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Orton

Joe (Kingsley). 1933--67, British dramatist, noted for his black comedies: these include Entertaining Mr Sloane (1964), Loot (1966), and What the Butler Saw (1969)
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In one moment of discouragement they had offered the telephone to President Orton, of the Western Union, for $100,000; and Orton had refused it.
Their driver, alcoholic Philip Orton, 53, kept his freedom with a suspended prison sentence.
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The wrestling world was ripe with news during the weekend that Randy Orton has agreed to a new contract that will limit his appearances with the outfit in the next few months.
e group, led by Michael Orton, had nancial backing from a group of local businessmen - including former Sky Blues board member Gary Homan.
John Orton led the evening service when he spoke about the importance of the word of God.
Orton will meet fans, sign autographs and pose for photo-ops in a three-hour appearance from 1-4 p.
She claimed that Ms Orton was being controlled by her husband and had got her addicted to heroin after she threatened to return to the UK with their two teenage children, aged 14 and 16.
Orton is waiting to be sentenced at the High Court for his leading role in a year-long reign of terror in Moray towns.
Written in 1957 and now published for the first time over thirty years after the author's death, Between Us Girls is the first novel that Joe Orton wrote independently of his mentor, lover, and eventual murderer Kenneth Halliwell.
Orton was a true prodigy of '60s London - an enfant terrible of the working classes.
Twelve members of the Fayetteville Open Channel board, including FOC President Marion Orton, had resigned two months earlier to organize Access 4 Fayetteville.