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\L PAGE i the Day It Happens id United Press Services SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH, SATURDAY EVENT Utah Completes Plans to Cast Vote That Will End National Prohibition ion," the ding Jood you, *■* ne, Mb. we .tly, lent all K>W ialf me es* has me our : to »uia esi- ■aid one oe» igb President, Secretory off Stats Ready to Issue U. S. Proclamations While Utah officialdom Saturday completed plans for the state's repeal ratification convention in the capital Tuesday, the nation's leaders t nounced their program for wiping prohibition from the federal constitution. State department officials in Washington completed arrangements for speedy issuance of formal proclamations by the president and the secretary of state officially declaring repeal of prohibition. Governors of Ohio, Pennsylvania and Utah were telegraphed requesting them to have their secretaries of state telegraph the state department as soon as the ratifying vote has been taken. Confers en Program In Salt Lake. Franklin Riter. head of the Utah League for Prohibition Repeal and a member of the state's repeal convention, conferred with Socrciati of State Milton H. Welling on Tuesday's program. Still wary that Ohio may delay its convention to allow the Buckeye state • - HB*>Jhon«r of being the thirty-sixth commonwealth to ratify repeal, Utah officials have arranged for convenient delays if necessary. A recess has been provided to permit the delegates to saunter at win, thus assuring Utah of being the thirty- sixth and deciding state. Bleed taPreeUe Governor Henry H. Blood wi 11 preside at the convention, which will open at the stroke of noon Tuesday. Fourteen surviving members of the state convention which created the state of Utah in ISM have been invited to attend, including Anthony W. Ivins, first counselor in the first presidency of the I* D. S. church. Under a United States supreme court ruling, the justice department has held that prohibition will be legally ended the moment the thirty- sixth state convention has ratified the popular repeal vote. The state department, however, desires to issue the formal proclamation as soon as possible. Formal Proclamation* Upon the basis of telegraphic replies from Pennsylvania, Ohio and Utah, with assurances that the for raally certified papers are en route to Washington, the state department will issue a proclamation, to be followed immediately by that of the president Attorney General Joseph Chez and other state officials eneanwhile scanned a ruling of Acting Postmaster Joseph C. O'Mahoney, which listed Utah among states which will allow solicitation of liquor after December 1. Mr. Chez cited a state law which prohibits offering for sale any beverage containing more than 3 -1 per cent of alcohol after January 1. Before that time, when Utah's new beer bill becomes effective, existing laws prohibit solicitation, possession or sale of any beverage containing more than one-half of one per cent alcohol by volume. n. tab fa ;on he las its. •y- an xt a .ad ige ne- oig lad nd. ade ime .can and ■erty town who .a the iy ad und it ne east back to direct? ♦ood on '• ink. BURGLARS BREAK WALE. Breaking through the wall of the Walnut cafe, 445 South Main street, with tools "borrowed" from the adjoining J. Lewis Anderson garage. burglars stole $4, tobaccos valued at $75 and a pay telephone from the cafe early Saturday, Christ Paris, manager, told police. PER CAPITA SCHOOL COST 35 CENTS DAILY Decrease of $7.17 Per Shown in Report Year It has cost the sovereign state of Utah 35 cents a day per pupil to -h its boys and girls their A B C's the school year of 1932 and Undertaker charge Utah ing exorbitant uses. This was the W. department termath of day in which criticized a fv Judge Wolfe who charge^ a final report estate of the li, Mr. Lang's court was ered that an Mod a doctor to an estate of / Delegates' to the:;. ■' Constitutional Conventwn will convene December S. 1933. a* 12..o'clock noon . ' in :the ■ * *< y[ House Chamber of the State Capitol : tb ra*ffy the " Twenty-first Amendment to the Federal Constitution. .; • You e*» invited-to be present:- * ■ Adrclftarit* by prauKt'tfien of i*w»taKo« only. Miss Peggy Elton presents Secretary of State Milton H. Welling with one of first invitations to repeal convention. "Fb-acy: It looks like said. "The fur shouldn't have amount He h and only a few to me that, the i exately preying If the ease is of registration Mr. Golding held and the .. be revoked und fendant is found exorbitant fee. Judge Wolfe r found numerous "exorbitant" fur be thought the registration or 2 agency should : Uee. Origin An original bi services was alio a special adminif & Trust compan istrator, protest succeeded in ba another division An aecountinf showed 13108 r tate after outla structed the W company as adr „. _ atlaw, inc." many and anoth MOFFA' TO' Boys and C Firr Self-educatio full life is wit 4-H club mem Moffat of tht told the Salt their annual gram in Mun urday af terno« The justice of living up which each i self to cleare loyalty, his h health to bett Nearly 225 awarded pin year's work. Mrs. Evely UviUes Of 4-1 during the : outlined the riculture cli Club menr of the cour friends thro or Fred P* Murray at lug. WUlia man. WE CODE PRICE S. L WATER QUEST mine imnrFn ****""
|Agency||Convention to Ratify the 21st Amendment (1933)|
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|Source Relation||Series 6300 | Convention to Ratify the 21st Amendment (1933) | Administrative Records | Newspaper clippings|
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Constitutional amendments--Liquor laws--Utah
|Abstract||On October 10, 1933, Governor Henry H. Blood called for the election of delegates to a constitutional Convention for the purpose of ratifying or rejecting the 21st amendment. The election was held on November 7, and the elected delegates met December 5. The amendment became effective with the ratification of 36 states. Utah was the 36th state to ratify and these records document the activities of the convention.|