PAGE EIGHT PWA Asks More Data on Bid for WoodRiver Sewer Improvements Board May Make Tentative Award WOOD RIVER, April »,-Conferring »,-Conferring with stat* Public Works Administration Administration officials at Chicago Wedneaday with regard to the status of their approval on award of the trunk and relief sewer contract to th* Madison Construction Co., Corporation Corporation Counsellor Manning w»* instructed to furnish the PWA further further information obtainable tram the contractor. The inlormation, he said, induced a more detailed analysis of the contractor's contractor's $433,080 bid on the project and routine data and agreements to conditions laid down by th* PWA. Action on the bids now has had to l>e deferred twice by the board o? local improvement*, which must await approval of the PWA before a final award can be made. The bid was opened March 28. Manning «aid H .wottUt be necessary necessary to act on tn* bid within » days after Us opening, under the local UnproTernents act However, he expreswd no alarm at the ftltuation. pointing out that in cas« PWA approval faf!«d to come through by Saturday, when the board roeett again, a tentative eon- tract award might be made subject to the approval.