- May 4, 1981
Parte deWhistler Question
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. . 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.