Bull Causes Injuries
50 Years Ago
October 22, 2020
Herald of Oct. 22, 1970
The Post Office Department is considering changes in its plans for a new Martinsburg Post Office to meet local requests concerning design and location.
Four young men from scattered sections of the Cove area are accused by Martinsburg Police of taking a crate containing 24 dozen eggs from the poultry farm of John E. and Gene David. The young men declined to disclose what their purpose was in bringing the eggs into the borough.
When a bull turned on him as he was attempting to move the animal from truck to pen at the Morrisons Cove Livestock Barn, John A. Mellott of Roaring Spring suffered serious injuries.
Glenn E. Buell of Martinsburg suffered a painful accident when his thumb was torn off while he was tying a horse at the barn of a friend in the Saxton area.
It was an easy victory for the undefeated Panthers of Northern Bedford as they crushed the Claysburg-Kimmel Bulldogs 68-0 at the Roaring Spring Athletic Field. This was NB’s sixth win of the season.