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Contents 2 Heritage Fund 2 Spring Events: Marriott Gala and Churchill Polo 3 “Karsh III” 3 Local News 6 Offices and Board 9 Churchill Travel: Morocco and the Mediterranean aboard Christina 13 International Conference XVI: San Francisco 15 Education: San Diego and Pittsburgh Seminars 18 Miscellany 19 Local Contacts 20 Calendar
HIS SURPLUS—FOURS > Baggy plus-fours were popular with men on 27 March 1928, when the Daily Mail ran this cartoon by “Poy,” featuring Churchill, then Chancellor of the Exchequer in Stanley Baldwin’s government. Britai was experiencing deflation and growing unemployment, but the Chancellor had declared a surplus. The cartoon is not unremindful of certain situations in certain countries eighty years later, where government seems to be the only entity engaged in fresh spending.
The Churchill Centre & Museum at the Cabinet War Rooms Chartwell Bulletin NUMBER 19 • APRIL 2009 ®   www.winstonchurchill.org • info@winstonchurchill.org All the black swans are mating, not only the father and mother but both broothers and both sisters . The Ptolemys always did this and Cleopatra was the result . I have not thought it my duty to interfere.  —WSC, C HARTWELL , 1935
C L I M A C T E R I C S Thank-yu! Heitage Fund Tps $40,000 New record in sight as The Churchill Centre is pleased to LOCAL COORDINATORS donations continue honor Bill Marriott for his leadership,As reported in Chartwell Bulletin compassion, vision and boldness. For 17 (p3 column 3) Richard Mastio has CHICAGO, JANUARY 15TH— Dan Myers more information about our tribute on departed as local coordinator and is reports a phenomenal response from Monday, May 11th, or to support or replaced by Marcus Frost, who has members to our annual Heritage Fund attend this special evening, please done yeoman work in helping to appeal to support Churchill Centre contact Cynthia Faulkner (cfaulkner develop two Texas chapters in Dallas educational activities: we have broken @winstonchurchill.org), telephone and San Antonio, both of which have $40,000 for the second year straight, (207) 233-1040. We hope you can join hosted numerous successful events with and may break the record $43,000 set us in honoring a great Churchillian. impressive speakers. last year by 20 percent! The rave Marcus is assisted by four regional reviews by high school teachers POLO II coordinators: Judy Kambestad, Phil attending our UK teaching seminar last Horn. summer certainly had much to do with CGORENENN., WJIUCNHE, ahCnahvdue  rSlcuoheni lglL  aeCrxseponetnrr ieae nnlcodec  aCiln r oaiorggpaernaitziantig oAnlsl. this. We sincerely thank everyone who 7TH— For th We have not attempted to assign sent a donation of any size for theirecond year,e generous support, especially during s these difficult economic times. aCdhuirrcehrisl lwillscehpaaprtaetre  hteeardrsi,t oorri eas,ny oknneo wwiinsgh itnhga tt oour m Sping Events: gGarteheenr waitchcoplreogrssaeonstin zatelo ll yto, hcoearl mlyw.  ilAml sac yob enkftnoarocetw,   tcohoen oeor dnoife ntahteorms Polo Club, BILL MARRIOTT GALA Conyers will work with chapters to provide WASHINGTON, MAY 11TH— The Churchill Farm, to interesting guest speakers. Centre Board of Trustees and its celebrate Sir Will all local organizers please members will pay tribute to one of 1pH1ou llotM opAno YnP yi1.c 9t(2uRr1ae:  dLiWoi bSrTCai rmoy)en.s his Winstontchoen teidniutoe rt oo f stehned rCehpaorrttws elolf  Beuvlelnettis nto Americas most successful Churchilllianand his love(malakand@langworhe) andto business leaders at a gala event onof polo, co-Dan Myers, the Centtre.ns awmebmaster Monday, May 11th. J. Willard “Bill” hosted by New York Churchilllians and Marriott, Jr., chairman and chief execu- The Churchill Centre and Churchill (dmyers@winstonchurchill.org). tive officer of Marriott International, Museum. Co-chairing the event are Sir Marcus Frost, Local Coordi Inc., will be honored at a special recep- Winston’s grandchildren Winston S. nator tion and dinner at the Four Seasons Churchill and the Hon. Edwina PO Box 272, Hotel in Washington, D.C.Sandys. Great-grandson RandolphTMele.x (ia2 5T4X)  578676-627000 One of the world’s most respected Churchill is the event chairman, and all Email: mfrostrock@yahoo.com and admired business executives, Bill these family members will be present. Marriott’s career spans more than fifty The day begins with cocktails at years. A deeply committed11:30 a.m., followed by a seatedJ1u1d7y2  KCaammbbeesrtadLne Churchilliian, he built Marriott from aluncheon at noon. At 3 p.m. the U.S.Santa Ana CAa  92a705-2345 Washington-based family restaurant Polo Association “Sir Winston business founded by his father to a Churchill Polo Cup” final match Tel. (714) 838-4741 global lodging company with more begins with a ball toss. The day Email: JAMMPOTT@aol.com than 3100 proprieties in sixty-seven concludes when CC Trustee Winston countries and territories. S. Churchill presents the inaugural Sir Sue & Phil Larson Bill continues to adhere to hisWinston Churchill Polo Cup to the2L2a GSrcotda leP aRrko aIdL 60526 father’s standards of quality, personally winning team. Afternoon entertain- ange visiting 300 hotels a year. He honorsment includes a jazz band, cigar bar,ETeml.a i(l7: 08)r k3e5r-2f-o6x8@25msn.com the elder Marriott’s commitment to and raffle. Refreshments will be avail- pa employees, tailoring benefits packages able throughout the day. and training programs to retain and Some exciting events for Saturday D. Craig Horn reward good workers. He alsoJune 6th may also be planned. For5W9e0d9d iBnlguteobnir dN HC il2l 8L1a0n4e maintains a fine Churchill library and further information please contact Tel (704) 844-9960 is able to discuss the Great Man with event administrator Eleanor Hamilton: . erudition and humor. ehamilton@winstonchurchill.org. Email: dcraighorn@carolina.rr.com C HARTWELL B ULLETIN 19, PAGE 2