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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, June 21, 1950
   
10:00 am (Staff Meeting)
11:00 am Mr. George Killion
(Asked for this sometime ago)
11:15 am Senator Harley M. Kilgore, West Virginia
11:30 am The President will receive group of College students who have com-
pleted political internships with the Democratic State Committee of
New York.
The following were present:
Donald Bowes, Troy, New York
Donald M. Clark, Buffalo, New York
Martin Kelly, New York, N.Y.
Ira Harkavy, Brooklyn, New York
John Hart, Jr., Sayville, Long Island
Dorothy Hayes, Astoria, New York
Mrs. Lois E. Vincent, Oneonta, New York
Accompanying the students were:
Dr. Josephine M. Pisani
George Daly
Miss Joyce Martin, Asst. Research Director, N.Y. State Demo. Committee
(Chairman Fitzpatrick extended invitations to all New York State
colleges which allow students to take credit in outside work, to
send students to Committee to participate in course in practical
politics; spend part of time on research projects at State head-
quarters and rest on outside work in connection with several problems.)
11:45 am Honorable Paul Fitzpatrick, Chairman, Democratic State Committee of
New York.
12:00 pm H.E. Joseph D. Charles, the Ambassador of Haiti
(Is retiring and asked, through Division of Protocol, to pay
respects and say goodbye before returning to his home in Haiti)
12:15 pm Honorable Frank Walker
Mrs. Anna M. Rosenberg
(Asked to come in and discuss matters pertaining to Franklin D.
Roosevelt Foundation)
12:30 pm Honorable W. Stuart Symington, Chairman, National Security Resources
Board
(Usual Wednesday appointment - one-half hour)
12:55 pm Congressman Peter Mack, Jr., Illinois, and group of handicapped
and under-privileged children from his district, the twenty-first
district of Illinois.
(Each year Congressman Mack selects children who are handicapped
and under-privileged, dividing them proportionately by counties
in his district, and at his own expense gives them this educational
tour to Washington. They will be brought in three buses into the
South grounds, and as the President goes out to take the car to the
Blair House for luncheon, he will greet them. There are only two
wheel chair cases, three on crutches, and twenty-five partially
handicapped. All of them able to get out of bus and walk up to
the entrance to office. The Secret Service arranged with the Con-
gressman and no list of names necessary)
1:00 pm (LUNCH)
3:10 pm (Judge Jim McGranery)
3:15 pm The President received the Democratic Leaders of the Interstate and
Foreign Commerce Committee of the House of Representatives, as
follows:
Congressman Robert Crosser, Ohio
Congressman Lindley Beckworth, Texas
Congressman J. Percy Priest, Tennessee
Congressman Oren Harris, Arkansas
Congresssman Dwight L. Rogerts, Florida
Congressman Arthur G. Klein, New York
Congressman John B. Sullivan, Missouri
Congressman William T. Granahan, Pennsylvania
Congressman Andrew J. Biemiller, Wisconsin
Congressman John A. McGuire, Connecticut
Congressman George Howard Wilson, Oklahoma
Congressman Neil J. Linehan, Illinois
Congressman Thomas R. Underwood, Kentucky
(Mr. Matthew Connelly invited Chairman Crosser and these members of his
Committee, at the President's direction, to call on the President)
3:30 pm Honorable Paul A. Dever, Governor of Massachusetts
Congressman John W. McCormack, Massachusetts
(Governor Dever called Mr. Matthew Connelly on Tuesday, from Governor's
Conference at White Sulphur Springs, and asked if he and Congressman
McCormack might call on the President with a view to discussing
R.F.C. Loan for garage under Boston Common)
4:00 pm (Honorable George Allen)
OFF THE RECORD

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