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Drunken Driving / Alcoholism #283369

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Apr 24, 1982
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(Studio) Proliferation of tougher DUI laws noted. Alcoholism clinics featured.
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

(Los Angeles, California) Gail Storm commercial for clinics shown. Other commercials shown. High costs of treatment noted. [MAN - says cure is worth the cost.] [Director Alcohol Program Bob REYNOLDS - claims expensive hospital programs are not necessary.] Comprehensive Care Corporation cited as-major provider of alcoholic care programs. [Comprehensive Care Corp. Dr. Joseph PURSCH - thinks ads are OK.] Raleigh Hills program considered. Film with regard to Raleigh Hills played. [President Raleigh Hills, Hank BLAKELY - acknowledges profit motive.] Public program in San Diego Cnty., California, noted. Scenes shown. [REYNOLDS - says price is not indication of success.] Incr. availability of such programs termed good.
REPORTER: Jerry Bowen

(Studio) FBI said looking into allegations of Medicare overcharges by Raleigh Hills organization Chg. said denied by Raleigh Hills.
REPORTER: Susan Spencer

Bowen, Jerry;
Spencer, Susan

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