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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 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 November 1, 1982

Photographs including but not limited to construction; snowball fight; Whistler Village; councillors; Terry Rodgers; Halloween party; jack-o-lantern; balloons; John Ritchie; Jim McConkey; evening event; Rotary Club; massages; Podborski; Brooker; dinner event; Dave Murray; costumes; dancing; Araxi's forst birthday party; Canadian National Ski Team Benefit; watching firework display; Nasty Jack's Halloween Party
Appears in November 4, 1982 issue:
02-295-172. Pg. 1. Caption: And the winner is ... Steve Pwdborski draws the lucky number of the grand prize winner at the Canadian National Ski Team Benefit as Dennis Waddingham looks on. The benefit was held Oct. 29 at L'Apres.
02-295-10. Pg. 2. Caption: What a better way to end an evening of trick or treating than being treated to Whistler's third annual Halloween fireworks display, put on by the Whistler Volunteer Fire Department.
02-295-192 Pg. 3. Caption: [top left] Halloween brought all kinds in all sorts of outfits into Whistler Village Oct. 30 and 31. At left, revellers lauded and larded the virtues of fat super heroes at Nasty Jack's Halloween Party Oct. 30.
02-295-198. Pg. 3. Caption: [top right] Meanwhile, on the other side of town, oil barons and assorted unidentifiable whooped it up at Bullets Cabaret.
02-295-140. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Whistler Ratepayers listen to Garry Watson, who surprised the meeting with a censuring motion agains outgoing President Ruth Lotzkar.
02-295-39. Pg. 6. Caption: Mark Angus
02-295-20. Pg. 6. Caption: Sid Young
02-295-127. Pg. 6. Caption: Craig MacKenzie
02-295-4. Pg. 6. Caption: Mark Sadler
02-295-5. Pg. 6. Caption: Fred Barter
02-295-37 Pg. 7. Bernie Hauschka
02-295-156. Pg. 7. David O'Keefe
02-295-154. Pg. 7. Bill Peterson
02-295-83. Pg. 7. Terry Rodgers
02-295-45. Pg. 7. Denver Snider
02-295-118. Pg. 7. Judy Fosty
02-295-120. Pg. 7. Bob Mallett
02-295-9. Pg. 8. Caption: Provincial crews began taking apart the Bailey bridge which spans the River of Golden Dreams at Highway 99. Work on the dismantling job began Nov. 1.
02-295-151. Pg. 8. Caption: Bill Peterson Advertisement
02-295-109. Pg. 9. Caption: McConkey Ski shop staff consult with a ski industry rep on the season's latest equipment.
02-295-157. Pg. 9. Caption: David O'Keefe Advertisement
02-295-68. Pg. 10. Caption: His Honour Dave Murray passes royal judgement on the winning costume at Araxi's first birthday party Sunday, Oct. 31. Lucky Andre walked away with $100 for his light and airy costume, which just may give the mountains some bright ideas for transporting skiers.
02-295-110. Pg. 11. Caption: Jim McConkey's Ski Shop gets a face-lift over the weekend in anticipation of the upcoming ski season. Sales reps from a variety of ski equipment manufacturers were on hand Saturday to get the season off to a well-informed start.
02-295-123. Pg. 12. Caption: Bob Mallett Advertisement.
02-295-5. Pg. 12. Caption: Fred Barter Advertisement.
02-295-118. Pg. 13. Caption: Judy Fosty Advertisement.
02-295-77. Pg. 14. Caption: [left] Michael Vance, Planning Consultant, Alpine Meadows.
02-295-75. Pg. 14. Caption: [middle] Rollie Horsey, Retired, Alta Vista.
02-295-137. Pg. 16. Caption: [top] Smokey Batzer demonstrates artifical resuscitation techniques to employees of the Delta Mountain Inn.
02-295-134. Pg. 16. Caption: [bottom] A volunteer from the audience takes aim and fires, dousing the remains of a wastepaper-basket fire.

Week of September 15, 1983

Photographs including but not limited to portraits; trampolining in Whistler Village; Opening of Alpha Lake Park; Willie Whistler; inside a bar; town planning; scooter; Fall Festival; guitarist playing; setting up for outdoor concert; dancing; clowns; Gondola Village; construction; gambling; midway rides; Rotary Club; darts; traffic lights; art; sculptures; band playing in Whistler Village
Appears in September 22, 1983 issue:
02-356-41. Pg. 8. Caption: Ross Smith, manager of Stoney's Restaurant, does his Hamlet imitation while teaching would-be bartenders the finer points of slinging gin. The three-week course takes place in Mountain House Cabaret.
Appears in September 15, 1983 issue:
02-356-109. Pg. 1. Caption: The Rangerettes Baton Corps of North Vancouver goes through its clown routine at Sunday's Fall Festival. Other entertainers at the weekend event included folk and can-can dancers a la classical, and live music in Village Square. Despite the wet conditions about 1,500 people were attracted to the end-of-summer extravaganza.
02-356-144. Pg. 3. Caption: [top] Parks employee Ted Pryce-Jones completes the new suspension bridge on Callaghan River near the Cheakamus River junction. Parks Planner Tom Barratt says the $12,000 bridge should be ready to cross this week.
02-356-136. Pg. 3. Caption: [bottom] Workmen from B & O Blacktop put the finishing touches on the Valley Drive bridge that was washed out in 1981.
02-356-140. Pg. 5. Caption: The five-bedroom condominium pictured in the left-hand corner is one of the first new building starts in the Whistler area since 1982. Pete Arturo and four friends are building the Gondola Village condominium for weekend use and expects to move in by early December.
02-356-10. Pg. 6. Caption: [left] Josee Milord, Unemployed, Emerald Estates
02-356-13. Pg. 6. Caption: [middle] Gerald Kilby, B.C. Hydro Employee, North Vancouver.
02-356-24. Pg. 6. Caption: [right] Ron Douglas, Manager, Araxi's Restaurant, Alpine Meadows.
02-356-130. Pg. 7. Caption: Hugh Hancock joins Blackcomb Skiing Enterprises as Marketing Manager. His position includes marketing Fortress Mountain near Banff. Other internal changes in Fortress Mountain Resorts Ltd. see Bill Williams appointed as Fortress general manager. Hancock, 36, is a long-time skier who discovered Whistler in 1973. His experience includes positions as assistant advertising manager at Labatt's Breweries and director of marketing for the Vancouver Whitecaps.
02-356-200. Pg. 8. Caption: Instant curbs ooze out of Alpine Paving's machine along Mountain Lane by Delta Mountain Inn. Paving is expected to be finished next week.
02-356-89. Pg. 11. Caption: [top left] Visitors and participants braved the elements Saturday and Sunday to make the most of Whistler's adieu to summer. (Upper Left) Tim Cleave from the New Westminster-based Shasta Trampoline levitates over Whistler Mountain.
02-356-237. Pg. 11. Caption: [top right] Kids had their bit of fun riding the giant merry-go-round set up in the VIP parking lot.
02-356-93. Pg. 11. Caption: [middle] A Rangerette baton team member looks skyward during a spritely Polynesian dance routine.
02-356-103. Pg. 11. Caption: [bottom left] One little tyke doesn't quite know what to make of the entertainment in Village Square. A few moments later he too joined the dancers.
02-356-86. PG. 11. Caption: [bottom right] Whistler's new Arabesque tent protects dancers and drinkers from the rain.
02-356-022. [From left to right, Trevor Roote, Bill Barrett, Karen Barrett, and Tom Barrett]
02-356-152. [Greg Athans]