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I'm echoing Mike on this one. You need a better watchmaker.
I have one watch about to celebrate its 98th birthday, and "a few" from the 30s and 40s, and they all run within +/- 30 seconds per day. There's absolutely no reason why a mid-60s Longines can't run with at least the same accuracy. My layman's guess is (a) the watchmaker was too busy or too lazy to a decent adjustment, or (b) the watch has one or more parts that need to be thrown away and replaced (which the guy should have noticed when he serviced the watch!)

If you're so inclined, I'm sure we'd all love to see some pics of your watch. Although watches used in the fair have been mentioned here before, I don't think we've seen anything specifically produced for connection with the '64 N.Y.S.F.
 
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