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ROCHESTER, PA., June 26, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

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

WOMEN'S CLUB.

KENSINGTON, MD., June 22, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee:
We request ratification of United Nations Charter immediately upon receipt.

WOMEN'S COMMUNITY CLUB,
Mrs. WALTER B. WELLS, President.

PORTSMOUTH, VA., June 22, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. C.: The Woman's Club of Oraddock, Va., wishes to go on record with the General Federation of Women's Clubs for ratification of the Charter of the United Nations.

HELEN P. WOODAR, President.

SPRINGFIELD, VT., June 21, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Senate Office Building, Washington, D. C.: When the Charter of the United Nations comes before the Senate for vote I urge that you vote your wholehearted approval. I feel strongly that the adoption of this Charter is the first step toward outlawing war and insuring permanent peace.

ANNA HARTNESS BEARDSLEY,
Chairman, International Relations Committee,

Vermont Federation of Women's Clubs.

NORTHAMPTON, MASS., June 22, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. C.: Northampton Woman's Club, with a membership of 300, urges approval of the Charter of the United Nations.

ELLA M. HEMINWAY, President.

KINGS MOUNTAIN, N. C., June 22, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

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

KINGS MOUNTAIN WOMAN'S CLUB,
Mrs. E. A. SCHENK, President.

PHILADELPHIA, Pa., June 20, 1495. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

Senate Office Building, Washington, D. C.: The 4,000 members of United Nations Council of Philadelphia strongly urge you to do everything in your power to have Senate act immediately on World Organization Charter. We believe Senate recess at this time would be costly mistake.

RAY KRIMM, Executive Director.

PHILADELPHIA, PA,, June 20, 1945. Senator TOM CONNALLY,

Senate Office Building, Washington, D. C.: Extremely important that Senate act immediately upon World Organization Charter. I believe Senate recess at this time would be ghastly mistake and would jeopardize favorable reaction of American public to results achieved at San Francisco.

STUART F. LOCHEIM, Treasurer, United Nations Council of Philadelphia.

RICHMOND, VA., June 20, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Scnate Office Building, Washington, D. C.: Virginia Federation Women's Clubs urges your approval Charter United Nations and your active support in passage through Senate.

Mrs. 0. F. NORTHINGTON, Jr., President.

COLLEGE PARK, MD., June 21, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. O.: The Progress Club, of College Park, Md., a member of the General Federation of Women's Clubs and comprised of 93 members, wishes to instruct the chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee of its endorsements of the Charter of the United Nations, and urges its approval by Congress.

JEAN B. CRAWFORD, Corresponding Secretary, Progress Club.

BAYONNE, N. J., June 21, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

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

THE BAYONNE WOMAN'S CLUB.

DURHAM, N. H., June 21, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. C.: Please use influence to secure passage of United Nations Charter.

HELEN F. MACLAUGHLIN.

PAOLA, KANS., June 20, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

United States Senate, Washington, D. C.:
Urge your favorable action on Charter of the United Nations.

Mrs. P. A. PETITT,
President, Kansas Federation of Women's Clubs.

BRYAN, OHIO, June 21, 1945. The Honorable Tom CONNALLY,

Washington, D. C.:
We urge your support to ratify the Charter of the United Nations.

Mrs. KARL KING,
Northwest District President, Ohio Federation of Women's Clubs.

TORONTO, ONTARIO, June 21, 1945. CHAIRMAN OF FOREIGN RELATIONS COMMITTEE,

Washington, D. O.: My humble opinion that German people can be conquered by using same underground people of their own kind to create peace and desirable conditions. Allies wish to maintain in Germany not swaying militaristic supervision only creating peace with their own kind, the underground.

SOPHIE KOHEN.

WHEELING, W. VA., June 23, 1945. Honorable Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee:
Woman's Club, Warwood, endorse ratification Charter United Nations.

WARWOOD WOMAN'S CLUB,
By Mrs. EARL MORRISON, Corresponding Secretary.

VIDALIA, GA., June 23, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee: The Vidalia Woman's Club insists ratification of the Charter of the United Nations.

Mrs. FRANK E. HOWALD, President.

LA SALLE, ILL.,, June 23, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman of Foreign Relations Committee:
The board of directors of the La Salle Woman's Club in executive session Friday
at 2 o'clock, June 22, voted to urge their approval of the Charter of the United
Nations.

THE EXECUTIVE BOARD, LA SALLE WOMAN'S CLUB,
Mrs. CHARLES WILMEROTH, Secretary.

ABBEVILLE, LA., June 23, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

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

WOMAN'S CLUB OF ABBEVILLE.

PHILADELPHIA, Miss., June 23, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Washington, D. C.: The Philadelphia Woman's Club goes on record favoring ratification the Charter of the United Nations.

Mrs. M. W. SPIVEY.

ANDOVER, MAINE, June 23, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee:
Andover Friday Club goes on record ratification Charter United Nations.

BERTHA P. Fox,
Secretary Andover Friday Club.

NORTHWOOD, N. H., June 22, 1945. Şenator THOMAS CONNALLY,

Washington, D. 0.: The executive board of the Harvey Lake Woman's Club of Northwood, N. H., strongly urges the ratification of the charter to be submitted by the San Francisco Conference.

Mary L. TURPIN, Secretary.

COFFEYVILLE, KANS., June 23, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. C.: We hope for action by Senate be not delayed in accepting Charter for world peace prepared by delegates of United Nations at San Francisco.

TRAVELER CLUB,
Mrs. E. O. SQUIRE.

MANCHESTER, N. H., June 23, 1935. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

Senate Office Building, Washington, D. C.: Manchester, N. H., branch, Americans United for World Organization, hopes Congress will remain in session, that San Francisco Charter may be ratified soon as possible.

Mrs. ROBERT BINGHAM, Secretary.

Toccoa, GA., June 22, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. C.: Woman's Club, Toccoa, Ga., 100 active members, urges prompt ratification of Charter of United Nations.

Mrs. J. E. GARDNER, Chairman, International Relations.

SHARON, S. C., June 22, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. C.: The Women's Club, of Sharon, S. C., wishes to record its ratification of the Charter of the United Nations.

Mrs. W. S. GIBSON, President.

MINNEAPOLIS, MINN., June 22, 1945. MEMBERS OF SENATE FOREIGN RELATIONS COMMITTEE,

Washington, D. C.: Officers and members of the executive board of the Minnesota Federation of Women's Clubs are unanimous in urging early approval of the Charter of the United Nations,

Mrs. GEORGE W. SUGDEN, President, Minnesota Federation of Women's Clubs.

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIF., June 22, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

Washington, D. C.: I believe it imperative that the Congress act on the San Francisco Charter and the reciprocal trade agreements before adjourning.

JOHN CROMWELL.

SWARTH MORE, PA., June 26, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

Senate Office Building: Because I have 15 grandchildren, I beg you to defer Senate adjournment until San Francisco Charter is ratified.

CAROLINE S. SILLOWAY,

HAVERFORD, Pa., June 22, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

Senate Office Building, Washington, D. O.: Urge you to do all in your power to secure ratification of San Francisco Charter before Senate summer recess.

Mrs. GRENVILLE D. MONTGOMERY.

PEMBERTON, N. J., June 25, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY: Strongly urge Senate not adjourn until ratification San Francisco Charter.

ANNE P. CHAMBERS.

PITTSFORD, VT., June 25, 1945. , Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee:
We are urging fullest support for Charter of United Nations.

Mrs. L. E. SMITH,
President, Housekeepers Club.

PHILADELPHIA, PA., June 25, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

Senate Office Building:
Defer Senate adjournment until the San Francisco Charter is ratified.

KATHARINE R. WIREMAN.

SARASOTA, FLA., June 25, 1945. Hon. TOM CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee:
Our group as a whole is on record for ratification of the Charter of the United
Nations.

THE WOMAN'S CLUB OF SARASOTA, FLA.,
Mrs. BOB NEWHALL, President.

PHILADELPHIA, PA., June 25, 1945. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

United States Senate, Washington, D. C.: Strongly urge you to defer Senate adjournment until the San Francisco Charter is ratified.

Mrs. CYRUS ADLER.

BRYAN, OHIO, June 25, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee:
Members urge ratification of Charter of the United Nations.

ANN BRYAN WOMEN'S FEDERATION.
RUTH DECKER, President, Taine Club.

HURRICANE, W. Va., June 25, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. C.:
By all means vote for United Nations Charter. We heartily approve.

HURRICANE WOMAN'S CLUB,
Mrs. F. C. COLEMAN,

President.

FORT MORGAN, COLO., June 23, 1945. Hon. TOM CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. C.: Argonaut Club Federated, 28 members urge ratification of United Nations Charter.

CLARA L. DIERDORFF, 75608-45— 33

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