ISHOF


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ISHOFInternational Swimming Hall of Fame
ISHOFInternational Snowmobile Hall of Fame
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News 4 (January 1924): 5, in WSA Archives, ISHOF; see also National Swimming Championship Flyer and Entry Form 1923, YWHA Scrapbook, 92nd Street YM-YWHA Archives.
"Since he was arraigned, most of the items have been returned," said Bob Duenkel, executive director of ISHOF. "There are still some medals and sculptures missing, valued in the $60,000 range.
"We are very optimistic [that the building plan will be accepted]," said Bob Duenkel, ISHOF's executive director.
Sam Freas, ISHOF executive director, said the debt will be paid immediately following this month's board of directors' meeting.
After recent elections brought in new Pompano Beach commissioners, Swerdlow and ISHOF "renegotiated the contract in good faith," said Sam Freas, ISHOF president.
Freas was accused of making false or exaggerated statements regarding the decision to move ISHOF to a new location in Daytona Beach, Fla.
"It is possible that the ISHOF will be in a temporary location within six months, and in a permanent one by 2004," said Ann Kazel, spokeswoman for the Swerdlow Real Estate Group, Palm Beach, Fla., which is one of the developers.
As the first executive director of ISHOF in 1963, Dawson grew the hall from a mere idea into a million-dollar operation as the showcase and archives of swimming.
The controversy has reached the highest levels of ISHOF, prompting Dale Neuburger to resign his post as board chairman.
Counsilman, founding president of the International Swimming Hall of Fame from 1965 to 1969, was inducted into ISHOF in 1976.
ISHOF officials have been working on a $192 million plan that would call for three 600-unit, 25-story condominiums on the beachfront south of the city's Main Street Pier, according to the Daytona Beach News-Journal.
* Ongoing efforts to continue the work of ISHOF and ensure its longevity