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Week of April 26, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to bus stop; portraits; awards; barbecue picnic; skiers; quilted art; river; Rotary Club; golfing; helicopter; drinking
Appears in April 26, 1984 issue:
02-408-E-26. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Picnickers and powder skiers flew to Powder Mountain Friday for the annual Powder Mountain Heli-Skiing picnic. While most people brought along only skis and sunglasses, Pascal Tiphine thought to import a little champagne, which he literally splashed into anyone who didn't mind a few bubbles up their nose.
02-408-B-1. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] It was an Easter sunrise service without sunshine, but that didn't stop approximately 80 people from attending the special 7 a.m. service Sunday morning on the shores of Lost Lake. Molly Boyd, playing the organ, led the Whistler Singers who also turned out in full force.
02-408-A-11. Pg. 7. Caption: [left] (Left) Meredith shared a good laugh with his wife Wendy and Joe Schnetzler over the special edition of Drew's Views.
02-408-A-31. Pg. 7. Caption: [right] The surprised look on Drew Meredith's face (above) was no surprise, considering that 100 people were gathered at the Carleton Lodge Wednesday night to pay tribute to him. Meredith, who thought he was coming to attend a meeting, listened to roasts and toasts throughout the evening which paid tribute to his work as Interim Director during the toughest year in the history of Whistler Resort Association.
02-408-C-4. Pg. 8. Caption: [left] Karl Harkey, Golf Course Worker, Vancouver.
02-408-C-9. Pg. 8. Caption: [middle] Dave Eastham, Consultant, Tapley's Farm.
02-408-C-1. Pg. 8. Caption: [right] Geoff Power, Businessman, Alpine Meadow
02-408-C-13. Pg. 9. Caption: Dr. Peter Oberlander of Vancouver is the lucky winner of a lifetime Whistler/Blackcomb ski pass. The final draw of the Whistler Rotary Club lottery was held Friday afternoon, and proceeds from the sale of tickets go towards the Whistler Health Planning Society. Rotary Club President Geoff Pearce drew the winning ticket.
02-408-D-28. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] Bad weather on the opening day of the Whistler Golf Course last Thursday kept the players to a minimum, but Paul Dellanzo, club professional, wasn't deterred from playing his round of golf. The weatherman promises conditions will improve.
02-408-D-9. Pg. 14. Caption: [right] Richard Strautmann is the Whistler Winterhawks Team Choice trophy winner. Stratum led the hockey team to the playoff championship.

Week of August 2, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to summer skiing on belt in Whistler Village; windsurfing Alta Lake; marching band winning award for the Squamish Logger's Sports Parade

Week of August 3, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to Whistler Band & mascot Willie Whistler; Rotary Club; running; Liquor Store; baseball; restaurant; Rotary Club award dinner; Whistler Village construction
Appears in August 5, 1982 issue:
02-267-149. Pg. 1. Caption: Andrew Stoner, owner of Whistler Windsurfing, now has to take a definite step up in the world to jump the gap between his docks on Alta Lake. The two docks, one floating and one stationary, were at equal levels one month ago.
02-267-56. Pg. 2. Caption: Denver Snider, one of the organizers of Concerned Citizens For Whistler, addresses one of the many questions posed Sunday.
02-267-7. Pg. 3. Caption: Willie Whistler strikes up the bank to celebrate their third-place ribbon received in the Squamish Logger's Sports Parade held Sunday, August 1.
02-267-20. Pg. 6. Caption: A couple of real movers -- Leslie Simpson, Stasia Nadeau and Shelley
02-267-81. Pg. 7. Caption: [left] Kelly, Fiona and Max Maxwell cross the finish line after a tough 2 1/2 km run. For some legs a kilometer is longer than it is for others.
02-267-19. Pg. 7. Caption: [right] Campbell McGougan and Graham Senner show of the new wireless security system recently approved by the Department of Communication.
02-267-62. Pg. 8. Caption: They were swingin' in the rain throughout the slow-pitch tourney, but Chris Streatham, with his dry sense of humour, came up with this catchy solution.
02-267-89. Pg. 10. Caption: John Pope, general manager of Delta Mountain Inn, and his wife Irene take a moment to enjoy the atmosphere of Stumps, the inn's new lounge.
02-267-27. Pg. 11. Caption: Rotary District Governor Curt Cortelyou (left) gives Dave Murray a hand at snipping the ribbon to officially open the Dave Murray Rotary Fitness Trail. Rotary President Jeff Wuolle supervised the occasion before going to marshall the Rotary Fun Run.
02-267-52. Pg. 12. Caption: [top left] Dave Kirk, Alta Vista resident.
02-267-49. Pg. 12. Caption: [top middle] Jenny Busdon, Housewife, Whistler Cay.
02-267-47. Pg. 12. Caption: [top right] Larry Gunn, Whistler Courier, Alpine Meadows resident.
02-267-159. Pg. 13. Caption: [top] Dave Phillips and Doug Hoy go through one of their routines during the Great West Ski Show in Village Square Saturday, July 31st.
02-267-136. Pg. 13. Caption: [bottom] Phillips executes a somesault -- one of many freestyle manoeuvres he displayed for appreciative audiences.
02-267-83. Pg. 14. Caption: They're off and running at the Rotary Fun Run which started at Myrtle Philip School Saturday, July 31. Runners registered for with a 2.5 km or 7.5 km run around the Lost Lake area.
02-267-110. Pg. 15. Caption: [inset] President Jeff Wuolle (right) greets District Governor Curt Cortelyou as past president Bob Brown looks on.
02-267-119. Pg. 15. Caption: Left to right are some of the 1982-83 officers of the Whistler Rotary Club, including Geoff Pearce, secretary; Lindsay Wilson, director; Richard Heine, director; Nick di Lalla, director; Walter Zebrowski, treasurer; and Frans Carpay, vice president.
02-267-155. Pg. 18. Caption: A grader sets to work levelling roads in the Alpine Meadows subdivision, where paving operations will begin shortly.

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 February 8, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to Whistler Chair; Whistler Mountain; Rotary Club; Willie Whistler skiing; Whistler Village; restaurant; dining; Zarra performing belly-dancing; Greek Night at L'Apres; construction; skiing; ski race; Pacific Western Pro Tour; cultural dance; ski gear; bagpipes; signs; Opening of North side of the lifts on Whistler Mountain; Cariboo Marathon; Community Club Burns Dinner; opening of Hofbrauhaus
Appears in February 18, 1982 issue:
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Appears in February 11, 1982 issue:
02-222-72. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Crews scramble on the former roof of Whistler Village Inn as debris is removed.
02-222-56. Pg. 8. Caption: [top left] Kris Shoup Robinson, Municipal Clerk, Alpine Meadows Resident.
02-222-2. Pg. 8. Caption: [top middle] Larry Killaly, RCMP, Alpine Meadows Resident.
02-222-63. Pg. 8. Caption: [top right] Irene Chalmers, Tax Clerk, Emerald Estates Resident.
02-222-38. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom left] Doc Fingers, Musician, Vancouver Resident.
02-222-3. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom middle] Lorraine Humphries, RCMP Secretary, Squamish Resident.
02-222-40. Pg. 8. Caption: [bottom right] Jim Scribner, Carpenter, Whistler Cay Resident.
02-222-119. Pg. 9. Caption: 'Chieftain o' the pudding' race! Clare Liard addresses the haggis at the Community Club Burns Dinner Feb. 6.
02-222-20. Pg. 12. Caption: Dogcatcher Geoff Playfair who is having a busy time with the Whistler strays.
02-222-32. Pg. 13. Caption: Belly Up! Zarra performs the ancient art of belly dancing for an appreciative Phillip Wilhelmsen during Greek night at L'Apres Friday, Feb. 5. A full house showed up to sample the traditional Greek buffet.
02-222-97. Pg. 14. Caption: Greek ... Vancouver's Hellenic dancers perform at L'Apres' Greek Night on Feb. 5.
02-222-118. Pg. 15. Caption: Piper Don Ross leads the parade of the haggis which is proudly carried by Clare Liard -- this was the scene at the Community Club Burns Dinner.
02-222-47. Pg. 19. Caption: Kent Thornton of Tapley's Pub soaks up few rays while catching up on a little news during Whistlers recent sunny spell.
02-222-57. Pg. 26. Caption: Bratwurst, beer and Bavarian atmosphere were predominant during the grand opening of the Hofbrauhaus on the weekend Feb. 5-7.

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 January 24, 1979

Photographs including but not limited to Construction; Rotary Club events; Whistler Mountain views; car accident; winter
02-25-25 on pg. 1. Caption: Aspen President D'Arcy Brown, Mayor Pat Carleton and Aspen's Gerry Blann at break-fast at Whistler on Saturday.
02-25-23 on pg. 6. Caption [R]: While the remains of the vehicle are shown at the right.
02-25-30 on pg. 7. Caption [L]: The audience gives unanimous approval to one of the motions presented at Saturday night's meeting.
02-25-28 on pg. 7. Caption [R]: Water Company solicitor H.D.C. Hunter addresses the meeting while A.L.D.R.A. President Diane Eby and Robin Macfarlane look on.
02-25-32 on pg.9. Caption: New signs recently put up in the area of the new Whistler Village by the Whistler Village Land Company.
02-25-17 on pg. [16]. Caption: Powder snow and sunshine -- the way it was at Whistler several times during the past week. Scott Alpen photo.

Week of July 19, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to portraits; baseball; doctor's office; band playing; Rotary Installation barbecue
Appears in July 19, 1984 issue:
02-395-C-3. Pg .3 . Caption: [top] It was the annual Rotary Installation last Wednesday at Sid Young's house in Alpine Meadows overlooking 19-Mile Creek. Rotarians and guests were feted with steak prepared by Rudi Hoffmann and lobster, flowing in from Nova Scotia, boiled by Ted Nebbeling, District Governor Ralph Crawford also installed Sid Young as the service organization's new president, taking over from Geoff Pearce. As well, Floyd Eclair becomes vice-president, Doug Fox secretary, Nick DiLalla sergeant-at-arms, Walter Zebrowski treasurer, Arv Pellegrin club service director,Brian Brown youth and international service director and Jon Paine vocation service director.
02-395-B-15. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] See caption above.
02-395-A-10. Pg. 8. Caption: Stoney's player Ron McCready catches a pop-fly in a match against Team Suds Monday, but it was all in vain. Stoney's lost 14-1 to the Suds squad.
02-395-A-15. Pg. 14. Caption: [right] Yves Boulanger, Unemployed, Adventures West.
02-395-A-18. Pg. 14. Caption: [bottom] You put your knees up and you toss the cool drinks down when the sun comes out at Whistler. Temperatures climbed as high as 30.4 C in the past week. Even at the Toni Sailer Ski Camp there were hot times. On Monday at noon the temperature at Midstation on Whistler Mountain was 21 C.

Week of July 20, 1981

Photographs including but not limited to baseball; Men's Fast Ball League; car accidents; Rotary Club; Whistler Mountain Chamber of Commerce; railway tracks; helicopters; skiing from the peak; mountain views; town planning; band; musicians playing a show; construction
Appears in July 23, 1981 issue:
02-173-101. Pg. 1. Caption: [top] Model of the re-designed Day Lodge, presented during the public hearing for permit approval.
02-173-119. Pg. 1. Caption: [bottom] Earl Hansen, new Director of Marketing and Public Relations for the Whistler Resort Association.
02-173-33. Pg. 3. Caption: Whistler Village parking! Wagon misses the parking lot on Wednesday evening. ending up in the newly landscaped garden.
02-173-46. Pg. 4. Caption: [top] The remainder of Janice Pidhiri's 1981 Toyota pick-up. Pidhiri was driving the vehicle along Westside Road at 12:30 am on July 15 when it went off a curve. Her passengers Donna McCaw of Elora, Ont. and Stephen Jones of Whistler suffered minor head injuries.
02-173-121. Pg 4. Caption: [bottom] Constable Brian Sowden -- the newest addition to Whistler's RCMP. Const. Sowden originally from Whitehorse, has transferred here from the Squamish detachment where he had been stationed for the past eight months. Const. Sowden says he 'skis on three kinds of skis' and is interested in all kinds of sports.
02-173-32. Pg. 6. Caption: [top] Bob Dawson and Neil Mawdsley unsuccessfully try to get a fly ball.
02-173-48. Pg. 8. Caption: [top] Herb and Jean Hepburn of Okanagan Produce, Vernon, managed to get in a few fruit sales before being asked to leave by municipal authorities.
02-173-116. Pg 8. Caption: [bottom] Chris Green, Laura d'Artois and J.G. Luckhurst at the Fireplace Inn opening party.
02-173-104 Pg. 9. Caption: And here he is! The mysterious Mr. B.A. Bell of Whistler slowly unpeels his talent -- much to the giggles and appreciation of his audience at the first Jock Contest held at Mountain House, July 20. With competition from Fast Eddie and Schultz, things looked mighty tough -- but then Peter Lamare took the floor and the $100 first prize.
02-173-45. Pg. 10. Caption: Rotary president Bob Brown is flanked by outgoing exchange students Susan Van Der Lee (left) and Allison Alder.
02-173-108. Pg. 11. Caption: Annette Ducharme, accompanied by Jamie Boyd, strummed out many a fine tune at JB's July 16-20 while Betsy Chaba took a temporary leave to entertain folks at the Folk Festival in Vancouver.
02-173-55. Pg. 14. Caption: Crews replace railroad crossing on the highway by the Whistler Industrial Park.
02-173-100. Pg. 16. Caption: Bruno Freschi, architect for the Day Lodge, points out recent changes to the building.

Week of June 21, 1984

Photographs including but not limited to painting storefront; reading the newspaper on a chairlift; portraits; BMX competition; children; woman on stilts; clown performance; stairs; relay races; Rotary Club; swings
Appears in June 21, 1984 issue:
02-400-D-16. Pg. 1. Caption: The Extraordinary Clown Band was one of the highlights of this year's Children's Art Festival held Saturday and Sunday. While the band entranced youngsters with feats of juggling and slapstick, 65 workshops featuring pottery, break dancing and writing as well as many other artistic pursuits took place in Myrtle Philip School.
02-400-A-17. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Staff of The Whistler Question, who recently received word that the newspaper has won a first-place national award for the second year in a row, are, on the bottom row left to right: Janis Roitenberg (office manager), Shannon Halkett (typesetting and graphics) and Pauline Wiebe (typesetting and graphics). Top row left to right: Stew Muir (reporter), Glenda Bartosh (publisher) and Kevin C. Griffin (editor).
02-400-E-8. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Harley Paul and Bryan Hidi were just a 'hanging' around Friday in between events at the Myrtle Philip School sports day. Sports day events included a three-legged race for parents, nail-banging contest, long jumping and, of course, balloon sitting.
02-400-D-18. Pg. 7. Caption: The bubbles never burst during the weekend's Children's Art Festival. They just kept on floating.
02-400-A-27. Pg. 8. Caption: [left] Chris Simpson, Student, Alta Vista.
02-400-A-23. Pg. 8. Caption: [middle] Brigette Richters, Domestic Engineer, Alpine Meadows.
02-400-A-26. Pg. 8. Caption: [right] Jan MacKenzie, Post Office Employee, Whistler Cay.
02-400-D-3. Pg. 9. Caption: Auctioneer Gary Raymond convinced Dandelion Daycare parents to pitch in nearly $1,000 at Sunday's fundraiser. Raymond's regular occupation is municipal treasurer, but to the parents setting about improving daycare facilities here, his performance guarantees he definitely has a second career option. See Notes From All Over.
02-400-B-10. Pg. 12. Caption: A team of BMX freestylers cyclists added to the weekend's festivities and gave Whistler just a taste of what things will be like here next summer when the BMX World Championships come to town. Two young performers on BMX bikes travelled from Pitt Meadows to represent the Lynx factory team.
02-400-D-1. Pg. 18. Caption: Tuesday's fingerprinting program at Myrtle Philip School recorded the definitive marks of 148 kids by the early afternoon, a number that parent organizers were pleased with Cst. Rocky Fortin helped establish the one-day, and trained parent volunteers to do the actual work. Here, Fortin and little Sabreena Goode look on as Mac Wilson practices here techniques.

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