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14 —• Press SOUTHWEST OUTDOORS By Frank Adams and Red Kohnke THE CURRENT UPROAR OVER 1962 waterfowl regulations may look like a tempest, in a teapot after Monday's public hearing at New Orleans. The hearing. calJed for 2 p.m. Monday by the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission, is officially designated as a discussion of the restrictions set by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Sources close to the outdoor scene, however, report that the hearing may be the setting for Commission fiction declaring a closed season in Louisiana this year as a gesture of protest against the federal regulations. According to these sources, the Monday hearing will be a sounding board to test public reaction to a possible halt of state-federal cooperation in waterfowl management. Under consideration, they say, is Commission action that would: Declare a closed season on ducks in Louisiana. Withdraw state membership in the Mississippi Flyway waterfowl council. End state cooperation in all federally-directed waterfowl management operations, including off-season ! projects in Canada. \ Boiled down, the state action would, if it happens, cut Louisiana out of all waterfowl efforts on a national level. The reports say that such action would be denned to emphasize Louisiana's displeasure with the 19fi_ hunting regulations. If such action is being contemplated it would be well for the Commission to step slowly. The 19R2 season admittedly is not the best, but it is considerably better than none at all. —ADAMS. * «. * SNAPPER FISHING offshore out of Cameron is on the upswing again and several skippers have reported nice catches over the weekend. Jep Turner, running the Snapper, made another 100-mile-out trip and brought in 1,'200 pounds of red Bfiapper and 14 cobia. Teeboy McCalJ. skipper of the charter boat Sunrise II, reported two good trips on the -weekend. On both trips, his fishermen took home snapper, cobia and king mackerel. The kings were taken drift fishing on the snapper banks. —KOHNKE. Labor Day light Up 1 Is Planned BATON ROUGE fSpl.) - Plans i for a statewide tobor Day holiday Light Up and Live traffic | safety campaign wore announced today hy Col. Thomas Burhank. director of the Department of I Public Safety. ! "We know the Light lip a * d Live campaign will save lives during the four-day holiday with the cooperation of the motoring public." Burbank said. "Last year when we tried it for the first time, our Labor Day holiday traffic deaths dropped ffofn T6 to five and t hope we will be abfe to do as tvefl again this year," he said. the Light Up and Live safety campaign consists of asking drivers to turn their headlights on during the daylight hours of the holiday as a warning to drive carefully. the offfcial period for counting traffic fatalities starts Friday. August 31, at. B p.m. and ends mid- I night, Monday. September 1 "Since starting the Light Up and Live safety campaigns a year ago on the Fourth of July, we I have been able to make Louisiana highways safer for driving on holidays than for the average of the rest of the year," Burbank said. Light Up and Live campaigns are held on the Fourth of July, AT EDUCATIONAL MEET — Kenneth H. (Bobby) Cagle (right)) is shown with Gov. Terfy Sanford of North Carolina at the lllh annual legislative work conference of the Southern Regional Education Board at Biloxi, Miss. Cagle was first appointed a Louisiana representative on the board by Gov* Robert Kennon and reappointed by Govs. Earl K. Long and Jimmie Davis. Area Students Are Named LSU Freshmen Advisors try. she is a member of Alpha Delta Pi social sorority. Deputies Accuse Barmaid of Pinball Payoff A charge of gambling was filed by the Calcasieu parish sheriff's department Saturday after a barmaid was allegedly seen making a S2 payoff for 40 games won on a pinball machine in the bar Friday. Betty Gean Hudson, who operates the Guys and Dolls bar on Ryan street with her husband, was said by deputies to have let a customer "cash in" 40 games on a machine located in the Guys and Dolls bar. She is being heir) in the parish jail. Deputies Harvey Boyd and Milliard Foreman investigated the case. BATON ROUGE (Spl.^-Three area roods h;ivp hppn selected to sprve as freshman advisors (his Fall at Louisiana State University. They arp .lanp Ann Henry of Lake Char!??. .ludy Dommert of Sulphur and Carolyn Gormley of Leesville. I 1 LSU's freshman advisors, numbering more than 100, are a group | of outstanding upperclass women students who serve as "big sis, ters" to the incoming freshman i coeds and help orient them to the • life of the university, according i to Dean of Women Helen B. Gor'. don. i The advisors assist with registration procedures, acquaint freshmen with the campus and meet with them during Freshman Week. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Henry nf 915 Cleveland street. Lake Charles. A graduate of Lake Charles high school, she is an I,SU sophomore majoring in physical education. She is an active member of the Women's Recreation Association and of Chi Omega social sorority. | Miss Dommert's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Dommert of Sulphur. A graduate of Crowley high school, she is a sophomore at LSU, where she is majoring in chemistry and physics. A member of the LSU Union current events committee, she is also a member of Zeta Tau Alpha i social sorority and serves as parliamentarian for that group. ill 'Personal S«rvio« Miss Gormley. daughter of Mrs. Rose Gormley of 2101 Jean street i in Leesville, is a graduate of ; Leesville high school. A sopho- Miss Henry is the daughter of more at LSU majoring in chernis- HOME INSURANCE AGENCY Dial HE 9-8250 HE 3-9839 Ground Floor Gayle Building 502 Broad Lahor t>ay. fhatftsgitrfog an Christmas holidays. Dnrtng I98i,f fflftly 28 Jives were lost w toes* holidays compared with 41 for I960, before the campaign wal started. 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