Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on October 25, 1961 · Page 5
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'My tan, My Son iUTFORD - ON . AVON, and (NBA) — A 50 per certt p in the number of American irs here has plunged this rated birthplace,of William espeare into unrelievec E e are the big rubberneck full of visiting f Ir em en the States .which used lo Stratford's narrow .streets. _. le, too, are the' New York ire-vultures Wh6 thought no- of flying the Atlantic just e the Shakespeare Memorial Ure do "Othello." .... still, the. dollar bils — j», tiny green ambassadors of iwill — are missing. I Stratford merchants count r losses, they are blaming the Jin crisis for keeping Ameri- i away. Too many Berlin jllines, two many " photos of bed wire rolled up in front of j Brandenburg Gate — these J2 caused Americans to hug |r hearths, they claim. Iso, President Kennedy's |/e dolars" appeal is credited ji persuading many Americans itay home this year, lose who have ventured as afield as the Shakespeare itry are spending far less icy this year, according to s Eleanor House, reception retary of the English Speaking Jon at Harvard House, Strat- l-on-Avon. hey are buying fewer of those y jugs and plaster busts of kespeare which are Stratford's cialities. One Stratford shopper claims that, instead :of usual $1,500 worth of mail ers from America, she has re/ed only $210 worth of orders so this year. Iffective Sept. 9, the amount of ck-knacks which an American rist is allowed to bring home h him duty free was slashed m $500 to $100. This has knock- the bottom out of the souvenir de. jleretofore, the Americans have j;n the mainstay of Stratford's Akespeare industry. Every year i'\y have descended by the thou- iids upon this small Warwick- 'My Son, My Son' Drawing Will Be Displayed By UN UNITED NATIONS (NEA) Two men stood with heads bowed talking in hushed tones outside a locked office on the top floor of the United Nations Secretariat Bunche explained how he happened to request the drawing: "The moment we saw it (on the j page Telegram and Sun) we felt that the artist had captured some- Painter Picasso Observes 80th Birthday Today NEW YORK (UP!) - Painter, Pablo Picasso celebrates his &0th birthday today as rich as a Rockefeller, and probably, richer than j any arlist ever has been tn the' history of the world- j the bulk of Picasso's fortune, i according to his friends in the art' world, is not in securities or cash' although he is rich from the sale of his paintings alone. The pay load is his private collection of. 532 of his paintings, marty of them kept in a locked room, in his villa, "La Californie", near, Cannes on the French Rivera. No one knows the exact value of Picasso's hoard; which covers the entire range of the dozen periods into Which his output falls. Art connoisseur and critic Alfred Frankfurter" estimates that all the Picassos in existence are worth nbout $100 million. Only recently the state museum Mth VEAft THE PAMPA tJAlLY NfeWS , OCfOfifcK 2$, t&ftt s - Choose now from one of the largest and finest arrays of timely new fall merchandise we have ever assembled - Every item selected from our regular stock and offered at such low, low prices. itlUIiicui we. oc»nr it- \\ft-i niw i . , . of the New York .World- Baladms - the -highest milding. The office was that of the late 3ag Hammarskjold, the secretary general who died in a plane crash n Africa- The men were Dr- Ralph J. Bunche, undersecretary general, and John R. Fischetti, Newspaper " Enterprise Association editorial cartoonist. Bunche held in his hand the mounted original of Fischetti's now-famous pen and ink tribute to Hammarskjold "My Son, My Son." It will be framed and hung close by the late secretary general's suite. thing special. He had sensed the basic 'austerity — almost bleakness — of the secretary general's personality. His great simplicity was captured in the great simplicity of Mr- Fischetti's drawing-" • Dr. Bunche said, .. as a close personal friend as well as U.N. associate of the secretary general, that the cartobn made a profound impression on h i m. He said it would hang at the U.N. as an artist's fittingly-sensitive portrayal of the feeling that pervades the secretariat. ^ • i i r\ r Corregidor's Defense Not Possible In 1942, Magazine Writer Says tire town (pop., 14,983) for an j!;y of sightseeing. '. .. ,, iVith reverence they have paid :ir respects at the .halftimbered .>se in Henley street Where akespeare was bom and at his ave in the Holy Trinity Church, d then gone on to the Anne thaway cottage a mile away. They have fed the swans in the er Avon and attended stunning rformances of Shakespeare dra- at the Shakespeare Memorial leatre. And they have left ratford the richer by their dol- IJMore than any other the actor Uivid Garrick was responsible for j'Uting Stratford-on-Avon on the ijln 1769, Garrick organized a ;;ieat Shakespeare Jubilee Cele- i -ation at Stratford, with f i r e- arks, pealing bells and an ode hich he had composed especial- for the occasion. Since then ratford has never looked back. In the present dollar crisis the \ly thing .that consoles Stratford erclvants is the thought that ie 400th anniversary of Shakes- fare's birth is less than three jars off. They hope then to re- Hip all previous losses, as rep- bsentatives from all parts of the A'ilized world will be gathering ere to pay their homage to the ard. ' NEW YORK (UPI)—Gen. Douglas MacArthur believed Gen. Jonathan M. Wainwright must have been "temporarily unbalanced" when he ordered the surrender of his troops on Corregidor on May 6, 1942^ according to a magazine article- John Toland, writing in the cur- Padre Isle Gift To U.S. Opposed By Land Agency CORPUS CHRISTI (UPI)— State Land Commissioner Jerry Sadler claims that to let the national government have Padre Island for development as a na tional ent issue of Look magazine, said /lacArthur charged Wainwright vith mental incompetence after he late Corregidor hero acted in Stuttgart, Germany, paid $250,000 for a Picasso entitled "Les price ever paid for the work of a living painter. A pink period por- rait of two nudes will be auctioned at Parke-Bernct Galleries iere tonight and is expected to bring between $55,000 and $65,000. "The astounding thing is that such regal market prices should have been attained by an artist while still in high production, thus adding constantly to his,available work," said Frankfurter. He pointed out that flooding the market with new works usually keeps the value of an artist's paintings down. The world/need-no longer guess at the treasures packed into Picasso's storeroom- He permitted David Douglas, Duncan, a photographer and foreign correspondent, to photograph them in color for a book that is being published by Harper & Brothers today entitled "Picasso's Picassos-" Frankfurter credits the finality with which Picasso has closed each of his periods for the ever- increasing value of his paintings. When he was finished with the blue period, the classical period, or the bone period, he never repeated these styles. Thus, each | period is available to collectors ! Atomic Northeast jNEW YORK (UPI) — The ortheastern region of the coun- i-y __ New York, New Jersey, •emisylvania and all of New Eng- and — accounted for about one- jiird of the businesses and 17 per tent of the employment in t h e Itomic energy field in 1960, ac- lording to the Bureau of Statistics, Labor seashore area is anothe step in "shabby treatment" o Texas schoolchildren, who benefi from mineral revenue from state owned lands. "Ninety, years of such conces sions of school lands have reduced the public school heritage to one-fiftieth its former surface area and one-fifteenth of the mineral estate it should have held," Sadler recently told the South Texas Chamber of Commerce. He said proposed national leg-' islation for a national Padre Island seashore "is not acceptable on mineral definition alone," Sadler contended the proposed bill requires nothing of the federal government "except acceptance of 200,000 acres of valuable state school lands at a measly dollar an acre." "I am willing to do anything for the future of Padre — except j give away the property rights I have sworn to safeguard," Sadler concluded. .gainst cabled orders forbidding urrender of the Philippine command 'under ar>v circumstances | ind conditions-" MacArthur issued hjs order rom Australia where he arrived ate in March 194?. after his escape from the Philippines, The orders told Wainwright to "pro- jare and execute an attack upon ;he enemy." The Corregidor garrison was starving, exhausted and disease- ridden at the time, Toland said, and MacArthur's orders could not be carried out. • A spokesman for' MacArthur said the general had not seen the article. "And I frankly doubt that he will want to make any comment only in limited editions. on it when he has read it," he said. Toland said that when MacArthur read a summary of Wainwright's surrender broadcast the general said, "t believe Wainwright has become temporarily unbalanced and his condition renders him susceptible to enemy use." 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