The New York Fair: Aug. 14, 1964

See the fair, by all means, but keep in mind that Flushing Meadow is filled with hundreds of pavilions, rides, restaurants and hawkers, all competing for the fair-goer's attention, time and cash. The way to get the most for all three is to start with a plan. A few pointers: not all the best shows are at the end of the longest lines, and it can be safely assumed that the line will be half as long inside as out; admission to most pavilions is free, but where it is not, the charge is usually $1 or less; the restaurants are...

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