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Horn Blowing Unique Business
Publication:
Chronicle-Journal, 1987


Description
Media Type:
Newspaper
Description:
Frank Fiorito ; joined Navy League Cadets ; bandmaster Don Oram loaned Frank a bugle ; belonged to school band at Westgate High School ; joined Navy at age 17 ; became an apprentice bandsman ; failed one exam and out of the band ; began musical salutes ; red carpet rolled out and royal welcome begins ; has provided fanfares with Helium Highs ; left Navy in 1969 with a cooking career ; worked at Queen Elizabeth Hotel, Montreal, chef on CP Rail, cooking crew on District Early Warning Line ; returned to Northwestern Ontario in 1971 ; organized Royal Welcome Service, fanfare for all occasions ; photo
Notes:
Full text available in Newspaper Clipping File
File subject: LF - Thunder Bay - Biography - Fiorito, Frank
Date of Publication:
1987
Subject(s):
Language of Item:
English
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
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Horn Blowing Unique Business


Frank Fiorito ; joined Navy League Cadets ; bandmaster Don Oram loaned Frank a bugle ; belonged to school band at Westgate High School ; joined Navy at age 17 ; became an apprentice bandsman ; failed one exam and out of the band ; began musical salutes ; red carpet rolled out and royal welcome begins ; has provided fanfares with Helium Highs ; left Navy in 1969 with a cooking career ; worked at Queen Elizabeth Hotel, Montreal, chef on CP Rail, cooking crew on District Early Warning Line ; returned to Northwestern Ontario in 1971 ; organized Royal Welcome Service, fanfare for all occasions ; photo