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FOR D1AMV Adjutant General Associa tion Also Seeks $7,000,000 for Camp Fund. , A request for $2,000,000 to construct a National Guard armory In the Dis trict was included in a resolution adopted by the Adjutant General As sociation at its convention in Nash ville, Tenn. The resolution was in troduced by Maj. Gen. Milton A. Reckord, commanding officer of the Maryland National Guard and the 29th Division. The resolution also calls for $7. 000.000 to be appropriated for use in completing training camps. The re quest will be presented to Secretary Ickes, asking that the total sum of $9,000,000 be alloted from Public Works Administration funds, and if necessary, the officers agreed to carry the matter to President Roosevelt. The present construction of National Guard training camps, which has been effected with P. W. A. funds, Is ap proximately 90 per cent completed, Maj. James A. Dorst of the National Guard Bureau in the War Department stated. The resolution adopted is: "Resolved that the officers of this association in conjunction with the officers of the National Guard Asso ciation of the United States be di rected to wait upon Secretary Ickes and, if necessary, the President of the United States in an effort to secure $9,000,000 from P. W. A. funds now available or hereafter to be made available, approximately $7,000,000 of which will be expended in completing the training camps and $2,000.000 for the construction of an armory of the National Guard of the District of Columbia." Horses Given Right of Way. CHICAGO UP).—The horse is still king in Chicago's parks. The general ordinance of the park district recently adopted says: "Pedestrians, automobiles, busses and bicycles must stop and make way for the horse, wherever the oridle paths cross driveways or walks." OCTOBER IS Hecht Month Younger Men's 2-TROUSER SUITS or WINTER O'COATS Eze-Swing and Sport-Back suits with patch pockets ... a swagger campus note, in single or double breasted models. New all-wool fabrics too numerous to list. Sizes 15 to 22 years (31 to 38 chest). Heavy double-breasted raglan or guards overcoats, military style with a full belt. Splendidly tailored and trim· med. Siezs 13 to 20 years. V VARSITY SLACKS $3.95 ι A super?value for Hecht month. Long wear ing collegiate corduroy# in navy, brown and tan. Side buckles, wide drape pleats and plenty of belt loops. Sizes 12 to 20 years. Younger Men s Shop THE HECHT CO. Take the Escalator to Second Floor 1 r Μ ϋΙΗ A $16.93 GIVE THEM THAT ^Dvut- ! Φ IN BRITISH TYPE COATS ν1 £ IV ^CV\ Λ. Velvet-collared brown or pwn tweed coat. 12 to 18 95 yrs. « B. Chicked wool fleece overcott. Gray, tan, brown. 3 to C. Hat, coat and leggings of brown or blue ruede cloth. 2 βΐ Q QC to 44 yrs ΦΧΟ.^Ο D. Brown or blue Kemp tweed 3-pc. set. Wool lined. 3 to δ yrs. ™ * E. Checked wool coet and hat in tan or green. Sizes 7 to F. Blue, green or brown Kemp tweed hat and wool-lined QJ coat. 3 to 6 " * G. Cravanetted blue or brown wool with Alaska Seal. 1 510 q to 3 yrs φΧΟ.^Ο Η. Velvet-collared coat and beret of navy blue cheviot. 7 ο to 10 yrs ™ I. Hat and velvet bound coat of Kemp tweed. Sizes 3 Ç K. All-wool checked overcoat in tan. brown or gray. 11 CIO to 20 yrs ®16, 75 •Stcond Floor. The Hecht Co.) S 14.95 F $10.95 J. "Germani*" checked wool over coat for boys 4 to 10 QQ yrs. Ε S 10.95 G $13.95 sizes, (Second Floor. The Hecht Co.) Sorry, No Phone or Mail Orders BOYS'& GIRLS'SHOES Every pair reduced from higher price—tomorrow only! Kihv Tongs, Shark and Wing-Tip Oxfords, Meccasins, Strap Pumps of black or brown elk or kid leather . . . also patent leather. All solid leather Goodvear welt soles.