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A Loner in the Deep South (by B.E.G.)
FOR six years I was a hopeless drunkard on the tragic road to self-destruction through the use of alcohol. I drank heavily every few days, week, or...
Facing Up to a Problem (by K.J. and R.G.)
COLORADO Springs has Pikes Peak, the breath-taking beauty of the Garden of the Gods--and an alcoholic problem. And the problem, while augmented by...
The Chairman
MADE a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God, as we understood him. The Chairman of the Mid-Week closed Group laid his pipe...
Milestones for Millions Who Do Not Yet Know. . . .
THIS was a year of hope and help from an awakening lay public for the alcoholic. The calendar year that has just closed contained momentous news...
GUIDEBOOK FOR PRESBYTERIAN MINISTERS
TWO important new reports in officially approved church publications offer further guidance to the minister to whom both alcoholics and their...
GUIDEBOOK FOR PRESBYTERIAN MINISTERS
TWO important new reports in officially approved church publications offer further guidance to the minister to whom both alcoholics and their...
AA and GP's
FOR approximately 3000 general practitioners "the most thorough seminar on diagnosis, management, and rehabilitation of alcoholics ever presented to...
OBSOLETE CONCEPTS MUST GO
NEW hope and new help for "the sick drinker" is offered in three recent important medical journals. They indicate that the year 1953 may well mark...
Non-alcoholics Carry a Message, Too
CALIFORNIA--Three hundred delegates to the convention of the California Episcopal Diocese voted at a final session to set up a commission to study...
Some General Approaches (by F. H.)
ALCOHOLISM is generally admitted nowadays to be a disease. But here is problem: if alcoholism is a disease, we are challenged to find a cure. And by...