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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

Tuesday, March 19, 1946
    [Public Papers: Special Message to the Congress Transmitting Report Concerning the United Nations]
10:00 am Senator Carl A. Hatch, New Mexico
(Asked for the appointment)
10:15 am Senator George L. Radcliffe, Md.
(Asked for the appointment)
10:30 am Cong. Joseph Clark Baldwin, N.Y. (R)
(Asked for the appointment last week upon his
return from South America, to report on his trip)
10:45 am General Carl A. Spaatz; Gen. Bruce Hovey, Commanding
at Bolling Field; Captain George S. Howard, Conductor, Army
Air Force Band; Mr. Merle Jones, manager of Washington
outlet, Station WOL; Mr. Charter Heslep, Washington Representative Mutual Broadcasting System.
(To present some recordings of music played by this band
at their debut when they dedicated their thirty- minute
program to State of Missouri. This program was first
of a series entitled "This is Your Country". Heslep thought
this such a beautifully written music drama extolling the
virtues of Missouri, with everything from an ex-Metropolitan
opera singer to an Ozark hillbilly number, that the Presi-
dent should be given a special pressing)
11:30 am Mr. John M. Guild, of Dallas, Texas; Mrs. Harold L. Mathias,
of Oklahoma City, his daughter; Maj. M.A. Guild, his son,
and Mrs. Guild's son's wife.
(To shake hands)
12:30 pm Mr. Tom Hennings of St. Louis
12:45 pm The Secretary of State [James F. Byrnes]; Gen. Walter B. Smith,
the United States Ambassador to Russia.
1:00 pm (Lunch) Cabinet luncheon, all except Secy. of Agriculture,
and the Postmaster General, and the Postmaster General may just
make it if his train gets here in time.
4:00 pm The Secretary of the Navy [James Forrestal]; Admiral Chester Nimitz;
Vice Admiral W.H.P. Blandy.
7:15 pm (Attended off-record dinner at Burning Tree Country Club)

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President Truman with Byrnes and Smith

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