Business was taking off and it wasn’t long before his son, John Jr. was drawn behind the counter. Johnny’s son, now in his early teens loved the excitement of the store but like most family businesses found it hard to work with his father. After several year of bickering, young John offered to pay his father’s salary for a year to stay away. Still the opportunist, Johnny the Polock accepted the challenge, confident he would be able to pick up the pieces if things didn’t work out. The year flew and the checks came like clockwork. Johnny Sr. was enjoying the steady income and freedom but was anxious to return to work. When the year was up, his son was standing at the front door beaming with pride. John Jr. hand cleaned the place up, installed a new tile floor and countertop. Plus he bought some newer pinball machines. Johnny Sr. sold the business to his son on a gentleman’s handshake. As we entered the early sixties, J.F.K (John Fitzgerald Kennedy) becomes U.S.A’s President.. J.F.K (John Francis Kafka) becomes P.J.’s president. John had already begun a family. He had three children then and was excited to take over the business.