John W. Wydler
There is a lot of talk in the
Capital these days about building
bridges ~ bridges of trade
between the East and the West.
Although the question of East-
West trade is not new, it is becoming
more controversial because
of the Vietnam war. Many
of the Communist bloc countries
which even now benefit from
limited trade with the United
States are supplying hard goods
to the North Vietnamese.
This is an issue which the
90th Congress must face up to
in the days ahead. President
Johnson brought the question to
a head in his State of the Union
message when he urged enactment
of his plan to expand U. S.
foreign and commercial trade
with the East.
Some important questions
come to mind. Is such a policy
in our best interest? Is Communism
softening, thereby offering
us new opportunities for
friendly relationships? Should
we help build up somebody who
has vowed to bury us?
I, for one. see little evidence
that the Soviet Union had changed
its basic goal of world domination.
Furthermore, there is no
doubt that our exports to Communist
bloc countries have helped
the enemy in Vietnam. What
would happen if we expanded such
trade? Of course, the bridge-builders
will tell you that we do
not ~ and would not ~ send
anything that could help the Communists
in a warlike way. But
do you know what our Department
of Commerce lists a s " non-strategic"
material? Such things
a s : diesel engines, jet aircraft
engines, machine tools, fibres,
plastics, computers, and capital
I support a proposal to set
up a House Select Committee
on the Export Control Act.
This committee would undertake
a penetrative study of the
problem — to determine if such
trade was in the best interest
of the United States, even in an
economic sense. With few exceptions
— furs and platinum,
for example — the Soviet Union
produces little of what we need.
On the other hand, the Russians
are seeking from us such items
as chemicals, machine tools and
And, of course, the overriding
issue is the war in Southeast
Asia, as it relates to East-
West trade. Building a bridge
could well be a foolish under-
open nights till 10 P. M.
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The Rev. Jim Duffecy, of Glen
Rock, New Jersey and formerly
of Australia, will be the guest
speaker for a series of evangelistic
services at the Church of
the Nazarene, Massapequa Park.
The first service will be held on
Sunday at 11: 00 a. m. followed by
an evening service at 7 p. m.
Weekday evening services will be
held at 8 p. m. except Saturday.
Town Councilman Angelo D.
Roncallo said that the Town Board
has authorized installation of a
street light on North Utica Avenue,
Also authorized were three
lights on North Oak Street, North
Massapequa. Two lights will also
be installed on Toronto Avenue,
four lights on Gloucester Road
and two on St. Marks Place.
taking if it sustains and nourishes
the enemy while draining our
own country. I intend to do what
I can to see that Congress is
not stampeded into building a
bridge of East- West trade without
a thorough study first of
the entire issue.
If we do not see that our
bridges are sound ones we may
discover a new version of an
old song, " Lyndon's Bridge is
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INCORPORATED VILLAGE OF
NOTICE OF SALE
Sealed bids for the sale of one
( 1) used Gorman- Rupp, 6" diameter,
motor driven water pump
will be received by the Inc. Village
of Massapequa Park at the
office of the Village Clerk in the
Village Hall, 151 Front Street,
Massapequa Park, N. Y. until 8: 00
P. M. on the 17th day of April,
1967, at which time they will be
publicly opened and read.
The pump is equipped with a
Hercules 6- cylinder gas engine,
Model OXC5, Serial No. 135737,
mounted on heavy duty rubber-tired,
two- wheel trailer, and includes
two ( 2) 20 ft. 4 " diameter
suction hoses with strainers.
Unit is in good condition.
The above mentioned equipment
may be examined by contacting
the Superintendent of Public
Works at the Municipal Garage,
151 Front St., Massapequa Park,
N. Y. between the hours of 8: 00
A. M. and 4: 00 P. M., Monday
through Friday. Bid forms may
be obtained at the Village Hall.
The Village, through its Board
of Trustees, reserves the right
to waive any informalities in, to
reject any or all bids, and to a c cept
that bid which it deems most
favorable to the Village. No bid
of less than $ 250.00 will be considered.
No bidder may withdraw his bid
within thirty ( 30) days after the
actual date of the opening thereof.
By order of the Board of Trustees.
Dated: March 28, 1967
Village Clerk- Treasurer
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COUNTY COURT OF THE
STATE OF NEvV YORK:
COUNTY OF NASSAU
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF
THE UNITED STATES,
ROBERT J. PAPILE and
THELMA PAPILE, HIS
In pursuance of a Judgment of
Foreclosure and Sale made and
entered in the above entitled a c tion,
dated the 14th day of March,
1967, I, the undersigned, the
Referee in said Judgment named,
will sell at public auction to the
highest bidder, on the north front
steps of the Nassau County
Court House, facing onOldCoun-try
Road, Mineola, New York,
on April 28th, 1967, at 10: 00
A. M. in the forenoon, the premises
directed by said Judgment
to be sold and described as follows:
" ALL that certain plot,
piece or parcel of land with
the buildings and improvements
thereon erected, situate, lying
and being in the Incorporated
Village of Massapequa Park,
Town of Oyster Bay, County
of Nassau and State of New York,
known and designated as Lots
Nos. 3598 to 3601, inclusive,
in Block 65 Section D on a certain
map entitled " Map of Massapequa
Park Section D situated
as Massapequa Park, N. Y., surveyed
October, 1927, Baldwin &
Cornelius Co., Inc., C. E., Free-port,
L. I. Brady, Cryan & Col-leran,
Inc., Owners- Developers,
N. Y. C." and filed in the Office
of the Clerk of the County
of Nassau on Novemiser 15, 1927
as Old Map No. 645, Case No.
760, and being more particularly
bounded and described as follows:
BEGINNING at the corner
formed by the intersection of the
southerly side of VanBuren
Street with the westerly side of
R o o s e v e l t Avenue; running
thence South 16 degrees 50 minutes
20 seconds West along the
westerly side of Roosevelt Avenue
80 feet; thence North 73
degrees 09 minutes 40 seconds
West 100 feet; thence North
16 degrees 50 minutes 20 seconds
East 80 feet to the southerly
side of Van Buren Street;
thence South 73 degrees 09
minutes 40 seconds East along
the southerly side of Van Buren
Street 100 feet to the corner,
the point or place of BEGINNING.
Dated March 22nd, 1967.
WILLIAM J. KEELEY, JR. ESQ,
REFEREE. BUCKLEY & BUCKLEY,
ESQS., Attorneys for
Plaintiff, 23 So. Main St., Free-port,
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