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May 13, 1984 - Image 9

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The Michigan Daily - Sunday, May 13, 1984 -= Poge 9
Romania sues art museum
for El Greco painting

Continued from Preceaing rage

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FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - The.
government of Romania has gone to
court to force an art museum to return
a major 17th-century oil painting by the
Greek master El Greco.
The communist-bloc country claims
the $6 million work, "Giacomo Bosio, or
A Portrait of an Elderly Ecclesiastic,"
was stolen during or shortly after World.
War II.
THE WORK, painted by El Greco
between 1610 and 1614, is considered a
national treasure and heritage of the
Romanian people and should be retur-
ned to Romania, according to the
The 4- by 3-foot artwork, considered
one of the top three paintings by El
Greco owned by American museums,
ranks among the top six of his 30 sur-
viving portraits, officials say,

Kimbell Art Museum officials bought
the painting in 1977, according to
documents filed Friday with the suit in
U.S. District Court. Assistant museum
director Bill Jordan, an El Greco ex-
pert, called "absurd" the suit's claim
that Romania has title to the painting.
He said the museum purchased the
painting from Wildenstein and Co. of
New York, a "well-known and respec-
ted art gallery."
WILDENSTEIN bought the painting
from the heirs of King Carol II of
Romania, who had owned it for more
than 100 years, Jordan said. The
monarch fled Romania with the pain-
ting during World War II, and before
communists assumed control there, he

Czechoslovakia and Laos
join Communist boycott

(Continued from Page 1)
Anton Himl, Czechoslovakia's
national Olympic committee chairman,
said the organization of the Games was
in sharp contradiction with the Olym-
pic character," according to a dispat-
ch. It also accused the U.S. ad-
ministration of interfering in
preparations for the Games and trying
"to subordinate the Olympic Games to
their own political objectives,"
MOSCOW dismissed written assuran-
ces from Reagan that the United States
would uphold the Olympic character
and provide adequate security for
"In his years in the White House, the

official Tass news agency said. "In
reality, however, they proved to be
nothing but a figleaf to cover
Washington's perfidy and dissemblan-
Reagan's assurances came in a letter
to the International Olympic Commit-
tee, read publicly last Friday by IOC
President Juan Antonio Samaranch,
who said it provided "all the securities I
think the Soviets are asking for."
Senior sports officials :from about a
dozen Soviet allies met secretly in
Moscow Friday and discussed setting
up a rival competition. President Car-
ter held separate games with U.S. allies
after boycotting the 1980 Moscow

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Students register voters

(Continued from Page 31
registration in Ann Arbor."
Yet the deputy registrar program has
not been accepted as just a
strengthening of the political process.
Since the registrars aim the campaign
at the poor and minority voters who are
usually Democratic, the registration
drives have met Republican opposition.
"We try to be non-partisan," said
Hartman, "by having no literature
about Pirgim or other political issues."
A proposal to limit the number of
deputy registrars in Ann Arbor was
scheduled to come up at last Monday's
city council meeting. Though the
resolution never came up, over 100

people came to voice their opposition to
the Republican-sponsored resolution.
Though individual students have dif-
ferent motivations for getting involved
in registration projects, Hartman said
many of the student volunteers are con-
cerned citizens who just like to see
people voting."
"Because what goes on effects me, I
like to see as many people as possible
involved in the process," said Linda
Simone, a former student volunteer who
is now the paid coordinator of a
registration workshop at the East
Michigan Campus. "It gives the volun-
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how the political process works."

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