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STATE EFFORTS to control alcoholism and intemperance in Czechoslovakia were intensified in 1954 . . . The Ministry of Health issued regulations in...
Outside AA
THE North American Association of Alcoholism Programs, formerly the National States' Conference on Alcoholism, was founded in 1949 as the result of a...
A Seedling? (by S. G.)
SOMETIMES it happens in GSO that an appeal of great poignancy comes from a place as yet untouched by the healing power of our fellowship. Such a cry...
Outside AA
SAPPORO, Japan, July 8. A farm association executive who never touched alcohol was pronounced cured today of a twenty-year drunk. The executive is a...
Things That Go Boing-g-g (by Anon.)
IN Southern California where each meeting opens with the reading of Chapter Five and the Twelve Steps, there's an occasional slip of the tongue. Some...
AA + Gp = Progress (by Dr. William W. Bauer)
Now THAT alcoholism is widely regarded by the medical profession as a disease, and the public is coming more slowly to the same appreciation, it is...
Some Recover in Spite of Themselves
THE traditional view that an alcoholic who is not willing to be helped can not be helped is challenged by a study published in the Quarterly Journal...
The Colonel Was a Lush (by J. S.)
I AM on a two-week tour of duty at the Pentagon. I am a lieutenant colonel now, and this is my second promotion since I was released from wartime...
Across the Editor's Desk
If you haven't already seen it on page 15, we call your attention to a new cartoon feature by an artist who has been around AA for some time, and who...
Baker's Dozen (by Anonymous)
MOST of us come into this Fellowship feeling that we were just a little bit different in our drinking than anyone else. Many of us feel that the...