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Letters to the Grapevine. . . (by W. S.)
Dear Grapevine: The National Committee for Education on Alcoholism is sending speakers throughout the country to acquaint the public with the...
Rochester Prepares Novices for Group Participation (by M. L.)
(Editor's Note: This is the third in a continuing series of articles outlining the various indoctrination plans followed by different groups...
An Ex-secretary Pleads for Anonymity (by R.E.)
(The following letter is printed in the hope that it will draw attention to the good reasons for anonymity in all public dealings, to avoid undue...
Mail Call for All A.A.s at Home Or Abroad (by H.E.T.)
Good grief and little fishes! What have they got out there in Little Rock, Ark.--a concentration camp? It sure doesn't sound like A.A. to me, at...
Chicago Secretary Dies Suddenly (by E.B.)
She knew all about us and loved us anyway. Grace Cultice, 57, was a blessed paradox--a non-alcoholic who spoke the language of the alkies, an "...
Barley Corn
A certain fellow was an alcoholic but also a very good golfer. In this particular tournament, he ended up in a tie with one of the country's leading...
Mail Call for A.A.s at Home and Abroad (by E.J.F.)
MAN can only be happy by giving of himself to others. A.A. opens an avenue for us to give so much at such small cost to the individual. We are all on...
Editorial:
THE scene was outside a funeral home. The policeman stationed there had seen many funerals. Big shots and little shots had gone to their rest from...
The Arena (by Charlie S.)
ON page 9 of the gorgeously turned out September issue of The A. A. Grapevine appears a 2 1/2 page complaint by H.S. of Charlotte, N. Car., regarding...
From Within These Walls (by H. R.)
TODAY we live in a world stunned by sorrow. The grief of millions hangs over us like a pall. We are all seeking a new beginning. In our present...