Alcoholic Foundation

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New Information Center Set Up in Youngstown (by J. H. A., Jr.)
A Tri-County Alcoholic Foundation, a non-profit organization, has been chartered under the laws of Ohio, at Youngstown, including Mahoning, Trumbull...
Mail Call for All A.A.s at Home Or Abroad (by Neil K.)
The name of the Tri-County Alcoholic Foundation is being changed to the Youngstown Committee for Education on Alcoholism, and we will be affiliated...
A.A.'s Country-wide News Circuit
A second booklet in the Spanish language, based principally on Akron No. 1 Group's Manual for A.A., has just been made ready for the press by the...
Phone Call Across the Ocean Sets A. A. in Motion
At 10 o'clock on the morning of Tuesday, January 28, the switchboard operator at the Alcoholic Foundation, general headquarters of Alcoholics...
No A. A. Movie
Hal B. Wallis, motion picture producer, has cancelled plans to make a full-length motion picture about Alcoholics Anonymous. Present heavy schedules...
Ask Your Secretary
Did you know that The Alcoholic Foundation--A.A.'s general service office--has been sending out a monthly news bulletin for two years? This bulletin...
Rye Birthday
The Rye, N. Y. Group is now moving along on its second year, still glowing with the success of its first anniversary meeting. Approximately 400...
Bottoms Up!
One of the general office secretaries sent us the following letter, received last month at the Alcoholic Foundation. Here it is: "I have read that...
Bottoms Up!
One of the mail boys at The Alcoholic Foundation says he saw A.A. go into action by accident. He was wrapping A.A. pamphlets for a regular mailing...
The A.A. Movement Gains Public Recognition
THE Rockefeller dinner in March, 1940, not only yielded desperately needed funds for the new movement during a critical period, but it also provided...