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Date: August 21st 1943
Mother and Dad
Harry Clark

A.99625, Gnr. HEO. Clark
R.H.Q., 21 Fld Regt. RCA. CA.
c/o M.P.O. 603,
Debert Military Camp,
Debert, N.S.
21 Aug 43

Dear Mother & Dad:

I was very pleased to receive your letter of the 15th August, re-directed from Petawawa, and to hear that everything is going O.K.

We are pretty busy in Regimental Headquarters here, as there is quite a bit of work to look after. The weather here during the last week has been fairly good, which makes it good for the Air Force stations here as they can get in quite a bit of flying.

By the way, I have seen Frank Stone and Bill Ticknor since I have been here. I haven't had time to say more than a few words to each of them.

Last Sunday night, I went to Pembroke, I mean Truro which is about twelve miles away from here. There, I went to church with two other fellows from the Regiment. Naturally, Truro is crowded with Service men but the civilian population seems to be friendly.

Mother, you don't have to worry about me and my love problems as you call them, because I don't worry about them at all.

If there are any questions I should have answered in your letter and haven't, please let me know.

Things are going swell. All The Best and keep your chin up. God bless you, Mother & Dad.

You Loving Son,