Science: Visiting Eminence

Last week, Albert Einstein stepped ashore at San Pedro, Calif.; Auguste Piccard stepped ashore at Manhattan. While Professor Piccard allowed his twin brother to talk about left-handed twins (see p. 23), the balance of scientific attention tilted to Professor Einstein. For an hour before debarking he had been scowling through field glasses at U. S. warships in San Pedro Harbor. They annoyed him, made him exclaim: "More than ever before, I wish on this visit to promote international goodwill." German-American inter-relations is the subject of an international radio broadcast which he will make...

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