Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 17, 1967 · Page 20
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 20

Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, May 17, 1967
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20 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1967 FAKE MASTERPIECES Youiig Briton Charged With I Art Swindle * NEW YORK (UPI)-With no ~torm*l art education, a little r-fitrve and a tot of canvas and sjaint, David Stein made a name ~fcr himself in Paris, Palm : Beach and Park Avenue. ^But today the 31-year-old 'iBritish-born art dealer sits in city prison, accused of swindling experts out of a small fortune for his self-executed paintings peddled as Picassos, Chagalls and Matisses. ''Faux," said Picasso. "Forgeries," said Chagall. "Fraud," said the daughter of the late Henri Matisse. - So late Tuesday, the suave young man was charged with 97 counts of counterfeiting and fraud. According to the indictment, he sold 41 of his '.imasterpieces" to several lead: ing Manhattan art dealers, one ; of the nation's most prominent ; art patrons and a department -Store chain. D.C., »nd the E.J. Korvette department store chain. Manhattan Assistant Dist. Atty. Joseph Stone said Stein operated out of the Trianon Gallery of New York and Palm Beach, Fla. When police raided the gallery here last September, Stein ducked out a back entrance and dropped out of sight until his arrest in Los Angeles last January- Since then, he has been lodged in the city prison here. The prosecutor said all of Stein's fakes were . of his creation, most of them done in gouache, a medium composed of water colors and opaque pigments, although the Picasso fakes included an oil, a drawing and several watercolors. The charges include not only signing the artists nan;*s to the paintings, but signing the names of experts and gallery owners to certificates ot authenticity, in addition to misrepresenting the Show Schedule APACHE DRIVE-IN "Glass Bottom Boat" «:30: th« WorW Under th* S»«" · IBiSI ant from !h« Unknown 7 ' - 12:57; of Nofse" - 2:1*. CAT AUK A " Th * Bl CAC-ftll' DRIVE-IN "Africa Add'o" - «:30, 12:S7; of Truth' - 10:57. - · FOX-BUINA VISTA "A Man (or AH Season" · 2:30. 7:15. 5:30. FOX-TUCSON "Blow-Up" - 1:M. S:1S, »:30) "Dar- llna" · 3:15, 7-20 11:30 (First hilt all "Momtnt L O r f "Frustrations" -- 7:30, 5:15. MIDWAY DRIVE-IN - · - " H;37. 12:57; "Any "Cailno Roya e Wadnesday" - 11 tl/ MIHACLI DRIVE-IN "EndKst Summer" · 1:50; 10:45. ·'La Pill Dcsnuda" · :», »:55; L«ona" · 1:02. PR;NCS D..IVE-IN "Welcome to Hard Times" - 8:30, 12:15; "gxtor You'Vt Got to b« Kld- DRIVE-IN BuMwhlp . Grlflln" . - "Morgan 1 "La "Adventures 1:30; "The Fi of htin ighting Prince of Flipped In South Side Accident Five persons were injured when these two vehicles collided and rolled over at Alvord Road and Randall Blvd. yesterday. Police said the panel truck (left), driven south on Randall by Carl A. Lanz, 58, of 1630 E. Bilby Road, collided with the eastbound pickup driven east on Alvord by Ray Joseph Lickiter, 16, of 3624 Frankfort Stravenue. Lickiter and three young children in his pickup were injured, none seriously. A passenger in Lanz's vehicle, Melvin Overholt, 24, was listed in satisfactory, condition at Davis-Monthan Base Hospital today with head injuries. Lickiter was cited for speeding and Lanz for failure to yield right of way. (Citizen Photo by Bruce Hopkins). "Hombra efi'os" - 11:05. «:4S 11:S7. "Rio Con- Address Corrected Robert Lee Reed, sentenced in Superior Court this week to one-year in the county jail for accessory to grand theft,, resides at 2102 San Jose Drive. His address was incorrectly reported in the Citizen as 1202 San Jose Drive. *. Stein was remanded to jail in ;,fieu of $7,500 by State Supreme ^Court Justice George Carney -for a hearing next Tuesday. I *ln all, Stein is accused of ;ji4ving defrauded 12 galleries collectors in New York and - Palm Beach of $165,800. The list |..of victims included _ Victor J. tHammer, director of the well- Hammer Gallery of New .-York, private collector Edgar : 'W. Garbisch, a donor to the National Gallery in Washington, Firm Flies 'E'Flag Monday paintings in the course of selling them. The son of a British doctor, Stein attended Westminster University and took hi? bachelor's depree in literature at the Sorbonne in Paris. Stone said the young man had no training in art but was surprised" at being able to seli his own copy of a Picasso to a Paris gallery for $2,500 in 1961. ,000 Training Grant Announced A $5,000 grant to be used later this month in patient rehabilitation training for members of the St. Mary's Hospital staff was announced today. *; Tucson will be the site of a kind of flag-raising 'Monday noon -- the hoisting oi " the President's "E" for Export Research Ailing Camera To Return Home GLENDALE, Calif. (UPI) -Primo Camera, the former leavyweight boxing champion who lost-one fortune only to regain it as a professional wres- ;ler, is seriously ill and is ex- iected to return this month to his native Italy. Camera's wife, Pina, would not disclose the nature of her 60-year-old husband's ailment Pacifist Sails For Japan HONG KO?i" (UPI)--American pacifist Earle Reynolds sailed toward Japan today in he ketch Phoenix, which he ook to the North Vietnamese port of Haiphong with a cargo )f medical supplies in March. Reynolds, 56, formerly of Yellow Springs, Ohio* returned from North Vietnam to Hong Kong several weeks ago. He had planned to return to Japan in the Phoenix three days ago but bad weather postponed his leaving until Tuesday. xat the Burr-Brown ;,' Corp. plant. '; Lawrence McQuade, U. S. as;- sistant secretary of commerce, Iwfll be a featured speaker at "the 11 a.m. flagpole ceremony. -That evening he'll speak before . an Arizona World Trade Asso; ciatton banquet in Phoenix to honor Burr-Brown. ',' ;The symbolic "E" pennant r ^as awarded the Tucson firm . for outstanding promotion of -foreign trade. ;'B u r r-Brown began foreign ;s'ales less than two years ago "-- and today exports make up "more than one-fourth of its vol- " um * 'McQuade, a graduate of Tuc-.son High School whose family 'still lives in Tucson, will dis cuss the economic possibilities .for southern Arizona firms who : explore world markets. Also present will be the U. S "Department of Commerce regional director, Don Fry o :Phoenix; Tucson Mayor Lew Davis and other dignitaries T. R. Brown, chief executive o Burr-Brown, will speak briefly at. the pennant-raising ceremo- ; nies. ; - The Tucson Chamber of Com; merce will sponsor a luncheon : 'in La Granada Restaurant at i the Tucson International Air- 1" port following the flag-raising. [.HcQuade and Brown also will £peak at this event. r*-A number of statewide digni- ) taries will be present that eve- · ning at the Phoenix dinner of '. the AV7TA. Howard Pepper, ex; port manager for Burr-Brown, · is vice president of the state '. organization. . MEXICAMFOOD · Ita Yaur Uting, Strved from 11:30 AM to 112 Mid nig hi -Sun. 3:30 to 12 Midnight 1 Wines and e«rj ELTMEIOKSTAMAHT (Vt »lOCICW.OF4Trl AVE.) ClOMD TUESDAYS but said he almost died tw months ago. The gentle "Ambling Alp," who stood 6-feet-6 and weighted 270 pounds during his ring days, has lost 40 pounds and now walks with a cane. The grant, funded jointly by the Department of Health, Education and Welfare and St. Mary's will provide additional training in ..order to achieve the highest level of patient rehabilitation.'. Program planning and training sites will be selected by the St. Mary's rehabilitation committee with emphasis placed on rehabilitation of patients with heart, cancer, stroke and pulmonary diseases. Hospitals and institutions which staff members will attend as part of the program include Baylor University College of Medicine, Texas University stitute at Texas Texas Institute of College of Nursing,' M.D. Anderson Hospital and -Tumor In- University, Rehabilitation and Research, Texas Children's Hospital, Methodist.-Hospital and the University of Minnesota Rehabilitation Center. Physicians, participating in the training programs are" David M. Ben-Asher, Thomas M. F o r e m a n , Morton Arnoff, Jaime Vargas and Donald D. Ewing. Registered nurses .participating are Sister M. 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