Clipped From The Emporia Gazette
Etnporla, Kama», Saturday, Nov*>jnl»er 19, 1958 MOT»-O«-*««»<t' about publicity. it, he had been once, even of that super- Bernays. reported permit young office to or finger-nail to the editor. instead of reprimanding published a the subject of secretaries. all about himself, ». large assortment newspapers The bills hundred dollars a his legal advisers that he had no Housing act to all. too much for returned to the committee. could be overlooked his objective. other day he issued on the estimated new housing discovered that higher than under PWA. Furthermore, figures were mere PWA figures cost of construction 15 to 25 per estimates. to cut his costs is eliminating which PWA away from the structures bull to believe. Bu experts under it Is even worse Mars Trip Would Take 1,000 Years N«w York W>—In 60 year» since the so-called "canals" veré discovered discovered on Mars, science has not been able to rule out absolutely the poss- blllty of living beings on the red lanet, '• • . ... Two kinds of ~belngs 'are still wssible there. One la the "like as we know it" ort, meaning oxygen breathers like men. 'Astronomers have definitely itablished that Mars has only bout one-thousandth the oxygen n its air that is present on earth. Jo human could live there without n oxygen helmet. MARS SHY ON OXYGEN, But, .as pointed out by Dr. Henry Morris Russell oí Princeton unl- ersity, one ol the world's-great astronomers, persons of Mars, of 10 greater Intelligence than man, ould have learned to extract oxy;en oxy;en to use for breathing purposes; i lung time ago Mars is presumed o have had more abundant oxy- en, , . The other sort of person on Mars would be "anerobic," that is, not needing oxygen. Among bacteria and a few other low forms of life on earth, there' are "anerobes. 1 They live without oxygen. evolution is plausible, llfe ; develop on Mars with little need " if might "or oxygen. Mars' temperature, around the equator, in summer Is about 50' degrees degrees Fahrenheit- This has been acurately measured by astronomers Clouds have been seen in telescopes. They seem to stand about 15 miles STIR OVER CHERRY TREE "THREAT" — While Washlneton club — ' above the surfaces They may be huge dust storms. A few "canals" are two thousand miles or more long, almost straight lines. They stretch, across the^planet's the^planet's face at odd angles. Short'feed- crs, like telephone cross-trees, enter enter them at some places. LOOKS LIKE VEGETATION. women and civic leaders were working themselves up to a lather over what they feared would be destruction of the city's famous Japanese cherry trees to make way for thtf proposed Jefferson memorial, President President Roosevelt said not only would the 88 trees marked for removal be replaced but 912 others would be planted. This group, In which C, Austin Thomas of Georgeto' n civic group Is .the lone man, took automobile automobile tire chains to display how they intended to sav» the tree» from destruction.