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Hrt* U, 1MI Schedule FftlDAY IS, ,1 )0 (COLCR) 1 30 (COLOR) 800 (COICR) 8 36 (COLOR) -9.00 (COLOR) lOJOO (COLOR) iobo (COLOR) 12tOOM MARCH BATfeAN .THS puma m fiSVWCHED THAf OtRi PErtOH PLACE COW60I a A.WUCA THE 16 O'CLOCK REPQRf J6Ef BISHOP SHOW SINE OFF S* 1968 r 6U5 AM 7tOO (COLOR) gfjo 5 . 10i : 00 (COLOR) !11:'30 (COLOR) 5:00 (COLOR) 5*30 (COLOR) 6loo/^ ; ; •' 6:30 (COLOR) 7/30: (COLOR) 8r30 (COLOR) 5:00 (COLOR) 10|Qp (COLOR) loffo •12J30 (COLOR) 2:00 AM TEST PATTERN BOZO'S BIO TOP SHOW DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "The Pain B«ach Story" Claudette Colbert ; THIS MORNING BEWITCHED TREASURE ISLE THE FUGITIVE THE NEWLTWED GAME ; THE BABT GAME THE CHILDREN'S DOCTOR GENERAL HOSPITAL DARK SHADOWS DATING GAME DIALING FOR DOLLARS THEATRE "Not Of This Earth" Paul Birch, Beverly Garland ABC NEWS 5:30 REPORT RIFLEMAN OFF TO SEE THE WIZARD ABC SPECIAL "The Actor" THE GUNS OF WILL SONNETT JUDD FOR THE DEFENSE ^THB 10 0'CLOCK REPORT | £"—«** «»»w^ •THE BIG MOVIE r ,"Viva Zapata" Marlon Brando, Anthony Quinn Jean Peters THE JOEY BISHOP SHOW SINE OFF LIVtL* ••«• ^Thursday, March 14, 1968 6:^00 News and Weather Pxeport (C) 6:530 NBC Children's Theatre 7|30 Ironside NBC (C) 8iBo Dragnet NRG (C) 9tOO The Dean Martin Show NBC (C) 1(5:00 News and Weather (C) 1Q:15 Lonnie Gibbons Sports Show- 10 The Tonight Show NBC (C) )0 Sign Off Friday, March 15, 1908 i RFD with Dob Buice (C) i Morning Devotions (C) I The Today Show NB(T (C) i Arkansas News and Weather (C) I The Today Show NBC (C) ) The Today Show NBC (C) i Arkansas News and Weather (C) I The Today Show NBC (C) I Snap Judgement NBC (C) i Nancy Dickerson with the News ) Concentration NBC (C) )0 Personality NBC (C) 10 The Hollywood Squares NBC (C) }Q .Jeopardy NBC (C) 10 Eye Guess NBC (C) i§ Edwin Newman with the News NBC )0 Uttle Rock Today (C) 10 I^t's Make A Deal NBC (C) ) ^ Day* of Our Lives NBC (C) ) }The Doctors NBC (C) ) ."Another World NBC (C) ) -You Don't Say NBC (C) ) ''The Mike Douglas Show (C) ) ; ' I Love Lucy "The Camping Trip" ) -F Troop "Carpetbagging Anyone" I fHuntiey Brinkjey Report NBC ) INeWs and Weather Report (C) ) Tay?-an NBC (C) ) Star Trek NBC (C) ) The Hollywood Squares NBC (C) ) 196P America's Junior Miss Pageant )9 News and Waatheir (C) 15 Lonnte Gibbons Sports Show (C) IP ;'flip Tonight Show NBC (C) )0 Sign Qft Khl*tv MABGH JU f 1968 THURSDAY f I 10 BOONE T c MISS SHUBVEPPB 1 ? IP PJBAGHET 1969 -a C QQ flif pfAJS HilfTIN SHOW * 99 C G $126 AM HORNING DEVtttONAL 6125 tfiXARKANA CotLtQfi - 5HS PAW DIGEST * e It 66 T6DA? 8HO*f « 6 ?t« fO&AY If* ftXAWUSA - f»2S TODAY IN SHReVSPOW §136 ¥6fiA¥ SHOW - C 9(06 SNAP JUtttMENt - C 9t25 NBC NUTS * C 16166 PBRSdSALlfY * G i0i30 RdLLmob souAftss * lit66 Jg6*AN>¥ * C 11(30 fiYE GtlESS - C 12«06 IV WUMhftlMt - C 12(30 LET'S MAKE A DEAL it66 DAYS Of OUR LIVES 1|J6 THE £)OCTORS • C 2<66 ANOTtnSft WORLD - C 2t30 Y6U DOK'f SATT - C 3(66 TH8 MATCH CSAJtt - C 3i25 LAJPFALOT CLtJB - C 4i30 WANTED! DKAD OR ALIVS S«00 MARSHAL DILLON - B*W ~ S«36 WmfUtt-BRiNKtiY " C SlOO NBWSCOPE - JERRY KAMMONS; WEATHER-VERN STIBRMAN - C 6126 AL GORDON ON SPORTS - C 6i36 . TAR2AN - C 7t36 STAR TMEK - C It 36 HOLLYWOOD SQUARES - C 9i00 AMERICA*8 JUNIOR MISS PACtNT - C lOiOO MEWSCOPE -JERRY MAMMONS WEATHeR-VlRN STIEmAM - lOilS AL GORDON ON SPORTS - C 10i30 THE TONIGHT SHOW - C 12iOO EVENING DEVOTIONAL THUKSDAY. MAKCH 14. 1968 6:30 Batnuin - ABC (C) 7:00 Th« Flying Nun - ABC (C) 7:30 B«witeh«d - ABC (C) 8«00 That Girl - ABC (C) 6:30 Peyton Place - ABC (C) 9(00 Rat Patrol - ABC (C) 9(30 Felony Squad - ABC (C) 10:00 Arkanaaa Newt and Weather (C) 10:15 World.New* (C) 10:20 Bud Campbell Sports (C) 10:30 Arkanaaa Sportiman (C) 11:00 Joey Blahop Show - ABC (C) FKIDAT. MARCH 15. 1968 7:30 Bozo'a Big Top Comic* (C) 8t30 The Fugitive - ABC 9s30 Thli Morning - ABC (C) Host: Dick Cavett 11:00 Bewitched - ABC 11:30 Treasure Isle - ABC (C) 12:00 the Noon Show - Live (C) 1:00 Newlywed Came - ABC (C) 1:30 The Baby CaM - ABC (C) 1:55 Children'* Doctor - ABC (C) 2:00 General Hoapital -ABC (C) """'" 2:30 Dark SJladowg - ABC'(CK-i<.fv* v . 3:00 Dating^Ga»e - ABC (C) ' 3:30 Bozo'a Big Top Cornice - Live 5:00 Bob Young Evening New* - ABC 5:30 Truth or Conaequence* (C) 6:00 Arkanaaa New* and Weather (C) 6:15 World New* (C) 6:20 Bud Campbell Sport* (C) 6:30 Off To See The Wizard - ABC (C) 7.30 The Actor - ABC (C) SPECIAL 3,30 Gun* of Will Sonnett - ABC (C) 9:00 Judd For The Defense - ABC (C) 10:00 Arkanca* New* and Weather (C) 10:15 World News (C) 10:20 Bud Campbell Sports (C) 3,0-30 The Late Show - "GOODBYE MY LADY" Walter Brennan Phil Harris KSLA-TVQI2 THURSDAY MARCH 14 6t30 Cimarron Strip 8»00 CBS Thursday Night Movie "The Thin Red Line," Jack Warden, Keir Dullea 10:00 News/Ervin 10i25 Weather/Griffin 10t30 The Late Movie "Manhunt In The Jungle," Robin Hughes, James Wilton 12i00 Weather/Vespers FRIDAY MARCH 15 6i25 6 i 25 6»55 7«05 7 i 30 81 00 9»00 9»30 IQ»OQ iOi3Q UjQQ Hi 30 Ui45 12 1 00 12? 30 i«00 1 $30 2? 00 2? 25 2 $30 3?00 3$30 4 1 00 5}00 5 ? 30 Economics ^Mon-Thur) Acro«s The Fence (Fri) Your Pastor CBS News /Bent I Bob & His Buddies Captain Kangaroo Candid Camera Beverly Hillbillies Andy Of Mayberry Dick Van Dyke Love Of Life CBS News/Bent i Search Fo? Tomorrow Gut din* Light News /Owen As The World Tumi Love is A Many §pl«ndertd Thing House Party TQ Tell The Truth CBS Neve/Edwards Edge Of Ni«hf Secret Storm Qilligan'8 Island Nsvy CBS 6 1 30 7 $30 8:00 JO Wild, Wild Vitit Copet Pyje, USHC CBS Friday Night • John «§yne, Q'Hjri News/Erwin 10$45 640 Cfrins fo Sivi for — the General Accounting Office is not like other government agencies. Variously described as prying, nitpicking, flrm-m i n d c d ( opinionated, it is a fiscal Intelligence service that keeps 2,400 .< auditors roaming through the sprawling raslness of the feder« al government, looking for waste and for compliance with congresslonally.prescribH pocketbook safeguards. The comptroller general, who heads GAO, Is appointed by the President for a 15-year term but GAO belongs to Congress, It Is Congress* combined watchdog and gadfly operating on the executive branch, and Congress loves It. In Its most recent annual report, GAO claimed its activities saved the taxpayers $1&0.1 million. Some activities of the federal government, however, are ex* empt from GAO audit. The su- persecret Central Intelligence Agency and National Security Agency are, for obvious reasons. But some Congress members question why the Federal Reserve Board and the office of the comptroller of the currency are shielded frrrrm GAO scrutiny. The Fed and the comptroller's office are two of the three principal agencies that supervise banks. The third is the Federal Deposit insurance Corp., which Insures bank deposits. GAO looks into the affairs of FDIC, but has feuded for years with that agency over withholding from its scrutiny some Information FDIC says it must keep confidential, The issue of broader GAO access to the workings of the bank supervisory agencies has boiled up at hearings by the House Banking Committee on the quality of bank supervision. Comptroller General Elmer B. Staats testified GAO cannot make a meaningful audit of FDIC under the present restrictions. Faced with these, he said, a private auditing firm would withdraw. Specifically, Staats said, "we cannot appraise the effectiveness of the examinations In lden|Wying ie ^nks^jrhpse flnan- Staats'^ testimony understandably got a friendly reception from Chairman Wright Pitman, D-Tex., of the Banking Committee whose suspicion of big banks and feud with the Federal Reserve are legend In Congress. His efforts to enact legislation in line with these feelings, however, have met at best uneven success. Some of Patman's colleagues, however, think he nr«.y fare better If the present Inquiry results In legislation pushing wider the doors of the bank supervisory agencies for GAO'sauditors. While no one believes there is any widespread weakness in the U.S. banking system, recent bank failures have caused congressional concern. A committee witness on loan from GAO testified that from the establishment of the present system until 1965 the few banks closed by the supervisors were all small. But the closing of the San Francisco National Bank In 1965 and the Public Bank of Detroit, Mich,, In 1966 changed the picture, The failure of the nearly $100 million Public Bank was the largest since the 1930s. 1QU5 I9t 19 SPQgfS §»ow T e The Ljte Movie "The tfeft Point §|ory,' Virginia Mjyo, J»m*« Cj|nfy jwc| stepped put o/ Ag machine. High- e$psa$ion foam *$$ used IP figbl 9 RrMklyn. X V Qre. Troop 63 Holds Mooting at Hut lifting Gold Cover Won't Solve Things WASHINGTON (AP) - Son- ate supporters and opponents o( the administration bill to remove the gold cover on the nation's currency have agreed it's a temporary measure and won't solve basic economic problems. Both sides took this stand Tuesday as the Senate opened debate on the House-passed legislation, A similar view was expressed by economists and gold dialers In Europe where heavy g<fid-buylng by speculators coa* tlmied. .«:>%&,• •~™-- 7 ... ^Proponents argued the gold- coyer legislation should be passed quickly as evidence of U.S. determination to make available Its entire gold stock to back up the traditional $35-an- ounce price for the metal. Currently, each $1 of currency must bo backed by 25 cents worth of gold. Administration officials made the run on gold In European markets. The Senate's Democratic strategists were aiming for quick passage, perhaps as soon as today. However, several amendments were to be offered. Gold dealers and economists In Europe applauded the bill, worth ~of~ gold^TBrjER<P fight against speculators. But most of them said the measure would Like others In tho City Troop 63 is Inking a very active part In Girl Scout Week In Hope. Members of the troop are Molly Stroch, Venita Rogers (not in picture)/ LeAnn Strtngfellow, Rhonda Quinn (not pictured), Kay McHenry, Dana Cox, Jan Billings, Sharon Rowe, Judy Gail May, Lisa Lee, Cathy Smith, Melisa Whitley, Sandra Shields, Sherrl Lynn Bryan, Slwrrie Yocpm, Terry Tlppitt and Kim Goodner. set last Doc. 15, Gold sales also were heavy in Frankfurt, Rome and Brussels. In Washington, the government made an additional $450 million In gold Immediately available to back tho dollar abroad, ' Senate opponents of the bill said they wanted to maintain the gold cover as a check on >( what they called evar-oxpandlng Until America, begins to cut they contended, it never will solve Its economic difficulties. The London Telegraph said in an editorial "the Americans simply cannot go on freely offering gold at $35 an ounce much longer. Nor can they now postpone a decision until after the presidential elections In November." Gold sales in London Tuesday were about double Monday's level, but sales did,ease th amounted to almo.si 12 tons, second highest level In French history, Tho record of 14 tons was (I ^ r H T^^te 4 .S" I Hgpssfcr 1 »-JU« •**?• ^ c V- Tf \ You say people f are afraid • V to get involved? $ff t •• not everyone, **< J?:T r »j Many telephone people have made it their business to get Involved In other people's problems. They've saved hundreds of lives In the process, often risking their own safety. Over the years. 240 Southwestern Bell employees have been awarded the Vail Medal, an award recognizing acts which exemplify the. company's highest traditions of service. Among our Vail Medal winners are employees who ... pulled a mother and her son from the rushing waters of a turbulent river... carried a baby from a blazing trailer home •. • dragged, i man and woman from a burning car. The list goes on and on. And we're proud of them all. They're th« kind of people you can count on to get involved. r » it b .«•> "» o tt tl t'l <tr at U> la n! n f M U»* 8«U o, Tmt

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