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Hunter kills lion as it attacks BIGFORK (AP) Jim Lafever's mountain lion hunting trip ended successfully this week, despite the fact the lion had a different idea about who was the hunter and who was the prey. "I was hoping to run into a 1 lion, but it didn't happen the way I wanted," Lafever said. "I was supposed to be hunting him, not the other way -around." Lafever, armed with a .25-06 caliber rifle, was kneeling under a tree at the crest of a small hill on TAiesday, when he heard a noise behind him. : "I heard something behind' me, from where I had come from. It wasn't much, just the rustle of leaves," he said. Lafever turned around to see a full-grown mountain lion running straight toward him. Still on one knee, he spun around to face the charging animal. "The cat was running full-out. As I turned, it lit in the air and then turned sideways," he . said. "I shot just as he hit the ground."- Lafever's bullet hit the cat in the head. The cougar died 8 feet from Lafever. In memory of CARL J. EHMAN. On year ago today God took you away. Forever in our hearts. Love, Sue & Jennifer. GERT VAVROSKY ... remembering you on your 73rd birthday. We miss you more each and every day! Love forever, Paul, Paulette & family; Gary & family; Sharon & family; David & family. - . ' In loving memory of ROSEMARY ZEMLJAK. Remembered with love by your family. V In loving memory of ': ROSEMARY ZEMLJAK, mother, grandma, on her 2nd anniversary. You, your smile, kindness, and generosity will always be remembered in our hearts. Love, Fred, Brenda, Cherie, Katie. Sadly missed and lobed on your birthday, DODIE JONART. Gone but never forgotten. Your love an support is with us always. We love you. Your family. V Happy birthday, SISTER. Oh, how I miss your phone calls. I know you have no pain and that makes me real happy. Rest in Peace. Your sister, Marg. In loving memory of JOE McGINLEY on his birthday. Sadly missed by all your family. In loving memory of CARL EHMAN on his 1st anniversary. Always in our thoughts. Helen, Mark, Cass & Kelly, Mel & Colleen. . In memory of MARY DUDDY-KOPP, with sympathy to the Ed & Mary Sukovsky family. From Hugh Douglas, Dale & Christine Werner family. In loving memory of CLIFF "SPIKE" EDWARDS. You will be sadly missed by your friends at Double Eagle Casino. In loving memory of my aunt, GERRY (SICOTTE) " PERETTI. With love and prayers to all of her family. Nancy Chavez. - Memorials for Our Lady of the Rockies must be submitted to Our Lady of the Roc kies Foundation at 434 S. Main. 782-1221; or the foundation s gift shop in the Butte Plaza Mall. 3100 Harrison Ave.; 494-2656. Lighted today, K J Friday, j V iv November 7, A A 1997 K i - About obituaries The Montana Standard publishes, free of charge, obituaries of any per- " ; son in the area we serve up to 200 words. ' The charge for longer obituaries is : ' 50 cents for each word beyond the . 200-word limit." Pictures are printed free of charge, and should be submitted with the writ- ten obituary. : , . Obituaries of any length will be edited for spelling, standardized abbreviations and proper punctuation j Obituary authors are responsible for the accuracy and truthfulness of obituaries. The newspaper will provide fami-lies with a free guide to writing obituaries upon request. The deadline is 6 p.m. for the next I day's newspaper. Sylvia Batten, 75 Sylvia C. Batten of 2302 Silver Bow Blvd. died Wednesday in a local hospital. She was born Nov. 10, 1921, in Butte to Edward and Rosalie (Fudge) Bartzen and attended local schools. She had worked in numerous occupations including the x-ray department of St. James Community Hospital and later at Nancy's Pasty Shop, retiring in 1990. . Sylvia married George D. Batten in 1950 in Anaconda. Batten She was a member of the Ladies ' Auxiliary of the Silver Bow Park Athletic Club and the Neighbors of Woodcraft. Mrs. Batten enjoyed gardening and loved to read. Most of all she is remembered by her family as being completely devoted to all of them and an excellent home- maker. Survivors include her husband, George of Butte; son and daughter-in-law, Ronald and Loretta Darcy of Gooding, Idaho; daughters and sons-in-law, Marlene and Tom.Driscoll of Clarkston, Wash., Judy and Bob Chilcott of Cheyenne, Wyo.; grandchildren, Brian, Jennifer, Robin, Dana and Kevin Darcy, Danette Driscoll and her husband Brian Behler, Darci and Craig Wendt, Krystal Chilcott; great-grandchildren, Brooklyn Walter, Cassie and Courtney DEATH NOTICES Butte DUDDY-KOPP Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Duddy-Kopp will be conducted this Friday morning at 9:30 a.m. from the Chapel of Duggan Dolan Mortuary. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 10:00 a.m. in St. Joseph's Church. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. . Memorials may be made to the Frank Mischkot Memorial Fund in care of Butte High School or to a charity of donor's choice. duggan s nlfin 213 N. Mm-" - 723 "We Care" DEATH NOTICES Butte BATTEN Mrs. Sylvia C. Batten of 2302 Silver Bow Blvd. passed away Wednesday ; evening in a local hospital. Her remains are in Wayrynen- ; Richards Funeral Home where ; friends may call beginning this (Friday) afternoon after 4 o'clock. Parish Vigil services I will be conducted this evening at 7 o'clock in the funeral home. Prayers will be recited Saturday morning at 9:30 proceeding to St. Anns Catholic Church where Liturgy of the Resurrection will be celebrated at 10 o'clock. Interment will be in Sunset Memorial Park. The family requests that j memorials be made to the Idaho School for the Deaf and : the Blind in Gooding, ID, the American Lung Association or to Butte Catholic Education Fund. -'-4 : & : 1LP 1800 Florence - 723-3221 Obituaries Wendt; sister and brother-in-law, Norma and James White of Butte. Visitation will begin at 4 p.m. today in Wayrynen-Richards Funeral Home. Parish Vigil services will be held at 7 p.m. in ' the funeral home. Prayers will be recited, at 9:30 a.m. Saturday proceeding to St. Ann's Catholic Church where Liturgy of the Resurrection will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Interment will be in Sunset Memorial Park. Memdrials: Idaho School for the Deaf and the Blind in Gooding, ID, the American Lung . Association or. Butte Catholic Education Fund. Katherine Petritz, 67 Katherine Therese (Sullivan) Petritz, 67, died peacefully in her home in Seattle on Nov. 5, 1997. She was born June 12, 1930, in Butte, where she eventually met and married James George Petritz in 1955. Together they shared 42 wonderful years and produced five children: James, Lucy, Donald, Joseph, and Margaret. Kay was known as a loving mother, sister, grandmother, aunt, and "Mom" to many others. , She is survived by her husband, James Petritz; her children, Jimmy and Debbie, Lucy, Donny arid Wendy, Joe and Jenny, and Margaret and Eric; her grandchildren, Christy, Heidi, Erik and Andrew; and her siblings, Harold, Roy and Ray Sullivan, and Mary Anne Gianni. Her love and compassion for all was shown in her faith, understanding and giving toward others. She is one individual who worked to create a family atmosphere in her home for all who entered. Her loving memory and spirit will be with us always. The Vigil Service will be 3 p'.m. Sunday and the Funeral Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday, at St.x Brendan's Church in Bothell, Wash. Interment, Holyrood Cemetery in Shoreline, Wash. In lieu of flowers, Kay requested that remembrances be made to American Lung Association of Washington, 2625 3rd Ave., Seattle, WA 98121. Hoffner, Fisher & Harvey of Seattle is in charge of arrangements. Mary Anliker, 88 Mary Barkell Anliker died Tuesday in Missoula. She was born July 5, 1909, in Butte to Mike and Kate Metully. She was raised and educated in Butte moving to Missoula in 1946. She married James Barkell Aug. 4, 1934, in Bozeman; he died in 1944. She then married Nickolus Anliker July 5, 1945, in Butte; he died in 1975. Mary was a member of the Eagles Auxiliary 32 F.O.E. for 18 years and enjoyed gardening, camping, bottle hunting, rock collecting and crocheting. She was a member of St. Anthony Catholic Church. Survivors include daughter and son-in-law, Alice and Bill Raymond of Missoula; grandchildren and spouses, Mike and Tonya Raymond of Tulsa, Okla., James and Tim Raymond, Michelle and Brian Devlin, all of Missoula; great-grandchildren, i Kayla and Michael Devlin, Brittany Sale, Cody Raymond of Missoula, Nickolus Raymond of Tulsa; sister, Anne Carveth of DEATH NOTICES iuiiNM y DAVSD M. J0KSS0M, 57 Memorial services for Mr. David N. Johnson will be conducted from the Granite County Cultural Center, Saturday af ternon at 2 p.m. with Pastor David Wilson officiating. No visi tationwake. Memorials: Granite County Home Health in lieu of flowers. Anzccnda BILL ROSS, 71 Private services for Mr. Bill Ross will be held in Livingston at a later date. " Inurnment will be in the Mountain View Cemetery in Livingston. Cremation has taken place. KT Junetal 3iame3 Anaconda Philipsburg 563-3421 Butte. ' . " She was preceded in death by nine brothers and a sister. Visitation will be held from 10 a.m. to 5 p.iriTSaturday at Garden City Funeral Home and 4 to 7 p.m. Sunday with Vigil Services at 7 p.m. Mass of the Resurrection will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Monday at St. -Anthony Catholic Church. A reception follows in the Eagles Lodge, 2420 South Ave. West. Visitation begins 4 p.m. Monday at Wayrynen-Richards Funeral Home. Interment will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Silver Star. Memorials: Missoula Manor Homes Endowment Fund, 909 W Central, Missoula, MT 59801. John Mayer, 80 John J. Mayer, formerly of 1919 W. Park in Anaconda, died Wednesday in Stevensville. He was born July 14, 1917, in Anaconda to Edward and Mary O'Neil Mayer. He attended local schools, graduating from Anaconda High School. John worked for the Anaconda Co. before entering the Army where he served in the South Pacific during World War II. After his discharge he returned to work at the Smelter until illness forced his retirement. He spent two years in the V.A. Hospital in Helena. In 1955 he moved to Stevensville to be near his lifelong friend, Ed Cummings Sr. John was a member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and the Veterans of Foreign Wars. He was an avid sports fan. , Mr. Mayer is survived by his close friend, Ed Cummings Jr. and his family, of Stevensville. He was preceded in death by his brother, Edward W. Mayer. Visitation begins at 5 p.m. Sunday in the Longfellow Finnegan Funeral Home with Parish Vigil services at 7 p.m. Funeral services begin at 10:15 a.m. Monday at the funeral home and proceed to St. Peter Catholic Church where Mass will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Burial will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery with military honors. Bill Ross, 71 Private services for William Earl "Bill" Ross, 71, of Livingston are pending. Inurnment will be in the Mountain View Cemetery in Livingston. . He died Thursday in Anaconda Community Hospital. Mr. Ross was born on Sept. '. 17, 1926, in Manhattan, to William Earl and Eva (Baker) Ross. He graduated from Park High in Livingston. He married Betty Bauer in 1950. They operated the Antler's Bar for many years before they divorced. He moved in 1967 to California; where he met Nancy McNally. They married June 22, 1970, in Livingston. He worked for a logging company and in 1982 returned to bartending at the Pastime and Mint Bar until retiring in 1992. Bill liked the outdoors and did pen-and-ink paintings. He belonged to the Livingston Elk and Moose Lodges and the carpenters' and bartenders' unions. He came to Warm Springs in June 1997. . Survivors include his wife, Nancy; daughters and sons-in-law, Deborah and Ted Leckner, Helena, and Shirley and Gary Glass, Livingston; 11 grandchildren; and numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. A son, William Earl, and sisters, Doris Cummings and Ester Freden, preceded himin death. Cremation arrangements are by the KT Riddle Funeral Home. DEATH NOTICES Anaconda ATTN: OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF THE AMERICAN LEGION AND V.F.W. MAYER Friends may call to pay their respects to John J. Mayer, 80, in the Longfellow Finnegan Funeral Home beginning Sunday at 5:00 p.m. The Parish Vigil Service will be held in the Funeral Home at 7:00 p.m. The funeral will begin in the Longfellow Finnegan Funeral Home Monday at 10:15 a.m. and proceed to St. Peter Church where the Mass will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Burial will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery with military honors. 3P 3 107 Oak - Anaconda - 563-3371 The Montana Standard, Supreme Court rules Kalispell lawyer suspended while charges pending By Bob Anez of The Associated Press HELENA A Kalispell attorney, facing a long list of misconduct charges, cannot practice law while the allegations against her are pending, the Montana Supreme Court , ordered Thursday. The justices unanimously said the unrefuted complaints about Catharine Sapp-LeClaire . show she would be a threat to current and future clients if allowed to represent them. The suspension, rarely done in lawyer disciplinary cases, was requested by the state Commission on Practice, which investigates complaints against attorneys and recommends punishment to the Supreme Court; LeClaire could not be reached for comment Thursday. In an 11-count complaint filed with the commission this week, she was accused of violating several rules governing lawyer behavior. She allegedly lied to clients and cheated them out of thousands of dollars in fees while doing little or no legal work on their cases. She never refunded about $6,000 in legal fees and failed to provide them with an accounting of what she did to earn the money, the commission's investigator said. He also said LeClaire advised clients to ignore court Minor quake rattles Bozeman area BOZEMAN (AP) A magnitude 4.0 earthquake was felt in the Bozeman, Belgrade, Manhattan and Amsterdam areas Thursday afternoon. The Manhattan schools were evacuated and then classes were dismissed for the day after the 2 p.m. quake, said Mike Hoey, Gallatin County Disaster and Emergency Services coordinator. , No injuries or damages were reported, Hoey said. "It was kind of like a sharp retort and the things in the china jiggled," said Joanne Hinsen of Manhattan. "We have had them here before, but this seemed shorter and sharper." The quake also was felt in ' the Belgrade city offices and the upper floors of the federal building in Bozeman, Hoey said. "You could hear the house Skull discovered near MILES CITY (AP) A human skull found east of Miles City in late September has been identified as belonging to a man who disappeared in the area in 1988. Custer County Sheriff Tony Harbaugh said Thursday that dental work confirmed the skull was that of Daniel Robert Wilson, who disappeared while driving from Spokane, Wash., to Longmont, Colo., where his family lives. His car was found Aug. 27, 1988, about 15 miles east of Miles City. Wilson had a history of mental problems. An extensive search found no sign of the man, and an episode on the disappearance aired a few months later on "Unsolved Mysteries." Harbaugh said the skull was found by a ranch worker about , We'll fix your Holiday j Centerpiece or Baskets MARCHIE'S "A Utile hit of everything' SOO Cobban 7X2-2725 782-8785 r Books e Books 206 W. Park 782-9520 Butte, Friday, November 7, 1977 AS orders, routinely' wrote bad checks and tried to blackmail a client's husband into signing a divorce settlement. Although the complaint was not filed until this week, the commission had its investiga- . tor's report a month earlier when it requested LeClaire be suspended. In its letter to the Supreme Court, the commission noted that LeClaire had responded to only two of the 1 1 allegations against her over a period of several months. She did not . reply despite repeated requests from the commission. "An abundance of allegations of serious misconduct stand unrefuted by respondent (LeClaire) against a backdrop of indifference by the respondent toward her professional responsibilities to the public and to the disciplinary process itself," the commission said. The nature and number of . allegations, together with ; LeClaire's refusal to answer most of them, indicate she represents a "substantial threat of irreparable harm" to clients if permitted to keep practicing, it said. In agreeing with that conclusion, the Supreme Court ordered LeClaire to immediately tell her clients and any fellow attorneys involved in her cases of her suspension. moving. It was like a big. truck going by," said Denise Leister of Amsterdam. "It's a general wakeup call Yor our community to be aware that we live in an seismically active area," said Hoey, who noted that aftershocks were , possible. ' The quake was confirmed by the National Earthquake ! Information Center in Golden, Colo., but it was unclear where the earthquake was centered. Hoey said the Department of Natural Resources and Conservation is required to visually inspect dams that may have been affected by earthquakes of magnitude 3.5 to 4.5. He said the agency would" inspect the Hyalite Dam and Cottonwood Dam in Shields Valley on Friday. Miles City identified six miles south of where the car was found in 1988. The skull was near a creek, and Harbaugh said it could have been moved by high water or animals. No other remains were found. He said he doesn't suspect foul play and believes Wilson may have become disoriented and died from exposure. ' . Is your Corporate Website Generating rid you want? At Internet Connect we attract www.montsna.com - Uak th ttlfcmitomttjxnrmctlon. S V I c s (406)723-6850 1-800-755-1568 500 East Front Suite 523A Butts Montana-owned and operated Tuesday, Nov. 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