Stories from the 1940s

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Research Council The Research Council on Problems of Alcohol held an Evening Institute on "The Treatment and Prevention of Alcoholism" on June 20th. Many A.A.s were present, some attending Bill's talk "The A.A. Approach to the Problem of Alcoholism" at 5 P.M., and a... July 1944
Along the Metropolitan Circuit BROOKLYN. Well, you know how Brooklyn is. Trees grow there, and so does A.A., but they don't talk so much about it. We think it bears repeating that A.A. started there, right on Clinton St. in Bill's house. There are still plenty of A.A.'s around... June 1944
Along the Metropolitan Circuit BROOKLYN. The Brooklyn Group took over the meeting on Sunday, June 11th, at Montclair, New Jersey, and about twenty loyal Brooklyn rooters went along in support of their speakers. The open meetings of the Brooklyn Group continue to be held, at 8:30... July 1944
Along the Metropolitan Circuit BROOKLYN BRIEFS. For the summer months, we are holding open meetings on Friday at 8:30 P.M., in the air-cooled Grand Salon of the Hotel St. George, Henry and Clark Streets, Brooklyn. An elevator runs from the Clark Street Station of the 7th Avenue,... August 1944
Along the Metropolitan Circuit BERGEN COUNTY RATES NEWSPAPER EDITORIAL. . . The County's leading newspaper, Bergen Evening Record, is emphasizing editorially the important work being done by the Bergen Group. Donald Borg, the editor, is an ardent supporter of Alcoholics Anonymous... September 1944
Along the Metropolitan Circuit BERGEN COUNTY USES ADS. . . Dissatisfied with lackadaisical 12th-step activities, and determined to tackle the local problem of alcoholism more vigorously, we recently began to insert A.A. ads in the Bergen Evening Record, the county's leading... October 1944
Along the Metropolitan Circuit BERGEN COUNTY INVITES EXCHANGES. . . The new Chairman and Secretary-Treasurer, elected recently at a closed meeting, immediately embarked upon an enlarged program. The aim is to accelerate activities to accommodate the large influx of new members... November 1944
Along the Metropolitan Circuit BERGEN COUNTY STRIDES FORWARD. . . Greatly increased membership has made larger meeting quarters imperative. Donald Borg, Editor of The Bergen Evening Record, again came to our rescue. Meetings will be held in a spacious wing of the Hackensack... December 1944
Fighting a Pint Pot July 1944
New Theory Re: The Blind Staggers August 1944