Radio: Onslaught

Radio & TV, which get almost daily insults from some direction, last week suffered two open assaults and one cryptic, underground attack:

¶ In Rome, Pope Pius XII told an international pilgrimage of editors that films and television exercised "a unilateral influence ... on man, and more especially on youth, with its almost purely visual action carrying with it such a danger of intellectual degeneracy that one begins to consider it a danger for all people."

¶ In Washington, Rear Admiral Arthur C. Davis, Staff Director for the Joint Chiefs, was back on the job after recovering from an acute eye infection....

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