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


Friday, April 1, 1949
   
10:00 am Cabinet [Meeting] [minutes]
(All present except Secretary of the Interior. Under Secretary Oscar Chapman
represented Interior and Under Secretary Webb represented
State)
10:45 am Senator Carl Hayden, Arizona
11:00 am The Secretary of the Army [Kenneth C. Royall]
(Asked to remain after Cabinet and see the President)
11:15 am Honorable Kenneth D. Johnson, General Counsel, National
Security Resources Board
(To shake hands, is going to Columbia as Dean. Wrote
Dr. John R. Steelman to ask if might come in. His services with
government actually terminated yesterday)
11:30 am (Mr. Russell C. McMahan, of St. Louis)
(Arranged at request of Mr. Kenneth Miller. Will come
off record)
11:40 am (Mr. J. O'Connor Roberts)
11:45 am (Mr. Gordon Dean)
(Arranged by Donald Dawson)
12:00 pm H. E. Mr. Mauricio Nabuco, the Ambassador of Brazil
H. E. General Canrobert Pereira da Costa, the Minister
of War of Brazil
Colonel Anthony Biddle, American Aide assigned to
the Minister of War during visit to this country
(The Minister of War of Brazil asked to pay his respects
to the President while visiting Washington as guest of
U. S. Army.)
12:15 pm (Congressman Brent Spence, Ky.)
(Mr. William Hess a former Republican from Cincinnati, Ohio)
(Congressman Spence asked Mr. Matthew Connelly if he might
bring Mr. Hess in off-the-record)
12:20 pm Congressman W. F. Norrell, Arkansas
Jimmy Montgomery "The boy of the Year"
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Montgomery
(Congressman Norrell asked if he could bring "Boy of the Year"
in to meet the President.)
12:30 pm (General John H. Hilldring)
(Off record - arranged at suggestion of Mr. Niles)
12:45 pm Mr. Ronald Reagan, President, Screen Actors Guild
Mr. Kenneth Tompson, Executive Secretary
Mr. Roy Brewer, of International Alliance of Stage
Employees
Mr. Richard Walsh, of International Allied Stage and Motion
Picutre Craftsmen
(Mr. Carter Barron)
(Requested by Carter Barron, to discuss with the
President the unemployment situation in Motion Picture
Industry. Mr. Barron thought the President might like to
know that Richard Walsh was the first to rise at the
A. F. of L. Convention last spring, and introduce
motion that they endorse the President for renomination
and reelection)
1:00 pm (Lunch)
2:30 pm (Newsreels and March of Time in Projection Room.)


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