A book by the widely followed director of the Marital Relations Institute, whose radio program, The Court of Human Relations finds a large audience for its advice. Though as big a name as Dale Carnegie, this won't surprise the public as much as he did with his best sellers. Both the contents of the book and the author's name are familiar, and the material handled is not new nor its treatment -- horse-truths illuminated with true case histories -- original. What marriage is -- the younger generation versus the old -- sound bases for marriage -- the role of the physical -- pulling your weight -- children -- the other woman -- women who work --sterility -- adoption -- divorce -- and so on and so on. Handful of heartbalm -- 14 carat wisdom without a doubt -- but does it matter to a selective audience? Loyal adherents to his silver radio voice may want to see it in black and white.