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Portal House Described
"One of the first things a man who wishes to cure himself of alcoholism must do is to recognize the fact that there is no cure." These pragmatic...
. . . .On the 12th Tradition (by Doc.)
ALCOHOLICS Anonymous Traditions admonish us that to preserve harmony and to enhance the survival value of our movement, we should seriously respect...
Alcoholism Gets Worldwide Recognition
IN recent months the medical profession has taken two great strides in the recognition of alcoholism as a disease and a public health problem....
Alcoholic Peril Found in Drugs
THE new so-called non-habit-forming tranquilizing drugs were the target of warning comments by physicians participating in the eleventh annual...
Helping Hands
NEW ILLINOIS PROGRAM: A new "Commission on the Care of Alcoholics" was recently approved by the Illinois General and Governor William G. Stratton....
I Found Freedom in Prison (by T. W.)
WHAT MY UNREAL WORLD MOST needed was a bar mirror that gave back true images of the Alice's and Alec's in Blunderland. Many years ago, I sat at a bar...
AA World Wide
INDIA'S MAGIC CARPET. In February 1956, General Service Headquarters "set the loom" in New Delhi, India, by answering the inquiries of an English...
Helping Hands
APPROXIMATELY 250 NURSES AND DOCTORS visited the AA display for professional groups during the recent four-day meeting of the Industrial Health...
Helping Hands
"MILTOWN? NO MARTINIS!" "Happy Pills Plus Joy Juice; Pack Faster, Bigger Wallop"--These headlines, one from Time magazine one from the New York World...
Easy Does It (by Y. G.)
WHEN I FIRST CAME INTO AA the slogans appealed to me, although I didn't pay much attention to putting them into practice in my own life. The many...