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Tall, But True, Tales: As Told in A.A. (by Fred S.)
I was pacing the hospital floor. The brand-new psychiatrist was sitting on the bed. "Well, what made you drunk this time?" said he. "The cat," said I...
The Clip Sheet
Washington, D.C., Times-Herald: "Rehabilitation of chronic alcoholics through the therapy of Alcoholics Anonymous was 61% successful in cases...
A.A.'s Country-wide News Circuit
Over 600 visited the recently established Cleveland Alcoholic Clinic at 7809 Euclid Avenue, and consumed uncounted gallons of coffee and ice cream....
Bottoms Up!
From an Outwood, Ky., member comes the story of a young alcoholic who lived with his old maid sisters. At the end of each binge he would come home...
Real Oldtimers Meet With New 'Babies' to Exchange Views on Program
A panorama of A.A. firsts was unfolded the other night in New York City when several of its first members, including one of the co-founders, gathered...
Guest Editorial: Do We Make Too Much of Anniversaries? (by T.D.Y.)
CELEBRATING anniversaries is an old American custom and no one should be surprised that it is being perpetuated in A.A. Unfortunately, however,...
High Finance
This is the story of a bank account. Mine. It spreads over 19 years and the good lord only knows how many dollars went in and out of what probably...
At the Public Level
Having long been an enthusiastic user of their maps, booklets and general traveling advice, a friend of the Woman recently acquired an AAA license...
The 51st Freedom (by Anonymous)
AS a member, however new, of Alcoholics Anonymous, I join fervently with others in my appreciation of our Fifty Freedoms. It shouldn't take any of us...
SUMMARY (by J. N. P. MOORE, M.D., F.R.C.P.I., D)
A WIDE variety of people habitually drinks to excess--the tired businessman, the over-wrought professional man, the convivial adolescent, the...