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Mail Call for All A.A.s at Home Or Abroad (by D.W.)
My father died June 23. He always enjoyed receiving The A.A. Grapevine while he lived. My sister and I will be grateful always for what A.A. meant to...
A.A.'s Country-wide News Circuit
With regard to open meetings, our correspondent in San Luis Obispo, Cal., writes, "We began a group effort here on the 'open' basis largely because...
Editorial: (by Bill W.)
"Our membership ought to include all who suffer alcoholism. Hence we may refuse none who wish to recover. Nor ought A.A. membership ever depend upon...
The Clip Sheet
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: "Vicious Den of Pinochle Players Unmasked: VICE RAIDERS CRASH A.A. PARTY --Police Snoopers Smash into Roomful of Ex-Drinkers...
A. A. Digest--
Central Bulletin, Cleveland: "Take Care of That Cold! It's when you've got the sniffles and your back is aching and you feel that you're gonna die,...
Alabama Paper Helps Oklahoman Survive Colorado (by G.A.P.)
As was our usual custom, my wife, daughter, and I went to Manitou, Colorado, the first of July last year. I had been an A.A. for about seven months,...
Some People Are Much Sicker Than Others (by W.J.)
"Some people," a friend of ours says, "are a lot sicker than others." He was talking about a man who, after two months of sobriety in A.A., was now...
Editorial: (by Bill W.)
"Alcoholics Anonymous should remain forever non-professional. We define professionalism as the occupation of counseling alcoholics for fees or hire....
Mail Call for A.A.s at Home and Abroad (by J.R.)
I came to this town about two years ago and began breaking ground for an A.A. group. My first contact with the owner of the newspaper, here, resulted...
Money Getting Low (by J.K.)
Briefly, why am I an A.A.? There is but one answer. After suffering the tortures of the damned and enduring the penalties which every alcoholic must...