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, September 1, 1950
   
    [Public Papers: Letter to the Ambassador of Chile on the U.S. Excise Tax on Copper]
9:30 am (General Omar N. Bradley) OFF THE RECORD
10:00 am Cabinet Meeting [minutes]
(Under Secretary McCormick for Agriculture; Under Secretary
Galvin for Labor; Mr. Stuart Symington absent; All others present)
11:00 am (Staff Meeting)
12:00 pm Dr. E. Stanley Jones
(Requested by Senator Graham of North Carolina. Dr. Jones
is famous Methodist Minister and Missionary in Asiatic field,
mainly India; author of several Asiatic books, most famous
being "Christ of the Indian Road". Has long been interested
in world peace. Wants to talk to the President about Asiatic
situation with special reference to India.)
12:15 pm Honorable John E. Peurifoy, Ambassabor to Greece
(Is Ambassador designate and asked for this thru Division of
Protocol)
12:30 pm (Honorable Wayne Coy, Chairman, Federal Communications Commission)
(Honorable Charles Ross)
(Honorable John Steelman)
OFF THE RECORD
12:50 pm (Mr. Joe Healey) OFF THE RECORD
1:00 pm (Lunch)
3:15 pm Honorable Lewis Douglas, American Ambassador to Great Britain
10:00 pm The President Broadcast to the Nation
[Public Papers: Radio and Television Report to the American People on the Situation in Korea]


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