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M Creek Bridge washout

On October 28, 1981, 4 vehicles plunged into a creek after debris flow had destroyed the M Creek Bridge on the Squamish Highway during heavy rains. 9 people died including Tammi Lee Boscariol, daughter of Squamish residents William and Anne Boscariol, and her boyfriend William Stewart Short.

Motorcade arrives Squamish 2/2

Cartoon by Ken Barbour, 2 of 2.

Caption accompanying two cartoons:
... many years ago when the white men first came to the Squamish Valley they stole all the land from the Indians... the Chief put a curse on the white men and said that one day after the greedy white men had logged all the timber and fished all the streams a great new white leader would rise and build a great new trail and return the land to its rightful owners......

Squamish Advance: Thursday, January 10, 1952

ILL CHILD RUSHED TO CITY HOSPITAL

BRACKENDALE

BUILDING MATERIAL FOR LEGION ARRIVES

SCHOOL INSTALLS SOMETHING NEW

WIND HAMPERS UTILITIES HERE

CHALET SNOWMOBILE ARRIVED TODAY

FAVORS CAPILANO HIGHWAY ROUTE

SQUAMISH IS BACK IN BANANA BELT

ROADS VERY DANGEROUS

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

HOWARD MANNING
[PHOTO]

CLASSIFIED ADS

LOGGING COMPANIES RESUMING WORK

ANSCOMB HINTS CONDITION WILL SOON END

INDEPENDENT GROCERS

CLEARANCE SALE STARTS SATURDAY

LEICESTER SQUARE'S HARMONY QUARTET
[PHOTO]

NEW CBC HEADQUARTERS
[PHOTO]

Squamish Advance

Squamish Advance: Thursday, November 2, 1950

ERECTING NEW AUTO SHOWROOM

BRACKENDALE

CBC PRODUCER
[PHOTO]

NEWCOMER BEATS HOUSING SHORTAGE

BUY XMAS SEALS

TAX INCREASE

FURTHER EFFORTS FOR NEW HIGHWAY

ARMISTICE SERVICE FOR NOVEMBER 11

DISLOCATES ELBOW IN MILL ACCIDENT

SCHOOL PUPILS HOLD GOOD MASQUERADE

CHANGE HANDS

RECEIVE GRADER

LOCAL AND PERSONAL

JAMES SINCLAIR'S SURPRISE VISIT

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS

WOODFIBRE

BRITANNIA

CARD OF THANKS

ASSOCIATION FAVORS 'MISSING LINK' ROAD

PUBLIC NOTICE

Squamish Advance