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Week of October 25, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to exposition; car accident; Sandy & Molly Boyd; Pat Carleton; Whistler Gondola; construction; film crew; dining; children's event; chef; council meeting; helicopter; mountain views; Whistler Parent Teacher Committee Bingo Nite; Whistler Industrial Park construction; Health Planning Society Board; Whistler Chamber of Commerce
Appears in October 28, 1982 issue:
02-296-66. Pg. 1. Caption: Puzzled? The Whistler Information sign and map took a tumble Friday, Oct. 22 during high winds, just missing the info centre. Foundation posts had apparently rotted.
02-296-77. Pg. 2. Caption: Hats of all kinds turn up these days at Myrtle Philip School. The fashion> Keeping away from lice.
02-296-46. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] On your marks; get set -- three candidates (Mark Angus, Sid Young and Ruth Lotzkar) enjoy a laugh after handing in nomination papers Oct. 25 for the Nov. 20 municipal election.
02-296-75. Pg. 3. Caption: Volunteers check children for head lice, which have reached epidemic numbers in Whistler.
02-296-41. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Art Den Duyf, Contractor of sorts, White Gold.
02-296-36. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Rick Crofton, Contractor, Alpine Meadows.
02-296-56. Pg. 7. Caption: Recent heavy rains in the Whistler area have reminded drivers of the flood problems on Highway 99.
02-296-99. Pg. 9. Caption: [top left] sets off along the partially completed boardwalk on Rainbow Trail.
02-296-82. Pg. 9. Caption: [top right] At far right municipal crew installs stairway in Alpha Lake Park, which crews are trying to rough out before winter's onslaught.
02-296-101. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom] Clockwise from bottom -- crew disembarks from helicopter
02-296-51. Pg. 11. Caption: Mayor Carleton got exposure to more than a brief interlude of sun Tuesday, Oct. 19 when CTV interviewer Cynthia Ott arrived in Whistler to ask some questions.
02-296-90. Pg. 12. Caption: Construction is forging ahead on the first building to be put up in Phase II in Whistler's Industrial Park. Sadler Bros. Builders are contractors on the project.
02-296-47. Pg. 13. Caption:This is vehicle in which deriver Daniel George Eveno of Mt. Currie was killed when the car failed to negotiate a curve by the Green River crossing north of Whistler on October 18. Injured in the accident were Gregory Jamieson of Mt. Currie and Cindy Downer of Squamish.
02-296-94. Pg. 16. Caption: New members of the Health Planning Society Board, from left Kathy Hicks (Treasurer), Tim Woods (Director), Rolley Horsey (Vice President), Craig MacKenzie (President) and Fred Barter (Director).
02-296-73. Pg. 18. Caption: The Candidates -- Whistler Chamber of Commerce President Jim Gruetzke introduces Sid Young (a mayorality candidate in the Nov. 20 election), Craig MacKenzie, Mark Sadler and David O'Keefe (aldermanic candidates) at an afternoon wine and cheese held Oct. 24 at Delta Mountain Inn.

Week of October 4, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to totem pole carving; houses; Ladies Golf Tournament winners
Appears in October 4, 1984 issue:
02-414-A-1. Pg. 12. Caption: Keith Sabey sent his 24 ft. totem pole down to its home in West Vancouver last week. Sabey has been working on the totem pole -- his sixth or seventh he says -- for the past three months in front of his home in Emerald Estates. It was made out of Western Cedar, the traditional wood for making totem poles among native people. At top is a thunderbird, followed by an owl, bear (with a salmon in its paws still to be added), hum and whale. Sabey says he doesn't painstakingly plan where he will place each figure -- he just "whittles away."

Week of September 20, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to exercising on a mini trampoline and with weight machines; punching bags; portraits; Whistler Cay Heights; golfing; construction; band playing; roads; children's activities; drinking at a pub; cars; houses; cabin on fire; firefighters; bartending course
Appears in September 13, 1984 issue:
02-416-B-26. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] The Raines: Willy, Charley, Nancy and Al, returned to Whistler just before school started after two years in Crans, Montana, Switzerland. Al and Nancy were ski instructors in the 1,500-person resort while the 14-year-old twins went to school in the French speaking community.
02-416-B-20. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] Rebecca Renfrew, Computer Programmer, Alpine Meadows.
02-416-B-25. Pg. 14. Caption: [middle] Hatto Horn, Chef, Alta Vista.
02-416-B-22. Pg. 14. Caption: [right] Barbara Voncina, Housekeeper, Tapley's Farm.
Appears in September 20, 1984 issue:
02-416-E-14. Pg. 1. Caption: Whistler Fire Department members Craig Barker (left) and Dave Steers were among the 22 firemen who rushed to the burning house at 9516 Emerald Drive early Sunday afternoon. Although the blaze appeared to be extinguished, it re-ignited early Monday morning.
02-416-E-23. Pg. 3. Caption: [left] Only the charred frame of Brian Fitzgerald's house remains after a fire quickly swept through it Sunday. The blaze took less than one-half hour to engulf the house.
02-416-E-27. Pg. 3. Caption: [right] (Below) Fitzgerald had removed much of the furniture from the house but what was left behind didn't survive the fire.
02-416-C-29. Pg. 8. Caption: Kin Lalat, a quintet of exiled Guatamalen musicians, entertained a sympathetic audience Sunday at the Pemberton Legion. The group uses traditional instruments including marimbas, maracas, drums and guitar, and a gives a strong outside voice to freedom-fighting Guatamalens.
02-416-D-29. Pg. 10. Caption: About 45 modified competition cars gathered here again this year for the Burnaby/Coquitlam Motorsport Association hill climb and rally over the weekend. Entrants ranged from formula cars to souped-up Datsuns.
02-416-E-5. Pg. 11. Caption: Dave Schock, from Great West Distillers, talked about small wineries and distilleries competing in an international market with multinationals at the Chamber of Commerce meeting in the Crystal Lodge last Tuesday. As well, the chamber announced it is raising its membership fees this year. Individual fees rise from $35 to $50, and corporate fees from $100-$135. Corporations can also pay fees quarterly which would work out to $150.
02-416-A-9. Pg. 14. Caption: New Delta Mountain Inn general manager Glen Bogden (left) was welcomed to the business community at a small cocktail party last Wednesday. Sjaan DiLalla from Crystal Lodge is introduced by Delta sales manager Charles Ku. Bowden comes to the Delta chain from Edmonton.
02-416-A-16. Pg. 18. Caption: [left] Kay Beckon, Waitress Brio, Wendy Downes, Longhorn manager, Alta Vista.
02-416-A-13. Pg. 18. Caption: [right] Kevin Burton with son Chris, Bartender, Brio.
02-416-A-15. Pg. 18. Caption: [bottom] Mark Angus, Pascal Tiphine and Umberto Menghi were jointly asked Whistler's Answers this week. Although they all agreed that yes, we need more cultural events here, they disagreed on the type of house wine village restaurants should use.
02-416-C-11. Pg. 21. Caption: Bartending course student Sandy Vallender practices the fine art of making a layered liqueur drink. Ross Smith, instructor of the three week course offered through Capilano College, teaches the 12 students everything they need to know about tending a bar professionally -- including the recipe for a perfect Martini.
02-416-A-024. [Foreground from left to right: unknown and Cheryl Morningstar, background from left to right: Russ Shepherd and Lindsay Wilson]
02-416-A-025. [From left to right: unknown, Wayne [Dichicson?],Doug Walsh, and Kathy MacAlister]
02-416-A-026. [From left to right: Jan DeLilla, Lindsay Wilson, unknown, and unknown]
02-416-A-029. [From left to right: Lorne Borgal, unknown, unknown]
02-416-A-031. [Ken Newington]

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 November 22, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to construction of the municipal salt shed; Blackcomb staff; Blackcomb Mountain opening day; skiing; chairlift; houses; musicians playing; Snow Hosts; Willie Catfish
Appears in December 2, 1982 issue:
02-292-5. Pg. 13. Caption: Doug Fox
Appears in November 25, 1982 issue:
02-292-89. Pg. 1. Caption: Hearty congratulations were in order for Mayor-elect Mark Angus Saturday, Nov. 20 at his well-attended victory party. Roger Moxley (right) was just one of the many well-wishers.
02-292-23. Pg. 3. Caption: Dave O'Keefe
02-292-19. Pg. 3. Caption: Terry Rodgers
02-292-40. Pg. 3. Caption: Mark Angus
02-292-58. Pg. 3. Caption: Bill Peterson
02-292 -??. Pg. 3. Caption: Bernie Hauschka
02-292-72. Pg. 7. Caption: Viv Jennings and family survey the remains of their Mercury wagon that was partly demolished on Nov. 18 by a large snow removal machine in Whistler Village.
02-292-30. Pg. 8. Caption: Blackcomb's 1982/83 Snow Hosts -- the on-mountain P.R. people that provide information, guide tours and much more to Blackcomb Mountain visitors. Shown here Mike Rodgers, Deb Gerlach, Linda Turcot (Assistant Supervisor), Shelley Phelan (Public Relations Co-ordinator), Valerie Lang (Racing and Special Events Co-ordinator), Megan Armstrong, Andrea Houston, Bob MacIntosh. Not Show is Kent Rideout.
02-292-78. Pg. 10. Caption: Lead singer from Willie Catfish belts it out into the mouth of the mascot at the Brass Rail Saturday, Nov. 20.
02-292-113. Pg. 11. Caption: After a long time away from slippery slats skiers ventured cautiously on Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains' opening day Friday, Nov. 19.
02-292-5. Pg. 13. Caption: Doug Fox
02-292-47. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] John Bartosik, Professional Freelance Photographer, High Forest.
02-292-43. Pg. 14. Caption: [middle] Shawn lIng, Ski Technician, Alpine Meadows.
02-292-48. Pg. 14. Caption: [right] Jeff Wuolle, Property Manager, Alpine Meadows.
02-292-94. Pg. 14. Caption: [bottom] Mayor Pat Carleton unveils a plaque commemorating the opening of his namesake, the Carleton Lodge, which opened Nov. 21.
02-292-7. Pg. 16. Caption: Work gets underway on a municipal salt shed, which was raised a few eyebrows because of its location in the Mons industrial area.
02-292-76. Pg. 20. Caption: Mac Pac Ad Nesters

Week of November 8, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to sculpture of old man; meeting; cars; musicians playing; Sid Young; Pat Carleton; Whistler Village; Ski Swap; the Community Club Fall Fair; Whistler Rotary Club Auction; Remembrance Day
Appears in November 11, 1982 issue:
02-294-93. Pg. 1. Caption: Davey Blaylock tries his hand at running the show, with a little help from Mayor Pat Carleton. Witnessing the change in who hold the gavel are (L to R) Mark Jennings, Jake Humphrey and Justin Adams. The kindergarten class visited the Mayor in his chambers, which he has occupied for seven years b before deciding to step down on Nov. 20.
02-294-28. Pg. 2. Caption: [repeats in other issues] Ida Noze.
02-294-19. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Mark Angus ... new blood welcomed
02-294-9. Pg. 3. Caption: [middle] Diane Eby ... caught in the middle.
02-294-18. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Sid Young ... keep the project going.
02-294-96. Pg. 9. Caption: Butcher John MacLeod carves a few slices for the new meat and seafood market at The Grocery Store. Macleod, who has been a meat man for ten years, reports that will offer low-nitrate bacon and sausages made on location.
02-294-54. Pg. 10. Caption: Charlie Doyle (right) wailed it out with Foot in the Door Saturday, Nov. 6 -- a packed Stumps lounge like it;s never been packed before. Accompanying on guitar is Mark Schnaidt.
02-294-21. Pg. 11. Caption: It was a mad, mad, mad, mad crowd at the Whistler Mountain Ski Club annual ski swap Sunday, Nov. 7. Bargain hunters were not disappointed with the tremendous selection of ski equipment at real recession prices.
02-294-85. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] Drew Meredith, Alta Vista, Real Estate sales.
02-294-71. Pg. 14. Caption: [middle] Dave Buchan, Mons, Real Estate sales.
02-294-83. Pg. 14. Caption: [right] Ted Nebbeling, Alta Vista, Businessman.

Week of November 22, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to the Beauvallon Club; winter traffic; fashion show; band playing; darts; group photo; drinking at the pub; portraits; chairlift; downhill skiing; family photo; evening event at bar; Whistler Winterhawks Benefit; Whistler Valley Housing Society Project
Appears in November 22, 1984 issue:
02-389-69. Pg. 1. Caption: [bottom] Bill Herdman of North Vancouver takes major airtime on Blackcomb Saturday, just off Catskinner. There was some new snow over the weekend and skiers responded by hitting the slopes in favorable numbers -- Whistler and Blackcomb report that in the first 10 days of skiing, more than 27,000 skier-days were recorded. Both lift companies are this winter offering a number of special programs, including lessons, orientation days for destination tourists, and speciality clinics for already accomplished skiers. Blackcomb is still offering a special discount rate on season's passes for valley employees. Conditions to qualify for the $340 pass ($100 off) are that the employee works for a member of the Whistler Resort Association and Chamber of Commerce, and works a minimum of 20 hours a week.
02-389-46. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Seppo Making won a prize at Friday's Whistler WInterhawks Benefit at Dusty's but decided to let organizers draw another name for ski lessons on Whistler. That's the spirit Seppo.
02-389-13. Pg. 7. Caption: Five models -- four women and a man -- modelled 30 new outfits at a fashion show at the Sundial Friday night. The models came from Blanche MacDonald modelling agency in Vancouver, and according to owner Sharon Donair, they were the best available, one of them recently returned from Japan, another from Milan and others destined for great success in the modelling world.
02-389-87. Pg. 8. Caption: Nello and Jenny Busdon, as well as their two children, Nicholas and Melanie, bid farewell to Whistler Nov. 30 when the family moves down to Sun Valley in Idaho. After 17 years in Whistler, where the couple saw the community develop from 100 residents to more than 1,800 r, the couple caught the travelling bug after seeing many of their friends in Whistler move to other areas. A special roast in honour of Nello and Jenny's involvement in the community was held Wednesday evening in The Black Forest. Details of the roast, which saw 150 turn out to recall the couple's involvement in Whistler, will be in next week's paper.
02-389-42. Pg .11. Caption: The Whistler Winterhawks raised more than $1,800 at an overwhelmingly successful fundraiser Friday in Dusty's. One hundred and fifty team supporters turned out for the event and danced to the music of The Questionnaires. Nearly one quarter of the supporters also wen home with prizes ranging from a Whistler Mountain season's pass and ski lessons to computer courses and hats. Werner Defilla, Whistler food services manager, and Margi McGraw, valley food service manager, also helped organize the most successful fundraiser in the history of the squad.
02-389-29. Pg. 12. Caption: Whistler Springs won't open until 1985 after below freezing temperatures and heavy snow caused construction workers to halt pouring concrete for the facilities outdoor soaking pools.
02-389-62. Pg. 13. Caption: During the first 10 days of ski season, Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains combined for a total of 27,311 skier days. Meanwhile, the Whistler Association reports room bookings for December, January and February which are already ahead of last year's actual. December is 56 per cent booked, January 60 per cent and 72 per cent of the rooms are already spoken for in February.
02-389-55. Pg. 16. Caption: W.P. Kinsella.

Week of August 16, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to portraits; Todd McPhalen; band playing in Whistler Village; medals; town planning meeting; bike race; baseball; Cheakamus Challenge; the Melloyds acapella group; Music Festival
Appears in August 16, 1984 issue:
02-421-B-18. Pg. 1. Caption: [left] Dennis Morris, Alta Vista resident protested the proposal.
02-421-E-8. Pg. 1. Caption: [right] The Melloyds, an a cappella group, grabbed the spotlight as one of the most entertaining acts during the weekend Music Festival.
02-421-B-20. Pg. 2. Caption: Jan HOlmber points out the merits of his proposal to turn his Alta Vista home into a 40-seat restaurant at Monday night's public meeting.
02-421-A-29. Pg. 3. Caption: [middle right] A wide variety of musical acts took part in the festival including (below) Olatunji, and band featuring African drums and dancing.
02-421-C-16. Pg. 3. Caption: [middle left] And Vancouver's rock powerhouse, Jim Byrnes, created a local following after juste one show Saturday.
02-421-F-29. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] At bottom is Mojo, which performed Saturday in Mountain Square to a rock/rhythm and blues-minded crowd, and Sunday at the Longhorn.
02-421-C-6. Pg. 5. Caption: Legion 277 form Squamish finished in third place Sunday in the Tapley's A's Fastball Tournament. Legion lost to K and D Furniture in the double knock-out tournament and the big winner of $800 in first prize money was The Coach House from North Vancouver. The Coach House squad defeated K and D 9-1 in the championship game. Cliffside Buds finished in fourth place and Tapley's A's in fifth in the 12-team, two-day tourney.
02-421-E-3. Pg. 7. Caption: [left] Cyclist Tom Broznowski of Seattle, above left, was one of 93 competitors in Whistler last Thursday and Friday for the Lowenbrau 1984 International Cycling Series. Broznowski eventually won the series, which finished in Gastown on Sunday. He had the best time in the Vancouver-Whistler road race and the White Gold criterium.
02-421-D-9. Pg. 7. Caption: [right] At right, Canadian national team member Martin Willock awaits the pack in the White Gold criterium after changing a flat. Hillock was declared King of the Mountain by posting the best total time on specified uphill sprints during the road races.
02-421-D-23. Pg. 8. Caption: [top] Cyclists in Friday evening's White gold criterium race averaged about 37 km/hr in the 50km event. Ninety-three racers from the Lower Mainland, the rest of Canada and other parts of the world took part in the criterium, which was part of a five-event series that ended Sunday in Gastown.
02-421-A-10. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom] Todd McPhalen, Whistler cyclist.
02-421-A-6. Pg. 9. Caption: Whistler windsurfer Sue Cameron picked up four medals at the Western Hemisphere Championships (District 11) on Chestier Lake in Calgary over the weekend. Cameron, who plans to enter professional competition, placed high in there separate events to pick up the overall crown. The championships will be aired on Sept. 8 on CTV.
02-421-B-17. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] John Bartosik, photographer, Whistler Centre.
02-421-A-19. Pg. 14. Caption: [middle] Barry Johnson, Carpenter, Alpha Lake Village.

Week of January 24, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to portraits; ski racing podium; snowman; dancing in Whistler Village; volleyball; trophy; Gene Garcia band playing; igloo-building; snow sculptures; tubing race; downhill ski race; dancing; alcohol; game requiring players to wear one snowshoe and one ski while playing hockey with a broom; mascot; Corporate Cup; Impound Yard; Fleischmann Cup; Schlasswicken race
Appears in January 27, 1983 issue:
02-329-163. Pg. 1. Caption: Ah, for the delectable treat of glaced salmon, especially when it's been served up through two hours of hard work by the Envirocon team during Saturday's Corporate Cup. This jaunty fellow was the first-place finisher out of 27 entries in the ice sculpture contest. See story page 7.
02-329-186. Pg. 6. Caption: Ian Ray of Squamish gets to know the big root bear he won for being the youngest in attendance at Whistler Corporate Cup awards ceremony Jan. 22. Ian, age 2, was a little leary of sudden press coverage and not willing to comment.
02-329-61. Pg. 7. Caption: [top] Mayor Mark Angus and Laurier Lapierre use their best judgement during the ice sculpture contest, while Umberto Menghi pauses in the background to tally up his results.
02-329-127. Pg. 7. Caption: [middle] Inner tube pullers are put to the test in another fun contest -- Sliding Inflation.
02-329-194. Pg. 7. Caption: [bottom left] The winners -- Envirocon -- haul away their well-earned loot at closing ceremonies Saturday evening.
02-329-73. Pg. 7. Caption: [bottom right] (Counterclockwise from below) Rene Gauthier of SunLife and Roy Adams of Molson's obviously enjoy their sponsorship of the Whistler Corporate Cup.
02-329-48. Pg. 9. Caption: Sue Worden of Body Works puts a group of Corporate Cup die-hards through the paces in Village Square Saturday.
02-329-22. Pg. 12. Caption: Teeing up a t-shirt, Jules Belanger and owners Claire and Chuck Kinglet of Brick Shirt House have had a busy first week in Crystal Lodge. The shop, which features made-to-order designs and a fascinating selection of ready-made heat transfers is open 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Sunday to Thursday and 9a.m.-9p.m. Friday and Saturday.
02-329-173. Pg. 13. Caption: Crowds of all ages enjoyed the rhythms of the Gene Garcia Band at The Brass Rail during Corporate Cup weekend.
02-329-21. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] Alexander Fordham, Grade One Student, Whiski Jack.
02-329-16. Pg. 14. Caption: [middle] Bob Daly, School Principal, Alpine Meadows.
02-329-30. Pg. 14. Caption: [right] Melanie Causation, Village Employee, Pemberton.
02-329-207. Pg. 17. Caption: Puffing participant reaches for a cold one at Schlasswicken race on Blackcomb Mountain Jan. 23.
02-329-62. Pg. 19. Caption: Loath to leave, one of his sculptors gives E.T. a good-bye kiss before they both go home. The extra-terrestrial visitor made his stope at Whistler during Whistler Corporate Cup snow sculpture competition Jan. 22. This year, unlike las year, the statues lasted the night and are still gracing the practice fairway.
02-329-93. Pg. 22. Caption: The remains of Christmas pile up at local dumps as residents remain ignorant -- or too lazy -- to take them to the proper site. Christmas trees and other large disposable items should be taken to the Cheakamus dum 1/2 km east of Highway 99, across from the Function Junction turn-off.

Week of January 17, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to cross-country skiing; Snowcat; Tom Barratt; portraits; rainy day in Whistler Village; Blackcomb; McConkey cup series downhill skiing; helicopter; heli-skiing; ski race; firemen; drinking at party; dancing; Coast Mountain Telemark pro series
Appears in January 20, 1983 issue:
02-330-49. Pg. 1. Caption: Rainy weather did not dampen the view of Whistler from Lands Minister Anthony Brummet, during his tour of Whistler Tuesday, Jan. 18. Accompanied here by (l to r) Mayor Mark Angus, Assistant Deputy Land Minister Chris Gray and WRA Executive Director Earl Hansen. Brummet toured the Village which his ministry will soon have direct involvement with. It was Brummet's first visit to Whistler.
02-330-85. Pg. 3. Caption: At the invitation of Mayor Mark Angus, the infamous talk show host Jack Webster paid a visit to the equally infamous Resort Municipality of Whistler on Tuesday, Jan 11. Webster toured the town, interviewed residents and visitors alike and came out of the entire experience with a rather favourable impression. His reaction to Whistler? "Very impressive!"
02-330-62. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Roger Moxley, Union Labourer, West Side Road.
02-330-67. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Stan Hammond, Non-union Carpenter, High Forest.
02-330-56. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Dave Lalik, Union Carpenter, High Forest.
02-330-55. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom] Lorne Greenaway, MP of Cariboo-Chilcotin, visited Whistler Tuesday, Jan. 18 to discuss issues with local residents. His views on Whistler will be featured in next week's Whistler Question.
02-330-158. Pg. 9. Caption: All hands were on deck for the first series in the third annual Boat Races between Whistler and Blackcomb Mountains, Wednesday, Jan. 12 at the Longhorn Pub. Crowds cheered the Blackcomb team on to victory in the Women's and All-Star (mixed team) events. Whistler Mountain personnel were the top tipplers in the men's division and will have a chance to regain the All-Star title Wednesday, March 2 at the Bavarian Inn.
02-330-65. Pg. 10. Caption: Over 200 applicants turned out at the Keg Monday, Jan. 17 for a variety of jobs being offered by the restaurant. The Keg is scheduled to open its doors sometime in early February.
02-330-24. Pg. 11. Caption: Cross-country skiers kick out over the new trail system around Lost Lake on a sunny Sunday afternoon. The same trail was the scene of a 20km race earlier in the day.
02-330-141. Pg. 16. Caption: Have your cleaned your chimney lately? If not, these fellows may pay you a visit shortly. Fire Inspectors Gerry Fosty reports there have been four chimney fires at Whistler since the New Year -- all of them preventable. Be on the safe side and have your chimney cleaned at least twice a year if you use your fireplace frequently.
02-330-77. Pg. 20. Caption: [top] Patti Morris, Lift Host, Blackcomb.
02-330-71. Pg. 20. Caption: [bottom left] Ron Cusik, Ski Shop, Blackcomb.
02-330-73. Pg. 20. Caption: [bottom right] Bill Ruehl, Vehicle Maintenance, Blackcomb.

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