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This Presidential Appointments Calendar is based upon the records contained in the
Matthew J. Connelly Files

Monday, June 12, 1950
10:00 am The Vice President [Alben W. Barkley]
Sen. Scott Lucas, Ill.
The Speaker [Sam Rayburn]
Cong. John W. McCormack, Mass.
11:00 am (Staff Meeting)
11:30 am (Hon. Robert Patterson)
11:45 am Myron Taylor
12:00 pm The President received the Radio Farm Directors as follows:
Hon. Charles F. Brannan
Mr. Keith Himebaugh, Department of Agriculture
Mr. Kenneth M. Gapen, Assistant Director of Information
Radio and Television Service, Washington, D.C.
Mr. James H. McCormick, Assistant Director in Charge of
Publications and Exhibits, Dept. of Agric., Wash., D.C.
Mr. Phil Alampi, Radio Farm Director, NYC
Mr. Frank F. Atwood, Radio Farm Director, Hartford, Conn.
Mr. John B. Babcock, Assistant Radio Farm Director, Cincinnati, O.
Mr. Roy Battles, Pres., National Assoc. Radio Farm Directors,
Cincinnati, O.
Mr. Layne Beaty, Radio Farm Director, Radio Station WBAP, Fort Worth,
Mr. Milton E. Bliss, Radio Farm Director, Radio Station WHA,
Madison, Wisc.
Mr. Al Bond, Extension Radio Specialist, Washington State College,
Pullman, Wash.
Mr. M. H. Brightman, Dairy Industry Committee, Radio, Wash., D.C.
Mr. Jesse J. Buffum, Radio Farm Director, Radion Station WEEI, Boston.
Mr. Francis Byrnes, Extension Specialist in television, Ohio State
University, Columbus, O.
Mr. Charles R. Carroll, Agricultural Radio Advertising, Chicago, Ill.
Mr. Jack Creel, Radio Farm Director, Radio Station KFYO, Lubbock, Tex.
Mr. John Douglass, Australian Broadcasting Commission, Sydney, Aus.
Mr. Carl Duckett, Radio Farm Director, Radio Station WBOB, Gilax, Va.
Mr. Walter Durham, Radio Farm Director, Radio Station WMC,
Memphis, Tenn.
Mr. Charles E. Eshbach, Extension Consumer Radio & Television,
Boston, Mass.
Mr. Paul L. Fisher, Radio Farm Director, Radio Station WMRC, Green-
ville, S. Car.
Mr. Gladys R. Foris, Oklahoma A & M College, Stillwater, Okla.
Mr. Merl L. Galusha, Radio Station, WGY, Schenectady, N.Y.
Mr. Cliff Gray, Radio Station WSPA, Spartanburg, S. Car.
Mr. Larry Haeg, Radio Farm Director, Radio Station WCCO, Minneapolis,
Mr. Dix Harper, Radio Station WIQU, Kokomo, Indiana
Mr. Roger L. Harrison, Radio Station WBZ, Boston, Mass.
Mr. Charles A. Herndon, Department of Agriculture, Wash., D.C.
Mr. Don Huckle, Radio Station, WGR, Buffalo, N.Y.
Mr. J.S. Huling, Radio Station WRAK, Williamsport, Pa.
Mr. Ted M. Hyman, Virginia Polytechnic Institute, Blacksburg, Va.
Mr. C. W. Jackson, Radio Station KCMO, K.C., Mo.
Mr. Cullen Johnson, Radio Station WRNL, Richmond, Va.
Mr. Lou Kaiser, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.
Mr. Richard L. Kathe, Radio Station WGAR, Cleveland, O.
Mr. Amos Kirby, Radio Station WCAU, Phila., Pa.
Mr. Donald Lerch, Agricultural Chemicals Radio, Wash., D.C.
Mr. Clement B. Lewis, New England Radio News Service, Boston, Mass.
Mr. Donnafred Logsdon, Vice President, National Farm Network, NYC
Mr. Claude Mahoney, Columbia Broadcasting System, Wash., D.C.
Mr. Homer Martz, Radio Station KDKA, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Mr. John McDonald, Radio Station, WSM, Nashville, Tenn.
Mr. Joe McQuary, Radio Station WWVA, Wheeling, W.Va.
Mr. Henry Miller, Voice of America, NYC
Mr. Robert C. Miller, Radio Station WRFD, Worthington, O.
Mr. Jay Modell, Eastern Broadcasting System, NYC
Mr. Syd Neufeld, Eastern Broadcasting System, NYC
Mr. Thomas Noone, Radio and Television Service, Dept. of Agriculture,
Wash., D.C.
Mr. Lymna Noordhoff, University of Illinois, Urbana, Ill.
Mr. Elvon Orme, Radion Station KSL, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Mr. Tom J. Page, Radio Station WNBC, New York City.
Mr. Robert E. Parker, University of Connecticut, Storrs, Conn.
Mr. Don Peach, Radio Station KOA, Denver, Colorado.
Mr. Will Peigelbeck, Radio Station WNJR, Newark, N.J.
Mrs. Elizabeth S. Pitt, Dept. of Agric., Wash., D.C.
Mr. Herb Plambeck, Radio Station WHO, Des Moines, Iowa.
Miss Dorothy Rapp, Radio Station WCOM, Sistersville, W.Va.
Mr. Murrell Rapp, Radio Station WCOM, Sistersville, W.Va.
Dana D. Reynolds, Economic Cooperation Administration, Wash, D.C.
Mr. Grant Salisbury, Radio Station WKAR, East Lansing, Mich.
Mr. Harold J. Schmitz, Radio Station KFEQ, St. Joseph, Mo.
Mr. Sam Schneider, Radio Station KVOO, Tulsa, Oklahoma
Mr. Paul D. Seabrook, Clemson College, Clemson, S. Car.
Mr. Geradl L. Seaman, National Farm and Home Hour, Milwaukee, Wisc.
Mr. Clair Shadwell, Radio Station, WKIX, Columbia, S. Car.
Miss Carolyn Shaver, University of Maryland, Baltimore, Md.
Miss Alice Skelsi, Department of Agriculture, Wash., D.C.
Mr. Ed Slusarczyk, Radio Station WIBX, Utica, N.Y.
Mr. R. L. Smith, Allis-Chalmer Mfg. Co., Milwaukee, Wisc.
Mr. Waynard Speece, Dept. of Agric., Wash., D.C.
Mr. John Stewart, University of Utah, Logan, Utah
Mr. Elton Tait, Pennsylvania State College, State College, Pa.
Mr. Dave Thompson, Grocery Manufacturers of American, NYC
Mr. Joseph Tonkin, Dept. of Agric., Wash., D.C.
Mr. Hal Totten, Radio Station WGN, Chicago, Ill.
Mr. George Van Horn, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Mass.
Mr. Paul Visser, NBC, Chicago, Ill.
Mr. William D. Ward, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y.
Mr. Lowell Watts, Radio Station KLZ, Denver, Colo.
Mr. Marshall Wells, Radio Station WJR, Detroit, Mich.
Mr. Robert B. White, ABC, Chicago, Ill.
Mr. Charles Worcester, Radio Station WMT, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Mr. Bill Zipf, Radio Station WBNS, Columbus, Ohio
(The President received the Radio Farm Directors at request
of Secretary Brannan, "They have become powerful influence
in rural life. They are on the air daily, or more often,
reporting and discussing farm legislation, Department of
Agriculture programs, and activities of local agricultural
agencies and farmers. Moreover, about 25 percent represent
stations owned by newspapers. The group plans to spend
a day with Secretary Brannan and other Department of
Agriculture people, a half day with the Congressional
agricultural committees, and a half day with the farm
organizations. We feel that their visit here is an
important one from our standpoint, and that of agriculture
12:15 pm [Public Papers: Remarks to the National Association of Radio Farm Directors]
12:30 pm The Secretary of State [Dean G. Acheson]
(Usual Monday appointment)
1:00 pm (CABINET LUNCHEON - Vice President [Alben Barkley] absent, Treasury, Defense,
and Attorney General absent. Amb. W. Averell Harriman and
Robert Patterson present)
3:15 pm Hon. W. Averell Harriman
3:30 pm Hon. Robert A. Lovett, former Under Secretary of State
(At the President's direction, Mr. Matthew Connelly wired
Mr. Robert Lovett June 8th, asking if he could come down for
this talk. Half hour)
4:00 pm Speaker Sam Rayburn
Hon. Tom Miller, Mayor of Austin
4:45 pm (Honorable Mon C. Wallgren)

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