Put it on \ your list* Report To Be Given For WBA Eureka Review No. 4!l, Woman's Benefit Association, will meet in the Hospitalilty House, 1727 Henderson Stlreel, on April 16 alt 8:15 p. m. President Alice Scot', will preside. rs. Leonard Lamoreaux will report on her trip to Santa Maria to .the state Â· convention held at the Irih there. This report was to have been given at the last meeting b'ul Mrs; Lamoreaux had not returned'-to Eureka in time. 'Â» Refreshments will be-served by Mrs. Frank Krupka and Mrs. Helen Palmer. hi Manslaughter charges against Homer D. While, 411, of Ybnealla. Ore., have been dropped at the request of the district attorney's office, according to James Marks, h j charges were filed March 22 after a woman pa'ssenger ah his car, Naomi Price, 34, fell from the : vehicle and was killed. - Investigation revealed that -'she was run over by a car* following the'White vehicle, "Marks said. , Toronto'in the Province; of Ontario is Hie hub of Canadian mining finance. THE PACIFIC LUMBER COMPANY SCOTIA. CALIFORNIA Senator Determined To Dig Into Excess Profit WASHINGTON. (UP1) Sen. Johi^ L. AlcClellan said today he would keep his.investigations subcommittee in session all summer if necessary to determine why a defense contractor claimed prc-fils of $1,325,000 on work to'which he contributed, $3,300. For the fourth day. the Arkansas Demo'orat,recalled executives of ,th.e Douglas Aircraft Co. to testify .about .alleged profit'pyra- miding ;pn ' components for the Nike. antiaircraft missile, which Douglas had subcontracted to other firms. Douglas and his aides will be asked about a report by the Air Force auditor general which was put into the hearing record at a stormy session Tuesday. Says Douglas Unreasonable The audit said Douglas was unreasonable in asking for a 9 per cent profit -- $1,325,000 -- on 1,032 launcher-loaders and 1,525 launcher rails which were manufactured by a Douglas subcontractor; Consolidated Western Steel Co. 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When you shop, you'll see that prices oh most of the corn oil rnargarines have been recently raised-and that Award is still your host buy in poly-uhsaturated margarine. And now you also save an additional 6(i when you use the coupon. Try Award soon. McClcllen's investigators, said Douglas* claimed profits were "redefermined" downward from $1,325,000 to $1,211,771.. . . . The aircraft company president insisted throughout the hearing that the alleged profits really were "fees" against which many costs of doing business had tb; : he applied. He convinced Sen. Carl T.'Curs, R-Neb., but not' McClellan. "I'm going to 'get this thing ,1n perspective," McClellan said. "Wo are going to do it if it takes al summer." McClellan introduced the Pentagon audit report after Douglas sought to explain that the subcommittee was confusing profits with fees paid for managing a part of tlie missile program. His company's 17-year-total ol fees came to $63.9 million, Douglas said, but his profits were only $29.8 million. He said Pentagon procurement practices did not allow him to claim as production expenses the cost of borrowing money, amortization of emcrgen cy facilities, advertising and miscellaneous expenses. "We agree that we earned fee on work we subcontracted to Con solidatcd Western Steel and to Fruehauf Trailer Co.--and we say that we earned it," Douglas tes fified. "We say that you cannot mean ingfully adduce what fees we wen paid on those subcontracts; ant we argue that our total fee on Uie entire Nike job is what counts --and that that was reasonable.' NAMES HOLLYWOOD (UPI) -- Isaiah Edwin Leopold says that when he eft home to go on the stage at the age of 16 his father told him the move would disgrace the family name. "So I look my middle name, Edwin, and made two names oi it," recalled Ed Wynn on the set during filming of Walt Disney's 'Babes in Toyland." 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