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Friday, June 25, 1965 THE PROGRI=bb--b Changes Are Explained.Somewh: t By JOHN J. ECKHART "THE CHURCH'S WORSHIP," by Rev. J. D. Crichton, Sheed & Ward, 240 pp., $5.00. HE subtitle more correctly assesses the content of this effort: "Considerations on the Liturgical Constitution of the Second Vatican Council." This document, perhaps more than any other coming out of this council, most closely af- fects the life of the "Holy Peo- ple of God" -- us. If we {ire upset over the liturgical changes, we should read this book. If we feel the laity have never been con- sulted about liturgical changes, even after the many protestations that these changes are all so the "laity" may better enter into the mystery of the liturgy, then read this book. It probably won't change your mind, but it may help you to under- stand and accept what is good for you. The actual wording of the various chapters and sections of the Constitution on Liturgy is relatively broad and general. There are many statements that say only such things as "rites should be distinguished by no- ble simplicity," and phrases like, "made more meaningful," none of which pinpoint major changes that are to be made. We are to remember another result of the Council is the re- emphasis on the collegiality of the Bishops. The implementa- tion of the liturgical changes, on the diocesan level, has been left to the various conferences, or associations of ordinaries throughout the world. But it should still be of more than passing interest to read exactly what the Council prescribes. For instance, the Council Fathers state in Chapter I, sec- tion 3 "T h o u g h existing special exemptions are to remain in force, the use of the Latin language is to be preserved in the Latin rites." They go on to mention the existing exemptions, and also indicate the possible limits of employment. Now about this particular book. Father James Crichton is an English priest, ordained in 1932. He ts quite obviously not a child, and has put away the things of a child. With only a few exceptions, in my child- like opinion, he has written a lucid, intelligent, and liberal commentary on the constitution. Developments of the past year indicate further that he has made the correct interpretation of the spirit of the Constitu- tion. In more instances than not, he applies the liberal, and per- haps ultimate meaning to the generalities of the document. Where the Constitution might state such and such a practice "may" be instituted, or extend- Feature Films On Television Rellingham KING.'IV (NBC) Channel $ KVOTV Channel 12 KIRO-TV (CBS) Channel ? Taooma Seattle KTNT-TV (CBS) Channel 11 KOMO-TV (ABC) Channel 4 KTVW-TV Channel 13 MOTION PICTURE CLASSIFICATION BY NATIONAL LEGION OF DECENCY: A-I--Morally Unobjectionable for General Patronage; A-II--Morally Unobjectionable for Adults and Adolescantu; A-III--Morally Unobjectionable for Adults: A-IV--Morally Unobjectionable for Adults, with reservations; B--Morally Objectionable in Part for All; C--Condemned; NR--No Rating Available. (Nott: Tbt ratings listed below were those given the original movies. Most filnis be/ore being shown on tele- vision are edited to con/otto to the television code and to the indiid,al station's time schedMe. For this reason, objectionable parts contained in the original plot may be aeteted in the tdevision I, erston and thxs the original Legion rating mat not be #ntird7 correct.) SATURDAY, JUNE 26 I:00 pm--KING-TV--Thunder Over the Plains ............................ A-1 and Crlss Cross .......................................... B $:30 pm--KTVW-TV--Gay Falcon ......................................... A-2 n:00 pm--KTVW-TV--Crossflre ....................................... . ..... A-2 9:00 pm--KTNT-TV--The Woman Eater ................................... A-2 and House of Horrors ................................... A-2 9:e0 pm--KVOS.TV--Brlght Leaf ............................................. B 110:$0 pm--KING-TV--Zlegfleld Girl ......................................... A-2 11:00 pm--KVOS-TV--Savage Wilderness .................................. NR 11:00 pm--KIRO-TV--AII At Sea ........................................... A-1 12:30 am--KIRO-TV--True to Life ........................................ A-1 !:00 am--KVOS.TV--The Gamma People .................................. A-2 I SUNDAY, JUNE 27 i:00 pm--KVOS.TV--BaItle of the Sexes .................................... A-2 2:30 pm--KIRO-TV--Ruggles of Red Gup ................................. A-1 3:00 pm--KVOS-TV--Run For Cover ......................................... B 4:00 pm--KIRO-TV--The Steel Trap ........................................ A-2 4:30 pm--KTNT-TV--Capflve Girl ........................................... A-1 4:30 pm--KTVW-TV--Oestlnatlon Murder ................................... a 7:00 pm--KTNT-TV--Tarawa aeachhead .................................... A-] 7:00 pm--KTVW-TV--Whlte Tower .......................................... A-1 and Fugitives for a Night ............................... A-1 9:00 pnt--KOMO-TV--Petty Girl .............................................. B MONDAY, JUNE 28 !1:30 am--KVO$-TV--The Conspirators ...................................... A-2 2:00 pm--KTNT-TV--TalIspln ................................................ B s:30 pm--KVOS-TV--Bounty Hunter ........................................ A-1 7:00pm--KTVW-TV--Glrl In Every Pert .................................... B 7:00 PKIRO-TV--I Married A Woman .................................. A-2 9:00 pmKVOS.TV--LoRe Star ................................ . ............ A-I 10:15 Pm--KTVW-TV--Jungle Cavalcade (documentary) .................... A-1 11:00pm--KVO$.TV--I Died A Thousand Times ........................... A-2 |1:20 Pm--KIRO.TV--The Easy Way ........................................ NR TUESDAY, JUNE 29 i1:30 am--KVOS.TV--The Consglrators ..................................... A-2 2:00 Pm--KTNT-TV--TalIspIn ...; ............................................ B 2:30pm--KTVW-TV--Flve Came Back ..................................... A-2 3:30 pm--KING-TV--The 49th Man .. ........................................ A-1 5:30 Pm--KVOS-TV--Tarzan's Hidden Jungle ............................... A-2 9:00 pm--KING-TV--East of Edn ............ . ............................. A-2 10:00 pm--KTVW-TV--The Threat .............................. . II:00pm--KVOS-TV--Tha Steel Cage ........... A 2 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30 2:00pm--KTNT-TV--My Little Chickadee ................................... B 3:30 Pm--KING-TV--The Pathfinder ........................................ A-1 S:30 pKVOS.TV--Charge of the Lancers ................................ A-2 9:00pm.--KING-TV--ThIs Could Be The Night .............................. B 10:00pm--KTVW-TV--Look Who's Laughing ................................ A-1 11:00 pm--KVOS.TV--Rhapsody In Blue ............................... .....A-2 i1:20 Pm--KIRO.TV.-Shack Out on 101 ...........................  ........... B THURSDAY, JULY 1 2:30 pm--KTVW.TV--Annabel Takes A Tour .............................. A-I 3:30 pm--KING.TV--The Big Heat ........................................... B 5:30 PKVOS-TVrlmlnal Lawyer ...................................... A-2 10:00 Pm---KTVW-TV--Sealed argo ......................................... A-! : I:00 pm--KVOS.TV--CarnlvarStory ............ . ............................ B 11:30 pm--KIRO-TV--The Wrong Man ....................................... A-1 12:43amKVOS.TV--Fllght From Destiny .................................. A-2 FRIDAY, JULY 3 2:00pm--KTNS-TV--Slns of Jezebel ......................................... B 3:30 pm--KTVW-TV--$ued For Libel ....................................... A-t 3:30 Pm--KING.TV--Carson City ....................................... ':...A-1 5:30pKVOS.TV--AI Jennlngs In Oklahoma ............................. A-2 7:00 pm--KIRO.TV--aroken Lance ........................................ A-2 10:00 Pm--KTVW.TV--Flrst Yank in Tokyo .................................. A-2 11:00 pmKVOS.TV-.-My Six Convicts ...................................... A-2 11:20 pm--KIRO-TV--House on Haunted Hill ................................ A-2 12:45 am--KVOS.TV--Combat Squad ............. . .................... . ..... A-1 This Review Sponsored By I The Preferred Wine For FISH The Christian Brothers, Napa, California ed, the author takes the mean- ing to be that the practice "is" to be instituted or extended. But taken in entirety, his explanations make 20th Cen- tury ecclesiological sense. His format is logical and easily handled. The first sec- tion of a chapter is the appro- priate Constitutional chapter as written by the Fathers. This is followed by a point by point discussion of the Constitution in the light of Father Crichton's long association with matters liturgical., (Since 1951 he has been editor of the quarterly "Liturgy.") Because we, the lay people, are so intimately concerned with the changes at Mass, the possible future changes as they relate to the liturgical year, saint's feast days, Bible read- ings, and a host of contemplat- ed rearrangements, it seems an almost necessary condition that we read the Constitution. In so doing we can make our own judgments as to how far out own American Church is going to go in the imple- mentation of the Conciliar vote on the liturgy. This is an adequate presenta- tion, especially if we overlook the author's natural affection for the liturgy of the Anglican Church. SATURDAY, JUNE 26 6:30-7:00 a.m., The Hour of the Cruci- fied, KTLN, Olympia, 9 on the dlal, and KITI, Centralla-ChedalIs, 1420 on the dial. 10:00 p.m., Sacred Nearl Program, New Series on "Ours Is a Social Worship," SUNDAY, JUNE 27 4:30-7:0g Lm., The Hour If I' Crtlcl. fled, KVI, seanle, 570 on radio dial. 7:30 a.m., The Catholic Hour, KING. Radio, "Prospects for the Counell." 7:45 a.m., Hoar  St. Pranc|l, KXA, 8:00 a.m., The Hour of the Crucified. KBKW, Aberdeen, 145e an rudlo diet. 6:00 p.m., Challenge, KOMO-TV, panel- ISI discuss "Time to Sit and Rest." NIGHTLY 11:30-13:M p.m. The Ream'y, KTVW-TV, Channel 13. Sign-off broadcast, a decade of the Rosary in beautiful picture and sound. SUNDAY :30-10:00 p.m. The Rosary, KTVW-TV, Channel 13. Sign-off broadcast, a decade of the Rosary In beautiful picture and sound. Tribute To Fr. Lawrence EDITOR, THE PROGRESS: Father Lawrence Piotrzkow- ski OSB (pastor of Tacoma's Holy Rosary Parish who died June 14) helped to organize the Altar Society 40 years ago while pastor of Our Lady of Lourdes Parish in Wilkeson for 15 years. The following poem was writ- ten in his memory by an Altar Society member and is entitled "A Tribute to Father Lawrence Piotrzkowski from Our Lady of Lourdes Altar Society." For 15 years, you cared lay us Married us Buried us. In Bap. tism and First Com- mumon With Our Lord, you gave us union. In your beliefs, you did pro- tess You made us humble and confess. A priest can give so many things, Hope and love With authority. A way to live.., a way to die, Courage and strength to live by. You gave us these and so much more We realized, what God made US fOr. With a twinkling eye And a ready grin With a friendly g r a s p, that came [rom within. You helped star t the Altar Society With rules of loves and piety Your visit to us, was very dear When we marked our 35th year. Father lawrence, we'll remem- ber . Our prayers are with you, beloved member. Each day we say our prayer anew . . family problem, but rather one that many people like ourselves share. First, I understand the priest's and those who have no small children standpoint. I can see why they want a "Children's Mass" at 0:30 a.m.; but Father, do they really know that the "Rat Race" (confusion just isn't strong enough) perpetrated on a young family, especially a large one, by demanding that the children attend a certain Mass? First: "The family that prays together, stays together". I firmly believe a child should be taught at pre-school age by his parents, not someone else, to love Christ's Mass and to behave quietly and reverently in His house. Up until recently we have followed this pattern. As a re- suit, by age six they know the Mass, love it (they beg to go) and realize this is a place of prayer. (Tho' there is a "wiggler" in every family). Second: If there HAS to be a children's Mass, why is it al- ways the 9:30 high Mass? I dearly love a high Mass, but children can sit still just so long, and how will they become familiar with the dialog if they constantly go to a high Mass. Let's face it, their habits of response and singing hymns start before seven years. Next: Why oh why must it be .at 9:30??? No one baby has the same schedule week in and week out. Most of them do, for some strange reason re- quire most of a mother's atten- tion between 8:30 and 10 in the morning). I even quit the morning bath on Sunday to make less confusion. Babies are babies and they do not understand; so if you do "Our Lady take good care of HAVE to take them to 9:30, yOU", MRS. LEE SUTPHIN Box 96 Wilkeson Why Masses For Children? Editor, The Progress: This may seem like a small problem in a world full of large, king size ones; but it's like a cracker crumb in a bed, small but very annoying. Annoying to the point that it is destroying the peace of soul in a household on Sunday morn- ing. I do not feel it's just a one- [/I lJIlllllFIllllllilll!lllllllllllllllltllllllllllJlllTlll;llllllllllliJIII Jll$lllIIIlIIIIII q IlllltllllllllfllllIIIItn I$1111Jlll!;[ll[I H)IUPIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIITIIIIIIIliIII?Ifl IIIllll fl rlllrllllllllllr jllrll:llllff Legion ,of Decency they are irritable and hungry. (Let's face it: you cannot pray as well giving a baby a bottle and some babies still are nursed in this day and age.) How much better if the baby must be taken along) to go to a later Mass when the angel is either tummy-full happy or blissfully asleep in arms. As to earlier Masses: Yes, there are rare occasion when life goes smoothly in a large family; and no one gets sick during the night; everyone gets up on time, eats at the prescribed time in order to fast and you all leave togeth- er. There are times when each hair is in place, shoes all tied, neck and ears clean, prayer books not lost, and the proper disposition for worship is present; but let us face it, this is the exception in a big family. Usually it goes about like First-Run Movies Showing in Seattle this. The baby is teething or A-I--Recommended--My Fair Lady, Mqry Popplns, Sound of Music, Greatest Story eating; or someone else kept Ever Told A-1--McHole's Navy Joins the Air Force, Those Magnificent Men In Their Flying Machines, Van Ryan's Express, Fluffy, Cinderella A-4--Yellow Rolls Royce, Zorba the Greek B--Girls on the Beach Other Movies Currently Showing A-l--It's A Mad Mad World, The Truth About Spring, The Lively Set A-2--World of Henry Orient, Good Nelghbnr Sam, Dr. Terror's House of Horrors A-3--Goodbye Charlle, How to Murder Your Wife, Young blood Hawke B--Shot In the Dark, From Russia With Love, Love Has Many Faces C--Moon Is Blue Legion of Decency Classifications A-I--Morally unoblectlonable for General Patronage. These films are considered to contain no material which would be morally dangerous to the average motion picture audience. A-2--Morally unobjectionable for adults and adolescents. These films are In themselves morally harmless but require some maturity and experience presumed present In normal adults and adolescents. A-3---Morally unobjectionable for adults. A-4--Morally unobjectionable for adults with reservations. B--Morally objectionable In part for all. C--Condemned or "positively bad." Eklll[lllJH[llfllH JI[IH HIH HiNiL1HHHWHi1LiiiHiiiH[iii]iN1[tFiWriHm[H D[ crying." the mother or father, (usually both) awake during the night. So you over-sleep when you do finally get to bed. When you get up no matter how well planned a household there are the minor time consuming crises. (Only a dozen if you're lucky). "I can't find my prayer book. I put it here last night. Who took it? .... Mama, My heel caught in the hem of my dress. Where's a pin? .... Ma Ma, Joe took my only belt again." "Ma Ma the baby is "MaMa" (in tears) World of Faith And Sacrifice By MOST REV. FULTON J. SHEEN NE reads in the press of wars and rumors of wars, race riots, fear of nuclear explosions. About 90 per cent of the news is made up of stories about those who break God's commandments. In our office we live in a different world--a world of faith and sacrifice in which souls in America are in al- most immediate touch with the hungry and thirsty in other lands. I am writing this just a few minutes after the following ineident took place. An elderly woman with little of this world's goods had saved $300 to have an operation on her ear in order that she might recover her hearing. After thinking it over she decided that she would give the $300 to the Holy Father's Society for the Propagation of the Faith and remain hard-of-hearing for "what little time is left for me here on earth." When I wrote to thank her for her gift I told her that Our Blessed Lord had said that some have "ears and do not hear." He was referring to those who are spiritually deaf, that is, unreceptive to the world of salvation. I assured her that, thanks to her resignation to deafness, many in mission lands would be able to hear the Gos- pel. It is good for us to know that we live in a Church in which the Cross and the Sacraments inspire such beautiful devotion. It is also very likely that the gift of $300 which she gave will do an exceptional amount of good in the Missions because of the love that went into it. Thomas a' Kempis said: "Regard not so much the gift of the lover as the love of the giver." That is one of the reasons why we try to inspire in Our readers a deep love of the Missions, in order that with whatever gift you sacrifice, there may be poured out to the unbelieving people some spark of the love of God which is already in your hearts. GOD LOVE YOU to "'Grateful" for $50 "'It's about time that l started thanking God. This is lust the start of what 1 should have done years ago." . . . to 42 sixth graders in New. burgh, N.Y. for $10.72. "'Our study of Africa, China and India made us realize how much the people there need. So we saved our money. It's not much but it's all we have right now.'" . . to Anou. for $286 "In reparation." Increase your knowledge and love of the Missions by reading "Mission," a pocket-sized, bi-monthly magazine edited by Most Reverend Fulton J. Sheen. Keep yourself up-to-date on missionary activities the world over. Let us put you on our subscription list for only one dollar a year. Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to it and mail to M o s t Reverend Fulton ]. Sheen, National Director of the Society for the Propa- gation of the Faith, 366.5th Ave., New York, NY 10001, or your Archdiocesan Director, Rev. 8tepien .Szeman. 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 98104. "I broke my fast and I want to go to communion." etc. etc. Rare jewel is the father who arises before or with mother to help. Also there are some ques. tions only mother can answer. So out the window go the well-made plans of attending an early Mass. You end up at 11 o'clock Mass so Monica Marie can go to Communion. Honestly, Father it can get VERY hectic in a household of children and if you add to it the un-Christlike rule "that you have to take the children to the :30 children's Mass; you add just one more very large headache to what already is a real ef- fort. It is hard enough to keep a patient, peaceful, prayerful air in the house before Mass with- out the added strain of taking away the freedom to choose the Mass most convenient for your circumstances. To those who have no chil-' dren or whose are grown, how much easier it is for one or two to get to Mass. (I remem- ber my single days.) Why not try to get to the early ones and leave the late Masses to those who have many small ones to prepare for church? I hesitate to'ask this as each person and family is unique. My schedule does not fit another family as theirs does not fit mine. In all sincerity, and with the utmost respect; Please, Fathers, do not require fami- lies (or anyone for that mat- ter) to attend any particular Mass. I know it is easier to pray without a small child wiggling or a baby crying. (Oh how I too enioy a quiet M a s s with uninterrupted prayer.) Remember Christ said, "Suf- fer the little children to come unto me." NiOTHER OF TEN Seattle Civil Rights Subversion Editor, The Progress: The sad plight of Mr. Abra- ham Johnston in his letter to The Progress (June 4) empha- sizes the grim reality of the existence of subversion in the civil rights movement. I am sure that Mr. Johnston, like so many others, is com- pletely sincere in his efforts to obtain equal opportunity for all citizens. However, in their zeal for immediate results, many of these people have blindly and imprudently accepted the guid- ance and advice of leaders w h o s e honesty and integrity are, to say the least, question- able. Some of these leaders, Mr. Johnston, are using the civil rights movement as just an- other step in the conspiracy to undermine and eventually destroy the freedom which is our national heritage. A single, outstanding exam- ple of the connection between subversives in the civil rights movement and subversives in other areas is the currently popular chant, "We shall Over- come." When this song was sung by civil rights demonstrators, the point of the lyrics seemed quite obvious: We shall overcome racial prejudice and discrimin- ation. Now, however, we hear this song sung by groups advo- cating "Total Disarmament" or "Get Out of Viet Nam" or "Down with the House Commit- tee on Un-American Activities." How does the song fit in there, Mr. Johnston? Wh a t shall we overcome by such ac- tions? The only answer there can be is that these demonstrat- ors would overcome the con- stitutional government which is the guardian of our free- dora, and turn it into a totali- tarian welfare state where something like a civil rights demonstration would result in death for all participants. Therefore, Mr. Johnston, if these leaders have abandoned you, rejoice and be glad. Others have worked and fought for good causes under bad leader- ship and didn't find out 'til it was too late that they had been betrayed. It happened in Cuba. It could happen here. EDWARD L. PeeLE 11500 38th Ave. NE Seattle Resolutions Bring Out Intentions Failure to carry out one's good resolutions is at the root of most troubles large and small. Much as others may falter in pursuing their good inten- tions, you ean, with God's help, see that you do everything in your power to achieve the noble gaols you have set for yourself. Constructive Talents For Serious Problems Most of us, unaware of the tremendous power within us, are tempted to run away when serious problems arise. The thought thet others need our help. should be sufficient incentive to use our God-given talents constructively. Immoral Child By JOHN J. KANE Professor of Sociology University at Notre Dame My six-year.old sister attends a Catholic school The kinder. garten teacher says her dresse are too short, that she is immoral and unethical and wants to have her expelled. My mother has talked with the teacher to no avail. Now my sister's deathly afraid to attend school and suffers serious conflicts. F all of the teacher's claims were true, she shouldn't talk this way to a six-year-old child. She ought to realize that this little girl is not yet old enough to realize what the teacher is talking about. She should have discussed this with her mother when the opportunity presented itself. A word of caution is indicated. Any similarity between what a teacher has reputedly said and actually said is sometimes pure- ly coincidental. Please be absolutely certain that the teacher did make the statement claimed. Modesty is a relative term. Standards have changed over the years. Not too long ago men were required to wear tops to their bathing suits on public beaehes. Today, trunks are quite acceptable. Women once wore dresses that swept the floor. They must have been cumbersome and inconvenient but the sight of an ankle was alarming to people at that time. Whether your sister's dresses are too short or not can be readily determined. Simply note if they are shorter or consider. ably shorter than those worn by other girl. If not, the teacher is wrong. If so, then for the sake of harmony, why not let down a iaem or if possible get longer dresses? Claims that this child is immoral and unethical should be indicated. What, specifically has she done or said to merit this condemnation? Your mother, and possibly your father too, should insist that the teacher sustain her charges or else withdraw them. I would suggest that another appointment be made with the teacher. Let your parents discuss the matter calmly and at length. If they are unconvinced by the teacher's complaints, there is a higher court of appeal. Normally, I do not favor going over a teacher's head to the principal, but this is just what may have to be done. Sometimes this makes matters worse for the child, but this situation is al- ready so bad, that almost any charge will have to be an im- provement. The most serious problem here is what such criticism does to the child. The transition from home to school for young children may always carry some trauma with it. Youngsters emerge into a completely different world when they enter school, even kindergarten. Parents can try to prepare them for it by making it sound attractive. Kindergarten is usually a good start. It is a transitional period between the rather permissive atmosphere at home and the more rigid atmosphere of the classroom. Some studies indicate that children who attend kindergarten tend to do better in school than those who do not. The reverse may prove true with your sister. She is learning to hate the idea of school. If she is really deathly afraid of go- ing, each day may create new emotional upsets. These could ultimately result in real psychic harm. The story of more than one drop-out is inability to keep up with other class members and a hatred of school bern of this inability to compete. Furthermore, the real drop-out problem is not what happens in high school, but what oeeurs in the earlier years when a child's attitude toward school is formed. I really dislike to criticize teachers. The lot of the elementary and. high school teachers in some sections of the United States is scarcely an enviable one. They usually work hard for little pay and sometimes their work is actually hazardous. ut some teachers, like persons in other fields, may be emotion- ally disturbed. Some even visit their personal frustrations upon their students. I note you are a member d a minority group. This raises an additional complication. There is considerable prejudice against certain minorities and unfortunately, some teachers are victims of it. Most teachers tend to be members of the white, middle class. Their values and behaviors are not the same as certain of America's minorities. They simply cannot understand such children. It is most unfortunate that teachers who will work with per- sons of other races or nationalities are not trained in the cultures of these people. In other words, what your sister may be facing is failure to live up to the rather rigid values of a white, middle class woman. A child can scarcely understand these matters. A teacher must. If discussion with the principal does not change the teacher's attitude, you may have to go to the pastor or one of the parish priests. I hope this will prove unnecessary because the higher the authority you evoke, the more the teacher may resent it. Yet, I fear it will have to be risked because I wonder if your sister's plight is unique. How many other children of aim. liar backgrounds may also be suffering? If none of these measures work, and I feel hopeful some will, a transfer to a kindergarten in another school may be necessary. (JUST V= BLOCK EAST i OF NORTHGATB) KAUFER'S CATHOLIC SUPPLIES, BOOKS 539 NE 110th EM 3-6020 MERZ SHEET I METAL WORKS Wo do new end repair lobs for oil porposos whore Ihlet metll ii re- quired. MAIm 3-024;! 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