CBS Evening News for Saturday, Mar 23, 1985
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REPORTER: Charles Kuralt
(Columbus, Ohio) Reopening of Ohio's privately insured savings and loan banks, closed due to collapse of Home State Savings Bank, examined. [Governor Richard CELESTE - calls for stricter standards on state chartered banks.] Lack of customer panic discussed. [Econ. Philip GLASGO - notes implications of run on savings and loan companies] Ohio crisis' effect on United States dollar overseas mentioned; Home State Savings Bank reported suing auditor who claimed its investments were safe. Celeste noted appointing overseer of state's savings and loans. [CUSTOMER - resents limitations on withdrawals.]
REPORTER: Ned Potter
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