While there are occasions when an honest
man cannot meet his obligations, most of the
time failure to pay is due to something else.
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By FULTON LOVELL
Director, Georgia Game and Fish Commission
STRIPERS FOR SEMINOLE
A I? 0011 ?* 11 ? clap of thunder ushered in dawn on Lake
Semiole. A few feet from the boat, two mallards shift
ed into second and hotrodded into the crisp, morning air.
Juo: ahead, in a clump of wild grass, a fishing
py jgmum*, boat was anchored, t red-haired gentleman, in
V-b j his fifties, smide-l as he hoistered a string of
bass up in the air.
J Across the lake, another boat swayed in the
' •••'"* r‘ channel a few feet from shore. The occupant*
i ”j|v „. if °f this boat, no doubt, were after striped bass.
V This is :hc lake the Game and Fish De-
V partnents of I'loilJa aril Ceorgia hope to
■■d pj . turn into anoth.cr paradise for striped bass
i v t i fisherm°n, like the Santec-Cooper ar-> in
Fulton Lovell ScutJl C “ ro ‘ na - f>
% Biologists from both stages have met and
agreed that such a thing is possible. Of course, it will take time and
effort and sweat and labor. The end product, however, should justify
As every fisherman knows, the striped bass, called rockfish
along the Atlantic seaboard, is highly treasured in fresh water
Seminole Mcy Be Gocd "Fishing Hole"
Aside from its potential as a top striped bass lake, Seminole has
some of the best bass fishing to be found anywhere. Frishery biologists
report it has sufficient shallow water in the right places to encourage
a large population of bigmouth bass. 0
• I have only fished Seminole a couple of time3 but the other anglers
tell me it is very productive. Bill Roper, the Izaak Walton Club booster
from Atlanta, says he usually picks up several nice bass on weekend
trips there and dock operator Jack Wingate of Bainbridge seldom
hesitates to sound off when a good string comes out near his landing.
Seminole also bears a great potential as an attracter of ducks.
As we traveled the lake this morning, we spotted several flights of
mallards, blacks and some reds around the lake.
With the Butler Island refuge on the other side of the state and Lake
Seminole on this side, ducks are certain to use one or the other on
their southward flights.
But Seminole will become one of the top fishing lakes in the
country. Besides bass, anglers can find stripers, shellcrackers hand
sized and beiow, bluegill and channel cats. Fortunately, the rough
fish problem in Seminole does not seem to be as big as it is in
some lakes. This will help game fishing.
The Outboard Boating Club of America has announced its gigantic
Chicago National show will be held February 5-14, 1960 in the Inter
national Amphitheatre. The reason for this announcement is that many
Georgia boaters, manufacturers and dealers attend the festival in
Chicago, which is considered one of the top boat shows in the world.
The show features exhibits of the sport and industry out
boards, inboards, sailing boats, accessories and supplies.
Guy W. Hughes, overseer of the show, predicts “if the present
sales trend continues through the rest of the year, iho*e is no question
that the industry’s total volume for 1959 will exceed the ?2-billion plus
figure of a year ago.” 9
t And who says boating is not a growing sport?
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The Forsyth County News
! SPEAKERS NAMED
FOR SHORT COURSE
ON BEEF CATTLE
How to improve the quality of
beef cattle —from the viewpoints of
the growers, the packer, and the
research man, with reports on re
cent developments in pelleting of
forages and concentrates—will be
the underlying purpose of a beef
cattle short course, July 31.
The short course is an annual
event, sponsored by the animal
husbandry department of the Uni
versity of Georgia. Beginning at
9:45 a. m., following registration
which gets underway at 9:15, the
short course will include four talks
by outstanding livestockmen, a
panel on pelleting feeds for beef
cattle, and a tour of the new live
stock —poultry building and the
beef cattle hard at the University.
The meeting will be held in Hard
Db. C. C. Murray, dean and co
ordinator of the University’s Col
lege of Agriculture, will make the
welcome address. Two Agricultural
Extension Service livestockmen—
Harold Clum, marketing, and Dr.
O. G. Daniel, project leader—will
speak during the morning session.
The director of beef cattle im
provement for Armour and Com
pany—Robert J. Norrish, and Dr.
O. B. Ross, head, department of
animal science, University of Illi
nois, will present the packers’ view
point and a report on research.
According to Dr. R. A. Long,
head, animal husbandry department
at the University of Georgia, Nor
rish will tell about methods being
used to develop a superior strain
of beef cattle both from the stand
point of performance and carcass
Of Dr. Ross, Long said: “He en
joys an outstanding reputation in
the livestock industry. He was
known as a top man in beef cattle
research when he was in charge
of beef cattle nutrition at Okla
homa State University. He has
managed a large commercial feed
mill in the midwest and has done
a great deal of work on pelleting.
Dr. Ross is ccepted by purebred
breeders as a qualified judge of
STRAYED —Four White-face Steers
in vicinity of Gilstrap Lake. Any
one seeing these Steers please noti
fy J. C. HAMNER, or call 2795
NOTICE—Fuller Brush Company
has opening for local man to take
over established territory in For
syth County. Earnings over $70.00
I per week. Permanent. Car Needed.
Write R. M. Pritchett, 526 E.
Spring St., Gainesville, Georgia,
Phone Lenox 2 —6971.
FOR SALE Registered Jersey
Bull about two years old —Contact
LON LITTLE, Rt. 4, Curnming.
FOR SALE —Household and Kitch
en furniture Saturday, Aug., Ist at
10 o’clock at my Residence Egbert
Henderson on Canton Route, 1.
NOTICE—LIBERAL REWARD for
lost Brown and White spotted mix
ed Terrier Bob tailed female nam
ed “Boots” in vicinity of Brown's
Bridge May 3rd. Call Newspaper
or Atlanta, Cedar 3—4167 (Collect)
FOR SALE -14 Acres on Lake
Lanier, 30 thousand feet saw tim
ber. Pleanty of shade and deep
water front.—Edwin Otwell, Phone
Tu. 7—2244 Day night Tu. 7
Edward H. Shannon
OFFICE IN HOWELL—BRAMB
LETT PROFESSIONAL BLDG.
FIRST A THIRD WEDNESDAY
OF EACH MONTH
FOR SALE One Bag Mueller
Plaster Mixer in goad condition
BALD RIDGE MARINA.
WANTED AT ONCE. Man with
car for Rawleigh Business in For
syth County. Buy on time. See Guy
Duncan PO Box 365 Canton, Ga„
or write immediately to Rawleigh’s
Dept. GAF—22O—3Ol, Memphis,
iTenn. —June 4 —l8 —July 16
Well Drillers, Inc.
Phone Tu. 7-5460
FORSYTH COUNTY PARK
AREA NOW OPEN TO PUBLIC
The Forsyth County Park Is
Now Open For Pleasure And
Relaxation - Picnic Groups,
Boating And Swimming For Child*
ren And Adults.
Concession Booth Directly On Beau
tiful Sandy Beach For Your Con
Hot Dogs, Drinks, Candy, Cigaretts,
We Will Greatly Appreciate Your
Park Sponsored By
FORSYTH COUNTY JUNIOR
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
NOTICE— Those who have rela
tives buried at Ebenezer Cemetery
will please meet there Thursday
July 30 to clean off the cemetery.
Also will appreciate the nelp cf
the community in getting this work
Everyone interested in Mars Hill
Cemetery please meet with us on
Saturday morning early August Ist
We can use several Lawn Mowers
There will be a Cemetery work
ing at Mt. Tabor Saturday August
Ist. Come early with tools so that
we can get work done quickly.
FOR SALE—S-room dwelling house
and 30 acres of land —Will divide
anyway to suit purchasers, located
near Frank Stripland Store —Con-
tact Claude E. Terry, Phone Tu. 7
—6411, Curnming, Georgia.
REGULAR MEETING OF GUM
MING CHAPTER NO. 346 O. E. S.
Will be held each Second and
Fourth Tuesday Nights at 8:00
All members are urged to attend
JOI.ENE WALLS, W. M.
CLARA MAE COX, Secretary
Come Early! Look Us Over
Over 1000 Items
To Choose From
And That’s Not All!
SATURDAY, AUGUST 1
8:30 A. M. TILL ?
H. & H. PIANO COMPANY
Herman H. Roper, Proprietor
Office Ph: 6206 Roswell Road
Thursday, July 30, 1959.
NOTICE CEMETERY WORKING
All who have lovedones buried
at Zion Hill Baptist Church and
all who wi]l help are requested to
come and bring tools .and help
clean off the cemetery Saturday
August Ist. Come Early.
By request of the Church.
Call Alpharetta 5243
C. R. SIMS
1 Wringer Type Wash
er, Also Cash Register
Adding Machine com
bination Call Tu. 7
5571, Curnming, Ga.