10 * Nofrttwwt Arkonwn TIMES, Friday, May 10, 1974 F4YITTIVILLI. Â»Â«KÂ»MÂ»*Â» Spelling and Speaking Students Compete For Honors By Kay Gray) SPELLING BEE REVIVED Â· . . Cnsclman conducts spell down for n qroup of elementary students from city and outlying schools at the spelling and impromptu contest. The old fashioned spelling hoe was revived for elementary students in city and outlying schools S a t u r d a y when a spellmi: and impromptu speech contest was sponsored by the Washington County Retired Teachers Association. Six winners were selected in the contests held at Kamay Junior High School from the 35 contestants. liena Skclton of Elkins took first in the impromptu speaking contest on the subject "Safety is no Accident". Ben Chaprnai of Leverelt School was sccom anil Lynn Throlkeld of Ashel School third. The winners received cash awards of S5, $" and $2. Lori Johnson of Jones Schoo in Springdalc took first pl in spelling: Susan SchacFer o Leverett placed second and Jin Hatch of Klkins. third. The same cash awards were made in this event to the (op thrci winners. Randall Caselmai conducted the spelling bee. Judges for the imprompti speaking were Mrs. Theodor. Hallin. Miss Nan Moore am Mrs. Robert R. Kccgan. Mrs. Mac/ella Fetter, Mrs Georgia McCandless and N. 'J Griffith judged the spellin o n t e s I . Contestants were egistercd by Miss Juanita audle. Miss'Stella Hall. Mrs . T. G r i f f i t h . M r s . Wands .rown and Miss Marie I'tak. GDI Official Found Guilty LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Ron- did R. Palmer, a former vice president of Community In- eslment and Development, nc.. was convicted in U.S. Dis- triel Court here Thursday of misapplying $12,000 in federal unds. The sentencing will come after a probation report is filed. Palmer was licensed of illegally charging C1D1 with travel expenses from five trips to Alexandria. La., for personal consulting work. CIDt was supposed to distribute funds from the federal O f f i c e of Economic Opportunity to minority business enterprises in the state. Appointed James H, Stewart 11 has received an appointment lo (he U.S. Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, Colo. A member of the graduating class a t FayetieviUe H i g h School, James is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James II. Stewart. He is a member of the National Honor Society, l.ettermen's Club and Briar Club. NEWS WHILE IT IS NEWS IN THE TIMES Pulaski Republicans To Hold Referendum LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Pu jski County Republicans will get to vote in the May 28 primary on whether they believe President Nixon should be im peached, the Arkansas Gazette reporlc^l today Boh Scott, county Republican chairman, refused Thursda night to confirm lhat question would be on the ballot. The Gazelle also said the Re publicans would be asked t say if they were Democrat would they have voted for Gov Dale Dumpers or Sen. J. w Fulbright for the Democrat!' senatorial nomination. The newspaper said scve public opinion type question will appear on the Rcpublica irimary ballot in Pulaski Coun -y- Scott said his reason for no saying whether the question were on the ballot was t h a t i would be "confusing" both be cause former New York Go\ Nelson Rockefeller would he i Little Rock tonight and becaus Joseph Weston of Cave City a GOP gubernatorial camlidat -Scott refused to elaborate. When asked whether a quo lion concerning 1976 Republic)* presidential contenders \v among seven questions on 11 ballot. Scott replied that tbci was ii question "in that rangc_ Officials Campaign LITTLE ROCK (AP)--Among le persons working" in the e election c a m p a i g n of J. W. Fulbrighl are at east four members of stala Doards. The four are M. J. Probst of ,ittlc Hock, vice chairman of le Claims Commission; Wiliam Prcwelt of E! 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