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It was coming from his shop. ” he cried. ” He’d run out of the shop forgetting that he’d left on the motor that drove a series of belts that powered all his equipment for polishing and cutting leather. He ran back to his shop, from one crisis to another, holding up his apron like a lady gathers a long dress to keep from tripping. The motor needed an operator to control the speed. Without anyone on the brake, the system accelerated until the long leather belts ﬂew off their pulleys, which reduced the resistance even more.
His skin had turned yellow and he was so emaciated my mother was able to pick him up. The change was shocking and heart-breaking. Silvio was delivered from his suffering at the age of thirtythree on 2 May 1944. Most of Guelph turned out for the funeral, which included full military honors. In the days that followed, the radio in our home, which was such an important part of life during those war years, was silent. That year, for the ﬁrst time, we had Christmas without a tree. My mother again consoled herself that it had been God’s will to take her seventh child.
It was a brutal moment that stayed with me the rest of my life, in part because a few years later this young man committed suicide. °°°°° 14 / The Ward Sacred Heart Church was the focal point of Alice Street, where parishioners came for healing of all sorts of problems, from ﬁnancial distress, a drunken husband, and often physical disabilities. Sundays the church was packed, standing room only. The crippled and the sickly would ﬁnd their way into the church pews or sat in their wheelchairs in the back.