Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on October 28, 1955 · Page 5
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Dial PA-2-4600 for a .WANT AD Taker EVENING TFMES, .CUMBERLAND, MD.,; FllIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1955 FIVE Methods used by the State Roads to Commission • in ' determining the weight'of trucks on the highways ney was .challenged by -the .defense in an overload case yesterday in Trial Magistrates Court. Attorney William: H.. Gcpp'ert asked if the use of only four scales Richard to weigh: a ^tractor-trailer with six axles was accurate enoi CAUGHT IN.TRAP—Anthony An'tico, 20, of.Brooklyn, snarls defiance as he is held in the tight grip of a detective. Anticei was injured in.an auto crash which followed an attempted holdup of a fur shop in Brooklyn. Police arrested Antico and three other men for the stickup'which was broken, up by the scream of furrier Mrs. Miriam Davidson. ' W. fhototoxl North End Group .. Forms 'Youth Glub • The North End Sub-Teen ' Club will meet today'at 7 p. m., according to Robert E. 'Pence, city recreation director; The club was organized at a meeting last week. Tonight's meeting .will feature'movies. The group meets at the North End Playground. ATTENTION Knights of Columbus All rntmbcn of Cumberland Council, No. 586, Knight! of Columbia, an rtquttted to otttnd a ipvciol m»tt- infl at >H« horn* en North Mechanic St. tonight at 7 o'clock*-to to let action in tht cliolh of our lot* brothtr, Robirl Barnhilf. Th* rotary will b. rtcilctt for. tht rtpoii of hii tout ot th* Right Fu- ncrol Horn* ol 7:30 immvdialtly following tht muting. Sign.d: W. EDWARD NEUS, . . Grand Knighl A STATEMENT OF OUR POLICY FIRE LOSSES : are RUNNING HIGH thii year. • If your home became a fire statistic, would you have enough in- turanee to start you out anew? , Better bring your corerage up to to- * day'i value. Call us * today. Ends Floor Washing! Cleans and Waxes in One Easy Operation! Prcwrve the beauty of your linoleum fleon with Bruce Floor Cleaner, the "wut-as->o.u-clean" product that really remove* itubborn din and heel marki. Clcani, then .*' ' leavci a. protective, anii- ilip wax coating just right for linoleum. Idei] for wood floon, loo. TruckWeighing Methods Of State Challenged By Attorney In Overload Case ough cli determine if,the Iqad.was over weight. Gcppcrt is defense!'allot 1 ' for James S. Jones, Chaflcs< .. i, W. Va., trucker with hauling an overload of pounds/oi) Rbute.40 in LaValc. State Roads Commission Offii Boyle and John J. Devlin Jones October 11 and larged him with hauling 109,000 in ton, vehicle arrested pounds load over-the highways a 90,000-pound' permit. Jones, driving ;• for the Hal who is'charged Trucking and Service Company'ol 19,000 Charleston, was transporting. huge shovel crane from . Charles- Officers ton to the site of the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company.plant here. The,trucking concern, basing its request .on the weight' of (lie crane . supplied by the .manjifactiircr, applied for a permjt.-to' haul a ill 90,000'pouhd load in West Virginia, of Maryland, and Pennsylvania, Gep- detei a pert informed Magistrate J. Milton Dick:•'.'•;••• . • • % The attorney, citing the fact that four scales were used to weigh the truck, said an improper weight was' determined because. of. un- equal distribution of weight on the ixlcs. He said friction, gravity and unevenncss of ground .all were within miming factors in . weighing such a heavy load. Jones testified that the heav; equipment, was shipped on three equipment tractor-trailer units with his load being the largest piece' of the equipment. He said the crane-was stripped of. counterweights, ; cab and caterpillar treads to lighten It the permit requirements. The state ofiiccrs said they weighed (lie truck in accordance /ith the accepted methods and at their disposal. 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