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Week of February 14, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to helicopter; chairlift; skiing on Whistler Mountain; portraits; band playing; shoveling snow in front of the Liquor Store; bathroom; collapsed house; John Paine; planning meeting; dinner event; The Delta Mountain Inn; car accidents; ski race; firemen; Doug & the Slugs
Appears in February 17, 1983 issue:
02-325-111. Pg. 1. Caption: [top] Buildings collapsed like houses of cards, and cars were thrown like toys about the streets when the village of lIons Bay was battered by a wall of water surging down the normally tiny Alberta Creek. After the wave had passed, two people were left dead, five were injured and dozens were forced to leave their homes.
02-325-162. Pg. 1. Caption: [bottom] See Caption above.
02-325-140. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Dr. Kindree (right) points out some of the options at Friday's transportation meeting.
02-325-15. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Canada's Governor-General Ed Schreyer (second from right) hit the slopes of Whistler Mountain Tuesday, Feb. 17. Both he and Mrs. Schreyer received some tips from Bob Dufour (left) and Dave Murray (right) while enjoying their five-day vacation.
02-325-152. Pg. 6. Caption: After serving 65 pancake breakfasts at Stoney's Saturday, Feb. 12 these hungry Rotarians sat down to a feast of their own. (Left to right) Richard Heine, Brian Brown, Floyd Elmer Friesen, Paul Burrows, Jeff Wuolle and John Paine help raise hundreds of dollars for Rotary.
02-325-97. Pg. 7. Caption: A sound "like someone dropping a huge sheet of metal" turned out to be an explosion which destroyed cubicle number three in the women's washroom of the Longhorn Pub Thursday, Feb. 10. A similar explosive device was used to blow up a garbage can in the Longhorn Saturday, Feb. 12 and a 31-year-old New Westminster man, Clifford Michael Balkwilll, has been charged with use of a dangerous explosive in connection with the second incident. The explosives, known as "fish salutes" are manufactured for anglers to scare seals away from their prey.
02-325-64. Pg. 8. Caption: Happy to accept the first reservation at Crystal Lodge, manager Sjaan Dilalla books in two families for opening night Friday, Feb. 18. Twenty-nine of the lodge's 46 rooms will open this weekend.
02-325-48. Pg. 9. Caption: The Japanese version of Johnny Carson was being filmed at Blackcomb Mountain Monday, Feb. 14. Akio Kobayashi, a T.V. personality and Sachiko Sakulay, an actress, are on Willie Whistler's right and Miss Ski Japan, Yukali Yamada and host Tommy Yakota stand on his left.
02-325-81. Pg. 10. Caption: Visiting the Wet Coast from Ottawa these skiers gave in to the weather Friday, Feb. 11 just before Whistler Mountain closed. (Left to right) Scott and Jessie Marshall and Linda & Doug Saunder went looking for dryer pasttimes.
02-325-141. Pg. 12. Caption: [left] Jon Paine, Structural Engineer, Emerald Estates.
02-325-146. Pg. 12. Caption: [middle] Mike Cleven, Musician, Emerald Estates.
02-325-103. Pg. 12. Caption: [right] Art Reid, Professional Engineer, North Vancouver.
02-325-161. Pg. 13. Caption: Jim and Marilyn Mead ... communication is the answer.
02-325-42. Pg. 15. Caption: Let's get Springfit! Adult Education classes in fitness continue with instructors (left to right) Debi Mitchell, Jan Alsop and Shelley Cerasaro. These ladies will take you through a vigorous program of warm-ups, aerobic workouts, calisthenics and stretching. See adult ed news for times.

Week of June 1, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to newborn baby; portraits; car by the lake; swimming in the lake; band and musicians in Whistler Village; windsurfing; children
Appears in June 3, 1982 issue:
02-285-44. Pg. 1. Caption: Val Lang takes a pause that refreshes on Sunday afternoon to listen to the brassy sounds of Bruce Nicholson, Richard Chisholm, Andrew Clayden and Murray Crewe. The Whistler Brass Quartet comprises some of the UBC students here for the summer music program. See story page 7.
02-285-65. Pg. 6. Caption: John Machine takes a break in the shade at Whistler Country Guides' new concession stand at Wayside Park. Canoe and paddle boat rentals and homemade goodies are available.
02-285-50. Pg. 7. Caption: These tiny tots took a sunny moment on Sunday afternoon to enjoy the last of the daffodils in Village Square.
02-285-13. Pg. 8. Caption: [top left] Sloane Hansen, Student, White Gold Estates.
02-285-8. Pg. 8. Caption: [top middle] Patrice Couture, Construction Worker, Alpine Meadows.
02-285-6. Pg. 8. Caption: [top right] Mike Petrus, Waiter, White Gold Estates.
02-285-36. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom left] Jimmy Wharin, Doorman, Whistler Vale.
02-285-5. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom middle] Al Davis, Artist, Function Junction.
02-285-31. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom right] Pierre Trudeau, Contractor, Alpine Meadows.
02-285-62. Pg. 11. Caption: All it takes is an appearance of Old Sol to fill the beaches at Alta Lake. Whether it's inner tubing, windsurfing, or just soaking' up a few rays, Whistlerites seem to have a natural knack for the beach life.
02-285-26. Pg. 13. Caption: Whistler's newest resident, one-week-old Christopher Glyn Roberts, joins mom (Shayne) and Dad (Dave) for a family portrait.

Week of March 1, 1984 [2]

Photographs including but not limited to accordion player; bar; drinking; flowers; drinks; Black Forest Restaurant grand opening; McConkey's Cup
Appears in March 1, 1984 issue:
02-366-12. Pg. 1. Caption: Ernest G. Rilling, accordion players, kept everyone tapping to the Bavarian beat last Thursday in the Black Forest Restaurant's grand opening. Whistle rites crowded Herbert Niemann's new location in Whistler Village's Crystal Lodge and enjoyed champagne and hors d'oeuvres.
02-366-68. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] The unsafe safe.
02-366-75. Pg. 9. Caption: Live entertainment continues at Mountain House Cabaret with Juan Trak through until Sunday evening.
02-366-63. Pg. 12. Caption: Jean Louis Arsenault takes off for some air time at Tod Mountain.
02-366-37. Pg. 17. Caption: Potter Ron Tribe, recently returned from Italy, is displaying some of his work at Inge's until March 15. His latest work, above, was completed last week and uses some fresh new techniques. The two part piece actually has a tin metal skin and a texture Tribe describes as "inviting to the touch". The North Vancouver artist has avowed a modernist and marine-influenced style.

Week of February 9, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to portraits; balloons in Whistler Village; Lorne Borgal; snowcat; giant tent; man singing with ski poles in performance; dancing; drinking; homemade plane; windsurfing on frozen lake; Winterfest; Molson World Cup of Downhill; skating; Canadian Pacific Railway; finish hut at World Cup of Downhill; ladder
Appears in February 9, 1984 issue:
02-369-1. Pg. 1. Caption: The craziest new business in town is Cat Balloon, a service that delivers bouquets of balloons to parties, friends and just about anywhere. Debbi Jensen (above right) and Al Fischer started the unique service last week, and on Sunday passed out free balloons to kids in the village. Their balloons are guaranteed to stay aloft 14 hours.
02-369-165. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Brett Connolly was hard at work last Thursday on Popeye's, a new disco-restaurant planned for the Village Square entrance of Crystal Lodge. Herbert Neimann, principle of the Black Forest, says that Popeye's will have an A liquor licence and have seating for 100 people on three levels. He expects it to be open for World Cup.
02-369-61. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Winterfest General Manager Brian Moran, left, puts in the first Rotary Club lottery ticket into one of the five kiosks set-up around Whistler as Lindsay Wilson, Rotary Club member, looks on. Along with several bonus draws, luck winner of the lottery will have a dual mountain pass for life. The specially built kiosks have been erected in Village Entrance, Carlton Lodge, Backcomb's Daylodge and on Whistler's Gondola and Roundhouse.
02-369-113. Pg. 5. Caption: Kalman Horvath just can't get enough wind-surfing in during the summer. So the 15-year-old Pemberton High student took there old skates, a piece of plywood and fashioned himself an ice-board.
02-369-115. Pg. 6. Caption: The buzzing noise you may have heard Saturday and Sunday was this ultralight, piloted by its designer Larry Corme of Surrey. The 250 lb. Beaver is powered by a 28 hp motor and was able to take off and land safely on Alta Lake.
02-369-8. Pg. 8. Caption: [left] Gabe Bandel, Computer Technician, Vancouver.
02-369-9. Pg. 8. Caption: [middle] Lexi Spacek, Art Student, Santa Barbara, California.
02-369-12. Pg. 14. Caption: [bottom] Freestyle bump skiers Terri Schlingloff and Brenda Desnoyers moguled their way to medals at an amateur competition at Hemlock Valley Saturday.
02-369-71. Pg. 15. Caption: Stumps was a hoppin' last Tuesday night with its first ever air band contest. Groups of boisterous Whistlerites banded together and play their favourite tunes -- sans instruments and sans vocal chords. The winner, by a country shout, was Billy Idol (aka Jeff Tuttle) who, along with band members Dave Budka, J.D., and Jean Haghi, performed White Wedding. The crowd love's. Runner up was the Superbs, a group organized at the last minute, composed of Val Lang, Shelley Phalanx and Janet (Brillo) Brough. It was a great show but afterward everyone was asking: when's the next one?
02-369-39. Pg. 16. Caption: That funny looking vehicle zipping around Whistler Village last Thursday wasn't your usual all-terrain carrier. IT was a Hagglunds all-terrain carrier developed for the Swedish Army. Now exported throughout the world, the $140,000 vehicle can ford streams, drive at 35 mph on the highway, slog through snow, and generally go anywhere. Driver Dave Brand forded Fitzsimmons Creek last Thursday and the Hagglunds crossed as if it were going over the Prairies.
02-369-182. Pg. 17. Caption: Workmen put the finishing touches on the World Cup Timing shed at the gondola base.

Week of February 21, 1985

Photographs including but not limited to Team Canada Men's Alpine Team; portraits; art show; reading; band playing; houses
Appears in February 21, 1985 issue:
02-377-42. Pg. 1. Caption: Long John Baldry goin' strong at The Longhorn Sunday.
02-377-19. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] During an introductory press conference Sunday at Crystal Lodge, Todd Brooker (far left) introduces members of the Canadian Men's Alpine Team: (left to right) Felix Belcyzk, Chris Kent, Paul Boivin, Chris McIver and Jim Kirby. See stories pages 10 and 19.
02-377-2. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom right] Ministry of Environment, Tony Brummet.
02-377-18. Pg. 8. Caption: Judson Beaumont's untitled floor piece in wood, arboreta and copper (foreground) and Theresa Henry's Star Valentine were just two of the many pieces featured during Art '85 last weekend at Myrtle Philip School.
02-377-64. Pg. 11. Caption: Cheryl Young is the new director of sales for the Conference Centre. She will be working out of the Whistler Resort Association's Vancouver office.
02-377-22. Pg. 18. Caption: [left] Susan Canaga, Systems analyst, Auburn, Wash.
02-377-13. Pg. 18. Caption: [middle] Jan Seger, Ski instructor, White Gold.
02-377-14. Pg. 18. Caption: [right] Larry Hryshk, Student, Winnipeg.
02-377-48. Pg. 20. Caption: Canadian bluesman Long John Baldry and crew crank it out at The Longhorn Sunday.