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The Michigan Daily-Thursday, May 10, 1979-Page 5
Gold's remains discovered near Briarwood

(Continued from Page1)
were therefore unable to see Gold's
body.
IMMEDIATELY after Gold's disap-
pearance last summer, a nationwide
search for their daughter was laun-
ched, and her parents posted pictures of
the 20-year-old woman throughout the
Ann Arbor area. They also consulted a,
psychic and issued public appeals for
their daughter's safe return.
But AAPD Detective Charles
Ferguson, who worked on the Gold case
since the disappearance last June,
found no solid leads to Gold's

whereabouts.
"We haven't had any substantive
leads in a long time," said Hawkins.
The most recent lead was received last
March when a female body, suspected
to be Gold's, was discovered in Nevada.
"OF COURSE there was hope," said
a close friend of the Gold family. "As
long as there's no word, there's hope."
She said Gold's parents were not
prepared for Tuesday's discovery.
"You're never prepared in life for
something like this," she said.

Prof. to address Italian audience

Leroy Townsend, professor of
medicinal chemistry in the University
College of Pharmacy, has been selected
to address NATO's Advanced Study In-
stitute on May 7-18, in Sogesta, Italy.
Townsend, who also holds a
professorial appointment in the
University's department of chemistry
and serves as chairman of the Univer-
sity's interdepartmental graduate
program in medicinal chemistry, is an
internationally known expert in the
structure, synthesis, and chemical
reaction of nucleosides, useful in
developing antiviral and anticancer
drugs.
Designed to promote international
cooperation among scientists in in-
dustrial laboratories and university
research centers, the NATO Advanced
Study Institute will bring phar-
maceutical industry research
executives, scientific research
scholars, and university faculty
together from around the world.
Townsend will lecture and lead study
groups to foster collaborative research
projects among international scien-
tists.
Prior to joining the University in
January, Townsend was professor of
medicinal chemistry in the department
of biopharmaceutical sciences at the
University of Utah. An active con-
sultant to the pharmaceutical industry
and government, Townsend has
authored more than 160 research
publications, five patents, and con-

tributed to more than 20 books.
w John Drach, associate professor of
medicinal chemistry and dentistry at
the University, and Dean Wise,
assistant research scientist in the
College of Pharmacy, also will be par-
ticipating in the international sym-
posium by presenting original research
from their laboratories.
Grad recei-es fellowship
Leora Auslander of Newton, Mass.,
who is expected to be graduated from
the University this spring, has won a
Danforth Graduate Fellowship for ad-
vanced study for the Ph.D. degree, ac-
cording to an announcement from the
Danforth Foundation of St. Louis, Mo.
Auslander of 16 Everett St., Newton,
is to receivt, a bachelor of arts degree.
She has majored in history and
medievaglstudies at the University.
THE DANFORTH Fellowship
provides a tuition and fees award plus
an annual stipend for up to four years of
study in preparation for a career of
college teaching.

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