Harry S. Truman Presidential Library & Museum

Daily Appointments
of Harry S. Truman

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This Presidential Appointments Calendar is based upon the records contained in the
Matthew J. Connelly Files


Thursday, September 20, 1945
   
Executive Orders:  [9623 ABOLISHING THE OFFICE OF ECONOMIC STABILIZATION AND TRANSFERRING ITS FUNCTIONS TO THE OFFICE OF WAR MOBILIZATION AND RECONVERSION]
Executive Orders:  [9621 TERMINATION OF THE OFFICE OF STRATEGIC SERVICES AND DISPOSITION OF ITS FUNCTIONS]
Executive Orders:  [9622 REVOCATION OF EXECUTIVE ORDER 9103 OF MARCH 18, 1942, (1) PROVIDING UNIFORM CONTROL OVER THE PUBLICATION AND USE OF FEDERAL STATISTICAL INFORMATION WHICH WOULD GIVE AID AND COMFORT TO THE ENEMY]
Executive Orders:  [9624 Reinstating Wilys R. Peck in the foreign service of the United States; September 20, 1945; not published]
    [Public Papers: Letter Accepting Resignation of Henry L. Stimson as Secretary of War]
    [Public Papers: Letter to General William J. Donovan on the Termination of the Office of Strategic Services]
    [Public Papers: Letter to Secretary Byrnes Concerning the Development of a Foreign Intelligence Program]
9:45 am Cong. Joe W. Erwin
10:00 am Sen. Tom Connally, Texas
Sen. Scott W. Lucas, Ill.
Sen. Arthur H. Vandenberg, Mich.
(Have been designated by Senate Foreign Relations
Committee to call upon President for purpose dis-
cussing atomic bomb, before Senate meets today)
10:15 am Cong. C. Jasper Bell, Mo.
Mr. H. R. Williams
Mr. Joseph Miller
(Williams & Miller members of Mo. State Legislature)
10:30 am Mr. Milton R. Polland
(One of leaders of Progressive party in Wisconsin,
to discuss political situation. General Harry Vaughan,
who made appointment, thinks the people in Wisconsin
apparently looking for place to "sit down." Polland
comes recommended by Judge Ryan Duffy and Postmaster
Fleischner at Milwaukee.)
10:45 am Hon. Robert S. Kerr, (Governor of Oklahoma)
11:00 am Maj. Gen. U. S. Grant 3rd, Chairman, National Capital
Park and Planning Commission, with members of the
Commission:
Sen. Theodore G. Bilbo
Sen. Jennings Randolph
Brig. Gen. Charles W. Kutz
Mr. William A. Delano, et al
(will bring some maps of plans for District of
Columbia, which they will show on small easel -
will only take few minutes)
11:15 am Brig. Gen. Julius Ochs Adler
(Exec. Vice Pres., N. Y. Times, just back from Japan -
is controlling executive of N. Y. Times)
11:30 am McGraw-Hill Editors
(About sixty of them - meeting here in Washington -
Mr. McGraw also may present to the President copy of
"This Man Truman", the first copy, by Frank McNaughton
and Walter Hehmeyer. Hehmeyer is also coming because
of this.)
11:45 am Mr. Joe W. McQueen
(Of Kansas City, has been acting as Counsel for
World War Veterans' Investigating Committee, and
here for few weeks in Old House Office Bldg.)
12:00 pm Hon. Frances Perkins
(Former Secretary of Labor - asked to see the Pres-
ident for few minutes while in Washington)
12:15 pm Hon. Harold H. Burton, Assoc. Justice, U. S.
Supreme Court
(To thank the President for his appointment)
12:30 pm Mr. Richard Deupree
(Head of Proctor and Gamble Co., Cincinnati -
would like to know the President as he spent
number of years in WPB, War Labor Board and Business
Advisory Council. Was going to be in city and
asked to come in and meet the President.)
12:45 pm Sen. F. P. Carville, Nebr.
1:00 pm (Lunch)


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