Have you tried using the KEEP keyword on the window programs.   What happens is program B clears the screen when is ends, unless KEEP is specified.  The system restores the display from program A but it is not the last screen written.  That was program B which had its screen cleared.  When control is finally returned to program A, its screen is restored.

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    <<<<program C the RSTDSP keyword now saves a blank buffer to restore
    <<<<when you return from program C.

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