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August 10, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 8

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IA ~ Augut 10, 1975 S«j \Father of Child Killed by 'Crib Death\ (Can Find No Logic for Death of Son DALLAS (AP)-- Phil Schilt is a mathematician and for him of the funeral was awful. We had the casket sealed and it looked there was no logic nothing a man could wrap his hands around like an oversized egg basket. It was so hard to believe my son and say "this killed my son." was in there, and even today I sometimes ask myself, 'Was the But something did kill his son-Sudden Infant Death Syff- baby really buried?" drome-- a phenomenon that physicians' have been unable to find Schilt and his wife drove home and during the ride his mother r£3SQD for S31Q! It just happens. And it happened to Schilt and his wife, Lynne, "Son, you've just done the hardest thing you will ever have when the couple lived in New Jersey where Schilt was employed to do in your life." i as a computer specialist for Columbia Brodcasting Systems. * · * SCHILT THOUGHT the remark a gross understatement of the ; * * * grief which consumed nun. "Now, I realize that one of my chil- SCHILT, 32, is a father in a society which often expects a John dren-- not somebody else's-- can die," he said. Wayne toughness from fathers who have lost sons. But Schilt The Schilts told 5-year-old daughter Vicenzia that her baby agonizes over the death of 4-month-old Philip to this day-- three brother had gone to Heaven and that God would care for him. years later. . But she pressed for answers. "There was no hiding anymore. He refuses to look at the baby's pictures. We had to tell her the truth so we took her to the cemetery to In a copyright interview with Lana Henderson of the Dallas show her where he was." j Times Herald Sunday Magazine, Schilt related the kind of trage- Schilt stayed off his job three more days, then returned to dy which strikes about 10,000 young couples each year. wor k "The baby was still up and 1 asked Lynn to put him to bed be- "I didn't want to duck my friends. I just wanted to pretend I fore I came home. That evening I thought I heard Lynne call me. that nothing had happened. Lynne, on the other hand, sought the As I turned around to face the crib, I sensed there was no life in solace of friends," he 'said. our baby," he recalled. Months later, Schilt still couldn't handle his memories of Schilt clutched at the lifeless form and told his wife to sum- Philip. «,,.,,,· mon police. She saw the baby's arm hanging limp, screamed and raced for the telephone. SALE STARTS 1:00 PM TODAY! 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And true to town, Watertown, N.Y. his vow, Schilt has named him Philip James 11 · Though it was March, New York State was still deep in winter, "I don't think there is a day I look at this one and don t think of the ground tough and unyielding, the sky a hardened gray. the other one. I always think he wou d be this old, or he would be "1 recall drinking a hell of a lot of Scotch," he said. "The day this high. I just can't help but think of the other one. BOLL FURNITURE'S SUMMER SALE CARPET SPECIALS! Your home will be more beautiful, more liveable with bright new carpeting from-Boll's. It's now on Sale! Nothing brightens a home like new carpeting and this August you can have gorgeous new carpeting for your home at very special savings. At Boll Furniture we're offering five exceptional Lees carpets at very special prices. This sale price includes our custom, expert installation and quality Omalon padding. You can choose from a good selection of different styles and price ranges. 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