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INDEX of PATENTS 



ISSUED FROM 



THE UNITED STATES 
PATENT OFFICE 



1948 







INDEX OF PATENTS 



ISSUED FROM 



THE UNITED STATES 
PATENT OFFICE 



1948 




UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1949 



For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, Washington, D. C. S2.00 (Paper covers); $4.00 (Cloth) 



CONTENTS 



Page 

List of Patentees (includes Reissues) 3 

List of Design Patentees 465 

List of Plant Patentees 523 

List of Disclaimers 525 

List of Inventions (includes Reissues) 527 

List of Design Inventions 735 

List of Plant Inventions 757 

List of Disclaimers arranged by Inventions 759 

Decisions Published in the Official Gazette in 1948 761 



1948 
PATENTS ISSUED 

Patents 23,973— No. 2,433,824 to No. 2,457,796 ' inclusive. 

Designs 3,968— No. 148,267 to No. 152,234 inclusive. 

Reissues 111— No. 22,957 to No. 23,067 inclusive. 

Plant Patents 44 — No. 774 to No. 817 inclusive. 



1 Includes 10 withdrawn. 







1948 
LIST OF PATENTEES 



This list includes reissue patentees 
Arranged in accordance with the first significant character or word of the name (in accordance with city and tel «ptcnc dinctoi y practic 



A C F-Brill Motors Company, assignee : See — 

Flogaus, Howard A. 
A. M I Incorporated, assignee : See — 

McCallum, Robert A. 
AMP Corporation, assignee : See — 

Thompson, Parke H. 
A P Parts Corporation, The, assignee : See — 

Colwell, Harry E. 
A/S Enico, assignee : See — 

Mejlbo, Erik G. 
ATF Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Thompson, Harold L., and King. 
Aab, William, New Ulm, Minn. Cord supporting device. 

2,444,800, July 6. 
Aagaard, Leif, Red Bank, N. J., and W. J. Cauwenberg, 
Piney River, Va., assignors to American Cyanamid 
Company, New York, N. Y. Composite pigments. 
2,444,237, June 29. 
Aagaard, Leif, Red Bank, N. J., and W. J. Cauwenberg, 
Piney River, and W. R. Whately, Lynchburg, Va., as- 
signors to American Cyanamid Company, New York, 
N. Y. Composite pigments. 2,444,238, June 29. 
Aakjer, Jens J. : See — 

Furst, Albert J., Aakjer, and Dickerson. 
Aamot, Sven, Downers Grove, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Con- 
trol apparatus. 2,448,852, Sept. 7. 
Aas, Bjarne, Fredrikstad, Norway ; vested in the Attorney 
General of the United States. Apparatus for cutting 
the bevel on hull planking. 2,437,236, Mar. 9. 
Abbe, Kenneth P., Longmeadow, Mass. Necktie press and 

case. 2,446,733, Aug. 10. 
Abbink-Spaink, Johann H. : See — 

Ingoldby, Maurice K., and Abbink-Spaink. 
Abbott, Andrew D., Fairfax, Calif., assignor to The Procter 
& Gamble Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Margarine oil 
production. 2,442,538, June 1. 
Abbott-Becker Distributing & Manufacturing, assignee : 
See — 

Burke, Vincent D. 
Abbott, Elbert V., assignor to Electric Time Recording 
Register Company, San Francisco, Calif. Time record- 
ing device. 2,436,539, Feb. 24. 
Abbott, Gheen R., Baltimore, Md. Rack and gear op- 
erated column clamp. 2,441,178, May 11. 
Abbott, Jerome G., Long Branch, N. J. Variable trans- 
former. 2,442,751, June 8. 
Abbott Laboratories, assignee : See — 
Fields, Mack R. 
Helgren, Fred J. 

Knauf, Albert E., and Kirchmeyer. 
LefHer, Marlin T.. and Rundell. 
Weston, Arthur W. 
Abbott, Scott M., Chicago, assignor to R. C. Burrows, 
Park Ridge, 111. Liquid dispenser. 2,436,030, Feb. 17. 
Abbott, Walter D., assignor to Vanott Machine Corp., 
Buffalo, N. Y. Buffing and polishing machine. 2,447,454, 
Aug. 17. 
Abbott, W'infield F., Ruislip, England, assignor to The 
Bristol Company, Waterbury, Conn. Electrical contact 
system. 2,445,816, July 27. 
Abbrecht, Hermann H., Shaker Heights, assignor to The 
Osborn Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Trimming machine. 2,449,042, Sept. 14. 
Abe, Philber A., assignor to The Monarch Machine Tool 
Company, Sidney, Ohio. Grooving machine. 2,441,915, 
May 18. 
Abeel, James M.. Sebastopol, Calif. Gopher trap. 

2.436,985, Mar. 2. 
Abel, Franklin W., Franklin, Ind. Pavement slab con- 
nector. 2,448,134, Aug. 31. 
Abeles, Jerome G., assignor to The Formfit Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Strapless brassiere. 2,443,127, June 8. 
Abeles, Paul W., London W. 11, England. Composite 

structural member. 2,455,153, Nov. 30. 
Abend, Irving J., and M. Slepoff, New York, N. Y. Photo- 
graphic flash apparatus. 2,447,832, Aug. 24. 
Aber, Joseph S., assignor of 6 per cent to W. S. Loeb, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Packing gasket and static seal. 2,437,586, 
Mar. 9. 

Aber, Joseph S., Philadelphia, Pa. Elastic snap ring 

fastener. 2,456,355, Dec. 14. 
Aber, Joseph S., Philadelphia, Pa. Packing gasket and 

static seal. 2,456,356, Dec. 14. 



Abercrombie, David J., E. A. Brettingham-Moore, and W. 
T. Muscio, Alexandria, near Sydney, New South Wales, 
Australia, assignors to International Standard Electric 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Time-delay switch oper- 
ating system. 2,457,112, Dec. 28. 

Abernathy, Bill J., Jr. : Set — 

Plemel, Lawrence M., and Abernathy. 

Abiubo, uonii, i>ew uumoerland, Pa. Airway marker. 
2,455,721, Dec. 7. 

Ablah, Frank J., assignee : See — 
McMillan, James O. 

Able Scientific Glass Apparatus Co., assignee : See — 
Meneses, Hector A. 

Abraham, Artie : See — 

Marx, Paul, and Abraham. 

Abraham, Charles R., San Francisco, Calif. Means and 
method of indicating acceleration. 2,457,620, Dec. 28. 

Abraham, Hans A., Philadelphia, Pa. Electric outlet 
2,439,708, Apr. 13. 

Abraham, Herbert, assignor to The Ruberoid Co., New 
York, N. Y. Shingle. 2,444,623, July 6. 

Abraham, Herbert, assignor to The Ruberoid Co., New 
York, N. Y. Interlocking strip-shingles. 2,452,708, 
Nov. 2. 

Abraham, Ralph, assignor to Seth E. Giem River Unit, 
Memphis, Tenn. Side dump truck body. 2,439,439, 
Apr. 13. 

Abrahamson, Edmund, Baldwin, N. Y. Vibration actuated 
indicator. 2,438,958, Apr. 6. 

Abram, Oliver R., Glenaale, Calif. Electric welding 
ground. 2,437,633, Mar. 9. 

Abramovitch, Benjamin, Stamford, Conn., assignor to 
American Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Pre- 
paring oxazolidines. 2,443,062, June 8. 

Abrams, Armand J., M. H. Gorin, and C. O. Baker, Dallas, 
Tex., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Socony-Vacu- 
um Oil Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Manu- 
facture of carbon monoxide and hydrogen from methane. 
2,449,359, Sept. 14. 

Abrams, Ben, assignee, et al. : See — 
Stallsmith, Clare B. 

Abrams, Ellis, Philadelphia, assignor to Quaker Chemical 
Products Corp., Conshohocken, Pa. Composition and 
process for imparting water repellent finish to textiles. 
2,446,864, Aug. 10. 

Abrams Instrument Company, assignee : See — 
Abrams, Talbert, Moore, and Nelson. 
Moore, Milford B. 

Abrams Investment Co. : See — 
Stallsmith, Clare B. 

Abrams, Joe, assignee, et al. : See — - 
Stallsmith, Clare B. 

Abrams, Joseph, Brooklyn, assignor to Louis Saffer Co., 

£ n „ c ;'o ££ w . York v. N - T - Garmentmaking apparatus. 
2,448,287, Aug. 31. 

Abrams, Joseph S., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Illustrated 
matter. 2,454,419, Nov. 23. 

Abrams, Max, assignee, et al. : See — 
Stallsmith, Clare B. 

Abrams, Sam, assignee, et al. : See — 
Stallsmith, Clare B. 

Abrams, Talbert, and M. B. Moore, Lansing, and R Nelson 
East Lansing, assignors to T. Abrams, doing business as 
Abrams Instrument Company, Lansing, Mich. Lens 
heater. 2,443,913, June 8. 

Abramson, Abraham, New York, assignor to Raylite Elec- 
tric Corp., Bronx, N. Y. Device producing ornamental 
bubble effects and method. 2,453,176, Nov 9 

Abramson, Abraham, New York, assignor to Raylite Elec- 
tric Corp., Bronx, N. Y. Device producing ornamental 
bubble effects and method. 2,453,177, Nov. 9. 

Abramson, Abraham, New York, assignor to Raylite Elec- 
tric Corp., Bronx, N. Y. Bubble ornamental device and 
method. 2,453,178, Nov. 9. 

Abramson, Louis D., Boston, Mass. Air-cooled electrode 
holder. 2,440,816, May 4. 

Abramson, Morris H., Springfield, Mass. Securing device 
2,456,039, Dec. 14. 

Accessories Manufacturing and Engineering Company, as- 
signee : See — 

Kraeger, Rudolph E. 

Accles & Shelvoke Limited, assignee : See — 
Arrowsmith, John B. 

Accmatool Co., Inc., assignee : See — 
Bentzman, Louis. 

Ace Glass Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Krenz, Harry. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Ace Storm Window Company, assignee : See — 

Krantz, Walter M. 
Achenbach, Charles J., Manitowoc, Wis. Traction shoe 

attachment for wheels. 2,450,776, Oct. 5. 
Acheson, Louis K., assignor to The Hoover Company, 
North Canton, Ohio. Suction cleaner. 2,436,159, 
Feb. 17. 
Acheson, Marcus A., and P. Haas, assignors to Sylvania 
Electric Products Inc., Emporium, Pa. Electron dis- 
charge tube. 2,443,528, June 15. 
Achs, Nicholas, Detroit, Mich. Refrigerated display case. 

2,441,463, May 11. 
Acker, John T., Queens Village, assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. T. 
Insulating coating compositions and making. 2,457,515, 
Dec. 28. 
Ackeret, Jakob, Kusnacht near Zurich, assignor to 
Aktiengesellschaft Fuer Technische Studien, Zurich, 
Switzerland. Thermal power plant and its working 
medium, with method of operation. 2,453,886, Nov. 16. 
Ackerman, Albert C, Ballston Spa, N. Y. Seamless knit 
ambidextrous glove and making the same. 2,441,611, 
May 18. 
Ackerman, Arthur O., Fullerton, Calif. Entrapping con- 
densation. 2,456,238, Dec. 14. 
Ackerman, Harold S., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to Hubbard 
and Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Control apparatus. 
2,449,538, Sept. 21. 
Ackerman, James E., Devon, Conn., assignor to The Singer 
Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Strip revers- 
ing binder for sewing machines. 2,452,419, Oct. 26. 
Ackerman, Max, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Handi-Bag 

Co. Lady's handbag. 2,448,404, Aug. 31. 
Ackerman, Milton J. : See — 

Clammer, Edward S., Ackerman, and Barton. 
Ackley, Robert A., assignor to Republic Flow Meters 
Company, Chicago, 111. Method of and apparatus for 
measuring the composition of gas. 2,437,720, Mar. 16. 
Ackley, Robert A., assignor to Republic Flow Meters 
Company, Chicago, 111. Vapor indicating apparatus. 
2,455,966, Dec. 14. 
Ackroyd, Archie M., Cranford, N. J., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Bubble cap. 2,443,812, 
June 22. 
Acme Electric Corporation, assignee : See — 
Comstock, James A. 
Miller, Edward A. 
Acme Industrial Hydraulics, Inc., assignee : See — 

Gabriel, Adam. 
Acme Steel Company, assignee : See — 

Spiller, William R.. and Niederhauser. 
Acme Tool and Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 

Shea. Robert P., and Furer. 
Acme Visible Records, Inc., assignee : See — 
Attwood, Charles E. 
Hall, Marchand B. 
Hall. Marchand B., and Ketterman. 
Rockwell, Lyle C. 
Smith, Perry R. 
Acrotorque Company, The, assignee : See — 

Orshansky, Elias, Jr. 
Action Buffs, Inc., assignee : See — 

Seelenfreund, Louis M. 
Acton, Russel D., Chicago, 111., assignor to International 
Harvester Company. Tractor-mounted implement. 
2,435,563, Feb. 10. 
Acton, Russel D., Chicago, 111. Tractor-mounted power 

Act on <3e Rus 2 scrb 7G5 Chi a cag 4 o, 111. Tractor Power device. 

2,454,684, Nov. 23. 
Acton, Russel D., Chicago, 111. Hydraulic cylinder and 

piston device. 2,456,236, Dec. 14. 
Acton, Russel D., Chicago, 111., assignor to International 
Harvester Company. Tractor mounted implement. 
2,456,237, Dec. 14. _ _. . . ■ 

Adair, Garland L., Fort Worth, Tex. Key retainer. 
2,442,479, June 1. „ , „ . _ ,_ 

Adair Paul P.. Davton, Ohio. Relative temperature in- 
dicator. 2,450,871, Oct. 12. . 
Adair, Russell S., Youngstown, Ohio Control device foi 

hydraulic sleadv rest chucks. 2,451,705, Oct. 19. 
Adam, Finnic St. Louis County, and F. S. Green assignors 
to Prank Adam Electric Company, St. Louis, Mo. Cir- 
cuit breaker. 2,435,114, Jan. 27. 
Adam, Frank, Electric Company, assignee: See — 
Adam, Frank, and Green. 
Adam, Frederick B. 
Green, Floyd S. 
Williams, Floyd C. 
Adam Frederick B., assignor to Frank Adam Electric 
Company, St. I, (mis. Me. Bus ducts for electrical dis- 
tribution systems. 2,435,113, Jan. 27. 
Adam, John N., Jr., Montvale, and O. Durfee, Pearl River, 
N ,T assignors, l>v mesne assignments, to American 
Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Scarlet fever 
to"xin. 2,430,003, Feb. 17. 
Adams Albert 10., and D. Waloff, Wells, assignors to 
Bcophonj Limited. London, England. Alternating cur- 
red or like motor with gyratory armature. 2,437,904, 
Mar. 16. 
Adams, Alexander, assignor to United States Gypsum 
Company, Chicago, 111. Mucilaginous composition. 
2,441,927, May 18. 



Adams, Alva, Connersville, Ind. Combination oil pan 

and internal engine cleaner. 2,437,013, Mar. 2. 
Adams Bros. Mfg. Co., Inc., assignee : See — ■ 

Adams, Edwin C. 
Adams, Charles J., Park Ridge, 111. Contact for vacuum 

tube sockets. 2,453,826, Nov. 16. 
Adams, Clyde S., Yellow Springs, assignor to The National 
Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio. 3,3-bis(4-dl- 
methylaminophenyl ) -6-dimethylaminophthalide. Re. 

23,024, Aug. 17. 
Adams, Clyde S., Yellow Springs, assignor to The National 
Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio. 3,3 bis (4-di- 
methylamino 3-methyl phenyl) phthalide. 2,443,092, 
June 8. 
Adams, Cyril S., Houston, Tex. Load Indicator for cranes. 

2,434,138, Jan. 6. 
Adams, Daniel O., and G. B. Hughey, Covington, Va., as- 
signors to West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, New 
York, N. Y. Peroxide bleaching of ground wood. 
2.435,566, Feb. 10. 
Adams, Edward J., Kent, Ohio. Exercising device. 

2,435,864, Feb. 10. 
Adams, Edward W. : See — 

Cady, George H., and Adams. 
Adams, Edwin C., assignor to Adams Bros. Mfg. Co., Inc., 

Pittsburgh, Pa. Electric heater. 2,455,967, Dec. 14. 
Adams, Edwin F., assignor to R. J. Bottomly, Boston, 
Mass. Folding bipod assembly for guns. 2,436,349, 
Feb. 17. 
Adams, Emilio M., Miami, Fla. Wire-end loop forming 

and twisting means. 2,438,984, Apr. 6. 
Adams, Frederick W., New York, N. Y., assignor to Pitts- 
burgh Plate Glass Company, Allegheny County, Pa. 
Forming films upon the surfaces of glass plates. 
2,439,999, Apr. 20. 
Adams, Harold A., assignor of one-tenth to A. R. Cassidy, 
Bakersfield, Calif. Underwater image transmitting ap- 
paratus. 2,433,971. Jan. 6. 
Adams, Harold B., Mission, Kans. Circuit interrupter 

indicator. 2,448,166, Aug. 31. 
Adams, Harold E., Norwalk, assignor to Nash Engineering 
Company, South Norwalk, Conn. Pump. 2,438,104, 
Mar. 23. 
Adams, Harold S., Skowhegan, Maine, assignor to Ameri- 
can Woolen Company, New York, N. Y. Ring spinning 
frame. 2,449,267, Sept. 14. 
Adams, Harold W., Santa Monica, and O. A. Wheelon, 
Pacific Palisades, assignors to Douglas Aircraft Com- 
pany, Inc., Santa Monica, Calif. Duplex four-way 
valve. 2,448,649, Sept. 7. 
Adams, Heston D., Mount Morrison, Colo. Dispensing 
package for cartridge reloading components. 2,451,015, 
Oct. 12. 
Adams, J. D., Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 

Rhodes, John W. 
Adams, James B., Jr. : See — 

Sylvester, Frederick F., and Adams. 
Adams, James F., Wilmington, Del., assignor to Allied 
Chemical & Dve Corporation. Xanthone-DDT insecti- 
cide. 2,448,405, Aug. 31. 
Adams, Joseph S., Greenwood, Ark. Animal trap. 

2,434,031, Jan. 6. 
Adams, Kenneth H. : See — 

Doelling, George L., and Adams. 
Adams, Leon M. : See — ■ 

Gerhart, Howard L., and Adams. 
Adams, Merrill L. : See — - 

Hearne, George W., and Adams. 
Adams, Mozel A., Evangeline, La. Artificial bait. 

2,456,665, Dec. 21. 
Adams, Nicholas M., Chicago, 111., assignor to Wilson & 
Company, Inc. Compressing dehydrated foods. 2,445,752, 
July 27. 
Adams, Richard T. : See— 

Lieffers, William R., and Adams. 
Proutv, Robert E., Bish. and Adams. 
Adams, Robert E., assignor of one-half to R. P. Bernhardt, 
McDonough, Ga. Power driven rotary cylindrical saw. 
2.437,668, Mar. 16. 
Adams, Robert E., assignor of one-half to R. P. Bernhardt, 
McDonough, Ga. Laterally-cutting rotary cylindrical 
saw. 2,437,669, Mar. 16. 
Adams, Robert R., and H. S. Mosher, State College, Pa., 
assignors to Parke, Davis, & Company, Detroit, Mich. 
Organic nitrogen compounds and obtaining same. 
2,455,396, Dec. 7. 
Adams, Rodney V. : See — 

Petzinger, Ambrose J., and Adams. 
Adams, William C, Cincinnati, Ohio. Knitting machine. 

2,448,344, Aug. 31. 
Adams, William H., Jr., and H. H. Lebach, assignors to 
llaveg Corporation, Newark, Del. Making silicate plas- 
tics. 2.447,725. Aug. 24. 
Adams, William S., Haverford, Pa. Piston ring packing. 

2,447,385, Aug. 17. 
Adamson, Arthur P., Ballston Spa, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Stator winding method and 
apparatus therefor. 2,445,980, July 27. 
Adamson, Nicholas F., assignor to Twin Disc Clutch Com- 
pany, ltaeine, Wis. Fluid operated clutch. 2,437,070, 
Mar. 10. 
Addington, Sue M., Coral Gables, Fla. Mailbox. 2,433,880, 
Jan. 6. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



Addorisio, Patsy, Portchester, N. X. Vehicle speed indi- 
cating device. 2,452.344, Oct. 26. 
Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation, assignee : See — 
Chisholm. Clifton. 
Curtis, Franklin E. 
Gollwitzer, Walter T. 
Gruver, John H. 
Gruver, John H., and Hueber. 
Gruver, John H., and Seeley. 
Hueber, Carl J. 
Janke, Edward J. 
Morse, Lawrence H. 
Van Dusen, Charles H., Jr. 
Adel Precision Products Corp., assignee : See — 
Brant, Walter P., and Chapman. 
Flynn, Francis K., and Adelman. 
Goddard, Ervin S. 
Kehle, Ottmar A. 
Kirkby, Raymond J. 
Kremiller, Arthur E. 
Oliver, Wilbur C. 
Paxton, Donald D. 
Strid, Carl J. 
Adelman, Reuben H. : See — 
Kremiller, Arthur E. 
Robertson, Archibald, and Merritt. 
Wisegarver, Orton H. 
Adelson, David E. : See — 

Evans, Theodore W., and Adelson. 
Adelson, David E., Berkeley, assignor to Shell Develop- 
ment Companv, San Francisco, Calif. Purification of 
stearic acid. 2,443,063, June 8. 
Adelson, David E., Berkeley, and H. Dannenberg, Berkeley 
Highlands, assignors to Shell Development Company, 
San Francisco, Calif. Resinous polymers of unsaturated 
ethereal esters. 2,440,237, Apr. 27. 
Adelson. David E., Berkeley, and H. Dannenberg, Berkeley 
Highlands, assignors to Shell Development Company, 
San Francisco, Calif. Compositions of polymeric plas- 
ticizers and organic plastic materials. 2,446,121, July 
27. 
Adelson, David E., and H. F. Gray, Jr., Berkeley, as- 
signors, to Shell Development Company, San Francisco, 
Calif. Production of polvmeric beta, gamma-olefinic 
alcohols. 2,455.722, Dec. 7. 
Adelson, Samuel L., assignor to Infilco Incorporated, Chi- 
cago, 111. Rate of flow telemetering actuator. 2,439.121, 
Apr. 6. 
Adhesive Products Company, assignee : See — 

Redfern, Donald V. 
Adlake Company, The, assignee : See — 

Larson, Carl H. 
Adler, Carl, Wickliffe, Ohio. Sine angle plate. 2,447,889, 

Aug. 24 
Adler, Charles, Jr., Baltimore, Md. Position light. 

2.447,302, Aug. 17. 
Adler, Erich, assignor to Stockholms Superfosfot Fabriks 
Aktiebolag, Stockholm, Sweden. Process for producing 
trans-1.2-dichlorethylene. 2.440.997, May 4. 
Adler. Leon, St. Louis, Mo. Spotting paste. Re. 23,037, 

Sept. 7. 
Adler, Leon, H. G. Johnson, and B. J. Schneider, as- 
signors to Dyesruffs & Chemicals, Inc., St. Louis, Mo. 
Oleomargaine coloring unit. 2,454,420, Nov. 23. 
Adler. Melvin S., Chicago, 111. Electrical wall outlet. 

2,437,802, Mar. 16. 
Adler, Orville E., Niles, Mich., assignor to National-Stand- 
ard Company. Rubber coated steel object. 2,435,191, 
Feb. 3. 
Adler, Robert, Chicago, 111., assignor to Zenith Radio Cor- 
poration. Electromechanical vibrator. 2,435,487, 
Feb. 3. 
Adler. Solomon. Kew Gardens, N. Y. Bobbin winder for 

sewing machines. 2,455.638, Dec. 7. 
Admiraa, Daniel J. H.. Eindhoven. Netherlands, assignor 
to General Electric Company. Glow discharge switch. 
2,449,632, Sept. 21. 
Admiral Corporation, assignee : See — 
Dadson. Thomas E. 
Iwashita, George K. 
Morton, Evans T. 
Adrian, Paul F., Worcester, Mass. Internal micrometer 

gauge. 2.435,263, Feb. 3. 
Adsorptive Process Company, assignee : See — ■ 

Smith. Arthur D. 
Advance Transformer Co., assignee : See — 
Feinberg, Albert E. 
Kirkpatrick, Henry O. 
Advertisers* Service Division Incorporated, The, assignee : 
See — 

Gewirtzman, Morris. 
Aeppli, Albert, assignor to Maag-Zahnrader und- Mas- 
chinen Aktiengesellschaft, Zurich, Switzerland. Ma- 
chine for grinding tooth flanks bv means of profile gen- 
erating discs. 2,438,138, Mar. 23. 
Aeration Processes, Inc., assignee : See — 

Getz, Charles A. 
Aeres, Paul, New York, N. Y. Thermostatic electrically 

heated comb. 2,457,621, Dec. 28. 
Aerial Products, Inc., assignee : See — 

Beattie, John O. 
Aero Supply Mfg. Co. Inc., assignee: See — 
Beatty, Robert J. A. 



Aero Zipp Fasteners Limited, assignee : See — 
Engel, Erich. 

Engel, Erich, and Salamon. 
Aerofin Corporation, assignee : See — 

Noble, Milner. 
Aeroil Product Company, assignee : See — 

Kittel, George P., and Wollner. 
Aerojet Engineering Corporation, assignee : See — 
Mace, Harry W., and Chamberlain. 
Mayer, Waldemar F. 
Miller, Fred S. 
Stosick. Arthur J. 
Vogt, Ernest J. 

Zwicky, Fritz. Ewing, Carter, and Stosick. 
Aeronca Aircraft Corporation, assignee : See — - 

Chaille, Charles J. 
Aeroquip Corporation, assignee : See — 
Deming. Mark A. 
Main, Benjamin A., Jr. 
Main. Donald W. 
Aerovox Corporation, assignee : See — 

Gillin, Francis O. 
Aeschlimann, John A.. Montclair, assignor to Hoffmann- 
La Roche Inc., Nutley, N. J. Aryl esters of tertiary 
carbamic acid. 2,449,440, Sept. 14. 
Aetna-Standard Engineering Companv, The, assignee : 
See — 

Strock, Donald V. 
Affleck, Theodore H., North Hollywood, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to W. A. Cooke, Hollywood, Calif. Finger- 
tip control for tractor-trailer air brake systems. 
2.451,268. Oct. 12. 
Africano, Alfred. Cumberland, Md., assignor to the United 
States of America, as represented bv the Secretary of 
War. Powder tester. 2,448.203, Aug. 31. 
Agate, Charlton S., Esher, and A. H. Cooper, Iver, assign- 
ors to Electric & Musical Industries. Limited, Hayes, 
England. Radio direction finding system. 2,456,666, 
Dec. 21. 
Agencv Electric Co., assignee : See — 

Walsh, John P. 
Agens, Maynard C, Schenectady. N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Methyl siloxane elastomers. 
2,448,756, Sept. 7. 
Agicide Laboratories, Inc., assignee: See — 

Van der Pyl, Edward. 
Agins, George, assignor to Arma Corporation, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Self-svnchronous signalling system. 2,439,414, 
Apr. 13. 
Agnew, A. Gifford : See — 

De Simone, Michele G. 
Agostinelli, Joseph, Detroit, Mich. Heel counter reenforce- 

ment. 2,456,102, Dec. 14. 
Agra, Arthur G, Chicago, 111. Toilet. 2,449.441, Sept. 14. 
Agra, Arthur G, Chicago, HI. Trailer toilet. 2,449,442, 

Sept. 14. 
Agren, Carl G., Roberts, Idaho. Portable loading ramp. 

2,449,829, Sept. 21. 
Agriculture, The United States of America as represented 
by the Secretary of, assignee : See — 
Alderton, Gordon, and Fevold. 
Ambler, Joseph A., and Curl. 
Ault, Waldo C, and SchaefCer. 
Balch, Royal T. 
Barthel, William F. 
Beckel, Arthur C, Belter, and Smith. 
Beckel, Arthur C. De Voss, Belter, and Smith. 
Boggs, Mildred M., and Fevold. 
Broeg. Charles B., and Balch. 
Couch, James F., and Krewson. 
Cowan, John C. Falkenburg. Teeter, and Skell. 
Dexter, Gregory M., and Thurber. 
Dimler, Robert J. 
Dunning. John W., and Lathrop. 
Eskew, Roderick K. 
Evans, Cyril D., and Manley. 
Fein. Martin L.. and Fisher. 
Fevold, Harry L., and Dimick. 
Filachione, Edward M., and Fisher. 
Fisher, Charles H., and Fein. 
Fraenkel-Conrat, Heinz L., Humfeld, Lewis, Dimick, 

and Olcott. 
Gertler, Samuel I., and Haller. 
Goldthwait, Charles F., and Smith. 
Hanrahan, Francis P. 
Hemmeter. George T. 
Hepting. George H. 
Jansen, Eugene F., and Lineweaver. 
Jones, Chase B., and Mecham. 
Jones, Edwin P. 

Kester, Ernest B., and Preusser. 
La Forge, Frederick B. 
Lathrop. Elbert C, and Aronovsky. 
Le Mense, Elmer H., and Van Lanen. 
Lindquist, Arthur W., Husman, and Schroeder. 
Lockwood, Lewis B., and Stodola. 
Loughborough, William K. 
MacDowell. Louis G., Moore, and Atkins. 
Maclay, William D., Shepherd, McCready, and 

Graham. 
MacMasters, Majel M., and Hilbert. 
Mast, William C. 
Mast. William C, Rehberg, and Fisher. 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Agriculture, The United States of America, as represented 
by the Secretary of, assignee : See — Continued. 
McGovran, Edward R., Mayer, and Talley. 
McCready, Rolland M., Owens, and Maclay. 
Mehltretter, Charles L. 
Milleville, Howard P. 
Moyer, Andrew J. 
Murray, Charles W. 
Naghski, Joseph, White, and Hoover. 
Nichols, Peter L., Jr., and Hamilton. 
O'Connell, Richard A., Jr. 
Olcott, Harold S., and Fraenkel-Conrat. 
Olcott, Harold S.. and Lewis. 
Owens, Harry S., and Maclay. 
Philipp, Howard J. 
Porges, Nandor, Pollard, and Spadaro. 
Rehberg, Chessie E. 
Rehberg, Chessie E., and Fisher. 
Rehberg, Chessie E., Mast, and Fisher. 
Riemenschneider, Roy W., and Turer. 
Roberts, Earl J., Ambler, and Curl. 
Rose, William G. 
Sanderson, William J. 
Savich, Theodore R., and Goldblatt. 
Schaeffer, Benjamin B. 
Schniepp, Lester E. 
Schomer, Harold A. 
Schomer. Harold A., and Hamner. 
Snow, Albert G., Jr., and Lanier. 
Stevenson, Elmer C, and Mitchell. 
Swern, Daniel, and Ault. 
Swern, Daniel, and Billen. 
Swern, Daniel, and Findley. 
Swern, Daniel, and Scanlan. 
Tanner, Fred W., Jr., and Van Lanen. 
Tanner, Fred W., Jr., Wickerham, and Van Lanen. 
Teeter, Howard M., and Cowan. 
Tucker, Irwin W., and Balls. 
Wall, Monroe E., and Kelley. 
Watson, Paul D. 

Woodward, Charles F., Saunders, and Provost. 
Aguilar, Ramon, and T. Svaicari, New York, N. Y. Five 

outlet electric plug. 2,443,367, June 15. 
Ahlgren, William E., Burlingame, Calif. Lacing beveller. 

2,434,307. Jan. 13. 
Ahrndt, Arthur H., assignor to U. S. Slicing Machine 
Company, La Porte, Ind. Meat tendering machine. 
2,457,622, Dec. 28. 
Aiken. Elmer W., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to the United 
States of America as represented bv the Secretary of 
War. Condenser tester. 2.450.872. Oct. 12. 
Aikens, Andrew J.. Boonton, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Di- 
rectional antenna system. 2,443,529, June 15. 
Aikman. Burton S., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The Westing- 
house Air Brake Company. Wilmerding, Pa. Compressor 
mechanism. 2,437,341, Mar. 9. 
Ailinger, Jeremiah F., Dorchester, Mass. Slide rule. 

2,445,464, July 20. 
Aiman, Rolland B., Pendleton, Ind. Lubricating system 
for adjustable multiple spindle drill head. 2,452,709, 
Nov. 2. 
Aimes, Francis M., Yonkers, N. Y. Drive control for air 

powered apparatus. 2,451,706, Oct. 19. 
Ainsworth, Albert A., Savannah, Ga., C. A. Ainsworth, 
executrix of said A. A. Ainsworth, deceased, assignor to 
C. A. Ainsworth, Savannah, Ga. Picture corner mount. 
2,451,646, Oct. 19. 
Ainsworth, Clara A., executrix, assignee : See — 

Ainsworth, Albert A. 
Ainsworth, Harold W., Galloway, Ohio, assignor to The 
Jeffrey Manufacturing Company. Electric control cir- 
cuit. 2,450.216, Sept. 28. 
Air Control Products, Inc., assignee : See — 

Babeock, Kenneth L., and Leigh. 
Aircraft Hydraulics, Inc., assignee : See — 

Borger, Alexandre. 
Aircraft-Marine Products, Inc., assignee : See — 
Carlson, Vernon E. 
Johnson, James O. 
Macy, James C. 
Neljstrom, Kenneth. 
Swongel, Robert C. 
Aircraft Mechanics Inc., assignee : See — 

Robins, Jack B. 
Aircraft Radio Corporation, assignee : See — 

Drake, Frederick H. 
Aircraft Screw Products Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Geertsema, Kenneth B. 
Aircraft Tools, assignee : See — 

Glnnz, Joseph J. 
Alrdeslgn. Incorporated, assignee: See — 

Pamphilon, Leon E. 
Alrex Manufacturing Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Solovioff, Nicholas N., and Kllng. 
Air-Flo Compressor Company, The, assignee: See — 

Fischer, William V. 
Air- Maze Corporation, assignee: See — 
Brown, Richard E. 
Glanzer, Clarence J. 
Walton. George M. 
Air Prehcator Corporation, The, assignee : See — 
Gates. Robert M. 
KarlBBOlQ, Tor ll., and Lundstrom. 



Air Products Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Anderson, Carl R. 
Air Reduction Company, Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Anderson, James L. 

Balcar, Frederick R. 

Duvall, Samuel. 

Goerg, Walter. 

Hamilton, James K. 

Heidbrink, Jay A. 

Heidbrink, Jay A., and Herrick. 

Heidbrink, Jay A., Michaelson, and Hay. 

Helmkamp, Richard F. 

Hoover, Charles O. 

Hughey, Howard G. 

Klinke, Henry O. 

Krohn, Emil F. 

Miller, Hoke S. 

Schneider, Robert H. 

Tyrner, Joseph M. 

Vance, Robert M., and Horney. 

Yoch, August H., and Rice, Jr. 
Air Supply Packs Proprietary Limited, assignee : See — 

Campbell, Edward R., Frewin, Lennox, and Morris. 
Air-way Electric Appliance Corporation, assignee : See — 

Nuffer, Joseph H., and Latta. 
Aitcheson, Thomas G., Kenmore, N. Y., assignor to Amer- 
ican Optical Company, Southbridge, Mass. Control knob 
and associated structure. 2,444,485, July 6. 
Aitken, William J., Manitowoc, Wis. Electric control 

switch. 2,448,650, Sept. 7. 
Ajax Electrothermic Corporation, assignee : See — 

Kennedy, Theodore R. 
Ajax Engineering Corporation, assignee : See — 

Tama, Mario. 
Ajax, Eric J., Minneapolis, Minn. Wire hatrack. 

2,444,322, June 3. 
Ajax Iron Works, assignee : See — 

Mueller. Herman G. 
Ajax Thermostatic Controls Co., The, assignee : See — 

Schickler, Albert C. 
Ajdukovich, George, St. Louis, Mo. Hernial truss. 

2,434,088, Jan. 6. 
Ake, William J., Cincinnati, Ohio. Violin bridge. 

2,454,113, Nov. 16. 
Aker, Evender S., deceased, West Point Pleasant, N. J. ; 
F. L. Aker, executrix. Noiseless rudder post bearing. 
2,448.651, Sept. 7. 
Aker, Florence L., executrix : See — 

Aker, Evender S. 
Akerman, John D., assignee, et al. : See — 

Boeringer, Barbara S. 
Akerman, John D., and M. Schonberg, Minneapolis, Minn. 

Differential pressure valve. 2,449.683, Sept. 21. 
Akerman. Walter, Dover, N. H. Weather vane. 2,447,224, 

Aug. 17. 
Akers, Herbert S., Woodcliff Lake, N. J. Tube stand for 

X-ray apparatus. 2,434,827, Jan. 20. 
Akert, Carl A., Chicago, 111. Indicator mounting bracket. 

2,447,624, Aug. 24. 
Akin, Otha A. : See — 

Jones, Graves M., and Akin. 
Aklin, George H., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Telephoto lenses. 2,441,093, May 4. 
Aklin. George H.. assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 

Rochester, N. Y. Camera lens. 2.446,402, Aug. 3. 
Akron Standard Mold Company, assignee : See — 

Bostwick, Henry C. 
Akron Standard Mold Company, The, assignee : See — 

Brundage, James W. 
Akslen, John, Minneapolis, Minn. Corner assembly and 
fastening means for knockdown counters and the like. 
2,437.235, Mar. 9. 
Aktiebolaget Astra, Apotekarnes Kemiska Fabriker, as- 
signee : See — 

Lfifgren, Nils M., and Lundqvist. 
Aktiebolaget Atlas Diesel, assignee : See — 

Pvk, Herman T., and Camner. 

Thege, Edwin O. P. 
Aktiebolaget Elecktrolux, assignee : See — 

Karlstrom, Fredrik J. R. 

Widell, Nils E. 
Aktiebolaget Ferrosan, assignee : See — 

Rosdahl, Karl-Gustaf. 
Aktiebolaget Fr. Ramtrom, assignee : See — 

Ekberg, Gunnar J. E. and O. L. 
Aktiebolaget Gotaverken, assignee : See — 

Johansson. Johan E. 
Aktiebolaget Hadar Schmidt, assignee : See — 

Oden, Knut. 
Aktiebolaget Imo-Industri, assignee: See— 

Montelius. Carl O. J. 
Aktiebolaget Linham, assignee : See — 

Frunk, Otto E. 
Aktiebolaget Ljnngman Verkstader, assignee : See — 

Eldund, Hans E. 
Aktiebolaget Pharmacia, assignee: See — 

Gronwall. Anders J. T., and Ingelman. 
Aktiebolaget Reclp, assignee : See — 

Carlsson, Sven. 
Aktiebolaget Separator, assignee : See — 

Eckers, Carl G. 
Aktiebolaget Separator-Nobel, assignee : See — 

Forsberg, Erik A. 

Lindgren, Hans O. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



Aktiebolaget Svenska Kullagerfabriken, assignee : See — 

Tomebohm, Hilding V. 
Aktiengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie, assignee : See — 
Broggi, Josef. 
Briihlmann, Gottfried. 
Eichenberger, Ernst. 
Goldstein, Alexander. 
Haller, Arnold. 
Keller, Robert. 

Keller, Hans, and Ehrensperger. 
Meyerhans, August. 
Stoecklin, Josef. 
Thommen, Hans. 
Uhlig, Edward. 
Weier. Heinrich. 
Aktiengesellschaft der Eisen-und Stahlwerk vorm. Georg 
Fischer, Schaffhausen, assignee : See — 
Von Zelewsky, Ottomar. 
Aktiengesellschaft Fuer Technische Studien, assignee : 
See — 

Ackeret, Jakob. 
Oechslin, Konrad. 
Ruegg, Rudolf. 
Salzmann, Fritz. 
Villiger, Eugen and B. 
Aktieselskabet Br0drene Hartmann, assignee : See — 

Jahn, Jens S. 
Alabama Textile Engineering Company, Inc., The, as- 
signee : See — 

West, William H. 
Alamo Corporation, The, assignee : See — 

Toelke, August F. 
Alaska Chemical Corporation, assignee : See — 

Tandiorio, Sam. 
Alaska Pacific Salmon Company, assignee : See — 

Hubbard, John W. 
Alba, Ralph T. : See — 

Wallerstein, James S., and Alba. 
Alban, Clarence F., Pontiac, assignor to W. M. Chace Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Electrical resistor. 2,448,757, 
Sept. 7. 
Albanese, Michael, Rutherford, assignor to Columbia Pro- 
tektosite Company, Inc., Carlstadt, N. J. Method and 
apparatus for molding wire core temples. 2,435,567, 
Feb. 10. 
Albero, Andrew, Delaware Gardens, N. J. Cooling and 
lubricating sewing machine needles. 2,453,827, Nov. 16. 
Albers, John R., Sioux City, Iowa, assignor to Wincharger 
Corporation. Balanced impeller structure for wind mo- 
tors. 2,437.659, Mar. 9. 
Albert, Carl B., assignee : See — 

Coney, James D. 
Albert. Daniel A., Richmond Hill, N. Y. Film tensioning 

holder for fluid processing. 2,450,178, Sept. 28. 
Albert, Eli : See — 

Albert, Nathan, J. and B. 
Albert, Harry E., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Synthetic rubber composition 
containing a reaction product of sulfur dichloride, an 
aldehyde and an alkyl phenol. 2.445,737, July 20. 
Albert, Henry, Brooklyn, N. Y. Tool for removing con- 
tainer caps. 2,441,743, May 18. 
Albert, Jack : See — 

Albert, Nathan, J. and E. 
Albert, Nathan, J., and E., New York, N. Y. Headwear. 

2,449,633, Sept. 21. 
Albert, Robert M., Chicago, 111. Rod clip. 2,449,830, 

Sept. 21. 
Albertson & Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Olsen, Gustav A. • 

Albertson, Noel F. : See — 

Archer, Sydney, and Albertson. 
Albertson, Noel F., East Greenbush, S. Archer, and C. M. 
Suter, Albany, assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
Winthrop-Stearns Inc., New York, N. Y. Alkyl esters 
of a-acylamino, a-cyano, £-(3-indole) -propionic acid. 
2,451,310, Oct. 12. 
Albertson, Victor N., Minneapolis, Minn. Auto parts 

washer. 2,438,654, Mar. 30. 
AIM Manufacturing Company, Incorporated, assignee : 
See — 

Jones, Grinnell J., and Soil. 
Albin, Frederick G., New York, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. High-frequency dielectric heat- 
ing apparatus. 2,442,451, June 1. 
Albin, Jeremiah W., Babylon, N. Y. Separable fastener. 

2,446.070, July 27. 
Albin, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Aircraft flare. 2,449,540, 

Sept. 21. 
Albino, George, Waterbury, Conn. Shoe tree. 2,457,623, 

Dec. 28. 
Albon, Raoul M. G., assignor to Nytricia, Paris, France. 

Lady's undergarment. 2,440,922, May 4. 
Albree, George N., Winchester, Mass. Rearwardly striking 

firing mechanism. 2,451.527, Oct. 19. 
Albree. George N., Winchester, Mass. Scarfing machine. 

2,454,114, Nov. 16. 
Albright, Robert B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Modulated-oscil- 
lator, phonograph transducer. 2,441,464, May 11. 
Alburn, Harvey E., West Chester, Pa., J. Charney, New 
York, N. Y., and F. W. Bernhart, Solon, Ohio, assignors 
to Wyeth Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Peroral 
penicillin compositions. 2,438,106, Mar. 23. 



Alco Valve Company, assignee : See — - 
Dube, John E. 

Alcorn, Harvey A., Adair, Iowa. Teat draining tube. 
2,450,217, Sept. 28. 

Aldeborgh, Erik H., Poughkeepsie, A. H. Emery, Wapping- 
ers Falls, J. J. Bishop, and E. M. Boat, assignors to 
Standard Gauge Company, Inc., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 
Dial gauge for measuring small bores. 2,443,880, 
June 22. • 

Aldeborgh, Erik H., Poughkeepsie, and A. H. Emery, Wap- 
pingers Falls, assignors to Standard Gauge Company, 
Inc., Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Bore gauge. 2,443,881, 
June 22. 

Alden, Herbert W., assignor to The Timken-Detroit Axle 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Axle construction. 2,443,590, 
June 22. 

Alden, Milton, Brockton, Mass. Scanning unit. 
2,457,113, Dec. 28. 

Alderfer, Sterling W., assignor of one-half to E. D. 
Andrews, Akron, Ohio. Valve. 2,441,094, May 4. 

Alderfer, Sterling W., Akron, Ohio. Elastic thread. 
2,442,279, May 25. 

Alderfer, Sterling W., Akron, Ohio. Elastic thread and 
process of making same. 2,450,016, Oct. 12. 

Alderman, Elbert N., El Dorado, Kans. Flushing device 
for engine lubricating systems. 2,454,585, Nov. 23. 

Alderson, Witty L., Jr., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Insolubilizing 
hydrolyzed ethylene vinyl ester polymers. 2,448,946, 
Sept. 7. 

Alderson, Witty L., Jr., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Long-chain 
secondary alkyl N-substituted polymeric styrene/male- 
amic acids and dispersions containing them. 2,451,370, 
Oct. 12. 

Alderson, Witty L., Jr., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Curing ethylene 
polymers. 2,455,910, Dec. 14. 

Alderton, Gordon, Albany, and H. L. Fevold, Berkeley, 
Calif., assignors to the United States of America as 
represented by the Secretary of Agriculture. Isolating 
lysozyme from its naturally occurring mixtures with 
other biologic components. 2,442,452, June 1. 

Aldreany, Victor, Danbury, Conn. Movie camera attach- 
ment for making lap dissolves. 2,450,017, Oct. 12. 

Aldredge, Howard D., Dayton, Ohio. Die cushion. 
2,441,539, May 11. 

Aldrich. Charles S. : See — 

Westberg, Arthur H., and Aldrich. 

Aldrich, Clare A., Philadelphia, Pa. Shear-resisting 
joint element. 2,444,276, June 29. 

Aldridge, Seth E., San Diego, Calif. Ignition timer. 
2,444,149, June 29. 

Aleks, Vytant, Rockford, 111., assignor to The Washburn 
Company, Worcester, Mass. Bicycle basket. 2,439,376, 
Apr. 13. 

Aleks, Vytant, Rockford, 111., assignor to The Washburn 
Company, Worcester, Mass. Bicycle basket. 2,457,624, 
Dec. 28. 

Alemaghides, Peter, Brooklyn, N. Y. Combination electric 
receptacle and fuse. 2,454,024, Nov. 16. 

Alexander, Albert M., Havre de Grace, Md. Automatic 
firearm feed mechanism. 2,436,370, Feb. 24. 

Alexander, Carl Z., Springfield, N. J. Storage water heater 
having a heating chamber and flue. 2,440,998, May 4. 

Alexander, Cecil D., and S. Gibson, Irvine, assignors to 
British Textile Manufacturing Company Limited, Irvine, 
Ayrshire, Scotland. Power-operated flat frame knitting 
machine. 2,434,782, Jan. 20. 

Alexander, Charles E., Raleigh, N. C. Logging cart. 
2,443,972, June 22. 

Alexander, Focsaneanu, Flushing, assignor of one-half to 
A. Lavenburg, New York, N. Y. Gaseous discharge de- 
vice. 2,438.356, Mar. 23. 

Alexander, Frank M., Denver, Colo. Milk bottle closure. 
2,442,745, June 8. 

Alexander, James R., D. Burton, and F. Hausmann, as- 
signors to William Walker and Sons Limited, Bolton, 
England. Plasticized urea - formaldehyde resin. 
2,443,368, June 15. 

Alexander, James R., D. Burton, and F. Hausmann, assign- 
ors to William Walker & Sons, Limited, Bolton, England. 
Melamine-formaldehyde resins plasticized with alkali 
lactate. 2,446,991, Aug. 17. 

Alexander, Lloyd, assignee, et al. : See — 
Hensley, Urban N. 

Alexander, Paul, Berkhamsted, England. Method of and 
apparatus for depositing substances by thermal evapo- 
ration in vacuum chambers. 2,440,135, Apr. 20. 

Alexander, Paul, Berkhamsted, England. Process and ap- 
paratus for depositing metals on a support by thermal 
evaporation in a vacuum. 2,444,763, July 6. 

Alexander, Peter P., assignor to Metal Hydrides Incorpo- 
rated, Beverly, Mass. Method of producing lithium 
hydride and hydrides of other alkali metals. 2,450,266, 
Sept. 28. 

Alexander, Samuel T., Redondo Beach, assignor of one- 
third to P. E. Richardson, Los Angeles, Calif. Door 
check. 2,447,678, Aug. 24. 

Alexander, William W., Atlanta, Ga. Moving-picture pro- 
jection screen. 2,435,620, Feb. 10. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. High-frequency wave 
transmitting apparatus. 2,438.735, Mar. 30. 

Alexanderson, Ernst P. W., A. H. Mittag, Schenectady, 
N. Y., and M. W. Sims, Fort Wayne, Ind., assignors to 
General Electric Company. Electric frequency trans- 
formation system. 2,451,189, Oct. 12. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., and F. G. Patterson, Sche- 
nectady, N. Y., assignors fo General Electric Company. 
Radio landing apparatus. 2,451.793, Oct. 19. 

Alexanderson, Howard A., Wood-Ridge, assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, Teterboro, N. J. Engine control. 
2,453,650, Nov. 9. 

Alexanderson, Howard A., Wood-Ridge, assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, Teterboro, N. J. Throttle control 
for aircraft engines. 2,453,652, Nov. 9. 

Alexanderson, Howard A., Wood-Ridge, assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, Teterboro, N. J. Regulator. 
2,453,653, Nov. 9. 

Altanare, iiarry, Jamaica, N. Y. Strap assembling appa- 
ratus. 2,455,545, Dec. 7. 

Alford, Andrew, Cambridge, Mass., assignor to Mackay 
Radio and Telegraph Company, New York, N. Y. Match- 
ing network. 22,993, Apr. 20. 

Alford, Andrew, New York, N. Y., and C. B. Watts, Jr., 
East Orange, N. J., assignors to Federal Telephone and 
Radio Corporation, Newark, N. J. Unidirectional an- 
tenna system. 2,434,893, Jan. 27. 

Alford, Andrew A., Oakville, Manitoba, Canada. Surgical 
instrument. 2,443,439, June 15. 

Alford, Harold W., Danvers, assignor to Sylvania Electric 
Products Inc., Salem, Mass. Electrical apparatus for 
gaseous discharge devices. 2,446,152, July 27. 

Alford, William H., Winston-Salem, N. C. Multiplex jack 
and plug. 2,434,534, Jan. 13. 

Alfred, Lawrence W. : See — 

Merrill, Marcellus S., and Alfred. 

Alfthan, Johannes, New York, N. Y., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Preparation of nonporous polytetrafluoroethylene arti- 
cles. 2,440,190, Apr. 20. 

Alger, Harley C, Chicago, 111. Type for gravure printing. 
2,456,608, Dec. 21. 

Algin Corporation of America, assignee : See — 
Le Gloahec. Victor C. E. 

Alginate Industries Limited, assignee : See — 
Johnson, Arthur, and Speakman. 

Alheit, Henry A., Milton, Mass. Ice-cream cutting and 
discharging device. 2,444,486, July 6. 

Alhgritiere, Louis, M., assignor to Les Usines De Melle 
(Societe Anonyme), Saint-Leger-les-Melle, France. Man- 
ufacture of aldols. 2,442.280, May 25. 

Alick, James, New York, N. Y. Extensible drill press. 
2,434,732, Jan. 20. 

Alifano, Antonio, Brooklyn, and N. M. Porreca, Woodside, 
N. Y. Edge cutter attachment for sewing machines. 
2,443,369, June 15. 

Alk, Abraham, Paterson, N. J. Hand press. 2,448,288, 
Aug. 31. 

Alkan, Robert, Locust Valley, N. Y., assignor to Specialties, 
Inc. Gyroscope erecting and caging mechanism. 
2,441,307, May 11. 
Alkan, Robert, and A. Raspet, Locust Valley, N. Y., as- 
signors to Specialties, Inc. Skid indicator for aircraft. 
2,441,306, May 11. 
Alison, Noah L., Phoenix, Ariz., assignor to The American 
Blower Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Dump valve for hy- 
draulic couplings. Re. 22,975, Feb. 24. 
All American Aviation, Inc., assignee: See — ■ 
Ballard. Hyde W. 
Boycr, Talor M., and Gottschall. 
Cotton. Robert B. 
Doolittle, Donald B. 
Rose, Herbert E. 
Schultz, Arthur B. 
Seevers, Don V. 
Setz, Walter H. 
Allan, John, Spondon, near Derby, England, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Celancse Corporation of America. 
Phenol-aldehyde molding compositions. 2,452,420, Oct. 

Allan, William G. : See — 

Wright, Harold R., and Allan. 
Allard. Mnrc L., Valenciennes, assignor to Society Anonyme 

des Forges et Aeierics du Nord & de l'Est, Paris, Franco. 

Manufacture of basic steel of low phosphorus content. 

2,440,564, Apr. 27. 

Allard, Pierre J. T., Chantilly, assignor to Societe 
1'r.i lien ise De Construction De Bennes Automatlques 
Persan (Solne-et-Oise), France. Hoisting apparatus. 
2.453,082, Nov. 2. 

Alldredge, Marshall H., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Thomp- 
son Products Inc., Cleveland. Ohio. Making tip rod 
socket assemblies. 2,443,712, June 22. 

Allen. Adda M., Arlington, Va„ assignor to Disposable 
Bottle Corporation, Washington, D. C. Nursing unit 
wiiii retractable container tnerefor. 2,446,451, Aug. 3. 

Allen, Adda M., Arlington. Va., assignor to Disposable 

Bottle Corporation, Washington, D. C. Nursing unit 
•J. US. :,(•,!). Sept. 7. 



Allen, Arthur C, assignor to Stewart-Warner Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Absolute pressure gauge. 2,437,371, 
Mar. 9. 

Allen-Bradley Company, assignee : See — 
Glogau, Manfred L. 
Matthias, Lynn H. 
Megow, George E. and Thomson. 

Allen, Charles, Oldham, England. Nozzle for using pres- 
sure under liquids. 2,442,991, June 8. 

Allen, Charles F. H., C. V. Wilson, and G. F. Frame, as- 
signors to Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. 
Sulfonamide disazo dye. 2,448,853, Sept. 7. 

Allen, Charles F. H., Rochester, N. Y., and A. Bell, Knox- 
ville, Tenn., assignors to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Sulfamyl-2-mercaptobenzothiazoles. 
2,450,777, Oct. 5. 

Allen, Clarence G., Maiden, assignor to Differentiator, Inc., 
Boston, Mass. Device for eliminating dead-heat deci- 
sions in racing. 2,443,572, June 15. 

Allen, Earl F. : See — 

Allen, Oliver L., and E. F. 

Allen, Earl M., assignor to The Union Switch & Signal 
Company, Swissvale, Pa. Railway traffic controlling 
apparatus. 2,444,323, June 29. 

Allen, Earl M., Pittsburgh, assignor to The Union Switch 
& Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Trap circuit control 
for railway signals. 2,448,570, Sept. 7. 

Allen, Edward J., assignor to The Leece-Neville Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Electrical connector. 2,437,180, Mar. 2. 

Allen, Elmo W., assignor to Stan-Wall Manufacturing 
Company, Fresno, Calif. Tongue stabilizer for vehicles. 
2,452,710, Nov. 2. 

Allen, Francis P., Beaumont, Tex. Beverage device. 
2,450,177, Sept. 28. 

Allen, Frank B. : See — 

Oahusac, Clarence N., and Allen. 

Allen, Frank B., Verona, assignor to C-O-Two Fire Equip- 
ment Company, Newark, N. J. Inflation. 2,444,717, 
July 6. 

Allen, Frank B., Verona, assignor to C-O-Two Fire Equip- 
ment Company, Newark, N. J. Squeeze grip for port- 
able fire extinguishers. 2,454,621, Nov. 23. 

Allen, Frank M., Azusa, and C. B. Taylor, Long Beach, 
assignors to The All-Flex Corporation, Los Angeles, 
Calif. Flexible pipe coupling with fluid-supported pack- 
ing. 2,444,868, July 6. 

Allen, Frank M., Azusa, and R. E. Snyder, Pasadena, as- 
signors to The All-Flex Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Flexible tubing joint. 2,451.269, Oct. 12. 

Allen, Harold E., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The Bristol 
Company, Waterbury, Conn. Process cycle controller. 
2,442.835, June 8. 

Allen. Harry L., and H. G. Kleinguenther, Philadelphia, 
Pa., assignors to Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Recovery of paracoumarone type 
resins from polymerized resin oils. 2,445,654, July 20. 

Allen. Harry L., and H. G. Kleinguenther, Philadelphia, 
Pa., assignors to Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Distillation of sulfuric acid treated 
hydrocarbon oils. 2,445,655, July 20. 

Allen, Harry L.. and G. J. Skriver, Philadelphia, Pa., as- 
signors to Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Making oils from acid sludges resulting 
from the sulfuric acid purification of coal tar distillates. 
2,449,098, Sept. 14. 

Allen, Harry L., Philadelphia, Pa., and E. G. Kerr, Had- 
donfield, N. J., assignors to Allied Chemical & Dye Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Complex resins and making. 
2,456,357, Dec. 14. 

Allen, Harry L., Philadelphia, Pa., and E. G. Kerr, Had- 
donfield, N. J., assignors to Allied Chemical & Dye Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Thermoplastic resins and 
making. 2,456,358, Dec. 14. 

Allen, Harry W., Dayton, Ohio. Automatic braking de- 
vice. 2,438,887, Apr. 6. 

Allen. Herbert, assignee : See — ■ 
Shimek, Edwin J. 

Allen, Herbert, and M. T. Works, assignors to Cameron 
Iron Works, Houston, Tex. Packing. 2,444,216, June 
29. 

Allen, Herbert E., Canton, N. Y. Portable drill tree tap- 
ping machine. 2.434.089. Jan. fi. 

Allen, Herbert W., Fresno, Calif. Telescope stand. 
2,448,406, Aug. 31. 

Allen. Merman C. : See — 

Arionte, Peter J., and Allen. 

Allen, Howard B., Jr., Chatham, assignor to National 
Union Radio Corporation, Newark, N. J. Cathode for 
electronic discharge devices. 2,455,287, Nov. 30. 

Allen. Howard E., Nutley. N. J., assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Incandes- 
cent electric lamp and method. 2.434,478. Jan. 13. 

Allen, Ivis J., Ypsllanti, Mich. Multicylinder fuel injec- 
tion pump. 2,439,879, Apr. 20. 

Allen. John E., Baltimore, Md. Magnetic clutch. 
2.453.957. Nov. 16. 

Allen, John R., assignor to Manganese Products, Inc., 
Seattle, Wash. Treating intermediate manganese Sili- 
ceous ores. 2,451,647, Oct. 19. 

Allen. John W., Chicago, 111., assignor to Chicago Bridge 
& Iron Co. Lifter roof. 2,436,348, Feb. 17. 

Allen, Joseph F., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Warner & Swasey Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Cutter 
life calculator. 2,445,381, July 20. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



Allen, Juanita H. : See — 

Allen, La Bron R. and J. H., and Kabitsch. 
Allen, Kenneth R. : See — 

Goodwin, Carl W., and Allen. 
Allen, La Bron R. and J. H., and R. L. Kabitsch, assignors 
to Signet, Ltd., Cincinnati, Ohio. Tab reminder device. 
2,452,217, Oct. 26. 
Allen, Lini, Berkeley, Calif. Pictorial display device. 

2,440,062, Apr. 20. 
Allen, Louis N., Jr., Short Hills, N. J., and W. K. Zahray, 
Bronx, assignors to Chemical Construction Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Treatment of iron sulfate liquors. 
2,440,215, Apr. 20. 
Allen, Mannie, Brooklyn, N. Y. Waterproof mail bag 

cover with protected opening. 2,436,369, Feb. 24. 
Allen, Neal C. S., Bennington, Vt. Fruit juice extractor. 

2,454,905, Nov. 30. 
Allen, Oliver L., Pleasantville, and B. F. Allen, Briar 
Cliff Manor, N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
E. J. Panish, doing business as Panish Controls, Bridge- 
port, Conn. Control for motor boats and the like. 
2,444,324, June 29. 
Allen, Paul E., Skokie, assignor to Baby's Pal Company, 

Chicago, 111. Bottle holder. 2,450,927, Oct. 12. 
Allen, Raney R., Dayton, Ohio. Reel assembly. 2,434,479, 

Jan. 13. 
Allen, Raney R., Dayton, Ohio. Draftsman's instrument. 

2,443,672, June 22. 
Allen, Rex W., Palisades, assignor to Camloc Fastener Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Locking means for fastener 
studs. 2,438,028, Mar. 16. 
Allen, Richard T., Kansas City, Mo., assignor to V. J. 
Vincent, Lawrence, Kans. Bottling machine. 2,443,757, 
June 22. 
Allen, Robert C, Wauwatosa, assignor to Allis-Chalmers 
Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Turbine 
blading. 2,454,115, Nov: 16. 
Allen, Sidney : See — 

Lindsey, William H., and Allen. 
Allen, Wallace T., Dearborn, assignor to Square D Com- 
pany, Detroit. Mich. Calculator. 2,443,882, June 22. 
Allen, Walter H., Birmingham, England, assignor to Sand- 
vik Steel Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Transferring 
heat to or from material on band conveyors. 2,437,492, 
Mar. 9. 
Allenby, William F., Stratford, assignor to Casco Prod- 
ucts Corporation, Bridgeport, Conn. Hand-held power 
tool. 2,436,540, Feb. 24. 
Allentown National Bank, executor, et al. See — ■ 

Schneider, Adolph P. 
Aller, Willis F. : See — 

Polk, Louis F., and Aller. 

Aller, Willis F., assignor to The Sheffield Corporation, 

Dayton, Ohio. Size gauging device. 2,446,071, July 27. 

Aller, Willis F., assignor to The Sheffield Corporation, 

Dayton, Ohio. Apparatus for arranging, gauging, and 

assorting articles according to size. 2,448,652, Sept. 7. 

Aller, Willis F., assignor to The Sheffield Corporation, 

Dayton, Ohio. Size gauging device. 2,448,653, Sept. 7. 

Aller, Willis F., assignor to The Sheffield Corporation, 

Dayton, Ohio. Fluid meter. 2,457,297, Dec. 28. 
Alles, Francis P., North Plainfleld, N. J., assignor to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Photographic elements having antihalation layer com- 
posed of vinyl pyridine polymer with vinyl-pyridine 
polymer sublayer and outer protective layer. 2,448,507, 
Sept. 7. 
Alles, Francis P., North Plainfleld, N. J., assignor to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Photographic elements having a silver halide layer and 
an antihalation layer on a polyvinylpyridine layer. 
2,448,508, Sept. 7. 
Alley, Harold R., Northbrook, and B. F. Freeberg, Chicago, 
111. Producing mercury electrolytically from acid solu- 
tions. 2,440,238, Apr. 27. 
Alley, Harold R., Northbrook, and B. F. Freeberg, Chicago, 
111. Apparatus for purifying metallic mercury. 
2,440,456, Apr. 27. 
All-Flex Corporation, The, assignee : See — 
Allen, Frank M., and Snyder. 
Allen, Frank M., and Taylor. 
Alliance Manufacturing Company, The, assignee : See — 

Schneider, Emmor V. 
Alliance Porcelain Products Company, The, assignee : 
See — 

Chesney, Robert M. 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation, assignee: See — 
Adams, James F. 
Allen, Harry L., and Kerr. 
Allen, Harry L., and Kleinguenther. 
Allen, Harry L., and Skriver. 
Bamberger, Curt. 
Beckham, Leland J. 
Beckham, Leland J., and Fessler. 
Cline, Edwin L. 
Collins, George T. 
Cosby, John N. 

Donleavy, John J., and Baizer. 
Engel, Karl H. 
Erkkila, Armas V., and Hoare. 

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Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation, assignee : See — Con- 
tinued. 

Exum, Raymond E. 

Flett, Lawrence H. 

Gilbert, Everett E., and Segool. 

Gumaer, Percy W. 

Hopkins, Abner C, Jr., Stephenson, and Watson. 

Hoyt, Lester F. 

Jennings, William S., and Rowland. 

Kern, Jean G. 

Mueller, Max B. 

Poltica, George K. 

Porter, Frank. 

Porter, Frank, and Nesty. 

Robinson, Richard S. 

Sievenpiper, Frederic L. 

Stasse, Henry L. 

Stebbins, John D. 

Stetson, Robert S. 

Sutherland, Leslie T. 

Sweet, Alvin J. 

Teeters, Wilber O., and Mueller. 

Tiddy, William. 

Tryon, Sager, and de Benneville. 

Tweit, Olav M. 

Wahl, Eugene A. 

Waldron, John W. 

Weber, Edward. 

Wilputte, Louis. 
Allied Control Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Horman, John H. 

Steinback, Herbert D. 
Allied Electric Products, Inc., assignee : See — 

Weisberg, Sidney M. 
Allied Products Corporation, assignee : See — 

Richard, Bernard O. 
Allin, George S., assignor to Isaacson Iron Works, Seattle, 

Wash. Scraper. 2,445,053, July 13. 
Allin, George S., assignor to Isaacson Iron Works, Seattle, 

Wash. Scraper. 2,447,455, Aug. 17. 
Ailing, E. Roy, Kenmore, and J. C. Knepflar, said Knepflar 
assignor to Rice and Adams Corporation, Tonawanda, 
N. Y. Prerinsing apparatus for container washers. 
2,456,040, Dec. 14. 
Allingham, Wilber J., Denver, Colo. Lecithin composition. 

2,447,726, Aug. 24. 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company, assignee : Seei — 

Allen, Robert C. 

Bonham, Albert W., Jr. 

Bruce, William H., and Erskine. 

Cobb, Carroll F., Brill, and Guenther. 

Dahlstrand, Hans P. 

Fergason, Rector C. 

Frudden, Conrad E. 

Harrer, Paul H. 

Higgins, Arthur K. 

Johnson, John A. 

Johnson, Lauren L. 

Kamlookhine, Igor A. 

Kleiner, George J., and Schumbacker. 

Lerstrup, Karl. 

Newhouse, Ray C. 

O'Harrow, Charles T. 

Pickslay, William M. 

Ray, James L. 

Rockwood, Charles H., and Sikorra. 

Roubal, Alexander J. 

Scranton, Charles J. 

Van Zandt, Claiborne C. 

Wilson, William F. 
Allis, Louis, Company, The, assignee : S«e — 

Wieseman, Theodore R. 
Allison Company, The, assignee : See — 

Allison, Hugh V. 
Allison, Hugh V., Fairfield, assignor to The Allison Com- 
pany, Bridgeport, Conn. Making abrasive cutoff wheels. 
2,457,516, Dec. 28. 
Allison, Ir a E., McLoud, Olka. Hay baler. 2,450,928, 

Oct. 12. 
Allison, John L. : See — 

Busignies, Henri G., and Allison. 
Allison, Leslie R., Forest Hills, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Reactance 
device. 2,446,624, Aug. 10. 
Allison, William D. : See — 

Wickersham, Marshall E. 
Allison, William D., Detroit, Mich. Wheel supporting 

structure. 2,435,814, Feb. 10. 
Allmanna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget, assignee : 
See— 

Arnemo, Helge. 

Arvidsson, Algot. 

Krabbe, Ulrik. 

Lamm, Uno. 

Staihane, Bertil. 
Allnutt, Ralph B., Glen Echo Heights, Md., and R. T. 
McGoldrick, Brooklyn, N. Y. Torsional oscillation gen- 
erator. 2,452,031, Oct. 26. 
Allover Manufacturing Co., assignee : See — 

Schultz, Julius. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Allphin, Willard J., Danvers, Mass., assignor to Sylvania 
Electric Products, Inc., Salem, Mass. Electric lamp. 
2,449,268, Sept. 14. 
Allshouse, Harlow E. : See — 

Buttner, William C, and Allshouse. 
Alltools, Limited, assignee : See — 

Graves, Arnold, and Dawes. 
Allwein, Aloysius P., assignor to The Brown Instrument 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Flowmeter. 2,451,425, 
Oct. 12. 
Allyn, Welch, Inc., assignee : See, — 

Allyn, William N. 
Allyn, William N., assignee : See — 

Long, Walter K. 
Allyn, William N., Skaneateles, assignor to Welch Allyn, 
Inc., Auburn, N. Y. Diagnostic instrument for exam- 
ining the eye. 2,453,887, Nov. 16. 
Allyn, William N., Skaneateles, assignor to Welch Allyn, 
Inc., Auburn, N. Y. Optical instrument for examining 
and measuring characteristics of the eye. 2,453,888, 
Nov. 16. 
Aim, J. T., assignee : See — 

Sauer, Christian H. 
Alma, Gerrit H. P., H. Cohen, and H. J. Landsbergen, 
Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignors to Hartford National 
Bank and Trust Company, Hartford, Conn., as trustee. 
Mixing tube. 2.442,576, June 1. 
Almen, John 0., Royal Oak, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Shot blasting nozzle. 
2,439,032, Apr. 6. 
Almendinger, Charles E., and E. L. Behrens, Prospect, 
Ohio. Burial vault transporting and lowering appa- 
ratus. 2,444,690, July 6. 
Almquist, Milton L., Maplewood, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Two-way carrier wave telephone system. 2,440,239, 
Apr. 27. 
Alpak, assignee : See — 

Crane, Walton B. 
Alpers, Henry, Columbus, Nebr. Screw and toggle ad- 
justed wrench and clamp. 2,452,625, Nov. 2. 
Alquist, Francis N. : See — 

Sexton, Arthur R., and Alquist. 
Alrose Chemical Company, assignee : See — 

Weisberg, Mark, Stevenson, and Beer. 
Alsop, Samuel, Meriden, Conn. Filter. 2,435,115, Jan. 27. 
Alstrom, Albert I., Longmeadow, assignor to Wico Elec- 
tric Company. West Springfield, Mass. Stator mount- 
ing for flywheel magnetos. 2,433,881, Jan. 6. 
Alstrom. Albert I., Longmeadow, and A. L. Brownlee, 
assignors to Wico Electric Company, West Springfield, 
Mass. Flywheel magneto. 2,447,727, Aug. 24. 
Altamura, Mario S., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated. Amides from 
sulfonyl fluorides. 2,450,863, Oct. 5. 
Altenburg, Wilford, San F ran cisco, Calif. Spring wind- 
ing device. 2,436,707, Feb. 24. 
Alter, Harry, Company, The, assignee : See — 

Cahenzli, Martin T., Jr. 
Alter, Harry A., assignor to the W. W. Boes Company, 
Dayton, Ohio. Electrical measuring instrument. 
2,456,667, Dec. 21. 
Alter, Joseph, Long Branch, N. J. Device for facilitating 

circuit design. 2,446,993, Aug. 17. 
Altman, Fred E., and R. W. Mclntyre, assignors to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Astronomical 
photographic objectives. 2,443,156, June 8. 
Altman, Otto, Port Chester, N. Y. Safety transmission for 

vending machines and the like. 2,449,043, Sept. 14. 
Alton, Thomas, Elwick, West Hartlepool, England. Ven- 
tilator for enclosed spaces. 2,434,090, Jan. 6. 
Alty, Harold J. : See — 

Partridge, William A., and Alty. 
Aluminum Company of America, assignee : See — 
Kempf, Louis W., and Eastwood. 
Lynn, Lawrence S., Jr., and Shirley. 
Mason, Elliott W. 

Newsome, James W., Heiser, and Wall. 
Sneer, William F. 
Thomas, John W. 
Wall, James R. 
Aluminum Cooking Utensil Company, The, assignee: See — 

Guild, Lurelle, and Towne. 
Aluminum Industries, Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Beckmann, Melbourne A. 
Aluminium Plant & Vessel Company Limited, The, as- 
signee : See — 

Ralph, Sydney J., and Dummett. 
Alvarez, Octnvlo J., assignor to Alvarez Patent Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Collapsible swimming and bath- 
ing pool. 2,443,440, June 15. 
Alvarez, Octavio J., assignor to Alvarez Patent Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Umbrella. 2,455,288, Nov. 30. 
Alvarez, Octavio J., and B. Osman, assignors of one-half 
to Alvarez Patent Corporation, and one-half to B. 
Osman, New York, N. Y. Switch arrangement. 
2,449,799, Sept. 21. 
Alvarez, Oscar E., Tampa, Fla. Can crusher. 2,446,898, 
Aug. 10. 



Alvarez Patent Corporation, assignee : See — 
Alvarez, Octavio J. 
Alvarez, Octavio J., and Osman. 
Alvear, Victor, Clifton, N. J. Electric battery improve- 
ment. 2,456,477. Dec. 14. 
Alves, David S., Richmond, Calif. Paddle target unit for 

ball games. 2,438,263, Mar. 23. 
Alvino, Alphonse V., Newark, assignor to Bendix Aviation 
Corporation, Bendix, N. J. Electromagnetic mechanism. 

2.447.890, Aug. 24. 

Alvis Limited, assignee : See — 

Smith-Clarke, George T., and Varney. 
Alvord, Charles C. : See — 

Flygare, Carl G., and Alvord. 
Amador, Jose P., Newark, N. J. Micrometer caliper. 

2,434,633, Jan. 20. 
Amalgamated Wireless (Australasia) Limited, assignee: 
See — 

Boadle, Ronald D., and Hool. 

Campbell, Allan J., and Bolm. 

Robertson, David S. 

Vale, Keith R. 
Amber, Yervant, Los Angeles, Calif. Garment clamp. 

2.452.891, Nov. 2. 

Amberg, Charles R., and W. J. Knapp, Alfred, assignors 
to North American Cement Corporation, Catskill, N. Y. 
Making disinfectant hydraulic cement. 2,439,440, 
Apr. 13. 
Amberg, Charles R., and W. J. Knapp, Alfred, assignors 
to North American Cement Corporation, Catskill, N. Y. 
Disinfectant hydraulic cement and making the same. 
2.439,441, Apr. 13. 
Amberg, Walter B., Beverly Shores, Ind., assignor to A. S. 
Bowes, Chicago, 111. Ice-cream cone. 2,447,045, Aug. 
17. 
Amberg, Walter E., Beverly Shores, Ind., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Lily-Tulip Cup Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Paper cup and handle thereof. 2,454,906, 
Nov. 30. 
Ambler, Joseph A. : See — 

Roberts, Earl J., Ambler, and Curl. 

Ambler, Joseph A., New Orleans, La., and A. L. Curl, 

Winter Haven, Fla., assignors to the United States of 

America as represented by the Secretary of Agriculture. 

Production of itaconic acid. 2,448.506, Sept. 7. 

Ambrose, Anthony A., Dayton, Ohio. Electromagnet. 

2,438,985, Apr. 6. 
Ambrose, Dermot M., assignor to Standard Telephones 
and Cables Limited, London, England. Apparatus for 
converting pairs of time modulated pulses into pulses 
of variable duration. 2,434,894, Jan. 27. 
Ambrose, Henry A., Penn Township, Allegheny County, 
assignor to Gulf Research & Development Company, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Seating piston rings in internal-com- 
bustion engines. 2,445,901, July 27. 
Ambrose, Merrill W., Roxbury, Mass. Welding apparatus. 

2,435,815, Feb. 10. 
Amco Manufacturing Corporation, assignee : See — 

Rockwell, Ronald J. 
Amend, Adolph. Jr., Harrington Park, and G. C. Engel, 
Ridgewaod, N. J., assignors to General Time Instru- 
ments Corporation, New York, N. Y. Job elapsed time 
recorder. 2,454,025, Nov. 16. 
Amenta, Sam, Chicago, 111. Forming dentures from poly- 

merlzable acrylic materials. 2,457,114, Dec. 28. 
Amer, Donald F., Newcastle-on-Tyne, assignor to A. Rey- 
rolle & Company Limited, Hebburn-on-Tyne, England. 
Gas-blast electric circuit breaker. 2,454,586, Nov. 23. 
Amerlcalne, Inc., assignee : See — 

Stone, Raymond. 
American Aggregates Corporation, assignee : See — 

Coppock, Fred D. 
American Airlines, Inc., assignee : See — 

Ammann, Charles E., and King. 
American Arch Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Hazen, Frank D. 
American Associated Companies, Inc., assignee : See — 

Ferguson, Albert G. 
American Bakers Machinery Company, assignee : See — 

Buechek, John. 
American Bemberg Corporation, assignee : See — 

Lieser, Theodor. 
American Blower Corporation, assignee : See — 
Meyer, Harry A. 
Walters, Thomas A. 
American Blower Corporation, The, assignee : See — 

Alison, Noah L. 
American Bosch Corporation, assignee : See — 
Ericksberg, Alvah O., and Osterman. 
Lamphere, Richard W. 
Osterman, Joseph T. 
Osterman. Joseph T., and Ericksberg. 
Schwarzmann, Wolfgang B., and Bach. 
American Box Board Company, assignee : See — 

Anderson, Wilbur G., Jr. 
American Braces, assignee: See — 

Markkula, Raymond F. 
American Brake Company, The, assignee : See — 
Mueller, Emil G. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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American Brake Shoe Company, assignee : See — 

Blume, William A., and Spokes. 

Browne, Lindsay fi. 

Heidenthal, Warren C. 

Magnus, Oscar F. 

Mantle, Burr W. 

Nettenstrom, Arthur R. 

Spokes, Ray E. 

Staiger, Otto K. 

Wilson, Rosser L. 
American Brass Company, The, assignee : See — - 

Candee. Ellsworth T., and Anderson. 
American Bridge Company, assignee : See — 

Balke. Harry A. 
American Briquet Company, assignee : See — 

Dallas, George, Mifflin, and Fine. 
American Cabinet Hardware Corporation, Rockford, 
Illinois, assignee : See — 

Borchers, Earl M. 
American Can Company, assignee : See — 

Berglund, Ralph M. 

Butler, William F. 

Erb, George C. 

Felber, John. 

Hayes, John G. 

Jacobs, Samuel S., anoj Peterson. 

Jones, Lyman L. 

Kruse, Orlin O. 

Maher, William W. 

Martin, William M. 

Nordquist, Ronald E. J. 

Nordquist. Ronald E. J., and Cox. 

Paynter, Horace J. 

Peters, John F. 

Rosenlof, Sven H. 

Saubestre, Basil F. 

Sharpe, George A. 

Socke, John E. 

Then, Edward O. 

Thornburgh, Ivan D. 

Wolfe, Herbert J., and Greubel. 
American Car and Foundry Company, assignee : See — 

Bogard, Fred J. 

Dietrichson, William F., and Christiansen. 

Pancake, Herman H. 

Shields, Robert A. 

Steinmeyer, John W. 

Willoughby, Victor. 
American Car and Foundry Investment Corporation, as- 
signee : See — 

Stanton, Warren F. 
American Casting & Manufacturing Corporation, assignee : 
See — 

Dietze, Emil. 
American Catheter Corporation, assignee : See — 

Krippendorf, Louis H. 
American Chain & Cable Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Bufflap, Carl A. 

Conner, Edward A. 

Reybura, John R., and Kuhnl. 
American Chemical Paint Company, assignee : See — 

Jones, Franklin D. 

Saukaitis, Albert J. 

Snyder, Eugene. 

Spruance, Frank P., Jr. 
American Chicle Company, assignee : See — 

Cohoe, Wallace P. 
American Coach & Body Company, The, assignee : See — 

Holan, James H., and Troche. 
American Colloid Company, assignee : See — 

Holden, Eugene G., Jr. 
American Crucible Co., assignee : See — 

Hubbell, George T. 
American Cyanamid Company, assignee : See — 

Aagaard, Leif, and Cauwenberg. 

Aagaard, Leif. Cauwenberg, and Whately. 

Abramovitch, Benjamin. 

Adam, John N., Jr., and Durfee. 

Amick, Chester A., and Kenle. 

Angier, Robert B. 

Baker, Bernard R. 

Baker, Bernard R., and Querry. 

Barnes, Robert B.. and Ham. 

Beardsley, Ailing P., and Whiting. 

Bernstein. Seymour, and Dorfman. 

Blann, William A. 

Booth, Robert B., and Carpenter. 

Booth, Robert B., and Herkenhoff. 

Booth. Robert B., and Morash. 

Boothe, James H. 

Buc, George L., and Stearns. 

Candee, Clifton C. 

Carpenter, Erwin L. 

Clapp, Richard C, and Krapcho. 

Clark, Le Roy V. 

Coca, Arthur F. 

Cook, Elmer W.. and Moss. 

Cook. Elmer W., and Thomas. 

Cosulich, Donna B. 

Cullinan, John F., and Lytle. 

Davis, Arnold R. 

Davis, Harold S., and Carpenter. 



American Cyanamid Company, assignee : See — Continued. 

Davis, Harold S., and Newey. 

Day, Harold M., and Jayne. 

Dean, Russell T., and Hook. 

Dean, Russell T., King, and Laury. 

Dixon, James K., and Cook. 

Dixon, James K., and May. 

Dorfman, Louis, and Bernstein. 

Erickson, John G. 

Foster, George H., and Williams. 

Funk, Charles E., Jr. 

Hager, Floyd D. 

Hall, George E., Jr., Hultquist, and Dhein. 

Hechenbleikner, Ingenuin. 

Houpt, Alfred G. 

Hultquist, Martin E. 

Hultquist, Martin E., and Dreisbach. 

Hultquist, Martin E., and Northey. 

Hutehings, Brian L. 

Johnston. William B. 

Kidder, Ray E., and Berry. 

Kropa, Edward L. 

Kruppa, William J., Beardsley, and Whiting. 

Lacey, Harold T., and Brouillard. 

Lane, Leslie C, and Parker. 

Lecher, Hans Z., Parker, and Hofmann. 

Lecher, Hans Z., Parker, and Long. 

Libby, Raymond L. 

Lindsay, Maxwell H. A. 

Long. Robert S., and Lewis. 

Lynch, Kathryn L. 

Lytle, Lawrence D. 

Mackenzie, Neil M., and Nestler. 

MacLean. Alexander F. 

Miller, Wilbur H. 

Millson, Henry E., and Royer. 

Moore, Leonard P., and Ericks. 

Moos, Anthony M. 

Moos. Anthony M., and Epham. 

Mowat, John H. 

Mowat, John H., and Boothe. 

Nagy, Daniel E. 

Nagy, Daniel E., and Redmon. 

Ness, Walter E. 

Nies, Abby W. 

Northey, Elmore H., and Webb. 

Parfentjev, Ivan A., and Weil. 

Park, Robert H. 

Parker, Robert P., and Denton. 

Pfann. Harry F., and Dixon. 

Pietzsch, Xurt F. 

Poor, Edward N., and Howard. 

Redmon. Byran C, and Nagy. 

Royer. George L.. and Amick. 

Sargent, Donald E. 

Sayward. John M., and Dixon. 

Scalera, Mario. 

Scalera, Mario, and Forster. 

Scalera, Mario, and Joyce. 

Scalera, Mario, Lester, and Hardy. 

Scholz, Theodore F. 

Shepard. Norman A. 

Sickels, Jackson P. 

Sickels, Jackson P., and Sargent. 

Simard, Gerald L., and Stryker. 

Smith, James M., Jr. 

Smyth, Glen M. 

Smyth, Glen M.. and Cullinan. 

Stamm, Robert F., Mariner, Barnes, and Stryker. 

Stearns, Edwin I., Jr. 

Stearns, Edwin I., Jr., and Buc. 

Thurston, Jack T. 

Upham. Sidney D. 

Vanderscheer, James, and Hull. 

Vitalis, Emil A. 

Waller. Coy W.. and Boothe. 

West, Herbert J. 

West. Herbert J., and Enterline. 

Winnek, Philip S. 

Zeischke, Wolfgang M. 
American Cystoscope Makers. Inc.. assignee: See — 

Scott, William W., and Lutz. 

Wallace, Frederick J. 
American Dairies Incorporated, assignee, et al. : See — 

Turner, Charles W., and Reineke. 
American District Telegraph Company, assignee : See — 

Muehter, Manfred W. 
American Ecla Corporation, assignee : See — 

Chavannes, Marc A. 
American Electrical Heater Company, assignee : See — 

Kuhn, Frank, and Thomas. 
American Electro Metal Corporation, assignee : See — 

Goetzel, Claus G. 

Schwarzkopf, Paul. 
American Enka Corporation, assignee : See — 

Barnes, Robert R., and McCullough. 

Buurman, Aart. 

Gonsalves, Victor E. 

Kayser, Guillaume M. A. 

Koch, Theodoor. 

Markwood, Paul W. 

Meerdink, Gerhard J. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



American Felt Company, assignee : See — 

Boeddinghaus, Hugo. 

Shrager, Hymen, and Shinberg. 
American Fixture & Manufacturing Co., assignee : See — 

Nash, John J. 
American Flange & Manufacturing Co., Inc., assignee : 
See— 

Amesbury, Earl M., Franks, and Jesevich. 
American Forging and Socket Company, assignee : See — 

McCarthy, Charles S. 
American Fork & Hoe Company, The, assignee : See — 

Moulton, Walter E. 
American Furniture & Toy Company, assignee : See — 

Schneider, Rudolph G. 
American Gas Association, Inc., assignee : See — 

Starkey, Robert L., and Wight. 
American Gas Machine Company, assignee : See — 

Rasmussen, Sophus. 
American Geographical Society of New York, assignee . 
See- 
Edison, Theodore M. 
American Hardware Corporation, The. assignee : See — 

Dyson, Louis M. 
American Hoist & Derrick Co., assignee : See — 

Hite, Joseph J. 
American Hyaisol Corporation, assignee : See — 

Engelbrecht, Heinz-Joachim. 
American Instrument Co., Inc., assignee : See — 

Healey, Sidney. 

Meigs, Douglas P. 

Morris, Nathan. 
American-La France-Foamite Corporation, assignee : See — 

Sheppard, Allan G. 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The, assignee : 
See — 

Matthews, Albert. 

Matthews, Albert, and Gerlach. 

Shaw, Julian C. 

Shaw, Julian C, and Blettner. 
American Linen Supply Co., assignee : See — 

Birr, Rudolph G. 

Steiner, Frank G., and Birr. 
American Locker Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Hofmann, George. 
American Locomotive Company, assignee : See — - 

Gloyer, Walter. 

Sawyer, Robert T. 

Weber, Theodore R. 
American Loose Leaf Corporation, assignee : See — 

Baker, Samuel S., and Batcbelar. 
American Machine & Foundry Company : See — 

Dehuff, Walter F. 

Morgan, Wiilard L. 

Morgan, Wiilard L., and Faelten. 

Newman, Max M. 

Thiel, Louis F. 
American Machine and Foundry Company, assignee : See — 

Arelt, Charles. 

Johnson, Carl W., and Neumair. 

Kihn, George A. 

Lea, Charles W. 

Sowa, Frank J. 

Warren, James W. 
American Machine and Metals, Inc., assignee : See — 

Davis, Archibald H., Jr. 

De Moss, Albert H. 

Kent, Carleton V. 

Sidell, Philip A. 
American Maize-Products Company, assignee : See — 

Lloyd, Robert L. 

Pearce, Leslie O. G. 

Schopmeyer, Herman H. 

American-Marietta Company, Adhesive, Resin and Chem- 
ical Division, assignee : See — 

Redfern, Donald V. 
American Meat Institute Foundation, assignee, et al : 
See — 

Kraybill, Honry R., and Beadle. 
American Metal Company, Limited, The, assignee: See — 

Jones, Thomas R., and Bierly. 

Schweitzer, Herbert C. 
American Molded Products Co., assignee: See — 

Henry, George L. 
American Monorail Company, assignee : See — 

Barner, Clarence E. 

I [arris, Frank C. 
American MonoRail Company, The, assignee: Sec — 

Moore, Ralph T. 
American Optical Company, assignee: See — 

Aitcheson, Thomas G. 

Bennett, Alva II. 

Ellis. Charles A. 

Guellich, Gustav E. 

Hasenzahl, Herbert E. 

Matter, Roger E. 

Moulton, Harold R. 

Oslcrberg, Harold. 

Peck, William I'., Harper, and Estey. 

I'incus, Alexis G. 

Reunion. .Joseph ])., and Guellich. 

Silvorberg, Carl G. 

Splaine, Edward M. 

Weyl, woldermar A. 



American Ordnance Corporation, assignee : See — 

Caulkins, Cecil P. 
American Pattern and Manufacturing Co., assignee : See — 

Miller, Raymond J. 
American Pearl Button Co., assignee : See — ■ 

Palmer, Rufus N. 
American Pipe and Construction Co., assignee : See — 

Jenkins, Howard H. 

Munger, Charles G. 
American Pipe and Steel Corporation, assignee : See — 

Talley, Hyrum M. 
American Potash & Chemical Corporation, assignee : See — 

May, Frank H. 
American Pulley Company, The, assignee : See — 

Williams, William A. 
American Rayon Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Furness, William H. 
American Rock Wool Corp., assignee : See — 

Smith, Herbert C. 
American Rolling Mill Company, The, assignee : See — 

Feild, Alexander L. 

Gage, Gordon, and Hughes. 

Oganowski, Kasimir. 
American Safety Razor Corporation, assignee : See — 

Dalkowitz, Godfrey. 

Tait, Wilfred E., and Stellpflug. 
American Seal-Kap Company of Delaware, assignee : See — 

Goodwin, Carl W., and Allen. 

Goodwin, Carl W., and Martin. 
American Seal-Kap Corporation, assignee : See — 

Butterfleld, George P., and Thorne. 

Rodman, Francis C, and Engel. 

Vore, Herbert G. 
American Seating Company, assignee : See — 

Larson, Alfred O. 

Morgan, Erving B., and Clay. 

Nordmark, Walter E. 

Orton, Merritt K. 
American Smelting and Refining Company : See — 

Fleming, Edward P., and Mcintosh. 

Lebedeff, Yurii E. 

Lebedeff, Yurii E., and Monson. 

Morin, Fernando A. 
American Steel Foundries, assignee : See — 

Bachman, Fred E. 

Baselt, Walter H. 

Clasen, Claus J. W. 

Cottrell, Robert B. 

Cottrell, Robert B., and Helsten. 

Elder, Flint C. 

Grigsby, Chester E. 

Heater, Charles L. 

Hess, Relza J. 

Kayler, Frank H. 

Kinne, Edmund P., and Kayler. 

Lehrman, Leo A. 

Maatman, Egbert J., and Clasen. 

Moline, Carl R. 

Reardon, Eugene J. 

Schlegel, Walter L., Jr., and Bachman. 

Tack, Carl E. 

Tack, Carl E., and Bachman. 

Tack, Carl E., and Helsten. 

Trenbath, Herbert W. 
American Steel Package Company, The, assignee : See — 

Duerk, Karl A. 
American Steel and Wire Company, The, assignee : See — 

Saviers, Robert H. 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey, The, 
assignee : See — - 

Brickman, Alan E. 

Griffiths, Ronale., and Spare. 

Herath, Russell A., and Pettigrew. 

Larner, William V. 

Plass, Curtis E., and Sullivan. 

Robbins, David S. 

Scott, William H. 

Smith, Albert A., Jr., and Quadt. 

Symmes, Daniel D. 

Thompson, James R. 

Williams, Alvin R. 
American Sterilizer Company, assignee : See- 
Owens, Neal, and Jewell. 
American Stove Company, assignee : See — 

Morrill, Vaughan, Jr. 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company, assignee, 
et al. : See — 

Beardsley, Harry I., and Meehan. 

Werner, Daniel R. 
American Tool Works Company, The, assignee : See — 

Hoelscher, William G. 
American Tool Head Corporation, assignee : See — 

Girard, Ernest. 
American Tractor Equipment Corporation, assignee : See — 

Wooldridge, Mack. 
American Type Founders, Incorporated, assignee: See — 

Hacker, Fred A. 

Seybold, Frederick W. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



13 



American Viscose Corporation, assignee : See — 
Battista, Orlando A. 
Bauer, Ernest K. 
Birsch, Edwin T. 
Birsch, Edwin T., and Silcox. 
Boyce, Garfield E. 
Castellan, Carl A. 
Chaney, David W. 
Coe, Elvin L. 

Copson, Ernest D., and Taylor. 
Cornwell, Ralph T. K., and Porter. 
Curtis, Dale M. 
Davidson, Hobart O. 
Drennen, Jotm T. 
Bshleman, Richard F. 
Francis, Carleton S., Jr. 
Pry, Horace P., Stanley, and McDermott. 
Furness, William H. 
Garden, Henry B. 
Griffin, Frank H. 
Haley, Hugh D. 
Kennedy, Edgar S. 
Foster, Frederick W. 

Kreamer, William H., Klingener, and Bauer.' 
Kulp, Maurice P., and Sisson. 
Little, John W. 
Lodge, Alvin. 
McDermott, Henry J. 
Nelson, Seddon C. 
Rosser, Charles M. 
Row, Stuart B., and Woolley. 
Sisson, Wayne A. 
Sisson, Wayne A. and Webb. 
Stanley, Richard W. 
Stanley, Richard W., and Castellan. 
Wedler, Frederick C. 
Whytlaw, Graeme G. 
Wicker, Dan B. 
Wiegerink, James G. 
Woodruff, Jackson A. 
American Vitos Company, Inc., assignee : See — - 

Vitoux, Marcel. 
American Well Works, The, assignee : See — 

Walker, James D. 
American Wheelabrator & Equipment Corporation, as- 
signee : See — 
Dill, Gilbert D. 
Hirsch, Charles. 
American Woolen Company, assignee : See — 

Adams. Harold S. 
Amering, Charles F., assignor to Eastman Kodak Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Vacuum envelope for photo- 
graphic printing. 2,436,0857 Feb. 17. 
Ames, Butler, Boston, assignor to The Walkabout Com- 
pany, Lowell, Mass. Portable support for invalids. 
2,437,778, Mar. 16. 
Ames, Charles F., New York, N. Y. Vacuum return pump- 
ing unit. 2,452,421, Oct. 26. 
Ames, Millard E., Jr., Philadelphia, and D. E. Sunstein, 
Elkins Park, assignors to Philco Corporation, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Reflex thermal electric meter. 2,437,449, 
Mar. 9. 
Ames, Millard E., Jr., Germantown, and D. E. Sunstein, 
Elkins Park assignors to Philco Corporation, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Saw-tooth generator with automatic ampli- 
tude control. 2,448,069, Aug. 31. 
Ames, Philip V. : See — 
Russell, George W. 
Ames, Robert G., assignor of one-half to G. W. Williams, 
and one-fourth to S. Ames, Burlingame, Calif. Pressure 
plastic applicator. 2,436,783, Mar. 2. 
Ames, Robert S., R. W. McCullough, and M. P. H. Peterson, 
assignors to Goodyear Aircraft Corporation, Akron, 
Ohio. Apparatus for free-blowing thermoplastic mate- 
rial. 2,440,499, Apr. 27. 
Ames, Robert S., M. P. Peterson, and J. C. Feldscher, 
assignors to Goodyear Aircraft Corporation, Akron, 
Ohio. Apparatus for controlling centrifugal formation 
of sheet material. 2.454,116, Nov. 16. 
Ames Spot Welder Co., Inc., assignee : See — 

Stoudt, Bernard. 
Ames, Stanley, assignee, et al. : See — 

Ames, Robert G. 
Amesbury, Earl M., T. W. Franks, and J. Jesevich, Jr., 
Chicago, 111., assignors to American Flange & Manu- 
facturing Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Closure plug for 
containers. 2,445,465, July 20. 
Amick, Chester A., and R. H. Kienle, Bound Brook, N. J., 
assignors to American Cyanamid Company, New York, 
N. Y. Printing with vat colors. 2,451,270, Oct. 12. 
Amick, Erwin H., Jr. : See — 

Harney, William S., Jr., and Amick. 
Amldon, Roy C, assignor to Vanity Fair Mills, Inc., 
Reading, Pa. Knitting machine needle and making 
same. 2,436,371, Feb. 24. 
Amigo, Alfonso, Ealing, assignor of one-half to Ebonestos 
Industries Limited, London, England. Molding of boxes 
from laminations of felted fibrous material impregnated 
with synthetic resin. 2,446,038, July 27. 
Amino Acids, Inc., assignee : gee — 

Reyniers, James A. 
Amiot, Felix, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France. Controlling 
means, especially for doors. 2,457,625, Dec. 28. 



Bezenah, 
Midland, 
aromatic 



Chicago, 



Marius Fayolle, alias 
Thread operated stop 



Am itv Leather Products Co., assignee : See — 

Potter, Harold B. 
Amity Manufacturing Corp., assignee : See — 

De Mott, Armand. 
Ammann, Charles E., Yonkers, and R. W. King, Rockville 
Center, assignors to American Airlines, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. Selective signaling system. 2,446,037, July 27. 
Ammco Tools, Inc., assignee: See — 
Billeter, Henry R. 
Mitchell, Wallace F. 
Ammerman, Harry E., Silver Spring, Md. Window bracket. 

2,451,143. Oct. 12. 
Amnion, Edward R., Reading, Pa. Hosiery handling and 

inspecting apparatus. 2,454,622, Nov. 23. 
Amon, Fred H., Weston, and F. S. Thornhill, Hyde Park, 
assignors to Godfrey L. Cabot, Inc., Boston, Mass. 
Making hydrophilic carbon black. 2,439,442, Apr. 13. 
Amon, William F., Jr. : See — 

Blout, Elkan R., and Amon. 

Georgian, Vlasios, Anion, Golfstein, Land, West and 
Woodward. 
Amos, James L., Midland, and F. J. Soderquist, Bay City, 
assignors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, 
Mich. Production of readily polymerizable vinyl aro- 
matic compounds. 2,443,217, June 15. 
Amos, James L., C. C. Schwegler, and W. H. 
assignors to The Dow Chemical Company, 
Mich. Apparatus for producing alkylated 
compounds. 2,443,758, June 22. 
Amp Corporation, assignee : See — 

Thompson, Parke H. 
Ampco Metal, Inc., assignee : See — 
Garriott, Francis E. 
Mulle, Henry A. 
Ampro Corporation, assignee : See — 
Cisski, Irving. 
Dunlavey, Robert J. 
Amsler Morton Corporation, assignee : See — 

Morton, William A. 
Amstutz, Walter, assignor to Butler Brothers 

111. Collapsible blackboard. 2,456,103, Dec. 14. 
Amyot, Pierre, Quebec, Quebec, Canada. Brassiere 

2,446,683, Aug. 10. 
Anaconda Wire and Cable Company, assignees : See — 
Bechle, Charles W., and Olson. 
Johnson, Richard A. 
Olson, John W., and Bechle. 
Ancet, Victor M. J., assignor to 
Marcel Fayolle, Lyon, France, 
motion in circular looms. 2,433,824, Jan. 
Anchor Chemical Company Limited, The, assignee : See — 

Roberts, Kenneth C. 
Anchor Post Products, Inc., assignee : See — 

Smoot, Theophilus H. 
Anco Manufacturing Corporation, assignee : See — 

Spangenberger, Carl C. 
Anderberg, Axel W., Los Angeles, Calif. Removable bottle 

closure device. 2,433,972. Jan. 6. 
Anderer, Theodore A., Philadelphia, and R. W. Tafel, 
Drexel Hill, Pa. Varilength tandem self-aligning gauge. 
2,455,347, Dec. 7. 
Anders, John F., Kitchawan, N. Y. Internal thread gage. 

2,434,535, Jan. 13. 
Andersen, Carl N., Pleasantville, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Gallowhur Chemical Corporation. Aro- 
matic mercury alcoholates. 2,437,450, Mar. 9. 
Andersen, Carl N., Pleasantville, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Gallowhur Chemical Corporation. 
Metallo-organic compositions. 2,451,052, Oct. 12. 
Andersen, Harold W., Bayside, N. Y. Spark plug. 

2,442,945, June 8. 
Andersen, Henry C, Lancaster, Calif. Bottle holder. 

2.437,800, Mar. 16. 
Andersen, Nils P. E., Elm Grove, assignor to Harnischfeger 
Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. Cargo hoist. 2,456,104, 
Dec. 14. 
Andersen, Soren K., assignor to The Garrett Corporation, 
Airesearch Manufacturing Company division, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Cooler for viscous liquids. 2,449,922, 
Sept. 21. 
Andersen, Thomas K., Staten Island, N. Y. Pivotally and 
slidably mounted outer jaw wrench. 2,437,801, Mar. 16. 
Andersen, Thomas K., Staten Island, N. Y. Material 

handling apparatus. 2,443,174, June 15. 
Andersen, Thomas K., Staten Island, N. Y. Material 

handling apparatus. 2,443,175, June 15. 
Andersen, Thomas K., Staten Island, N. Y. Material han- 
dling apparatus. 2,447,150, Aug. 17. 
Anderson, Albert & J. M., Manufacturing Company, as- 
signee : See — 

Reynolds, Charles H. 
Anderson, Albert E., Holbrook, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Submarine Signal Company, Boston, Mass. 
Recorder. 2,451,464, Oct. 19. 
Anderson, Alf. E., Milton, Mass. Swivel electrical con- 
nector with floatable means. 2,436,949, Mar. 2. 
Anderson, Alton R. : See — 

Candee. Ellsworth T., and Anderson. 
Anderson, Alva E., Spring Lake, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Microwave oscillator. 2,457,194, Dec. 28. 
Anderson, Andrew T. : See — 

Regad, Eugene D., and Anderson. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Anderson, Arleigh W., Pasadena, Calif. Air register. 
2,439,554, Apr. 13. 

Anderson, Arthur A., Rose Township, Ramsey County, 
assignor to Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Com- 
pany, St. Paul, Minn. Automatic adhesive tape dis- 
penser. 2,449,047, Sept. 14. 

Anderson, Bernard : See — 
Anderson, Paul and B. 

Anderson, Bert E., Los Angeles, Calif. Orifice exchanger. 
2 433 973 Jan. 6. 

Anderson, Bert E., Los Angeles, Calif. Orifice exchanger. 
2,448,071, Aug. 31. 

Anderson-Boiling Mfg. Co., assignee : See — - 
Duffy, Thomas I. 

Anderson, Carl A., assignee, et al. : See — 
Cruikehank, Ross T. 

Anderson, Carl E., assignee, et al. : See — 
Nelson, Noble A. 

Anderson, Carl G., assignor to R. T. Moloney, Chicago, 111. 
Soldering lug. 2,442,158, May 25. 

Anderson, Carl J. : See — - 

Bullen, Clark V., and Anderson. 

Anderson, Carl M., Greensburg, assignor to Elliott Com- 
pany, Jeannette, Pa. Brush holder. 2,442,480, June 1. 

Anderson, Carl R., Chattanooga, Tenn., assignor to Air 
Products Incorporated, Detroit, Mich. Pump for lique- 
fied gases. 2,439,958, Apr. 20. 

Anderson, Carl R., assignor to Air Products, Incorporated, 
Chattanooga, Tenn. Reciprocating pump for liquefied 
gases. 2,440,216, Apr. 20. 

Anderson, Carl R., assignor to Air Products Incorporated, 
Detroit, Mich. Expansion valve. 2,435,731, Feb. 10. 

Anderson, Carl R., assignor to Air Products Incorporated, 
Detroit, Mich. Pump for liquefied gases. 2,439,957, 
Apr. 20. 

Anderson, Charles C, Dayton, Ohio. Cigarette dispenser. 
2,445,201, July 13. 

Anderson, Chester W., Grand Haven, Mich. Bottle carrier. 
2,448,204, Aug. 31. , ,_ .^ 

Anderson, Clare, Kinnelon, N. J. Electrical bridge and 
galvanometer circuits. 2,444,624, July 6. 

Anderson, Clarence N., Northwood, Iowa. Power-operated 
fence post driver. 2,456,852, Dec. 21. 

Anderson, Cleophas E., assignor to Thermo Electric Manu- 
facturing Company, Dubuque, Iowa. Temperature con- 
trol apparatus. 2,448,289, Aug. 31. 

Anderson, Cleophos E., Columbia City, Ind., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Brake mechanism. 
2,434,480, Jan. 13. ,. ,,. 

Anderson, Clifford H., Minneapolis, Minn. Screw con- 
veyer. 2,443,288, June 15. 

Anderson, Clyde E., Minneapolis, Minn. Display easel. 
2,441,655, May 18. 

Anderson, David E. : See — 

Waag, Norman E., and Anderson. 

Anderson, David E., assignor to Thompson Products, Inc., 
Cleveland, Ohio. Apparatus for controlling introduc- 
tion of supplementary antiknock fuel mixtures. 
2,441,179, June 29. a o ^ 

Anderson, David P., Pittsburgh, Pa., and S. Kneass, Jr., 
Boylston, assignors to Morgan Construction Company, 
Worcester Mass. Conveying mechanism for billet heat- 
ing furnaces. 2,451,053, Oct. 12. 

Anderson, Earl I. : See — 

Stolze, William J., and Anderson. 

Anderson, Earl I., Manhasset, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Timing modulation system. 
2,449,923, Sept. 21. 

Anderson, Earl I., Manhasset, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Ground speed indicator utiliz- 
ing doppler effect. 2,455,639, Dec. 7. 

Anderson, Edmund A. : See — 

Boyle, Edward J., and Anderson. 

Anderson, Edward E., Loma Linda, Calif. Individual con- 
tainer sealer. 2,455,461, Dec. 7. 

Anderson, Edward P., Rutherford, assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, Teterboro, N. J. Air log. 
2,441,381, May 11. 

Anderson, Einar A., Minneapolis, Minn. Butter cutter. 
2,454,421, Nov. 23. 

Anderson, Einar H., Minneapolis, Minn. Crushing ma- 
chine for rocks and the like. 2,447,303, Aug. 17. 

Anderson, Emil, Briarcliff Manor, N. Y., assignor to Elec- 
trolux Corporation, Old Greenwich, Conn. Wing flap 
actuating Mechanism. 2,434,341, Jan. 13. 

Anderson, Ephraim II., Homcwood, assignor to Westlng- 
housp Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Water 
seal for shaft-bearings. 2,439,917, Apr. 20. 

Anderson, Eric G., Davenport, Iowa. Sandpaper holder. 

2,446,625, Aug. 10. 
Anderson, Eric M., Westbrook, B. O. Kelso, and C. M. 
(Jinn Portland, Maine, assignors to Utilities Distrib- 
utors, Inc. Fluid coupling. 2,444,414, July 6. 

Anderson, Eric W. : See— ■ 

Doering, Charles and H. H„ Anderson, and Skoglund. 

Anderson, Fayette C, assignor to Thomas A. Edison, In- 
corporated, West Orange, N. J. Battery charging appa- 
ratus and method. 2,440,163, Apr. 20. 
Anderson. Folke w.. Chicago, in., assignor, by mesne as- 
signmiMils. I.o Continental Can Company, Inc., New 
Y..ik, N. V. Machine for making can bodies. 2,444,277, 
June 29. 



Anderson, Frank J., and D. R. Williams, assignors to 
Monolith Portland Midwest Company, Laramie, Wyo. 
Making alumina utilizing kaolin, marl, and related ma- 
terials. 2,438,488, Mar. 30. 

Anderson, Frank W., North Weymouth, Mass. Stud weld- 
ing gun. 2,451,190, Oct. 12. 

Anderson, Frederick, Hawthorne, assignor to A. Brearley, 
and V. M. Bramel, Monterey Park, Calif. Telephone 
receiver support. 2,435,816, Feb. 10: 

Anderson, George M., Highlands, N. J. Electrical con- 
nector. 2,454,760, Nov. 30. 

Anderson, George W., Santa Monica, Calif. Delayed-action 
switch. 2,439,069. Apr. 6. 

Anderson, Gordon R., Beloit, Wis., assignor to Fairbanks, 
Morse & Co., Chicago, 111. Axial air gap machine. 
2,438,629, Mar. 30. 

Anderson, Gordon V. : See — 

Mueller, Siegfried E., Anderson, and Dacas. 

Anderson, Gustave A., assignor to The International 
Handkerchief Mfg. Co., New York, N. Y. Blank feeder 
means. 2,449,044, Sept. 14. 

Anderson, Gustave A., assignor to The International 
Handkerchief Mfg. Co., New York, N. Y. Blank advanc- 
ing means. 2,451,648, Oct. 19. 

Anderson, Harold P., Mountain View, Calif., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Permanente Metals Corpora- 
tion. Producing magnesium powder by cold rolling and 
grinding. 2,448,243, Aug. 3L 

Anderson, Harold W., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. High-frequency induction heating 
system. 2,450,623, Oct. 5. 

Anderson, Harry W., Chicago, 111. High-low gas valve. 
2.448,654,Sept. 7. 

Anderson, Harvey R., Eureka, assignor to Keasbey & 
Mattlson Company, Ambler, Pa. Insulating board and 
making the same. 2,445,415, July 20. 

Anderson, Herbert L., Chicago, 111., assignor to the United 
States of America, as represented by the United States 
Atomic Energy Commission. Compressed neutron 
source. 2,440,999, May 4. 

Anderson, Hershell N., Washington, D. C. Protecting 
river banks. 2,435,568, Feb. 10. 

Anderson; Homer G., Waban, assignor to Raytheon Manu- 
facturing Company, Newton, Mass. Electron discharge 
device. 2,439,786, Apr. 20. 

Anderson, Homer G., Waban, assignor to Raytheon Manu- 
facturing Company, Newton, Mass. Electron discharge 
device of the magnetron type. 2,452,032, Oct. 26. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Reduc- 
tion Company, Incorporated. Removing metal from 
the surface or blooms and the like. 2,441,179, May 11. 

Anderson, James W., Jr., assignor to Monarch Governor 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Rear view mirror. 2,447,786, 
Aug. 24. 

Anderson, James W., Jr., assignor to Monarch Governor 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Rear view mirror. 2,450,179, 
Sept. 28. 

Anderson, John C, Los Angeles. Calif. Vertical current 
mineral concentrator. 2,437,671, Mar. 16. 

Anderson, John E., assignor to Phibrico Jointless Firebrick 
Company, Chicago, 111. Seam protector for boilers. 
2,437,634, Mar. 9. 

Anderson, John E., Los Angeles, Calif. Clamping device 
for cables and wires and rods. 2,440,532, Apr. 27. 

Anderson, John M., assignor to Minneapolis-Honeywell 
Regulator Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Polynomial 
equation computer. 2,444,549, July 6. 

Anderson, John W., Newtown, Conn. Lipstick holder 
with diverse expellant parts. 2,442,109, May 25. 

Anderson, John W., Portland, Oreg. Indoor golf practice 
device. 2,448,759, June 22. 

Anderson, Joseph B., Washington, D. C. Apparatus for 
disseminating weather information. 2,455,209, Nov. 30. 

Anderson, Joseph B., Washington, D. C. Apparatus for 
disseminating weather information. 2,455,210, Nov. 30. 

Anderson, Karl V. : See — 

Grieshaber, Emil, and Anderson. 

Anderson, Karl V., assignor to Nordberg Manufacturing 
Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Hydraulic motor moans for actu- 
ating nested distributing valves. 2,444,083, June 29. 

Anderson, Karl V., assignor to Nordberg Manufacturing 
Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Oil circulating means for pistons 
and connecting rods. 2,456,668, Dec. 21. 

Anderson, Lloyd L. : See — • 

Mark, Vennice E., and Anderson. 

Anderson, Lloyd L., Grand Rapids, assignor to Winters 
& Crampton Corporation, Grandville, Mich. Refrigera- 
tion latch mechanism. 2,440,162, Apr. 20. 

Anderson, Llovd L., Grand Rapids, assignor to Winters & 
Crampton 'Corporation, Grandville, Mich. Latch. 
2,444,180, June 29. 

Anderson, Louis A., assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Davton, Ohio. Backplate latch for machine guns. 
2,441,382, May 11. 

Anderson, Louis E. : See — 

Thorp, Clark E., and Anderson. 

Anderson, Marshall N., assignor to Sellstrom- Manufactur- 
ing Company, Chicago, 111. Welder's helmet. 2,440,596, 
Apr. 27. 

Anderson, Martin, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 
Oilcan and other drip-feed liquid containers. 2,442,392, 
June 1. 



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Anderson, Milton B., Rockford, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to the United States of America, as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of trie Navy. Selective propul- 
sion means for amphibious craft. 2,456,478, Dec. 14. 
Anderson, Nels B., Minneapolis, Minn. Blade honing de- 
vice. 2,437,495, Mar. 9. 
Anderson, Mis K., Riverside, assignor to Universal Oil 
Products Company, Chicago, 111. Reactivating finely 
divided contact material. 2,444,128, Jane 29. 
Anderson, Paul, San Antonio, Tex. Centrifugal fan. 

2,450,708, Oct. 5. 
Anderson, Paul and B., Clifton, N. J. Ice glider. 

2,454.248, Nov. 16. 
Anderson, Paul T. : See — 

Schindler, Hans, and Anderson. 
Anderson, Ralph P., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Cutler- 
Hammer, Inc., Milwaukee, Wis. Controller for alternat- 
ing-current motors. 2,436,413, Feb. 24. 
Anderson, Ralph V., TJ. S. Navy. Apparatus for auto- 
matically controlling duration of electrical current. 
2,452,537, Nov. 2. 
Anderson, Ralph V., Valencia, Pa. Saw table. 2,435,765, 

Feb. 10. 
Anderson, Ray B., Charleston, W. Va. Separation of gase- 
ous mixtures. 2.437,288, Mar. 9. 
Anderson, Rea V., Los Angeles, assignor to Rheem Manu- 
facturing Companv, Richmond, Calif. Submerged melt 
welding. 2,434.481, Jan. 13. 
Anderson, Robert E., Champaign, I1L Welding tool. 

2,441,551, May 18. 
Anderson, Robert L., Youngstown, Ohio. Weeder. 

2,436,500, Feb. 24. 
Anderson, Roy F. : See — 

Rilev, Frank O., and Anderson. 
Anderson. Roy H., Fort Dodge, Iowa. Knockdown article 

and joint therefor. 2,437,494, Mar. 9. 
Anderson & Sons, Inc., assignee: See — 

Henry, George W. 
Anderson, Stanlev E., Chicago, 111. Stamping machine. 

2,434,381, Jan. 13. 
Anderson, Theodore G., Kennett Square, Pa., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Hazeltine Research, Inc., Chicago, 
111. Diode detector circuit. 2,437,493, Mar. 9. 
Anderson, Thomas F., and H. Taber, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Paper towel or paper napkin dispensing device. 
2.434,342. Jan. 13. 
Anderson, V. D., Company, assignee : See — 

Langhurst, Louis F. 
Anderson, Walter M., Sr., Montgomery, Ala. Water saver. 

2.440.3S9. Apr. 27. 
Anderson, Wilbur G., Jr., assignor to American Box Board 
Companv, Grand Rapids, Mich. Paper board chest. 
2,439,959, Apr. 20. 
Anderson. Wilbur G.. Jr., assignor to American Box Board 
Companv. Granp Rapids, Mich. Folding paper box. 
2,443.713. June 22. 
Anderson. William B.. Detroit, Mich., and H. D. Shaw, 
Longmeadow, Mass., assignors to Westinghouse Electric 
Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Flow control appa- 
ratus. 2,442.746, June 8. 
Anderson, William S., Jr., Williamsport, Pa., assignor to 
Avco Manufacturing Corporation. Sectional type boiler. 
2,456.239, Dec. 14. 
Anderson, William W. : See — 

Monson, Louis T., Anderson, and Jenkins. 
Andersson, Sven W. E., Evansville, Ind., assignor to 
Servel, Inc., New York, N. Y. Articulated ice tray grid. 
2,438,487, Mar. 30. 
Andersson, Sven W. E., Evansville, Ind.. assignor to 
Servel, Inc., New York, N. Y. Ice tray. 2.454.95S, 
Nov. 30. 
Andreasen, Harry N., Sr., Chicago, HI. Golf tee. 

2,451,311, Oct. 12. 
Andreasson, Rudolf W., Franklin, Mich. Relieving the 
teetb of circular cutting elements. 2,434,753, Jan. 20. 
Andreoli, Mario, Providence, R. I. Ornamental flower con- 
struction. 2.451,649, Oct. 19. 
Andres, Lloyd J., assignor to Automatic Instrument Com- 
pany, Chicago, HI. Multiple clutch. 2,443.491, June 15. 
Andres Bay Trading Corporation, assignee, et al. : See — 

Naugle, John J., and Wickenden. 
Andresen, Gilbert J. C, Stow, Ohio. Signal amplitude 

limiting system. 2.453.958. Nov. 16. 
Andresen, Harold, assignee : See — 

Frazier. Orville Z. 
Andresen, John H., Jr., Port Washington, N. Y., assignor 
to Square D Company, Detroit, Mich. Two-phase motor 
control. 2,437,064. Mar. 2. 
Andress, Harry J., Jr. : See — 

Reiff, Orland M., and Andress. 
Reiff. Orland M., Hartough, and Andress. 
Andrew Corporation, assignee : See — 

Andrew, Victor J. 
Andrew, Edward F., assignee : See — 

O'Brien, William J. 
Andrew, Victor J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Andrew Corporation, Chicago, 111. Cable terminal. 
2,438,489, Mar. 30. 
Andrews, Anatol N., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to North 
American Aviation, Inc. Rivet sorting machine. 
2,446,320, Aug. 3. 



Andrews, Boley A., assignor to C. E. Hovey, trustee, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. Magnetic testing means. 2,442,393, 
June 1. 

Andrews Company, assignee : See — 
Lussardi, John P. J. 

Andrews, Douglas H., Jr., West Hartford, and D. E. Lip- 
fert, Meriden, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Ni.es- 
Bement-Pond Company, West Hartford, Conn. Throttle 
control system. 2,438,690, Mar. 30. 

Andrews, Edward D., assignee : See — 
Alderfer, Sterling W. 

Andrews. Edward P., assignee : See — 
U isrien, \\ Uliain J. 

Andrews, Edward i ., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Miller Spreader Corporation. Youngstown, Ohio. 
Adjustable truck hitch. 2,4o6,359, Dec. 14. 

Andrews, Ernest G., Baldwin, N. Y., and O. Cesareo, Wash- 
ington Township, Bergen County, N. J., assignors to 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Radio object detector training device. 2,438,888, 
Apr. 6. 

Andrews & Goodrich, Inc., assignee : See — 
Dreisel. William. 

Andrews, John L., Fairfield, HI., assignor to Hotpoint Inc. 
Push-button switch. 2,440,063, Apr. 20. 

Andrews, Joseph F., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for 
reducing noise in microphone circuits. 2,449,971, Sept. 
28. 

Andrews, P. L., Corporation, assignee : See — 
Hoffman, Louis, and Dalmen. 

Andrews, Percival W., assignee : See — 
Dewan, Leon. 

Andrews, Roy, assignee : See> — 
McDonough, William P. 

Andrews, Willard H., Los Angeles, Calif. Hand finishing 
tool. 2,435,335, Feb. 3. 

Andrews, William, Gateshead-on-Tyne, England, assignor 
to Metal and Thermit Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Welding electrodes. 2,456,609, Dec. 21. 

Andrus, Bert R., Eugene, Oreg. Saw-tooth sharpener. 
2,439,270, Apr. 6. 

Anemostat Corporation of America, assignee : See — 
Honerkamp, Friedrich, and Kurth. 
Wallen, George R. 

Angel, Charles M., and R. A. Culbertson, Huntington, 
W. Va., assignors to Nathan Manufacturing Company, 
New York, N. Y. Water gauge. 2,450,267, Sept. 28. 

Angel. Henry S. : See — 

Fuller, Everett W., and Angel. 

Angell, Fred P., Battle Creek, Mich. Door check. 
2.453,956, Nov. 16. 

Angell, Robert C, Prince Bay, N. Y., assignor to The 
S. S. White Dental Manufacturing Company. Dental 
engine handpiece. 2,448,758, Sept. 7. 

Angelas Paper Box Company, assignee : See — 
Barber, Earl. 

Angier Corporation, assignee : See — 
Forrest, Marshall W. 

Angier, Robert B., Pearl River, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to American Cyanamid Company, New York, 
N. Y. Preparing heterocyclic organic compounds. 

2.442.836, June 8. 

Angier, Robert B., Pearl River, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to American Cyanamid Company, New York, 
N. Y. Preparing heterocyclic organic compounds 

2.442.837, June 8. 

Anglo-Iranian Oil Company Limited, assignee : See — 
Docksey, Patrick. 

Fawcett, Eric W. M., Jenkins, and Habeshaw. 
Fawcett, Eric W. M., Millien, and Mulhern. 
Fawcett, Eric W. M., and Narracott. 
Partridge, William A., and Alty. 
Anheuser, Alfred, West Allis, assignor to E. A. Anheuser, 

Milwaukee, Wis. File. 2,445,753. July 27. 
Anheuser, Ernest A., assignee : See— 

Anheuser, Alfred. 
Anhorn. Victor J. : See — - 

Montgomery, Charles W., McKinley, and Anhorn. 
Anigraphic Process, Inc., assignee : See — ■ 

Tenety. Vincent J. 
Animal Trap Company of America, assignee : See — 
Cootes, Harold E.. and Graybill. 
Koch. Harold B.. and Lelm? 
Anish, Alfred W.. Johnson City, assignor to General 
Aniline & Film Corporation, New York, N. Y. Benzoxo- 
carbocyanines and preparation. 2,411,342, May 11. 
Anish^ Alfred W., Johnson City, assignor to 'General 
Aniline & Film Corporation, New York, N. Y. Chain 
substituted cyanine dyes containing a carbonyl and 
thiocarbonyl group. 2,435,865, Feb. 10. 
Anish, Alfred W., Vestal, assignor to General Aniline & 
Film Corporation, New York. N. Y. Photographic emul- 
sions containing trinuclear iminol cvanine dves. 
2,450,390, Sept. 28. 
Anish, Alfred W., Vestal, assignor to General Aniline & 
Film Corporation, New York, N. Y. Modified cvanine 
dyes. 2.453.738, Nov. 16. 
Anish, Alfred W., Vestal, and C. A. Clark, Binghamton, 
assignors to General Aniline & Film Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Preparation of 2-acetonylazoles. 2,447,456, 
Aug. 17. 
Ankenman, Earl B., Braintree, Mass., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Bus transfer system. 2,454,117, Nov. 16. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Ankney, Ezra W., Acme, Pa. Apparatus for laying roll 
roofing. 2,439,681, Apr. 13. 

Annis, Andrew J., Baltimore, Md. Toy balloon. 2,436,684, 
Feb. 24. 

Annon, Dewey L., Caldwell, Idaho. Animal poke. 
2,443,218, June 15. 

Anon, Hattie, administratrix : See — 
Anon, Jacob. 

Anon, Jacob, deceased, by H. Anon, administratrix, as- 
signor to The Goldpress Company, Inc., Bellaire, Ohio. 
Die clamping means. 2,447,995, Aug. 24. 

Ansar, Anders J., Nykoping, assignor to Svenska Aktiebola- 
get Gasaccumulator, Lidingo, near Stockholm, Sweden. 
Automatic record changer for phonographs. 2,435,264, 
Feb. 3. 

Ansbacher, Stefan : See — 

Fernholz, Erhard, and Ansbacher. 

Ansbacher, Stefan, Rockville Centre, N. Y., and E. Fern- 
holz, deceased, Princeton, N. J., by M. B. Fernholz, 
administratrix, assignors to E. R. Squibb & Sons, New 
York, N. Y. Medicinal composition for hemorrhagic 
conditions. 2,455,398, Dec. 7. 

Ansel, Harry R., Oak Park, 111. Antiskid device. 
2,441,656, May 18. 

Anselmo, Ceyl, Atlantic City, N. J. Brassiere. 2,452,345, 
Oct. 26. 

Antalek, John J., assignor to The Rauland Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Translating device. 2,440,565, Apr. 27. 

Antalek, John J., assignor to The Rauland Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Condenser. 2,448,407, Aug. 31. 

Antel, Montague J., Johannesburg, Transvaal, Union of 
South Africa. Pick and like handles. 2,433,974, Jan. 6. 

Anthony Company, assignee : See — 
Hatala, Raymond F., and Kimber. 

Anthony, David S., and W. B. Blocker, assignors to An- 
thony Tool Company, San Antonio, Tex. Toolholder 
assembly. 2,453,959, Nov. 16. 

Anthony, John C. : See — 

Tomkins, Walter M., Larkin, Anthony, Ross, and Mero. 

Anthony Tool Company, assignee : See — 
Anthony, David S., and Blocker. 

Antil, Michael, Cortland, N. Y. Collapsible container. 
2,456,479, Dec. 14. 

Antioch College, assignee, et al. : See — 
Bean, Morris. 

Antles, Leo C., Wenatchee, Wash. Method of and means 
for pollinating blossoms. 2,435,951, Feb. 17. 

Anton, Percival J. : See — 

Knaus, Nicholaus, and Anton. 

Antonoff, George, City Island, N. Y. Obtaining aluminum 
hydroxide from silicates. 2.447,388, Aug. 17. 

Antonson, John O., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Vaned tire. 
2,439,033, Apr. 6. 

Antonson, John O., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Protective cover- 
ing for preventing accumulation of ice on airfoils. 
2,440,240, Apr. 27. 

Antonson, John O., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Ice removing 
apparatus for airfoils. 2,440,533, Apr. 27. 

Antony, Charles. Jr., Rockville Centre, N. Y., assignor to 
The Sperry Corporation. Tube socket. 2,450,873, 
Oct. 12. 

Antony, Charles, Jr., Baldwin, and D. Mannheimer, Hemp- 
stead, N. Y., assignors to The Sperry Corporation. Elec- 
trical connector. 2,448,509, Sept. 7. 

Anway, Herman W., Cloquet, Minn., assignor to Weyer- 
haeuser Timber Company, Longvlew, Wash. Method of 
treating bark. 2,437,672, Mar. 16. 

Apel, John H. : See — 

Millikin, Arnold S., and Apel. 

Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The, assignee : 
See — 

Oockerill, Gerald I. 

Apex Railway Products Co., assignee : See — 
Marsh, John W. 

Apex Tool & Cutter Company, assignee : See — 

Catlin, Louis F., Sr., Rourke, and Catlin, L. F., Jr. 
Sheridan, Henry M. 

Apgar, Charles W„ and A. L. Rosenfeld, assignors to C. W. 
Apgar, A. L. Rosenfeld and F. R. Mann, trustees, Phila- 
delphia. Pa. Rotary drum drying apparatus having 
means to guide web over drum. 2,440,839, May 4. 

Apgar. John N., Bound Brook, N. J. Trailer coupler. 
2,442,914, June 8. 

Appel, Hans, Prague, Germany; vested in the Attorney 
General of the United States. Low-pressure steam heat- 
ing system for vehicles. 2,437,673, Mar. 16. 

Applebatim, Lltman, Brooklyn, N. Y. Hinge for eyepiece 
and temple for spectacles. 2,435,918, Feb. 10. 

Appleman, Joseph F., Chicago, 111. Garment hanger. 
2,452,346, Oct. 26. 

Appleton Coated Paper Company, The, assignee: See — 
Phillips, Marin. 

Appleton Electric Company, assignee: Sec — 
Totnhlom, Nils A. 

Appleton. Robert A., Inyokern, Calif., C. N. Hlckmnn, 
Jackson Heights, N. Y., and C. F. Bjork, Luke, Md.. 
assignors to the United States of America as represented 
by the Secretary of War. Igniter for rockets. 2,452,892, 
Nov. 2. 



Applied Arts Corporation, assignee : See — 
Hendricks. Cornelius. 

Aquilino, Frank, New York, N. Y. Arch steel shank. 
2,450,624, Oct. 5. 

Aram, Nathan W., assignor to Zenith Radio Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Phasing network. 2,437,496, Mar. 9. 

Arant, Perry, assignor to Clayton Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Alhambra, Calif. Antisurge steam generating 
apparatus. 2,442,281, May 25. 

Arave, Franklin M., and T. W. Nolan ; said Arave and said 
Nolan assignors of one-third to A. A. Foote, and said 
Nolan assignor of one-third to M. J. Bell, Lava Hot 
Springs, Idaho. Refuse cart. 2,438,596, Mar. 30. 

Arbee Products Company, assignee : See — 
Smith, Travis O. 

Arboll, Rolf, assignee : See — 
Fjeld, Thorbjorn. 

Arbron, Thomas J., Romeo, Mich. Mold coating method 
and apparatus. 2,456,853, Dec. 21. 

Archambault, Anthony A., Canton, Mass. Quicklv ad- 
justable clamping vise. 2,456,613, Dec. 21. 

Archangeli, Martin D. : See — 

Hoern, Joseph H., and Archangeli. 

Archbald, Joseph A., Jr., Buffalo, N. Y. Method and ap- 
paratus for quick-freezing foods. 2,437,414, Mar. 9. 

Archer, James O., Burbank and D. S. Salmi, Glendale, 
assignors to Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, Burbank, 
Calif. Tool and method for dimpling. 2,438,837, Mar. 
30. 

Archer, John M., and J. A. Pepper, Vineland, N. J. Meat 
ball forming machine. 2,442,633, June 1. 

Archer, Robert F. : See — 

Dodds, John M., Scoles, Haine, and Archer. 

Archer Rubber Company, assignee : See — 
Callahan, John T., and Gilbertson. 

Archer, Sydney : See — 

Albertson, Noel F., Archer, and Suter. 

Archer, Sydney, Albany, N. Y., assignor to Sterling Drug 
Inc., Wilmington, Del. 6-cycloalkylmethyl-2-thiouracils. 
2,444,024, June 29. 

Archer, Sydney, Albany, and N. F. Albertson, East Green- 
bush, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Winthrop- 
Stearns Inc., New York, N. Y. Preparation of leucine. 
2.445,817, July 27. 

Archibald, Francis M. : See — 

Mottern, Henry O., and Archibald. 

Archibald, Peter K. : See — 

Mongomerie, John A., Archibald, and Bradshaw. 

Archibald, Raymond C, Berkeley, assignor to Shell Devel- 
opment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Preparation of 
spheroidal catalyst. 2,435,379, Feb. 3. 

Archibald, Raymond C, Berkeley, and R. A. Trimble, El 
Cerrito, assignors to Shell Development Company, San 
Francisco, Calif. Preparing catalysts. 2,435,380, Feb. 3. 

Archibald, Raymond C, Berkeley, and B. S. Greensfelder 
and F. T. Eggertsen, Oakland, assignors to Shell De- 
velopment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Production 
of catalysts. 2,438,379, Mar. 23. 

Arco Company, The, assignee : See — - 
Foltz, Harold H. 

Arcrods Corporation, assignee : See — 
Knight. Floyd 0., and Pierce. 

Ardell, Edgar, Middletown, assignor to Standard-Knapp 
Corporation, Portland, Conn. Belt loading machine. 
2,448,072, Aug. 31. 

Arden, Thomas R., assignor to Bard-Parker Company, Inc., 
Danbury, Conn. Timer for internal-combustion engines. 
2,438,889, Apr. 6. 

Arditi, Maurice, Boulogne, Billancourt, France, assignor 
to International Standard Electric Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Electron discharge device. 2,434,895, 
Jan. 27. 

Ardito, William : See — 

Tull, Robert H, Tanner, and Ardito. 

Ardr.on, Gerald L., Seattle, Wash., assignor to Continental 
Can Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Receptacle-move- 
ment controlled filling apparatus. 2,455,723, Dec. 7. 

Ardussi, Wallace F., Lakewood, Ohio, and W. E. Walsh, 
assignors to Foote Bros. Gear and Machine Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Electric motor reducing drive unit. 
2,441,054, May 4. 

Arelt, Charles, Richmond Hill, N. Y., assignor to American 
Machine & Foundry Company. Cigarette machine feed. 
2,447,457, Aug. 17. 

Arenberg, Albert L., Highland Park, assignor to Patent 
License Corporation, Chicago, 111. Electric lighting. 
2,456,166, Dec. 14. 

Arenco Aktiebolag, assignee : See — 
Danielsson, Paul. 
Ekstrom, Gunnar, and Orstrom. 
OrstrBm, Gustaf. 
Von Segebaden. Ernst. 

Arengo-Jones, Rhys W., assignor to Thomas J. Lipton 
Limited, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Dehydrated food 
product and making the same. 2,451,312, Oct. 12. 

Arengo-Jones, Rhys W., assignor to Thomas J. Lipton 
Limited, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Dehydrated fruit 
pie filling. 2,451,313, Oct. 12. 

Arens, Charles A., assignor to Arens Controls, Inc., Chi- 
cago, 111. Transmission cable. 2,438,380, Mar. 23. 



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Arens, Charles A., assignor to Arens Controls, Inc., Chi- 
cago, 111. Control mechanism for related control of 
operated mechanisms. 2,439,356, Apr. 6. 
Arens. Charles A., assignor to Arens Controls, Inc., Chi- 
cago, 111. Apparatus for making transmission cables. 
2,444,001, June 22. 
Arens, Charles A., assignor to Arens Controls, Inc., Chi- 
cago, 111. Control unit. 2,448,696, Sept. 7. 
Arens Controls, Inc., assignee : See — 

Arens, Charles A. 
Arens, Valerian A., Portland, Mich. Combined bottle 

holder and heater. 2,445,930, July 27. 
Arenson, Simon \\\, Baltimore, Md., assignor to Doughnut 
Corporation of America, New York, N. Y. Inhibiting 
the growth of mold. 2,446,505, Aug. 3. 
Arentz, Joban R. S., Chicago, 111. Attachment plug and 

fuse. 2,437.635, Mar. 9. 
Arev, Fred C. : See — 

Hibner. De Los E., and Arey. 
Argus, Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Barstow, Carl A. 
Clapp, Roy A. 
Leeman, Frederick G. 
Meyer, Clarence H. 
Argyle, Christopher S., and S. A. Gibson, Spondon, near 
Derbv, England, assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
Celanese Corporation of America. Benzthlazole azo 
dye. 2,441,612, May 18. , , 

Argyris, Stefanos, New York, N. Y. Electric bicycle. 

2,457,430, Dec. 28. ,„„.,, 

Ariente, .Peter J., Pawtucket, and H. C. Allen, assignors 
to Savles Finishing Plants, Inc., Saylesville, R. I. Ren- 
dering textile material water repellent, and the product. 
2,455.886. Dec. 7. 
Arkay Infants Wear, Inc., assignee : See — 

Bucbkr, Ernest. 
Artell Safety Bag Company, assignee : See — 

Ulni, Frederick A. 
Arkus, Catherine, assignor to Feder Industries, Inc., New 

York, N. Y. Head ornament. 2,456,167, Dec. 14. 
Anna Corporation, assignee : See — 
Agins, George. 
Cunningham, Frederick W. 
Davenport, Charles T. 
Toner, John P. 
Armantrout, Kenneth M., Muncie, Ind., assignor to Borg- 
Warner Corporation, Chicago, 111. Transmission con- 
trol mechanism. 2,438,691, Mar. 30. 
Armatys, Edward, assignor to Interchemical Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Pyrazolone azo pigment. 
2,454,266, Nov. 23. 
Armbrust Chain Company, assignee : See — ■ 

Armbrust, Ferdinand. 
Armbrust, Ferdinand, Hoxie, R. I., assignor to Armbrust 
Chain Companv. Finishing machine for ornamental 
chains. 2,454,299, Nov. 23. 
Armbrust, Paul C, Columbus, Ohio. Toy-carrying and 

releasing device for kites. 2,446,684, Aug. 10. 
Armbruster, John W., East Rockaway, N. Y. Container 

safety lock. 2,437,674, Mar. 16. 
Armbruster, John W., East Rockaway, assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Woven sensing grids for perforated records. 

2.448.759, Sept. 7. 

Armbruster, John W., East Rockaway, assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Woven sensing grids for perforated records. 

2.448.760, Sept. 7. 

Armbruster, John W., East Rockaway, assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Circuit bearing element. 2,448,761, Sept 7. 
Armco Steel Corporation, assignee : See — 
Clarke, William C, Jr. 
Feild, Alexander L. 
Linnert, George E. 
Loveless, Donald L. 
Weitzenkorn, Lee F., and Goller. 
Armentrout, Arthur L., assignor of one-half to R. B. 
Coffman, Long Beach, Calif. Treating coffee. 2,444,217, 
June 29. 
Armistead, William H., assignor to Corning Glass Works, 
Corning, N. Y. Ophthalmic glass. Re. 23,049, Nov. 23. 
Armistead, William H., assignor to Corning Glass Works, 

Corning, N. Y. Colored glass. 2,433,882, Jan. 6. 
Armistead, William H., assignor to Corning Glass Works, 

Corning, N. Y. Ophthalmic glass. 2,433,883, Jan. 6. 
Armistead. William H., assignor to Corning Glass Works, 

Corning, N. Y. Blue glass. 2,434,139, Jan. 6. 
Armistead, William H., assignor to Corning Glass Works, 

Corning, N. Y. Optical glass. 2,435.995, Feb. 17. 
Armistead, William H., assignor to Corning Glass Works, 
Corning. N. Y. Glass having low power factor. 
2,449,099. Sept. 14. 
Armitage, Frank : See — 

Hewitt, Donald H., and Armitage. 
Armitage, Joseph. B. : See — 
Kearney, Edward J. 
Trecker, Theodore, and Armitage. 

Trecker, Theodore, Armitage, Barker, Riedel, and 
Boehmer. 



Armour and Company, assignee : See — 
Colt, Edwin W. 
Harrington, Bertie S. 
Lesparre, Jean N. 
Potts, Ralph H. 

Ralston, Anderson W., McCorkle, and Vander Wal. 
Roundy, Zola D., and Keil. 
Sifierd, Robert H. 
Speer, Paul. 

Whiting, John A., and Whitney. 
Armour Research Foundation, assignee : See — 
Camras, Marvin. 
Herbert, William S., and Francis. 
Rifenbergh, Clare M. 
Tinkham, Russell J. 
Arms, Merton H. : See — 

Day, Bernard C, and Arms. 
Arms, Merton H. and L. J. Barnard, assignors to Bryant 
Chucking Grinder Company, Springfield, Vt. Chuck. 
2,449,831, Sept. 21. 
Armstrong, Charles W., Milford, C. Sadowsky, New York, 
and L. S. Hetherington, Rockville Centre, N. Y. Auto- 
matic diaphragm control. 2,453,693, Nov. 16. 
Armstrong Coal Break Company, assignee : See — 

Armstrong, Frank H. 
Armstrong Cork Company, assignee : See — 
Bare, Martin K., and Stubblebine. 
Baymiller, John W. 
Biemesderfer, George K., Jr. 
Cornelius, Frank H. 
Eaby, Le Roy. 
Garrett, Richard A. 
Jennings. Arthur L., & Brown. 
King, Ellis G. 
Lyali, John D. 

Park, Arthur D., and Johnson. 
Powers, Paul O. 
Spencer, Virgil. 
Weber, Karl H., and Powers. 
Wilson, Gardiner C. 
Woerner. Herbert R. 
Armstrong, Daniel A., assignor to Scott-Atwater Manu- 
facturing Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Outboard 
motor support. 2,441,000, May 4. 
Armstrong, Jillzabeth J., assignor to Bell Telephone Lab- 
oratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Method of 
and apapratus for examining quartz. 2,442,752, June 8. 
Armstrong, Frank H., Chicago, 111., assignor to Armstrong 
Coal Break Company. Blasting cartridge. 2,435,116, 
Jan. 27. 
Armstrong, Fullerton G. G., Molescroft, Beverley, England. 

Valve arrangement. 2,451,707, Oct. 19. 
Armstrong, George C, Forest Hills, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Elec- 
tric circuit for electromagnets. 2,441,984, May 25. 
Armstrong, George J., Farnborough, England. Fuel sup- 
ply system for internal-combustion engines. 2,440,241, 
Apr. 27. 
Armstrong, George J., Farnborough, England. Fuel sup- 
ply system for internal-combustion engines. 2,440,566, 
Apr. 27. 
Armstrong, George J., B. Naylor, and J. E. P. Dunning, 
Farnborough, England. Fuel supply system for internal- 
combustion engines. 2,440,567, Apr. 27. 
Armstrong, James A., Downey, Calif. Method for sepa- 
rating worm-damaged nuts from sound nuts by immer- 
sion in a gravity liquid. 2,451,528, Oct. 19. 
Armstrong, James, & Company, assignee : See — 
Feasey, Charles E. 
Newberry, Stanley. 
Armstrong, Jurl C, Grand Rapids, assignor to Universal 
Metal Products Company, Saranac, Mich. Plunger- 
supporting plug for sprayers. 2,444,015, June 22. 
Armstrong, Robert S., Leonia, N. J. Tube cutting device. 

2,446,734, Aug. 10. 
Armstrong, Robert T., Johnson City, Tenn., assignor to 
United States Rubb«r Company, New York, N. Y. Prep- 
aration of dialkenyl sulfides. 2,446,072, July 27. 
Armstrong Siddeley Motors Limited, assignee : See — 
Heppner, Fritz A. M. 
Lindsey, William H., and Allen. 
Armstrong, Weslev G, Yardville, N. J. Water fountain 

for poultry. 2,455,211, Nov. 30. 
Arnall, Paul E., assignee : See — 

Hayslip, Homer C. 
Arnemo, Helge, assignor to Allmanna Svenska Elektriska 
Aktiebolaget, Vasteras, Sweden. Rotor for asynchro- 
nous machines. 2,436,414, Feb. 24. 
Arnesen, Walter A., and B. Hertweck, Flushing, and S. W. 
Doty, Baldwin, assignors to National Electric Instru- 
ment Company, Inc., Elmhurst, Long Island, N. Y. 
Dental and surgical hammer. 2,437,014, Mar. 2. 
Arnhym, Albert A., Los Angeles, assignor to Solar Air- 
craft Company, San Diego, Calif. Fluid fuel combus- 
tion device. 2,445,466, July 20. 
Arno, Anthony P., U. S. Navy. Discharge nozzle. 

2,449,541, Sept. 21. 
Arnold, David C, O. T. Strand, Jr., and R. V. Lewis, 
Schenectady, N. Y., assignors to General Electric Com- 
pany. Piezoelectric crystal apparatus. 2,440,064, Apr. 
20. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Arnold, Edwin, Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Western Elec- 
tric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Elec- 
trical testing apparatus. 2,436,415, Feb. 24. 

Arnold, Edwin E., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Turbine 
apparatus. 2,447,482, Aug. 24. 

Arnold, Prank B., New York, N. Y. Packaging. 2,452,174, 
Oct. 26. , ;,. . 

Arnold, George B., Coral Gables, and T. B. Tyler, Miami 
Beach, Fla. Transport and shipping dolly. 2,446,518, 
Aug. 10. 

Arnold, Gordon H., Flint, Mich. Stall indicating warn- 
ing signal for airplanes. 2,454,587, Nov. 23. 

Arnold, Harold W., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Acrylonitrile process. 
2,456,360, Dec. 14. 

Arnold, Herrick R., New Castle County, assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Tungsten-molybdenum trioxide catalyst. 2,439,880, Apr. 
20. 

Arnold, James C, assignor to Lane-Wells Company, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Molding diaphragms. 2,444,394, June 
29 

Arnold, James L., Oakland, Calif. Painter's easel attach- 
ment for ladders. 2,453,355, Nov. 9. 

Arnold, Orlan M., Troy, N. Y. Illuminated display device. 
2,448,244, Aug. 31. 

Arnold, Ralph J. : See — 

Crehan, William J., and Arnold. 

Arnold, Ralph J., Western Springs, 111., and W. D. Mac- 
Donald, Santa Monica, and R. D. Collins, Beverly Hills, 
Calif., assignors, by mesne assignments, of one-half to 
Kellogg Switchboard and Supply Company, Chicago, 111., 
and one-half to R. D. Collins, Beverly Hills, Calif. Ap- 
paratus for producing elastic coils with connecting tails. 
2,452,435, Oct. 26. 

Arnoldi, Walter E. : See — 

Kearns, Charles M., Jr.. and Arnoldi. 

Arnolt Corporation, assignee : See — 

Larson, Raymond T. < „„*„„ 

Arnot, Alfred R. E., assignor to Rotax Limited, London, 
England. Electrical potentiometer. 2,442,228, May 25. 

Arnott, Edward G. F. : See— 

Sullivan, Harold J., and Arnott. . 

Arnott, Edward G. F., Upper Montclair, N. J., assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Mercury pool electronic device. 2,438,139, Mar. 
23 

Arnott, Edward G. F., Upper Montclair C.M. Slack, Glen 
Ridge, and C. E. Dawley, Bloomfield, N. J., assignors to 
Westinghouse Electric Corporation East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
High-pressure modulator tube. 2,456,854, Dec. 21. 

Arnott, Edward G. F„ Upper Montclair and 1 C. E. Dawley, 
Bloomfield, N. J., assignors to Westinghouse Electric 
Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Unitary multiple 
spark-gap device. 2,456,855, Dec. 21. 

Arntzen Edward F., Rockford, 111. Lamp support and 
switch. 2,453,694, Nov. 16. 

Aro Equipment Corporation, The, assignee : See — 
Ginter, Charles W. 
Marette, Ralph T., and Richards. 
Snyder, Russell D. 

Arone, Nicholas F. : See — . 

Linde, Leonard J., Arone, and Spiro. 

Arone, Nicholas F., Upper Darby, and E. W. Boehne, Drcxel 
Hill, Pa., assignors to General Electric Company. 
Electric arc extinguishing apparatus. 2,443,017, June 8. 

Aronovsky, Samuel I. : See — 

Lathrnp, Elbprt C, and Aronovsky. 

Aronson, Charles N., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Drive for auto- 
mobiles and the like. 2,448,345, Aug. 31. 

Aronson, David. Greensburg, assignor to Elliott Company, 
Jeannette, Pa. Refrigerating apparatus. 2,452,711, 
Nov 2 

Aronson,' Peter R.. Pelham, N. Y., assignor to Union Car- 
bide and Carbon Corporation. Blowpipe nozzle. 
2,444,487, July 6. 

Arp, Clans, San Francisco, Calif. Collapsible tube holder. 
2,457,024, Dec. 21. 

Ariiin, Edmund P., Jr., Ncenah, Wis. Rotary refiner. 
2,451,708, Oct. 19. 

Arpln, John W., Verona, N. J. Packing assembly for water 
pistols. 2,435.527, Fob. 3. 

Arps, Bruno F., Now Holstein, Wis. Material engaging 
and moving attachment for tractors. 2,443,883, June 22. 

Arps Bruno F., New Holstein, Wis. Scoop attachment 
for trnolors. 2,443,884, June 22. 

Arrlglil, Enrico, San Francisco, Calif. Side rod attach- 
ment for trucks. 2,446,800, Aug. 10. 

Arrington, Conrad J.. Winnsboro, S. C, assignor to United 
Stales Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Knot or slub 
catcher. 2,434,091, Jan. 0. 

Arrlson, John C, Hartford, Conn. Universal hubcap for 
automobiles. 2,443,700, June 22. 

Arrow-llart liegeman Electric Company, The, assignee : 
See — 

Bentley, Bobert H. 
Dietrich, Walter L. 
Gates, Frederic P. 
Johnson, David W. 
Schleicher, Harold E. 



Arrowsmith, John B., assignor to Accles & Shelvoke Lim- 
ited, Aston, Birmingham, England. Pivoted breech 
block pistol with a 3-pronged biasing spring. 2,447,891, 
Aug. 24. 

Arsneau, George, Dallas, Tex. Two-wheeled type log- and 
tree-cutting power saw. 2,435,192, Feb. 3. 

Art Metal Construction Company, assignee : See — 
Johnson, John A. 
Wells, Roy E. 

Arter Grinder Machine Company, assignee : See — 
Thompson, John G. 

Arter, Roy C, Galion, Ohio. Cartridge loading. 2,440,568, 
Apr. 27. 

Arthur, Harry J., Chicago, and H. S. McCrory, Berwyn, 
111., assignors to Western Electric Company, Incorpo- 
rated, New York, N. Y. Injection molding apparatus. 
2,448,947, Sept. 7. 

Arthur, James L., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Ignition distrib- 
utor. 2,444,325, June 29. 

Artzt, Maurice, Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Resistance-capacitance oscil- 
lator. 2,444.084, June 29. 

Artzt, Maurice, Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Wave generating system. 
2,454,367, Nov. 23. 

Artzt, William W., New Rochelle, N. Y., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Lisle Mills, Inc., Allentown, Pa. 
Garment. 2.437,988, Mar. 16. 

Artzt, William W., New Rochelle, N. Y., and E. Lesavoy, 
assignors to Lisle Mills, Inc., Allentown, Pa. Garment 
and making the same. 2,437,989, Mar. 16. 

Arundale, Erving : See — 

Mikeska, Louis A., and Erving. 

Arundale, Erving, Colonia, N. J., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Emulsion polymerization 
process. 2,434,536, Jan. 13. 

Arundale, Erving, Westfield, N. J., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Creaming .of synthetic rub- 
ber latlces. 2,444,801, July 6. 

Arveson, Maurice H., Flossmoor, assignor to Standard Oil 
Company, Chicago, 111. Cracking hydrocarbon gases in 
the presence of finely divided coke. 2,443,714, June 22. 

Arvey Corporation, assignee : See — 
Johnson, Arnold E. 
Roach, Earl M. 

Arvidsson, Algot, Ludvika, assignor to Allmanna Svenska 
Elektriska Aktiebolaget, Vasteras, Sweden. Charging 
storage batteries. 2,453,960, Nov. 16. 

Arvin, James A., Homewood, and W. B. Gitchel, Chicago, 
111., assignors to The Sherwin-Williams Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Styrene-oil soluble natural resin-dry- 
ing oil interpolymer. 2,457,768, Dec. 28. 

Arvin, James A., Homewood, and W. B. Gitchel, Chicago, 
111., assignors to The Sherwin-Williams Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Resinous esters of polyhydric alcohols 
with polymers of styrene and resin acids and prepara- 
tion thereof. 2,457,769, Dec. 28. 

Arvin, Marion J., and R. L. Brady, assignors to P. R. 
Mallory & Co., Inc., Indianapolis, Ind. Variable resist- 
ance device. 2.443,018, June 8. 

Asbury, Charles T., Abington, Pa. Bearing lubricator. 
2.439,709, Apr. 13. 

Aschemeier, Bradlev F., Plant Citv, Fla. Tooth paste 
and brush case. 2.444,488. July 6. 

Aschenback, Cyril G., et al., assignee : See — 
Lord, Francis L. 

Aschner, Thomas C. : See — 

Bitler, William P., Aschner, and Nicholl. 

Ascoll, Enzo, Sainte-Croix, Switzerland, assignor to 
Palllard S. A. (Paillard A. G., Paillard Limited). Tem- 
porizing or delay device. 2,447,151, Aug. 17. 

Ash, Arthur B. r .R. E. Carlson, and N. Koslin, Wyandotte, 
and T. H. Vaughn, Grosse lie, assignors fo Wyandotte 
Chemicals Corporation, Wyandotte, Mich. Production 
of allyl alcohol. 2,441,540, May 11. 

Ash, Charles S., Milford, Mich. Wheel. 2,439,881, Apr. 
20. 

Ash, Jacob R. : See — 

Stephan, John T., Jarvi, and Ash. 

Ashaway Line & Twine Mfg. Co., assignee : See — 
Crandall, Julian T. 

Ashbaugh, Bernard D., Mount Gilead, Ohio, assignor to 
H-P-M Development Corporation, Wilmington, Del. 
Valve arrangement for halting reversible rams to pre- 
vent over-stroking thereof. 2,436,986, Mar. 2. 

Ashbaugh, Bernard D., Mount Gilead. Ohio, assignor to 
H-P-M Development Corporation, Wilmington, Del. In- 
jection machine. 2,453,058, Nov. 2. 

Ashbaugh, Clair F., Portland, Oreg. Curtain stretcher. 
2,455,640, Dec. 7. 

Ashburn, Harry V. : See — 

Bergmann, Eric A., Ashburn, and Bckert. 
Puryear, Oney P., and Ashburn. 

Ashburn, Harry V., Glenham, and O. P. Puryear, Fishkill, 
assignors to The Texas Company, New York, N. Y. 
Texture-stable lithium base grease. 2,450,219, Sept. 28. 

Ashburn, Harry V., Glenham, and O. P. Puryear, Fishkill, 
assignors to The Texas Company, New York, N. Y. 
Texture-stable lithium base grease. 2,450,220, Sept. 28. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Ashburn, Harry V., Glenham, E. S. Barnett. Beacon, and 
O. P. Puryear, Fishkill, assignors to The Texas Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Shear - resistant grease. 

2.450.221, Sept. 28. 

Ashburn, Harry V., Glenham, K. S. Barnett, Beacon, and 
O. P. Puryear, Fishkill, assignors to The Texas Com- 
panv, New York, N. Y. Shear - resistant grease. 

2.450.222, Sept. 28. 

Ashby, Guy S. M., assignee : See — 

Higginson, George S. 
Ashdown, KoDert F. : see — 

Ballerion, Richard E., and Ashdown. 
Ashe, Edward J., Knoxville, and O. E. Webber, Fountain 
City, assignors to Standard Knitting Mills, Inc., Knox- 
ville, Tenn. Undergarment. 2,438,310, Mar. 23. 
Asher, William J., Colorado Springs, Colo. Vibratory 

conveyor means for ironers. 2,433,975, Jan. 6. 
Ashford, James L., London, England, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to International Standard Electric Corpo- 
ration, New York, N. Y. Electric switch. 2,457,115, 
Dec. 28. 
Ashford, James L., and W. A. Billings, London, England, 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to International Stand- 
ard Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. Welding 
control system. 2,438,490, Mar. 30. 
Ashman, Albert M.. Seal Beach, Calif. Flask retainer. 

2,442,885, June 8. 
Ashman, Claire, Woodside, Long Island, N. Y. Bath mit. 

2.445,987. July 27. 
Ashton, Albert A., Houston, Tex., assignor to Emsco Der- 
rick & Equipment Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Coun- 
terbalance. 2,441,255, May 11. 
Ashton, Benjamin N., assignor to Electrol Incorporated, 
Kingston, N. Y. Piston type accumulator. 2,440,065, 
Apr. 20. 
Ashton. Benjamin N., assignor to Electrol Incorporated, 
Kingston, N. Y. Servomotor with piston operated lock- 
ing means. 2,442,577, June 1. 
Ashton, Benjamin N., assignor to Electrol Incorporated, 
Kingston, N. Y. Hydraulic power pack nnit. 2,444,550, 
July 6. , 

Ashton, Benjamin N., assignor to Electrol Incorporated, 

Kingston, N. Y. Valve. 2,445,505, July 20. 
Ashton, Benjamin N., Kingston, and N. Kling, Great Neck, 
assignors to Electrol Incorporated, Kingston, N. Y. 
Piston locking means for fluid actuated jacks. 2,434,828, 
Jan. 20. 
Ashton, Charles E., Stockton, Calif. Water shutoff for oil 

wells. 2,448,205, Aug. 31. 
Ashton, Everett H. : See — 

Rinne, John, and Ashton. 
Ashton, Howard W., Havertown, Pa., assignor to O. W. 
Storey, as trustee for the partnership of O. W. Storey 
& Associates, Chicago, 111. Electrical apparatus. 
2,454,497, Nov. 23. 
Ashton, Howard W., South Ardmore, Pa., assignor to O. 
W. Storey & Associates, Chicago, HI. Transducer. 
2,454,496, Nov. 23. 
Ashton, Roy S., Brooklyn, N. Y. Extensible safety sus- 
penders. 2,452,538, Nov. 2. 
Ashworth Bros. Inc., assignee : See — 

Hale. Frederick W. 
Ashworth, Fred, Wenham, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Work guid- 
ing means for shoe sewing machines. 2,435,193, Feb. 3. 
Ashworth, Fred, Wenham, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Thread fin- 
ger for shoe sewing machines. 2,438,491, Mar. 30. 
Ashworth, Fred, Wenham, Mass.. assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Shoe ma- 
chine. 2,438,986, Apr. 6. 
Ashworth, Fred, Wenham, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Sewing ma- 
chine. 2,446,569, Aug. 10. 
Ashworth, Fred, Wenham, and C. W. Carter. Topsfield, 
Mass., assignors to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, 
Flemington, N. J. Rocket launcher. 2,450,929, Oct. 12. 
Ashworth, Handel : See — - 

Doblin, Percy W., and Ashworth. 
Asiatic Petroleum Company, Limited, The, assignee : See — 
Lubbock, Isaac. 
Lubbock. Isaac, and Poole. 
Askania Regulator Company, assignee : See — 
Glass. Paul. 

Gundersen, Daniel T., and Glass. 
Aske. Irving E., Muskegon. Mich. Casting apparatus for 

vibrating molds. 2.439.443. Apr. 13. 
Aske. Leonard E., Minneapolis. Minn., assignor to Gen- 
eral Mills, Inc. Rotor for axial pole induction motors. 
2.449,924. Sept. 21. 
Aske, Leonard E., Minneapolis. Minn., assignor to Gen- 
eral Mills, Inc. Disk type rotor for axial pole induction 
motors. 2,449,925, Sept. 21. 
Askeris, Bert : See — 

Sipsma, Stewart, and Askeris. 
Askers, William N. : See — 

MacDonald, Harry F., and Askers. 
Askey, John S., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Dynamo- 
electric machine. 2,437,990, Mar. 16. 
Asling, Jasper H., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Avco Manufacturing Corporation, De- 
troit, Mich. Control device for cathode-ray focusing 
coils. 2,443,973, June 22. 



Aspelin, Leslie L., assignor to Romec Pump Company, 

Elyria, Ohio. Valve. 2.436,242, Feb. 17. 
Aspenwall, Carl S., Chicago, 111., assignor to The Eagle 
Lock Company, Terryville, Conn. Door closer. 2,442,450, 
June 1. 
Aspey, Wayne S. : See — 

Wallace, James M., Rawlins, Cumming, and Aspey. 
Assendrup, Bernard J., Seattle, Wash. Toy merry-go- 
round. 2,444,906, July 13. 
Associated Chemical Company of Canada Limited, as- 
signee : See — 

Rogers, Linnaeus J. 
Associated Development and Research Corporation, as- 
signee : See — 

Wallach, Irving D. 
Wallach, Robert S. 
Associated Patentees, Inc., assignee : See — 
Koch, Frederick. 
Powers, Walter P. 
Associated Products, Luc, assignee : See — 

Pierson. Charles A. 
Associated Screen News Limited, assignee : See — 

Metzger, Maurice T. 
Astatic Corporation, The, assignee : See — 

Chorpening, Creed M. 
Astin, James S., assignor to Westinghouse Electric Cor- 
poration, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Line fault indicating 
system. 2,447,625, Aug. 24. 
Aston, Royden N., Niagara Falls, assignor to The Mathie- 
son Alkali Works, Inc., New York, N. Y. Production of 
chlorine dioxide. 2,436,134, Feb. 17. 
Astra Bent Wood Furniture Co., assignee : See — 

Hirsch, Frederic. 
Atchison, Leonard W., Erie, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Selecting valve for two-temperature 
refrigerating systems. 2,440,534, Apr. 27. 
Atchison, Leonard W., Erie, Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Two-temperature refrigerating svstem. 
2,454,537, Nov. 23. 
Atcmson. Leonard W., Erie, Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Two-temperature refrigerating svstem. 
2.455.850. Doc. 7. 
Ateliers de Construction Electriques de Charleroi, as- 
signee : See — 
Mees, Herman. 

Ateliers Neyret-Beylier & Piccard-Pictet Societe Anonyme, 
assignee : See— 
Danel, Pierre F. 

Athanassiades, John E., Teheran, Iran. Multiple filament 
electric lamp. 2,445,656. July 20. 

Athans, Francis P.. Fort Worth, Tex. Expansible fish- 
hook. 2.449,045, Sept. 14. 

Athey, Ralph S., Tarentum. assignor to Baby Haven 
Manufacturing Company, Brackenridge. Pa. Combina- 
tion table and chair. 2.454.118. Nov. 16. 

Athey, Robert T., Armona, Calif. Hobbyhorse. 2,434,783, 
Jan. 20. 

Athy, Lawrence F., assignor to Continental Oil Company, 
Ponca City, Okla. Making geophysical explorations. 
2,452,515, Oct. 26. 

Atkin, Kenneth C, Toledo, Ohio. Pistol grip motor casing. 
2,451,650. Oct. 19. 

Atkins, Carl E., Elgin, assignor to Sun-Kraft. Inc., Chi- 
cago, 111. Ultraviolet ray generator. 2,439,787, Apr. 
20. 

Atkins, Carl E., Elgin, assignor to Sun-Kraft, Inc., Chicago, 
111. Circuit for miniature lamps. 2,447,304, Aug. 17. 

Atkins, Carl E., Evanston, 111., assignor to Tung-Sol Lamp 
Works, Inc., Newark, N. J. Balanced modulator circuit. 
2,441,127. May 11. 

Atkins, Cedric D. : See — 

MacDowell, Louis G, Moore, and Atkins. 

Atkins, George E., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Sig- 
naling system. Re. 23,057, Dec. 14. 

Atkins, "Glenn M. : See — 

Matthews, Irving C, and Atkins. 

Atkins, Samuel L., New York, N. Y. Line securing device. 
2,452,175. Oct. 26. 

Atkinson. Allen S., Haddonfield, N. J. Method and appa- 
ratus for optimum economy operation of internal-com- 
bustion engines. 2,439,788, Apr. 20. 

Atkinson, Allen S., Haddonfield, N. J. Fuel metering 
apparatus for supercharged internal-combustion en- 
gines. 2.441,948, May 25. 

Atkinson. Earl B., Bay Village, Ohio. Switch box sup- 
port. 2,454,119, Nov. 16. 

Atkinson, Linwood, Hillman, Mich. Self-aligning swing- 
ing drawbar. 2,451,054, Oct. 12. 

Atkinson. Orda Q., Lake Worth, Fla. Combination ciga- 
rette and match case. 2,447,787, Aug. 24. 

Atkinson, Paul S., New York. N. Y. Combination contact 
printer and enlarger. 2.454.422. Nov. 23. 

Atkinson, Ralph L. : See— 

Staunton, LeRoy W., and Atkinson. 

Atkinson. Ralph W., Westfield, N. J., assignor to General 
Cable Corporation. New York, N. Y. Insulated electrical 
cable. 2,443.974. June 22. 

Atlantic Carton Corporation, assignee : See — 
Whitehead, Earl B. 

Atlantic Pipe Line Company, assignee : See — 
Wood, Joseph H, Jr. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Atlantic Refining Company, The, assignee : See — 
Ciapetta, Frank G. 
Gzeinski, Felix C. 
Ferris, Seymour W. 

Ferris, Seymour W., Lamson, and Smith. 

Griesinger, William K. 

Heiligmann, Randall G. 

Krug, Robert C. 

Lawhorne, William M. 

Macuga, Stephen J., Ciapetta, and Heiligmann. 

McCormick, Darwin M. 

McGrogan, John F. 

Myers, William A., and Hall. 

Naehod, Frederick C. 

Turner, William R. 

Van Hartesveldt, Carroll H. 

AVoodcock, Charles H. 
Atlas Consolidated Corporation : See — 

Turkat, Meyer. 
Atlas Imperial Diesel Engine Co., assignee : See — 

Laxo, Ed. 
Atlas Powder Company, assignee : See — 

Brown, Kenneth R. 

Carey, Claude H. 

Cohan, Alvin M. 

Goepp, Rudolph M., Jr. 

Hales, Ralph A. 

Jefferson, George D. 

McFarland, David M. 

Reager, William F. 
Atlas Supply Company, assignee: See — 

Folk. Irvin W. 
Atlee, Zed J., Elmhurst, assignor to General Electric X- 
Ray Corporation, Chicago, 111. Thermionic emitting de- 
vice. 2,445,257, July 13. 
Atlee, Zed J., Elmhurst, assignor to General Electric X- 
Ray Corporation, Chicago, 111. Electron emitter. 
2,452,626, Nov. 2. 
Atlee, Zed J., Elmhurst, assignor to General X-Ray Cor- 
poration, Chicago, 111. Grid construction. 2,457,626, 
Dec. 28. 
Atomic Energy Commission, United States of America, as 
represented by the, assignee : See! — 

Crampton, George S. 

Lindsay, William S. 

McCombie, Horace R., and Wilder. 

Parker, Herbert M. 

Weller, Barton L. 

Williams, John W., and Bevilacqua. 
Attapulgus Clay Company, assignee : See — 

Delaplace, Albert. 

Haubroe, Werner C. L. 

Heinemann, Heinz, and Krieger. 

Herkert, Louis. 

La Lande, William A., Jr. 

Laughlin, Carl D., and Gwyn. 

Marchand, Jean J. M. L. 

Voit, Willy. 

Wiinsch, Guido, Weinkauff, Sadowski, and Kobischke. 
Atteslander, Edouard, assignor to Sulzer Fre'res, Socie'te' 
Anonyme, Winterthur, Switzerland. Device for adjust- 
ing the blades of ship's propellers. 2,456,361, Dec. 14. 
Attorney General of the United States, assignee : See — 

Aas, Bjaine. 

Appel, Hans. 

Bakonyi, Stefan. 

Bardin, Georges. 

Bechereau, Louis. 

Bergier, Jacques, Eskenazi, and Helbronner. 

Bricout, Pierre. 
Carrier, Marcel. 

Chanal, Lucien. 

Crespi, Silvio B. 

Dallenbach, Walter. 

Diterichs, Wladimir. 

Dohrn. Max, and Laubereau. 

Elle, Maurice, Gutton, Hugon, and Ponte. 

Ferretti, Antonio. 

F51di, Zoltftn, Gerecs, Demjgn, and Konlg. 

Gouy, L€on. 

Gravina, Michel, and Hawadier. 

Grunfeld, Maximilien. 

Heitz-Boyer, Maurice G. 

Hintze, Gustav. 

Hopff, Heinrich, and Rapp. 

La Lande, William A„ Jr. 

Lnutenschlager, Carl L., and Lindner. 

Lejeune, Leon S. M. 

Mayer, Ernest. 

Miquet, Paul L. J., and Perron. 

Molly, Hans. 

Muller, Jacques. 

Perreau, Armand R. E. A. 

Raemussen, christian O. 

Rinla, Horre. 

Roelen, Otto, and Felsst. 

Salomon, Francois M. M. B. 

Schlumberger, Marcel. 

Sluyter, Nicolaas. 

Tnuty, Kene\ 

Waseige, Charles R. 

Wechsborg, Rnoul. 

Wolff, Hanns-Heinz. 

Wolff, Julius. 



Attridge, Richard F., Revere, Mass. Tube-bending man- 
drel. 2,444,907, July 13. 

Attschuler, William H., Chicago, 111., assignor to The 
Superheater Company, New York, N. Y. Removable 
clean-out closure. 2,440,766, May 4. 

Atwell, Clarence A., Pittsburgh, and E. O. Mueller, Irwin, 
assignors to Westinghouse Electric Corporation, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Dual generator ventilation. 2,454,120, 
Nov. 16. 

Atwell, Harold V., Beacon, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Texas Company, New York, N. Y. Effect- 
ing catalytic conversions. 2,438,029, Mar. 16. 

Atwell, Harold V., Beacon, assignor to The Texas Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Effecting catalytic conversions. 
2,443,673, June 22. 

Atwell, Harold V., Beacon, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Texas Company, New York, N. Y. Produc- 
tion of synthesis gas. 2,448,290, Aug. 31. 

Atwell, Harold V., Beacon, assignor to The Texas Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Producing hydrocarbon and 
the like. 2,452,712, Nov. 2. 

Atwood, Charles E., assignor to Acme Visible Records, 
Inc., Chicago, 111. Visible index signal means. 
2,449,576, Sept. 21. 

Atwood, Edwin H. : See — 

Payne, John W., Valas, Atwood, and Bergstrom. 

Atwood, Horace, Jr., Belleville, assignor to Allen B. Du 
Mont Laboratories, Inc., Passaic, N. J. Radio dial 
scales projector. 2,435,564, Feb. 10. 

Atwood, Horace, Jr., Belleville, assignor to Allen B. Du 
Mont Laboratories, Inc., Passaic, N. J. Television re- 
ceiver antenna. 2,440,597, Apr. 27. 

Atwood Vacuum Machine Company, The : See — 
Johnson, George H. 
Schofield, Earl L., and Lustig. 
Tierney, William J., Harmon, and Villemure. 

Atwood, Wilmerth R., Odessa, Tex. Gun perforator. 
2,439,643, Apr. 13. 

Auberman, Peter, Caldwell, Idaho. Receptacle filling ap- 
paratus. 2,440,354, Apr. 27. 

Aubert, Fred B., Grosse Pointe, and De L. E. Scott, De- 
troit, Mich., said Scott assignor to said Aubert. High- 
frequency spark igniter burners. 2,444,239, June 29. 

Aubrey, William M., assignor to The Yale & Towne Manu- 
facturing Company, Stamford, Conn. Froth level con- 
trolling device. 2,451,144, Oct. 12. 

Auburn, Basil J., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Control sys- 
tem for reel motors. 2,451,901, Oct. 19. 

Auby, Andre\ Puteaux, assignor to Soci6t6 a ResponsabililS 
Limited Etablissements Bertrand Faure, Puteaux 
(Seine), France. Resilient mattress for seats, cushions, 
or other applications. 2,434,382, Jan. 13. 

Auchter, Richard J. : See — 

Craig, Kenneth A., and Auchter. 

Auda, Valentine, executor : See — 
Ravella, Jean A. 

Audette, Benjamin J., assignee : See — 
Stunkel, Werner W. 

Audier, Mark, assignor to Cutler-Hammer, Inc., Milwaukee, 
Wis. Timing system. 2,442,578, June 1. 

Auer, Frederick, Teaneck, assignor to Champlain Com- 
pany, Inc., Bloomfield, N. J. Chase die assembly 
2,456.240, Dec. 14. 

Auer, John, East Norwalk, Conn. Attachable light foi 
sewing machines. 2,447,833, Aug. 24. 

Auer, Laszlo, South Orange, N. J. Aqueous dispersions of 
vulcanized fatty oils. 2,433,831. Jan. 6. 

Auer, Laszlo, South Orange, N. J. Resin treatment. 
2,433,832, Jan. 6. 

Auer, Laszlo, South Orange, N. J. Flatting agent and 
making same. 2,433,833, Jan. 6. 

Auer, Laszlo, South Orange, assignor to Ridbo Labora- 
tories, Inc., Paterson, N. J. Process for making rubber 
extenders. 2,437,925, Mar. 16. 

Auer, Laszlo, South Orange, N. J. Esterified rosin modi- 
fied with organic acids and making same. 2,440,242, 
Apr. 27. 

Auer, William F., Menasha, Wis. Ventilated toilet. 
2,452,282, Oct. 26. 

Auerbach, Maurice J., Cleveland Heights, assignor to- 
Standard Vendors, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Coin-con- 
trolled device. 2,453,398, Nov. 9. 

Auger, Claude H., Saugus, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Gas turbine. 2,442,579, June 1. 

Ault, Waldo C. : See— 

Swern, Daniel, and Ault. 

Ault, Waldo C, Philadelphia, and B. B. Schaeffer, Upper 
Darby, Pa., assignors to the United States of America as 
represented by the Secretary of Agriculture. Rubber- 
like product and preparation. 2,452,092, Oct. 26. 

Aurilio, Joseph M., Fairfield, and J. H. Schecter, assignor 
to McNeil Bros. Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Horizontal liq- 
uid current separator. 2,453,293, Nov. 9. 

Auskelis, John V.. Dorchester, and J. H. Martino, Mat- 
tapan, Mass. Clothes hanger for vehicles. 2,454,368, 
Nov. 23. 

Ausland, Lewellyn L. : See — 

McLimanB, John F., and Ausland. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Aust, Robert J., assignor to P. R. Mallory & Co., Inc., 
Indianapolis, Ind. High-frequency vibrator. 2,445,382, 
July 20. 
Aust, Robert J., assignor to P. R. Mallory & Co., Inc., In- 
dianapolis, Ind. Driver contact vibrator. 2,447,046. 
Aug, 17. 

Aust, Robert J., assignor to P. R. Mallorv & Co., Inc., 
Indianapolis, Ind. Vibrator. 2,447,047, Aug. 17. 

Aust, Robert J., assignor to P. R. Mallory & Co., Inc., In- 
dianapolis, Ind. Vibrator power supply. 2,453,612, 
Nov. 9. 

Aust, Robert J., and C. Huetten, assignors to P. R. Mallory 
& Co., Inc., Indianapolis, Ind. Support for vibratory 
motors. 2,443.019, June 8. 

Austen, Walter E., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Cli- 
nometer. 2,449,870, Sept. 21. 

Austenal Laboratories, Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Feagin, Roy C. 
Feagin, Roy C, and Zahn. 

Austin, Albert B., Mineapolis, Minn. Air-beating device 
for fireplaces. 2,439,503, Apr. 13. 

Austin, Bascom O. : See — 

Killian, Orvel G., and Austin. 

Austin, Bascum O., and O. C. Walley, Lima, Ohio, as- 
signors to Westinghouse Electric Corporation, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Starting gas turbines. 2,443,648, 
June 22. 

Austin Company, The, assignee : See — 

Gannett, Joseph K., Smith, Jr.. and Saveland. 

Austin, Dwight E., assignor to Twin Coach Company, 
Kent, Ohio. Steerable dual wheel mounting on a ve- 
hicle axle. 2,444,025, June 29. 

Austin, Dwight E., Kent, assignor to Samuel Moore & 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Stanchion connection. 
2,456,480, Dec. 14. 

Austin, Ellsworth W., assignor to La Plant-Choate Manu- 
facturing Co., Inc., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Earth-mover 
blade with vibrating attachment. 2,443,492, June 15. 

Austin, Ellsworth W., assignor to La Plant-Choate Manu- 
facturing Co., Inc., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Selective hy- 
draulic control structure. 2,449,269, Sept. 14. 

Austin, Frank, Long Beach, Calif. Sucker rod backoff 
wheel. 2,450,103, Sept. 28. 

Austin, Leslie W., San Jose, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Permanente Metals Corporation, Oakland, 
Calif. Refractories. 2.434.451, Jan. 13. 

Austin Motor Company Limited, The, assignee : See — 
Haefeli, Julius C. 

Austin, Paul R., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Preparation of highly 
halogenated fluoroalkanes. 2,449,360, Sept. 14. 

Austin, Robert R., Inglewood, Calif. Hair drier. 2,453,179, 
Nov. 9. 

Austin. Seneca B., Balboa, C. Z. Breathing shoe. 
2,437,065, Mar. 2. 

Auten, Claude I., assignor to Tennessee Coal, Iron and 
Railroad Company, Birmingham, Ala. Combination 
plastic and metal building construction. 2,438,140, 
Mar. 23. 

Auten, Claude I., assignor to Tennessee Coal, Iron and 
Railroad Company, Birmingham, Ala. Prefabricated 
metal house construction. 2,439,960, Apr. 20. 

Auten, Jay C, Royal Oak, assignor to Chrysler Corpora- 
tion, Highland Park, Mich. Transmission control 
mechanism. 2,436,186, Feb. 17. 

Auten, Jay C, Royal Oak, assignor to Chrysler Corpora- 
tion, Highland Park, Mich. Transmission control mech- 
anism. 2,440,217, Apr. 20. 

Auten, Jay C, Royal Oak, assignor to Chrysler Corpora- 
tion, Highland Park, Mich. Transmission control 
mechanism. 2,442,159, May 25. 

Auten, Jay C, Royal Oak, assignor to Chrysler Corpora- 
tion, Highland Park, Mich. Transmission control mech- 
anism. 2,442,634, June 1. 

Auten, Robert W., Jenkintown, Pa., and W. L. Evers, 
Moorestown, N. J., assignors to The Resinous Products 
& Chemical Company. AUyl and/or methallyl alcohol- 
modified carbamide-aldehyde resins and producing same. 
2,442,747, June 8. 

Auten, Robert W., Jenkintown, and J. L. Rainey, Abing- 
ton, assignors to The Resinous Products & Chemical 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Nitrogenous resins con- 
taining alkylene sulfonate groups. 2,444,802, July 6. 

Auto Diesel Piston Ring Company, assignee : See — 
Heinrich, August H. 

Auto Diesel Piston Ring Company, The, assignee : See — - 
Heinrich, August H. 

Autogiro Company of America, assignee : See — 
Campbell, Harris S s 
Perry, Julian P. 
Pitcairn, Harold F. 
Pitcairn, Harold F., and Stanlev. 
Stanley. Paul H. 
Synnestvedt, Kenneth P. 

Autolift Accessory and Engineering Company, assignee : 
See — . 

Baker, Vincent T., Davisson, and Parker. 
Automatic Devices Corporation, assignee : See — 

Jackson, Alfred F. 



Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc., assignee : See — 

Baker, George T. 

Blair, William R., and Woodruff. 

Candy, Charles M., and Owen. 

Crabtree, Leonard F. 

Evers, Harry G. 

Giannini, Gabriel M. 

Grandstaff, Otho D. 

Graybill, Kenneth W. 

Henrikson, Oscar W., and Obergfell. 

Herrick, Roswell H. 

Hopley, Horace E. 

Kucera, Barney J. 

Laney, Virgil H. 

Lomac, Clarence E. 

McClew, John W., and Pearce. 

McCreary, Harold J. 

Mullerbeim, Kurt. 

Obergfell, Herbert F. 

Ostline. John E. 

Peterson, Edward S. 

Riebe, Theodore C. 

Rugh, Harry O. 

Sargisson, Robert L., and Obergfell. 

Voss, John H. 

Willis, Bernard D., deceased. 

Wood, Frederic E. 

Wood, Frediic E., Gienger, Dedker, and Sargission. 
Automatic Instrument Company, assignee : See — 

Andres, Lloyd J. 
Automatic Locking Devices, Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Spraragen, Louis. 
Automatic Manufacturing Corporation, assignee : See — 

Ketcham, Lyman G. 
Automatic Products Company, assignee : See — 

Johnson, Roy W., and Zarwell. 

McCarty, Lourdes V. 
Automatic Pump & Softener Corporation, assignee : See — 

Johnson, Bruce W., and Bullerjahn. 

Riche, Arthur L- 
Automatic Shifters, Inc., assignee : See — 

Ongres, Jeannot G. 
Automatic Steel Products, Inc., assignee : See — 

Wiekwire, Arthur M., and Zimmermann. 
Automatic Temperature Control Co., Inc., assignee : See — 

Morton, Jens. 
Automatic Voting Machine Corporation, assignee : See — 

Gustavson, Alvin X. 
Automotive Products Company, Limited, assignee : See — ■ 

Hayman, Bernard M. 
Autophone Aktiengesellschaft. assignee : See — 

Tschumi, Otto. 
Autopulse Corporation, assignee : See — 

Harrington, Lester B. 
Auto Research Corporation, assignee : See — 

Kocher, Edward H. 
Auto Specialties Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 

Mueller, Joseph J. 
Autoxygen, Inc., assignee : See — 

Kokatnur, Vaman R. 
Autoyre Company, Incorporated, The, assignee : See — 

Sanford, Roy S., and Kurti. 
Auxier, Robert W. : See — 

Hill, Charles F., and Auxier. 
Auxier, Robert W., Forest Hills, and P. Norelli, McKees- 
port, assignors to Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 
East Pittsburgh, Pa. Laminating. 2,439,918, Apr. 20. 
Avakian, Souren : See — 

Martin, Gustav J., and Avakian. 
Avakian. Souren. Oreland, assignor to The National Drug 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Para-( [N]-dialkyl pyrryl) 
benzoates. 2,448,408, Aug. 31. 
Avakian. Souren, Oreland, and G. J. Martin, assignors to 
The National Drug Company, Philadelphia, Pa. N-4- 
(quinazoline) amino benzoyl glutamic acid. 2,440,649, 
Apr. 27. 
Avco Manufacturing Corporation, assignee : See — 

Anderson, William S., Jr. 

Asling, Jasper H. 

Caminez, Harold. 

Chubb, Leroy B. 
Davidson, Lloyd H. 

Davis, Dwillard J. 
Dittmar. William R. 

Kidd, Robert S. 

Leydorf, George F. 

Money, Roland H., and Craig. 

Rohm, Fredric G. 

Snader, Ira J. 

Snader. Ira J., and Forsyth. 

Wiegman. Clarence H. 
Avera, Fitzhugh L., Laguna Beach, and J. L. Rosefield, 
Oakland, Calif. ; said Avera assignor to said Rosefield. 
Rendering flavors accessible in nut butters and stabiliza- 
tion thereof. 2,447,387, Aug. 17. 
Avery, Clarence L., assignor to Woodward Governor Com- 
panv, Rockford, 111. Turbine gate latch mechanism. 
2,436,372, Feb. 24. 
Avery, Harold T., Oakland, Calif., assignor to Marchant 
Calculating Machine Company. Reversible cyclic power 
transmission mechanism. 2,439,555, Apr. 13. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Avery, Harold T., Oakland, Calif., assignor to Marcbant 
Calculating Machine Company. Keyboard clearing 
mechanism. 2,447,108, Aug. 17. 

Aves, Fred J., Beverly Hills, Calif. Remote control ad- 
justable mirror. 2,456,362, Dec. 14. 

Avila, Frank W., Columbia City, Ind., assignor to Inter- 
national Harvester Company. Drive axle for vehicles. 
2,454,685, Nov. 23. 

Avila, Frank W., Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to Interna- 
tional Harvester Company. Multiple - speed axle. 
2,450,073, Sept. 28. 

Avimo Limited, assignee : See — 
Stevens, Herbert C. M. 

Avison, Anthony W. D., F. Bergel, and J. W. Haworth, 
Welwyn Garden City, England, assignors, by mesne as- 
signments, to Hoffmann-La Roche Inc., Nutley, N. J. 
2 - carbalkoxy - 3 - keto - tetrahydrothiophene process. 
2,438,808, Mar. 30. 

Axe, Roy T., assignor to The O. M. Edwards Company, 
Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Window construction. 2,449,361, 
Sept. 14. 

Axe, William N., Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Production of alkyl chlorides. 

2.434.092, Jan. 6. 

Axe, William N., Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Hydrochlorination process. 

2.434.093, Jan. 6. 

Axe, William N., Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Hydrochlorination of olefins. 

2.434.094, Jan. 0. 

Axler, Meyer H, Corona, and K. F. Tripp, Tuckahoe, N. Y., 

assignors to Farrand Optical Co., Inc. Making optical 

transmission filters by thermal evaporation 2,456,241, 

Dec. 14. 
Axtell, Gene M., Berkeley, Calif. Ear decoration. 

2,453.485, Nov. 9. 
Ayers, Edgar H., Schenectady, N. Y.. assignor to General 

Electric Company. Refrigeration control apparatus. 

2,449,800, Sept. 21. 
Ayers, Edgar H., and A. G. Elmendorf, Schenectady, N. Y., 

assignors to General Electric Company. Shockproof 

electromagnet with armature 2,434,096, Jan. 6. 
Ayers, Fred L., Waltham, Mass. Innersole and making 

the same. 2,438,870, Mar. 30. 
Ayers, Fred L., Waltham, Mass. Method of making slip 

lasted shoes. 2,443,588, June 22. 
Ayers, George W., assignor to The Pure Oil Company, 

Chicago, 111. Purification of phenolic material. 

2.434.095, Jan. 6. 

Ayers, George W., and P. Lyon, assignors to The Pure 
Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Refining hydrocarbon 
liquids. 2.435,732, Feb. 10. 

Ayers, William, assignor to Avr Corp., Evanston, 111. 
Centrifugal impeller. 2,434,896, Jan. 27. 

Ayerst, McKenma & Harrison Limited, assignee : See — 
Strean, Lyon P. 

Ayestas, Maria A., assignee : See — 
Dominguez A, Roberto. 

Ayr Corp., assignee : See — 
Ayers, William. 

Ayres, Russell W., Evansville, Ind., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Seeger Refrigerator Company. Refrig- 
erator construction with removable refrigerator unit. 
2,445,988, July 27. 

Ayres, Waldemar A., Kew Gardens Hills, N. Y., assignor 
to Sperrv Gyroscope Company, Inc. Stereoscopic radio 
location device. 2,434,897, Jan. 27. 

Ayres, Waldemar A., Kew Gardens Hills, N. Y., assignor 
to The Sperrv Corporation. Self-controlled projectile. 
2,448,007, Aug. 31. 

Ayres, Waldemar A., Kew Gardens Hills, and E. C. 
Streeter, Jr., Old Westbury, N. Y., assignor to The 
Sperry Corporation. Radio object locating device for 
producing stereoscopic images. 2,449,542, Sept. 21. 

B. F. B. Engineers. Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Buchet, Conrad R. 

B-J Company, Inc.. The, assignee : See — 
Berghoff, Mathew W. 

BMC Manufacturing Corporation, assignee: Sec — 
Snell. Francis A. 
Wnrd, Vincent S., and Hurlbut. 

Baade, Henry, assignor to Visioneering Company, Inc., 
Cleveland. Ohio. Automatic washing machine. 
2,449,634, Sept. 21. 

Baak, Albert E., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Minne- 
apolis-Honeywell Regulator Company, Minneapolis, 
Minn. Control system and apparatus. 2,447,388, Aus. 
17. 

Baak, Albert E., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Minne- 
apolis-Honeywell Regulator Company, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Flap control device responsive to airspeed. 2,448,167, 
Aug. 31. 

Baak, Albert E., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Minne- 
apolls-Honeywell Regulator Company, Minneapolis, 
Minn. Safety switch for airplanes. 2,454,423, Nov. 23. 

Baak, Albert 10., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Minne- 
apolis Honeywell Regulator Company, Minneapolis, 
Minn. Compressor control system. 2,454,424, Nov. 23. 

Baak, Albert I')., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Minne- 
apolis-Honeywell Regulator Company, Minneapolis, 
Minn. Control apparatus. 2,454,588, Nov. 23. 



Baash-Ross Tool Company, assignee : See — 
Johnson, Glenn D. 
Johnron. Glenn D., and Beissinger. 
Babayan, Vigen K., Teaneck, assignor to Ridbo Labora- 
tories, Inc., Paterson, N. J. Tall oil treatment. 
2,441,198, May 11. 
Babb, Alfred W., Cleveland, Ohio. Sintering apparatus. 

2,441,383, May 11. 
Babb, Harold H., Spartanburg, and D. L. Moody, Drayton, 
S. C. Warp and harness stop motion for looms. 
2,444,085, June 29. 
Babb, Maynard A., Elkins Park, and A. E. Hayes, Phila- 
delphia, Pa., assignors to M. M. Bilofsky, Newark, N. J. 
Starting and operating unit and circuit for gaseous 
electric discharge devices. 2,445,989, July 27. 
Babbitt, Daniel R., assignor to Electric Steel Foundry, 

Portland, Oreg. Pipe coupling. 2.438,107. Mar. 23. 
Babbitt, Daniel R., San Francisco, Calif., assignor to Elec- 
tric Steel Foundry, Portland, Oreg. Sanitary filter. 
2,453,613. Nov. 9. 
Babcock, Edward, assignee : See — 

Fairbanks, Glen. 
Babcock, Henry H., Oak Park, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Conlon-Moore Corporation, Cicero, 111. Ironing 
machine. 2,448,948, Sept. 7. 
Babcock, Kenneth L., Muskegon, and R. L. Leigh, Grand 
Rapids, assignors to Air Control Products. Tnc, Coopers- 
ville, Mich: Valve mechanism for registers and the 
like. 2,439,444, Apr. 13. 
Babcock, Roger S., Plainfield, N. J., assignor to Union 
Carbide and Carbon Corporation. Post-mixed blowpipe 
for thermochemically removing surfaces of metal bodies. 
2,435,117, Jan. 27. 
Babcock, Sidney H., Jr., Davis, assignor to The Regents 
of the University of California, Berkeley, Calif. Syn- 
thesizing pantothenic acid. 2,441,949, May 25. 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, The, assignee : See — 
Bailey, Ervin G., Hardgrove, and Stillman. 
Brister, Paul M. 
Ebersole, George B., and Leach. 
Fletcher, James and Huge. 
Fletcher, James, and Norton. 
Hardgrove, Ralph M. 
Harter, Isaac, Wilson, and Huge. 
Letvin, Samuel. 
Miller, Benjamin H. 
Norton, Charles L., Jr. 
Sherban, Daniel V. 
Stillman. Thomas B. 
Wilson, Evan F., Grubb, and Fowler. 
Babey, Charles, Basel, Switzerland, and F. L. Goodall, 
Burley-in-Wharfedale, England, assignors to J. R. Geigy 
A.-G., Basel, Switzerland. Production of pure white 
discharging effects on cellulosic materials. 2,446,992, 
Aug. 17. 
Babey, Charles, W. Thommen, and E. Stocker, assignors 
to J. R. Geigy A.-G., Basel, Switzerland. Textile 
chrome-printing compositions and their manufacture. 
2,454,623, Nov. 23. 
Babigian, George H., Ferndale, assignor to R. B. Seferian, 
Highland Park, Mich. Pipe coupling. 2,441,055, May 4. 
Babka. Aldrich C, Cheyenne, Wyo. Cutting tool. 

2,433,976, Jan. 6. 
Babson Bros. Co., assignee : See — ■ 
Babson, Henry B. 
Schilling, Lorell J. 
Babson, Henry B., Chicago, 111., assignor to Babson Bros. 
Co. Overhead support for milkers. 2,454,300, Nov. 23. 
Baby Haven Manufacturing Company, assignee: See — 

Athey. Ralph S. 
Babylon, Elvan R. : See — 

Weeser, Carl W., Leffingwell. Babylon, and Schell. 
Baby's Pal Company, assignee : See — 

Allen, Paul E. 
Bach. Edward M. : See — 

Schwarzmann, Wolfgang E., and Bach. 
Bach, Henry M., Lawrence, assignor to Premier Crystal 
Laboratories, Inc., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for 
grinding crystals and the like. 2,435,118. Jan. 27. 
Bach, Henry M., Lawrence, assignor to Premier Crystal 
Laboratories, Inc., New York, N. Y. End-loaded piezo- 
electric unit. 2,437,660, Mar. 9. 
Bach, Henry M., Lawrence, assignor to Premier Crystal 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Process- 
ing piezoelectric crystals. 2,440,886, May 4. 
Bach, Henry M., Woodmere, assignor to Premier Crystal 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Method 
and means for mounting piezo crystal plates. 2,437,218, 
Mar. 2. 
Bach, Niels B. : See — 

Jakobsen, J. G. 
Bach, Peter J., Brentwood, and J. H. Simpson, assignors 
to Mines Equipment Company, St. Louis, Mo. Elec- 
trical connector. 2,456,764, Dec. 21. 
Bachelder, Albert J. : See— ^- 

Land, Edwin H., Bachelder, and Wolff. 
Bachelder, Albert J., Lexington, and O. E. Wolff, Cam- 
bridge, assignors to Polaroid Corporation, Cambridge, 
Mass. Shutter mechanism. 2,453,180, Nov. 9. 
Bachman, Charles H., Scotia, N. Y, assignor to General 
Electric Company. Indexing telescope for electron dif- 
fraction instruments. 2,439,644, Apr. 13. 



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Tire skid chain. 



Sack holder. 



Bachman, Charles H., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electron lens assembly. 2,452,893. 
Nov. 2. 

Bachman, Fred E. : See — 

Schlegel, Walter L., Jr., and Bachman. 
Tack, Carl E., and Bachman. 

Bachman, Fred E., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Shock strut. 2,437,219, Mar. 2. 

Bachman, Fred E., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Snubber. 2,447,305, Aug. 17. 

Bachmann Bros., Inc., assignee : See — 
McNeill, Albert G. 

Back, Frank G., New York, N. Y. Varifocal lens for 
cameras. 2,454,686, Nov. 23. 

Backe, George T., Jr., Jersey City, N. J. 
2,443,219, June 15. 

Backer, Lyle A. : See — 

Wing, Arthur K., Jr., and Backer. 

Backhand, Peter S. : See — 

Polizzotto, Paul L., and Backlund. 

Backs, William H., Lockwood, Mo. 
2,452,826, Nov. 2. 

Backstrom, John A., Euclid, Ohio, assignor to The Breck 
Company. Cutting toolholding means for machine tools. 
2,451,371, Oct. 12. 

Baclawski, Theodore, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to 
Philco Corporation. Electrical bridge network. 
2,450,930, Oct. 12. 

Bacon, Emra D., Cleveland, Ohio. Synchronous electric 
motor. 2,454,026, Nov. 16. 

Bacon, Frederick E. : See — 

Kroll, William J., and Bacon. 

Bacon, Henry M., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to The Daytoi 
Rubber Company. Drop box picker. 2,437,342, Mar. 9 

Bacon, Henry M., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to The Dayton 
Rubber Company. Card feed roll. 2,442,333, June 1. 

Bacon, Kenneth D. : See — 

Young. Arthur E., ^nd Bacon. 

Bacon, Leslie R. : See — 

Tremain, Henry E., and Bacon. 

Wegst, Walter F., Bacon, and Vaughn. 

Bacon, Reginald G. R., H. Taylor, and L. Wood, Blackley, 
Manchester, England, assignors to Imperial Chemical 
Industries Limited. Aqueous polyvinyl chloride/poly- 
styrene dispersions. 2,449,684, Sept. 21. 

Bacon. Thomas P., Jr., Oakland, Calif. Vulcanizing mold. 
2,440,321, Apr. 27.' 

Bacon, Walter M., assignor to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Telegraph system. 
2,454,301, Nov. 23. 

Bacon, Walter M.. assignor to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Control of selectors over 
communication channels by storage controlled transmit- 
ters. 2.455,724, Dec. 7. 

Bade, Alfred G., Wauwatosa, assignor to The Falk Cor- 
poration, Milwaukee, Wis. Variable-speed transmission. 
2,457,431, Dec. 28. 

Badeau, Carroll A., Westfield, and J. B. Clapp, North 
Plainfield. assignors to The Thomas & Betts Co., Eliza- 
beth, N. J. Grounding pole plate. 2,455,641, Dec. 7. 

Bader, Edward G., Hawthorne, assignor to Mitchell 
Camera Corporation, West Hollywood, Calif. Contrac- 
tile film spool. 2,454,984, Nov. 30. 

Bader, Harry J., and W. C. Daniel, assignors to The Troy 
Sunshade Company, Troy, Ohio. Window construction. 
2,455,462, Dec. 7. 

Bader, Joseph P., Brooklyn, assignor to The Emil Greiner 
Company, New York, N. Y. Manostat. 2,436,350, 
Feb. 17. 

Badger Fire Extinguisher Company, assignee : See — 
Paul. Lawrence C. 

Badmaieff, Alexis, Indianapolis, iBd., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Signal translating apparatus. 
2,445,990, July 27. 

Baecher, Bernard J., New York, N. Y. Self-balancing po- 
tentiometer. 2,452,539, Nov. 2. 

Baer, Georges, Paudex-Lausanne, Switzerland. Hatching 
device. 2,453,356, Nov. 9. 

Baer, John M., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Guardite Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Vac- 
uum drying. 2,457,116, Dec. 28. 

Baer, Samuel I., Youngstown, Ohio. Window sash con- 
struction. 2,455,642, Dec. 7. 

Baeza, Daniel, Brooklyn, N. Y. Double-acting wrench 
for flanges. 2.454.027. Nov. 16. 

Bagge, Kaj, Sunland, Calif. Portable small hand tool 
vise. 2,438,797, Mar. 30. 

Baghuis, Ludovicus H., Utrecht, Netherlands. Spring sus- 
pension for motorbuses or like vehicles. 2,447,679, Aug. 
24. 

Bagnall, Joseph C, Jr., Attleboro, 
Swank, Inc. Extension key chain. 

Bahan, George F., Charlotte, N. C. 
battery looms. 2,455,463, Dec. 7. 

Bahan, William H., Greenville, S. C. 
looms. 2,449,157, Sept. 14. 

Bahner, Carl T., Jefferson City, Tenn. 
preparing them. 2.447.626. Aug. 24. 

Bahnson, Agnew H., Jr., Winston-Salem, N. C. Air condi- 
tioning apparatus. 2,440,627, Apr. 27. 

Bahnson, Agnew H., Jr., Winston-Salem, N. C. Ductless 
system. 2,450,571, Oct. 5. 



Mass., assignor to 
2,457,195, Dec. 28. 
Bobbin control for 

Driving means for 



B-diketones and 



Baidwood, Robert B., assignor of one-half to B. N. Spencer, 
Jr., Dallas, Tex. Safety gas cock. 2,444,889, July 6. 

Baier, Ludwig S., Milwaukee, Oreg. Bottle carrier. 
2,436,501, Feb. 24. 

Baier, Willard E., Ontario, assignor to California Fruit 
Growers Exchange, Los Angeles, Calif. Pectic acid 
compositions. 2,436,086, Feb. 17. 

Baier, Willard E., Ontario, assignor to California Fruit 
Growers Exchange, Los Angeles, Calif. Recovery of 
hesperidin. 2,442,110, May 25. 

Baierlein, George W., Springfield, Mass., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Niles-Bement-Pond Company, 
West Hartford, Conn. Fuel injection pump. 2,455,289, 
Nov. 30. 

Baierlein, George W., Springfield, Mass., assignor to Niles- 
Bement-Pond Company, West Hartford, Conn. Dis- 
charge valve assembly for fuel injector pumps. 
2,455,290, Nov. 30. 

Bailey, Benjamin F., Ann Arbor, assignor to United Lens 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Directional signal and cir- 
cuits therefor. 2,456,242, Dec. 14. 

Bailey, Charles L. : See — 

Lambert, Robert D., and Bailey. 

Bailey, Christopher E. G., Bournemouth, assignor to The 
Mullard Radio Valve Company Limited, London, Eng- 
land. Phase modulator. 2,437,872, Mar. 16. 

Bailey, Christopher E. G., Bournemouth, Hants, England, 
assignor to Radio Transmission Equipment Limited, 
London, England. Radio navigational aid. 2,438,987, 
Apr. 6. 

Bailey, Christopher E. G., Bournemouth, England, as- 
signor to Hartford National Bank and Trust Company, 
Hartford, Conn., as trustee. Electrical condenser. 
2,449,577, Sept. 21. 

Bailey Company, Inc., The, assignee : See — 
Bailey, David C. 
Merrill, Oliver B. 

Bailey, David C, assignor to The Bailey Company, Inc., 
Amesbury, Mass. Window glass channel guide. 
2,446,516, Aug. 10. 

Bailey, Edward A. : See — 

Schulz, Edward A., and Bailey. 

Bailey, Edward T. W. : See — 

Kerry, Frank G., and Bailey. 

Bailey, Emmett C, Washington, D. C. Swinging seesaw. 
2,457,627, Dec. 28. 

Bailey, Ervin G., Easton, Pa., and R. M. Hardgrove, West- 
field, and T. B. Stillman, South Orange, assignors to 
The Babcock & Wilcox Company, Rockleigh, N. J. Fluid 
heat exchange installation. 2,444,908, July 13. 

Bailey, Ervin G., Easton, Pa., and R. M. Hardgrove, West- 
field, assignors to The Babcock & Wilcox Company, 
Rockleigh, N. J. Fluid heater. 2,447,306, Aug. 17. 

Bailey, George B., Long Beach, assignor to The Hays Cor- 
poration, Michigan City, Ind. Gas analyzer. 2,448,206, 
Aug. 31. 

Bailey, Grant C. : See — 

Himel, Chester M., and Bailey. 

Bailey, Harold P., and G. S. Taylor, Niagara Falls, assign- 
ors to International Paper Company, New York, N. Y. 
Device for watermarking paper. 2,442,673, June 1. 

Baitey, James, West Hartford, assignor to Plax Corpora- 
tion, Hartford, Conn. Apparatus for shaping plastics 
by extrusion. 2,443,289, June 15. 

Bailey, James R., Fort Worth, Tex. Shelf elevating mech- 
anism for food containers. 2,455,154, Nov. 30. 

Bailey, John J., assignee : See — 
Harrison, Eugene I. 

Bailey, Laurelle W., Los Angeles, Calif. Sorting appa- 
ratus. 2,443,761, June 22. 

Bailey Meter Company, assignee : See — 
Barnes, Frederick A. 
Dickey, Paul S. 
Fitch, Edward W. 
Hoffman, Howard T. 
Hornfeck, Anthony J. 
Johnson, Clarence. 

Johnson, Clarence, Gorrie, and Dickey. 
Junkins, Raymond D., and Hornfeck. 
Wise, Frederic E. 
Woolley, Rew E. 

Bailey, Neil P. : See — 

McMahan, Kenton D., and Bailey. 

Bailey, Richard W., and M. M. Harding, assignors to Mllo 
Harding Co., Los Angeles, Calif. Duplicating machine. 
2,439,070, Apr. 6. 

Bailey, Roy L., Denver, Colo. Attachment for baby bug- 
gies. 2,442,334, June 1. 

Bailey, Theodore, Habana, Cuba. Caster for furniture. 
2,437,312, Mar. 9. 

Bailey, Theodore, Habana, Cuba. Liquid dispenser handle 
and valve actuator. 2,445,101, July 13. 

Bailie, James C. : See — 

See, Melvin J., and Bailie. 

Bailleaux, Paul A., Glendale, Calif. Exercising apparatus. 
2,436,987, Mar. 2. 

Baillie, Samuel, New Invention, Willenhall, England. 
Chuck device, particularly for coal cutting machines. 
2,438,774, Mar. 30. 

Baima, Dominick B., Detroit, Mich. Fish lure. 2,455,155, 
Nov. 30. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Bain, Joseph P., and A. H. Best, Jacksonville, Fla., as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to The Glidden Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Isomerization of bicyclic sub- 
stances and products resulting therefrom. 2,453,110, 
Nov. 9. 
Bair, Robert R. : See— 

Benner, Harry L., and Bair. 
Bair, Robert R., H. L. Benner, Niagara Falls, and J. F. 
Walker, Lewiston, N. Y., assignors to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Bright zinc 
plating. 2,451,426, Oct. 12. 
Baird, Bruce M. : See — 

Gibbs, Frank C, Baird, and Brosamer. 
Baird, Clyde W., Columbus, Ohio. Detecting and alarm 

system. 2,435,996, Feb. 17. 
Baird, Hugh S. : See— 

Kolehmainen, Elmar, and Baird. 
Baird Machine Company, The, assignee : See — 

Lewis, Arthur J. 
Baird, William M., Chicago, 111. Locker refrigerating sys- 
tem. 2,437,451, Mar. 9. 
Baird, William M., Chicago, 111. Forced air circuit refrig- 
erating apparatus. 2,437,452, Mar. 9. 
Baird, William M., Chicago, 111. Drawer for refrigerated 

lockers. 2,448,949, Sept. 7. 
Baizer, Manuel M. : See — 

Donleavy, John J., and Baizer. 
Bakalar, Arthur B., assignor to Shell Development Com- 
pany, San Francisco, Calif. Condensation products 
from ketones and aralkyl organic compounds and pro- 
ducing the same. 2,455,643. Dec. 7. 
Bake, Louis S., Pennsgrove, N. J., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Self- 
curing polychloroprene compositions. 2,455,911, Dec. 
14. 
Bakelaar, John H. : See — 

Carroll, Fred M., Bakelaar, and Pond. 
Bakelite Corporation, assignee : See — 
Butler, William H. 
Duggan, Fred W. 
Marshall, Walter R. 
Swallow, Herbert A. 
Swallow, Herbert A., and De Vilbiss. 
Wheeler, William R. 
Baker, Aaron A., Coalinga, assignor to Baker Oil Tools, 
Inc., Vernon, Calif. Lock device for well tools. 
2,450,822, Oct. 5. 
Baker, Albert L., Summit, A. R. C. Markl, Teaneck, and 
A. Blahut, Trenton, N. J., assignors to The M. W. Kel- 
logg Company, New York, N. Y. Lined pipe. 2,451,145, 
Oct. 12. 
Baker, Albert L., Summit, W. H. Hill, Pennington, and 
A. R. C. Markl, Teaneck. N. J., assignors to The M. W. 
Kellogg Company, New York, N. Y. Internally Insula- 
tion lined vessel. 2,451,146. Oct. 12. 
Baker, Arnold, New Haven, Conn. Link belt unloader. 

2,449,543, Sept. 21. 
Baker, Arvid H., Port Allegany, assignor to Pittsburgh 
Corning Corporation, Allegheny County, Pa. Preparing 
cellular glass slabs. 2,445,298, July 13. 
Baker Axle Company, assignee : See — 

Baker, Erie K. 
Baker, Benjamin P. : See — 

Leeds, Winthrop M., and Baker. 
Ludwig, Leon R., and Baker, and Cumming. 
Baker, Benjamin P., Turtle Creek, and R. H. Leitzel, 
Wilkinsburg, assignors to Westinghouse Electric Cor- 
poration, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Compressed gas circuit 
interrupter. 2,447,627, Aug. 24. 
Baker, Benjamin P., Turtle Creek, and D. C. Harker, 
Wilkinsburg, assignors to Westinghouse Electric Cor- 
poration, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Circuit interrupter. 
2,454,121, Nov. 16. 
Baker, Bernard R., Nanuet, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to American Cyanamid Company," New York, N. Y. 
Cyanothiophanes and preparing same. 2,440,659, Apr. 

Baker, Bernard R., Nanuet, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to American Cyanamid Company, New York, 
N. Y. Hydroxythiophane carboxylic acids and esters 
and methods of preparing same. 2,451,427, Oct. 12. 

Baker, Bernard R., Nanuet, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to American Cyanamid Company, New York, 
N. Y. Dihydrothiophenes and preparing same. 
2,451,428, Oct. 12. 

Baker, Bernard R., Nanuet, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to American Cyanamid Company, New York, 
N. Y. Ureylenethiophane carboxylic acids and esters 
and preparing same. 2,453,564, Nov. 9. 

Bakor, Bernard R., Nanuet, and M. V. Querry, Pearl 
River, assignors, by mesne assignments, to American 
Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Thiophane car- 
boxyhydrazides and preparing the same. 2,451,429, 
Oct. 12. 

Baker, Carlos J. : See — 

Statham, Louis D., Baker, and Swartzel. 

Baker Castor Oil Company, The, assignee : See — 
Jubanowsky, Louis J. 

Baker, Charles O., Dallas, Tex., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Sooony-Vaeuum Oil Company, Incorpo- 
rated, New York, N. Y. Two-stage alkylatlon wilh olefin 
streams containing propylene and ethylene. 2,442,160, 
May 25. 



Baker, Chester A., Glen Ridge, N. J., assignor to Baker 
Ice Machine Company, Incorporated, Omaha, Nebr. Ap- 
paratus for freezing and storing foods. 2,444,489, 
July 6. 

Baker, Chester L., Narberth, and R. H. Sams, Upper 
Darby, assignors to Philadelphia Quartz Company, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. Adhesive and making. 2,457,108, Dec. 28. 

Baker, Cliff, Los Angeles, assignor of one-half to J. L. 
Mason, Encino, Calif. Electrical connector. 2,443,975, 
June 22. 

Baker Co. Inc., assignee : See — - 
Zu Eltz, Alexander E. 

Baker & Company, Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Shreir, Louis L. 

Baker, Corwin W., Beverly, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Last- 
ing machine. 2,445,845, July 27. 

Baker, Corwin W., Stoneham, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Lasting 
machine. 2,455,969, Dec. 14. 

Baker, David B. : See — 

Rogers, Clifford R., Bechman, and Baker. 

Baker, David B., Riverside, 111., assignor to International 
Harvester Company. Cotton picker spindle structure. 
2,440,767, May 4. _ „.«««. 

Baker, Earl J., Parma, and H. F. Baker, Detroit, Mich. 
Disk record holder. 2,453,399, Nov. 9. 

Baker, Edgar B. : See — - 

Gloss, Gunter H., and Baker. 

Baker, Edgar B., Burlingame, assignor to Marine Mag- 
nesium Products Corporation, South San Francisco, 
Calif. Production of magnesium compounds. 2,442,481, 

Baker, Edna J., Los Angeles, Calif. Key holder. 2,455,968, 
Dec 14 

Baker,' Erie K., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Baker Axle 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Pump. Re. 23,067, Dec. 28. 

Baker, Erwin G., Indianapolis, Ind. Rotary valve mount- 
ing. 2,437,181, Mar. 2. 

Baker, Erwin G., Indianapolis, Ind. Heat engine. 
2,444,764, July 6. 

Baker, George T., Liverpool, England, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Contact bank of switches and cabling ar- 
rangement between switches in automatic telephone sys- 
tems. 2,435,025, Jan. 27. 

Baker, George W. : See — 

Hector, Luther G., Baker, and Muto. 

Baker, Gerald T.. Clearwater, Nebr. Hay fork. 2,435,119, 
Jan. 27. 

Baker, Harold L., Clovis, Calif. Vulcanizer. 2,445,054, 
July 13. 

Baker, Harry E., Oakland, Calif. Cable greasing device. 
2,435,120, 'Jan. 27. 

Baker, Harry J., Speedway, Ind., assignor to Union Car- 
bide and Carbon Corporation. Arrester element. 
2,447,048, Aug. 17. 

Baker, Hayward R. : See — 

Zisman. William A., and Baker. 

Baker, Havward R., Mt. Rainier, Md., and W. A. Zisman, 
Washington, D. C, assignors to United States of Amer- 
ica as represented by the Secretary of the Navy. Addi- 
tives for silicone oils. 2,447.483, Aug. 24. 

Baker, Henry C, Muskegon, Mich. Flag for mall boxes. 
2,447,152, Aug. 17. 

Baker, Herbert F. : See — 

Baker, Earl J. and H. F. 

Baker, Hobart, New Hyde Park, N. Y. Film viewer having 
a magazine for consecutively viewing films. 2,444,971, 
July 13. 

Baker Ice Machine Company, Incorporated, assignee : 
See- 
Baker. Chester A. 

Baker, J. T.. Chemical Co., assignee: See — 
Little, Kenneth B., and Burton. 

Baker, James A., Rushford, assignor of one-half to E. 
Kjos, Lanesboro, Minn. Pole gin. 2,439,122. Apr. 6. 

Baker, James A., Shorewood, assignor to Milprint, Inc., 
Milwaukee, Wis. Package assembly. 2,456,610, Dec. 21. 

Baker, John B., and II. D. Stover, assignors to The 
Timken Roller Bearing Company. Canton, Ohio. Self- 
contained roller-bearing cage. 2,454,028, Nov. 16. 

Baker, John G., Evansville, Wis., assignor to United Air- 
craft Corporation, East Hartford. Conn. Propeller 
vibration damping means. 2,447,628, Aug. 24. 

Baker, John W., Jr., San Jose, Calif. Tow bar. 2,444,086, 
June 29. 

Baker, Lester A., assignee: See — 
Deakins, Grover C. 

Baker Manufacturing Company, The : See — 
Washbond, Harr.v II. 

Baker, McMillen Co., The, assignee : See — 
Sperry, John A. 

Baker Oil Tools, Inc., assignee : See — 
Baker, Aaron A. 
Baker, Reuben C. 
Chllders, Roscoe O. 

Baker, Ovid C. : See — 

Abrams, Armand J., Gorin, and Baker. 

Baker, Rest R., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Electric 
drive. 2,441,985, May 25. 



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Baker, Rest R., Swissvale, and W. R. Harris, Wilkinsburg, 
assignors to. Westinghouse Electric Corporation, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Control system for paper machine 
drives. 2,445,416, July 20. 

Baker, Reuben C., Coalinga, assignor to Baker Oil Tools, 
Inc., Vernon, Calif. Underreamer. 2,457,628, Dec. 28. 

Baker. Richard F. : See — 

Hillier, James, and Baker. 

Baker. Robert M., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Controlled 
induction heating. 2,448,008, Aug. 31. 

Baker. Robert M., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Inductive 
heating of longitudinally moving metal strip. 2,448,009, 
Aug. 31. 

Baker, Robert M., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Induced 
heating of continuously moving metal strip with pulsat- 
ing magnetic flux. 2,44S,012, Aug. 31. 

Baker, Robert M., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. High-fre- 
quency dielectric heating apparatus. 2,456,611, Dec. 21. 

Baker, Robert M., Pittsburgh, G. R. Monroe, Sharon, and 
R. D. Reed, Clark, assignors to Westinghouse Electric 
Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Transverse flux in- 
duction heating furnace structure. 2,448,010, Aug. 31. 

Baker, Robert M.. Pittsburgh, and G. W. Penney. Wilkins- 
burg, assignors to Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 
East Pittsburgh, Pa. Method and apparatus for induc- 
tion heating of metal strips. 2,448,011, Aug. 31. 

Baker, S. S., assignee : See — 
McGoffin. William W. 

Baker, Samuel S., Batontown, and R. F. Batchelar, Hills- 
dale, N. J., assignors to American Loose Leaf Corpora- 
tion. Unidirectional locking apparatus. 2,440,038, Apr. 
20. 

Baker, Theodore C, Newington. assignor to Hartford- 
Empire Company, Hartford, Conn. Cooling hollow glass 
articles, such as bottles. 2,443,674, June 22. 

Baker, Vincent T.. and H. T. Davisson, Pueblo, Colo., and 
O. S. Parker, Jr., assignors to Autolift Accessory and 
Engineering Companv, Kingston, Pa. Material handling 
platform. 2,444,326, June 29. 

Baker, Walter E., Boaz, Ala. Steam generating attach- 
ment for electric irons. 2,445,506. July 20. 

Baker, William B., Council Bluffs, Iowa, and H. Rees, 
Omaha, Nebr. Grapple. 2,435,265. Feb. 3. 

Baker, William F., and I. J. Pickering, Birmingham, as- 
signors to The General Electric Company, Limited, 
London, England. Electrode holder. 2,447,307, Aug. 
17. 

Bakewell, Harding F., San Marino, Calif. Grinding fix- 
ture. 2,448.245, Aug. 31. 

Bakke, Robert. Minneapolis, Minn. Welding glove. 
2.44S.697. Sept. 7. 

Bakken, Hans H., Pueblo, Colo. Bait fishhook. 2,441,232, 
May 11. 

Bakker, Jan : See — 

Gisolf, Jacob H., Kroger, and Bakker. 

Bakker, Jan, Brooklyn, assignor to Anton Smit & Co. Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Wheel-dressing tool. 2,443,370, June 
15. 

Bakonvi, Stefan, Tbvaros, Hungary, vested in the At- 
torney General of the United States. Refining keratin- 
containing material. 2,454,730, Nov. 23. 

Bakst. Myron : See — 

Warner. Arthur J., and Bakst. 

Balassa, Ladislaus, Flint, Mich. Method and apparatus 
for pulverizing and processing materials. 2,441,613, 
May 18. 

Balcar, Frederick R., Stamford, Conn., assignor to Air 
Reduction Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Concentration of chlorine. 2.447.834, Aug. 24. 

Balch, Ralph H. and I. G. McCormick, Cumberland, Md., 
assignors to Celanese Corporation of America. Sized 
organic derivative of cellulose yarn. 2,448,571, Sept. 7. 

Balch. Royal T. : See — 

Broeg. Charles B., and Balch. 

Capuzzl. Edmund C. 

Decker, Gerard Q.. 3rd, and Capuzzi. 

De Forest, Alfred V. 

Fullerton, Herbert S. 

Macgeorge. William D. 

Sonntag. Alfred. 

Staples, Dana R., and Stamm. 

Balch, Royal T., Houma, La., assignor to the United States 
of America as represented by the Secretary of Agricul- 
ture. Purification of hard waxes by removal of soft 
fatty components. 2,452,093, Oct. 26. 

Baldock, Harold : See — 

Smith, Arthur E. W., Scaife, and Baldock. 

Baldridge, Ernest B. : See — 

Donicht, Harry L., Fischer, and Baldridge. 

Baldwin, Alan W., New York, N. Y., assignor to William D. 
Horn, Iowa City. Iowa. Preference recorder for pro- 
grams. 2.444,327, June 29. 

Baldwin Company. The, assignee : See — 
Jones, Edward M. 

Baldwin, Frederick G., Woodbridge, N. J. Plant pot cover. 
2,440,569, Apr. 27. 

Baldwin, Joseph P., assignor to King Ranch, Inc., Kings- 
ville, Tex. Saddle horn. 2,451,651, Oct. 19. 



Baldwin Locomotive Works, The, assigneee : See — 
Hofmann, Richard U. 
Jones, Edgar J. 
Link, Harry W. 
Macgeorge, William D. 
Ruge, Arthur C. 
Tate, Malcolm C. 

Baldwin, Philip S., Florence, Italy. Master cylinder. 
2,4441,181, June 29. 

Baldwin, Stanley W., Cranston, R. I., assignor to Hackett 
Automotive Accessories Corporation. Windshield 
cleaner. 2,443,976, June 22. 

Baley, Joseph J., Cicero, 111., assignor to Western Electric 
Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Wiper for 
use in metal plating apparatus. 2,435,766, Feb. 10. 

Baliff, Doyle D., Gary, Ind. Flashlight attachment for 
firearms. 2,447,892, Aug. 24. 

Balke, Harry A., Valencia, Pa., assignor to American 
Bridge Company. Center bearing. 2,455,970, Dec. 14. 

Ball, Albert P., assignor to Briggs Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Spraying apparatus. 2,438,471, 
Mar. 23. 

Ball, Albert P., assignor to Briggs Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Drainboard and tub construc- 
tion. 2,447,788, Aug. 24. 

Ball Brothers Company, assignee : See — 
Shaffer, Stewart. 

Ball, Charles J. P., London, A. C. Jessup, and E. F. Emley, 
Clifton Junction Works, near Manchester, and J. B. 
Wilson, Swinton, Manchester, assignors to Magnesium 
Elektron Limited, London, England. Producing mag- 
nesium-zirconium alloys. 2,452,894. Nov. 2. 

Ball, Charles M. : See — 

Simpson, John D., and Ball. 

Ball, Charles O., Maumee, Ohio, assignor to Owens-Illinois 
Glass Company. Receptacle. 2,439.768, Apr. 13. 

Ball, Charles O., G. L. Swope, and F. D. Scott, Toledo, 
Ohio, assignors to Owens-Illinois Glass Company. Con- 
tainer. 2.437.926. Mar. 16. 

Ball, David L., San Luis Obispo, Calif. Rotary axial vane 
compressor. 2,457,298, Dec. 28. 

Ball, Jack, assignor to Picker X-Ray Corporation, Waite 
Manufacturing Division, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Elec- 
tronic timer. 2,453,486, Nov. 9. 

Ball, Richard N. : See — 

Van Dellen, Edward, and Ball. 

Ball, Thomas M., Detroit, assignor to Chrysler Corpora- 
tion Highland Park, Mich. Valve catcher. 2,452,283, 
Oct. 26. 

Ballantyne, William G., and J. A. Thompson, Portland, 
Oreg. Rigid lightweight metal tray. 2,456,481, Dec. 
14. 

Ballard, Dana R., Madera, Calif. Spare tire carrier at- 
tachment for trucks. 2,449,544, Sept. 21. 

Ballard, Dana R., Madera, Calif. Poultry feeder. 
2,457,432, Dec. 28. 

Ballard, Hyde W., Merion, Pa., assignor to All American 
Aviation, Inc., Wilmington, Del. Pickup and delivery 
container. 2,437,372, Mar. 9. 

Ballard, Randall C, Trenton, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Synchro unit drive system. 
2,442.069, May 25. 

Ballard, Robert J. : See — 

Boyer, John L., and Ballard. 

Ballard, Seaver A. : See — 

Finch, Harry D., Ballard, and Evans. 
Williams, Paul H., and Ballard. 
Winkler, De Loss E., and Ballard. 
Winkler, De Loss E., Raab and Ballard. 

Ballard, Seaver A., Oakland, and D. E. Winkler. Berkeley, 
assignors to Shell Development Companv, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. Production of thiophenols. 2,438,838, Mar. 
30. 

Ballard, Virgil, Caldwell, Idaho. Decoy. 2,450,572, 
Oct. 5. 

Balleisen, Charles E., Philadelphia, Pa. Breech block 
return means for the Browning machine gun. 
2,449,545, Sept. 21. 

Ballenger, Clarence E., Spartanburg, S. C. Sandal with 
adjustable front and rear straps. 2,451,372, Oct. 12. 

Ballentine, Earle W., Wilmette, assignor to Russell Elec- 
tric Company, Chicago, 111. Shaded pole motor and the 
like. 2,454,589, Nov. 23. 

Bailer, Melvin D., Little Silver, N. J. Vacuum tube. 
2,445,754, July 27. 

Ballerino, Richard E., Los Angeles, and R. F. Ashdown, 
Montebello. assignors to Farmer Bros. Coffee Co., Los 
Angeles, Calif. Coffee brewing apparatus. 2,436,784, 
Mar. 2. 

Ballev, Eric J. G., Welwyn Garden City, F. M. Page, 
Newcastle under Lyme, and J. C. McGowan, Muswell 
Hill, London, England, assignors to Imperial Chemical 
Industries Limited. Adhesives. 2,455,392, Dec. 7. 

Balliet. Margaret, administratrix : See — 
Riordan, Patrick F. 

Balls. Arnold K. : See — 

Tucker, Irwin W., and Balls. 

Balsam, Henry M. : See — 

Balsam, Maurice M. and H. M. 

Balsam, M. M., Inc., assignee: See — 
Balsam, Maurice M. and H. M. 



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Balsam, Maurice M. and H. M., assignors to M. M. Balsam, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Machine for making belts and 
straps. 2,439,280, Apr. 6. 

Balsam, Maurice M. and H. M., assignors to M. M. Balsam, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Machine for bending flexible sheet 
material. 2,441,180, May 11. 

Balsam, Maurice M. and H. M., assignors to M. M. Bal- 
sam, Inc., New York, N. Y. Machines for forming 
rings from a flexible strip. 2,443,715, June 22. 

Balsam, Maurice M. and H. M., assignors to M. M. Balsam, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Machine for folding sheets of 
thermoplastic and like material. 2,451,794, Oct. 19. 

Balsbaugh, Jayson C. : See — 

Barnard. Kenneth H., Balsbaugh, and Blackwood. 

Balster, George L., Seward, Nebr. V-type internal-combus- 
tion engine. 2,451,271. Oct. 12. 

Baltach, Abraham, Brooklyn, and B. Baltuch, New York, 
N. Y. ; said A. Baltach now by judicial change of name 
Abe Baltic. Photographic monogram mask. 2,441,527, 
May 11. 

Baltic, Abe, change of name : See — 
Baltach, Abraham and Baltuch. 

Baltimore Paper Box Co., The, assignee : See — 
Bentham, Albert E. 

Balton. Charles A., Buffalo, N. Y. Engine starter clutch. 
2,448,291, Aug. 31. 

Baltuch, Ben : See — 

Baltach, Abraham, and Baltuch. 

Baltz, William, Pocahontas, Ark. Suspended horse. 
2,437,015, Mar. 2. 

Baltzly, Richard, New JYork, and E. Lorz, Yonkers, as- 
signors to Burroughs Wellcome & Co. (U. S. A.) Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Substituted piperazines. 2,436,685, 
Feb. 24. 

Balzi, Clemente, P. Juravcoff, and C. H. Eistenpart, San 
Francisco, Calif., said Balzi and said Juravcoff assign- 
ors to said Ristenpart. Desk drawer for typewriters, 
including elevating typewriter supports. 2,455,156, 
Nov. 30. 

Bambas, Louis L., Grosse Pointe Woods, assignor to 
Parke, Davis & Company, Detroit, Mich. Process for 
obtaining thiosemicarbazide. 2,450,406, Oct. 5. 

Bamberger, Curt, Buffalo, assignor to Allied Chemical 
& Dye Corporation, New York, N. Y. Production of 
aminoanthraquinones. 2,443,885, June 22. 

Bamford, William P. : See — 

Pearse, John P., and Bamford. 

Bamford, William P., Maumee, and J. D. Hemley, assignors 
to Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Company, Toledo, Ohio. 
Apparatus for tempering glass sheets or plates. 
2,444,972, July 13. 

Bancroft, Howard S., Sharon, Pa. Gearless oscillating 
drive. 2.442,482, June 1. 

Bancroft, Howard S., Sharon, Pa. Pump. 2,449,832, 
Sept. 21. 

Bancroft, Joseph C, New York, N. Y. Scooter. 2,439,556, 
Apr. 13. 

Bandy, Roy W., Aspen, Colo. Filler cap support. 
2,452,713, Nov. 2. 

Baner, Oliver F., East Rochester, assignor to Gleason 
Works, Rochester, N. Y. Gear-cutting machine. 
2,444.551, July 6. 

Bangert, Charles, Jr. : See — 

Bazley, Carl E., and Bangert. 

Bangser, William, New York, N. Y., assignor to Maiman 
Company, Incorporated. Cloth-cutting machine. 
2,444,909, July 13. 

Banham, William F., London, England. Lock bolt oper- 
ated door fastener. 2.446.735, Aug. 10. 

Banigan, William A., Redding, Calif. Collapsible wild 
fowl decoy. 2,439.710, Apr. 13. 

Banister, Roland S., Kokomo, Ind. Wrench kit. 2,448,168, 
Aug. 31. 

Bank, Albert M., Jersev Cltv. N. J. Upholstery spring 
edge construction. 2,439,789, Apr. 20. 

Bankauf, William F., Bast Patterson, and II. B. Fisher, 
Belleville, N. J., assignors to Hewitt-Robins Incorpo- 
rated. Dewatering apparatus. 2,453,961, Nov. 16. 

Banker, Oscar H., assignor to New Products Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Automatic change-speed transmission. 
2,449,964, Sept. 21. 

Banker, Oscar II., Evanston, assignor to New Products 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Lockup one-way torsional 
force exerting device. 2,438,381, Mar. 23. 

Banker, Oscar H., Evanston, assignor to New Products 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Axially engaged speed re- 
sponsive clutch. 2,441,928, May 18. 

Banker, Oscar II.. Evanston, assignor to New Products 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Transmission. 2,447,552, 
Aug. 24. 

Banker, Oscar II.. Evanston, assignor to New Products 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Marine reversing gear. 
2,456,614, Doc. 21. b 

Bank of America National Trust and Savings Association, 
assignee : See — 

McKenzie, Wendell R. 
Bank of the Manhattan Company : See — 

Brogden, Ernest M. and R. E. 
Banks, Clarence K. : See — 

Hamilton, Cliff S., and Banks. 
Banks, Ephralm, Brooklyn, and J. Bland, Long Island 
Citj, X. V. Radium holder. 2,443,5!) 1. June 22. 



Banning, Lloyd H., Trojan, S. Dak., assignor to the United 
States of America as represented by the Secretary of 
Interior. V-opening screen. 2,443,176, June 15. 

Bannister, Walter L., Fort William, Ontario, assignor to 
L. W. Bennett, Port Arthur, Ontario, Canada. Stock- 
ing stretcher. 2,453,059, Nov. 2. 

Bannon, Joseph J., Jr., North Arlington, assignor to 
Tung-Sol Lamp Works, Inc., Newark, N. J. Manufac- 
ture of miniature thermionic devices. 2,445,755, July 
27. 

Banschbach, Edward A., Madison, Wis. Vehicle arrestor. 
2,435,919, Feb. 10. 

Banta, Henry M., assignor to Jones & Laughlin Steel Cor- 
poration, Pittsburgh, Pa. Manufacture of strain-insen- 
sitive steel. 2,438,798, Mar. 30. 

Bany, Herman, Lansdowne, Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Power and reactive volt-ampere regulat- 
ing arrangements for parallel-connected alternating cur- 
rent sources. 2,435,419, Feb. 3. 

Banyai, M., Limited, assignee : See — 
Banyai, Maurus. 

Banyai, Maurus, assignor to M. Banyai Limited. Glasgow, 
Scotland. Needle frame for gauze weaving looms. 
2,449,100, Sept. 14. 

Barabash, Elizabeth : See — 

Seymour, White, and Barabash. 

Baranowski, Frank, Jr., Boston, Mass., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Double concentric air gap per- 
manent magnet instrument. 2,440,535, Apr. 27. 

Barasch, Altina : See — 
Barasch, Erich and A. 

Barasch, Erich and A., New York, N. Y., now by change 
of name, E. and A. Barrett. Adjustable picture frame. 
2,442,967, June 8. 

Barbati, Guido J., Beverly, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Lockstitch 
sewing machine. 2,436,782, Mar. 2. 

Barber-Colman Company, assignee : See — 
Bullen, Clark V., and Anderson. 
Drake, Russell P. 
Kennedy, Walter W. 
Marcellug, Brooks. 
Marcellus, Brooks, and Peterson. 
Peterson, Burt A. 
Ransome, Stafford M. 
Stewart, Duncan J. 
Stewart. Duncan J., and Colman. 

Barber, Earl, assignor to Angelus Paper Box Company, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Folding box. 2,450,573, Oct. 5. 

Barber, Ethel P., Phoenix, Ariz. Machine for manu- 
facturing cement tile. 2,447,153, Aug. 17. 

Barber, Eugene F., Minneapolis, Minn. Sash hanger. 
2,455,546, Dec. 7. 

Barber, Everett M., Wappingers Falls, and J. B. Malin, 
Fishkill, assignors, by mesne assignments, to The Texas 
Company, New York, N. Y. Internal-combustion engine 
and operating. 2,448,950, Sept. 7. 

Barber, Harry J., Gidea Park, assignor to May & Baker 
Limited, Dagenham, England. Method of making amino- 
substituted acridines. 2,450,367, Sept. 28. 

Barber, Howard M., Pawcatuck, Conn., assignor to C. B. 
Cottrell & Sons Company, Westerly, R. I. Geared ad- 
justment means. 2,448,292, Aug. 31. 

Barber, Lonnie, assignor of one-half to (Mrs.) Irene 
Pritchett, Danville, Va. Aerial bomb. 2,434,452. 
Jan. 13. 

Barbour, Penner S. : See — 

Worthen, Eugene P., Barbour, and Putnam. 

Barbour Stockwell Company, assignee : See — 
Coffey, Roger T. 

Barbour, William R., Atlanta, Ga. Well reaming appa- 
ratus. 2,450,223, Sept. 28. 

Barcroft, William G., and M. L. Maas, Boulder, Colo. Hand 
motor with manually operated brake. 2,440,322, Apr. 
27. 

Bard, Francis N., assignee : See — 

Breitenstein, Victor W., and Ingebresten. 

Bard-Parker Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Arden, Thomas R. 

Barden, William A.. Waynesville, N. C. Support for golf 
bags. 2,453,565, Nov. 9. 

Bardin, Georges, Tournus, France ; vested in the Attorney 
General of the United States. Current-generating gear 
for pocket electric lamps. 2,437,675, Mar. 16. 

Bardin, Jesse H., Jackson, Miss. Outboard motor pan and 
cover. 2,434,784, Jan. 20. 

Bardou, Jacques : See — 

Bourret, Rene\ and Bardou. 

Bardwell, Carlos. Tooele, Utah, assignor to International 
Smelting & Refining Company, New York, N. Y. Delead- 
ing zinc-lead fume. 2,442,674, June 1. 

Bare, Martin K., and W. Stubblebine, Manheim Township, 
Lancaster County, assignors to Armstrong Cork Com- 
pany, Lancaster, Pa. Utilization of tall oil. 2,439,377, 
Apr. 13. 

Barfod, Frederlk : See — 

Wirth, Emil O., and Barfod. 

Barfod, Frederik, assignor to Bendix Aviation Corpora- 
tion, South Bend, Ind. Carburetor. 2,447,791, Aug. 24. 

Barfod, Frederik, assignor to Bendix Aviation Corpora- 
tion, South Bend, Ind. Fuel supply system. 2,456,603, 
Dec. 14. 



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Barfod, Frederik, and E. O. Wirth, assignors to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Fuel supply 
system. 2,445,846, July 27. 

Barfod, Frederik, and E. O. Wirth, assignors to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Fuel supply 
system. 2,452,627, Nov. 2. 

Barfod, Frederik, and E. 0. Wirth, assignors to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Fuel supply 
Bystem. 2,456,604, Dec. 14. 

Barford, Norman C. : See — 

Pearee, Albert F., and Barford. 

Barganz, Walter A., and E. W. Quirk, assignors to Brandt 
Automatic Cashier Company, Watertown, Wis. Coin 
counting machine. 2,437,721, Mar. 16. 

Barger, Fred H., Dayton, Ohio. Selective single control 
mechanism. 2,454,122, Nov. 16. 

Barham, Harold N., Manhattan, Kans., assignor to 
Sharpies Chemicals Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Chlorination 
of starch and products thereof. 2,448,510, Sept. 7. 

Barkelew, Richard C, Los Angeles, Calif. Resistance 
welding electrode and holder. 2,434,343, Jan. 13. 

-Barker, Edgar, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Machine for 
machining arcuate surfaces. 2,456,041, Dec. 14. 

Barker, George A., Rochester, N. Y. Muzzle brake for 
guns. 2,444,910, July 13. 

Barker, George A., Rochester, N. T. Explosive-operated 
shears. 2,446,994, Aug. 17. 

Barker, John L., Norwalk, Conn., assignor to Eastern 
Industries, Incorporated. Traffic detector. 2,441,554, 
May 18. 

Barker, Kenneth, Boise, Idaho. Combined scraper, grader, 
leveller, etc. 2,441,744, May 18. 

Barker, Martin J., San Francisco, Calif. Electrolytic 
amalgamator with adjustable electrodes. 2,442,753, 
June 8. 

Barker, Norris, Johannesburg, Transvaal, Union of South 
Africa. Stretching or shaping socks and similar foot 
coverings. 2,438,531, Mar. 30. 

Barker, Orrin : See — 

Trecker, Theodore, Arniitage, Barker, Riedel, and 
Boehmer. 

Barker, Robert S., Oakland, and L. N. Whitehill, Berkeley, 
assignors to Shell Development Company, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. Alkenyl esters of alkenoxy-substituted 
carboxylic acids and polymers thereof. 2,448,246, Aug. 
31. 

Barker, Seth S., Ottumwa, Iowa. Apparatus for convey- 
ing and assorting poultry according to weight. 2,435,706, 
Feb. 10. 

Barker, Seth S., Ottumwa, Iowa. Conveyer chain struc- 
ture. 2,446,685, Aug. 10. 

Barker, Virgil D., Westfield, N. J. Rotary pump. 2,451,603, 
Oct. 19. 

Barker, W. Ira, assignee : See — 
Smith, Harvey J. 

Barker, William A., and T. B. Clarke, Leicester, England, 
assignors to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flem- 
ington, N. J. Work shifting mechanism for heel-attach- 
ing machines. 2,451,529, Oct. 19. 

Barker, William M., Greece, assignor to General Railway 
Signal Company, Rochester, N. Y. Centralized traffic 
controlling system for railroads. 2,434,240, Jan. 13. 

Barkley & Dexter, assignee : See — 
Dexter, Robert G. 

Barkley, Robert Y., Weems, "Va. Sheave block with self- 
locking track slide. 2,453,357. Nov. 9. 

Barks, William, assignor to Clifford C. Stone, Detroit, 
Mich. Toolholder. 2,438,630, Mar. 30. 

Barler, Richard C, Goshen, and J. H. Yoder, Waterford, 
Ind. ; said Yoder assignor to said Barler. Sheet metai 
cabinet and making the same. 2,438,108, Mar. 23. 

Barley, Lyndle W., Colorado Springs, Colo. Multiple unit 
freezer cabinet. 2,449,101, Sept. 14. 

Barlow, Benjamin W., assignor to D. Napier & Son Limited, 
London, England. Compressor. 2,435,528, Feb. 3. 

Barlow, Elliott F., assignee : See — 
Paul. Nathan. 

Barlow, Everett W. : See — 

Barlow, Miriam C. and E. W. 

Barlow, George W., Salt Lake City, Utah. Screw driver 
having two-part expanding bit. 2,445,383, July 20. 

Barlow, Lillian E. R., New York, N. Y. Vehicle illumi- 
nator. 2,442,580, June 1. 

Barlow, Miriam C, Columbus. Ga., and E. W. Barlow, 
Sarasota, Fla. Brassiere. 2,440,426, Apr. 27. 

Barlow & Seeling Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 
Schroeder, Simon E. 

Barnard, Harlin W., Olean, N. Y., C. O. Johnson, and F. P. 
Carey, assignors to W. R. Case & Sons Cutlery Co., 
Bradford, Pa. Knife blade grinding machine. 2,456,482, 
Dec. 14. 

Barnard, Harold, Houston, Tex., assignor to The White- 
head Bros. Rubber Company. Piston. 2,452,714, 
Nov. 2. 

Barnard, Kenneth H., Short Hills, N. J., J. C. Balsbaugh, 
Newton, Mass., and M. J. Blackwood, Maplewood, 
N. J., assignors to Pacific Mills, Boston, Mass. Tex- 
tile material of comparatively low electric resistance 
and producing the same. 2,443,782, June 22. 

Barnard, Leon J. : See — 

Arms, Merton H., and Barnard. 

Barnard, Roy M., London, England, assignor to Inter- 
national Standard Electric Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Electrical condenser. 2,452,540, Nov. 2. 



Barner, Clarence E., Lakewood, assignor to The American 
Monorail Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Shielded electrified 
conveyer. 2,443,371, June 15. 

Barnes, Charles H., assignor to Remington Arms Com- 
pany, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Firearm receiver. 
^,455,644, Dec. 7. 

Barnes, Clarence E. : See — 

Barnes, Everett M. and C. E. 

Barnes, Elza C, Attica, Ind. Crosstie and rail fastening 
means. 2.446.899, Aug. 10. 

Barnes, Everett M. and C. E., New Paris, Ohio. Spindling 
device. 2,441,384, May 11. 

Barnes, Frederick A., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor 
to Bailey Meter Company. Welding control system. 
2,435,026, Jan. 27. 

Barnes, Frederick A., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor 
to Bailey Meter Company. Machine tool control. 
2,436,373, Feb. 24. 

Barnes, Harry M., Summit, assignor to General Foods 
Corporation, Hoboken, N. J. Glyceride oxidation inhib- 
ited by 5-pentadecyl resorcinol. 2,448,207, Aug. 31. 

Barnes, Harry M., Florham Park, assignor to General 
Foods Corporation, Hokoben, N. J. Stabilizing organic 
materials and product of said process. 2,448,208, Aug. 
31. 

Barnes, James A., Keokuk, Iowa. Sleeve cuff holding de- 
vice. 2,449,579, Sept. 21. 

Barnes, James F., trustee, assignee : See — 
Nyberg, Curt E. 

Barnes, James H., Glendale, Calif. Indexing mechanism. 
2,446,865, Aug. 10. 

Barnes, Joseph H., assignor to Delaware Rayon Company, 
New Castle, Del. Thread guide holder. 2,451,795, Oct. 
19. 

Barnes, Julius L., Allston, Mass. Valve. 2,449,833, Sept. 
21. 

Barnes, Malcolm H, and E. L. McCandless, Kenmore, 
N. Y., assignors to The Linde Air Products Company. 
Glossing corundum and spinel. 2,448,511, Sept. 7. 

Barnes Motor Developments Company, assignee : See — 
Barnes, William B. 

Barnes, Norman F., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Optical apparatus for showing 
rotating parts at rest. 2,454,959, Nov. 30. 

Barnes, Robert B. : See — 

Stamm, Robert F., Mariner, Barnes, and Stryker. 

Barnes, Robert B., Stamford, and G. P. Ham, Old Green- 
wich, Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid Company, 
New York, N. Y. Purification of fluids with silvered 
resins. 2,434,190, Jan. 6. 

Barnes, Robert R., and W. G. McCulloch, Candler, as- 
signors to American Enka Corporation, Enka, N. C. 
Stop motion mechanism. 2,447,553, Aug. 24. 

Barnes, Sydney H., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. 
Table cutlery handle. 2,440,136, Apr. 20. 

Barnes, Wallace A., Cleveland. Ohio, assignor to The 
Langenau Manufacturing Company. Spring latch 
mechanism. 2,448,409, Aug. 31. 

Barnes, Wilbur L., and J. J. Harrison, assignors to 
Michigan Carton Company, Battle Creek, Mich. Dis- 
pensing container. 2,449,046. Sept. 14. 

Barnes, William A., Dtica. N. Y., assignor to Utlca Drop 
Forge & Tool Corporation. Oil reservoir. 2,441,552, 
May 18. 

Barnes, William B., assignor to Barnes Motor Develop- 
ments Company, Muncie, Ind., a partnership consisting 
of W. B. and F. A. Barnes. Change-speed mechanism. 
2,444,691, July 6. 

Barnes, William B., assignor to Barnes Motor Develop- 
ments Company, Muncie, Ind. Clutch operating mech- 
anism. 2,450,391, Sept. 28. 

Barnes, William E., Beaumont, Tex., assignor to Sun Oil 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for measuring 
density of a thixotropic fluid. 2,451,604, Oct. 19. 

Barnes, William E., Beaumont, Tex., assignor to Sun Oil 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for measuring 
density of a thixotropic fluid. 2,451,605, Oct. 19. 

Barnett, Allan E. : See — 

Robey, Richard F., Fedirko, and Barnett. 

Barnett, Ben G., assignee : See — 
Westmoreland, Bascom B. 

Barnett, Benjamin : See — ■ 

Vaughan, William E., and Barnett. 

Barnett, Charles A., and J. M. Beyvl, assignors to The 
Foundry Equipment Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Appa- 
ratus for drying foundry molds. 2,453,400, Nov. 9. 

Barnett, Joseph J., assignor to Chase Candy Company, 
Chicago, 111. Tubular package forming and filling 
method and apparatus. 2,438,198, Mar. 23. 

Barnett, Louis, Brooklyn, assignor to Raylite Electric 
Corp., Long Island City, N. Y. Heat and light concen- 
trating holder for illuminated decorative lighting de- 
vices. 2,453,962, Nov. 16. 

Barnett, Robert S. : See — 

Ashburn, Harry V., Barnett, and Puryear. 

Barney, Arthur L., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Preparation of fluorine 
hydrocarbon compounds. 2,437,148, Mar. 2. 

Barney, Harold L., Madison, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Transversal filter. 2,451,465, Oct. 19. 

Barneycastle, Alexander E. : See — 

Fonville, John L., and Barneycastle. 



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Barnitz, Edward S., assignor to Distillation Products, Inc., 
Rochester, N. Y. Preparation of improved drying oils. 
2,437,343, Mar. 9. 

Barold, George, Belt & Associates : See — 
Vars, Ethan W. 

Baron. Stanley A., assignee : See — 
Ushakoff, Alexis E. 

Barone, Salvatore A., Freeport, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Jefferson Standard Broadcasting Com- 
pany. Carrier frequency shift signaling. 2,451,430, 
Oct. 12. 

Barr, Edgar E., North Woburn, assignor to Polaroid Cor- 
poration, Cambridge, Mass. Evaporating crucible for 
coating apparatus. 2,447,789, Aug. 24. 

Barr, Edgar E., North Woburn, and C. D. West, assignors 
to Polaroid Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. Birefrin- 
gent solid film comprising intimate mixture of minute 
particles of isophthalic acid and terephthalic acid and 
manufacture. 2,447,790, Aug. 24. 

Barr. Francis A., assignee : See — 
Barsh, Walter V. 

Barr, Frank T. : See — 

Scharmann, Walter G., and Barr. 

Barr, Frank T., Summit, N. J., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Standard Catalytic Company. Production of 
hydrogen. 2,449,635, Sept. 21. 

Barr, Frank T., Summit, and Walter G. Scharmann, West- 
field, N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development Com- 
pany. Two-stage synthesis of hydrocarbons. 2,434,537, 
Jan. 13. 

Barr, James A., Evanston, 111., and W. A. Smith, Carlsbad, 
N. Mex., assignors to International Minerals & Chemical 
Corporation. Potassium sulphate manufacture. 

2,437.182, Mar. 2. 

Barr, Louis L., Pittsburgh, Pa. Stirrer for cooking vessels. 
2,449,578, Sept. 21. 

Barr & Stroud, assignee : See — 
Strang, John M., and Bull. 

Barrett, Altina, by change of name : See — - 
Barasch, Erich and A. 

Barrett. Charles D., and C. K. Whitehead, Altoona, Pa. 
Snubbed bolster car truck. 2,446,506, Aug. 3. 

Barrett, Dora E., El Centro, Calif. Poultry feeder. 
2,440,243, Apr. 27. 

Barrett, Eric, by change of name : See — 
Barasch, Erich and A. 

Barrett. Guy, Bosham, near Chichester, assignor to 
Wycliffe Foundry & Engineering Company Limited, 
Lutterworth, Leicestershire", England. Reversing gear. 
2,455,547, Dec. 7. 

Barrett, William, International Falls, assignor to Minne- 
sota and Ontario Paper Company, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Apparatus for coating paper. 2,457,433, Dec. 28. 

Barrick, James G., Ossian, Ind. Punch. 2,446,801, Aug. 
10. 

Barrick, Paul L., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Cyanocyclobutane deriva- 
tives. 2,437,289, Mar. 9. 

Barrick, Paul L., Wilmington, Del., and R. E. Christ, 
Elizabeth, N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Halogenation of fluorin- 
ated compounds. 2.436.135, Feb. 17. 

Barrick. Paul L., and R. D. Cramer, assignors to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Poly- 
fluoro four-carbon atom ring carboxylic acids and deriva- 
tives. 2,441,128, May 11. 

Barridon Oil Burner Corporation, assignee : See — 
Levine, Gnbriel Z. 

Barron, Leon, assignee : See — 
Dowell, Henry L. 

Barron, Milford : See — 

Brown, Harry M., and Barron. 

Barrow, Llewellyn L., TJ. S. Army, Camp Edwards, Mass. 
Pharmaceutical preventive and remedy for motion sick- 

• ness. 2,434.635. Jan. 20. 

Barrow, Wilmcr L., Concord, Mass., assignor to Research 
Corporation. New York, N. Y. Electromagnetic horn. 
Re. 23,003, May 25. 

Barrow, Wilmer L., Newton, Mass., assignor to Sperry 
Gyroscope Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Synchro- 
nized radio transmission. 2,435,569, Feb. 10. 

Barrow, Wilmer L., Concord, Mass., and W. W. Mleher, 
Mlneola, N. Y., assignors to The Sperry Corporation. 
Ultra high frequency device. 2,454,761, Nov. 30. 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington-Gould 
Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Brake beam support. 
2,430,738, Feb. 24. 

Barrows, Donald S., assignor to The Symington-Gould 
Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Brake beam support. 
2,447,458, Aug. 17. 

Barrows, Robert S., Claymont, assignor to E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Emulsion 
polymerization of 2-chloro-l,3-butadiene in the presence 
of tetraalkyl - diamino - diphenyl - methanes. 2,456,243, 
Dec. 14. 

Barry, Arthur J., assignor to The Dow Chemical Company, 
Midland, Mich. Higher alkoxy-silicon halides. 2,438,736, 
Mar. 30. 

Barry, Arthur W., Los Angeles, Calif. Rivet set retainer 

spring. 2,445,5.") 1, July 20. 
Barry, Louis J., and W. S. Hegamyer, Middletown, R. I. 

Torpedo. 2,453,828, Nov. 16. 



Barry, William C. : See — 

Dunsheath, Percy, and Barry. 

Barsh, Walter V., Indiantown Gap, Pa., assignor to F. A. 
Barr, Laurelton, Long Island, N. Y. Meter reading 
annunciator. 2,435,066, Jan. 27. 

Barshdorf, Harry O., Adams, assignor to Sprague Electric 
Company, North Adams, Mass. Electrical seal. 
2,449,759, Sept. 21. 

Barsky, George, assignor to E. F. Drew & Co., Inc.. New 
York, N. Y. Flashless propellant powder composition. 
2,439,281, Apr. 6. 

Barstow, Carl A., Anoka, Minn., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Argus, Incorporated, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Making sparking wheels. 2,455,348, Dec. 7. 

Bartelheim, Leland A., Berwyn, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. At- 
taching electrical terminals to Insulator cards. 
2,441,181, May 11. 

Bartelheim, Leland A., Berwyn, and M. W. Lane, Chicago, 
111., assignors to Western Electric Company, Incorpo- 
rated, New York, N. Y. Assembling arcuate terminal 
banks. 2,438,959, Apr. 6. 

Bartelheim, Leland A., Berwyn, M. W. Lane, Chicago, 111., 
and R. F. Mallina, Hastings-on-Hudson, N. Y., said 
Bartelheim and said Lane assignors to Western Electric 
Company, Incorporated, said Mallina assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Making selective switch banks. 2,444,026, June 29. 

Bartelink, Everhard H. B., Bronxville, assignor to General 
Telephone Corporation, New York, N. Y. Signaling and 
control system for carrier telephone trunk circuits. 
2,454,498, Nov. 23. 

Bartelink, Everhard H. B., Bronxville, assignor to General 
Telephone Corporation, New York, N. Y. Signaling 
system for two-way dialing over radio and carrier tele- 
phone circuits. 2,457,434, Dec. 28. 

Bartell, Ernest J., Rome, N. Y. Saw gauge. 2,455,464, 
Dec. 7. 

Bartgis, James E., Jr., Frederick, Md. Mine. 2,450,407, 
Oct. 5. 

Barth, Elmer J. : See — 

Peterson. Carl D., and Barth. 

Barth, Robert H. : See — 

Remensnyder, John P., Bowman, and Barth. 
Snow, John E., Barth, and Boesel. 

Barth, Robert H., Ridgewood, N. J., assignor to Heyden 
Chemical Corporation, New York, N. Y. Ester-acetals 
of polypentaerythritols. 2,446,257. Aug. 3. 

Barth, Robert H., Ridgewood, and H. Burrell, Paramus, 
N. J., assignors to Heyden Chemical Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Mixed esters of polyhydric alcohols. 
2,441,555, May 18. 

Barth, Theodore H, New York, N. Y., assignor to United 
States of America, as represented by the Secretary of 
the Navy. Synchronizing bomb sight. 2,438,532, Mar. 
30. 

Barthel, William F., College Park, Md., assignor to the 
United States of America, as represented by the Secre- 
tary of Agriculture. Plural section distillation column 
with top feed. 2,438,988, Apr. 6. 

Bartholomew, Charles J., Birmingham, assignor to Ford 
Motor Company, Dearborn, Mich. Enamel composi- 
tion. 2,454,123, Nov. 16. 

Bartholomew, Robert J., assignor to Fletcher Works In- 
corporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Twisting machine. 
2,445,721, July 20. 

Bartholomew, Robert J., assignor to Fletcher Works Incor- 
porated, Philadelphia, Pa. Bobbin lifter. 2,450,074, 
Sept. 28. 

Bartholomew, Robert J., assignor to Fletcher Works, 
Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Tape loom. 2,453,181, 
Nov. 9. 

Bartholomew, Warren F., Michigan City, Ind., assignor 
to Joy Manufacturing Company. Vehicle support. 
2,446,321, Aug. 3. 

Bartholy, Frederick E., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Radio 
direction and range indicator. 2,447,728, Aug. 24. 

Bartle, George R. : See — 

Schoot, Donald E., and Bartle. 

Bartlett, C. O., & Snow Company, The, assignee : See — 
Hofmann, Maximilian P. 

Bartlett. C. O., and Snow Company, The, assignee : See — 
Hofmann, Maximilian P. 

Bartlett, David, Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Synchro- 
nized timer. 2,442,256, May 25. 

Bartlett, Edward P., and H. C. Duus, assignors to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Cooling internal-combustion engines. 2,436,281, Feb. 
17. 

Bartlett, Forrest A., Gardena, Calif. Automatic telegraph 
key. 2,437,497, Mar. 9. 

Bartlett, Kenneth M., and E. G. Pekarek, assignors to 
Thompson Products, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Making 
hollow poppet valves. 2,452,628, Nov. 2. 

Barton, George, Racine, Wis., assignor to Buxton, Incorpo- 
rated, Springfield, Mass. Flexible pocket receptacle. 
2,437,587, Mar. 9. 

Barton, George A. : See — 

Clammor, Edward S., Ackerman, and Barton. 



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Barton, George G., assignor to Hartmann Company, 
Racine, Wis. Frame construction for soft-sided lug- 
gage. 2,454,985, Nov. 30. 

Barton, Hugh M., Jr. : See — 

De Boisblanc, Deslonde R., and Barton. 

Barton, Loy E., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Electroacoustical transducer. 
2,450,104, Sept. 28. 

Barton, Raymond W., assignor to Mead Johnson and Com- 
pany, Evansville, Ind. Closure. 2,455,645, Dec. 7. 

Barton, Richard E., Maplewood, N. J., assignor to Rope- 
Soles, Inc., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for producing 
sheet material. • 2,442,946, June 8. 

Barton, William N. : See — 

Eslinger, Wallace V., and Barton. 

Bartson, Alfred J. : See — 

Stegall, Wilbur D., Bruton, and Bartson. 

Bascom, Henry M., and F. A. Hubbard, deceased, Maple- 
wood, N. J., by G. M. Hubbard, executrix, assignors to 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Digit registering means responsive to selective 
frequencies. 2,434,898, Jan. 27. 

Bascom, Henry M., New York, R. F. Massonneau, Scars- 
dale, B. Ostendorf, Jr., Jamaica, and W. T. Rea, Man- 
basset, assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Signaling system. 2,438,492, 
Mar. 30. 

Bascom, Roger C, Port Clinton, Ohio, assignor to Rubatex 
Products, Inc., New York, N. Y. Vulcanization. 
2,452,347, Oct. 26. 

Basdekis, Costas H., Springfield, Mass., assignor to Mon- 
santo Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Halostyrene 
polymers. 2,435,767, Feb. 10. 

Baseler, Emery E., Hollywood, Calif. Mechanical chip- 
ping tool. 2,436,541, Feb. 24. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Disc brake-for railway vehicles. 2,436,136, 
Feb. 17. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Brake cylinder mounting. 2,449,636, Sept. 
21. 

Baselt, Walter H., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Cooled brake rotor. 2,451,709, Oct. 19. 

Basescu, Arthur, Brooklyn, N. Y. Mold form. 2,446,404, 
Aug. 3. 

Bash, John M., Chicago, 111. Censer. 2,456,244, Dec. 14. 

Basham, Cecil L., Athens, Ga. Electrical connector. 
2,452,422, Oct. 26. 

Basham, Lawrence H., Alderson, W. Va. Detachable han- 
dle for knives, hatchets, etc. 2,439,071, Apr. 6. 

Bashara, Laurence A., Portage Township, St. Joseph 
County, Ind. Burr-cutting tool. 2,450,075, Sept. 28. 

Basic Refractories, Inc., assignee : See — 
Schoenlaub, Robert A. 

Basista, Theodore J., Westfleld, Mass. Device for ad- 
justing breaker units. 2,453,774, Nov. 16. 

Baskerville, Ralph J. : See — 

Spiro, Benjamin E., and Baskerville. 

Baskin, Charles M., Toronto, Ontario, Canada, assignor to 
Standard Oil Development Company. Making bitumen 
coated fibrous material. 2,438,890, Apr. 6. 

Bass, Arthur P., Newark, N. J. Tool for removing wire 
insulation. 2,452,423, Oct. 26. 

Bass, Milton : See — 

Mann, Alex, and Bass. 

Bassani, Laurent and Gaston Gagnepain, Paris, France. 
Color cinematography on lenticular films. 2,451,902, 
Oct. 19. 

Bassereau, Georges, assignor to Societe D'Etude Pour 
l'lndustrie Du Magnesium, Paris, France. Process and 
apparatus for the vacuum production of magnesium. 
2,446,403, Aug. 3. 

Bassett, Charles H., assignor to Crane Co., Chicago, 111. 
Manufacturing valves. 2,448,483, Aug. 31. 

Bassett, Edward H., West Hartford, assignor to The Silex 
Company, Hartford, Conn. Combination steaming and 
pressing iron. 2.434.097, Jan. 6. 

Bassett, Glenn C., Brighton, N. Y. Eaves trough attach- 
ing mechanism. 2,434,754, Jan. 20. 

Bassett Research Corporation, assignee : See — 
Strandhagen, Harry I. 

Bassford, Henry H., Jr. : See — 

Mahoney, John F., and Bassford. 

Bassford, Henry H., Jr., Elizabeth, assignor to Merck & 
Co., Inc., Rahwax, N. J. Recovering an ascorbic acid 
compound. 2,444,087, June 29. 

Bassick Company, The, assignee : See — 
. Evans, Sanford. 

Bassingdale, Isaac B.. Grasscroft, England. Shuttle for 
carpet looms. 2,439,594, Apr. 13. 

Bassinger, Ross, and O. A. Wright, Houston, Tex. ; said 
Bassinger assignor to said Wright. Drying method. 
2.444,588, July 6. 

Bastian-Blessine Company, The, assignee : See — 
Buttner, William C. 
Buttner, William C, and Allshouse. 
Buttner, William C, and Norway. 
Buttner, William C, and Sundstrom. 
Connell. William S.. Boettcher, and Holman 
Fredrick, Raymond R. 
Johnson, Herman K. 
McMahon, Alexander F. 



Bastien, Paul C. : See — 

Wharam, John J., and Bastien. 
Bastis, Christ, assignee : See — 

Sundel, Samuel. 
Baston, Cyril E., Irwin, assignor to Westinghouse Electric 
f ^ ^^ "-' Ea ^ Pittsburgh, Pa. Control device. 
2,434,538, Jan. 13. 
Baston, Cyril E., Irwin, assignor to Westinghouse Electric 
o/o^ ^ 10 ^ Bas A Pittsburgh, Pa. Control apparatus. 
.£, 437,991, Mar. 16. 
Batchelar, Raymond F. : See — 

Baker, Samuel S., and Batchelar. 
Ba &? ne i d , er ' ( l? or r ge w - Mantua, and A. W. Hawkins 
Woodbury, N. J assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 

B % t hfne Alb |437 H 676 E U t r 3 . r i6 111 - P1St ° n ^ b ° ring ma ' 
Bates, Beulah H., assignee: See — 

Bates, Walter A. and W. A Jr 
Bates, C. J., & Son. assignee : See — 

Bates, Wells C. 
Bates, J> onald > Baker, Oreg. Heel sander. 2,435 642 
.c eo. 10. * 

Ba o e fl™$Ji T a R -' £ ansing ' Micb ~ Fishhook extractor. 

A 447, 554, Aug. 24. 

Bates, Harold S., Philadelphia, and S. A. Robinson Upper 
Darby^ assignors to Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, 

■d ? a - Crystal mounting. 2,457,338, Dec. 28. 

Bates, John R., Swarthmore, Pa., assignor to Houdry 
Process Corporation Wilmington Del. Residual hydr£ 
carbon treatment. Re. 22,957, Jan 6 "yuro 

Bates, John R., Swarthmore, Pa., assignor to Houdrv 
Process Corporation Wilmington, Del Treatment of 
alkali metal salts. Re. 23,017, July 27 
H^Ia^ 11 ^-' Swarthmore, assignor to Sun Oil Company, 
2,434 634 Jan 20 Pr0 < ductl0n of high octall e gasolines: 

Bates, John R., Swarthmore, Pa., assignor to Houdrv 
Process Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Catalysis of hy- 
drocarbons. 2,454,369, Nov 23 y 

Ba Nov 9- ildred R - 0rallge . N - J- Brassiere. 2,453,296, 

Ba 2 t ,i4,| a 2 1 fjan C -6. Y ° EkerS ' * * Swtom * g device. 

Bates, Walter A., jr. : See — 

Bates, Walter A. and W. A., Jr. 

Bates, Walter A. and W. A., Jr., assignors to B. H. Bates, 
i° llet '„i u - Locking means for floor armor 2 443 589 
June 22 ' a,,J ™' 

Bates, Wells C assignor to C. J. Bates & Son, Chester 
2,453,739 Nov""^ plastic - coated fitting needles! 

Batesole, Dwight E.', Glenbrook, assignor to Norma-Hoff- 
mann Bearings Corporation, Stamford, Conn Skate 
wheel structure. 2,440,650, Apr. 27. 

Bath, Cyril J Chagrin Falls, assignor to The Cyril Bath 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Contour forming machine 
2^4,718, July 6** ^^ With metal " blank attached. 

Bath, Cyril J Cleveland, Ohio. Method and apparatus 

sio r n COn 2 t , 444,7l9? 1 Ju?y t 6. d ^ St ° Ck WMe Under te ™ 
Bath, Cyril J.'cieveland, Ohio, assignor to The Cyril Bath 

Company. Bolster block. 2,456,856, Dec. 21 
Batina Charles C, Chicago, 111. Door and ' latch for 

tumbler washers. 2,438,597, Mar. 30 
Batina Charles C, Chicago, 111. Tumbling drum foi 

laundry machines. 2,438,737, Mar. 30 

Ma"' ?6 SCaf E " NeW Y ° rk ' N ' Y ' SUde ™ le - 2 > 437 > 722 > 

Battelle Development Corporation, assignee : See 

Faust, Charles L., and Miller. 
Pray, Henry A. H., Igelsrud, and Simard. 
Sherman. Ralph A. 
Batten, Percy H assignee, trustee, et al. : See — 

Lysholm, Alf. 
Battista, Orlando A., Claymont, assignor to American 
Viscose Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Forming porous 
artificial masses. 2,439,034, Apr 6 
Battista, Orlando A., Claymont, assignor to American 
Viscose Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Extrusion mold- 
ing of viscose products. 2,440,323, Apr. 27 
Battley Edwin R„ and G. E. McCoy, Montreal, Quebec, 
oia!S n«o Befngerant tank for refrigerator carsl 
.<5,434,062, Jan. 6. 

Battley, Edwin R., and G. E. McCoy, Montreal, Quebec, 
Lanada. Hatch plug for closing openings in ice con- 
tainers of refrigerator cars. 2,453,294, Nov 9 

Battley .Edwin R., and G. E. McCoy, Montreal, Quebec, 
Canada. Ice container for refrigerator cars. 2,453,295, 

Ba iink. J I'^BbT^Jrfy 20?" Self - cleaning nonskld cross 
Baubach, M. b'., assignee : See — 

O'Leary, Jerry. 
Bauders. Ray, Kewanee, 111. Wagon chute. 2,439,961, 

Baudry, Rene A., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Dynamo- 
electric machine. 2,456,612, Dec. 21. 

Bauer, Alexander, assignee : See — 
Hurst, George L. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Bauer, Benjamin B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Sbure Brothers, Incorporated, Chicago, 111. Magnetic 
translating device. 2,454,425, Nov. 23. 
Bauer, Benjamin B., Oak Park, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Snure Brothers Incorporated, Chicago, 111. 
Stylus construction. 2,455,913, Dec. 14. 
Bauer, Ernest K. : See — ■ 

Kreamer, William H., Klingener, and Bauer. 
Bauer, Ernest K., Meadville, Pa., assignor to American 
Viscose Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Coating device. 
2,442,335, June 1. 

Bauer. Ernest K., Meadville, Pa., assignor to American 
Viscose Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Tension con- 
trolled filament feeding means. 2,442,336, June 1. 

Bauer, Harold E. : See — 

Rodack, James, and Bauer. 

Bauer, Jordan V., Elmwood Park, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Stein, Hall & Co., Inc. Flour product 
and the preparation thereof. 2,443,290, June 15. 
Bauer, La Verne N. : See — 

Neher, Harry T., and Bauer. 
Bauer, Oliver F. : See — 

Turner, Lyman H., Bauer, and Michelson. 
Bauer, Oscar W. : See — 

Teter, John W., and Bauer. 

Bauer, Oscar W., and J. W. Teter, Chicago, 111., assignors 
to Sinclair Refining Company, New York, N. Y. Produc- 
tion of trichloroacetamide. 2,443,291, June 15. 

Bauer, Oscar W., and J. W. Teter, Chicago, 111., assignors 
to Sinclair Refining Company, New York, N. Y. Am- 
monolysis of monochloralkyl nitriles. 2,443,292, June 
15. 

Bauer, Robert F., and H. J. Matthews, assignors to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Process 
and apparatus for treating bituminous sands. 
2,453,060, Nov. 2. 

Bauer, Russell E., Detroit, assignor to Cadillac Gage Com- 
pany, Grosse Pointe Woods, Mich. Micrometer height 
gage fixture. 2,440,710, May 4. 

Bauer, Russell L., Brentwood, Mo. Hair drier. 2,456,669, 
Dec. 21. 

Bauer, Walter C, Chevy Chase, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Briggs Filtration Company, Bethesda, 
Md. Filtering system. 2,447,680, Aug. 24. 

Bauer, William, assignor to The Tappan Stove Company, 
Mansfield, Ohio. Concealed venting means for stoves. 
2,452,715. Nov. 2. 

Bauer, William G., New York, N. Y. Locking device. 
2,441,864, May 18. 

Baugh, Raymond N., Bridgeport, and R. F. Wycinowski, 
Fairfield, Conn. Tipup for ice fishing. 2,448,346, Aug. 
31. 

Baughman, George W., assignor to The Union Switch & 
Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Approach signal sys- 
tem. 2,454,687, Nov. 23. 

Baughn, Arthur T., Portland, Oreg. Lamp. 2,441,986, 
May 25. 

Bault, William V., Watseka, 111. Chuck. 2,450.931, Oct. 
12. 

Baum, Charles A., Hamilton, Ohio. Caster. 2,437,588, 
Mar. 9. 

Baum, Horace L., St. Louis, Mo. Blowtorch with continu- 
ously burning vaporizer and igniter. 2,442,394, June 1. 

Baum, Joseph L., Hartford, Conn. Toy bank. 2,448,951, 
Sept. 7. 

Baum, Nathaniel L., and J. Wynkoop, assignors to Turco 
Products, Inc., Los Angeles, Calif. Paint remover. 
2,443,173, June 15. 

Baum, Robert A. : See — 

MacRill, John R., and Baum. 

Baum, W. A., Co., Inc., assignee : See — 
Hanafin, Joseph D. 

Bauman, John J., Abington, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Hu- 
midity control. 2,440,628, Apr. 27. 

Bauman, John J., Abington, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Con- 
trolled humidity refrigerator. 2,442,188, May 25. 

Bauman, John J., Abington, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Alarm 
system for electric refrigerators. 2,447,893, Aug. 24. 

Bauman, John J., Abington, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Electric 
refrigerator alarm system. 2,447,894, Aug. 24. 

Bauman, John J., Abington, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Philco Corporation, Philadelphia. Pa. Alarm 
system for electric refrigerators. 2,447.895. Aug. 24. 

Bauman, John J., Abington, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Philco Corporation, Philadelphia. Pa. 
Humidity control means responsive to movements of a 
refrigerator door. 2,450,823, Oct. 5. 

Bauman, John J., Abington, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Philco Corporation. Philadelphia, Pa. Re- 
frigerator having a heat dissipating device for the elec- 
tric motor thereof. 2,451,903, Oct. 1!). 

Bauman, John J., Abington, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Re- 
frigerator humidity control. 2,454,855, Nov. 30. 

Bauman, Karl, Mere, Knutsford, assignor to Metropolltan- 
Vlckers Electrical Company Limited, London, England. 
Axial How compressor. 2,450,745, Oct. 5. 

Banman, William C. : See — 

Hornbacher, Herbert G., and Bauman. 



Baumann, Frederick W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to- 
General Electric Company. Alternating current com- 
mutator machine. 2,457,517, Dec. 28. 
Baumer, Henry A., assignor to Stackpole Carbon Com- 
pany, St. Marys, Pa. Push button switch. 2,441,614, 
May 18. 
Baumgardner, Earl J., Marion, Iowa, assignor to H. A. 
Douglas Mfg. Co., Bronson, Mich. Coupling. 2,444,888, 
July 6. 
Baumgartner, Andrew B. : See — ■ 

Eicove, Joseph M., and Baumgartner. 
Baumgartner, Walter, Bellflower, Calif. Calculating de- 
vice. 2,448.410, Aug. 31. 
Baumner, William L., Jr., Jenkintown, Pa. Dispenser. 

2,455,212, Nov. 30. 
Bauroth, Walter J., Columbus, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Jeffrey Manufacturing Company. 
Switch and plug box. 2,441,465, May 11. 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company, assignee : See- 
Bouchard, Samuel E. 
Enter, Harold J. 
Flint, Edward F. 
Frost, Wright W. 
Pestrecov, Konstantin. 
Markell, Stanley. 
Sharp, John V., and Boughton. 
Wittlg, Carl H. O. 
Bautz, Frederick, Chicago, 111., assignor to International 
Harvester Company. Superfinishing device for curved 
surfaces. 2.435,565, Feb. 10. 
Bauwens, Romain, Burton, Wash. Electric fuse box 

2,447,049, Aug. 17. 
Baviey, ADraham : See — 

Mueller, Fritz W. H., and Baviey. 
Baviey, Abraham, Binghamton, assignor to General Ani- 
line & Film Corporation, New York, N. Y. Acetyl N- 
heterocyclic couplers for color photography. 2,435 173 
Jan. 27. 

Baviey, Abraham, Binghamton, assignor to General Aniline 

& Film Corporation, New York, N. Y. 4,4'-bis(pyraz- 

olone-1-carboxamide and thiocarboxamide) couplers for 

color photography. 2,435,550, Feb. 3. 
Baxter, Benjamin, and S. M. Kandarian, Fowler. Calif 

Safety valve. 2,446,626, Aug. 10. 
Baxter, Berry A., Altadena, Calif. Filter and demother. 

2,450,368, Sept. 28. 
Baxter, Don, Inc., assignee : See — 

Evans, Newton. 
Baxter, Howard F., Grand Rapids, Mich. Compartmented 

laundry bag provided with identifying legends. 

2,437,149, Mar. 2. 6 

Baxter, Jack E., Mariemont, Ohio. Display structure. 

2,445,552, July 20. 
Baxter Laboratories, Inc., assignee : See — 
Brandon, Wayne D. 
Nesset, Naurice M. 
Baxter, Roberta J., assignee, et al. : See — 

Smith. George B. 
Bay Chemical Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

LIppman, Alfred, Jr., Comstock, and Benjamin. 
Bay, Thomas J., U. S. Navy. Engine cooling system and 

apparatus. 2,446,995, Aug. 17. 
Bayer, Charles H., Wynnewood, Pa., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Interlocking mechanism. 2,444 240, 

June 29. 
Bayler, Howard O. : See — 

Shoemaker, Robert M., and Bayler. 
Baylin, Samuel, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Apparatus for 

polishing knitting needles and the like. 2,435,488, Feb. 3. 
Baylis, Albert H. : See — 

Lindstrom. Ture and Baylis. 
Baymiller, John W., Manheim Township, Lancaster 

County, assignor to Armstrong Cork Company, 

Lancaster, Pa. Textile fiber drafting element. 2,450,408, 

Oct. 5. 
Baymiller, John W., Manheim Township, Lancaster 

County, assignor to Armstrong Cork Company, 

Lancaster, Pa. Roll cover for textile fiber drafting. 

2.450.409, Oct. 5. 

Baymiller, John W., Manheim Township, Lancaster 
County, assignor to Armstrong Cork Company, 
Lancaster, Pa. Roll cover for textile fiber drafting. 

2.450.410, Oct. 5. 

Baymiller, John W., Manheim Township, Lancaster County, 
assignor to Armstrong Cork Company, Lancaster, Pa. 
Making textile units for fiber drafting. 2,455,349, 
Dec. 7. 

Bays, George S., assignor to Stanolind Oil and Gas Com- 
pany, Tulsa, Okla. Density indicating apparatus. 
2,434,098, Jan. 6. 

Baysinger, Royal D., Rockford, and L. W. Fulton, South' 
Beloit, assignors to George D. Roper Corporation, Rock- 
ford, III. Core making machine. 2,457,196, Dec. 28. 

Bazelon, Jacob L., Chicago, 111. Shampoo board. 

2.451.652. Oct. 19. 

Bazelon, Jacob L., Chicago, HI. Shampoo board. 

2.451.653. Oct. 19. 

Bazett, Henry C, Haverford, Pa., and P. A. Siple, U. S. 
Army, Arlington, Va. Protective clothing. 2,433,834, 
Jan. 6. 

Bazley, Carl E., Schenectadv, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Circuit breaker. 2,450,268, Sept. 



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Bazley, Carl E., Schenectady, and C. Bangert, Jr., Ballston 
Spa, N. Y., assignors to General Electric Company. 
Shockproof support. 2,454,538, Nov. 23. 

Beach, Fred S. and Rose B., Charlotte, Mich. Consump- 
tion register for meters. 2,448,411, Aug. 31. 

Beach. Leland K. : See — 

Morrell, Charles E., and Beach. 

Beach, Leland K., Mountainside, N. J., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Production of alkyl 
cyanides. 2,451,314. Oct. 12. 

Beach, Leland K., Mountainside, N. J., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Selective copper solvent 
for diolefin extraction. 2,456,723, Dec. 21. 

Beach, Lennox F. : See — - 

Braddon, Frederick D., and Lennox. 

Beach, Ralph M. : See — 

Robinson, Edwin A., and Beach. 

Beach, Robin, Brooklyn, N. Y. Elimination of static elec- 
tricity. 2,449,972, Sept. 28. 

Beach, Rose B. : See — 
Beach, Fred S. and R. B. 

Beach, Walter A., assignor to Cardox Corporation, Chicago, 
111. Fire extinguishing method. 2,452,348, Oct. 26. 

Beacham, Edwin B., Eastern, Pa. Stocking and produc- 
tion. 2,435,489, 'Feb. 3. 

Beacham, Thomas E., London, England. Control gear 
for hydraulic pumps. 2,436,544, Feb. 24. 

Beacham, Thomas E., London, England. Fuel pump. 
2,451,055, Oct. 12. 

Beachler, Edward D., assignor to Beloit Iron Works, Beloit, 
Wis. Rotating tool lathe. 2,451,147. Oct. 12. 

Beadle. Buell W. : See — 

Kraybill, Henry R., and Beadle. 

Beager, Arthur and E. W., New York, N. Y. Vacuum 
cleaner bag. 2,435,490, Feb. 3. 

Beager, Arthur and E. W., New York, N. Y. Vacuum 
cleaner bag. 2,449,102, Sept. 14. 

Beager, Elizabeth W. : See — 
Beager, Arthur and E. W. 

Beall. Benjamin S. : See — 

Boisseau, Alexander C, and Beall. 

Boisseau, Alexander C, Beall, Frank, and Lowery. 

Beall, Charles R., Edgewood, assignor to The Union Switch 
& Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Speed controlled 
motor-driven gate. 2,451,373, Oct. 12. 

Beals, Gillson W., assignor to The Miller Company, 
Meriden, Conn. Lighting fixture cover. 2,455,107, Nov. 
30. 

Beam, Chester F., Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada. Auto- 
mobile sanding device. 2,449,525, Sept. 14. 

Beam, Donald L., Dayton, Ohio. Combined support, sepa- 
rable fastener, and vibration insulator. 2,442,754, 
JuDe 8. 

Beam, Ronald J., Detroit, Mich. Tire making and building 
apparatus. 2,443,551, June 15. 

Beam, Vilynn O., assignor to Minneapolis-Honeywell Reg- 
ulator Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Electronic ap- 
paratus. 2,448,504, Aug. 31. 

Beam, Vilynn O.. assignor to Minneapolis-Honeywell Reg- 
ulator Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Control device. 
2,455,350, Dec. 7. 

Beam. Vilynn O., and J. SI. Wilson, assignors to Minne- 
apolis-Honeywell Regulator Company, Minneapolis, 
Minn. Fire detecting apparatus. 2,455,351, Dec. 7. 

Bean, Frank R., assignor to F. A. Smith Manufacturing 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Fluid operated switch as- 
sembly. 2,445,756, July 27. 

Bean, Frederic R., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Photographic developer containing di- 
sodium salts of monohydric phenol monoacids. 
2,444.803, July 6. 

Bean, Frederic R., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Preparing aminophenols. 2,446,519, 
Aug. 10. 

Bean, Morris, assignor to Antioch College, M. Bean, X 
Bean, A. D. Henderson, A. E. Morgan, and W. Beatty, 
all of Yellow Springs, Ohio. Casting light metals. 
2,435.121. Jan. 27. 

Bean, Morris, Yellow Springs, Ohio. Molding flexible 
patterns. 2,435,643, Feb. 10. 

Beau, Roscoe D., Red Bank, N. J., assignor to Signal Engi- 
neering & Manufacturing Company, New York, N. Y. 
Warning signal system for refrigerators. 2,439,331, 
Apr. 6. 
Bean, Ruric N., assignor to Cameron Iron Works, Houston, 
Tex. Sealing and testing well head connections. 
2,443,944, June 22. 

Bean, Xarifa, assignee, et al. : See — - 

Bean, Morris. 
Bear, Fred B., Detroit, Mich. Takedown bow. 2,457,793, 
Dec. 28. 

Bear Brand Hosiery Co., assignee : See — 
Shea, Frederick M. 

Bear Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 
South, Chester. 

Beard. Charles L., Lancaster, Pa. Motor operated multiple 

blade shears. 2,434,308, Jan. 13. 
Beard, Edward A., Marseilles, 111. Animal poke. 2,442,992, 

June 8. 
Beard, Edward A.. Marseilles. 111. Electric fence insulator. 

2,451,530. Oct. 19. 
Beard. Edward S., Spring City, Pa. Textile spreader. 
2,450,932. Oct. 12. 



Beard, Jonathan H., Beaumont, Tex. Rocking inner-jaw 
end wrench. 2,447,835, Aug. 24. 

Beard, Joseph G. : See — 

Roberds, Wesley M., Beard, and Blancha. 

Beard, Joseph G., Haddonfield, and R. W. Harralson, 
Masonville, N. J., and A. Kreithen, Philadelphia, Pa., 
assignors to Radio Corporation of America. Phase re- 
sponsive control circuit. 2,455,646, Dec. 7. 

Bearden, Fred E., Spartanburg, S. C. Sharpening device 
for the cutting rollers of pencil sharpeners. 2,452,827, 
Nov. 2. 

Beardsley, Ailing P. : See — 

Kruppa, William J., Beardsley, and Whiting. 

Beardsley, Ailing P., Plainfield, and S. H. Whiting, Mar- 
tinsville, N. J., assignors to American Cyanamid Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Manufacture of ultramarine. 

2.441.950, May 25. 

Beardsley, Ailing P., Plainfield, and S. H. Whiting, Mar- 
tinsville, N. J., assignors to American Cyanamid Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Production of ultramarine. 

2.441.951, May 25. 

Beardsley, Ailing P., Plainfield, and S. H. Whiting, Mar- 
tinsville, N. J., assignors to American Cyanamid Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Manufacture of ultramarine. 

2.441.952, May 25. 

Beardsley, Charles S., Elkhart, Ind. Bandage. 2,442,111, 
May 25. 

Beardsley, Guy E., Jr., West Hartford, Conn., assignor to 
Bendix Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Carbu- 
retor. 2,447,264, Aug. 17. 

Beardsley, Guy E., Jr., West Hartford, Conn., assignor, 
by mesne assignments, to Bendix Aviation Corporation, 
South Bend, Ind. Fuel control device. 2,447,265, Aug. 
17. 

Beardsley, Guy E., Jr., West Hartford, Conn., assignor, 
by mesne assignments, to Bendix Aviation Corporation, 
South Bend, Ind. Fuel control device. 2,447,266, Aug. 
17. 

Beardsley, Guy E., Jr., West Hartford, and C. W. Laubin, 
Windsor, assignors to United Aircraft Corporation, East 
Hartford, Conn. Ignition timing. 2,456,042, Dec. 14. 

Beardsley, Harry I., Chatham, N. J., and H. W. Meehan, 
Scarsdale ; said Beardsley assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y., and said 
Meehan assignor to American Telephone and Telegraph 
Company. Telephone booth. 2,438,891, Apr. 6. 

Beare, Charles H., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to General Mo- 
tors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Injection of brake lin- 
ings. 2,452,284, Oct. 26. 

Bearse, Arthur E., and J. E. Leonard, Columbus. Ohio, 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Standard Oil Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Preparation of cyclopentyl alcohols. 
2,444,129, June 29. 

Beath, Laurence R. : See — - 

Hill, Harold S., and Beath. 

Beath, Laurence R., and H. S. Hill, Kenogami, assignors 
to Price Brothers & Company, Limited, Quebec, Quebec, 
Canada. Concentrating waste sulfite liquor with re- 
covery of sulfur dioxide. 2,453,775, Nov. 16. 

Beath, Laurence R., and H. S. Hill, Kenogami, assignors 
to Price Brothers & Company, Limited, Quebec, Quebec, 
Canada. Electrical conductance heater. 2,453,776, 
Nov. 16. 

Beatrice Creamery Co., assignee : See — 
North, Gerald C. and Little. 

Beattie, Horace S. : See — 

Page, Ralph E., and Beattie. 

Watson, Thomas J., Beattie, and Fuller. 

Beattie, Horace S., Poughkeepsie, assignor to Interna- 
tional Business Machines Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Combinational code entry controlling means for accu- 
mulators. 2,439.445, Apr. 13. 

Beattie, James S., Los Angeles, Calif. Camera-pod. 
2,440,137, Apr. 20. 

Beattie, John O., New York, assignor to Aerial Products, 
Inc., Merrick, Long Island, N. Y. Rocket device. 
2,442,528, June 1. 

Beattie, Robert, Plainfield, assignor to Tide Water Asso- 
ciated Oil Company, Bayonne, N. J. Container. 
2,456,483. Dec. 14. 

Beatty. Elmer W. : See — 

Millard, Irwin W., and Beatty. 

Beatty, Lowell C, assignor to Beatty Machine & Manufac- 
turing Company, Hammond, Ind. Spacing table. 
2,452,285, Oct. 26. 

Beatty Machine & Manufacturing Company, assignee : 
See — 

Beatty, Lowell C. 

Beatty, Robert J. A., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to Aero 
Supply Mfg. Co., Inc., Corry, Pa. Locating tool. 
2,451,904, Oct. 19. 

Beatty, Rolla M., Pittsburgh, Pa. Antifriction bearing 
mounting. 2,435,067, Jan. 27. 

Beatty, William, assignee, et al. : See — 
Bean, Morris. 

Beaubien, De Gaspe, Outremont, near Montreal, Quebec, 
Canada. Electronic baking oven. 2,454,370, Nov. 23. 

Beauchamp, Wilfred A., Chicago, 111., assignor to The 
Youngstown Steel Door Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Re- 
frigerator car door. 2,442,031, May 25. 

Beauchamp, Wilfred A., Chicago, HI., assignor to The 
Youngstown Steel Door Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Hatch cover and means for locking the same. 2,454,688, 
Nov. 23. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Beaudin, John P., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Folding 
ski. 2,450,538, Oct. 5. 

Beaudoin, Roland, Woodside, Long Island, N. Y. Elec- 
trical iron holder. 2,447,555, Aug. 24. 

Beaufrere, Albert H. : See — 

Rockwell, Albert M., and Beaufrere. 

Beauregard, Hector, Utica, Mich. Electrode holder. 
2,455,108, Nov. 30. 

Beauty Research, Incorporated, assignee : bee — 
Watkins, Thomas W. . 

Beaven Leslie W., Chicago, 111. Engine construction. 
2,455,647, Dec. 7. 

Beaver, David J., St. Albans, W. Va., assignor to Mon- 
santo Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Vulcanizing 
synthetic rubber with dixanthic sulfides. 2,4o3,t>89, 
Nov. 16. 

Beaver, John W. P. : See — 
- Pool. John E., and Beaver. 

Beaver Pipe Tools, Inc., assignee: See — 
Pealer, Robert B. 

Beaver Tool & Engineering Corp., assignee : See — 
Cherry, Charles A. . 

Beavers Ellington M., assignor to The Resinous Products 
& Chemical Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Pressure-sensi- 
tive adhesive sheet. 2,445,553, July 20. 

Beavers Ellington M., assignor to Robm & Haas Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Preparing resinous linear polyesters 
in crumblike form. 2,454,539, Nov. 23. . 

Bechberger, Paul F., Tenafly, assignor to Bendrx Aviation 
Corporation, Teterboro, N. J. Aileron and elevator indi- 
cator. 2,441,182, May 11. .. . . 

Bechberger Paul F., Tenafly, assignor to Bendix Aviation 
Corporation, Bendix, N. J. Cabin pressure control. 
2,450,076, Sept. 28. . . 

Bechberger Paul F., Tenafly, assignor to Bendix Aviation 
Corporation, Teterboro, N. J. Orientation system. 
2,451,710, Oct. 19. . ^ „ , ' Aii 

Bgchereau, Louis, Paris, France; vested in the Attorney 
General of the United States. Supporting surfaces for 
aircraft. 2,456,906, Dec. 21. 

Bechle, Charles W. : See — 

Olson, John W., and Bechle. 

Bechle, Charles W., and J. W. Olson, Sycamore, 111., as- 
signors to Anaconda Wire and Cable Company. Wire 
covering machine, method, and product. 2,449,834, 

BechTer Andre, Moutier, Switzerland. Intermediate gear 
fixed 'to a machine frame. 2,442,112, May 25. . 

Bechler, Andre\ Moutier, Switzerland. Gripping device tor 
automatic lathes. 2,443,220, June 15. 

Bechler, Andre, Moutier, Canton of Berne Switzerland. 
Spindle bearing for machine tools. 2,453,182, Nov. ». 

Bechman, William O. : See — 

Rogers, Clifford R., Bechman, and Baker. 
Ziskal. Joseph F., and Bechman. 

Bechtold, Max F., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Coated methyl methac- 
rylate polymer and making same. 2,440,711, May 4. 

Beck, Alfred C, Red Bank, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Di- 
rective eentimetric antenna. 2,434,253, Jan. 13. 

Beck, Carl E., San Francisco, Calif. Honing tool. 
2,445,015, July 13. 

Beck, Harold J. A., Hinton, Iowa. Hay stacker. 
2,436,031, Feb. 17. _ 

Beck, Roland A. : See — 

Sensel, Eugene E., and Beck. 

Beekel, Arthur C, and L. I. De Voss, Peoria, and P. A. 
Belter, Pekin, and A. K. Smith, Peoria, 111., assignors 
to the United States of America, as represented by 
the Secretary of Agriculture. Soy whip. 2,444,241, 
.Tune 29. . „ 

Beekel, Arthur C, Peoria, P. A. Belter, Pekin, and A. K. 
Smith, Peoria, 111., assignors to the United States of 
America as represented by the Secretary of Agriculture. 
Extraction from vegetable materials. 2,445,931, July 
27. 

Becker, Albert D., Columbus, Nebr. Husking roller. 
2,444,088, June 29. 

Becker Bernard M., and J. McAfee, Riverside, assignors 
to Universal Oil Products Company, Chicago, 111. Sep- 
aration of suspended solids from fluids. 2,448,135, 
Aug. 31. 

Becker, George L., assignee: See — 
Mungall, Thomas, Sr. 

Becker, Henry E., Chicago, 111. Method and apparatus 
for the heat-treatment of low grade coal. 2,438,199, 
Mar. '-':'.. 

Bed r, Howard I., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Klerirlc Company. Directive radio antenna. 2,452,349, 
Oct. 20. 

Becker. Isidore, Bronx, N. Y. Mall sorting machine. 
2,439,790. Apr. 20. 

Becker, John G., Los Angeles, Calif. Clothes-washing 

machine, 2,437,636, Mar, v. 
Becker, Joseph, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor, by mesne nssign- 
ments, to Knppers Company, Inc. Coking chamber with 
irged upper portion. 2,447,837, Aug. 24. 
Becker, .insepii A., Summit, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
trlcal translating materials and devices and methods 
naklng them. 2,438,892, Apr. 6. 



Becker, Joseph A., Summit, J. N. Shive, North Plalnfleld, 
and T. R. Griffith, Madison, N. J., assignors to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Directly heated thermocouple. 2,444,027, June 29. 

Becker, Milton, Passaic, N. J. Secret pocket billfold. 
2,438,655, Mar. 30. 

Becker, Rudolph, North Plainfield, assignor to The Singer 
Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Looper-actu- 
ating mechanisms for sewing machines. 2,439,332, 
Apr. 6. 

Becker, Sam B., assignor to Standard Oil Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Oxidation of organic compounds and manu- 
facture of phthalic anhydride. 2,453,740, Nov. 16. 

Becker, Sam B., and P. F. Hawley, assignors to Standard 
Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Electric arc conversion ap- 
paratus. 2,441,056, May 4. 

Becker, Stephen P., assignor to Fargo Mfg. Company, Inc., 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Line tap clamp. 2,456,808, Dec. 
21. 

Becker, Sylvan J., Maywood, assignor to Borg-Warner 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Photoelectric ring gauge. 

2.441.343, May 11. 

Becker, Vernie R., Port Huron, Mich. Valve stem fac- 
ing fixture. 2,437,927, Mar. 16. 

Beckett, Joseph A., and S. S. Berry; assignors to The 
General Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Geo- 
metrical measuring means for determining inflation 
pressure of loaded pneumatic tires. 2,435,644, Feb. 10. 

Beckett, Thomas G., Dallas, Tex. Float valve. 2,439,282, 
Apr. 6. 

Beckham, Leland J., Syracuse, N. Y., assignor to Allied 
Chemical & Dye Corporation. Nitrosyl halide addition 
product of allyl-type olefinic higher hydrocarbons. 
2,435,570, Feb. 10. 

Beckham, Leland J., Chesterfield County, Va., assignor to 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. Purification of 
organic nitrosation-sulfitation products. 2,436,243, 
Feb. 17. 

Beckham, Leland J., Geddes, and W. A. Fessler, Camillus, 
N. Y., assignors to Allied Chemical & Dye Corpo- 
ration. Surface-active nitrosation-sulfitation products. 
2.443,716. June 22. 

Beckham, Leland J., Geddes, and W. A. Fessler, Camillus, 
N. Y., assignors to Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. 
Improving the color of surface-active agents. 2,447,308, 
Aug. 17. 

Beckman, Arnold O., Altadena, assignor to National 
Technical Laboratories, South Pasadena, Calif. Vari- 
able resistance device. 2,454,986, Nov. 30. 

Beckman, Emil J., Rockford, 111. Striker plate for locks. 
2.446,206, Aug. 3. 

Beckman, John H, Long, Md. Machine gun ammuni- 
tion bandoleer. 2,455,352, Dee. 7. 

Beckman, Joseph R., Stockton, Calif. Fiddle. 2,457,629, 
Dec. 28. 

Beckman, Lawrence R., Erhard, Minn. Automobile chain 
snap. 2,457,435, Dec. 28. 

Beckmann, Melbourne A., assignor to Aluminum Industries, 
Incorporated, Cincinnati, Ohio. Packaging articles. 

2.457.197, Dec. 28. 

Beckstrom, Harry A., Seattle, Wash. Loom mechanism. 

2.434.344, Jan. 13. 
Beckwith, Dudley R. : See — 

New, Archibald, A.. Fonrd, and Beckwith. 

Beckwith, Edwin L., Brookline, Mass., assignor to Beck- 
with Manufacturing Company, Dover, N. H. Cigarette 
package holder. 2,440,164, Apr. 20. 

Beckwith, Edwin L., Brookline, and A. P. Swett, Westwood, 
Mass., assignors to Beckwith Manufacturing Company, 
Dover, N. H. Stiffening shoe parts. 2.447.681. Aug. 24. 

Beckwith, Edwin L., West Newton, and C. P. Maclver, 
Stow, Mass., assignors to Beckwith Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Dover, N. H. Process of making molded scab- 
bards. 2,455,215, Nov. 30. 

Beckwith, John R., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Bel- 
mont Radio Corporation. Chicago, 111. Electrical phase- 
shifting system. 2,454,426, Nov. 23. 

Beckwith Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 
Beckwith, Edwin L. 
Beckwith, Edwin L., and Maclver. 
Beckwith, Edwin L., and Swett. 
Ilea ton, Walter H., and Vaccaro. 

Beckwith, Wendell K., Whitewater, assignor to Milwaukee 
Electric Tool Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. Pneumatic 
tool. 2,440,457, Apr. 27. 

Beddow, Raymond R., Toledo, Ohio. Knife, fork, and 
spoon set. 2,439,882, Apr. 20. 

Beder, Samuel L., assignor of one-half to Irwin F. Mills 
Associates, New York, N. Y. Sand pail. 2,451,711, Oct. 
19. 

Bedford, Akla V., Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Electrical servo system. 
2,437,813, Mar. 9. 

Bedford, Alda V., Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Servomotor control circuit. 

2.439.198, Apr. (i. 

Bedford. Burnlce D., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electronic converter. 2,435,187, 
Feb. 3. 

Bedford, Burnlce D., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Phase control svstem. 2,435,188, 
Feb. 3. 



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Bedford, Burnice D., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Phase converting system. 2,435,189, 
Feb. 3. 

Bedford, Burnice D., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric control system. 2,445.991. 
July 27. 

Bedford, Clay P., Berkeley, assignor to The Kaiser Com- 
pany, Oakland, Calif. Apparatus for relieving stress 
in welded plates. 2,449,760. Sept. 21. 

Bedford, Leslie H., London, and J. Bell and E. M. Langham, 
Teddlngton, assignors to A. C. Cossor Limited, London, 
England. Cathode-ray tube. 2,456,809, Dec. 21. 

Bedwell, Floyd B. : See — 

Stengl, Rudolph J. and Bedwell. 

Bee Bee Shoe Co., assignee : See — 
Galper. Isa. 

Beeber, Allan R. A., Highland Park, D. D. Jacobus, Glen 
Ridge, and C. W. Keuffel, Bernardsville, assignors to 
Keuffel & Esser Company, Hoboken, N. J. Precision 
images and producing them. 2,447,836, Aug. 24. 

Beech Aircraft Corporation, assignee : See — 
Earhart, Harold W. 
Kintas, John. 
Pelley, Perry H. 
Vint, Jesse L., Jr. 

Beeche, Jorge : See — 

Jourdan, Felix, and Beeche. 

Beecher, Brazier K., Wyandotte, Mich., assignor to Wyan- 
dotte Chemicals Corporation. Manufacture of crystal- 
line anhydrous alkali metal orthosilicate. 2,443,128, 
June 8. 

Beecher, John W., assignor to The Bristol Company, 
Waterbury, Conn. Fluid-pressure-responsive element. 
2,450,625, Oct. 5. 

Beeching, Hiram O., South Bend, Wash. Live jump roll. 
2,453,401, Nov. 9. 

Beechlyn, John T., Worcester, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Submarine Signal Company, Boston, Mass. 
Submarine signaling apparatus. 2,443,177, June 15. 

Beech-Nut Packing Company, assignee : See — 
Grupe, William F. 
Hoffman, John J. 

Beeck, Otto A. : See — 

Smith, Albert E., and Beeck. 

Beede, Herbert G. : See — 

Lornitzo, Frank C, and Beede. 

Beede. Herbert G., Pawtucket. R. I., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Pantex Manufacturing Corporation. 
Adjustable actuating means for garment pressing ma- 
chines. 2,434,482, Jan. 13. 

Beeh, Louis, Long Meadow, Mass., assignor to Bulova 
Watch Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Plunger. 
2,438,839, Mar. 30. 

Beeh. Louis. Long Meadow. Mass., assignor to Bulova 
Watch Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Hydraulic 
pump control. 2.448,347, Aug. 31. 

Beem Foundation, The, assignee : See — 
Beem, Marvel D. 

Beem. Marvel D., West Los Angeles, assignor of one-half 
to The Beem Foundation, Los Angeles, Calif. Hospital 
bed. 2,445,258, July 13. 

Beeman, Charles E., Grand Rapids, Mich. Centrifugal 
means for admitting air to submarines. 2,434,453, 

' Jan. 13. 

Beeman, Donald R. : See — 

Liber, Harry, and Beeman. 

Beemer, Paul K. : See — 

Lindvall, Frederick C, Beemer, and Montgomery. 

Beer, Leo : See — 

Weisberg, Mark, Stevenson, and Beer. 

Beerbower, Alan, Westfield, and Arnold J. Morway, Clark 
Township. Union County, N. J., assignors to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Lubricants. 2.434,539, 
Jan. 13. 

Beerbower, Alan. Westfield. and J. C. Zimmer, Union, N. J., 
assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. Lu- 
bricating grease composition. 2,449,580, Sept. 21. 

Beerbower, Alan. Westfield. and H. A. Ricards, Jr., Cran- 
ford, N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development Com- 
pany. Solidified oils and manufacture. 2,455,649, 
Dec. 7. 

Beernink, Harold W., Holland, Mich. Drier for photo- 
graphic prints. 2,435,420, Feb. 3. 

Beers, George L., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Control device. 2,441,233, 
May 11. 

Beers, Royce L., Birmingham, assignor to Detroit Stoker 
Company, Monroe, Mich. Sealing means for traveling 
grate stokers. 2,453,487, Nov. 9. 

Beesch, Samuel C, assignor to Publicker Industries Inc., 
Philadelphia, Pa. Process for fermenting carbohydrates 
to butanol and acetone. 2,439,791, Apr. 20. 

Beeson, Coleman A., Baltimore, Md. Crown cap. 2,443,181, 
June 15. 

Beeson. Coleman A., Baltimore, Md. Emergency electrical 
generating unit. 2,444.415, July 6. 

Beetson, Geoffrey H., Hudcar Mills, Bury, assignor to The 
Bury Felt Manufacturing Company, Bury, England. 
Manufacturing fulled or hardened felt articles such as 
felt boots or footwear. 2,457,630, Dec. 28. 
James E. : See — 
McArthur, Elmer D., and Beggs. 

791357— P— 3 



Beggs, James E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Improved electrode and envelope 
structure for electric discharge devices. 2,455,851, 
Dec. 7. 
Beggs, James E., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Electric discharge device for space 
resonant circuits. 2,445,992, July 27. 
Beggs, James E., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Cathode structure. 2.445,993, July 27. 
Begley, John J., Arlington, assignor to Mutual Boiler In- 
surance Company, Boston, Mass. Tube roller. 2.440,536, 
Apr. 27. 
Beguin, Albert E., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Continuous film drier. 2,448,854, 
Sept. 7. 
Begun, Semi J. : See — 

Williams, Alfred L. W., and Begun. 
Begun, Semi J., Cleveland Heights, assignor to Mag- 
netrone, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Magnetic sound re- 
cording and reproducing. Re. 22,970, Feb. 10. 
Begun, Semi J., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The Brush 
Development Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Control cir- 
cuit for signal recording and reproducing systems. 
2,439,446, Apr. 13. 
Begun, Semi J., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The Brush 
Development Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Method and 
apparatus for correcting phase shift distortion in sound 
recording systems. 2,446,479, Aug. 3. 
Behlen, Herbert P. : See — 

Charles, Harold H., and Behlen. 
Behlmann, Herman M., Pewaukee, Wis. Insulator and 
support for electrically charged fence wires. 2,437,344, 
Mar. 9. 
Behlmer, Henry B. : See — 

Nelson, Rolland D., and Behlmer. 
Behnisch, Robert : See — 

Lorenz, Walter, Behnisch, and Mietzsch. 
Behnke, Albert O., Dayton, Ohio, and C. Kriegel, Wharton, 

Tex. Plate trimmer control. 2,450,411, Oct. 5. 
Behnke, William E., Florida, N. Y. Portable topping 

knife for use on onion crates. 2,445,818, July 27. 
Behr, Lyell C, and R. S. Schreiber, assignors to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company. Wilmington, Del. 
N,N'-Bis(3-diethylaminopropylamide) of dibasic ali- 
phatic acids. 2,438,200, Mar. 23. 
Behr-Manntng Corporation, assignee : See — 
Oglesby, Nicholas E. 
Smyser, James S. 
Behr, Siegfried, Flushing, N. Y. Lady's plastic hat. 

2,441,788, May 18. 
Behre, Robert L., Beverly Hills, Calif. Drain stopper. 

2,443.649. June 22. 
Behrend, William, Milwaukee, Wis. Debris collector for 

drains. 2,440,165, Apr. 20. 
Behrens, Albert, New York, N. Y. Display carton with 

sliding closure. 2,456,168, Dec. 14. 
Behrens, Edward L. : See — 

Almendinger, Charles E., and Behrens. 
Behrens, Louis H.. Denver, Colo. Refrigerator cabinet and 
means for maintaining a layer of cold air therein. 
2,446,686, Aug. 10. 
Behrens, Otto K., assignor to Eli Lilly and Company, 
Indianapolis, Ind. Process and culture media for pro- 
ducing penicillin. 2,440,355, Apr. 27. 
Behrens, Otto K, assignor to Eli Lilly and Company, In- 
dianapolis, Ind. Process and culture media for the 
production of penicillin. 2,440,356, Apr. 27. 
Behrens, Otto K.. assignor to Eli Lilly and Company, 
Indianapolis, Ind. Phenacetylaminomethylcr.otonic 
acid. 2.449,191, Sept. 14. 
Behrens, Otto K., and Q. F. Soper, assignors to Eli Lilly 
and Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Process and culture 
media for producing penicillin. 2,440,357, Apr. 27. 
Behrens, Otto K., and R. G. Jones, assignors to Eli Lilly 
and Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Process and culture 
media for producing penicillin. 2.440,358, Apr. 27. 
Behrens, Otto K., R. G. Jones, and J. W. Corse, assignors 
to Eli Lilly and Company, Indianapolis. Ind. Process 
and culture media for producing penicillin. 2,440,359, 
Apr. 27. 
Behrens, Otto K., and R. G. Jones, Indianapolis, Ind., and 
J. W. Corse, Altadena, Calif., assignors to Eli Lilly and 
Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Process and culture media 
for the production of penicillin. 2,440,360, Apr. 27. 
Behrens. Otto K., and R. G. Jones, Indianapolis, Ind., and 
J. W. Corse, Altadena. Calif., assignors to Eli Lilly and 
Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Process and culture media 
for the production of penicillin. 2,440,361, Apr. 27. 
Behrens. Otto K.. and Q. F. Soper, assignors to Eli Lilly 
and Company. Indianapolis. Ind. N-alkenyl phenylacet- 
amides. 2,449,192, Sept. 14. 
Behrens, Otto K., R. G. Jones, and Q. F. Soper, assignors 
to Eli Lilly and Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Process 
and culture medium for producing penicillin. 2,449,193, 
Sept. 14. 
Behrens. Otto K., and J. W. Corse, assignors to Eli Lilly 
and Company, Indianapolis, Ind. N-dihydroxypropyl 
phenylacetamide. 2,449,194, Sept. 14. 
Behrens, Otto K., and J. W. Corse, assignors to Eli Lilly 
and Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Process and culture 
media for producing penicillin. 2,449,195, Sept. 14. 
Behrens, Walter A., New York, N. Y. Hook and knife 
unit for chenille machines. 2,436,545, Feb. 24. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Behringer, Charles F., Los Angeles, and L. Rogers Wil- 
mington, Calif. Play shoe or the like. 2,435,668, 
Feb 10 

Beier,' Max G., assignor to P. R. Mallory & Co., Inc., 
Indianapolis, Ind. Contactor for Inductive tuners. 
2,443,020, June 8. _ ,,. . ... 

Beijl, Zako S., London, England. Tunnelling and like 
subterranean operations. 2,442,113, May 25. 

Beil Forrest F., assignor to Curtis Companies Incorpo- 
rated, Clinton, Iowa. Combination storm sash and 
screen. 2,433,835, Jan. 6. 

Beil, Forrest F., assignor to Curtis Companies Incorpo- 
rated, Clinton, Iowa. Window structure. 2,451,654, 

Beilock^bavid, New York, N. Y. Toothbrush holder. 

Beissinger, Victor J., Los Angeles, and G.D. Johnson, 
Compton, said Beissinger assignor to Richfield Oil Coi- 
poration, and said Johnson assignor to Baash-Ross Tool 
Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Apparatus for forming 
a section of casing below casing already in position in 

Beftc^Sor/:, a 2 nd 44 S 7 : 6 F 2 i 9 ne, A Bfoo 2 k1yn, N. Y. Combination 
illuminated telephone stand and memo pad and pencil. 
2 437 237 Mar 9 

Belange'r, Albert P. D., Alton, 111. Carrier device for bot- 
tles and the like. 2,445,202, July 13. 

Belar, Herbert : See — 

Cunningham. David H., and Belar. 

Belar, Herbert, Palmyra, N. J., assignor to Radio Corpora- 
tion of America. Exciter lamp supply. 2,440,537, Apr. 
27 

Belcher, Daniel, assignor to Bemis Bro. Bag Co Minne- 
apolis, Minn. Closing bag tube ends. 2,445,757, July 
27. , , 

Belcher Wallace E., Jr., assignor to The Brown Instru- 
ment Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Recalibrating motor 
control system. 2,446,153, July 27. 

Belchetz, Arnold. Larchmont, N. .£., assignor to Stauffer 
Chemical Company. Production of sulfur tnoxide. 
2,449,190, Sept. 14. 

Belden Manufacturing Company, assignee: See— 

Beleskas" 1 Stanly 8 M.,'Oaklyn, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Reactance tube and modulator 
circuit. 2.445.508. July 20. 
Belfleld, H., Company, assignee : Bee — 

Goehring, Francis R. . : . „ „,„„, 

Belfils, Georges, Belfort, France, assignor to <*'l n £ r .al 

Electric Company. Electric control circuit. 2,437,066. 

Mar. 2. 

Belgau Robert C, Detroit, Mich. Electrical heating ap 

paratus for liquids. 2,437,453, Mar. 9. 
Belgau Robert C. Detroit, Mich. Immersible electrical 

heater. 2,439,617, Apr. 13. , 

Belisle, Adelard J., assignor to The Berkline Corporation, 
Springfield. Mass. Locking device for rocking chairs. 
2,456,043. Dec. 14. 
Bell Aircraft Corporation, assignee: See — 
Bell, Lawrence D. 
Schwartz, Arthur A. 
Strickler, John F., Jr., and Edelson. 
Trotter, John C. 
Wells, Harold E. 
Williams, William W. 
Williams, William W., and Bowers. 
Wolf, Robert A. 
Woods, Robert J. 
Young, Arthur M. 
Bell, Alan : See — 

Allen. Charles F. H.. and Bell. 
Bell, Alexander H., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Con- 
tinental Oil Company, Ponca City, Okla. Tool joint. 
2,440,651, Apr. 27. 
Bell, Alfred B., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Heywood- 
Wakefield Company, Gardner, Mass Ash receptacle for 
armrests of vehicle seats. 2,449.965. Sept. 21. 
Bell Allen M., Jr., Philadelphia County, Pa. Radius 

attachment for lathes. 2,453,111. Nov 9. _. . 

Bell, Angus S., and E. L. Greenwood, Spondon, near Derby, 
England, assignors, by mesne assignments, to ^elanese 
Corporation of America. Laminated fabric. 2,444,089, 
June 29. 
Bell. Bernard I. : See — 

Welner. Leon and Bell. „__» j m™„;i 

Bell Charles S„ Oakley, near Aylesbury England. Towed 

aircraft and towing the same. 2,436,988, Mar. 2. 
Bell. Clarence D. : Sec — 

Weber. Arthur O.. and Boll. . 

Bell Dell F, Omnha, Nebr. Device for removing extruded 
pastor from exterior surfaces of dental flasks. 
2.454.427. Nov. 23. 
Bell. He Witt, ot al. : See— 

Kuzmlck, Joseph N., and Bell. 
Bell F.ddie J.. Iiil'1< side. Tex. Clasp. 2,435,174, Jan. 27. 
Belli Edward R. : See— 

Vaughan, William B., and Bell. 
Bell Fannie M., ISellovuo, Ohio. Fish lure. 2,439,123, 

Apr. f,. 
Bell Harry G.. Paris, and J. D. Gay, Jr., Lexington Ky. 
Tobacco hogsheads and securing means for the heads 
thereof. 2.454,267, Nov. 23. 



Bell, Harvey W., Yonkers, N. Y. Compressor or pump. 

2,453,402, Nov. 9. 
Bell, Henderson M., Ill, Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Chro- 
mium Corporation of America, New York, N. Y. Appa- 
ratus for electroplating rings and discs. 2,438,885, 
Apr. 6. 
Bell & Howell Company, assignee : See — 
Howell, Albert S. 
Knutson, Norman T., and Foote. 
McNabb, Louis A. 
Swanson, Keith N. 
Bell, James A., Fetcham, Leatherhead, England, assignor 
to Shell Development Company, San Francisco, Calif. 
Manufacture of lithium base greases. 2,444,720, July 6. 
Bell, James A., Leatherhead, England, assignor to Shell 
Development Company, San Francisco, Calif. Water- 
proofing plastic compositions. 2,457,518, Dec. 28. 
Bell, James R., La Grange, 111., L. D. Stacy, Burkburnett, 
Tex., and I. E. Dischinger, Jr., Berwyn, 111., assignors 
to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Explo- 
sion-proof lamp. 2,449,362, Sept. 14. 
Bell, John : See — 

Bedford, Leslie H., Bell, and Langham. 
Bell, John F., assignor to Zenith Radio Corporation, Chi- 
cago, 111. Temperature compensated variable Induct- 
ance. 2,437,345, Mar. 9. 
Bell, John G., Chicago, 111., assignor to Morbell Products 
Corporation. Container and blank therefor. 2,457,198, 
Dec. 28. 
Bell, John I., Royal Oak, Mich. Fish lure. 2,437,803, 

Mar. 16. . , 

Bell, Joseph D., San Francisco, Calif. Engine drive. 

2,440,674, May 4. ,_ , 

Bell, Joseph D., San Francisco, Calif. Power mechanism. 

2,445,819, July 27. „ mtM „ . 

Bell, Joseph D., San Francisco, Calif. Engine drive. 

2,445,902, July 27. „ „ ; ta . .. 

Bell, Joseph D., San Francisco, Calif. Engine drrre. 

2,451,374, Oct. 12. „,...,, - • v., 

Bell, Joseph D.. San Francisco, Calif. Exercising machine. 

^ 455 548 Dec 7 
Bell, Joseph T.i Alliance, Ohio. Windshield defroster. 

2 440 923 May 4 
Bell, Kathe'rine V.', Jersey City, N. J. Clothespin dis- 
penser. 2,437,498. Mar. 9. 
Bell, Ladford : See — 

Thomas, Loren, and Bell. 
Bell, Lawrence D., Eggertsville, assignor to Bell Aircraft 
Corporation, Wheatfield. N. Y. Horn control. 
2,450,933, Oct. 12. 
Bell Lee A., Valencia, Pa. Glare screen for motor vehi- 
cles. 2,446,866, Aug. 10. 
Bell. Lee A., Valencia, Pa. Glare screen. 2,456,484, Dec. 

14. 
Bell, Leroy V., Wakefield, R. I. Improved cigarette 
package opener and cigarette ejector. 2,453,777, Nov. 
16. 
Bell, Marian J., assignee, et al. : See — 

Arave, Franklin M., and Nolan. 
Bell, Morris, assignor to Seeman Bros, Inc. New York, 
N. Y. Wick holder for evaporators. 2,452,424, Oct 26. 
Bell Nicholas, Dearborn. Mich. Boring head. 2,452,8-28, 
Nov. 2. ' 

Bell Persa R., Jr., Cambridge, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to the United States of America, as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of War. Pulse shaping circuit. 
2,446,802, Aug. 10. 
Bell Products Corporation, assignee: See — 

Sebell Harry 
Bell Richmond T., Highland Park, assignor to The Pure 
Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Mercaptan recovery. 
2 441 385 Mav 11. 
Beli, Richmond T., Highland Park, assignor to The Pure 
Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Conversion of hydrocar- 
bons. 2.451,375, Oct. 12. 
Bell, Richmond T. and C. M Thacker, Highland Park as- 
signors to The Pure Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Syn- 
thesizing aliphatic mercaptans and sulfides. 2,447,481, 
Aug. 24. 
Bell, Rupert B., assignor to King-Seeley Corporation Ann 
Arbor, Mich. Windshield wiper mechanism. 2,455.725, 
Dec. 7. 
Bell Stanley T., Washington, D. C. Copy and practice 

book. 2,455,353, Dec. 7. 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, assignee : See— 
Aikens, Andrew J. 
Almquist. Milton L. 
Anderson, Alva E. 
Andrews, Ernest G., and Cesareo. 
Armstrong, Elizabeth J. 
Bacon, Walter M. 

Barney, Harold L. . 

Bartelheim, Leland A., Lane, and Malllna. 

Bascom, Henry M., and Hubbard. _ 

Bascom, Henry M., Massonneau, Ostendorf, and Bea. 

Beardsley, Harry I., and Meehan. 

Beek. Alfred C. . _ ,_.. 

Becker, Joseph A., Shive, and Grlfntn. 

Bieling, Carl A. 

Biggs, Burnard S. 

Black, Robert, Jr., and Romanow. 

Blazier, Charles R., and Hale. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



35 



Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Continued. 

Bode. Hendrik W. 

Boettler, Jacob R., and Burns. 

Bomberger, David C, Lovell, Och, Swartzel, and 

Weber. 
Bond. Walter L., and Willard. 
Bouton, George M., and Phipps, and Schumacher. 
Bowen, Arnold E. 
Bown, Ralph. 
Bowne, Langford J. 
Brattain, Walter H. 

Briggs, Howard B., Johnson, and Mason. 
Brown, John T. L. 
Bruce, Edmond. 
Bryant, Herbert W. 

Bryant. Newton W., Crump, Dungan, and Strand. 
Buchanan, Russell B. 
Burton, Everett T. 
Campbell, Thaddeus C. 
Carter, Herman T. 
Cesareo, Orfeo. 
Christensen, Carl J. 
Cioffl, Paul P. 
Clayden, Francis W. 
Curl, Herbert C, and Kleinkauf. 
Curtis. Austen M. 
Cutler, Cassius C. 
Darlington, Sidney. 

Darlington, Sidney, Townes, and Wooldridge. 
Davidson, John. Jr. 
Dawson, Wilfrid I* 
Dehmel, Richard C. 
Dimond, Thomas L. 
Edson, James O. 
Edson, James O., and Terry. 
Edwards, Paul G., and Herrington. 
Eglin. James M. 
Ellis. William C. and Ferguson. 
Ellwood, Walter B. 
Fair, Irvin E. 
Farkas, Francis S. 
Ferrell, Enoch B. 
Fisher, Harold J. 
Fisk, James B. 

Fitch, Karl E., Large, and Lucek. 
Fletcher, Harvey, Muller, and Swartzel. 
Fox, Arthur G. 
Fritschi, Walter W. 
Frosch. Carl J. 
Fry, Eugene M. 
Fuller, Calvin S. 
Ganz, Albert G., and Hasley. 
Garvin. John S. 
Oent. Edgar W. 
Gillespie, Rollin W. 
Goddard, Myron C. 

Goldsmith, Elsworth H., Terry, and Schaefer. 
Goodale, Walter D., Jr., and Pope. 
Goodall, William M. 
Gordon, Chester S. 
Gould. King E., and Mertz. 
Griest, Raymond H. 
Hansen. Rolf K. 
Harrison, Charles W. 
Harrison, Henry C. 
Harry, William R. 
Hartman, Paul L. 
Havstad, Harald. 
Haworth, Francis E. 
Hecht, George, and Meacham. 
Hecht, Rudolph A. 
Hefele, John R. 
Heising. Raymond A. 
Hersey, Ralph E. 
Hibbard, Frank H. 
Hilsinger, Harry A., Jr. 
Holdaway, Tivian L. 
Holden, William H. T. 
Hopper, Andrew L. 
Houghton, Edward W. 
Huber, George H. 
Hussey, Luther W. 
Jansky, Karl G. 
Joel, Amos E., Jr. 
Johnson, John B. 
Jordan, Homer G. 
Karleen, Edward H. 
Kennenberg, Walter F. 
Kent. Robert J. 
Ketchledge, Raymond W. 
King, Douglas H. 
King, John H. 
Kinkead. Fullerton S., Phelps, Smith, Singer, and 

Melhuish. 
Koenig, Walter, Jr. 
Krantz, Hubert K. 
Lakatos. Emory. 
Lang, Wilmarth Y. 
Llewellyn, Frederick B. 
Locke. George A. 

Lovell, Clarence A., and Parkinson. 
Maggio, John B. 
Mallina, Rudolph F. 



Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Continued. 

.Malm, Frank S. 

Manley, Jack it., and Peterson. 

Mao, Yu-Yyeh A. 

Marrison, Warren A. 

Mason, Warren P. 

McAlpine, Roderick K., Retallack, and Stibitz. 

McDermott, Scott J., and Kostkos. 

McKim, Burton. 

McMahon, William. 

Meacham, Earned A. 

Merrill, Francis G. 

Meszards. George W., and Trucksess. 

Miller, Stewart E. 

Miller, Victor F. 

Moore, Hilbert R. 

Morton, Jack A. 

Morton, Jack A., and Speck. 

Mott, Edward E. 

Mueller, George E. 

Nesbitt, Ethan A. 

Norwine, Andrew C. 

Ohl, Russell S. 

Oliver, Bernard M. 

Peek, Robert L., Jr. 

Pennoyer, Douglas H. 

Peterson, Liss C. 

Pfann, William G. 

Pfleger, Kenneth W. 

Pierce, John R. 

Pollard. Charles E., Jr. 

Potter, James A. 

Potter, Ralph K. 

Praizner, Edward. 

Quarles, Donald A. 

Ramsden, Clayton W. 

Rea, Wilton T., and Wilkerson. 

Reitter, George E. 

Retallack, John B. 

Richard, Charles D. 

Rieke, John W. 

Rieke, John W., and Shank. 

Riesz, Robert R. 

Ring, Douglas H. 

Robertson, Sloan D. 

Robinson, Albert L. 

Ronci, Victor L. 

Rorden, Henry C. 

Rose, Charles F. P. 

Samuel, Arthur L. 

Schelkunoff, Sergei A. 

Schelleng, John C. 

Sears, Raymond W. 

Sebell, Harrv. 

Shank, Robert J. 

Shann, Oscar A. 

Sharpless. William M. 

Sippel. Theodore E. 

Sivlan, Leon J. 

Skellett. Albert M. 

Slater, John C. 

Sproul, Philip T. 

Stacy, Leland J. 

Storks, Keith H., and Teal. 

Stratton. William D. 

Swezey, Burdette S. 

Townes, Charles H. 

Treptow, Frederick W. 

TyrreU, Warren A. 

Van Damme, Louis E. 

Weaver, Allan. 

Wente, Edward C. 

West. John W. 
Willard, Gerald W. 

Williams, Samuel B. 

Wurmser, Alphons V. 
Bell, Thomas A., Ridgefield Park, N. J. Trouser hanger. 
2.440.066. Apr. 20. 6 

Bell, Thomas J., Island Grove, Fla. Celery cutter 
2,438,598, Mar. 30. 

Bell, Thomas W., Washington, D. C. Towel rack 
2,455,213. Nov. 30. 

Bell and Wallace Manufacturing Corporation, assignee • 
See — 

Wallace, Walter E. 

Bellamy, John I., Brookfield, assignor to Kellogg Switch- 
board and Supply Company, Chicago, 111. Electromag- 
netic counting device. 2,441,001, May 4. 

Bellamy, John I., Brookfield, assignor to Kellogg Switch- 
board and Supply Company, Chicago. 111. Revertive 
ringing automatic telephone system. 2,443,945, June 

Bellamy, John I., Brookfield, assignor to Kellogg Switch- 
board and Supply Company, Chicago. 111. Electromag- 
netic counting device. 2,456.169. Dec. 14. 

Bellamy. Virginia W., Cold Spring Harbor, N. Y. Number 
knitting. 2,435,068, Jan. 27. 

Belleruda Aktiebolag, assignee : See — 
Johnsson, John. 

Belling, Bernard A., Beaver Dam, Wis. Lighting set. 
2,453,695, Nov. 16. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 194S 



111. Safety gas burner. 



Bellinger, George B., Chicago, 

2,444,490, July 6. 
Bellinger, Spencer L., Lake Luzerne, N. T., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Flash control system. 
2,442,189, May 25. 
Bellis, Alexander, Shelton, Conn. Means for connecting 
cord springs to attachment plug caps. 2,450,369, Sept. 
28. 
Belluche, Frank E., assignor to The Christensen Machine 
Company, Racine, Wis. Sheet feeding method and ap- 
paratus therefor. 2,454,762, Nov. 30. 
Bellvila, Ricardo : See — 

Treboux, Jules and Bellvila. 
Bellwood, Carl R., Ridgefield, assignor to The Cravenette 
Company, U. S. A., Hoboken, N. J. Treatment of tex- 
tiles with acyloxy-substituted aromatic acid salts. 
2,448,247, Aug. 31. 
Belmont, Edgar, Port Chester, N. Y. Rack. 2,438,886, 

Apr. 6. 
Belmont Radio Corporation, assignee : See — 
Beckwith, John R. 
Hills, Elmer G. 

Horner, Wilfred, and Wesselman. 
Marholz. Richard C. 
O'Brien, Edgar. 
Olesky, Anthony P. 
Royal, Leslie L. 
Beloit Iron Works, assignee : See — 
Hornbostel. Lloyd. 
Beachler. Edward D. 
Nagy, Milo J., and Belz. 
Bels, Basil A., Great Neck, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Hazeltine Research, Inc., Chicago, 111. 
Tunable ultra high frequency resonator system. 
2,446,405, Aug. 3. 
Belsinger Inc., assignee : See — 

Belsinger, Jack R. 
Belsinger, Jack R., assignor to Belsinger Inc., Atlanta, 

Ga. Easy packing container. 2,453,614, Nov. 9. 
Belson, Morris : See — 

White, Gifford E., and Belson. 
Belter, Paul A. : See — 

Beckel. Arthur C, Belter, and Smith. 
Beckel, Arthur C, De Voss, Belter, and Smith. 
Beltz, John S., Columbus, Ohio, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Jeffrey Manufacturing Company. Belt ten- 
sioning mechanism for conveyors. 2,452,980, Nov. 2. 
Belvel, Robert E., Hayward, Calif. Shackle. 2,435,336, 

Feb. 3. 
Belyeu, Henry, Houston, Tex. 

seat. 2,435,733, Feb. 10. 
Belz, Louis : See — 
Pierce, John R. 
Robinson, Albert L. 
Shann, Oscar A. 
Thomas, Frank M. 
Beman, Ward W., Glendale, 
craft Corporation, Burbank, 
2,450,709, Oct. 5. 
Bemel, Nathan, Rochester, Minn. Portable battery strip- 
ping device. 2,457,519, Dec. 28. 
Bemis Bros. Bag Company, assignee : See — 
Belcher, Daniel. 
Bemis, Farwell G., and Pierce. 
Brady, Charles V., and Ottinger. 
Geim'er, William J. 
Hannewald, Burton A., and Reimer. 
Williams, Russell J. 
Bemis, Farwell G., Brookline, Mass., and R. E. Pierce, 
Seattle, Wash., assignors to Bemis Bro. Bag Company, 
St. Louis, Mo. Pivoted lug conveyer. 2,450,106, Sept. 
28. 
Bemis, Ken E., Oakland, Calif. Hamburger apportioning, 

forming, and wrapping machine. 2,452,218, Oct. 26. 
Bemis, Kenneth E., Oakland, Calif. French frying ap- 
paratus. 2,456,810, Dec. 21. 
Bemis, Robert B., Houston, Tex. Window sash mounting 

and operating mechanism. 2,449,761, Sept. 21. 
Bemis, Watson A. : See — 

Brown. James M., Bemis, and Monroe. 
Benamy, Avivah, Brooklyn, N. Y. Baby bath towel. 

2,441,745, May 18. 
Benander, George B., Oaklawn, R. I., assignor to Monowatt 
Electric Corporation. Cord set and junction block there- 
for. 2,440,924, May 4. 
Benander, George B., Oaklawn, R. 1., assignor to Mono- 
watt Incorporated. Electric switch. 2,454,540, Nov 
23. 
Benander, George B., Oaklawn, R. I., assignor to Mono- 
watt Incorporated. Plug connector. 2,457,520, Dec. 28. 
Benander, George B., Oaklawn, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Monowatt Incorporated, Providence, R. I. 
BlectrlC-lighl fixture. 2.457,521. Doc. 28. 
Benbnw, Burtis W., Benbow, Calif. Molding machine. 

2,440,598, Apr. 27. 
Benbow, Hurl is W., Henbow, Calif. Electrical contacting 

equipment. 2,453,778, Nov. 16. 
Benda. Theodore R., Villa Park, 111., assignor to Excel 

Incorporated. Hanger. 2,445,758, July 27. 
Bendar, Arllmr 7,., Burbank, Calif. Flight position and 

force Indicating instrument. Re. 23,0.-?8. Sept. 14. 
Bender. Fniil A., l'-akersficld, Calif. Crown block assembly. 
2.410,427, Apr. 27. 



Supplemental motor vehicle 



assignor to Lockheed Air- 
Calif. Aircraft control. 



Bender, Harry, Antioch, R. P. Obrecht, Berkeley, and H. E. 
Kling, Antioch, Calif., assignors to The Dow Chemical 
Company, Midland, Mich. Gas reactor. 2,441,528. 
May 11. 

Bender, Joseph, Jr., assignor to The General Industries 
Company, Elyria, Ohio. Phonograph driving mecha- 
nism. 2,438,264, Mar. 23. 
Bender, Welcome W., Jr. : See — 

Magruder, Peyton M., and Bender. 
Bendfelt, Herbert A., Oak Park, assignor to Mills Indus- 
tries, Incorporated, Chicago, 111. Motion-picture pro- 
jection machine. 2,436,032, Feb. 17. 
Bendix Aviation Corporation, assignee : See — 

Alexanderson, Howard A. 

Alvino, Alphonse V. 

Anderson, Edward P. 

Barfod, Frederik. 

Barfod, Frederik, and Wlrth. 

Beardsley, Guy E., Jr. 

Bechberger, Paul F. 

Beringer, George E. 

Bevins, James E. 

Blocher, Ora G. 

Bolt, Jay A., and Moore. 

Boshka, Joseph M., Goepfrich, and Kuzmltz. 

Buxton, James E. 

Cautley, John R. 

Chambers, Allan C. 

Childs, Robert S. 

Cole, Charles E. 

Cooper, Julius L., and Heist. 

Cox, Parker G. 

Cox, Parker G., and Hansen. 

Dasher, Don E. 

Davis, Robert J. 

Dickens, Richard G. 

Dickey, John W. 

Digby, James J. 

Divoll, Richard L. 

Douglas, Kenneth F. 

Driscoll, Paul A. 

Eaton, Wilfred A. 

Emerson, John F. 

Evans, Le Roy J. 

Fant, William J., Jr. 

Fisher, Delbert P. 

Flanagan, Robert. 

Fox, Kenneth H. 

Frank, Frederick C. 

Frei, Jakob R. 

Frei, Jakob R., and Purdy 

Fusco, Anthony J., and Blelwels. 

Gagen, Charles V. 

Garey, John P. 

Gates, Geoffrey R. G. 

Geyh, Charles P. 

Gilbert, Samuel. 

Gleasman, Vernon E. 

Goepfrich, Rudolph A. 

Gregg, David. 

Gregg, David, and Troeger. 

Hauck. Vernon D. 

Havill, Clinton H. 

Hegy, Louis. 

Hengst, Walter D. 

Hermanny. Heinrich. 

Holmes, William R. 

Hood, E. Elliott. 

House, Bryan E. 

House, Bryan E., and Goepfrich. 

Huckleberry, Harry M. 

Hurley, Roy T. 

Jandasek, Joseph. 

Jones, Burr W. 

Jordan, Benjamin II. 

Kasten, Walter. 

Keyworth, James C. 

Konet, Henry. 

Kucher, Andrew A. 

Lansing. Raymond P. 

Lauricella, John W. 

Lawrence, Donald M. 

Lum, George P. 

MacCallum. Alan M. 

Marmont, George H. 

McNairn, Oral C. 

McNaney, Joseph T. 

Merritt, George E. 

Miles, George S. 

Miller, Donald L. 

Miller, Raymond J. 

Mock, Frank C. 

Nardone, Romeo M. 

Neuner, Martin J. 

Noxon, Paul A. 

Ochtman, Leonard. 

Ogden, William L. W., and Ryan. 

Oliver, Ralph J. 

Polye, William R. 

Pond, William B., and Hart. 

Price, Earl R. 

Price, Harold W. 

Ringer, Evue J. 



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37 



Bendix Aviation Corporation, assignee : See — Continued. 
Roberts, Jean M. 
Rodemann, Emmett P. 
Root, Charles W. 
Ruscito, Anthony J. 
Schaberle, George S. 
Schattle, Roland B. 
Schultz, Harold B. 
Sherrill, Eugene A. 
Singleton, William W. 
Singleton, William W., and Dasher. 
Stenberg, Thornton R. 
Strebinger, Richard R. 
Strozinski, Anthony J. 
Stuart, Alfred A., Jr. 
Taylor, Myron L., Pond, and Eayrs. 
Teague, Walter D., Jr. 
Thieme, George B. 
Thomas, Thomas H. 
Tognola, Tullio. 
Tognola, Tullio, and Segall. 
Trautman, Walter C. 
Troeger, Henry, and Lawrence. 
Trout, Norwood S., Jr. 
Ulrich, Bernhard, Jr. 
Walker, Howard. 
Waterman, Herbert C. 
Wheeler, Harold A. 
Winkler, Albert H. 
Wirth, Emil O. 
Wirth, Emil O. and Barfod. 
Wirth, Emil O., and Leibing. 
Wisman, Franklin O. 

Wood. Louvan E. „ 

Bendix, Gordon H., Chicago, 111., assignor to Continental 
Can Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Electrolytic strip- 
ping and determination of plating metal. 2,455,726, 
Dec. 7. - . 

Bendix Home Appliances, Inc., assignee : See — 
Bowen, Herbert C. 
Constantine, Arthur R. 
Moore, Robert L. 
Bendix, Vincent, Flemington, N. J., assignor to Helicop- 
ters, Inc. Mechanism for controlling helicopters with 
coaxial rotors. 2.448.073, Aug. 31. 
Bendix, Vincent, Flemington, N. J., assignor to Helicopters, 
Inc. Helicopter with coaxial rotors. 2,456,485, Dec. 
14. 
Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company, 
assignee : See — 
Eaton, Wilfred A. 
Fitch, Ellery R. 
Gates, Charles E. 
Rohrer. Frederick F., Jr. 
Vorech, Stephen. 
Bendixen, Palle N., Copenhagen, Denmark. Device for 
transforming direct current into alternating current 
or vice versa. 2,449,048. Sept. 14. 
Benedek, Elek K., Chicago, 111. Rotary hydraulic machine. 

2,452,541, Nov. 2. 
Benedict, T. N., Mfg. Co., assignee : See — 

Costa, Mannie F. 
Benenfeld, Peter, New York, N. Y. Reinforced corner 

seam for utility bags. 2,440,138, Apr. 20. 
Beney, James K. : See — 

Chatterjea, Prafulla K., and Beney. 
Bengert, Edgar F., Kansas City, Mo., assignor of one-half 
to A. N. Branson. Telescope mounting for guns. 
2,445,595, July 20. 
Benignus, Paul G., Belleville, 111., assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Fungus-proofing 
composition. 2,457,025, Dec. 21. 
Benioff, Hugo, La Canada, Calif., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Subarine Signal Company, Boston, Mass. 
Piezoelectric vibrator. 2,443,178, June 15. 
Benioff. Hugo, La Canada, Calif., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Submarine Signal Company, Boston, Mass. 
Electrical apparatus. 2,443,179, June 15. 
Benioff, Hugo, Pasadena, Calif., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Submarine Signal Company, Boston, Mass. 
Spark gap. 2,435,571, Feb. 10. 
Benioff, Hugo, Pasadena, Calif., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Submarine Signal Company, Boston, Mass. 
Acoustic structure. 2,444,911, July 13. 
Benioff, Hugo, Pasadena, Calif., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Submarine Signal Company, Boston, Mass. 
Device for transmitting and receiving compressional 
energy. 2,450,412, Oct. 5. 
Benioff, Hugo, Pasadena, Calif., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Submarine Signal Company, Boston, 
Mass. Spark transmitter. 2,450,413, Oct. 5. 
Benjamin, Allen, Chicago, 111. Flexible watch band. 

2,434,383, Jan. 13. 
Benjamin, Allen, Chicago, 111. Spring band. 2,452,286, 

Oct. 26. 
Benjamin, Allen, Chicago, 111. Spring winding machine. 

2,455.549. Dec. 7. 
Benjamin, Edward B. : See — 

Lippman, Alfred, Jr., Comstock. and Benjamin. 
Benjamin, George W., Birmingham, Ala., assignor to Con- 
tinental Gin Company. Belt conveyor frame construc- 
tion. 2.437,499, Mar. 9 



Benjamin, Milton L., Shaker Heights, and F. E. Winnen, 
Cleveland, Ohio ; said Winnen assignor to said Benjamin. 
Chuck. 2,436,848, Mar. 2. 

Benlee Sporting Goods Mfg. Co., assignee : See — 
Golomb, Jules. 

Benmatt Organization : See — 
Stunkel, Werner W. 

Benn, Stephen J., Philadelphia, Pa. Humidity modifying 
and heat conserving means. 2,445,102, July 13. 

Bennekou, Ingolf, Frederiksberg, assignor to Lovens 
Kemiske Fabrik v/Aug. Kongsted, Copenhagen, Den- 
mark. Production of such glucosides of polyoxy com- 
pounds with cyclopentane-polyhydro-phenanthrene ring 
system as have at least one free oxy group in the sterine 
skeleton. 2,455,214, Nov. 30. 

Benner, Dale A., Alton, 111. Rail leveler. 2,434,254, Jan. 
13. 

Benner, Harry L. : See — 

Bair, Robert R., Benner, and Walter. 

Benner, Harry L., and R. R. Bair, Niagara Falls, N. Y., 
assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Removing organic impurities from 
copper-cyanide electroplating baths. 2,434,191, Jan. 6. 

Benner, Harry L., and K. R. Bair, Niagara Falls, N. Y., 
assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Metalworking and stypping-plating 
process. 2,436,244, Feb. 17. 

Benner, Raymond C. : See — 

Melton, Romie L., and Benner, and Kirchner. 

Bennet, Owen G. : See — 

Frazer, Joseph W. C, and Bennett. 

Bennetch, David S., Sheridan, Pa. Semiautomatic auto- 
motive transmission with governor-synchronized gears. 
2,451,058, Oct. 12. 

Bennett, Alva H., Kenmore, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to American Optical Company, South- 
bridge, Mass. Microscope and counting chamber there- 
for. 2,435,952, Feb. 17. 

Bennett, Alva H., Kenmore, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to American Optical Company, South- 
bridge, Mass. Polarizing microscope and polarizing 
haemacytometer therefor. 2,435,953, Feb. 17. 

Bennett, Alva H., Kenmore, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to American Optical Company, South- 
bridge, Mass. Apparatus for vapor coating of large 
surfaces. 2,435,997, Feb. 17. 

Bennett, Ashley C, St. Louis Park, Minn. Liquid fuel 
burner control. 2,456,170, Dec. 14. 

Bennett, Barney, New York, N. Y. Carburetor attachment 
for conserving fuel. 2,437,992, Mar. 16. 

Bennett, Charles E., Ridgewood, N. J. Apparatus for 
protecting inflammable liquids against fire. 2,449,270, 
Sept. 14. 

Bennett, Charles E., Ridgewood, assignor to The Okonite- 
Callender Cable Company, Incorporated, Paterson, N. J. 
High-tension electric cable. 2,457,436, Dec. 28. 

Bennett, Charles E., Ridgewood, assignor to The Okonite- 
Callender Cable Company, Incorporated, Paterson, N. J. 
Joint for pipe lines. 2,457,438, Dec. 28. 

Bennett, Charles E., Ridgewood, and P. V. White, Ro- 
chelle Park, assignors to The Okonite-Callender Cable 
Company, Incorporated, Paterson, N. J. Joint struc- 
tures for cables. 2,449,271, Sept. 14. 

Bennett, Charles E., Ridgewod, and P. V. White, Rochelle 
Park, assignors to The Okonite-Callender Cable Com- 
pany, Incorporated, Paterson, N. J. Terminal bushing 
for power cables. 2,457,437, Dec. 28. 

Bennett, Clark F., Montpelier, Ind. Holder for double 
edged wafer type blades. 2,437,928, Mar. 16. 

Bennett, Donald E., Larkspur, Calif. Emergency wheel. 
2,447,225, Aug. 17. 

Bennett, Donald E., Larkspur, Calif. Sign for electric 
doorbell switches. 2,447,226, Aug. 17. 

Bennett, Edwin O., assignor to Continental Oil Company, 
Ponca City, Okla. Surface combustion cracking furnace. 
2,436,282, Feb. 17. 

Bennett-Feragen, Inc., assignee : See — 
Bennett, Harold L. 

Bennett, Frederick D., Dayton, and T. A. Newkirk, Fair- 
field, Ohio. Temperature control device. 2,438,109, 
Mar. 23. 

Bennett, George, Vallejo, Calif. Clamp. 2,453,112, 
Nov. 9. 

Bennett, Harold F., Rochester, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of the Navy. Telecentrie pro- 
jection lens. 2,445,594, July 20. 

Bennett, Harold L., assignor to Bennett-Feragen, Inc., 
South Bend, Ind. Starter testing apparatus. 2,446,039, 
July 27. 

Bennett Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Eaton, Charles F. 

Bennett, Irving K., Baldwin, N. Y. Broiler grill. 2,439,283, 
Apr. 6. 

Bennett, James B., Los Angeles, and J. J. McCarter, 
Alhambra, Calif., assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
Thermoid Company. Rubber wheel. 2,448,248, Aug. 
31. 

Bennett, Lawrence A., Industrial City, Mo. Reversible 
meat block and support stand. 2,440,629, Apr. 27. 

Bennett, Leonard W., assignee : See — 
Bannister, Walter L. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Bennett, Nicholas : See — 

Foster, Reginald T., and Bennett. 
Hawkins. Peter A., and Bennett. 

Bennett, Owen G. : See — 

Frazer, Joseph C. W., and Bennett. 

Bennett, Paul G., Boston, Mass. Toothbrush. 2,445,657, 
July 20. ^ 

Bennett, Bacy D., assignor to "Vinco Corporation, Detroit, 
Mich. Machine tool. 2,442,635, June 1. 

Bennett, Robert M., Birmingham Township, Chester 
County, Pa., assignor to General Electric Company. 
Electric circuit interrupter. 2,442,190, May 25. 

Bennett, Robert N., Findlay, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Gar Wood Industries, Inc., Detroit, 
Mich. Digging wheel drive for trenchers. 2,451,315, 
Oct. 12. 

Bennett, Wallis R., assignor to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pany, Midland, Mich. Producing an alkaline detergent. 
2,455,648. Dec. 7. 

Bennett, William O., Jr., assignor to Hamilton Watch 
Company, Lancaster, Pa. Timing apparatus. 2,437,929, 
Mar. 16. 

Bennett, William O., Jr., Lancaster Township, Lancaster 
County, assignor to Hamilton Watch Company, Lancas- 
ter, Pa. Gear testing apparatus. 2,444,016, June 22. 

Bennett, William O., Jr., Lancaster Township, Lancaster 
County, assignor to Hamilton Watch Company, Lan- 
caster, Pa. Cylindrical hairspring form. 2,457,631, 
Dec. 28. 

Benning, Anthony F., Woodstown, N. J., assignor to 
Kinetic Chemicals, Inc., Wilmington, Del. Distillation 
process for separating products of chloroform fluorina- 
tion. 2,450,414, Oct. 5. 

Benning, Anthony F., Woodstown, N. J., assignor to 
Kinetic Chemicals, Inc., Wilmington, Del. Distillation 
process for separating products of carbon tetrachloride 
fluorination. 2,450,415, Oct. 5. 

Benning, Anthony F., Woodstown, N. J., and J. D. Park, 
assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Fluorination of acyclic olefinic com- 
pounds. 2,437,993, Mar. 16. 

Benning, Walter F., Toledo, Ohio, assignor to Mack Manu- 
facturing Corporation, New York, N. Y. Combined 
throttle and brake pedal. 2,452,981, Nov. 2. 

Benninger, Eduard : See — 

Villiger, Eugen and Benninger. 

Benoit, Leon, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Robert 
Gair Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Cellular carton. 
2,455,291, Nov. 30. 

Benrus Watch Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Marchand, Adamir. 

Bensen, Igor B„ Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Manipulator. 2,440,067, Apr. 
20. 

Bensen, Igor B., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Movable anode structure. 2,443,021, 
June 8. 

Benson, Alfred B. : See — 

Carroll, Fred M., and Benson. 

Benson, Ellen G. and R. E., Eden, N. Y. Toy. 2,445,994, 
July 27. 

Benson, Ernest H., Kansas City, Mo. Cooling fan for air- 
craft engines. 2,436,087, Feb. 17. 

Benson, Harold J., Pasadena, assignor to Hartwell Avia- 
tion Supply Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Hinge struc- 
ture. 2,440,817, May 4. 

Benson, John B., Pittsfield, Mass. Antirattle device for 
windows and the like. 2,440,887, May 4. 

Benson, John H., assignor to Mullins Manufacturing Cor- 
poration, Salem, Ohio. Top access refrigerator cabinet. 
2,446,322, Aug. 3. 

Benson, Merle K., Benton Harbor, Mich., assignor to 
T-M-K Corporation, Davenport, Iowa. Hand sled. 
2,446,452, Aug. 3. 

Benson, Ralph L., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Gibson Refrigerator Company, Greenville, Mich. Com- 
pressor motor and making same. 2,453,297, Nov. 9. 

Benson, Richard E. : See — 

Benson, Ellen G. and R. E. 

Bent, Arthur J., I'enn Township, Allegheny County, as- 
signor to The Westinghouse Air Brake Company, Wil- 
merdlng, Pa. Load compensating brake. 2,450,464, 
Oct. 5. 

Bent, Arthur J., Wilkinsburg, assignor to The Westing- 
house Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Fluid pres- 
sure controlled actuator. 2.452,176, Oct. 26. 

Bent, Ceorge IJ., Northbrook, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Consolidated Cosmetics, Chicago, 111. Powder 
box having sealing ling. 2.449,196, Sept. 14. 

Bent, Henry IS., Columbia, Mo. Heaters, stoves, and 
burners, particularly adapted for use in making field 
laboratory tests. 2,448,412, Aug. 81. 

Bentham, Albert E., assignor to The Baltimore Paper 
Box Co., Baltimore, Md. Carton. 2 454,029, Nov. 16. 

Bentley Engineering Company Limited, The, assignee : 
See- 
Deans, Frederick E., and Wainwrlght. 

Bentley, Frank B. : See — 

Doane, Lewis B.. and Bentley. 

Bentley, George K., assignor to McCray Refrigerator Com- 
pany, Kcndnllvllle, Ind. Liquid cooling apparatus. 
2,433,977, Jan. 6. 



Bentley, Harold P., Syracuse, N. Y. Work manipulator. 
2,445,016, July 13. 

Bentley, Robert H., assignor to The Arrow-Hart & 
Hegeman Electric Company, Hartford, Conn. Electric 
wire terminal. 2,451,466, Oct. 19. 

Bentley, Robert H., assignor to The Arrow-Hart & 
Hegeman Electric Company, Hartford, Conn. Reverse 
action switch control. 2,451.905, Oct. 19. 

Benton, Gela J., and W. A. Schumacher, Chicago, 111. 
Skin massager. 2,445,596, July 20. 

Bentzien, Leonard T. : See — 

Pearson, Herbert F., and Bentzien. 

Bentzman, Louis, Bronx, assignor to Accmatool Co., Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Adjustable tripod head. 2,434,829, 
Jan. 20. 

Bentzman, Louis, assignor to Accmatool Co., Inc., New 
York, N. Y. Engraving machine. 2,445,903, July 27. 

Benyak, John B., assignor to The Osborn Manufacturing 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. End brush and making. 
2,449,158, Sept. 14. 

Benyon. Frank : See — 

Coldwell, Joe D., and Benyon. 

Benziger, Alfred B., Chicago, 111. Tube holder. 2,449,197, 
Sept. 14. 

Berberich, Leo J., Forest Hills, assignor to Westinghouse 
Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Capacitor and di- 
electric therefor. 2,434,540, Jan. 13. 

Berberich, Leo J., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Overload 
relay. 2,456,907, Dec. 21. 

Berberich, Otto P. : See — 

Carman, Everett F., and Berberich. 

Berberich, Otto P., Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Inter- 
chemical Corporation, New ¥ork, N. Y. Printing ink. 
2,439,378, Apr. 13. 

Bercaw, Henry B., Kenton, Ohio. Pulley block. 2,453,963, 
Nov. 16. 

Berch, Samuel H., Beverly Hills, Calif. Carton for ice 
cream and the like. 2,443,530, June 15. 

Berch, Samuel H., Beverly Hills, Calif. Carton for food 
products. 2.443,531, June 15. 

Berch, Samuel H., Beverly Hills, assignor to The Flexible 
Vacuum Container Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif. 
"Vacuum sealing flexible packages. 2,449,272, Sept. 14. 

Berczeller, Arpad. New York, N. Y. Bile acid derivatives 
of aryl sulfonamides. 2.441,129. May 11. 

Berg, Carl, Northampton, and M. Berg, assignors to 
Nickel Cadmium Battery Corporation, Easthampton, 
Mass. Battery gland for terminals or vents. 2,456,246, 
Dec. 14. 

Berg, Clyde H. O., Long Beach, assignor to Union Oil 
Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Method and 
apparatus for educting oil from shale by utilizing hot 
spent shale. 2,441.386. May 11. 

Berg. Clyde H. O., Long Beach, assignor to Union Oil 
Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Wax oil 
separation with dehydration of solvent therefor. 
2,443,532, June 15. 

Berg, Isadore A., Cincinnati, Ohio. Compressed cereal. 
2,437.150, Mar. 2. 

Berg, Lloyd, O'Hara Township, Allegheny Co., and J. M. 
Harrison. Oakmont. assignors to Gulf Research & Devel- 
opment Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Azeotropic distilla- 
tion of chloroethyl benzene from chlorostyrene. 
2.442.229. May 25. 

Berg, Lloyd, Bozeman, Mont., and J. M. Harrison, Oak- 
mont. Pa., assignors to Gulf Research & Development 
Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Azeotropic distillation of 
chloroethvl benzene from chlorostvr"ne. 2,442,230, 
May 25. 

Berg, Louis. Birmingham, Mich Hydraulic jack. 
2.456.105, Dec. 14. 

Berg, Marcus : See — 
Berg, Carl, and M. 

Berg, Martin, Brooklyn, N. Y. Match book holder with 
wind guard. 2,435,491, Feb. 3. 

Berg, Martin. Brooklyn, N. Y. Dispenser with follower 
and valved outlet. 2.443.022. June 8. 

Berg. Otto G., Spokane, Wash. Blower. 2,437,183, Mar. 2. 

Bergan, Martin D., Westfield, assignor to The Thomas & 
Betts Co., Elizabeth, N. J. Tinsel wire connector. 
2,453,615, Nov. 9. 

Bergantino. Joseph F., San Francisco, Calif. Clothespin. 
2,457,026, Dec. 21. 

Bergeim, Frank H. : See — 

Lott, William A., and Bergeim. 

Bergel, Franz : See — 

Avison, Anthony W. D., Bergel, and Haworth. 

Bergel, Franz, and A. Cohen, Welwyn Garden City, Eng- 
land, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Hoffmann-La 
Roche Inc., Nutley, N. J. Manufacture of ketotetra- 
hydropvridine derivatives and hydroxypyridine deriva- 
tives. 2,440,218, Apr. 20. 

Bergel, Franz, and A. Cohen, Welwyn Garden City, Eng- 
land, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Hoffmann-La 
Roche Inc., Roche Park, Nutley, N. J. Manufacture of 
ketotetrahvdropyridine derivatives and hydroxypyri- 
dine derivatives. 2,440,219, Apr. 20. 

Bergel, Franz, A. L. Morrison, and H. Rinderknecht, 
Welwyn Garden City, England, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Hoffmann-La Roche Inc., Roche Park, 
Nutley, N. J. Manufacture of heterocyclic bases. 
2.440,803, Aug. 10. 



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Bergel, Franz, A. L. Morrison, and H. Rinderknecht, 
Welwyn Garden City, England, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Hoffmann-La Roche Inc., Roche Park, 
Nutley, N. J. 3-aryl-2-carbalkoxy piperidines and pyr- 
rolidines and synthesis thereof. 2,446,804, Aug. 10. 

Bergel, Franz, A. L. Morrison, A. R. Moss, M. Konigstein, 
and H. Rinderknecht, Welwyn Garden City, England, 
assignors to Hoffman-La Roche Inc., Nutley, N. J. 
Bile acid derivatives and the manufacture of same. 
2,456,363, Dec. 14. 

Berger, Alexandre, New York, N. T., assignor to Aircraft 
Hydraulics, Inc. Accumulator. 2,450,031, Sept. 28. 

Berger, Arthur F. : See — 

Kuner, William H., and Berger. 

Berger Bros. Company, assignee : See — 
Usinger, Henry E. 
Versoy, Irving R. 
Wolfe, Morton B. 

Berger, Earl O. : See — 

Robinson, Lawrence R., and K. I., Berger and Lang. 

Berger, Elwood A. : See — 

Olson, Malven L., and Berger. 

Berger, Emric W., San Diego, Calif. Water vehicle. 
2,438,493, Mar. 30. 

Berger, France B., Watertown, Mass., and W. A. Higin- 
botham, Santa Fe, N. Mex., assignors, by mesne assign- 
ments, to the United States of America, as represented 
by the Secretary of War. Electronic squaring circuit. 
2,441,387. May 11. 

Berger, George E. and J. A., Two Rivers, Wis. Inter- 
changeable toy. 2,450,326, Sept. 28. 

Berger, Henry G. : See — - 

Socolofskv, John F., and Berger. 

Berger, Henry G., Glen Rock, G. S. Crandall and J. F. 
Socolofsky, Woodbury, N. J., assignors to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated. Treatment of 
drying oils. 2,440,000, Apr. 20. 

Berger, Henry G., Glen Rock, and E. W. Fuller, Woodbury, 
N. J., assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, Incor- 
porated. Mineral oil composition. 2,442,915, June 8. 

Berger, Henry G., T. T. Noland, and E. W. Fuller, Wood- 
bury, N. J., assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, 
Incorporated. Mineral oil composition and improving 
agent thereof. 2,450,405, Oct. 5. 

Berger, Joseph, and M. Wachman, Brooklyn, N. X. Key 
holder. 2,451,056, Oct. 12. 

Berger, Julia A. : See — 

Berger, George E. and J. A. 

Berger, Kornel. Kew Gardens, Long Island, N. Y. Lamp 
harp. 2,435.954, Feb. 17. 

Berger, Samuel I., Newark, N. J. Spring opened index. 
2,446.900, Aug. 10. 

Bergerioux, Ren6, Saint-Cloud, France. Tethered ball 
game apparatus. 2,437,454, Mar. 9. 

Bergeron, Gerard, Wotton, Quebec, Canada. Portable mo- 
tor base. 2,433,978, Jan. 6. 

Berges, Donald M., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Borg-Warner Corporation, Chi- 
cago, 111. Explosion-proof motor. 2,454,371, Nov. 23. 

Bergh, Charles J., assignor to Jacobsen Manufacturing 
Company, Racine, Wis. Motor drive for centrifugal 
pumps. 2,434,979. Jan. 27. 

Bergh, Philip, Forest Hills, N. Y. Motion-picture target. 
2,456.857. Dec. 21. 

Berghoff, Mathew W., Lafayette, assignor to The B-J 
Company, Inc., West Lafayette, Ind. Inside storm 
window. 2,456,486, Dec. 14. 

Bergier, Jacques, A. Eskenazi, and A. Helbronner, Lyon, 
France ; vested in the Attorney General of the United 
States. Automatic measurement of length by means of 
electrical impulses. 2,436,785, Mar. 2. 

Berglund. Harold R., Los Angeles, assignor to Douglas 
Aircraft Company, Inc., Santa Monica. Calif. Badge 
having a detachable tag cooperating with an integral 
window in said badge. 2,441,002, May 4. 

Berglund, Nils, administrator : See — 

Flater, Harold, Berglund, and Waernhoff, and Fran- 
son. 

Berglund. Ralph M., Seattle, Wash., assignor to American 
Can Company. New York, N. Y. Making vent valves for 
containers. 2,456,615, Dec. 21. 

Bergman, Charles P., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Rock- 
well Manufacturing Company. Fluid meter. 2,449,973, 
Sept. 28. 

Bergman, Charles P., deceased, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; W. V. 
Elliott, administrator, assignor to Rockwell Manufac- 
turing Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Rotary fluid meter. 
2,449,974, Sept. 28. 

Bergman, Eugene E., Red Bank, N. J. Control means for 
maintaining constant temperature of liquids. 2,444,416, 
July 6. 

Bergman, Gote E., New York, N. Y. Razor blade sharp- 
ener. 2,452,094, Oct. 26. 

Bergman, Mendel, U. S. Navy. Water injection system 
for aircraft. 2,439,379, Apr. 13. 

Bergmann, Eric A., Fishkill, N. Y., H. V. Ashburn, Waynes- 
burg, Pa., and G. W. Eckert, Glenham, assignors to The 
Texas Company, New York, N. Y. Method of prepara- 
tion of barium soap greases. 2,450,224, Sept. 28. 

Bergmann, Ernst, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Polymerisable Products Limited, London, England. 
Preparing acetone-chloroform. 2,446,453, Aug. 3. 



Bergmann, Ernst, and M. Sulzbacher, assignors to Poly- 
merisable Products, Limited, London, England. Pro- 
duction of secondary and tertiary halogenated alcohols. 
2.446,454, Aug. 3. 

Bergmann, Paul F., Muskegon, assignor to Johnson Prod- 
ucts, Inc., Muskegon Heights, Mich. Hydraulic tappet. 
2,438,631, Mar. 30. 
Bergquist, Carl H., Forest Hills, assignor to Elliott Com- 
pany, Jeannette, Pa. Deaerating heater. 2,452,716. 
Nov. 2. 

Bergstein, Frank D., et al., assignee : See — 
Bergstein, Samuel, and Van Guelpen. 

Bergstein, Robert M., assignee, trustee, et al. : See — 
Bergstein, Samuel. 

Bergstein, Samuel, Cincinnati, Ohio. Making gas filled 
flexible containers. 2,442,161, May 25. 

Bergstein, Samuel, Cincinnati, Ohio, assxgnor.to R. M. and 
F. D. Bergstein, trustees. Making grease- and moisture- 
proof coated paperboard. 2,443,2^1, June 15. 

Bergstein, Samuel, Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to R. M. and 
F. D. Bergstein, trustees. Waxing paper. 2,443.^22. 
June 15. 

Bergstein, Samuel, Cincinnati, and L. J. Van Gueipen, 
Middletown, Ohio, assignors to R. M. and F. D. Berg- 
stein. trustees. Maintaining and conveying cartons. 
2,443,293. June 15. 

Bergsteinsson, Ingolfur, Billings, Mont., and J. R. Scheibli, 
Oakland, assignors to Shell Development Company, San 
Francisco, Calif. Production and recovery of olefin 
oxides. 2,437,930, Mar. 16. 

Bergstrom, Albert L„ assignor to The Timken Roller 
Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. Unit handled double 
row roller bearing. 2.447.928, Aug. 24. 

Bergstrom, Albert L., and Harold D. Stover, assignors to 
The Timken Roller Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. 
Unit handled double row roller bearing. 2,447,838, 
Aug. 24. 

Bergstrom, Carl O., Boston, Mass., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Westinghouse Electric Corporation. 
Axial flow fan. 2,435,645, Feb. 10. 

Bergstrom, Carl O., Boston, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Westinghouse Electric Corporation. 
Centrifugal fan. 2,439,124, Apr. 6. 

Bergstrom, Carl P., Millbury, assignor to Crompton & 
Knowles Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Warp beam 
for looms. 2,445,932, July 27. 

Bergstrom, Carl P., Millbury, assignor to Crompton & 
Knowles Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Support for 
warp beam in looms. 2,447,227, Aug. 17. 

Bergstrom, Eric V., Short Hills, N. J., assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated. Method ant' ap- 
paratus for transfer of particle form solids. 2,443.180, 
June 15. 

Bergstrom, Eric V., Short Hills, N. J., assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated. Heater. 2,445,554, 
July 20. 

Bergstrom, Eric V., Short Hills, N. J., assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated. Heater. 2,446,805, 
Aug. 10. 

Bergstrom, Eric V., Short Hills, N. J., and E. Utterback, 
Upper Darby, Pa., assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Com- 
pany, Incorporated. Method and apparatus for transfer 
of particle form solids. 2,443,412, June 15. 

Bergstrom, Herman A. : See — 

Von Glahn, William H., and Bergstrom. 

BergstrOm, Hilding O. V., Stocksund, G. B. Heijmer, 
Enebyberg, and K. G. Trobeck, Stockholm, Sweden. In- 
durating boards of fibrous materials. 2,437,931, Mar. 
16. 

Bergvall, Knut L., and E. E. Dahlberg, Stockholm, Sweden. 
Device for the joining of tubes. 2,452,219, Oct. 26. 

Beringer, George E., assignor to Bendix Aviation Cor- 
poration, South Bend, Ind. Supporting beam for air- 
craft landing gears. 2,440,068, Apr. 20. 

Berini, Clarence J., Detroit, Mich. Door lock. 2,448,293, 
Aug. 31. 

Berk, Abraham A. : See — 

Schroeder, Wilburn C, and Berk. 

Berke, Aaron, assignor to Victory Container Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Shipping container. 2,445,467, July 
20. 

Berkeley, Harrison C, Dayton, Ohio, assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Ice tray. 2,454,960, 
Nov. 30. 

Berkey, William E., Forest Hills, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Circuit in- 
terrupter. 2,433,650, June 22. 

Berkholder, George H., assignor to Minneapolis, Honeywell 
Regulator Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Switch. 
2,452,425, Oct. 26. 

Berkley, Carl : See — 

Feldt, Rudolf, and Berkley. 

Berkline Corporation, assignee : See — 
Belisle, Adelard J. 

Berkman, Herbert A., Chicago, 111., assignor to Zim Manu- 
facturing Company. Cylinder ridge reamer. 2,452,095, 
Oct. 26. 

Berkoff, Seymour, Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Phase shifting circuit. 2,451,796, 
Oct. 19. 

Berl, Ernst, Pittsburgh, Pa., deceased ; W. G. Berl, execu- 
tor. Making activated carbon. 2,441,125, May 11. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Berl, Walter G., executor : See — 
Barl, Ernst. 

Berli, Norbert C., et al. : See — 

Hufferd, George H., and Berli. 

Berlinger, Bernard E., Elkins Park, assignor to Quaker 
City Gear Works, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Continuous 
shaft brake for fishing reels. 2,454,090, Nov. 23. 

Berman, Harry, Cambridge, Mass., assignor to Reeves Ely 
Laboratories, Inc., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for de- 
termining electrical axis of quartz crystals. 2,445,132, 
July 13. 

Berman, Henry L., Jamaica, N. Y. Foot medication appli- 
cator. 2,451,906, Oct. 19. 

Berman, Samuel, Richmond Hill, assignor to Waugh Equip 
ment Company, New York, N. Y. Locator. 2,437,455, 
Mar. 9. 

Berman, Samuel, Richmond Hill, assignor to Waugh 
Equipment Company, New York, N. Y. Variable trans- 
former. 2,450,868, Oct. 12. 

Bernab6, Cayetano, Buenos Aires, Argentina. Dropper. 
2,450,225, Sept. 28. 

Bernard, Andre\ Paris, France. Production of substitute 
leather. 2,446,806, Aug. 10. 

Bernard, George G. : See — 

Bond, Donald C, and Bernard. 

Bernard, George G., Evanston, and D. C. Bond, North- 
brook, assignors to The Pure Oil Company, Chicago. 111. 
Separation of olefins from hydrocarbon mixtures. 
2,451,376, Oct. 12. 

Bernard, Julius Z., Freeport, N. Y. Bed frame and de- 
tachable grinding roller unit. 2,451.057, Oct. 12. 

Bernard, Walter J., Oakland, Calif. Label feed control. 
2,440,458, Apr. 27. 

Bernardi, Dominic J., Bronx County, N. Y., assignor to 
Interchemical Corporation. Manufacture of amino 
acids. 2,457,117, Dec. 28. 

Bernas, Robert : See — 

Yardeny, Michel N., and Bernas. 

Bernath, Egon, New York, N. Y. Raincoat construction. 
2,441,746, May 18. 

Bernau. Arthur C, Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Packsack. 
2,456.247. Dec. 14. 

Berndt, Arthur. New York, N. Y. Variable speed control. 
2,435,122, Jan. 27. 

Berndtson, John O., Short Beach, assignor to The Snow- 
Nabstedt Gear Corporation, New Haven, Conn. Trans- 
mission mechanism. 2,437,314, Mar. 9. 

Bernhard, Richard, assignor to Traylor Engineering & 
Manufacturing Company, Allentown, Pa. Riding ring 
mounting for rotary cylinders. 2,449,198, Sept. 14. 

Bernhardt, Richard P. : See — ■ 
Adams, Robert E. 

Bernhart, Finn W. : See — 

Alburn, Harvey E., Charney, and Bernhart. 

Berning, Theodore J., Dayton, and M. P. Hoover, Lewis- 
burg, Ohio. Ball game. 2.439,333, Apr. 6. 

Bernreuter, Herbert A., assignor to Simpson Electric Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Electrical measuring instrument. 
2,456,171. Dec. 14. 

Berns, Mel : See — 

Satz, Frank, Berns, and Sontag. 

Bernstein, Edward A., Cedarhurst, N. Y. Flashlight 
holder. 2,437,373, Mar. 9. 

Bernstein, Herbert I., and D. Long, Chicago, 111., assignors 
to Quaker Chemical Products Corp., Conshohocken, Pa. 
Amino acrylates. 2,441,130, May 11. 

Bernstein, Herman, assignee et al. : See — - 
Warner, Samuel W. 

Bernstein, Irving : See — 

Resnlkoff, Abraham, and Bernstein. 

Bernstein, Jacob, Omaha, Nebr. Hose rack. 2,434,140. 
Jan. 6. 

Bernstein. Seymour: See — 

Dorfman, Louis, and Bernstein. 

Bernstein, Seymour, Pearl River, and L. Dorfman, as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to American Cyanamid 
Company, New York, N. Y. Hydrogenalysis of steroid 
thioacetals. 2,440,660, Apr. 27. 

Bernstein, Seymour, Pearl River, and L. Dorfman, as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to American Cyanamid 
Company, New York, N. Y. Dialkvl thioacetals of 
rholestanone and method. 2,453,566, Nov. 9. 

Bcronius, Harry V., assignor to Welding Machines Manu- 
facturing Company, Detroit, Mich. Welding gun. 
2,456,106, Dec. 14. 

Berry, Clifton V., New York, N. Y. Cooperative social and 
business card display. 2,437,415, Mar. 9. 

Berry, Clifton V., Now Haven, Conn. Clothes washing 
Implement, 2,444,491, July 0. 

Berry, Cyril E., assignor to Southern Engineering Supplies 
(Pry.) Ltd., Johannesburg, Transvaal, Union of South 
Africa. Circuit breaking switch. 2,443,338. .Tunc 1 ."i 

Berry, Francois J., Lille, France. Gyratory screen 
2,456,248. Dec. 14. 

Berry, Frank, Corinth, Miss. Rotary internal-combustion 
engine of the rotary abutment type. 2,447,608, Aug 
24. 

Berry, Frank, Corinth, Miss. Multistage rotary fiuid 
power device of the rotary abutment type. 2.447,929, 
Aug. 24. 

Berry. Harry : Set 

McGlnniS, Albert S., and Berry. 



Berry, John W. : See — 

Kidder, Ray E., and Berry. 

Berry, Kenneth L„ Hockessin, assignor to E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Obtaining 
dispersions of polytetrafluoroethylene-ethylene copoly- 
mers. 2,448,952, Sept. 7. 

Berry, Mitchell M. : See — 

Lidral, John P., and Berry. 

Berry, Philip E., assignor to The Bristol Aeroplane Com- 
pany Limited, Bristol, England. Mounting for vibra- 
tory bodies. 2,457,340, Dec. 28. 

Berry, Russell G., Maplewood, assignor to Carter Carbu- 
retor Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Pump discharge fit- 
ting. 2,438,311, Mar. 23. 

Berry, Stephen S. : See — 

Beckett, Joseph A., and Berry. 

Berry, Thomas H., assignor to Green & Berry, Inc., 
Modesto, Calif. Cable spooling device for well drilling 
rigs. 2,453,184, Nov. 9. 

Berry, Walter R., assignor to Jonas Woodhead & Sons 
Limited, Leeds, England. Leaf spring. 2,450,869, Oct. 
12. 

Berry, William E., and M. M. Wilson, Cincinnati, Ohio, 
assignors to Interchemical Corporation, New York. N. Y. 
Finishing wood surfaces with resin coatings. 2,441,953, 
May 25. 

Berry, William S., Buffalo, N. Y. Diaper washer. 
2,456,364, Dec. 14. 

Berstell, Leo, Waterbury, Conn. Watch bezel. 2,453,616, 
Nov. 9. 

Berstrom, Eric V. : See — 

Payne, John W., Valas, Atwood, and Bergstrom. 

Bersudsky, Sidney, Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada. Ad- 
justable sock stretcher. 2,453,183, Nov. 9. 

Bert, Leonce, and M. ProcoflefE, Paris, assignors to Societe 
Anonyme dite : Societe D'Innovations Chimiques dite : 
Sinnova ou Sadie, Meaux-Beauval. France. Preparation 
of acid alkyl sulphates. 2,441,865, May 18. 

Bertalotto, Marion F., Monett, Mo. Combined billfold 
and card retainer. 2,452.096. Oct. 26. 

Bertea, Alex, Altadena, Calif. Electric motor. 2,453,359, 
Nov. 9. 

Bertea, Alex, Pasadena, Calif. Check valve. 2,447,729, 
Aug. 24. 

Bertea, Alex, Pasadena, Calif. Electric motor. 2,453,358, 
Nov. 9. 

Bertea, Alex, Pasadena, Calif. Wobble plate pump. 
2.457,339, Dec. 28. 

Berthelson, Louis E. : See — - 

Sprague, Robert B., and Berthelson. 

Berthier, Jules H, Chamalieres, C. Montriant, and J. A. 
Colin, Suresnes, assignors to Comptoir de Materiel Tex- 
tile. Soci§t£ a Responsabilite' Limitee, Paris, France. 
Making cabled yarns or cabled thread and means for 
carrying out the said method. 2,434,384, Jan. 13. 

Bertine, Gladys L., administratrix : See — 
Schultz, Mortimer A., and Bertine. 

Bertine, Robert E. : See — 

Schultz, Mortimer A., and Bertine. 

Bertram, Frederick A., Los Angeles, Calif. Fastener. 
2,443,372, June 15. 

Bertram, William A., Chicago, 111. Bottle holder and car- 
rier. 2,442,636, June 1. 

Bertram, William A., Chicago, 111. Bottle holder and 
carrier. 2,457,027, Dec. 21. 

Berwick, John D.. Alton, 111., assicnor to Olin Industries, 
Inc. Copper base alloys. 2.445.868. July 27. 

Beshgetoor, Ray V.. Merehantville. N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Making matrices for fresnel- 
type lenses. 2,441.747. May 18. 

Besore, Jay M., Chevy Chase, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Briggs Filtration Company, Bethesda, 
Md. Filter. 2.454,030, Nov. 16. 

Ressler. Edward T., and J. A. Orcholl, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Flashlight for boxes. 2.436,088, Feb. 17. 

Best. Albert H. : See — 

Bnfn. Joseph P.. and Rest. 

Best, Albert L., Darien, Conn. Making inflatable articles. 
2.444.150, June 29. 

Best. Albert L., Darien, Conn. Diaper. 2,444,973, July 13. 

Rest. Chris E. : See — 

Radcliffe. Milton R., and Best. 

Best, Clarence S., assignor to National Sewing Machine 
Company, Belvidere, 111. Sewing machine bobbin 
winder. 2,449,835. Sept. 21. 

Best, David M. : See — 

Claypool, Robbins M., nnd Best. 

Best Foods, Inc., The, assignee : See — 
Cooding, Chester M., and Rich. 

Best, Frank E., Indianapolis, Ind. Key bit. 2.440,428, 
Apr. 27. 

Best, Frank E., Indianapolis, Ind. Key. 2,440,429, Apr. 
27. 

Best, Frank E., Indianapolis, Ind. Lock-throw mechanism. 
2,4 10,430, Apr. 27. 

Best, Frank E., Indianapolis, Ind. Lock tumbler. 
2,440,431, Apr. 27. 

Best, Frank E., Indianapolis, Ind. Lock core. 2,440,432, 
Apr. 27. 

Best, Frank E., Indianapolis, Ind. Unpickable lock. 
2,440,433, Apr. 27. 



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System of locks. 
Proximity and direc- 



Best, Frank E., Indianapolis, Ind. 

2,440,434, Apr. 27. 
Best, Frank E., Indianapolis, Ind. 

tion indicator. 2,457,199, Dec. 28. 

Beste, Harold E., East Rutherford, assignor to Allen B. 

Du Mont Laboratories, Inc., Passaic, N. J. Controlled 

blocking tube oscillator. 2,445,933, July 27. 

Beste, Harold E., East Rutherford, assignor to Allen B. 

Du Mont Laboratories, Inc., Passaic, N. J. Process and 

apparatus for monitoring synchronizing generators. 

2,448,762, Sept. 7. 

Bestland, Leonard A., Minneapolis, Minn. Shoe protector. 

2,436,187, Feb. 17. 
Beth, Hugo W. H., assignor to Norton Company, Worces- 
ter, Mass. Pulpstone. 2,450,226, Sept. 28. 
Beth, Hugo W. H., assignor to Norton Company, Worces- 
ter, Mass. Pulpstone. 2,450,227, Sept. 28. 
Bethlehem Steel Company, assignee : See — 
Davidson, Harvey E. 
Jameson, William H., and Durkee. 
Poole, William D. 

Snadecki, Clarence W., and Richards. 
Wilson, Tom. 
Zollinger, Walter H. 
Bettendorf Company, The, assignee : See — 

Kottmann, Arthur A., and Rohlfing. 
Better-Bilt Door Company, assignee : See — 

Kaiser, Frederick. 
Better Health, Inc., assignee : See — 
Eckard, Harry L., and Kennedy. 
Betteridge, Walter and E. R. Gadd, assignors to The 
Bristol Aeroplane Company Limited, Bristol, England. 
Bearing alloy. 2,451,907, Oct. 19. 
Better Packages Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Cullin, Jasper F. 
Fitch, Harold L. 
Krueger. Theodore H. 
Sharpe, Everett E. 
Bettler, Philip, Boston, and H. D. Doolittle, Cambridge, 
Mass., assignors, by mesne assignments, to the United 
States of America as represented by the Secretary of 
War. Line pulse modulator for multichannel transmit- 
ters. 2,449.443, Sept. 14. 
Betts, Gilbert A. : See — 

De Boer, Willis, Betts, and Polidor. 
Betts, James A., Easton, Pa. Suction apparatus. 

2,442,282, May 25. 
Betts, John T., Los Angeles, Calif. Workholding attach- 
ment for drill presses. 2,445,103, July 13. 
Betts. Mazeppa D. : See — 

Thomas, Ralnh B., and Betts. 
Betts, Mazeppa D., Rockport, assignor to Sylvania Elec- 
tric Products Inc., Salem, Mass. Adapter for electric 
lamps. 2,444,278, June 29. 
Betz, Albert, Hamilton, Ohio. Coupling for shafts. 

2.453.964, Nov. 16. 

Beusch, Willi, assignor to Landis & Gyr, A-G., Zug, 
Switzerland. Remote indicating plant operating on the 
impulse compensation method. 2,451,606, Oct. 19. 

Bevan, John G., assignor to Guggenheim Brothers, New 
York, N. T. Sewage treating apparatus comprising a re- 
ceptacle having a rotatable support partially submerged 
in liquid therein and having a matrix of oxidizing bac- 
teria thereon. 2,433,884, Jan. 6. 

Bevan, Leslie H. : See — ■ 

Fletcher, Roy A., and Bevan. 

Beverly, Nelson E., Williamstown, assignor to Sprague 
Electric Company, North Adams, Mass. Artificial trans- 
mission line. 2,440,652, Apr. 27. 

Beverton, Raymond J. H. : Bee — 

Collings, Norman H., and Beverton. 

Bevilacqua, Edward M. : See — 

Williams, John W., and Bevilacqua. 

Bevins, James E., Hackensack, assignor to Bendix Avia- 
tion Corporation, Bendix, N. J. Rate of turn indicator. 
2,444,625, July 6. 

Beward, Chalmer L., assignor to The General Tire & 
Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Making vehicle tires. 
2,437,873, Mar. 16. 

Bewley, Adele L., Buffalo, N. Y. Magnetic reflective toy. 

2.453.965, Nov. 16. 

Beyer, Charles M., Flemington, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Blanking apparatus. 2,437,994, Mar. 16. 

Beyer, Henry J., assignor to Bitter Company, Inc., Roch- 
ester, N. Y. Sanitary body rest for chairs. 2,445,809, 
July 27. 

Beyerle, Robert C, Granger, Ind. Coupling. 2,446,406, 
Aug. 3. 

Beyerstedt, Ralph L., assignor to The Frank G. Hough Co., 
Libertyville, 111. Tractor shovel. 2,444,692, July 6. 

Beynon, Nathan T., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to New 
Wrinkle, Inc., AVilmington, Del. Cellulose compound 
wrinkle composition. 2,456,670, Dec. 21. 

Beynon, Nathan T., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to New* 
Wrinkle, Inc., Wilmington, Del. Flexible material with 
wrinkle-textured coating. 2,456,671, Dec. 21. 

Beyvl, Joseph M. : See — 

Barnett, Charles A., and Beyvl. 

Bezenah, William II. : Sff — 

Amos, James L., Schwegler, and Bezenah. 

Bezzerides. Paul A., Orosi, Calif. Hot cap setting ma- 
chine. 2,452,287, Oct. 26. 

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Biagi, Leon J., Rumford, R. I., assignor to Swank, Inc. 
Money clip. 2,447,996, Aug. 24. 

Biagi, Leon J., Rumford, R. I., assignor to Swank, Inc. 
Cravat holder. 2,457,341, Dec. 28. 

Bialek, John S., Ipswich, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Practice 
loading machine. 2,441,218, May 11. 

Bias, Frank J., Scotia, and H. W. Lord, Schenectady, 
N. Y., assignors to General Electric Company. Oscil- 
lograph apparatus. 2,449,801, Sept. 21. 

Bias, Frank J., Scotia, and H. W. Lord, Schenectady, N. Y., 
assignors to General Electric Company. Electronic saw- 
tooth wave generator. 2,457,522, Dec. 28. 

Biazzi, Mario, Brig, Switzerland. Separation of liquid 
emulsions. 2,438,244, Mar. 23. 

Bibb, John T., San Luis Rey, Calif. Draft operated 
angling mechanism for disk harrows. 2,450,574, Oct. 5. 

Bible, Milbert D., Mosheim, Tenn. Portable play pen. 
2,451,431, Oct. 12. 

Bible, Paul, Hollis, Okla. Safety coupling pin for trailer 
hitches. 2,454,856, Nov. 30. 

Bick Corporation, assignee : See — 
Wright, Roland T. 

Bickel, Bruce T., assignor to The Standard Register Com- 
pany, Dayton, Ohio. Strip feeding device. 2,451,467, 
Oct. 19. 

Bickell, William A., Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 
Loading sling. 2,440,712, May 4. 

Bickle, Harry M., Heston, England, assignor to Fram Cor- 
poration, East Providence, R. I. Dip stick gauge. 
2,443,294, June 15. 

Bicknell, George M., assignor to Carter Carburetor Cor- 
poration, St. Louis, Mo. Antidetonating device. 22,994, 
Apr. 20. 

Bidwell, George L., Riegelsville, Pa., assignor to Riegel 
Paper Corporation, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for 
producing variegated fiber lengths in the manufacture 
of paper. 2,456,249, Dec. 14. 

Bidwell, Homer T. : See — 

Wedge, Arthur F., and Bidwell. 

Bidwell, Joseph B., Philadelphia, Pa., and A. F. Under- 
wood, Grosse Pointe, assignors to General Motors Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Bearing testing machine. 
2,439,035, Apr. 6. 

Bieber, Otto, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for desiccation. 
2,451,316, Oct. 12. 

Bieberich, Paul, Fort Wayne, Ind. Lapping machine for 
wire drawing die compacts. 2,441,003, May 4. 

Bieberich, Paul, Fort Wayne, Ind. Machine for lapping 
wire drawing dies. 2,441,004, May 4. 

Bieberich, Paul, Fort Wayne, Ind. Wire-drawing die lap- 
ping machine. 2,450,077, Sept. 28. 

Biederman, Joseph B., Cincinnati, Ohio. Inhaler. 

2.436.877, Mar. 2. 

Biederman, Joseph B., Cincinnati, Ohio. Inhaler. 

2.436.878, Mar. 2. 

Biedermann, Robert, assignor to J. R. Geigy A.-G., Basel, 
Switzerland. Phenoxyphenyl propyl amines. 2,450,497, 
Oct. 5. 

Biefeld, Lawrence P. : See — - 

White, Erven, Steinman, and Biefeld. 

Biehl, John H., Westmont, N. J. Chance spinner device. 
2,449,762, Sept. 21. 

Bielak, Frank A. : See — 

Blumensaadt, Svend G, and Bielak. 

Bieling, Carl A., Westfield, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Translating device. 2,438,893, Apr. 6. 

Biemesderfer, George K., Jr., assignor to Armstrong Cork 
Company, Lancaster, Pa. Surface covered structure and 
surface covering therefor. 2,457,299, Dec. 28. 

Bienfait, Henri, and P. C. van der Willigen, Eindhoven, 
Netherlands, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Hart- 
ford National Bank and Trust Company, Hartford, 
Conn., as trustee. Coated welding rod. 2,451,655, Oct. 
19. 

Bier, Edmund, Geneva, Switzerland. Heelpiece for boots 
and shoes. 2,446,627, Aug. 10. 

Bierer, John M., Waban, assignor to Boston Woven Hose 
and Rubber Company, Cambridge, Mass. Manufacture 
of thermoplastic materials. 2,434,541, Jan. 13. 

Bierly, Nevin R. : See — - 

Jones, Thomas R., and Bierly. 

Bierman, Howard R., United States Navy. Oxygen mask. 
2,444,417, July 6. 

Biermann, David, Cook County, 111. Dispensing nozzle 
with automatic cutoff. 2,456,044, Dec. 14. 

Bierwirth, Rudolph A., Kingston, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Apparatus for simultaneously 
induction heating a plurality of elements. 2,442,968, 
June 8. 

Bierwirth, Rudolph A., Princeton, N. J., assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Handling bottles, etc. 
2,443,886, June 22. 

Biewen, John W. : See — 

Stewart, Raymond R., and Biewen. 

Bigelow, Charles A., Houston, Tex. Emergency aircraft 
exit for transport aircraft. 2,455,157, Nov. 30. 

Bigelow-Garvey Lumber Co., assignee : See — 
Johnson, Simon J. 

Bigelow- Liptak Corporation, assignee : See — 
Werner, Nels E. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



2,436,849, Mar. 2. 
Trap. 2,446,687, 



Biggie, Laurence C, Altadena, assigno. to General Con- 
trols Co., Glendale, Calif. Electromagnetic device with 
armature. 2,440,888, May 4. 

Biggs, Burnard S., Summit, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Composition comprising an acyl peroxide cured poly- 
ester and an alkaline carbonate. 2,448,572, Sept. 7. 

Biggs, James D., Oronogo, Mo., assignor to The Military 
Chemical Works, Inc. Formation of concentrated solu- 
tions of ammonium salts. 2,434,899, Jan. 27. 

Biggs, John L., Chicago, 111. Pusher conveyor unit. 
2,435,768, Feb. 10. 

Biggs, John L., assignor to Gits Bros. Mfg. Co., Chicago, 
111. High-speed oil seal. 2,447,930, Aug. 24. 

Bigley, William J., Jr., New York, N. Y. Tank track. 
2,435,194, Feb. 3. 

Bigwood, Joshua, & Son Limited, assignee : See — 
Pope, Alfred. 

Bikoff, Jonas, Brooklyn, N. Y. Foldable bracelet catch. 
2,457,200, Dec. 28. 

Billiuber, E., Inc., assignee : See — 

Givens, Horace T. F., and Herbst. 

Billiuber. Paul H., Douglas Manor, N. Y. Fluid-operated 
apparatus for producing molded articles. 2,435,866, 
Feb. 10. 

Bilhuber, Paul H., Douglas Manor, assignor to Steinway 
& Sons, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for edge-gluing 
strip elements. 2,453,185, Nov. 9. 

Billen, Geraldine N., assignee : See — 
Swern. Daniel, and Uillen. 

Biller, David J., assignor to Day-Brite Lighting, Inc., St. 
Louis, Mo. Suspension support for electric lighting 
fixtures. 2,446,736, Aug. 10. 

Billeter, Henry R., Highland Park, 111., assignor to Ammco 
Tools, Inc. Torque measuring wrench. 2,447,109, Aug. 
17. 

Billeter, Henry R., Highland Park, 111. Drill and drill jig 
bushing carrier attachment. 2,454,372. Nov. 23. 

Billetter, Halton A., Youngstown, Ohio. Downward stroke 
air evacuating jar sealing apparatus. 

Billings, Edward E., Los Angeles, Calif. 
Aug. 10. 

Billings, William A. : See — 

Ashford, James L., and Billings. 

Billingsley, Alva, Lamesa, Tex. Laminated insole for 
shoes. 2,435,337, Feb. 3. 

Billins, Martin, Brooklyn, and R. Fischer, New York, N. Y. 
Discardable and deodorizing garment shield. 2,434,830, 
Jan. 20. 

Billman, John H., Bloomington, Ind. Preparing a-amino 
acids and N-substituted-a-amino acids. 2,433,979, Jan. 6. 

Billman, Waller E., Philadelphia, Pa. Clamping holder 
for screws, bolts, and the like. 2,438,989, Apr. 6. 

Billner, Karl P., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Vacuum 
Concrete. Inc. Handling apparatus. 2.455,650, Dec. 7. 

Bilodeau, Wilfred J., Windsor, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric winding. 2,436,188, 
Feb. 17. 

Bilofsky. Maxwell M., assignee : See — 
Babb, Maynard A., and Hayes. 
Warsher, Adolph. 

Bilofsky, Maxwell M., Newark, N. J. Combination illumi- 
nating and sterilizing lamp. 2,434,980, Jan. 27. 

Bills, Lela, Dallas, Tex. Neck and ear protector. 
2,446,122, July 27. 

Biltz, Francis J., Eatontown, N. J. Voice operated anti- 
singing repeater. 2,455,914, Dec. 14. 

Binai, Walter R. : See — 

Williams, Joseph S., and Binai. 

Binash. Albert H, Oak Park, W. A. Tull, Midlothian, and 
R. T. Gautney, Chicago, 111. Chiropractic machine. 
2,451.607, Oct. 19. 

Binda, Frederick J., assignor to Polaroid Corporation, 
Cambridge, Mass. Light-polarizing polyvinyl sheet 
containing polyvinyl compound-boric acid complex. 
2,445.555. July 20. 

Binda, Frederick J., assignor to Polaroid Corporation, 
Cambridge, Mass. Hot-water treatment of vinyl resin 
light-polarizing slioet. 2,453,186, Nov. 9. 

Bindler, Jakob, assignor to J. R. Geigy A. G.. Basel, 
Switzerland. High molecular guanamlnes and their 
manufacture. 2,451,432. Oct. 12. 

Binenkorb, Marion C, Middletown, N. Y. Convertible 
studio bod and couch. 2,430,546, Feb. 24. 

Bingley, Frank J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Pbilco Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Adjusting means 
for transmission lines. 2,437,067, Mar. 2. 

Bingley. Frank J.. Chestnut Hill, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Pbilco Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Drive mechanism for the intermittent movement in a 
television motion-picture projector. 2,447,839. Aug. 24. 

Blnk, Arthur R., Westfield, N. J. Telescoping dispensing 
nozzle with fluid pressure-operated safety valve 
2,437,589, Mar. 9. 

Binkley, Stephen B. : See — 

Bird, Orson I)., and Binkley. 

Dolsy, Edward A., Thayer, MacCorquodale, McKee, 
and Binkley. 

Binneweg, Abraham, Jr., Oakland, Calif. Radio tube in- 
sulation. 2,440,889, May 4. 

Binneweg, Abraham, Jr., Oakland, Calif. Twin-cooled 
radio tube. 2,445,259, July 13. 



Binzel, Otto, Chicago, 111. Hand-operated rotary fruit 
juice extractor. 2,443,129, June 8. 

Biot, Maurice A., Pasadena, and T. H. Wiancko, Altadena, 
Calif. Flutter predicting apparatus. 2,448,698, Sept. 7. 

Biquard, Pierre, Boulogne-Billancourt, Fiance, assignor 
to International Standard Electric Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Supersonic measuring apparatus. 2,447,485, 
Aug. 24. 

Birch, Catherine R., executrix : See — 
Birch, John W. 

Birch, John W., Washington, D. C. ; C. R. Birch, executrix 
of said J. W. Birch, deceased. Power-driven conveyer 
attachment for dump trucks. 2,451,656, Oct. 19. 

Birch, Leland W., assignor to The Ohio Brass Company, 
Mansfield, Ohio. Steadying means for catenary trolley 
systems. 2,436.089, Feb. 17. 

Birch, Norman A., Mahwah, N. J. Heavy duty electrode 
holder. 2.443,592, June 22. 

Bircher, Clifford M., assignor to The Maico Company, In- 
corporated, Minneapolis, Minn. Dry cell battery with 
terminal cap. 2.445.556, July 20. 

Birchfield, Roy R., Shreveport, La. Master cylinder for 
hydraulic brakes. 2.434,063, Jan. 6. 

Bird, Byron M.. Columbus, Ohio, assignor to The Jeffrey 
Company. Submerged reciprocating screen. 2,452,982, 
Nov. 2. 

Bird, Len O., assignee : See — 
Brimhall, Kirk L. 

Bird, Orson D., and S. B. Binkley, assignors to Parke, 
Davis & Company, Detroit, Mich. Obtaining an anti- 
anemia vitamin product. 2,450,710, Oct. 5. 

Bird, Stanley P., Varona, assignor to Breeze Corporation, 
Inc., Newark, N. J. Quick disconnect joint. 2,457,523, 
Dec. 28. 

Birdsall, Robert E., Detroit, Mich. Combined hatch cover 
lock and headrest. 2.436.374, Feb. 24. 

Birdsall, Robert E., Detroit, Mich., assignor of twenty- 
four percent to G. R. Hotton, Williams Bay, and one- 
eighth to J. A. Moran, Delavan, Wis. Wall construction. 
2,438,428, Mar. 23. 

Birdsell, Harry R., Cleveland, Ohio. Necktie securing 
device. 2,449,539, Sept. 21. 

Birdseye, Clarence, assignor to Dehydration, Inc., Glouces- 
ter, Mass. Desiccating food products. 2.452.983, Nov. 2. 

Birdwell, Benjamin F„ assignor to Porcelain Metals Corpo- 
ration, Louisville, Ky. Drain connector for shower bath 
receptors. 2,437,068, Mar. 2. 

Blrge, Nathaniel B., Sherman, Tex. Suspension switch. 
2,443,441, June 15. 

Birkby, Harold, assignor to Standard Telephones and Ca- 
bles Limited, London, England. Joint for coaxial con- 
ductor electric cables. 2,442,337, June 1. 

Birl, Joseph J., Philadelphia, Pa. Bone. 2,436,283, 
Feb. 17. 

Birlec Limited, assignee : See — 

Robietto. Alfred G. E., and Hancock. 

Birmann, Rudolph, Newtown, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Turbo Engineering Corporation. Tur- 
bine bearing. 2,440,890, May 4. 

Birmann, Rudolph, Newton, Pa., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Turbo Engineering Corporation. Exhaust 
gas and hot air turbine system. 2.443,717, June 22. 

Biro, Laszlo J., Buenos Aires, Argentina, assignor, bv 
mesne assignments, to Eversharp, Inc., Chicago, 111, 
Fountain pen. 2.435,123, Jan. 27. 

Birr. Rudolph G. : See — 

Steiner, Frank G., and Birr. 

Birr, Rudolph G., Lombard, 111., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to American Linen Supply Co., Carson City, Ner. 
Stop mechanism and means for mounting. 2,451,191, 
Oct. 12. 

Birr, Rudolph G., Lombard, 111., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to American Linen Supply Co., Carson City, Nev. 
Dispensing apparatus for sheet material. 2,457,439, 
Dec. 28. 

Birsch, Edwin T., Lewistown, Pa., assignor to American 
Viscose Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Clutch for spin- 
ning buckets. 2,433,593, June 22. 

Birsch, Edwin T., and W. D. Silcox, Lewistown. Pa., as- 
signors to American Viscose Corporation, Wilmington, 
Del. Series filtration. 2,454,124, Nov. 16. 

Birtman Electric Company, assignee : See — 
French, Edward A. 
Lanter, Clarence W. 
Sparklin, Charles H. 

Bisbing. Gains W. : See — 

Gamble, David L., Cyr, Siller, and Bisbing. 

Bisch, James L., U. S. Army. Mine destroyer. 2,455,354, 
Dec. 7. 

Bisch, William, Holmdel, N. J., assignor to The Griscom 
Russell Company, New York, N. Y. Method .of making 
heat exchangers. 2,443,295, June 15. 

Blsh. Edwin E., East Detroit, Mich. Clamp bracket. 
2,454,857, Nov. 30. 

Bish, Ralph E. : See — 

Prouty, Robert E., Bish, and Adams. 

Bishofbergcr, Carl J., and W. E. Edelman, assignors to 
Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Company, Minneap- 
olis, Minn. Motor and brake construction. 2,445,658, 
July 20. 



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Bishop & Babcock Manufacturing Company, The, assignee : 
See — 

Curtis, Walter A. 

Mayo, Edward L., and Getz. 

Bishop, Harold O., and D. Kirk, Jr., United States Navy. 
Microwave vacuum tube. 2,449,975, Sept. 28. 

Bishop, Herbert S., London, England, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to International Standard Electric Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Electrical system for gaug- 
ing a dimension by the width of a spark gap. 2,454,763, 
Nov. 30. 

Bishop, Howard B., assignee : See — 
Smiley, Lloyd D., and Lansing. 

Bishop, J., & Co., Platinum Works, assignee : See — 
Hickey, George M., and Matlack. 

Bishop, John H. : See — 

Snyder, George H. S., White, Bishop, and Socolfsky. 

Bishop. John J. : See — 

Aldeborgh. Erik H., Emery, Bishop, and Boat. 

Bishop, John W., Cranford, assignor to Tide Water Asso- 
ciated Oil Company, Bayonne, N. J. Rust-preventive 
composition. 2,442,581, June 1. 

Bishop, John W., Cranford, assignor to Tide Water Asso- 
ciated Oil Company, Bayonne, N. J. Oxazoline reaction 
products. 2,442,582, June 1. 

Bishop, Lewis, Arcadia, Ela. Lawn mower. 2,448,074, 
Aug. 31. 

Bishop, Richard B. : See — - 

Denton, William I., and Bishop. 
Marisic. Milton M., Denton, and Bishop. 
Schlesman, Carleton H., Denton, and Bishop. 

Bishop, Willard L. V., Honolulu, Hawaii. Flange forming 
attachment for rivet guns. 2,442,556, June 1. 

Bishop, \\ illiam T., assignor to Hercules Powder Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Froth flotation of ores employing a 
water-soluble salt of a cymene sulfonic acid. 2,446,207, 
Aug. 3. 

Bissell, William T., assignor to Journal Box Servicing 
Corporation. Indianapolis, Ind. Journal box. 2,445,597, 
July 20. 

Bisso. Nino, New York, N. Y. Adjustable flexible band. 
2,449,273. Sept. 14. 

Bissout, Herbert A., Merchantville, N. J., and W. Y. Bor- 
resen, assignors to W. K. Mitchell & Company, Inc., 
Philadelphia, Pa. Electric resistance and filler metal 
butt welding. 2,453,061, Nov. 2. 

Biswell, Charles B., Woodstown, N. J., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Producing mercaptans. 2.436,137, Feb. 17. 

Bitler, William P., Haverstraw, T. C. Aschner, Stony 
Point, and L. Nicholl, Nyack, assignors to Kay-Fries 
Chemicals, Inc., West Haverstraw, N. Y. Preparing 
alkyl esters of chloroacetic acid. 2,452.350, Oct. 26. 

Bitney, Dewey H., assignor to Union Steel Products Com- 
pany, Albion, Mich. Transporting and storage crate. 
2,438,030, Mar. 16. 

Bitney, Dewey H., assignor to Union Steel Products Com- 
pany, Albion, Mich. Pallet or skid for handling mate- 
rials. 2,447,556, Aug. 24. 

Bittner, Alvie W. : See — 

Carlson. Carl A., and Bittner. 

Bituminous Coal Research, Inc., assignee : See — 
Engdahl, Richard B. 

Bitzenburger, Frank C, Los Angeles, Calif. Soldering 
iron. 2,447,110, Aug. 17. 

Bivens, Maurice E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electromagnetic switching sys- 
tem aided by space-discharge device. 2,441,789, May 18. 

Bixby, Willard F., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company New York, N Y. Method and appa- 
ratus for continuously transforming a dispersion of a 
rubbery material into a sheet. 2,444,626, July 6. 

Bixby, William H., assignor to D. R. Middleton and S. M. 
Hanley, doing business as Power Equipment Company, 
Detroit. Mich. Voltage regulation. 2,435,572, Feb. 10. 

Bixby, William H., assignor to D. R. Middleton and S. M. 
Hanley, doing business as Power Equipment Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Voltage regulation. 2.435,573. Feb. 10. 

Bixer, Edmond P., New York, N. Y. Cloth bolt display 
rack. 2,450,180, Sept. 28. 

Bjering, Olav : See — 

Hohl, John, and Bjering. 

Bjork. Carol d F. : See — 

Appleton, Robert A., Hickman, and Bjork. 

Bjorklund, Arvid, Minneapolis. Minn. Garbage cutting 
and flushing device. 2,446,073, July 27. 

Bjorklund, Gustaf E., Stockholm, Sweden. Dental hand- 
piece. 2.448.348, Aug. 31. 

Bjorksten, Johan : See — 

Fiedler, Stuart O., and Bjorksten. 
Klaber. Joseph H, and Bjorksten. 

Bjorksten Research Laboratories, Inc., assignee : See — 
Fiedler, Stuart O., and Bjorksten. 

Blaas, Johanna G., n6e Westendorp, widow : Bee — 
Blaas, Theeuwls A. H. 

Blaas, Theeuwis A. H., deceased, Nimeguen, by J. G. Blaas, 
nee Westendorp, widow, Epse, Gorssel, Netherlands, as- 
signor to Naamlooze Vennootschap Kunstzijdespinnerij 
Nyma, Nimeguen, Netherlands. Spinning viscose arti- 
ficial silk filaments comprising threads, staple fibers, 
bands, and the like. 2,451,148, Oct. 12. 

Black, Bruce H., Gary, Ind. Valve reseating tool. 
2,455,550, Dec. 7. 



Black, Elam L., assignee, et al. : See — 
Black, James E. 

Black, Eric A., Red Bank, N. J. Adjustable support. 
2,449.049, Sept. 14. 

Black, Harry L., Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, as- 
signor to General Railway Signal Company, Rochester, 
N. Y. Track circuits with battery charging or depolar- 
izing means. 2,448,349, Aug. 31. 

Black, James B., and W. F. Shurts, Rockford, 111., assignors 
to Twin Disc Clutch Company, Racine, Wis. Aero- 
dynamic brake and hoist combination. 2,448,855, Sept. 7. 

Black, James E., Chicago, assignor to J. E., E. L., W. J., 
and V. Black, a partnership doing business as Black 
Systems, Chicago, 111. Shingle. 2,437,874, Mar. 16. 

Black, James F., Roselle, N. J., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Production of hydrocarbons 
from carbon monoxide and hydrogen. 2,435,551, Feb. 3. 

Black, James F., Roselle, N. J., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Synthetic adsorbent for sepa- 
rating hydrocarbons. 2,442,191, May 25. 

Black, James J., assignor to The Trailmobile Company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Welding apparatus. 2,441,748, 
May 18. 

Black, James J., assignor to The Trailmobile Company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Antifriction trailer prop. 2,446,517, 
Aug. 10. 

Black, James J., assignor to The Trailmobile Company, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Tailgate for highway vehicles. 
2,453,617, Nov. 9. 

Black, Robert, Jr., South Orange, and F. F. Romanow, 
Summit, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Sonic translating de- 
vice. 2,434,900. Jan. 27. 

Black Rock Manufacturing Company, The, assignee : See — 
Maquat, Lloyd E. 

Black, Russell A., Los Angeles, Calif. Pipe juncture 
marking device. 2,436,542, Feb. 24. 

Black Systems, assignee : See — 
Black, James E. 

Black, Virginia, assignee, et al. :See — 
Black, James E. 

Black. Whitfield, assignee, et al : See — 
Black, James E. 

Black, William A., et al. : See — 

Maxson, William L., McLaren, Black, and Fry. 

Black, William C. : See — 

Kesler. Carl C, Black, Hicks, and Owen. 

Black, William E., assignor to Jones & Laughlin Steel Cor- 
poration, Pittsburgh, Pa. Separating ingots from their 
stools. 2.434,733, Jan. 20. 

Blackbourn, Joseph N., Prairie du Chien, Wis. Building 
block. 2,451,657, Oct. 19. 

Blackburn Aircraft Limited, assignee : See — 
Greenwood, George. 

Blackburn, Richard K., East Hartford, assignor to Crystal 
Research Laboratories, Incorporated, Hartford, Conn. 
Piezoelectric temperature measuring and control sys- 
tem. 2,456,811, Dec. 21. 

Blackburn, Wayne E., Wilkinsburg. assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Selenium rectifiers. 2,437,995. Mar. 16. 

Blackburn, Wayne E., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Mak- 
ing selenium rectifiers. 2.447,630, Aug. 24. 

Blackburn. Wayne E., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Se- 
lenium rectifier. 2,449,444. Sept. 14. 

Blacker, Latham V. S., Fittleworth, Pulbor^ugh, England. 
Recoilless gun. 2,456.812, Dec. 21. 

Blackhawk Mfg. Co., assignee : See — 
Traut. William A. 

Blackinton. George W.. and J. J. Calhoun. Philadelphia, 
Pa., assignors, by mesne assignments, to the United 
States of America. Projectile. 2.441,388, May 11. 

Blackinton, V. H, & Co., assignee : See — 
Moehle, Frederick W. 

Blackledse. Lawrence C, Portland, Oreg. Rotary plow. 
2,439,557, Apr. 13. 

Blackman. Enoch J., 
2,448,953. Sept. 7. 

Blackman, Frank G., Bluefield, W. Va. Muscilage con- 
tainer. 2.449,763, Sept. 21. 

Blackman, Mac, Easton, Pa., and J. Traube, New York, 
N. Y. : said Blackman assignor to said Traube. Closed 
vessel with self-locking means. 2.441,131. May 11. 

Blackman, Smith A., Kirkwood, assignor to Gaylord Con- 
tainer Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Shipping carton. 
2,453,829, Nov. 16. 

Blnckmore. Robert B., Casper, Wyo. Reversible scarifier. 
2,446.074, July 27. 

Blackstone Manufacturing Co., Inc., assignee : See — 
Kline, Donald. 

Blackwell, Preston J., Emerson, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Robert Gair Company, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. Carton erecting apparatus. 2,440,840, May 4. 

Blackwood, Albert J. : See — 

Sweeney, William J., Cloud, and Blackwood. 

Blackwood, Melville J. : See — 

Barnard. Kenneth H., Blasbaugh, and Blackwood. 

Blaetfler, Paul X., assignee, et al. : See — 
Ferla, John. 

Blahut, Anthony : See — 

Baker, Albert L., Markl, and Blahut. 



Sherman, Tex. Door holder. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Blain, Albert, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Radio receiver sequence tuner. 
2.453,187, Nov. 9. 

Blair, Alexander, and F. H. Collins, Pittsburgh, Pa., said 
Collins assignor to said Blair. Bottle dispenser. 
2.446.SC7, Aug. 10. 

Blair, Charles F., Webster City, Iowa. End gate. 
2,440.733, May 4. 

Blair. Charles M., Jr., Webster Groves, Mo., assignor to 
Petrolite Corporation, Ltd., Wilmington, Del. Compo- 
sition of matter. 2,444,328, June 29. 

Blair, Charles M., Jr., Webster Groves, Mo., assignor to 
Petrolite Corporation, Ltd., Wilmington, Del. Desalting 
mineral oils. 2,446,040, July 27. 

Blair, George W., Mishawaka, Ind., assignor to Unite 
States Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Preparatio; 
of rubber crumbs. 2,446,075, July 27. 

Blair, George W., W. J. Clayton, E. H. Clark, and J. F. 
Schott, Mishawaka, Ind., and A. W. Keen, Packanack 
Lake, N. J., assignors to United States Rubber Company, 
New York, N. Y. Apparatus for making sponge rubber 
articles. 2,441,235, May 11. 

Blair, Homer E., McCool, Ind. Switch lever stop. 
2,449,363, Sept. 14. 

Blair, James H., Prince Bay, Staten Island, assignor to 
Chayes Dental Instrument Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Dental tool attachment. 2,451,192. Oct. 12. 

Blair, James W. : See — 

Steinhoff, Gordon R., and Blair. 

Blair, Paul H., Chicago, 111. Power-operated toothbrush. 
2,435,421, Feb. 3. 

Blair, William R., Washington, D. C, and A. E. Woodruff, 
Oak Park, assignors to Automatic Electric Laboratories, 
Inc., Chicago, 111. Microphone adapted to be actuated 
by a bone structure of a user. 2451,317, Oct. 12. 

Blaisdell, Charles O., Oak Park, arid T. A. Daniel, Downers 
Grove, 111., assignors to Western Electric Company, In- 
corporated, New York, N. Y. Article feeding apparatus. 
2,446,901, Aug. 10. 

Blaisdell, Harold L., Little Rock, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Hazeltine Research, Inc., Chicago, 111. 
Wave-signal translating system. 2,444,721, July 6. 

Blaisdell, Harold L., Little Neck, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Hazeltine Research, Inc., Chicago, 111. 
Tuning indicator system. 2,447,309, Aug. 17. 

Blake, Edward S., Nitro, W. Va., assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Lubricating oil 
composition. 2,438,599, Mar. 30. 

Blake, Harold D., and W. J. Winninghoff, Cleveland 
Heights, Ohio, assignors to General Electric Company. 
Method and apparatus for manufacturing fluorescent 
lamps. 2,449,637, Sept. 21. 

Blake, Ralph K., Parlin, N. J., assignor to E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Photo- 
graphic silver halide emulsions. 2,449,836, Sept. 21. 

Blake, Ralph K., Rochester, N. Y., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Silver 
halide emulsions sensitized by mixtures of high polv- 
alkylene glycols and low polyhydric alcohols. 2,441,389, 
May 11. 

Blake, William P., assignor to K & B Man jfacturing Co., 
Fairmont, Okla. Belt driven roller mill with adjust- 
ably and yieldably mounted roller. 2,457,632, Dec. 28. 

Blakely, Robert T. : See — 

Robbins, Joseph J., and Blakely. 

Blakeslee, Clinton A., Middlebury, assignor to The Bristol 
Company, Waterbury, Conn. Mounting bracket for In- 
strument cases. 2,440,324, Apr. 27. 

Blakey, Harold L., Austwell, Tex., assignor to the United 
States, as represented by the Secretary of the Interior. 
Shield for tractors. 2.441,132, Mav 11. 

Blalack, Charles E., Altadena. Calif. Catting means. 
2,442,637, June 1. 

Blaloolc. Carroll S., Madison, Fla. Screw driver. 2,443,339, 
June 15. 

Blancha, Felix C. : See — 

Roberds. Wesley M., Beard, and Blancha. 

Blanchard, Andre, assignor to Rchlumberger Well Survey- 
ing Corporation, Houston, Tow Apparatus for produc- 
ing pressure pulses in boreholes. 2,451,797, Oct. 19. 

Blanchard, Benjamin B., Swampscott, Mass., assignor to 
United Shoo Machinery Corporation, Flemington. N. J. 
Fastening Inserting machine. 2,454,302, Nov. 23. 

Blanchard, Francis W., finvder, assignor to How lit Rub- 
ber Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. ' Breakable building 
form. 2,448.294. Aug. 31. 

Blanchard. Lloyd n.. Worcester, Mass. Plastic molding 
press. 2,446,041, July 27. 

Blanchard, Werner J., and C. S. J. MacNell, Dayton, Ohio, 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to General Motors 
Corporation. Detroit, Mich. Propeller mechanism. 
2.451.059, Oct. 12. 

Blanchet, Joseph 10. A., Mystic, Conn., assignor to Sonoco 
Products Company, Hartsville, S. C. Core for yarn or 
thread packages and making the same. Re. 23,046, 
Oct. 20. 

Bland. Julius : See — 

Banks, Ephraim, and Bland. 

Blanding, Forres! II., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Cracking of hydrocar- 
bon oils with finely divided heat resistant non-catalytic 
material. 2,430,160, Feb. 17. 



Blanding, Forrest H, Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Fluidized catalyst re- 
generation process which includes overhead cooling. 
2,454,373, Nov. 23. 

Blando, Thomas R., Utica. N. Y. Bowling score indi- 
cator. 2,452,288. Oct. 26. 

Blaney, Aubrey Middleton, Barkingside, Ilford, England. 
Collapsible perambulator or push chair. 2,447,557, 
Aug. 24. 

Blank, George W., Philadelphia, Pa. Shield for the bottom 
edges of trouser legs. 2 435,492, Feb. 3. 

Blankart, Andre, Basel, Switzerland, assignor to Hoff- 
man-La Roche Inc., Nutley, N. J. Process for isolating 
vanillin. 2,449,364, Sept. 14. 

Blankenbuehler, John H. : See — 

Croco, Charles P., and Blankenbuehler. 

Biann, William A. Stamford, Conn., assignor to American 
Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Purification of 
organic nitriles. 2,444,589, July 6. 

Biann, William A., Stamford. Conn., assignor to American 
Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Activation of 
anion exchangers in sugar purification. 2,451,272. Oct. 
12. 

Blanton.Ray E., Tulsa, Okla. Vehicle wheel mounting. 
2,455,216, Nov. 30. 

Blasi, Frank A., Newark, N. J. Novel spectacle frame. 
2,442,483, June 1. 

Blasier, Herbert E., South Pasadena, Calif. Grinding 
apparatus. 2,445,557, July 20. 

Blaske, Edward C, Wellsville, N. Y. Holder for sheet 
material. 2,452.426, Oct. 26. 

Blaski, John F., Chicago, 111. Roof construction. 
2,436,543, Feb. 24. 

Blau, Arthur H., assignor to Sterling Motor Truck Com- 
pany, Inc., Milwaukee, Wis. Wheel brake adjusting 
mechanism. 2,452,717, Nov. 2. 

Blau, Marietta, assignor to Canadian Radium and Cranium 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Method and apparatus 
for detecting changes in dimensions. 2,451,908, Oct. 
19. 

Blaw-Knox Company, assignee : See — 
Joseph, Lawrence E. 
Kalmeyer, Walter J. 
Shields, James R. 
Smith, Allen S. 

Blaydes, Frederick T., Canton, 111., assignor to Interna- 
tional Harvester Company. Tractor attaching structure 
for implements. 2,452,829, Nov. 2. 

Blazey, Lawrence E., Bay Village, Ohio, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Office Furniture & Fixtures, Inc., 
Washington, D. C. Caster unit. 2.450,228, Sept. 28. 

Blazier, Charles R., Pittsburgh, Pa., and D. A. S. Hale, 
Verona, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Cathode structure for 
electron discharge devices. 2,448,573, Sept. 7. 

Bleiweis, Jerome L. : See — - 

Fusco, Anthony J., and Bleiweis. 

Blessing, William H., Meriden, Conn., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Gauging apparatus 
for controlling a grinding operation. 2,447,558, Aug. 24. 

Bletcher, James H, assignee et al. : See — 
Bucknell, Ernest H., and Bletcher. 

Bletcher, Pearl W., assignee et al. : See — 
Bucknell, Ernest H., and Bletcher. 

Bletcher, Ralph E. : See — 

r.uclcnell, Ernest H., and Bletcher. 

Blettner, Harry E. : See — 

Shaw, Julian C, and Blettner. 

Blewett, John P., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Magnetron. 2,444,242, June 29. 

Bley, Fred M., Glenview, 111. Grinding wheel dressing 
tool. 2,442,453, June 1. 

Bley, Fred M„ Glenview, 111. Cutoff wheel. 2,454,125, 
Nov. 16. 

Blickman, S., Inc., assignee : See — 
Claehko, Josiah S. 

Bliss, Albert : See — 
Bliss, Eliot and A. 

Bliss, E. W., Company, assignee : See — 
Cannon, Earl. 

Crane, Edward V., and Kuhn. 
Rode, Fredrich J., and Hatch. 

Bliss, Eliot and A., Providence, R. I. Adjustable flexible 
strap. 2,444,028, June 29. 

Bliss, Harding, Hamden, Conn., and W. C. Sussky, Little 
Rock, Ark., assignors to Dictaphone Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Hydrogenation of tall oil. 2,451,377, Oct. 
12. 

Bliss, Harvey N., Windsor, assignor to Veeder-Root In- 
corporated, Hartford, Conn. Counter means for coin 
chutes. 2,440,191, Apr. 20. 

Bliss. Harvey N.. Windsor, assignor to Veeder-Root Incor- 
porated, Hartford, Conn. Indicating counter. 2,443,064, 
June 8. 

Bliss, Lester E., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Safelight filter. 2,450.746, Oct. 5. 

Bliss, Warren H., Orono, Maine, assignor to Radio Corpo- 
ration of America. Scanning receiving system. 
2,442,583, June 1. 

Bliss, Warren H., Orono, Maine, assignor to Radio Corpo- 
ration of America. Scanning receiver for detecting sig- 
nals of unknown frequency. 2,444,151, June 29. 

Blitz, Daniel, Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio Corpora- 
tion of America. Dually frequency modulated altimeter. 
2,436,627, Feb. 24. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Blitz, Daniel, Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio Corpora- 
tion of America. Balanced amplifier. 2,438,960, Apr. 6. 

Blitz, Daniel, Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio Corpora- 
tion of America. Radio bomb release system with warn- 
ing period. 2,441,657, May 18. 

Blitz, Daniel, Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio Corpora- 
tion of America. Transmitter for distance determining 
system. 2,446,520, Aug. 10. 

Bloch, Godfrey, Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Moore, David P. 

Bloch, Herman S., Riverside, assignor to Universal Oil 
Products Company, Chicago, 111. Synthetic drying oils. 
2,440,459, Apr. 27. 

Bloch, Herman S., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Manufacture of tetrabasic acids. 
2,450,627, Oct. 5. 

Bloch, Herman S., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Synthetic resins and prepara- 
tion thereof by reacting an alkyl benzene, a phenolic 
compound, 'and a dihaloalkane. 2,453,298, Nov. 9. 

Bloch, Herman S., Chicago, and R. E. Schaad, Riverside, 
assignors to Universal Oil Products Company, Chicago, 
111. Conversion of hydrocarbons. 2,456,672, Dec. 21. 

Blocher, Ora G., assignor to Bendix Aviation Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Self-locking lever. 2,440,630, Apr. 27. 

Block, Abraham, assignee : See — 
Lowe, Martin. 

Block Drug Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Quigley, John J., and Ricklefs. 

Blocker, William B. : See- 
Anthony, David S., and Blocker. 

Blodgett, Edward D., Haddonfield, N. J., and D. S. Bond, 
Philadelphia, Pa., assignors to Radio Corporation of 
America. Direction finder. 2,441,658, May 18. 

Blodgett, Edward D., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Direction finder. 
2,443,718, June 22. 

Bloemers, Albert C, Holland, Mich. Milking machine. 
2,445,904, July 27. 

Bloemers, Gradus F., Utrecht, Netherlands. System for 
transferring package freight. 2,447,559, Aug. 24. 

Blohm, Clyde L., Los Angeles, F. C. Biesenfeld, Hollywood, 
and H. D. Frazier, Alhambra, assignors to The Fluor 
Corporation, Ltd., Los Angeles, Calif. Removal of acidic 
constituents from gases. 2,445,468, July 20. 

Blohm, Herman A., Washington, D. C. Ophthalmolagist's 
tool. 2,450,229, Sept. 28. 

Blom, Carl J., San Marino, assignor to Byron Jackson Co., 
Vernon, Calif. Submersible motor structure. 2,446,521, 
Aug. 10. 

Blom. John P. : See — 

Campbell, Allan J., and Blom. 

Blom, Oyvind, Brooklyn, N. Y. Advance and retard injec- 
tion mechanism for Diesel engines. 2,452,984, Nov. 2. 

Blomberg, Knut H., Appelviken, assignor to Telefonaktie- 
bolaget L. M. Ericsson, Stockholm, Sweden. Pointer- 
controlled, periodic circuit breaker. 2,435,027, Jan. 27. 

Blome, Walter A. : See — 

Gardener, Harry J., and Blome. 

Blood, Albert, United States Army, and A. P. Glenny, 
Hanworth, assignors to Sperry Gyroscope Company, 
Ltd., Brentford, England. Gun sight training device. 
2,442,748, June 8. 

Bloom, Dennis F., Jr., West Sacramento, Calif. Rake 
actuating mechanism. 2,436,245, Feb. 17. 

Bloom, Oscar T., assignor to Industrial Patents Corpora- 
tion, Chicago, 111. Surface cleaning machine. 2,439,334, 
Apr. 6. 

Bloom, Sven F., Rutland, Mass. Precision cannon pinion 
tightener. 2,451,378, Oct. 12. 

Bloomberg, Daniel J., Sherman Oaks, and W. O. Watson, 
North Hollywood, Calif., assignors to Radio Corporation 
of America. Motor control switching system and device 
therefor. 2,445,820, July 27. 

Bloomberg, David J., Newton, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Double rotation turbodrive. 
2,438,357, Mar. 23. 

Bloomberg, David J., Newton, Mass., assignor to Genertl 
Electric Company. High-temperature elastic fluid tuv- 
bine. 2,440,069, Apr. 20. 

Bloomberg, William H., West Medford, Mass. Free-open- 
ing, nonclosing snap lock device. 2,453,299, Nov. 9. 

Bloomfield, John J., assignor to Lockheed Aircraft Cor- 
poration, Burbank, Calif. Clutch mechanism. 2,448,763, 
Sept. 7. 

Bloomfield, Samuel, Wichita, Kans., assignor to C. 12. 
Hovey, Kansas City, Mo., as trustee. Lock nut. 
2,439,415, Apr. 13. 

Bloomfield, Samuel, Wichita, Kans., assignor to C. Earl 
Hovey, Kansas City, Mo., trustee. Bottle closure. 
2,454,126, Nov. 16. 

Bloser, Dwight W., West Englewood, N. J., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Kearfott Company, Inc., New 
York, N. Y. Synchronous repeater unit. 2,438,799, 
Mar. 30. 

Blossom Products Corporation, assignee : See — 
Smicker, Emma A. 
Wytovich, Stanley A. 
Blout, Elkan R., assignor to Polaroid Corporation, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. Birefringent solid film of evaporated and 
deposited isophthalic acid. 2,447,792, Aug. 24. 



Blout, Elkan R., Cambridge, and R. M. Gofstein, Haverhill, 
assignors to Polaroid Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. 
Optical filter and manufacture. 2,440,070, Apr. 20. 

Blout, Elkan R., Cambridge, and \V. F. Amon, Jr., Boston, 
assignors to Polaroid Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. 
Infrared radiation filter. 2,444,492, July 6. 

Bloxoni, Harvey L., and E. M. Shideler, Council Bluffs, 
Iowa. Multiple holder of quartz oscillator plates. 
2,452,351, Oct. 26. 

Bludworth, Joseph E., and D. P. Easter, Cumberland, Md., 
assignors to Celanese Corporation of America. Organic 
polyhydroxy compounds and derivatives. 2,434,981, 
Jan. 27. 

Bludworth. Joseph E., Corpus Christi, Tex., and D. P. 
Easter, Washington, D. C, assignors to Celanese Cor- 
poration of America. Organic polyhydroxy compound. 
2,434,982, Jan. 27. 

Bludworth, Joseph E., Corpus Christi, Tex., and D. P. 
Easter, Washington, D. C., assignors to Celanese Cor- 
poration of America. A 3 -tetrahydrobenzaldol. 2,436,416,. 
Feb. 24. 

Bludworth, Joseph E., M. O. Robeson, and H. A. Truby, Jr., 
Corpus Christi, Tex., assignors to Celanese Corporation 
of America. Dehydration process. 2,439,416, Apr. 13. 

Bludworth, Joseph E., and D. P. Easter, Cumberland, Md., 
assignors to Celanese Corporation of America. Hexa- 
hydrobenzyl ester. 2,441,183, May 11. 

Bludworth, Joseph E., Corpus Christi, Tex., and D. P. 
Easter, Washington, D. C, assignors to Celanese Cor- 
poration of America. Ethers of l-(3,4-dihydroxy-cyclo- 
hexyl)-l,2 -dihydroxybutanone. 2,446,570, Aug. 10. 

Bludworth, Joseph E., and D. P. Easter, Cumberland, Md., 
assignors to Celanese Corporation of America. Organic 
hydroxy compound and derivatives thereof. 2,447,050, 
Aug. 17. 

Bludworth, Joseph E., M. O. Robeson, and H. A. Truby, 
Jr., Corpus Christi, Tex., assignors to Celanese Cor- 
poration of America. Quantitative determination of 
unsaturated aldehydes. 2,449,581. Sept. 21. 

Bludworth, Joseph E., Corpus Christi, Tex., and D. P. 
Easter, Washington, D. C., assignors to Celanese Cor- 
poration of America. Ethers of 1-methylolcyclohexyl- 
cyclohexylcarbinol. 2,450,498, Oct. 5. 

Bludworth, Timothy F., Summit, N. J., assignor to Na- 
tional-Simplex-Bludworth, Inc. Deep and shoal alarm. 
2,437,416, Mar. 9. 

Bluemink, Gary G., assignor to The Dumore Company,, 
Racine, Wis. Brush holder. 2,449,764, Sept. 21. 

Blue Ridge Glass Corporation, assignee : See — 
Lewis, Joseph H. 

Bluestein, Ben A„ Schenectady, N. Y„ assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Linear silmethylenesiloxane. 
2,452,895, Nov. 2. 



Blume, William A., Farmington, and R. E. Spokes, Ann 
Arbor, Mich., assignors to American Brake Shoe Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Making friction elements and 
bond therefor. 2,453,188, Nov. 9. 

Blumensaadt, Svend G., Beachwood Village, assignor to 
The Universal Wire Spring Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Attachment for wire elements to frame structures. 
2.440,001, Apr. 20. 

Blumensaadt, Svend G., Beachwood Village, and F. A. 
Bielak, Fairview Village, assignors to Universal Wire 
Spring Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Wire twisting device. 
2,450,876, Oct. 12. e 

Blumenstein, Max E., Hyattsvilie, Md. Picture slide feed- 
ing mechanism. 2,434,785, Jan. 20. 

Blumenthal, Sol : See — 

Smith, Cleveland S., Jr., and Bumenthal. 

Blumenthal, Sol, assignor to P. R. Mallory & Co., Inc., 
Indianapolis, tnd. Mechanical seal for selenium recti- 
fier cells. 2,453,618, Nov. 9. 

Blumlein, Alan D. : See — 

Cork, Edward C. and A. D. and D. Blumlein. 

Blumlein, Doreen, executrix : See — ■ 

Cork, Edward C, and A. D. and D. Blumlein. 

Blumstein, Abraham, Forest Hills, N. Y. Decorative chain 
structure. 2,437,932, Mar. 16. 

Blumstein, Abraham, Forest Hills, N. Y. Strap-end at- 
taching clasp. 2,455,465, Dec. 7. 

Blyholder, Orlando, assignor to Kellogg Switchboard and 
Supply Company, Chicago, 111. Code-call system. 
2.442,947, June 8. 

Blythe, James H., Denver, Colo. Cutting torch holder. 
2,452,718, Nov. 2. 

Blythen, Roy : See — 

Cork, Edward C, Bowman-Manifold, Gale, and 
Blythen. 

Boadle, Ronald D., and I. A. Hood, assignors to Amalga- 
mated Wireless (Australasia) Limited, Sydney, Aus- 
tralia. Deflecting circuit for cathode-ray tubes. 
2,445,017, July 13. 

Boal, Harold D., Gardena, Calif. Fishing rod holder. 
2,443,762, June 22. 

Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior Uni- 
versity, The, assignee : See — 
Hansen, William W. 

Boardman, Harry C, Chicago, 111., assignor to Chicago 
Bridge & Iron Company. Lifter roof. 2,437,238, Mar. 9. 

Boardman, Harry C, assignor to Chicago Bridge & Iron 
Company, Chicago, 111. Floating roof storage tank. 
2,439,792, Apr. 20. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Boardman, Harry C, Chicago, 111., assignor to Chicago 
Bridge & Iron Company. Spheroidal pressure vessel. 
2,457,118, Dec. 28. 
Boaidman, Harry D., assignee, trustee : See — 

Merriman, Henry H. 
Boardman, Hubert, Rochdale, England. Mask with ad- 
justable supporting means for profile projectors. 
2,454,127, Nov. 16. 
Boardwalk Enterprises, Inc., assignee : See — 

Krilow, James E. 
Boar, Earl M. : See - 

Eldeborgh, Erik H., Emery, Bishop, and Boat. 
Bobe, Stanley A., Atlanta, Ga., assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Series 
generator-fed motor system. 2,451,909, Oct. 19. 
Bobor, Walter F., Cleveland, and F. E. Sebring, Mount 
Gilead, Ohio, assignors to The Hydraulic Development 
Corp., Inc., Wilmington, Del. Apparatus for forging. 
2,449,365, Sept. 14. 
Bobrich Manufacturing Corp., assignee : See — - 

Theodore, Henry P. 
Boccafogli, Edward C, assignee : See — 

Ugazio, Walter, and Boccafogli. 
Bocciarelli, Carlo V., Oxford, Pa., assignor to Philco 
Corporation. Magnetic lens for correcting scanning de- 
fects 2 455 977 Dec 14 
Boccieri, John A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Child's bib. 2,436,547, 

Feb. 24. 
Bocjl Corporation, assignee : See — 

Lang, Joseph C. 
Bock, Ashley P., Catonsville, Md., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Elec- 
trical discharge tube circuits. 2,451,910, Oct. 19. 
Bock, Louis H., Huntingdon Valley, and J. L. Rainey, 
Abington, assignors to Bohm & Haas Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Polymeric detergents. 2,454.541, Nov. 23. 
Bock, Louis H., Huntingdon Valley, and J. L. Bainey, 
Abington, assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Polymeric detergents. 2,454.542, Nov. 23. 
Bock, Louis H., Huntingdon Valley, and J. L. Rainey, 
Abington, assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Polymeric detergents. 2,454,543, Nov. 23. 
Bock, Louis H., Huntingdon Valley, and J. L. Rainey, 
Abington, assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Polymeric detergents comprising water- 
soluble salts of, the half-esters of dicarboxylic acids and 
the formaldehyde condensates of hydrocarbon-substi- 
tuted phenoxy-polyalkoxy alkanols. 2,454,544, Nov. 23. 
Bock, Louis H., Huntingdon Valley, and J. L. Rainey, 
Abington, assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Hydrocarbon-substituted phenol-form- 
aldehyde condensates modified in the phenolic hydroxyl. 

2.454.545, Nov. 23. 

Bock, Louis H.. Huntingdon Valley, and J. L. Rainey, 
Abington, assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Surface-active linear polyesters. 

2.454.546, Nov. 23. 

Bock, Louis H., Huntingdon Valley, Pa., and A. L. Houk, 
San Luis Obispo, Calif., assignors to Rohm & Haas 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Polymeric quaternary am- 
monium salts. 2,454,547, Nov. 23. 

Bock, Walter, Cologne, Germany, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to General Aniline & Film Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Emulsion copolymerization of vinyl-furane 
and styrene. 2.442,283, May 25. 

Bockhold. Ralph O., Los Angeles, Calif. Sheet holder. 
2,440,891. May 4. 

Bockman, Carl, and Richard Luttich, East Akron, Ohio. 
Chuck. 2,447,682. Aug. 24. 

Bockmtihl, Max, and G. Ehrhart, Frankfort-on-the-Main, 
O. Eisleb, Hofheim in Taunus, and L. Stein, Bad Soden 
in Taunus, Germany, assignors, by mesne assignments, 
to Winthrop-Stearns, Inc., New York, N. Y. Diaryl 
nitrogenous heterocyclic alkylene compounds. 2,446,522, 
Aug. 10. 

Bockus, Hubert C. : See — 
Landry, Henry J. 

Bodan, Herman, Milwaukee, Wis. Flush tank drip pan. 
2,449.445, Sept. 14. 

Bode, Hendrlk W., Summit, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phono Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Averaging mechanism. 2,455,035, Nov. 30. 

Bodell. Mark R., Glen Ellyn, assignor to Club Aluminum 
Products Company. Chicago, 111. Handle structure for 
cooking utensils. 2,442.454, June 1. 

Boden, Ernest <;., assignor to The Timkon Roller Bearing 
Company, Canton. Ohio. Bearing lubrication. 2,452,7]9. 
Nov. 2. 

Bodlmer. Gilbert 10. . Indianapolis. Tnd. Mop holder with 
dual tape tensioning structure. 2,452,177. Ort. 26. 

Bodlne. All>ert G., Jr., Burbank, assignor to The Calpat 
Corporation, Los Angeles. Calif. Electrical method 
and apparatus for injecting or propelling increments 
of fuel or oilier fluids. 2,430,090. Feb. 17. 

Bodlne, Albeit G., Jr., Burbank, assignor to The Calpat 
Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif. Method of and ap- 
paratus for treating wells. 2,437,456, Mar. 9. 

Bodine, Albert G., Jr., Burbank, Calif. Method and ap- 
paratus for cutting into the surface of an article 
2,445,934, July 27. 

Bodlne, Albert G., Jr., Van Nuys, Calif. Method and ap- 
paratus for pumping. 2,444,912, July 13. 



Bodkin, Ernest A., Mickleton, and J. W. Payne, Woodbury, 
N. J., assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, In- 
corporated. Process of stabilizing treatment of in- 
organic oxide gels against wetting. 2,456,576, Dec 14 
Bodkin, Ernest A., Mickleton, and J. W. Payne, Woodbury 
N. J., assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, In- 
corporated. Process of stabilizing inorganic oxide gels 
against wetting. 2,456,577, Dec. 14. 
Bodkin, Ernest A., Pitman, and J. W. Payne, Woodbury, 
N. J., assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, In- 
corporated. Process of stabilizing inorganic oxide gels 
against wetting. 2,456,578, Dec. 14. 
Bodkin, John A., New York, N. Y. Railway car retarder. 

2,452,720, Nov. 2. 
Boeckeler, B. Clark : See — 

Edsall, Lou B., Kilander, Kormendi, and Boeckeler. 
Boeckeler, B. Clark, assignee, et al. : See — 

Boeckeler, Benjamin C. 
Boeckeler, Benjamin C, Grosse He, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, of 9,448/10,570 to Chemprotin Products, 
Trenton, Mich., and 561/10,570 to L. Kormendi, and 
561/10,570 to B. C. Boeckeler. Fermenting method. 
2,440,925, May 4. 
Boecking, Ewald, Great Kills, assignor to Manufacturers 
Machine & Tool Co., Inc., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Film 
registry means for motion-picture projectors. 2,437,239, 
Mar. 9. 
Boeddinghaus, Hugo, Greenwich, Conn., assignor to Ameri- 
can Felt Company, Boston, Mass. Felting. 2,441,390, 
May 11. 
Boedeker, Edward R. : See — 

Oblad, Alex G., and Boedeker. 
Boehlow. Robert W. : See — 

Kommer, Fred A., and Boehlow. 
Boehm. Erich, assignor of one-half to Nipa Laboratories, 
Limited, Cardiff, Wales. Manufacture of materials re- 
sistant to or active against microorganisms. 2,451,149, 
Oct. 12. 
Boehm, Milos E., assignor to Hughes Tool Company, Hous- 
ton, Tex. Double seal grip tool joint. 2,450,453, Oct. 5. 
Boehmer, Francis D. : See — 

Trecker, Theodore, Armitage, Barker, Riedel, and 
Boehmer. 
Boehne, Eugene W. : See — 

Arone, Nicholas F., and Boehne. 
Boehne, Eugene W., Drexel Hill, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Arc extinguishing device. 2,436,189, 
Feb. 17. 
Boeing Aircraft Company, assignee : See — 

Fields, William C, Carpenter, and Finney. 
Boeing Airplane Company, assignee : See — 
Christian, John C. 
Cooper, James B., and Jepson. 
Lidral, John P., and Berry. 
Orlob, Glenn. 
Price, Nathan C. 
Schairer, George S. 
Steinhoff, Gordon R., and Blair. 
Stoner, George H. 
Tatom, Raymond F. 
Wolfe, Charles M. 

Boeing Airplane Company, Wichita Division, assignee: 
See — 

Giwosky, Harry L., and Ketelsen. 

Boenau, Arthur H. : See — 

Seplshouse, Wallace E., and Boenau. 

Boerger, Martin G., assignor to Modine Manufacturing 
Company, Racine, Wis. Producing radiator tubes. 
2,454,624, Nov. 23. 

Boeringer, Barbara S., assignor of one-third to J. D. Aker- 
man, and one-third to I. M. Frisch, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Combination hat and rainfall collector. 2,443,848, 
June 22. 

Boerner, Thomas James, Collingswood, and John W. 
Sanborn, Merchantville, N. J., assignors to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. High-frequency apparatus. 
2,439,682, Apr. 13. 

Boes Company, The W. W., assignee : See — 
Alter, Harry A. 

Boes, W. W., Company, The, assignee : See — 
Boes, Walter W. 
Miller, Francis B. 

Boes, Walter W., assignor to The W. W. Boes Company, 
Dayton, Ohio. Film tank. 2,449,199, Sept. 14. 

Boese, Albert B., Jr., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Carbide 
and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. Production of de- 
rivatives of 3-substituted 2,4 diketones. 2,438,894, 
Apr. 6. 

Boese, Albert B., Jr., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Carbide 
and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. Gamma-acetyl 
pimelic acid and diesters thereof. 2,438,961, Apr. 6. 

Boese, Albert B.. Jr. ; Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Carbide 
and Carbon Chemicals Corporation. Lower polymer of 
glycidyl sorbate and making it. 2,457,300, Dec. 28. 

Boesel, Ralph J. : See — 

Snow, John E.. Barth, and Boesel. 

Boettcher, Paul F. : See — 

Connell, William S., Boettcher and ITolmen. 

Boettler, Jacob R., Chatham, N. J., and R. Burns, Garden 
City, assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for heating dielec- 
tric materials. 2,443,594, June 22. 



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Bogard, Fred J., Huntington, W. Va., assignor to American 
Car and Foundry Company, New York, N. Y. Lubricat- 
ing device. 2,457,770, Dec. 28. 

Bogardus, Charles E., New Rochelle, N. Y. Windbreaker 
for parked aircraft. 2,453,403, Nov. 9. 

Bogart, Fred H., South Euclid, assignor to The Warner 
and Swasey Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Machine tool. 
2,440,926, May 4. 

Bogen, John F., San Diego, Calif. Inclinometer. 
2,436,417, Feb. 24. 

Bogen, Samuel, New York, N. Y. Electrical connection 
of separable character. 2,449,736, Sept. 21. 

Boggio, Giusto, Chicago, 111. Power transmission mecha- 
nism. 2,436,033, Feb. 17. 

Boggis, Henry P., Shaker Heights, Ohio. Tap driver. 
2,449,103, Sept. 14. 

Boggs, Mildred M., and H. L. Fevold, Berkeley, Calif., as- 
signors to the United States of America as represented 
by the Secretary of Agriculture. Dried egg powder. 
2,445,299, July 13. 

Bogin, Samuel R., I. Rothstein, and A. Levy, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Printing type holder with combined cover and 
platen. 2,443,783, June 22. 

Bogoslowsky, Boris, Jackson Heights, N. Y. Apparatus 
for making convolute wound tubing from sheet mate- 
rial. 2,440,390, Apr. 27. 

Bogoslowsky, Boris, Jackson Heights, N. Y. Apparatus 
for shaping tubular blanks. 2,440,391, Apr. 27. 

Bogoslowsky, Boris, Jackson Heights, N. Y. End closures 
for tubular containers. 2,444,722, July 6. 

Bogoslowsky, Boris, Jackson Heights, N. Y. Apparatus 
for making convolute wound tubing. 2,442,948, June 8. 

Bogut, Ignatius, South Orange, N. J. Pot suspension 
device. 2,453,189, Nov. 9. 

Bohannon, William A., Uniondale, N. Y., assignor to Re- 
public Aviation Corporation. Aircraft power plant 
structure. 2,445,417, July 20. 

Bohannon, William A., Uniondale, N. Y. Electric heating 
device. 2,448,856, Sept. 7. 

Bohler, Francis M., Hawthorne, Calif. Fo.ot propelled 
skate. 2,449,871, Sept. 21. 

Bohlman, Walter S., Wilmington, Del., and D. S. Bruce, 
Lawrence, Kans., assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
United States of America, as represented by the Secre- 
tary of War. Apparatus for making plastic masses. 
2,453,404, Nov. 9. 

Bohn, Donald I., Pittsburgh, Pa. Ignition system. 
2,450,404, Sept. 28. 

Bohn, Paul E. : See — 

Smith, Vernon C, and Bohn. 

Bohnsack, John A., Waynesboro, Va., assignor to Hopeman 
Bros., Inc., New York, N. Y. Adjustable lock keeper. 
2,439,036, Apr. 6. 

Bohr, Marcia C, San Francisco, Calif. Trousers slacks. 
2,435,422, Feb. 3. 

Bohrer, George J., Troy, N. Y., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Wax resin compositions and conductors 
insulated therewith. 2,443,887, June 22. 

Bohrer, George J., Troy, N. Y., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Synthetic waxes and preparing the 
same. 2,443,888, June 22. 

Boige, Jean : See — 

Boinot, Firmin, and Boige. 

Boileau, Arthur H., Cedar Rapids, Iowa, assignor to 
Cherry-Burrell Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Churn 
support. 2,449,446, Sept. 14. 

Boinot, Firmin, Melle, and J. Boige, La Noblette-Melle, 
assignors to Les Usines de Melle (Societe Anonyme), 
Saint-Leger-les-Melle, France. Manufacture of yeast. 
2,446,737, Aug. 10. 

Boisseau, Alexander C, Lansdowne, Pa., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Circuit breaker operating 
mechanism. 2,445,558, July 20. 

Boisseau, Alexander C, and R. E. Bold, Lansdowne, Pa., 
assignor to General Electric Company. Electric circuit 
breaker. 2,436,190, Feb. 17. 

Boisseau, Alexander C, Lansdowne, and B. S. Beall, Upper 
Darby, Pa., assignors to General Electric Company. 
Electric circuit breaker. 2,444,765, July 6. 

Boisseau, Alexander C, Lansdowne, B. S. Beall, Upper 
Darby, E. J. Frank, Springfield, and R. W. Lowery, 
Aldan, Pa., assignors to General Electric Company. 
Circuit breaker operating system. 2,450,628, Oct. 5. 

Boisvert, Nobert, assignee : See — 
Lemire, Joseph. 

Boiu, Maximilian Reu, Pasadena, Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Signal Manufacturing Company, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Sofa bed hinge. 2,447,683, Aug. 24. 

Bojanower, Albert M., Downey, assignor to Western 
Waxed Paper Company, Oakland, Calif. Heat-sealing 
the seams of paper bags. 2,453,889, Nov. 16. 

Bokeny, Geza J., assignor to The Brush Development Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Crystal plate and fabricating 
same. 2,444,590, July 6. 

Bokovoy. Samuel A., Verona, and H. W. N. Hawk, East 
Orange, N. J., assignors to Federal Telephone and Radio 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Piezoelectric crystal 
mounting. 2,434,903, Jan. 27. 

Bokum, William F., Jenkintown, assignor to Proctor & 
Schwartz, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. Condenser. 
2,452,427, Oct. 26. 



Bold, Ralph E. : See — 

Boisseau, Alexander C, and Bold. 

Paul, William E., Timmerman, Jr., and Bold. 

Bolduc, Albert, Detroit, Mich. Die removing device. 
2,434,983, Jan. 27. 

Bolesky, John D., Attleboro, and L. W. Buell, Rehoboth, 
assignors to Metals & Controls Corporation, Attleboro, 
Mass. Thermostatic control. 2,434,984, Jan. 27. 

Bolinger, George N., Shelbyville, ill. Ice-cream scoop. 
2,439,125, Apr. 6. 

Bolinger, John C. : See — 

Skinner, Emory M., Redfleld, and Bolinger. 

Bollaert, Remi, Oakland, Calif., assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Remote con- 
trol system for cranes. 2,434,636, Jan. 20. 

Bollaert, Remi, Oakland, Calif., assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Crane con- 
trol. 2,456,908, Dec. 21. 

Boiling, Oscar S., assignor to Mereen-Johnson Machine 
Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Veneer edge-gluing ma- 
chine. 2,436,091, Feb. 17. 

Boiling, Stewart, Cleveland, Ohio. Working rubber. 
2,450,575, Oct. 5. 

Boiling, William F., Norton, Va. Combination knife, fork, 
and spoon. 2,456,858, Dec. 21. 

Bollinger, Loren C., Martinez, assignor to Shell Develop- 
ment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Dispersing a 
foam-reducing silicon-containing compound. 2,435,124, 
Jan. 27. 

Bollmann, Carl : See — 

Weber, Ernst, Pudelko, Bollmann, and Wermeille. 

Bolser, Clark M., Cedar Falls, Iowa. Repackable adjust- 
able oil filter cartridge. 2,453,405, Nov. 9. 

Bolster, William, Baldwin, N. Y., assignor to The Sperry 
Corporation. Stabilized gyrocompass. 2,441,556, 
May 18. 

Bolt, Jay A., Ann Arbor, Mich., and R. W. Moore, as- 
signors to Bendix Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. 
Auxiliary charge regulating device. 2,447,793, Aug. 24. 

Bolte\ Brown : See — 

Sidnam, Alan N., Bolte, and Neary. 

Bolte, Frank B., Los Angeles, and P. B. Keller, Santa 
Monica, Calif. ; said Bolte assignor to said Keller. 
Dimpling apparatus. 2,441.790, May 18. 

Bolton, Wright, Jr., New Bedford, Mass. Preparation of 
multiend yarn packages. 2,439,645, Apr. 13. 

Bomberger, David C, Plainfield, C. A. Lovell, Summit, 
H. G. Och, West Bnglewood, K. D. Swartzel, Murray 
Hili, N. J., and B. T. Weber, assignors to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Data 
smoothing network. 2,435,195, Feb. 3. 

Bonard, Claude, administrator : See — 
Dreyfus, Henry. 
Dreyfus, Henry, and Pool. 
Dreyfus, Henry, Rooney, and Shaw. 

Bonat, Harry, assignor to Samuel Bonat & Bro., New 
York, N. Y. Curling rod. 2,436,092, Feb. 17. 

Bonat, Harry, assignor to Samuel Bonat & Bro., New York, 
N. Y., a co-partnership. Curling rod. 2,443,340, June 
15. 

Bonat, Samuel, & Bro., assignee : See — - 
Bonat, Harry. 

Bond, Boyce C, Overbrook, Pa. Apparatus for treating 
fabrics. 2,441,308, May 11. 

Bond, Donald C. : See — 

Bernard, George G., and Bond. 

Bond, Donald C, Northbrook, and N. B. Russell, Winnetka, 
assignors to The Pure Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Re- 
moving acidic sulfur compounds from hydrocarbon 
distillates. 2,447,051, Aug. 17. 

Bond, Donald C, Northbrook, and G. G. Bernard, Evan- 
ston, assignors to The Pure Oil Company, Chicago, 111. 
Paint remover. 2,447,052, Aug. 17. 

Bond, Donald C, Northbrook, and M. Savoy, assignors to 
The Pure Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Preparation of 
alkyl halides. 2,453,779, Nov. 16. 

Bond, Donald C, Northbrook, and M. Savoy, assignors to 
The Pure Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Breaking emul- 
sions. 2,457,634, Dec. 28. 

Bond, Donald C, Northbrook, and M. Savoy, assignors to 
The Pure Oil Companyl, Chicago, 111. Regenerating 
aqueous alkali solution used to extract weakly acidic 
sulfur compounds from hydrocarbon fluids. 2,457,635, 
Dec. 28. 

Bond, Donald S. : See — 

Blodgett, Edward D., and Bond. 

Bond, George R., Jr., Paulsboro, N. J., assignor to Houdry 
Process Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Preparation of 
zirconia containing catalysts. 2,444,913, July 13. 

Bond, George R., Jr., Paulsboro, N. J., and G. A. Mills, 
Ridley Park, Pa., assignors to Houdry Process Corpora- 
tion, Wilmington, Del. Cracking of hydrocarbons with 
a beryllium phosphate catalyst. 2,435,196, Feb. 3. 
Bond, George R., Jr., Paulsboro, N. J., and G. A. Mills, 
Ridley Park, Pa., assignors to Houdry Process Corpora- 
tion, Wilmington, Del. Catalytic conversion of hydro- 
carbons with a cerium phosphate catalyst. 2,449,050, 
Sept. 14. 
Bond, Walter L., Brooklyn, N. Y., and G. W. Willard, Fan- 
wood, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Temperature compen- 
sated wave propagation device. 2,434,255, Jan. 13. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Bondi, Arnold A., New Orleans, La., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Shell Development Company, Sap 
Francisco, Calif. Production of greases. 2,445,935, 
July 27. 

Bondley, Ralph J., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. High - frequency electronic device. 
2,444,418, July 6. 

Bondley, Ralph J., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Magnetron. 2,444,419, July 6. 

Bondley, Ralph J., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Ultra high frequency magnetron gen- 
erator. 2,450,629, Oct. 5. 

Bondley, Ralph J., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric discharge device of the 
magnetron type. 2,454,031, Nov. 16. 

Bondon, Lewis A., Arlington, N. J. Coaxial transmission 
line. 2,436,284, Feb. 17. 

Bondon, Lewis A., Arlington, N. J. Insulated electrical 
conductor and fabricating the same. 2,454,625, Nov. 23. 

Bone, Arthur G. : See — 

Reilly, Hugh L., Scrimshaw, and Bone. 

Bonekamp, Joseph J., Cincinnati, Ohio. Cake protecting 
device. 2,452,629, Nov. 2. 

Bonham, Albert W., Jr., Salt Lake City, Utah, assignor to 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee, 
Wis. Drive control mechanism for motor vehicles and 
detent device therefor. 2,436,912, Mar. 2. 

Bonham, Walter R., Palo Alto, Calif. Variable-speed 
transmission. 2,448,249, Aug. 31. 

Bonin, George E., assignor to Simonds Machine Co., Inc., 
Southbridge, Mass. Lens grinding machine. 2,453,300, 
Nov. 9. 

Bonkowski, Teofil L., assignor to Merit Products, Inc., Los 
Angeles, Calif. Sanding drum. 2,439,962, Apr. 20. 

Bonkowski, Teofil L., assignor to Merit Products, Inc., Los 
Angeles, Calif. Brush retaining aid in sanding drums 
2,443,413, June 15. 

Bonnell, William S. : See — 

Weinrich, William W., Holloway, and Bonnell. 

Bonner, Frank E., Pontiac, Mich. Toy submarine. 
2,438,031, Mar. 16. 

Bonnet, Louis, Villasavary, and M. Marty, Neuilly-sur 
Seine, France. Ceramic mixtures. 2,436,708, Feb. 24. 

Bonnet, Maurice, assignor to Societe La Reliephographic 
Society pour l'Exploitation des Procedes de Photographic 
en Relief, Maurice Bonnet, Paris, France. Apparatus for 
obtaining photographs giving an impression of relief. 
2,434,385, Jan. 13. 

Bonney, Homer W. and M., Roseville, Calif. Cement 
mixer. 2,452,896, Nov. 2. 

Bonney, Mahlon : See — 

Bonney, Homer W. and M. 

Bonte, Frederick R., assignor to The Timken Roller Bear- 
ing Company, Canton, Ohio. Graphitic steel. 2,438,267, 
Mar. 23. 

Bonwitt, Wilhelm F., Mount Vernon, N. Y., assignor to 
Brundy Engineering Company, Inc. Aluminum con- 
nection parts treated with concentrated nitric acid. 
2,437,220, Mar. 2. 

Booher, Ortis C, Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Farnsworth Research Corporation. 
Automatic record changing apparatus. 2,452,721, 
Nov. 2. 

Book, Norman I., assignee : See — 
Norton, Orlo C. 

Book, Raymond H., Sterling, and L. E. Gilbert, assignors 
to Reynolds Wire Co., Dixon, 111. Shuttle latching 
mechanism. 2,446,688, Aug. 10. 

Bookbinder, Jean, Philadelphia, Pa. Sleeping bag. 
2,442,192, May 25. 

Bookman, Esther D., New York, N. Y. Refrigerating and 
air conditioning apparatus. 2,437,417, Mar. 9. 

Boone, Daniel M., Lumberton, and S. C. Boone, Charlotte, 
N. C. Tobacco stick. 2,449,837, Sept. 21. 

Boone, Stephen C. : See — 

Boone, Daniel M. and S. C. 

Boonen, Henri M., assignor of one-half to T. J. Melancon, 
Houma, La. Solder. 2,450,778, Oct. 5. 

Boor, Francis H., Lafayette, Ind., assignor to Fairfield 
Manufacturing Company. Bevel gear. 2,445,559, 
July 20. 

Boosey, Edward W. N., Detroit, Mich. Grease interceptor. 
2,440,793, May 4. 

Booth, Arthur E., Los Angeles, Calif. Meter testing de- 
vice. 2,453,191, Nov. 9. 

Booth, Clarence V., Lakewood, N. J. Expansion stud and 
keeper element combination. 2,438,533, Mar. 30. 

Booth, Douglas G. : See — 

Pugh, Cyril A., Rough, and Booth. 

Booth, Douglas G., assignor to The Plessey Company 
Limited, Ilford, England. Hydraulic pump. 2,440,072, 
Apr. 20. 

Booth, Earl C, assignor to Noblitt-Sparks Industries, Inc., 
Columbus, Ind. Ironing board leg and brace structure. 
2,439,769. Apr. 13. 

Booth, Earl C., assignor to Noblitt-Sparks Industries, Inc., 
Columbus, Ind. Fabricated top for ironing tables. 
2,442,676, June 1. 

Booth, Enrl C, assignor to Noblitt-Sparks Industries, Inc., 
Columbus, Ind. Ironing board leg and brace structure. 
2,445,598, July 20. 

Booth, Frank A., El Segundo, Calif. Motor or pump. 
2,436,285, Feb. 17. 



Booth, Fred, Jr., assignor to Duplex Incorporated, Los 

Angeles, Calif. Resilient sash bearing. 2,450,078, Sept. 

28. 
Booth, Harry T., Glencoe, 111., assignor to United Aircraft 

Products, Inc., Dayton, Ohio. Oil control valve. 

2,435,338, Feb. 3. 
Booth, Harry T., assignor to United Aircraft Products, 

Inc., Dayton, Ohio. Viscosity measuring instrument. 

2,442,032, May 25. 
Booth, Herbert L., Staten Island, N. Y. Hair comb. 

2,436,548, Feb. 24. 
Booth, Herbert L., Staten Island, N. Y. Producing tufted 

plastic combs. 2,457,440, Dec. 28. 
Booth, Jack J., assignor to J. S. Booth, Dallas, Tex. Re- 
frigeration coil. 2,442,719, June 1. 
Booth, Jack J., Dallas, Tex. Drink vending machine. 

2,455,551, Dec. 7. 
Booth, James H., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Thompson 

Products, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Joint assembly. 

2,451,060, Oct. 12. 
Booth, James H., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Thompson 

Products, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Variable ratio steering 

assembly. 2,451,061, Oct. 12. 
Booth, James H., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Thompson 

Products, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Clamp assembly. 

2,451,062, Oct. 12. 
Booth, James H., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Thompson 

Products, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Self-aligning bearing. 

2,452,352, Oct. 26. 
Booth, John G., assignor to The Brown Instrument Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Integrator. 2,444,329, June 

Booth, John S., assignee : See — 
Booth, Jack J. 

Booth, Morris F., Alden, Mich. Method and apparatus 
for casting aluminum. 2,454,961, Nov. 30. 

Booth, Robert B., Springdale, and N. Morash, Stamford, 
Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid Company, New 
York, N. Y. Clarifier for lubricating coolants by means 
of froth flotation. 2,436,375, Feb. 24. 

Booth, Robert B., Springdale, and E. C. Herkenhoff, as- 
signors to American Cyanamid Company, Stamford, 
Conn. Flotation of iron with organic acid and petro- 
leum sulfonate. 2,439,200, Apr. 6. 

Booth, Robert B., Springdale, and J. E. Carpenter, Green- 
wich, Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid Company, 
New York, N. Y. Concentration of nonmicaceous, wa- 
ter-insoluble alkaline-earth metal salt minerals. 
2,442,455, June 1. 

Boothby, Walter M., and A. H. Bulbulian, Rochester, 
Minn., and W. R. Lovelace, II, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 
Clinical mask for breathing and rebreathing mixtures 
of gases. 2,452,722, Nov. 2. 

Boothe, James H. : See — 

Mowat, John H., and Boothe. 
Waller, Coy W., and Boothe. 

Boothe, James H., Pearl River, assignor to American 
Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Preparation of 
heterocyclic compounds. 2,444,002, June 22. 

Boothe, James H., Pearl River, assignor to American 
Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Preparing 6- 
methyl pteridines. 2,454,751, Nov. 23. 

Boothe, James H., Pearl River, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments to American Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. 
Preparing 2-amino-4-hydroxy-6-methylpyrimido 4,5-b 
pyrazine. 2,457,109, Dec. 28. 

Boothroyd, Wilson P., assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Electrical 
system. 2,454,128, Nov. 16. 

Boots Pure Drug Company Limited, assignee : See — 
Short. Wallace F. and Oxley. 
Short, Wallace F., and Partridge. 

Bopp, Cecil W., Waterloo, Iowa. Hydraulic hose cou- 
pling. 2,453,741, Nov. 16. 

Boral. Emil : See — 

Flor jancic, Peter, and Boral. 

Borcherding, Walter H., New York, N. Y., assignor to The 
M. W. Kellogg Company, Jersey City, N. J. Catalytic 
conversion of hydrocarbons. 2,455,915, Dec. 14. 

Borchers, Earl M., assignor to American Cabinet Hard- 
ware Corporation, Rockford, Illinois, Rockford, 111. Pull 
for sliding glass panels. 2,447,389, Aug. 17. 

Borchers, Earl M., assignor to American Cabinet Hard- 
ware Corporation, Rockford, Illinois, Rockford, 111. 
Catch. 2,451,798. Oct. 19. 

Borden Company, The, assignee : See — 
Shipstead, Helge. 

Borden, David M. : See — 

Staley, Allen C, Borden, and Horton. 

Borden, David M., Royal Oak, assignor to Chrysler Cor- 
poration, Highland Park, Mich. Control apparatus. 
2.455,292, Nov. 30. 

Borders, Bert : See — ■ 

Marple, Kenneth E., and Borders. 

Bordon Mfg. Co., Inc., assignee : See — 
Camllieri, Charles. 

Borell, George L., assignor to Minneapolis-Honeywell 
Regulator Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Cabin pressure 
control means. 2,451,608, Oct. 19. 

Borell, George L., assignor to Minneapolis-Honeywell Reg- 
ulator Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Hot-wire bridge 
overspeed controller. 2,456,765, Dec. 21. 



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Boren, Dock C, Iowa Park, Tex. Farm implement. 

2,441,466, May 11. 
Borg-Erickson Corporation, assignee : See — 

Juhasz, James G. 
Borg, George W., Corporation, The, assignee : See — 

McCaslin, James F., and Fink. . 

Borg, Gustave A., Naugatuck, Conn. Coupling device. 

2 439 199 Apr. 6. 
Borg Gustave A.,' Naugatuck, Conn. Sealing device. 

2,457,633, Dec. 28. m ,.. t . 

Borg Paul, New York, N. Y. Buffing, polishing, and 

abrading device. 2,443,023, June 8. 
Borg- Warner Corporation, assignee : See — 
Armantrout, Kenneth M. 
Becker, Sylvan J. 
Berges, Donald M. 
Bruestle, Carl O. 
Campbell, John D., and Roth. 
Candler, James N. 
Carnagua, Harold E. 
Carnagua, Harold E., and Swift.. 
Dodge, Adiel Y. 
Gamble, David E. 
Holt, Ray G. 
Hubacker, Earl F. 
Lauck, John A. 
L>e May, Braudice B., Jr. 
McCulloch, Robert P., and Ryde. 
Nutt, Harold. 
Nutt, Harold, and Smirl. 
Orr, Palmer. 
Pasnow, Bud W. 
Polomski, John B. 
Rockwell, Edward A. 
Roth, Jay M. 
Roth, Jay M., and Lauck. 
Rovick, John D. 
Terbeek, Howard G. 
Warner, Archibald A. 
Wiemer, Howard C. 

Zeidler, Reinhold C. „■ V- x i ,. „ 

Borges, Alberto, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Joints of hollow 

beams. 2,455,217, Nov. 30. 
Borghesi, Harold, Union City, N. J. Base for stands. 

2,448,413, Aug. 31. „,-„„'*, 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Stabilization of terpene 
polymers. 2,449,970, Sept. 28. 
Borglin, Joseph N„ assignor to Hercules Powder Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Process for polymerizing butadiene 
in aqueous emulsion in the presence of an alkali metal 
salt of hydroxytetrahydroabietic acid. 2,450,416, Oct. 5. 
Borkland, Gustave W., Chicago, 111. Apparatus for and 

forming sheet material. 2,442,338, June 1. 
Borkland, Gustave W., Marion, Ind. Drawing and tem- 
pering plastic material. 2,444,420, July 6. 
Borland, John, assignor to Clark Equipment Company, 
Buchanan, Mich. Floating external contracting brake 
construction. 2,435,867, Feb. 10. ^ . 

Born, Frank G., Beloit, Wis., assignor to Warner Electric 
Brake Manufacturing Company, South Beloit, 111. 
Tractor trailer brake control. 2,452,033, Oct. 26. 
Born, Leo W., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Oscillation generator. 2,438,382, 
Mar. 23. 
Bornside, Harry B., Providence, R. I. Household in- 
cinerator. 2,452,097. Oct. 26. 
Bornstein, Leopold : See — 

Rostler, Fritz, and Bornstein. 
Borresen, William Y. : See — 

Bissout, Herbert A., and Borresen. 
Borroughs, Joseph N., Piedmont, Calif. Swimming in- 
struction apparatus. 2,434,542, Jan. 13. 
Borroughs, Joseph N., Piedmont, Calif. Swimming prac- 
tice apparatus. 2,434,543, Jan. 13. 
Bors, Zolton J., Tonawanda, N. Y. Immersion heater. 

2,457,028, Dec. 21. . 

Borsoff, Victor N., Berkeley, Calif. Removing carbon and 

carbonaceous matter. 2,443,373, June 15. 
Bortner, William A., Baltimore, assignor to The Glenn 
L. Martin Company, Middle River, Md. Retractable 
sponson. 2,448,075, Aug. 31. 
Bortnick, Newman M., assignor to Rohm & Haas Company, 
Philadelphia Pa. Preparation of nitriles. 2,455,651, 
Dec. 7. 
Borts, George A., Alliance, Ohio. Window screen shutter. 

2,435,381, Feb. 3. 
Borys, Chester A., assignee : See — 

Swiech, Walter. 
Borzell, John, Pittston, Pa. Fifth wheel coupling for 

trailers. 2,454,626, Nov. 23. 
Bosch, James F., Wappingers Falls, N. Y. Bookbinding and 

producing the same. 2,455,971, Dec. 14. 
Boscowltz, Herbert H., New York, N. Y. Finger ring 

with key. 2,453,190, Nov. 9. 
Boshka, Joseph M., G. A. Goepfrich, and F. V. Kuzmitz, 
assignors to Bendix Aviation Corporation, South Bend, 
Ind. Semiautomatic hydraulic-electric gun charger. 
2,440,071, Apr. 20. 
Boskovich, Milan N., Midvale, Utah, assignor of forty- 
nine one-hundredths to A. O. Hall. Mechanical mucker. 
2,435,669, Feb. 10. 



Bosland, Herman S. : See — 

La Piana, Fred G., and Bosland. 
Bosley, James L., Oakland, Calif. Photometer carrying 

case. 2,447,053, Aug. 17. 
Boss, Floi'is, and E. Nemic, Grand Rapids, Mich. Adjust- 
able two layered scren for hammer mills and remote 
control therefor. 2,440,927, May 4. 
Boss, Marcel C, Westfield, assignor to Mabor Company, 
Inc., Clark Township, Union County, N. J. Apparatus 
for cleaning metal articles and the like by liquid dip 
agitation. 2,442,675, June i. 
Boss, Marcel C, Westfield, assignor to Mabor Company, 
Inc., Clark Township, Union County, N. J. Vapor phase 
degreasing apparatus, including temperature control of 
vapor condensers. 2,447,840, Aug. 24. 
Bossard, Gisbert L., Cleveland, Ohio. Mounting for elec- 
tric chime signal devices. 2,452,897, Nov. 2. 
Bossard, Werner : See — 

Krebser, Adolf, and Bossard. 
Bossart, Paul N., Cheswick, assignor to The Union Switch 
& Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Supplying pulses of 
modulated current. 2,437,315, Mar. 9. 
Bossi, Romeo A., Newton Center, Mass. Universal ray or 

beam reflecting device. 2,450,417, Oct. 5. 
Bossmeyer, Charles L., Stratford, Conn., assignor to Dicta- 
phone Corporation, New York, N. Y. Springless gover- 
nor. 2,433,885, Jan. 6. 
Bostock, Ian, Stafford, England. Making shoes with a 

wedge heel and stiffener. 2,444,493, July 6. 
Boston, Elmer S., Earlville, 111. Trip-rope tensionine and 

releasing device. 2,444,974, July 13. 
Boston, Elmer S., Earlville, 111. Bracket construction. 

2,447,228, Aug. 17. 
Boston, John P., United States Navy. Temperature meas- 
uring system with maximum or minimum selector. 
2,444,421, July 6. 
Boston Machine Works Company, assignee : See — 

Calder, John M. 
Boston Varnish Company, assignee : See — 

Bradley, John J., Jr. 
Boston Wire Stitcher Company, assignee : See — 
Lindstrom, Charles M. 
Maynard, Arthur H. 
Boston Woven Hose and Rubber Company, assignee : See — 
Bierer, John M. 

Harrison, Arthur Y., and Pinkerton. 
Knowland, Thomas M. 
Marcy, Grosvenor D. 
Silvia, Cyril L., and Smith. 
Bostwick, Fred D., Thiensville, assignor to A. O. Smith 
Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. Mixing vessel and de- 
flector therefor. 2,450,107, Sept. 28. 
Bostwick, Henry C, Coventry Township, Summit County, 
assignor to Akron Standard Mold Company, Akron, 
Ohio. Strip feeding mechanism. 2,441,791, May 18. 
Bostwick, Myron A. : See — 

Sonnemann, William K., and Bostwick. 
Bostwick, Rolla B., Pittsburgh, Pa. Sharpener for double- 
edged razor blades, with automatic blade-turning 
means. 2,439,646, Apr. 13. 
Bosworth, Frederic M., Rocky River, assignor to The 
Weatherhead Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Coupling. 
2,441,344, May 11. 
Both, Donald J. R. : See — 

Cribb, Harold H., and Both. 
Botham, Jack F., Colchester, England. Perpetual 
calendar with automatic day indication. 2,435,069, 
Jan. 27. 
Bothe, Werner H., Kenosha, assignor to Worldsbest In- 
dustries, Inc., Cudahy, Wis. Clamp for curtain stretch- 
ers. 2,448,574, Sept. 7. 
Bothwell, Frank E. : See — 

Coffin, Francis P., Jr., Bothwell, and Crout. 
Bottenberg, Kenneth C., and J. A. Richardson, Bartles- 
ville, Okla., assignors to Phillips Petroleum Company. 
Manufacturing anhydrous HC1. 2,437,290, Mar. 9. 
Bottle Brownie Corp., assignee : See — 

Campbell, James W. 
Bottomly, Robert J., assignee : See — 

Adams, Edwin F. 
Botts, Hugh P., assignor of one-half to L. G. Botts, New 

York, N. Y. Paper clip. 2,455.399, Dec. 7. 
Botts, Lawrence G., assignee : See — 

Botts, Hugh P. 
Bouchard, George H., Ipswich, assignor to Sylvania Elec- 
tric Products Inc., Salem, Mass. Crater lamp. 
2,457,771, Dec. 28. 
Bouchard, Joseph E., Quebec, Quebec, Canada. Display 

tray. 2,442,070, May 25. 
Bouchard, Samuel E., Brighton, assignor to Bausch & Lomb 
Optical Company, Rochester, N. Y. Lens holding means 
for semirimless tension spectacle mountings. 2,439,357, 
Apr. 6. 
Bouchard, Samuel E., Brighton, assignor to Bausch & 
Lomb Optical Company, Rochester, N. Y. Semirimless 
spectacle mounting. 2,450,711, Oct. 5. 
Boucher, Auguste, and L. Parveau, Vignols, France. 

Slotting and tenoning machine. 2,450,181, Sept. 28. 
Boucher, Charles P. : See — 

Keiser, Russell W., and Boucher. 
Boucher, Charles P., and R. W. Keiser, assignors to 
Boucher and Keiser Company, Atlanta, Ga. Fluorescent 
lighting system. 2,439,963, Apr. 20. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Boucher and Keiser Company, assignee : See — 
Boucher, Charles P., and Keiser. 
Keiser, Russell \Y\, and Boucher. 
Boucher, Roger, Hull, Quebec, Canada. Bicycle rear 

light control. 2,449,200, Sept. 14. 
Boucraut, Louis, assignor to SocielS a Responsabilite 
Limited : Les Fils De Valton & Co., Troyes, France. 
Apparatus for the manufacture of seamless varicose-vein 
stockings. 2,441,118, May 4. 
Boudreau, Alban M., assignor to Hedstrom-Union Company, 
Gardner, Mass. Combined brake and safety leg for 
perambulators. 2,456,250, Dec. 14. 
Bouffard, Joseph A., Garden City, and J. G. Greemen, 
assignors to C. B. Gates, Detroit, Mich. Crayon con- 
tainer. 2,438,895, Apr. 6. 
Bouget, Yves A., West Orange, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Ma- 
terial serving apparatus. 2,457,636, Dec. 28. 
Boughton, Olin W. : See — 

Sharp, John V., and Boughton. 
Boughton, Willis A., Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and C. L. 
Dawes, and W. R. Mansfield, Cambridge, Mass., assignors 
to W. A. Boughton, C. L. Dawes, W. R. Mansfield, F. C. 
Hughes, and D. M. Hill, trustees of the Mica Patents 
Trusl. Composite bonded sheet insulating materials. 
2,456,251, Dec. 14. 
Boulais, William A., Jr., Jersey City, N. J. Photographic 

border device. 2,454,032, Nov. 16. 
Boulicault, Marcel, assignee, et al. : See — 

Leach, Charles C. 
Bouman, Johannes A. J., Eindhoven, Netherlands, as- 
signor, by mesne assignments, to Hartford National 
Bank and Trust Company, Hartford, Conn., as trustee. 
Radio receiver or amplifier arranged to be fed from 
direct current mains. 2,449,685, Sept. 21. 
Bour, Paul L., Paris, France, assignor to International 
Standard Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. Elec- 
trical connector. 2,457.119, Dec. 28. 
Bourdeaux, John, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 

Drive chain. 2,440,818, May 4. 
Bourdeaux, Joseph O. : See — 

Holan, Leif A., and Bourdeaux. 
Bourdette, Earl C, Chickasaw, Ala. Internal heat intensi- 

fier. 2,452,89%, Nov. 2. 
Bourdette, Earl C., Chickasaw, Ala. Adjustable flange jig. 

2,452,985. Nov. 2. 
Bourgeois, Louis, St. Louis, Mo. Trap. 2,440,570, Apr. 

27. 
Bourland, Eli, Millbrae Highlands, assignor to Pacific Can 
Company, San Francisco, Calif. Continuous cooker- 
cooler drive. 2,436,913, Mar. 2. 
Bourland, Harry B., assignor to Red Spot Paint & Varnish 
Company, Inc., Evansville, Ind. Display bin construc- 
tion. 2,434,985. Jan. 27. 
Bourland, James F. : See — 

Hass, Henry B., and Bourland. 
Bourne, Edmund W., Jr., Utica, N. Y. Signal plug for 

engine failure warning systems. 2,450.630, Oct. 5. 
Bourne, Raymond D., Middletown, Ohio. Windmill. 

2,437,346, Mar. 9. 
Bourne, Roland B., West Hartford, assignor to The Maxim 
Silencer Company, Hartford, Conn. Snowplow. 
2,437,291, Mar. 9. 
Bourne, Roland B., West Hartford, and J. P. Tyskewicz, 
assignors to The Maxim Silencer Company, Hartford, 
Conn. Elevating mechanism for snowplows. 2,440,166, 
Apr. 20. 
Bourne, Roland B., West Hartford, J. P. Tyskewicz, Hart- 
ford, and A. E. Chase, Elmwood, assignors to The Maxim 
Silencer Company, Hartford, Conn. Spark arrester 
silencer. 2,452,723, Nov. 2. 
Bourque, Hercules N., Hudson, Mass. Toolholding attach- 
ment for machine tool turrets. 2,453,083, Nov. 2. 
Bourquin, Jean-Pierre : See — 

Schnider, Otto, and Bourquin, and Griissner. 
Ron not. Rene\ Bonlogne-sur-Seine, and J. Bnrdou, Paris, 
assignors to Sociote d'Applientions Mecnniques Pour 
L'Automobile, Boulogne, sur-Seine. Frnnce. Automatic 
die (listing machine. 2.445.095, July 27. 
Bonsky, Samuel. Shaker Heights, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Jack & TIeintz Precision Industries, Inc., 
Cleveland, Ohio. Erector system. 2,415.384, July 20. 
Bousquet, Euclid W.. Assignor to E. T. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. HnlneenophenyIthlo-2,3 
epoxypropanes, and halogenophcnylthio-2.3-propanediols. 
2,434,099, Jan. 6. 
Bousquet, Euclid W., assignor 1o E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. 2-carboxy-halogeno-l,4- 
thiachromanone. 2,434,100, Jan. 6. 
Bouthiller, Atiguste J. and J. P., assignors to Imperial 
Machine Corporation, Worcester, Mass. Floating tool 
holder. 2,445,509, July 20. 
Bouthiller, Jean P. : See — 

Bouthiller, Auguste J. and J. P. 
Bouton, George M. Madison, G. S. Phipps, Chatham, 
.■mi] K. I 1 ). Schumacher, Maplewood, N. J., assignors to 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Metal objects coated wilh lead alloys. 2,440,090, 
Aug. 17. 
liouton, Gertrude v., assignee: See — 

VlBCher, Alfred, Jr. 
Bouton, H. L., Company, assignee: See — 
Maurer, Frank W. 



Bouwer, Adam B., and L. Dorfman, Johannesburg, 
Transvaal, Union of South Africa. Concentrator 
having sloping reciprocating table with movable deck. 
2,438,775, Mar. 30. 

Bouwers, Albert : See — 

Mulder, Johannes G. W., and Bouwers. 

Bouwers, Albert, assignor to N. V. Optische Industrie 
'/De Oude Delft," Delft, Netherlands. Schmidt type 
image former with negative meniscus lens spherical 
aberration corrector. 2,448,699, Sept. 7. 

Bovard. William P., assignor to The Ohio Brass Company, 
Mansfield, Ohio. Cable pothead. 2,436,093, Feb. 17. 

Bovey, Donald E., assignor to Woodward Governor Com- 
pany, Rockford, 111. Electrical measurement of dis- 
placement. 2,439,711, Anr. 13. 

Bow, Horace S., assignee : See — 
Bow, Marvin H. 

Bow, Marvin H., assignor of one-half to H. S. Bow, Ard- 
more, Okla. Oil gauge-line wiper. 2,440,571, Apr. 27. 

Bowdil Company, The, assignee : See — 
Bowman. Charles L. 

Bowditch, Hoel L., Sharon, assignor to The Foxboro Com- 
pany, Foxboro, Mass. Mechanism for moving movable 
members. 2,455,326, Nov. 30. 

Bowditch, Hoel L., Sharon, Mass. Combination magnify- 
ing lens and punch or the like. 2,455,972, Dec. 14. 

Bowe, Thomas A., Hilbert, Wis. Steering gear for wheeled 
vehicles. 2,437,590, Mar. 9. 

Bowen, Arnold E., Red Bank, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Wave cuide repeater. 2.457,524, Dec. 28. 

Bowen, Cedric A., Aston, Birmingham, England, assignor 
to The Timken Roller Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. 
Axle box. 2,448,655, Sept. 7. 

Bowen, Edward L., McComb City, Miss. Air brake slack 
adjuster. 2,436,850, Mar. 2. 

Bowen, Everette F., Cedar Rapids, Iowa, assignor to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Means for illu- 
minating and trimming paper. 2,444.723, July 6. 

Bowen, Rayner V., Huntington, W. Va. Sander. 2,445,599, 
July 20. 

Bowen, Henry B., and A. M. Vineberg, Montreal, Quebec, 
Canada. Terminal attachment for crutches and the 
like. 2,453,742, Nov. 16. 
Bowen, Herbert C, Cassopolis, Mich., assignor to Bendiy 
Home Appliances, Inc., South Bend, Ind. Mixing valve 
control. 2,442,886, June 8. 
Bowen, John L., Sr., Morgantown, W. Va. Car-rail stop. 

2,454,500, Nov. 23. 
Bowen, Joseph R., assignor to Hollvwood-Maxwell Co., 

Los Angeles, Calif. Brassiere. 2,436,094, Feb. 17. 
Bowen, Phil C, Merriam, Kans. Garment drier head. 

2,453,488, Nov. 9. 
Bowen. Rees T.. A. W. Head, and F. G. Lesniak, assignors 
to Masonite Corporation, Laurel, Miss. Multiple press 
loading and/or unloading apparatus. 2,438,896, Apr. 6. 
Bowen Research Corporation, assignee: See — ■ 

Bowen, William S.. and McCrum. 
Bowen. William J., Chevy Chase, Md. Emergency oxygen 

supply. 2,444,029, June 29. 
Bowen, William S., Westfield, and W. I. McCrum, Belmar, 
assignors to Bowen Research Corporation, Garwood, 
N. J. Vibrating conical discharge means for spray 
driers. 2,449.366, Sept. 14. 
Bower, Byron F., assignor to Pines Engineering Com- 
pany, Aurora, 111. Transfer device for tube and rod 
chucks. 2,438,600, Mar. 30. 
Bower, Clark D.. Lomona. Calif., assignor to Fairbanks, 
Morse & Co., Chicago, 111. Turbine pump. 2,455,552, 
Dec. 7. 
Bower, Frank P., assignor of one-half to T. E. Chambers, 
New Castle, Pa. Spring biased parking brake lever. 
2.440,928, May 4. 
Bower, John L., New Haven, Conn., assignor to Control 
Instrument Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Selective 
metering system with supervised control device. 
2,440,002, Apr. 20. 
Bower Roller Bearing Company, assignee : See — 
Johnson, Glen F. 
Madison, Arthur F. 
Bower, William L., Sheffield, England. Magnetic sepa- 
rator. 2.452.220. Oct. 20. 
Bowers, Charles E.. assignor to Fibre Metal Products Com- 
pany, Chester, Pa., a partnership consisting of F. M. 
Bowers, C. E. Bowers, and J. W. Bowers. Headgear 
goggles. 2.445,203. July 13. 
Bowers. Frederick H., Kalamazoo, Mich. Fabricating 
merchandise holders and display devices. 2,455,109, 
Nov. 30. 
Bowers. Herbert L. : See — 

Williams, William W., and Bowers. 
Bowers, Jack L., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to the United 
States of America as represented by the Secretary of 
War. High-frequency variable inductance. 2,453,113, 
Nov. 9. 

Bowers. James E., Allentown, Ga. Transportation 

vehicle. 2,438,534, Mar. 30. 
Bowers, Malcolm B. : See— 

Brantly, John E., and Bowers. 
Bowers, Maurice E., Somerville, N. J. Hen marking nest. 

2,440,208, Aug. 3. 



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Bowers, Thomas A., Mattapoisett, Mass., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Thompson Products, Inc., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Piston ring assembly. 2,443,065, June 8 

Bowers, Vernon A., Baltimore, Md. Closure attachment 
for cigarette packages. 2,445,510, July 20. 

Bowes, Arthur S., assignee : See — 
Amberg, Walter E. 

Bowles, Albert H\, Naugatuck, Conn., and A. J. Keegel, 
Jersey City, N. J., assignors to Trinity Holding Cor- 
poration, Beacon Falls, Conn. Carroting reagents and 
process. 2,438,738, Mar. 30. 

Bowles, Vernon 0. : See — 

Reed, Carl S., Schutte, and Bowles. 

Bowlin, Pete, Lewiston, Idaho. Shaving kit. 2,454,374, 
Nov. 23. 

Bowling, Leonard C, assignor of one-half to L. O. Koen, 
Houston, Tex. Motor steering apparatus. 2,440,794, 
May 4. 

Bowlus, Glenn H., San Marino, Calif. Helicopter and air- 
plane sustained aircraft. 2,440,003, Apr. 20. 

Bowlus, Omer E., Detroit, assignor to Chrysler Corpora- 
tion, Highland Park, Mich. Electrical control system. 
2,447,111, Aug. 17. 

Bowman, Charles L., Canton, Ohio, assignor to The Bowdil 
Company. Wedge-grip holder for bits. 2,434,256, Jan. 
13. 

Bowman, Ervin D. L., Fairview Village, Ohio. Lamp con- 
struction. 2,446,455, Aug. 3. 

.Bowman, Gramville M., assignee : See — 
Sohnlein, Fred W. 

.Bowman Gum, Inc., assignee : See — 
Fenimore, Edward P. 

Bowman-Manifold, Michael : See — 

Cork, Edward C, Bowman-Manifold, Gale, and 
Blythen. 

Bowman, Philip I. : See — 

Remensnyder, John P., Bowman, and Barth. 

Bown, Ralph, Maplewood, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
System for transmitting intelligence. 2,436,376, Feb. 24. 

Bowne, Langford J., Howard Beach, assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telephone call transmitter. 2,433,836, Jan. 6. 
:Bowne, Langford J., Howard Beach, assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. 
Selective signaling system. 2,441,557, May 18. 

Bowser, Inc., assignee: See — 

Harvuot, Frank B. 
iBowser, S. F., & Company, Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Kamm, Edmund W. E., and Delaney. 

Bowsher, Edward A. H., H. M. M. d'Assis-Fonseca, and 
H. J. Ward, assignors to Standard Telephones and 
Cables Limited, London, England. Electric signiling 
system. 2,445,759, July 27. 

Boxwell, Norman L., assignee : See — 
Merline, Edward O. 

Boyajian, Aram, Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Tapped transformer system. 
2,449,367, Sept. 14. 

Boyar, Harry, Oak Park, assignor to Boyar-Schultz Corpo- 
ration, Chicago, 111. Knurling tool. 2,436,950, Mar. 2. 

Boyar-Schultz Corporation, assignee : See — 
Boyar, Harry. 
Ross. Albert R. 

Boyce, Garfield L., Chester, Pa., assignor to American 
Viscose Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Winding of 
yarn. 2,451,468. Oct. 19. 

Boyce, Thompson, Institute for Plant Research, Inc., as- 
signee : See — 
Dennv, Frank E. 
Prill, Edward A. 
Synderholm, Martin E. 

Boyd, Frank C, Santa Fe Springs, H. E. Hester, Los 
Angeles, and P. A. Medearis, Southgate, Calif. Drill 
pipe protector applicator. 2,435,868, Feb. 10. 

Boyd, Frank S., Alameda, Calif. Parachute release. 
2,434,755, Jan. 20. 

Boyd, James H., Jr., Hudson Township, Summit County, 
Ohio, assignor to Phillips Petroleum Company. Hydro- 
genation of butadienesulfones to thiophenes. 2,440,671, 
May 4. 

Boyd, Landon B., La Porte, Ind. Copper topped piston. 
2,445,309, July 20. 

Boyd, Thomas, Springfield, Mass., assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Preparation of vinvl 
chloride. 2,446,123, July 27. 

Boyd, Thomas, Springfield, Mass., assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Reaction of hydrogen 
halides with compounds having aliphatic unsaturation. 
2.446,124, July 27. 

Boyd, Thomas E. : See — 

D'Ardenne, Walter H., Devore, Wolf and Boyd. 

Boyd, William H., Drexel Hill, assignor to General Re- 
fractories Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Furnace arch 
and wall structure. 2,457,201, Dec. 28. 

Boyd, William J., Jr., Pittsburgh, Pa. Keyway cutter 
holder. 2,455.973, Dec. 14. 

Boyden, Robert E., Los Angeles, and E. P. Drake, Glen- 
dale, assignors to Clary Multiplier Corporation, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Governor. 2,442,456, June 1. 

Boydston, Raymond W. : See — 

Raines, Arnold, Boydston, and Eshner. 



Boyer, Francis E. : See — - 

Winkler, Herman E., and Boyer. 

Boyer, Hugh N., near Canfield, Ohio. Traction device, 
2,436,549, Feb. 24. 

Boyer, Hugh N„ near Canfield, Ohio. Toggle bolt. 
2,448,700, Sept. 7. 

Boyer, Hugh N., Canfield, Ohio. Traction device for 
tractors. 2,455,110, Nov. 30. 

Boyer, John L., VVilkinsburg, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Electronic 
converter. 2,442,257, May 25. 

Boyer, John L., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Control cir- 
cuits for high-frequency electronic converters. 

2.442.258, May 25. 

Boyer, John L., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Power 
circuits for high-frequency electronic converters. 

2.442.259, May 25. 

Boyer, John L., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Polyphase 
electronic converter. 2,442,260, May 25. 

Boyer, John L., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Electronic 
converter control circuit. 2,442,263, May 25. 

Boyer, John L., Wilkinsburg, and H. A. Rose, Pittsburgh, 
assignors to Westinghouse Electric Corporation, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Excitation system for vapor electric 
valves. 2,441,987, May 25. 

Boyer, John L., and C. G. Hagensick, Wilkinsburg, as- 
signors to Westinghouse Electric Corporation, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Electronic frequency changer. 
2,442,261, May 25. 6 

Boyer, John L., and C. G. Hagensick, Wilkinsburg^ as- 
signors to Westinghouse Electric Corporation, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Cycloconverter control. 2,442 262 
May 25. 

Boyer, John L., Wilkinsburg, and R. J. Ballard, West 
Newton, assignors to Westinghouse Electric Corpora- 
tion, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Vapor electric device. 
2,454,129, Nov. 16. 

Boyer, Taylor M., and C. R. Gottschall, assignors to All 
American Aviation, Inc., Wilmington, Del. Arresting 
unit for aircraft landing system. 2,448,209, Aug. 31. 

Boykin, John R., Baltimore, Md., assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Efficiency 
meter. 2,434,544, Jan. 13. 

Boylan, Charles H., Lakewood, assignor to The Weather- 
head Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Packless back-seat- 
ing valve. 2,438,776, Mar. 30. 

Boylan, Francis L., New Orleans. La. Fuel oil filling sys- 
tem. 2,438,800, Mar. 30. 

Boylan, Gove S., Ridgway, Pa., assignor to United States 
Leather Company, New York, N. Y. Conveying mech- 
anism. 2,434,345, Jan. 13. 

Boylan, Gypsy A., Rocky River, Ohio. Brassiere. 
2,455,036, Nov. 30. 

Boyle, Edward J., and E. A. Anderson, Palmerton, Pa., 
assignors to The New Jersey Zinc Company, New York, 
N. Y. Zinc-titanium-cadmium alloys. 2,448,169, Aug. 

Boyle-Midway Inc., assignee : See — 
Cameron, Joseph W. 
Kamlet, Jonas. 
Thomas, Douglas W. 
Boynton, Earl S. : See — 

O'Brien, Joseph F., and Boynton. 
Boynton, Erwin R., Schenectady, and W. T. Rauch, Pat- 
tersonville, N. Y., assignors to General Electric Com- 
pany. Electromagnet with plunger. 2,435,817, Feb. 10. 
Boypower Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Brauer, David G. 
Bozeman, John W., New York, assignor to Control Instru- 
ment Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Sinusoidal modu- 
lator. 2,445,204, July 13. 
Bozenhard, Charles C. and C. C, Yonkers, N. Y. Tire 

chain. 2,436,709, Feb. 24. 
Bozenhard, Cushing C. : See — 

Bozenhard, Charles C. and C. C. 
Bozorth, Harry S., Jr., Upper Darby, Pa. Grip clasp 

for fishing rods. 2,443,946, June 22. 
Brach, E. J., & Sons, assignee : See — 

Spain, William P. 
Brack, Joseph L., assignor to Pullman-Standard Car 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Vehicle bed 
arrangement. 2,443,552, June 15. 
Bracke, Oscar J. J., Antwerp, Belgium, assignor to Inter- 
national Standard Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Selector switch mounting for telecommunication sys- 
tems. 2,436,786, Mar. 2. 
Braekett, Frederick S., Chevy Chase, Md. Periscope 

mounting for armored vehicles. 2.454,268. Nov. 23. 
Brackett, Newell, Bala Cynwyd, Pa. Tube expander. 

2,448,512, Sept. 7. 
Bradbury, Clayton : See — 

Graves, Herbert C, Jr., Schymik, and Bradbury. 
Bradbury, Donald, Prospect Park, and C. A. Meyer, Drexel 
Hill, assignors to Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 
East Pittsburgh, Pa. Fuel control apparatus for liquid 
fuel burners. 2,446,523, Aug. 10. 
Bradbury, Frederick G., assignee : See — 
Frick, Albion N. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Braddon, Frederick D., Babylon, N. Y., assignor to The 

Sperry Corporation. Pressure regulator for instrument 

housings. 2,439,793, Apr. 20. 
Braddon, Frederick D., Babylon, N. Y., assignor to The 

Sperry Corporation. Deviation correcting means for 

magnetic devices. 2,443,595, June 22. 
Braddon, Frederick D., Babylon, N. Y., assignor to The 

Sperry Corporation. Gyro vertical instrument. 

2,450,874, Oct. 12. . ,_ „ 

Braddon, Frederick D., Babylon, and L. F. Beach, Port 

Washington, N. Y., assignors to The Sperry Corporation. 

Gyroscopic instrument. 2,450,875, Oct. 12. 
Braden, Bene A., Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio 

Corporation of America. Monitoring and measuring 

apparatus for frequency modulated signals. 2,438,801, 

Mar. 30. ...„'*.„ 

Braden, Rene A., Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Phase splitting coupling for 
coaxial transmission lines. 2,457,638, Dec. 28. 

Braden, Vally N., assignor to Wingfoot Corporation, 
Akron, Ohio. Liquid-hydrocarbon-resistant container. 
2 451 911 Oct 19 

Bra'denburg," Joseph L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Portable air 

clearing fan. 2,451,193, Oct. 12. 
Bradford, Arthur J., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Motion Picture Engineering Corpora- 
tion. Winding mechanism. 2,436,418, Feb. 24. 

Bradford, Victor H., Upper Montclair, assignor to Special- 
ties Development Corporation, Bloomfield, N. J. Pro- 
ducing aluminum-coated iron or steel. 2,444,422, July 6. 

Bradford, William, Taunton, Mass. Six heat pad. 
2,441,005, May 4. 

Bradley, Burt J., Boise, Idaho. Wire tightener. 
2,451,531, Oct. 19. „ 

Bradley, George T., Miami, Fla. Shotgun forearm. 
2,447,229, Aug. 17. „„'•». 

Bradley, John J., Jr., Walpole, assignor to Boston Varnish 
Company, Everett, Mass. Film applicator. 2,436,351, 
Feb. 17. 

Bradlev, John S., North Attleboro, Mass., and N. H. 
Smith, Pawtucket, assignors to Hemphill Company, 
Central Falls, R. I. Yarn take-up. 2,449,105, Sept. 14. 

Bradley Pulverizer Company, assignee : See — 
Gibson, William A., and Mayer. 

Bradley Robert A.. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 
Conveyer. 2,445,469, July 20. 

Bradlev Rose I., Seattle, Wash. Bib and safety jacket. 
2,448,076, Aug. 31. 

Bradley, Wilburn F., Hollywood, 111. Loading device for 
plastic molding machines. 2,451,912, Oct. 19. 

Bradley, William E. : See — 

Johnson, Nels, and Bradley. 

Bradley, William E., assignor to Union Oil Company of 
California, Los Angeles, Calif. Alkylation process. 
2,435,028. Jan. 27. 

Bradley, William E., assignor to Union Oil Company of 
California, Los Angeles, Calif. Alkylation of lsoparaf- 
fins with olefins. 2,435,029, Jan. 27. 

Bradley, William E., Swarthmore, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Synchronized oscillator circuit. 2,440,073, Apr. 20. 

Bradley, William E., Swarthmore, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Frequency modulation detector circuit. 2,445,996, July 
27. 

Bradley. William E., Swarthmore, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Wave guide coupling device. 2,455,158 Nov. 30. 

Bradner, Donald B., Cincinnati, Ohio. Calculating ma- 
chine. 2,454,987, Nov. 30. 

Bradshaw, George B., Wilmington, Del. Soapmaking 
process. 2,452,724, Nov. 2. 

Bradshaw, George B., Wilmington, Del. Soapmaking 
process. 2,452,725, Nov. 2. 

Bradshaw, Jess H., San Jose, Calif. Valve silencer. 
2,434,386, Jan. 13. 

Bradshaw, Leonard C. : See — 

Montgomerie, John A., Archibald, and Bradshaw 

Bradshaw, Robert, assignee : See — 
Pulver, Harold M. 

Bradshaw, William II., Wilmington, Del., and W. R. 
SchmitZ, Jr., Richmond, Va., assignors to E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Continuous 
making alkali cellulose. 2,452,542, Nov. 2. 

Brady, Charles V., and A. F. Ottinger, assignors to Bemis 
Bro. Bag Company. St. Louis, Mo. Labeled fabric bag 
and the like. 2,437,184, Mar. 2. 

Brady, Charles V., and A. F. Ottinger, assignors to Bemis 
Bro. Bag Company, St. Louis, Mo. Making labeled bags 
and the like. 2,437,185, Mar. 2. 

Brady, Clyde H., Danville, Va. Plumbing fitting. 
2,439,712, Apr. 13. 

Brady, Francis E., Jr., Muncie, Ind. Sealing unit. 
2,445,018, July 13. , „, . 

Bradv Francis E., Jr., Muncie, Ind. Fitting for automo- 
bile radial ors. 2,453,406, Nov. 9. 

Brady, Frank W., San Francisco. Calif. Device tor 
handling cakes of Ice and delivering same in com- 
minuted form. 2,435,030, Jan. 27. 

Bradv. Frederick W. : See — 

Brady, William H., Jr. and F. W. 



Brady, George W., Upper Montclair, N. J., assignor to 
Curtis-Wright Corporation. Making internally rein- 
forced hollow propeller blades. 2,457,202, Dec. 28. 

Brady, James M., Washington, D. C, assignor to the 
United States of America, as represented by the Secre- 
tary of War. Automatic weather data transmitting 
station unit. 2,441,133, May 11. 

Brady, Robert L. : See — 

Arvin, Maroin J., and Brady. 

Brady, Samuel G. : See — 

Gruenberg, Ivor J., and Brady. 

Brady, Samuel G., and J. L. King, Royal Oak, assignors to 
The Gear Grinding Machine Company, Hamtramck, 
Mich. Indexing mechanism. 2,454,591, Nov. 23. 

Brady, William H., Jr., Milwaukee, Wis., and F. W. Brady, 
Chicago, 111. Adhesive label dispenser. 2,434,545, 
Jan. 13. 

Braendle, Harold A. : See — 

Wiegand, William B., and Braendle. 

Braga, Earl W., Los Angeles, Calif. Air-cooled explosion 
turbine. 2,436,246, Feb. 17. 

Bragiel, Albert, and J. Scott, assignors to Mohawk Carpet 
Mills, Inc., Amsterdam, N. Y. Carpeted floor. 2,441,391, 
May 11. 

Brahm, Clarence A. : See — 

Lorentz, Mynard R., and Brahm. 

Brailsford, Harrison D., Harrison, N. Y. Electrical motor. 
2,457,637, Dec. 28. 

Brailsford, Robert E. : See — 

Kischitz, Alexander D., Gochenour, and Brailsford. 

Braithwaite, Charles H., Jr., Pittsburgh, assignor to 
Westinghouse Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Waterproof electrical coil. 2,447,631, Aug. 24. 

Brake Equipment & Supply Company, assignee: See — 
Pratt, Best. n iu m . ,, 

Brainard, Carl M., Los Angeles, Calif. Electrically ener- 
gized visible unit. 2,441,749, May 18. 

Bralley, James A., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Preparation of 
vinyl chloride. 2,436,710, Feb. 24. 

Bralley, James A., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Preparation of 
vinyl chloride. 2,436,711, Feb. 24. 

Bralley, James A., Akron, and F. B. Pope, Cuyahoga Falls, 
Ohio, assignors to The B. F. Goodrich Company, New 
York, N. Y. Nuclear halogenated 4,4'-bis-(alkenyl car- 
bonato) diphenyl alkanes and polymers thereof. 
2 455 652 Dec 7 

Bralley,' James A., Akron, and F. B. Pope, Cuyahoga Falls, 
Ohio, assignors to The B. F. Goodrich Company, New 
York, N. Y. Di-(alkenyl carbonato) aromatic com- 
pounds and polymers thereof. 2,455,653, Dec. 7. 

Bramberry, Harry M., New Castle, Ind. Piston ring. 
Re. 23.014. July 6. „ „ _ 

Bramberry, Harry M., New Castle, Ind. Cylinder surface 
character. 2,434,880, Jan. 20. ,,„„., 

Bramberry, Harry M., Sr., Newcastle, Ind. Piston ring 
tool. 2,444,975, July 13. 

Bramel, Vera M.. assignee, et al. : See — 
Anderson, Frederick. 

Bramley, Arthur, Long Branch, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Photoelectric tube and manufacturing same. 2,439, b47, 
Apr. 13. 

Bramley, Sylvanus W., White Plains, N.Y. Electromag- 
netic clock winding mechanism. 2,442,395, June 1. 

Brammer, Harry, Leeds, England. Belting. 2,450,576, 
Oct. 6. 

Brammer, Harry, Leeds, England. Laminated driving belt. 
2 455 400 Dec 7 

Branch,' Burl, Brantford, Ontario, Canada. Barking drum. 

Bra'ndfflefd,' Frank B., Sr., Canton, 111. Cheese pusher. 
2,457,441, Dec. 28. 

Branchflower, Lyle E. : See — 

Lincoln, John H., and Branchflower. 

Brand Earl E., Berlin, N. J. Liquid cooled metallic beer 
keg.' 2,447,390, Aug. 17. 

Brand, Jane, Pittsburgh, Pa. Ankle bandage. 2,446,902, 
Aug. 10. 

Brand, William T., Beemer, Nebr. Machine for removing: 
the wax caps from honeycombs. 2,457,301, Dec. ^8. 

Brandell, Elmer, assignee, et al. : See — 
Neal, Ernest C. 

Brandenburg, Andrg, and A. Jolivet ; said Brandenburg as- 
signor to M. Deloye, Paris, France. Device for the sep- 
arate supply of the fuel and of the combustion air for 
explosion engines. 2,440,572, Apr. 27. 

Brandenburg, Julius, New York, N. Y. Umbilical clip and' 
holder for same. 2,434,831, Jan. 20. 

Brandes, Samuel A., New York, and F. L. Greenfield, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. ; said Brandes assignor to said Green- 
field. Laterally folding chair with tray. 2,447,391, 
Aug. 17. 

Brandon, Howard, assignee, et al. : See — 

Nelson, Noble A. _ , . _. . 

Brandon, Richard C, Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Desulfurlzation of tri- 
isobutylene. 2,436,550, Feb. 24. 

Brandon, Wayne D„ Skokie, assignor to Baxter Labora- 
tories, Inc., Glenview, 111. Container and using same; 
2,457,120, Dec. 28. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Brandt Automatic Cashier Company, assignee : See — 
Barganz, Walter A., and Quirk. 
Quirk, Earl W., and Buchholz. 
Brandt, Edison R., Marblehead, assignor to Edison En- 
gineering Company, Inc., Swampscott, Mass. Article 
carrier. 2,434,387, Jan. 13. 
Brandt, Helene, New York, N. Y. Removable cover for 

handbags or similar articles. 2,436,237, Feb. 17. 
Brandt, Kristian H., Red Bank, N. J., assignor to the 
United States of America as represented by the Secre- 
tary of War. Filter condenser and brush holder. 
2,453,114, Nov. 9. 
Brandt, Otho A., St. Paul, and F. G. Elltngsen, Min- 
neapolis, Minn. Wheel operating means for airplanes. 
2,454.627. Nov. 23. 
Brandt, Philipp : See — 

Ratti, Roger, and Brandt. 
Brandt, Preston L. : See — 

Wadsworth, Francis T., Lee, and Brandt. 
Brandt. Weldon H. : See — 

Rider, Morgan W., and Brandt. 
Brandt, Wilfred H. : See— 

Burtle, Jerome G. and Brandt. 
Tomlinson, Clarence L. 
Braner, Henry J., assignor to The National Cash Register 
Company, Dayton, Ohio. Electric soldering apparatus. 
2,437,151, Mar. 2. 
Branick, Charles E., Fargo, N. Dak. Apparatus for 11ft- 
• ing and supporting rim-equipped tires. 2,448,414, 

Aug. 31. 
Branscome, Garnett E. : See — 

Llneberry, Boiling B., and Branscome. 
Branson, Charles D., Knoxville, Tenn., assignor to Rob- 
ertshaw-Fulton Controls Company. Temperature regu- 
lator. 2,447,560, Aug. 24. 
Branson Company, assignee : See — 

Powell. Clayborn F. 
Branson, Harry, Hightstown, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Sawtooth wave generator. 2,444,330, June 29. 
Branson, Otis L., Beaumont, Tex., assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Salt deposition. 2,446,456, Aug. 3. 
Branstrator, Clem G., Fort Wayne, Ind. Door for vehicles. 

2,455,293, Nov. 30. 
Brant, John R., assignee : See — 

Reid, Ralph W. and C. L. 
Brant, Walter R., and H. G. Chapman, Jr., Glendale, Calif., 
assignors to Adel Precision Products Corp. Poppet 
valve. 2,437.723, Mar. 16. 
Brantingham. Wilson C, Salem, Ohio. Radius boring tool. 

2,442,720, June 1. 
Brantingson, Sigurd, Maplewood, N. J., assignor of one- 
half to B. Martinuzzi, New York, N. Y. Push button. 
2,444,552, July 6. 
Brantly, John E., Athens, and M. B. Bowers, Dallas, Tex. 
Fluid circulating dental drill and bit. 2,442,033, May 
25. 
Brantly, Newby O., Mount Holly, N. J., assignor to Kite 
Aircraft Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for 
contouring metal. 2,439,234, Apr. 6. 
Brasch, Arno, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Electronized Chemicals Corporation. Steriliz- 
ing and preserving. 2,456,909, Dec. 21. 
Brasch, Arno, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Electronized Chemicals Corporation. Making 
scenting essential oils from plants. 2,457,203, Dec. 28. 
Brasch, Arno, and W. Huber, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor, 
by mesne assignments, to Electronized Chemicals Cor- 
poration. Electron discharge vessel. 2,449,872, Sept. 
21. 
Braselton, Chester H., New York, N. Y. Lipstick. 

2,457,342, Dec. 28. 
Brassel, Jakob : See — 

Straub. Fritz. Brassel, and Pieth. 
Brassert, H. A., & Company, assignee : See — 
Ramseyer, Charles F. 
Ramseyer, Charles F., and Brassert. 
Ramseyer, Charles F., and Cosman. 
Brassert, Herman A. : See — 

Ramseyer, Charles F., and Brassert. 
Bratburd, David H.. Bayside, N. Y. Adjustable hanger 

for frames. 2,450,465, Oct. 5. 
Bratschi. Ernest, assignor to L. B. Fabrication De Serrures 
De Surete S. A., Geneva, Switzerland. Safety lock. 
2,436,628, Feb. 24. 
Brattain, Paul L., Azusa, Calif. Multiple circuit stand 

lamp. 2.449,765, Sept. 21. 
Brattain, Walter H., Halesite, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. Electrical 
translating materials and devices and making them. 
2,438,110. Mar. 23. 
Bratton. Samuel M., assignor to The Pusey & Jones Cor- 
poration. Wilmington, Del. Steam joint supporting 
structure. 2,438,141, Mar. 23. 
Bratton. Samuel M.. assignor to The Pusey & Jones Cor- 
poration. Wilmington, Del. Press arrangement. 
2,448,295, Aug. 31. 
Braucher. Harvey M., Baltimore, Md. Milling machine 

2,454.269, Nov. 23. 
Braucher, Harvey M., Baltimore, Md. Milling tool. 
2,454,764, Nov. 30. 



Beam. 2,446,457, 

Adjustable wheel 

Adhesive-containing 



Braude, Jack J., assignor to Evco, Inc., Los Angeles, Calif 

Toy steering wheel. 2,455,887, Dec. 7. 
Brauer, David G., West Los Angeles, assignor to Boypower 
Incorporated, Los Angeles, Calif. Refrigerating appa- 
ratus assembled and removed from cabinet as a unit 
2,445,470, July 20. 
Braum, Inc., G. A., assignee : See — 

Gayring, Wallace F. 
Braun, Adolph F., Flint, assignor to General Motors Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Dual carburetor fuel system. 
2,434,192, Jan. 6. 
Braun. Albert E. : See — 

Childs, David, Braun, and Hanson. 
Braun, Alfred and F. W., Detroit, Mich. 

Aug. 3. 
Braun, Armond W., Grafton, Iowa. 

structure. 2,454,130, Nov. 16. 
Braun, Frank C, New York, N. Y. 

suction cup. 2.451,194, Oct. 12. 
Braun, Frederick W. : See — 

Braun, Alfred and F. W. 
Braun, G. A., Inc., assignee : See — 

Goodwin, Don O., and Yanchenko. 
Yanchenko, Basil J. 
Braun, Gustav F., Elizabeth, assignor to Thomas A. Edi- 
son, Incorporated, West Orange, N. J. Combination 
microphone and control means for dictating machines. 
2,452,830, Nov. 2. 
Braun, Karl J., Merrick, assignor to Control Instrument 
Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Card cutting machine. 
2,436,192, Feb. 17. 
Braun, Karl J., Merrick, assignor to Control Instrument 
Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Punched card sorting 
machine. 2,454.628, Nov. 23. 
Braun, Philip N., Inc., assignee : See — 
Kosmer, Frank. 
Wells, Myron E. 
Braun, Ralph L. P., Ann Arbor, and S. TJrbant, Lakster, 
Mich. Electrical heater for liquid-cooled engines. 
2,444.627. July 6. 
Braun, Walter, Los Angeles, Calif. Slip lasted shoe with 
tucked in heel cover, and method. 2,440,362, Apr. 27. 
Brauner, Pincus, Haverhill, Mass. Shoe press. 2,444,331, 

June 29. 
Braunschweiger, Paul G., assignor to The Troy Sunshade 
Company, Troy, Ohio. Securing webbing strips to fur- 
niture frames. 2,457,343, Dec. 28. 
Braunsdorff, Reginald K., East Orange, assignor to Tung- 
Sol Lamp Works, Inc., Newark, N. J. Incandescent 
lamp and the like. 2,444,423, July 6. 
Braunsdorff, Reginald K., East Orange, assignor to Tung- 
Sol Lamp Works, Inc., Newark, N. J. Basing electric 
bulb. 2.454.270, Nov. 23. 
Braunsdorff, Reginald K., East Orange, assignor to Tung- 
Sol Lamp Works, Inc., Newark, N. J. Electric head- 
lamp projector and incandescent lamp therefor. 
2,454,765, Nov. 30. 
Brause. Philip R., Casper, Wyo. Refrigerating unit for 

vehicles. 2.455.401, Dec. 7. 
Bray, Frederick H., assignor to Standard Telephones and 
Cables Limited, London, England. Arrangement for 
producing electric impulses. 2,436,787, Mar. 2. 
Bray, Ulric B., Palos Yerdes Estates, and J. K. Russell, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Method of and apparatus for treat- 
ing oil. 2,435.707, Feb. 10. 
Bray, Ulric B., Palos Verdes Estates, and J. K. Russell, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Method of and apparatus for 
filtering oil. 2.435,734, Feb. 10. 
Bray, Ulric B., Pasadena, Calif. Producing polyvalent- 
metal hydrocarbon sulfonate. 2,453,690, Nov. 16. 
Brazier, Leslie G., assignor to British Insulated Callender's 
Cables Limited. London. England. Joint for electric 
cables. 2.442.193, May 25. 
Brazier, Leslie G., and D. T. Hollingsworth, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to British Insulated Callender's Ca- 
bles Limited, London, England. Coupling for cables. 
2,433,980, Jan. 6. 
Bready, William M, assignor to Cleaver-Brooks Company, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Cargo trailer hitch. 2,438,032, Mar. 
16. 
Brearley, Albert, assignee, et al. : See — 

Anderson, Frederick. 
Brearley. Charles S., Jr. : See — 

Grote, Henry W., Swoope, and Brearley. 
Breault. Delphis C, Lowell, Mass. Oil burner. 2,450,418. 

Oct. 5. 
Breault, Delphis C, Lowell, Mass. Apparatus for burning 
liquid fuel in the presence of gas under pressure. 
2,452,543, Nov. 2. 
Brecht, Winston A., Forest Hills, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Flexi- 
ble drive. 2,439,919, Apr. 20. 
Brecht, Winston A.. Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Locomotive 
drive. 2,454,131, Nov. 16. 
Breck Company, The, assignee : See — 

Backstrom, John A. 
Breckenridge. Frank, Mansfield, Ohio, assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Ta. 
Multiple buck laundry press. 2,441,184, May 11. 
Breckenridge. Frank, Mansfield, Ohio, assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Ironer roller extension support. 2,445.418, July 20. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Bredice, Pasquale Michael, assignor of fifty per cent to 
Gordon Lawrence Hubert, Middletown, R. I. Auto- 
matic warmer for musical instruments. 2,439,713, Apr. 
13. 

Bredin, Lewis L., Oxford, Mich. Leg guard. 2,434,064, 
Jan. 6. 

Breece, John T., New Albany, Ind. Making marquetry 
inlay. 2,447,609, Aug. 24. 

Breedlove, Charles B., Detroit, Mich. Threaded fastener 
of the anchor boot type. 2,443,066, June 8. 

Breedlove, Harry B., Baton Rouge, La., assignor of one- 
half to J. H. Weatherford, Memphis, Tenn. Variable- 
speed hydraulic drive. 2,434,546, Jan. 13. 

Breen, Ormiston J. : See — ■ 

Buchanan, Stephen N., and Breen. 

Breese Burners, Inc., assignee : See — 
Breese, James L. 
Huston, Milton D. 

Breese, James L., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Breese Burners, Inc., Santa Fe, N. Mex. Generator 
burner and fuel control therefor. 2,434,346, Jan. 13. 

Breese, James L., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Breese Burners, Inc., Santa Fe, N. Mex. Temperature 
responsive motor control system. 2,434,347, Jan. 13. 

Breese, James L., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Breese Burners, Inc., Santa Fe, N. Mex. Hydroxylating 
pot type hydrocarbon burner. 2,444,494, July 6. 

Breese, James L., assignor, by mesne assignments to 
Breese Burners, Inc., Santa Fe, N. Mex. Multiple 
orchard burner. 2,448,656, Sept. 7. 

Breese, Lemuel R., assignor to The North Electric Manu- 
facturing Company, Gallon, Ohio. Remote-control sys- 
tem, 2,444,243, June 29. 

Breeze Corporations. Inc., assignee : See — 
Bird, Stanley P. 
Strunk, Kenith G., and Lelek. 

Brehm, Joseph R., Auburn, N. Y. Canning foods. 
2,434,388. Jan. 13. 

Breisch, Edgar W., Edgewood, assignor to The Union 
Switch & Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Detachable 
electrical connector. 2,436,914, Mar. 2. 

Breitenstein, Victor W., and R. F. Ingebretsen. Chicago, 
assignors to F. N. Bard, Highland Park, 111. Spark 
timer for hammers. 2,442,284, May 25. 

Breitwieser, Paul, Jackson Heights, N. Y. Sheet paper 
dispenser. 2.434,454. Jan. 13. 

Breivogel, Philip J. : See — 

Sondern, Clarence W., and Breivogel. 

Breman, Frank J. : See — 

Davidson, William W., Trydal, and Breman. 

Bremer, Agatha K., assignee : See — 
Kleinkort, Henry P. 

Bremer, Emil R., Alameda, Calif. Folding vehicle. 
2,433,886, Jan. 6. 

Bremer, Emll R., Alameda, Calif. Lawn washer and 
sprinkler support. 2,455,037, Nov. 30. 

Bremer, Harry E., Milwaukee, Wis. Adjustable lamp. 
2,434,986, Jan. 27. 

Bremner, John G. M. : See — 

Jones, David G., and Bremner. 

Bremner. John G. M., and D. G. Jones, Norton-on-Tees, 
and S. F. Penrce and L. M. Smith, Welwvn Garden City, 
England, assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries 
Limited. Manufacture and production of lacquers and 
plastic masses. 2.443,374, June 15. 

Bremner, John G. M., and F. Starkey, Norton-on-Tees, 
England, assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries Lim- 
ited. Production of 1 :5-pentanediol. 2,440,929, May 4. 

Bremner, John G. M., and D. G. Jones, Norton-on-Tees, 
England, assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries 
Limited. Production of heterocyclic compounds. 
2,450,108, Sept. 28. 

Bremner, John G. M., and D. G. Jones, Norton-on-Tees, 
England, assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries 
Limited. Acrolein and ethylene by pyrolysis of dihydro- 
pyran. 2,451,712, Oct. 19. 

Bremner. John G. M., and D. G. Jones, Norton-on-Tees, 
England, assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries 
Limited. Oxidation of cyclic others. 2,453,890, Nov. 
16. 

Bremner, John G. M., and D. G. Jones, Norton-on-Tees, 
England, assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries 
Limited. Purification of tetrahydrofurfuryl alcohol 
containing furfural and furfuryl alcohol as impurities. 
2,455,159, Nov. 30. 

Bren, Bozeteeh C, West Caldwell, and Jesse O. White, 
Arlington, N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Plastlclzed polyvinyl 
acetal compositions. 2,456,366, Dec. 14. 

Brenkert, Karl, Detroit, Mich. Ventilating system for 
motion-picture machines. 2,434,193, Jan. 6. 

Brennan, Joseph B., assignee : See — 
Moynihan, John J. 

Brennan. Joseph B., Cleveland, Ohio. Hose fitting 

2,437,933, Mar. 16. 
Brennan, Joseph B., Euclid, Ohio, assignor to E. D. Mc- 

Curdy, trustee. Electrolytic devices and making same. 

2,444,914, July 13. 
Brennan, Joseph B., Ruclid, Ohio, assignor to E. D. Mc- 

Curdy, as trustee. Electrode and making same. 

2,446,524, Aug. 10. 



Brennan, Joseph B., Bratenahl, and L. M. Conrad, Cleve- 
land, Ohio, said Conrad assignor to said Brennan. 
Electrostatic condenser plate. 2,448,513, Sept. 7. 

Brennen, Ronald h\, Valley Stream, assignor to General 
Die-Stamping Tool Company, New York, N. Y., a part- 
nership comprised of R. F. Matshak and D. M. Kasson. 
Collet and collet chuck therefor. 2,452,986, Nov. 2. 

Brenner, Harry, Hackensack, N. J., assignor to Streamline 
Plastics Company, New York, N. Y. Condiment holder. 
2,446,407, Aug. 3. 

Brenner, Rebecca, Brooklyn, N. Y. Head and clothing 
protector. 2,447,561, Aug. 24. 

Brenninger, Alfred W., Philadelphia, Pa. Safety razor 
and safety razor blade clamp. 2,447,310, Aug. 17. 

Brent, George IS 1 ., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Brent In- 
dustries, Inc. Ladder tape. 2,457,442, Dec. 28. 

Brent Industries, Inc., assignee : See — 
Brent, George F. 

Brereton, Gilbert, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, assignor to 
Eimar Corporation, New York, N. Y. Ramie harvesting 
and decorticating machine. 2,443,296, June 15. 

Bresee, Paul K., Champaign, 111. Combined container 
and mixer for concrete, mortar, or other building ma- 
terial. 2,441.392, May 11. 

Breslav, Jack, New Haven, Conn. Grapple. 2,445,019, 
July 13. 

Breslee Mfg. Company, assignee : See — 
Gardner, Arthur A., and MacCormack. 
Mann, Alex, and Bass. 

Breslow, Ben B. : See — 

Leo, Herbert S., and Breslow. 

Bressler, Louis R., Southampton, Mass. Flexible bristle 
head toothbrush. 2,438,268, Mar. 23. 

Bressler, Louis R., Southampton, Mass. Toothbrush. 
2,443.297, June 15. 

Breth, Ferdinand W., and A. Kinsel, Petrolia, Pa., assignors 
to L. Sonneborn Sons, Inc., New York, N. Y. Removal 
of fine dust from bauxite. 2,434,389, Jan. 13. 

Breth, Ferdinand W., and A. Kinsel, Petrolia, Pa., as- 
signors to L. Sonneborn Sons, Inc. Liquid phase re- 
fining of petroleum hydrocarbon products. 2,449,051, 
Sept. 14. 

Breth, Walter J., assignor to The General Tire & Rubber 
Company. Akron, Ohio. Apparatus for building tires. 
2,455,038, Nov. 30. 

Bretos y Claveria, Manuel, Mexico City, Mexico. Safe 
and vault locking and unlocking mechanism. 2,445,511. 
July 20. 

Brett, George N., and E. A. Smith, Gravesend, assignors 
to W. T. Hanley's Telegraph Wflrks Company Limited, 
London, England. Valve suitable for use with cathode- 
ray tubes and for other purposes. 2,449,838, Sept. 

Brettingham-Moore, Edward A. : See — 

Abercrombie, David J., Brettingham-Moore, and 
Muscio. 

Breuer Electric Mfg. Company, assignee : See — 
Lanter. Clarence W. 

Brewer, Aubrey K., Richland Center, Wis., and S. L. 
Madorsky, Chicago, 111., assignors, by mesne assign- 
ments, to the United States of America as represented 
by the United States Atomic Energy Commission. 
Molecular distillation process and apparatus for the 
separation of isotopes, etc. 2,446,997, Aug. 17. 

Rrewer, Noble E., Abilene, Kans. Condenser microphone. 
2,445,821, July 27. 

Brewer, Oscar Z., Spokane, Wash., assignor of one-half 
to H. H. McNeill Lumber Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Carboy package. 2,456,107, Dec. 14. 

Brewer, Philip D., Long Beach, assignor to Union Oil 
Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Hydrocar- 
bon peroxides. 2,447,794, Aug. 24. 

Brewer-Titchener Corporation, assignee : See — 
Card, Charles S. 

Breyfogel, Albert W. : See — 

Wilder, Harold F., and Breyfogel. 

Brian, Joseph M., Westmount, Quebec, Canada, assignor, 
by mesne assignments, to Radio Corporation of America, 
New York, N. Y. Radio remote-control system. 2,451.150 
Oct. 12. 

Brian, Joseph M., Westmount, Quebec, Canada, assignor 
to Radio Corporation of America. Capacity brush holder. 
2,457,525, Dec. 28. 

Brian, William S., Owensboro, Ky., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to General Electric Company. Stacked 
electrode assembly for electron discharge devices. 
2,441,792, May 18. 

Brice, Walter J., White Plains, N. Y. Plastic ornamental 
article. 2,451,913, Oct. 19. 

Brice, William L., Oak Ridge, Tenn., assignor to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Stabilization of 
photographic emulsions. 2,448,857, Sept. 7. 

Brick, Perry A., assignor to The Perfection Steel Body 
Company, Galion, Ohio. Body tipping apparatus for 
motor vehicles. 2,452,516, Oct. 26. 

Bricker, Gary R., IT. s. Army, Omaha, Nebr. Animal trap. 
2,446,168, Aug. 3. 

Brlckman, A. W.. trustees, et al. : See — 
Krayblll. Henry R., and Beadle. 

Brickman, Alan E., New Haven, Conn., assignor to The 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. 
Making torpedo nets. 2,447,154, Aug. 17. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



Brickman, Alan E., Worcester, Mass., assignor to The 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. 
Method and apparatus for swaging and bending. 
2.447,155, Aug. 17. 
Bricout, Pierre, Senlis (Oise), France; vested in the At- 
torney General of the United States. Method and ap- 
paratus for curve distortion of alternating currents. 
2,436,788, Mar. 2. 
Bridegroom, Paul L., Leiters Ford, Ind. Nailing device. 

2,436,161, Feb. 17. 
Bridge, Arthur S. : See — 

Grace, Barnett, Ellison, Leman, Leng, and Bridge. 
Bridge, Edward W., Philadelphia, Pa. Slicing, cutting, 

and core-removing machine. 2,437,637, Mar. 9. 
Bridge, Edward W., Philadelphia, Pa. Slicing, cutting, 

and core-removing machine. 2,449,737, Sept. 21. 
Bridgeport Brass Company, assignee : See — 

Broecker, Lewis C. 
Bridgeport Casket Hardware Company, assignee : See — 

Pastor, John, and Standish. 
Bridgeport Fabrics, Inc., assignee : See — 

Spraragen, Louis. 
Bridges, John H., Paterson, N. J., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to National Inventions Corporation. Lumi- 
nescent tube system and apparatus. 2,436,951, Mar. 1. 
Bridwell, Chalon E., Detroit, Mich. Valve cage. 

2,449,106, Sept. 14. 
Briechle, Joseph, Floral Park, N. Y. Timing and posi- 
tioning mechanism for dial feeding machines. 2,445,822, 
July 27. 
Briggs, Allan L., assignor to Jamestown Metal Equipment 
Company. Inc., Jamestown, N. Y. Portable ironing de- 
vice. 2,434,483. Jan. 13. 
Briggs, Carl R., Mantua, assignor of one-half to J. Cun- 
ningham, Akron, Ohio. Boiler construction. 2,437,347, 
Mar. 9. 
Briggs, Charles D., assignor to O. S. Walker Co.. Inc., 
Worcester, Mass. Magnetic chuck. 2.435,735. Feb. 10. 
Briggs, Earl, and H. C. Redding, New York, N. Y. Wing 
folding arrangement for submersible aircraft. 
2,444.332, June 29. 
Briggs Filtration Company, The, assignee : See — 
Bauer, Walter C. 
Besore, Jay M. 

Briggs, Southwick W., and Porter. 
Porter, Roscoe C. 
Tuerck, Karl H. W., and Brittain. 
Briggs, Howard B., Chatham, J. B. Johnson, Maplewood, 
and W. P. Mason, West Orange, N. J., assignors to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Ultrasonic comprcssional wave transmission. 2,436,377, 
Feb. 24. 
Briggs Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 
Allen, Harold E. 
Ball, Albert P. 
Courtemanche, Edward O. 
Guest, James F. 
Laing, Howard M. 
Lyijynen, Fred. 
Pattison, Herbert J. 
Platz, Henry T. 
Prance, Alvin W. 
Shailot, Douglas. 
Briggs, Richard S., North Beverly, assignor to Sylvania 
Electric Products Inc., Salem, Mass. Ultra high fre- 
quency tube. 2,455,218, Nov. 30. 
Briggs, Southwick W., Washington, D. C. Filter. 

2,454,033. Nov. 16. 
Briggs, Southwick W., Washington, D. C, and R. C. Por- 
ter, Arlington, Va., assignors to The Briggs Filtration 
Company, Bethesda, Md. Internal-combustion engine. 
2.444,628. July 6. 
Briggs & Stratton Corporation, assignee : See — 
Jacobi, Edward N. 
Stuckert, Felix J. 
Briggs, Walter H., assignor to Burman & Sons Limited, 
Birmingham, England. Vehicle steering mechanism. 
2,448,701, Sept. 7. 
Bright, Elvin M., Milwaukee, Wis., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to F. A. Krause. West McHenry, 111. 
Asphaltic molding material. 2.446,903, Aug. 10. 
Briehr, Elvin M.. assignor to Bright Laboratories, Inc., 
Whitefish Bay, Wis. Applying bottle caps. 2,451,273, 
Oct. 12. 
Bright Laboratories. Inc., assignee : See — 

Brieht, Elvin M. 
Bright, Thomas J. R., Allesley, near Coventry, England. 

Actuating mechanism. 2,435,339, Feb. 3. 
Brill, Edward F. : See — 

Cobb, Carroll F., Brill, and Guenther. 
Brillhart, Samuel E., Lutherville, Md., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Ap- 
paratus for testing cables. 2,435,266, Feb. 3. 
Brillhart, Samuel E., Lutherville, and L. V. Mosher, Balti- 
more, Md., assignors to Western Electric Company, In- 
corporated, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for molding 
articles. 2.441,988, May 25. 
Brillouin, Leon N., Providence, R. I., assignor to Federal 
Telephone and Radio Corporation, Newark, N. J. Broad 
band antenna. 2,454.766, Nov. 30. 
Brimhall, Kirk L.. San Gabriel, Calif., assignor to L. O. 
Bird. Hauling scraper. 2,445,260, July 13. 



Brinda, Steven S., Minneapolis, Minn. Door stop. 

2.449.686, Sept. 21. 

Brinda, Steven S., Minneapolis, Minn. Door stop. 

2.449.687, Sept. 21. 
Brinen, Howard F. : See — 

Skelly, Lawrence E., and Brinen. 
Brink, David L. : See — 

Salvesen, JOrgen R., Brink, Diddams, and Owzarski. 
Brink, John G., Evanston, 111., assignor to Rand, McNally & 

Company. Closure. 2,437,934, Mar. 16. 
Brinker, Howard C. : See — 

Carlton, Richard P., and Brinker. 
Brinkert, Edward J., Hartley, Iowa. Lifting device. 

2.454,548, Nov. 23. 
Brinkoeter, Clinton C, assignor to Ed Friedrich, Inc., 
San Antonio, Tex. Dehydrator for refrigerating sys- 
tems. 2,449,688, Sept. 21. 
Brinkoeter, Clinton C, assignor to Ed Friedrich, Inc., 
San Antonio, Tex. Walk-in refrigerator cooled by a 
forced air circuit. 2,450,109, Sept. 28. 
Brinson, Gaylord A., Mooreland, Ind. Round window 

with revolving sash. 2,448,764, Sept. 7. 
Brinson, R. L., Company, assignee : See — 

Fulton, Joel B. 
Brinster, John F. : See — 

Nichols, Myron H., and Brinster. 
Briscoe, James W., Los Angeles, Calif. Block molding 

machine. 2,455,553, Dec. 7. 
Briscoe, Thomas. Coupeville, Wash. Game board. 

2,442,194, May 25. 
Briskie, Jerry : See — ■ 

Greger, Herbert H., and Remler. 
Briskin, Jack : See — 

Briskin, Theodore S. and J., and Golick. 
Briskin, Jack, and J. Golick, assignors to Revere Camera 
Company. Chicago, 111. View tinder. 2,446.738, Aug. 10. 
Briskin, Theodore S., assignor to Excel Auto Radiator Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Blower. 2,440,363, Apr. 27. 
Briskin, Theodore S. and J., and J. Golick, assignors to 
Revere Camera Company, Chicago, 111. Electric control 
device. 2,437,591, Mar. 9. 
Brister, Paul M, Madison, assignor to The Babcock & 
Wilcox Company, Rockleigh, N. J. Fluid separator. 
2,434,637, Jan. 20. 
Bristol Aeroplane Company Limited, The, assignee : See — 
Berry, Philip E. 
Betterridge. Walter and Gadd. 
D'Assis-Fonseca, Evelyn Cecil Muschamp. 
Wotton, John. 
Bristol Company, assignee : See — 
Blakeslee, Clinton A. 
Hicks, James R. 
Pattee, John R. 
Van Vessem, George E. 
Vigmostad, Trygve, and Juul. 
Bristol Company, The, assignee : See — 
Abbott, Winfield F. 
Beecher, John W. 
Bussey, William H. 
Chase, Alvin. 
Cowherd, Robert D. 
Ertzman, William F. 
Jacobson, Abraham W., and Whitney. 
Mabey. Charles A. 
Thynell, Gistave M. 
Bristol, John E. : See — 

Hansley, Virgil L., and Bristol. 
Bristol Steel & Iron Works, Inc., assignee : See — 

Ferguson, Robert O. 
Bristow, John W., Birmingham, assignor of one-half to 
A. B. Cole, Jr., Beckenham, England. Lid opener for 
containers. 2,436,193, Feb. 17. 
Bristow, Paul W., assignor to Scott & Williams, Incorpo- 
rated, Laconia, N. H. Pattern mechanism for knitting 
machines. 2.436.468, Feb. 24. 
Britain, Cecil E. : See — 

Love, Homer, Britain, Langton, and R. E. and C. E. 
Van Gundy. 
British Cotton Industry Research Association, The, as- 
signee : See — 

Foster, George A. R., and Gregory. 
British Insulated Callender's Cables Limited, assignee : 
See — 

Brazier, Leslie G. 

Brazier, Leslie G., and Hollingsworth. 
Carsten, Hans R. F., and Thorpe. 
Hollingsworth, Douglas T. 
British Oxygen Company Limited, assignee : See — 

Godfrey, Robert C. 
British Plaster Board Limited, The, assignee : See — 
Ball, Albert P. 
Haddon, Cuthbert L. 
British Ropes Limited, assignee : See — 

Hitchen, Herbert. 
British Textile Manufacturing Company Limited, as- 
signee : See — 

Alexander, Cecil D., and Gibson. 
British Thermostat Company Limited, The, assignee : 
See — 

Sherlock, John E. 

Brittain, Eric H. : See — 

Nass, Lawrence. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Brittain, Frank W. : See — 

Denhard, Harry W., Brittain, and Serpas. 

Brittain, Louis B., Los Angeles, Calif. Radio control 
system. 2,447,156, Aug. 17. 

Britten, Edwin F., Jr., Short Hills, assignor to Monroe 
Calculating Machine Company, Orange, N. J. Compass 
follower. 2.455,219, Nov. 30. 

Brittle, David F., Weaverville, N. C. Balsa punch. 
2,449,839, Sept. 21. 

Britton, Charles A., assignor of one-third to T. Britton, 
and one-third to W. C. Cram, Jr., Atlanta, Ga. Bag 
rack. 2,441,750, May 18. 

Britton, Edgar C, assignor to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pany, Midland, Mich. Liquid organic fumigant contain- 
ing polystyrene. 2,441,553, May 18. 

Britton, Edgar C, and J. E. Livak, assignors to The Dow 
Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Purification of 
tryptophane. 2,435,125, Jan. 27. 

Britton, Edgar C, Midland, Mich., and J. E. Livak, 
Clemson, S. C, assignors to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pany, Midland, Mich. Making 3,6-bis-(beta-hydroxy- 
ethyl)-2,5-diketopiperazine. 2,436,739, Feb. 24. 

Britton, Edgar C, and A. R. Sexton, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Stabilization 
of alkylene glycols. 2,441,793, May 18. 

Britton, Edgar C, and A. R. Sexton, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Stabilizing 
glycols. 2,441.794, May 18. 

Britton, Edgar C, and A. R. Sexton, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Stabilization 
of glycols. 2,441,795, May 18. 

Britton, Edgar C., and A. J. Dietzler, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Process and 
catalyst for the dehydrogenation of olefines. 2,442,319, 
May 25. 

Britton, Edgar C, and A. J. Dietzler, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Dehydrogena- 
tion of monoolefins to diolefins catalyzed by calcium 
nickel phosphate-chromium oxide composite. 2,442,320, 
May 25. 

Britton, Edgar C, Midland, Mich., and J. N. Hansen, 
Albert Lea, Minn., assignors to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pany, Midland, Mich. Sulfonium salts. 2,442,339, 
June 1. 

Britton, Edgar C, and A. J. Dietzler, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Calcium- 
nickel phosphate catalyst and preparation thereof. 
2,456,367, Dec. 14. 

Britton, Edgar C, and A. J. Dietzler, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Calcium 
nickel phosphate-chromium oxide catalyst. 2,456,368, 
Dec. 14. 

Britton, Karl B., Cleveland, Ohio. Gear shifting mecha- 
nism. 2,447.730, Aug. 24. 

Britton, Philip S. : See- 
Wilson, Oran C, and Britton. 

Britton, Taylor, assignee, et al. : See — 
Britton, Charles A. 

Brno Arms Factory National Corporation, assignee: 
See — 

Koucky, Josef and F. 

Broadbent, John H., Willistown Township, Chester County, 
assignor to The Union Switch and Signal Company, 
Swissvale, Pa. Traffic protection apparatus. 2,454,249, 
Nov. 16. 

Broadway, Leonard F., Ickenham, assignor to Electric & 
Musical Industries Limited, Hayes, England. Flat 
beam cathode-ray tube and circuit. 2,439.504, Apr. 13. 

Brock, Arnold E., Burlingame, assignor to Pacific Electric 
Manufacturing Corporation, San Francisco. Calif. 
Fluid blast arc extinguishing circuit breaker. 2,452,221, 
Oct. 26. 

Brock. Harold L. : See — 

Plnardi, Charles P., and Brock. 
Roeder. Dale, and Brock. 

Brock. John B.. assignee : See — 
Holt. Marcus L. 

Brock. Joseph L., Arcadia, Calif. Dolly wheel plate. 
2.450.539. Oct. 5. 

Brock, William H. J., Leamington Spa, England. Pipe 
coupling. 2.456,045. Dec. 14. 

Brocklpy, Jacob, near Newport News, Va. Adjustable T- 
square head. 2,435.529, Feb. 3. 

Brockman, Ooorge New York, N. Y. Sun suit tvpe of 
apnarol. 2. 449.873. Sept. 21. 

Brockman, Morton S., Cleveland, Ohio. Lamp shade. 
2.487.292, Mar. 9. 

Brockwav. Wilhelm W., Los Angeles, Calif. Wall radio. 
2.457.029. Dec. 21. 

Brode, Charles, Scranton, Pa. Trousers. 2,440,573, Apr 
27. 

Brode, Robert B., Berkeley, Calif., assignor to the United 
States of America as represented bv the Secretary of the 
Navy. Unshorting switch. 2.438,383. Mar. 23. 

Broderlck, Ernest N., Detroit, Mich. Sanitary receptacle 
and supporter. 2.439,083. Apr. 13. 

Broderlck, Frederick C, Glencoe, 111. Hot-water heating 
system. 2.455.039, Nov. 30. 

Broderlck, Frederick C, Glencoe, 111. Heating system. 
2,455,040. Nov. 30. 

Brodhefm. Hforris, Philadelphia, Pa. Portable refrigera- 
tor. 2,454,303, Nov. 23. 

Brodie, James H., New Orleans, La. Landing and launch- 
ing apparatus for aircraft. 2,435,197, Feb. 8. 



Brodie, Sidney S., New York, N. Y. Indexing device. 

2.452.544, Nov. 2. 

Brody, Arthur, Newark, N. J. Protective cover for book 
jackets. 2,445,871, July 27. 

Brody, Samuel C, assignee : See — 
Whitmore, Henry G. 

Brody, Samuel C, Newton, Mass. Blast torch. 2.455,220, 
Nov. 30. 

Brody, Samuel C, Newton, Mass. Blast torch. 2,455,221, 
Nov. 30. 

Brody, Samuel C, Newton, Mass. Blast torch. 2,455,222, 
Nov. 30. 

Brody, Samuel C, Newton, Mass. Blast torch perforated 
combustion burner. 2,455,223, Nov. 30. 

Broecker, Lewis C, Nichols, assignor to Bridgeport Brass 
Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Pneumatic torque ma- 
•chine. 2,438,692, Mar. 30. 

Broeg, Charles B., and R. T. Balch, Houma, La., assignors 
to United States of America as represented by the 
Secretary of Agriculture. Making refined sugarcane 
wax. 2,449,107, Sept. 14. 

Broeren, Frank L., Neenah, and N. J. Slye and A. S. 
Krueger, Green Bay, assignors to Marathon Corpora- 
tion, Rothschild, Wis. Cabinet for dispensing sheet ma- 
terial. 2.434,194, Jan. 6. 

Broers, Henry J., Powell, Wyo. Attachment for well 
drilling derricks. 2,439,714, Apr. 13. 

Broga, Wilson C, Westfield, Mass. Ammunition chest. 

2.452.545, Nov. 2. 

Brogan, Thomas C, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa. Embalming. 
2,456,108, Dec. 14. 

Brogden, Ernest M. and R. R., Savannah, Ga., assignors 
to President and Director of the Manhattan Company 
(sometimes known as Bank of the Manhattan Company) , 
trustee, New York, N. Y. Bottle carrier and package. 
2,441,134, May 11. 

Brogden, Ronald R. : See — 

Brogden, Ernest M. and R. R. 

Broggi, Josef, assignor to Aktiengesellschaft Brown, 
Boveri & Cie, Baden, Switzerland. Gas turbine plant. 
2,441,751, May 18. 

Broido, Daniel, Cockfosters. near Barnet, England. Cal- 
culating machine. 2.452.987, Nov. 2. 

Broido, Jacques J., Joinville-le-Pont, and J. Weissbrodt, 
Paris, France. Shutter control device for moving pic- 
ture apparatus. 2,445,288, July 13. 

Broil. Harry R.. assignor to Fuld Bros., Inc., Baltimore, 
Md. Self-indicating quaternary ammonium bacterio- 
cidal composition. 2,449,274. Sept. 14. 

Brolnska. Amel B., Detroit, Mich. Fluid pressure turbine. 
2,454,428, Nov. 23. 

Bromberg, Beniamin, Berkeley, Calif. Placer mining. 
2.444.629. July 6. 

Bromley, Mellor and Company Limited, assignee : See — 
Monk, Samuel A. , 

Bromley, William H., Jr., Agawam, assignor to Shawinigan 
Resins Corporation, Springfield, Mass. Preparing aque- 
ous dispersions of polyvinyl butyral. 2.455.402. Dec. 7. 

Bronander. Wilhelm B.. Montclair, N. J. Cooling fin struc- 
ture for internal-combustion engines. 2.453.567, Nov. 9. 

Bronaugh, Lewis J.. Portland. Oreg., and T. I. Potter. New 
York, assignors to Refrigeration Patents Corporation, 
Buffalo. N. Y. Refrigerator. Re. 23.058, Doc. 14. 

Brondos. Andrew. Jr. : See — 

Rubin. Andrew and C„ and Brondos. 

Brondyke. Willis F.. Moreantown, and J. A. Monier, Jr., 
Charleston. W. Va.. assignors to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington. Del. Conversion of 
methanol to formaldehyde. 2.436.287. Feb. 3 7. 

Brooker, Leslie G. S.. assignor to Eastman Kodak Com- 
pany, Rochester. N. Y. Preparing N-arylthiazolinium 
quaternary salts. 2,441.558, May 18. 

Brooker, Leslie G. S., assignor to Eastman Kodak Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Polymethine dves. 2,454,629, 
Nov. 23. 

Brooker. Leslie G. S., and G. H. Keyes, assignors to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester. N. Y. Carbocyanine 
dyes containing a mesocycloalkyl group. 2,441,529, 
May 11. 

Brooker, Leslie G. S., and O. H. Keyes, assignors to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Merocarbo- 
cyanine dyes containing a cycloalkyl group on the di- 
methine chain. 2.441.530, May 11. 

Brooks Bank Note Company, assignee : See — 
Lambert, Russell A. 

Brooks, Buford M.. and L. Mlrshak, Dover, N. J. Con- 
veyor belt. 2,443,947, June 22. 

Brooks. Elinor. Califon. N. J. Securing identification tags 
to seals. 2,452,098, Oct. 26. 

Brooks. Eugene H.. Dallas, Tex., assignor to Continental 
Clin Company. Cotton cleaning apnaratus. Re. 23,044, 
Oct. 19. 

Brooks. Eugene H.. Dallas, Tex., assignor to Continental 
Gin Company. Cotton cleaning apparatus. 2,440,139, 
Apr. 20. 

Brooks, Harry G., Bvhalia, Miss. Mounting for rear- 
vision mirrors. 2,457.639, Dec. 28. 

Brooks, John W., Wenonah, and J. B. Kirkpatrick, Wood- 
bury, N. J., assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, 
Incorporated. Purifying a hydroeaibon material con- 
taining organic halogen compounds as impurities. 
2,435,621, Feb. 10. 



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Brooks, Lewis C, Madison, assignor of one-third to I. M. 
Jones, Mequon, Wis. Hermetically sealed container and 
method of making the same. 2,434,756, Jan. 20. 

Brooks, Lewis C, Milwaukee, assignor of one-third to 
I. M. Jones, River Hills, Wis. Consumer type container. 
2,450,110, Sept. 28. 

Brooks, Michael K., Portland, Oreg. Safety light. 
2,440,842, May 4. 

Brooks, Phillips, Brooklyn, N. Y. Dental root prepara- 
tion instrument. 2,453,696, Nov. 16. 

Brooks, Richard E. : See — 

Gresham, William F., and Brooks. 
Gresham, William F., Brooks, and Bruner. 

Brooks, Richard E., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Alkoxy-substituted esters. 
2,436,286, Feb. 17. 

Brooks, Richard E., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Preparation of ether 
esters. 2,449,447, Sept. 14. 

Brooks, Richard E., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Synthesis of esters. 
2,457,204, Dec. 28. 

Brooks, Thomas E., assignor to Lisle Corporation, Clarinda, 
Iowa. Filter magnet structure. 2,436,740. Feb. 24. 

Brooks, Tony P., and B. K. Wyatt, Little Rock, Ark., 
assignors to Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company, Alle- 
gheny County, Pa. Mirror hanger. 2,448,077, Aug. 31. 

Brophy, Gerald R., Westfield, and A. J. Miller, Elizabeth, 
N. J., assignors to The International Nickel Company, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Steels and structural embodi- 
ments thereof for use at low temperatures. 2,451,469, 
Oct. 19. 

Brosamer, Robert J. : See — 

Gibbs, Frank C, Jr., Baird, and Brosamer. 

Brose, Horace B. and L. D., Chicago, 111. Bib. 2,446,689, 
Aug. 10. 

Brose, Lazetta D. : See — 

Brose, Horace B. and X. D. 

Brosemer, Robert L., Sacramento, Calif. Oven feeding 
machine. 2,450,111, Sept. 28. 

Brosius, John, Jr., Seattle, Wash. Stroboscopic projector 
of the continuously moving film type. 2,456,487, Dec. 
14. 

Brossia, Merlin H., Whlttier, Calif. Hutch for small live- 
stock. 2,436,095, Feb. 17. 

Brothers, Alvin O., Evansville, Ind., assignor to Servel, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Heat transfer device with capil- 
lary condensate drain. 2,433,825, Jan. 6. 

Brothers, Frederick C, Los Angeles, Calif. Combined 
handle means and file guide for saw files. 2,448,702, 
Sept. 7. 

Broudy, Albert M., Pittsburgh, assignor of one-half to 
J. R. Snyder, Wilkinsburg, Pa. Toilet stool. 2,438,384, 
Mar. 23. 

Broughton, Douglas J., assignor to Buxton, Incorporated, 
Springfield, Mass. Flexible pocket receptacle. 2,439,715, 
Apr. 13. 

Broughton, Douglas J., assignor to Buxton, Incorporated, 
Springfield, Mass. Flexible pocket receptacle. 
2,453,780, Nov. 16. 

Broughton, Harold E., assignor to Chemical Construction 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Waste iron sulfate solu- 
tion recovery. 2,452,517, Oct. 26. 

Broughton, Napoleon L., Charleston, S. C. Tobacco curing 
stick. 2,434,309, Jan. 13. 

Brouillard, Robert E. : See — 
Lacey, Harold T. 
Lacey, Harold T., and Brouillard. 
Scale ra. Mario, and Brouillard. 

Brouse, William H. D., assignor to Teleflex Limited. 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Equalizer for cable operated 
controls. 2,445,997, July 27. 

Brouwer, Benjamin W., Auburn, and V. F. Sepavich, 
assignors to Crompton & Knowles Loom Works, Worces- 
ter, Mass. Picking cam and mounting therefor. 
2,447,795, Aug. 24. 

Brower, Watson C, assignee : See — 
Brower, William H. 

Brower, William H., assignor of one-half to W. C. Brower, 
Clark, S. Dak. Air cushion pad for gun stocks. 
2,438,142, Mar. 23. 

Brown, Alexander M., Ocean Grove, N. J., assignor of 
forty per cent to M. D. Pickens, New York, N. Y. Slide 
fastener. 2,452,899, Nov. 2. 

Brown, Alexander P., Beechhurst, Long Island, N. Y. 
Piano action. 2,445.512, July 20. 

Brown, Andrew, and T. A. Marshall, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Standard Telephones and Cables 
Limited, London, England. Electric signaling system. 
2,457,121, Dec. 28. 

Brown, Andrew C. : See — 

Hallett, Ernest G., and Brown. 

Brown, Anthony G., Lakewood, assignor by mesne assign- 
ments, to Jack & Heintz Precision Industries, Inc., 
Cleveland, Ohio. Electrical coil tester. 2,450,577, 
Oct. 5. 

Brown, Arthur T., Tucson, Ariz. Lightweight building 

construction. 2,440,843, May 4. 
Brown, Barremore B. : See — 

Donal, John S., Jr., Brown, and Cuccia. 
Brown & Bigelow, assignee : See — 
Giuber, Francis E. 



Brown, Carl A., Aberdeen, Md. Steel tape holder. 
2,453,115, Nov. 9. 

Brown, Carl A., Chardon, and F. B. Van Sickle, deceased, 
by D. M. Van Sickle, administratrix, Cleveland Heights, 
Ohio, assignors to General Electric Company. Article 
traying machine. 2,439,883, Apr. 20. 

Brown, Cecil L., Chattanooga, Tenn. Ladder bracket. 
2,448,350, Aug. 31. 

Brown, Channing M., El Paso, Tex. Fishing line swivel. 
2,448,954, Sept 7. 

Brown, Charles F., Bethany, W. Va., assignor to United 
States Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Preparation 
of aqueous dispersions of synthetic rubbers. 2,450,578, 
Oct. 5. 

Brown, Charles F., Bethany, W. Va., assignor to United 
States Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Preparation 
of aqueous dispersions of synthetic rubbers. 2,450,579, 
Oct. 5. 

Brown, Chester W., Milwaukee, assignor to Line Material 
Company, South Milwaukee, Wis. Switch construction. 
2,447,112, Aug. 17. 

Brown, Clarence J. and F. S., assignors of ten per cent to 
A. R. Kurtz, Hamilton, Mont., and forty per cent to 
M. Dohn, Bismarck, N. Dak. Cleanout apparatus for 
drill steel. 2,445,659, July 20. 

Brown, Clyde A., assignor to The Dole Valve Company, 
Chicago, 111. Mixer valve and control. 2,448,170, 
Aug. 31. 

Brown, Clyde A., assignor to Dole Valve Company, 
Chicago, 111. Means for producing uniform fluid mix- 
tures. 2,449,766, Sept. 21. 

Brown, Curtis, Martinton, and W. F. Parke, Chicago, 111. 
Electric hammer. 2,448,210, Aug. 31. 

Brown, Daniel, Burlington, N. J. Fire hose nozzle. 
2,457,526, Dec. 28. 

Brown, David C, and W. M. Paige, Detroit, Mich. Appa- 
ratus for processing photographic articles. 2,447,684, 
Aug. 24. 

Brown, Davis, Los Angeles, and J. D. Rossier, Compton, 
Calif. ; said Rossier assignor to said Brown. Sewer pipe 
off-bearing and finishing machine. 2,451,713, Oct. 19. 

Brown, Doris M., assignee : See — 
McClintock, Lewis C. 

Brown, Doyes N., Vallejo, Calif. Attachment for mortise 
machines. 2,439,558, Apr. 13. 

Brown, Edmund K., assignor to The Torrington Company, 
Torrington, Conn. Double row antifriction bearing. 
2,440,435, Apr. 27. 

Brown, Felix E., Bethlehem, Pa. Battery holding device. 
2,451,532, Oct. 19. 

Brown Fintube Company, assignee : See — 
Brown, John W., Jr. 

Brown, Floyd S. : See — 

Brown, Clarence J. and F. S. 

Brown, Fordyce M. : See — 

Tuttle, Clifton, Kunz, and Brown. 

Brown, Fordyce M., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Flatness testing apparatus. 2,446,628, 
Aug. 10. 

Brown, Frank E., Burbank, assignor to F. M. Turnbull, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Cord support. 2,438,143, Mar. 23. 

Brown, Franklin M., assignor of one-half to Glenn Moore, 
Portland, Oreg. Hand and power operated steering gear. 
2,433,826, Jan. 6. 

Brown, George, Cheltenham, Pa. Cord holder. 2,443,223, 
June 15. 

Brown, George H., Danbury, Conn. Crankcase compression 
supercharger for engines. 2,434,348, Jan. 13. 

Brown, George H., Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio- 
Corporation of America. Reactance compensation sys- 
tem. 2,439,235, Apr. 6. 

Brown, George H., Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio* 
Corporation of America. Antenna system. 2,441,615, 
May 18. 

Brown, George H., Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Method of and apparatus for 
subjecting materials to a radio-frequency field. 
2,442,114, May 25. 

Brown, George H., Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Radio-frequency network. 
2,454,907, Nov. 30. 

Brown, George H., Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Antenna. 2,455,403, Dec. 7. 

Brown, George H., Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Antenna. 2,455,888, Dec. 7. 

Brown, George H., and W. C. Morrison, Princeton, N. J., 
assignors to Radio Corporation of America. Root mean 
square voltage measuring circuit. 2,440,004, Apr. 20. 

Brown, George W., Ames, Iowa, assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Automatic solution of linear 
simultaneous equations. 2,455,974, Dec. 14. 

Brown, George W., Cranbury, and E. A. Goldberg, Prince- 
ton, N. J., assignors to Radio Corporation of America. 
Electronic equation solver. 2,454,549, Nov. 23. 

Brown, Harman R., assignee, et al. : See — 
Parkhill, Frederic W. 

Brown, Harold, Denver, Colo. Sharpening device. 
2,434,141, Jan. 6. 

Brown, Harold A., State College, Mex., and Harry Gollob, 
El Paso, Tex. Electrically indicating liquid filled ma- 
nometer. 2,439,770, Apr. 13. 

Brown, Harold J., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to Elec- 
tronic Laboratories Incorporated. Vibrating inter- 
rupter system. 2,443,675, June 22. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Brown, Harold J., assignor to P. R. Mallory & Co., Inc., 

Indianapolis, Ind. Vibrator. 2,447,230, Aug. 17. 
Brown, Harold J., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to Elec- 
tronic Laboratories Incorporated. Vibrator regulating 
system. 2,456,910. Dec. 21. 
Brown, Harry M., Indianapolis, and M. Barron, Anderson ; 
I. Brown, administratrix of said H. M. Brown, deceased, 
assignor to I. P. Brown, Indianapolis, Ind. Surgical in- 
strument for skin grafting. 2,457,772, Dec. 28. 
Brown, Harry W., assignor to The National Acme Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Cam grinding machine. 2,452,989, 
Nov. 2. 
Brown, Harry W., and L. Stanzel, Kansas City, Mo. Pastry 

lifter and container. 2,446,629, Aug. 10. 
Brown, Henry, assignor to The Udylite Corporation, De- 
troit, Mich. Electrodeposition of copper. 2,455,554, 
Dec. 7. 
Brown, Henry, assignor to The Udylite Corporation, De- 
troit, Mich. Electrodeposition of nickel from an acid 
bath. 2,455,555, Dec. 7. 
Brown, Henry C, Jr. : See — 

Jennings, Arthur L., and Brown. 
Brown, Henry L., Seattle, Wash. Apron. 2,449,448, 

Sept. 14. 
Brown, Henry T., Dallas, Tex., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Manufacture of bead-form catalyst. 
2,453,084, Nov. 2. 
Brown, Henry T., Whiting, Ind., and R. V. Shankland, as- 
signors to Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 111. 
Preparation of spheroidal catalysts. 2,450,394, Sept. 
28. 
Brown, Herbert A. : See — 

Jackson, Alphonsus L., and Brown. 
Brown Instrument Company, The, assignee : See — 
Allwein, Aloysius F. 
Belcher. Wallace E., Jr. 
Booth, John Q. 
Burdick, Edwin C. 
Cherry, Lloyd B. 
Clarke, Herbert A. 
Ertzman, William F. 
Harrison, Thomas R. 
Harrison, Thomas R., and Cherry. 
Jones, Harry S. 
Jordan, Arthur H. 
Keegan, James H. 
Moore, Coleman B. 
Smith, Edgar M. 
Tegge, Carlton S. 
Vollrath, Joseph P. 
Wannamaker, William H., Jr. 
Wild, Rudolf F. 
Wild. Rudolf F., and Cherry. 
Younkin, Gavin S. 
Brown, Irene, administratrix : See — 

Brown, Harry M., and Barron. 
Brown, James M., Melrose, W. A. Bemis, West Medford, 
and F. A. Monroe, Jr., Melrose, assignors to Revere 
Sugar Refinery, Charlestown, Mass. Dextrose syrups. 
2,438,033, Mar. 16. 
Brown, James V., Anderson, Ind., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Container for elec- 
trical apparatus. 2,454,962, Nov. 30. 
Brown, Jennie. Red Bay, Ala. Blouse. 2,446,209, Aug. 3. 
Brown, John D., Enid, Okla. Work indexing attachment 

for lathes. 2,452,988, Nov. 2. 
Brown, John P., Croydon, England. Gyroscopic control 
apparatus for air and other craft. 2,440,713, May 4. 
Brown, John T. L., Short Hills, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Plating contact surfaces of magnetic reeds. 2,438,897, 
Apr. 6. 

Brown, John T. L., Short Hillg, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y 
Circuit maker and breaker. 2,450,499, Oct. 5. 

Brown, John W„ Jr., Lakewood, assignor to Brown Fin- 
tube Compnny, Elyria, Ohio. Heat exchanger. 
2,449,052, Sept. 14. 

Brown, John W., Jr., Lakewood, assignor to Brown 
Fintube Compnny Elyria, Ohio. Apparatus for manu- 
facturing flnned tubes. 2,449,840. Sept. 21 

Brown, Kenneth H., Hinsdale, and C. G. Gerhold, River- 
side, assignors to Universal Oil Products Company, 
Chicago, 111. Refining of hydrocarbon oil containing 
mereaptans. 2,437,348, Mar. 9. 

Brown, Kenneth R., West Chester, Pa., assignor to Atlas 
Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. Waxy polyol ether- 
esters. 2,450,079, Sept. 28. 

Brown, Lawrence S. : See — 

Newell, William H., and Brown. 

Brown, Lawrence w\. Clinton, Mo. Rocket helicopter toy 
2.443,298, June 15. 

Brown, Lawrence W., Clinton, Mo. Helicopter toy rocket 
and bomb. 2,443,299, June 15. 

Brown, Leo H, Glenville, Conn. Gun aiming post having 
parabolic reflecting surface. 2,437,677, Mar. 16. 

Brown, Leo H., Glenville, Conn. Multiple reticle colllmat- 
lng gun sight. 2.450,712, Oct. 5. 

Brown, Leo II., Glenville, Conn. Gun sight having a 
plurality of illuminated reticles. 2,453,697, Nov. 16. 

Brown, Lonnle B. : See — 

Rankle, Earl II., and Brown. 



Brown, Louis, and L. Lacey, Camp Wood, Tex. Carrier 
for aircraft delivery. 2,439,236, Apr. 6. 

Brown, Louis, and L. Lacey, Uvalde, Tex. Double-acting 
shock absorber. 2,453,966, Nov. 16. 

Brown, Louis B., Duquesne, Pa. Tool holder. 2,449,368, 
Sept. 14. 

Brown, Malcolm L., Clark Township, Union County, as- 
signor to Merck & Co., Inc., Rahway, N. J. Purification 
of vitamin B„. 2,442,677, June 1. 

Brown, Morris, San Diego, Calif. Riveting tool. 2,451,063, 
Oct. 12. 

Brown, Morris C, Richmond Heights, assignor to Carter 
Carburetor Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Manifold heat 
valve control. 2,437,724, Mar. 16. 

Brown, Morris E., and N. F. Lehr, assignors to Eastman 
Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Multiple and indi- 
vidual shutter releases for power-driven motion-picture 
cameras. 2,453,301, Nov. 9. 

Brown, Myron J., Forest Hills, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Automatic 
and manual control system for circuit breakers. 
2,439,920, Apr. 20. 

Brown, Nathan J., Barrington, 111. Reticulately puckered 
laminated plastic sheet. 2,440,039, Apr. 20. 

Brown, Paul F., Cambridge, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of War. Oscillating system. 
2,454,132, Nov. 16. 

Brown, Percy F., Greece, assignor to James Cunningham, 
Son & Company. Rochester, N. Y. Reciprocating ted- 
der attachment for power mower sickle bars. 2,448,078, 
Aug. 31. 

Brown, Preston, Selma, Ala. Welding rod holder. 
2,438.990. Apr. 6. 

Brown, Raymond H., New Hartford, assignor to The Tor- 
rington Manufacturing Co., Torrington, Conn. Cen- 
trifugal blower housing. 2,456,488, Dec. 14. 

Brown, Reeve J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Novelty wall bird cage. 
2,445,419, July 20. 

Brown, Richard E., South Euclid, assignor to Air-Maze 
Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. Dust separator and filter. 
2,437,592, Mar. 9. 

Brown, Robert O. : See — 

Harrel, Chastain G., and Brown. 

Brown, Robinson W., Oklahoma City, Okla., assignor to 
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company, New York, N. Y. 
Bearing for rock bits. 2,444,724. July 6. 

Brown, Roy W., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Landing gear and brake for 
aircraft. 2,435,465, Feb. 3. 

Brown, Roy W., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Rubber spring. 2,445,723, 
July 20. 

Brown, Samuel J., and S. R., West Point, Ky. Dish wash- 
ing and drying machine. 2,445,707, July 20. 

Brown, Samuel R. : See — 

Brown, Samuel J. and S. R. 

Brown Service Funeral Homes Company, Inc., assignee: 
See — 

Lackey, Rufus M. 

Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company, assignee : 
See — 

Twamley, William E. 
Weimar, Hans C. 

Brown, Theophilus, assignor to Deere & Company, Moline, 
111. Resiliency mounted cultivator tool. 2,439,921, 
Apr. 20. 

Brown, Theophilus, assignor to Deere & Company, Moline, 
111. Tractor cultivator. 2,449.159, Sept. 14. 

Brown, Thomas B., Arlington, Va. Electrical hook-on 
meter system. 2,440,244, Apr. 27. 

Brown, Thomas W., Framingham, assignor to Lombard 
Governor Corporation, Ashland, Mass. Combined ta- 
chometer and accelerometer. 2,444,630, July 6. 

Brown, W. R., Corporation, assignee : See — 
Brown, William R. 

Brown, Walter J. : See — 

Crnwther, Cecil R., and Brown. 
Williams, Alfred L. W. and Brown. 

Brown, Wilbur F., assignor to Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass 
Company, Toledo, Ohio. Absorption glasses. 2,444,976, 
July 13. 

Brown, William, assignor to Sturmey-Archer Gears 
Limited, Nottingham, England. Epicyclic variable-speed 
gearing. 2,441,989, May 25. 

Brown, William A., Mount Lebanon, Pa., and F. S. Klee- 
man, Lakewood, Ohio, assignors to The Carborundum 
Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Steel metallurgy. 
2,444,424, July 6. 

Brown, William C, Watertown, assignor to Raytheon 
Manufacturing Company, Newton, Mass. Space dis- 
charge device. 2,437,240, Mar. 9. 

P.rown, William E. : See — 

Davis, Clyde W., Dirstine, and Brown. 
Heitz, Robert G., and Brown. 

Brown, William F., Crescent. Okla. Deep well pumping 
unit. 2,441,256, May 11. 

Brown, William F., Flushing, N. Y. Beverage package 
and apparatus. 2,451,195, Oct. 12. 

Brown, William H. and W. S., Bedford, Ohio. Christmas 
tree holder. 2,455,404, Dec. 7. 



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Brown, William R., assignor to W. R. Brown Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Valve structure. 2,451,799, Oct. 19. 

Brown, WiUiam S. : See — 

Brown, William H. and W. S. 

Brown, William V., Flushing, and E. H. Drew, Amityville, 
N. Y., assignors to Republic Aviation Corporation. 
Camera drive. 2.441,185, May 11. 

Browne, Frank E., Upper Darby, Pa. Coated welding elec- 
trode. 2,435,198, Feb. 3. 

Browne, Kenneth A., Lakewood, Ohio, assignor to Wright 
Aeronautical Corporation. Multiple thermocouple ar- 
rangements. 2.455,654, Dec. 7. 

Browne, Lindsay H., Westport, Conn., assignor to Ameri- 
can Brake Shoe Company. Check valve. 2,446,571, 
Aug. 10. 

Browne, Stewart R., Brooklyn, assignor to Stewart R. 
Browne Mfg. Co. Inc., New York, N. Y. Lamp support. 
2,453,967, Nov. 16. 

Browne, Stewart R., Mfg. Co. Inc., assignee: See — 
Browne, Stewart R. 

Browne, Thomas E., Jr. : See — ■ 

Strom, Albert P., and Browne. 

Browne, Thomas E., Jr., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Elec- 
trical gauge circuits. 2,434,547, Jan. 13. 

Browning, John N., assignor to Browning Manufacturing 
Company, Inc., Maysville, Ky. Bushing. 2,441,467, 
May 11. 

Browning, Kenneth W., Murray, Utah. Window and 
blind construction. 2,434,786, Jan. 20. 

Browning Laboratories, Inc., assignee : See — 
Cann. Arthur F. 

drowning, Leander, Greenwood, Ind. Trigger mecha- 
nism. 2,448,765, Sept. 7. 

Browning Manufacturing Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Browning, John N. 

Brownlee, Allen L. : See — - 

Alstrom. Albert I., and Brownlee. 

Brownlee, Allen L., assignor to Wico Electric Company, 
West Springfield, Mass. Ignition apparatus. 2,433,887, 
Jan. 6. 

Brownlee, Allen L., assignor to Wico Electric Company, 
West Springfield, Mass. Distributor. 2,433,888, Jan. 6. 

Brownlee, Dalmar T., assignor to Chas. Drexler Co., Inc., 
Indianapolis, Ind. Power transmission system. 
2.452,178, Oct. 26. 

Brownscombe, Philip J., assignor to Control Instrument 
Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Speed indicator. 
2,441,468. May 11. 

Brownsey, Oscar, assignor to U. S. Slicing Machine Com- 
pany, La Porte, Ind. Cleaning tool for food tendering 
machines. 2.437,069, Mar. 2. 

Brownson, George T., Philadelphia, assignor to J. J. Duffy, 
Yeadon, Pa. Burial dress support. 2,452,353. Oct. 26. 

Brownyer, Nelson R., Birmingham, assignor to The Tim- 
ken-Detroit Axle Company, Detroit, Mich. Power trans- 
mitting mechanism. Re. 23,018, July 27. 

Browser, Inc., assignee: See — 
Harvuot, Frank B. 

Broxon, James W., and W. P. Jesse, Chicago, 111., as- 
signors, to the United States of America, as repre- 
sented by the United States Atomic Energy Commission. 
Differential ion chamber. 2.440,167, Apr. 20. 

Brozek, Lawrence, Jackson Heights, assignor to Waldes 
Koh-I-Noor, Inc., Long Island City, N. Y. Slide fas- 
tener. 2,450,779, Oct. 5. 

Brubaker, George P., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Dictophone Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Combination phonograph recording and 
reproducing mechanism. 2,455.466. Dec. 7. 

Brubaker. Luella E., Elkhart, Ind. Portable food cabinet. 
2.441.345. May 11. 

Bruce, David S. : See — 

Bohlman. Walter S., and Bruce. 

Bruce, Donald S., and H. L. Heise, assignors to Gummed 
Products Company, Troy, Ohio. Adhesive of water 
remoistenable type from lignin sulfonic acid and poly- 
vinyl alcohol. 2,443,889, June 22. 

Bruce, E. L., Company, assignee : See — 
Partee, Watkins W., and Gray. 

Bruce, Edmond, Red Bank, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Acoustic device. 2.457,527, Dec. 28. 

Bruce. Ernest G. : See — 

Watter, Michael, and Bruce. 

Bruce, Ivy, assignee : See — 
Roberts, James H. 

Brucp. Jr>hn N. : See — - 

Moulsdale, Andrew G., and Bruce. 

Bruce, Lawrence Richard, Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Michaels, Edwin B., and Lustig. 

Bruce, Warren R., Portland, Oreg. Power plant. 
2,443,948, June 22. 

Bruce, William A., Tulsa, Okla., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Method and apparatus for 
measuring permeability. 2,448,955, Sept. 7. 

Bruce, William F., Penfield, Upper Darby, assignor to 
Wyeth Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Disubstituted 
acetamidyl derivatives of amino-quinolines. 2,456,911, 
Dec. 21. 

Bruce, William F., Havertown, and J. Seifter, Willow 
Grove, assignors to Wyeth Incorporated, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Substituted glycinamides. 2,449,638, Sept. 21. 



Bruce, William H., and D. W. Erskine, Springfield, 111., 
assignors to Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company, 
Milwaukee, Wis. Steering by driving control mecha- 
nism. 2,444,279, June 29. 

Bruck, Michael, assignor, by mesne asignments, to R. 
Frankrield, New York, N. Y. Board game device. 
2.451,196, Oct. 12. 

Bruckner, Edward K., New York, N. Y. Orthopedic in- 
sole. 2,447,231, Aug. 17. 

Brucksch, William F., Jr. : See — 

Howland. Louis H., and Brucksch. 

Bruegger, Ernest, Massillon, Ohio, assignor to The Gris- 
com-Russell Company, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for 
bending metal strips edgewise in making helical fins. 
2,437,500, Mar. 9. 

Bruen, George C, Chicago, 111., and K. H. Miller, North 
Canton, assignors to Diebold Incorporated, Canton, Ohio. 
Rotary card index. 2,441,684, May 18. 

Bruen, Sophie E., assignee : See — 
Nightingale, William J. 

Bruestle, Carl 0., Rahway, assignor to Syncro Machine 
Company, Perth Amboy, N. J. Tubular reel strander. 
2,445,261, July 13. 

Bruestle, Carl O., Rahway, N. J., assignor to Borg-Warner 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Tension device. 2,445,600, 
July 20. 

Bruestle, Carl O., Rahway, assignor to Elevator Supplies 
Company, Inc., Perth Amboy, N. J. Electric treadle. 
2,445,660, July 20. 

Bruestle, Carl O., Rahway, assignor to Syncro Machine 
Company, Perth Amboy, N. J. Taping head for cable 
insulating machine. 2,447,841, Aug. 24. 

Briigger, Albert, Horgen, Switzerland. Thread tension 
arrangements in textile machines. 2,438,034, Mar. 16. 

Briihlmann, Gottfried, assignor to Aktiengesellschaft 
Brown, Boveri & Cie. Baden, Switzerland. Gas blast 
circuit breaker. 2,441,943, May 18. 

Brull, Eugene C, Forest Park, 111., deceased ; E. E. Brull, 
administrator. Cream whipper. 2,444,897, July 6. 

Brull, Eugene E., administrator: See — 
Brull, Eugene C. 

Brulport, George E., Rossmoyne, Ohio. Screw driver con- 
ditioner. 2,439,839, Apr. 20. 

Brumby, Arnoldus S. : See — 

Fontaine, John P. K., and Brumby. 
Norman, Noah M., and Brumby. 

Brumhill, Claude W., assignor to The Imperial Typewriter 
Company Limited, Leicester, England. Producing re- 
duplicative master sheets in typewriting and like ma- 
chines. 2,452.099, Oct. 26. 

Brumhill, Claude W., Leicester, and A. Pateman, Rothley, 
assignors to The Imperial Typewriter Company Limited, 
Leicester, England. End thrust type bar action for 
typewriting machines. 2,437,804, Mar. 16. 

Brun, Euphrosine A., assignee, et al. : See — 
Brun, Prudent. 

Brun, Prudent, assignor of one-fourth to E. A. Brun, 
Royalton, and one-fourth to W. Y. Henning, St. Cloud, 
Minn. Internal-combustion engine. 2,443,890, June 
22. 

Brundage. James W., assignor to The Akron Standard 
Mold Company, Akron, Ohio. Press. 2,443,573, June 
15. 

Brundy Engineering Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Bonwitt, Wilhelm F. 

Brnner-Rltter, Inc., assignee : See — 
Mauch, Willy. 

Bruner, Walter M. : See — 

Gresham, William F., Brooks, and Bruner. 

Bruning, Charles, Company, assignee : See — 
Johnston, Derland. 

Bruning, Charles, Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Streich, Paul B. 

Bruning, Herman W., New York, N. Y. Container with 
removable latching device and individually releasable 
flaps. 2,443,702, June 22. 

Bruning, James M., Mount Vernon, Wash. Machine for 
the automatic cooling and heating of baby bottles and 
food. 2,449,874, Sept. 21. 

Brunner, Eugene M., El Cerrito, and E. S. Mardock, 
Berkeley, assignors to Shell Development Company, San 
Francisco, Calif. Radiological measurement of the 
permeability of porous media. 2,437,935, Mar. 16. 

Brunner Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 
Hirsch, Sylvan R. 

Brunner, Reed R., deceased, Baltimore, Md., by Seismo- 
graph Service Corporation, Tulsa, Okla., assignee. 
Radio beacon. Re. 23,050, Nov. 23. 

Bruno, Samuel J., Belleville, assignor to The Thomas 
Wright Co., Inc., Jersey Citv, N. J. Safety device for 
dumping vehicles. 2,440,325, Apr. 27. 

Brunow, George F. : See — 

Whitehurst, Graham, and Slater, and Bruno, Hubbard, 
and Krawitz. 

Bruns, William H., Llncolndale, assignor to Otis Elevator 
Company, New York, N. Y. Electric circuit. 2,438,535, 
Mar. 30. 

Brunsing, Rex. L., San Francisco, Calif. Refrigerating 
system using dry ice and including a secondary heat 
exchange circuit. 2,450,713, Oct. 5. 

Brunson, A. N., assignee : See — 
Bengert, Edgar F. 



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Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, The, assignee : See — 
Erbach, Lawrence F., and Riedi. 

Bruntil, Irwin M., Bridgeport, and E. F. Reihman, Fair- 
field, Conn., assignors to General Electric Company. 
Ultra high frequency oscillator. 2,453,489, Nov. 9. 

Brush, Abbott P., Greenwich, Conn. Tapped fastener. 
2,448,351, Aug. 31. 

Brush Development Company, The, assignee : See — 
Begun, Semi J. 
Begun, Semi Joseph. 
Bokeny, Geza J. 
Gravley, Charles K. 
Jaffe, Hans. 
Kjellgren, Bengt R. F. 
Massa, Frank. 
Robinson, Arthur M. 
Surmatis, Joseph D. 
Williams, Alfred L. W., and Begun. 
Williams, Alfred L. W., and Christian. 

Brush, Harold F., Hoboken, N. J. Shoe tree with desiccant. 
2,446,904, Aug. 10. 

Brushaber, Herman J., deceased, Milwaukee, Wis. ; R. E. 
Brushaber, executor. Conduit fitting. 2,454,767, Nov. 
30. 

Brushaber, Ralph E., executor : See — 
Brushaber, Herman J. 

Bruson, Herman A., Rydal, assignor to The Resinous Prod- 
ucts & Chemical Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Addition 
products of acrylonitrlle and aryl sulfones and prepar- 
ing same. 2,435.552, Feb. 3. 

Bruson, Herman A., Rydal, assignor to The Resinous 
Products & Chemical Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Cyanoalkyl ethers of polyhydric alcohols. 2.437,905. 
Mar. 16. 

Bruson, Herman A., Rydal, assignor to The Resinous Prod- 
ucts & Chemical Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Dihy- 
dronordicyclopentadienyl - substituted f o r m a 1 8. 

2,444.090, June 29. 

Bruson, Herman A., and W. D. Nlederhauser, assignors to 
The Resinous Products & Chemical Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Dimeric octadecadienonitrile. 2,435,553, 
Feb. 3. 

Bruson, Herman A., and T. W. Riener, assignors to The 
Resinous Products & Chemical Company, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Cyanoethylated formals and their preparation. 
2,435,869, Feb. 10. 

Bruson, Herman A., Rydal, and W. D. Nlederhauser, as- 
signors to The Resinous Products & Chemical Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Cyanoethylation of carbonylic com- 
pounds. 2,437,906, Mar. 16. 

Bruson, Herman A., Rydal, and W. D. Niederhauser, as- 
signors to The Resinous Products & Chemical Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Addition products of acrylonitrlle 
and drying oil acids and esters. 2,440,140, Apr. 20. 

Bruson, Herman A., Rydal, and T. W. Riener, Philadel- 
phia, Pa., assignors to The Resinous Products & Chemi- 
cal Company. Cyclic ether. 2,440.220, Apr. 20. 

Bruson, Herman A., Rydal, and W. D. Niederhauser, as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to Rohm & Haas Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Addition products from acrylic 
esters. 2,452,029. Oct. 26. 

Bruson, Herman A., Rydal, and W. D. Niederhauser, 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Rohm & Haas Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Hydroxycarboxylic acid. 
2,457,640, Dec. 28. 

Brusse, Archie B., assignor to Rocky Mountain Metal 
Products Co., Denver, Colo. Buccal tube for orthodontia. 
2,455,916, Dec. 14. 

Brusset, Jean A., Blairmore, Alberta, Canada, assignor 
to McNally Pittsburg Manufacturing Corporation, 
Pittsburg, Kans. Finely divided crystalline limestone 
in heavy fluid for float-and-sink concentration. 
2,440,005, Apr. 20. 

Brusset, Jean A., Blairmore, Alberta, Canada. Pulsat- 
ing pneumatic stratifier. 2,449,582, Sept. 21. 

Brustowsky, Morris, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to U. S. 
Slicing Machine Company, La Porte, Ind. Switch con- 
trol means for slicing machines. 2,456,369, Dec. 14. 

Bruton, Robert L. : See — 

Stegall, Wilbur D., Bruton, and Bartson. 

Bruun, Johannes H., Swarthmore, and J. H. Perrine, 
Prospect Park, assignors to Sun Oil Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Esterifieation. 2,443,093, June 8. 

Bruun. Otto J.. Stoke Pogos, England. Securing the 
nozzle portion to the body portion of collapsible tubular 
containers. 2,434,832, Jan. 20. 

Brvan, John W., Traphill, N. C. Repeating electric fuse. 
2,446,739, Aug. 10. 

Bryan, Rochelle D., Glenmore, La. Pipe wrencli having 
a pivoted and adjustable outer jaw. 2,455,041, Nov. 30. 

Bryant Chucking Grinder Company, assignee: See — 
Arms, Merlon 11., and Barnard. 
Cornell, Elton S. 
Day, Bernard C, and Arms. 
Green, Glenn M. 

Bryant, Corwln W., Downers Grove, assignor to Crane Co., 
Chicago, 111. Flexible valve stem drive. 2,452,428, 
Oct. 26. 

Bryant Electric Company, The, assignee : See — 
Hodgkins, Charles II. 
Webster, Benjamin C. 



Bryant, Harold W., Kenmore, N. Y., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Vinyl 
carboxylate polymerization using a thiourea stopper 
2,453,655, Nov. 9. 

Bryant Heater Company, assignee : See — 
Higley, Frank R. 
Higley, Frank R., and Ryden. 
Schlachter, Otto E. 

Bryant, Herbert W., Chatham, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Moisture impervious vent. 2,453,192, Nov. 9. 

Bryant, Leland A., Beverly Hills, assignor of one-half to 
J. F. Sullivan, Los Angeles, Calif. Master tooling dock. 
2,433,889, Jan. 6. 

Bryant, Leslie E., assignor to Nye-Wait Company, Inc., 
Auburn, N. Y. Portable loom creel and adjusting means 
therefor. 2,437,070, Mar. 2. 

Bryant, Newton W., Chatham, E. E. Crump, East Orange, 
M. R. Dungan, Chatham, and J. Strand, Morris Plains, 
N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Range measurement. 
2,446,630, Aug. 10. 

Bryant, Ozro N., Prospect Park, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Control 
apparatus. 2,440,844, May 4. 

Bryers, Harvev A., Dayton, Ohio. Antenna support and 
feed through. 2.434,638, Jan. 20. 

Bryn, John G., New York, N. Y. Garment hanger. 
2,434,142, Jan. 6. 

Bryson, Dorothy S. T. : See — 

Levy, Norman S., and Bryson. 

Bryson, Newall M., assignor to Pallet Engineering Com- 
pany, San Francisco, Calif. Bridge ramp. 2,452,222, 
Oct. 26. 

Bryson, Newall M., assignor to Pallet Engineering Com- 
pany, San Francisco, Calif. Bridge ramp. 2.452.289. 
Oct. 26. 

Bubb, Frank W., Webster Groves, Mo., and A. L. D. 
d'Adrian, Godfrey, 111., assignors to Mississippi Valley 
Research Laboratories, Inc., St. Louis, Mo. Magneto- 
optic light rotator. 2,442,396, June 1. 

Buc, George L. : See — - 

Stearns, Edwin I., Jr., and Buc. 

Buc. George L., Orange, and E. I. Stearns, Jr., North 
Plainfield, N. J., assignors to American Cyanamid Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Flickering beam spectrophoto- 
meter for the measurement of bronze. 2,435,175, Jan. 
27. 

Buc, George L., Orange, and E. I. Stearns, Jr., North 
Plainfield, N. J., assignors to American Cyanamid Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Flickering beam spectrophoto- 
meters for the measurement of bronze. 2,435,176, Jan. 
27. 

Buc, Saul R., and J. H. Ford, assignors to The Upjohn 
Company, Kalamazoo, Mich. Preparation of j8-amino- 
propionitrile. 2.448,013, Aug. 31. 

Buchanan Electrical Products Corporation, assignee : 
See- 
Buchanan, Stephen N., and Breen. 

Buchanan, J. D., assignee : See — 
Walters, Daniel W. 

Buchanan. J. D.. Burbank, Calif. Hydraulic booster. 
2.442.916. June 8. 

Buchanan, Russell B., Lynbrook, assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Arresting hook device for grounded aircraft pilot 
trainers. 2,451.609, Oct. 19. 

Buchanan. Stephen N., Westmoreland Hills, Md.. and O. J. 
Breen, East Greenbush. N. Y., assignors to Buchanan 
Electrical Products Corporation, Elizabeth, N. J. Lock 
plug receptacle. 2.441.393. May 11. 

Buchanan, Stephen N., Westmoreland Hills, Md., and S. L. 
Gibson, Bryson City, N. C. ; said Buchanan assignor to 
Buchanan Electrical Products Corporation, Elizabeth, 
N. J. Adjustable support. 2,442,340, June 1. 

Buchanan, Stephen N., Westmoreland Hills, Md., and 
O. J. Breen, East Greenbush, N. Y.. assignors to 
Buchanan Electrical Products Corporation. Terminal 
clip for electrical conductors. 2,451.800, Oct. 19. 

Buchanan. William Tv., Edinburgh, Scotland, and W. Simp- 
son, Manchester, England, assignors, by mesne assign- 
ments, to General Electric Company. Preparation of 
anhydrous ether. 2,446,408, Aug. 3. 

Bucher, Francis X. : See — 

Mumma, Robert E., and Bucher. 

Bucher, Max, assignee : See — 
Florjancic. Peter, and Boral. 

Buchet, Conrad R., Pasadena, Calif., assignor of three- 
fourths to B. F. B. Engineers, Incorporated, and one- 
fourth to M. H. Lees, Jr. Rivet stem puller and cutter. 
2,438,201 , Mar. 23. 

Buchet. Conrad R., assignor of one-half to M. H. Lees, Jr., 
Pasadena, Calif. Multirotor helicopter witli tlltable 
rotors. 2,452,726, Nov. 2. 

Buchholz, Arnold R. : See — 

Quirk, Earl W.. and Buchholz. 

Buchhorn, Robert H., Texas City, Tex. Attachment to 
geometrical instrument. 2,454,133, Nov. 16. 

Buchi, Alfred, assignee : See — ■ 
Fullemann, .lohann. 

Buchler, Ernest, Sunnyside, Long Island, assignor to 
Arkay Infants Wear, Inc., New York, N. Y. Garment. 
2,450,631, Oct. 5. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Toy. 2,451,801, Oct. 



Buchmann, Abe, assignee, et al. : »ee- 
Carter, Albert C. 

Buchmann, Abe, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
19. 

Buchner, J. C. A. : See — 
Wechsberg, Raoul. 

Buchwalter, Louise, Hallsville, Ohio, and G. G. Harvey, 
Boston, Mass., assignor, by mesne assignments, to the 
United States of America as represented by the Secre- 
tary of War. Antenna. 2,455,224, Nov. 30. 

Buck, Everett S., Fort Wayne, Ind. Ventilating air dis- 
tributor. 2,433,981, Jan. 6. 

Buck, Leo F., Camden, N. J. Repair patch for garment 
pockets. 2,436,879, Mar. 2. 

Buck, Mortimer P., Huntington, W. Va., assignor to The 
International Nickel Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Producing electrodeposited nickel strip containing boron. 
2,456,370, Dec. 14. 

Buck, Richard S., Glastonbury, and A. Kalitinsky, Eagle- 
ville, assignors to United Aircraft Corporation, East 
Hartford, Conn. Turbine cooling. 2,434,901, Jan. 27. 

Buck, Richard S., Glastonbury, and W. A. Ledwith, Hart- 
ford, assignors to United Aircraft Corporation, East 
Hartford, Conn. Turbine bearing construction. 

2.439.447, Apr. 13. 
fSuck, Robert E. : See — 

Mottein. Hugh H., and Buck. 
Buckbee, John A., Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Farnsworth Research Corporation. 

Color television system. 2,438,269, Mar. 23. 
Buckbee-Mears Company, assignee : See— 
Mears, Norman B. 
Mears, Norman B., and Holsapple. 
Buckendale, Lawrence R., assignor to The Timken-Detroit 

Axle Company, Detroit, Mich. Resilient torsion rod sus- 
pension for tandem axle vehicles. 2,435,199, Feb. 3. 
Buckendale, Lawrence R., Detroit, Mich. Vehicle driving 

mechanism. 2,437,678, Mar. 16. 
Buckendale, Lawrence R., assignor to The Timken-Detroit 

Axle Company, Detroit, Mich. Power-transmitting 

mechanism. 2,445,760, July 27. 
Buckendale, Lawrence R., assignor to The Timken-Detroit 

Axle Company, Detroit, Mich. Dual engine vehicle 

cooling system. 2,448,014, Aug. 31. 
Buckendale, Lawrence R., assignor to The Timken-Detroit 

Axle Company, Detroit, Mich. Vehicle suspension. 

2.453.116, Nov. 9. 

Buckendale, Lawrence R., assignor to The Timken-Detroit 
Axle Company, Detroit, Mich. Vehicle suspension. 

2.453.117, Nov. 9. 

JBuckendale, Lawrence R., assignor to The Timken-Detroit 
Axle Company, Detroit, Mich. Interchangeable front 
and rear drive axle. 2,456,616, Dec. 21. 

Buckendale, Lawrence R., and R. K. Super, assignors to 
The Timken-Detroit Axle Company, Detroit, Mich. 
Vehicle brake. 2,435,955, Feb. 17. 

Buckendale, Lawrence R., Detroit, Mich., and B. W. Keese, 
Oshkosh, Wis., assignors to The Timken-Detroit Axle 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Power transmitting mecha- 
nism. 2,449,546, Sept. 21. 

Buckendale, Lawrence R., and R. K. Super, assignors to 
The Timken-Detroit Axle Company, Detroit, Mich. 
Friction coupling device. 2,454,271, Nov. 23. 

.Buckeye Laboratories Corporation, The, assignee : See — 
Egger, Charles J., and Webster. 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The, assignee : See— 

Schrock. Eugene B. 
;Buckholdt, Robert E., assignor to The Salem Engineering 
Company, Salem, Ohio. Heat exchanger. 2,445,471, 
July 20. 

JBuckholdt, Robert E., assignor to The Salem Engineering 
Company, Salem, Ohio. Quenching and conveying ap- 
paratus. 2,450,112, Sept. 28. 

Buckingham, William D., and C. R. Deibert, Southampton, 
assignor to The Western Union Telegraph Company, 
New York, N. Y. Concentrated arc discharge device. 

2.453.118, Nov. 9. 

Bucklen, Herbert E., Ill, assignor to Durakool, Inc., Elk- 
hart, Ind. Electrode mounting means for mercury 
switches and relays. 2,450,780, Oct. 5. 

Buckley, Gerard D., Blaekley, Manchester, England, as- 
signor to Imperial Chemical Industries, Limited. Nitro- 
sulfones. 2,447.974, Aug. 24. 

Buckley, John, Georgetown, Colo. Vehicle anchor device. 
2,451,470, Oct. 19. 

•Bucknam, James H., Cranford, N. J., assignor to The 
Linde Air Products Company. Fully automatic de- 
surfacing control. 2,448,657, Sept. 7. 

Bucknell, Ernest H., and R. E. Bletcher, assignors of ten 
percent to R. E. Bletcher, twelve and one-half percent 
to E. H. Bucknell, twelve and one-half percent to M. 
Bucknell, ten percent to P. W. Bletcher, twenty-five per- 
cent to M. B. Liston, ten percent to J. H. Bletcher, ten 
percent to H. B. Skinner, and ten percent to C. R. B. 
Robinson, Los Angeles, Calif. Faucet valve element. 
2,452,354, Oct. 26. 

Bucknell, Mabel, assignee et al. : See — 
Bucknell. Ernest H, and Bletcher. 

Buckner, Cecil C, Grosse Pointe Park, Mich. Fluid pump. 

2.439.448, Apr. 13. 

Buckner, Cecil C, Grosse Pointe Park, Mich. Fluid pump. 
2,456,109, Dec. 14. 



Buckthal, Elmer P., Brookfield, assignor to United Air 
Lines, Inc., Chicago,, 111. Method and apparatus for 
indicating potential gradients. 2,454,630, Nov. 23. 
Buckwalter, Tracy V., Massillon, assignor to The Timken 
Roller Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. Locomotive 
eccentric crankpin bearing. 2,439,284, Apr. 6. 
Bucy, Perl L., Oklahoma City, Okla. Vibration and mas- 
sage apparatus. 2,441,394, May 11. 
Bucy, Roy T. : See — 

Lotts, Deibert L., Bucy, and Waldron. 
Bucyrus Erie Company : See — 

Mork, George W. 
Bucyrus Erie Company, assignee : See — 

Thornburg, Herbert W. 
Budan, Herman W., Los Angeles, Calif. Milk bottle cap. 

2,434,787, Jan. 20. 
Budd Company, The, assignee : See — 
Callender, Edwin M. 
Callender, Edwin M., and Phair. 
Eksergian, Carolus L. 
Eksergian, Carolus L., and Gaenssle. 
Eksergian, Carolus L., Temple, and Horle. 
Gaenssle, Paul W. 
Hochreiter, Edward. 
Meissner, Clarence E. 
Pond, Clarke P. 
Somes, Howard E. 
Sweeney, Edward J. 
Tarbox, John P. 
Tarbox, John P., and Callender. 
Temple, Robert B. 
Theriault, Raymond J. 
Van Sciver, Herbert D. ( II. 
Watter, Michael. 
Watter, Michael, and Bruce. 
Weightman, William A. 
Budway, Louis, assignee, et al. : See — 

Edwards, Lewis E. 
Budzinski, Joseph, Kenosha, Wis. Cable eye and splicing 

the same. 2,454,592, Nov. 23. 
Budzyna, Walter J., East Douglas, assignor to Draper 
Corporation, Hopedale, Mass. Dagger stop for looms. 
2,451,914, Oct. 19. 
Buebel, Edgar W., Baltimore, assignor to The Glenn L. 
Martin Company, Middle River, Md. Apparatus for 
grinding bushings on centerless grinders. 2,443,719, 
June 22. 
Buechek, John, Kokomo, Ind., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, of one-half to American Bakers Machinery Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Pressure sheeting of dough. 

2.456.371, Dec. 14. 

Buechek, John, Kokomo, Ind., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, of one-half to American Bakers Machinery Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Method of rolling baking dough. 

2.456.372, Dec. 14. 

Buehl, Walter M., and C. B. Shepherd, Niagara Falls, N. Y., 
assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Gas generator. 2,455,975, Dec. 14. 
Buehler, Allan M., assignor to Eastern Steel Products 
Limited, Preston, Ontario, Canada. Closure for hop- 
pers and the like. 2,435,670, Feb. 10. 
Buehler, Allan M., assignor to Eastern Steel Products 
Limited, Preston, Ontario, Canada. Feeding mechanism 
for agricultural machines. 2,454,304, Nov. 23. 
Buehler, Walter, assignor to Economy Pumps, Inc., Ham- 
ilton, Ohio. Pump with rotary casing. 2,436,034, 
Feb. 17. 
Buell, Charles K., and C. F. Weinaug, Borger, Tex., as- 
signors to Phillips Petroleum Company. Furfural re- 
covery. 2,436,502, Feb. 24. 
Buell Engineering Company, Incorporated, assignee : 
See — 

Dohrmann, Henry C. 
Buell, Lewis W. : See — 

Bolesky, John D., and Buell. 
Buena Vista Iron Company, assignee : See — 

Worthen, Eugene P., Barbour and Putnam. 
Buente, Willard H., and H. L. Dunker, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Phonograph. 2,442,887, June 8. 
Buerschaper, Robert A., assignor to Taylor Instrument 
Companies, Rochester, N. Y. Electropneumatic tachom- 
eter. 2,443,891, June 22. 
Buescher Band Instrument Co., assignee : See- 
Comer, Floyd E. 
Buffalo Ankerite Gold Mines, Ltd., assignee : See— 

Kinkel, Revere P. 
Buffalo Electro-Chemical Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Dawsey, Lynn H., Umhoefer, and Muehlhausser. 
Hyatt, Harlow G., and Shanley. 
Kuoch, Robert, and Shanley. 
Shanley, Edward S. and Hyatt. 
Shanley, Edward S., and Kauffmann. 
Buffalo Forge Company, assignee : See — 

Tucker, William C. 
Buffalo-Springfield Roller Co., The, assignee : See— 
Greiner, Carl F. 
Harrison, John F., and Greiner. 
Buffham, Robert C, Racine, Wis. Absorbent drip pad 

for toilet tanks. 2,451,714, Oct. 19. 
Buffington, Malcolm R., Millburn, N. J. Stabilized aqueous 

rubber dispersions. 2,442,341, June 1. 
Buffington, Marvin A., Cleveland, Ohio. Electroencephalo- 
graph electrode coordinator. 2,439,559, Apr. 13. 



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Bufflap, Carl A., Spring Garden Township, York County, 
Pa., assignor to American Chain & Cable Company, Inc., 
Bridgeport, Conn. Adjustable bridle sling. 2,436,247, 
Feb. 17. 

Buffum, Donald C. : See- 
Van Winkle, Delbert M., and Buffum. 

Buffum, Jesse H., Boston, Mass. Play slider. 2,446,905, 
Aug. 10. 

Bugatti, Ettore, Paris, France. Spindle for milling ma- 
chines. 2,434,639, Jan. 20. 

Bugatti, Ettore, Paris, France. Machine for cutting and 
chamfering metal sheets. 2,439,794, Apr. 20. 

Bugatti, Ettore, Paris, France. Milling machine. 
2,449,449, Sept. 14. 

Bugatti, Ettore, Paris, France. Mounting of grinding 
wheels, especially on grinding machines. 2,451,658, 
Oct. 19. 

Bugatti, Ettore, Paris, France. Machine for bending and 
shaping rolled irons and the like. 2,454,429, Nov. 23. 

Bugatti, Ettore, Paris, France. Grinding machine and 
footstock thereof. 2,456,252, Dec. 14. 

Bugatti. Ettore, Paris, France. Chuck. 2,457,030, Dec. 
21. 

Bugg, Kenly C, Fort Wayne, Ind. Fastener. 2,440,074, 
Apr. 20. 

Buggie, H. H., & Company, assignee : See — 
Sprlgg, Edward A. 

Buhman, Conrad J., and L. E. Mendel, assignors to Criffen 
and Sexton Company, Chicago, 111. Stove. 2,438,035, 
Mar. 16. 

Builders Iron Foundry, assignee: See — 
Smith, Marsden C. 

Buis, Marinus, Whitby, and D. M. Samuel, Chester, 
England, assignors to Shell Development Company, 
San Francisco, Calif. Surface active compositions. 
2,434,683, Jan. 20. 

Bujak, Jakub : See — 

Green, George W. A., Bujak, and Rutherford. 

Buker, Edward, Tarpon Springs, Fla., assignor to Coach 
& Car Equipment Corporation, Chicago, 111. Reversible 
seat. 2,446,906, Aug. 10. 

Bulbulian, Arthur H. : See — 

Boothby, Walter M., Bulbulian, and Lovelace. 

Bulgarini, Luis : See — 

De Olariaga, Sara M. I., Bulgarini, and Forster. 

Bull, Cabot S., Hillingdon, assignor to Electric & Musical 
Industries Limited, Hayes, Middlesex, England. Damp- 
ing circuit embodying electron discharge devices of the 
velocity modulation type. 2,446,572, Aug. 10. 

Bull, Cabot S v Hillington, assignor to Electric & Musical 
Industries Limited, Hayes, Middlesex, England. Elec- 
tric transforming arrangement. 2,457,528, Dec. 28. 

Bull, Joseph H. : See — 

Strang, John M., and Bull. 

Bullard Company, The, assignee : See — 
Bullard, Edward P., III. 
Lobdell, Franklin H. 

Bullard, Edward P., Ill, Fairfield, Conn., assignor to The 
Bullard Company. Rack and pinion gear means. 
2,453,656, Nov. 9. 

Bullard, Edwin F. : See — 

McAllister, Sumner H., and Bullard. 

Bullard, W. Irving, Charlotte, N. C, assignor to E. H. 
Jacobs Mfg. Co. Inc., Danielson, Conn. Adjustable lug 
strap. 2,436.353, Feb. 17. 

Bullen, Clark V., and C. J. Anderson, assignors to Barber- 
Coleman Company, Rockford, 111. Relay. 2,443,784, 
June 22. 

Bullerjahn, Adolph D. : See — 

Johnson, Bruce W., and Bullerjahn. 

Bullock. Earle C, assignor to Metal Office Furniture 
Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Drawer pull. 2,438,871, 
Mar. 30. 

Bullock, Harry L. : See — 

Smith, Carlos B. t and Bullock. 

Bullock, Percy Wynne, South Pasadena, Calif. Photo- 
graphic process for producing line images. 2,438,494, 
Mar. 30. 

Bulova Wntch Company, assignee : See — 
Burgbacher, John C. 

Bulova Watch Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Beeh, Louis. 

Bumgarnor, Lester M., Port Townsend, Wash. Nonreflll- 
able bottle. 2,447,484, Aug. 24. 

Bundren, Harry E., and V. A. Vlcksell, Kansas City, Mo. 
Safety window lock. 2,456,766, Dec. 21. 

Bundy Tubing Company, assignee : See — 
Payne, Arthur W. 

Bunker, Vincent W., assignor to Gallmeyer & Livingston 
Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Grinder speed control. 
2,454.988. Nov. 30. 

Bunn, Benjamin H., assignor to B. H. Bunn Company, 
Chicago. 111. Tying machine. 2,451,197, Oct. 12. 

Bunn, D. H., Company assignee : See— 
Bunn, Benjamin H. 

Bunn, Fred H., Westfield, N. J., assignor to S. C. John- 
son & Son, Inc., Racine, Wis. Wax treatment of un- 
cured rubber goods. 2,457,641, Dec. 28. 

Bunn, George P., Bartlesville, Okla., and II. J. Pnnkratz, 
Borger, Tex., assignors to Phillips Petroleum Company. 
Expansion joint for high temperatures. 2,438,312, 
Mar. 23. 

Bunten, Claude L., Rawlins, Wyo. Device for transport- 
ing and launching boats. 2,442,071, May 25. 



Bunten, Oliver J., Cambridge, Mass. Door lock bolt. 

2,448,415, Aug. 31. 
Bunting, Albert L., Dearborn, Mich. Chemical conversion 

of salt containing solutions. 2,452,179, Oct. 26 
Bunting, Ernest V. : See — 

Chambers, John M., and Bunting. 
Bunting, Ernest V., assignor to Harry Ferguson, Inc., 

Dearborn, Mich. Implement control means for tractor 

mounted agricultural implements. 2,455,727 Dec 7. 
Bunting Glider Company, assignee : See — 

Goldberg, Aaron S. 
Bunyar, Benn A., Jr., Kansas City, Mo. Surgical brace. 

Burbank, Henry R., 'New York, and B. J. Zenlea. Ozone 
Park, Long Island, assignors to Rockwood & Co., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Chocolate coated edibles. 2,434,987 Jan 27 

Burbank, Henry R„ New York, and B. J. Zenlea, Ozone 
Park Long Island, assignors to Rockwood & Co., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Chocolate coated edibles. 2,457,110, Dec. 28. 

Burby, Philip E., Beverly, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Method for 
use in lasting shoes. 2,455,467, Dec. 7. 

Burch, Cecil R., Clifton, Bristol, assignor to Metropolitan- 
Vickers Electrical Company Limited, London, England. 
Formation of curved surfaces of prescribed figure by 
grinding and/or polishing. 2,435,126, Jan. 27. 

Burch, Charles J., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to The Linde 
Air Products Company. Method of and apparatus for 
working mineral materials and the like. Re. 22 964 
Jan. 20. 

See- 



Well treating apparatus. 
Liquid level indicator. 



Burch Corporation, The, assignee 
Leicy, Walter K 

Burch. Julius G., Borger, Tex. 
2,455,556, Dec. 7. 

Burch, Lyndon W„ Detroit, Mich. 
2,456,617, Dec. 21. 

Burch, Lyndon W.. Pelham, N. Y. Humidity and tem- 
perature responsive device. 2,444,030, June 29. 

Burch, Nathan, Irvington, Ky. Dispensing device for 
Blender articles. 2,434,257, Jan. 13. 

Burcham, Milo, assignor to Lockheed Aircraft Corpora- 
tion, Burbank, Calif. Facilitating the feathering of 
propellers responsive to yaw control. 2,449,104, Sept. 

Burchett, Paul J., Glendale, Calif. Speed control device 
for motor vehicles. 2,450,113, Sept. 28 

Burckhalter, Joseph H. : See — 

Jones, Eldon M., Rawlins, Burckhalter, and Holcomb. 

Burdick Corporation, The, assignee : See — 
Gilson, Warren E. 
Maxson. Rolland H. 
Sturm. Ralph E. 

Burdick, Edwin C., assignor to The Brown Instrument 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Electrical instrument 
follow-up systems. 2,448,575, Sept. 7. 

Burdick, John S., North Muskegon, Mich., and C. S. Fair- 
bank, Madison, N. J., assignors to The Shaw-Walker 
Company, Muskegon, Mich. Typewriter desk for use- 
with dictating machine transcribing devices. Re. 23,025. 
Aug. 17. 

Burdick, Will S., Wauwatosa, assignor to Harnischfeger 
Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. Excavator door mount- 
ing 2,434,902, Jan. 27. 

Burdwood, Howard A., Portland, Maine. Machine for 
stripping covered cables. 2,434,640, Jan. 20. 

Bureau, Achille G., Forest Hills, N. Y. Cardcase. 
2,447,731, Aug. 24. 

Buresh, Francis M., Blandford, Mass., assignor of one-half 
to George F. Buresh, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Machine and 
method for forming fiber webs. 2,451,915, Oct. 19. 

Buresh, George F., assignee: See — 
Buresh, Francis M. 

Burg. Homer L., Dallas City, 111. Brush assembly 
2,443,785, June 22. 

Burgbacher, John C, Bayside, Long Island, assignor to 
Bulova Watch Company, New York, N. Y. Watch stem- 
winding and -setting mechanism. 2,434,390, Jan. 13. 

Burgess, Archie R., St. Louis, Mo. Multiple snap gage. 
2,437,679, Mar. 16. 

Burgess Battery Company, assignee : See — 
Hirtle, Dan W. 
Moir, Thomas G. 

Burgess, Benjamin R. and M. M., Watsonville, Calif. 
Compound for treating produce and making same. 
2,443,224, June 15. 

Burgess, C. J., Liberty, Mo. Deodorizing composition of 
matter for food storage compartments. 2,439,538, Apr. 

Burgess, Charles F., deceased, Bokeelia, Fla., by O. W. 
Storey, Wheaton, 111., trustee. Capillary transducer. 
Re. 22,971, Feb. 10. 
Burgess, Early R., Good Hope, Ga. Coupling. 2,445,385, 

July 20. 
Burgess, Everett IT. : See — 

Lehane, Timothy J., and Burgess. 
Burgess, John E. : See — 

Gerhold, Clarence G., and Burgess. 
Burgess, Millie M. : See — 

Burgess, Benjamin R. and M. M. 
Burgett, Lynn S„ Euclid, assignor to The Clark Controller 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Electromagnetic brake 
mechanisms 2,436,880, Mar. 2. 



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63 



Burhans, William G., Kingston, N. Y. Device for sup- 
pressing objectionable tones in instruments of the violin 
family. 2,444,280, June 29. 

Burk, Paul U. : see — 

Chadwick, George A., and Burk. 

Wright, Carleton H., Chadwick, and Burk. 

Burk, Robert B., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Standard Oil Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Catalytically 
treating hydrocarbons with hydrogen fluoride and boron 
trifluoride in the presence of hydrogen. 2,446,998, Aug. 
17. 

Burk, Robert E., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Standard Oil Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Cracking of 
hydrocarbons. 2,448,015, Aug. 31. 

Burk, Robert E., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The Stand- 
ard Oil Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Preparing an isom- 
erization catalyst for normal paraffins. 2,451,018, 
Oct. 12. 

Burk, Robert E., and E. C. Hughes, Cleveland Heights, 
assignors to The Standard Oil Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Making isopropyl benzene. 2,442,342, June 1. 

Burk, Robert E., and E. C. Hughes, Cleveland Heights, 
assignors to The Standard Oil Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Preparation of a co-precipitated gel catalyst. 
2,451,471, Oct. 19. 

Burke, Byron R., Los Angeles, Calif. Compressor pump. 
2,451,379, Oct. 12. 

Burke, George F. C. : See — 

Knowlton, Cutler D., and Burke. 

Burke, James D., and F. A. Crooks, Los Angeles ; said 
Burke assignor to A. M. Maree, Jr., S. L. Post, S. E. 
Lindahl, and himself, Los Angeles County, Calif. Elec- 
tromagnet with armature. 2,436,354, Feb. 17. 

Burke, James L., Weehawken, N. J. Dialing device. 
2,441,616, May 18. 

Burke, Jerry A., Jr., TJ. S. Navy. Condenser system for 
airplane engines. 2,447,486, Aug. 24. 

Burke, Nelson G., assignee : See — 
Cavanagh, John F. 

Burke, Kachard L., Swarthmore, assignor to Sun Ship- 
building & Dry Dock Company, Chester, Pa. Loading 
ships. 2,451,198, Oct. 12. 

Burke, Vincent D., South Haven, assignor to Abbott- 
Becker Distributing & Manufacturing, Kalamazoo, 
Mich. Connector for electric cables and the like. 
2,448,766, Sept. 7. 

Burke, Virginia A., assignee, et al. : See — 
Moon, Adelle M. 

Burke, Wilbur B., East Cleveland, Ohio. Machine for 
drilling capstan head. 2,456,245, Dec. 14. 

Burke, William O., assignor to National Lock Co., Rock- 
ford, 111. Lift and latch for deep-freeze cabinet lid. 
2,440,734, May 4. 

Burkert, Daniel G., Boyertown, Pa. Combined ash re- 
ceptacle and draft controlling door for domestic water 
heaters, stoves, and the like. 2,452,180, Oct. 26. 

Burkett, John C, Toledo, Ohio. Mallet for preparing meat. 
2,445,872. July 27. 

Burkhard, Charles A. : See — 

Sprung, Murray M., and Burkhard. 

Burkhard, Charles A., Alplaus, and W. I. Patnode, Sche- 
nectady, N. J., assignors to General Electric Company. 
Stabilizing methyl-substituted polysiloxanes. 2,437,501, 
Mar. 9. 

Burkhardt, George R., Chicago, 111. Noble gas metallurgy. 
2,450,081, Sept. 28. 

Burkhart, Raymond A., and W. M. Finlayson, Pittsburgh, 
Pa., assignors to Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation. 
Method and apparatus for cooling and lubricating bear- 
ings. 2,438,385, Mar. 23. 

Burkhart, Robert J., Nutley, N. J. Antiskid device. 
2,452,831, Nov. 2. 

Burkholder, Alden H., assignor to Industrial Rayon Corpo- 
ration, Cleveland, Ohio. Apparatus for coordinating 
the operating rate of forming thread with the drawing 
thereof. 2,454,731, Nov. 23. 

Burkholder, John D., Jr., Harrisonburg, Va. Brooder. 
2,452,900, Nov. 2. 

Burkholder, John D., Jr., Harrisonburg, Va. Poultry 
house. 2,456,489, Dec. 14. 

Burkholz, Joseph, Brooklyn, N. Y. Glove. 2,443,375, 
June 15. 

Burkitt, Henry L. : See — 

Schifter, Joseph, and Burkitt. 

Burks, George E., Peoria, 111., assignor to Caterpillar 
Tractor Co., San Leandro, Calif. Liquid collecting and 
directing means. 2,446,631, Aug. 10. 

Burks, George E., Peoria, 111., assignor to Caterpillar 
Tractor Co., San Leandro, Calif. Bearing mounting for 
drive sprockets of track type tractors. 2,453,360, 
Nov. 9. 

Burleigh, Arthur C, Wellesley, Mass. Sanding or rubbing 
machine. 2,437,152, Mar. 2. 

Burleson, Ambrose L., Berkeley, Calif. Rotary drum 
filter. 2,454,134, Nov. 16. 

Burley, George D., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Fram Corporation, East Providence, 
R. I. Cell type filter element. 2,457,122, Dec. 28. 

Burlin, Leslie fi., Valparaiso, Ind., assignor to M. L. 
Sturm, Evanston, doing business as Milton Sturm & 
Company, Chicago, 111. Toy gymnasium for baby cribs. 
2,437,241. Mar. 9. 

Burling, Eatherl O. : See — 

Gause, Marvin B., and Burling. 



Burlingame, Ernest D., Eggertsville, R. W. Carlson, Depew, 
M. G. Nicholson, Jr., Snyder, and M. C. Scott, Lancaster, 
assignors to Colonial Radio Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Protection of thyratron in impulse generating circuits. 
2,438,962, Apr. 6. 

Burlington Mills Corporation, assignee : See — 
Cobert, Arthur J. 
Lathan, James R., and Comer. 

Burman & Sons Limited, assignee : See — 
Briggs, Walter H. 

Burn, Lewis, London, England. Pumping device for 
liquids. 2,445,205, July 13. 

Burndy Engineering Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Dupre, Henry P. 
Ge Wertz. Arthur L. 
Paucek, Andrew J. 
Rogoff, Julian. 

Burner, Bingham F., Arlington, Va. Rod clamp tool. 
2,455,557, Dec. 7. 

Burney, Donald E. : See — 

D'Ouville, Edmond L., and Burney. 

Burney, Milton, Austin, Tex. Refrigerating apparatus for 
cold storage cabinets. 2,450,114, Sept. 28. 

Burnham, John, Williamstown, assignor to Sprague Elec- 
tric Company, North Adams, Mass. Electrolytic con- 
denser. 2,444,725, July 6. 

Burns, Andrew K., Narberth, Pa., assignor to Chrontroller 
Corporation, Newport, N. H. Time switch. 2,453,193, 
Nov. 9. 

Burns, Arthur E., Jr. : See — 
Trent, Floyd E., and Burns. 

Burns, Bruce, West Los Angeles, assignor to The Garrett 
Corporation, Airesearch Manufacturing Company divi- 
sion, Los Angeles, Calif. Capillary dip brazing process. 
2,443,574, June 15. 

Burns, Cloyd E., Stamford, Conn. Punching machine. 
2,435,574, Feb. 10. 

Burns, Denis O. : See — 

Kelk, William H. H, and Burns. 

Burns, Frank D., Long Beach, assignor to The Hays Cor- 
poration, Michigan City, Ind. Adjustable cam. 
2,438,202, Mar. 23. 

Burns, Frank D., Long Beach, assignor to The Hays Cor- 
poration, Michigan City, Ind. Apparatus for calibrating 
fluid pressure gauges. 2,446,740, Aug. 10. 

Burns, Fred J., Saginaw, Mich., assignor to The Colum- 
bia Mills, Inc., New York, N. Y. Holddown bracket. 
2,449,275, Sept. 14. 

Burns, Fred J., Saginaw, Mich., assignor to The Columbia 
Mills, Inc., New York, N. Y. Cord lock and bracket. 
2,449,583, Sept. 21. 

Burns, Fred J., Saginaw, Mich., assignor to The Columbia 
Mills. Inc., New York, N. Y. Venetian blind head box. 
2,454,550, Nov. 23. 

Burns, Henry L., Yellow Springs, Ohio. Resilient seat 
cushion. 2,434.641. Jan. 20. 

Burns, Henry L., Yellow Springs, Ohio. Automatic con- 
trol system for high altitude pressure suits. 2,449,548, 
Sept. 21. 

Burns, Henry L., Yellow Springs, Ohio, and J. H. Thomas, 
Minneapolis, Minn. Leak detector. 2,449,053, Sept. 14. 

Burns, Jake D., Richmond, Calif. Welding line reel switch. 
2,453,407, Nov. 9. 

Burns, John R., and J. M. Whitmore, Indianapolis, Ind 
assignors to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich' 
Detonation pickup. 2,435,031, Jan. 27. 

Burns, Joseph R., Millbourne, Pa. ; T. A. Foulke, executor 
of said Joseph R. Burns, deceased. Binding implement. 
2,454,135, Nov. 16. 

Burns, Laurence : See — 

Casellini, Ezio T., and Burns. 

Burns, Laurence, Swampscott, assignor to Sylvania Elec- 
tric Products Inc., Salem, Mass. Nonactinic fluorescent 
lamp. 2,452,518, Oct. 26. 

Burns, Robert : See — 

Boettler, Jacob R., and Burns. 

Burns, Robert J., assignor to Lockheed Aircraft Corpora- 
tion, Burbank, Calif. Water-thinned paints. 2,443,067, 
June 8. 

Burns, Walter, Munger, Mieh. Seed potato cutter. 
2,456,172, Dec. 14. 

Burns, William C, Santa Ana, Calif. Body weight dis- 
tributing shoe pad construction. 2,434,258, Jan. 13. 

Burns, William H. : See — 

Watson, Gavin, Burns, and Galanty. 

Burnside, Don G. : See — 

Nergaard, Leon S., Burnside, and Pensak. 

Burnside, Don G., Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Electron discharge device for 
ultra high frequencies. 2,456,579, Dec. 14. 

BurofC, Alvin F., Columbus, Wis. Machine for slicing 
cheese, or the like, in various shapes and sizes. 
2,439,840, Apr. 20. 
' Burrell, Forrest B. : See — 

Martin, John R., and Burrell. 

Burrell, George G., and A. L. Hulshizer, assignors to Seal- 
tight Corporation, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Moisture shield 
for spark plugs. 2,436,712, Feb. 24. 

Burrell, George G. and L. ; said L. Burrell assignor to 
K. P. Burrell, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Spark plug shield. 
2,447,157, Aug. 17. 

Burrell, Harry : See — 

Barth, Robert H., and Burrell. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Load leveler for 



Burrell, Harry, Paramus, and C. J. Vander Valk, Clifton, 
N. J., assignors to Heyden Chemical Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Luminescent coated articles. 2,441,559, 
May 18. 

Burrell, James H., and P. E. Richey, Rocky Ford, Colo. 
Power take-off device. 2,450,080, Sept. 28. 

Burrell, Kittie P., assignee : See — 
Burrell, George and L. 

Burrell, Leo : See — 

Burrell, George G. and L. 

Burrell Tecnmcal Supply Company, assignee : See — 
Carlson, George W. 

Burrell, William E., Portland, Oreg. Flange oiler. 
2,441,685, May 18. 

Burri, Ernst, assignor to Inpaco A.-G., Zurich, Switzer- 
land. Device for supporting workpieces to be tooled. 
2,447,562, Aug. 24. 

Burritt, Walter L., Omaha, Nebr. Tubular fence post con- 
struction. 2,452,630, Nov. 2. 

Burroughs Adding Machine Company, assignee : See — 
Fettig, Arthur J. 
Muller, Robert L. 

Burroughs, Eugene W., Sr., Norfolk, W. J. Byrd, Suffolk, 
and M. P. Seawell, Norfolk, Va. Trolley for electric 
cranes. 2,457,443, Dec. 28. 

Burroughs, Franklin L., assignor to Sylvania Electric 
Products Inc., Emporium, Pa. Frequency modulation 
at ultra high frequencies. 2,450,182, Sept. 28. 

Burroughs, Gordon S., Forest Hills, assignor to Federal 
Telephone and Radio Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Direction finding antenna system. 2,454,768, Nov. 30. 

Burroughs, Louis R., assignor to Electro-Voice Manu- 
facturing Co., Inc., South Bend, Ind. Balanced granu- 
lar microphone. 2,435,920. Feb. 10. 

Burroughs, Robert E., Washington, D. C, assignor to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Magnetic field 
measuring device. 2,437,374, Mar. 9. 

Burroughs, Samuel G., Pittsburgh, assignor to Pennsyl- 
vania Industrial Chemical Corporation, Clairton, Pa. 
Making styrene resin. 2,455,225, Nov. 30. 

Burroughs Wellcome & Co. (USA) Inc., assignee: See — 
Baltzly, Richard, and Lorz. 
Hitchings, George H. 

Burrow, Bob, Maricopa County, Ariz, 
power scoops. 2,455,160, Nov. 30. 

Burrowes, John B. : See — 

Ganger, Karl M., and Burrowes. 

Burrows, Edwin N., Detroit, Mich. Collapsible and ad- 
justable filter and strainer. 2,456,912, Dec. 21. 

Burrows, Glen A., Charlotte, N. C. Leg brace. 2,456,046, 
Dec. 14. 

Burrows, Harry : See — 
Tomlin, George M. 

Burrows, Lawton A. : Bee — 

Wester, Alfred B., Burrows, and Johnson. 

Burrows, Lawton A., Mendenhall, Pa. and M. F. Fuller, 
Woodbury, N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Preparation of mono- 
chloracetic acid. 2,455,405, Dec. 7. 

Burrows, Ralph C, assignee : See — 
Abbott, Scott M. 

Burrus, Paul B., and Merton C. Leinberger, Dayton, Ohio, 
assignor, by mesne assignments, to Worthington Pump 
and Machinery Corporation. Cam. 2,451,802, Oct. 19. 

Burrus, Robert E., assignor to Clark Equipment Company, 
Buchanan, Mich. Drive means for vehicles. 2,443,720. 
June 22. 

Burruss, Walter H., assignor to Columbia River Packers 
Association, Inc., Astoria, Oreg. Bait tank. 2,438,739, 
Mar. 30. 

Burstiner, Jack, New York, N. Y. Confection package. 
2,451,318, Oct. 12. 

Burt, Clarence E., Pasadena, assignor to Grant Oil Tool 
Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Pressure release. 
2,453,891, Nov. 16. 

Burt, F. M., Company, Inc., assignees : See — 
Nvden, Robert, and Dickerman. 

Burt, Guy H. : See — 

Burt, Harry M., and G. H. 

Burt, Guy H., assignee, et al. : 
Dansereau, Charles E. 
Dansereau, George H. 
Richardson, Arthur A. 

Burl, Uuy II., Edgewood, assignor to H. M. and G. H. 
Burt, doing business as The Lloyd Products Company, 
Providence, R. I. Lamp holder for fluorescent lamps. 
2,441,929, May 18. 

Burt, Harry M., assignee, et al. 
Burt, Guy H. 
Dansereau, Charles E. 
Dansereau. George H. 
Richardson, Arthur A. 

Burt, Harry M., Narnigansett, and G. H. Burt, Edge- 
wood, R. I. Fabricating contacts for fluorescent 
starter switches. 2,434,905, Jan. 27. 

Burt, John C, Oakland, Calif. Garment hanger bin. 
2,454.858, Nov. 30. 

Burt, Ralph, assignor to Syntron Company, Homer City, 
Pa. Expansible chamber fluid motor with piston 
actuated valve and pressure absorbing flexible envelope 
In cylinder. 2,447,311, Aug. 17. 

Burt, Ralph, assignor to Syntron Company, Homer City, 
Pa. Expansible chamber motor with piston actuated 
valve for jolting machines. 2,447,312, Aug. 17. 



See — 



See — 



Burt, Robert C, Pasadena, assignor to Lockheed Aircraft 
Corporation, Burbank, Calif. Compass. 2,446,258, 
Aug. 3. 

Burtle, Jerome G., and W. H. Brandt, Alton, 111., assignors 
to Olin Industries, Inc. Cyclonite purification. 
2,439,648, Apr. 13. 

Burton, Clyde E., Overton, Tex. Safety locking device for 
sucker rod couplings. 2,438,313, Mar. 23. 

Burton, Donald : See — 

Alexander, James R., Burton, and Hausmann. 

Burton, Everett T., Millburn, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Cir- 
cuit arrangement utilizing a plurality of electron dis- 
charge devices. 2,434,259, Jan. 13. 

Burton, George C, Washington, D. C. Tie rack. 2,452,727, 
Nov. 2. 

Burton, John J. : See — 

Little, Kenneth B., and Burton. 

Burton, John L., assignee: See — 
Perkins, Alwin E. 

Burton, Lawrence A. : See — 

Crever, Frederick E., and Burton. 

Burton, Perry H., Baltimore, Md., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Ap- 
paratus for applying tags to articles. 2,440,040, Apr. 
20. 

Burton, Samuel, Los Angeles, Calif. Shirt collar con- 
struction. 2,449,584, Sept. 21. 

Burton, Thomas F., Brentwood, Mo. Elastic band pro- 
jector and cap exploder. 2,455,558, Dec. 7. 

Burt-Wells, Sidney G., assignor to Triumph Dishwashers 
Limited, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Dish washing ma- 
chine having automatic inlet control. 2,443,414, June 
15. 

Bury Manufacturing Company, The, assignee : See — 
Beetson, Geoffrey H. 

Bury Paul A. : See*— 

Calvert, Francis E., and Bury. 

Busby, Lewis L., Cheney, Wash. Rigid jaw wrench with 
insertable auxiliary socket. 2,445,905, July 27. 

Busby, Luther W„ Manhattan Beach, Calif. Denture 
stress reliever. 2,457,529, Dec. 28. 

Buscarino, James, New York, N. Y. Dental floss holder. 
2,443,415, June 15. 

Busch, Frank B., Toledo, Ohio. Pipe coupling. 2,442,034, 
May 25. 

Busch, Fred, Wauwatosa, and A. J. Nelson, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to Milsteel Products Co., Milwaukee, 
Wis. Steam press iron and steam baffle and separator 
therefor. 2,456,490, Dec. 14. 

Busch, Fred W., and C. H. Drewes, assignors to Milsteel 
Products Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Steam separator for 
steam irons. 2,441,916, May 18. 

Buschmann, Oskar H., assignor to Copeland Refrigeration 
Corporation, Sidney, Ohio. Compressor valve. 2,434,734, 
Jan. 20. 

Bush, A. G., assignee : See — 
Criner, Harry J. 

Bush, Alonzo O., assignor to Norton Company, Worcester, 
Mass. Grinding wheel chuck. 2,450,230, Sept. 28. 

Bush, Burton T., Inc., assignee : See — 
Carpenter, Marion S., and Easter. 
Gump, William S. 
Kitchens, Garry C. 
Luthy, Max, and Gump. 
Peppel, William J. 

Bush, George L., Flushing, assignor to The Telereglster 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Magnetic lock relay. 
2,447,632, Aug. 24. 

Bush, Herman, Union City, N. J. Mechanical toy. 
2,454,375, Nov. 23. 

Bush, Homer H., Atlanta, Ga. Parachute release. 
2,452,990, Nov. 2. 

Bush, Paine L., Dallas, Tex. Unitary clamp for friction- 
ally held multiple surfaces. 2,444,727, July 6. 

Bush, Ralph R., Upper Darby, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Circuit breaker operating means. 
2,436,194, Feb. 17. 

Bush, Ruth L., assignee : See — 
Edens, James S. 

Bushby, David, assignor to Vacuum Air Pressure Com- 
pany Limited, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. Piston, 
expander. 2,455,728, Dec. 7. 

Bushev, George E., St. Albans, Vt. Pack carrier. 
2,456,253, Dec. 14. 

Bushman, Frederick P., Vallejo, Calif. Automatic 
lighter. 2.438,632, Mar. 30. 

Busignies. Henri G., Forest Hills, N. Y., assignor to 
Federal Telephone and Radio Corporation, Newark, N. J. 
Phase shifting arrangement. 2,434,904, Jan. 27. 

Busignies, Henri G., Forest Hills, assignor to International 
Standard Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. Elec- 
tromagnetic wave obstacle detection system. 2,444,031, 
June 29. 

Busignies, Henri, G., Forest Hills, N. Y., assignor to Fed- 
enil Telephone and Radio Corporation, Newark, N. J. 
Antenna array. 2,444,425, July 6. 

Busignies, Henri G., Forest Hills, assignor to Federal 
Telephone and Radio Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Repeater control system. 2,444,426, July 6. 

Busignies. Henri G., Forest Hills, assignor to Federal 
Telephone and Radio Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Instrument landing system. 2,448,016, Aug. 31. 



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Busignies, Henri G., Forest Hills, assignor to Interna- 
tional Standard Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Tridimensional obstacle detection system. 2,449,976, 
Sept. 28. 

Busignies, Henri G., Forest Hills, assignor to Federal 
Telephone and Radio Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Location indicating system. 2,449,977, Sept. 28. 

Busignies, Henri G., Forest Hills, and L. A. de Rosa, West 
Brighton, Staten Island, assignors to Federal Telephone 
and Radio Corporation, New York, N. Y. Gas filled tube. 
2,444,427, July 6. 

Busignies, Henri G., Forest Hills, and N. Marchand, 
New York, assignors to Federal Telephone and Radio 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Antenna system. 
2,448,017, Aug. 31. 

Busignies, Henri G., Forest Hills, and J. L. Allison, as- 
signors to Federal Telephone and Radio Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Direction finder. 2,452,546, Nov. 2. 

Busignies, Henri G., Forest Hills, T. H. Clark, New York, 
and A. G. Everhart, Islip, N. Y., assignors to Federal 
Telephone and Radio Corporation, Newark, N. J. Cou- 
pling arrangement. 2,457,123, Dec. 28. 

Businger, Albert, Basel, Switzerland, assignor to Hoff- 
mann-La Roche Inc., Nutley, N. J. Bicyclic sulfur com- 
pounds and manufacture thereof. 2,436,851, Mar. 2. 

Busnel, Francoise A. M., Lyon, France, assignor to Inter- 
national Standard Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Piezoelectric crystal support. 2,454,769, Nov. 30. 

Buss, Hadley N., Detroit, Mich. Planer construction. 
2,449,201, Sept. 14. 

Bussert, Clarence, assignee : See — 
Hamlet, Darrel P. 

Bussey, William H., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to R. L. Kahn, trustee. Vacuum tube volt- 
meter. 2,436,741, Feb. 24. 

Bussey, William H., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to R. L. Kahn, trustee. Line cord trans- 
former. 2,436,742, Feb. 24. 

Bussey, William H., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to R. L. Kahn, trustee. Amplifying coupling 
between a low resistance source and a high resistance 
circuit. 2,439,072, Apr. 6. 

Bussey, William H., Chicago, 111., assignor to The Bristol 
Company, Waterbury, Conn. Method and apparatus 
for determining the magnitude of a condition. 2,444,726, 
July 6. 

Bussey, William H., Chicago, assignor to R. L. Kahn, 
trustee, Glencoe, 111. Grid structure for electron dis- 
charge tubes. 2,447,796, Aug. 24. 

Bussiere, Wolcott H., Pittsfield, Mass. Roving catcher. 
2,442,162, May 25. 

Bussman, Aloysius B., St. Louis, Mo. Fence knob. 

2.434.391, Jan. 13. 

Butch, Adam F., Lawrence County, Pa. Support and trac- 
tion of implements. 2,445,472, July 20. 

Butcher, Alfred, assignor to Gulf Oil Corporation, Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Liquid clarifying apparatus. 2,452,991, 
Nov. 2. J 

Butcher, Ernest D., Jr., Houston, Tex. Tank cleaning 
method. 2,443,721, June 22. 

Butcosk, Richard A., New Orleans, La., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Shell Development Company, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. Woterproofing of lubricating greases. 
2,445,936, July 27. 

Butenandt, Adolph, Berlin-Dahlem, Germany, assignor to 
Schering Corporation, Bloomfield, N. J. Ai-Androsten- 
dione and making the same. 2,441,560, May 18. 

Butler, Bill E., and E. A. Shaw, Shreveport, La. Metal 
screen. 2,445,262, July 13. 

Butler Brothers, assignee : See — 
Amstutz, Walter. 
Wegeum, Gust. 

Butler, Burton B., Oak Park, assignor to C. M. Drink- 
water & Company, Chicago, 111. Starch tray. 2,443,341, 
June 15. 

Butler, Cornelius V. : See — ■ 

Duhaime, Sidney J., and Butler. 

Butler, Edgar M., New Orleans, La. Electrolytic water 
correction device. 2,451.064, Oct. 12. 

Butler, Edgar M., New Orleans, La. Electrolytic water 
correction device. 2,451,065, Oct. 12. 

Butler, Edgar M., New Orleans, La. Electrolytic water 
correction device. 2,451,066, Oct. 12. 

Butler, Edgar M., New Orleans, La. Self-energizing elec- 
trolytic water correction device. 2,451,067, Oct. 12. 

Butler, Edgar M., New Orleans, La. Electrolytic water 
correction device for insertion in circulatory systems. 
2,451,068, Oct. 12. 

Butler, Ernest H., Arlington, Va. Hairpin. 2,437,502. 
Mar. 9. 

Butler, Henry E., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Lamp cutout. 2.443,442. June 15 s 

Butler, Henry J., Beechcroft, Sutton Coldfield, assignor 
to Dunlop Rubber Company Limited, London County, 
England. Fluid pressure operated brake and the like. 
2,449,802, Sept. 21. 

Butler, Henry J., Sutton Coldfield, assignor to Dunlop 
Rubber Company Limited, County of London, England. 
Fluid pressure brake apparatus. 2,457,344, Dec. 28. 

Butler, Howard, Walsall, England. Zero meter adjuster. 

2.440.392, Apr. 27. 

Butler Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 
Cooperider, Noel L. 
Myers, Harold C. 

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Butler, Matthew B., assignee : See 
Graves, Michael, and Lankovski. 

Butler, William F. : See — 

Cutter, Fred A., and Butler. 
Butler, William F., Hillside, N. J., assignor to American 
Can Company, New York, N. Y. Heat-treating ma- 
chine. 2,448,514, Sept. 7. 

Butler, William H., Bloomfield, N. J., assignor to Bakelite 
Corporation. Emulsions containing a drying oil-ester 
resin copolymer. 2,437,293, Mar. 9. 

Butler, William H, Bloomfield, N. J., assignor to Bakelite 
Corporation. Coating composition of fatty drying oils 
reacted with fatty acid modified polyhydric alcohol 
esters of cyclopentadiene maleic adduct. 2,452,992, 
Nov. 2. 

Butow, Douglas L., Evanston, 111. Hydraulic torque con- 
version apparatus. 2,452,290, Oct. 26. 

Butsch, Paul V. : See — 

Clayton, William J., and Butsch. 

Butt, Charles A., Atlanta, Ga., assignor to International 
Minerals & Chemical Corporation, Chicago, 111. Manu- 
facture of defluorinated tricalcium phosphate. 2,442 969 
June 8. 

Butt, Charles S., Jr. : See — 

Kemmer, Paul H., Reichert, and Butt. 

Butterbaugh, Darrel J. : See — 

Spence, Le Roy U., Butterbaugh, and Kundiger. 

Butterbaugh, Darrel J., Abington, and L. U. Spence, 
Elkins Park, assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Silica-magnesia catalyst and prep- 
aration thereof. 2,447,181, Aug. 17. 

Butterfield, George P., Des Plaines, and L. A. Thome, 
Chicago, 111., assignors to American Seal-Kap Corpora- 
tion of Delaware, Wilmington, Del. Treating lactal- 
bumin. 2,457,642, Dec. 28. 

Butterfield, Harry : See — 

Pityo, Albert F., and Butterfield. 

Pityo, Albert F., Butterfield, and Warner. 

Butterfield, John P., assignor to Chrysler Corporation. 
Highland Park, Mich. Seal construction. 2,439,073, 
Apr. 6. 

Butterfield, John P., assignor to Chrysler Corporation, 
Highland Park, Mich. Drive construction. 2,442,838, 
June 8. 

Butterfield, John P., assignor to Chrysler Corporation, 
Highland Park, Mich. Supporting structure for bear- 
ings for piston-connected shafts. 2,442,917, June 8 

Butterfield, Melvin D., Wichita, Kans. Tire recapping 
machine. 2,444,898, July 6. 

Buttery, Kenneth T., assignor to Sutherland Paper Com- 
pany, Kalamazoo, Migh. Display easel. 2,441,395, 
May 11. 

Buttery, KenDeth T., assignor to Sutherland Paper Com- 
pany, Kalamazoo, Mich. Collapsible covered container 
or box. 2,447,563, Aug. 24. 

Buttrey, Ronald N., assignor to Cooke & Ferguson Limited, 
Openshaw, Manchester, England. Electric circuit 
breaker. 2,439,126, Apr. 6. 

Buttner, Arnold, Flushing, N. Y. Switch control device. 
2,455,161, Nov. 30. 

Buttner, William C, Winnetka, assignor to The Bastian 
Blessing Co., Chicago, 111. Fill indicator. 2,440,230, 
Apr. 20. 

Buttner, William C, Winnetka, assignor to The Bastian- 
Blessing Co., Chicago, 111. Liquefied gas dispensing 
apparatus. 2,450,824, Oct. 5. 

Buttner, William C., Winnetka, and H. E. Allshouse, 
assignors to The Bastian-Blessing Co., Chicago, 111. 
Carbonated water dispenser. 2,450,825, Oct. 5. 

Buttner, William C, Winnetka, and H. L. Norway, Evans- 
ton, assignors to The Bastian Blessing Co., Chicago, 
111. Gas dispensing system. 2,453,968, Nov. 16. 

Buttner, William C, Evanston, and S. L. Sundstrom, as- 
signors to The Bastian-Blessing Company, Chicago, 111. 
Fitting. 2,456,913, Dec. 21. 

Buttress, George A., Los Angeles, Calif. Lath board. 
2,455,016, Nov. 30. 

Butzner, James I. : See — 

Payne, John W., Simpson, and Butzner. 

Buurman, Aart, Yelp, Netherlands, assignor to American 
Enka Corporation, Enka, N. C. Making a solution of 
cellulose. 2,444,022, June 29. 

Buxton, Frank E., Wellesley, Mass. Crossarm for trans- 
mission wires. 2,437,375, Mar. 9. 

Buxton, Frederick L., Burbank, Calif. Hanger. 2,454,908, 
Nov. 30. 

Buxton, Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Barton, George. 
Broughton, Douglas J. 
Hawes, George R. 

Buxton, James E., Elmira, assignor to Bendix Aviation 
Corporation, Elmira Heights, N. Y. Engine starter. 
2,446,458, Aug. 3. 

Buxton, James E., Elmira, N. Y., assignor to Bendix Avia- 
tion Corporation. Engine starter gearing. 2,446,808, 
Aug. 10. 

Buxton, James E., Elmira, assignor to Bendix Aviation 
Corporation, Elmira, N. Y. Engine starter. 2,450,231, 
Sept. 28. 

Buxton, James E., Elmira, N. Y., assignor to Bendix Avia- 
tion Corporation. Engine starting gearing. 2,453,657, 
Nov. 9. 



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Buxton, James E., Elmira, N. Y., assignor to Bendix Avia- 
tion Corporation. Engine starter gearing. 2,455,327, 
Nov. 30. 

Buxton, James E., Elmira, N. Y., assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation. Engine starter gearing and con- 
trol. 2,455,328, Nov. 30. 

Buxton, Loran O., Newark, assignor to Nopco Chemical 
Company, Harrison, N. J. Fat-soluble vitamin concen- 
trates. 2,434.788. Jan. 20. 

Buxton, Loran O., Newark, assignor to Nopco Chemical 
Company, Harrison, N. J. Fractionation of marine oils. 
2,434,789, Jan. 20. 

Buxton, Loran O., Newark, and C. E. Dryden, East 
Orange, assignors to Nopco Chemical Company, Harri- 
son, N. J. Stabilizing fatty materials. 2,434,790, 
Jan. 20. 

Buyken, Frank E. : See — 

Fredrich, Edwin T., Mitchell, and Buyken. 

Buzzell, Harold O., Wollaston, assignor to Polaroid Cor- 
poration, Cambridge, Mass. Light polarizing headlight 
lamination. 2,453,194, Nov. 9. 

Bybee, Byrom G. : See — 

Bybee, Howard G. and B. G. 

Bybee, Howard G. and B. G., Ontario, Oreg. Weeder 
attachment for cultivators and the like. 2,446,259, 
Aug. 3. 

Byers, John R., Jr. : See — 

Dickey, Joseph B., Byers, and McNally. 

Byers, Lawrence, Homeworth, Ohio. Sack holder. 
2 455 729 Dec. 7. 

Byers, Ralph J.,' Chicago, 111., and M. B. Christian, Tal- 
lulah, La., assignors to Chicago Mill and Lumber Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Making paper-covered veneer. 
2,442,115, May 25. 

Byler, William H., Morris Plains, and C. C. Carroll, Madi- 
son, N Y., assignors to United States Radium Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. X-ray screen. 2,454,499, Nov. 23. 

Bylund, Eric, Genoa, 111., assignor to John Oster Manu- 
facturing Company, Racine, Wis. Brush mounting for 
electric motors. 2,454,909, Nov. 30. 

Bynum, Pink T., Beeville, Tex. Bailer. 2,445,206, 
July 13. , ., 

Byram, Frederick C, Springfield, Ohio. Pumping volatile 
liquids. 2,451,151, Oct. 12. 

Byrd, William J. : See — 

Burroughs, Eugene, Jr., Byrd, and Seawell. 

Byrene, Maurice E., United States Army, Lewiston, Idaho. 
Sweep circuit for cathode-ray tubes. 2,449,549, Sept. 
21. 

Byrkit, Gordon D. : See — * 

Lincoln, Bert H., and Byrkit. 
Lincoln. Bert H., Byrkit, and Steiner. 

Byrkit, Gordon D., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Lubrizol Development Corporation, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Lubricating oil addition agent. 
2,449,547, Sept. 21. 

Byrne, John F., Wellesley Hills, Mass., assignor to the 
United States of America as represented by the Secre- 
tary of War. System for aligning receiver and trans- 
mitter circuits. 2,447,392, Aug. 17. 

Byrne, Joseph E. : See — 

Sauter, Joseph H., and Byrne. 

Byrne, Joseph F., Hove, and P. S. Powling, London, 
England. Extraction and preparation of agar. 
2.439,9«4. Apr. 20. 

Byrnes, Clarence P., Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Die drawing 
of hollow glass blanks. 2,450,115, Sept. 28. 

Byrns, Alva C, Los Altos, assignor to Union Oil Company 
of California, Los Angeles, Calif. 1, 3-Diketones. 
2,453.019, Nov. 9. 

Byrns, Alva C, Oakland, assignor to Union Oil Company 
of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Catalytic reforming 
of hydrocarbon mixtures. 2,445,345, July 20. 

Byrns, Alva C., Palos Verdes Estates, assignor to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Pro- 
duction of synthetic isoparaffinic oil. 2,435,708, Feb. 
10. 

Byron Jackson Co., assignee : See — 
Blom, Carl J. 
Lundeen, Chester A. 

Bywater, William G. : See — 

Cheney, Lee C, and Bywater. 

C. A. V. Limited, assignee: See — 
Curzon, Thomas. 

C-Eight Laboratories, assignee : See — 
Caruso, Mario. 

C. H. C. Patent Corporation, assignee : See — 
Harkncss, Travis O. 

C-O-Two Fire Equipment Co., assignee: Sec — 

Calmsnc, Clarence N., and Allen. 
C-O-Two Fire Equipment Company, assignee : See — 

Allen, Frank B. • 

Cabes, Lucien A. P>. : See — 

Den Hertog. Martlnus, and Cabes. 
Kruitliof, Jacob, and Cabes. 

Cabes, Lucien A. B., Antwerp, Belgium, assignor to Inter- 
national Standard Electric Corporation, New York. 
N. Y. Identification circuit arrangement for automatic 
or semiautomatic telephone systems. 2,454,770, Nov. 
30. 

Cabot, Godfrey L.. Inc., assignee: See — 
Amon. Fred H. and Thornhill. 



Cade, Phillip J., assignor to Photoswitch, Incorporated, 
Cambridge, Mass. Electron discharge device. 2,444,915, 
July 13. 

Cadenas, Fernando J., Forest Hills, N. Y., assignor to 
Sylvania Electric Products Inc., Emporium, Pa. X-ray 
film viewer. 2,436,162, Feb. 17. 

Cadenhead, Thomas M., Waycross, Ga. Burglar alarm. 
2,443,553, June 15. 

Cadillac Gage Company, assignee : See — 
Bauer, Russell E. 

Cadman, Norman G., London, England, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Westinghouse Air Brake 
Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Air-drying apparatus. 
2,440,326, Apr. 27. 

Cadot, Henry M., Greenville, and W. B. Clark, assignors 
to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Spray drying dimethylolurea. 2,436,355, Feb. 17. 

Cadous, Esther, New York, N. Y. Brassiere. 2,443,225, 
June 15. 

Cadwallader, Robert, Detroit, assignor to Chrysler Cor- 
poration, Highland Park, Mich. Mounting structure for 
windows. 2,449,875, Sept. 21. 

Cady, George H., Providence, and E. W. Adams, assignors 
to Cranston Print Works Company, Cranston, R. I. 
Stopping mechanism for textile apparatus. 2,452,223, 
Oct. 26. 

Caesar, Orville S., Barrington, 111. Neuropathic aid. 
2,440,894, May 4. 

Caesar, Philip D., Champaign, 111., assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated. Alkyl thiophene- 
aldehyde synthetic resins. 2,453,086, Nov. 2. 

Caesar, Philip D., Wenonah, and A. N. Sachanen. Wood- 
bury, N. J., assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, 
Incorporated. Alkylation of thiophene. 2,448,211, 
Aug. 31. 

Caesar, Philip D., Champaign, 111., and A. N. Sachanen, 
Woodbury, N. J., assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Com- 
pany, Incorporated. Thiophene - aldehyde synthetic 
resins. 2,453,085, Nov. 2. 

Caffese, Joseph, Stockton, Calif. Cultivator disc support- 
ing assembly. 2,439,449, Apr. 13. 

Cahenzli, Martin T., Jr., assignor to The Harry Alter Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Combination metering device and 
heat exchanger for refrigerators. 2,455,298, Nov. 30. 

Cahill, James E., U. S. Navy, Trenton, N. J. Reciprocat- 
ing bender with pivoted side shapers. 2,443,596, June 
22. 

Cahill. Lysle D„ Shaker Heights, and V. T. Uber, Wil- 
loughby, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Jack tc 
Heintz Precision Industries, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Air pressure gauge. 2,446,632, Aug. 10. 

Cahn, Frank J., assignor to The Emulsol Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Esters of alcohol nontertiary amines. 
2,449,926, Sept. 21. 

Cahn, Leo, Forest Hills, assignor to Consolidated Litho- 
graphing Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Affixing labels, 
wraps, etc. 2,435,267, Feb. 3. 

Cahners, Norman L., Newton, Mass. Fiberboard portable 
platform. 2,444,183, June 29. 

Cahners, Norman L., Brewer, Maine. Expendable plat- 
form. 2,444,184, June 29. 

Cahoon, Edward F. : See — 

Lauder, Wallace A., and Cahoon. 

Cahusac, Clarence N., Newark, and F. B. Allen, Verona, 
assignors to C-O-Two Fire Equipment Co., Newark, N. J. 
Multiple smoke detector. 2,437,071, Mar. 2. 

Cain, Robert M., assignor to Wilcox-Gay Corporation, 
Charlotte, Mich. Tone arm mounting. 2,434,033, Jan. 6. 

Cairns, Edward, Montclair, N. J. Blocking apparatus for 
forming crowns of headgear and other articles. 
2,440,845, May 4. 

Cairns, John E. I., Chalfont-St.-Peter, and C. D. Docherty, 
assignors to Electric & Musical Industries Limited, 
Hayes, England. Chuck. 2,456,914, Dec. 21. 

Cairns, Theodore L., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Polyamides. 
2,441,057, May 4. 

Cairns, Theodore L., Roselle, and D. M. McQueen, Newark, 
assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wil- 
mington, Del. Photographic emulsions of silver salts 
in hydrophilic polymers of 1,3-dioxolane. 2,436,138, 
Feb. 17. 

Cairns, Theodore L., and R. M. Joyce, Jr., assignors to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Polymerized tetramethylethylene oxide. 2,455,912, 
Dec. 14. 

Cairns, Thomas W., National City, assignor to Solar Air- 
craft Company, San Diego, Calif. Bubble cap structure. 
2,438,536, Mar. 30. 

Calcott, Walter C, assignor to Chicago Metal Hose Cor- 
poration, Maywood, 111. Hose coupling. 2,438,472, 
Mar. 23. 

Calder, John M.. assignor to Boston Machine Works Com- 
pany. Lynn. Mass. Taping and seam pressing machine. 
2,442,035, May 25. 

Caldow, Alexander W., Chicago, 111. Safety for firearms. 
2,453,683, Nov. 9. 

Caldwell, Hamilton P., Jr., Woodbury, N. J., assignor to 
Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated. Catalytic 
alkylation. 2,445,560, July 20. 



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Caldwell, Hamilton P., Jr., and H. D. Chapman, Wood- 
bury, N. J., assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, 
Incorporated. Production of nitriles. 2,450,632, Oct. 5. 
Caldwell, John E., Kingsport, Tenn., assignor to Eastman 
Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Cellulose acetate 
fibers having wool dyeing properties and a spinning 
solution therefor. 2,439,074, Apr. 6. 
Caldwell, John R., Kingsport, Tenn., assignor to Eastman 
Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Preparation of 
beta-Iactones. 2,450,116, Sept. 28. 
Caldwell, John R., Kingsport, Tenn., assignor to Eastman 
Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Preparation of 
0-lactones. 2,450,117, Sept. 28. 
Caldwell, John R., Kingsport, Tenn., assignor to Eastman 
Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Preparation of 
/3-lactones. 2,450,118, Sept. 28. 
Caldwell, John R., Kingsport, Tenn., assignor to Eastman 
Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Sulfonated aromatic 
derivatives. 2,455,730, Dec. 7. 
Caldwell, John R., Kingsport, Tenn., assignor to Eastman 
Kodak Company, Rochester N. Y. Resinous condensates 
of /?-propionolactone and polyhydroxy compounds. 
2,455,731, Dec. 7. 
Caldwell, Joseph M., Roscoe, Calif. Internal-combustion 

engine. 2,456,110, Dec. 14. 
Caldwell, Leona T., executrix : See — 
Caldwell, Wallace L. 
Meinzer, Arthur E. 
Caldwell, Lyle, assignee : See — 

Greentree, Alexander. 
Caldwell, Wallace L. : See — 

Meinzer, Arthur E. 
Caldwell, Wallace L., deceased, Birmingham, Ala. ; L. T. 
Caldwell, executrix. Method and apparatus for pro- 
duction of expanded slag. 2,442,036, May 25. 
Caldwell, William E., assignor to Carman & Co., Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Injector apparatus. 2,451,715, Oct, 
19. 
Calfee, John D. : See — 

Kraus, Charles A., and Calfee. 
Calfee, John D., Westfield, and R. M. Thomas, Union, N. J., 
assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. Solid- 
halogen derivatives of polymerized methyl pentadiene. 
2,447,610, Aug. 24. 
Calhoun, Adela H., assignee, et al. : See — 

Morrison, Clifford, and Hoch. 
Calhoun, Ann E., administratrix : See — ■ 

Calhoun, Taylor P. 
Calhoun. jh.vhh a., Jesup, Iowa. Starter mounting, 

2,441,990, May 25. 
Calhoun, Ingram X., Oklahoma City, Okla. Well pipe 

handling apparatus. 2,450,934, Oct. 12. 
Calhoun, John J. : See — 

Blackinton, George W., and Calhoun. 
Calhoun, Oliver H., assignee, et al. : See — 

Morrison, Clifford, and Hoch. 

Calhoun, Taylor P., deceased, Worcester, Mass. ; A. E. 

Calhoun, administratrix. Clothes cleansing and fluid 

extracting apparatus having a flexible clothes squeezing 

diaphragm. 2,455,043, Nov. 30. 

Calico Printers' Association, Limited, The, assignee : See — 

Lantz, Louis A., and Schofield. 
California Fruit Growers Exchange, assignee : See — 

Baier, Willard E. 
California Institute Research Foundation, assignee : See — 
Gould, Clark W., Jr. 
Green, Alex E. S. 
California Magnet Company, assignee : See — 

Wing, Lewis O., Sr. 
California Packing Corporation, assignee : See — 
Dunn, Guy A. 

Gause, Marvin B., and Burling. 
Newton, Robert J. 
California Research Corporation, assignee : See — 
Cardwell, William T., Jr. 
Claussen, William H.. and Powell. 
Clayton, James O. 

Eldredge, Kenneth R., Hundere, and Macpherson. 
Elliott, Laverne P., and Holm. 
Elwell, William E., and Meier. 
Furby, Neal W. 
Levine, Irving E. 
Lewis, Allen H. 
Miller, Robert J. 
Callahan, Clarence H., and W. Languirand, New Bedford, 
Mass., assignors to Textile Research Co. Loom pro- 
tector rod actuating mechanism. 2,448,250, Aug. 31. 
Callahan, Hugh J., Wilmington, Del. Ship's telegraph 

recorder. 2,438,331, Mar. 23. 
Callahan, John T., West Newton, and J. A. Gilbertson, 
assignors to Archer Rubber Company, Milford, Mass. 
Waterproof outer garment. 2,438,429, Mar. 23. 
Callahan, John T., West Newton, and J. A. Gilbertson, 
assignors to Archer Rubber Company, Milford, Mass. 
Lady's raincoat. 2,442,749, June 8. 
Callan, James A., North Brunswick, N. J., assignor to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Production of 7-dehydro-cholesterol. 2,436,195, Feb. 17. 
Callaway, Clarence R., New York, N. Y., and F. R. Dunn, 
Little Ferry, N. J., assignors to Motor Economy Prod- 
ucts, Inc., New York, N. Y. Crankcase ventilating appa- 
ratus. 2,450,864, Oct. 5. 



Callaway, Jack B., Summit, and D. B. Killian, Newark, 
N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Producing a barium lake pigment. 
2,453,490, Nov. 9. 

Callear, Thomas E. : See — 

Sun, Kuan-Han, and Callear. 

Calleia, Cipriano R., Lisbon, Portugal. Apparatus for the 
manufacture of corkboard by injection of a heated gas. 
2,453,568, Nov. 9. 

Callender, Edwin M. : See — 

Tarbox, John P., and Callender. 

Callender, Edwin M., Cynwyd, assignor to The Budd Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Weld-control system. 2,433,827, 
Jan. 6. 

Callender, Edwin M., assignor to The Budd Company,. 
Philadelphia, Pa. Capacitor discharge welding system. 
2,440,892, May 4. 

Callender, Edwin M., Cynwyd, and R. S. Phair, Phila- 
delphia, Pa., assignors to The Budd Company. Control 
system. 2,446,125, July 27. 

Caliinan, Thomas D., Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Coating asbestos. 2,451,805, 
Oct. 19. 

Callison, Charles H, assignee, et al. : See — 
Linstrom, Floyd T. 

Callite Tungsten Corporation, assignee : See — 
Kurtz, Jacob. 
Kurtz, Jacob, and Zampieri. 

Calloway, Gaither D., Elkin, N. C. Screw pivot for shears. 
2,452,993, Nov. 2. 

Calmon, Calvin, Mount Holly, N. J., assignor to the 
Permutit Company, New York, N. Y. Removal of im- 
purities from liquids by contact with dolomitic lime 
calcined for 10 to 120 minutes at a temperature of 300° 
C. to 700° C. and product therefor. 2,442,584, June 1, 

Caloric Gas Stove Works, assignee : See — 
Klein, Gustav. 

Cal-Pan Corporation, assignee : See — 
Trautmann, Herbert L. 

Calpat Corporation, The, assignee : See— 
Bodine, Albert G., Jr. 
Harris, Ford W. 

Calvert, Francis E., assignor to The Drackett Company, 
Cincinnatt, Ohio. Recovery of proteins from soybeans 
1 o I1 „K e !!;5 ce ^ ! Wanketing agents and enzyme inhibitors. 
■i.451,009, Oct. 19. 

Calvert, Francis E., and P. A. Bury, assignors to The 
Drackett Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Plastic composi- 
tions and process of making the same. 2,449,876, Sept. 

Ca 2y444,li2! e june V 29 L0S Angeles ' CaUf - Check val v«- 
Calvin, Harry C, assignor of one-fourth to E. C. Moody, 

Dothan, Ala. Switchboard plug. 2,440,661, Apr 27. 

Cambridge Thermionic Corporation, assignee : See 

Franklin, Constance W. 
Camerino, Ernest, New York, N. Y. Oil burner blower 

housing. 2,456,673, Dec. 21. 
Ca , m ^9 n ^x Byr 9 n R a Mount Vernon, 111. Drafting compass. 

2,454,305, Nov. 23. 
Cameron Can Machinery Corporation, assignee : See — 

Simpson, Justin. 
Cameron, Colin M., assignor to Ransomes & Rapier Limited 

Ipswich, England. Excavating machine. 2,452 632' 

Nov. 2. ' ' 

Cameron, Curtice B., Laurel, Miss. Self-adjusting wood 
peeler. 2,452,631. Nov. 2. 

Cameron, Emmett T., San Antonio, Tex. Suction feeder 
2,446,573, Aug. 10. 

Cameron Iron Works, assignee : See — 
Allen, Herbert, and Works. 
Bean, Ruric N. 
Works, Madden T. 

Cameron, Jarrett L., Orangefleld, and F. J. Malloy as- 
signors to Levingston Shipbuilding Company Orange 
Tex. Back-pressure check valve. 2,447,842, Aug. 24. ' 

Cameron, Joseph W., assignor to Boyle-Midway Inc 
Chicago, 111. Capping machine. 2,435,127, Jan. 27. " 

Cameron, Joseph W., assignor to Boyle-Midway Inc 
Chicago, 111. Monitored conveyor system. 2 441 469 
May 11. ' ' 



Cameron, William P., New York, N. Y. 
. 2,446,063, July 27. 



Electric range. 



Camilleri, Charles, assignor to Bordon Mfg. Co Inc 
Detroit, Mich. Electrode holder. 2,438,840, Mar. 3d! 

Camilli, Guglielmo, Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Temperature indicator control cir- 
cuit. 2,435,070, Jan. 27. 

Camilli, Guglielmo, Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Magnetic core. 2,446,999, Aug. 

Camilli, Guglielmo, Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electromagnetic induction appara- 
tus. 2,452,901, Nov. 2. 

Camilli, Guglielmo, and H. F. Miller, Pittsfield, Mass., 
assignors to General Electric Company. Cooling system. 
2,440,930, May 4. 

Caminez, Harold, Williamsport, Pa., assignor to Avco 
Manufacturing Corporation. Making manifolds for en- 
gines. 2,438,145, Mar. 23. 



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Camloc Fastener Corporation, assignee : See — 
Allen. Rex W. 
Eisele, Karl. 
Freesz, Tibor. 
Hennessey, Silas W., Jr. 
Summers, J. Mills. 
Camm, Frederick J., London, England. Pyrophoric lighter. 

2,454,501, Nov. 23. 
Cammack, Richard B., et al., assignee : See — 

Carlin, Bernard. 
Camner, Hilding G. : See — 

Pyk, Herman T., and Camner. 
Camp, Elza Q., et al. : See — 

Viles, Prentiss S., and Camp. 
Camp, Elza Q., Goose Creek, Tex., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Standard Oil Development Company, 
Elizabeth, N. J. Suppression of corrosion in ferrous 
alloy vessels in the treatment of hydrocarbons. 
2,449,585, Sept. 21. 
Camp, Eugene V., Atlanta, Ga. Highway traffic guard. 

2,438.991, Apr. 6. 
Camp, Thomas R., Newton, Mass. Filtration apparatus. 

Re. 23,009, June 29. 
Campaigne, William E., assignor to Wingfoot Corporation. 

Akron, Ohio. Rubber flooring. 2,456,373, Dec. 14. 
Campani, Louis M. : See — 

DeGiers, Clarence A., and Campani. 
Campbell, Allan J., and J. P. Blom, assignors to Amal- 
gamated Wireless (Australasia) Limited, Sydney, New 
South Wales, Australia. Polarity reversing switch. 
2,442,585, June 1. 
Campbell, Arthur W., assignor to Commercial Solvents 
Corporation, Terre Haute, Ind. Inhibiting premature 
vulcanziation of rubber. 2,440,893, May 4. 
Campbell, Carl M., assignor to Hagerstown Leather Com- 
pany, Hagerstown, Md. Bill divider and key container 
for billfolds. 2,435,032, Jan. 27. 
Campbell, Charles H., Kent, Ohio, and R. W. Ostermayer, 
Claiiton, Pa. : said Ostermayer assignor to said Camp- 
bell. Rubber-reclaiming oil. 2,447,732, Aug. 24. 
Campbell, Charles H., Kent, Ohio, and R. W. Ostermayer, 
Clairton, Pa. ; said Ostermayer assignor to said Camp- 
bell. Rubber-reclaiming oil. 2,447,733, Aug. 24. 
Campbell, David J. : See — 

White. Gifford E., Campbell, Hauser, and Greene. 
Campbell, Donald L., Shorthills, H. Z. Martin, Elizabeth, 
E. V. Murphee, and C. W. Tyson, Summit, N. J., as- 
signors to Standard Oil Development Company. Separa- 
tion and purification of gases. 2,446,076, July 27. 
Campbell, Donald L., Roselle Park, H. Z. Martin, Eliza- 
beth, and C. W. Tyson, Summit, N. J., assignors to 
Standard Oil Development Company. Contacting sol- 
ids and gases. 2,451,803, Oct. 19. 
Campbell, Donald L., Short Hills, H. Z. Martin, Elizabeth, 
and E. V. Murphree and C. W. Tyson, Summit, N. J., 
assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. 
Method of and apparatus for contacting solids and 
gases. 2,451,804, Oct. 19. 
Campbell, Edmund M., assignor to Mine Safety Appliances 
Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. First-aid kit. 2,448,171, 
Aug. 31. 
Campbell, Edward R., Ivanhoe, K. M. Frewin, Elstern- 
wick, F. W. Lennox, Toorak, and R. P. Morris, North 
Brighton, assignors to Air Supply Packs Proprietary 
Limited, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Container 
suitable for dropping from aircraft and the like. 
2,457,205, Dee. 28. 
Campbell-Edwards Pneumatic Artificial Foot Company, 
The, assignee : See — 
Campbell, Harry C. 
Campbell, Erwin A. : See — 

Woolslayer, Homer J., Campbell, and Jenkins. 
Campbell, Garrett E., Modesto, Calif. Ironing cord holder. 

2,450,714, Oct. 5. 
Campbell, Harris S., Bryn Athyn, assignor to Autogiro 
Company of America, Philadelphia, Pa. Rotor equipped 
aerial device. 2,440,294, Apr. 27. 
Campbell, Harry C, assignor to The Campbell-Edwards 
Pneumatic Artificial Foot Company, Youngstown Ohio. 
Ankle joint and reinforcing member for pneumatic feet. 
2,440,075, Apr. 20. 
Campbell, Howard : See- 
Mann, Arthur S., and Campbell. 
Campbell, James A., Wilmette, HI., J. B. Hull, Berkeley, 
Calif., and R. R. Stevens, Forest Hills, assignors to The 
Westlnghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. 
Control mechanism. 2,444,244, June 29. 
Campbell, James D., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Tension measuring device. 
2,444,245, June 29. 
Campbell, James W., Rockville Centre, assignor to Bottle 
Brownie Corp., Long Beach, N. Y. Device for trans- 
ferring fluids. 2,435,033, Jan. 27. 
("nnipbel! .Tolin D., Lakewood, and J. M. Roth, Euclid, 
Ohio assignors, by mesne assignments, to Borg-Warner 
urn. Cliicngo, 111. Aircraft anti-icing arrange- 
' ment. 2,457,031, Dec. 21. 

Campbell, John H., Altamont, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Discharge lamp circuit. 2,441,796, 
May 18. 
Campbell, John H., Altamont, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric discharge apparatus. 
2,456,859, Dec. 21. 



Campbell, John H., Altamont, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric discharge apparatus. 
2,456,860, Dec. 21. 
Campbell, John M., Fairmont, W. Va., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Method and machine for basing and seasoning fluores- 
cent lamps. 2,439,884, Apr. 20. 
Campbell, Josephine H., Jackson, Mich. Underwear sup- 
ported suspender. 2,455,852, Dec. 7. 
Campbell, Julian A., Long Beach, Calif. Liquid level 

control. 2,448,251, Aug. 31. 

Campbell, Kenneth N., South Bend, Ind., assignor to 

E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 

Del. Preparation of 4-alkyl-quinolines. 2,451,610, Oct. 

19. 

Campbell, Kenneth N., South Bend, Ind., assignor to E. I. 

du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 

Preparation of 4-alkyl-quinolines. 2,451,611, Oct. 19. 

Campbell, Lottie M., Los Angeles, Calif. Sink strainer 

gutter. 2,441,752, May 18. 
Campbell, Lyman L. : See — 

Selby, Theodore R., and Campbell. 
Campbell, Nelson S., Greenwich, Conn. Head for golf 

clubs. 2,452,100, Oct. 26. 
Campbell, Norman H., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Bag and 

bag handle construction. 2,437,072, Mar. 2. 
Campbell, Phillip, Whittier, and W. H. Maxwell, Newport 
Beach, Calif. Casting apparatus compensating for 
shrinkage of the cast material. 2,439,450, Apr. 13. 
Campbell, Richard H, assignor to Webster Electric Com- 
pany, Racine, Wis. Stylus for sound reproduction. 
2,438,111, Mar. 23. 
Campbell, Richard L., Maywood, assignor to Allen B. Du 
Mont Laboratories, Inc., Passaic, N. J. Variable in- 
ductance. 2,442,264, May 25. 
Campbell, Robert A., Oak Park, 111. Revolving polarized 

disk. 2,453,698, Nov. 16. 
Campbell, Robert G., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, assignor to 
The B. F. Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Ice 
removing covering for airfoils. 2,438,693, Mar. 30. 
Campbell, Robert G., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, assignor to 
The B. F. Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Ice 
removing covering for aircraft. 2,439,037, Apr. 6. 
Campbell, Thaddeus C, Rutherford, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Radio object locating system training device. 2,438,898, 
Apr. 6. 
Campbell, Walter H„ Arlington County, Va. Electrical 

drop signal device. 2,452,034, Oct. 26. 
■Campbell, Willard S., assignor to M & C Conveyors, Inc., 

Chicago, 111. Milk sampler. 2,450,715, Oct. 5. 
Campbell, William J., assignor to Climax Machinery Com- 
pany, Indianapolis, Ind. Joint structure. 2,450,232, 
Sept. 28. 
Campion, Donald C, Sr., Detroit, Mich., assignor to 
Loftus Engineering Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Shuffle conveyer. 2,447,393, Aug. 17. 
Campos, Adolph, Clifton, N. J. Lighter construction. 

2,445,513, July 20. 
Campos, Louis H., New York, N. Y. Quick-detachably 
connecting a handbag to its framework. 2,435,870, Feb. 
10. 
Camras, Marvin, assignor to Armour Research Foundation, 
Chicago, 111. Recording and reproducing head for wire 
recorders. 2,435,871, Feb. 10. 
Camras, Marvin, assignor to Armour Research Foundation 
of Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, 111. Com- 
bination of magnetic transducing and erasing heads. 
2,456,767, Dec. 21. 
Camrud, Edwin S., Phoenix, Ariz. Brake lever. 2,434,548, 

Jan. 13. 
Canada Trust Company, The, executrix : See — 

Wilkinson, George H. 
Canadian Copper Refiners Limited, assignee : See — 

Clark, Charles W. and Scheaffer. 
Canadian Radium a"d Uranium Corporation, assignee : 
See— 

Blau, Marietta. 
Rosenblum, Solomon. 
Candee, Andrew H., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Electric 
vehicle control system. 2,447,633, Aug. 24. 
Candee, Clifton C, Bound Brook, N. J., assignor to 
American Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Prep- 
aration of a barium lithol red. 2.447,394, Aug. 17. 
Candee, Ellsworth T., and A. R. Anderson, Waterbury, 
Conn., assignors to The American Brass Company. 
Flexible metal hose. 2,438,146, Mar. 23. 
Candler-Hill Corporation, assignee : See — 

Schlosser, Arthur G. 
Candler, James N., Grosse Pointe, Mich., assignor to Borg- 
Warner Corporation. Torque control for helicopters. 
2,452,355. Oct. 26. 
Candor, Robert R., Oakwood, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. Control for electric ovens. 
2,435,530, Feb. 8. 
Candor, Robert R., Oakwood, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. Domestic appliance. 
2,442,397, June 1. 
Candor, Robert R., Oakwood, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. Time ard temperature con- 
troller for domestic appliances. 2,451,069, Oct. 12. 



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Candy, Albert M., La Grange, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to National Cylinder Gas Company, Chicago, 111. 
Welding stud. 2,441,257, May 11. 

Candy, Albert M., La Grange, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to National Cylinder Gas Company, Chicago, 
111. Holding mechanism for welding stud ferrules. 
2,447,113, Aug. 17. 

Candy, Albert M., La Grange, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to National Cylinder Gas Company, Chicago, 111. 
Stud welding gun. 2,451,152, Oct. 12. 

Candy, Albert M., La Grange, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to National Cylinder Gas Company, Chicago, 
111. Mechanism for stud welding guns and the like. 
2,451,716, Oct. 19. 

Candy, Charles M., Chicago, and W. W. Owen, Elgin, as- 
signors to Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc., Chi- 
cago, 111. Totalizator indicator control. 2,451,319, 
Oct. 12. 

Canfield, Robert W., and P. E. Wiley, West Hartford, and 
A. M. Guerreiro, assignors to Plax Corporation,, Hart- 
ford, Conn. Forming hollow articles from oriented 
polymer. 2,439,716, Apr. 13. 

Canfield, William B. : See — 

Rust, John B., and Canfield. 

Canfora, Arthur E., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Electronic locking circuit. 
2,441,006, May 4. 

Canister Company, The, assignee : See — 
Di Cosmo, Pasquale V., and Ricciardi. 

Canister Company, Inc., The, assignee : See — 
Ricciardi, Matthew C. 

Cann, Arthur P., Danvers, assignor to Stevens-Arnold 
Company, Inc., Boston, Mass. Electronic light inte- 
grator. 2,434,101, Jan. 6. 

Cann, Arthur P., Danvers, assignor to Browning Labora- 
tories, Inc., Winchester, Mass. Reversely-connected 
electric discharge device system. 2,450,032, Sept. 28. 

Cann, John A., Bickley, assignor to Turner & Newall 
Limited, Spotland, Rochdale, England. Process and 
apparatus for the manufacture of asbestos-cement prod- 
ucts. 2,435,646, Feb. 10. 

Cannistra, Joseph J. : See — 

Thurnell, Orville D.. and Cannistra. 

Cannlzzaro, Joseph J., Baltimore, Md., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Electroplating on tungsten. 2,443,651, June 22. 

Cannon, Earl, Rockville Centre, assignor to E. W. Bliss 
Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Hydraulic press system with 
control means yielding high-speed operation thereof. 
2,449,639, Sept. 21. 

Cannon, Paul Haven, Rome, Ga., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Celanese Corporation of America. Pro- 
ducing improved yarn. 2,451,533, Oct. 19. 

Cannon, Rowland M., assignor to Utah-Idaho Sugar Co., 
Salt Lake City, Utah. Seed planter. 2,440,846, May 4. 

Cantley, Joseph C, Beverly, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Bomb 
rack magazine with release mechanism. 2,450,540, 
Oct. 5. 

Cantlin, John H., North Andover, Mass. Fluid mass 
measuring device. 2,449,054, Sept. 14. 

Cantor, Jacob J., Los Angeles, Calif. Device for protect- 
ing the ear drum. 2,441,866, May 18. 

Cantor, Samuel, Brooklyn, N. Y. Baseball game. 
2,434,195, Jan. 6. 

Cantrell, Harland J., Huntington, W. Va. Safety lock for 
locomotive throttle levers. 2,434.455, Jan. 13. 

Cantrell, Troy L. : See — 

Smith, Herschel G., and Cantrell. 
Smith, Herschel G., Cantrell, and Hill. 
Smith, Herschel G., Cantrell, and Peters. 
Smith, Herschel G.. Hill, and Cantrell. 

Caparone, Michael J., Pasadena, Calif., assignor to Robert- 
shaw-Fulton Controls Company. Safety control and 
ignition apparatus tor gaseous fuel burners. 2,443,892, 
June 22. 

Capaul. Joseph A., Waunakee, Wis. Animal house. 
2,445,055. July 13. 

Cape, Arthur T. : See — 

Foerster, Charles V., and Cape. 

Capp, Arthur T., Columbus, and C. V. Foerster, Canton, 
Ohio, assignor to Coast Reduction. Inc., Watsonville, 
Calif. Reduction of iron ores. 2,44,916, July 13. 

Capita, Emil R., North Bergen, N. J. Spark gap device. 
2,448,576, Sept. 7. 

Capitan. Joseph J., assignee : See — 
Whiteley, Arlie E. 

Caplan, Harry, Los Angeles, Calif. Parachute. 2,455,044, 
Nov. 30. 

Capolongo, Pasquale R. : See — 

Stevens, Nelson B., and Capolongo. 

Capra, Horace, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Electrically 
heated convection radiator. 2,436,288, Feb. 17. 

Capuzzi, Edmund C. : See — 

Decker, Gerard Q., 3d, and Capuzzi. 

Capuzzi, Edmund C, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to The 
Baldwin Locomotive Works. Field control for trans- 
former torquemeter signal coils. 2,447,734, Aug. 24. 

Caradine Hat Company, assignee : See — 
Wittcoff, Edward. 

Carbaugh, Eugene, et al., assignee : See — 
Lord, Francis L. 



Carbide and Carbon Chemicals Corporation, assignee: 
See — 

Boese, Albert B., Jr. 
Cogan, Howard D., and Keteham. 
Peild, Theophilus A., Jr., Rugeley, and Petrokubi. 
Fife, Harvey R., and Roberts. 
Fife. Harvey R., and Toussaint. 
Jackson, Donald R. 
Quarles, Richard W. 
Staff. Charles E. 
Wilkes. Benjamin G. .Tr 
Carboloy Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Lucas, George W. 
Taylor, George F. 
Carbone, Joseph F., Everett, and M. N. Fairbank, Belmont, 
assignors to Polaroid Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. 
Self-developing camera. 2,455,111, Nov. 30. 
Carborundum Company, The, assignee : See — - 
Brown, William A., and Kleeman. 
Dahlstrom, Eric P. 

Melton, Romie L., Benner, and Kirchner. 
Robie, Norman P. 
Robie, Norman P., and Sheibley. 
Rowe, Robert G. 

Rushmer, Ralph H, and Goepfert. 
Summers, William B., and Corse. 
Upper, Frederick A. 
Card, Charles S., assignor to The Brewer-Titchener Cor- 
poration, Cortland, N. Y. Insulator cap. 2,447,114, 
Aug. 17. 
Carder, Lorena B., Orlando, Fla. Handbag casing struc- 
ture. 2,451,274, Oct. 12. 
Cardillo, Joseph S., assignor to Romec Pump Company, 

Elyria, Ohio. Coupling. 2,436,248, Feb. 17. 
Cardin, Carl J., Downers Grove, 111. Fountain pen. 

2,453,491, Nov. 9. 
Cardinal Products Inc., assignee: See — 

Schmitt, George P. 
Cardon, Samuel Z. : See — 

Halbedel, Harold S., Cardon. and Shenk. 
Cardox Corporation, assignee : See — 
Beach, Walter A. 
Williamson, Hilding V. 
Williamson, Hilding V., and Griesemer. 
Cardwell, Paul H., and L. H. Eilers, Tulsa, Okla., as- 
signors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. 
Chemical removal of an acid-soluble metal part in a 
deep well. 2,436,196, Feb. 17. 
Cardwell, Paul H., and L. H. Eilers, Tulsa. Okla., as- 
signors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. 
Chemical removal of an acid-soluble metal part in a 
deep well. 2,436,197, Feb. 17. 
Cardwell, Paul H., and L. H. Eilers, Tulsa. Okla., as- 
signors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. 
Chemical removal of an acid-soluble metal part In a 
deep well. 2,436,198, Feb. 17. 
Cardwell, William T., Jr., Whittier, assignor to California 
Research Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. Condition- 
ing of drilling fluids. 2,450,936, Oct. 12. 
Carey, Cecil : See — 

Cartmell, Harold, and Carey. 
Carey. Claude H., Rush Township, Schuylkill County, Pa., 
assignor to Atlas Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Making explosive assemblies. 2,448,658, Sept. 7. 
Carey, Edward J., and J. B. Geers, deceased, Dayton, by 
J. H. More, special administrator, Cincinnati, assignors 
to The National Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio. 
Totalizer engaging mechanism. 2,443,652, June 22. 
Carey, Fred P. : See — 

Barnard, Harlin W., and Johnson, and Carey. 
Carey, Leroy J. : See — 

Galley, John H., and Carey. 
Carey, Philip, Manufacturing Company, The, assignee : 
See — 

Marc, Henri M. 
Carl, John C, assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Dispersion of anti-oxidants in 
rubber latex. 2,445,734, July 20. 
Carless, Lionel S., Mountain View, N. J. Ammunition 

booster control. 2.456.618, Dec. 21. 
Carila. Alexander L., Norfolk, Va. Grain trimming device. 

2.453,408, Nov. 9. 
Carlile, Alfred E, Great Neck, N. Y., assignor to Talon, 

Inc. Stop for slide fasteners. 2,441,007, May 4. 
Carlin, Benson, New York, N. Y., assignor to Sperry 
Products, Inc., Hoboken, N. J. Piezoelectric crystal 
mounting means. 2,448,352, Aug. 31. 
Carlin, Bernard, Orange, assignor of forty-nine one- 
hundredths to W. O. Haizlip and R. B. Cammack, Neder- 
land, and J. Ener, Jr., and L. De Cordova, Beaumont, 
Tex. Safety inner tube for pneumatic tires. 2,452,902, 
Nov. 2. 
Carlin. Herbert J., East Orange, and J. F. Chapman, 
Madison, N. J., assignors to Westinghouse Electric Cor- 
poration, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Motor operated tap 
changer. 2,447,634. Aug. 24. 
Carline, John G., London, England. Device for dispensing 

articles. 2,457,345. Dec. 28. 
Carling, Edward G, Stoke Newington, London, England. 

Couplings for flexible hose. 2,452,728, Nov. 2. 
Carlisle, Paul J., Wilmington. Del., and W. S. Hinegardner, 
Niagara Falls. N. Y.. assignors to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Fungicidal com- 
positions. 2,452,429. Oct. 26. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Carlisle Shoe Company, assignee : See — 

Fennessy, William M. 
Carlock, George P., Jersey City, N. J. Hand operated 

leather punching machine. 2,449,108, Sept. 14. 
Carlsen, Herbert M., and E. F. Nordman, Spokane, Wash. 

Fishhook. 2,445,601, July 20. 
Carlsen, John a., Omaha, Nebr. ; dedicated to the Free 
Use of the People in the Territory of the United States. 
Hog jaw puller. 2,436,629, Feb. 24. 
Carlsen, Olaf, New York, N. Y. Structural section and 
structural members composed thereof. 2,444,091, June 
29. 
Carlson, Andrew H., assignor to Parker Manufacturing 
Company, Worcester, Mass. Saw frame. 2,436,743, 
Feb. 24. 
Carlson, Axel S., New York, N. Y. Ground vase. 2,438,802, 

Mar. 30. 
Carlson, Bert G., Cleveland, Ohio. Rotary valve for 

internal-combustion engines. 2,457,206, Dec. 28. 
Carlson, Bert G., Gates Mills, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Jack & Hintz Precision Industries, Inc., 
Cleveland, Ohio. Automatic pilot turn control. 
2,442,116, May 25. 
Carlson, Bert G., Gates Mills, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Jack & Heintz Precision Industries, Inc., 
Cleveland, Ohio. Vertical hydraulic gyro. 2,445,388, 
July 20. 
Carlson, Bert G., Gates Mills, assignor to W. R. Jack, 

Cleveland, Ohio. Servo unit. 2,454,551, Nov. 23. 
Carlson, Carl A., and A. W. Bittner, Fort Dodge, Iowa. 

Loading and stacking machine. 2,457,346, Dec. 28. 
Carlson, Carl E., Boston, Mass. Attachment for sheet 

feeding mechanisms. 2,442,839, June 8. 
Carlson, Carl H., and W. Russell, Chicago, 111. Auxiliary 

tool handle. 2,454,989, Nov. 30. 
Carlson, Charles W., Tiffin, Ohio. Producing glassware. 

2,446,359, Aug. 3. 
Carlson, Ernest J., Reading, Pa. Spiral stake. 2,441,109, 

Mav 4. 
Carlson, Frank E., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Multiple image optical 
system. 2,443,722, June 22. 
Carlson, George : See — 

Scott, Carl F., Carlson, and Eugg. 
Carlson, George, Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric cable clamp and box. 
2 437,073, Mar. 2. 
Carlson, George W., Bridgeville, assignor to Burrell Techni- 
cal Supply Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Power shaker. 
2,451,199, Oct. 12. 
Carlson, George W., Bridgeville, assignor to Burrell 
Technical Supply Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Mercury 
leveling clamp. 2,452,729, Nov. 2. 
Carlson, J. A., Edwin, assignor to Jacobsen Manufacturing 
Company, Racine, Wis. Lawn mower. 2,450,849, Oct. 5. 
Carlson, Joseph : See — 

Thompson, Richard A., Eriksson, and Carlson. 
Carlson, Joseph J. : See — 

Pick, Eric, and Carlson. 
Carlson, Marie E. H. W., assignee : See — 

Thompson, Richard A., Eriksson, and Carlson. 
Carlson, Marvin C. : See — 

Pop, Rudolf, and Carlson. 
Carlson, Oscar, Spokane, Wash. Saw blade and handle. 

2,455,853, Dec. 7. 
Carlson, Raymond E. : See- 
Ash, Arthur B.. Carlson, Koslin, and Vaughn. 
Carlson, Richard, Hamilton, Mont. Telescope mounting 

for guns. 2,450,466, Oct. 5. 
Carlson, Robert W. : See — 

Burlingame, Ernest D., Carlson, Nicholson, and Scott. 
Carlson, Swan O., Paton, Iowa. Air pressure water sys- 
tem. 2,450,781, Oct. 5. 
Carlson, Thomas L. I., Minneapolis, Minn. Parts rack. 

2,436,289, Feb. 17. 
Carlson, Vernon E., Short Hills, assignor to Aircraft- 
Marine Products, Inc., Elizabeth, N. J. Electrical con- 
nector. 2,449,450. Sept. 14. 
Carlson, Warner W. t assignor to Mellon Institute of 
Industrial Research, Pittsburgh, Pa. Hydroxyethyla- 
tion. 2,448,767, Sept. 7. 
Carlson, Wendell 1/., Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Angle modulated wave de- 
tector. 2,450,915, Dec. 21. 
Carlson, Wendell L., Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Angle modulated carrier re- 
ceiver. 2,457.207, Dec. 28. 
Carlson, Wendell L., and H. L, Donley, Princeton, N. J., 
assignor to Radio Corporation of America. Frequency 
multiplier network. 2.443,094, June 8. 
Carlson, Wilbur L., Rochester, N. Y., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Circuit breaker. 
2,435,128. Jan. 27. 
Carlsson, Sven, Abrahamsbcrg, assignor to Aktlebolaget 
Reclp, Stockholm, Sweden. Methods of producing 2- 
(alpha-naphth.vlmethyl) -Imidazoline. 2,441,867, May 18. 
Carlton, Clinton A. : See — 

Williams, Ira, and Carlton. 
Carlton, Richard P., and H. C. Brinker, assignors to 
Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Company, St. Paul, 
Minn. Plastlclzlng proteins and products thereof. 
2,434,006, Jan. 27. 
Carman & Co., Inc., assignee: See — 
Caldwell, William E. 



Carman, Everett F., Montclair, and O. P. Berberich, 
Jersey City, N. J., assignors to Interchemical Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Printing inks. 2,439,380, Apr. 
13. 
Carmichael, Asa B., Sr., Tujunga, Calif. Combination 

uterine dilator and gauze packer. 2,435,531, Feb. 3. 
Carmichael, Robert, Lakewood, and A. W. Seidler, Cleve- 
land, Ohio, assignors to National Carbon Company, Inc. 
Staked type shunt connection for carbon brushes. 
2,436,852, Mar. 2. 
Carmo, John J., Arlington, Mass. Poultry feeder. 

2,445,165, July 13. 
Carmody, Don R., Dallas, and L. G. Sharp, Irving, Tex., 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Socony-Vacuum 
Oil Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Poly- 
merization process. 2,447,313, Aug. 17. 
Carnagua, Harold E., Muncie, Ind., assignor to Borg- 
Warner Corporation, Chicago, 111. Torque converter 
with friction clutch. 2,442,840, June 8. 
Carnagua, Harold E., Muncie, Ind., assignor to Borg- 
Warner Corporation, Chicago, 111. Electromagnetic 
actuator. 2,445,561, July 20. 
Carnagua, Harold E., Muncie, Ind., assignor to Borg- 
Warner Corporation, Chicago, 111. Transmission and 
control therefor. 2,449,586, Sept. 21. 
Carnagua, Harold E., and C. L. Swift, Muncie, Ind., as- 
signors to Borg-Warner Corporation, Chicago, III. 
Multiple clutch construction with synchronizing clutches 
for change-speed transmission. 2,443,597, June 22. 
Carnahan, Chalon W., Evanston, 111., assignor to Zenith 
Radio Corporation. Noise reducing circuits. 2,447,564, 
Aug. 24. 
Carnahan, Chalon W., Oak Park, assignor to Zenith Radio 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Frequency modulated pic- 
ture receiver. 2,435.736, Feb. 10. 
Carnahan, Chalon W., Oak Park, assignor to Zenith Radio 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Frequency-modulation radio- 
phonograph combination. 2,444,218, June 29. 
Carnahan, Orson A., Syracuse, N. Y. Fluid pressure mech- 
anism. 2,441,797, May 18. 
Carnegie, Herbert S., and H. Dolan, Stafford, assignors 
to The English Electric Company Limited, London, 
England. Induction motor control by electric brake. 
2,437,996, Mar. 16. 
Carnegie-Illinois Steel Corporation, assignee : See — 
Burkhart, Raymond A., and Finlayson. 
Collins, Tappan. 

Dahlgren, George, and Lautenbach. 
Dailey, William H, Jr. 
Dailey, William H, Jr., and Dl Nucci. 
Deitrich, Epily C. 
Dunn, Edward J. 
Forsythe, John W. 
Harris, Elmer F. 
Hedges, Don F. 
Holman, Robert W. 
Kinnear, James W., Jr. 
Komorowski, Stanley A. 
Larkin, Charles A. 
Muddiman, Earll R. and Winterhalter. 
Marburg, Edgar. 
Maurer, Walter C. 
Moroco, Philip. 
O'Hara, Charles M. 
Reichenbach, Albert T. 
Rendel, George H. 
Roff, Edmund L., and Wantland. 
Sanderson, Robert I. 
Schefe, Frederick K. 
Schulze, Arthur R. 
Schutte, Harry S. 
Steudel, George E. 
Tree, George. 
Vickroy, George S. 
Wells, Joseph H., and Wilson. 
Westerholm, Gustaf. 
Wilson, Philip J., Jr., Wells, and Liebel. 
Zahutnik, Walter A. 
Carnell, Paul H. : See — 

Hovey, Roger S., and Carnell. 
Carnell, Paul H., Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Lubricant. 2,449,689, Sept. 
21. 
Carney, Thomas P. : See — 

McElvain, Samuel M., and Carney. 
Carpenter, Albert J., Jr., Battle Creek, Mich., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Goss Printing Press Company, 
Chicago, 111. Self-locking paper roll chuck. 2,446,690, 
Aug. 10. 
Carpenter, Arthur J. : See — 

Wak, Peter T., Jr., and Carpenter. 
Carpenter, Carson R., Charlotte, N. C. Hernia truss. 

2,453,195, Nov. 9. 
Carpenter, Charles C, Grand Forks, N. Dak. Stretcher 
with skeletal traction facilities. 2,449,767, Sept. 21. 
Carpenter Container Corporation, assignee : See — 

Carpenter, Herbert L. 
Carpenter, David E., Springfield, Mass., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Coil winding machine. 2,445,937, July 27. 
Carpenter, Edith, Chicago, Hi. Sanitary napkin holding 

means. 2,452,181, Oct. 26. 
Carpenter, Edward E. : See — 

Fields, William C, Carpenter, and Finney. 



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Carpenter, Erwin L. : See — 

Davis, Harold S., and Carpenter. 

Carpenter, Ersvin L., Riverside, Conn., assignor to Ameri- 
can Cvanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Preparing 
succinonitrile. 2,434,606, Jan. 13. 

Carpenter, Ersvin L., Stamford, Conn., assignor to Ameri- 
can Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Production 
of alkylene cyanohydrins. 2.453.062, Nov. 2. 

Carpenter, Glen F., Des Moines, Iowa. Traction device 
for vehicle wheels. 2,457,208, Dec. 28. 

Carpenter, Gurdeon E., Sauk Centre, Minn. Duck decoy. 
2,441,753, May 18. 

Carpenter, Herbert L., Amityville, assignor to Carpenter 
Container Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Container. 
2,456,047, Dec. 14. 

Carpenter. Herbert L., Amityville, assignor to Carpenter 
Container Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Sectional con- 
tainer and coupling. 2,456,048, Dec. 14. 

Carpenter, Joseph E. : See — 

Booth, Kobert B., and Carpenter. 

Carpentier, Leoni, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Toolholder. 
2,437,779, Mar. 16. 

Carpenter, Marion S., Nutley, and W. M. Easter, Jr., Lodi, 
N. J., assignors to Burton T. Bush, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
3-tertiarv-butyl-4-alkoxy benzaldehydes. 2.450,877, Oct. 
12. 

Carpenter, Marion S., Nutley. and W. M. Easter, Jr., Lodi, 
N. J., assignors to Burton T. Bush. Inc., New York, N. Y. 
3 - tertiary - butyl - 4 - alkoxy - 5 - nitro benzaldehydes. 
2.450.878. Oct. 12. 

Carpenter, Marion S., Nutley, and W. M. Easter, Jr., Lodi, 
N. J., assignors to Burton T. Bush, Inc., New York. N. Y. 
2,4-di-tertiary-butvl-5-methoxv benzaldehyde. 2,4o0,879, 
Oct. 12. 

Carpenter, Otto W., Jr., special administrator : See — 
Kearney, Edward J. 

Carpenter Steel Company, The, assignee : See — 
Fetzer, Maurice C, and Kemper. 
Fetzer, Maurice C, and Post. 

Caxr, Charles H., Boston, Mass. Therapeutic device. 
2,450,935, Oct. 12. 

Carr, Leo F., Painesville, Ohio. Grinding wheel. 
2,438,203, Mar. 23. 

Carr, Edward L., and G. E. P. Smith, Jr., assignors to 
The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. 
Vulcanization accelerator. 2,445,722, July 20. 

Carr, Sarah J., assignee : See — 
Carr. Walter E. 

Carr, Walter E., assignor by decree of distribution to 
S. J. Carr, Spokane, Wash. Drill bit assembly. 
2,454,771, Nov. 30. 

Carr, William P., Rossford, assignor to The De Vilbiss 
Company, Toledo, Ohio. Applying coatings to molded 
or cast articles. 2.454.910. Nov. 30. 

Carraway, Thomas W., Dallas, Tex. Air conditioning 
apparatus. 2,437,936, Mar. 16. 

Carrie, Thomas G., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Connect- 
ing rod assembly for internal-combustion engines. 
2,448,079, Aug. 31. 

Carrier Corporation, assignee : See — 
Goddard, Merrill B. 
Peglow, Walter. 
Schulz. Edward L.. and Bailey. 
Trumpler. William E. 

Carrier, Marcel, Sillans, France; vested in the Attorney 
General of the United States. Shoe for sports and the 
like. 2.444,428, July 6. 

Carriere, John G. : See — 

Collier, Robert T., and Carriere. 

Carroll. Burt H., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Photographic emulsion containing 
nitrnniline sulfonic acids. 2,450,747. Oct. 5. 

Carroll, Burt H, and C. J. Staud, assignors to Eastman 
Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Optically super- 
sensitized photographic silver halide emulsion. 
2.448,858, Sept. 7. 

Carroll. Burt H, and J. Spence, assignors to Eastman 
Kodak Company. Rochester. N. Y. Photographic silver 
halide emulsion supersensitized with a c-acyloxy quino- 
line base. 2,450.748, Oct. 5. 

Carroll, Clayton C. : See — 

Byler, William H., and Carroll. 

Carroll, Fred M., Binghamton, and A. B. Benson. T'nion. 
assignors to International Business Machines Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Plural storage device accounting 
machine. 2,438,036, Mar. 16. 

Carroll, Fred M., and J. H. Bakelaar, Binghamton, and 
W. B. Pond, Endicott, assignors to international Busi- 
ness Machines Corporation. New York, N. Y. Paper 
feeding device. 2,442,970, June 8. 

Carroll, Gay Y., Houston, Tex. Bone saw. 2,455,655, 
Dec. 7. 

Carroll, James J., Grosse Pointe Park, Mich. Internal- 
combustion engine. 2.447.314. Aug. 17. 

Carroll, Thomas, assignor to Massey-Harris Co., Ltd., 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Mechanism for adjusting 
wheel carrying sprockets in vehicle chain drives. 
2,443,723, June 22. 

Carroll, William B., Jr., Schoolfleld, Ya., assignor to 
Dan River Mills, Incorporated. Dyed cellulose ethers 
and dyeing of fabrics therewith. 2,448,515, Sept. 7. 

Carrozza. Theodore. New York, N. Y. Interlocking par- 
tition structure. 2.456.049, Dec. 14, 



Carruthers, Earl C, Providence, R. I. Coin packaging 
device. 2,444,804, July 6. 

Carruthers, Eben H., Ithaca, N. Y. Expansible and con- 
tractible means for compressing and shaping a yielding 
pliant mass. 2,434,607, Jan. 13. 

Carruthers, J. H, & Company Limited, assignee : See — 
Johnstone, George K. 

Carry-Cab Corporation, assignee : See — 
Manning, Fowler. 

Carson, Boyce G., Woodstown, N. J., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Metal- 
lized pyrazolone azo dyes. 2,443,226, June 15. 

Carson, Clarence M., Cuyahoga Falls, assignor to Wing- 
foot Corporation, Akron, Ohio. Packaging. 2,438,089, 
Mar. 16. 

Carson, Clifford C, Washington, D. C, Flash steam elimi- 
nator. 2,449,055, Sept. 14. 

Carson, George J., Worcester, Mass., assignor to O. S. 
Walker Company, Inc. Magnetic chuck top plate. 
2,435,737, Feb. 10. 

Carson, Percy A., East Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Cushioned display container. 
2,451,806, Oct. 19. 

Carson, William F., Jr., Brunswick, Ga., assignor to 
Hercules Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. Iso- 
merization of pinene to campheDe. 2,450,119, Sept. 28. 

Carsten, Hans R. F., Liverpool, and C. H. M. Thorpe, 
Huyton, assignors, by mesne assignments, to British 
Insulated Calender's Cables Limited, London, England. 
Coupling for coaxial cables. 2,439,841, Apr. 20. 

Carswell, Thomas S., Longmeadow, Mass., assignor to 
Monsanto Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Insolu- 
bilizins hydrolyzed polyvinyl acetate. 2,441,470, May 11- 

CarswelL Thomas S., Longmeadow, and R. F. Hayes, 
Springfield, Mass., assignors to Monsanto Chemical 
Company, St. Louis, Mo. Preparation of hydroxy - 
ethyl-2,5-dichlorobenzene. 2,449,877, Sept. 21. 

Carter, Albert C, assignor of one-half to A. Buchmann, 
one-fourth to J. Mintz, and one-fourth to M. E. Levinson, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Liquid filled dice agitator. 2,452,730, 
Nov. 2. 

Carter, Arthur D., Gastonia, N. C. Knot. 2.438,537, 
Mar. 30. 

Carter, Arthur D„ Gastonia, N. C. Knot. 2,438,538, 
Mar. 30. 

Carter, Ben, Granite City, 111., assignor of one-half to 
R. Y. Warga, Rolla, Mo. Barrel closing ring. 2,453,492, 
Nov. 9. 

Carter Carburetor Corporation, assignee : See — 
Berry. Russell G. 
Bicknell, George M. 
Brown, Morris C. 
Dulong, Roger R. 
Edelen. James L. 
Ericson, George R. 
Kommer. Fred A., and Boehlow. 
Korte, Alfred C, and Szwargulski. 
Walther, Paul H. 

Carter, Charles H, Mount Pocono, Pa. Suspension hook. 
2,456,374, Dec. 14. 

Carter, Chester W. : See — 

Ashworth, Fred, and Carter. 
Goodhue, William V., and Carter. 

Carter, Clarence F., Danville, 111. Apparatus for filling 
containers emploving vacuum and mechanical feeders. 
2,443,182, June 15. 

Carter, Donald W.. Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Diamond 
tool dresser. 2.438.147, Mar. 23. 

Carter, Edwin C, Rio Grande City, Tex. Artificial limb. 
2,453,969. Nov. 16. 

Carter, Elmer C, West Milton, and C. G. Dudis, assignors 
to The National Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio. 
Printing control means for cash registers. Re. 22,999, 
May 11. 

Carter, George I., Longmeadow, assignor to Haivey- 
Whipple. Incorporated, Springfield, Mass. Burner head 
for boilers. 2,443.575. June 15. 

Carter, Herman T., Madison, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. 
Double balanced modulator. 2,455,732. Dec. 7. 

Carter, James C. Pasadena, Calif. Sealing unit and 
gasket. 2,452,832, Nov. 2. 

Carter, James M. : See — 

Zwicky, Fritz, Ewing, Carter, and Stosick. 

Carter, John C, Berkeley, assignor to Tide Water Asso- 
ciated Oil Company, San Francisco, Calif. Purification 
of sulphonic salts. 2,441,258, May 11. 

Carter, John M., Baltimore. Md.. assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation. East Pittsburgh. Pa. Generator 
and cathode construction for electricity of ultra high 
frequency. 2.456,861. Dec. 21. 

Carter, Mitchell, Yardley, Pa., assignor to The Firestone 
Tire & Rubber Company. Akron, Ohio. Manufacture of 
sponge rubber. 2.445.732, July 20. 

Carter, Philip S., Port Jefferson, Long Island, N. Y., as- 
signor to Radio Corporation of America. Cavity reso- 
nator circuit. 2,444,152, June 29. 

Carter, Philip S., Rocky Point, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Broadcast antenna. Re. 
23,051, Nov. 23. 

Carter, Ralph B., Company, assignee : See — 
Jones, Fred C. 
Laughlin, William C. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Carter, Raymond S., Cuyahoga Falls, and M. L. Dorf, 
assignors to Wingfoot Corporation, Akron, Ohio. Wedge 
belt. 2,442,037, May 25. 

Carter, Raymond S., Cuyahoga Falls, and M. L. Dorf, as- 
signors to Wingfoot Corporation, Akron, Ohio. Making 
transmission belts. 2,456,580, Dec. 14. 

Carter, Robert E., Mount Holly Springs, assignor to C. H. 
Masland & Sons, Carlisle, Pa. Removable game pocket. 
2,448,416, Aug. 31. 

Carter, Russell W., assignor of thirty per cent to Wheelock 
and Cummins, Inc., Des Moines, Iowa. Mechanical 
movement device. 2,447,931, Aug. 24. 

Carter, William, Company, The, assignee : See — 
Redmond, Harriet L. 

Carter, William J. : See — 

Goldberg, Harry, Siwek, Long, and Carter. 

Carter, William J., Seattle, Wash. Electric range. 
2,437,376, Mar. 9. 

Carter, William R., assignor to Electric Machinery Mfg. 
Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Voltage regulator. 
2,443,300, June 15. 

Cartmell, Harold, and C. Carey, Chiliwack, British 
Columbia, Canada. Vacuum scuffler. 2,455,226, Nov. 
30. 

Cartmill, Holley, San Bernardino, Calif. Pedal scooter. 
2,436,199, Feb. 17. 

Cartotto, Edward, assignor to Illinois Testing Labora- 
tories, Inc., Chicago, 111. Circuit for obtaining pulsat- 
ing current output as a function of direct-current in- 
put. 2 V 447,232, Aug. 17. 

Cartter, William G., Monrovia, Calif. Overhead gas-fired 
radiator and reflector. 2,439,038, Apr. 6. 

Cartun, Paul O., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Double-ended electric in- 
candescent lamp. 2,434,757, Jan. 20. 

Cartun, Paul O., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Sealing-in method for 
lamps and similar devices. 2,447,158, Aug. 17. 

Cartun, Paul O., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Lamp terminal structure 
and manufacture. 2,447,159, Aug. 17. 

Cartwright, Horace A., Galion, Ohio. Automatic valve- 
actuating mechanism. 2,436,419, Feb. 24. 

Cartwright, Horace A., Galion, Ohio. Variable output 
pump. 2,445,603, July 20. 

Caruso, Mario, Maplewood, assignor to C-Eight Labora- 
tories, Newark, N. J. Article ejector for vending ma- 
chines. 2,455,976, Dec. 14. 

Caruso, Rocco P., Newark, assignor of forty-five per cent 
to R. W. Smith, Arlington, N. J., and ten per cent to 
A. D. T. Libby. Fishing rig. 2,456,254, Dec. 14. 

Carville, Theodore E. M., Lima, Ohio, assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Two-speed single-phase motor. 2,454,136, Nov. 16. 

Carwile, Sylvia C. Roanoke, Va. Animal bed and 
scratcher. 2,441,058, May 4. 

Cary, Philip E., Perryville, Md., assignor to International 
Harvester Company. Refrigeration system including an 
internal-combustion engine and control means therefor. 
2,435,498, Feb. 3. 

Cary, Raymond J., Jr., Long Beach, Calif., assignor to the 
United States of America as represented by the Secre- 
tary of War. Tunable inductance. 2,448,296, Aug. 31. 

Casablancas High Draft Company Limited, assignee : See — 
Noguera, Joseph. 

Casalino, Joseph, Forest Hills Gardens, N. Y., assignor 
to Nuvoplas Corporation, New York, N. Y. Compact. 
2,438.841, Mar. 30. 

Casaroll, Ernest J., Dotroit, Mich. Adustable control 
device. 2,445.602, Julv 20. 

Cascia, Angelo, Bronx, N. Y. Blindlike shade. 2,450,782, 
Oct. 5. 

Casco Products Corporation, assignee : See — 
Allenby, William F. 
Johnson. Arthur A. 
Youhouse, Joseph. 

Case Company, assignee : See — 
Case, Leslie C. 

Case, Emerson B., assignor to Robeson Cutlery Company, 
Inc., Perry, N. Y. Cutlery display board. 2,457,032, 
Dec. 21. 

Case, Harold W., Dayton, Ohio. Instrument panel for 
aircraft cockpits. 2,454,272, Nov. 23. 

Case, J. I., Company, assignee : See — ■ 
Clausen, Leon K. 

Hansen, Charles W., and Kranlck. 
Hcdquist, Milton T., and Haley. 
Heth, Sherman C. 
Irvine, Houston N. 
Jackson, Melvin F. 
Marsh. John I,. 
Russell, Stanley D. 
Rutter, Alvah E. 

Case, Leslie C., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Case Com- 
pany. Dispensing mechanism. 2, 443, 370, June 15. 

Case, Percival II., assignor to Universal Camera Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Water- and weatherprooflng con- 
struction of casings for binoculars. 2,454,859, Nov. 30. 

Case, Rogers, Orange, N. J. Wire-transposing device. 
2,430.789, Mar. 2. 

Case, Rogers, Orange, N. J. Reinforced wlre-contactim; 
Insulator assembly. 2,437,593, Mar. 9. 



Case, Rogers, Orange, N. J., assignor to Transadean Asso- 
ciates, Inc., New York, N. Y. Wire transposing device. 
2,455,227, Nov. 30. 

assignor to Transadean Asso- 
N. Y. Transposition bracket. 



assignor to Transadean Asso- 
N. Y. Transposition bracket. 



assignor to North- 
of lead sulfide. 



Case, Rogers, Orange, N. J., 
ciates, Inc., New York, 

2.455.228, Nov. 30. 
Case, Rogers, Orange, N. J., 

ciates, Inc., New York, 

2.455.229, Nov. 30. 
Case, W. R., & Sons Cutlery Co., assignee : See — 

Barnard, Harlin W., and Johnson, and Carey. 

Casellini, Ezio T., Salem, and L. Burns, Swampscott, 
assignors to Sylvania Electric Products Inc., Salem, 
Mass. Copper oxide rectifier element. 2,441,119, May 4. 

Caserta, Michele, Detroit, Mich. Shaft seal. 2,445,207, 
July 13. 

Caserta, Michele, Detroit, Mich. Rotary pump and pack- 
ing therefor. 2,457,643, Dec. 28. 

Cash, A. W., Company, assignee : See — 
Temple, Paul C. 
Terry, Charles M. 

Cashman, Aloysius F. : See — 

Hodges, Caleb E„ and Cashman. 
Lieber, Eugene, and Cashman. 

Cashman, Edward P. : See — 

Lieber, Eugene, and Cashman. 

Cashman, Robert J., Glenview, 111., 
western University. Photocell 
2,448,516, Sept. 7. 

Cashman, Robert J., Glenview, 111., assignor to North- 
western University. Photocell. 2,448,517, Sept. 7. 

Cashman, Robert J., Glenview, 111., assignor to North- 
western University. Photocell. 2,448,518, Sept. 7. 

Caskey, Henry T., Oakland, Calif. Adjustable automatic 
saw-table gauge. 2,435,382, Feb. 3. 

Casler, Leslie R., and L. F. Milner, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Electrical outlet structure. 2,457,347, Dec. 28. 

Casnati, Lola A., New York, N. Y. Sanitary holder for 
small articles. 2,439,335. Apr. 6. 

Casnati, Lola A., New York, N. Y. Apparatus for massag- 
ing portions of the body. 2,441,868, May 18. 

Caspar, Frank A., assignor to Pak Parachute Company 
Limited, Tiverton, England. Meterological balloon. 
2,455,469, Dec. 7. 

Casper, Ervin J., assignor of one-half to K. K. Casper, 
Vallejo, and one-half to W. H. Wilson, San Francisco, 
Calif. Caster. 2,437,907. Mar. 16. 

Casper, Joseph E., assignee, et al. : See — 
Du Mont, Frank J., and Sargent. 

Casper, Kenneth K., assignee, et al. : See — 
Casper, Ervin J. 

Casperson, Carl E., Tulsa, Okla. Swivel joint for rotarv 
drilling. 2,434,684, Jan. 20. 

Cass, Oliver W. : See — 

Vining, William H., and Cass. 

Cass, Oliver W., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Pro- 
duction of acetals. 2,433,890, Jan. 6. 

Cass, Oliver W., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company. Wilmington, Del. 
Dehydrofiuorination of polyfluoroalkanes. 2,442,993, 
June 8. 

Cass, Oliver W., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Chlorination of ethanol. 2,443,183, June 15. 

Cass, Oliver W., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Preparation of unsaturated chloronitriles. 2,443,494, 
June 15. 

Cass, Oliver W., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Photochlorination of acetylene. 2,456,173, Dec. 14. 

Cass, Oliver W., and H. B. Copelin, Niagara Falls, N. Y., 
assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Chlorination of furan. 2,443,493, 
June 15. 

Cass, Thomas F., Jr., Wayne, D. Kirk, Chicago, 111., and 
F. W. Lanigan, Lincoln, Mass., assignors to Container 
Corporation of America, Chicago, 111. Apparatus for 
sealing containers. 2,447,997, Aug. 24. 

Cass, William E. : See — 

Norlander, Birger W., and Cass. 

Cass, William E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Preparation of tetrahalogenated 
benzenes and benzoic acids. 2,439,237, Apr. 6. 

Cassee, Ewout : See — 

Klinkhamer, Hendrik A. W., and Cassee. 

Cassel, Hans M., Plainfield, N. J. Method and apparatus 

for measuring surface tension. 2,448,768, Sept. 7. 
Cassell, Lloyd H., Los Angeles, Calif. Perforation cleaner 

and washer. 2,433,828, Jan. 6. 
Cassen, Benedict, Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to West- 

inghouse Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 

High-frequency dielectric heating apparatus. 2,449,451, 

Sept. 14. 
Cassidy, Arthur R., assignee : See — 

Adams, Harold A. 
Cassidy, George E., Alplaus, N. Y., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Engine test system. 2,440,076, Apr. 

20. 
Cassidy, John H., and R. M. Grunden, assignors to The 

Hinde & Dauch Paper Company, Sandusky, Ohio. Com- 

partmented container. 2,450,419, Oct. 5. 



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Casson, Edward A., Washington, D. C. Graining machine. 
2,440,931, May 4. 

Casson, Nicholas V., Bronx, N. Y. Ecclesiastical equip- 
ment. 2,453,892, Nov. 16. 

Castagnola, Angelo B., Oakland, Calif. Molder's flask. 
2,453,893, Nov. 16. 

Castberg, Thomas : See — 

Lynch, Frank W., and Castberg. 

Castedello, William : See — ■ 

Schwartz, Morris, and Castedello. 

Castedello, William, assignor to The Kalart Company Inc., 
Stamford, Conn. Photoflash synchronizing device for 
cameras. 2,439,417, Apr. 13. 
Castel, Maurice, Freeport, N. Y. Hand device for attach- 
ing gummed labels. 2,435,129, Jan. 27. 

Castellan, Carl A. : See — 

Stanley, Richard W., and Castellan. 

Castellan, Carl A., assignor to American Viscose Corpora- 
tion, Wilmington, Del. Thread advancing reel. 
2,446.525, Aug. 10. 

Castiglia, Biagis, assignor to Wheel Aligning Necessities, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Wheel gauge for vehicles. 
2,438,358, Mar. 23. 

Castle, Carl H., assignor to The Sturgis Products Com- 
pany, Sturgis, Mich. Method of tumbling barrel finish- 
ing and material and production thereof. 2,439,156, 
Apr. 6. 

Castle, James B., Oakland, assignor to Reconstruction 
Finance Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. Vehicle 
mounted front end loader. 2,449,160, Sept. 14. 

Castle, William E., Fontana, Calif. Grommet setting im- 
plement. 2,445,761, July 27. 

Castner, James B., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Nitration apparatus. 
2,438,204, Mar. 23. 

Castoe, Floyd H., Dallas, Tex. Spot removing machine. 
2,444,728. July 6. 

Caston, Pierre, assignor to De Trey Freres S. A., Zurich, 
Switzerland. Manufacture of tnenno-setting synthetic 
resins by the polymerization of alkylene oxide deriva- 
tives. 2,444,333, June 29. 

Caswell, George A., assignor to Taylor Instrument Com- 
panies, Rochester, N. Y. Shakedown device for ther- 
mometers. 2.447,635, Aug. 24. 

Catalin Corporation of America, assignee : See — 
Flood, William E., and Kosinszki. 

Catalina, Inc., assignee : See — 
Guithues, Leo B. 

Catalyst Research Corporation, assignee : See — 
Frazer, Joseph C. W., and Bennett. 

Cate, Paul E., Knoxville, Tenn., assignor to Robertshaw- 
Fulton Controls Company. Method and apparatus for 
bonding thin sections to heavier members. 2,450,120, 
Sept. 28. 

Caterpillar Tractor Co., assignee : See — 
Burks, George E. 
Johnson, Lloyd E. 
Rosen, Carl G. A. 

Catheron, Allan R. : See — 

Philbrick, George A., and Catheron. 

Cathey, Clarence D., and J. E. Miller, Checotah, Okla. 
Washing machine. 2,453,620, Nov. 9. 

Cathey, Robert S., and L. D. Clarke, Portland, Oreg. ; 
said Clarke, assignor to said Cathey. Support for 
newspaper bags. 2,454,732, Nov. 23. 

Catizone, Daniel, New York, N. Y. Infant's garment 
2.451,807, Oct. 19. 

Catlin, John P., Fairfield, G. R. Eckstein, Bridgeport. 
Conn., and M. B. Vordahl, Richland, Wash., assignors 
to Remington Arms Company, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. 
Necking and tapering cartridge cases. 2,442,841, June 8. 

Catlin, Louis F., Jr. : See — 

Catlin, Louis F., Sr., Rourke, and Catlin. 

Catlin, Louis F., Sr., R. Rourke, and L. F. Catlin, Jr., as- 
signors to Apex Tool & Cutter Company, Shelton, Conn. 
Milling tool. 2,455,230, Nov. 30. 

Catron, Joe D., Rosenberg, Tex. Revolving card file and 
posting table. 2,452.291, Oct. 26. 

Caughey, Robert A., Wilton, N. H. Apparatus for drying 
finely divided materials while suspended in a gas. 
2.456,674, Dec. 21. 

Caughrean, Milo C, Seattle, Wash. HeaVy-duty sled. 
2,442,918, June 8. 

Cauley, Stephen P. : See — 

Happel, John, and Cauley. 

Cauley, Stephen P., Garden City, N. Y., assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated. Method of remov- 
ing mercaptans from a liquid mixture of hydrocarbons 
containing low-boiling and high-boiling mercaptans. 
2.446.507, Aug. 3. 

Cauley, Stephen P., Garden City, N. Y., assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated. Production of 
commercially pure mercaptans and disulfides. 2,455,656, 
Dec. 7. 

Caulkins, Cecil P., assignor to American Ordnance Corpo- 
ration, New London, Conn. Mortar mount. 2,444,334, 
June 29. 

Cautley, John R., assignor to Bendix Aviation Corporation, 
South Bend, Ind. Means for causing prerotation of air- 
craft wheels. 2,452,633, Nov. 2. 

Cauwenberg, Winf red J. : See — 

Aagaard, Leif, and Cauwenberg. 
Aagaard, Leif, Cauwenberg, and Whately. 

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Cavalcanti, Benjamin A. D., Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 

Altimetric-stereo-corrector. 2,448,484, Aug. 31. 
Cavalier Corporation, assignee : See — 

Reilly, William I. 
Cavaliito, Chester J., Rensselaer, and F. K. Kirchner, 

Albany, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Winthrop- 

Stearns Inc., New York, N. Y. Preparing penicillin. 

2,446,574, Aug. 10. 
Cavanagh, Agnes L. : See — 

Cavanagh, John F. 
Cavanagh, John F. : See — 

Kenney, George M., and Cavanagh. 
Cavanagh, John F., Providence, R. I., assignor to J. F. 

and A. L. Cavanagh, as joint tenants. Implement for 

driving staples. 2,434,260, Jan. 13. 
Cavanagh, John F., Providence, assignor to N. G. Burke, 

Warwick, R. I. Electrical appliance cord. 2,446,907, 

Aug. 10. 
Cavanagh, John R. : See — 

Meno, Stanley J., and Cavanagh. 
Cavanagh, Robert T., Toronto, Ontario, Canada, assignor 

to Allen B. Du Mont Laboratories, Inc., Passaic, N. J. 

Direct-current amplifier. 2,445,938, July 27. 
Cave, Donald E., Griffin, Ind. Tie rod end installation. 

2,457,444, Dec. 28. 
Cavins, Omar A., Taft, Calif. Golf putting device. 

2,456,813, Dec. 21. 
Cawein, Madison, Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Farnsworth Research Corporation. Fo- 
cus control for television image tubes. 2,434,196, Jan. 6. 
Cawein, Madison, Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Farnsworth Research Corporation. 

Television image tube. 2,437,418, Mar. 9. 
Cawein, Madison, Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Farnsworth Research Corporation. 

Electroontical device. 2,440,735, May 4. 
Cawein, Madison, Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Farnsworth Research Corporation. 

Image analyzing tube. 2,440,736, May 4. 
Cawein, Madison, Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Farnsworth Research Corporation. 

Aircraft antenna. 2,440,737, May 4. 
Cawein, Madison, Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Farnsworth Research Corporation. 

Wave generator. 2,440,895, May 4. 
Cawein, Madison, Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Farnsworth Research Corporation. Dif- 
ferentiating discharge tube. 2.446,260. Aug. 3. 
Cawein, Madison, Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Farnsworth Research Corporation. 

Deflecting coil. 2,457,773, Dec. 28. 
Cawein, Madison, Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Farnsworth Research Corporation. 

Inductively coupled band-pass filter. 2,457,774, Dec. 28. 
Cawein, Madison, and R. W. Sanders, Fort Wayne, Ind., 

assignors, by mesne assignments, to Farnsworth Re- 
search Corporation. Panoramic receiving system. 

2.445.562, July 20. 
Cecchini, Angelo, Astoria, Long Island, N. Y. Electric 

stove with utensil retaining means. 2,448,417, Aug. 

Cedar Corp'n. assignee : See — 

Dupuy, Charles F. J. 
Cedarholm, Oscar R., Quincy, Mich., assignor of twenty 
per cent to O. R. Cedarholm, Jr., Fairfield, Conn. 
Vehicle bumper jack. 2,456,375, Dec. 14. 
Cedarholm, Oscar R., Jr., assignee : See — 
Cedarholm, Oscar R. 

Celanese Corporation of America, assignee : See — ■ 
Allan, John. 

Argyle, Christopher S., and Gibson. 
Balch, Ralph H., and McCormick. 
Bell, Angus S., and Greenwood. 
Bludworth. Joseph E., and Easter. 
Bludworth, Joseph E., Robeson, and Truby. 
Cannon, Paul H. 
Creamer, Robert M. 
Daly, Arthur J., and Lowe. 
Dodge, Frederick G. 

Dreyfus, Camille, Rowley, and Thompson. 
Dreyfus, Henry. 

Dreyfus, Henry, and Finlayson and Perry. 
Dreyfus, Henry, and Pool. 
Dreyfus, Henry, Rooney, and Shaw. 
Eastwood, Donald R. 
Elvin, William J., Shaffer, and Stahl. 
Elvin, William J., and Stahl. 
Fallows, Leonard, and Mellers. 
Fonville, John L., and Barneycastle. 
Haney, Clifford I., Martin, and Sherk. 
Jackson, Thomas, and Hill. 
Jones, John E. 
Keight, Albert W. 
Miller, Samuel A., and Groombridge. 
Moncrieff. Robert W. 
Moncrieff, Robert W., and Pool. 
Plunkett, Brian, and Fama. 
Roberts, Robert P. 

Rooney, James H„ Sharphouse, and Hawtin. 
Santoro, Ovid, and Jaskot. 
Schwartz, Aaron. 

Seymour, George W., and Fortess. 
Seymour, George W., and Salvin. 
Seymour, George W., Salvin, and Edwards. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS,. 1948 



Salvin, and Hiesernian. 
Ward, and Hunter 
White, and Barabash. 

and Finlayson. 



Celanese Corporation of America, assignee: See — Con- 
tinued. 

Seymour, George W., 
Seymour, George W., 
Seymour, George W., 
Shuman, Royal L. 
Simpson, William J., 
Ward, George C, and Salvin. 
White, Francis T.. and Daly. 
Cellomold Limited, assignee : See — 

Davies, Drury N. 
Cellwork, William E., assignor to Standard Steel Works, 
Kansas City, Mo. Valve for spray bars. 2,439,539, 
Apr. 13. 
Celotex Corporation, The, assignee, et al. : See — 
Elmendorf, Armin, and Lieff. 
Krajci, Samuel, and Savage. 
Muench, Carl G. 
Cemenstone Corporation, The, assignee : See — 

Henderson, Albert. 
Central Bank and Trust Company, executor : See — ■ 

McLaren, Peter J., Vaughan, and Fry. 
Central Commercial Company, assignee : See — 

Koehl, James A. 
Central Mine Equipment Co., assignee : See — ■ 

Patterson, James M. 
Central Soya Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Gunther, James K., and Sair. 
Centrifix Corporation, assignee : See — 

Wright. Bruce E. 
Century Geophysical Corporation, assignee : See — 

Morrow, Marvin E. 
Cercownav, John M., Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Table as- 
sembly for automobiles. 2,451,275, Oct. 12. 
Cerna, Wendell W., Mount Lebanon, assignor to Hall 
Laboratories, Inc., Pittsburgh, Pa. Boiling out steam 
boilers prior to placing them in operation and composi- 
tion therefor. 2,439,784, Apr. 13. 
Cerruti, Leland G. : See — 

Gattuccio, Salvadore, and Cerruti. 
Certain-teed Products Corporation, assignee : See — 

Dryer. Eldon O. 
Certain-Teed Products Corporation, assignee, et al. : See — 

Elmendorf, Armin, and Lieff. 
Cesareo, Orfeo : See — 

Andrews, Ernest G., and Cesareo. 
Cesareo, Orfeo, Washington Township, Bergen County, 
N. J., assignor to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Signaling system and train- 
ing device for target tracking. 2,453,743, Nov. 16. 
Chabrol, Armand A., Seine, France, assignor to General 
Electric Company. Temperature measuring system. 
2,450,269, Sept. 28. 
Chace. Paul G., Attleboro Falls, assignor to Metals & 
Controls Corporation, Attleboro, Mass. Thermostatic 
element. 2,434,392, Jan. 13. 
Chace. Paul G.. Attleboro Falls, and U. TJ. Savolalnen, 
assignors to Metals & Controls Corporation, Attleboro, 
Mass. Radiator vent valve. 2.434,393. Jan. 13. 
Chace, Thomas B., assignor to The Dole Valve Company, 
Chicago, 111. Mixer valve and control. 2,444,631, 
July 6. 
Chace, Thomas B., Winnetka, assignor to The Dole Valve 
Company, Chicago, 111. Fluid control system. 2,453,409, 
Nov. 9. 
Chace, W. M.. Company, assignee : See — 

Alban, Clarence F. 
Cbadkewicz, Alexander : See — 

Nims, Paul T., and Chadkewicz. 
Chadsey. Fred P.. Fillmore, Calif. Airplane deicing and 

engine silencing construction. 2,446,210, Aug. 3. 
Chadwick. Earl L., Portland, Oreg. Stove pipe fastener. 

2,455,406, Dec. 7. 
Chadwick. George A. : See — 

Wright, Carleton H., Chadwick, and Burk. 
Chadwick. Georire A., Detroit, Mich., and P. H. Girouard, 
Washington. D. C. Door operating mechanism for pow- 
der hoists. 2,452.035. Oct. 26. 
Chadwick. Oeorge A., and P. W. Burk, Washington, D. C. 

Machine gun. 2.453.830. Nov. 16. 
Chadwick. George A., Washington Grove. Md., and P. H. 
Girouard, Washington, D. C. Ammunition stowage and 
handling. 2.456.620. Dec. 21. 
Chadwick. Vincent. Chelsea, and O. I. E. Hallberg, Boston, 

Mass Water rheostat control. 2,457,124, Dec. 28. 
Chafco. Earl W., Great Nock, and II. C. Van Auken, Man- 
hnsset, N. Y., assignors to The Sperry Corporation. 
Bomb release mechanism. 2,435.575, Feb. 10. 
Chaffln, Paul, Harristown, 111. Trailer hitch. 2,435,383, 

Feb. 8. 
Chaille. Diaries J., assignor to Aeronca Aircraft Corpora- 
tion. Middletown. Ohio. Tube bonder. 2,456,675, Dec. 21. 
Chain Belt Company, assignee: See — 
Hllkemeler, Louis G. 
Hilkemeler. Louta G., and Viall. 
Klaucke, Hermann. 
Klein, Robert E. 
I.ind, Arthur C. 
Lind, Arthur C. and Klein. 
Longenecker, Charles I. 
l.oiiLcn, < Kcr. Charles I., and Quast. 
McMillan, Andrew. 

Miller, Arthur E., Viall, and Llndow. 
Sclilro. Raymond M. G. 
Schmidt, Oliver G. 



Chalberg, Harry W. A., Berne, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Portable cathode-ray oscilloscope. 
2,440,538, Apr. 27. 

Chalberg, Harry W. A., Berne, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric blanket control. 2,456,916, 
Dec. 21. 

Chalfin, Norman L., New York, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Philips Laboratories, Inc., Irvington-on- 
Hudson, N. Y. Piezoelectric apparatus. 2,447,160, 
Aug. 17. 

Chalicarne, Gabriel, assignor to Societe Anonyme : Forges 
& Ateliers De Meudon, Meudon, France. Pneumatic 
chuck. 2,454,593, Nov. 23. 

Chalkley, Lyman, Brick Township, Ocean County, N. J. 
Photochemical preparation of stable dyes. 2,441,561, 
May 18. 

Challis, Kenneth J. : See — 

Dimsdale, Wilfrid H., and Challis. 

Chalmers, Thomas H., New York, N. Y. Eye shade. 
2,441,659, May 18. 

Chalos, Marcel, Paris, France. Pretensioned reinforce- 
ment. 2,449.276, Sept. 14. 

Chalupa, Joseph F., Norwood, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Turbine ap- 
paratus. 2,441,135, May 11. 

Chamberlain, Beverly H. : See — 

Mace, Harry W., and Chamberlain. 

Chamberlain, Clark W., East Lansing, Mich. Method and 
apparatus for molecular absorption of vibration. Re. 
22,995, Apr. 27. 

Chamberlain Company of America, assignee : See — 
Willett, Leon E. 

Chamberlain, Edward G. : See — 

Hargrave, John E., and Chamberlain. 

Chamberlain, James M. W., assignee, et al. : See — 
Nathan, Tracy D., Rowe, and Chamberlain. 

Chamberlain, James M. W., Fairlawn, Ohio. Fluid- 
coupling assembly. 2,448,769, Sept. 7. 

Chamberlain, James M. W., Fairlawn, assignor to United 
States Stoneware Company, Akron, Ohio. Fluid-retain- 
ing joint and method of making the same. 2,451,070, 
Oct. 12. 

Chamberlain, Paul A., assignor to Signode Steel Strapping 
Company, Chicago, 111. Bundle binding machine. 
2,438.386, Mar. 23. 

Chamberlin, John W., Mequon, and J. F. Horvath, as- 
signors to Cleaver-Brooks Company, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Apparatus for treating articles or units of material in 
a liquid bath. 2,442,484, June 1. 

Chamberlin, Richard H„ assignor to Eitel-McCullough, 
Inc., San Bruno, Calif. Electron tube. 2.444,281, June 
29. 

Chambers, Albert M., Jr., assignor to The Garlock Packing 
Company. Palmyra, N. Y. Oil seal. 2,434.485, Jan. 13. 

Chambers, Albert M., Jr., Pittsford, N. Y.. assignor to The 
Garlock Packing Company, Palmyra, N. Y. Oil seal. 
2.434,484. Jan. 13. 

Chambers. Allan C, assignor to Bendix Aviation Corpora- 
tion, South Bend, Ind. Inertia-actuated switch. 
2,445,873. July 27. 

Chambers, John M.. Boston, assignor to Arthur D. Little, 
Inc., Cambridge. Mass. Vertical heating and circulat- 
ing tube still. 2,449.587, Sept. 21. 

Chambers, John M.. and E. V. Bunting, assignors to Harry 
Ferguson, Inc., Dearborn, Mich. Automatic depth con- 
trol for groundworking implements. 2,437,875, Mar. 16. 

Chambers, Leslie A., Upper Darby, assignor to The Trus- 
tees of the Universitv of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Virus vaccines. 2,445.300. July 13. 

Chambers, Leslie A., Upper Darby, assignor to The Trus- 
tees of the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Influenza vaccine. 2,445,301. July 13. 

Chambers, Paul A., assignor of one-half to L. E. Harris, 
Santa Monica, Calif. Combined signal light and rear- 
view mirror. 2,457,348, Dec. 28. 

Chambers, T. E., assignee : See — 
Bower, Frank P. 

Chambliss, Hiriam D., Oak Ridge, Tenn. Lathe. 
2,453,744, Nov. 16. 

Champain, Louis, New York, N. Y. Automobile and air- 
plane wheel. 2,440.400, Apr. 27. 

Champion Forge Company, assignee : See — 
Terhune. Howard. 

Champion Manufacturing Co., assignee : See — 
Sanders, Eugene P. 

Champion Spark Plug Company, assignee: See — 
Habicht, Louis A., and Vogel. 
Lewis, James F., Jr. 

Champion, William J., La Grange, assignor to Ditto, In- 
corporated, Chicago, 111. Dye composition. 2,440,364, 
Apr. 27. 

Champion, William J., La Grange, assignor to Ditto, In- 
corporated, Chicago, 111. Device for winding hectograph 
rolls evenly. 2,448,659, Sept. 7. 

Champlain Company, Inc., assignee: See — 
Auer, Frederick. 

Clianal, Lucien, Annecy, France; vested in the Attorney 
Genera] of the United States. Record engraver suspen- 
sion for sound track registering machines. 2,445,762, 
July 27. 

Chanal, Lucien, Annecy, France ; vested in the Attorney 
General of the United. Feed controller for record 
engraver carrying carriages. 2,446,526, Aug. 10. 



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Chance, A. B., Company, assignee : See — 
Hubbard, David C. 

Chance, Franklin S. : See — 
Hubbard, David C. 
Kvalnes, Hamline M.. and Chance. 

Chandler, Edward F., Brooklyn, N. Y. Fastening device. 
2,442,398, June 1. 

Chandler, James H., Oak Park, and M. J. Zimmer, Wood- 
dale, assignors to Ekco Products Company, Chicago, 111. 
Can opener. 2,446,633, Aug. 10. 

Chandler, Leslie O., assignee : See — 
Keithley, Tim P., and Chandler. 

Chandler. .Milton E.. New Britain, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Niles-Bement-Pond Company. West 
Hartford, Conn. Control apparatus. Re. 22,984, Mar. 
16. 

Chandler, Milton E.. New Britain, assignor, by mesne as 
signments, to Niles-Bement-Pond Company, West Hart- 
ford, Conn. Control apparatus for internal-combustion 
engines. 2,437,377, Mar. 9. 

Chandler, Milton E., New Britain, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Niles-Bement-Pond Company, West 
Hartford, Conn. Control apparatus for combustion en- 
gines. 2,442,399, June 1". 

Chandler, Milton E., New Britain, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Niles-Bement-Pond Company, West Hart- 
ford, Conn. Carburetor. 2,445,389, July 20. 

Chandler, Milton E., New Britain, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Niles-Bement-Pond Company, West 
Hartford, Conn. Control apparatus for internal-com- 
bustion engines. 2,450,826, Oct. 5. 

Chandler Products Corporation, assignee : See — 
Klukan, Joseph F. 

Chaney, David W., Nether Providence Township, Delaware 
County, Pa., assignor to American Viscose Corporation, 
Wilmington, Del. Polyfluorinated acrylonitriles. 
2,439,505, Apr. 13. 

Chaney, David W., Nether Providence Township, Delaware 
County, Pa., assignor to American Viscose Corporation, 
Wilmington, Del. Ethers from polyfluoro acrylonitriles 
and monohydric alcohols. 2.443,024, June 8. 

Chaney, David W., Nether Providence Township, Delaware 
County, Pa., assignor to American Viscose Corporation, 
Wilmington, Del. Polyfluorinated propionitriles. 
2.456,768. Dec. 21. . 

Chaney, Harry L. : See — 

Gibbons. Donald B., and Chaney. 

Channell, James W., San Marino, Calif. Distributing ter- 
minal. 2.434,102, Jan. 6. 

Chanoux, Ferdinand, Elmhurst, Long Island, N. Y. Re- 
mote control light control device. 2,448,859, Sept. 7. 

Chapal Donner Corporation, The, assignee : See — 
Donner, Carl H. 

Chapin, Harold E., Los Angeles, Calif. Bookmark. 
2,437,074, Mar. 2. 

Chapin, Reynold S., Flushing, assignor to Press Wireless, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Radio telegraph receiving sys- 
tem. 2,451,916, Oct. 19. 

Chapman, Fred H., Pepperell, Mass., assignor to The 
International Paper Box Machine Company, Nashua, 
N. H. Mechanism for feeding sheets of stiff fibrous 
material. 2,449.690. Sept. 21. 

Chapman, Harold D. : See — 

Caldwell, Hamilton P., Jr., and Chapman. 
Mangold, Eli F. 

Chapman, Harvey G., Jr. : See — 

Brant, Walter R.. and Chapman. 

Chapman, James E., Phoenix, Ariz., assignor to The Gar- 
rett Corporation, Loa Angeles, Calif. Induction motor 
hrake. 2,434,034, Jan. 6. 

Chapman, James F. : See — 

Carlin, Herbert J., and Chapman. 

Chapman, Mary E. H., Crane, Mo. Foldable ■ kitchen 
table. 2,456,862, Dec. 21. 

Chapman, Matthew H., Jr., Providence, R. I. Finger tip 
moistener for baseball pitchers. 2,438,037, Mar. 16. 

Chapman, Stuart H., Lima, assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric Corporation. Pittsburgh, Pa. Spreader stoker ap- 
paratus. 2.434,261, Jan. 13. 

Chapman. Thomas O. : See — 

Nyvall, Yngve J., and Chapman. 

Chappell, Joseph J., Lockland, and M. R. Osborne, Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. Nail brush. 2,439,922, Apr. 20. 
Chappuis, John A., Neuchatel, Switzerland. Stamping 
press for precision work. 2,448,136, Aug. 31. 

Charles, Harold H., Virden, 111., and H. P. Behlen, 
Columbus, Nebr. Keying device for aviation ground 
trainer signaling equipment. 2,441,136, May 11. 

Charles, Howard S., assignor of one-half to H. C. Morris, 
Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Locking device for inter- 
fitting members. 2,445.020, July 13. 

Charley, Walter F., Central Point, assignor of one-half to 
E. E. Nill. Medford, Oreg. Adjustable trestle or the 
like. 2,440.847, May 4. 

Charlin, Andrg M. B., Montrouge, France. Winding device 
for cinematograph films and other applications. 
2,437,997, Mar. 16. 
Charlton, William, and J. B. Harrison, Blackley, Man- 
chester, England, assignors to Imperial Chemical In- 
dustries Limited. Reaction of an etherified melamine- 
formaldehyde condensation product with an etherified 
phenol-formaldehyde condensation product. 2,451,153, 
Oct. 12. 



Charney, Jesse : See — 

Alburn, Harvey E., Charney, and Bernhart. 

Charney, Jesse, New York, N. Y., assignor to W'yeth Incor- 
porated, Philadelphia, Pa. Solutions of riboflavin. 
2,445,208, July 13. 

Charney, Jesse, New York, N. Y., assignor to Wyeth 
Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Solutions of riboflavin. 
2,449,640, Sept. 21. 

Charrier, George M., Collingswood, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Recognition system for pulse 
echo radio locators. 2,453,970, Nov. 16. 

Chase, Alvin, assignor to The Bristol Company, Water- 
bury, Conn. Tappet-actuating member. 2,444,495, 
July 6. 

Chase, Arthur E. : See — - 

Bourne, Roland B., and Tyskewicz, and Chase. 

Chase Brass & Copper Co. Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Crampton, Donald K., Petersen, and Wood. 
Mellette, Cyril W. 
Trudeau, Andre J. 

Chase Candy Company, assignee : See — 
Barnett, Joseph J. 

Chase, Ernest E., E. S. Nokes, and F. E. Stratton. Beverly, 
and W. V. Goodhue, Ipswich, Mass., assignors to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Armed 
turret. 2,450,541, Oct. 5. 

Chase, George O. : See — 

Christiansen, Walter G., and Chase. 

Chase, Herbert S., Worcester, Mass. Knitting box. 
2,437,503, Mar. 9. 

Chase, Irwin, and B. Darsie, Bayonne, N. J., assignors to 
Electric Boat Company, Groton, Conn. Gun turret. 
2,444,246, June 29. 

Chase, Leon R., Boulder City, and R. H. Dimick, North 
Las Vegas, Nev. Continuous reading thermocouple 
temperature measuring device for rotary vessels. 
2,441,562, May 18. 

Chase, Theron P., Huntington Woods, assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Wheel cover. 
2,441.008, May 4. 

Chassaing, Pierre : See — 

Guinot, Henri M., and Melle. 

Chatelas. Edouard G., assignor of one-half to J. Moreau, 
Nice, France. Roundabout. 2,434,486, Jan. 13. 

Chatham Chemical Company, The, assignee : See — 
Daugherty, Charles C. 

Chatten, Clarence K., and S. A. Eller, New York, N. Y. 
Brittle point testing apparatus. 2,450,880, Oct. 12. 

Chatterjea, Prafulla K., London, England, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to International Standard Electric 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Thermistor circuit in- 
terrupter control system responsive to load circuit con- 
ditions. 2,438,495, Mar. 30. 

Chatterjea, Prafulla K., and L. W. Houghton, assignors 
to Standard Telephones and Cables Limited, London, 
England. Generator of periodically varying electric 
currents. 2,434,907. Jan. 27. 

Chatterjea, Prafulla K., and C. T. Scully, London, Eng- 
land, assignors, by mesne assignments, to International 
Standard Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Thermionic amplifier. 2,434,908, Jan. 27. 

Chatterjea, Prafulla K., and J. K. Beney, assignors to 
Standard Telephones and Cables Limited. London, Eng- 
land. Pulse modulation communication systems. 
2,441,954, May 25. 

Chatterjea, Prafulla K., and L. W. Houghton, assignors 
to Standard Telephones and Cables Limited, London, 
England. Pulse time modulation multiplex receiver. 
2,447,233, Aug. 17. 

Chatterjea, Prafulla K., and C. T. Scully, assignors to 
Standard Telephones and Cables Limited, London, 
England. Pulse modulation systems of electric com- 
munication. 2,452,547, Nov. 2. 

Chatterjea, Prafulla K., and L. W. Houghton, London, 
W. C. 2, assignors to Standard Telephones and Cables 
Limited, London, England. Pulse echo system for dis- 
tance measuring. 2,454,772. Nov. 30. 

Chatterjea, Prafulla K., and L. W. Houghton, assignors 
to Standard Telephones and Cables Limited, London, 
England. ' Pulse multiplex transmitter employing a 
cathode-ray tube time modulator. 2.454,773, Nov. 30. 

Chatterjea, Prafulla K., and L. W. Houghton, assignors, 
by mesne assignments, to Standard Telephones and 
Cables Limited, London W. C. 2, England. Circuit 
arrangement for producing electrical pulses. 2,457,125, 
Dec. 28. 

Chaussg, Wilfred, Granby, Quebec, Canada. Traction at- 
tachment for driving wheels. 2,441,471, May 11. 

Chausson, Gaston, assignor to Societe Anonyme Des TJsines 
Chausson, Asnieres, France. Gearbox control device. 
2,434,735, Jan. 20. 

Chavannes, Marc A., Genthod, Switzerland, assignor to 
American Ecla Corporation, Dover, Del. Making thin 
rubber films. 2,439.157. Apr. 6. 

Chavannes, Marc A., Kingston, N. Y. Apparatus for pro- 
ducing films. 2,443,443, June 15. 

Chayes Dental Instrument Corporation, assignee : See — 
Blair, James H. 

Cheatum, Leo G. : See — 

Jones, Frank D.. and Cheatum. 

Check, Frank M., Sr., Stratford, Conn. Bending ball 
arbor. 2,451,717, Oct. 19. 

Checkon, John, Gary, Ind. Atomizer. 2,449,927, Sept. 
21. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Cheek. Alvah R., Thurman, Iowa. Engine head lifting 

tool. 2,456,917, Dec. 21. 
Cheeseman, Charles H. : See — ■ 

Putnam. David F., and Cheeseman. 
Cheesman, Richard D., assignor to Traylor Engineering 
& Mfg., Co., Allentown, Pa. Drier heating system. 
2,448,770, Sept. 7. 
Chefford Master Manufacturing Co., Inc., assignee : See — - 

McCullough, Delbert. 
Cheiten, Samuel S., Highland Park, N. J. Toilet flush tank 

yalve. 2,436,035, Feb. 17. 
Chelton, Frederick P., Baltimore, Md. Ventilating louvers 

for storm windows. 2,436,551, Feb. 24. 
Chemical Construction Corporation, assignee : See — 
Allen, Louis N., Jr. and Zahray. 
Broughton. Harold E. 
Schideler, Pierre, and Davis. 
Whitner, Thomas C. 
Chemical Developments Corporation, assignee : See — 
Drummond, Folsom E. 
Luaces, Enrique L., and Crosby. 
Velten, Edmund M. 
Chemical Foundation, Incorporated, The, assignee : See — 

Hixson, Arthur W., and Miller. 
Chemical Foundation, Incorporated, The, assignee, 
trustee : See — 

Hixson, Arthur W. and Miller. 
Chemical Laboratories, Inc., assignee : See — 

Whitner, Thomas C. 
Chemische Fabriek L. van der Grinten, assignee : See — 

Vallen, Matheus M. P., and Van Den Dolder. 
Chemlinski, Raymond, Schenectady, N. Y. Combined pipe 
stand and container for smoking tobacco. 2,453,971, 
Nov. 16. 
Chemprotin Products, assignee : See — 

Edsall, Lou B., Kilander, Kormendi. and Boekceler. 
Chemprotin Products, assignee, et al. : See — 

Boeckeler, Benjamin C. 
Chenault, Odis W., assignee : See — 

Samuels, Joseph V. 
Cheney, Azro J., Jr., Upper Montclair, N. J., assignor to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Extruding polytetrafluoroethylene and coating articles 
therewith. 2,456,621, Dec. 21. 
Cheney, Charles W., Hockley, Birmingham, England. Key- 
locked slidable bolt fastening for attache cases and the 
like. 2,444,247, June 29. 
Cheney, Harry A., Oakland, assignor to Shell Development 
Company, San Francisco, Calif. Production of dihalo- 
genated saturated lower aliphatic compounds. 2,442,285, 
May 25. 
Cheney, Harry A., R. Dagley, Jr., and S. H. McAllister, 
Berkeley, assignors to Shell Development Company, San 
Francisco, Calif. Production of unsaturated alcohols. 
2,434,394. Jan. 13. 
Cheney, Harry A., Berkeley, and S. H. McAllister, Lafay- 
ette, assignors to Shell Development Company, San 
Francisco, 'Calif. Conversion of alkyl aromatic hydro- 
carbons into alkenyl aromatic hydrocarbons. 2,441,095, 
May 4. 
Cheney, Lee C, and J. R. Piening, assignors to Parke, 
Davis & Company, Detroit, Mich. 3-Amino-4-carbe- 
thoxy-2-alkyl derivatives of thiophene. 2,443,598, 
June 22. 
Cheney, Dee C, Detroit, and W. G. Bywater, Grosse 
Pointe Woods, assignors to Parke Davis & Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Morpholine substituted esters. 2,447,39o, 
Aug. 17. 
Chenicek, Joseph A., Riverside, assignor to Universal Oil 
Products Company. Chicago, 111. Production of alde- 
hydes by a halogen-hvdrogen exchange reaction. 
2!447.565, Aug. 24. 
Chenicek, Joseph A., and R. H. Rosenwald, Riverside, as- 
signors to Universal Oil Products Company, Chicago, 111. 
Stabilization of amines with 2-alkyl-4-alkoxyphenols. 
2,442,457, June 1. 
Chenoweth, Irving S., Eureka, 111. Fuze. 2,436,378, 
Feb. 24. 

Cherba, Samuel : See — 

Gronempver, Erich, and Cherba. 
Cherin, Emanuel T., and B. Favorman, San Francisco, 

Calif. Blouse. 2.447.735, Aug. 24. 
Chcrnack, Abel E., deceased, Elmwood, Conn., M. 

Chernack. pxpputrix. Hose. 2,448,485, Aug. 31. 
Chernack. Mary, executrix : See — 

Chernack, Abel E. 
Cherniavsky. Alexander J. : See — 

Souders, Mott, Jr., and Cherniavsky. 
Cherry-Burrell Corporation, assignee : See — 
Bolleau. Arthur H. 
Trier, Carl L., and Fogg. 
Cherry, Charles A., Berkley, assignor to Beaver Tool & 
Engineering Corp., Royal Oak, Mich. Quick lock tool- 
holder. 2,449.277, Sept. 14. 
Cherry, Lloyd B. : See — 

Harrison, Thomas R.. and Cherry. 
Wild. Rudolf F., and Cherry. 
Cherry, Lloyd B., Beaumont, Tex., assignor to The Brown 
Instrument Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Induction 
motor damping system. 2,445,289, July 13. 
Cherry Rivet Company, assignee : See — 
ICugler, Herbert W. ^ 
Trautmann, Herbert L. 



Cheshier, Elton E. : See — 

Cheshier, W. J. and E. E. 

Cheshier, W. J. and E. E., Rotan, Tex. Electric lighting 
systems. 2,447,736, Aug. 24. 

Chesler, Isidor, Oceanport, N. J., assignor to Eagle Pencil 
Company. Writing implement. 2,444,003, June 22. 

Chesler, Isidor, Oceanport, N. J., assignor to Eagle Pencil 
Company. Writing implement. 2,444,004, June 22. 

Chesney, Jane L., executrix : See — 
Chesney, Robert M. 

Chesney, Robert M., deceased, Alliance, by J. L. Chesney, 
executrix, Youngstown, assignor to The Alliance Porce- 
lain Products Company, Alliance, Ohio. Apparatus for 
making tubB or the like. 2,450,937, Oct. 12. 

Chessrown, James D., Youngstown, Ohio. Slow-down sig- 
nal for automobiles. 2,442,971, June 8. 

Chester, Albert D., Vallejo, Calif. Drill press vise with 
slidable and swingable jaws. 2,447,685, Aug. 24. 

Chester, Allan E., Highland Park, assignor to Poor & 
Company, Chicago, 111. Electroplating method employ- 
ing pulsating current of adjustable wave form. 
2,443,599, June 22. 

Chester, Allan E., Highland Park, assignor to Poor & 
Company, Chicago, 111. Electroplating method and 
electrolyte. 2,443,600, June 22. 

Chester Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 
Wright, Hal F. 

Chester, Milton A., Wichita, Kans. Hardness tester. 
2,448,486, Aug. 31. 

Chesus, Frank O. : See — 

Richardson, Avery G., Chesus, and Thomas. 

Chesus, Frank O., Jackson Heights, and F. G. Thomas, 
Islip, assignors to Federal Telephone and Radio Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Antenna. 2,454,774, Nov. 
30. 

Chesus, Frank O., Jackson Heights, and F. G. Thomas, 
Islip, assignors to Federal Telephone and Radio Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Antenna system. 2,457,126, 
Dec. 28. 

Chesus, Frank O., Jackson Heights, and F. G. Thomas, 
Islip, assignors to Federal Telephone and Radio Cor- 

S oration, New York, N. Y. Antenna system. 2,457.127, 
>ec. 28. 
Chevigny, Paul G., assignor to Federal Telephone and 
Radio Corporation, New York, N. Y. Cooling of high- 
temperature bodies. 2,440,245, Apr. 27. 
Chevigny, Paul G., New York, N. Y., assignor to Federal 
Telephone and Radio Corporation, Newark, N. J. Anode 
structure for an electron discharge device for ultra high 
frequencies. 2,445,763, July 27. 
Chevigny, Paul G., and G. J. Lehmann, assignors to Fed- 
eral Telephone and Radio Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Electron discharge device. 2,438,899, Apr. 6. 
Cheyney, La Verne E., and C. R. Parks, assignors to Wing- 
foot Corporation. Akron. Ohio. Stabilizers for vinyl 
polymers. 2,435,769, Feb. 10. 
Chiappe, Caesar F., Philadelphia, and J. W. Kroeger, 
Drexel Hill Plaza, Pa., assignors to Fred'k H. Levey 
Co.. Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Printing ink. 
2,437,908, Mar. 16. 
Chiarotti, Anita : See — 

Chiarotti, Sesto, and A. 
Chiarotti, Sesto and A., Royal Oak, Mich. Electric iron. 

2,448,577, Sept. 7. 
Chicago Bridge & Iron Company, assignee : See — 
Allen, John W. 
Boardman, Harry C. 
Horton, George T. 
Jackson. Robert A. 
Moyer, Frederick D. 
Chicago Carton Company, assignee : See — 

Richardson, Ralph R., Ritter and Ragan. 
Chicago Coin Machine Co., assignee : See — - 

Eilenberger, Stanley D. 
Chicago Development Company, assignee : See — 
Dean. Reginald S. 

Chicago Electric Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 
Oetjen, Howard H. 
Rodwick, Frank. 

Chicago Eye Shield Company, assignee : See — 

Malcom, Robert L. 
Chicago Fire Brick Company, assignee : See — 

Young, William G. 
Chicago Forging and Manufacturing Company, assignee : 
See — 

Descherrneier, Frank S. 

Howe, Earl E. 

Hynes, Dibrell P. 

Krause, Walter H. 
Chicago Hardware Foundry Company, The, assignee : 
See — 

Franklin, Raymond J. 
Chicago Metal Hose Corporation, assignee : See — 

Calcott, Walter C. 

Fentress, David W. 

Chicago Mill and Lumber Company, assignee : See — 
Byers, Ralph J., and Christian. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Chicago Pneumatic Tool Company, assignee : See — - 
Brown, Robinson W. 
Craze, William D. 
Fischer, Howard R. 
Fischer, Howard R., and Stevens. 
Fossum, Henry O. 
Schaedler, Raymond J. 
Chicago Rawhide Manufacturing Company, assignee : 
See — 

Nehls, Arthur G. C. 
Chicago Seal Co., assignee : See — 

Goldberg, Herman M., and Karlberg. 
Chicago Telephone Supply Company, assignee : See — 

Veatch, Joseph G. 
Chicago Title and Trust Company, assignee : See — 

Sola, Joseph G. 
Chick, Foster JL>., Kenosha, Wis. Lock for holding table 

legs. 2,444,632, July 6. 
Chicksan Tool Company, assignee : See — 

Phillips, Dwight M. 
Chidakel, Myer R., Washington, D. C. Lumber reclamation 

machine. 2,446,741, Aug. 10. 
Chikson Tool Company, assignee : See — 
Phillips, Dwight M. 
Warren, Doyle. 
Chilcote, Archibald M., Glen Ellyn, 111. Hand garden 

cultivator and furrow former. 2,437,805, Mar. 16. 
Childers, Roscoe O., Olney, 111., assignor to Baker Oil 

Tools, Inc., Vernon, Calif. Well cementing apparatus. 

2,438,992, Apr. 6. 
Childress, Patrick H., assignor of ten per cent to D. W. 

May, Waynesboro, Va. Ignition switch for automo- 
biles and the like. 2,443,977, June 22. 
Childs, David, A. B. Braun, and J. Hanson, Sunnyvale, 

Calif., assignors to Libby, McNeill & Libby, Chicago, 

111. Treating tomatoes. 2,437,937, Mar. 16. 
Childs, Gordon E., Simsbury, assignor to Niles-Bement- 

Pond Company, West Hartford, Conn. Taper thread 

gage. 2,435,268, Feb. 3. 
Childs, James W., Chester, Pa. Heated windshield wiper. 

2,443,849, June 22. 
Childs, Robert S., Englewood, assignor to Bendix Avia- 
tion Corporation, Teterboro, N. J. Reproducing motion. 

2,435,709, Feb. 10. 
Childs, Robert S., Englewood, assignor to Bendix Aviation 

Corporation, Teterboro, N. J. Linear movement self- 
synchronous system. 2,441,869, May 18. 
Chillson, Charles W., Clifton, N. J., assignor to Curtiss- 

Wright Corporation. Propeller governor. 2,449,452,. 

Sept. 14. 
Chilo, Paul, Chicago, 111. Lamp shade holder. 2,453,658, 

Nov. 9. 
Chilowsky, Constantin, New York, N. Y. Supersonic sig- 
nal transmitter and receiver. 2,434,143, Jan. 6. 
Chilowsky, Constantin, New York, N. Y. Manufacture of 

piezoelectric elements. 2,445,310, July 20. 
Chilowsky, Constantin, New York, N. Y. Method of and 

apparatus for controlling the flight of dirigible aerial 

torpedoes. 2,451,917, Oct. 19. 
Chilton, Allan, assignee, et al. : See — 

Chilton, Roland. 
Chilton, Roland, assigner to A^ Chilton and W. E. Valk, 

doing business as joint adventures, Ridgewood, N. J. 

Torque responsive transmission means. 2,446,409, 

Aug. 3. 
Chindlund, Cecil W., Storm Lake, Iowa. Implement seat 

support. 2,454,990, Nov. 30. 
Chinn, George I., Detroit, Mich. Backlash take-up for gun 

elevating mechanism. 2,436,379, Feb. 24. 
Chinn, George I., Detroit, Mich. Traversing mechanism. 

2,447,487, Aug. 24. 
Chinn, Orville W., Lexington, Ky. Illuminated compact. 

2,453,621, Nov. 9. 
Chirelstein, Nathan, Maplewood, N. J. Display lamp. 

2,456,376, Dec. 14. 
Chisholm, Clifton, Forest Hills, N. Y., assignor to Ad- 

dressograph-Multigraph Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Record controlled operating mechanism for embossing 

machine keyboards. 2,453,781, Nov. 16. 
Chisholm, Clifton, Forest Hills, N. Y., assignor to Ad- 

dressograph-Multigraph Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. 

Strip perforating apparatus. 2,453,782, Nov. 16. 
Chisholm, Eugene F., Portland, Oreg. Liquid cooler. 

2,435,034, Jan. 27. 
Chisholm-Ryder Company, Incorporated, assignee : See — 

De Back, William. 
Chittick, Charles Y., Waban, Mass. Kitchen utensil. 

2,450,716, Oct. 5. 
Chizek, Joseph, Franksville, and F. J. Gast, Racine, Wis. 

Harvesting machine for onions. 2,456,863, Dec. 21. 
Chizmadia, John, Detroit, Mich. Flying toy heliplane. 

2,445,906, July 27. 
Chneerson, Zalman, and A. Razdowitz, New York, N. Y. 

Holder for cigars and cigarettes. 2,454,631, Nov. 23. 
Chodak, Bernard, Brooklyn, N. Y. Shopping bag 

2,452,994, Nov. 2. 
Chonacki, Frank : See — 

Van Cleef, Paul, and Chonacki. 
Chorpening, Creed M., assignor to The Astatic Corpora- 
tion, Conneaut, Ohio. Mounting stylus cartridge. 

2,453,894, Nov. 16. 
Chott, George A., assignor of one-half to H. J. Chott, 

Riverside, 111. Dental polishing cup. 2,451,918, Oct. 



Chott, Hugo J., assignee : See — 

Chott, George A. 
Choudhury, Shafi-Uddin A., L. J. Clark, and A. H. MaggB, 
Rugby, England, assignors to General Electric Company. 
Self-propelled transmitter. 2,436,200, Feb. 17. 
Chouinard, Alfred F. : See — 

Mott, Chester, Chouinard, and Harding. 
Chouinard, Lawrence A., Indian Orchard, Mass. Phono- 
graph record album. 2,436,744, Feb. 24. 
Chow, Bacon F., Highland Park, N. J., assignor to E. R. 
Squibb & Sons, New York, N. Y. Synthesis of a peni- 
cillin-protein reaction product. 2,446,974, Aug. 10. 
Chowns, William C, East Detroit, Mich. Slide indicator 

rule. 2,456,676, Dec. 21. 
Chris-Craft Corporation, assignee : See — 

Smith, Jay W. 
Christ, Robert E. : See — 

Barrick, Paul L., and Christ. 
Christaldi, Peter S., Upper Montclair, assignor to Allen 

B. Du Mont Laboratories, Inc., Passaic, N. J. Cathode- 
ray oscillograph circuit. 2,448,771, Sept. 7. 

Christensen, Alfred C, Chicago, and R. L. Mcllvaine, 
Glencoe, assignors, to H. S. Simpson, Evanston, 111. 
Reclaiming foundry sand. 2,456,769, Dec. 21. - 

Christensen, Carl J. Summit, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y 
Piezoelectric crystal growing method. 2,442,755, June 8. 

Christensen, Donald W., assignor to Young Radiator 
Company, Racine, Wis. Heat exchange core and air 
duct. 2.434,988, Jan. 27. 

Christensen, Donald W., Racine, Wis., assignor to Young 
Radiator Company. Heat exchanger header construc- 
tion. 2,443,703, June 22. 

Christensen, Edmund J., Chicago, 111. Electric portable 
stove. 2,448,956, Sept. 7. 

Christensen, Edward C, Denmark, Wis. Latch bolt for 
towing poles. 2,447,737; Aug. 24. 

Christensen, Edwin V., Hollywood, assignor to Lockheed 
Aircraft Corporation, Burbank, Calif. Automatic 
dimpler. 2,438,842, Mar. 30. 

Christensen, Harold E., Wilmette, 111., J. J. Stein Cleve- 
land, Ohio, and A. S. Kester, Chicago, 111. Display 
device for foodstuffs. 2,457,302, Dec. 28 

Christensen, Harry E., San Francisco, Calif. Therapeutic 
apparatus. 2,437,016, Mar. 2. ^ 

Christensen Machine Company, The, assignee : See — 
Belluche, Frank R. 

Christensen, Niels C, assignor to Combined Metals Re- 
duction Company, Salt Lake City, Utah. Treatment of 
marmatitic zinc ores. 2,435,340, Feb. 3. 

Christensen. Niels C, Salt Lake City, Utah. Liquid rotor 
spray mechanism. 2,448,297, Aug 31. 

Christensen, Niels C, Salt Lake City, Utah. Method and 
apparatus for spraying. 2,454,594, Nov. 23. 

Christensen, Norman V., assignor to Union Special Ma- 

% i n l «oQ° mpan 7i C 111 ^ . m- Sewing machine. 
•£,*o4,ouo, Jan. 13. 

Christensen, Norman V., assignor to Union Special Ma- 
cbine Company, Chicago, 111. Sewing machine. 
2,447,115, Aug. 17. 

Christensen, Norman V., assignor to Union Special Machine 
Company, Chicago, 111. Sewing machine. 2,453 119 
Nov. 9. ' 

Christensen, Norman V., Chicago, G. Sauer, Berwyn, and 

C. C. Smith, assignors to Union Special Machine Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Sewing machine. 2,446,261, Aug. 3 

Christensen, Sofus, Valley Stream, assignor to Graham 
Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Machine for weighing 
and packing mixed nuts or the like. 2,451,534 Oct 19 

Christensen, Stig, Los Angeles, W. G. Rosenberg, Glendale', 
and J. D Swift, San Fernando, assignors to Lockheed 
Aircraft Corporation, Burbank, Calif. Hardness testing 
device. 2,452,833, Nov. 2. 

^o'lll 11 ™"' -£l s KJ- Cni cago, 111. Cushioning device. 
^,4db,lo3, Feb. 17. 

Christian David A.. Batley, assignor to Siemans Brothers 
& Co. Limited, London, England. High-speed searcher 
using gas discharge tubes. 2,434,989, Jan. 27 

Christian, Dean R. : See — 

Williams, Alfred L. W., and Christian. 

Christian, John C, Seattle, Wash., assignor to Boeing 

i 1 ^} 3 -^ A? om S any - Gun supporting mechanism. 
2,454,502, Nov. 23. 

Christian, Moss B. : See — 

Byers, Ralph J., and Christian. 

Christian, Raymond A., assignor to The National Cash 
Kegister Company, Dayton, Ohio. Front feed mecha- 
nism for calculating machines. 2,441,870, May 18 

Christian, Raymond A., J. R. Ganger, and W. L Paden 
assignors to The National Cash Register Company, Day- 
ton, Ohio. Accounting machine. 2,450,121, Sept 28. 

Christian, Rodney E., Royal Oak, Mich., assignor to Kerr 
Manufacturing Co. Apparatus for molding articles of 
wax. 2,439,506, Apr. 13. 

Christian, Rodney E., Royal Oak, and A. W. Widerstedt, 
Detroit, Mich., assignors to Kerr Manufacturing Co. 
Furnace. 2,444,805, July 6. 

Christiansen, Andrew L., Willowbrook, Calif. Can trans- 
fer and orienting mechanism. 2,439,075, Apr. 6. 

Christiansen, Christian, Swampscott, assignor to Rotary 
Machine Company, Inc., Lynn, Mass. Box sealing ma- 
chine. 2,444,496, July 6. 



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Christiansen, Christian, Swampscott, assignor to Rotary 
Machine Company, Inc., Lynn, Mass. Folding and last- 
ing machine. 2,446,043, July 27. 
Christiansen, Christian, V. Aker, near Oslo, and G. O. K. 
Riisch, Mandal, Norway. Checking device for the warp 
threads in circular looms. 2,450,183, Sept. 28. 
Christiansen, John : See — 

Dietrichson, William F., and Christiansen. 

Christiansen, Walter G., Glen Ridge, and G. O. Chase, 

Hawthorne, N. J., assignor to E. R. Squibb & Sons, New 

York, N. Y. Alkyl-amino-alkyl para-alkoxy-benzoates. 

2,444,395, June 29. 

Christie, Hugh C, Cocoli, Canal Zone. Rail anticreeper. 

2,442,343, June 1. 
Christison, William F., Gadsden, Ala. Door guard. 

2,455,112, Nov. 30. 
Christman, John N. H., Jr. : See — 

Lintern, William A., and Christman. 
Christmann, John L., Passaic, N. J. Variable-speed trans- 
mission. 2,455,407, Dec. 7. 
Christoffer, Donald F., Spirit Lake, Iowa. Tool handle 

wedge. 2,455,733, Dec. 7. 
Cbristofferson, Ernest L. : See — 

Skanen, William, and Christofferson. 
Chromium Corporation of America, assignee : See — 

Bell. Henderson M., III. 
Chromium Mining and Smelting Corpn., Limited, assignee : 
See — 

Griffiths. Frederick J. 
Chromium Mining & Smelting Corporation, Limited, as- 
signee : See — ■ 

Kinnear, Harry B. 
Chrontroller Corporation, assignee : See — 

Burns, Andrew K. 
Chrysler Corporation, assignee : See — 
Auten, Jay C. 
Ball, Thomas M. 
Borden, David M. 
Bowlus, Omer E. 
Butterfield, John P. 
Cadwallader, Robert. 
Cousino, Walter P. 
Dickson. John B. 
Edwards, Franklin W. 
Fishburn, Otto E. 
Goode, Gilbert C. 

Herreshoff, Alexander G., and Houk. 
HerreshofE, Alexander G., and Staley. 
Hicks. Harold A. 
Iavelli, Teno. 

Iavelli, Teno, and Matulaitis. 
Kimberly, Albert E., Jr. 
La Brie, Ludger E. 
Lotts, Delbert L., Bucy, and Waldron. 
Matulaitis. Victor E. 

Matulaitis, Victor E., Edwards, Voorhees. 
Matulaitis, Victor E., and Iavelli. 
Mauer, Edwin R. 
Neracher, Carl A. 
Neracher, Carl A., and Dunn. 
Neracher, Carl A., Dunn, Iavelli, and Syrovy. 
Nims, Paul T. 

Nims, Paul T., and Chadkewicz. 
Pennington, Gordon R. 
Phelan, Hubert S. 
Platzer. George E. 
Roensch, Max M. 
Saunders, Seymour G. 
Slack, Frederic W., and Utz. 
Smith, Robert F.. and Clark. 
Staley, Allen C, Borden, and Horton. 
Tansley, John A. 
Utz, Chester C. 
Williams. Burdell S. 
Woolson. Harry T. 
Chubb, Leroy B., Toledo, Ohio, assignor to Avco Manufac- 
turing Corporation. Apparatus for testing the static 
balance of propeller blades. 2,436,096, Feb. 17. 
Chubb, Melvin F., Joplin, Mo., assignor to The Eagle- 
Picher Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Product and method 
of making fused litharge particles coated with red lead. 
2,448.353, Aug. 31. 
Chun, Melvin E., Huntington Park, and J. C. Stick, Jr., 
South Pasadena, assignors to Lane-Wells Company, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Phase shift logging of well bores. 
2,4 hi. 527, Aug. 10. 
Church Albert E., assignor to Union Manufacturing Com- 
pany. New Britain, Conn. Power-operated wrench. 
2, 156,814, Dec. 21. 
Church, Harry, Esquimau, British Columbia, Canada. 
Artificial respiration training device. 2,451,200, Oct. 12. 
Church. Howard : See — 

Collins, Neil R., Mower, and Church. 
Church. Howard, Los Gatos. assignor to The rermanento 
Metals Corporation, Oakland, Calif. Distillation of 
volatill/.nble metals. 2,486,918, Dec. 21. 
Churchill, Howard W.. Fairfield, Nebr. Husking m 

nlsm. 2,442,231, May 25. 
Churchill, John W., Niagara Falls, assignor to The Mathle- 
son Alkali Works. Inc., New York, N. Y. Production of 
tetrachloroethylene. 2,440,768, May 4. 
Churchill, Merton 10., Arcadia, Pa. Choker for trapped 
Minimis. 2,446,078, July 27. 



Churchill, Owen P., Los Angeles, Calif. Swim fin. Re. 

23,006, June 15. 
Churchill, Wilmer H., Saugus, assignor to United-Carr 
Fastener Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. Strap-attach- 
ing buckle. 2,441,930, May 18. 
Churchill, Wilmer H., Saugus, assignor to United-Carr 
Fastener Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. Floating cowl 
fastener construction. 2,451,808, Oct. 19. 
Churchill, Wilmer H., Saugus, assignor to United-Carr Fas- 
tener Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. Fastener clip. 
2,456,553, Dec. 14. 
Churchill, Wilmer H., Saugus, assignor to United-Carr Fas- 
tener Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. Connector for cords 
or cables. 2,456,554, Dec. 14. 
Churnell, Frank J., Bloomfield, N. J., assignor to Federal 
Telephone and Radio Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Water barrier. 2,457,128, Dec. 28. 
Chuy, Nicholas : See — 

Tsai, Herbert, and Chuy. 
Ciapetta, Frank G. : See — 

Macuga, Stephen J., Ciapetta, and Heiligmann. 
Ciapetta, Frank G., Drexel Hill, assignor to The Atlantic 
Refining Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Condensation of 
hydrocarbons by contact with concentrated sulfuric acid 
in silica gel. 2.434.833, Jan. 20. 
Clarlone, Joseph, Fitchburg, Mass. Knife having replace- 
able blades. 2,448,957, Sept. 7. 
Ciba Limited, assignee : See — 
Hoelzle, Kurt, and Kambil. 
Hoffmann, Karl, Schellenberg, and Miescher. 
Rueeg, Rudolf. 

Sallmann, Richard, and Graenacher. 
Straub, Fritz, Widmer, and Schneider. 
Widmer, Gustave, and Hertner. 
Widmer, Willy. 
Ciba Pharmaceutical Products, Incorporated, assignee : 
See— 

Hartmann, Max, and von Meyenburg. 
Hofmann, Klaus. 
Miescher, Karl. 
Miescher, Karl, and Klarer. 
Reichstein, Tadeus. 
Ruperti, Andreas. 
Ruzicka, Leopold. 
Schaaf, Fritz. 
Ciba Products Corporation, assignee : See — 
Widmer, Gustav, and Fisch. 
Widmer, Gustav, Sutter, Fisch and Hochuli. 
Cibulka, Alois, Highlands, Tex. Apparatus for convert- 
ing liquids into gases and for dispensing the gases. 
2,443,724, June 22. 
Cidissen, John, Los Angeles, Calif. Abdominal support. 

2,449,641, Sept. 21. 
Cieslak, Leo, Salem, Oreg. Conveyer. 2,449,278, Sept. 14. 
Cillie, Charl D. : See- 
Cooper, Benjamin, and CilliG. 
Cinamon, Lionel, New York, N. Y. Soldering, brazing and 

welding fluxes. 2,452,995, Nov. 2. 
Cinch Manufacturing Corporation, assignee : See — 

Del Camp. Scipione M. 
Cincinnati Milling Machine Co., The, assignee : See — 
Lensky, George A., Trible, and Yates. 
Nenninger, Lester F., and Hassman. 
Rivoira, Edilio J. 
Soden, Harold R. 
Wilder, Warren, and Horlacher. 
Cintron, Ezequiel B., New York, N. Y. Machine for cutting 

men's heels. 2,448,354, Aug. 31. 
Cioffi, Paul P., Summit, N. J., assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Thick pro- 
tective coatings on permanent magnets. 2,442,638, 
June 1. 
Circo Products Company, assignee : See — 

Skelly, James J., and Ralston. 
Cisco, Edward S., Highland, Ind., assignor to Standard 
Railway Equipment Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 
111. Drip pan hinge for refrigerator cars. 2,452,101, 
Oct. 26. 
Cislak, Francis E., and W. R. Wheeler, assignors to Reilly 
Tar & Chemical Corporation, Indianapolis, Ind. Cata- 
lytic oxidation of substituted pyridine bases. 2,437,938, 
Mar. 16. 
Cislak, Francis E., and M. M. Otto, Indianapolis, Ind., as- 
signors to Reilly Tar & Chemical Corporation. Separat- 
ing 2,4-lutidine and 2.5-lutidine. 2,456,377, Dec. 14. 
Cislak, Francis E., and A. L. Kranzfelder, assignors to 
Reilly Tar & Chemical Corporation, Indianapolis, Ind. 
Synthesizing carbazole. 2,456,378, Dec. 14. 
Cislak, Francis E., and A. L. Kranzfelder, assignors to 
Reilly Tar & Chemical Corporation, Indianapolis, Ind. 
2 ain'ino-5-methyl pyridine and process of making it. 
2,456,379, Dec. 14. 
Cislak, Francis E., Indianapolis, Ind., and W. R. Wheeler, 
Cincinnati, Ohio, assignors to Reilly Tar & Chemical 
Corporation, Indianapolis, Ind. Catalytic oxidation of 
nicotine. 2,456,380, Dec. 14. 
Cislak, Francis E., and M. O. Otto, assignors to Reilly Tar 
& Chemical Corporation, Indianapolis, Ind. Preparing 
metacresol-l,3.4-xylenol. 2,456,581, Dec. 14. 
Cislak, Francis E., and M. O. Otto, assignors to Reilly Tar 
& Chemical Corporation, Indianapolis, Ind. Separation 
of isomeric xylenols. 2,456,582, Dec. 14. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



79 



Cisski, Irving, Schiller Park, assignor to Ampro Corpora- 
tion, Chicago, 111. Motion picture camera operation- 
control mechanism. 2,442,756. June 8. 
Cisski, Irving, Schiller Park, assignor to Ampro Corpora- 
tion, Chicago, 111. Readying mechanism for the motor- 
control means for motion-picture cameras. 2,443,601, 
June 22. 
Cisski, Irving, Schiller Park, assigner to Ampro Cor- 
poration, Chicago, 111. Cam follower construction. 
2,448,355, Aug. 31. 
Cities Service Oil Company, assignee : See — 
Hess, Frederick G. 
Levitt, Percy B., and Morgan. 
Mastin, Robert G. 
Morgan, John D. 
Morgan, John D., and Levitt. 
Morgan, John D., and Lowe. 
Cito, Camillo, Uccle-Brussels, assignor to La Soudure 
Electrique Autogene, Societe Anonyme, Brussels, Bel- 
gium. Automatic tongs for manual electric arc welding 
or cutting. 2,446,809, Aug. 10. 
City Tank Corporation, assignee : See — 

Green, Herman. 
City Vending Equipment Corp., assignee : See — 

Newcomer, Everett J. 
Civilian Production Administration, United States of 
America as represented by the Administrator of, as- 
signee : See — 

Demerec, Milislav. 
Civitarese, Joseph A., Lodi, N. J. Lathe attachment. 

2,434,834, Jan. 20. 
Clachko. Josiah S., Ridgefield Park, assignor to S. Blick- 
man, Inc., Weehawken, N. J. Chart carrier. 2,456,677, 
Dec. 21. 
Claesson, Per H. E. : See — 

Fredholm, Johan O. H., and Claesson. 
Rost, Helge F.. Thunell, Vigren, and Claesson. 
Clafford, Floyd R., Park Ridge, 111. Adjustable pipe union. 

2,449,588, Sept. 21. 
Clair, Verne, Rye, N. Y. Combination shoe tree and shoe- 
shine bracket. 2,457,445, Dec. 28. 
Clammer, Edward S., Merchantville, M. J. Ackerman, Cam- 
den, N. J., and G. A. Barton, Bridgeport, Conn., assignors 
to Radio Corporation of America. Frequency measuring 
system. 2,451,320, Oct. 12. 
Clamp Nail Company, assignee : See — 

Scianna, Anthony. 
Clapham, Harry F., Wilmington, Del., and M. Harris, 
Betbesda, and A. L. Smith, Suitland, Md. ; said Harris 
and said Smith assignors to Harris Research Labora- 
tories, a partnership. Treatment of wool to impart 
shrinkage resistance thereto. 2,457,033, Dec. 21. 
Clapp, Jerome B. : See — 

Badeau, Carroll A., and Clapp. 
Clapp, Michael J., assignor of one-third to A. R. 
La Guardia and one-third to P. M. La Guardia, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. Casement window lock. 2,443,850, June 22. 
Clapp, Richard C, and J. Krapcho, Stamford, Conn., 
assignors to American Cyanamid Company, New York, 
N. Y. Preparation of substituted acylanilides. 2,447,998, 
Aug. 24. 
Clapp, Richard G., Haverford, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Micro- 
wave operated mechanism. 2,435,423, Feb. 3. 
Clapp, Richard G., Haverford, assignor to Philco Cor- 
poration, Philadelphia, Pa. Television receiver circuits 
and apparatus. 2,438,359, Mar. 23. 
Clapp, Richard H., Danvers, assignor to Sylvania Electric 
Products, Inc., Salein, Mass. Copper oxide rectifier. 
2,449,453, Sept. 14. 
Clapp, Roger E., East Cambridge, Mass., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to the United States of America, 
as represented by the Secretary of War. Wave guide 
mode transformer. 2.439,285, Apr. 6. 
Clapp, Roy A., Minneapolis, Minn., assignor by mesne 
assignments, to Argus, Incorporated, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Intermittent film feed mechanism. 2,448,519, Sept. 7. 
Clapp, Roy A., Minneapolis, Minn., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Argus, Incorporated, Ann Arbor, Mich. 
Motion-picture projector. 2,455,918, Dec. 14. 
Clapper, Clyde E., Kansas City, Mo. Hot-air deflector for 

tractors. 2,452,834, Nov. 2. 
Clardy, Frederick B., Portsmouth, Va. Determining nickel 

content of steel. 2,452,036, Oct. 26. 
Clare, Carl P., and G. Weinreich, assignors to Cook Elec- 
tric Company, Chicago, 111. Differential relay. 
2,448,772. Sept. 7. 
Clare, Mabel K., assignee : See — 

Clare, Martin L. 
Clare. Mabel K., executrix: See — 

Clare, Martin L. 
Clare, Martin L., deceased, Appollo, Pa. ; M. K. Clare, 
executrix, assignor to M. K. Clare. Folding table. 
2,450,827, Oct. 5. 
Clark, Albert R., and R. J. Kittle, assignors to The De 
Vilbiss Company, Toledo, Ohio. Spray booth. 2,449,203, 
Sept. 14. 
Clark, Alfred, Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Synthesis of hydrocarbons. 
2,450,500, Oct. 5. 
Clark, Alfred, Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Fischer-tropsch synthesis gas 
from oil shale. 2,452,634, Nov. 2. 



Clark, Alfred S., Beverly, and E. M. Spence, Sr., Lynn, 
Mass., assignors to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, 
Flemington, N. J. Seam pressing machine. 2,440,675, 
May 4. 

Clark, Andrew B. and K. C, Watsonville, Calif. Vehicle 
coupler. 2,451,660, Oct. 19. 

Clark, Austin B. J., Washington, D. C. Single-electrode 
high-speed recording device. 2,444,917, July 13. 

Clark, Bradley L., Rockville, Md. Line drawing attach- 
ment for typewriters. 2,446,360, Aug. 3. 

Clark Bros. Co., Inc., assignee: See — 
Kluppel, Clement B. 
MacKendrick, John N. 

Clark, Carl L. : See — 

Clark, Earl W. and C. L. 

Clark, Carl L., Warren, assignor to Mullins Manufacturing 
Corporation, Salem, Ohio. Sink and cabinet construc- 
tion. 2,441,563, May 18. 

Clark, Charles A. : See — 

Anish, Alfred W., and Clark. 

Clark, Charles C, Kenmore, assignor to The Mathieson 
Alkalj Works, Inc., New York, N. Y. Copolymer 
of dichlorostyrene, butadiene-1,3 and piperylene. 
2,439,076. Apr. 6. 

Clark, Charles L., Brockway, Pa. Polarized house wiring 
receptacle and plug. 2,450,467, Oct. 5. 

Clark, Charles W., Westmount, and W. A. Sheaffer, 
Montreal, assignors to Canadian Copper Refiners 
Limited, Montreal East, Quebec, Canada. Method of 
protecting the surface of articles formed from a mag- 
nesium alloy. 2,438,740, Mar. 30. 

Clark Controller Company, The, assignee : See — 
Burgett, Lynn S. 

Clark, David M., Worcester, Mass., and G. A. Hallenbeck, 
Rochester, Minn., said Hallenbeck assignor to said 
Clark. Quick disconnect coupling. 2,452,430, Oct. 26. 

Clark, Dayton P., Jr., assignor to Gulf Research & De- 
velopment Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Process for pre- 
paring sulfurized lubricating composition. 2,454,034, 
Nov. 16. 

Clark, Donald H., Stockton, Calif. Garden tractor. 
2,450.749, Oct. 5. 

Clark, Douglas C. : See — 

Deschamps, Desire J., Clarke, and Ferguson. 

Clark, Dudley B., Palm Springs, Calif. Electronic trans- 
former control. 2,452,548. Nov. 2. 

Clark, Earl K., Mansfield, Ohio, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation. Thermostat. 2,439,795, Apr. 20. 

Clark, Earl K., Mansfield, Ohio, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa. Control mecha- 
nism. 2,439,842, Apr. 20. 

Clark, Earl K., Mansfield, Ohio, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Gasket. 
2,439,923, Apr. 20. 

Clark, Earl K., Mansfield, Ohio, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Electric 
flatiron. 2,440,041, Apr. 20. 

Clark, Earl K., Mansfield. Ohio, assignor to Westinshouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Thermo- 
static switch. 2.445,021, July 13. 

Clark, Earl W., Saugus, Mass., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Straight-line recording mechanism. 
2,442,586, June 1. 

Clark, Earl W. and C. L., Warren, Ohio. Knife sharpen- 
ing device. 2,435,671, Feb. 10. 

Clark, Earl W., Stuart, Fla. Sharpening device for knives. 
2,435,672, Feb. 10. 

Clark, Earl W., Stuart, Fla. Knife and scissors sharpen- 
ing device. 2,454,035, Nov. 16. 

Clark, Edgar A., Seaside, Oreg. Aircraft having power- 
driven, adjustable, retractable, and steerable front 
wheels. 2,446,528, Aug. 10. 

Clark, Edward H. : See — 

Blair, George W., Clayton, Clark, Schott, and Keen. 

Clark, Edward H., Mishawaka, Ind., assignor to United 
States Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Apparatus 
for pressing footwear as it is conveyed. 2,455,559, 
Dec. 7. 

Clark, Edward S., Philadelphia, Pa. Absorptive head- 
wear pad. 2,445,209, July 13. 

Clark Equipment Company, assignee : See — 
Borland, John. 
Burrus, Robert E. 
Dence, Donald S. 
Eaton, Ernest E. . 
Gunning, Alfred W. 
Lapsley, Robert. 

Clark, Eugene F., Damariscotta, Maine, assignor to 
Marshall Field and Company, Chicago, 111. Method 
of and apparatus for weaving. 2,437,378, Mar. 9. 

Clark, Eugene F., Damariscotta, Maine, assignor to 
Marshall Field and Company, Chicago, 111. Loom for 
weaving pile fabric. 2,437,379, Mar. 9. 

Clark, Floyd W., San Fernando, assignor to Lockhead Air- 
craft Corporation, Burbank, Calif. Wire grip for elec- 
trical fittings. 2,446,262, Aug. 3. 

Clark, Frank M., Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Method of preparing insulating and 
dielectric materials. 2,444.766, July 6. 

Clark. Frank M., Pitrsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Dielectric composition. 2,445,563, 
July 20. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
ly. Fluorenone dielectric composition. 



Clark, Frank M., 
Electric Company. 
2,453,494, Nov. 9. 

Clark, Frank M., Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Electric capacitor. 2,456,381, Dec. 14. 

Clark, Frank M., and E. L. Raab, Pittsfield, Mass., assign- 
ors to General Electric Company. Halogenated hydro- 
carbon composition. 2,453,493, Nov. 9. 

Clark, Frank W., Beverly Farms, Mass. Making last- 
fitting fabric uppers. 2,440,393, Apr. 27. 

Clark, George, Trenton, N. J. Bobbin marking mechanism. 
2,448,773, Sept. 7. 

Clark, George C, Pontiac, Mich. Fishing tackle. 2,439,451, 
Apr. 13. 

Clark, George T. : See— 

Fowler, Chester C, and Clark. 

Clark, Harry F., Oakwood, assignor to General Motors 

Single-phase motor control. 



assignor to General Motors 
Multiple control. 2,451,535, 



Corporation, Dayton, Ohio 

2,447,488, Aug. 24. 
Clark, Hairy F., Oakwood, 

Corporation, Dayton, Ohio 

Oct. 19. 
Clark, Howard H., Kent, Ohio. Safety scaffold pole. 

2,449,056, Sept. 14. 
Clark, J. L., Manufacturing Co., assignee: See — 

Ekstrom, Ted M. 
Clark, James, assignor of one-third to D. Gottwald, Akron. 

Ohio. Stair cover. 2,436,139, Feb. 17. 
Clark, James J., Bronx, N. Y. Bunting device. 2,440,796, 

Clark, James, Jr., Electric Company, assignee: See — 
Daum, Edwin W. „ . _ 

Clark, James L., Cambridge, Mass., assignor to the United 
States of America as represented by the Secretary of 
War. Variable inductance device. 2,451,809, Oct. 19. 

Clark, James R., Mobile, Ala. Portable elevator for load- 
ing trucks. 2,454,860, Nov. 30. 

Clark, Jess H., Miami Ariz. Fuel control system for 
Diesel engines. 2,453,196, Nov. 9. 

Clark, John A. : See — 

Soderberg, Carl B., and Clark. 

Clarke, John E. : See — 

Heltzer, Harry, and Clarke. 

Clark, John T. : See — 

Johnson, Carroll W., and Clark. 

Clark, Joseph F., Paterson, N. J., assignor to Durex Prod- 
ucts, Inc., New York, N. Y. Manufacture of pessaries. 
2,457,349, Dec. 28. 

Clark, Kenneth C. : See — 

Clark, Andrew B. and K. C. 

Clark, Leonard J. : See — 

Choudhury, Shafi-TJddin A., Clark, and Maggs. 

Clark, Le Roy V., New Castle, Pa., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to American Cyanamid Company, New York, 
N. Y. Method! for preparing lead nitroaminoguanidine. 
2,456,583, Dec. 14. 

Clark, Leverett M. : See — 

Strong, Elbie C, and Clark. 

Clark, Louis B., Beaumont, Tex. Step construction. 
2,441,617, May 18. 

Clark, Louis D., Rock Creek, Ohio. Ring roll. 2,466,211, 
Aug. 3. ,_ 

Clark, Louis H., New York, N. Y. Covering member for 
articles of luggage. 2,440,077, Apr. 20. 

Clark, Mabel V., Los Angeles, Calif. Brassiere. 2,440, 1 95. 
May 4. „ 

Clark, Marion A., Tulare, assignor to A. G. Gurries, Gilroy, 
Calif. Land leveler. 2,444,977, July 13. 

Clark, Marion A., Tulare, Calif. Pipe wrench having a 
fixed jaw and a co-operating reciprocating rotary jaw. 
2,466,212, Aug. 3. 

Clark, Ned, Atlanta, Ga. Footrest and drainage for bath- 
tubs. 2,456,174, Dec. 14. 

Clark, Paul B., Houston, Tex. Control packer. 2,442,529, 
June 1. 

Clark, Ralph C, Ventura, and R. E. Clark, Willowbrook, 
Calif. Making bowling pins. 2,446,213, Aug. 3. 

Clark, Ray E. : See — 

Clark, Ralph C. and R. E. 

Clark, Reid M., Stoneville, N. C. Tobacco clip. 2,456,622, 
Dec. 21. 

Clark, Richard TJ., Belmont, assignor to Raytheon Manu- 
facturing Company, Newton, Mass. Lead-in bushing. 
2,447,48!), Aug. 24. 

Clark, Robert A., Jr., assignor to A. C. Nielsen Company, 
Chicago. 111. Remote radio receiver tuning indicating 
apparatus. 2,439.201, Apr. 6. 

Clark, Robert H. : See — 

l)crnch, Fritz, and Clark, 
lioimbach, Newton, and Clark. 
Wilson, Harry C. 

Clark, Robert H., assignee : See — 
Smith, Lawson A. 

Clark, Ruth G., Hayward, Calif. Scraping and calking 
tools for ships. 2,443,602, June 22. 

Clark, Stephen C, Jr., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Attenuator for ultra high frequen- 
cies. 2,451,201, Oct. 12. 

Clark, Trevor H. : See — 

Buslgnies, Henri G., Clark, and Everhart. 
Richardson, Avery (}., and Clark. 

Clark, Trevor H., assignor to Federal Telephone and Radio 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Sensing antenna cou- 
pling. 2,448,018, Aug. 31. 



I. du Pont de Nemours 
Resinous compositions. 



Sounding device. 



Clark, Trevor H., assignor to Federal Telephone and Radio 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Radio direction finder. 
2,449,978, Sept. 28. 

Clark, William B. : See — 

Cadot, Henry M., and Clark. 

Clark, William B., assignor to E. 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. 
2,457,209, Dec. 28. 

Clark, Winslow B. M. : See — 
Jones, Harry S., and Clark. 

Clarke, Charles J., Syracuse, N. 
2,438,332, Mar. 23. 

Clarke, Edgar W., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, assignor to 
Interwoven Stocking Company, New Brunswick, N. J. 
Circular knit hosiery. 2,435,770, Feb. 10. 

Clarke, Edgar W., Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, assignor to 
Interwoven Stocking Company, New Brunswick, N. J. 
Circular knitting machine. 2,435,771, Feb. 10. 

Clarke, George, Leicester, England, assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Machine 
for operating on shoes. 2,449,589, Sept. 21. 

Clarke, Herbert A., Merion, assignor to The Brown Instru- 
ment Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Failure Indicating 
control apparatus. 2,457,794, Dec. 28. 

Clarke, Houghton W., Bronxville, N. Y. Dish. 2,436,097, 
Feb. 17. 

Clarke, Lewis D. : See — 

Cathey. Robert S., and Clarke. 

Clarke, Louis A. : See — 

Goldsby, Arthur R. and Clarke. 

Pevere, Ernest F., Clarke, and Hatch. 

Clarke, John D., Downers Grove, assignor to Morris Paper 
Mills, Chicago, 111. Hollow-walled carton structure. 
2,444,497, July 6. 

Clarke, Philip C., Line Lexington, assignor to Hunter 
Pressed Steel Company, Lansdale, Pa. Method and ap- 
paratus for testing wire. 2,435.772, Feb. 10. 

Clarke, Samuel H., Baltimore, Md. Ammunition struc- 
ture and launching device therefor. 2,447,315, Aug. 
17. 

Clarke, Thomas B. : See — 

Barker, Wililam A., and Clarke. 

Clarke, Thomas F., executor, et al. : See — 

Ingoldby, Maurice K, and Abbink-Spaink. 

Clarke, William C, Jr., Dundalk, Md., assignor to Armco 
Steel Corporation. High-temperature turbine. 2,447,896, 
Aug. 24. 

Clarke, William C, Jr., Dundalk, Md., assignor to Armco 
Steel Corporation. High-temperature stainless steel. 
2,447,897, Aug. 24. 

Clarke, William W. : See — 

Zademach, Erich R. and Clarke. 

Clarkson, Alick, Bloomingdale Township, Du Page County, 
111. Apparatus for burning liquid fuels. 2,445,302, 
July 13. 

Clarkson, Clarence W., Jr., Washington, D. C, and E. J. 
Krok, Chicago, 111. Lamp structure. 2,433,982, Jan. 6. 

Clarkson, John L., Nashville, 111. Clutch control device. 
2,435,673, Feb. 10. 

Clarkson, John L., Nashville, 111. Conveyer chain. 
2,450,501, Oct. 5. 

Clarkson, Robert J., Winnsboro, S. C, assignor to United 
States Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Making 
stretchable yarn. 2,451,919. Oct. 19. 

Clarostat Mfg. Co., Inc., assignee : See — 
Mucher, George J. 

Clary, George H., Belle Fourche, S. Dak. Boat trailer. 
2,442.994, June 8. 

Clary Multiplier Corporation, assignee : See — 
Boyden, Robert E., and Drake. 

Clasen, Claus J. W., Americon Steel Foundries, Chicago, 
111. Ride control truck. 2,435,384, Feb. S. 

Clasen. Claus J. Werner : See — 

Maatman, Egbert J., and Clasen. 

Clasquin, Ledru A. : See — 

Schebler, Carl L., Douglas, and Clasquin. 
Clans, John H., Lincoln, Nebr. Tent. 2,434,685, Jan. 20. 

Clausen, DeWitt : See — 

Yeomnns, Luclen I., and Clausen. 

Clausen, Henrv P., White Plains, N. Y. Door holder and 
stop. 2,445,514, July 20. 

Clausen, Leon R., assignor to J. I. Case Company, Racine, 
Wis. Radiator shield. 2.455,734, Dec. 7. 

Clausen, Sigurd, New York, N. Y., assignor to Interna- 
tional Cigar Machinery Company. Cigar wrapper cut- 
ting and transfer mechanism. 2,451,920, Oct. 19. 

Clausing, George, assignor to Vulcan Corporation, Ports- 
mouth, Ohio. Shoe last. 2,443,978, June 22. 

Clausing, Ceorge, assignor to Vulcan Corporation, Ports- 
month. Ohio. Shoe last. 2.455.294, Nov. 30. 

Clausing, George, and C. B. Gary, assignors to 
Corporation, Portsmouth, Ohio. Copying 
2,449,878, Sept. 21. 

Clausing, Henry G., assignor to Vulcan Corporation, 
Portsmouth, Ohio. Graduating and measuring device 
for shoe llasts. 2,456,815, Dec. 21. 

Clauson, Lynn G., assignee, et al. : See — 
Haight, Clarence R. 

Claussen, William H., and T. M. Powell, Berkeley, as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to California Research 
Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. Preapration of pure 
aromatics from petroleum distillates. 2,434,395, Jan. 
13. 



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ClavS, Marcel : See — 

Clav€, Serge and M. 
Clav6, Serge and M., Pans, France. Machines for cut- 
ting and polishing nonspherical or conical surfaces by 
means of abrasive band tools. 2,453,972, Nov. 16. 
Clawson, George E. : See — 

Foster, Jesse O., and Clawson. 
Clawson, William T., Rock Hill, S. C. Writing arm for 
collapsible chairs. 2,452,182, Oct. 26. ,.„,., 

Clawson, William T., Rock Hill, S. C. Detachable book 

support for chairs. 2,452,183, Oct. 26. ,. • 

Clay, Paul H., Asheville, assignor of one-third to C. H. 

Landers, and one- third to E. Sluder, Weaverville, N. C. 

Disk plow attachment for tractors. 2,453,197, Nov. 9. 

Clay, Robert A., San Antonio, Tex. Shock absorber. 

2,435,200, Feb. 3. 
Clay, Royce W. : See — 

Morgan, Erving B., and Clay. _ 
Clayden, Francis W., Bronxville, assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. I. 
Electrical testing device. 2,449,057, Sept. 14. _ 

Claypool, Don H., Mansfield, Ohio. Automatic shutoff 

for tractors. 2.453,783, Nov. 16 
Claypool, Robbins M., Bellaire, and D. M. Best, Houston, 
Tex. Apparatus for washing over, releasing, and with- 
drawing tubular structures from wells. 2,449,841, Sept. 
21 
Claypool, Robbins M., Bellaire, and D. M. Best, Houston, 

Tex. Tubing tool joint. 2,454,137, Nov. 16. 
Clayton, Andrew B., assignor to The Singer Manufacturing 
Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Sewing machine. 2,435,937, 
Feb. 10. . . . 

Clayton, Andrew B.. assignor to The Singer Manufactur- 
ing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Chain stitch sewing 
machine with looper throwout. 2,441,931, May 18. 
Clayton, Benjamin, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
B. Clayton, Houston, Tex., doing business as Refining 
Unincorporated. Glyceride oil refining with foots soften- 
ing agent. 2,437,075, Mar. 2. 
Clayton, Erith T., Baltimore, Md. Coating ferrous metal 
articles with corrosion-resistant plastic. 2,436,420, 
Feb. 24. 
Clayton, James O., Berkeley, assignor to California Re- 
search Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. Compounded 
oil. 2,450,633, Oct. 5. 
Clayton Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 
Arant, Perry. 
Cline. Edwin L. 

Griswold, Donald G. . 

Clayton, Martin M., Enon Valley, assignor to National 
Electric Products Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa. Cable 
clamp. 2,444,092, June 29. 
Clayton, Martin M., Enon Valley, assignor to National 
Electric Products Corporation, Ambridge, Pa. Contact 
clip. 2,445,604, July 20. 
Clavton, Martin M., Enon Valley, assignor to National 
Electric Products Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pa. Elec- 
trical raceway. 2,455,231, Nov. 30. 
Clayton, William J. : See — ■ 

Blair, George W., Clayton, Clark, Schott, and Keen. 
Clayton, William J., Mishawaka, and P. V. Butsch, South 
Bend, Ind., assignors to United States Rubber Company, 
New York, N. Y. Manufacture of sponge rubber. 
2,444,869, July 6. 
Clayton-Wright, Howard, Stratford-on-Avon, England, 
assignor to Simpson C. Leonard, Detroit, Mich. Fluid 
seal for shafts and bearings or the like. 2,434,686, 
Jan. 20. 
Clayton-Wright, Howard, Stratford-on-Avon, England, as- 
signor to Simpson Catherwood Leonard, Detroit, Mich. 
Fluid seal for shafts. 2,454,036, Nov. 16. 
Cleasby, Ann D., Eau Claire, Wis. Shoulder strap com- 
bination for brassieres and foundation garments. 
2,444,806, July 6. 
Cleaver-Brooks Company, assignee : See — 
Bready, William M. 
Chamberlin, John W., and Horvath. 
Cleeton, Claud E., Washington, D. C. Pulse type tele- 
graph transmitter and receiver. 2,444,429, July 6. 
Cleeton, Claud E., Washington, D. C. Double pulse gen- 
erator. 2,452,549. Nov. 2. 
Clegg, Andrew J., Santa Rosa, Calif. Sediment trap for 

streams. 2,436,630, Feb. 24. 
Cleinman, Harry, assignor to Victor Products Corp., Prov- 
idence, R. I. Expansion bracelet. 2,434,144, Jan. 6. 
Clem, James R., Dallas, Tex. Vending machine. 2,444,219, 

June 29. 
Clemens, Jerome H., Chicago, 111. Crutch. 2,437,076, 

Mar. 2. 
Clement, Clyde H., Phoenix, Ariz. Electric line deicer. 

2,453,361, Nov. 9. 
Clement, Edmund A., Maiden, Mass. Dust protective 
hood. 2,436,249. Feb. 17. 
. Clement, Ivan C, Greenwood, Wakefield, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Submarine Signal Company, 
Boston, Mass. Sound signaling apparatus. 2,452,571, 
Nov. 2. 
Clements, Louis F., Los Angeles, Calif. Trouser-creasing 

apparatus. 2,437,457, Mar. 9. 
Clements, William E., Battle Creek, Mich., assignor to 
Eaton Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Seal- 
ing the stem of hollow valves. 2,440,461, Apr. 27. 



Clenny, James T,, Swampscott, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Cleaning and electroplating process. 
2,442,195, May 25. 
Cleve, Frank, Jr., Kansas City, Mo. Shoe half sole or 

tap. 2,434,990, Jan. 27. 
Cleveland Crane & Engineering Company, The, assignee : 
See— 

Wehr, William G. 
Cleveland Graphite Bronze Company, The, assignee : See — 

Kavanagh, Thomas J. 
Cleveland, James Y., Scarsdale, assignor to Socony-Vac- 
uum Oil Company, Incorporated, New York, N Y De- 
layed well logging. 2,436,503, Feb. 24. 
Cleveland, Jesse L., Two Harbors, Minn. Sanitarv cow 

guard. 2,453,302, Nov. 9. y 

Cleveland Patents, Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Hickok, Robert D. 
Cleveland Pneumatic Tool Company, The, assignee : See — 
Hoffar, Henry S. 
Kovacs, William R. 
Lehman, Eugene W. 
Lehman, Eugene W., and Whalen. 
Van Sittert, Paul, Kostrubanic, and Lehman. 
Wallace, John F. 
Cleveland Punch & Shear Works Company The, assignee ■ 
See — 

Longfield, William F. 
Cleveland, Samuel M., Merion, Pa. Mechanical pencil with 

step-by-step feed. 2,448,356, Aug. 31. 
Cleveland Trencher Company, The, assignee : See — 
Kelsey, Ralph C. 

Cleveland Trust Company, The, executor, assignee ■ See 

Deibel, Cyril P., Mertes, and Gray; 
Cleveland Trust Company, The, executor, et al. : See — 

Deibel, Cyril P. 
Cleveland Welding Company, assignee: See — 
Hoyt, Harold M. 
Mueller, Homer L. 
Clewell, Dayton H., Dallas, Tex., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, Incorpo- 
rated, New York, N. Y. Geological exploration system. 
2,454,911, Nov. 30. 
Clibbon, Herbert B., Detroit, Mich. Moisture vapor in- 
dicator for packaged goods. 2,446,361, Aug. 3. 
Clifford, Albert M., Stow, assignor to Wingfoot Corpora- 
tion, Akron, Ohio. Butadiene-l,3-ethyl alpha phenyl- 
acrylate copolymer. 2,435,674, Feb. 10. 
Clifford, Albert M., Stow, assignor to Wingfoot Corpora- 
tion, Akron, Ohio. Copolymers of vinyl furane and 
alpha-alkyl acrylonitrile. 2,444,807, July 6. 
Clifford, Albert M.. Stow, assignor to Wingfoot Corpora- 
tion, Akron, Ohio. Copolymers of butadienes-1,3 and 
alpha aryl acrylonitriles. 2,444,870, July 6. 
Clifford, Albert M. ; Stow, assignor to Wingfoot Corpora- 
tion, Akron, Ohio. Copolymers of halo allyl esters of 
carboxylic acids. 2,448,703, Sept. 7. 
Clifford, Albert M., Stow, assignor to Wingfoot Corpora- 
tion, Akron, Ohio. Diketo acrylates. 2,448,958, Sept. 7. 
Clifford, Albert M., Stow, assignor to Wingfoot Corpora- 
tion, Akron, Ohio. Copolymer of cylclohexyl alpha chlo- 
roacrylate and butadiene-1,3. 2,456,382, Dec. 14. 
Clifford, Albert M., and J. G. Lichty, Stow, assignors to 
Wingfoot Corporation, Akron, Ohio. Butadiene-acrylo- 
nitrile copolymer plasticized with isobutyl beta iso- 
butoxy propionate. 2,435,773, Feb. 10. 
Clifford, Albert M., and J. G. Lichty, Stow, assignors to 
Wingfoot Corporation, Akron, Ohio. Beta-halogenated 
unsaturated nitriles. 2,437,998, Mar. 16. 
Clifford, Albert M., Stow, and J. G. Lichty, Cuyahoga 
Falls, assignors to Wingfoot Corporation, Akron, Ohio. 
Dialkoxv propionitriles. 2,438,090, Mar. 16. 
Clifford, David G., Palo Alto, Calif., and E. Pawlishen, 
deceased, by J. Pawlishen, administrator, New York, 
N. Y., assignors to Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 
East Pittsburgh, Pa. Tunable generator for ultra high 
frequencies. 2,454,306, Nov. 23. 
Climax Machinery Company, assignee : See — 

Campbell, William J. 
Cline, Allen B., Rosemead, Calif. Denture repair tool. 

2,453,303, Nov. 9. 
Cline, Cranmore W., United States Navy, Jacksonville, 

Fla. Variable pitch impeller. 2,450,420, Oct. 5. 
Cline, Earl E., assignor to Mueller Co., Decatur, 111. Spray 

nozzle. 2,451,071, Oct. 12. 
Cline, Edwin L., Pasadena, assignor to Clayton Manu- 
facturing Company, Alhambra, Calif. Hydraulic 
dynamometer. 2,452,550, Nov. 2. 
Cline, Edwin L., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Allied 
Chemical & Dye Corporation, New York, N. Y. Pre- 
treating pinene crudes. 2,434,197, Jan. 6. 
Clive, James, Ewhurst, Guildford, England. Automobile 

headlamp control. 2,450,370, Sept. 28. 
Cloete, Floris, Detroit, Mich. Hydrokinetic coupling. 

2,453,684, Nov. 9. 
Clothier, Robert L., Denville, N. J. Method and device for 
removing rotating bands from projectiles. 2,449,979, 
Sept. 28. 
Cloud, Gould H. : See — 

Sweeney, AVilliam J., Cloud, and Blackwood. 
Cloud, Kenneth M. : See — 

Elleman, Tom, and Cloud. 
Ginn, Earl, and Cloud. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Cloud, William S., Wilmette. 111. Preventing tears in 
thermoplastic material. 2,442,757, June 8. 

Clouet, Didier A., Boulogne-Billuncourt, France, assignor 
to International Standard Electric Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Electric condenser. 2,444,032, June 29. 

Clough, Jerome L., Milwaukee, Wis. Stroboscopic index 
and index viewing. 2,440,797, May 4. 

Cloutier, Felix J., Minneapolis, Minn. Combination in- 
take and exhaust valve for four-cycle engines. 2,439,618, 
Apr. 13. 

Clover Industries, Inc., assignee : See — 
Henderson, Harold P., and Kaplan. 

Cloyd, Harold S., assignor to National Organ Supply Com- 
pany, Erie, Pa. Push comb. 2,457,446, Dec. 28. 

Club Aluminum Products Company, assignee : See — 
Bodell, Mark R. 

Cluett, Peabody & Co., Inc., assignee : See — 
Pfeffer, Edward C, Jr., and Epelberg. 
Pfeffer, Edward C, Jr., and Miller. 
Schreiner. George A. 

Clurman, Albert W., trustee, assignee : See — 
Jacobs, Maurice. 

Clutton, Sam W., Missoula, Mont. Hotbox cooler. 
2,452,731, Nov. 2. , t _. ", 

Clyde, George, and K. F. Dailey, Columbus, Ohio. Engine 
starting apparatus. 2,446,691, Aug. 10. 

Clyde, Paul M., assignee : See — 
Shields, Samuel F. 

Clynch, James H. : See — 

Huff, Curtis E., and Clynch. 

Coach & Car Equipment Corporation, assignee : See — 
Buker, Edward. 

Coake, Charles F., Indianapolis, assignor to Senn Cor- 
poration, New Augusta, Ind. Oscillator controlled 
follow-up system. 2,437,661, Mar. 9. 

Coast Envelope & Leather Products Company, assignee : 
See- 
Miller, Joseph C. 

Coast Reduction, Inc., assignee : See — 
Cape, Arthur T., and Foerster. 
Foerster, Charles V., and Cape. 

Coat Craft Company, assignee : See — 
Goldstein, Aaron A. 

Coates, Cecil C, Prescott, Ariz. Dispensing cabinet. 
2,447,054, Aug. 17. 

Coates, Charles H., Baton Rouge, La. Cylinder plug for 
gas operated guns with grenade launchers. 2,453,699, 
Nov. 16. 

Coates, J. Edwin, assignor to Douglas Aircraft Company, 
Inc., Santa Monica, Calif. Measuring instrument. 
2 438 205 Mar 23 

Coates, ' Neligh C, Kansas City, Mo. Masonry saw. 
2,450,371, Sept. 28. 

Coates, Neligh C, Kansas City, Mo. Masonry saw. 
2,455,113, Nov. 30. 

Coates, Neligh C, Kansas City, Mo. Latching device. 
2,455,163, Nov. 30. 

Coats, Gilbert E., Fort Dodge, Iowa. Dump vehicle. 
2,444,808. July 6. „ 

Coats, William E., Los Angeles, Calif. Dustpan 
2,453,973, Nov. 16. 

Cobb, Albion B., assignee, et al. : See — 
Sharp, Ralph P., Sr. 

Cobb, Carroll F., Silverton, Ohio, E. F. Brill, Milwaukee, 
Wis., and J. R. Guenther, Chicago, 111., assignors to 
Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee, 
Wis. Arranging and brazing superposed commutator 
leads. 2,455,560, Dec. 7. „ ,. 

Cobb, Emerson G., Mitchell, S. Dak., assignor to United 
Aircraft Corporation, East Hartford, Conn. Protecting 
metal surfaces. 2,455,114, Nov. 30. 

Cobb. James F., Portland, Oreg., assignor to The Moore 
Dry Kiln Company of Oregon. Drier control. 2.434,758, 
Jan. 20. 

Cobb, John L., Chicago, 111. Shoe toe box. 2,443,725, 
June 22. 

Cobb, Leland D., Forestville, Conn., assignor to Draper 
Corporation, nopedale, Mass. Harness motions. 
2,437,349 ; Mar. 9. 

Cobbs, Everett R., Belolt, Ohio. Automatic light for 
cabinets. 2.448,080, Aug. 31. 

Cobean, Richard \V., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Gas-arc welding apparatus. 
2,444,767, July 6. 

Coboan, Richard W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Temperature responsive de- 
vice. 2,454,552, Nov. 23. 

Cobert, Arthur J., Greensboro, N. C, assignor to Burling- 
ton Mills Corporation, New Castle County, Del. Knitted 
fabric and making same. 2,452,835, Nov. 2. 

Cobert, Arthur J.. Greensboro, N. C, assignor to Burling- 
ton Mills Corporation. New Castle County, Del. Knitted 
fabric and making same. 2,452,836. Nov. 2. 

Cobln. Walter 11. New York, N. Y. Pipe coupling. 
2,441,754, May 18. 

Coca, Arthur F., Oradell, N. J., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to American Cyanamld Company, New York, 
N. Y. Production of antibodies. 2,464,752, Nov. 23. 

Coca-Cola Company, The, assignee : See — 
Stout, George I'. 

Cocanour, John B.. San Jose, assignor to Colvin-Temple- 
ton. Inc., Oakland, Calif. Refrigerating system de- 
frosted by hot liquid refrigerants. 2,452,102, Oct. 26. 



Cochary, Thomas A., Brockton, Mass. Open-back shoe with 
stiffening means. Re. 23,1159, Dec. 14. 

Cochary, Thomas A., Brockton, Mass. Open-back shoe 
with stiffening means. 2,446,169, Aug. 3. 

Cochran, Clarence W., Belmont, assignor to Polaroid 
Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. Goggle with detach- 
able lens. 2,444,498, July 6. 

Cochrane, Richard M., West Springfield, assignor to Gil- 
bert & Barker Manufacturing Company, Springfield, 
Mass. Dual firing rate oil burner apparatus. 2,451,661, 
Oct. 19. 

Cocker Machine and Foundry Company, assignee : See — 
Suggs, Thomas F. 

Cockerill, Gerald I., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company Cleveland, 
Ohio. Liquid seal device. 2,440,394, Apr. 27. 

Cockrell, William D., Schenectady, N. Y. Calculating and 
aerial navigation instrument. 2,455,902, Dec. 7. 

Cocup, George A. : See — 

Goodbar, Mayo A., and Cocup. 

Codman, F. L. & J. C, assignee : See — 
Ogden, Floyd H. 

Cody, Clifford S., Springfield, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Air condi- 
tioning apparatus having mounting for motion relative 
to a window. 2,436,713, Feb. 24. 

Cody, William A., Clay Center, Kans. Picture hanger. 
2,448,137, Aug. 31. 

Coe, Elvin L., Nitro, W. Va., assignor to American Viscose 
Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Producing medullated 
artificial filaments. 2.439,039. Apr. 6. 

Coe, George B., Upper Montclair, N. J. Tube reducing 
mill. 2,436,098, Feb. 17. 

Coes, Lorlng, Jr., Brookfield, assignor to Norton Company, 
Worcester, Mass. Phenolic-alkyd resins. 2,435,554, 
Feb. 3. 

Coes, Lorlng, Jr., Brookfield, assignor to Norton Company, 
Worcester, Mass. Mixed resin bonded abrasives and 
making the same. 2,435,555, Feb. 3. 

Coes, Loring, Jr., Brookfield, assignor to Norton Company, 
Worcester, Mass. Plasticizing and vulcanization of 
butadiene-acrylic nitrlle copolymer. 2,449,058, Sept. 14. 

Coes, Lorlng, Jr., Brookfield, assignor to Norton Company, 
Worcester, Mass. Improving water-resistant character- 
istics of resins and resinous articles, and resinous 
products resulting therefrom. 2,456,919, Dec. 21. 

Coes, Loring, Jr., Brookfield, assignor to Norton Company, 
Worcester, Mass. Improving water-resistant character- 
istics of resins and resinous articles, and resinous 
products resulting therefrom. 2,456,920, Dec. 21. 

Coes, Lorlng, Jr., Brookfield, assignor to Norton Company, 
Worcester, Mass. Improving water-resistant character- 
istics of resins and resinous articles, and resinous 
products resulting thefefrom. 2,456,921, Dec. 21. 

Coffey, Anne, assignor to Coffey Creations, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. Hand knitting or crocheting device. 2,434,609, 
Jan. 13. 

Coffey Creations, Inc., assignee : See — - 
Coffee, Anne. 

Coffey, Daniel J., Bronx, N. Y. Brick cutting tool. 
2,436,686, Feb. 24. 

Coffey, Daniel J., Bronx, N. Y. Combined cigarette holder 
and ash tray. 2,453,304, Nov. 9. 

Coffey, Earl G., Sioux City, Iowa. Impression taking 
means. 2,452,903, Nov. 2. 

Coffey, Roger T., Marblehead, assignor to Barbour Stock- 
well Company, Cambridge, Mass. Clutch. 2,457,210, 
Dec. 28. 

Coffin. Bruce A., assignee : See — 
Dillaby, Edwin F. 

Coffin. Francis P., Jr., Schenectady, N. Y., and F. E. 
Bothwell, Boston, and P. D. Crout, Lexington, Mass., 
assignors by mesne assignments to the United States 
of America, as represented by the Secretary of the 
Navy. Smoothing servo. 2,449,035, Sept. 7. 

Coffing, Frederick, Danville, 111. Bedpan system. 
2,436,915, Mar. 2. 

Coffman, Donald D., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Glycol! c ethers of hy- 
droxylated interpolymers and their preparation. 
2,434,145, Jan. 6. 

Coffman, Donald D., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Preparation of difiuoro- 
acetlc acid. 2,442,995, June 8. 

Coffman, Donald D., and L. F. Salisbury, assignors to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington. Del. 
Preparation of unsaturated fluorohydrocarbons. 
2,451,612, Oct. 19. 

Coffman, Donald D., and T. A. Ford, assignors to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Poly- 
mers of tiifluoroethylene and obtaining them. 2,456,255, 
Dec. 14. 

Coffman, Olen G., assignor to Robbins & Myers, Inc., 
Springfield, Ohio. Delayed start alternating-current 
mo (or. 2,440.896, May 4. 

Coffman, Richard B., assignee : See — 
Armentrout, Arthur L. 

Cogan, Howard D., Glenshaw, Pa., and N. H. Ketcham, 
Flushing, N. Y., assignors to Carbide and Carbon Chem- 
icals Corporation. Heat-resistant coating composition. 
2,450,327, Sept. 28. 



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Coggeshall, Almy D., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Modified methyl polysiloxane 
compositions. 2.442,196, May 25. 
Coggeshall, Almy D., and B. W. Erikson, Schenectady, 
N. Y., assignors to General Electric Company. Electri- 
cal coil and making the same. 2,442,587, June 1. 
Coggeshall, Norman D. : See — 

Muskat, Morris, and Coggeshall. 
Coggeshall, Norman D., O'Hara Township, Allegheny 
County, assignor to Gulf Research & Development Com- 
pany, Pittsburgh, Pa. Cementing wells. 2,451,472, 
Oct. 19. 
Coggeshall. Norman D., O'Hara Township, Allegheny Coun- 
ty, and M. Muskat, Oakmont, assignors to Gulf Research 
& Development Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Geophysical 
exploration of boreholes by microwaves. 2,455,942, Dec. 
14. 
Coggeshall, Norman D., Verona, and N. F. Kerr, assignors 
to Gulf Research & Development Company, Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Electron gun for mass spectrometers. 2,457,530, 
Dec. 28. 
Coghill, James T., assignor to Consolidated Machine Tool 
Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Apparatus for the 
manufacture of paper and other felted fibrous prod- 
ucts. 2,447,161, Aug. 17. 
Cogovan, Edward J., assignor to Mohawk Carpet Mills, 

Inc.. Amsterdam, N. Y. Fabric. 2,456,922, Dec. 21. 
Cogovan, Edward J., Amsterdam, and L. R. Jones, Broad- 
albin, assignors to Mohawk Carpet Mills, Inc., Amster- 
dam, N. Y. Making fabrics. 2,456.923, Dec. 21. 
Cohan, Alvin M., Tamaqua, Pa., assignor to Atlas Powder 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Electric fuse lighter. 
2,437,153, Mar. 2. 
Cohen, Aaron : See — - 

Bergel, Franz and Cohen. 
Cohen, Arthur M., New Rochelle, N. Y., assignor to Ward 
Leonard Electric Company. Electromagnetic controller. 
2,451,810, Oct. 19. 
Cohen, Frank A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Undergarment. 

2,453,063. Nov. 2. 
Cohen, Harold, Elizabeth, N. J. Tower or mast. 

2,443.949, June 22. 
Cohen, Harry L., New York, assignor to S & S Corrugated 
Paper Machinery Co. Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Conveyor 
slat securement. 2,439,040, Apr. 6. 
Cohen, Henry B., assignor to The Lektron Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Vibrant armature massager. 
2,441,686, May 18. 
Cohen, Hinny : See — 

Alma, Geritt H. P., Cohen, and Landsbergen. 
Cohen, Louis, assignor to Longines-Wittnauer Watch Co. 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Aircraft bank indicator. 
2,442.265, May 25. 
Cohen. May M., assignee : See — 

Cohen, Meyer. 
Cohen, Meyer, assignor to M. M. Cohen, Forest Hills, N. Y. 

Holder. 2.435,818, Feb. 10. 
Cohen, Morris, assignor to Interstate Bakeries Corpora- 
tion, Kansas City, Mo. Making jelly rolls or the like. 
2,450,033, Sept. 28. 
Cohen, Theodore A., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Wheelco Instruments Company, Chicago, HI. Viscosity 
measuring apparatus. 2.434,349, Jan. 13. 
Cohler Co., Inc., assignee : See — 

Miller, Albert J. 
Cohn, Benjamin D., Pennside, Pa. Combined grave 

marker and flower holder. 2,436,631, Feb. 24. 
Cohn, Howard R., Brooklyn, N. Y. Educational device. 

2,454,632, Nov. 23. 
Cohn, Irwin, Leominster, Mass. Toy propelled boat. 

2,439,649, Apr. 13. 
Cohn, Irwin, Leominster, Mass. Carrousel toy for chil- 
dren. 2,457,447, Dec. 28. 
Cohn, Seymour B., Cambridge, Mass., assignor to the 
United States of America, as represented by the Secre- 
tary of War. Signal receiver and warning device. 
2,437,876, Mar. 16. 
Cohoe, Wallace P., New York, assignor to American 
Chicle Company, Long Island City, N. Y. Chewing 
gum base. 2,444,871, July 6. 
Cohrt, Eigil, Copenhagen, Denmark, assignor to Interna- 
tional Standard Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Butt-in telephone system. 2,444,033, June 29. 
Cohrt, Eigil, Copenhagen, Denmark, assignor to Interna- 
tional Standard Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Electric alarm signaling system. 2,454,775, Nov. 30. 
Coit, Burton C, Jr., assignor to Tri-State Engineering 
Company, Washington, Pa. Load supporting pallet. 
2.446,634, Aug. 10. 
Coit, Burton C, Jr., assignor to Tri-State Engineering 
Company, Washington, Pa. Pallet of the load-support- 
ing type, with casters. 2,452,356, Oct. 26. 
Coker, Alva C, San Antonia, Tex. Machine for cutting 

handholes. 2,454,861, Nov. 30. 
Colaiaco, August P. : See — 

Cox, Joseph H, Colaiaco, and Rose. 
Stoltenberg, Glenn R., and Colaiaco. 
Colaiaco, August P., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to the United States of America, as rep- 
resented by the United States Atomic Energy Commis- 
sion. Pump. 2,438,387, Mar. 23. 



Colaiaco, August P., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Sealed 
Ignitron. 2,439,924, Apr. 20. 

Colaiaco, August P., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Vapor elec- 
tric device. 2,447,637, Aug. 24. 

Colaiaco, August P., and D. L. Hopper. Wilkinsburg, as- 
signors to Westinghouse Electric Corporation, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Pump. 2,447,636, Aug. 24. 

Colaluca, Leonardo, Somerville, N. J. Spring-actuated pro- 
jector for game boards. 2,455,978, Dec. 14. 

Colaluca, Phillip, Youngstown, Ohio. Ketchup dispenser. 
2,453,974. Nov. 16. 

Colaner, Louis, Sr., Freehold, N. J. Automobile fender 
construction. 2,447,898, Aug. 24. 

Colbar, Inc., assignee : See — - 
Munshower, Clarence F. 

Colbath, Dan L. : See — 

Moore, John R., and Colbath. 

Colbert, Carl C, assignor to Nehi Corporation, Columbus 
Ga. Vending apparatus. 2,452,837, Nov 2 

Colbert, Charles L., assignee : See — 
Valiton, Frederick H. 

Colbert, William H„ and A. R. Weinrich, Brackenridge 
Pa., assignors to Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Company! 
Toledo, Ohio. Coating by evaporating metals. 2,450,850. 
Oct. 5. 

Colbert, William H., and A. R. Weinrich, Brackenridge 
Pa., assignors to Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Company, 
loledo, Ohio. Coating by evaporating metals. 2,450 851 
Oct. 5. ' 

Colbert, William H., and A. R. Weinrich, Brackenridge 
Pa assignors to Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Company! 
loledo, Ohio. Coating by evaporating metals. 2,450 852 
(Jet. O. ">i 

Colbert, William H., and A. R. Weinrich, Brackenridge 
^^• Q / SS Af. nors ^ to Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Company! 
loiedo, Ohio. Coating by evaporating metals. 2,450,853, 

Colbert, William H., and A. R. Weinrich, Brackenridge 

Toierto S n^n rS n t0 ,- Lib K ey " 0wens -^ ord Glass Company! 
loledo, Ohio. Coating by evaporating metals. 2,450,8541 

Colbert, William H., and A. R. Weinrich, Brackenrid-e 

Tniedo S n^n rS ^ t0 .- Lib S ey " 0wens - Ford Glass Companl; 
Oct 5 Coating by evaporating metals. 2,450,855! 

Colbert, William H., and A. R. Weinrich, Brackenridge 
^•af^Vo Libbey-Owens-Ford GlasrCompany! 
Oct 5 Coating by evaporating metals. 2,450,856! 

Colbert, William H., and A. R. Weinrich, Brackenridge 

? a iedn S n^ rS P t0 + - Li ^ ey -° wens - Ford Glass Company! 
Oct 5 Coating by evaporating metals. 2,450,857; 

C ° lb Smitl 1 % n e fn a is tU ^ g C ° mPany ' aSSigDee: Se ^ 
Co I bU fIV Allan ?•• N ?^ ark . Del., assignor to United Air- 
craft Corporation, East Hartford, Conn. Engine cylin- 
n der ? n ^ nd J? affle construction. 2,444,220 June 29 
Cole Arthur B., Jr., assignee: See— ' 

Bristow, John W. 

Cole, Arthur D., Minneapolis, Minn. Thermostat ODerated 
rheostat. 2.442,072, May 25 l "Perarea 

Cole, Ben R., Princeton, N. J., 'assignor to Radio Cornora- 
2!4l4°633 m Nov a 23 Fre<1UellCy mod » lated ^ apSus. 

C °^V C ? arle ^ E /' '? enafl & a ssignor to Bendix Aviation Cor- 
June 29.' Teterboro ' iV - J - Boos t regulator. 2,444,185, 

C °Oct ^e 1 * 011 E " Cllicag0 ' ln - Connector. 2,452,184, 
Cole Edward S., Upper Montclair, N. J., assignor to 
fe 1 a t ^ e 2 t , e i41 L 6 !8, C SI r a P r a l t 8 i0n, NeW ™*- N f Shaft 
C t456, r 8 a 6tD B ec.fl SheVme '' N - C " GaS flame re ^ lat <- 
Cole, Frank E., Manchester, and W. V. Goodhue Ipswich 
Mass assignors to United Shoe Machinery Corporation 
Flemington^ N. J. Fuse setter. 2,442,842, June 8 ' 

2!43f,290,^eb 17. AngeleS ' CaUf - Disconn ect switch. 
Cole, Gilmoure N., Manchester, assignor to United Air- 
craft Corporation, East Hartford, Conn. Supnort for 
engine cooling fans. 2,438,540, Mar. 30 pport I0r 
Cole Gilmoure N., Manchester, and C. R. Wells, Rocky 
Hill assignors to United Aircraft Corporation, East 
Hartford, Conn. Engine cooling fan. 2,454,037, Nov. 

C °De ' T °l ln D '' Da3 " ton ' 0hi0 - Golf S l0Te - 2,456,678, 

Cole, John W. : See — 

Julian, Percy L., Cole, Magnani, and Conde 
Julian Percy L., Cole, Magnani, and Meyer. 

Lole, Lyndon C, Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to'H-P-M De- 
velopment Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Hydraulic cir- 
cuit for halting reciprocable rams. 2,437,077 Mar 2 

Cole, Monroe C, Dallas, Tex. Brooder. 2,452,904 Nov 2 

Cole, Paul M., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Production of strain-free 
extruded shapes from organic thermoplastic materials! 
2,436,201, Feb. 17. 



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Cole, Percy W., executor, et al. : See — 

Ingoldby, Maurice K., and Abbink-Spaink. 
Cole, Rex, assignee : See — 

Harshbarger. Walter J., and Putt. 
Cole, Robert A., Moline, 111., and D. I. Smith, Vincent, 
Ohio. Telemetering transmitter. 2,437,242, Mar. 9. 
Coleman, Edwin D., Maywood, 111. Respiration apparatus. 

2,436,853, Mar. 2'. 
Coleman, Edwin D., Maywood, 111. Bridge structure for 

pH measurement device. 2,451,663, Oct. 19. 
Coleman, George L., assignor of one-half to W. O. Huske, 
Fayetteville, N. C. Apparatus for resurfacing meat 
blocks. 2,454,992, Nov. 30. 
Coleman, Harry E., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Air condition- 
ing grille or register assembly. 2,450,184, Sept. 28. 
Coleman, Lester L. : See — ■ 

Hall, Horace E., and Coleman. 
Coleman, Maurice, assignee : See — 

Kertz, James J. 
Coleman-Pettersen Corporation, assignee : See — 

Pettersen, Wilber E. 
Coles, Harold W., Rochester, N. Y., assignor to Joseph E. 
Seagram & Sons, Inc., Shively, Ky. Recovering dextrins 
from stillage sirup. 2,450,717, Oct. 5. 
Coles, Leon M., Port Chester, N. Y. Hand cultivating 

tool. 2,452,732, Nov. 2. 
Coley, Silas B., assignee : See — 

Reavis, Charles N. 
Colgate-Palmolive-Peet Company, assignee : See — 
Elgin, Joseph C. 
Gebhart, Arthur I., and Ross. 
Ittner, Martin H. 
Keim, Gerald I., Ross, and Percy. 
Malkemus, John D., Ross, and Potter. 
Miles, Gilbert D. 
Ross, John. 

Ross, John. Potter, and Yolles. 
Colin, Joseph A. : See — 

Berthier. Jules H., and Colin. 
College of Electronic Medicine, assignee : See — 

Hart, Fred J. 
Collett, James D., Jr., Houston, Tex. Gas sampling ap- 
paratus. 2,452,224, Oct. 26. 
Collette, Hiawatha F. : See — 

Whitson, Mercer L., and Collette. 
Colley, Russell S., Kent, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Variable fluid 
passage. 2,434,835. Jan. 20. 
Collier-Keyworth Company, assignee : See — 

Sheldrick, Henry W. 
Collier, Robert T., Palos Verdes Estates, and J. G. Car- 
riere, Long Beach, assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
Union Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Producing sulfur dioxide from waste sulfuric acid-hy- 
drocarbon containing material. 2,435,710, Feb. 10. 
Collings, John K., Englewood, assignor to The Metal Lum- 
ber Corporation of New Jersey, Hoboken, N. J. Hatch 
cover. 2,457,129, Dec. 28. 
Collings, Norman H., and R. J. H. Beverton, assignors to 
Standard Telephones and Cables, Limited, London, 
England. Electrically conducting adhesive. 2,444,034, 
June 29. 
Collings, William R., H. N. Fenn, and H. J. Fletcher, 
assignors to Dow Corning Corporation, Midland, Mich. 
Production of siloxane resins. 2,447,611, Aug. 24. 
Collins, Arthur A., Cedar Rapids, Iowa, assignor to Collins 
Radio Company. Radio transmitting and receiving sys- 
tem. 2,447,490, Aug. 24. 
Collins, Austin T., deceased, by Miracle Lubricating Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich., assignee. Lubricant composi- 
tion. Re. 22,985, Mar. 16. 
Collins, Calhoun, assignor of one-half to T. M. Ryerson, 
Bakersfield, Calif. Adjustable reclining chair. 2,448,860, 
Sept. 7. 
Collins, David H., Brooklyn, assignor to Royal Typewriter 
Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Ribbon guide for type- 
writers or like machines. 2,442,232, May 25. 
Collins, Francis H. : See — 

Blair, Alexander, and Collins. 
Collins. Fred V., Des Plaines, assignor to W. F. Stahl, 
Kenilworth, 111. Manufacture of plastic containers. 
2,452,357, Oct. 26. 
Collins, George H., Lynn, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Machine for 
applying pressure to shoe bottoms. 2,445,420, July 20. 
Collins, George T., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Allied 
Chemical & Dye Corporation, New York, N. Y. Product 
and process of reacting alkenyl succinic esters with sul- 
fur. 2,454,862, Nov. 30. 
Collins, Henry H., Bryn Mawr, Pa. Combination head- 
rest and backrest In a beach or lawn chair. 2,450,783, 
Oct. 5. 
Collins, Henry M., Stamford, Conn., assignor to Shawin- 
igan Chemicals Limited, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 
Making stable emulsions of resinous materials. 
2,443,893, June 22. 
Collins, Henry M., Ottawa, Ontario, and G. O. Morrison, 
Shawlnigan Falls, Quebec, assignors to Shawinigan 
Chemicals Limited, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Stable 
polyvinyl acetate emulsions and making same. 2,444,396, 
June 29. 
Collins, Johnnie C, assignor to Servis Equipment Company, 
Dallas, Tex. Tractor implement. 2,456.491, Dee. 14. 



Safety soap and wash- 



assignor to 
Structural 



Carnegie- 
member. 



. assignor to Carnegie- 
Grating and making the- 

Soil pipe reducer. 



Collins, Leon L., Savannah, Ga. 

cloth hanger. 2,439,238, Apr. 6. 
Collins, Milford E., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Radio 
JrSl 1 .?, ^! 1011 of America. Film drive apparatus. 
2,442,400, June 1. 
Collins, Neil R., and W. W. Mower, Los Altos, and H. 
Church, Campbell, Calif., assignors, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Permanente Metal Corporation. Prepar- 
ing magnesium oxide-containing material for reduction 
purposes. 2,433,891, Jan. 6. 
Collins Radio Company, assignee : See — 
Collins, Arthur A. 
Doelz, Melvin L. 
Hunter, Theodore A. 
Kent, Raymond C. 
May, Richard W. 
Moseley, Francis L. 
Sansbury, George L. 
Vaughn, Kenneth E. 
Vogel, Vernon H. 
Collins, Ralph D., assignee, et al. : See — 

Arnold, Ralph J., MacDonald, and Collins. 
Crehan, William J., and Arnold. 
Collins, Ralph D., Beverly Hills, Calif., assignor of one- 
naif to Kellogg Switchboard and Supply Company.. 
Making elastic coil structures with uncoiled ends. 
2,452,432, Oct. 26. 
Collins, Ralph D., Beverly Hills, Calif., assignor of one- 
half to Kellogg Switchboard and Supply Company. 
Method and apparatus for making elastic coil cables 
with a longitudinal end. 2,452,433, Oct 26. 
Collins, Ralph D., Beverly Hills, Calif., and W. J. Drigot, 
Chicago, 111., said Drigot assignor to Kellogg Switch- 
board and Supply Company. Production of vulcanizable 
£ ,l« -J; 011 caDles having reversingly coiled portions. 
2,452,431, Oct. 26. 
Collins, Richard D., Baltimore, Md. Adjustable holder for 

precision indicators. 2,456,383, Dec. 14. 
Collins, Robert B., Downers Grove, assignor to Universal 
Oil Products Company, Chicago, 111. Vacuum strip- 
ping of moving catalyst in hydrocarbon conversion 
process. 2,447,116, Aug. 17. 
Collins, Tappan, Dormont, Pa., 
Illinois Steel Corporation. 
2,446,692, Aug. 10. 
Collins, Tappan, Pittsburgh, Pa., 
Illinois Steel Corporation, 
same. 2,437,186, Mar. 2. 
Collison, William J., Costa Mesa, Calif. 

2.455,470. Dec. 7. 
Collison, William J., San Diego, Calif. Cutin fitting. 

2,449,803, Sept. 21. 
Collister, Hugh, Grand Rapids, Mich. Ice cube tray. 

2,456,924, Dec. 21. 
Collura, Francesco, New York, N. Y. Push-button type 

pencil. 2,452,905, Nov. 2. 
Collura, Francesco, New York, N. Y. Mechanical pencil 

of the push-button type. 2,452.906, Nov. 2. 
Collura, Francesco, New York, N. Y. Magazine pencil of 

the push-button type. 2,452,907, Nov. 2. 
Colman, Howard D. : See — 

Stewart, Duncan J., and Colman. 
Colman, Sol, Los Angeles, Calif. Computing scale. 

2,445,022, July 13. 
Coloccia, Philip T., Hillside, N. J. Hair curling device. 

2,452,225, Oct. 26. 
Colombu, Eugene : See — 

De Laeotte, Robert H.. and Colombu. 
Colonial Broach Company, assignee : See — 

Welte. Benedict. 
Colonial Press, Inc., The, assignee : See — 

Burlingame. Ernest D., Carlson, Nicholson, and Scott. 
Giansante, Daniel. 
Martin, Kenneth P., and Rowland. 
Packard, Alden. 
Tittle. Hulburt C. 
Colonial Sugars Company, assignee : See — 

Swenson, Oscar J. 
Color Research Corporation, assignee : See — 

Grimson, Samuel B. 
Colostom-Ease Inc., assignee : See — 

McArdle, James W. 
ColQwell, Joe D., Timperley, and F. Benyon, Bolton, 
England. Elevating mechanism for loading shovels or 
the like. 2.441,310, May 11. 
Colpaert, Loger C, Detroit, Mich. Boat speedometer. 

2,449,590, Sept. 21. 
Colt, Edwin W., Evanston, assignor to Armour and Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Separation of higher fatty acids. 
2,443,184, June 15. 
Colt, Ralph S., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Cellulose ester lithographic printing 
process. 2,448,861, Sept. 7. 
Colton, Dudley T., Martinsville, N. J., assignor to Johns- 
Manville Corporation, New York, N. Y. Manufacture 
of fibro-cementitious sheets. 2,445,210, July 13. 
Colt's Manufacturing Company, assignee: See — 

Wedge, Arthur F., and Bidwell. 
Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc., assignee : See — 
Goldmark, Peter C. 
Goldmark, Peter C, and Dyer. 
Columbia Mills, Inc., The, assignee : See — 
Burns, Fred J. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Columbia Protektosite Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Albanese, Michael. 
Columbia Records Inc., assignee : See — 
Hinckley, Frank C. 
Hunter, James H. 
Columbian Carbon Company, assignee : See — 
Heller, George L. 

Wiegand, William B., and Braendle. 
Columbian Enameling & Stamping Co., Inc., assignee : 
See — 

Weddle, Richard C. 
Columbian Rope Company, assignee : See — 
Koon, Archie W., and Thatcher. 
Orser, Keith L. 
Columbia River Packers Association, Inc., assignee : See — 

Burruss, Walter H. 
Columbus Dental Manufacturing Company, The, assignee : 
See- 
King, James R. 
Columbus McKinnon Chain Corporation, assignee : See — 
Gilbert, Lowell B., and Kieffer. 
Kieffer, Raymond J. 
Columbus Protektosite Co., Inc., assignee : See — 

Utley, Lewis S. 
Colvin, Charles M., deceased, Wilmette, 111. ; J. L. Corliss, 
executor, assignor to N. M. Satterfield, Lexington, Ohio. 
Fuel carbureting means. 2,445,104, July 13. 
Colvin, Donald, San Francisco, Calif. Condensation pre- 
venting means for refrigerators. 2,443,342, June 15. 
Colvin, Joseph H., assignee : See — 

Goldberg, Ralph. 
Colvin-Tempieton, Inc., assignee : See — 
Concanour, John B. 
Sears, Edward O. 
Colwell, Harry E., assignor to The A P Parts Corpora- 
tion, Toledo, Ohio. Bending machine. 2,440,599, Apr. 
27. 
Colwill, Richard H, Chicago, 111. Centerimeter. 2,447,932, 

Aug. 24. 
Combined Metals Reduction Company, assignee : See — 

Christensen, Niels C. 
Combined Optical Industries Limited, assignee : See — 
Jeffree, John H. 
Johnson, John. 
Combs, Edward E., Long Branch, N. J. Spherical coil 

for variometers. 2,441,564, May 18. 
Combs, Edward E., Long Branch, N. J. Making spherical 

coils for variometers. 2,455,355, Dec. 7. 
Combs, Ida, Philadelphia, Pa. Undergarment construc- 
tion. 2,454,963, Nov. 30. 
Combustion Control Corporation, assignee : See — 
Hamilton, James C. 
Thomson, E. Craig. 
Combustion Engineering Company, Inc., assignee: See — 
Kruse, John R. 
Mittendorf, Harvey C. 
Wall, Marion P. 
Come, Leonard P., White Plains, N. Y. Furniture. 

2.452,838, Nov. 2. 
Comer, Floyd E., Briston, assignor to Buescher Band In- 
strument Co., Elkhart, Ind. Saxophone key mounting. 
2,455,232, Nov. 30. 
Comer, Marvin H. : See — 

Lathan, James R., and Comer. 
Comfy Manufacturing Company, The, assignee: See — 

Waranch, Theodore. 
Comiskey, Anthony T., Sr., Chicago, 111. Motorcycle wind- 
shield. Re. 23,039, Sept. 21. 
Comiskey, Frederick K. : See — 

Hammell, Kemper M., and Comiskey. 
Comito, Calogero F., Detroit, Mich. Mop holder. 

2,442,843, June 8. 
Commanday-Roth Co., Inc., assignee : See — 

Roth, Louis H. 
Commerce, United States of America as represented by 
the Secretary of, assignee : See — 

Diamond, Harry, Dunmore, and Hinman. 
Peters, Chauncey G., Harris, Emerson, Cooter, and 
Nefflen. 
Commercial Controls Corporation, assignee : See — 

Rast, Frederick Q. 
Commercial Solvents Corporation, assignee : See — 
Campbell, Arthur W. 
Johnson, Harold G. 
Morey, Glen H. 
Senkus, Murray. 
Smith, Everet F. 
Commercial Solvents (Great Britain) Limited, assignee : 
See — 

Morey, Glen H., and Taylor. 
Darling, Harold N., and Holdsworth. 

Commonwealth Engineering Company, of Ohio, The, as- 
signee : See — 

Fisher, John R., Jr. 
Compagnie de Produits Chimiques et Electronietallurgiques 
Alais. assignee et al. : See — 
LaLande, Andre\ 

Compagnie de Produits Chimiques et Electrometallurgiques 
Alias, Froges et Camargue, assignee : See — 
Frgjacques, Jean L. M. 

Compagnie International des Pieux Arm6s Frankignoul, 
Soci6t4 Anonyme, assignee : See — 
Jourdain, Andre 1 P. 



Compo Shoe Machinery Corporation, assignee : See — 
Dawson, Fred. 
Macdonald, Kenneth W. 
Pitman, Earle C. 
Pitman, Earle C., and Crandell. 
Small, Edward F. 
Composite Rubber Products Corporation, assignee : See — 

Hosking, Oakley. 
Comptoir de Materiel Textile, Soci6t6 a ResponsabilitS 
Limited, assignee : See — 

Berthier, Jules H., and Colin. 
Comptoir Des Textiles Artificiels, assignee : See — 

De Lacotte, Robert H., and Colombu. 
Comstock, Charles F., Hagerstown, Md. Aircraft load 

calculator. 2,444,693, July 6. 
Comstock, James A., Clyde, N. Y., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Acme Electric Corporation. Laminated 
magnetic core and method of making. 2,451,202, Oct. 12. 
Comstock, Rock L. : See — 

Lippman, Alfred, Jr., Comstock, and Benjamin. 
Conabee, Ray S., Mount Gilead, Ohio, assignor to H-P-M 
Development Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Fluid op- 
erable stroke controlling device for fluid pumps. 
2,443,301, June 15. 
Conable, Walter F. : See — 

Garrett, Elmer E., and Conable. 
Conant, Harold B., Lincoln, Nebr. Rectifier type measur- 
ing Instrument. 2,452,551, Nov. 2. 
Conant, Harold B., Lincoln, Nebr. Indicating circuit for 

alternating-current bridges. 2,454,776, Nov. 30. 
Conant, James S., Glenn Dale, Md. Jar cap. 2,443,095, 

June 8. 
Conaway, Rollin F., Waynesboro, "Va., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Ther- 
mal-stretching apparatus for yarn. 2,456,384, Dec. 14. 
Condax, Louis M., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Registration of color separation im- 
ages. 2,455,735, Dec. 7. 
CondS, George E. ; assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Strippable coating com- 
position comprising a polychloroprene and aluminum 
powder. 2,455,854, Dec. 7. 
Conde, Harold E. : See — 

Julian, Percy L., Cole, Magnani, and Conde. 
Condella, Samuel A. : See — 

Schmidt, Otto da C, and Condella. 
Condon, Ernest E., Hermanville, Md. Tube cutter. 

2,448,578, Sept. 7. 
Condor, John, Philadelphia, Pa. Extensible tool shank. 
' 2,438,633, Mar. 30. 
Cone Automatic Machine Company, assignee : See — 

Miller, Carroll E., and Ingalls. 
Cone Automatic Machine Company Inc., assignee : See — 
Haynes, Leslie W. 
Ingalls, John M. 
Cone, Charles N., assignor to M and M Woodworking Com- 
pany, Portland, Oreg. Making laminated structures. 
2,444,918, July 13. 
Cone, Charles N., assignor to M and M Wood Working 
Company, Portland, Oreg. Laminated product and 
manufacture. 2,452,226, Oct. 26. 
Cone Mills Corporation, assignee : See — 

Heiss. Marion W. 
Cone, Richard R., assignor to Threads, Incorporated, 
Gastonia, N. C. Singeing apparatus and method. 
2,444,553, July 6. 
Coney, James D., Chicago, assignor to C. B. Albert, 
Sullivan, 111. Adjustable connector for sliding mem- 
bers and the like. 2,439,078, Apr. 6. 
Confections, Inc., assignee : See — 

Kooman. Jacob J. 
Congoleum-Nairn Inc., assignee : See — 

Hazlehurst, Edward. 
Conhagen, Alfred, assignor to Alfred Conhagen, Inc., New 

York, N. Y. Plastic tube bearing. 2,442,919, June 8. 
Conhagen, Alfred, Inc., assignee : See — 

Conhagen, Alfred. 
Conjurske, Frank J., Sturgeon Bay, Wis. Sanitary cover 
and cushion for shampoo boards. 2,453,784, Nov. 16. 
Conkey, Edward L., Seneca Falls, N. Y. Machine tool at- 
tachment. 2,436,952, Mar. 2. 
Conklin, James \Y., Audubon, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Selsyn-controlled electric 
motor system. 2,434.836, Jan. 20. 
Conklin, James W., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to_ Radio 
Corporation of America. Electro-servo system. 2,4oo,979, 
Dec. 14. 
Conklin, Johnie E., Oakland, Calif. Power shovel. 

2,449,279, Sept. 14. 
Conklin, Ray B., Buffalo, N. Y. Cargo-carrying airplane. 

2,448,862, Sept. 7. 
Conklin, Robert M., West Newbury, Mass., assignor to 
Western Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Winding machine. 2,452,733, Nov. 2. 
Conlan, David, assignor to Conlan Electric Corporation, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Solenoid with plunger and latch. 
2,448,959, Sept. 7. 
Conlan, Electric Corporation, assignee : See — 
Conlan, David. 

Conley, Burns, United States Army, Wevaco, W. Va. 
Vacuum tube electronic switch. 2,446,170, Aug. 3. 

Conley, Charles, Canton, assignor to Republic Steel Corpo- 
ration, Cleveland, Ohio. Silica brick. 2,446,975, Aug. 
10. 



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Conley, Clarence, Adamsville, Tex. Well cylinder valve 

puller. 2.455,736, Dec. 7. 
Conley, Reuben T., Millington, Md. Emergency tire. 

2,442,996, June 8. 
Conlon-Moore Corporation, assignee : See — 

Babcock, Henry H. 
Conmar Products Corporation, assignee : See — 
Jones, Lester L. 
Kuzmick, Joseph N. 
Conn, C. G., Ltd., assignee : See — 
Kent, Earl L. 

Kent, Earle L., and Treseder. 
Conn, John B., Scotch Plains, assignor to Merck & Co., 
Inc., Railway, N. J. Thiamin dioctyl sulfo succinate. 
2,437,504, Mar. 9. 
Conn, John B., and J. van de Kamp, Westfield, assignors 
to Merck & Co., Inc., Rahway, N. J. Electrolytic oxida- 
tion of quinoline to quinolinic acid. 2,453,701, Nov. 16. 
Connecticut Tool & Engineering Company, assignee : See — ■ 

Tomek, Ernst J. 
Connecticut Variable Gear Corporation, The, assignee : 
See- 
Morgan, Porter S. 
Connell, William S., Norwood Park Township, Cook 
County, 111., and P. F. Boettcher and C. M. Holmen. 
Grand Haven, Mich., assignors to The Bastian-Blessing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Article dispensing device. 
2,435,177, Jan. 27. 
Conner, Edison W., Detroit, Mich. Toilet seat. 2,447,738, 

Aug. 24. 
Conner, Edward A., Stratford, assignor to American Chain 
& Cable Company, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Winding 
machine. 2,437,725, Mar. 16. 
Conner, Guy O., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Forming ma- 
chine. 2,439,077, Apr. 6. 
Conner, Guy O., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Forming ma- 
chine. 2,440,848, May 4. 
Connolly, Gerald C, Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Preparation of a titania 
gel-borla catalyst. 2,445,346, July 20. 
Connolly, Gerald C, Baton Rouge, La., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oii Development Company. Making a hydrocarbon 
conversion catalyst. 2,448,960, Sept. 7. 
Connor, Harvey R., Seattle, Wash. Noninterlocking 

bumper guard. 2,453,362, Nov. 9. 
Connor, Robert S., Little Marals, Minn. Animal snare. 

2,439,560, Apr. 13. 
Connor, Roger, assignor to The McBee Company, Athens, 
Ohio. Apparatus for printing and notching. Re. 23,026, 
Aug. 17. 
Connors, James S. : See — 

Latchum, John W., Jr., and Connors. 
Conquest, Victor, trustees, et al. : See — 

Kraybill, Henry R., and Beadle. 
Conrad, Delmar R. : See — 

Reynolds, Frank M., and Conrad. 
Conrad, Delmar R., and F. M. Reynolds, San Gabriel, 

Calif. Telescoping drawbar. 2,444,979, July 13. 
Conrad, Elton : See — 

Van Beuren, John M., and Conrad. 
Conrad, Harry E., Pomona, Calif. Dolly block with 

serrated work-engaging faces. 2,447,162, Aug. 17. 
Conrad, Joshua C, Oklahoma City, Okla. Cotton cleaning 

attachment for harvesters. 2,439,718, Apr. 13. 
Conrad, Leona M. : See — 

Brennan, Joseph B., and Conrad. 
Conradt, Julius A. and R. J., Rochester, N. Y. Headrest. 

2,452,103, Oct. 26. 
Conradt, Richard J. : See— 

Conradt, Julius A. and R. J. 
Conroy, Leo J., Waterloo, N. Y. Lead screw coupling. 

2,440,739, May 4. 
Consolidated Cosmetics, assignee : See — 

Bent, George R. 
Consolidated Edison Company of New York, Inc.. as- 
signee : See — 

Donovan, Lewis B. 
Consolidated Engineering Corporation, assignee : See — 
Langmuir, Robert V. 
McNamee, Bernard F. 
Pemberton, J. C. 
Washburn. Harold W. 
Young, William S. 
Consolidated Lithographing Corporation, assignee : See — 

Cahn, Leo. 
Consolidated Machine Tool Corporation, assignee : See — 

Coghill, James T. 
Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company of Canada, 
assignee : See — 

Sutherland, Brian P., Thompson, Simpkinson, and 
Morris. 
Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company, of Canada, 
Limited, The. assignee : See — 
Lepsoe, Robert, and Jones. 

Consolidated Royal Chemical Corporation, assignee : 
See— 

Lerner, Louis L. 
Consolidate (1 Vultee Aircraft Corporation, assignee : See — 

Druliner, Joseph M. 

Giles, William M., and Kucera. 

Hartman, Milton V. 

Havens, Glenn Q. 

Johnson, Francis B. 

Kittel, Howard S. 



Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation, assignee : See — 
Continued. 

Notestein, Edison L., and Rumpf. 

Patton, James G. 

Salisbury, Robert H., and Oehser. 

Schmidt, Howard F. 

Stringfield, Raymond B., and Miles. 

Suggs, Dalton B. 

Waller, Donald D. 

Welge, Victor. 
Consolidated Water Power and Paper Company, as- 
signee : See- — 

Dickerman, Gilbert K. 

Constant, Hayne, South Farnborough, and W. Merchant, 

Salford, said Merchant assignor to Metropolitan-Vickers 

Electrical Company, London, England. Axial flow 

turbines, compressors and the like. 2,445,661, July 20. 

Constant, Maurice, Reno, Nev. Glare screen. 2,445,473, 

July 20. 
Constantine, Arthur R., assignor to Bendix Home Appli- 
ances, Inc., South Bend, Ind. Ironing machine. 
2,456,385, Dec. 14. 
Container Corporation of America, assignee : See — 

Cass, Thomas F., Jr., Kirk, and Lanigan. 

Couth, Robert D., Potter, and Throckmorton. 

Van Saun, Raymond H. 
Contardl, Nano F. : See — 

Pernini, Henry M., and Contardl. 
Conterman, Fred A., assignor to Jamestown Metal Equip- 
ment Company, Inc., Jamestown, N. Y. Wringer. 
2,439,452, Apr. 13. 
Continental Can Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Anderson, Folke W. 

Ardron, Gerald L. 

Bendix, Gordon H. 

Coyle, John. 

Dodge, Thomas C. 

Emmons, Clarence L. 

Goldsworthy, Norman H. 

Gray, Harry C. 

Henchert. John. 

Hermani, Louis. 

Hoffecker, John 'W., Wilson, and Nenstiehl. 

Jackson, George F. 

Johnson, Scott R., and Mero. 

Keogh, Thomas P. 

Kronquest, Alfred L. 

Kronquest, Alfred L., and Sedwlck. 

Larson, Ralph A. 

Maler, Curtis E., and Green. 

Mero, Ralph M. 

Neuman, Wilbur K, and SlOsberg. 

Pearson, Paul E., and Treff. 

Pfeffer, Edward C, Jr. 

Seigh, Joseph W. 

Thanem, Oswald I. 

Tomkins, Walter M., Larkin, Anthony, Ross, and Mero. 

Treff. Alfred. 
Continental Carbon Company, assignee : See — 

Ivester, Cecil B. 
Continental Carbon, Inc., assignee : See — 

Jira, Joseph W. 
Continental Coffee Company, assignee : See — 

Hamlet, Darrel P. 
Continental Electric Company, assignee : See — 

Mcllvaine, Hubert A. 
Continental Gin Company, assignee : See- 
Benjamin. George W. 

Brooks, Eugene H. 
Continental Motors Corporation, assignee : See — 

Elleman, Tom, and Cloud. 

Ginn, Earl, and Cloud. 

Jackson, Thomas. 
Continental Oil Company, assignee : See — 

Athy, Lawrence F. 

Bell, Alexander H. 

Bennett, Edwin O. 

Jones, Harry R. 

Jones, William A. 

Liddell, James W.. and Shannon. 

Lincoln, Bert H., Byrkit, and Steiner. 

Zurcher, Paul. 
Continental Steel Corporation, assignee : See — 

Smith, Leander E. 
Contos, Harry A., assignee : See — 

Papas, Gus S. 
Control Corporation, assignee : See — 

Seymour, Charles E. 
Control Instrument Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Bower, John L. 

Bozeman, John W. 

Braun, Karl J. 

Brcwnscombe, Philip J. 

Feller. Anton M. 

Iterr, Donald L. 

Lang, Walter T. 

Lehde, Henry. 

Lehde, Henry, and Lang. 

Lomax, Malcomb V. 
Controlled Heat & Air Limited, assignee : See — 

McKeown, Charles G. 
Controls Laboratories, Inc., assignee : See — 

Gano, Joseph J., and Richardson. 
Converse, Sherman, Craniteville, S. C. Apparatus for dye- 
ing and treating cloth. 2,441,992, May 25. 



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Converse. Sherman, and H. A. Woodhead, Jr., Aiken, S. C. 
Apparatus for boiling out cloth. 2,441,991, May 25. 

Conveyor and Machinery Manufacturers, assignee : See — 
Herrmann, John G. 

Conway, Woodville B., Escondido, Calif. Automatic am- 
munition feed for firearms. 2,448,081, Aug. 31. 

Conyne, Richard F. : See — 

Kothrock, David A., Jr., and Conyne. 

Conzelman, John E., Jr., assignor to Solar Aircraft Com- 
pany, San Diego, Calif. Tube bender. 2,450,580, Oct. 5. 

Conzetti, Achille, assignor to the firm J. R. Geigy A. G., 
Basel, Switzerland, o :o'-dihydroxy azo dyestuffs and 
making same. 2,447,163, Aug. 17. 

Conzetti, Achille, assignor to J. R. Geigy A. G., Basel, 
Switzerland. Chromable monoazo dyes. 2,447,164, 
Aug. 17. 

Cook, Charles A., Oshkosh, Wis., assignor to Puller Manu- 
facturing Co., Kalamazoo, Mich. Combined auxiliary 
transmission and power take-off. 2,438,539, Mar. 30. 

Cook Electric Company, assignee : See — 
Clare, Carl P., and Weinreich. 
Hasselhorn, Walter C. 
Hasselhorn, Walter C, and Jaap. 

Cook, Elmer \V. : See — 

Dixon, James K., and Cook. 

Cook, Elmer W., New York, N. Y., and P. H. Moss, Green- 
wich, Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid Company, 
New York, N. Y. Aminodiphenyl sulfides. 2,434,396, 
Jan. 13. 

Cook, Elmer W., New York, N. Y., and W. D. Thomas, Jr., 
Stamford, Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Metal salts of acyl phenol mono- 
sulfides. 2,445,939, July 27. 

Cook, Frederick C. Pascagoula, Miss. Descaling and 
coating hot-rolled ferrous metal. 2,442,485, June 1. 

Cook, George W., Washington, D. C. Voltage regulator. 
2,440.246, Apr. 27. 

Cook, George W., Washington, D. C. Electronic high-volt- 
age regulator. 2,452,037, Oct. 26. 

Cook. John, Ridgewood, N. J. Unwinding device. 
2,451,662, Oct. 19. 

Cook, John B., assignpr to Reliable Electric Company, 
Chicago, 111. Strain insulator assembly. 2,441,309, 
May 11. 

Cook, Leonard W. : See — 

Johnson. Wilber M., and Cook. 

Cook, Leonard W., Stratford, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric blanket and control there- 
for. 2,446,810, Aug. 10. 

Cook, Lyman, assignor to The Foxboro Company. Foxboro, 
Mass. Mechanical linkage. 2,455,329, Nov. 30. 

Cook, Martin L., assignor to Union Special Machine Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Sewing machine. 2,448,774, Sept. 7. 

Cook, Nathan B., Syracuse, N. Y. Poppet valve assembling 
tool. 2.434,456, Jan. 13. 

Cook, Richard R., assignee : See — 
Wilson, Ray. 

Cook, Stanley S., and L. M. Douglas, assignors to The 
Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Company Limited, 
Wallsend-on-Tyne, England. Grinding or polishing of 
gears or other work. 2,443,227, June 15. 

Cook, Willard G., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Rotary am- 
plifier. 2,451.921, Oct. 19. 

Cook, William H., Toledo, Ohio. Ratio control comprising 
a chamber for a first liquid passing therethrough and a 
member therein having a port for feeding a second liquid 
Into the first liquid. 2,441,259, May 11. 

Cooke, Ernest A., assignor to Taylor, Taylor & Hobson 
Limited, Leicester, Engird. Bore gauge. 2,439,595, 
Apr. 13. 

Cooke, Ernest A., ass J ,;i.or to Taylor, Taylor & Hobson 

Limited, Leiceste" ' England. Copying machine. 

2,441,549, May 11. r' 
Cooke, Ernest A., - signor to Taylor, Taylor & Hobson 

Limited, Leiceste England. Copying machine with op- 
tical system. 2, ' ^6,575, Aug. 10. 
Cooke & Ferguson Limited, assignee : See — 

Buttrey, Ronald N. 
Cooke. Giles G., assignor to Crown Cork & Seal Company, 

Inc.. Baltimore. Md. Closure. 2,444,978. July 13. 
Cooke, Grady C, Winston-Salem, N. C. Rotary gas engine 

of the reaction type. 2,439,717, Apr. 13. 
Cooke, Grady C, Winston-Salem, N. C. Variable-speed 

transmission. 2,454,991, Nov. 30. 
Cooke, Henry H., Elizabeth, and J. B. Holtzclaw, Roselle, 

N. J., assignors to Stanco Incorporated. Incendiary 

bomb mixture. 2,445,311, July 20. 
Cooke, Henry H., Elizabeth, and J. B. Holtzclaw, Roselle, 

N J., assignors to Stanco Incorporated. Incendiary 

bomb mixture. 2,445,312, July 20. 
Cooke, Maurice D. : See — 

Staudinger, Hanns P., and Cooke. 
Cooke. Theodore C, Swampscott, Mass. Drop hammer. 

2,449.454, Sept. 14. 
Cooke, William A., assignee : See — 

Afleck, Theodore H. 
Cooke, William H., Liverpool, and J. C. Smart, Wldnes, 

England, assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries 
. Limited. Separating benzene hexachloride isomers. 

2,438,900, Apr. 6. 



Cooke, William T., Pelham Manor, and H. H. Willis, Pel- 
ham, assignors to The Sperry Corporation, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Shock mounted and stabilized range finder. 
2,446,529, Aug. 10. 

Cooklin, Leonard, and T. R. Hollis, assignors to Charles 
Twigg & Company Limited, Birmingham, England. 
Collapsible carriage. 2,437,380, Mar. 9. 

Cookman, Helen C, assignor to M. E. Cookman, New York, 
N. Y. Tie. 2,447,843, Aug. 24. 

Cookman, Mary E., assignee : See — 
Cooknwin, Helen C. 

Coolerator Company, The, assignee : See — 
Esbjornson, Per H. 

Cooley, Austin G., New York, N. Y., assignor to Times 
Facsimile Corporation. Support for electrooptical ap- 
paratus. 2,437,848, Mar. 16. 

Cooley, Austin G., New York, N. Y., assignor to Times 
Facsimile Corporation. Compensating for fading effects 
in a fascimile system. 2,446,635, Aug. 10. 

Cooley, Burnell, San Francisco, Calif. Interlocking mosaic. 
2,454,307, Nov. 23. 

Cooley, Perry E., assignor to Thompson Products, Inc., 
Cleveland, Ohio. Making valves. 2,455,299, Nov. 30. 

Coombs, Robert E., and R. C. Hale, United States Coast 
Guard. Life jacket. 2,453,700, Nov. 16. 

Coon, Grant W. : See — ■ 

Mages, Morris L., and Coon. 

Coon, Grant W., assignor to Magnaflux Corporation, Chi- 
cago, 111. Method and means for detecting flaws in mag- 
netizable objects. 2,447,899, Aug. 24. 

Coon, W. B., Company, assignee : See — 
Knowles, Richard E. 

Cooney, John R., Waldoboro, Maine. Electrical circuits. 
2,456,050, Dec. 14. 

Coons, Curtis C, assignor to The Hoover Company, North 
Canton, Ohio. Continuous absorption refrigerating sys- 
tem. Re. 23,032, Aug. 31. 

Coons, Curtis C, assignor to The Hoover Company, North 
Canton, Ohio. Absorption type portable air condition- 
ing unit. 2,444,694, July 6. 

Coons, Curtis C, assignor to The Hoover Company, North 
Canton, Ohio. Refrigeration. 2,446,636, Aug. 10. 

Coons, Curtis C, assignor to The Hoover Company, North 
Canton, Ohio. Absorption refrigerating system. 
2,452,635. Nov. 2. 

Coons, William H., Lomita, Calif. Well washer and tester. 
2,449,642, Sept. 21. 

Cooper, Alfred : See — 

Staudinger, Hanns P., Kelly, and Cooper. 

Cooper, Alfred, assignor to Expanded Rubber Company 
Limited, Croydon, England. Production of expanded 
plastic materials. 2,447,055, Aug. 17. 

Cooper, Alfred, assignor to Expanded Rubber Company 
Limited, Croydon, England. Manufacture of expanded 
thermoplastic materials. 2,447,056, Aug. 17. 

Cooper. Arthur H. : See — - 

Agate, Charlton S., and Cooper. 

Cooper, Basil P. : See — 

Mellerio, Lucien P., and Cooper. 

Cooper, Benjamin, Jersey City, N. J. Adding machine. 
2,436,790, Mar. 2. 

Cooper, Benjamin, Scotia, and C. D. Cillle\ Schenectady, 
N. Y., assignors to General Electric Company. Inter- 
mittent power control with end period meter. 2,440,932, 
May 4. 

Cooper, Charles A. : See — 

Hill, Maurice G., and Cooper. 

Cooper, Charles W., Kenmore, N. Y., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company. Wilmington, Del. Non- 
tacky synthetic film. 2,456,387, Dec. 14. 

Cooper, David M.. Huddersfield, England. Pile fabric. 
2,452,104, Oct. 26. 

Cooper, Earl H„ Chicago, 111. Insulated flexible support 
for thermally conditioned tools. 2,436,552, Feb. 24. 

Cooper, Eli G., Great Barrington, Mass., assignor to the 
United States of America, as represented by the Secre- 
tary of War. Cheek pad for firearms. 2,451,473. Oct. 
19. 

Cooper, Howell C, Sewickley, Pa. Storage means for 
liquefied gas. 2,437,909. Mar. 16. 

Cooper, Howell C, Sewickley, Pa. Liquefied gas extractor. 
2,440,738, May 4. 

Cooper, Howell C, Sewickley, Pa. Cascade refrigeration 
unit with controls therefor. 2,456,386, Dec. 14. 

Cooper, James B., and A. B. Jepson, Seattle, Wash., as- 
signors to Boeing Airplane Company. Pressure cabin 
control. 2.450,881, Oct. 12. 

Cooper, Joseph H., assignor to The Taylor-Winfleld Corpo- 
ration, Warren. Ohio. Platen drive for flash butt 
welders. 2,435,494, Feb. 3. 

Cooper, Julius L., Forest Hills, and P. A. Heist, Elmhurst, 
assignors to Bendix Aviation Corporation, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. Synchronous electric signaling system. 2,442,997, 
June 8. 

Cooper, Kenneth C, Portland, assignor to United Aircraft 
Corporation, East Hartford, Conn. Starting system for 
free-piston units. 2,439,453, Apr. 13. 

Cooper, Kenneth C, Portland, assignor to United Aircraft 
Corporation, East Hartford, Conn. Accumulator start- 
ing valve. 2,441,186, May 11. 

Cooper, Kenneth C, Portland, assignor to United Aircraft 
Corporation, East Hartford. Conn. Starting system for 
free piston units. 2,453,495, Nov. 9. 



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Cooper, Leonard K., assignor to Nineteen Hundred Cor- 
poration, St. Joseph, Mich. Washing machine package. 
2,442,844, June 8. 

Cooper, Lonzo S., Piqua, assignor to General Motors Cor- 
poration, Dayton, Ohio. Refrigerating system having 
thermometer-receiving well at the evaporator inlet and 
outlet. 2,451,072, Oct. 12. 

Cooper, Lyle M., Rahway, N. J., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Pressure relief device. 
2,440,462, Apr. 27. 

Cooper, Morris, Chicago, 111. Collapsible swing. 2,443,786, 
June 22. 

Cooper Oven Thermometer Company, The, assignee : See — 
Whittier, Elmer S. 

Cooper, Virgil K., North Hollywood, Calif. Self-wringing 
mop. 2,434,397, Jan. 13. 

Cooper, William A., Loughborough, and E. Start, Wilford, 
England. Straight-bar knitting machine. 2,443,813, 
June 22. 

Cooper, William H., Atlanta, Ga. Hydraulic cylinder and 
packing holder. 2,456,623, Dec. 21. 

Cooperider, Noel L., assignor to Butler Manufacturing 
Company, Kansas City, Mo. Wet cleanout system for 
filters. 2,435,201, Feb. 3. 

Coote, Frank T., Evanston, 111. Head mirror device. 
2,442,750, June 8. 

Cooter, Irvin L. : See — 

Peters, Chauncey G., Harris, Emerson, Cooter, and 
Nefflen. 

Cootes, Harold E., Detroit, Mich., and H. R. Graybill, 
Manheim, assignors to Animal Trap Company of 
America, Lititz, Pa. Chemical gun trap. 2,448,418, 
Aug. 31. 

Cope, Arthur C, Belmont, Mass., assignor to Sharp & 
Dohme, Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Secondary 
alkyl (secondary) amino alcohol esters of aryl-substi- 
tuted aliphatic acids. 2,456,555, Dec. 14. 

Cope, Arthur C, Belmont, Mass., assignor to Sharp & 
Dohme, Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Secondary- 
alkyl( secondary) amino alcohol esters of para-dialkyl 
amino benzoic acid. 2,456,556, Dec. 14. 

Cope, Arthur C, Englewood, N. J., assignor to Sharp & 
Dohme, Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Benzoic acid 
esters of secondary alkylamino propanols. 2,442,721, 
June 1. 

Cope, Arthur C, Englewood, N. J., assignor to Sharp & 
Dohme, Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Para-amino 
benzoic acid esters. 2,442,797, June 8. 

Copeland, Brooks W.. Prescott, Ariz. Automatic shutoff 
valve. 2,450.938, Oct. 12. 

Copeland, Frank B., assignor to The Joyce-Cridland Com- 
pany, Dayton, Ohio. Adjustable fulcrum for lever mech- 
anisms. 2,436,916, Mar. 2. 

Copeland, Ralph L., Piedmont, Calif. Aileron-rudder tab 
linkage. 2,445,940, July 27. 

Copeland Refrigeration Corporation, assignee : See — 
Buschmann, Oskar H. 

Copeland, Shirley C, Mansfield, assignor of one-half to 
E. C. Porter, Dallas, Tex; Automatic throttle control. 
2,455,233, Nov. 30. 

Copelin, Harry B. : See — 

Cass, Oliver W., and Copelin. 

Copelin, Harry B., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Stabilization of furan. 2,436,764, Feb. 24. 

Copeman Laboratories Company, assignee: See — 
Jennings, Harley Y. 

Coplans, Myer, Hendon, London, England. Preparation 
of stable medicinal salts of acetylsalicylic acid. 
2,447,396, Aug. 17. 

•Copping, Bruce G., Atlanta, Ga., and E. S. Wegman, 
East Longmeadow, Mass., assignors to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Metering 
motor operated pump for dispensing beverages. 
2,440,365, Apr. 27. 

Coppock, Fred D., assignor to American Aggregates Cor- 
poration, Greenville, Ohio. Tarpaulin sewing machine. 
2,444,335, June 29. 

Coppock, Kenneth E., Pleasant Ridge, and G. A. Smith, as- 
signors to General Motors Corporation. Detroit, Mich. 
Front post and windshield construction. 2,456,175, 
Dec. 14. 

Copson, Ernest D., and R. J. Taylor, Claymont, assignors 
to American Viscose Corporation, Wilmington, Del. 
Method and apparatus for spinning artificial filamentous 
products. 2,457,350, Dec. 28. 

Cor, IMerre, Paris, France. Vibration fatigue testing 
method and machine. 2,450,939, Oct. 12. 

Corbett, Herbert A. : See — 

De Witt. William J., and Corbett. 

Corbett, Mitchell S., Oak Park, 111. Blade holder. 
2,453,198, Nov. 9. 

Corbett, Robert L., Lakewood, Ohio. Club head retaining 
means for golf club bags. 2,436,687, Feb. 24. 

Corbett, Robert L., Lakewood, Ohio. Assembly features of 
golf club bags. 2,436,688, Feb. 24. 

Corbln, Douglas II. , Dunstable, England, assignor to Gen- 
eral Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Spark plug 
manufacture. 2,446,908, Aug. 10. 

Corcoran, James L., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Man- 
ning, Maxwell & Moore, Incorporated; New York, N. Y. 
Spring loaded safety valve. 2,443,851, June 22. 



Corcoran, James P., West Los Angeles, assignor to 
Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Stroboscopic light valve checking ma- 
chine. 2,437,419, Mar. 9. 
Cordier, David E., assignor to Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass 
Company, Toledo, Ohio. Urea-formaldehyde composi- 
tion. 2,446,867, Aug. 10. 
Cordis, Nat, Bassett, Wis. Electrical connection. 2,433,892, 

Jan. 6. 
Cordis, Nat, Bassett, Wis. Silo discharger. 2,445,056, 

July 13. 
Cordrey, Hancil : See — 

Duvall, Walter J., and Cordrey. 
Cordwares Company, Inc., The, assignee : See — 

Marti, Joaquin M. 
Corey, Flournoy, assignee : See — 

Drews, Harry E. 
Corey, James J., Jackson Heights, N. Y. Compressor. 

2,436,854, Mar. 2. 
Corey, Lorin A., Cleveland Heights, and T. S. Mayner, 
Willoughby Township, Lake County, assignors to In- 
dustrial Rayon Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. Thread 
drying apparatus. 2,456,925, Dec. 21. 
Corhart Refractories Company, assignee : See — 

Field, Theodore E. 
Cork, Edward C. : See — 

Holman, Herbert E., and Cork. 
Cork, Edward C, Ealing, London, assignor to Electric & 
Musical Industries, Limited, Hayes, Middlesex, England. 
Flexible wave give for ultra high frequency energy. 
2,436,421, Feb. 24. 
Cork, Edward C, and M. Bowman-Manifold, Ealing, Lon- 
don, F. H. Gale, Hillingdon, and R. Blythen, Norwood 
Green, assignors to Electric & Musical Industries Lim- 
ited, Hayes, England. Circuit arrangement for mixing 
oscillations. 2,455,657, Dec. 7. 
Cork, Edward C, Ealing, London, and A. D. Blumlein, 
deceased ; by D. Blumlein, executrix, Lescudjack, 
Penzance, assignors to Electric & Musical Industries 
Limited, Hayes, Middlesex, England. High-frequency 
impedance bridge. 2,456,679, Dec. 21. 
Corkery, Frank W., Crafton, assignor to Pennsylvania 
Industrial Chemical Corporation, Clairton, Pa. Syn- 
thetic rubber reclaimed with a reclaiming oil composed 
of solvent naphtha and an aromatic hydrocarbon oil. 
2,449,879, Sept. 21. 
Corkery, Frank W., Crafton, assignor to Pennsylvania 
Industrial Chemical Corporation, Clairton, Pa. Syn- 
thetic rubber plasticized with a composition composed 
essentially of an aromatic hydrocarbon oil. 2,449,928, 
Sept. 21. 
Corkery, Frank W., Crafton, assignor to Pennsylvania 
Industrial Chemical Corporation, Clairton, Pa. Elas- 
tomer plasticizing composition composed of coumarone 
resin and an aromatic hydrocarbon oil. 2,449,929, Sept. 
21. 
Corley, Ernest L., Charleston, S. C. Sleeve holding device. 

2,447,491, Aug. 24. 
Corliss, John L., executor : See — 

Colvin, Charles M. 
Cornell, Hampton G. : See — 

Dawson, Oliver H, and Cornell. 
Cornelius, Frank H., assignor to Armstrong Cork Com- 
pany. Lancaster, Pa. Moisture control device. 
2,437,680, Mar. 16. 
Cornelius, James R., Coventry, England. Operation and 
control of change-speed mechanism. 2,443,228, June 15. 
Cornelius, Richard T., Minneapolis, Minn. Motor-driven 

compressor. 2.450,468, Oct. 5. 
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., assignee : See — 

Levine, Max M. 
Cornell-Dubilier Electric Corpora. ton, assignee: See — 

Dubilier. William. 
Cornell, Elton S., Charlestown, N. N „ assignor to Bryant 
Chucking Grinder Company, Springfield, Vt. Work 
gauge. 2.449.842. Sept. 21. 
Cornell Research Foundation, Inc., assignee : See — 

Steward, Colby W., and Rivenburgh. 
Cornell, Robert C, Jackson, assignor to The Dow Chemical 
Company, Midland, Mich. Heat-treating magncsium- 
allov die castings. 2,449,768, Sept. 21. 
Cornett, Richard O., Cambridge, Mass. Null-type differ- 
ential micromanometer. 2,434,837, Jan. 20. 
Corning Glass Works, assignee : See — 
Armistead, William H. 
Daudt, William H. 
Hicks, John F. G., and Henkel. 
Hood, Harrison P. 
Hyde, James F. 
Hyde, James F., and Daudt. 
Hyde, James F., and Johannson. 
Johannson, Oscar K. 
M:i (toon, Deo R. 
McGregor. Rob R., and Warrick. 
Sheldon, John L. 
Speier, John L. 
Corn Products Refining Company, assignee : See — 
Kerr. Ralph W. and Schink. 
Leuck. Gerald J. 
Cornthwaite. William R., Wilmington, Del., and A. A. 
Elston, Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignors to E. I. d'j Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Preparation 
of peracid solutions. 2,448,252, Aug. 31. 



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Cornwall, Leo W." San Diego, Calif. Spot weld tip with 

replaceable insert. 2,440,463, Apr. 27. 
Cornwell, Lionel B., New Canaan, Conn. Electrical sound 
translating device. 2,444,336, June 29. 

Cornwell, Lionel B., New Canaan, Conn. Magnetic sound 

translating head-. 2,456,388, Dec. 14. 
Cornwell, Ralph T. K., and D. S. Porter, Fredericksburg, 
Va., assignors, by mesne assignments, to American Vis- 
cose Corporation, Wilmington, Del. The clarification 
of fermented liquors. 2,437,939, Mar. 16. 

Coronet Phosphate Company, assignee : See — 
Alaust, Ernest J. 

Coroniti, Samuel C, Johnson City, assignor to General 
Aniline & Film Corporation. New York, N. Y. Power 
control system. 2,444,153, June 29. 

Corporon, Richard P. : See — 

Lappin, Lester S.. and Corporon. 

Corrao, Beatrice M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Baby bottle holder. 
2.451,718. Oct. 19. 

Correa, Alpoim, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Floor paste was 
spreader. 2,438,843, Mar. 30. 

Corrington, Murlan S., Camden, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Locked-in oscillator circuits. 
2,440,653, Apr. 27. 

Corse, Joseph W. : See — 

Behrens, Otto K., and Corse. 
Behrens, Otto K., Jones, and Corse. 
Summers. William B., and Corse. 

Corson, Ben B., and R. S. Detrick, assignors to Koppers 
Company, Inc., Pittsburgh, Pa. Crude anthracene sep- 
aration. 2,438,148, Mar. 23. 

Corson, Ben B., and G. A. Webb, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignors, 
by mesne assignments, to Koppers Company, Inc. 
Dehydrogenating hydrocarbons using as catalyst cal- 
cium oxide on calcium carbonate. 2,444,035, June 29. 

Corson, G. and W. H., Inc., assignee : See — 
Minnick, Leonard J. 

Corson, Michael G., New York, N. Y., assignor to The 
Linde Air Products Company. Refining copper and its 
alloys. 2.452.996. Nov. 2. 

Corte. Joseph P. D. : See — 

Penfold, Hilliard F., and Corte. 

Cortes. Edmundo, New York, N. Y. Hygienic dustpan. 
2,454,430, Nov. 23. 

Cortese, Ralph, East Orange, N. J. Electrode. 2,441,260, 
May 11. 

Cortland Line Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Hoyle, Egbert P. 

Corwin, Alsoph BT., Baltimore, Md., G. R. Jackson, Holly- 
wood, Fla., and J. L. A. Webb, Baltimore, Md., assignors 
to Research Corporation, New York, N. Y. Antidote 
for heavy metal poisoning. 2,441,396, May 11. 

Corwin, Harry L.. Los Angeles,. Calif. Fog nozzle. 
2,441,565, May 18. 

Corwin, R. A., & Son, assignee : See — 
Corwin, Richard F. 

Corwin, Richard F.. assignor to R. A. Corwin & Son, East 
Hampton, N. Y. Filter for sediment traps. 2,453,895, 
Nov. 16. 

Cosby, John N., Morristown, N. J., assignor to Allied 
Chemical & Dye Corporation, New York, N. Y. Benzo- 
nitrile production from benzene or diphenyl and HCN. 
2,449,643, Sept. 21. 

Cosentino, Joseph M., Baltimore, Md. Shock absorbing 
system for vehicles. 2,452,105, Oct. 26. 

Cosman, Cornelius M. : See — 

Ramseyer, Charles F., and Cosman. 

Cosmetto, Aristodeme J., New York, N. Y. Mercury vapor 
lamp. 2,445,313, July 20. 

Cosper, Dale L., Auburn, assignor to The Srudebaker 
Corporation, South Bend. Ind. Motor vehicle door 
frame construction. 2,443,676, June 22. 

Coss, George R. : See — 

Hahn, Paul T., and Coss. 

Coss. Harold T., Plainfield, and E. R. Powell, North Plain- 
field, N. J., assignors to Johns-Manville Corporation, 
New York. N. Y. Apparatus for forming mineral wool 
mats. 2,450,916, Oct. 12. 

Cossey, Frank : See — 

Marks, Graham W., Cossey, and Mills. 

Cossor, A. C, Limited, assignee : See — 
Bedford, Leslie H., Bell, and Langham. 
Davie, Owen H. 
Jofeh, Lionel. 

Costa, Mannie F., Syracuse, assignor to T. N. Benedict 
Mfg. Co., East Syracuse, N. Y. Ice-cream dipper. 
2.448.863. Sept. 7. 

Costa, Philip J., Franklin Square, N. Y., assignor to The 
Sperry Corporation. Detonation suppression system. 
2,450.882. Oct. 12. 

Costakos, Theodore M., Minneapolis, Minn. Measuring 
valve. 2.457,531, Dec. 28. 

Costello, Frank E., Philadelphia, Pa. Bullet loosening 
improvements in cartridge disassembling machines. 
2.449.059. Sept. 14. 

Costello, Thomas W., Everett, Wash. Can opener. 
2,447.165, Aug. 17. 

Costelow, John F., Kansas City, Mo. Insulation cutter. 
2,452,734, Nov. 2. 

Cosulich. Donna B., Bound Brook, N. J., assignor to 
American Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Prep- 
aration of pterins. 2.444.005. June 22. 

Cotchefer, Gordon H., Long Beach, Calif. Radio antenna. 
2,452,106, Oct. 26. 



Cotchett, Louis M., Hingham, assignor to Saco-Lowell 
Shop, Boston, Mass. Creel structure for spinning and 
roving frames. 2,441,110, May 4. 
Cotes, Mervin F., East Lansing, assignor to Motor Wheel 
Corporation, Lansing, Mich. Window for cooking range 
oven doors. 2,438,270, Mar. 23. 
Cottingham, Howard L., Racine, Wis. Flexible wheel 

drive. 2,456,865, Dec. 21. 
Cotton, Robert B., Lansdowne, Pa., assignor to All Ameri- 
can Aviation, Inc., Wilmington, Del. Aircraft barrier. 
2,440,574, Apr. 27. 
Cotton, Robert B., Lansdowne, Pa., assignor to All Amer- 
ican Aviation, Inc. Aircraft barrier. 2,450,328, Sept. 
28. 

Cotton, Robert B., Lansdowne, Pa., R. J. Ryan, United 
States Marines, and J. J. Domoj, United States Navy. 
Release coupling. 2,444,919, July 13. 
Cotton, William, Limited, assignee : See — 
Barber, Howard M. 
Lynam, John E., and McCarthy. 
Wilders, George, and Lynam. 
Cottrell, C. B., & Sons Company, assignee : See — 

Luehrs, Hans J. 
Cottrell, Robert B., Chicago, assignor to American Steel 
Foundries, Chicago, 111. Car truck. 2.434.838, Jan. 20. 

Cottrell, Robert B., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, HI. Friction absorbing device. 2,444,337, 
June 29. 

Cottrell, Robert B., and W. A. Helsten, assignors to Amer- 
ican Steel Foundries, Chicago, 111. Brake arrangement 
for railway disc brakes. 2,438,473, Mar. 23. 

Couch, Glenn F., assignor to The Symington-Gould Corpo- 
ration, Rochester, N. Y. Friction damped railway truck. 
2,435,385, Feb. 3. 

Couch, James F., Glenside, and C. F. Krewson, Erden- 
heim, Pa., assignors to the United States of America, as 
represented by the Secretary of Agriculture. Removing 
fats from rutin extracts. 2,453,305, Nov. 9. 

Couch, James F., and C. F. Krewson, Glenside. Pa., as- 
signors to the United States of America as represented 
by the Secretary of Agriculture. Converting nico- 
tinonitrile into nicotinamide. 2,453,496, Nov. 9. 

Couch, Robert D., and E. C. Potter, Chicago, and E. A. 
Throckmorton, Dundee ; said Potter and said Throck- 
morton assignors to Container Corporation of America, 
Chicago, 111. Dispensing carton. 2,436,553, Feb. 24. 

Coulson, Silas, Jackson Heights, N. Y. Electroplating cyl- 
inders. 2,435.872, Feb. 10. 

Coulson, Walter, assignor to Ex-Cell-0 Corporation, De- 
troit, Mich. Retractable boring tool assembly. 2,438,741, 
Mar. 30. 

Coulson, Walter, Detroit, Mich. Chuck. 2,448,579, 
Sept. 7. 

Coulter, Alexander : See — 

Wiesner, Frank W.. and Coulter. 

Coulter, Andrew F., Wilkinsburg, assignor to F. Schaefer, 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Adjustable dead lever guide. 2,448,419, 
Aug. 31. 

Coulter. Guy H, assignor to United Lens Corporation, 
Detroit. Mich. Direction signaling system for automatic 
vehicles. 2,453,702, Nov. 16. 

Coulthard, William, Scotby, near Carlisle, England. Die 
casting machine. 2,449,280, Sept. 14. 

Counterman, Lewis B., Kenvil, N. J., assignor to Hercules 
Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. Explosive cartridge. 
2,441,397. May 11. 

Court, Frank T., assignor to Deere & Company, Moline, HI. 
Furrow guided automatic steering attachment for trac- 
tors. 2,443.302, June 15. 

Court, Frank T., assignor to Deere & Company, Moline, 
m. Change gear transmission. 2,446.263, Aug. 3. 

Court, Frank T., assignor to Deere & Company, Moiine, 111. 
Hydraulic mechanism, especially plural cylinder system 
and control therefor. 2,450,270, Sept. 28. 

Courtaulds, Limited, assignee : See — 
MacGregor, James H. 

Courtemanche, Edward O., Roseville, assignor to Briggs 
Manufacturing Company, Detroit, Mich. Control unit 
for welders. 2,434.350, Jan. 13. 

Courtemanche, Edward O.. Roseville, assignor to Briggs 
Manufacturing Company, Detroit, Mich. Welding de- 
vice. 2,434,351, Jan. 13. 

Courter, Donald H. : See — 

White, Walter T.. and Courter. 

Courtier, Armand : See — 

Guinot, Henri M. and Courtier. 

Courtnev. Edward J., Oaklvn, N. J. Pressure gauge. 
2,447,739, Aug. 24. 

Courtney,- Joseph F., Chicago, 111. Illuminated safety 
switch. 2,434,065, Jan. 6. 

Courtright, John L. : See — 

Klein, Harold L., and Courtright. 

Couse, Kibbey W., Newark, N. J. Shifting mechanism for 
power transmission apparatus. 2.434.791. Jan. 20. 

Couse, Kibbey W., Newark, N. J. Combination pry-and- 
boom structure. 2,446,410, Aug. 3. 

Couse, Kibbey W., Newark, N. J. Aircraft service power 
truck. 2,448,172, Aug. 31. 

Couse, Kibbev W., Newark, N. J. Protective packing 
means. 2.449.591, Sept. 21. 

Cousino, Walter P., Detroit, assignor to Chrysler Corpora- 
tion, Highland Park, Mich. Pressure intensifler. 
2,452.292, Oct. 26. 



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Cousino, Walter P., Detroit, assignor to Chrysler Corpora- 
tion, Highland Park, Mich. Holding apparatus with 
piston through which pressure fluid is passed. 2,453,785, 
Nov. 16. 

Cousins, Edward, assignor to Wingfoot Corporation, 
Akron, Ohio. Stabilization of vinyl resins. 2,446,976, 
Aug. 10. 

Coutchure, Wencel L., and J. H. Rollins, assignors to 
E. H. Young, trustee, Toledo, Ohio. Rotary tiller tooth 
and mounting. 2,443,096, June 8. 

Couty, Norman M., Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Flex-O-Tube Company, Chicago, 111. 
Swivel connection. 2,450,581, Oct. 5. 

Covent, Barnett, assignee, et al. : See — 
Keith, Glenn. 

Covent, Barnett B., assignee : See — - 
Keith, Glenn. 

Coventry Gauge & Tool Company Limited, assignee : See — 
Wainwright, John E. 

Cover, Walter C. : See — 

Truax, Thomas H., and Cover. 

Cowan, Prank V., Chicago, 111. Hollow article and method 
of making same. 2,448,173, Aug. 31. 

•Cowan, Irma M., Chicago, 111. Collapsible hanging gar- 
ment container. 2,440,192, Apr. 20. 

Cowan, John C. : See — 

Teeter, Howard M., and Cowan. 

Cowan, John C, L. B. Palkenburg, and H. M. Teeter, 
Peoria, and P. S. Skell, Urbana, 111., assignors to the 
United States of America as represented by the Secre- 
tary of Agriculture. Polyamides from polymeric fat 
acids. 2.450,940, Oct. 12. 

Coward, William J., Lakeland, Pla. Rectal spray 
depurator. 2,452,997, Nov. 2. 

Cowgill, Elspeth H., assignee, et al. : See — 
Hill, Irving, and Nelson. 

Cowgill, Harry B., Jr., Rockville Centre, N. Y. Glider 
pickup apparatus. 2,433,893, Jan. 6. 

Cowherd, Robert D., Atlanta, Ga., assignor to The Bristol 
Company, Waterbury, Conn. Control apparatus. 
2,451,073, Oct. 12. 

Cowles, Irving, Chicago, III. Detachable hose coupling. 
2,452,908. Nov. 2. 

Cox, Andrew J., Falls Mills, assignor of one-half to Renick 
J. Cox. Bluefield, Va. Coal drill and chuck. 2,451,922, 
Oct. 19. 

Cox, Arthur, assignor to Taylor, Taylor & Hobson 
Limited, Leicester, England. Optical objective. 
2,437,505, Mar. 9. 

Cox, Arthur, assignor to Taylor, Taylor & Hobson Limited, 
Leicester, England. Modified optical objective having a 
simple divergent component air spaced between two 
compound convergent components. 2,449,769, Sept. 21. 

Cox, Arthur, assignor to Taylor, Taylor & Hobson Limited, 
Leicester, England. Three component telephoto type 
optical objective. 2,452,909, Nov. 2. 

Cox, Edward H., Swarthmore, and J. M. Sprague, Drexel 
Hill, assignors to Sharp & Dohme, Incorporated, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Sulfonamido-S-substituted isothioureas. 
2,441,566, May 18. 

Cox, Everett E., Los Angeles, Calif. Device for holding 
food during storage, cooking, and slicing. 2,442,557, 
June 1. 

Cox, Fred W., Cuyahoga Falls, and J. M. Wallace, Jr., 
assignors to Wingfoot Corporation, Akron, Ohio. Color 
stabilization of vinyl halide resins. 2,438,102, Mar. 16. 

Cox, George W. : See — 

Welsh. Robert J., and Cox. 

Cox, Herbprt F., Jr. : See — ■ 

Nordquist, Ronald E. J., and Cox. 

Cox, Irvin W., West Allis, and L. D. Drugmand, assignors 
to Cutler-Hammer, Inc., Milwaukee, Wis. Power tube. 
2,445,564. July 20. 

Cox, James L., Ramsey, assignor to Duro-Test Corpora- 
tion. North Bergen, N. J. Light source. 2,449,880, 
Sept. 21. 

Cox, John W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Shellmar 
Products Corporation, Chicago, 111. Molded pulp carton. 
2,446,264. Aug. 3. 

Cox, John W., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Shellmar 
Products Corporation, Chicago, 111. Cellular carton. 
2,455,295, Nov. 30. 

Cox, Joseph II., Forest Hills, assignor to Westinghouse 
Klrctric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Excitation 
control system for vapor electric devices. 2,447,638, 
Aug. 24. 

Cox, Joseph H., Pittsburgh, A. P. Colaiaco, Wilkinsburg, 
and H. A. Rose, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignors, by mesne 
assignments, (o the United States of America, as repre- 
sented by the United States Atomic Energy Commission. 
Pump. 2,437,849, Mar. 16. 

Cox, Parker G., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Bendix Avia- 
liii Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Edge filter. 
2,447,797, Aug. 24. 

Cox, Parker G., and H. A. Hansen, Detroit, Mich., assign- 
ors to Bendix Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. 
Sediment trap for filter provided with magnetic means. 
2,437,221, Mar. 2. 

Cox, Ralph 10., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. High-frequency Induction heating 
apparatus. 2,454 039, Nov. 16. 

Cox, Renick J., assignee : See — 
Cox, Andrew J. 



Cox, Richard A., Gainesville, and L. D. Hartsfield, Lake 
City, Fla. Bottle holder. 2,451,923, Oct. 19. 

Cox, Richard F. B., assignor to Hercules Powder Company. 
Wilmington, Del. Cellulose ether composition. 
2,454,273. Nov. 23. 

Cox, Richard F. B., assignor to Hercules Powder Company. 
Wilmington, Del. Purifying a resinous lactone. 
2,454,376, Nov. 23. 

Coxe, Charles D., Bridgeport, Conn. Oriented polymeric 
sheath. 2,438,901, Apr. 6. 

Coxey, Edward J., Little Falls, N. J., assignor to Federal 
Telephone and Radio Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Oscillator modulator. 2,441,955, May 25. 

Coxhead, Charles B., New York, N. Y. Iron with folding 
handle. 2,434,310, Jan. 13. 

Coyle, John, Baltimore, Md., assignor to Continental Can 
Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Easy opening metal 
container. 2,444,591, July 6. 

Coyle, John, Baltimore, Md., assignor to Continental Can 
Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Hand sealer for con- 
tainers. 2,455,045, Nov. 30. 

Coyle, John, Baltimore, Md., assignor to Continental Can 
Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Attaching metal clo- 
sures to containers. 2,455,737, Dec. 7. 

Coyle, John, Baltimore, Md., and J. F. Egenolf, assignors 
to Continental Can Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Collar can collar structure. 2,452,839, Nov. 2. 

Coyle. Lyof M.. Babakin, Western Australia, Australia. 
Spring type toolholder. 2.450.582. Oct. 5. 

Crabtree, Ernest, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Spot welder 
tip. 2,442,798, June 8. 

Crabtree, Ernest, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Adapter for 
spot welding machines. 2.449.455, Sept. 14. 

Crabtree, J. A., & Co., Ltd., assignee : See — - 
Hill, Walter E., and Wintle. 

Crabtree, Leonard F., Oak Park, 111., assignor to Auto- 
matic Electric Laboratories, Inc. Vote indicating sys- 
tem. 2,439,041. Apr. 6. 

Craft, Russell R., Boise, Idaho. Quick demountable wheel. 
2,442,197, May 25. 

Craft, William S. : See — 

Given, Richard A., and Craft. 

Crafton, Henry H., Baden, assignor to H. H. Robertson 
Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Fastener inserting tool. 
2,435,738, Feb. 10. 

Crafts, Curtis S., Oak Park, assignor to The Goss Printing 
Press Company, Chicago, 111. Rotary printing press. 
2.439,454, Apr. 13. 

Craig, Alfred B. : See — 

Gluesenkamp, Earl W., and Craig. 
Mowry, David T., and Craig. 

Craig, Burnie J., Los Angeles County, Calif. Vehicle 
compartment hood and fender. 2,447,397, Aug. 17. 

Craig, Burnie J.. Los Angeles County, Calif. Coincidental 
vehicle door locking system. 2,450,372, Sept. 28. 

Craig, David N. : See — 

Schrodt, John P., Craig, and Vinal. 

Craig, Edward C, U. S. Navy. Streamlined conductor 
cable. 2,435,956, Feb. 17. 

.Craic Edward C, United States Navy. Dual tube pneu- 
matic life preserver belt. 2,451,474. Oct. 19. 

Craig, Edward C, and L. A. Straits, United States Navy. 
Dual tube pneumatic life preserver belt. 2,451,475, 
Oct. 19. 

Craig, Frank S., Chili, assignor to General Railway Signal 
Company, Rochester, N. Y. Mounting covers on mecha- 
nism cases. 2,434,241, Jan. 13. 

Craig, George D., II, Flushing, N. Y. Electromagnetic 
circuit. 2.454,634, Nov. 23. 

Craig, Harold L„ Hampton, Iowa. Fence post. 2,452,840, 
Nov. 2. 

Craig, John W. : See — 

Money, Roland H., and Craig. 

Craig, Kenneth A., and R. J. Auchter, Appleton, assignors 
to Paper Patents Company, Neenah, Wis. Panel facing. 
2,448,357, Aug. 31. 

Craig, Palmer H., Gainesville, Fla., assignor to Invex 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Electronic tube and con- 
trol therefor. 2,435,202, Feb. 3. 

Craig, Palmer H., Gainesville, Fla., assignor to Invex, Inc. 
Television system. 2,444.221, June 29. 

Craig, Palmer H., Gainesville, Fla., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Invex Inc. Oxygen enrichment system 
for gas engine. 2,444,222, June 29. 

Craig, Ralph P., Los Angeles, and J. W. Norgauer, Holly- 
wood. Calif. Bottle capper. 2,449,161, Sept. 14. 

Craig. W. E. : See — 

Hester, William F., and Craig. 

Crake, Wilfred S., Houston, Tex., assignor to Shell De- 
velopment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Filter 
heater. 2,446.126, July 27. 

Crake, Wilfred S., Houston, Tex., assignor to Shell Develop- 
ment Company. San Francisco, Calif. Drilling control 
system. 2,455.917, Dec. 14. 

Crall, Irma, administratrix: See — - 
Crall, William R. 

Crall, William R., deceased, Pampa, Tex. ; I. Crall, admin- 
istratrix. Antiparaffin sucker rod. 2,453,199, Nov. 9. 

Cram, Hervey G., Appleton, assignor to Manitowoc Ship- 
building Company, Manitowoc, Wis. Stock consistency 
responsive device. 2,442,888, June 8. 
Cram, Stanford W., Flushing, N. Y., assignor to Sylvania 
Electric Products Inc., Salem, Mass. Electric discharge 
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Cram, Wm. C, Jr., assignee, et al. : See — 

Britton, Charles A. 
Cramer, Leonard F., Wayne, assignor to Allen B. Du Mont 
Laboratories, Inc., Passaic, N. J. Cabinet for television 
receivers. 2,446,214, Aug. 3. 
Cramer, R. W., Company, Incorporated, assignee : See 

Schellens, Eugene L. 
Cramer, Richard D. : See — 

Barrick, Paul L., and Cramer. 
Cramer, Richard D., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Monomeric addition prod- 
ducts of azobisformates and polyfluoroethylenes. 
2,456,176, Dec. 14. 
Cramer, Richard R., Dayton, Ohio. Adjustable stool. 

2,446,127, July 27. 
Cramer, Roy A., H. W., and R. A. Jr., Kansas City, Mo 

Pivoted spring back rest. 2,437,940, Mar. 16. 
Cramer, Roy A., Jr. : See — 

Cramer, Roy A., H. W., and R. A., Jr. 
Cramer, William F., Jr., assignor to The Dole Valve 
Company, Chicago, 111. Drink dispenser. 2,454,595, 
Nov. 23. 
Crammer, George H., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Elec- 
trolux Corporation, New York, N. Y. Reverse flow 
cleaner. 2,444,809, July 6. 
Crampton, Basil R., assignor by mesne assignments, to 
Crampton Manufacturing Company, Grand Rapids, 
Mich. Double-action flush valve lever. 2,454,431, Nov. 
23. 
Crampton, Donald K., Marion, and P. E. Petersen and 
M. L. Wood, assignors to Chase Brass & Copper Co., 
Incorporated, Waterbury, Conn. Melting brass chips. 
2,446,637, Aug. 10. 
Crampton, George S., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to the United States of America, 
as represented by the Atomic Energy Commission. In- 
spection periscope. 2,437,458, Mar. 9. 
Crampton Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 

Crampton, Basil R. 
Crandall, Bee C, Memphis, Tenn. Venturi ring machine. 

2,449,881, Sept. 21. 
Crandall, George S. : See — 

Berger, Henry G., Crandall and Socolofsky. 
Crandall, Julian T., Ashaway, R. I., assignor to Ashaway 
Line & Twine Mfg. Co. Harpoon construction. 
2,448,864, Sept. 7. 
Crandall, Theron T., Canoga Park, Calif. 

stripper. 2,454,432, Nov. 23. 
Crandell, Ervin L. : See — - 

Pitman, Earle C, and Crandell. 
Crane, Carl J. : See — 

Stout, Raymond K., Muller, Crane, and Holloman. 
Crane, Carl J., Dayton, Ohio. Apparatus for simulating 
wind effects in aviation ground trainers. 2,450,421, 
Oct. 5. 
Crane, Carl J., Dayton, Ohio. Photoelectric radio com- 
pass trainer control. 2,4R2,038, Oct. 26. 
Crane, Carl J., Dayton, Ohio. Apparatus for simulating 
wind effects in aviation ground trainers. 2,452,039, 
Oct. 26. 
Crane, Carl J., Dayton, Ohio. Automatic aural-visual 
signal transmitter for aviation ground trainers. 
2,454,503, Nov. 23. 
Crane, Carl J., and G. V. Holloman, Dayton, C. W. Muller, 
Osborn, and R. K. Stout, Dayton, Ohio. Blind flying 
and blind landing system for aviation flight trainers. 
2,457,130. Dec. 28. 
Crane, Charles A., Chicago, 111. Lifting jack. 2,437,078, 

Mar. 2. 
Crane Co., assignee : See — 
Bassett, Charles H. 
Bryant, Corwin W. 
Eckman, Harry A., and Maack. 
Fawkes, Donald G., and Venton. 
Gartz, William J. 
Hoch, Arthur E. 

Pluta, John J., Mayer, and St. John. 
Stoyke, Ludwig T. 
Ziegler, Nicholas A. 
Crane, Dan S., assignor to R. B. Crane, Shelbyville, 111. 

Honeycomb uneapper. 2,448,775, Sept. 7. 
Crane, Edward V. and K. Kuhn, assignors to E. W. Bliss 
Company, Brooklyn, N. Y. Double seamer. 2,453,200, 
Nov. 9. 
Crane, Laurence H., Camden, Maine. Replaceable porce- 
lain twister head. 2,436,632, Feb. 24. 
Crane Packing Company, assignee : See — 
Hastings, Shirrel A., and Voytech. 
Payne, Frank E. 
Schmitz, Carl E. 
Solari, Archie J. 
Voytech, Charles F. 
Crane, Raymond E. : See — 

Pieslak, Joseph W., and Crane. 
Crane, Robert B., assignee : See — 

Crane, Dan S. 
Crane, Walton B., assignor to Alpak, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Shipping, storage, and display cartons. 2,450,941, Oct. 
12. 

Crane, Webster O., 

Co., St. Charles, 

speaker systems. 
Cranney, Beatrice, Seattle, Wash 

2,452,107, Oct. 26. 



assignor to Operadio Manufacturing 
111. Electrical apparatus for loud 
2,455,471, Dec. 7. 

Venetian blind cleaner. 



Cranston, Albert E., Jr., Portland, Oreg. Machine for 
severing and driving corrugated fasteners. 2,448,801, 
Sept. 7. 

Cranston Print Works Company, assignee : See — 
Cady, George H., and Adams. 
Jones, Albert S., and Stackpole. 

Crary, Charles H., Hammond, Ind. Automatic change 
check. 2,435,873, Feb. 10. 

Craven, Howard F., Redondo Beach, Calif. Hand oper- 
ated rotary impact screw driver. 2,450,185, Sept. 28. 

Cravenette Company, U. S. A., The, assignee : See — 
Bellwood, Carl R. 

Craver, John K., Webster Groves, assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Removing paint, 
varnish, and lacquer films from surfaces. 2,438,038, 
Mar. 16. 

Craver, Orville G., Sr., Chester, N. C. Lawn mower sharp- 
ener. 2,456,389, Dec. 14. 

Crawford, Bryce L., Jr., assignor to Regents of the Uni- 
versity of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. "Hot" 
double-base powder. 2,440,327, Apr. 27. 

Crawford, Charles P., Chicago, 111. Cooking unit. 
2,454,993, Nov. 30. 

Crawford Door Company, assignee : See — 
Hackathorn, Robert A. 

Crawford, Francis W. : See — 

Flatford, William R., and Crawford. 

Crawford, Jack C, U. S. Navy, Anacostia, D. C. Tripack 
film with emulsion layers adjacent each other and mak- 
ing same. 2,435,957, Feb. 17. 

Crawford, James H. : See — 

Davidson, John T., Williams, Lehman, Ganger, Craw- 
ford, and Sadgebury. 

Crawford, Richard A., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Self-sealing fuel 
tank construction. 2,446,811, Aug. 10. 

Crawford, Robert B. P., Kansas City, Mo. Incubator. 
2,439,719, Apr. 13. 

Crawley, Charles H., assignor to The Weatherhead Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Hose coupling. 2,447,900, Aug. 
24. 

Crawley, James B., Washington, D. C, assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Timing modulation. 
2,447,492, Aug. 24. 

Cray, Frank W., assignor to Interchemical Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Typographic ink. 2,436,791, Mar. 2. 

Craze, William D., Farmington, Mich., assignor to Chicago 
Pneumatic Tool Company, New York, N. Y. Distribut- 
ing valve for rock drills. 2,443,894, June 22. 

Cread Engineering and Research Company, assignee : See — 
Gilman, Wilbert M. 
Grosser, Christian E. 

Creamer, Robert M., Cumberland, Md., assignor to Celanese 
Corporation of America. Recovery of water-soluble 
cellulose esters. 2,448,082, Aug. 31. 

Creasy, Luther P. Catawissa, Pa. Sliding game piece. 
2,444,810, July 6. 

Crede, Charles E. : See — 

Grogan, Charles H., and Crede. 

Crede, Charles E., Alexandria, Va. Shock gauge. 
2 455 356 Dec 7 

Creech, Ballard, Chehalis, Wash. Child's knockdown chair 
and table. 2,456,111, Dec. 14. 

Creel, James V., assignor to The Globe-Wernicke Co., Nor- 
wood, Ohio." Pin tray for metal desk center drawers. 
2,442,038, May 25. 

Creel, William H., Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Catalyst chamber closure. 
2,440,436, Apr. 27. 

Creelman, George D., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor 
to The M. W. Kellogg Company, New York, N. Y. Re- 
ducing disengaging height in fluidized powder systems. 
2,455,561, Dec. 7. 

Creevy, Charles, assignor to Glaxo Laboratories Limited, 
Greedford, England. Manufacture of compressed tab- 
lets and the like from finely divided ingredients. 
2,444,282, June 29. 

Crehan, William J., Chicago, and R. J. Arnold, Western 
Springs, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Kellogg 
Switchboard and Supply Company, Chicago, 111., and 
R. D. Collins, Beverly Hills, Calif. Apparatus for mak- 
ing elastic coil structures with longitudinal ends. 
2,452,434, Oct. 26. 

Crepezzi, Anthony, Ozone Park, N. Y. Shoe last. 2,433,983, 
Jan. 6. 

Cresco Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 
Enck, Charles E. 

Creson, William K., assignor to Ross Gear & Tool Co., 
Lafayette, Ind. Reverse brake. 2,444,592, July 6. 

Creson, William K., and R. H., Jordan, assignors to Ross 
Gear & Tool Company, Lafayette, Ind. Steering gear. 
2,456,390, Dec. 14. 

Crespi, Silvio B., Milan, Italy ; vested in the Attorney 
General of the United States. Process and apparatus 
for treating milk, blood, and other globular liquids. 
2,455,235, Nov. 30. 

Cress, Jay J., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Piezoelectric apparatus. 2,436,202, 
Feb. 17. 

Cressaty, George M., New York, N. Y. Magnifying reading 
unit. 2,453,064, Nov. 2. 

Cressey, Peter A., McGregor, Tex. Pressure indicator for 
pneumatic tires. 2,439,561, Apr. 13. 



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Cresswell, Arthur, Elizabethton, Tenn., assignor to North 
American Rayon Corporation, New York, N. Y. Pro- 
ducing rayon. 2,442,331, June 1. 
Crest Silver Mfg. Co., Inc., assignee : See — 

Shatkin, Sidney. 
Creveling, John L., near Tucson, Ariz. Electric regulation. 

2,441,059, May 4. 
Creveling, John L., near Tucson, Ariz. Electric regulation. 

2,453,065, Nov. 2. 
Crever, Frederick E. : See — 

Thompson, Louis W., and Crever. 
Crever, Frederick E., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric motor control system. 
2,436,203, Feb. 17. 
Crever, Frederick E., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Cabin supercharger regulator sys- 
tem. 2,439,239, Apr. 6. 
Crever, Frederick E., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Control system. 2,444,248, June 29. 
Crever, Frederick E., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Control system for aircraft turbo- 
superchargers. 2,454,038. Nov. 16. 
Crever, Frederick E., Scotia, and L. A. Burton, Schenec- 
tady, N. Y., assignors to General Electric Company. 
Aircraft cabin pressure control arrangement. 2,435,819, 
Feb. 10. 
Creviston and Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Creviston, Harry D. 
Creviston, Harry D., assignor to Creviston and Company, 
Inc., Chicago, 111. Injection apparatus. 2,442,758, 
June 8. 
Crewe, Samuel, assignee : See — 

Weber, William J. 
Crews, John F. : See — 

Meade. Reginald E., and Crews. 
Crews, John F., Appleton, Wis., assignor to Western Con- 
densing Company, San Francisco, Calif. Regenerative 
heating device. 2,435,424, Feb. 3. 
Cribb, Harold H., Glenside, and D. J. R. Both, Everard 
Park, assignors to Vacuum Extractors Limited, Adelaide, 
South Australia, Australia. Suction evacuator for re- 
moving the fluid content of eggs. 2,446,812, Aug. 10. 
Cribben and Sexton Company, assignee : See — 

Buhman, Conrad J., and Mendel. 
Crick, Cyril C, Pittsburgh, Pa. Conserving and deliver- 
ing water. 2,455,234, Nov. 30. 
Crimora Research and Development Corporation, assignee : 
See — 

Jacobs, James H., and Yarroll. 
Crimp Seal Products Co., assignee : See — 

Foster, Cyril J. 
Criner, Harry J., assignor of one-half to A. G. Bush, 

Davenport, Iowa. Clothes rack. 2,448,253, Aug. 31. 
Criner, Harry J., assignor of one-half to A. G. Bush, 
Davenport, Iowa. Bread slicing machine, including 
gangs of rotary disk knives. 2.456,866. Dec. 21. 
Crippen, Basil H., Titusville, Pa. Coupling. 2,454,994. 

Nov. 30. 
Crise, George W., Columbus, Ohio. Thermostatic control 

and signaling device. 2.448.776, Sept. 7. 
Crise, George W., Columbus, Ohio. Massaging apparatus. 

2,448.777, Sept. 7. 
Crise, George W., Columbus. Ohio. Automatic boat-steer- 
ing mechanism. 2,448,778, Sept. 7. 
Crise, George W., Columbus, Ohio. Switch mechanism 

for automatic stokers. 2,448,779, Sept. 7. 
Crise, George W., Columbus, Ohio. Electrostatic air filter 

and circulator. 2.455,738, Dec. 7. 
Crltchlow, Leo T., Monterey, Calif. Eel trap. 2,441,219, 
May 11. 

Crltes, Nelson A., Columbus, Ohio. Playhouse. 2,444,695, 
July «. 

Crittenden, Philip L., Edgewood, assignor to The West- 
mghouse Air Brake Company, Wilmerding, Pa. Com- 
pressor valve mechanism. 2,447.686, Aug. 24. 

Crocker, Floyd, assignor to Mclnerny Plastics Company, 
Grand Rapids, Mich. Mounting. 2,443,343, June 15. 

Crocker, Guy J., New Brunswick, N. J., assignor to Indus- 
trial Tape Corporation. Web tension equalizing device. 
2,454,863, Nov. 30. 

Crockett, Frank L., Tenants Harbor, Maine, assignor to 
Whltin Machine Works, Whitinsville, Mass. Detach- 
ing system. 2,444,554, July 6. 

Crockett, Robert E., Upper Montclalr, N. J., assignor to 
Dings Magnetic Separator Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Mag- 
netic concentrate washing means for submerged belt 
magnetic separators. 2,446,813, Aug. 10. 

Crockett, Robert E., and P. S. Haselton, Montclair, N. J 
Submerged-belt type magnetic separator. 2,437,681 
Mar. 16. 

Crockett. Thomas E., Nowata, Okla. Copy camera car 
ringe supporting structure. 2,441,687, May 18. 

Crockwell, Douglass, Glens Falls, N. Y. Method of pro 
ducing animated motion pictures. 2,444,729, July 6. 

Croco, Charles I*., Buffalo, N. Y., and J. II. Ulankenbuehler 
Troy, Ohio, assignors (o Westinghouse Electric Corpora 
tion, R.'ist Pittsburgh, I'm. Arc welding control system 
2,449.456, Sept. 14. 

Croft, Harold S., Elwood, Victoria, Australia. Unitary 
sanitary napkin. 2,438.039. Mar. 16. 

Croft, Hairy E., Chicago, HI. Flashlight. 2,456,080, 
Dec. 21. 



Croft, Hiram D., Springfield, assignor to Perkins Machine 
and Gear Company, West Springfield, Mass. Friction 
drive. 2,444,017, June 22. 
Crofton, Nelle M., Parkersburg, W. Va. Broom and mop 

combmation. 2,446,814, Aug. 10. 
Crofton, Wilfred B., Illovo, assignor of one-half to Koppel 
Engineering (Proprietary) Limited, Johannesburg, 
Transvaal, Union of South Africa. Stroke control for 
reciprocating pumps. 2,435,711, Jan. 30. 
Croisant, Donald P. : See — 

Dolza, John, Croisant, Gaubatz, and Perish. 
Crom, John M., Washington, D. C, assignor to The Pre- 
load Corporation, Boston, Mass. Gas holder. 2,441,660. 
May 18. 
Crom, John M., Washington, D. C. Grout projecting ap- 
paratus. 2,444,811, July 6. 
Crombach, Nicholas, San Francisco, Calif. Dental weld- 
ing machine. 2,448,865, Sept. 7. 
Crompton & Knowles Loom Works, assignee : See— 
Bergstrom, Carl P. 

Brouwer, Benjamin W., and Sepavich. 
Dion, Raymond F. 
Dion, Raymond F., and Wakefield. 
Flynn, Maurice J. 
Gordon, Albert A., 3d. 
Kronoff, Clarence R., and Peterson. 
KroriofC, Clarence R., and Sepavich. 
Krukonis, Alexander C. 
Palmer, Albert, and Sepavich. 
Peterson, George N. 
Robb, Walter Y. 
Santon, Elliot A. 
Schedin, Robert S. 
Sepavich, Victor F. 
Sepavich, Victor F., and Kronoff. 
Sepavich, Victor F., and Manoog. 
Turner, Richard G. 
Wakefield, Walter H. 
Croname, Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Tyler, Merle D. 
Cronan, Walter I., assignor to Federal Telephone and 
Radio Corporation, New York, N. Y. Manufacturing 
piezo crystals. 2,454,777, Nov. 30. 
Crone, Thomas B., Tacoma, Wash. Soldering and tin- 
ning flux. 2,456,624. Dec. 21. 
Crontn. Helen. Cincinnati, Ohio. Shoe cleaning guard. 

2,436,953, Mar. 2. 
Cronin, Howard J., Glens Falls, assignor to International 
Paper Company, New York. N. Y. Groundwood bleach- 
ing by hydrosulflte. 2,450,034, Sept. 28. 
Croninger, George J. : See — 

Miller, William J., Reese, and Croninger. 
Cronrath, Paul, Spokane, Wash. Fruit picking bag. 

2,435.921, Feb. 10. 
Crook, Lloyd M., Long Beach, Calif. Clamp. 2,438,541, 

Mar. 30. 
Crooks, Fuller A. : See — 

Burke, James D., and Crooks. 
Cropp, David, Rochester, N. Y., assignor to Cropp Engi- 
neering Corporation, Warren, Pa. Molding machine. 

2.440.366, Apr. 27. 

Cropp, David, Rochester, N. Y., assignor to Cropp Engi- 
neering Corporation, Warren, Pa. Molding machine. 

2.440.367, Apr. 27. 

Cropp Engineering Corporation, assignee : See — 
Cropp, David. 

Crosby, David R., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Oscillation generator. 
2,439,286. Apr. 6. 

Crosby, David R., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Radio-frequency wattmeter. 
2,443,097, June 8. 

Crosby, Edward, assignee : See — 
Schultz, Anthony J. 

Crosby, George A. : See — 

Leslie, John H., II, and Crosby. 

Crosby, Harry E., Los Angeles, Calif. Extraction press. 
2,436,064, Feb. 17. 

Crosby, John G., Minneapolis, Minn. Variable throw ec- 
centric. 2,445,605, July 20. 

Crosby, Melyin A. : See — 

Lu&ces, Enrique L., and Crosby. 

Crosby, Murray G., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Differential detector circuits. 
Re. 22.996, Apr. 27. 

Crosby, Murray G., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Receiver and wave monitor. 
2,437,910, Mar. 16. 

Crosby, Murray G., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Electric motor control. 
2,440,600, Apr. 27. 

Crosby. Murray G., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Diversity combiner. 2,441,661. 
May 18. 

Crosby, Murray G., Riverhead, Long Island, N. Y., as- 
signor to Radio Corporation of America. Phase modu- 
lation. 2,445,708, July 20. 

Crosby, Murray G., Riverhead, assignor to Press Wireless, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Frequency-shift telegraph sys- 
tem. 2,446,077, July 27. 

Crosby, Murray G., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Diversity receiving system. 
2,447,057, Aug. 17. 



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Crosby Murray G., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Diversity receiving system. 
2,448,866, Sept. 7. 
Crosby, Murray G., Riverhead, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Receiver muting circuit. 
2,452,436, Oct. 26. 
Crosby, Stephen A., Chicago, 111., assignor to Sterling Tool 
Products Company. Air filter for polishing machines. 
2,439,596, Apr. 13. „ _ .. , 

Crosby, William J., Waterbury, Conn. Easel frame. 

2,448,580, Sept. 7. I ■ „ . 

Croskey, Earl H., and V. M. Hackman, assignors of one- 
third to C. W. Mossman, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Door 
check. 2,453,831, Nov. 16. 
Crosley Motors, Inc., assignee : See — 

Klotsch, Paul. , , _ ■ _ . 

Crosley, Raymond W., Hazel Crest, and A. L. Raymond, 
Northfield, assignors to G. D. Searle & Co., Skokie, 111. 
Producing sodium tetrathionate. 2,439.720, Apr. 13. 
Crosman, Loring P., South Orange, assignor to Monroe 
Calculating Machine Company, Orange, N. J. Repeater 
compass. 2,437,506, Mar. 9. 
Cross, Charles A., Northwich, England, assignor to Im- 
perial Chemical Industries Limited. Manufacture of 
phenols. 2,438,694, Mar. 30. 
Cross, Donald O., Evansville, Ind. Hair curl pin. 

2,457.303, Dec. 28. „■,.•„,• 

Cross, George L., Loudonville, assignor to Tobm Packing 
Co., Inc., Albany, N. Y. Meat product and making the 
same. 2,440,168, Apr. 20. . 

Cross, Harold V., Miles City, Mont. Honda. 2,453,497, 

Nov. 9. 
Cross, Lloyd E. : See — 

Lingen, Ralph A. and Cross. 
Cross, Marie E., assignee, et al. : See — 

Lingen, Ralph A. and Cross. 
Cross, Roy. assignor to Kansas City Testing Laboratory, 
Kansas City, Mo. Parasiticidal composition. 2,444,154, 
June 29. „ • ^ . 

Crossley, Arthur, Bolton, England. Obturator for ord- 
nance. 2,444,633, July 6. „ ■ „ „ , 
Grossman. Fred, and E. A. Southam, Cleveland,, and G.J. 
Ruhl, Shaker Heights, assignors to The Lindsay Wire 
Weaving Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Needle grinder. 
2,457,644, Dec. 28. , - t „ ... 
Crossman, Stephen H., St. Joseph, Mich. Gun sight. 
2,445,314, July 20. . - . _ .. . 
Crost, Munsey E., Asbury Park, N. J., assignor to United 
States of America as represented by the Secretary of 
War. Analysis of electrical transients. 2,443,603, 
June 22. „",-.. «. 
Crost, Munsey E., Asbury Park, N. J., assignor to the 
United States of America, as represented by the Secre- 
tary of War. Signal generator for testing the resolving 
power of cathode-ray tubes. 2,444,036, June 29. 
Crotty, Michael C, Flushing, N. Y. Boiler. 2,451,321, 

Oct. 12. 
Crouch, Willie W. : See — 

Schulze, Walter A., and Crouch. 
Crouse-Hinds Company, assignee : See — 

Petree, Jay R. 
Crout, Prescott D. : See — 

Coffin, Francis P., Jr., Bothwell, and Crout. 
Crowe, John M., Covington, Ky. Atomizing fuel burner 

with cooling jacket. 2,457,304, Dec. 28. 
Crowe, Matthew R., Winthrop, Mass. Combined pressure 

and temperature relief valve. 2,444,130, June 29. 
Crowe, Orley J. : See — 

Hall, William J., and Crowe. 
Crowell, Milton E., Oak Park, 111., assignor to H. & A. 
Selmer, Inc., Elkhart, Ind. Drum pedal. 2,446,508, 
Aug. 3. 
Crowell, Oscar H., Russellville, Ala. Salt and pepper 

shaker. 2,446,742, Aug. 10. 
Crowley, Cornelius J. : See — 

De Laney, Wallace W., and Crowley. 
Crowley, Daniel G., Remus, Mich. Remote control switch- 
ing device. 2,456,256, Dec. 14. 
Crowley, George C, Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electric switch. 2,453,498, 
Nov. 9. 
Crowley, John A., Jr. : See — 

Utterback, Ernest. Sinclair, and Crowley. 
Crowley, John A., Jr., Scarsdale, N. Y., assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated. Apparatus for 
contacting solids with gaseous reactants. 2,451,924, 
Oct. 19. 
Crowley, John A., Jr., New York, and O. G. Hayes, Man- 
hasset, assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Hydrocarbon conversion proc- 
ess. 2,437,222, Mar. 2. 
Crowley, John A., Jr., Scarsdale, N. Y., and C. V. Hornberg, 
Wenonah, N. J., assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Com- 
pany, Incorporated. Method and apparatus for con- 
tacting gases and particle form solid material. 
2,441,311, May 11. 
Crowley, John A., Jr., Scarsdale, N. Y., and W. D. 
Macgeorge, Drexel Hill, Pa., assignors to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Conveyer chain. 2,444,812, July 6. 
Crowley, John C, Cleveland Heights, assignor to The Dill 
Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Valve in- 
Bides. 2,451,276, Oct. 12. 



Crowley, John C, Willoughby, assignor to The Dill Manu- 
facturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Liquid inflating 
device for tires. 2,434,991, Jan. 27. 
Crowley, John C, Willoughby, assignor to The Dill Manu- 
facturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Tire repair clamp. 
2,447,740, Aug. 24. 
Crowley, John C, Willoughby, assignor to The Dill Manu- 
facturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Valve stem and 
valve. 2,451,277, Oct. 12. 
Crowley, Robert, North Quincy, Mass. Golf training and 

recording apparatus. 2,457,351, Dec. 28. 
Crown Can Company, assignee : See — 
Fromer. Walter C. 
Turner, Richard G. 
Crown Cork & Seal Company, Inc., assignee : See — . 
Cooke, Giles B. 
Glock, Charles E. 
Warth, Albin H., and Grabus. 
Crown Cork Specialty Corporation, assignee : See — 

Rau, Harry A. 
Crown Stove Works, assignee : See — 

Rogers, Charles J., and Bright. 
Crown Zellerbach Corporation, assignee : See — 
Swift, Frank H. 
West, Wilfred H. 
Crowther, Cecil R., Pennside, and W. E. Brown, Reiffton, 
assignors to Reading Air Chutes, Inc., West Reading, 
Pa. Parachute device adapted to be launched from 
an aircraft or the like. 2,448,254, Aug. 31. 
Crowther, David, Minneapolis, Minn. Device for repoint- 

ing twist drills. 2,455,562, Dec. 7. 
Crowther, Edmond C, Philadelphia, Pa. Fastening de- > 

vice. 2,452,437, Oct. 26. 
Croxall, Willard J. : See — 

Kroeker, Edwin H., and Croxall. 
Croxall, Willard J., Bryn Athyn, and H. T. Neher, Bristol, 
assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Preparation of acetals. 2,446,171, Aug. 3. 
Croxall, William J., Bryn Athyn, and H. T. Neher, Bristol, 
assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Preparation of acetal bodies from polyhydrie alcohols. 
2,447,975, Aug. 24. 
Croxall, Willard J., Bryn Athyn, and H. T. Neher, Bristol, 
assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Preparation of ether acetals. 2,448,660, Sept. 7. 
Crozier, Alva H., Cheyenne, Wyo. Seed potato cutter, 
including an endless conveyer feeding to a stationary 
cutter. 2,450,583, Oct. 5. 
Crucible Steel Company of America, assignee : See — 
Payson, Peter. 

Williams, Morris F., and Gallt. 
Cruickshank, James H., New York, N. Y. Pallet. 2,436,554, 

Feb. 24. 
Cruikshank, Ross T., assignor of forty-five per cent to C. A. 
Anderson, Minneapolis, Minn., and ten per cent to L. 
Wigen. Pump jack. 2,445 133, July 13. 
Cruikshank, Virginius M., Sunbury, Pa. Convertible 

riparian structure. 2,434,457, Jan. 13. 
Crumb, Charles F., Clarendon Hills, L. H. Kaupke, R. R. 
Raney, La Grange, and L. E. Smith, Congress Park, 
111., assignors to International Harvester Company. 
Pickup baler. 2,450,082, Sept. 28. 
Crumbling, Donald L. : See — 

Crumbling, Everil C. and D. L. 
Crumbling, Everil C. and D. L., York, Pa. Egg cleaning 

device. 2,444,093, June 29. 
Crump, Elmo E. : See — 

Bryant, Newton W., Crump, Dungan, and Strand. 
Crump, Wallace M., Denver, Colo. Power take-off for 

tractors. 2,441,798, May 18. 
Crumrine, Chester W., assignor to Product Technicians, 
Inc., Rochester, N. Y. Electrical cord plug. 2,435,341, 
Feb. 3. 
Crumrine, Chester W., Irondquoit Township, Monroe 
County, assignor, by mesne assignments, to LFC Cor- 
poration, Rochester. N. Y. Animal trap. 2,437,507, 
Mar. 9. 
Crumrine, Chester W., Irondequoit Township, Monroe 
County, assignor, by mesne assignments, to L F C Cor- 
poration, Rochester, N. Y. Animal trap. 2,445,166, July 
13. 
Crumrine, Chester W., Irondequoit, N. Y,, assignor to 
Kryptar Corporation. Photographic shutter. 2,446,265, 
Aug. 3. 
Crumrine, Chester W., assignor to Eastman Kodak Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Focal-plane curtain shutter for 
cameras. 2,446,638, Aug. 10. 
Crumrine, Chester W., Irondequoit Township, Monroe 
County, assignor, by mesne assignments, to L F C Cor- 
poration, Rochester, N. Y. Animal trap. 2,448,780, 
Sept. 7. 
Crumrine, Kenneth C. : See — 

Herzog, Gerhard, and Crumrine. 
Crumrine, Sol M., Des Moines, Iowa. Traction device. 

2,438,656, Mar. 30. 
Crutcher-Rolfs-Cummings Company, assignee : See — 

Cummings, James D., and Laurent. 
Cruzan, Harold, Los Angeles, Calif. Cabin pressure regu- 
lator valve. 2,451,278, Oct. 12. 
Cryns, Max P., Kansas City, Mo., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to I. M. Jones, Milwaukee, Wis. Wheat 
germ preparation. 2,450,123, Sept. 28. 



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Crystal Research Laboratories, Incorporated, assignee : 
See — 

Blackburn, Richard K. 

Cuban Dominican Sales Corporation, assignee, et al. : 
See — 

Naugle, John J., and Wickenden. 

Cube Steak Machine Co., assignee : See — 
Spang, Carl F. 

Cuccia, Carmen L. : See — 

Donal, John S., Jr., Brown, and Cuccia. 

Cudahy Packing Company, assignee : See — 
Shipner. John R. 

Cueni, Clement P., Arlington, assignor to Porete Mfg. 
Company, North Arlington, N. J. Composite prestressed 
concrete beam and slab structure. 2,435,998, Feb. 17. 

Culbert, Fred J., Norfolk, Va. Internal-combustion engine. 
2,436, S55, Mar. 2. 

Culbertson, Robert A. : See — 

Angel, Charles M., and Culbertson. 

Culdice, Charles W., Wentworth, Wis. Nonhide cutting 
fleshing tool. 2,450,502, Oct. 5. 

Cullen, Arthur V., Jamaica Plain, Mass. Embalming 
appliance. 2,437,381, Mar. 9. 

Cullen, James G., and E. H. Spear, Baltimore, Md. Toy 
steam shovel. 2,445,105, July 13. 

Cullin, Helen A., administratrix : See — 
Cullin, Jasper F. 

Cullin. Jasper F., deceased, Detroit, Mich. ; H. A. Cullin, 
administratrix, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Better Packages, Inc., New York, N. Y. Tape dispens- 
ing mechanism. 2,456,625, Dec. 21. 

Cullinan, James T., administrator : See — 
Thomas, Charles L. and Lee. 

Cullinan, John F. : See — 

Smyth, Glen M., and Cullinan. 

Cullinan, John F., and L. D. Lytle, Plainfield, N. J., as- 
signors to American Cyanamid Company, New York, 
N. Y. Acid treatment of anthraquinonethiazole vat dye- 
stuffs. 2.453,410, Nov. 9. 

Cullinan, John F., and L. D. Lytle, Plainfield, N. J., as- 
signors to American Cyanamid Company, New York, 
N. Y. Acid treatment of pyrene-quinone vat dyestuffs. 
2,454,433. Nov. 23. 

Cullman, Otto : See — 

Hornbrook, Lester H., Jr., Wienke, and Cullman. 

Cullman Wheel Company, assignee : See — • 

Hornbrook, Lester H., Jr., Wienke, and Cullman. 

Culpepper, John O., Chatham, La. Poultry feeder. 
2,433,894, Jan. 6. 

Culver, Merlyn M., Dayton, Ohio. Handle assembly cast- 
ing rod. 2,456,681, Dec. 21. 

Cumming, James M. : See — 

Leeds. Winthrop M., and Cumming. 

Ludwig, Leon R., Baker, and Cumming. 

Wallace, James M., Rawlins, Cummming, and Aspey. 

Cumming, James M., Turtle Creek, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Fluid 
pressure operated circuit breaker. 2,434,549, Jan. 13. 

Cumming, James M., Turtle Creek, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Cir- 
cuit interrupter. 2,456,926, Dec. 21. 

Cummings, Ira R., deceased, by M. F. Cummings, executrix, 
Cranford, N. J., assignor to Westinghouse Electric Cor- 
poration, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Ionizing means for elec- 
trostatic dust-precipitation apparatus. 2,447,933, Aug. 
24. 

Cummings, James D., and M. P. Laurent, assignors to 
Crutcher - Rolfs - Cummings Company, Houston, Tex. 
Pipe cleaning machine. 2,436,099, Feb. 17. 

Cummines, Joseph R., Venice, Calif. Tiltable utensil 
drawer. 2,450,233, Sept. 28. 

Cummings, Lowell O., and H. A. Vogel, Milwaukee. Wis., 
assignors to Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company. Solvent 
fractionation of tall oil. 2,444,730, July 6. 

Cummings, Margaret If., executrix : See— 
Cummings, Ira R. 

Cummings, Robert E., University Heights, assignor to 
Thompson Products, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Braced 
head dome valve. 2,439,240, Apr. 6. 

Cummings, Thomas L., Port Angeles, Wash. Jet pro- 
pelled helicopter rotor. 2,446,266, Aug. 3. 

Cummings, William \\\, Bradford, Vt. Fruit sectionizer. 
2.457,645. I ><«■. 28. 

Cummins. Clyde, MIddletown, Ind. Rider propelled ve- 
hicle. 2,444.980, July 13. 

Cuneo. Joseph F. : See — 

Doumanl, Thomas F., and Cuneo. 

Cunningham, Arthur R., Detroit, Mich. Vehicle construc- 
ii. hi. 2,453,499. Nov. 9. 

Cunningham, Arthur R., assignor to Ray Cunningham 
mid Sons, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Vehicle construction. 
■1, 153,500, Nov. 9. 

Cunningham, Charles G., Chicago, 111. Curtain or panel 
and hanger structure therefor. 2,454,434, Nov. 23. 

Cunningham, David It.. Haddonfleld, and II. Belar, 
Palmyra, N. J., assignors to Radio Corporation of 
America. Magnetic field detector. 2,438,964, Apr. 6. 

Cunningham. Frederick W., Stamford, Conn., assignor to 
Arma Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Servo control 
system. 2,444,813, July 6. 

Cunningham, Frederick W., Stamford, Conn., assignor to 
Anna Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Gun control com- 
pensating mechanism. 2,457,532, Dec. 28. 



Cunningham, Firmin M. : See — 

Kratoville, Frank M., and Cunningham. 

Cunningham, George J., Babylon, N. Y. Clock. 2,437,459.. 
Mar. 9. 

Cunningham, George L., Painesville, Ohio, assignor to 
Diamond Alkali Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Purifying 
aqueous alkali metal hydroxides. 2,446,868, Aug. 10. 

Cunningham, George L., Painesville, Ohio, assignor to 
Diamond Alkali Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Preparing 
calcium hypochlorite. 2,446,869, Aug. 10. 

Cunningham, George L., and R. S. Robinson, Niagara 
Falls, assignors to The Mathieson Alkali Works, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Manufacture of alkali metal alco- 
holates. 2,438,963, Apr. 6. 

Cunningham, James, Son & Company, assignee : See — 
Brown, Percy F. 

Cunningham, John, assignee : See — 
Briggs, Carl R. 

Cunningham, John E., and R. A. Kempe, assignors to- 
Thompson Products, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Making hol- 
low valves. 2,452,636, Nov. 2. 

Cunningham, John F., Jr., Greensburg, assignor to Elliott 
Company, Jeannette, Pa. Turbine rotor. 2,440,933, 
May 4. 

Cunningham, John J., Manchester, N. H. Racing toy. 
2,441,060, May 4. 

Cunningham, Lewis L., Los Angeles, assignor to General 
Controls Co., Glendale, Calif. Magnetic control device. 
2,435,425, Feb. 3. 

Cunningham, Marion M., South Bend, Ind., assignor to 
United States Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Fuel 
tank. 2,439,562, Apr. 13. 

Cunningham, Marion M., South Bend, Ind., assignor to 
United States Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Tank 
fitting. 2,441,009, May 4. 

Cunningham, Marion M., South Bend, assignor to 
Mishawaka Rubber and Woolen Manufacturing Company, 
Mishawaka, Ind. Springy adjustable seating structure. 
2,454,912, Nov. 30. 

Cunningham, Ray, and Sons, Inc., assignee : See — 
Cunningham, Arthur R. 

Cunningham, Robert E., Jackson, Miss. Air or water 
attachment for dental engines. 2,437,017, Mar. 2. 

Cunningham, Roy N., Washington, D. C. Cryptographic 
attachment for typewriter. 2,435,130, Jan. 27. 

Cunningham, William A. : See — 

Wrege, Edgar E., and Cunningham. 

Cuno, Charles W., Wilmington, 111., assignor to The Lehon 
Company. Making granules. 2,439,650, Apr. 13. 

Cupery, Martin E., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Esters. 2,448,520, 
Sept. 7. 

Cupery, Martin E., Brandywine Hundred, and H. S. Roth- 
rock, assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Diallyl diglycolate-styrene copolymer. 
2,451,536, Oct. 19. 

Cupery, Martin E., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. N-alkyl polymeric amic 
acids and coating compositions containing them. 
2,456,177, Dec. 14. 

Cupler, John A., Cumberland, Md. Drill press. 2,439,965, 
Apr. .20. 

Cuppett, Charles H., Wayne Township, Passaic County, 
assignor to Newark Plaster Company, Newark, N. J. 
Making gypsum board and like gypsum products and 
products of such process. 2,442,321, May 25. 

Cupples. Homer L., Alexandria, Va., dedicated to the free 
use of the People in the territory .of the United States. 
Preparing parasiticides containing aluminum hydroxide. 
2,448,661, Sept. 7. 

Curatole, Arthur, Hartford, Conn. ; M. S. Curatole, ad- 
ministratrix of said A. Curatole, deceased. Double- 
shank hammer-type tool. 2,435,556, Feb. 3. 

Curatole, Marie S., administratrix : See — 
Curatole, Arthur. 

Curd, Francis H. S., C. G. Raison, and F. L. Rose, Blackley, 
Manchester, England, assignors to Imperial Chemical 
Industries Limited. Pyrimidine compounds and making 
the same. 2,437,682, Mar. 16. 

Curd, Francis H. S., C. G. Raison, and F. L. Rose, Blackley, 
Manchester, England, assignors to Imperial Chemical 
Industries Limited. Pyrimidine compounds and method 
of producing same. 2,437,683, Mar. 16. 

Curd, Francis H. S., Manchester, England, M. I. Hall (nee 
Davis), Annan, Scotland, and E. C. Owen, F. L. Rose, 
and G. A. P. Tuey, Manchester, England, assignors to 
Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. Hydroxypyrimi- 
dine derivatives. 2,443,303, June 15. 
Curd, Francis H. S., Manchester, England, M. I. Hall (nee 
Davis), Annan, Scotland, and E. C. Owen, F. L. Rose, 
and G. A. P. Tuey, Manchester, England, assignors to 
Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. Halogenopy- 
rimidine derivatives. 2,443,304, June 15. 
Curd, Francis H. S., Manchester, England, M. I. Hall (n6e 
Davis), Annan, Scotland, and E. C. Owen, F. L. Rose, 
and G. A. P. Tuey, Manchester, England, assignors to 
Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. Pyrimidine de- 
rivatives. 2,443,305, June 15. 

Curell, Randal B., Jr., Lansdowne, Pa. Tractor-trailer 
construction. 2,445,134, July 13. 

Curl, Alfred: See — 

Ambler, Joseph A., and Curl. 
Roberts, Earl J., Ambler, and Curl. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Curl, Herbert C, Jackson Heights, N. T., and J. D. Klein- 
kauf, East Orange, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Method 
and system for electronically generating complex sig- 
nals. 2.455,472, Dec. 7. 
Curley, Clarke C, Lorain, Ohio. Door seal assembly. 

2,445,315, July 20. 
Curley, Robert S., Biddeford, Maine, assignor to Saco- 
Lowell Shops, Boston, Mass. Cotton picker and simi- 
lar machine. 2,435,938, Feb. 10. 
Curran, Elwood M., Los Angeles, Calif. Disposable tooth 

cleaning kit. 2,454,995, Nov. 30. 
Curran, Fred J. : See — 

Wild, Rudolf F., and Curran. 
Current, Ira B. : See — 

Dearing. Le Roy M., and Current. 
Current, Philip M., Fort Wayne, Ind. Case for firearms. 

2,455,296, Nov. 30. 
Currivan, John F.. East Hampton, Conn. Bottle carrier. 

2,441,346, May 11. 
Curry, Benjamin W., Jacksonville, Fla. Turbine blower. 

2,450,186, Sept. 28. 
Curry, Glenn W., Fall River, Wis. Easel-type support. 

2,441,932, May 18. 
Curry, Herman H. : See — 

Schaelchlin, Walter and Curry. 
Curry, Herman H., United States Coast Guard. Electrical 

control system. 2,454,778, Nov. 30. 
Curry, Joseph P., New Bedford, Mass. Manufacturing 

combs for comber machines. 2,446,079, July 27. 
Currv, Paul N., assignor to Durametallic Corporation, 
Kalamazoo, Mich. Sealing device for shafts. 2,434,458, 
Jan. 13. 
Curry, Robert S., Jr. : See — 

Depp, Marlin C, Curry, and Fragola. 

Curry, Robert S., Jr., Baldwin, A. W. Lane, Freeport, and 

' S. E. Woodbury, Mineola, N. Y., assignors to The Sperry 

Corporation. Gyroscopic controlling means. 2,456,619, 

Dec. 21. 

Curry, Wiliam R., Ogden, Utah. Flushing device for 

douche syringes. 2,456,257, Dec. 14. 
Curson, Thomas : See — 

Dowell, John H., Sternberg, and Curson. 
Curtin-Hebert Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Gursky, Henry D. 
Curtis, Alfred F., North Canton, and P. C. Rorick, as- 
signors to The Republic Stamping & Enameling Com- 
pany, Canton, Ohio. Cover construction for kitchen 
utensils. 2,441,688, May 18. 
Curtis, Austen M., South Orange, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Circuit maker and breaker. 2,434,909, Jan. 27. 
Curtis, Austen M., South Orange, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Direct-current voltage multiplier. 2,456,927, Dec. 21. 
Curtis, Cecil A., Manchester, and D. S. Stephens, Cheadle, 
England. Manufacture of rubberlike materials. 
2,454,635, Nov. 23. 
Curtis, Charles G., Brea, Calif. Display page for coins 

and other objects. 2,449,204, Sept. 14. 
Curtis Companies Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Beil, Forrest F. 
Curtis, Dale M., Nitro, W. Va., assignor to American Vis- 
cose Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Cutting apparatus. 
2,447,976, Aug. 24. 
Curtis, David, New York, N. Y. Carbohydrate-boric acid 

salts of amino aromatic bases. 2,453,108, Nov. 9. 
Curtis, Edma H., Cincinnati, assignor to The Nivison- 
Weiskopf Company, Reading, Ohio. Collapsible storage 
cabinet. 2,455,739, Dec. 7. 
Curtis, Fount E., Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Plat- 
form type shoe. 2,445.847, July 27. 
Curtis, Franklin E., Willoughby, Ohio, assignor to Ad- 
dressograph-Multigraph Corporation, Wilmington, Del. 
Apparatus for indenting characters in medals and the 
like. 2,438,271, Mar. 23. 
Curtis, Franklin E., Euclid, Ohio, assignor to Addresso- 
graph-Multigraph Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. Latch 
operated clutch. 2,456,928, Dec. 21. 
Curtis, Harry D., assignor of one-half to S. Schaefer, 
Fond du Lac, Wis. Portable dehydrating apparatus 
with a perforated floor. 2,442,344, June 1. 
Curtis, Helene, Industries, Inc., assignee : See — 
Grant, Samuel. 
Horwitz, Benjamin. 
Nemeth, Otto R. 
Curtis, Horace L., Gilford, and G. H. McKinley and G. H. 
Miller, assignors to Scott & Williams, Incorporated, 
Laconia, N. H. Needle cam for circular knitting ma- 
chines. 2,435,269, Feb. 3. 
Curtis, John C, Claremont, N. H., assignor to Joy Manu- 
facturing Company. Forging apparatus. 2,443,814, 
June 22. 
Curtis, John C, Claremont, N. H, assignor to Joy Manu- 
facturing Company. Grinding apparatus. 2,448,019, 
Aug. 31. 
Curtis, John R., Jr., Norwood, assignor to Scott Paper 
Company, Chester, Pa. Doctor holder. 2,445,135, July 
13. 
Curtis, Leon F. : See — 

Krasnow, Shelley, and Curtiss. 



Curtis, Leslie F., Great Neck, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Hazeltine Research, Inc., Chicago, 111. 
Variable frequency oscillatory system. 2,447,316, Aug. 
17. 
Curtis, Leslie F., Haydenville, Mass., assignor to Hazeltine 
Research, Inc., Chicago, 111. Magnetostrictive time- 
delay device. 2,455,740, Dec. 7. 
Curtis, Leslie F., Great Neck, N. Y., assignor to Hazeltine 
Research, Inc., Chicago, 111. Arrangement for simulat- 
ing a reactive impedance. 2,457,034, Dec. 21. 
Curtis, Lester L., Newark, N. J., assignor to The McBee 
Company, Athens, Ohio. Key punch. 2,448,961, Sept. 7. 
Curtis, Lucien B., Verona, N. J., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Grid support structure. 
2,454,377, Nov. 23. 
Curtis, Myron S., assignor to The Warner & Swasey Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Locating and locking mech- 
anism for machine-tool turrets. 2,453,120, Nov. 9. 
Curtis, Osborn M., Jr., and T. M. Prudden, assignors to 
LobLure, Inc., Hingham, Mass. Fishing bait and pre- 
paring the same. 2,452,552, Nov. 2. 
Curtis, Osborn M., Jr., and T. M. Prudden, assignors to 
LobLure, Inc., Hingham, Mass. Fishing bait. 2,452,553, 
Nov. 2. 
Curtis Pump Company, assignee : See — 
Curtis, Russell R. 
Curtis, Russell R., and Gates. 
Curtis, Richard C, Short Hills, N. J., assignorto Faximile, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Facsimile overload control with 
non-linear resistance in output. 2,457,131, Dec. 28. 
Curtis, Richard P., Marblehead, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Submarine Signal Company, Boston, 
Mass. Plotting and computing device. 2,437,243, 
Mar. 9. 
Curtis, Roger C. : See — 

Roberts, Frederick W., and Curtis. 
Curtis, Russell R. : See — 

Curtis, William H. and R. R. 
Curtis, Russell R., assignor to Curtis Pump Company, 
Dayton, Ohio. Pump valve construction. 2,439,242, 
Apr. 6. 
Curtis, Russell R., assignor to Curtis Pump Company, 
Dayton, Ohio. Aircraft booster pump and tank as- 
sembly. 2,442,639, June 1. 
Curtis, Russell R., assignor to Curtis Pump Company, 
Dayton, Ohio. Pump valve construction. 2,451,925, 
Oct. 19. 
Curtis, Russell R., and R. L. Gates, assignors to Curtis 
Pump Company, Dayton, Ohio. Pump assembly. 
2,439,241, Apr. 6. 
Curtis, Walter A., assignor to The Bishop & Babcock 
Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Thermostat 
valve and spring therefor. 2,435,675, Feb. 10. 
Curtis, Wilbur R., Fresno, Calif. Bed cover holder. 

2,446,362, Aug. 3. 
Curtis, William H., Los Angeles, Calif., and R. R. Curtis, 
Dayton, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Thompson 
Products, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Sliding vane air pump 
lubrication. 2,455,297, Nov. 30. 
Curtiss, Frank R., New Haven, Conn. Container. 

2,437,079, Mar. 2. 
Curtiss, George E., Jr., Penn Wynne, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Latch. 2,445,709, July 20. 
Curtiss, George E., Jr., Penn Wynne, .assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Latching device. 2,448,083, Aug. 31. 
Curtiss, George E., Jr., Penn Wynne, assignor to Philco 
Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Latch. 2,451,380, Oct. 
12. 
Curtiss. George E., Jr., Penn Wynne, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Refrigerator door latch. 2,451,381, Oct. 12. 
Curtiss-Wright Corporation, assignee : See — 
Brady, George W. 
Chillson, Charles W. 
Cushman, Maurice E. 
Davis, Harold J. 
Dean, George A. 
Detrich, Donald J. 
Eaton, Bruce G., Jr., and Moses. 
Engelhardt, Lloyd F. 
Flader, Frederic E. 
Gley, Paul R. 
Griffin, Harry M. 
Harris, Leslie M. 
Hathorn, Charles E. 
Houser, Herbert C. 
Jenny, Robert W. 
Jerger, Joseph. 
Jones, Dedger. 
Julian, George J. 
Holt, Oscar E. 
Klein, Mathias. 
Keck, Andrew. 
Knudsen, Erling M. 
Kuska, Donald E. 
Lemonier, Camille R., and Payne. 
Maynard, Meade J. 

McKinnie, William P., and Trammell. 
Molloy, Eddie, and Raiche. 
Newman, Albert J. 
Palmatier, Everett P. 
Rowe, Donald C. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Curtiss-Wright Corporation, assignee : See— Continued. 
Sawyer, James G. 
Schoenbaum, Joseph R. 
Sheets, Jack H. 
Sprague, Desmond. 

Statham, Louis D. , „ . . 

Statham, Louis D., Baker, and Swartzel. 
Stulen, Foster B. 

Tei-epin, Raymond H., and Derrick. 
Walker, Elwood C. 
Wardle, Meredith C, and Howard. 
Winter, John S. 

trie' circuits. 2,436,633, Feb. 24. 
Cushman & Lenison 'Manufacturing Company, Inc., as- 

signee : See — 
CushSfn^amir I 8 , "assignor to Cushman < & y Denison 

Manufacturing Company Inc., New York, N. Y. Mark 
Cu^nin ViC £ee 2 ^ 3, |outh NO HaLton, Mass., assignor to 
CU UnTtld Sho'e Machinery Corporation Flemang|on, N. J. 

Vnlvpd-cvlinder type motor. 2,435,270, *eo. a. 
rnlhman Maurice E, Verona, N. J., assignor to Curtiss- 
CU WrTght Corporation. Propeller blade, bearing and seal 

assembly. 2,438,542, Mar. 30. 
Cusbsan's Sons, Inc., assignee: Bee— 

4f;HS , £s e 'ts;eis i M.t i ' 1 T i ' i :"j'°:, 

riwtin Thomas 6., and R. G. Stoneman assignors of 
on "thU-d To J. Shaw, Milwaukee, Wis. Abrading ma- 
chine. 2,438,543, Mar. 30. 

Cuthbert, Lowell R., assignee: See — 

Rapid sweep radiating system 2,436,380, Heb. a. 
Cutler-Hammer, Inc., assignee : See — 
Anderson, Ralph P. 
Audier, Mark. 

Cox Irvin W., and Drugmand. 
Defandorf, John L., and Sywulka. 
Douglas, Louis R., and Seeger. 
Dries, Jerome F. 

Feldhausen, Cyril P., and Lommen. 

Hunter, Richard B. 

James, Kenneth D. 

Jones, Jesse E., and Proudfoot. 

Krieger, Alvin W. 

Kuhn, Clarence W. 

Lawsen, Eivind U., and Johnson. 

Newman, John M. 

Randall, Cyril E. 

Ranson, Richard R. 

Richter, Walther ana Ji*. 

Rosing, Theodore F., and Seeger. 

o„ wl . F.dwin W., and Schmitz. 

Mrtjlns rSK" to blanks in jack.t (ormlns nacntns. 
C«?i,f'wSiaSMl°6lon,..Kr, Mm.. .;> taor to U.W 

1r fc^°ffi« Bsssss % '-jss 

hides. 2,438,150, Mar. 23. 
Cutter, Arthur F., assignee , See — 

r^tir' a Fro n d A* Berkeley, and W. F. Butler, Oakland, as- 
CU s"gno« to C A utteVLaboratories, Berkeley, Calif. Stopper. 

2,438,149, Mar. 23. 
Cutter Laboratories, assignee. See — 
Cutter, Fred A., and Butler. 

«^&» owes* M - 

Cuttino, William H. : See — 

fio selman. Ralph A and Cuttino. 
Marbury, Ralph E., Owens, and Cuttino. 

22 

Cutts Dorothea L., assignee: See— 

CuttB d K&Md M^a^jnor of one-half to D L. Cutte The 
PlataB, Va . Gas porting device for shotguns. 2,453,121, 
Nov. 9. 

Cyr 'G H amb n .e d David 8 frCyr, Siller, and Bisblng. 

Cyril Bath Company. The, assignee : See— 

Czap B Eva A^ Philadelphia, Pa. H.ndba^rovWed with 
removable, washable cover. 2,437,382. Mpr. J. 



carriage 



D. B. C. Sales Corporation, assignee : See — 
Sigmond, David. 

Daane, Adrian H. : See — 

Wilhelm. Harley A., and Daane. 

Daboll Walter F.. Greensboro, N. C, assignor to Watson- 
Williams Manufacturing Company Millbury, Mass. 
Self-threading shuttle eye 2,439,158, Apr. «• 

Dahraskv August Washington, D. C, W. V. Cooanue, 
Ipswich, Maw, and G. M. Taylor, Cooper, Tex. as- 
signors ' to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, 
Flemington, N. J. Fuse setter and rammer. 2,442,401, 
June 1. 

Dacas, Arthur : See — 

Mueller, Siegfried E., Anderson, and Dacas _ 

Da Costa, Bartholomew, Long Island City, N. 1. Bed 
table 2,456,867, Dec. 21. . . , .. 

Dadant, Henry C. ' Hamilton, 111. Bee comb foundation. 

Daddario, Joseph D., Franklin, Mass. Distributor for air- 
DaW^SSu^^&SSS^;^: Y. Pneumatic tire 

Elmira, N. Y. Form tool fixture. 2,446,128, July M. 

D'Adrian. Alexander L. D. : See — 
Bubb, Frank W., and d'Adnan. 

Dadson Enterprises, Inc., assignee : See — 

Tornberg, Isidor. lf . _ , 

Dadson, Thomas E., Detroit, assignor of one-half to Mia 
mazoo Stove & Furnace Company, Kalamazoo Mich 
and, one-half to Admiral Corporation, Chicago, 111. Elec- 
tric stove or range. 2,453,832, Nov 16. 

Daellenbach, Raymond E., assignor of one-third to C. 
HumDhrev Grove City, Pa., and one-third to N. Nestas, 
Eliwood City, Pa. Auto-battery terminal connection. 

Dafftr 4 Ir 9 ven J W.', Mount Pleasant, Tex. Reversible stop- 
per.' 2,447,166, Aug. 17. 

Dagl C y hen l e y. e Harr r y : |.:Vagley, and McAllister. 
Dague Silas R., Wichita, Kans. Typewriter 

Dam 1 Alvin r^ig^tf The% C ow Chemical Company, 
Midland Mich. Making dense magnesium oxide. 
2,454,733, Nov. 23. 

Dahl, Arthur : See— 

Dahl^r^kaSS toP^R. Mallory & Co., Inc.. Indian- 
apolis Ind Tool for preparing contact blanks. 

Da 2 ul 4 Ha«y J an!f W. Huebner, assignors to P. R. Mai- 
lory & Co., Inc., Indianapolis, Ind. Automatic disk 

to R. J. Earl, Deerfield Beach, Fla. cargo noon. 
2,436,792, Mar. 2. 
Dahlberg, Ernst B. : See— 

D, M f«Eatf n B M fen\ n .1n D « , "?.r,.n., <o...n S toll* 

»SSs ?&&$£ graaas 

mers Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. a langec 

»SiJ£?oi£±™*A* to Cniversal Gear Corpora- 

tion, Indianapolis, Ind. Pumping mechanism. 2,434,459, 

n.fcl&rom Eric P , assignor to The Carborundum Com- 
pany Niagara Falls N. Y. Apparatus for.facing and 
truing abrasive articles. 2,439771, Apr . 13. 

Dahn, George, Richmond, Va. Violin bridge. 2,44b,^o(, 

Dafinke 3 Henry, Banning, Calif. Device for the control 

of flow of fluids. 2,456,626, Dec. 21. 
Daiger, George P. : See — 

Troxler, Charles G., and Daiger. aT „ inine fl e - 

Daigle Herbert D., Providence, R. I. Fluid draining ae 

dM D 2 dnal 9 dT'B S ry P n Mawr, assignor, by mesne assign- 
D ments D to a philc'o. Corporation, **§**$*>£*■ TW °" 

weight. 2.441,019, May 18. 
Dailey, Karl F. : See— 

Clyde George, and Dailey. 
Dailey, William E.. Chicago. 111. Toy. 2,452,841 Nov. 2. 
nn pv Wiiliim H Jr Library, Pa., assignor to Carnegie- 
Da i&ll Steel Corporation. Spot welding apparatus. 

2 455 564 Dec 7. 
Dailey, ' William H., Jr., Library, and E, A. Dl Nucd, 

Pittsburgh Pa., assignors to Carnegie-Illinois Steel cor 

poratlSnf Shaft and bearing cooling means. 2.439,127, 

Dally!' John L., Johnstown Pa Corner fastener for 
plaster laths. 2,451,811, Oct. 19. 



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97 



Dainty, Kalph, Willenhall, England. Manufacture of sand 

cores. 2,439,563, Apr. 13. 
Dairy Equipment Company, assignee : See — 
Moksnes, Karl E. 

Dairy Specialties, Inc., assignee : See — 

Jones, John P. 
Dake, George E., Parkersburg, W. Va., and J. A. Lyne, 
Houston, Tex., assignors to The Parkersburg Rig & Reel 
Company, Parkersburg, W. Va. Oil emulsion treater. 
2,449,738, Sept. 21. 

Dakoski, Stanley, Chicago, 111. Electric switch operable 
by alarm clocks. 2,438,544, Mar. 30. 

Dalby, Delbert G., assignor to Roberts Paper Company, 
Amarillo, Tex. Manifolding device. 2,457,448, Dec. 
28. 

Dale, Frank D., Coldwater, Kans., assignor to Harry Fer- 
guson, Inc., Dearborn, Mich. Power takeoff. 2,448,662, 
Sept. 7. 

Dale, Frank L., New- York, N. Y. Artificial hand. 
2,457,305, Dec. 28. 

Dale, George T., Sea Cliff, N. Y. Adjustable hose drier. 
2,436,856, Mar. 2. 

Dale, Wallace W., Barre Center, N. Y. Basket. 2,438,844, 
Mar. 30. 

D'Alelio, Gaetano F., assignor to Pro-phy-lac-tic Brush 
Company, Northampton, Mass. Copolymers comprising 
acrylonitrile and vinyl ethers and molecularly oriented 
articles composed thereof. 2,436,204, Feb. 17. 

D'Alelio, Gaetano F., assignor to Pro-phy-lac-tic Brush 
Company, Northampton, Mass. Vulcanizable copoly- 
mers of a vinyl aryl compound, butadiene, and vinyl 
ethers. 2,437,420, Mar. 9. 

D'Alelio, Gaetano F., assignor to Pro-phy-lac-tic Brush 
Company, Northampton, Mass. Vulcanizable copoly- 
mers of acrylonitrile, butadiene, and vinyl ethers. 
2,437,421, Mar. 9. 

D'Alelio, Gaetano F., Northampton, Mass., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Copolymers of mixtures 
comprising allyl and methallyl ether esters. 2.437.508, 
Mar. 9. 

D'Alelio, Gaetano F., Shaker Heights, Ohio, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Interpolymer of diallyl 
fumarate and modified unsaturated alkyd resin. 
2,441,799, May 18. 

D'Alelio, Gaetano F., assignor to Pro-phy-lac-tic Brush 
Company, Northampton, Mass. Plasticized copolymers 
of compounds containing a single CH 2 = C<group 
and diesters of ethylene alpha beta dicarboxylic acids. 
2,442,558, June 1. 

D'Alelio, Gaetano F., Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Copolymer of acrylate ester, 
acrylonitrile, and a diene-1,3. 2,442,588, June 1. 

D'Alelio, Gaetano F., Shaker Heights, Ohio, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Interpolymer of diallyl 
maleate and diethylene glycol maleate phthalate. 
2,445,764, July 27. 

D'Alelio, Gaetano F., and J. W. Underwood, Pittsfield, 
Mass., assignors to General Electric Company. Acyl- 
hydrazino amino derivatives. 2,435,203, Feb. 3. 

D'Alelio, Gaetano F., Northampton, and J. W. Underwood, 
Pittsfield, Mass., assignors to General Electric Com- 
pany. Nitroalcohol esters of acrylic acid and inter- 
polymers produced from the same. 2,449,804, Sept. 21. 

Daley, Charles, West Newton, Mass., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Preparing metal for metal-to- 
glass seals. 2,452,519, Oct. 26. 

Daley, Frank J., Schenectady, N. Y. Antiskid device. 
2,442 322, May 25. 

Daley, Henry G., Woodbury Heights, and J. W. Payne and 
E. L. Sargent, Woodbury. N. J., assignors to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated. Apparatus for 
manufacture of spheroidal particles. 2,446.784. Aug. 10. 

Dalferes, Anthony W., Lafayette, La. Lifting tongs. 
2,457,646, Dec. 28. 

Dalin, David, Sodertalje, Sweden. Dust separator. 
2,437,294, Mar. 9. 

Da-Lite Screw Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Heck, John T., and Du Mais. 

Dalkin, A., Company, assignee : See — 
Yuza, Rudolph. 

Dalkowitz, Godfrey, Washington, D. C, assignor to Ameri- 
can Safety Razor Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Blade 
container. 2,439,243, Apr. 6. 

Dallas, George M., and B. M. Fine, assignors to American 
Briquet Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Split roll for bri- 
quetting machines or the like. 2,455,980, Dec. 14. 

Dallenbach, Walter, Berlin W. 35, Germany ; vested in the 
Attorney General of the United States. Junction be- 
tween concentric and parallel conductor systems. 
2,437,244, Mar. 9. 

Dallin, Milton R., Salt Lake City, Utah. Electric air 
heater. 2,451,926, Oct. 19. 

Dalmen, August : See — 

Hoffman, Louis, and Dalmen. 

Dalton, Frank L., Ironto, Va. Sponge cleaning device. 
2.449,281, Sept. 14. 

Dalton, Joseph P., Berlin, N. J. Signal staff holding 
finger. 2,438,314, Mar. 23. 

Dalton, Swanton D., Summit, N. J., assignor to Socony- 
Vaccum Oil Company, Incorporated. Cracking process. 
2,437,383, Mar. 9. 

Dalton, William, Schenectady, N. Y. Automatic control 
for jet propelled rotors. 2,446,129, July 27. 

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Dalton, William, Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Aircraft propeller. 2,454,040, Nov. 

16. 
Daly, Arthur J. : See — 

White, Francis T., and Daly. 
Daly, Arthur J., and W. G. Lowe, Spondon, near Derby, 

England, assignors to Celanese Corporation of America. 

Manufacture of mixed esters of glycols. 2,454,274, 

Nov. 23. 
Daly, Arthur J., and W. G. Lowe, Spondon, near Derby, 

England, assignors to Celanese Corporation of America. 

Manufacture of mixed esters of polyhydroxy compounds. 

2,454,275, Nov. 23. 
Daly, George F., Endicott, assignor to International Busi- 
ness Machines Corporation, New York, N. Y. Record 

controlled machine. 2,448,781, Sept. 7. 
Daly, Lawrence E., Mishawaka, Ind., assignor to United 

States Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Composition 

of butadiene-acrylonitrile copolymer and styrene- 

acrylonitrile copolymer. 2,439,202, Apr. 6. 
Daly, Lawrence E., Osceola, and J. F. Schott, Mishawaka, 

Ind., assignors to United States Rubber Company, New 

York, N. Y. Making cellular thermoplastic receptacles. 

2,452,999, Nov. 2. 
Daly, Thomas A., Sharon, assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Torpedo battery 

compartment. 2,447,639, Aug. 24. 
Daly, Webster J., Los Angeles, Calif. Apparatus for 

inspection of articles by means of X-ray photographs. 

2,456,816, Dec. 21. 
Dalzen, Frederick R., assignee, trustee : See — 

Overstedt, Ernest A. 
Dalzen, Louella M., assignee, trustee : See — 

Overstedt, Ernest A. 
Dalzen, Russel, assignee, trustee : See — 

Overstedt, Ernest A. 
Dalzen Trust, assignee : See — 

Overstedt, Ernest A. 
Daman, Arthur C, assignor to Mining Process and Patent 

Company, Denver, Colo. Load ring for V-belts. 

2,436,381, Feb. 24. 
D'Amico, Paul M., Philadelphia, Pa. Stuffing tube. 

2,450,883, Oct. 12. 
Damschroder, Rudolph E., and M. E. Kauffman, assignors 

to Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Removal 

of photographically active ingredients from gelatin. 

2,449,980, Sept. 28. 
Dana, Charles A., North Plainfield, N. J., assignor to 

Westinghouse Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Locking apparatus for elevator platforms. 2,437,999, 

Mar. 16. 
Dana Corporation, assignee : See — 
Miller, Kay. 

Peterson, Carl D., and Barth. 
Peterson, Carl D. and Deimel. 
Thelander, W. Vincent. 
Dance, Darnell A., Salem, Ark. Static eliminator for 

radio receiving sets. 2,438,272, Mar. 23. 
Dance, Eldred L. : See — 

Hill, Howard W., and Dance. 
D'Andrea, James : See — 

Johnson, Nolan L., and D'Andrea. 
Danel, Pierre F., assignor to Ateliers Neyret-Beylier & 

Piccard-Pictet [Societe Anonyme], Grenoble, France. 

Concentration canal of installations for recovering 

energy from sea waves. 2,435,576, Feb. 10. 
Danel, Pierre F., assignor to Ateliers Neyret-Beylier & 

Piccard-Pictet (Societe Anonyme), Grenoble, France. 

Sea wave power installation. 2,436,793, Mar. 2. 
Danforth, Joseph D., Riverside, assignor to Universal Oil 

Products Company, Chicago, 111. Production of N.N 

dibutyl phenethylamine. 2,449,644, Sept. 21. 
Danforth, Richard S., Berkeley, Calif. Anchor. 2,451,719, 

Oct. 19. 
Dangelmajer, Charles, Nutley, assignor to Resistoflex Cor- 
poration, Belleville, N. J. Plasticized polyvinyl alcohol 

compositions. 2,448,358, Aug. 31. 
Daniel, Arthur F., Fairhaven, N. J., assignor to the United 

States of America as represented by the Secretary of 

War. Sealing device for dry cells. 2,447,493. Aug. 24. 
Daniel, Daniel J., Fort Smith, Ark. Combination imple- 
ment. 2,434,550, Jan. 13. 
Daniel, Elias L., Los Angeles, Calif. Hand operated nut 

cracker with reciprocating jaw. 2,444,634, July 6. 
Daniel, Frederick K., Kew Gardens, assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Sun Chemical Corporation, New York, 

N. Y. Fractionation of lacteal liquids. 2,437,080, 

Mar. 2. 
Daniel, Harry M., assignee : See — 

Jones, Frank A. 
Daniel, Lewis H., Annapolis, Md. Self-sealing closure for 

containers. 2,436,291, Feb. 17. 
Daniel, Palo R., Houston, Tex. Machine for forming 

louvered fins for radiator cores. 2,443,377, June 15. 
Daniel, Thomas A. : See — 

Blaisdell, Charles O., and Daniel. 
Daniel, Walter, assignor to The Troy Sunshade Company, 

Troy, Ohio. Tillable umbrella. 2,441,689, May 18. 
Daniel, Walter C. : See — 

Bader, Harry J., and Daniel. 
Daniell, Warren F., assignor to Great Northern Paper 

Company, Millinocket, Maine. Log debarking apparatus. 

2,436,555, Feb. 24. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



assignor to Arenco 
Fish dressing ma- 
Sleeve head pad for 



Daniels, Amy J., North Wilbraham, Mass. Holder for in- 
travenous apparatus. 2,449,882, Sept. 21. 

Daniels, Henry L., Kell, 111. Portable projector table. 

2,455,408, Dec. 7. 
Daniels, Oscar C, Sr., Oriental, N. C. Tonsillectome. 

2,436,989, Mar. 2. 
Danielsson, Paul, Stora Essingen, 
Aketiebolag, Stockholm, Sweden, 
chine. 2,437,081, Mar. 2. 

Danilin, Irving A., New York, N. Y. 
garments. 2,440,368, Apr. 27. 

Danley, Jeannette D., assignee : See — 
Messick, Turner B. 

Danlos, Pierre, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France. Obtaining mul- 
ticolor pictures. 2,447,687, Aug. 24. 

Dann, Charles W., Orange, assignor to Thomas A. Edison, 
Incorporated, West Orange, N. J. Electrical connector. 
2,450,271, Sept. 28. 

Dann, John R. : See — 

Parson, William F., and Dann. 

Dannenberg, Hans : See — 

Adelson, David E., and Dannenberg. 
Morris, Rupert C, Dannenberg, and Finch. 

Dannenberg, Hans, Berkeley, assignor to Shell Develop- 
ment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Stabilization of 
unsaturated ketones. 2,444,006, June 22. 

Dan River Mills, Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Carroll, William B., Jr. 
Littlejohn, Robert A. 
Newton, Russell B. 
Womble, Glenn F. 

Dansard, Felix J. M., St.-Chamond, France. Extensible 
electric conductor. 2,441,236, May 11. 

Dansereau, Charles E., Lakewood, assignor of one-half to 
H. M. Burt, Narragansett, and one-half to G. H. Burt, 
Cranston, R. I. Tubular lamp mounting. 2,436,250, 
Feb. 17. 

Dansereau, George H., Johnston, assignor to H. M. and 
G. H. Burt, doing business as The Lloyd Products Com- 
pany, Providence, R. I. Lamp holder for fluorescent 
lamps. 2,441,871, May 18. 

Daon, Rene, assignor to Yankee Metal Products Corp., Nor- 
walk, Conn. Rearview mirror mounting. 2,455,919, Dec. 
14. 

Dapco Products, Inc., assignee : See — 
Hadley, Harold F. 

Dapprich, William R., Baldwin Township, Allegheny 
County, Pa. Metal-working or like tool. 2,456,682, 
Dec. 21. 

Darash, Nicholas P., assignor to The Warner & Swasey 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Machine tool. 2,445,386, 
July 20. 

Darby, Douglas, assignee : See — 
Swain, Frank Edward. 

Darby, Joseph R., Richmond Heights, assignor, to Mon- 
santo Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Heat stabi- 
lized polyvinyl chloride compositions. 2,457,035, Dec. 21. 

Darby, Paul F., Long Hill, Conn., and L. A. Nevala, Rich- 
land, Wash., assignors to Remington Arms Company, 
Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Electrical conductivity testing 
machine. 2,451,613, Oct. 19. 

Darbyahire, Richard W., Trenton, assignor to Wyandotte 
Chemicals Corporation, Wyandotte, Mich. Precipitation 
of basic calcium hypochlorite. 2,436,745, Feb. 24. 

Dardelet Threadlock Corporation, assignee : See — 
Evans, Edwin R. 

Darden, Walter G., Houston, Tex. Bicycle handle bar 
and seat attachment. 2,448,867, Sept. 7. 

DArdenne, Walter H., Jenkintown Manor, assignor to 
to Heintz Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Rocket stop assembly. 2,448,962, Sept. 7. 

DArdenne, Walter H., Jenkintown Manor, W. Devore, 
Horsham Township, Montgomery County, R. W. Wolf, 
Philadelphia, and T. E. Boyd, Melrose Park, assignors 
to Heintz Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Mobile gun mount. 2.439,564, Apr. 13. 

Dare, Curtis T., assignor to Ex-Cell-O Corporation, De- 
troit, Mich. Machine tool. 2,442,868, June 8. 

Darkins, Samuel P. : See — 

Wilson, George V., and Darkins. 

Darley, William G., Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Luminaire. 2,439,885, Apr. 
20. 

Darling, Louis EL Vallejo, Calif., assignor to Fol-Gaf 
Limited. Cargo hook. 2,436,990, Mar. 2. 

Darling, Samuel M., assignor to The Standard Oil Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Conversion of hydrocarbons in 
the presence of a catalyst comprising alumina and an 
oxyfluoride of beryllium, titanium or zirconium. 
2,449,001, Sept. 14. 

Darlington, Harold N., Birkenhead, and H. Holdsworth, 
Wlrral, assignors to Commercial Solvents (Great 
Britain) Limited, Bromborough Port, England. Dis- 
tillatlon of acetone ethanol, and butanol, from aqueous 
solutions thereof. 2,454,734. Nov. 23. 

Darlington, Sidney, assignor to Bell Telephone Laborato- 
ries, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. BombslglU com- 
puter. 2,4.'18,112, Mar. 23. 

Darlington, Sidney, New York, N. Y., and C. H. Townes, 
Mendham, and D. E. Wooldrldge, Chatham, N. J., assign- 
ors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New 
York, N. Y. Computing bombslght. 2,439,381, Apr. 13. 



Darlington, Sidney, assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Variable fre- 
quency oscillator. 2,441,567, May 18. 

Darmody, William J., Philadelphia, Pa. Play-minimizing 
means for adjustable gauging members. 2,447,000, 
Aug. 17. 

Darnall, James C, Hyattsville, Md. Exterior bomb con- 
tainer for aircraft. 2,451,476, Oct. 19. 

Darnell, Richard C, Champaign, 111. Device for hidden 
explosive mines. 2,448,020, Aug. 31. 

Darnell, Victor L., Centerville, assignor to The Master 
Electric Company, Dayton, Ohio. Hoist. 2,450,718, 
Oct. 5. 

Darsie, Burns : See — ■ 

Chase, Irwin, and Darsie. 

Darsie, Burns, Bayonne, N. J., assignor to Electrjc Boat 
Company, Groton, Conn. Gun aiming and firing means. 
2,451,614, Oct. 19. 

Darsie, William W., assignee : See — 
Ogden, Ashley G. 

Darvie, Irving : See — 

Darvie, Samuel and I., and Pearlman. 

Darvie, Samuel and I., and S. Pearlman, New York, N. Y. 
Clasp. 2,455,236, Nov. 30. 

Darworth, Inc., assignee : See — 
Hullinger, Carl D. 

Dasher, Don E. : See — 

Singleton, William W., and Dasher. 

Dasher, Don E., assignor to Bendix Aviation Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Apparatus for testing friction material. 
2,441,993, May 25. 

Dasher, Paul J., Stow, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. Good- 
rich Company, New York, N. Y. Self-sealing fuel tank. 
2,438,965, Apr. 6. 

Dashew, Robert L., deceased, Baltimore, Md., by R. L. 
Dashew, administratrix, Pittsburgh, Pa. Knot tying 
mechanism. 2,454,689, Nov. 23. 

Dashew, Ruth L., administratrix : See — - 
Dashew, Robert L. 

Dashman. Francis, New York, N. Y. Trout reel. 2,436,422, 
Feb. 24. 

DAssis-Fonseca, Evelyn Cecil Muschamp, assignor to 
The Bristol Aeroplane Company Limited, Bristol, Eng- 
land. Gun turret for aircraft. 2,448,704, Sept. 7. 

D'Assis-Fonseca, Harold M. M. : See — 

Bowsher, Edward A. H., DAssis-Fonseca, and Ward. 

Dath, George E., assignor to W. H. Miner, Inc., Chicago, 
111. Combined spring and friction shock absorber. 
2,441,620, May 18. 

Dath, George E., assignor to W. H. Miner, Inc., Chicago, 
111. Friction shock absorbing mechanism. 2,452,108, 
Oct. 26. 

Dath, George E., assignor to W. H. Miner, Inc., Chicago, 
111. Friction shock absorber. 2,452,637, Nov. 2. 

Dath. George E., Mokena, assignor to W. H. Miner, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Friction shock absorber for railway draft 
riggings. 2,436,917, Mar. 2. 

Dath, George E., Mokena, assignor to W. H. Miner, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Friction shock absorbing mechanism for 
railway draft riggings. 2,439,843, Apr. 20. 

Dath, George E., Mokena, assignor to W. H. Miner, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Snubbing means. 2,439,925, Apr. 20. 

Dath. George E., Mokena, assignor to W. H. Miner, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Friction shock absorbing mechanisms for 
railway draft riggings. 2,440,714, May 4. 

Dath, George E., Mokena. assignor to W. H. Miner, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Friction shock absorbing mechanism for 
railway car buffers. 2,441,187, May 11. 

Dath, George E., Mokena, assignor to W. H. Miner, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Friction shock absorbing mechanisms for 
railway draft riggings. 2,442,799, June 8. 

Dath, George E., Mokena, assignor to W. H. Miner, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Railway draft gear friction shock ab- 
sorbing mechanism. 2,446,215, Aug. 3. 

Dath, George E., Mokena, assignor to W. H. Miner, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Friction shock absorbing mechanism for 
railway draft riggings. 2,446,639, Aug. 10. 

Dath, George E., Mokena, assignor to W. H. Miner, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Car-end buffer. 2,448,138, Aug. 31. 

Dath, George E., Mokena, assignor to W. H. Miner, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Friction shock absorbing mechanism for 
railway draft riggings. 2,448,139, Aug. 31. 

Dath, George E., Mokena, assignor to W. H. Miner, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Door fastener. 2,451,537, Oct. 19. 

Dath, George E., Mokena, assignor to W. H. Miner, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Locking means for rotary actuating bars 
of door fasteners. 2,452,109. Oct. 20. 

Daub, Rudolph, West Caldwell, N. J. Internal-combustion 
engine. 2,451.322, Oct. 12. 

Daudt, William H. : See- 
Hyde, James F., and Daudt. 

Daudt, William H., assignor to Corning Glass Works, 
Corning, N. Y. Heat transfer media. 2,444,555, 
July 6. 

Daudt, William H., assignor to Corning Glass Works, 
Corning, N. Y. Organo-disiloxane and methods of pre- 
paring it. 2,451,664, Oct. 19. 

Daugherty, Charles C, assignor to The Chatham Chemical 
Company, Siler City, N. C. Making manganous sulfate. 
2,450,870, Oct. 12. 

Daugherty, George W., Orlando, Fla. Hitch. 2,436,556, 
Feb. 24. 

Daugherty, Lawrence : See — 

Marlowe, Mark K., and Daugherty. 






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Daul, George C. : See — 

Reid, John D., and Daul. 

Daulton, Benjamin H., assignor to The Irwin Auger Bit 
Company, Wilmington, Ohio. Manufacturing auger bits. 
2,453,000, Nov. 2. 

Dauni, Edwin W., assignor to James Clark Jr., Electric 
Company, Louisville, Ky. Combination positive clutch 
and torque responsive friction coupling. 2,446,363, 
Aug. 3. 

D'Avaucourt, Pierre D., Bainbridge, Pa. Lens chuck. 
2,441,472, May 11. 

D'Avaucourt, Pierre D., Bainbridge, Pa. Wire saw strand. 
2,451,383, Oct. 12. 

Daven Company, assignee : See — 
Doucette, Edmund. 

Daven Company, The, assignee : See — 
Doucette, Edmund. 
Naef, Alfred H. 
Smith, John P., Jr. 

Davenport, Belle F. : See — 

Neuhoff, Ermaline G., and Davenport. 

Davenport, Charles T., assignor to Arma Corporation, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Gyroscope stabilizing mechanism. 
2,439,418, Apr. 13. 

Davenport, Granger, Montclair, assignor to Gould & Eber- 
hardt, Incorporated, Irvington, N. J. Gear changing 
mechanism for shaping machines. 2,447,317, Aug. 17. 

Davenport, James A., assignor to The Kroger Grocery & 
Baking Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Portable checking 
counter. 2,456,817, Dec. 21. 

Davey, Edward P., and E. B. Knott, Middlesex, England, 
assignors to Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. 
Photographic emulsion containing benzal pyruvic acid 
derivatives. 2,443,157, June 8. 

Davey, Paul H., Kent, Ohio. Six-cylinder crank throw 
arrangement. 2,435,874, Feb. 10. 

Davey, Paul H., Kent, Ohio. Compressor. 2,449,930, 
Sept. 21. 

Davidson, Charles D., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Geared motor lin- 
early actuated. 2,438,545, Mar. 30. 

Davidson, David, New York, N. Y., and S. J. Kahn, Ruther- 
ford, assignors to The Trubek Laboratories, Incorpo- 
rated, East Rutherford, N. J. Method for the prepara- 
tion of methallylbenzene and related compounds. 
2,454,779, Nov. 30. 

Davidson, Glenn, Aurora, 111. Adhesives from vegetable 
proteinous material. Re. 23,052. Nov. 30. 

Davidson-, Harry S., and L. J. Gagliano, assignors to Im- 
perial Paper and Color Corporation, Glens Falls, N. Y. 
Manufacture of lead halides. 2,447,742, Aug. 24. 

Davidson, Harvey E., Tulsa, Okla., assignor to Bethlehem 
Steel Company. Exhaust spark arrester. 2,448,420, 
Aug. 31. 

Davidson, Hobart O., Swarthmore, Pa., assignor to Ameri- 
can Viscose Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Apparatus 
for handling viscose solutions. 2,439,619, Apr. 13. 

Davidson, Isaac F., Portland, Oreg. Transmission. 
2,439,079, Apr. 6. 

Davidson, James, assignor to Toronto Carpet Manufac- 
turing Co. Limited, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Auto- 
matic knockoff device for ring twisting and spinning 
machines. 2,452,910, Nov. 2. 

Davidson, John, Jr., Montclair, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Telephone system. Re. 22,958, Jan. 6. 

Davidson, John H., V. S. Navy, South Haven, assignor 
to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Herbi- 
cides. 2,435,204, Feb. 3. 

Davidson, John T., P. H. Williams, L. N. Lehman, J. R. 
Ganger, J. H. Crawford, and H. F. Sadgebury, assignors 
to The National Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio. 
Forward and reverse tabulating mechanism for ac- 
counting machines. 2,442,402, June 1. 

Davidson, Lloyd H., Connersville, Ind., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Avco Manufacturing Corporation. 
Sterilized toilet seat. 2,440,231, Apr. 20. 

Davidson, Lloyd H., Connersville, Ind., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Avco Manufacturing Corporation. 
Sterilized toilet seat. 2,440,232, Apr. 20. 

Davidson Manufacturing Corporation, assignee : See— 
Davidson, William W., Trydal, and Breman. 

Davidson, Norman R., Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Electron diffraction camera. 
2,435,386, Feb. 3. 

Davidson, Norman R., Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Electron diffraction system 
and method. 2,453,412, Nov. 9. 

Davidson, William D., assignor to Emsco Derrick & Equip- 
ment Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Brake drum as- 
sembly. 2.457,352, Dec. 28. 

Davidson, William L. : See — 

Davles, John M., Shipman, and Davidson. 

Davidson, William W., Evanston, and N. Trydal and F. J. 
Breman, Chicago, 111., assignors to Davidson Manufac- 
turing Corporation. Gripper mechanism for printing 
presses. 2,436,765, Feb. 24. 

Davie, Owen H., assignor to A. C. Cossor Limited, London, 
England. Frequency modulation system. 2,445,662, 
July 20. 

Davie, Robert, Freeport, N. Y. Weathering testing device. 
2,442,759, June 8. 

Davies, Charles, New Rochelle, N. Y. Tubal insufflator. 
2,441,237, May 11. 



Davies, Charles, New Rochelle, N. Y. Ventilator. 2,456,391, 
Dec. 14. 

Davies, Drury N., assignor to Cellomold Limited, Feltham, 
England. Extrusion machine. 2,435,426, Feb. 3. 

Davies, John M., J. J. Shipman, and W. L. Davidson, 
Akron, Ohio, assignors to The B. F. Goodrich Company, 
New York, N. Y. Self-sealing fuel tank construction. 
2,446,815, Aug. 10. 

Davies, Ray L. : See — 

Earley, Samuel C. and N. B., and Sanders, Skareen, 
Davies, and Hughes. 

Davis, Alan C, East Haddam, Conn. Device for pre- 
venting overtravel of operating mechanisms. 2,454,636, 
Nov. 23. 

Davis, Albert G., Newton Center, Mass., assignor to The 
Nevins-Church Press, New York, N. Y. Combined dis- 
pensing and blade holding box. 2,451,382, Oct. 12. 

Davis, Archibald H., Washington, D. C. Composite strand 
and fabric. 2,448,782, Sept. 7. 

Davis, Archibald H., Jr., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to 
American Machine and Metals, Inc., Moline, 111. Dis- 
charge valve. 2,443,816, June 22. 

Davis, Archibald H., Jr., University Heights, assignor to 
The Apex Electrical Manufacturing Co., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Liquid measuring device. 2,451,154, Oct. 12. 

Davis, Arnold R., Riverside, Conn., assignor to American 
Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Aqueous rubber 
dispersions. 2,445,740, July 20. 

Davis, Arthur C, Burbank, Calif. Polarized relav. 
2,437,726, Mar. 16. 

Davis, Arthur E., Queens Village, assignor to Royal Type- 
writer Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Ribbon guide 
for typewriters or like machines. 2,442,233, May 25. 

Davis, Charles, Los Angeles, Calif. Clogged drain flushing 
device. 2,436,634, Feb. 24. 

Davis, Charles P. : See — 

Schideler, Pierre, and Davis. 

Davis, Clyde W., Antioch, P. H. Dirstine, Berkeley, and 
W. E. Brown, Antioch, Calif., assignors to The Dow 
Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Making perchlor- 
ethylene. 2,442,323, May 25. 

Davis, Cortland W., Summitville, Ind., assignor to The 
Mantle Lamp Company of America, Chicago, 111. 
Mounting for inverted incandescent mantles. 2.452,438, 
Oct. 26. 

Davis, Dwillard J., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Avco Manu- 
facturing Corporation. Spot milling tubular blank for- 
propeller blades. 2,437,317, Mar. 9. 

Davis, Dwillard J., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Avco 
Manufacturing Corporation. Apparatus for measuring 
wall thickness of propeller blades. 2,453,306, Nov. 9. 

Davis, Edward A., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Power transmis- 
sion belt. 2,444,007, June 22. 

Davis, Edward R., and H. W. Doughty, Jr., assignors to 
Foster Machine Company, Westfield, Mass. Yarn wind- 
ing machine. 2,436,557, Feb. 24. 

Davis, Elmer M., St. Paul, Minn., assignor to Swift & 
Company, Chicago, 111. Poultry shackle. 2,448,421, 
Aug. 31. 

Davis, Elmer W., Newton Center, Mass. Writing imple- 
ment. 2,446, 044, July 27. 

Davis Engineering Corporation, assignee : See — 
Davis, Howard C, and Thompson. 

Davis, Evan W., Spokane, Wash. Bolt holding tool. 
2,454,309, Nov. 23. 

Davis, Francis H., O. C. Emerson, and P. A. Newman, 
assignors to Ross Gear & Tool Company, Lafayette, Ind 
Reverse brake. 2,447,167, Aug. 17. 

Davis, Francis W., Belmont, Mass. Knife sharpener 
2,446,909, Aug. 10. 

Davis, Frank L., College Point, N. Y. Cargo tie-down. 
2,442,266, May 25. 

Davis, Frank L., College Point, N. Y. Cargo blanket. 
2,455,237, Nov. 30. 

Davis, Frank L., Jr., Kenilworth, N. J. Drawing appara- 
tus (perspectograph). 2,442,117, May 25. 

Davis & Furber Machine Company, assignee : See 

Kooistra, John A. 

Davis, Garland H. B., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Apparatus for produc- 
ing artificial fog. 2.451,019, Oct. 12. 

Davis, Garland H. B., Hillside, and J. C. Zimmer, Union, 
N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. 
Nonfoaming compositions and methods of making same 
2,435,205, Feb. 3. 

Davis, Garland H. B., Hillside, and J. C. Zimmer, Union 
N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development Company 
Nonfoaming compositions. 2,435,206, Feb. 3. 

Davis, George B., Jr., Green Acres, Md. Incandescent 
lamp. 2,442,845, June 8. 

Davis, George B., Jr., Green Acres, Md., assignor to the 
United States of America as represented by the Secre- 
tary of War. Subcaliber gun mount. 2,454,276, Nov. 

Davis, George B., Jr., Washington, D. C, and I. F. Rosen- 
krantz, Greenbelt, Md. Firing mechanism. 2,444,920, 
July 13. 

Davis, George F., assignor to The High Standard Manu- 
facturing Corporation, New Haven, Conn. Adjustable 
sight for firearms. 2,438,601, Mar. 30. 

Davis, Gerhold O. : See — 

Hansen, Edward, and Davis. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Davis, Harold G., Denver, Colo. Dishwashing machine. 

2,446,693, Aug. 10. 
Davis, Harold J., Kenmore, N. Y., assignor to Curtiss- 
Wright Corporation. Tab control mechanism. 2,435,922, 
Feb. 10. 
Davis, Harold S., Riverside, and E. L. Carpenter, Old 
Greenwich, Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Production of acrylonitrile. 
2,452,554, Nov. 2. 
Davis, Harold S., Riverside, Conn., and H. A. Newey, 
Richmond, Calif., assignors to American Cyanamid 
Company, New York, N. Y. Production of acrylonitrile. 
2,454,308, Nov. 23. 
Davis, Harry O., Portland, Oreg. Adjustable base for 
holding Christmas trees and the like. 2,441,473, May 
11. 
Davis, Helen C, London, England. Supporting stand for 

flatirons. 2,452,439, Oct. 26. 
Davis, Henry S., West Haven, Conn. Automatic signaling 
mechanism for automobiles and other vehicles. 
2,446,870, Aug. 10. 
Davis, Henry S., West Haven, Conn. Signaling system for 

automobiles and other vehicles. 2,446,871, Aug. 10. 
Davis, Herbert L., Highland Park, N. J., and L. R. B. 
Hervey, West Concord, Mass., assignors to Johnson & 
Johnson. Wash resistant filter media. 2,437,082, 
Mar. 2. 
Davis, Howard C, Elizabeth, and W. H. Thompson, 
Chatham, assignors to Davis Engineering Corporation, 
Elizabeth, N. J. Water still with deaerator. 2,445,907, 
July 27. 
Davis, Hyman R., Jackson Heights, assignor to The Lum- 
mus Company, New York, N. Y. Hydrocarbon extraction 
apparatus. 2,451,433, Oct. 12. 
Davis, J. P., assignee, et al. : See — 

Edmondson, Joseph D. 
Davis, James A., Scarsdale, assignor to The Texas Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Utilizing gas mixtures in the 
alkylation of aromatic hydrocarbons. 2,439,080, Apr. 6. 
Davis, John L. : See — 

Sellers, Jesse E., and Davis. 
Davis, John V., and J. S. Hoffman, assignors to The 
Udylite Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Filter. 2,457,449, 
Dec. 28. 
Davis, Joseph, South Orange, assignor to Joseph Davis 
Plastics Co., Arlington, N. J. Utensil. 2,438,546, Mar. 
30. 
Davis, Joseph, Plastics Co., assignee : See — 

Davis, Joseph. 
Davis, Latta O., Greenfield, Ind. Screened storm sash. 

2,446,743, Aug. 10. 
Davis, Lawrence C, Miami, Fla. Amusement device. 

2,445,387, July 20. 
Davis, Lee Y., Atlanta, Ga. Horse collar. 2,450,719, 

Oct. 5. 
Davis, Leo, New York, N. Y. Alphabet jigsaw game. 

2,445,421, July 20. 
Davis, Leonard J. : See — 

Kinman, Thomas H., and Davis. 
Davis, Lewis, and E. C. Tuukkanen, Worcester, assignors 
to McLaurin-Jones Co., Brookfield, Mass. Sealing and 
reinforcing cartons with tape and the tape as an article 
of manufacture. 2,440,193, Apr. 20. 
Davis, Marian Van Trine, assignee, et al. : See — 

Van Trine, Ralph. 
Davis, Marion V. T., assignee : See — 

Van Trine, Ralph. 
Davis, Neville R., Bisham, assignor to Sun-Vic Controls 
Limited, London, England. Electronic relay arrange- 
ment. 2,448,422, Aug. 31. 
Davis, Norman R. : See — 

Geist, Sidney R., Sr., and Davis. 
Davis, Orrie E., Ballston Spa, N. Y. Easel bracket. 

2,451,020, Oct. 12. 
Davis, Orris L. : See — 

Nixon, Alan C, and Davis. 
Davis, Orris L., Oakland, and A. C. Nixon, Berkeley, 
assignors to Shell Development Company, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. Treating hydrocarbons. 2,434,839, Jan. 20. 
Davis, P. H., Jr., assignee : See — 

Horton, David L.. Jr. 
Davis, P. Malcolm, et al. : See — 

Van Derhoef, Henry E., and Davis. 
Davis, Ralph B., Okmulgee, Okla. Article holder. 

2,445.600. July 20. 
Davis, Ralph B., Prestonsburg, Ky. Aircraft propulsion 

mechanism. 2,438,151, Mar. 23. 
Davis, Raymond R., assignor to Paragon Revolute Cor- 
poration, Rochester, N. Y. Quartz lamp assembly. 
2,457,353, Dec. 28. 
Davis, Robert F., Falls Church, Va., assignor to Well 
Surveys, Incorporated, Tulsa, Okla. Well perforator. 
2,440,640, Aug. 10. 
Davis, Robert F., Hibbing, Minn. Vertical axis cone and 

shell mill. 2,455,505, Dec. 7. 
Davis, Robert H. : Bee — 

Halller, Albert H., Harris, KIncald, Denson, and Davis. 
Davis, Robert J., Lutherville, Md., assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, New York, N. Y. Amplifier and 
oscillator circuit. 2,439,844, Apr. 20. 
Davis, Russell E., St. Louis, Mo., assignor to nussmann 
Refrigerator Co. Automatic temperature control for 
refrigerated open-top display cases. 2,444,593, July 6. 



lder. 



Davis, Russell E., and T. E. Weber, St. Louis, Mo., as- 
signors, to Hussmann Refrigerator Co. Lock-joint panel 
construction. 2,446,323, Aug. 3. 

Davis, Sydney B., assignor of twenty-five per cent to L. R. 
Kielmeyer, Nerstrand, Minn. Flag holder and displayer. 
2,452,842, Nov. 2. 

Davis, Thomas J., San Francisco, Calif. Centering device. 
2,451,720, Oct. 19. 

Davis, Valter V., Tuscaloosa, Ala. Scanning camera. 
2,448,084, Aug. 31. 

Davis, Walter M., Jamaica Plain, Mass., assignor to Mon- 
santo Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Making pellets. 
2.436,766, Feb. 24. 

Davis, Walter M., Jamaica Plain, Mass., assignor to 
Monsanto Chemical Company, St. Louis. Mo. Recover- 
ing phthalic anhydride. 2,448,868, Sept. 7. 

Davis, Wilfred O., London, England, assignor to S. Smith 
& Sons (England) Limited. Transmission for measur- 
ing instruments. 2,442,722, June 1. 

Davis, William L., Jr. : See — 
Quady, John C, and Davis. 

Davis, William S., Jr., Pittsburgh, Pa., and D. L. Wright, 
Westfield, N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development 
Company. Corrosion preventive. 2,453,833, Nov. 16. 

Davison Chemical Corporation, The, assignee : See — 
Hartlove, Leslie T. 
Isanogle, Paul D., and Replogle. 
Litty, Frederick L., Jr. 
Reynolds, Howard H. 
Shoeld, Mark. 
Tongue, Thomas O. 
Weir, Horace M. 

Davison, Edward D., Waukegan, 111. Switch box holder 
2,448,359, Aug. 31. 

Davisson, Harold T. : See — 

Baker, Vincent T., Davisson, and Parker. 

Dawes, Chester L. : See — 

Boughton, Willis A., Dawes, and Mansfield. 

Dawes, Robert T. and F. T., Hudson, Mass. Elastic 
parachute shroud and making it. 2,452,228, Oct. 26. 

Dawes, Travis J. : See — 

Graves, Arnold, and Dawes. 

Dawley, Clarence E. : See — 

Arnott, Edward G. F., and Dawley. 
Arnott, Edward G. F., Slack, and Dawley. 
Slack, Charles M., and Dawley. 

Dawley, Francis H., Silver Creek, N. Y. Vineyard culti- 
vator. 2,441,198, May 25. 

Dawsey, Lynn H., and R. R. Umhoefer, Kenmore, and C. 
R. Muehlhausser, assignors to Buffalo Electro-Chemical 
Company, Inc., Tonawanda, N. Y. Manufacture of hy- 
drogen peroxide. 2,455,238, Nov. 30. 

Dawson, Albert J., Sewickley, assignor to Dravo Cor- 
poration, Pittsburgh, Pa. Insulated wall construction 
for hulls, deck houses, and the like. 2,437,509, Mar. 9. 

Dawson, Charles A., South Pasadena, assignor to Lock- 
head Aircraft Corporation, Burbank, Calif. Portable 
riveting machine. 2,454,596, Nov. 23. 

Dawson, Charles R. : See — 

Keil, Harr, Dawson, and Wasserman. 

Dawson, Edward, New York, F. M. Watkins, Forest Hills, 
and C. N. Schuh, Jr., Bellerose, N. Y., assignors to The 
Sperry Corporation. Hydraulic remote operating sys- 
tem. 2,445,765, July 27. 

Dawson, Edward, New York, and J. R. Ericson, Westbury, 
N. Y., assignors to The Sperry Corporation. Pressure 
measuring apparatus. 2,450,884, Oct. 12. 

Dawson, Fred, West Roxbury, assignor to Compo Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Boston, Mass. Shoe pressing 
apparatus. 2,445,565, July 20. 

Dawson, John AV., Auburndale, assignor to Raytheon 
Manufacturing Company, Newton, Mass. Welding sys- 
tem. 2,440.247, Apr. 27. 

Dawson, John W., West Newton, assignor to Raytheon 
Manufacturing Company, Newton, Mass. Gyro-con- 
trolled stabilizing system. 2,433,837, Jan. 6. 

Dawson, John W., West Newton, assignor to Raytheon 
Manufacturing Company, Newton, Mass. Spot-welding 
mechanism. 2,435,577, Feb. 10. 

Dawson, John W., West Newton, assignor to Raytheon 
Manufacturing Company, Newton, Mass. Method and 
apparatus for charging an electrical condenser. 
2,436,794, Mar. 2. 
Dawson, John W., West Newton, and H. Klemperer, Bel- 
mont, assignors to Raytheon Manufacturing Company, 
Newton, Mass. Ignition circuits for vapor discharge 
devices. 2,444,921, July 13. 

Dawson, Oliver H., and H. G. Cornell, Baytown, Tex., 
assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. Ex- 
traction of methyl chloride from hydrocarbons. 
2,443,229, June 15. 
Dawson, Philip J., Beckenham, Kent, assignor to The 
Minister of Aircraft Production, London, England. 
Fuse for projectiles. 2,446,268, Aug. 3. 

Dawson, Wilfrid L., assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Object locating 
apparatus. 2,440,248, Apr. 27. 

Day, Bernard C, and M. H. Arms, assignors to Bryant 
Chucking Grinder Company, Springfield, Vt. Bevel gear 
holding fixture. 2,443,895, June 22. 

Day, Charles B., Colorado Springs, Colo. Sprinkling hose 

support. 2,439,684, Apr. 13. 
Day, Dewey D., assignor to The Murray Company, Dallas, 
Tex. Combination drier and cleaner. 2,446,130, 
July 27. 



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Day, Harold M., Cos Cob, and D. W. Jayne, Jr., Old 
Greenwich, Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid 
Company, New York, N. Y. Isopropylidene-p-phenoxy- 
2-ethanol-p-phenoxyacetic acid. 2,444,594, July 6. 

Day, Herbert O., Bowling Green, Ohio. Hydraulic actu- 
ating mechanism for dump trucks. 2,449,202, Sept. 14. 

Day, Herbert O., Bowling Green, Ohio. Pivoting hydraulic 
power cylinders for dump trucks. 2,453,975, Nov. 16. 

Day, Irving W., Cranston, R. I., assignor to Universal 
Winding Company, Boston, Mass. Winding machine. 
2,450,187, Sept. 28. 

Day, Morgan R. : See — 

Maeder, Henry G., Jr., and Day. 

Day, William P., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The In- 
ternational Vibration Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Rotor 
for vibrator units. 2,438,206, Mar. 23. 

Day-Brite Lighting, Inc., assignee : See — 
Biller, David J. 

Daybrook Hydraulic Corporation, The, assignee : See — 
Torgersen, Norman E. 

Daymon, Wilson, Hamden, Conn. Holder for disk-type 
phonograph records. 2,446,641, Aug. 10. 

Dayton Acme Co., assignee : See — 
Parry, Robert D. 

Dayton, James A., Litchfield, assignor to The Turner & 
Seymour Mfg. Co., Torrington, Conn. Tufting button. 
2,446,816, Aug. 10. 

Dayton Rubber Company, The, assignee : See — 
Bacon, Henry M. 
Bacon, Henry R. 
Lofton, Edgar K. 
Rockoff, Joseph. 

Dayton Steel Foundry Company, The, assignee : See — 
Miller, Elmer L. 

Dazley, Frederick C, Stratford, and J. M. Pistey, Fair- 
field, Conn., assignors to General Electric Company. 
Starting switch. 2,447,318, Aug. 17. 

Deakin, Gerald, assignor to International Standard Elec- 
tric Corporation, New York, N. Y. Telephone exchange 
system. Re. 23,054, Dec. 7. 

Deakin, Gerald, assignor to International Standard Elec- 
tric Corporation, New York, N. Y. Electrical impulse 
sending device. 2,434,910, Jan. 27. 

Deakin, Gerald, assignor to International Standard Elec- 
tric Corporation, New York, N. Y. Telephone system 
employing key type call transmitter. 2.438,496, Mar. 30. 

Deakin, Gerald, assignor to International Standard Elec- 
tric Corporation, New York, N. Y. Key controlled 
numerical digit register equipped with discharge tube 
means. 2,440,249, Apr. 27. 

Deakin, Gerald, assignor to International Standard Elec- 
tric Corporation, New York, N. Y. Telephone register 
control system. 2,447,494, Aug. 24. 

Deakin, Gerald, assignor to International Standard Elec- 
tric Corporation, New York, N. Y. Electromagnetic 
relay structure. 2,449,981, Sept. 28. 

Deakin, Gerald, assignor to International Standard Elec- 
tric Corporation, New York, N. Y. Telecommunication 
switching system. 2,454,780, Nov. 30. 

Deakin, Gerald, assignor to International Standard Elec- 
tric Corporation, New York, N. Y. Matched potential 
control system. 2,454,781, Nov. 30. 

Deakins, Grover C, Orange, assignor of one-half to L. A. 
Baker, Anaheim, Calif. Apparatus for forming irriga- 
tion mounds. 2,455,566, Dec. 7. 

Deal, Alvin E., Morrisonville, 111. Combined tractor and 
truck body. 2,442,889, June 8. 

Deal, Mildred T., Cleveland, Ohio. Reweaving machine. 
2,449,691, Sept. 21. 

Dean, Beatrice M., Los Angeles, Calif. Strainer. 2,451,074, 
Oct. 12. 

Dean, George A., Radburn, N. J., assignor to Curtiss- 
Wright Corporation. Deicing system for propeller 
blades. 2,449,457, Sept. 14. 

Dean, John N., Westerham, E. W. Smith, Beechcroft, 
Chistlehurst, and R. Sear, London, assignors to Tele- 
graph Construction & Maintenance Company, Limited, 
Greenwich, London, England. High-frequency electric 
conductors and cables. 2,447.168. Aug. 17. 

Dean, Reginald S., Salt Lake City, Utah, assignor to Chi- 
cago Development Company, Chicago, 111. Treatment of 
titanium. 2,453,896, Nov. 16. 

Dean, Robert A., Minneapolis, Minn. Dental mirror. 
2,434.311, Jan. 13. 

Dean, Russell T., Stamford, Conn., and V. L. King and 
N. A. Laury, Bound Brook, N. J., assignors to American 
Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Recovery of 
nicotinic acid from dilute solutions. 2,447,234, Aug. 17. 

Dean, Russell T.. Stamford, and E. O. Hook, Darien, Conn., 
assignors to American Cyanamid Company, New York, 
N. Y. Production of thiodihydracrylic acids. 2,450,634. 
Oct. 5. 

Dean, Troy O., Houston, Tex. Door hook. 2,454,690, 
Nov. 23. 

Dean. Walter N., et al. : See — 
Isbister, Eric J., and Dean. 

Dean, Walter N., Larchmont, N. Y., assignor to The Sperry 
Corporation. Pulse generator. 2,435,958, Feb. 17. 

Dean. William H., Darlington, England. Percussive tool. 
2,438,777, Mar. 30. 

Dean, William W. H., Pointe Claire, Quebec, Canada, as- 
signor to Radio Corporation of America. Apparatus for 
determining the weight and center of gravity of vehicles. 
2,443,098, June 8. 



Deane, Earl C, North Kansas City, Mo. Pneumatic tim- 
ing switch for electric circuits. 2,450,329, Sept. 28. 
Deane, Henry N., assignor to Simplex Time Recorder Co., 
Gardner, Mass. Clock control mechanism. 2,447,798, 
Aug. 24. 
Deanesly, Richard M., Hinsdale, assignor to Universal Oil 
Products Company, Chicago, 111. Oxidizing alcohols. 
2,456,683, Dec. 21. 
Deans, Frederick E., and C. H. Wainwright, assignors to 
The Bentley Engineering Company Limited, Leicester, 
England. Knitting machine of the opposed needle bed 
type. 2,441,755, May 18. 
De Anthony, Robert P., Dayton. Ohio. Automatically 

locking relay. 2,441,137, May 11. 
Dearborn Chemical Company, assignee : See — 
Denman, Wayne L. 
Gunderson, Lewis O. 
May, Henry E. 
Dearborn, Henry C., Norman, Okla. Air-conditioning unit. 
2,446,411,_Aug. 3. 

E., Sacramento, Calif., assignor to 
Inc. Cream separator. 2,434,642, 



Deardorff, Clarence 
C. E. Deardorff, 
Jan. 20. 

Deardorff, Clarence 



E.. 



Sacramento, Calif., assignor to 
C. E. Deardorff, Inc. Fiberboard cream separating milk 
container. 2,436,140, Feb. 17. 

Deardorff, C. I., Inc., assignee : See — 
Deardorff, Clarence E. 

Dearing, John B., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Impedance matching device. 
2,456,770, Dec. 21. 

Dearing, Le Roy M., and I. B. Current, U. S. Navy. Appa- 
ratus for processing film. 2,455,357, Dec. 7. 

De Armond Harry, assignor to Rowe Industries. Toledo, 
Ohio. Guitar magnetic microphone. 2,455,046, Nov. 30. 

De Armond, Harry, assignor to Rowe Industries, Toledo, 
Ohio. Microphone pickup and volume control. 2,455,567, 
Dec. 7. 

Dearsley, Irwin E., assignor to Walker Manufacturing 
Company of Wisconsin, Racine, Wis. Pumping mecha- 
nism. 2,439,796, Apr. 20. 

Deatherage, Fred E., Cincinnati, assignor to The Kroger 
Grocery & Baking Company, Hamilton County, Ohio. 
Rendering lard. 2,456,684, Dec. 21. 

De Atley, Wilbur W. : See — 

Harris, Charles R., and De Atley. 

Debacher, Max O., Springfield, Mass., assignor to Mon- 
santo Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Plasticized 
polyvinyl acetal resin. 2,453,569, Nov. 9. 

Debacher, Max O., Springfield, Mass., assignor to Mon- 
santo Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Plasticized 
polyvinyl acetal resin. 2,453,570, Nov. 9. 

De Back, William, assignor to Chisholm-Ryder Company, 
Incorporated, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Can filling machine. 
2.444.155, June 29. 

De Barbieri, Joseph L., and E. Kishner, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Control device. 2,453,571, Nov. 9. 

De Baufre, William L., Lincoln, Nebr. Liquid oxygen 
pump. 2,447,741, Aug. 24. 

Debelius, James G. : See — 

Grzech, Albert S., and Debelius. 

De Benedictis, Aldo : See — ■ 

Luten, Daniel B., Jr., and De Benedictis. 

De Benedictis, Aldo, and D. B. Luten, Jr., Berkeley, as- 
signors to Shell Development Company, San Francisco, 
Calif. Catalysts for use in production of chlorine. 
2.448,255, Aug. 31. 

De Benneville, Peter L. : See — 

Tryon, Sager, and de Benneville. 

Debing, Lawrence M., Springfield, Mass., assignor to Mon- 
santo Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Mo ding com- 
position of polyvinyl aromatic compound. 2,454,250, 
Nov. 16. 

De Bishop, Arthur, Jr., Southington, assignor to The Doane 
Products Corporation, Meriden, Conn. Luminaire. 
2,436,635, Feb. 24. 

De Boer, Jan H., London, England, assignor to The Hart- 
ford National Bank and Trust Company, Hartford, Conn. 
Flashlight lamp. 2,438,993, Apr. 6. 

De Boer, Kornelis, Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor to 
Hartford National Bank and Trust Company, Hartford, 
Conn., as trustee. Device for mechanically recording 
sound in two tracks. 2,440,841, May 4. 

De Boer, Willis, Williamsville, G. A. Betts, Eggertsville, 
and E. C. Polidor, Rochester, assignors, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Precision Methods Co., Inc., Buffalo, N. Y. 
Optical projection contour comparison device. 2,451,155, 
Oct. 12. 

De Boisblanc, Deslonde R., Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to 
Phillips Petroleum Company. Detonation meter. 
2,448.323. Aug. 31. 

De Boisblanc, Deslonde R., and H. M. Barton, Jr., Bartles- 
ville, Okla., assignors to Phillips Petroleum Company. 
Radiation thermopile and making the same. 2,445,874, 
July 27. 

Debonair, Inc., assignee : See — 
Renz, Emil K. 

De Brav, Glenn L., and A. Morgan, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Pessary and manipulating handle assembly. 2,452,229, 
Oct. 26. 

Dec, Joseph : See — 

Strain, William H, and Dec. 

De Carli, John J., Stockton, Calif. Milk receiver 
automatic milking systems. 2,451,075, Oct. 12. 



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De Carlo, Ceasar P., Si'., Ceiba, P. R. Louver means for 
controlling air flow in refrigerators. 2,453,703, Nov. 16. 
Decca Record Company, Limited, The, assignee : See — 

O'Brien, William J. 
De Cesaris, Frederick, Johnston, assignor to James Manu- 
facturing Company, Inc., Providence, R. I. Dispenser. 
2,438,602, Mar. 30. 
Deck, Philibert, Zurich, Switzerland. Combined clip and 
pin chain link for fabric stretching machines. 2,446,131, 
July 27. 
Decker, Alfred, & Cohn, Inc., assignee : See — 

Markin, Louis. 
Decker, Erik : See — 

Wood, Frederic E., Gienger, Decker, and Sargisson. 
Decker, Gerard Q., 3rd, Bradford Hills, and E. C. Capuzzi, 
Philadelphia, Pa., assignors to The Baldwin Locomotive 
Works. Apparatus for measuring a condition on a ro- 
tating member. 2,447,566, Aug. 24. 
De Cordova, Lester, assignee, et al. : See — 

Carlin, Bernard. 
De Coursey, William E., West Los Angeles, Calif. Non- 
arcing switch contact. 2,443,230, June 15. 
De Cuir, Talford S., Whiting, Ind., assignor to The Lummus 
Company, New York, N. Y. Derrick. 2,443,306, June 15. 
De Cuir, Talford S., Whiting, Ind., assignor to The Lummus 
Company, New York, N. Y. Lifting sling guide for elon- 
gated articles. 2,443,307, June 15. 
De Curtis, Frank, Queens Village, N. Y. Positive and lock 
lateral shoe stretching mechanism. 2,452,440, Oct. 26. 
Dedek, Frank, assignor to Magnetic Products Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Electromagnetic testing device. 
2,440,575, Apr. 27. 
Dederick, Clinton H., Brentwood, assignor to The Emerson 
Electric Mfg. Company, St. Louis, Mo. Electric motor 
follow-up type of control. 2,445,515, July 20. 
Dederick, Clinton H., Brentwood, assignor to The Emerson 
Electric Mfg. Company, St. Louis, Mo. Remote control 
for displaceable objects. 2,455.568, Dec. 7. 
Dee, Herbert C, Kenilworth, 111., assignor to Woodall 
Industries, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Tray structure. 
2,456,929, Dec. 21. 
Deegan, John G., New York, N. Y. Rolling hatch beam 

track. 2,435,190, Feb. 3. 
Deegan, John G., Bronxville, N. Y. Rolling hatch beam 

assembly. 2,438.846, Mar. 30. 
Deegan, Lola M., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Combi- 
nation corset and stocking retainer. 2,453,834, Nov. 16. 
Deepwater Chemical Co., Ltd., assignee : See — 

Lawrason, Levering. 
Deer, John H., assignor to Daniel Szantay, Chicago, 111. 
Spinner for steering wheels and the like. 2,441,061, 
May 4. 
Deere & Company, assignee : See — 
Brown, Theophilus. 
Court, Frank T. 
Johnson, Eric J. 
Neighbour, Leonard B., 
Oehler. William P. 
Paul. Talbert W. 
Silver, Walter H. 
Strandlund, Carl G. 

Walz, Claude W., Rasmussen, and Griff. 
White, Charles H. 
Deere Manufacturing Co., assignee : See — 
Jones, Frank D., and Cheatum. 
Jones, Frank D., and Tuft. 
McCormick. Elmer. 
Petersen, Harry E. 
West, James R., and Jones 
Deetman, Cornelis, Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor to 
Hartford National Bank and Trust Company, Hartford, 
Conn., as trustee. Connecting a driven member to a 
shaft. 2,444,922, July 13. 
Defandorf, John L., Whltefish Bay, and V. S. Sywulka, 
Wauwatosa, assignors to Cutler-Hammer. Inc., Milwau- 
kee, Wis. Controller affording automatic stopping of 
motor-driven machinery. 2,440.849, May 4. 
Defenbaugh, Loyd F., Oklahoma City, Okla. Severing well 
casings and the like in place in the well. 2,436,036, 
Feb. 17. 
De FllguS, Vladimir, Paris, France. Reciprocating con- 
verter. 2,448,298, Aug. 31. 
De Flon, James G., Los Angeles, and G. W. Meyer, North 
Hollywood, assignors to The Fluor Corporation, Ltd., 
Los Angeles, Calif. Mechanical draft water-cooling 
tower. 2,445,908, July 27. 
De Forest, Alfred V., Marlboro, N. 
Baldwin Locomotive Works. 
2,449,883, Sept. 21. 
De Forest, Lee, Los Angeles, Calif. 

tern. 2.452.293, Oct. 26. 
De Forest, Taber, assignor to Magnaflux Corporation 
Chicago, 111. Magnetic Inspection npparatus. 2,436,918, 
Mar. 2. 

De Fourchambault, Maurice D., assignor to Schneider & 

Cie, Paris, France. Friction clutch with multiple disks. 

2,447,319, Aug. 17. 
De Francisci, Joseph, Brooklyn N. Y. Alimentary paste 

extrusion apparatus. 2.437,460, Mar. 9. 
De Frees, Joseph H., assignor to Pennsylvania Furnace 

and Iron Company, Warren, Pa. Valve structure. 

2,453,413, Nov. 9. 



and Thomann. 



II., assignor to The 
Fatigue indicator. 

Color television sys- 



De Ganahl, Carl, Trenton, N. J., assignor to Kaiser Fleet- 
wings, Inc. Heat exchanger and reaction thrust ap- 
paratus. 2,454,310, Nov. 23. 

Degering, Edward F., Lafayette, Ind., and C. F. Feasley, 
Thorofare, N. J., assignors to Purdue Research Founda- 
tion, Lafayette, Ind. Preparing nitro azo compounds. 
2,441,800, May 18. 

De Ghetto, Anselm, Clifton, N. J., assignor to National 
Rubber Machinery Company, Akron, Ohio. Braked rota- 
tive assembly. 2,445,607, July 20. 

De Giers, Clarence A., Forest Hills, assignor to The Liq- 
uidometer Corporation, Long Island City, N. Y. Fasten- 
ing device for cover plates. 2.450,330, Sept. 28. 

De Giers, Clarence A., Forest Hills, and L. M. Campani, 
Freeport, assignors to The Liquidometer Corporation, 
Long Island City, N. Y. Electrical vernier type tele- 
metric indicating system. 2.448,783, Sept. 7. 

De Giers, Clarence A., Forest Hills, and S. B. Osterlund, 
St. Albans, assignors to The Liquidometer Corporation, 
Long Island City, N. Y. Pointer return device. 
2,450,331, Sept. 28. 

Degnan, James M., trustee : See — 
Hoffer, Frank W. 

De Graaf, Bastiaan, Yonkers, N. Y. Push and pull load 
gauge. 2,450,188, Sept. 28. 

De Grazia, Joseph, Washington, D. C. Field jacket hood. 
2,439,382, Apr. 13. 

De Grazia. Joseph, Washington, D. C. Protective hood. 
2,448,021, Aug. 31. 

De Grazia, Joseph, Washington. D. C, and R. R. Oher- 
render, Freeland, Pa. Expansible hood. 2,446,530, Aug. 
10. 

De Groote, Melvin, University City, Mo., assignor to Petro- 
lite Corporation, Ltd., Wilmington, Del. Polycarboxy 
esters of dimerized 9,11-linolo-diricinolein and method 
of making same. 2,450,332, Sept. 28. 

De Groote, Melvin, University City, and A. F. Wirtel, 
Glendale, Mo., assignors to Petrolite Corporation. Ltd., 
Wilmington, Del. Breaking petroleum emulsions. 

2.442.073, May 25. 

De Groote, Melvin, University City, and A. F. Wirtel, 
Glendale, Mo., assignors to Petrolite Corporation, Ltd., 
Wilmington. Del. Breaking petroleum emulsions. 

2.442.074, May 25. 

De Groote, Melvin, University City, and A. F. Wirtel, 
Glendale, Mo., assignors to Petrolite Corporation, Ltd., 
Wilmington, Del. Breaking petroleum emulsions. 

2.442.075, May 25. 

De Groote, Melvin, University City, and A. F. Wirtel, 
Glendale, Mo., assignors to Petrolite Corporation, Ltd., 
Wilmington, Del. Breaking petroleum emulsions. 

2.442.076, May 25. 

De Groote, Melvin, University City, and A. F. Wirtel, 
Glendale, Mo., assignors to Petrolite Corporation, Ltd., 
Wilmington, Del. Breaking petroleum emulsions. 

2.442.077, May 25. 

De Groote, Melvin, University City, and B. Reiser, Webster 
Groves, Mo., assignors to Petrolite Corporation, Ltd., 
Wilmington, Del. Composition of matter and making 
same. 2,446,045, July 27. 

De Groote, Melvin, University City, and A. F. Wirtel. 
Kirkwood, Mo., assignors to Petrolite Corporation, Ltd.. 
Wilmington, Del. Polyhydric alcohol esters. 2.450,124, 
Sept. 28. 

De Groote, Melvin, University City, and A. F. Wirtel, 
Kirkwood, Mo., assignors to Petrolite Corporation, Ltd., 
Wilmington, Del. Polyhydric alcohol esters. 2,450,333, 
Sept. 28. 

De Groote, Melvin, University City, and O. H. Pettingill, 
Kirkwood, Mo., assignors to Petrolite Corporation, Ltd., 
Wilmington, Del. Process for breaking petroleum 
emulsions. 2,454,435, Nov. 23. 

Dellaas. Earnest E., Wichita, Kans. Mailbox bracket. 
2.440.576. Apr. 27. 

De Havilland Aircraft Company Limited, The, assignee : 
See — ■ 

Halford, Frank B. 

Dehmel, Richard C, Summit, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Aircraft training apparatus. 2,443,604, June 22. 

Dehmel, Richard C, Summit, N. J. Automatic magnetic 
apparatus for simulating radio range signals. 2,451,927, 
Oct. 19. 

Dehuff, Walter F., Glen Rock, Pa., assignor to American 
Machine & Foundry Company. Vertical mixer. 
2,457,533, Doc. 28. 

Dehydration, Inc., assignee : See — 
Birdseye, Clarence. 

Deibel, Cyril P., deceased, by M. T. Deibel, Lakewood, 
and The Cleveland Trust Company, Cleveland, Ohio, 
co-executors, assignors to General Dry Batteries, Inc. 
Sealed dry cell with threaded end. 2,444,872, July 6. 

Deibel, Cyril P., deceased, Lakewood, C. N. Mertes, Berea, 
and L. A. Gray, Lakewood, Ohio ; said Mertes and said 
Cray assignors to said Deibel ; M. T. Deibel and The 
Cleveland Trust Company, executors, assignors to Gen- 
oral Dry Batteries, Inc. Dry cell battery of the flat type. 
2,436,382, Feb. 24. 

Deibel, Marion T., executor, assignee: See — 
Deibel, Cyril P., Mertes, and Gray. 

Deibel, Marion T., executor, et al. : See — 
Deibel, Cyril P. 

Delchmann, Walter : See — 

Gilbert, Herman W., and Delchmann. 



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Deimel. Albert H. : See — 

Peterson, Carl D., and Deimel. 
Deiters, August M., assignor to Southern Wood Preserving 

Company, Atlanta, Ga. Grapple. 2,457,135, Dec. 28. 
Deitrich, Epily C, Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Carnegie- 
Illinois Steel Corporation. Apparatus for scarfing 

billets or blooms. 2,441,474, May 11. 
Deitz, Le Roy, and I. W. Johnson, Schenectady, N. Y., 

assignors to General Electric Company. Resistance 

welding electrode. 2,436,205, Feb. 17. 
DeJuhasz, Kalman J., State College, Pa., and P. J. 

Villforth, Jr., Beacon, assignors to The Texas Company, 

New York, N. Y. Fuel pump. 2,440,194, Apr. 20. 
De Jur-Amsco Corporation, assignee : See — 

Moomaw, Lewis H. 
De Lacotte, Robert H., and E. Colombu, Paris, France, 

assignors to Comptoir Des Textiles Artinciels. Spinning 

bath tank. 2.450,750, Oct. 5. 
Delafontaine, Charles, Arlington, and F. W. Kotler, 

Watertown, Mass. Grinding and polishing machine. 

2,454,597, Nov. 23. 
De la Fuente Tejedo, Juan, Madrid, Spain. Electric ma- 
chine for typing in the Braille and Abreu systems. 

2,454,637, Nov. 23. 
De Lancey, Ralph VV., assignor to The Miller Company, 

Meriden, Conn. Thermostatic device. 2,439,455, Apr. 

13. 
De Lancey, Ralph W., assignor to The Miller Company, 

Meriden, Conn. Heating system. 2,447,901, Aug. 24. 
De Lancey, Ralph W., assignor to The Miller Company, 

Meriden, Conn. Fuel control for hot-air heaters. 

2,447,902, Aug. 24. 
De Lancey, Ralph W., assignor to The Miller Company, 

Meriden, Conn. Liquid fuel burner. 2,455,115, Nov. 30. 
De Lancey, Warren H., Springfield, assignor to Gilbert & 

Barker Manufacturing Company, West Springfield, Mass. 

Fan housing construction for oil burners. 2,446,744, 

Aug. 10. 

De Lancey, Warren H., assignor to Gilbert & Barker Manu- 
facturing Company, Springfield, Mass. Variable ca- 
pacity vane pump for oil burners. 2,451,279, Oct. 12. 

De Lancey, Warren H., assignor to Gilbert & Barker 
Manufacturing Company, Springfield, Mass. Variable 
capacity pump. 2,451,666, Oct. 19. 

De Lancey, Warren H., Springfield, assignor to Gilbert & 
Barker Manufacturing Company, West Springfield, 
Mass. Fan housing construction. 2,456,930, Dec. 21. 

Delaney, Harry W., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Republic Drill & Tool Company. Manu- 
facturing twist drills. 2,457,132, Dec. 28. 

Delaney, John J. : See — - 

Kamm, Edmund W. E., and Delaney. 

De Laney, Wallace W., and C. J. Crowley, assignors to 
The Seamless Rubber Company, New Haven, Conn. 
Making rubber gloves and like articles. 2,434,035. 
Jan. 6. 

De Lange, Cornells, Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor to 
Hartford National Bank and Trust Company, Hartford, 
Conn., as trustee. Insulated casing. 2,443,605, June 22. 

De Lano, Ralph B., Jr. : See — 

Firestone, Floyd A., and De Lano. 

Delano, Raymond P., Jr. : See — 
Kirchhof, Julius, and Delano. 

De Lano, Willis L., Chelsea, Mass. Pneumatically op- 
erated contact printer. 2,445,566, July 20. 

Delany, John J., Brooklyn, assignor to Delany Realty Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Regulator stem seal. 
2,438,360, Mar. 23. 

Delany, John J., Brooklyn, N. Y., and J. D. Langdon, 
Long Beach, Calif. Removable valve seat and sleeve. 
2.434.262. Jan. 13. 

Delany Realty Corporation, assignee : See — 
Delany, John J. 

Delaplace, Albert, Roubaix, France, vested in the Attorney 
General of the United States. Combined electric motor 
and speed reducer unit. 2,441,111, May 4. 

De la Riestra, Juan C. and M. A., and W. F. Nixon, 
Rosario, Argentina. Rotary valve for internal-combus- 
tion engines. 2,444,696, July 6. 

De la Riestra, Martin A. : See — 

De la Riestra. Juan C. and M. A., and Nixon. 

De la Roza, Joaquin J., Sr., New York, N. Y. Friction 
nozzle. 2,452,555, Nov. 2. 

Delattre-Seguy, jean, Washington, D. C, assignor to Uni- 
versal Oil Products Company. Chicago, 111. Conversion 
of hydrocarbon oils. 2,444,131, June 29. 

De Laval Separator Company, The, assignee : See — 
Strezynski, George J. 

De Laval Steam Turbine Company, assignee : See — 
Harverstick, John S. 

Delaware Rayon Company, assignee : See — 
Barnes, Joseph H. 

Delay, Fernand, Geneva, Switzerland. Clockwork-op- 
erated time fuse. 2,446,745, Aug. 10. 

Del Camp, Scipione M., Maywood, assignor to Cinch 
Manufacturing Corporation, Chicago, 111. Tube socket 
for radio and like tubes. 2,451,538, Oct. 19. 

De Leuw, Cather & Co., assignee : See — 
Morris, William N. 

Del Genio, Nicholas, assignee : See — 
Hart,. James W. 

Delhaye, Roy J., Highland Park, 111. Combination comb 
and carrying case. _ 2,443,099, June 8. 



D'Eha, Joseph A., Fairfield, Conn. Combined flue and 
check draft damper unit. 2,441,398, May 11. 

De Lin, Martin, Fort Wayne, Ind. Tuyere. 2,444,223, 
June 29. 

Delinted Seed Company, assignee : See — 
McLemore, Price C. 

Del Mar, Bruce E., Los Angeles, assignor to Douglas Air- 
craft Company, Inc., Santa Monica, Calif. Control sys- 
tem. 2,451,280, Oct. 12. 

Delmotte, Cyril J., assignor of one-half to E. J. Herrmann, 
Detroit. Mich. Warning signal conversion kit for stand- 
ard flashlights. 2,456.685. Dec. 21. 

Deloghia, Louis E., Agawam, assignor to Perkins Machine 
and Gear Company, West Springfield, Mass. Operating 
mechanism for washing machines. 2,443,979, June 22. 

Deloghia, Louis E., Agawam, assignor to Perkins Machine 
and Gear Company, West Springfield, Mass. Hydraulic 
pulsator drive mechanism. 2,444,018, June 22. 

De Long, Fred J. : See — 

De Long, Fred Joe and F. J. 

De Long, Fred Joe and F. J., Jefferson City, Mo. Axle 
and fifth wheel assembly for farm wagons. 2,452,358, 
Oct. 26. 

De Long, Herbert K., assignor to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pany. Midland, Mich. Anodizing magnesium alloys. 
2,456,931, Dec. 21. 

Deloraine, Edmond M., assignor to Federal Telephone and 
Radio Corporation, New York, N. Y. Pulse multiplex 
system employing fixed pulse-time displacement for sig- 
naling. 2,438,902, Apr. 6. 

Deloraine, Edmond M., assignor to International Standard 
Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. Fragmentary 
character printer. 2,457,133, Dec. 28. 

Deloraine, Edmond M., New York, and D. D. Greig, Forest 
Hills, assignors to Federal Telephone and Radio Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Pulse communication system 
employing pulse frequency reduction for signaling. 
2,438,903. Apr. 6. 

Deloraine, Edmond M., and E. Labin, New York, N. Y., 
and P. F. M. Gloess, Paris, France, assignors to Inter- 
national Standard Electric Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Radio location system. 2,440,250, Apr. 27. 

Deloraine, Edmond M., and E. Labin, New York, N. Y., 
assignors to Federal Telephone and Radio Corporation. 
Radio guiding method and system. 2,441,956, May 25. 

De Lore, Andrew, New York, N. Y. Heating and cooling 
system for houses. 2,35,875, Feb. 10. 

De Lorenzo, Bartholomeo, Elyria, Ohio, assignor to Foster 
Wheeler Corporation, New York, N. Y. Heater. 
2.445.316. July 20. 

Deloye, Maurice, assignee : See — 

Brandenburg, Andre 1 , and Jolivet. 

Delson, Louis E. Chicago, HI. Bundling and binding 
means. Re. 23,029, Aug. 24. 

De Luca, Roberta : See — 

Roberts, David S., and De Luca. 

De Luce, John J., Minneapolis, Minn. Eag holder. 
2,436,469, Feb. 24. 

Deluxe Products Corporation, The, assignee : See — 
Flint, Charles R. 

Dely, Josef G., Queens Village, N. Y. Regenerating spent 
ammoniacal cuprous solution. 2,455,473, Dec. 7. 

Delzer, Reinhold', Portland, Oreg. Engine driven pump. 
2,454,138, Nov. 16. 

De Marco, Joseph A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Button blank 
feeding attachment. 2,457,534, Dec. 28. 

De Marco, Louis, Cleveland, Ohio. Centrifugal governor. 
2,454,913, Nov. 30. 

De Marco, Louis, Cleveland, Ohio. Speed control mecha- 
nism. 2,454,914, Nov. 30. 

Demarco, Salvatore J., Jr. : See — 

Tawney, Chester W., Demarco, and Herrick. 

Demarest, Daniel D., Little Neck, N. Y. Filtering device. 
2,446,364, Aug. 3. 

De Martin, Anthony E., Derby, Conn. Radius tool. 
2,450,469, Oct. 5. 

Dematteis, Julian, Batavia, Iowa. Turbine. 2,449,931, 
Sept. 21. 

De Mattia, Peter, Clifton, N. J. Apparatus for molding 
plastics. 2,443,554, June 15. 

De Mattos, Annibal R., Recife, Brazil. Process and ap- 
paratus for producing alcohol by fermentation. 
2,451,156, Oct. 12. 

Dembenski, Joseph E., Nanticoke, Pa. Sanitary dental 
floss holder. 2,450,635, Oct. 5. 

De Meo, Attilio, New York, N. Y. Reinforced plastic se- 
curing means in a frame for interchangeable hand mir- 
rors. 2,454,041, Nov. 16. 

Demerec, Milislav, Cold Spring Harbor, Long Island, N. Y., 
assignor to the United States of America, as represented 
by the Administrator, Civilian Production Administra- 
tion. Production of penicillin. 2,445,748, July 27. 

De Mian, Stanley B., Chicago, 111., assignor to Interna- 
tional Paper Company, New York, N. Y. Box. 
2,450,035, Sept. 28. 

D'Emilio, Oreste, Nutley, N. J. Hair drier. 2,449,205, 
Sept. 14. 

Deming Company, The, assignee : See — 
Odey. Ralph E. 
Samelson, Bernard. 
Shalelnberg, Walter. 

Deming, Mark A., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Aeroquip Corporation, Jackson, Mich. Self-sealing 
coupling. 2,436,206, Feb. 17. 



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Demorest. Dana J. : See — 

Nye, Ralph D., and Demorest. 

Demjen, Istvan : See— 

Foldi, Zoltan, Gerecs, Demjen, and Konig. 

Demmer, Edward U., assignee : See — 
Elliott, Gordon R. 

De Moss, Albert H., Moline, 111., assignor to American 
Machine and Metals, Inc., New York, N. Y. Program 
controller. 2,436,714, Feb. 24. 

De Mott, Armand, Fords, assignor to Amity Manufacturing 
Corp., Perth Amboy, N. J. Cylinder holder. 2,436,292, 
Feb. 17. 

De Mott, Elmer G., Elizabeth, assignor to Weston Elec- 
trical Instrument Corporation, Newark, N. J. Electrical 
control device. 2,444,398, June 29. 

Dempsey, Harold L., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to Ditto, 
Incorporated, Chicago, 111. Running direct process 
gummed units. 2,449,770, Sept. 21. 

Dempster, George R., Knoxville, Tenn. Transporting 
equipment. 2,437,806, Mar. 16. 

Dempster, George R., Knoxville, Tenn. Automatic hook. 
2.445,106, July 13. 

Dempster, George R., Knoxville, Tenn. Transporting and 
dumping equipment. 2,451,721, Oct. 19. 

De Muth, Linus J., Fresno, Calif. Road map holder, in- 
cluding a rotatable roller. 2,454,139. Nov. 16. 

Denburger, Joseph D., Los Angeles, Calif. Door closer. 
2,443,896, June 22. . . 

Denby, Anthony F., Hackensack, N. J. Football training 
machine. 2,440,577, Apr. 27. 

Dence, Donald S., Berrien Springs, assignor to Clark 
Equipment Company, Buchanan, Mich. Multiple clutch 
mechanism. 2,447,058, Aug. 17. 

Dench, Edward C. : See — 

Hardy, Arthur C, and Dench. 

Denhard, Harry W\, Sebastopol, F. W. Brittain, Piedmont, 
and A. G. Serpas, assignors to Oliver United Filters In- 
corporated, Oakland, Calif. Continuous rotary filter. 
2,446,746, Aug. 10. 

Den Hertog, Martinus : See — 

Kruithof, Jacob, Kozma, and den Hertog. 

Den Hertog, Martinus, and L. A. B. Cabes, Antwerp, Bel- 
gium, assignors to International Standard Electric Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Register switch utilizing a 
plurality of discharge tubes. 2,447,495, Aug. 24. 

Denison Engineering Company, The, assignee : See — 
Renick, Wendell E. .*.,.. 

Denison, William C, Jr., Delaware, Ohio. Hydraulic ap- 
paratus. 2,455,330, Nov. 30. 

Denman, Wayne L., Frederick, Md., assignor to Dearborn 
Chemical Company, Chicago, 111. Reduction of foaming 
in an aqueous bath containing foam-inducing con- 
stituents. 2,439,797, Apr. 20. 

Denmark, Hynian S., assignor to Federal Telephone & 
Radio Corporation, New York, N. Y. Metal rectifier 
element. 2,444,430, July 6. 

Denmark, Robert, New York, N. Y., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Meth- 
od and apparatus for winding grids. 2,438,113, Mar. 23. 

Denmark, Robert, New York, N. Y., and C. H. McWhirter, 
East Orange, N. J., assignors to Westinghouse Electric 
Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Lead-in construc- 
tion. 2,439,886, Apr. 20. 

Deunedy, James H., Evansville, Ind., assignor to Seeger 
Refrigerator Company. Refrigerator construction. 
2,438,114, Mar. 23. 

Denning, Stephen, assignor to E. L. Ruddy Company, Lim- 
ited. Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Neon lighting equip- 
ment. 2.451,539. Oct. 19. 

Dennis, Bradford C, assignee : See — 
Rancourt, Alphonse. 

Dennis, Gertrude B,, Kansas City, Mo. Face powder and 
puff container. 2,446,080, July 27. 

Dennis, Paul A. : See — 

Van Dyke, William D., and Dennis. 

Dennis, Raymond B., Camp Blanding, Fla. Material con- 
veying and screening machine. 2,436,795, Mar. 2. 

Dennis, Thomas H., Jr., Tarrytown-on-Hudson, N. Y. 
Truck warning device. 2,444,635, July 6. 

Dennis, William O., San Dlmas, Calif. Grinding appa- 
ratus. 2,437,850, Mar. 16. 

Dennison Manufacturing Company, assignee: See — 
Flood, Edward W. and C. A. 
McGovern, Henry P. 
Pecker, J. S. 

Dennlston, Adolph L., Plainfield, N. J., and S. H. Martin, 
Thomaston, Conn., assignors to General Time Instru- 
ments Corporation, New York, N. Y. Job time recorder 
system. 2,452,359, Oct. 26. 

Densmore, Nicholas B., Lawrence, Mich. Apron. 
2,453,202, Nov. 9. 

Denson, Edward R. : See — 

Halller, Albert H., Harris, Klncald, Denson, and Davis. 

Denny, Frank E., Yonkers, N. Y., assignor to Boyce 
Thompson Institute for Plant Research, Inc. Sprout- 
ing of buds. 2,450,036, Sept. 28. 

Dental Research Corporation, assignee : See — 
Erdle, Reiner W. 

Dentists' Supply Company, assignee : See — 
Lee, Pyungtoo W., and Dletz. 
Wlilttemore, Winthrop C. 



Dentler, Arnold E., La Grange, assignor to W. H. Miner, 
Inc., Chicago, 111. Friction shock absorber. 2,441,621, 
May 18. 

Dentler, Arnold E., La Grange, assignor, to W. H. Miner, 
Inc., Chicago, 111. Rail fastener. 2,442,800, June 8. 

Denton, Harvey R., Oakland, assignor to Moist-R-Proof 
Container Co., San Francisco, Calif. Machine for mak- 
ing containers from pulpy fibrous material. 2,447,235, 
Aug. 17. 

Denton, John J. : See — 

Parker, Robert P., and Denton. 

Denton, Richard A., Riverton, N. J., assignor to Sun Chem- 
ical Corporation, New York, N. Y. Printing ink. 
2,436,954, Mar. 2. 

Denton, William I. : See — 

Krieble, Robert H. and Denton. 

Marisic, Milton M., Denton, and Bishop. 

Schlesman, Carleton H., Denton, and Bishop. 

Denton, William I., Woodbury, and R. B. Bishop, Haddon- 
field, N. J., assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, 
Incorporated. Production of nitriles. 2,450,636, Oct. 5. 

Denton, William I., Woodbury, and R. B. Bishop, Haddon- 
field, N. J., assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, 
Incorporated. Production of nitriles. 2,450,637, Oct. 5. 

Denton, William I., Woodbury, and R. B. Bishop, Haddon- 
field, N. J., assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, 
Incorporated. Production of nitriles. 2.450,638, Oct. 5. 

Denton, William I., Woodbury, and R. B. Bishop, Haddon- 
field, N. J., assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, 
Incorporated. Production of aromatic nitriles. 
2,450,639, Oct. 5. 

Denton, William I., Woodbury, and R. B. Bishop, Haddon- 
field, N. J., assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, 
Incorporated. Production of nitriles. 2,450,640, Oct. 5. 

Denton, William I., Woodbury, and R. B. Bishop, Haddon- 
field, N. J., assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, 
Incorporated. Production of nitriles. 2,450,641, Oct. 5. 

Denton, William I., Woodbury, and R. B. Bishop, Haddon- 
field, N. J., assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, 
Incorporated. Production of nitriles. 2,450,642, Oct. 5. 

D'Entremont, Franklin R., Lynn, Mass., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electric winding. 2,436,207, 
Feb. 17. 

D'Entremont, Franklin R., Lynn, Mass., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Instrument current transformer. 
2,436,636, Feb. 24. 

Denys, Orban, Brooklyn, assigner to Distillation Products, 
Inc., Rochester, N. Y. Distillation from a film by dif- 
fusion into a gas stream. 2,437,594, Mar. 9. 

Denyssen, Ivanhoe P. : See — 

Skinker, Murray F., Denyssen, and Kolmes. 

Denyssen, Ivanhoe P., Lansdowne, Pa., assignor to Fed- 
eral Telephone and Radio Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Heating and spraying device. 2,434,911, Jan. 27. 

Denyven, Howard G. : See — 

Hess, Arthur L„ and Denyven. 

De Olariaga, Sara M. I., L. Bulgarini, and P. Forster, 
Buenos Aires, Argentina. Electrical switch. 2,447,320, 
Aug. 17. 

De Oliensis, Gertrude, St. Louis, Mo. Combination outer- 
garment. 2,439,128, Apr. 6. 

De Orlow, Stephen, assignor to Hancock Manufacturing 
Company, Jackson, Mich. Vehicle jack. 2,435,693, 
Feb. 10. 

De Orlow, Stephen, Jackson, Mich. Cable clamping de- 
vice. 2,445,474, July 20. 

De Paolis, Paul F., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Optical glass. 2,434,146, Jan. 6. 

De Paolis, Paul F., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Optical glass. 2,434,147, Jan. 6. 

De Paolis, Paul F., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Optical glass. 2,434,148, Jan. 6. 

De Paolis, Paul P., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Optical glass. 2,434,149, Jan. 6. 

Dependable Engineering Service, Inc., assignee : See — 
Hassig, Edward. 

De Pew, Chester C. : See — 

Gregory, Alfred T., and De Pew. 

Depp, Marlin C, Hempstead, R. S. Curry, Jr., Baldwin, 
nnd C. F. Frngola, East Hempstead, N. Y., assignors to 
The Sperry Corporation. Flax valve system and opera- 
tion. 2,447,496, Aug. 24. 

Derby, John H., Scarsdale, assignor of one-third to C. M. 
Wilson and one-third to H. D. Spencer, New York, N. Y. 
Means for controlling the flushing of urinals. 2,438,207, 
Mar. 23. 

Derby, Palmer P., Boston, assignor to Raytheon Manu- 
facturing Company, Newton, Mass. Electron discharge 
device. 2,446,531, Aug. 10. 

Derby, Palmer P., Boston, and W. M. Robertson, Wake- 
field, assignors to Raytheon Manufacturing Company, 
Newton, Mass. Apparatus for assembling parts of elec- 
tron discharge devices. 2,445,766, July 27. 

Derbyshire Machine & Tool Company, assignee : See — 
Reinhardt, Albrecht E. 

De Reamer, Frank C, Lake Worth, Fla., and J. M. Plstey, 
Fairfield, Conn., assignors to General Electric Company. 
Incandescent and fluorescent lamp holder. 2,441,399, 
May 11. 

De Regnauld de Bellescize, Henri J. J. M., Saint-Germain 
au Mont-d'or, Rhone, France, assignor to E. Gutzwiller 
& Co., Basel, Switzerland. Secret telegraph signaling. 
2.453,059, Nov. 9. 



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Derham, Philip A., Rosemont, Pa., assignor to Victor 
Metal Products Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Rotary 
lock box. 2,452,230, Oct. 26. 

De Rosa, Louis A. : See — 

Busignies, Henri G., and de Rosa. 

De Rosa, Louis A., West Brighton, Staten Island, assignor 
to Federal Telephone and Radio Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Keyed radio beacon. 2,436,796, Mar. 2. 

De Rosa, Louis A., Staten Island, N. Y., assignor to 
Federal Telephone and Radio Corporation, Newark, N. J. 
Timing system. 2,438,904, Apr. 6. 

De Rosa, Louis A., Staten Island, N. Y., assignor to 
Federal Telephone and Radio Corporation, Newark, N. J. 
Demodulator for frequency modulated waves. 2,441,957, 
May 25. 

De Rosa, Louis A., West Brighton, assignor to Federal 
Telephone and Radio Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Communication system. 2,441,958, May 25. 

De Kosa, Louis A., Staten Island, assignor to Federal 
Telephone and Radio Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Radio beacon. 2,449,982, Sept. 28. 

De Rosa, Louis A., Staten Island, N. Y., assignor to Fed- 
eral Telephone and Radio Corporation, Newark, N. J. 
Adjustable expanded sweep for radar oscilloscopes. 
2,454,782, Nov. 30. 

Derr, Willard A., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, Bast Pittsburgh, Pa. Remote con- 
trol for electric transmission systems. 2,454,140, Nov. 
16. 

Derr, Willard A., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Telemetering 
system. 2,438,000, Mar. 16. 

Derr, Willard A., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Control 
system. 2,445,422, July 20. 

Derrick, Herbert W., Jr. : See — 

Terepin, Raymond H., and Derrick. 

Dersch, Fritz, and R- H. Clark, Binghamton, assignors to 
General Aniline & Film Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Photographic developers containing tetrazolyl disul- 
fides as antifogging agents. 2,453,087, Nov. 2. 

Derthick, Everest P., Russell, Ohio. Combined perambu- 
lator and cradle or the like. 2,440,539, Apr. 27. 

Dery, Aldege L., Pine Meadow, Conn. Work holding fix- 
ture. 2,447,236, Aug. 17. 

De Saracho, Enrique S. H., Mexico City, Mexico. Wire 
core extracting machine. 2,454,010, Nov. 16. 

De Satnick, Irvin, Philadelphia, Pa. Shoulder-pad. 
2,439,597, Apr. 13. 

De Saussure Equipment Company, assignee : See — 
De Saussure, William P. 

De Saussure, James P., assignee : See — 
De Saussure, William P. 

De Saussure, William P., Englewood, assignor of one-half 
to himself and one-half to J. P. De Saussure, Montclair, 
N. J., copartners doing business under the name and style 
of De Saussure Equipment Company, New York, N. Y. 
Folding table. 2,448,360, Aug. 31. 

Desbiens, Joseph A., Fall River, Mass. Shoe with moisture 
absorbing means. 2,435,131, Jan. 27. 

Desch, Joseph R., E. V. Gulden, and R. E. Mumma, as- 
signors to The National Cash Register Company, Day- 
ton, Ohio. Electron tube variable impulse transmitter. 
2,451,812, Oct. 19. 

Deschamps, Desire J., Rutherford, and D. C. Clarke, Moun- 
tain Lakes, N. J., and F. E. Ferguson, Bronxville, 
assignors to Deschamps Fuel Injection Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Fuel injection pump. 2,436,797, Mar. 2. 

Deschamps Fuel Injection Corporation, assignee : See — 
Deschamps, Desire J., Clarke, and Ferguson. 

Deschermeier, Frank S., assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Chicago Forging and Manufacturing Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Lever release latch. 2,440,395, Apr. 27. 

De Semple, Albert A., Portland, Oreg. Steel wool holder. 
2,438,152, Mar. 23. 

Designers for Industry, Inc., assignee : See — 
Green, Lee B. 
Lendo, Benjamin C, and Pizmoht. 

De Simone, Michele G., Stapleton, assignor to A. G. Agnew, 
New York, N. Y. Electromechanical mechanism for 
actuating calculating machines. 2,456,771, Dec. 21. 

De Smet, Edgard C, and J. W. Dickason, assignors to 
Willys-Overland Motors, Inc., Toledo, Ohio. Motor ve- 
hicle lighting. 2,457,211, Dec. 28. 

De Sousa, Eugenio, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Surgical 
instrument and technique. 2,447,169, Aug. 17. 

Despard, Victor R., assignor to Pass & Seymour, Inc., 
Syracuse, N. Y. Quick attach strap. 2,455,889, Dec. 7. 

Despotakis, Tony, Hyde Park, Pa., assignor to Standard 
Railway Equipment Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 
111. Roof for railway freight cars. 2,453,307, Nov. 9. 

De Stefano, John, Jackson Heights, N. Y. Ice preventing 
means for propellers. 2,435,712, Feb. 10. 

De Stefano, John, Long Island City, N. Y. Combination 
dust cap and valve cap lock for tire valves. 2,453,001, 
Nov. 2. 

De Supinski, Bronislaw, Parkville, assignor to The Glenn 
L. Martin Company, Middle River, Md. Making poly- 
vinyl resin solutions. 2,447,398, Aug. 17. 

De Swart, Jan, Eagle Rock, Calif., assignor to Shellmar 
Products Corporation, Mount Vernon, Ohio. Bushing 
applicator. 2,441,756, May 18. 

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De Swart, Jan, Los Angeles, Calif., assignor by mesne 
assignments, to Shellmar Products Corporation, Chi- 
cago, HI. Blind bolt. 2,435,876, Feb. 10. 

De Swart, Jan, Los Angeles, assignor of one half to C. B. 
Jamison, Beverly Hills, and one half to A. E. Wright, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Bottle cap. 2,439,845, Apr. 20. 

De Tar, Donald R., Stratford, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Cathode-ray apparatus. 2,443,025, 
June 8. 

De Tray, George E., Independence, Mo. Scissors 
sharpener. 2,451,203, Oct. 12. 

De Trey Freres S. A., assignee : See — 
Castan, Pierre. 

Detrich, Donald J., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to Curtiss- 
Wright Corporation. Projectile. 2,444,283, June 29. 

Detrick, M. H, Company, assignee : 
Hosbein, Louis H., and Ellman. 

Detrick, Robert S. : See — 

Corson, Ben B., and Detrick. 

Detroit Edison Company, assignee : 
Du Brie, Stanley R. 
Matthews, George A. 

Detroit Engineering Laboratories, Inc., assignee : See — 
Du Brie, Stanley R. 

Detroit Harvester Company, assignee : See — 
Floraday, Burton S. 

Detroit Lubricator Company, assignee : See — 
Dillman, Earnest J. 
Landon, Walter S. 

Detroit Rex Products Company, assignee : See — 
Dinley, Clarence F. 

Detroit Steel Products Company, assignee : See — 
Gillett, William, and Miller. 

Detroit Stoker Company, assignee : See — 
Beers, Royce L. 

Dettinger, David, Little Neck, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Hazeltine Research, Inc., Chicago, 111. 
Standing-wave measuring apparatus. 2,454,042, Nov. 
16. 

Dettman, Harold V., Chicago, 111. Method and apparatus 
for bending sheet material. 2,436,383, Feb. 24. 

Dettmer, Edward V. : See — 

Wiley, Ralph M., and Dettmer. 

De Tuesta, Alvaro C. D., Habana, Cuba. Safeguard device 
for razor blades. 2,443,495, June 15. 

Detuno, Rocco J., Chicago, 111., assignor to Western Elec- 
tric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Voltage 
regulating amplifier 6ystem. 2,451,021, Oct. 12. 

Detweiler, Wilbur O., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Con- 
necting plug. 2,445,608, July 20. 

Detwiler, James G., assignor to The Texas Company, New 
York, N. Y. Stabilized grease compositions. 2,443,026, 
June 8. 

Deutsch Company, The, assignee : See — 
Miller, William J. 

Deutsch, Harold F. : See — 

Williams, John W., and Deutsch. 

Deutsch, Joseph J., Norwalk, Conn., and J. Vigilante, New 
York, N. Y., said Vigilante assignor to said Deutsch. 
Ice-cream scoop. 2,454,735, Nov. 23. 

Deutsch, William, Los Angeles, Calif. Collapsible razor. 
2,442,078, May 25. 

De Vaney, Fred D., assignor to Erie Mining Company, 
Hibbing, Minn. Froth flotation of silicious gangue from 
an alkaline magnetic iron ore pulp with an amine. 
2,450,720, Oct. 5. 

Devaney, Lawrence W. : See — 

McBee, Earl T., and Devaney. 

Devaux, Lucien, Lyon, France, assignor to International 
Standard Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. Si- 
multaneous plural frequency start-stop telegraph sys- 
tem. 2,435,035, Jan. 27. 

Devaux, Lucien, Lyon, France, assignor to International 
Standard Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. BIock 
entrance initiated train signaling system. 2,447,497,. 
Aug. 24. 

Develay, Cesar, and G. M. Galvier, Paris, France. Auto- 
matic cupping device. 2,449,805, Sept. 21. 

De Vilbiss Company, The, assignee : See — 
Carr, William P. 
Clark, Albert R., and Kittle. 
Swallow, Herbert A., and De Vilbiss. 

Devine. George F., Easton, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Radio cabinet and speaker mount- 
ing. 2,440,078, Apr. 20. 

Devine, John J., Middletown, Conn. Pencil with internal 
illuminating means. 2,452,735, Nov. 2. 

Devens, Joseph M., Springfield, Mass. Vending machine. 
2 440 251 Apr. 27. 

Dev'er, 'otto E.', Burbank, Calif. Self-driven wheel. 
2,441,801, May 18. 

Devoe & Raynolds Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Greenlee, Sylvan O. 

De Vol, Bart E., Santa Ana, Calif. Automatic grass 
catcher. 2,440,934, May 4. 

Devol, George C, Greenwich, Conn., assignor to The 
Sperry Corporation. Coaxial line coupling. 2,449,983, 
Sept. 28. 

Devol, Manson L., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Pittsburgh 
Plate Glass Company, Allegheny County, Pa. Rolling 
of glass to form sheets. 2,444,731, July 6. 

De Vore, Henry B., Cranbury. N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. System for directing radio 
waves. 2,453,414, Nov. 9. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Devore, Weber : See — 

D'Ardenne, Walter H., Devore, Wolf, and Boyd. 

De Voss, Letta I. : See — 

Beckel, Arthur C, De Voss, Belter, and Smith. 

Devreotes, Peter : See — 

McCall, Fred H., and Devreotes. 

De Vries, George T., Kesley, Iowa. Navigation instru- 
ment. 2,433,984, Jan. 6. 

De Vries, Gerrit, Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Hartford National Bank and 
Trust Company, as trustee. Device for indicating direc- 
tion and distance. 2,444,388, June 29. 

De Vries, Lyn H., San Jose, Calif. Child's garment. 
2,445,909, July 27. 

De Vries, Millard, assignor to O. R. Hagans, Denver, Colo. 
Wrench for waterproof watch cases. 2,443,920, June 8. 

De Vry Corporation, assignee : See — 
De Vry, William C. 
Eess, Thomas I., and Lang. 

De Vry, William C, assignor to De Vry Corporation, Chi- 
cago, 111. Film splicer. 2,446,576, Aug. 10. 

De Walt, Kenneth C, Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Envelope and electrode structure 
for electric discharge devices. 2,443,444, June 15. 

Dewan, Leon, Aiverne, assignor of one-half to P. W. 
Andrews, New York, N. Y. Generator for producing 
periodic current. 2,440,935, May 4. 

Dewar, James R., assignor to Stromberg-Carlson Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Peg count metering arrange- 
ment. 2,444,156, June 29. 

Dewas, Raymond, Amiens, France. Weaving loom having 
a continuous weft supply. 2,441,802, May 18. 

Dewas, Raymond, Amiens, France. Yarn tensioning de- 
vice. 2,457,450, Dec. 28. 

Dewe\ assignee : See— 

De Wrangell, Mathieu. 

De Weese, Joseph C, Essex, assignor to The Glenn L. 
Martin Company, Middle River, Md. Fluid seal for 
fittings. 2,439,244, Apr. 6. 

Dewey and Almy Chemical Company, assignee : See — 
Maeder, Henry G., Jr., and Day. 
Ross, William C. 
Ross, William C, and Neiley. 
Shanklin, Dunbar L. 
Shanklin, Dunbar L.. and Stokes. 
Tompkins, Norman G. 

Dewey, Charles S., Jr., Far Hills, assignor to Shaw Insu- 
lator Company, Irvington, N. J. Apparatus for molding 
cored articles of organic plastic material. 2,436,065, 
Feb. 17. 

Dewey, Clarence L., assignor to C. E. Taylor and H. E. 
Lerner, copartners, doing business as Taylor Sales En- 
gineering Company, Elkhart, Ind. Floating filter. 
2,448,212, Aug. 31. 

Dewey, Edward B., Washington, D. C. Agricultural ma- 
chine. 2,449,062, Sept. 14. 

Dewhirst, Paul A., assignee : See — 
Hamer, Leland S. 

De Wilde, Albert N., and W. W. Mansfield, assignors to 
Penn Electric Switch Co., Goshen, Ind. Tube forming 
die. 2,443,416, June 15. 

De Witt, William J., and H. A. Corbett. assignors to Shoe 
Form Co. Inc., Auburn, N. Y. Fishhook making ma- 
chine. 2,451,477, Oct. 19. 

De Wrangell, Mathieu, Paris, assignor to DeNve\ Clichy 
(Seine), France. Combination lock. 2,447,785, Aug. 24. 

Dexter Folder Company, assignee : See — , 

Schneider, Walter E. 
Williams, Leo C. 

Dexter Folding Company, assignee : See — 
Williams, Leo C. 

Dexter, Gregory M., Scarsdale, N. Y., and F. H. Thurber, 
Washington, D. C. ; said Thurber assignor to the United 
States of America as represented by the Secretary of 
Agriculture, and said Dexter assignor to United States 
Sugar Corporation, Clewiston, Fla. Production of 
sweet potato starch. 2,443,897, June 22. 

Dexter, Robert G.. Lexington, assignor to Barkley & 
Dexter, Boston, Mass. Package of individual cleansing 
tissue. 2,454,864, Nov. 30. 

Dey, Charles L., Princeton Junction, N. J. Digging and 
sorting machine. 2,447,399, Aug. 17. 

De Young, William, Hawthorne, and E. C. Weathered, 
Jersey City, N. J. Abrading machine. 2,437,245, 
Mar. 9. 

D'Halloy, Audoin, Paris, France. Refrigerating machine. 
2,440,079, Apr. 20. 

Dhein, Leonard H. : See — 

Hall, George E., Jr., Hultquist, and Dhein. 

D'Horaene, Elie F. H., Brussels, Belgium. Display stand 
for show windows. 2,435,132, Jan. 27. 

Dial, James M., Dayton, Ohio. Subcaliber attachment 
for guns. 2,457,354, Dec. 28. 

DIamant, Fred J., New York, N. Y. Composite shoe plat- 
form. 2,448,663, Sept. 7. 

Diamant, Malvina, New York, N. Y. Stocking dryer. 
2,440,169, Apr. 20. 

Diamond Alkali Company, assignee : See — 
Cunningham, George L. 

Diamond, Doris, assignee : See — 
Diamond, Israel. 



Diamond, Harry, and F. W. Dunmore, Washington, D. C, 
and W. S. Hinman, Jr., Falls Church, Va., assignors 
to the United States of America, as represented by the 
Secretary of Commerce. Determining upper air wind 
conditions by radio direction finding. 2,434,263, Jan. 
13. 

Diamond, Herbert H., assignee : See — 
Diamond, Israel. 

Diamond, Israel, assignor of one-fourth to R. Diamond, 
one-fourth to D. Diamond, one-fourth to M. Diamond, 
and one-fourth to H. H. Diamond, Washington, D. C. 
Forming eyes on wire. 2,454,997, Nov. 30. 

Diamond, Louis, and M. R. Udell, Chicago, 111. Orthopedic 
appliance and making the same. 2,436,164, Feb. 17. 

Diamond Power Specialty Corporation, assignee : See — 
Howse, Curtis L. 

Diamond Match Company, The, assignee : See — 
Madigan, William A. 

Diamond, Mildred, assignee : See — 
Diamond, Israel. 

Diamond, Ruth, assignee : See — 
Diamond, Israel. 

Diamond Craft of America, Inc., assignee : See — 
Ludel, Jacob. 

Diaphragm & Chemical Company, assignee : See — 
Waterbury, Carl C. 

Di Bartolomeo, Joseph A., Baltimore, Md. Children's 
vehicle. 2,451,665, Oct. 19. 

Di Bonaventura, Marino, Southbridge, Mass. Retinoscope 
for determining refractive errors of the eye. 2,448,140. 
Aug. 31. 

Dichter, Morris : See — 

Lockrey, Andrew J., and Dichter. 

Dick, Burns, Ferguson, assignor to Wagner Electric Cor- 
poration, St. Louis, Mo. Piston and seal. 2,438,153. 
Mar. 23. 

Dick, John P., Haley, assignor to Dominion Magnesium 
Limited, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Producing mag- 
nesium ore briquettes. 2,435,495, Feb. 3. 

Dickason, John W. : See — 

De Smet, Edgard C, and Dickason. 

Dlcke, Oscar H., assignor to General Railway Signal Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Airplane course indicating 
system. 2,439,846, Apr. 20. 

Dicke, Robert H., Princeton, N. J. Detection of high-speed 
charged particles. 2,448,963, Sept. 7. 

Dickens, Lonnie A., Archdale, N. C. Controls and systems 
for defrosting cooling units of refrigerating machines. 

2.446.910, Aug. 10. 

Dickens, Lonnie A., High Point, N. C. Hill-holding brake 

device. 2,438,154, Mar. 23. 
Dickens, Richard G., Elmira Heights, N. Y., assignor to 

Bendix Aviation Corporation. Engine starter gearing. 

2,457,213, Dec. 28. 
Dickenson, Haydn G., Warrington, assignor to Ward, 

Blenkinsop & Company Limited, London, England. 

Process for the production of cyclic lactones. 2,449,162, 

Sept. 14. 
Dickerman, Fred N, Nichols, assignor to United Aircraft 

Corporation, East Hartford, Conn. Arresting hook. 

2.452.911, Nov. 2. 

Dickerman, Gilbert K., assignor to Consolidated Water 
Power and Paper Company, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis. 
Production of clay suspensions. 2,440,601, Apr. 27. 

Dickerman, Harry K. : See — 

Nyden, Robert, and Dickerman. 

Dickerman, Hubert E., Springfield, Mass. Safety guard 
for presses and the like. 2,443.726, June 22. 

Dickerson, J. Edward, assignee : See — 
Dickerson, Winifred S. 

Dickerson, Leary, Jamaica, Va. Oyster punching ma- 
chine. 2,444,636, July 6. 

Dickerson, Paul M. : See — 

Furst, Albert J., Aakjer, and Dickerson. 

Dickerson, Paul M., East Orange, N. J., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Electron discharge device having an electron beam pas- 
sage and aligning means therewith for the cathode. 
2,451,813, Oct. 19. 

Dickerson, William N., Sullivan, Ind.. and L. D. Gonzales, 
El Paso, Tex. Electrical induction heater for carbu- 
retors. 2,441,312, May 11. 

Dickerson, Winifred S., assignor of one-half to J. E. Dick- 
erson, Atlanta, Ga. Brassiere. 2,445,767, July 27. 

Dickey, Frank H., Pasadena, assignor to Shell Develop- 
ment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Reaction prod- 
ucts of tertiary organic hydroperoxides with aldehydes 
or ketones. 2,455,569, Dec. 7. 

Dickey, George D., assignor of one-half to H. M. Hunter, 
New York, N. Y. Rotary filter. 2,455,409. Dec. 7. 

Dickey, John W., Elmira, N. Y., assignor to Bendix Avia- 
tion Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Laundry drier. 
2.445,516, July 20. 

Dickey, Joseph B. : See — 

McNally, James G., and Dickey. 

Dickey, Joseph B., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Monoazo dye containing a trinuoro 
acetylamino group. 2,436,100, Feb. 17. 

Dickey, Joseph B., and J. G. McNally, assignors to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Monoazo com- 
pounds. 2,434,150, Jan. 6. 

Dickey, Joseph B., and F. C. Duennebler, assignors to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Polymers of 
cyanoacrylic acid derivatives. 2,439,081, Apr. 6. 



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Dickey, Joseph B., and J. R. Byers, Jr., Rochester, N. Y., 
and J. G. McNally, Oak Ridge, Tenn., assignors to 
Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Monazo 
compounds containing a pyrazolone nucleus. 2,439,798, 
Apr. 20. 

Dickey, Joseph B., Rochester, N. Y., and J. G. McNally, 
Oak Ridge, Tenn., assignors to Eastman Kodak Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Azo compounds. 2,442,345, 
June 1. 

Dickey, Joseph B., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. 2-acylamino-l,3-butadienes. 2,446,172, 
Aug. 3. 

Dickey, Joseph B., Rochester, N. Y., and J. G. McNally, 
Kingsport, Tenn., assignors to Eastman Kodak Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Trimethylenebenzomoropholine 
azo compounds. 2,448,869, Sept. 7. 

Dickey, Joseph B., Rochester, N. Y., and J. G. McNally, 
Kingsport, Tenn., assignors to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Azo compounds containing a triazole 
nucleus. 2,448,870, Sept. 7. 

Dickey. Joseph B., Rochester, N. Y., and J. G. McNally, 
Kingsport, Tenn., assignors to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Azo compounds containing a tetra- 
hydroquinoline nucleus. 2,448,871, Sept. 7. 

Dickey, Joseph B., and E. B. Towne, assignors to Eastman 
Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Aminoanthraquinone 
dye compounds containing a trifluoromethyl group. 

2.451.478, Oct. 19. 
Dickey, Paul S. : See — 

Johnson, Clarence, Gorrie, and Dickey. 

Dickey, Paul S., Shaker Heights, Ohio, assignor to Bailey 
Meter Company. Control system for feeding fuel to 
furnaces. 2,439,721, Apr. 13. 

Dickieson, Robert W., Detroit, assignor to The Gear Grind- 
ing Machine Company, Hamtramck, Mich. Trimming 
mechanism for grinder wheels. 2,453,501, Nov. 9. 

Dickinson, Arthur H., Greenwich, Conn., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Sequential electronic commutator with supple- 
mentary grid control. 2,477,799, Aug. 24. 

Dickinson, Arthur H., Greenwich, Conn., assignor to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Sequential electronic commutator with supple- 
mentary grid control. 2,447,800, Aug. 24. 

Dickinson, Arthur H., Greenwich, Conn., assignor to In- 
ternational Business Machines Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Electronic trigger circuit with pulse output at- 
tenuating means. 2,456,818, Dec. 21. 

Dickinson, Arthur H., Scarsdale, assignor to International 
Business Machines Corporation, New York, N. Y. Rec- 
ord controlled adding and comparing machine. 
2,434,487, Jan. 13. 

Dickinson, Arthur H., Scarsdale, assignor to International 
Business Machines Corporation, New York, N. Y. Var- 
iable frequency relaxation oscillator. 2,453,203, Nov. 9. 

Dickinson, Horace, South Gate, Calif. Thermal-mechani- 
cal element. 2,448,784, Sept. 7. 

Dickinson, John T., Basking Ridge, N. J., O. Morfit, Scars- 
dale, and L. J. Van Orden, Olean, N. Y., assignors to 
The M. W. Kellogg Company, Jersey City, N. J. Frac- 
tionation of fats. 2,454,638, Nov. 23. 

Dickinson, Robert C, and R. E. Frink, Wilkinsburg, as- 
signors to Westinghouse Elecertic Corporation. East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Circuit interrupter. 2,442,199, May 
25. 

Dickman, Calvin H., Brewster, Minn. Manually operated 
vegetable slicer. 2,449,282, Sept. 14. 

Dickman, Forrest W., Ashland, Ohio, assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Cover operating mechanism. 2,442,869, June 8. 

Dickman, Joseph E., Chicago, 111. Motion-picture pro- 
jector adapter for showing still pictures. 2,438,333, 
Mar. 23. 

Dickson, James T., Los Angeles, Calif. Pressure actuator 
for brakes. 2,446,694, Aug. 10. 

Dickson, John B., assignor to Chrysler Corporation. High- 
land Park, Mich. Instrument lighting. 2,452,294, 
Oct. 26. 

Dickson, Ross O., Mexico City, Mexico. Dental template. 
2,448,085, Aug. 31. 

Di Cosmo, Pasquale V., Phillipsburg. and M. C. Ricciardi, 
Dover, assignors to The Canister Company, Phillips- 
burg, N. J. Canister. 2,438,430, Mar. 23. 

Dictaphone Corporation, assignee : See — 
Bliss, Harding, and Sussky. 
Bossmeyer, Charles L. 
Brubaker, George P. 
Leitner, Richard G., and Rieber. 
Petruschell, Lucius P. 
Roberts, Frederick W., and Curtis. 

Dictograph Products Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Young, Don H., and Mallalieu. 

Diddams, Donald G. : See — ■ 

Salvesen, Jorgen Richter, Brink, Diddams, and 
Owzarski. 

Didget, Adna S., Cape May Court House, N. J. Automatic 
poultry fountain. 2,446,695, Aug. 10. 

Diebold Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Bruen, George C, and Miller. 
Magaw, Ronald R., and Miller. 
Nero, Fred P. 

Diehl, Walter S., United States Navy. Airflow stabilizer. 

2.451.479, Oct. 19. 



Diehnelt, Walter, Menomonee Falls, Wis. Bottom board 
assembly for beehives. 2,446,081, July 27. 

Diemel, Albert H. : See — 

Peterson, Carl D., and Deimel. 

Diesel Filter Co., assignee : See — 
Sager, Victor. 

Diessel, Anton E., assignor to International Shoe Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Shoe machine. 2,450,643, Oct. 5. 

Dieter, Curtis E., and B. J. Thiegs, assignors to The Dow 
Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Dichlorodipbenyl- 
trichloroethane and cyclohexyldiphenylether insecticidal 
composition. 2,442,760, June 8. 

Dieter, Walter G., assignor to Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass 
Company, Toledo, Ohio. Glass-topped tennis table. 
2,447,743, Aug. 24. 

Dietert, Harry W., Detroit, Mich. Apparatus for testing 
molding sand. 2,448,964, Sept. 7. 

Diethert, Russell S., Chicago, 111., assignor to Northwest 
Plastics, Inc., St. Paul, Minn. Electrical terminal 
bushing. 2,457,535, Dec. 28. 

Dietrich, Walter L., assignor to The Arrow-Hart & Hege- 
man Electric Company, Hartford, Conn. Rotary switch 
contact assembly. 2,440,578, Apr. 27. 

Dietrichson, William F., and J. Christiansen, Berwick, 
Pa., assignors to American Car and Foundry Company, 
New York, N. Y. Plate metal sill brace and draft gear 
stop. 2,444,637, July 6. 

Dietz, Albert E., Washington, D. C. Smoker's pipe. 
2,454,436, Nov. 23. 

Dietz, Charles : See — 

Lee, Pyungtoo W., and Dietz. 

Dietz, R. E., Company, assignee : See — ■ 
Wadsworth, Charles J. 

Dietze, Emil, Richmond Hill, assignor to American Cast- 
ing & Manufacturing Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Hasp seal. 2,435,713, Feb. 10. 

Dietzler, Andrew J. : See — ■ 

Britton, Edgar C., and Dietzler. 

Differentiator Inc., assignee : See — 
Allen, Clarence G. 

Digby, James J., Elmira, assignor to Bendix Aviation 
Company, Elmira Heights, N. Y. Engine starter gear- 
ing. 2,444,284, June 29. 

Diggs, Lemuel W, Whitehaven, Tenn., assignor to the 
United States of America, as represented by the Secre- 
tary of War. Transfusion equipment. 2,435,820, Feb, 
10. 

Di Ghilini, Alexander E., administrator, et al. : See — 
Di Ghilini, Ulrich L. 

Di Ghilini, Elston, administrator, et al. : See — 
Di Ghilini, Ulrich L. 

Di Ghilini, Ulrich L., deceased, Beverly Hills, Calif. ; 
A. E. and E. di Ghilini, administrators. Recording and 
reproducing apparatus. 2,446,324, Aug. 3. 

Digmon, Ed M., Birmingham, Ala. Device for night fish- 
ing. 2,446,459, Aug. 3. 

Dike, Paul H., Jenkintown, and E. D. Doyle, assignors to 
Leeds and Northrup Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Re- 
corder with magnetically positioned electric indicator. 
2,449,283, Sept. 14. 

Dike, Ralph E., McCook, Nebr. Bed lamp. 2,451,157, 
Oct. 12. 

Dilks, Uselma C. S., Narberth, Pa., assignor to the United 
States of America as represented by the Secretary of 
the Navy. Pendulum controlled electric dive angle 
indicator. 2,445,517, July 20. 

Dill, Gilbert D., South Bend, Ind., assignor to American 
Wheelabrator & Equipment Corporation. Abrasive 
cleaning system. 2.434,881, Jan. 20. 

Dill Manufacturing Company, The, assignee : See — 
Crowley, John C. 

Dillaby, Edwin F., Beverly, assignor to B. A. Coffin, Pea- 
body, Mass. Top cap for electron tubes. 2,446,460, 
Aug. 3. 

Dillinger, Joy F., Riverside, and C. C. Patton, Chicago, 111., 
assignors to Western Electric Company, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Fluxing method in soldering. 
2,439.159, Apr. 6. 

Diller, Isaac M., Glen Ridge, N. J. Welding metal bodies 
by high-frequency electric heating of dielectric material 
therebetween. 2,438,155, Mar. 23. 

Dillman, Earnest J., assignor to Detroit Lubricator Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Thermostatic valve. 2,439,336, 
Apr. 6. 

Dillon, Harry R., Niagara Falls, N. Y. Glass spring for 
securing electrical units. 2,441,234, May 11. 

Dilworth, Richard M., Hinsdale, 111., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Driving and braking 
device. 2,440,850, May 4. 

Di-Met Proprietary Limited, assignee : See — 
Nightingall, Victor C. J. 

Dimick, Adele L. : See — 

Fevold, Harry L., and Dimick. 

Dimick, Henry N., assignor to Hyster Company, Portland, 
Oreg. Vehicle lighting system. 2,453,415, Nov. 9. 

Dimick, Keene P. : See — 

Fraenkel-Conrat, Heinz L., Humfeld, Lewis, Dimick, 
and Olcott. 

Dimick, Royal H. : See — 

Chase, Leon R., and Dimick. 

Dimick, William A., St. Johnsbury, Vt., assignor to Fair- 
banks, Morse & Co., Chicago, 111. Balance weight assem- 
bly for weighing scales. 2,456,178, Dec. 14. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Dimit, Dwan G., Sierra Madre, Calif. Card holder with 
slide. 2,447,903, Aug. 24. 

Dimler, Robert J., Peoria, 111., assignor to United States 
of America as represented by the Secretary of Agricul- 
ture. Alkali process for wheat starch production. 
2,455,981, Dec. 14. 

Dimmick, Glenn L., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Sound-to-image transducing 
system. 2,453,502, Nov. 9. 

Dimond, Thomas L., Rutherford, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Phase synchronized pulsed trigger circuit. 2,435,207, 
Feb. 3. 

Dimond, Thomas L., Rutherford, N. J., assignor to Bell 

Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 

Multivibrator. 2,440,252, Apr. 27. 
Dimond, Thomas L., Rutherford, N. J., assignor to Bell 

Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 

Oscilloscope circuit. 2,444,338, June 29. 
Di Monico, George S. : See — 

Leathers, Ward, and Di Monico. 
Dimsdale, Wilfrid H., and K. J. Challis, assignors to Ilford 

Limited, Ilford, England. Gelatino-silver halide photo- 
graphic elements containing higher fatty alcohols. 

2,454,043, Nov. 16. 
Dinesen, Laurits, assignor to Perfection Manufacturing 

Corporation, Minneapolis, Minn. Pulsator for milking 

machines. 2,447,688, Aug. 24. 
Dingley, Edward N., Jr., Arlington, Va. Radio direction 

finder. 2,454,783, Nov. 30. 
Dings Magnetic Separator Co., assignee : See — 
Crockett, Robert E. 
Manegold, Robert L. 
Manegold, Robert L., and Wynne. 
Dinley, Clarence P., assignor to Detroit Rex Products Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Apparatus for solvent extraction. 

2,447,845, Aug. 24. 
Dinnick, George M. : See — 

Slack, Charles M., and Dinnick. 
Dinsley, Alfred, La Canada, Calif. . Luminescent signaling 

composition. 2,439,598, Apr. 13. 
Di Nucci, Edward A. : See — 

Dailey, William H., Jr., and Di Nucci. 
Dinyer, Frank J., Mandan, N. Dak. Inhaler. 2,451,540, 

Oct. 19. 
Dinzl, Richard W., Westfield, assignor to The Watson- 

Stillman Co., Roselle, N. J. Injection molding. 

2,439,966, Apr. 20. 
Dinzl, Richard W., Westfield, assignor to The Watson- 

Stillman Co., Roselle, N. J. Molding machine. 2,444,339, 

June 29. 
Dion, Amedee, Ste. Therese de Blainville, Quebec, Canada. 

Auxiliary chaffer for threshing machines. 2,441,917, 

May 18. 
Dion, Raymond F.. Leominster, assignor to Crompton & 

Knowles Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Electronically 

controlled motor-driven loom letoff. 2,450,470, Oct. 5. 
Dion, Raymond F., Leominster, and W. H. Wakefield, as- 
signors to Crompton & Knowles Loom Works, Worester, 

Mass. Weft detecting system for convertible looms. 

2,446,747, Aug. 10. 
Di Pasquale, Salvatore, New York, N. Y. Broiler. 

2,441,994, May 25. 
Di Pietro, Carmelo V., Birmingham, Mich. Refrigerated 

liquid dispensing apparatus. 2,435,774, Feb. 10. 
Di Pietro, Carmelo V. ; Birmingham, Mich., assignor to 

Richardson Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Method and 

apparatus for sterilizing glasses, dishes, or the like. 

2,439,042, Apr. 6. 
Di Pietro, Carmelo V., Birmingham, Mich. Carbonator 

apparatus. 2,442,801, June 1. 
Di Renzo, Simon, assignor of one-third to A. A. Steinle 

and one-third to J. J. McDevitt, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Combination tank cap and signalling device for gasoline 

tanks. 2,441,872, May 18. 
Dirksen, Ole A., Spencer, Iowa. Combination bicycle seat 

and luggage carrier. 2,436,991, Mar. 2. 
Dirksen, Ole A., Spencer, Iowa. Knife holder and sharp- 
ener. 2,441.690, May 18. 
Dirlam, John C, and J. I. Morris, assignors to J. I. Morris 

Co., Inc., Southbridge, Mass. Replaceable optical temple 

cover. 2,436,101, Feb. 17. 
Diroff, Alton J.: See — 

Peltier, Walter J., and Diroff. 
Dlrstine, Philip H. : See — 

Davis, Clyde W., Dlrstine. and Brown. 
Dischinger, Irvin E., Jr. : See — 

Bell, James R., Stacy, and Dischinger. 
Dishal. Milton: See— 

Richardson, Avery G., Dishal, and Le Grand. 
Dlshmaker, Anton A., deceased, Waupaca, Wis. ; O. A. 

Dlshmaker, executor. Hedge trimmer. 2,443,027, 

June 8. 
Dlshmaker, Orville A., executor : See — 

Dishmaker, Anton A. 
Disney, Walt, Productions, assignee : Sec — 
Iwerks, TJbbe E. 
Jones, Richard. 
Dlsotell, Mose E., Berlin, Wis. Pole holder. 2,439,847, 

Apr. 20. 

Disposable Bottle Corporation, assignee : See — 
Allen, Adda M. 



Dissel, Theodore A., Hartford, and I. L. Newell, Wethers- 
field, assignors to United Aircraft Corporation, East 
Hartford. Conn. Deicing composition for aircraft parts 
and surfaces. 2,451,814, Oct. 19. 
Disston, Henry, & Sons, assignee : See — 

Graff, William H. 
Distad, Merril F. : See — . 

Page, Robert M., and Distad. 
Distillation Products, Inc., assignee : See — 
Barnitz, Edward S. 
Denys, Orban. 

Embree, Norris D., and Kuhrt. 
Embree, Norris D., and Shantz. 
Hickman, Kenneth C. D. 
Hobbie, Albert C. 
Kuipers, George A. 
Nagel, Gerhard R., and Johnson. 
Distillers Company, Limited, The, assignee : See — 
Duval, Bruce, and Tuerck. 
Elce, Alec, Hall, and Tuerck. 
Galitzenstein, Eugen Gottfried, and Woolf. 
Salt, Francis E. 

Stanley, Herbert M., Salt, and Williams. 
Staudinger, Hanns P., and Cooke. 
Staudinger, Hanns P., Faulkner, and Wright. 
Staudinger, Hanns P., Kelly, and Cooper. 
Staudinger, Hanns P., and Tuerck. 
Tuerck, Karl H. W. 
Tuerck, Karl H. W., and Brittain. 
Tuerck, Karl H. W., and Lichtenstein. 
Ditchfield, Frank, assignor to The Youngstown Steel Door 
Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Car door. 2,447,846, 
Aug. 24. 
Diterichs, Wladimir, Paris, France ; vested in the Attorney 
General of the United States. Manufacture of syn- 
thetic mineral products. 2,455,358, Dec. 7. 
Di Toro, Michael J., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Hazeltine Research, Inc., Chicago, 111. 
Time-delay network. 2,454,865, Nov. 30. 
Di Toro, Michael J., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Hazeltine Research, Inc., Chicago, 111. 
Time-delay network. 2,457,212, Dec. 28. 
Dittmar, Harry R. : See — 

Larson, Alfred T., Loder, and Dittmar. 
Dittmar, Harry R., and D. E. Strain, assignors to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Chemical process and product. 2,443,378. June 15. 
Dittmar, William R., Williamsport, Pa., assignor to Avco 
Manufacturing Corporation. Link-pin retaining device 
for radial engines. 2,437,877, Mar. 16. 
Dittmar, William W., Williamsport, Pa. Merry-go-round. 

2,457,355, Dec. 28. 
Ditto, Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Champion, William J. 
Dempsey, Harold L. 
Hess, Arthur L. 
Hess, Arthur L., and Denyven. 
Holik, Melville J. 
Little, Alfred E., and Jagger. 
Dittrich, Francis J., assignor to Pullman-Standard Car 
Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Railway dining 
car. 2,434,841, Jan. 20. 
Ditty, Allan V., Detroit, Mich. 

2,437,510, Mar. 9. 
Ditzler, Walter H., Columbus, Nebr. 

device. 2,450,721, Oct. 5. 
Divco Corporation, assignee : See — 

Nash, Carl B. 
Di Veglia, Joseph, Scotia, N. Y. Hand combat weapon. 

2,441,475, May 11. 
Diver, James D., Detroit, Mich. Holder for tubular lamps. 

2,446,461, Aug. 3. 
Diversey Corporation, The, assignee : See — 

Rich, Hyman R. 
Diversified Designing & Machine Products Corporation, 
assignee : See — 

Williams, Eugene D. 
Divoll. Richard L., Concord, Mass., assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, Teterboro, N. J. Attitude gyro. 
2,439,358, Apr. 6. 
Dixon, Arthur G., assignor to Modine Manufacturing 
Company, Racine, Wis. Convector heating unit. 
2,456,492, Dec. 14. 
Dixon, Cecil A., assignor to Minister of Supply in His 
Majesty's Government of the United Kingdom of Great 
Britain and Northern Ireland, London, England. In- 
cendiary projectile. 2,446,082 July 27. 
Dixon, Floyd B., Los Angeles, Calif. Refrigerating system 

of the inert gas type. 2,443,378, June 15. 
Dixon, James K. : See — 

Sayward, John M., and Dixon. 
Dixon, James IC, Riverside, Conn., and E. W. Cook as- 
signors to American Cyanamid Company, New York, 
N. Y. Production of aminopropionitriles. 2,439,359, 
Apr. 6. 

Dixon, James K., Riverside, and D. R. May, Stamford, 
Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid Company, New 
York, N. Y. Production of aryl substituted ethylenic 
compounds. 2,450,334, Sept. 28. 
Dixon, James Kenneth : See — 

Pfann, Harry F., and Dixon. 
Dixon, Joseph, Crucible Company, assignee : See — 
Reid, John O. 



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Dixon, Paul H., Wenham, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Valve. 
2,441,220, May 11. 

Dixon, Paul H., Wenham, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Feed mech- 
anism for rapid-fire guns. 2,453,786, Nov. 16. 

Dixon, Thomas F. : See — 

Weltman, William C, and Dixon. 

Do All Company, The, assignee : See — 
Southerwick, Harold I. 

Doane, Leroy C, Essex, assignor to The Sight Light 
Corporation, Deep River, Conn. Shock resistant relay. 
2,451,323, Oct. 12. 

Doane, Lewis B., and F. B. Bentley, New London, assignors 
to Electric Boat Company, Groton, Conn. Flexible metal 
hose. 2,449,369, Sept. 14. 

Doane Products Corporation, The, assignee : See — 
De Bishop, Arthur, Jr. 

Dobbins, Albert L., Kansas City, Mo. Teeth cleaning 
device. 2,444,638, July 6. 

Dobbins, Horace M., Pasadena, Calif. Craft propulsion. 
2,440,195, Apr. 20. 

Dobbins, John P., Los Angeles, assignor to North American 
Aviation, Inc., Inglewood, Calif. Reflex reproducing 
process. 2,441,010, May 4. _ 

Dobbs, John M., Timperley, and J. H. Ludlow, Bowdon, 
England. Screening means for vacuum electric tube 
devices. 2,438,115, Mar. 23. 

Dobbs, Richard H., Atlanta, Kans. Earth boring machine. 
2,453,204, Nov. 9. 

Dobbs, Richard H., Atlanta, Kans. Posthole auger. 
2,456,819, Dec. 21. 

Dobie, Edward J., and A. F. Raymond, Robbinsdale, Minn. 
Disintegrator drilling device. 2,436,251, Feb. 17. 

Dobie, George N., Jr., assignor to Supervision, Incorpo- 
rated, Cleveland. Ohio. Folder. 2,452,231, Oct. 26. 

Dobie, Abner, assignor to Stanley Steam Motors Cor- 
poration, Chicago, 111. Speed and cutoff control means 
for steam engines and the like. 2,440,328, Apr. 27. 

Dobie, Abner, assignor to Stanley Steam Motors Cor- 
poration, Chicago, 111. Control means for correlating 
supply of aspirating to aspirated fluids. 2,440,329, 
Apr. 27. 

Doblin, Percy W., Brooklyn, and H. Ashworth, Baldwin, 
N. Y. Belt splicing device. 2,438,361, Mar. 23. 

Dobrin, Harry, assignor to Furnace Engineers, Inc., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. Heat-treating furnace. 2,446,642, Aug. 10. 

Dobson, Jessica, Whickham, England. Trousers, shorts 
and the like. 2,448,705, Sept. 7. 

Docherty, Charles D. : See — 

Cairns, John E. I., and Docherty. 

Dockendorff, Ralph L., Goose Creek, Tex., assignor to 
Standard Oil Development Company. Toluene sulfonic 
acid treatment of aromatic hydrocarbons. 2,438,001, 
Mar. 16. 

Docksey, Patrick, Sunbury-on-Thames, assignor to Anglo- 
Iranian Oil Company Limited, London, England. Con- 
trolled fractional distillation of petroleum. 2,453,205, 
Nov. 9. 

Dodd, Arthur E., Edgewood, assignor to The Union Switch 
& Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Electrical control 
apparatus. 2,436,293, Feb. 17. 

Dodd, Arthur E., Edgewood, assignor to The Union Switch 
& Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Electrical control 
apparatus. 2,446,216, Aug. 3. 

Dodd, Arthur E., Edgewood, assignor to The Union Switch 
& Signal Company, Swissvale, Pa. Electrical relay. 
2,456,112, Dec. 14. 

Dodds, John M., Timperley, and J. H. Ludlow, Bowdon, 
England. Unicontrolled transmitter tuning and antenna 
switching arrangements. 2,438,116, Mar. 23. 

Dodds, John M., Timperley, and J. H. Ludlow, Bowdon, 
England. Multirange tuner for ultra high frequency 
transmitters. 2,438,474, Mar. 23. 

Dodds, John M., Timperley, and J. H. Ludlow, Bowdon, 
England. Multirange tuner for ultra high frequency 
transmitters. 2,438,475, Mar. 23. 

Dodds, John M., Timperley, and J. H. Ludlow, Bowdon, 
England. Multirange tuning means for radio frequency 
generators. 2,438,476, Mar. 23. 

Dodds, John M., Timperley, and J. H. Ludlow, Bowdon, 
England. Tuning circuit for radio transmitters. 
2,438,477, Mar. 23. 

Dodds, John M., Timperley, and G. J. Scoles, East Sheen, 
London, assignors to Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical 
Company Limited, London, England. Relaxation cir- 
cuits for producing electrical impulses at regular recur- 
rence frequencies. 2,438,845, Mar. 30. 

Dodds, John M., Timperley, G. J. Scoles, East Sheen, 
London, M. E. Haine, Sale, and R. F. Archer, Man- 
chester, assignors to Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical 
Company Limited, London, England. Synchronized 
pulse producer. 2,442,286. May 25. 

Dodelin, Frederick A., Glen Ridge, assignor to Pyrene Man- 
ufacturing Company, Newark, N. J. Discharge head 
for pressure fluid tanks. 2,441,011, May 4. 

Dodge, Adiel Y., Rockford, assignor to Borg-Warner Cor- 
poration, Chicago, m. Universal joint. 2,441,347, May 

Dodge, Adiel Y., Rockford, 111. Adjustable crank. 

2,445,710, July 20. 
Dodge, Adiel Y., Rockford, 111. Transmission. 2,446,462, 

Aug. 3. 



Dodge, Floyd L., assignor to The Wade Tool Co., Waltham, 
Mass. Collet seal. 2,448,423, Aug. 31. 

Dodge, Frederick G., La Vale, Md., assignor to Celanese 
Corporation of America. Pile materials and production 
thereof. 2,438,156, Mar. 23. 

Dodge, Howard M., Wabash, Ind., assignor to The General 
Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Making rubber 
articulated joints. 2,457,647, Dec. 28. 

Dodge, Lysander H., Huntington Beach, Calif. Flashlight 
attachment for small arms. 2,450,584, Oct. 5. 

Dodge Manufacturing Corporation, assignee : See — 
Fast, Marion L. 
Firth, David. 

Dodge, Ralph L. : See — 

Keenen, Frank G., and Dodge. 

Dodge, Ronald D., Poughkeepsie, assignor to International 
Business Machines Corporation, New York, N. Y. Power 
operated case shift mechanism for typewriting machines. 
2,439456, Apr. 13. 

Dodge, Ronald D., Poughkeepsie, assignor to International 
Business Machines Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Power-operated skip tabulating mechanism for type- 
writing machines. 2,451,722, Oct. 19. 

Dodge, Thomas C., Seattle, Wash., assignor to Continental 
Can Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Automatic can 
distributor. 2,455,741, Dec. 7. 

Dodge, Wesley, Oakland, Calif., assignor to Paterson 
Parchment Paper Company, Bristol, Pa. Bag handling 
machinery. 2,436,955, Mar. 2. 

Dodington, Sven H. M., Forest Hills, assignor to Federal 
Telephone and Radio Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Pulse radar interference producer. 2,440,253, Apr. 27. 

Dodson, Edward, Oaks, Puriton, near Bridgwater, Eng- 
land. Fuel supply system for aircraft engines. 2,441,012, 
May 4. 

Dodson, Howard W., Yeadon, assignor to United Steel 
Barrel Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Chain and method 
and apparatus for forming same. 2,440,254, Apr. 27. 

Dodson, Jesse L., Kingston, assignor of one-half to H. 
Hoder, Scranton, Pa. Electrical indicating apparatus 
and circuit closer therefor. 2,437,018, Mar. 2. 

Dodson, William C. : See — 

Drum, Harry S., Dodson, and Jaxheimer. 

Doebert, Martin H., Buffalo, N. Y. Tool for applying 
traction devices on wheels. 2,438,547, Mar. 30. 

Doeh Development Co., assignee : See — 
Ruderfer, Martin. 

Doelling, George L., St. Louis, and K. H. Adams, Fenton, 
assignors to Mississippi Valley Research Laboratories, 
Inc., St. Louis, Mo. Plasticizable organic compounds 
plasticized with an alkoxyalkyl ether of a halonitro- 
phenol. 2,450,272, Sept. 28. 

Doelz, Melvin L., Cedar Rapids, Iowa, assignor to Collins 
Radio Company. Radio system for transmission and 
reception on the same frequency. 2,457,134, Dec. 28. 

Doelz, Melvin L., Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to Collins 
Radio Company, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Automatic fre- 
quency control system. 2,445,663, July 20. 

Doelz, Melvin L., Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to Collins 
Radio Company, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Multifrequency 
generating and selecting system. 2,445,664, July 20. 

Doering, Charles and H. H., E. W. Anderson, and B. J. 
Skoglund, Chicago, III. ; said Anderson - and said 
Skoglund assignors to said C. and H. H. Doering. 
Apparatus for cutting and impressing substances. 
2,441,757, May 18. 

Doering, Henry H. : See — 

Doering, Charles and H. H., Anderson, and Skog- 
lund. 

Doering, Raymond A., San Francisco, Calif. Heating 
stove. 2,433,829, Jan. 6. 

Doerr, Keith : See — 

Doerr, Raymond and K. 
Doerr, Raymond S. and K. 

Doerr, Raymond and K., assignors to H. B. Sherman 
Manufacturing Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Ball-bearing 
valve stem. 2,451,928, Oct. 19. 

Doerr, Raymond S. and K., assignors to H. B. Sherman 
Manufacturing Co., Battle Creek, Mich. Washer assem- 
bly unit. 2,444,595, July 6. 

Doggett, David L., Mount Kisco, and W. Schier, Forest 
Hills, assignors to Hofstatter's Sons, Inc., Long Island 
City, N. Y. Convertible refreshment bar and partition- 
ing screen. 2,457,536, Dec. 28. 

Dohanian, Luke M., Somerville, Mass. Vertically pivoted 
automobile side-window laminated mirror. 2,437,154, 
Mar. 2. 

Doherty, William H., Elmhurst, N. Y. Shoe construction. 
2,445,665, July 20. 

Dohn, Myrtie, assignee, et al. : See — 
Brown, Clarence J., and F. S. 

Dohrmann, Frederick C, Los Angeles, Calif. Color chang- 
ing antiseptic composition. 2,451,022, Oct. 12. 

Dohrmann, Henry C, Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Buell 
Engineering Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Dust collector. 2,448,424, Aug. 31. 

Dohrn, Max, Berlin-Charlottenburg, and O. Laubereau, 
Berlin-Neukoln. Germany ; vested in the Attorney Gen- 
eral of the United States. P-amino phenyl-p'-amino 
pyridyl sulfone and making the same. 2,456,258, 
Dec. 14. 



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Wash., assignor of one-half 
Fishing pole holder. 



Doisy, Edward A., Webster Groves, and S. A. Thayer, 
St. Louis, Mo., D. W. MacCorquodale, Highland Park, 
111.. R. W. McKee, Newton, Mass., and S. B. Binkley, 
Detroit, Mich., assignors to President and Board of 
Trustees of St. Louis University, St. Louis, Mo. Ob- 
taining vitamin K compounds. 2,456,686, Dec. 21. 
Dolan, Alpheus J., Wilkinsburg, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Power fac- 
tor control. 2,441,995, May 25. 
Dolan, Charles H., II, Old Greenwich, Conn. Electric plug. 

2,448,086, Aug. 31. 
Dolan, Charles H., II, Old Greenwich, Conn. Liner for 

engine cylinders. 2,449,771, Sept. 21. 
Dolan, Harry : See — 

Carnegie, Herbert S., and Dolan. 
Dolan, Loyd M., Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Laminated core construction. 
2,448,785, Sept. 7. 
Dolberg, Charles E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. High-frequency 
amplifier. 2.434,792, Jan. 20. 
Dole, Chester E., Vallejo, Calif. Gate latch and opener. 

2,441,691, May 18. 
Dole Refrigerating Company, assignee : See — 

Kleist, Herman W. 
Dole Valve Company, The, assignee : See — 
Brown, Clyde A. 
Chace, Thomas B. 
Cramer, William F., Jr. 
Drapeau, Harold B. 
Kempton, Leslie A. 
Kleist. Herman W. 
Rosenblum, Robert A. 
Dolk, Harold G., Hoquiam, 

to C. M. Manker, Portland, Oreg. 
2,438,388, Mar. 23. 
Doll, Henri-Georges, and G. K. Miller, assignors to Schlum- 
berger Well Surveying Corporation, Houston, Tex. Re- 
cording device. 2,457,214, Dec. 28. 
Dollase, Robert F., Fort Atkinson, Wis. Trailer hitch. 

2,439,967, Apr. 20. 
Dolmatch, Aaron, Newark, N. J. Blood specimen container 
and cooperating withdrawing means. 2,436,638, Feb. 24. 
Dolorimeter, Inc., assignee : See — 

Gluzek, Lorand J. B. 
Dolude, Roman J., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Erecting device for gyroscopes. 
2,434,488, Jan. 13. m n L j _, _ - 

Dolza, John, D. P. Croisant, A. W. Gaubatz, and P. W. 
Perish, Indianapolis, Ind., assignors to General Motors 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Engine controller. 
2,451,204, Oct. 12. 
Dom, John M., Houston, Tex., assignor to Petrolite Corpo- 
ration, Ltd., Wilmington, Del. Fluid distribution sys- 
tem. 2,453,416, Nov. 9. . 
Domack, Lawrence C, Elmwood Park, 111. Making in- 
ternal wrenching tools. 2,457,451, Dec. 28. 
Doman, Glidden S., Stamford, assignor to United Air- 
craft Corporation, East Hartford, Conn. Dynamic bal- 
ancer for rotor blades. 2,451,541, Oct. 19. 
Dombrow, Bernard A. : See — 

Miskel, John J., and Dombrow. 
Dome Robert B., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Attenuation control network. 
2,439,651. Apr. 13. 
Domestic Credit Corporation, assignee: See — 

Sleeper, Paul H. 
Dominguez A, Roberto, assignor of twenty per cent to 
M. A. Ayestas, Tegucigalpa, D. C, Honduras. Fountain 
comb. 2,456,687. Dec. 21. „_„*«« 

Dominic, Frank M., Duncombe, Iowa. Trailer for disking 

machines. 2,456,868, Dec. 21. 
Dominion Magnesium Limited, assignee: bee — 

Dick, John P. 
Dominion Merchants Company Limited, assignee : See — 

McDowell, Creighton J. 
Dominion Tar & Chemical Company, assignee : See — 

Sturrock, Murray G., Lawe, and Kemp. 
Domler, Charles A., Johnston, R. I. Strap. 2,449,884, 

Sept. 21. 
Domler, Charles A., Johnston, R. I. 

arable ends. 2,449,885, Sept. 21. 
Doinoj, John J. : See — 

Cotton, Robert B., Ryan, and Domoj. 
Elder, Robert M., and Domoj. 
Domonkas, Richard J., Barherton, Ohio. 

switch. 2,449,109, Sept. 14. 
Donahue, John S., Brookline, Mass., and G. E. Strehan, 
Leonia, N. J. ; said Strehan assignor to said Donahue. 
Building column. 2,439,129, Apr. 6. 
Donahue, Joseph, Shamokln, Pa. Drill chuck. 2,436,881, 

Mar. 2. 
Donahue, Patrick F., assignor to Scovill Manufacturing 
Company, Waterbury, Conn. Waste and overflow fitting. 
2,444,340, June 29. 
Donahue, Patrick F., assignor to Scovill Manufacturing 
Company, Waterbury, Conn. Sink strainer valve and 
operating mechanism therefor. 2,450,392, Sept. 28. 
Donahue, Patrick P., assignor to Scovill Manufacturing 
Company, Waterbury, Conn. Sink strainer valve and 
operating mechanism therefor. 2,450,393, Sept. 28. 



Strap with insep- 



Quick action 



Donal, John S., Jr., B. B. Brown, and C. L. Cuccia, Prince- 
ton, N. J., assignors to Radio Corporation of America. 
Electron discharge device of the magnetron type. 
2,440,851, May 4. 

Donal, John S., Jr., and H. R. Hegbar, Princeton, N. J., 
assignors to Radio Corporation of America. Coupling 
device for high-frequency apparatus. 2,442,118, May 

Donal, John S., Jr., B. B. Brown, and C. L. Cuccia, Prince- 
ton, N. J., assignors to Radio Corporation of America. 
Cavity resonator magnetron and strapping arrangements 
therefor. 2,443,445, June 15. 

Donaldson, Eleanor, and J. Gibney ; said Gibney assignor 
to Munsingwear, Inc., Minneapolis, Minn. Undergar- 
ment for ladies or children. 2,437,511, Mar. 9. 

Donaldson, Frank Y., Burbank, Calif. Intermittent flow 
device. 2,440,006, Apr. 20. 

Donaldson, Henry V., Glencoe, 111., assignor to The Munis- 
ing Paper Company, Munising, Mich. Treated paper 
liner for adhesive rolls. 2,450,083, Sept. 28. 

Donaldson, Jack D., Tacoma, Wash. Maximum load Indi- 
cating gauge. 2,450,644, Oct. 5. 

Donaldson, James E., Columbus, Ohio. Holder. 2,455,857, 
Dec. 7. 

Donaldson, Robert R. : See — - 

Markson, Alfred A., and Donaldson. 

Donat, John F., Euclid, Ohio. Air filter. 2,453,206, 
Nov. 9. 

Doney, William A., Portland, Oreg. Structural addition 
member for converting single pane window sashes into 
double pane sashes. 2,436,037, Feb. 17. 

Donicht, Harry L., R. F. Fischer, and E. B. Baldridge, 
Dayton, Ohio. Automatic compensating gun control 
system. 2,438,905, Apr. 6. 

Doniger, David D., & Company, assignee : See- — 
Sturz, Bernard V. 

Donkersley, Albert B., and J. R. Welshman, Cranston, 
assignors to Grinnell Corporation, Providence, R. I. 
Spring hanger. Re. 22,980, Mar. 9. 

Donkin, William F., Cleveland Heights, assignor to Willard 
Storage Battery Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Battery 
handle and hold-down bracket. 2,453,835, Nov. 16. 

Donleavy, John J., Montclair, N. J., and M. M. Baizer, 
Flushing, N. Y., assignors to Allied Chemical & Dye 
Corporation. Alkylation of benzene by long chain poly- 
meric olefins using sulfuric acid catalyst. 2,439,457, 
Apr. 13. 

Donley Brothers Company, The, assignee : See — 
Donley, George W. 

Donley, George W., assignor to The Donley Brothers Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Roof ventilator. 2,447,472, 
Aug. 17. 

Donley, Hugh L. : See — 

Carlson, Wendell L., and Donley. 

Donnell, Lloyd H., Chicago, 111., and E. L. Shaw, Cuya- 
hoga Falls, Ohio, assignors to Wingfoot Corporation, 
Wilmington, Del. Airship. 2,451,815, Oct. 19. 

Donnelly, Daniel, Milwaukee, assignor ro Universal Milk- 
ing Machine Company, Waukesha, Wis. Spray cooling 
apparatus for milk cans. 2,455,162, Nov. 30. 

Donnelly, Emmett, administrator, assignee et al. : See — 
Thorp, Clark E., and Anderson. 

Donnelly, Thomas, Wilmington, Calif. Multiple blade 
hacksaw. 2,450,942. Oct. 12. 

Donnelly, Thomas S., Detroit, Mich. Electrode holder. 
2,449,370, Sept. 14. 

Donnenwirth, Harold A. : See — 

Geiger, George M., and Donnenwirth. 

Donner, Carl H., Summit, assignor to The Chapal Donner 
Corporation, Newark, N. J. Fur pelt or skin stretching 
apparatus. 2,439,419, Apr. 13. 

Donner, Verne P., Palatine, assignor to Mid-Continent 
Metal Products Co., Chicago, 111. Pipe coupling. 
2,457,648, Dec. 28. 

Donohoo, Marvin L., Pearl, 111. Press. 2,434,036, Jan. 6. 

Donohue, Frank L. : See — 

Schneider, Gerhard G., and Donohue. 

Donovan, Arthur B., Newton Center, Mass. Catamenial 
tampon. 2,440,141, Apr. 20. 

Donovan, John T. : See — - 

Swalinkavich, Joseph E., Jr., and Donovan. 

Donovan, Karl, Wichita, Kans. Tricycle vehicle. 
2,434,759, Jan. 20. 

Donovan, Lewis B., White Plains, assignor to Consolidated 
Edison Company of New York, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Painting of gas holders. 2,451,158, Oct. 12. 

Dons, Eddie M., Tulsa, and J. V. Stevens, Oakhurst, Okla. 
Pipe coupling. 2,437,083, Mar. 2. 

Dons, Eddie M., Tulsa, and J. V. Stevens. Oakhurst, Okla. 
Pipe coupling. 2,455,658, Dec. 7. 

Dooley Bros., assignee : See — 

Fellay, Louis J., and Kavanaugh. 

Dooley, James J., assignee : See — 
Dooley, John T. 

Dooley, John T., assignor to J. J. Dooley, Buffalo, N. Y. 
Window screen alarm. 2,443,533, June 15. 

Doolittle, Donald B., Earleville, Md., assignor to All 
American Aviation, Inc., Wilmington, Del. Aircraft 
launching system. 2,443,308, June 15. 

Doolittle, Howard D. : See — 

Bettler, Philip, and Doolittle. 

Doonan, Everett R., Wichita, Kans. Locking screw. 
2,448,213, Aug. 31. 



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Doppelheuer, Frank P., assignor to one-half to J. D. Dop- 
pelheuer, Connellsville, Pa. Bottle carrier. 2,447,934, 
Aug. 24. 
Doppelheuer, James D., assignee : See — 

Doppelheuer, Prank P. 
Doppelt, Max J., Chicago, 111. Smoking device. 2,440,396, 

Apr. 27. 
Doran Brothers Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Schultze, Paul. 
Dorf, Marvin L. : See — 

Carter, Raymond S., and Dorf. 
Dorfman, Leslie : See — 

Bouwer, Adam B., and Dorfman. 
Dorfman, Louis : See — 

Bernstein, Seymour, and Dorfman. 

Dorfman, Louis, New York, and S. Bernstein, Pearl River, 

assignors, by mesne assignments to American Cyanamid 

Company, New York, N. Y. Enol-thioethers of keto- 

steroids and preparing the same. 2,451,434, Oct. 12. 

Dorgelo, Eduard G., Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor, by 

mesne assignments, to Hartford National Bank and 

Trust Company, Hartford, Conn., as trustee. Electron 

discharge tube with partially coated grid. 2,437,941, 

Mar. 16. 

Dorgin, Abraham L., New York, N. Y. Inner sole. 

2,451,929, Oct. 19. 
Dorian, Rudolph P., Wichita Falls, Tex. Pipe grinder. 

2,455,742. Dec. 7. 
Dorjee, Hendrik, Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor to 
Hartford National Bank and Trust Company, Hartford, 
Conn., as trustee. Insulating support for electric wir- 
ing. 2,456,259, Dec. 14. 
Dorkin, Jess J., Brooklyn, N. Y. Necktie forming device. 

2,450,471, Oct. 5. 
Dorman, Edward A., New Rochelle, N. Y. Machine tool 

adapter. 2,449,284, Sept. 14. 
Dorman & Smith Limited, assignee : See — ■ 

Lund, Jack. 
Dormeyer, A. F., Mfg. Co., assignee : See — 

Strauss, Alfred, Feltman, Hunt, and Harbaugh. 
Dora, Roy L., Riverdale, Calif. Tool post assembly for 

machine tools. 2,435,303, Feb. 3. 
Dome, Arthur, Mineola, N. Y., assignor to United States 
of America as represented by the Secretary of War. 
Beam intensity control. 2,448,299, Aug. 31. 
Dorner, John A., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. Good- 
rich Company, New York, N. Y. Step-by-step molding 
of extensive articles. 2,456,113, Dec. 14. 
Dorr Company, The, assignee : See — 
Scott, Charles H. 
Scott, Charles H., and Graner. 
Dosker, Cornelius D., assignor to Gamble Brothers, Louis- 
ville, Ky. Lighter shell and making same. 2,454,998, 
Nov. 30. 
Doss, Odie F., Sycamore, Va. Stop motion for looms. 

2,444,285, June 29. 
Dostal, Joseph B., Kansas City, Mo. Folding infant- 
carrying vehicle. 2,456,932, Dec. 21. 
Doty, Irving R., Cranford, N. J. Poultry and small live- 
stock feeder. 2,441,959, May 25. 
Doty, Spencer W. : See — 

Arnesen, Walter A., Hertweck, and Doty. 
Doucet, John B., Chicago, 111. Thimble. 2,435,877, Feb. 

10. 
Doucette, Edmund, assignor to The Daven Company, New- 
ark, N. J. Attenuator. 2,438,431, Mar. 23. 
Doucette, Edmund, assignor to The Daven Company, 

Newark, N. J. Attenuator. 2,439,160. Apr. 6. 
Doucette, John J., Maiden, Mass. Reversible pipe bender 
with detachable side abutment member. 2,444,596, 
July 6. 
Dougherty, John J., assignee : See — 

Fenlon, Hugh F. 
Dougherty, John S., Jackson Heights, N. Y. Apparatus 
for magnifying the images on television screens. 
2,449,886, Sept. 21. 
Doughnut Corporation of America, assignee : See — ■ 
Arenson, Simon W. 

Walsh, James F., Levitt, and Goodman. 
Doughty, Howard W., Jr. : See — 

Davis, Edward R., and Doughty. 
Doughty, Howard W., Jr., assignor to Foster Machine 
Company, Westfield, Mass. Yarn winding mechanism. 
2,436,559, Feb. 24. 
Douglas Aircraft Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Adams, Harold W., and Wheelon. 
Berglund, Harold R. 
Coates, J. Edwin. 
Del Mar, Bruce E. 
Farr, Alton E. 

Klemperer, Wolfgang B., and Pier. 
Mayo, Alfred M. 
Reaser, Wilbur W. 
Rechton, George D. 

Rechton, George D., Ward, and Watson. 
Smithson, James S. 
Tuttle, Eugene F. 
Van Dyke, Edward E., and Kerr. 
Van Dyke, William D., and Dennis. 
Douglas, Frank : See — 

Schebler, Carl L., Douglas, and Clasquin. 



Douglas, H. A., Mfg. Co., assignee : See — 
Baumgardner, Earl J. 
Kelly, George M. 
Penfold, Charles S. 

Douglas, James K., Shorewood, assignor to The Oilgear 
Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Vane type hydraulic motor. 
2,453,309, Nov. 9. 

Douglas, John G., Aberfeldy, Scotland. Mechanism for 
transforming linear movement of one member into 
arcuate or angular movement of another member or 
vice-versa with particular reference to screw and nut 
type steering gears. 2,446,911, Aug. 10. 

Douglas, Kenneth F., Elmira, N. Y., assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation. Engine starter. 2,445,609, July 
20. 

Douglas, Louis M. : See — 

Cook, S. S., and Douglas. 

Douglas, Louis R., and E. W. Seeger, Wauwatosa, as- 
signors to Cutler-Hammer, Inc., Milwaukee, Wis. Cir- 
cuit controllers. 2,436,102, Feb. 17. 

Douglass, Porter D., Oakland, Calif. Motor vehicle front 
wheel lubrication device. 2,457,537, Dec. 28. 

Douglass, Roy D., Minneapolis, Minn. Case for drills. 
2,437,595, Mar. 9. 

Doumani, Thomas F., Long Beach, and J. F. Cuneo, as- 
signors to Union Oil Company of California, Los An- 
geles, Calif. Ketone production. 2,438,334, Mar. 23. 

Doumani, Thomas F., and D. A. Skinner, Long Beach, 
assignors to Union Oil Company of California, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Acetylene removal process. 2,441,400, 
May 11. 

Dourte, George J., Denver, Colo. Auxiliary safety wheels 
for use on automobiles and trucks. 2,452,110, Oct. Z6. 

Doussain, Robert, Villerubane, France. Device for regu- 
lating the pitch of two counterrotating coaxial pro- 
pellers. 2,455,239, Nov. 30. 

Douthat, Edward M., and E. Esson, assignors to Locke 
Stove Company, Kansas City, Mo. Space heater and 
heat output indicator therefor. 2,435,342, Feb. 3. 

D'Ouville, Edmond L. : See — 

Evering, Bernard L., and D'Ouville. 

D'Ouville, Edmond L., and B. L. Evering, assignors to 
Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Production of 
branched chain paraffin hydrocarbons. 2,443,606, June 
22. 

D'Ouville, Edmond L., Chicago, 111., and D. E. Burney, 
Hammond, Ind., assignors to Standard Oil Company, 
Chicago, 111. Sulfonation process. 2,450,585, Oct. 5. 
Dow Chemical Company, The, assignee : See — 

Amos, James L., Schwegler, and Bezenah. 

Amos, James L., and Soderquist. 

Barry, Arthur J. 

Bender, Harry, Obrecht, and Kling. 

Bennett, Wallis R. 

Britton, Edgar C. 

Britton, Edgar C, and Dietzler. 

Britton, Edgar C, and Hansen. 

Britton, Edgar C, and Livak. 

Britton, Edgar C, and Sexton. 

Cardwell, Paul H., and Eilers. 

Cornell, Robert C. 

Dahl, Alvin D. 

Davidson, John H. 

Davis, Clyde W., Dirstine, and Brown. 

De Long, Herbert K. 

Dieter, Curtis E., and Thiegs. 

Dreisbach, Robert R. 

Dreisbach, Robert R., and Heusted. 

Dulmage, Frederick E. 

Fitzgerald, Charles D., and Lynn. 

Gerould, Charles H., and Woodland. 

Graham, Joseph P., and Hearns. 

Havens, Carl B. 

Haynes, James D. 

Heitz. Robert G., and Brown. 

Heitz. Robert G., and Oldershaw. 

Heusted, George B., and Bauman. 

Hill, Howard W., and Dance. 

Hornbacher, Herbert G., and Bauman. 

Houtman, Thomas, Jr. 

Irons, Carroll R. 

Irons, Carroll R., and Sanford. 

Kagy, John F., and McPherson. 

Lehnard, Philip J., Jr. 

Livak, John E., and Murray. 

Mclntire, Otis R. 

Meyer, Frederick J. 

Nutting, Howard S., and Sexton. 

Pelton, Earl L., and Hutchenreuther. 

Pletcher, Donald E., and Nutting. 

Reinhardt, Robert C. 

Robinson, Harold A. 

Sexton, Arthur R. 

Sexton, Arthur R., and Alquist. 

Stanton, George W. 

Stanton, George W., and Lowrey. 

Stephenson, Wilbur T. 

Thayer, Gordon B., and Lowry. 

Wiley, Ralph M., and Dettmer. 

Young, Arthur E., and Bacon. 
Dow Corning Corporation, assignee : See — 

Collings, William R., Fenn, and Fletcher. 



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Dow, Orville E., Port Jefferson, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Circuit for improving oscil- 
lator stability. 2,452,912, Nov. 2. 

Dowd, Frank, Belleville, and W. J. Keller, Jersey City, 
N. J., assignors to WeBtern Electric Company, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Material working apparatus. 
2,436,423, Feb. 24. 

Dowe, Leo H., St. Louis, Mo. Dial indicator mount for 
slide calipers. 2,447,612, Aug. 24. 

Dowell, Henry L. : See — 

Shelton, Georg I., and Dowell. 

Dowell, Henry L., assignor of one-half to L. Barron, 
Athens, Tex. Envelope opener. 2,435,271, Feb. 3. 

Dowell, John H., London, R. S. Sternberg, Ilford, and T. 
Curson, Foleshill, Coventry, assignors to Alfred Herbert 
Limited, Coventry, England. Optical projection divid- 
ing head. 2,437,807, Mar. 16. 

Dowless, William B., Abbottsburg, N. C. Oil burner for 
tobacco drying and curing means. 2,444,814, July 6. 

Downes, John M. : Bee — 

Prevost, Gerard T., and Downes. 

Downey, Lewis W., Oak Park, 111. Power shutoff and 
signalling apparatus. 2,435,343, Feb. 3. 

Downie, Emerson G., Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electronic counter device. 
2,436,637, Feb. 24. 

Downing, Douglas C. : See — 

Wright. George F., Richmond, and Downing. 

Downing, Frederick B., and C. J. Pedersen, Penns Grove, 
N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Preservation of rubber. 2,442,200, 
May 25. 

Downing, Rexford D. : See — 

Pool, Stuart D., and Downing. 

Downing, Rexford D., Rock Island, 111., assignor to 
International Harvester Company. Brake pedal lock. 
2,450,943, Oct. 12. 

Downs, Alfred Buckingham, Jr., Columbus, Miss. Calcu- 
lating device. 2,436,352, Feb. 17. 

Downs, Austin H., Glen Ridge, assignor to Eclipse Air 
Brush Co., Newark, N. J. Mechanical agitator. 
2,434,312, Jan. 13. 

Downs, Charles R., Old Greenwich, Conn. Recovering 
molten phthalic anhydride. 2,441,873, May 18. 

Downs, George W., Jr., Pasadena, Calif., assignor to the 
United States of America as represented by the Secre- 
tary of the Navy. Saw-tooth voltage generator. 
2,453,787, Nov. 16. 

Downs, Wilson, Shildon, England. Track sanding appa- 
ratus for steam locomotives and other power-propelled 
vehicles. 2,443,380, June 15. 

Dowty, George H., Cheltenham, England. Endless track 
landing element and mounting the same on aircraft. 
2,433,830, Jan. 6. 

Dowty, George H., Cheltenham, England. Sealing washer. 
2 455 982 Dec. 14. 

Doxford, William, & Sons Limited, assignee : See — 
Purdie, William H. . : 

Doyle Charles C, Willoughby, Ohio. Adjustable heater 
support. 2,455,047, Nov. 30. 

Doyle, Charles D., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Making polysiloxane resins. 
2,456,627, Dec. 21. 

Doyle, Edgar D. : See — 

Dike, Paul H., and Doyle. 

Doyle, Frank B., Phillipsburg, N. J., assignor to Ingersoll- 
Rand Company, New York, N. Y. Freezing food. 
2,450,645, Oct. 5. 

Doyle, Irvin H., Phoenix, Ariz. Stabilizing control mech- 
anism for model airplanes. 2,454,598, Nov. 23. 

Doyle, Irving W., Massapequa, assignor to Fairchild 
Camera and Instrument Corporation, Jamaica, N. Y. 
Camera lens mount. 2,456,053, Dec. 14. 

Doyle, Irving W., Massapequa, assignor to Fairchild 
Camera and Instrument Corporation, Jamaica, N. Y. 
Sextant marking device. 2,456,392, Dec. 14. 

Doyle, Irving W., Massapequa, and C. V. Johnson, Kew 
Gardens, assignors to Fairchild Camera and Instrument 
Corporation, Jamaica, N. Y. Curtain for focal plane 
shutters. 2,456,052. Dec. 14. 

Doyle, Joseph C, Baltimore, Md., assignor to Kee Lot 
Manufacturing Company, Rochester, N. Y. Carbon 
pack holder for manifolding typewriters. 2,441,622, 
May 18. 

Doyle, Nancy, et al., assignee : See — 
Sharman, Jagan N. 

Doyle & Roth Company, assignee : See — 
Lea, Edward S. 

Drackett Company, The, assignee : See — 
Calvert, Francis E. 
Calvert. Francis E., and Bury. 
Gangloff, Wilmer C. 
Hieronymus, Russell H. 

Draeger, Arthur A.. Baytown, Tex., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Standard Oil Development Company, 
Elizabeth. N. J. Recovering olefins from a hydrocarbon 
stream. 2,456,260, Dec. 14. 

Draeger, Arthur A., and C. T. Shewell, Baytown, Tex., 
assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. Con- 
tinuously reacting saturated tertiary hydrocarbons and 
defines, 2.433,944, Jan. 6. 



Draeger, Arthur A., Baytown, and H. G. Schutze, Goose 
Creek, Tex., assignors to Standard Oil Development 
Company. Catalytic polymerization of hydrocarbons. 
2,443,817, June 22. 

Drain, Herbert D., assignor to Walter E. Selck and Co., 
Chicago, 111. Sink mounting. 2,440,741, May 4. 

Drake, Alden M., assignor to Niles-Bement-Pond Company, 
West Hartford, Conn. Hole lapping machine. 2,438,695, 
Mar. 30. 

Drake, Arthur E., Hockessin, assignor to Hercules Powder 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Oxidation of an alkali 
metal salt of dehydroabietic acid. 2,434,643, Jan. 20. 

Drake, Earl D., assignor to Gibson Refrigerator Company, 
Greenville, Mich. Refrigerator cabinet. 2,442,921, 
June 8. 

Drake, Edward P. : See — 

Boyden, Robert E., and Drake. 

Drake, Frederick H., assignor to Aircraft Radio Corpora- 
tion, Boonton, N. J. Radio tuning mechanism. 
2,445,211, July 13. 

Drake, Frederick H., Boonton, N. J. Jib sheet shackle. 
2,449,593, Sept. 21. 

Drake, George F., assignor to Woodward Governor Com- 
pany, Rockford, 111. Remote-control system. 2,440,255, 
Apr. 27. 

Drake, James W., assignor to Woodward Governor Com- 
pany, Rockford, 111. Synchronizing control. 2,444,923, 
July 13. 

Drake, Robert B., Morrisville, Pa., assignor to Winner 
Manufacturing Company, Inc., Trenton, N. J. Water 
ski binding. 2,445,610. July 20. 

Drake, Russell P., Caledonia, assignor to Barber-Colman 
Company, Rockford, 111. Heddle frame. 2,445,107, July 
13. 

Drake, Russell P., Caledonia, assignor to Barber-Colman 
Company, Rockford, 111. Heddle frame. 2,445,108, July 
13. 

Drake, Russell P., Caledonia, assignor to Barber-Colman 
Company, Rockford, 111. Bobbin handling mechanism. 

2.445.998, July 27. 

Drake, Russell P., Caledonia, assignor to Barber-Colman 
Company, Rockford, 111. Warp drawing machine. 

2.445.999, July 27. 

Drake, Russell P., Caledonia, assignor to Barber-Colman 
Company, Rockford, 111. Machine for operating on 
heddles. 2,457,649, Dec. 28. 
Drane, Phillips B., and C. D. Laidley, Tulsa, Okla. Re- 
silient gauging gate. 2,446,577, Aug. 10. 
Drane, Phillips B., and C. D. Laidley, Tulsa, Okla. Time 

controlled valve. 2,456,493, Dec. 14. 
Drapeau, Harold B., Oak Park, assignor to The Dole Valve 
Company, Chicago, 111. Thermostatic liquid controlling 
device. 2,454,141, Nov. 16. 
Draper Corporation, assignee : See — 
Budzyna, Walter J. 
Cobb, Leland D. 
Nichola, Edward C. 
Rogers, Leonard M. 
Trifft, Emerson B. 
Tuten. James M. 
Drautz, Walter G. : See — 

Huey, William G., and Drautz. 
Dravo Corporation, assignee : Bee — 
Dawson, Albert J. 
Johnson, Wallace C. 
Pietsch, Herman A. 
Drayer, Donald H., Brookmont, Md. Automatic recording 

stadia instrument. 2,448,965, Sept. 7. 
Dreese, Delbert B., Larned, Kans. Door lock light. 

2.438,847. Mar. 30. 
Dreisbach, Paul F. : See — 

Hultquist, Martin E., and Dreisbach. 
Dreisbach, Robert R., assignor to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pany, Midland, Mich. Purification of readily polymer- 
izable vinyl aromatic compounds by distillation. 
2,445,941, July 27. 
Dreisbach, Robert R., and G. B. Heusted, assignors to 
The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Making 
methyl hydroxy-isopropyl ketone. 2,450,646, Oct. 5. 
Dreisel, William, Lawrence, assignor to Andrews & Good- 
rich, Inc., Dorchester, Mass. Drying apparatus. 
2,439,722. Apr. 13. 
Drennan, Harry E., Hot Springs, Ark., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Solvent extraction of mercaptans. 
2,452,040, Oct. 26. 
Drennen, John T., Prospect Hill, N. Y„ assignor to Amer- 
ican Viscose Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Spinning 
frame and method. 2,442,761, June 8. 
Dressel. Henry M., assignor to Stackpole Carbon Company, 

St. Marys, Pa. Condenser. 2,436,208, Feb. 17. 
Dresser Industries, Inc., assignee : See — 

Newell, Frederick T. 
Dresser, Willis R. : See — 

Waller, Fred, and Dresser. 
Waller, Fred, Dresser, and Swain. 
Dresser, Willis R., Long Hill, Conn. Compensated step-by- 
step mechanism. 2,447,847, Aug. 24. 
Drettmann, Henry, Detroit, Mich. Loading device. 

2,437,808, Mar. 16. s 

Drew, E. F., & Co. Inc., assignee: See — 
Barsky, George. 
Pollack, Maxwell A. 
Drew. Edwin H. : See — 

Brown, William V., and Drew. 



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Drew, Robert D. : See — 

Eastwood, Sylvander C, and Drew. 
Payne, John W., Hornberg, and Drew. 

Drewes, Charles H. : See — 

Busch, Fred W., and Drewes. 

Drews, Harry B., Ottumwa, assignor of one-half to 
Flournoy Corey, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Plucking poultry. 
2,444,556, July 6. 

Drexler, Chas., Co., Inc., assignee : See — 
Brownlee, Dalmar T. 

Dreyer, Albert, assignor to Metallschlauchfabrik A. G., 
Lucerne, Switzerland. Apparatus for the continual pro- 
duction of electrically welded tubes. 2,451,159, Oct. 12. 

Dreyfus, Camille, New York, N. Y. Stretching of cellulose 
ester yarn. 2,447,567, Aug. 24. 

Dreyfus, Camille, New York, N. Y., R. D. Rowley and 
R. P. Thompson, Narrows, Va., assignor to Celanese 
Corporation of America. Cellulose ester stabilization 
in anhydrous medium. 2,456,688, Dec. 21. 

Dreyfus, Henry, London, England ; Claude Bonard, ad- 
ministrator of said Henry Dreyfus, deceased. Manufac- 
ture of compounds containing carbonyl groups. 
2,434,313, Jan. 13. 

Dreyfus, Henry, deceased, London, England ; C. Bonard, 
administrator, assignor to Celanese Corporation of 
America. Process and apparatus for the melt extru- 
sion of artificial materials. 2,437,685, Mar. 16. 

Dreyfus, Henry, deceased, London, England ; C. Bonard, 
administrator, assignor to Celanese Corporation of 
America. Process for the extrusion of fused artificial 
materials. 2,437,686, Mar. 16. 

Dreyfus, Henry, deceased, London, England ; C. Bonard, 
administrator, assignor to Celanese Corporation of 
America. Production of thermoplastic polymeric mate- 
rial. 2,440,256, Apr. 27. 

Dreyfus, Henry, deceased, London, England ; C. Bonard, 
administrator, assignor to Celanese Corporation of 
America. Improving the fastness of dyed organic 
derivative of cellulose textiles by impregnation with 
cyanamide. 2,440,330, Apr. 27. 

Dreyfus, Henry, deceased, by Claude Bonard, administra- 
tor, London, England, assignor to Celanese Corporation 
of America. Alkylene dihydrazines and production. 
2,445,518, July 20. 

Dreyfus, Henry, London, England ; C. Bonard, adminis- 
trator of said H. Dreyfus, deceased, assignor to Celanese 
Corporation of America. Production of polymers from 
carbylamine and carboxylic compounds. 2,455,983, 
Dec. 14. 

Dreyfus, Henry, London, England ; C. Bonard, adminis- 
trator of said Henry Dreyfus, deceased, assignor to 
Celanese Corporation of America. Synthetic polymers 
of hexadine-1,5. 2,457,306, Dec. 28. 

Dreyfus, Henry, deceased, London, and D. Finlayson and 
R. G. Perry, Spondon near Derby, England ; C. Bonard, 
administrator, assignors to Celanese Corporation of 
America. Impregnating regenerated cellulose rope. 
2,434,912, Jan. 27. 

Dreyfus, Henry, deceased, London, and D. Finlayson and 
R. G. Perry, Spondon near Derby, England ; C. Bonard, 
administrator, assignors to Celanese Corporation of 
America. Fibrous products. 2,434,913, Jan. 27. 

Dreyfus, Henry, deceased, London, and J. H. Rooney and 
B. Shaw, Spondon, near Derby, England ; C. Bonard, 
administrator, assignors to Celanese Corporation of 
America. Production of molding powder from a lower 
aliphatic ester of cellulose. 2,435,999, Feb. 17. 

Dreyfus, Henry, deceased, London, and W. Pool, Spondon, 
near Derby, England ; C. Bonard, administrator, as- 
signors to Celanese Corporation of America. Melt ex- 
trusion of artificial filaments, films, and the like and 
apparatus therefor. 2,437,687, Mar. 16. 

Dries, Jerome F., assignor to Cutler-Hammer, Inc., Mil- 
waukee, Wis. Electromagnetic switch. 2,444,157, June 
29. 

Drieschman, Donald F., San Carlos, assignor to Eitel- 
McCullough, Inc., San Bruno, Calif. Cathode structure. 
2,442,163, May 25. 

Drieschman, Donald F., San Carlos, assignor to Eitel- 
McCullough, Inc., San Bruno, Calif. Electrode mount- 
ing structure for electron tubes. 2,446,269, Aug. 3. 

Driggs, Anna P., Colfax, Calif. Bunny-cat. 2,448,087, 
Aug. 31. 

Driggs, Anna P., Colfax, Calif. Bunny-cat. 2,448,088, 
Aug. 31. 

Driggs, Frank H., Highland Park, assignor to Fansteel 
Metallurgical Corporation, North Chicago, 111. Ther- 
mionic device and getter elements therefor. 2,444,158, 
June 29. 

Drigot, William J. : See — 

Collins, Ralph D., and Drigot. 

Drije, Miles, Berwyn, 111. Bracket. 2,450,722, Oct. 5. 

Drink water, CM., & Company, assignee : See — 
Butler, Burton B. 

Drinkwater Inc., assignee : See — 
Drinkwater, William S. 

Drinkwater, William S., Chicago, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Drinkwater Inc., Waukegan, HI. 
Flexible pipe coupling. 2,437,246, Mar. 9. 

Driscoll, Paul A., assignor to Bendix Aviation Corporation, 
South Bend, Ind. Sealing arrangement. 2,445,057, 
July 13. 



Driver, Douglas L. A., assignor to Standard Telephones 
and Cables Limited, London, England. Manufacture 
of selenium products. 2,445,768, July 27. 

Driver-Harris Company, assignee : See — 
German, Howard M. 

Droeger, Carl C, Greenfield, Ind. Chimney construction. 
2,455,570, Dec. 7. 

Drott, Edward A., and J. H. Kerber, assignors to Hi-Way 
Service Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. Excavator. 
2,455,474. Dec. 7. 

Drought, Charles W., Berwyn, 111. Selective gear reduction 
units. 2,436,746, Feb. 24. 

Drown, William L., Paxton, assignor to Norton Company, 
Worcester, Mass. Infeed for grinding machines. 
2,439,360, Apr. 6. 

Drozinski, Bronislaw J., Cleveland, Ohio. Safety lock for 
parachute harness. 2,442.119, Mav 25. 

Druffel, Herman H., Chicago, Iii. Burglar alarm. 
2,446,217, Aug. 3. 

Drugmand, Lester D. : See — 

Cox, Irvin W., and Drugmand. 

Druliner, Joseph M., North Hollywood, assignor to Con- 
solidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation, San Diego, Calif 
Collator. 2,449,594, Sept. 21. 

Drum, Harry S., and W. C. Dodson, Abington, and W. H. 
Jaxheimer, assignors to Smith, Drum & Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Package extractor. 2,452,638, Nov. 2. 

Drumheller, Edward L., Buena Vista, Va. Tov gun 
2,437,727, Mar. 16. 

Drumheller, Edward L., Buena Vista, Va. Rotary maga- 
zine for toy guns. 2,437,728, Mar. 16. 

Drummond, Folsom E., Westfield, N. J., assignor to 
Chemical Developments Corporation, Dayton, Ohio 
Forming plastic coating compositions on surfaces. 
2,450,503, Oct. 5. 

Drybak Corporation, The, assignee : See — 
Falcon, Joseph V. 

Dryden, Charles E. : See — 

Buxton, Loran O., and Dryden. 

Dryden, Nathaniel C, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Glass buildin°- 
block. 2,449,458, Sept. 14. 

Dryden Rubber Company, assignee : See — 
Kelly, John H., Jr. 

Dryer, Eldon O., Port Orchard, Wash., assignor to Cer- 
tain-teed Products Corporation, Chicago, 111. Appa- 
ratus for surfacing sheet material. 2,434,736, Jan. 20 

Dryer, Eldon O., Richmond, and A. H. Meisenheimer, Jr 
Berkeley, Calif. Apparatus for rolling steel barrel 
chimes. 2,449,206, Sept. 14. 

Dual Valve Company, assignee : See — 
Wheeler, Harry N. 

Dube, Aimee J., Troy, N. Y. Toy. 2.451,542, Oct. 19. 

JJube, John E., Clayton, assignor to Alco Valve Company 
University City, Mo. Regulator valve having a capillary 
tube expansion passage. 2,452,441, Oct. 26 

Dubilier, William : See — 

Rossi, Irving, and Dubilier. 

Dubilier, William, New Rochelle, N. Y., assignor to Cornell- 
Dubilier Electric Corporation, South Plainfield, N. J. 
Container and terminal for electrical devices. 2,436.857 
Mar. 2. 

Dubilier, William, New Rochelle, N. Y., assignor to Cor- 
nell-Dubilier Electric Corporation, South Plainfield, 
N. J High-voltage terminal. 2,450,273, Sept. 28. 

Dubm, Lester : See — 

Grieg, Donald D., Frum, and Dubin. 

Dubm Lester, Brooklyn, assignor to Federal Telephone 
and Radio Corporation, New York, N. Y. Radio beacon 
transmitter. 2,444,431, July 6. 

Du Bois, George B., Radburn, N. J., assignor to Wright 
Aeronautical Corporation. Attaching means. 2,439 161 
Apr. 6. ... 

Du Brie Stanley R., assignor to Detroit Engineering Lab- 

??&&«»• l n i' Detr °it. Mich. Switch construction. 
■£,4ob,Do9, xeb. 24. 
Du Brie, Stanley R., assignor to Detroit Engineering Lab- 
oratories, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Windrotor. 2,436,747 
Feb. 24. 

Du Brie, Stanley R., assignor to Detroit Engineering 
Laboratories, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Attachment for 
trailer boat caster units. 2,455,048 Nov 30 

Ducey, Francis E., Midland, Mich. infant's chair 
2,4ol.667, Oct. 19. 

Duckenfield, Horace, San Francisco, Calif. Combination 
flush and storage tank for toilets or the like. 2,434,399. 
Jan. 13. 

Dncruet, Arthur J., Paris, France. Protection device for 

electric batteries. 2,441,348, May 11. 
Dudderar, Derother H. : See — 

Schneider, Paul L., and Dudderar. 
Dudis, Charles G. : See — 

Carter, Elmer C, and Dudis. 
Dudrick, Stanley F., Nanticoke, Pa. Tool guide. 2 448 361 
Aug. 31. 

Duebener. Lydia, assignee : See — 

Slindee, Richard O. 
Duefrene, George, Monroe, Conn. Handle, knob and 

mounting structure. 2,440,170. Apr. 20. 
Duemler, Virgil E., assignor to Gilbert & Barker Manu- 
facturing Company, West Springfield, Mass. Pumping 
unit. 2,447,744, Aug. 24. 
Duennebier, Fred C. : See — 

Dickey, Joseph B., and Duennebier. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Duerk, Karl A., assignor to The American Steel Package 
Company, Defiance, Ohio. Condenser structure. 
2,456,114, Dec. 14. 
Dufaux, Marie-Marguerite, Geneva, Switzerland. Bicycle 

handle. 2,438,657, Mar. 30. 
Duff-Norton Manufacturing Company, The, assignee : 
See — 

Schwerin, Frank H. 
Duffey, Dick, La Fontaine, Ind., assignor to the United 
States of America as represented by the United States 
Atomic Energy Commission. Producing calcium hy- 
drides by distillation. 2,452,913, Nov. 2. 
Duffin, Walter M., Dartford, and S. Wilkinson, Beckenham, 
England, assignors to Therapeutic Research Corpora- 
tion of Great Britain, Limited. Resolution of N- 
formylisopropylidene-penicillamine. 2,450,784, Oct. 5. 
Duffy, James J. : See — 

Brownson, George T. 
Duffy, Philip A., Jr. : See — 
Lee, Reuben, and Duffy. 
Duffy, Thomas I., assignor to Anderson-Boiling Mfg. Co., 
Grand Haven, Mich. Brake for wagons. 2,453,363, 
Nov. 9. 
Dufour, Leon, Geneva, Switzerland. Steering means for 

vehicles. 2,453,417, Nov. 9. 
Dugas, Joseph J., assignor to Higgins Industries, Inc., 
New Orleans, La. Dual throttle control for internal- 
combustion engine power plants. 2,434,489, Jan. 13. 
Dugas, Joseph J., assignor to Higgins Industries, Inc., 
New Orleans, La. Clutch mechanism. 2,438,157, Mar. 
23. 
Duggan, Fred W., Bound Brook, N. J., assignor to Bakelite 
Corporation. Resin coated fiber base and making. 
2,444,094, June 29. 
Duggan, William H., Chicago, 111. Measuring device with 

gravity operated valves. 2,438,002, Mar. 16. 
Duhaime, Marshall D., White Plains, N. Y. Hydraulic 

wheel drive. 2,438,040, Mar. 16. 
Duhaime, Sidney J., and C. V. Butler, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Clothesline reel. 2,456,115, Dec. 14. 
Duis, Troy F., and W. H. Bloerchen, Streator, 111. Damper 

control. 2,441,803, May 18. 
Duke, James B., Lakeland, Fla., assignor to Minerals 
Separation North American Corporation, New Tork, 
N. Y. Making of barite concentrates useful in drilling 
muds. 2,442,120, May 25. 
Duke University, Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Humm, Harold J. 
Duke, Vernon J. : See — 

Goodale, Elmer D., and Duke. 
Dulmage, Frederick E., Saginaw, assignor to The Dow 
Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Mixing torpedo for 
plastics extruders. 2,453,088, Nov. 2. 
Dulong, Roger R., assignor to Carter Carburetor Corpora- 
tion, St. Louis, Mo. Governor. 2,450,037, Sept. 28. 
Duma, Stephen, Staten Island, N. Y. Electrical facial 

mask. 2,434,198, Jan. 6. *■ 
Du Mais, Leo J. : See — 

Heck, John T., and Du Mais. 
Dumelin, Charles, Detroit, Mich. Toe coupling for arti- 
ficial feet. 2,445,910, July 27. 
Dummett, George A. : See — 

Ralph, Sydney J., and Dummett. 
Du Mont, Allen B., Laboratories, Inc., assignee : See — 
AtwoOd, Horace, Jr. 
Beste. Harold E. 
Campbell, Richard L. 
Oavanagh, Robert T. 
Chiistaldi, Peter S. 
Cramer, Leonard F. 
Feldt, Rudolf, and Berkley. 
Goldsmith, Thomas T., Jr., and Mann. 
Knoop. Walter A., Jr. 
Koch, Stanley J. 
Koch, Stanley J., and Leighton. 
Koch, Stanley J., and Rutherford. 
Lcet, Harold A., and Sectlsh. 
MncAule. Robert I. 
Mann, Estle R., and Goldsmith. 
Mann, Estle R., and Spector. 
Owen, Robert P. 
Pohle. Eric. 

Pohle, Eric, Rutledge, and Lempert. 
Puckette, Charles, Jr. 
Puckette, Charles M., Jr. 
Rutherford, Robert E. 
Saver, William 11. 
Tldlk, Stephen, and Steadman. 
Du Mont, Frank J., and D. II. Sargent, Philadelphia, Pa., 
assignors to Du Mont, Sargent and Casper, a partner- 
ship composed of F. J. Du Mont, D. H. Sargent, and 
J. E. Casper. Dancing tap. 2,443,609, June 22. 
Du Mont, Frank J., and D. IT. Sargent, Philadelphia, Pa., 
assignors (o F. J. Du Mont, D. H. Sargent, and J. E. 
Casper, doing business as Du Mont, Sargent and Casper. 
Dancing tap. 2,443,727, June 22. 
Du Mont, Sargent and Casper : See — 
Du Mont, Frank J., and Sargent. 
Dumore Company, The, assignee : See — 

Bltiemlnk, Gary G. 
Dunajeff, Leonid A., Havre de Grace, Md. Synchronized 

motor control. 2,451, 930, Oct. 19. 
Dunbar, Alver : See — 

Woodberry, David L., Howerton, and Dunbar. 



2,443,417, 
apparatus 



Calif. Salt 

Log sawing 
24. 

apparatus. 



Dunbrook, Alexander J., Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, 
assignor to The B. F. Goodrich Company, New York, 
N. Y. Article of footwear and heel therefor. 2,453,002, 
Nov. 2. 

Duncan, Bartow B., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Making hollow 
propeller blades. 2,442,641, June 1. 

Duncan, Daniel D., Glendale, Calif. Lacing punch. 
2,447,237, Aug. 17. 

Duncan, Douglas R., Gibbstown, N. J., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Drying of sodium nitrite to obtain a relatively non- 
caking granular form. 2,456,393, Dec. 14. 

Duncan, Gordon W. : See — 

Zimmer, John C, and Duncan. 

Duncan, Gordon W., Westfield, N. J., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Rust preventive lubricating 
oil compositions. 2,434,490, Jan. 13. 

Duncan, Gordon W., Westfield, and J. C. Zimmer, Union, 
N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. 
Oily composition. 2,455,659, Dec. 7. 

Duncan, J. Edgar, assignee : See — 
Roop, Elston A. 

Duncan, John K., Evanston, 111. Vaporizer. 
June 15. 

Duncan, Lane, Los Angeles, Calif. Grinding 
and process. 2,436,252, Feb. 17. 

Duncan, Robert : See — 

McLaurin. Thomas G., and Duncan. 

Duncan, Theodore R., North Hollywood, 
shaker. 2,439,799, Apr. 20. 

Duncklee, Allen D., Bowesmont, N. Dak. 
attachment for tractors. 2,436,504, Feb. 

Dunfee, H. Calvin, Miami, Fla. Game 
2,450,125, Sept. 28. 

Dunfee, Hod C, Miami, Fla. Golf game and instructional 
apparatus. 2,453,745, Nov. 16. 

Dunford, Ernest, assignor to Landis Machine Company, 
St. Louis, Mo. Pad support for shoe presses. 2,437,942, 
Mar. 16. 

Dungan, Merrill R. : See — 

Bryant, Newton W., Crump, Dungan, and Strand. 

Dunham, Charles G. H. F. : See — 

Lewis, Thomas M., Rounce, and Dunham. 

Dunham, Frank, assignor of fifty per cent to J. F. McCar- 
thy, Grand Island, Nebr. Soldering gun. 2,452,360, 
Oct. 26. 

Dunham, George W., assignor to R. R. Dunham, Westport, 
Conn. Toaster. 2,447,641, Aug. 24. 

Dunham, James V. : See — 

Smith, Herschel, Dunham, and Turnbull. 

Dunham, Le Roy S., East Orange, assignor to Thomas A. 
Edison, Incorporated, West Orange, N. J. Protective 
gas-permeable container for air-depolarized cells. 
2,437,422. Mar. 9. 

Dunham, Le Roy S., East Orange, and E. O. Jegge, Glen 
Ridge, assignors to Thomas A. Edison, Incorporated, 
West Orange. N. J. Alkaline primary battery. 
2,450,472, Oct. 5. 

Dunham, Ruth R., assignee : See — 
Dunham, George W. 

Dunipace, Donald W. : See — 

Fowler, Ival G., and Dunipace. 

Dunker, Harvey L. : See — ■ 

Buente, Willard H., and Dunker. 

Dunkelbevger, George F., Yeadon, and C. A. Schehl, Manoa, 
Pa., assignors to General Electric Company. Wire cleat. 
2,438,362, Mar. 23. 

Dunkin, Albert, assignor to Petersen Showcase & Fixture 
Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Adjusting connection for 
pump plungers or the like. 2,443,555, June 15. 

Dunkley, Melville E., Modesto, Calif. Treatment of green 
peas. 2,437,155, Mar. 2. 

Dunkley. Melville E., Vernalis, Calif. Food treatment 
process. 2,440,676, May 4. 

Dunlap, Henry L., Dearborn, Mich. Softball kit. 
2.407,454, Dec. 28. 

Dunlap, Orville H., Vashon, Wash. Universal bumper 
clamp. 2,446,218, Aug. 3. 

Dunlavey, Robert J., assignor to Ampro Corporation, Chi- 
cago. 111. Film guiding and retaining mechanism. 
2,443,950, June 22. 

Dunlop, Andrew P., Riverside, assigner to The Quaker 
Oats Company, Chicago, 111. Conversion of maleic acid 
to fumaric acid. 2,441,238. May 11. 

Dunlop, Andrew P., Riverside, 111., and E. A. Reineck, 
Appleton, Wis., assignors to The Quaker Oats Company, 
Chicago, 111. Furfuryl alcohol-phenolic resins. 
2,453,704, Nov. 16. 

Dunlop, Andrew P., Riverside, 111., and E. A. Reineck, 
Appleton, Wis., assignors, to The Quaker Oats Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Condensation of polymerized fur- 
furvl alcohol with an hydroxybenzene. 2,456,628, Dec. 
21. 

Dunlop, Donald E., San Pedro, Calif. Coffee percolator. 
2.455.660, Dec. 7. 

Dunlop, James, Ridgewood, N. J., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Westinghouse Electric Corporation, East 
Pittsburgh. Pa. Gear mechanism. 2,436,798, Mar. 2. 

Dunlop, Richard D., Longmeadow, Mass., assignor to 
Monsanto Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Compo- 
sition comprising a polyvinyl acetal resin stabilized with 
a basic alkali metal compound and an amine salt. 
2,436,253, Feb. 17. 



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115 



Dunlop, Richard D., Longmeadow, Mass., assignor to 
Monsanto Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Polyvinyl 
butyral composition. 2,453,308, Nov. 9. 

Dunlop Rubber Company Limited, assignee : See — 
Butler, Henry J. 
Illingworth, James W. 

Dunlop Tire & Rubber Corporation, assignee : See — 
Illingworth, James W., and Pickup. 

Dunmire, Russell P., Orange, Ohio. Process of and ap- 
paratus for filtering materials. 2,442,234, May 25. 

Dunmire, Russell P., Orange, Ohio. Freezing liquid and 
apparatus therefor. 2,447,170, Aug. 17. 

Dunmore, Francis W. : See — 

Diamond, Harry, Dunmore, and Hinman. 

Dunn, Cecil G., Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Magnetic core. 2,456,461, Dec. 14. 

Dunn, Edward J., West Mifflin, Pa., assignor to Carnegie- 
Illinois Steel Corporation. Spectrographs pin stand. 
2,438,158, Mar. 23. 

Dunn, George B., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Web break detector. 2,451,816, 
Oct. 19. 

Dunn, George E., Dearborn, assignor to Universal Prod- 
ucts Company, Incorporated, Detroit, Mich. Installing 
boots on universal joints. 2,442,640, June 1. 

Dunn, Guy A., Oakland, assignor to California Packing 
Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. Method and ap- 
paratus for orienting, peeling, halving, and coring 
pears. 2,447,640, Aug. 24. 

Dunn, Harold E., Corpus Christi, Tex. Wind driven heli- 
copter kite. 2,442,846, June 8. 

Dunn, Harold E., Corpus Christi, Tex. Flying toy. 
2,445,611, July 20. 

Dunn, Herman J., New Haven, Conn. Brush support. 
2,452,025, Oct. 19. 

Dunn, James C., assignor, by mesne assignements, to 
Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Resistance- 
capacitance type oscillator. 2,439,245, Apr. 6. 

Dunn, John : See — 

Callaway, Clarence R., and Dunn. 

Thomas, Asa E. 

Vroom, Robert C, and Dunn. 

Dunn, Martin G., Washington, D. C. Lithographic plate 
graining machine. 2,457,452, Dec. 28. 

Dunn, Martin G., Washington, D. C. Multiple clamp for 
lithographic plate graining machines. 2,457,453, Dec. 
28. 

Dunn, Roland H. : See — 

McWhirter, Eric M. S., and Dunn. 

Dunn, William D., Linden, N. J. Holder for whetstones. 
2,453,207, Nov. 9. 

Dunn, William T. : See — 

Neracher, Carl A., and Dunn. 

Neracher, Carl A., Dunn, Iavelli, and Syrovy. 

Dunne, James J., Westport, Conn., and O.-S. Tuttle, New 
Rochelle, assignors to United States Plywood Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Process for manufacturing ply- 
wood tubing. 2,449,526, Sept. 14. 

Dunning, John E. P. : See — 

Armstrong, George J., Naylor, and Dunning. 

Dunning, John W., and E. C. Lathrop, Peoria, 111., as- 
signors to The United States of America as represented 
by the Secretary of Agriculture. Saccharifying plant 
materials. 2,450,586, Oct. 5. 

Dunning, Robert M., assignor to Waldorf Paper Products 
Company, St. Paul, Minn. Method and apparatus for 
sealing cartons by suction. 2,435,878, Feb. 10. 

Dunning, Robert M., assignor to Waldorf Paper Products 
Company. St. Paul, Minn. Carton. 2,442,079, May 25. 

Dunsford, Ernest G. : See — 

Osborne, Ronald R., and Dunsford. 

Dunsheath, Percy, Abinger, and W. C. Barry, Gravesend, 
assignors to W. T. Henley's Telegraph Works Company 
Limited, Westcott, Dorking, Surrey, England. Buoyant 
electric cable. 2,453,418, Nov. 9. 

Dunsheath, Percy, Abinger, and W. C. Barry, Gravesend, 
assignors to W. T. Henley's Telegraph Works Company 
Limited, London, England. Buoyant electric cable. 

2.453.419, Nov. 9. 

Dunsheath, Percy, Abinger, and W. C. Barry, Gravesend, 
assignors to W. T. Henley's Telegraph Works Company 
Limited, London, England. Buoyant electric cable. 

2.453.420, Nov. 9. 

Dunson, William M., Welska, Fla. Baby dining-play table. 

2,454,599, Nov. 23. 
Dunton, Charles H., Oakland, Calif. Shield for trans- 
formers. 2,451,324, Oct. 12. 
Dunville, John G., assignor to Sears, Roebuck and Co., 
Chicago, 111. Thermostatic damper control. 2,437,878, 
Mar. 16. 
Dupler, Raymond R., Toledo, Ohio, assignor to Sun Oil 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Feed valve. 2,455,240, 
Nov. 30. 
Duplessis, Rene' E., Beverly, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Adjustable 
chair for gunners. 2,453,208, Nov. 9. 
Duplex Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Booth, Fred, Jr. 
Du Pont, E. I., de Nemours & Company, assignee : See — 
Alderson, Witty L., Jr. 
Alfthan, Johannes. 
Alles, Francis P. 
Arnold, Harold W. 
Arnold, Herrick R. 



Du Pont, E. I., de Nemours & Company, assignee : See — 
Continued. 

Austin, Paul R. 

Bake, Louis S. 

Bair, Robert R., Benner, and Walker. 

Barney, Arthur L. 

Barrick, Paul L. 

Barrick, Paul L., and Christ. 

Barrick, Paul L., and Cramer. 

Barrows, Robert S. 

Bartlett, Edward P., and Duus. 

Batchelder, George W., and Hawkins. 

Bechtold, Max F. 

Behr, Lyell C, and Schreiber. 

Benner, Harry L., and Bair. 

Benning, Anthony F., and Park. 

Berry, Kenneth L. 

Biswell, Charles B. 

Blake. Ralph K. 

Bousquet, Euclid W. 

Bradshaw, William H., and Schmitz. 

Bren, Bozetech C, and White. 

Brooks, Richard E. 

Brondyke, F., and Monier. 

Bryant, Harold W. 

Buehl, Walter M., and Shepherd. 

Burrows, Lawton A., and Fuller. 

Cadot, Henry M., and Clark. 

Cairns, Theodore Le S. 

Cairns, Theodore L., and McQueen. 

Cairns, Thomas L., and Joyce, Jr. 

Callan, James A. 

Callaway, Jack B., and Killian. 

Campbell, Kenneth N. 

Carlisle, Paul J., and Hinegardner. 

Carson, Boyce G. 

Cass, Oliver W. 

Cass, Oliver W., and Copelin. 

Castner, James B. 

Cheney, Azro J., Jr. 

Clark, William B. 

Coffman, Donald D. 

Coffman, Donald D., and Ford. 

Coffman, Donald D., and Salisbury. 

Cole, Paul M. 

Conaway, Rollin F. 

Conde", George E. 

Cooper, Charles W. 

Copelin, Harry B. 

Cornthwaite, William R., and Elston. 

Cramer, Richard D. 

Cupery, Martin E. 

Cupeiy, Martin E., and Rothrock. 

Dittmar, Harry R., and Strain. 

Downing, Frederick B., and Pedersen. 

Duncan, Douglas R. 

Du Pont, James Q., and Jones. 

Ellingboe, Ellsworth K. 

Ewing, Alvin L. 

Fields, Reuben T. 

Filbert, William F. 

Flenner, Albert L. 

Fletcher. David A., and Renfrew. 

Flodin, Nestor W. 

Ford, Thomas A. 

Ford, Thomas A., and Hanford. 

Ford, Thomas A., and Jacobson. 

Fox. Arthur L. 

Gentner, Edmund J. 

Gilbert, Harvey N. 

Glick, Charles F. 

Goebel, Max T. 

Grace, Worthington T., and Muller. 

Graham, Boynton. 

Graham, Boynton, and Turner. 

Gray, Hugh W. 

Greenwald, William C. 

Gresham, William F. 

Gresham, William F., and Brooks. 

Gresham, William F., Brooks, and Bruner. 

Gresham, William F., and Grigsby. 

Gribbins, Myers F. 

Grigsby, William E. 

Gross, Peter F. 

Guenther, Arthur E. 

Hager, Glenn F. 

Hamblet, Clement H., and McAlevy. 

Hanford, William E. 

Hanford, William E., and Harmon. 

Hanford, William E., and Joyce; 

Hanford, William E., and Roland. 

Hanford. William B., and Salzberg. 

Happoldt, William B., Jr., and Stockfleth. 

Hansley, Virgil L. 

Hansley, Virgil L., and Bristol. 

Harmon, Jesse. 

Harris, Charles R. 

Harris, Charles R., and De Atley. 

Herndon, Lee R. 

Hill, Frederick B., Jr. 

Hitt, Ira V. 

Hoehn, Harvey H. 

Hoffman, Raymond A. 

Holt, Lee C. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Du Pont, E. I., de Nemours & Company, assignee : See- 
Continued. 

Hoover, Fred W. 

Howk, Benjamin W., and Jacobson. 

Howk, Benjamin W., and Johnston. 

Her, Ralph K. 

IlifC, John W., and Torrey. 

Jacobson, Henning W. 

Jacobson, Ralph A. 

Jebens, Walter J. 

Jennings, Andrew B. 

Johnson, Charles W. 

Joyce, Robert M., Jr. 

Kamin, Charles 6. 

Keats, John L., and Peterson. 

Keenen, Frank G., and Dodge. 

Kirk, Joseph S. 

Kirkpatrick, Edward C. 

Klabunde, Walter. 

Koch, Daniel O. 

Kramer, Edward N. 

Kraus, Philip B. 

Kvalnes, Donovan E. 

Kvalnes, Hamline M., and Chance. 

Langkammerer, Carl M. 

Larson, Alfred T. 

Larson, Alfred T., Loder, and Dittmar. 

Latham, George H., and Strain. 

Laucius, Joseph F., and Williams. 

Leach, Elden E., Jr. 

Leekley, Robert M. 

Lindsey, Richard V., Jr. 

Linch, Adrian L. 

Livingston, Herbert K. 

Loder, Donald J. 

MacDougall, Keith K., and Labash. 

Matsen, Morris, and Jones. 

McGrew, Frank C. 

McQuaid, Howard S. 

McQueen, David M., and Weaver. 

Mehler, Albert J., Jr. 

Miller, Charles F. 

Miller, Henry C. 

Miller, Henry C. and Pratt. 

Millhiser, Frederick R. 

Mochel, Walter E. 

Moore, Maryalice C. 

Mortenson, Carl W. 

Mowery, Dwight F., Jr. 

Murphy, Clyde G., and Sermattei. 

Neal, Arthur M., and Verbanc. 

Nicholes, Postell M., and Taylor. 

Nichols, James B. 

Noakes, Henry F., and Martyn. 

Norton, James A. 

Nutting, Robert D. 

Olson, Carl M. 

Parmelee, Alfred E. 

Pavlic, Albert A. 

Pedersen, Charles J. 

Peterson, James H. 

Pinkney, Paul S. 

Plass, Curtis E., and Sullivan. 

Pinkney, Paul S. 

Pitzl, Gilbert. 

Pratt, Burt C. 

Prichard, William W. 

Raasch, Maynard S. 

Ramler, Edward O. 

Rarick, Morgan J. 

Renfrew, Malcolm M. 

Richter, Henry J. 

Roedel, Milton J. 

Roland, John R. 

Rosenberg, Hans R. 

Rosenberg, Hans R., and Woessner. 

Ross, Wilbur N. 

Rossander, Swanie S., Sparks, and Maynard. 

Rostler, Fritz S., and du Pont. 

Salisbury, Leroy F. 

Salzberg, Paul L., and Signaigo. 

Sauer, John C. 

Schmidt, Edgar H. 

Schneider, Allan K. 

Schreiber, Richard S. 

Schroeder, Herman E. 

Schulze, Ferdinand. 

Scott, Samuel L. 

Searle, Norman E. 

Sharkey, William H. 

Shattuck, Morris T. 

Seney, John S. 

Siegcl, Alfred. 

Signaigo, Frank K. 

Silverman. Shlrleigh. 

Smith, Albert F. 

Spraks, Chiles E., Llbby, and Trepagnier 

Stamatoff, Gelu S. 

Strain, Daniel E. 

Swank. Howard W. 

Tippetts, Emerson A. 

Trepagnier, Joseph H. 

Turnhull. Stockton G., Jr. 

Dpson, Robert W. 

Vaala, Gordon T. 



Du Pont, E. I., de Nemours & Company, assignee : 
Continued. 



See- 



Van Etten, Howard A. 
Vannoy, Wesley G. 
Verbanc, John J. 
Vieira, Nicholas R. 
Vincent, John R. 
Vining, William H., and Cass. 
Walker, Isaac F. 
Walker, Joseph F. 
Walker, Joseph F., and Londergan. 
Walker, Kenneth E. 
Walling, Cheves. 
Walsh, Robert H. 
Watkins, William W. 
Weber, Arthur G., and Bell. 
Weber, Arthur G., and Hamblet. 
Wester, Alfred B., Burrows, and Johnson. 
White, Jesse O. 
Whitman, Gerald M. 
Wiley, Richard H. 
Wilson, Cyril D. 
Yates, Edward S. 
Du Pont, Francis G., Utica, N. Y., assignor to Remington 
Arms Company, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Target throw- 
ing device. 2,455,661, Dec. 7. 
Du Pont, James Q., Wilmington, Del., and E. R. Jones, 
Philadelphia, Pa., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Blasting plug. 2,449,645, 
Sept. 21. 
Du Pont, Mary A., administratrix : See — 
O'Sullivan, Frederick J., and du Pont. 
Du Pont, William B. : See — 

O'Sullivan, Frederick J., and du Pont. 
Du Pras, Louis, Marquette, Mich. Snowplow. 2,436,956, 

Mar. 2. 
Dupre, Henry P., New York, N. Y., assignor to Burndy 
Engineering Company, Inc. Crimping tool. 2,457,538. 
Dec. 28. 
Dupuy, Charles F. J., assignor to O-Cedar Corp'n, Chi- 
cago, 111. Ventilating and vaporizing apparatus. 
2,441,623, May 18. 
Durakool, Inc., assignee : See — 
Bucklen, Herbert E., III. 
Keating, John P., and Weimer. 
Du Rail, John H., Mounds, 111. Pill douser. 2,436,505, 

Feb. 24. 
Durametallic Corporation, assignee : See — - 

Curry, Paul N. 
Durand, Francois, Zurich, Switzerland. Graphic calcu- 
lator. 2,435,133, Jan. 27. 
Durand & Huguenin, A. G., assignee : See — ■ 

Tschan, Ernst. 
Durand & Huguenin S. A., assignee : See — 

Ratti, Roger, and Brandt. 
Durant, Albert A., Honolulu, T. H. Clamp. 2,445,475, 

July 20. 
Durant, Lyndon A., and G. Horlick, Chicago, 111., assignors 
to Royal Patent Corporation. Ball gate and elevating 
mechanism. 2,453,976, Nov. 16. 
Durant Manufacturing Co., assignee : See — 
Hennessy, Mark M. 
Lawrence, Harold J., and Hennessy. 
Durat, Hector, Corona, Long Island, N. Y. Valve grind- 
ing machine. 2,438,994, Apr. 6. 
Durex Products, Inc., assignee : See — 
Clark, Joseph F. 
Young, Thomas. 
Durey, Margaret : See — 

Kraft, Marie J., and Durey. 
Durfee, Olive : See — 

Adam, John N., Jr., and Durfee. 
Duriron Company, Inc., The, assignee : See — 

Jacobsen, Oystein. 
Durkee, E. Leland : See — 

Jameson, William H., and Durkee. 
Durkee, James W. : See — 

Rusnak, John M„ and Durkee. 
Duro Metal Products Co., assigneee : See — 

Odium, William H. 
Du Rose, Arthur H., Euclid, assignor to The Harshaw 
Chemical Company, Elyria, Ohio. Acid chloride-fluoride 
bath for nickel plating. 2,436,690, Feb. 24. 
Duro-Test Corporation, assignee : See — - 
Cox, James L. 
Simson, Walter H. 
Durst, George, assignor to Metals & Controls Corporation, 
Attleboro, Mass. Electrical contact. 2,434,992, Jan. 27. 
Duschinsky, Robert, Essex Fells, assignor to Hoffmann- 
La Roche, Inc., Nutley, N. J. Substituted Iraidazolones 
and making them. 2,441,933, May 18. 
Duschinsky, Robert, Essex Fells, assignor to Hoffmann- 
La Roche, Inc., Nutley, N. J. Oxygen analog of blotin 
and making same. 2,441,934, May 18. 
Duschinsky, Robert, Essex Fells, assignor to Hoffmann- 
La Roche, Inc., Nutley, N. J. Imidazolidones and their 
manufacture. 2,441,935, May 18. 
Duschinsky, Robert, Essex Fells, assignor to Hoffmann- 
La Roche, Inc., Nutley, N. J. Imidazolones and prep- 
aration. 2.441,936, May 18. 
Dusinberre, George B., Wichita, Kans. Cane. 2,445,942, 

July 27. 
Dusko, Joseph R„ Youngstown, Ohio. Mannequin limb. 
2,451,023, Oct. 12. 



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Dutch, Emery, New York, N. Y. Method and means for 
welding pipes and the like. 2,449,371, Sept. 14. 

Dutcher, Harris A., Borger, Tex., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Producting styrene from buta- 
diene. 2,438,041, Mar. 16. 

Dutcher, James D. : See — ■ 

Wintersteiner, Oskar, and Dutcher. 

Dutrow, Claude H., Frederick, Md. Sportsman's coat. 
2,437,223, Mar. 2. 

Duttera, William S., Lynbrook, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Apparatus for detecting 
variations in load impedances. 2,449,739, Sept. 21. 

Duus, Hans C. : See — 

Bartlett, Edward P., and Duus. 

Duval, Bruce, and K. H. W. Tuerck, Banstead, England, 
assignors to The Distillers Company, Limited, Edin- 
burgh, Scotland. Manufacture of ethylhexoic acid. 
2,444,399, June 29. 

Duval, Bruce, and K. H. W. Tuerck, Banstead, England, 
assignors to The Distillers Company, Limited, Edin- 
burgh, Scotland. Manufacture of ethylhexoic acid. 
2,455,241, Nov. 30. 

Duval, Montague H., Great Neck, N. Y. Match pack 
holder. 2,445,317, July 20. 

Duvall, George H., Jr., Los Angeles, Calif. Wheel and 
tire locking device. 2,453,746, Nov. 16. 

Duvall, Harold A. : See — 

Maechtlen, Lawrence G., Duvall, and Esler. 

Duvall, Samuel, Highland Park, Mich., assignor to Air 
Redaction Company, Incorporated. Torch cutting ma- 
chine. 2,448,089, Aug. 31. 

Duvall, Walter J., and H. Cordrey, Chula Vista, Calif. 
Beating and mixing device. 2,448,174, Aug. 31. 

Dwight, Herbert V., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Drive for track- 
laying vehicles. 2,453,209, Nov. 9. 

Dworkin, Nathan, assignee : See — 
Handler, Harry. 

Dwyer, Harold V., Detroit, Mich. Tablet dispenser. 
2,434,993, Jan. 27. 

Dwyer, Martin, Hewlett Bay Park, N. Y. Emergency 
signaling device. 2,448,521, Sept. 7. 

Dwyer, Martin, Hewlett Harbor, Long Island, N. Y. Emer- 
gency day and night signaling device. 2,455,242, Nov. 
30. 

Dybiec, Michael, assignor of one-third to A. V. Virostek, 
Cleveland, and one-third to F. Waskiewicz, Garfield 
Heights, Ohio. Wear plate for shot blast machines. 
2,442,678, June 1. 

Dyduszvnski, Adam, Chester, England, assignor to Shell 
Development Company, San Francisco, Calif. Hydro- 
carbon conversion. 2,456,557, Dec. 14. 

Dyer, Charles W., Stratton, Maine. Milling attachment 
for lathes 2,455,662, Dec. 7. 

Dyer, George, Cheyenne, Wyo. Lamp box type direction 
signal. 2,453,421, Nov. 9. 

Dyer, Howard J. : See — 

Simonton, Budd E., and Dyer. 

Dyer, John B., Syracuse, N. Y., assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. Control for automatic 
clothes washing machine. 2,434,199, Jan. 6. 

Dyer, John N. : See — 

Goldmark, Peter C, and Dyer. 

Dyer, John R., Jr., TJtica, assignor to The Indium Cor- 
poration of America, New York, N. Y. Method for elec- 
trolytic deposition of indium and bath therefor. 
2,452,361, Oct. 26. 

Dyer, Maurice W., assignee : See — 
Kitterman, Jesse C. 

Dyestuffs & Chemicals, Inc., assignee : See — 
Adler, Leon, Johnson, and Schneider. 

Dymond, Frederick I., assignee : See — 
Minton, Versie R. 

Dyrkacz, Wasil W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Brazing alloy. 2,456,933, Dec. 21. 

Dysart, Norman R., Riverside, Calif., assignor of thirty- 
seven and one-half percent to G. L. Fox and thirty-seven 
and one-half percent to C. F. Smith, Amarillo, Tex. 
Pressure indicator for pneumatic tires. 2,447,689, Aug. 
24. 

Dyson, Louis M., assignor to The American Hardware 
Corporation, New Britain, Conn. Lock. 2,457,650, 
Dec. 28. 

Dyson, William J. : See — 

Williams, Arthur J., and Dyson. 

Dzurnak, Emil W. : See — 

Dzurnak, Paul and E. W. 

Dzurnak, Paul and E. W., Oliver, Pa. Protective covering 
for frame molding. 2,444,286, June 29. 

Dzus, William, West Islip, N. Y. Fastening device. 

2,443,309, June 15. 
Eaby, Grace A., assignee : See — 
Eaby, Paul M. 

Eaby, Le Roy, assignor to Armstrong Cork Company, Lan- 
caster, Pa. Temperature control means for calender 
rolls. 2,435,959, Feb. 17. 
Eaby, Paul M., deceased, by A. V. Drey, Executrix, Lan- 
caster, Pa., assignor to G. A. Eaby. Level winding at- 
tachment for reels. 2,445,212, July 13. 

Eaddy, Ernest J., Spartanburg, S. C. Loom battery filling 

truck. 2,448,300, Aug. 31. 
Eades, John H., Baltimore, assignor to The Glenn L. 
Martin Company, Middle River, Md. Handling heat- 
treated rivets. 2,446,166, Aug. 3. 



Eagle, Harold S., Strathfield, near Sydney, New South 
Wales, Australia. Gearing connecting oppositely rotat- 
ing shafts. 2,451,723, Oct. 19. 

Eagle, John H., and C. M. Lee, assignors to Eastman 
Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Process camera lens 
scale. 2,443,158, June 8. 

Eagle Lock Company, The, assignee : See — 
Aspenwall, Carl S. 

Eagle Pencil Company, assignee: See — 
Chesler, Isidor. 
Hanle. Benjamin W. 

Eagle-Picher Company, The, assignee : See — 
Chubb, Melvin F. 

Harner, Harold R., Lindemuth, and Jones. 
Turbett, Forrest L. 
Turbett, Forrest L., and Stephenson. 

Eagles, Robert P., assignor to Virginia-Carolina Chemical 
Corporation, Richmond, Va. Bag feeding apparatus. 
2,435,532, Feb. 3. 

Eakin, Edna S. and W. D., Akron, Ohio. Demountable 
support for garments and the like. 2,440,631, Apr. 27. 

Eakin, Willard D. : See — 

Eakin, Edna S. and W. D. 

Eakins, John F., Evanston, assignor to J. P. Seeburg Cor- 
poration, Chicago, 111. Multiselective phonograph. 
2,438,848, Mar. 30. 

Eakins, Merle M. : See — 

Fisher, John M., and Eakins. 

Eames, James O., Washington, assignor to R. S. Sanford, 
Woodbury, Conn. Cartridge feeding device. 2,453,977, 
Nov. 16. 

Eames, William F., Westfield, N. J., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Con- 
trol system. 2,447,935, Aug. 24. 

Earhart, Harold W., assignor to Beech Aircraft Corpora- 
tion, Wichita, Kans. Tension bolt joint. 2,441,188, 
May 11. 

Earhart, Harold W., assignor to Beech Aircraft Corpora- 
tion, Wichita, Kans. Aircraft beam chord construction. 
2,448,362, Aug. 31. 

Earl, John A., assignor to The Vitro Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Pittsburgh, Pa. Making ceramic stains. 
2,438,335, Mar. 23. 

Earl, Robert J., assignee : See — 
Dahlander, NoSl L. 

Earle, Guyon L. C, Forest Hills, N. Y., assignor to H. S. 
Wertz. Refrigerator. 2,443,787, June 22. 

Earle, Guyon L. C, Forest Hills, N. Y., assignor to H. 
S. Wertz, trustee for the beneficiaries of the Earle Pat- 
ents Trust. Sound dead«ner device. 2,449,207, Sept. 
14. 

Earle Patents Trust, Trustee for the beneficiaries of the : 
See — 

Earle, Guyon L. C. 

Earle, Ralph H., Wauwatosa, assignor to Line Material 
Company, South Milwaukee, Wis. High-voltage circuit 
interrupter. 2,434,994, Jan. 27. . 

Earle, Ralph H., Wauwatosa, assignor to Line Material 
Company, South Milwaukee, Wis. High-voltage circuit 
interrupter. 2,435,533, Feb. 3. 

Earle, Ralph H., Wauwatosa, assignor to Line Material 
Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Fuse. 2,441,692, May 18. 

Earley, Norman B. : See — 

Earley, Samuel C. and N. B., and Sanders, Skareen, 
Da vies, and Hughes. 

Earley, Roy C. : See — 

Kimball, James L., and Earley. 

Earley, Samuel C. and N. B., E. J. Sanders, W. C. Skareen, 
R. L. Davies, and J. A. Hughes, Toledo, Ohio, assignors, 
by mesne assignments, to Evans Products Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Variable pitch fan blade assembly. 
2,437,810, Mar. 16. 

Earley, Vivian H., Lynwood, Calif. Releasing tubing 
anchor. 2,442,121, May 25. 

Earman, John B., West Palm Beach, Fla. Pontic tooth. 
2,437,943, Mar. 16. 

Earp, Charles W., assignor to Standard Telephones and 
Cables Limited, London, England. Frequency indicating 
cathode-ray oscilloscope. 2,434,914, Jan. 27. 

Earp, Charles W., assignor to Standard Telephones and 
Cables Limited, London, England. Radio beacon system 
for bearing determination. 2,434,915, Jan. 27. 

Earp, Charles W., London, England, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to International Standard Electric Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Arrangement for frequency 
measurements. 2,457,136, Dec. 28. 

Earp, Charles W., and C. E. Strong, London, W. C. I, 
England, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Interna- 
tional Standard Electric Corporation, New York, N. i. 
Ultra high frequency system. 2,457,137, Dec. 28. 

Eash, John T., Westfield, N. J., assignor to The Inter- 
national Nickel Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Gas 
welding rod. 2,457,215, Dec. 28. 

East Coast Ship Yards, assignee : See — 
Tenety, Vincent J. 

Easter, Donald P. : See — ■ 

Bludworth, Joseph E., and Easter. 

Easter, Edward M., Detroit, Mich. Belt buckle. 
2,437,729, Mar. 16. 

Easter, William M., Jr. : See — 

Carpenter, Marion S., and Easter. 

Easterling, Lloyd M. : See — 

Miller, Julius Z., and Easterling. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 194S 



Eastern Air Devices, Inc., assignee : See — 

Hamilton, Hugh G. 
Eastern Industries, Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Barker, John L. 
Eastern Specialty Company, The, assignee : See — 

Fleischmann, Rudolf A. K. 
Eastern Steel Products Limited, assignee : See — 

Buehler, Allan M. 
Eastes, James A., Mount Comfort, Ind. Wobble basket 

washing machine. 2,438,273, Mar. 23. 
Eastman, David P., assignor to United Specialties Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Turbine wheel. 2,435,427, Feb. 3. 
Eastman, Du Bois, Scarsdale, assignor to The Texas Com- 
pany, New York, N. T. Catalytic synthesis of hydro- 
carbons with controlled recycle of carbon dioxide. 
2,436,957, Mar. 2. 
Eastman, Fred C, Marblehead, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Fluid- 
pressure-operated mechanism. 2,436,424, Feb. 24. 
Eastman, Fred C, Marblehead, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Safety 
container for rockets. 2,445,423, July 20. 
Eastman, Fred C, Marblehead, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Dither- 
ing valve. 2,450,944, Oct. 12. 
Eastman, Fred C, Marblehead, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Fluid 
pressure motor. 2,456,689, Dec. 21. 
Eastman, Fred C, Marblehead, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Fluid- 
pressure-operated mechanism. 2,456,690, Dec. 21. 
Eastman, Fred S., Seattle, Wash. Drive mechanism. 

2,441,693, May 18. 
Eastman Kodak Company, assignee : See — 

Aklin, George H. 

Allen, Charles F. H., and Bell. 

Allen, Charles F. H., Wilson, and Frame. 

Altman, Fred E., and Mclntyre. 

Amering, Charles F. 

Bean, Frederic R. 

Beguin, Albert E. 

Bliss, Lester E. 

Bowen, Everette F. 

Brice, William L. 

Brooker, Leslie G. S. 

Brooker. Leslie G. S., and Keyes. 

Brown, Fordyce M. 

Brown, Morris E:, and Lehr. 

Burroughs, Robert E. 

Caldwell, John R. 

Carroll, Burt H. 

Carroll, Burt H., and Staud. 

Colt, Ralph S. 

Condax. Louis M. 

Crumrine, Chester W. 

Damsch coder, Rudolph E., and Kauffman. 

Davey, Edward P., and Knott. 

De Paolis, Paul F. 

Dickey, Joseph B. 

Dickey, Joseph B., Byers, and McNally. 

Dickey, Joseph B., and Duennebier. 

Dickey, Joseph B., and McNally. 

Dickey, Joseph B., and Towne. 

Eagle, John H., and Lee. 

Egan, John F. 

Elwood. Calvin A. 

Fitch, Haro'd L. 

Fuerst, Carl C. 

Glass, Dudley B., Vittum, and Weissberger. 

Hagemeyer, Hugh J., Jr. 

Hamer, Frances M., and Knott. 

Hanson, Wesley T., Jr. 

Hanson, Wesley T.. Jr., and Farrell. 

Harmon, Herbert H. 

Harrison. Henry. 

Harvey, Douglass C. 

Hasche, Rudolph L., and McMahon. 

Hicks. Lester M. 

Hutchison. Miller R., Jr. 

James, Thomas H. 

Jelley, Edwin W., and Vittum. 

Kenyon, William O., and Unruh. 

Knott, Edward B., and Stevens. 

Lowe, Wesley G. 

Lowe, Wesley G, and Tarklngton. 

Luboshez, Benjamin E. 

MacNeille, Stephen M. 

Matthews, Irving C, and Atkins. 

Matthews, Irving C, and Lynch. 

McNally, James G., and Dickey. 

Meyer, Lester W. A. 

Meyer, Lester W. A., and Gearhart. 

Minsk, Louis M., and Kenyon. 

Morris, Reginald B. 

Murray, Thomas F., Jr., and Sharrard. 

Orser, William D. 

Parsons. William F., and Dann. 

Porter. Henry D., Welssberger, and Gregory. 

Relss. Max. 

Ruggles, Albert C. 

Russell. Harold D. 

Salo, Martin, and Vivan. 

Schade, Willy. 

Schubert, Alvln E., and Schnetzer. 



Eastman Kodak Company, assignee : See — Continued. 
Scull, Herbert G., and McNally. 
Silberstein, George P. 
Smith, William F., and Trivelli. 
Staehle, Henry C. 
Stevens, Guy W. W. 
Strain, William H, and Dec. 
Sun, Kuan-Han. 
Sun, Kuan-Han, and Callear. 
Tamblyn, John W., and Morey. 
Teague, Walter D. 

Thuline, Horace C, Parsons, and Waugh. 
Tucker, William M. 
Turner, John R. 
Tuttle, Clifton M. 

Tuttle, Clifton M., Kunz, and Brown. 
Unruh, Cornelius C, and Kenyon. 
Van Derhoef, Henry P., and Davis. 
Vittum, Paul W., Weissberger, and Wilder. 
Von Bramer, Harold, and Ruggles. 
Weissberger, Arnold. 

Weissberger, Arnold, Kibler, and Porter. 
Weissberger, Arnold, Kibler, and Young. 
Weissberger, Arnold, and Porter. 
Weyerts, Walter J., and Wiederhold. 
Wilson, Charles V. 
Yule, John A. C. 
Eastman Oil Well Survey Company, assignee : See — 
Livingston, Herman G. 
Schmidt, Fred H. 
Wright, Stanley. 
Easton, Allan, Long Island City, assignor to Emerson 
Radio and Phonograph Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Pulse modulated oscillator. 2,434,400, Jan. 13. 
Easton, Allan, Long Island City, assignor to Emerson 
Radio and Phonograph Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Instrument for measuring rise time of electrical pulses. 
2,444,341, June 29. 
Easton, Russell P. : See — 

Famulener, Keith, and Easton. 
Eastwood, Donald R., Drummondville, Quebec, Canada, 
assignor to Celanese Corporation of America. Cutting 
device. 2,437,295, Mar. 9. 
Eastwood, La Verne W. : See — 

Kempf, Louis W., and Eastwood. 
Eastwood, Sylvander C. : See — 

Simpson, Thomas P., and Eastwood. 
Eastwood, Sylvander C, Woodbury, and R. D. Drew, 
Wenonah, N. J., assignors to Socony-Vacuuem Oil Com- 
pany, Incorporated. Process and apparatus for the 
thermal cracking of hydrocarbons. 2,436,254, Feb. 17. 
Eaton, Belden H., Allison Park, Pa. Cooling system leak 

detector. 2,446,219, Aug. 3. 
Eaton, Bruce G, Jr., Buffalo, N. Y., and R. E. Moses, Jr., 
Tunkhannock, Pa., assignors to Curtiss-Wright Cor- 
poration. Windshield mounting device. 2,447,059, 
Aug. 17. 
Eaton, Byron G, Seattle, Wash. Computing device. 

2,441,261, May 11. 
Eaton, Charles F., Methuen, assignor to Bennett Incorpo- 
rated, Cambridge, Mass. Liquid measuring, can filling 
apparatus. 2,441,262, May 11. 
Eaton, Edwin D.. Manchester, assignor to United Aircraft 
Corporation, East Hartford, Conn. Propeller anti-icer. 
2,444,557, July 6. 
Eaton. Ernest E.. Berrien Springs, assignor to Clark 
Equipment Company, Buchanan, Mich. Transmission. 
2,448,872, Sept. 7. 
Eaton, Frank O., Capon Bridge, W. Va. Speed responsive 

clutch. 2,452,111, Oct. 26. 
Eaton, John, Cheltenham, assignor, to S. C. Icke, Solihull, 

England. Chuck 2,455,663, Dec. 7. 
Eaton. John L. : See — 

Olin, John F., and Eaton. 
Eaton, John L., Trenton, and J. F. Olin, Grosse He, Mich., 
assignors to Sharpies Chemicals Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Condensation of olefinic compounds with hydrogen sul- 
fide. 2,443.852, June 22. 
Eaton Laboratories, Inc., assignee : See — 

Stillman, William B., and Scott. 
Eaton, Lewis B., and R. W. Vergobbi, assignors to Pneu- 
matic Scale Corporation, Limited, Quincy, Mass. Pro- 
ducing infusion bags with nontangling handles. 
2,457,216, Dec. 28. 
Eaton Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 
Clements, William E. 
Findley, Howard J. 
Hoern, Joseph H. 

Hoern, Joseph H., and Archangell. 
Hoern, Joseph H., and Pardee. 
Russell, Robert C. 
Voorhies, Carl. 
Voorhies, Harry E. 
Witchger, Eugene S. 
Eaton, Milton, Shawinigan Falls, Quebec, assignor to The 
Shawinigan Water & Power Co., Montreal, Quebec. Can- 
ada. Automatic means for regulating electric steam 
generators. 2,453,210, Nov. 9. 
Eaton, Milton, Shawinigan Falls, Quebec, assignor to 
Shawinigan Water & Power Co., Montreal, Quebec, Can- 
ada. Electric steam generator control. 2,453,211, 
Nov. 9. 



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Eaton Pump Manufacturing Company, Inc., assignee : 
See- 
Jones, Guy A. 

Eaton Stamping Company, assignee : See — - 
Hamman, Lyle J. 

Eaton, Thomas T., Haddon Heights, N. J., assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Pulse-echo motion de- 
tector. 2,450,945, Oct. 12. 

Eaton, Wilfred A., assignor to Bendix-Westinghouse Auto- 
motive Air Brake Company, Elyria, Ohio. Fluid pres- 
sure control mechanism for airplane deicers. 2,439,458, 
Apr. 13. 

Eaton, Wilfred A., assignor to Bendix-Westinghouse Auto- 
motive Air Brake Company, Elyria, Ohio. Fluid pres- 
sure servomotor of the follow-up type. 2,441,263, May 
11. 

Eaton, Wilfred A., assignor to Bendix-Westinghouse Auto- 
motive Air Brake Company, Elyria, Ohio. Fluid pres- 
sure control mechanism. 2,441,264, May 11. 

Eaton, Wilfred A., assignor to Bendix-Westinghouse Auto- 
motive Air Brake Company, Elyria, Ohio. Pressure 
fluid follow-up servomotor. 2,450,274, Sept. 28. 

Eaton, Wilfred A., assignor to Bendix-Westinghouse Auto- 
motive Air Brake Company, Elyria, Ohio. Control valve 
mechanism. 2,450,275, Sept. 28. 

Eaton, Wilfred' A., assignor to Bendix-Westinghouse Auto- 
motive Air Brake Company, Elyria, Ohio. Fluid pres- 
sure control mechanism. 2,451,160, Oct. 12. 

Eaton, Wilfred A., Oakville, Conn., assignor to Bendix- 
Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company, Elyria, 
Ohio. Combined brake and steering mechanism. 
2,454,999, Nov. 30. 

Eaves, Hubert, San Mateo, and P. D. Williams, Palo Alto, 
assignors to Eitel-McCullough, Inc., San Bruno, Calif. 
Electron tube and making the same. 2,457,651, Dec. 
28. 

Eaves Sound Projectors, Inc., assignee : See — 
Eaves, William C. 

Eaves, William C, Elyria, Ohio, assignor to Eaves Sound 
Projectors, Inc., New York, N. Y. Pneumatic sound 
producing device. 2,434,842, Jan. 20. 

Eaves, William C. Elyria, Ohio, assignor to Eaves Sound 
Projectors, Inc., New York, N. Y. Electropneumatic 
sound reproducer. 2,435,534, Feb. 3. 

Eaves, William C, Elyria, Ohio, assignor to Eaves Sound 
Projectors, Inc., Dover, Del. Sound projecting appa- 
ratus. 2,435,535, Feb. 3. 

Bayrs, Herbert A. : See — 

Taylor, Myron L., Pond, and Eayrs. 

Ebaugh, Paul, Cambridge, Mass., assignor to Owens- 
Corning Fiberglas Corporation. Manufacture of glass 
fibers. 2,457,775, Dec. 28. 

Ebbley, Norman E., Jr., Leadville, Colo. Antispill attach- 
ment for skis. 2,455,920, Dec. 14. 

Ebco Manufacturing Company, The, assignee : See — 
Love, Lee C, Slauter, and Orthoefer. 

Ebeling, James A., Charleston, W. Va. Radio position 
finding system. 2,455,164, Nov. 30 

Eberhardt, Daniel A., St. Louis, Mo. Locking device for 
the sliding members of extensible frames. 2,456,054, 
Dec. 14. 

Eberle, Frank V., Newark, and H. Hansen, Lyndhurst, N. J. 
Artificial body members. 2,439,507, Apr. 13. 

Eberle, Frank V., Newark, and H. Hansen. Lyndhurst, 
N. J. Hydraulically operated artificial body member. 
2 442 530 June 1. 

Ebe'rsole, George B., Akron, and L. L. Leach, Barberton, 
Ohio, assignors to The Babcock & Wilcox Company, 
Rockleigh, N. J. Material classifier. 2,434,037, Jan. 6. 

Ebert, Henry F., Brooklyn, N. Y. Extensible connector. 
2,445,023, July 13. 

Ebonestos Industries Limited, assignee : See — 
Amigo, Alfonso. 

Ebv, Herbert O., Pittsburgh, Pa. Educational game device. 
2,444,768, July 6. 

Eby, Hugh H., assignee : See — 
Fox, Benjamin. 

Eck, Herbert P., M. M. Karlan, and C. Perrucci, New 
York, N. Y. Machine for trimming primer cups and the 
like. 2,440,080, Apr. 20. 

Eckard, Harry L., Massillon, and J. W. Kennedy, Canton, 
assignors to Better Health, Inc., Massillon, Ohio. In- 
flatable dilator. 2,435,387, Feb. 3. 

Eckel, Arthur F., assignor to M. S. Eckel, Chicago, and 
L. W. Pickett, La Grange, 111. Decimal point locator 
for slide rules. 2,446,696, Aug. 10. 

Eckel, John E., Houston, Tex. Double-acting valve as- 
sembly. 2,442,642, June 1. 

Eckel, Joseph C, Ingram, and H. E. Romine, Crafton, Pa. 
Enameling. 2,455.331, Nov. 30. 

Eckel, Myrtle S., assignee, et al. : See — 
Eckel, Arthur F. 

Eckel. Oliver C, Belmont, Mass. Hinge mounting. 
2,441,221, May 11. 

Eckers, Carl G., assignor to Aktlebolaget Separator, 
Stockholm, Sweden. Method and apparatus for the 
production of starch. 2,443,310, June 15. 

Eckert, George W. : See — 

Bergmann, Eric A., Ashburn, and Eckert. 

Eckert, Theodore, Lincolnwood, assignor to Harig Manu- 
facturing Company, Chicago, 111. Perforator grinding 
fixture. 2,449,459, Sept. 14. 

Eckert, William F., Rochelle, 111. Two-way roller guide. 
2,444,432, July 6. 



Eckert, William F., Rochelle, 111. Explosion-proof starter. 
2,452,112, Oct. 26. 

Eckey, Eddy W., Wyoming, assignor to The Procter & 
Gamble Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Treating fats and 
fatty oils. 2,442,531, June 1. 

Eckey, Eddy W., Wyoming, assignor to The Procter & 
Gamble Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Treatment of 
glycerides for use in edible fats. 2,442,532, June 1. 

Eckey, Eddy W., Wyoming, assignor to The Procter & 
Gamble Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Treatment of 
glycerides. 2,442,533, June 1. 

Eckey, Eddy W., Wyoming, assignor to The Procter & 
Gamble Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Mono- and/or di- 
glyceride preparation. 2,442,534, June 1. 

Eckey, Eddy W., Wyoming, assignor to The Procter & 
Gamble Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Modification of 
glycerides. 2,442,535, June 1. 

Eckey, Eddy W., Wyoming, assignor to The Procter & 
Gamble Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Confectioner's 
hard butter prepared by low temperature interesterifica- 
tion. 2,442,536, June 1. 

Eckey, Eddy W., Wyoming, assignor to The Procter & 
Gamble Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Puff pastry shorten- 
ing. 2,442,537. June 1. 

Eckey, Eddy W., Wyoming, assignor to The Procter & 
Gamble Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Glyceride rear- 
rangement. 2,442,539, June 1. 

Eckhard, William K., Newark, N. J., and E. W. Goodwin, 
New Rochelle, assignors to R. Hoe & Co.. Inc., New York, 
N. Y. Sheet registering mechanism for printing ma- 
chines. 2,439,420, Apr. 13. 

Eckhardt, Paul K., O'Hara Township, Allegheny County, 
assignor to The Union Switch & Signal Company, 
Swissvale, Pa. Remote control system. 2,435,821, 
Feb. 10. 

Eckman, Harry A., and H. W. Maack, assignors to Crane 
Co., Chicago, 111. Malleable cast iron. 2,450,395, Sept. 
28. 

Eckstein, George R. : See — 

Catlin, John P., Eckstein, and Vordahl. 

Eckstein. Ward E., Salem, Ohio. Toy aircraft. 2,441,401, 
May 11. 

Eclipse Air Brush Co., assignee : See — 
Downs, Austin H. 

Eclipse Fuel Engineering Co., assignee : See — 
Solem, Robert H. 

Eclipse Moulded Products Company, assignee : See — 
Nash, James. 

Economakis, George P., Asbury Park, N. J. Hat support. 
2,442,723, June 1. 

Economy Pumps, Inc., assignee : See — 
Buhler, Walter. __ 

Ecusta Paper Corporation, assignee : See — 
Heygel. Paul R. 

Eddison, Clifford, Haddon Heights, N. J., assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Sound record manu- 
facture. 2,446,578, Aug. 10. 

Eddy, William C, Michigan City, Ind., assignor to Tele- 
vision Associates, Inc., Chicago, 111. Sound pickup unit. 
2,439,459, Apr. 13. 

Eddy, William C, Michigan City, Ind., assignor to Tele- 
vision Associates, Chicago, 111. Alarm switch. 2,439,509, 
Apr. 13. 

Edel, Robert O., Frankenmuth, and L. Sutton, Bridge- 
port, Mich. Collet chuck. 2,449,887, Sept. 21. 

Edelen, James L., Kirkwood, assignor to Carter Carbu- 
retor Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Automatic timer. 
2,441,402, May 11. 

Edelen, James L., Kirkwood, assignor to Carter Carburetor 
Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Condition responsive 
mounting for measuring instruments. 2,445,943, July 27. 

Edelhart, Edward S., Lima, assignor of one-half to H. R. 
Meredith, Allen County, Ohio. Double reversible film 
developing hanger. 2,436,882, Mar. 2. 

Edell, Richard A., Montgomery, Minn. Automatic head- 
light dimmer. 2,451,543, Oct. 19. 

Edelman, Walter E. : See — 

Bishofberger, Carl J., and Edelman. 

Edelmann, Harry, Cleveland, Ohio. Consecutive ruling 
machine. 2,451,931, Oct. 19. 

Edelson, Stuart K. : See — 

Strickler, John F., Jr., and Edelson. 

Edelstein, Sidney M., Elizabeth, N. J. Aqueous disper- 
sions of electropositive materials. 2,442,972, June 8. 

Edelstein, Sidney M., Elizabeth, N. J. Treatment of tex- 
tile material with alkaline cellulose zincate solutions. 
2,442,973, June 8. 

Edens, James S., Baltimore, Md., assignor to R. L. Bush, 
Greenville, S. C. Commode chair. 2,447,239, Aug. 17. 

Edgar. David : See — 

Knowlton, Cutler D., and Edgar. 

Edgarton, Frank, assignor to Stromberg-Carlson Com- 
pany, Rochester, N. Y. Selector switch. 2,438,042, 
Mar. 16. 

Edge, Stanley H, Lincoln, England. Hydraulic selector 
valve mechanism for hydraulic servomotors. 2,438,389, 
Mar. 23. 

Edgerton, Harold E., Belmont, Mass. Electric system. 
2,449,063, Sept. 14. 

Edison Engineering Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Brandt, Edison R. 



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Edison, Theodore M., West Orange, N. J., assignor to 
American Geographical Society of New York, New York, 
N. Y. Stereoscopic mapping instrument. 2,444,815, 
July 6. 
Edison, Thomas A., Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Anderson, Fayette C. 
Braun, Gustav F. 
Dann, Charles W. 
Dunham, Le Roy S. 
Dunham, Le Roy S., and Jegge. 
Fox, Robert A. 
Fritzinger, George H. 
Garrity, Philip A. 
Hornbostel, John. 
Jones, Harry S„ and Clark. 
Kelly, Frederick G. 
Postal, Robert H. 
Edison Wood Products, Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Webb, Charles E. 
Edmondson, Joseph D., assignor of one-fourth to J. F. 
Davis, one-fourth to J. B. Goodrich, and one-fourth to 
J. Ruffner, Dayton, Ohio. Attachment for motion-pic- 
ture projecting machines. 2,447,238, Aug. 17. 
Edsall, Lou B., Wyandotte, and A. K. Kllander, Gibralter, 
assignors, by mesne assignments, of 9,448/10,570 to 
Chemprotin Products, Trenton, Mich., 561/10,570 to L 
Kormendi, New York, N. Y., and 561/10,570 to B. C. 
Boeckeler, Gross He, Mich. Apparatus for separating 
starch from gluten. 2,453,310, Nov. 9. 
Edson, James O., Great Kills, assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Cathode- 
ray oscilloscope circuit with timing marks. 2,434,264, 
Jan. 13. 
Edson, Kenneth C, Los Angeles, Calif., and F. E. Fisher, 
Pawhuska, assignors to Skelly Oil Company, Tulsa, 
Okla. Producing catalysts containing barium peroxide. 
2,436,558, Feb. 24. 
Edson, James O., Great Kills, and D. M. Terry, Brooklyn, 
assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Subharmonic generator. 2,451,480, 
Oct. 19. 
Edwal Laboratories, Inc., assigneee : See— 

Krueger, John, and Hayes. 
Edwards, Alfred B., Jr., Plandome, N. Y. Frame struc- 
ture. 2,451,076, Oct. 12. 
Edwards. Andrew W., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Auto- 
matic reclosing circuit breaker. 2,452.442. Oct. 26. 
Edwards, Baden J., assignor to Pye Limited, Cambridge, 
England. Reproducing X-ray images. 2,442,287, May 

Edwards, Baden J., assignor to Pye Limited. Cambridge, 
England. Television projection tube. 2.453.003. Nov. 2. 

Edwards, Charles E., Santa Paula, Calif. Vehicle turn 
signal. 2,437,944, Mar. 16. 

Edwards, Charles R., deceased, Houston, Tex. ; F. R. 
Edwards, executrix. Fishing tool. 2,436,506, Feb. 24. 

Edwards & Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Verkuil, Leo L. 

Edwards and Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Miller, Christian. 

Edwards, Donald V., Montclair, assignor to Electrons, 
Incorporated, Newark, N. J. Electronic device. 
2,443,100, June 8. 

Edwards, Earl W., South Pasadena, Calif. Incinerator 
with combustion air feeding means for underground use. 
2,444.095, June 29. 

Edwards, Ellis H., Scarsdale, N. Y. Gynecologic instru- 
ment. Re. 23.022. Aug. 3. 

Edwards, Franklin W. : See— 

Matulaitis, Victor E., Edwards, and Voorhees. 

Edwards, Franklin W., Detroit, assignor to Chrysler Cor- 
poration, Highland Park, Mich. Compressor drive con- 
trol. 2,449,888, Sept. 21. 

Edwards, George, & Sons, Limited, assignee : See — 
Hunt, Arthur L. 

Edwards. Geraldine K., Napoleon, and M. H. Zachrich, 
Defiance, Ohio. Hearing aid an<J heat deflector for hair 
driers. 2.449.460, Sept. 14. 

Edwards, Herbert C, Massillon, assignor, to The Timken 
Roller Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. Fuel injection 
pump. 2,455,571, Dec. 7. 

Edwards. Hilhert E., Mansfield. Ohio, assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Washing apparatus having a water-softening mechanism 
controlled therewith. 2,434,352, Jan. 13. 

Edwards, Ililbert E., Mansfield, Ohio, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Wash- 
ing apparatus having an automatically cycled regen- 
erative water-softening system. 2,434,353, Jan. 13. 

Edwards, Hilbert E., Mansfield, Ohio, assignor to West- 
ingbouse Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Cleaning and centrifuging apparatus. 2,447,848, Aug. 
24. 

Edwards, James C, Dallas, Tex. Heel rest for automo- 
bile floor mats. 2,444,342, June 29. 

Edwards, James H., Village of Welland Junction, Ontario, 
Canada. Trip mechanism for power shovels. 2,435,740, 
Feb. 10. 

Edwards, Karl C, Chase, and D. D. Jones, Towson, Md., 
assignors to Western Electric Company, Incorporated. 
New York, N. Y. Closure. 2,438,003, Mar. 16. 

Edwards, Leslie E., Jr., assignee, trustee, et al. : See — 
Ruddock, William. 



Edwards, Lewis E.. Huntington Park, assignor of forty 
per cent to A. J. Keel, Downey, and twenty per cent 
to L. Budway, Huntington Park, Calif. Safety joint. 
2,440,257, Apr. 27. 

Edwards, Martin A., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Control system. 2,443,028, 
June 8. 

Edwards, Masena E., Denver, Colo. Safety pin. 2,456,820, 
Dec. 21. 

Edwards, Miles L., and D. K. MacBain, Longview, and 
L. M. Johnson, Everett, assignors to Weyerhaeuser Tim- 
ber Company, Longview, Wash. Log turning apparatus. 
2,439,508, Apr. 13. 

Edwards, O. M., Company, Inc., The, assignee : See — 
Axe, Roy T. 

Edwards, Paul G., and H. W. Herrington, Verona, N. J., 
assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Shockproof electromagnetic circuit 
controller. 2,455,049, Nov. 30. 

Edwards, Raymond W., Mangotsfield, England. Portable 
chess or checker board with game piece retaining means. 
2,454,639, Nov. 23. 

Edwards, Robert F., assignee : See — 
Jones, Oscar S. 

Edwards, Robert S., Hempstead, N. Y., assignor to The 
Sperry Corporation. Electronic fine and coarse signal 
control system. 2,446,532, Aug. 10. 

Edwards, Robertha, executrix : See — 
Edwards, Charles R. 

Edwards, Samuel H., Richmond, Calif. Torsion spring 
mounting. 2,438,432, Mar. 23. 

Edwards, Samuel H., Richmond, Calif. Valve. 2,448,706, 
Sept. 7. 

Edwards, Walter, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Eraser 
holder. 2,439,162, Apr. 6. 

Edwards, Walter R. : See — 

Seymour, George W., Salvin, and Edwards. 

Eells, Paul W., assignor to Le Roi Company, West Allis, 
Wis. Cooling system for internal-combustion engines. 
2,449.110, Sept. 14. 

Egan, John F., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Photographic recording equipment. 
2,436,103, Feb. 17. 

Eggenberger, Hans : See — 

Von Allmen, Samuel, and Eggenberger. 

Egger, Charles J., and R. H. Webster, Cleveland, Ohio, 
assignors to The Buckeye Laboratories Corporation. 
Process and apparatus for reconditioning contaminated 
oil. 2,451,668, Oct. 19. 

Eggert, Herbert A., Oak Park, 111. Draft regulator. 
2,454,044, Nov. 16. 

Eggert, Ralph, assignee : See — 
Wilhite, Don H. 

Eggertsen, Frank T. : See — 

Archibald, Raymond C, Greensfelder, and Eggertsen. 

Eggl, Joseph, Toledo, Ohio. Clothes basket. 2,442,998, 
June 8. 

Eggleston, Smith, assignor to Standard Conveyor Com- 
pany, North St. Paul, Minn. Conveyor. 2,434,760, 
Jan. 20. 

Eggleton, Charles W., Walton-on-Thames. assignor to 
Electric & Musical Industries Limited, Hayes, Middle- 
sex, England. Coupled circuits for high impedance 
aerials. 2,456,772, Dec. 21. 

Eggmann, Robert E., et al. : See — 

Oakley, Thurman, Westenhaver, and Eegmann. 

Egleson, James E. A., Essex Fells, N. J. Shotgun choke. 
2,453,747, Nov. 16. 

Eglin, James M., Glen Rock, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Space discharge voltage regulation circuit. 2,443,534, 
June 15. 

Eglinton, George F., Lincoln Park, and D. J. Woodworth, 
Detroit, assignors to Lincoln Park Industries, Inc., Lin- 
coln Park, Mich. Compensating abrasive wheel dressing 
machine. 2,449.372, Sept. 14. 

Egor, Basil, Valley Stream, N. Y. Contour and depth 
gauge of dial indicator type. 2,439,565, Apr. 13. 

Egry Register Company, The, assignee : See — 
Ritzert. Robert W. 

Egyed, Dominic, Los Gatos, Calif. Easel. 2,445,136, July 
13. 

Ehardt, John H., assignee : See — 
Sklenar, Wenzeslaw F. 

Ehlers, Russell W., Flint, assignor to General Motors Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Molding ceramic articles. 
2,446,872, Aug. 10. 

Ehlinger, Marcel, Paris, France. Inhaler. 2,445,347, July 
20. 

Ehmann, Leslie G., assignor to Electric Steel Foundry, 
Portland, Oreg. Swivel connection. 2,438,548, Mar. 30. 

Ehnborn, Victor C, Honolulu, T. H. Device for working 
thermoplastic materials. 2,454.437, Nov. 23. 

Ehrenhaft, Franz F., Forest Hills, N. Y. Cinemato- 
graphic rotatable prism projector. 2,441,013, May 4. 

Ehrenhaft, Franz F., Forest Hills, N. Y. Nonintermittent 
cinematographic projector. 2,454,504, Nov. 23. 

Ehrensperger. Charles : See — 

Keller, Hans, and Ehrensperger. 

Ehrhardt, Earl V., Altadena, Calif. Adjustable airfoil 
and boundary layer control. 2,441,694, May 18. 

Ehrhart, Gustav : See — 

Bockmtinl, Max, and Ehrhart, Eisleb, and Stein. 



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Ehrig, Victor C, Marshall, Tex. Stuffing box mounting 

for pumps. 2,446,463, Aug. 3. 
Ehrlich, Josef, assignor to Erko Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Making a plastic cork composition. 2,455,921, 
Dec. 14. 
Eich, Sebastian, Chicago, 111. Colostomy receptacle. 

2,437,019, Mar. 2. 
Eichberg, Robert L., Arlington, Va., and H. R. Montague, 

Washington, D. C. Battery adapter. 2,449,550, Sept. 

21 
Eichenberger, Ernst, Wettingen, assignor to Aktiengesell- 
schaft Brown, Boverie & Cie, Baden, Switzerland. Cir- 
cuit breaker. 2,449,208, Sept. 14. 
Eichenberger, Ernst, Wettingen, assignor to Aktienge- 

sellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie., Baden, Switzerland. 

Gas blast circuit breaker. 2,451,669, Oct. 19. 
Eichendorff, Bruno E., San Francisco, Calif. Spoon 

leader. 2,449,692, Sept. 21. 
Eichholtz, Frederick W., Norvelt, Pa. Radiator structure 

for air heating furnaces. 2.452,556, Nov. 2. 
Eichner. Ferdinand R., assignor to Trail-A-Boat Company, 

Pontiac, Mich. Mast for marine craft. 2,454,640, Nov. 

23. 
Eichorn, Robert N. : See — ""* 

Fitch, Clyde J., and Eichorn. 
Eickmeyer, Allen G., Salt Lake City, Utah, assignor of 

one-fourth to C. M. McKnight, Tulsa, Okla. Treating 

oil wells. 2.452,736. Nov. 2. 
Eicove, Joseph M., and A. B. Baumgartner, Denver, Colo. 

Deodorizer. 2,442,080, May 25. 
Eidson, Greyburn T., Irving, assignor of one-third to 

1>. N. Moore and one-third to M. A. Phillips, Dallas, Tex. 

Automatic chicken feeder. 2,447,745, Aug. 24. 
Eigenberger, Elroy I., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Variable voltage drive, 2,442,346, June 1. 
Eilenberger, Stanley D., Kenosha, Wis., assignor, by 

mesne assignments, to Chicago Coin Machine Co. 

High-speed transmission communication apparatus. 

2,435,879, Feb. 10. 
Eilenberger, Stanley D., Kenosha, Wis., assignor, by 

mesne assignments, to Chicago Coin Machine Co. Elec- 
tronic control system. 2,435,880, Feb. 10. 
Eilenberger, Stanley D„ Kenosha, Wis., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Chicago Coin Machine Co. Ultrasonic 

pulse signaling. 2,455.475, Dec. 7. 
Eilerman, George E., Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to Pitts- 
burgh Plate Glass Company. Water dispersible coating 

vehicle. 2,455,743, Dec. 7. 
Eilers. Louis H. : See — 

Cardwell, Paul H., and Eilers. 
Eimar Corporation, assignee : See — 

Brereton, Gilbert. 
Elnson-Freeman Co., Inc., assignee : See — 

Horr, John V. 
Eipper, William R., Philadelphia, Pa. Treating fatty 

materials. 2,456,691. Dec. 21. 
Eisele, Andrew, Detroit, Mich. Internal bore gauge. 

2,438,274, Mar. 23. 
Eisele, Karl, Belleville, N. J., assignor to Camloc Fastener 

Corporation, New York, N. Y. Nut-assembling machine. 

2,436,858, Mar. 2. 
Eisele, Logan, Nashville, Tenn. Clinical thermometer. 

2,457,455, Dec. 28. 
Eisen, Carl, Bronx, N. Y: Fluid press motor and control 

valve therefor. 2,449,889, Sept. 21. 
Eisenberg, Irwin W., Alhambra, Calif. Switch. 2,436,958, 

Mar. 2. 
Eisenberg, Philip : See — 

Stile, Robert, and Eisenberg. 
Eisenberger, Sidney, New York, and S. Machlis, New 

Rochelle. assignors to O. D. Chemical Corporation, 

New York, N. Y. Nondusting detergent compositions. 

2.455,050, Nov. 30. 
Eisensmith, William F., Penns Grove, N. J. Safety oiling 

means for car journals. 2,440,331, Apr. 27. 
Eisenstein, Albert S., Cambridge, and K. J. Germeshausen, 

Newton Centre, Mass., assignors, by mesne assignments, 

to the United States of America as represented by the 

Secretary of War. Resistor. 2,452,737, Nov. 2. 
Eisinger, Roger W., Washington, D. C. Window. 

2,437,730, Mar. 16. 
Eisinger, Roger W., Washington, D. C. Door construc- 
tion. 2,444,343, June 29. 
Elsleb, Otto : See — 

Bockmuhl, Max, and Ehrhart, Eisleb, and Stein. 
Eisler, Charles, South Orange, N. J. Machine for flanging 

glass blanks. 2,446,000, July 27. 
Eisler. Charles, South Orange, N. J. Machine for forming 

bottoms on glass. 2,447,568, Aug. 24. 
Eisler, Charles, South Orange, N. J. Tabulating ma- 
chine. 2,447,569, Aug. 24. 
Eisler. Charles. South Orange, N. J. Bellows clamp. 

2,447,570, Aug. 24. 
Eisler, Henry G., Wilmette, 111. Container supporting 

and closing mechanism. 2,447,240, Aug. 17. 
Eisler, Paul, London, England. Manufacture of electric 

circuit components. 2,441,960. May 25. 
Eisner, Robert S., Red Bank, N. J., and D. Schoenholz, 

New York, N. Y., said Schoenholz assignor to said 

Eisner. Brush. 2,454,553, Nov. 23. 



Eitel-McCullough, Inc., assignee : See — 
Chamberlin, Richard H. 
Dieschman, Donald F. 
Eaves, Hubert, and Williams. 
Eitel, William W. 

Eitel, William W., and McCullough. 
Gordon, Ronald. 
Gordon, Ronald, and Miller. 
Howes. Gordon T. 
Sorg, Harold E. 
Williams, Paul D. 
Eitel, William W., Woodside, and J. A. McCullough, Mill- 
brae, assignors to Eitel-McCullough, Inc., San Bruno, 
Calif. Electrode mounting structure for electron tubes. 
2,441,349, May 11. 
Eitel, William W., Woodside, and J. A. McCullough, 
Millbrae, assignors to Eitel-McCullough, Inc., San 
Bruno, Calif. Electron tube. 2,446,270, Aug. 3. 
Eitel, William W., Woodside, assignor to Eitel-McCul- 
lough, Inc., San Bruno, Calif. Electron tube grid 
structure. 2,446,271, Aug. 3. 
Eitzen, Louis C, New York, N. Y. Viscosity instrument. 

2,439,287, Apr. 6. 
Ekberg, Gunnar J. E. and O. L., Ornskoldsvik, assignors 
to Aktiebolaget Fr. Ramstrom, Stockholm, Sweden. 
Plate shearing machine. 2,443,764, June 22. 
Ekberg, Ove L. : See — 

Ekberg, Gunnar J. E. and O. L. 
Ekblom, Uno, Brooklyn, N. Y. Automatic electric pilot. 

2,446,173, Aug. 3. 
Ekco Products Company, assignee : See- 
Chandler, James H., and Zimmer. 
Kollman. Jack. 
Ekenstam, Edward D., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor of 
one-half to Southwest Paving Company. Ditch paving 
machine. 2,447,571, Aug. 24. 
Ekin, Hursel L., Galion, and J. O. Young, Rocky River, 
assignors to The Galion Metallic Vault Company, Galion, 
Ohio. Vehicle transporting means. 2,436,959, Mar. 2. 
Ekleberry, James F., assignor of one-half to C. R. Miller, 
Miami, Fla. Hydraulic clutch of the transversely mov- 
able piston type. 2,442,999, June 8. 
Ekleberry, James F., Miami, Fla. Reciprocating com- 
pressor. 2,443,344, June 15. 
Eklund, Hans E., assignor to Aktiebolaget Ljungman Verk- 
stader, Malmo. Sweden. Safety for self-loading firearms. 
2.453,897, Nov. 16. 
Eklund, Harry N., New York, N. Y. Sound and vibration 

damping structure. 2,442,347, June 1. 
Eko Products Company, assignee : See — 

Lueneburg, Walter C. 
Ekse, Ingvald J., Minneapolis, Minn. Circumferentially 
travelling roller type, support mounted, tire mounting 
apparatus. 2,437,512, Mar. 9. 
Eksergian, Carolus L., Detroit, Mich., assignor to The 
Budd Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Brake control device. 
2,437,423, Mar. 9. 
Eksergian, Carolus L., Detroit, R. B. Temple, Grosse Pointe 
Park, and E. P. Hawthorne, Detroit, Mich., assignors 
to The Budd Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Wheel. 
2,438,966, Apr. 6. 
Eksergian, Carolus L., Detroit, Mich., assignor to The 
Budd Companv. Philadelphia. Pa. Metal wheel. 
2,439,848, Apr. 20. 
Eksergian, Carolus L., Detroit, Mich., assignor to The 
Budd Companv. Philadelphia, Pa. Side towed vehicle. 
2,442,267, May 25. 
Eksergian, Carolus L., Detroit, R. B. Temple, Grosse 
Pointe Park, and K. C. Harle, Detroit, Mich., assignors 
to The Budd Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Internal ex- 
panding vehicle brake. 2,451,325, Oct. 12. 
Eksergian, Carolus L., and P. W. Gaenssle, Detroit, Mich., 
assignors to The Budd Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Brake shoe assembly. 2,451,326, Oct. 12. 
Ekstedt, John W., Union, and A. F. Pityo, Clifton, N. J. 

Forming crown caps. 2,447,690, Aug. 24. 
Ekstrom, Gunnar, Stockholm, and G. Orstrom, Alsten, 
assignors to Arenco Aktiebolag, Stockholm, Sweden. 
Machine for producting a vent in cartridge cases. 
2,452,639, Nov. 2. 
Ekstrom, Ted M., assignor to J. L. Clark Manufacturing 
Co., Rockford, HI. Rotary sifter top. 2,449,285, Sept. 
14. 
Elastic Chain Company, assignee : See — 

Hartranft, William. 
Elastic Stop Nut Corporation of America, assignee: 
See — 

Sauer, John A. 
Elastrator Company Limited, assignee : See — 

Hammond, Arthur O. 
Elberty, Robert S., Jr.. Waynesboro, Pa. Heating and 

cooling system. 2,442,201, May 25. 
Elce, Alec, Banstead, R. H. Hall, Sutton, and K. H. W. 
Tuerck, Banstead, England, assignors to The Distillers 
Company, Limited, Edinburgh, Scotland. Oxidation of 
mesityl oxide with molecular oxygen. 2,443,818, June 
22. 
Elder, Charles J., assignor to The Moore Company, 

Muncie, Ind. Bed spring. 2,454,964, Nov. 30. 
Elder, Charles J., assignor to The Moore Company, 
Muncie, Ind. Bed spring. 2,454,965, Nov. 30. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1948 



Elder, Flint C, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignor to The 
American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey Pro- 
jection method for measuring the inner contours of wire 
drawing dies. 2,444,639, July 6. 
Elder, Harold G., Chicago, and John F. Mowat, La Grange, 
111. Firing metallurgical furnaces. 2,434,491, Jan. 13. 
Elder, Harry J. : See — 

McKinley, Joseph B., and Elder. 
Elder, Esther R., Pasadena, assignor of forty per cent to 
W. R. Harriman, Hondo, ten per cent to E. A. Harring- 
ton, Pasadena, and ten per cent to M. E. Peachman, 
San Francisco, Calif. Apparatus for drying hair with 
liquefied gas. 2,441,138, May 11. 
Elder, Esther R., Pasadena, assignor of forty per cent to 
W. R. Harriman, Hondo, ten per cent to E. A. Harring- 
ton, Pasadena, and ten per cent to M. E. Peachman, San 
Francisco, Calif. Apparatus for drying with liquefied 
gas. 2,443,610, June 22. 
Elder, Lucius W., Madison, and H. S. Levenson, Orange, 
N. J., assignors to General Foods Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Hydrocaffeic acid and esters as anti- 
oxidants. 2,437,731, Mar. 16. 
Elder, Robert M., and John J. Domoj, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Bracing device for bombs on aircraft. 2,451,481, Oct. 19. 
Elderbaum, Gilbert L. : See — 

Howell, Clifton W., and Elderbaum. 
Eldredge, Kenneth R., A. Hundere and J. H. Macpherson, 
Jr., Berkeley, assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
California Research Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. 
Magnetostrictlve pickup unit. 2,445,318, July 20. 
Eldridge, James A., St. James, Manitoba, Canada. Quick 
release increasing the gap between disks upon entry of 
uncrushables. 2,440,171, Apr. 20. 
Electric Boat Company, assignee : See — 
Chase, Irwin, and Darsie. 
Doane, Lewis B., and Bentley. 
Darsie, Burns. 
Electric Machinery Mfg. Company, assignee : See — 

Carter, William R. 
Electric & Musical Industries Limited, assignee : See — 
Agate, Charlton S., and Cooper. 
Bull, Cabot S. 

Cairns, John E. I., and Docherty. 
Cork, Edward C. 

Cork, Edward C, and A. D. and D. Blumlein. 
Cork, Edward C, Bowman-Manifold, Gale, and 

Blythen. 
Eggleton, Charles W. 
Henderson, Stanley T. 
Holman, Herbert E., and Cork. 
Landmann, Alexander. 
Mayo, Bernard J. 
Pearce, Albert F., and Barford. 
White, Eric L. C, Harker, and Houchin. 
Electric and Musical Industries, Ltd., assignee : See — 
Broadway, Leonard F. 
Klemperer, Otto E. H. 
Electric Service Manufacturing Company, assignee : Se« — 
Hallman, Eric B. 
McFarlin, John R. 
Electric Steel Foundry, assignee : See — 
Babbitt, Daniel R. 
Ehmann, Leslie G. 
Haun, Joye C, and Simpson. 
Johnson, Clarence K. 
McGee, James D. 
Electric Storage Battery Company, The, assignee : See — 
Galloway, Charles D. 
Murphy, Harold P. 
Swing, Frank A. 
Woodbridge, Joseph L. 
Electric Time Recording Register Company, assignee : 
See — ■ 

Abbott, Elbert V. 
Electric Wheel Corporation, assignee : See — 

Richey, Clarence B. 
Electrical Engineering and Manufacturing Corporation, 
assignee : See — 
Hoover, Vaino A. 
Electrical Engineers Equipment Co., assignee : See — 

Hoye, Peder B. 
Electrical Industries, Inc., assignee: See — 
Wyman, John H. 

Electrical & Musical Industries Limited, assignee : See— 

Percival. William S. 
Electrol Incorporated, assignee : Sec — 

Ashton, Benjamin N. 

Ashton, Benjamin N., and Kling. 
Electroloy Company, Incorporated, The: See — 

Jacob, Fraser B. 

Electrolux Corporation, assignee: See — 

Anderson, Emil. 

Cranmer, George H. 

Wahlberg, Eric C, and Lampe. 
Electro Manganese Corporation, assignee : See— 

Wyckoff, Lewis B. 
Electromaster, Inc., assignee : See — 

Marshall. Richard B. 

Scofleld, Donald W. 
Electro-Mechanical Instrument Company, The, assignee : 
Sec — 

Pfeffcr, William E. 



Electro Metallurgical Company, assignee : See — 
Franks, Russell. 
Hammerquist, William L. 
Kroll, William J., and Bacon. 
Electronbeam, Ltd., assignee : See — 

Ziebolz, Herbert. 
Electronic Laboratories, Inc., assignee : See — 
Brown, Harold J. 
Hings, Donald L. 
Kevers, Norman R. 
Peek, Walter E. 
Wise, Herman J. 
Electronic Tester of Gas Meters, Inc., assignee : See — 

Oakley, Thurman, Westenhaver, and Eggmann. 
Electronized Chemicals Corporation, assignee : See — 
Brasch, Arno. 
Brasch, Arno, and Huber. 
Electrons, Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Edwards, Donald V. 
Smith, Earl K. 
Electro-Physical Laboratories, Inc., assignee : See — 

Traugott, Paul. 
Electro-Pneumatic Looms Limited, assignee : See — 

Heaton, John. 
Electro-Voice Manufacturing Co., Inc., assignee : See — 

Burroughs, Louis R. 
Elevator Supplies Company, Inc., assignee : See — ■ 
Bruestle, Carl O. 
Swart, Frans J. 
Elfner, Henry L., Indianapolis, assignor of one-half to 
E. H. Stein, Marion County, Ind. Retainer and dis- 
penser for sanitary tissues. 2,451,281, Oct. 12. 
Elford, Frank D., Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. 

Drill rig. 2,440,852, May 4. 
Elgin, Joseph C, Princeton, assignor to Colgate-Palmolive- 
Peet Company, Jersey City, N. J. Extraction of poly- 
hydric alcohols. 2,436,209, Feb. 17. 
Elgin Softener Corporation, assignee : See — 

MeGill, Chester T., and Rowe. 
Elgersma, Alta M., assignee : See — ■ 

Elgersma, Theodore M. 

Elgersma, Theodore M., assignor of one-half to A. M. 

Elgersma, Fresno, Calif. Poultry bit. 2,450,587, Oct. 5. 

Elie, Maurice, H. Gutton, J. J. Hugon, and M. Ponte, 

Paris, France ; vested in the Attorney General of the 

United States. System for object detection and distance 

measurment. 2,433,838, Jan. 6. 

Eliomarkakis, Panayottis J., Philadelphia, Pa. Magnetic 

fuse. 2,434,551, Jan. 13. 
Elkan, Fred, New York, N. Y. Fuel composition. 

2,443,029, June 8. 
Elkhart Brass Manufacturing Company, Inc., assignee : 
See— 

Hansen, Edward H. 
Elkins, Howard T., assignee : See — 

Elkins, Hubert A. 
Elkins, Hubert A., Huntington, assignor of one-half to 
H. T. Elkins, Midkiff, W. Va. Bonding cable terminal 
bracket. 2,443,000, June 8. 
Elks, William J., United States Navy. Dynamoelectrlc 

•machine mount. 2,450,422, Oct. 5. 
Ellam, Frederick, Watford, England. Inking device for 

rotary duplicating machines. 2,445,666, July 20. 
Ellcon Company, The, assignee : See — 

Meisereau, Everard C. 
Elleman, Tom, Toledo, Ohio, and K. M. Cloud, assignors 
to Continental Motors Corporation, Muskegon, Mich. 
Fluid pump. 2,452,185, Oct. 26. 
Ellender, Harold L., Baytown, Tex., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Refining lubricating oils. 
2,451,025, Oct. 12. 
Eller, Saul A. : See — 

Chatten, Clarence K., and Eller. 
Eller, Saul A., New York, N. Y. Protected tube and 

method. 2,452,557, Nov. 2. 
Ellerbeck. Thomas R., Salt Lake City, Utah. Calcining 

and calcining apparatus. 2,451,024, Oct. 12. 
Ellingboe, Ellsworth K., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Producing beta- 
fluoroethyl thiolacetate. 2,439,203, Apr. 6. 
Ellingboe, Ellsworth IC, assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Polymeric beta- 
hydroxyethyl siliconic acids. 2,443,898, June 22. 
EUingsen, Florence G. : See — 

Brandt, Otho A., and EUingsen. 
Ellingson, Martin A., McCook, Nebr. Card shuffling and 

placement board. 2,454,691, Nov. 23. 
Ellington, Alvln M., Watertown, Wis. Extension table. 

2,456,821. Dec. 21. 
Elliot Equipment Limited, assignee : See — 

Hann, Kenneth G. 
Elliot, William H. : See — 

Rlchter, Walther and E. 
Elliot, William H., Shorewood, assignor to Cutler-Ham- 
mer, Inc., Milwaukee, Wis. Electronic motor control for 
printing presses and the like. 2,448,256, Aug. 31. 
Elliot, William H., Shorewood, and C. P. Feldhausen, 
Wauwatosa, assignors to Cutler-Hammer, Inc., Milwau- 
kee, Wis. Control for printing presses and other motor- 
driven machines. 2,444,186, June 29. 
Elliott, Artemus E., Pasadena, Calif. Service handle. 

2,444,558, July 6. 
Elliott, Bernard V.: See — 

Price, Harold C, and Elliott. 



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Elliott Company, assignee : See — 
Anderson, Carl M. 
Aronson, David. 
Bergquist, Carl H. 
Cunningham, John F., Jr. 
Smith, Ronald B. 

Elliott, Curtis M. : See — 
Jellinek, Curt. 

Elliott, Daniel R., and K. K. Madison, Detroit, Mich., 
assignors to United States Rubber Company, New York, 
N. Y. Tire curing bag. 2,449,461, Sept. 14. 

Elliott, Fred H., Big Rapids, Mich. Heat-conserving air- 
heating furnace with flue cleaner. 2,444,499, July 6. 

Elliott, George S., Detroit, Mich. Faucet. 2,452,295, 
Oct. 26. 

Elliott, Gordon R., Ferndale, Mich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to I. A. Puchner and E. U. Demmer, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. Hydraulic pressure intensifier unit. 
2,440,654, Apr. 27. 

Elliott, Gordon R., Ferndale, Mich., assignor to I. A. 
Puchner and E. U. Demmer, Milwaukee, Wis. Hydraulic 
pressure intensifier unit. 2,455,984, Dec. 14. 

Elliott, Gordon R., Ferndale, Mich., assignor to I. A. 
Puchner and E. U. Demmer, Milwaukee, Wis. Hydraulic 
brake booster. 2,455.985, Dec. 14. 

Elliott, Harmon P., Watertown, Mass. Printing plate 
controlled feed means. 2,444,187, June 29. 

Elliott, Harold E., Leicester, England, assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. 
Mounting for rotary tools. 2,441,624. May 18. 

Elliott, Harold F., Belmont, Mass. Time control device. 
2,440,142, Apr. 20. 

Elliott, Harry D., Wenham, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Tape apply- 
ing machine for use in the manufacture of shoes. 
2,453,212, Nov. 9. 

Elliott, Harry D., Wenham, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Machine for 
applying tape to shoe parts. 2,455,359, Dec. 7. 

Elliott, James R., Port Huron, Mich. Road marker. 
2,434,103, Jan. 6. 

Elliott, John R. : See— 

Krieble, Robert H., and Elliott. 

Elliott, John R., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Stabilizing organo-substituted poly- 
eiloxanes. 2,445,567, July 20. 

Elliott, John R., and R. H. Krieble, Schenectady, N. Y., 
assignors to General Electric Company. Alkylsilicon 
sols and gels. 2,441,423, May 11. 

Elliott, John R., and R. H. Krieble, Schenectady, N. Y., as- 
signors to General Electric Company. Treatment of 
chloromethyl-substituted polysiloxanes. 2,457,539, Dec. 
28. 

Elliott, Kathleen M., executrix, assignee : See — 
Moffatt, Reginald J. 

Elliott, Laverne P., Berkeley, and M. M. Holm, assignors 
to California Research Corporation, San Francisco, 
Calif. Refining of petroleum distillates. 2,440,258, 
Apr. 27. 

Elliott, Paul C, assignor to L. K. Funkhouser, Dayton, 
Ohio. Machine for forming containers from flexible ma- 
terial. 2,453,836, Nov. 16. 

Elliott, Peter M., assignor to Oil Distribution Appliances 
Limited, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Filling apparatus 
for volatile liquids with vapor return conduit. 2,439,887, 
Apr. 20. 

Elliott, William V., administrator : See — 
Bergman, Charles P. 

Elliott Bay Mill Co., assignee : See — 
Johnson, Alfred C. 

Ellis, Charles A., assignor to American Optical Company, 
Southbridge, Mass. Trial frame having pivoted temple 
connections. 2,447,936, Aug. 24. 

Ellis, Charles A., assignor to American Optical Company, 
Southbridge, Mass. Adjustable perimeter target. 
2,451,932. Oct. 19. 

Ellis Drier Co., The, assignee : See — 
Ellis, Hubert C. 

Ellis-Foster Company, assignee : See— 
Robertson, John W. 
Rust, John B. 

Rust, John B., and Canfield. 
Wells, Franklin B. 

Ellis-Foster Company, assignee, et al. : See — 
Rust, John B., and Canfield. 

Ellis, Hubert C, Evanston, assignor to The Ellis Drier 
Co., Chicago, 111. Washing machine with piv.otally sup- 
ported outer and inner shells and power means on the 
outer shell for rotating the inner shell. Re. 23,065, 
Dec. 21. 

Ellis, Hubert C, Evanston, assignor to The Ellis Drier Co., 
Chicago, 111. Washing machine with pivotally supported 
outer and inner shells and power means on the outer 
shell for rotating the inner shell. 2,436,883, Mar. 2. 

Ellis, Hubert C, Evanston, assignor to The Ellis Drier 
Co., Chicago, 111. Method and device for drying woven 
fabric material. 2,451,206, Oct. 12. 

Ellis-Foster Company, assignee, et al. : See — 
MacKenzie, Charles A., and Rust. 

Ellis, Reuben H, Alexandria, and M. A. Milling, Ander- 
son, Ind. Laying submerged pipes. 2,447,937, Aug. 24. 

Ellis, Robert, Belleville, N. J. Flagpole and operating 
means therefor. 2,440,500, Apr. 27. 



Ellis, Robert M., assignor to P. R. Mallory & Co., Inc., 
Indianapolis, Ind. Vibrator circuit with primary cur- 
rent division. 2,445,390, July 20. 

Ellis, Victor G. : See — 

Voss, Grace, and Ellis. 

Ellis, William C, Maplewood, and L. Ferguson, South 
Orange, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Improving the magnetic 
quality of anisotropic permanent magnets containing 
iron, nickel, cobalt, and aluminum. 2,442,762, June 8! 

Ellis, William D., Ill, Atlanta, Ga. Reinforced plastic 
material. 2,449,595, Sept. 21. 

Ellison, Leslie J. : See — 

Grace, Bertram B., Ellison, Leman, Bridge, and Leng. 
Richards, Edward A., Ellison, and Gray. 

Ellman, Louis : See — 

Hosbein, Louis H., and Ellman. 

Ellner, George G., Long Island, N. Y. Electrical sterilizer 
or the like. 2,443,446, June 15. 

Ellner, George G., Long Island, N. Y. Electrical fixture 
or the like. 2,447,498, Aug. 24. 

Ellsworth, Harold D., Clinton, N. J., assignor to The 
Indium Corporation of America, New York, N. Y. 
Indium-gold article and method. 2,438,967, Apr. 6. 

Ellwood, Frances E., Manhattan Beach, Calif. Hand shield 
for cooking utensils. 2,436,507, Feb. 24. 

Ellwood, Walter B., New York, N. Y. Valve for depth 
charge firing mechanisms. 2,438,117, Mar. 23. 

Ellwood, Walter B., assignor to Bell Telephone Laborato- 
ries, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Amplifier. 
2,454,045, Nov. 16. 

Ellsworth, John T., Collinsville, 111. Electrolytic recovery 
of zinc. 2,454,142, Nov. 16. 

Ellsworth, Wilfred D., Lynbrook, N. Y. Detachable row- 
boat shelter. 2,453.422. Nov. 9. 

Elrnendorf, Andrew G. : See — 

Ayers, Edgar H., and Elrnendorf. 

Elrnendorf, Armin, Winnetka, 111., assignor to The Flex- 
wood Company. Making flexible veneer laminate. 
2,435,209, Feb. 3. 

Elrnendorf,