Disaster Clipping from Oxnard Press Courier, Tue, Sep 15, 1970.

Clipped from US, California, Oxnard, Oxnard Press Courier, September 15, 1970

Marshalls' RitesSet for ThursdayThe bodies of attorney and brothers. Edward Kranz of,school trustee John B Marshall and his wife, Elizabeth (Betty), were brought back to OxnardLompoc and Richard Kranz of| Pomona The uncles, all married and with children of their own. andtoday for burial Thursday, while grandparents were expected to] relatives discussed the future of meet today in Oxnard to discussthe five children orphaned by i future care of the Marshalls' a fiery airplane crash Sunday five children, ranging in age near Bass I^ke from 4 to 14.The Marshalls, both 41. will Four of the children - John. U be buried in Santa Clara 14; James. 11; David, 10, and Cemetery' in Oxnard Rosarv: Kathleen. 4 — were rescued will be recited at 8 p.m. Wed- from the fire which erupied.c ncsday in Santa Clara Church, after the single-engine plane. c where Requiem Mass will be piloted by Marshall, crashed as ] said at 11 a m. Thursday. (it approached for landing at arServing as pallbearers willtsmall airport atout 40 miles i be Oxnard elementary school;northeast of Fresno. The fifth; board president Thomas Kane: child, Thomas. IS. had stayed I c Marshall's law partners. Carl home from the family excursion !Lowthorp. Dick Richards and to Bass Lake. ]lt;Harry Hibbs. and friends: John and David, being treated ;Thomas Derr. Faul Laubacher, for injuries suffered in the Robert Higgins, John Me- c r a s h , were reported in 1Dougal. Dr. Kenneth Sargent, satisfactory; condition thisBill Clemmer, Dr. John Arnold morning in Valley Medical and Joseph Bucci. The James Center in Fresno and were A. Reardon Mortuary is in-expected to be released from charge of arrangements. the hospital later today orThe Marshalls are survived by his parents and brother. Robert of Santa Monica, also an attorney, and by herWednesday. James, only! bruised, Kathleen, unharmed: and Thomas were staying withtheir uncles. * ;,ij