Daily News from New York, New York on April 6, 1983 · 168
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Daily News from New York, New York · 168

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1 1 Yik to study 43 Bleed for r&isEi-SioiiB express A study to determine the feasibility of starting rush hour express service on the Q43 bus from eastern Queens to the 179th St subway station in Jamaica will be made shortly by the Transit Authority. Councilman Sheldon Leffler (D-Hollis) proposed the start of the service after receiving complaints from constituents about what they said were long rides from the subway station to their homes in eastern Queens. In a letter to TA president John Simpson, Leffler proposed that the Q43 buses should run as express buses from the subway along Hillside Ave. to Springfield Blvd. in Queens Village in a manner similar to the operation of the Q44A bus along Union Turnpike. The express bus, Leffler told Simpson, is needed to alleviate overcrowding and long trip times on the Q43. The problem, he added, stems from three bus lines, the Ql, Q36 and Q43, all operating along Hillside Ave. until, Springfield Blvd. and stopping at the same block at the 179th St. subway. "Rather than wait for the Ql or Q36," Leffler said, riders take the Q43, thus causing the problem of overcrowding." He suggested the TA post a regular dispatcher at the bus stops in an effort to encourage the Ql to operate in a more timely manner and thus alleviate the need for passengers to choose the Q43 alternative. Senate candidates' aims By BERNARD RABIN The candidates running for the vacant Senate seat in northern Queens came up with various platforms yesterday involving banks, Social Security and vandalism. The special election will be held Tuesday in the 12th S.D. to' fill the seat vacated by Rep. Gary Ackerman (D-Flushing). Victoria Lukas, running on the GOP, Conservative and Right to Life lines, said that, if elected, she will sponsor a law forcing every bank in the state to send a monthly statement to depositors, describing how much of their money is being invested in New York. The law would also force the banks to declare how much of their funds are invested in Third World, Socialist and Communist countries. Assemblyman Leonard Stavisky (D-L-Whitestone) said that the Social Security reform legislation passed last week by Congress is "less than fair" to recipients since it "represents a midstream change to some of the nation's retirees." Stavisky also charged that the. Jamaica Savings Bank, in evicting the' lessee of the landmark Hammerstein House in Beechhurst, has made the half -century old building a "prime target for vandals and burglars." 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