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Mail Call for All A.A.s in the Armed Forces (by W. A. L.)
Attached is a very precious letter written by a young bomber pilot in Italy, the son of a Springfield A.A. who has been a member since November, 1944...
A.A.'s Country-wide News Circuit
It was a big night at New York's 48th Street Theatre, June 15, when A.A.s bought out the house and intermittently laughed with delight or felt...
Only Nice Things Happened (by E. K.)
One afternoon a little more than three years ago, I was riding down First Avenue in a cab. I was wedged in the corner of the seat and my brother...
Mail Call for All A.A.s in the Armed Forces (by Sgt. A. H.)
"As a very new A.A. --less than two months --I can find only one gripe. In the best illogical tradition of the Army it is that I didn't find A.A....
Flexibility Is Vital (by Bill W.)
Does Alcoholics Anonymous have a public relations policy? Is it adequate to meet our present and future needs? Though it has never been definitely...
Vino Vignettes: (by C. C.)
"Really, Pvt. C, I don't know what to do about you!" said the Commanding Officer with a perplexed expression. "We had you confined for thirty days,...
Some of the Problems of 12th Step Work (by M. A. C.)
After something more than two years of 12th Step work, it appears that the chances of success depend very largely on the prospect. However, results...
The Pleasures of Reading (by R.E.B.)
Cecil Rhodes gasped his seven last words: "So little done --so much to do." The brazen colossus with the lungs of clay lost his battle against time,...
The Pleasures of Reading (by Lois K.)
When London Wingo, with his wife Kathie, "a tiny, merry rain-drop of a girl", left the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary to take up his...
What Can We Lose? (by H. A. R.)
(Editor's Note: The following excerpts from a talk given by a Wisconsin A.A. at the second anniversary dinner of the Des Moines, Iowa, Group, seem...