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Week of April 29, 1982 [3]

Photographs including but not limited to dancing; skiing; mountain views
Appears in April 29, 1982 issue:
02-247-9 Pg. 14. Caption: Charlie McClain and Gay Parker are assisted by Paul Burrows as they unveil their Whistler memento.
02-247-16. Pg. 15. Caption: Whiskey jacks aren't timid when it comes to food. Pauline LePatourel takes a break from skiing to offer some appreciated tidbits to this feathered friend.

Week of June 16, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to motorcycles in front of the Liquor Store in Whistler Village; roads; mountain views; buffet dinner; bikes; cycling; seeding operations Whistler Golf Course; car accidents; construction; forest fire hazard rating sign; skiing Whistler Mountain; acoustic guitarist playing for school children; children's activities; dance class at school; tennis; Beavers
Appears in June 17, 1982:
02-282-147. Pg. 2. Caption: Seeding operations are underway on the golf course, while the new irrigation system replenishes moisture in the parched earth.
02-282-37-38. Pg. 3. Caption: Lady Luck was riding with Denver Snider who escaped with minor injuries when the truck he was driving collided with a load of spilled logs.
02-282-106. Pg. 6. Caption: Extreme fire hazard
02-282-77. Pg. 8. Caption: [top left] Robin Crumbly, Manager, Whistler Village Inn, Alpine Meadows, Occasional golfer.
02-282-84. Pg. 8. Caption: [top middle] John Carter, Manager of Tantalus Lodge, Occasional golfer.
02-282-79. Pg. 8. Caption: [top right] Diane Eby, Past president of Whistler Ratepayers Association, Emerald Estates, Non-golfer.
02-282-69. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom left] Jim Kennedy, Labourer, Westside Roar, Occasional golfer.
02-282-66. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom middle] Pascal Simon, Roofer, Alpine Meadows, Non-golfer.
02-282-60. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom right] Harry Carman, Unemployed, Adventures West, Golfer.
02-282-18. Pg. 10. Caption: Passers-by stop to gaze -- and daydream -- over the big, beautiful Harley Davidson motorcycles parked in Village Square Saturday during the Sea to Sky Bike Rally.
02-282-172. Pg. 14. Caption: M-m-m-m good. Pizza gobblers dig in to the fruits of their labour from the kitchen during MPS mini course session.
02-282-4. Pg. 16. Caption: Dan Dancoise -- he's been riding motorcycles for more than four decades.
02-282-103. Pg. 20. Caption: Norm Trottier, MacGregor Pacific Realty (1978) LTI

Week of September 27, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to Volunteer Fire Dept.; evening event; Peter Alder and Dave Murray; Delta Hotel; Whistler Mountain; chairlift; dancers; film crew; baseball; windsurfing Alta Lake; Whistler Village
Appears in October 7, 1982 issue:
02-302-33. Pg. 12. Caption: [top] Parks Planner, Tom Barratt and plant specialist Karen Edwards bone up on some of the plant species indigenous to this area.
Appears in September 30, 1982 issue:
02-302-38. Pg. 1. Caption: As the new Director of Ski Racing for Whistler Mountain, Dave Murray will be coordinating downhill race clinics, ski promotions and special events. Murray, 29, retired from the Canadian National Ski Team last year after the World Cup held at Whistler.
02-302-46. Pg. 2. Caption: Peter Gregory, developer of the Delta Mountain Inn, is looking at refinancing a $4.3 million debt.
02-302-55. Pg. 3. Caption: No one was hibernating on Whistler Mountain this summer. Renovations are nearly complete on the Roundhouse, including this new sundeck and snack stand on the east side of the building.
02-302-139. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Lance Fletcher, Restaurant owner, Whistler Village.
02-302-137. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Glen Ashton, Property manager, Alpine Meadows.
02-302-141. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Dave Rowan, Credit Union Manager.
02-302-3. Pg. 7. Caption: Gerry Fosty demonstrates a type of fire extinguisher recommended for most homes.
02-302-92. Pg. 8. Caption: This W5 crew was on location in Whistler last week while covering a story on human rights. Segment of story covered here involved the theory of relocating Garibaldi residents to protect Whistler.
02-302-131 Pg. 10. Caption: Students from UBC and the infamous University of Whistler braved chilly temperatures over the weekend to compete in the First Annual Intercollegiate Windsurfing Championship.
02-302-8. Pg. 11. Caption: Awarded a winged hat for being the fastest base runner in the beer league. Don Beverley of the 2.5 Rollbacks has all of next season to look forward to. Jan Simpson and M.C. Terry Boston presented him with his memento.
02-302-86. Pg. 12. Caption: [middle] Tara Twigg (left) and Janice LeBlond in Bell Legs.
02-302-76. Pg. 12. Caption: [bottom] Tara Twigg moves gracefully through her brief Swim in Heavy Water.
02-302-125. Pg. 15. Caption: Competitor prepares his board for competition in the First Inter-Collegiate Windsurfing Championship, held on Alta Lake Sept. 22-23.
02-302-23. Pg. 16. Caption: [top] This questionable crew (top) represents the MVP's -- that's Most Valuable Player -- in the 1982 Beer League.
02-302-123. Pg. 16. Caption: [bottom] Sweet splash of victory as Blackcomb Nads won the championship game.

Week of May 23, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to skiing; running; cycling; Great Snow Earth Water Race; canoeing; limbo at Caribbean Night; band playing; podium; Whistler Village; Whistler Mountain; drinking; paragliding; the beach; dancing; helicopter; baseball; gambling; cars; Whistler Health Planning Society; clowns; children's bike rodeo
Appears in May 26, 1983 issue:
02-308-201- Pg. 1. Caption: [left] Moments of madness
02-308-232. Pg. 1. Caption: [right] Moments of madness
02-308-293. Pg. 1. Caption: [middle] Moments of madness
02-308-72. Pg. 2. Caption: This fleecy rider just stopped in for a while to observe the scene at the Great Snow, Earth, Water Race. While master checked out some of the canoe action down by the river, moot-mutt stayed with the steed.
02-308-117. Pg. 3. Caption: "Team X" (Experimental?) tried out its stuff on the Great Snow, Earth, Water Race course May 22 for the first time and left many an experienced squad in its wake. Matt White, Cindy Hamilton, Lynda Hicks, Brent Muddy, and Lee Vogel hope to be back next year to defend their title.
02-308-178. Pg. 5. Caption: [left] Constable Richard Guay, the latest recruit to Whistler RCMP detachment. Guay, a native of Quebec worked most recently for the RCMP in Surrey.
02-308-249. Pg. 5. Caption: [right] This is what remains of a car driven by Mickey Taylor of Vancouver after it skidded off Highway 99 near the High Forest turnoff. Taylor and his passenger Warren Jones were injured in the accident and Whistler RCMP have charged Taylor with dangerous driving.
02-308-239. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Katherine & Kristine Berry, Grade one students, Burnaby.
02-308-243. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Joe Bowes, Consultant, Vancouver.
02-308-245. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Frank Stoltmann, Businessman, West Vancouver.
02-308-79. Pg. 7. Caption: Rod be limber, Rod be quick. Rod Harman was the lowest under the limbo stick at Carribbean Night III held at Stumps May 21. But the fate of the grand prize, a pair of Spalding kids, has yet to be determined. Lowest lady under the stick was Julie Lazarowica.
02-308-312. Pg. 8. Caption: [top] Chefs, firemen and even. E.T. turned out at the bike decorating contest Saturday with some fantastically creative ideas. Most Original: Christopher Forrest, on a fire truck complete with hose. Funniest: Stephanie Simpson as The Egg. Prettiest: Melanie Busdon as Miss Strawberry Shortcake. Here, Jake Eby revs up his Cessna.
02-308-4. Pg. 8. Caption: [middle] Sports fans turned out in droves to dig through the used equipment at Blackcomb Ski Club's sports swap during May Day Madness. The $1000 raised from sales will go towards building a club facility.
02-308-255. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom] Gambling may be losing its popularity at Whistler, but these gals would disagree. (L to R) Bev Wylie, Penelope Domries, Barbara Tysick, Margaret Dedeluk and Cathie "Victorian" Greenwood had a gay old time tending bar at Casino Night Sunday. All proceeds go to Whistler Emergency Services.
02-308-190. Pg. 9. Caption: [top] They're off to a Le Mans start for the Eighth Annual Snow, Earth, Water Race in Whistler May 22.
02-308-25. Pg. 9. Caption: [middle] but many of the contestants weren't feeling so chipper by the time they reached the bottom of the hill.
02-308-55. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom] Though the temperatures verged on scorching, you can rest assured the couple below didn't take their plunge intentionally.
02-308-286. Pg. 10. Caption: Jeff Wuolle serves up pancakes to some of Whistler's finest flatfeet Saturday morning. Being served are (left to right) Constables Steve Davidson, Richard Guay, Rocky Fortin and Gord Simms. Rotary netted $231 for its pancake sales.
02-308-262. Pg. 14. Caption: Pumping your arm in a slightly different way than usual volunteer nurses and board members from Whistler Health Planning Society tested blood pressure for a small donation at their booth in Whistler Village during the long weekend. Treasurer Kathie Hicks (left) reported the society made $99 and lots of new friends during the weekend. Diana Safrick (right) was one of four nurses on the scene during the weekend.

Week of May 2, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to construction; ski gear; dancing at a bar; drinking; skiing; sledding; ski lodge; snowplow; Dave Bennett; skiers; ski racing; tubing; Whistler Village; tennis court line-painting; Pro Skiing Tour Championships; podium; speeches; wearing kilts and playing bagpipes in the mountains; running; waterfall; Blackcomb Mountain's L.A. Legs Contest; Pernod Pro Gold Classic; Stoney's Suitcase Party
Appears in May 5, 1983 issue:
02-311-132. Pg. 1. Caption: Hubba, hubba! What a beaut! This mystery entrant in Blackcomb Mountain's L.A. Legs Contest April 30 strutted away with first prize. It's no mystery why. More last minute ski news Page 9.
02-311-251. Pg. 2. Caption: It's a go vote -- unanimously. Those who attended the information meeting April 26 on hosting World Cup '84 at Whistler, including (1 to 4) Drew Meredith, Mayor Mark Angus, Franz Wilhelmsen and Nevill O'Sullivan of the C.S.A., heartily approved hosting the event.
02-311-208. Pg. 3. Caption: Lots of action hit Whistler Village Saturday, April 30 as production crews recorded the saga of Reno and The Doc, a 90-minute feature for pay T.V.
02-311-144. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Craig Reid, Golf Course Employee, Alpine Meadows.
02-311-141. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Nicole Chetwynd, Ex-Blackcomb Employee, Alpine Meadows.
02-311-67. Pg. 7. Caption: Yowser, yowser, yowser! The gang at Rendezvous Restaurant on Blackcomb Mountain have their own special way of saying goodbye. Of course they were in the midst of the clutches of spring fever Sunday, May 1.
02-311-18. Pg. 8. Caption: Semi finalists at Stoney's Suitcase Party May 1 let off some steam before the final name was selected. The lucky winner? Dave Cipp of Tapley's (fourth from left in back row, with his mouth wide open). Cipp grabbed his golf clubs, Brenda Davidson of Today's Video and headed to Honolulu that night.
02-311-119. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom left] (Far left) Spring fever struck Blackcomb on April 30 and May 1 with outbreaks of inner tube-iris.
02-311-81. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom right] Blackcomb fever takes its toll.
02-311-37. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom middle] (Center) Parent and child novelty disorders and a few cases of being hit over the head with it all.
02-311-9. Pg. 9. Caption: [middle] Four top skiers in Pernod Pro Gold Classic (l-r) Greg Hann, Graham Swan, Gregg Vollet and Blake Andreassen after awards ceremony at L'Apres after the race Sunday, May 1.
02-311-238. Pg. 10. Caption: The last fling of the season was happening on Whistler Mountain, Saturday, April 30. Piper Graham Ross (left) piped up with "Scotland the Brave" for companion Malcolm Robertson and flingers Gordon Combe and Hugh Granham. The lads are members of LondonScottish Rugby Team and were at Whistler after a game in Vancouver, part of a Canada-wide tour.
02-311-113. Pg.11. Caption: Piped in to their wedding reception at Le Chalet Thursday, April 28, Debby and Paul O"Mara (front right) enjoy the sun and the special moment of their wedding day.
02-311-15. Pg. 12. Caption: With Neil Mawdsley at the wheel work on Whistler's new golf course proceeds smoothly May 3rd.
02-311-159. Pg. 15. Caption: A bunch of real hackers, Team Hack cleaned up on one of the valley's most covetted trophies, the Whistler Cup. And the winners, ladies and gentleman were (l-r) Sue Boyd, Rob Denham, Mike Turcotte and Jim Wharin.

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 March 7, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to portraits; Stephani Sloan; Jim McConkey; gondola; ski gear; skiers; chairlift; cross-country skiing; band playing; Snowcat; downhill skiing; acrobatics; alphorn; alcohol; apres ski race drinking; man on crutches; Whistler and Blackcomb staff; Doc Fingers and the Gortex Blues; Foot in the Door playing at the Canadian Telemark Team Benefit
Appears in March 10, 1983 issue:
02-322-169. Pg. 1. Caption: M. Robert Gourdin, North American sales rep for Moet et Chandon and Hennessy Cognac, topped off this $24,000 tower of Baccarat crystal glasses with a few bottles of bubbly during a special presentation at Delta Mountain Inn March 3. And how to open a bottle of champagne on such a special occasion? Why, with a Napoleonic sabre, of course.
02-322-26. Pg. 2. Caption: Lands, Parks and Housing Minister Tony Brummet (center) was given the royal tour of Whistler March 4 and 5. Brummet was escorted to the top of both Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains Saturday by Hugh Smythe, President of Blackcomb Skiing Enterprises (left) and Franz Wilhelmsen, President of Whistler Mountain Ski Corporation (right) Said Brummet of the development he saw there: "Amazing!".
02-322-158. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] At it again! Blackcomb and Whistler Mountain staff squared off for the second round (actually there's been far more than two rounds guzzled in this competition) at their boat races March 2.
02-322-120. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Gaudy poles alone Highway 99 disturbed the tranquil view of some motorists. The stripes, which are a plastic mesh and not paint, will be removed by B.C. Hydro soon.
02-322-129. Pg. 5. Caption: A new sound wafted through the air of Whistler Village Saturday, Mar. 5 thanks to Otto Baumann and his Alp horn. The horns were originally designed to call cattle home or signal to nearby neighbours. Baumann, 25, a native of Lucern Switzerland, made this horn himself. It measures 12 feet in length.
02-322-177. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Now you see it, now you don't. The WRA has recently invested $13,000 in this amazing piece of collapsible technology which can be used to set up an eye-catching display booth on Whistler in minutes. It's a traveller's delight, for when not extended to its full 12'x20' display size, it neatly collapses into a three ft. tube which weighs less than 30 lbs. -- including the photos. Here Village Coordinator Bob Wick demonstrates the full range of versatility of this latest creation from Silicon Valley.
02-322-181. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] See caption above.
02-322-151. Pg. 8. Caption: Paulette Bibeau gives a lift to Jay Hirabayashi in Jazz Duet.
02-322-85. Pg. 10. Caption: Doc Fingers and the Gortex Blues Band kept the crowd on their feet on the Canadian Telemark Team Benefit, Stunday, Mar. 6 at Bullets Cabaret. (L-R) Robin Ferrier, Doc Fingers and Jack Lavin belt it out for the full house. Not shown is Ferrier's crutch -- supporting his ankle, broken Mar. 4 scant days before the telemark racing season really gets underway.
02-322-101. Pg. 12. Caption: The cat disgorges its cargo -- seven powder hounds and one photographer prepare for the descent.
02-322-62. Pg. 13. Caption: [left] Craig Barker -- the man to talk to about telemark skiing.
02-322-68. Pg. 13. Caption: [right] Barkers eases through the crucial point in the telemark turn.
02-322-8. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] Colin Pitt-Taylor, Chef, Function Junction.
02-322-10. Pg. 14. Caption: [middle] Nigel Woods, Contractor, Alpine Meadows.
02-322-16. Pg. 14. Caption: [right] Stephanie Sloan, Ski Instructor, Westside Road.
02-322-72. Pg. 16. Caption: Foot in the Door titillates the tele markers at the Canadian Telemark Team Benefit held at Bullets Cabaret Sunday, Mar. 6 (L-R) Mark Schnaidt, Craig Barker, Charlie Doyle and Rocco Bonito helped the team net $500 toward sending the team to races in Colorado.

Week of July 18, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to portraits; chef; art; policeman; mountain views; fixing hydro lines; beach; windsurfing on Alta Lake; road construction; planning to build the Whistler Community Centre; clothing store; office; canoeing Alta Lake; parking lot; artist painting; dancing in Whistler Village; "Getaway to Whistler" promotional film
Appears in July 21, 1983 issue:
02-340-93. Pg. 1. Caption: [top] Sunny skies and the colourful show put on by the Estonian Folk Dancers of Vancouver brightened up Whistler Village Sunday, July 17. Weathermen are predicting more rain, but say it shouldn't last for long.
02-340-102. Pg. 1. Caption: [bottom] Artist rendering.
02-340-42. Pg. 2. Caption: When weekend temperatures soared to the mid-20's, sun worshippers who had been denied their pleasure for nearly six weeks flocked to Lost Lake like the swallows to Capistrano. The new forecast, after four days of sun? Get out the ark, and don't ask again.
02-340-21. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Latest addition to Whistler RCMP detachment is Gerard West (24) who began his duties as a constable July 18. West, a native of Halifax, Nova Scotia, was most recently posted to Surrey where he specialized in liquor enforcement. Although not a skier, West plans to learn and in the meantime is interested in karate.
02-340-48. Pg. 5. Caption: Diane Eby of Community Services Society points out details of the new community centre which would provide space for a library.
02-340-5. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Pascal Tiphine, Restaurant Owner, Alpine Meadows.
02-340-16. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Ken Findlay, Waiter, Alta Vista.
02-340-10. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Simone Aaron, Bar Manager, Tamarisk.
02-340-31. Pg. 8. Caption: Paul Gibson of Selkirk Cable Vision turns a final screw to get Alpine Meadows booked into Whistler Cable Television's system. Besides six channels, subscribers can now enjoy a host of FM radio stations.
02-340-85. Pg. 9. Caption: Isobel MacLaurin.
02-340-75. Pg. 10. Caption: It was a wet dry run as this boat load of paddle-masters took on the Lillooet River July 14. Bow to stern Pat Kelly, Jim Browning, Pete Lazier and Mike Jakobson were joined by Dave Murray, Brian Allen and Ken Hardy for another spin from Squamish to Vancouver July 17. The crew of the 400 lb. war canoe is preparing for the Molokai to Honolulu race early this fall.
02-340-60. Pg. 12. Caption: Thuy Read admires a shirt from Whistler Tops in her role as a shopper in "Getaway to Whistler", a promotional film being made by Curtis Petersen (right) of Petersen Productions.

Week of September 22, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to baseball; portraits; Whistler board game; racecar; Blackcomb Mountain; Scandinavian folk dancing; symphony at the Brackendale; Terry Fox Run; Alpine Paving
Appears in September 29, 1983 issue:
02-355-35. Pg. 9. Caption: [left] Whistler's newest and only board game features a mock Highway 99 plus ski runs and pares-ski challenges.
Appears in September 22, 1983 issue:
02-355-68. Pg. 1. Caption: Amateur raced driver Dan Pantages sits at the helm of his Lotus Super Seven, a four-cylinder exposed wheel racer capable of about 160 kph. Pantages joined bout 35 other car enthusiasts over the weekend for a hillclimb race of the steep, winding road to Blackcomb Daylodge. Slightly modified cars raced as well as exotic speedsters, but out of all the cars the fastest time was turned in by a dune buggy. Drivers competed in a slalom course as well as in Blackcomb parking lot. The hillclimb and rally were sponsored by the Burnaby-Coquitlam Motorsport Association. Competitors came form as far away as Prince George.
02-355-46. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] On your mark, get set, go! The Terry Fox Run Sunday saw 48 runners complete the 10km circuit around Lost Lake to raise $280. Organized last moment by Jenny Busdon and Candy Rusted, a suggestion from participants was to ask one of the clubs to run it next year. How about it, you guys?
02-355-148. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] An improved road leading into the Club Cabin area from Highway 99 needs a stop sign, having been without one since roadwork was completed in the early summer. The intersection is located about one km north of the Gondola area on a stretch of highway with poor visibility in either direction. Ministry of Highways District Manager for the area, Ron Winbow, said Tuesday, "We'll take care of it."
02-355-109. Pg. 5. Caption: Chris Carson and friends performed Scandinavian folk dancing during Whistler's Class of '83 arts and crafts show Friday.
02-355-4. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Michael Ballingall, Promotions Manager, Kelowna.
02-355-11. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Grant Keys, Waiter, Brio.
02-355-7. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Dan Ladd, Restaurant employee, North Vancouver.
02-355-110. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom] When Peter Brown throws a party, money is not the biggest concern. Brown, had of Canarim Investments, treated employees to a weekend of baseball and assorted fun activities. The company limousine, complete with telephone, spent Saturday in the shade of Whistler Resort Association's Arabesque tent, along with a weekend supply of appropriate refreshments.
02-355-155. Pg. 7. Caption: Workmen from Alpine Paving completed paving on Village Stroll Monday. Coastal Mountain Excavations also placed three drainage basins 10 days ago ensuring the last year's puddle problems aren't repeated next spring. Curbs have also been placed along Whistler Way and Mountain Lane. Paving of those roads should occur next week.
02-355-166. Pg. 9. Caption: [top] Frank Bunting's Datsun 280Z takes a sharp one on the way to a winning time;
02-355-173. Pg. 9. Caption: [middle left] Above, a Datsun 510 that hit gravel on the first curve ... and rolled.
02-355-115. Pg. 9. Caption: [middle right] Formula Race drivers waits for the big moment -- racing up Blackcomb at 85 kph;
02-355-66. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom] Pictures Clockwise from below: Crew checks out Uwe Gildemeister's heavily modified VW Rabbit before race;
02-355-79. Pg. 10. Caption: One of the EBAP workers does the preliminary work on a cycling/cross-country skiing bridge between Village Gate Boulevard and Whistler Way.
02-355-12. Pg. 11. Caption: Sayuri Fukasawa (left) travel counsellor in the Canadian Embassy in Tokyo, was shown Whistler Monday by Mayor Shirley Henry of Pemberton and Drew Meredith, executive director of Whistler Resort Association. Mayor Henry is trying to get Pemberton a sister city in Japan.
02-355-156. Pg. 12. Caption: (from left to right) Sydney Humphries, Philippe Etter, Bryan King and Ian Hampton return for the second encore at Sunday's performance of the Purcell String Quartet at Brackendale Art Gallery.
02-355-053. [From left to right: unknown, unknown, unknown, Don Goodall, and Bart Imlov]

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.

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