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Salt ffak* gfriJbune. Thursday Morning, January 25, 1945 is t_; S. Reverting Socialism,, Clark Warns (Continued from Page Thlrtfpn) as a result of the war. source of protein for building iron for building blood, phosphorous, necessary for absorbing calcium, meat is unrivaled, said. He described work by livestock and meat bo/ircl representatives educating personnel in the armed forces in care preparation of meat. Rice said 60% of national land in Utah now is classified as In satisfactory condition, 40 f r is deteriorating in vary- degrees, which will necessitate cuts in grazing in those committee report on marketing presented by Lehi M. Jones, City, and adopted, urged OP A revamp its formulas in ceiling prices on lamb. In when lamb was selling at an of 14 nc a pound, legs of sold retail at 20c to 22c a ES compared with an average price in 1943 of 13 Uc a pound lambs and retail prices of 38c legs of lamb and 45c for lamb the report showed. Legislation under which the big control board was established was commended and a recommendation that no changes be in such legislation was made report of the committee on game presented by S. M. Niel- Mt. Pleasant. predatory animal committee by H. Clay Cummings, recommended intensification of the bounty program and appropriation of $10,000 from state legislature to make this The recent outbreak of makes strong action advisable, Mr. Cummings said. Antiquities Act Repeal • public lands committee report, presented by S. M, Jorgen- Salina, urged repeal of the act of 1906, under the president is empowered withdraw public lands; recom- 4 curtailment of all departments of the United States grazing not directly connected with administration and management of the range,, and recommended that a standing committee three be appointed to represent the association at the Me- committee hearing on public grazing. Reductions in government expense and governmental salaries urged by the general resolutions committee headed by Mr. "Due to the fact that sheep population is declining in Utah, chiefly because of of man power, and that the business is a skilled profession, we urge that the war man commission immediately instruct all draft boards to defer Ex-S. L. Banker Dies at 73 experienced sheep hands," said resolution. of the women's auxiliary reelected all officers, including Dclbert Chipman, American Fork, president; Mrs. J. T. Heber, first vice presi- William McEwan, 73, 1881 E 2]at South, for many years assist ant cashier and trust officer of Zion's Savings & Trust Co., died W e d n esday at his home of causes incident to age- Mr. McEwan was born in Salt Lake City Nov. 16, 1871, a son of Honry and Agnes Hogg McEwnn, He had lived all his life in Salt Lake City with the exception of two years spent in Wyoming and Mr> McEwan 33 months in Germany as a missionary of the L D S church. Learns Printing Trade Learning printing as a youth, he was employed on the Salt Lake Mining Journal, the Advertiser and the Bingham Bulletin, but left that occupation in 1890 to become an employe of the State Bank of Utah. He advanced to head bookkeeper by 1894, when he was sent to Germany Germany on an L D S mission. He returned returned in 1896. Mr. McEwan was an active member member of the L D S church throughout throughout his life and had held many important offices in various church capacities. He married Mary Alice Woodruff, Woodruff, daughter of Wilford Woodruff, Woodruff, L D S church president, Nov. 16, 1897. They were parents of 11 children. Mrs. McEwan died Jan. 16, 1913. His second wife, Elizabeth Bennion Bennion McEwan, whom he married Aug. 15, 1917, died in May, 1919. Mr. McEwan married Grace Fixton, Fixton, Feb. 22, 1922. They were the parents of three children. Held Many Positions Prominent in Salt Lake business circles, he had served as president and director of Zion's Acceptance Corp.; trustee, manager, secretary and treasurer of Clayton Investment Investment Assn.; director, Business Men's Alliance; vice president and director, Lyman-Callister Co., and secretary - treasurer, Pines club, Inc. He retired as trust officer of Zion's Savings Bank & Trust Co, a few years ago. Mr. McEwan is survived by his widow, Mrs. Grace Pixton McEwan; McEwan; five daughters, Mrs. Dolores Dolores W. Pratt and Mrs. Emma W. M. McNaughton, Inglewood. Cal.; Mrs. Erma W. M. Hoggan and Mrs. Blanche W. M, Dibble, Salt Lake City, and Mrs Agnes W. M. Borne, Los Angeles, Cal.; seven sons, Taylor W. and Willard P. McEwan, both overseas with the armed forces; Owen W., Clarence Clarence W., Joseph W., Douglas P. and Harold P. McEwan, all of Salt Lake City; 15 grandchildren; one great-grandchild, and a brother, Frank McEwan, Salt Lake City. a in

Clipped from The Salt Lake Tribune25 Jan 1945, ThuPage 7

The Salt Lake Tribune (Salt Lake City, Utah)25 Jan 1945, ThuPage 7
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