Daily News from New York, New York on June 25, 1957 · 527
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Daily News from New York, New York · 527

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Tuesday, June 25, 1957
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kdwby Speedup Assailed l emand that th Transit Authority drop its plan to drop three stops for Rockaway-bouTtd trains was made yesterday by Woodhavjen and Ozone Park commuters. Irwin S. Lowengood f the' Wardens' Civic Association and John Weiss, president of " the Ozone Tudor Civic Association, aid the new system would deprive riders of "privileges and comforts" and add at least 10 minutes to their travel time. The TA said this week that Rockaway trains would skip the Boyd and Grant Ave. and Hudson St. stops on the IND "A" line during the morning and evening rush hours. The TA hopes the move wiJl cut three minutes' running time te and from the Rockaways. The change goes into effect July 1 for a month's trial. Bus Route Extended To Soosf Revenue The Transit Authority, hoping to persuade more persons to ride its Q-27 bus route between Flushing and Laurelton, will .put a one-and-a-half-mile extension into effect Sunday for a 60-day trial. The move was announced yesterday by Col. Jam JES. Edmunds, superintendent of iw-face transportation. The . line, which now ends at Springfield and Merrick Blvds., will be op erated to - Merrick Blvd. and 233d St. Residents, Edmunds said, have been ignoring "the bus service, which had previously been extended from the Queens Village Long Island, Rail Road station as an experiment. Unless business picks up, he warned, it will revert to that terminal. Revenues, he pointed out, average 23 cents a mile, whereas 80 cents a mile is needed to break even. A 24-hour survey June 11 showed the line carried 129 school children, six transfer passengers and 69 cash passengers to Laurelton. In the same period buses travel ing from Laurelton to Flushing carried two free riders, 114 school children, 53 transfer passengers and 193 who paid cash fares. A total of 177 continued to the Flushing terminal. 3 Indian MDs Arrive Three physicians from India arrived on the liner Scythia yesterday for hospital post in this country. One, Ramnath V. Nayak, joins Jewish Chronic Disease Hospital in Brooklyn. ALL EXTRUDED ALUMINUM COMBINATION SCREEH AND STORM TILT WINDOWS II : I iTTTnillllllllim Hani' brisked aleminam Folly self-steriec Expensive TILT csnstmctioa Heavy EXTRUDED aluminum HOMEOWNERS ONLY . . . NORMAL INST. $3 FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION BROOKLYN mm m m 0(!a NASSAU n-k - & OUEENS t-OOUO SUFFOLK "OtJU M HOUR PHONE SERVICI INCLUDING SUNDAYS NASSAU ft ) 1 4 Mm mx JmJMT V f a Y ill lis mU W IV I 115 Urban Avenue, Westbary.L. 1. 1 jajsjJ23 I Your utis f action al-wayt anurtd I FRIENDLY IFJROST noeiEf wd wtacMowec ounc Frost Special with a 2i m if W STABLE FAIM VISUALCONTROL PANEL with BUILT-IN PiLOT LIGHT Push Button Control 4 Speeds Electrically Reversible Automatic Thermostat m 5 YIAR . "I 1 GUARANTEE g CM MOTOR" jj? MODEL T-74 If Xj I I $59.95 SAVE 50! Here's another sensational new CONSTELLATION FAN with 4 -4 Wadts, Elac trie ally la-versibii aod Safety Ktufi firifl. tSiiimm E5E QUEENS WAREHOUSE 82-11 Rockaway BOULEVARD Ik. Atlantic .. Oiin Put FREE PARKING FUTBUSH, B'KLYN. 2148 Tilden AVENUE at Platans In. Il kcart 1 IruklT FLUSHING STORE 173-15 HORACE HARDING BOULEVARD At Vtk St, Nr. UUl.l FREE PARKING NEW WESTBUHY WAREHOUSE STORE 123 FROST ST. AT OLD COUNTRY RD. WANTACH STATE P'KWAT FREE PARKING! - DOWNTOWN. i-KlTWl SOUTW RKITN I 1ENS0NHURST I WIUIAMSRURG s-seasssas-a 388 Bridge 657 Fifth 2170 86tb IS Graham FRIENDLY STREET AVENUE STREET AVENUE ft TPIRftfQTr is c,w ' h"1 ' II 11 UJlJ' 9 11 I BETHPAGE COM MACK BAY SHORE pW. HEMPSTEAD nORII ID WMENOUE OVTirH II ' ,,, . . tdL b tm-trtm Jy 4021 HeBipsteai 0a Jericba Tpke. On Sanrise H'way. 530 Hempsteaa i TURNPIKE ttnwf If EIwm U. I""??' ,TL-' let It.itttMl et MvatiifU BiwrtwM R. 1 C. l a-i 5aem , fmtifui i Siiitni a Ml Aw. H- OO Cd ' 3 W fa f M m H d Xfi a to

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