Excerpts from March 1945: (skipped days are not marked)
4th - Sunday - Quite Cold. Usual Church Services for R.C. Personnel. Protestant Padre unable to get here - couldn't start his car and Camp Cars also Frozen up.
6th - Tuesday - Warmer. PW Officer had acute appendicitis at night. Bingo played in Recreation Hut at 1900 hours.
7th - Wednesday - Weather mild. As Municipal Hospital at Wainwright refused admittance to PW Officer operation was performed by M.O. in our M.I.R. The nurses from the Hospital volunteered to help and also loaned the necessary instruments. The operation was a success.
14th - Wednesday - Snowed but later cleared up. Pay Parade at 1300 hrs for HQ Staff. ...
16th - Friday - Cloudy. A total of $236.00 collected for the Red Cross from Camp Personnel. "The Reckless Age" and "The Rainbow", the latter a Russian Film, were shown at 1930 hours in K. of C. Hut at South Side of Camp.
19th - Monday - Frosty and sunny. Mr Maag, representing Int. Red Cross was in Camp.
The rest of Monday's entry deserves its own post....
M.O. - Medical Officer
M.I.R. - Medical Inspection Room ?