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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


Thursday, May 3, 1951
   
    [Public Papers: Remarks to Key Officials on the Budget for the Military Functions of the Department of Defense]
10:00 am (Staff)
11:00 am (Senator Thomas C. Hennings, Jr., Missouri)
(Mr. Donald Gunn) OFF THE RECORD
(Mr. George Robertson, of Moberly, Missouri)
(Mr. William B. Boyle brought the above in to see the
President. Appointment arranged by Senator Hennings
when he saw the President May 1st.)
11:15 am Senator Lister Hill, Alabama
(Called Mr. Matthew Connelly yesterday and asked for this.)
11:30 am (Honorable Dillon S. Myer, Commissioner, Bureau of Indian Affairs,
Department of Interior) OFF THE RECORD
(Arranged by Mr. Matthew Connelly yesterday.)
11:45 am Congressman Clifford P. Case, New Jersey (Republican)
(Called Mr. Matthew Connelly on Tuesday, stating he wanted to talk briefly
with the President and stressed fact that he did not want to
discuss anything which he would publicize, just to speak about
a few matters he thought the President should know about.)
12:00 pm The President received a group of Foreign Journalists:
  ALGERIA
  Alexandre Breugnot, Asst. Editor, ECHO D'ALGER
  EGYPT
  Dr. Sayed Abouel Naga, Editor, AL MISRI
  Naguib Canaan, Editor EL AHRAM
  Nicholas, Nahas, Editor JOURNAL D'EGYPTE
  ENGLAND
  Donald Edgar, Industrial Correspondent, DAILY TELEGRAPH
  N.J.N. Dixon, Night Editor, MANCHESTER GUARDIAN
  Stanley Jackson, Asst. Editor, ILLUSTRATED
  Norman Cursley, Acting Editor, NEWS CHRONICLE
  J. L. Manning, Sports Editor, SUNDAY CHRONICLE
  Charles Eade, Editor, SUNDAY DISPATCH
  Guy Preston, Public Relations Manager
  FRANCE
  James De Coquet, Foreign Correspondent, FIGARO
  Sam Cohen, Editor in Chief, FRANCE-DIMANCHE
  Merry Bromberger, Editor, PARIS-PRESS L'INTRANSIGEANT
  James Nolan, European Public Relations Director, Paris
  GERMANY
  Otto Herr, RADIO FRANKFURT
  Oskar Reschke, Foreign Desk Editor, DEUTSCHE PRESSE AGENTUR
  GREECE
  Harris Bousbourelis, Reporter, KATHIMERINI
  Demetrios Yannoukakis, Columnist and Reporter, VRADYNI
  INDIA
  Coryndon Mandy, Feature Editor, TIMES OF INDIA
  S. N. Ghosh, Editor, PIONEER
  Venkatseha Naik, Editor, SAMYUKTA KARNATAK
  IRELAND
  Peter O'Curry, Editor, STANDARD
  Michael H. Rooney, Asst. Editor, IRISH INDEPENDENT
  ISRAEL
  Joseph Haim Heftmann, Editor, HABOKER
  ITALY
  Giovanni, Artieri, Special Correspondent, IL TEMPO & LA STAMPA
  Ugo Zatterin, Rome Bureau Chief, OGGI
  Count Guglielmo Ceroni, IL MESSAGERO
  Jean Govoni, Public Relations Manager, Rome
  PORTUGAL
  Morais Cabral, Foreign Editor, DIARIO NOTIGIAS
  Armando Ferreira, Editor, JOURNAL COMMERCIO & DIARIO POPULAR
  SPAIN
  Jaime Arias, Editor, BARCELONA NOTICERO UNIVERSAL
  Torcuato Luca De Tena, Managing Editor, ABC, Madrid
  SWITZERLAND
  Georges Rigassi, Former Editor in Chief, GASETTE DE LAUSANNE
  Albert Muller, Chief Foreign Editor, NEUE ZURCHER ZEITUNG
  TUNISIA
  Philippe Casanove, DEPECHE TUNISIENNE
  (Arranged by Mr. Joseph Short at request of Department of State.
  Assistant Secretary of State Barrett stressed advisability
  of their being received by the President. This group is
  on a TWA "Foreign Journalist" Flight, and trip considered
  as having a very special value under our educational
  exchange program. Mr. Barrett felt it could contribute
  materially to United States "Campaign of Truth" and to
  the objectives of State Department's USIE program)
    [Public Papers: Remarks to a Group of Foreign Journalists]
12:15 pm Honorable Henry Morgenthau, Jr.
(Called Mr. Matthew Connelly from New York last week)
12:30 pm Honorable Dean Acheson, the Secretary of State
Honorable John Foster Dulles, Consultant to the Secretary of State
(Usual Thursday appointment)
1:00 pm (LUNCH)
3:30 pm (Pre Press)
4:00 pm Press & Radio Conference [Public Papers]
4:30 pm (Honorable George Allen) OFF THE RECORD
8:00 pm (The President invited the following gentlemen to meet with him at
the Blair House OFF THE RECORD:)
(Senator Clinton Anderson, New Mexico)
(Senator John J. Sparkman, Alabama)
(Senator Brien McMahon, Connecticut) OFF THE RECORD
(Honorable Philip B. Perlman, the Solicitor General)
(Honorable Stephen T. Early)

Truman Photographs for May 3, 1951
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Major General Newton Estillac Leal and Secretary Frank Pace in Receiving Line



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