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1943 Courtesy of Joy Sexton

1943 - PO1 Bill Beasley, USN (far right) and other sailors having a great time at Frolic Club in Miami

13th Street at MacArthur Causeway, Miami, Florida

Thank you to Joy Sexton for contributing this image of her dad Bill Beasley and other Navy sailors having a good time at the Frolic Club in Miami. Joy's dad was 24 years old and his sister was killed by a street car in Detroit just six months earlier. He was assigned to the Navy's SCTC (Sub Chaser Training Command) in Miami and after graduation he was transferred to the destroyer escort USS CONKLIN.

(Joy: your e-mail service rejected my reply thanking you for contributing the photo)

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Tammy 28-May-2020 18:13
I just came across this as I was searching Frolic just found a picture of my grandparents
Don Boyd16-Sep-2014 19:17
Reyna, unfortunately I can not provide you with more information. But perhaps viewers to this page can provide some personal knowledge of the club by posting what they know here. There is so much history missing from the internet it's appalling and if I were you I would resort to looking in old books about Miami, particularly World War II Miami, where the real history resides.

Reyna 16-Sep-2014 02:59
could you provide with more information on this club? I've searched it on google with no luck.
Guest 27-Mar-2011 17:03
Would this be any relation to a Bill Beasley that graduated from Miami Edison in 1967? Please also respond on the "Miami Edison Red Raiders" site on Facebook! Thank you, Sue Cripps Bragman