Proclamation 3139—Determining Piperidyl Methadone and Five Other Drugs to be Opiates
Dwight D. Eisenhower
Proclamation 3137—Flag Day, 1956
Memorandum Stating Policies Governing the Leasing of Farm Lands by the Federal Government.
Executive Order 10669—Amendment of Executive Order No. 10495, Prescribing the Order of Succession of Officers To Act as Secretary of Defense, Secretary of the Army, Secretary of the Navy, and Secretary of the Air Force
Proclamation 3136—Prayer for Peace, Memorial Day, 1956
Executive Order 10668—Amendment of Executive Order No. 2859, of May 11, 1918, Relating to the National Research Council
Executive Order 10667—Amendment of Executive Order No. 10629, Authorizing Enlistments in the Ready Reserve of the Army Reserve and Marine Corps Reserve, To Authorize Enlistments in the Naval and Coast Guard Reserves
Memorandum on the Atomic Energy Labor-Management Relations Panel.
Proclamation 3135—Mother's Day, 1956
Proclamation 3134—Woodrow Wilson Centennial Year
Executive Order 10666—Restoring Certain Land at Humuula, North Hilo, Hawaii, to the Possession, Use, and Control of the Territory of Hawaii
Executive Order 10665—Restoring Certain Lands of the Schofield Barracks Military Reservation to the Jurisdiction of the Territory of Hawaii
Proclamation 3133—National Maritime Day, 1956
Proclamation 3132—Revising the Boundaries of Hovenweep National Monument, Utah and Colorado
Memorandum Concerning Establishment and Functions of the Federal Council on Aging.
Proclamation 3131—Child Health Day, 1956
Executive Order 10664—Restoring Certain Lands Comprising Portions of the Waianae-Kai Military Reservation to the Jurisdiction of the Territory of Hawaii
Proclamation 3130—World Trade Week, 1956
Executive Order 10663—Administration of the Escapee Program
Proclamation 3129—National Farm Safety Week, 1956