RAILROADS: Southwestern Hospitality

Fort Worth, Tex. prides itself on being a bang-up Western cow town, likes the virile stench of its stockyards, despises cultured Dallas 33 miles to the east. Biggest man of Fort Worth is rich, blustery, football-mad Publisher Amon Giles Carter of the Star-Telegram, who seldom misses a chance to publicize his city at Dallas' expense. Four years ago he stole the show from Dallas' official Texas Centennial Exposition by hiring Broadway's Billy Rose to put on a red-hot Frontier Centennial at Fort Worth. Since then Dallasans have burned like a slow fire, awaiting a chance for revenge. Last week...

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