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Oct. 8, 1943 Naval Cantonment, Honolulu, Hawaii Alcoholics Anonymous Dear Sirs:
Time on Your Hands?
This column will deal specifically with one or two "time fillers" in each issue, but we want to cover the kind of thing you are most interested in....
Time on Your Hands?
In discussing hobbies with some cronies recently, it transpired that those who, in one opinion, are the steadiest and most integrated members...
After 2 Years in A. A. (by Mel A. C.)
Two years in A.A. finds me increasingly happy and, I hope, a more useful citizen. It seems now that results come almost in direct ratio to my...
A.A. Digest--
Central Bulletin, Cleveland, Ohio: "The trustees of Cleveland Public Library gratefully acknowledged the gift of seven volumes of the Braille edition...
Speaking of MANIFESTATIONS. . . . . (by E.B.)
"A.A. has kept me dry four months," a sincere member said at our Group meeting the other night, "but the spiritual angle eludes me. I have turned my...
The Pleasures of Reading (by H.A.D.)
This is the story of Ellen Croy, smart young New Yorker with everything most women crave. She has a good job on a newspaper, a loving husband, a...
IV (by R. F. S.)
"The fact is that most alcoholics. . .have lost the power of choice in drink. Our so-called will power becomes practically non-existent. . . We are...
Vino Vignette (by R.O.H.)
Being blind drunk--if you like to get that way--has its rewards; but being blind (Period) has few, unless you go looking for them. C. G., living in...
Mail Call for All A.A.s at Home Or Abroad (by Bill R.)
"I was very interested to read in the September issue that 'Rip' of Eau Claire, Wis., in his message to the Rochester, Minn., Group, on the occasion...