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


Tuesday, March 26, 1946
   
Executive Orders:  [9708 SPECIFYING COMMUNICABLE DISEASES FOR THE PURPOSE OF REGULATIONS PROVIDING FOR THE APPREHENSION, DETENTION, OR CONDITIONAL RELEASE OF INDIVIDUALS TO PREVENT THE INTRODUCTION, TRANSMISSION, OR SPREAD OF COMMUNICABLE DISEASES]
11:45 am Senator James Huffman, Ohio; Mr. Charles A. Otis, Co-Chairman,
Cleveland Sesquicentennial Commission; Mr. John F. Curry, Chairman
of Board, County Commissioners, Cuyahoga County, Ohio; Mr. Donald
F. Lybarger, County Recorder, Cuyahoga County; Congressman Michael
A. Feighan, Ohio.
(The Mayor requested this appointment for Committee to invite
the President to come to Cleveland July 22, 1946 to participate
in Cleveland's 150th Anniversary.)
12:00 pm Hon. Josiah Marvel, Jr.
(Newly appointed American Minister to Denmark - wishes to talk
to the President before departure for post)
12:15 pm Mr. Ogden Reid
12:30 pm Congressman Clarence Cannon, Missouri
12:45 pm Representatives from National Committee for a Fair Minimum Wage as
follows: Mr. Clarence Anderson; Miss Eliz. Sasuly; Mr. Marcellea Penn;
Mr. Odell Wiley; Mr. W. Coy Ledford; Mr. Sam Zagoria.
(The secretary of this Committee wrote Mr. Connelly to request
the appointment for this Committee's representative - stated
Committee was organized to aid in mobilization of public
opinion behind the President's 65 per cent Minimum Wage Bill.
These people vets from Winston Salem, N.C., who are
working for less than 65 cents an hour. Mr. John Snyder
looked at correspondence and approved their request for appointment)
3:30 pm Hon. Bernard Baruch
4:30 pm (The Attorney General [Tom C. Clark]; Acting Secretary State Acheson)


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