“Contents,” Ensign, Aug. 1987, 1EnsignAugust 1987 Volume 17 Number 8ContentsSpecial FeaturesFirst Presidency Message: Yellow Canaries with Gray on Their WingsPresident Thomas S. Monson“Just and Holy Principles”: An Examination of the U.S. ConstitutionArvo Van AlstyneGenealogy—Love That Transcends TimeRoy B. BennionBeyond Dances and MinglesShirleen MeekMe and Thee: Finding Balance in MarriageSteve F. GillilandApplying One Principle 100 PercentBuck ChristensenHoracio Tulio Insignares: Magnifying the PriesthoodMarvin K. GardnerTruth Was the Doctors’ CureDon L. SearleFrom Friend to SisterJanice TateThe Alvin Smith Story: Fact and FictionRichard Lloyd AndersonRegular FeaturesI Have a QuestionBaptism for the dead Robert L. MilletHebrews 5:7–8 Robert J. MatthewsResearch and Perspectives:Bekahs, Shekels, and Talents: A Look at Biblical References to Money Richard TiceThe Visiting Teacher: Provident Living: A Way of LifeMormon JournalThe High Priests’ Compassionate Service Thelma WilliamsA Test of Faith Jelean Vaughn ReynoldsMonday Would Have Been Too Late Rachel WildeThe End of My Search Carole Sayers FullwoodHandbook for Families: Butcher, Baker, Software Maker? Helping Your Child Choose a CareerPortraitsPaul Yost: The Admiral’s Anchor Is the Gospel Heidi A. WaldropRichard Gunn: Helping Students “See” Gayanne RamsdenFiction: Grandpa Hillary Caren LlewelynRandom SamplerTips for Managing MoneyThe Sun—Our Friend and Foe“There’s Nothing to Do” GameNews of the ChurchOn the cover: Photography by Welden Andersen.Inside front cover: The Nuku’Alofa Tonga Temple, photography by Wm. Floyd Holdman. Nearly 7,000 people attended the site dedication for the Nuku’Alofa Tonga Temple on 18 February 1981. After President Spencer W. Kimball and Tonga’s King Tuafa’ahau Tupou IV broke ground, a feast was held in honor of the occasion. The temple was dedicated two and one-half years later, 9–11 August 1983, by President Gordon B. Hinckley.Inside back cover: Render unto Caesar That Which Is Caesar’s, by Harry Anderson; © Pacific Press Publishing Association, used by permission.