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Paton

Alan (Stewart). 1903--88, South African writer, noted esp for his novel dealing with racism and apartheid in South Africa, Cry, the Beloved Country (1965)
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McGlynn told author Spence that Paton, who died in 2009, was "drugging everyone he wanted to get his way with - drug them and abuse them".
The next day Paton put up pounds 1000 reward posters in local shops to try to catch the crooks.
At Hamilton Sheriff Court this week, Paton was sentenced to six months in prison by Sheriff Linda Nicolson.
The workshop event idea came from a grant proposal that Paton worked on with Nanci Radford of Nicasa Behavioral Health Services in Round Lake.
A woman also aged in her 20s was visiting Bury Market when Paton began talking to her and invited her for a drink at his home.
Paton has already signed up with Viva Artist Management.
Their mix of entrepreneurship, innovation and depth of expertise provides an excellent platform from which to deliver exceptional advice to our clients," said Paton.
On July 29, 2014, Dr Paton Ker finally disclosed her actions to her educational supervisor after her exhusband repeated threats to refer her.
"I want to continue working on skills, apprenticeships and like," Mr Paton said.
The prosecutor said Paton was seen travelling at more than 90mph through Brynhyfryd.
Earlier in the season following an 18-13 defeat at Ampthill, they got the better of Sedgley 40-34 in a thriller at Paton Field.