Whereas, in recent weeks, we have seen blasphemous travesties on the Judeo-Christian moral code, the work of Christian evangelism and rock-and-roll versions of hymns and spiritual songs. Such programs reveal either a lack of good taste or an alarming disposition of ridicule the ideologies which have made America great, and

Whereas, we also note with deep regret a corresponding disinterest in religion revealed in stations which convert to the strictly music-news-weather and advertising format. Usually religion is scrapped in the transition and public service obligations implicit in station license are ignored.

We, therefore, strongly urge the Radio and Television industry to deal realistically with these programming trends and give religion and morality their rightful place in American Broadcasting and Telecasting, both as to standard of programs and as to time allotment.