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A.A. Discussed on "We, the People" Program
Editor's Note: In answer to numerous requests, The Grapevine reprints that portion of the We The People radio program on Sunday, May 4, in which...
A. A.'s Country-wide News Circuit
A.A. activities in Central New York gained spirited impetus with the recent inauguration of a plan for speakers of one group to handle the meeting of...
New Interest Created
The Australian branch of Alcoholics Anonymous came into being in October, 1944. Its founders (all non-alcoholics) were the Reverend Father T. V....
A.A.'s Country-wide News Circuit
The October 27, 1946, issue of The American Weekly carried a series under "Letters to the Editor" which resulted in what looks like another good...
The Clich Expert Testifies on Alcoholism (by A.P.)
Q. Mr. Heister, you are an expert in the use of the cliche as applied to alcoholism, are you not? A. Indubitably. Q. In that case, would you give us...
Mail Call for All A.A.s at Home Or Abroad (by R.K.)
I finally got my divorce from John Barleycorn! I just got sick and tired of him beating me up all the time. Honestly, I don't know how I ever lived...
Musings From the Backbar (by E.W.)
My friend Joe, who had been on the telephone, cradled the instrument and drummed his fingers on the desk. "Can you imagine a guy," he said with a...
Reasonable Doubt (by E.S.)
A FEW months ago I visited Reno, Nev., for the first time. While looking around the town I got into conversation with one of the local residents....
Take Heed (by Associated Press)
"Another Los Angeles wife got a divorce because her husband drank too much. 'But he doesn't drink whisky,' Mrs. Marie Dunn told the court about...
To a Gallant Band a Toast! (by A.Y.)
SINCE I am the husband of an alcoholic's wife, I want to pay a tribute and offer a toast (a dry one, of course) to that gallant band of women--the...