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T ^ N F A lL S – Do’yoii sufler fr( l S L ifiib i * Wi |B Q s n . : F q U t ‘ ctober: C TIm flw T inFalls, Idaho- Sunday, O «f 25.1987 -2 os-N a. w Jls, T T an W iite ; ‘G o o (c I l V U lifein a neu tow\n I R yi in VipS victim ii as friend Stude lents take Al hilia. .. Ryan s a i i “They ju s t didn’t Ryi -hisfaem opl^ m an] He lived in Kokomo then. For the anything to do with me a t aU. ‘ears, next 2Vt yea: he bad almost no og He jetreated into watchmg televile i frienda. He felt unwelcome in milFtory ‘ es. sioi many places. He was barred from aion and plasring w ith ffl \ toy avdmming ,_in some tuwa pools; toys. He badly wanted « ..ii stered a restaurant, peo- Kokomo. Kol when he ente d i u t Cruelest of all, o pie walked Middle School banned ‘ ‘ His wish was m et last Ma] ! Western Mii 1 and his orridors and classrooms, h is mother moved w ith him t his him from con her, sisi Hia mothet Jeanne White, won sister, 13-year-old Andn uth. ‘ ler.to. Cic a court brder force the school to Cicero, 26 miles-to th e sout She ___ advance in cod accept Ryan,,’b u t she cc^dn’t re* combined a loon w ith an ai ng &om a company developing a T V &t3i a down movie about Ryan to put ByGEORGEESPER om paym ent on a three-bedroon Cape S ^ The Associated Press tdsanda Cod house bordered by woodi lake. : CICERO. I n d .- C laQSamatea buy sa ke tfe a tlll cola and chips, b ^ c him choco’ ien Sitting a t the Jdtcher bay • tat me lh K okom o, In d .. 1 )ol, Tony Cook, hi& prifidpal said in g |. • Ai d s . Now 15 aad livint in a new dI nW banred from V estern M iddle School b e c a u s e of h is Illn e s^s e r being e R y w is doing well in the ninth* ai tbwn, Ryan says these are the best IS s grade, taking business .d a ta studer body president gra lent daya ofhis life. iiiwnn has a chronic cough. tewart, a 17-year-old “I think we oil have’the hun t lish One is Jill Ste^ processing, algebra, Englis and pro • “Everything’s going pretty good.” ’ pp Kat a he’s ^ d trouble stay Most recently ^ : president of the stu – comPi Igh. biology. fmHofl Ht m ■etty he aaid. T m feeling prett healthy, m ove’the hos lostility and bitterness, bio sttid. keeping food down. in g worm and imat^ » ____ __ B tay d_8ometime8_drive8_huma like a hum an, !vcst-was_dent_body_;Ond_i ——- Pve-got-a-nice-houM ^i ^nd-a-good-w hon-R ynn-B a-walked -down -thfr-hall— ware mostly Ba, and-theJowc ?hen pl iwn. ____ __ 1. Ryan to sdiool. She said the 650 * ^ 0 he came, no one was plan- thinks*AZT, an expa • His motner oC is family.” some kids threw themselves o C . Jvety- increases his appetit ng i xpcrimehtal drug, unilton Heights pre- ning on treating him badly. Evi students ot Ham : Positive words from a h o y who againat their lockers in exagger* n t eir down too much, upsetting 1 and ho eats le v jctite » n’s “Arcadia b so m uch niceir than pored for Ryan’s arrival-with spo- one was a little afraid deep dc nally has known he is tennina] ill smce ated escape. “Watch out! Watch ^ ‘ te. ;ng his , side, Parted Mrs. White contim stomach. . \ AIDS that helped insidi but then we really staa Western,” Ryan said. “I didn’ havo d al dasses on J In’t I di December 1984, when doctors-told out!” they’d to anted theinventoiydivisioi inking about it. We ju s t war re, any friends a t all. O ut here, I ju st them better unders.tand th e think itinuea to work in VIDS him he had acquired AlC through tronics Corp. in isionofDelcoElecKol benormol.” im . . to.be. have disease. uaed to trea t “I jm t tu ir ed the other cheek,” h a\ hundreds.”. _ . . . a blood-clotting agent ua in $12.70 an hour. Kokomo, earning Th( “A lot of us ju s t feel for him . Vg._ Foundation in Koko Ryon White The r heorts because of what 1 our h joker medical expensesCokomo helps pay not • 7 cn through,” said Wendy Boi been j._ .l surance and for Ryi not a16-yeor-old junior. “We di h penses when his Imot covered by in1& Ryan’s living exmt him to hove to go throi want ,g off work to care for h] mother thust take ; at thatagoin ond ‘w e’re trying ; Despite th e Dr him. s ake it make easier on him.” sadness, Mrs. White setbacks and ; The invitations to dances ond not fe^l sorry for h ite and Ryan do s thei imea are all new to Ryan, ‘ h o ofw hat might hove b .w themselves or talk r n nds to shrug ^e’ /red tching vision oppearanccf network telo* lost of the time. I like watcl k for benefits. The ^ a lls 0 nnd AIDS V 0 lot. That’s about all I do.” nces lined with Ils ofhis house are pho loesn’t celebrities who appc Mrs. White said Ryan doe photographs of ‘ now how to act in sodal gath- including Elizabeth c o r^ with him. g pp rings bccouse they’ve been so ton John, en cA Toylor ond El* i act ire. “He’s been out of contac of )W,_of____ R y an Jfip n t^ JJi^ K»Qng-up-fjom -1 3- to-now age yeek ling around kids his own a – in Los Angeles as c in September ______ __ nor ic said. ■“Because of hia letes For Kids, a as a guest of AtE^ :ive non-profit foimdacmophilia, he’a not been activ in tion for ill childn ontact helped mark establi ildren, where he )orts. He’s ju st been out of con Ryan White Nationj tablishment of the ith life.” ■ vide financial aid tc Fund to proional Ryan has been sick for muc of AIDS. A highlight to childreii with ud» d ol variety visit to Disneyland,of the trip was a hc laat three years with a vo: tit ; ocystis f illnesses induding pneumoc; nd. “I think th at’a m arinii pneumonia, colds andI respir In atory ond liver problems. In his Ryan,” said Mrs. made it fun for s V, ! he’s had a lot of ast year in Kokomo, be was >. White. “It’s sad you’re going to of opportunities. utorcd at home for all but about a )t hi i e hrcc months bccausc of the liver illness. I mean0 no have a terminal J . ;■■■ . period. But we’ve nobody wants it, roblems. 1 go ‘ things. We’ve hod got to do a lot of ai e ; • e Ryan, whose frail frame has We’ve been to Italy, real happy life. da ; • . in to ever • earned more than 76 We’ve really gotaly,( on Italian TV. School In Arcadia. Ind. ds ounds, now weighs 72 pounds and as a family.” an 15, ln to do an awf\il lot

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