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Week of April 18, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to dancing and exercise in a school gym; Ski Inn barbecue; skiers in costume on the mountain; ; musicians playing; Squamish Youth Chorale's production of The Day He Wore My Crown
Appears in April 28, 1983 issue:
02-313-40. Pg. 12. Caption: Just try it! This magnificent Bentley was manoeuvered into a convenient parking stall in Village Square Sunday, April 17 and since it was a no parking zone, Payless Towing was called to the rescue. The tow truck driver decided it was best not to touch the classy chassis... but the brazen owner did get a ticket.
Appears in April 21, 1983 issue:
02-313-29. Pg. 2. Caption: Soloists Tami Casey (the woman at the well) and Bruce Smith (Peter) mourn the death of Christ during the Squamish Youth Chorale's successful production of The Day He Wore My Crown staged at Myrtle Philip School Saturday, April 16.
02-313-56. Pg. 10. Caption: Donna Hauschka (left) registers voters for the May 5 election. Debby O'Hanley of Whistler and David and Jimmy Wong of Richmond sign up for their right to vote.
02-313-2. Pg. 12. Caption: You put your right foot in ... Debbie Gurlach (far right) leads her jazz dance class through a routine Tuesday and Thursdayl evenings at 6:30 at Myrtle Philip School. (L-R) Jan Alsop, Jennifer Marien and Kenny Melamed follow the leader.
02-313-15. Pg. 13. Caption: Head flipper Tom McKoy serves' up hot at the top on Whistler Mountain every fine day at the Ski Inn at the junction of the Orange and Black chairs.
02-313-21. Pg. 16. Caption: The Silver Streak cut quite a swath through the crowds on Whistler Mountain Saturday, April 16 and Sunday, April 17. He made himself popular with the after-ski hoards outside the Longhorn by offering cash in exchange for drinking feats. The Longhorn staff say he bought 500 "Kamikazes" (vodka and lime juice shooters) to distribute over the afternoon and evening.
02-313-50. Pg. 18. Caption: [left] Sjaan DiLalla, Manager, Crystal Lodge, Alpine Meadows.
02-313-45. Pg. 18. Caption: [middle] Rich Miller, Owner, Granny's Food Emporium, Alpine Meadows.
02-313-57. Pg. 19. Caption: Inge Nielson, Owner, Inge's Gifts and Crafts, Whistler Cay.

Week of December 20, 1978

Photographs including but not limited to Myrtle Philip Elementary School Choir; Myrtle Philip School "A Christmas Story" Christmas Play; Gondola Barn; Whistler Mountain; Skiing; Creekside Gondola
02-027-19. Pg. 1. Caption: The season's first skiers lining up to buy tickets on Friday, December 15, 1978.
02-027-07. Pg. 6. Caption: Caroline Richard sings 'Silent Night' at the Brownie Christmas Concert while Jodi Rustad accompanies her.
02-027-17. Pg 6. Caption: One of the first gondolas full of skiers to go up the mountain this year.
02-027-04. Pg. 10. Caption: "A Christmas Story' - sheep in the foreground with a shepherd and the Wise Men behind.
02-027-05. Pg. 11. Caption: The Myrtle Philip School Choir in full voice.
02-027-11. Pg. 14. Caption: Santa is surrounded by children at the school concert.
02-027-10. Pg. 16. Caption: Betty Shore shares a joke with Santa after the concert.

Week of March 15, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to 1984 World Cup ski racing; portraits; art; skiers; medal presentations for Men's Downhill; drinking; Willie Whistler; buffet; group photos; cleaning up after ski event; band playing outdoor concert; heli-skiing; helicopter interior; aerial views of the mountains; Billy Johnson; small airplanes; Pemberton Airport; buses; signing autographs; chefs preparing dinner buffet; men in costumes dancing; ski gear; gambling; Molly Boyd and the Children's Choir; Todd Brooker; Rob Boyd; dancing and acting; Serge Lang; DJ; outdoor inflatables and balloons; Hans Rammellmueller; Fischer ski tech for Podborski; Blackcomb Mountain; Expo 86 banner and parade; Whistler Conference Centre construction; marching band; party with hats; reading; Winterfest
Appears in March 15, 1984 issue:
02-361-45. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Several thousand people travelled from the gondola base to Whistler Village Sunday to see downhill winners Bill Johnson (U.S.), Helmut Hoeflehner (Austria) and Pirmin Zurbriggen (Switzerland) receive their soapstone sculptured trophies.
02-361-490. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Here she is, Winterfest Queen Barbara Chomos. She was selected from a field of eight competitors last Wednesday and is here crowned by Elandra Demidoff of Studio 83.
02-361-396. Pg. 6. Caption: [top] Standing room only was no exaggeration both Friday and Saturday night in the festival tent as Doug & The Slugs put on their best side for Winterfest. Both nights sold out, and estimates are that 2,000 danced their way through the tent Saturday.
02-361-409. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom] Another first in Canada! And it happened right here in Whistler! Yes. Mayor Mark Angus was seen issuing his own gag order Saturday night behind the scenes of the Grand Ball. Despite the efforts of Umberto Menghi, Angus insisted that restraint was necessary.
02-361-529. Pg. 8. Caption: A playful Expo Ernie floats high and might above all the excitement in the Village Square beer garden Thursday. After a magnificent Voodoo jet fly-past, Expo Ernie and hundreds of others paraded down to Mountain Square for the official opening ceremonies.
02-361-552. Pg. 9. Caption: One of the silent workers of the World Cup circuit, Fischer ski rep Peter Heenen prepares downhill racing skis Saturday for the following day's race.
02-361-25. Pg. 10. Caption: [top middle] Wendy Balmer, Liquor Store employee, Alta Vista.
02-361-353. Pg. 11. Caption: Hans Loschl serves but a few plates of antipasto for the 116 guests at Saturday's Grand Ball in Myrtle Philip School. Diners paid $125 each for the five-course dinner, with proceeds going to help defray Winterfest Society expenses.
02-361-439. Pg. 21. Caption: Todd Brooker, along with the rest of the Canadian downhill team, visited Myrtle Philip School last Wednesday, and in between signing autographs Brooker gave a short speech.

Week of November 1, 1978

Photographs including but not limited to Community Club social dinner; drinking; musicians; acting; car accidents; houses; Vancouver Ski Show
02-033-16. pg. 1. Caption: Suzanne Wilson and Nello & Jenny Busdon enjoy dinner while the chow line in the background looks on. The scene was the Community Club's social at the school on Saturday.
02-033-23. Pg. 4. Caption: One more vehicle unloads its contents onto the large pile of building material debris collecting under the power line at Function Junction.
02-033-30. Pg. 8. Caption: The western pine log home nearing completion in Alpine Meadows - construction by Canadiana Homes Corp.
02-033-27. Appears in Nov. 15, 1978 issue. Caption reads: Package #7 - The new Post Office site is identified at the Town Centre with the school in the background.
02-033-09. Appears in Nov. 8, 1978 issue. Caption reads: Gordon "Bush" Turner calculates while Candy Rustad parades at the Community Club skit on October 28.

Week of February 2, 1980

Photographs including but not limited to Pemberton Party; costumes; acting; skiing; truck; fire; sports team photos
02-059-48. Pg. 1. Caption: This is not Glacier Bay -- it is merely the town centre plaza under 20cm of water.
02-059-34. Pg. 3. Caption: Rotarian Rudy Hoffman with Rotary Exchange Student Regina de Castro.
02-059-50. p.4. Caption: Pemberton Secondary Senior Girls Basketball Team. Back: Mrs. Sue Thiessen, Inez Dan, Bernice Gilmore, Patty Perkins, Robin Ward, Front: Tracey Arnet, Tracy Lefebvre, Kathy Zurcher, Pam Spencer, Sirley LeBlanc.
02-059-51. Caption: Pemberton Secondary Cheerleaders. L to R. Lori McNaught, Allison Alder, Andrea Ross, Angela Frederick.
02-059-52. Caption: Pemberton Senior Boys Basketball Team. L. to R. Coach Ron Renvelle, Lorne Gopp, Duane Hustins, Dan Bain, Dale Chumley, Howard Chumley, Bruce Miller, John Beks, Robert Ritchie.
02-059-44. Pg. 5. Caption: Package No. 4. is in the bag! Like a number of the other town centre buildings, this one is shrouded in plastic.
02-059-1. Pg. 6. Caption: George Henry slices the roast of beef while the teachers from Ts'zil and Pemberton wait their turn.
02-059-5. Pg. 6. Caption: Pemberton teachers enjoy their dinner at the Teacher's Association evening.
02-059-13, 15-18, 20, 23, 27, 31. Pg. 7. Caption: At the Pemberton Teachers Frolic: Clockwise from top left - Queen Devina shows her style; clockwise from top left: D. Watsonski of the Polish softball team; Corral Corra; Barkeepers Adamson and McNaught; Canoeist Brenda makes a point with Jim Spencer; The Ts'zil staff skit: Pemberton Pub Crawling Team; 1924 style swimmer Grace; Cowherder Hilda.
02-059-39. Pg. 10. Caption: It may be cheaper by bus-but if you want to save $11 just bike up the Olympic!
02-059-36. Pg. 11. Caption: The snow and the crowds keep coming! The scene at the Olive Chair on Saturday, February 2 at 9:30 a.m.
02-059-42. Pg. 12. Caption: The new powder blue RCMP vehicle.
02-059-45. Pg. [16] or back cover. Caption: Cross Country enthusiast Nello Busdon carefully waxes his skis before heading out on the Lost Lake Trail.

Week of December 8, 1981 [2]

Photographs including but not limited to guitarist; meal at restaurant; group photo of children; Blackcomb Village; cars; flowers; singing in a play; ski gear; construction; snowcats; gathering around fireplace; skiing; chairlift; choir; Willie Whistler; Christmas season party
Appears in December 10, 1981 issue:
02-236-88. Pg. 1. Caption: The Undaunted Arrive. They came by the trainload on Sunday, December 6 -- unsung heroes of the white slopes, determined to schuss the fresh powder come rain or snow or floods. This trainload of nearly 100 skiers was the first to hit Whistler after BCR clear its tracks following weekend flooding.
02-236-110. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] For the first time since the mountain opened, Blackcomb snowcats groom the Skidder -- right to the bottom in the Town Centre. Happy skiing!
02-236-147. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Fireman Gary Raymond sprays water on burning power pole.
02-236-72. Pg. 4. Caption: If you don't now, you probably should. It's Nick DiLalla and Carol Simmie, new parking attendants for the Town Centre. You park's wrong -- they tag's quick.
02-236-120. Pg. 6. Caption: Wayne Dickenson, formerly of the planning department with the City of Vancouver, joins municipal staff as planning director as of December 1.
02-236-22. Pg. 8. Caption: [top left] Harvey Webber, North Vancouver.
02-236-25. Pg. 8. Caption: [top middle] June Shepherd, Brio.
02-236-26. Pg. 8. Caption: [top right] Bob Ellis, Alpine Meadows.
02-236-28. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom left] Jack Davey, Snowland Place.
02-236-18. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom middle] Sherry King, Vancouver.
02-236-19. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom right] Elaine Edwards, North Vancouver.
02-236-40. Pg. 12. Caption: Roll the cameras! Whistler school children perform for the CBC in the Village Square.
02-236-78. Pg. 13. Caption: The finale of the Squamish Youth Chorale's 'Specially for Shepherds'.
02-236-204. Pg. 14. Caption: On the set in Tantalus Lodge for the final filming of CBC's Whistler Wonderland.
02-236-150. Pg. 15. Caption: Nancy Raine with B.S.C. Coach Byron Gracie.
02-236-164. Pg. 17. Caption: Andre Pascal (Far left), Steven Gawreletz (Centre) and Mitch Vlad (far right), all representatives of the Canadian Government Office of Tourism in Los Angeles join Earl Hansen and Al Raine in a flurry of Whistler's specialty. The CGOT reps visited Whistler December 4 to improve marketing techniques between the resort and the California market.
02-236-143. Pg. 18. Caption: Tree down -- no damage. One of the large trees that fell down during Saturday's storm. This one hit Drew Meredith's house.
02-236-66. Pg. 20. Caption: A rose for your thoughts. Lynn Derbyshire, proprietor for Valley Vines & Petals shares a bouquet and a smile on the opening day of Whistler's first florist shop December 5.
02-236-138. Pg. 22. Caption: [top] Celebrating the opening of the skiing to the bottom of the mountain, Whistler's Peter Alder and Blackcomb's Hugh Smythe take the chair out of the village.
02-236-60. Pg. 22. Caption: [bottom] Laurie Vance and Sheila Peters toast each other at the opening of Brandywine Management and Villa Sol.

Week of November 8, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to portraits; Ski Swap; ski gear; children on Halloween; RCMP portraits; Halloween party; drinking; costumes; Canadian Ski Team Fundraiser; mopping; actors; costumes
Appears in November 8, 1984 issue:
02-391-5. Pg. 1. Caption: The Whistler Mountain Ski Club held its annual ski swap Saturday and Sunday as hundreds of local and Vancouver residents flocked to Myrtle Philip School gym to take advantage of the many bargains available.
02-391-125. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Grocery Store staff spent most of Saturday mopping up water that covered the floor. The damage was caused by a burst pipe in the Hearthstone Lodge. Both the Grocery Store and the liquor store were closed for more than half the day. Water damage was also sustained by some suites in the Hearthstone.
02-391-48. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Myrtle Philip School students dressed for Halloween. They showed up as goblins and spooks, clowns, not to mention shaving cream and toothpaste!
02-391-145. Pg. 5. Caption: Jack Bright and Toulouse dressed in their finest for last Wednesday's National Men's Downhill Team Benefit at Dusty's. The event raised about $7,500 for the team.
02-391-81. Pg. 7. Caption: Mark Angus
02-391-114. Pg. 9. Caption: Bernie Hauschka
02-391-85. Pg. 9. Caption: Nancy Wilhelm-Morden
02-391-146. Pg. 10. Caption: [left] The real Whistler came out of the closet, so to speak, Halloween night to help support the National Ski Team Benefit. Mr. & Mrs. Halfenhalf (left) walked away from Dusty's with the top prize for best costume
02-391-141. Pg. 10. Caption: [middle] While Mark Angus (above) disguised as mayor, negotiated for some heavy Arab backing from Ali Raina.
02-391-137. Pg. 10. Caption: [top right] The Borgal-Treiber Team (above) right didn't find any of it a drag,
02-391-139. Pg. 10. Caption: [bottom right] and Da Voice of Da Woikin' Class (right) could be found everywhere, especially under Francois Lepine's hat.
02-391-130. Pg. 12. Caption: Foot in the Door, with new drummer Ian Boyd, rocked the crowd up Halloween night at the National Ski Team Benefit.
02-391-111. Pg. 12. Caption: Bernie Hauschka advertisement for Alderman.
02-391-75. Pg. 13. Caption: Constable George Pemberton, formerly of Squamish, is now at Whistler. Pemberton joined the six man Whistler R.C.M.P. detachment Nov. 1, replacing Constable Russ Grabb, who moved on to Richmond, Pemberton, 26, is on an unlimited posting here, and recently spent six months on the Squamish highway patrol and 18 months with the Squamish municipal R.C.M.P.
02-391-4. Pg. 16. Caption: Ingrid Philips, the newest addition to the staff at The Whistler Question, brings nearly six years of experience in graphic design and newspaper work to her position. Ingrid is a former employee of The Nanaimo Daily Free Press, Langley Times, and Design One Graphic Production. Her graphic experience, together with that of Shannon Halkett, provides a full range of graphic production services at Whistler. Ingrid and her three-year old son Douglas will reside at Whistler.
02-391-62. Pg. 22. Caption: [left] Ian Anderson, Supervisor, Brio.
02-391-68. Pg. 22. Caption: [middle] Lisa Mianscum, Whistler Mountain Employee, Whiski Jack.
02-391-71. Pg. 22. Caption: [right] Daniel Desmarais, Artist, Alpine Meadows.
02-391-143. Pg. 22. Caption: [bottom] Let's hope they know how to ski in these costumes too. (left to right) Felix Belczyk, Rob Boyd and Mike Carney, all members of the national downhill team, were at Dusty's Wednesday for the annual benefit.
02-391-16. Pg. 23. Caption: At precisely 11 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 11 a moment of silence followed by a brief ceremony will take place in front of the Public Safety Building. Among the group gathered there to remember the 114,000 Canadian men and women who died in battle this century, will be Rollie Horsey, a retired Major in the Canadian infantry who fought in World War II. Mr. Horsey, a resident of Whistler for 17 years with his wife Anne, started with Canadian Scottish in Victoria in 1939 shortly after war was declared and headed overseas to Great Britain on a three-ship convoy in 1941. For his commitment toward fighting against the Axis powers he received the DSO is an all-Canadian investiture at Buckingham Palace with Lt. Co. Lord Tweedsmuir. He returned to Europe in 1967 with his wife and visited a Canadian cemetery and was struck by the futility and sadness of all the young men who gave their life for their country during World War II. Mr. Horsey will be on hand Sunday to remember not only all those who died but also his own involvement fighting in Europe to defeat Adolf Hitler and the Axis powers.

Week of December 21, 1981

Photographs including but not limited to drinking and dancing at restaurant; skiing; Myrtle Philip School Play; ski races; Blackcomb Mountain; musician; construction; Christmas; Santa and children
Appears in December 23, 1981 issue:
02-231-181. Pg. 2. Caption: A Merry, Merry Christmas to All.
02-231-217. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Gerry Frechette gets a hand from Sylvan Ferguson in erecting the parking meter stand.
02-231-172. Pg. 6. Caption: It's live entertainment compliments of live Keith Bennett every afternoon from apres ski at Club 10.
02-231-179. Pg. 8. Caption: [top left] Paul Vance, 2 year-old, Alpine Meadows.
02-231-186. Pg. 8. Caption: [top middle] Laura Wylie, 6 year-old, Alpine Meadows.
02-231-187. Pg. 8. Caption: [top right] Tory Hansen, 11 year-old, White Gold Estates.
02-231-190. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom left] Brad Rusted, 15 year old, Alpine Meadows.
02-231-178 Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom right] Charlie Raine, 11 year-old, Brio.
02-231-39. Pg. 9. Caption: The meaning of Christmas.
02-231-169. Pg. 10. Caption: Owner Dick Gibbons (left) and designer Gilbert Konqui lend a hand getting The Longhorn ready for action. Located in Carleton Lodge in the Village, the 250-seat restaurant is ready to serve you a drink and a quick, hot meal.
02-231-66. Pg. 12. Caption: [top] [Skier]
02-231-87. Pg. 12. Caption: [bottom] [Skier]
02-231-58. Pg. 13. Caption: [right] It was in the December 17th school play, no clownin' around for these crazy guys as they explained that it makes' furious if you don't take clowns serious.
02-231-38. Pg. 14. Caption: Make-up time for moms and dads and kids before curtain call for the Myrtle Philip School play.
02-231-209. Pg. 15. Caption: Going back in a time machine took us to this scene in Bethlehem in the school play, 2001 Christmas.
02-231-44. Pg. 16. Caption: The whole gang (almost) before curtain call.
02-231-176. Pg. 20. Caption: Secrets between Samantha O'Keefe and Santa.
02-231-160. Pg. 22. Caption: Dr. Hoff gives a caring hand to Simba the Lion-hearted.
02-231-167. Pg. 23. Caption: Hat's off to Peter's Underground. Peter Skoros and crew give a tip of the old hat at the lively opening of Peter's Underground Sunday, December 20. Cordon Rouge, prime rib and a roomful of laughter highlighted the evening. Located under Tapley's, Peter's Underground promises good food at very reasonable prices 21.5 hours a day (open 6 a.m. - 3:30 a.m.) seven days a week.

Week of December 13, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to picnic on a snowmobile; Whistler Village; glamour shots; dog; opening presents; town planning; portraits; dancing; nativity play; advent dinner; bar; West Coast Sports and Ski Swap; cars; Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year awards; Whistler Snowmobile Services; Squamish Youth Chorale performing Dawn of a Promise ; West Coast Sports Mountain Shadow Saturday fashion show; VOX Humana Ensemble of Vancouver
Appears in December 13, 1984 issue:
02-386-118. Pg. 1. Caption: [bottom] Molly Boyd receives the plaque honouring her as the Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year Saturday. Brian Walholvd, last year's winner, announced to the crowd that Boyd was the 1984 winner for her involvement and extra commitment to the community. More pictures follow on page 16.
02-386-57. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] The Squamish Youth Chorale performed Dawn of Promise, a Christmas musical written by Walt Harrah, Saturday evening in Myrtle Philip School before an audience of 150. The chorale, composed of more than 60 members, also has six Whistler members and is lead by musical directors Norah Teel and Dave Conrad. (Top) The full chorale gathered for the grand finale.
02-386-32. Pg. 3. Caption: [left] Bob Flitton, new deputy minister of lands, parks and housing.
02-386-132. Pg. 9. Caption: Club 10 was the host to West Coast Sports Mountain Shadows Saturday night, a fashion show featuring more than 29 different outfits all available at the ski outlet; All the models got together for one final display wearing moon boots by Diadora.
02-386-99. Pg. 13. Caption: Poet and translator Wayne Holder gave a reading of his own poetry and his translations of Estonian poet Marie Under at Germaine's Licks Sunday evening. Holder, who has travelled extensively in Estonia, is one of few translators of Estonian literature. Under, a member of PEN International has twice been nominated for the Nobel Prize for Literature.
02-386-63. Pg. 16. Caption: [left] Herb Capozzi, left, was the keynote speaker at Saturday's 18th Annual Chamber of Commerce dinner dance held this year in Dusty's He kept the audience laughing with an extended series of one-liners and jokes before he reached the main point of his speech: that only constant is change in the world and appalling to it.
02-386-57. Pg. 16. Caption: [right] The Chamber also announced its new slate of executives for 1985 which includes from left to right, Roger Stacey and Nancy Trieber as vice-presidents and Dave Kirk as president. Mayor Terry Rodgers inducted the new executive which resulted in laughter among the crowd when the three members attempted to read their chamber pledge in unison.
02-386-94. Pg. 17. Caption: [top] Pierre Couture opens a bottle of O'Keefe High Test in the Brass Rail, which boasts the most brass of any bar in Whistler.
02-386-112. Pg. 17. Caption: [middle] Bartender Michael Branlon pours another pint of draft in the Longhorn, which has recently undergone substantial renovations.
02-386-97. Pg. 17. Caption: [bottom] Club 10 has always been one of the hot spots and occasional DJ Rod Pencil, known as The Rapper, sets up another record.
02-386-19. Pg. 18. Caption: [bottom] Whistler Snowmobile Services gave a party on the way to Meager Creek Saturday.
02-386-16. Pg. 20. Caption: Mike Young really flipped last Saturday during Whistler Snowmobile Services attempt to reach Meager Creek.
02-386-42. Pg. 22. Caption: [top] Mischa Redmond shows some of the money he's collected on his door-to-door African famine relief campaign.
02-386-125. Pg. 26. Caption: Two people received minor injuries in a collision at the Village Gate Boulevard and Highway 99 intersection. The Volkswagon (background) was turning left onto the boulevard when the second car, unable to stop because of heavy snow, slammed into it. About $2,100 worth of damage was done to the two vehicles. The VW driver was charged with making an improper left-hand turn.

Week of June 6, 1979

Photographs including but not limited to views of Whistler Mountain; Construction; motorcycles; car accident; firemen; lake views; school events
02-006-26 on pg. 1. Caption: An idyllic scene - the north side of Whistler is reflected in the still waters of Green Lake.
02-006-32 on pg. 3. Caption: Mr. Marshall accompanies his class on the guitar as they perform on recorders and percussion.
02-006-08 on pg. 8. Caption: none...See story next to photograph and answer is provided in ...
02-006-11 on pg. 9. Caption: Some of the piles in the town centre parking structure that were driven down over 100 ft.
02-006-28 on pg 9. Caption: The 'Blackcomb Bog' claims a victim. Sabre's Cat gets into difficulty.
02-006-04-05 on pg. 10. Caption: Another view of the logging slash in front of Whistler taken from the road with 200 mm lens.
02-006-25 on pg. 10. Caption: The view of the north end of Green Lake at Soo Valley - a popular camping spot.
02-006-38 on pg. 11. Caption: Top - Andy Munster and friends watch as the firemen start their practice.
02-006-47 on pg. 11. Caption: Centre - Firemen Ike Elboin lights a copy of the Whistler Question so that he can set fire to his cabin.
02-006-48 on pg. 11. Caption: Below: Up she goes 0 the end of the Diversion creek residence.
02-006-09 on pg. 12. Caption: The testing rig being used in the town centre to test the loading of the foundation piles.
02-006-14 on pg. 14. Caption: Some of the motorcycles parked outside the Whistler Inn on Sunday.
02-006-51 on pg. 15. Caption: Lonnie Wray, Pierre Friele, Chuck Hustins and Cal Logue ham it up in a scene from the P.S.S. production 'Timber'.
02-006-07 on pg [16] or back cover. Caption: Whistler Mountain as seen from the southern boundary of the municipality showing the logging slash on the west ridge.

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