1963 - E M Jellinek, alcoholism educator and AA friend dies.
1942 - L.A. Times reports AA groups in 14 California cities.
1943 - Wilson's start 1st major A.A. tour, returned Jan 19, 1944.
1973 - Trustee's Archives Committee of AA has its first meeting.
1994 - National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence celebrates 50 years.
Other significant events which occurred in October, but for which we have no specific date:
1936 - Bill C., a Canadian alkie staying at Bill's house, committed suicide using a gas stove.
1939 - 1st central committee formed in Cleveland; 1st example A.A. rotation.
1942 - First issue of Cleveland Central Bulletin is published.
1944 - First non American branch started in Sydney, 1951 - Lasker Award given to AA by American Public Health Assoc.
1951 - Sister Ignatia wrote "Care of Alcoholics - St.Thomas Hospital & A.A. Started Movement Which Swept Country" article in "Hospital Progress" the journal of Catholic Hospital Association.
1954 - The "Alcoholic Foundation" renamed the "General Service Board of A.A."
1958 - Playhouse 90 TV airs "The Days of Wine and Roses".