Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 7, 1959 · Page 8
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October 7, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 8

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Grandmother Swings a Profitable Hammer (1 U IH' ROSE > AT --V,Vn Mis - s •••i,-.'i <.-A * «!T is a I Legionnaires to j Hear Dolliver at District Session | ,T.-,;!-,r« 1 Po"iv*v. former con-' riT<sr-i,m and rnuviincnt in Ameni ;•••-• i i •;: ion affairs, will be guest ! ai the fall Lepion confer- this district, meeting Sun- Webster rity. ressmnn Dolliver recently r; from a special as- nt to (lie Middle Kast for the ! Slates Slate department. ill speak at a banquet at in in Hie American Lepion emorial hall. Mr. Dolliver is a i-t department commander. Can-oil 1 I'cionnairos who plan lo triid -nniild contact Ido Pollistrini j -i i ommanrier, for transporla- p She has built more than 100 heuses since 1950. Her tremendous energy and her skill in carpentry belie the faet thai siic has four grown children and IF a grandmother. Mrs. Anderson finishes the interior of a house alone after a crew has erected the four walled skeleton. "I need help on the plasterboard." she says. Her firm specializes in one-floor houses which sell for about $14.- ono. Average construction time is ?bout one month. Explaining how she happened to start in the business, she says. "Well. I had to support four children by myself—and this work is pretty lucrative." SHARP AS A TACK OWASSO. Okla. (AP) — Mrs. Esther McGill. 71. won over all women nail driving contestants at a Progress Day celebration, then challenged a man and beat him. DOESN'T SHOW . . , DoK with a difference is this German shepherd. He wears contact lenses. The pedigreed pet is owned by S. C. Fowler, of Memphis, Tenn., whose business is contact lenses. Fowler believes that "Warrior of Liebchen" is the only dog so fitted. One Favors Abolishing Athletic Post- May Look Into Evy-Brechler Row, Regents Say DES MOINES (AP> — Slate j to come up," said Mrs. Kenneth Evans of Emerson. Board of Regents members indicated Wednesday they should look into the controversy between two top University of Iowa athletic department officials. The Regents' sentiment in the long-smouldering dispute between Athletic Director Paul Brechler and head football Coach Forest Evashevski was sounded out by The Associated Press in advance of the board's meeting at Iowa City this week. One board member advocated abolition of the athletic director's office. Another called for a full, public discussion of the matter. A third said no investigation is needed. Harry H. Hagemann of Waverly, president of the nine-member board, said that although the Thursday-Friday sessions are a regularly scheduled meeting, the Regents undoubtedly will look into the Iowa athletic problems. "It is fortunate that the board is meeting now, if this matter had "I will personally ask the board for a full, public discussion of all the issues," said Mrs. Joseph Ho- senfield of Des Moines. "That Is the only fair way to the university and to the public, which is deeply concerned. "I think some action should be taken on this matter." she said. "It is too important to the future of the university as a whole and the state to bypass it." Others favoring immediate action by the board were Mrs. Robert Valentine of Cenlerville and Maurice B. Crabbe of Eagle Grove. Mrs. Evans and A. A. Drebenstedt of Burlington said they thought the issues should be»discussed but by persons closer to the university scene. "The matter should be handled pretty much through the University president and the business manager," Mrs. Evans said. "They should make recommendations to the board, and we in turn 8 Timci Harald. Carroll, la. Wednesday, Oct. 7, 1959 should weigh th« whole matter. We can't jump at conclusions until we know the whole story." Drebenstedt said there is no need for hasty action. "I think in matters of this kind there could be a lot of things said in a board meeting which might give the public a wrong impression." He said he favors an executive meeting for briefing board members and have it make a public statement. Lester Gillette of Fostoria said "I don't think an investigation by the Regents is needed. I don't think it's necessary to find out any more. Too much is known." He said he would be glad to have newsmen in on any discussions. "I think on this situation the public is entitled to know. I hope the press will be there." "I don't know of anyone who wants Evy to quit." Gillette said. "On the other hand, there seems to be quite a difference of opinion about the present athletic director, and it goes from one extreme to the other. "For myself, I have no criticism of the way Brechler has run the athletic department." Alfred W. Noehren of Spencer said he favors abolition of Brechler's job. "I feel the taxpayers of Iowa have not. been getting their value out of the office of athletic director, and while I'm not in favor of firing anyone, I think we could profitably abolish the post," he said. Arthur A. Barlow of Cedar Rapids said it would not be appropriate for him to discuss his opinions on the matter at this time. "I think Evy is a genius," he said, "and I've said so time and again. His record is evidence of that." Crabbee and Drebenstedt said the board should take up the mat- ter of the I Club resolution which called for Brechler's resignation. A small number of the approximately 8,000 members of the I Club passed the resolution at the annual meeting in Iowa City last Saturday. About 150 members were present and only about half of that number voted. The club is an organization of alumni and fans who raise funds for athletic scholarships. Rev./ Mrs. Bys to Attend Council of Evangelism Meet The Rev. and Mrs. fvan C. 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