THE ABILENE REPORTER-NEWS Abilene, Texas, Thursday Evening, March 13, 195S 7-A ROBERT KIRSCIIBAUM . . . riles set Friday GOODWIN SIMPSON 2ND WOMAN STILL CRITICAL Joint Riles for Couple Killed in Mexico Crash COLORADO CITY, March 13-Joint funerals for Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kirschbaum, local residents who were killed in a private plane crash near Monterrey, Mexico, Tuesday, will be held Friday Horace A. Logan Rites at Snyder SNYDER, March 13 -- Funeral was to be held at 4 p.m. Thursday in the First Baptist Church here for Horace Archie Logan, 56, owner of Lake Thomas Marine Supply Co., who died Tuesday in Cogdell Memorial Hospital. The Rev. G. M. Cole, pastor, was to officiate, assisted by the Rev. Jimmy Nelson, pastor of Colonial Hills Baptist Church. Burial will be in Hillside Memorial Gardens under direction of Bolgcr Funeral Home. Mr. Logan suffered from a heart condition and became ill early Sunday. Born Dec. 18, 1901, in H o o d County, he came to Scurry County in 1908 with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Logan. They settled in the Plainvicw community near here. He moved to the Pleasant Hill community in 1919. Survivors are his wife; o n e daughter, Mrs. Lynn L. Tale of Fort Worth; his mother; two sisters, Mrs. Rex Miller and Mrs. Gordon Smith of Snyder; two brothers, Loy and Floyd, both of Snyder; and two granddaughters. Mrs. Fudge Rites Pend at Hamlin HAMLIN, March 13 -- Funeral for Mrs. Wynona Rozelle Fudge, 38. ii pending, and arrangements will be announced by the Hamlin Funeral Home. She died of a heart attack Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Kiker and Son Funeral Home here. Burial will be in Swectwater Cemetery. Funeral for Goodwin Lee Simpson, the pilot, will be held at 10;30 a.m. Saturday at the First Christian Church here with the Rev. Don Mecoy, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in Colorado City Cemetery with Kiker and Son Funeral Home in charge. Simpson, 29, was born Feb. 1929 in Dallas, and was married to (lie former 'Jody McColl. He was a former state director and vice president of the Junior Chamber of Commerce. He was a past local president of the Jay- ees. Surviving are his wife; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Simpson of Colorado City; one son, Ken Lee, 4, and one daughter, Sherry Elaine, 6. His wife is reported in extremely critical condition in a Monterrey hospital. The couple is also from Colorado City. The two couples were en route home to Colorado City from Monterrey when their plane crashed. Mr. Kirschbaum, 34, was born Sweetwater, and married the former Frances Palmer, a Hamlin native, in 1947. The couple is survived by a daughter Susan. 9, and son Joe, Mr. Kirschbaum is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris L. Kirschbaum of Colorado City. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Palmer of Swectwater; four brothers, Wyron- dell Palmer of Dallas; Lt. Bill Palmer of the U.S. Navy; Jim Tom and Bobby Don Palmer, of Sweetwater; and two sisters, Mrs. Bill Holbert of Lamesa and Mrs. Joe Spradlin of Sweetwater. Both Kirschbaum and Simpson were active in the state Jaycee organization, and had held various local.and slate posts.