Jim Kennedy, future CS faculty, writes CRT-671 manual

While employed at Atomic Energy Labs in Chalk River, future CS prof and head of the UBC Computing Centre Jim Kennedy writes the technical manual for the Chalk River Datatron. Below are excerpts from the technical manual, which detail programming the machine.

Monday, October 15, 1956
Jim Kennedy describes his experience with the CRT-671 in his note to Donald Acton.
Storage specifications.
Word structure.
Register setup.
Overflow handling and I/O mechanisms.
Operation info and speed specifications. The CRT-671 alternated only between the Fetch and Execute stages.
A list of commands.
A program to copy the contents from one part of memory to another.