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 - Chinook Youth Killed in Blast 51 8 20 8 10 16 0...
Chinook Youth Killed in Blast 51 8 20 8 10 16 0 0 2 1 1 0 0 1 0 65 51 65 State this was com- for wres- ^ < "f- °"C '. \, * \ _-J5, < FATAL BLAZE — Billowing smoke from tanks belonging to Texaco at Chinook mark the site where DarreU Selbel, 16, lost his life last Friday afternoon. The youth apparently dropped a match Into one of the 500-barrel capacity tanks and the resulting explosion spread fo two other tanks of similar capacity. (Photo by Dave McFadden) .A 16-year-old Chinook youth, DarreU Selbel, was killed Friday Friday afternoon in the explosion of a 500-barrel tank ownedbyTex- aco on the east side of Chinook. Apparently Selbel dropped a match Into the tank while he was at the top of the tank. The fire set two other storage tanks ablaze. ,. t A companion, MlkeTerbovltz, t a *,a, £r>^ 20, who was on a gangway, suf- * v " - ^tws"' f ere( j burns ^ othe,. injures and was taken to a Havre hospital hospital where he Is reported in Improved Improved condition today. Another youth,ConradSteams, 19, who was in the area, was uninjured, Seibel's body was recovered Saturday. Investigation of the explosion Is being mad^by..SherlrJ Murdo McLean of Elaine County, Black smoke from the fire could be seen in Havre. Funeral. services for Seibel were conducted this afternoon at the Zlon Lutheran Church in Chinook with the Rev. Norman Raedeke, pastor, officiating. The body was sent to Red Lake Falls, Minn,, where interment will be in Oak Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers were Scott Blll- mayer, Kent Bryan, JohnSkoyen,. Joe Albrecht, Steve Olson and Pat Phares. The ushers were William Mangold, Cal Harsh man, Audie Mangold and Danny Gorman. Mrs. Bruce Dahl was soloist and was accompanied by Mrs. James Van Campen. Seibel, a Chinook High School student, was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Seibel. He was born in Minot, N.D., Aug. 7, 1953. U.S. Havre today hours a.m. In high Tues- to- 30's. zero. was with ground. north. MosUy Tuesday. change. STATE CLASS A WRESTLING CHAMPIONS - For the second 15-25. * ear Jn succession the Havre Blue Ponies have captured (he Montana Class A state wrestling championship, grabbing the title at the state mat tournament which was held at Havre High School on Friday and Saturday. The Blue Ponies rolled up 67 points (o take the state championship, far outdistancing second place Miles City's 41 points. Pictured kneeling from left in front are Tom Molen, head coach; Mickey Geldard, 58 pounds and third in state; Larry Johnson, 107-pound 22 at slafe champion; Terry Ceynar, 115-pound stale champion for East, the second year; Rich Saunders, 123-pounder; Steve Ham- block, 130-pounder; Darryl Smith, student manager. From left in back are Jim Jensen, trainer; Gary Richardson, 137- pound stale champion; Rob Floren, I45-pounder;DaveSprtnger, 155-pounder; Tary Richardson, 165 pounds and third In stale, Don Dusek, 175-pounder; Mark Kuhr, 185 and third in state, and Dick Gilder, assistant coach. Kavre had the most boys qualified for the stale meet, 11, of any of the 43 schools represented here and though all did not place In the top four, all did contribute points toward the total score which brought the state championship to the Blue Ponies, (Staff photo by Vern Molntyre)

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  1. The Havre Daily News,
  2. 23 Feb 1970, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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