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20 Palm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 4, 1968 Junior Miss Pageant Judging To Start II WC5K1X3 TO ELECT HICKS SUT! imESOTATtVMtST.N MR. SAMUR AtONBatG RETAIL MERCHANT NMtst compete In the Florida Junior Miss Pageant from where the winner will be chosen to represent the state In the national pageant to be held In May at Mobile, Ala. Greeks Protest Regime At Papandreou Funeral PALM BEACH SHORES Preliminary Judging for the Junior Miss Pageant sponsored by the Riviera Beach-Lake Park Jaycees will be held today at the Colonnades Beach Hotel. Thirteen talented high seniors, representing Riviera Beach High School and John F. Kennedy High, will be judged on poise and appearance, creative or performing arts, youth fitness and scholastic achievement. Judges will be Miss Mary Nemec, local TV personality; Father Kevin MacGabahann of St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church, Riviera Beach; Le-ander A. Kirksey, band director at Roosevelt Juninr-Seninr High School, and Mrs. Zell Davis. Final judging of the local pageant will be Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. at the Riviera Beach Recreation Hall. Winner 'from there will go to Pensacola to To Give Talk Meterologlst Robert H. Simpson, will address the Ki-wanis Club of Palm Beach at noon Tuesday at the Balm Beach Towers. Dr. Simpson Is director of the U.S. Weather Bureau's National Hurricane Center in Miami. "Hurricane Seedlings-" will be the topic, according to Joe Russell, program chairman. ill mi p lined the mile-long funeral route that range with cries of "Papandreou," "Down with the Junta," and "We want freedom." Never since the Junta of army officers seized power in a coup d'etat on April 21, 17, had there been such a massive and ATHENS (AP) Former Premier George Papandreou was buried Sunday and his funeral flared into the biggest demonstration of protest against the Greek regime since it seized power 18 months ago. More than 300,000 Greeks NATIONWIDE TELECAST MONDAY TIME SHOWN MAY VARY IN YOUR CITY Z CHECK LOCAL LISTING FOR EXACT TIME AND CHANNEL I ri rpT REPUBLICAN CLCUI C. RICHARD Spivak To Play Tonight BOCA RATON Although South American music could easily be his specialty, Buenos Aires-born Raul Spivak says he "likes all styles" and will give his concert audience tonight a sampling of music from the 17th Century of Scarlatti to the contemporary Gi-nastera. The program will begin at 8:30 p.m. In the Florida Atlantic University Theater. The public Is Invited without charge. All concert programs, according to the artist, are representative of classical, romantic, impressionist and contemporary composers, the performance quality for the audience lying in the pianist's Individual interpretations. Scarlatti wrote for the harpsichord, predecessor of the piano, Spivak noted, which en-' hanced the brilliant quality of Scarlatti's compositions, now all played on the piano. His sonatas are small works of genius. In further describing the composers he will play, the pianist said that Robert Schumann is most typical of Romantic composers. Debussy, on the other hand, creates his themes by impression, gaining his distinctive sound by using the whole tone scale. The final portion of his program will feature the works of Spanish composers. But music is the international language and, as Spivak explains, these composers, like the Hungarian Bela Bartok, take their native sounds and rhythms and weave them into the "classics" of their time. LW&009 -a' 1 gk. S I JUSTICE of tht SUPREME COURT of FLORIDA -GROUP 1 8:00 PM 9:00 PM 10:30 PM NBC-TV CBS -TV ABC -TV VOTE ltd o provin judgt open show of defiance. Crowds crashed througr cordons along the way and scuffled with police to follow the hearse. Though all police and army units in and around the national capital were on alert for trouble, they were obviously under orders to restrain themselves and avoid violence. Police arrested some demonstrators, but stopped short of serious fighting. Among other slogans, demonstrators shouted: "This Is the referendum," a cry aimed at the Sept. 29 nationwide vote that accepted the regime's limited constitution. Besides followers and members of his family, Papan-dreou's funeral brought out many who had been his worst political enemies in life, including representatives of the regime Itself. Papandreou, a political force In Greece for half a century and a major figure in the turmoil that led to the military takeover and the end of representative government in Greece, died Friday from a brain clot. It followed surgery for a perforated ulcer. He was 80. An unrelenting foe of the regime, Papandreou had repeatedly called for the Junta to quit. He had spent 11 of the last 18 months of his life under some form of arrest. The shouts and disorders along the funeral route turned into bedlam at the cemetery. Mourners wept hysterically, knocking over tombstones and uprooting bushes as they shoved and elbowed for a glimpse of the coffin as it was lowered Into a concrete tomb. For a Supreme Court 1 that backs LAW & ORDER VOTE GEORGE WALLACE PARTY IN FLORIDA A 16th ytsr as a Trial Judg 14rh yir-Clrcui Judg Piid fat kr tlx WALLACE LEMAY El I Lctvmgood campaign fend 4. Pol. Ad. y Gam-it C. WtllanCampiian 10 Hih Bldf. Mint. All. 8iymafTrammiMCM. Is there a special "SOMETHING" in Woolworth's large selection of merchandise you would like??? Do more than WISH! Fill out our Wishing Slip coupon for any item in the store valued up to $25.00 and deposit in the WISHING WELL at your friendly Woolworth's. Drawings to be held Nov. 9-16-23. N HON PEN M I wish for. Name. REID Address. City .State. -Zip. 10 YOU from Winners need not be present Added Security CHINOOK, Mont. (AP) Four nuns were seen driving along in a car near the Canadian border area called the Hi-Line. As the vehicle went along its way there could be no finer display of proper driving; it was the epitome of highway safety. But, almost unnoticed on the rear of the car was a littlesign that said, "In God We Trust." YOUR MONEY'S WORTH MORI AT Pci BCD Pol. AoV ro BERT F. TAX ASSESSOR Palm Beach Mall lantana Shop, Ctr. Palm Coast Plaza Clematis Street. UDJ THE MAN OPPOSING E. F. VAN KESSEL i '-. V"'." 4o! L Dear Friends: "Politics" ... a tough game. And, to make matters tougher, my opponent Mr. Van Kess-el is a professional "politician". However, we hope that our efforts to inform you of the FACTS concerning my opponent's eight year reign as a county commissioner have reached you. We hope that tomorrow you will remember the time when Mr. Van Kessel broke his written and verbal word to rotate the county commission chairmanship on an equal time isth ANY WAY TO J A COURT In the past eight years, due to efficient Administration, the net profit of the County Judge's Office has increased from $13,297.87 in 1961 to $41,983.32 in 1966, AND WITH THE SAME NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES. In the past eight years, because of Judge Douglas' efforts there has been more progress made in providing for and committment of the mentally ill than at any other time in history of Palm Beach County. basis. We hope you'll remember that he voted for himself so that he could continue to hold the chairmanship in his grasp. We hope you will remember that our county is deeper in debt than at any time in our history over $30 million in the red! We hope you will take into serious consideration that an elected public official is elected to serve as a PUBLIC SERVANT. Quite frankly it seems, through the past eight years, that we have been serving Mr. Van liessel instead of him serving us! The 10 per cent tax increase in your taxes this year to pay the interest on these debts is a prime example!!! One thing for sure, and I pledge this to you with complete sincerity . . . I'LL LEVEL WITH YOU AT ALL TIMES. I'LL TELL IT LIKE IT IS. No "deals". No "closed door" meetings. I'll take "politics out of the District One County Commission seat. If you've had enough. If you feel it's time for a change ... PULL LEVER 27B for CULPEPPER! I ask you to give me the opportunity to serve you. In closing I would like to thank many of you throughout our great county for the wonderful moral support you have extended to me. God bless you for your help. Sincerely, Robert F. Culpepper In the past eight years there have been THOUSANDS of Probate cases filed and decided by Judge Douglas. Only two cases have been reversed by the District Court of Appeal. THIS IS THE BEST RECORD OF ANY JUDGE IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA. YOU BH IT IS J RE-ELECT Am ROBERT F. CULPEPPER ROBERT F. CULPEPPER - Former Mayor of Jupiter, married, father of three children; Voted one of the outstanding young men of America; District Plants Sales Supervisor for Southern Bell; Scottish Rite Mason, 32nd Degree; Committeeman, Boy Scouts of America; Past President Jupiter Jaycees; Ordained Deacon-Presbyterian Church; Jupiter Light Masonic Lodge; Korean Veteran, U.S. Army. Kative of Palm Beach County. Pd. Pol. Adv. GROUP ONE DEMOCRAT Pd. Pol. Adv.