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JULY 7, 1933.
—Let’s Go Fishing— GOOD FISHING IS IN PROSPECT FOR WEEK-END State Streams Are Clear; Good Catches Made in Lakes. BY LEFTY LEE Time* Staff Writer Fishermen can look forward to some good sport over the week-end unless heavy rains come before Saturday. Mast of the streams are clear and others hit by the rains be fore the holiday are returning to shape rapidly. Here we give you the official condition of your favorite sport as reported by the game wardens. Warden H. Walker. Laporte—Pine, Stone and the two Fish lakes are in fine shape and some good catches are being made. Warden Havel, Rensselaer—Kan kakee river one foot high and dirty at present. Jungle ditch and Iroquis river are normal, and the fishermen are catching all kinds of fish. Beaver creek in Newton county is low and fish are not striking. Warden Perley, Fulton and Pu laski counties —Tippecanoe river will be back to normal by the week-end, after two heavy rains. Some crappie were caught at Lake Manitou on the Fourth. Warden Roth, Lakes Shafer and Freeman—Fishing is good at both lakes and at the Oakdale and Nor way dams. F. O. Winterroud of In dianapolis caught two black bass at the Oakdale dam on the Fourth, weighing three and three-quarters and three and one-half pounds. Warden Noah Eaton, Warsaw’— Two heavy rains early in the week ruined the lakes and streams in Kosciusko county, very strong east wind, bass were biting good until the rains. Wardens Barnett and Anderson, Rome City—Six thousand anglers on Adams and Long Lakes on the Fourth. Lakes and streams in Noble and La Grange counties in fine shape. Fish not biting as good as last week, but several good catches have been made. Elkhart river fish ing is good, particularly at Duke’s bridge. Warden Menzenberger, Steuben County—Fishing poor. Warden Marrs, Whitley and Allen Counties—Blue gill taken are full of eggs. Belief is that hot weather has driven them to deep water, where they are spawning, Crappie are biting good on min nows. Bass fishing is also good, casters using artificial bait, a buck tail with pork rind, proving verv effective. Warden Meridith, Fountain, Parke and Vermillion Counties Pine, Shawnee. Coal, and Sugar creek clear, but very low’. Fishing very poor. Wabash river is low and cle^r. Warden Marksbury, Wayne, Ran dolph, and Henry Counties— Streams are cloudy, but they will be in good shape for the week-end. several nice catches of bass were re ported from Greensfork and Mar tindale creeks in Wayne county. Warden McCashland. Union, Franklin and Fayette Counties—All streams low and muddy from recent rains. The large creeks should be cleared up for the week-end. In the two forks and main branch of Whte river, the water is clearing slowly, and should be ready in about a week. Catfish and carp are biting fine in this stream. Some pood catches of bass and bluegill were made at Nolan's fork, Fayette, Salt and Pipe creeks. / WATCH \ / repairing! 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Terre Haute, and all other i | officers of the Indiana State Fed ! eration of Labor was announced i today at headquarters in the Holli day building. Taylor has been president for the last ten years. His was the onlyi j Corner Wash. & Del. St. I ttflEi "if f fJp f ijjjlllf' Igßpl K|| Open Till 1 f1 I |f 1 jfflflP fgH H Saturday Night A Jf| fg f jL J| Hpf Jg| ill k t j| | i a MIGHTY CRASH OF PRICES! _ IN THIS 15-PAY SENSATIONAL BARGAIN EVENT nilll nty j hrough This Sensational Purchase of This high Grade Stock Are We Enalbed to Offer! Gfit 3 FI yf n g ini S*T i MEN’S AND WOMEN’S HI-GRADE SHOES I JINFLARON PRiCEs” Le Jnm. \ We believe this to be the greatest AT THIS LOW PRICE Here— right at the peak of the summer d/s W'/ \ arp adVHn<,n K rapidly. Cotton*\TJ Zdk^W ELufll - season—is a sale that makes it possible Jut .. doubled. Leather is advancing rap- / Aft, SiiQ ■iW tuM&?A&udHE* 3(1(1 BOVS’, AND MEN’S rfV ALLWOOL ! 41 , s || SWIM SUITS ll Pair “Poll Parrott” and “Star Brand” '..-1., 1 H 79 c Children’s Shoes 97 c iSpsJl S I I .bu Vail m and straps. Regular .*1.50 and S3 value. H C 9 Ual HI Hmm mt I H UK *Us iTTtTnTu - —= "■■"■ sail 19 V 1979 7 17c I ■1 I Entlre Stock of Summer RlLllLmUJMilillUiiilmiMlj WOMEN’S VAT.DYIP IJ BWash^ps^B I 10c jVL | j', ■I (f|C v" w I Clearance ail Our \ d%Qt* j||i|| (,'/ flA M 7T*T7‘ ..... I ■ l\\ ■ “TtLJ Better Summer ( °" C ||W|lfe 1 IfLA Vgl > fM , Wom<B * Pttre S,lk LB . TC mgHa AToiTs: ■ I Ouri 7 A pm, - FULL-FASHIONED H Alb L ' “.■“ al>ll 69c Wmdows 1/r l/j|Bj| ||A(tn |[\ Vs Every MM MM M f l .oo Jd iSP MmS mW \ t a y lp o f Mm 1 PAJAMAS 111 M t |l\\ y j jhit-njctuai#! #■ | 41 tTTypcß j'fSMI fftl HI I / ??Tvs.*¥ Cc I |n\\ f' s ' j® 1 I Sk 2d Floor. And *7/4r ■ ft J 3 place contested. He beat his opponent. Louis J. Harp, Lafayette, 4.663 to 1,481. Local unions cast their ballots from June 1 to July 1. Adolph Fritz of Indianapolis is secretary. Girl, 4, May Lose Life TERRE HAUTE. Ind., July 7. Isio Caughney, 4, Mt. Savage, Md.. received head injuries which may prove fatal when she fell through a second-story window at Tuller hotel here. THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES RETAIL boards named Committees Are Announced by Vice-President of Group. Committees have been announced by Clarence R. Green, vice-president of the Marion county division of the Associated Retailers of Indiana, to act on details of organization, as follows: Membership. Richard A. Graham, president of the organization, J. F. r O’Mahoney, William Anderson, Ed ward Dirks and Ernest Danner; public relations. Clarence R. Greene. Jack C. Carr, Arch Strong, J. Duane Dungan and James Milligan; legis lative, S. B. Walker, R. H. Losey, Reginald Garstang, L. F. Shuttle worth and A. C. Fritz. Looking for Work? New Help Wanted Ads start in the first edi tion in the morning at 10:30 and again in the Home Edition on sale at 2 p. m. UNION DRIVE IS URGED Barbers' leader Pleads for Strong Membership Campaign. James B. Shannessv, Barbers’ union president, spoke Thursday night at an organization meeting attended by approximately 300 rep resentatives of various Indianapolis labor unions. Shannessy urged waging a strong campaign among unorganized work ers for a larger membership in all unions. The meeting was held at Plumbers’ hall. 312 East Washing | ton street, and Robert Fox, presi ! dent of the Central Labor union, I presided. Two Shotguns Are Stolen Burglars who failed to find any money after they had broken into j the offices of the American Coal Company. 1065 West Twenty-fifth ! street early today, stole two shot guns valued at S4O. a radio valued at $39, towels and adhesive tape. The 1 thieves entered by a rear window. PAGE 9 PUT FINGER BACK ON Surgeons Toil to Graft Appendage to Baby's Hand. B<> United /Tr* PERU. Ind.. July 7.—Efforts to graft a mangled finger on to the hand of 1-year-old Ronald Hiers are being made by surgeons at Dukes Memorial hospital here. The finger was cut off when caught in the door of an automo bile.