This Presidential Appointments Calendar is based upon the records contained in the
Matthew J. Connelly Files
|Friday, March 29, 1946|
|Executive Orders: [9709 PROVIDING INTERIM ARRANGEMENTS RESPECTING CERTAIN AIR NAVIGATION FACILITIES ABROAD]|
Cabinet Meeting [minutes]|
(Treasury absent; PMG absent; Secy of Commerce absent;
General Fleming absent; Mr. Acheson for State)
Mr. William Green, Pres. Amer. Federation of Labor; Mr. James|
Brownlow, Pres. International Union of Metal Trades; Mr. Ed Brown,
Pres. International Electrical Workers Union; Mr. George Lynch,
Pres. International Pattern Makers Union.
(Mr. Green asked for this yesterday)
Colonel Lloyd Bradford|
(Called from Baltimore for this appointment to present him
with some 33rd Degree Masonic jewels brought back from
France and Belgium, as well as other souvenirs. He stated
that the President told him to bring these articles when
he returned from overseas, where went in autumn of 1944)
Mr. Franklin D'Olier, Chariman, U.S. Strategic Bombing Survey,|
Gravelly Point; Mr. Henry Alexander, Vice Chairman for Germany
of the U.S. Strategic Bombing Survey; Mr. Paul Nitze, Vice
Chairman for Japan.
(This arranged by Mr. Locke ar the President's direction.
Attached is copy of Mr. D'Olier's directive of August 15,
1945, which the President wishes to read prior to Mr. D'Olier's
Hon. Leland Olds, Chairman, Federal Power Commission; Hon. Nelson|
Lee Smith, Vice Chairman; Hon. Claude L. Draper; Hon. Richard
Sachse; Hon. Harrington Wimberly.
(Mr. Olds requested appointment for himself and his Commisnrs.)
H.E. Signor Alberto Tarchiani, the Ambassador of Italy|
(Is making a trip to Rome by plane, leaving Sun. Mar. 31st,
and requested appointment with the President before departure.
Will return however)
Hon. Henry Morgenthau, Jr.|
(Asked for the appointment)
(Mr. Walter Winchell - off record)|
(At suggestion of Mr. Hannegan)
|3:00 pm||Under Secretary Agriculture, Hutson.|
Mr. C.C. Payne; Mr. and Mrs. Silverforb; Ruby Lee Payne; Mrs.|
C.C. Payne; Carl Wormington.
(Mr. Payne is Tom Evans' partner. Mr. Evans' wrote Mr. Connelly
asking that they be shown the White House)
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