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RACINE, Wis., June 24, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. 0.: Women's Club, Racine, 450 members, urges ratification Charter United Nations

Mrs. CARROLL HEFT, President.

CULBERTSON, NEBR., June 24, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. C.: The Culbertson Women's Club wish to go on record as being in favor of the rạtification of Chapter of United Nations.

Mrs. ORPHA CREWS, Secretary.

NEVADA, Mo., June 23, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Senate Office Building: Progress Club Federated Organization of Nevada, Mo., wishes to go on record for ratification of Charter of United Nations.

Mrs. J. D. PRATR, President.
Mrs. R. M. JONES, Secretary.

DURANT, Miss., June 23, 1945.
Hon. Tom CONNALLY,
Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. 0.: The Woman's Club of Durant, Miss., urges the approval of the ratification of the United Nations Charter,

Mrs. W. E. MOCUNE, President.

PUEBLO, COLO., June 23, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee: The City Federation Women's Clubs, Pueblo, Colo., wishes to support the General Federation in its approval of the ratification of the United Nations Charter.

Mrs. P. K. HUDSPETH.

PORTSMOUTH, VA., June 26, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Foreign Relations Committee: Our members are urging you and your committee to ratify the United Nations Charter which will be presented to you this week.

Mrs. CLAUDE WARNER, Chairman, International Relations Committee, Richard Dale Women's Club.

TROY, OHIO, June 26, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee:
Our club urges approval Charter of the United Nations.

ATHENA CLUB,

Covington, Ohio.

DAVENPORT, WASH., June 26, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. O.: The Davenport Study Club of Davenport, Wash., hereby notifies your committee that our organization desires our Government to ratify the United Nations Charter.

MILDRED SIEGEL, Corresponding Secretary.

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

Senate Office Building, Washington, D. C.:
Please defer adjournment until San Francisco Charter is ratified.

MARGARET PRICE SMITH.

CARLSBAD, N. 'MEX., June 25, 1945. Hon. TOM CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. C.: We urgently ask your approval of the Charter of the United Nations and ask your efforts toward immediate ratification.

Mrs. J. W. LEWIS, Chairman, Legislative Committee, Woman's Club.

SILVER SPRING, MD., June 26, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Senate Office Building, Washington, D. C.:
Urge ratification by Senate of United Nations Charter.

SILVER SPRING WOMAN'S CLUB,
M. L. SCHNEIDER,

Corresponding Secretary.

WARSAW, VA., June 25, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. C.: Westmoreland County Woman's Club urges support of United Nations Charter.

Mrs. CHARLES S. BAKER, Vice Chairman.

ANNISTON, ALA., June 25, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. C.: The 24 members of the Europa Club, of Oxford, Ala., approve the ratification of the Charter of the United Nations.

Mrs. E. B. ROBERTS,

President, Europa Club. By ISABELLE, CONKLE,

Corresponding Secretary.

POCAHONTAS, VA., June 25, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. C: The Pocahontas Woman's Club urges that you approve ratification of the Charter of the United Nations.

POCAHONTAS WOMAN'S CLUB,

NEW ORLEANS, LA., June 25, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. C: One hundred and fifty members of the New Orleans Women's Club urges your acting favorably on the World Charter when it is presented for approval. Our women are heartily in favor of this world organization for maintaining peace.

Mrs. J. H. FORCELLE, President, New Orleans Women's Club.

TALLULAH, LA., June 25, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. C: The Tallulah Book Club wishes to go on record as favoring the ratification of the Charter of the United Nations. We have a membership of 57.

Mrs. NEAL T. HOLT, President, Tallulah Book Club.

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

Senate Office Building, Washington, D. C.:
Defer Senate adjournment until the San Francisco Charter is ratified.

SARAH RICHARDSON.

ABSECON, N. J., June 25, 1955 Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Chairman, Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D.O.:
We urge approval Charter United Nations.

ABRECON WOMEN'S CLUB,
Mrs. EDWARD, McDONEL, Federation Secretary.

VERMILLION, S. DAK., June 25, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. C.: We urge endorsement of the United Nations Charter.

NAUTLIUS FEDERATED CLUB.

SHERIDAN, Wyo., June 25, 1945. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. 0.: Sheridan Woman's Club urges approval of Charter United Nations.

HELEN EDELMAN, Secretary.

PADEN CITY, W. VA., June 25, 1945. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. C.: Approve United Nations Charter. Thank you.

PADEN CITY WOMEN'S CLUB.

BOSTON, Mass., June 26, 1945. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. C.: We urge approval for ratification of the Charter of the United Nations. Public opinion is with you.

MAY DICKINSON KIMBAL,
Mothercraft Chairman, General

Federation of Women's Clubs.

CONWAY, N, H., June 26, 1945. Tom CONNALLY,

Chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. C.: The 80 members of the Conway New Hampshire Women's Club strongly urge ratification of Charter of United Nations.

DOROTHY FENTON, Corresponding Secretary.

WYNNEWOOD, PA., June 26, 1945. Com CONNALLY,

Washington, D. C.: Urging you to defer Senate adjournment until ratification of San Francisco Charter :

WM. W. TOMLINSON.

PHILADELPHIA, PA., June 26, 1945. Tom CONNALLY,

Washington, D. C.: Consider it vital to world that Senate defer until after ratification of San Francisco Charter,

Mrs. JOHN C. ATWOOD, Jr.

AFTER RECESS

(The recess having expired, the committee reconvened at 2 p. m.)

The CHAIRMAN. I have some additional telegrams that I would like to put in the record along with those others that were favorable to the Charter. I will hand them to the reporter. I have some here opposing the Charter that I will put in a little later, because I do not want to be one-sided. (The telegrams referred to are as follows:)

HOUSTON, TEX., July 12. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

We are behind you 100 percent in the splendid work you are accomplishing for the United Nations Charter.

DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT CLUB OF HARRIS COUNTY.

LANGHORNE, Pa., July 11. Hon. Tom CONNALLY, Senate Foreign Relations Committee,

Washington, D. C.: As international relations chairman of the Langhorne Women's Club I urge the prompt approval by the Senate of the Charter of the United Nations as written at San Francisco.

Mrs. ARTHUR M. LEIBOWITZ.

SCARSDALE, N. Y., July 11. Tom CONNALLY,

Senate Office Building, Washington, D. C.: Your splendid work at San Francisco has earned the gratitude of all peaceloving citizens. They are counting on your efforts to secure prompt Senate ratification of the United Nations Charter with authority for United States delegate to vote for use of force without consulting Congress.

MARION W. MYER.

WENATCHEE, WASH., July 12. Hon. Tom CONNALLY,

Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Washington, D. C.: We, the members of the Wenatchee Woman's Club of Washington State Federation of Womans Clubs go on record as ratifying the Charter of the United Nations. We, a club of 100 women, want everything done to bring about a lasting peace. No more war, ever.

Mrs. L. M. ROWE, President,

BLOOMINGTON, ILL., July 11. Hon. THOMAS CONNALLY, Chairman, Foreign Relations Committee,

United States Senate, Washington, D, C.: Illinois State Women's Trade Union League urges prompt ratification of World Charter. It indicates United States intention to assume responsible participation in maintaining an orderly world society. Congratulations on your splendid speech in Senate. It gave Charter a wonderful send-off.

Mrs. JOHN N. LENNON, Treasurer.

PALO ALTO, CALIF., July 11. Senator Tom CONNALLY,

Senate Chambers, Washington, D. C.: The East Palo Alto Women's Club of Palo Alto wishes to go on record of favoring the ratification of the United Nations Charter.

Mrs. BERTHA HANNAH, President.

ROCHESTER, N. Y., July 11. Hon. THOMAS CONNALLY,

Senate Office, Washington, D. C.: Board of directors of the Federation of Churches of Rochester and vicinity urge the early ratification of the United Nations Charter by the United States Senate without reservation.

Hugh CHAMBERLAIN BURR,

Erecutive Secretary. The CHAIRMAN. Mr. Clark M. Eichelberger.

STATEMENT OF CLARK M. EICHELBERGER, DIRECTOR, AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE UNITED NATIONS, INC., NEW YORK, N. Y.

Mr. EICHELBERGER. Senator Connally, I represent the American Association for the United Nations, formerly the League of Nations Association, and also its research affiliate, the Commission to Study the Organization of Peace, of which Prof. James T. Shotwell is chairman.

The CHAIRMAN. You were also a consultant, were you not, at San Francisco?

Mr. EICHELBERGER. I had that privilege, Senator. The CHAIRMAN. I thought that should be in the record. Mr. EICHELBERGER. Thank you. I will leave with you a list of the officers of our association and simply content myself by saying that our association has 14 regional offices and 65 local committees and councils, and has tried to do a workmanlike job on behalf of the Dumbarton Oaks proposals which led to the charter, and was instrumental in distributing over a million pieces of literature.

(The list of officers is as follows:)
Honorary presidents: Sumner Welles and James T. Shotwell.
President: William Emerson.
Director: Clark M. Eichelberger.

Honorary vice presidents: Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, John W. Davis, and Michael Francis Doyle.

Vice presidents: Mrs. Emmons Blaine, Major George Fielding Eliot, Louis Finkelstein, Francis J. Haas, Manley 0. Hudson, Theodore Marburg, Mrs. Dwight Morrow, Raymond Swing, John E. Davies, and Mrs. James Lees Laidlaw.

Chairman, excutive committee: Hugh Moore.
Treasurer: Frederick C. McKee.

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