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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, November 9, 19.4 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS MORTGAGE MONEY FARMERS X MERCHANTS TRUST 309 7th SI S 328-5548 SECOND MORTGAGES Rates as low as 14.98% Sinipl'1 Interest Cdi.fi now Up to S10 000 N bonuses 01 hiddun charges Pjy off dt anytime No prepd> merit penalty Enquiries Welcome; HOUSEHOLD REALTY Corporation Limited HOUSEHOLD FINANCE Corpnr itirin nf Pin jrH.. 506 4th Avenue South Lethbridge Phone 327-1511 B1 90 CONTRACTS DESIGN HOMES General contractor Design and build your home at lower cost Phone 328- 9525 4305-tf Farm and ranch painting. Farms and industrial spray painting done Also interior and exterior of house Phone 327-2046 1578-tf h AND K CONSTRUCTION Cement contractors Sidewalks, patios, driveways, floors Estimates Days 328-1468. evenings 327- 2627 9349-tf Ted Bingham Construction Custom Built Homes additions, rumpus rooms and renovations Phone 327 3284 4056-t ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS NO MAINTENANCE NO CHANGING PHONE JONES ROOFING. 328-5745 C1936-H Interior, exterior painting, smal1 carpentry jobs, roof repairs. Reasonable Phone Bill 328- 9743 4358-tf PRESTIGE HOMES AND CONSTR. Phone us for homes and home improvements, garages, rumpus rooms and all cement work Phone John 328-0147 or Harry 327- 0939. 756-tf Fences repaired, built Miscellaneous building Concrete patios, sidewalks drives steps chimneys. all repairs Jim 327-5087 328- 3983 7799-tf MURRAY FRY'S BOBCAT SERVICE Back hoeing, post hoe drilling, land- scaping, back filling, driveway, corral cleaning, rototilling. No job too small or too larae. 327-5817 2120-ti HANDY MAN SERVICES Serving home and industry. Garbage collection: yards, basements and garages cleaned Free estimates Phone 328-4592 2509-tf Contractor all repairs, renovations, lay blocks, bricks, fireplaces, stone laying, sidewalks, driveways, cement finishing, stuccoing, in house builder, small accepted 328-0266. 329- 4678 387-tt Trenching, plowing, hoeing, in- stallations and supplies. Prairie Ditching Company PHONE 327-8280 C24S3-H WANTED CONTRACT HAULING Prefer local Alberta, Saskatchewan Manitoba run. New tandem lease tractor. Phone 328-7353. 5026-11 BOX NUMBER REPLIES 128. 113. 108, 106, 96. 89. 76, 58. 49, 48 40 "PLIBIJC NOTICES! NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS In the Estate of HARRY DAN KOTCH. late of the village of Shaughnessy. in the Province of Alberta, Merchant, who died on the 16th day of December. 1973. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the Estate of the above named must We with the undersigned Solicitors by the 9th day of December A D 1974 a full state- ment of their claims and of securities held by them MESSRS. IVES' AND CARLETON Barristers and Solicitors. P O. Box 728. 324 7th Street South. Lethbridge. Alberta Being Solicitors for the Executor LIQUOR LICENSING ACT NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR DINING LOUNGE LICENSE PUBLIC NOTICE ts hereby given that the HOUSE OF WONG intends to apply !o The Alberta Liquor Control Board for a Dining Lounge License to. sell Beer and Wine by the glass for' consumption on tne premises described as 252-25i and 256 13th Street North Leihbr doe Alberta Objections 10 Application should be nade 4or'hwith 'o The Alberta Li- CJJOT CO-'TO. Board S3 cnlon. DATET 1 'b- ciae Alberta this T'h d3, October" 1974 HOUSE OF WONG. reel A f 071 PUBLIC NOTICE! NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT Or SOUTHERN JUDICIAL DISTRICT 0 'N THE ESTATE Or BEPT KOPMOS fgiso as BOPT R51 avbo ;he 25th Say o' October A D 1974 TfiKE MDTiCE that all persons having iigir-s the estate of the abcrve must Me with the undersigned Solicitors by 1hs 151h flay of ft Q 1974 gfyll tig rr 5 and ihcr- SPANOS MATlSZ PETA 424 7th Street South. Lethbr'dge, Alberta 'Solicitors for the Executrix) N23 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF MACLEOD IN THE ESTATE OF JOHN CHARLE: HOLROYD late of Twin Butte In the Province of Alberta, wno died on the 20th day of August AD 1974 TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate ol the above named muf t file with the underslgnec Solicitors by the 16th day o December 1974. a full statement o their claims and of securities held by them PATERSON AND NORTH 407 Mayor Magrath Drivp Lethbridge. Alberta Solic'tors for the Executrix N20 ST. MARY RIVER IRRIGATION DISTRICT TENDER FOR GRAVEL HAUL Tenders will be received by tins un- dersigned until 12 00 o'clock noon on November 20, 1974 for the loading and naulmg of approximately 11.000 12.000 cu. yds. of coarse gravel to various parts of the Main Canal from Chin to Horsefly Further information may be obtained from the Lethbridge office Tenders to be submitted on a per cubic yard basis Minimum daily delivery 600 yards. Work to com- mence shortly after close of tenders. The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted J. W. THIESSEN, P ENG Manager Box 278 LETHBRIDGE, Alberta N40 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE ESTATE OF WILLIAM JOHN MERTZ late of Stirling in the Province of Alberta, who died on the 24th day of September A D 1974 TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned Solicitors by the 16th day of December 1974. a full statement of their claims and of securities held by them. PATERSON AND NORTH 407 Mayor Magrath Drive Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for the Executors N27 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the Estate of BOB HOLTROP. late of the Town of Coaldale, in the Province of Alberta, who died on the 24th day of October, A D. 1974 TAKE NOTICE that ail persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned solicitor by the 20th day of December, AD. 1974. a full state- ment of their claims and of securities held by them ROMAN SCHOLDRA, ESQ. Barrister and Solicitor 535 13th Street North Letnbridge. Alberta T1H 2S6 Solicitor for the Executrix N35 NOTICE OF MEETING A meeting of the Shareholders of the East Carmangay Mutual Telephone Company will be held on the 27th day of November 1974 at 8.00 P M. in the Carmangay Village Office a! Car- mangay, Alberta to authorize the dis- bursements of the assets of the Com- pany Any claims against the assets of the Company will be dealt with at this date and any such claims must be fil- ed with the Secretary in writing on or before November 26th. 1974 No claims received after this date will be considered Dated on this 1st day of November. 1974 Eric C Collier. Secretary East Carmangay Mutual Telephone Go. Carmangay. Alberta N22 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN THE SURROGATE COURT OF SOUTHERN ALBERTA. JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF LETHBRIDGE In the Estate of William Schmidt, late of the Town of Coaldale. in the Province of Alberta who died on August 18th. 1974 Take notice that all persons having claims upon the estate of the above named must file with the undersigned by December 8th. 1974 a full state- ment of their claims and of securities leld by them LEONARD D. FAST Barrister Solicitor P.O Box 1360 Coaldale. Alberta Solicitor for the Executrix N15 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS n the Estate of DOROTHY VERA SINCLAIR, late of the City of .ethbridge. in the Province of Alber- a. Widow, who died on the 28th day of August. A D 1974. TAKE NOTICE that all persons having claims uoon the Estate of the above- named must file with the undersigned Solicitors by the 15th day of Jecember. A D 1974 3 full state- men! of their claims and of securities leld by them MESSRS. IVES AND CARLETON. Barristers and Solicitors P O Bo-! 723 -204 324 7th South LETHBRIDGE Alberta Being Solicitors for the N33 NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS IN "HE SUPPOGATE CO'JDT OF ALBERTA, JUDICIAL DISTRICT 0? LETi-'BPlDGE In "he Es'sle ol 0 ig'c, r V of Ca S'a'f- M CTI o'f of kfild McLAWS COMPANY Births, Deaths, In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks BIRTH TOTH Jerry and Monica Toth are happy to announce the arrival home of thei daughter, Tina Ann Marie born August 10, 1974 at St Michael's Hospital, weighing 2 Ibs. 5V4 ozs. Present weigh 5 Ibs. 7Vz ozs. Insured. 5361 DEATHS SMITH John M., beloved husband of Mrs. Lena Smith of Cardston, passed away on Friday, November 8th, 1974 a the age of 67 years. Mr. Smith was born and raised in Cardston and had farmed and ranched there for most of his life. Besides his loving wife Lena, he leaves to mourn his passing, three sons, Danton Mark of Lethbridge, Phillip Lee and John Randall of Card- ston, and two daughters Valerie and Diane both of Calgary; also two sisters Mrs.Kate Harwood of Cardston and Mrs. Helen Magarrall of Beaverlodge Requiem Mass will be said in St. Theresa's Roman Catholic Church Cardston on Monday November llth at 10-00 a.m. with Father Phillip Poulin as celebrant. Interment will follow in The Harrisville Cemetery. SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD. Cardston, Directors ol Funeral Service. C4231 LEUSINK The Lord in His Wisdom has taken our beloved daughter and sister Wilma unto Himself. In her final days she became very desirous to see Jesus. Passed away in Coaldale on Thur- sday, November 7th, 1974 following a lengthy illness, Miss Wilma Leusink, at the age of 23 years, beloved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Leusink of Coaldale The Funeral Service will be held at 1 p.m. on Tuesday, November 12th, 1974. in the Christian Reformed Church. Lethbridge, with Rev L. Mulder officiating. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Those who wish may pay their respects in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13 Street North or in the church from 12 noon until Service time. Those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society. 409 Canada Trust Bldg., MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of the Funeral Service. C4229 BODELL Passed away suddenly in the city on Thur- sday, November 7th. 1974, Mr. (Frank) Charles, Francis Bodell. at the age of 58 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Florence (Esther) Bodell of 1619 2 Ave. "A" North. Born, raised and educated in the Pincher Creek District, the late Mr. Bodell moved to Lethbridge in 1940 where he was employed by Silverwood Dairy retiring in 1971. He then worked as caretaker at the City Police Station until his passing. Besides his loving wife he is survived by two sons. Danny of Lethbridge and Dale of Calgary, two daughters, Mrs. J. A. r tn'a'r O' GtOPGt BPQWIJ ;'r n f tv, ,fl ,fr r- r v r r r. t D r. r. rj A f rr P c "J -I A D r e Q ici7fi n ji, MESSRS 'VES AMD CARLETOfJ DEATHS HUISMAN Funeral ser- vices were held on Wednesday October 30, 1974 for the late Mrs. Bertha Wilhelmina Huisman, in the Southminister United Church, with Rev. Kenneth Morris of- ficiating. Interment followed in the family plot of Archmount Memorial Gardens. Pallbearers were Bryan Huisman, Ken Huisman, Harry Dean Huisman, Rod Rutledge, Lawson Rutledge, and Bruce Schweigert. Funeral arrangements by Martin Bros Ltd. 5365 COVERDALE Passed away in the city on Thursday, November 7th, 1974 following a brief illness, Mr. Charles Claude Coverdale, at the age of 67 years of Foremost, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Clara Coverdale. Born and raised in the Lacombe District, the late Mr. Cover- dale moved to Lethbridge in 1927 where he operated a barber shop. In 1928 he moved to Foremost as a barber and expanded his business into a jewellry and appliance shop and Southern Alberta water well drilling. He was the first mayor of Foremost when it was incorporated as a village and was very active in civic affairs. He was a member of the Foremost Chamber of Commerce, Royal Canadian Legion. Elks Club No. 223, Lions Club, Masonic Lodge AF and AM, Lethbridge Shrine Club and Al Azhar Temple Calgary. He is surviv- ed by one son, Mr. Richard (Dick) Coverdale of Foremost; three daughters, Mrs. A. (Joyce) Ervin and Mrs. B. (Carol) Roberts, both of Lethbridge, Mrs. R. (Isobel) Karl of Foremost; fourteen grandchildren; one brother, Mr. Harry G. (Curly) Coverdale of Lacombe. He was predeceased by his wife on May 7th, 1974, also by one brother. The Funeral Service was held at 3 p.m. on Satur- day. November 9th. 1974, in McKillop United Church, Lethbridge. Rev. Robert D. Mitchell officiated. Interment followed in the family plot Mountain View Cemetery. The active pallbearers were: Ed Gilmore. Mike Meroniuk. Marvin Hougen. Harry Calhoun. Gil Mehlen and George Druhan. The Honorary Pallbearers were: Dr. Brit Hunt, Art Frankish, Slim Hagen. Nick Wolfe, Felix Harty, Dave Brown. Harry Boyce, Frank Walker and Harold Torgerson. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C4230 IN MEMORIAMS TOMASTA In loving memory of mother and grand- mother. Teresa who passed away November 7. 1965. Beautiful thoughts of one so dear. Treasured forever with love sincere Deep in our hearts your memory is kept. We loved you too dearly to ever forget. remembered by Pat. Joe and children. 5307 BAXTER, MARY In lov- ing memory of a dear Mother who passed away November 10. 1964. God took a lovely sunset and the melody of song, The peacefulness of dawning When night has been too long The softness of a summer The gold at rainbow's end. The beauty of a garden And the comfort of a friend. He loaned His unclerslan- ,'s'te, Strength and endurance, (oo And these plus patience, Mother. He fashioned into you He'll ne'er destroy the sunset Or the splash of the incom- ing tide So as long as God's in His heavm, 111 know you're by my side Ever remembered, so sadly missed by daughter Mickey 5305 IN MEMORIAMS HUGHES In memory of my dear wife, Alice, who passed away November 3, 1962. remembered by her family. 5363 KOSHNEY In loving memory of Al Koshney who passed away November 9, 1965. In life he lived for those he loved, and those who loved him remember. remembered by Mom, brothers, and sisters. 5364 BEARD In loving memory of a dear husband and father, Fred, who passed away November 9, 1973. Those we love go out of sight, But never out of mind, For they are cherished in the hearts Of those they left behind. remembered by his wife Daisy and daughter Grace. 5310 WILLS In loving memory of a dear son and brother, William Esdale, who passed away November 10, 1969. Like falling leaves the years pass by, But love and memories never die, Precious forever are memories of you, Today, tomorrow and all life through. remembered and sadly missed by his mother, brothers and sisters. 5306 COMAI In loving memory of a dear husband, Joseph, who passed away November 10, 1972. No length of time can take away My thoughts of you from day to day Though absent you are always near Still loved still missed Still very dear Nel 1'eEterno Suo riposo dona "0 Signore" La luce perpetua remembered by wife, Luigina Comai 5308 MEGELLA In loving memory of Micheal Megella who passed away Nov. 10, 1968. No one knows the sorrow we share When our family meets and you're not there The tears in our eyes we can wipe away But the ache in our hearts will always stay, We who loved you, we will never forget. missed by his wife Helen, son George and daughter Mary and families. 5309 CARDS OF THANKS SCOTTON We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks to all who have comforted us in our recent bereavement. Thank you all for the flowers, cards, food and words of sympathy. Thank you to the Christensen Salmon Funeral Home for their courteous and efficient Service and Bev. 5236-9 TOMN I wish to thank the doctors and the nurses on the second floor of Lethbridge Municipal Hospital, who attended to me during my stay there. Also to the relatives, friends, and neighbors for their visits in the Lethbridge and Calgary hospitals and for their concern and cards Tonin 5303 MEHALKO We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks and gratitude to our relatives, fnends and neighbors for their kindness, floral tributes and cards of sympathy dunng the recent passing of our father A spfnal thank you to the acting pallbearers. Father Zuback and the ladies who helped with the lunch and to Martin Bros Family 5304 CARDS OF THANKS TRCKA We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks to the doctors of the Picture Butte Clinic; to the relatives and friends who sent flowers; to the pallbearers and Martin Bros. Special thanks to Rev. Father Vornbrock and Rev. Father Carroll. and nephews of Kaspar Trcka. 4781 McLEOD A special thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff of the Lethbridge Municipal Hospital for their kindness and care given dur- ing my operation and recovery. Thanks also to my relatives and friends for their visits, phone calls, cards and gifts. It was all greatly appreciated by my family and me. McLeod 5362 SHERMAN We wish to extend our sincere thanks to our relatives and the many friends who, by word and deed, helped us through a very difficult time. Every card, gift of food, visit and phone call was greatly appreciated. Our thanks, too, for the many charitable donations made in memory of Rick. God bless you all. and Jesse Sherman 5329 SINCLAIR How do you say thank you to your friends and relations when they give you an abundance to make your 25th Anniversary party such a success? Thanks to all the people for their time, gifts and cards. Also a special thanks to Helen and Julius Schlacter from Bow Island for their very enjoyable music. and George Sinclair 5301 REID We wish to express our heartful thanks and appreciation to the doctors and nurses at the Municipal Hospital and the Third Floor at the Auxiliary Hospital; to all our friends, neighbors and relatives for their many acts of kindness, messages of sym- pathy and floral tributes in the passing of our dear mother and grandmother. A very special thanks to the women of the U.C.W. of First United Church and Laurel Chapter No. 43, O.E.S. Bruce and family Rayma and boys 5348 MOSS We as a family wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to our many friends for their thoughtful expressions of sympathy during our recent bereavement. For flowers to the house and funeral, cards, letters, prayers, food, donations to the Memorial Fund and so many acts of kindness. A special thank you to the pallbearers, the choir and the ladies who served the lunch and all who helped in anv wav. May God bless you and Brenda Moss. Tom and Caran Moss, Beth and Don MacLean. Harry and Judy- Moss, Marilyn and Jay Peterson. 5316 HUISMAN We the family of the late Bertha Huisman wish to express our heartfelt thanks to the doctors and the nurses in emergency of the St. Michael's Hospital, to the Police and Fire Department for their assistance. We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to our relatives, friends and neighbors for their thoughtful acts of kindness, expressions of sympathy, cards, letters and floral tributes. Special thanks to Rev Ken Morris for his consoling words and spir- tual comfort and Stan Johnson. John and Carol Huisman. Glenn and children 5302 WILL BE SEEDS CHATHAM, Ont (CP) The results of an industry- wide survey conducted by the Canadian Seed Trade Associa- tion indicate that there is enough of No 1 and No. 2 quality seeds to plant the 1975 corn crop in Canada, the association said Thursday. PM paves way for provincial consultation OTTAWA (CP) As Prime Minister Trudeau shuffles personnel in his own office and the adjoining Privy Coun- cil Office his over- riding concern is said to be increased consultation with Uie provinces. This was pledged in the throne speech which opened the current session of Parliament. Shortly' after Parliament opened, Mr. Trudeau ap- pointed Privy Council Clerk Gordon Robertson, to head a special federal provincial group in the PCO. And now, sources say, Mr. Trudeau is planning to bring the third Robert Bryce to strengthen the federal- provincial operation. The Privy Council office is basically a support depart- ment for the prime minister's office. Mr. Bryce, 64, was Clerk of the Privy Council before Mr. Robertson. He became deputy finance minister before re- joining the PCO as a special adviser on the constitution. After the constitutional talks with the provinces floundered in 1971, Mr. Bryce became Canadian director of the International Monetary Fund in Washington. Sources say Mr. Bryce will nave special responsibilities for the West, overseeing im- plementation of recommen- dations formed at the 1973 Western Economic Op- portunities Conference in Calgary. This will mean that two for- mer Privy Council job also includes being secre- tary to the be working under the wing of the new clerk, 37-year-old Michael Pitfield. But with the obvious up- grading of the federal-provin- cial secretariat, sources say that the PCO is in effect being restructured. Mr. Robertson, with the rank of deputy minister, will be running his own show under the prime minister. Sources say Mr. Bryce, in his own specialized area, also will have a relatively free hand. Mr. Robertson, who retains the major influence in recom- mending senior public service appointments to Mr. Trudeau, was said to have been in- strumental in attracting Mr. Bryce back to the PCO. It was not known im- mediately when the appoint- ment would be announced. Rhodesia survives sanctions SALISBURY. Rhodesia up a new model in neighbor- (Reuter) "Specially im- ing South Africa must pay a 40-per-cent import duty and ported from America- beautiful printed American cotton says a promi- nent sign in the window of one of Salisbury's biggest depart- ment stores. The notice is a clear indica- tion that United Nations economic sanctions have fail- ed to make any drastic altera- tion to Rhodesia's pattern of spending, let alone to bring the country to its knees. not resell it for two years. The root cause of this and other shortages seems not to be sanctions but foreign ex- change difficulties produced by world hostility to Rhode- sian products. Companies receive a fixed foreign currency allocation and a sudden run on a product can whittle this away to nothing. The fact that sanctions have Other window displays in failed to bite is due in no small the same store tell a similar part to Rhodesia's neighbors, story. Lengths of cloth im- South Africa and the Por- ported from Switzerland are on offer, as well as shoes from tuguese East African territory of Mozambique, Europe, "the latest in fashion which have chosen to ignore for summer 74." the UN call. Sanctions were imposed on Many of Rhodesia's exports Rhodesia after the country, and imports travel by rail to ruled by a white minority, and from the Mozambique declared itself independent of ports Of Beira and Lourenco Britain in 1965 but the unin- Marques, while others move formed visitor might never guess this is supposed to be a beleaguered country. At the movies there is a choice from some of the big- gest international box office successes of Sting, The Great Gatsby or The 'Three Musketeers. WATCH TOM JONES During the country's recent general election the televised results were interspersed with The Tom Jones Show. Other imported television attractions include Peyton Place' and Civilization, one of Britain's most successful cultural programs. Go into a Salisbury book- shop and ask for a newly published work, such as Alex- ander Solzhenytsin's Gulag Archipelago, and an assistant will point to a huge stack of the volume. The shelves are lined with VICTORIA (CP) In a precedent setting move, the provincial government is tak- ing a Victoria used-car dealer to court for having "engaged in a deceptive act or prac- tice." Palm Motors Ltd. is being charged under the Trade Practices Act, passed by the B.C. legislature dunng the by road and air from South Africa. But this may change dra- matically in the near future if black government in Mozambique closes the fron- .tier with Rhodesia. This would make the country far more dependent on South Africa and the more expensive routes to the apartheid republic would increase domestic inflation and make the foreign ex- change position more diffi- cult. Government takes dealer to court books on every subject, the great majority of them printed in Britain. But underneath the surface all is not quite normal. For one thing, consumer durables tend to be expensive. When buying a radio or record player the choice of make is limited, with most of those on offer bearing Japanese brand names. Clothes for both men and women tend to be utilitarian, although a few shops cater for he latest fads, including the 1920s "Gatsby look SOME OWE GOODS SCARCE Some luxuries are per- manently scarce, such as scotch whisky and new cars If 'ou approach a Salisbury car dealer and ask to buy a new model he will explain that here is a waiting list of between two and three years The dealer explains that the government sets fixed annual quotas for new imported cars, while anv Rhodesian picking spring session. The charge has been laid on behalf of a William Switley of nearby Saanich. by the consumer ser- vices department's director of trade practices DIVORCE RATE UP WASHINGTON (AP) The United States divorce rale has increased as much in the last four years as it did in the en- tire previous decade, the cen- sus bureau said Thursday It also said more yqjing people are not getting mamed at all. ;