The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on September 3, 1985 · 34
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The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts · 34

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Tuesday, September 3, 1985
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- 34 THE BOSTON GLOBE TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1985 .7 TRAVEL C-45'.i L a Connecticut hopeful on hazardous waste HARTFORD - A new state report paints a more cheerful picture than before as to the future for hazardous waste disposal in Connecticut. The Connecticut Hazardous Waste Management Service has released a 62-page draft report indicating that Connecticut produces less hazardous waste than was previously thought. The report also says the vast majority of that waste can be managed in-state without building new facilities. (UPI) BZOriEY Arraignment set after N.H. shooting ALTON. N.H. - Police charged a man with first-degree assault in the shooting of Thomas Woodbury, who underwent surgery yesterday, police said. Woodbury, 26, was shot twice in the alleged attempted theft of a motorcycle owned by Mark Dodge, 29. Dodge was charged with assault. He was released after posting $5,000 bail and Is to be arraigned Sept. 24 in Laconia District Court. Woodbury, shot in the leg and shoulder, was listed In stable condition. (AP) SIX DIE IN KANSAS CITY FIRE CRUISE SPECIALS EHNTJD1 CBDI8E itodmm $695 KEDirnurxEix nums IncJ. Air $1395 HAWAII Nov. 2 SAVE MOO FT. LADS EBD ALE FBOUC 7 Day Funthlp CralM $599 CALL FOR GUARANTEED GROUP DISCOUNTS CALL FOR LAST MINUTE CRUISE SPECIALS l WEEK. JET. HOTEL. TRANSFERS lC3rf-!323ra:. k Kbit. I . fM M. tiil WAJLT DOT IT WOIU TIUXCX. TOOt Mmiy racatloni a Lain Buema Vletai Call lot into. Ratal inchidi kn It 1c f if 0 -Mr MY virtlnsiaa 272-2SOO it)e 69-100 OMIION.W. MUrT 07200 fwiwert . .7M440O ! ...... U7-7M0 KaMttM.NH 8814700 Murttwro 404400 MaiMMtKr.lM . .6217200 OHtN MON.4AT. Acton 263-9SOO CnbfW S8-200 Mw1anllk M4-M0Q Oulney ....... .4T1-4W0 tm ......... 741-1414 Crmton, ...... 43.4S 08T0N , OPtM M0N.4AT. OawCmtw 742-B500 OPEN HO -fRI. 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Please bring two No. 2 pencils with you to the Workshop, ANNOUNCEMENT WITH SIGN-UP DATES MAILED TO YOUR HOME. Seating is limited; pre-registration by phone is advised. Otherwise, you may register by arriving thirty minutes early. Tuition is payable at the door by cash, check, money order, MasterCard, VISA or American Express. CHOOSE 1 OF 12 WORKSHOPS FRI., September 6th 12:30 pm-5 pm; 6 pm-10:30 pm QUALITY INN HERITAGE CHELMSFORD 10 Independence Dr. (Located at 1-495 & Rt. 110 at Exit 34) SAT., September 7th 8:30 am-1 pm; 2 pm-6:30 pm HAWTHORNE INN - SALEM 18 Washington Square W (Located on Rt. 1A, one block from Pickering Wharf) SUN., September 8th 8:30 am-1 pm; 2 pm-6:30 pm RAMADA HOTEL WOBURN 15 Middlesex Canal Park Rd. 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NH 03104 Charge Card orders will be shipped within 46 hours by phorano toll-free 1-800-233-2545. Ext 3963-A (Add Sfi tor Federal Express guaranteed 1-2 day delivery.) The Achievement Center, Inc. is a non-profit educational corporation dedicated to achievement through preparation Not affiliated with the U S. Postal Service. Copyright ?1964 Achievement Center FIRST LADY IN FASHION now open at Copley Place American and European couture. A complete Valentino boutique, designer furs, extraordinary accessories, a shoe salon, incomparable personal service. The Fall Collection of Richilene will be shown at Sara Fredericks new salon on Wednesday, Sept. 4th Thursday, Sept. 5th Friday, Sept. 6th w 2 Si 1 NEWSPAPER IN THE CLASSROOM 3S5rEute SOCCER CLINICS PRE-SEASON SKI SHOWS ON-THE-SNOW SKI CLINICS HORN BOOK AWARDS 1 at vuiir servie What Is a newspaper? n newspaper is many tmngs to many people. To some it's news headlines ... to some it's sports pages ... to some it's the comics ... it s a daily companion . , . advisor , . . friend in time of need. A newspaper Is many different things. A newspaper is news , . . opinions . , . sports . : . comics . . .compan-l0n nVifo or ' " ' ,riend and more! A 9od newspaper is all that . . . PLUS . . . being an active and involved leader in its community. The Boston Globe is such a newspaper. The Globe is heavily involved with the community. It is actively engaged in conducting programs for which it, as a newspaper is uniquely suited. Many of The Globe's Public Affairs programs are directed at younq people because they are the members of the community who will be the academic, cultural, political and social leaders of tomorrow in New England and the world. "08'0n Globe, as a responsible corporate citizen is proud and happy to originate, sponsor and support these Public Affair programs in the hope that they will serve to improve the quality of life among all New Englanders. Cihe Boston Mobc ilf V ' dmjon''barrv n ason TRUrnico thf boston globe SPEAKERS BUREAU SPORTS CLINICS CrBCHNPIONFSGOLF MASSACHUSETTS HIGH SCHOOL DRAMA FESTIVAL PLANT TOURS BOSTON GLOBE BOOK FESTIVAL BOSTON GLOBE JAZZ FESTIVAL CY0 YOUTH GOLF TOURNAMENT SCHOLASTICART AWARDS MASSACHUSETTS STATE SCIENCE FAIR LAURENCE L. WINSHIP BOOK AWARDS pos'ive community t force. Besides intormm be Sara9ndea deader in .he . Sra?tcSa1intUs at heart. WAr..tVourServlc. BOSTON 02107 617-929-2637 '-"-if- ;,?, I I ' . i. ... , t "" - 1 ,'.W. ? ' A J 1 1 t ' t, ; J, I . ' I I Residents of three-story apartment house in northeast Kansas City wait outside building for permission to return to their apartments after a three-alarm fire early yesterday that killed six people and injured six others. A fire department official said investigators "have determined that the fire was deliberately set." Bodies of four men and two women were found on top floor of building. UPI PHOTO Expenses eat up proceeds of dinner to aid Nicaraguans Associated Press WASHINGTON - Nicaraguan refugees got only a tiny fraction of the $219,525 taken in on their be-half at an April fund-raising dinner that featured a speech by President Reagan, an internal audit Indicates. Consultants received more than half the money. The Nicaraguan Refugee Fund, which received direct White House help In arranging the April 15 event, said costs totaled $218,376, including $116,938 in consulting fees and $71 , 163 to feed the nearly 700 people at the $250- to $500-a-plate dinner. From the dinner and other revenues, the fund spent $3,000 to ship relief supplies to refugees in Central America. The audit follows an earlier disclosure that the refugee fund was started a year ago with the secret involvement of the Nicaraguan Democratic Force, or FDN, the largest US-backed rebel army fighting to overthrow Nicaragua's leftist government. But fund officials say no money has gone to the rebels. According to the fund's internal audit, the dinner's consultant costs included $13,000 for "fund-raising," $9,688 for "publicity," $61,250 for "consultant termination fees" and $33,000 for "consultant fees." Michael Schoor, a fund attorney, said the chief reason the dinner did not raise significant amounts for the refugees was the failure of many people to live up to their donation commitments. "If the outstanding pledges came in, it would be a marvelous success," Schoor said. He estimated that the outstanding pledges total about $80,000. Joseph Luman, the fund's general counsel, said, "We're disappointed in the numbers" in the draft audit, which was made available to the Associated Press. He refused to provide additional details about the consultant payments or other fund expenses. Others involved with the dinner said the largest consultant payment - $50,000 - went to Miner & Fraser Public Affairs Inc. for organizing the fund and helping arrange the dinner. The costs included $13,000 for 'fund-raising,' $9,688 for 'publicity,' $61,250 for 'consultant termination fees' and $33,000 for 'consultant fees.' The Associated Press reported in June that sources said the refugee fund was started a year ago through a secret agreement between Miner 6k Fraser and the Nicaraguan Development Council, the FDN's Washington-based corporate arm. In addressing the Nicaraguan Refugee Fund dinner in April, Reagan denounced Nicaragua's six-year-old government as "a communist dictatorship" that drove more than 250,000 Nicaraguans out of the country. He praised those at the dinner for helping the refugees. "While the world was turning away, you were helping," Reagan said. "People like you are America at its best." According to the audit, the refugee fund spent $3,000 to ship food and clothing, previously collected in Miami, to Nicaraguan refugees in Costa Rica. The audit showed an additional $3,187 going to pay for the travel of fund officials to Central America to oversee transfer of the supplies to two Costa Rican groups. The audit also shows that a separate account maintained by the fund put $10,000 toward $51,271 in medical care given to a wounded Nicaraguan girl, Maritia Herrara, after she was brought to Washington to appear at the dinner. Fund officials have said they intend to organize future fund-raising appeals around the girl. Overall, the audit shows the fund to be $91,308 in debt for the ' first six months of this year, including $30,000 in unpaid legal fees and the balance of Miritia ' Herrara's hospital bill. HOOD LOCK & IGNITION KILL 3 YEAR WARRANTY ONE HOUR INSTALLATION NEW 20 COMR INS. 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