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, June 28, 1950
   
Executive Orders:  [10134 FURTHER EXTENSION OF THE EXISTENCE OF THE QUETICO-SUPERIOR COMMITTEE]
9:30 am (Honorable Louis Johnson, Secretary of Defense)
(Honorable Frank Pace, Secretary of the Army)
(Honorable Francis P. Matthews, Secretary of the Navy)
(Honorable Thomas K. Finletter, Secretary of the Air Force)
(Colonel Henry Ahalt) OFF THE RECORD
9:52 am (The President left for Mayflower Hotel, where he "dropped in"
and spoke to Convention of the Reserve Officers' Association)
10:25 am [Public Papers: Remarks to Members of Reserve Officers Association]
10:30 am (STAFF MEETING)
11:30 am Commander David M. Brown, Disabled American Veterans
Mr. Francis Sullivan, Legislative Director, DAV
Mr. A. L. Koolish, General Manager of Idento-tag operations
(Commander Brown asked if he might present the President
with 200th millionth "Indento-tag" which this organiza-
tion makes and distributes. Disabled veterans throughout
the country make these tags and the proceeds are used to
maintain claim service offices for disabled veterans. This
tag was especially made for the President. The tags give
name and address of car owners and license number of their cars.)
11:45 am (Senator Virgil Chapman, Kentucky)
(Senator Garrett L. Withers, Kentucky)
(Senator Withers called Mr. Connelly and asked if they might come
in OFF THE RECORD, and discuss private matter with the President.
LOWER WEST DOOR)
12:00 pm H. E. Henri Bonnett [Bonnet], the Ambassador of France
Pastor Marc Boegner, President of the Federation of Protestants
Churches of France
(The French Ambassador made this request through the State
Department. Boegner is leader of Protestantism in France.)
12:15 pm Honorable James Roosevelt
(Wired Mr. Connelly June 18th, stating he would be in East at
this time and would like to pay his respects to the President)
12:30 pm (Honorable W. Averell Harriman)
OFF THE RECORD
12:35 pm Honorable W. Stuart Symington, Chairman, N.S.R.B.
(Usual Wednesday appointment) One-half hour
1:00 pm (LUNCH)
2:30 pm (The President dropped in on meeting of National Security Council
in Cabinet Room)
3:15 pm Honorable William M. Boyle
(Usual Wednesday appointment - one-half hour)
3:45 pm The President received members of Washington Student Citizenship
  Seminar. About 110 members present.
 
  WASHINGTON STUDENT CITIZENSHIP SEMINAR
 
  LEADERSHIP:
  Mrs. Herbert John Abraham, Director
  Miss Martha Biehle
  Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barger
  Miss Ruth Shinn
  Mr. Jack Romani
 
  STUDENT MEMBERS OF WASHINGTON STUDENT CITIZENSHIP SEMINAR
  Charlotee Ann Alber Marion Grace Hampton
  Garlin D. Anderson Dorothy E. Handley
  Paul Aylward, Jr. Thomas W. Hatcher
  Clement Azure Ray William Heer
  Leo Baggerly Gaylord J. Hofteizer
  Nancy Baldwin Helen Hoisington
  Della Bates Caroline Hopkins
  Walter W. Bauman Joyce Horton
  Max Bell, Jr. Jean S. Howard
  Richard A. Bittman Leonard Hughes
  Andrew F. Brimmer Ruth Ice
  Corrick L. Brown Judith S. Illsley
  Geraldine Bullock Jasper C. Ingersoll
  Christine Camp Pamela Ann Isaacson
  Kathy Cassens Doris E. Jones
  Jacqueline Chute M. Lois Jones
  Helen Clanton Miriam Rosamonde Jones
  Ralph I. Cole, Jr. Hope Karnavas
  Allen Collette Miriam E. Kerndt
  Marjorie Compton William E. Knepper
  Tom S. Cooperrider Allen Wesley Low
  John A. Crittenden Frank E. Loy
  Miss Marion E. Davis Robert Lear, Jr.
  James D. Di Iorio Sherrill Luke
  Richard P. Douthit George A. Mack
  E. William D. Dumitru Emerson Markham, Jr.
  Jo Ann Erickson Dalton K. McClelland
  Donna Maria Eyssen Mary Helen McCurdy
  Louise Ficken Mary McLendon
  Ruth F. Fisher Mary Alice Monroe
  Mr. Beverly A. Fleming Claude N. Moore
  Josephine Foster John Munroe
  Louis Gartner Dorothy Murgatroyd
  Gene Glenn Mary Margaret Myers
  Henry N. Goldstein Helene Nahas
  Jay Grimm Teru M. Nakana
  Roger Allen Hack Miss Beverly Nemer
  David Hammer Peggy Lee Nicholson
  Elizabeth Frances Nye Stanley G. Odle
  Sheila O'Neil Walter Pearson
  Jack H. Phreaner Gerald Rigby
  Richard Robertson Richard Rosser
  Enid Schmickle Florence Ann Schuck
  Ralph L. Sloat Gerard M. Smith
  Alice Stehle Elizabeth Knox Taylor
  Benjamin B. Terner Kenneth H. Toepfer
  Jean Travis Grafton Trout
  Ruth Anne Trout Phyllis Ulrickson
  Dollie Sue Wiebig Gordon Wahls
  Rhodora Warkentin Murrell Weesner
  Ruth Williams Peggy Willis
  Ann Willoughby John Willoughby
  Robert T. Woodworth Nanalie J. Wright
  Miss Lundo Wu Nancy Jane Wyatt
    [Public Papers: Remarks to the Washington Student Citizenship Seminar]
3:50 pm (Honorable John W. Snyder, Secretary of the Treasury)
(Honorable J. Howard McGrath, Attorney General of the U.S.)
(Honorable Thomas McCabe, Chairman, Board of Governors, Federal Reserve)
(Arranged late Tuesday afternoon at suggestion of Secretary Snyder.
OFF THE RECORD. LOWER WEST DOOR)
4:20 pm (The President left for the Statler Hotel, where he addressed the
Convention of the American Newspaper Guild)
4:30 pm [Public Papers: Address Before the Annual Convention of the American Newspaper Guild]

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