Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Details of Disappearance
He and a friend, Christopher W. Cushway, had spent the previous night drinking on the West Side of the city and decided to stop by a party store across the river to buy more liquor. On the way, they suffered a flat tire after hitting a curb. Cushway pulled over and parked his car in a lot near Madison Avenue. He and Clark continued to the party store, bought some liquor and were walking toward Vets Bridge, intending to cross it on foot and head back to Cushway’s house, when Clark wandered down an alley. Cushway said he figured Clark had to urinate, so he kept walking to his house. When he woke the next morning, Clark had not arrived. Clark had quit his job at the Texan Restaurant, 101 N. Euclid Ave., and moved out of the Arlington Hotel about a week before he disappeared. He had been staying with Cushway since. His roommate reported this two days later. Clark left all of his belongings at his residence and has never touched his savings accounts since his disappearance. A musician, Clark left behind his guitar and an uncashed paycheck.
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