Timmins Newspaper Index
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Death of G.H.F. "Mickey" Adams, Timmins Pioneer. 
Newspapers  "Death of G.H.F. "Mickey" Adams, Timmins Pioneer.," Porcupine Advance (191203), 26 Jul 1945, p. 1  ... *See also: funeral article dated 02 Aug 1945...
Funeral of G.H.F. "Mickey" Adams, pioneer. 
Newspapers  "Funeral of G.H.F. "Mickey" Adams, pioneer.," Porcupine Advance (191203), 2 Aug 1945, Section 1, p. 3  ... *See also: article on death dated 26 July 1945. ...
Success of potato crops in Northern Ontario. 
Newspapers  "Success of potato crops in Northern Ontario.," Porcupine Advance (191203), 8 Feb 1945, Section 1, p. 8 
Adamson, Daughter to Adamson, William and Adamson, Mrs. William (Born) 
Genealogical ResourcesNewspapers  appeared in Porcupine Advance, 8 Feb 1945, p. 2 
Adamson, Son to Adamson, Sgt. Arthur and Adamson, Evelyn (née Brightwell) (Born) 
Genealogical ResourcesNewspapers  appeared in Porcupine Advance, 12 Jul 1945, p. 2 
Aho, Joseph E. (Died) 
Genealogical ResourcesNewspapers  appeared in Porcupine Advance, 11 Oct 1945, p. 3 
Aide, Unknown (Died) 
Genealogical ResourcesNewspapersText  appeared in Porcupine Advance, 3 May 1945, p. 5  Widow of W. Aide.
Lieutenant Colonel John F. Akehurst awarded Distinguished Service Order. 
NewspapersText  , Section 1, p. 8 
Albrecht, Son to Albrecht, Roland and Albrecht, Marion (née Luhta) (Born) 
Genealogical ResourcesNewspapersText  appeared in Porcupine Advance, 15 Mar 1945, p. 2 
Twenty-nine beverage rooms in Timmins. 
NewspapersText  , Section 1, p. 3 
Captain Thomas Laird Alexander, Member of the Order of the British Empire Dies. 
NewspapersText    Died from an operation to remove enemy bullets.
Alexander, Thomas Laird (Died) 
Genealogical ResourcesNewspapersText  appeared in Porcupine Advance, 6 Sep 1945, p. 1  Member of the Order of the British Empire. Died from an operation to remove enemy bullets.
Algonquin Regiment: Dutch priest thanks Algonquin Regiment. 
NewspapersText  , Section 1, p. 3 
Algonquin Regiment: List of 341 enlisted soldiers and officers killed during World War II. 
NewspapersText  , Section 1, p. 5 
Allard, Helen and Fulton, Pte. Bob (Married) 
Genealogical ResourcesNewspapersText  appeared in Porcupine Advance, 23 Aug 1945, p. 2 
Allen, Clifford Ellis and Kittner, Mona (Married) 
Genealogical ResourcesNewspapersText  appeared in Porcupine Advance, 27 Dec 1945, p. 5 
Allen, Barbara (Died) 
Genealogical ResourcesNewspapersText  appeared in Porcupine Advance, 24 May 1945, p. 3 
Sixteen Men (Poem) 
ImageNewspapers  George Lake, "Sixteen Men (Poem)," Porcupine Advance (191203), 8 Feb 1945, Section 1, p. 5  ...Poem in memoriam of 16 miners killed when the cable of their double decker cage (type of elevator) snapped, sending the crew falling 1500 feet to their deaths on February 02nd, 1945....
Timmins High and Vocational School - Band Formed 
NewspapersText  "Timmins High and Vocational School - Band Formed," Porcupine Advance (191203), 8 Feb 1945, Section 1, p. 1 
Timmins High and Vocational School - Oratorical contest winners 
NewspapersText  "Timmins High and Vocational School - Oratorical contest winners," Porcupine Advance (191203), 22 Feb 1945, Section 1, p. 1 
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