outgoing station director in May of 1968 was John Heckenlively, seen
here in the room we grandly called the Inner Office. I recall
that the previous month, when Martin Luther King was assassinated,
John and I tried to decide what the station should do. He was
in favor of suspending normal programming. As program director,
I favored keeping normal programs but including some of Dr. King's
recorded speeches and sermons which we had on hand. My plan won
out, but in hindsight, I don't know whether it was the better plan.