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Week of August 17, 1981

Photographs including but not limited to construction crane fallen into Green Lake; drinking; dancing; party; Inside Out Tennis Tournament; mountain views; Saturday nights at Club 10;
Appears in August 20, 1981 issue:
02-166-10. Pg. 1. Caption: L&A Contracting CAT 225 loader sits in the waters of Green Lake after road widening ledge collapsed on August 11.
02-166-30. Pg. 7. Caption: Dave Cathers exhibits fine form during the mixed double finals at the Inside Out Tennis Tournament.
02-166-34. Pg. 8. Caption: [top] The Swimmers and sunbathers on the beach and the new dock...
02-166-33. Pg. 8. Caption: [middle] ... the campers who continue to use the area as a campground...
02-166-32. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom] ... and the bears who keep pushing the toilets over in their search for garbage.
02-166-13. Pg. 10. Caption: Four ladies beat the heat by boogieing in wet T-shirts at Club 10 Saturday night.
02-166-5. Pg. 15. Caption: Whistler Question publisher Paul Burrows loads one of the 40 bags of mail that left the Post Office on August 12 after the mail strike was over.
02-166-44. Pg. 16. Caption: Hilda Davey and daughter-in-law Nancy smilingly await the arrival of the new soft ice cream machine at Hilda's Deli which recently re-opened in the Village centre.
02-166-41. Pg. [20]. Caption: [bottom right] While those closer to the scene saw water bombers fighting the blaze.

Week of July 13, 1981

Photographs including but not limited to car accidents; musicians; band; cycling race; clown; Canada Day parade; construction; Whistler Village; baseball; Men's Fast Ball League; town planning; motorcycles; picnic; underwater rescue; Whistler Resort & Club; houses; tennis; BC Tel Building; Creekside
Appears in July 16, 1981 issue:
02-174-128. Pg. 1. Caption: [top] RCMP divers prepare to search the lake.
02-174-84. Pg. 1. Caption: [bottom] Goodale's 1977 Subaru after it was pulled from Green Lake.
02-174-169. Pg. 3. Caption: The $300,000, three-room addition to Myrtle Philip School begins to take shape.
02-174-83. Pg. 4. Caption: [bottom] Len Tye, the new Director of Planning for the Land Company.
02-174-13. Pg. 6. Caption: [top] With Martin Willock out front, Bernie Willock in second and Paul Tettamanti in third, 60 cyclists pedalled into Whistler July 11.
02-174-200. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Bernie Willock, overall winner of the Molson's Whistler Bicycle Race.
02-174-191. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom] Martin Willock, second place holder.
02-174-176. Pg. 7. Caption: [top left] Betty Vogler, winner of the women's singles.
02-174-178. Pg. 7. Caption: [top right] Phil Carriere, winner of the men's singles.
02-174-45. Pg. 7. Caption: [bottom left] Brent Grimm all read for a good hit ... but without a bat?
02-174-61. Pg. 7. Caption: [bottom right] Neil Mawdsley chucks a fancy ball to...
02-174-74. Pg. 8. Caption: Gary Raymond, Municipal Treasurer.
02-174-77. Pg. 9. Caption: Charlie Doyle entertains at the Whistler Answer Benefit Monday Night at Mountain House Cabaret.
02-174-28. Pg. 10. Caption: Bobo the Clown takes kids for a tour around Whistler Town Centre.
02-174-87. Pg. 11. Caption: Mutley, the poodle enjoys the ride up to Whistler as part of the Greater Vancouver Motorcycle Club's Cariboo Trail Ride that saw 320 bikes here at a rally on July 11.
02-174-4. Pg. 14. Caption: Craig Johnson of Whistler managed to escape unhurt when his 1978 Ford Bronco took a 1,000 foot fall off Black Tusk Road. Payless Towing of North Vancouver had to be hired to haul the vehicle up.
02-174-99. Pg. 16. Caption: Birthday boys Murray Coates (left) and Doug Schull cut their giant cake.
02-174-111. Pg. 17. Caption: Peter Andrew, Willy Schaeffler, Nelson Bennett, Bob Bartley, Bill McCance, Lorne O'Connor, Boyd Stuwe and John Hanna discuss the new downhill course plan.
02-174-115. Pg. 18. Caption: Ross Judge, winner of the junior division in the Molson's Whistler International Bicycle Race held July 11 and 12.
02-174-198. Pg. [20]. Caption: Contestants in the Molson's Whistler International Bicycle Race approach finish line at Blackcomb Day Lodge.

Week of May 28, 1981 [2]

Photographs including but not limited to moving Muni Hall; dinner party; drinking; town planning; Daisy Lake; biking; construction
Appears in May 28, 1981 issue:
02-183-10. Pg. 1. Caption: [top] The Keg hist the road on Lorimer.
02-183-22. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Well-wishers at Snook's surprise party.
02-183-29. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Kurt and Maralyn Snook decked out in their Arabian going-away outfits.
02-183-28. Pg. 11. Caption: Kurt and Maralyn Snook in the shiekest garb for the desert at their going-away party in Stoney's back room on Friday, May 22.
02-183-49. Pg. 13. Caption: [top] [Garibaldi - a first anniversary but, not a very happy one] - article title.
02-183-45. Pg. 13. Caption: [bottom] [Garibaldi - a first anniversary but, not a very happy one] - article title.
02-183-60. Pg. 14. Caption: Constable F. Pinnock runs through the bike safety testing course that he and Constable Gabriel of Pemberton set up at MPE on Friday, May 22. Young participants in the recent "Bike for Life" mini-course and several Girl Guides successfully rode their bicycles through the obstacle course to earn certificates for their cycling expertise.
02-183-66. Pg. 16. Caption: [bottom] Workman standing under rising floor strips forms from a maze of steel.
02-183-64. Pg. [20]. Caption: Andrea Wuolle, Sherida Snook, Morag Marshall and Jody Rustad planting one of the many Douglas fir trees around Myrtle Philip Elementary school yard on May 22. Tree seedlings were donated by the Ministry of Forests.

Week of May 4, 1981

Photographs including but not limited to trucks; sleeping child; town planning; Myrtle Philip School; awards; windsurfing on Alta Lake; CAA; Telemark Blackcomb Mountain; skiing; car accident; chairlift; dog; musician playing guitar
Appears in May 7, 1981 issue:
02-186-16. Pg. 1. Caption: Architect Joe Yamauchi and Alderman Mark Angus inspect the model of the Whistler Tower Building planned for Parcel 26. Arrows indicated the controversial tower.
02-186-70. Pg. 3. Caption: Costumed members of the Vancouver Telemark Society practise group telemark turns on the last day of the season.
02-186-59. Pg. 4. Caption: Jody Wick, 10, of Myrtle Philip Elementary, brings out the shine on Ike's tow-truck during the WPTA's successful carwash held May 2.
02-186-22. Pg. 7. Caption: New engineer on staff [Doug Wylie]
02-186-10. Pg. 8. Caption: Peter Grant and his Kenworth. Grant's been truckin' through this valley for four years. "There's more and more work every year," he says.
02-186-52. Pg. 13. Caption: [windsurfer]
02-186-35. Pg. 15. Caption: For being the top MPE artists, not to mention electrically alert, Tami Wick, Rya Kirkwood and Cris Simpson were awarded these framed certificates. Standing behind (l to r) are Ross Dinwoodie, Laroy Watt and Gary Wong.
02-186-76. Pg. 16. Caption: Wreckage of the 280 Z Datsun that Geoff Power was driving when it went out of control and rolled three times in the ditch of Highway 99 near the Northair turnoff. The car belongs to Dave Manson of Vancouver.
02-186-23. Pg. 17. Caption: Bridge over troubled waters! Local contractor Ian Michell recently completed his second pedestrian bridge over 19-Mile Creek in Alpine Meadows. The neighbours certainly appreciate his efforts to solve the local access problem.
02-186-8. Pg. [20]. Caption: Whew! All tuckeredout at the end of the season, Donald Campbell, 4, of North Vancouver decided that the best place for a weary skier to lay his helmetted head was the front step of Jim McConkey's Ski Shop.

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 28, 1981

Photographs including but not limited to Blackcomb Lodge; Blackcomb Mountain; construction; costumes; dancing
Appears in October 1, 1981 issue:
02-207-14. Pg. 1. Caption: Blackcomb Lodge's 'Hotel" sign makes strange reading in a half finished state.
02-207-1. Pg. 8. Caption: New appointments at Whistler Mountain Ski Corporation from left to right: Don Murray, assistant to the general manager; David O'Keefe, north side co-ordinator; and Roger McCarthy, alpine co-ordinator.
02-207-31. Pg. 13. Caption: A la 1950's Myrtle Philip school 'Manager' Bob Daly hand out a prize to Tom Beatty and Sharon Berry while Ruth Howells and Andy Petersen look on.
02-207-8. Pg. 17. Caption: The Blackcomb mountaintop restaurant and day lodge sports a new 2600 sq. ft. deck.
02-207-3. Pg. 18. Caption: Grandview Blacktop crew paves the ramp at Backcomb's Chair 1 mid station on September 26.
02-207-21. Pg. 19. Caption: Keith Jamieson hams it up at the Community Club's 50's night.
02-207-20. Pg. 20. Caption: Whistler's best of the 50's -- from left to right: Bob & Sharon Daly, Lindsay Wilson, Jeff Wuolle, Suzanne Wilson and Colleen Wuolle at the Community Club dinner.
02-207-22. [From left to right: unknown, unknown, Glen Rustad, Candy Rustad]
02-207-23. [Evelyn Cullen]
02-207-24. [Franz Carpay is the man at back-right, Beverly Wylie is the woman dancing on the right in the foreground]
02-207-26. [Denis Beauregard is dancing in the background on the left, Sharon Daly and Franz Carpay are dancing behind the two in the foreground in the centre]
02-207-27. [From left to right: Lindsay Wilson and Dave MacPhail]
02-207-28. [Bob Daly is in the foreground on the left in profile, and Ruth Howells is in the back-centre to the left of the man in the bowtie]
02-207-34. [From left to right: unknown, unknown, Suzanne Wilson, unknown]

Week of September 1, 1981

Photographs including but not limited to cars; construction; drinking; Porsche Rally Whistler; town planning; Alta Lake; tennis
Appears in September 3, 1981 issue:
02-213-89. Pg. 1. Caption: [right] Corporal Larry Killaly of Whistler RCMP points to the hole under a large role where the body of Louise Marie Chartrand was found on August 26.
02-213-4. Pg. 3. Caption: Lock out - Laurie Lawson, a janitor for the Howe Sound School District, and his wife Eleanor picket outside Myrtle Philip Elementary School on a rainy Monday. Local 779 of C.U.P.E. are locked out over a wage dispute.
02-213-77. Pg. 4. Caption: Boeing Mixer Drum at Wedge Creek churns out the first batch of asphalt for Emerald Estates subdivision.
02-213-49. Pg. 6. Caption: Porsches got a very close examination by four judges during Saturday's concourse.
02-213-72. Pg. 7. Caption: Michael Bramwell dries himself off and warms up while chatting with Mary Gezon after the Fun Fitness swim August 30. Bramwell finished first with a time of 39.30.
02-213-33. Pg. 9. Caption: This Happy group of California ski club representatives sponsored by Sports America found lots to enjoy during their visit to Whistler. Cara Hooper (centre) of the WRA was their hostess.
02-213-10. Pg. 19. Caption: If you see any of these mugs lighting up let us now -- (L to R) Jan Holmberg, Ted Nebbling, Arv Pellegrin and Jeff Wuolle. Drew Meredith was, interestingly, absent -- but not forgotten.
02-213-29. Pg. 21. Caption: Chef George Bouillon (left) and manager Dave Roberts check out what's cookin' in the Country Kitchen.
02-213-66. Pg. 22. Caption: Swimmers await their numbers prior to the start of the Fun Fitness Swim at Wayside Park on August 30.


Photographs, mainly of the Great Snow Earth Water Race:
1-2. Spectators underneath a chairlift at the Great Snow Earth Water Race.
3-6. Spectators watching competitors running with skis at the Great Snow Earth Water Race.
7-12. Spectators on a bridge over the River of Golden Dreams watching canoers at the Great Snow Earth Water Race.

  1. A crowd of spectators by the River of Golden Dreams watching the Great Snow Earth Water Race.
  2. A crowd lining Alta Lake Road to watch the cycling portion of the Great Snow Earth Water Race.
    15-17. A crowd at the finish line of the Great Snow Earth Water Race.
  3. A crowd at the start line of the Great Snow Earth Water Race.
  4. Spectators watching a man running through a field at the Great Snow Earth Water Race.
  5. A crowd at the finish line of the Great Snow Earth Water Race.
  6. A view of Whistler Village.
  7. St. Andrews House under construction.
  8. Carleton Lodge under construction.
  9. The Hilton Hotel under construction.

Marquise, Raven[crest], Joel, etc.

Photographs of the construction of The Marquise hotel in Upper Village, Ravencrest condominiums in Blueberry Hill, and Chez Joel restaurant. These photographs were likely taken for Whistler Real Estate Co.

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