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2The Daily Tar HeelWednesday. October 15, 1980
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STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP) The
1980 Nobel prizes in physics ' and
chemistry were awarded Tuesday to four
Americans and a Briton for discoveries
that may shed light on the universe of
the dim past and could open the door to
medical cures of tomorrow.
The choices continued American
dominance of the Nobel science prizes of
recent - years. The British chemistry
laureate, Frederick Sanger, is the second
person to be twice awarded a Nobel
Prize in the same category.
Sharing the chemistry prize with
Sanger were Paul Berg of Stanford
University, who is regarded as the
"father of genetic engineering," and
Walter Gilbert of Harvard University.
The three researchers were honored
for their discoveries in the chemical
structure of genetic material, the master
blueprints for life and findings that
could help develop cures for inherited
Berg will receive half the $212,000
prize, and Gilbert and Sanger will share
the other half.
The physics prize was shared by James
Cronin of the University of Chicago and
Val L. Fitch of Princeton. They headed'
a research team that discovered ah
aberration in natural laws that some
scientists believe could reinforce' the
disputed big-bang theory of the origin of
Seven of the nine Nobel prizes
awarded thus far for 1980 have gone to
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When The Oaks was proposed a
decade ago, town planner considered the
entire East Chapel Hill area from
Ephesus Church Road to N.C. 54,
Nassif said. "We designated some areas
for single-family housing, some near the
country club for condominiums and
areas on fringe for apartments," he said.
"It's very clear that our intent then was
to regulate use, and I think the town can
still regulate use..'
"We're saying in our land-use plan
that we want a mix of housing. Eut with
no apartment starts here since 1974, this
is not the way to do it to eliminate
existing rental housing that's serving a
desperate need." '
Neither Brant Homes representative
Jerry B. Hyman nor his attorney
William H. Bayliss could be reached for
comment Tuesday on their lawsuit
. before Orange County Superior Court
challenging the town's authority to
demand a permit modification for the
In other action, the council agreed to
. accept written recommendations from
- the Chapel Hill Flying Club and
Carolina Flying Services, two
organizations that train pilots at Horace
"Williams Airport, on' the proposed
;; rezoning that threatens to eliminate all
flight instruction at the University
owned airport. The council should vote
on the rezoning at it's Nov.
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eligibility for grants, allowing a student
to receive aid for as long as it takes to
complete an undergraduate degree.
Opportunity Grants: Given in addition
to other awards, these grants are
distributed by individual colleges. UNC
gives awards to 754 students from a
$528,000 federal appropriation. The bill
raises the maximun award from $1,500
to $2,000, while eliminating the present
cumulative limit of $4,000 and the four
year limit on eligibility for grants.
College Work-Study: more than
1,000 UNC students help pay for college
costs throug various jobs. The bill
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authorizes $670 million in fiscal 1981,
..increasing to $830 million by 1985.
Guaranteed Student Loans: The bill
extends authorization for federally
guaranteed student loans, raising the
interest rate from 7 percent to 9 percent
for new borrowers. .
National Direct Student Loans:
Congress authorized $400 million in
fiscal 1981, increasing to $625 million by
1985, for campus-administered loans to
needy students. The interest rate also
' was raised from 3 percent to 4 percent.
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"They (the city) need to talk a hotel
chain into building a hotel downtown,"
she said. The theater ' needs a nightly
audience to operate.
Today the Carolina Theatre is worth
$1.5 billion, and it costs about $3,400 a
week to keep it running, Dent said.
"But people come from all over.
We're the only foreign film theater
around," she said.
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Following a four month undercover investigation, Durham law
enforcement officers on Tuesday began a roundup of 35 people on 142
Lt. Cleo Warren, commander of the Durham Public Safety Department's
vice squad said the estimated value of the drugs seized during the roundup
was close to $60,000.
The investigation was a team effort involving the vice squad, State Bureau
of Investigation officials, Alcoholic Beverage Control agents and officials
from the federal Drug Enforcement Administration.
The 142 charges included the sale of heroin, LSD, cocaine, MDA,
methamphetamine and marijuana. Warren said bonds for the people arrested
averaged $10,000 to $20,000. Several people were released on bond.
The arrests came several weeks after several other drug busts in the
Triangle area. On Oct. 7 a similar undercover operation culminated in
Raleigh with the arrest of 32 people, and on Sept. 24 in Chapel Hill 16
people, including seven UNC students, were arrested on a total of 56 drug
League to review Anderoon'o otatus .
A campaign debate between President Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan
became a live possibility again Tuesday when the League of Women Voters
decided to review John B. Anderson's status as a real contender for the
"We are going to look at the polls this week," League President Ruth J.
Hinerfeld told reporters. "If (Anderson) is not significant, he obviously
would not be invited to the next debate."
Anderson, the independent candidate whose standing in the polls has been
declining, said in Chicago his support still is strong enough to make him a
credible national candidate.
Exclusion, he added, would be very harmful to his quest.
Political candidate killed in Jamacia
KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) A leading government candidate for
parliament in the Oct. 30 elections was shot to death in a politically motivated
gunfight, police and party officials said Tuesday.
The governing Peoples National Party and the opposition Jamacia Labor
Party issued statements blaming each other for the killing of Roy McGann,
parliamentary secretary in the Ministry of National Security.
McGann died in the early hours Tuesday of wounds suffered in an
exchange of gunfire between his police bodyguard and police security forces
manning a road blockade with Labor Party supporters, police sources and
party officials said.
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