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CAE-Picture Gallery 2

 

 

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CBC-Disk

Cammie

DJ Ray Treby

Louie Tex

Printy

Tape

CBC disk
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Cammie McKay
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Ray Treby
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Louie & Tex
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CAE printy
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Original tape
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Ted Wood

Ted Wood's Office

Ted Wood's Office

CAE

CAE

Wayne Barr

Ted Wood
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Ted’s office
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Ted’s office
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Stationbuilding 1962
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Stationbuilding 1968
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Wayne Barr
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Cantine

Lady Hamilton Gault

Ric Awde

Ric Awde

Disco

crest

Base cantine
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Interview
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Ric Awde
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Visitor
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Disco
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Pocket crest
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CBC-DiskIn the 60’s shows were often broadcasted directly from LP’s. Those were produced by the CBC in Canada and sent to affiliate stations. Here an example from 1964 with the show “
Cross Country Jubilee”.

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CammieCammie McKay clowning around. He was a very popular announcer at Radio CAE, who also got-a-move-on the listeners with his show “Dawn Patrol” every morning. Today he lives in Canada.

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DJ Ray TrebyRoyal Guardsman Ray Treby 1961 in studio B. The show “Club 50-50“, which he hosted by the name of “Jack of the Wax”, was named after the military postal address of Werl (CFPO 5050) and was extremely popular especially among the teenage listeners. Today Ray lives in Halifax.

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Louie Tex“Louie The Bear” and “Texas Heinz” in the controlroom. Behind the screen studio A.

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printy
The original printy of Radio CAE on the box of a recording from the last broadcast.

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TapeOriginal recording of the last broadcast from Oct. 18th 1970 out of the CAE-studio, today in posession of the Werl city-archive.

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Ted Wood
Program director Ted Wood 1968 with tapes at the main entry to the stationbuilding.

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Ted Wood's Office
The office of program director Ted Wood.

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Ted Wood's OfficeAnother view into Ted Wood’s office.

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CAEThe CAE-building in autumn 1962, shot by “Texas Heinz” Gunnesson.

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CAEThe CAE-building in summer of 1968, shot by Ted Wood.

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Wayne Barr
Canadian technician Wayne Barr in 1968.

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canteen
View from the base canteen in Fort Victoria over to the transmitter-tower.

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Lady Hamilton GaultLady Hamilton Gault, wife of founder of P.P.C.L.I. (Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry) Regiment, being interviewed by Ric Awde.

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Ric Awde
Private Ric Awde 1968, contemplating the world at the control panel.

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Ric Awde
Ric Awde shows studio B to some visitor. In the background the piano, which Barclay McMillan used to play frequently.

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DiscoThe announcers of CAE were very much apprechiated as DJ’s in and around the city of Werl. Here’s Ric Awde doing disco in some club.

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crest
The original pocket crest, as worn by the CAE-staff on their duty-jackets.

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