290 MARYLAND MANUAL.
September 12th, 1933
At the Special Election of September 12th, 1933, the following dele-
gates were elected to the State Constitutional Convention, all of these
delegates being pledged to vote for the Repeal of the 18th Amendment.
The Convention was held in Annapolis, October 18, 1933, and voted
unanimously for repeal, in accordance with the instructions of the people.
J. McFadden Dick, Salisbury, Wicomico County, Md.
H. Bennett Darnall, Rnxton, Baltimore County, Md.
Helen S. Athey, 100 5. Patterson Park Ave., Baltimore, Md.
Ella T. Clotworthy, 4406 Greenway, Baltimore, Md.
Joseph P. MeCurdy, 101 W. Clement St., Baltimore, Md.
Elizabeth Lowndes, Cumberland, Allegany County, Md.
Delegates from the First Congressional District of Maryland
Edward J. Clarke, Poeomoke City, Worcester County, Md.
Henry Lloyd, Jr., Cambridge, Dorchester County, Md.
Edward R. Buck, St. Miehaels, Talbot County, Md.
Delegates from the Second Congressional District of Maryland
Wiliam E. Conway, \Vestminster, Carroll County, Md.
Harry F. Klinefelter, Harvest Road, Baltimore, Md.
John A. Robinson, Bel Air, Harford County, Md.
Delegates from the Third Congressional District of Maryland
Peter M. Siewierski, 1706 Eastern Ave., Baltimore, Md.
John Philip Hill, 3 W. Franklin St., Baltimore, Md.
Thomas J. Flaherty, 2700 E. Preston St., Baltimore, Md.
Delegates from the Fourth Congressional District of Maryland
Leonard Weinberg, 943 Brooks Lane, Baltimore, Md.
Robert W. Price, 1707 E. 31st St., Baltimore, Md.
Harry 0. Levin, 940 Brooks Lane, Baltimore, Md.
Delegates from the Fifth Congressional District of Maryland
Charles H. Heintzemnn, 922 5. Charles St., Baltimore, Md.
Hannah P. Lowndes, Ellieott City, Howard County, Md.
James B. Berry, Sent Pleasant, Prince George’s County, Md.
Delegates from the Sixth Congressional District of Maryland
Victor D. Miller, Hagerstown, Washington County, Md.
James C. Shriver, Comberland, Allegany County, Md.
Bernard 0. Thomas, Frederick, Frederick County, Md.
Tabulation of Vote
Tabulation of vote in the State of Maryland of the Special Election
of September 12th, 1933, authorized under Ch. 253—1933, for Delegates
to the State Convention held in Annapolis on the 18th day of October,
1933, to Ratify or Reject the Proposed Amendment to the Constitution
of the United States, Repealing the Eighteenth Article of Amendment
to said Constitution.