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Employment Increases By 700,000 in Month i. The Oovernment reported yesterday that civilian em-, ployment increased by nearly’ 300,000 between mid-September and mid-October. The mid-October figure was 65.306.000 compared to 64,- 629,000 a month earlier. Em ployment was below the 66,005,- 000 of a year ago, although far above the recession bottom of 61.988,000 of last! February. Thf Commerce Department released the .information al 1 ■ •" ." —.—■— 1 '■ 1— AIL/I IIBCIIT CO. STORES _ . ■ 1 w , # 5 " "’ <•'* r . \T • ' v '' Ss ' v —— —— *|j ' GtCOMPACrIic^'.FOUtTfUS W 1 C-E “DESICNeLhIES/ 2!"* TV . C-E FILTER-FIX) WASHER g-i Li.* iin ir p «y w * 61 Li,t 010.9.5 poy Ju,t * «-* Li,t 91 Q. 95 lntlud *‘ Bormal iß,t# " a,io " 149.95 1 Ly' sll Monthly # 269.95 sl4 Monthly # 259.95 A X ond 1-yt. sorvie. 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IWwvrmv •«- +> ■&.- .vOOnO* oo*s-H*-Avy. ■■ *»Cv. • - A < /■-■ .eo+Ad**- v r -.*«■/.ji’l dj V t WE’RE HERE BECAUSE YOU’RE HERE A / \% A Ml roidt lead to The Herht Co.'i new Prince Genrge'i / \ / 11 / iC Plan »tore . . lorited ot the interiertion of yiiennn / \ I i| Chapel ind Coleiville Bo«d» on Maryland Route 410. i PRINCE GEORGE’S PLAZA jj J„„,„ m -==f\J THE\ A . . . MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3rd 7 ‘ 1 Tomorrow's the big day! Be the first in the new store at 11 o m Costumed / .s+' COi hostesses in Paris pink will greet you with brochures telling all about the *' * 1 /f exciting store. Balloons for the children! Come! j " B.! * ** / 41 f k l: most a week ahead of schedule because President Eisenhower .disclosed some of the key flg • ures in his Baltimore speech Friday night to publicize the i improved job picture. As the President said, unem ■; ployment declined about 300,- ■ 000 from mid-September to 1 mid-October. The department 1 said 3.805.000 workers were • without jobs, down from 4,111,- ■ 000 in September but still top ping the year-ago level of 2,- 508,000. Unemployment rose to 5,537,000 last June. Secretary of Commerce Weeks said the decline of 1,-j 489,000 in unemployment from . July to October was the sharp . est drop for those three months in any peacetime year since World War 11. i Improvement in the job sit . uation went beyond the nor mal seasonal swing, the de partment said, pointing up a decline in unemployment of factory workers. i Employment in agriculture was reported at 6,404,000 in mid-October, compared with 6.191.000 a month before and 6,837,000 a year earlier. Non- i agricultural employment, the THE SUNDAY STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C., NOVEMBER 2, 1958 department said, stood at 58,- 902,000. compared with 58,438,- 000 the month before and 59,168,000 a year earlier. j I ; 1 Iwo Flag Hcnors To End Seaso: The last of the season s low ering of the colors ceremonies at the Iwo Jlma Memorial in Arlington will be held Tuesday at 4:30 p.m. Participating in the last ren dition of the traditional honors will be the Marine Drum and i Bugle Corps and troops from the Ceremonial Guard Com- • i pany at the Marine Barracks, Eighth and I streets S.E. Bloodmobile ■ Schedule Set : During the past week the Washington Regional Blood Center distributed a total of 1,730 pints of blood in the Dis-i trict of Columbia and the com munities covered by the blood mobiles in Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia. In the District 789 pints were distributed. 325 in Mary land. 360 in Virginia, 73 in West • Virginia and 183 outside the area. In addition to the regular ; weekly bloodmobile schedule for I collections, Red Cross donors 1 may give at the Washington 1 Hospital Center Blood Bank, First street and Michigan ave- , nue N.W., 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., i Mondays through Fridays: Freedmen’s Hospital. 9 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. and 6 to 8 p.m., Mon days through Fridays and Sun day from 2 to 5 p.m.; Walter Reed Hospital, Mondays through Fridays, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and on Tuesday evenings from 7 to 9: the Washington Regional Blood Center, 2025 E street N.W., Monday 1 to 8:45 p.m.j and Tuesday through Friday 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; the Clinical Blood Center, National Insti tutes of Health, Bethesda, Md., 8:30 a m. to 3:30 pjn., Mondays through Fridays (call Oliver 6-4000. Extension 4506, for ap pointment). The bloodmobiles are sched uled to make the following visits during the coming week: r Monday—Washington County chap -1 ter, Maryland State Reformatory, j Breathedsvllle, Md.. 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 'Z to 4:45 p.m ; Montgomery County Chapter, Church of the Blessed Sacra ; ment. Western avenue and Quesada i street N.W, !* to 6:45 p m Tuesday—D. C Chapter. Navy An nex. Arlington, Va o:.‘tO am. to .’Lift p.m: Arlington County Chapter. Port; Myer Rym, Arlington, Va . lo am. to ! 3:45 p m. Wednesday—D. C Chapter, Pentagon, i Choral Room on Concourse. i*:dO am.: to 'ia 15 p.m : D C. Chapter. Maim •Navy. Constitution avenue at 18th street. Room 2541. 6:30 am. to 2:45 p m ;#D C Chapter, Evening Star Club Room. 11 !h street and Pennsylvania avenue N.W., ID am. to 3:45 p.m. Thursday Fauquier County Chapter, Fire House. Marshall. Va •<» ■» m to ’ 45 p.m.: Fauauier County Chapter: l Fire House, Remington, js. , iu a m to 2:45 p m.; Fairfax County Chapter. Building NN-5P Fori Beivo.;. Va , ..(j a.m. to 3:15 p m Friday—D. C Chapter. Bureau of Engraving and Printing Office 14th and D streets N.W., ID a m L 3:45 p."v; Berkeley County Chapter. Veterans Ad« i ministration Center, Marunsbu g. W. I Va., 10 a.m. to 3:45 p m. ! ( Su ’t* & Drissis VJII Altered— Shortened 42 YEARS’ EXPERIENCE Bikimfpis 11th st. N.W. A-29