Tecl, in told the bus request picked took Rites for 3rd Air (rash Victim Set COLORADO CITY, March 13-, Joint funerals for Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kirschbaum, local residents residents who died in a private crash' near Monterrey, Mex.,i Tuesday, will be held Friday at 2 p.m. in the First Baptist here. Burial will be in Sweetwater cemetery. Funeral for the pilot of the plane, Goodwin Lee Simpson, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday the First Christian Church with the Rev. Don Mecoy, pastor, officiating. officiating. will be in Colorado City said: Cemetery with Kiker and 'Â» , . neral Home in cll n r rÂ»- . . . . ' . Mr Slm P- son - hls wife - ls still! auto- m mtical C(mdltlon in a -Mentor-i hos P' tal following the crash, fire Her P arenls - Mr - and Mrs. Doug of Wichita, Kans., flew to her. Her put condition was reported to be proved, and she recognized her I parents. of Lub- bock will assist with .Mr. Kirsch- baum's funeral 29, was born in 1929 in, bus Dallas, and married the former! Jody McColl. He was a former merce and a past local president Surviving are his wife; his parents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Simpson Simpson of Colorado City; one son, Ken Lee, 4, and one daughter, Sherry Elaine, 6. Mr. Kirschbaum. 34, was born in Sweetwater and married the sister former Frances "palmer" a lin native, in 1947. The couple is survived by a early J. W. of Rat- for daughter, Susan, 9; a son, Joe, 5; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris L. Kirschbaum of Colorado City. She is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Palmer of Sweetwater; four brothers, \Vy- rondell of Dallas, Lt. Bill Palmer of the U.S. Navy; Jim Tom and Bobby Don of Sweetwater; and two sisters, Mrs. Bill Holbert of Lamesa and Mrs. Joe Spradlin Sweetwater. Both Kirschbaum and Simpson were active in the state Jaycee organization, and had held various various local and state posts. The two couples were en route home to Colorado City from Monterrey when the plane crashed.