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AIDS / Ray Brothers #317245

CBS Evening News for Monday, Aug 24, 1987
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Arcadia, Florida: Bill Whitaker) First day of school for Ray brothers, hemophiliacs who have tested positive for AIDS, after legal efforts of school system and other parents to keep them out featured; details given, scenes shown. [MAN - accuses media of harassing children.] [WOMAN - describes alleged safety precautions for her son.] [CHILD - doesn't want to catch AIDS.] [WOMAN - notes her orders to daughter not to tease Ray bros.] [Clifford RAY - notes sons don't pose threat to anyone.] [Dr. Jerry BARBOSA - agrees.] [PEOPLE - defense discrimination.] [Pvt. school principal Marla COCHRAN - cites their incrd. enrollment.] [Citizens Against AIDS in Schools spokesperson Dan TEW - calls for resumption of legal fight against boys.] [School superintendent Lawrence BROWNING - defs. such mentality.] [Louise RAY - wants the paranoid in town to have some empathy.]

Rather, Dan;
Whitaker, Bill

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