THE KENTUCKY KERNEL, Tuesday, An
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Following revision by the con- - riac
felt the election of Judges was vent ion Relegates, the icvlsed conimpractical and advocated the Mis- stitution, will be placed before the
souri plan of Judicial selection.
public fflr the final vote.
Judicial officers In the lower
courts are not required to have
legal training. He went on to say,
and of 120 county Judges in Kentucky only 20 arc lawyers.
I.blen aaid there was also a great
need for more courts In Kentucky.
Especially in the metropolitan
arras such as Louisville and Lexington. The present constitution
allows for no other courts.
All of the panel members aRreed
that, the rank, and file of
are still distrustful of
their representatives in the legisKen-tuckia-
Judpc Palmore said, "When you
don't trust your legislators you
don't trust your own power to gov-
HANIOICWEP IN THIS CLASS -- HE
Judy O'Dell Is Elected
Head Of Sponsor Corps
Judy O Df 11. sophomore
No more a workaday fabric,
seersucker is fashioned to a
queen's taste. Here, the shirt
mat grew up to be a dresi
and couldn't care less about
an iron. Snap it up in green,
tlrrted president of the
AFROTC Sponsor Corps last week.
Miss Ann Woodward was chosen!
Cher officers inciuae I'riscilla
Lynn, sophomore, secretary; and
Jur.e Moore, sophomore, treasurer,
The Sponsor Corp mrmbrrs are
dertrd each fall by Air Science
( jdrts. The Sponsors are organized
to promote interest in the I'niver- Mty' AFROTC program, and to
erve any campus organization
when railed upon.
TV ' N rir h with the AS
Crt(i;i.' a; all paiatJej. and forma- ti ns. gr,d reremonies.
' t rr.' i!1 !"y r r ?:?)c: to
(iov. Bert C'onib has selected
the Sponsor Corps to serve as his
official hostess organization.
Amont; the duties of the unit is
niinc as hostess for all the de-- -J
ta: mf nts 290 functions and greetJul all visiting Air force dignitar- 1
AND COMPANY INC.
Deor Dr. Frood: I'm working my way
to all the friends he has made in college.
through college. hac delivered newspapers, worked as an usher in the local
moie theater and rolled bandages for
the school infirmary. What can my college life possibly prepare me for?
Is there any action
graph at left was taken. At right is a
recent photo. What does the older gen-
eration have to say about this?
Strieker, Newport, jun-
the Collepe of Commerce,
habeen elected president of the
Alpha Mil Chapter of Beta Alpha
P.M. national accounting fraternity.
Ftricker replaces Donald Hill,
Dear Dr. Frood: I am about to graduate top girl in my class. I have decided
to take up a career, rather than squander my intellectual achievements on
bawling babies, dreary housework and
a sloppy husband. Don't you think 1
have made the right decision?
Other officers elected were:
Thomas Truempy. Lexington, vice
I ! t :dr :it : Pat Schooler, Stanford,
fem truy: and Charles Mays. But-- h
r. t rt asuitr.
Dear Dean: Give him a big smile, put
your arm around his shoulders and say,
"I low 're things, pal?"
Dear Dr. Frood: In the past four years,
I feel that 1 have become a wiser and
better man. How much do 1 owe to my
Dear Grateful: Slihh! Somtbody must
forgotten to scud ou the bill.
Dear Dr. Frood: The older generation
claims college life is too soft. JtiNt a lark.
Well, a:n finishing four curs, and look !
1 he da) I enrolled in college, the photo
do, and 1 feci safe In saying that make that statement on behalf
of etcry man in America.
' j Relioble
Dear Dr. Frood: What a mess 1 have
made out of college! 1 am flunking out
because 1 have been so lazy. I can't get
a job because 1 hae made such a poor
record. I have no friends because I have
no college spirit. What is there left for me?
SnJwicks 4 Skort Ordri
Open 7; JO a.m. to
Dear Dr. Frood: Yesterday
boy friend and 1 saw two Lucky Strikes
burning in an ash tray. One had lipstick!
Was I right in slapping him in the face
and leaxing the room?
Dear Scorned: No. Why get jealous jusl
because other girU smoke the same brand
Dear Serious: Just what we've said all
along. Parties, parties, parties!
college for this?
Graduation is all a
matter of degree
Dear Beaver: Publishing, motion
Lucky Strike's Dr. Frood declares:
.:i u iilorm to!
ni:rrh in the Derby Parade.
tducition major from Lexington,
ern, trrnvre you c!rct these men."
The r;:icl members concluded
that the main difficulty in calling
a constitutional convention will be
the teasoning among some Ken- tucky citizens that two amend- mrnts to the constitution every two
years is enough. There have been
18 amendments in "0 years.
The bill for revision of the constitution has passed two consecu- tive legislatures. The next step for
revision will be in November when
the jeople will vote on the issue,
If it is passed by
the number of voters who participated i:i the precedinq election,
Kentuckians will then go to the
polls to choose convention dele- gates.
Dear Chastened: You can always serve
as a horrible example.
Lime end Maxwell
Dear Dr. Frood: I was outraged to learn
that a rich, spoiled senior is planning to
give sports cars as graduation presents
a. r. c
COLLEGE STUDENTS SMOKE
MORE LUCKIES THAN
ANY OTHER REGULAR!
When it comes to choosing their regular smoke,
college students head right for fine tobacco.
Result: Lucky Strike tops every other regular
sold. Lucky's taste beats all the rest because
L.S.M.F.T. Lucky Strike means fine tobacco.
TOBACCO AND TASTE TOO FINE TO FILTER!
Jv&ccv is our middle