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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


Monday, June 30, 1952
   
Executive Orders:  [10367 the Existence of the Quantico-Superior Committee, Created by Executive Order No. 6783 of June 30, 1934]
Executive Orders:  [10368 AMENDMENT OF EXECUTIVE ORDER No. 10300, (footnote 1) ENTITLED "PROVIDING FOR THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE MUTUAL SECURITY ACT OF 1951 AND RELATED STATUTES".]
Executive Orders:  [10369 FURTHER DESIGNATION PURSUANT TO SECTION 103 (a) OF THE RENEGOTIATION ACT OF 1951]
9:30 am Honorable Oliver S. Powell, Member, Board of Governors
Federal Reserve System
(Was retiring, effective June 30th, and the President told
Chairman Martin he wanted to see Mr. Powell and hand him
his letter of acceptance.)
10:00 am BIG FOUR
Honorable Alben Barkley, the Vice President
Honorable Sam Rayburn, the Speaker of the House
Senator Ernest W. McFarland, of Arizona
Congressman John W. McCormack, of Massachusetts
10:50 am (Honorable Oscar Ewing, Federal Security Administrator)
OFF THE RECORD
11:00 am (Staff)
11:45 am (Honorable David Bruce, Under Secretary of State)
(Honorable Robert A. Lovett, Secretary of Defense)
(Honorable R. Gordon Arneson, Special Assistant to the Secretary of State)
(Dr. Norris E. Bradbury, Director, Los Alamos Scientific
Laboratory)
(Honorable Gordon Dean, Chairman, Atomic Energy Commission)
(Brig. General K. E. Fields, Atomic Energy Commission)
(Honorable William C. Foster, Deputy Secretary of Defense)
(Dr. T. Keith Glennan, Commissioner, Atomic Energy Commission)
(Honorable James S. Lay, Jr., Executive Secretary, National
Security Council)
(Mr. Robert LeBaron, Chairman, Military Liaison Committee)
(Honorable Thomas E. Murray, Commissioner, Atomic Energy Commission)
(Dr. Henry D. Smyth, Commissioner, Atomic Energy Commission)
(Admiral Sidney W. Souers, Special Consultant to the President)
(Honorable Eugene M. Zuckert, Commissioner, Atomic Energy Commission)
(OFF THE RECORD meeting arranged by Mr. Lay. SOUTHWEST GATE.)
12:30 pm Honorable David Bruce, the Under Secretary of State
(Usual Monday appointment for State.)
12:45 pm (Honorable Oscar Chapman, Secretary of the Interior)
(Mr. Joel Wolfsohn)
(Mr. Robert McKinney)
(The Secretary of the Interior asked if he might bring these gentlemen
in for a handshake.)
OFF THE RECORD
1:00 pm (LUNCH)
3:00 pm (Mr. Bert Smice, retiring engineer at the White House)
(Mr. John Pye, retiring messenger at the White House)
(To say "goodbye" to the President, as both retired as of
June 30th.)
OFF THE RECORD
3:15 pm (Mr. J. Howard Rossbach)
(Mr. Dawson)
(Mr. Dawson brought in OFF RECORD; possible nominee for
Securities and Exchange Commission.)
OFF THE RECORD
3:30 pm Congressman Harry R. Sheppard, California
Congressman Chet Holifield, California
Congressman Samuel W. Yorty, California
Congressman Clyde Doyel, California
Congressman Clinton D. McKinnon, California
Congressman Clair Engle, California
Congressman Cecil R. King, California
(Congressman Sheppard phoned Mr. Connelly last week and
asked for this.)
3:35 pm (Honorable Frank E. McKinney, Chairman, Democratic National
Committee) OFF THE RECORD
(Usual weekly appointment. One half hour.)

Truman Photographs for June 30, 1952
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General Nathan Twining and R. L. Gilpatric Arrive in Pusan, Korea



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