The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 10, 1975 · Page 7
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 7

Provo, Utah
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Thursday, April 10, 1975
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Orem Councilman Will Discuss Recreation With Scera Board Orem City Councilman Roy Walker has been directed to meet with members of the Scera Board of Directors in an effort to coordinate development of a recreation complex which will include an indoor swimming pool. A meeting between the Scera Board and the entire council also was discussed but was postponed until after the Scera meeting next Tuesday. On April 1, Mr. Walker told councilmen the city should move forward with development of a major recreation complex in the city. This week he proposed visits to several successfully operated centers in order to get ideas for the complex. However, it was decided he should wait until after a meeting with the Scera Board in order to allow an exchange of ideas and to determine what parts the city and Scera will play in development of the complex. Councilman Harley Gillman, who serves as city council representative on the Scera Board, noted that Scera has just completed paying a large debt and soon will have money to begin development of a long-discussed indoor swimming pool and handball court complex. Mr. Gillman said, "I don't want to destroy Scera," a feeling quickly echoed by Councilman Walker and others. However, Mr. Walker did say the city or Scera should have moved ahead with a recreation complex^ before__this time. He pointed out previously that a recent citywide survey stressed the need for an indoor swimming pool and other recreation facilities. Mr. Gillman, complimenting Mr. Walker for his interest in recreation development, offered to allow Mr. Walker to be appointed the council's representative to Scera. Mayor James E. Mangum said the possibility would be studied. The mayor said Councilman Gillman could approach the city council to set up a meeting with Scera if that were the desire of the Scera Board expressed at next Tuesday's meeting. The groups eventually will meet to discuss terms of a proposed sale of the majority of the land in Scera Park to the city. Scera officials said the city is better equipped to care for large open spaces. The money from the sale would be used for construction of an indoor pool, according to Scera spokesmen. Counselors to Attend Meeting Guidance counselors and personnel directors from various Utah County schools will attend the annual conference of the Utah Personnel and Guidance Association Friday at the University of Utah. Representatives from high schools in Utah County along with counselors and directors from Brigham Young University and Utah Technical College at Provo will participate in the program. A highlight of the conference will be a panel presentation on political and legislative implications for counseling. Featured on this panel will be, Sen. Ernest H. Dean, president of the Utah Senate; Ronald Rencher, speaker, Utah State House of Representatives; Rep. John Garr; and Pete Grundfossen, former representative and now director of the Model Cities program. This panel will consider such issues as, cost and delivery of social services; counselling, as an aid to social policy, accountability; and how counselors can impact the legislative system. Other offerings of the conference will include a panel of students discussing student affairs. Dean Reid emphasized that the conference will be attended by counselors and directors of personnel from all the colleges and high schools in the state. Best Crusade ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (DPI) — Evangelist Billy Graham has called his recently completed New Mexico Crusade for Christ "one of the most colorful and memorable in my entire ministry." Crusade officials estimated attendance at the eight-day event at 120,000 persons. Miss Salem Pageant Date Told SALEM — A contest for the selection of a Miss Salem for 1975, has been set for May 9 in the Salem LDS Church Cultural Hall at 8 p.m. according to LaVera James chairman of the event for this year. Salem Lady Lions are sponsoring the contest under the direction of City Councilman Allen Woodhouse. The committee, consisting of Mrs. James, Carma Davis, Coreen Union, Susan Davis and Lorraine Baker have invited girls in the Salem are to enter the contest. Participants must be residents of Salem for the past year. They must be 16 years old or older, and must be single. Anyone interested may contact one of the committee. Contestants will be judged on talent, street wear, evening gown and an impromtu response to a question. A judges tea will be held prior to the contest at the church May 9 at 6 p.m. Bill and Ramona Rust will emcee the program. 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