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- August 1, 1983
Parte deWhistler Question
Photographs including but not limited to Logging Games; portraits; band playing outdoors in Whistler Village; awards at evening event; house interior; homemade airplane; small planes; Pemberton; trucks; Government of Canada Special Recovery Project; setting up for outdoor concert; post boxes; Whistler Resort Association promotional film;
Appears in August 4, 1983 issue:
02-338-107. Pg. 1. Caption: Designer Kurt Warner (center) of Arabesque Tension Structures instructs a group on setting up the WRA's new $15,000 tent at Myrtle Philip School field July 28. The tent is lifted initially by what Warner calls "the world's largest bumper jack" then pulled over by a vehicle or a winch. It can be set up in three hours and collapsed in half the time and can serve as overhead shelter or a band shell.
02-338-126. Pg. 2. Caption: What all of Whistler's been waiting for -- 364 new boxes were installed at the post office July 27. Contractor Richard Vandervinne also added two new security doors while he was at it. The postmaster asked letter-lovers to quell their enthusiasm. Everyone who has applied for a box will be contacted within the next two months.
02-338-64. Pg. 3. Caption: [inset] Don Natanos flies a one-seater plane on Saturday, July 31 as part of an eight-minute promotional film for the Whistler Resort Association. The film is being produced by Petersen Productions.
02-338-72. Pg. 3. Caption: See above.
02-338-38. Pg. 5. Caption: Ernie Hnatiuk ... looking forward to working with WLC.
02-338-26. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Lee-Ann Russell, Village Store Employee, Brio Estates.
02-338-33. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Dennis Waddingham, Village Store Owner, Whistler Cay.
02-338-61. Pg. 6. Caption: [bottom] Paul Burrows, former publisher of The Whistler Question, receives two awards fro Kevin Hamm, publisher of the Northwest Herald in Saskatchewan at the CCNA annual meeting in Winnipeg. The Question was awarded first place for best all-round newspaper and best front page in its circulation class in Canada.
02-338-122. Pg. 7. Caption: [top] Whistler Resort Association's latest purchase, a $15,000 "Arabesque" tent, was put up under the close scrutiny of designer Kurt Warner of Calgary.
02-338-113. Pg. 7. Caption: [middle] on the Myrtle Philip School playing field July 28.
02-338-100. Pg. 7. Caption: [bottom] The tent covers 2400 sq. ft. and is 40 ft. wide and 60ft. high. When everyone has learned the ropes, it should take three people three hours to set up.
02-338-85. Pg. 8. Caption: [top] Small planes line up along the new airstrip in Pemberton (above)
02-338-93. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom] while signs at the entrance announce the federal government's $400,000 grant to improve the landing strip.
02-338-18. Pg. 9. Caption: [top] The Bischoff brothers of Squamish (above) take 10 swings in the Butcher Block competition during Squamish Loggers' Sports Days finals July 31 at the new stadium in Squamish.
02-338-11. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom] Left, two loggers descent just below the speed of gravity in the Pole Climb.
02-338-48. Pg. 10. Caption: With a touch of Irish traditional music blended with their own, (l to r) Geoffrey Kelly, Jay Knudson and John Mann brightened up an already sunny Village Square Sunday. The lively trio hails from Vancouver.
02-338-45. Pg. 13. Caption: Linda Lesch (left) gives a nod of approval to the goodie picked out by Heather Powell-Long, 3, at the community centre bake sale Sunday, while Chani Long, 5, and Taya James, 9, consider their choices. $149 was raised for the project.
- October 25, 1984
Parte deWhistler Question
Photographs including but not limited to portraits; Paul Burrows; David Murray; Felix Belychek; Gary Athans; Glen Wurtel; Lorne Borgal; Gondola Village Construction; helicopter; mountain views; fire; firefighters; waterfall and river rapids; small airplane crash; Rotary Club; Susan Musgrave poetry reading
Appears in October 25, 1984 issue:
02-411-B-2. Pg. 1. Caption: Burning debris coming out of a chimney at this Drifter Way house started a fire that caused an estimated $50,000 damage according to Whistler's fire chief Lindsay Wilson. The blaze was reported at 9 p.m. Monday and was brought under full control within 45 minutes. At the time, no one was in the house, which belongs to Kelly Fairhurst.
02-411-A-32. Pg. 5. Caption: The Canadian National Ski Team added $2,500 towards training more World Cup Winners through funds raised at Whistler Mountain's Mouton Cadet Spring Festival this year. Dave Murray, director of skiing for Whistler Mountain, presents the cheque to (l-r) national team members Felix Belzyck, Chris Kent and Gary Athans. New men's coach Glenn Wuertele was also on hand at the Vancouver Ski Show where the cheque was presented. National team members such as Todd Brooker, Dee Dee Haight, Rob Boyd, Mike Carney, Wade Chritie, as well as Belzyck and Athans will also be at the Oct. 31 ski team benefit at Dusty's in Whistler.
02-411-C-14. Pg. 6. Caption: The water looks frozen but that's still a few weeks away. It's a long exposure that fools the eye in the photo taken Saturday on the Cheakamus River just north of the Cheakamus Canyon. But winter is coming, and on the top of nearby mountains over a metre of snow has fallen and shows no signs of melting.
02-411-B-25. Pg. 7. Caption: The Baxter Group's condole development in the gondola area is just the beginning, and planners are now deciding how work in the rest of the area will proceed.
02-411-C-11. Pg. 8. Caption: Members of the Whistler Rotary Club are raising money for their programs this fall by selling firewood. Working Saturday to fill remaining orders are, left to right: Bill Wallace, Don MacLaurin, Bob Brown, Paul Burrows, Richard Heine, Brian Brown, Sid Young and a visiting Rotarian from New Zealand.
02-411-B-19. Pg. 11. Caption: Lorne Borgal, president of Whistler Mountain Ski Corporation, introduced a slide presentation celebrating the 20th year of incorporation for the firm at the Granville Island Hotel Thursday. A reception preceded and followed the catchy slide show attended primarily by members of the ski industry in Vancouver.
02-411-C-32. Pg. 15. Caption: [right] At right, Whistler Volunteer firemen prepare to enter a burning house in Alpine Meadows Monday night. It was also a test for the fire department's new command procedure, which chief Lindsay Wilson says worked well under pressure.
- October 4, 1984
Parte deWhistler Question
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."
- August 3, 1981
Parte deWhistler Question
Photographs including but not limited to Alta Lake Summer Regatta; windsurfing; Whistler Rotary Fun Run; Whistler Village; Logger Days Squamish; Miss Squamish; town planning; roads; wedding at Alta Lake; Pemberton; Bob Bishop; Sid Young; canoeing Alta Lake; new playground equipment at Myrtle Philip School; baseball; Men's Fast Ball League championships; Alta Lake Inn; party; smoking; drinking; Pemberton Airport
Appears in August 20, 1981 issue:
02-171-22. Pg. 18. Caption:
Appears in August 6, 1981 issue:
02-171-76. Pg. 1. Caption: [top] The end of Summer Lane where the clothing thought to belong to Louise Marie Chartrand was found.
02-171-99. Pg. 1. Caption: [bottom] The Ham/Murphy residence in Alpine Meadows that was damaged by fire on July 30.
02-171-68. Pg. 3. Caption: A model development of Alta Lake Estates showing the three structures housing 62 units, the featured clock tower, tennis courts and waterways which will connect the development.
02-171-255. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Sails flapping, windsurfers in the first heat of the men's Triangle races skim away from the starting line during the B.C. Windsurfing Championships.
02-171-183. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Windsurfer exhibits fine form for the judges in the men's freestyle event.
02-171-197. Pg. 7. Caption: [top] ON YOUR MARKS .... GET SET ... and the 90 participants in the Whistler Rotary Fun Run were off. Men and women, boys and girls of all ages took part in the race on a sunny August 2nd Sunday. Rotary Club hopes to make it an annual event.
02-171-7. Pg. 7. Caption: [bottom] Medal winners in the race from Pemberton - Jan Naylor and her children Shannon and Andy.
02-171-230. Pg. 8. Caption: [top left] The grand champions -- The Chieftan Blues, who were defeated in only two games all season. Top Row (l to r) Colin Chapman, Jim Raymond, Paul Douglas, Don Hales, Jim Schutz, John (Duck) Acorn, Dave Simpson. Bottom row (l to r) Greg Wirchowski, Paul Acorn, Ross Tiechman, Gary Hastings, Bill Rattray.
02-171-227. Pg 8. Caption: [bottom left] Almost at the top ... the Whistler A's at the end of their season. Top row (l to r) Bob Dawson, Kenny Hall, Kirk Sudds, Brent Grimm, Bob Taylor, Dave Patterson, Scotty Hurren. Bottom row (l to r) Roy Onyschtschuk, Peter Onyschtschuk, Neil Mawdsle and Pat Bramfield, scorekeeper.
02-171-242. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom right] In a play typical of the second playoff game, Dave Paterson (left) and Brent Grimm prove that two mitts are as good as none.
02-171-70. Pg. 9. Caption: [top] Ms. Sue Christopher, the new teacher at Myrtle Philip School who will be teaching the primary grades, replacing Mrs. Alexia Turner. Ms. Christopher previously taught for 5 years at Signal Hill Elementary in Pemberton.
02-171-201. Pg. 9. Caption: [bottom] Elisa Wilson (bottom), Anton Deduluc, Melanie Busdon and Samantha O'Keefe (top, rear) test out the new playground equipment at Myrtle Philip School. Built by Industrial Arts students at Howe Sound Secondary School with lumber donated by Garibaldi Building Supplies, this structure is just the first phase of the facilities. The Whistler Parent/Teacher Group has raised the funds which will raise the equipment.
02-171-17. Pg. 10. Caption: The James Younger Band perform outdoors in the Village Plaza on Sunday, August 2.
02-171-23. Pg. 11. Caption: Alta Lake Beach is crowded with sun-seekers on Sunday, August 2.
02-171-100. Pg. 13. Caption: Don Wildfong, project manager of Pemberton airport, takes a moment off work to pose in front of sign that welcomes recreational fliers to Pemberton.
02-171-77. Pg. 16. Caption: John and Debbie Welder sign the register while Cheryl Bishop, Rev. Harold Wingfield and Ian Larson look on.
02-171-95. Pg. 17. Caption: Ardis Lawrence of Cottonwood Acres Farm weighs and prices vegetables from some of her mid-day customers. Lawrence says the rising prices of vegetables has resulted in an increase in business with more and more families buying vegetables in bulk for freezing. Vegetables at the farm are not sprayed with chemicals and as Lawrence says, "people like to pick what they want".
02-171-63. Pg. 18. Caption: [top] Timber Queen Carolyn Royfield, flanked by princesses Janette Bareau (left) and Shannon Tarr (right) present Ron Hartill with his award for Best All-round Logger in Open Class, MC Al McIntosh stands off to right.
02-171-170. Pg. 18. Caption: [bottom] 'Paula' gives his seal of approval to the handiwork of Ross Gilmour, winner of the Sportsman Award during the Novice and Intermediate Show.
- September 7, 1994
Parte deSonya McCarthy
Letter from Richard L. Page, Clerk-Treasurer of the Village of Pemberton, to Sonya McCarthy, dated September 7, 1994. The letter states that the Village of Pemberton council passed a resolution proclaiming September 27, 1994 as McHappy Day.