Wachtler Visits Farmingdale
Sal Wachtler, Republican candidate for Nassau County Executive
came to Farmingdale last Tuesday and visited with
merchants on Main Street escorted by Ellsworth ' Doc* Allen.
Allen played host at a luncheon at the Villa Sweden with a
group of Farmingdale business men. Pictured is George Benedict
in the foreground. In the background is Ronnie Pecunies
on the left having a heated discussion with Sebastian A. Al-brecht
on the right. Doc Allen and Sal Wachtler are having
a nice discussion. After lunch some members of the business
community brought Wachtler over to Farmingdale's oldest
house, the historic Thomas Powell home, built in 1700.
Pictured reading the New York State Historic marker is
Angelo D. Roncallo, candidate for Nassau County Comptroller,
Donald Black, Executive Vice President of Bankers
Trust with Sal. In the music room is William Kemmlein
President of Sunrise Federal Savings and Loan with Donald
Black at the Steinway piano purchased in 1860 while Wachtler
looked over the original bill of sale.
Why do twice as many baseball fans get their
auto loans at First National City?
First National City makes more
than twice as many auto loans as
any other bank in t he area. To
twice as many baseball fans. To
twice as many tennis buffs. To
twice as many stamp collectors. To
twice as many everybody. For t he
smartest reasons around.
Reason No. 1: money- saving rates.
We can save you real money over
many other financing plans.
Maybe $ 100, maybe even more. And
what you save can buy you a lot
of gasoline. Worthwhile? You bet.
Reason No. 2: fast action. We
make the fastest loans in town. Bar
Reason No. 3: flexibility. We'll even
approve your loan before you go
car shopping. And what's nicer than
that ' Tve- got- the- money- in- my-pocket"
feeling when you're looking
for a car?
Reason No. 4: real convenience.
Why go miles out of your way?
First National City has a branch
right near where you live or work.
Reason No. 5: professional know-how.
We make more than twice
as many loans as any other bank, and
we've been doing it longer.
Reason No. 6: wide- awake service.
We'll even start your auto- loan
application by phone. All you have
' to do is dial ( 212) 559- 3: i.' i3.
If you're getting a yen for a new or
used car, call us or come see us.
Any branch. We're not hard to do
FIRST NATIONAL CITY
... the only bank your family ever needs
Charged with Bookmaking
Frank Guiding, 63, of 163
Thomas Powell Blvd., Farming-dale,
was charged with bookmaking
by the Vice Squad of the
Nassau County police.
Detective Thomas Doner made
SATURDAY, MAY 13
9: 00 a. m.- 11 a. m. Farmingdale
Connie Mack Baseball League
tryouts for boys 16- 19.
1: 00 p. m. NationalJuniorCollege
Track and Field Tourney at
State College, Farmingdale.
8: 00 p. m. Farmingdale Association
Central Island Community
Health Center will present'The
Yum Yum Girl' at Farming-dale
MONDAY, MAY 15
8: 30 p. m. Farmingdale Republican
Club meeting at St.
Thomas Undercroft. Assemblyman
Martin Ginsberg, guest
WEDNESDAY, MAY 17
4: 00 p. m. Final Spring Story
Hour at Plainedge Public Library
for children ages 5 to 10.
2: 00 to 8: 00 p. m. Annual Flower at
Village Hall, Massapequa Park
sponsored by Massapequa Park
8: 30 p. m. Northside PTA meeting
at school. Dr. Charles
Laffin, guest speaker.
How much social security
will your family get?
Find the answer to this,
and similar questions,
A regular review of your financial
health is as important
as a physical check- up! This
service to you is strictly confidential.
And there is no obligation—
except to those you
love. Why not call me today?
250 Conklin Street
Come in and meet Frank Sixt, Manager
or cal 1 him a t 69^- 7600
MICHAEL F. DE VIT0
PE 5- 6465
Call Day or Night
* 1NSURANCK COMPANt
A s s o c . Over 2 y r s . NftW YOKK, N. V.
with Metro l, iU*.
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