, I MAY GO AHEAD ' WITHOUT COUNTY "If the county commissioners don't want to go in with us in building the comort 6tatidh. they can stay out." I nno ktiv v - vuuiiviiiiiau cnvl i yesterday, at noon, following the meeting of council yesterday : ! He was asked why the comfort, station plans hadn't come before council, and said that there was sev - eral conferences necessary first. Sev 'eral small changes must be made, he saidi or terms in the Qualifications niade clear. ' . "Conferences with who?" he was askea. "The county commissioners?" 4Not at al, ., aaid the counciiman. j don't intend to let them bother me much longer. If they want to come aj0ng m an(j help build the comfort statipn, they are Welcome. If they wanj t0 baik they can stay out and we wm do it ourselves, ' THEY WANT ONE RIGHT, "The citizens have voted us the money to build a comfort station. I take, that as a good sign that 'they want one, and want one right. They don't want half a comfort station or they wouldn't have, Voted the money for a whole one." ' - ' The comfort station specifications will be presented to council next week, it is believed. The plans have been fixed as they will be without the bathtubs.. These are now on exhibition in Councilman Yeager's of fice. The specifications have also been drawn up." a - 'B' - a i... t, u tt 'l r7 i. ha in nrmfitin inn ' it la clearing of nine feet by at least one foot. There will not be a corre sponding lessening of the excavation, however, and the comfort station will still be at the same depth. Councilman Ycager may make another trip to Allentown with Councilman Datnpman some time this week to again inspect the comfort station there.