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FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1999 B7 R LOS ANGELES TIMES ORANGE COUNTY -OBITUARIESFUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS- ?. . . w ... r- . t 0 1 1 V j now V J'lTA Wanda McHenry of Anaheim, a member of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, argues the case against making animals perform as she protests Thursday outside Sterling and Reid Bros. Circus in the parking lot of Los Alamitos Race Track. RICHARD HARTOG Las Angles Times Pair of Animal-Rights Groups Protest Circus By DAVID HALDANE TIMES STAFF WRITER A handful of protesters picketed the opening of a circus at Los Alamitos Race Track in Cypress Thursday, alleging that its performing animals are abused and mistreated. "If children could see how sad the lives of these animals are, they would have to be dragged kicking and screaming to the circus," said Jane Garrison, a spokeswoman for People for the Ethical Treatment-of Animals, which organized the demonstration against the Sterling and Reid Bros. Circus. Three members of a separate organization the Animal Defense League, Los Angeles also staged a protest near the entrance of the tent under which the circus acts are performed. "We are the voice for these animals because they don't have a voice," said Pam Vlasak, a spokeswoman for the group. She distributed copies of a lawsuit she said she filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court on Thursday stemming from an altercation she had with circus employees during a show last year in Ventura. Two weeks earlier, the Humane Society of San Bernardino Valley seized several ponies from a trainer traveling with the circus, saying the animals were emaciated. Members of both protesting groups on Thursday accused the circus of keeping animals in cages that are too small, using cruelty to train them and generally forcing them to perform in ways that are unnatural and demeaning. Dawn Rafter, a spokeswoman for Sterling and Reid Bros., denied all those allegations, saying the circus animals which include lions, tigers, horses, elephants and a dog-are conscientiously cared for and treated with respect. "The trainers treat them as their own children," she said. "They eat better than some humans, and they are not treated cruelly." The one trainer whose horses were confiscated, Rafter said, is no longer with the circus. "I love animals too," she said. "If I thought there was a problem, I wouldn't be here." FREEWAY: Signs Warn of Curve in Road Continued from Bl Ana Freeway that the agency is funding. The signs were added in the wake of a fiery tanker -truck crash on March 12 that closed portions of the Santa Ana Freeway for hours. Officers at the scene said it was one of the most gruesome accidents in memory. One victim, Sarkis Kostanian, 35, of Glendale was burned so badly it took investigators two days to confirm his iden-v tity. Witnesses told officers the truck driver was going faster than the posted 25 mph speed limit when his 8,000-gallon fuel truck toppled onto Kostanian's car and exploded. His widow, Anait Kostanian, 25, .said Thursday she is too upset about the crash to talk and referred questions to her lawyer. "I loved my husband, and now I am worried about how I am going to raise my baby," she said. She was left with a 3-year-old daughter. Her attorney, Marty Dakessian of Glendale, would not comment. A final police report on the accident is expected this month, California Highway Patrol officials said. The crash was the latest in a string of accidents at the interchange, where the number of collisions has more than doubled in the two years since the reconstruction began. CHP records show that 33 accidents including 10 involving Slowing Drivers Down Three weeks after two drivers were killed In a fiery tanker-truck crash, Caltrans Installed larger speed-limit signs and posted an additional warning for motorists at the busy Santa Ana-Riverside freeway interchange. Caltrans officials hope the changes will slow vehicles and give ample warning about merging traffic. ORANGETHOdPEWE. CSV t Buena I 3 Park 3 Flashing jT beacons TpQ o ,. , f , OMtln: -ft A. 1 1 SLOW " MERGING TRAFFIC AHEAD - r "t Map not to scale Source: Caltrans trucks have occurred at the interchange since 1997. In the three years before the roadwork began, there were 14 accidents, none involving trucks. The reconstruction resulted in detours that require drivers to contend with sharp curves, narrow lanes and slow traffic. Caltrans officials said motorists have complained they are confused by the connector ramp leading from the westbound Riverside Freeway to the northbound Santa Ana Freeway, which exits to the left. Those complaints led the agency to install additional directional signs late last year. This week, Caltrans added a larger-than-usual 25-mph speed limit sign to the three already posted on the westbound Riverside Freeway just before the interchange. It also replaced the existing three with larger signs. In addition, two signs showing a RAUL CARBO Los Angeles Times curve in the road were added, each topped with a flashing beacon. A sign alerting motorists to merging traffic ahead also was posted on the northbound Santa Ana Freeway near the junction. The twisting configuration of the connector road, part of several temporary exits planned for use during construction, should be replaced with a straighter route in 30 to 60 days, said Caltrans spokeswoman Rose Orem. A new freeway connector should be completed by the end of the year; it will allow motorists to exit on the right. A left-side exit is unusual in Orange County, road officials said. "We're continuing to focus on the completion of the construction project, which will be a big improvement in terms of mobility and safety in the area," Standiford said. The project is scheduled to be completed in two years. FUNERAL ANNOUNCEMENTS F aster F legance Some people prefer a subtle approach to Easter decor. For those with an impeccable sense of style, Roger's Home Accents features an eclectic selection of elegant, understated Easter decor. i 1 09 In the Gallery and Garden Rooms: Hand-painted Easter eggs Religious icons and candles Elegant beaded eggs Vintage greeting cards Golden ostrich eggs Regal rabbit figures Rustic bird's nests Roger's Gardens 2301 San Joaquin Hills Road, Newport Beach New Summer Hours: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Daily 949640-5800 www.rogersgardens.com ALEGRI A, Elvira Forest Lawn-Hollywood Hills ANTOKAL, Carol Elliabelh Mount Sinai Mortuary BERGER, D1D1 Neptune Society BETSALEL, Bernard July 14. 1916- March 29. 1999 Bernard, "Bud" was born in New York as an identical twin and came to California in 1951. Bud was happily married to Miriam for over 51years. Bud is survived by his wife and three children, Claudia, Ron and Jeff, along with his three grandchildren, Danielle, James and Aaron. Services will be held Friday, April 2. 1999 11 am at Eden Memorial Park, Mission Hills. BRA Y, Opal F. Neptune Society BROWN, Dorothy B. Forest Lawn- Hollywood Hills CAPPS, Anne B. 75, formerly of Palm Desert, died March 20 at the home of her daughter in Mill Valley, California of lung cancer. Anne was raised in Huntington Beach. She was a devoted wife and mother who retired from Security Pacific National Bank in 1979. She left her footprints on the hearts of many. Her husband Raymond, of 52 years, died in November from lung cancer, She is survived by her mother Christine, 97, and Rae Ann, her daughter. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of Marin, 150 Nellen Avenue, Corte Madera, CA 94925(415) 927-2273. CARMONA, Fortunee, M. age 101, ?assed away Thursday, April 1, 999. Survived by her children Albert (Delia), Maurice (Kay), Frances (Eli) Meshulum and Edward (Franca). She will always be remembered and loved by ner 14 grandchildren, 27 great-grand children and 2 great-great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held 11 :00 am Sunday, At Eden Memorial Park Mallnow it Silverman Mortu-ary Directors. COCHRANE, Christopher Michael 45. Died March 30. at UC Irvine Medical Center of complications of Diabetes. Son of Edwin F. Cochrane Jr.. deceased and Audrey H Cochrane; brother, Edwin III and sister, Elizabeth. No services. Donations may be made to tne uiaoetes Association. DAVIS. Hooe Dare. 90. Dassed away March 31, 1999. Predeceased by husband, Richard Dixie Davis. She is survived by children, Michael Davis and Barclay lLoreuaj uavis; grandson, Joe Davis; great grandchildren. Slater and Hallev Davis. She was an original Florence Ziegfield Follie Girl appearing on stage in the late 20's and early 30's. Funeral Service at Forest Lawn- Glendale, 1:30pm, Friday, April 2, irypisiae, DUCOMMUN. Colonel Edmond G. age 80, passed away peacefully on March 29, 1999. Duke was loved by all, he was the grandson of the founder of Ducommun. Inc. In addition to serving on the board of Ducommun Inc. and American Medal Bearing Company, one of his greatest joys was serving his country. He spent thirty eight years of active duty in the United States Army. He is survived bv his son. Dr, Edmond Ducommun. daughter-in- law, Nancy, and tneir cniidren, Lance Corporal, Jessica Giannone, Nicole and Jonathan Ducommun. He will always be loved and remembered by his brother, Gene Ducommun; and his sister, Patsy Frey, and all family members and friends. He will be reunited in heaven with his wife, Sharon V. Ducommun. Service 12:30pm, Friday, April 2, 1999 in the Faith Chapel. Military Graveside service to follow. Forest Lawn-Hollywood Hills. r ores! Lawn mortuary FEIGELMAN, Freda born in Lynn, Massachusetts April 8, 1930; passed away peacefully at home with her family by her side, after a long illness. A loving mother to Barry. Glen, and Neal and beloved grandmother to Yasha, Justin. Rachel, Laura and Aaro. She will be missed by all. Memorial service to be held Sunday, April 4th 11 am at Temple Akiba, 5249 Sepulveda Blvd., Culver City. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the American Diabetes Association. FORD, Celeste Merrill Rlchey, 76, of Hemet, passed away Monday, March 29, 1999. Born March 17, 1923 in Los Angeles. She was acounselor-teacher tor State of California Department of Rehabilitation for the Blind in Los Angeles for 30 years. Received her Masters Degree from U.S.C., also was a graduate of U.C.L.A., she was on the North Carolina State Commission for the Blind. Survived by son, Robert Richey, Newport Beach, California; brother, Lewis Merrill, Seal Beach, California; step-son, Michael Ford, River-ton, Wyoming; step-daughters, Ruth Gilbert, Houston, Texas, Mary School ey, Richardson, Texas, Elizabeth Spencer, Mill Valley, California. Services at First Church of Religious Science of Hemet, Tue., April 6, at 11am. Interment at Riverside National Cemetery, 22495 Van Buren Blvd., Riverside, CA. Memorial contributions to First Church of Religious Science of Hemet, 40450 Stetson Ave., Hemet, CA. 92544 or National Marfan Foundation, 382 Main St., Port Washington, N.Y. 11050-3136. Miller-Jones Mortuary, Hemet, 909638-3161 OBITUARIES Alegria, Elvira Antokal, Carol E. Berger, DiDi Belsalet, Bernard Bray. Opal F. Brown, Dorothy B. Capos, Anne B. Carmona, Fortunee M. Cochrane, Christopher Davis, Hope D. Ducommun, Edmond G. Feigclman, Freda Ford, Celeste M.R. Frisch, Bell R. Gilbert, Mildred B. Goldman, Mildred L. Gomez, Alfonso Jr. Gonzales, Ernestine Gore lick, Eddie I. Hawkins, Sharon L. Hoey, Edward Johnson, Albert Kahn, Daniel I. Kluge. Roger L. Leon, Alice O'Brien, Mary BOgulnik, Joseph P. Parks, Betty R. Pava, Eve L. Rapier, Rhoyndal B. Samore, John Sampson, James G Skillman, William 1. Waggoner, Rex E. Wallace, Barbara G. Williams, Martha G Wilson, Terry W. GOLDMAN, Mildred L. Neptune Society GOMEZ, Alfonso, Jr. Neptune Society GONZALES, Ernestine 'Tina,' passed away March 27, 1999, after a battle with cancer. She has left many loved ones including her husband, Daniel; and 5 daughters, Gloria (Ernie) Finan, Nora Gonzales, Hainie Chambers and Bob, Danielle (Kenny) Duboff, Alicia (David) Allbaugh; also mother. Vera; and brothers, Rudy and Gilbert Jimenez. Grandma Tina will be missed by her 20 grandchildren, and 3 great-grandchildren. She will also be remembered for her delicious cooking, loving house and; her nurturing spirit. Service will be held Sat April 3, at Valhalla Memorial Park, North Hollywood. GORELICK, Eddie I. Hillside Mortuary,800576-1994. HAWKINS. Sharon Lee Forest Lawn- Hollywood Hills HOEY. Edward Forest Lawn-Hollywood Hills JOHNSON, Albert Neptune Society KAHN, Daniel I., August 1, 1925 -March 31,. 1999, at Eisenhower Medical Center, Rancho Mirage, California, age 73. Survived by loving wife Lillian; daughters. Jeanne, Margie & Nancy; granddaughters Risa and Jenna; sisters, Donna and Doris, and many nieces, nephews and dear friends. Past Master Composite Lodge 1639. Served on the Planning Commission City of Rancho Mirage. Services Sunday April 4, 1999 at 12 Noon at Mount Sinai Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to your charity of choice. ; California on March 30, 1999 of natural causes. Born in Detroit. Michigan on June 6, 1918, he served in the Army during World War II in the Persian Gulf Command snipping supplies to the Soviet Union. Moved to Los Angeles in 1952 and eventually settled in Covina in 1962. Loving husband to Emily (Millie) who preceded him in death. Survived by son, Robert; brother, Claud; sisters, Dorothy, Betty, Virginia, June, and Carol and his nieces and nephew. Tap her light, Dad. Services will be Monday, April 5, 1999 at 11:00 at Oakdale Memorial Chapel. Followed by interment at Oakdale Memorial Park. LEON, Alice Guerra Gutierrez 32.1-721-8114 SAMORE, John Graveside Service, 11am, Friday, April 2, Valhalla Memorial Park, 10621 Victory Blvd., North Hollywood. Callanan Mortuary Directors, 800901-0090 SAMPSON, James Christopher, of Fountain Valley, California, age 78, rassed away suddenly on March 31. 999. Born in Boulder, Colorado and raised in St. Charles, Missouri. He served as a pilot in WWII, after which he earned a master's degree in math from the University of Missouri. He moved his famifv to southern California in 1952 to pursue a career as an electrical engineer at Aerojet General and McDonnel Douglas where he was a pioneer in the development of infrared guidance systems. He had a passion for flying and owned an airplane. He also enjoyed dancing, traveling, and spending time with his family. He is survived by his beloved wife and high school sweetheart, Elna Bohrer Sampson; two daughters, Susan Liechty and Jill Hen-drickson; son, John Christopher Sampson; ten grandchildren, and four great-grandchildren. Memorial Services will be held Saturday, April 3, at the Mesa Verde United Methodist Church located on 1701 Baker Street, Costa Mesa, at 12:30pm. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in memory of James C. Sampton to: Alzheimer's Association of Orange County, 2540 N. Santiago Boulevard. Orange, CA. 92867.(714)283-1111 Cemetery LotsCrypts F.L. HLYWD HILLS 'Court of Liberty". 4 lots. 1 373. 35 off price. Asking $8500 each. 323-732-0235 PP ROSE HILLS, Whittier Four Lots. Poplar". $1000 EachOBO. By Owner (818) 281-8113 ROSEHILLS Whittier. 2 lots "Garden of Rest" value $2500 ea. Sell $1500 eaobo. pp. 949-721-1508 FOREST LAWN-HOLLYWOOD HILLS 1 plot. Hillside section. $1600. Pp, 949364-9172 Cremation Services O'BRIEN, Mary Beatrice, passed away on March 29, 1999 at age 85. Born in Winnipeg, Canada, she came to Los Angeles in 1920 and later became a naturalized American citizen. She was a teacher, principal, and administrative assistant during a 40-year career in the Los Angeles Unified School District. Active in local, state, and international professional organizations, she received the International Achievement Award of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society in 1980. She was a speaker, writer, and editor in the fields of education and ferontology. She was an inveterate raveler, having visited over seventy-five countries around the world. She is survived by her sister, Sheila; and brother, Frank O'Brien. Funeral Mass Monday, April 5, 1999, 11am, St. John of God Chapel, 2035 W. Adams. Interment to follow at Holy Cross Cemetery, 5835 W. Slauson Ave., Culver City. Callanan Mortuary Directors, 800901-0090. OGULN1K, Joseph P. died March 29, 1999 at 84 years old. Husband of Anne: father of Rose, Charles, John (Holly); grandfather of Andrew and Jason. Memorial service is Sunday, April 4, at 12 Noon - Eden Memorial Park, 11500 Sepulveda Blvd., Mission Hills, CA. PARKS, Betty Reynolds, died March 28, 1999. Born in 1928 in Washington, D.C. She moved to Los Angeles in 1960. A math teacher for more than 20 years, she taught at Virgil Junior High and Los Angeles High School. Betty was a loving, thoughful person who reached out to others. She had a f;enuine warm way of touching the ives of those with whom she came in contact. She is survived by a daughter. Paula Lvnn Parks (Bradford Anderson, M.D.) ; 3 grandchildren, 1 brother, 12 nieces and nephews, and many friends. A memorial service will be held Sat., April 3, 11am at Christ the Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, 3303 W. Vernon Ave., L.A. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The American Cancer Society. FRISCH, Bell Ruth, born April 13, 1999, Los Angeles. She is survived by daughters, Claire Steinberg Greenberg, and grandson, Jeremy Steinberg, and Patricia Frisch, and grandson, K.yie Lemie, and granddaughter, Casey Lemle. Beloved mother and wife to the late Michael Frisch. M.D. GILBERT, Mildred Beatrice, born May 4, 1909. Bea moved to California as a young woman. Graduating from UCLA in 1932, starting at the Vermont location. On October 12, 1933, Bea and her much loved "Stu'1 (Wm. Stewart Gilbert, Jr.) were married. Both worked at Douglas Aircraft, El Segundo many years. After Stu's death in 1984, Bea moved back to her home state Washington. She is survived by nieces, Carol Callaghan, Gerl Longo; and nephew, Bill Cometh: 9 great nieces, 1 great nephew, 5 great-great nieces, and 3 great freat nephews. Bea died March 16, 999 in Lacey, Washington, after a short illness. We will all miss her great style, charm, beautiful smile and silver white hair. At Bea's request, there are no services. PAVA, Eve Lubin Devoted wife of the late Harry. Beloved mother of Helen (Harvey) Schiff, Maddy (Burt) Hirsch and Judy (Hal) Hyman. Loving grandmother of Stephen (Sherri) Schiff, Melanie (Gary) Bickelman, Richard Hirsch, Karen (Rod) Hormel, Brad Hyman and Deorat Larry) uay. Also survived bv 8 (treat grandchildren; three brothers Joe Lubin, Louis (Bernice) Lubin, Ronald (Sharon) Lubin: brother- in-law, jack (Esther) Pava and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held 1:00 pm Sunday at Eden Memorial Park Mallnow & Silverman Mortuary Directors. PAVA. Eve Lubin Mallnow A Silverman Mortuary RAPIER. Rhovndal B.. beloved father, untiring scout leader, outdoorsman, ana gardener, passed away March 23, 1999 at the age of 79. Rhoyndal was born December 5, 1919 in Bradley, Illinois. He is survived by his a children, Jean Daeges, Robert and Donald Rapier; 6 grandchildren, and 2 brothers, Kenneth ana riaroia ropier, There will be no services. Times Obituary Information Call Ms. Ryan Mon.-Sal. 8:30am-4pm (closed Sunday) 1-800-528-4637, Exl. 77242 or EM. 77241 Coo Anatlc OCIme SKILLMAN, William J., beloved father and best friend, born July 22, 1914; died March 24, 1999. Bill was one of 5 children born to A.D. Skillman and Julia in Ontario, California. He had a long engineering career with McDonnel Douglas. upon retirement ne joinea snow Aviation (based in Columbus. Ohio) helping to start the company and assisting in obtaining design approval from the FAA. He is survived oy nis younger rjromer, A.D. Skillman, Jr., his children are. Judy Nelson, Richard Skillman and Mary ooya; men nariDecK ana Rohn Bovd. are his grandchildren: 2 great grandchildren are Lauren and Luke. His family was very close to him and blessed in being with mm as ne oegan nis journey nome. WAGGONER, Rex Enlow, 72, of Westminster, California, passed away March 29, 1999. He was a retired Training Instructor for Douglas Aircraft Corporation. In his early years, he participated in gymnastics and was an avid sportsman. He also enjoyed being an artist, sculptor, woodcraftsman and was a true friend to both young and old. He is survived by his wife, Nanette Nancy waggoner plus numerous friends. Funeral Services will be held at 11am, on Monday, April 5, 1999 at Pacific View Mortuary, 3500 Pacific View Drive, Newport Beach, CA. with interment at Pacific View Memorial Park. Pacific View Mortuary, 3500 Pacific View Drive, Newport Beach, CA., WALLACE, Barbara G. Neptune Society WILLIAMS, Martha Cate Died in Tucson. Arizona. Febru ary 25, 1999. Wife of W.L. Williams of Tucson, Arizona; mother of David Williams of Tucson and Cindy Gillease; and grandmother of Brianna and Sarah Gillease of Santa Rosa, California. She was born in Benton. Arkansas in 1923. After attending Arkansas Tech, she wornea as an executive secretary for Bechtel Corp. in NY and San Francisco. Movinc to L.A. Countv (Arcadia) in 1969, she worked for Southern Pacific Pipelines, Law Offices of David Kyle, and L.A. City Fire Dept. before retiring in 1993. She was also a legal transcriber out of her home since the 1960's. She was an active member of Profes sional Secretaries International. Her devotion to her family, her pursuit oi excellence in ner career, ner beauty, her caring and gener-osity will be greatly missed. ARMSTRONG FAMILY M ALLOY- MITTEN WIIJSON, Terry W., of West Hills, California. Dassed awav on Tuesday, March 30, 1999 at his residence, at the age of 75. He was born in Huntincton Park on SeDtember 3. 1923 and has been a Los Angeles County resident for the past 65 years. Terrv is a retired actor and stunt man who worked in Hollywood for 38 years. He is best known as "Bill Hawks" from Wagon Train. He was an avid nunter, tisnerman, outdoorsman and loved gardening. Terry served in the Marine Corps during World War II. He is survived by his wife, Mary Ann Wilson of West Hills, California; daughter, Monica Devens of Saugus. California; son, Tim Wilson ot Kedondo Beach, ualttornia; daughter. Kathv Chase of Seattle. Washington; granddaughter, Kristin Pn-lTl. nfCanltU Wiohmatnn' grandson, Timothy Devens oi augus, California' sister, Eleanor wuson ot van wuys, umiorma sister, Mary ann Maeder of Northern California: and aunt. Sr Bernardine Marie of Los Angeles, California. Funeral Service will be on Monday. April 5, 1999 at 1pm at St. Bernaroines Catholic Church in Woodland Hills. Private interment at Pierce Brothers Valley Oaks Memorial Park in Westlake Village. Memorial contributions may oe made to June Ebenstiener Hospice Foundation, 5311 Derry Ave., Agoura Hills, CA. 91301. Arrangements are under the direction of Pierce Brothers Valley Oak Mortuary, Weitlake Village. Funeral Notices Composite Lodge I 595 F. & A.M. will assemble 12:00 Noon, Sunday, April 4, 1999 at Mount Sinai Memorial Park- 5950 Forest Lawn Drive, Los Angeles to conduct services for our late brother, DANIEL KAHN P.M. Sol Marco, P.M.W.M. Paul Firestone, P.M., Sect. total $488 Free Literature all LA & Orange Co. (800) 286-6789 " Lot Ange Funeral Directors A Friend of the Family nn mount eLfebl MORTUARY 800600-0076 s 323469-6000 ; LOS ANGELES FOREST LAWN W Mortuaries Glendale Long Beach U.Na6 Lk.Nallll Cypteu Covina Hills Hollywood Hills Ik. Na4 enen utt t c '" A place to remember Fuirnil, Crenudon A COMtery Swvkn (562) 699-0921 Whlttl W Ft) 970 ! JlU-Dtl-UU 800-576-1994 Related Services SAVE 40-75 ON CASKETS, Grave Markers, Urns, at California Casket Largest Selection. Free Delivery, 800-787-1400 The Los Angeles Times Please call the Obituary Desk twm The Obituary Desk is open Monday through Saturday, 8:30A.M.to4:00P.M. 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