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


Wednesday, October 11, 1950
   
Executive Orders:  [10168 REGULATIONS RELATING TO THE RIGHT OF ENLISTED MEMBERS OF THE UNIFORMED SERVICES TO ADDITIONAL PAY FOR SEA AND FOREIGN DUTY]
Executive Orders:  [10169 ESTABLISHING THE NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON MOBILIZATION POLICY]
Executive Orders:  [10167 PRESCRIBING OR AMENDING PORTIONS OF THE SELECTIVE SERVICE REGULATIONS]
    [Log of President Truman's Trip: Wake Island]
    [Public Papers: Letter Concerning the Establishment of an Interagency Committee To Study the Resources and Development of New England and New York]
9:25 am (Admiral Robert L. Dennison)
(Admiral R. B. Carney)
OFF THE RECORD
9:30 am (General Omar N. Bradley) OFF THE RECORD
9:40 am (Mr. Walter Gates) OFF THE RECORD
10:45 am Mrs. India Edwards
11:00 am Honorable Robert Lovett, Deputy Secretary of Defense
11:15 am Honorable Daniel J. Bell, Chief of Mission, U. S. Economic Survey
Mission to the Philippines
Honorable E. M. Bernstein, Member of Mission
(Mr. Bell asked if they might call and present to the President
their Philippine Report)
11:30 am Honorable Perle Mesta, American Ambassador to Luxembourg
11:45 am H. E. Ben C. Limb, Foreign Minister of Korea
H. E. John Myun Chang, the Ambassador of Korea
Mr. T. S. Chang, Vice Chairman of Korean National Assembly
(Mr. Raymond Muir, acting Chief of Protocol) OFF THE RECORD
(The Ambassador asked for this thru Division of Protocol, stating
the Foreign Minister planning return to Korea soon and wish to
pay their respects and do not wish discuss political matters)
12:00 pm H. E. Dr. Karl Gruber, Austrian Minister for Foreign Affairs
Honorable Ludwig Kleinwaechter, the Austrian Minister to the U. S.
(Mr. Raymond Muir, Acting Chief of Protocol) OFF THE RECORD
(Secretary Acheson asked the President to grant interview to
Dr. Gruber, stating it would give encouragement to a country
which is under constant Soviet pressure and which has cooperated
fully with the U.S.)
12:15 pm H. E. James Barrington, the Ambassador of Burma
(Newly appointed - to present credentials)
12:30 pm Honorable Stuart Symington, Chairman, N. S. R. B
(Usual Wednesday appointment)
1:00 pm (LUNCH)
3:30 pm (The President went aboard The Independence for Flight to St. Louis,
Missouri.)

(Arrived St. Louis 5:30 p.m. C.S.T)

(Spent night in St. Louis)
9:46 pm [Public Papers: Remarks in St. Louis at the Installation of Mary Jane Truman as Worthy Grand Matron, Order of the Eastern Star for Missouri]

Truman Photographs for October 11, 1950
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General Robert Landry En Route to Wake Island



The creation of this online resource was made possible in part by funding from the William T. Kemper Foundation - Commerce Bank, Trustee.