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THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 28, 1972 PAGE 5 o00,.t she00ves IL I /... , Washington (NC)- The U.S. Priest's r'upreme Court shelved its |consideration of the use of :hurch property for business mrposes because of a change in Plorida law. i In a 6 to 1 opinion, with Justice Villiam O. Douglas dissenting, ' he court said there was no m.ger any reason to rule on the )m that such property cannot 1Joy tax-free status. dies i Since the case was taken to of me Supreme Court, the Florida Heegislature has changed state nt 0hw to.exempt church property t prifrora taxation only if it is used ceidominantly for religious idn POses. The case, heard by the court s! .month , concerned parking Clhties owned by the Central aptist Church in Miami. The lurch collects fees for use of e facilities during the week. #o Miami residents had mrged that the church's tax zeraption violated the first rnendment. Wonder... pf .n  - .what most people's lives u 0ld be like if God's sense of erquStice were the same as LYan's deJ Philadelphia - A brother and a sister of a priest-alumnus of St. John's Home Missions Seminary, Little Rock, Ark., have died here. John M. McTamney died Jan. 12, and his sister, Mrs. Gertrude Boyne died eight days later. They were a brother and sister of Msgr. Clair McTamney, pastor of St. Monica's parish, Dallas, Texas, a 1938 alumnus of St. John's. Requiem Masses for Mr. McTamney and Mrs. Boyne were offered in St. Martin's Church, Philadelphia. Monsignor McTamney, four other brothers and one sister survive. SHETRON TWINS Batesville -- Requiem Masses for the infant twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Rodney B. Shetron of Batesville were offered earlier this month atSt. Mary's Church by Father Herman P. Strassle, pastor. The twins, Ronnie Lynn and Charles Rodney, were born Jan. 8. Ronnie died three days later on Jan. 11 and Charles suc- cumbed on Jan. 16. 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Brother, Sister Deceased was offered Jan. !2 and the Requiem for Charles Shetron on Jan. 17. In addition to their parents, survivors include a sister, Angela Rene Shetron of the home; two grandmothers, Mrs. Lola Shetron and Mrs. Josephine Croker, both of Batesville; and a great grand- mother, Mrs. Patsy Ghormly of Batesville. EDWIN G. HOYT North Little Rock -- A Requiem Mass for Edwin G. Hoyt, Sr., 75, of 2500 Lincoln Ave., who died suddenly Jan. 19, was offered Jan. 22 at St. Patrick's church by Msgr. John E. Murphy, V.F., pastor. Mr. Hoyt, a retired carman for the Missouri Pacific Railroad, was a member of the Brotherhood of Railway Car- men; the Knights of Columbus, Little Rock Council No. 812; and the Elks. He was born April 22, 1896, in Adona. Msgr. Murphy delivered the sermon. Also in the sanctuary were Father James P. Me- Donnelt, pastor of St. Anne's parish, and Father Ratph Bauer, pastor of Immaculate Conception parish. Survivors include his wife, Grace Rehlman Hoyt; two sons, E. G. Hoyt, Jr., of Sherwood, and William F. Hoyt of Starksville, Miss; two daughters, Mrs. W. E. Downing of Pine Bluff and Mrs. Raymond Lukaszewicz of North Little Rock; three brothers, Albert Hoyt of North Little Rock, John Hoyt of Greely, Col., and Lee Hoyt of Tulsa, Okla.; two sisters, Mrs. Herman Cumnock of Little Rock, and Mrs. George Thomey of Morrilton; and 14 grand- children. Vigil and Rosary services were conducted by Msgr. Murphy at the Healy and Roth Chapel on Jan. 21. Burial was at Calvary Cemetery in Little Rock. Pallbearers were Bernard Rohlman, Charles Henning, Oscar Rohlman, Frank Cure- Rock, Henry Rohlman, Jr., and Raymond Rohlman. Honorary pallbearers were members of the Brotherhood of litway Carmen. CARL W. GISLER Fort Smith - A Requiem Mass for Carl William Gisler, 69, of 605 N. 19th St., who died Jan. 10, was offered in St. Boniface church by Father Maurus Gerke, O.S.B., pastor, on Jan. 15. Mr. Gisler, a retired mechanic, was found dead in bed of heart failure. Born April 7, 1902, in Fort Smith, he was the son of the late Charles and Gertrude Borengasser Gisler. Father Maurus gave the sermon. Also in the sanctuary was Father William E. Kane, pastor of St. Michael's parish in Van Buren. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Clifford Hendricks, E. St. Louis, Ill.; two brothers, J.B. Gisler and William M. Gisler, both of Fort Smith; four sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Spranger, Paris, Mrs. Ann Chapman, Fort Smith, and Mrs. Katherine 3 Latin Teems Stay In Paratd Homes Paragould - Three South American teenagers are now staying with three families of St. Mary's parish, accezding to Father John W. Kordsmeier. The program was arranged through the Youth for Un- derstanding Teenage Exchange Program, the largest student exchange program supported by the U. S. State Department. Luiz Zapata, 18. o1 Bogata, Columbia, is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Reynolds, Vera Perrone, 15, of SaD Paulo, Brazil, is living with Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow McCullur, and 16-year-old Jose Inez of SaD Paulo is residing with Mr. and Mrs. John Lane. Perrin and Mrs. Agnes Brickhouse, both of Little Rock; his mother-in-law, Mrs. Christine Fisher, Fort Smith; and four grandchildren. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery here. Pallbearers were Bill Kramer, Leo Framel, Bob Gisler, Lawrence Von Hatten, Preston Lea, and John Borengasser. Murder Suspect To Get Fair 7ria' Houston (NC) -- Auxiliary.- Bishop Patrick Flores of Sah Antonio believes it takes money to get a fair court trial, so he gave away his episcopal ring to help raise defense funds for a Mexican-American accused of murder here. The gold and amethyst ring of the nation's only Mexican- American Catholic bishop raised about $2,400 at a parish- sponsored raffle for Aureliano Silva, who is charged with murdering a real estate saleswoman. It was not surprising when Silva won the raffle because many who bought the $2 chance tickets had signed the names of Silva or Bishop Flores rather than their own. After the drawing, the Silva family returned the ring to the bishop. The prelate told NC News in an interview that he plans to have the ring engraved with these words: "Recuerdo de Aureliano Silva," a gift of Aureliano Silva. The ring was given originally to Bishop Flores by Archbishop Francis J. Furey, archbishop of San Antonio.) Silva, a young house painter, was working in the neigh- borhood where Mrs. June Grove Gleason was found beaten tff death in a house she was trying to sell. Within hours after the murder, which occurred more than a year ago, a sheriff had picked up Silva who then signed a confession of the killing. Bishop Flores said that Silva later told priests at Holy Name parish in Houston, where the Silva family belongs, that he was beaten and possibly drugged by deputy sheriffs before the confession was signed. "Whether that is true or not is between him and God," Bishop Flores said of Silva's account. "But at least that is what he said and the priests believe the story and are willing to help him get a fair trial." The bishop said he has had "tremendous experience with prisoners and for 14 years was closely connected with the county jail in Houston. I learned that people's getting justice very often depends on their ability to hire lawyers." Often, people do not get a fair trial because they don't have money for the proper defense, Bishop Flores said. "If money is supplied for this case, then a fair trial can he given. Whether the man is innocent or guilty is another thing.., that is up to the court, the judge and the jury to determine." The bishop added that "under the democratic set-up everyone should be entitled to a fair trial but often your educational status, financial and ethnical background determines whether you are given a fair trial or not. "I don't think this should be the case. Everyone should be given a chance at a fair trial, regardless." Silva is a soft-spoken man who speaks broken English and has had little education. His trial has already set a record for length of testimony for a Houston court. Testifying at the trial, which is continuing, was Bishop Flores who met the Silva family several years ago when he served at Holy Name church. When the bishop was asked by the court why he would divest himself of such a valuable ring on behalf of Silva, the bishop replied: "That is all I had to give." 1972 ARKANSAS TOUR OF HAWAII Personally Escorted by P,. S. 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