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NORTH PROVIDENCE, R. I., June 22, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. 0.: Please note 66 members of the Fruit Hill Women's Club urge approval of United Nations Charter.

Mrs. GEORGE W. COLEMAN, President.

MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., June 26, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. 0.: Department of Minnesota Woman's Relief Corps, Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic, urge ratification of the San Francisco Charter.

Mrs. GRACE E. ANDERSON,

Department Secretary.

POCATELLO, IDAHO, June 26, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Foreign Relations Committee,

United States Senate, Washington, D. 0.: Woman's Club, Pocatello, Idaho, urge ratification of United Nations Charter.

NELLIE CLINE STEENSON,

Corresponding Secretary.

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PAILADELPHIA, Pa., June 26, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

Senate Office Building, Washington, D. C.: Hope and trust that with your leadership and after your fine record at San Francisco the Senate will immediately ratify the San Francisco Charter and put the United States in the vanguard as a member of the new world organization.

SOPHIA YARNALL JACOBS,

Montgomery County, Pa.

HAVERFORD, PA., June 26, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

Senate Office Building, Washington, D. O.: I strongly urge and recommend to you to defer Senate adjournment until the San Francisco Charter is ratified.

Mrs. ERIC DE SPOELBERCH.

GENEVA, ILL., June 27, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

United States Senate, Washington, D. C.: The Geneva Women's Club urges prompt ratification of United Nations Charter,

NATHALIE R. RECKITT, President.

SPEEDS, IND., June 30, 1945. Hon, Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. C.: Our 40 members urge ratification of the United Nations Charter.

SPEED WOMEN'S CLUB.

MAMMOTH SPRINGS, ARK., June 30, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. O.: Highly favor Charter for securing and maintaining world peace.

TWENTIETH CENTURY CLUB.

ROSWELL, N. Mex., July 1, 1945.

Hon. TO CONNALakkington, D. C.:

, Washington, The Roswell Woman's Club urges your support of the ratification of the Charter of the United Nations.

Mrs. B. B. WILSON, President.

CLOVIS, N. MEX., July 1, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. O.: Hoping and praying that we may find lasting peace, we urge your approval of the Charter of the United Nations when it comes before the Senate.

CLOVIS WOMAN'S CLUB, By Mrs. JAMES A. JACKSON.

HAVERFORD, Pa., July 1, 1945. TOM CONNALLY,

Washington, D. C.: Whole country insists that United Nations Charter be approved before Senate vacation. We count on you.

JOHN LEWIS EVANS.

ELIDA, N. MEX., June 30, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. C.: The Elida Woman's Club approves the Charter of United Nations and urges immediate ratification.

Mrs. J. FRANK BYRD, President.

STATE COLLEGE, PA., June 22, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. C.: As chairman of international relations of Pennsylvania Federation of Women's Clubs, I urge the prompt approval by the Senate of the Charter of the United Nations as written at San Francisco. Am sending you by mail ballot supporting an international organization by 600 leaders in club work in Pennsylvania.

Mrs. JOHN D. GILL, Chairman, International Relations.

MORRISTOWN, N. J., June 22, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Senate Office Building, Washington, D. C.: The members of the Woman's Club of Morristown, N. J., urge prompt ratification of the Charter of the United Nations.

Mrs. E. BERTRAM MOTT, President.
Mrs. WILLIAM R. HALLIDAY, Chairman,

Internatonal Relations Committee.

JACKSON, MISS., June 22, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee:
Five thousand members Mississippi Women's Federation want ratification
Nation's Charter.

MISSISSIPPI FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS,
Mrs. EUNICE M. WESTON, Treasurer.

RIVERSIDE, CALIF., June 29, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

Capitol Building, Washington, D. C.: Southern District California Federation Woman's Clubs, 109 clubs, 10.000 members, in conference June 28, 1945, urges all possible effort for ratification Peace Security Charter.

Mrs. F. H. BECKER,

Corresponding Secretary.

VINELAND, N. J., June 27, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

Senate Office Building: Urgently request you do all possible to defer Senate adjournment until San Francisco Charter is ratified.

INDEPENDENT VOTERS LEAGUE OF VINELAND,

KALISPELL, MONT., June 27, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Foreign Relations Committee:
We earnestly urge your approval of the San Francisco peace chapter.

MONTANA FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS,
Mrs. JEAN KING, President.
Mrs. EDWARD TURPIN, Secretary.

OELWEIN, IOWA, June 27, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee: The Women's Federated Club of Oelwein, Iowa, urges the approval and ratification by the Senate of the Charter of the United Nations.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS, OELWEIN WOMEN'S CLUB.

MIDDLETOWN, OHIO, June 27, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Foreign Affairs Committee,

Washington, D. C.: Middletown, Ohio, Federation of Women's Clubs, representing 2,100 members, urges the ratification of the United Nations Charter.

Mrs. B. Y. SPARE, President.

BAKER, OREG., June 29, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D.O. The Alpha Club, Baker, Oreg., comprising 50 members, affiliated with the General Federation of Women's Clubs, urges your endorsement of the United Nations Charter.

RUTH J. SIMPSON, President.

TUCSON, ARIZ., June 28, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Senate Building, Washington, D. O.: We, the 307 of the Tucson Woman's Club, urge the ratification of the Charter of the United Nations without delay.

CORNELIA K. Du Bois, President.

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STOCKTON, CALIF., June 28, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

United States Senate, Washington, D. C.: Alameda District, California Federation of Women's Clubs, representing 1,400 women, voted today for ratification of United Nations Charter as adopted in San Francisco.

Mrs. MARVIN HERMAN BEIST, President.

COLUSA, CALIF., June 28, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. C.: Coluso Woman's Club respectfully urge ratification of the Charter of the United Nations.

JEANETTE D. RAGAIN, President.

AUGUSTA, GA., June 28, 1945. Hon. THOMAS CONNALLY,

United States Senate, Washington, D. C.: The Augusta Woman's Club commends your plan for ratification of United Nations Charter.

Mrs. H. R. McLARTY, Président, Augusta Woman's Club.

COALINGA, CALIF., June 28, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate-Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. C.: Coalinga Women's Club approves ratification of the Charter of the United Nations.

Mrs. C. A. GUSTAVSON, President.

ALBEMARLE, N. C., June 27, 1945. Hon. TOM.CONNALLY,

United States Senate, Washington, D. O.:
Norwood Women's Club favors adoption of United Nations Charter.

Mrs. R. S. SIMS.

KEENE, N. H., June 21, 1945. Hon. TOM CONNALLY,

Washington, D. O.: Keene Women's Club urges the ratification of the Charter of the United Nations.

Mrs. MARGARET NEWELL, President, Keene Women's Club.

PHILADELPHIA, PA., June 27, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

Senate Office Building: Sincerely urge you to defer Senate adjournment until San Francisco Charter is ratified.

ELIZABETH CHANINEL

PHILADELPHIA, PA., June 27, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

Senate Office Building:
Feel it is duty of Senate to ratify San Francisco Charter before adjournment.

LOIS VINCENT.

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PHILADELPHIA, Pa., June 27, 1945. Senator THOMAS CONNALLY,

Senate Office Building:
Urge ratification of San Francisco Charter before Senate adjourns.

JEANNE Lorr.

FONDA, N. Y., June 28, 1945. Hon. TOM CONNALLY,

Chairman, Foreign Relations Commitee, Senate Chambers: The parliamentary school of Fultonville and Fonda, 45 members, of the General Federation of Women's Club, Washington, D. C., urge your committee to ratify the Charter of the United Nations at once. Greeting and congratulations.

Mrs. W. A. P. CASSIDY, President. ·
Mrs. JAMES I. SPRAKER, Secretary.

PHILADELPHIA, Pa., June 27, 1945. Senator TOM CONNALLY,

Senate Office Building: Please defer Senate adjournment until San Francisco Charter is ratified in order to insure world peace and cooperation.

ALBERT A. PINCUS.

FORT BENTON, MONT., June 29, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. C.:
Fort Benton Woman's Club urges approval United Nations Organization.

Mrs. A. L. HESS, President.

SPRINGFIELD, MASS., June 28, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. C.: The Springfield Women's Club goes on record for ratification of the Charter of the United Nations.

(Unsigned.)

St. MICHALES, MD., June 28, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

United States Senate, Washington, D. C.:
Ratification of the Charter of the United Nations is desired.

Mrs. THOMAS W. FLEMING,
President, Eastern Shore District, Maryland

Federation of Women's Clubs.

PARIS, KY., June 28, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

Washington, D. C.:
We urge immdiate consideration and approval of United Nations Charter.

EXECUTIVE BOARD, BOURBON COUNTY WOMEN'S CLUB,
EDNA DRYDEN, President.

LAKE GENEVA, Wis., June 28, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. C.: We the women of the Lake Geneva Women's Club urge the ratification of the Charter.

Mrs. JOHN J. BROOKS,

Chairman of Legislation.

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