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I have a lot of info on the casino / I have the onion copies of the original agreement with the city and the Ohio amusement company , including the details , I also have another document where the city basically reposses the property for non payment - and a complete accounting and the a new lease drawn up.
the Fort Worth association of credit men - T E Blanchard - jersey -cream co. , S P Berry - state bank , Geo. Q. McGowan - adjustment bureau , Marcus M. Bright - Fort Worth state bank , W.M James - T R James & Co. , B. h. Lawrence - H W Williams & Co , W. M. Monnig - Monnig Dry Goods co. , Wellborn Patterson - The Bradstreet co. f. A. Martin -Hunt - Hawes Grocery co.
So your wanting to know about Jax highway or thunder road . John , if you will call me at 817-335-2011 and we can talk , I have a museum with lots of materials and photos about what your looking for. If I don't answer just leave your name and number, thanks , Larry Oneal
I also have the lease between the city and French L. Wilgus dated dec 7, 1926 - for casino beach - also a complete accounting of the money paid to the city from 1927 through 1934 , another document signed mayor Bryce , Keller - city sec - Fairtrace - city manager/ Geo. T Smith / Lake Worth Amusement Company of Texas this dated 26 of man 1933
Thank you , I have lots of yearbooks that talk about the camp , and I have photos of Northside , central and poly as being involved. And one reference from M H Moore thanking the National Guard for the loan of part of the camp . Whole I've got you on the line , I would like to invite you in to see my museum ,thanks , Larry
the rotc program was started in Fort Worth in 1916 - the two schools that were involved at the start was central and North Side . I have a lot of photos - but what I am trying to find out , was they had a summer or spring camp on Lake Worth . From what I have read it was by the old nine mile bridge , some called it camp Moore , after the school superintendent M H Moore . He was active in this program , so if anyone knows any info on the early days , please let me know . Thanks , Larry