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American WinNohelPrize STOCKHOLM, Oct. 23. _ ^ Czech-American chemist and ^jS wife, from St. Louis, Mo., and i Buenos Aires doctor will share the 1947 Nobel prize for medicine, the Karolinska institute (Stock holm faculty of medicine) an nounced today. Winners of the prize of 176,115 ,Towns ($48,921) are Dr. Carl F. TODAY & SATURDAY SAY FOLKS! Look What’s Cookin’ « COLOR CARTOONS / Including Tom & Jerry Cartoon Popeye Cartoon Little Lulu Cartoon A Noveltoon A Terrytoon Donald Duck Cartoon Hugs Bunny Cartoon __Also Edgar Kennedy Comedy ■HOST TO A GHOST” Stooge Comedy “THREE TROUBLEDOERS” _-Plus Chapter No. 8 Of “JACK ARMSTRONG” T.ATEST NEWS EVENTS Regular OtC Plus Prices &*) Tax MIDNIGHT SHOW] Sunday Night 11:30 P. N. IN PERSON TEX HITTER And His Hollywood HILLBILLY SHOW Direct From Hollywood! Con and Gerty Cori of Wash ington university, St. Louis, and Dr. B. A. Houssay, chief of the Institute de Biologia y Medicina experimental in Buenos Aires. This marks the third time a No bel prize has been awarded to a married couple engaged in scien tific work. Pierre and Marie Curie shared the physics prize with Henri Antoine Becquerel in 1903 for their researches in radio ac tivity. In 1935 the chemistry prize went to Frederick Joliot and *»l— • ~l* li ■ —- ■ ■ ' ' A STORY AS WILD AS THE MEN WHO FOUGHT FOR HER! GREER GARSON "DESIRE ME” With ROBERT MITCHUUM RICHARD HART Extra MICKEY MOUSE Cartoon And N«ws! Shows: 1:00-3:00-4:55 6:55-8:55 ...===L* RAW! ROUGP! RUTHLESS! "BRUTE FORCE" With BURT LANCASTER YVONNE DECARLO Snows: 1:10-3:05-5:05 7:00-9:00 I^^TwIat 36c—Night 48? j WILMINGTON’S FAMILY THEATRE! aii one pius Day Tax First Showing In Wilmington! I BULLET STREAKED ACTION! "THUNDER MOUNTAIN" With Martha HYER —EXTRA ADDED— Another Thrilling CHAPTER OF “DAUGHTER OF DON Q” TO DELIGHT ALL WILMINGTON! • LIFE WITH FATHER” had the longest stage run ever known! . . . Now the picture out-happies the play! . . . 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Committee heads chose mem bers to work with the various Boy Scout committees, upon the acceptance they became mem bers of the Pender district com mittee for 1948. Only two organizations re main to be completely staffed. They are the appointment of members of the advancement committee, by chairman John Wells, and the appointment of the health and safety committee members by Dr . W. I. Taylor, chairman. R. R. Riche, district commis sioner, will select a commission er staff of neighborhood com missioners. The organization will' be completed at the third meeting of the District Committee which is scheduled to meet Nov. 12 and the operating committees will plan their program of action and set up objectives for 1948, J. D. Thompson, chairman ot the organization and extension operating committee,, chose the following men to serve on his committee during 1948: C. R. Dilliard, Willard; B. J. Brady, Long Creek; Beverly Paul, in tersection of Clinton and Rocky Point roads. Other committees with select ed members are: leadership training operating committee, Chairman Sydney A. Lanier, James Saunders, Burgaw; Dud ley Robbins, Burgaw; James Wooten, Maple Hill. France operating committee, Chairman Reece Lefler, the Rev. Cameron D. Moeser, Atkinson; E. C. Highsmith, Rocky Point. Camping and activities com mittee,. Chairman Leon Corbett, Frederick Coville, Atkinson; John R. Armstrong, Rocky Point; P. N. Thigpen, Burgaw. FARMER SHOT WASHINGTON, N. C., Oct. 23. — (.¥) —Thomas Hill, 45-year-old farmer of the Gilead community of Beaufort county, was shot and killed today while watching a deer hunt near his home. Cor oner Bonner Paul declared the shooting accidental. Irene Joliot, a daughter of the Curies. The Coris received the award for their discovery of a chemi cal compound, present in human bodies, that manufactures the blood sugar known as glycogen. This compound is an enzyme (bio logical catalyst or accelerator) called phosphorylase which con verts animal starches into glyco gen. The Coris were born in Prague, Czechoslovakia, in 1896 and re ceived their medical degrees from the university in that city. They were married in 1920 and moved to the United States in 1922. In 1928 they became American citi zens. They were connected with the University of Buffalo before transferring to Washington Uni versity in 1931. They have never practiced medicine but have con fined themselves to bio-chemical research. Dr. Houssay, 60, is a specialist in diabetes and also is known for his research on snake and spider bites. He proved that the front portion of the pituitary gland, at the base of the brain, in some way controls diabetes. He estab lished this fact by removing that portion of the gland from a dog, which stopped diabetes previous ly induced by removing the pan creatic glands. The Buenos Aires doctor is an Argentine but a descendant of an old French family. He is an hon orary doctor of Paris, Harvard, and Oxford universities and an honorary professor in about 40 other institutions. He has three doctor sons. All three recipients of the prize plan to go to Stockholm for the formal presentation in December. Dr. Houssay will be accompanied by his wife, a chemist, who has aided her husband in his re searches. Smuggled Pearls! Stolen Lips! STARTS SUNDAY! — BAILEY '§ TAR GAZER* - ARIES ^ Mar. 22 ■ Apr. 20 4- 6-19-36 48-68 TAURUS | Apr. 21 ■ May 21 j 20-21-31-43 S1-6I .GEMINI | May 22 June 22 11-13-25-37 -46-58-69 ■ « CANCER ^ June 23 July 23 7-12-24-34 45-57-78 LEO Ii. July 24 tf Auy.23 2-32-44-63 65-72 « VIRGO 111 Aug. 24 M Sept. 22 1-T6-29-40 .50-62-76 -By CLAY R. 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