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Trumpets Heralding Pope's Coming Inspires TV Catholic Hour Score NEW YORK (NC) -- There's a lot of beauti- ful church music but it's never heard in churches, an erstwhile piano play- er in a Rome nightspot as- serted here. Ralph Burns, 40, who com- posed, arranged and conducted the musical score for the "Catholic Hour" TV series "I Am With You," on the NBC netwdrk said: "A lot of beautiful church music has been written, but the on!y place you can hear it is I An the concert stage. Mu:,sic directors in the churches like to keep the traditional, so you never hear anything else." Burns is a musical arranger for the Broadway theater and in the "pop" record field. He recalled that in 1954 he at- tended the canonization of St. Plus X and was impressed deeply by the sounding of trumpets heralding the arrival of Pope Plus XII for the cer- emony. He said: "It was a thrilling musical experience," and he used it in his arrange- ment for the TV series pro- duced by the National Council of Catholic Men. "Studying early church music is almost the same as studying the history of music itself," Burns said in recall- ing the research he did for the "IV series. Reproduction of the early music for the series was par- ticularly difficult, B u r n s said. "The score would have been dull if I used the ac- tual music of the time," he explained, "they didn't have sharps and fiats -- and just seven notes. I had to take the music and make it sound good." Burns, a parishioner of St. Malachy's, the "actors' chu r ch" near Broadway's theater district, currently is orchestrating a new Richard gadgets musical scheduled for the fall. He did the orchestra- tions for the Broadway musi- cats "No Strings," "Little Me," and "Hot Spot," and also arrangements for a number of Ray Charles, Johnny Mathis, Feature Films On Television Bellingham : KING-TV (NBC) Channel 5 KVOS-TV Channel 12 KIR0-TV (CBS) Channel 7 Tacoma 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-IIMorally Unobjectionable for Adults and Adolescents; A-III--Morally Unobjectionable for Adults; B--Morally Objectionable in Part for All; C-Condemned; SC--Separate Classification; NR--No Rating Available. (Note'. The ratings listed below were those given thel original movies. Most films beore being shown on te e- vision are edited to 'con/orm to the television code and to the individual station's time schedule. For this reason, objectionable parts contained in the original Dlot may be deleted in the television version and thus the original Legion rating may not be entirely correct.) ' SATURDAY, JUNE 29 1:45 I.m.KIRO-TVThe Jungle Princess ................................ A-I 2:30 p.m.KING-TV--Andy Hardy Gets Going Fever ..................... A-I 4:00 ).m.KTNT-TV--Guns of the Paces .................................. Ad 5100 .m.KING.TV--Trple Troub/e ..................................... A.II 4.:30 ).m.--KTVW-TV--Robbers of the Range .............................. A-I 9:00 t.m.KING-TV--No Down Payment .................................. A-II 10:00 p.m.KTNT-TV--Shock .............................................. A-II 11100 p.m.KVO$-TV--The Fourpester .................................... A.II 11:00 p.m.KIRO-TV--The Iron Mistress ..................................... B 11:05 p.m.--KING-TV--Run For Cover ....................................... B 11105 p.m.--KOMO-TV--The Forbidden Street ................................ a SUNDAY, JUNE 30 t2:00 noon--KOMO-TV--The Littlest Rebel ................................. A.I 2:30 p.m.--KOS-TV--Just My Luck .......... ; ............................. NR 2:30 py.m.--KIRO-TV--Salgon ............................................ A-II 3:30 p.m.mKING-TV--The Emperor's Candlesticks ......................... A.I 41301 p.m.mKTVW.TV--Step ey Step ....................................... A-|l 4:30 p.m.--KTNT-TV--Bambutl ............................................ N R 6:00 p.m.KVOS-TV--Tarzan's Revenge .................................. A-I 71301 p.m.=KTNT-TV--MIdsummer Night's Dream ......................... A.I 8:00 p.m.--KOMO-TV--The Gunfighter .................................... A.I 11135 p.m.--KING-TV--Devll May Care ..................................... NR MONDAY, JULY 1 9::30 a.m.--KOMO-TV--Johnny One Eye .................................... B 10:00a.m.--KTVW-TV--My Pal Wolf ........................................ A.I 12:00 noon--KTVW-TV--Sylvla Scorlett ...................................... B 2:00 p.m.--KTNT-TV--Fury At Furnace Creek ............................. A-I 31301 p.m.--KING-TV--Excluslve Story .................................... A.II 5130 p.m,--KVOS-TV--SpHt Second ...................................... A-II 71301 p.m.KING-TVHe[I And High Water ............................... A.I 101:00 p.m.--KTNT-TV--The Exile ........................................... A-I 101:15 p.m.--KTVW-TV--Two In The Dark .................................. A-I 11:00 p.m.--KVOS-TV--Affoir In Trinidad .................................... B 111301 p.m.--KOMO-TV--Bedside ............................................ NR t100 a.m.--KTVW-TV--Falcon's Alibi ..................................... A.II TUESDAY, JULY 2 91|01 e.m.--KOMO-TV--Let Us Live ........................................ A-It 10100 a.m.--KTVW.TV--Genlus At Work .................................... A-II 12100 naOn---KTVW-TV--Two In The Dark .................................. A-I 2:00 p.m.--KTNT.TVThe Exile .............................. ; ........... A-I $:301 p.m.KING-TV--Boys Town ......................................... A-I $:$0 p.m.--KVO$.TV--Hell Below Zero .................................... A-II 101100 p.m.--KTVW.TV--TOast Of New York ................................ A.II 10:00 p.m.--KTNT-TV--Lody Tokes A Seller .................................. B 111000 p.m.--KVOS-TV--TIII The End Of Time .............................. A-II 1t:00 p.m.--KOMO-TV--Mldnlght Court ................................... A-II 1:00 a.m.--KTVW-TV--Polnted Desert .................................... A-I WEDNESDAY, JULY 3 t:301 a.m.--KOMO-TV--HI Buddy ......................................... A-I 101:00 a.m.--KTVW-TVo Chose Yourself ................................. A-II 13100 noon--KTVW-TV--Toast Of New York ................................ A-II 2:00 p.m.--KTNT-TV--Lady Tokes A Seller ................................. B 31301 p.m.--KING.TVApoche Troll ....................................... A-I S: 30 p.m.KVO$-TV--The Nevadon ....................................... A-t 61301 p.m.--KTVW-TV--Behlnd The Rising Sun .............................. B 101100 I=.m.--KTVW-TV--Easy Living ....................................... A-II 10110101 p.m.--KTNT-TV--Wtfe, Husband and Friend ......................... A-II 11100 p.m.--KVOS-TV--The For Horizons .................................... A-I 111301 p.m.KOMO-TV--Soclety Smugglers ................................. A.I 1:00 a.m.--KTVW.TV--Destlnoflon Murder .................................. a THURSDAY, JULY 4 9:301 e.m.--KOMO-TV--Strnnger On Horseback ............................. A-I 101100 a.m.mKTVW-TV--Army $urgeo: ...... ............................... A-I 12100 noon--KTVW-TV--Behlnd The Rising Sun .............................. B 2:00 p.m.--KTNT-TV--Immortal Sergeent ................................... B 31301 p.m.KING-TV--Anchors Aweigh .................................... A-I S130 p.m.--KVOS-TV--Down Three Dark Streets .......................... A-II 61 p.m.--KIRO-TV--The Paleface ......................................... B 10100 p.m.--KTVW-TV--Vlgll In The Night ................................. A-2 101100 p.m,--KTNT-TV--FIghtlng 69th ........................................ A-I 11100 p.m,--KVOS.TV--Possessed .......................................... A-II 11:30p.m.--KOMO-TV--lt's A Big Country ................................ A-I 11130 p.m.--KTVW-TVEaSy Living ....................................... A-II 1:00 a.m.--KTVW-TV--Destlnation Murder ................................. B FRIDAY, JULY 5 9:3010.m.--KOMO-TV--Lef's FII In Love ................................. NR 101100 a.m.--KTVW-TV--Easy Living ...................................... A-II 12:00 nean--KTVW-TVVlgll In The Night ................................. A-II 2:00 p,m,KTNT.TV--Fiaxy Martin ...................................... A-it 3:301 p.m.--KING-TV--Anchors Aweigh .................................... A-I S: 301 p.m.KVD$-TV--Chlna Girl ......................................... A-II 6:3ffp.m.--KTVW-TV--Domsel In Distress ................................. A-I 10100 p.m.KTVW-TV--Wlngs & Women ................................... A;II 101:301 p.m.--KTNT-TVJanle . .............................................. A-II 11:00 p.m.--KVOS-TV--The Sea Shall Not Have Them ..................... A-il 1!:30 p.m.KOMO-TVA Letter TO Three Wives ......................... A-II 1:00 a.m.--KTVW-TV--Women Rebels .................................... A-II This Review Is Sponsored by Catholic Gifts & Church Goods, Inc. Religious goods for the home, church nnd school. A pleasant shopping atmosphere with a select variety of religious gifts. b07 Union Sf., Seattle I MUtual 2-3929 "LAYMEN" Earn in your spare hours Catholic Press Publications extends an Invitation fo you to fill ydur spore hours with e most seHsfy]ng work. Many start part time end eventually go full time. Your hours are your own. Work entirely from leeds. You can almost double your family income. We trein you. Write or Phone Catholic Press Publications * ME 3-2006 P.O. Box 7464 Seattle Tony Bennett, Vic Damone and Lena Home recordings. Burns, a bachelor who shares a Manhattan apartment with a nightclub singer, worked in Paris as an arranger before he took the piano playing iob in the Rome nightclub. His hobby is collecting Byzantine icons, which he started in Paris. He has some opinions about the entertainment field, some of which go like this: -- "I don't think television is that mediocre compared to the theater. Television is at least aware of what's going on. There is very mediocre tal- ent in the Broadway theater and the musicals especially are far behind the times. Theater people just don't lis- ten to what's going on around them. They live in the past and go by what's been done in the theater before. They're very corny people." -- An orchestra should be behind the scenery instead of in the pit in front of the stage. "Having an orchestra in front is bad for the sing- ers. They hear the orchestra late, on the rebound, you might say. But theater people are just used to having it that way and they won't change." -- There are very few men of music in the theater today who know what they're doing. The few include Richard Rod- gets, Leonard Bernstein ("West Side Story") and Alan Lerner and Frederick Loewe ("My Fair Lady"). Readers Comment Against Open Housing Editors, The Progress: Please cancel my subscrip- tion to The Progress due to the article by Fred Cordova. The colored people should have equal rights along with the other races of mankind but I feel it is wrong to try to en- force legislation which would place different races of people in the same apartment build- rags. Mrs. Alice Sweigart 2005 Boyer Ave. E., Seattle Reassaying Paroles Editor, The Progress: "This day you shall be with me in Paradise! .... There shall be joy among the angels of Heaven over one who repents." They killed my friend the other day. Joe Self died as he had lived since his baptism, for the Will of Almighty God. He was converted to our Holy Faith m prison. I met Joe only through the mail, but hope some day, if I die the kind of death he died, to meet him face to face and have a wonderful visit with him. I know that there are theolo- gical arguments pro and con regarding capital punishment. I also know 'that my friend Joe would have made a good citizen had he been returned to useful citizenship. When our parole board re- turns the unrehabilitated to so- ciety for more crime and re- fuses to return the rehabilitated to useful lives it is time to re- assay our methods. Or is it merely madness? May Joe rest in Peace and may Perpetual Light shine upon him! T.E.I. Seattle SUNDAY, JUNE 1 7:30 a.m., Catholic Hour, KING-Radio (kc. 1000) The Rev. Hans Kueng, Swiss theolo- gian, will speak about the liturgical changes discussed at the first session of the Second aflcon Council. Selections from Father Kueng's book "The Coun- cil, Reform and Reunion" will be read on the program by Ronald Beck. 7145 o.m., Hour af St. Francis, KXl- Radio (7701 kc.) in "Johnny 1he Derby," a mild-man- nered little ex-prize tighter working as an elevator operator on Skid Road, puzzles reporters and polR:e by his conviction that "nobody ought to put the freeze an a soul." S1301 o.m.. Look Up and Live, KiRO- TV, Channel 7. The story of the late Aloyzlll Cardl. nol Steplnac, Primate of Yugoslavia, will be dramatized with George Vo$- kovec portraying the prelate. The pro- gram explores the background af the Cardinal's trial and presents the op- posing philosophies af the Cardinal and his Communist Interrogator. 9:15 a.m., Snored Heart Program, KIRO-TV, Channel 7. The Rev. Clement McNospy, S.J., will speak on "The Aslaudlng Truth"; the first In a series of six talks entitled "Our Port In The Mystical Body." 6:00 p.m., Challenge, KOMO-TV Chan. nal 4. The crucial Issue of "Race Relations" will be explored by Robb! Raphael Levlnn, Dr. Lynn Carson and Father William Treocy. This week's telecast will deal with roca relations In the Seattle area. :00 p.m., Coronation af Pope Paul VI, KIRO-TV, Channel 7. :0S p.m., Coronation of Pope Paul VI, KING-Radio (KC 1000). 7:00 p.m., Coronation af Pope Paul Vl, KING-TV, Channel 5. 7:15 p.m., Sacred Heart Program, KTVW, Channel 13. The Rev. John I. Hochban, S.J., Dean, Jesuit Theological Seminary, Toronto, Ontrolo, speaks on "Christian Riches: The Morning Offerlng." 71301 p.m., Hour of St. Francis, KWW, Channel 13. "The Terrible Gift." "Everyman" in o contemporary sefflng In which a young men looks for a man who Is truly man in a materlollstlc and con- formlst society. 10:30 p.m., Coronation ef Pope Paul VI, KOMO-TV, Channll 4. Emptying Themselves To Serve By MOST REVEREND FULTON J. SHEEN ow much some do for the Lord, and how little others do! This is the overwhelming thought that be- sieges the mind and the soul of anyone who works for the impoverished Christ in mission lands. We have recently been in personal con- tact with a bishop and a priest who have given up supreme examples of "emptying" them- selves, as Our Lord emptied Himself of His glory to take on the human form. $ The bishop had one of the finest dioceses in a very large mission country. His family, who were of noble lineage, lived in the diocese with him and added to the joy of his being a beloved apostle among a loving flock. The Holy See then asked three priests to take charge of a new diocese in this mission land, one where the people were quite impoverished. Each of the three were also offered the bishopric if they accepted the diocese, but all refused because of the rags, the disease and the hunger that spotted the new area. The Church then asked this bishop to resign his See and to start the new diocese; he did so promptly. There are many examples in the Church of bishops look- ing for better dioceses, but this is one example of a bishop looking for a poorer one. The priest is one who spent 15 years build- ing a beautiful rectory, church, convent and school in his diocese. He then turned it over to American missionaries who came into the land to work, and took the poorest area in the country as his new parish. His rectory, his school and his church are, in all, 24 feet long and about 12 feet wide. Partly in the water and partly on the shore, they are sup- ported by 12 wooden pegs driven into the soil. There is not an automobile in the U.S. that is housed in a garage as poor as this shack. Once again inspired by the example of Our Lord, the priest has "emptied" him- self and taken upon himself the form of a servant. (In a future issue of "Mission", we will show the parish the priest left and the parish which he now has. We have tried to help both the bishop and the priest with our limited means, although they have helped us a thousand times more by reminding us not only of the privilege but also of the "penalty" of being a Christian. You, our good readers, are already conscious of the privilege. May we pass on to you the penalty, which is that of emptying yourselves just a tiny bit that stomachs may be filled, hearts gladdened, minds illuminated and human beings introduced into the glorious liberty of being a slave of Christ. Please let us hear from you! GOD LOVE YOU to ].F.C. or $40. "My son le# this offering /or the Mis- sions be/ore he went into the service." . . . to D.L./or $1.50. "We had a circus in the backyard. Three of us were clowns and there was a mind.reader. We want the Missions to have the money instead o/ buying things we don't really need." . . . to Mrs. B.L. /or $15. "This represents the sinai! savings o/ our daughter, who died at the age of eight #am a brain tumor. She loved the Missions and wanted you to have this money." . . . to R.D.W. for $85.86. "'This is my income tax re/und which I want to give to the poor o/ the world" Send us your old gold and jewelry--the val. uables you no longer use but which are too good to throw away. We will resell the ear- rings, gold eyeglass frames, flatware, etc. and use the money to relieve the suffering in mission lands. Our address: The Society for the Propagation of .the Faith, 366 5th Ave., New York 1, N.Y. Cut out this eolumn, pin your saerlfices to xt and mail it to Most Rev. Fulton J. Sheen, National Director of the Seeiety for the Propa- gation of the Faith, 366 . 5th Ave., New York I, N. Y., or your Archdiocesan Director, Rev. Stephen Szeman, 907 Terry Avenue, Seattle 4. No Compromise For Reds !; ..... ., i . ," :i/i:  . ..... ing the territory of East Ger- many. The Western Allied command in West Berlin protested the action of the Communist author. ities in East Berlin, but as usual probably nothing will come of it. The protest condemned the new restrietions as "the latest and harshest step in the series Archbishop of Milan. At the of actions which have been time he was assigned to the taken since August of 1961 to archbishopric, the "Red Belt" "transform the Soviet zone and around Milan was threatening the Soviet sector of Berlin into (Continued from Page 1) agitated over the prospect that some pronouncement against them might issue from the Vati- carl. The leftist and Communist press in Italy as well as in the Soviet bloc almost imme- diately issued warnings to Pope Paul VI against waging ideological crusades, because this crusading spirit "could have evil consequences," as stated in Rome's Socialist newspaper Avanti. A second reason for Commu- nist anxiety is their experience with Pope Paul VI when he was to engulf that entire sector of Italy. Quietly but effectively the Archbishop fought the Reds to a standstill. More than that, he defeated them completely." It is highly unlikely that, as Pope, he will seek accommo- dation, much less compromise with them now. Beyond the Wall President Kennedy at Check- point Charlie looked at the Brandenburg Gate and viewed the depressing scene beyond the Wall of Shame from some other point along the boundary of the slave camp. President Kennedy saw that something new has been added beyond the wall. Last week, East German soldiers began sealing off a 328.foot zone with wire fences, and notices were posted prohibit- ing anyone, even allied per- sonnel, within this zone. The decree which went into effect at midnight Friday also prohibits access to a border strip 500 meters wide (nearly one-third of a mile) surround- ..... a vast concentration camp." And Mayor Willy Brandt of West Berlin admitted that this new move "had deepened the split of Berlin." When Unification? The Communists blandly ex- plained that the additional re- stricted zone was necessary to halt escapees, thus' pretending that imprisoning an entire peo- ple behind a wall is beth legal and justifiable. The way it looks from here, this was only a gimmick fur- ther to secure the complete and permanent separation of East Berlin and East Germany as another Soviet colony, by re- moving it one step further from possible reunification. Yet, in Frankfurt, where Tuesday President Kennedy de- Legion Of Decency livered his first major speech on his present 10-day tour, he made the following statement: "All of us in the West must be faithful to our conviction that peace in Europe can never be complete until every- where in Europe men can choose, in peace and freedom, how their countries shall be governed, and choose--wlth- out threat to any neighbor-- If will be a reunification with their eoun- trymen." Great Picnic We are glad he has not for- Vast crowds cheered him every- where he went. In his Frankfurt speech he said: "Your nation is the first line of defense--and your divi- sions, side by side with our own, are a source of strength to us all." Again: "We are partners for peace --not in a narrow bilateral context but in a framework of Atlantic partnership." On the other hand, the Presi- dent made several oblique thrusts at President De Gaulle without mentioning him by name. How different was the tone of a previous U.S. President who spoke of Germany and France a brief 20 years ago! History bas recorded many strange quirks but few as abrupt within such a brief space of time. Return Home It is still too early to evaluate the results of what has been called a goodwill tour, and it may be some time before that can be done. The remainder of the Presi- dent's itinerary calls for one day in Britain and two days in Italy before he enplanes for his return home next Tuesday. No negotiations are being made or attempted, but impor- tant sessions will be held and grave issues discussed with po- litical leaders in the countries visited. When President Kennedy flies to Rome next Monday he is scheduled for a private audience with Pope Paul VI. The journalistic pundits are having a field day wondering what the President and the Pope will say to each other. For that matter, the rest of us wonder too. gotten, nor have the Germans forgotten, that reunification of Germany was one of the event- ual objectives of a post-World- War II peace settlement. But unrestrained Soviet tlctics are slowly destroying hope of ever reaching that goal. Pledges Made Despite critics who deplored President Kennedy's decision to make his European tour at this time, the trip at deadline ap- pears to be quite successful so far as Germany is concerned. The purpose of the tour was to impress the Atlantic Alliance with the strength of U.S. pur- pose and to signal a message to recalcitrant President De Gaulle. He certainly appeared to have impressed the German people when he said the U.S. would risk its cities in nuclear war to defend her allies in Europe. i First-Run Movies Showing In Seattle A-1--55 Days at Peking, Conslantine And the Cross. A-3--Spencer's Mountain. aThe Stripper. Other Movies Currently Showing A-l--No Piece Like Homicide, The Nutty Professor, Invasion at The Star Creatures, Jason end the Argonauts, Tow the West Was Won, MY Six Loves, Revolt At Fort Laramie, Sink The BIs- mark, Trouble In the Sky, Giant. A.2--David and Lisa, Werewolf In A Girls' Dormitory, Girls Girls Girls, Phantom Of the Opera, Teenage Cave- man, Come Fly With Me, Mutiny On the Bounty, Devil At 4 O'Clock. A-3-- Police Nurse, Corridors Of Blood, Rio Bravo, Two For The See- saw, Rider On A Dead Horse, Hud, Trial and Error. a--Curse Of Frankenstein, I Was A Teenage Frankenstein, I Was A Teen- age Werewolf, Dr. No, Sodom and Gomorrah. Notice of New Classification Condemned--The Law. The National Legion of Decency an- nounced June 11, 1963, that henceforth the "Separate Classification" will be known as "A.IV.morolly unoblectlonable for Adults, with Reservations". In making this announcement the legion noted that what is being changed Is not the meaning of the "Separate Classification", but only Its title. Therefore, the new "A-IV classifi- cation" will beer the some definition as the former "Separate Classification" --oamely, It Will be a classification "given to certain films which, while not morally offensive in themselves, require caution and some analysis end explanation as a protection to the un- informed against wrong Interpretations and false conclusions." For the UNUSUAL IN GIFTS... GUnDERSOn 527 PINE 7&4 BROADWAY SEATTLE TACOMA with SUNNY JIM PEANUT BUTTER JAMS, JELLIES and PRESERVES At ALL Bett Groo.'y Store And Remember SUNNY JIM TABLE SYRUP "Always a  Favorite" Fr;day, June 28, 1963 THE PROGRESSES. 'I Feel Like Bigamist On Dates' By REV. WALTER IMBIORSKI Family Life Director. Archdloaese of Chloage Guest Columnist for Rev. John L. Thomas, S.J. I am 19 and/eel like an apprentice bigamist. I have been dating two wonder/ul boys "both very much alike" very steadily. Now both have indicated that they are going to ask me to become engaged. I honestly think I love them both. Is this possible? What do I do now? How do I choose? ould I shock you very much if I suggested that flipping a coin might not be too bad an idea? Let's start by saying, yes, it is possible to love many people at the same time-- mothers, teachers, friends, the poor and even enemies. This is the Christian idea. It is even possible to love two boys very intensely, very personally. Intimacy and proximity, that is, just being near people and getting to know their good qualities very well, has a great deal to do with this. I know one girl who was vice-president of a young adults' group for four years who proceeded to become engaged to each succeeding president until the fourth one married her. I really think you ought to stop short. Pull back from the situation for a few weeks and make the best choice you can. Then focus on the one bey of your life. Ties with the other should be cut gently but swiftly. At the outset you will have recurring doubts as to whether, "I should have chosen Phil over Mike," but as you concentrate on Mike and find new levels of understanding and friendship, the image of Phil will begin to fade away. You ay the boys are pretty much alike. Well, maybe these reflections will help you make a choice. Looking Into His Habitat onsider how they relate to their parents. Is his father a "milktoast" allowed to smoke only on the back porch? Is his mother a professional "martyr" who is constantly impress- ing you with the sacrifices she has made? Is his father authori- tarian, inflexible, domineering, the righteous lord and master? Check him out in his home llfe and observe him wi sisters and brothers -- even the zoologist doesn't feel he knows the rhinoceros till he has studied him in his native habitat. How does he impress your parents? They are not seeing him through a rosy haze and their opinion can be quite objec- tive. You make your own decision, but your parents' impression of him could be most enlightening. What about compatability of temperament? Which of these boys are you most comfortable with? If a young lady is fas- tidious and wants a house that is almost antiseptic, while her fiancee considers the whole world his ashtray, this could be a problem: St. Jerome with his lion, his hermit ways and his doc- trinaire approach to life was a saint. Therese of Avila who was the scourge of Spanish politicians and police was another. But the possibility of marriage between the two would give one pause. Beyond goodness and strength of character a certain compatibility is really necessary. Similarity of education level, or at least similar attitudes and curiosity about learning can be very helpful. If you enjoy the Saturday Review and he can only plod through Mad Maga- zine, watch out. Which of the two are you most proud of? Which do you most enjoy introducing to your family and friends? Which of them would make a better father for your children? Which will be more interesting at the age of 47? Which of the two is more irreplaceable. If one were snatched away tomorrow which would you grieve for most? Who Will Make You Better Person? hich of the two will make YOU a better person, will educe from you the most wonderful qualities as a woman, wife and mother? Finally. what: about their attitudes toward religion? Is their relationship toward God something important in their lives? Do they work at their religion? Statistically, husbands and wives who never attend church are found the poorest of all marital risks. Which of the two is most virtuous? (And remember virtue is not standing in a stained glass window with a lily in your hand!) It is as exciting as tight-roping across Niagara Falls. It is keeping your balance in judgment and action despite the tensions and forces and pitfalls and pressures of modern life. Which of these boys possesses the solid beginnings of courage, justice, patience, generosity and kindness? It seems terribly unromantic to work up an accountant's balance sheet on Phil and Mike but the intellect must take over when the heart is confused -- and going calmly through these reflections may tip the scale in favor of one or the other. All else failing, you still have that coin. Order Your Copy NOW !. 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