A bronze portrait bust honoring the late Pablo Casals, musician and world citizen, was dedicated by Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim at a ceremony held in the Visitors' Lobby of the General Assembly building today. Pablo Casals performed in the General Assembly hall in 1958, on the occasion of the thirteenth anniversary of the UN and again in 1963, conducting his own "El Pessebre", and 1971. The bust is on permanent loan to the UN from the UN International School (UNIS). The portrait bust, done from life when the Maestro was at the UN in 1971, is the work of Robert Berks, sculptor of the Kennedy Monument in the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, Washington, D.C., and busts of Einstein, Enrico Fermi, Pope Paul VI and Martin Luther King among others. It was given by Robert Howard, President of Centronics Data Computer Corporation, whose many other gifts to UNIS have included the International Courtyard Garden in the School's building at East 25th Street in Manhattan and the equipment for a mathematics laboratory, including a sophisticated educational computer installation.