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Info from the
1955 History Book
The first officers of the local Air Cadets
were A. E. Gough and Mr. Percy Taylor.
The Air Cadets first began in the Bienfait Legion Hall.
Awards won by local cadets in the present or past year:
-Murray Weppler won the flying Scholarship
which enabled him to take a six-week course at the Estevan Airport
-Albin Kaminski had the honour of taking a
six-week summer training course at the R.C.A.F. station
at Camp Borden, Ontario.
Following are the present officers of the #30
-F/Lt. Taylor: Commanding Officer
-F/O. Walker: Assistant Commanding Officer and drill instructor.
-Prof. Knight: instructor in meteorology
-Ken Nicholson: navigation and flying scholarship instructor
-J. Appleby: firearms instructor
These local boys are now members of the Air Cadets;
||John Tuchscherer (Longinus &
||Herby Widdifield (my cousin