CLARK, HAROLD JOHN
KILLED IN ACTION IN KOREA
PRIVATE Harold John Clark,Lawrence Vale Rd., Launceston, has been killed in action in Korea. His parents were advised by urgent personal telegram from the Minister for the Army.
Private Clark was serving with the 3rd Battalion Royal Australian Regiment J.N.O. Forces. He joined the 9th Battalion in 1940 and served n Darwin and 'Timor later enlisting in the occupation forces for duty in Japan.
His family last saw Private Clark when he was home on leave three years ago. Educated at Glen Dhu State School, he was employed by Henry Bills and Co., Launceston, before joining the army, and was a member of St. Joseph's Band. Mr. and Mrs. Clark have three other children.
The Examiner (Launceston) 11th Nov 1950
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