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MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., June 29, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

United States Senate, Washington, D. C.: Your suggestion that the United States be the first nation to ratify the United Nations Charter is the leadership that a hopeful humanity will hail. Minnesota opinion is overwhelmingly for early ratification.

YORK LANGTON, Chairman, Speaker's Panel, Minnesota United Nations Committee.

WENATCHEE, WASH., June 29, 1945. Hon, Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. O.: Wenatchee Junior Woman's Beta group composed of 22 members unanimously endorse the Charter of the United Nations and urge its ratification. Are in earnest for future peace for all nations. No more war.

Mrs. GORDON BIRD, President.

NEW YORK, N. Y., June 21, 1945. Senator TOM CONNALLY,

San Francisco, Calif.: Please use all your influence to have San Francisco Charter ratified by Senate.

Mr. and Mrs. GARFEIN.

NEW YORK, N. Y., June 21, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

San Francisco, Calif.:
We ask Congress remain in session to ratify San Francisco Charter.

HAROLD and MARION BERKLEY.

GRYMESHILL, N. Y., June 21, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

San Francisco, Calif.: Please keep Congress in session for immediately ratification of San Francisco Charter.

HELEN FARRELL PEGGS,

NORTH HOLLYWOOD, CALIF., June 21, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

San Francisco, Calif.: Urge Senate remain in session until United Nations Charter ratified. Demoralizing effect of adjournment without action might be mortal blow to world security organization.

UNITED NATIONS COMMITTEE OF SAN FRANCISCO VALLEY.

BROOKLYN, N. Y., June 21, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

San Francisco, Calif.: We respectfully urge Senate ratification of United Nations harter before July 15. The world looks to us for leadership.

Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Bricker, Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Blidden, Mrs. P.

Brower, Mrs. E. Lief, A. Blidden, Mr. and Mrs. S. Glasner,
Dr. and Mrs. S. Hollenberg, Mr. and Mrs. R. Glass, Mr. and
Mrs. S. Blum, Dr. and Mrs. Fink.

NEW YORK, N. Y., June 20, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

San Francisco, Calif.: Immediate ratification of the San Francisco Charter by the United States of America would inspire other nations to immediate action. So much time has been devoted to public debate that constituencies would certainly welcome early decision by the Senate.

Mrs. STANLEY P. WOODARD, President, World Government Association.

DETROIT, MICH., June 20, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

San Francisco, Calif.: Our organization of 1,000 women urge you advocate Congress remain in session to consider San Francisco Conference Agreement. The world looks to United States to assume moral leadership of world.

DETROIT WOMEN'S DIVISION, AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS.

BROOKLYN, N. Y., June 20, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

San Francisco, Calif.:
We want earliest possible ratification of San Francisco Charter.

Mr. and Mrs. A. E. VAUGHAN.
Mrs. VIRGINIA MCAULIFFE.

NEW YORK, N. Y., June 20, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

San Francisco, Calif.:
Requesting immediate ratification San Francisco Charter.

DAVID A. SWICK, M. D.

NEW YORK, N. Y., June 20, 1945. Sen. Tom CONNALLY,

San Francisco, Calif.:
Request immediate ratification San Francisco Charter.

Dr. J. J. FRIED.

DETROIT, MICH., June 20, 1945. HON. TO CONNALLY,

San Francisco, Calif.: Heard Congress may adjourn before ratification of San Francisco Charter. This would deal severe blow to our moral leadership. We cannot afford such loss of international prestige at a moment when our horizons are unlimited in prospective good will. Respectfully urge your opposition of adjournment of Congress until ratification.

AMERICAN JEWISH CONGRESS, DETROIT SECTION,
MORRIS LIEBERMAN.

NEW YORK, N. Y., June 20, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

San Francisco, Calif.:
Do all possible to speed immediate ratification of San Francisco Charter,
Keep Congress in session.

GREENWICH VILLAGE CENTER OF FRIENDS OF DEMOCRACY,
GRACE TAFT TAYLOR,
JANE BLISS TAYLOR, Vice President.

PEEKSKILL, N. Y., June 22, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

San Francisco, Calif.:
Please help continuous ratification work on Frisco Charter. Thanks.

GERTRUDE WHITING.

NEW YORK, N. Y., June 22, 1945. Tom CONNALLY,

San Francisco, Calif.:
Urge San Francisco Charter be ratified before Congress adjourns.

J. RUSSELL PARSONS.

PROVIDENCE, R. I., June 22, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

San Francisco, Calif.: We urge your influence to keep Congress in session for early ratification San Francisco Charter so that President Truman may carry ratification new to Big Three Conference.

INTERORGANIZATION PLANNING COMMITTEE, RHODE

ISLAND TOWN MEETINGS ON WORLD ORDER.

NEW YORK, N. Y., June 22, 1945. Hon. T. CONNALLY,

San Francisco, Calif.: Believe it is of utmost importance Congress remain in session to permit earliest possible ratification of San Francisco Charter and urge your kind cooperation.

D. EMIL KLEIN Co., INO.

NEW YORK, N. Y., June 22, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

San Francisco, Calif.: Urge immediate ratification San Francisco Charter while Congress in session.

J. A. TANNEY.

NEW YORK, N. Y., June 21, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

San Francisco, Calif.: Charter ratification by Congress at earliest possible date seems vital enough to keep Congress in session. I hope your influence will accomplish this.

Mrs. HENRY H. ELIAS.

MORRISVILLE, PA., June 21, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

San Francisco, Calif.:
Hope Senate stays in session until ratification San Francisco Charter.

STANLEY H. RENTON.

BROOKLYN, N. Y., June 21, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

San Francisco, Calif.:
Urge Senate ratify United Nations Charter before adjourning.

KATHERINE M. REIGART, Brooklyn, N. Y.

MOMENCE, ILL., June 30, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Foreign Relations Committee:
The Momence Women's Club unanimously voted ratification of the charter.

MOMENCE WOMEN'S CLUB

MURPHY, N. C., June 29, 1945. Hon. TOM CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. C.: We urgently desire approval of the United Nations Charter.

W. A. HOOVER, President, Murphy Businessmen's Club.

AUBURNDALE, Mass., July 2, 1945. Senator Tom CONNOLLY, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. O.: The Auburndale Woman's Club, with membership of 200, wishes to go on record as endorsing the United Nations Charter, the text of which has been in the newspapers. We urge that you use your influence to get it ratified as soon as possible.

IRMA T. LYNN, Chairman.

NASHVILLE, TENN., July 2, 1945. Hon, TOM CONNALLY, Chairman, United States Foreign Relations Committee,

The Senate, Washington, D. O.: The Nashville Woman's Press and Authors' Club unanimously requests immediate consideration of the United Nations Charter and its ratification without emasculating reservations.

ANITA WILLIAMS, President.

New RICHMOND, IND., July 15, 1945. Hon. TOM CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

United States Senate, Washington, D. C.: We the undersigned urge you approve Charter of United Nations.

Tuesday Study Club, Mrs. Lewis Withrow, president; Mrs. Gertrude

Oppy Carr, secretary; members, Mesdames Eugene Bailey, Fred Bible, Ralph Canine, Lora Maguire, Russell Miller, Herman Nesbitt, Fred Oliver, Albin Raub, Jerome Rund, Charles Taylor, Donald Taylor, George Shelby, William Snellenberger, Howard McCorkel, Melvin Willis.

NASHVILLE, TENN., July 2, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, United States Foreign Relations Committee,

The Senate, Washington, D. O.: Twenty-five members of Nashville Metaphysical Study Club hope and believe the United Nations Charter will implement the preservation of the world's peace. We therefore urge the Senate to place on its calendar for immediate consideration and ratification the United Nations Charter.

ANITA WILLIAMS, Committee Chairman,
Mrs. P. G. TUOKER, President.

OKLAHOMA CITY, June 28, 1945. Senator TOM CONNA!I Y,

Washington, D. C.: The Jurisdictional Bard of Evangelism of the Methodist Church, in session June 28, Oklahoma City, unanimously expressed gratitude for progress made

toward peace in San Francisco Charter. It is hoped your influence will be felt in Congress for an early ratification.

Rev. PAUL D. WONELDORF, Executive Secretary, Oklahoma City. Rev. GERALD KENNEDY,

Lincoln, Nebr.

SAN BRUNO, CALIF., June 28, 1945. TOM CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. C.:
We the undersigned urge approval for ratification of the Charter of the United
Nations.

SAN BRUNO WOMEN'S CLUB,
Mrs. E. MARLIAVE,

Corresponding Secretary.

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BUENA VISTA, VA., June 1945. Hon. TOM CONNALLY, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. O.: We are 100 percent behind the ratification of the United Nations Charter.

BUENA VISTA WOMAN'S CLUB.

MEMPHIS, TENN., June 25, 1945. SENATE FOREIGN RELATIONS COMMITTEE,

United States Senate, Washington, D. O.: Opportunity Club of Memphis, Tenn., wishes to go on record for ratification Charter of the United Nations.

OPPORTUNITY CLUB.

CONCORD, N. H., June 28, 1945.
Hon. Tom CONNALLY,
Chairman, Foreign Relations Committee,

United States Senate, Washington, D. O.:
We do hereby ratify the approval of the Charter of the United Nations.

CANTERBURY WOMAN'S CLUB,
Ruth E. WILSON, Secretary.

CHICAGO, ILL., June 28, 1945.
Hon. Tom CONNALLY,
Chairman, Foreign Relations Committee,

United States Senate, Washington, D. C.: The Elmwood Park Woman's Club requests that you give your active support to the United Nations Charter.

EDNA L. CROKER, President.

CHICAGO, ILL., June 28, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Foreign Relations Committee,

United States Senate, Washington, D, C.: Please put the Rogers Park Women's Club, of Chicago, Ill., on record for approval of the Charter of the United Nations.

Mrs. ARCH J. TURNER,

Legislative chairman.

MOUNT PLEASANT, OHIO, June 28, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. C.: Urge your approval of Charter of United Nations.

CHILDS STUDY CLUB.

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