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Week of July 4, 1979

Photographs including but not limited to skiing; roads; logging truck accident; Pemberton Princess; track competition; bus transport; snakes; school.
02-02-28 appears on page 15. Caption: A freestyler shows his form off the jump under the watchful eye of Wayne Wong.
02-02-19 on pg. 15. Caption: Bob Dufour & Toni Sailer riding up.
02-02-04 on pg. 15. Caption: Looking down the camp T-Bar from the top.
02-02-41 on pg. 1. Caption: The logging truck that didn't make it around the curve at Emerald Estates on Friday, June 29.
02-02-57 on back cover. Caption: Miss Pembeton, Sylvia Gilmore, flanked by 2nd Princess Shirley Walker on the left and 1st Princess Naomi Bertoia.
02-02-59 on pg. 6. Caption: The Miss Pemberton contestants: (back row) Lea Blundell, Denise Allen, Cathy Fraser, Sheila Gilmore, (front row) Shirley Walker (2nd Princess), Miss Pemberton Sylvia Gilmore, Naomi Bertoia (1st Princess).
02-02-60 on pg. 3. Caption: The way it was this weekend -- barbecuing in the rain!
02-02-65 on pg. 3. Caption: The new ski runs on Blackcomb start to appear after the July 1 snowstorm!
02-02-71 on pg. 10. Caption: Laura McGuffin gives her talk to the West Vancouver bus tour group.
02-02-43 on pg. 12. Caption: Building "A" of the new Whistler Village parking garage as it appeared on June 29.
02-02-100 on pg. 13. Caption: Two proud mothers -- Eva Beleznai and Joanne Kirkwood with their babies.
02-02-85 on pg. 14. Caption: Myrtle Phillips hands Chris Carson his certificate while Alexis Turner looks on.

Week of June 6, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to bridge; climbing a fence; horses; portraits; construction; baseball; buffet dinner; Whistler Country Guides canoes at the lake; logging trucks; landscapes; wildlife; band playing; buses; orchestra playing outdoors in Whistler Village; logging; river; trumpet player; barbecue; Vancouver Whitecaps autographs at Myrtle Philip School Sports Banquet
02-348-35. Pg. 1. Caption: Weigh, hey, up she rises ... Cranes hoist the 18-ton concrete spans into place over 19 Mile Creek June 1 in preparation for the new bridge. December '81 floods washed out the old wooden bridge, severing Valley Drive in Alpine Meadows.
02-348-20. Pg. 2. Caption: Golf course, co-ordinator Bob Wick ... ready to heave a sigh of relief.
02-348-99. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] A semi-permanent abode (center) graces the shores of Green Lake in a makeshift campground on private property. Bottles, remnants of campfires and dirty pans litter the ground in this otherwise beautiful setting.
02-348-4. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] The no-name bridge over the River of Golden Dreams near Tapley Place is now suffering from a new problem. Spring run-off set one end of the bridge askew, and according to Municipal Engineer Doug Wylie, it may well stay that way for several months. Due to problems in ascertaining the legal right-of-ways to the bridge, not to mention the party responsible for the bridge, the municipality will have its hands tied up in paperwork for some time before it can set things right.
02-348-55. Pg. 5. Caption: Mike Sweeney (seated) of Vancouver's Whitecaps soccer team signs a few autographs at Myrtle Philip School sports banquet Thursday, June 2.
02-348-84. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Ray Wiens, Minister, Alpine Meadows.
02-348-23. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Mike Thaxter, Construction Worker, Alpine Meadows.
02-348-28. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Reg Walser, Unemployed, Alpine Meadows.
02-348-107. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom] Pause a while in Whistler Village the next sunny day and you'll hear this group of young musicians perform a wide variety of selections. (L-R) Jennifer Porter, Cal McConnell, Connie Carver, Dan Cushing, and Frank Mallany are a part of a federal government student employment program run by the WRA. In addition to displaying their musical talents these young people will be offering village tours, working at the new information booth and helping at special events.
02-348-40. Pg. 7. Caption: The beer league's Dregs got a lift June 1 when Patti Ritchie made it home, despite the valiant efforts of the Longhorn's All-night All-stars' back catcher. Final score? A 27-27 tie.
02-348-128. Pg. 9. Caption: Chips fly where they may as Jud Forster (left) and Stan Hammond prepare red cedar logs for a carport in Whistler Cay Heights being built by Hammond and Davies Log Builders.
02-348-115. Pg. 11. Caption: Ray Lyman, band director of Seaton Secondary School from Vernon, was pleased to present Whistler's Molly Boyd with a band booster award for the services she rendered in bringing the group to Whistler. Band members and audiences alike braved cold winds to share a top-rated concert of big band sounds.

Week of March 1, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to awards in school gym; cross-country skiing; Molson World Cup of Downhill 1982; bands playing; Peter Mueller; Serge Lang; restaurant; ski races; Whistler Mountain; World Cup podium; Team Canada; David Jowin; Whistler West fire; Dave Murray signing autographs for children; world cup concessions; Whiski Jack fire
Appears in March 4, 1982 issue:
02-217-199. Pg. 1. Caption: What a race, what a day! The best of the best (L-R) Dave Irwin, Peter Mueller and Steve Pwdborski -- salute Saturday's cheering crowd with the trophies, Paul Morrison photo.
02-217-341. Pg. 8. Caption: [top left] Mike Dixon, Snow remover, White Gold Estates resident
02-217-342. Pg 8. Caption: [top middle] Mike Jakobsson, Heli-skiing guide, White Gold Estates resident
02-217-345. Pg. 8. Caption: [top right] Shelley Jardine, Whistler Officer Services, Alpine Meadows resident
02-217-339. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom left] Carol Simmie, Municipal Parking Attendant, White Gold Estates resident
02-217-335. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom middle] Doug Fox, Land Company Vice President of Finance, Emerald Estates resident
02-217-348. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom right] Linda Beverley, Grocery Store Stock Manager, Alpine Meadows resident
02-217-63. Pg. 11. Caption: Thousands upon thousands of spectators jam Whistler Village Square for the World Cup presentations.
02-217-330. Pg. 14. Caption: b-sides (l-r) Tony Fernandez, R.6 Herron and Danno Five-O rock the socks off a packed house at Myrtle Philip School Saturday, February 27.
02-217-144. Pg. 15. Caption: Doug Bennett and fellow slugs gave the crowd what they paid for and more during two performances at the Longhorn Feb. 24-25.
02-217-249. Pg. 18. Caption: Gr...Grrr great gorillas, Batman! Some people went just plain ape over the World Cup at Whistler.
02-217-11. Pg. 19. Caption: Volunteers hoist a few after a job well-done.
02-217-28. Pg. 21. Caption: Getting waxed for the World Cup cross country race held Sunday, Feb. 28.
02-217-208. Pg. 23. Caption: Charred porch and water-streaked walls at Whiski Jack condo which caught fire on race day.
02-217-38. Pg. 24. Caption: [top] Competitors in cross country ski race held as part of World Cup weekend.
02-217-65. Pg. 24. Caption: [bottom] Group waves banners from second floor balcony at the Hearthstone while others are content to view the award ceremonies from their lofty perch.
02-217-286. Pg. 25. Caption: Gary Raymond, one of many volunteers who helped out during World Cup, directs traffic at the Village Centre.
02-217-92. Pg. 26. Caption: Whistler's great grand-daddy of the boardsail set -- Mike Gadd.

Week of March 29, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to band playing; hockey; portraits; film crew; Whistler Medical Centre; Pemberton bus; 1984 Men's Downhill; Steve Podborski; Gary Athans; ski racing; Whistler Conference Centre; Whistler winter promo film; Whistler Mountain Ski Club
Appears in March 29, 1984 issue:
02-360-2. Pg. 11. Caption: Raw energy, raw blues, and the velvet voice of John Hammond made a 2 1/2-hour concert at Brackendale Art Gallery Saturday seem like five minutes. Hammond has cut over 20 albums since 1962, but is still one of the lesser known bluesmen in North America.
02-360-5. Pg. 16. Caption: [bottom] The lyrics are poetry, the melodies are mellow. Silvered, comprised of Australian musicians Ken Kirschman and Geoff Gibbons, are masterful musicians reminiscent of Simon and Garfunkel. A recent EP release has generated rave reviews. Silvered were featured at The Brass Rail Wednesday through Sunday.
02-360-61. [Hockey group photo - black-shirted man at the back is Mark Sadler and John Robinson is the back left moustachioed man]
02-360-43. [Beverly Wylie holding medical equipment at Whistler Medical Centre]

Week of March 6, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to heli-skiing at the peak; bus ride; mountain views; and group photos.
Appears in March 11, 1982 issue:
02-215-20. Pg. 18. Caption: [top] Mike Jakobsson braces himself as the Long Ranger lands with another load of heli skiers.
02-215-11. Pg. 18. Caption: [bottom] Guide Mike Jakobson heads the pack as the powder skiers make tracks on an open slope near Bralorne.
02-215-12. [Rod McLeod in the very centre of the photo between the men wearing plaid, and Don Willoughby in the bottom right wearing a cowboy hat]

Week of May 13, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to 1982 downhill skiing; Dave Murray; Chris Kent; Todd Brooker; Steve Podborski; pharmacy; windsurfing on Alta Lake; drinking and wearing sombreros at a bar; Dos Senoritas; cars and buses getting towed; Chris Jacobs; Andrew Stonehenge; Bruce Cook; speeches; Cinco de Mayo
Appears in May 13, 1982 issue:
02-239-43. Pg. 1. Caption: Back to Basics ... Sun ... wind and water. Once the summer basics return to Whistler, you can't keep a good windsurfer down. Chris Jacobs, Andrew Stoner, and Bruce Cook were among the first to catch the wind after the ice broke off the surface of Alta Lake on May 5.
02-239-118. Pg. 3. Caption: Ken Farquarson of Sigma Consultants explains his company's role in the Kelly Lake-Cheeky proposed transmission line at the Hydro public hearing held Saturday.
02-239-85. Pg. 8. Caption: [top left] Kathy Hicks, Municipal Accounting Supervisor, Alpine Meadows.
02-239-92. Pg. 8. Caption: [top middle] Mary Swaine, Laid-off traffic attendent, Alpine Meadows.
02-239-86. Pg. 8. Caption: [top right] Laurie Vance, Assistant Manager at Blackcomb Lodge, Alpine Meadows.
02-239-81. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom left] Penny Domries, Artist, Alpine Meadows.
02-239-98. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom middle] Bruce DeGraaf, Unemployed Blackcomb Ski Patroller, Telemark.
02-239-94. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom right] Chris Simpson, Full-time kid, Alta Vista.
02-239-125. Pg. 10. Caption: Dancing inspiration. Janice LeBlond of Pacific Motion Dance Company brought some inspiration to Whistler May 5, 6 and 7 when she conducted a three-day workshop on dancing, body alignment and anatomy. After the final workshop, LeBlond and fellow dancers Tara Twigg and Mary Craig demonstrated some of the style they have become renowned for.

Week of November 26, 1980

Photographs including but not limited to band; musicians; buses; kissing; party; Snowgoose; Whistler Village; Whistler Taxi; winter; Mountain Cake Bake; store
02-153-35. Pg. 1. Caption: [middle] Mayor shows of town centre to Jim Lorimer, Charles Barter and Bob Williams.
02-153-24. Pg. 1. Caption: [bottom] Snowgoose.
02-153-61. Pg. 5. Caption: Valley residents and visitors enjoyed last weekend's Fall Fair.
02-153-17. Pg. 7. Caption: Evelyn and Harold Cullen cut their 40th anniversary cake.
02-153-60. Pg. 8. Caption: [Mountain Cake Bake]
02-153-12. Pg. 9. Caption: Yancey rides into Whistler.
02-153-21. Pg. 11. Caption: The Champs ... see Pipeline for more information.
02-153-14. Pg. 15. Caption: Greg Pollard and Dan La Casse put the 'Ranch' brand on the wall plaque at last week's opening.
02-153-43. Pg. [16]. Caption: The snow arrives - a early scene in Alpine Meadows.

Week of November 29, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to Granny's Food Emporium; evening event; drinking; cars; swimming nude; skiing; chairlift; Blackcomb Mountain; school bus; Sandy Boyd; Hugh Smyth; Pat Carleton; Sid Young; Dr. Christine Rodgers; Peter Alder; Pat Carleton's goodbye party; Mark Angus's victory party
Appears in December 2, 1982 issue:
02-291-23. Pg. 1. Caption: A dozen of the finest roses is presented to Kay Carleton, the woman behind the man during Pat Carleton's seven-year term as Whistler's mayor. One of the municipality;s first aldermen, Garry Watson, presented the gift to Mrs. Carleton during a surprise party held at the Delta Mountain Inn Nov. 29 for the retiring mayor.
02-291-75. Pg. 2. Caption: Ahoy there mate! Nov. 27 was moving day for the sailboat being built by Cress Walker and Paul Clark in Alpine Meadows. Her maiden voyage took her to a new berth in Whistler's Industrial Park.
02-291-133. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Whistler's newest citizens join their moms for a well-baby clinic with Public Health Nurse Marilyn McIvor. From left to right in the front row are Brock Crofton and mom Evan, Jaclyn and Suzi McCance, Andrew and Lee Bennett and Alexandra and Donna Liakakos. Behind are Robin and Tam Sin Miller, Marilyn McIvor and Trevor and Jean Dally.
02-291-8. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Superset for a super skier. Blackcomb's Hugh Smythe sits in 'the chair' at the Downhill Shop while skithodics expert John Colitis fits him out with a pair of Superset footbeds.
02-291-28. Pg. 5. Caption: Mayor Pat Carleton modestly enjoys a rousing round of applause at his surprise good-bye party Monday, Nov. 28 at Stumps lounge.
02-291-123. Pg. 5. Caption: Jensen Automotive Ad
02-291-86. Pg. 6. Caption: Diane Smith, left and Karen Benoit smile from their ticket wickets where they offer new two-mountain passes for $20/day. Youth can ski both mountains for $15/day and children for $5. These tickets are also available in two, three and five-day packages.
02-291-131. Pg. 8. Caption: Rosaire Gauthier and Pascal Tiphine, proprietors of Sundial Restaurant, indulged friends and patrons with their French style of hospitality at the opening of their restaurant Tuesday, Nov. 23.
02-291-142. Pg. 9. Caption: The latest in top-of-the-head fashions is modelled here by the illustrious John Pope, general manager, of Delta Mountain Inn, who will soon be leaving these snowy mountains for hill of Toronto. Pope was one of the many fans attending the opening of Beau's Restaurant Wednesday, Nov. 24.
02-291-136. Pg. 11. Caption: Betty Jarvis greets visitors Rich, Robin and Tam Sin Miller to the opening of Beau's Restaurant Wednesday, Nov. 24.
02-291-82. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] Claire Kinglet, Part Owner -- Going Nuts, Whistler Cay.
02-291-78. Pg. 14. Caption: [middle] Pat Parker, Bartender -- Stoney's, Adventures West.
02-291-81. Pg. 14. Caption: [right] Greg Carlberg, Manager -- Carlberg's, West Side Road.
02-291-104. Pg. 16. Caption: [top] What's new in ski wear this season? Whistle rites got a chance to find out Nov. 26 at the Winter What to Wear fashion show, held at Delta Mountain Inn. Above Andrea Maw and Nigel Woods -- a dazzling duo --- show off the latest show in winter wear, while below Kelly Maxwell preps star of the show, Feona Maxwell to display what's in the younger set.
02-291-92. Pg. 16. Caption: [bottom] See caption above.

Week of October 5, 1981

Photographs including but not limited to construction; dancing; party; Going Nuts; cheerleaders; computer; buses; chairlift; bikinis; musicians; music; newspaper clippings
Appears in October 8, 1981 issue:
02-206-62+67. Pg. 1. Caption: The only thing for certain is change, and in order to keep pace with the ever-changing face of Whistler We've updated our appearance, altered our format and expanded our staff. One thing is for certain though. We'll still be dedicated to bringing you the most accurate, informative, up-to-the-minute news coverage in the Whistler Community. Want the latest on Whistler? We'll see you there.
02-206-41. Pg. 4. Caption: [top] [Article title: It's his or tails for public transportation]
02-206-6. Pg. 4. Caption: [bottom] David O'Keefe poses with belly dancer Elizabeth at Stoney's Moroccan Night.
02-206-21. Pg. 7. Caption: Oops! Where's the 'R'?! Canary cheerleaders spell out a derriere Rabbit on October 3.
02-206-12 Pg. 8. Caption: Max Maxwell and Fiona parade past the tables at the Parent Teacher carwash/bake sale and flea market.
02-206-19. Pg. 10. Caption: Inge Neilsen instructs one of her knitting class students at the one-day workshop in Blackcomb Lodge.
02-206-69. Pg. 11. Caption: A vision? A mirage? No -- just a twin view of (what else?) Twin Lakes Village. Yes, the shot is upside-down.
02-206-5. Pg. 12. Caption: Amidst the swirling of skirts and the change of finger cymbols, Stoney's lovely belly dancer grabbed everyone's, and we mean everyone's, undivided attention.
02-206-74. Pg. 13. Caption: An early dusting of snow on October 3 sets off the runs at Blackcomb.
02-206-1. Pg. 14. Caption: Pile driver at work on the approach piles for the new bridge over the River of Golden Dreams.
02-206-31. Pg. 15. Caption: Colleen Wuolle learning the ins and outs of Onyx 8001 at McGregor Pacific Railway.
02-206-10. Pg. 17. Caption: The two horses that ended up on the Whistler Golf Course on Saturday, October 3.
02-206-56. Pg. 20. Caption: Francine Lessard, winner of $100 in the Bikini Contest at the Mountain House consoles one of the losers
02-206-23. Pg. 21. Caption: Local photographer John Bartosik of Brandywine Graphics has joined the crew at the Whistler Question as staff photographer. He brings to the paper his 12 years of experience as a photographer and his appreciation of natural settings.
02-206-20. Pg. 24. Caption: The Canarim cheerleaders cheer on their 'A' team to victory at their softball tournament.

Week of September 14, 1981

Photographs including but not limited to buses; construction; Willie Whistler; baseball; parade; dancing; music; drinks; hot air balloon; painting; Whistler Village; chairlift; tennis; dinner event; chefs; party; barbecue; canoeing; wakeboarding Alta Lake; spinning wheel; running; swimming; kayaking; Arnold Palmer and opening of Whistler Golf Course; helicopter; dogs; musicians
Appears in September 17, 1981 issue:
02-211-9. Pg. 1. Caption: The smiles of Mayor Pat Carleton and Minister of Tourism Pat Jordan said all there was to say about Whistler's first Fall Festival.
02-211-231. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Golfing legend Arnold Palmer gives the Whistler Marmot a lesson in form.
02-211-238. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Ok helicopter loads up with fertilizer to spread on the fairways of the new Whistler Golf Course.
02-211-127. Pg. 4. Caption: [left] A pensive Umberto Menghi listens while M/C Herb Capozzi speaks at the celebrity dinner.
02-211-119. Pg. 4. Caption: [right] Two smiling Dutchmen at Umberto's gala dinner Ted Nebbeling and Bill Van der Zalm.
02-211-64. Pg. 5. Caption: [top] Tom Jones was in town to attend a benefit dinner for the Whistler Health Care Society.
02-211-145. Pg. 5. Caption: [bottom] Shell Cup Officials at Whistler -- (left to right) Trish Irvin, PR Co-ordinator for CSA: George Duffield of the CBC; CSA's Donald Laflamme; Diana Pooke, Shell Cup Co-ordinator; Any Marynowski, Refinery Manager for Shell Canada in Burnaby; and Whistler Mountain Ski Club President Bill McNeney.
02-211-2. Pg. 6. Caption: School Bus
02-211-89. Pg. 7. Caption: [top left] Whistler Fall Festival
02-211-149. Pg. 7. Caption: [top right] Whistler Fall Festival
02-211-203. Pg. 7. Caption: [middle right] Whistler Fall Festival
02-211-82. Pg 7. Caption: [bottom left] Whistler Fall Festival
02-211-266. Pg. 7. Caption: [bottom right] Whistler Fall Festival
02-211-4. Pg. 8. Caption: Mountain Inn.
02-211-99. Pg. 9. Caption: Herb Capozzi (left) and partner Gordie MacKenzie teamed up at the Fall Festival's Pro Celebrity Tennis Match at the Whistler Resort & Club to defeat Bob Puddicombe and Nancy Raine 8-7.
02-211-165. Pg. 10. Caption: The winning Great Waters Race team. From the left: Brian Allen, Connie Allen, John Marshall, Barb Simpson and Ken Hardy.
02-211-286. Pg. 11. Caption: Matt Minglewood sings the blues Cape Breton style for an appreciative audience at the Mountain House on September 9.
02-211-172. Pg. 12. Caption: Myrtle Philip (left) and Shayne Roberts enjoying opening night at JB's Country Kitchen. Over 150 women were the special guests of JB's on Friday, September 10 to taste the new delicacies the Country Kitchen is offering.
02-211-140. Pg. 13. Caption: John Bentham rolls on the floor in the 'Western Bar Brawl' staged at L'Apres
02-211-253. Pg. 14. Caption: Snowflakes contest a success.
02-211-272. Pg. 17. Caption: Bob Dawson, waiter extraordinaire and winner of the Great Race, kicks off into fourth gear Aram Kassabian, who placed second stands directly behind Dawson's left shoulder.
02-211-38. Pg. 18. Caption: [top] It was Willie Whistler giving youngsters a dance lesson to the tunes of the Unknown Band on Saturday afternoon in the Village Square.
02-211-138. Pg 18. Caption: [bottom] Hawk, Peter, Ross and John supervise the cooking of three of the giant roasts of beef at L'Apres Western night.
02-211-112. Pg. 20. Caption: Tourism Minister Pat Jordan (second from left) stands with six of the recipients of the Good Show awards.
02-211-289. Pg. 21. Caption: That other Jones boy, Angus, hammers the 250,000th spike into the Resort Centre roof completing the 45,000 sq. ft of decking.
02-211-54+74. Pg. [24]. Caption: Fall Festival 1981.

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