Science: Dr. Einstein to New Jersey

"Nice people, those Americans," commented Dr. Albert Einstein when he landed in Rotterdam last spring after three months at California Institute of Technology. Last week he let it be known that he was going to spend five months each year with those "nice people," probably as long as he lives.

He will lecture on theoretical physics at the $5,000,000 Institute for Advanced Study, which Dr. Abraham Flexner is creating in New Jersey. Money providers were Mrs. Felix Fuld and her brother, Louis Bamberger, retired owner of Newark's great Bamberger Store which he sold...

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