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19220211_6 - ABSOLUTELY NO' TIPS. "There.win.'b'e.'no...
ABSOLUTELY NO' TIPS. "There.win.'b'e.'no concessions and 'there'; are , to"be",no.tlps;. t You can mane mat as strong aa, you want 10. Absolutely v'nd' tips." . ..' C'.v The charge - for ,'useVoiE a shower bath will be ,25 cents, which will be placed into ;a, slot., on .the automatic recording lock. The charge for pay compartments wlll.jbe 10 cents. '.Every day the, pay, compartments will .be. emptied 'Of their coins by Raymond J. Boyer clerk in the engineer's office,; who will be personally responsible for the amounts check ing up with lnose recorded on the locks. ' At ' the end of each week the money will be: turned over tq the city treasurer. ' ' ' ' v NO PROFIT ON PLACE. - Mr. Yeager 6tafed that the cost of maintenance is estimated at $6,500 a year. "We erpect that the rev enue from this place will be at least $9,000 a year," he said. "If the rev enue , exceeds the cost of mainte nance, then we will cut down the price of the pay compartments. We don't i want to try to make a profit oh ' this place." - The contract price for the job was $38,147. The station .will be open to the public tomorrow only for inspection, and '.'not for - - 'use.' It'. will t be placed in operation beginning . Mon day "morning at 7 ' o'clock, when the attendants who were appointed by council this week wilrgo 'on 'the job.

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  1. Reading Times,
  2. 11 Feb 1922, Sat,
  3. Page 8

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