From the May 1946 magazine.

The Clip Sheet

COMMUNITY BENEFITS

Fayetteville, N. C., Observer: "Alcoholics Anonymous since the establishment of its chapter here has served to help a number of local citizens snap their fingers in the face of the devil of intemperance and prove to themselves and their friends and families that they had what it took to stop drink before drink stopped them.

"The personal reward of getting out of the clutches of the alcohol habit is tremendous, and at the same time the benefit to the community is not inconsiderable when one considers the transformation of a citizen, who was apt to become a community liability, into a citizen who pulls his own weight, stays sober, earns money and pays taxes."

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