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Prince Albert City Council Ted Zurakowski is the current councillor for "Ward 8" which encompasses the West Hill neighbourhood of the City.
Sudecka Philharmonic The Sudeten Philharmonic () is an orchestra based in Wałbrzych, in southwestern Poland. In 2012 it recorded the two Violin Concertos by Maltese composer Karl Fiorini for a CD to be released by Metier Records (a Divine Art Recordings Group label) in early 2014. The recording was conducted by Bartosz Zurakowski.
Aerospace Heritage Foundation of Canada The A.H.F.C. supports the 845 Avro Arrow Squadron of the Royal Canadian Air Cadets by sponsoring two annual awards, "The James C. Floyd Trophy" for Outstanding Engineering Excellence and the "Janusz Zurakowski Trophy" for Gliding Excellence. A bursary is also presented to the recipients for each of these awards .
Aerospace Heritage Foundation of Canada Another area of contributions has been in awards and bursaries. March 1990 saw the establishment of the "James C. Floyd Award for Outstanding Contribution to Canadian Aerospace" with Test Pilot Janusz Zurakowski as the first recipient. The issuing of the award was passed on to the Aerospace Industries Association of Canada in 2010 with it being awarded for the first time through them in October 2010.
Janusz Żurakowski Retiring from the RAF as Squadron Leader in 1947, Żurakowski was employed as Chief Experimental Test Pilot for Gloster Aircraft Company under Chief Test Pilot Bill Waterton. When Waterton was in Canada on assignment, Zurakowski assumed the role of Acting Chief Test Pilot. "Zura" (as he came to be known) tested the many experimental versions of the Gloster Meteor, Javelin, and Gloster E.1/44 fighters. He set an international speed record: London-Copenhagen-London, 4–5 April 1950. The attempt was organised by Gloster to sell the Meteor IV to the Danish Air Force, and it succeeded.
Sas coat of arms The following family name members are predominantly shown in Polish, from the classical genealogical and heraldic reference "Korona Polska/Herbarz Polski" (Crown of Poland/Polish Armorial) 1728–1846 by heraldist and author Kasper Niesiecki: "Baczyński, Bandrowski, Baraniecki, Bereznicki, Biliński, Błazowski, Bojarski, Bratkowski, Bryliński, Brześciański, Buchowski, Chodakowski, Czołhański, Daniłowicz, Długopolski, Dobrzański, Dubrawski, Dziedoszycki, Dziedziel, Hoszowski, Hrebnicki, Huhernicki, Jamiński, Jasiński, Jaworski, Kłodnicki, Komarnicki, Kropiwnicki, Kruszelnicki, Lityński, Łucki, Mańczak, Manesterski, Mikulski, Mściszewski, Nowosielski, Odrzechowski, Orłowski, Podwysocki, Raszkowski, Rosźniatowski, Rudnicki, Siemiasz, Skotnicki, Strutyński, Sulatycki, Świstelnicki, Tarnawski, Tatomir, Terlecki, Tersmer, Tyssarowski, Uniatycki, Winnicki, Wisłocki, Witwicki, Wołkowicki, Wołosiecki, Woryski, Zapłatyński, Zawisza, Zeliborski, Zesteliński, Zurakowski, Żukotyński."
Gloster Aircraft Company During Gloster's heyday, in 1947, S/L Janusz Zurakowski was employed as an experimental pilot. In the following years, he became one of the world's most famous experimental and aerobatics pilots. He developed a new aerobatic manoeuvre, the "Zurabatic Cartwheel", which held the audience captivated as he suspended the Gloster Meteor G-7-1 prototype he was flying, in a vertical cartwheel at the 1951 Farnborough Air Show, a manoeuvre the announcer declared to be "Impossible!" Serving for a brief period as the chief test pilot, he tested the many experimental versions of the Gloster Meteor, Javelin and E.1/44 fighters. During the Gloster years, "Zura" as he came to be known, set an international speed record: London-Copenhagen-London, 4–5 April 1950 at Gloster's instruction to sell the aircraft to the Danish Air Force.