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REGAL WELLS

REGAL WELLS

Walker in "LAST SNOT YOU NEAR" (x) 4.55 051 Y Sat. Mat. 3 :5. 6.55 Sunday. May 24. For One DRY Com Inuous 5.0-10.30. William l z Trail' Reed I "DEVIL OF DARKNESS' , (a) 518 and 8.28. A:so Terry Wears t Altar( Liman in "OITY OF FEAR" (a) 6.53 on:y. Monday
May 22, 1970 - Somerset Standard - Frome, Somerset, England
 
DRUG PROBE

DRUG PROBE

man, Edwards (Michael Standing) and plants a 'bug' on him so that Craig Surfing (Stuart Damon) and Richard Barrett (William Gaunt) can trail him. But Edward's destination is not where the two super-agents anticipated.
January 13, 1970 - Thanet Times - Margate, Kent, England
 
DEATHS

DEATHS

and Watsonis Rest Rooms. Place (at her own request)# TRAIL. Suddenly, at Inverurte Hoapital. on September 25. 1969. William Davidson Trail, aged, 6* years, beloved husband of the late Helen Grace McLeod. Watson Court, Inverurie. Funeral St Andrew's Chapel
September 27, 1969 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
TRIBUTE PAID TO YMCA MAN

TRIBUTE PAID TO YMCA MAN

Mr Ranwlck was presented with gold watch and a wallet of notes, and his wife and son wore presented with watches by Mr William J. Trail, the honorary treasurer of Aberdeen YMCA. ■f ■
May 9, 1969 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
German SOS for N.E. folk

German SOS for N.E. folk

an unldentl* touring event, the Mly*DaUrfied member the Aberdeen for the first time Philosophical Society. and geiajto. William Trail, Professor motoring ia butoonie. Held highlight -the Stranraer-Lame abort eea route, the rally April 19 to 37. The field
January 15, 1969 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
AOKHOWtEDCMENTS

AOKHOWtEDCMENTS

services rendered, and all .hose braved the storm pay their last respects the church and graveside. , TRAIL.—Mr and Mrs William Trail. , arid Mrs J. Oram, and Trail, senior, wish return sincere thanks all relatives, friends, neighbours, schoolmates. S.th
January 11, 1968 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
i AOKNO

i AOKNO

ForesterhUl. for kind attention, and Rev: J, D. McMillan for sstvlcm rendered.—46 Bon-Accord Street. **:• ' TRAIL.—Mr and Mrs William Trail. Mr and Mrs J. Grant. and?Mr W : Trail, asa.. wish to return s.noare thanks to all relatives, Irteeds. ne.ghbours, schoolmates
January 11, 1968 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
OKATHB

OKATHB

TRAIL. -Very suddenly, 4S Froghall Terrace, Aberdeen, op Friday. January 3. ISM. William James, dearly beloved only son William and Trail, aged IS years. Very sadly missed. Funeral service the Crematorium Tuesday. January «. * p.m.. to which all friends are
January 8, 1968 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
DCATHS

DCATHS

Very .uddenly at Froghaii Terrace Abctdeen, Fnday, Jargiary 8, * IWB, William J. }!?®®* dearly beloved Only eon “(.william and Etna Trail, aged 13 years. Very andly missed. Funeral servtea th* Crematorium on Tueeday. January p.m. which all friend* are
January 8, 1968 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
fish st M.

fish st M.

returned home at headache. Five hours , of 49 Froghall Terrace, Aberdeen, was dead. Last night his grief-stricken father. Mr William Trail, sheet-metal worker at Inverurie Loco Works, said the cause of his son’s death was mystersi He said: "William was out playing
January 6, 1968 - Aberdeen Press and Journal - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland