shorts, boots, stocking tops
& blue puttees. After the parade we
were told of a magazine booby trap recently found left by Jews. I then went to the lock up elected two
prisoners & took them to do some more gardening.
In the afternoon I went down to the town & visited the dentist
& had one tooth filled.
This evening I went to bed early to get some sleep in before my Road
Patrol at mid-night
Tuesday, 15th April, 1947
Barclay and I set out in the howling wind on Road Patrol at , soon after it began to rain so we joined the
Prowler Guard in the dry.
Wednesday, 16th April, 1947
A very cold morning was chosen for me to be I.C. Convoy.
I sat in the front of the truck with the driver so the heat of the
engine kept me alive.