"Happy Hours" at the Newsroom Jazz Club

by Ted Carelock



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 1/31/2023

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 148
ISBN : 9781663250018
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 148
ISBN : 9781663250025

About the Book

This book is a fun filled (sometimes serious) collection of jokes, poems, memos. These pages are from a humorous collection of adult underground jokes and office memos. There are a few of my favorite humorous poems in here. I hope you find these jokes and memos as humorous, enjoyable and will laugh as much as I did. If you like this book, so will your friends. Send a copy of this book as a gift to your favorite person.

About the Author

Theodore (Tedd) Carelock was born in a small town called Marshville in North Carolina, population about 3,100. The town was so small it had only one red light. It is a small town with a big heart. It is also the home town of Randy Travis, Stephanie Mills, Fantasia Barrino, K-Ci & Jo Jo. He loves his hometown and would not trade it for anywhere else.

He attended Forest Hills High School. In High School he wrote for the local newspaper called "THE MARSHVILLE HOMES" It has been said that people in small towns don't buy the newspaper to find out what people are doing in town; they know what's going on. They buy the paper to see who was caught. After graduation, He relocated to New York City. where he earned his Bachelor's Degree in education and journalism at the City College of New York.

One of his first jobs after graduating from "City College," The City University of New York, was teaching at Evander Childs High School, (evening classes), The New York Urban League, and the New York City Board of Education. He was later recruited by Follet Publishing Company in Chicago. He changed careers and went into law enforcement with the City of New York where he learned the tricks and trade of licensing and owning a business. He bought first bar/restaurant near Yankee Stadium and called it "The News Room Sports Bar and Jazz Club" ... After 30 years and three clubs later, He finally happily retired.

Some of the profits from this book will go to rebuilding my hometown church, Robinson Chapel A.M.E Zion, in Marshville, N.C.