The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 28, 1968 · Page 18
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 18

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El-Palm Beach Pott, Ticnclay, Nov. IS, E3 4- Man Who Left Mother To Die Von 't Be Prosecuted Dispatch of Tht Timti, Undo The man. Robert Sinden. aged 76. lying unconscious on the sofa at her home in South Croydon. He said that she had previously told him: "If you come round and see me asleep promise you will not ring the doctor, because I do not want anything wrong. My mother had bad a good life and she did not want to spend her last years in agony." At an inquest at Croydon. Surrey, last month, Sinden told how he had found his mother. Mrs. Phyllis Sinden. to come back." So he walked out of the house and left her. Sinden said at the inquest: "I just left and went home and prayed the end would come quickly for her sake. I did not go back until the next day. " Mrs. Sinden, a widow crip pled with arthritis, had taken 100 aspirin tablets and half a bottle of whisky. The Croydon coroner, Dr. May McHugh, said: "No matter how much sympathy one must have for Mr. Sin-den's views, they are views LONDON - The director o! Public Prosecutions has decided to take no action against a man who left his crippled mother to die after she had taken an overdose of aspirin tablets. aged 44. a radio shop owner, said. "The decision not to prosecute is a great relief. It has been quite an ordeal. I did not realize the implications at the time, but I knew in my own mind that I had not done which cannot exist fa the society in which we exist." John Hunt, conservative M.P. for Bromley, commented: "I feel that we need some clarification as to exactly what the director of Public Prosecutions means. Is he saying that no offense has been committed in this prti ular instance, or that no action will be taken in all such future cases? I shall write to the attorney general for fur ther information on thi point." Sorry, no mail, phone or c.o.d. ortlcrs . . . shop Friday and Saturday 10 am Hit 9:30 pm fmmrmmmmmm '' f ) J J iff A I I h immrmmmmm -.v JiWA . A n jut's exclusive Fleetwing bicycles for Christmas girls9 and boys fleetwing tigercat bicycles 35,00 The zingiest, fastest bike in town complete with hi-rise handlebars, banana seat, cantilever frame and whitewall tires. Coppertone for boys; magenta for girls. hoys' or girls" 20" convertible bicycle 20.00 From a boys' to a girls' model in a matter of seconds just remove the crossbar . . . it's that simple. Complete with two-tone saddle, coaster brake and training wheels. In blue only. boys1 or girls 20" convertible 1 fVTVw 7 II " bike 29.00 """Xl" v. I I II ' boy ' or girls 21" and 26" ' llrt 20" hi-rise three speed stickshilt bicycle 45.00 Comes complete with banana seat, hi-rise handlebars, front and rear caliper brakes, chrome fenders and chain guard. 21" und 26" tank bicycles 15.00 It's a fully equipped tank model complete with twin chrome headlights, chrome fenders and rims, whitewall tires and sparkle grips. Boys' in sable and gold, Girls' in blue and white. 26" lightu eight bicycles for boys and girls 52.00 A wonderful three-speed bike with front and rear caliper brakes. Complete with generator kit bag, chrome, fenders and chainguard, pump whitewall tires. Boys' and girls' model in gold. boys9 deluxe eliminator 70.00 Features 5 speed caliper brakes, chrome fenders qnd rims, glitter banana saddle and red band tires. Comes in yellow only. JM TOYLAND, THIRD FLOOR All jnt hikes are assembled and ready to ride .atno extra charge. . i PALM B5ACH MALL YM iff boys' deluxe eliminator 70.00 PALM BEACH MALL PARK FREE!

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