The Escanaba Daily Press Escanaba MI 26 NOV 63 p. 19

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The Escanaba Daily Press Escanaba MI 26 NOV 63 p. 19 - Kennedy Rites Bugler From Grand Rapids APi...
Kennedy Rites Bugler From Grand Rapids APi WASHINGTON Grand Rapids bugler, an army veteran of 17 years, sounded laps Monday at the funeral of President John F Kennedy. Sgt Keith Clark also sounded taps two weeks ago when the assassinated president placed a wreath at the tomb of the unknown unknown soldier, also at Arlington Cemetery. Clark. 36. learned his musical fundamentals from his late father, father, Harry H Clark, a World War I band leader He has been the Army band's official bugler for some time and participated in several ceremonial events with the late president, said his wife, Marjorie. Clark and his older brother. Bruce, both were bandsmen at Hast Gi and Rapids High School. Both boys attended brief sessions sessions at the National Music Camp at Interlochen, Mich A mix-up involving another Keith Clark from Michigan delayed delayed the bugler's appplication to join the army band. Near the end of his first year he played with the Air Force Band for a time and then was invited to audition audition for the Army band Clark, stationed at Ft. Myer, Va , is the father of four daughters daughters — Nancy, 14, Sandra, 11, Karen, 9. and Beth. 4 at after when front had bandaged a big hiding a 'Czolgosz* him "I right pulled "Of continued. man- it was shot was "The very President walked other pretty Sheridan late Fine buck, about

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  1. The Escanaba Daily Press,
  2. 26 Nov 1963, Tue,
  3. Page 19

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  • The Escanaba Daily Press Escanaba MI 26 NOV 63 p. 19

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