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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 27, 1951
   
Executive Orders:  [10261 AMENDMENT OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 100001 OF SEPTEMBER 16, 1948, PRESCRIBING REGULATIONS GOVERNING ADDITIONAL COMPENSATION AND CREDIT GRANTED CERTAIN EMPLOYESS OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SERVING OUTSIDE THE UNITED STATES]
Executive Orders:  [10260 DESIGNATING CERTAIN AGENCIES PURSUANT TO SECTION 103 (a) OF THE RENENOGIATION ACT OF 1951]
Executive Orders:  [10259 DELEGATING TO THE Secretary of State THE AUTHORITY VESTED IN THE PRESIDENT BY TITLE V OF THE FOREIGN ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE ACT OF 1950 RELATING TO INTERNATIONAL CHILDREN'S WELFARE WORK]
10:00 am BIG FOUR
The Vice President, Hon. Alben Barkley
The Speaker, Hon. Sam Rayburn
Senator Ernest W. McFarland, Arizona
Senator Walter George, Georgia
Congressman John W. McCormack, Massachusetts
(Senator George was invited to join BIG FOUR)
10:45 am (Mr. Leo D'Orsay) OFF THE RECORD
11:00 am Vice Admiral Ross T. McIntire
(Has just returned from trip around the country, visiting
centers for the Phsically Handicapped and making arrangements
for Fall Meeting of President's Committee on National Employ
the Physically Handicapped Week; had with him design for the
President's Trophy which the President will present to winner
at the Fall meeting, and wished to get the President's approval
of the design.)
11:15 am Mr. Fred L. Trott, Vice Chairman, Democratic State Central Committee,
California
Mr. Robert Moore, Democratic National Committee
(Mr. Trott wired Mr. Matthew Connelly and Mr. Moore phoned about this;
Mr. Boyle said he could come in just to pay respects, nothing more.)
11:30 am Hon. Leon H. Keyserling, Chairman, Council of Economic Advisers
(Called Mr. Matthew Connelly yesterday and asked for this.)
11:45 am Honorable Oscar Chapman, the Secretary of the Interior
(Called Mr. Matthew Connelly last week and asked for this.)
12:00 pm Mrs. Edith Sampson, Alternate Delegate to the UN General Assembly
Mr. Robert A. Wilkinson, of E.C.A.
Mr. Warren Trabant
(Mrs. Sampson presented to the President a Tyrolean hand-woven rug,
woven in traditional Austrian design, a gift of the community of
Inner Pitztal in the North Tyrol, in gratitude for Marshall Plan
aid. Mrs. Sampson received it in Vienna earlier in month in
formal presentation by the weaver of the rug, a young Tyrolean
girl, Hilde Eiter, in presence of U.S. officials and Austrian
government officials; ceremony took place in gardens of American
Legation and began as a letter from Governor of Tyrol to President
Truman was read.)
12:15 pm (Honorable Alex Campbell) OFF THE RECORD
(Came to see Mr. Matthew Connelly and saw the President Off the Record)
12:30 pm Honorable W. Stuart Symington, Chairman, R.F.C.
(Called Mr. Matthew Connelly last week and asked for this.)
12:45 pm The President received the members of the Student Citizenship
Seminar. This meeting was under the auspices of the national
boards of YWCA and YMCA, composed of more than 100 students
from colleges and universities all over the country; purpose
of seminar was to observe the process of Federal Government;
to see responsibilities of citizens in a democracy; to clarify
the ways Americans act as responsible citizens; and to
prepare for effective citizenship. The President received them
last year also. The following were present:
ADULT ADVISORS:
Reverand and Mrs. Edgar C. Reckard, Washington, D.C.
Miss Martha Biehle, IRO Staff, Washington, D.C.
Miss Stella Scurlock, Washington, D.C.
Dr. Kerry Smith, Chevy Chase, Maryland
Mr. Wells Harrington, University Park, Maryland
STUDENTS:
Abernethy, Lloyd M., Granite Falls, North Carolina (Wake Forest College)
Allgood, Mary Lou, Kingsport, Tennessee (Berea)
Allman, Alice Ann, Bloomington, Indiana (Indiana University)
Anderson, Margaret, Iowa City, Iowa (State Univ. of Iowa)
Anderson, Ruth D., Woodhaven, New York (Bucknell Univ.)
Andrews, Bruce R., Trenton 8, New Jersey (Syracuse University)
Angus, Robert C., Long Island, New York (Univ. of Virginia)
Aston, Trudy, Farmersville, Texas (Texas State College for Women)
Barber, Betty Lou, Orlando, Florida (Wesleyan)
Battle, Charlotte, Clearwater, Florida (Wesleyan)
Brandt, Rayola, Ladysmith, Wisconsin (University of Wisconsin)
Brosius, Anne S., Berwyn, Pennsylvania (Northwestern University)
Bryenton, Eleanor, Lakewood, Ohio (Ohio Wesleyan University)
Butterfield, Patricia, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (Oklahoma A & M)
Byers, Margaret P., Milton, Massachusetts (Radcliffe)
Callis, Joan, Sedalia, Missouri (Lindenwood)
Case, Raymond, Whittier, California (Whittier)
Cawley, Mary Joe, Quitman, Georgia (Wesleyan)
Chauls, Carol Ann, Port Chester, New York (Syracuse Univ.)
Cvikevic, George, Chicago, Illinois (World Student Service Fund)
Clardy, Betty, Roswell, New Mexico (Oklahoma A & M)
Cocca, Theodore A., Amsterdam, New York (St. John's)
Cohen, Audrey, Pittsburgh 17, Pennsylvania (University of Pittsburgh)
Cooper, Barbara, Detroit, Michigan (Wayne University)
de la Puente, Joseph, Bronx, New York (University of New Mexico)
Dickson, James B., Hampshire, Illinois (University of Illinois)
Dixon, Martha Jane, Homestead, Pennsylvania (University of Pittsburgh)
Dwyer, Jane Terry, Rochester, New York (Wells)
Edwards, Ellen, Auburn, Alabama (Wellesley)
Edwards, James M., Champaign, Illinois (University of Illinois)
Fung, Irene E., Glencoe, Illinois, (Northwestern)
Gehrels, Ernst, Pasadena, California (Calif. Institute of Technology)
Goodnow, Joanne S., Melrose, Mass. (Ohio Wesleyan)
Grabowska, Marysia (Wellesley)
Grenert, Gerald T., Bayonne, New Jersey (Randolph-Macon)
Gruner, Nancy, Detroit 23, Michigan (Bowling Green State Univ.)
Hall, Phyllis, Coffeyville, Kansas (Coffeyville)
Hankins, Langdon F., Charlottesville, Virginia (Univ. of Virginia)
Havens, Frank E., Los Angeles 27, Calif. (Los Angeles State)
Harper, Dorothy Jo (Park)
Harris, Jacquelyn G., Alhambra, California (Stanford University)
Hayes, Lois Anne, Albert Lea, Minnesota (Hamline Univ.)
Helweg, Shirley Ann, Roseburg, Oregon (Willamette Univ.)
Hilton, Frances Ann, Stillwater, Oklahoma, (Oklahoma A & M)
Hinrichs, Harley H., Madison, Wisconsin (Univ. of Wisconsin)
Holl, Mary Lou, Lakewood, Ohio (Ohio Wesleyan)
Jacobson, Marlyce, West Fargo, North Dakota (Concordia)
Kenny, Gertrude M., Kingston, New York (Northwestern Univ.)
Korth, Helen M., Chicago, Illinois (State Univ. of Iowa)
Larter, Barbara L., Morristown, New Jersey (Jackson College-Tufts)
Larter, Mary Dee, Morristown, New Jersey (Barnard)
LaTowsky, Joanne, Wilmington, Delaware (Syracuse University)
Lindley, Margaret, Mansfield, Ohio (Oberlin)
Lippman, Joanne D., Perry, New York (Cornell University)
Luke, Wing C., Seattle, Washington (University of Washington)
MacElwee, S. Margaret, Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania (Univ. of Pa.)
Malone, George F., Oakland 1, California (San Francisco State)
Mann, Mary Jody, Atlanta, Georgia (Wesleyan)
Margolis, Helen, Binghamton, New York (Radcliffe)
McCary, Peggy L., Verbena, Alabama (Alabama State College for
Women)
McClintock, Marilyn, Woodville, Ohio (Louisiana State Univ.)
McClure, James F., Jr., Lewisburg, Pa. (Amherst)
McFadden, Eudora C., Pittsburgh, Pa. (Univ. of Pittsburgh)
McGregor, James W., Pasadena, Calif. (Occidental College)
Medalis, Richard J., Minneapolis, Minn. (Univ. of Minnesota)
Merritt, Betty, Seattle, Washington (Washington State)
Michaud, Louise (Pembroke College) Providence, R.I.
Miller, Barbara Jo, Enid, Oklahoma (Oklahoma A & M)
Moore, Barbara Jane, Seattle, Washington (University of Wash.)
Morrow, John W., Stanford University, California (Stanford)
Palmer, Susan K., Forest Hills, New York (Smith College)
Patten, Richard H., Norman, Oklahoma(University of Oklahoma)
Paulson, Evelyn R., Minneapolis, Minn. (University of Minnesota)
Pendleton, Kathryn, Jopkin, Missouri (Denison University)
Pippin, Larry L., Madison 5, Wisconsin (University of Wisconsin)
Player, Mollie E., Tuskegee Institute, Alabama (Tuskegee Institute)
Randall, Allan D., Rocky Hill, Conn. (Univ. of Conn.)
Reinke, Janet M., Faribault, Minnesota (Grinnell)
Remsberg, Elva, Middletown, Maryland (Hood)
Rider, D. Mark, Long Beach, California (U.C.L.A.)
Roberts, Beverly, New Paris, Ohio (Miami University)
Rocchio, Elena, Greenwood, R.I. (Pembroke)
Sandoz, George E., Shreveport, La. (La. State University)
Schmidt, Paul G., Warren, Ohio (Oberlin)
Scott, Deborah L., Washington, D.C. (Mount Holyoke)
Seabury, Roslyn, Rockville Centre, N.Y. (Ohio Wesleyan University)
Shanklin, Hazel D., Wichita, Kansas (University of Wichita)
Sherer, John W., Iowa City, Iowa (State University of Iowa)
Shinoda, June, Cleveland, Ohio (Kent State University)
Singleton, John C., Evanston, Illinois (Oberlin)
Smith, Oliver C., Neenah, Wisconsin (Stanford)
Solomon, Arthur M., Brooklyn, New York (Univ. of Chicago))
Steinberg, Bruce M., Brooklyn, New York (Syracuse University)
Strong, William D., Chatham, New Jersey (Yale University)
Tanner, June, Santa Monica, California (U.C.L.A.)
VerNooy, Robert A., Cortland, New York (Syracuse University)
Vandervoort, Paul, Burbank, California (Glendale City)
Woodruff, Ronald T., Rochester 17, New York (Union)
Wean, Ruth Anna, Danville, Indiana (Indiana)
[Public Papers: Remarks to Members of the Student Citizenship Seminar]
1:00 pm (LUNCH)
3:00 pm (Mr. Tom Gavin) OFF THE RECORD
(Came in to see Mr. Matthew Connelly and saw the President Off the Record.)
3:10 pm (Honorable William Leahy) OFF THE RECORD
3:15 pm The President received the members of the National Security
Training Commission:
Honorable James W. Wadsworth
Admiral Thomas C. Kinkaid
Lt. General Raymond S. McLain
Honorable William L. Clayton
Dr. Karl T. Compton
Also:
Honorable Anna M. Rosenberg, Assistant Secretary of Defense
Mr. Tyroler
Mr. Elmer Staats, Bureau of the Budget
Messrs. David Stowe and Donald Dawson
(Arranged at the suggestion of Mr. David Stowe)
3:30 pm (National Security Council) OFF THE RECORD
4:00 pm (Mr. David Noyes) OFF THE RECORD

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