In the mid-1960s, when John Roach was fresh out of business school, his allowance was a dollar a day to park in downtown Fort Worth, a dollar a day for lunch. That's one reason Roach was a regular at Bailey's Barbeque on Taylor Street.

Like most other customers, he pretty much subsisted on the sliced beef sandwich. There was always change left over from his buck.

Keep reading this article by the Fort Worth Star-Telegram.

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