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July 5, 1951     Times
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CHARLES CULP farm home south of Latham a half mile, pied by Mr. and Mrs. Adolp Kull. OCCU - PART OF THE DAMAGE done to farm buildings at Charles culP farm. THAT LITTLE FLOWER POT on top of the storm cellar just back of Sandleben house remained undisturbed but a coal shed just back of it was carried away. THIS WAS AN AUTOMOBILE before the storm hit it when Culp of Latham was driving west of Heman on Route 121. miraculously escaped serious injury as car was carried hundred feet into cornfield. AUTO at Henry Sandleben farm south of Narita resting where it was blown several hundred feet from house. )_ . T . HEDGE FENCE over which Ed Culp's car was supposed to hJ been lifted by the storm. SCENE AT CHARLES McGUIRE farm home north of Heman. Corn picker is shown split in half. 4P CAR OF BOBBLE DILL hit by storm between Heman and rolled 180 feet up against railroad embankment he w'as found by state police, with his hair partly cut works for Ernest Campbell. \\; GINO ACCIVATTI home and buildings near Warrensburg, com. pletely demolished. FARM STORE at Heman.