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You Wouldn’t Drive a Buggy Like This ... or Be Caught Dead in J This ...
to So Why Wear Grandpa’s Heavy Suit? Enjoy the Lighter Side of 1 ''Life in 4 , \ From The Hecht Co. ... For Modern9 Active Men . r. ■ if* ..-.v »' ■' •.& S" ’ ' • . ? & High button shoes and heavy serge looked fine on grandpa. But the modern male likes light hearted, light shouldered freedom in his wardrobe. He likes the cool-under-the-collar feeling of Springweave (by famous Palm Beach). Breezeweight fabric is tailored with t the same style and careful fit you expect in the finest heavy woolen. The result is a suit that holds a crease like magic, hangs like a dream instead of a nightmare. It’s perfect I for today’s balmy weather or the rising Washington temperatures ahead. You’ll want i l to wear it from hot July until late Fall. And when you see The Hecht Co.’s collec § tion of interesting Springweave colors and patterns, you’ll bury your old “baggy knee" f tropicals in moth balls. A wide choice of browns, greys, blues. Solid shades and distinc ^ tive weaves. In single and double breasted models ... to fit every taste ... at Ths Hecht Co., Washington and Silver Spring! *Reg. T. M. Goodall-Senford, Inc. Fibre la blended of • line kid mohair, pure virgin wool, and two top-ouelltr rarone. Men’s Clothing, Second Floor, Washington; Street Floor, Silver Spring « The Heeht Co. Silver Spring Open Friday 12:30 to Washington Store Hours, 9:30 AM. to 6 P.M. \ The HeCht Co. WASHINGTON AND SILVER SPRING