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HILLSDALE, MICH., July 9, 1995. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. C.: Seven hundred, Hillsdale Federation of Women's Clubs urge ratification United Nations Charter.

Mrs. JAMES MEEKS, Secretary.

GIG HARBOR, WASH., July 12, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. C.: Our members favor ratification of Charter of United Nations.

IDAKA CLUB, Purdy, Wash.

NEW YORK, N. Y., July 9, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. C.; Permit me to call your attention to indiscriminate mass deportations and mass expropriations in Sudetenland. For the sake of justice and humanity, I ap peal to you to intercede on behalf of those large numbers of population who were truly democratic citizens without Nazi beliefs in spite of German language.

HANS FROHLICH.

MURPHY, N. C., July 5, 1945.
Hon. Tom CONNALLY,
Chairman, Foreign Relations Committee,

United States Senate:
Murphy Women's Club urges approval of United Nations Charter.

Mrs. J. W. DAVIDSON, President.

MANHATTAN BEACH, CALIF., July 5, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee: We wish to go on record favoring ratification of United Nations Charter.

RUTH L. HAEBERLIN, Citizenship Chairman,

Manhattan Beach Dolphins.

CONWAY, ARK., July 5, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Senate Office Building, Washington, D. C.:
We favor immediate ratification of the World Security Charter.

NORTH ARKANSAS METHODIST YOUTH ASSEMBLY.

NAUGATUCK, CONN., July 6, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. O.: The Naugatuck Women's Club of 250 members urges prompt ratification of the United Nations Charter.

Mrs. W. G. KIRBY, President.

OAKLAND, CALIF., July 7, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. C.: Oakland Section, National Council of Jewish Women, representing 250 women, request your support of ratification of the San Francisco World Charter.

Mrs. I. SCHONWALD, President.

BALTIMORE, MD., July 3, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNOLLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. C.: On behalf of our 200 members we respectfully urge prompt ratification by the Senate of the United Nations Charter.

WOMAN'S CLUB OF LINTHICUM HEIGHTS.

RAHWAY, N. J., July 5, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNOLLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. O.: The Rahway Women's Club endorses ratification of the United Nations Charter.

Mrs. CARL GRAVES, President.

DURHAM, N. C., July 2, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNOLLY,

Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. C.: As a member of the General Federation of Women's Clubs we favor ratification of the charter of the United Nations.

STUDY CLUB. TAZEWELL, VA.

LEXINGTON, MO., July 2, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNOLLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. O.: Second District Missouri Federation of Women's Clubs, representing 2,000 members, urge immediate ratification of United Nations Charter.

Mrs. CHARLES LYONS, President.

RICHMOND, VA., July 3, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNOLLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. O.: The Richmond Housewives League favor ratification of Charter.

Mrs. W. E. MAYES, Chairman.

BIRMINGHAM, ALA., June 2, 1945. Senotor TOM CONNOLLY,

Washington, D. C.: Counting on your splendid leadership toward the prompt ratification of the United Nations Charter.

Mrs. M. E. MORLAND, Charman, Womanspower General Federation of Women's Clubs.

WYNNEWOOD, Pa., July 2, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNOLLY,

Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. C.: During this war our country maintained a position of unparalleled leadership Our earnest desire for permanent peace and economic security demands our participation in the World Charter, Organization. This calls for the immediate ratification of the San Francisco Charter at this session of the Senate. Please give this your support.

MARGARET R. NORTH.

HAVANA, ILL., July 2, 1945.
Hon. Tom CONNALLY,
Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. C.:
Our club is urging the ratification of the Charter of the United Nations.

UTILITY AND INTEREST CLUB.

PASO ROBLES, CALIF., July 2, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. O.: The Woman's Olub of Paso Robles, Calif., respectfully wire favorable consideration of San Francisco Charter.

MARY P. HITCHCOCK, Chairman, Legislative Committee.

LEXINGTON, MO., July 3, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

United States Senate: Women's Federated Club, Lexington, Mo., endorses United Nations Charter; urges ratification,

Mrs. PEYTON TABR

PASCAGOULA, Miss., July 2, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

United States Senate, Washington, D. O.: The Pascagoula Federated Woman's Club most heartily endorse the Charter of the United Nations and request you approve same.

MARY A. ABBY, President.

WINNIE D. GRANBERRY, Chairman, International Relations Department.

Peoos, TEX., July 2, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman of Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. C.: The city federation of Pecos, Tex., represents 150 women who favor the Charter of the United Nations. We urge you to give it your personal support. Let's let Texas be the first to endorse the Charter.

Mrs. TOM FREESE.

WINSTON-SALEM, N. C., July 2, 19.5. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. C.: The Utopian Club with 20 members are in favor of Congress passing the Charter of the United Nations.

UTOPIAN OLUB,
Mrs. C. C. ASHBURN,

Secretary.

SPRAY, N. C., July 3, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee: The North Carolina Federation of Women's Clubs earnestly hopes that you will vote for ratification of the Charter of the United Nations and that you will use your influence to secure the earliest possible favorable action by the Senate of the United States.

Mrs. KARL BISHOPRIC,

President. Mrs. J. HAMPTON RICE,

Corresponding Secretary.

UPPER DARBY, PA., July 3, 1945. Hon. THOMAS CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee: The Federation of Women's Clubs of Delaware County, Pa., has gone on record for ratification of the Charter of United Nations. Federation urges this ratification at earliest possible date. Feeling is very strong that United States should be first to ratify.

REBA R.- DILWORTH, International Relations Chairman of Delaware County, Pa.

BINGHAMTON, N. Y., July 2, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee: The Civic Club of Binghamton, N. Y. is in favor of ratification of the United Nations Charter.

Mrs. EDWIN W. HUBBS, Corresponding Secretary.

BURLINGAME, CALIF., July 2, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee: San Mateo County Federation of Women's Clubs representing 10 county clubs, all belonging to California Federation of Women's Clubs now in executive board session, urges ratification of Charter of United Nations as quickly as possible.

Mrs. BONNIE W. MERRILL, President,

SUFFOLK, VA., July 2, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee:
Woman's Club of Suffolk, Va., urges ratification of United Charter.

Mrs. LOUIS S. CRIP, President.

NEWBURG, IND., July 3, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee: Favoring immediate ratification of Charter.

INDIANA FEDERATION OF WOMEN'S CLUBS,

LAURENA BRIZIUS, Secretary.

HOPEWELL, VA., July 3, 1945. The Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee:
The Hopewell Women's Club is on record for ratification of the Charter of the
United Nations.

HOPEWELL WOMEN'S CLUB,
Mrs. T. EDWARD TEMPLE, President.

CANOGA PARK, CALIF., July 3, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee:
On behalf of the members of the Winnetka Women's Club of Canoga Park,
Calif., we send our approval on the ratification of the Charter of the United
Nations.

Mrs. GEORGE RENDAHL, President.
Mrs. LYLA MONROE, Secretary.

LOS ANGELES, CALIF., July 3, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

Senate Office Building: The Los Angeles section National Council of Jewish Women, 1,500 members, urges that you vote for the Brettonwood agreement in the form received from the House without further amendments. We feel this best serves the people of our Nation and cause of world peace. We are grateful for your great and patriotic service at San Francisco.

Mrs. HAROLD STERN, President.

PALO ALTO, CALIF., July 3, 1945. Hon. TOM CONNALLY, Chairman, Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. C.: The Women's Club of Palo Alto wish to go on record as favoring the ratification of the peace Charter.

Mrs. CARL W. WATTS, President.

NEW YORK, N. Y., July 3, 1945, Hon. THOMAS CONNALLY,

Senate Office Building, Washington D. C.: Please accept my deep gratitude for your outstanding service at San Francisco. Your country supports you in urging immediate ratification of United Nations Charter.

ALICE HUNTINGTON.

CORONA, CALIF., July 3, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Foreign Relations Committee,

United States Senate, Washington D. C.: The Women's Progressive Club of Norco, Calif., Riverside County, have gone on record for ratification of the Charter of the United Nations. May we urge you to vote approval when it comes before the committee.

Mrs. GRACE R. MOORE, President.

DYER, TENN., July 4, 1945. Hon. TOM CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee: The Woman's Club of Dyer composed of 25 civic-minded members respectfully request and sincerely trust that you will do everything in your power to assure the ratification of the Charter of the United Nations.

NELLE EWELL, Secretary.

CLEVELAND, OHIO, July 3, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

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

Mrs. M. D. NEFF,
President, Past Officers A88ociation of the

Cleveland Federation of Women's Clubs.

GUERNSEY, WYO., July 4, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Senate Office Building, Washington, D. O.: Local Federated Women's Club sincerely urges ratification Charter, United Nations.

VINA MASTERS, Chairman, Legislative Committee.

WALTHILL, NEBR., June 27, 1945. Hon. TOM CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee:
We approve the ratification of the United Nations Charter.

WALTHILL WOMAN'S CLUB,

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

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee: We urge you to ratify Charter of United Nations.

RUFFIN FEDERATED WOMAN'S CLUB,

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