Daily News from New York, New York on August 22, 1934 · 162
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Daily News from New York, New York · 162

New York, New York
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Wednesday, August 22, 1934
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14 DAILY NEWS, WEDNESDAY; AUGUST 22,? 1934 Sheriff Attaches j Shop Closed as Protest to NRA Richard Ulram'i protest against the NRA yesterday by closing his Jersey City barber shop rather Richard I'lram, the barber with the heaviest eyebrows in the orld, w ho has closed his shop because of the NRA code, than submit to code price regulations lost some of its seeming audacity last night when it became Inovvn that U Irani had no legal choice. Two minutes after he locked up the shop, apparently in voluntary protest, a constable lacked a writ ef attachment on the door. The vrit was for SI 28.10, representing claim for back wages of Nicholas ; Heiser, a former employe. Heiser claimed $93.60 was due him for overtime hours he put in at Ulram's shop above the 48-hour I minimum working week allowed by the code. Ulram's version, when he locked the door, was that he could not make a living if he charged the i code price of 50 cents for a hair cut and 25 cents for a shave in a poor neighborhood. I can open only when i can charge 30 cents for a haircut and 20 cents for a shave," he said. Ulram recently appealed to Gen. Johnson for protection against "the persecution of State code authori ties. His case, it was believed, was discussed yesterday in Washington when Johnson talked with Gov. A. Harry Moore of New Jersey on the relation of state and r ederal codes. Ehret Grandson, Student Flier, Killed in Crash Norwalk, Conn., Aug. 21 (U.R). Louis B. Conley Jr., 28, of Nor walk and New York, a grandson of the late millionaire brewer, George Ehret, was killed today when he attempted a practice landing at Norwalk airport. Conley, who purchased the plane two weeks ago and was training for a pilot's license, died at Nor walk Hospital shortly after he had been taken from the wreckage. Conley s .New loik home was at 5 E. 96th St. The pilot's father was the late Col. Louis Conley of the old 69th Regiment, New York National Guard. He left a wife, the for mer Catherine Schumann of Brooklyn. Witnesses said Conlev apparent ly banked too sharply in circling preparatory to landing. ' X Complete with Tubes for this Regular $49.50 - J , ii kit i) ::. ? -vf I f ' : U 5i n "V : s 1 ! 4i Vii ; 1 i ,.i V-1 : I. fty , , l t "If V, ,. ! -ft' :' r.J fess in HALF PMUCE Only 1.50 Donn Zudiciff Bauman Price 'Art Cath Price; the Onlw Charge for Credit U a Jtenth. s REMEMBER Tfier It Only ONE ILueWIG lAUMMN 35th Street EIGHTH AVENUE 36 Streef JAMAICA. Merrick Rd. & Jomoico Ave 144 W. 25 STKEET, Bet. 7ih & lenoa WASHINGTON HT5.. 650 W. 18 St' DOWNTOWN. 41 Cortiondt Street BROOKIVN. Hoyt & tlvlngston 5918 3d AVE.. Bet. 151 & 152 Sts. 100 I. 42 ST.. Opp. Grond Cenlrol NEWARK, 5S1 BroodSl-cor.Cenlrol Open Wcfliitvsclay IVight Till 9 o'clock I I h rj"Lan m . . I K-JMWWF1BNU'i.W'.'.4ll.?t.WWl.WWW iiM.-it.JwcNri- ' , , , ... I I I I IT 1 I" il- ' 1 1 1 Triri ' Tin I lliivii Bi iinij i . . - - i f jfe - it ' wow ft f 1 Ben n ffiti--, Jkih.fe&.afe i "y,c" ' Kii fiifilBnni i iiiitonith(ftfiiiiiiiMiiiii 'nuini.it m m)ih limlii iiii , i -jfirTiflHnnrtrtnwimrwihm fiiTnir- Turf- itiitf rnwit-i niMwnfirTrrm'irt--" rm SOLID OAK! . . . with Host Armchair ITTE We bought 'way ahead and bought big quantities to bring the August Sale price down so low. Every inch is solid oak! Armchair and three side chairs included. Table is exceptionally sturdy and provides ample space for six. 1 DOflA DELIVERS u Hiiiinmmimii j nh t 6 ricQi III ' 8:-?- Ill- ; 1 1 I " fMtll"-'Hrf'"'"--- I'llj V I , i ; , effects in b- ' "J ff V.. ' . ri'cs are i'' J F t or ja , ...I him 'miirnii I ill 1 HI 'II'" Iff" III ll'ffl'TI ' mmmm Pincli-Ploated! Ready to Hang! Stunning Fall Colors! Repp rapes j. 5 Regularly $8.49 Specially Sale-Priced at Baving. Interesting texture in handsome spiral repp. 50" wide. Finished length" 2 yards. Patented non- sag lining. Blue, Gold, Green, Red, Rust, Wood-rose. OPEN AIV "L. B. ACCOUNT

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