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INDEX OF PATENTS 



ISSUED FROM 



THE UNITED STATES 
PATENT OFFICE 



1954 




UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1955 



For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington 25» D, C. - $3.75 (Buckram) 



CONTENTS 



Page 

List of Patentees (includes Reissues) 3 

List of Design Patentees 569 

List of Plant Patentees 601 

List of Disclaimers 603 

Decisions Published in the Official Gazette in 1954 605 



1954 
PATENTS ISSUED 

Patents 33,872— No. 2,664,562 to No. 2,698,433' inclusive. 

Designs 2,536— No. 171,241 to No. 173,776 inclusive. 

Reissues 155— No. 23,763 to No. 23,917 inclusive. 

Plant Patents 101— No. 1,238 to No. 1,338 inclusive. 



> Includes 63 withdrawn. 



19 54 
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 telephone directory practice). 



2,685,845. 



and MacVpigli. 



2,686,479. 



AB Bofors : See — 

Ljungdell, Erik R., and Krantz. 2,696.910. 
A-B-C Packaging Machine Corporation, assignee : See — 

Ne:il, Morris P. 

Neal, Morris P. 2,679,903. 
A. B. Dick Co. : See — ^ r. .,,■.,. t. 

Boblit. Harry. Sr., Musser, Boblit, Jr., and Boblit, R. E 
2,688,482. 
AB. Keba : .'^'ce — 

Lpnning. Alvar. 2,694.380. 
AB Svenska Fiiiktfabriken : See — 

AllanchT. Claes G.. and Wallin. 2,078.237. 

Arborgh, Ike, and Krantz. 2,684,836. 

Brober^, (Jooijr Iv. J. 

BroberK, Karl J. G. 2,087,080. 

Ljungdell, Erik R,, and Krantz. 2,696,910. 

Sohlman, Nils P. 2,684,730. 
A/B .Svonska Mnskiiivprkcn : Sec — 

Dalin, David. 2,098,283. 

Dalin, David, and Hedbiick. 2,689,212. 
ACF Industrios, Inc. : See — • 

Dietrichson. Williani F. 2,694,498 

Ga.ssner, Alfred A., and Parsons. 

Harbulak. Harry J. 2.080,478. 

Kepner, Robert C. 2 686,605. 

Parsons, George B., Anderson 
2,697,990. 

Roby, Stanley M. 2,696,998. 

Shields. Robert A. 2,684,871. 

Shields, Robert A., Dendler, and Kepner 

Stolberg, Williani G. 2.08.'5.299. 
A C. 1. Plastics Proprietary Limited, assignee : See — 

Fienberg, Nathan, and Calder. 2,075,584. 
A. & C. .Tennpr Ltd. : .See — 

Swift, Joseph, and Jenner. 2,089,123. 

AMI Inc. : See— 

Vanderzee, Harry H., and McCallum. 
Vanderzee, Harry H., and McCallum. 2,097,607. 
Vanderzee, Harry H., and .McCallnm. 2.097.608. 
Johnson. Roy W., and McCarty. 2,683,565. 
A-1 Bit & Tool Co. : See— 

Robishaw. Earl J. 2,696,367. 
A P Controls Corp. : See — 

Biermann, William A., and Sloane. 
Johnson, Roy W., and McCarty. 2,683,565. 
A. P. V. Co. Ltd.. The : See — 

Botham George H., Lancaster, and Dawson. 
2,689,177. 
A. R. F. Product"), Inc. : Sec — 

Hupert, Julius J., and Goldstein. 2,695,951. 
Hupert, Julius J., and Goldstein. 2,095,977. 
Riddiford, Milton, and Goldstein. 
A/S Nordisk Aluminiumindustri ; See — 

Nickelsen, Dag. Nilsen. and Wletigel. 2,695.252. 
A & W. Machine Co.. The : See — 

Lingner, Julius S. 2.083,409. 
Aamodt. Thoralf, to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. 

2,686,847, CI. 179—111. 
Aannerud. Sigurd A., to Pyror Ltd. 2.691,628, CI. 

204 — 283. 
Aannerud, Sigurd A., and E. Mostad, Lokken Verk. Nor- 
way, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Pyror Limited, 
Pembroke. Bermuda. Electrolytic production of iron 
from iron sulfate solutions. 2,667,455, Jan. 20. 
Aaron. Moe I. 2.088,918, CI. 101—127.1. 
Aarvold, Reinhardt O., assignor to Aktiebolaget Gota- 
verken, Goteborg. Sweden. Operating device for hold 
hatches. 2,664,947, .Ian. 5. 
.\asland. John L., Moline, 111., assignor to International 
Harvester Company, Remote control for discharge 
hoods. 2,670,839, Mar. 2. 
Aasland, John L., assignor to International Harvester 

Company. 2,077,377, CI. 130—5. 
Aasland, John L., assignor to International Harvester 

Company. 2,677,404, CI. 146 — 100. 
Abbe. Edward J.. Cleveland Heights, assip^or to The 
Elwell-Parker Electric Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Hy- 
draulically operated tier-lift mechanism for industrial 
trucks. 2,666,501, Jan. 10. 
-Vbbe. Edward J., assignor to The Elwell-Parker Electric 

Company. 2!'676,573, CI. 121—40. 
Abbott. Charles W.. assignor to Abbott Developments, Inc. 
2,678,429, CI. 339—99. 



L. Perry, assignors, by mesne 
Worsted Mills, Incorporated. 



Abbott Developments, Inc., assignee : See — 

Abbott, Charles W. 2,078.429. 
Abbott, Edward A., assignee : See — 

Wilson, Frank R. 2,074,201. 
Abbott, Edward J. : See — 

Perry, Winthrop L., and Abbott. 2,095,138. 
.\bbott, Edward J., assigimr, by mesne assignments, to 
Abbott Worsted Mills, Incorporated. 2,075,971, 01. 
242—35.0. 
Abbott, Edward J., and W. 
assignments, to Abbott 
2,075,184, Cn. 242—35.5. 
.Vbbott, Hazel B., Washington. D. C. Line ruling attach- 
ment for typewriters. 2,670,832, .Mar. 2. 
Abbott Laboratories : See — 

Anderson, Harry G., and Blvett, 2,686,750. 

I'.aldwin, Mavnard M.. and Young. 2,694,069. 

l'ield.-<. Mack R. 2,095,012. 

Fricke, Howard H. 2,094,008. 

Grundy, Walton B., Whitman, Sylvester, Schenck, and 

De Rose. 2,078,929. 
Hasbrouck, Richard B. 
Rundell, James E., and Ferry. 2,677,690. 
Ryan, George R. 2,093,189. 

Ryan, George R., Abel, and McGrew, 2,682,268. 
Ryan, George R., Abel, and Roohr. 2.081,054. 
Schock, Richard U., and Karpel. 2,684,963. 
Shavel, John, Jr., and Zaugg. 2,695,871. 
Spielman, Marvin A. 2,681,928. 
Spielman, Marvin A„ and Clo.<!e. 2,689,806, 
Tabern, Donalee L, 2,684,307. 
Weston, Arthur W. 2,674,615. 
Weston, Arthur W., and Brownell. 2,083,149, 
Weston, Arthur W., Sommers, and Beck. 2,684,065. 
Wright, Howard B., and Moore. 2,091,079. 
Abbott Machine Co., Inc., assignee : See — 
Perry Winthrop L. 
Perry, Winthrop L. 2,075,152. 
Perry, Winthrop L., and Ring. 
Abbott, Roy W., to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of the Army. 2,693,083, CI. 
00—39.72. 
Abbott, Samuel L. : See — 

Perry, Winthrop L., and Abbott. 2,695,138. 
Abbott, William G., Jr., Milford, N. H. Reaction device. 

2,009,830, Feb. 23. 
Abbott Worsted Mills, Inc. : See — 
Abbott, Edward J. 2,075,971. 
Abbott, Edward J., and Perry. 2,075,184. 
Perry, Winthrop L., and Abbott. 2,695,138. 
Abhoud, Harry I,, to Godfrey L. Cabot, Inc. 2,097,591, 

CI. 2()1 — 110. 
Abdallah, Therese C. 2,675,850, CI. 155 — 23. 
Abdo, Joseph T,, to Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Co. 

2,083,347, CI. 60—35.6. 
.\bdo, Joseph T., to Minneapolis Honeywell Regulator 

2,095,765, CI. 251—13. 
Abel. David W. : See- 
Ryan, George R., Abel, and McGrew. 2,682,208. 
Rvan. George R.. Ahcl, and Roehr. 2,081,054. 
Abel, Martin S. 2,080,199, CI. 250—58. 
Abel, Richard C. : See — 

Gerritsen, Jacobus J., and Abel. 2,679,856. 
Abele, Joseph B., and W. F. Oberhuber. 2,684,255, 

285 — 90. 
Abelew, Harry H., assignor to Mackay Radio and Tele- 
graph Company. 2,678,390, CI. 2.''.0 — 27. 
Abell, Harry D., H. E. Abell. and N. R. Heald. 2,679,393, 

CI. 270—80. 
Abell, Homer E. : See — 

Abell, Harry D. and H. B.. and Heald. 2,679,393. 
Abendroth, Guss F., to Standard Oil Development Co. 

2,093.854, CI. 166 — 15. ^ „ 

Aber Homer B., and N. R. Krause, assignors to J. I. Case 

Company. 2,075,809, CI. 130—27. 
Abercrombie, Alexander V., to Plastlcase Corp. 

CI. 18—10. 
Aberegg, Randall C. : See — 

Shannon, Jack F., and Aberegg. 2,090,871. 
Aberer, Frank E. : See — 

Talge, Henry J., and Aberer. 2,694,855. 
Aberer, Frank E., to J. C. Hockery, trustee. 

Aberer, James B., to J. C. Hockery, trustee. 2,095,643, CI. 
146—177. 

3 



Co. 



CI. 



2,090,593, 



2,685,902, 



INDEX OF I'ATENTS, 1954 



Co. 



2,C8G,05C, 



See 



to C. V. Barclay. 
Magnetic game 
155—196. 



Abernuthy, Clyde G. 2,087,038, CI. 70—303. 
Abernetliy, Nelson W.. to The Dow Chemical 

2.081,325. CI. 200—32.8. 
Abild. Uobert N., to United Aircraft Corp. 

CI. 2.W— 77. 
Ablngton Textile Machinery Works, assignee : 

Clark, lirnest. 
Ablah, Frank J., assignee : See — 

McMillan, James O. 
Abler, I'eter J. 2,675,859, CI. 155 — 124. 
Ablondi, Frank B., and S. Nalesnyk, assignors to American 

Cyaniunid Company. 2,677,042, CI. 107 — 73. 
Ablondi, Frank B., and S. Nalesnyk, assignors to American 

Cyanamid Company. 2,077,643, CI. 167 — 73. 
Ablondi, Frank B., and M. Querry, to American Cyanamid 

Co. 2.091,020, CI. 195— GO. 
Abplanalp, Robert H., assignor of '% to F. G. Lodes and 

% to J. J. Baessler. 2,678,147, CI. 222—545. 
Abraham, Herbert, to The Ruberoid Co. 2,087,701, CI. 

108—8. 
Abrahamsen, Albert A., assignor of 25% 

2,677,210, C). 43 — 103. 
Abrahamson, Edmund, Baldwin, N. Y. 

apparatus. 2,073,404, Mar. 30. 
Abramovitz, Gerald G. 2,677,414, CI. 
Abrams, Albert : See — 

Abrams, Samuel M. and A. 2,674,001. 
Abrams, Louis V., to Easy Washing Machine Corp. 

2,691,883, CI. 68—26. 
Abrams, Morris, New York assignor to Arrow Fastener 
Co., Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Spring operated fastener 
applying device. 2,671,215, Mar. 9. 
Abrams, Nicholas, and H. R. Green, Los Angeles, assignors 
to Lee Products Inc., Pasadena, Calif. Reminder de- 
vice. 2,670,707, Mar. 2. 
Abrams. Ralph : See — 

Shnitzler, Meyer J., Benedict, and Abrams. 2,692,672. 
Shnltzler, Meyer J.. Benedict, and Abrams. 2.692,674. 
Shnitzler, Meyer J., Benedict, Abrams, and Flynn. 
2,080,291. 
Abrams, Samuel M. and A., assignors to Knomark Manu- 
facturing Co., Inc. 2,674,001, CI. 15 — 184. 
Abramsen, Finn B. : See — 

Breza, George, and Abramsen. 
Abramson, Bertram N., Whippany, N. J., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to the United States of America as 
represented by the Secretary of the Navy. One shot 
rocket motor starting system. 2,668,412, Feb. 9. 
Abramson, Chester C. : See — 

Dennison, William W., Abramson, and Davis. 
2,689,587. 
Abramson, HeUner A. : See — 

Kenny, Herman C, and Abramson, 
Abramson, Hugo, Eskilstuna, Sweden. 

2,671,401, Mar. 9. 
Abrants, Steve, to The James Hunter 

2,689,983, CI. 19—105. 
Abrasive Machine Tool Company, assignee : See — 

Cornell, Elton S. 
Abresch, Carel F.. Stamford, Conn., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation. Squeezer extractor washing ma- 
chine. 2,666,315, Jan. 19. 
Abrin, Billy : See — 

Greene, Benjamin N., and Wichner. 2,685,133. 
Accola, Andre, Vi to V. Sa. 2,685,165, CI. 58 — 121. 
Ace Metal Products, Inc., assignee : See — 

Pratt, Edward H. 
Achberger, Eldon E., to S. A. Pitzen. 

128—67. 
Acheson Colloids Limited, assignee : See — 

Mote, Horace. 2.075,967. 
Achor, William E., to Thompson Products, Inc. 2,682,261, 

CI. 123—188. 
Achterhof, Marvin : See — 

Winchester, John H., and Achterhof. 
Acker, George H., assignor to The Cleveland Worm & Gear 

Company. 2,675,713. CI. 74 — i72. 
Acker, Hobart W., Jr., A. J. Cavala, E. A. Fuess, and E. 

Schreiner. 2,693,033, CI. 33—158. 
Ackerman, Frank, to Curtis Mfg. Co. 2,684,659, CI. 

121 — 46. 
Ackerman, Frank L., Pendleton, Oreg. Orthopedic table. 

2,667,160. Jan. 26. 
Ackerman, Harold T., assignee : See — 

Garretson, Donald J. 
Ackerman, Howard A. 2,689,103. CI. 248 — 257. 
Ackerman, James E., and C. R. Odermann, to The Singer 

Mfg. Co, 2,685.854, Cl. 112—136. 
Ackerman, John D. 2,675,150, Cl. 224 — 5. 
Ackerman, Paul C, Detroit, assignor to Chrysler Corpora- 
tion, Highland Park, Mich. Hydrodynamic transmis- 
sion. 2,667,085, Jan. 26. 
Ackerman. Robert L., to Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. 

2,689,803, Cl. 117—37. 
Ackermann, Casper J., Omaha, Nebr. Proportional Inter- 
polator. 2,067,696. Feb. 2. 
Ackermann, Paul : See — 

Kolbel, Herbert, and Ackermann. 
Kolbel, Herbert, and Ackermann. 2,692.274. 
Ackermans, John W. J., Detroit, Mich. Ventilation 

tem for vehicle bodies. 2,667,113. Jan. 26. 
Ackermans. John W. J. 2,681,245, Cl. 292 — 341.10. 



2,087,953. 
Shaft projectile. 



Machine Co. 



2,690,746, Cl. 



2,691,798. 



sys- 



Ackley, Amos : See — 

.Schwartz, Joseph, and Ackley. 2,079,279. 
Ackley, Charles S., Brooklyn, assignor to Thermactor Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Reviving or increasing the 
production of clogged or congested oil wells. 2,670,802, 
.Mar. 2. 
Ackroyd, Norvik : Sec — • 

Harvey, Philip G., and Ackroyd. 2,694,091. 
Acme Homes Metal Works, Inc. : See — 
Duncan, William A. 2.070,858. 
Duncan, William A. 2,085,488. 
Acme Industries : See — 

Kane, James L. 2,690,226. 
Acme Industries, Inc. : See — 
Newton, Alwin B. 
Swarthout, Ward W. 2.680,353. 
Acme Protection Equipment Co. : See — 
Glidden, Galen M. 2,684,066. 
Glidden, Galen M. 2,695,020. 
Acme Steel Co. : See — 

Horvath. Lad G. 2,695,139. 
Winkler, Alvin L. 2,097,829. 
Acme Tool & Tester Co., Inc. : See — 

Connolly, John A. 2,696,759. 
Acme Visible Records, Inc. : See — 
Attwood, Charles E. 
Garden. Stewart W. 2,695,205. 
Hall, Marchand B. 2,690.781. 
Perkins, Theodore O. 2.678.865. 
Acorn Tool & Mfg. Inc., assignee : See — 

Stern, Edwin H. 2,674,139. 
Acragage Co. : See — 

Brown, Arthur S. 2,693,896. 
Aero Products Company, assignee : See — 

Keroes, Herbert I. 2,080,218. 
Actiengesellschaft Joh. Jacob Rieter & Cie. : See — 
Naegeli, Werner. 2,075,585. 
Naegeli, Werner. 2,095,428. 
Strassler, Karl. 2,682,998. 
Strassler, Karl. 2,686,014. 
Acton, Daniel D., and G. M. Stuntz, to Anchor Hocking 

Glass Corp. 2,687,575, Cl. 33—172. 
Adair, Charles R. 2,688,910, Cl. 97—78. 
Adair, Robert E., Highlands, N. J. Humidifier for detach- 
able connection with cigarette packages. 2,670,990, 
Mar. 2. 
Adair, William L. : See — 

Alderson, Ernest A., and Adair. 
Adam, Frank, Electric Company, assignee : See — 
Schmelig, Nicholas J. 2.675,141. 
Stieglitz. Henry M. 2,674,666. 
Adamec, Gilbert : See — 

Moultry, Isaac, and Adamec. 2.694,338. 
Normandean, Jerome R., and Adamec. 2,696,624. 
Adamek, Frank H. 2,075,040, Cl. 43 — 57.5. 
Adams, Alan E. : See — 

Herod, Louise, and Adams. 2,695,622. 
Adams, Albert C. : See — 

Eisengrein, Harry F., and Adams. 2,677,477. 
Adams, Andrew C. : See — 

Burnham. Virgil A., and Adams. 2,689,383. 
Adams, Arthur R., Glendale, E. D. Grizzard and P. C. 
Cady, Los Angeles, assignors to Adams Rite Manufac- 
turing Company, Glendale. Calif. Sliding door lock 
mechanism. 2,068.071, Feb. 2. 
Adams, Arthur R., E. D. Grizzard, and P. C. Cady, to 

Adams Rite Mfg. Co. 2,682.424, Cl. 292—336.3. 
Adams, Betty M. B. : See — 

Adams. Henry V. and B. M. B. 2.681,735. 
Adams, Cecil E., assignor to The Denison Engineering 
Company, Columbus, Ohio. Intermittently rotatable 
device with servo control. 2,669,226, Feb. 16. 
Adams, Cecil E., assignor to The Denison Engineering 
Company. Columbus, Ohio. Flow control valve mecha- 
nism. 2,673,422. Mar. 30. 
Adams, Cecil E., to The Denison Engineering Co. 

2,690,762, CL 137—497. 
Adams, Cecil E., to The Denison Engineering Co. 

2,696,380, Cl. 271 — 2.5. 
Adams, 'Cecil E., and E. H. Born, to The Denison Engineer- 
ins Co, 2.696.196. Cl. 121—38. 
Adams, Charles E. : See — 

Rupp. Earl V., Adams, and Sundstrom. 2,674,263. 
Adams. Clark E.. to Standard Oil Development Co. 

2,098.284, CI. 202—14. 
Adams, Clark E., C. N. Kimberlin, Jr., and W. J. Mattox, to 
Standard Oil Development Co. 2,690,990, Cl. 196 — 19. 
Adams, Clark W., assignee : See — 

Whitlock, William R. 2,679,870. 
Adams, Daniel O., to Bird & Son, inc. 2,088,209, Cl. 

47—37. 
Adams, David, Roseville, Mich. Demountable wheel con- 
struction. 2,671.094, Mar. 9. 
Adams, Dennis A. W., and R. H. Wilson, Blackley. Man- 
chester, England, assignors to Imperial Chemical In- 
dustries Limited. Textile treating materials. 2,667,458, 
Jan. 26. 
Adams, Dolor N., to Harris-Seybold Co. 2.694,057. Cl. 

260 — 209. • 

Adams, Earl F. : See — 

Lamb. Anthony H., and Adams, 2.694.930. 
Adams. Edward T.. assignor to The Fairbanks Company. 
2,678,802, 01. 251—328. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



Adams, Frank. JUlwaukee, Wis. Hydraulic brake booster. 

2.672,015. Mnr. IG. 
Adams, Frederic H. : Set- — 

Scalera, Mario, and Adams. 2,075,370. 
Adams, Frederick \V., to Coats & Clark Inc. 2,690,147, 

CI. 112—218. 
Adams, Frederick W., to Coats & Clark Inc. 2,690,148, 

CI. 112—218. 
Adams, Frederick W., to Coats & Clark Inc. 2,690,149, 

CI. 112—218. 
Adams, Gail D., and D. W. Kerst. Urbana, III., assignors 

to the United States of America as represented by the 

Secretary of the Navy. Means for improving the yield 

from betatron X-ray generators. 2,009.052, Feb. 16. 
Adams, Geoffrey S., Saltsjobaden, Sweden. Device for 

cleaning water closet basins. 2,660,224, .Tan. 19. 
Adams. George F., Riverside, assignor to Universal Oil 

Products Company, Chicago. 111. Extraction of oleagi- 
nous materials from solid substances. 2,670,317, Feb. 23. 
Adams, George I*., and JS. M. Martin, to Western Electric 

Co., Inc. 2.084,148. CI. 198—39. 
Adams, Harold B. : Sec — • 

Peters, Maurice C. and Adams. 
Adams. Harold E., Norwalk, assignor to Nash Engineering 

Company, South Norwalk, Conn. Hydroturbine pump. 

2,672,270, Mar. 10. 
Adams, Harold E., Norwalk, assignor to Nash Engineering 

Company, South Norwalk, Conn. Hydroturbine pump. 

2,672,277. Mar. 16. 
Adams, Harold E., to Nash Engineering Co. 2,693,903, 

CI. 230—79. 
Adams, Harold F., and W. E. Connolly, to Lockheed Air- 
craft Corp. 2,683,002, CI. 244 — 1. 
Adams, Harold L., to Boeing Airplane Co. 2,683,678, 

CI. 154—2.71. 
Adams, Henry V. and B. M. B. 2,081,735, CI. 209 — 405. 
Adams, J. D., Mfg. Co. : See — 

Foust, Lowell E. 2,696,287. 
Adams, James F., and F. B. Zienty, to Monsanto Chemical 

Co. 2,696,489, CI. 260—346.8. 
Adams, Jesse C, assignor to Roberts Manufacturing Co. 

2,677,145, CI. 16 — 16. 
Adams. John Q., and J. J. Kleiner, to Becton, Dickinson 

and Co. 2,689,562, CI. 128—214. 
Adams, John Q., and J. J. Kleiner, to Becton Dickinson 

and Co. 2,689,564, CI. 128—214. 
Adams, John R., Jr. : See — 

Salvin, Victor S., and Adams. 2,687,941. 
Adams, Lois S. 2,678,552, CI. 66 — 202. 
Adams, Loyd, assignor of V> to F. E. Johnson. 2,675,685, 

CI. 62—24. 
Adams, Loyd, to Calavo Growers of California. 2,680,957, 

CI. 62—117. 
Adams-Millis Corp. : See — 

Marlette, Goley R., and Clapp. 2.693,094. 
Adams, Paul L., Dubuque, Iowa. Valve float coupling. 

2,670,007, Feb. 23. 
Adams, Paul L., assignor to F. A. and A. V. Robinson, 

doing business as Robinson Industries. 2,678,074, CI. 

151 — 41.73. 
Adams. Ralph. 2.681.450, CI. 2 — 131. 
Adams. Ralph G., Jr., to Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

2,690,536. CI. 323 — 89. 
Adams Rite Mfg. Co. : See — 

Adams, Arthur R., Grizzard, and Cadv. 
Adams, Arthur R., Grizzard, and Cady. 2,682,424. 
Collar, Frank R., and Grizzard. 
Collar, Frank R.. and Mitchell. 
Grizzard, Earle D. 
Adams, Robert L., and H. 

Automatic delay starting 

nism. 2,672,818, Mar. 23. 
Adams, Rowland K., and W. S. Krause 

de Nemours & Co. 2,688,040, CI. 260- 
Adams. Stanley : See — 

Wheatley, Denis, and Adams. 2.695.382. 
Adams, Thomas O., Jr., New Philadelphia, Ohio, assignor 

to Joy Manufacturing Company. Adjustable blade fan. 

2.665.055, Jan. 5. 
Adams. Wayne P., assignor of one-half to W. E. and F. O. 

Worden, as Joint tenants. Alliance Nebr. Hayrake. 

2,672,721. Mar. 23. 
Adams. William J., assignor, bv mesne assignments, to 

General Motors Corporation. 2,674,815, CI. 37 — 126. 
Adamson, Bliss : See — 

Beyer, Frank A.. Jr.. and Adamson. 2,689.007. 
Adamson, Donald W., to Burroughs Wellcome & Co. 

(U. S. A.). Inc. 2.698.325, CI. 200—247.7. 
Adamson, Donald W^ and S. Wilkinson, to Burroughs 

Wellcome & Co. (TJ. S. A.) Inc. 2,682,543, CI. 260 — 

294.7. 
Adamson, Robert. 2,679,265, CI. 139 — 43. 
Adamson-United Co. : See — 

Rehak, James, Wallace, and Seanor. 2,696,635. 
Adamston Flat Glass Company, assignee : See — 

Kramer, William M., and Marsh. 2,675,646. 
Adaptor Machine Co. : See — 

Viehweger, August. 2,690,096. 
Adaptor Machine Company. Inc., assignee : See — 

Dowdy. James W. 2,675,709. 
Addison, James E., assignor to The Shannon Limited. 

2,679,846, CI. 129—16.7. 
Addison Products Co. : See — 

Morse, Stanley H. 2,692,119. 



H. Reavis, Childress, Tex. 
and lock-out switch mecha- 



, to E. 
-569. 



I. du Pont 



Addison, Tom, assignor to American Steel Foundries. 

2.070,500, CI. 77 — 58. 
Addison, Tom, assignor to American Steel Foundries. 

2,080,058, CI. 308—227. 
Addros.<cl^M■aIlll-.M\lUigraph Corp. : See — 
Curtis, Franklin E. 2,689,522. 
Gollwitzer, Walter T. 2,679,798. 
Gollwitzer. Walter T., and Lease. 2,697,396. 
Gruver, John H. 
Graver, ,Iohn H. 2,692,555. 
Haig, Elmer A., and Seifried. 2,693.756. 
Janke, Edward J. 

Worthen. Stephen V., and Van Dusen. 2,681,617. 
Ade, John : See — 

Wallerius, John, and Ade. 2,684,681. 
Adelaar. Hans H. : See — • 

Den Hertog, Martinus, de Zeeuw, and Adelaar. 
2,688,662. 
Adelaar, Hans H., to International Standard Electric 

Corp. 2,689,910, CI. 250—27. 
Aden, Robert. 2,685,472, CI. 290 — 44. 
Adell, Robert. 2,085,473, CI. 290 — 44. 
Adelman, Robert L., to E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. 

2,682,532, CI. 260—91.1. 
Adelman, w'illiam. 2,690,803, CI. 223—92. 
Adelson, David E., Berkeley, assignor to Shell Development 
Company, San Francisco, Calif. Halogenated cyclic 
ketones and their production. 2,667,512, Jan. 26. 
Adelt, Carl W. 2,680,402, CI. 98—07. 
Adkins, Harold E., Albuquerque, N. Mex. Hydraulic valve 

lifter. 2,065,670. Jan. 12. 
Adkins, Sterling. 2,680,966, CI. 73 — 66. 
Adlake Company, The, assignee : ;See — 

Hagerty, Andrew T. 
Adler, Erich, and E. K. Mauritz, assignors to Svenska 
Cellulosaforeningens Centrallaboratorium. 2,680,113, 
CI. 260 — 124. 
Adler, Fred, B. L. Ehlin, and E. Kameny, to Standard 

Motor Products, Inc. 2,697,774, CI. 219 — 12. 
Adler, Jack, St. Louis, Mo. Filing cabinet joint. 

2,673,782, Mar. 30. 
Adler, John B., assignor to Shwayder Brothers. 2,680,473, 

CI. 155—139. 
Adler, John B., assignor to Shwayder Brothers. 2,680,662, 

CI. 311—87. 
Adler, John B., Grosse lie, Mich., assignor to Shwayder 
Brothers, Denver. Colo. Convertible folding tray table 
and coffee table. 2,666,681, Jan. 19. 
Adler, John B., to Shwayder Brothers. 2,684,111, CI. 

■^55 139 

Adler, Paul,' New York, N. Y. Device for the indication of 

the fertility period of women. 2,665,062, Jan. 5. 
Adler, Robert, assignor to Zenith Radio Corporation. 

Re. 2.S.813. CI. 179—100.41. 
Adler, Robert, to Zenith Radio Corp. 2,681,994, CI. 

250—30. 
Adler. Robert, to Zenith Radio Corp. 2,681,995, CI. 

250—30. 
Adler. Robert, to Zenith Radio Corp. 2,684,404, CI. 

178—69.5. 
Adler. Robert, to Zenith Radio Corp. 2,687,494, CI. 

315— .-^O. 
Adler, Robert, to Zenith Radio Corp. 2,691,117, CI. 

313— SO. 
Adler, Robert, to Zenith Radio Corp. 2,691,697, CI. 

178— 7.. S 
Adler, Robert, to Zenith Radio Corp. 2,694,158, CI. 

313 — 09. 
Adler, Robert, and J. E. Bridges, assignors to Zenith Radio 

Corporation. 2,678.413, CI. 317-215. 
AdlofC, Jakob A., to General Motors Corp. 2,693,714, CI. 

74 — 484. 
Administration-Sequestre des Rochling'sche Eisen- u. 
Stahlwerk G. m. b. H. : See — 

Heiligenstaedt, Hans E. W. 2,687,879. 
Admiral Corp. : See — 

Battles. Stewart S., and Moos. 
Carlson, Reuben C. 2,682,411. 
Carlson, Reuben C. 2,082,412. 
Hoffmann. Elmer L., and Nelson. 
Morton, Evans T. 
Morton, Evans T. 2,679,944. 
Priestly, Frank P. 2,695.520. 
Vistain, James E., Jr. 2,695,786. 
Adolf, Raymond L. : See — 

Arenz, Donald, and Adolf. 2,677,254. 
Adophson, Evert W. : See — 

Andrews, Norman F., Slavens, and Adolphson. 
2,680,015. 
Adrian. John B. : See — 

Daniels. Harold V., and Adrian. 2,688,971. 
Adshead, Charles W., assignor to Setright Registers Lim- 
ited. 2,674,894, CI. 74 — 142. 
Advance Machine Company, assignee : See — 

Arones, Daniel A. 2,675,246. 
Advance Solvents & Chemical Corp. : See — 

Mack, Gerry P., and Savarese. 2,684,973. 
Advance Transformer Co. : See — 
Feinberg, Albert E. 2.682.014. 
Feinberg, Albert E. 2,683,243. 
Feinberg, Albert E., and Berger. 2,685.662. 
Feinberg, Albert E., and Berger. 2,685,663. 
Ady, Harmon C, assignor of 50% to M. P. Grim. 
2,677,925, CI. 55—82. 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



2,693,077. 
2,694,503. 



Aeckersberg, Gustav, Dusseldorf, and K. A. Nilgen, Dussel- 
dorf-Oberkassel. asBiRnors to Maschlnenfabrlk Hasen- 
clever A.-G.. Duesseldorf, Nordrhein-Westphalla Ger- 
many. Upsetting of electrically heated rods. 2,667,o58, 
Jan. 26. 
Aero Materiel AB, assignee : See — 

Polnsek, Karl. 2.678,414. 
Aero-Smith, Inc., assignee: See — 

Grodson, Anthony G. 
Aero Zipp Fasteners Ltd. : See — 
Backer, Joachim. 2,683,911. 
Aerocem Ltd. : See — 

Mollo, Eugene. Re. 23,908. 

Aerodiict. Inc.: See — ,.„ 

Como.v. Addison B., and Kimrael. 2,697,4o2. 
Aerofln Corp. : See — 

Stikeleather, Robert M. 2,696,882. 
Aerogen Co. Ltd., The : See — 

Dean. Percy W. 2,693,947. 
Aerojet-General Corp. : See — 
Gold, Marvin H. 2,680.131. 
Maisner, Herman. 2,690,964. 
Malina, Frank J., and Parsons. 
Young, Robert B., and Hawk. 
Aeromat Products Co., Inc. : See — 

Summerville, Donald V. 2,684,672. 
Aeroprojects Inc. : See — 

Chapman, Everett. 2,697,953. 
Aeroquip Corp. : See — 

Kaiser, Rudolf. 2,696.394. 
Kaiser, Rudolf. 2,687.314. 

Meverholtz, Kenneth H., and Pjoch. 2,676,-533. 
Zeeb, Stanley H. 2,687,903. 
Aerosol Corp. of America : See — 

Dautrebande. Lucien. 2,681,880. 
Aerovox Corp. : See — 

Pnlvari, Charles F. 2,689.283. 
Wagner, Dorr W. 2,688,177. 
Wagner, Dorr W. 2.695,443. 
Aeschlimann, Albert. 2,689,333. CI. 324— 60. 
Aeschlimann, John A., Montclair, and A. Stempel, River 
Edge, assignors to Hoffmann-La Roche Inc., Nutley, N. J. 
Heterocyclic antituberculous compounds. 2,665,279, 
Jan. 5. 
Aetna Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 

Krafft, Lewis E. 2,679,778. 
Aetna-Standard Engineering Co. 
Crotty, Jack E. 2,688,680. 
Rodder, William. 2,693,630. 
Rodder, William, and TJhrain. 
Snyder, Perry G. 2,697,506. 
Aeugle, Margaretta E. : See — 

La Lande. William A., Jr., 
2,696.509. 
Affholter, Herbert G. : See — 

Molinari, Vittorio. and Affholter. 
AfBliated Gas Equipment, Inc. : See — 

Cartter. William G. 2,682,867. 
Affleck, David C, to United States Steel 'Corp. 2,697,598, 



2,681.846. 



and 



, The : See- 



2.695,931. 



Molyneux, and Aeugle. 



2,692,279. 



CI. 266—32 
Affronte, Joseph 

2,666,997, Jan. 
Afzelius, Ivar A. 



Great Neck, N. Y. Arch support. 



M, 
26 

and H. O. Lindgren. assignors to Aktie- 
bolaget Separator. 2,678,936, CI. 260 — 425. 
Agate Corporation, assignee : See — 

Wells, Norman C. 
-4.gee. Howard H. : See — 

Martin, Emmet L.. and Agee. 
Agens, Maynard C. to General Electric Co. 2,682,507, 

CI. 252—37.2. 
Agfa Aktiensesellschaft fiir Photofabrikation : See — 

Berger, Heinz, and Weyde. 2.694,008. 
Agfa Camera-Werk Aktiengesellsch.Tft : See — 
Brendel, Theodor. 
Deeg. Karl, and Ka den. 2.693.74.'?. 
Aggarwal, Joti S., V. N. Sharma. and S. C. Gupta, to The 
Council of Scientific and Industrial Research. 2,685.593, 
CI. 260 — 418. 
Aghnides, Elie P., New York, N. Y. Aerator. 2,670,942, 

Mar. 2. 
Agins. George, to American Bosch Arma Co]p. 2,698.134, 

CI. 235—61. 
Agle, Charles K. 2,677.154, CI. 20—19. 
Agnew Georee E., to Republic Aviation Corp. 2.689,698. 

CI. 244 — 123. 
Agostini, Victor A. : See — 

Winters. James R., and Agostini. 2,692.069. 
Agre. Courtland L., to Minnesota Mining & Mfg. Co. 

2,682,512. CI. 260 — 2. 
Agrenoo Engineering & Mfg. Co. : See — 

Weiss. Herbert F., and P. W. and L. E. Carl. 
2,688,833. 
Agriculture, United States of America as represented by 
the Secretary of : See — 
Alexander, Kliem, and Schniepp. 2.676.972. 
Beal, Robert E., and Lancaster. 2,674,609. 
Beckel. Arthur C, and Belter. 
Bickoff, Emanuel M. 2.686.124. 
Campbell. Tod W., and Coppinger. 2,686,123. 
Clark, Frederick E., and Feustel. 

Gorman. Julian, Tsuclnya. and Koppsell. 2,676.905. 
Croston, Clarence B., Teeter, and Cowan, 
D'Aquin. Esler L., Pominski, Molaison, and Vix. 
2,687,155. 



Agriculture, United States of America as represented by 
the Secretary of : See — Continued. 

Davis, Martha E., and Jacobsen. 2,683,4o8. 

Feeney Robert B., Brown, and MacDonnell. 

Filachione, Edward M., Beebe, Harris, and Luvlsl. 
2,094,725. „ ^^ „ 

Frick, John G., Jr., and Weaver. 2,686,768. 

Frick, John G., Jr., and Weaver. 2,686,769. 

Gallup, Richard W.. and Tilly. 2,683,373. 

Graham, Robert P., Neel. and Fishman. 

Guthrie, John D.. Chance, and Hoffpauir. 

Hamalainen, Carl. 2.081.295. 

Hendel. Carl E., and Olcott. 2.681,285. 

Humfeld, Harry. 2.093.005. 

Koep.sell, Harold J., Kazenko, Jeanes, Sharpe, 
Wilham. 

Lundgren. Harold P.. Rose, and Jones. 

Markley, Klare S.. and Feuge. 2,686,796. 

McMillan, Oscar J.. Jr., and Guthrie. 2.095.833. 

Mehltretter, Charles L.. Mellies, and Rankin. 

Moyer, Andrew J. 2,674,561. „„ 

Pack, Frank C. Moore, and Bickford. 2,68o,597. 

Pettit, George A. 2.094.436. 

Port, William S.. O'Brien, and Swern. 

Porter, James C. and Roth. 2,675,788. 

Ratchford, William P. 

Ratchford, William P. 2,080,685. 

Reeves, Wilson A., and Guthrie. 

Rehberg, Chessie E. 2.676,941. 

Roberts, Robert L. 2.686,130. 

Rose, William G., and Balls. 2.676,906. 

Rose, William G., and Balls. 2,680.090. 

Shepherd, Allan D., McCready, and Owens. 

Skau, Bvald L. 2,684,377. 

Skau. Evald L. 2.684,378. „„o^,^- 

Tsuchiya, Henry M., and Koepsell. 2,686,14 1. 

Wall, Monroe E. „ „^^ „^^ 

Wall. Monroe E., and Krider. 2,686,752. 

Wolff. Ivan A., and Watson. 
Agruss Bernard, and F. B. Finan, assignors to National 

Lead' Company. 2.674,642, CI. 136—26. . 
Aguilar John G., and W. A. Cox, San Fr.incisco, Calif. 
Method and apparatus for stemming and for pitting 
cherries and the like. 2,667.196. Jan. 26. 
Aguilar A., Alfonso. 2,697,320, CI. 56—32. 
Aguirre Gonzalo, Jos« M., and J. C. Chacon. 2.677,867. 

CI. 2.5—122. 
Ahern. Jack A., executor, assignee : See — 

Wilson, Frank C. 2,680,287. 
Ahern. James B. 2.690.794. CI. IS.o- 198. 
Abler. George C, and H. Krull. assignors to G. C. Ahier, 
A. V. Champagnat, and J. P. M. Tirmont. 2,680,469. 

Ahlb'eck, Richard A., to John B. Pierce Foundation. 
2.684,812, CI. 237—63. 

Ahlberg Bearing Co. : See—- 

Nelson, Charles, Jr, 2.686,088. ^ ^ ., ^ „, , . 

Ahlberg. Jacob E., assignor to the United States of 
America as represented by the United States Atomic 
Energv Commission. 2.677.668. CI. 252- — 472. 

Ahlberg" Jacob E., assignor to the United States of 
America as represented by the United States Atomic 
Energv Commission. 2,677,669, CI. 252 — 472. 

Ahlberg, Jacob E., L. L. Baral, and T. O. Tongue, assignors 
to The Davison Chemical Corporation. 2.680,100, 
PI 052 451 

Ahlborn, Clarence E.. assienor to Jackson & Church Com- 
pany, Saginaw, Mich. Pulp press. 2,664,814. Jan. 5. 

Ahlbrecht. Arthur H. : See — 

Husted. Don.ald R.. and .\hlbrpcht 
Husted. Donald R., and Ahlbrecht. 2.681.3*0. 
Husted. Donald R., and Ahlbrecht. 2,691,043. 
4.hl#n Karl G., assignor, bv mesne assignments, to J. G. 
Marble L JI. Merrill, and P. H. Batten, trustees. 
2.670.497. CI. 74 — 732. 

Ahien, Karl G., to J. C. Marble. L. M. :Merrill. and P. H. 
Batten, trustees. 2,690.053. CI. 60—54. 

Ahl6n, Karl G., to J. C. Marble. L. M. Merrill, and P. H 
Batten, trustees. 2.690,054, CI. 60—54. 

Ahlgren. Axel W. : See— 

Borchers. Earl M.. and Ahlgron. 2.694.592 
.\hlmpyer. Heinz, and W. D._ Sherman, to Robert Gair "Lo., 

Ahl'strom! Edward F., to Chef-Way, Inc. 2,684,783, C\. 

221 — 258. 
\hmer Carl W., to Ancraft Products Co. 2,684,536. 

CI. 33—178. 
A.hnell Karl J.. Erie. Pa., assignor to General Electric 

Com'panv Pilling and measuring arrangement for liquid 

storage tanks. 2,671.408. Mar. 9. 
\hrel Per J I.. Sallinge. Sweden. Concentrating by 

freezing. 2,666,304, Jan. 19. 
\hrpns Hermann H. F.. to Daimler-Benz .\ktiengesell- 

Rchnft 2 696.155. CI. 9" — 10. 

Brooklyn, N. Y. Knitted fabric. 



Aibel. Fredric L.. 
2.667,775. Feb. 2. 

Aichele. Ernest O., 
Q\ 215 40 

Richer Louis "C, assignor to Allis-Chalmers Manufactur- 
ing Company. 2,675,519, CI. 323 — 43.5. 



60% to J. J. Mascuch. 2,684,774. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



Aideuland, Harry. 2,697,224 CI. 2 — 71. 
Aigner, Herbert, assignor to Hutter & Schrautz Aktienge- 
sellscliaft Siebwaren-uud Filztuch-Fabrlken. 2,679,368, 
CI. 245—7. 
Aigrain, Pierre R. R. : See — 

Van Mierlo, Stanislas, and Aigrain. 
Aikon, Tluunas .\1., I'ittsburgh, I'a. Camera shutter of the 

siiding type. 2.t>70,667, -Vtar. 2. 
AikuiaQ. Burton S.. assignor to Westinghouse Air Brake 

Company. 2,t>7r>,677, CI. 60 — 51. 
Aileen Mills Company, assignee : jSee — 

Ritiiile, Frank W. 
Aileo, Jackson A., to L. P. Frieder. 2,696.959, 01. 244 — 

142. 
Alnsworth. Geoffrey C, and C. G. Pope, to Burroughs 
Wellcome & Co. (U. S. A.) Inc. 2,695,261, CI. 195—96. 
Alnsworth, George O., assignor to Bendix Aviation Cor- 
poration, South Bend, Ind. Clutch control mechanism. 
2,667.9.^2. Feb. 2. 
Alnsworth. John R. : See — 

Slmms, Ernest H.. and Alnsworth. 
Alnsworth Manufacturing Corporation, assignee ; 

Thomson. Robert. 2,67S.3.'>8. 
Air Associates, Inc. : See — 
Griswold, Owen H. 
Husing, Albert J. 2,696,828. 
Kupiec, Harry P. 
Airborne Instruments Laboratories, Inc. : See — 
Schmltt, Otto H.. Barnes, Falls, and 
2,681,264. 
Airborne Instruments Laboratory. Inc. : See — 
Schmitt, Otto H., and Kasindorf. 2,682,607. 

See- 



See — 



Fromm. 



Aircraft-Marine Products Inc. : 

Berg, Quentin. 

Berg, Quentin. 2,688,133. 

Berg, Quentin. 2,694,808. 

Berg. Quentin. 2.694,809. 

Buchanan, Stephen N. 2,674,725. 

Carlson, Vernon E. 2,681.439. 

Cootes, Harold E. 2,690,562. 

Freedom, Thomas C. 2,693.218. 

Hoffman, Norman E. 2,685,076. 

Holtzapple, Clyde N. 2,684,004. 

Kerchner, Jay R., and Broske. 2,693,216. 

Klingler, Martin L. 2,684,003. 

Lazzery, Angelo G. 2,685,074. 

Macy, James C. Re. 23,869. 

Panles, Lemon B. 

Peterson. Kenneth E. 2,696,850. 

Pierce, Frank L. 2,680,235. 

Pierce, Frank L. 2,692,422. 

Pollock, Samuel W. 2.685.708. 

Pollock, Samuel W. 2,691,146. 

Pollock, S. Wilson. 2,692.384. 

Swengel, Robert C. 2,681,440. 

Vickery, John B. 

Vlckery, John R. 2,685.897. 

Watts, William S. 2,691,145. 

Watts, William S. 2,695,394. 
Air Force, United States of America as represented by 
the Secretary of the : See — 

Andrus. Rodney J. 2,686,400. 

Ayers, Edgar H. 2,694,406. 

Baker, James G. 2,685,238. 

Barnes. Richard W. 2,682,382. 

Braeuninger. Karl F. 2.681,734 

Brewer, James C. 2,683,369. 

Brewer, Walter B., Jr. 2,678,214. 

Bruckmann, Bruno W. 

De Padova, Pasquale A., and Condello. 2,680,433. 

Gabriel, Edwin Z. 2,685.492. 

Haggerty, Francis L. 2,683,011. 

Hirtreiter, Walter J. 2,697,343. 

Holzwrath. Hans T. 2.676.456. 

Jessen, Le Roy S. 2,679,689. 

Kamm, Wunibald I. E., Krautter, and Staiger. 
2,684,712. 

Larkin, George R. 2,697.349. 

McDowell, Charles W. 2,683,368. 

Murdock. Thomas B. 2.694,457. 

Neugebauer, Franz J., and Berkner. 2,687,124 

Orthuber, Richard K. 2,681,380. 

Orthuber, Richard K. 2.682.010, 

Orthuber, Richard K., Clemens, and Johnstone. 

Robinson, Edward L. 

Satinoff, David. 

Seeler, Henry. 

Smith, Caldwell P. 2,680,228. 

Smith, Caldwell P. 2,691,137. 

Smith, Milton D., and Brewer. 2,695,045. 

Stephenson. John G. 2.678.395. 

Walters, Nlal F. 2,683,930. 

Weeks, Ivan F. 2,696,076. 
Airkem, Inc. : .See — 

Turner, William D.. and Rasko. 2,691.615. 
Air Mass, Inc. : See — 

Rand, Henry J. 2,690,295. 
Air-Maze Corporation, assignee : See — 

Brixlus, Jacob K., and Savitz. 2,675,091. 

Walton, George M. 2,679,320. 
Alrmed Limited, assignee : See — 

Cox, Lawrence A. 2,674,999. 



Air-Mlte Devices, Inc. : See — 

Strelcker, Seymour F., Ores, and 'Skldmore. 
2,698,064. 

Strelcker, Seymour F., Oros, and Skldmore. 
2,698,065. 
Alr-0 Fan Products Corp. : See — 

Wright, David P., and Fish. 2,692,454. 
-lir-O-Matic Power Steer Corp. : See — 

Wichmann, George F., and Gray. 2,698,006. 
Air Preheater Corp, The : See — 

Flurschutz. Glenn E. 

Fluischutz, Glenn E. 2,692,760. 

Hammond, William E. 2,684,230. 

Hammond, William E., and Ballard. 

Hammond, William B., and Lidford. 2,674,442. 

Hammond, William B., Lidford, and Ballard. 

Holm, Sven. 2,692,763. 

Holm, Sven, and Jensen. 

Jensen. .Vrthur. 2,697,588. 

Karlsson, Per H. 2,680,008. 

Klemperer, Hans. 

Lundstrom, Ernest A. 

Vickland, John C. 2,684,425. 

Waitkus. Joseph. 2,692,761. 
.\ir Products, Inc. : See — 

Anderson. Carl R. 

Schilling, Clarence J. 

Schilling, Clarence J. 2,688.238. 

Schilling, Clarence J. 2,697,922. 
Air Reduction Co., Inc. : See — 

Anderson, Nelson E. 

Anderson, Nelson E. 2,681,401. 

.\nderson. Nelson E. 2,695,148. 

Balcar, Frederick R., and Smith. 2,674,581. 

Begerow John H. W. 

Clinton, Edward J., Jr. 

Crego, Francis T.. and Fisher. 

Fullwood, Edward F. 2,692,114. 

Gilroy, John. 

Gilroy. John. 2,693,178. 

Greene, William .T. 2.6.S9.332. 

Hulme. Philip M. 2,692,196. 

Lamb, Robert H. 

Muller, Albert. 2,681.402. 

Muller, Albert. 2.694,763. 

Muller. Albert. 2,694.764. 

Robinson, Harold. 2,697,771. 

Robinson, Harry H.. Jr. 2,685,921. 

Schlitt, Joseph L. 2,685,180. 

Schlitt, Joseph L. 2,685.181. 

Spradling, Joseph W., and Engler. 

Steele, Richard B. 

Wilkinson, Walter. 2,682,154. 
.\irtex Products Inc., assignee : See — 

Douglas, Forest. 
Airtron, Inc. : See — 

Anderson, John W., and Hamilton. 2,677,811. 

Anderson, Tore N. 2,676..307. 

Carr, Robert S. 2,675,773. 

Carr, Robert S. 2,686,487. 

Carr, Robert S. 2,696,834. 

Carr, Robert S., and Anderson. 2,698,353. 

Hamilton, Jean W. 2.675,832. 
Air- Way Electric Appliance Corp. : See — 

Dow. Dewey M. 2.675,575. 

Dow, Dewey M. 2,682,074. 

Minerley. Frederick K. 2.693.000. 
Aitchison. Robert B., and G. H. Smith, to Union Carbide 

and Carbon Corp. 2,694,550. CI. 255—1.8. 
Aitken, William H. : See — 

Hartman, Robert B., and Aitken. 
A1ax-Consolidated Co. : See — 

Bretz, Frank E.. Jr. 

Emery, Neville R. 2,687,655. 
Ajax Electrothermic Corporation, assignee : See — 

Kennedy. Theodore R.. and Keller. 2,676,235. 
Ajas Engineering Corporation, assignee : See — 

Tama. Mario. 2,674.640. 
Ajax Flexible Coupling Co., Inc., assignee : See — 

Brumagin, Thomas H. 2.678,720. 

Cady, Robert G. 2,674,381. 
-\jax Mfg. Co., The : See — 

Ware. Ben F. 2.689.360. 
Ajax Trucks Limited, assignee : See — 

Williams, John B. 
Ajello, Ralph A., Mamaroneck, N. Y. Candle. 2,671,330, 
Mar. 9. 

Ajero. Fortunato S. : See — 

Juzwiak, Edmond A., and Ajero. 2,678,145. 

Ajero. Fortunato S., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Avco Manufacturing Corporation. New 
York, N. Y. iSpreader and seeder apparatus. 
2,670,880, Mar. 2. 

Ajero, Fortunato S., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Avco Manufacturing Corporation. New 
York, N. Y. Spreader and seeder apparatus. 2,670,883, 
Mar. 2. 

Shirt protector. 2,673,015, 



Akers. Victor, Albany, Calif. 

Mar. 23. 
.ikev, Robert R., assignor to Joseph Behr & 

Rbckford, 111. Cold header. 2,664,579, Jan. 
.ikkerman, Antony M. : See — 

Veldstra, Haaye, and Akkerman. 



Sons, 
5. 



Inc., 



8 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Aklin. George H., to Eastman Kodak Co. 2,082,198, CI. 

88—57. 
Akrc, Arthur L., Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 

Vane propellers. 2,669,309. Feb. 16. 
Akron Standard Mold Co., The : Hee — 

Bostwlck, Henry C. 

Katon. (ierald. 2.692,040. 
Akroyd, Harold, assignor to Oldham and Son Limited, 
Denton, near Manchester, England. Portable fluorescent 
lamp. 2,608,229, Feb. 2. 
Akshum Mfg. Co. : See — 

Albright, Edward J. 2,083,357. 
Aktiebolaget A. Ekstioins Maskinaffar : iSec — 

Broman, Bror O. 

Sundelin, Arne. 2,694,531. 
Aktiebolaget Amerika-Matts : See — 

I-'ischl, Perenc. 2,681,056. 

Ohlsson, Waldemar C. 2,685,248. 
Aktiebolaget Atlas Diesel : See — ■ 

Camner, Hilding G. 2,082,802. 

Falkman, Hans II,. and Olsson. 2,081,669. 

KarI6n, Nial T. 2,074,229. 

Larcfin, .Tan A. 2,094,383. 
Aktiebolaget B. A. Hjorth & Co. : See — 

Wahlborg, Karl J. 2,682,826. 
Aktiebolaget Bof ors : See — 

Andersson, Karl N. 2,697,190. 

Blomqvist, Ike H. P., and Tornquist. 2,694,794. 

Hjelm, Karl E. W. 2,674.946. 

Lindblad, Lars A. 2,690,529. 

Lindblad. Lars A. 2,694.797. 

Nordfors, Kurt M. 2,684,570. 

Nordfors, Kurt M. 2,684,629. 
Aktiebolaget Bolinder-Munktell : See — 

Evrell, Kaleb E. 2,687,117. 
Akti«»bolaget Broderna Ekbergs Platslagerifabrik, 
assignee : See — 

Bkberg, Gunnar J. H. 2,674,294. 
Aktiebolaget Celloplast, assignee : See — 

Lindquist. Curt A. J. 
Aktiebolaget Dentatus : See — 

Bjorklund, Gustaf E., and Lindblom. 2,690,081. 

.^.ktiebolaget Duba, assignee : See — 

Larsen, Pridthiof O. V. 2,675,961. 
Aktiebolaget Elektrolux : See — 

Backstrom, Sigurd M. 

Backstrom, Sigurd M. 2,690,058. 

Backstrom, Sigurd M. 2,690,059. 

Bilde, Tord E. D. 2,687,029. 

Bilde, Tord E. D., Hjelm, and Hultberg. 2,676,088. 

Fagerberg, Sven G., and Warmon. 

Faith-Ell, Lars J., and Hansson. 

Forsberg, Axel A. 2,696,894. 

Karlstrbm, John F. R. 

Kogel. Wilhelm G. 

Kogel, Wilhelm G. 2,687,022. 

Kogel, Wilhelm G. 2.693.090. 

TJUstrand Hugo M. 2,682,156. 

Warmon, Nils M. 
Aktiebolaget Enkopings Verkstader : See — 

Gustavsson, Karl A. G. 2,083,938. 
Aktiebolaget Ferrosan : .See — • 

Hahn, Ladislaus A., and Fekete. 2,675,406. 

Hahn, Ladislaus A., and Fekete. 2,682,557. 

Hahn, Ladislaus A., and Fekete. 2,688,036. 

Aktiebolaget Gotaverken : See — 

Aarvold, Reinhardt O. 

Johansson, Johan B. 2,684,737. 
Aktiebolaget Gustavsbergs Fabriker : See — 

Rydberg, John A. 2^97,593. 
Aktiebolaget Johnson & Borsell : See — 

Elminger, Karl W. 2,097,899. 
Aktiebolaget Kamyr : See — 

Richter, Johan C. F. C. 2,695,232. 

Skretting. Arne. 2,688,416. 
Aktiebolaget Kontrollinstrument, assignee : Sec — 

Hysing, Erik G. 
Aktiebolaget Original-Odhner : See — 

Uddgren, Albert E. 2,692,036. 
Aktiebolaget Pharmacia, assignee : See — 

Wangel, Jorgen A. 2,674,614. 
Aktiebolaget Result, assignee : See — 

Svensson, Lars E. 

Aktiebolaget Separator, assignee : See — 

Afzelius, Ivar A., and Lindgren. 2,678,930. 

Borck, Alfred G. 

Erling, Sven J. 

Hoflfmann, Walter. 2.690,764. 

Hytte, Robert P. L. 2,687,876. 

Lindgren, Hans O. 

Palmqvist. Fredrik T. 2,094,082. 

Schott, Walter, Meichert, Gerhardt, and Hoer. 

2,677.942. 
StaafE, Per H. 
Zachariass€n, Stig H. B. 2,090.900. 

Aktiebolaget Separator-Nobel, assignee : See — 

Palmqvist. Fredrik T. E. 
Aktiebolaget Svenska Flaktfabriken, assignee : See — 

Wallin, Sven W., and de Frumerie. 2,074,178. 
Aktiebolaget Volvo, assignee : See — 

Fagerholt, Carl G. 



Aktlengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cle : See — 

Chiai)pallnl, Kuggero. 2,675,052. 

(iaiulen/.i, Arthur, and Giger. 2,697,070. 

Jaggi, Walter. 

Keller, Robert. 2,082,630. 

Kern. Kiwin. 2,077,0«9. 

Ruetsehi, Karl. 2,694,762. 

WlderiJe, Rolf. 2,075,470. 

Wideroe, Rolf. 2,683,216. 

Widoroe, Rolf. 2,698,384. 
Aktlengesellschaft fUr Bergbau- und Hiittenbedarf. as- 
signee : See — 

Heins, Werner. 
Aktlengesellschaft Oederlin & Cie : See— - 

Schiitz, Edwin. 2,690,647. 
Aladdin Heating Corporation, assignee : See — 

Marr, Jack M. 
Aladdin Industries, Inc. : See — • 

Bramming, Carl. 

Bramming, Carl. 2,092.703. 

Dp Tar. Donuld R. 2.091,707. 
Aladdin Industries Ltd. : See — 

Imber, Alfred G. 2,080,964. 
Alban, Clarence P., Pontiac, and W. C. Hill, as.siguors to 
W. M. Chace Company, Detroit, Mich. Thermostatic 
valve. 2,673,687. Mar. 30. 
Albano. John A. 2.689.302, CI. 250—33.03. 
Albaugh, Frederick W., to Union Oil Co. of California. 

2,685,930, CI. 160—39. 
Albee, Arthur C. : See — 

Pettus, James L., and Albee. 2,687,883. 
Alber, Frieda, New York, N. Y. Skate and shoe bag. 

2,072,203, Mar. 10. 
Alberi^ Joseph T. : See— 

Wheatley, William B., and Alberi. 2,682.537. 

Alberico, Domenic A. 2,684,005, CI. 84 — 376. 

Albers-Schoenberg, Ernst, Metuchen, assignor to Steatite 

Research Corporation, Keasbey, N. J. Magnesium-zine 

ceramic ferrite containing copper. 2,670.331, Feb. 23. 

Albersheim, Walter J., to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. 

2,686,256, CI. 250 — 6. 
Alberstein, Harr.v W. : See — 

Perkins. Judson W., and Alberstein. 2,679,059. 
Albert. Emilia T. : See — 

Albert. John F. 2,093,332. 
Albert, Hans : See — 

Seidenfaden, Wilhelm, and Albert. 
Albert, Harry E. : See — 

Hensley, William A., and Albert. 2.686,162. 
Albert, Harry E., to The Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. 

2,080,167, CI. 260—29.7. 
Albert, Harry B., to The Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. 

2.690.435, CI. 260—29.7. 

Albert, Harry E., to The Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. 

2.090.436, CI. 260 — 45.75. 

Albert. James A. 2,691.280. CI. 62—117.85. 

Albert, .John F., to E. T. Albert. 2,693,3.32. CI. 248 — 12. 

Albert, Samuel : See^ 

Leblond, Charles P., and Albert. 2,684,051. 
Albert, William W. : See — 

Strohlein, Elmer M., and Albert. 2,678,344. 
Alberts, Arthur S. : See — 

Alberts, Sydney S. and A. S. 2,676,767. 
Alberts, Jacob L. 2.079.048. CI. 2 — 42. 

Alberts, Jacob L., Tonkers, L. N. Alberts. New York, and 
S. S. Alberts, Yonkers, assignors to Charma Brassiere 
Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Maternity garment. 
2,668,292, Feb. 9. 
Alberts. Leon N. : See — 

Alberts, Jacob L.. L. N., and S. S. 
Alberts, Sydney S. : See — 

Alberts, Jacob L., L. N., and S. S. 
Alberts, Sydney S. and A. S. 2,076,767. CI. 242 — 77. 
Albertson, William C, Jr. : See — 

Schweitzer, Howard V., and Albertson. 
Albin. Orval A., i/. to W. R. Oakley. 2,689.050. Cl. 

211— 12S. 
Albisetti, Charles J. : See^ 

Nichols, Gordon M., and Albisetti. 2,677,676. 
Albisetti, Charles J., Jr., Elsmere. and M. J. Hogsed, 
assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Esters of unsaturated phosphonic 
acids. 2,071,100, Mar. 2. 
Albrecht, Edwin W. : See — 

Thomas, John A., and Albrecht. 2,697.024. 
Albrecht, Karl, Maplewood, N. J., assignor to Forstner 

Chain Corporation. Cuff link. 2,065,465, Jan. 12. 
Albrecht, Kurt, Pleasant Hills Borough, assignor to Hall 
Laboratories, Inc.. Pittsburgh, Pa. Electronic con- 
ductivity meter. 2,060,104, Jan. 12. 
.\lbright, Clayton M.. Jr., and L. G. Glasser, to E. I. du 

Pont de Nemours & Co. 2.094.335. Cl. 88—14. 
Albright, Edward J., to Akshun Mfg. Co. 2,083,357, 

Cl. 02—107. 
Albright, James E., Haddon Township, Camden Count?, 
N. J., assignor to Radio Corporation of America. Color- 
selective optical system. 2,072,502, Mar. 16. 
Albrighton. Reginald F. : See — 

Coley, Nelson B.. and Albrighton. 2,678.437. 
Albrighton, Reginald F., assignor to General Railway 

Signal Company. 2,679,034, Cl. 340 — 163. 
Albrook, Raymond L. : See — ■ 

Dana, Homer J., and Albrook. 2,677,651. 



LIST OP PATENTEES 



E. Alburtis, and 
CI. 310— S3. 
General Aniline & 

Built-up step con- 



Alburtis. Carl E. : See — 

Alburtis. Lawrence E. 2.691.740. 

Alburtis, Clarence L. : See— 

Alburtis. Lawrence E. 2.091.7-10. 

Alburtis, Lawrence E., 33%% to C. 
33%% to C. L. Alburtis. 2 (U91.740. 

Albus. Charles P.. and K. E. Field, to 
Film Corp. 2,(!S9,7i)9. CI. 106— ISO. 

Alcini, William J.. Koyal Oalj, Mich, 
struction. 2,672,045, Mar. 16. 

Alcocli. John F., Leeds, England. Means for effecting 
gear-chanj,'e operations in variable speed power trans- 
mission mechanisms. 2,66.'), "SO. Jan. 12. 

Alcock, John F., North Lancing, assignor to Power Jets 
(Research and Development) Limited, London, England. 
Air turbine power plant having rotary regenerator to 
transfer heat from an afterburner to the motive fluid. 
2,667,034, Jan. 26. 

Alcocls, John P., North Lancing, assignor to Ricardo & Co., 
Engineers, (1927) Limited, London, England. Appa- 
ratus for assisting starting of internal-combustion en- 
gines. 2,671.438. Mar. 9. 

Alcocli, John F.. to G. Jendrassilc. deceased (A. G. T. 
Baszormenyi and C. Jendrassili, executors). 2,687,843, 
CI. 230—69. 

Alcock, Norman Z. : See — 

Brunton, Donald C, and Alcock. 2,675,478. 
Leighton, Geoffrey J., Maskell, and Alcock. 2,675,483. 
Stewart, Peter J., and Alcock. 2,675,479. 

Alcort, Inc., assignee : See — 

Bryan, Alexander, and Heyniger. 2,675,775. 

Alden. Milton, Wellesley, Mass. Fuse holder. 2,673,910, 
Mar. 30. 

Alden, Milton. 2.676.310, CI. 339 — 193. 

Alden Products Co. : See — 

Frlcks, Richard E. 2,686.832. 

Alderfer. Sterling W. 2,674,486, CI. 296 — 44. 

Alderfer, Sterling W., to Knapp-Monarch Co. 2,693,291, 
CI. 220—3. 

Alderman, Leon D., Magnolia, and R. E. Hobbs, Jr., Salem, 
Mass., assignors to United Shoe Machinery C;orporation, 
Flemington. N. J. Shoe bottom heater. 2,672,545, 
Mar. 16. 

Alderman, William N., Chicago, 111. Library cubicle or 
carrell. 2.673,132, Mar. 23. 

Alderson, Ernest A., Pico, and W. L. Adair, Puente, Calif. 
Boat anchor hoist. Re. 23,791. Mar. 2. 

Alderson, Ross C, and H. D. Bckhardt. to Minneapolis- 
Honeywell Regulator Co. 2.683,004, CI. 244 — 77. 

Alderson, Samuel W. 2,678,709, CI. 192 — 18. 

Alderson, Samuel W. 2,679.649, CI. 3 — 1.1. 

Alderson, Samuel W. 2,686,319, CI. 3-12.1. 

Aldred. Fred C, and G. B. Turner, to Courtaulds Ltd. 
2,683,090. CI. 92 — 11. 

Aldrich, Etro P. : See — 

Stewart, Charles L., and Aldrich. 

Aldrich, John W., Woodbury, assignor to Derby Sealers, 
Incorporated, Derby, Conn. Measuring and dispensing 
mechanism for tacky tape. 2,671,271. Mar. 9. 

Aldrich. Leo S. : See — 

Wiegman. Clarence H., King, Carpenter, and Aldrich. 
2,678,037. 

Aldrich Pump Company, The. assignee : See — 
Gibbs. Lloyd T. 

Aldrldge, Kenneth G., assignor to Johnson, Matthey & 
Company Limited, London, England. Transfer applying 
device for glass, ceramic, and other ware. 2,669,796, 
Feb. 23. 

Alert Development Corp. : See — 
Van Tassel. James. 2,692,161. 

Alertronic Corporation, assignee : See — 
Bagno, Samuel JI. Re. 23,820. 

Alex. Ralph P., Fairfield, assignor to United Aircraft Cor- 
poration. East Hartford, Conn. Helicopter rotor head 
assembly. 2,672,940, Mar. 23. 

itlexander, Bettye, assignee : See — 
Fletcher, Russell H. 

Alexander, Carl J. : See — 

Bowers, Raymond W., and Alexander. 

Alexander, Carl Z., Madison, N. J. Steam boiler. 
2,664,861, Jan. 5. 

Alexander, Cruzan, and T. H. Whaley, to Phillips Petro- 
leum Co. 2,684,290, CI. 23 — 314 

Alexander, Donald B. : See- — 

Barrett. Edward L. 2,684,396. 

Alexander, Donald B.. trustee : See — 
Barrett. Edward L. 2.692,745. 

Alexander, Emmett L., to G. E. Failing Co. 2.690,935, 
CI. 308—8.2. 

Alexander. George H.. Machinery Ltd. : See — 
Ball, Edgar D. 2.683,934. 

Alexander, Guy B., and R. K. Her, assignors to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company. 2.679,463. Cl. 106 — 306. 

Alexander, Henry S., assignor to Keystone View Company. 
2.674.153. Cl. 88—20. 

Alexander, James C. 2,683,443, Cl. 123 — 11.25. 

Alexander, Kenneth A., Forest Hills. Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company. Compressed air supply 
system. 2,666,568, Jan. 19. 

Alexander, Kliem. and L. E. Schniepp, assignors to the 
United States of America as represented bv the Secre- 
tary of Agriculture. 2.676,972. Cl. 260 — 347.8. 

284920— P 2 



Alexander, Paul, to Alexander Vacuum Research, Inc. 
2,693,521, Cl. 201 — 63. 

Alexander, Peter P., assignor to Metal Hydrides Incorpo- 
rated. 2,674,542. Cl. 117—22. 

Alexander, Thomas E., Houston, Tex. Apparatus for 
cementing wells. 2,667,926, Feb. 2. 

Alexander Vacuum Research, Inc. : See — 
Alexander, Paul. 2,693,521. 

Alexander, William R., O. E. Williams. H. U. Dawson, and 
H. K. Bentz, (Jolumbus. Ohio, assignors, by mesne assign- 
ments, to L. L. Mack, Stamford, Conn. Machine for the 
correction of posture and normalization of weight. 
2,666,429, Jan. 19. 

Alexanderson, Howard A., to Bendix Aviation Corp. 
2,684,818, Cl. 244 — 134. 

Alexanderson, Howard A., and R. Z. Hague, assignors to 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 2,678,639, Cl. 123 — 25. 

Alexanderson, Howard A., and R. Z. Hague, assignors to 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. 2,678,642, Cl. 123—103. 

Alexy, Matthew R., to Radio Corp. of America. 2,688,882, 
Cl. 74 — 414. 

Alf, Fritz : See — 

Seulen, Gerhard, and Alf. 

Alford, Andrew. 2.0S2.0.")0. Cl. 343—107. 

Alford, Andrew. 2,692,335, Cl. 250—33. 

Alford, Harvey E. : See — 

Bartleson. John D., and Alford. 2,691,002. 

Hughes, Everett C, Alford, and Bartleson. 2,695,271. 

Alford, Joseph S., to General Electric Co. 2,694,289, Cl. 
60 — 35.6. 

Alford, Wavne A., to Hathaway Instrument Co. 2,687,337, 
Cl. 346—107. 

Alfred Herbert Ltd. : See — 

Lloyd, Arthur H., and Smith. 2,683,607. 

Alfred, Lawrence W. : See — 

Merrill. Marcellus S., and Alfred. 2,692,002. 

Alger, Martin J., Jr., to The New York Air Brake Co. 
2,694,997, Cl. 116 — 106. 

Alginate Industries Ltd. : See — 

McDowell, Richard H. 2,686,127. 

Algino. Joseph M. : See — 

Nelson, James A., Algino, and Webber. 2,682,922. 

Alink, Roelof J. H. : See — 

Vermeulen, Roelof. Alink, and Bos. 2,681.802. 

Alix Elmer C, Charlton City, and H. A. Wilson, South 
Spencer, Mass. Filling thread gripping and cutting 
device. 2,672,165. Mar. 16. 

Alix, Elmer C, and H. A. Wilson. 2.696,844, Cl. 139—264. 

Alizon, Etienne, La Celle Saint-Cloud, France. Selector 
switch for telephonic or other commutation systems. 
2,666,811, Jan. 19. 

Alizon, Etienne G., La Celle-Saint-Cloud, Prance 
ing system. 2,666,810, Jan. 19. 

Alkaline Batteries, Limited, assignee : See — 
Field. Braham R. 

Alkan, Robert, assignor to Soci6t4 Frangaise 
ments pour la Navigation A^rienne S. P. 
2,676,408, Cl. 33 — 1. 

All American Engineering Co. : See — 

Cotton, Robert B.. and Doolittle. 2,692,120. 
Doolittle, Donald B. 2,692,099. 
Doolittle, Donald B., and Janney. 
Pierce, Edwin B. 2,692,096. 

Allan, George W. 2,693,909. Cl. 235—61.12. 

Allan, George W. C, W. E. Dale, G. A. Sparham, and R. L. 
Brown, to C. U. R. A. Patents Ltd. 2.696,019, Cl. 18—1. 

Allan, Hugh, to Rotary Lift Co. 2,695,711, Cl. 210—166. 

Allan, John, and E. B. Thomas, Spondon, near Derby, 
England, assignors to British Celanese Limited. Pro- 
duction of fibrous webs. 2,670,316, Feb. 23. 

Allander. Claes G.. and S. W. Wallin. assignors to A. B. 
Svenska Flakfabriken. 2,678,237, Cl. 302 — 31. 

Allander, aaes V., to Amanda Christensen AB. 2,690,146. 
Cl. 112 — 170. 

Allanson Armature Manufacturing Company, Limited, 
assignee : See — 
Stewart. Henry R. 

Allard, Christian H. J.-M. 2.677,740. Cl. 200—150. 

Allard Pierre J.-M. T.. Eaubonne, France. Automatic 
grab-bucket. 2,668,377, Feb. 9. 

Allard, William. 2,675,714. Cl. 74 — 491. 

Allardt. Ernst W.. Alliance, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Babcock & Wilcox Company, Jersey 
City, N. J. Rotary seam welding transformer. 
2.666,121, Jan. 12. 

Allardt, Ernst W., Alliance, Ohio, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to The Babcock & Wilcox Company. Jersey 
City, N. J. Post heating of electrically welded tubes in 
line of production. 2,673,276, Mar. 23. 

AUberrv, Edward C, and S. W. Hawkins, to Imperial 
Chemical Industries Ltd. 2.687,358, Cl. 106 — 287. 

Allbert, Eugene F., and W. T. Hunt, Jr.. assignors to West- 
inghouse Electric Corporation. 2,677,082. Cl. 318 — 63. 

Allbright-Nell Co., The : See — 

Allbright, Norman J. 

Allbright, Norman J. 2,696,442. 

Allbright, Norman J. 2,696,443. 

Crawford, Louis L. 

Harrington, Bertie S. 2,674,179. 

Illslev, Ralph W. 
Allbright Norman J., assignor to The Allbright-Nell Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Container. 2,665,630, Jan. 12. 



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INDEX OF I'ATENTS, 1954 



2.001.578. 



2,695,229. 
2,677,710. 



to United 
Propeller 
2,667,229, 



Allbrlglit, Norman J., to The Allbrlglit-Nell Co. 2,696,442, 

CI. 99—187. 
Allbrlglit, Norman J., to The Allbright-Nell Co. 2,696,443, 

CI. 99—187. 
AUeglieny Ludlum Steel Corp. : See — 
Brwler, Walter U. 2,690,4.50. 
CarKill, Alexander B. 2.686.211. 
IlankB, Arthur H. 2,679,680. 
Henke, Robert H. 2,684,298. 
Herres, Schuyler A. 
Herres, Schuyler A. 2,697,126. 
Herres. Schuyler A., and Hedden. 
Klaybor, Leonard V. 
iAIcHenry. Ernest C. 2.07G..599. 
Paine, Howard A. 2,086,826. 
Sheetz, Llo.vd B. 2,678,208. 
Sheridan, Claude M., and Benzer. 
Southern, Raymond L. 2,686,825. 
Southern, Raymond L., and Taylor 
AUenian, Carl E., Cactus, Tex., assignor to Phillips I'e 
troleum Company. Method and apparatus for convert- 
ing and quenching hydrocarbons. 2,67.3.786, Mar. 30. 
AUemann, Ernst, E. Fritschi, and H. Leu, assignors to 

Schweizerische Isola-Werke. 2,674,007, CI. 18 — 13. 
Allen, Abbott W., assignor to Schering Corporation. 

2,677,645, CI. 167—95. 
Allen, Alaric, to A. C. Cossor Ltd. 2,691,161, CI. 34.3—6. 
Allen, Arthur F., assignor to Safway Steel Products, Inc.. 

Milwaukee, Wis. Safety device. 2,671,638, Mar. 9 
Allen, Arthur N., Jr., Wethersfield, assignor 
Aircraft Corporation, East Hartford, Conn, 
construction having integral hub reservoir. 
Jan. 26. 
Allen-Bradley Co. : See — 

Dawe, Albert J., Matthias, and De Smidt. 
Lawrence. Leland E. 2,692,314. 
Perkins, Laurence M. 2,688,058. 
Allen. Charles F. : See — 

Fern, Kenneth A., and Allen. 
Allen, Charles F. H., and C. V. Wilson, to Eastman Kodak 

Co. 2,694,716, CI. 260 — 304. 
Allen. Charles P. H., and J. R. Byers, Jr.. Rochester, N. Y., 
and R. H. Sprague, Portland, Conn., assignors to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Azopyridine 
compounds as fog inhibitors for photographic emulsions. 
2,673,1.52. Mar. 23. 
Allen, Charles F. H., and J. R. Byers, Jr., to Eastman 

Kodak Co. 2,692,269, CI. 260 — 340.5. 
Allen. Chester S.. Warren. Pa. Plastic spout for liquid 

containers. 2,670,885, Mar. 2. 
Allen. Clyde H., and L. G. McKav. 2,677,830, Cl. 4 — 214. 
Allen, Eddie. 2.676,865, Cl. 312—308. 
Allen, Edwin L., Cleveland Heights, assignor, by 
assignments, to R. I. Schonitzer. Cleveland, Ohio, 
control mechanism. 2,665,156. Jan. 5. 
Allen. Edwin L.. Cleveland Heights, assignor, by 
assignments, to R. I. Schonitzer. Cleveland, Ohio, 
control mechanism. 2,665,159. Jan. 5. 
Allen. Edwin L.. to R. I. Schonitzer. 2,683,050 
292—216. 

Allen, Edwin L., Cleveland Heights, and R. I. Schonitzer. 

Shaker Heights, Ohio, assignor, by mesne assignments. 

to said Schonitzer. Door control mechanism. 

2.605.934, .Tan. 12. 
-Allen. Francis W. B., to Johns-Manville Corp. 2.695.706. 

Cl. 206 — 82. 
Allen, Frank B.. to C-O-Two Fire Equipment Co. 

2,682,356. Cl. 222—396. 
Allen, Frank B., to C-O-Two Fire Equipment Co. 

2,684,180, Cl. 222—5. 
Allen, Frank B., Towaco. and N. H. Siebens, East Orange. 

assignors to C-O-Two Fire Equipment Company, Newark, 

N. J. Powder fire extinguisher. 2,667,225, Jan. 26. 
Allen. George W. : See — 

Leslie. John H. II. and Allen. 2,691.413. 
Strathearn. Donald M., and Allen. 2.680,448. 
Allen, George W. 2,685.097, Cl. 1.5 — 104.3. 
Allen & Hanburys I^imited, assignee : See — 

Campbell, Norman R., Fitzgerald, and Collier. 
Allen, Harold P., to the United States of America as 

represented by the Secretary of the Navy. 2,681,008, 

Cl. 102 — 70.2. 
Allen, Harold P., to the United States of America as rep- 
resented by the Secretary of the Navy. 2,682,047, CI. 

.343—7. 
Allen, Herbert, to Cameron Iron Works, Inc. 2,683,046, 

Cl. 28.5—22. 
Allen. Herbert, to Cameron Iron Works, Inc. 2,683,047, 

Cl. 28.5—22. 
Allen, Herbert, to Cameron Iron Works, Inc. 2,684,596. 

Cl. 74 — 22. 
Allen, Herbert, to Cameron Iron Works, Inc. 2,690,344, 

Cl. 285—22. 
Allen. Herman C. : See — 

Russell, William W., and Allen. 2,689.194. 
Allen, Howard G., and R. A. Dick, to General Riveters, 

Inc. 2,689,589, Cl. 144—32. 
.\llen. James G., Ublv, Mich. Door holder and buffer. 

2,664,590, Jan. 5. 
Allen, John M. : See — 

Newby, Thomas H.. and Allen. 2,692.281. 
Allen, John M., Toronto, Ontario, Canada, assignor to 

Scott & Williams, Incorporated, Laconia. N. H. Circular 

knit stocking and making same. 2,667,774, Feb. 2. 



mesne 
Door 

mesne 
Door 

Cl. 



Construction Corp. 
Construction Corp. 
Golf ball cleaner. 



.VUen, Joseph C, assignor to The Texas Company. 

2,670.092, Cl. 2.3—216. 
.\llen, Kenneth L. : See — 

Millard, Lee P., and Allen. 2,682,948. 
Allen, Lawrence P. 2,075,180, Cl. 238 — 299. 
Allen, Lloyd, Jr. 2,678,4.o], Cl. 4—57. 
.Mien, Louis N., Jr.. to Chemical 

2.088.854. Cl. 02-123. 
-Mien, Louis N., Jr., to Chemical 

2,091,570. Cl. 23—117. 
Allen, Louis S., Alexandria, Va. 

2,672,033, Mar. 23. 
Allen. Louis S., Alexandria, Va. Portable golf ball cleaner. 

2,072,637, Mar. 23. 
Allen, Lyman H., Jr., assignor to Celanese Corporation 

of America. 2,678,600. Cl. 100—93. 
Allen. Malcolm C, and D. G. Magill. to American Can Co. 

2,690.288, Cl. 229 — 51. 
Allen, Marvin K., Houston, Tex., and R. C. Ulm. Scherer- 

ville. assignors to Graver Tank & Mfg. Co., Inc.. East 

Chicago, Ind. Floating roof. 2,669,372, Feb. 10. 
Allen, Morris S. : See — 

Jones, Leslie D.. and Allen. 2,678.374. 
Allen, Paul M. 2,698,424, Cl. 339—239. 
Allen, Philip J. 2,677,055. Cl. 250—33.63. 
Allen. Raymond W., assignor to The Firestone Tire & 

Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Draught bar. 

2.665,902, Jan. 12. 
Allen, Reginald. 2,690,170, C\. 125 — 11. 
Allen, Robert L. : See — 

Elliott, Thomas A., Allen, and Carmichael. 2,674,374. 
Allen, Robert L. 2.079.330, Cl. 214 — 701. 
Allen, Robert L., and J. G. Fiitral. to Georgia Tech 

Research Institute. 2,684,781, Cl. 221 — 1. 
Allen, Ruth C. 2,693.751. Cl. 99 — 339. 
Allen, Sessal D. : See — 

Stoekett, Wiley T., Jr., and Allen. 2,688.285. 
AUen-Sherman-Hoff Co., The : See — 
Berry, Bernard C. 2,693.775. 
Mylting, Lauritz E. 2.079.374. 
Mylting, Lauritz E. 2,093.761. 
Mylting, Lauritz E. 2.093.770. 
Allen, Sidney, and E. G. D. Andrews, assignors to Arm- 
strong Siddeley Motors Limited, Coventry, England. 

Combustion equipment of rocket motors. 2.664,701, 

Jan. 5. 
Allen, Stratford B., to Joseph Pollak Corp. 2,694,118. Cl. 

200—90. 
Allen, Thomas O., Bellaire, Tex., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Standard Oil Development Company, Eliza- 
beth, N. J. Small gun perforators for oil wells. 

2,672,195. Mar. 16. 
Allen, Thomas O., to Standard Oil Development Co. 

2,693.856, Cl. 166—23. 
Allen, Thomas O., and J. C. McDuffie. Jr.. to Standard Oil 

Development Co. 2.689.008. Cl. 1 66 — 23. 
Allen. W. D., Mfg. Co. : See— 

Pratt, Herbert L. 2,686,644. 
Allen Warper Co. : See — 

Watson, Thomas E. 2.081.497. 
Allen, William M.. Jr. 2.693,301. Cl. 222 — 456. 
Allen, William W.. assignor to American Chemical Paint 

Companv, Ambler, Pa. Plant growth regulation. 

2,670,282. Feb. 23. 
Allenby, William F., Stratford, assignor to The Bryant 

Electric Company, Bridgeport, Conn. Switch. 

2,668,895, Feb. 9. 

to The Shefl3eld Corporation. 



Aller, Willis F., assignor 

2,677,269, Cl. 73—37.5. 
Aller, Willis F., assignor 

2,677,325, Cl. 101—^3. 
Aller. Willis 

73 — 37.5. 
Aller, Willis 

73-37.5. 
Aller, Willis 

73—37.5. 
Aller, Willis 

33—172. 
Aller, Willis 



to The Sheffield Corporation. 



F., to The Sheffield Corp. 2.683,983. Cl. 
F., to The Sheffield Corp. 2,686,424, Cl. 
F., to The Sheffield 



F., to The Sheffield 



Corp. 
Corp. 



2,687,038, Cl. 
2,691,827, Cl. 



P., and D. H. McConnell, 



assignors to The 
Sheffield Corporation. 2.675.622, Cl. 33 — 148. 
Alles, Francis P., and W. R. Saner, to E. I. du Pont de 

Nemours & Co. 2,698,239, Cl. 95 — 9. 
Alles, Francis P.. and W. R. Saner, to E. I. du Pont de 

Nemours Co. 2.698.240. Cl. 95—9. 
.\lles, John J., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Circuit controller. 

2.665,417, Jan. 5. 
Allgemeine Elektricitats-Gesell.sch.Tft : See — 

Koppelmann. Floris. 2.093.570. 
Alliance Mfg. Co., The : See — 

Jordan, Richard H. 2.082.628. 
Jordan, Richard H., and Schneider. 2.682,629. 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corp. : See — 
Anderson, Thomas F. 2.679.493. 
Anderson, Thomas F. 2,680,722. 
Baker, Theodore C. 
Baker. Theodore C. 2,680,105. 
Bewick. Howard A. 2.692.818. 
Bunnell. Ravmond H. 2.079.495-6. 
Calfee, John D., and Miller. 2,674,630. 
Calfee, John D., and Miller. 2.681,267. 
Calfee, John D., Miller and Schneider. 2,690,815. 
Coleman, Gordon A. 2.080,680. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



11 



Allied Chemical & Dye Corp. : See — Continued. 

Coleman. Gordon A., nnd Sutherland. 2,674,589. 

CouKdou, William .T., and Grossmann. 

Conirdon, William J., and Weston. 

Cordier. David K. 2.t)S0.104. 

Cro.-isley. James E. 2,68;"). 3ti9. 

Davidson. John B.. and Roraatowski. 2,683,134. 

Davidson. John 1!.. and Santelli. 2,680,073. 

Dearinc William C. 2.()80.682. 

Dearinp. William C. 2.080,734. 

Donegan. Joseph W. 

Ebert, Richard K., Cosbv, and Porter. 2,688,635. 

Eck. John C. 

Eck. Sohn C. 2,688.531. 

Erehak. Michael, Jr. 2,683,141. 

Gilbert, Everett E. 

Gilbert, Everett E. 2.695.30S. 

Gilbert, Everett E. 2.697.120. 

Gilbert, Everett E.. Kelly, and Woolf. 2.695.918. 

Gilbert, Everett E., and McGoush. 2,690,450. 

Gilbert, Everett E., and McGoush. 2.690.451. 

Gilbert, Everett E., Otto, and Veldhuis. 2.697.119. 

Harvey, Edward W., and Frear. 2,680,679. 

Hatcher. David B. 

Hatcher. David B. 2.695.276. 

Hatcher, David B., and Bunnell. 2.683,674. 

Hatcher. David B., and Bunnell. 2,684,974. 

Heckel. Harry h.. Jr. 2,684,964. 

Howald. Arthur M. 

Inpraham, Harold O. C, and Sundy. 

Joffe, Jack D. 

Joris. Georse G. 2.681.936. 

Joseph, Robert T., and Cole. 2,697,117. 

Lisk, George F. 

Martin, Andrew J. 2,694,070. 

Maslin, John A. 

Mayer, Perry B. 2,681.318. 

McClow, Wayne W. 2,693,283. 

Meiser, Kenneth D.. and Kassay. 2,679,490 

Miller, Charles B., and Calfee. 

Miller. Charles B., and Calfee. 2,674,631. 

Miller. Charles B., and Calfee. 2,676,996. 

Miller, Charles B., and Smith. 

Olmer. Francois J. G., and Nesty. 

Rosenbercer. Frank B. 2,681,902. 

Simons, John K. 

Simons. John K. 2,684.366. 

So?n, Allen W. 2.684.3.=i8. 

Sogn, Allen W. 2,684,359. 

Townend. Robert V., and Trout. 

Weinstock, Harry H., Jr. 2,688,608. 

Weinstock. Harry H.. Jr.. and Nesty. 2,692,875. 

Wiley. Panl F. 2,683,741. 

Winstrom, Leon O., and Harris. 

Woolf, Cyril. 2.691.053. 

Woolf, Cyril, and Miller. 

Allied Colloids (Manufacturing) Company Limited, as- 
signee : See — 

Gill, Ronald. 2,677,681. 

Allied Control Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Bancroft, James E. 
Allied Electric Products, Inc. : See — 

Wiesberg, Sidney M. 2,686,357. 
Allied Ironfounders Limited, assignee : See — 

Blumsom. Ernest J. 2,676,583. 
Allied Mills, Inc. : See — 

Singer Philip A., and Deobald. 2,683,091. 
Allied Steel and Conveyors, Inc., assignee : See — 

Harrison, Homer S. 

Harrison, Homer S. 2,698,078. 
Allin, George S., assignee : See — 

Miscovich. John A. 2,680,650. 
Allin, Frederick R., assignor to The Weatherhead Com- 
pany. 2,675,021, CI. 137—536. 
Allin, Frederick R., Euclid and F. D. Wyss, Cleveland 
Heights, assignors to The Weatherhead Companv, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Air-operated hydraulic brake booster 
unit. 2,670,603, Mar. 2. 
AUis-Chalmers Mfg. Co. : See— 

Aicher, Louis C. 2,675,519. 

Becker, George D. 

Becker, George D. 2,675,907. 

Becker. George D. 2,698.194. 

Beckwith, Sterling. 2,683,227. 

Blackwell, Edward J. 

Brundage, John F. 2,685,159. 

Bnhr, August G. 2,683,404. 

Buhr, August G. 2,697,975. 

Buhr, August G. 2,698,114. 

Carlin, Robert. 2,674,985. 

Coleman, Bernard P.. and Herr. 2,683,606. 

Bagan, William F. 2,674,125. 

Pergason, Rector C. 

Fersason. Rector C. 2.691.265 

Flentie, John L. 2.683,403. 

Gerg, Robert A. 2,686,287. 

Giger. Walter. 2.688.937. 

Goodwin, Edwin C. 2,674,676 

Grosch. George S. 2.693,392. 

Halter, Allan C. 2,667,080. 

Harrer, Paul H. 

Harrer. Paul H.. and Fischer. 2,682,945. 



Allis-Chalniers Mfg. Co. : Sec— Continued. 
Hartwig, Walter J. 2.695.194. 
Ilolnilo. Hubert E. 2,6<)4..')81. 
• Herr, Charles H., Jr. 2,083,634. 
Hodtum, Joseph B. 2,686,236. 
Holland, Roy P. 2,688,109. 
Hotson, Dale V. 

Jansson, Gustav E., and Salzer. 2.676,28."i. 
Johnson. (Joorge C. 2,682,020. 
Kelle, Arthur C. 
Knott, Donald D. 2,691. .'')40. 
Lehker, Harry J., and Worrell. 2,693,073. 
Leliter, Chester P. 2,686,982. 
Linde, Leonard J. 2.681,958. 
Lutz. Milton W. 
Murphy, Bernard J. 2,685,464. 
Nielsen, Charles W. 2,677,795. 
Norelius, Emil P., Toth, and Rinkema. 
O'Harrow, Charles T. 
O'Harrow, Charles T. 2,678,702. 
Otto, Eugene J. 2,678,567. 
Otto, Eugene J. 2,690,677. 
Peeples, Robert M. 
Pusztay. Russell J. 2,679,437. 
Ramrath, Joseph M. 2,678,984. 
Ray, James L. 

Reaves. Robert S. 2.688,908. 
Reaves, Robert S., and Teske. 2,696,773. 
Ross, Hugh L. 
Sams, Fred V. 2,674,283. 
Sanden, Lloyd H. 2.692,968. 
Scag, Dane T. 2,675,48o. 
Scag, Dane T. 2,695,978. 
Schick, Frederick A. 
Schick, Frederick A. 2,693,717. 
Scranton, Charles J., and WorrelL 2,685.161. 
Sealey, William C. 2,675,520. 
Shupe, Leslie A. 
Sikorra, Daniel J. 2,677,085. 
Smeltz. Floyd O. 2,678,412. 
Strehlow. Walter F. 2,679,199. 
Strommen, John A. 2,681,484. 
Tanke, Willard H. 2,685,384. 
Tanke, Willard H. 2,687,238. 
Tanke, Willard H., and Buhr. 2,693,747. 
Tanke, Willard H., Buhr, and Groth. 2,687,074. 
Tanke, Willard H., and Sexton. 2,692,543. 
Timm. Harold D. 2,678,364. 
Timmerman, Julius W. 2.689,317. 
Weber, Kenneth R. 2.675,751. 
Wiemerslage, Walter L. 2,683,405. 
Wilson. Charles D. 2,676,279. 
Woody, Guy V. 2,696,351. 
Allis. Louis, Company, The, assignee : See — 

Wieseman, Theodore R. 2,674,404. 
Allison Co., The : See — 

Allison, Hugh V.. and Kendall. 2,694,886. 
Sevick, Richard D. 2,690,632. 
Allison, Hugh V., and G. H. Kendall, to The Allison Co. 

2,694,886. CI. 51—206. 
Allison, Ira E. 2,696,820, a. 130—27. 
Allison, James W., Mondovi, and E. M. Cejka, Milwaukee, 

Wis. Moldboard soil pulverizer. 2,670,670, Mar. 2. 
Allison, John R. 2,685,694, CI. 4 — 67. 
Allison, Kenneth C. to Grigsby-Allison Co., Inc. 

2,691.702. CI. 200 — 16. 
Allison, Leslie R., assignor to Westinghouse Air Brake 

Company. 2,679.555, CI. 179—171. 
Allison. W. D.. Company, assignee : See — • 

Roehm, Edgar W. 2,679,445. 
AUmanna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget : See — 

Anderson, Bror G. A., and Wallenborn. 2,685,017. 
Arvidsson, Algot, Elmlund, and Sonesson. 
Blaus, Janis, and Olsen. 2,677,538. 
Dreyfus, Ludwig. 2,676,232. 

Dreyfus, Ludwig, Thelemarck, Beckius, and Lindstrom. 
Forwald, Haakon. 
Forwald, Haakon, 2,677,739. 
Forwald, Haakon. 2,696,197. 
Gynt, Sven. 

Herlitz, Ivar. and Knudsen. 2,682,634. 
Lammn. Uno, and Arvidsson. 2,683,225. 
Lannefors, Lennart. 2,674,878. 
Olsson, Uno. 

Petersen, Wilhelm H. 2,687,481. 
Vorts, Svend A., and Nilsson. 2,688,715. 
All Metal Products Company, assignee : See- 
Morgan, Allan. 
AUover Mfg. Co. : See — 

Boerger. Julius W. 2.689.312. 
Meltzer, Henry E. 2,695,007. 
All Star Products, Inc. : See — 

Ingle, Donald P. 2,694.782. 
Alloy Steel Products Co., Inc. : See — • 

Davis, John H.. Jr.. and Nelson. 2,692,750. 
Allred, John L. 2,681,193, CI. 244 — 150. 
AUston, Alice C. : See — 

Allston, Francis B. and A. C. 2,687,245. 
Allston Francis B. and A. C. 2,687,245, CI. 226 — 60. 
AUtools Limited, assignee : See — 

Hailer, Albert H., and Saunders. 
AUwine, Harrison S., to Radio Corp. of America. 
2,691,116, CI. 313—78. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Aim, Robert M., Highland, Ind., assignor to Standard Oil 
Company, Cliicago, 111. Gelling noruially liquid hydro- 
carbons. 2,608,098. Feb. 2. 

Alma, Gerrit H. I*., and K. RodenliuiK, to Hartford National 
Banl£ and Tru.st Co., trustee. 2,(i95.!n2 CI. 313—203. 

Almen, John O., Royal Oak, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Hydraulic motor actuated 
marine propeller pitch control. 2,071,518, Mar. 9. 

Almen, John O., to General Motors Corp. 2,082,936, 
CI. 188—218. 

Almen, John O., to General Motors Corp. 2,687,653, CI. 
74 — 417. 

Aimer, Sven B. : See — 

Dahl, Gustav S. A., and Aimer. 



.\lmox Inc. : See — 
Stahl, Nils E. J., 

Almgren, August E. : 
Jakob, John P., 

Almgren, August E., 



, and Larsson. 2,693,871. 
See — 

and Almgren. 2,696,932. 
_ . „ , Hillside, and J. P. Jakob, Roselle, 

N. J., assignors to American Can Company, New York, 
N. Y. Container opening device. 2,673,020, Mar. 23. 
Almlof, John H. 2,686,908, CI. 30 — 151. 
Almond, John R., Detroit, Mich., assignor to The Midland 
Steel Products Company, Cleveland Ohio. Relay valve 
for vacuum brake systems. 2,670,247, Feb. 23. 
Almond, John R., to The Midland Steel Products Co. 

2,682,929. CI. 180—79.2. 
Almorth, Gustav A. 2,687,535, CI. 4 — 239. 
Aloe, A. S., Co. : See — 

La Vigne, Eugene E. 2,686,922. 
Aloisio, Joseph P.. to Raytheon Mfg. Co. 2,689,320 CI. 

318 — 317. 
Alperstein, Harry, Belle Harbor, N. Y. Extendable table 

with foldable leaves. 2,666,680, Jan. 10. 
Alpha Shrimp Machine Corp., The : See — 

Yanus, Albert B., and Cerny. 2,683,281. 
Alpura, A. G. : See — 

Gressly, Kuno E. 2,690,329. 
Alrose Chemical Company, assignee : See — 

Zussman, Hyman W.. and Bernstein. 
Alsberg, Dietrich A., to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. 

2,685,063, CI. 324 — 83. 
Alsina Cornelias, Juan. 2,691,270, CI. 60 — 54.6. 
Alsina, Enrique N., and F. L. Grau, Barcelona, Spain. Tap 

or faucet. 2,671,465, Mar. 9. 
Alsing, Carl F., to Seeger Refrigerator Co. 2,697,916, CI. 

Alsing, Carl F., and C. R. Dill, assignors to Seeger Re- 
frigerator Company. 2,677,250, CI. 62 — 116. 

Alsop, William G., to Colgate-Palmolive Co. 2,684,971, 
CI. 260 — 410.7. 

Alstadt, Benjamin, and H. Sappey, New York, N. Y. Liquid 
feeding nipple construction. 2,672,870 Mar. 23. 

Alstadt, Donald M., and B. W. Coleman Jr., Erie Pa. 
Rubber reinforced structure. 2,673,170,' Mar. 23. 

Alsterberg, Carl E. : See — 

McLaren, Ian H., and Alsterberg. 

Alston. Paul W., Berkeley, assignor to Spreckels Sugar 
Company, San Francisco, Calif. Reclaiming beet pulp 
press water. 2,673,165, Mar. 23. 

Alston, Thomas E. 2,684,243, CI. 272 — 1. 

Alt. Arthur, and R. E. Howard, assignors to Monsanto 
Chemical Company. 2,674,628. CI. 260 — ^^592 

Alt, Harold M., to American Locomotive Co. 2,690,276, 
CI. 220 — 46. 

Alt, Harold M., and O. Westover, to American Locomo- 
tive Co. 2,690,275, CI. 220 — 46. 

Alta Engineering Company, assignee : See — 
Coates, J. Edwin. 

Altemose, Arthur L., assignor to Avco Manufacturing 
Corporation. 2,678.402. CI 290 — 40 

Altemus. James D. 2,683,609. CI. 280 — 35. 

Altenbach, Francois. 2,674,718, CI. 324 — 29. 

Altenburger, Ernst : See — 

Westinger, Karl, Altenburger, and Hirt. 2,686,584. 

Alter Albert R., assignor to Philco Corporation, Philadel- 
phia. Pa. Automatic frequency control for carrier-wave 
receivers. 2,666,847, Jan. 19. 

Alter, Robert S. : See — 

Bradburd, Brvin M., and Alter. 2,677,809. 

Alter, Siegfried, assignor to J. A. Crabtree & Co. Limited. 
2,674,672. CI. 200 — 116. 

Altgelt, Herman E., assignor to Deere & Company. Moline, 
111. Vehicle seat. 2,672,920, Mar. 23. 

Altgelt, Rudolph J., South Bend, Ind.., assignor to Dear- 
born Motors Corporation, Birmingham, Mich. Lift hitch 
for implements. 2,673,505, Mar. 30. 

Altgelt, Rudolph J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Ford Motor Company. 2,674,174, CI. 97 — 198.1. 

Altgelt, Rudolph J., to Ford Motor Co. 2,690,111, CI. 
97—47.88. 

Altgelt, Rudolph J., and A. C Llndgren, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to Ford Motor Company. 2,674,467, 
CI. 280 — 453. 

Altgelt. Rudolph J., and R. W. Wilson, to Ford Motor Co. 
2,690,113, CI. 97 — 205. 

Alther, Joseph G., V, to P. M. Van Arsdell. 2,682,471, 
CI. 99—138. 

Altherr, Walter M., to A. B. Chance Co. 2.697,150, CI. 
200—113. 



2,683,294. 



Althouse, William S., Jr. Arcadia, assignor to Baker Oil 
Tools, Inc., Vernon, Calif. Casing centering device. 
2,005,702, Jan. 12. 
Altman, Eston. 2 083,477, CI. 146—52. 
Alton IJox Hoard Co. : See — 

HoUi.s, Robert F. 2,097,661. 
Miller, Andrew E. 
Altorfer Bros. Co. : See — 

Castricone, John A. 2,695,147. 
Altus Engineering Co. (Corsham) Ltd. : See — - 

Girdlestone, Peter C. 2,080,862. 
Altvater Adolf H., Chesterheld, assignor to Western Sup- 
plies Company, St. Louis, Mo. Die set and method of 
shaping the back portions and top lines of shoes. 
2,606,218, Jan. 19. 
Altvater, Adolf H., to Western Supplies Co. 2,692,400, 

CI. 12—97. 
Aluja, Juan. 2,674,195, CI. 103—161. 
Alumatic Corporation of America, assignee : See — 

Zitomer, Abe. 
Aluminex Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Estey, James R. 2,676.433. 
Aluminium Laboratories Ltd. : See^ 
Hartwick, Elbert F. 2.681.943. 
Spooner, Roy C. 2,678,875. 
Aluminum Air Seal Mfg. Co. : See — ■ 
Webster, Clifford L. 2,689,386. 
Aluminum Bronze Co. Ltd. : See — 

Cleiff, Joseph A. 2,689,485. 
Aluminum Co. of America : See — 
Burrows, Charles F. 2,692,851. 
Burrows. Charles F. 2.692,852. 
Bnnor, William T., and Heath. 
Maclntyre, David. 2,688,047. 
McClintock, Thomas I., and Hurst. 
Zelley, Walter G. 2.676,916. 
Aluminum Foil Packaging Co., assignee : See — 

Swaine, William G. 
Alvarez, Luis W., Berkeley, Calif. Radio navigation sys- 
tem. 2,668,287, Feb. 2. 
Alvarez, Luis W., Berkeley, assignor to The Rand Corpo- 
ration, Santa Monica, Calif. Thermionically emissive 
element. 2,672,567, Mar. 16. 
Alvarez, Luis W., to the United States of America as 
represented by the United States Atomic Energy Com- 
mission. 2,685,027, CI. 250 — 27. 
Alvarez. Octavio J., to Alvarez Patent Corp. 2,684,624, 

CI. 99—298. 
Alvarez Patent Corp. : See — 

Alvarez, Octavio J. 2,684,624. 
Alves Photo Service, Inc. : See — 

Knobel, Max. 2,682,212. 
Alvord, Charles C, to Norton Co. 2,697,316, CI. 53—86. 
Alway, Clayton D.. W. J. Haines, O. R. Woods, and N. A. 

Drake, to The Upjohn Co. 2,692,820, CI. 23—309. 
Alwin Mfg. Co. : See — 

Krueger, Archibald S., and Slye. 2,682,441. 
Amalgamated Wireless (Australasia) Limited, assignee : 
See— 

Watkinson, Eric. 
Amanda Christensen AB : See — 
Allander, Claes V. 2.690,146. 
Amann, Ralph W. 2,675,259, CI. 292—114. 
Amatel, Harold, Glendale. N. Y., assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Package of 
fragile articles. 2,667,267, Jan. 26. 
Amber, Yervant. 2.692.448, CI. 38 — 123. 
Amberg. Stephen W. : See — 

Amberg. Walter E. and S. W. 
Amberg, Walter E., Beverly Shores, Ind., 
Tulip Cup Corporation, Chicago, 111. 
paper cups. 2,672.742, Mar. 23. 
Amberg, Walter E., Chicago, HI. 

2,666,345, Jan. 19. 
Amberg, Walter E., Beverly Shores, Ind., and S. W. Am- 
berg. Barrington, 111., assignors to Lily-Tulip Cup Cor- 
poration. Forming truncated conical paper cups. 
2,673,496, Mar. 30. 
Ambler, Geoffrey H., assignor to Ambler Superdraft Lim- 
ited, Ilkley, England. Pressure-applying device for the 
drafting rollers of drafting apparatus. 2,666,232, 
Jan. 19. 
Ambler, Geoffrey H., Ilkley, assignor to Ambler Superdraft 
Limited. Yorkshire. England. Apparatus for drafting 
textile fibers. 2,673,376, Mar. 30. 

Ambler, Geoffrev H., assignor to Ambler Superdraft Lim- 
ited. 2,678,472, CI. 19—130. 

Ambler Superdraft Limited, assignee : See — 
Ambler, Geoffrey H. 2,678,472. 

Ambrose, Henrv A., and O. L. Brandes, to Gulf Research 
2.692,821, CI. 44 — 62. 

and O. L. Brandes, to Gulf Research 
2.697,033, CI. 44 — 68. 
assignor to Radio Corporation of 
America. 2,674,660, CI. 179—100.2. 
Ambrose. Leopold R. 2,683,339, CI. 51 — 216. 
Ambrosino, John. 2,682,980, CI. 223 — 95. 
Amdursky, Mark E. : See — 

Szegho, Constantin S., Reed, and Amdursky. 
iimeele. Peter, and H. L. Malone. to Eastman Kodak Co. 
2,685,668, CI. 320—1. 



assignor to Lily- 
Pickup holder for 

Speed reducer. 



& Development Co. 
Ambrose. Henry A., 

& Development Co. 
Ambrose, James R., 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Amellne, Jean, Sceaux, France. Toolholdor device for 

prosthesis apparatus lor the upper limbs, to be secured 

on the stump of an amputated arm, 2,6GG,92S, Jan. 2C. 

Amein, Karl K., assignor to Svenska Ackumulator Aktie- 

bolacet Jungner. 2,G77.00G, CI. i;U> — 20. 
Amendola. James V, 2,G78.513, CI. 45 — 13G, 
Ament. Walter D. 2.6!)().S4;{, CI. 211 — 10. 
Amer, Donald F., Newcastle-on-Tyne, assignor to A. Rey- 
rolle & Company Limited, Hebburn-on-Tyne, Encland. 
Electric circuit-breaker of the gas-blast type, 2,G73,271, 
Mar. 23. 
Amer, Myrtle A.. Long Beach, Calif. Dishwashing ma- 
chine. 2,G70,000, Feb. 23. 
American Aerovap, Inc. : Sec — 

Boehler. Emil. 

Winberg, Ferdinand F., and Buehler. 2,690,500. 
American Air Filter Co., Inc. : See — 

Gonzalez, Don J. 2.G75,8S7. 

Xuttins. Arthur. 2,G88.377. 
American Bagel Machine Co.. Inc., assignee : See — 

Gendler, Louis, and Lazar. 
American Bitumnls & Asphalt Company, assignee : S!ce^ 

McCoy, Paul E. 

McCoy. Paul E., and Neill. 
Americijn Bosch Arma Corp. : See — 

Aglns, George. 2,698,134. 

Bishop, Ronald L., and Ryder. 2,693,928. 

Daris, Arthur P., and Macomber. 2,698,135. 

Seaver, Robert G. Re. 23,889. 
American Bosch Corp. : See — 

Berlyn, Martin J., and Broderick, 2,679,805, 

Berlyn. Martin J., and Stansfield. 2,688,054. 

BischofC, Waldemar O. 2,679,804. 

Hnmber, John N. 2,674,236. 

Hussey, Ru.ssell B. 2,680,217. 

Osterman. Joseph T. 

Seaver, Robert G. 2,683,445. 
American Box Board Co. : See — 

Anderson, Wilbur G., Jr. 2,675,156. 

Hartman, Joseph A. 2,693,742. 

American Brake Company, The, assignee : See — 

Mueller, Emil G. 

Smith, Charles G., and Best. 
American Brake Shoe Co. : See — 

Baker, John H. 2,693,397. 

Boron, Frank J. 2.681,728. 

Browne. Lindsay H. 

Dalrymple, William P. 2,682,788. 

Dalrymple. William P. 2,691.437. 

Daniels, Arthur W., and Murtaugh. 2.674,816. 

Daniels, Arthur W., and Murtaugh. 2,689,419. 



American Car and Foundry Co. : See — 

Christensen, Sidney O. 2,682,076. 

Clarke. Allen W. 2,680,503. 

Dletrichson, William F. 2,682,075. 

Erlcson, George K. 

Gassner, Alfred A., and MacVeigh. 2,685,846. 

Jablonsky. Roy D., and Heckmann. 2,688,790. 

Kepner, Robert C, and Shields. 

I'atton, John W.. and Holland. 2,676,333. 

Schanz, Arthur C. 

Schanz, Arthur C. 2,683,432. 

Schanz, Arthur C. 2,683,433. 

Sheffer, John W., Watson, and Chanz. 2,680,420. 

Sheffer, John W., Watson, and Schanz, 

Shields, Robert A. 

Walsh. Robert. 

Watson, Edmund A., and Preston. 
American Chain & Cable Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Bratz, Otto J. 
American Character Doll Co. : See — 

Beebe, Herbert R, 2,689,431. 

Beebe, Herbert R. 2,689,432. 

Senior, Henry, Hensman, and Ward. 2,675,644. 
American Chemical Paint Co. : See — 

Allen, William W. 

Spruance, Frank P., Jr., and Newhard. 2,678,291. 

Thirsk, James H. 2,698,266, 
American Coin Changer Corp., assignee : See — 

York, Ernest E. 
American Coleman Company, The, assignee : See — 

Celien, Raymond A. 
American Colloid Company, assignee : See — 

Clem, Arthur G. 
American Conditioning House, Inc. : See — 

Wollner, Herbert J., and Freeman, 2,684,595. 

Crop-Drying Equipment Company, assignee ; 



, and Mathews. 
See— 

and Nalesnyk. 2,677,643. 
2,691,620. 



2,686,743. 



2.689,216. 

See — 

2,694,592. 



and Magill. 
and Jakob. 
2.676.744. 
2,675,203. 
2,676,740. 
and Loveland. 



2,690,288. 



2,684,803. 



2,692,245. 
2,679,313. 



Flinn, Richard A., and Schaefer. 

Spokes, Rflv E. 2.685,551. 

Whisler, Thomas C. 2,683,942. 
American Brass Co., The : See — 

Gregory, Hardy E. 2,676,123. 

Nevers, Ralph P., and Palmer. 

Voegeli, Henry E. 2,687,316. 
American Cabinet Hardware Corp. 

Borchers, Earl M., and Ahlgren. 
American Cable and Radio Corp. : See- 
Mitchell, Charles K. 2,683,190. 
American Can Co. : See- 
Allen, Malcolm C, 

Almgren, August E., 

Baselt. Frederick C. 

Birkland, Stellan. 

Birkland, Stellan. 

Birkland, Stellan, 

Blom, Otto F. 2,684,766. 

Brosky, Stanley J, 2,680,551. 

Dobbins, Walter J., 3rd. 

Dondera, John J., Jr. 2,692.715. 

Frillman, Lambert H. 2.695,727. 

Groves, James H., and Lenane. 

Gueffroy. Walter A., and Pechy. 

Homrael, William B. 2.692,966. 

Huntar, Felix, and Pechy. 2,684,804. 

Jakob, John P., and Almgren. 2,696,932. 

Kaiser, Edward W., and Czarnecki. 2,690,255. 

Lawson, John M. 

Macoy, Eugene W. 2,682,598. 

Maher. William W. 

McNabb, John W. 2,689,834. 

Nordquist, Ronald E. J. 

Nordquist. Ronald E. J., and Felber. 

Pechy, William. 2,680.550. 

Pechy, William. 2,698,122. 

Pelosi, Nicholas. 2.692,699. 

Peterson, Howard B. 2,696.581. 

Peterson. Howard B., and De Gear. 

Pottle, Ralph K. 2,698,143. 

Preis, Carl G., and Nordquist. 2.682.344. 

Schoenfeld, William H., Jr. 2,690,005. 

Sidman. Harrv W. 2.692,774. 

Smith. William R. 2,687,163. 

Socke, John B. 

Taylor, Russell C. 

Weber, Lloyd H. 2,675.103. 

Wigert, George W. 2,682,359. 

Wigert, George W. 2,682,360. 

Winters, William P. 

Winters, William P., and Pechy. 



American 
See- 
Andersen, Arthur A 
American Cyanamid Co. 
Ablondi, Frank B„ 
Ablondi, Frank B., and Querry. 
Anderson, George W. 
Anderson, George W. 2,691,010, 
Ashley. Kenneth D. 2,681,291, 
Baker, Bernard R., and Schaub. 2,694,711. 
Barnard, Kenneth H., and Dudkowski. 2,695,895. 
Barthel, Justus C, and Hastings. 2,680,694. 
Bean, James J. 2,690,262. 
Beegle, Lindley C. 2,689,846. 
Bentz, Alan P., West, and Turner. 
Bernstein, Seymour, Antonucci, and Heller. 
Bernstein, Seymour, and Heller. 2,688,029. 
Booth, Robert B., and Dobson. 2,695,101. 
Brendel, Armin G. 2,696,878. 

2,688,616. 

2,690,437. 

2,694,713. 

2,694.714. 
Brody, Frederick, and Long. 2,695,298. 
Carpenter, Erwin L. 2.676.977. 
Carpenter, Erwin L. 2,690.452. 
Carpenter, Erwin L., and Mackay. 2,688,632. 
Carpenter, Joseph E. 

Christopher, George L. M., and Tarantino. 2,675,321. 
Conroy. Edward A. 
" "■ " ~ ~ 2,688,018. 

2,694,065. 
2,676,161. 



Brody, Frederick. 
Brody, Frederick. 
Brody, Frederick. 
Brody, Frederick. 



Hofmann, and Dreisbach. 
W.. Earned, and Clark. 



2,696,457. 



2,687,202 



Cosulich, Donna B. 
Cosulieh, Donna B. 
Cressweil, Arthur. 
Crossley, Moses L. 
Crossley, Moses 

2,677,685. 
Cunningham, Raymond 

2,678.296. 
Curtis, Gerard W., and De Lorenzo. 
Darken, Marjorie A. 2,685,554. 
Darken, Marjorie A., and Sjolander. 
Davis, Selby B., and Willson. 
Denton, John J., and Quinones. 2,694,720. 
De Waard. Russell. 2,691,136, 
Dixon, James K., and Woodberry. 2,684,343. 
Eastes, John W., and Cooke. 2,683,702. 
Fahrenbach, Marvin J., Smith, and Hultquist. 

2,677,682. 
Pern, Kenneth A., and Allen. 
Fidell, Louis 1. 

Fitzsimmons, Worth M. 2.693.278. 
Fordemwalt. Frederick. 2,683,646. 
Fordemwalt, Frederick. 2,690,952. 
Frazier, Charles and Cadwell. 2.681.897. 
Fugate, Wesley O., and Tribit. 
Gabel, Joseph W. 
Gadea, Ramon A., and Munro. 
Goldman. Leon. 2,680,739. 
Hardy, William B., and Joyce. 
Hechenbleikner, Ingenuin. 2.686.203. 
Hechenbleikner. Ingenuin. 2.692,893. 
Hein, Delton W. 

Hein, Delton W., and Lane. 2.688.617. 
Hook, Edwin 0., and Cook. 2,683.166. 
Hook. Edwin 0., and Ja.vne. 2,689.827. 
Hook, Edwin O., and Thomas. 2,695,273. 
Jaquay, Louis H. 2,688.622. 
Joyce, Asa W. 2,694,709. 



2,698,330. 
2,691,020. 



14 



IXDEX OF PATENTS, V.ir,4 



Anmricau Cviiuaiiihl ("«. : .S'/.c Ccmtinuod. 

Joyce, Asa W., unci .Muiiro. 2,lii)l,018. 

Kaiser, Donald \V. 2,682,.'j41. 

Kaiser, ]-)oiiald W. 2,(;!)7,720. 

Kaiser, Douald \V., and Koeiner. 2,688,017. 

Kaiser, Donald W., and Uolni-Iiansen. 2,090,455. 

Kaiser, Donald \V., and Heclienbleikner. 2,091,021. 

Kaiser, Donald \V., and Cliiircli. 2,097,727. 

Kropa, Edward L. 2,684,920. 

Kuh, Erwin, and Seeger. 

Kuh, Erwln, and Shepard. 

Kusher. Samuel. 2,078,3.S1. 

Landes. Chester G., and Re.vnolds, 2,094,030. 

Lane. Wyvona A., and Ili'in. 2,081,920. 

Lento, Louis L., Jr., and Vinfjeo. 2,094,728. 

Lindenfelser, Richard, and Kilthau. 2,697,080. 

Lockhart, Merton C, and Michel. 2,677,044. 

Long, Robert S.. and BrcHly. 2.079,499. 

Long, Robert S., and Buckwalter. 

Long, Robert S., and Hein. 

Loughran, Gerard A., and Hook. 2,675,150. 

Loughran, Gerard A., Dudley, and Kropa. 2,080,110. 

Lulek, Ralph N., and Ziegler. 

Mackay, Johnstone S., and Frank. 2,088.020. 

Marcot, Guy €. 2,696,426. 

Marsh. Nat H. 2,076,984. 

Marson, Harry W., and English. 2,675,375. 

Mathieu, Alfred C. 2,075,921. 

McCormick. Jerry R. D.. and MuUer. 2,078.297. 

McCormick, Jerry K. D., and Muller. 2,683,080. 

McCormick, Jerry R. D.. and Muller. 2,083,681. 

McEwen, Willard L. 2,075,384. 

Mecco, Jerry M. 2,083,645. 

Medcalf, Eugene, and Vriens. 2,094,095. 

Munro, Wendell P., Hardy and Joyce. 2,091,019. 

Mutaffis, Thomas D. 

Nagy, Daniel E. 2,677,675. 

Ogilvie, Clinton B. 2,078,955. 

Palese, Richard A. M., and Young. 2.081.599. 

Parker, Robert P., and Wright. 2,690,443. 

Phelps, Allen S., Muller. and McCormick. 2.094,007. 

Phillips, Dorothea S. 2,075,338. 

Phillips, Dorothea S. 2,084,344. 

Price, John A. 

Pullman, Joseph C. 2,675.366. 

Pullman, Joseph C, and Reynolds. 2,694,055. 

Reynolds, Walter P., Jr. 2,083,087. 

Reynolds, Walter P., Jr. 2,683,088. 

Reynolds, Walter P., Jr. 2,083,089. 

Reynolds, Walter P., Jr. 2,694,029. 

Robinson, Jack D. 2,098,311. 

Roemer, John J., and Kaiser. 2,688,016. 

Rogers. Margaret M., and English. 

Safir, Sidney R. 

Scalera, Mario, and Adams. 2,075,376. 

Scalera, Mario, and Joyce. 

Scalera, Mario, and Tsang. 

Scalera, Mario, and Westlake. 

Scrutchfield, Paul H. 2,675,369. 

Shepherd, Robert G., and English. 2,684,374. 

Smith, Victor K., Jr., and Kushner. 2,677,686. 

Sonnlno, Mario, and Porzley. 2,688,067. 

Spalding. William L. 

Stirn, Prank B., and Taylor. 2,690,038. 

Stirn, Prank E., and Taylor. 2,697,314. 

Stirn, Prank E., and Taylor. 2,697,315. 

Stirn, Prank E., and Taylor. 2,097,317. 

Suen, Tzeng J. 2,678.308. 

Suen, Tzeng J. 2,688,004. 

Suen, Tzeng J. 2,688.607. 

Sullivan, Prank A. V., and Saunders. 2,684,388. 

Taylor, Arthur S., and Stirn. 2,674,073. 

Thomas, Walter M. 2,679,494. 

Thomas, Walter M. 2,689,228. 

Thomas, Walter M. 2.689.238. 

Thurston, Jack T. 2,689,868. 

Turner, Richard J., and Lawson. 2,691,042. 

Webb, John S., and Arlt. 2,675,385. 

Weidenheimer, Joseph P., and Carstensen. 2.695,800. 

Weidenheimer, Joseph P., and Rltter. 2,077,640. 

West, Herbert J., and Goodemoot. 

Whately, Walter R. 

Williams, James H., and Kushner. 2,677,641. 

Wlnterbottom, Robert. Eichler, and Pidacks. 

Witschonke, Charles R. 2.695.353. 

Wooding, William M. 2,088,570. 

Wooding, William M. 2.688,571. 

Wooding, William M. 2,091.135. 
American Cystoscope Makers, Inc. : See — 

Wallace, Prederlck J. 

Wallace, Prederlck J. 2,688.329. 

Wallace, Frederick J. 2,690,744. 
Wallace, Frederick J. 2,691,370. 
American Defibrator Inc. : See — 

Messing, Hjalmar S. 2,687,816. 

American Desk Jlanufacturing Company, assignee : See — 
Brashear, Arthur P., Jr. 2,676.046. 

American Die & Tool Co. : See — 

Sternbergh, James H.. Sr. 2,696,764. 
American District Telegraph Company, assignee : See— 

Evans. Francis C. 2,678,433. 
American Electrical Heater Company, assignee : See — 

Thomas, Laurence H. 



The, assignee 
2,077,982. 

2.677,953. 

2,694,919. 



2,697,342. 



See — 



',675,692. 



American Engineering Co. : See — 

Doolittle, Donald B., and Walden. 2.692,101 

Kunipf, August \V.. and llarvev. 
American lOnka Corp. : See — 

Bakker, UUlem. 2,074,419. 

Bakkor. Willem. 2,08«,506, 

Driesch. llun.s. 2,(J92,04.'), 
Griset, Ernest J., Jr. 2,675,090. 

Griset, Ernest J.. Jr. 2.081.729 

Henrj-, William V. 2,694,915. 

Irvin, Henry D. 2,695,378. 

Mcintosh, James A. 2,094,860. 

Oosterman, Jan. 2,088,594. 

Patton. Francis .M.. Jr. 2.081,908. 

Rice. Charles M. 2,695,030. 
Schrenk, Hans A. 2,074,113. 

Snitjer, Kornelius. 2,695,400. 
American Fibre Corporation, assignee : See — 

Nordstrom, Gustaf E. 
American Fire Apparatus Co. : See — 

Barton. Benjamin D. 2.081,831. 
American Flange & Manufacturing Co. Inc., assignee: 
See — 

Strickland, George. 
American Flexible Coupling Co. : See — 

Shenk, Robert H. 2,682,760. 
American Forge and Foundry Company, assignee : See — 

Stiranka, John A. 
American Forging & Socket Company, assignee : See — 

Duncan, Charles R. 
American Gas Furnace Company, assignee : See — 

Hornbruch, Frederick W., and Schaefer. 

Osterman, Philip C. and Hornbruch. 
American Gilsonite Company, assignee : See — 

Baker, John H., and Nelson. 
American Hard Rubber Co. : .S'ee — 

Cory, George L. 2,686,142. 

Lorenz, Albert J. 

Lorenz. Albert J. 2,691,187. 
American Hardware Corporation, 

Arras, Damiano, and Brown. 

Fisler, Leland H., and Schweitzer." 

Pisler, Leland H., and Schweitzer. 

Doomia, Wayland E. 2,677,565. 

McConnell, Frank J. 2,694.916. 

McConnell, Frank J., and Fletcher. 

Teich, Ernest L. 

Vahlstrom, Carl A., and Walther. 

Welch, Nicholas A. 

Welch. Nicholas A. 2,694,918. 

Welch, Nicholas A., and McConnell. 
American Hoist & Derrick Co. : See — 

Potter, Kenneth P., and Brown. 2,689,655. 
American Home Products Corporation, assignee : See — 

Ashkenaz. David M. 

Beall, Desmond, and Grant. 2,696,265. 

Bruce, William P., and Seifter. 2,676.1S8. 

Bruce, William P.. and Seifter. 2,678,948. 

Bruce, William P., and Seifter. 2,692,265. 

Dann, Morris. 

Diamond, Julius, and Bruce. 

Diamond, Julius, and Bruce. 2.695,903. 

GyOrgy, Paul, Kuhn, and Zilliken. 2.694,640. 

Heisterkamp, Charles A., Dann, and Dura. 

Kuhn, Richard, and Zilliken. 2.695,911. 

Lehman, Robert A. 2,675,388. 

Maiese, Michael R. 2,694,664. 

Newton, George W., and Stephen. 2,677,370. 

Seifter, Joseph. 2,687,366. 

Tint, Howard, and Bogash. 2.676,139. 

Tomarelli. Rudolph M., Hassinen, Durbin, and Bem- 
hart. 2,697,663. 
American Hospital Supply Corporation, assignee : See — 

Blashfield. Floyd A. 
American Instrument Co.. Inc. : See — 

Hadady, Robert E. 2,684,592. 

Henley, Alfred. 2,692,854. 

Moore, Thomas G. 2,679,411. 

Moore, Thomas G., and Harvill. 

Shapiro, Justin J. 
American Junior Aircraft Company, assignee : See — 

Walker, Neville E. 2,676,013. 
American-La Prance-Foamite Corporation, assignee : See — 

Russell, Richard P. 2,676,895. 
American Laundry Machinery Co., The : See — 

Creighton, Russell, and Speller. 2,681,556. 

Huebsch, Monte P. 

McLagan, RusseU G. Re. 23,881. 

McLagan. Russell G. 2.679.339. 

Myers, Wayne E. 2,682,718. 

Myers, Wayne E. 2,684,544. 

Neckel, Edmund N. 

Neckel. Edmund N.. and Ketchum. 2,692.583. 

Ricigliano, Anthony D., and Fischer. 2,686,412. 
American Lava Corp. : See — 

Shacklett. Joseph B.. and Riseden. 2.689.098. 

Thurnauer. Hans, and Murray. 
American Lecithin Company. Inc.. 

Scharf, Albert 2,678,320. 
American Linen Supply Co. : See — 

Birr, Rudolph G. 2,682,328. 

Birr, Rudolph G. 2,691.561. 

Birr. Rudolph G. 2,693,321. 

Jespersen, Paul W. 2,691,523. 



assignee : See — 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



15 



American Locker Co., Inc. : See — 

Boiniol. Henry L. 2,684,144. 
Amerk'iiii Loioiiiotive Co. : See — 

Alt, Harold -M. 2,090.276. 

Alt, Harold M., and Wostover. 2,690,275. 

Anderson. Karl V. 2,086,398. 

Angle. Stephen J. 2.078.113. 

Berlyn, Martin J. 2,680.051. 

Berlyn. Martin J. 2,090,336. 

Bunker, Arthur C. 2,086,575. 

Nichols, William M. 2,074,086. 

Nichols, William M. 2,081.049. 

Nichols, William M. 2,686,514. 

Ward. Edpu- A. 2.691.299. 
-American Machine Development Corp. : See — ■ 

Davis, Wade A. 2,697,439. 

Eissmann, Oswald E. 
American Machine & Foundry Co. : See — 

Bauer. I'aul C. 2.076.692. 

Broekbuysen. William C. 2.692,140. 

Broekhnysen, William C, and Warren. 

BroekhuVson, William C, Pohl, and Roehm. 

Dumas, Roger E. 2,692,139. 

Dumas. Roger B., Rurasey. and Wall. 2,683,602. 

Ellis. Robert M. 2,680,023. 

Ernst. John M. 

Flint. Thomas. 

Horgan, George D. 2,692,022. 

Jensen, Thormod, and Walte. 2,691,856. 

Kottmann. Arthur A. 2,676.445. 

Larsen, Carl H. 2.692,177. 

Maul, John A., and Kaftol. 2,694,564. 

McGinlev. James J. 2.697,474. 

Moore, Thomas W. 2,680,176. 

Oldenkamp, Henry A. 

Oldenkamp, Henry A. 2,694,444. 

Phillips, Henry W. 2,686,053. 

Pounds, Richard T. 2,694,310. 

Rundell, Rupert E., and Nejedly. 

Slovlc, Matthew J. 

Wells, Willis L. 

Ziffer, Garret F., and Saunders. 2,678,965. 
American Machine and Metals. Inc. : See — 

Harland. Philip W. 2,697.147. 

Harland, Philip W., and Waite. 2,679,760. 

Waite. Ralph D. 2,679,164. 

Waite. Ralph D. 2.692.613. 
American Machinery Corporation, assignee : See — 

McLearn. Herbert M. 2,680,590. 

Rexford, Robert L., and Woods. 2,677,248. 
.\merican Mfg. Co., Inc. : See — 

Carlson. Arthur C. 2,691,995. 

Croston, Edward L. 2,685,374. 

Pierce. Alfred F. 
American Mat Corporation, assignee : See — 

Moor. Dudley W., Jr. 
American Metal Company, Limited, The, assignee : See- 

Bahney, Luther W. 
American Metal Products Co. : See — 

Flint. Hyland C. 

Flint. Hyland C. 2,695,658. 

Flint, Hyland C. and Williams. 2,684,844. 
American Metaseal Mfg. Corp., assignee : See — 

Jewett, Merle H. 2,678,520. 
American Meter Company, assignee : See — 

Kehoe, William R. 2,675,826. 
American Meter Co., Inc. : See — 

McDonald, Daniel T.. and Hickman. 2.685,493. 

Schroyer, Harry R. 2,685,277. 
American-National Bag & Burlap Co., Inc., assignee : 
See — 

Spitz, Isidor. 
American Optical Co. : 

Barnes, Robert B 

Beltz, Richard C. 

Bennett. Alva H. 

Boone, Philip. 

Bro^n, Morden G. 

Burton, AUan L. 2,680,205. 

Collura, Francesco. 

Conley. Thomas A. 2,692,712. 

Critoph, David I., and Gradisar 

Dalton, Ernest T. 2,083,342. 

Davis, John K. : 2,682,197. 

Dillon, Oscar W. 2,693,063. 

Ellis. Charles A. 

Ellis, Charles A. 

Ellis, Charles A. 

Ellis, Charles A. 

Ellis, Charles A. 

Ellis, Charles A., 

Eves, Joseph R., 

Glancy, Anna B., and Davis. 

Heath, William B. 

Jardon, Fritz W. 2.688.1.39. 

Kavanagh, Arthur J. 2,685,228. 

Lundberg. Harry F., and Gradisar. 

Mahler, Joseph. 2,674,156. 

Miller, Joseph V., and Reed. 

Monlton, Harold R. 

Osterberg, Harold. 

Petri, Jan E. 2,693,765. 

Polanyi, Michael L., and Osterberg. 



See — 

, and Eraser. 

2,675,737. 



2,676,109. 



American Optical Co. : See — Continued. 

Robins. Richard S. 

Robins, Richard S., and Krasnlewlcz. 2,691,918. 

Scliiiuwoker, George 11. 

Schenk, George P. 2,083,450. 

Splaiue, Edward M. 2,674,910. 

Thoibuin. Miltou U.. and Schenk. 2,078,041. 

Tillyer, Edgar D. 

Tiilvcr. Edgar D., and Bennett. 2,685,821. 

Wolf. Ernst. 2,690,5.^4. 
American Pud & Textile Co., The, assignee : See — 

Bracken, Wallace H. 2,678,447. 
.Vmerican I'henolic Corp. : See — 

Klostcrmann, Curt W. 

Oskerka. Nick, Jr., and Klostermann. 2,688,737. 
American Pipe and Construction Co., assignee : See — 

Trout, Ralph J., and Brannen. 2,675,333. 
American Pulley Co., The : See — 

McCloskey, Ellsworth J. 2,696,997. 
American Rock Wool Corp., assignee : See — 

TlUotson, Wesley T., and Norton. 2,678,466. 
-Vmerican Safety Razor Corp. : See — 

Arrighi, Angelo. 2,684,151. 

BuUin. Charles B. 2,674,036. 

De Mesquita, Jules B. 2,674,039. 

Landwehr, Richard P. 2,686,906. 

Landwehr. Richard F. 2,686,967. 

Nelson, Edgar A. 

Ottomano, Mario W. 

Springer, Henry M., and Treiss. 2,685,970. 

Treiss, Herman G. 2,685,304. 

Treiss, Herman G.. Jr. 2.688.240. 

Voigt, Max T. 2,689.100. 
American Screw Co. : See — 

McHugh, Edward. 2,683,511. 
American Seal-Kap Corp. of Delaware : See — 

Goodwin, Carl W. 2,693,307. 

Martin, Harold W. 

Martin, Harold W., and Coly. 2,693,522. 

Rodman, Francis C. 

Vore, Herbert G., and Magalos. 
American Seal-Rite Corp. : See — 

Kinlsh, Arthur R. 2,688,165. 
American Seating Co. : See — 

Hoven, Alfred C, and Nordmark. 

Hoven, Alfred C., Nordmark. Poel, and Humphries. 
2,681,100. 

Morgan, Erving B. 

Nordmark, Walter E. 2,675,063. 

Nordmark, Walter E. 2,090,950. 

Nordmark, Walter E. 2,694,442. 

Sorenson, Benjamin C. 2,092,624. 
American Securit Co , The : See — 

Prachay, Jean tt. A. 2,690,629. 
American Sign & Indicator Corporation, assignee : See — 

Williams, Charles M. and L. G. 
American Sisalkraft Corp. : See — 

Jackson, Patrick T.. Jr. 2,696,244. 
American Smelting and Refining Co. : See — 

Lebedeff, Yurii E. 2,695,220. 

Lebedeff, Yurii E. 2,695,227. 

Lebedeff, Yurii E., Klein, and Stone. 2,695,228. 

Marriott, Richard A. 2,688.375. 

Smith, Albert A., Jr., and Howe. 2,695,845. 
American Smooth Saw Co., assignee : See — 

Ferrari, Ernest R. 
American Steel Dredge Co., Inc. : See — 

Schmidt, Fred f. 2,682,432. 
American Steel Foundries : See — 

Addison, Tom. 2,676,500. 

Addison, Tom. 2,680,658. 

Bachman, Fred B. 

2,085,942. 
2,690,241. 
2,693,152. 

and Seelig. 2,686,576. 
and Klausner. 2,691,431. 
. and Spelman. 2,695,686. 
and Whitney. 
~ 2,690,361 
2,688,481 



2.678.159. 
2,678,585. 
2,683,392. 
2.085.153. 
2,695,475. 

and Thorburn. 2,675,738. . 
and Lundstrom. 2,674,068. 



2,680,498. 
2,685,943. 
2,690,237. 
2,090.242. 
2,697,498. 

2,682,397. 



2,683,394. 



Bachman, Fred E. 

Bachman, Fred E. 

Bachman, Fred E. 

Bachman, Fred E., 

Bachman, Fred E., 

Bachman, Fred B., 

Baselt, Walter H., 

Bassett, Frederic H. 

Bergquist, Ernest C. 

Casey, William J., IIL 

Casey, William J., III. 

Casey, William J., III. 

Casey, William J., III. 

Casey, William J., III. 

Clasen, Claus J., and Werner. 

Cottrell, Robert B. 

Cottrell, Robert B. 2,683,426. 

Cottrell. Robert B., and Richardson. 

Heater, Charles L., and Cottrell. 2,697,406. 

Helsten, Wesley A. 

Kayler, Frank H. 

Kayler, Prank H. 2,680,526. 

Kayler, Frank H. 2,682,340. 

Kayler, Frank H. 2,684,237. 

Kavler. Frank H. 2,689,051. 

Kayler, Frank H. 2.689,052. 

Kayler, Frank H. 2,695,713. 

Kayler, Frank H. 2,695,714. 

Keysor, Harold C. 

Keysor. Harold C. 2,695,169. 

Kowalik, John J. 2,679,764. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



American Steel Foundries : See — Continued. 

Kowiilik. Jolin J. 2.088.9:18. 

Kulieke, Frederick C. 2,688,412. 

Maatman, Egbert J., and Lehrman. 

.Mclvinnon. Herbert N. 2,(190,817. 

Pearson, Carl V. 2,682,398. 

Ramos, Lawrence F. 

Ramos, Lawrence F., and Neumann. 2,695,167. 

Sabo, Stephen. 

Sabo, Steplien. 2,686,352. 

Schlefiel, Walter L., Jr. 2,694,985. 

Sedgwick, Robert K. 2,690,768. 

Seelig, Albert F., Jr. 

Tack. Carl li. 2,092,(1.59. 

Whitney, Loren L. 2,087,564. 
American Sterilizer Company, assignee : See — 

Jewell, Raymond L., and Dyckes. 
American Sugar Refining Co., The : See — 

Wimmer, Ernest L. 2,685,579. 

Wimmer, Ernest L. 2,680,777. 

Wimmer, Ernest L. 2,686,778. 
American Telephone and Telegraph Co. : See — 

Burwell, Gordon E. 2,077.011. 

Shepherd, Judson O'D. 2,691,064. 

Thompson, Bert H. 2,684,997. 

Yeomans, Lucien O. 
American Television, Inc. : See — 

Taylor. Warren G. 

Taylor, Warren G. 2,690,291. 
American Tire Machinery, Inc., assignee : See — 

Rawls, Vaughn. 
American Tool Works Co., The : See — 

Hoelscher, William G. 

Hoelscher. William G. 2,682,933. 

Hoelscher, William G. 2,687,065. 
American Trust Company, trustee, assignee : See — 

Hall, Winfield E., Jr., and R. JE. Hall, and Perriguey. 
2,677,489. 
American Tube Products, Inc. : See — 

Kirk, Chester H., Jr. 2,695,753. 
American Type Founders, Inc. : See — 

Pollock, Willard M. 2,697,398. 

Pollock, Willard M., and Sejeck. 

American Viscose Corp. : See — 
Anglada, Joseph A. 
Bauer, Ernest K. 2,697,251. 
Bauer, Ernest K., and James. 2,691,809. 
Banling, Adrianus L.. and Milne. 
Boyer, Walter T. 2,694.301. 
Chaney, David W., and Hoxie. 2,687,938. 
Chaney, David W., and Hoxie. 2,688,008. 
Chaney, David W., and Hoxie. 2,688,012. 
Chaya, John S. 2,694,848. 
Conti, John D. 2,675,746. 
Conti, John D. 2,684,210. 
Conti, John D. 2,685,769. 
Conti, John D. 2,685,770. 
Conti, John D. 2,686,128. 
Conti, John D. 2,688,356. 
Cornwell, Ralph T. K. 2,686,725. 
Cornwell, Ralph T. K. 2,686,744. 
Cox, Charles W. 
Cox, Charles W. 2,682,137. 
Cox, Charles W. 2,682,139. 
Curley. James B. 2.692.419. 

De Brabander, Camiel, and Rudbarg. 2,696,655. 
Dooley, William P. 
Downing, George. 2,675,050. 
Eisen. John B 

Swing, John F., Broslous, and Barber. 2,685,971. 
Fry. Horace P., Jr. 2,694,934. 
Gayler, Cecil W. 
Gayler, Cecil W. 2.692,405. 
Grantham, William G. 2,686,726. 
Hanse, William C. 
Heffelfinger. Robert D. 2.692.472. 
HlgKins, Thomas J., .Tr. 2.687,411. 
Hoxie. Howard M. 2.681,265. 
Jones. Michael G. 
Jones, Michael G. 2,688.111. 
Knopp, Wallace A. 2,678,504. 
Kulp, Maurice P., Vandenburgh. and Chance. 

2,689,784. 
Long, Ralph B. 2,690.047. 
Lowe. William B. 2,690,405. 
MacHenry, Richard. 2,688.380. 
McDermott, Henry J. 2,684,755. 
McDermott. Henrv J. 2.076.505. 
McDermott, Henry J. 2,690,313. 
McDermott. Henry J. 2.690.663. 
McDermott. Henrv J. 2,696.636. 
McDermott. Henry J. 2,696,637. 
McGraw Vincent G. 
Nelson, Seddon C. 
New. Harrv E. 2.679.072. 
Peters, Floyd G. 
Roberts, Ingham S. 2,684,566. 
Roberts. Ingham S. 2.694.912. 
Schappel. Joseph W. 2.679,449. 
Shafer. Hiram D. 2.674,841. 
Schlatter. Carl. 2,690,427. 
Shontz, William H. 
Tasker, Clinton W. 



American Viscose Corp. : See — Continued. 
Thompson, Donald C. 2,092,464. 
Trultt, Joseph A. 

Vandenburgh, Charles D. 2,685,839. 
Wade, Worth. 2,682,097. 
Wade, Worth. 2.682,895. 
Walmsley, Leslie L. 

Warreu. Almon V.. and Higgins. 2,691.600. 
Webb, Wesley L. 2,677,148. 
Whytlaw, Graeme G. 
Whytlaw. Graeme O. 2,679.195. 
American Vitrified Products Co. : See — 

Queberg, John C. 2,697,264. 
American Water Softener Co. : See — 
Kitrredge, Arthur B. 2,089,018. 
Waugh. Harvey C. 2.689.218. 
American Wheelabrator & Equipment Corp. : See — 
Berger. Franz ,T. 
Hutchison, Thomas J., Jr. 
Pring. Robert T. 2,690,275. 
American White Cross Laboratories, Inc.. The : See — 

Petersen. William. 2,080,943. 
Ames. Butler. 2,080,799. CI. 219—19. 
Ames, Butler. 2,090,788, CI. 15.5 — 22. 

Ames, Esthel W.. and R. L. Markle. to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric Corp. 2.091,753. CI. 318 — 251. 
Ames. Howard W. 2.095,433. CI. 22—100. 
Ames, Merle E. and R. C. 2,682,114, CI. 33 — 202. 
Ames, Robert G., assignor of one-half to G. W. Williams 
and one-fourth to S. Ames, Burlingame. Calif. Mastic- 
applying and finishing tool. 2,666,323, Jan. 19. 
Ames, Holland C. : See — 

Ames, Merle E. and R. C. 2,682,114. 
Ames, Stanley, assignee : See — 

Ames, Robert G. 
Amfitheatrof, Daniele, assignor of 50% to T. W. Talbot. 

2,678,991, CI. 219 — 37. 
Amiard, Gaston : See — 

Velluz, Leon, and Amiard. 2,693,475. 
Amick, Chevis T., to San Antonio Trunk Co. 2,693,259. 

CI. 190—26. 
Amico, Frank : See — 

Staccone, Valentine, and Amico. 
Amico, Joseph A. 2.680.902. CI. 29 — 193.5. 
Amico. Salvatore P.. East Boston, assignor to Sylvania 
Electric Products Inc., Salem, Mass. Crystal amplifier. 
2.673,311, Mar. 23. 
Amirikian, Arsham. 2,685,194, CI. 72—61. 
Amloid Co., The : See — 

Patremio, Martin. 2,686,387. 
Ammann, Bernard W., and R. A. Young, to The Emerson 

Electric Mfg. Co. 2,698,033, CI. 140 — 92.2. 
Ammco Tools. Inc. : See — 
Bllleter, Henry R. 
Bllleter. Henry R. 2.691.253. 
Ammen. Paul V. : See — 

Steele, Roger C, and Ammen. 2,674.295. 
Ammerman, Cecil L., Minneapolis, Minn. Ventilator. 

2,666,378. Jan. 19. 
Ammons, Joseph L. 2,692,027, CI. 183 — 66. 
Amon. Henrv .T. : See — 

Fleck, William P.. and Amon. 2.092,680. 
Amos. James L.. and F. J. Soderquist, to The Dow Chemi- 
cal Co. 2,683,180, CI. 200 — 669. 
Amos, James L., J. L. McCurdy. and O. R. Mclntire, to 

The Dow Chemical Co. 2,694,692. CI. 260 — 45.5. 
Amour, James, Frackville, Pa. No-spln differential. 

2,667,086, Jan. 26. 
Ampatco Laboratories Corp. : See — 

Marggraf. Kurt A., and Massmann. 2.690.531. 
Amperex Electronic Corporation, assignee : See — 

Bleeksma Jan. 
Ampex Electric Corp. : See — ■ 

Lindsay. Harold W. 2.683,568. 
Selsted. Walter T. 2.680,386. 
Ampro Corp. : See — 

Barany, Edmund. 2,678,971. 

Barany, Edmund, Bauman, and Sacketer. 2,688,053. 
Barany, Edmund, and Sackter. 2.087.881. 
Bauman, Harold W.. and Eddy. 2,086,846. 
Am Rhein, Leo F. 2,687,322, CI. 294 — 96. 
Amsler Morton Corporation, assignee : See — 

Herman, Carl L. 
Amster. Warren H., to The Hydrofoil Corp. 2.696.796. 

CI. 114 — 66.5. 
Amstutz. Edward D., to The Wm. S. Merrell Co. 2,684,372, 

CI. 260—328. 
Amthauer. Earl W. : See — 

Clapson. William .7., and Amthauer. 2.677.621. 

Amundsen, Paul L.. and W. A. Osip, assignors, by mesne 

assignments, to Parker Rust Proof Company. "Detroit. 

Mich. Coating process with alkali metal phosphate and 

added fluoride salt. 2.665,231, Jan. 5. 

Aniundson, Ernest L.. and C. G. Matthews, to Plasti-Clad 

Met.ll Products, Inc. 2,695,421. CI. 18 — l."^. 
Amundson. Errol C, and C. J. Dorner. 2,683,013, CI. 

248 — 145, 
Amund.«on. Roald H., and P. Smeltzer, to McGraw Electric 

Co. 2,686.908. CI. 340—227. 
Amy, Acevps & King, Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Amv. Ernest V.. and Kinsr. 2.677.110. 
Amv, Chris C. 2,679,664, CI. 20 — 52.4. 

Amy. Christopher C, and H. B. Harding. 2.680,035, CI. 
292—76. 



LIST OK PATENTEES 



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Amy, Ernest V.. and F. KiiiK, nssifinors to Amy, Aceves 

& Kins, Incorporated. 2,()77.110. CI. 33.3— I.M. 
Anaconda Copper Mining Co. : See — 

Emanuel. Waiter A., Sweeney, and Malioney. 
Tretlieway, Wiliiam J., Kennard, and Bulvcr. 
2,G89,989. 
Anaconda Wire and Cable Co. : See — 
Olson, Emii H. 2,()87,386. 
Olson, Emii II. 2.6S7.38(>. 
Olson. Emii II. 2,687.387. 
Peek. Chirence B., Jr. 2.0S9,2f)8. 
Roeiimann, Lvidwig F., and Duncan. 2,696,518. 
Anander, Andrew K., to Towers Cliemco, Inc. 2,694,33", 

CI. 88—24. 
Anchor Hocking Glass Corp. : See — 

Acton, Daniel D.. and Stuntz. 2,687,575. 
Brengman. Fred C. 2,674,939. 
Herrold. (Jordon W. 
Migley, William J. 
Stover. Harry E. 
Stover. Harry E.. and Stuntz. 
Anchor Post Products. Inc., assignee : See — 

Heyman, Benjamin, and Read. 
Anchors, George R. 2,682,084, CI. 18—55.1. 
Anco, Inc. : See — 

Stevenson, Robert. 2,684,684. 
Ancraft Products Co. : See — 

Ahmer, Carl W. 2,684,536. 
Anderau, Walter, assignor to Ciba Limited. 2,676,956, 

CI. 260 — 155. 
Anderau. Walter, and K. Seitz, to Ciba Ltd. 2,693,467, 

CI. 260 — 246. 
Anderegg. Edward W. 2,079.282. CI. 155 — 11. 
Anderegg. Frederick O. 2.687.041, Cl. 73—335. 
Anders, George D. 2.687,309, Cl. 280—6. 
Andersag. Hans : Ser — - 

Hiirlein, Hans U., Andersag, and Timmler. 2.691,023. 

Horlein. Hans U.. Andersag, and Timmler. 2,691.024. 

Westphal, Kurt. Andersag, and Widmann. 2,694.642. 

Andersag. Hans, Wnppertal-Elberfeld, H. Weese, Wup- 

pertal-Vohwinkel, and F. Bossert, Wuppertal-Elberfeld, 

Germany, assignors to Schenley Industries, Inc., New 

York, N. Y. Tris quinolinium compounds. 2,667,488, 

Jan. 26. 

Andersen, Arthur A., Crystal Lake, and B. C. Mathews, 

Cary, assignors to American Crop-Drying Equipment 

Company, Crystal Lake, 111. Moisture tester. 2,667,064, 

Jan. 26. 

Andersen. Arthur C, Selma, Calif. Furrow checker. 

2,672.083, Mar. 16. 
Andersen, Charles. 2.691,419, Cl. 170 — 165. 
Andersen Laboratories, Inc. : See^ 

Andersen, Walther M. A. 2,688,121. 
Andersen, Mark E. : See — 

Holbrook. Darwin L., Andersen, and Fairfield. 
2,695,202. 
Andersen, Mark E., to The Fafnir Bearing Co. 2,695,203, 

Cl. 308—72. 
Andersen, Martin G., Copenhagen, Denmark. Air-atom- 
ization device and burner arrangement for liquid fuel. 
2.671,504. Mar. 9. 
Andersen. Raymond C, Lombard, assignor to Chicago 
Metal Hose Corporation, Maywood, 111. Tube corrugat- 
ing machine. 2,669,278, Feb. 16. 
Andersen, Tengel. 2,690,849, Cl. 214 — 140. 
Andersen, Walther M. A., to Andersen Laboratories, Inc. 

2.688,121, Cl. 333 — 30. 
Andershock, Chester E., to Goodman Mfg. Co. 2,694,430, 

Cl. 151—21. 
.\nderson. Albert E., Winslow, Wash. Folding table leg 

mounting means. 2.665.961, Jan. 12. 
Anderson. Albert & J. M., Mfg. Co. : See — 

Pearce. William B., and Luck. 2,690,542. 
Anderson, Albin F. : See — 

Fox, Arthur L.. and Anderson. 2,678,901. 
Anderson, Alfred. 2,696,983, Cl. 271 — 59. 
Anderson. Arthur B. : See — 

Lighthall, Albert C, and Anderson. 2,685,529. 
.•Vnderson, Arthur J., to General Motors Corp. 2,688,780, 

Cl. 22—10. 
Anderson, Arthur R., assignee : See — 

Schmidt, Ernst O. 
Anderson, Arvid A., assignor to Safway Steel Products, 

Inc. 2,677,299, Cl. 85—33. 
Anderson. Arvid A., and R. M. Hauck, assignors to Safway 

Steel Products, Inc. 2,676,677. Cl. 189 — 26. 
Anderson, Arvid E., to Bethlehem Steel Co. 2,690,259, 
Cl. 209—166. 

Anderson. Axel, to Sundstrand Magnetic Products Co. 

2,688,403, Cl. 210—1.5. 
Anderson Box Company, assignee : See — 

Ferguson, Kenneth C, and Schaefer. 2,678,765. 
Anderson. Bror E. : See — 

Hoover, Keith S., and Anderson. 2,693,426. 
Anderson, Bror G. A., and N. Wallenborn, to Allmanna 

Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget. 2,685,017, Cl. 219 — 4. 
Anderson, Carl A., Laverne, Okla., assignor of one-third 

to B. L. Parker, Pampa, Tex. Aligning device for well 

grapples. 2,671,686, Mar. 9. 
Anderson, Carl A., and V. S. Danielson to W. H. 

Miner. Inc. 2,697,616, Cl. 280 — 481, 



Anderson, Chester S. 
Anderson, Clarence 

Electric Co., Ltd. 
Anderson, Clarence 

2,694,278, Cl. 51- 



2,693,638, 



2,683,283, 
2,683,284, 



Anderson, Carl R., AUcntown, I'a., assignor to Air Prod- 
acts, Incorporated. Chattanooga, Tenn. Pumping liquid 
oxygen. Ite. 23,799, Mar. 16. 

.VndiMson, Carl W., and L. U. Boarts, assignors to North 
American -Vvlation, Inc. 2,678,015, Cl. 113—44. 

Anderson, Charles H. J., and J. H. F. van Werd, Eindhoven, 
Netherlands, assignors to Hartford National Bank and 
Trust Company, Hartford, Conn., as trustee. Lamp cap 
for tubular electric lamps. 2,668,277, Feb. 2. 

Anderson, Charles H. J., and J. H. F. van Werd, to Hart- 
ford National Bank and Trust Co,, as trustee. 2,692,310, 
Cl. 200 — 51.09. 

Anderson, Charles M. 2,696,913, Cl. 209—169. 

Anderson, Charles N., to Boeing Airplane Co. 2,684,424, 
Cl. 219 — 4. 

Anderson, Charles S., Minneapolis, Minn. Turret tool- 
holder for lathes. 2,672,676, Mar. 23. 

2,677,192, Cl. 33—207. 
A., and W. H. Barrie, to Northern 
2,683,254. Cl. 333—36. 
E., to The Babcock & Wilcox Co. 
^.v,^^,^.^, V... ....— 245. 

Anderson, Clayton & Co. : See — 
Sinclair, Alfred C. 2,690,115. 

Anderson, David E., assignor to Thompson Products, Inc., 
Cleveland, Ohio. Supplemental fuel feed device. 
2,664,871, Jan. 5. 

Anderson Die Casting & Engineering Corp. : See — 
Bennett, James C. 2,685,922. 

Anderson, Donald E.. and W. F. Wegst, to Wyandotte 
Chemicals Corp. 2,089,225. Cl. 252 — 99. 

Anderson, Earl I., to Radio Corp. of America. 2,686,276, 
Cl 315 27 

Anderson, Earl I., to Radio Corp. of America. 2,689,299, 
Cl. 250—27. 

Anderson, Edward G., and O. M. Toennies, to The E. Kahn's 
Sons Co. 2,694,217, Cl. 17—1. 

Anderson, Edwin B., to Eastern Tool & Mfg. Co. 
Q\ 29 552. 

Anderson, Einar H., La Grange Park, 111. Jaw crusher. 
2,670,141, Feb. 23. 

Anderson, Eric W., assignor to Dohm and Nelke Incor- 
porated. 2,677,881. Cl. 30—5.5. 

Anderson, Eric W., to Dohm and Nelke Inc. 
C). 17—32. 

Anderson, Eric W., to Dohm and Nelke, Inc. 
Cl. 17—32. 

Anderson, Florence B., Winnetka, 111., assignor to Motor 
Products Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Refrigerating sys- 
tem including defroster drainage receptacle and support 
therefor. 2,667,042. Jan. 26. 

Anderson, Floyd E. 2,696,488, Cl. 260 — 256.4. 

Anderson, Francis W. : See — 

Pankonin. Willard F. 2,695,181. 
Stolk, William G. 

Anderson, Frank A. 2,677,573, Cl. 296 — 44. 

Anderson, Prank W., North Weymouth, assignor to Murphy 
Automatic Pinsetter Company, Inc., Somerville, Mass. 
Bowling pin handling machine. 2,668,713. Feb. 9. 

Anderson. Frlthiof B., to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. 
2,683,777, Cl. 179 — 171. 

Anderson, George. 2,683,619. Cl. 296 — 44. 

Anderson, George W., Darien. Conn., assignor to American 
Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Diesterphosphite- 
amides of aminoacid derivatives. 2,673,871, Mar. 30. 

Anderson, George W., to American Cyanamid Co. 
2,691,010. Cl. 260-112. 

Anderson, Gordon C, Biddeford, Maine, assignor to Saco- 
Lowell Shops, Boston, Mass. Textile balling machine. 
2,664,594, Jan. 5. 

Anderson, Harold G. : See — 

Parsons, George B., Anderson, and MacVelgh. 
2,697,990. 

Anderson, Harold J., to Northeast Tool & Die Works, Inc. 

2,685,005, Cl. 200—61.89. 
Anderson, Harry A. : See — 

Armstrong, Daniel A., Carlson, and Anderson. 
2,696,188. 
Anderson, Harry C, and C. J. Delaney, to Socony-Vacuum 

Oil Co., Inc. 2,681,303, Cl. 196—19. 
Anderson, Harry G., and R. W. Rivett, to Abbott Labora- 
tories. 2,686,750, Cl. 167 — 81. 
Anderson, Henry. 2,695,731, Cl. 222 — 3. 
Anderson, Henry W. 2,693.648. Cl. 3.5 — 4 
Anderson, Hilda E., Ironwood, Mich. 

2,667.711, Feb. 2. 
Anderson, Hilda E. 2,688,171, Cl. 24—85. 
Anderson, Hugo F., to Hastings Mfg. Co. 2,693,398, Cl. 

309 — 45. 
Anderson, J. R., & Co.. Aktiebolag : See — 

Thorstensson-Rydberg, Carl A. S. 2,688,468. 
Anderson, James A. 2,681,438, Cl. 336 — 117. 
Anderson, James A., Jr. : See — 

Hastings. Sam H,. Anderson, and Watson. 2,693,495. 
Wadley, Edward F., and Anderson. 2,688.629. 
Wadley, Edward F.. and Anderson. 2.688,630. 
Anderson. James H., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand Company. 
2,675,172. Cl. 230—27. 

Anderson. James N., Caldwell, and W. S. Viall, Jr., Mill- 
burn, N. J., assignors to Curtiss-Wright Corporation. 
Limit switch. 2.670,415, Feb. 23. 

Anderson, James R., London. England. Propeller-.iet pro- 
pulsion system for aircraft, 2,665,082, Jan. 5. 



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Anderson, Jiiiucs T., anJ II. K. Ward, assignors to General 
Electric Compan.v. 2,67(!,894, CI. 117 — 33.5. 

Anderson, James T., and R. S. Wells, to General Electric 
Co. 2,097,070, CI. 252—301.4. 

Anderson, John P. 2,070,213, CI. 179—150. 

Anderson, John P. : See — 

Sprague, Robert B., and Anderson. 2,080,350. 

Anderson, John R., to Bell Telephone Laborato.-ies, Inc. 
2.695,390, CI. 340—173. 

Anderson, John R., to Bell Telephone Laboratories. Inc. 

2.095.397. CI. 340—173. 

Anderson. John R., to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. 

2.095.398, CI. 340—173. 

Anderson, John W., and J. W. Hamilton, assignors to 
Airtron, Inc. 2,677,811, CI. 339—91. 

Anderson, Karl V., to American Locomotive Co. 2,686,398, 
CI. 60—13. 

.Vnderson, Lawrence W. : See- 
Wilson, Howard L., and Anderson. 2,089,835. 

Anderson, Leonard F., and W. S. Spott, Verona, N. J. Ap- 
paratus for cutting stumps. 2,671,478, Mar. 9. 

Anderson, Leslie J., assignor to Radio Corporation of 
America. 2,080,779. CI. 179 — 1. 

Anderson. Llovd L., assignor to Jervis Corporation. 

2.679.421, Cl. 292—332. 

Anderson, Lloyd L., assignor to Jervis Corporation. 

2.079.422, Cl. 292—332. 

Anderson. Lloyd L., and R. E. Johnson, assignors to 
Jervis Corporation. 2,679,423. Cl. 292—332. 

Anderson, Marie H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Combined holder 
and dispenser means for containers for semifluids and 
fluids. 2.065,824, Jan. 12. 

Anderson, Martin J., to Mathews Conveyer Co. 2,695,095, 
Cl. 198—189. 

Anderson. Nelson E.. Berkeley Heights, N. J. assignor to 
Air Reduction Company, Incorporated. Electric weld- 
ing. 2,673,278, Mar. 23. 

Anderson, Nelson E., to Air Reduction Co., Inc. 2,681,401, 
Cl. 219—8. 

Anderson, Nelson E., to Air Reduction Co., Inc. 2,695,148, 
Cl. 248 — 16. 

Anderson, Neville R. 2,689,580, Cl. 137 — 788. 

Anderson, Nigel I. 2,694.530. Cl. 241 — 40. 

Anderson, Norman C. to Electronics Corp. of America. 
2 692 574 CI 118 49. 

Anderson. Norman C, P. N. Bredesen, and P. J. Cade, 
assignors to Combustion Control Corporation. 
2,674,677, Cl. 201 — 03. 

Anderson, Norman J., to Branson Corp. 2,090,487. Cl. 
200—104. 

Anderson, Norman K.. to Warner Electric Brake & Clutch 
Co. 2.695,087, C\. 188 — 164. 

Anderson, Norman T. : See — 

Ingram. Orville, and Anderson. 

Anderson, Orrln B., Philadelphia, Pa. Receptacle for 
snelled fishhooks. 2,007,010, Jan. 26. 

Anderson, Orrin E., Philadelphia, Pa. Means for mount- 
ing snelled fishhooks in carrier receptacles. 2,670,563, 
Mar. 2. 

Anderson, Oscar F. : See — 

Grunsky, Charles, and Anderson. 2.687.324. 

Anderson, Oscar M., to Landers, Frary & Clark. 2,088,379. 
Cl. 183—37. 

Anderson. Philip P., Jr., to Servel, luc. 2,685,782, Cl, 
62 — 119. 

Anderson Products, Inc. : See — 

Ferguson, Warren T. 2,087,146. 

Anderson, Ralph A., Perth Amboy, N. J. Graph printina: 
machine. 2,071,548, Mar. 9. 

Anderson, Ralph A. 2,092,748, Cl. 248 — 125. 

Anderson, Ralph F. : See — 

Anderson, Swan F. 2.686,363. 

Anderson, Ralph F., Rockford, 111. Multiflavor ice cream 
nozzle. 2.673,675, Mar. 30. 

Anderson, Ralph L., East Moline, assignor to Deere & 
Company, Moline, 111. Gathering head for combines. 
2,609,082. Feb. 16. 

Anderson, Ralph L., East Moline, assignor to Deere & Com- 
pany, Moline, 111. Grain tank unloader. 2,670,031, 
Mar. 2. 

Anderson, Raymond J., assignor to The Dow Chemical 
Company, Midland, Mich. Treatment of water with 
calcium chloride fluoride. 2,671.755, Mar. 9. 

Anderson, Raymond J., to The Dow Chemical Co. 
2,690,430, Cl. 252—175. 

Anderson, Reed M. : See — ■ 

Schneider, Harold N.. and Anderson. 2,680,793. 

Anderson, Reinhold J. 2,090,566, O, 2 — 144. 

Anderson, Rex R., Bay City, Mich. Apparatus for com- 
partment heating. 2,668,066, Feb. 9. 

S., and J. R. Shull. 2,687,612, Cl. 



Ariderson, Richard 

60—39.28. 
Anderson, Robert E. 
Anderson, Robert F. 
Anderson, Robert I. 



2.675,229, Cl. 208 — 72. 
2.093,010, Cl. 20—62. 
-See— 
Winkler, Wynn G., and Anderson. 2.688.217. 
Anderson. Robert I., to The Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co. 

2 693,359, Cl. 273 — 47. 
Anderson, Robert M., assignee: See — 

Leiser. Royle E., and Soderberg. 
Anderson, Robert R.. Co. : See — 
Hummel, John C, 2,093.628. 
Anderson, Robert V. 2,691,279. Cl. 62 — 117,85. 



Andi'r.-<oii. Roger. 2,090.198, Cl. 140 — 145. 

Andcrijon, Rolf L., Montclair, N. J., and O. F. Bloni, .New 
York, N. Y. Flexible dust pan. 2,600,309, Jan. 19. 

Anderson, Ronald N. 2,085,150, Cl. 51 — 218. 

Anderson, Roy E.. assignor to General Electric Company. 
2,074,910, Cl. 88—14. 

Anderson, Stanley J. : See— 

Laurens. Mathew T.. and Anderson. 2,080,933. 

Anderson, Swan F., '/> to S. F. Anderson and '/• to R. F. 
Anderson. 2,680,303, Cl. 30 — 169. 

.\nderson, Thomas, lioselle, and P. B. Levitt, Millburn, 
N. J., assignors to Cities Service Research and Develop- 
ment Company, New York, N. Y. Lubricant pumping 
device. 2,070,719, Mar. 2. 

Anderson, Thomas F., assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. 2,679,493. Cl. 
■ 260—40. 

Anderson, Thomas F., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. 2,080,722. Cl. 
200 — 17.3. 

.Viider.son, Tore N. : See — 

Carr, Robert S., and Anderson. 2,698,353. 

.Anderson, Tore N., assignor to Airtron, Inc. 2,676,307, 
Cl. 333—22. 

Anderson, Velma, assignee : See — 
Fletcher, Russell H. 

.\nderson, Victor. Jerome, Idaho. Calendar clock. 
2,670,590, Mar. 2. 

Anderson, W. E., Inc., assignee : See — 
Webster, Raymond C. 

Anderson, Walter A., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Under- 
wood Corporation, New York, N. Y. Item retaining 
mechanism for accounting machines. 2,608,010, Feb. 2. 

.Anderson, Walter A., Trumbull, Conn., assignor to Under- 
wood Corporation, New York, N. Y. Total control mech- 
anism for accounting machines. 2.008.011, Feb. 2. 

Anderson, Walter A., to Underwood Corp. 2,684,747. 
Cl. 197—140. 

Anderson, Walter A., to Underwood Corp. 2,684,808, 
Cl. 235 — 60.47. 

Anderson, Walter A., to Underwood Corp. 2,692,486, Cl. 
64 — 29. 

Anderson. Walter A., to Underwood Corp. 2,092.556 Cl. 
101 — 336. 

.Vnderson, Walter J. : See— 

Pelletier, Lawrence, Anderson, and Fener. 

.Anderson, Walter L., Wichita, Kans. Collapsible ironing 
table. 2,669,794, Feb. 23. 

Anderson, Walter M. 2,687.561, Cl. 29 — 78. 

-Vnderson, Wilbur G., Jr., assignor to American Bos Board 
Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Collapsible floor dis- 
play stand. 2,006,531, Jan. 19. 

Anderson, Wilbur G., Jr., assignor to American Box Board 
Company. 2^675,156, Cl. 229 — 23. 

-Vnderson, William, assignee : See — 
Walton, Grant F. 

Anderson, William R. : See — 

Murphy. John H., and Anderson. 

-Anderson, William S.. assignor of one-half to 
man, Williamsport, Pa. Coal feed tube. 
Jan. 12. 

Anderson, William S., V> to J. E. Axeman. 
Cl. 110—162. 

-Vnderson, William T., Jr., and R. W. Samer, to Hanovia 
Chemical & Mfg. Co. 2,687,489, Cl. 313—211. 

-Anderson, Wilmer C, assignor to Deering Milliken Re- 
search Trust, Greenwich, Conn. Control device. 
2,070,503, Mar. 2. 

Anderson, Wilmer C, to Deering Milliken Research Trust. 

2.682,191, Cl. 88—14. 
Anderson, Wilmer C, to the United States of America as 
represented by the Secretary of the Naw 2,697,186, 
Cl. 317—123. 
Anderson Wilson L. : See — 

Hadden, Edward L., Gaston, and Anderson. 
-Vndersson, Karl N., to Aktiebolaget Bofors. 2,697,190, 

Cl. 318 — 28. 
Andersson, Nils : See— 

Torudd, Erik, and Andersson. 2,677.318. 
.\ndersson, Sten G., to Bolinders Fabriks Aktiebolag. 

2.692,631. Cl. 140—182. 
-Anderton, Sidney B., and E. E. C. Cawood, assignors to 
Nu-Swift. Limited, Elland. England. Charge for fire 
extinguishers. 2,670,803, Mar. 2. 
-Vndhop Patents Limited, assignee : See — 

Hopkins, Thomas H. M.T and Bauernfeind. 
Andis Clipper Co., assignee : See — 

Andis, Mathew and M. G. 
-\ndis, Mathew and M. G.. assignors to Andis Clipper Co.. 
Racine, Wis. Blade mounting and driver for hair clip- 
pers and the like. 2,668,351, Feb. 9. 
Andis, Matthew G. : See — 

Andis. Mathew and M. G. 
.Andler, Otto A. 2.6S8.902. Cl. 90 — 12. 

-Andonov, Christ. 2,690,738, CL 120 12.13. 

Andrade. Joan B. : See — 

Andrade. Vernon J., and J. B. 2.698,016. 
Andrade. Vernon J., and J. B. Andrade, to Nap-Cov Co. 

2.698.010, Cl. 128-280. 
-Vndrae, Ernst C. and S. F. E. Mever, to Reniimax Aktie- 
bolag, 2,696.537, Cl. 200—112. 
Andr.ae. Ernst Carl, assignee : See — 
Meyer, Sven P. E. 



J. E. Axe- 
2,665,796, 

2,682,237, 



LIST OF patentb:es 



19 



Andr^, Henri G., Montmorency, France, assignor to Yard- 
nev International Corp., New York, N. Y. Electrical 
aocninulator. 2,l)til)„')94. Feb. IC. 

Androas. Horhert. assignei' : Scf — 
Kadoniski, Hans. 

Andreasen, Alfred H. M. : ^'<■(■ — 

Frokjaor-Ji^nsen. Axel, and Andreasen. 

Andreasson, KudoU' \V., Detroit, Mich. Toolliolder. 
2,6G7,o57, Jan. 26. 

.indreini, Joseph C. : See — 

Weigold, Harold, and Audreini. 

Andreini, Joseph C. assignor to United States Rubber 
Company. 2.677.Sr)4. CI. IS — 45. 

Andren, Karl H., assignor to Artos Engineering Company. 
2.0S0..S04. ri. 81—9.51. 

Andres. Llovd J. 2.0T9.!)17. CI. 194—10. 

Andres. Llo.vd J., to Permo, Inc. 2,681,228, 01. 274—23. 

Andres. William A. : See — 

Zastrow. Thomas S., and Andres. 2,674,819. 

Andres. William A., C. W^ Clemons, and C. E. Trettel, to 
General Mills, Inc. 2,682,601. CI. 219 — 43. 

Andresen, John H., Jr. : See — 

Argentieri, Michael A., and Andresen. 2,689,951. 

-Andresen, Lornez J. : See — 

Crites, Joe, Bogot, and Andresen. 2,698.142. 

Andresen. Raymond H. 2,696.940. CI. 226 — 88. 

Andrew Corp. : See — 

Scheldorf, Marvel W. 2,687,475. 

Andrew, James B. W., Jr.. to Container Corp. of America. 
2,689,078. CI. 229—23. 

Andrew, James D., Jr., and W. H. Rowand, to The Bab- 
cock & Wilcox Co. 2.681.641, CI. 122 — 477. 

Andrew, Xeil. and M. F. Sproul, to Packless Metal Hose, 
Inc. 2.695,183, CI. 285—87. 

Andrew William P.. assignor to General Electric Com- 
pany. 2.678,371. CI. 219-10.79. 

Andrews, Alvadore M. 2.683,208, CI. 219 — 19. 

Andrews. Boley A., and G. M. Pro, to The Vendo Co. 
2,695.001, CI. 116 — 137. 

Andrews, Charles F. 2,674,970, 01. 114 — 208. 

Andrews, Clifton C, Wolcott, N. Y. Portable safety door 
latch. 2,673,112. Mar. 23. 

Andrews, Edward G. D. : See — 
Allen. Sidney, and Andrews. 

Andrews, Ernest G., assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated. 2,679,977, CI. 235 — 61. 

Andrews. Fred W., assignor to International Latex Cor- 
poration, Dover, Del. " Bathing cap. 2.664,569, Jan. 5. 

Andrews. Fred W., to International Latex Corp. 2,695,025, 
01. 128-287. 

Andrews, Harry E.. H. E. Comer, and D. D. Brown. 
2.684,751, 01. 198 — 144. 

Andrews. Herbert W., Westfield, N. J., 0. L. Carpenter, 
Brooklyn, N. 1'., and H. G. Houlton, Eidgewood, N. J., 
assignors to Colgate-Palmolive Company. Removing 
organic solvent from aqueous detergent solutions. 
2.673,208, Mar. 23. 

Andrews, John H. 2,688,095, 01. 250 — 65. 

Andrews, John M.. to York Corp. 2,688.849. 01. 62 — 4. 

Andrews, John M., to Flakice Corp. 2.691,275, 01. 62 — 7. 

Andrews, John R., Jr., assignor to Bachmann tJxbridge 
Worsted Corporation. 2,679.086, 01. 28 — 28. 

Andrews. John R., Jr., to Bachmann TJxbridge Worsted 
Corp. 2.689.515, 01. 98 — 40. 

Andrews, John R.. Jr., and R. Jacques, 
bridge Worsted Corp. 2.689,382, CI. 

Andrews. John S. 2,694.971. 01. 98—38. 

Andrews, John W., assignor to United States Steel Cor- 
poration. 2,675,345, 01. 202 — 57. 

Andrews, Joseph A., to Poor & Co. 2,686,601. 01. 213 — 34. 

Andrews, Joseph A., to Poor & Co. 2,691,555, CI. 308 — 87. 

Andrews, Kenneth J. M. : See — 

Morrison, Alexander L., Atherton, and Andrews. 
2,686,783. 

Andrews, Kenneth L., to Globe American Corp. 2,687,115, 
01. 119—77. 

Andrews, L. V., and O. Craig, assignors to Riley Stoker 
Corporation. 2.679,833, 01.^122 — 479. 

Andrews, Leonard W., London, assignor to Murex Lim- 
ited, Rainham, England. Adjustable die. 2,664,996, 
Jan. 5. 

Andrews. Mary M., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The B. F. Goodrich Company. Akron, Ohio. Making 
partitioned containers. 2,666,953, Jan. 26. 

Andrews, Norman F., Ankeny, assignor to Deere Manufac- 
turing Co., Dubuque, Iowa. Corn harvester. 2,665,538. 
Jan. 12. 

Andrews, Norman F., to Deere Mfg. Co. 2,687,132, 01. 

130—5. 
Andrews, Norman F., W. E. Slavens, and E. W. Adolphson, 

assignors to Deere Manufacturing Co. 2,680,015, 01. 

267—1. 

Andrews, O. B., Co. : See — 

Pennebaker. Lewis C. and Johnson. 2,692,721. 

Turner, William E. 2,690.290. 

Turner, William E., and Foster. 2,675,157. 
Andrews. Ray, to B. F. Drakenfeld & Co., Inc. 2,682,480, 
01. 117—38. 

Andrews, Robert L. : See — 

Hall. John M., Andrews, Madsen, and McOonnell. 
2,685,794. 



to Bachmann Ux- 
19—131. 



2,684,024. 



P. 2,674,209. 
Germany. Multiple 
Jan. 12. 



Andrews, Walter A., Littleover, Derby, assignor to Rolls- 
Royce Limited, Derby, England. Control means for air- 
craft and aircratt l)ower plant Installations. 2,671,620, 
Mar. 9. 
Andriot, Lawrence J., Jr., assignor to Puritan Cordage 

Mills. 2,078,724, CI. 206—56. 
Audrix. Frank H., to Bell Aircraft Corp. 2,695,143, 

CI. 241—17.11. 
Andrus, Jules, to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. 

2.691,858, 01. 51—263. 
Andrus. Orrin E., assignor to A. O. Smith Corporation. 

2,679,747, 01. 73 — 10. 
Andrus, Orrin E., to A. O. Smith Corp. 2,698,291, CI. 

204—196. 
Andrus, Rodney J., to the United States of America as 
represented by the Secretary of the Air Force. 2,686,400, 
01. 60—35.6. 
Andy Bros. Tire Shop assignee : See — 

Andy, Louis J. 2,675,047. 
Andy, Louis J., assignor to Andy Bros. Tire Shop. 

2,675,047, 01. 152—211. 
-Anello, Tony A., and E. La Course. 2,696,177, CI. 107 — 1. 
Anemostat Corp. of America : See — 

Honerkamp, Friedrich. 2,684,023. 
Kurth, Franz J. 
Kurth, Franz J. 2,684,025. 
Kurth, Franz J., and Phillips. 
Phillips, Leonard R. 2,687.076. 
Anetsberger Brothers, Inc. : Set — 

Anetsberger, Frank A. and J. F. 2,674,209. 
Whitehead, Dean. 2.(190,1-12. 
Anetsberger, Frank A. and J. P., assignors to Anetsberger 

Brothers, Inc. 2,674,209, CI. 107 — 9. 
Anetsberger, Joseph P. : See — 

Anetsberger, Prank A. and J. 
Anft, Otto, Berlin-Lichterfelile-Ost, 
compartraented bottle. 2,665,816, 
Angelica Uniform Co. : See — 

Weiser, Stanley A. 2.686,914. 
Angelillo, Aneal 0. 2,681,263, 01. 312—290. 
Angell, Robert C, assignor to The S. S. White Dental 

Manufacturing Company. 2,674,435, 01. 251 — 7. 
Angelmyer, Alfred A., Dayton, Ohio. Power unit. 

2,669,426. Peb. 16. 
Angelo, Joseph J., and 0. R. Setlow. 2,674,142, CI. 81 — 15. 
Angelus Engineering Corporation, assignee : See — 

Connell, Ralph. 
Angelus Sanitary Can Machine Oo., assignee : See — 

Peterson, William B., Jr., and Koeberle. 2,680,419. 
Angelus. William N. 2,689,517. 01. 99 — 345. 
Anggnieux, Pierre. 2,696,758, 01. 88 — 57. 
Anger, Ernest G., to Square D Co. 2.686,872, 01. 250 — 27 
Anger, Ernest G., Wauwatosa. and R. 0. Mierendorf. Mil- 
waukee, Wis., assignors to Square D Company, Detroit, 
Mich. Electromagnetic relay. 2,671,836, Mar 9. 
Anger, Robert R. 2,697,638, 01. 299 — 131. 
.\ngerson, Wilfred G. : See — 

Ball. John A., and Angerson. 2,679,055. 
Angert, Richard W. : See — 

Stoner, Harold B., and Angert. 
Angler Chemical Co., Inc. : See — 

Wilder. Arthur S., Oaplovich, and Bartholomew. 
2,688,585. 
Angler Corporation, assignee : See — 

Dearborn, Ernest R. 
Angiolini, Aristide, and R. Barbuti. 2,690,596, 01. 19 — 24. 
Anglada, Joseph A.. White Plains. N. Y., assignor to 
American Viscose Corporation, Wilmington. Del. Rein- 
forced package wrapper. 2,665,834, Jan. 12. 
Angle, Stephen J., assignor to American Locomotive Com- 
pany. 2.678,113. 01. 188 — 56. 
Anglin, Richard, Bridgeport, Conn. Loose-leaf binder. 

2,668,541. Feb. 9. 
-inglo-Iranian Oil Oo. Ltd. : See — 
MacLean, Thomas T. 
Porter, Frederick W. B. 2.697,682. 
Porter, Frederick W. B.. and Haresnape. 2,686,150. 
Porter, Frederick W. B., and Northcott. 2.687.985. 
Porter, Frederick W. B., Northcott, and Rowland. 
Wirth, Max M.. and Oldham. 
Withers, John G., Hulf, and Rubach. 
Angst, Paul, and W. Rabald. 2,696,665, CT. 30 — 43. 
Angst, Walter, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Kolls- 
man Instrument Corporation. 2,675,732, 01. 85 — 1.5. 
Angst, Walter, to Kollsman Instrument Corp. 2,689,480. 

CI. 73—387. 
Angus, George, and Co. Ltd. : See — 

Balkin, Mark, and Turner. 2,685,109. 
Angus, Thomas R., assignor. 
The Eagle-Picher Company. 

Anheuser-Busch, Inc. : See — 

Siefker, Joseph A., and Brasch. 
Animal Trap Oo. of America : See — 

Koch, Harold B. 2,680,930. 
Anjanos, Philip G., Beloit, Wis, Wind speed and direction 
indicator. 2,665,583, Jan. 12. 

Anjeskey, Alphonse P., to The Cleveland Crane & Engineer- 
ing Co. 2,696,920. 01. 214 — 16. 

Anken Film Co., Inc. : See — 

Strandberg, Ray U. 2,685.831. 

Anker, Frank J., and W. L. Schott. 2,689,525, 01. 
101—292. 



by mesne assignments, to 
2,679,667, 01. 20—69. 



2,691,590. 



20 



INDEX OF PATENTS. 1954 



Anker-Werke A. G. : ^^ec — 

Aurbach, Kurt. 2,078,001. 
Aurbach. Kurt. 2,090,710. 
Aurbach, Kurt. 2,090,872. 
Sobisch, .Tohannos. 2.081,010. 
TluH'nhai'isen, Ileinrich. 
Aiinen, Itobert, assiRnor to Roulements ft Bllles Minia- 
tures S. A. 2,079.440. CI. 308—183. 
Annen, Robert, to Roulements ft Bllles Minaturcs S. A. 

2,084,272, CI. 308—9. 
Annen, Robert, to Roulements ft Billes Miniatures S. A. 

2,680,.397, CI. .58—82. 
Annen, Robert, to Roulements ft Billes Miniatures S. A. 

2,e88..')21, CI. 308—187.2. 
Annen, Robert. 2,688,805, CI. 33—204. 
Annen, Robert, to Roulements ft Billes Miniatures, S. A. 

2,089,771, CI. 308—187.2. 
Annicq, .To.seph. 2,679,1.53. CI. 08-198. 
Annicq, .Toseph. 2,094,913. CI. 68—198. 
Annis, Richard R., Colebrook, N. H., S. Cohen, and H. 
Haselkorn, Asbury Park, N. J., assignors to the United 
States of America as represented by the Secretary of 
the Army. Contact potential variable potential charger. 
2,669,00.5, Feb. 16. 
Annis, Robert J. 2,077,344, CI. 115 — 3. 
Anschuetz, Harvey J., to Kaiser Motors Corp. 2,694,591, 

Ql 292 216 

Anschutz, Charles. 2,697,410, CI. 114 — 231. 
Anschutz, Charles. 2,097,442, CI. 137—235. 
Ansel, Gerhard, to The Dow Chemical Co. 2,688,400, CI. 

207—2. 
Ansel. Tracy S., assignee : See — 

Cox. Thomas O., Rankin, and Trott. 
Anskjaer, Emil R., Copenhagen, S. P. L. Nielsen, Frederiks- 
berg, and S. E. B. Svendsen, Copenhagen, Denmark. 
Friction type wedge-lock means for slidable side jaw 
wrenches. 2,667,096, Jan. 26. 
Ansley, Lloyd E. 2.693,048, CI. 43 — 42.41. 
Anslow, Winston K., Barnard Castle, assignor to Glaxo 
Laboratories Limited, Greenford, England. Preparation 
of penicillin salts. 2,071,782, Mar. 9. 
Anspon, Harry D., Easton, Pa., assignor to General Aniline 
& Film Corporation, New York, N. T. Dehydrohalogena- 
tlon of dihalopropionic acid 
Mar. 30. 
Anspon, Harry D., to General 

2,083,179, CI. 200—654. 
Anspon. Harry D., to General 

2,683,704. CI. 260—89.5. 
Anspon, Harry D., to General 

2.694,726. CI. 260 — 486. 
Anspon, Harry D., and F. E. Pschorr, to General Aniline 

& Film Corp. 2,683,705, Cl. 260 — 89.5. 
Anspon, Harry D., and F. E. Pschorr, to General Aniline 

& Film Corp. 2,684,341, Cl. 260—2.5. 
Anspon, Harry D., and F. E. Pschorr, to General Aniline & 

Film Corp. 2.686.174. a. 260—89.5. 
Anspon. Harry D., and F. E. Pschorr, to General Aniline & 

Film Corp. 2.687,555, Cl. 18 — 39. 
Anstalt fiir die Entwicklung von Erfindungen und Gewer- 
bliclien Anwendungen "Energa," assignee : See — 
Brandt, Edgar W. 

2.674,923. 
2,693,757. 
See— 
2,676.356. 
2,690,345, 



said Park to said 



compounds. 


2,673,875, 


Aniline & 


Film Corp. 


Aniline & 


Film Corp. 


Aniline & 


Film Corp. 



Brandt, Edgar W. 

Brandt. Edgar W. 
Anstalt Unda, assignee 

Becker, Walter. 
Anstine, Roland W. 



Cl. 285—27. 
2,691,359, Cl. 



119—20. 



Anstiss, Emerson A. and H. 
Anstiss, Hazel L. : See — 

Anstiss. Emerson A. and H. L. 2,691,359. 
Ansul Chemical Co. : See — 

Guise. Arthur B. 2,681,115. 

Guise, Arthur B. 2,090,229. 

Roney, Charles. 

Zellner. Robert J. 2,686,407. 
Ansul-Craft. Inc., assignee : See — 

Perry, Edward D., and Garzone. 
Antalt fur die Entwicklung von Erfindungen und Gewer- 
blichen Anwendungen Energa : See — 

Brandt, Edgar W. 2,685,232. 
Antenbrlng. Stanley V. : See — 

Dauphlnee, Enna E., and Antenbrlng. 2,685,293. 
Anterni, Louis : See — 

Asti. Mansueto, and Anterni. 2,679.087. 
Anthes, Clifford C, Union, N. J., assignor to Union Car- 
bide and Carbon Corporation. Blowpipe with rotatable 
locking collar for quickly detachable head. 2,672.924, 
Mar. 23. 
Anthes Force Oiler Co. : See — 

Taylor, Charles R. 2,694,358. 
Anthony, Benjamin F., to The Ferro Engineering Co. 

2,697,860, Cl. 22 — 192. 
Anthony, John W. : See — - 

Flaws, John, Jr., and Anthony. 2,683.473. 

Flaws. John, Jr., and Anthony. 2,696.849. 
Anthony Co. : See — - 

Anthony, William C. 2,684,864. 

Anthony, William C. 2.685,475. 

Park, Glenn S. 2,684,770. 

Park, Glenn S. 2.689,764. 
Anthony, Russel W. : See — 

Psenka, Joseph A., and Anthony. 2,684,612. 
Anthony, William C, to Anthony" Co. 2,684,804, CI. 
298—22. 



Anthony, William C, to Anthony Co. 2,085,475, Cl. 

Anthony, William C, and G. S. Park; 

Anthony. 2,684,631, Cl. 103 — 41. 
Anthracite Equipment Corp. : See — 

Johnson, Raymond C. 2,089,500 
Antl, Lloyd V. : See— 

Resek, Marc, Schultz, and Antl. 2.693,849. 
Resok, Marc. Scluiltz, and Antl. 2.693.913. 
Antles, Leo C. Wcnatche. Wash. Treating and applying 

live pollen. 2,069,066, Feb. 16. 
Antoine, Tassilo, V. Griinberger, G. Kodal. K. Wasner and 
A. Kenzlan, to Optische Werke C. Relchert. 2,697,431, 
Cl. 128 — 6. 
Anton, Nicholas. 2,080,187, Cl. 219 — 26. 
Antonelli, Lorenzo. 2,674,342, Cl. 183 — 57. 
Antonson. John 0., Akron, Ohio, assignor to 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Tire 
ice. 2,670,024, Feb. 23. 
Antonucci, Rose M. : See — 

Bernstein. Seymour, Antonucci and 
Antosh, John G., Rhinelander, Wis 

2,660,485, Jan. 19. 
Antosiewicz, Bernard S. : See — 

Polster, Alfred, Glow, Shorey, and 
2,695,482. 

Antoski, Arnold J., St. Paul, Minn., assignor of fifty per- 
cent to B. S. Phillips, Myron, Ark. Book matches and 
cover therefor. 2,065,000, Jan. 5. 
Anttonen. Walter J. 2,693,206, Cl. 143 — 32 
Anxionnaz, Rene, and R. J. Imbert, of V2 to said Anxlon- 

Rateau (Soclete Anonyme). 



The B. P. 
for use oa 



Heller. 
Rotary 



cutter. 



Antosiewicz. 



L. SSdille. % to said Anxion- 
Rateau (Societe Anonyme). 



Inc. : See — 
2,677,230. 
2,690,049. 
2,095.493. 



2,079,151. 



See— 



naz and % to Societe 
2,683,964, Cl. 60 — 39.17. 
Anxionnaz, Ren6, and M. H 
naz, and % to Societe 
2,693,674, Cl. 60—35.6. 
Apex Accessories Co. 
Pinson, Alfred. 
Pinson, Alfred. 
Pinson, Alfred. 
Apex Electrical Mfg. Co. : See — 

Cockerill, Gerald I., and Sindelar 
Cockerill, Gerald I., and Dunes. 
Frantz, Paul E. 2,680,526. 
Frantz, Paul E. 2,692,026. 
Kirby, James B. 
Kirby, James B. 2,683,304. 
Kortepeter, Ralph E., and Archbold. 
Lotz, Ralph W. 2,683,900. 
Wied. Julius P. 2.679,068. 
Apex Machine & Tool Company, The, assignee 

Fischer, Harry G.. and Wondling. 
Apgar, Charles W., assignor to A. L. Rosenfeld. C. W. 
Apgar, and F. R. Mann, trustees. 2,678,716, Cl. 198 — 
3o. 
Apgar, John N. 2,081,236. Cl. 280 — 433. 
Apothgloz, Robert, to Machine Tool Works Oerlikon, Ad- 
ministration Co. 2,685,253, Cl. 102 — 78. 
Applegate, Earl C, Chicago, HI. Hand tool. 2,670.579, 

Mar. 2. 
Applegate, Raymond P.. Hlcksville, assignor of one-half 
to C. P. Molla, New Hyde Park. N. Y. Yleldable ship- 
ping mount for missiles and the like. 2,670,166, Feb. 23. 
Applegate, Vernon C. : See — 

Stahl, William L., and Applegate. 2.688.116. 
Appleman, Theodore C. : See — 

Clark. Earl K., and Appleman. 2,692,957. 
Appleman. Theodore C, to Westinghouse Electric Corp. 

2,693,165, Cl. 116—124. 
Appleton, Albert, to T. & T. Vicars Ltd. 2,693,154. CI. 
107—12. 

Appleton, Arthur I. 2,674,470, Cl. 285 — 6.5. 
Appleton, Arthur I. 2,687,757, Cl. 151—37. 
Appleton, Arthur I. 2,697,573, Cl. 248 — 57. 
Appleton, Arthur I., and N. A. Tornblom, to Appleton 

Electric Co. 2,686,216, Cl. 174—81. 
Appleton Electric Co. : See — 

Appleton, Arthur I., and Tornblom. 2,686,216. 
Appleton, Norton A., and Krause. 
Tornblom, Nils A. 2.687,904. 
Appleton, Joe S. 2.696.705. Cl. 90 — 59. 
Appleton, Norton A., and R. J. Krause. assignors to Ap- 
pleton Electric Companv, Chicago. 111. Locking device 
for push-button stations. 2,073,259, Mar. 23. 

Appleton, Scott S. : See — 

Brenner, INIlllard M., Appleton, Llppel, and Hamsher. 
2,685,054. 
Appliance Engineering Co., assignee : See — 

Beuscher, William B. 
Applied Research Laboratories, assignee : See — 

Hasler, Maurice F.. Proctor Kemo. and Lindhurst. 
2,675,734. 

Aquino. Salvatore A. : Sec — 

Glroux, Alexander L., and Aquino. 2,693,308. 
Glroux. Alexander L,. and Aquino. 2,693,309. 
Aquino, Salvatore A., to The Hinde & Dauch Paper Co. 

2,684,758, Cl. 206 — 46. 
Arabian, Karekin G., Houston. Tex,, assignor to Shell 
Development Company, San Francisco. Calif. Prepara- 
tion of paraffin waxes. 2,668,140, Feb. 2. 
Arant, Perry. 2,678,158, Cl. 231—2. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



21 



Arant, Perry, to Clayton Mfg. Co. 2,697,868, CI. 
29 — 157.3. 

Arbeit, Pierre, and P. La Burthe, assignors to Soclete 
Anonyme <lt's Manufactures des duces et Produits 
Chiniiques de Saint Gobain, Chauny & Cirey. 2,677,003, 
CI. 13—6. 

Arbeit, Pierre, and L. Thebault, to Societe Anonyme des 
Manufactures des Glaces et Produits Cbiniiques de Salnt- 
Gobain, Chauny & Cirey. 2,686,820. CI. 13—6. 

Arbeit, I'iorre, and P. La Burthe. to t^ociete Auonyme des 
Manufactures des Ghiees et Produits Chiminues de 
Saiut-Gobain, Chauny & Cirey. 2,691,689. CI. 13 — 6. 

Arbogast, Ray D., to Burgess Battery Co. 2,686,214, CI. 
136—111. 

Arborgh, Alje, and E. Krantz, to A. B. Svenska FlalJtfab- 
rilien. 2,684.836, CI. 261—112. 

Arbuclile, Lawrence L. 2.680,007, CI. 257 — 2. 

Arcadia Metal Products, Inc., assignee : See — 
Le Bon, Charles B.. IIL 

Archbold, Ralph L. : See — 

Kortepeter. Ralph E.. and Archbold. 

Archer, Charles B., Homestead Park. Pa. Piano flange 
reamer and repinnlng tool. 2,668,463, Feb. 9. 

Archer-Daniels-Midland Co. : See — 
Weber, Ralph O. 2,692,199. 

Archer, Henry. Tnrontn. Ontario, Canada. Holding device 
for fish lures. 2.66.1..")17. Jan. 12. 

Archer, Hugh M. 2,684,674, CI. 128 — 214. 

Archer, Irving M.. assignor to Campbell Taggart Research 
Corporation. 2,676.718. CI. 214—308. 

Archer, John \V. 2.68S.788. CI. 25 — 131. 

Archer, Sydney, to Sterling Drug Inc. 2,681,353. CI. 
260 — 397.4. 

Archer, Sydney, to Sterling Drug Inc. 2,682,544, CI. 
260—294.8. 

Archibald, Frederick R., Daluth, Minn., assignor to United 
States Steel Corporation. Flotation method and reagent. 
2.669.355. Feb. 16. 

Archibald, Frederick R., Toronto. Ontario. Canada, as- 
signor to United States Steel Corporation. Preparing 
flotation reagents. 2.669.545. Feb. 16. 

Arco Company The, assignee : See — 
Lansing, Charles B.. and Hart. 

Arcns, Alex A. : See — 

Luttringhans, Hans, and Arcus. 

Ardell. Edgar : See — 

Wimmer, Ludwig, and Ardell. 2,686,623. 

Arden, Thomas T. : See — 

Caparone, Michael J., and Arden. 2,695,056. 

Ardis, Alan E., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, assignor to The B. 
F. Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Stabilized 
compositions comprising monomeric 1,1-dicyano ethyl- 
ene. 2,665.298, Jan. 5. 

Ardis, Alan E., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, assignor to The B. 
F. Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Stabilized 
compositions comprising monomeric 1,1-dlcyano ethyl- 
ene. 2.665,299, Jan. 5. 

-\rdito, William, West Springfield, Mass., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Suction cjeaning apparatus. 2,670,896, Mar. 2. 

-irdizzone, i^ouis J., New York, N. Y. Hand chess stamp. 
2,673,518. Mar. 30. 

Ardolino, Anthonv G. 2,695.472, CI. 46 — 98 

Ardolino. Lewis R.. to C. A. Freda. 2,682,879 CI 132 — 50 

Arelt, Eugene G., to Onondaga Pottery Co. 2,690,620, CI. 
oo — 1 i ■*. 

Arelt, Eugene G., to Onondaga Pottery Co 2.696.918, 
a. 214 — 1. 

Arena, Anthony E. 2,691,848. CI. 47 — 26. 

Arena, Santi J. : See — 

King, Reginald B., and Arena. 2.679,030. 

Arenco Aktiebolag : See — 

Nilsson, Johan G. 2,698,076. 

Arens, Egmont, New York, N. Y., assignor to Federal 
Electric Products Company, Newark, N. J. Switch- 
handle lock. 2,672,746, Mar. 23. 

A rent, Marvin : See — 

Fairchild, Edwin B. 2,698.120. 

Arentzen, Einar M., to Lee-Norse Co. 2,695,164 CI 
262 — 20. 

Arenz, Donald, and R. L. Adolf, 2,677,254. CI. 62 — 141 

Areola, Benlgno R. 2.684.548, CI. 41 — 15. 

Arey, Ralph G., assignor to Ward Machine Company, 
Inc., Brockton, Mass. Crimping tool. 2,664,772 
Jan. 5. , 

Arf, Herman R.. to General Motors Corp. 2,689,463, CI. 

62 — 2. 
Argentieri, Michael A., and J. H. Andresen, Jr., to Kolls- 

man Instrument Corp. 2,689,951, CI. 340 — 345. 
Argentieri, Peter A., to Connor Engineering Corp 

2,687,746, CI. 137—614.11. 

-irgodale, John, assignor to Twin Cities Container Cor- 
poration. 2,676.749, CI. 229 — 34. 
Arguimban, Lawrence B., and J. Granlund, assignors, bv 
mesne assignments, to Research Corporation. 2,674,690, 
CI. 250—20. 
Argus Cameras, Inc., assignee : See — 

Wilkinson, Leonard A. 
Argus Chemical Laboratory, Inc., assignee : See — 
Leistner, William E., and Hecker. 2,680,107. 
-Vries, Robert S. : See — 

Ziindel, Jean E., and Aries. 
Ari.sman, Fred J. 2,676,061, CI. •299—107.2. 



Arlsman, Mervin B. : See — 

Daily, Arthur M., Arisman, and Pierce. 
Daily, .Vrthur M., Arisniau, and Pierce. 2,695,933. 
Vakavlk. Adrian J., and Arisman. 
Ariss, Oliver R. 2,083,553, CI. 220—90. 
Arizio. Antonio. 2,691.5 12. CI. 202 — 12. 
Arkawj', Seymour .Al. : Net- — 

Smith, Stanley J., and Arkawy. 2,691,304. 
Arkell Safety Bag Company, assignee : Sec — 
Doyle, James F., and Onasch. 2,679,887. 
Maynes, Harold H. 2,677,496. 
Arkell and Smitlis, assignee : See — 
Jones, Tom L. 
Robinson, Paul C. 
Searic, Robert F. 
Arkis. Jerome W. : See — 

Woitkanip. Alfred W.. Arkis, and Flint. 2,676,955. 
Ark-Les Switch Corp. : See — 

Davi.s. Stafford E. 2,681,447. 
Sanda, Laddie A. 2,686,851. 
Arkless, Richard S. 2.081,685, CI. 154 — 42. 
Arkus, Henry, assignor to Hazeltine Research, Inc. 

2,675,472, CI. 250—27. 
.\rliss, Stanley A., Long Hill. Conn. Auxiliary tool adapter 

for drill presses. 2,669,162, Feb. 16. 
Arlt, Herbert G., Jr. : See — 

Webb, John S., and Arlt. 2,675,385. 
Arma Corporation, assignee : See — 

Bishop, Ronald L. 2,677,194. 
Armacost. Wilbur H., to Combustion Engineering, Inc. 

2,687,096, CI. 103—111. 
-Armacost. Wilbur H., to Combustion Engineering, Inc. 

2,695,599, CI. 122 — 479. 
Armacost, Wilbur H., to Combustion Engineering, Inc. 

2.697,422, CT. 122—333. 
Arman, Adrian N., to Pirelli-General Cable Works Ltd. 

2,697,867, CI. 29 — 155.5. 
Armant, David L., and H. S. Sigurdson, assignors to 

National Lead Company. 2,680,681, CI. 75—11. 
Armantrout, Kenneth M., assignor to Borg-Warner Cor- 
poration. 2,676,684, CI. 192—53. 
Armatys, Edward F., New York, assignor to Sun Chemical 
Corporation, Long Island City, N. Y. Textile printing 
water-in-oil emulsions having as the oil phase a thermo- 
plastic resin plastisol emulsified in a thermosetting resin 
lacquer. 2,668,159, Feb. 2. 
Armbrecht, Charles : See — 

Steinbock, Edmund A., Armbrecht, and Steinbock. 
2,696,022. 
Armbrust, Henry N., to Proportioneers, Inc. 2,681,153, 

CI. 210—144. 
Armco Steel Corp. : See — 

Asbury, Ralph E., and Wiley. 2,690,492. 

Bloom, Fredrick K. 2,687,955. 

Carruthers, Maurice E. 

Clarke, William C, Jr. 2,695,844, 

Clarke. William C, Jr. 2,697,035. 

Espy, Ronald H. 2,695,872. 

Haves, Selden C, and Lomakin. 2,694,001. 

Hudson, Edwin B. 2,685,807. 

Jennings, Paul A. 

Kingston, Walter E., Zavarine, and Bussert. 

2,697,869. 
Loveless, Donald L. 2,680,070. 
Rice, Edgar E., and Foley. 2,694,741. 
Tanczvn, Harrv. 2,694,626. 
Tanczyn, Harry. 2,696,433, 
Armento, William H., assignor to General Aniline & Film 

Corporation. 2,676,957. CI. 260—172. 
Armentrout, Arthur L., Long Beach, Calif. Liner hanger 

and actuator therefor. 2,670,045, Feb. 23. 
Armentrout, Arthur L., Long Beach, Calif. Grlpper. 

2,670,797, Mar. 2. 
Armentrout, Arthur L. 2,683,690, CI. 252 — 8.5. 
Armeny. Percy J. : See — 

Schnell, Albert, and Armeny. 2.691,214. 
Armerding, Anthony H., assignor to Armerding Develop- 
ments, Inc. 2,675,590, CI. 20—52. 
Armerding Developments, Inc., assignee : See — 

Armerding, Anthony H. 2,675,590. 
Armington. Raymond Q., Shaker Heights, assignor to The 
Euciid Road Machinery Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Swivel 
connection for hydraulic hoist. 2,670,717, Mar. 2. 
Armington, Raymond Q., and H. C. Schindler, to General 

Motors Corp. 2.092.584. CI. 121 — 46. 
Armington, Stewart F., assignor, by mesne assignments, 

to General Motors Corporation. 2,680,611, CI. 267 — 56. " 
Armistead, WiUiam H., to Corning Glass Works. 2,688,559, 

CI. 106—52. 
Armistead, WiUiam H., to Corning Glass Works. 

CI. 106—52, 
Armistead, William H., to Corning Glass Works. 

CI. 106—52. 
Armistead, William H., to Corning Glass Works 

CI. 49—92. 
Armistead, William H., to Corning Glass Works. 

CI. 106 — 53. 
Armitage, Bronson W.,_ assignor^ of one-half 



2,688,560, 
2,688,561, 
2,691,855, 
2,692,833, 



to 



Oreg. Christmas tree 



W. A. 
stand. 



Forbes, Portland, 
2,670,163. Feb. 23. 
Armitage, Clifford F.. South Orange, assignor to Colloid 
Chemical Laboratories, Inc., Cedar Knolls. N. J. Treat- 
ing cashew nut shell liquid with fluoboric acid. 
2,669,554, Feb. 16. 



22 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Arinitage, Ethel V. : See — 

ArmltaKC Lo Roy. 2,094,119. 
ArmitaKO, Frank. 2,076,159, CI. 260—22. 
Armltago. Joseph B., to Kearney & Trecker Corp. 

2,682,182, CI. 77—5. 
Arinitage, Josepli B.. to Kearney & Trecker Corp. 

2,G97,!)()5. CI. !K) 20.."). 
Arniilage, Joseph B., and J. B. Lukey, to Kearney & 

Trecker Corp. 2,()92,r)18. CI. 77—3. 
Armitage, Le Koy, deceased ; E. D. Armitage, executrix, 
to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. 2,094,119, CI. 
200-91. 
Armour and Co. : See — 

Barr. James A., Jr., and Bunge. 2,695,100. 

Brault. Robert G., and Reck. 2,695,284. 

Bunding, Irby M. 

Cornwell, Earl D. 

emitter, George T. 2,686,798. 

Harrington, Bertie S. 

Harrington, Bertie S. 2,697,446. 

Harwood, James, Hoerr, and Reck. 

Lolli, August L. 2.089.20.3. 

Maxwell, Loyal C, and Hinkel. 2,674,560. 

Maxwell, Loyal C, and Hinkel. 2,695,861. 

Plambeck, Peter D. 2,686,708. 

Potts, Ralph H. 2,674,570. 

Robinson, Howard M. 2,690,839. 

Roland, John P., Jr^ and Gross. 

Thompson, Robert E. 

Thompson, William M. 2,686,148. 

Turlnsky, Otto, and Reck. 
Armour Research Foundation of Illinois Institute of 
Technology : See — 

Camras, Marvin. 

Camras, Marvin. 2,683,774. 

Camras, Marvin. 2,686,280. 

Camras, Marvin. 2,094,107. 

Camras, Marvin. 2,694.656. 

Wiegand. David E. 2,694.109. 

Zenner, Raymond E. 2,675,185. 
Arms, Merton H., assignor to Bryant Chucking Grinder 
Company, Springfield, Vt. Finishing internal bores. 
2,671,297, Mar. 9. 
Armstrong, Adam E. 2,687,851, CI. 236 — 1. 
Armstrong, Alfred, and P. Wake. 2,677,339, CI. 111—85. 
Armstrong, Bruce, to Jackson & Church Co. 2,685,108, 

CI. 19—5. 
Armstrong, Christopher A. 2,687,842, CI. 230 — 58. 

Armstrong Cork Co. : See — 

Barsy, Imre J. 

Bezman, Irving I. 2,696,447. 

Bishop, Le Roy D., Barnett, Gentel, and Leman. 
2,697,528. 

Carlucci, Herbert J. 2,680,586. 

Eaby, Le Roy, and Schmoyer. 2,674,764. 

Eckert, Lewis W. 2,684,342. 

Edwards. William A., Jr. 2,695,003. 

Elliott, Charles G. 

Emig, John W. 2,691,796. 

Gard, George E. 

Heinzelman, Earl E. 2.681.471. 

Helnzelman. Earl E. 2,697,250. 

Holloway, James P. 2,692,118. 

Kyle, Joseph H. 2,676,315. 

Lescallette, Richard F. 2,692,670. 

Lewis, Mathias S.. and JIcGarvey. 2,675,623. 

Lockwood, Louis H. 2,692,164. 

Lockwood, Louis H.. and Yohn. 

McCarthy, J. Clarence. 2,689,981. 

McGarvey, Alan R. 2,690.100. 

McGarvey, Alan R. 2,690,393. 

Menefee. Samuel W. 2.696.319. 

Moore, Donald W., and Searl. 

Morrison, Walter E. 2,675,118. 

Ostermayer, William. 

Phillips, Washington H. 2,674,545. 

Phillips. Washington H. 2,698,253. 

Rueggeberg, Werner. 2,678,994. 

Schulz. August. 2,696.780. 

Senft, Russell W. 2.674,835. 

Sharf, John M., and Powers. 2,680,083. 

Spencer, Virgil. 2,678,464. 

Stevens. Hilbert L. 

Swarr, Howard G. 2.695,583. 

Wendel, Peter J., and Datesman. 2,682,291. 

Yohn, Henry M. 

Young, Rex A. 2,687,151. 
Armstrong, Daniel A., Thlensville, Wis., and W. J. Raleigh, 
Roseville, assignors to Scott-Atwater Manufacturing 
Company, Minneapolis. Minn. Gas tank structure. 
2,666,550, Jan. 19. 
Armstrong, Daniel A., and J. C. Bandli, assignors to Scott- 
Atwater Manufacturing Co. Inc. 2,675,794, CI. 
123—136. 
Armstrong, Daniel A., B. Carlson, and H. A. Anderson, to 

Scott-Atwater Mfg. Co. Inc. 2,696.188, CI. 115 — 18. 
Armstrong, Daniel A., and M. F. Snyder, to Scott-Atwater 

Mfg. Co. Inc. 2.696,221, CI. 137—636.4. 
Armstrong. Everett D., and J. M. Gresham. 2,690,006, 

CI. 30—6.1. 
Armstrong, Francis J., to United States Hoffman Ma- 
chinery Corp. 2.681,512, a. 34 — 44. 



Armstrong, Francis J., to United States Hoffman Machin- 
ery Corp. 2,687,215. CI. 210—71. 

Armstrong, Francis J., to U. S. Hoffman Machinery Corji. 
2.695.103, CI. 210—63. 

Armstrong, Glenn. 2,083,952, C\. 43 — 87. 

Arm.strong. John E., and C. .Jaeuzzi. to Jacuzzi Bros., Inc. 
2,694,.'!05, CI. 103—5. 

Armstrong, Lowell, and L. B. Willougliby, Louisville, R. 
C. P. Morton, Prospect, and H. How, Louisville, Ky., 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Pillsbury Mills, 
Inc. Machine for forming and packing blanks of dough. 
2,664,833, Jan. 5. 

Armstrong, Marshall C. : See — 

Slayter, Games, and Armstrong. 2,692,219. 
Slayter, Games, and Armstrong. 2,094,025. 

.Vrmstrong, Robert R., Akron, and B. M. Wolf, Wads- 
worth, assignors to The Firestone Tire & Rubber Corn- 
Testing cord fabric. 2,665,582, 



2,697,872, CI. 29—252. 
, The : See — 
2,690,202. 

' ■ See — 



pany. Akron, Ohio. 
Jan. 12. 
Armstrong, Robert S. 
Armstrong Rubber Co., 

Walsh, James A. 
Armstrong Siddeley Motors Ltd. ; 
Allen, Sidney, and Andrews. 
Lindsey. William H., and Fellows. 
Rainbow, Horace S. 2.689,528. 
Walker, Jack, and Leng. 
Walker, Jack, and Leng. 2,086 370. 
Armstrong. Thomas J., and R. K. Her, assignors to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company. 2,679.483. CI. 
252—186. 

Whitworth Aircraft Limited, as- 



W. G., 



Armstrong, Sir 
signee : See — 

Watson, Henry B. 
Armstrong, Walter G. 
Armstrong, Werner E 



Morris, and Staite. 
2,678,687, CI. 160—72. 
2,678,816. CI. 264 — 15. 
Armstrong, William, assignor to Armstrong's Patent Com- 
pany Limited, Eastgate, Beverley, England. Bearing 
for use in hydraulic shock absorbers. 2,670,816, Mar. 2. 
Armstrong, William J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
the United States of America as represented by the 
United States Atomic Energy Commission. 2,676.309. 
CI. 333—84. 
Armstrong's Patent Company Limited, assignee : See — 

Armstrong, William. 

Smith, Ronald. 
Army, United States of America as represented by the 
Secretary of the : See — 

Abbott. Roy W. 2.693,083. 

Annis, Richard R., Cohen, and Haselkorn. 

Boeck, Gunther A., and Howard. 

Boeck, Gunther A., and Howard. 2.684,602. 

Brady. James M. 2,674,884. 

Brenner, Millard M., Appleton, Lippel, and Hamsher. 
2,685,054. 

Caskie, William A. 2,685,353. 

Chubb, Melvin F. Re. 23,883. 

Clements, David. 2,694.615. 

Codier. Ernest O. 

Cornell, James S. 2,675,256. 

Crost, Munsey E. 2.682,045. 

Cushman, Walton W. 

Cushman, Walton W. 2,680.026. 

Cushman, Walton W. 2,697,509. 

Daniel, Arhur F. 2,678.343. 

De Grazia, Joseph. 2,686,916. 

Dicke, Robert H. 

Dietz, Albert G. H., and Mooney. 2.697,054. 

Ellis. Grenville B. 2,684,992. 

Pischbach. Adolph. 2.692.905. 

Fischbach, Adolph. and Linden. 2,679.547. 

Flanagan. Robert. 

Fleischer. Arthur. 

Fox. Nelson S.. and Goldberg. 2,687,520. 

Frederick, Edward R. 2,684,337. 

Frederick, Edward R. 2,685.910. 

Frederick, Edward R. 2.696,736. 

Frederick. Edward R., and Jaskowski. 2,689,811. 

Furey. Lawrence M. 2,686,969. 

Gale. Richard T. 2.681.764. 

Gardner, Charles N.. and Weiss. 2,683,326. 

Goetz, Alexander. 

Golden. Sidney. 2,681,563. 

Guttwein, Gunter K., and Priebe. 2,695,211. 

•Hager, Karl P., and Rosenthal. 2.689.171. 

Hager, Karl F., Michel, Heller, and Tschinkel. 
2,690,386. 

Hale, Frank B. 

Hedge, Lafayette B. 2,690,125. 

Heilprin, Laurence B.. Krupen. and Nordquist. 
2,696,103. 

Herman, Irving, and Sawyer. 2,697,871. 

Hopkins, Lionel P. 2.681,393. 

Howarth. Harry A. S. 2,682,934. 

Huber, William A. 2.692,381. 

Hull, Edwin H. 2,692,475. 

Jipp, John. 

Johannesen, Allan N. 

Johannesen. Allan N. 2,684,114. 

Johnson. Guy D., Jr. 

Kaprelian, Edward K. 2,685,820. 

Kallmann. Hartmut. 

Kass. Sholom. 2,684.474. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



23 



Army, United States of America as represented by the Sec- 
retary of the: Sec — Continued. 
Korman. Nathaniel I. 2.(!80.810. 

Kumpfer, Beverly D. 2,(583,256. 

Lamb, Vernon A., and Osborn. 2,687,591. 

Lansberji, Edwin. 

I.aison, Uiohard C. 2.tiS9.93S. 

Lehovec, Kurr. 2, 689,876. 

Levinos, Steven, and Burner. 2,696,439. 

Liljegren. Lyle K. 2,694,364. 

Lippel. Bernard, and Buosler. 2,679.644. 

Lippel, Bernard, and Buegler. 2,685,084. 

MacGlashan. William F., Jr. 2,680,454. 

Mack, William. 2,680.541. 

Mayo. Clyde R. 2,684,301. 

McCoy. John H. 

Meister, Jack. 2,682,835, 

Melick, John M. 2,690.124. 

Michel, Josef M.. and Hager. 2,680,066. 

Michel. Josef M.. Hagor, and Koscnthal. 2,692,857. 

Musser. C, and Bishop. 2,693.645. 

Musser, C Walton, and Turnbull. 

Paden, Frederick T. 2,693,107. 

Peck, Joseph A. 

Peck, Joseph A. 2,698.215. 

Peck, Joseph A., and Hultin. 2.679,756. 

Peters. Philip H.. Jr. 2.681.413. 

Pureka, Thomas T. 2.G94.795. 

Rablnow, Jacob. 2,690,913. 

Rappaport. Paul J. 2.684.990. 

Rauch. Alexander. 

Raun. Milton A., and Steinmetz. 2,675,040. 

Rennie, Elwood. and Hyde. 

Rothstein, Jerome. 2,684,593. 

Rowland. Howard J., and Terrell. 2,694,778. 

Salati. Octavio M. 

Schaefer. Ernest R. 2,692,990. 

Schorr, Marvin G. 2,676.268. 

-Senitzky, Israel R. 2.691.758. 

Shapiro, Philip J. 2,680,063. 

Siderman. Joseph A. 

Slottow. Hiram G., and Smith. 2,685,200. 

Snell. Chester A., Fain, and De Rosa. 2,674,554. 

Steen. Hana P. 2,675,292. 

Steinberg. George M. 

Stevens, Myron B. 

Studler, Ren6 R. 2.674,822. 

Teltscheid, Alfred F.. Beeman, and Rutkovsky. 

Utter. Joseph L. 2,683,667. 

Wales. Nathaniel B.. Jr. 2.692.557. 

Warren, Paul G. 2.690,841. 

Weaver. Donald K., Jr. 2,697,816. 

Webb, Harold D. 2.677.126. 

Weldon, Harry A. 2,678,930. 

Wilburn, Nicholas T. 2.684,988. 

Wilburn, Nicholas T. 2,684,989. 

Williams, Edward F. 2.080,189. 

Wilson. Burton J. 2,677,783. 

Witters. Robert F. 2,689.931. 
Arnal, George C. 2,683,378, CI. 74 — 385. 
Arnberg, Gunnar : .See — 

Osterman. Karl, and Arnberg. 
Arne, Christian. Chicago. 111., assignor to Chicago Bridge 

& Iron Company. Spherical segment tank and making 

same. 2.668,634, Feb. 9. 
Arne. Christian, assignor to Chicago Bridge & Iron Com- 
pany. 2,678,060, CI. 137 — 452. 
Arne, Christian, to Chicago Bridge & Iron Co. 

CI. 137—208. 
Arne, Christian, to Chicago Bridge & Iron Co. 

a. 220—1. 
Arneson. Edwin L., to Morris Paper 31111s. 

CI. 220—111. 
Arneson, Edwin L., Morris, assignor to Morris Paper Mills, 

Chicago, m. Bottle carrier. 2,668,653, Feb. 9. 
Arneson, Edwin L., to Morris Paper Mills. 2,686,001, CI. 

229 — 34. 
Arneson, Edwin L., to Morris Paper Mills. 

93—36. 
Arneson, Edwin L., to Morris Paper Mills. 

229 — 28. 
Arni, Arnold. 2,679.360. CI. 241 — 169. 
Arnold, Alfred, H. Unterguggenberger. and E. Schmidt, 

Wacker-Chemie G. m. b. H. 2,688,566, CI. 117—46. 
Arnold, Arthur W., Portland, Oreg.. assignor to J. M. 

Arnold, Laguna Beach, Calif. Draft control for stoves. 

2,673,037, Mar. 23. 
Arnold. Charles E. : See — 

Stltes. Francis H.. and -Arnold. 2.688.664. 
Arnold, Edward F. 2,682,104, CI. 30 — 2. 
Arnold, Eugene K. : gee — 

Laviana, Donald W.. Arnold, and Cooper. 2,684,825. 
Arnold, George, Shaker Heights, and H. A. Schultz, Gar- 
field Heights, assignors to Cleveland Frog & Crossing 

Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Rail brace. 2,670,903, Mar. 2. 
Arnold, George, and H. A. Schultz. to Cleveland Frog & 

Crossing Co. 2,687.859, CI. 246 — 452. 
.\rnold, George B. : See — 

Fitzwilliam, James W., and Arnold. 

Hess, Howard V., and Arnold. 2.697,122. 

Hess, Howard V., Arnold, and Skelton. 2,686,755. 

Truitt, James K., and Arnold. 



2,685,887, 

2,690,273. 

Re. 23,912, 



2,687,067, CI. 
2,687,232, CI. 



to 



Arnold, George B., Glenham, H. V. Hess. Beacon, J. K. 
Truitt. Wapplngers Falls, and J. W. Fitzwilliam, Bea- 
con, assignors to The Texas Company, New York, N. Y. 
Separation of wax-like constituents from oil with a 
complexing agent in the presence of water. 2,066,020, 
Jan. 12. 

Arnold. George B.. and H. V. Hess, to The Texas Co. 
2,691,034. €1. 260 — 149.6. 

Arnold, Gerald D., Milwaukee, Wis. 
Mar. 16. 

, assignee : 



Furnace. 2,672,108, 
See — 



Western Electric Co., Inc. 



Hydrocar- 
Y. Catalytic syn- 
Jan. 5. 



Ky., as- 
Cylinder 



Arnold, Hoffman & Co., Inc., 
Robinson, Charles A. 

Arnold, Howard H., to 
2,686,260, CI. 250—20. 

Arnold, Jerome H., to California Research Corp. 2.695.323, 
CI. 260—674. 

Arnold, Jessie M., assignee : See — 
Arnold, Arthur W. 

Arnold, John II., Summit, N. J., assignor to 
bon Research, Inc., New York, N. 
thesis of hydrocarbons. 2,665,289, 

Arnold, Katie. 2,695,999, CI. 2 — 20. 

Arnold, Kenneth H. : See — 

Shulver, Louis, and Arnold. 

Arnold, Lionel K. : See — 

Sweeney, Orland R., Arnold, and Long. 

Arnold, Melvin R., and H. M. Baugh, Louisville, 
signers, by mesne assiraments. to National 
Gas Company, Chicago, III. Preparing mixtures of hy- 
drogen and carbon oxides. 2,668,101, Feb, 2. 

Arnold, Orlan M. 2,684,319, CI. 154 — 101. 

Arnold, Paul D., assignee : See — 
Rosenberg, Isadora B. 

Arnold, Perry C, Chicago, III., assignor to Chicago Bridge 
& Iron Company. Welding. 2,667,559, Jan. 26. 

Arnold, Robert C. Chicago Heights, assignor to Standard 
Oil Company, Chicago. HI. Desulfurization of distillate 
fuels. 2.673.830. .Mar. 30. 

Arnold, Robert C, Park Forest. 111., and A. P. Lien. High- 
land, Ind., assignors to Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 
111. Refining of hydrocarbon oils. 2,671.046, Mar. 2. 

Arnold, Robert C, Park Forest, III., and A. P. Lien, High- 
land, Ind., assignors to Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 
III. Refining hydrocarbon materials with SO2 and BF3. 
2,671,047, Mar. 2. 

Arnold, Robert G.. to E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. 

2.697.711, CI. 260—309.2. 

Arnold. Robert G.. to E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. 

2.697.712, CI. 260—309.2. 

Arnold, Robert G.. to E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. 

2.697.713, CI. 260 — 309.2. 

Arnold, RoIIo H., Elm Creek, Nebr. Gunstock. 2,673,414. 

Mar. 30. 
Arnold, Russell W. : See — 

Nielsen, Morris L., and Arnold. 2,680,077. 
Pevere, Ernest F., and Arnold. 2,685,607. 
Arnold, Thomas L.. West Hartford, assignor to The Vulcan 
Radiator Company, Hartford, Conn. Radiator hanger. 
2,670,935, Mar. 2. 
Arnold, Walter W. : gee — 

Roubloff, Alexander D.. and Arnold. 2,686,413. 
Arnoldy, Roman F. 2.686,364, CI. 30 — 292. 
Arnott, Edward G. F., to Westinghouse Electric Corp. 

2,692,350. CI. 313—114. 
Arntzen, Clyde E., and P. E. Dupler. to Westinghouse 

Electric Corp. 2,686,156, CI. 252 — 25. 
Arones, Daniel A., assignor to Advance Machine Company. 

2,674,896, CI. 74—217. 
Arones, Daniel A., assignor to Advance Machine Company. 

2,675,246, CI. 280 — 44. 
Aronson, Alexander H., to Ronson Corp. 2.690,067, CI. 

67—7.1. 
Aronson, Charles N., Arcade, N. Y. Rotatable support for 

cylinders. 2,669,364, Feb. 16. 
Aronson, Theodore F. : See — 

Halahan, John, Aronson, and Lyon. 2.688.830. 
Halahan, John, Aronson, and Lyon. 2,690.102. 
Halahan, John, Aronson, and Lyon. 2,690,337. 
Halahan, John, Aronson, and Lyon. 2,692,529. 
Arpin, John W. 2.682,871, CI. 128 — 142. 
Arps, Jan J. 2,677,790. CI. 324 — 1. 

Arras, Damiano. and D. H. Brown, assignors to The Ameri- 
can Hardware Corporation. 2.677.982. a. 81 — 9.3. 
Arrighi, Angelo, to American Safety Razor Corp. 

2,684,151. CI. 206—16. 
Arrott. Anthony, to Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Co. 

2,698.406, CI. 318 — 28. 
Arrow Fastener Co., Inc., assignee : See — 

Abrams. Morris. 
Arrow-Hart & Hegeman Electric Co.. The : See — 
Dietrich, Walter L. 2,680,166. 
Johnson, David W. 
Schleicher. Harold E. 
Schleicher. Harold E. 2,689.287. 
Shenton, Thomas W. 
Arrow Tools. Inc., assignee : See — 
Johnson, Ralph E. 2,680,496. 
Arrowhead Rubber Co., assignee : See — 

Greenwald, Fred A. 2,674,297. 
Arrowood, Hubert L.. assignor to Hinderliter Tool Com- 
pany Division H. K. Porter Company, Inc. 2,676,036, 
CI. 285 — 22. 



24 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Arroyo L., Humberto. 2,697,003, CI. 296 — *4. 
Art Metal Construction Co. : See — 
Fitch, .Jason A. 2,680,647. 

Jones, James R., Kidd, and Bloomstran. 2,695,113. 
Olson, Herbert H. 
Skar, Jolin U. L. 2,675,925. 
.\rt Specialty Co. : See — 

Fiori. IrvinK I. 2,694,585. 
Artac, Frank J., Jr., to United States Steel Corp. 

2,680,977. CI. 80 — 52. 
.\rterbury, Bryant 1'. : See — 

Clark, George M. 2,696,257. 
.\rterbury, Roy L. : See — 

Clark, George M. 2,696,257. 
Artese, Dominlck, and S. Ciambriello. 2,694,880, CI. 

47—1. 
Arthur, Edwin P. : See — 

Gilbert, Paul T., Jr., and Arthur. 
Arthur, Edwin P., to Beckman Instruments, Inc. 2,697,070, 

CI. 204 — 195. 
.\rthur, James L. : See — 

Fagg, Gerald H., and Arthur. 2,698.352. 
Arthur, James L., to General Motors Corp. 2,693,082, 

CI. 60—39.67. 
Arthur, Leonard E. W., Ballarat, Victoria, Australia. Ap- 
paratus for removing the pile from carpets. 2,670,520, 
Mar. 2. 
Arthur, Oscar F., ConnellsvlUe, Pa. Crate. 2,670,984, 

Mar. 2. 
Arthur, Paul, Jr., and B. C. Pratt, assignors to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Hy- 
drogen cyanide-cobalt carbonyl reaction product. 
2,666,748, Jan. 19. 
Arthur, Paul, Jr., and B. C. Pratt, assignors to B. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Hy- 
drocyanation of olefinic compounds. 2,666,780, Jan. 19. 
Arthur, Richard P. : See — 

Bellamy, John I., and Arthur. 
Arthur, Robert A. : See — 

Fischer, Richard A., and Arthur. 2,692,546. 
Arthur, Robert A., assignor to The Garrett Corporation, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Differential and ratio control. 
2,665,624, Jan. 12. 
Arthur, Robert A., J. M. Kemper, and R. A. Fischer, to 

The Garrett Corp. 2,692,545, Q. 98 — 1.5. 
Artis, Edward J. 2,676,529. CI. 98—66. 
Artmann, Ludwig, Hamburg, Germany. Machine for bend- 
ing, folding, pressing, or shearing of plates and the 
like. 2,672,912, Mar. 23. 
Artmann, Maylock, New York, N. Y. Display device. 

2,668,371, Feb. 9. 
Artos Engineering Company, assignee : See — 

Andren, Karl H. 2,680,394. 
Art-Teen Sportswear Co. : See — 

Artz, James. 2,685,691. 
Artz, James, to Art Teen Sportswear Co. 2,685,691, CI. 

2—78. 
Artzt, William W., New Rochelle, N. Y. Wearing ap- 
parel with stretchable circumferential insets. 2,664,570, 
Jan. 5. 
Arundale, Erving : See — 

Guyer, Walter R. F., Thorn, and Arundale. 
Arundale, Erving, and F. W. Banes, to Standard Oil De- 
velopment Co. 2,684,356, CI. 260 — 80.7. 
Arutunoff, Armais, assignor to Reda Pump Company. 

2,674,194, CI. 103—87. 
Arutunoff, Armais, assignor to Reda Pump Company. 

2,674,446, CI. 263 — 46. 
Arutunoff. Armais, assignor to Reda Pump Company. 

2,674,702, CI. 310—87. 
Arutunoff, Armais, assignor 
2,680.609, CI. 266 — 33. 

Arvey Corp. : See — 

Ferguson, Clarence N. 
Kleiman, Morton. 2,697,089. 
Kleiman, Morton. 2,697.101. 
Kleiman Morton, and Goldman. 
Ordas, Eugene P. 2,697,103. 
Polen, Percy B., Kleiman, and Fechter. 
Winterstein, Alexander. 2,676,130. 

Arvidson, Bengt A. : See — 

Corley, Mark H., Arvidson, and Barber. 2,687,604. 

Arvidsson, Algot : See — 

Lammn, Uno, and Arvidsson. 2,683,225. 
Arvidsson, Algot. Saltsjobaden, H. Elmlund. Vasteras, and 
G. Sonesson, Enskede, assignors to Allmanna Svenska 
Elektriska Aktiebolaget, Vasteras, Sweden. Means for 
controlling the candle power of luminous tubes. 
2,665.394, Jan. 5. 
Arvin Industries, Inc. : See — 

Farr, Edward A., and Tbeisen. 2,690,709. 
Lndlow, Edmund. 
Arvin, James A., to The Sherwin-Williams Co. 2,686,765, 

CI. 260 — 22. 
Arvin, James A., and T. Greenfield, to The Sherwin- 
Williams Co. 2,686,164. CI. 260—22. 
Arvin, Martin J., assignor to Milwaukee Gas Specialty 

Company. 2,678,774, CI. 236—21. 
Arvins, Nathan A. : See — 

Arvintz, Abraham A., Arvins, and Arvintz. 



Arvins, Nathan A., Brooklyn, A. A. Arvintz, Hollis, and 
R. A Arvintz, New York, assignors to Arvins Vlscolator 
Corporation, Brooklyn, N. Y. Fluid preheater. 
2,673,919. Mar. 30. 

Arvins Vlscolator Corporation, assignee : See — 

Arvins, Nathan A., and A. A. and R. A. Arvintz. 

Arvintz, Abraham A. : See — 

Arvins, Nathan A., and A. A. and R. A. Arvintz. 

Arvintz, Abraham A., Bellerose, N. A. Arvins, Brooklyn, 
and R. A. Arvintz, New York, assignors to Sanicom 
Company, Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Contaminating control 
device. 2,606,148, Jan. 12. 

Arvintz, Robert A. : See — 

Arvintz, Abraham A., Arvins, and Arvintz. 
Arvins, Nathan A., and A. A. and R. A. Arvintz. 

Arzt, Emanuel L., New York, N. Y. Adjustable stop for 
the spring clips of earrings. 2,668,341 Feb. 9. 

Asafif, Annis G.. to Callaghan-Hession Corp. 2,682,517, 
CI. 260—29.6. 

Asaff, Annis G., to Callaghan Hession Corp. 2,692,973, 
CI. 324 — 62. 

Asahi Kasei Kogyo Kabushiki-Kaisha. assignee : See — 
Tsunoda, Yoshio. 

Asaro, Vito, and E. P. Krajewski, assignors to L. A. Young 
Spring & Wire Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Spring cush- 
ion assembly. 2,669,292, Feb. 16. 

Asbeck, Carrie : See — 

Budd. Baylis F. 2,691.385. 

Asbestos Textile Institute, assignee : See — 
Shaw, Myril C. 

Asbury, Allan, and J. G. H. Banks, to The English Elec- 
tric Co. Ltd. 2,692,361, CI. 318 — 142. 

Asbury, Charles T., assignor to Asbury Corporation. 
2,676,447, CI. 56 — 25.4. 

Asbury Corporation, assignee : See — • 
Asbury, Charles T. 2,676,447. 

Asbury Howard C, Cactus, Tex., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Removal of acidic substances from 
fluid mixtures by aqueous amine solutions and the pre- 
vention of corrosion therein. 2,668,748, Feb. 9. 

Asbury, Ralph E., and D. Wiley, to Armco Steel Corp. 
2,690,492, CI. 219—6. 

Asby, Harry A., Jr., Grosse Pointe, Mich. Rotatable bolt 
for submachine guns. 2,667,817, Feb. 2. 

Aschwanden, Paul, and K. Burri, Zurich, assignors to 
Verwaltungsgesellschaft der Werkzeugmaschinenfabnk 
- ■- _.._... « ■. . -J Cutter head. 



to Reda Pump Company. 



2,694,558. 



Oerlikon, Zurich-Oerlikon, Switzerland. 
2,665,472, Jan. 12. 
Aseltine, Fred E. : See — 

Jorgensen, Clarence H., and Aseltine. 
Ash, Charles S. 2,686,063, CI. 280 — 467. 
Ash, Charles S., San Francisco, Calif. Smoking and can- 
ning fish. 2,670.295. Feb. 23. 
Ash, Clifford L. : See — 

Barker, Richard W., and Ash. 
.\sh, Paul T. : See — 

Thomas, Harland, and Ash. 2,690,264. 
Ash. William. 2,692,923, CI. 200—84. 
Ashbaugh, Bernard D., to H-P-M Development Corp. 

2,680,883, CI. 18—30. 
Ashburn, Evelyn L. : See — 

Dilworth, John P., Culnane and Ashburn. 

Ashburn, Harry V. : See — 

Dilworth, John P.. Culnane and Ashburn. 

Ashburn, Roby G. 2,683,033, CI. 267—59. 

Ashcroft Donald G., to Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd. 
2,682,983, CI. 226—14. _ . ,^. ^ 

Ashcroft, Donald G., Saltcoats, and T. Pitcairn, ^\est 
Kilbride, Scotland, assignors to Imperial Chemical In- 
dustries Limited. Apparatus adapted for receiving and 
eventually discharging cylindrical wrappers. 2,667,101, 

Ashcroft, Thomas W., and F. G. Hobart, to Fairbanks, 
Morse & Co. 2,692,505, CI. 74 — 8. 

Asher, Hobert J. 2,687,749, CI. 138— o3. 

Asherman, Irving, to H. Hyman. 2,682,60o, Cl. 24(^103. 

Ashkenas, Irving L., to Northrop Aircraft, Inc. 2,684,215, 
Cl. 244 — 83. 

Ashkenaz, David M., Bala Cynwyd, Pa., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to American Home Products Cor- 
poration. New York, N. Y. Hypodermic syringe. 
2,672,867, Mar. 23. 

Ashkouti, Joseph A. : See — 

Ellis, Riley E., and Ashkouti. 

Ashley, Carlvle M., assignor to Carrier Corporation. 
2,678,547, Cl. 62—119. 

Ashley, Carlyle M., assignor to 
2,679,733, Cl. 62—119. 

Ashley, Julius N. : See — 

Slack, Ronald, Ashley, and Berg. 
Slack, Ronald, Ashley, and Berg. 



2,690,998. 
2,690,998. 



Carrier Corporation. 



2,686,787. 
2,686,802. 

Ashley, Kenneth D.. to American Cyanamid Co. 2,681,291. 

Cl. 106 — 243. 
Ashley Machine Co.. The : See— 

McKinley, Robert W., and Ernstes. 2,683,282. 
Ashlev, Perlie C. : See — 

Jones, John M., and Ashley. 2,684,500. 
Ashley, Raymond, and T. J. Fatjo. 2,680,489, Cl. 169—2. 
Ashlock, George W., Jr.. Oakland, Calif. Machine for 

handling fruit. 2,668,613, Feb. 9. 
Ashlock, George W., Jr. 2,688,352, CI. 146—17. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



25 



loannilll, to 
CI. 12 — 142. 
loannilli, to 
CI. 112 — 46. 
Bentley, to Research 



United Shoe 



Corp. 



AshtoD, Albert A., Houston, Tex., assignor to Kiusco 

Manufacturing Company. Los Angeles, Calif. Direct 

air friction cathead. 2,005,112, Jan. 5. 
Asbton, Albert A., assignor to Kinsco Manufacturing Com- 
pany. 2,078,000, CI. 103 — 204. 
Aslitou, Benjamin N., assignor to Electrol Incorporated, 

Kingston, N. Y. Self-contained power actuator. 

2,072.731, Mar. 23. 
Ashton, Benjamin N., and E. V. Barkow, Kingston, and 

J. P. Frain, Mount Xremper, assignors to Electrol Incor- 
porated, Kingston, N. Y. Slide selector valve. 2,007,181, 

Jan. 20. 
Ashton, Benjamin N., and E. V. Barkow, assignors to 

Electrol Incorporated, Kingston, X. Y. Hydraulic 

power unit. 2.t)7o,o27, Mar. oO. 
Ashton, Benjamin N., and J. P. Frain, to Electrol Inc. 

2,691,990, CI. 137—622. 
Asbton, Ernest W. Ottawa, Ontario, assignor to Ketchum 

Manufacturing Co.. Limited, Carleton, Ontario, Canada. 

Ear tag. 2,073,412. Mar. 30. 
Ashton, James T., assignor to Wood Bros. Inc., Des Moines, 

Iowa. Trash blower for corn snapping rolls. 2,072,003, 

Mar. 16. 
Ashtou, Kenneth W. 2,090,096, CI. S8— 24. 
Ashton, Oscar L. 2,696,934. CI. 22—394. 
Ashton, Philip E., assignor to The Cuno Engineering Cor- 
poration, Meriden, Conn. Cigar lighter. 2,607,502, 

Jan. 20. 
Ashtou, Theodore : See — 

Striugham, Leonidas K., and Ashton. 2,681,875. 
Ashton, WilUam H., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Johnson 

& Johnson. Dental floss. 2,607,443, Jan. 26. 
Ashwill, James H., 5090 to J. L. Cunningham. 2,095,949, 

CI. 240—6.44. 
Ashwood, Peter F., Old Coulsdon, assignor to Power Jets 

(Research and Development) Limited, London, England. 

Combustion apparatus for operation In fast-moving air 

streams. 2.607,033, Jan. 26. 
Ashworth, Fred, Wenham, and J. R. loannUli, Boston, 

Mass., assignors to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, 

Flemington, N. J. Shoe sewing machine. 2,670,701, 

Mar. 2. 
Ashworth, Fred, and J. R. loannilli, to United Shoe 

Machinery Corp. 2,684,494, 
Ashworth, Fred, and J. R. 

Machinery Corp. 2.684,648, 
Ashworth, Harry, and E. P. 

2,687,647, CI. 74—5. 
Ashworth, Johnnie. 2,682,423, CI. 292 — 87. 
Ashworth, Johnnie. 2,688,507, CI. 292 — 76. 
Askania Regulator Co. : See — 
Baring. John A. 2.692,969. 
Jacques. Stanley A. 2.675,831. 
Kroth, Robert J. 2,687,885. 
Runyan, Raymond A. 2,682,627. 

Seller. Walter, Schneider, and Hancock. 2,695,982. 
Velten, Hubert J., and Ziebolz. 2,687,645. 
Ziebolz, Herbert. 2.092,581. 
Askania-Werke A.-G. : See — 

Wnensch, Guido, Ziegler. and Caspar. 
Wunsch, Guido. 2.683,245. 
Wiinsch, Guido, and Ziegler. 
Ziegler, Horst. 
Aske, Irving E., Muskegon, assignor of one-half to K. W. 

Fitzpatrick, North Muskegon, Mich. Thermocouple. 

2,666,090, Jan. 12. 
Aske, Leonard E., to General Mills, Inc. 2.091.124, CI. 

318—220. 
Asker, Gunnar C. F., Washington, D. C. Gas drier. 

2,671.525, Mar. 9. 
Askue, Albert R., Euclid, assignor to The Cleveland 

Trencher Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Excavating chain 

and bucket mechanism. 2,667,709, Feb. 2. 
Asp, Howard L., Evanston, 111. Magnetic door catch. 

2,673,755, Mar. 30. 
Asp, Ivar A., Stockholm, assignor to Husqvarna Vapen- 

fabriks Aktlebolag, Huskvarna, Sweden. Change speed 

clutch. 2,072,225, Mar. 16. 
Asp, Ivar A., Hagersten, and O. G. Berg, assignors to 

Husqvarna Vapenfabriks Aktiebolag, Huskvarna, Swe- 
den. Operating device for change-speed gearings of 

bicycles. 2,667,081, Jan. 26. 

Aspey. Wayne S. : See — 

Baker, Benjamin P., and Aspey. 2,695,349. 
Asplund, Arne J. A., Stockholm, Sweden. Fibrous filter 

sheet for gases. 2,664,964, Jan. 5. 
Asprey, Larned B., R. A. Penneman, and S. E. Stephanou, 
to the United States of America as represented by the 
United States Atomic Energy Commission. 2,681,923, 
CI. 260 — 429. 
Asscher, Meier : See — 

Moed. Hendrik D., and Asscher. 2,683.743. 
AssefE, Peter A., T. W. Mastin. and A. Rhodes, to The 

Lubrizol Corp. 2,695.910. CI. 260 — 413. 
Asselin, Arthur N. 2,695,031, CI. 137 — 444. 
Assembled Products Inc. : See — 

Broadwell, William C. 2,686,619. 
Associated British Oil Engines Limited, assignee : See — 

Bondi, Joseph W. 2,674,984. 
Associated Development and Research Corporation, as- 
signee : See — 

Wallach, Robert S., and Torkelson. 



2,089.081. 
J. Wylde, Hyattsville, 
recorder. 2,672,524, 



-1.24. 



Associated Spring Corporation, assignee : See — 

Stewart, Elliott \\ . 
Asta-Werke Aktiengesellschaft, Chemische FabriU, as- 
signee : See — 

Brock, Norbert, Kiihas, and Schmeisser. 
Asti, Mausueto, and L. Anterni, assignors to Falls Yarn 

Mills. 2.079,087, CI. 28- -70. 
Astiu, James S., and F. L. McAdams, to Westinghouse 

Electric Corp. 2.091,713, CI. 200— lOS. 
Astleford Grant K., Minneapolis, Minn. Bottle holder. 

2,000,613, Jan. 19. 
Astrawerke VKB : .Sec — 

CJottschalk. Albert, and Kohler. 
Atanasoff, John V., Fulton, and R. 
Md. Cathode-ray tube sound 
Mar. 10. 
Ataya, George E. : See — „ , „ _ _ , 

Mcintosh, William N., Ataya, and Corban. 2,09 1, 9 1 2. 
Atchison, Leonard W., Erie, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Two-temperature refrigerating 
system. 2,667,756, Feb. 2. 
Ateliers de Construction Oerlikon : See — 
Schneider, Hans. 
Schneider, Hans. 2,686,905. 
Vogelsanger, Ernst, and Ubezio. 
Ateliers de Constructions Electriques de Charleroi, as- 
signee : See — 

De Clerck, Fernand. 
Ateliers de la Motobecane : See — 

Jaulmes, Eric. 2,689.012. 
Aten, Adriaan H. W., Hilversum, and S. G. Wiechers, 
assignors to de Nederlandsche Centrale Organisatie 
Voor Toegepast-Natuurwetenschappelijk Onderzoek, The 
Hague, Netherlands. Electrodialyzing aqueous liquids. 
2,071,055, Mar. 2. 
Atherton, Frank R. : See — 

Bergel Franz, Cohen. Atherton. Heath-Brown, and 

Hughes. 2.093,470. 
Morrison, Alexander L., and Atherton. 2,677,680. 
Morrison, Alexander L., Atherton, and Andrews. 
2,680,783. 
Athev Products Corp. : See — 
Kling, Robert W. 
Kling, Robert W. 2,686.079. 
Athmann, Chrys C. 2,695,059, CI. 157- 
Atkeson. Florian V. : See — 

Black. Llovd V., and Atkeson. 2,697,670. 
Atkin, Audley T. 2,689,423, CI. 40—140. 
Atkins, Bernard R. : See — 

Greaves, Charles D., and Atkins. 
Atkins, Carl E., to Tung-Sol Electric Inc. 2,682,624, CI. 

317 — 130. 
Atkins, Earle R. : See — 

Ennis, William W. 2,696,261. 
Atkins. John N., Jr. : See — 

Uhrig, Leo T.. and Atkins. 2.689,144. 

Atkins, Leland T. : See — 

Voge, Hervey H., and Atkins. 2,680,752. 
Atkins, Norman M. : See — 

Young, De Walt S., and Atkins. 2,675,931. 
Atkinson, Albert B. 2,680,488, CI. 166 — 4. 
Atkinson, Albert E. 2,687,178, CI. 166—173. 
Atkinson, Allen S. : See — 

Russ, Daniel G. 2,693,081. 
Atkinson, Fred M., to Atkinson Milling Co. 2,694,496. CI. 

214—17. 
Atkinson, John F., and S. Lubin, to Sprague Electric Co. 

2,685,684, CI. 340 — 256. 
Atkinson, John P., H. W. Kelley, and J. M. McCutchen, to 

Sprague Electric Co. 2,695.991, CI. 340 — 163. 
Atkinson, Linwood H. 2,678,077, CI. 152 — 428. 
Atkinson Milling Co. : See — 

Atkinson, Fred M. 2,694,496. 
Atkinson, Ralph W., Westfield, N. J., and M. H. McGrath, 
assignors to General Cable Corporation. New York, N. T. 
Oil-impregnated electric power cable with flow-limiting 
tapes. 2.665,328, Jan. 5. 
Atkinson, Ralph W., and O. G. Garner, assignors to Gen- 
eral Cable Corporation. 2,678.863, CI. 312 — 31. 
Atkinson, Robert G., to Phillips Petroleum Co. 2,683,972, 

CI. 62 — 122. 
Atkomatic Valve Co., Inc. : See — 

Hall, Earnest A. 2,694,544. 
Atkron, Inc. : See — 

Copping, Brian. 2,696,927. 
Atlanta Paper Co. : See — 

Forrer, Homer W. 

Forrer, Homer W. 2,685,999. 

Forrer, Homer W. 2,686,003. 

Forrer, Homer W. 2,688,421. 

Forrer, Homer W. 2.691.471. 
Atlantic Carton Corp. : See — 

Whitehead, Earl B. 2,682,949. 
Atlantic Development Company, Inc., assignee: See — 

De Lancey, Warren H. 
Atlantic Gummed Paper Corp. : See — 

Warshaw. Nathan. 2,684,316. 



assignee : See — 
and Sanford. 



Atlantic Plastics, Inc., 

Benoit, Joseph E., 
Atlantic Products Corp. : See — 

Cart, Francis G. 2,684,135. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Atlantic Ueflning Co.. The : See — 

Bilhartz, Ilarrell L., and Greonwell. 
Bllliartz, llarroU L., and Greenwell. 
Clarke, Edgar \V. 



Clarl. 
Clarke, 
Clarke, 
Davis 



KdKur \V 
lOdgar \V 
Kdfiar W 
Louis P. 

Dunlap, Ilenrv F. 

Ford, Adrian G 



2,084,324. 
2.089.173. 
2.089,205. 
2.089.200. 
2,080.408. 
and Kaniser. 
,0S.'5,874. 



2,674,756. 



Hersl)er;;er. Artluir B.. and Keid 

Uowe, Spencer D. 2,690.972. 

Keenan, Vincent J. 2,680,201. 

Keenan, Vincent J., and Gozlow. 

Martin, John L. 2,094,401. 

Woods, .Toiin P. 2,078.107. 
Atlas Imperial Diesel Engine Co 

Laxo, Ed. 
Atlas Mineral Products Co 

Seymour, Ra.vniond B 

Seymour, Raymond B., and Descli. 

Seymour, Raymond B., and Pascoe. 



>,098,280. 



assignee : See- 



See- 



of Pennsylvania : 
2.690,411. 



2,690,426. 
2,695,270. 



2,675,365. 

Seymour. Raymond B.. Steiner. and Desch. 2.689.23' 
Atlas Powder Co. : See — 

Barker, George E. 

Brandner, John D. 2,697,046. 

Brandner, John D., and Hunter. 2,687,970. 

Brandner, John D., and Hunter. 2,687,971. 

Carter, Phyllis J. 2,674,534. 

Cross, Sherwood T. 

Cross, Sherwood T. 2,684,948. 

Cross, Sherwood T. 2,690,978. 

Griffin, William C. 

Griffin, William C. 2,694,021. 

Griffin, William C. and Behrens. 

Hales, Ralph A. 2,692.879. 

Harvey, James L. 2,690,444. 

Harvey, James L. 2,691,026. 

Huyett. Daniel D. 2,693.634. 

Jefferson, George D., and Fine. 

Jefferson, George D., and Fine. 

Jefferson, George D.. and Riley. 

Kass, Peter. 2,698,255. 

Reinhart, Walter L. 2,674,526. 

Riley, Allen V., Jr., and Fine. 2,683,101. 
Atlas Press Co. : See — 

Van Dam, Walter L. 2,690,084. 
Atlas Products (Overseas) Ltd. : See — - 

Lea, Watson D. 2,683.297. 
-4itlee, Zed J., assignor to Dunlee Corporation, Chicago, 111. 
Electrode structure for X-ray tubes. 2,671,867, Mar. 9. 
.\tlee. Zed J., to Dunlee Corp. 2,686,884, CI. 313 — 57. 
Atmotrol Corporation, assignee : See — 

Suavely, Harold L. 
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, assignee : See — • 

Green, Donald T., and McColm. 2r675,486. 
Attapulgus Minerals and Chemicals Corporation, assignee : 
See — 

Buffett, John B. 

Duke. James B.. and Houston. 2.676,705. 

Houston, Wesley M. 
.\tteberry, Newton L.. Mendon. Mo. Combine platform 

having rotary cutting means. 2,666,287, Jan. 19. 
Atteberry, Robert W. : See — 

Lefforge. John W.. and Atteberry. 
Attebery. Eusene L. : See — 

Bintliff, Chester D.. and Attebery. 
Atti. Ralph J. 2.694.535, CI. 242 — 155. 
Attias, Isidor. Long Beach, N. Y. 

2.664,899, Jan. 5. 
Attias, Isidor. Long Beach, N. Y. Silent toggle switch. 

2.671,150, Mar. 2. 
Atticks, John K. : See — 

Newell, Isaac L., and Atticks. 2,683.697. 
Attig. John B.. Bridgeport. Conn. Gauge. 2,666,265, 

Jan. 19. 
Attlnger, Alvin J. : See — 

Schmitt, Joy B., and Attinger. 
Atton. Robert A. 2,693.049, CI. 43 — 14.9. 
.Vttura, George M. : See — 

Shannon. William W.. Redemske, and Attura. 
2.6S9.319. 
Attura. George M., to Servomechanisms, Inc. 2,687.503 

CI. 318 — 28. 
Attwood. Charles E., assignor to Acme Visible Records. 
Inc., Chicago, 111. Cabinet construction. 2.071,003, 
Mar. 2. 
Attwood, Charles W. 2,674,431, CI. 248 — 243 
Attwood, Charles W. 2,696,139, CI. 85 — 32. 
.\ttwood, John G. : See — 

Peterson, Albert C, and Attwood. 2,684,652. 

Wallenberg. Ned L.. and Attwood. 2,678,013. 
Attwood, John G., to Union Special Machine Co. 2,094,375, 

CI. 112—260. 
Atwell, Harold V., assignor to The Texas Companv. 
2,680,065, CI. 48—202. 

Atwell, Harold V., assignor to The Texas Companv. 
2,680,126, CI. 260 — 449.6. 

Atwell, Harold V., to The Texas Co. 2,681,852 CI. 
48 — 206. 

.A.twell, Henry G.. Lake Villa, 111. Ball catching and indi- 
cating device. 2,668,715, Feb. 9. 

Atwood, George E., to International Minerals & Chemical 
Corp. 2,689,649, CI. 209 — 166. 



2,690,377. 



Double bobby pin. 



2.083.731. CI. 200- 
Atwood. John S.. 

2.083.732. CI. 200- 
Atwood, Laurence M. 



Petro-Chemicals Corp. 
Petro-Chemicals Corp. 



Atwood, George E., and D. J. Bourne, to Duval Sulphur & 

Potash Co. 2,696.912, CI. 209—160. 
Atwood, Harry G., and J. F. Marshall. 2.694.641, CI. 

99—78. 
Atwood. James L. 2,081.130. CI. 198 — 21. 
Atwood, John B., Rlverhead, N. V., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Frequency control system. 
2,667.579, Jan. 20. 
Atwood. John B., assignor to Radio Corporation of 

America. 2,078,38,5, CI. 250 — 20. 
Atwood, John B., to Radio Corp. of America. 2,691,097, 

CI. 250—20. 
Atwood. John G., assignor to The Perkin-Elmer Corpora- 
tion. 2.079.184. CI. 88 — 14. 
Atwood, John G., assignor to The Perkin-Elmer Corpora- 
tion. 2.679.185. CI. 88— 14. 
Atwood, John S., to National 
460. 
to National 
-100. 

2,082,725, CL 41—24. 
Atwood. Lyle C. : See — 

Johnson. Agnar, Atwood, and Kush. 2.694.828. 
Atwood, Lyle C., and A. Johnson, assignors to Atwood 

Vacuum Machine Company. 2,675,578. CI. 16 — 85. 
Atwood, Lyle C, and A. Johnson, to Atwood Vacuum Ma- 
chine Co. 2.685,452. CI. 280 — 301. 
Atwood Vacuum Machine Co. : See — 

Atwood, Lyle C, and Johnson. 2,675,578. 
Atwood, Lyle C, and Johnson. 2,685,452, 
Johnson, Agnar, Atwood, and Kush. 2,694.828. 
Johnson, Agnar. and Ring. 2,682,912. 
Lustig, Walter R. 
Squire. Alexander C. .\. 2.688.764. 
Aubert. Fred B. 2,680,479, CI. 158 — 91. 
Aubert, Per, and E. B. Knott, to Eastman Kodak Co. 

2.092.829, CI. 95 — 7. 
Aubrey, Brvan J. 2,677.927. CI. 56 — 249. 
Aubrey, William H., to Frick Co. 2,687,623, CI. 62—107. 
.luburn Fishhook Co., Inc. : See — • 
Corbett. Herbert A. 2.088.790. 
De Witt, William J., and Corbett. 
Auburn Machine Works, Inc., assignee : 

Mclninch, Glenn W. 
Auchterlonie. Alexander J. 2.681.866. 
Audemar, Pierre. Villesnes. assignor. 



See — 

CI. 117—10. 
by mesne assis 



2.687.473. 



Dispenser for safety 



P. R. Auerbach, adminl- 
10. 
P. R. Auerbach, administra- 



ments, to O. Marine, Paris, France. Packing device. 

2.666,659, Jan. 19. 
.\udio Devices. Inc. : See — 

Hanlev. John A. 2.092,730. 
Speed, William C. and Dwyer. Re. 23.875. 
Audubert. Een6, and C. Calmar, Paris, France. Prepara- 
tion of depolarizers for electric cells. 2,670,395. Feb. 23. 
Auer. Laszlo. 2,681.322, CI. 260—7.5. 
Auer Register Co.. The : See — 

Brumbaugh. Robert E. 2,697,977. 
Auerbach. .-Vlbert A. : See — 

Eckert. John P.. Jr.. and Auerbach. 
Auerbach, Dora. 2,686.917. CI. 2—172. 
Auerbach, Philip R. : See — 

Auerbach, Zemach. 2,680.905. 
Auerbach, Zemach. 2.683,929. 
Auerbach. Zemach. New York, N. Y. 

razor blades. 2.665.802. Jan. 12. 
Auerbach. Zemach. assignor to The Gillette Company. 

2.675.909. CI. 206 — 16. 
Auerbach, Zemach. deceased ; 

strator. 2.080.905. CI. 30- 
Auerbach, Zemach, deceased ; 

tor. 2,683.929. CI. 30 — 74.1. 
.\uerbacher, George N., and J. R. Caulfleld, to Champlain 

Co., Inc. 2,690,121. CI. 101 — 181. 
Auerbacher. Werner F.. Bronx, and S. Napolin, Williston 

Park, assignors to Pilot Radio Corporation. Long Island 

Citv, N. Y. Tuning device for signal receivers. 

2.667,581, Jan. 26, 
Auffret, Jean. R, Etlin, and P. Favre, Paris. France. 

Clip-actuated fountain pen self-filling device. 2. 672. 128. 

Mar. 16. 
.\ugenblick. Harrv A., Jr. : See — 

Sichak, William, and Augenblick. 2,697.209. 
Augenstein, Karl C, to Speidel Corp. 2,686,622, CI 

224—^. 
.\ugenstein, William C, assignor to Doray Lamp Co 

2.676.218, CI. 200 — 61.36. 
Auger. Harold. 2.684,640. CI. 104 — 48. 
Auger. Harold. 2,685.260. CI. 104 — 162. 
.4uger. Harold. 2.685.377. CI. 214 — 16.1 
Augier. Vicente F. R.. Holguin, Cuba. 

game. 2.672.343. Mar. 10. 
-lusustadt. Herbert W.. Westfield. and W. F. Kannenberg, 

Gillette, N, J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories. 

Incorporated. New York, N. Y. Automatic volume con- 
trol. 2,668.874. Feb. 9. 
-iugustin. Harold O., Lincoln, Nebr., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to The Goodvear Tire & Rubber Company. 

Making V-belts. 2.669.280, Feb. 10. 
Augustin, Jean, to Societe Anonyme des Terres Decol- 

orantes Frangaises Franterre. 2.6S9.S41, CI. 260 — 11.5. 
Augustin, Mildred. 2.685,740, CI. 33 — 12. 
.iugustine, Frederick B.. Jefferson. N. J., assignor to 

Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated. Dlesters 

of dithiophosphoric acids and terpenes. 2.665,295. 

Jan. 5. 



Inc. 



Table baseball 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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to Auker-Werfce A. G. 
to Auker-Werke, A. G. 



Mfg. Co. 



2,081,340. 
AumllUer. 



d'Electronlque. 
G. 2,678,601, 
2,690,710, CI. 
2,690,872. O. 



Lemoussu and 



D. Jessee, Lima, Ohio, as- 
Electric Corporation, East 
power system for aircraft. 



to Westingliouse 
to Westinghouse 



Auhagen, Ernst : See — 

lliltmann, Kudolf, Auliagen, and Bauor. 2,676,173. 
Aukers. Albert J., to Victor Mfg. i Gasket Co. 2,681,241. 

CI. 288 — 21. 
-Vuleu, Walter E., assignor to Eddystone Machinery Com- 
pany. 2.t>76.764. l"l. 21'J — .">(>. 
Aulenbach. Kichard J. 2,088,828. CI. 51—220. 
Ault, James R., and C. P. Jenkins, to Joy 

2,09S,12S, CI. 230 — 117. 
Auman. Irwin. 2.097.844, CI. 12—12. 
AumilUer. Walter; Sec— 

Ehrhart, Gustav. Ruschig, and AumflUer. 
Ehrhart. Gustav, Ruscbig, Stein, and 
2.097,095. 
Auphan, Michel, to Soclete Generale 

2.081.423. CI. 315 — 3. 
Aurbach. Kurt, assignor to Anker-Werke, A 

CI. 101—96. 
Aurbach. Kurt 

101—91. 
Aurbach. Kurt 

235—130. 
Aurora Equipment Company, assignee: See — 

Sitler, Richard W. 2,075,287. 
Aurynger, John J., Baker, Calif. Gang paper clip. 

2.665,463, Jan. 12. 
Aust. Robert J., assignor to P. R. Mallory & Co.. Inc., 

Indianapolis Ind. Spiral tuner. 2,666,906, Jan. 19. 
Austermiller, Donald J. 2,687,307, CI. 275—8, 
Austerweil, Geza V. : Sec— 

Delmousfee, Georges, Austerweil, 
Poupinel. 
.\ustin, Bascum O.. and R. 
signors to Westinghouse 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Electric 
2,666,871, Jan. 19. 
Austin, Bascum O., R. D. Jessee, and C. A. Stump, Jr.. 
Lima. Ohio, assignors to Westinghouse Electric Corpo- 
ration. East Pittsburgh, Pa. Electric power system 
for aircraft. 2.060.872, Jan. 19. 
Austin, Bascum 0., and R. H. Herman, 
Electric Corp. 2,683,838, CI. 317 — 37. 
-Austin, Bascum O., and O. R. Douglas, 
Electric Corp. 2.694.173, CI. 322—28. 
Austin. Benjamin L. : See — 

Baker, John R.. and Austin. 2.695.068. 
AusHn, Donald H. 2.679.092. CI. 29—290. 
Austin. Hoy, and Companv Limited, assignee : See — 

Proctor, Sidney E. 2,675,219. 
Austin. James M. 2,679,685, CI. 30 — 40. 
Austin. James M. 2.697,276, CI. 30 — 10. 
Austin, John L.. assignor to Jet-Guns Co.. Inc. 2,680,406, 

CI. 102—20. 
Austin, John R. 2,696.314. CI. 214 — 140. 
Austin, Merritt B., Jr., Deerfield, HI. Lamp holder for 

reflector-type outdoor lamps. 2,668,901, Feb. 9. 
Austin, Merritt B., Jr., to Stone Mfg. Co. 2,688,073, CI. 

240—11.2. 
Austin Motor Companv Limited. The. assignee : See — 
Ellcock, Arthur W. 
Weaving. John H.. and Payne. 
Autem, Fred, assignor to Textile 

2,679.358. CI. 235 — 131. 
Auten, Robert W. : See — 

Yost, Robert S., and Auten. 2,696.504. 
Autenrieth. Ferdinand, assignor to C. F. Mueller Company. 

2.676.693, CI. 198 — 27. 
Autenrieth, Ferdinand, and C. P. Riedl, assignors to 

C. F. Mueller Company. 2,675,120, CI. 198 — 37. 
Anthorite Corp.. The : See — 

Mason, Walker, and Biello. 2,693,146. 
Autie, Edward G. : See — 

Morltz, March R., and Autie. 2,690.495. 
Autocrat Inc., assignee : Ser — 

Poorman, Robert F.. Chakiris. and Kemp. 2,679.643. 
Auto Cruz Corporation, assignee : See — 

Robnett. E. V.. Jr. 
Autosiro Co. of .\meriea : See — 
Campbell. Harris S. 
Pullin, Cyril G. 2.698,059. 
PuUin. Cyril G.. and Shapiro. 
Pullin. Cyril G., and Shapiro. 2,674.327. 
Pullin. Cyril G., and Watson. 2,692.650. 
Shapiro, Jacob S., and Watson. 2.686,019. 
Auto Lamp Mfg. Co. : See — 

Peters. Ernest. 2.691.744. 
Automatic Bending Co. : See — 

Ogborn, James R.. and Sundstrom. 2,685.460. 
Automatic Canteen Co. of America : See — 

Thompson. Ernest H. 2.685,393. 
Automatic Devices Corp. : See — 

Youhouse, Joseph. 2,694,134. 
Automatic Devices, Incorporated, assignee : See — • 

Del Grosso. Gerard. 2.674,476. 
Automatic Electric Laboratories. Inc. : See — 
Bakker Pier. 

Balzer, Harvey W. 2.697,134. 
Bartelink. Everhard H. B. 
Bieg. John H. 

Burgener. Karl L. 2,697,139. 
Coulombe. Edwin C, Jr. 2,691,692. 
Dimmer, Robert P. 2,684,436. 
Dimmer, Robert P. 2,693.526. 



Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. : See — Continued. 
Gallagher, Ray J. 2,074,655. 
Gallagher, Ray J., and Cassidy. 2,687,793. 
Orandstaflf, Otho D. 
Graudstatr. Otho D. 2,680,784. 
Gravbill, Kenneth W.. and Sengebusch. 2,680,783 
Had'tield, Bertram M. 2,093,530. 
Henrikson, Oscar W, 

Johnston, Leith, and Coulombe, 2.691,342. 
Jones, Roy W. 2,095.335. 
Lomax, Clarence E. 

" 2,678,909. 
2.080,780. 
2,097,133. 
and Herrick. 



Machine Works. 



2,684,406. 



2,677,017. 
2.681,961. 

2,684,408. 

2,695,336. 



assignee : See — 



Lomax, Clarence E. 

Lomax, Clarence E. 

Lomax, Clarence E. 

Lomax, Clarence E., 

MacDonald. Duncan N. 

MacDonald. Duncan N. 2,677,031. 

McCreary, Harold J. 2,674,734. 

McCreary, Harold J. 2,677,079. 

Molnar, Imre. 

Molnar, Imre. 2,680,155. 

Molnar, Imre. 2,682,019. 

Molnar, Imre. 2,082.044. 

Molnar, Imre. 2,692,378. 

Ostline, John E. 2,674,656. 

Ostline. John E. 2,678,353. 

Peterson, Edward S. Be. 23,855. 

Pye. Harold C. 

Ridd. John M. 2,693,507. 

Sands. Roy G. 2,695,377. 

Sengebusch, Hans. 

Sengebusch. Hans. 

Sengebusch, Hans. 

Sengebusch, Hans. 

Sengebusch. Hans. 

Stehlik, Rudolph F. 

Swartz, Edward L. 2,690,479. 

Taniman. Robert S. 2,692,308. 

Voss John H. 

Wicks John. 2,078.356. 
Automatic Folding Machine Co. : See — 

Westwood, Carridon G. 2,687,832. 
Automatic Manufacturing Corporation, assignee : See- 

Friberg, Vincent P. 2,675,526. 

Ketcham, Lyman G. 
Automatic Parking Devices, Inc. : See — 

Nutter, Hugh G. 2,687,588. 
.\utomatic Pump & Softener Corp. : See — 

Riche, Arthur L. 2,695,626. 

Steiner. Frank J. 2,079,376. 
-Automatic Roll Machine Company, Inc., 

Budny. Bernard S. 
Automatic Shifters. Inc. : See- 
Avers. David T., Jr. 2,696.981. 

HUl, Edward G., and Ingres. 2.680,349. 
Automatic Steel Products, Inc. : See — 

Wickwire. Arthur M., Williams, and Killian. 
2,685,856. 
Automatic Telephone & Electric Co. Ltd. : See — 

Baker, George T., and Davison. 

Beale. Charles E.. and Hopley. 

Graves, Albert E. 2,692.302. 

Davison, Alan, and Pearce. 2,677,708. 

Davison, Alan, and Robinson. 2,681,386. 

Smith, Sidney R.. and Rhodes. 

Travers, Walter A., and Butler. 

Williams, Merrel O. 2.685.680. 
Automatic Temperature Control Co., Inc. : See — 

Macgeorge, William D. 

Macgeorge, William D. 2,684,203. 

Ross, Donald H. 2,690,800. 
.\utomatic Tow Bar Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Gross, Arthur R. 
Automatic Washer Company, assignee : See — 

Emmert, Clayton F. 
Automatic X-Ray Corp.. assignee : See — 

Roop. Harold D. 2.679.317. 
Automotive Design Company, assignee : See — 

Kamm, Wunibald I. E. 
Automotive Products Co. Ltd. : See — 

Bradburv. Frederick J. 2.695,088. 
Automotive Rubber Co.. Inc. : See — 

Redmond. Robert L. 2,684,400. 
Automotive Safptv Device Co., The : See — 

Beckor. Albert W. 2,690,094. 
Auton. Claud C. Maiden, N. C, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Textile Trimming and Boarding Machine 
Companv. Reading, Pa. Internal circular clipping and 
inspection device for hosiery. 2,669,765, Feb. 23. 
.\utopoint Company, assignee : See — 

Krause, Richard S., and Seibert. 
Auto Research Corp : See — 

Kocher. Edward H. 2,683,503. 
Kocher, Edward H. 2.697,493-. 

Thomas. Thomas R. 2.691.428. 
Auto-Soler Co.. The : See — 

Wright, John G., Tonev, Watkms. Sudan, and Max- 
well. 2.684,490. 
.into Specialties Mfg. Co. : See — 
Lucker, Millard B. 
Lucker. Millard B. 2.695.768. 
Autotrac Ltd. : See — 

McKechnie. Alexander K. 2,694.889. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Auto Tyre Services Limited, assignee : See — 

Kent, Jan H. F. 2,U75,582. 
Autoyre Co., The : iS'cc — 

Lewis, Artliur J. 2.094.323. 
Autoyre Co.. Inc., Tlie : See — 

Sanford. Roy S. 2,081,172. 
Auvil, Carroll K. 2,084,472, CI. 340—171. 
Auwtlrter, Max, assignor to Dr. Alois Vogt. 2,077,714, 

CI. 130—89. 
Auwarter, Max, assignor to Dr. Alois Vogt. 2,077,715, 

CI. 130—89. 
Auyer, Earl L., to General Electric Co. 2,685,429, CI. 

2.-)3— :{0.1. 
Auzin, Jolin M., Warwick, R. I. Squeezable pop-out action 

toy. 2,608,394, Feb. 9. 
Avco, Inc., assignee : lis'ee — 

Stevenson, Robert. 2,070.012. 
Avco Mfg. Corp. : See — 
Ajero, Fortunato S. 
Altemose, Arthur L. 2,678,402. 
Baker, Gerald T. 2,075,933. 
B.iylor. Arthur D. 2,078,415. 
Bussard, Emmery J. H. 
Bussard, Emmery J. H. 2,694,150. 
Gunyou, Lyman J. 2,684,563. 
Hill, George 13. 
Hoist, Paul F. G. 2,094,101. 
Jansen, Robert A. 2,694,235. 

Jones, John P., Haverstock, and Scott. 2,680,366. 
Juzwiak. Kdmond A., and Ajero. 2,678,145. 
Kamp, John F. 2,679,850. 
Metz, Paul F. 

Myers, William H., and Reynolds. 2,677,346. 
Nave, Alfred E., and Jansen. 2,686,703. 
Reid, John D. 2,686,679. 
Reid. John D. 2.692,943. 
Schwarz, Hans G. 
Stelzer, Alphonse C. 

Strathearn, Donald M., and Allen. 2,680,448. 
Tice, Bruce K. 2,690,114. 
Vutz, Wilhelm. 2.688,880. 

Wiegman, Clarence H., King, Carpenter, and Aldrich. 
2,678,037. 
Avedikian, Souren Z. 2.091.593. CI. 106 — 5. 
Avera. Fitzhugh L. 2,688.554, CI. 99 — 128. 
Averill, Charles C, assignor to Union Steel Products Com- 
pany. 2,678,787, CI. 248—120. 
Averill, Charles C, assignor to Union Steel Products Com- 
pany. 2,680,587, CI. 248—120. 
Averill, Charles C. to Union Steel Products Co. 2,681,744, 

CI. 220—7. 
Averill, Charles C, to Union Steel Products Co. 2,695,724, 

CI. 220—7. 
Averill-Lehmann Co. : See — 

Lehmann. Sears. Jr. 2,691.365. 
Aversa, Ralph. 2,082,688, CI. 20 — 18. 

Aversten, Karl J., assignor to Svenska Aktiebolaget Gas- 
accumulator, Lidingo, Sweden. Arrangement for meas- 
uring electric energy in short duration time intervals. 
2,669.638, Feb. 16. 
Aversten, Karl J., assignor to Svenska Aktiebolaget 

Gasaccumulator. 2,680,790, CI. 219 — 4. 
Avery, Burton A. : See — 

Boyd, Winnett, Avery, and Laviolette. 2,089,682. 
Avery, Clarence L., and F. J. Zircher, to Woodward Gov- 
ernor Co. 2,681,000. CI. 137—25. 
Avery, Clyde E.. Pasadena, Calif. Bit. 2,673,716, Mar. 30. 
Avery, Douglas W. 2,695,255, CI. 154 — 82. 
Avery, Edward L., Miami, Fla. Concrete form clamp and 

anchor holder. 2,070,773, Mar. 2. 
Avery-Hardoll Ltd. : See — 



Eraser, John. 
Fraser, John. 
Fraser, John. 
Fraser, John. 
Avery, Harold T., 
Calculators, Inc. 



2,075.939. 
2.681,073. 
2,697,418. 

Oakland, Calif., assignor to Marchant 
Binary-octal-decimal computer cal- 



culating machine. 2,665,070, Jan. 5. 

Avery, Harold T., to Marchant Calculators, Inc. 2.689,085, 
CI. 23.5—79. 

Avery, Leon M., assignor to Crouse-Hinds Company, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. Resiliently mounted lamp receptacle. 
2,668.278, Feb. 2. 

Avery, Robert C, assignor to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated. 2,680,781. CI. 179 — 18. 

Avery, Robert T., Oakland. Calif., assignor to United 
States of America as represented by the United States 
Atomic Energy Commission. Rapid operation air lock 
for closed vessels. 2.606.539, Jan. 19. 

Avery, Robert W., Clifton Heights, Pa., assignor to Bur- 
roughs Adding Machine Company. Amplifier system 
utilizing saturable magnetic elements. 2,673,337, Mar. 
23. 

Avery, Steven B., East Orange, N. J., assignor of one-half 
to L. J. Clark. Cement composition. 2,672,424, Mar. 16. 

Avila, Abelardo G., York, Pa., assignor to Read Standard 
Corporation. Dough panning machine. 2,670,888, 
Mar. 2. 

Avila, Charles F. 2,682,211, CI. 94 — 35. 

Aviles, Harvey N., Towson, Md., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Ap- 
paratus for testing springs. 2,671,210, Mar. 2. 



Avina, Jack, to Radio Corp. of America. 2,681,948, CL 
178—7.3. 

Avins, Jack, to Radio Corp. of America. 2,685,673, CI. 
324 — 72.5. 

Avins, Jack, to Radio Corp. of America. 2,686,221, CI. 
178—5.8. 

Avion Instrument Corp. : See — 
Schwartz, Joseph. 2.095.967. 

Avrigan, Harry, Jr. 2,692,327, CI. 219 — 19. 

Axelrad, Irving R., to Westlnghouse Electric Corp. 
2,083,875, CI. 29—149.5. 

Axeman, James E. : See — 
Anderson, William .S. 
Anderson, William S. 2,682,237. 

Axford, Anthony J. : See — 

Kendall, Jolin D., Duffln, and Axford. 2,688,024. 

Axsom, Mona L., San Diego, Calif. Shoulder protector, 
strap holder, and shoulder pad. 2,671,223, Mar. 9. 

Axtell, Willard G., assignor to Shwaydor Bros., Inc., Den- 
ver, Colo. Luggage handle. 2,673,030, Mar. 30. 

Axtell, Willard G., assignor to Shwayder Bros., Inc., Den- 
ver, Colo. Latch mechanism for partitions of luggage 
cases. 2,673,756, Mar. 30. 

Aycock, Elsie J. 2,690,044, CI. 50-328. 

Aydlett, Guy D. : See — 

Yutzy, Henry C, and Aydlett. 

Ayers, Carl P. 2.693,730. CI. 81-130. 

Ayers, David T., Jr., to Automatic Shifters, Inc. 2,696,981. 
CI. 268 — 19. 

Ayers, Edgar H., to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of the Air Force. 2,694,406, 
CI. 137—108. 

Ayers, George W., Chicago, M. J. Geerts, Evanston, and 
R. E. Chandler, Algonquin, assignors to Tlie Pure Oil 
Company, Chicago, 111. Preventing the development of 
sourness in certain petroleum liquids during distillation. 
2,670,319, Feb. 23. 

Ayers, George W., and W. J. Sandner. assignors to The 
Pure Oil Company. 2,679,471. CI. 196 — 147. 

Aylor, Elmo E, 2,675,199, CI. 244 — 154. 

Ayres, Elwyn C, Pasadena, Tex., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Operation of an evaporative crys- 
tallization apparatus. 2,671,716, Mar. 9. 

Ayres, Gilbert B. : See — 

Powers, Carl A., and Ayres. 2,694,487. 

Ayres, John E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Oil 
Equipment Laboratories, Incorporated, Elizabeth, N. J. 
Pressurized container valve. 2,667,993, Feb. 2. 

Ayres, John E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Oil 
Equipment Laboratories, Incorporated, Elizabeth, N. J. 
Multipurpose pressurized container valve. 2,670,106, 
Feb. 23. 

Ayres, Russell W., and D. F. Swanson, to Seeger Refrig- 
erator Co. 2,682,155. CI. 62—3. 

Ayres, Waldemar A., assignor to White Sewing Machine 
Corporation. 2,678,012. CI. 112 — 251. 

Ayrea, Waldemar A. 2,689,502, CI. 88 — 24. 

Ayres, William R., assignor to Radio Corporatimi of 
America. 2,676,253, CI. 250 — 27. 

Ayres, William R., and D. W. Martin, to Radio Corp. of 
America. 2,686.270, CI. 307 — 89. 

Ayers, Woodrow W.. and O. K. Thompson. 2,676,543, 
CI. 102—25. 

Azbe Corp. : See — 

Azbe, Victor J. 2,694,000. 
Azbe, Victor J., to Azbe Corp. 2,094,000. CI. 23—287. 
Azoplate Corp. : See — 

Neugebauer, Wilhelm. 2,687,958. 

Neugebauer, Wilhelm, and Barthenheier. 

Neugebauer, Wilhelm, Rebenstock, and Scherer. 
2,692,826. 

Neugebauer, Wilhelm, and Tomanek. 2,696,435. 
B. B. Chemical Co. : See- 
Perkins, John L., and Sylvester. 2,685,572. 

Sevmour. Malcolm. 2.681.877. 

Urban, Stephen E., Morris, and Johnson. 2,677,635. 

B. & G. Mfg. Co. : See — 

Keebler, Paul T. 2,691,803. 
B-I-F Industries. Inc., assignee : See — 

Cary, Francis H. 
B. J. Service Inc. : See — 

Box, William T., and Moody. 2,695,665. 

B & P Farm Tool Co. : See — 

Begeman, Robert G., and Powell. 2,689,511. 

B and W Inc. : Sec- 
Wright, Kenneth A. 2.r,93,S."9. 

Baade, Alma R. 2,685.441. CI. 26.")— 03. 

Baade, Alma R. 2,697,020, CI. 312—28. 

Baade. Henry : See — 

Quartullo. Orpheus F., and Baade. 2,694,982. 

Baader, Rudolf, Lubeck, Germany. Apparatus for cutting 
flsh. 2,669,746, Feb. 23. 

Baader, Rudolf. 2,683,893, CI. 17 — 3. 

Baader, Rudolf, deceased : R. Fahrig, executor, to Xord- 

ischer Maschinenbau Rudolf Baader. 2,693,872, CI. 

198-33. 
Baak, Albert E., to Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Co. 

Re. 23,913, CI. 98—1.5. 
Baak, Albert E., Pacific Palisades, assignor to P. Henry, 

Los Angeles, Calif. Snap-action thermostatic switch. 

2,668,889, Feb. 9. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



29 



l>;iasli-I{oss Tool Co. : See — 

Johnson. (il.Min D. 2,GS1.T94. 
Babbitt, Bornanl K., and C. B. Ivunz. to Manganese Chem- 
icals Corp. 2.090,431. CI. 252—182. 
Babbitt, Bethel J., Klvorsiile, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company. Incorporated, New i'ork, N. Y. Mold- 
ing apparatus. 2,C>G8,9Sr>, Feb. IG. 
Babbitt, Bethel J., D. Kulic, and W. J. Scott, to Western 

Electric Co.. Inc. 2.G96,1G7, CI. 101 — 12G. 
Tnibbitt. John F., to A. B. Moat. 2.GS1,555, CI. 07 — 23. 
Habbilt, Kavmond J. 2,681.025. CI. 107 — 47. 
Babbs, Cyrus H., to Pye Ltd. 2,094,352. Ct. 9.5—45. 
Babcock, Maurice P. 2,684.197, CI. 232—35. 
Babcock, Vearne C, Deland, Fla., assignor to Kattu Proj- 
ect. Inc., Forest Hills, N. \. Boat hull. 2,066.406, 
Jan. 19. 
Babcock & Wilcox Co.. The : See — 
Allardt. Ernst W. 
Anderson. Clarence E. 2,694.278. 
Andrew James D.. Jr.. and Kowaud. 2.081.641. 
Bailey. Ervin C, and Hardgrove. 2.088.942. 

" . and Hardgrove. 

and Hardgrove. 
2.683,590. 
2.088.406. 
2.687,708. 



2,691,455. 
2,696,511. 



2,684,426. 
2,082,801. 



2,689,000. 
Steever. 2.688,046. 



Bailev, Ervin G. 

Bailev. Ervin G. 

Baver, Clyde B. 

Bavor, Clyde B. 

Beute. George W. 

Carpenter, Otis R. 2,097,770. 

Carpenter, Otis R., and Fesler. 

Davy. Christopher H. 2.088,315. 

Durham, Edwin, and Schoessow. 

Franceschina. Louis E.. Jr. 

Barter, Isaac, Jr. 2.082,691. 

Harter. Isaac, and Norton. 2,674.539. 

Hauck, Edwin J. 2,686, .500. 

Jones. Maurice F. 2.686,823. 

King. Walter C, and Leach. 

Kooistra. Lambert. 2.680,652. 

Kooistra. Lambert F. 2,078.224. 

Leach, Lester L. 2,692.642. 

Lloyd. Russell G. 2.697.420. 

Loughin, Paul R.. Brister, and Woolley. 

Marqiiez. Charles L., Jr. 2.693,173. 

Marquez. Charles L.. Jr. 2.694.991. 

Marskell. Walter G.. and McKenzie. 2,684,572. 

Marskell, Walter G., and McKenzie. 2,684,574. 

Marskell. Walter G., and Miller. 2.674.573. 

Matthews, Eric J. 

Musat, George, and Dueringer. 

Norton, Charles L.. Jr.. and 

Rivers. Heyward. 2,685.117. 

Rowand. Will H., and Smith. 

Silk. Philip B. 

Sparks. Cedric H. 2,686,499. 

Toth, John E., and Reed. 2,682,181. 

V6ron, Marcel. 

Watts. George A. 2,697,508. 

Wilson, Evan F., Grubb. and Fowler. 2,691,952. 
Babeau, Michel, to J. Hennlque. 2,682,761. Cl. 66 — I. 
Babee-Tenda License Corp. : See — 

Puis. Alfred B. 2.683,482. 

Puis, Alfred E.. and Swenson. 
Babel. Paul V. : See — 

Wilson. Lawrence A., Dayger. Babel, and Stanton. 
2,690,222. 
Baber, Glen, to Industrial Machine and Tool Inc. 

2.691.267. Cl. 59 — 7. 
Baber, Irvin R. : See — 

Radford, Floyd F., and Baber. 2.687,312. 
Babernitsh. Joseph, Vaux Hall, N. J. Combined fuse 

tester and flashlight. 2,666,894, Jan. 19. 
Babicz, George, Chicago, 111. Device for aligning feed of 
paper sheets in printing machines. 2.669,454. Feb. 16. 
Babinchak, Michael T., Warren, Ohio. Scraper attach- 
ment for disk harrows. 2,673,434. Mar. 30. 
Babinski, Stanley, assignee : See — 

Flowers, Leon J., and Slagle. 
Bablon, Olive G. 2,675,004, Cl. 132 — 19. 
Babros, Joseph H.. and J. Komada. 2,093,786. Cl. 119 — 17. 
Babson Bros. Co. : See — 

Babson. Henry B., and Thomas. 2,670.743. 

Merritt, Thomas W. 2,083,437. 

Merritt, Thomas W.. and Thomas. 2,674,979. 

Merritt Thomas W., and Thomas. 2.680,452. 

Stampen, Jacob J. 

Thomas. Chester A. 2.076.560. 

Thomas, Chester A. 2.092,577. 
Babson, Henry B., and C. A. Thomas, assignors to Babson 

Bros. Co. 2.676.743, Cl. 226 — 116. 
Bac-A-Brand Products. Inc., assignee : See — 

Ganz. Harry. 
Bacchi, Eugene A.. San Francisco, Calif. Lapidary tool. 

2.668.400; Feb. 9. 
Bacchieri, Albert .T. : See — 

Pennock, John C, and Bacchieri. 
Bach, John W., Port Chester, N. Y., assignor to Pitney- 
Bowes. Inc., Stamford, Conn. Envelope flap opening 
device. 2,668,053, Feb. 2. 
Bach. John W.. Port Chester, N. T., assignor to Pitney- 
Bowes. Inc., Stamford, Conn. Sheet feed control de- 
vice. 2,670,954. Mar. 2. 
Bach. Walter H. 2.677,012. Cl. 178—7.4. 
Bachelder. Albert J., and W. J. McCune, Jr., to Polaroid 
Corp. 2.698,243, Cl, 95—88. 



Bachelet, Albert E.. to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. 
2.694,801, Cl. 340—147. 

Bachelet, Albert E., and H. Pltllk, assignors to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated. New ifork. N. V. Se- 
quential circuits. 2.606.195, Jan. 12. 

Bachelet. Albert E.. and R. O. Soffel. to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories. Inc. 2.690,,")29, Cl. 179 — 170.8. 

Bacheller, D Flavins. 2,690,278, Cl. 222 — 207. 

Bacher. Gottlob, to Robert Bosch G. m. b. H. 
Cl. 15—250. 

Bachert, Arthur, assignee : See — 

Fischer, Paul, and Schoen. 2,679.209. 

Bachi, Robert W. : See — 

Soreng, Edgar M., and Bachi. 2,682,625. 
Soreng, Edgar M., and Bachi. 2.092,964. 

Bachi. Robert W., to Soreng Products Corp. 
Cl. 317—197. 

Bachman, Charles H. 2 677,009, Cl. 313 — 55. 

Bachman, Fred E.. St. Louis. Mo., assignor to 
Steel Foundries, Chicago. 111. Bralie head 
device. 2.666.506, Jan. 19. 

Bachman, Fred E.. to American 



2.694,827. 



2.692,965. 



American 
balancing 



Steel Foundries. 



American Steel Foundries. 
American Steel Foundries. 



to American Steel 



Jr., to American 



2,085,942. Cl. 188—33. 
Bachman. Fred E., to 
2.690,241, Cl. 188—205. 
Bachman, Fred E., to 
2,693,152. Cl. lO.j — 197. 
Bachman, Fred E.. and A. F. Seelig, Jr.. 
Foundries. 2,086.570. Cl. 188—245. 
Bachman, Fred E., and J. E. Klausner. to American Steel 

Foundries. 2,691,431, Cl. 188 — 58. 
Bachman. Fred E., and J. G. Spelman. 

Steel Foundries. 2.695.686. Cl. 188 — 153. 
Bachman, William J., assignor to Radio Corporation of 

America. 2,078,023, Cl. 118—270. 
Bachman. William S. : See^ 

Rhodes. Allen F.. and Bachman. 
Bachman, William S., assignor to Columbia Broadcasting 

System. Inc. 2.670,806, Cl. 274 — 23. 
Bachmann, Jakob A., Vi to Flehr and Swain. 2,690,019. 

Cl. 34—35. 
Bachmann Uxbridge Worsted Corp. : See — 
Andrews. John R.. Jr. 2.679.086. 
Andrews, John R., Jr. 2,689,515. 
Andrews, John R., Jr., and Jacques. 2,689,382. 
Bachmann, Werner E., assignor to the United States of 
America as represented by the Secretary of War. 
2,680,671, Cl. 23 — 103. 
Bachus, Benson F.. Westchester, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York. N. Y. 
Fourdrinier type machine for applying pulp insulation 
to wires. 2.666.370, .Lan. 19. 
Bacino, Eigel J. 2.683.612, CL 280—154.5. 
Back, Laurel M. 2,676,503, Cl. 81—15. 
Back, Laurel M. 2,677,362, Cl. 125 — 37. 
Back, Leonard, assignor to The Interstate Folding Bos 
Company. Middletbwn, Ohio. Transfer mechanism for 
sealing means. 2,668.708. Feb. 9. 
Back. Rose I., Phoenix, Ariz. Squaw skirt container and 

setting pleats in squaw skirts. 2,672,617, Mar. 23. 
Backe, John C. 2,674,175, Cl. 98—2. 
Backe, John C. 2,674,176, Cl. 98—2. 
Backensto, Elwood B. : See — 

White, Ralph V., Landis, and Backensto. 
Backer, Joachim, to Aero Zipp Fasteners Ltd. 

CT. 24 — 205.14. 
Backflow Engineering & Equipment Co. : See — 

Snyder, Leonard L. 2,686,528. 
Backhefe G. ra. b. H., assignee : See — 
2.(176,] 37. 
2,680,689. 
2,680,704. 
2.680.705. 
: See — 
2,689,730. 
2,678,822, Cl. 271—56. 
2,685.446. Cl. 271—58. 
and G. W. Tebbs. said Tebbs as- 
signor to said Backhouse. 2.077,542, Cl. 271 — 8. 
Backley, John H., assignor to The Denver Chemical Manu- 
facturing Company. New York. N. Y. Device for facil- 
itating chemical testing. 2.671.715, Mar. 9. 
Backlin, Clarence R.. Floral Park, assignor to Willcos & 
Gibbs Sewing Machine Company. New York. N. Y. 
Thread control device for sewing machines. 2,670,704. 
Mar. 2. 

Backlin, Clarence R.. noral Park, assignor to Wlllcox & 
Gibbs Sewing Machine Company. New York. N. Y. Ro- 
tary hook sewing machine. 2,671,420, Mar. 9. 

Backman. Fred, 40% to J. R. Johnson. 2,684,598. Cl. 
74—230.17. 

Backman. Pete A. : See — 

Bonander. Harold E.. and Backman. 2,697.913. 

Backman. William O., Sacramento, and D. M. Redmon 
Concord. Calif. In-line valve. 2.665.873. Jan. 12. 

Backmark. Nils E. G., and O. Sternbeck. assignors to 
Telefonaktiebolaget L M Ericsson. 2,679,610, Cl. 
313—158. 

Backofen, E. Ryan, and W. Zorn. assignors to Clark Equip- 
ment Company. 2.678,743. Cl. 214 — 317. 

Backstay Welt Company, assignee : See — - 
Welch. Herman P. 

Backstrom. Robert G. 2,690,579. Cl. 15 — 167. 



2.686,713. 
2,683.911, 



Schneider. Karl. 

Schneider. Karl. 

Schneider, Karl. 

Schneider, Karl. 
Backhouse, Headley T. 

Tebbs, George W. 
Backhouse, Headley T. 
Backhouse, Headley T. 
Backhouse, Headley T., 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Uackstroin, SiRurd M., assignor to Aktlebolaget Elektro- 
lux, Stockholm, Sweden. Absorption refrigeration sys- 
tem of tlie inert gas type. 2.664,717, Jan. 5. 

Backstrom, Sigurd M., to Aktiebolaget Ekeltrolux. 

2.690.058. CI. 62—119.5. 

Backstrom, Sigurd M., to Aktiebolaget Elektrolux. 

2.690.059, CI. 62—119.5. 

Backus, Eldrldge G. 2,688,310, 01. 119—76. 

Backus, Jolin G., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to the 
United States of America as represented by the United 
States Atomic Energy Commission. Mass separator. 
2.667,582, Jan. 20. 

Backus, Thomas, assignor to Puller Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Kalamazoo, Mich. Fluid released clutch. 
2,668,610, Feb. 9. 

Bacon. Clinton J., and S. J. Kent, assignors to Nu-Matic 
Nailer. Inc. 2,679.044. CI. 1 — 44.4. 

Bacon, Elbridge F.. Flint, assignor to General Motors Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Pressure gauge. 2,665,584, 
Jan. 12. 

Bacon, Henry M.. to The Dayton Rubber Co. 2,698,032, 
Cl. 139—161. 

Bacon, John H., Wellesley, Mass. Bird cage whistle. 
2,667,012, Jan. 26. 

Bacon, John H., Wellesley, Mass. Rotating toy. 2,673,087, 
Mar 23 

Bacon.' John H. 2,697,298, CI. 46- -44. 

Bacon, Walter M., assignor to Bell Telephone Laborato- 
ries, Incorporated. 2.676,199. Cl. 178 — 2. 

Bacon, Warren M., Cleveland Heights, assignor of one-half 
to O. P. Link, Cleveland, Ohio. Starting bit for rotary 
masonry bits. 2,673,717, Mar. 30. 

Bacque, Pierre J. 2.695,170, Cl. 268—42. 

Bacsik. George J. : See — 

Wilson, Charles L., Dineen, and Bacsik. 2,692,129. 

Baddiley, James, and E. M. Thain, assignors to Na- 
tional Research Development Corporation. 2,676,976, 
Cl. 260 — 461. 

Baddour, Maurice F. : See — 

Morton, George E., and Baddour. 

Bade, Alfred G., Wauwatosa, assignor to The Falk Corpo- 
ration. Milwaukee, Wis. Variable-speed transmission. 
2.671,360, Mar. 9. 

Badeau, Carroll A., to The Thomas & Betts Co. 2,687,149, 
Cl. 140—113. 

Badenoch. Benjamin W., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor of 
one-half to McGraw Electric Company, Elgin, 111. 
Cooking device for cooking batters. 2,666,380. Jan. 19. 

Badenoch. Benjamin W., % to McGraw Electric Co. 
2.693,750. Cl. 99—329. 

Bader. Alfred R. : See — 

Cummings, Lowell O.. Vogel. and Bader. 2,693,476. 
Cummings. Lowell O., Vogel. and Bader. 2,693,484. 

Bader, Alfred R., to Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. 2,693,477, 
Cl. 260—397.2. 

Bader, Alfred R., to Pittsburgh Pl.ate Glass Co. 2,693,478. 
Cl. 260—397.2. 

Bader. Gerald L.. and G. J. Wohanka. assignors to Nord- 
berg Manufacturing Company. 2.678,030. Cl. 123 — 27. 

Bs-dcr J Pfl.rk6r * Sec 

Carlson, George E.. Bader. and Owen. 2,686.652. 

Bader. Walter A., Stockton, Calif. Artificial denture. 
2,669,021. Feb. 16. 

Bader, William, to Wesson Multicut Co. 2,683,302, Cl. 
29 96. 

Bader, w'ilUam, to Wesson Multicut Co. 2,687,563, Cl. 
29—97. 

Badertscher, Dana K. : See — 

Toncray. Millard H., and Badertscher. 

Badertscher, Darwin E.. A. W. Francis, and G. C. Johnson, 
to Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., Inc. 2,688,645, Cl. 260 — 674. 

Badger. Alfred E.. W. R. Kowalka. and J. A. Woods, to 
Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Co. 2,688.824. Cl. 49 — 79. 

Badger, Algernon S., Houston. Tex., assignor, by mesne 
Standard Oil Development Company, 
Pressure indicating device. 2,669.213. 



assignments to 
Elizabeth, N^. J. 
Feb. 16. 
Badger. Algernon 
2.693,084. Cl. 60- 



S.. to 
97. 



Standard Oil Development Co. 



Badger. Everett H.. Jr.. assignor to The Parker Appliance 

Company. 2.679.407. Cl. 284 — 18. 
Badger, Lee W. : See — 

Badger. William H. and L. W. 
Badger. Walter L.. to Wise Potato Chip Co. 2,685,249, 

Cl. 99 — 403. 
Badger. William H. and L. W., Houston. Tex. Spinal 
manipulation and relaxation device. 2.672,860, Mar. 23. 
Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik Aktiengesellschaft : See — 

Becke, Prledrich, and Flieg. 2,697,094. 

Ebel, Frledrich. 

Ebel, Friidrich, Rupp. and Tranth. 2,697.097. 

Gassenmeier, Ernst W.. and Schuster. 2,694.70-1. 

Gerlich. Hans. 2.689.197. 

Hopff, Heinrich, and Spaenig. 

Hopff, Heinrich, and Spaenig. 2,686.182. 

Hopff, Heinrich, and von Sctiickh. 2.681,361. 

Janson. Alfons. 

Kling. August. 2,685.534. 

Krzikalla, Hans. 

Pasedach, Heinrich. 2.694.736. 

Pfltiner, Helmut, and Kaufmann. 2,685.595 

Pfltzner. Helmut, and Merkel. 2,674,595. 

Reppe. Walter. 2.689.261. 



Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrlk Aktiengesellschaft : See — 
Continued. 

Reppe, Walter, von Kutepow, and Leichtle. 
Schlecht. Leo. and Bergmann. 2,687.349. 
Schlecht. Leo. Bergmann, and Oestrelcher. 2.686,714. 
Schuster. Curt. 2,074,602. 
Stastny, Fritz, and Gaeth. 2.681.321. 
Tartter. Arnold. 2.674.601. 
Wintersberger, Karl, and Koudela. 2.690,958. 
Badische Uhrenfabrik G. m. b. H.. assignee : See — 

Hector, Paul W., and Trenkle. 2,772,228. 
Badran, Nasry, Hcliopolis, Cairo, assignor to The Mem- 
phis Chemical Co., Cairo, Egypt. Demethylation of 
methoxy derivatives of furo - 4', 5', - fi,7-chromones. 
2,666,766, Jan. 19. 
Baecher. Bernard J., Sea Cliff, N. Y. Gyroscope damping 

device. 2.067,077, Jan. 26. 
Baecher. Bernard J.. Sea Cliff. N. Y. Gyroscope damping 

device. 2.667.078. Jan. 26. 
Baechler. Joseph, Vand. Switzerland. Means for making 

toy structural units. 2.668.999, Feb. 16, 
Baechli. George, to Joy Mfg. Co. 2,698.077, Cl. 198 — 192. 
Baehr. Carl G.. West Haven, assignor to The Greist Manu- 
facturing Company. New Haven. Conn. Attachment for 
applique work. 2.671.419. Mar. 9. 
Baehr, Carl G.. West Haven, assignor to The Greist Manu- 
facturing Company. New Haven. Conn. Blind stitcher. 
2.673,540, Mar. 30. 
Baehr. Sylvester C, to Wlesner-Rapp Co., Inc. 2,683,531, 

Cl. 209—72. 
Baenen. Howard J. 2.689,426, Cl. 43 — 15. 
Baenziger. Leonard N.. assignor to Royal Electric Com- 
pany. Inc. 2.678.363. Cl. 200—123. 
Baenziger. Leonard N.. to Royal Electric Co.. Inc. 

2.683,210. Cl. 240—10. 
Baer, Carl A. 2.691,613. Cl. 154 — 116. 
Baer, George N., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 

Hu.vler's. 2.678.763. Cl. 226—88.1. 
Baer, Julius. Beverly Hills, Calif. Foot support and mak- 
ing. 2,665,505. Jan. 12. 
Baer. Max W. : See — 

Baer, Walter S., Sr., and M. W. 2,693.708. 
Baer, Walter S.. Sr., and M. W. 2,693,708. Cl. 74 — 110. 
Baerenrodt, Eugene F. : See — 

Olson. Frank W., and Baerenrodt. 2,693,901. 
Baessler. John J., assignee : See — • 

Abplanalp. Robert H. 2,678.147. 
Baevskv. Melvln M.. to E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. 

2,696.463. Cl. 202 — 57. 
Baffrey. Antoine R. : See — 

Finchelstein, Lazare. and Baffrey. 
Bagby. Ralph B., Evanston. assignor to Triangle Package 
Machinery Company, Chicago, 111. Capping machine. 
2,665.832. Jan. 12. 
Bagdigian. Ralph P. 2,677,421, Cl. 164 — 23. 
Baggenstoss, Alois C. : See — • 

Stanley, Lester N., and Baggenstoss. 2,682,559. 
Baegott, Edmund W., Brooklyn, assignor to Ideal Toy 
Corporation, HoUis, N. Y. Toy sword. 2.669.062, 
Feb. 16. 
Baggott, Edmund W.. assignor to Ideal Toy Corporation. 

2.675.641. Cl. 46—8. 
Baggs, Burton D., Jr. : See- 
Smith, Alexander, and Baggs. 
Bagley, Glen D.. Lewiston, N. Y., assignor to Union Car- 
bide and Carbon Corporation. Electric reduction fur- 
nace. 2,671,124. Mar. 2. 
Bagley, John F., Jr., South Hadley. assignor to Stanley 
Home Products, Inc., Westfield. Mass. Brush. 
2,668,971. Feb. 16. 
Bagley. William H. 2.680,380, Cl. 74 — ^230.8. 
Bagnall. John A. 2,689.506, Cl. 93 — 8. 
Bagnell. Edgar W., to Johnston Testers, Inc. 2,683,370. 

Cl. 73—300. 
Bagno. Samuel M.. Astoria, assignor to Alertronic Cor- 
poration. Re. 23.820. Cl. 340-258. 
Baewell-Purefoy, John, and W. S. Cooper. 2,677.308. 

Cl. 90—11.4. 
Bahler, George. 2,692,065, Cl. 220—52. 
Bahlsen, Werner : See — 

Lange. Ferdinand. 2.676.747. 
Lange, Ferdinand. 2.692.078. 
Bahlsen, Werner. 2.678.614, Cl. 107 — 57. 
Bahney, Luther W.. Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to The 
American Metal Company. Limited. New York. N. Y. 
Inspection conveyer. 2,664,992, Jan. 5. 
Bahnson Co.. The : See — 

King. James F., Jr. 2.688,252. 
Saunders. Marcellus G.. Jr. 2,685,246. 
Baia. Philip. 2.G79.1S0. CI. 88 — 1. 
Baier. Charles F. 2,695.788. Cl. 279 — 77. 
Baier. Liidwig S. 2,691.355, Cl. 114—27. 
Baier, Willard B., Ontario, assignor to Sunkist Growers, 
Inc.. Los Angeles. Calif. Attractants for cattle feeds. 
2,665,987. Jan. 12. 
Bailar. John C. Jr. : See — 

Sargent, Donald B.. and Bailar. 
Bailey. Agard H.. assignor to California Institute Re- 
search Foundation. 2.675,903. Cl. 197 — 84. 
Bailey, Alonzo W. 2.682.939. Cl. 189 — 34. 
Bailey, Alton E., to National Cylinder Gas Co. 2,691,665. 
Cl. 260—428. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



31 



Bailey, Arthur K.. F. E. J. GirlliiR. and J. W. I'letts, to the 
Minister of Supply in llis Majesty's Government of the 
United Kingdom of Great Uritain and Northern Ireland. 
2.686,301. CI. 343—5. 
Bailey, Bradford E., assignor to Standard Oil Develop- 
ment Company. 2,676,lo6. CI. 252 — 373. 
Bailey, Bradford B. 2,684,276, a. 311—94. 
Bailey, Cliristoplier E. G., and D. H. I'aul. to Hartford 

National Bank and Trust Co. 2, 091,005, 01. 250 — 15. 
Bailey, Curtis D, 2,696,379, 01. 265 — 37. 
Bailey, Ervin G., and R. M. Hardgrove, to The Babcock 

& Wilcox Co. 2,688,942. 01. 110 — 103. 
Bailey, Ervin G.. and R. M. Hardgrove, to The Babcock 

& Wilcox Co. 2,091.455. 01. 214 — 519. 
Bailey, Ervin G., and R. M. Hardgrove, to The Babcock & 

Wilcox Co. 2,696,511. CT. 260—679. 
Bailey, George B., to The Hays Corp. 2,693,827. 01. 

137—795. 
Bailey, George S.. Hat Co.. Inc.. assignee : See — 

Lockhart. Russell 0. 2.077,827. 
Bailey, George W. 2,088,272, 01. 88—41. 
Bailey, Harold G., Berkley, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Mich. Sub- 
seller. 2.673.510. Mar. 30. 
Bailey, James, to ri;ix Corp. 2,097,852, CT. 18 — 14. 
Bailey, James, and J. Pinsky, West Hartford, and C. G. 
Reber, Newlngton. assignors to Plai Corporation. W'est 
Hartford Conn. Increasing the tear resistance of plas- 
tic film. 2,668,988. Feb. 16. 
Bailey, James, and H. A. Pratt, assignora to Plax Cor- 
poration. 2,674,006. 01. 18 — 5. 
Bailey. James H. 2.692.647, 01. 164 — 73. 
Bailey, John H. : See — 

Studebaker, Arthur W., and Bailey. 
Bailey. John H. 2,676,065. 01. 181 — 41. 
Bailey Meter Co. : See — 

Barnard, Clayton H. 2.685,205. 

Barnard, Clayton H., and McEvoy. 

Dickey, Paul S. 

Dickey. Paul S. 2.697,351. 

Dickey, Paul S., and Shannon. 2,698,141. 

English. James F.. Jr. 2.694.1 62. 

Gorrle, Harvard H. 2.675,015. 

Gorrie, Harvard H. 2.679,828. 

Gorrle, Harvard H., and Shannon. 

Gorrie. Harvard H., and Shannon. 

Hornfeck, Anthony J. 

■ ' 2,689,088. 

2.689,339. 
2,689,477. 
2,689,932. 
Luhrs, and Smith. 



2,089,478. 



2.679,829. 
2,079,802. 



Hornfeck, Anthony J 
Hornfeck, Anthony J. 
Hornfeck, Anthony J. 
Hornfeck, Anthony J. 
Hornfeck. Anthony J. 
Lewis, Henry P. 
Markow, George R., and Hornfeck. 2,690,004. 
McEvoy, James E. 2,074.879. 
McEvoy, James E.. and Hornfeck. 2,685,203. 
Musat. George, and Dueringer. 2 089,000. 
Paulison, William L., Jr., and Davenport. 2,684,078. 
Shannon, Jack P. 2,084,473. 
Shannon. Jack P.. and Aberegg. 2,690,871. 
Smith, Clifford T., and Paulison. 
Bailey, Paul C. : See — 

Van Deventer, Harry R., and Bailey. 
Bailey, Perkins H., New York, N. T., assignor to The 
William Carter Company, Needham Heights, Mass. 
Man's pouch-type brief. 2,064,889, Jan. 5. 
Bailey, Richard W., assignor to Milo Harding Company. 

2,679,799, CI. 101—118. 
Bailey, Richard W.. to Milo Harding Co. 2,097,397, 01. 

101 — 119. 
Bailey, Robert E., Arlington, Vt. Corner brace. 2,009,497, 

Feb. 10. 
Bailey, Robert S.. assignor to International Standard Elec- 
tric Corporation, New York, N. Y. Telocity modulated 
electron discharge device. 2.607,597. Jan. 26. 
Bailey, Roy W., and J. T. Faull, to Detroit Power Screw- 
driver Co. 2,090,902. 01. 198 — 33. 
Bailey, Vincent R., assignor to The Gillette Company. 

2,074.368. 01. 206 — 16. 
Bailev. Vincent R.. assignor to The Gillette Company. 

2.678.120. 01. 200 — 10. 
Bailey. Violet. 2.685,088. 01. 2 — 73. 

Bailey, Waldo, S., % to K. Maxon, and % to I. W. Mont- 
gomery. 2.683.541, 01. 214 — 77. 
Bailey. Wesley T., to California Research Corp. 2,688,599, 

CI. 252—138. 
Bailey. William M.. Company, assignee : See — 
Bowland, Andrew. 

Bailin, Richard C. to Sylvania Electric Products Inc. 
2,086,885, 01. 313—107. 

Bain, Charles K., Bonne Terre, Mo. Method and ap- 
paratus for sinking mine shafts. 2.007,750, Feb. 2. 

Bain, Edwin O. 2,685,751, 01. 37 — 13. 

Bain, George W.. Jr. : See — 

Werenfels, Peter H., and Bain. 2,680,778. 

Bain, George W., Jr., to Radio Corp. of America. 2.095,985, 
CI. 321—38. 

Bain, James, Jr., assignor to General Electric Company. 
2,079,060, 01. 18—5. 

Bain, Jay G. : See — 

Reyner, Charles H. 2.692,522. 

Bain, Reginald. 2,684,700, 01. 144 — 303. 

Bainbridge. Featherstone.. to Huwood Mining Machinery 
Ltd. 2,689,716, CI. 262 — 8. 



Bainbridge, Featherstone, to Huwood Mining Machinery 

I>td. 2,689 717, 01. 262— S. 
Bainbridge, Featherstone, to Huwood .Mining Machinery 

Ltd. 2,689,721. CI. 262—31. 
Bainbridge, John P., Jr., Marblehead, Mass., assignor to 



St. Louis, Mo. I'revent- 
freshly printed papers. 



Electrically heated va- 



Monsanto Chemical Company, 

ing offset of print from" 

2,673,520, Mar. 30. 
Bair, Harry P., assignor of 50% to R. I. Bair. 2,075,155, 

01. 228—29. 
Bair, Julian IT., Seattle, Wash. 

porizer. 2,068,993, Feb. 16. 
Bair, Roger 1., assignee : Sec — 
Bair, Harry P. 2,675,155. 
Baird Associates. Inc., assignee : See — 
Williamson, Donald E. 2,674.703. 
Baird, Daniel A., Los Angeles, Calif. Releasable hoisting 

device. 2,673.116, Mar. 23. 
Baird, Douglas O., assignee : See — 

Oastner. George P. 
Baird, Edgar \V.. Jr. : See— 

iJllberg. Frederick G. W., Jr. and Baird. 
Baird, Edward O., and R. H. Rogers. 2,675,227, 

21. 
Baird, Edward O., and R. H. Rogers. 2,675,228, 01. 268— 

21. 
Baird, John B., and N. C. Turner, assignors to Hudson 

Engineering Corporation, Houston, Tex. Separation 

of hydrocarbons. 2,668,139, Feb. 2. 
Baird. Kenneth M., to Tlie Honorary Advisorv Council for 

Scientific and Industrial Research. 2,687,062, 01. 



01. 2G8— 



88—16. 
Baird, Ronald J. 
Lang, Loui.s, 
Baird, Samuel P. 



See — 
and Baird. 
2,675,123, 



. 01. 206—05. 

Buird, William, Manchester, K. H. Jones, Northwich, and 
.\. Macarthur, Manchester, England, assignors to Im- 
perial Chemical Industries Limited. Antifoam agents 
comprising condensation product of ethylene oxide with 
1,12-octadecanediol. 2,671,811, Mar. 9. 

Baireuther. Edward J., J. M. Condran, and S. I. Rochwite. 
2.694.339, 01. 88 — 29. 

Baisch, Richard K., Cottage City, Md., assignor to Reming- 
ton Arms Company, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Armor 
shield for projectile type fastening. Re, 23.786, Feb. 23. 

Baize, Calvin U. 2.691,182. 01. 15 — 27. 

Bakal, Carl. 2,092,573. 01. 116 — 67. 

Bakalar, Arthur B., San Francisco, and R. D. Sullivan. 
Oakland, assignors to Shell Development Company, San 
Francisco. Calif. Sizing paper. 2,665,983, Jan. 12. 

D. J. Oldenboom, and L. T. Bleuer, 
Business Machines Corp. 2,684,746, 



fiakelaar, John H. 

to International 

CI. 197 — 133. 
Baker, Aaron A., 

2,675,880, 01. 166 — 20^ 
Baker, Albert A., to J. A. Zurn Mfg. 

137—360. 
Baker, Albert A., to J. A. Zurn Mfg. Co. 2,688,976. 01 

137—284. 
Baker, Albert F., to Hancock Mfg, 

292 7 

Baker, Alifred. 2,683,542, 01. 214 — 140. 
Baker. Allister L. : See — 

Keuffel. Carl W., Kissam. and Baker, 
Baker, Allister L., Jersey City, assignor 



assignor to Baker Oil Tools, Inc. 

Co. 2,687,141, 01. 

2,688,976. 01. 

Co. 2,683,616. CI. 



2,679.181. 
to Keuffel 



& 



Esser Company, Hoboken, N. J. Surveying instru- 
ment. 2,667,693, Feb. 2. 
Baker, Allister L., assignor to Keuffel & Esser Company. 

2,674,044, 01. 33—70. 
Baker, Allister L., to Keuffel & Esser Co. 2,696,054, 01. 

33 — 222. 
Baker, Arthur A., and J. H. Brown, assignors to Oldbury 
Electro-Chemical Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. Pro- 
duction of alkyl phosphites. 2,670,368. Feb, 23. 
Baker, Arthur D. 2.687.242, 01. 223 — 84. 
Baker. Arthur H. 2,675,293, 01. 21 — 53. 
Baker, Arthur W., and G. G. Porter, assignors to The 

J. H. Mayhew Company. 2,676,522. 01. 93—38. 
Baker. Benjamin P. : See — 

Ludwig. Leon R., Leeds, Baker, and Gumming. 
MacNeill, John B.. Leeds, and Baker. 
Baker. Benjamin P., and W. M. Leeds, to Westinghouse 
Electric Corp. 2,693,519. 01. 200 — 150. 

P.. and W. S. Aspey. to Westinghouse 
2.695,349. 01. 200 — 150. 
R.. and R. E. Schaub. to American 
2,094,711, CI. 200—250.4. 



Laboratories, Inc. 



Baker, Benjamin 

Electric Corp. 
Baker, Bernard 

Cyanamid Co. 
Baker Brothers, Inc. : See- 

Hoenig. John. 2,094,507. 
Baker, Buford M.. to Engineering 

2,082,389, 01. 25.5—313. 
Baker Castor Oil Company, The, assignee : See — 
Hansen, Edward F. 

Baker, Chester L.. and R. H. Sams, to Philadelphia Quartz 

Co. 2.081,290, 01. 106 — 79. 
Baker. Clifford A. : See — 

Kuzma, John J., Kurtz, and Baker. 2,685,155. 
Baker & Co.. Inc. : See — 

Johnson, Joseph E. 

Lincoln, Arnold J. 

Schnell, Albert, and Armeny. 2.091,214. 
Baker, Corwin W., to United Shoe Machinery Corp. 
2,693,608, CI. 12—85.2. 



32 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Baker, Dan I). 2.070,439. CI. 51 — 195. 

Baker, Donald J., Los Angeles, Calif. Pickup arm for 
phonographs. 2,605,919, Jan. 12. 

Bakor, Earl C. assignor to K. I. du Pont de Nemours 
and Company. 2.070,702. CI. 242 — 18. 

Baker, Edith G., administratrix : See — 
Baker, Max K. 

Baker, Edwin R. : See — 

Kirk, .Tames C. and Baker. 2,682,553. 

Baker, Edwin R., to Continental Oil Co. 2,684,943. CI. 
252 .33.4. 

Baker, Klv'in K. Ilavertown, assignor to George P. Pilling 
& Son Company. Philadelphia, Pa. Surgical clamping 
means. 2,008,.^)38, Feb. 9. 

Baker, Frederick C. 2,675,406, CI. 240—78. 

Baker George H., to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. 
2,004,100. CI. .■?43 — 177. 

Baker, George L., Newark, Del., assignor to Seaplant 
Chemical Corporation, New Bedford, Mass. Gelling 
compositions. 2,669,519. Feb. 16. 

Baker George T.. to Briti.sh Telecommunications Re- 
search Ltd. 2.086.225, CI. 179—18. 

Baker, George T., Taplow, Bucks, and A. Davison, as- 
signors to Automatic Telephone & Electric Company 
Limited, Liverpool. England. Electrical signaling sys- 
tem. 2,072.519. Mar. 16. 

Baker. George W., to United States Gypsum Co. 2.681,127, 
pi igc) 34 

Baker, George W., and A. M. Olson, to Chain Belt Co. 
2,080.800, CI. 15 — 70. 

Baker, George W. 2,690.522. CI. 313—258. 

Baker, Gerald T., Fort Dodge, Iowa. Extension unit for 
tractor operated loading attachments. 2,606,540, 
Jan. 19. . ^ ^ 

Baker, Gerald T.. assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Avco Manufacturing Corporation. 2,075,933, CI. 
214—140. 

Baker. Harold E., Danvers, and J. H. Brooks. West Pea- 
body, assignors to Sylvania Electric Products Inc., 
Salem, Mass. Lamp basing machine. 2,065,894. 
Jan. 12. 

Baker, Harold G.. and S. M. Creighton, to Canada Packers 
Ltd. 2,697.105. CI. 260—397.1. 

Baker, Henry C, deceased ; L. N. Baker, administratrix. 
2,674,794, CI. 30—171. 

Baker. Howard E.. and J. H. Burney. 2,074,389, 
CI. 220 — 23.4. 

Baker. Jack F. 2.693,238. CI. 166—78. 

Baker, James G., Winchester, Mass.. assignor to The 
Perkln-Elmer Corporation. Glenbrook. Conn. Photo- 
graphic optical objective lens system. 2.671.380. Mar. 9. 

Baker, James G.. to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of War. 2.685.230, CI. 88—57. 

Baker, James G.. to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of the Air Force. 2.685.238, CI. 
Q5 ]^2 5 

Baker, James G., to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of War. 2.694,959, CI. 88 — 57. 

Baker, James J., to Marfisa Baker, Inc. 2,692,993, CI. 
5—98. 

Baker, James M., to Redler Conveyors Ltd. 2,695,107, CI. 
214—17. 

Baker, James N., Baltimore County, Md., assignor to The 
Black and Decker Manufacturing Company. Electric 
scale. 2,670,195, Feb. 23. 

Baker. John B.. assignor to The Timken Roller Bearing 
Company, Canton, Ohio. Rock drill bit. 2,673,715, 
Mar. 30. 

Baker. John H., to American Brake Shoe Co. 2,693.397. 
CI. 308—18. 

Baker, John H., Bonanza, and R. B. Nelson, assignors to 
American Gilsonite Company, Salt Lake City, Utah. 
Insulating a metal structure and insulated metal struc- 
ture. 2,668,125. Feb. 2. 

Baker, John R.. assignor to Baker Oil Tools. Inc. 
2.675.877, CI. 166 — 12. 

Baker, John R.. and B. L. Austin, to Baker Oil Tools, Inc. 
2,695.068, CT. 166 — 204. 

Baker. Laurence, assignor to The General Tire and Rubber 
Cornpanv. Akron. Ohio. Vulcanizable composition. 
2.666, 7.55, Jan. 19. 

Baker. Lelah N.. administratrix : See — 
Baker. Henry C. 2,674.794. 

Baker. Malcolm C. : See — 

Baker. Willis C. 2,696.039. 

Baker. Max K.. deceased, Chicago. 111.. E. G. Baker, ad- 
ministratrix, assignor to Mercury Electronic Labora- 
tories. Inc. Detecting pickup. 2.673.250, Mar. 23. 

Baker. Max P., to General Motors Corp. 2.686,697. CI. 
305—10. 

Baker Oil Tools. Inc., assignee : See — 
Althouse William S., Jr. 
Baker Aaron A. 2. 675. ,880. 
Baker. John R. 2.675.877. 
Baker, .John R.. and Austin. 2,695,068. 
Baker. Reuben C. 
Baker. Reuben C. 2.083.492. 
Baker. Reuben C. 2,687.775. 
Baker. Reuben C. 2.087,776. 
Baker, Reuben C. 2,687.913. 
Baker. Reuben C. 2.690,223. 
Baker, Reuben C. 2,690,228. 



Baker Oil Tools, Inc., assignee: See — Continued. 
Baker, Reuben C, and Conrad. 2,674.;il4. 
Baker. Reuben C. and Conrad. 2.081.113. 
Baker, Reuben C, and Conrad. 2.690.225. 
Baker, Reuben C., and Conrad. 2.695.065. 
Baker, Reuben C, and Ragan. 2.685.931. 
Childers. Roscoe O. 
Clark, Earnest H., Jr. 
Conrad. Martin B. 
Conrad, Martin B. 2,681,114. 
Conrad. Martin B. 2,687,094. 
Conrad. Martin B. 2,692.023. 
Conrad. Martin B. 2.692,066. 
Conrad. Martin B., and Clark. 2,675,876. 
Gassaway, James S. 2,683.491. 
Lee. Francis H. 2.081.112. 
Mater. P.ernardus E. 
Ragan, Thomas M. 2,095.000. 
Ragan. Thomas M., and Conrad.' 2,695,064. 
Ragan. Thomas M.. and Durant. 
Saurernan. Dean F., and Hilton. 
Baker Perkins Inc. : See — 

Cox. Bradley G. 2,686,595. 
Dersch, John A. 2,681,727. 
Dersch. .John A. 2.689.035. 
Krenke. Norman O. 2,688,518. 
Riordan. Albert O. 2.688,517. 
Steadman, Rufus P. 
Baker Perkins Limited, assignee : See — 

Woodward, Stanley, and Morgan. 2.677.259. 
Baker, Porter C. Nampa, Idaho. Automatic irrigation 

dam. 2.664,713, Jan. 5. 
Baker-Raulang Co.. The : See — 

Davies, Robert H., and Parcell. 2,677,475. 
Lehmann, -Alax. 2.689,602. 
Lehmann, Max. 2.694.460. 
Baker, Reuben C. Coalinga, assignor to Baker Oil Tools. 
Inc., Vernon, Calif. Well packer apparatus. 2,665,763, 
Jan. 12. 
Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, assignor to Baker Oil Tools. 
Inc., Los Angeles, Calif. Retrievable subsurface well 
tool. 2.665,764, Jan. 12. 
Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, assignor to Baker Oil Tools, 
Inc., Vernon, Calif. Segmental slip subsurface well tool. 
2,665,765, Jan. 12. 
Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga. assignor to Baker Oil Tools. 
Inc., Vernon. Calif. Production packer apparatus. 
2.667.928. Feb. 2. 
Baker. Reuben C, Coalinga. assignor to Baker Oil Tools. 
Inc., Vernon. Calif. Casing scraper. 2,667,931. Feb. 2. 
Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga. assignor to Baker Oil Tools, 
Inc., Vernon, Calif. Well Jarring apparatus. 2.671.640, 
Mar. 9. 
Baker. Reuben C, to Baker Oil Tools, Inc. 2,683,492. 

CI. 166 — 217. 
Baker. Reuben C, to Baker Oil Tools, Inc. 2.687,775. 

CI. 166—63. 
Baker. Reuben C, to Baker Oil Tools, Inc. 2,687,776. 

CI. 166—63. 
Baker. Reuben C, to Baker Oil Tools, Inc. 2,687,913. 

CI. 294 — 86. 
Baker, Reuben C, 

CI. 166—63. 
Baker, Reuben C, 

CI. 166—178. 
Baker. Reuben C, and M. B. Conrad, assignors to Baker 

Oil Tools. Inc. 2,674,314. CI. 166—1. 
Baker. Reuben C, and M. B. Conrad to Baker Oil Tools. 

Inc. 2.681.113. CI. 166—129. 
Baker. Reuben C. and T. M. Ragan, to Baker Oil Tools, 

Inc. 2,685,931. CL 166—173. 
Baker, Reuben C, and M. B. Conrad, to Baker Oil Tools. 

Inc. 2.690,225. CI. 166 — 140. 
B.aker. Reuben C.. and M. B. Conrad, to Baker Oil Tools. 

Inc. 2.695,065, CI. 166 — 63. 
Baker. Richard E.. to Radio Corp. of America. 2,697,747, 

CI. 178—7.1. 
Baker, Robert E. 2.694,574. CI. 27.3-89. 
Baker. Robert F.. to Westinghouse Electric Corp. 

2.692.216. CI. 148—11.5. 

Baker, Robert P.. to Westinghouse Electric Corp. 

2.692.217. CI. 148—11.5. 
Baker. Roger : See — 

Blasingame. Jesse J., and Baker. 2.698.432. 

B.aker. Theodore C. Toledo. Ohio, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Allied Chemical & D.ve Corporation. New 
York. N. Y. Production of articles of high Impact 
strength. 2.665.261. Jan. 5. 

Baker. Theodore C. assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Allied Chemical & Dve Corporation. 2,680,105, CI. 
260—39. 

Baker, Virgil H.. Springfield. Ohio, assignor to Elliott 
Company. Pittsburgh. Pa. Cleaner for heat exchange 
and the like tubes. 2.672.636. Mar. 23. 

Baker. Vircil H.. assignor to Elliott Company. 2.679.061. 
CI. 15 — 104.10. 

2,680.421. CI. 115—1. 
to Jered Industries. Inc. 2.687.652, 



to Baker Oil Tools, Inc. 2,690,223. 
to Balv-er Oil Tools, Inc. 2,690.228. 



Baker. Willard C. 

Baker, Willard C, 
P] 74 378 

Baker. Willard L. : See — 

Dorosz. .\do1ph S., and Baker. 
Baker. William E. : See — 

Ellet, D Maxwell, and Baker. 



2,692.998. 
2,686,427. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



33 



Baker WiUiiim O., Morrlstown, N. J. Smokeless powder 
grains and niaklns same. 2,668,132, Feb. 2. 

naker. William ()., anil R. O. Grlsdale. to IJell Telephone 
Laboratories, Inc. 2.()97,028. CI. 23—209.1. 

Baker, William O., R. O. Grlsdale, and F. II. Winslow. to 
Bell Telephone Laboratories. Inc. 2,697,029, CI. 23 — 
209 1. 

Baker, William O.. and R. O. Grlsdale. to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories. Inc. 2,697,136, CI. 179—122. 

Baker, William R., assignor to the United States of 
America as represented by the United States Atomic 
Energy Commission. 2,674,094. CI. 250—36. 

Baker, William R., and D. A. Vance, assignors to the 
United States of America as represented by by the 
United States Atomic Energy Commission. 2,677,778, 
CI. 313—38. , „ 

Baker. Willis C, to M. C. Baker, and M. Fiirraan. 
2,696.039, CI. 29 — 200. 

Baker, Winifred F. : See — 

Downes, Lloyd C. and Baker. 

Bakke. Alfred H.. assignee : See — 
Mullins, Edward J. 

Bakke. Hans A. : See — 

Goss, James H., Mendelsohn, and Bakke. 

Goss, James H.. Mendelsohn, and Bakke. 2.683,921. 

Bakke, John E. : See — 

Glern. James B., and Bakke. 2.690,617. 

Bakke, Laurence D., to Continental Motors Corp. 
2.694,117, CI. 200—19. 

Bakken, Lars, % to B. R. Bermann. 2,684,849. CI. 273—87. 

Bakker, Pier, assignor to Automatic Electric Laboratories, 
Inc., Chicago, 111. Automatic switch for telephone sys- 
tems. 2,673,245, Mar. 23. 

Bakker, Willem. assignor to American Enka Corporation. 
2,674.419. CI. 242—157. 

Bakker, Willem, to American Enka Corp. 2,688,506, CI. 

ogg "19 

Bakker. willem. 2,693,978, CI. 292—256.6. 
Bakst, Aaron : See — 

Ruskin, Simon L., and Bakst. 2,694,743. 
Balakofskv. Sol. 2.697.173, CI. 250—51. 
Balcar, Frederick R.. and H. B. Smith, Jr., assignors to 

Air Reduction Company, Incorporated. 2,674,581, CI. 

25<> 188 3 

Balch, Gerald G. 2,680,414, CI. 107 — 1. 

Balcb, Hugh T., to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. 

2,692.371, CI. 332 — 43. 
Balch. Theodore H.. and R. F. Van De Mark, to Sel-Set Co. 

2.696.853. CI. 143—120. 
Baldanza. Nicholas T.. assignor, by mesne assignments to 

Curtiss-Wright Corporation. 2,679,875, CI. 150 — 0.5. 
Baldanza, Nicholas T., to Curtiss-Wright Corp. 2,682,234. 

CI. 107—19. 
Baldanza, Nicholas T.. and C. Castelli. to Curtiss-Wright 

Corp. 2,682.196. CI. 88 — 41. 
Baldauski, Francis A. : See — 

Brereton. John G.. Baldauski. and Bornor. 2,682.467. 
Baldoni. Bernard, assignor to Corn Products Refining 

Company. 2.676.169, 01. 260—123. 
Baldridge, Harold D.. to Diadem, Inc. 2,688,397, CI. 

206 — 44. 
Baldridge, Ronald. 2,690,036, CI. 51—170. 
Baldridge, Walter M., and K. R. Davisson. 2,696,977, 

CI. 259—10. 
Baldsiefen, Walter D., Metuchen, X. J., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington. Del. 
Preparing a light sensitive silver halide emulsion. 
2.666,700. Jan. 19. 
Baldwin. Charles A. 2.686.084. CI. 302—23. 
Baldwin, Clyde P.. to Joy Mfg. Co. 2,688,706, CI. 310—68. 
Baldwin. Clyde P., to Joy Mfg. Co. 2,689,719, CI. 262—28. 
Baldwin Co.. The : See — 

Mork, Raymond P. 2,682 616. 
Baldwin. Edwin G.. assignor to Bell Telephone Laborato- 
ries. Incorporated. 2.676.271, CI. 307 — 88. 
Baldwin. Jack R.. to A. L. Kearns. 2.683.266. CI. 5 — 285. 
Baldwin. Jesse A.. Ashland. Wis., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Reconstruction Finance Corporation, Den- 
ver, Colo. Manufacture of oil filters. 2,665,075, Jan. 5. 
Baldwin, John D.. Jr., assignor to The Weatherhead Com- 
pany. 2,677,345, CI. 116—118. 
Baldwin, John D., Jr., and A. G. Johnson, to The Weather- 
head Co. 2,687,018, CI. 62—1. 
Baldwin, Lee E.. Glendale, assignor to Weston Hydraulics, 
Limited. North Hollywood, Calif. Fluid pressure regu- 
lator. 2.671.463, Mar. 9. 
Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton Corp. : See — 
Hall, Keith W. 
Jacobs, Henry L. 2,674,772. 
Larrecq, Anthony J. 
Ruge, .Arthur C. 
Ruge, Arthur C. 2.681,566. 
Ruge, Arthur C. 2,688.727. 
Schurr, Otto E. 
Shneider. Harold M. 
Spier. Hans G.. and Lasley. 
Willi, Richard B. 
Baldwin. Maynard M.. to Mathieson Chemical Corp. 

2,688,603, a. 252—476. 
Baldwin, Maynard M.. and A. P. Young, Jr., to Abbott 
Laboratories. 2.694,669, CI. 167 — 87. 

284920— P 3 



Baldwin. Morton S. : Sec — 

Wray. Alfred W., and Baldwin. 2,688,305. 

Baldwin, Philip S., % to Fiat Socleti per Azionl. 

2,694,902, CI. 60—54.6. 
Ralilwin. Kichard K.. to Powers-Sanias Accounting Ma- 
chinos Ltd. 2.688,916, CI. 101—93. 

Baldwin. Robert H., and R. E. Bley, assignors to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company. 2,678,907, CI. 202 — 46. 

Baldwin, William R. : Sec — • 

Renick. James A., and Baldwin. 2.686,553. 

Bale. Altdn (J.. Jr. : See — 

Woinfurt. William J., and Bale. 

Bale. Alton Q.. Jr., assignor to McGraw Electric Com- 
pany, Milwaukee, Wis. Electric motor control means. 
2.671.190. Mar. 2. 

Balentine, William H. : See — 

Klingner. Adolph F.. and Balentine. 

Bales, Max G., Anderson, Ind., assignor to General Mo- 
tors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Ignition timer. 
2.671,829, Mar. 9. 

Bales. Max G., Anderson. Ind., assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Pressure actuated control 
mechanism. 2,672,890, Mar. 23. 

Bales, Max G., assignor to General Motors Corporation. 
2.678,365. CI. 201—63. 

Balfe, George T., to Detroit Gasket & Mfg. Co. 2,695.186. 
CI. 288 — 31. 

Balfour, Walter, & Co., Inc., assignee : See — 
Stevens, Herbert H., Jr. 

Balint, Anthony, New York, N. Y. Harmonica playing 
cover. 2,671,374. Mar. 9. 

Balint, John : See — 

Flora, Laurence H.. and Balint. 

Balint, John, to Tlnnerman Products, Inc. 2,695,806, CI. 
292 — 258. 

Baike, Claire C, Drexel Hill, Pa., assignor to Fansteel 
Metallurgical Corporation, North Chicago, 111. Metal 
body of high porosity. 2,671,953, Mar. 16. 

BaIke, Claire C., Drexel Hill, Pa., assignor to Fansteel 
Metallugrical Corporation, North Chicago. 111. Pro- 
duction of porous silver bodies. 2.672.415. Mar. 16. 

Balkin, Mark, and D. G. Turner, to George Angus and Co. 
Ltd. 2.685,109. CI. 19 — 143. 

Ball, Charles F., Franklin, assignor to Joy Manufacturing 
Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Bit securing device for ro- 
tary pavement cutters or the like. 2,665,893, Jan. 12. 

Ball, Charles F., Franklin, assignor to Joy Manufacturing 
Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Material receiving, storing, 
and delivering apparatus. 2,670.836. Mar. 2. 

Ball. Charles F.. to Joy Mfg. Co. 2.693.268. CI. 198—65. 

Ball. Charles F., to Joy Mfg. Co. 2,696,288, CI. 198—9. 

Ball, Charles O., to ChemicoUoid Laboratories, Inc. 
2.696,440. CI. 99 — 105. 

Ball. Donald T. : See — 

Lewton. Ross E.. and Ball. 

Ball. Donald T., Oak Park, assignor to Chrysler Corpora- 
tion. Highland Park, Mich. Shock absorber. 2,670,814, 
Mar. 2. 

Ball, Edgar D., of 1/2 to George H. Alexander Machinery 
Ltd. 2,683,934, CI. 33—147. O 

Ball. Hugh E.. and E. Pell, to Cutler-Hammer. Inc. 
2.697.200. CI. 323—60. 

Ball. Jack, to Picker X-Ray Corp.. Waite Mfg. Division. 
2.681.417. CI. 250—95. 

Ball. John A., and W. G. Angerson. 2,679.055, CI. 5 — 100. 

Ball. John H. 2.680.847. CI. 2—14. 

Ball, John S.. to Henry Simon (Holdings) Ltd. 2.689.063. 
01. 222 — 58. 

Ball. John S.. J. F. Lockwood. and G. Watts, deceased 
(L. M. Watts, executrix), to Henry Simon (Holdings) 
Ltd. 2.689.688. CI. 241 — 12. 

Ball. Samuel W. 2.690.186, CI. 135—5.1. 

Ball & Socket Mfg. Co., The : See — 
Hubbell. Leslie W. 2,695,589. 

Ball, Thomas M., Detroit, assignor to Chrysler Corpora- 
tion, Highland, Mich. Choke device. 2,667,154, Jan. 
26. 

Ball. Thomas M.. to Chrysler Corp. 2,692.651. CI. 180 — 77. 

Ballachey. Robert G.. and G. Normand. 2,673,980, CI. 

1 — 44.5. 
Ballantine. James S., Absecon, N. J. Sectional chip 

breaker. 2,664,931, Jan. 5. 
Ballantyne Company, The, assignee : See — 

Brown, Ho M. 
Ballard. Albert E. : See — 

Jones. Jean E.. and Ballard. 2.678,883. 
Ballard, Alfred G., to G. K. N. Group Services Ltd. 

2,682,973, 01. 221 — 68. 
Ballard, Charles U. 2.676,374, 01. 24 — 73. 
Ballard, Charles U. 2,693,811. CI. 137—87. 
Ballard. Clayton A. : See — 

Hammond. William E., and Ballard. 
Hammond. William E.. Lidford, and Ballard. 
Ballard. Dana R. 2,691.360. 01. 119—53. 
Ballard, Ernest S. 2.695.924. CI. 178—6.6. 
Ballard. James W.. to The Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. 

2,690,335, CI. 267—63. 
Ballard. Lester W.. assignor, by mesne assignments, of % 

to Tuboscope Company. 2.677.880, CI. 29 — 236. 
Ballard, Louis M., to Wayne Mfg. Co. 2,682,679, CI. 

15—182. 



34 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



2,682,681, 



Baliiies, 
S. A. 



Ballard. Kaiidall C, assignor to Kadio Corporation of 

Aniorica. 2,678.348. CI. 178—5.2. 
Ballard, Hobprt G.. «auKus, Mass., assignor to General 

Electric Conipanv. Mass measuring liquid levc'l float 

gauge. 2,069,123, Feb. 10. 
naliaid, Uoberl G., to Cencral IClcclric Co. 2,(;8],9((, (J. 

■'40 ■' 1 
Ballard, Seaver A., K. C. Morris, and V. W. Buls, to Shell 

nevclopiiieut Co. 2,687,403. CI. 260—85.5. _ 
r.allard. Seaver A., and K. R. Whetstone, assignors _to 

,S1h'11 Di'velopiiieut Company. 2, 67.'), 413, CI. 260 — 654. 
BMUar<l .Seaver A. H. D. Finch, and E. A. Peterson, to 

Shell' Development Co. 2,693,497, CI. 260—681. 
Ballard, William R. J. 2,688,891, CI. 80—56 
Ballato, Carlo J., and P. F. Ke.arins. 2,0i9,3-'.S. i 1. 

214—309. 
Ballentine, John R. : Sec — . 

Coleman, Ralph M., Ballentine, and McDill. 

Bailer, Albeit IL, to Rand McNally & Co. 2,689,751, CI. 

283—63. 
Bailer, Harry C. 2.B98.210. CI. 309—21. 
Ballew, Dallas D., Baltimore, Md. Doughnut filling ma- 
chine. 2,669,947, Feb. 23. ^ , . . , 
Ballew. Julius R., Hobbs, X. Mc.\. Magnetic fishing tool. 

2,671,685, Mar. 9. ^ ^^ 

Ballinger. Lewis J. H. 2,682,150, CI. 60—97. 
Ballinger, Lewis J. H. 2,685,154. CI. 51—90. 
Ballou. Richard P.. assignor to Federal Electric Products 

Company. 2,680,794, CI. 200—159. 
Balls. Arnold K. : See — 

Rose, William O., and Balls. 2,676.906. 
Rose, William G., and Balls. 2,680,090. 
Balluff, Edwin J. : See — 

Eerno, Edward H.. and BallufC. 
Ballu£E, Edwin J., to Henney Motor Co., Inc. 

pi -j^5 33*^ 

Balliiteen, M"usa S. Re. 23,887, CI. 99 — 404. 
Balmas. Frederic. 2,698,262, CI. 117— 13o. 
Balmes, Estirajes : See — „„„„h„„ 

Balmes Solanas, Ramon. 2.688,162. 
Balmes Solanas. Ramon, assignor to Estira.ies 

S A. 2.677.857, CI. 19-130. 
Balmes Solanas, Ramon, to Estirajes Balmes, 

2.688,162, CI. 19—135. , ^ ^ r. 

Balogh, Roy O., to McCabe-Powers Auto Body Co. 

2.687.808, CI. 212—8. 

Balogh Roy O.. to McCabe-Powers Auto Body Co. 

2.687.809, CI. 212 — 8. 
Balogh, Stephen : See — ■ 

Hilliker, Donald E.. and Balogh. 2,688,800. 
Baton. Walter J. : .See — '^ o-,^ -.-n 

Patterson, George H., and Balon. 2,676,1(0. 
Baton Walter J., and O. Stallman, to E. 
Nemours & Co. 2,683,144, CI. 260—239. 
Balsiger, Harold E. : See — 

Price, Ralph E., and Balsiger. 2,69 i, 426. 
Balsiger, Harold E., assignor to Landis Tool Company. 

Balsiger, Harold E.. tckLandis Tool Co. 2,694,883, 
51 — 103. 

Balslvi, Andrew J. Re. 23.882, CI. 21—109. 

Baltes, Alphonse J. 2,695,552, CI. 94—45. . 

Balthis, David L., and K. F. Eger, to Westinghouse Electric 
Corp. 2,697,138, CI. 179—171. 

Balthis Joseph H., to E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. 
2.681.922. CI. 260—414. 

Balton, James, assignor to Maryland Baking Company. 
Inc , Baltimore, Md. Apparatus for forming edible re- 
ceptacles. 2,664,834, Jan. 5. 

Baltz. William. Re. 23.849, CI. 272—52. 

T?filt7Pr PruI D * See — 

Goodhue, William V.. Higgins, and Baltzer. 2,691.810. 

Balut, Raymond R. 2,693,039, CI. 36—58.5. 

Balz Emil H., assignor to Glass Fibers. Inc.. WaterviUe, 
Oliio Removing starch from the binder on glass cloth. 
2.66(1.720. Jan. 19. 

Balz Emil H., assignor to Glass Fibers Inc. 2.674,548, 
134 — 2. 

Emil H., assignor to Glass Fibers Inc. 2.674.549, 
134-2. 

William G.. and C. H. Castle, to Roto-Finish Co. 
2,684,562, CI. 51—281. 

Balzer. Harvev W.. to Automatic Electric Laboratories. Inc. 
2.697.134. CI. 179—27. , ^ ^, 

Balzer. Vernon W., Van Nuys. assignor to Hallett Manu- 
facturing Companv, Inglewood, Calif. Shielding con- 
tainer. 2,666,092, Jan. 12. 

Balzer. Vernon W.. to Hallett Mfg. Co. 2,688,1 <0, CI. 
24 — 68. 

Bambara, John, and M. T. Modny. 2,675.801. CI. 128—92. 

Bamford Arthur P.. assignor, bv mesne assignments, to 
E. G Staude JIanufacturing Company. Inc. 2.676.538. 
CI. 101 — 153. 

Bamford. Arthur P.. to E. G. Staude IMfg. Co.. Inc. 
2.692.554. CI. 101—157. 

Bamford. Clement H., and W. E. Hanby. to Courtaulds Ltd, 
2.697.085. CI. 260 — 29.2. 

Bamford F.. and Co. Ltd. : See — 
Smith. Frank. 2. 687. 457. 

Ban. Joseph H. 2.698.116, CI. 22.3—105. 

Bnncel. Paul A.. Montclair. N. J., assignor to Ingersoll- 
Rand Company, New York. N. Y. Dual automatic con- 
trol for compressors. 2.665,053, Jan. 5. 



I. du Pont de 



CI. 



CI. 
Balz, 

CI. 
Balz, 



Banchback. William J. 2,682,309, CI. 166—231. 

I5an<'k, Robert A., assignor to Bigelow-Liptak Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Suspended furnace arch. 2,664,8.37, 
Jan. 5. 

Bancroft, James E.. Jamaica, assignor to .\llied Control 
Companv. Inc.. New York, ,\. Y. Machine for winding 
coils. 2.672.298, Mar. 16. 

Bancroft, Joseph C.. Jamestown, N. Y. Awning type 
window. 2,667,950, Feb. 2. 

Bancroft, William H., Jr., Valley Center, assignor to Rohr 
Aircraft Corporation, Chula Vista, Calif. Aircraft con- 
trol system for operating auxiliary power source at 
take-off. 2,665,860, Jan. 12. 

Baiiiili. John C. : See- - 

.\rmstrong. Daniel .\., and Bandlj. 2.075,794. 

I'anerji, Sidhartha : See — 

Staebler, Lloyd A., and Banerji. 2,087,020. 

Banes. Fred W. : See — 

Arundale. Erving, and Banes. 2.684,.356. 

Banes, Fred W., Westfield. W. P. FitzGerald, Elizabeth, 
J. F. Nelson, Railway, N. J., and E. R. Gilliland. Ar- 
lington, Mass., assignors to Standard Oil Development 
Company. Production of alcohols. 2,668,181, Feb. 2. 

Banes, Fred W., Westfield. and W. P. Fitz Gerald, Eliza- 
beth, N. .7.. assignors to Standard Oil Development Com- 
pany. Preparation of 2-alkyl-l-alkenes. 2,671,121, 
Mar. 2. 

Bangert. John T.. assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories. Incorporated. 2.679.633. CI. 33.3 — 80. 

Banham, William G., Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Lock. 
2,670,982, Mar. 2. 

Banigan, Thomas F.. assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
and Company. 2.676.120. CI. 117 — 138.8. 

Banikiotes. Gregory C. : See — 

Sherwood, Donnelle W.. and Banikiotes. 2.695,214. 

Banister, Lee, executor : See — 
Spangard, Laurence C. 

Banister. Robert T.. to Thompson Products, Inc. 2.691.196. 
CI. 22 — 1.30. 

Bank. Albert M.. and A. J. Katz. 2.076.621. CI. 140—71. 

Bank of America National Trust and Savings Association : 
See — 

Calkins. Lvle E. 2.694.027. 
McKenzie. Wendell R. 2.677.407. 

Bank of Salem : See — 

Moore. Thomas M. Re. 23.903. 

Bankauf, William F., and A. E. Conover. to Hewitt-Robins 
Inc. 2,684,754. CI. 198—220. 

Banker. Oscar H., to New Products Corp. Re. 23,857, 
CI. 74 — 720.5. 

Banker. Oscar H., assignor to New Products Corporation. 
Chicago, III. Clutch shifting means for transmissions. 
2,667.251, Jan. 26. 

Banker, Oscar H.. Evanston 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. 
Feb. 0. 

Banker. Oscar H.. Evanston 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. 
ing clutches. 2.669,330. Feb. 16. 

Banker, Oscar H.. Evanston, assignor to New Products 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Adjustment motion trans- 
mitting and retaining device. 2.670,824, Mar. 2. 

Banks. Carl W. : See — " 

Carson. Nathan B.. and Banks. 2.685.793. 

Banks, Clarence K. : See — 

Weinberg, Elliott L., Banks, Johnson, and Gloskev. 

2,084,956. 
Weinberg. Elliott L., Johnson, and Banks. 

Banks. Cyril, and E. Banks. Jr. 2,678.644, CI 

Banks. Edward. Jr. : See — 

Banks. Cyril, and E. 2.078,644. 

Banks. John. 2.678.732. CI. 210—107. 

Banks. .Joseph G. H. : See — 

Asbury, Allan, and Banks. 2.692,361. 

Banner. Robert G., and T. S. Perrin. assignors to 
mond Alkali Company. 2.678.259. CI, 23 — 219. 

Bannerman, David B.. Jr. 2,674,218, CI. 114 — 202. 

Banne.vcr. Joseph. 2.677.808. CI. 2.5 — 131. 

Banneyer. Joseph. 2.693.627. CI. 25 — 131. 

Banneyer. Jo.^eph. 2.697,864. CI. 25 — 131. 

Banning. Thomas A.. Jr., Chicago, 111. Measuring and re- 
cording various well drilling operations. 2.671.346 
Mar. 9. 

Banning. Thomas A.. Jr. 2.683,769, CI. 178 — 5.2. 

Bannister, Bryant. 2.687,541, CI. 9 — 8. 

Bannister. Brvant. and R. L. Livingston, to United States 

Steel Corp. 2,685.216. CI. 80 — 13. 
Bannister, Clvde E.. assignee : See — 

Eakin, Will.ard D. 2.677.352. 
Bannister, Constance. 2.688.208, CI. 46 — 135. 
Bannister. Harold V.. and H. C. Stevens. Jr.. to Schield 

Bantam Co. 2.681.205. CI. 254 — 186. 
Bannister. Lawrence H. : See — 

Noble. Spencer W.. and Bannister. 
Banthin, John F.. Bridgeport, Conn. 
2.670.203, Feb. 23. 
. assignor to The Sterling Mfg. Corn- 
Ohio. Battery voltmeter. 2.073,958 



assignoi- to New Products 
Transmission. 2,668.453. 

assignor to New Products 
Hydraulic control for steer- 



2.680.726. 
126 — 261. 



Dia- 



2,691,728. 
Sheet feeder 



for 



printing presses. 

Banus. Bernard R. 
pany, Cleveland. 
Mar. 30. 

Banus. Mario D., T. R. P. Gibb. Jr.. and R. W. Bragdon. 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to the United States 
of America as represented bv the United States Atomic 
Energy Commission. 2,678,949. CI. 260 — 583. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



35 



M.. to The Texas Co. 



2,691,968, CI. 
2,692.587. CI. 

2,685,971. 



r.iiiiu.*. M:iiio D.. and J. J. McSlinny. to Motiil ll.v(iri(le.« 
ln<-. 2.6SS.575. CI. 148— 13. .. ^ ^ , ,, 

HBr, Max. assignor to •'Knotes Maschmenbau G. m. b. II. 

2.ti7!l.t!Tti, CI. 28 49. 
Barab.ish. Klisabctb : S<r — 

White. Blanche B., and Baiabash. 2.<>83,14.{. 
Baracate. Steplien. Troy, N. V. Infant's leeding ilevice. 

2.iif.9.234, Feb. 16. , , „ , 

Baraiket. Albert J., and E. Stein, to International Tele- 
phone and Telegraph Corp. 2.686.S33, CI. 178 — 69.5. 
Baral. Leon I.. : N«- - 

Ahlberg, Jacob E., Baral. and Tongue. 2.680,100. 
Baral Leon I,., and C. P. Wilson, Jr.. to The Davison 

Chemical Corp. 2.684.340, CI. 252 — 155. 
Baranv. Kdnnind, assignor to Ampro Corporation. 

2.678.971. CI. 179—100—2. 
Baranv, Edmund, and M. Sackter. to Ampro Corp. 

2,6S"7.881. CI. 271—2.3. 
Barany Edmund, H. \V. Baunian, and .M. SacUter. to 

Ampro Corp. 2.6S8.0.")3. CI. 179 — 100.2. 
BarbakofF. Sam. 2.694..-)42. CI. 248—168. 
Itarbariie Uobcrt, assignor to The L'nited States I'rmiing 

and Litliograph Company. 2.670.886, CI. 95—5.4. 
r.arbee, Tlovd R. : Set- 

Happv. Russell E., and Barbee. 2,677,518. 
Barhehcnii. Ralph L.. to Johns-Manville Corp. 2,688.462, 

CI. 2.^>1— 22.".. 
Barber-Colman Co. : See — 

Borchardt. Robert E. 2,695,439. 
Johnson. Cl.uis C. 
Kennedy, Walter W. Re. 23.884. 
Kennedy, Walter W. 2,679,912. 
MarquaVdt. Edward O. 2,683.918. 
Orr. John L. 

Peterson, Burt A. 2,696.901. 
Petrie. Jacob A. 2.697,382. 
Townsend. Franklin L. 2,696,654. 
Barber, Everett M., to The Texas Co 

123—32. 
Barber, Everett 

12.3—32. 
Barber, FoUmer D. : See — 

Ewing. John F.. Broslous. and Barber 
Barber. Franklin D.. Flossmoor, assignor to Standard Car 
Truck Company, Chicago. 111. Lubricant reservoir for 
railway car journal bearings. 2,670,998, Mar. 2. 
Barber-(ireene Co. : Xee — 

Lehman. Herbert A. 2,696,289. 
Barber, Harry J.. Gidea Park, assignor to May & Baker 
Limited, Dagenhara, England. Preparing aryloxymethyl 
halides. 2.668.860. Feb. 9. 
Barber. Hiram L., and G. L. Sellars. 2,696,816, CI. 

126 — 384. 
Barber. Merlin E., Decatur, 111. Machine for washing and 
rinsing glass meter covers and the like. 2,672,149, Mar. 
16. 
Barber, Ralph F. : See — 

Corlev. Mark H., Arvidson, and Barber. 2,687.604. 
Barber, Raymond H. 2.691,120, CI. 315—335. 
Barber. Robert R., G. E. Henning. and B. A. Raetsch, to 

Western Electric Co.. Inc. 2.688,453, CI. 242 — 80. 
Barbera, Robert A. 2.688,479, CI. 267—1. 
Barberena. Orlando C. 2.697.401, CI. 10.3 — 2. 
Barberis. Giovanni, to Riv-Officine di Villar Perosa 

Societa per Azioni. 2.689.087, CI. 235—101. 
Barbizon Corp.. The : See — 

Williams. Eleanor. 2.685,087. 
Williams. Eleanor. 2.685,392. 
Barhlnk Inventions Proprietary Limited, assignee: See — 

Heathcote. Albert E. 2.675,030. 
Barhuti. Renzo : See — 

Angiolini. Aristide, and Barbuti. 2,690,596. 
Barcalo Mfg. Co. : See — 

Vallone. Joseph M. 2,081.099. 
Barchoff, Abraham, assignor to Eastern Brass & Copper 
Co.. Inc.. New York, N. Y. Lifting and lowering tongs. 
2,670.2.33. Feb. 23. 
Barclay. Cecil M. 2.697.987. CI. 103 — 126. 
Barclay. Charles E., and E. Sturm, to International 

Minerals & Chemical Corp. 2.696,933, CI. 222 — 70. 
Barclay. Condon T.. assignee : See — 

Abrahamsen. Albert A. 2.677.210. 
Barcley, Gavlord A., St. Petersburg, Pla. Foundation 

garment. 2,665,424. Jan. 12. 
Barcus, Anthony P., to Bar-Jon Mfg. Co. 2,690,895, CI. 

251—297. 
Barcus. Edward L.. Anderson. Ind., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation. Detroit, Mich. Auxiliary lamp 
snap-on filter. 2,668,903. Feb. 9. 
Barcus. Edward L., to General Motors Corp. 2.681,956, 

CI. 200—61.3. 
Barcus, Edward L., to General Motors Corp. 2,683.193. 

CI. 200—16. 
Bard. Elmer H.. assignor to Geerpres Wringer, Inc., Muske- 
gon, Mich. Clip for attaching pails to supporting chas- 
sis. 2.665,922, Jan 12. 
Bardach-Schoene Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Schoene, Waldemar, and Monroe. 
Bardeo Manufacturing & Sales Company, assignee : See — 

Juhnke. Roy E.. and Castera. 2,677,876. 
Barden Corporation, The. assignee : See — 

Minis. Bruce L. 2.675.621. 
Barden, Earl M., to Hupp Corp. 2.684,847, CI. 268 — 124. 



assignors to lliipp 



^ippara- 



assignor 
York, N. 

—28. 
Elevator 



to 
Y. 



Morse 
Actl- 



for 



top 
School desk seat sup 



Barden, Earl M.. and 1. 11. Williams, 
Corporation. 2.679,889, CI. 155- -14. 
Bardsley. Robert K. : Sec — 

Miller. Philip, and Bardsley. 2.695,034. 
r..ii-et'oot, Jocie C., Charlotte. .\. C. Stoj) motion 
Ills for wrapping inaeliines. 2.IH>S.4(II. Feb. 9. 
Bargnyl, B61a, Stuttgart, Germany. Jacking arrangement 

for vehicles. 2.672,317. Mar. 16. 
Barfnvi, B61a. 2.678,231. CI. 2<)(1 2.s. 
MarC'iivi. I!.^la. 2.69.3.9S2. CI. 29r.- 2.S. 
Baresch, Charles A.. College Point. 
Boulger Destructor Company, New 
vator control. 2,668,085. Feb. 2. 
Ka resell, Charles A. 2.690.931, CI. .30: 
Bargen. William J., Wankegan, 111 

desks. 2,668,093, Feb. 2. 
Bargen, William J. Waukegan, 111. 

port. 2,669,288, Feb. 16. 
Bargen, William J. 2.678.683. CI. 15.-. — 124. 
Barhani, Harold N., to Sharpies Chemicals Inc. 2,684,961, 

CI. 260—209. 
I'.aril. Edward J. 2.681.464. CI. 15 — 144. 
Baril, Feriiand. Labnissiere. France. Continuous filter 
with internal heat exchanges and automatic removal of 
sediments. 2,672.2."!9. Mar. 16. 
I'.aring, John A., to Askania Regulator Co. 2.092.969. CI. 

323-48. 
Barish, Thomas, to Jack & Heintz, Inc. 2.603.254. CI. 

188-171. 
Bar- Jon Mfg. Co. : See — 

Barcus. Anthony P. 2.690.895. 
Barkalow, Clare E., and S. Kellogg, 2d, to The Sperry 

Corp. 2.685.207. CI. 74 — 5.37. 
Barker, Clifford L., and A. L. Hancock, to Walker Cros- 

weller & Co.. Ltd. 2,690,883, CI. 242—71. 
Barker, George E., assignor to Atlas Powder Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Solid compositions containing poly 
oxyethylene ethers and urea. 2.663,256, Jan. 5. 
Barker. John, Centralia, 111. Portable cooking device. 

2,664,876, Jan. 5. 
Barker, John L., to Eastern Industries, Inc. 2.695.404, 

CI. 343—8. 
Barker. John P. : See — 

Wilkinson. Joseph M.. Jr.. and Barker. 
Barker. Merrill G. 2.682,286, CI. 145—33. 
Barker Poultry Equipment Co. : See — 

Barker, Seth S.. and Sharp. 2,691,795. 
Sharp, Allen W. 2,694,220. 
Sharp. Allen W., and Crane. 2,688.765. 
Barker, Richard W.. Jeffersonville, and C. L. Ash. Sellas- 
burg, Ind. Perspective drafting machine. 2.665,486, 
Jan. 12. 
Barker, Robert C. to Gulf Reasearch & Development Co. 

2.692,860. CI. 252—75. 
Barker, Seth S., and A. W. Sharp, to Barker Poultry 

Equipment Co. 2,691,795, CI. 17 — 43. 
Barker, Stephen : See — 

Bennett. Walter, and Barker. 2.691,519. 
Barker, Wilbur V. : See — 

Cook, Wilfred J., Barker, and Tuck. 2,686,757. 
Barker, William A., Leicester. England, assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation. Flemington, N. J. Appa- 
ratus for impressing transfer designs upon pottery 
blanks. 2.668,384. Feb. 9. 
Barker. William C., Jr., San Diego, Calif. Film developing 

hanger drip trough. 2,668,486, Feb. 9. 
Barklev. Dwight W.. assignor to Libbev-Owens-Ford Glass 

Company. 2,675,740, CI. 88 — 108. 
Barklev, Dwight W.. assignor to Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass 

Company. 2,670.114. CI. 117 — 38. 
Barklow, Ovid A. 2,691,941, CI. 103 — 16. 
Barkow. Eugene V. : See — 

Ashton, Benjamin X., and Barkow. 
Ashton, Benjamin N.. Barkow. and Frain. 
Barksdale. Lilburn S. 2.696.219. CI. 137 — 621. 
Barkus, Homer A. 2,694,327, CI. 81 — 46. 
Barlet, Stewart J., and A. H. Whitmore, Los Angeles, 

Calif. Illuminated screw driver. 2,670,427, Feb. 23. 
Barlow. Dick S.. Port Washington, assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York. N. Y. 
Calling station identification circuit. 2,672,515, Mar. 
16. 
Barlow, Marvin K.. Rideefield, Conn. Novelty animal 

spool support. 2,665.858. Jan. 12. 
Barlow, Sidney D. 2,686.616. CI. 222 — 107. 
Barman, Pierre. Barcelona. Spain, assignor to Ciba Lim- 
ited. Basel, Switzerland. Rendering nitrous gases in- 
nocuous. 2.673.141. Mar. 23. 
Barnaby. Roland E. : See — 

Morrow. Charles T.. Barnaby, and Nevala. 2,683.596. 
Barnard. Clayton H., to Bailey Meter Co. 2.685,205, CI. 

73 — 421.5. 
Barnard. Clayton H.. and J. E. McEvov. to Bailey Meter 

Co. 2,689,478, CI. 73—190. 
Barnard. Harold : See — 

Stivason, William L., and Barnard. 
Barnard. Kenneth H.. and ,T. J. Dudkowski. to American 

Cyanamid Co. 2,695.895, CI. 260—21. 
Barnard. William S. 2.67.5.660. CI. 56 — 25.4. 
Barnbv. Herbert A., and T. L. Ryan, to Owen.s-Illinois 

Glass Co. 2.694.516, CI. 226—82. 
Barnebev. Herbert L., to Blaw-Knox C<.. 2,691,460 CI. 
220 — 46. 



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INDEX 01^ PATENTS, 1954 



Uarnes. Alfred A. : See — 

Wilcox, Isaac L.. Barnes. Patch, and Spurr. 2.C02.4C3. 
Barnes, AUred A., and H. Spurr Syracuse, assignors to 

Oswego Falls Corporation, Fulton, N. Y. Medianism 

lor fillin); ciirtous. 2,0U(;,r)(i5, Jan. 19. 
Uarnes, Byron II.. and B. S. Minor. 2,097,240, CI. 15 — 210. 
Barnes, Donald S., Kochester, Mich. I'oster assembly jig. 

2,669,775. Feb. 23. 
Barnes Drill Co., assignee : iSee — 
Caldwell, Marry J., and Seborg. 
Seborg, Karnest Y. 
Barnes, Fredrick R. : See — 

Schmitt, Otto H., Barnes, Fails, and Fromm. 
2,681,264. 
Barnes, Gladeon M., C. L. Fike, and A. G. Dean, to The 

Budd Co. 2,683,203, CI. 108—5.4. 
Barnes, Herbert O., to Sangamo Electric Co. 2,695,371, 

CI. 310—168. 
Barnes, James F. 2,679,954, 01. 222 — 490. 
Barnes, James H. 2,696,409, CI. 301 — 37. 
Barnes. John B., Jr. 2,080,096, CI. 311—110. 
Barnes, John R. 2,698,093, CI. 211—74. 
Barnes, Leo : See — 

Reuter, Gottfried, and Barnes. 2,678,508, 
Barnes Mfg. Co. : See — 

Montgomery, Horace M., and Smith. 2,684,033. 
Barnes, Marion W., Wilmette, assignor to Universal Oil 

Products Company, Chicago, 111. Circular updraft 

heater. 2,672,130, Mar. 16. 
Barnes, Norman F., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Binocular optical system. 2,669,902, 

Feb. 23. 
Barnes, Norman F., assignor to General Electric Company. 

2,679,013, CI. 307—106. 
Barnes, Philip H. 2,689,500, CI. 84 — 473. 
Barnes, Ralph G., Reno, Nev., assignor to Master Vibra- 
tor Company, Dayton, Ohio. Casing for flexible shafts. 

2,671,325, Mar. 9. 
Barnes, Ralph G., % to J. J. Gard and % to Master 

Vibrator Co. 2,693,136, CI. 94 — 48. 
Barnes & Belnecke, Inc., assignee : See — 

Spannhake, Ernst W. 
Barnes, Richard W., to the United States of America as 

represented by the Secretary of the Air Force. 

2,682,382, CI. 244—148. 
Barnes, Robert B., and W. A. Eraser, assignors to Ameri- 
can Optical Company. 2,676,109, CI. 106 — 52. 
Barnes, Robert IL 2,688.876. CI. 73—343. 
to Bethlehem 



Steel Co. 2,697,050, 



and W. Smith, 
2,689.247, CI. 260- 



to Imperial Chemical 
-276. 



Barnes, Roger 
CI. 134—15. 

Barnes, Ronald S. 
Industries Ltd. 

Barnes, Sanford H. : See — 

North, Harper Q., Barnes, and Roach. 2,693,555. 

Barnes, Thomas H., and R. B. Bloss. 2,685,003, CI. 191 — 
48. 

Barnes, Tracy W., Webster Groves, assignor to John 
Ramming Machine Company, St. Louis, Mo. Thread 
chaser and chaser assembly. 2,667,651, Feb. 2. 

Barnes, Tracy W., to John Raming Machine Co. 2,694,815, 
'CI. 10—120.5. 

Barnes, Vernon L., National Park, N. J. Adjustable tem- 
plate. 2,671,273, Mar. 9. 

Barnes, Walter C, Libertyville, and W. Brazitis, Home- 
wood, 111. Magnetizing means for rail flaw detector 
systems. 2,671,197. Mar. 2. 

Barnes, Walter C, and H. W. Keevil. 2,689,940, €1. 
324—37. 

Barnes, William A., Utica, N. Y., assignor to Utica Drop 
Forge & Tool Corporation. Compounded airfoil blade 
structure and making same. 2,673,709, Mar. 30. 

Barnes, William E. : See — 

'Chaney, Preston E.. and Barnes. 2,697,585. 

Barnes, William E., to Sun Oil Co. 2,686,566, CI. 166 — 165. 

Barnet, Fred G.. assignor to Fulton Bag & Cotton Mills. 
2,674,509, CI. 312—31. 

Barnet, Henry B. 2,682,086, CI. 19 — 109. 

Baruett, Allan E. : See — 

Beach, Leland K., and Barnett. 

Barnett, Charles A., assignor to Young Brothers Com- 
panv, Cleveland, Ohio. Heat processing apparatus. 
2,608,366, Feb. 9. 

Barnett, Charles A. and C. H., Cleveland, Ohio. Drawer 
operating mechanism. 2,672,246, Mar. 16. 

Barnett, Clarence F., and C. B. Mills, Oak Ridge, Tenn., 
assignors to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the United States Atomic Energy Commis- 
sion. Ion source. 2,668,260, Feb. 2. 

Barnett, Charles H. : Sec — 

Barnett, Charles A. and C. H. 

Barnett. Edward L. : See — 

Bishop, Le Roy D., Barnett, Gentel, and Leman. 
2,697,528. 

Barnett, Frederick W., Houston, assignor of fifteen per- 
cent to L. Murfee, Harris County, and fifteen percent 
to Fulbright, Crooker, Freeman & Bates, Houston, Tex. 
Bag dispenser. 2,673.134, Mar. 23. 

Barnett, George F. 2,674,017, CI. 20 — 92. 

Barnett. James W., and F. E. Gillett. assignors to E-Z-On 
Corporation. 2,679,262. CI. 137 — 541. 

Barnett, Lawrence B. 2,697,460, CI. 144 — 285. 
Barnett, Millicent W. 2,674,739, CI. 2 — 50. 

Barnett, Roger L. : See — 

Pederson, Henry C, and Barnett. 2,690,793. 



Barnett, Vertus C. : See — 

McCall, Arthur B., and Barnett. 2,675,093. 

P.arnett, Wilford J., Venice, and C. G. Carlson, Inglewood, 
Calif., assignors to Hughes Tool Company. Houston, 
Tex. Swivel joint for coaxial transmission lines. 
2,607,578, Jan. 26. 

Barney, Arthur L., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
and Company. 2,677,079, CI. 260 — 8.5.5. 

Barney, Arthur L., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
and Company. 2,077,699, CI. 260 — 486. 

Barney, Freeman : See — 

Foote, Elmer M., and Barney. 2,686,037. 

Barney, Freeman, assignor to The Challenge Machinery 
Company. 2,074,943. CI. 101 — 209. 

Barney, Freeman, and J. W. Lee. to The Challenge 
Machinery Co. 2,681,104. CI. 104 — 54. 

Barney, Harold L., to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. 
2,685,066, CI. 333 — 11. 

Barney, Mary G. 2.681.526. CI. 41 — 10. 

Barnhart, Adam B., New York, N. Y., assignor to The 
Singer Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Cabi- 
net for sewing machines. 2,073,776, Mar. 30. 

Barnhart, William S. : See — 

Crane, Grant, and Barnhart. 2,686,207. 

Barnish, Andrew W., Jr. 2,677,372, CI. 128 — 215. 

Barns, Roy W., to The French Oil Mill Machinery Co. 
2,695,304, CI. 260 — 412.4. 

Barnstead Still and Sterilizer Co. : See — 

Dwyer, Russell N., and Smith. 2,683,695. 

Barnsteiner, Alfons, Mansfield, Ohio, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Lamp 
housing. 2,673,703, Mar. 30. 

Barnum, H. E.. assignee : See— 

Whipple, Harry W. 2,680,337. 

Baroch, George F., to Motorola, Inc. 2,697,131, CI. 
178—69.5. 

Baron, Harold M., administrator : See — 
Melton, Carl M. 

Baron, Leonard : See — 

Rabkin, William, and Baron. 2,681.842. 

Barosso, Joseph A. 2,695,120, CI. 223 — 88. 

Baroumes, Nina. 2,678,506, CI. 36 — 8.5. 

Barr, Andrew R. : See — 

Hamilton, Harry H., and Barr. 2,692,697. 

Barr, Charles, assignor to Bell Aircraft Corporation, 
Buffalo, N. Y. Amphibious helicopter landing gear. 
2,670,159, Feb. 23. 

Barr, Charles R., I. F. Salmineu, and A. Weissberger, as- 
signors to Eastman Kodak Company. 2,678,882, 
CI. 95—6. 

Barr, Elizabeth A., Okemah, Okla. Plate for serving pie. 

2,664,722, Jan. 5. 
Barr, Frank T. : See — 

Gohr, Edwin J., Barr, and Roetheli. 2,697,718. 
Barr, Frank T., assignor, by mesne assignments, to the 

United States of America as represented by the United 

States Atomic Energy Commission. 2,676,875, Cl. 

23—288. 
Barr, Frank T., and W. A. Rex, assignors to Standard 

Oil Development Company. 2,680.091, Cl. 202 — 27. 
Barr, James A., Jr., and F. H. Bunge, to Armour and Co. 

2,695,100, Cl. 209—166. 
Barr, James R., Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Electrical cable clamp. 2,672,595, Mar. 

16. 
Barr, James R., to General Electric Co. 2,686,300, Cl. 

340—214. 
Barr. Le Roy H., assignor to Lear, Incorporated. 

2,076,545, Cl. 103 — 41. 
Barr, Le Roy H., assignor to Lear, Incorporated. 2,680,031, 

Cl. 286—11.12. 
Barr, Myron E. 2,677,182, Cl. 33—23. 
Barr, Paschal W. : See — 

Kerbaugh, Joseph F. and M. C, and Barr, 2,674,207. 
Barr Rubber Products Company, The, assignee : See — 

Lawson, George S., and J. C. 
Barr, Solomon E., and C. I. Knecht, to Western Electric 

Co., Inc. 2,097,689. Cl. 204 — 222. 
Barr & Stroud Limited, assignee : See — 

MacGill, Charles D. 
Barraclough, R. W., Ltd. : See — 

Barraclough, Ronald W. 2,697,542. 
Barraclough, Ronald W., % to R. W 

2,697,542, Cl. 226 — 49. 
Barradas, George, North Tarrytown, N. Y.. and 

Motten. Jr.. Darien, assignors to PM Industries, 

porated, Stamford, Conn. Plastic injection 

2,668,534. Feb. 9. 
Barradas. George, assignor to P M Industries, Incor 

porated. 2,677,373, Cl. 128—216. 
Barre Wool Combing Company, Ltd.. The, assignee 

Place Robert. 2,674,013. 
Barren, Robert P. : See — 

and Barren. 2,679,021 
Electric 



Barraclough Ltd. 



R. H. 

Incor- 

device. 



See— 



Westinghouse 



Corp. 



Hartwig, Edward C, 

Barren, Robert F., to 
2,693,561, Cl. 318—227. 

Barrett, Arthur L., to Jov Mfg. Co. 2.685,221, Cl. 85 — 2.4. 

Barrett, Arthur L., to Joy Mfg. Co. 2,696,376, Cl. 262 — 29. 

Barrett, Arthur L., and J. S. Beeney, Franklin, assignors 
to Joy Manufacturing Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Mate- 
rial-receiving, storing, and discharging apparatus. 
2,673,638, Mar. 30. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



37 



Barrett, Arthur M., to BaircttCruvous Co. 2,693,250. 

CI. 1S7— '.). 
Barrett, Charles F., Jr., Plainview, Te.\. Reversible disk 

plow. 2,(572.801, Mar. 23. 
Barrett-Cravens Co. : *>'it — 

Barrett, Arthur .M. 2,693,250. 
Barrett, Kdwanl L., La Grange, 111. Antenna rotator. 

2,668,920. Feb. !). 
Barrett, Edward L.. to D. B. Alexander, E. R. Bourke. 
H. T. Chaniheilain. J. P. Mannion. E. \V. Sehnoider. W. 
A. Wade, and C. S. Vrtis. not individiiallv but as trustees 
of the Arthur J. Schmitt Foundation." 2,684,396, CI. 
136—130. 
Barrett, Edward L.. to D. B. Alexander, E. R. Bourke, 
H. T. Chamberlain. .T. F. Mannion, E. \V. Schneider. 
\V. A. Wade, and C. !S. Vrtis, not iiidividuallv. but 
as trustees of The Arthur J. Schmitt Founilation. 
2,692.745, CI. 248 — 45. 
Barrett. Elmer G. 2,681,046, CI. 121 — 67. 
Barrett. (Jerald H.. assignor to Monsanto Chemical Coin- 

pan.v. 2.675..570, CI. 260 — 78.5. 
Barrett, Harold G., and G. E. Thomson, assignors to 
Reynolds Printasign Co., Chicago, 111. H.vdraulic mo- 
tion-transmitting mechanisms for printing machines 
and other purposes. 2.670.831, Mar. 2. 
Barrett, Harrv B.. St. Louis, Mo. Brake lining testing 

machine. 2,667,781. Feb. 2. 
Barrett, Harry B. 2,674,124, CI. 73 — 101. 
Barrett, Harrv B. 2.679.292, CI. 164—48. 
Barrett. Hillard E., and C. S. Constantino, to Curtiss- 

Wright Corp. 2,687,868, CI. 251—28. 
Barrett-Lennard, Hardinge, Lyons, 111. Valve arrange- 
ment for flush tanks. 2.668,960. Feb. 16. 
Barrett, Leon, to D. L. Subin. 2,686,410, CI. 66 — 126. 
Barricks, Arthur G., Chicago, 111. Folding table leg and 

locking mechanism therefor. 2.672,387, Mar. 16. 
Barrie, William H. : See — 

Anderson, Clarence A., and Barrie. 2,683,254. 
Barron, Maurice. 2,686.421. CI. 72 — 56. 
Barrow, James R., Columbiana, Ohio. Pressure tank. 

2.673,010, Mar. 23. 
Barrow, Wilmer L., Manhasset, N. Y. Ultrahigh-frequency 

bridge circuit and apparatus. 2,666,132, Jan. 12. 
Barrows. Royal L. : Sec — 

Dowd. Howard M., and Barrows. 2,689,128. 
Barrus, Walter E. 2,681,806, CI. 279—5. 
Barry, Anthony J. : See — 

Thomas, Edward M., and Barrv. 
Thomas, Edward M.. and Barr.v. 2.696,137. 
Barry. Arthur F., Conroe, Tex. Separator. 2,671,322, 

Mar. 9. 
Barry, Arthur J., and D. E. Hook, assignors to Dow Corn- 
ing Corporation. 2,676.091. CI. 23 — 182. 
Barry, Arthur J., and J. W. Gilkev, to Dow Corning Corp. 

2,681.355. CI. 260 — 448.2. 
Barry Corporation, The. assignee : See — 
Crede, Charles E. 2,680,585. 

Markowski. Edwin P., and Symonds. 2,680,284. 
Barry, Davitt W., to Minco Products Corp. 2,686,729, 

CI. 106—38.9. 
Barry, Harry W. 2.696,283, CI. 193 — 35. 
Barry. John A. : See — 

McLauchlan, Arthur B., and Barry. 2,687,234. 
Barr.v. Joseph R. 2,678,232, CI. 296 — 44. 
Barry-Wehmiller Machinery Company, assignee : See — 

Wehmiller, Frederick W., and Xekola. 
Barsel, Norman, to International Hormones, Inc. 

2.691,662, CI. 260—397.3. 
Barsky, Bernice E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Extensible knitting 

needle. 2,668,429, Feb. 9. 
Barsky, George : See — 

Molteni, Henry A.. Masarky, and Barsky. Re. 23,823. 
Barsky, George, New York, N. Y., and G. Zinzalian, Boon- 
ton, N. J., assignors to E. P. Drew & Co., Inc., New- 
York, N. Y. Hard butter composition. 2,667,418, Jan. 
26. 
Barsky, George, New York, and S. Gottfried, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., said Gottfried assignor to said Barsky. Manu- 
facture of maleic anhydride. 2,670,355, Feb. 23. 
Barsky, George, and G. Zinzalian, to E. F. Drew & Co., Inc. 

2,685,592, CI. 260 — 410.7. 
Barstow, Dorothy A. 2,693,177, CI. 128—134. 
Barstow, George B. 2,695,474, CI. 47 — 38. 
Barsy, Imre J., Lancaster Township, Lancaster County, 
assignor to Armstrong Cork Company, Lancaster, Pa. 
Temperature-sensing method and unit. 2,666,799, 
Jan. 19. 
Bart, Siegfried G. 2.689,215, CI. 204—26. 
Bartelink, Everhard H. B., Bronxville. N. Y.. assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Automatic Electric Laboratories, 
Inc., Chicago, HI. Automatic volume control for alter- 
nating current. 2.671,849, Mar. 9. 
Bartels, Karl H., assignee : See — 

Schroeder, Paul. 
Bartelson, Sten E.. to Radio Corp. of America. 2,685,417, 

CI. 242—75. 
Bartelt, Donald E., assignee : See — 

Harker, Charles B. 
Bartelt Engineering Co. : See — 

Harker, Charles B. 2.691,857. 
Twigg. Robert W. 2.689.073. 
Bartelt. Harold L., assignee : See — 
Harker, Charles B. 



Nev. Method and apparatus for 
79, Feb. 16. 

, Chcrepow, Bartes, and Klause. 



Barthonheier. 
assignor, by mesne assign- 
Friedrich Heinrich Flott- 
■ill bit remover. 2,664,621, 



and Bartholomew. 



Pa. Nonclogging 



Barter Robert B^, Ruth, 
making slides. 2,669,i 
Bartes, August. Jr. : See- 
Mueller, William G 
2.692.074. 
Bartgis Brothers Company, The, assignee : See — 

Toensmeior, Patrick A. 2,678,767. 
Barth. Robert H. : Sec — 

Snow, John E., and Barth. 2,687,430. 
Barthel. Justus C, and R. Hastings, assignors to American 

Cyanamid Company. 2,680,694, CI. 106 — 218. 
Barthenheier, Jakob : t>cc — 

Neugebauer, Wilhelm. and 
Bartholomae, Heinrich, Heme, 
ments, to Firma Dipl.-Ing. 
niann, Bochum, Germany. D 
Jan. 5. 
Bartholomew, Domenic L. : See — 

Wilder. .Vrthur S., Caplovich. 
2.688.585. 
Bartholomew, George A.. Pittsburgh 
eaves structure. 2,669,950, Feb. 23. 
Bartleson, John D. : See — 

Hughes, Everett C, and Bartleson. 
Hughes. Everett C. .\lford. and Bartleson. 2.695.271. 
Hughes, Everett C, Ilardmau, Bartleson, and Sunday. 
2, 690.977. 
Bartleson. John P.. Bcachwood Village, assignor to The 
Standard Oil Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Treating 
asphalt with phosphorus sesquisulfide. 2,673,815, 
Mar. 30. 
Bartleson, John D„ to The Standard Oil Co. 2,695,223, 

CI. 4-1 — 76. 
Bartleson, John D., H. F. Hardman, and M. L. Sunday, to 

The Standard Oil Co. 2,690,976, CI. 106—273. 
Bartleson. John D.. and H. E. Alford, to The Standard Oil 

Co. 2,691,002. CI. 252—32.7. 
Bartlett, Eleanor P. 2,675,101. CI. 190—57. 
Bartlett, F. A,. Tree Expert Company, assignee : See — 
Howard, Frank L., Caroselli, and Feldman. 2,677,637. 
Bartlett, Jeffrey H. : Sec — 

Tut-wiler, Thomas S., and Bartlett. 2,678,919. 
Rogers, Dilworth T., and Bartlett. 2,694,684, 
Bartlett, Jeffrey H,, Westfield, N. J,, assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Mineral oil composition 
containing copolymers of itaconic acid esters and a 
vinyl ester of a fatty acid. 2,666,747, Jan. 19. 
Bartlett, Jeffrey H., Westfield, N. J., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Polymerized carbonate es- 
ter lubricating oil additives. 2.673,185, Mar. 23. 
Bartlett, Jeffrey H.. to Standard Oil Development Co. 

2.694,685. CI. 252—56. 

Bartlett, Jeffrey H., A. D. Kirshenbaura, and H. W. Rudel, 

assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. 

2,680,094, CI. 252 — 33.4. 

Bartlett, Jeffrey H., A. J. Morwav. and G. E. Serniuk, to 

Standard Oil Development Co. 2,692,232, CI. 252 — 11. 

Bartlett, Jeffrey H., F. Knoth, Jr.. and J. Stewart, to 

Standard^Oil Development Co. 2,693,493. CI. 260 — 639. 

Thompson Products, Inc. 



Thompson Products, Inc. 



Bartlett, Kenneth M., to 

2,696,364. CI. 253—39.15. 
Bartlett, Kenneth M., to 

2,696,434, CI. 75 — 208. 
Bartlett, William W,, and P. Smoot. to the United States 

of America as represented by the Secretary of the Navy. 

2.683,986, CI. 73—194. 
Bartley, Harry C, West Orange, and E. Umrath, Bloom- 

ingdale, assignors to Weston Electrical Instrument Cor- 
poration, Newark, N. J. Marker for recording appa- 
ratus. 2,673,138, Mar. 23. 
Bartlowe, Sterling, to Bohn Aluminum & Brass Corp. 

2,685,634. CI, 219—19. 
Bartlowe, Sterling S., to Bohu Aluminum & Brass Corp. 

2,687,626, CI. 62—126. 
Bartolat, Albert P., Gardena, Calif. 

valve with adjustable valve seat. 
Barton, Benjamin D., to American 

2.681,831, CI. 299—116, 
Barton, Bernard C, to United 

2,689,842, CI. 260—41.5. 
Barton, Edmund, to Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd. 

2.692,657, CI. 183—119. 
Barton, George C, and H. E. Elliott, to United Shoe 

Machinery Corp. 2.680.863. CI. 12—12.4. 
Barton, Hugh M., Jr., to Phillips Petroleum Co. 

23,877, CI. 339—17. 
Barton, James, to Imperial Chemical Industries 

2,684,898, CI. 75—67. 
Barton, John R. : See — 

Swearingen, Judson S 
Barton, Loy E., Princeton, 

poration of America. 

2,666,135, Jan. 12. 
Barton, Loy E., Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Construction of semiconductor 

devices. 2,666,874. Jan. 19. 
Barton, Loy E., assignor to Radio Corporation of America. 

2,675,509, CI. 317 — 235. 
Barton, Loy E,, to Radio Corp. of America. 2,685,661, CI. 

315 — 21. 
Barton, Loy E., to Radio Corp. of America. 2,686,279, 

CT. 317—235. 



Excess flow cutoff 

2,668,555, Feb. t). 

Fire Apparatus Co. 

States Rubber Co. 



Re. 
Ltd. 



, and Barton. 2,690,196. 
N. J,, assignor to Radio Cor- 
Pulse discriminatory circuit. 



38 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 19.-,4 



Pany, 
Rarton, 

pany. 
liarloii, 
J'.nrt(! 
Bartos, 



Uaitiiii, Loy E., to Rmlio Corp. of Aiiiciica. 2,695,952, CI. 

2r)() 2(1. 

Barton, Murray M., assignor to Injection .Moldins Com- 
pany, Kan.saH City, Mo. Itosilient container and closure 
tlierclor. 2,f>(i5,!).l."), .Ian. 12. 
Barton, Murray M., assignor to Injection Molding Corn- 
Kansas City, Mo. Container. 2,073.001, Mar. 30. 
Murray M., assignor to Injection Molding Coni- 
2.678,471, CI. 18— no. 
Robert B. 2,6!)r),23G. CI. 99 — 78. 
Frank L. 2.(;!)1 ..3,'<0. CI. 134 — 113. 
Jaroslnv, to llsines Cliimiques des Laboratoires 
Frangais. 2,080,782, CI. 200—250.5. 
Bartow Beacons Inc., assignee : See — 

Bartow, Jolin B. 
Bartow, Jolin B., assignor to Bartow Beacons Inc.. Blue 

Bell, Pa. Ray directing device. 2,065,387, ,Tan. 5. 
Bartram, Donald E. 2.07!),74.j, CI. 72 — 120 
Bartrev Ltd. : See - 

Kinnear, Francis L. 2,(i89,.")97. 
Bartrt, Franz, and A. Slosaczek. to General Refractories 

Co. 2,085,4.39, CI. 26.3—15. 
Baruscli, Maurice H. : Hee — 

I'inotti. Prinio L.. and Baruscli. 2.091.572 
Bnrz, Joseph J., assignor to Star Sprinkler Corporation. 
Pliiladelphia, Pa. Sprinkler head. 2,604,956, Jan. 5. 
Bascom, Henry, St. Louis, Mo. Expandable shoe tree. 

2,673,300, Mar. 30. 
Basel, Monica H., and K. H. MacKav. 2,684,514 CI 

24—205.16. ■ ■ ' ' 

Baselt, Frederick C, asslgnoi- to American Can Company. 

2.076.744. CI. 229—7. " 

Baselt, Walter H., Chicago, III., and L. L. Whitney, Ham- 
mond, Ind., assignors to American Steel Foundries 
Chicago. 111. Welding brake beams. 2.071,952, Mar. 10 
Bash, D'Arle G., Coral Gables. Fla. Bed construction. 

2,066,213, Jan. 19. 
Basham. Raymond P... assignor to Westrouics Inc. 

2.670,489. CI. 73—342. 
T^asha^k^ Nicholas, to The Parker Appliance Co. 2.691,537, 

Rashor, Harley H. 2.676,524, CI. 97 — 26 
P.ashore, Ouinter E. 2.676,097. CI. 198 — 210 
Rashnur, Joseph T. : See — 

Jones, Robert H., Lukes, and Eashour. 2,690 988 
Bashour, Joseph T., assignor to Stauffer Chemical Com- 
pany. 2,670,129, CI. 167 — 22 
Bashover, Albert : See — 

Prupis, Robert I., and Bashover. 2,097.227. 
Basic Refractories, Inc., assignee : See — 

Matirko, Chester A. 
Basile, Anthony X. 2.680.185. CI. 219 — 19. 
Basilewsky. Alexis, to North American Solvav Inc 

2,690.128. CI. 103—53. 
Bass, John M., Sr., Amarillo, Tex. Strainer. 2,673 649 

Mar. 30. 
Bass. Sam T., Jr., and J. W. Hancock. Jr. 2.695.591, CI. 

118 — 224. 
Basspchps, Jacob T. : See — 

Bettmann, Ernest H.. and Basseches. 2.696 682 
Bassett. Edward H. : See — 

Spender. Donald L., and Bassett. 2,093 390 
Bassett, Frederic H.. to American Steel Foundries 

2.690,361. CI. 308— .38 
Bassett, H. Y. : See — 

Nash. Herbert T. 2.094 187 
Bassett. Howard D. : See — 

Groff, Frazier, and Bassett. 
Bassett, William E., Woodbridge. Conn. Nail dinner 

2,604.624, .T.an. 5. '' 

Bassichis, Jack. 2,077,204, CI. 38 — 71 
Bassick Co.. The : See — 

Claud-Mantle, Arthur. 2,674,205. 
Kramcsak, Michael. Jr. 2,085.351. 
Bassindale. Isaac B., Grasscroft, near Oldham, assignor 
to Piatt Brothers and Companv I>imited. Oldham En"- 
land. Loom for weaving tufted pile fabrics. 2,067 188 
.Tan. 26. 
Bassindale, Isaac B.. Grasscroft. near Oldham, assignor 
to Piatt Brothers and Company Limited. Oldham. Eng- 
land. Spool Axminster carpet loom. 2.672 166 Jlar 10 
Rassind.Tle, Isaac B.. and F. B. .Scliofield. to Platt"Rrotiier.s 

and Co., Ltd. 2.090.772, CI. 139 — 330. 
Bassinger, Ross, New Braunfels, Tex. Percussion tool for 

wells. 2,665.115. Jan. 5. 
Bassist. Rudolph. 2.074,109, 01. 06 — SO 
Basso. Julius C. 2,681.033. CI 110 — 2,S 
Bassoflf, Arthur B. : See — 

Praeg. Walter S.. and Bassoflf. 
Bastable. Edward H. : See — 

Small. Edward F.. and Bastable. 2.i 
Bastian, Arthur L.. and A. F. Rapisarda 

Electric Co. 2.093.558, CI. 318 — 29. 
Bastian-Blessing Co.. The : See — 

Rupp, EarlV., Adams, and Sundstrom. 2,674,263. 
Skurka. Joseph. 2,087.975. 
Bastiiin-Morley Co., Inc. : See — 

Morley. James P.. and Cuff. 2.696.369. 
Bastin. Rdgnr J, : See- 

Goldfield. Kdwin R.. Stava. and Bnstin. 
Bastin. Edgar J., assignor to Picker X-Rav Corporation, 
Waite Manufacturing Division, Inc.. Cleveland, Ohio. 
Locking device for X-ray apparatus. 2.073.020, Mar. 30. 



.073.994. 
to Ward Leonaid 



Baston. Cyril E., to WesHngliouse Electric Corp. 
2,086,278, CI. 317—198. 

Baston, Cyril K.. Glenshaw, assignor to Wostlnghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Hand con- 
troller f.or plural drive motors. 2,609,682, Feb. 16. 

Bastow. Marry. 2,683,518. Cl. 197—9. 

Baszormenvi, Andre G. T.. executor : See — 
Alcock, John F. 2,087,843. 

Bata, narodni podnik, assignee : See — 
Vftclavlk, Jaroslav. 

BatalUe, Roger, anji G. Honorat, assignors to Societe 



des Telecommunications. 2,679,005, Cl. 



to Rockwell Manufac- 
Pa. Piston meter. 



E. Burns, to 



2.693.712. 
2,694,155, Cl. 



Frangaise 
250 — 30. 
Batcha. Jolin J. 2,090,689, CI. 81 
Batchelder, George E.. a.ssignor 
turing Company, Pittsburgh, 
2.067,784. Feb. 2. 
Batchelder, George E.. assignor to Rockwell Manufac- 
turing Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Two-stage air elimi- 
nator. 2,673,018, Mar. .30. 
Batchelder, George E., to Rockwell Mfg. Co. 2.688,874. 

Cl. 73—200. 
Batchelder, James W., Weathersfield, Vt.. assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Economy Engineering Com- 
pany, Willoughby. Ohio. Screw thread rolling ma- 
chine. 2.066,349. Jan. 19. 
Batcheller, Hugh W. 2,682,040, Cl. 339—258. 
Bate, Stanley C F. G. Peach, and W. A. Rogerson, Spon- 
don, near Derby, England, assignors to British Celanese 
Limited. Production of eellulo.se. 2,008,701, Feb. 9. 
Bateman, George H.. R. L. Freeman, and D. W. Holbrook, 
assignors to A. C. Nielsen Company. 2,676,084, Cl. 
346—37. 
Bateman, Lawrence G.. to Delamere & Williams Co., Ltd. 

2,696,381, Cl. 271—31. 
Bateman, William R.. A. .T. Matter, and .1 

U-Kart Inc. 2.693,908, Cl. 280—30. 
Batenburg, iMichael : See — 

Koehler, Raymond V.. and Batenburg 
Bates, Byron W., to Boeing Airplane Co. 

307—64. 
Bates, C. J., & Son : See — 

Slingsbv, Ernest W. 2,693,095. 
Bates, Emile B., Leicester, England. Hank twisting ma- 
chine. 2,670,589, Mar. 2. 
Rates. Harold : See — 

Groombridge, Walter H., Bates, and Fisher. 2.680.693. 
Bates. Jack H., to The Dow Chemical Co. 2,683.698. 

Cl. 200—29.6. 
Bates, James E., Chenango Bridge, and J. G. Hainsworth. 
Endicott, assignors to General Aniline & Film Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Stabilization of photographic 
glyoxal hardening solutions with water soluble boron 
compounds. 2,071,024, Mar. 2. 
Bates, John R., Swarthmore, assignor to Sun Oil Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Electrostatic sludge precipita- 
tion. 2,065,246. Jan. 5. 
Rates Mfg. Co. : See — 

Brant. Joseph H. 2.685.120. 
Fans, Walter. 2,685,929. 
Mills. George L. 
Wells, Richard D. 
Bates, Maurice E.. North Amherst, Mass. Positional ref- 
erence device. 2.665,497, Jan. 12. 
Bates. Ralph I., assignor to General Motors Corporation. 

2.078.061. Cl. 137-512.15. 
Batesville Casket Company. The. assignee : See — 
Hillenbrand, George C. and Lnutrle. 
Hillenbrand. George C. and MoCullough. 
Bathgate. Carl O., Rumson, assignor to Rendix .\viation 
Corporation. Teterboro. N. J. Proximity ammeter. 
2.670.458. Feb. 23. 
Bathantp, Carl O., to Bendix Aviation Cori). 2.095.940. 

Cl. 201— 51. 
Batho, William F., to Enterprise Railway Equipment Co. 

2.690.137. Cl. 10.5—282. 
Bathurst Power & Paper Co. Ltd. : See — 

Limerick. .Tack M. Re. 23.868. 
Bathurst. Thcmms T. 2.695.417. Cl. 1.5 — 119. 
Batson. Arnold F. : See. — 

Knopp. Harold E.. and Batson. 2,688,6.50. 
Batt, Hugo. 2,679,785, Cl. 88- .39. 
Batt, Richard W., assignor to United Aircraft Corporation. 

2,680,001, Cl. 253—39.15. 
Battele Development Corp., The : See — 

Safranek. Wililam H.. Schickner 
2.692.850. 
Battele Memorial Institute : »'^'ee — 

Stephens. Frank M.. Jr. 2,093,409. 
Battell, William J., Deep River. Ontario, Canada, and X. 
P. Moody, London, England, assignors to National Re- 
search Council, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Discrimi- 
nator circuit. 2,673,294, Mar. 23. 
Rattelle Development Corp. : See — 
Bircher, John R., Jr. 2,698,280. 
Craighead, Charles M. 2.687,350. 
Craighead, Charles M. 2,088,537. 
Schaffert, Roland M., McMaster, and Bixby. 
Suavely, Cloyd A., Faust, and Bride. 2.693,444. 
Batten. Gerald R., Chicago, 
guns. 2,668,479, Feb. 9. 



and Faust. 



111. Compensator for shot- 



LIST OF PATENTEKS 



39 



Batten, Percy H. : See — 

Ahk^i. Karl (;. 2.G76.4il7. 
Ahl<«n. Karl G. 2.690.053. 
Ahlfn. Karl G. 2.690.054. 

Bo«>stad. (Justav K. \V.. and Nils.son. 2.674.089. 
Hop.-Jtad. Gustav K. W.. and Persson. 2.081.208. 
I!oi'.>:ta(I. (Just.iv K. \V.. and Sv('nnin'.:s<)n. 2.6n(!,07t! 
Hiiiniw. Kiodiik, and I'crsson. 2.()7,S 194. 
-Mudi'isbacli. Krn.st H. 2.ii74.S98. 
Mudersbaoh. Ernst PI. 2.081.209. 
Odman. Tor A. 2.()8.3.;{.")0. 
Odnian. Tor .\. 2.690.74:'.. 
Odman. Tor A. 2,697.330. 
Trulsson, Sven I., and Nilsson. 
Hattershy. Robert I!.. Darien. Conn 
dnstrii\s. Incorporated. Pla.stic 
Jan. 19. 
natter.sby. Robert B., Anburn, X. T.. 
dustrie.s. Incorporated. Stamford 
pla.stic .irticle.*. 2.066,094. .Tan. 19 
Battey, Robert S., to Eastman Kodak Co 

106—176. 

Battle, Henry \V.. assignor to Devoe & Ravnolds Com- 
nany. Inc., Loui.sville, Ky. Paintbrush cleaninR method. 
2.668.129, Feb. 2. 
Battle Creek Bread Wrapping Machine Co. : See — 

Smith. John W. 2.68.3.401. 
liattle Creek PackacinK Mar-liinns. Inc. : S!ee — 

Smith. John W. 2.694.964 
Battles. Stewart S.. Galeshnrs. 111. Ornamental trim 

-strip for cabinet tops. 2.665.183. Jan. 5 
Battles. Stewart S., and L. H. Moos. GalesburK, assignors. 
by mesne assignments, to Admiral Cornoration. Chicafro 

2.665.781, Jan. 12. 



'I'rolliim harness. 



2,680,598. 

assicnor to 
cone. 



PM In- 
2,666,.'99. 



assignor 
Conn. 



to PM In- 
Treatini; 



2.697,044, CI. 



2,692.000. 
Tightening 



reel for 



Jervis Corporation. 



111. Metallic door construction. 

Batts. Harvey J. : See — 

Peterson. Lester C and Batts. 

Baty. Carroll W.. Tarzana. Calif, 
clotheslines. 2.670.924. Mar. 2. 

Bander. William R.. assignor to 
2.079.426. CI. 292 -a.'ia. 

B.iudry. Rpn<s .\.. and B. B. Winer, assignors to Westinc- 
honse Electric CorporaHon. 2.679.606 CI. 310 — 112 

Bauer. Benjamin B.. Oak Park, assignor to Shure 
Brothers, Incorporated. Chicago. 111. Phonograph ap- 
paratus. 2.668.196, Feb. 2. - i- i 

Bauer Bros. Co.. Tlie : Sec — 

Woodruff. Maurice D. 2,696.327 
"pT ""■ o^'""*'** ^- *" American Viscose Corp. 2.697.251 . 

Baner. Ernest K., and W. E. James, to American Viscose 

Corp. 2,691.809. CI. 28 — 38 
Bauer. Frank W. 2.675.039, CI 146 — 17 

Bauer. Franz, to H. Naimer. 2.684.412. ci 200 16 

Baner. Frederick. 2.687,134. CI. 132 — 142 

Baner, Jacob L,.. assignor to Standard Oil Development 

Company. 2,674,069, CI. 51 — 120. 
Bauer. Klaus : See — 

Hiltnian. Rudolf. Auhagen. and Bauer. : 
Bauer. Kurt : See — 

Herring. .Arthur, and Bauer 
Bauer. Kurt P.. to Textile Machine Works 

CI. 66—89. 



.676.173. 



2,684,582. 



Bauer. La Verne N. : See — 

Van Home. William L., Neher. and Bauer 2.684 355 
Bauer. La Verne N.. and H. T. Neher, to Rohm & Haas Co 

2,692.256, CI. 260—86.1. 
Bauer. Oliver F. : See — 

Gleason. .Tames E., and Bauer. 2.692,537 
Bauer. Paul C. : See — 

Kottmann, Arthur A., and Bauer. 
Bauer, Paul C, assignor, bv mesne assignments, to Ameri- 
1QS 'j/.^chlne & Foundry Company. 2,676,692, CI. 

Bauer. Rudolf : See — 

Passing. Heinrich. Bauer, and Delfs. 2 692 867 
^^P^^n'^ill'^'w ^- Chicago, 111. Refrigeration apparatus 
2,671.60.3. Mar. 9. 

Bauer. William E.. to the United States of America as 
represented by the Secretary of the Navy. 2.688.313. 
CI. 121 — 38. 
Bauerle, Kurt : See — 

,Tunghans. Helmut. Schlenker, and Bauerle 2 695 342 
Bauernfeind, George : See — 

Hopkins, Thomas H. M., and Bauernfeind. 
Bauersaehs, Elizabeth, administratrix : See — 

Eauersaehs, Walter. 2,679.780. 
Bauersaehs, Walter, deceased, by E. Bauersaehs, adminis- 
tratrix, assignor to Hahn & Kolb. 2.679,780, CI 82 3'' 

Baugh, Everett L., to General Motors Corp. 2,696,403. CI. 

296 — 44. 
Baugh, Henry M. : See — 

Arnold, Melvin R., and Baugh. 
Baule, Werner G., assignor to Borg-Warner Corporation. 

Bauling, Adrlanus L., Deventer, Netherlands, and D. T. 
Milne, Fredericksburg, Va., assignors to American Vis- 
cose Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Rendering films and 
the like water-repellent, greaseproof, and molstureproof. 
2,672,427, Mar. 16. 



Buuni. .loliM \V.. laigi-nc. <>ii 

2.667,008. Jan. 26. 
ISaum. Richard V.. Akron. C. D. .Morrill, (^uyalioga Falls, 
and I. 15. Osofsky. assignors to Goodyear Aircraft Cor- 
poration. Akron, Ohio. Electric plug in decade resist- 
ance unit. 2,670,422, Feb. 23. 
Bauman, Harold W. : See — 

r.aranv. Edmund. Bauman, and Sackter. 2,688,053. 
Bauman, Harold W. 2.682,410, CI. 274 — 4. 
Bauman. Harold W., and W. L. Eddy, to Anipro Corp. 

2,686,,S46, CI. 179 — 100.2. 
Bauman. Jack L.. Canton. 111., assignor to International 
Harvester Company. Rear section support for tractor 
mounted implements. 2,670,(!69, Mar. 2. 
l'..iunian. Josei)h J., and R. II. Dean, to Kurz-Kasch, Inc. 

2. 6!) 1,552. (-1. 306—29. 
P.auman, William C, to The Dow Chemical Co, 2,684,.331, 

CI. 210—24. 
Bauman. William C, and E. L. McMaster, assignors to The 
Dow Choniical Company, IMidland, Mich. Making cliloro- 
niethyl methyl ether. "2.667,516. Jan. 26. 
Bauman. William C, and E, L, McMaster, to The Dow 

Chemical Co. 2.681.939. CI. 260 — 614. 
Baumann. Curt : See — ■ 

Baumann. William. 2.688.810. 
Baumann, Fritz : See — 

Thielert. Hermann, and Baumann. 2,693,469. 
Baumann, Fritz, B. Bienert, and G. Rosch. to Farben- 
fabriken Bayer Aktiengesellschaft. 2,683,643, CI, 8—1. 
Baumann. George P., to Standard Oil Development Co. 

2,687,982, CI. 196—14.2. 
Baumann. Martin, Chicago, 111., assignor to International 
Paper Company, New York, N. Y. Shipping container. 
2.665.050, Jan. 5. 
Baumann. Martin M.. to International Paper Co. 

2.691.500. CI. 248 — 120. 
Baumann. Martin M.. to International Paper Co. 

2,696.356. CI. 248—120. 
Baumann, Martin, and N. M. Sider, Chicago, 111., assign- 
ors to International Paper Company, New York, N. Y, 
Shipping package, 2,665,002, Jan. 5. 
Baumann. William, to C. Baumann. 2.688.810. CI. 36 — 10. 
Baumbach. Harold D. 2.693.249, CI. 184—105. 
Baumgardner. Ross H. : See — 

Perrv. Richard D.. and Baumgardner. 2,676,572. 
Baumgardner. Versal F.. ^ to J. E. Brown. 2,698.167, 

CI. 2.59—156. 
Baumgardner. Willis A. 2.677.021. CI. 200—30. 
Baumgart. Harvey C. Cicero. 111. Combination plumb 

bob and chalk-line reel. 2,673,398, Mar. 30. 

Baumgarten. Peter K.. E. J. Hoffmann, and E. F. Wadley. 

to Standard Oil Development Co. 2.694.671, CI. 196 — 36. 

Baumgarten. Werner. Drexel Hill. Pa., assignor to Merck 

& Co.. Inc. Purifying streptokinase. 2.666.729, 

Jan. 19. 

Baumgartner. Eric A.. i(; to F. R. Britton. and % to J. O. 

Bergman. 2.696.973. CI. 25.5 — 64. 
Baumgartner. John G. 2.685.477. CI.- 300—21 . 
Baumgartner. .John R. 2,682,218, CI. 101 — 247. 
Baumgartner, .Tohn R. 2,685.805, CI. 76 — 107. 
Baumgartner, Luther L., assignor to The B. F. Goodrich 

Company. 2.674.527. CI. 71 — 2.3. 
Baumgartner. Roy L. 2.680.858, CI. 6 — 1. 
Baums. Otto : See — 

.Tohenning. Franz, and Baums. 
Baumstark, George : See — 

Koren, Heiman W.. and Baiimstark. 
Baumstark, Leopold. 2.696.349. CI. 235- 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Co. : See — 

Gallasch, Bernhardt G. 2.677.987. 
Gav. Fred G., Jr., and Raeaisis. 2,677.824 
Gay, Fred G., Jr.. and Stegeman. 2,688,395. 
Gerhardt. Robert V. 2.678. 22S. 
Markell, Stanley 2,688.273. 
Stegeman. Raymond F. E. 2.688.135. 
Baver. Clyde B., to Babcock & Wilcox Co. 

^1 257 ^2 

Baver, Clyde' B., to The Babcock & Wilcox Co. 

CI. 257 — 224. 
Bayley. Abraham, C. J. Knuth. W. A. Lazier, and A., E. 
Timxeck, 
167-81. 
Bax. Clemens J., Kansas Citv. Mo. 

Chas. Pfizer & Co.. Inc. 2,691.619. CI. 
Bax. Clemens ,T.. Kansas Citv. Mo. 

2,667.988, Feb. 2. 
Baxandall, Gerald, assignor to The Wavne Pump Com- 
pany. 2.675.944, CI. 222—35. 
Baxter, Benjamin. 2.676,613, CI. 137—513.3. 
Baxter, Bruce L.. assignor to Revnolds Metals CSom.pany 

2,680,353, CI. 62 — 126. 
Baxter, Charles E., .Jr.. Wood-Ridge. N. .1. Device for ap- 
plying antiskid chains to vehicle wheels. 2,671.304, 
Mar. 9. 
Baxter. Don, Inc. : See — 

Cherkin. Arthur, and Thornton. 2,697,521. 
Putz, Rodney B. 
Baxter, James C, Minerva, and J„ H. French, Beloit. Ohio. 
Shipping tube with integral end closure. 2,670,129, 
Feb. 23. 
Baxter, James G. : See — 

Robeson, Charles D., and Baxter. 2,680,755. 



2.696,51 r 
-98. 



2,683,590, 

2,688,466, 

and A., E. 
to Chas. Pflazer & Co., Inc. 2.689,202. CI. 



Receptacle cover. 
167—81. 
Receptacle cover. 



40 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Baxter, Joseph, Jr.. Krankliu, avsiKnor to The Black-Claw- 
8on Company, Uamiltou, Ohio. Paper machinery. 
2,009,105, Feb. IG. 
Baxter, Joseph. Jr.. to The Black-ClaWKOU Co. 2,081,598, 

CI. 92—20. 
Baxter, Joseph, Jr., to The Black-Chiwson Co. 2.695.550, 

CI. 92 — 43. 
Baxter, Joseph, Jr.. W. D. llerriek. and F. Javid, to Tlie 

Black-Cluwson Co. 2.081,721. CI. 198—1. 
Baxter. Thomas R. : See — 

Pardee, Edward A., and Baxter. 2,095,423. 
Baxter. Thomas R., Mount Vernon, Oliio.. assignor. Ity 
mesne assignments, to Continental Can ('ompany. Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Package. 2.672,233, Mar. 10. 
Bay, Krnest, to Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corp. 2,093,844, 

CI. 154—1.70. 
Ray, Raymond. 2.693,155. CI. 107 — 29. 
Bay, Tliomas J., Lyden, Wash. Engine cooling apparatus. 

2,070,933, Mar. 2. 
Bayer, Otto : See — 

Becker, Wilhelm and Bayer. 2,095,899. 

Graullch, Wilhelm, Becker, and Bayer. 2,678,924. 

Lober. Fricdrich, Bayer, Bogemann, and Schneider. 

2,695,898. 
Schmelzer, Albert, and Bayer. 
Stein, Eberhard, and Bayer. 2,098,343. 
Bayerische Motoren Werke A. G., assignee : See — 

Haller, Andreas. 
Bayford, Leslie J. C. and P. Seats, to Electric & Musical 

Industries Ltd. 2.081.293. CI. 117 — 33.5. 
Bayles, Fred R., Waukesha, Wis., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Gar Wood Industries, Incorporated. Hy- 
draulic pump. 2,069,933, Feb. 23. 
Bayley, Charles A. D., Washington. D. C. Subaqueous sup- 
porting structure for working platforms. 2,607.038. 
Jan. 26. 

Bayley. George R.. Flint, assignor to General Motors Cor- 
poration, Detroit, Mich. Automotive vehicle hood edge 
bumper. 2,672,942, Mar. 13. 

Bayley. George R., to General Motors Corp. 2,696,774, CI. 



98 — 2. 
Bayliss, Alan J., 

Electric Co. Ltd 
Baylor, Arthur D 

poration 
Baynard, L 



and L. C. Stenning, to The General 
2,689,950. CI. 340—183. 
assignor to Avco Manufacturing Cor- 
2,678,415. Cl. 318 — 208. 
W. : See- 



2,076,778. 



tractor cab. 



Bradley, James A. 2,690,555. 
Bayshore Industries, Inc., assignee : See- 

Matko, Rudolf. 
Bayslnger, Paul : See — 

Pace, Walter R., and Bayslnger. 
Bay State Abrasive Products Co. : ;Sfee- 
Buckner, Orello S. 2,682,733. 
Buckner, Orello S. 2,682,735. 
Bayston, John R.. trustee, assignee : See — 

McShan. Dormon B. 
Baze. Grady P., Idalou, Tex. Plastic 

2.607.379, Jan. 20. • 
Bazzoni, Charles B.. and L. G. Ellis, assignors to Sun Oil 

Company. 2.075,882. Cl. 181—0.5. 
Beach, Earl F. : See — 

Edwards, Andrew W., and Beach. 
Owens, James B.. and Beach. 
Owens. James B., and Beach. 2.097.153. 
Wallace, James M., and Beach 2,692,313. 
Beach, Eugene H. 2,077,735, Cl. 200 — 110. 
Beach, Frederick G. 2.097,038, Cl. 95 — 2. 
Beach, Irl S. 2,689,518, Cl. 99—441. 

Beach, Justice H., and J. E. Vance. Canton, assignors to 
The Hoover Company. North Canton. Ohio. Smoothing 
iron. 2,608,897, Feb. 9. 
Beach, Leland K.. Mountainside, and A. E. Barnett. West- 
field. N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development Com- 
pany. Preparation of alkyl mercaptans. 2,007.515. 
Jan. 20. 
Beach, Perry A., Rochester, Minn. Filler disk for bufting 

machines. 2,008,970, Feb. 10. 
Beacham, Harry H., to National Lead Co. 2,086,133, Cl 

106-189. 
Beacham, Robert C, Richmond, Calif., assignor to Cutter 
Laboratories, Inc. Blood transfer set. 2,670,740, Mar. 2. 
Beachler, Edward D., assignor to Beloit Iron Works. 
Beloit, Wis. Suction press assembly. 
Jan. 19. 
Beachler, Edward D., to Beloit Iron Works. 

Cl. 92—49. 
Beachy, Charles E. 2,693,329, Cl. 244 — 153. 
Beacon Production Equipment Corp. : See — 

Fenton, Frank W. 2,689,965. 
Bead Chain Mfg. Co. : See — 

Hall, Bartley E. 2,681,545. 
Beal, Philip F. : See — 

Hogg, John A., Beal, and Lincoln. 
Beal, Robert E., and E. B. Lancaster. 
States of America as represented 
Agriculture. 2,674,009. Cl. 260 — 428." 
Beale. Charles E., and II. E. Ilopley. assignors to Auto- 
matic Telephone & Electric Company Limited. Liver- 
pool. England. Automatic switch for use in telephone 
or like systems. 2,067,541 . Jan. 20. 
Beale, Evelyn S. L., assignor to International Standard 
Electric Corporation. 2,678.406, CI. 315 — 24. 



2,666,371, 
2,694,348, 



2.695,906. 
assignors to United 
by the Secretary of 



Beale, Howard S., San Francisco, Calif. Gauge for set- 
ting jointer knives and methods. 2,667,702, Feb. 2. 
Beale. William T. : See — 

.\auman, Raymond L., I'.cale. and Sorensen. 2.696.680. 
Beall, Charles R.. and L. B. Reynolds, La Grange, as- 
signors to West Point Manufacturing Company, West 
Point, Ga. Set mark eliminator. 2,605,715, Jan. 12. 
licall. Da\i(l : .Sec — 

Young, John W., and Beall. 2.675.007. 
Be.iU, Desmond, and (J. A. Grant, to American Home Prod- 
ucts Corp. 2.0y(>.265, Cl. 167 — 74.5. 
l*<'all. John E. : See — 

Clark, Willis E.. and lieall. 
.M.irlin. l-.'arni'st K. 
Beall, Robbie. 2,083,441. Cl. 119—103. 
lieall, Russell M., to Overiiead Door Corp. 2,684,846. 

Cl. 268—58. 
r.eam, Albert S.. and C. B. Stapleton, to Vlnco Corr). 
2,689^410, Cl. 33—179.5. 

W., assignor to Deep Rock Oil Corporation. 



Cl. 73- 
W., to 



305. 
Deep 



Rock 
Rock 



Oil Corp. 
Corp. 



Oil 



2.086.512. Cl. 
2.688,588. Cl. 



Beam. Jon 

2,674 128, 
Beam, Jon 

123-191. 
Beam, Jon W.. to Deep 

196—52. 
Beam, Richard L., assignor to Faximile, Inc. 2,078,255. 

CI. 346 — 101. 
Beamish. Bernard D., to Honeycomb Co. of America, Inc. 

2,687,150, Cl. 143 — 4. 
Beams, Jesse W., and H. S. -Morton, Jr.. Charlottesville, 

Va., assignors to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of the Navy. Transmission line 

Kerr cell. 2,666,363, Jan. 19. 
Beams, Jesse W., E. E. Kinsey. and L. B. Snoddy. deceased 

(by The Peoples National Bank, executor), to the 

United States of America as represented by the Secre- 
tary of the Navy. 2.691.306, Cl. 74 — 5.6. 
Bean, Calvin. 2.686.097, CI. 312 — 293. 
Bean, Fields R., Del Mar, Calif. Windshield wiper guard. 

2,670,493, Mar. 2. 
Bean. P'rederick R. : Sec — 

Kridel, Donald J.. Bean, and Rogers. 
Bean, James J., to American Cyanamid Co. 2,090,262, 

Cl. 209 — 172.5. 
Bean, Morris, & Company, assignee : See — 

IJean, Morris, and Beatty. 
Bean, Morris, and W. Beatty, assignors to Morris Bean & 

Company, Yellow Springs Ohio. Steel banded aluminum 

mold. 2.665,967, Jan. 12'. 
Bean, Ralph B. 2,690.927, Cl. 294 — 100. 
Bean. Russell K. 2.696,752. Cl. 88 — 24. 
Bean. Samuel, assignee : See — 

Dickman, Jacob I. 
Beane. Carson H.. to The Brewer-Titchener Corp. 

2.688.237, Cl. 62—117.55. 
Bear Archery Company, assignee : See — 

Bear, Frederick B. 
Bear. Frederick B., assignor to Bear Archery Company, 

Grayling, Mich. Composite archery bow. 2,665,678, 

Jan. 12. 
Bear. Harry A.. Terre Haute. Ind. Holder for fishing im- 
plements. 2.607.009. Jan. 26. 
Bear Mfg. Co. : See — 

Krause. Raymond S.. and Holaday. 2,694,925. 
Bear. Vera L. 2,678,190, CI. 259—144. 
Bearrl, Arthur D. : Sec — 

Bensky. Lowell S.. and Beard. 2.079.638. 
Beard. Fred. 2.686.599. Cl. 21 1—50. 
Beard. Joseph G., Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 

Corporation of America. Time interval measurement. 

2,673.956, Mar. 30. 
Beard, Leslie C. Jr.. assignor to Socony-Vacuum Oil 

Company. Incorporated. 2,678,132, Cl. 210 — 12.5. 
Beard, Leslie R. 2,679,005, Cl. 20 — 55. 
Beard, Ralph M. 2.691.408. Cl. 155—112. 
Beard, Robert L.. Kingsport. Tenn., assignor to Eastman 

Kodak Companv. Rochester, N. Y'. Crepe fabric. 

2,669,760. Feb. 23. 
Beardslev, Gale R., assignor to International Harvester 

Company. 2,680,520, CI. 210 — 164. 
Bearer. Louis C. assignor to Phillips Petroleum Company. 

2.675,999. Cl. 257 — 55. 
r.earer. Louis C, to Phillips Petroleum Co. 2.6S9.047. 

Cl. 209—247. 
Bearings Company of America, assignee : See — 

Piisey, Wesley B., and Spicaccl. 
Beasley, Allen G.. assignor to C. W. Beaslev, Spokane, 

Wash. Expansion tool. 2,064,620. Jan. 5. 
Beasley. Allen G.. assignor to C. W. Beasley, 

Wash. Bicycle fork straightening 

Feb. 2. 
Beasley, Arthur M., Birmingham. Mich. 

iug and storing cleat. 2,073,772, Mar. 
IVasliy. Artlnir M. 2.075,839. Cl. 144- 
Beasley. Charley W.. assignee : See — 

Beasley. Allen G. 
Beasley, Don L.. to Wood Bros., Inc. 

280 — 92. 
Beatrice Foods Company, assignee : See — 

North, Gerald C. Klein, and Noznick. 
Beattie, Horace S., Poughkeepsie, assignor to International 

Business Machines Corporation, New York. N. Y. Ink 

ribbon feeding and ink ribbon positioning mechanism for 

printing machines. 2,672.092. Mar. 16. 



tool. 



Spokane, 
2,667,798, 



Table leg mount- 
30. 
-303. 



2,685,450, CI. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



41 



and Richardson. 



-04. 
Signal sys- 



2,686,083. 



Beattie, >Iornce S., to International Business Machines 

Corp. 2.098,130, CI. es.-)— 01.8. 
Beattie. Horace S., R. E. PaRo, and J. F. Kerhin, to Inter- 
n.Ttional Business Machines Corp. 2,687,080, CI. 
101—93. 
Beattie, John O., Stamford, assignor to Cast Optics Cor- 
poration, Riverside, Conn. Producing transparent poly- 
styrene sheets. 2,665,452, Jan. 12. 
Beatty Bros. Ltd. : See — 

Stevenson. Evan II. 2,088,241. 
Beatty, John W., to General Electric Co. 2,091,083, CI. 

200—148. 
Beatty, John W., Lansdowne, and II, \. Schneider, Spring- 
field. Pa., assignor.^ to (Jenernl Electric Company. 
Blast diffusing means for electric circuit breakers of 
the fluid-blast type. 2,007,555, Jan. 26. 
Beatty, William : See — 

Bean, Morris, and Beatty. 
Beaublen, Stewart J. : l^ce — 

Talley. Samuel K., Reaubien, 
2.092,S.^>!). 
Beauchamp, Thomas R. 2.087,912, CI. 293- 
Beanchemln, Clement J., Farmlngton, Conn. 

tem for vehicles. 2,073.974, Mar. 30. 
Beandry, George D. : See — 

Brink, Theodore R., Beaudry. and Longdon. 
Beaumont Birch Co. : See — 

Hampton, John H. 2.080,980. 
Hampton, John H., and Pynor. 
Reaumont. .Tames O., to Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator 

Co. 2.692.945. CI. 250—27. 
I5eau-T-Form Foundations, Inc., assignee : See — 
Sutter, Edward R. 
Sutter. Edward R. 2,070. .320. 
Beaver Art Metal Corporation, assignee : See — 

Maroney, Clair F., McGrew, and Weisz. 2,080,655. 
Maroney, Clair F., Weisz, and McGrew. 
Beaver, David J., Richmond Heights, assignor to Mon- 
santo Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Preservation 
of butadiene copolymers. 2.608,101, Feb. 2. 
Beaver, David J.. Richmond Heights, assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Companv, St. Louis, Mo. Preservation of cit- 
rus fruit. 2,073.159. Mar. 23. 
Beaver, David J., Richmond Heights, Mo., and G. L. 
Magoun, Nitro, W. Va.. assignors to Monsanto Chemical 
Company, St. Louis, Mo. Compound selected from the 
group consisting of thio bis [3-methyl-0-(l,l,3,3-tetra- 
methyl butvl) phenol] and thio bis(3-methvl-0-T-dodecyl 
phenol). 2,070,383, Feb. 23.' 
Beaver, David J., P. J. Stoffel, and R. S. Shumard. assign- 
ors to Monsanto Chemical Company. 2,078,302, CI. 
252—107. 
Be.avpr. John F.. Jr. 2,090,466, CI. 204—23. 
Beaver Pipe Tools. Inc. : See — 
Pealer. Robert B. 2.090.915. 
Pealer, Robert B. 2,096,988. 
Shafer. Clarence W. 
Beavers. Ellington M., to Rohm & Haas Co. 2,692,270, 

CI. 200—340.8. 
Beavers, James L.. Yakima, Wash. Fluid diverter. 

2,067,185. Jan. 20. 
Beavi.s. Hugh : See — 

Ingwer, Carl H.. and Beavis. 2,080.801. 
Beber. .Samuel L. 2.081.103, CI. 220—3.0. 
Beber, Samuel L., and J. H. Feig. 2.084,220, CI. 248—27. 
Bebinger. Charles N., New Philadelphia, Ohio, a.ssignor to 
Jov Manufacturing Companv. Apparatus for the load- 
ing of shaker conveyers. 2.070,073. Feb. 23. 
Bebinger, Charles X.. assignor to Joy Manufacturing Com- 
pany. 2.077.470. CI. 214 — 060. 
Bebrv Bedding Corp. : See — 

Bebrv, Peter P. 2.691,780. 
Bebry, Peter P., to Bebry Bedding Corp. 2,091,780, CI. 

5—13. 
Bechard, Conrad E.. and W. P. Schoenoff, to General Elec- 
tric Co. 2.096,880, CI. 104— 51. 
Bechborger. Paul F.. assicnor to Bendix Aviation Corpora- 
tion. 2.070.284, CI. 317 — 13. 
Bechberger, Paul F.. assignor to Bendix Aviation Cor- 
poration. 2.080.373, CI. 7.3—88.5. 
Becher. Hubert L., assignor to Homasote Company. 

2.080,102, CI. 200—17.3. 
Bechle, Rudolph P.. Yonkers, assignor to Potdevin Ala- 
chine Company, Brooklyn. N. Y. Locking mechanism 
for locking laterally adjustable cvUnder bearings. 
2,673,760, Mar. 30. 
P.echler, Andre. 2.091.205, CI. 29 — 40. 
Bechman. William O.. to International Harvester Co. 

2.090,9.33. CI. .30.-)- 8, 
Bechtler. Hans C, Zurich, Switzerland, assignor to Pneu- 
mafil Corporation. Charlotte, N. C. Textile machinery. 
2.072,723, Mar. 23. 
Bechtol. Lewis D.. I'urket. Ind. Spray type washing ma- 
chine. 2.060.4.39, Jan. 19. 
Bechtold. James H.. B. Lustman, and H. Scott, assignor? 
to Westlnghouse Electric Corporation, East Pittsburch. 
Pa. Producing ductile molybdenum. 2,066,721, 
Jan. 19. 
Beck, .\lfred C, and D. H. Ring, to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories. Inc. 2.091.734. CI. 250 — 36. 
Beck. Bernice. 2,082,403, CI. 273 — 1.5. 

284920— P 4 



to General Electric Co. 2,083,865, 



to Koppers Co., Inc. 
CI. 50—18. 



Beck, Charles B., 

CI. 339—140. 

Beck, CharlcH E,, lo Motorola, Inc. 2,091,500, (,'1, 312—7. 
Beck, Edwin II., to Manufacturers Supplies Co. 2,087,034, 

CI. 09—9.5. 
Beck, Harold D., Caledonia, 111. Tire chain connector. 

2.004.008, Jan. 5. 
Heck, Harold K., and R. S. Detrlck, 

2.097.097. CI. 200 — 28.5. 
Iteck, Ileiirv E., to J, I. Case Co. 2,094,281, 
Beck. Hope G. 2,093,035, CI. 3.3—174. 
Beck, Howard G., to The General Tire and Rubber Co. 

2,083,905, CI. 20 — 50.4. 
Beck, Howard O., to The 

2,084,524, CI. 29—2.35. 
Beck, Howard G., to The 

2.093.009, ("1 
Beck, Howard 

2.098.072, CI 
Beck, John T., 
Beck, John T., 
Beck, Karl M. : 

Weston, Arthur 
Beck, Leo : Sec — 

Maslch. Edward J,, Miller, and Beck. 2,695,509 



20—35. 
G., to The 

189—78. 

to Beck's 



General 
General 
General 



Tire and 
Tire and 
Tire and 



Rubber 
Rubber 
Rubber 



Inc. 



to Beck's 
See— 

W., 



Inc. 



2,083,839, CI. 317 
2,695.351, CI. 201—64 



Co. 

Co. 

Co. 

101. 



Sommers, and Beck. 2,684,965. 



Y., assignor to Products 
J. Lighting fixture. 



C, Beck, and Rambo. 
Maxwell & Moore, Inc. 



R., to Minnesota 
106—53. 
R., to Goodman Mfg. 



Mining & Mfg. Co. 
Co. 2,690,884, CI. 



assignor to Sin- 
N. Y. Catalytic 
2,671,107, Mar. 2. 
Sinclair Refining 



Beck, Morris B., Woodsburgli, N. 

Designs Co., Fairhaven, N. 

2,600,844, Jan. 19. 
Beck. Roland A. : See — 

Throckmorton, Morford C 
2,092.888. 
Beck. Rudolf, to Manning 

2.093.112. CI. 7.3—309. 
Beck, Rudolf, and V. S. Belpedlo, Fairfield, Conn., as 

signors to Manning, Maxwell & Moore, Incorporated 

New York, N. Y. Thermometer case. 2,066,328 

Jan. 19. 
Beck. Warren 

2.687.908. CI 
Beck, William 

242 92. 

Beckberger, La Vern H., Markham, III 
clalr Refining Company, New York, 
dehydrogenation of aliphatic nitrilos. 

Beckberger, La Vern H., assignor to 
Company. 2,074,035, CI. 200—072. 

Bccke. Friedrich, and O, Fliog, to Badisclie Anilin- & Soda- 
Fahrik Aktiengesellschaft, 2.097,094, CI. 260 — 231. 

Beckel, Arthur C, I'eoria. and P. A. Belter, Pekin, 111., 
assignors to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of Agriculture. Protein adhe- 
sives. 2,008.700, Feb. 9. 

Beckelman, Abraham. 2.079,955, CI. 22.3 — 08. 

Becker. Albert W., to The Automotive Safety Device Co. 
2 090 094 CI 88^ 81 

Becker. 'aIo.vsIus J., to Shell Development Co. 2,087,806, 
C). 210—190. 

Becker, Anton. 2,080,413, CI. 10.5 — 200. 

Becker, Benjamin F., assignor to The Pyle-National Com- 
pany, Chicago, Til. Explosion-proof switch apparatus. 
2,000,119, .Tan. 12. 

Becker, Charles H., Ironwood, Mich. Food carrying and 

preparation case. 2.009,041 Feb. 16. 
Bec-kcr. Dean B. 2.075,134, CI. 214 — 10.12. 

Becker, Earl M. : See — 

Hamilton. William C, and Becker. 2,095,022. 

Becker, Ernst : See — 

Briinlng. Fritz. Veldgen, Becker, and Billig. 2,090,907. 

T'.ecker. Fred, to Underwood Corp. 2,097,502, CI. 197 — 17. 

Becker, Frederick G. L.. to Cellulose Development Corp. 
Ltd. 2.695.750, CI, 241—103. 

Becker, George D., Wauwatosa, assignor to Allis-Chalmers 
Manufacturing Company. IVIilwaukee, Wis. Gyratory 
crusher. 2,007,309. .Tan. 20. 

Becker, George D., assignor to Allis-Chalmers Manufac- 
turing Company. 2,675.907. CI. 198—220. 

Becker. George D., to AllisJChalmor.s Mfg. Co. 2,698,194, 
CI. 280—5. 

Becker, Gerald L. 2,087,902, CI. 282—22. 

Becker. Howard I., to General Electric Co. 2,681,571, 
CI. 73—335. 

Becker. ,Tohn E., Darlington Township. Durham County, 
Ontario, Canada. Rotary, torodial fliainher type hy- 
draulic coupling and fluid circulating controls therefor. 
2,004,704. Jan. 5. 

Becker, John E., Darlington Township, Durham County. 
Ontario, Canada. Filling and emptying fluid control 
means for rotary hydraulic couplings. 2.001.70."). Jan, .i. 

Becker, John E., Darlington Township. Durham County, 
Ontario, Canada, Rotary, toroidal ch.unber type hy- 
draulic coupling and fluid circulating controls therefor. 
2.004,700. Jan. 5. 

Becker. Philip D.. Hingham, assignor to Tlnited-Carr Fas- 
tener Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. Joint for colateral 
superimposed tubular members. 2,065,927, Jan. 12. 

Becker, Philip !>., Ilinghani, assignor to riiitcd-Carr 
Fastener Corporation, ('ambridge, Mass. Knockdown 
furniture leg attaching device. 2,007,.393. .Tan, 20, 

Becker, Philip D., Hingham, assignor to United-Carr Fas- 
tener Corporation. Cambridge, Mass. Fastening device. 
2,070,226, Feb. 23. 



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Becker, Philip D., HiriKliani, assignor to Unlted-Carr Fas- 
tener Corporation, CanibrldRe, Mass. Captive nut fas- 
tener assembly. 2.(!72,0.''<9, Mar. 23. 

Becker, Philip I).. Ulncliain, assignor to Unlted-Carr Fas- 
tener Corporation. Cambridge, Mass. Fastener device. 
2,072,000, Mar. 23. 

Becker, I'hilip O., to Uuited-Carr Fastener Corp. 
2,0S0,.''i47. CI. 151-41.74. 

Becker, Philip D., to United-Carr Fastener Corp. 2,090.943, 
CI. 311 — 111. 

Becker, Ralph W. : See — 

Dessart, Franklyn M., Cuming, Becker, and Watkins. 
2,684,104. 

Becker, Robert E., Logansport, Ind., assignor to Logans- 
port Machine Company, Inc. Cylinder head and tube 
assembly. 2,673,130, Mar. 23. 

Rocker, Rodger F. 2,698,146. CI. 242—107. 

Becker, Sam B., assignor to Standard Oil Company. Chica- 
go, 111. Alkenylation of thiophenes. 2,667,495, .Tan. 26. 

Becker, Sylvan J. : See — • 

Welch, Arthur .7., and Becker. 2,695,968. 

Becker, Theodore : See — 

Becker, Walter. 2,684,609. 

Becker, Theodore J. : See — 

Ruddy, Arlo W., and Becker. 2,680,115. 

Becker, Walter, assignor to Anstalt Unda. 2,670,356, 
CI. 18—14. 

Becker, Walter, to T. Becker. 2,684,609, CI. 88 — 14. 

Becker, Wilhelm : See — 

Graulich, Wilhelm, Becker, and Bayer. 2,678,924. 
Becker, Wilhelm, and O. Baver. to Farbenfabriken Bayer 

Aktiengesellschaft. 2.695.899, CI. 260 — 45.5. 
Beckham, Claud L.., to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. 

2,693,912. CI. 23.5—92. 
Beckham. Leland J., to Allied Chemical & Dye Corp. 

2,087.433, CI. 260—538. 
Becking, Augustus G. T.. assignor to Hartford National 

Bank and Trust Company, as trustee. 2,676,283, CI. 

315-24. 
Becking, Hermann. 2,093,263. CI. 192 — 84. 
Beckius. Ivar : Sec — 

Thelemarck, Beckius. and Lind- 



Dreyfus, Ludwig, 
Strom. 
Beckjord, William E. 
Beckman, Edward M., 
Company, Chicago, 
Feb. 23. 
Beckman Instruments. 
Arthur, Edwin P. 



2,683,209, CI. 219—34. 
assignor to Chicago Roller Skate 
111. Roller structure. 2.670,242, 



Inc. : See — 
2,697.070. 
Gilbert, Paul T., Jr., and Arthur. 
Madsen. Royal G.. Sticknev. and Hawes. 2.698.410. 
Miller, William C. and Strain. 
Beck's Inc. : See — 

Beck. John T. 2,683,839. 
Beck, John T. 2,695.351. 
Beckwith. Robert E. : See — 

Turner, Estie L. 2.081,144. 
Beckwith, Sterling, to Allis-Chalmers Mfg. Co. 2,683,227, 

CI. 310—55. 
Becroft, James O. 2,697,469, CI. 153 — 32. 
Becton. Dickinson and Co. : See — 

Adams, John Q., and Kleiner. 2,689.562. 
.•\dams. John Q.. and Kleiner. 2,689,564. 
Dickinson, Pairleigh S., Jr. 
Fleischer. Andrew W. 2.075,087. 
Huber, Ralph L. 2,689,503. 
Krug, Albert E. 2.075.804. 
Krug. Albert E. 2.687.871 . 
Kuhne, Gporge F. 2.681.653. 
Law.shp, Errol R. 2.087,727. 
May, Edwin A. 
May, Edwin A. 2,079.843. 
Molinari, Henry G. 2,084,556. 
Smoot. .John H. 
Bedford. A Ida V., .qssienor to Radio Corpoi'ation of Amer- 
ica. 2,075.422. CI. 178 — 5.4. 
Bedford, Alda V., assignor to Radio Corporation of Ameri- 
ca. 2,677.720, CI. 178—5.2. 
Bedford. Alda V.. assignor to Radio Corporation of Ameri- 
ca. 2,677.721, CI. 178—5.2. 
Bedford, Alda V.. assignor to Radio Corporation of Ameri- 
ca. 2,677,722, CI. 178—5.4. 
Bedford. Alda V., to Radio Corp. of America. 2.686.869, 

CI. 250—6. 
Bedford. John G.. assignor to Ciba Pharmaceutical Prod- 
ucts Incorporated. 2.079,469. Cl. 154 — 116. 
Bedford. William A.. ,Tr.. North Scituate. assignor to 
Unlted-Carr Fastener Corporation. Cambridge^ Mass. 
Fastening device. 2.666.908. Jan. 20. 
Bedford, William A.. Jr.. North Scituate. assignor to 
United-Carr Fastener Corporation. Cambridge, Mass. 
Fastening device. 2,007.200. Jan. 26. 
Bedford. William A.. Jr.. North Scituate. assignor to 
United-Carr Fastener Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. 
Knob fastener. 2,672,764. Mar. 23. 

A.. .Tr.. to United-Carr Fastener Corp. 



Bedford. William 
2.095.4.34. Cl. 2 

Bedford. William 
2.095.435. Cl. 2 

Bedker. Emma G. : 
Bedker. Leo W 



73. 
A.. Jr., to United-Carr Fastener Corp. 
; — 73. 

See — 
2.689.493. 



American Character Doll Co. 
American Character Doll Co. 

See — 



to Electrolux Cor- 
Vacuum cleaner. 



Bedson, Elsie : See — 

Bedson, Noel P. 2.090.220. 
Bedson, Noel 1'., deceased ; E. Bedson. cxecutri.v, to Blaw- 

Knox Co. 2,090,220, Cl. 104- -01. 
Bedwell, Andrew J., Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Hair curlin;: 

device. 2,072.876, Mar. 23. 
Bedwell, James W. 2,089,980, Cl. 20—1. 
lieebe, Austin H., Jr., to Federal-.Mogul Corp. 2,697,690, 

Cl. 204—297. 
Beebe. Clarence W. : See — 

Filachione, Edward M., Beebe, Harris, and Liivisi. 
2.094.725. 
Beebe, Herbert R., to 

2.089.431, CI. 40—119. 
Beebe. Herbert R., to 

2.689.432, Cl. 46— 1.S5. 
Beecham Research Laboratories Limited, assignee ; 

Heilbron, Ian M., and Cook. 2,078,318. 
Beecher, Blanche C, executrix : See — 

Beeclier, Henry W. 
Beecher. Henr.v W., deceased, .Seattle, Wash. : B. C. 
Beecher and H. W. Beecher, Jr., executors of said H. W. 
Beecher. Hearth type furnace. 2,668,521, Feb. 9. 
Beecher, Henry W., Jr.. executor : See — 

Beecher, Henry W. 
Beech-Nut Packing Co. : See — 
Gerslev, Robert. 2,690,831. 
Martin, William T. 2,090,702. 
Zimpel, Richard F. 
Beeck, Otto A. 2,683,068, Cl. 311—71. 
Beede, Arnold H., Stamford, assignor 
poration. Old Greenwich, Conn. 
2,067.943, Feb. 2. 
Beegle. Lindlev C, to American Cyanamid Co. 2,689.840. 

Cl. 260 — 139. 
Beeken. Arnold H., Tacoma, Wash. Device for husking 

coconuts. 2,606.465, Jan. 19. 
Beeker. Bernie : See — 

McMillan, Archie, Beeker. and Mickey. 2,680.998. 
Mickey, Arthur C, McMillan, and Beeker. 2,696,768. 
Beekman, Stewart M. : See — 

Brown. Peter M., Jr.. and Beekman. 2.086.800. 
Beekman. Stewart M., to Rebels Co.. Inc. 2.698,332, Cl. 

260 — 448. 
Beem, Marvel D., and J. E. Urbany. 2,078,452, Cl. .5 — 64. 
Beeman, Donald R. ." See — 

Teitscheid, Alfred F., Beeman. and Rutkovsky. 
Beeney, James S. : See — 

Barrett, Arthur L., and Beeney. 
Beer, Donald A. E.. Southbourne, Bournemouth, England. 
Apparatus for the production of ice-cream sandwich 
wafers. 2,673,531, Mar. 30. 
Beers, Roy A.. Jr.. assignor to Radio Corporation of 

America". 2,078.384. CI. 250—20. 
Beese, Norman C, Verona, N. J., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation. East Pittsburgh. Pa. Crater 
lamp. 2.673.304, Mar. 23. 
Beese. Norman C, assignor to Westinghouse Electric 

Corporation. 2.678.979: Cl. 200—113. 
Beestrum, Olaf G. 2.684,539, Cl. 36 — 19.5. 
Beet, Frederick L. : See — 

Edge, Stanley H.. and Beet. 
Beeton, Everett E. : See — 

English, Henry W., and Beeton. 
Beetz. Pierre. Liege. Belgium, assijrnor 
Financial Association Inc., Panama. 



to Industrial and 
Republic of Pan- 



to r. \- V Farm 



Bedker. Leo W. 2,090.089. 
Bedker, Leo W.. V, to E. G. Bedker. 2.089,493. CI. 80 — 24. 
Bedker, Leo W., V- to E. G. Bedker. 2,690,089. CI. 80 — 6. 



ania. Externally heated, revolving furnace. 2.009.444. 
Feb. 10. 
Be-Ge Mfg. Co. : See — 

Gurries. Albert G.. and White. 2.084.696. 
Tangemann. Albert H. 
White, John A., Jr. 
White, John A., Jr. 2.681.134. 
White. John A., Jr. 2.085.958. 
Begeman. Robert G.. and R. E. Powell 

Tool Co. 2.689.511, Cl. 97 — 22. 
Begerow, John H. W.. Wood-Ridge. N. J., assignor to Air 
Reduction Company, Incorporated, New York, X. Y. 
Torch holding attachment for gas cutting machines. 
2,005,900. Jan. 12. 
Beggs. Donald B. : See — 

De Vaney. Fred D., and Beggs. 2.070.095. 
Beggs. James E., assignor to General Electric Company. 

2.080.824. CI. 313—250. 
Begle, Howell E. and G. F. Gaudreau : said Gaudreau 

assor. to said Begle. 2.090.010. CI. 29 — 105. 
Beguin. Albert E., to Eastman Kodak Co. 2. 081.294. 

Cl. 117—34. 
Behl. John D.. assignor to Sutherland Paper Company. 
Kalamazoo. Mich. Machine for erecting double side 
walls on double walled cartons. 2.009.167. Feb. 16. 
Behling. Clarence R. : See — 

Nelson. Christian K., and Behling. 2.677.943. 
Behme. Hermann W. : See— - 

Lapple. Walter C and Behme. 2,684.890. 
Behme, Hermann W.. and R. B. Thompson, to The Dorr 

Co. 2.084.840. Cl. 203 — 53. 
Behner. Edward T. 2.680,918. Cl. 30 — 2.6. 
Behnisch. Robert : See — 

Schmidt. Hans. Behnisch. and Mietzsch. 

Schmidt. Hans, Behnisch. ••md Schraufstatter. 

2.076.978. 
Schmidt, Hans, Behnisch, and Schraufstatter. 
2.683.171. 



LIST <>1' r.VTENTEKS 



43 



liehnisch, Robert, to Sfbenley Iiulusirios. lue. 2.694.030, 

CI. 1G7— r>i.r.. 

Behnlsch, Kobert. and F. Mietzsch, W'lippertal-Elbci-feld, 
and H. Schmidt, Wuppertal-Volnvinkel. Geriiian.v. as- 
signors to Schenley Industries. Inc.. New York. N. Y. 
Honiosulfanilaniide salts of benzaltliioseinicarbazones. 
2.668.178, Feb. 2. 

Belinisch. Robert, and J. Klarer, to Sclienlrv Industries. 
Inc. 2.690.454. CI. 167— .t1. 5. 

Behniscli. Robert, and .1. Klnrer. to Sclienlev Industries. 
Inc. 2.696.491. CI. 260 — 897.7. 

Behnke. Edward R.. A. P. Sclieller. and F. .1. Pilia, to 
Union Carbide and Carbon Corp. 2,685,632. CI. 219 — 15. 

Behr. Herbert R. : Sec — 

Rli.vne. Earl C. Jr.. Behr. and Priban. 2.680.829. 

Behr, Joseph. & Sons, Inc., assignee : See — 
Akey, Robert R. 

Behr. Leo J. 2,674,417. CI. 242— .55.5. 

Behr. Leo J. 2.695.641, CI. 14.") — 35. 

Behr-Mannins Corp. : f^fc — 
Ross. Colin A. 2.674,400. 
Ross. Colin A, 2,093.902. 

Behrens. Herbert C, and C. D. Graber, to Diebold. Inc. 
2,690.183, CI. 129 — 29. 

Behrens. Robert W. : See — 

Griffin, William C, and Behrens. 

Hohrens. William F. 2.6S6.674, CI. 272—33. 

Behrinser, Alfred, assignor to Publication Corporation. 
2.676.539. CT. 101 — 157. 

Beiderbecke. Charles H.. and L. E. Palmer, assignors 
to International Business Machines Corporation. 
2.675.113. CI. 197—126. 

Beiderwell. George E. 2.683,000, CI. 242—100. 

Beidler. Edward A. : Ser — 

Graham. Marion E.. and Beidler. 2,677,594. 
Whitehouse, Irving P.. and Beidler. 

Beidler, Edward A.. Columbus, and I. E. Campbell. 
Gahanna. Ohio, assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
Fansteel Metallurgical Corporation, North Chicago. III. 



refractory molybdenum alloys. 2.665.474. 



2,684.144, 



Highly 

Jan. 12. 
Beier, Edwin G. 2.696.952. CI. 242 — 130. 
Beier, John E. 2.696.325. CI. 221 — 55. 
Beighton. Franklin G. 2.686,918, CI. 2 — 185 
Beimel, Henry L., to American Locker Co., Inc. 

^j 194 92 

Beistel. Clifford M. : See — 

Kirsch. William A., and Beistel. 2.689,936. 

Beitz. Richard C. Amherst, N. Y., assignor to American 
Optical Compan.v. Southbridge, Mass. Electric motor. 
2,673,318, Mar. 23. 

Be.1euhr. Walter G., to Alexander Smith, Inc. 2,695,438, 
CI. 26—17. 

Beker. Mejer L., and H. A. Schririer. 2,675,727 CI. 
.S4— 377. 

Bekey, Andrew. 2,677,798, CI. 318 — 441. 

Bekker. Mleczyslaw G., to His Majesty the King in the 
right of Canada as represented bv tifie Minister of Na- 
tional Defence. 2.685.481. CI. 305 — 10. 

Belada. John, to Owens-Illinois Glass Co. 2,689,.595, CI. 
15.3—1. 

Belaieff. James F. : See — 

Durand. Francois, and Belaieff. 2,682,351. 

Belamin, Michael, assignor to Siemens-Schuckertwerke. 
Aktlengesellschaft. 2.680.831. CI. 321 — 48. 

Beland. Henry. 2,677.365. CI. 126 — 33. 

Belanoff. Robert. 2.678,622. CI. 116—91. 

Belar, Herbert, and J. Preston, assignors to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. 2,678,895, CI. 154 — 110. 

Belcher. Wallace E., Jr.. assignor to JMinneapolis-Honer- 
well Regulator Company. 2.675,510. CI. 318 — 29. 

Belden, Donald H., North Riverside, assignor to Universal 
Oil Products Company. Chicago, 111. Sampling appa- 
ratus. 2.670.629, Mar. 2. 

Belden Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 
Wermine, Hugo H. 

Belew. Leland W., assignor to Herring-Hall-Marvin. 
2.676.861. CI. 312—111. 

Belford, Alexander, assignor to Scott & Williams. Incor- 
Laconia, N. H. Knitting machine. 2,669,104, 



porated 

Feb. 16. 
Belgard. Austin B. 
Belgard, Austin B. 
Belgard, Austin B. 
Belgard. Austin B. 
Beline. Martin B.. 

Appliances, Inc. 

light fixture, 
Belitz. Hans G 



2.677.894, CI. 33 — 200. 

2.677.988. CI. 88 — 49. 

2.688.274. CI. 88—53. 

2.693.132. CI. 88-5.3. 
Chevy Chase. Md., assignor to 

Woodslde, N. Y. Automatic 
2.671,162, Mar. 2. 
See — 



Slater 
closet 



Davis, Oliver F., and Belitz. 2,685.121. 
Belknap, Joel R.. assignor to Fuel Process Company 
South Charleston, W. Va. Hydraulic scale. 2,608.702, 
Feb. 9. 
Bell Aircraft Corp. : See — 

Andrix. Frank H. 2.695.143. 

Barr, Charles. 

Hunsinger, Johnathon W. 

Price. Robert A. 2.080,648. 

Replogle, Edward H. 

Stanley, Robert M. 2,697.483. 

Stevens, Emerson W. 2.694.458. 

Winter. Robert C. and Wheeler. 

Wolf, Robert A., and Woods. 

Woods, Robert J. 2,695,144. 



Bell, Alan, to Eastman Kodak Co. 2.083.748. CI. 260— 
612. 

Bell, Alan. M B Knowles, and C. E. Tholsirup, to East- 
man Kodak Co. 2,682,474, CI. 99—163. 

Bell, Alan, M B Knowles, and C. E. Tholstnip, to East- 
man Kodak Co. 2,682,563, CI. 260—625. 

Bell. .Man. and M B Knowles, to Eastman Kodak Co. 
2.088.(>25, CI. 200— .398.5. 

Bell, Alan, and M B Knowles, to Eastman Kodak Co. 

2.692.287, CI. 260 — 574. 

Bell. Alan, and M B Knowles, to Eastman Kodak Co. 

2.692.288. CI. 260—576. 

r.ell. Alan, and W. V. McConnell, to Eastman Kodak Co. 
2.094.724. CI. 200—468. 

Bell. .Man. and M B Knowles, to Eastman Kodak Co. 

2.697.111. CI. 260 — 398.5. 
I!eII, Alfred B. 2.675,050, CI. 155—12. 
Bell. Alice A., assignee : See— 

Bell, Lee A. 2.078,183. 
Bell, Allan G. 2.688,5] 0, CI. 299—107.2. 
Bell, Audley P., Claysvillo, Pa. Outlet box holder. 

2,665.865, Jan. 12. 
r.ell. Belmont W. and M. A. 2.687.918. C! 301—5. 
Bell, Charles C, to Universal Winding Co. 2,688,450, 

CI. 242 — 10. 

Bell, Clarence D. : See — 

Strain. Daniel E., and Bell. 2,690,454. 
Bell, Daniel G. : See — 

Willis. Elijah J. 2.692.788. 
Bell, David B., Long Beach, Calif. Self-proportioning 

fluid feeding apparatus. 2,670.002, Feb. 23. 
Bell. Delamar T.. assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated. 2.677,103, CI. 324 — 62. 
Bell, Dorothy J. 2,691,779, CI. 2—239. 
Bell, Edward R. : See — 

Thorpe, Roy E.. and Bell. 2,683,691. 
Bell. Edwin P., of ^ to I. M. Jones. 2,683,887, CI. 

1.5 — 119. 
Bell. Ernest P.. to Parker Rust Proof Co. 2,692,840, 

CI. 148 — 6.16. 
Bell, George A. 2,696.071, CI. 56—121.42. 
Bell & Gossett Company, assignee : See — 
Lockhart, Harold A. 
Tidd, Edwin B. 
Bell & Howell Company, assignee : See — - 
Engstrom. Sverre J. 2,676,513. 
Johnson, Elmer L. 
Schuessler, Frank J. 2,078,357. 
Wenlnger, Frank L. 
Bell, James F., to Ethyl Corp. 2.688,682, CI. 219 — 11. 
Bell, John, and F. H. Cannon, assignors to Muirhead & 
Company Limited, Beckenham, England. Electric motor. 
2,670,448, Feb. 23. 
Bell, John E. : See — 

Marchant. Francis C. I., Bell, and Hooker. 2.696,346. 
Bell, Joris R., Jr. 2.085,247. CI. 98 — 42. 
Bell. Joseph. 2.689.289. CI. 200 — 122. 
Bell, Lee A., assignor of 85% to A. A. and L. A. Bell, 

and 15% to A. Martin. 2,678,183, 01. 248—278. 
Bell. Margaret A. : See — 

P.ell, Belmont W. and M. A. 2.687.918. 
Bell. Millard ,T.. assicrnor to Newavgo Engineering Com- 
pany. 2.679.335. CI. 222—108. 
Bell, Noel G. 2,691.967. CI. 123 — 7. 

Bell, Percy F., Walton-on-Thames. assignor of one-third 
to N. G. W. Loudon, and one-third to Sound City (Films) 
Limited, Shepperton, Middlesex, England. Hollow plas- 
ter building panels and making. 2,669,860, Feb. 23. 
Bell Punch Co. Ltd. : See — 

Webb. Christopher F. 2,687.848. 
Bell. Richmond T., to The Pure Oil Co. 2,685,605, CI. 

260 — 609. 
Bell. Ruth A. : See — 

.Johnson, Ouida F.. and Bell. 2.693,897. 
Bell, Sidney R., Stamford, Conn. Sewing machine needle 

bar and take-up operating means. 2.667,135, Jan. 26. 
Bell, Sidney R., assignor, by mesne assignments, of */k to 
I. J. Moritt, and % to H. Rebell. 2,677,341, CI. 112— 
260. 

Bell, Sidney R., to I. J. Moritt. 2,682,846, CI. 112—181. 
Bell, Stuart H. 2,678,828, CI. 280 — 6. 
Bell Telephone Laboratories. Inc. : See — 

Aamodt. Thorjilf. 2.086.847. 

Albersheim, Walter J. 2.686.256. 

Alsberg, Dietrich A. 2.085.063. 

Anderson, Frithlof B. 2.683.777. 

Anderson, John R. 2.095.396. 

Anderson, John R. 2.695.397. 

Anderson, John R. 2.095. .398. 

Andrews. Ernest G. 2,079,977. 

Andrus, Jules. 2,691,858. 

Armitage. Le Roy. 2.694.119. 

Augustadt, Herbert W.. and Kannenberg. 

Avery. Robert C. 2,680.781. 

Bachelet. Albert E. 2.094.801. 

Bachelet, Albert E., and Pitlik. 

Bachelet, Albert E., and Soffel. 2.696,529. 

Bacon, Walter M. 2.676.199. 

Baker, George H. 2,694.196. 

Baker, William O., and Grisdale. 2.697.028. 

Baker, William O., and Grisdale. 2,697,136. 

Baker, William O., Grisdale, and Winslow. 2.697,029. 



44 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. : Se« — Continued. 
Balch, Hugh T. 2,692,371. 
Baldwin. Kdwin G. 2,076,271. 
Hangert, .lohn T. 2,679,633. 
Barlow, Dick 8. 
Barney, Harold L. 2,085,066. 
Beck, Alfred C. and King. 2,691,734. 
Beckham, Claud L, 2,093,912. 
Bell, Delamar T. 2,677,103. 
Bellows. Brian C, .Ir. 2,079,032. 
Bennett. William U., and Peterson. 2,676,206. 
Blddulph, Rulon «.. and Davis. 2,685,015. 
Blair, Royer R. 
lilair, Rover R. 2,698,419. 
Bobis. Steplien. and I,undrv. 2.682.037. 
Bogbosian, William H., Ocli, and W'eber. 
Bomberger, David C, and Ocb. 2,686,099. 
Bond, Walter L.. Sparks, and Teal. 2,694,024. 
Bonner, Arthur L, 
Boatwlck, Lee G. 
Brehm, Harold B., Kinzer, Smith, and Wilson. 

2,680,162. 
Brelvogel, William G. 
Brewer, Sherman T. 
Brewer, Sherman T. 2,686.844. 
Brewer, Sherman T., and Bruce. 2,686,837. 
Briggs, Howard B. 2,692.952. 

Brlggs, Howard B., Haynes, and Shockley. 2,683,794. 
Bruce, Edmond, and Straube. 2,084,405. 
Brune. Willi.im L. 2.077,101. 
Buhrendorf, Frederick G. 2,674,031. 
Buhrendorf, Frederick G. 2,677,019. 
Carpenter, Warren W. 

Carpenter, Warren W., and Collls. 2,688,658. 
Caruthers, Robert S. 2,695,332. 
Carutbers, Robert S.. and Van Tassel. 2.695,927. 
Cesareo. Orfeo, and Strlckler. 2,692,082. 
Chase, Fay H. 2,693.568. 
Chase, Fav H. 2,693.572. 
Chick, Arthur J., and Speck. 2,678,486. 
Christensen, Howard. 2,074,583. 
Christensen, Howard, and Teal. 2,092,839. 
Cisne. Luthpr E. 2,079,570. 
Clogston, Albert M. 

Coleman, Robert E., Jr., and Kingsbury. 2,093,734. 
Cornell. Warren A. 2.091.729. 
Cornell, Warren A., Hall, Hecht, Koechling, Korn, and 

Powell. 
Cornell. Warren A., Hall, and Powell. 2,697,140. 
Cory, Samuel I. 
Cutler. Cassius C. 2.674,692. 
Cutler, Cassius C. 2,690,508. 
Dacey, George C, and F.ov. 2,697,052. 
Darlington, Sidney. 2,678,997. 
Davey. James R. 2,677,016. 
Davis, Gustoffi W.. and Wultx. 2,694,040. 
Dehn, Joseph W. 2.676.313. 
Dehn, Joseph W. 2,686,838. 
Dickieson, Alton C, Edwards, Robertson, and 

Wurmser. 2,692,303. 
Dickinson, Frank R. 
Doblmaier, Anton H. 
Domaleski, Joseph V., Gartland, and Klelmack. 

2.088.110. 
Dorff, Louis A. 2.680,154. 
Douvas, Augustus G. 
Drazv. Elbert J. 2,679.585. 
Dunlap, Kermit S. 2.695.334. 
Dunlap. Kermit S., and Malthaner. 
Edmonds, Robert W. 
Edson, James O. 2,682,575. 
Edson, William A., and Wilson. 2.688,122. 
Edwards, Charles F. 2.679.582. 
Ellwood, Walter B. 2,696.543. 
Entz. Ferdinand S., Pullis, Ressler, Soffel, and Weber. 

2.677.720. 
Feder, Herbert S. 2,086,904. 

Feloh. Edwin P.. Jr.. and Slonczewskl. 2,679,630. 
Feldnian. Carl B. H. 2,094.147. 
Felker. Jean H. 
Ferrell, Enoch B. 2,086.271. 
Fondiller. William. 2.076.305. 
Fondiller, William. 2,086.215. 
Fondiller. William. 2.692.961. 
Prantz. Glenn R. 2.678.383. 
Fuller. Calvin S. 2,697.209. 
Gahel, Willard, and W^eltert. 2,686,012. 
Gait. John K. 2.692.978. 
Gardner, Leland A., and Hvsko. 
Garrison, Jedediah L., and Whistler. 2,680,230. 
Cent. Edgar W., and Mvers. 
Gilman. George \V.. and Pfleger. 2,694,140. 
Goodall. William ISI. 
Gooderham, John W. 2.678.908. 
Gooderham. John W. 2,697,748. 
Gr.Tham, Robert E. 

Graham, Robert B., Chatham, and Harrison. 
Gr.aham. Robert E., and Mattke. 
Gray Frank. 

Grisdale. Richard O.. PBster, and Teal. 
Hall, Nathan I.. Hecht. and Koechling. 
Hanson, Robert L. 2,692,337. 
Harris, James R. 
Harrison, Charles W. 



Rea, and Watson. 



Keller, and White. 2,697,749. 
2,682,859. 



Bell Telephone Laboratories. Inc. : See — Continued. 
Harrison, Charles W. 2,095,960. 
Haynee, James H. 2,691,736. 
Haynes, James R., and Morton. 2,677.106. 
Holbrook. Bernard D., Malthaner, and Vaughan. 

2,690,599. 
Holden, William H. T. 
Holden. William H. T. 2,678,409. 
Uolden. William H. T., and Morton, 2,685,683. 
Holden, William H. T.. and Vihbard. 
Houghton, Edward W. 2,697,208. 
Hoyt, Frederick A. 
Hoyt, Frederick A. 2 691,484. 
Hysko. John L., Ostendorf, 

2,683,189. 
Jeanne, Armand li 
Jensen, Rhinehardt M., and Samek. 
Joel. Amos E., Jr. 2,674,312. 
Joel, Amos E., Jr. 2,076,209. 
Joel, Amos E., Jr. 2,690,548. 
Joel, Amos E., Jr. 2,695,928. 
Jonas, Herbert C. and Sears. 
Jones, Theodore A. 
Juley, Joseph P. 

Kersta, Lawrence G. 2.697.157. 
Ketchledge, Raymond W. 2,692,307. 
Kilie, Lindley A. 2,690,299. 
King, Archie P. 2,682 610. 
Kingsbury, Edwin F. 2,094,154. 
Kinsley, Thomas Q., and Mason. 
Kinzer, John P., Marshall, and Wilson 
Kircher, Reymond J. 
Knapp, Harry M. 2,082,584. 

"' and Spahn. 2,682.585. 



2.694.186. 



Knapp, Harry M., 
Kock. Winston E. 
Kock, Winston E. 
Kock, Winston E. 
Kock, Winston E. 
Kock, Winston E. 
Kohman. Girard T. 



2,084,724. 
2,684,725. 
2,688,732. 
2,692,336. 
and McMahon. 2,682,024. 



Koos, Paul v., and Oberle. 2,683,255. 
Kreisel. Hulph R.. and Polk. 2,691.297. 
Kuch, Frederick C. 2,692,499. 
Laldlg, John F. 2.670,258. 
Laidig, John F. 2,694,142. 
Lakatos, Emory. 2,074,409. 
Lakatos. Emery, and Och. 2,080.636. 
Lander, James J. 
Lander, James J. 2,690,980. 
Lang, Wilmarth Y. 
Lang, Wilmarth Y. 2.692.911. 
Leed, Daniel, and Smith. 2,695,980. 
Lewis, Benjamin F. 
Lewis. Willard D. 2,688,700. 
Lewis, Willard D. 2.695.958. 
Little, John B., and Teal. 2,683,670. 
Loman, George T. 2.694,050. 
Lozler, John C., and Weller. 2,678.959. 
Lund, Nean. 2.674,720. 
Madden, James J. 2,696,056. 
Maggio, John B. 

Mahoney, Joseph A., Rea, and Sutliff. 
Malllnckrodt. Charles O. 2.695,956. 
Malthaner. William A., and Ring. 2,675,538. 
Martin, Merlin L. 2,683,652. 
Mason, Warren P., and Matthias. 
Mathes, Robert C. 
Mathes, Robert C. 2.691.072. 
Matthias, Bernd T. 2.691.738. 
McGuigan, John H. 2,675,539. 
McKay, Kenneth G. 
McKay, Kenneth G. 2,678.400. 
McKay, Kenneth G. 2.694,112. 
McLean, David A. 2,691,057. 
McSklmin, Herbert J. 
Meacham, Lamed A. 
Meacham. Larned A. 2.694,113. 
Meacham, Larned A. 2,694,115. 
Meszaros, George W. 2.098.414. 
Millman, Sidney. 2,783.238. 
Mills, John K. 2.694,106. 
Mills, John K. 2.097,792. 
Mills, John K., and Ross. 
Mlloche. Herman A. 2.082,063. 
Mlloche, Herman A., and Obst. 
Mitchell, Doren. 
Mitchell. Doren. 2,694,141. 
Mohr, Milton E. 
Mohr, Milton E. 2,683.219. 
Mohr, Milton E. 2.695.9.-i9. 
Morton, Jack A. 2,692.351. 
Mumford, William W. 
Newby, Xeal D. 2,675,427. 
Newbv, Neal D. 2,679. .Wl . 
Nordahl, John G. 2.691.723. 
Och. Henrv G.. and Parkinson. 
Ohl, RusseU S. 2,685,728. 
Oliver, Bernard M. 2,681.385. 
Oliver, Bernard M. 2,681,988. 
Olsen, Karl M. 2.679,080. 
Pearson. Gerald L. 
Pfann, William G. 
Pferd, William, and Prescott. 2,085,946. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



45 



Bell Telephone Laboratories. Inc. : See — Continued. 

Phair, Robert J., and Platow. 2,688,582. 

Phelps. Walter A. 2.t;T»;.203. 

Phipps, George S. 2,685,893. 

Pierce, John R. 2.694,159. 

Raisbeck, Gordon. 

Raist)eck. Gordon. :ind Wall.ice. 

Rea. Wilton T. 2.fi'<0.777. 

Bea, Wilton T. 2,690,476. 

Rea. Wilton T. 2,094,100. 

Read, William T.. .Tr.. and Roncl. 2,676,197. 

Relchle, Winfried E. 2,686.257. 

Robertson, Georce H. 2,691,765. 

Robinson. Albert L. 

Ross. John E. 2.673.4.iO. 

Rounds. Philip W. 2.694.184. 

Schmid. Erwin R. 2.696.572. 

Schumacher. Earle E. 2.688.652. 

Sears, Ravmond W. 2,675,499. 

Shafer. William L.. Jr. 2.686,843. 

Shive. John N. 2.076,228. 

Shive. John X. 2.691,750. 

Shockley. William. 

Shockley. William. 2.681.993. 

Shuhart. John H. 2.694.101. 

Slonezewskl. Tliaddons. 

Smith. Donald H. 2,694,178. 

Smith. Kenneth D. 2,678,427. 

Soffel, Robert O. 

Sparks, Morgan. 2.695.852. 

Stlbitz, George R. 

Stone. John R. 2.694.174. 

Strickler, Walter B. 2.692,723. 

Stubner. Franz W. 2.682.003. 

Teal, Gordon K. 2,681.886. 

Teal. Gordon K. 2.682.501. 

Thomas, FYank M. 2.682,775. 

Thurber, Elmer A. 2. 692.838. 

Tillotson. Le Rot C. 2.6.S7.902. 

Tinus. William C. 2.67.5,451. 

Townsend. Mark A. 2.682.015. 

Trpnt. Robert L. 

Vauffhan. Henrv E. 2,678,435. 

Vibbard. Edward I.. 

Vroom. Edward. 2.675.426. 

Wasar. Harold N. 2^691.811. 

Wallace Robert T,.. Jr. 2.681,996. 

Wallace. Robert L.. Jr. 2.692.950. 

W.Tllace. Robert L... Jr. 2.695.930. 

Williams. Samuel B. 

Williamson. Robert J. 

Wirschins. Robert E. 2.694.189. 

Taeeer, Robert E. 2.680.160. 

Yoniis risrence H. 2.677.102. 

Young. William R.. Jr. 2.678.998. 

Youns. William R., Jr. 2.680,194. 

Zlepler. Arthur W. 2.697.047. 
Bell. Thomas P. 2.692.542, CI. 97 — i6.27. 

Bell. William B.. Atlanta, fla.. assignor of one-third to 

E T. Newton and G. M. Honkins. Power transmission 

mechanism. 2,666.342, Jan. 19. 
Bell. William C, London, and V. A. G. Curry, Greenford. 

asslenors to Hoover (Washins Machines) Limited, 

Perlvale, England. Clothes-washing machine. 2,664.730. 

Jan. 5. 
Bell. William D. : See — • 

Thompson, Frank R., and Bell. 2,690,599. 
Bell. William R., to Stewart-Warner Corp. 2,683,101. O. 

] ^ — 2.-0 
Bell. WUliam R.. Skokle. 111., and E. C. McRae. Dearborn. 

Mich. Windshield cleaner declutching mechanism. 

2.667.249. Jan. 26. 
Bell. William T., and A. Crompton. 2,677.442, CI. 

18«— 105. 

Bellah. Lester H.. R. E.. and W. H. 2,674.203. CI. 105 — 49. 

Bellah, Lester R.. R. E.. and W. H. 2,674,346, CI. 186 — 1. 

Bellah. Ross E. : See — 

BeUah. Lester R.. R. E., and W. H. 2,674,346. 

Bellah. William H. : See — 

Bellah. Lester R.. R. E.. and W. H. 2,674,346. 

Bellaire, Frank R. 2.685.202, CT. 73 — 335. 

Bellamy. John L. to International Telephone and Tele- 
graph Corp. 2.689.8S3. CI. 179 — 16. 

Bellamy. John I.. Wheaton, and R. P. Arthur, Chicago. 
111., assignors, by mesne assignments, to International 
Telephone and TelegraDh Corporation. Contact-spring 
switch assembly. 2.665.352, Jan. 5. 

Bellamy, John I., and T. L. Bowser ; said T. L. Bowser 
now by change of name T. L. Bowers, assignors, by 
mesne "assignments, to International Telephone and Tele- 
graph Corporation. 2.674,657, CI. 179 — 22. 

Bellamy, John I., and P. W. Hemminger, to International 
Telephone and Telegraph Corp. 2,688,738, CI. 340 — 147. 

Bellavoine, L5on, Paris, France. Making a composite sole 
leather and product. 2,673,171, Mar. 23. 

Bellay, Albert : See — 

Meeussen. Louis A., and Bellay. 

Beller. Hans, Cranford, X. J., assignor to General Aniline 
& Film Corporation. Xew York. X. Y. Polymerization 
of X- vinyl lactams. 2.665,271, Jan. 5. 



Beller, Hans, Cranford, X. J., assignor to General Aniline 

h Film Corporation, Xew York, X. Y. Preparing Iron 

powder of Improved electromagnetic propertle."*. 

2,660.724, Jan. 19. 

Beller, Hans, and O. W. Schnetiler. assignors to General 

Aniline t Film Corporation. 2,674,528, CI. 75 — 0.5. 
Bellier, Jean : Hee — 

Coyne, Andr^, G6liln, and Bellier. 
Bellls, "Maurice O., assignor to Servomecbanisms, Inc. 

2.678,360, CI. 200 — 91. 
Bcllmer, William H. 2,678,779, CI. 242 — 107. 
BeUott. Emlle M. : See — 

Freeman, George A., Bellott, and Fraser. 
Bellows. Brian C.Jr.. assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories. Incorporated. 2.079.632. CI. 333 — 10. 
Bellringer. Frederick J., T. Bewlev, and H. M. Stanley, to 

The Distillers Co. Ltd. 2.691,037, CI. 260 — J65.9. 
Relluche. Elmer W., and G. H. Bohn, to The Christensen 

Machine Co. 2.693,595, CI. 1—106. 
BelMUe, George R.. Jr. : See — 

Kane. Vernon H.. and Bellville. 2,676,141. 
Belmont, Elliott T., Roslindale, Mass. Cigarette holder, 

2,673,566, Mar. 30. 
Belmont. Joseph G. 2,690.336, CI. 268 — 23. 
Belmont Throwing Company, assignee : See — 

Brooks. George W. 2.679,739. 
Belock Instrument Corp. : See — 

Tone, John W. 2,680,972. 
Beloit Iron Works : See — 
Beachler, Edward D. 
Beachler. Edward D. 2.694.348. 
Goodwillie. John E. 2.094,346. 
QoodwUlie, John E., and Hornbostel. 
Hornbostel. Lloyd. 
Hornbostel, Lloyd. 2,677.992. 
Hornbostel. Llovd. 2.686.403. 
Hornbostel. Lloyd. 2.688.905. 
Hornbostel. Llord. 2.694.345. 
Hornbostel. Llovd. 2.694.347. 
Hornbostel. Lloyd. 2.696.148. 
Hornbostel. Lloyd. 2,696,149. 
Belosa, Hermann : See — 

Eidenberg, Josef, Belosa, and Kfihn. 2,678,889. 
Belpedio, Vincent S. : See — 

Beck, Rudolf, and Belpedio. 
Bels. Basil A., Great Xeck. X. Y., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to the United States of Ajmerica as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of the Xavy. Coil forms with 
ends of insulation having electrical terminals thereon. 
2.667.624. Jan. 26. 
Belslnger. Inc.. assignee : See — 
Belslnger, Jack R. 
Belsinger. Jack R. 2,698.126. 
Belslnger. Samuel P. 
Belslnger, Jack B., assignor to Belsinger, Inc., Atlanta, 
Ga. Shipping container for heavy bulk merchandise. 
2,665,047. Jan. 5. 
Belsinger. Jack R., to Belslnger, Inc. 2,698,126, CI. 

229—34. 
Belslnger, Samuel P.. assignor to Belsinger. Inc., Atlanta, 

Ga. Heavv-dntv fiber container. 2,665,048, Jan. 5. 
Belskv, Charles. 2".684,756, CI. 206 — 4. 
Belt Corp.. The : See — 

Belt. Vernon C. 2.682.947. 
Belt, Vernon C, to The Belt Corp. 2,682,947, CI. 198 — 53. 
Belter, Paul A. : See — 

Beckel. Arthur C. and Belter. 
Beltman, George C, and D. H. Sweet; said Sweet assignor 

to said Beltman. 2,679.809, CI. 104 — ^26. 
Belzer. Emiel E. and V. E. : said V. E. Belzer assor. to 

said E. E. Belzer. 2,693,072. CI. 56 — 126. 
Belzer, Vern E. : See — 

Belzer. Eraiel E. and V. E. 2.693.072. 
Beman. Ward W., to Telecomputing Corp. 2,684,512, 

CI. 24 — 26. 
Beman, Ward W., to Telecomputing Corp. 2,685,083, CI. 

340 — 282. 
Beman, Ward W.. and W. D. Caldwell, to Telecomputing 

Corp. 2,685,082, CI. 340 — 271. 
Bemis Bro. Bag Co. : See — 
Coakley, Lige. 2,677.924. 
Davis. Harold C. and Oaridee. 2.693,304. 
Haves. Richard D. 2,693.836. 
Kindseth. Harold V. 

2.689.438. 

2.694.510. 

and Fox. 2.681.021. 

and Hopkins. 2,674,366. 

and Hopkins, 2,681.133. 

and Hopkins. 2,683,435. 
.508. 



Kindseth. Harold V. 
Kindseth. Harold V. 
Kindseth. Harold V., 
Kindseth, Harold V., 
Kindseth. Harold V.. 
Kindseth, Harold V.. 
Locke. John P. 2.677. 



Wendt. Donovan D. 2,689.678. 
Bemiss-Jason Company, assignee : Bee — - 

Chrlstman, Paul. 
Benac. George G., to United States Steel Corp. 2,688,892, 
CI. 81 — 17. 

Oaklawn, R. I., assignor to General 
Lamp socket and harp assembly. 



Benander. George B.. 

Electric Company. 

2,670,432. Feb. 23. 
Benander, George B., 

CI. 3.39—161. 
Benander, George B., to General Electric Co. 

Cl. 339—133. 



to General Electric Co. 



2,689,945, 
2,695,392. 



46 



INDKX OK PATENTS, I'.i.-,4 



Beiihiiw. Frank V. :i.ii!)4,L'.".4. CI. 30 — 297. 

Hpncal, John K., '/• to H. 15. Lainlxlin. 2,(586,490. CI. 

114 Kid. 

Bencptti. Ernest, \<< to Firnia Briickbauer & Ootz. 

2,()9(>.r)48, CI. 219— as. 
Bench, I>avi(l E„ assicnor to The Commonwealth EnRineer- 

in« Company of Ohio. 2,079,936, CI. 210—199. 
Benda, JIartin A., as.signpe : .See — 

Kafka. Mike P. 
Bendall. Wilfrid H., New York, N. T. Drive chain. 

2,667,792, Feb. 2. 
Benilall, W illriil H. 2. 090.078, CI. 74--24.">. 
Beudor, .lolin C. 2.083,042, CI. 279—50. 
Bend<>r, .loliu C, to Houston Oil Field Material Co., Inc. 

2,080,039, CI. 255—1.8. 
Bcudcr. .Joseph M., a.ssignor to Jacoby-Bender. Int. 

2,080,274. CI. 24^232. 
Bender, Lloyd F., to National Cooperatives, Inc. 2.697.412. 

CI. 119—14.40. 
Bender, Marylka : Sec — 

Kellcior, Marylka. 2,096,690. 
Bender. Philip F. : See — 

Hudson, .Iame.< L., and Bender. 2,075.018. 
Bender. Kobeit W., .lohnson Count.v. assignor to It. Zini- 

mernian, Lawrence, Kans. Indexing apparatus t()r 

printing presses. 2,666,385, Jan. 19. 
Bendersky, David : See — 

Wallance, Donald A., and Bendersky. 2,696,419. 

Bendickson, Merle S., San Gabriel, Calif. Grinding ma- 
chine. 2,609,073, Feb. 16. 
Bendix Aviation Corp. : See — 

Adams, Ralph G.. Jr. 2.690,536. 

Alnswortli, George O. 

Alexanderson, Ploward A. 2,084,818. 

Alexanderson, Howard A., and Hague. 2,678,039. 

Alexanderson, Howard A., and Hague. 2,678,042. 

Bathgate, Carl O. 

Bathgate, Carl O. 2,695,940. 

Bechberger, Paul F. 2,076,284. 

Bechberger, Paul F. 2,680,373. 

Bennett, Alfred. 2.678.419. 

Bevins, James E. 

Bevins, James E. 2.697,348. 

Bimberg. Elmer U. 2,676,004. 

BlacUman Birt G. 
Blanchard, Allen W. 

Blancher, Donald W. 
Blancher, Donald W. 2,677,272. 

Block. Arnold H. 2,685,871. 

Brandau, William E. 2,694,900. 

Brown, Jesse B. 2,695,035. 
Burt. P'arlow B. 2,677,549. 

Clayton. Joseph F., and Greenfield. 2,682,000. 

Cripe. Maxwell L. 2,686,651. 

Crosby, Edward L.. Jr. 

'Crosby, Lawrence E., and Hayden. 2,697,940. 

Dalzell, Clarence W. 2,680,562. 

Deardorff. Clinton E. 

Deardorff. Clinton E. 2,679,948. 

Deardorff. Clinton E.. and Schneck. 2.696.827. 

Deardorff. Clinton E.. Elder, and Bifano. 

De Voll, Ralph L., and Onia. 

Dickey, John W. 

Dickey, John W. 2.688,247. 

Dickey, John W., and Hood. 2,691,891. 

Digby, James J. 

Du Bois, William H. 

Du Bois. William H. 2.695.080. 

Eastman, James M., Keller, and Mock. 2,679,297. 

Elwell. Henrv O.. Jr. 2.698.408. 

Fales, David, III. 2,684,444. 

Fillebrown. William C. 2.685.206. 

Flanagan, Robert M. 2,093,380. 

Fricke. Guv C. 

Funston, Frederick D. 2,685.840. 

Funston. Frederick D. 2,696,788. 

Gagen. Charles V. 2,098.205. 

Gartner, Lawrence E. 2,695,986. 

Gilbert, Samuel. 

Gilbert, Samuel. 2.670.003. 

Gilbert, Samuel. 2.683,990. 

Gilbert, Samuel. 2.693.707. 

Gilbert. Samuel, and Metsger. 2,688.254. 

Gillespie, Harold S. 

Gillespie, Harold S. 2,689,316. 

Goldberg. Israel E. 

Gordon, James F. 2.683,252. 

Graham, James iM.. and Segall. 2.698,402. 

Greenfield, Alexander. 2.680.240. 

Gregory, Charles E. 2,684,741. 

Haas, Harold G. 2,683.249. 

Haas, Harold G. 2.089,326. 

Haas, Harold G. 2.689.327. 

Hastings, Donald F. 2.674,731. 

Hauser, Richard F. 

Haynes, Stephen S. 2.680.817. 

Hazen, Edward J., and Bevins. 2.697,327. 

House, Bryan E. 

Hupp. Edward E. 2.690.740. 

.Taquith. .Tolin S. 

.Tarvis, .John. 2.698,411. 

Kasak. Antonin J. 2.675.850. 

Kasak, Antonin. and Wesstrom. 

Kasten, Walter. 2.683,536. 



Bendix Aviation Corp. : See— Continued 

Kasten. Walter, and Fricke. 2,696.915. 
Kerpchar, Michael. 2,083,226. 
Kiley. Lo Roy I). 2.680.803. 
Knud.son. GUtner J. 2.075.448. 
Knudson. Lewis I. 2,677,077. 
Konet, llenrv. 2,677,120. 
Konet. Henry. 2.087.048. 
Konet. Henry, and Kl.irman. 2. 674, .891. 
Konet, Ileiuy. and Seifrie.l 2.094.314. 
Krulikoski, Stanley J., Jr., Manning, and Clavton. 

2,674,691. 
Kuzmitz, Andrew A. 
Laucks, Howard H. 
Laucks, Howard H. 2.079.257. 
Livers. Carlos B. 2.075,829. 
Livers. Carlos B. 2.691.388. 
Long, Richard H. 
Long. Richard H. 2.686.434. 
f-ynn. Howard F. 
MacCallum, Alan M. 2,674,711. 
MacCallum, Alan M. 2,678.178. 
Miict^illnm. Alan M., and Perkins. 
MacDuff, Stanlev I. 
MacDuff. Stanley I. 2.680.677. 
Maclntvre. Charles H. 
Maclntvre, Charles H. 2.683,001. 
Martin. John G.' 2.683.504. 
-Martin. Weslve L. 2.094.793. 
Mason, Avrel. 2.074.232. 
Mason. Avrel. and Fuchs. 2,074,099. 
Mategorin, Theodore J. 2.079.207. 
McComas. Arthur D., Jr. 2.684,455. 
McHenry, Harland L., and Parker. 
McHenry. Harland L., and Parker. 2,691.739. 
McLaren, Ian H.. and Alsterber^. 
McNaney. Joseph T. 
Meddock, Alvin A. 
Metsger, Charles S., and Gilbert. 
Millett. Lewis F., and Schmitz. 2,674,693. 
-Mock. Frank C. 2,689.006. 
Moenke, Alfred R. 2.683,248. 
Moog. Arthur E. 2.091.122. 
Aloog, Arthur E.. and Perkins. 
Neild, William G. Re. 23,836. 
Nelson. Donald C. and Walhiuist. 2.687,6.58. 
Noxon, Paul A. 2.674.423. 
Noxon. Paul A. 2.079.306. 
Noxon. Paul A., and Bennett. 2,680,193. 
Ochtman. Leonard. 2,682,789. 
Orban, Stephen G. 
Owen. Robert P. 2.677,785. 
Parker, Leland C. 
Parker. Leland C. 2.677.239. 

Perkins. Corles M., Sr.. and MacCallum. 2.676.291. 
Peterson, Joel D. 
Phelan. George A. 2,695,966. 
Potter. Frederick M. 2.679.607. 
Prather. F.dwin E. 
Presnell. Frank G. 2.689,585. 
Price. Earl R. 
Price, Earl R. 2.683.352. 
Price. Earl R. 2.685,170-2. 
Price. Earl R. 2.694,468. 
Price. Earl R. 2,695.500. 
Price, Earl R. 2.695,983. 
Price. Harold W. 
Purdv. Rolland M. 2,075.449. 
Purdv. Bolland M. 2,677.946. 
Purdy. Rolland M.. and Mainusch. 2.681.220. 
Rampton. Lawcen E. 

Rawls. Frederick, and McLinden. 2.683,236. 
Reek, Royal J. 2,683.597. 
Rogers. Edwin J., and Moonev. 2.694.245. 
Rossire. Francis IT. S. 2,080.580. 
Rossire. Francis H. S. 2.681.777. 
SchuUheis. Harry B., Jr. 2.675,540. 
Schultz, Harold B. 2.683,633. 
Scutt. Francis E. 
Smeltzer. Raymond F. 2.679.583. 
Smith. Stanley B.. .Tr. 2.683.418. 
Spengler. Waiter J. 2.680.969. 
Stelzel. Roderick W. 2.690,826. 
Stock inger. Paul P. 2,689,455. 
Strozinski. Anthony J. 
Stuart, Alfred A. 2.679,162. 
Stuart. Alfred A.. Jr. 2.095.384. 
Swift. Harvey C. 2.679,729. 
Teague, Walter D.. Jt-. 

Tewksbury. John M., and Hemphill. 2.684.480. 
Thomas. Thomas H.. Price, and Long. 2.695,531. 
Tognola. Tullio. 2.684.665. 
Tom. James K. 2.689.892. 
Troeger. Henry. 
Troeger. Henry, and Flanagan. 
Volz. Arthur J., and Tarter. 
Wallace. Philemon A. 2.675.517. 
Wesstrom. Alfred, and Buysse. 2,077.408. 
Wiley. William C. 2,085.035. 
Wiley. William C. 2.686.262. 
Windsor, Walter E. 2.695.207. 
Winkler. Albert H. 
Winkler, Albert H. 2,694.387. 
Winzen, Hans P. 2.693.281. 



I.isr OI- I'A TKNTIOKS 



47 



Itcnilix. <;or«lon H.. and K. F. Tainiii, to Continental Cuu 

Co.. Inc. 2,(>!)G.r).S9. CI, .•{24—54. 
Bendix llonii- Appliance Division — Avco Manufacturing 
Corporation, assignee : t>ee — 
Jones, Jolin P.. and HroRdon. 
Bendix-VVestingliouse Automotive Air Brake Co. : Sec — 
Vorech. Steplien. 2,(i87,04«. 
Voroiti. Stephen. 2.(i.S7.!»0S. 
r.endler, Jean K.. a!<signor to L'linpreRnation. 2,680,446, 

CI. I :{7- !).■?. 
Bendtsen. Ben O., Rose Creek, Minn. Ilitcli mechanism. 

2,673.090, Mar. 23. 
Bendtsen, Ben O., to Bendtsen Bros. Mfg. Inc. 2,687,899, 

CI. 280— .')04. 
Bendtsen Bros. Mfg. Inc. : .*f('f — 
Bendtsen. Bt-n O. 2.f..S7.899. 
r.enedek. EIek K.. deceased. Cliicago. 111., M. L. Benedek. 
administratrix, assignor to M. L. Benedek. Hydraulic 
machine. 2,672.820, Mar. 23. 
Itcnedek. Kli'k I\., deceased : -M. L. Benedek. adniinistratri.x, 

to M. 1.. Benedek. 2.6S9.."')31, CI. 103 — 161. 
Benedek. IClek K., deceased ; M. L. Benedek. administratrix, 

to M. L. Benedek. 2.691,541, CI. 287—52.00. 
Benedek. Elek K.. deceased ; M. L. Benedek, administratrix, 

to M. h. Benedek. 2,697,403, CI. 103—174. 
Benedek, .Melba L. : Sec — 

Benedek. Elek K. 2.689,531. 
Benedek, Elek K. 2.697,403. 
Benedek. Melba L.. administratrix : See — 
Benedek, Elek K. 
Benedek. Elek K. 2.691,541. 
Benedict. Bruce C, Jr., to Phillips Petroleum Co. 

2,696,459. CI. 196 — 18. 
Benedict, John. 2.675,100, CI. 189—69. 
Benedict. Michael D.. Jr. : .See — 

Shnitzler, Mever J., Benedict, and Abrams. 2.092,672. 

Shnitzler, Meyer J.. Benedict, and Abrams. 2.692.674. 

Shnitzler. Jlever J.. Benedict. Abrams. and Flynn. 

2,680.291. 

Benedict. Walter E.. J. F. Dobry, and B. J. Kelly, to Con- 

goleum-Nairn, Inc. 2.694.831, CI. IS — 48.8. 
Benedict, Walter L.. Stoneham, and S. J. Finn, Beverly, 
Mass., assignors to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, 
Fleminzton. N. J. Fluid let relay. 2,672.1.50. Mar. 16, 
Bener. Christian. 2.682.443. CI. 8—125. 
Benford, Stanley : See — 



Selierer. Robert 
2.688.775. 
Benge. Bill L. : See — 
McCov, Frederic 
2,674,577. 
Bengtson. Oosta E. ().. 
I.indgren. K. O. 



Benford. and Moreland. 



Benge, Knowles, and Towue. 
: See — 



assignee : 
.677,197. 
Bengtsson, Bertil S., assignor to The Hart Manufacturing 
Company, Hartford, Conn. Maenetic relay with special 
armature mounting means. 2.666.826. Jan. 19. 
Bengtsson, Bertil S., assignor to The Hart Manufactur- 
ing Company, Hartford, Conn. Electromagnetic relay 
or switch. 2.668.207. Feb. 2. 
Bengtsson. Bertil S., to The Hart Mfg. Co. 2,683.198, 

CI. 200—111. 
Bengtsson, Johan F. 2,682,252, CI. 116 — 129. 
Benham. Cedrie M.. and T. Lock. 2.688,123. CI. .3.39—176, 
Ben-Hur Mfg, Co. : See — 

Nygren. Ernest J. 2,692.021. 
Benington. Frederick : l^ce — 

Heiligmann. Randall G.. and Benington, 2.685.575, 
Benjamin, Clarence F. 2,680,024, CI. 273^129. 
Benjamin, Ponald G. : .'^Vc — 

Hach, William, and Benjamin. 2,681,352. 
Benjamin. Donald D., assignee : See — 

Benjamin, Leonard L, 
Benjamin, Fred : See — • 

Ransom, David H., and Benjamin. 2,692,366. 
Benjamin & Johnes, Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Popp. Estelle. 2,673,981. 
Benjamin. I^eonard L.. assignor of one-third to D. D. Ben- 
jamin, Cuba, and one-third to W. W Rasey, Olean, N. Y. 
Pad for animal stalls. 2.665,664, Jan. 12. 
P.enner, Arthur H. : See — 

Spanlding, Spencer \V,, and Benner. 2.677,128. 
Benner, Charles J., Jr., North Hills, Pa., assignor to Link- 
Belt Company. Trash screen. 2,671.563, Mar. 9. 
Benner, Frank C. and A. Di Nardo, to National Research 

Corp. 2,687,355, CI. 99—71. 
Benner. George M. 2,698,091, CI. 210—68. 
Benner, Inc. : See — 

Preseott. Charles J.. Jr. 2.693,424. 
Schiemer, Charles J. 2.681,456. 
Benner Leather Goods Co., assignee : See — 

Benner, Samuel. 
Benner-Xawman. Inc., assignee : See — 

Hook. Benton A., and Nawman. 2,676,632. 
Benner. Roland G,, and I. Hochhauser. to Nepera Chemi- 
cal Co.. Inc. 2.685,586. CI. 260 — 295.9. 
Benner, Samuel, assignor to Benner Leather Goods Co., 

Milwaukee, Wis. Toilet kit. 2,670,776, Mar. 2. 
Benner. William. Jr.. Park Citv. Mont. Extensible han- 
dle for fishing landing nets. 2.668.386, Feb, 9, 
Bennes, William J,, and C. E. Leves. assignors to Celanese 

Corporation of America. 2.679,661, CI. 18 — 15. 
Bennett, Alfred : See — 

Xoxon, Paul A., and Bennett. 2,680,193. 



Bennett, Alfred, assignor to Bendix Aviation Coipuc-ilion. 
2,(;78.419. CI, 32.3 — 56. 

Bennett, Alva H, : See — 

Tillyer, Edgar U., and Bennett. 2,685,821. 

Bennett, Alva H., assignor to American Optical Company. 
2.675.737, CI. -S.S ;!9. 

Bennett, Arthur E. C. Kenton, England, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Cornell-Dubiller Electric Corpo- 
ration, Soutli I'lainfield, N. J. Electrical condenser. 
2.668,946 Feb. 9. 

Bennett, David A. and R. E. 2,679,130. CI. 55-73. 

Bennett. Donn : See — 

Jones. Alice M. 2,692.449. 

Bennett, Edgar L. 2,679.444. CI. 312 — 100. 

Bennett, Edward, to A. O. Smith Corp. 2,092,322. CI. 

219—6. 
Bennett, Elbert V., and H. Renn, assignors to M and M 

Wood Working Company. 2,674,770, CI. 20—93. 
Bennett. Prank P., assignor to Three Dimension Company. 
2,»!74,920, CI. 88 — 31. 

rtennett. Fred L. : See — 

Hill, Gordon, and Bennett. 2.687,819. 

Bennett, George A., and P. L. Veltman, to the United 
States of America as represented by the United States 
Atomic Energy Commission. 2.697,518, CI. 209 — 166. 

Bennett, George E., assignor to Monsanto Chemical Com- 
pany. 2,676,881, CI. 71—2.3. 

Bennett, George R., Waltham, Mass. Ball cock. 2,067,179, 
,Tan, 26. 

Bennett, Gordon C, Winchester, Mass. Can shield. 
2,668,635, Feb. 9. 

Bennett, Harold L., South Bend. Ind., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Clayton Manufacturing Company, El 
Monte. Calif. Cooling means for dynamometers. 
2,667,238, Jan. 26. 

Bennett, Harold L., South Bend, Ind., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Clayton Manufacturing Company, El 
Monte. Calif. Production dvnamometer, 2,669,870, 
Feb, 23, 

Bennett, Harold L,, South Bend, Ind,. assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Clavton Manufacturing Company, El 
Monte, Calif. Dynamometer. 2,672.9.54, Mar. 23." 

Bennett. James C, to Anderson Die Casting & Engineer- 
ing Corp. 2.685.922, CI. 3 60—177. 

Bennett. .Tess B. 2.679.893. CI. 155 — 56. 

Bennett, Maurice D., Glenbrook, assignor to The Reflec- 
tone Corporation, Stamford. Conn. Variable switch 
operated positioning system, 2,668.263, Feb. 2. 

Bennett, Maurice D., Glenbrook, assignor to The Reflec- 
tone Corporation, Stamford, Conn. Variable switch 
operated positioning system. 2.673,313. Mar. 23. 

Bennett. Maurice D., to The Reflectone Corp. 2.696.109, 
CI. 7.3—141, 

Bennett, Neil G. : See — 

Hansard. Douglas A., and Bennett. 

Bennett. Ralph E., to Commercial Solvents Corp. 
2,681.881. CI. 19.5—80. 

Bennett, Ralph V. : See — 

Ferry, John T„ Bennett, Kase. and IMcGiir. 2.681.145. 

Bennett, Robert B. : See — 

Smith. George E. P., Jr.. and Bennett. 2,686,163. 

Bennett. Robert N. 2.687,118, CI. 121 — 6.3, 

Bennett, Roger G„ to Hyde Mfg, Co, 2,684,250, CI, 279— 
83, 

Bennett. Rov C, Sr. : See — 

Kishnaugh, Claude B., and Bennett. 2,695,119. 

Bennett, Roy E. : See — 

Bennett, David A. and R. E. 2,679,130. 

Bennett, Rufus B., Baytown, Tex., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Standard Oil Development Company. Eliza- 
beth, N. J. Recovery of durene. 2,665,316. "Jan. 5. 

Bennett. Rufus B., to Standard Oil Development Co. 
2,687.987. CI 196 — 50. 

Bennett. Walter, assignor to Utility Trailer Manufactur- 
ing Company. 2,676,815, CI. 280—81. 

to Utility Trailer Mfg. Co. 2,682,319, 



Bennett, Walter, 
CI. 188—79. 

Bennett, Walter, 
CI. 267 — 56. 

Bennett, Walter, 

Co. 2, (-.91. 51 9. 

Bennett. William 



to Utility Trailer Mfg. Co. 2,691,.521, 

and S, Barker, to Utility Trailer Mfg. 
CI. 267 — 30. 
R.. and L. C. Peterson, assignors to Bell 



Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. 2,676,206. CI. 

179 — 1 
Bennett, William F. 2.687,183, CI. 183—10. 
Bennetts. Arthur E.. assignor to ^lessrs. Staines Kitchen 

Equipment and Company Limited, London, England. 

Apparatus for washing and cleaning crockery, cooking 

utensils, and the like. 2,666.937. Jan. 26. 
Benning, Anthony F., and F. E. Hill. .Tr., to E. I. du Pont 

de Nemours & Co. 2.695.880, CI. 252 — 58. 
Benninger, Eugen, to Precisa A. G. Rechenmaschinenfab- 

rik. 2,682,371. CI. 2.3.5 — 63. 
Benninghoff, William L. : See — 

Thompson. John, and Benninglioff. 2.090.572. 
Bennington. Charles H,, and J, N. Tillev, to The Modern 

Limb Supply Co. Inc. 2,692,392. CI. .3—33. 
Bennorth. George D. 2.690.199. CI. 150 — 1. 
Benoist. Raymond E. 2,686.073. CI. 294 — 50.9. 
Benoit. Edmond. assignor to Office National d'Etudes et 

de Recherches Aeronautiques (O. N. E. R. A.). Paris, 

France. Jet propelled aircraft tail unit, 2,664,700, 

Jan. 5. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Benolt. KuKene \V., uiul O. K. Gerry, nssigiiors to General 
Electric Compuiiy. 2,G80,037. CI. 287— 119. 

Benoit, George J., Jr., to California Kesearch Corp. 
2,691,033, CI. 252 — 49.6. 

Benoit, GeorRe J., Jr., to California Uesearch Corp. 
2,691,634, Cl. 252—52. 

Benoit, Joseph E., Malverne, N. "!., and W. F. Sanford, 
Elverside, Conn., assignors to Atlantic Plastics. Inc., 
PlushinK, N. Y. Spray cap. 2,673,123, Mar. 23. 

BenruB Watch Co.. Inc. : See — 

Marchand. Adamir. 2,691.866. 
Williams, Leon A. 2,682,745. 

Bens. Frederick P. : See- — • 

Ham, John L., Bens, flerzig, and Tlmmons. 2.678,268. 
Ham, John L., Bens, Herzig, and Timmons. 2,078.269. 
Ham. John L.. Bens. Herzig, and Timmons. 2.078,270. 
Ham. John L., Bens. Herzig. and Timmons. 2,678,271. 
Ham, John L., Bens, Herzig, and Timmons. 2,078,272. 
Ham. John L.. Bens, Herzig, and Timmons. 2,679,455. 

Benscheidt. Newton H., and J. R. Pattinson. to Common- 
wealth Engineering Co. of Ohio. 2,685.783, Cl. 62 — 124. 

Bensinger, Wolf D., ftluhlacker (Wurttemberg), assignor, 
Daimler-Benz Aktiengesellschaft, Stuttgart-Unterturk- 
heim, Germany. Regulation of the quantity of fuel in 
combustion engines. 2,607.153, Jan. 26. 

Bensinger, Wolf D.. Muhlacker(Wurtt). assignor to 
Daimler-Benz Aktiengesellschaft. Stuttgart-Unterturk- 
helm, Germany. Device for fuel-metering in particular 
fuel-injection for internal-combustion engines. 2,673,662, 
Mar. 30. 

Bensinger. Wolf-Dieter, to Daimler-Benz Aktiengesellschaft. 
2,696,201. Cl. 123—90. 

Bensky, Lowell S., and A. D. Beard, assignors to Radio 
Corporation of America. 2,679,638, Cl. 340—174. 

Bensley, Robert D. 2,696.436. Cl. 95—7. 

Benson, Alfred B.. and W. F. Henry, to International Busi- 
ness Machines Corp. 2,693,316. Cl. 235—58. 

Benson. Bernard S., Malibu, assignor to Douglas Aircraft 
Company, Inc., Santa Monica, Calif. Rotary switch 
device. 2.665.343. Jan. 5. 

Benson, Haskell : See — 

Reker, Louis R. G., Deitcb, and Benson. 2,683,316. 

Benson, Howard H. J., Jr., and J. B. Imbrlaco, to The 
Engineering and Research Corp. 2,686,979, Cl. 35 — 12. 

Benson, Howard R. and R. H. 2,681,834. Cl. 304 — 2. 

Benson. James H., Ringsted, Iowa. Automatic tractor 
hitch. 2,671,673, Mar. 9. 

Benson, Jerry S. 2,674,149. Cl. 85—13. 

Benson. Jesse M. 2,684,833, Cl. 254 — 186. 

Benson, Le Rov J., Columbia, S. C. Check sorting ma- 
chine. 2,668.706, Feb. 9. 

Benson, Robert H. : See — 

Benson. Howard R. and R. H. 2.681.834. 

Bent, Arthur J., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Air Brake Company. Control apparatus for com- 
bined fluid compressors and free piston machines. 
2,666,569, Jan. 19. 

Bent. Arthur J.. Penn Township. Allegheny County, Pa., 
assignor to Westinghouse Air Brake Company. Control 
valve device. 2,667,180, Jan. 26. 

Bent, Leavitt N., to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of War. 2.691,192, Cl. 18 — 47.5. 

Bent.lens Heinz, to Wilhelm Fette Prazisionswerkzeug- 
Fabrik. 2,689,394, Cl. 29 — 105. 

Bentlev, Alfred JM., to United Shoe Machinery Corp. 
2,681.022. Cl. 112—51. 

Bentlev. Edward P. : See — • 

Ashworth. Harry, and Bentley. 2.687.047. 
Draper, Charles S.. and Bentley. 2,690.014. 

Bentley. Edward P.. to Instrunient Development Labora- 
tories, Inc. 2,686,452. Cl. 88— 14. 

Bentley Engineering Company Limited, The, assignee : 
See — ^ 

Deans, Frederick E., Wainwright, and Kent. 
Deans. Frederick E. 2,685,187. 
Deans. Frederick E., and Manger. 2,685.186. 
Manger, Charles F. 

Bentlev Orant D. 2.074.980. Cl. 119—103. 

Bentlev.' John W. 2.683.566, Cl. 241—169. 

Bentlev, Raymond B. 2,693,209. Cl. 198—184. 

Benton, Charles H., Jr., and C. D. Robeson, to Eastman 
Kodak Co. 2,083,740, Cl. 200— .598. 

Benton, Charles H.. Jr.. and C. D. Robeson, to Eastman 
Kodak Co. 2,083.747. Cl. 200 — 598. 

Benton Harbor Engineering Works, Inc., assignee : See — 
Miller. Robert C. 

Bentrup, Henry D. 2.696,713. Cl. 01—29. 

Bentz. Alan P.. Bound Brook. B. L. West, Plainfield, and 
R. J. Turner, Fanwood. N. J., assignors to American 
Cyanamid Company. New York, N. Y. Neutral calcium 
4-aminosalifvlate hemihydrate and preparation of the 
same. 2,068",852, Feb. 9. 

Bentz, Howard K. : See — 

Alexander, William R., Williams, Dawson, and Bentz. 

Bentz. Lloyd O.. to The Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. 
2,686,199, Cl. 260 — 474. 

Benz, Cvril C. 2.692.704. Cl. 222—109. 

Benz. George R., to Phillips Petroleum Co. 2,695,837, Cl. 
23—314. 

Benz, Johannes. Dusseldorf, Germany. Apparatus for 
packaging plastic materials. 2,669,077. Feb. 16. 

Benzer, William C. : See — 

Sheridan, Claude M., and Benzer. 2,695,229. 



Pipe 



Benzie, Robert, Auburn, Calif. Rodent exterminator. 

2,072,705, Mar. 23. 
Benzing, Jacob M. : See — 

Palme, Josef F., and Benzing. 2,082,242. 
J!i'nzinger. Tlicoilor II., Uockvlllo, and C. Kitzinger, 

ISethcsda, .Md. Continuous record of interferometrlc gas 

analysis. 2.008,471. Feb. 9. 
Berardinelll. Frank : Bee — 

Ilorback, William B.. Berardinelll. and Paist. 
Berardinelli, Frank, and W, J. .\Iyles, to Celanese Corp. 

of America. 2,091.505, Cl. 8 — 01. 
I'.crberioh, Willi. 2,081.004. Cl. 129 — 1. 
Berch, Samuel H., and M. C. Luterlck, assignors, by mesne 

assignments, to Diced Cream of America Co. 2,679,966, 

Cl. 220—97. 
Berch, Samuel H., and M. C. Luteriek. to Diced Cream of 

America Co. 2,085,176, Cl. 62—1 14. 
Berczeller. Arpad, New York, N. Y. Steroid amines and 

manufacturing same. 2,672,469, Mar. 16. 
Beren, Irvln B., Dallas, Tex. Necktie rack. 2,666,530, 

Jan. 19. 
Berendsen. Harold G.. to Wembley, Inc. 2,082,663, Cl. 

2—146. 
Berendt, Carl : See — 

Demarest. Daniel D.. Perkins. Kariug. and Berendt. 
Beres, John J., Los Angeles, Calif. Lawn edger. 2,673,396, 

Mar. 30. 
Berezansky, Alex S. 2,683,949, Cl. 4.3—12. 
Berezny. Miseha N. 2,075.904, Cl. 23.5—91. 
Berg. Abram S., and A. N. Goregliad, Wyncote, Pa. 

fastening means. 2,065,146, Jan. 5. 
Berg, Clyde H. O. : See — 

ImliofE. Donald H., Vaell. and Berg. 2.689,821. 
Keed. Homer C. Berg, and Leffert. 2,094,622. 
Berg, Clyde H. O., assignor to Union Oil Company of Cali- 
fornia. 2,679,540, Cl. 260 — 679. 
Berg, Clyde H. 0., assignor to Union Oil Company of Cali- 
fornia. 2,679,541, Cl. 200—679. 
Berg, Clyde H. O., to Union Oil Co. of California. 

2,084.729, Cl. 183 — 4.2. 
Berg, Clyde H. O., to Union Oil Co. of California. 

2,084,807, Cl. 302 — 17. 
Berg, Clyde H. O., to Union Oil Co. of California. 

2.684,868. Cl. 302—17. 
Berg. Clyde H. O., to Union Oil Co. of California. 

2,684,870, Cl. 302—53. 
Berg. Clyde H. O., to Union Oil Co. of California. 

2.084.872, Cl. 302—53. 

Berg. Clyde H. O., to Union Oil Co. of California. 

2.084.873, Cl. 302—53. 

Berg. Clyde H. O., to Union Oil Co. of California. 

2,084.928, Cl. 190—52. 
Berg. Clyde H. O., to Union Oil Co. of California. 

2.084.930. Cl. 190—52. 

Berg, Clyde H. O., to Union Oil Co. of California. 

2.084.931. Cl. 190—52. 

Berg. Clyde H. O.. to Union Oil Co. of California. 

2.084.932. Cl. 190—52. 

Berg. Clyde H. O.. to Union Oil Co. of California. 

2.084.907, Cl. 200—348.5. 
Berg. Clyde H. O., to Union Oil Co. of California. 

2,688.374, Cl. 183 — 4.1. 
Berg. Clyde H. O., to Union Oil Co. of California. 

2.692.056. Cl. 183—114.2. 
Berg, Clyde H. O., to Union Oil Co. of California. 

2.093.395. Cl. 302—53. 
Berg. Clvde H. O., to Union Oil Company of California. 

2,094,005, Cl. 302— 5.S. 
Berg. Clvde H. O., to Union Oil Co. of California. 

2.695.212. Cl. 23—1. 
Berg. Elaine. Chicago, 111. Worker's head covering. 

2,000.923. Jan. 20, 
Berg. Elaine. 2.675.812. Cl. 132 — 49. 
Berg, Elaine. 2.093,599, Cl. 2—209. 
Berg. Gustaf : See — 

Oldham. Henry P., Sullivan, and Berg. 2,696,041. 
Berg. Harry : See — 

Dim, Jacob, and Berg. 
Berg. Isadore A., Cincinnati, Ohio. Packaged pie dough. 

2.673,807, Mar. 30. 
Berg, John W. 2.079,973, Cl. 230 — 153. 
Berg, Lawrence C. 2.677,159. Cl. 20—92.4. 
Berg. Lawrence C. 2,077,551, Cl. 280—21. 
Berg. Max W. : See — 

Fletcher, Horace R. 2,689,615. 
Berg. Olof G. : Sec — 

Asp. Ivar A., and Berg. 
Berg Paul. 2.070,420. CI. 35 — 10. 
Berg, Paul. 2,095,782. Cl. 271—41. 

Berg, Quentin, New Cumberland, assignor to Aircraft-Ma- 
rine Products Inc.. Harrisburg. Pa. Applicator for 

connectors and the like. 2,673.345, Mar. 30. 
Berg, Quentin, to Aircraft-Marine Products Inc. 2,688,133, 

Cl. 1—165. 

Aircraft-Marine 



Aircraft-Marine 



Products, 
Products. 



Inc. 



Inc. 



Berg. Quentin, to 

2.094.808. Cl. 1 — 00. 
Berg. Quentin. to 

2.694.809. Cl. 1—165. 
Berg. Ralph R., Menlo Park, assignor to Mariblast Corpo- 
ration. Jersey City. N. J. .''and washing method and 
apparatus. 2.607.015. Jan. 20. 

Berg, Samuel. 2,688,327, Cl. 128—283. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Berg, Samuel S. : See — 

Slack. Ronald, Ashley, and Berjr. 2.686.787. 
Slack. Konnld. .\slil.-v. an<l Here 2.686,802. 
BerK. Stanley O. 2.685.693. CI. 3—12.3. 
Berpm. Kenneth N., to Motorola. Inc. 2.689,882, CI. 

179—15 5. 
Berfjan. Martin D.. Westfield, assignor to The Thomas & 

Belts Co.. Elizabeth, X. J. Dead-end connector. 

2,669,600, Feb. 16. 
Bergan, Martin D.. assignor to The Thomas & Betts Co. 

2.675.774. CI. 113—119. 
Bergan. Martin D.. to The Thomas & Betts Co. 2.696,747, 

CI. 81—15. 
Berge. Byron T., to Kennecott Copper Corp. 2,696,979, 

Cl. 266 — 42. 
Berge, Herbert N., to McCulloch Motors Corp. 2,693,207, 

Cl. 143—35. 
Bergel, Franz, A. Cohen. F, R. Atherton. B. Heath-Brown, 

and E. G. Hughes, to Hoffmann-La Roche Inc. 2,693,470, 

Cl. 260— 2SG. 
Bergen, Stephen A., to Evershed & Vignoles Ltd. 

2,685.004, Cl. 324 — 99. 
Beruendahl. Kavalli A., assignor to E. A. Rosengrens 

Kassaskapsf.ibriks Aktiebolag. 2.677.265. Cl. 70—305. 
Berger, Arthur F.. assignor to The Master Electric Com- 
pany. 2,674,473, Cl. 286—11. 
Berger. Benjamin S., to Philip Florin, Inc. 2,094,429, 

Cl. 150 — 39. 
Berger, France B., and W. J. Tull. to General Precision 

Laboratory, Inc. 2,688,743, Cl. 343—7.3. 
Berger, Frank .1. : See — 

Murray. Michael F.. and Berger. 
Berger. Franz .7.. Xeftenbach, Switzerland, assignor to 

American Wheelabrator & Equipment Corporation, 

Mishawaka. Ind. Roller conveyer. 2,667,261, Jan. 26. 
Berger, Frederick. 2.68S.354, Cl. 150 — 28. 
Berger, George C. 2,679,702, Cl. 37 — 43. 
Berger, George C, and A. O. Myrold. 2,677,550, Cl. 

275—3. 
Berger, Harold A. 2,695,540. Cl. 81-84. 
Berger. Heinz, Hoxter (Weser). and H. Holtrichter. Essen- 

Altenessen, Germany. Gas alarm. 2,672.533, Mar. 16. 
Berger. Heinz, and E. Weyde, to Agfa Aktiengesellschaft 

fur Photofabrikation. 2.694.008, Cl. 95 — 2. 
Berger. .Joseph J. 2,689.987, Cl. 20—2. 
Berger, Kornel, Kew Gardens, N. Y. Lamp harp. 2,665,374, 

Jan. 5. 
Berger, Leo, to Hoffmann-La Roche Inc. 2,694,058, Cl. 

260—209.6. 
Berger. Paul : Sfic — 

Feinberg, Albert E., and Berger. 2.685,662-3. 
Berger, Robert C. 2.677.185. Cl. 33—80. 
Berger. Samuel. 2.077.114. Cl. 339 — 45. 
Berger, Samuel I. 2.692,918. Cl. 179—102. 
Bergeron. Alfred, Chicopee Falls, Mass. Piston ring. 

2,670.259. Feb. 23. 
Bergeron. Alfred. Dallas, Tex. Piston packing ring. 

2,670,255. Feb. 23. 
Bergeron. Alfred, Dallas, Tex. Piston ring. 2,670,257, 

Feb. 23. 
Bergeron. Alfred, Dallas, Tex. Piston ring construction. 

2,670,258, Feb. 23. 
Bergeron. Xarcisse C, Berkeley. Calif. Lever actuated tire 

bead forcing device. 2,672.184, Mar. 16. 
Bergeron. Narcisse C.. Berkeley, Calif., assignor to Cam 

Tool Co. Inc. Lever actuated tire changing device. 

2.672.185, Mar. 16. 
Bergeron, Victor J. 2.085,285, Cl. 120 — 25. 
Bergey, Milton C. assignor to Republic Aviation Corpora- 
tion. 2.675.786. Cl. 121—41. 
Bergfelt. Nils H. See — 

Taylor. Lawrence B., Malavazos, Davis, and Bergfelt. 
2.002.084. 
Bergfors. Carl A.. Roslyn Heights, assignor to Interna- 
tional Business JIachines Corporation, New York, N. Y. 

Electronic trigger. Re. 23,770, Jan. 12. 
Berggren. Hal C. : See — 

Jarrett, Jerry, and Berggren. 2,081,752. 
Bergh Bros. Co., Inc., assignee : See — 

Bergh, George G., and R. G. 
Bergh. Charles J.. Vnndalia, assignor to The Dayton Pump 

& Jlanufacturing Company, Dayton, Ohio. Submersible 

pump. 2.007.128. Jan. 20. 
Bergh, Charles J.. Vandalia, assignor to The Dayton Pump 

& Manufacturing Company, Dayton, Ohio. Submersi- 
ble pump. 2,670,686, Mar. 2. 
Bergh, Fred H., to Western Electric Co., Inc. 2,685,928, 

Cl. 164 — 110. 
Bergh, George G. and R. G., assignors to Bergh Bros. Co., 

Inc.. Attlehoro Falls, Mass. Flexible and expansible 

band. 2,672.738, Mar. 23. 
Bergh, George G. and R. G., assignors to Bergh Bros. Co., 

Inc., Attleboro Falls. Mass. Shipment and display box 

and improved corner therefor. 2,673,057, Mar. 30. 
Bergh. Robert G. : See — 

Bergh, George G. and R. G. 
Berghe, Georges J. L. V., and P. J. F. Schaefer. assignors 

to Societe Anonyme de Distribution du Gaz (Distrigaz), 

Brussels. Belgium. Chronocounter for measuring out- 
put of fluids. 2.605.186. Jan. 5. 
Bergin. Sarah E. 2,677,137. Cl. 5 — 334. 



Berglund. Harold R., to Denver Wood Products Co. 
2.092.054. Cl. 211—87. 

Berglund Nils O. H.. to Svenska Aktlebolaget Gasaccumu- 
lator. 2.089.889. Cl. 200 — 61.02. 

Berglund. Orion W., assignor to Chadelold Corporation. 
2.074,538, Cl. 106—34. 

Berglund. Orin W., to Chadeloid Corp. 2,691,564, Cl. 
8—6.5. 

Berglund, Sven G. : See — 

Karp. Edward C, and Berglund. 2,678,021. 

Bergman, Carl A., assignor to Standard Duplicating Ma- 
chines Corporation. 2,074,183, Cl. 101 — 132.5. 

Bergman, Donald J., to Universal Oil Products Co. 
2,083,054, Cl. 23—288. 

Bergman, Gustav A. 2,684,055, Cl. 123—7. 

Bergman, Gustav A. 2,685,867, Cl. 123 — 7. 

Bergnuui. llynuiu C. : Sec — 

\\ hiiliimham, Barron S., and Bergman. 2,681.351. 

Bergman. Jolu\ O. : See — ■ 

Baumgartner. Eric A. 2.090.973. 

Bergman, Wayne K. 2,682,189, Cl. 81—90. 

Bergman, William E., BartlesviUe, Okla., assignor to 
Phillips Petroleum Company. Use of ion-exchange ma- 
terials for removal of scale deposits. 2,671,035, Mar. 2. 

Bergman. William 11. 2.087.201. CI. 198—12. 

Bergmann, Carl .\.. Milwaukee. Wis., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Le Rol Company. Reciprocable hydrau- 
lic impact motor. 2.072.847. Mar. 23. 

Bergmann, Christian N. 2.078,124, Cl. 198 — 32. 

Bergmann, Ernst R.. assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Shaker conveyor. 2.070,071, 
Feb. 23. 

Bergmann. Ernst R.. to Goodman Mfg. Co. 2,690,836, 
Cl. 198—220. 

Bergmann, Ernst R., and W. W. Sloano. assignors to Good- 
man Manufacturing Company. Chicago, III. Shaker 
conveyer. 2,070.072, Feb. 23. 

Bergmann, Friedrich : Sec — 

Schlecht, Leo, and Bergmann. 2,687,349. 
Schlcclit, Leo. Bergmann. and Oestreicher. 2.080.714. 

Bergmann. Fritz, to W. E. Guderr. 2.080,432. Cl. 74 — 325. 

Bergmann. Paul F., assignor to Johnson Products. Inc., 
Muskegon, Mich. Adjusting screw assembly for rocker 
arms. 2,669,228, Feb. 16. 

Bergmeister. Eduard. W. Gruber, and J. Heckmaier. Burg- 
hausen. Upper Bavaria, Germany, assignors to Wacker- 
Clieinie (i. m. b. H. Saponification of polyvinyl esters. 



2.008.810. Fob. 9 
Bergquist. Carl H 

Cl. 285—24.5. 
Bergquist. Ernest C, 

2,688,481. Cl. 267—5 
Bergquist. Theodore W., 

2,672,882, Mar. 23 

Bergrun. Norman K. 

Neel. Carr B.. Jr 

Bergson. Arnold, to 

322 — 28. 
Bergstein, Frank D. 



to General Electric Co. 2,686,065, 



to American Steel Foundries. 
Willow Grove, Pa. Safety valve. 



See — 

and Bergrun. 2,080,040, 
Jack & Heintz, Inc. 2,693,570. 



Cl. 



2,678,679, Cl. 154 — 42. 



Frank D., and W. Haas. 2,070,642, Cl. 



Lined box struc- 



Bergstein. 

154 
Bergstein Packaging Trust, The : See — 

Bergstein. Robert M. 2.097.540. 
Bergstein, Robert M., Wyoming, Ohio. 

ture. 2.605.835, Jan. 12. 
Bergstein. Robert M., to The Bergstein Packaging Trust. 

2.097.546. Cl. 229 — 34. 
Bergstein. Robert M. 2.081.174. Cl. 229—38. 
Bergstrom, Clarence G., to G. D. Searle & Co. 2,684,968, 

Cl. 200 — .397.45. 
Bergstrom, Eric V., Short Hills. N. J., assignor to Socony- 

Vacuum Oil Company. Incorporated. Method and ap- 
paratus for hydrocarbon conversion. 2,606,731. Jan. 19. 
Bergstrom. Eric V.. to Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., Inc. 

2.0S1.2C9. Cl. 23 — 270,5. 
Bergstrom, Eric V., to Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., Inc. 

2,084,708, Cl. 214 — 17. 
Bergstrom, Eric V., to Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., Inc. 

2,684,927, Cl. 196 — 52. 
Bergstrom. Eric V.. to Socony-Vacuum Oil Co.. Inc. 

2.087,018, CI. 62—1. 
Bergstrom. Eric V., to Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., Inc. 

2.690.050, Cl. 62 — 1. 
Bergstrom, Erie V.. to Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., Inc. 

2.095.220, Cl. 2.3 — 288. 
Bergstrom. Eric V., to Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., Inc. 

2.695.815. Cl. 302—17. 
Bergstrom, Frank S. 2,684,229, Cl. 255 — 1.4. 

Bergstrom. Harold A., to Continental Can Co., Inc. 

2.696.339. Cl. 229 — 1.5. 

Bergstrom. Harold A., to Continental Can Co.. Inc. 

2.696.340, Cl. 229—5.7. 

Bergstrom. Victor J., to Johnson Spring Cushion Co. 

2.694.418. Cl. 140—92.7. 
Berk, Kenneth E. : See — 

Hott, Ion V. K.. and Berk. 2,690,235. 
Berke, Aaron. 2,686,000, Cl. 229—28. 
Berkeley Pump Company, assignee : See — 

Stadelhofer. Fred P. 
Berkey, Harry L., and G. E. Hieber, to Landis Machine 

Co. 2,688,144, Cl. 10 — 107. 
Berklege. Emil. Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Power load 
equalizer. 2,068,459. Feb. 9. 



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INDEX Ol' PATKNTS. I'.ir.t 



2,f>8(i,052. 
2.090,103. 

.'.(;!i^.:i.ji. 
and Landineler. 
Landmeier. 



14.98. 



-24. 



Pa. Collapsible cart. 



ISerkle.v Machiiie Co. : See — 

Winkler, Richard, and Ddnncbier. 
Winkler. Richard, and Diiniipbier. 
Winkler, iticliiird. and Diinnrbier. 1 
Iterklt'V, Warren D. : Sec — 

ISdller, Willi.im D., Berkley, Ernst, 

2.(;77,7.M. 
IJoUer. William D., Berkley, Ernst, and 
2.G8.').011. 
I!('ikni:in. Meyer. New York. X. Y. Combined photocraph 
camera carrying case and flashbulb holder. 2,G(;.'),H01. 
.Ian. 12. 
IJerkner. Hans O. : See — 

Neucebauer, Franz J., ,ind Berkner. 2,687,124. 
I'.erUovic, Abraham. 2.080.:«!(!. CI. ?>S — 137. 
I'.erkovilz, Harry. Wcehawkon, N. .1.. assif;nor to WestinR- 
liouse Electric Corporal ion. East Pittsburgh, Pa. Ele- 
vator indiiclor switch. 2.(j(if!.l 10. ,lan. 12. 
Berkowilz. .Taime. 2.696.840, CI. 139—134. 
Berks (^luntv Trust Co. : See — 

Sternbergh. .Tames H., Sr. 2,690,704. 
Berkson, RicIi.Trd L. : See — 

CourtJiey. .Joseph F. 2,(!94,920. 
Berlant. Emmanuel : >S'cc — 

King. Rollin W.. and Berlant. 
Berlew, Nelson H. 2,684,.5,52, CI. 4.3- 
Berlew, Nelson H. 2,093,605, €1. 9- 
Berlin. Dennis : Sec — 

Soltis, .John A. 2.090.787. 
Berlin, Dennis, Philadelphia, 

2,671.669, Mar. 9. 
Berlin, Irving : See — • 

Soltis, ,Tohn A. 2,690,787. 
Berlin & .Tones Co.. Inc. : See — 

Halahan. .Tolin. Aronson, and Lyon. 2.688.830. 
Halahan. John, Aronson, and Lyon. 2,690,102. 
Halahan, John, Aronson, and Lyon. 2,690,337. 
Berlyn. Martin J., assignor to American Locomotive Com- 
pany. 2.080. 0.Tl. CI. 299 — 107.8. 
Berlyn. Martin .1.. to American Locomotive Co. 2,690,356, 

CI. 299—107.8. 
Berlvn, Martin J., and J. J. Broderick, assignors to 
American Bosch Corporation. 2,679,805, CI. 103 — 37. 
r>prlvn. M.irtin J., and E. E. Stansfield. to -Vmerican Bosch 

Corp. 2. 688. 054. CI. 200—31 . 
Ber-Mac Conipanv, assignee : See — 
Maclntvre. John A. 2.678.068. 
Berman, Aaron R. 2,685.072. CI. 339 — 62. 
Herman, Benjamin. 2.693.620, CI. 20 — 1. 
Berman. T-'rank. 2.680.325. CI. 45—58. 
Rerman. Frank. 2.680.628. CI. 281 — 6. 

Berman. Morris. New York. N. Y. Stress determining in- 
strument. 2.668,444. Feb. 9. 
Berman, Oscar A. 2.674.752, CI. .5 — 337. 
Berman, Samuel, Hartford, Conn. Infant's garment. 

2.666,203, Jan. 19. 
Berman, Seymour J. 2,677,976, CI. 74 — ^562.5. 
Bermann. Bernhard R. : See — 
Bakken. Lars. 2,684,849. 
Berme.io. Lorenzo. 2.694.231. CI. 20 — 1 12. 
Bernaerts, Henricns F. J. 2,6.83.277. CI. 16 — IS. 
Bernard. Adam P., Rochester, N. Y. Press for forming 

pellets. 2,670.044, Feb. 23. 
Bernard. Edith B. 2,691,983. CI. 128—284. 
Bernard, Fred A., to Marman Products Co., Inc. 

2.695.437, CI. 24 — 279. 
Bernard, fieorge O. : See — 

Bond. Donald C, and Bernard. 2.675.083. 
Bond. Donald C, and Bernard. 2,679,294. 
Bernard. George G.. to The Pure Oil Co. 2.691,109, CI. 

2.")0— 83. 
Bernard, John G., Martinsville, Va., assignor to E. I. 
Du Pont de Nemovirs and Company, Wilmington, Del. 
High-frequency electronic drying apparatus. 2,668,226, 
Feb. 2. 
Bernard. Robert A., and R. R. Merner. nssignors to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Companv. 2.076,190. CI. 
260 — 601. 
Bernard Tissot-Dnnont : See — 

Bonnevav. Noel F. A. M. 2.695.112. 
Bernasconi. Giuseppe. 2,697,261. CI. 24 — 205.14. 
Bernat. Henri : See — 

Bernat, Raoul and H. 2,679,353. 
Bernat, Raoul and H. 2,679,353, CI. 230—222. 

Bernd. Lester E.. to The Delaware Steeplechase and Race 

Assn. 2 6S0.991. CI. 88 — 16 
Berndt, Arthur A., assignor to Electroline Companv. Chi- 
cago, 111. Connector for stranded cable. 2.665,331, 
Jan. 5. 
Bernelin. Marie A. (Duch) : See — 

Duch. Gabriel V. A. and M. A. 2,677,746. 
Bernert. Wanda S. 2.680.247. CI. 2 — 224. 
Bernhard, John H.. Omaha. Nebr. 

2,669.210. Feb. 16. 
Bernhard. Otto. 2,695,528. CI. 74 — 217. 
Bernhardt, John V. 2.687.523. CI. 2 — 8. 
Bernhardt. Max : Sec — 

Tvleinlein. Fritz, nnd Bernhnrdt. 2.686 .".36 
Bernhardt. Rudolph. Chicago. 111. Rotnt.-ible table caster. 

2.672,741. Mar. 23. 
Bernhart. Finn W. ; See — 

Tomarelli. Rudolph M., Hassinen, Durbin. and Bern- 
h.irt. 2,607,663. 



Hernier, Gurnard, and Kleen. 



Barge tipple. 



Bernier. Jean : .See - - 
Warnecke, Robert, 
2,687,777. 
Bernier, Jean, to Conipagnie Generale de Telegraphle Sans 

Fil. 2.6H8.106, CI. 315-3. 
Bernltz, Leo. 2,684,090, CI. 144 — 2. 
Berno, Edward II., Plymouth, and E. J. Balluflf, Furming- 

ton, Mich. Brake. 2,666,504, Jan. 19. 
Bernot, Lucien, to Soci^tfi Anonyme dite : Societe des Piles 

Wonder. 2,696,514, CI. 136 — 133. 
Bcrnoiskv. Gi'orge A. : See — 

Levy, Joseph, and Bernotsky. 2.683,583. 
Bernstein. Abraham, assignee : See — 

Greenhaus. Albert. 
Bernstein. .lack: s<c-- 

Shaw. Elliott N.. and Bernstein. 2.686,786. 
Bernstein, Joseph R. 2.6,89.417, CI. .36 — .59. 
Bernstein, Maurice H. 2.674,410. C. 23.5 — 88. 
Bernstein, Nahum A., assignee : See — 
Zep(>lovitch, Nathan. 
Zepelovitch, Nathan. 2,678,762. 
Bernstein. Robert L. : See — 

Zussman, Ilvnian W., and Bernstein, 
Bernstein, Samuel .M. 2.676,530. CI. 98—116. 
Bernstein. Seymour, and R. .M. Antonucci. Pearl River, and 
M. D. Holler. Monse.v, assignors to .\merican Cyanamid 
Companv. .Vew York, N. Y. Preparing A*-pregnenes. 
2.666.069. Jan. 12. 
Bernsti'in, Sevmour. and M. D. Heller, to American Cyan- 
amid Co. 2.688.029, CI. 260 — 397.2. 
Berntsen, Harry I. : See— 

Schrader, Robert J., Young, and Berntsen. 
Berres. Carl : See — 

Miiller. Werner, and Berres. 2,695,289. 
Berrett, Malcolm E. : See — 

Mathes. Robert H.. Hiller. and Berrett. 2.692.814. 
Berriman. Edward W.. Tampa. Fla. Manufacturing 
cigars ,ind preformed fillers therefor. 2,669,996, Feb. 23. 
Berry Bernard C. to The Allen-Sherman-Hoff Co. 

2.693.775. CI. 110 — 165. 
Berry, Clifford B.. Altadena, assignor to Consolidated Engi- 
neering Corporation, Pasadena, Calif, Ion source. 
2.672.560, Mar. 16. 
Berry, Clifford E.. assignor to Consolidated Engineering 
2,676,264, CI. 250 — 41.9. 
E.. assignor to Consolidated Engineering 
2.080.812. CI. 250 — 11.9. 
E., to Consolidated Engineering Corp. 
250—41.9. 

E., to Consolidated Engineering Corp. 
^1.9. 

to Consolidated 
U.9. 



Corporation. 
Berry. Clifford 

Corporation, 
Berry. Clifford 

2.691.107. CI. 
Berry. Clifford 

2.691.108, CI. 250- 
Berrv. Clifford E.. 

2,694,151, CI. 250- 



Engineering Corp. 



Berry. Clifford E., and C. F. Robinson, to Consolidated 
Engineering Corp. 2,688.088. CI. 2,50 — 41.9. 

Berry, Earl E., Dayton, Ohio. Indexing valve. 2.666,450, 
.Tan. 19. 

Berry, Frank, assignor to Oliver Iron and Steel Corpora- 
tion. 2,676.462. CI. 60—52. 

Berrv. Frank, to Oliver Iron and Steel Corp. 2,694,978, 
Cl! 103—4. 

Berry. Frant. to .Oliver Iron and Steel Corp. 2,697,912, 
CI. 60—53, 

Berry Geoffrey : See — 

Limon. Walter. Kamper. and Berry. 

Berry, Harry O, : See — 

Robinson, Holly K., and Berry. 2,691,311. 

Berry, Herbert C. 2,675,290, CI. 312 — 244. 

Berrv. Jack H. : See — 

McClellan, Marcus B.. Zollars, and Berry. 2,695,816. 

Berry. John C. 2.696,295, CI, 206—79. 

Berrv. Kenneth L., to E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. 
2.692.887. CI. 260 — 448.2. 

Berrv. Kenneth L.. and P. L. Salzberg. to E. I. du Pont 
de" Nemours & Co. 2.692.868. CI. 260-41 . 

Berry Milking System, assignee : See — 
Hemminger. Roger S, 2.680.445. 

Berrv. Robert 1., Chicago, 111. Conveyer. 2.669,343. 
Feb. 16. 

Berry. Theodore M., assignor to General Electric Com- 
pany. 2,679,620, CI. 318 — 19. 

Berrv, Theodore M., and G. R. Fawkes. Jr, assignors to 
General Electric Company. 2,675,471, CI. 250 — 27. 

Berry. Verne H. : See — 

Hulswit. William H.. Jr.. Briscoe, and Berry. 

Berry. William; C, R. Oswin. and J. Boyd, to British 
Cellophane Ltd. 2,684,919. CI. 117—76. 

Berscheit. Ernest J.. Grey Eagle, Minn, .\nimal restrain- 
ing device. 2.672.123. Mar. 16. 

Berstecher. Carl. 2.693.066. CI. 51—254, 

Berstler. Francis E.. % to C. V. Hoke and if) to E. O. 
Brubaker. 2,685.872. CI. 123—169. 

Bersworth. Frederick C. Verona. N. J. Metal ion chelat- 
ing compounds consisting of monophenyl polyalkylene 
polvamino polvcarboxylic acids and salts. Re, 23.766. 
Jnii. 12. 

Bersworth, Frederick C. Verona. N. J. Hydroxy-aromatic 
alkylene di-imino di-aeetic acids and salts. Re. 23.767. 
Jan. 12, 

P.ersworth. Frederick C. Re. 23.904. CI. 260— 51 S, 

Bersworth. Frederick C. Re. 23.905. CI. 260—518. 

Bersworth. Frederick C. Framingham Center. Mass. Poly- 
alkylene polyamino acids, 2,673.213. Mar, 23. 



I.isr OF TATIONTKICS 



51 



Berswortli. Frederick C Fraininglmin Center, and A. E. 

Frost. Marlborouiili. Mass.. said Frost asslBnor to said 

Itorsworth. Polvlivdroxyamino iicid conipounds. 

2.(!7.S.214. Mar. 23. 
Iterswonh. Kn-dtMick C.. and A. K. Marlpll : .said XIartell 

assor. to said Hcrsworlli. 2.(580.707, CI. 2(!0 42!». 
Hert. WVslev .1. 2.(;!>.'?.2.'>2. CI. 188—4. 
Bertelo. I-udwiK. 2.""i7ii.51t«. CI. 88 — 57. 
BertolP. Ludwig. 2.687.00)4. 01. 88 — 57. 
Bertelsen. Arthur E.. to Chrysler Corp. 2.692.793. CI. 

296 — 44. 
Berterottiere. Ren^. to Compafmie Generale de Telegraphie 

San.s Fil. 2,682,011. tn. 315— 6. 
Derthol, Gust A.. Chicago, assignor to Jefferson Electric 

Conipaiiv, Bcllwood. III. Thermal time lag fuse. 

2.667.551. .Tan. 26. 
Berthicz. Charles W., La Cote Bizy Vernon, France. 

Mounting of rotating horizontal tables in machine tools. 

2.666.307. .Tan. 19. 
Berthiez. Charles W., Bizy Vernon, assignor to Societe 

Anonvme dito : .Societe Nouvelle de Con.struction de 

Machines-Outils et d'Outillage Precedes C. \V. B., Paris. 

France. Selecting device for controlling machines or 

apparatus members. 2.069,214, Feb, 16. 
Berthiez, Charles \V. 2,674.925, CI, 90—14, 
Berthiez, Charles W. 2,075,419. CI. 174 — 05. 
Berthiez. Charles W, 2,677.284, CI. 74 — 471. 
Berthiez. Charles \V. 2,682,098, CI. 29 — 40. 
Berthiez. Charles W., to Soci^t^ Nouvelle de Construction 

de Machines-Outils et d'Outillage, Proe6d^s C. W. B, 

2,082,808, CI, 90 — 11. 
Berthiez, Charles W.. to Societe Anonyme dite : Societe 

Nouvelle do Construction de Machines Outils et d'Outll- 

lages Proc6d6s C. W. B. 2,685,122, CI. 29 — 26. 
Berthiez. Charles W. 2,685,660. CI. 318 — 158. 
Berthoud & Cie, assignee : See — 

Schiitz. Kurt. 2.678.238. 
Bertin. Jean H., assignor to Societe Nationale d'Etude et 

de Construction de Moteurs d'Avlation, Paris, France, 

Power plant, including a gas engine and turbine. 

2,670,593, Mar. 2. 

F. G. Paris, assignors to Societe 

et de Construction de Moteurs 

France. Aerodynamic valve. 



Hoffer, to The Eagle-Picher 



States of -Vmerica as rep- 
the Navy. 2.693,534, CI. 



.\wning with movable 



2.078.879. 
2,078.880. 
Chambers 



and 
Lim- 

and 



Bertin. Jean H.. and 

Nationale d'Etude 

d'Aviation, Paris, 

2,670,011. Feb, 23, 
Bertleff, William, and L. E 

Co. 2.691,797. CI. 18—19. 
Bertram, Sidney, to the United 

resented bv the Secretary of 

250—27 
Bertram, William C, St. Louis, Mo. 

louvers. 2.066,237. .Tan. 19. 
Bertsch. Joseph F., and G. W. Jackson, to General Motors 

Corp, 2.692,661. CI, 188—129. 
Bertschy, Meinrad : Sec — 

Nilesch, Johannes. Bertschy, and Galeazzi. 

NOesch. Johannes, Bertschy, and Galeazzi, 

Berwick, Albert G. and W. R., to Gaskell & 

Ltd. 2,689,671. CI, 222—416. 
Berwick, William R. : See — 

Berwick, Albert G. and W. R. 2,689.671. 
Berz. Max : See — 

Engler. Otto. 2,689,689. 
Besag. Ernst, deceased (by M. Besag. executrix), 

T. D. G. Wintle. assignors to J. A, Crabtree & Co. 

ited. 2,078,981, CI. 200 — 116, 
Besag. Ernst, deceased (bv M. Besag, executrix). 

T. D, G. Wintle, to J. A. Crabtree & Co. Ltd, 2,688.674, 

CI, 200 — 113. 
Besag, Marta, executrix : See — 

Besag, Ernst, and Wintle. 2.678,981. 
Besag, Ernst, and Wintle. 2,688,674. 
Besal. Joseph A. : See — 

Yonnefelt. Thomas T.. and Ee.sal. 2.675.930. 
Besch. Edmund S,, Orchard Park, N. Y. Sportsman's seat. 

2,664.939. Jan. 5. 
Bescl. Joseph. Brooklyn. N. Y. Safety control device for 

heating burners. 2.609.298, Feb. 10. 
Bescocca. Luis. 2,078,362. CI. 200 — ^113. 
Be.seler. Herman F., Minneapolis. Minn. Clothesline sup- 
port. 2,672,242. Mar. 10. 
Besler Corp. : See — 

Price, Nathan C. 2.695.131. 
Besler. William J., Piedmont, Calif. Mechanical fog gen- 
erator, 2,007.4.")9, Jan. 20. 
Bess. Leon, assignor, by mesne assignments, to the United 

States of America as represented by the Secretary of 

the Navy. 2,077,700. Ci. 250 — 27. 
Bess. Leon, to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of the Navv. 2.688,078, CI. 

250 — 27. 
Besse. Carl H.. 42V2% to T. S. MeCartv, 10% to .T. G. 
Henderson, and 5% to C. H. McHugli. 2,690.808 CI. 

106—176. 
Besse. Victor E,, and R. C. Estes. 2,690,636, CI, 50 — 25.4. 
Bessen. Inc. : See — 

Kramer, Allan, and Bessesen. 2.687.137 
Besser. Jesse H., to Besser Mfg. Co. 2.692.418. CI. 25 — 1. 
Besser Mfg. Co. : See — 

Besser, Jesse H. 2,692,418. 



2, 687,1, 'a. 
'Elect ro-.Mecaniiiue lie 

de I'Aveyron. 

A. 2,681,224, 

S. A. 



Besserer, Carl W., Jr., a.^signor to the United .States of 
America as represented bv the Secretary of the Navy. 
2,(;80,10;5. CI. 200—8, 

I'.essesen, Henr.v A. : See — 

Kramer. Allan, and liesscscn, 

Bessi^re, Pierre E., to Society 

I'Aveyron," S. A. 2.683,229, CI. 310—93. 

Bessi&re, Pierre E., to Electro-Mecanique 
2.0S5,6.")9. CI, 310—93. 

Bessire. Henri, to I'roduits Perfedone S, 
CI. 271—2,3. 

Bessire, Jean-Jacque.*!. to Produits Perfectone 
2,697,756, CI. 170-100.2. 

Besson. Raoul P., Paris, France. Current amplifying gas- 
tilled triode under continuous grid control. 2,671,826, 
Mar. 0. 

Best, Albert M., assignor to Sperry Corporation, New Hol- 
land. Pa. Livestock feeder. 2,665,015, Jan. 5. 

Best, Albert M,. assignor to The Sperry Corporation. 
2.679,921. CI, 198—104. 

Best. Chris K., l'"ranklin Township, Summit County, as- 
signor to The Firestone Tire & Rubber Companv, Akron, 
Ohid. Heat stabilization of vinvlidene chloride resins. 
2.600.040. Jan. 12. 

Best. Chris E., to The Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. 
2.686.170. CI. 260 — 15.8. 

Best. Cleafe A.. Jackson, and L. E, Johnson, Parma, as- 
signors to Sparks-Witliington Company. Jackson, Mich. 
High and low volume horn, 2,670,467, 

Best. Daniel A. : Scr — 

Smith. Charles G., and Best. 

Best. David M. : Sec — 

Clavpiiol, Hobbins M.. and Best. 

Best. David M., and R. M. Claypool. 
166 — 161. 



Feb. 23. 



2,688,370, a. 



Best, Edward V, : See — 

Best. Frank C. and E. V. 
Best Foods, Inc.. The. assignee : See — 

Gooding, Chester M,, Y'ahlteich. and Neal. 
Best, Frank C, and E. V., Royal Oak, Mich, Fluid oper- 
ated motor, 2,008,520, Feb. 9. 
Best. John H,, & Sons, Inc. : See — 

Best, Leon H. 2,692.687. 
Best, Leon H., to John H. Best & Sons, Inc. 2,692.687, 

CI. 211 — 45. 
Best, Nolan R. : See — 

Krause. Ernst H„ Rosen, and Best. 2,679,041. 
Best. Peter .V. : Sec — 

Faulk. Donald P., and Best. 2,689.899. 
Best. Ralph T, 2,682,246, CI, 114 — 53. 

Best, Richard L,, to the United States of America as rep- 
resented by the Secretary of the Navy. 2,683,212, CI. 
2.50 — 13, 
Best, Stanlev G.. to United Aircraft Corp. 2,694.290, 

CI. 00—39.28. 
Best, William L., Perrv, Ga. Receptacle attachment for 

spray guns. 2.670.882, Mar. 2. 
Beste. George W',, Baton Rouge, La., assignor to Ethyl 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Casting sodium-lead al- 
loys. 2,664,005, Jan. 5, 

to Allen B. 
250—27. 



Beste, Harold B.. assignor 
tories, Iiic, 2.080,800. CI 
Beta Trust, assignee : See- 
Luckhardt, Johannes, 
Luckhardt, Johannes. 
Luekhardt. Johannes. 
Bethe. Eugene J., and F. H 
ber Co, 2,691,189, CI. 18 



Du Mont Labora- 



2,079,284. 
2,679,285. 
2,679,286. 

Dutoi, to United States 

38. 



Rub- 



Bethe. Eugene J., and F. H. Dutoi, to United States Rub- 
ber Co. 2.091.190, CI. 18—39. 
Bethea, Charles F., assignor to Phillips Petroleum Com- 
pany. 2.076.909, CI, 190—5.5. 
Bethea, Charles F.. to Phillips Petroleum Co. 2,685.560. 

CI. 196 — 55. 
Bethea. Charles F., to Phillips Petroleum Co, 2,691,009, 

CI. 260—96.5, 
Bethea, Jasper D., Silver Creek, assignor of one-third 
to W. R, Bethea, Jackson, and one-third to C, E, Hill, 
Silver Creek, Miss, Automatic portable sawmill. 
2,664,928, Jan. 5. 
Bethea, Sam R., to Standard Oil Development Co. 

2.081.374. CI. 200 — 683.15. 
Bethea, William R., assignee : See — 

Bethea. Jasper D. 
Bethlehem Steel Co. : See — 

Anderson. Arvid E. 2.690,259. 
Barnes. Roger R. 2.697.0.50. 

Doughert.v, Robert S, A., Chamberlin, and Nieiiian. 
Epstein. Samuel, and Cutler. 
Epstein, Samuel, and Haupt. 2.094.027. 
Hixson. Arthur N.. and Horst, 2.697.050, 
Hopwood, Charles E., and Winkler. 2.074.941. 
Mahood. George P. 2.090.316. 
Miller, Raymond E, 2.686,026. 
Nieman, Henrv W. 2,094.313, 
Nieman. Henrv W., and Jlaish. 2,092.003. 
Ward, Clemson H,, and Young. 2,695,515. 
White. William B. 
Wick, Richard M, 2.683,687. 
Bethlehem Supplv Company, assignee : See — 

Davidson, Harvey E,. and Eaton. 2,670.788. 
Bethune. George R,, Jr., and H. A. Green, Sr.. to The 
Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. 2,682,096, CI. 28—71,3. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 19.j4 



Hethune, James N. 2.676,470. CI. 70—181. 
Belsold. Louis C. 2.075. (i»4. CI. 72—39. 
Bettendorf Bakery Equipment Co. : See — 

Hill. Gordon, and Bennett. 2,687,819. 
Bettendorf Co., The: See — 

Hill. Gordon, and Jensen. 2.080.940. 
Kottniaun. Arthur A., and Bauer. 
Better Boxes, Inc. : See — 

KilUan, George P., and Kilian. 2,681.495. 
Better Packajies Incorporated, assiKnee : See — 
Krueger. Tlieodore H. 2.074,975. 
Krueger. Theodore H. 2.075,077. 
Bettes, George B.. to Eastman Oil Well Survey Co. 

2,088,463, CI. 255—1.6. 
Bettes. Richard S., Jr., to Standard Oil Co. 2,090,050, CI. 

25-110. 
Bettes, Richard S., Jr., to Standard Oil Co. 2,697,247, 

CI. 18—1. 
Bettes, Richard S.. Jr.. V. Keenan. Jr.. and A. P. Radkins, 

to Standard Oil Co. 2,697,249, CI. 18 — 4. 
Bettis, Alva : See — 

BricUlev. James L. 2,692,734. 
Bettison, David C. : See — 

Keaton, Frank H., and Bettison. 2,682,442. 
Bettison. David C. 2,680.668, CI. 267—1. 
Bettmann, Ernest H., and J. T. Basseches. 2,696,682, CI. 

36—8.5. 
Bettoli. Phillip S. : See — 

Eckert. Clarence R., and BettoU. 2,683,090. 
Betts. Fred K., Ill, Harrisonburg. Va. Attachment for 

vibratory screens. 2,070,079, Feb. 23. 
Betts. Joseph L., Jr. : See — 

McCracken. Edward A., and Betts. 2,676.951. 
Betz, Glen R., to General Motors Corp. 2,090,920, CI. 

294 — 82. 
Betzel, A. B., Jr., assignee : See — • 

Uttz, William A. 
Betzel, Charles A., assignee : See — 

Uttz, William A. 
Betzel Specialty Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 

Uttz, William A. 
Betzel, William A., assignee : See — 

Uttz, William A. 
Betzer. Clovfi L.. assignor to General Motors Corporation. 

2,675.805. CI. 158—4. 
Beu, Eric R.. Albion, N. Y. Recovering esters and other 

volatile components. 2,666,707, Jan. 19. 
Beuer. Frederick G. : Sre — 

Cloody, Frederick W.. and Beuer. 2,687.266. 
Beusch, Andrew, Erie. Pa. Combined angle plate and 

clamping device. 2,671.366, Mar. 9. 
Beuscher, William B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Appliance Engineering Co.. Kansas City, Mo. Wringer 
head for washing machines. 2,609,110, Feb. 16. 
Beute, George W.. to The Babcock & Wilcox Co. 2,687,708. 

Ql 2 22 333. 

Beutel. Ralph H., assignor to Merck & Co., Inc. 

2,675.379, CI. 260—239.7. 
Beveridge. Catherine R. : See — 

Burage. Leslie J., and Beveridge. 2,674,509. 
Beveridge. Harold N.. and J. J. Staller, to Raytheon Mfg. 

Co. 2,685.067. CI. 333—30. 
Beveridge. John C., assignor to International Standard 

Electric Corporation. 2.077,879. CI. 29 — 203. 
Beverly, Nelson E., Williston Park, assignor to The 
Sperry Corporation, Great Neck, N. Y. Method and 
apparatus for measuring the frequency response of 
translating devices. 2,671,198, Mar. 2. 
Bevilacqua, Frank : Ser — 

Goertz. Raymond C, and Bevilacqua. 2,689,318. 
Bevins, James E. : See — 

Hazen. Edward J., and Bevins. 2,697.327. 
Bevins. James E.. Ramsey, assignor to Bendix Aviation 
Corporation, Teterboro, N. J. Load sensitive fuel gover- 
nor for gas turbines. 2.671,860. Mar. 9. 
Bevins, James E., to Bendix Aviation Corp. 2,697,348, 

Ql 73 XXS 

Bevis, William A., assignor to C. A. V. Limited. 2,078,211, 

CI. 268—65. 
Bewick. Howard A., to Allied Chemical & Dye Corp. 

2,692,818. CI. 23—219. 
Bewley, Thomas : See — 

Bellringer, Frederick J., Bewlev, and Stanley. 
2,091,037. 
Beyer, Arthur J. 2.675.724. CI. 81 — 72. 
Beyer, Frank A., Jr., and B. Adamson, to Halliburton Oil 

Well Cementing Co. 2.689,007, CI. 164 — 0.5. 
Beyer, Frederick W.. assignor to National Stamping Com- 

pan.v. 2.677,851, CI. 16—86. 
Beyer. George L.. Jr. : See — 

Shepard, Ward, Jr., Serrell, Beyer, and Robertson. 
2.080.609. 

Beyer, John H., to United States Pipe and Foundry Co. 

2,689.407, CI. 33—147. 
Beyer, Walter E. 2,696,058, CI. 40—132. 
Beyer, Walter O. 2.693,378. CI. 285—163. 
Beyerman. Hugo C, and W. L. C. Veer, to Organon. Inc. 

2.692,898, CI. 260—591. 
Beyermann, Otto K. : See — 

Ochel. Willy G., Beyermann, and Gehrmann. 
2.670,752. 
Beyerstedt, Ralph L., to The Frank Q. Hough Co. 

2,690,848, CI. 214—131. 



2,676,813, CI. 280—11.35. 
I., to Armstrong Cork Co. 



Beyl. Jean J. A. 
Bezman, Irving 

CI. 117—76. 
B'hend, Louise J. : See — 

Bhend, Otto. 2,679,911. 
Bhend, Otto, by decree of distribution to L. J. B'hend. 

2.079,911, CI. 189—20. 
Blch, Marcel, and L. Chavane, assignors 

ments MacGregor-Coraarain. 2,674,907, 
Bicbsel, Harry J. : See — 

Steincrt, Emil F., Biehsel, and Rebuffoni. 
Bick. John D.. .assignor to Radio Corporation of America. 

2.080.198, CI. 2.50—30. 
Bickel, Arthur J., assigpor, by mesne assignments, to 

Spci'dogiui)h, Inc., Chicago, 111. Bookkeeping device. 



to 
CI. 



2,096.447, 



Etablisse- 
114 — 202. 



2.005,924, Jan. i: 
Bickell, Stanley F., F. 
2,083,319, CI. 38—61. 



Cotterell, and H. E. Jackson. 



Blckerstaff, Inc. : ,See- 

Bickerstaflf, Lindsay N. 

Bickerstaft, Lindsay N., to Blckerstaff, Inc. 2,681,741, 
CI. 214 — 655. 

Bickford Bro.'s Co. : See — • 

Laylon, Harry L. 2,094,760. 
Rouse, George H., and Laylon. 

Bickford, Charles A., to Gilbert & Barker Mfg. Co. 
2.693.202. CI. 137—025.31. 

Bickford. Reginald G., to Research Corp. 2,690,178, 
CI. 128—213. 

Bickford. William G. : See — 

Pack. Frank C. Moore, and Bickford. 2.685,597. 

Blckley, Everett H., Pen Valley, Pa. Scanning mechanism 
for color sorting machines. 2,665,388, Jan. 5. 

Bickley, Everett H. 2.675,488, CI. 250—209. 

Biekley. Everett H. 2.088,099, CI. 250—237. 

Bickley, Everett H. 2,693.197. CI. 137—232. 

Bickoff, Emanuel M., to the United States of America as 
represented by the Secretary of Agriculture. 2,686,124, 

Ql 99 8. 

Bidaud. Auguste F., assignor to Societe des Usines 
Chimiques Rhone-Poulenc. 2,677,658, CI. 252 — 28. 

Biddison, John M., assignor to H. W. Moore. Dayton, Ohio. 
.Vrniature winding machine. 2,670,145, Feb. 23. 

Biddle, James G., Co. -.See — 

Dyner, Benjamin L. 2,681,588. 

Biddulph. Bulon S., and K. H. Davis, to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Inc. 2.085.015, CI. 179 — 1. 

Bidwell. Joseph B.. assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion. 2,075.701, Cl. 73—141. 

Biederman. Edward G. : See — 

Day. Harry E., and Biederman. 2,083,200. 

Biefeld, Lawrence P., to Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corp. 
2.083,097, Cl. 117-70. 

Biefeld. Lawrence P.. Granville, and J. P. Stalego, Newark, 
assignors to Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation, 
Toledo, Ohio. Sized strands and making same. 
2.071,744. Mar. 9. 

Biefeld, Lawrence P., Granville, and A. R. Morrison. 
Newark, assignors to Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corpora- 
tion, Toledo, Ohio. Producing vapor permeable fluid 
impermeable fabric and product. 2.673,823, Mar. 30. 

Biefeld, Lawrence P., Granville, and A. R. Morrison, 
Newark, assignors to Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corpora- 
tion. Toledo, Ohio. Producing vapor permeable fluid re- 
pellent fabrics. 2.073,824. Mar. 30. 

Biefeld. Lawrence P., Granville, and A. R. Morrison. 
Newark, assignors to Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corpora- 
tion, Toledo. Ohio. Manufacturing vapor permeable 
fluid repellent fabrics. 2,073,825, Mar. 30. 

Bieg, John H.. assignor to Automatic Electric Labora- 
tories. Inc.. Chicago, HI. Method of and apparatus for 
winding coils in pairs with a continuous strand of wire. 
2,606,592, Jan. 19. 

Biegert. George, assignor to Mergenthaler Linotype Com- 
panv. 2,677.313, Cl. 90—33. 

Biegler, John R. 2.674,501, Cl. 306—7. 

Biehn. Gerald L. : See — 

Ditzler, John L., and Biehn. 

Biek, George. 2,689,369. Cl. 15—245. 

Bielawski, Mitchell S. : See — 

Mavlty. Julian M.. and Bielawski. 2.692.241. 

Bielawski, Mitchell S.. and J. M. Mavity, to Universal Oil 
Products Co. 2,092.242. Cl. 252 — 435. 

Bielawski, Mitchell S., and J. M. Mavity, to Universal Oil 
Products Co. 2.694,048. Cl. 252 — 135. 

Bielefeld, Victor H. 2,675,781, Cl. 119 — 20. 

Bieling, Fritz, to Siemens-Schuckertwerke Aktiengesell- 
schaft. 2,084,430, Cl. 219—37. 

Bielinski, Leo S. 2,698,431, Cl. 340 — 345. 

Biello, Stephen J. : See — 

Mason, Walker, and Biello. 2,693.146. 

Blenenfeld, Arthur, and H. L. Hurwitz. 2,677,990, CI. 
88—73. 

Bienert, Berthold : See — 

Baumann, Fritz, Bienert. and Rosch. 2.683,643. 

Bienfait, Louis A. J.. Eaubonne, and G. L. Dupuich, Gare 
de Serqueux, France. Apparatus for checking the gauge 
of railway tracks. 2,672,694, Mar. 23. 

Bienias. Fred J. : See — 

Kurtzon. George B.. and Bienias. 2.692.802. 

Bier, Gerhard, to Farbwerke Hoechst Aktiengesellschaft 
vormals Meister Lucius und Bruning. 2,689,836, Cl. 
260—30.6. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Blerer, Joseph. 2.682,132, CI. CI — 45. 

IMerlein. Carl A. : See— 

Junce, Clarence W,. and Bierlein. 2,f>0(>,807. 

IMerly, Lester A., Chautauqua, N. Y., assignor to Presque 
Isle Laboratories and MaimfaoturiiiK, Ino.. Krio, I'n. 
Self-extlnguUhlng asphalt composition. 2,007,425, Jan. 
20. 

Bierly, Lester A.. Silver Springs, Pla., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Diamond Allxali Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Flame resistant compositions. 2.069.521, 
Feb. 10. 

Bierman, William. 2,074,242, CI. 128—25. 

Uierman, William. 2.090.206, CI. 128 — 25. 

Biemiann, David, assignor of one-half to Hartzell In- 
dustries, Inc., Piqua, Ohio. Fluid mixing valve. 
2,670,901, Mar. 2. 

Biemiann. David, to Hartzell Industries, Inc. 2.094,459. 
CI. 170—100.10. 

Biemiann. William A., and R. W. 'Sloane, Milwaukee, Wis., 
;is.><ii;nors to A P Controls Corporation. Liquid flow 
control. 2.070.005. Feb. 23. 

liiesemeyer, Arthur E., assignor to New Process Gear Cor- 
poration. Syracuse, N. Y. Rotary shuttle for sewing 
machines. 2.073,541, Mar. 30. 

Biesemeyer. Arthur E., and C. F. Dolan, assignors to New 
Process Gear Corporation. 2,079,220, CI. 112 — 215. 

Mifano. Natale J. : See — 

DeardorfT. Clinton E.. Elder, and Bifano. 

Bigelow. Harry K. 2,674,309, CI. 164 — 38. 

Bigelow-Liptnk Corp. : See — 
Banck, Robert A. 
Sampson, Richard E. 2,694,370. 
Sampson, Richard E. 2,694,371. 

Bigelow, Roy S., to Goodman Mfg. Co. 2,691,503. CI. 
248—354. 

Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Co.. Inc. : See — 
Dildilian. Ara T. 2.692.842. 
Parlin, David B. 2.C85.894. 
Reinhardt, Henry A., and Moody. 2,676.384. 
Biggert. Florence C. Jr.. assignor to United Engineering 
& Foundry Company. Pittsburgh. Pa. Control system 
for hydraulic presses. 2.660,292, Jan. 19. 
Biggie, Laurence C, assignor to General Controls Co. 

2,674,255, Cl. 137—66. 
Biggie. Laurence C, assignor to General Controls Co. 

2,677,004. Cl. 136 — 4. 
Biggie, Laurence C. assignor to General Controls Co. 

2,677,712. Cl. 136—4. 
Biggs, Glenn C. : See— 

Geiselman. Ralph A., and Biggs. 
Biginelli. Oreste F. A. 2.675,124, Cl. 207 — G. 
Bigio, Albert. 2.692.658. Cl. 188—5. 
Bigio, Albert. 2.693.923. Cl. 244 — 140. 
Bigler. Benjamin J. 2.692.467. Cl 56 — 33. 
Bigler, Joseph G. : See — 

Bigler, William P. and J. G. 
Bigler. Max, assignor to Viewmaster Corp. 2,677,129, 

Cl. 2—10. 
Bigler. Robert R.. assignor to Radio Corporation of 

America 2.676.275. Cl 310 — 8.9. 
Bigler. William P.. Gates Mills, and J. G. Bigler, Wil- 
loughby. Ohio. Flexible flight for chain convevers 
2.667,263, Jan. 26. 
Bigner. Ray : See — 

Hood. Myron E. 2.696.217. 
Bigwood, JSahua. and Son Limited, assignee : See — 

Tinley, Ernest L.. and Driver. 
Bihaly, Lajos. 2,684.651. Cl. 112 — 204. 
Bihler. Roger, to Victoria Vogue, Inc. 2,692,221 Cl 

154 — 117. 
Bihler. Roger, to Victoria Vogue, Inc. 2,697,471. Cl. 

154 — 1.6. 
Bihler, Walter G. 2,692,052, Cl. 210—57. 
Bijold. Eugene J. 2.681.098. Cl. 155 — 15, 
Bikini Blanket Co.. Inc. : See — 
Sullivan. Ray E. 2.083,870. 
Bilane, Roland B. : See — 

Schwartz, Morris A., and Bilane. 2,691,517. 

D., to Akneoolaget Elektrolux. 2,687,029, 



D.. K. E. Hjelni. and R. B. J. Hultberg. 
Aktiebolaget Elektrolux. 2,670,088. Cl. 



Bilde, Tord B. 
Cl. 68—21. 

Bilde. Tord E. 
assignors to 
8—159. 

Bileth, Frank W. 2,684,063, Cl. 128 — 62. 

Bilhartz. Harrell L., and H. E. Greenwell. Dallas, Tex., 
assignors to The Atlantic Refining Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Holder for corrosion testing coupons. 
2 664,744, Jan. 5. 

Bilhartz, Harrell L., and H. E. Greenwell, assignors to 
The Atlantic Refining Company. 2.674,756, Cl. 
1.5—104.06. 

Bill Jack Scientific Instrument Company, assignee : See — 
Phillips. Richard L. 2,677,800. 

Bill. Theodore R. 2.690,269, Cl. 214 — 390. 

Billard. Harold W., and E. C. Brundage, to Western Elec- 
tric Co.. Inc. 2.086.829. Cl. 178 — 1. 

Billeter, Henry R., Highland Park, assignor to Ammco 
Tools, Inc., Nortli Chicago, III. Connecting rod align- 
ment gauge. 2,664,643, Jan. 5. 

Billeter, Henry R., to Ammco Tools, Inc. 2,691,253, Cl. 
51 — 67. 

Billeter, Jean-Ren4 : See — 

Miescher, Karl, and Billeter. 2,689,850. 



Blllett, Russell A. : Sec— 

Darin, Peter C, and Blllett. 2.093.343. 
Billetter. Ilalton A., iisslgnor to The McKay Machine 
Company. 2,675,070, Cl. 164 — 00. 

Billig, Else: See — 

Brilnlng, Fritz, Veldgen, Becker, and Billig. 2,090,907. 

Billig, Krnst : See — 

BrUning. Fritz, Veldgen, Becker, and Billig. 2,090,907. 

Billig, Ralph B. : See— 

Ziskin, Manuel S., and Billig. 

Billing, Joseph : See — 

Hawkes, John A., and Billing. 2,686,102. 

Billings, Harry P. 2,692.780. Cl. 281 — 42. 

Billings. Orman B., Wilmington, Del., and W. R. RemlBg- 
ton, Carneys Point, N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Half-chromed 
azo dye. 2,671.081, Mar. 2. 

Billings, Roy O., Milwaukee, Wis. Apparatus for han- 
dling automobiles. 2.667.983, Feb. 2. 

Billings, William A., and Z. Brzozowski. to International 
Standard Electric Corp. 2,696.227. Cl. 140 — 112. 

Billner. Karl P., I'hiladelphia. Pa., assignor to Vacuum 
Concrete, Inc. Molding apparatus. 2,071,940, Mar. 16. 

Billner, Karl P., to Vacuum Concrete, Inc. 2,688,175, Cl. 
25—154. 

Bills, John L.. assignor to Union Oil Company of Cali- 
fornia. 2,679,544, Cl. 260—079. 

Bills, John L., to Union Oil Co. of California. 2,084,390, 
Cl. 200-679. 

Bills, John L.. to Union Oil Co. of California. 2,698.349, 
Cl. 260—679. 

Bills. Philip H.. J. A. Logan, and T. J. Mesh, to Gilbert & 
Barker Mfg. Co. 2,681,695, Cl. 158 — 76. 

Bills, Philip H., and A. L. Gris6, to Gilbert & Barker Mfg. 
Co. 2,682.353, Cl. 222—23. 

Bilodeau, Joseph J. : See — 

Cleveland. Charles H.. and Biloudeau. 2.689,504. 

Bilsky. Samuel, Flint, Mich. Rotary fluid pump. 
2,672,098, Mar. 16. 

Bilv, Peter J., to Chicksan Co. 2.697,006. €1. 299—55. 

Bily, Peter J., to Chiksan Co. 2.698,192. Cl. 285—97.3. 

Bimberg, Elmer M., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Governor. 
2.669,229. Feb. 16. 

Bimberg, Elmer M., assignor to Bendix Aviation Corpora- 
tion. 2.676.004, n. 201 — 41. 

Binda, Frederick J., assignor to Polaroid Corporation. 
2,674,159, Cl. 88-05. 

Binder, August E.. Jr., to General Electric Co. 2,092.209, 
Cl. 117—10. 

Binder. Leo J. 2,682.127, Cl. 43—21.2. 

Binder. Richard. 2,678.120, Cl. 192—111. 

Binder. Richard, to Fichtel & Sachs A. G. 2.087,627. Cl. 
64 — 27. 

Binder, William O., to Union Carbide and Carbon Corp. 
2.684,299, Cl. 7.5— 171. 

Binder, William O., and C. R. Bishop, as.signors to Union 
Carbide and Carbon Corporation. 2,678,881, Cl. 75 — 122. 

Bindsziis. William. 2,692.457, Cl. 51 — 5. 

Bine, Herbert A., Wellesley, Mass.. assignor to Eastman 
Kodak Company. Rochester. N. Y. Film metering tape 
control system for camera film winds. 2,666,375, Jan. 
19 

Bingi Herbert A., and A. L. H. Wright, to Polaroid Corp. 
2,692.540. Cl. 95 — 75. 

Bingenheimer, Melvin : See — „^.,„ 

Drobney, Joseph A., and Bingenheimer. 2,693,516. 

Bingenheimer. Melvin, assignor to Westinghouse Electric 
Corporation. 2.677.026, Cl. 200—88. 

Binggelv. Elmer C. : See — 

Gerber, Dale C, and Binggely. 2,677,907. 
Gerber, Dale C, and Binggely. 2,678.375. 

Binggely Elmer C, Canton, as.signor to The Hoover Com- 
paSv, North Canton, Ohio. Iron rest. 2,668.379. Feb. 9. 

Binggely, Elmer C, to The Hoover Co. 2,688,408, Cl. 
211—137. 

Blngham-Herbrand Corporation, The, assignee : See — 
Hinsey, Robert S. , „ ™ 

Blngman, Frederick P., Birmingham, assignor to The B. C. 
Mahon Company, Detroit, Mich. Apparatus for ac- 
cumulating and automatically removing paint sludge. 
2,671,562, Mar. 9. 

Bingman, Frederick P., to The R. C. Mahon Co. 2.694,466. 
Cl. 183—22. 

Bingman, Lena : See — 

Orr, Madge M. 2,697,228. 

Bink, Julius H., and A. J. Evers, assignors to Reefer- 
Galler Inc., New York. N. Y. Container for vaporizable 
solid material. 2,673.120. Mar. 23. 

Blnks, Melvin J., to Republic Patent Corp. 2,684.o97. 
Cl. 74—158. 

Binns. Jack N. : See — 

Crawley. Arthur, Binns, and Duglo. 

Binns, Philin G. : See — 

Haworth, Lionel, and Binns. 2,680,634. 

Binstock, Martin H., to Westinghouse Electric Corp. 
2,694,126. Cl. 200 — 166. 

BintlifC, Chester D., and E. L. Attebery, assignors to Gulf 
Canal Lines, Inc., Houston, Tex. Loading platform. 
2,670,484, Mar. 2. 

Biordi, Albert S., Reseda, and J. M. Warner, Torrance, as- 
signors to The H. I. Thompson Company, Los Angeles, 
Calif Forming sheet metal and sheet metal formed 
thereby. 2,671.491. Mar. 9. 



54 



IXDEX OF PATENTS, V.CA 



2,694,9.37, 

Sales Co. 
2,688,176, 
Mpans for 



2,675,879. 



Biordi, Albert S., Iteseda, and J. M. Warner, Torrance, 

n.sHicnors to Tlio II. I. Tlioiiipson Comii:iny, Los Angeles, 

Ciilif. -AppniMtiis lor roriiiiii;,' slioct iiii'tal and sheet 

nit'tiil foiiiK'd lli(ii'l)y. •J.i;71, 192, Miir. 9. 
Birbauiii. I.c.sicr W., assiiyiiior l<> La I'dlc Industries, 

Inc.. OcoiKiiiiowoc, Wis. Centrifufrallv enf^ancd ehitch. 

2,(J()."..T90. Jan. 12. 
Blrbauin, I^ester W., assignor to La Belle Industries, Inc. 

2,(i78.n7. CI. 192—48. 
P.irbaum, Lester \V., assignor to La Belle Industries, Inc. 

2.078.1] 9, CI. 192 — 10.">. 
Birbauni, Lester W., to La Belle Industries, Inc. 

CI. 74 — 336. 
Birch Brothers, Inc. : See — 

Birch, ClilTord W., Jr. 2,688,176. 
Bircli, Charles K., to Lehigh Valley Coal 

2,085.480, CI, .302—36. 
Birch, Clifford W., Jr., to Birch Brothers, Inc. 

CI. 26—63. 
Birch, James E., Wolverhampton, England. 

crating or boxing bottles and for removing bottles from 

crates or boxes. 2,606,502, Jan. 19. 
Birch, James E. 2,675,119, CI. 198 — 34. 
Birch, Raymond E., and C. L. Thompson, assignors to Har- 
bison-Walker Refractories Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. 

Magnesite-chrome refractories. 2,671,732, Mar. 9. 
Birch. Thomas H.. and A. V. Nvstrom. said Nystrom as- 
signor to .said Birch. 2,675.893. CI. 188 — 195. 
Birch. Thomas H., and G. H. Koester. 2,691,989. CI. 

1 37-400. 
Birchard, Wayne E. : See — 

Fagley, Gilbert H., and Birchard. 2,682,176. 
Bircher, John R., Jr., to Battelfe Development Corp. 

2,698,286, CI. 202 — 42. 
Birchler, Robert O., and E. W. Ertner, to Western Electric 

Co., Inc. 2,696,192. CL 118—34. 
Bird, Ernest M., assignor to Premier Saf-Brake Co., Inc., 

Scranton, Pa. Adaptable safety brake system. 

2.673.483. Mar. 30. 
Bird. George W. T.. J. Dennett, and E. M. S. Wood, assign- 
ors to Societe Anonyme des Manufactures des Glaces & 

Produits Chimiques de Saint-Gobain, Chauny & Cirev. 

2.677.918. CI. 49—1. 
Bird. Richard, assienee : .S'ec — 

Middleton, William H., and Miller. 
Bird & Son. inc. : See — 

Adams, Daniel O. 2.688.209. 
Crowe, John A. 2,686,009. 
Koval, John P. 

Trepp. Samuel G. 2.696.452. 
Bird, Stanley P., Verona, assignor to Breeze Corporations. 

Inc., Newark, N. J. High attenuation shielded lead 

structure. 2.669,695. Feb. 16. 
Bird. Stanley P., to Breeze Corp., Inc. 2,696,517. CI. 

174 — 36. 
Bird. Wilmer L. : See — 

Lewis. William R.. Bird, and Page. 
Birdsboro Steel Foundry and Machine 
Peterson. Edward T. 2.677,979. 
Peterson, Edward T. 2.684,605. 
Peterson, Edward T. 2.696.131. 
Peterson, Edward T. 2.697,335. 
Birdwell, Gus O., Perryton, Tex. Vehicle hitch. 2,665,144, 

Jan. 5. 
Birdwell. Robert M. 2.688,465, CI. 255 — 20. 
Biribauer, Frank A., C. S. Carlson, and C. E. Morrell, to 

Standard Oil Development Co. 2.684.385, CI. 260 — 601 , 
Birkbeck, Guy. D. J. Tremlett. B. E. Noltingk, and E. A. 

Nepplras. assignors to Hartford National Bank and 

Trust Company, as trustee. 2.676.236. CI 219 — 26. 
Birkigt, Louis, a.ssignor to Society "Hispano-Suiza 

(Suisse)". S. A. 2,680.495. CI. 184^13. 
Birkigt. Louis, to Society "Hlspano-Suiza' 

2.692,473. CI. 57 — 102. 
Birkland. .Stellan. assignor to American 

2.675.203. CI. 249—11. 
Birkland. Stellan. assignor to American 

2.676.740, CI. 226—68. 
Birkland, Stellan, and M. W. Loveland, to American Can 

Co. 2.684.803. C1. 226 — 72. 
Birmineham Industries. Inc. : See — 

Rimiiieir. Paul. 2.680,887, 
Birmingham Tool & Gauge Company Limited, assignee : 

See — 

Tallis. Charles E. 
Birney. George A. 2.683.592, CI. 257 — 246. 
Biro. Charles B. : See — 

Biro. Michael B. and C. B. 2.698.187. 
Biro. Michael B. and C. P.. 2.698.187, CI. 
Birome Sociedad Anonima. Commercial E 

signee : See — 

Goos. Carlos F. E. 
Birr. Rudolph G,. to American Linen 

2.682.328. CI. 194 — 4. 
Birr, Rudolph G.. to American Linen Supply Co. 2.691,561. 

CI. 312—38. 

Birr. Rudolph G., to American Linen Supply Co. 2,693.321. 

CI, 242—68, 
Birtnian Electric Co, : See — 

Howard, Frank S. 

More, Philin ,T. 

.''parklin, Charles H. 

Sparklin, Charles H. 2.684.881. 

Sparklin. Charles H. 2,695,936. 



2.688,004. 
Co. : iSee — 



' (Suisse) S. A. 
Can Company, 
Can Company. 



280 — 226. 
Industrial. 



Supply Co, 



to Tide Water Asso- 
J, Substituted am- 

Associated Oil Co. 



Birum, Herbert L., Jr. : See — 

Hamniitt, .Andrew B., and Birum. 
Bi.scliofT A: Klein ; See — 

Luhrmann, Fritz, and Klein. 2,690,706. 
BischofT, Waldemar O., assignor to American Bosch 

Corporation. 2.679,804, CI. 103 — 2. 
Bishofberger. Carl J., assignor to Minneapolis-Honeywell 
Regulator Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Pump and mo- 
tor hydraulic actuator. 2,669,095, Feb. 16. 
Bishop, Arthur E. 2,682,31 1 , CI. 1 80—79.2. 
Bishop & Babcock Mfg. Co., The : See-- 

Getz, Arnstead G. 2,684,707. 
Bishop. Clare K. : See — 

Winfree, Robert N., and Bishop. 2,682,961. 
Bishop, Claude R. : See — 

Binder, William O., and Bishop. 2,678,881. 
Bishop, Cliftord P. 2,690,613, CI. 29—263. 
Bishop, G. H., Co. : See — 

Gates. Charles A. 2,687,632. 
Bishop, George P. : See — 

Musser, C. Walton, and Bishop. 2,693,645. 
Bishop, J., & Co. Platinum Works : See — 
Hlckey, (George M. 
Hickey, George M. 2,682,874. 
Hickey. George M. 2,697,438. 
Bishop, James S. 2.680.653. CI. 299—132. 
Bishop, Jerome H., Jr., and M. Engle, assignors to Western 

Lithograph Company. 2,679,928, CI. 20r — 56. 
Bishop. John J., assignor to Standard Gage Company, Inc.. 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Dial snap gauge. 2,671,272, 
Mar. 9. 
Bishop. John W.. Plainfield, assignor to Tide Water Asso- 
ciated Oil Company. Bayonne. N. J. Rust inhibiting 
composition. 2.665,995. Jan. 12. 
Bishop. John W.. Plainfield. assignor 
ciated Oil Company. Bayonne, X. 
monium salts. 2,666,0.34. Jan. 12. 
Bishop. John W,. to Tide Water 

2,695,848, CI. 106 — 14. 
Bishop. Le Roy D.. E. L. Barnett, E. K, Gentel. and H, H, 
Leman, to Armstrong Cork Co. 2,697.528. CI. 214 — 8.5. 
Bishop, Lewis H., Burlingame, and L. W. Tribbett. Santa 
Monica, assignors, by mesne assignments, to W. H. 
Mead, Oakland, Calif. Air separator for reclaiming 
abrasives from waste materials. 2,667,969, Feb. 2. 
Bishop. Nathaniel : See — 

Faeber. Harry W., and Bishop. 2,680,405, 
Bishop, Ray H,, and R. F. Hoopes. Sr. 2.688.420. CI. 

220 — 84. 
Bishop, Robert H.. Champaign. 111. Refrigerated open top 

compartment. 2.669.850, Feb. 23. 
Bishop. Roland R.. and M. Olley, to General Motors Corp. 

2.690,334, CI. 267 — 44. 
Bishop. Ronald L., assignor to Arma Corporation. 

2,677,194, CI. 33—226. 
Bishop, Ronald L., and F. L. Ryder, to American Bosch 

Arma Corp. 2.693.928. CI. 248—317. 
Bishop, Vernon L. 2,682,421, CI. 280—432. 
Bissell, Donald E., J. W.. and W. E. 2,690.896. CL 

25.5—51. 
Bissell. James W. : See — 

Bissell. Donald E., J. W.. and W. E. 
Bissell. Walter E. : See— 

Bissell. Donald E., J. W.. and W. E 

Bisset, William, to Mathews Convever Co, 2. 682. .329. CI. 

198—21. 
Bissinger, William E., to Columbia-Sontliein Chemical 

Corp. 2.692,900. a. 260—648. 
Bissman, Carl A., deceased, bv E. L, Bissman. executrix. 

2,679.447, CI. 312—338. 
Bissman, Elizabeth L., executrix : See — 

Bissman, Carl A. 2,679,447. 
Bisson. Jules H, 2.675.696. CI, 72-128. 
Bisson, Leo J, 2.681.200, C], 248—285, 
Bissot. Joseph E., to R. G. Manchester. 2.695.807. 01. 

292—341.8. 
Biswell. Charles B., to E. I. du Pont de Nemours .iml Co. 

2.696.427. CI. 44 — 63. 
Bither. Isaiah M. 2.684,647. CI, 110—16.3. 
Bitting. Robert C, Jr., assignor to Radio Corporation of 

America. 2.679,187. CI. 88—16.2. 
Bittner, Fred will. 2.686,6.59. CI, 254 — 186. 
Bitumex Limited, assignee : See — 

Shaw. Harry. 
Bituminous Coal Research Inc. : See — 

Von Stroh. Gerald F. H., and Smith. 2.690,252. 
White, Rov B. 2.689.456. 
Yellott. John I. 2.675.676, 
Bitzer. .Tack A., and E. N. Woistmann, to General Mills. 

Inc. 2.694.210. CI. 1. 5 — 119. 
Bitzer, Martin : See — 

Oishei, ,Tohn R.. and Bitzer. 2.685.776. 
Oishei. .Tohn R.. and Bitzer, 2.691.186. 
Bitzer, Martin, Kenmore, assignor to Trico Products Cor- 
poration, Buffalo, N. Y. Fluid motor valve means. 
2.670.720. Mar. 2. 
Bitzer, Martin, to Trico Products Corp. 2,683,275. CI. 

1.5—253. 
Bitzer, Robert E,. W. E. Manown. and F. W. Loy. Dayton. 
Ohio. Method and apparatus for selective sorting. 
2,672.630. Mar. 23. 
Bivans. E. L.. Inc. : See — 

Bivans. Elbert L. 2,682.209, 
Bivans, Elbert L. 2,682,210. 



2.690,896. 

2.690.896. 
2. 682. .329. 



l.isr Ol' I'A'lKN'rEES 



55 



I'.ivaiis, Inc. 



("I. 



Kivaiis. Inc. 



l*.»5S2.L'0!l 
L'.(;S2.210. CI 



assignor to Clark EiniipniPiit Coiii- 
Micli. Synchronizer. 2.0(!7.955, 



-169. 



Y. Machine lubricator. 
Sweden. Electric heat- 



r.ivans. KIIhm t I.., to K. I,. 
go 4g 

Blvans, Klbort h.. to E. I.. 

93—40. 
Bixby, Leo A.. Xiles 
panv. Buchanan, 
Feb. 2. 
Bixbv. Wallace E. 2,690.265. 01. 210 
Hixbv. Williani K. : Si-r 

Schaffert. Holnnd M.. McMaster, and Bixby. 
Bisby, William H.. to D. K. Miiidleton and S. JI. llanley 
a eopartnership d. b. a. Power Equipment Co. 2.088,721 
CI. 321—18. 
Bixler. Harlcy II. : i>J< c - 

Kinsr. Italpli E.. and Itixler. 
Bixler. Milo E., to The Hoover Co. 2,684,428. CI. 219 — 2,-) 
Riarme. Johan A. 2.(>S0,r)71. CI. 241 — 200. 
Bjerkan. .\rthur .1.. to Deere & Co. 2.fi8.').3.">r,, CI. 192—89 
Bjerre. Folniar I.. Hamburg. N. 

2.6(>4,969, Jan. 5. 
Bjoklund. Gustaf E.. Stockholm. 

inc oven. 2.672.548. Mar. 16. 
Bjork. Orville H. 2.696.704. CI. 56 — 25. 
Bjorklund. Gustaf E., and K. A. Lindblom, to Aktiebolaget 

Dentatus. 2.690.081. CI. 74 14. 

Bjorklund. Tex, Venice, Calif. Firearm trigger lock. 

2.664,658. Jan. 5. 
BJorkman, Karl A. G.. Hanimarbyhojden, assignor to 
Lumalampan Aktiebolag, Stockholm. Sweden. Auxiliary 
discharge tube for igniting, preferably on direct cur- 
rent, electric discharge tubes. 2.673.266. Mar. 23. 
Bjorksten. Johan. to Bjorksten Research Laboratories For 

Electrochemistry. Inc. 2,688.649. CI. 136 — 111. 
Bjorksten Research Laboratories For Electrochemistry, 
Inc : See — 

Bjorksten, Johan. 2,688.649. 
Bjorksten Research I^aboratories. Inc. : See — 
Eisen, John B. 2,679.546. 
Katz. Irvine. 2.694.722. 
Schulte. Frederick E. 2,679,186. 
Bjorndal. .Magnus : See — 

Mettler, George. 2.683.973. 
Blaauw. Andrew, and G. W. Findley. assignors to Dear- 
born Motors Corporation, Birmingham. Mich. Tractor 
jack. 2,667,329, Jan. 26. 
Black, Andrew R. 2,685.826, CI. 92 — 20. 
Black, Clarence S. 2.693.288. CI. 214 — 390. 
Black-Clawson Co., The : See — 
Baxter, Joseph, Jr. 
Baxter, Joseph, Jr. 
Baxter, Joseph, Jr. 
Baxter, Joseph, Jr., 
Bower. Fred C. 2.696,638. 
Bridce. .\dam E.. and Gibson. 
Fridolph, John S. 2,681,636. 
(Mbson Albert G. 
Haskell, John D. 2.681,771. 
Haskell, John D. 2,697,851. 
Hym.in. Howard D.. and Root. 
Jacobs, Robert J. 2,681,611. 
Micholson. George R. .Tr. 
Schrock, Raymond L. 2.681,610. 
Staege, Stephen A., and Pearson. 
Stark, Donald L. 2.696.766. 
W'hitp. William A.. Jr. 2.694.344. 
Black, David J., to Coates Brothers & Co. Ltd. 2,690,119, 

CI. 101—148. 
Black and Decker Manufacturing Company. The. assignee : 
See — 

Baker, James N. 
Black, Donald M.. to Monsanto Chemical Co. 2.694,0.11 

CI. 260 — 29.3. 
Black. Howard C. : See — 

Young, Harland H.. and Black. 2.682..i.")0. 
Black, Howard C. and J. H. Johnson, assignors to Swift 

& Company. 2.680.122, CI. 260 — 398.5. 
Black. Howard W. 2.6S.-),4.^6. CI. 280 — 478. 
Black, James F., and K. K. Kearbv. 
velopment Co. 2.6S2.552. CI. 260- 
Black, James J., to Trailmobile Inc. 

88. 
Black, James J., to Trailmobile. Inc. 

280 — 43?. 
Black. .Tndd H. : See — 

Warren, Horace G.. and Black. 2.678.761. 
Black, Karl H., and R. S. Winters, Muskegon. Mich. Re- 
mote meter reading attachment for inaccessible meters. 
2,671,211, Mar. 2. 
Black, Lloyd "V.. and F. V. Atkeson. to Pittsburgh Plate 

Glass Co. 2,697.676. CI. 154 — 2.73. 
Black, Marion R. 2.678.557. CI. 72 — 1.30. 
Black, Oi-man L. 2.681.502. CI. 30 — 2. 

CI. 32 — 58. 
Corbell. to Collins 



2.681.598. 
2.695.550. 
Herrick, and Javid. 



2,686,460. 



2.681,721. 



to Standard Oil De- 
449.6. 
2.081,716. CI. 189 — 



2.692.146. CI. 



2.696.049. 
and P. I. 
31.3—278. 



Radio Co. 
to General Electric Company. 



Black. Robert B 
Black. Robert ,t. 

2.685.045. CI. 
Black. Rodnev A., assignor 

2.678.418. CI. 321 — 12. 
Black, Theodore R. 2,678,718, CI. 198 — 177. 
Black, William A., and A. B. Poole, assignors to Haydon 

Manufacturing Company, Inc. 2,678,570, CI. 74 — 569. 
Blackburn. Andrew R., and R. E. Steele. Columbus. Ohio. 

Making ware by casting. 2,669,762, Feb. 23. 



lUackburn and General Aircraft Ltd. : See — 
Crocorabe, Frederick F.. and IliU. 
(Jannon. Frank .\. J.CSO.flili;. 
Hill, Geoffrey T. R., and Guppy. 
Whitworth, Kenneth A. 2.688,982. 
Blackburn, Herbert K.. to The 1-T-E Circuit Breaker 

Co. 2,685,016, CI. 201 — 67. 
Blackburn, John F.. to the United States of America as 
represented by the Secretary of the Navy. 2,091,895, 



CI. 74—1 11 

Blackburn, Luther A 
balanced walking 
2,664,764. Jan. 5. 

Blackburn. Luther A. 

Blackburn. Wavne W. 

Blackford, Donald E., 



, Eagle Rock, Calif, 
beam type oil well 



Foam pressure 
pumping jack. 



2,094.933, CI. 74 — :;7. 

2.685.307. CI. 200 — 1. 
Plymouth, assignor to Lincoln Brass 
Works, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Valve for controlling flow 
of gas to burners. 2,665,107, Jan. 5. 
Blackford. Donald E.. assignor to Lincoln Brass Works. 

Inc. 2. 678. 186. CI. 251— 105. 
Blackhawk Mfg. Co. : See — 

Foor, Wilbur M. 2,687.056. 
Blackinton, Walter T., assignor to Wayne Foundry & 

Stamping Co. 2,674,371. CI. 206—46. 
Rlackman. Bertram W., Great Neck. X. Y. Material cut- 
ting device. 2.606,123. Jan. 12. 
Blackmau. Birt G., Los Angeles. Calif., assignor to Cendix 
Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Stylus moving 
and guiding structure for electrical recorders. 2,665,905, 
Jan. 12. 
Blackman. Edward L. 2,689,766. CI. 296 — 44. 
Blackman, Glenn R.. and T. L. Putnam. 2,687,909, CI. 

288 — 20. 
Blackmon, John O., Torrance, Calif. Explosive-actuated 

harpoon. 2,667,814, Feb. 2. 
Blackraore. John S. : See — 

Ewing, Henry, and Blackmore. 2,681,036. 
Ewing, Henry, and Blackmore. 2,681.292. 
Ewing, Henry, and Blackmore. 2.681,446. 
Blackmore, Lilv J., joint executrix : See — 

Ewing. Henry, and Blackmore. 2,681,292. 
Ewing. Henry, and Blackmore. 2,081,446. 
Blackwelder Mfg. Co. : See — 

Hill, Fredrick L. 2,684,165. 
Blackwell, Edward J.. Wauwatosa. assignor to -iUis- 
Chalmers Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Double casing pump. 2,668,502, Feb. 9. 
Bladh, Elmer H. : Sec — 

Rowe. Hariv C. and Bladh. 
Blaha, Emil. Cheltenham, assignor to Selas Corporation 
of America, Philadelphia, Pa. Ceramic distributor for 
radiant gas burners. 2,609,300, Feb. 16. 
Blaine, Martin. 2,681,514, CI. 3.5 — 46. 
Blaing-Leisk. Edwin G. : See — 

Simpson. Justin, and Blaing-Leisk. 2.696.296. 
Blaing-Leisk. Edwin G., to Continental Can Co.. Inc. 

2.696.107. CI. 73 — 13. 
Blair. Allen H.. to Phillips Petroleum Co. 2,689,209. CI. 

196—52. 
Blair. Ben H.. and R. P. Bowen, to Eaton Mfg. Co. 

2,695.780, CI. 267—53. 
Blair. Charles M., Jr., to Petrolite Corp. 2,693.468. CI. 

260—256.4. 
Blair, Charles M., Jr., S. Lehmann. Jr.. and G. J. Samuel- 
son, to Petrolite Corp. 2.698.303, CI. 252—349. 
Blair, David C, Washington Township. Westmoreland 
County, and H. F. Shannon. Mount Lebanon Town- 
ship, Allegheny County, Pa., assignors to United States 
Steel Corporation. Inhibiting roll pickup in continu- 
ous annealing of steel strip. 2,671.038, Mar. 2. 
Blair David H., assignor to Western Electric Company. 

Incorporated. 2,678,782, CI. 242—140. 
Blair. George W. : See— 

Bodle. Virgil H., Blair, and Dosmann. 2.677.626. 
Blair Harry E.. to Pemco Products. Inc. 2,696,455, CI. 
167—53. ■ 

2,695,965, CI. 250—66. 
W., to Curtiss-Wright Corp. 2.696.412. 



Blair, Hugh H. 
Blair, Richard 
CI. 308—213. 
Blair, Robert C, 
Blair, Royer R. 



CI. 



-41. 



Jr. 2.692.595. CI. 128 — 87. 

Berkeley Heights. N. J., assignor to Bell 

Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 

Varistor curve tracer. 2,669.004. Feb. 16. 
Blair. Rover R., to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. 

2.698.419. CI. 324 — 158. 
Blair, Walter. 2.697.604. CI. 273 — 43. 
Blais, Ethel M., Vo to M. G. Kelly. 2.687.526, 
Blais, Julian A. 2.691,089, CI. 219—41. 
Blaisdell. George, assignee : See — 

Merchant. Chester O. 2,675.719. 
Blake, Edward S.. to Monsanto Chemical Co. 

CI. 100—181. 
Blake. Edward S.. and L. F. Loutrel, Jr., 

Monsanto Chemical Company. 2,676,104, 
Blake, John, to United States Rubber Co. 

174 — 93. 
Blakely, Forrest R. 2,694,826, CI. 15—179. 
Blakely, Robert T., Lagrange, assignor to 

Business Machines Corporation, New York, N. Y. 

tal tetrode. 2,666,150, Jan. 12. 
Blakely, Robert T., to International Business Machines 

Corp. 2.689.508. CI. 95—4.5. 



2,692,207, 



assignors to 
CI. 99—2. 
2,688,651, CI. 



International 
Crys- 



56 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



BlakoRlee, Clinton A., Middlohiiry, and A. \V. Jacobson, 
Now Ilavoii, assignors to The Bristol Company, Water- 
bury, Conn. Cloud-data recorder. 2,fiCr»,e07, Jan. 12. 

nialock, John M., to The Esterbrook Pen Co. 2,081, 27C. 
CI, -n 171. 

Blnnc, Samuel. 2,687,034. 01. 72—41. 

Blancliard, Allen W., Allendale, assignor to Bendix Avia- 
tion Corporation, Teterboro, N. J. Altitude compensated 
control system and apparatus for aircraft engines. 
2,060,489, Jan. 19. 

Blancliai-d, .\llen W., .\llendale, assignor to Bendix Avia- 
tion Corporation, Teterboro, N. J. Kngino control de- 
vice with an induction pressure reset mechanism re- 
sponsive to niicration of an antidctonant fluid injection 
system. 2.(Ui7,148. Jan. 2fl. 

Blanchard, Allen W., Allendale, assignor to Bendi.x Avi- 
ation Corporation, Teterboro, N. J. Induction gen- 
erator. 2,671,179, Mar. 2. 

Blanchard, Andrew P., Ludlow, Mass. Septic tank. 
2,60(;,0;?0. Jan. 12. 

Blanchard, Charles K., Randolpli, Mass., assignor to J. O. 
Rosa Engineering Corporation, New York, N. Y. Drier. 
2,671,279, Mar. 9. 

Blanchard, Charles G. : Sec — 

Arvo A., Goodwin, and Blanchard. 2,096,562. 
Donn C, to E. L. Denison. 2,085,717, CI. 



Lahti 
Blanchard, 

20—02. 
Blanchard, 

CI. 167 



See — 

, and Blandhoel. 
See- 
Mason, Blanding, 



2,092.828. 
and Hemminger. 
Standard Oil 



Dorothy P., and M. M. Schroeder. 2.093,439, 
84. 

Blancliard, Ellis B. 2,097,876, CI. 30—133. 

r.lanchard. Ernest \V.. and C. F. Gerber. 2,087,980, CI. 
167—74. 

Blanchard, Joseph E., assignor to Watson-Williams Manu- 
facturing Company. Millbur.v, Mass. Yarn tensioning 
device for loom shuttles. 2,666,4"i6, Jan. 19. 

Blanchard, Paul, Paris, France. Drying refractory lin- 
ings of furnaces. 2,066,270, Jan. 19. 

Blanchard, Royal I., assignor to Dartmouth Skis, Inc. 
2,075,244, CI. 280—11.35. 

Biancher, Donald W., North Hollywood. Calif., assignor 
to Bendix Aviation Corporation. South Bend. Ind. Tele- 
metering system for wells. 2.607.020, Jan. 20. 

Blanclier, Donald W., assignor to Bendix Aviation Corpo- 
ration. 2.077.272. CI. 73—88.5. 

Bland, Charles C, to Plex-0-Ijite Mfg. Corp. 2,084,788, 
CI. 222—177. 

Blandhoel, Bjarne E. 
Iversen, Knut M. 

Blanding, Forrest H. 
Smith, Lloyd B„ 
2.094,035. 

Blanding, Forrest H.. and J. D. Leslie, to 

Development Co. 2,681.304, CI. 196 — 49. 
Blaney, Arthur C, and J. L. Pettus. assignors to Radio 
Corporation of America. 2,070,798. CI. 271 — 2.3. 

Blaney, Dorothy L., to Radio Corp. of America. 2,086,229. 
CI. 179—100.2. 

Blaney, Gordon A., assignee : See — 
Blaney, Samuel D. 2,077,143. 
Blaney, Samuel D., assignor of y. to G. A. Blanev. 
2,677.143, CI. 15—250.5. 

Blank, Lawrence, and P. J. Capella, New York, N. Y. 
Pressure sensitive tape. 2,673,043, Mar. 30. 

Blank, Robert E. : See — 

Grummitt, Oliver J., Blank, and Schwarz. 

Blanke. Nathan E., and H. J. Sands, assignors to The 
Harvard Manufacturing Company. 2,679,053, CI. 5 — 12. 

Blanke, Nathan E.. and IT. J. Sands, to The Harvard 
Mfg. Co. 2.680 322. CI. 5—201. 

Blanning, Harry K., to International Steel Co. 2,683,427, 
CI. 105—375. 

Blanton. Truman L. 2,089.475. CI. 73 — 37. 

Blasczyk, Leon, Glendale, Calif. Forming a bodv of salt. 
2,667,663, Feb. 2. 

Blaser, Bruno, Dusseldorf-Holthausen, and F. Weldes, 
Dusseldorf-Benrath, assignors to Henkel & Cie 
G. m. b. H., Dusseldorf-Holthausen, Germany. Pro- 
ducing a material containing sodium polyphospliates. 
2,668.147. Feb. 2. 

Blashfield. Floyd A., assignor to .\merican Hospital Supply- 
Corporation. Evanston. 111. Wall recess cabinet and 
means for supporting therein. 2,672.390, Mar. 16. 

Blashfield, William H., assignor to The North Electric 
Manufacturing Companv. 2.075.515, CI. 320 — 32. 

Blashfield, William H., and L. R. Breese, assignors to The 
North B\ectric Manufacturing Company. 2,679,637, 
CI. 340—163. 

Blasingame, Jesse J., and R. Baker. 2,698,432, CI. 343 — 
17.7. 

Blaskowski, Henry J., to Combustion Engineering. Inc. 
2.085,280, CI. 122 — 479. 

Blattner, Emil H., assignor to The Symington-Gould Cor- 
poration. 2,075,278, CI. 308 — 47. 

Blattner, Emil H.. assignor to The Symington-Gould Cor- 
poration. 2,076,713, CI. 213—60. 

Blattner, Emil H., to The Symington-Gould Corp. 
2,687,812. CI. 213—57. 

Blattner, Robert F., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. T. Film measuring and double exposure 
prevention device. 2,672,797, Mar. 23. 

Blatz, Albert V., Thiensville, assignor to A. O. Smith Cor- 
poration, Milwaukee, Wis. Carton and crate lifting 
attachment. 2.070,095, Feb. 23. 



Ulau. Henry II.. lo Tlir f)lii(j Slate University Research 

Foundation. 2,691,.599, CI. 100—47. 
Blaii, Jiuiii-.'^ I',.. Bridgeport, (^onn. Ant iclogplng device for 

roof drains. 2.67?.983. Mar. 23. 
Blaus. Janis. and W. Oisen, assignors to AUinanna Sven- 

ska Eloktrlska Aktiebolaget. 2,077,538, CI. 263 — C. 
Blaw-Knox Co. : See — 

Barnebey, Herbert L. 2,691,460. 

Bedson. Noel P. 2.090,220. 

Eger. Oscar A. 2 074,140. 

Harcourt, Guy N. 

Karnofsky, George B. 2,691,830. 

Mittelstadt, Clarence F. 2,697.637. 

Ornitz, Martin N., and English. 2,695,248. 

Plas, Ralph J. 2.685.777. 

Pottmeyer, Edward W. 2,074,211. 

Pottmeyer, Edward W. 2,688,956. 

Robinson, George L. 

Saxon, Arthur F. 2,084,274. 

Venable, William M. 
Blaxland Rae Pty. Limited, assignee : See — 

Rae, John. 
Blavdes, Frederick T., assignor to International Harvester 

Company. 2,074,108, CI. 97 — 46.55. 
Blnzok. Jolin Y.. to Lempco Products, Inc. 2,691,253. 

CI. 51—143. 
Blazek, Willinni .T.. assignor to Lempco Products, Inc. 

2.079.772. CI. 77—75. 
Blazey. Lawrence E. : See — 

Woina, Benjamin A., and Blazey. 2,693,402. 
Bleazev, John C. : See — 

Olson. Harry P.. Preston, and Bleazey. 2.GS0.7S7. 
Bledsoe, William K.. and J. W. Ward, to Boeing Airplane 

Co. 2,694,180. CI. 324 — 32. 
Bleeksmii. Jan. Mount Vernon, assignor to Amperex Elec- 
tronic Corporation. Brooklyn. N. Y. X-ra.v tube hav- 
ing a mica window. 2.605,391, Jan. 5. 
Blekkingh, Johan J. A., to Lever Brothers Co. 2,692.886. 

CI. 260 — 105.6. 
Blessing. William J. : See — 

Kenworthy, Clarence S., and Blessing. 
Bleteher, James H. : See — 

Bletcher, Ralph E. 2,684,082. 

Bleteher, Ralph E., and Ward. 2,675,218. 

Bletcher. Ralph E.. and Ward. 2,687,917. 
Bletcher, Pearl W. : See — 

Bletcher, Ralph E. 2.684,082. 

Bletcher, Ralph E., and W.ard. 2,675,218. 

Bletcher, Ralph E.. and Ward. 2,687,917. 
Bletcher, Ralph E. : See — 

Bletcher, Ralph E. 2,684,082. 

Bletcher, Ralph B., and Ward. 2,675,218. 
Bletcher, Ralph E., 10% to R. E. Bletcher, 12%% to 

E. H. Bucknell, 12i^>% to M. Bucknell, 10% to P. W. 
Bletcher, 25% to M. B. Liston, 10% to J. H. Bletcher, 
10% to H. B. Skinner, and 10% to C. R. B. Robertson, 
(also known as F. K. Robertson). 2,684,082, CI. 137 — 
602. 

Bletcher, Ralph E., and I. A. Ward, assignors of 10% to 
R. E. Bletcher, 12V' % to E. H. Bucknell, 12yj% to 
M. Bucknell, 10% to P. W. Bletcher, 25% to M. B. 
Liston, 10% to J. H. Bletcher, 10% to H. B. Skinner, 
and 10% to C. R. B. Robertson. 2,675,218, CI. 
261 — 70. 
Bletcher, Ralph E., and I. A. Ward, 12%% to E. H. Buck- 
nell, 10% to R. E. Bletcher, 12%% to M. Bucknell. 
10% to P. W. Bletcher. 25% to M. B. Liston, 10% to 
J. H. Bletcher. 10% to H. B. Skinner, and 10% to 

F. K. Robertson (also known as C. R. B. Robertson). 
2.687.917. CI. 299—107. 

Bletz, Edward, to Stevens Mfg. Co., Inc. 2,692,317, CI. 

200—138. 
Bletzinger, John C, and K. E. Sager, to International 

Cellucotton Products Co. 2,690,598. CI. 19 — 144.5. 
Bleuer. Lorin T. : See — 

Bakelaar, John H., Oldenboom, and Bleuer. 2.684,740. 
Bleuler, Olga, assignee : See — 

Marko. Adolf, and Kordesch. 
Bleuze, Jacques, to Compagnie Generale de Telegraphic 

Sans Fil. 2,682,013, CI. 315—41. 
Blevans, Don W., to Orbit Valve Co. 2,690,894, CI. 

251—163. 
Elevens, Emmett. Louisville, Ky. Artificial limb. 

2,004,572, Jan. 5. 
Bley, Robert E. : See — 

Baldwin, Robert H., and Bley. 2,078,907. 
Blev, Rudolph S., assignor to North American Rayon Cor- 
poration. 2,077.511, CI. 242—151. 
Bllcke. Frederick F.. to Regents of The University 

Michigan. 2,695,301, CI. 20O— 326.3. 
Blickens, Fuller E. : See — 

Slocum, Ray E., and Blickens. 
Blickenstorfer, Albert, assignor to 
139 — 92. 

Albert, assignor to E. Froehlich A. G. 
139 — 92. 
Albert, assignor to E. Froelilich A. G. 



2.077.106. 
E. Froehlich 



of 



A. G. 



2.074, 27.T CI. 
Blickenstorfer, 

2.074.274, CI. 
Blickenstorfer, 

2.074.275, CI. 139—92. 
Blickenstorfer, Albert, to E. 

CI. 139—92. 
BIickm.<in, Harry. 2,075.230, CI. 272—73. 
Bliedung, Walter R., and H. C. Frentzel, to Hansen Glove 

Corp. 2,692,667, CI. 192—147. 



Froehlich A. G. 2.692,619. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



57 



to Foster Wheeler Corp. 2.697,687, CI. 



Inc. 2,08G,4G8, CI. 



might. Clayton G., Lons Beach, Calif. I'ipe loading de- 
vice for trucks and the like. U.C05.815. Jan. 12. 

Blind, Karl A., to Dings Magnetic Separator Co. 2.692,678. 
CI. 209 — 223. 

Blink. Robert O., to Mitchell Mfg. Co. 2,C81,2G1, CI. 
31 1— HI.'). 

Blinoff, Vsevolod. Neuilly-sur-Seine, asssignor to Societe 
Anonyiiii.- d'Inuovations Chiniique.s dlte : .Sinnova ou 
Sadie. Moaux -Beauval. Fr.ince. Sulfonating organic 
compounds with chlorsulfonic acid in continuous opera- 
tion. 2.073.2H. Mar. 23. 

Bliss, Albert, to A. T. Sturdy. Jr. 2,697,260. CI. 24 — 176. 

Bliss. Charles, to Foster Wheeler Corp. 2.687,119, CI. 
122— 3.5C. 

Bliss, Charles. 
196 — 116. 

Bliss, George L. : Sec — 

Chase, Charles R.. and Bliss. 

Bliss. Harvey N.. to Veeder-Root 
101 — 18. 

Bliss, Harvey N.. to Veeder-Root Inc. 2.691,938. CI. 
101 — 94. 

Bliss. Robert H.. Jr. 2,686.688, CI. 292—101. 

Bliss, Warren H., to Radio Corporation of America. 
2,683,768, CI. 178 — 5.2. 

Blitz. Oaniel. assignor to Raytheon Manufacturing Com- 
pany. 2.678.392. CI. 250 — 33. 

Blitz, Daniel, to Raytheon Mfg. Co. 2,683,855, CI. 321 — 60. 

Blitzstein, William : See — 

Levitt, Israel M.. and Blitzstein. 2,686.269. 

Blizard. John, to Foster Wheeler Corp. 2,697,482. CI. 
158 — 4. 

Blizard. John. R. A. Lorenzini. and M. Frisch. assignors 
to Foster Wheeler Corporation. 2.675.888. CI. 183 — 80. 

Blizard. Robert B.. to The Sperry Corp. 2,695,199, CI. 
308 — 9. 

Bloch. Alfred : See — 

Reissmann, Thomas L.. and Bloch. 2,682,857. 

Bloch. Elsie C. and G. 2,677,871. CI. 28 — 74. 

Bloch. Godfrey : See — 

Bloch. Elsie C. and G. 2,677,871. 

Bloch, Herman S., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, III. Rubberlike materials and an 
unsaturated hydrocarbon oil. 2,671,068, Mar. 2. 

Bloch. Herman S., to Universal Oil Products Co. 
2,683,135, CI. 260 — 75. 

Bloch, Herman S., to Universal Oil Products Co. 2,691,686, 
CI. 260 — 619. 

Bloch, Herman S., A. E. Hoffman, and H. E. Mammen. 
assignors to Universal Oil Products Company. 
2.677,702, CI. 260 — 513. 
Bloch, Herman S.. and H. E. Mammen, 
" " ~ 2,691.040, CI. 260—505. 

S., and D. R. Strehlau, to Universal Oil 
2,695,913, CI. 260 — 471. 



to Universal Oil 



combination. 2,672,701, 
Schoby. 2,685,468. CI. 
T., and A. M. Blumen- 



Products Co. 
Bloch, Herman 
Products Co. 
Bloch, Rudolf, I. Schnerb, and D. Kaplan, Jerusalem, 

Israel. Manipulation and storage of bromine. 

2,670,276, Feb. 23. 
Block, Arnold H., to Bendix Aviation Corp. 2,685,871, 

CI. 123 — 102. 
Block, George P., Troy, N. Y. Water ski launching car- 
riage. 2,670,693, Mar. 2. 
Block, Harold H.. assignor to The Garrett Corporation. 

Los Angeles. Calif. Joining metal parts consisting of 

aluminum and its alloys. 2,671,958, Mar. 16. 
Block. Myron W. : See — 

Stemfield, George L., and Block. 
Block. Richard J. : See — 

Howard, Hartley W., Block, and .Sevall. 
Blocker, Carl. Midland, Ohio. Digging adjustment for 

ditching plow and conveyer 

Mar. 23. 
Blocker, John F.. and W. E. 

287—103. 
Blod, Francis E., Tuckahoe, N. 

feld, Hackensack, N. J., assignors to The Gruen Watch 

Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Front opening watch 

display box. 2,667,967, Feb. 2. 
Blodgett, Edwin O., to International Business Machines 

Corp. 2,684,745, CI. 197 — 19. 
Blodgett, Fred D. 2,696,045. CI. 30—269. 
Blodgett, Stewart B., and S. Ronai, to Fairchild Camera 

and Instrument Corp. 2,681,601, CI. 95 — 11.5. 
Bloedel, Prentice, S. Hansel, D. G. Riches, and D. W. 

Brookes, assignors to MacMillan & Bloedel (Alberni) 

Limited. 2,675,255, CI. 286 — 9. 
Bloedow, Clarence F. 2,682.322, CI. 189—36. 
Bloksma. Romke. 2,697,523, CI. 210 — 165. 
Blom, Carl J., and J. M. Gaylord. to Byron Jackson Co. 

2.687.695. CI. 103 — 87. 
Blom. Otto F. : See — 

Anderson, Rolf L.. &nd Blom. 
Blom, Otto F., to American Can Co. 2,684,766, CI. 211 — 

55. 
Blomberg, Martin P., to General Motors Corp. 2,685,262, 

CI. 105 — 190. 
Blomquist. Alfred T. : See — 

Johnson, John R., Blomquist, and Fiedorek. 2,683,165. 
Blomquist, Alfred T., F. T. Fiedorek, and J. F. Ryan. Jr., 

Ithaca, X. Y., assignors to the United States of America 

as represented by the Secretary of the Navy. Improving 

the properties of certain explosives. 2,669,576, Feb. 16. 



Blomquist, Alfred T., and F. T. Fiedorek, assignors to the 
United States of America as represented by the Secre- 
tary of the Navy. 2,678,946, Cl. 260—467. 
Bloniqui.st. George, assignee : See- — 

Uagelfeldt, Lydla A. 
Blomqufst, Uno O., Vasteras, Sweden. Regenerative heat 

exchanger. 2,665,120, Jan. 5. 
Blomqvist, Ake H. P.. and B. H. R. Tornquist, to Aktie- 

bolaget Bofors. 2,694,794, Cl. 324 — 57. 
Blonchek. Michael M. : See— 

Burrows. Harry J., and Blonchek. 2.681,131. 
Blonder, Isaac S. 2,68^,649, Cl. 339—108. 
Blood Brothers Machine Co. : See — 

Harrington, George R. 2,696,090. 
Blood, Leland C. to .Michigan Powdered Metal Products 

Co.. Inc. 2.685.507. Cl. 75—214. 
Bloom, Alvin N. : See — 

Campbell, Harold B., and Bloom. 2,678,549. 
Bloom. Benjamin. 2.675,857. Cl. 155 — 54. 
Bloom, Frederick S. 2,693,352, Cl. 263 — 6. 
Bloom. Fredrick K., to Armco Steel Corp. 2,687,955, 

Cl. 75—125. 
Bloom, Louis E.. Fort Collins, Colo. Hydraulic Jack sys- 
tem for automobiles. 2,666,619, Jan. 19. 
Bloom, Otto I., New York, N. Y. Conductive shoe de- 
vice. 2,671,185, Mar. 2. 
Bloom. Wallace M.. and A. J. Simmons, to McGraw Elec- 
tric Co. 2.686.643. Cl. 248—49. 
Bloomer Bros. Co. : See — 

Eaton, Joseph K. 2,678,590. 
Inman. William H. 2,686,002. 
Inman, William H. 2.086.629. 
Mobley, Edwin H. F. 2,685,768. 
Bloomer, Samuel G. : See — 

Bushnell, William H. 2,693,853. 
Bloomer, Ward J., and H. R. Davis, assignors to The 

Lummus Company. 2.674,846, Cl. 60—39.23. 
Bloomer, Ward J., and H. R. Davis, to The Lummus Co. 

2,698,050. Cl. 158 — 4. 
Bloomfield, Benjamin, and D. S. Whitney, assignors to 
The Fellows Gear Shaper Company, Springfield, Vt. 
Generating face and tapered gears with bowed forma- 
tion. 2.669.904, Feb. 23. 
Bloomstran, Floyd H. : See — 

Jones, James R., Kidd, and Bloomstran. 2,695,113. 
Blosor. Dwigbt W., West Englewood. N. J., assignor to 
Kearfott Companv, Inc.. New York. N. Y. Electric ma- 
chine construction. 2,668.925, Feb. 9. 
Bloss, Albert G. 2.677,307, Cl. 90 — 11. 
Bloss. Harold W.. assignor to Deere Manufacturing Co. 

2,676.623. Cl. 140 — 93. 
Bloss. Raymond B. : See — 

Barnes, Thomas H., and Bloss. 2,685,003. 
Blossey, Carl W., to General Motors Corp. 2,697,165, Cl. 

250 — 20. 
Blough, Ronald S., to Philco Corp. 2,682,935, Cl. 188 — 

85. 
Bloxsidge, William R. : See — 

Strange, John W., Waight, and Bloxsidge. 2,683,240. 
Blossom. Kugene S., assignor to Preventive Maintenance 
Companv. Bridgeport, Conn. Air brake system com- 
pressor.' 2.670.130, Feb. 23. 
Bloxsom, Ralph T., % to W. D. Marr. 2,697,277, CI. 

30—298. 
Blue, Albert C. 2,681,792, Cl. 254—131. 
Blue, John, to John Blue Co. 2,696,785, Cl. 103— ,J1. 
Blue, John, Co. : See — 

Blue. John. 2,696,785. 
Johnston, Douglas. 2,684,617. 
Blue Channel Corporation, assignee ; See — 

Fellers, Carl R. 
Blue Ridge Glass Corporation, assignee : See — 

Glynn. Theodore W. 
Blue Ridge Textile Co.. Inc. : See — 

Schwanda, Theodore F., and Brown. 2,696,094. 
Bluestone, Henry, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Shell 

Development Company. 2,676,132. Cl. 167—33. 
Blum, Alvin S., and E. V. Weiner, Long Beach, Calif. 

Proportional sampler. 2,667,075, Jan. 26. 
Blum Bros. Box Co. : See — 

Blum, Paul L. 2,682,285. 
Blum, Donald J. : See — 

Blum, Joseph K., B. G.. and D. J. 2,678,008. 
Blum, Joseph K, R. G.. and D. J. 2,678,009. 
Bluni, Eduard : See — 

Leuthold, Eugene, and Blum. 
Blum, Eduard, and J. Schuhwerk, to Saba. Schwarzwalder 
Apparate-Bau-Anstalt. August Schwer Sohne, G. m. b. H. 
2,696,190, Cl. 116 — 124.1. 
Blum, Joseph K., R. G., and D. J., assignors to Burnwell 

Incinerator Corporation. 2,678,008. Cl. 110 — ^18. 
Blum, Joseph K., R. G., and D. J., assignors to Burnwell 

Incinerator Corporation. 2,678,009, Cl. 110 — 18. 
Blum, Oscar A.. A. L. Dittman, and J. M. Wrightson, to 

The M. W. Kellogg Co. 2.694.701. Cl. 260 — 92.1. 
Blum, Paul, New York, N. Y. Window washer and wiper. 

2,672,638, Mar. 23. 
Blum. Paul L., Marshfield, Wis. Traveling-work-support 
converging-saws apparatus for manufacturing tub 
staves.^ 2.673.585. Mar. 30. 
Blum, Paul L., to Blum Bros. Box Co. 2,682.285, Cl. 
143 — 26. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS. 10.-,4 



Blum. Kocer G. : Hee — 

Hlum, Joseph K., R. G.. iinil U. J. 2.G78.008. 
Blum, Joseph K., R. G.. aud D. J. 2,078.009. 
Blumbcrs, Benjamin J. 2.074,2.59, CI. 137 — 218. 
Bluiiibor«, Paul, assijnior to Moili-Blumberf; Corporation, 
New llolstein. Wis. Hifilnvav iiiariiinK maeliine. 
2.f,73.0!)0. Mar. 23. 
P.lunibiTK, Saiiuicl. 2,070.818, CI. 282 — 22. 
Blumenbaum. Louis G. : See — 

LanRlois. Roland E., and Blumenbaum. 
Blumenfcld. Alfred M. : See — 

Blod. Francis E., and Blumenfeld. 
Blumensaadt, Svond G., to The Universal Wire Spring Co. 

2.082.G,')9. CI. 1—17.-1. 
Blumensaadt, Svend G., to The Universal Wire Spring 

Co. 2,684,70;-). CI. 153—21. 
Blumlein, Alan D. : See — 

White. Eric U C. and Blumlein. 2.088.077. 
Blumlein, Alan D.. deceased (by D. Walker, legal repre- 
sentative), and L. Lescudjack. to Electric and Musical 
Industries Ltd. 2.092.334. CI. 2.50 — 27. 
Blumsom. Ernest J., assignor to Allied Ironfounders Lim- 
ited. 2.676..=i83. CI. 126 — 76. 
Blythe. Allen W., South Gate, assignor of one-third to E. 
Granville and one-third to L. E. Sprague. Los Angeles, 
Calif. Coil spring booster. 2.673.084. Mar. 23. 
Blythe. Richard H.. to the United States of America as 
represented by the Secretary of the Navy. 2,697,784. 
CI. 2.50—27. 
Boag. James C, to Ethyl Corp. 2.689.791 CI. 75 — 66. 
Boal. David J., to Spivey Co. Inc. 2.681.017, CI. 107 — 57. 
Board. Francis S. : Srp — 

Boileau. .Arthui- IT.. Rayman. and Board, 
Boardmnn. Harold, .T.ssigiinr to Hercules Po-wder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Pel. Preparation of aryldialkyl per- 
oxides. 2.008.180. Feb. 2. 
Boardmnn, Harrv C.. Chicago. III., assignor to Chicago 
Bridsrf and Iron Company. Liquid storage vessel 
2.072.2.54. :Mnv. 16. 
Boardman. Richard J. : See — 

Marco, Earl C, and Boardman. 2.681.991. 

Board of Commissioners of State Institutions of the State 
of Florida : See — 

Butler. George B., and Bunch. 2.687,382. 
Boarts, Lyle R. : See — 

Anderson, Carl W.. and Boarts. 2,078.015. 
Boasson, Eduard H., and J. L. Voigt. to N. V. Onderzoeking- 

sinstitunt Research. 2,697.854. CI. 18 — 30 
Boatwriebt. Stevpns W. 2.675.620 CI 33 — 197 
Bobb. Llovd J. ; See — 

Dasliiell. Paniel H.. and Bohb 2 OSR ap,7 
Dashioll, Daniel H.. and Bobb. 2.695.785. 
Rppd, Frank J., and BoW). 2 075 073 
Reed. Frank T.. and Bobb. 2.0S6.845 
Bobis, Stephen and W. R. Lundrv. to Bell Telephone 

Laboratories. Inc. 2.682.037, CI. 333 — 28. 
Bobkowirz. Emilinn. Wef;tinount, Quebec, Canada. Auto- 
matic razor. 2.669.770 Fr-h 23 
Bobkowicz. Emilian. 2.690.008. CI. 30 — 13 
Boblit. Harry. Jr. : See — 

■Bohlit. Harry, Sr.. ^Nlusser. Harrv Boblit. Jr.. and 
R. E. Boblit. 2.088,482. 
Boblit. Harrv. Sr.. M. E. Musser. Harrv Boblit. Jr., and 
R. E. Boblit. to A. B. Dick Co. 2,088.482. CI. 270 — 68 
Boblit. Ronald E. : Spe — 

Boblit. Harry. Sr.. Musser. Harrv Boblit. Jr.. and 
R. E. Bohlit. 2.6SS.482. 
Bohrich Products Corp. : See — 

Goldmnntz. Lawrence A. 2.097.766. 
Bobrowski, Louis G. : See — 

Curtiss, George E., Jr., and Bobrowski. 
Bobst. Joseph S., Waukesha, Wis. Scaffolding. 
.Tan. 12. 

Bocchino, Anthony, and C. J. Retta, 

R. R. .Judge. 2.679.256. CI. 1.35 — 20. 
Bocchino. Ernest. 2.693.088. CI. 67 — 4.1. 
Bocchino. Joseph J. 2.682.881. CI. 134 — 129. 
Boccinrelli. Parlo T.. assisrnor to Pbilco Corporation. 

Philadelnliia. Pn. Deflecting and high voltage supply 

circuit. 2.065,393. Jnn. 5. . ii j 

Rochmann. Otto. 2.093 074 CI 57 — 58 83 
Bochmann, Otto. 2.693.075. CI. 57 — 58.83. 
Bock Corp. : See — 

Bork. Oscar L. 2 087.747. 
Bock, Franz. 2,682.751, CI. 01 — 67. 

Bock. Louis H.. to Rayonier Inc. 2,686,198. CI. 200 — 473 
Bock. Louis H.. and L. J. Carlson, to Rnvonier Inc 

2.094.731. CI 200 — 600. 
Bock. T.,onis H.. and L. J. Carlson, to Ravonier Inc. 

2.694,737. CI. 200 — 013. 
Bock. Oscar L., to Bock Corp. 2.087.747, CI. 138 — 38. 
Bodamer, George W., to Rohm & Haas Co. 2,081,319, 

200—2.1. 

Bodamer. George W'., to Rohm & Haas Co. 
200—2.2. 

Bodanis. Harrv S.. assignee : See — 
Theis. Frederic A. 2.674.911. 
Boddy, John, Hayes, assignor to Trico-Folberth Limited. 
Brentford, England. Electric circuit interrupting de- 
vice. 2.672,563. Mar. 16. 
Boden. Ernest G.. assignor to The Timken Roller Bearing 
Company. 2.676.073, CI. 308—180. 



2.690.923. 
2,665.951, 



assignors of % to 



2,694,180. 



Sangster. 
and Schairer. 



CI. 



2,681,320, Cl. 



IJodeii. .Samuel II.. aud U. O. Bouiue, as.signors to West- 

inghouse Electric Corporation. 2.676,779, Cl. 251 — 29. 

Bodenschatz, .\ugust, to I-T-E Circuit Breaker Co. 

2.089.893. Cl. 200 — 88. 
Bodey. Edward J. 2.077.401. Cl. 209-215. 
Bodine, Albert G., Jr., Van Nuys, Calif. Sonic system 
for augmenting the extraction of oil from oil bearing 
strata. 2,667.932, Feb. 2. 
Bodine. Albert (J.. Jr., Van Nuys, Calif. Sonic earth bor- 
ing drill. 2,672,322, Mar. 16. 
Bodine. Albert C... Jr. 2,080.485. Cl. 100-1. 
Bodine. Albert G.. Jr. 2.092.590. Cl. 12.3—191. 
Bodine. Albert G., Jr. 2.097.761. Cl. 179—187. 
Bodine, Edward A., assignee : See — 

Daniell, John B. 
Bodkin, Ernest A., to Socony-Vacunm Oil Co.. Inc. 

2.096.462, Cl. 196 — 147. 
Bodkin. John A. 2,677,503. Cl. 238—327. 
Bodle. Virgil H.. G. W. Blair, and L. P. Dosmann, as- 
signors to Mishawaka Rubber and Woolen Manufactur- 
ing Company. 2,677.026. Cl. 117 — 93. 
Bodnar. Walter H. 2,674,107. Cl. 6.3—29. 
Body, Alfred C, assignor to The Ohio Crankshaft Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Means for inductively heating 
narrow elongated portions of cylindrical bodies. 
2,671,846. Mar. 9. 
Boeck. Edwin .1. : See — 

Walter. Robert J., and Boeck. 2.693.354. 
Boeck, Gunther A.. Mountain Lakes. N. J., and E. J. How- 
ard. Flushing. N. T.. assignors, by mesne assignments, 
to the United States of America as represented by the 
Secretary of the Army. Gear system. 2,600.344. Jan. 
19. 
Boeck. Gunther A., and E. J. Howard, to the United 
States of America as represented bv the Secretary of 
the Armv. 2.684.002. Cl. 74 — 527. 
Boeckeler, Benjamin C to The Hydrojet Corp. 2.690,129, 

Cl. 10.3—113. 
Boeckeler, Benjamin C, to The Hydrojet Corp. 2,690,130. 

Cl. 103—113. 
Boehm, Geore. 2.074.998. CI. 128—184. 
Boehm. Walter G., assignor to Palmer-Bee Company. 

2,678,715. Cl. 198—20. 
Boeing Airpbine Co. : See- - 

Adams, Harold L. 2,683,678. 
Anderson, Charles N. 2,684,424. 
Bates, Byron W. 2,094.155. 
Bledsoe. William K.. and Ward. 
Bosserman. Charles A. 
Burkhard. Ralph H. 2.692,744. 
Castor. Thomas D.. Leisv. and 
Cook, William H.. Jr.. Pfnfman, 
Davies, Charles H., and Ostling. 
Davis. Joe G. 2.680.583. 
Del Giudice. Frank ,T. 
Glass, INIansfield D. 2,697.566. 
Havhnrst, Bud R. 2.677.100. 
Hill Henrv C. 2.070.458. 
Hill. Henrv C. 2.092,478. 
Hill. James L. 

Hiltner. W-alter F. 2.696.247. 
Kirkbride. John F.. and Pfafman. 2.677.512. 
Larson. Thorvold H.. Maver, Pfafman. Cook, and 

Kirkbride. 2.696.355. 
Leisv. Clifford J.. Emerick. and .Jenkins. 2.693.931. 
McConnell. Charles H. 2.670.038. 
McRae. Forbes W., Jr. 2.092,784. 
Newell, George C. 2.088.338. 
Newell, Stanley E. 2.696.578. 
Schaal. Ellsworth .\.. and Lawler. 2.692.476. 
Shoiket. Henry N.. Kinnaman, and Trotter. 2.683.780. 
Smith. Howard W.. and Larson. 
Van Ornnni. Vern W. 2.689,476. 
Vnn Rv. William H. 
Wilson. Ted R. 

Wood. Kenneth G. 2.080.994. 
Wright. Gilbert F. 2.087.712. 
Wricrht. Gilbert F.. and Newton. 2.087.713. 
Boelens. Willem W.. and J. J. Z. van Zelst. to Hartford 
National Bank and Trust Co., trustee. 2.698,379, CI. 
250 — 6. „ 

Boerger, Julius W.. to Allover Mfg. Co. 2,689,312, Cl. 

310 — 11. 
Boorner, Lewis W., to National Foam System, Inc. 

2,695,069. Cl. 169 — 1. 
Boersma. Barnev. and J. S. Robinson. Grand Rapids. ^lich.. 
assignors to Sackner Products. Inc. Machine for manu- 
facturing metal reinforced binding tape. 2,605.736. Jan. 
12. 
Boesger. George A., to The W. W. Sly Mfg. Co. 2.695,681, 

Cl. 18.3— 61. 
Boessenkool. Hclmich W.. and G. Durst, to Metals and 

Controls Corp. 2.691.81 5. Cl. 29^1 89. 
Boestad, Gustav K. W., and H. R. Nilsson. assignors, by 
mesne assignments to J. C. Marble. L. M. Merrill, and 
P. H. Batten, trustees. 2,674,089, Cl. 60—39.15. 
Boestad, Gusrav K. W.. and P. W. S. Persson. to J. C. 
Marble, L. M. Merrill, and P. H. Batten, as trustees. 
2.081.208. Cl. 257 — 0. 
Boestad, Gustav K. W., and K. Svenningson, to J. C. Marble, 
L. M Merrill, and P. H. Batten, trustees. 2.696.970. Cl. 
257—6. 
Boetel, Erich W., Hamburg, Germany. Electric heating 
pad. 2,666.839, Jan. 19. 



MST OF I'ATENTEES 



59 



assignors to 



to .1. G. 



Corp. 

C. E. 

Bros.. 
Mar. 



Ltd. 



2,CG9,380, 
2,681,054, 

2.081,025, 



Boetje, Johannes : Sre — 

Kessler. Jacob C. F. Bootje. and Kolilwev. 
Boeye. Paul F.. and S. Bright. 2,091.480. CI. 229 — 44. 
Bopart, Marcel J. P., as.signor to The Luiiintu.s Company. 

2.07.">,09."i. CI. 1S3— 115. 
Hogart. W. H.. as.sipnee : Sec — 

Shink. Ceorge J. 
Bogasli. HU'haril : Src 

Tint. Howard, and BoKash. 2.r.7(i.l.;'.). 
Bogaty. Stanislaus, and A. O. Hurxthal. 

Proctor 4 Schwartz. Inc. 2,679,115. CI. 34 — 2: 
Boge, La Verne G. 2,074,901, CI. 74 — ISl. 
Bopeaus. Benedict K.. and T. P. E. Fudisloclier. 

Moran. 2.694.511. CI. 222 — 491. 
Bogemann, Max : See — 

Lober. Ii'riedrich, Bayer, Bogemann, and Schneider. 
2,695.898. 
Boger, William P.. and C. S. Miller, assignors to Mercl; & 

Co.. Inc. 2,070,902, CI. 167 — 55. 
Bogert. John J., to National Laboratorie.s Mfg. 

2.680.453. CI. 88—14. 
Bogert, John L.. and C. Chedlster. assignors to 

Hooper. Inc. 2.074,312, CI. 340 — 37. 
Bogert, Ormonde. Maplewood. assignor to I-eiman 
Inc., Newark. X. J. Automatic oiler. 2.672,951. 
23. 
Boggs. H. D.. Company. Ltd.. assignee : See — 

Bogcs. Herbert I). 2,074,557. 
Boggs, Herbert 1).. assignor to H. D. Boggs Company 

2.674.557. CI. 154—83. 
Boggs. William K. 2.689.444, CI. 56 — 256. 
Bophosian. William H., Summit. H. G. Och, Short Hill.s, 
and B. T. Weber. Summit. N. J., assignors to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories. Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Gun 
data computer having spot correction means. 
Feb. 16. 
Boghossian. Victor, to Kaiser Motors Corp. 

CI. 123--195. 
Bogie. Nelson H. 2.687,258, CI. 241 — 270. 
Bognar, Frank J. : See — 

Glnther, Russell J., and Bognar. 
P.ogner, Peter, to Saml. Hanson & Son Ltd 

CI. 11.3—15. 
Bogoslowsky, Boris, deceased (E. Bogoslowskv. executrix). 

2.688.331. CI. 132—73. 
Bogo.slowsky. Elizabeth, executrix : .See — 

Bogoslowskv. Boris. 2.688.331. 
Bogossian, Armen. 2,682,357, CI. 222 — 417. 
Bognt. Alexander : See — 

Crites, Joe, Bogot, and Andresen. 2,698,142. 
I'.ohaboy, Edward J.. Bervvyn. and C. J. Roach. Oak Park. 
111., assignors to Western Electric Company. Incorpo- 
rated. New York. N. Y. Appnratu.s for npnlving termi- 
nals to electrical cnndnctnr wires. 2.008 950 Feb 10 
I*.ol)l. Lester E 2.077 484 CI. 223 — 88 
P.ohli. Jakob. 2.090.527. CI. 317 — 162. 
Bohlmann. Ferdinand : See — 

Inhoffen, Hans H., and Bohlmann. 
Bohme Fettflipmie O. rii. b. TI. : Sr-r — 

Henkel. Konrad. and Rapp. 2.698.304 
Schmitt, Friedrich, and Hevden. 2,692 180 
Rohmholdl. Ilonry M. 2.087.7.'5'0, CI. 132 — 1. 
Bohn Aluminum & Brass Corp. : See — 
Bartlowe. Sterling. 2.0S5.034 
Bartlowe. Sterlinc S. 2 087 O-'O 
Bobn, Donald T. 2.075.022, CI. 137—597. 
Bohn. George H, : Srr-- 

Belluclie, Elmer W. and Bohn 2 093,595 
Bohn. Samuel. 2.080.053. CI. 312 — 310. 
Bohnf. .\iiinld : St-p — 

Brorkiiiann. Hans, and Boline. 2 093.433. 
Bohnenblust. Walter H., Kansas CMty. Mo. 
Peters & Russell. Inc.. Springfield, Ohio.' 
deflector. Re. 23.773. Jan. 12 
Bohner. Kenneth A., % to P. J. De Grotc. 

CI. 56—474. 
Bohon. William K. 2,079.888, CI. 154^-42. 
Boice. Elvln G.. assignor 
2.070.890. CI. 285 — 140, 
Boife. Elvin G.. to Reed 

192—56. 
Boice. Elvin G., and R. G. Peter, to Reed Roller Bit Co. 

2.097,014. n. 308—8.2. 
Boileau. Arthur H.. and C. J. Rayman. Cedar Rapids. 
Tnwa. and F. S. Board. Thicago. 111., assignors to Cherry- 
P.urrell Corporation. Wilmington. Bel. Apparatus for 
treating linuids. 2.005.028. .Lan. 1 2. 
Boiler Engineering & Supply Ca.. Inc. : 

Rnrke. Robert F. 2.080.01 1 . 
Boinet. Ernest : See — 

Roinet. Henri and E. 
Boinet. Henri, and E.. Siiint-Oiieiuin 

broom fiber fabric. 2,665.222. Jan. 5. 
Boitenx. Pierre, assignor to CV.mpagnie Gencrale d'EIec- 

trioite. 2.675.985. n. 248 — 358. 
Bojewicz. Robert H.. and C. R. Fish, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Reconstruction Finance Corporation 
2.674.033, CI. 29—205. 
Bojner. Gu«tav, Stockholm. Sweden. Rotary drier, kiln, 

and the like. 2.606.033, .Tan. 19. 
Rokich, Tonv. 2.690.084. CI. 38 — 1. 
Bolaiio, Jos4 M. 2.073,979, CI. 1 — 27. 
Holding. Hubert V.. assignor to The Bradley & Gilbert 
Company. 2.070.751. CI. 229 — .39. 



assignor to 
Air-current 

2,695.490. 



to Reed Roller Bit Company. 
Roller Bit Co. 2,683,512, CI. 



See- 



France, rtiibberized 



assignors, bv mesne 
2,674,408, CI. 



Bolding, Hubert V., to The Bradley & Cilliert Co. 

2.093.297. CI. 220—113. 
Boldingh, Willeni H., to Hartford National Bank and Trust 

Co., as trustee. 2,091,735, CI. 250 — 65 
Hole. (Jeorge A. : Src - 

fzarnecki. Kamil B.. and Bole. 2.693.017. 
Bolelll, Aldo, Bologna, Italy. Centrifugal system of wet 

spinning of natural fibers. 2.007.733, Feb. 2. 
Bolesky, John D., to A. Medert and R. W. Bolesky, 

trustees. 2.686.031, CI. 248—205. 
Bolesky. Russell W. : See — • 

Bolesky. John I). 2.686,031. 
Bolger. Ste[)hen J., Grand R.ipids. Midi liiimdial |iill 

2,071,451. Mar. 9. 
P.olidens ( iiuv.iktieliolag. .i.-isignee : See — 

Kililstcdt. I'erG. 2.(i75.966. 
IJolinders Fabriks Aktiebolag: See — • 

Andersson. Sten (J. 2,692.631. 
Boling, Cecil : Sec — 

Donovan, William J., and Boling. 
Boling, Cecil, and A. J. Tigges, to The Ileat-X-Clianger 

Co., Inc. 2.082.157. CI. 02-122. 
Boll. John H., and A. V. Raught 

assignments, to Ford Motor Company 
280 — 504. 
Boll. Vicfor J., to The Sheffield Corp. 2,681.027. CI. 

113—49. 
BoUaert, Armand R.. Arcadia, and E. L. Neu, Hermosa 
Beach, Calif., assignors to Great Lakes Carbon Cor- 
poration. Chicago, 111. High flow rate mineral filter 
aid. 2,065,813. Jan. 12. 
Boiler, William D., W. D. Berkley, W. Ernst and E. W. 
Landmeier, assignors to The Wadsworth Electric Mfg. 
Co. 2,677.734. CI. 200—88. 
Boiler. William D., W. D. Berkley, W. Ernst, and E. 
Landmeier, to The Wadsworth Electric Mfg 
2,685,011, CI. 200—116. 
Bolles, Elwood E. : See — 

Soarbrough, Alfred D., and Bolles. 2,685,039. 
Boiling, Thomas J.. Jr.. to Standard Oil Development 

2.092.059. CI. 214 — 2.5. 
Boiling, Warren E., Spring Lake, assignor to M. Hayman. 
Battle Creek, Mich. Coupling head for attaching tow- 
ing devices to bumpers of automobiles. 2.068.064, 
Feb. 2. 
Bollinger, Waldon P. : See — 

Korman, Nathaniel I., and Bollinger. 2,079,631. 
Bolser, Clark M., assignor to The Bolser Corporation. 

2.679,370, CI. 248 — 33. 
Bolser Corporation, The, assignee : See — 

Bolser, Clark M. 2,079,370. 
Bolsey, Jacques, New York, N. Y. Camera body con- 
struction. 2,604,798. Jan. 5. 
Bolsey. Jacques, New York, N. Y. Rotatable 
rangement for cinematographic cameras. 
Mar. 16. 

2,682,192, CI. 88—16. 
2.087.009. CI. 88 — 16. 
2.689,509, CI. 95 — 44. 
O., and F. F. Pagel. 



W. 
Co. 



Co. 



.shutter ar- 
2,672,073. 



2,693.647, CI. 



Bolsey, Jacques. 
Bolsey, Jacques. 
Bolsey, Jacques. 
Bolster, Robert 

35—10.4. 
Bolt, John A. : See — 

P.ranskv. David W., Bolt, Stacy, and Feller. 

Tom. Theodore P... and Bolt. 2,093,442. 
Holtich, Charles. 2,683,877, CI. 2—11. 
Bolton. Arthur, deceased (bv ^lartin's Bank Limited and 

R. Tilnev. executors). 2,080,606, CI. 262 — 14. 
Bolton, Harry G., to Eorg-Warner Corp. 2,684,057, CI. 

123 — 119. 
Bolton. John W.. & Sons, Inc. : See — 

Prevost, Bruno E. 2,674,163. 

I'revost. Brunn E. 2.086,462. 

Stuck Harold D. 2.680.484. 
Bolton. Otto. 2.075.579. f'l. 17 — 1. 

Bolton. William E. 2.088.262. CI. 74 — 563. , 

Boltz. Jacob, Knitting Mill. Inc. : See — 

Walters. Lyman. 2.697.220. 
Bomae Laboratories Inc. : Sec — 

Booth. Harold C. 2,680.207. 

Briggs, Richard S. 2,084,880. 
Boman. Donald P. : See — 

Boman, Elmer. 2.092.470. 
Boman. Elmer. '1. to D. P. Boman. 2.092.470. CI. 50- 328. 
Bomback, Richard H.. assignor of '/i to H. Von Fraunhofer. 

2,679,456, CI. 95—2. 
Bombara. Carlo. 2.096,418, CI. 312 — 235. 
Bomberger, David C. and IT. G. Och. to Bell Telephone 

Laboratories. Inc. 2.086.099. CI. 340—8. 
Bona. George P.. : Srr — 

Rowe. Richard G.. and Bona. 2,680.070. 
Bonacci. Dominic P. : See — 

Demas, Perrv. and Bonacci. 2.692,076. 
Bonacci, Harry T). 2,689,140, O. 285—62. 
Bonafide Mills, Inc. : See — 

Nobis, George V. 2.093,058. 

Rowe, William, and Cohen. 

Spector. Samuel. 2,678.129. 
Bonander, Harold E., and P. A. Backman. 2,697,913, CI. 

61 — 28. 
Bonanno, Joseph L., Madison, X. J., assignor to The Lionel 
Corporation, New York. X. Y. Toy railroad track. 
2,673,089, Mar. 30. 



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INDEX OF I'ATENTS, 19r)4 



, assignor to The Lionel 
Thermul delay switch. 



Uonanno, Joseph L., Madison, N. J 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
2,«73,00'J, Mar. 30. 

liouanno, Joseph L., assignor to The Lionel Corporation. 
2,070,425, CI. 39 — 7. 

Bonanno. Joseph I,. 2,678,578, CI. 81—125. 

Bonunno, Joseph L., assignor to The Lionel Corporation. 
2,079,000. CI. 307—2. 

Honaniio. Joseph L., to The Lionel Corp. 2,688,819, CI. 
40—12. 

Bonanno, Joseph L., Madison, and A. D. (iash. Jr., Irving- 
ton, N. J., assignors to The Lionel Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Toy for handling toy merchandise. 
2,664,664, Jan. 5. 

Bontiwntiira, Filiberto A., and D. K. Pl.vmpton. 2,088,922, 
CI. lo:; -1. 

Bonavcntura, Filibcrto A., and D. E. Plynipton. 2,088,923. 
CI. 103 — 1. 

Bond, Donald C, Crystal Lake, a.<:signor to The Pure Oil 
Company, Chicago, 111. Fracturing rock formations. 
2,672,930, Mar. 23. 

Bond, Donald C, to The Pure Oil Co. 2,693,855, CI. 
100 — 29. 

Bond. Donald C, and G. G. Bernard, assignors to The 
Pure Oil Company. 2,675,083. CI. 100—25. 

Bond, Donald C, and G. G. Bernard, assignors to The 
Pure Oil Company. 2,679,294. CI. 166—25. 

Bond, Donald C, and R. H. Lorenz, to The Pure Oil Co. 
2,690,428. 01. 252—8.55. 

Bond. Donald S.. to Kadio Corp. of America. 2,689,926, 
CI. 31.5—12. 

Bond. Donald S.. and D. G. jMoore, assignors to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. 2,670,260, CI. 250 — 36. 

Bond, Frederick \V.. Jr. : See — 

Whitehurst. George A., and Bond. 2.686.G45. 

Bond. John C. : See — 

Goulding. Albert, Jr., Bond, Emrick, and Krosse. 
2.689,372. 

Bond. Orson H., and W. E. Wright, assignors to Sea Island 
Mills. Inc. 2.674.010, CI. 19—12. 

Bond, Robert W. : See — 

Gapen, Clark C, and Bond. 2,678,903. 

Bond. Virgil V.. to Portion Pack. Inc. 2.689.798. CI. 
99—171. 

Bond, Walter L.. M. Sparks, and G. K. Teal, to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Inc. 2,694,024, CI. 148 — 33. 

Bondesen, Bonde. 2,688,816, CI. 43 — 53.5. 

Bondi, Arnold A„ assignor, by mesne assignments, to Shell 
Development Company. 2,678,918, CI. 252 — 12. 

Bondi. Joseph W.. assignor to Associated British Oil En- 
gines Limited. 2,074,984, CI. 123—32. 

Bondley, Ralph J., Scotia. N. Y.. assignor to 
Electric Company. Current collector. 2 
Feb. 9. 

Bondon, Lewis A., Arlington, N. J. Pressurized multicon- 
ductor bulkhead connector assembly. 2,672,500, Mar. 16. 

Bone, Herbert L. : See — 

Woods, Robert A., and Bone. 2,677,048. 

Bone, Herbert L.. Forest Hills. Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Air Brake Company. Railway switch lever latch 
stand. 2,609,858. Feb. 23. 

Bonewitz. Paul W., E. H. Fults, and S. W. Hockett. 
2,078.303. CI. 252—156. 

Bong Walter A. : See — 

Hastings, Russell, Jr., and Bong. 2,687,190. 

Bongiovanni, Joseph T. 2,693,257, CI. 189 — 75. 

Bonham. Alvin B., Pomona, Calif. Basketball goal at- 
taching means. 2,666,641, Jan. 19. 

Bonham, Douglas L. : See — 

Wasson, Jones I., and Bonham. 

Bonham. Walter R. 2,075.899. CI. 192—48. 

Bonhomme, Frangois R. : iSee — ■ 

Droin, Jacques P. M., and Bonhomme. 2.683,371. 

Boni. Alessandro. Rome. Italy. Permutatively operable 
keyboard and character selecting mechanism tor writing 
machines. 2.666,516, Jan. 19. 

Bonine, James G. : See — 

Morrison, Clyde W., Bonine, and Marisay. 

Bonine, Ralph O. : See — 

Boden, Samuel H.. and Bonine. 2,670.779. 

Bonini, John H., assignor to Marathon Corporation. 
2,678,770. CI. 229—87. 

Bonmartiui. (iiovauni, assignor to "Est" Etablissement 
Sciences Techniques. 2.680,464, CI. 152 — 350. 

Bonn, Lawrence R. 2,696,278, CI. 188 — 88. 

Bonn, Theodore H. : See — 

Welsh, Herbert F., Wendell, and Bonn. 2,682,335. 

Bonnefoy, Emile : See — 

Van de Walle, Edmond and C, and Bonnefoy. 

Bonnor, Arthur L.. Chatham, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories. Incorporated, New York. N. Y. Loss 
measurement in two-way electrical transmission systems. 
2.666.099, Jan. 12. 

Bonner, William A.. East Alton, 111., assignor to Shell 
Development Company, Emeryville. Calif. Fuel oil com- 
position. 2.672,408. Mar. 16. 

Bonnett, Plorace W. : See — 

Jensen. Harry T.. and Bonnett. 

Bonnett, John R. : See — 

Keleh. Lester F.. and Bonnett. 

Bonnett, Laura. 2,082,662, CI. 2—78. 

Bonnette, Leroy E. : See — 

Born. Ellis H., McCullough. and Bonnette. 2,696.189. 



M., to Bernard Tissot-Dupont. 
Louis, Mo. Automatic clutch. 



General 
,668,923, 



Bonnevay, No61 F. A. 

2.695,112. CI. 217—7. 
Bonney, David W., St. 

2.672,964, Mar. 23. 
Bonney. Everard A., assignor to the United States of 

America as represented by the Secretary of the Navy. 

2,678,560. CI. 73 — 147. 
liounev. George H. 2,077,282. CI. 74 — 109. 
Bonney, John L. V., Jr. 2,078.12.5. CI. 198—139. 
Bonoml, Ottorlno G. 2.677,290, CI. 77—32. 
Bonotto. Michele. 2.680.192. CI. 260 — 412.8. 
Bontenipo. Harry. 2.093.970, CI. 292—210. 
Book Machinery Company Limited, The, assignee : -See — 

French, Lionel J. B. R. 
Booke, Kenneth E., and J. F. Gilmore, to Westinghouse 

Electric Corp. 2,685,701, CI. 15—102. 
Boon. William It., and C 11. \asey. .Manchester, Eng- 
land, assignors to Imperial (.'heniical Industries Limited. 

2.alko.\yhexahydropyrimi(line-4.6-(li<iiic' derivatives and 

preparing same. 2,606,056, Jan. 12. 
Boone, Philip, Winchester, assignor to American Optical 

Company, Southbrldge, Mas.^. Variable light-modifying 

device for phase contrast. 2,666.301, Jan. 19. 
Boone, Philip. 2.087.673. CI. 88-05. 
Boonton Radio Corp. : Sec — 

Wheeler. Harold A. 2.081.434. 
Boos. Franz. 2.690,154, CI. 116—117. 
Boosman, I'rank C, to The Parker Appliance Co. 

2.085.290. CI. 137 — 112. 
Boot, Henry A. H. : Sec- 
Randall. John T.. Sayers, Boot, and Dawton. 
2.680,827. 
Booth. Andrew D.. assignor to The British Tabulating 

Machine Company Limited. 2.680,819. CI. 307 — 88. 
Booth, Arthur, to Interchemical Corp. 2.691,005, CI. 

260—22. 
Booth, Christopher H., assignor to Firth-Brown Tools 

Limited. 2,678.571. CI. 76 — 101. 
Booth. Eugene T., Jr., New York, N. Y., and H. C. 

Paxton, Oak Ridge, Tenn., assignors to the United 

States of America as represented by the United States 

Atomic Energy Commission. Sylphon sealed pump. 

2.668,656, Feb. 9. 
Booth, Frank, assignor, by mesne assignments, to The 

British Fibrak Separator Company Limited, Denton, 

near Manchester, England. Manufacture of separators 

for electric batteries. 2 673,887, Mar. 30. 
Booth, Frank, to The British Fibrak Separator Co. Ltd. 

2.683,400, CI. 92—39. 
Booth. George M., to Wallace & Tiernan Inc. 2,683,079, 

CT. 23—252. 
Booth, George W. 2,687,515, CI. 339— S. 
Booth, Harold C, assignor to Bomac Laboratories Inc. 

2,680,207, CI. 313—198. 
Booth. Harrv T.. assignor to United Aircraft Products, 

Inc. 2.675.828. CI. 137—612.1. 
Booth, Harrv T., to United Aircraft 

2,689.712. CI. 257—203. 
Booth, Henrv, to The Henry Booth 

2,088.188. CI. 33—2. 
Booth, Henry, Jlethods Corp.. The : See — 
Booth, Henrv. 2.688,188. 
Waller. Fred. 
Booth, Irving W., to Jim-Jon Toy Co. 

46—43. 
Booth, Jack J. 2,681.750, CI. 222—207. 
Booth. James H. : See — 

Kicks. Bernard E.. and Booth. 2,094.528. 
Booth James H., Venice Township, Shiawassee County, 

Mich., assignor to Thompson Products, Inc.. Cleveland, 

Ohio. Antifriction gear assembly. 2,604,760. Jan. 5. 



Products. Inc. 
Methods Corp. 



.'.686.386. CL 



H.. 



Inc. 



to Thompson Products, 

to Thompson Products, Inc. 

to Thompson Products, Inc. 

2,685,478, CI. 301—1. 

and J. M. Dobson, to American Cyananiid 



2.685,467, 
2,686,070, 
2,696,397, 



Booth, James 

CI. 287—90. 
Booth, James H., 

CI. 287—90. 
Booth, James H., 

CI. 287—60. 
Booth, Morris F. 
Booth, Robert B., 

Co. 2,695.101. CI. 209 — 166. 
Boothby. Clinton R.. and R. L. Jerrett, Toledo, Ohio. 

Electric windshield wiper. 2,670,492, Mar. 2. 
Boothby, Lawrence W. 2,081.999. CI. 250—40. 
Boothby, Lawrence W. 2,690,540, CI. 333 — 7. 
Boothby, Orlando : See — 

Sutton, George D., and Boothby. 2.698,218. 
Boothbv. Sarah H. : See — 

Sutton, George D., and Boothby. 2,698,218. 
Boothrovd. Wilson P.. assignor to Philco Corporation. 

2,680,151, CI. 179—15. 
Boothroyd, Wilson P., and E. M. Creamer, Jr., assignors 

to Philco Corporation. 2,080,153. CI. 179 — 15. 
Boots, Arthur A. Columbia, assignor to Cafa-Koll, Inc.. 

Carthage, Mo. Food serving conveyer. 2.666,519, Jan. 

19. 
Boots Pure Drug Co. Ltd. : See — 

Short, Wallace F., Brodrick, and Donaldson. 
2,683,711. 
Bopf, Edward C, and F. A. Thomann, Des Moines, as- 
signors to Deere Manufacturing Co., Dubuque, Iowa. 

Multirow cotton harvester. 2.672,001, Mar. 16. 
Bopp. Cecil W. 2,678,638, CI. 121—38. 
Borax Consolidated, Ltd. : See — 

O'Brien, Patrick J., and Connell. 2,690,387. 



LIST OF PATENTE1-:S 



61 



Uorberu, Willy. to Internatlonul Projector Corp. 
2.()8'J,021. CI. 184-6. 

Borberg, Willy, to 0«'nt.Tal PrecUlon Laboratory Inc. 
2,691,320. CI. 88 — 18. 

Borchardt, Lester K.. and C. B. Pelt, assignors to General 
Mills. Inc. 2.678.134. CI. 229 — 62. 

Borchardt. Robert E.. to Barber-Colman Co. 2,695.4.39, 
P| 28— -46 

IJorchelt. Waidcinar H. : See — 

Chcrmendy, Carl V.. and Borchelt. 2,68.').624. 

BorcherdlnR. Jan : See — 

Buchner. Robert B.. and Borcherding. 2.697.750. 

Borchers. Earl M., and A. \V. Ahlgren, to American Cabinet 
Hardware Corp. 2,6y4,.J92. CI. 292 — 251..^. 

Borck, Alfred O., TulUnge, assignor to Aktiebolaget Separa- 
tor, Stockholm, Sweden. Device for mixing and homoge- 
nizing liquids. 2,673,075, Mar. 23. 

Borden Co., The : See— 

HelUgraann. Randall G.. and Benlngton. 2,685.575. 
Howard. Hartley \V., Block, and Sevall. 
Stuart, Gerald H.. Howard, Watson, Clickner, and 
Sommer. 2,682,469. 

Borden, David M. : See — 

Huebner, George J., Jr., and Borden. 2.683.583. 
Borden. Joseph H., to Ilaughton Elevator Co. 2,685.348, 

CI. 187—29. 
Borden. Moro M., to Simplex Valve & Meter Co. 2,681,575, 

CI. 73 — 407. 
Borden, Moro M., to Simplex Valve & Meter Co. 2,683,372, 

CI. 73—321. 
Bordewleck, Robert W., and J. O. Roebuck, to Moore Elec- 
tronic Laboratories, Inc. 2,686,277, CI. 315—83. 
Borel. Walter A. 2,679.703. CI. 37—92. 
Boreysza, Georg J. 2.682.095. CI. 28 — 43. 
Borg, George W.. Corp., The : See — 

Foote. Harold G. 2.692,603. 

Johnston, Samuel A. 

Lawson. Robert R., and McKie. 2,696,072. 

Schmidt, Arnold W. 2,680.300. 

Van Alen. De Witt T. 

Van Alen. De Witt T.. and Foote. 
Borg, Herbert F. 2,695,757, CI. 242—18. 
Borg-Warner Corp. : See — 

Armantrout. Kenneth M. 2.076,684. 

Baule. Werner G. 2.679.768. 

Bolton, Harry G. 2,684,057. 

Compton, James A. 2,695,566. 

Compton. James A. 2,090,172. 

Condon, Francis H. 2,681,469. 

Emerson, John R. 2,689,527. 

English. Herdis G. 2.675.678. 

Flinn, George E. 2.682,786. 

Foley, Jerald E. 

Gerhardt, Andrew H., and Frey. 2,679,741. 

Gillespie, Daniel C. 2,677,448. 

Gommel, Dewey E. 

Hannum, John A. 2,092.194. 

Hannum. John A., and Epel. 2,692.195. 

Holdeman, John W. 2,682,787. 

Holdeman, John W. 2,689,490. 

Hornaday, James R. 

Hubacker, Earl F., and Tarleton. 

Ingersoll, Roy C. 

Jandasek, Vladimir J. 2,683,509. 

Jandasek, Vladimir J., and Leitner. 2,696,171. 

Kanuch, John A. 

Kanuch. John A. 2,680,347. 

Kanuoh. John A. 2,687,869. 

Kelbel, Donald W. 

Kelbel, Donald W. 2,682,177. 

Kelbel, Donald W., and Flinn. 2,693,711. 

Lauck, John A. 

Lauck, John A. 2,676,.o48. 

Lauck, John A. 2,685.342. 

Lauck, John A. 2,694.979. 

Lauck. John A., and Compton. 

Lauck, John A., and Compton. 2,694,980. 

Lawson, Henry W. 2,694.423. 

McAninch. Herbert A., and Tharpe 2,697,355. 

Nutt. Harold. 

Potgieter, Fred M. 2,689.468. 

Prijatel. Edward A. 2.680.453. 

Reed. Harold V.. and Smirl. 2,692,663. 

Rockwell, Edward A. 

Russey. Edward S. 2.687,928. 

Swenson, Carl E. 2,683,508. 

Swenson, Carl E. 2.693.868. 

Tenney. Raymond M., Hornaday, and Reeves. 

Troendly. Harry P. 2.683,510. 

Turner. Harold H. 2.689,633. 

Warrick, Leiand K., and La Flame. 

Wavak, Charles R. 2,677.449. 

Wichorek. Edmund F. 2.691.945. 

Zeldler, Reinhold C. 

Zeidler. Reinhold C. 2.692.560. 

Zeidler. Reinhold C. 2,692.561. 

Zeidler. Reinhold C. 2.692,562. 

Zeidler, Reinhold C. 2,694,478. 
P.orgen, Leif I. 2.675,639. CI. 43—35. 
Rorgerd, William F. : See — 

Calling, John, and Borgerd. 2,690,940. 

Calling. John, .ind Borgerd. 2,694,607. 



Co. 



International Harvester Co. 
International Harvester Co. 
International Harvester Co. 



W. 



Goss, Milwaukee, Wis., as- 
Co. Expansion clo- 



assignor to the 



Borgerd, William F.. Bvansvllle, Ind., assignor to Inter- 
national Harvester Company. Control valve for spray 
systems. 2.(ili4,71.'). Jan. .'>. 

Borgerd. William l<\, Evansvllie, Ind.. assignor to Inter- 
national ilarvpstcr Company. Wall mounted console 
type air conditioning apparatus. 2.604.720. Jan. 5. 

Borgerd, William K., to International Harvester 
2.682.757, CI. 02—129. 

Borgerd, William F., to 
2,082,900. CI. 214 — 130. 

Borgerd, William F., to 
2,088,460, CI. 251—68. 

Borgerd, William F., to 
2.690,049, CI. 02 — 4. 

Morge.s, Walter F., and V. 

signors to Wrought Washer Mfg. 
sure plug. 2,06.5,818. Jan. 12. 

liorian. Daron : *'ee — 

Koval, Walter C. 2.694,857. 

Borkowski, Casimor J., Oak Ridge, Tenn. 

United States of America as represented by the United 
States Atomic Energy Commission. Survey instrument. 
2.666.86.5. Jan. 19. 

Borland, James N., assignor to Standard Railway Equip- 
ment Manufacturing Company. 2,679,419, CI. 292 — 
250.5. 

Born, Ellis H. : Sec- 
Adams, Cecil E., and Born. 2,696,196. 

Born, Ellis H., assignor to The Denison Engineering Com- 
pany. 2,074,853. CI. 00—97. 

Born, Ellis H., E. M. McCulIough. and L. E. Bonnette. to 
The Denison Engineering Co. 2.696,189, CI. 116 — 124. 

Born. Paul L. 2.688.975, CT. 137 — 73. 

Bornemann. William, to Eastman Kodak Co. 2,688,281. 
CI. 9,5—89. . ' ' > 

Bornhuetter, William C. 2,691,721, CI. 240 — 73. 

Bornor, Donald H. : See — 

Brereton, John G., Baldauski, and Bornor. 2.082.467. 

Bornus. Melford B.. Montevideo. Minn. Xail pulling at- 
tachment for hammers. 2,605,882, Jan. 12. 

Bornzin, James H. : See — 

Raney, Russell R., and Bornzin. 2,685,804. 

Boron, Frank J., to American Brake Shoe Co. 2,681 728 
CI. 198—201. 

Corowick, Emma G., New York, X. Y. Dispenser or appli- 
cator. 2.609,232, Feb. 16. 

Borrelli, Ralph : See — 

Orsatti, Loui.s A., and Borrelli. 2,695,784. 

Borroughs Tool & Equipment Co. : See — 
Dclehanty. Allen J. 2,090,070. 

Borrowdale, Orville J. 2,683,524, CI. 198 — 211. 

Bor.st, Lyie B., Oak Ridge, Tenn., as.slgnor to the United 
States of America as represented by the United States 
Atomic Energy Commission. Spectrometer. 2,066 147 
.Th Ti 1 2 

Bortner, David C, assignor to Reed Standard Corporation. 
2.678.664^ CI. 1^8—25. 

Bortnick, Xewman M., Oreland, assignor to Rohm & Haas 



Company, Philadelphia, Pa 

amines. 2,671,787. Mar. 9. 
Bortnick. Newman M., to Ilohm & Haas Co 

CI. 260—77.5. 
Bortnick, Newman M.. to Rohm & Haas Co. 

CI. 260 — 453. 
Bortnick. Newman M., to Rohm & Haas Co. 

CI. 200 — 77.5. 
Bortz. Harry A.. Pittsburgh, Pa. 



2,071,319, Mar. 9 



Tetrachlorobenzoguan- 

2,686,772, 

2,692,275, 

2,694,695, 

Refrigerated storage 



and display cabinet. 
Boniff. Clair S. : See — 

Buswell. Arthur M., and Boruff. 2,686,146. 
Borushko. Michael .T.. as.signor to Harding Manufacturing 

Company. 2.675.779. CI. 118—65. 
Bory. Jacques M. : See — 

Douris. Roger G.. and Bory. 
Bos, Julius G. : See — 

Vermeulen, Roelof. Alink. and Bos. 2.681,802. 
Bos, Louis B., and F. C. McCoy, to The Texas Co. 
2,681,891. CI. 252 — 75. 

Bosch, Frederick W., Worland, Wyo. Vehicle oi)erate(l 

cattle gate. 2.671,976, Mar. 16. 
Bosch. Jack. Smithtown. N. Y. Fluid transmission sys- 
tem. 2,671,543, Mar. 9. 
Bosch. Johannes N.. to Staatsbedrijf der Posterijen, 

Telegrafie en Telefonie. 2,689,526. CI. 101 — 371. 
Bosch, Robert, G. m. b. H. : See — 
Bacher. Gottlob. 2.694.827. 
Harnisch. Alfred. 2,680.838. 
Klett, Erich. 2,685,042. 
Traub, Eberhardt. 2.687.361. 
Zehender. Ernst. 2,693,735. 
Boser, John P. and N. 2,682,064, CI. 9—17. 
Boser, Nlckolas : See — 

Boser, John P. and N. 2,682,064. 
Bosley, Frank J. 2,690,909, CI. 270— IS. 
Bosoraworth. George P.. Akron, and .S. M. Clark. Parma, 
assignors to The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, 
Akron. Ohio. Fastening device. 2,665,467, Jan. 12. 
Bosqui, Francis L. : See — 

McKay, James B., Roberts, and Bosqui. 2,677,608, 
Bo.squi, Francis L.. and T. D. Heath, to The Dorr Co. 
2,692,677. CI. 209— ,^9. 



62 



INDEX OK I'ATENTS, l!).-.4 



lloHsard, Werner, Itielicu, ncni- Huisi'l, assicnor t(i J. K. 

(ieiKy A. (J., Haspl. Switzerland. Copperable disazo dye- 

stuft's. 2,I>70,34G, Felj. 2;i. 
Bosse. Heinrich, to International Standard Electric Corp. 

2,686,265. CI. 250—33. 
Uosscrinan, Charles A., ahsi^nor to I'.ocini; Airplane Com- 
pany, Seattle. Wash. Tab control. 2,0(i9,401, Feb. Id. 
Bossert. Friedricli : See — 

Andersag, Hans Weese, and Bossert. 
Bossert, Norman K.,'and T. Wasner, assignors of one-third 

to E. C. Reimche, Lodi, Calif. Seat back rest. 

2,066,474, Jan. 19. „„ , ^., 

Bos.xhard, Hans, to J. K. Ceisy A. G. 2.092.2C2. CI. 

200—1.34. 
Bostelman. Otto. 2,078,054, CI. 135 — 40. 
Bostick. Winston H. : See — _ 

Rehliopr. Harold L., and Bostick. 2,67 (,80o. 
Bostitch, Inc. : See — 

Lindstrom, Charles M. 2,678,443. 
Lindstrom, Charles M. 2,082,054. 
Bostock, James H., R. A. Hasty, and H. C. Otis. a.ssignors 

to Otis Engineering Corporation. 2,670,782, CI. 

2.-)l— 364, 
Boston Gear Works — Division The Murray Company of 

Texas, Inc., assignee: See — 
Schumb, Martin T. 
Boston, John li. : See- 
Watson. Romaine E., Boston, and Lehmeier. 
Boston Machine Works Company, assignee : See — 

Dennis, Ralph L., and Pohle. 2,676,648. 
Boston Metals Co., The : See — 

Linnenbank, Donald, Money, and Noel, Jr. 2,687,106. 
Bostwick, Henry C, Coventry Township. Summit County, 

assignor to Akron Standard Mold Company. Akron, 

Ohio Methnd of and apparatus for coating fabric on 

either or both faces. 2,668,.572, Feb. 9. 
Bostwick, Lee G., Florham Park, N. J., assignor to Bell 

Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 

Vibrating reed device. 2,073,482, Mar. 30. 
Bostwick, Wallace L., and S. M. Terry, Columbus, as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to The United States 

Playing Card Companv, Cincinnati, Ohio, and National 

Publishing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Carrier-backed 

decorative material. 2,670,555, Mar. 2. 
Boswell, Thomas L., to Elgin National Watch Co. 

2.683,184, CI. 136—107. ^ . 

Boteler Henry W. East Greenwich, assignor to Grinnell 

Corporation". Providence. R. I. Tandem acting fluid 

nressure actuator. 2,671,470. Mar. 9. 
Boteler Henry W., assignor to Grinnell Corporation. 

2,678,662. Ci. 137 — 788. 
Boterweg. Dirk, and F. C. W. Slooff, to Hartford National 

Bank and Trust Co., as trustee. 2,685,010, CI. 200—92. 
Both, Tonjes A. C, to Bridgeport Brass Co. 2,695,814. 

CI. 299 95. 

Botham, George H.. J. F. Lancaster, and D. W. O. Dawson. 

to The A. P. V. Co. Ltd. 2,689,177. CI. 75—125. 
Boticki John I., Lake Milton, Ohio. Tongs with work 

holding jaws. 2.608,733, Feb. 9. 
Botkin, Carl, and J. Sulich, Jr., to General Aniline & Film 

Corp. 2,094,010, CI. 95—0. 
Bott Hugh R , and H. M. Spiers, to The Perniutit 

Co'. Ltd.. Stewarts & Lloyds Ltd.. and The Woodall- 

Duckham Vertical Retort and Oven Construction Co. 

(1920) Ltd. 2.087.999. CI. 210—24. 
Bottenberg, Kenneth C, to Phillips Petroleum Co. 

2,690,989, CI. 196 — 4. 
Bottenhorn, Hermann A., assignor to Hydropress, Incor- 
porated. 2,679,900, CI. 164 — 60. 
Bottger, Hans : See — 

Neugebauer, Wilhelm, Tomanek, and Bottger. 
Bottoni, Robert J., and V. G. Haroldson, to Unimatic 

Corp. 2.686,064, CI. 285—6.5. 
Bottos. Baltassar. 2,698.200. CI. 
Botts, Henrv W., to Hercules 

CI. 102 — 24. 
Bouchard, Gaston R., Bougival. France. 

device. 2.666,308. Jan. 19. 
Bouchard. Orezul. Montreal. Quebec. Canada. Log-bark- 
ing machine having a gimbnl mounting for toothed log- 
feeding wheels. 2.669.206, Feb. 10. 
Boucher. Charles E., to S. Vessot Co. Ltd. 2,681,768, 

CI. 241—81. 
Boucher. Frank O.. Tulsa, Okla., assignor to Standard Oil 

Devplniiinent Companv. Seismogram trace analyzer. 

2,071.375, Mar. 9. 
Boucher. Raymond W., to Hedstrom Union Co. 2,691,410, 

CI. l.-).-j— 143. 
Boucheron. Pierre H.. Jr., to Radio Corp. of America. 

2,690.472. CI. 178—5.8. 
Bouchet. Georges, to Prosilis. 2,687.126, CI. 120 — 270. 
Boudreaux, Edwin J. 2,674,380. CI. 214 — 9. 
Houghton, Roger C. assignor, by mesne assignments, to 

Southern Pipe & Casing Co. 2,679,410, CI. 285 — 119. 
Bonghtwood. John E.. Halesite, assignor to The Western 

Union Telegraph Company. New York, N. Y. Pulse 

modulation phasing. 2,672,517, Mar. 16. 
Boui.x. Maurice, Paris. France. Rotary .ioint with axial 

recess for centimetric radars. 2,671,885, Mar. 9. 

Boulard, Georges. 2,696,791, CI. 104 — 3. 
Boulet. Georges. Toulouse. France. Revolving combustion 
chamber with lubrication means. 2.667.032, Jan. 20. 



299—69. 
Powder Co 



2,687,093, 
Universal .ioint 



Boule.v. L.'Wis F. 2,689,1117. CI. 170 — 173. 
Bouligny. R. H., Inc., asHignee : .s'ce — 
Moselcv. (Miarles W. 

PhlliboKian. Stephen, Rowe, and Stolp. 2,678,522. 
Rowe. Oliver R., ,ind Stolp. 2,679.996. 
Boulter, Raymond A. : See — 

Lloyd, Peter, Shilling, Brown, and Boulter. 
IJoulton. Robert K. 2,084,163, CI. 214- -140. 
IloiiiJia. I'rank. and A. van der \'liet. Zeeland. .Mich. Aux- 
iljaiy Ir.ution device for vehitle.-i. 2,671,698, Mar. 9. 
I'.our, John .\. 2,(i93,900. CI. 273 — 127. 
Bourgeoi.s, Charles, .\ntwerp, Belgium. Sound-absorbing 

p.iMcl. 2.i;71..')22, Mar. '.). 
r.iiiirkc. ICdLMi- R. : See-- 

r.arrett, Edward L. 2,084,390. 
Barrett, Edward L. 2,692,745. 
Bourne, Douglas J. : See — 

Atwood, (Jeorge E.. and Bourne. 2.690.912. 
Bourne, Joseph B., and C. Croomc 2.096.280, CI. 189—75. 
Bourne. Roland B., to The Maxim Silencer Co. 2,681,516, 

CI. 37—43. 
Bourncr, Howard L., assignor to Temco, Inc., Nashville, 

Tenn. Drying apparatus. 2,664,646, Jan. 5. 
Bourret. Georges : See — 

Fouron. Pierre, and Bourret. 2.690.031 . 
Fouron. Pierre, and Bourret. 2,696.082. 
Fouron. Pierre, and Bourret. 2,698,005. 
Bourseau. Jean, and G. Comte, to Compagnie Generale 

d'Electricite. 2,696,531, CI. 179—175.3. 
Bousson, Robert : See — 

Doussain, Robert. Bousson, and Perrier. 2,690,810. 
Boutell, Albert R., to Eastman Kodak Co. 2,088,220, CI. 

51—235. 
Boutelle, Allen O., assignor to Thomas Industries Inc. 

2.680,841. CI. 339—102. 
Boutelle. Richard S., Hagerstown, Md., assignor to Fair- 
child Engine and Airplane Corporation. Jet augmenta- 
tion arrangement. Re. 23,792, Mar. 2. 
Bouthillette, Antonio, and E. .St. Pierre, assignors to 

Hemphill Company. 2.676,474, CI. 66 — 179. 
Boutillon. Henri, to Etablissements Boutillon S. A. 

2,682,308, CI. 235—01. 
Boutin, Charles. 2,685.408, CI. 235—61.5. 
Bouton, Edgar M., assignor to Westinghouse Electric Cor- 
poration. 2.670.673, CI. 187—32. 
Bouton. Gertrude V. : See — 

Vischer, Alfred, Jr. 2,691,090. 
Bouvat-Martin, Jean, assignor to Societe Anonvme dite : 

Societe General Isothermos. 2,674.503, CI. 308 — 84. 
Bouvier, Gabriel S., and R. P. Clair. 2,691,003. CI. 
260 — 17.3. 

Bouwers, Albert, to N. V. Optische Industrie "de Oude 

Delft." 2,083,810, CI. 250—213. 
Bouzitat, Jean, C. >I. Ducot, and P. Perilhou, assignors to 
Office National d'Etudes et de Recherches Aeronau- 
tiriues. 2,077,820. CI. 343—106. 
Bouzitat, Jean. C. M. Ducot, and P. Perilhou, assignors 
to Office National d'Etudes et de Recherches Aeronau- 
tiques. 2.677,821, CI. 343 — 108. 

Bovard, Charles M. : See — 

Ramsey. Robert P., Morain. and Bovard. 2,676,578. 

Bove. Josephine : See — 

Bove. Rosario and J. 2,697,838. 

Bove. Rosario and J. 2.697,838, CI. 2 — 279. 

Bowan. Walter J. : See — 

Mueller, Frank H., and Bowan. 2,691.384. 

Bowden. Andrew T.. assignor to C. A. Parsons & Com- 
pany Limited. 2,074.849, CI. 00—39.66. 

Bowden. Cyril H., and E. V. Cooke, to Imperial Chemical 
Industries Ltd. 2.698.287, CI. 202 — 158. 

Bowden, James J., Warren, Ohio. Fluidizing slag in the 
manufacture of steel by open hearth and electric fur- 
nace processes. Re. 23,778, Feb. 9. 

Bowden, John W.. to Lord & Burnham, Division of Burn- 
ham Corp. 2.691,352, CI. 108 — 16. 

Bowditch. Hoel L.. assitrnor to The Foxboro Company. 
Foxboro. Mass. Recording instrument strip chart mech- 
anism. 2.071,710. Mar. 9.^ 

Bowditch. Hoel L., to The Foxboro Co. 2.696,833, CI. 
137—625.12. 

Bowditch, Hoel L., D. H. Fuller, and M. Bradner. assignors 
to The Foxboro Company. 2,674,513, CI. 346 — 16. 

Bowen. Albert M. : See — 

Montooth, George A., and Bowen. 2.697,605. 

P.owen. Billi : f^re— 

Metzler. Charles L.. Wark. and Bowen. 2.681.185 

Bowen. Bradford T.. Rumford, assignor of one-half to 
R. F. Walker. Providence, R. I. Counterbore attach- 
ment. 2,667,795. Feb. 2. 

Bowen. E.tiI ^l.. assicnor to The IngersoU Milling Ma- 
chine Conip.inv. Rockford, III. Boring machine. 
2,607,091, Jan. 20. 

P.owen. .Toe. to Alexander H. Kerr and Co., Inc. 2,695.125, 
CI. 226 — 88. 

Bowen. John D. 2.088.243, CI. 68—213. 

Bowen. Norman E. 2.698.184. CI. 275 — 8. 

Bowen Products Corporation, assignee : See — 
Otte. Henr.v. 

Bowen. Raymond H. Holley. N. Y. Ditching l)lad(> at- 
tachment for tractor operated plows. 2,670,550, Mar. 2. 

Bowen. Ravmond P. : See — 

Blair. Ben H.. and Bowen. 2,695,780. 



I.isr OF I'ATENTKES 



6:j 



Boweii, Kichard G. 2,696,228. CI. 143—135. 
Bowon. !>t"th T. : Srv — 

Fortpss, Frod. and Uowon. 2.f)7(i.ir)2. 
Bowen. Tom, to PuUars Instruments Ltd. 2,681.635. 

CI. 116—129. 
Bowen. William E. 2.687.264. CI. 248 — 210. 
Bowen. Williani S.. We.^tfield. X. J. Two-tluid centrifupal 

sprav machine. 2.0().").942. .Tan. 12. 
Bower. Cl.vde S. P.. assifrnor of one-half to AV. R. MeLaln, 

Philadelphia, Pa. Thermoplastic sealins of baps with 

vacnum nozzles. 2.672,268, Mar. 16. 
Bower, Earl J. 2,674,246, CI. 128—215. 
Bower. Frank A. : See— 

Daub. Rudolph. 2.685.729. 
Bower. Fred C. to The Black-Clawson Co. 2,696,638. CI. 

18—10. 
Bower. Oeorse D.. to Milwaukee Gas Specialty Co. 

2.r>n.3..-.is, ri. 2nn— i.^n. 
Bower. John O. 2.682.872. CI. 128— 1.56. 
Bowerins. Henry O.. assignor to Kinney Manufacturini; 



Xeedham. Mass. Vacuum pump. 2.668.65." 



2.687..335. CI. 309 — I. 
2.688.983. CI. 137—793. 
. to General Electric Co. 



2.684,993. 



Company, 

Feb. 9. 
Bowerman. Hulie E. 
Bowerman. Hulie E. 
Bowers. Benjamin X. 

CI. 174—17. 
Bowers. Claude E. 2.688.417. CI. 220 — 3.9. 
Howers. Dana \V.. Jr., and R. .X. Oriosheimer. assignors. 

hy mesne assignments, to the United States of America 

as represented by the Secretary of the Navy. 2.677,109. 

a. 3.33-22. 

Bowers. James P.. 49^ to D. X'. Copp and R. O. Wilson. 
2,688.445. CI. 23.5—91. 

Bowers. James P.. 49% to D. X. Copp and R. O. Wilson. 

2.690.117. CI. 101-96. 
Bowers, Joseph H. 2. 671!. 567. CI. 119 — 77. 

Bowers. Lee : Flee — 

Conrad. Harry, and Bowers. 

Bower.i, Orville C. 2.691.718. CI. 240—2. 

Bowers. Posev R. : Sec — 

Conner. Leonidas E. 2,696.377. 

Bowers. Raymond W.. Three Rivers, and C. J. .Mexnnder. 
Moore P.nrk, assignors to Wells Manufacturing Corpo- 
ration. Three Rivers. Mich. H.vdraulicall.v-adjustahle 
horizontal band-sawing machine. 2.669,261, Fob. ]6. 

Bowers, Roy C. assignor to Morse Chain Company. 

2.680.3.59. CI. 64—28. 
Bowersox, IMarvin W. 2.676.598. 01. 134 — 56. 

Bowerston Shale Co., The : See — 
Milliken, Edward C. 2.682,696. 

Bowie, Benjamin T.. Greenville, S. C. Bulb changing de- 
vice. 2.669,478. Feb. 16. 

Bowie. Robert ^I.. ^Innhasset. N. Y., assignor to Svlvania 
Electric Products. Inc. Disk seal tube. 2,666,160, Jan. 
12. 

Bowie, Robert M., assignor to Svlvania Electric Products, 
Inc. 2.679.615, CI. 315 — 10. 

Bowland. Andrew, assignor to Williani M. Bailev Com- 
pany. Pittsburgh, Pa. Goggle valve. 2.668,558, Feb. 9. 

Bowles. Henry M. : See — 

Glcason. Augustus W., and Bowles. 

Bowles. Vernon O., to Socony-Vacuum Oil Co.. 
2,687,371. CI. 196 — 52. 

Bowles. Vernon O., to Socony-Vacuum Oil Co.. 
2.692,128. CI. 261 — 114. 

Bowlev. Raymond F., Boston. Mass. Bifurcated 
2.665,428. Jan. 12. 

Bowlus. Claude A. 2.698.127. CI. 230—1. 

Bowman. Alfred W. 2.682.256, CI. 121 — 14. 

Bowm.in. Charles C. : See — 

Sletten. Vernon O.. and Bowm.an. 

Bowman. Cliarles L.. and D. M. Kingsford. assignors to 
Gerber Products Company. Fremont. Alich. Washing 
and drying apparatus. 2.671.240, Mar. 9. 

Bowman, Charles L., and D. M. Kingsford, to Gerber 
Products Co. 2,683,315. CI. 34 — 12. 

Bowman. Clarence A. 2.687,084, CI. 100 — 93. 

Bowman. Donald F. : See — 

Ward, Peter W., and Bowman. 

Bowman. George L.. assignee : See — 
Jlueller. Herman H. 

Bowman. Glade B. : See — 

Hammond. Milton B.. and Bowman. 2,076.917. 

Bowman. Howard J., assignor to Trent Tube Company. 
East Troy. Wis. Method and apparatus for the produc- 
tion of welded tubing. 2.669.639. Feb. 16. 

Bowman. Hvman D., Raleigh, X. C. Well heater 
2,666.487, .Tan. 19. 

Bowman. Hyman D. 2.697.371. 01. 81 — 119. 

Bowman, Hyman R.. Raleigh. X. C. Illuminated electric 

razor frame. 2.666,842. Jan. 19. 
Bowman. .Tohn L.. assignee : See — 

Mueller. Herman H. 
Bowman, Spencer, to Le Roi Co. 2,683.362, CI. 64 — 29. 
Bowman, Wilma A. 2,698,155. CI. 248 — 311. 
Bowne, M. S., trustee : See — 

Webb. Cecil E. 2.693,016. 



Inc. 

Inc. 

skirt. 



Box. William E., J. T. 

Electromagnets Ltd. 
Box, Willi.im K.. J. T. 

Electromagnets Ltd. 



A. G. Turnock, 

209—223. 

A, G, Turnock, 

209—215. 



to 



til 



Bowser. Inc. : See — 

Klirnian. Frederick S. 
Fortener. Ilenrv J. 2.(!S1.2,"i 1 . 
Hark.s, Walter .M. 2,677,303. 
Herderhorst, Wilfred W. 2,698.112. 
-Mankin. Paul A. 
Pressler. Ralph B. 2,697.943. 
Rittenhouse. Howard E, 2,678,658. 
Romanowski. Albert F., and Weinecke. 2,684.796. 
Samiran. David. 2.698,191. 
Wynkoop, Charles N. 2,675,025. 
llowser, I'ercy I... Jr. : .Sec — 

Venner, William M., and Bowser. 2,676,371. 
Bowser Technical Refrigeration, division of Bowser, Inc. 
assignee : See — 
Shamroth. Jack, 
nowser, Theron L. : See — 

Bellamy, John I., and Bowser. 2,674,657. 
Bowser, Virgil L., and E. J. Dare. 2.682,824, CI. 97 — 226 
Box, E. O.. Jr., to Phillips Petroleum Co. 2,693,496 CI 
260—677. 

Claridge, and 
2,690,263, CI. 
Claridgo, and 

2,693,279, CI. __ 

Box, William T., and C. C. B. Moody, Jr., to B. J. Service 

Inc. 2,695,665, 01. 164 — .5. 
Hoxer. George K. : Sec — 

Holland, .\rnold J., Boxer, and Rickards. 2,694,679. 
Boxer. Leah 11, . i^ to J. R. Tiabucco. 2,691,878, 01. 66 — 4. 
Boxer, Moses P. 2,692.412. CI. 24 — 3. 

Royajean. John .\.. Jr., Upper Montclair. X. J., assignor to 
Paircliild Camera and Instrument Corporation. Image- 
reproducing plate and cylinder assembly. 2.608,498, 
Feb. 9. 

P.oyajean. John A.. Jr.. to Fairchild Camera and Instru- 
ment Corp. Re. 23,914. CI. 178 — 6.6. 

Royajian. Aram. Pittsfield. Mass.. assignor to General 
Electric Company. Polyphase transformer system with 
grounded neutral. 2,667,617, Jan. 26. 

Boyce, Hazen D. : See — 

Wilcox. Francis P.. Pitts, and Boyce. 2.697,846 

Boyce, Leonard D., Kirkwood, assignor to Carter Carbu- 
retor Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Transmission control 
mechanism. 2,673,474. Mar. 30. 

Boyce. Leonard D.. to Carter Carburetor Corp. 2.684,058 
CI. 123 — 122. 

Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research Inc : See — 
Denny. Prank E. 2.602,822 

Boyce, Willford H., and V. K. TTnrvlie. 2,089,331 CI 
324 — 34. 

Boyce. William C. : S"/' 

Hammond. Douglas L., and Bovce. 2,685 422 
Boyd. Bruce. S. I. Rambo, and R. H. Hagopian ito West- 

inghouse Electric Corp, 2,691,732, CI. 250—36. 
Boyd. Clyde R.. Baltimore, .Md. Combined elnctrically- 

mechanically operated clock. 2.669,088. Feb 16 
^°^^-r. I'a^i'J M.. Jr.. to Univer.sal Oil Products Co. 

2.684.326. O. 202 — 40. 
Boyd. Edmund H., to Papooservice Corp. 2,695,654 CI 

155 — 38. 

Boyd. Frederick E. 2.686,517. 01. 128 — 158 

Boyd. John : See — 

Berry, Williani, Oswin, and Boyd. 2,684,919. 

Boyd. John M.. J. Simpson, and R. AI. Mero, to Continental 
Can Co., Inc. 2.693,305, 01. 226 — 68 

Boyd. Roy W., A. Van Vooren. and H. Ruehl, to Interna- 
tional Harvester Co. 2,688,178, 01. 29 — 33 

Boyd, Thomas. Springfield, and R. M. Dickey, North Wil- 
braham, Mass., assignors to Monsanto Chemical Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. New catalytic process for the poly- 
merization of ethylene. 2.666,756, Jan. 19. 

Boyd. Thomas, Springfield, Mass., assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis. Mo. Polymeric titanium 
ester anhydrides. 2,666,772, Jan. 19. 

Boyd. Thomas, and R. E. Cairns, and 0. K. Bump, assign- 
ors to Monsanto Chemical Oompany. 2,676,102, 01. 

Boyd, Thomas, 

01. 260—429. 
Boyd, William H. : See 
Sparrow, Robert 0, 
Boyd. Winnett, to A. \ 

230 — 122. 



to Monsanto Chemical Co. 2,689,858, 



and Boyd. 2.689,069. 

Roe Canada Ltd. 2,693,904, 



01. 



Boyd, Winnett, Bobcaygeon, Ontario, R. G. Meschino 
Toronto, Ontario, and K. W. Jav. Weston, Ontario 
assignors to A. V. Roe Canada Limited, Malton On- 
tario, Canada. Plow distributor valve. 2,664.910 Jan 5 

Boyd, Winnett. and A. E. Pashley, assignors to A. V Roe 
Canada Limited. 2.674,844. Cl 60 — 35 6 

Boyd, Winnett, and J. T. Purvis, to A. V. Roe Canada Ltd. 
2,681,837, 01. 308—187. 

Boyd. Winnett, B. A. Avery, and J. P. Laviolette, to 
A. V. Roe Canada Ltd. 2,689,682, 01. 230 — 134. 

Boyden. Robert E., H. L. Clary, R. E. Eakin, R. D. Glen- 
nie. R. S. Mark, and W. A. Parson.s, assignors to Clary 
-Multiplier Corporation. 2.677,499, 01. 235 — 60.2. 

Boyden. Robert E., B. F, Kuhne, and W. A. Parsons to 
Clary Multiplier Corp. 2,682,994, CI. 235 — 60 25 

Boye Xeedle Co.. The : See — 

Carlson. Gustav A. 2.687.630 

Boyen. John L.. to Currier Co. 2,681,308 01 202 — 170 



64 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



I'oyer, Didier, to Kciilisationg Techniques KoutirTcs 
"Keter." 2,083,621, CI. 299—59. 

Boyer, John L., assignor to We.stinghouse Electric Corpo- 
ration. 2,679,611, CI. 313—170. 
Boyer, John J{., Avondale, Pa., and K. M. Luckring, 
I'iirlln, N. J., nssignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Uel. High-temperature pack- 
ing. 2,067,684. Feb. 2. 

Boyer, John R., Avondale, Pu., and R. M. Luckring. as- 
signors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wil- 
mington, Del. High-temperature packing. 2,007,804, 
Feb. 2. 

Uoyer, Lee H., to Phillips Petroleum Co. 2,092,294. CI. 
260—679. 

Boyer, Leo L., to Knudsen Creamery Co. of California. 
2,085,376, CI. 214 — 10. 

Boyer, Oliver, assignor of % to P. B. Siggers. 2,075,750, 
CI. 97--40. 

Boyer, Ralph K.. Lakewood, assignor to The Dill Manu- 
facturing Company, Cleveland. Ohio. Dispensing valve 
for pressurized dispensing containers. 2,607,991, Feb. 2. 

Boyer, Richard P., Jr., to International Telephone and 
Telegraph Corp. 2,085,0.52, CI. 317 — 139. 

Boyer, Richard P., Jr., to International Telephone and 
Telegraph Corp. 2,686,841. CI. 179—22. 

Boyer, Robert A. 2,682,400, CI. 99 — 14. 

Boyer, Russell C, to Clyserol Laboratories, Inc. 2,690,181, 
CI. 128— 232._ 

to American Viscose Corp. 2,094,301, 



T., 



and J. R. Mangham, assignors to Vir- 
Chemical Corporation. 2,678,940, CI. 



Boyer, Walter 

CI. 06 
Boyer William P. 

ginia-Carolina 

200 — 401. 
Boyertown Burial Casket Co. : See — 

Eisenhard, Eli S., and Herricht. 2,685,972. 
Boyko, Rudolph J., 'New York, N. Y. Medical exercising 

apparatus. 2,668,709, Feb. 9. 
Boyle, Archibald R., M. C. P. Hewitt, and J. More, to 

Dobbie Mclnnes Ltd. 2,683,984, CI. 73 — 59. 
Boyle, Farnham F. : See — 

Lipic, Sylvester G., Boyle, and Lyon. 2,080,902. 
Boyle, Gerard J. : See — 

Granatek, Alphonse P., and Boyle. 2,081,906. 
Boyle, James M. : See — 

Kirshenbaum. Abraham D., and Boyle. 
Mullen, Leo V., Jr., and Boyle. 
Boyle-Midway Inc., assignee : See — 

Cameron, Joseph W. 
Bovles, Glenn H., to General Electric Co. 2,684,773, CI. 

214—672. 
Boynes, Thomas W., 50% to R. D. Jones. 2,690,928, CI. 

296—95. 
Boyng, August : See — 

Steinacker, Peter, and Boyng. 
Boynton, Harry G. : See — 

Horeczy, Joseph T., and Boynton. 2.690,460. 
Boysen, Frledrlch A., Stuttgart-Heumaden, Germany, 

assignor to Brevetag Aktlengesellschaft, Schaffhausen, 

Switzerland. Fluid container preferably fuel container 

for motor vehicles. 2,673,664, Mar. 30. 
Bozeman, Virgil F., Sr.. Mollne. C. W. Walz, and K. D. 

Griff, Rock Island, and H. F. Clausen, assignors to Deeie 

& Company, Mollne. 111. Beet harvester. 2,665,533. 

.Tan. 12. 
Bozeman, Virgil F., Sr., K. B. Sorensen, and H. F. Clausen, 

to Deere & Co. 2,682,739, CI. 55—108. 
Bozich, Michael J. 2,698,362. CI. 200—61.21. 
Bozichovich, Matt. 2,696,352, 01. 241—301. 
Bozoian, Michael, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 

Eberbach Corporation. 2,680,012, CI. 265 — 27. 
Bozzi, Jules A. 2,679,047, CI. 2—12. 
Brace. George A., Highland Park, 111., assignor to The 

Hoover Company, North Canton, Ohio. Nozzle con- 
struction for suction cleaners. 2,604,588. .Tan. 5. 
Brace, George A., Highland Park, III., assignor to The 

Hoover Company, North Canton, Ohio. Collapsible fil- 
ter housing for suction cleaners. 2,672,211, Mar. 16. 
Brace, George A., Highland Park, 111., assi^jor to The 

Hoover Company. 2,674,341. CI. 183-51. 
Brace. George A., assignor to The Hoover Company. 

2.677.850, CI. 15—333. 
Brace, George A., to The Hoover Co. 

37. 
Brace. George A., to The Hoover Co. 

51. 
Brace, George A., to The Hoover Co. 

51. 
Brace, George A., to The Hoover Co. 

18. 

Brace. Neal O. : See — 

Kvalnes, Donovan E., and Brace. 2,691,566. 
Kvalnes, Donovan E., and Brace. 2,691,567. 
Braeke, R. F.. & Company, assignee : See — 
Bracke. Robert F. 2,074,443. 
Braeke. Robert F. 2.080,005. 
Bracke. Robert F.. assignor, by mesne assignments, to 

R. F. Bracke & Company. 2 674,443. CI. 261 — 41. 
Bracke, Robert F.. assignor, bv mesne assignments, to 

R. P. Bracke & Company. 2.080,005, CI. 261—63. 
Bracken, Wallace H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The American Pad & Textile Cfo. 2,678,447, CI. 2—94. 
Brackett, Spencer A. : See — 

Green, Robert H., and Brackett. 



2,084,125, CI. 183- 

2.684.127, CI. 183- 

2.684.128, CI. 183- 
2,684,271, CI. 306- 



Brackiu, John L., ussignee : See — 
Warner, George K. 2,075,541. 
Bracutt, Michael : See — 

Frye. Reinhold A., and Bracutt. 2,076,492. 
Bradbcrry. Leon L., Berkeley. Calif. Fishing lure. 

2,005.511, Jan. 12. 
Bradburd, Ervln M., to International Standard Electric 

Corp. 2,081,953, CI. 179—171. 
i'.radbui-d, Krvin M.. and R. S. Alter, assignors to Inter- 
ii.itional Standard Electric Corporation. 2,677.809. 
CI. 333—73. 
Bradburn. George W., Silver Spring, Md. Effusing device. 

2,070,230, Feb. 23. 
Bradbury. IVedcrick J., to Automotive Products Co I^td 

2,(195,088. Ci. 192—91. 
Bradbury, James G., assignor to Hays Manufacturing 

Company. 2,078,801, CI. 251 — 181. 
Bradbury. Uay C, Alcomdale. Alberta, Canada. Lid lift- 
ing tool. 2.009.143. Feb. 16. 
Braden. Marshall H.. and E. A. Stapleton. 2,698,391. 

CI. 290 — 2. 
Bradfield, Geoffrey, to National Research Development 

Corp. 2,685,041, CI. 310—8.1. 
Bradley. Basil E., assignor, by mesne assignments to 

Egry Limited. 2,076,800, CI. 271 — 2.0. 
Bradley, Caton. Durham. Conn., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The Sessions Clock Company. Snap-action 
device. 2.009.618, Fob. 16. 
Bradley & Gilbert Co., The : See — 
Holding, Hubert V. 2,676,751. 
Bolding. Hubert V. 2,693,297. 
Bradley. James A., deceased ; L. W. Bavnard, executor 

to J. L. and K. P. Bradley. 2,090,555,"CI. 343 — 7. 
Bradley, James L. : See — 

Bradley, James A. 2,690,555. 
Bradley, John M., to Godfrey L. Cabot. Inc. 2.697,069. CI 

202 — 136. 
Bradley. Kent P. : See — 

Bradley, James A. 2,090,555. 

Bradley, Robert W., Marblehead, Mass., „. 

Shoe Machinery Corporation. Flemington. N. 
trode system. 2.006,130, Jan. 12. 
Bradley, Schuyler L., to W'estinghouse Electric Corp. 

2,683,857, CI. 323—89. 
Bradley, Schuyler L., Pittsburgh, Pa., and N. Nichols, 
Southgate, Calif., assignors to Westinghouse Electric 
Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Static minimum ex- 
citation system for alternators. 2.666,885, Jan 19 
Bradley, Stephen D., assignor to Detroit Macoid Corpora- 
tion. 2,679,075, 6\. 20—56.4. 
Bradley, Theodore F. : See — 

Jakob. Robert H., Tess. and Bradley. 
Bradley, Theodore F., Oakland, assignor to Shell Develop- 
ment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Sizing of fibrous 
materials and compositions useful for sizing and for 
other purposes. 2.665,206, Jan. 5. 



assignor to United 
" J. Elec- 



CI. 

a. 
ci. 



Bradley. William E.. to Philco Corp. 2,681,391 

179 — 171. 
Bradlej', William E.. to Philco Corp. 2.689,269. 

178—5.4. 
Bradley. William E., to Philco Corp. 2,689.927 

31.5—12. • f ' . . 

Bradley, William E.. to Philco Corp. 2,696,520 CI 

178 — 5.4. 
Bradley, William E.. and J. C. Tellier, assignors to Philco 

Corporation. 2,678,380, CI. 250 — 27. 
Bradner. John A., Shaker Heights, assignor to The Lees- 

Bradner Company. Cleveland, Ohio. Generating geo- 
metric surface. 2,673,401. Mar. 30. 
Bradner, Mead : See — 

Bowditch, Hoel L., Fuller, and Bradner. 
Bradshaw. Arthur : See — 

Cooper. Basil P., Clark, and Bradshaw. 2,693,740 
Bradshaw, Douglas B. 2,690,972. CI. 99 — 146. 
Bradshaw. John A. : See — 

Winslow, Albert E.. and Bradshaw. 
W'inslow. Albert E.. and Bradshaw. 2. 689. 448. 
Winslow. Albert E.. and Bradshaw. 2,694.896 
Bradshaw, Stanley E.. to The General Electric Co Ltd 

2.690,383. CI. 41 — 42. 
Bradshaw. William D. 2,674,262, CI. 137 — 517 
Bradt. Francis J., and C. A. Rotolo. 2.681.195 CI. 

248 — 43. 

Brady. Aloysius P. : Sec — 

Silverstein. Robert M.. Brady, and Brown. 2,680.766 
Brady, Bernard L., assignor to Radio Corporation of 
America. 2.677,108, CI. 333 — 6. 

Brady. Elliot W. : See — 

Sockman. Loy W.. and Bradv. 

Brady, Frederick W., y« to W. "H. Brady, Jr. 2.681 732 
CI. 206—56. ' • 

Brady. James M.. Wantagh. N. Y.. assignor to Servo- 
mechanisms. Inc. Snap switch. 2,067,546. Jan. 26. 

Brady, James M.. assignor to the United States of America 
as represented by the Secretary of the Army. 
2.074,884, CI. 7.3—303. 

Bradv, John B. 2.692.331. CI. 250--16. 

Brady, Louis F. 2,082,249. CI. 11.5 — 29. 

Brady. Robert F., to Colgate-Palmolive Co. 2,087 420 
CI. 250 — 400. 

Brady, Samuel G., Royal Oak. assignor to The Gear Grind- 
ing Machine Company. Detroit, Mich. Apparatus for 
fashioning rotary members having angularly spaced por- 
tions of like peripheral contour. 2,672,713, Mar. 23 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



65 



Bradv, William H., Jr. : See- 
Brady, Frederick \V. 2.081,732. 
Brueuninger, Karl K., to the United States of America 

as represented by the Secretary of the Air Force. 

2,081,734, CI. 207 — 17. 
Bragdon. Hubert \V. : See — 

nanus, Mario D., Gibb, and Bragdon. 2.078,949. 
Brafrdon, Kolwrt \V., assignor to Metal Hydrides Incor- 
porated. 2.080,009, CI. 23—14. 
Bragg, Herbert E. : See — 

Hurd, Yorlck G., and Bragg. 2.083,079. 
Brahm. Harry, and H. M. Stein. 2.091,175, 01. o— 53. 
Braibanti, (luiseppe : ^'(■t• — 

Itraibantl. Mario and G. 2.094,980. 
Braibanti. .Mario, and G. 2,094,986. CI. 107—21. 
Brainard. Maurice W., assignor of one-half to O'Keefe 

& Merritt Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Dry plate type 

rectifier. 2,0(i5,334. Jan. o. 
Brainard. Maurice \V., assignor of one-half to O'Keefe 

& Merritt Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Dry plate type 

rectifier. 2,605,398, Jan. 5. 
Brainard, Maurice W.. assignor of % to O'Keefe & Mer- 
ritt l-ompuiiv. 2.080.822. CI. 310—201. 
Brainerd, Harold W., Jr., C. R. Fast, and G. C. Howard, 

to Stanolind Oil and Gas Co. 2,089,009, CI. 166 — 25. 
Bralnin. C. S., Company, assignee : See — 

Vines, Raymond F. 
Bralthwiiite. Isaac, & Son Engineers Ltd. : See — 

Walker, Thomas B. 2.091.884. 
Braithwaite, Leland A. 2.681,529. CI. 43 — 55. 
Brake, Leslie H. 2,078,202. CI. 261—124. 
Briim, Alfred, to MicaHl A.-G. 2,093,220. CI. 154—1. 
Bram, Zia. 2.075,806. CI. 128 — 288. 
Braman, Howard P. : See — 

McLaughlin, Fred B. 2,082,889. 
Bramblott, John J., assignor to Ben Pearson. Incorporated, 

Pine Bluff. .\rk. Keeper means for cotton picking spindle 

slats. 2.068,409. Feb. 9. 
Bramblett. John J., assignor to Ben Pearson. Incorporated, 

Pine Bluff, Ark. Cotton picking means. 2,668,410, 

Feb. 9. 
Brame, Allen J., to Tubing Appliance Co., Inc. 2,691,315, 

CI. 81—58.2. 
Brame, Allen J., to Tubing Appliance Co., Inc. 2,691,316, 

CI. 81—61. 
Bramel, Hadley R. 2,093,280, CI. 210—51. 
Bramlet, Robert Q., assignee : See — 

Campbell. Rex H. 
Bramming, Carl, Anderson, Ind., assignor to Aladdin In- 
dustries, Incorporated, Nashville. Tenn. Hydrocarbon 

fuel burner. 2,064,729, Jan. 5. 
Bramming, Carl, to Aladdin Industries, Inc. 2,092,703, 

CI. 222—07. 
Branan, Wiley M., and Q. E. Desettij Penns Grove. N. J. 

assignors to E. I. ' 

Wilmington, Del. 

2.007,480, Jan. 26. 
Brancel, Orville M. 

2,671,232, Mar. 9. 
Branch, Maurice C. : See — 

Hartley. George C, Bray, and Branch. 
Brand. David : See — 

Pollack, Hyman. and Brand. 2,689,.598. 
Brand. Samuel, and D. W. Haney, to International Busi- 
ness Machines Corp. 2,090.221, CI. 104 — 113. 
Brandau. Karl W.. to The Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. 

2 685 904 CI. 152 330. 

Bra'ndaii, William E., to Bendix Aviation Corp. 2,694,900, 

CI. 60 — 39.28. 
Brandel. Albert J., to California Research Corp. 2,684,926, 

CI. 196—24. 
Brandell, Elmer : See — 

Neal. Ernest C. 2,682,795. 
Neal. Ernest C. 2.085.284. 
Brandenberger. Jacques El.. Paris. France, assignor to 

Societe la Cellophane, Basel, Switzerland. Method and 

apparatus for producing wrapped articles. 2,667,723, 

Feb. 2. 
Brandenburg. Stanley C, and D. C. Taylor. 2,681,240, 

CI. 287—119. 
Brandenfels, Carl. 2,683,454, CI. 128 — 58. 
Brandenfels, Carl. 2,698,014, CI. 128—57. 
Brandes, Oliver L. : See — 

Ambrose, Henry A., and Brandes. 2.092,821. 
Ambrose, Henry A., and Brandes. 2.697.033. 
Brandes, Oliver L., and C. B. Pattinson, Jr., assignors to 

Gulf Research & Development Company. 2,675,357, 

CI. 252—118. 
Brandes. Oliver L., and C. B. Pattinson, Jr., assignors to 

Gulf Research & Development Company. 2,678,920, CI. 

252—118. 

D., to Atlas Powder Co. 2,697,046, CI. 



du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Manufacture of cellulose ether. 

Pierre, S. Dak. Oar hanger. 



2,686,224. 



Brandner, John 

106—181. 
Brandner. John 

Co. 2,687.970, 
Brandner, John 

Co. 2,687,971, 



D.. and R. H. Hunter, to Atlas Powder 
, CI. 106 — 179. 

D., and R. H. Hunter, to Atlas Powder 
,a. 106—179. 
Brandon, Chester : See — 

Opocensky, Willard J., and Brandon. 2,682,373. 
Brandon, Clarence W., l'iVe% to N. A. Hardin, 14%% to 
H. B. Wright, 14%% to C. H. Newton, and 15% to 
H. B. Jacobson. 2,689,461, CI. 62 — 1. 

284920— P 5 



Brandon. Clarence W.. 42Vj% to N. A. Hardin, H. H. 
Wright, and C. H. Newton, and 15% to H. B. Jacobson. 

2.(>,S9.402, CI. 02 — 1. 
Brandon, James M. : See — 

Tingle. Leroy, and Brandon. 
Brandon, Percy S.. to Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Co. 

Ltd. 2.091,770. CI. 343—14. 
Brandstetter. Edward G. 2.(>83 555, CI. 222 — 97. 
Brandt, Adrianus. Eindhoven. Netherlands, assignor to 
Hartford National Bank and Trust Company. Hartford, 
Conn., as trustee. Readjustable mechanical gauge. 
2,060,204, Jan. 19. 
Brandt Automatic Cashier Co. : See — 
Buchliol/.. Arnold R. 
Buchholz, Arnold R. 2,675,000. 
Buchholz. Arnold R. 2.679,849. 
Buchliol/., Arnold R.. and Sprenger. 2,675,008. 
Jorgonsen, Julius. 2,093,956. 
Quirk, lO.iri W.. and Buchliolz. 
Brandt. Carl D. : See — 

Dudley. John S., and Brandt. 
Brandt, Charles E. J. 2.695,779, CI. 267 — 21. 
Brandt. Cornelius K., Reedley, Calif. Extensible iron 

stand. 2.600,999, Jan, 26. 
Brandt. Edgar W.. Geneva, Switzerland, assignor to An- 
stalt fiir die Entwicklung von Erfindungen und Gewer- 
blichen Anwendungen "Bnerga", Vaduz, Liechtenstein. 
Sight for rocket launchers. 2.064.635. Jan. 5. 
Brandt, Edgar W., Geneva, Switzerland, assignor to An- 
Btalt fiir die Entwicklung von Erflndungen and gewerb- 
lichen Anwendungen "Energa," Vaduz. (Liechtenstein). 
Safety device for projectiles. 2.000,390, Jan. 19. 
Brandt, Edgar W., assignor to Anstalt fur die Entwick- 
lung von Erfindungen und Gewerblichen Anwendungen, 
"Energa." 2,074,923, CI. 89—1.7. 
Brandt, Edgar W., to Anstalt fur die Entwicklung von 
Gewerblichen Anwendungen Energa. 
-1.7. 

to Anstalt fur die Entwicklung Von 
gewerblichen Anwendungen Energa, 
2,093,757 CI. 102 — 19. 
Brandt, Henry B. 2,087,051, CI. 78 — 49. 
Brandt, John R., to Salerno Machinery Co. 2,686,482, 

CI. 107—27. 
Brandt, Paul E. : See — 

Dp lUdder. Ernst J., and Brandt. 
Brandtjen and Kluge, Inc., assignee ; 
Kluge, Abel. 

Kluge. Abel. 2.674.187. 
Brandweln. A., & Company, assignee : 

Brandwein. Henry G. 
Brandweln, Henry G., assignor to A. Brandwein & Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Adjustable mattress. 2,673,357, 
Mar. 30. 
Branick, Charles E., Fargo, N. Dak. Combination tire 
spreader and tire-lifting hoist therefor. 2,665,108, 
Jan. 5. 

Fargo, N. Dak. Bumper jack. 



Erfindungen und 

2.685.232, CI. 89- 

Brandt, Edgar \V., 

Erfindungen und 



2,692.107. 
See — 



See — 



Fargo, N. Dak. Bumper jack. 



Branick, Charles E., 
2.069,422. Feb. 16. 

Branick, Charles E., 
2.669.424, Feb. 16. 

Branick. Charles E. 2,675.990 CI. 254 — 93 

Branick, Charles B. 2,679,896, CI. 157 — 1.17 

Branick, Charles E. 2.690,969, CI. 254 — 1, ' 

Brann, James L.. Jr. 2.677,576, CI, 299 — 18. 

Brannen, Cecil G., and B. A. Swakon, assignors to Stand- 
ard Oil Company. 2,679,480, C\. 252 — 49.6. 

Brannen, Charles H. : See — 

Trout, Ralph J., and Brannen. 2,675,333. 

Brannin, Richard R., Jr.. East Williston, and P Halpert, 
PTempstead, N. Y., assignors to The Sperry Corpora- 
tion. Servomotor system having differential torque dis- 
placement feedback. 2,606,177. Jan. 12. 

Bransky, David W.. and J. A. Bolt. Chicago. 111., M. W. 
Stacy, Valparaiso, Ind., and M. Feller, assignors to 
Standard Oil Company. Chicago, 111. Bitumen and 
polyvalent metal hydrocarbon oil sulfonate composition 
and making same. 2,669,525, Feb. 16. 

Branson Corp. : See — 

Anderson. Norman .T. 2.690.487. 

Branson, Charles D., Knoxville, Tenn., 
ertshaw-Fulton Controls Company, 
Constant flow thermostatic control 
Mar. 2. 



assignor to Eob- 
Greensburg. Pa. 
valve. 2,670,900, 



Branson, Charles D., Knoxville, Tenn., assignor to Robert- 

shaw-FuIton Controls Company, Greensbnrg, Pa. Check 

valve structure for mi.xing valves. 2.672.157. Mar. 16. 
Branson. Charles D.. to Robertshaw-Fulton Controls Co. 

2.698,027. CI. 137—504. 
Branson. Charles D.. to Robertshaw-Fulton Controls Co. 

2.698.029, CI. 137 — 599. 
Branson Instruments, Inc., assignee: See — 

Branson. Norman G. 
Branson, Norman G.. assignor to Branson Instruments, 

Inc., Stamford, Conn. Kail flaw detection device. 

2,666.862, Jan. 19. 
Branson. Raymond J., to McNamar Boiler & Tank Co., Inc. 

2,682,752, CI. 62—1. 
Brant. John R., and R. C. Reid ; said Reld assor. to said 

Brandt. 2,696,732, CI. 73—37. 
Brant, Joseph H., to Bates Mfg. Co. 2,685,120. CI. 

28—78. 



66 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Brante, riiillii), assignee: See — 

Desselinaii. Charles li. 2,677,544. 
Brantingham, Paul T., Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor to 

InternatioDul Harvester Company. Bearing. 2,065,176, 

Jan. 5. 
Brascli, Jerome F. : Bee^ 

Siefker, Joseph A., and Brasch. 2,691,590. 
Bra.sliear, Arthur I*., Jr., assignor to American Desk 

Manufacturing Company. 2,670.640, CI. 155 — 125. 
Braski, Raymond J., assignor to Dormeyer Corporation, 

Chicago, HI. Electric motor control for food mixers. 

2,671,191, Mar. 2. 
Brassel, Jakob, to Ciba Ltd. 2,683,707, CI. 260 — 151. 
Braswell, .lohn \V. 2,681,147, Cl. 210—24. 
Bratton, Edward E. : See — 

Marthant, Lewis, and Bratton. 2,693,939. 
Bratton, Francis H., and S. F. Dieclimann, to Hercules 

Powder Co. 2,683,129, Cl. 260—33.8. 
Bratton, Roy R. 2,674,285, Cl. 145—20. 
Bratz, Otto J., Adrian, Mich., assignor to American Chain 

& Cable Company, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Brake op- 
erating device. 2,672,057, Mar. 16. 
Brauer, Morris, Jersey City, N. J. Apparatus for plug- 
ging holes in pipe lines. 2,672,161, Mar. 16. 
Brauer, Morris, Jersey City, N. J. Apparatus for plug- 
ging holes in pipe lines. 2,672,162, Mar. 16. 
Brauer, Walter. 2,683,021, Cl. 255 — 23. 
Brault, Robert G.. and R. A. Reck, to Armour and Co. 

2,695,284, Cl. 260—97. 
Braun, August J. 2,690,921, Cl. 292—113. 
Braun. Carl J. : See — 

Housekeeper, Earl J., Hunter, and Braun. 
Braun, Harry L. 2,679,062, Cl. 15 — 118. 
Braun, Philip N. 2,694,532, Cl. 242—55.2. 
Braun, Philip N., and J. F. Filsinger, to TextOe Marking 

Machine Co. Inc. 2,693,594, Cl. 1—3. 
Braun, Walter A., assignor to Minneapolis-Honeywell 

Regulator Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Steam heat 

exchanger. 2.673,719. Mar. 30. 
Braun, Walter M., Whitefish Bay, Wis. Portable utility 

lamp. 2,673,925, Mar. 30. 
Braun, William R., Sr. 2,674,352, Cl. 188 — 162. 
Braunlich, Frank H., Jr., and P. H. Cardwell. Tulsa, Okla.. 

assignors to The Dow Chemical Company. Midland, 

Mich. Treating wells. 2,672,935, Mar. 23. 
Braunschweig, Georges : See — 

Marti, Fritz, and Braunschweig. 
Braunstein, Morris, assignor to The Sheffield Bronze Paint 

Corporation. 2,676,935, Cl. 260 — 28.5. 
Braunstein, Morris, to The Sheffield Bronze Paint Corp. 

2,694,691, Cl. 260—33.6. 
Brautigam, ,Tohn J., to Burndy Engineering Co., Inc. 

2,695,347, Cl. 200—113. 
Braverman, Shelley. 2,682,224, Cl. 102—91. 
Brawley, Jack A., Vs to E. A. Lafrenlere. 2,684,606, 

Cl. 81 — 71. 
Bray, Donald T., and C. O. Reiser, to University of Idaho 

Research Foundation Inc. 2,694.681, Cl. 210 — 24. 
Bray, Frederick H. : See — 

Hartley, George C, Bray, and Branch. 2,686,224. 
Bray Oil Co. : See — 

Bray, Ulric B. 2,689,221. 
Bray, Theodore M.. Jr., and R. H. Weichsel. 2,685,143, 

Cl. 42—69. 
Bray, Ulric B., to Bray Oil Co. 2,689,221, Cl. 252—33. 
Braymer, Lawrence E., Lahaska, Pa. Telescope. 

2,670,656, Mar. 2. 
Braymer, Lawrence E. 2,693,032. Cl. 33 — 61. 
Brayton, Ellery M., to Hook-Flex Corp. 2,697,221, Cl. 

1—76. 
Brazee, Henry S. : See — 

Harris, Wilbur T.. Pegram, Brazee, and Hummel. 
Brazil, Thomas C, D. L. Fisk. and B. F. Privett, to North- 
rop Aircraft, Inc. 2,688,185, Cl. 30 — 91. 
Brazitis, William : See — 

Barnes, Walter C, and Brazitis. 
Brealev. Edward R. : See — 

Lombard, Adrian A., and Brealey. 2,682,363. 
Brearley Compan.v. The, assignee : See — 

Provenzano, Mike A. 
Brecht, Albert L. 2.6S6.598, Cl. 211 — 41. 
Bredemeier, Herbert, Ossining, assignor to The Norden 

Laboratories Corporation. New York, N. Y. Seal for 

rotary shafts. 2.668.068. Feb. 2. 
Bredesen. Leo. 2,689,491. Cl. 76 — 5. 
Bredeson. Olaf A.. Waynesboro, Va., assignor to E. I. 

du Pont de Nemours and Comp.iny, Wilminsrton. Pi'l. 

Heat-treatment of N-alkyl polyamides. 2,670.267. 

Feb. 23. 
Bredesen, Philin N. : See — 

Anderson, Norman C, Bredesen, and Cade. 2.674.677. 
Bredimus. Elsie, Oakland, N. J., and W. D. Foster. Eusti.s. 

Fla.. said Poster assignor to Foster and Foster. Gravity 

operated timing device. 2,669,087, Feb. 16. 
Breeback, Rudolph H. : See — 

Day. Carl L., and Breehaok. 2.092.075. 
Breeback, Rudloph H.. assignor to Crown Cork & Seal 

Company, Inc. 2,679,346, Cl. 226 — 98. 
Breed. P.owman K., to Preferred Utilities Mfg. Corp. 

2.692,015, Cl. 158—77. 
Breed, Florence O. 2,681,689, Cl. 155 — 30. 
Breeler, Walter R., to Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corp. 

2,696.450. Cl. 148—12. 



Inc. 2,690,766, Cl. 



2,679,637. 
to The North Electric 



Morse Chain Company, 
2,667,791. Feb. 2. 
Morse Chain Company. 



2,696,878, 



Breese Burners. Inc. : .Sec — 

Breese, James L. 2,600,766. 
Brecse, James L., to Breese Burners 

137—577. 
Breese, Lemuel R. : See — 

Blashtield, William, and Breese. 
Breese, Lemuel U., and B. A. Harris 

Mfg. Co. 2,688,438, Cl. 1—16. 
Breeze Corp., Inc. : See — 
Bird, Stanley P. 
Bird, Stanley P. 2,696,517. 
Strunk, Kenith G. 2,684,398. 
Bregar, Joseph C, Winston-Salem, N. C, assignor to 

Western Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, 

N. Y. Automatic limit bridge. 2,667,970. Feb. 2. 
Brehni, Charles M., assignor to The Steel Products Engi- 
neering Company, Springfield, Ohio. Cam operated 

trimming dies. 2,009,302, Feb. 16. 
Brehm, Harold B., J. P. Kinzer, A. A. Smith, and L G. 

Wilson, assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incor- 
porated. 2,680,102, Cl. 170 — 175.3. 
Breidenbaugh Christian P. : Sec — 

Turner, James F.. and Breidenbaugh. 2,690,721. 
Breisch, John H., assignor to Lake Shore Industries. Inc. 

2,679 786 Cl. 90 13 3 

Breisch,' Joli'n H., to Measuring Machines, Inc. 2,091,826, 

Cl. 3.3—147. 
Breitbart, Julius. 2,689,402, Cl. 33 — 17. 
Breitenbach. Robert G. : See — 

Dall, Robert C, and Breitenbach. 2,678,083. 
Breithaupt, Donald E. : See — 

Murray, Charles H., and Breithaupt. 
Breitler, Pierre : See — 

Breitler, Robert and P. 2.677,983. 
Breitler, Robert and P. 2,677,983. CI. 84 — 95. 
Breitwieser, Roland. 2,675,020, Cl. 137 — 468. 
Breivogel, William G., Summit, N. J assignor to Bell 

Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 

Calling dial device. 2,666,097, Jan. 12. 
Brem, Paul. 2,690,232, Cl. 182—23. 
Bremer, Eniil B. 2,680,661. Cl. 311—67. 
Bremer, Ilermann F., assignor to Rainbows, Inc., Bronx, 

N. Y. Cup dispenser. 2,669,498, Feb. 16. 
Bremer, Hermann F., and J. A. Gondolfo, assignors to 

Rainbows, Inc 2,680,802, Cl. 219 — 40. 
Bremer, Hermann F., and J. A. Gondolfo, to Rainbows, 

Inc. 2,687,277, Cl. 251 — 139. 
Bremer, Norman C., assignor to 

Ithaca. N. Y. Silent chain. 
Bremer, Norman C, assignor to 

2,678,569, Cl. 74 — 243. 
Brendel, Armin G., to American Cvanamid Co 

Cl. 159 — 4. 
Brendel, Theodor, assignor to Agfa Camera-Werk Aktien- 

gesellschaft, Munich, Germany. Photographic objective 

comprising two outer positive single element members 

enclosing two meniscal shaped negative members. 

2,672,788, Mar. 23. 
Breneman, Joseph C. to The Wooster Rubber Co. 

2,697,525, Cl. 211 — 11. 
Brengle, Alfred S., to California Research Corp. 2,685,578, 

Cl. 260—96.5. 
Brengman, Fred C. assignor to Anchor Hocking Glass 

Corporation. 2,674.939. Cl. 101 — 35. 
Brennan, Charles J. 2,685.790, Cl. 68 — 191. 
Brennan, Elmer W., Carpentersville, assignor to The Pure 

Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Lubricating compositions. 

2,666.743. Jan. 19. 
Brennan, Elmer W., P. R. Chapman, and G. Wolfram, 

assignors to The Pure Oil Company. 2,678,937, Cl. 

260 — 428.5. 
Brennan, Gerald L., to Warren Petroleum Corp. 2,683,552, 

Cl. 220—88. 
Brennan, Joseph B., Bratenahl. Ohio, assignor to E. D. 

McCurdy, trustee. Closure and terminal seal for elec- 
trolytic devices. 2,665.329. Jan. 5. 
Brennan, Joseph B., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to E. D. 

McCurdy, as trustee. Closure, terminal, and mounting 

construction for electrolytic devices. 2.671,126, Mar. 2. 
Brennan. Joseph B., Cleveland, Ohio. Apparatus for spray- 
ing thermoplastic material. 2.673.121. Mar. 23. 
Brennan. Joseph B.. Cleveland, Ohio. Battery separator. 

2.673.230, Mar. 23 
Brennan, Joseph B. 
Brennan, Joseph B. 
Brennan, .Joseph B. 
Brennan. .Toseph B. 
Brennan, Robert M. 
Brenneke. Arthur M 

Cl. 309—14. 
Brennenian. Albert E. : fee — 

Wilson, James A., and Brenneman 
Bronneman. Otto, assignee : See — 

Rohrbaeh. Hans. 
Brenneman, Robert W., and E. and R. S. Jacobsen 

Lockheed Aircraft Corp. 2,685,936, Cl. 181 — 51. 
Brennen. Joseph B. 2.676,287, Cl. 317 — 230. 
Brenner. Al. 2.693.622. Cl. 20 — 12. 
Brenner. Al. 2,697.858. Cl. 20—62. 
Brenner. George M. 2,691,.591, Cl. 99 — 28. 
Brenner, Millard M, S. S. Appleton, B. Lippel. and 

D. H. Hanisher. to the United States of America as 

represented bv the Secretary of the Army. 2,685,054, 

Cl. 318—28. 



2,682,226, Cl. 10.3—38. 
2,691,208, Cl. 29—189. 
2,692.411, Cl. 22—200.1. 
2,697.671, Cl. 117—105. 
2,683,623, Cl. 299-86. 
to Perfect Circle Corp. 



2,689,773, 



2,685.199. 



to 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



07 



Brenner, Morris. 2.G77.1S3. CI. 33—67. 

Brenner, Mortimer W. 2,lil)5,544. CI. 88 — 14. 

Brenner. Drlostus K. : Sec — 

Lolinian, Kobert K.. and Brenner. 2,689,916. 

Brenny. Stanley J. 2,683,039, CI. 311 — 17. 

Brent, George D.. and II. S. Fox, assignors to Westing- 
honse Klei'trio Corporation. 2,677,035, CI. 219 — i. 

Breon, George A., and Co. : See — 

Goodson. Louis 11., and Moffett. 2,691,680. 

Brereton, Jolin G., F. A. Ualdausld, and D. H. Bornor, to 
National Uairv Research Laboratories, Inc. 2,682,467, 
CI. 99—20. 

Breseka. Kiulolph S.. and H. H. Merwiu, to Western Elec- 
tric Co., Inc. 2,695.480, CI. 51—145. 

Breslav, Jack, New Haven, Conn. Grapple. 2,670,983, 
Mar. 2. 

Breslow, Ben B., a.^jsignor to Utility Appliance Corp.. Los 
Angeles, Calif. Hub to shaft connection. 2,669,471, 
Feb. 16. 

Breslow. Leon, to Slip-Proof Mfg. Corp. 2,691,172, CI. 
2—312. 

Bressler, Louis K.. assignor to Stanley Home Products, 
Inc. 2,676.350, CI. 15 — 167. 

BrestruD, Frederick B. : See — 

Russell, Harry J., Palumbo, and Brestrup. 

Breth, Walter J., assignor to The General Tire & Rubber 
Company. Akron. Ohio. Folding the ends of a fabric 
band over the end shoulders of a tire building drum. 
2,669,281. Feb. 16. 

Bretschger, Max E. : See — 

Crewson, George G., and Bretschger. 2,684,889. 

Bretson, Waldo G.. and H. B. Wistrand, to Minnesota Min- 
ing & .Mfg. Co. 2,093.91 S. CI. 242—55.5. 

Brett, Charles H., and E. M. Hodnett. 2,679,453, CI. 
71—2.5. 

Brettell, George A.. Jr., Newark, N. J. Noninverting os- 
cillator. 2,668,240, Feb. 2. 

Brettell, George A., ,Tr., to the United States of America 
as represented bv the Secretary of the Navv. 2,692,377, 
CI. 340—24. 

Bretz, Frank E., Jr., Oak Park, assignor to Ajas-ConsoU- 
dated Company, Chicago, HI. Hand brake for railway 
cars. 2,668,457, Feb. 9. 

Breul, Fredric W., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to The 
Singer Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Bound 
garment opening. 2.671,903, Mar. 16. 

Breunesse. Bart. 2.677,934. CI. 61 — 3. 

Brevard, Procter, Three Rivers, Mich. Igniter for pot 
type oil burners. 2.671,506, Mar. 9. 

Brevard. Procter. 2,685,920, CI. 158 — 91. 

Brevetag Aktiengesellschaft, assignee : See — 
Boysen, Friedrich A. 

Brevets Aero-Mecaniques. S. A. : See — 
Maillard, Bernard. 2,697,381. 

Brew, Richard D., assignor to Richard D. Brew & Com- 
pany, Inc., Belmont, Mass. Bonding system. 2,671,746, 
Mar. 9. 

Brew, Richard D., & Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Brew, Richard D. 

Brewer, Claire N., assignor to Unitypo 
CI. 164 — 113. 

Brewer, James A. 2,687,773, CI. 161 — 7. 

Brewer. James C, to the United States of 
represented by the Secretary of the 
2,683,369. CI. 73 — 228. 

Brewer. Jerome. to Midwest 

2.682.636, CI. 324 — 98. 
Brewer, Jerome. to Midwest 

2.682.637, CI. 324—122. 
Brewer, Leslie H., V. A. Stanley 

Electric & Musical Industries Ltd. 
33.5. 

Brewer, Nicholas L. 2.681,631, CI. 114 — 207. 

Brewer, Richard S. 2,679,961, CI. 224 — 42.22. 

Brewer, Robert F., Quakertown, Pa., a.'ssignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. 
Forming articles. 2.669,770, Feb. 23. 

Brewer, Sherman T., Chatham Township, Morris County, 
N. J., assignor to BeU Telephone Laboratories, Incor- 
porated, New York. N. Y. Marking and switching sys- 
tem. 2,668,195, Feb. 2. 

Brewer, Sherman T., to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. 
2,686,844, CI. 179—81. 

Brewer, Sherman T., and E. Bruce, to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Inc. 2,686,837, CI. 179 — 18. 

Brewer-Titchener Corp., The : See — - 
Beane, Carson H. 2,688,237. 

Brewer, Walter B. : See — 

Smith, Milton D., and Brewer. 

Brewer, Walter B., Jr., assignor 
America as represented by the 
Force. 2,678,214. CI. 273 — 105.3. 

Brewster Company, The, assignee : See — 
Carmichael, James T. 

Brewster, Oswald C. Litchfield 
transmitter. 2,667,886, Feb. 2. 

Brewster, Oswald C. Litchfield, 
gauge. 2.669.864. Feb. 23. 

Brewster. Oswald C, Litchfield, Conn 
game. 2,670,206, Feb. 23. 

Breyer, Frank G., Wilton, Conn., and A. Delruelle, Trooz, 
Belgium, assignors to Singmaster & Breyer, New York, 
N. Y. Continuous production of metallic zinc from 
Oxidic zinc ores. 2,668,760, Feb. 9. 



Inc. 2,679,902, 



America as 
Air Force. 



Research Institute. 

Research Institute. 

and R. Puleston, to 
2,684,306, CI. 117— 



2,695 045. 

to United States of 

Secretary of the Air 



Conn. Fluid pressure 
Conn. Pneumatic bore 



Rolling-ball racing 



Breyer, Frank G., Wilton, Conn., and A. Delruelle, de- 
ceased, Trooz, Belgumi ; M. C. H. V. Delruelle, lawful 
heir of said .V. Delruelle, assignors to Singmaster & 
Breyer, High temperature vaporization apparatus. 
2,670.196, Feb. 23. 

Breyer Ice Cream Company, assignee : See — 
Tardiff. Ray O. 

Breyner. Charles N. : See — 
Jouk. Leon. 2.696.417. 

Breza, George, Pittsburgh, and F. B. Abranisen, White- 
hall, assignors to The Macklntosh-Hemphill Company, 
Incorporated, Pittsburgh, Pa. Cross rolling machine. 
2,670,780, Mar. 2. 

Brezin. Martin. Munhall, Pa., assignor to United States 
Steel Corporation. Rolling mill roll and composition 
thereof. 2,673.147. Mar. 23. 

Brice, Sam, assignor of one-half to T. J. McMahon, Spo- 
kane, Wash. Electric motor. 2,670,449, Feb. 23. 

Briceno. .Manuel. 2,693,609, CI. 15 — 103. 

Brichard, Edgard : See — 

Henry, Georges, and Brichard. 2,691,247. 

Brichard, Edgard, to Union des Verreries Mecaniques 
Beiges S. A. 2,693,052, CI. 49 — 17. 

Bricker, Carl E., and M. I. Curl, to The Goodyear Tire & 
Rubber Co. 2,698,021, CI. 137 — 48. 

Bricker. John P. 2,697.574, CI. 248 — 149. 

Brickman, Alan E., assignor to United States Steel Cor- 
poration. 2,674,164, CI. 94 — 8. 

Brickman, Alan E.. assignor to United States Sleel Cor- 
poration. 2,680,273, Cl 24 — 73 

Brickman, Alan E., to United States Steel Corp. 2,091,900, 
Cl. 74—501. 

Bride, John E. : See — 

Snavely, Cloyd A., Faust, and Bride. 2.693,444. 

Bridge, Adam E.. and A. G. Gibson, to The Black-Clawson 
Co. 2,086,460. Cl. 92 — 27. 

Bridge, Rex, to J. Paiement. 2,693,890, Cl. 214 — 82. 

Bridge, William O.. Detroit, assignor to Evans Products 
Company, Plymouth, Mich. Trailer for carrying general 
freight and automobiles. 2,668,734, Feb. 9. 

Bridgeport Brass Co. : See — 

Both. Tonjes A, C. 2,695,814. 
Efford, John T., and Tuttle. 2,691,466. 
Morton, Lester C, and Mottram. 2,689,075. 
.. Peltz, Gordon M. 2,695,766. 
* Tuttle. Wainwright. 2,681,252. 

Bridger Ski Lift, Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Hauseman, Marlyn J. 2,677,331. 

Bridges, Donald E. : See — 

O'Brien, William J., Bridges, Hendley, Easv, and 
Vickers. 2,690,559. 

Bridges. Jack E. : See — 

Adler, Robert, and Bridges. 2,678,413. 

Bridgewater Machine Tool Co., assignee : See — 
Buechler, Frank A. 

Bridgman, George A., assignor to Cutler Mail Chute Com- 
pany, Rochester, N, Y. Mail chute lock. 2,668,434, 
Feb. 9. 

Bridwell, Gail L. 2.695,159, Cl. 256—19. 

Bridy, Victor M., assignor of fifty percent to W. J. Costa, 
Atlas, Pa. Sliding envelope opener. 2,672,933, Mar. 23. 

Bried, Julien A. 2,691,373, Cl. 128 — 239. 

Brieghel-Miiller. Arne V. 2,697,049, Cl. 127 — 50 

Brien, Bailey P. 2,676.438. Cl. 51 — 176. 

Brierley, Paul, to Dunlop Rubber Co. Ltd. 2,692.485, 
Cl. 64 — 14. 

Brierley, Ruth D. 2,686.913. Cl. 2—111. 

Brierly. Ralph C. 2.676.650, Cl. 158 — 99. 

Brierly, Ralph C. 2,682,148, Cl. 60 — 39.65. 

Briers, Greville M., assignor of y. to L. V. Granger. 
2,679,356, Cl. 235—61. 

Brietzke, Adrian P., to Northern Engraving & ^Ifg Co. 
2,685.227, Cl. 88-26. 

Briffard, Henri : See — 

Masson, Emile. and Briffard. 

Briggs, Ben T., and P. H. Schlosser, to Ravonier Inc. 
2,683,710, CL 260 — 233. 

Briggs, Frederick J., to Dapag (1943) Ltd. 2,694,974. 
CI. 101—228. 

Briggs. George L. : ."^ee — 

Ghersin, Ralph N., and Briggs. 

Briggs, Howard B., to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. 
2,692,952, Cl. 250 — 83.3. 

Briggs, Howard B., J. R. Haynes, and W. Shockley, to 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. 2,683,794, Cl. 219 — 
34. 

Briggs, Leland G., to Ray-0-Vac Co. 2,689,877, Cl. 

136—111. 
Briggs Mfg. Co. : See — 

Butler, Roy T. 2,693.381. 

Brill. Herbert C. 2.680.645. 

Doty, Clifford B., and Vigmostad. 

Hosking, Thomas W. 2,680,647. 

Kerby, Addison C. 2,680,250. 

Lyijvnen, Fred. 

Lvijynen, Fred. 2,684,313. 

Lyijvnen, Fred. 2,084,320. 

Lyi.iynen, Fred. 2.693.221. 

Lyijvmen, Fred, and Rengert. 2,674,488. 

McKitrick. Edward R. 2.680.368. 

Vigmostad, Trygve. 2,674,480. 

Vigmostad, Tr.vgve. 2,677,146. 

Vigmostad, Trygve. 2.680.0.39. 

Vigmostad, Trygve. 2,693,099. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



to Bomac Laboratories Inc. 2,684,886, 



Briggs, Richard S. 
CI. 316—19. 

Brigga, Robert E. 2,681,885, CI. 204—151. 

Briggs, Rollin II. : ^ee — 

Hobinson, Harold A., and Briggs. 

Briggs, SoutUwic-k \V., Wasliington, D. C. Filter and 
adsorber fur lluid treatment. 2,669,318, Feb. 16. 

Briggs, Stanford W., Westfleld, R. G. Denliewalter, Plain- 
field and Q. B. Hughey, Metuchen, assignors to Merck 
& Co., Inc., Rahway, N. J. Vitamin B12 eiution from 
charcoal. 2,668,137, Feb. 2. 

Briggs & Stratlon Corp. : See- 



u;gs & stratlon ui 
Brown, Hugh S 
Jacobi, Edward N. 
Jacobi, Kdward N. 
Jacobi, Edward N. 
Jacobi, Kdward N. 
Jacobi, Edward N. 
Jacobi, Edward N. 
Jacobi, Edward N. 
Lechtenberg, Leo J. 
Lechteiiberg, Leo J 



2,677,261. 
2,(;80,'J(i5. 
2,683,978. 
2,687.637. 
2,690,071. 
2,695,932. 
2,696,399. 
2,693,789. 
2,693,791. 



Madie, Alain M. 2,696,567. __ __ 

Briggs, Walter S. 2,690,661, CI. 66—191. 

Briggs, Walton E, : See — 

Taylor, Clement F., Briggs, and Weary. 

Bright, Samuel: See — ^„^ ^^^ 

Boeye, Paul F., and Bright. 2,691,480. 

Bright, Samuel F. : Sec — ,, ^ t, • u^ 

McClellan, Marcus E., Skromme, Manns, and Bright. 

Bright Thomas J. R., Blackdown, near Leamington Spa, 
England. Draught excluding strip. 2,664 602 Jan. o. 

Bright, Warren E., and V. A. Hart. 2,680,530, CI. 
21 1 ' S3 26 

Bright wiffred, assignor, by mesne assignments, to Willys 
Motors Inc., Toledo, Ohio. Pivoted mounting and sup- 
port for closures. 2,671,928 Mar. 16. „ „„„ ^ov 

Bright, Wilfred, to Willys Motors, Inc. 2,682,427, 
296 44 

Bright, w'illard M., to The Kendall Co. 2,695,251, 
117—103. 

Brightwater Paper Company, assignee : See — 

Constance, Joseph A. 2.676,119. _, ^ , , ,„ 

Brignall, Clarence R., to Sevenstrand Tackle Mfg. 
2,683,306, CI. 29—505. ^^ . <. ■ n 

Brill Herbert C, assignor to Briggs Manufacturing Com-- 
pany. 2,680,645, CI. 296—28. 

Brill, Irwin. 2,679,842, CI. 128— 134 

Brill, Peter A., and G. E. McLaughlin, assignors to The 
Turner Tanning Machinery Company. 2,674,114, (_1. 
69 — 42. 

Brill, William E. : See — 

Hovde, Arne J., and Brill. _ , . ^ , 

Brill William E., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to General 
Motors Corporation. Detroit, Mich. Crankshaft thrust 
bearing oil seal. 2,665,955, Jan. 12. 

Brill William E., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to General Mo- 
tors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Cylinder-to-crankcase 
bolted connection. 2,672,848, Mar. 23. 

Brill William B., to General Motors Corp. 



CI. 
CI. 



Co. 



CI. 308 — 240. 
Brill, William E. 

Ci. 123 — 41.86. 
Brill, William E. 



to General Motors Corp. 



2,681,838, 
2,688,316, 



-38. 
Radiator 



Co. 



A. H. Glasenapp, and D. J. Watt, to 

General Motors Corp. 2,698,013, CI. 123— 195. 
Brimhall Rulon W., Pleasant Grove, Utah. Nail feeder. 

2,666,917, Jan. 26. ^ . ,. tt „„„ 

Brinen, Howard F.. and F. M. Young, assignors to Young 

Radiator Company. 2,677,394, Ci. 138- 
Brinen, Howard F. and P. F., to Young 

2,695,160, Ci. 257 — 46. 
Brinen, Paul F. : See — „„„-,„„ 

Brinen, Howard F. and P. F. 2,69o,160. 

Briney, James W. : See — 

Briney, Ottis R., Jr. 2,693,96o. 

Briney, Ottis R., Jr., Va to J. W. Briney. 2,693,965, 'Q. 
279—6. 

Bringolf, Richard G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Callahan Zinc-Lead Company. 2,674,296, CI. 154 — 7. 

Bringolf, Richard G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Callahan Zinc-Lead Company. 2,674,298, CI. 154 — 8. 

Brink, Frank, and J. E. Star, Corsica, S. Dak. Posthole 
boring machine. 2,665,116, Jan. 5. 

Brink, Harold S. 2,677,415, CI. loo— 198. 

Brink Robert M., and K. J. Chichester, to Deerlng MiUi- 
ken Research Trust. 2,685,960, Ci. 203—220. 

Brink, Theodore R., Michigan City, Ind., G. D. Beaudry, 
and J. T. Longdon, Chicago, 111., assignors to Inter- 
national Harvester Company. Apparatus for feeding 
individual bearings from a stack of bearings. 2,670,858, 
Mar. 2. 

Brinker, Emil M. : See — 
Jack, William B., and 

Brinklev. James L., % to A 
2.692,734, CI. 241 — 274. 

Brinldey, James R. 2,678.574, CI. 81 — 39. 

Brlnkoeter. Paul H., assignor to Ed Priedrich, Inc., San 
Antonio, Tex. Open front refrigerator having con- 
densation preventing means. 2,673,455, Mar. 30. 

Brinnick, Frederic E., to S. D. Warren Co. 2,692,827, 
CI. 95- -5.4. 



Brinker. 2,681,574. 
, Bettis, and % to J. R. Gould. 



Brinson, Leon G., and B. Spencer, Jr. 2,691,522, CI. 

267—60. 
Brisack, Allen G., to Northrop Aircraft, Inc. 2,688,497, 

CI. 285—38. 
Brisack, Allen G., to Northrop Aircraft, Inc. 2,697,375, 

CI. 85 — iO. 
Briscoe, Ernest V., Kerman, Calif. Lister unit for ditchers. 

2,668,376, Feb. 9. 
Briscoe, Ernest V., Kerman, Calif. Adjustable wing unit 

for ditcher blades. 2,673,409, Mar. 30. 
Briscoe, William F. R. : See — 

Hulswit, William H.. Jr., Briscoe, and Berry. 
Briscoe, William V. R., A. W. Bull, and W. II. Hulswit, 
Jr., to United States Rubber Co. 2,693,005. CI. 18 — 38. 
Brister, Paul M. : See — 

Loughin, Paul R., Brister, and Woolley. 
Bristol Aeroplane Co. Ltd., The : See — 
Grinyer, Charles A. 2,683,493. 
Lewis, Gordon M. 2,696,712. 
Marchant, Francis C. I. 2,076,459. 
Marchant, Francis C. I. 2,696,268. 
Marchant, Francis C. I., and Lewis. 2,696,711. 
Marchant, Francis C. I., Bell, and Hooker. 2,696,346. 
Massey, Bernard S., Bush, and Howarth. 2,696,975. 
Owner, Frank M., and Marchant. 
Stanton, Frances P. 2,678,.542. 
Whitehead, Frederick W. 2,681,500. 
Bristol, Carlton W., Naugatuck, assignor to The Bristol 
Company, Waterbury, Conn. Apparatus for measuring 
absolute pressure. 2,664,917, Jan. 5. 
Bristol Co.. The : See — 

Blakeslee, Clinton A., and Jacobson. 
Bristol. Carlton W. 
Brookfield. Donald W. 2,679,750. 
Burrows, Philip R. 2,683,203. 
Dion, Warren E.. Don, and Maltby. 2.691,889. 
Kelley. Joseph B., and Maltby. 2,677,094. 
Maltby, Frederick L. 2,677,093. 
Maltby, Frederick L., and Kelley. 2,677,095. 
Bristol, Edward S., assignor to Leeds and Northrup Com- 
pany. 2,679,979, CI. 236—14. 
Bristol, Edward S., to Leeds and Northrup Co. 2,681,418, 

CI. 290 — 2. 
Bristol Laboratories Inc. : See — 

Buckwalter, Frank H. 2,690,414. 
Buckwalter, Frank H., and Granatek. 2.682,538. 
Buckwalter, Frank H., and Granatek. 2,682,539. 
Buckwalter, Frank H., and Granatek. 2,682,540. 
Cheney, Lee C. 2,681,909. 
Copper, Douglas E., and Cheney. 2,688,618. 
Granatek, Alphonse P., and Boyle. 2,681,906. 
Muir, Robert D., and Hatch. 2,682,493. 
Wheatlev, William B. 2,681,933. 
Wheatley, William B., and Alberi. 2,682,537. 
Bristol Slanufacturing Corporation, assignee : See — 

Laird, Hugh M., and Campagna. 2,680,310. 
Brite. Leigh A. : See — 

Gaul, Edward B., IL and Brite. 2,690,475. 
Brite Mfg. Co. : See — 

Harrison, George. 2,693,626. 
Brite-Lite Corp. of America : See — 

Myers, John P., and Porter. 2,695.379. 

British Acoustic Films Limited, assignee : See — 

Kolb, Otto K., and Petersen. 2,677,728. 

British Celanese Ltd. : See — 
Allan. John, and Thomas. 
Bate, Stanley C, Peach, and Rogerson. 
Ewing, Henry, and Blackmore. 2,681.446. 
Fisher, James W., and Wheatley. 2,677,677. 
Fisher, Walter J., and Eccles. 
Flanagan, Bernard J., and Mulhall. 2,697,928. 
Groombridge, Walter H., Bates, and Fisher. 

Hampsdn, Noel A., Downing, and Drewltt. 2,679,450. 

Hampson, Noel A., Downing, and Drewitt. 2,679,492. 

Hawkes, John A., and Billing. 2,686,102. 

Johnson, Edcar B., and Webster. 2,687.944. 

Kowolik Ernest J., Downing, and Drewitt. 2,697,698. 

Lincoln, James. 2.684,281. 

Lincoln, James. 2.692,248. 

Lincoln, James. 2,092.249. 

Massev. Kenneth, and Patchett. 

Olpin.Henrv C, and Jackson. 2,686.707. 

Taylor, Matthew M. 2,695,440. 

Upton, Edward J., and Ottewell. 2.693.008. 

Walker Eric E.. Mann, and Levers. 2,67o,337. 

Wheatley, Edward W.. and Fisher. 2,688,011. 
British Cellophane Ltd. : See — „ ^o. ^..^ 

Berry, William, Oswin, and Boyd. 2,684,919. 
British Cotton Industry Research Assn., The : See — 

Davies. Frank. 2,683,471. 

Moseley, John F., and Davies. 2,681.666. 
British Drug Houses Ltd., The : See — 

Jenner. George T. 2,685,366. 
British Duplex Seals Ltd., assignee : See — 

Keller, Bernhard. 2,679,998. 
British Fibrak Separator Co. Ltd., The : See — 
Booth, Frank. 

Booth, Frank. 2,683,400. 
British Industrial Plastics Limited, assignee : See — 

Groves, Walter R. 2.680.447. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



69 



British Insulated Calleiider's Cables Ltd. : See — 
Conninc. James. 2,67(>,:iSy. 
Latin, Aubrey. 2,674,373. 
I'aoker. Jolinson L., and flrieve. 
Reed. Neville S. 2,689. 0:». 
Richardson, Arthur B. F. G., TunnlcllCf, and Fisher. 

2.678,838. 
KlcUardson, Arthur B. F. G., Tunnicliff. and Fisher. 

2.678,839. 
Robson, iji-iton S. 
Spencer, James A. 2.680.359. 
Ward George R. 2,678,986. 
Britisli Iron .-ukT Stool Kosearch Assn., The: See — 
Burns, Charles, and Carlisle. 

HossiMihori;. W ilfriil C. F., and Sims. 2,680.976. 
Hessonbori.'. Wilfrid C. F,. and Sims. 2,680,978. 
British Messier Limited, assignee : See — 

Conway, Hugh G. 
British U.\\gen Co. Ltd., The : See — 
Cockett. Alfred II. 2.G80.968. 
EUinger, Leo P. 2,683,750. 
Schuftan, Paul M. 
British Resin Products Limited, assignee : See — 

Evans. Edward M., and Whitney. 
British Tabulating Machine Co. Ltd., The: See — 
Booth. Andrew D. 2.680.S19. 
Keen, Harold H. 2.679,797. 
Keen. Harold H. 2.694.758. 
Rlgby, Ivor V. 2,688,665. 
British Telecommunications Research Ltd. : See — 

Thomas. Arthur. 2.680.849. 
British Thomson-Houston Co. Ltd., The : See — 
Melville. William S. 2,689,311. 
McDonald, Duncan. 2.682.168. 
British Vacuum Cleaner and Engineering Company Lim- 
ited. The, assignee : See — 

Wright, Robert D. H. 2,679,448. 
Brittain. Richard J.. Jr.. assignor to General Motors Cor- 
poration. 2.676,854, CI. 308 — 41. 
Brittain, Richard J., Jr., Berkeley Heights, and C. W. 
Kien, Scotch Plains, N. J., assignors to General Motors 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Journal box. 2,672,382, 
Mar. 16. 
Britton, Brigham, and W. S. Prendergast, to Carlon Prod- 
ucts Corp. 2,690,806, CI. 166 — 42. 
Britton, Charles F., and J. E. Harrier. 2,687,718 CI. 

128—30. 
Britton. Edgar C. : See — 

Petrie, Peter S., and Britton. 2,694,087. 
Britton, Edgar C, and J. D. Head, assignors to The Dow 

Chemical Company. 2,676,189, CI. 260—600. 
Britton, Frances R. : See — 

Baumgartner, Eric A. 2.696,973. 
Britton, Robert E., assignor of V2 to F. G. Filippi. 

2.676,753. CI. 230 — 45. 
Britton, Sylvester C. : See — 

Schlrmer, Robert M., Quigg, and Britton. 2,688.840. 
Britton, Sylvester C, and R. M. Schirmer, to Phillips 

Petroleum Co. 2,683,961, CI. 60 — 35.6. 
Brixius, Jacob K., and C. W. Savitz, assignors to Air-Maze 

Corporation. 2.675,091, CI. 183 — 7. 
Brixner, Berlyn, Los Alamos, N. Mex., assignor to the 
United States of America as represented by the tfnited 
States Atomic Energy Commission. Continuous record- 
ing high speed frame camera. 2.668.473, Feb. 9. 
Brixner, Frederick W., to General Railway Signal Co. 

2,690.238, CI. 188—62. 
Broad, Walter A., to H. J. Elliott Ltd. 2,691,892, CI. 

73—371. 
Broadie, Alfred D., and G. D. Hoyal, Amarillo, Tex. 

Folding high chair. 2,666,475. Jan. 19. 
Broadway, Leonard F., Ickenham, assignor to Electric & 
Musical Industries Limited. Hayes, England. Electron 
discharge device having cavity resonator. 2,668,258, 
Feb. 2. 

Broadway. 'Samuel G., Columbia, Tenn. Safety device for 
hydraulic brakes. 2,669,843, Feb. 23. 

Broadwell, William C., to Assembled Products Inc. 
2.086.619. CI. 223 — 49. 

Broberg, Georg K. J., Solna, assignor to AB Svenska 
Flaktfabriken, Stockliolm, Sweden. Fastening work- 
pieces to metal plates. 2,673,390, Mar. 30. 

Broberg, Karl J. G., to AB Svenska Flaktfabriken. 
2.687,686, Cl. 98—110. 

Broberg. Walter O. W. : See — 

Vigren, Sten D., Bmherc. and Zander. 2,693,554. 

Brochstein, Isaac S. 2,678,793. Cl. 248—243. 

Brock, Edward P., Melrose, Mass. Boiler blow-ofE and 
sewer protection. 2,664,909, Jan. 5. 

Brock, Harold L., to Ford Motor Co. 2,683,382, Cl. 74 — 
533. 

Brock, Harold L., Detroit, and J. R. Stevenson. Ann 
Arbor, assignors to Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, 
Mich. Transmission control. 2,667,082, Jan. 26. 

Brock, Harold L.. Detroit, and J. R. Stevenson, Ann Arbor, 
assignors to Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Mich. 
Transmission. 2,669,880, Feb. 23. 

Brock, John E., Fairmont, and D. Zanotti. Morgantown, 
W. Va., assignors to Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 
East Pittsburgh, Pa. Lamp holder. 2,670,115, Feb. 23. 

Brock, John M., Millwood, Wash. Mobile workbench. 
2,672,349, Mar. 16. 

Brock, John W. 2,680,006, Cl. 255 — 33. 



Brock, Leonard L., Jr. 2,694,400, Cl. 131-237. 

Brock, Lyumar. 2,688,430. Cl. 229—14. 

Brock, Margaret M. 2 682,978, Cl. 223—89. 

Brock. Maurice C to Houston Oil Field Material Co., Inc. 
2.095.632. Cl. 138—90. 

Brock, Norbert, Brackwede, E. KUhas, Gadderbaum, and 
M. Schmeisser, Munich, assignors to Asta-Werke Aktlen- 
gesellsehaft, Chemische Fabrlk, BrackwedCj Westphalia, 
Germany. N-alkylation of phenylaminoacetic acid esters. 
2,66.''). 300. Jan. 5. 

Brock & Kankin, Inc., assignee : See — 
Hildmann, William B. 

Brock. Paul P.. Gillespie. 111. Fishing accessory. 
2.673,416, Mar. 30. 

Brock. Peter K., and S. T. Druckenmiller, to E. I. du Pont 
da Nemours & Co. 2,094,197, Cl. 1 — 11. 

Brockmann, Hans, and A. Bohne, to Schenley Industries, 
Inc. 2.693,433, Cl. 167 — 65. 

Brockmole, Alvin J., deceased (by E. M. Brockmole, ex- 
ecutrix). 2,694,135, CL 219 — 34. 

Brockmole, Eve M. : See — 

Brockmole, Alvin J. 2,694.135. 

Brockway, Charles E., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Preparing alkyl 
esters of acrylic acids. 2,666,782, Jan. 19. 

Brockway, George R. 2.687,589. Cl. 40—28. 

Brockway Glass Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Poole, James P. 2,079,749. 

Brockway, Murillo M., Glendale, Calif. Window well con- 
struction for autobuses. 2,668,735, Feb. 9. 

Brodbeck, Aimer H., Webster Groves, assignor to Magic 
Chef, Inc., St. Louis. Mo. Food conditioner for cooking 
ranges. 2,666,837, Jan. 19. 

Brodbeck, Aimer H., to Magic Chef, Inc. 2,682,203, Cl. 
120 — 41. 

Broden, Edwin N., to The Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. 
2,085,926, Cl. 164—65. 

Broden, Edwin N., to The Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. 
2.696,883, Cl. 164 — 69. 

Broder. Jacob D. 2,690,465, Cl. 136—153. 

Broderick, Aubrey E., to Union Carbide and Carbon Corp. 
2,682,535, Cl. 260 — 231. 

Broderick, Aubrey E., and C. R. W. Morison, to Union 
Carbide and Carbon Corp. 2,689,863, Cl. 260 — 468. 

Broderick, John J. : See — 

Berlyn, Martin J., and Broderick. 2,679.805. 

Broderson, Charles K., assignor to Shell Development 
Company. 2,674,880. Cl. 73—207. 

Broderson. Neil O. 2,690,741. Cl. 123 — 30. 

Brodhacker, John W., U. S. Navy, assignor to Commercial 
Solvents Corporation, Terre Haute. Ind. Noncaking feed 
supplement. 2,665.209. Jan. 5. 

Brodhacker, John W., assignor to Commercial Solvents 
Corporation. Terre Haute, Ind. Model engine fuel. 
2,073.793, Mar. 30. 

Brodick, Benjamin. 2,074,244, Cl. 128 — 107. 

Brodie, George H., to International Telephone and Tele- 
graph Corp. Re. 23,854, Cl. 179—170. 

Eroding, Robert A. : See — 

Summers, Gerald C, and Eroding. 2,691,422. 

Brodrick, Charles I. : See — 

Short, Wallace F., Brodrick, and Donaldson. 
2,683,711. 

Brodtmann. Walter B. 2,681.237, Cl. 282—29. 

Brody, David, assignor to Van Erode Milling Co., Inc., 

Clinton, Mass. Fuel packages. 2,666,695, Jan. 19. 
Brody, David, and S. Coleman, assignors to Van Erode 
Milling Co., Inc. 2,676,348, CI. 15 — 105. 

Brody, Frederick : See — 

Long, Robert S., and Brody. 2,679,499. 

Brody, Frederick, to American Cyanamid Co. 2,688,616, 
Cl. 260 — 249.5. 

Brody, Frederick, to American Cyanamid Co. 2,690,437, 
CI. 260—153. 

Brody, Frederick, to American Cyanamid Co. 2,694,713, 
Cl. 200—279. 

Brody, Frederick, to American Cyanamid Co. 2,694,714, 
CI. 260—287. 

Brody, Frederick, and R. S. Long, to American Cyanamid 
Co. 2.695,298, Cl. 260—305. 

Brody, Nathan, assignor of one-third to H. B. Hass, 
Forest Hills, and one-third to G. L. Tone, Scarsdale, 
N. Y. Clamping device. 2,670,735, Mar. 2. 

Broekhuysen, William C. to American Machine & Foundry 
Co. 2,692.140. Cl. 273 — 43. 

Broekhuysen, William C, Garden City, E. E. PoliI, Elm- 
hurst, N. Y., and F. J. Roehm, Newark, N. J., assignors 
to American Machine & Foundry Company. Registra- 
tion device. 2,667,020. Jan. 26. 

Broekhuysen, William C., Garden City, and J. W. Warren, 
New York, N. Y., assignors to American Machine & 
Foundry Company. Cigarette rod condition measuring 
and indicating. 2,667,172, Jan. 26. 

Brofelth, Gustaf E., Halmstad, Sweden. Straightening 
mechanism for round bars. 2,670,781, Mar. 2. 

Brogan. Emmett V. : See — 

Cutlifl, Norman J., and Brogan. 

Brogdon, Harold F. : See — 

Jones, John P.. and Brogdon. 

Broge, Edward C, assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
and Company. 2,680,696, CI. 117—100. 

Broge, Edward C, and R. K. Her, assignors to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company. 2,680,677, Cl. 23 — 301. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Broge, Edward C, and R. K. Her. assignors to E. I. du 
Pont de Nenioui-s and Company. 2,680.721, CI. 252—313. 

Broido. Daniel. 2,674,408, CI. 235—60. 

Broldo, Jac(|ue.s. 2,69(;,7r)], CI. 88 — 18.4. 

Broken Hill Associated Smelters Proprietary Limited, 
Tlie, assignee : See — 

Burrow, William R., and Middlin. 

Broman, Bror O., Stora IDssingen, assignor to Aktiebolaget 
A. Ekstroms Maskinaffar, Stockholm, Sweden. Appara- 
tus for cleaning gas .swept heating surfaces. 2,605,118, 
Jan. 5. 

Broman, Bror O., Stora Essingen, Stockholm, Sweden. 
Method and apparatus for cleaning gas-swept heating 
surfaces. 2,665,119, Jan. 5. 

Broneer, Oscar T. 2.(;9r),026. CI. 129— 10, 

Broner, Paul E. 2,097,845, CI. 14 — 45. 

Bronk, Fay E., to Rittei- Co., Inc. 2,081.408, CI. 219—39. 

Bronk, Pay E., to Ritter Co., Inc. 2,690,94.5, CI. 312 — 22. 

Bronk. Fay E.. to Ritter Co., Inc. 2,698,156, CI. 249—58. 

Bronson, George E. : See — 

Dahl.strom. Roy, and Bronson. 

Bronson, Robert U. 2,690,367, CI. 311—84. 

Bronson, Winthrop F. : S(?e — 

Robinson. Francis E.. and Bronson. 2,094,643. 

Bronstein, Jesse B., to Trojan Powder Co. 2,082,477, 
CI. 100—36. 

Bronstein, Jesse B., Jr., to Trojan Powder Co. 2,683,164, 
CI. 260—467. 

Bronstien, Edward L.. to United States Bedding Co. 
2,688,757, CI. 5—278. 

Bronzo. Frank A., assignee : See — 
Wbalen, John X. 

Brook, Leonard, assignor to The Forgrove Machinery 
Company Limited. 2,076,441. CI. 5.3 — 41. 

Brook, Leonard, assignor to The Forgrove Machinery 
Company Limited. 2,079,765, CI. 74 — 470. 

Brooke, Jesse M. : See — 

O'Neil, John P., and Brooke. 2,678,954. 

Brooke, Jesse M., to Phillips Petroleum Co. 2,698,224, 
CI. 23—288. 

Brooker, Leslie G. S. : See — 

Heseltine, Donald W., and Brooker. 
Van Lare, Earl, and Brooker. 2,691,052. 

Brooker, Leslie G. S., to Eastman Kodak Co. 2,689,849, 
CI. 260—240.6. 

Brookes, Dennis W. : See — 

Bloedel, Prentice, Hansel, Riches, and Brookes. 
2.075.255. 

Brookfleld, Donald W., assignor to The Bristol Company. 
2,679,750, CI. 73—59. 

Brooks, Benjamin T., assignor to Glycerine Corporation 
of America. Inc. 2.680,703, CI. 195—38. 

Brooks, E. J., Co. : See — 

Moberg, Sigurd M. 2,686,379. 
Brooks, Winfred M. 

Brooks, Edward H., Jr., 50% to E. H. Thompson. 
2,683,365, CI. 68—158. 

Brooks. Frank W., to General Motors Corp. 2.695.078, 
CI. 188—79.5. 

Brooks, George W., assignor to Belmont Throwing Com- 
pany. 2,679,739, CI. 00—180. 

Brooks, John W.. and S. L. Meisel. assignors to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated. 2,675,373, CI. 
260—139. 

Brooks, Joseph H. : See — 

Baker, Harold E., and Brooks. 

Brooks, Joseph H., West Peabody, assignor to Sylvania 
Electric Products Inc., Salem, Mass. Article transfer 
apparatus. 2.665.814, .Tan. 12. 

Brooks, Linzv W. 2,097,370. CI. 81 — 58. 

Brooks, Lorimer P. 2,684,244, CI. 272—8. 

Brooks, Marvin C, Packanack Lake, and E. C. Ladd, Pas- 
saic, N. J., assignors to United States Rubber Company, 
New York, N. Y. Compounding butyl rubber. 2,665,204, 
Jan. 5. 

Brooks, Marvin C, and R. H. Bwart. assignors to United 
States Rubber Company. 2,680,124, CI. 200 — 448.8. 

Brooks, Robert A., to E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. 
2,681.348. CI. 260 — 314.5. 

Brooks, Robert C, to Cameron Iron Works, Inc. 2,683,045, 
CI. 285—22. 

Brooks, Robert J., to Geo. W. King Ltd. 2,088,935, CI. 
104 — 104. 

Brooks, Robert J., to Geo. W. King Ltd. 2,688,936, CI. 
104 — 104. 

Brooks. Robert M., assignor to Hercules Powder Company. 
2.678,310, CI. 260 — 220. 

Brooks. Winfred M., West Orange, assignor to E. J. 
Brooks Company, Newark, N. J. Bag seal. 2,609,476, 
Feb. 16. 

Brooksliire, Levi B. : See — 

Gates, Charles E., and Brookshire. 2,684.210. 

Broomell, George L., Jr., and C. E. Miller, assignors to 
Leeds and Northrup Company. 2,678,422, CI. 324 — 99. 

Brophy, James N.. assignor, by mesne assignments, to R. 
C. Brophy, Wakefield, Mass. Fish scaling machine. 
2.604.591. Jan. 5. 

Brophy, John J., Salem, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Stiffening 
portion of shoes. 2,670,483, Mar. 2. 

Brophy, John J., and R. R. Perron, Salem, Mass., as- 
signors to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Fleming- 
ton, N. J. Adhesive bonding processes. 2,668,133, 
Feb. 2. 



Brophy, Ruth <:., assignee : See — 

Brophy, James N. 
Brosious. Malcolm J. : See — 

Ewlng, John F., Brosious, and Barber. 2,685,971. 
Broske, William F. : See — 

Kerchner, Jay B., and Broske. 2,693,216. 
Brosky, Stanley J., assignor to American Can Company. 

2.0H0.551. CI. 226—88. 
Brosseau, Don A. : S^ee — 

Smith, William M., Freeberg, and Brosseau. 2,679,343. 
Brothers, George R., Jr., to The Lerio Corp. 2,082,970, 

CI. 220 — 44. 
Brotsky, Abraham. 2,683,787, CI. 200 — 115.5. 
Broughton, Arthur E., Glens Falls, N. Y. Spray nozzle. 

2,665,946, Jan. 12. 
Broughton, Douglas J., assignor to Buxton, Incorporated. 

2.075.043. CI. 150— fiS. 
Brouillard. Robert B., Westfleld. N. J., assignor to General 
Aniline & Film Corporation, New York, N. Y. Prepar- 
ing metal phthalocyanines. 2,073,854, Mar. 30. 
Brouillette, Orite J., Galesburg, 111. Bed patient elevator. 

2,668,801, Feb. 9. 
Broussard, Douglas E. : See — 

McKinney, Howard E., and Broussard. 2,677,427. 
Broussard, Robert F., to IDller Meters, Inc. 2,685,953, 

CI. 194 — 72. 
Broussard, Robert F.. H. J. Miller, and L. D. SoUenberger, 

to Miller Meters, Inc. 2,695,090. CI. 194 — 72. 
Brouwer, Pieter H. J., to Hartford National Bank and 

Trust Co., trustee. 2,695,370. CI. 310 — 152. 
Broverman, Michael, to General Electric Co. 2,695,401, 

Cl. 340 — 222. 
Brow, Chester W., Whitman, Mass. Exposure meter for 

movie cameras. 2,669,155, Feb. 16. 
Brown, A. P. : See — 

Manthey, Louis R. 2,686,964. 
Brown. Albert A. : See — 

Hedgren. Arthur W., and Brown. 2.696,281. 
Brown, Albert M., and G. D. Stibbe, to G. Stibbe & Co. 

Ltd. 2.691,285, Cl. 66 — 140. 
Brown, Albert M.. and G. D. Stibbe, to G. Stibbe & Co. Ltd. 

2.697,337, Cl. 66 — 56. 
Brown, Alfred E. : See — 

Harris. Milton, and Brown. 2.085.496. 
Brown, Alfred E., to The Gillette Co. 2,688,972, Cl. 

132—7. 
Brown, Alfred G., Minneapolis, Minn. Ice-cream scoop. 

2.069.194, Feb. 16. 
Brown, Alfred S., and T. W. Terwilliger, to Skenandoa 

Rayon Corp. 2,690,375, Cl. 8—155.1. 
Brown, Amon H. : See — 

Feeney. Robert E., Brown, and MacDonnell. 
Brown. Andrew, and D. A. Tomlin, to International Stand- 
ard Electric Corp. 2.696.553. Cl. 246 — 134. 
Brown. Archer W. : See — 

Potter. Kenneth F.. and Brown. 2.089,655. 
Brown, Arthur E. 2.690.869, Cl. 230—150. 
Brown, Arthur E. 2,698.394, Cl. 310 — 112. 
Brown. Arthur G. : See — 

Silverstein. Robert M.. Bradv, and Brown. 2.686.766. 
Brown, Arthur S.. to Acragage Co. 2,693,890, Cl. 220—44. 
Brown & Bigclow : See — 
>elt. Paul W. 2.687,750. 
Gordenier, Robert E. 2.082.806. 
Gruber. Francis E. 2.695.508. 
Laidlaw, Howard G. 2.674.288. 
Martin, Richard H.. and Kelley. 2,674,032. 
Olson. John J. 2,083,946. 
Stageberg. Wilfred E. 2.683.979. 
Stageherg. Wilfred E. 2.604.242. 
Brown-Bridge Mills. Inc.. The. assignee: See — 

Holt, Frederick W.. Jr. 2.078.284. 
Brown-Brocknievpr Co.. The : See — 

Brown. Steffen S. 2,085.007. 
Brown Brothers & Co.. Limited, assignee : See— ■ 

Mitchell. Colin C. 2.675.284. 
Brown. Carl D.. assignee : See — 

Hamilton. William R. 
Brown. Charles : See — 

Hood. Myron E. 2,690,217. 
Brown. Charles K.. Jr.. and G. C. Smith, to R. E. John- 
son. 2. 681.171. Cl. 226—14. 
Brown. Charles R.. Glen Mills, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation. East Pittsburgh. Pa. Fuel vapor- 
izer system for combustion chambers. 2,672,727, Mar. 
23. 
Brown. Cicero C assignee : See — 

Potts. Ernest L. 2.675,875. 
Brown, Cicero C. 2.674.315. Cl. 166—11. 
2,678,806, Cl. 255 — 27. 
2.683,490, Cl, 166—131. 

2.684.119. Cl. 166 — 128. 

2.684.120. Cl. 166 — 173. 
and E. L. Potts : said Potts assor. to 



Brown, Cicero C. 
Brown, Cicero C. 
Brown, Cicero C. 
Brown, Cicero C. 
Brown. Cicero C, 



said Brown. 2,698.054, Cl. 166—21. 
Brown Citrus Machinery Corp. : See — 

Harden Carl. 

Harden. Carl. 2.686..541. 

Harden. Carl. 2.686.591. 
Brown, Clarence A. and C. N. 2,677,403. Cl. 146 — 78. 

Brown, Clarence J. : See — 

Schwanda, Theodore F.. and Brown. 2,696,094. 



LIJST OF PATENTEES 



71 



2,677,403. 

2,688,496. 



2,084,751. 



Urown, Clarence X. : See — 

lirown. C'laronce A. and C. N", 
Brown, Cleo J. : See — 

Sboultz, Alwin F., Brown, and Snow 
Brown. Clinton B. D. : See — 

Slason. Frank K. 2,i!75.217. 
Slasou, Frank K. 2,697,633. 
Brown, Clyilo A., Luck, Wis., assignor, by mesne asslgn- 
inonts, to Solniix Dispensers, Inc. Fountain dispenser. 
2.673,01).'). Mar. 23. 
Brown, Clyde A., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Selmix 

Dispensers, Inc. 2,678,004, CI. 137 — 630. 
Brown Co. : See — 
Cook, Ernest P. 
Hoos, Benjamin G. 2,687,352. 
Brown, Donald D. : See — 

Andrews, Harry E., Comer, and Brown. 
Brown, Donald H. : See — 

Arras. Damiano, and Brown. 2,677,982. 
Brown. Donald L. : 6'c( — 

Haas. Edward W., and Brown. 2,085,406. 
Brown, Earl L., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company. St. Louis, Mo. Detergent composi- 
tions. 2.673,842, Mar. 30. 
Brown, Earl Y., Sr.. Fort Worth. Tex. Collapsible sandbox 

for children. 2.673.086, Mar. 23. 
Brown, Edmond L. : See- 
Brown, Maclean and E. L. 2,679,334. 
Brown, Edmund D., assignor to United Aircraft Corpora- 
tion. 2,670,460, CI. 60 — 39.65. 
Brown. Edward K., assignee : See — 

Leutz. David .M. 
Brown, Edward S. 2,694,891, CI. 56 — 10. 
Brown, Emmett S. : See — 

Witzke. Ernest C, Wehmeyer. and Brown. 2,694,385. 
Brown, Emory J., Towson, Md. Automatic roll preventer 

for self-propelled vehicles. 2,672,203, Mar. 16. 
Brown, Ernest H., Binghamton, N. Y. Refrigerator ap- 
paratus. 2,667,759, Feb. 2. 
Brown, Erving F. 2, 689.494, CI. 81 — 15. 
Brown, Ethel C. 2,682,875, CI. 128 — 285. 
Brown Fintube Company, assignee : See — ■ 

Brown, John W., Jr. 
Brown, Fordvce M. : See — 

Tuttle, Clifton M., and Brown. 
Brown-Forman Distillers Corp. : See — 

Scott, Henry L., Hyatt, and Carter. 2,688,540. 
Brown, Forrest W., Darien, Conn., assignor to The Reflec- 
tone Corporation. Moving target generating device. 
2,664,754. Jan. 5. 
Brown, Forrest \V., New Canaan, assignor to The Reflec- 
toue Corporation, Stamford, Conn. Moving target gen- 
erating device. 2,669,033, Feb. 10. 
Brown, Foster S., assignor to E. P. Foster. 2,678,484, 

CI. 28—1. 
Brown, Frank E., Burbank, assignor 



Los Angeles, Calif. 
12. 



to F. M. Turnbull, 



Brown, Frank E., 
CI. 128 — 218. 

Brown, Frank E., 
233. 

Brown, Frank M. 

Brown, Frank N. 

Brown, Frank R. 
2,690,709. CI. 138 

Brown, George R., 



Syringe assembly. 2,665,687, Jan. 
Inc. 2,695,02; 
2,698,015, CI. 128- 



to Chas. Pfizer & Co. 
to F. M. Turnbull 



2,683,197, CI. 200—86.5. 
2,683,610, CI. 280 — 35. 
to The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. 
55. 
and K. R. Larson, St. Paul, Minn, 
ice to form 



Machine for disintegrating and removing 
navigation channels. 2,665,655, Jan. 12. 

Brown, George T., Jr., assignor to The National Cash Reg- 
ister Company, Dayton, Ohio. Hand stamp device. 
2,664,820 Jan. 5. 

Brown. George W. 2,697,512, CI. 209 — 28. 

Brown & Green Ltd. : See — 

Gudgeon. Ronald P. 2,680,983. 

Brown, Guy E., to H. J. Eastman. 2,091,507, CI. 255 — 1.6. 

Brown, Harold J. 2,689,280. CI. 200 — 90. 

Brown, Harold J., to Westinghouse Air Brake Co. 
2,097.779, CI. 246—146. 

Brown, Harold M. 2,697,590. CI. 259 — 144. 

Brown, Harold P., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company. New Y'ork, N. Y. Elasticizing 
plastic carboxyl containing synthetic polymeric rubbery 
materials and elastic products produced thereby. 
2.009,550. Feb. 16. 

Brown, Harold P., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Interpolymer, 
elastic product thereof, and making same. 2,671,074, 
Mar. 2. 

Brown, Harold P., to The B. F. Goodrich Co. 2,681,327, 
CI. 200—41.5. 

Brown, Harold P., to The B. F. Goodrich Co. 2,098,318, 
CI. 260—80.7. 

Brown, Harry. 2,675.978. CI. 248 — 65. 

Brown, Henry, assignor to The tldylite Corporation. 
2,678,910, CI. 204 — 49. 

Brown, Henry, to The Udylite Corp. 2,690,996, CI. 
204 — 49. 



Brown, 
204— 



Henry, to The Udylite Corp. 
49. 



2,694,041, CI. 



Brown, Herbert C. : See — 
Schlesinger, Hermann I., 



and Brown. 2,683,721. 



Brown, Horace D. : Sec — 

Rogers, Edward F., and Brown. 2,682,561. 

Brown, Howard D. 2.080,597, CI. 255 — 09. 

Brown, Hugh M., to the United States of America as rep- 
resented by the Secretary of the Navy. 2,089,915, CI. 
250-36. 

Brown, Hugh S., Wauwatosa, assignor to Briggs & Strat- 
ton Corporation, Milwaukee. Wis. Splash tyi>e lubri- 
cating dt'vicc tor sinijlo ovlindpr horizontal internal- 
combustion engines. 2,609,322, Feb. 10. 

Brown, Iluie \V., St. Louis, Mo. I'iston and rod. 
2,071,704, Mar. 9. 

Brown. Ho M., assignor to The Ballantyne Company, 
Omaha, Nebr. Electrically actuated out-of-door 
speaker. 2,670,807, Mar. 2. 

Brown, Irving C. : See — 

Gross, William E., Hale, and Brown. 

Brown, Jack W. 2,683,974. CI. 0.")— 15. 

Brown, James D., to Toledo Scale Co. 2,682,078, CI. 
17—20. 

Brown, James D., to Toledo Scale Co. 2,082,289, CI. 
146—102. 

Brown, James E. : See — 

Osburn, Joe C, and Brown. 

Brown, James IC. 2.693,401, CI. 312 — 238. 

Brown. James H. : See — 

Baker, .\rtliur .\.. and Brown. 

Brown, James S. 2,688,444, CI. 235 — 88. 

Brown, James W., and H. E. W. Burnside, to Standard 
Oil Development Co. 2,683,158, CI. 200 — i49.6. 

Brown, Jean E. : See — 

Baumgardner, Versa! F. 2,698,167. 

Brown, Jesse B., to Bendix Aviation Corp. 2,695,035, CI. 
137—622. 

Brown John : See — 

Lloyd, Peter, Shilling, Brown, and Boulter. 

Brown, John H., Jr., and W. E. Larson, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company. 2,676,997, CI. 260 — 654. 

Brown, John P., to The Residue Co. 2,698,101, CI. 214 — 
10.5. 

Brown, John R., to The Reliance Gauge Column Co. 
2.091,899. CI. 74 — 471. 

Brown, John R., and R. L. Gilbert, assignors to The Reli- 
ance Gauge Column Company. 2,678,434, CI. 340 — 244. 

Brown, John W., Westport, Conn., assignor to Gunderson- 
Taylor Machinery Company, Denver, Colo. Backfill 
tamper. Re. 23,703, Jan. 5. 

Brown, John W., Jr., Lakewood, assignor to Brown Fin- 
tube Company, Elyria, Ohio. Apparatus for twisting 
helical fins and bonding them to tubes. 2,667,852, 
Feb. 2. 

Brown, Kenneth M., to Universal Oil Products Co. 
2,697,064, CI. 196—28. 

Brown, Kenneth W. : See-^- 

Schwien, Leo N., and Brown. 2,679,712. 

Brown, Laddie L. : See — 

Kolbe, Frank F., and Brown. 2,084.753. 

Brown, Llovd H., and P. A. Wells, Jr., to The Quaker Oats 
Co. 2,698,319, CI. 260—88.5. 

Brown, Lute, Fairmont, W. Va. Saw sharpening machine. 
2,666,346, Jan. 19. 

Prown, Lyman R.. Douglaston, and K. J. Whittet. Center- 
port, N. Y., assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, 
Incorporated. Countercurrent vaporizing flare burner. 
2. 667. 156. Jan. 26. 

Brown. Maclean and E. L, 2,679,334, CI. 222 — 9. 

Brown, Marshall A. 2,089,062, CI. 221 — 197. 

Brown, Morden G.. Darien, Conn., assignor to American 
Optical Company, Southbridge, Mass. Applicator for 
hemolyzing whole blood. 2.073,789, Mar. 30. 

Brown. Morris C. and W. E. Highley. assignors to Carter 
Carburetor Corporation. 2,075,792. CI. 123—119. 

Brown, Norman. 2,693,911, CI. 23.5 — 74. 

Brown, Norman M., Jr., to The Garrett Corp. 2,694,170, 
CI. 318—55. 

Brown, Norman M., Jr., and C. A. Shank, to The Garrett 
Corp. 2,684,459, CI. 318—29. 

Brown, Owen. 2,692,094, CI. 244 — 2, 

Brown, Owen. 2,692.121, CI. 258 — 1,8. 

Brown, Owen. 2.096,955, CI. 244 — 03. 

Brown, Owen. 2,696.957, CI. 244 — 110. 

Brown, Paul, to Packaging Materials Corp. 2,080,996, CI. 
92 — 39, 

Brown, Peter M., Jr., and S. M. Beekman, to Reheis Co., 
Inc. 2,080,800, CI. 200 — 448. 

Brown, Ralph, Fall Brook, assignor to Glass Labeling & 
Decorating Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Process and 
apparatus for making glass articles. 2,665,524, Jan. 12. 

Brown, Ralph, and R. A. Wallace, Jr., to General Controls 
Co. 2.097.155, CI. 200—152. 

Brown, Ralph E., to Genlsco, Inc. 2,083,202, CI. 201 — 59. 
Brown, Ralph E., and O. W. Weiss, assignors to James R. 

Kearney Corporation. 2,675,506, CI. 317 — 23. 
Brown, Raymond R.. assignor to Phillips Petroleum Com- 
pany. 2,075,533. CI. 340—17. 

Brown, Richard G. : See — 

Luster, Carl J., and Brown. 2,693,102. 
Brown. Richard J. : See — 

Raymond, David L.. and Brown. 2,677,501. 

Brown, Robert A., and P. G. Du Pont, assignors to Rem- 
ington Arms Company, Inc. 2,679,618, Cl. 315 — 183. 

Brown, Robert B., Jr. 2,688,301, Cl. 116 — 129. 

Brown, Robert G., Downey, Calif. Electrostatic gen- 
erator. 2,667,615, Jan. 26. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Dale, SpnrhaiD, and Brown. 



Brown, Robert L. : See — 
Allan, George W. C, 
2,t!iJ6.019. 

Brown, Uobert L., West Chester, Pa., assignor to B. I. du 

Pont de Nemours and Company, Wilmington, Del. Di- 

methylene glvcol.imides as solvents for acrylonltrile 

polymers. 2,671,067, Mar. 2. 

Brown, Robert R., to Elastic Stop Nut Corp. of America. 

2,697,855, CI. 18—59. 
Brown, Robert \V., Naugatuck, Conn., assignor to United 
States Rubber Coiiipiiny, New York, N. Y. Shortstop- 
ping of butadiont'-styrene emulsion polymerization. 
2.()67,472, Jan. 20. 
Brown, Robert W., assignor to United States Rubber 

Company. 2.080.111. CI. 260 — 84.7. 
Brown, Robinson VV. : See — 

Slick, Thomas B., Hrown, and Metcalf. 
Brown, Robinson W., assignor, bv mesne assignments, to 
United States Lift Slab Corporation. 2,080,633, CI. 
287—20.3. 
Brown, Roger W., assignor to Cone Automatic Machine 
Company Inc., Windsor, Vt. Out-of-stoek responsive 
mechanism. 2.609.345, Feb. 16. 
Brown, Roger W., to Cone Automatic Machine Co. Inc. 

2,690,692, CI. 82 — 24. 
Brown, Roy W., to The Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. 

2.685,964, CI. 206 — 46. 
Brown, Royce M, 2,680.424. CI. 119—3. 
Brown, Russell H.. Hammond, Ind., assignor to Standard 
on Company, Chicago. 111. Odor improvement of pe- 
troleum oils. 2,671,049, Mar. 2. 
Brown-Saltman, assignee : See — 

Kenl. John J. 
Brown. Seymour W.. and R. Tate, said Brown assignor to 

Carrier Corp. 2,683,408, CI. 98 — 40. 
Brown Shoe Company. Inc.. assignee : See — 

Crandall, John N., and Richardet. 
Brown Steel T.nnk Co. : See — 

Brown, Walter V. 2,684,683. 
Brown. Walter V.. and Locemann. 
Clark. Frank G. 2,679,278. 
Brown, Steffen S., to The Brown-Brockmeyer Co. 

2,685.667, CI. 318—196. 
Brown, Stewart K. : See — • 

Noyes, Edwin A. 2.687,508. 
Brown, Theodore E. 2,682,417, CI. 280 — 116. 
Brown, Tom N. 2.676.053. CI. 294 — 91. 
Brown. Tracey B., assignor of 50% to W. R. Hoyler. 

2,679,232, CI. 118 — 413. 
Brown, Virginia L. : See — 

Thomas. Theodore B., and Brown. 2,674,070. 
Brown, W. Hensel, as.signee : See — 

Mueller, Herman H. 
Brown, Walter J. 2,696,583, CI. ,321 — 18. 
2.697.194. Cl. 318— 327. 
2.697.197. CI. 321-19. 
to Brown Steel Tank Co. 2,684,683, 



Brown, Walter J. 
Brown, Walter J. 
Brown, Walter V., 

CI. 137 — 43. 
Brown. Walter V., 



Minneapolis, and W. F. Logemann, St. 



Minne- 
bodies. 



Corp. 



Paul, as.qicnors to Brown Steel Tank Company, 
apolls, Minn. Self-venting fill cap for tank 
2,669,250, Feb. 16. 

Brovm. Warren D. : See — 

Sturtevant, Mark J., Weertman, and Brown. 

Brown, Weidnn G., to Commercial Solvents 
2.692,2S'> 01. 260 — 5.^7. 

Brown, William, to Sturmey-Archer Gears Ltd. 2,687,050, 
CI. 74 — 750. 

Brown, William B. 2.681.573, CI. 73 — 341. 

Brown. William C. Lincoln, assicrnor to Raytheon Manu- 
facturing Company. Newton, Mass. Magnetron ampli- 
fier. 2.673.306. Mar. 23. 

Brown. William C, and W. M. Gottschalk, assignors to 
Raytheon Manufacturing Company. 2.678,407, CI. 
315—39. 

Brown. William C, and E. C. Dench, to Raytheon Mfg. Co. 
2.681, 4'>7. n. 31.5— 40. 

Brown, William E., Roaring Springs, Tex. Cotton stripper 
with moving comb. 2,664.687, Jan. 5. 

Brown, William B., Pewaukee, assignor to Cutler-Ham- 
mer, Inc., Milwaukee, Wis. Fixed differential adjust- 
ing means for pressure sensitive electrical control de- 
vices. 2,666,108. Jan. 12. 

Brown. William E., assignor to Cutler-Hammer. Inc. 
2.675.707 CI, 74 — 2. 

Brown. William E. 

Brown. William E. 
CI. 200—51.13. 

Brown. William E., to General Motors Corp. 2.692,920. 
CI. 200—16. 

Brown. William E. 
CI. 73—17. 

Brown. William .T. 2,694,395. CI. 128 — 38. 

Brown, William J. B. 2.691.842, CI. 43 — 44.9. 

Brown, William L., Lansdowne, Pa. Expansible chamber 
motor of fluid volume meters. 2.R67.147. Jan 20 

Brown, William M.. Sr. 2.675.032, CI. 143 — 43. 

Brown, William T. 2,688,205. CI. 43 — 26.2. 

Browne. Eugene V. : See — 

Feeney. Thomas A., and Browne. 2,678,179. 

Browne, Godfrey H. : See — 

Groce. Homer W., and Browne. 2.680.896. 
Sherrlll, Price E., Jr., and Browne. 2,690,243. 



2,678.632, CI. 119—157. 
to General Motors Corp. 



2,686,852, 



to Cutler-Hammer, Inc. 2,695,514, 



Browne, Godfrey H., assignor to Cocker Machine & Foundry 

Company. 2,678,485, CI. 28 — 39. 
lirowne, Godfrey Jl., and 11. W. <jio(.e. to Cocker Machine 

& Foundry Co. 2.681.030. CI. 118—11. 
Browne, Kenneth A., to The Chesapeake and Ohio Rail- 
way Co. 2.687.817. CI. 214—17. 
Browne, Lindsay II., Weston, Conn., assignor to American 

Brake Shoe Company, Wilmington, Del. Compressor. 

2.608,004, Feb. 2. 
Brownell. George M. : See — 

Pringle, Robert W., Koulston, and Brownell. 
2,086,266. 
Brownell, William B. : See — 

Weston, Arthur W., and Brownell. 2,683,149. 
Brownell, William E. 2,679,691, CI. 33 — 174. 
Browner, William J., San Francisco, assignor to Relax- 

acizor. Inc.. Los Angeles, Calif. Means for electrical 

therapy. 2.668,540, Feb. 9. 
Browneye, Martin : Sec — - 

Helms, Laurence C. and T. R., and Browneye. Re. 
23.907. 
Browning, George : iSce — 

Jepson, Ivar. and Browning. 
Browning, George V., L. C. Brunstrum, and W. L. Hayne. 

Jr., to Standard Oil Co. 2.697,693, Cl. 252 — 41. 
Browning, John, assignor to Imperial Chemical Industries 

Limited. 2,078.285, Cl. 117—138.8. 
Brownlee, Robert L., Mokena. 111. Cutting unit for power 

weed cutters. 2,()li9,827, Feb. 23. 
Brownyer, Nelson R., Birmingham, Mich., assignor, by 

mesne assignments, to Rockwell Spring and Axle Com- 

pan.v. Coraopolis, Pa. Multispeed drive mechanism. 



2.666,337. Jan. 19. 
Broyles, Daniel N., 

2,670,959. Mar. 2. 
Brovles, Horace N. 
Broyles, Mitchell T. : 



KnoxvlUe, Tenn. Shooting gallery. 



-84.5. 



2,677,425, 
See — • 
Church, Richard D. 2.692.991. 

Brovles, Otis T,. y, to W. B. Taylor and % to J. R. Crump. 
2,688,369, Cl. 166—100. 

Broz. Albert F.. Woodland Hills, assignor to W. S. Woods, 
Huntington Park, and V. M. Wittman, South Gate, 
Calif. Valve of the hybrid poppet-butterfly type. 
2,673,061, Mar. 23. 

Brozyna, Anton. 2,680,872, Cl. 15 — 147. 

Brubaker, Ezra O. : See — 

Berstler. Francis E. 2,685,872. 

Brubaker. Jacob Z., Manheim, Pa. Air-cooled valve. 
2.672,854. Mar. 23. 

Brubaker, Jacob 7,. 2.677,357, Cl. 12,3 — 41.1. 

Brubaker, Jacob Z. 2.695.012, Cl. 123 — 41.08. 

Brubaker, Jacob Z. 2,698.063, Cl. 184 — 6. 

Brubaker, John T. 2,690,616. Cl. 30 — 304. 

Brubaker, Leo N.. Dayton, Ohio. Method and apparatus 
for determining tip and tilt in aerial survey photogra- 
phv. 2,671.388. Mar. 9. 

Brubaker, Marlin R. 2,682,430, Cl. 301—1. 

Brubaker, Merlin M., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
and Company. 2.680,763. Cl. 260 — 487. 

Bruce, Anthony R. N., Portage La Prairie. Manitoba, 
Canada. Parking meter. 2,670,066, Feb. 23. 

Bruce. Edmond : See — 

Brewer, Sherman T., and Bruce. 2,686.837. 

Bruce, Edmond, and H. M. Straube. to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories. Inc. 2.684,405, Cl. 179 — 18. 

Bruce Engineering Corp. : See — 
Bruce, John K., and Davis. 
Brnce, John K., and Davis. 2.685.975. 

Bruce, John K., South Pasadena, and T. H. Davis. Alham- 
bra." assignors to Bruce Engineering Corporation, Pasa- 
dena, Calif. Combined merchandising package and ar- 
ticle carrier. 2,667,995, Feb. z. 

Bruce. John K., and T. H. Davis, to Bruce Engineering 
Corp, 2.685.975, Cl. 214—304. 

Bruce. Trncov K . Jr. 2,686,569, Cl. 170 — 160.32. 

Bruce. William P. : See — 

Diamond, Julius, and Bruce. 

Diamond, Julius, and Bruce. 2.695,903. 

Bruce, William P., Havertown, and J. Selfter, Willow 
Grove, Pa., assignors, by mesne assignments, to .American 
Home Products Corporation. New York. N. Y. Sub- 
stituted glycinamides. 2,665,.309. Jan. 5. 

Bruce. William F.. and J. Selfter, assignors, by mesne 
nssisrnments to .\m<^rioan Homo Products Corporation. 
2.670.1 SS Cl. 260 — 5.59. 

Bruce, William F.. and J. Selfter, assignors, by mesne 
assiimments. to American Home Products Corporation. 
2.678,948. Cl. 260—5.58. 

Bruce, William P.. and J. Selfter. to American Home 
Products Corp. 2.692,265, Cl. 260 — 287. 

Bruchlos, Charles A. 2,693.164. Cl. 116—84. 

Bruck, George G., to Specialties, Inc. 2,683,402, Cl. 95— 
64. 

Brilcke, Otto, to Metallgesellschaft Aktiengesellschaft. 
2.695,868, Cl. 202—46. 

Brnckman. Eric A., assignor to Excelsior Pearl Works, Inc. 
2,679,176, Cl. 79 — 6. 

Bruckman. Victor D. : See — 

Hohnstein, Paul J., and Bruckman. 2,684,827. 

Bruckman, William C. and M. A. Kreitchman. to Inter- 
national Telephone and Telegraph Corp. 2,687,861. Cl. 
248—24. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



73 



Bruckmann, Bruno W., Greene County, Ohio, assignor to 
United States of America as represented by the Secre- 
tary of the Air Force. Turbojet and rocl^et motor com- 
bination with hot gas iRnltlon system for nonself- 
reaction rocket fuels. 2,073,445, Mar. 30. 

Bruclimaun. Paul M. W.. assignor to The De Florez 
Company, Inc. 2.679,807, CI. 103 — 149. 

Urueikiii'r, Arlliur L.. and U. I.. Hoapau. asslpnors to The 
University of Maryland. 2,070,13.5. CI. 1C7— 78. 

BruesRer. Krnest, MasslUon, Ohio, assicnor to The Grls- 
com-Uussell Company, Now York, N. V. Making finnod 
tubes. 2,009,012, Feb. 10. 

Bruesuer. Zono A., % to L. G. Peterson. 2,095,029, CI. 
137—397. 

Bruesewltz, Arnold T., and D. R. Horwltz. assignors to 
U. S. Slicing Machine Company, Inc. 2,678,670, CI. 
146—94. 

Bruostlo, Arniin O., to The Cincinnati Mine Machinery Co. 
2.0S0.003, Cl. 202— .33. 

Bruestle, Carl O.. Metuchen, assignor to Syncro Machine 
Company. Perth Amboy, N. .T. Split cradle for tubu- 
lar stranding machines. 2,604.693, Jan. 5. 

Bruestle, Carl O., Metuchen, assignor to Centric Clutch 
Company, Cranford, N. J. Centrifugal clutch. 
2.670,829, Mar. 2. 

Bruestle, Carl O., to Syncro Machine Co. 2,681,544, Cl. 
57—65. 

Bruestle, Carl O., to Syncro Machine Co. 2,089,447, 
Cl. 57 — 58.36. 

Bruet, Ilenrl R., Neullly-sur-Selne, France. Control for 
duplicating lathe cutting tool holders. 2,671,432, 
Mar. 9. 

Bruger, Charles W., Union City, N. J. Holder for clean- 
ing implements. 2,072.639. Mar. 23. 

Bruger, Charles W. 2,678,647, Cl. 128—218. 

Brugge, Joseph E. : Sec — • 

Brugge, Philip E. and J. E. 2,076,504. 

Brugge, Philip E. and J. E. 2,070,504, Cl. 81—38. 

Brugger. Richard G., to The Sperry Corp. 2,095,198, Cl. 
308—9. 

Brugler, Richard L., to Chrysler Corp. 2,697,921, Cl. 62 — 
140. 

Brugniann, William IT., Jr. : See — • 

Tongberg. Carl O.. and Brugmann. 2,681,315. 

Brugmarin, William H., Jr., to Standard Oil Development 
Co. 2,694,084, Cl. 260 — 401. 

Bruin, Pleter : See — 

Den Hertog, Herman J., and Bruin. 

Bruining, Hajo : See — 

Schacen, Pleter, and Bruining. 2,692,341. 

Bruker, Ilobart W., assignor to G. W. Swift, Jr., Inc. 
2,074,299, Cl. 154—31. 

Brullhard, Otto, assignee : See — 
Sochor. Franz. 2,674,166. 

Bmmagin, Thomas H., assignor to Ajax Flexible Coupling 
Co. Inc. 2,678,720. Cl. 198—220. 

Brumbaugh, Chester C, Painesville, assignor to Diamond 
Alkali Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Obtaining anhydrous 
hydrogen chloride. 2,665,240, Jan. 5. 

Brumbaugh, Chester C, and R. A. Springer, to- Diamond 
Alkali Co. 2,693,403, Cl. 23 — 65. 

Brumbaugh. George U., to Peterbilt Motors Co. 2,694,943, 
Cl. 74 — J73. 

Brumbaugh, Isaac V., Clayton, Mo. Making valves. 
2,609,011, Feb. 10. 

Brumbaugh, Isaac V., Clayton, Mo. Valve. 2,609,418, 
Feb. 10. 

Brumbaugh, Robert E., to The Auer Register Co. 2,097,977, 
Cl. 98—106. 

Brumfield, John C, assignor to I-T-B Circuit Breaker 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Instantaneous trip circuit 
breaker. 2.073,908, Mar. 30. 

Brumfield. John C, assignor to I-T-E Circuit Breaker 
Company. 2,078.359, Cl. 200 — 88. 

Brumhill, Claude W., Tjeicester. and A. Pateman, Rothley, 
assignors to The Imperial Typewriter Company Limited, 
Leicester, England. Plural keyboard typewriting ma- 
chine. 2.666,515 .Tan. 19. 

Brumme, Frank J. 2,079.972. Cl. 230 — 117 

Brummor. Olin. 2.002.787. Cl. 288 — 11. 

Brunberg, Paul E., Detroit, Mich. Thermal regulation 
of work and tools. 2,670,528. Mar. 2. 

Brundage, Alan D., assignor to F. L. Jacobs Co. 2,679,392, 
Cl. 208—124. 

Brundage. Edear C. : See — 

Billard. Harold W.. and Brundage. 2,686,829. 

Brundage, John F., to Allis-Chalmers Mfg. Co. 2,085,159. 
Cl. 5.5—81.7. 

Brundage. William F. : See — 

White, Joe, and Brundage. 2,077,875. 

Bnindin, Nils 11., to Ekstrand & Tholand, Inc. 2,094,057, 
C). 134 — 13. 

Brundrett, George A., to General Motors Corp. 2,695,079, 
Cl. 188—88. 

Brundrett, George A., and M. Funkhouser, to General Mo- 
tors Corp. 2.095.0.'?4, Cl. 137 — 493.4. 

Brune, Ervln W. 2,688,817, Cl. 43 — 56. 
Rrune, William L., assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated. 2,077,101, Cl. 324 — 57. 

Bruner, Charles O. : See — 

Collins, Edward J. and J, L., and Bruner. 

284920— P 6 



Bruner, Hermann, H. RindtlelBch, and H. Tletze, assignors 

to O. H. Drager. 2,078,040, Cl. 128—30. 
Bruner. Walter M., and J. C. Lehr, assignors to B. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company. 2,078,280, Cl. 117 — 
141. 
Bruni, Rlccardo. 2,087,790, Cl. 192 — 40. 
Bruning, Charles, Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Strelch, Paul B., Sr. 
Bruning, Earl F., Lincoln, Nebr. Breakaway coupling for 

fluid conduits. 2,e00,0.')0, Jan. 19. 
Bruning, Fritz, W. Veldgen, E. Becker, and B. Billlg, de- 
ceased (E. Billig, heiress), to L. & C. Steinmuller, 
G. m. b. H. 2,090,907, Cl. 200— -23. 
Brunker George N. 2.094,239, Cl. 20 — 09. 
Brunn, Robert B. J., Manhasset, N. Y., assignor to Hazel- 
tine Research, Inc., Chicago, 111. Pulse-signal translat- 
ing system. 2,605,378, Jan. 5. 
Brunner, Clayton E. : Sec — 

Powell, George W., and Brunner. 2,686,991. 
Brunner, Ernst, Wilmslow, and F. W. Ilindes, Upper Mill, 
England, assignors to The Clayton Aniline Company 
Ltd. Optical bleaching agents containing two 1:2:3- 
trlazole rings. 2,660,062, Jan. 12. 
Brunner, John T. 2,697,404, Cl. 104 — 265. 
Brunner, Sam W. 2,077,370, Cl. 129 — 1. 
Bruno, Angel. 2,693,520. Cl. 200—153. 
Bruno, Victor M., and H. J. Wilson, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Umbrella. 2,667,884, Feb. 2. 
Bruns, Lawrence A., to The Crosse & Blackwell Co. 

2,084,107, Cl. 215—6. 
Brunsing, Rex L. 2,084,907, Cl. 99—193. 
Brunstrum, Lawrence C. : See — 

Browning, George V., Brunatrum, and Hayne. 
2,697,693. 
Brunstrum, Lawrence C, and R. Stelnbruch, to Standard 

Oil Co. 2,690,734, Cl. 73—55. 
Brunsvlga Machinenwerke Aktiengesellschaft : See — 

Menge, Eberhard. 2,687,255. 
Brunswlck-Balke-Collender Co., The : See — 
Anderson, Robert I. 2,693.359. 
Hedenskoog, Ernest. 2,688,486. 
Horn, Walter J. 
Huck, William F. 
Huck, William F. 2,682,405. 
Huck, William F. 2,082,407. 
Lund, Carl P. 2,082,404. 
Montooth, George A. 2,082,406. 
Montooth, George A. 2,088,485. 
Montooth, George A. 2,088,487. 
Montooth, George A., and Bowen. 2,697,605. 
Schlafender, Otto. 
Sundell, Carl A. 2,690,582. 
Watson, Lester H. 2,093,034. 
Winkler, Wynn G., and Anderson. 2,688,217. 
Whipple, Jack V., and Odmark. 2,676,016. 
Brunton, Donald C, assignor to Isotope Products Lim- 
ited. 2,075,482, Cl. 250—83.0. 
Brunton, Donald C, and N. Z. Alcock, assignors to Iso- 
tope Products Limited. 2,675,478, Cl. 250 — 43.5. 
Brunts, George W., and F. L. Shutters ; said Shutters to 

said Brunts. 2,692,466, Cl. 56 — 25.4. 
Brus, Emile P., Kansas City, Mo. Electrical plug with 
compressible means to retain contacts therein. 
2,609,701, Feb. 16. 

Bruscini Marcel : See — 

Di Chiara, Vincent J., and Bruscini. 
Brusell, Ernest J. 2,681,593, Cl. 88 — 41. 
Brusetti, Alfeo, assignor to Modern Granite Company, Inc., 

Barre, Vt. Carvlne stone. 2,671,978. Mar. 16. 
Brush, Clyde E. 2,690,024, Cl. 42—17. 
Brushmaster Saw, Inc. : See — 

Lawrence. Beniamin F. 2,697,457. 
Brussel, Fred H. : See — 

McLeod, Roy D. 2,092,614. 
Brussel, Sophia L. : See — 

McLeod, Roy D. 2,692.614. 
BruBt, Harry F., to The Dow Chemical Co. 2,691,672, 

Cl. 260 — 487. 
Brust, Harry F., to The Dow Chemical Co. 2,691,673, 

Cl. 260 — 487. 
Brust, Sylvester F. : See — 

Land, M.alcolm L., and Brust. 2,695,767. 
Brustman. Joseph A., assignor to Remington Rand Inc. 

2.077,815. Cl. 340—213. 
Brustman, Joseph A., to Remington Rand Inc. 2,694,144, 

Cl. 250—27. 
Bruttl, Pedro A., Buenos Aires, Argentina. Safety clasp. 

2,667,675, Feb. 2. 
Bryan, Alexander, and C. Heyniger, assignors to Aleort, 

Inc. 2.675,775, Cl. 114 — 165. 
Bryan Arana, Carlos S. 2,691.829. Cl. 33 — 207. 
Bryan, Artis C. 2,074,136. CI. 74—665. 
Bryan, Collis C, to Monsanto Chemical Co. 2,692,291, 

Cl. 200-000. 
Bryan, Frederick A. : See — • 

Taplin, George V., and Bryan. 2,093,805. 
Bry.an, George J. 2,077,303, Cl. 120—4. 
Bryan, Lloyd. 2,080,275, Cl. 24 — 253. 
Bryan, Norman L., Jr., Deland. Fla. Profile recording 

machine. 2,007,098, Feb. 2. 
Bryan, Thomas E. 2.081,014. Cl. 103—2,33. 
Bryan, William J., and J. B. Vrla. 2,675,799. Cl. 126—246. 



74 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



% to S. M. Edison. 



Bryant, Andrpw J. 2.675.C53, CI. 51—168. 
Bryant, Austin U. : See — 

Grove, Marvin H., and Bryant. 
Bryant CliiK-kinc (Jrlnder Co. : nice — 
Arms, iM prion M. 
Gates. Ilesslar H. 2,074,048. 
Gates, Hesslar H. 2,678,503. 
(Jrobev, I'aiil A. 
Grobey. Paul A. 2,077.921. 
Grobev, I'aul A. 2,(181.22!). 
Grobey, Paul A. 2,089.434. 
Grobey, Paul A. 2,691,531. 
Grobey, Paul A. 2.090.9SO. 
Moore, Willis F. 2,090,033. 
Bryant, Don W., assignor of 

2,07.^,534, CI. 340—97. 
Bryant, Ed H. 2,679,853, CI. 134 — 106. 
Bryant Klectric Company, The, assignee: See — • 
Allenby, William F. 
Webster, Benianiin C. 
Bryant, Goorpe F. and R. C. 2,090.914, CI. 279—2. 
Bryant, Harold W., Kenmore, N. Y.. and^ W. R. Corntli- 
waite, assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Preparation of high viscosity 
polvvinvl alcohol. 2,668.809. Feb. 9. 
Brvarit, James G., Jr. 2,678,652, CI. 130—6. 
Bryant, Marvin R., assignor to Elliott Knitting Mills, 
Inc., Hickory, N. C. Wrap stripe attachment for 
circular knitting machines. 2,670,617, Mar. 2. 
Brvant. Raymond C. : See — 

Bryant, George F. and R. C. 2,690,914. 
Brvant, Richard. 2,674.076. CI. 56—14. 
Bryant, William C. 2.684.810. CI. 235—91. 
Bryant, William K. 2,678,553, CI. 67—7.1. 
Brvce, Hugh G., to The Sharpies Corp. 2,697,725, CI. 

260—527. 
Brycel Ltd. : See — 

Simon, Walter E. A. 2.692.834. 
Brvden, Norman E. 2,679,074. CI. 20—35. 
Bryer. Jack, assignor to R. Hoe & Co., Inc. 2,678,565, 

CI. 74—216.5. 
Brynge, Hannes. 2.691. S97. CL 74 — 458. 
Brzozowski, Witold. to Thermal Research and Engineering 

Corp. 2.697,910, CI. 60—39.55. 
Brzozowski. Zvgmunt : See — 

Billings, William A., and Brzozowski. 2,696,227. 
Bub. Frank : See — 

Hamilton, William C, and Bub. 2,679,844. 
Bub, Robert A. : See — 

Lewis, John M., and Bub. 2,691,427. 
Bubb, Frank W., to Phillips Petroleum Co. 2,698.133. 

CI. 235—61. 

Bubbers. John J., Massapequa Park, and R. E. Stuhler, 

Elmhurst, N. Y. Resonant antenna. 2,671,852, Mar. 9. 

Buboltz. Victor. 2.681,091. CI. 146—164. 

Bucci, Felice, assignor to Fondazlone Emanuele Paterno, 

Rome, Italy. Preparation of cyanatesof ajkalimetals 



2,665,968, Jan. 12. 
Making frozen piazza. 



and McDermid. 



from urea and alkaline nitrites. 

Bucci. Joseph. Philadelphia, Pa. 
2,668,117. Feb. 2. 

Buchan. William P. : See — 

Nettekoven. William F., Buchan, 
2,676.7.39. 

Buchanan, Hugh, assignor to Houdaille-Hershey Corpora- 
tion. Detroit, Mich. Bumper with hinged section. 
2,672,363, Mar. 16. 

Buchanan, Lee i\I. : See — 

Quynn. John T., McNulty. and Buchanan. 2,675.097. 

Buchanan. Marion A. : See — 

Lewis, Harry F., and Buchanan. 2.674.575. 
Lewis, Harry F., and Buchanan. 2,698,233. 

Buchanan, Stephen N., assignor to Aircraft-Marine Prod- 
ucts Inc. 2.674.725. CI. 339—276. 

Buchele, Donald R.. and P. B. Day. 2,679,183, CI. 88—14. 

Bucher, Ralph. 2,691,554, CI. 308 — 76. 

Buchet, Louis : See — 

Letrilliart, Pierre, Delastre, and Buchet. 2,683,827. 

Buchholz. Arnold R. : See — 

Quirk, Earl W., and Buchholz. 

Buchholz. -Arnold R.. assignor to Brandt Automatic 
Cashier Company, Watertnwn, Wis. Coin-counting ma- 
chine. 2,669.998. Feb. 23. 

Buchholz. Arnold R., assignor to Brandt Automatic 
Cashier Company. 2,675.006, CI. 133 — 2. 

Buchholz, Arnold B.. assignor to Brandt Automatic 
Cashier Company. 2,675.009. CI. 133 — 8, 

Buchholz. Arnold R.. assignor to Brandt Automatic 
Cashier Company. 2,079,849, CI. 133 — 8. 

Buchholz, Arnold R., and W. H. Sprenger. assignors to 
Brandt Automatic Cashier Company. 2,075,008, CI. 
133—8. 

Buchi, Alfred. 2,684.569, CI. 60 — 13. 

Buchi, Alfred J. 2,678,529 CI. 60—29. 

Buchmann, Albin, to Scintilla Ltd. 2.687,456, CI. 200 — 80. 

Buchmann. Albin, to Scintilla Ltd. 2,688,714, CI. 
315 — 291. 

Buchmann, Fred J. : See — 

McAdams, Don R., and Buchmann. 2,686,195. 

Buchmann, Fred J., to Standard Oil Development Co. 
2,685,596, CI. 260 — 449.6. 

Buchmiller. Earl P., and H. Cohen, Denver, Colo. Paper- 
board serving tray. 2,670,124, Feb. 23. 



BOchner, Karl, and H. Sprtlnken, assignors to Ruhrchemle 

Aktlence.sellschaft. 2,678,304, CI. 252—158. 
Buchner, Robert B. : See — 

Oberman, Roelof M. M., Snijders, and Buchner. 
2,670,210. 
Buchner, Robert B., assignor to Hartford National Bank 

and Trust Compjiny, as trustee. 2,670,211, CI. 179 — 18. 
Buchner, Robert B., assignor to Hartford National Bank 

and Trust Company, as tru.stoe. 2.676.286. CI. 317—149. 
Buchner, Robert B., to Hartford National Bank and Trust 

Co., as trustee. 2,688.6.59. CI. 179—18. 
Buchner, Robert B., to Hartford National Bank and Trust 

Co., as trustee. 2,688,660, CI. 179 — 18. 
Buchner. Robert B., to Hartford National Bank and Trust 

Co., as trustee. 2,691.007, CI. 179 — 18. 
Buchner, Robert B., to Hartford National Bank and Trust 

Co.. as trustee. 2,691,121, CI. 317 — 149. 
Buchner, Robert B., to Hartford National Bank and Trust 

Co., as trustee. 2,693.504. CI. 179 — 18. 
Buchner, Robert B., to Hartford National Bank and Trust 

Co.. as trustee. 2,093,505. CI. 179 — ^18. 
Buchner, Robert B., to Hartford National Bank and Trust 

Co., as trustee. 2,693.506. CI. 179-18. 
Buchner, Robert B., to Hartford National Bank and Trust 

Co.. as trustee. 2,697,751. CI. 179 — 18. 
Buchner, Robert B.. to Hartford National Bank and Trust 

Co.. as trustee. 2.697,752. CI. 179— If 
Buchner, Robert B.. and J. Borcherding, to 



Hartford 
2,697,750, 



Van Evk, 
200—84. 



d. b. a. Sea- 



National Bank and Trust Co., as trustee. 

CI. 179—18. 
Buchtenkirch, Arthur J., to C. J. 

board Electric Co. 2.690,484, CI. 
Buck. A. C, assignee : See — 

Hopkins, Ellis W. 2.674.2.53. 
Buck, Arthur W., to Buck X-Ograph Co. 2,697,021, CI. 

312—320. 
Buck, Eugene W.. Campbell, assignor of one-third to A. 

Cano, Santa Clara, Calif. Electromagnetic drill unit. 

2,072,770, Mar. 23. 
Buck. James G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to the 

United States of America as represented by the Secretary 

of the Navy. 2,677,873. CI. 29—25.17. 
Buck, Johannes S.. and R. O. Clinton, assignors to Sterling 

Drug Inc. 2,678,932, CI. 260—397.3. 
Buck. Johannes S.. and A. Lesuk. to Sterling Drug Inc. 

2.685,601. ri. 260 — 529. 
Buck, Julian R., assignor, bv mesne assignments, to Socony- 

Vacuum Oil Company, ' Incorporated. 2,675,702, CI. 

73—155. 
Buck, JNIortimer P., C. F. Crumbley. and E. F. Leaberry. 

to The International Nickel Co., Inc. 2,686,860. CI. 

219-14 
Buck. Neafie J. 2,674,837, CI. 56 — 26. 
Buck, Norman. 2,678,213. CI. 272 — 66. 
Buck. Rov M. : See- 
Jackson, Theodore F. 2,688,893. 
Buck, Willard E., Los Alamos, N. Mex., assignor to the 

United States of America as represented by the United 

States Atomic Energy Commission. Light valve. 

2.667.104. Jan. 26. 
Buck. William J. 2,677,629, CI. 134 — 21. 
Buck X-Ograph Co. : See — 

Buck. Arthur W. 2.697.021. 
Buckend.ale. Lawrence R. : See — 

Rockwell. Walter F.. and Buckendale. 
Schneider. John S., Rockwell, and 
2,674,783. 
Buckendale. Lawrence R.. to Rockwell Spring 

Co. 2,685.479. CI. 301—124. 
Buckendale. Lawrence R.. to Rockwell Spring and Axle Co. 

2.692,028. CI. 1S8 — 79.5. 
Buckeye Cotton Oil Company, The, assignee : See — 

Rowe, Stewart. 
Buckeye Steel Castincs Company. The, assignee: See — 

Settles. James C. 2.674.204. 
Buckingham. William D.. to The Western Union Telegraph 

Co. 2.687.471. CI. 240 — 46.01. 
Buckler. Ronald W., to Sterling Industries Ltd. 2.696.993. 

CI. 284 — 17. 
Buckley, Duer H.. to F. G. Medley. 2.684.193. CI. 228- 

29. 
Buckley, Edward A., North Tarrytown. N. Y. Adjustable 

supporting arrangement for sightable instruments in 

a moving vehicle. 2.673.705, Mar. 30. 
Buckley. Gerard T).. and N. H. Ray, Northwich. England. 

assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. 

Condensation of 1-diazoalkanes. 2.671.767, Mar. 9. 
Buckley. John C. Holvoke, Mass. Pipe hanger. 2.671,625. 

Mar. 9. 
Bucklin. Charles Af. 2.6.S5.2S3. CI. 124 
Buckman, John B., to Vickers Inc. 

21.5. 
Buckman. John P.. to Union Oil 

2.695.303, CI. 260 — 404. 
Buckman Laboratories, Inc. : See — 

Buckman. Stanley J., and Meals. 2.686,119. 
Buckman, Stanley J., and R. N. Meals, to Buckman 

Laboratories, Inc. 2,686.119. CI. 92 — 3. 
Buckmaster, James L., Arlington, Va. Aerial photograph 

viewing stereoscope. 2,670,655, Mar. 2. 
Bucknam, James H., and C. E. Hartmann, assignors to 

Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. 2.680,608. CI. 

266 — 23. 



2.693.244. 
Buckendale. 



and Axle 



2,684,138, CI. 192— 
Co. of California. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Bucknell, Ernest H. : Sec — 

Bletfher. Halpli E. 2,r>S4.082. 
Bletcher. Kalph E., aiul Ward. 2,075.218. 
Blotcher, Kalpli K.. aiul Waitl. 2,087,917. 
Bucknell, Mabel : See — 

Bletcher. Kalph E. 2,(i84.082. 
Bletcher, Ralph B.. and Ward. 2,075,218. 
r.lei flier. Halph E., and \\ iird. 2,OS7.!)17. 
Buckner, Orello S., to Bay State Abrasive Products Co. 

2,682,733, CI. 51—188. 
Buckner, Orello S., to Bay State Abrasive Products Co. 

2,682,735, CI. 51—195. 
Buckwalter, Prank H., to Bristol Laboratories Inc. 

2,690.414, CI. H>7— 78. 
Buckwalter, Frank H., and A. P. Granatek, to Bristol 

Laboratories, Inc. 2,682,538, CI. 260 — 239.1. 
Buckwalter, Frank II., and A. P. Granatek, to Bristol 

Laboratorie.s Inc. 2,682,539, CI. 200 — 239.1. 
liuckwalter, Frank II., and A. P. Granatek, to Bristol 

Laboratories Inc. 2,682,540. CI. 260 — 239.1. 
Buckwalter, Howard M., Detroit, Mich., assignor to United 
States Rubber Company, New Tork, N. T. Protection of 
tire cellulose fiber against heat asing. 2,665,230, Jan. 5. 
Buckwalter. Howard M., Detroit, Mich., assignor to United 
States Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Cellulose 
fiber tire casing protected against heat aging. 2,665,733, 
Jan. 12. 
Buckwalter, Howard M., Detroit, Mich., assignor to United 
States Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Protection 
of cellulose fiber against heat aging and tire casing 
containing such fiber. 2.665,734. Jan. 12. 
Buckwalter, John S. 2,690,363. CI. 308 — 227. 
Buckwalter. John S. 2,690.364, CI. 308—227. 
lUickwalter. Nancy P. : See — 

Lon,2. Robert S.. and Buckwalter. 
r>ucyrus-Erie Company, assignee : See — 
Davidson. Trevor O. 2. 080. 491. 
Mork, George W. 
Relschl, Karl E. 

Reuter. Gottfried, and Barnes. 2,678,508. 
Budd, Baylis F., V2 to C. Asbeck. 2,691,385, CI. 137—399. 
Budd Co., The : Sec — 

Barnes, Gladeon M., Flke, and Dean. 2,685,263. 
Callender, Edwin M. 2,685,621. 
Coombes. Joseph H. 
Coombes, Joseph H., and Eksergian. 
Dean, Walter B. 
Dean. Walter B.. and Pagon. 
Greenshields, Robert O., and Kay. 2,675,848. 
Haefner, Joseph T. 
Lindsay, Alexander R. 2,687.325. 
Lindsay. Alexander R. 2.6S9.765. 
Reynolds, Lewis F. 2,675,998. 
Ridgway. Edmund T. 
Vahey, Stanley C. 2,687,326. 
Van Sciver, Herbert D., II. 2,691,330. 
Wntter. Michael. 2.085.201. 
Budd, Larry J., Chicago, assignor to Pallet Devices, Inc., 
Des Plaines, 111. Palletized shipping structure. 
2,665,806, Jan. 12. 
Budd, Larry J., Chicago, assignor to Pallet Devices In- 
corporated, Des Plaines, 111. Load supporting palletized 
container. 2,665,807, Jan. 12. 
Budd, Lena M., Edgewood, Md. Edger and finisher. 

2.668.508, Feb. 9. 
Budd & Weston (Special Machines) Ltd. : See — 

Pearce. Herbert, and Homewood. 2,692,935. 
Budd. William. 2.683,908, CI. 01 — 4. 
Buddecke, Heinrich. 2,689.644. CI. 206 — 64. 
Budelman, Frederick T., to Link Radio Corp. 2.685,648, 

CI. 250 — .39. 
Budesky. Charles. 2,690,230. CI. 180—9.1. 
Budlane, Stanley J., assignor to Motorola, Inc.. Chicago, 

111. Liquid fuel burning heater. 2,073,558, Mar. 30. 
Budner, Anton E.. assignor to S. C. Johnson & Son, Inc. 

2.076.893, 01. 106—271. 
Budnik, .Toseph, 2,689,060. CI. 222 — 103. 
Budny, Bernard S., assignor to Automatic Roll Machine 
Company. Inc., New York. N. Y. Machine for applying 
shredded material to bakery products. 2,666,410 Jan. 
19. 
Budy, Tedd.v. 2,675,982, Cl. 248-211. 
Budzyna. Walter J.. East Douglas, Mass., and M. R. 
Flamand, Central Falls, R. I., assignors to Draper Cor- 
poration, Hopedale, Mass. Method and mechanism for 
filling control in shnttleless looms. 2,065.716, Jan. 12. 
Budzyna, Walter J., East Douglas, and A. Gouveia, Mil- 
ford, assignors to Draper Corporation, Hopedale, Mass. 
Harness mechanism. 2.673,575, Mar. 30. 
Bupche-Ross^, Henri, Court, Jura Bernois, Switzerland. 
Device for starting the balance wheel of timepieces. 
2,672.724. Jfar. 23. 
Buechler, Frank A.. Tnllmndgp. assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Brideewater Machine Tool Co., Akron, Ohio. 
Contour milling machine. 2,669,908, Feb. 23. 
Buecken. Hans E. : See — 

Magerkurth, Wllhelm A., and Buecken. Re. 23,839. 
Buegler, Joseph A. See — 

Lippel, Bernard, and Buegler. 2,679,644. 
Lippel, Bernard, and Buegler. 2,685,084. 
Buehl. Russell C, and M. B. Royer. to the United States 
of America as represented bv the Solicitor of the De- 
partment of Interior. 2,687,952 Cl 75 — 24. 



Buehler, Arthur : See — 

Widnier, Willy, Zlckendraht, and Buehler. 
Ziekeiulralit. (."hristian, and Buehler. 
Buehler, Emil : See— 

Winberg, Ferdinand F., and Buehler. 2,690,500. 
Buehler, Emil, North Haledon, N. J., assignor to American 

.\eiov;ip, Inc. Heating devices. 2,(!67,5()7, Jan. 20. 
Buehler, Randolph J. 2,698,140, Cl. 236 — 9. 
Buoll, Charles J., Fort Smith, ArU. Kel'rigeratiug system 

lor trucks. 2,609,098, Feb. 16. 
Buell, Charles K., Bartlosville, Okla.. assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Destructive distillation of solid 
carbonaceous materials. 2,673,117, Mar. 23. 
Hucll. Alaxine G. .\nn .VrOor. Mich. Cleans for drilling 

language patterns. 2,609,789. Feb. 23. 
Buelow, William H. : See — 

Lendved, John W., and Buelow. 2,688,472. 
Buenger, Edward F., River Forest, 111., R. R. Uhrmacher, 
Charlotte, N. C, E. Cairelli, Chicago, and G. J. Rund- 
blad, Elmwood Park, assignors to \Vilson Jones Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Ring setting machine. 2,067,797, 
Feb. 2. 
Buerger, Martin J., and E. Washken, to Owens-Illinois 

Glass Co. 2.687,304, Cl. 154 — 128. 
Buerki, Christian E. : See — 

Gappa, William L., and Buerld. 2,688,301. 
Buescher, Wilbert C. : See — 

Ray, William A., and Buescher. 2.683,789. 
Bufardeci, Nunci. 2,675,560, Cl. 2—266. 
Buffalo Colorpress, Inc. : See — 

Jordan, Charles A. 2,688,194. 
Buffalo Eclipse Corp. : See — 
Johnson, Horace J. 
Johnson, Horace J. 2,693,702. 
Buffalo Electro-Chemical Co. Inc. : See — ■ 

Crewson, George G., and Bretschger. 2,684,889. 
Greenspan, Frank P., and Gall. 2,684,353. 
Greenspan, Frank P., and Gall. 2,692,271. 
Margulles, Paul H. 2,686,125. 
McEwen, Robert L., and Sheldon. 2,092,181, 
Buffett, John B., Media, assignor to Attapulgus Minerals 
and Chemicals Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Absorbent 
and preparation thereof. 2,665,259, Jan. 5. 
BufBngton, Bernard K., San Antonio, Tex. Flow valve 

assembly. 2,673,568, Mar. 30. 
Bugg, Kenly C, to Kendick Mfg. Co., Inc. 2,685,427, Cl. 

251 — 181. 
Buhl. Raymond T. 2,676,725, Cl. 210 — 30. 
Biihler, Gebriider : See — 
Dumermuth, Rudolf. 
Lofller, Willy. 2.087,235. 
Tanner, Fritz. 2,690,306. 
Buhler, James D., C. B. Folkrod, and R. O. Gunderson, 
assignors to Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corporation. 
2,078.205, Cl. 263 — 28. 
Buhr, August G. : See — 

Tanke. Willard H., and Buhr. 2.093.747. 

Groth. 2,087,074. 



Mfg. Co. 2,083,404, 



to Allis-Chalmers Mfg. Co. 2,697,975, 
to Allis-Chalmers Mfg. Co. 2,698,114, 



Tanke, Willard H., Buhr, and 

Buhr, August G., to Allis-Chalmers 
Cl. 97—47.30. 

Buhr, August G., 
Cl. 97—198.1. 

Buhr, August G., 
Cl. 222—176. 

Bnhrendorf, Frederick G., assignor to Bell Telephone Labo- 
ratories, Incorporated. 2,674,031, Cl. 29 — 155.57. 

Buhrendorf. Frederick G., assignor to Bell Telephone Labo- 
ratories, Incorporated. 2,674,659, Cl. 179 — 100.2. 

Buhrendorf, Frederick G., assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated. 2.076,392, Cl. 29 — 155.58. 

Buhrendorf, Frederick G., assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Incorporated. 2,677,019, Cl. 179 — 100.2. 

Buick, John A., Norfolk, Va. Drafting instrument. 
2.666.261, Jan. 19. 

Builders Ornamental Iron Company, assignee : See — - 

Elam. Jess L. 2,674,293. 

Buis, Marinus, London, England, assignor to Shell Devel- 
opment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Apparatus for 
rapidly mixing and controlling the temperature of 
immiscible liquids. 2,671,645, Mar. 9. 

Buist, Jack M., and G. W. Jamin, Blackley, Manchester, 
England, assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries 
Limited. Apparatus for measuring extension of sam- 
ples under tension. 2,667,699, Feb. 2. 

Buist. Jack M.. and G. W. Jamin, assignors to Imperial 
Chemical Industries Limited. 2,677,187, Cl. 33 — 148. 

Buker, Earl L. : See — • 

Trethewav, William J., Kennard, and Buker. 
2.689,989. 
Bulkley, William L., to St.andard Oil Co. 2,684,010, Cl. 
88—14. 

Bull. Arthur W. : See — 

Briscoe, William F. R., Bull, and Hulswit. 2,093,005. 

Madison, Knowles K., Bull, and Saulino. 2,695,424. 
Bull. Willard C. : See— 

Deutschman, Archie J., Jr., and Bull. 2,677,698. 
Bull, W^illard C, to Commercial Solvents Corp. 2,686,811, 

Cl. 260—585. 
Bullard Clark 'Co., The : See — 

Bullard, Edward J. 2,696,842. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Bullard Co., The : See — 

Bullard. Edward P., III. 
Bullard, Kdward P., III. 2.094,116. 
Bullard, Kdward P., Ill, and Ettorre. 2.096,135. 
.Tolinson, Ernest H. 

Johnson, Ernest H.. and La Mastra. 2,696,386. 
Bullard, Edward J., to The Bullard Clark Co. 2,096,842, 

CI. 1.39— l.-jS. 
Bullard, Edward P., Ill : See- 
Morgan, Porter S. 2,682,776. 
Bullard, Kdward 1'., Ill Fairfield, Conn., assignor to The 
Bullard Company. Material-handling apparatus and 
control therefor. 2,671,801, Mar. 9. 
Bullard, Edward P., III. to The Bullard €o. 2,694,116, 

CI. 200—18. 
Bullard. Edward P., Ill, and J. E. Ettorre, to The Bullard 

Co. 2,696,135, CI. 82—12. 
Bullard, Lyman G., assignor to Talbot Wool Combing Co., 
Division of Wlnslow Bros. & Smith Co. 2,674,011, CI. 
19 — 65. 
Bullard, R. P., assignee : See — 

McDaniel. Quinten G. 2,678,112. 
BullDog Electric Products Co. : See — 
Habermann, William A. 2,696,541. 
Herrmann. John A. 2,675,434. 
Herrmann, John A. 2,681,392. 
Herrmann. John A., and Platz. 2,696,532. 
Schwartz, Bert B., Platz, and Davis. 2,681,397. 
Bullington, Ruby C, to Sun Oil Co. 2,687,919. CI. 

302—17. 
Bullitt. Orville H., Jr. : See^ 

Price, Charles C, Bullitt, Hudson, and Buswell. 
2,691,626. 
Bullock, Ernest A. 2,698,003, CI. 118 — 504. 
Bullock, Joe C, Des Moines, Iowa. Mechanical lamp 

shade. 2,670,431, Feb. 23. 
Bullough. Maynard. 2.694.587, CI. 287 — 99. 
Bullwinkle, Benjamin B. : See — 

Erickson, Virginius R., and Bullwinkle. 2,679,645. 
Erickson, Virginius R., and Bullwinkle. 2,697,830. 
Bulman, E. O., Mfg. Co., Inc., The : See — 

Waltz, Edward W. 2,684,224. 
Bulow. Otto. 2.685,491, Cl. 312 — 304. 
Buls, Vernon W. : See — 

Ballard, Seaver A., Morris, and Buls. 2,687,403. 
Morris, Rupert C, and Buls. 2.677,678. 
Morris, Rupert C, Shokal, and Buls. 
Bultman. Laurence. 2,696,309, Cl. 210 — 199. 
Bump, Albert H. : See — 

Wilson, William S., and Bump. 2,684.300. 
Bump. Albert H., Brewster, R. Marotta, Maiden, and R. 
D. Swisher. Winchester, Mass., assignors to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis. Mo. Purification of 
phthalic anhydride. 2,671,054, Mar. 2. 
Bump. Charles K. : See — 

Boyd, Thomas, Cairns, and Bump. 2,676,102. 
Bump, Charles K., and F. J. Qulnn, to Monsanto Chemical 

Co. 2.682,520, Cl. 260 — 33.4. 
Bump. Zenas A. 2,677,347, Cl. 116 — 135. 
Bump-Air Inc. : See — 

CnrydoJi. Jeff. IL 2.681.246. 
Bumstead, George N., Bethesda, Md., assignor to National 
Geographic Society. Copying camera. 2,673,487, 
Mar. 30. 
Bumstead. George N., Bethesda, Md., assignor to National 
Geographic Society. Automatic exposure control for 
copying cameras. 2.673,488, Mar. 30. 
Bunblasky, Adolph, New Canaan, and W. H. Henrich, Nor- 
walk, assignors to Sorensen & Company, Inc., Stamford, 
Conn. Current regulator. 2,668,937, Feb. 9. 
Bunch. Harris, assignee : See — 

Kirk. Alva M. 2,674,097. 
Bunch, Robert L. : See — 

Butler, George B.. and Bunch. 2,687,382. 
Bunch, Tillman T., Ashland, Md.. assignor to Western Elec- 
tric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Brake for 
strand handling apparatus. 2,666,289, Jan. 19. 
Bunding, Irby M., assignor to Armour and Company, 
Chicago, 111. Preparation of an adrenal gland stimu- 
lating substance. 2,669,536, Feb 16. 
Bundv Tubing Co. : See — 
Mally, George G. 
Payne, Arthur W. 2.686.350. 
Resler. John L 2,679,681. 
Bunga,v. George W.. assignor to Electrographic Corpora- 
tion. New York, N. Y. Producing curved electrotypes. 
2.670,326, Feb. 23. 
Bungay, George W., assignor to Electrographic Corpora- 
tion, 2,679.695, Cl. 33 — 184.5. 
Bunge. Fred H. : See — 

Barr, James A., Jr.. and Bunge. 2.695,100. 
Bunker, Arthur C, to American Locomotive Co. 2,686.575 

Cl. 188—107. 
Bunnell. Benjamin E., New Madrid, Mo. Rotary wheel- 
type ditching machine. 2,669,039, Feb. 16. 
Bunnell, Raymond H. : See — 

Hatcher, David B., and Bunnell. 2,683,674. 
Hatcher, David B., and Bunnell. 2,684,974. 
Bunnell, Raymond H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. 2,679,495, Cl. 
260 — 46.5. 
Bunnell, Raymond H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. 2,679,496 Cl. 
260 — 46.5. 



Bunny Bear, Inc. : See — 

Linden, Samuel. 2,690,790. 

Buntin, George A., assignor to Hercules Powder Company. 
2,678,898, Cl. 167—30. 

Bunting, Albert L. 2,088,821, Cl. 46 — 210. 

Bunting, Ernest V., Dearborn, assignor to Harry Fer- 
guson, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Tractor borne agricultural 
implement and hitch therefor. 2,665,622, Jan. 12. 

Bunting, Ernest V., Dearborn, assignor to Harry Ferguson, 
Inc., Detroit, Mich. Au.xiliary hydraulic apparatus for 
tractors. 2,672,802, Mar. 23. 

Bunting. Ernest V., assignor to Harry Ferguson, Inc. 
2,677,322, Cl. 97—46.07. 

Bunzl, Hugo, to Cigarette Components Ltd. 2,685,344, 
Cl. 183— -t5. 

Ruranelli, Albert F. 2.076,714, Cl. 214 — 18.1. 

Buras, Frederick, Jr. 2,678,755, Cl. 222—103. 

Burbeck, Donald W., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to 
Hughes Tool Company, Plouston, Tex. Method and ap- 
paratus for automatically measuring time intervals. 
2,665,410, Jan. 5. 

Burbeck, Edward. 2,686,239, Cl. 200—105. 

Burch, Alvan V. : See — 

Rude, John F., and Burch. 2,688,831. 

Burch, Arthur E., to Machined Parts Corp. 2,697,762, 
Cl. 200—30. 

Burch Corp., The : See — 

Standfuss, Ernest R. 2,697,289. 

Burch, Lewis D. 2.080.950. Cl. 00—39.34. 

Burch. Paul E., to Fort Dodge Tent & Awning Co. 
2,698,060, Cl. 180—54. 

Burch, Paul F., to Wolverine Shoe and Tanning Corp. 
2,681,675, Cl. 146^130. 

Burch Plow Works, Inc. : See — 

Rude, John F., and Burch. 2,688,831. 

Burchard, Walter. 2.693,663, Cl. 46—28. 

Burchett, Ray L., East Orange, assignor 
Metal Works, Inc., Newark, N. J. 
2,672,038, Mar. 16. 

Burchett, Ray L., assignor to 
Inc. 2,679,140, Cl. 62—1. 

Burchill, Walter T. 2,679,666, Cl. 20—62. 

Burckel, Christian E. 2,682,979, Cl. 223—91. 

Burckhalter, Joseph H., to Parke, Davis & Co. 
Cl. 260 — 286. 

Burd Gorman C, Clearwater, Fla. Seat frame. 
Feb. 2. 

Burdett, Harry W., Jr., B. Pearlman, and E. A. Neu, Jr., 
to Reaction Motors. Inc. 2.692,024. Cl. 181—33. 

Burdett, John C, Lima, Ohio, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Two-speed 
single.phase induction motor. 2,669,683, Feb. 16. 

Burdick Corporation, The, assignee : See — 
Gilson, Warren E., and Rasmussen. 
Rasmussen. Sherrill K. 2,678,867. 

Burdick, Hugh T., to Illinois Tool Works. 
151—7. 

Burdick, John N. : See — 

Eversole, William G., and Burdick. 

Burdick. John N., and R. A. Jones, to Union Carbide and 
Carbon Corp. 2,690,062, Ci. 63 — 32. 

Burdick, John S., North Muskegon, A. B. Nevins, Muske- 
gon, and J. C. King, North Muskegon, assignors to The 
Shaw-Walker Company, Muskegon, Mich. Chair seat 
cushion structure. 2,669,294, Feb. 16. 

Burdick. Robert C. 2.686,309. Cl. 2 — 8. 

Burdick, Will S., Wauwatosa, and R. E. Meyer, Shore- 
wood, assignors to Harnischfeger Corporation, Milwau- 
kee. Wis. Torque transmitting eddy-current apparatus. 
2,668,922, Feb. 9. 

Burdick, William E., assignor to General Steel Castings 
Corporation. 2,676,550, Cl. 105 — 199. 

Burdin, Nelson V.. to Scotts Enginering (Newport) Ltd. 
2.684,192. Cl. 226—80. 

Bureau, Arthur A., and F. E. Kimmel, assignors to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated. 2,678,668, Cl. 144 — 25. 

Bureau d'Etudes et Laboratoires Annexes a I'lnstitut 
Meurice Chimie S. P. R. L. : See — 

Meurice, Charles, and Parentani. 2,691,598. 

Burey, Andrew K. 2,684,434, Cl. 240 — 6.4. 

Burg, Fred G., Los Angeles, C&lif. Machine tool of the 
drill press type having multiple rotary tools. 2,670,636, 
Mar. 2. 

Burg. Konrad, to A. P. Kantor. 2,695,776. Cl. 264 — 1. 

Burge, Harry, Delphos, Ohio. Apparatus for automatically 
opening cans, dispensing their contents, and flushing 
the cans. 2.668,550. Feb. 9. 

Burge, Jamos S.. Anderson. H. J. McKee. Middletown, and 
W. M. Rider. Anderson. Ind.. assignors to General 
Motors Corporation. Detroit, Mich. Armature coll lead 
staker. 2.669,771. Feb. 2.3. 

Burge, James S., F. J. Foust. W. C. Shaw. W. M. Rider, and 
H. J. McKee, to General Motors Corp. 2,689,086, Cl. 
235—98. 

Burge, Keith W. 2.680,039, Cl. 294 — 87.2. 

Burirener. Karl L.. to Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc. 
2.697.1.S9. Cl. 179 — 175. 

Burger. Gustav F. : See — 

Smith, Perry C, Dornfeld, and Burger. 

Burger, Martin, Morris, 111., assignor to General Package 
Corporation. Egg carton set-up device. 2,668.482. Feb. 9. 

Burger, Martin, assignor to Shellmar Products Corpora- 
tion, 2,677,491, Cl. 229—28. 



to Ronson Art 
Gas lighter valve. 

Ronson Art Metal Works, 

2,681,910, 
2,667,916, 



2,674,992. 
Re. 23,878, CL 



2,690,630. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Burger, Martin, and L. F. CarkhufT, to General Package 

Corp. 2. 687.069. CI. 93—37. 
Burger, William H. : Sec — 

Groiner, Charles J., Graef, Collins, Burger, and Sabee. 
2,6!)0.597. 
Burger, William H.. II. A. Collins, and H. M. Ruth, to 

International Cellucotton Products Co. 2,688,163, CI. 

19—144.5. 
Burger. William H.. and W. W. Wheelhouse, to Paper 

Patents Co. 2,6S9.9S.'J, CI. 19— l.'ifi. 
Burgess, Arthur R., Welwyn Garden City, England, as- 
signor to Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. Syn- 
thetic resin compositions having improved light stability. 

2,665,265. Jan. 5. 
Burgess. Aubrey L. 2.696,133, CI. 81 — 100. 
Burgess Battery Co. : See — 

Arbogast, Ray D. 2,686,214. 
Kurlandsky, Sam. 
Burgess, Everett H., and C. E. Impey, to Vapor Heating 

Corp. 2.697,177, CI. 307—64. 
Burgess, Louis, Jersey City, N. J. Coffee maker. 2,667,114, 

Jan. 26. 
Burgess-Norton Mfg. Co. : See — 
Proskp. Josenh. 2,687,923. 
Waller, Gustav M. 
Burgett, Monte I., Jr., to Philco Corp. 2,682,366, CI. 

235—61. 
Burgholz, Rudolf, Herten. Germany. Measuring flowing 

media. 2,671.174, Mar. 2. 
Burgin, Luther B. 2,686.891, CI. 317 — 2. 
Burgsmiiller. Karl H., to Gomerue Establishment. 

2.691.921. CI. 90—11.64. 
Burgua Corp. : See — 

Burlingham, Michael. 2.697,764. 
Burgy. Raymond A., to Haughton Elevator Co. 2,691,149, 

Cl. 340—20. 
Burk. Don R. : See — 

Foust, Flovd J., Whelchel, and Burk. 2,695,099. 
Burknrd. Rnlnh F. : See — 
Lllienfeld, Julius B. 
Lilienfeld, Julius E. 2,685,053. 
Lilienfeld, Julius E. 2,686,892. 
Burke. Donald J., assignor to Erico Products, Inc. 

2.680.271. Cl. 22—116. 
Burke, Donald J., to Erico Products, Inc. 2,681,969, Cl. 

219—8. 
Burke, Edward J., Sr. 2,674,745, Cl. 5 — 69. 
Burke, Peter J., and C. Lietzau. 2.697,628, Cl. 294 — 87.26. 
Burke, Robert F., to Boiler Engineering & Supply Co., 

Inc. 2.686.611. Cl. 220—33. 
Burke. William F.. and R. L. Essex, assignors to The 

McBee Company. 2,674.225, Cl. 118—202. 
Burke. William O., assignor to National Lock Company. 

2,677.566. Cl. 292—332. 
Burke, William O., to National Lock Co. 2,681.819, Cl. 

292 — 226. 

Burke, William O., to National Lock Co. 2,687,911. Cl. 

292—341.17. 
Burkes, Alexander, assignor to Plastic Innovations, Inc., 

New York, N. Y. Inflatable animal toy. 2,665,519, 

Jan. 12. 
Burkett, George : See — 

Womark. Eugene S. 2.681.232. 
Burkett, Griffith L., Martinsville, Ind. Machine and 

method for baling loose material. 2,670,675, Mar. 2. 
Burkhard. Charles A., to General Electric Co. 2,689,859, 

Cl. 260 — i48.2. 
Burkhard, Ralph H., to Boeing Airplane Co. 2,692,744, 

Cl. 244 — 137. 
Burkhard. William C, Jr., and N. W. Magyar, to The Glenn 

L. Martin Co. Re. 23,894, Cl. 200 — 168. 
Burkhard, William C, Jr., Towson, and N. W. Magyar, 

Baltimore, assignors to The Glenn L. Martin Company, 

Middle River, Md. Waterproof switch assembly. 

2,666,829, Jan. 19. 
Burkhart, David C. 2,691,493, Cl. 242 — 149. 
Burkhart. Robert E. : See — 

Purifoy, George R.. and Burkhart. 
Burkholder, John C, Toronto, Ontario, 

2.670,039, Feb. 23. 
Burkholder, William E. 2,682,716, Cl. 
Burkholz, Joseph. 2,686.376, Cl. 36 — 9. 



to Royal Electric Mfg. Co. 



2,688,913. 
92. 



2,693,562. 
Canada. Timer. 

37—144. 



Burkli, Olga, assignee : See — 

Marko, Adolf, and Kordesch. 

Burks. Joseph. 2.690,578, Cl. 15—121.1. 

Burks, Lowell. 2,693.230, Cl. 160—351. 

Burla, Ronald L., assignor to The Cadwell Corporation, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. Automatic slide projector. 
2.671.378, Mar. 9. 

Burla. Ronald L., assignor to The Cadwell Corporation. 
2,677.986, Cl. 88—28. 

Burland, Peter D., assignor to Monsanto Chemical Com- 
pany. 2,678,944, Cl. 260 — 465.9. 

Burling. Eathel O., and H. O. Nelson, to California Pack- 
ing Corp. 2.604.489, Cl. 209 — 12. 

Burlingham, Michael, to Burgua Corp. 2,697,764, Cl. 
200—83. 

Burlington Mills Corp. : See — 
Butler, Vaughn. 2,674,867. 
Butler, Vaughn H. 2,694,304. 
Holmes. Mark N. 

Burman, Frank V. 2,682,954, Cl. 210 — 200. 



2,695,348. 
Airplane flap and 



and Welsemann. 



2.674,389. 
Co. 2,684,317, 



Cl. 



Buffing and polish- 
Shops. 2,686,940, 



Burnieister, Howard F. 

2,696.080, Cl. 60—52. 
Burn, James & Co. Ltd. : Sec — 

Morcer, John L. C. and Heath. 
Burn, Philip H. 2,678,165, Cl. 235- 
Burn. Philip H. 2,689,384, Cl. 20 — 1.13. 
Burndy Engineering Co., Inc. : See — 

Brautigam, John J. 2,695,347. 

Dibuer, Bern. 2,074,047. 

Dupre, Henry P. 

Lazar, Michael D. 

.MacDonald, Koderic A. 2,676,390. 

Matthysse, Irving F. 

Matthysse, Irving F. 2,683,200. 

MaUhvsse. Irving F., and Greer. 

Paucek, Andrew J. 2,083,095. 
Burnelli, Vincent J., Englewood, N. J. , 

f round contact control means therefor. 2,668,027, 
eb. 2. 

Burnelli, Vincent J., and H. J. Knerr. 2,685,420. Cl. 
244—13. 

Burner. Willard C. : See — 

Levinos. Steven, and Burner. 2,696,439. 

Burness, Donald M. : See — 

Humphlett. Wllbert J., and Burness. 2,676,990. 

Burness, Donald M., and C. D. Robeson, assignors to East- 
man Kodak Company. 2,676,994, Cl. 260 — 611. 

Burnett. Loda E. 2,696,276, Cl. 184 — 1. 

Burney, Donald E. : See — 

Cerveny. William J.. Burney, 
2,685.577. 

Burney. John H. : See — 

Baker, Howard R., and Burney. 

Burnham, John, to Sprague Electric 
154—80. 

Burnham, John, to Sprague Electric Co. 2,692,210, Cl 
117 — 48. 

Burnham, Lee H., Lees Summit, Mo. 
ing machine. 2,672,634, Mar. 23. 

Burnham, Virgil A., to Saco-Lowell 
Cl. 19—135. 

Burnham, Virgil A., and A. C. Adams, to Saco-Lowell 
Shops. 2.689,383, Cl. 19—131. 

Burns, Arthur E., Jr., assignor to Hart and Burns, 
Incorporated, Riverside, Calif. Corrosionproof tank 
lining and protective coating. 2,673,817, Mar. 30. 

Burns, Beryl D. 2,679,189, Cl. 88 — 24. 

Burns, Beryl D. 2,697,962, Cl. 88 — 24. 

Burns, Bruce. 2,685.218. Cl. 81 — 84. 

Burns, Charles, and S. S. Carlisle, assignors to The Brit- 
ish Iron & Steel Research Association, London, Eng- 
land. Method and apparatus for continuously meas- 
uring a dimension of a moving object. 2,670,651, 
Mar. 2. 

Burns, Grover P., and H. C. Shull. 2,680,834, Cl. 324 — 30. 

Burns, Howard B. 2,686.472, Cl. 102 — 20. 

Burns, Howard C, and H. D. Wilson, assignor to The 
Electric Auto-Lite Company, Toledo, Ohio. Producing 
storage batteries. 2,672,497, Mar. 16. 

Burns, Jay E. : See— 

Bateman, William R., Matter, and Burns. 2.693,968. 

Burns, Jay R., assignor to The Dow Chemical Company. 
2,679,932, Cl. 207—10. 

Burns, Leslie L., Jr., Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Magnetometer. 2,671,275, 
Maj. 9. 

Burns, Leslie L., Jr., and W. V. B. Roberts, Princeton, 
N. J., assignors to Radio Corporation of America. Tor- 
sional filter. 2,667,621, Jan. 26. 

Burns, Lester J. : See — 

Faircloth, Lee V., and Bums. 2,696,928. 

Burns, Richard H,, to Indiana Steel & Wire Co. 
Cl. 29—90.5. 

Burns. Robert A. : See — 

Wincentsen. Forest R.. Marik, and Burns. 

Burns, William E. 2,688,953, Cl. 121 — 41. 

Burnside. Carl B.. assignor to Eli Lilly and 
2,677,374, CI. 128—218. 

Burnside, Don G.. Princeton, N. J., assignor 
Corporation of America. Metallizing 
2,667,431. Jan. 26. 

Burnside, Don G., assignor to Radio Corporation 
America. 2,678,^76, Cl. 41 — 42. 

Burnside, Harvey E. W. : See — 

Brown, James W., and Burnside. 2,683,158. 

Burnstein, George, Norristown, Pa. Pocket cigarette-mak- 
ing device. 2,668,545, Feb. 9. 

Burnwell Incinerator Corporation, assignee : See — 
Blum. Joseph K., R. G., and D. J. 2,678.008. 
Blum, Joseph K., R. G., and D. J. 2,678,009. 

Burr, Lester H., to The Colson Corp. 2,685.147, CI. 
45—137. 

Burr, Ned, Homewood, and F. Drueck. Jr., Chicago, 111., 
assignors to Chicago Cardboard Company. Collapsible 
blrdhouse. 2,666,414, Jan. 19. 

Burrage, Leslie J., and C. R. Beveridge, assignors to Im- 
perial Chemical Industries Limited. 2,674,569, Cl. 
202 — i6. 

Burrell. Clarence R., Cincinnati, Ohio. Resilient wheel. 

2,667,767, Feb. 2. 
Burrell. Frank C. 2,686,691. Cl. 296 — 107. 
Burrell, Gilbert : See— 

Rundquist, Henning W., and Burrell. 2,680,519. 



2,685,123, 

2,693,038. 

Company. 

to Radio 
ceramics. 

of 



78 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Burri, Karl : See — 

Ascliwanden. Paul, and Biirrl. 
Burridne, Kenneth (J., nnd H. A. Hirst, to Dunlop Tire and 

Rubber Corp. 2,080,733, CI. 117—17. 
Buiiill, lOriK'Mt A., assiRnor to High VoUugc EnKineiTinK 

Corpoiiilion. 2,080,81.'), CI. •J.jO— 49..''>. 
Burrin, Philo L.., to Kll Lilly and Co. 2,687,307, CI. 

107—82. 
Burrls, John G. 2,682,227, CI. 103 — 40. 
lUirris, .Joseph .1. Re. 23,800, CI. 2.55—27. 
Burris-Moyer, Harold, to Control, Inc. 2,688,873, CI. 

73—172. 
Burroughs Adding Machine Company, assignee : See — • 

Avory, Robert W. 
Burroughs Corp. : See — 

Kullcr, Thomas M. 2,093,900. 
Hyland, John J. Re. 23,847. 
Orr, Lyuian W., and Sands. 2.098,399. 
Orr, I.yiiian \V., and Wociner. 2,(>,S5,053. 
Parker. Charles A., and Rainey. 2,696,945. 
Rast, Frederick Q. 2,681,614. 
Wockenfuss, WllUam, and Speh. 2,683,410. 
P.urroughs, Edwin E., to St. Regis Paper Co. 2,690,120, 

CI. 101 — 178. 
Burroughs, Halbert P. 

2,664,067, Jan. 5. 
Burroughs, Robert C. 
Burroughs, Walter L. 

2,698,084. CI. 206—4,5.13. 
Burroughs Welcome & Co. (U. S. A.) Inc.: See — 
Adamson, Donald W. 2,698.325. 
Adamson, Donald W., and Wilkinson. 2,683,543. 
Ainsworlh, Geoffrev C, and Pope. 2.695,261. 
Coombs, Maurice M., and Gray. 2,691,657. 
Copp, Frederick C. 2,691,677. 
Duttin, Walter M. 2.086,785. 
Hitchings, George H., and Eljon. 2,691,654. 
Hitchiugs, George H., and Elion. 2,697,709. 
Hitchings, George H., and Robins. 2,080.781. 
Hitchings, George H., and Robins. 2,697,710. 
Hitchings, George H., and Russell. 2.676.965. 
Hitchings, George H., and Russell. 2,682,542. 
Hitchings, George H., and Russell. 2,691,655. 
Hitchings, George H., Russell, and Falco. 2.688.019. 
Hitchings. George H., Russell, and Falco. 2,697,708. 
Burroughs, William P. : See — 

Gillette, Charles R., and Burroughs. 2.683,343. 
Burrow, William R., and J. Middlin, Port Pirie, South 
Australia, assignors to The Broken Hill Associated 
Smelters Proprietary Limited, Melbourne, Victoria, 
Australia. Continuous oxidizing operations. 2,672,412, 
Mar. 16. 
Burrowes, John B., to The Lau Blower Co. 2,686,630, 
CI. 230—117. 

Aluminum Co. of America. 



Seattle, Wash Toy balloon holder. 

2,697,997, CI. 113—116. 
and C. L. Shaw, to Eldon Mfg. Co. 



Aluminum Co. of America. 



H. Kalb, assignors to E. I. 
Company. 2,677,688, C\. 

Siwek, and H. Goldberg to 
2,688.287, CI. 103—137. 
Bristol Co. 2,683,203, CI. 



to 



Burrows, Charles F., to 

2.692.851. CI. 204—58. 
Burrows. Charles P.. to 

2.692.852. 01. 204 — 58. 
Burrows. Edwin S., assignee : See — 

Harris. Arthur O. 2,679,997. 
Burrows, Harry J., and M. M. Blonchek, to The Standard 

Oil Co. 2,681,131, CI. 198 — 40. 
Burrows, Lawton A., Mendenhall, Pa., and M. A. Cook, 

Salt Lake City, Utah, assignors to E. I. du Pont de 

Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del., Oil well tor- 
pedo. 2.667.122, Jan. 26. 
Burrows, Lawton A., and G. 

du Pont de Nemours & 

260—290. 
Burrows, Milford D., S. Z. 

Pioneer Gen-E-Motor Corp. 
Burrows, Philip R., to The 

201—63. 
Burrus. Robert E., M. R. Elliott, and G. L. Turner, 

Clark Equipment Co. 2,697,491, CI. 180—19. 
Burstein, Blias, Washington, D. C. Infrared detector. 

2,671,154, Mar. 2. 
Burt. F. N., Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Troust, Clyde H. 
Burt, Farlow B., assignor to Bendix Aviation Corporation. 

2,677.549. CI. 274 — 1. 
Burt, Nelson O., and A. P. Jurgensen, to General Fuse Co. 

2,682,587, CI. 200 — 131. 
Burt, Wesley S., Lynn, Mass., assignor to General Electric 

Company. Photocell angle response compensator. 

2,068,246, Feb. 2. 
Burt. William C. assignor to Clair Manufacturing Com- 
pany. Inc. 2.677.219, CI. 51 — 263. 
Burt, William E. : See — 

Kolka. Alfred J., Burt, and Hoftiezer. 2,692,899. 
Burthev, Claudie C. 2,690,754, CI. 131—178. 
Burtis. Theodore A., to Houdrv Process Corp. 2,695,197, 

CI. 302— .59. 
Burtis. Theodore A., and H. A. Shabaker, assignors to 

Houdry Process Corporation. 2,675.275, CI. 302 — 57. 
Burtman. Leonard M.. to Telecontrols-International, Inc. 

2,689,902, CI. 219 — 32. 
Burtner. Robert R., assignor to G. D. 

2,676,968, CI. 260—294.7. 
Burtner, Robert R., to G. D. Searle & Co. 

260—296. 
Burtner. Robert R., to G. D. Searle cSc Co. 

260—294. 



Company. 
P. Stelter, 



Searle & Co. 
2,688,022, CI. 
2,690,441, CI. 



Burton, Allan L., assignor to American Optical Company. 

2,080,205, CI. 313—92. 
Burton, Frederick J., Jr. : See — 

Swinehart, Carl F., and Burton. 2,097,027. 
I'urton, ll.i/.i'l C., (iardena, Calif. Colo.stomy apparatus. 

•2.iU,'J,2:i:>. Feb. 16. 
Burton, Henry, Gardena. Calif. Relay. 2,065,345, Jan. 5. 
Burton, Lawrence C. 2,683,417, CI. 103—37. 
Burton, Lester W., Danvers, and S. I'. Jackson, Lynn, 

Mass., a.s.slgnors to (Jeneral Electric Company. Elec- 
tric regulating apparatus. 2,673,324, Mar. 23. 
Burton. iO)l)crt C. : .S'-k — 

Guenthcr, Kdgar G.. and Burton. 
Burton. William P., to The M. W. Kellogg Co. 2,698,285, 

CI. 202—42. 
Burtt, Horatio H., and D. R. De Tar ; said De Tar assignor 

to said Burtt. 2,689 337, CI. 339-217. 
Burtt, Horatio H., and D. R. De Tar, said De Tar assignor 

to said Burtt. 2,091,771 , CI. 339—217. 
Burwell, Gordon B., assignor to American Telephone and 

Telegraph Company. 2,677,011, CI. 178 — 2. 
Burwen. Frank W. : Sec — 

HoCfni.an, Saul J., and Burvven. 2,696,746. 
Burwen. Richard S. 2.09.5.337. CI. 179 — 171. 
Bury Compressor Company, assignee : See — 

Carney, Fred J. 
Bury, Ralph, assignor to O'Keefe & Merrltt 

2,074,990, CI. 126 — 214. 
Busack, Leonard W. H., and M. G. and W. W. 

Echo, Minn. Grain separating process and apparatus. 

2,670,845, Mar. 2. 
Busby, Marvin L. 2.6.85,347, CI. 184 — 1.5. 
Busby, Terence S., M. Manners, and J. H. Partridge, 

assignors to The General Electric Company Limited. 

2.675.323, CI. 100-57. 
Busby, Terence S.. and J. H. Partridge, assignors to The 

General Electric Company Limited. 2,675,324, CI. 

100—67. 
Busch, Lee S. : See — 

Dickinson. Robert H.. and Busch. 
Grubel, Ralph O., and Busch. 
Busch, Rudolph E.. Lincoln Park, and E. L. Kurtzwarth, 

assignors to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. 

Polishing buff wheel. 2,668.398, Feb. 9. 
Busch, Rudolph H. : See — 

Dworak, Joseph R., and Busch. 
Busch, Thomas N.. Mobile, Ala. Bark-removing drum 

combined with hydraulic jet. 2,665,721, Jan. 12. 
Buschboin. Floyd E. 2.093.285. CI. 214 — 77. 
Buschi, Feliciano. New York, N. Y. Light reflecting cover 

for lamps. 2.673.285. Mar. 23. 
Busehman, Howard, to Buschman Products Inc. 2,681,583, 

CI. 81—84. 
Buschman Products Inc. : See — 

Buschman, Howard. 2,681,583. 
Buschman, Willard H., assignor to R. A. Frederick Com- 

panv. Inc. 2,079.688. CI. 30 — 117. 
Busemann, Felix, to E. R. A. Patents Ltd. 2,684,460, 

CI. 321—11. 
Busemann, Felix, to E. R. A. Patents Ltd. 2.684,461, 

CI. 321—11. 
Buser, Joliann, Riehen, Switzerland. 

mixed light. 2,669,676, Feb. 16. 
Busfield, Gordon, Annandale, N. Y., 

search Corporation. Xow York, N. Y. 

nozzle.s. 2.667.341. Jan. 26. 
Bush, A. G., assignee : See — 

Criner, Henry J. 2,679,274. 
Bush. Cecil D. : See — 

Craig. Lester M., and Bush. 2,696,362. 
Bush. Denis G. : See — 

Massev, Bernard S.. Bush, and Howarth. 2,696,975. 
Bush, Flmer W. 2,680,640. CI. 296 — 44. 
Bush, Oporge B., to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of the Navy. 2,695,358. CI. 

250—20. 
Bush. John H. : See — 

Lovell. Stanley P.. and Bush. 2.677,646. 
Bushell. Elmer H., San Bruno, Calif., assignor of one- 
half to Z. K. Page, Abilene, Tex. Double door operator. 

2,670,952, Mar. 2. 
Rushemi .Anthony J. 2,081 .093, CI. 152 — 200. 
Bushev, Walter C, and C. T. McLuen. 2.088,990, CI. 

143—161. 
Bushnell, David S.. Seattle, Wash. Skid chain applying 

device. 2.672.911. Mar. 23. 
Bushnell. Edward W. 2.696.207. CI. 128 — 33. 
Bushnell, William H.. to S. G. Bloomer, and W. H. Bu.sh- 

nell, d, b. a. Master Hole Cutter Co. 2,693,853, CI. 

164 — 71. 
Bushong, Robert J., and J. L. Montgomery, to Insley Mfg. 

Corp. 2,688,411, CI. 212—59. 

~" " ~ 2,679,701, CI. 37—2. 

to Koninklilke Machinefabriek Gebr. 
2.685.341. ri. 170 — 160.34. 
to Koninklijke Machinefabriek Gebr. 

Stork & Co.. N. V. Hengelo. 2,688.719, CI. 318 — 372. 
Buss, Ernest. 2,682,230, CI. 10,3—120. 
Buss, Hadley N. 2.094.424. CI. 144 — 114. 
Bussard. Emmery J. H., assignor to Avco Manufacturing 

Corporation, Cincinnati, Ohio. Tuner for television re- 
ceivers. 2,668,198, Feb. 2. 
Bussard. Emmery J. H., to Avco Mfg. Corp. 2,694,150, CI. 

250 — 40. 



Electric lamp for 

assignor to Re- 
Gaslock for spray 



Busque, Charles S. 

Busquet. Jan C, 

Stork & Co. N. V. 

Busquet. Jan C, 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



79 



Bussiird, Kjfllu T., deceased, Albany, Greg., \\ . liuthrufT, 
exi'CUtor of said K. T. Jiussard, assignor to It. D. Uus- 
sard. Albany. OioK. Basket cover. 2,C6G,4S2, Jan. Is). 
Bussard. K. D.. assignee : l:icf — 

Bussard. Ivyttin T. 
Busse. Karl J. 2.1574,826. CI. 43 — 57.5. 
Buseer. Claude B., Horton, Kan8. Thermostat control 
for gas stoves. 2,673,688, Mar. 30. 

Bussert. Cliarles P.. : See — , „„„ 

Kingston. Walter E.. Zavarine, and Bussert. 2,697,869. 
Bussetl. Oiuseppina. heir : See — „ „ 

Kachkaroff, Pierre, and Gnareschi. 2,678,872. 
Bussey. W illiani H., Kockiord, 111. Tliernionictric system 

for "measuring the freezing point. 2,671,335. Mar. 9. 
Bussmann, Aloyslus B., Jr. 2,688,654, CI. 174 — 163. 
Busso, Charles J.. Oakland, and E. L. Walters, assignors 
to Shell Development Company, San Francisco, Calif. 
Clathrate compound formation. 2,673,195. Mar. 
Bustin, Leopold, Mamaroneck, N. Y. Grating. 
Feb. 9. 

See — 

C, Bullitt, 



23. 
2,668,484, 



Hudson, and Buswell. 



and C. S. Boruff. 2,686,146, CI. 



2,697,104. 
Engineering 



Buswell, Arthur M. ; 
Price. Charles 
2,691, ti26. 

Buswell, Arthur M., 
195 — 13. 

Butcher. Richard A. : See — 

Ericks, Walter P.. and Butcher. 2.696,449. 

Butenhoff. Harry W., to H. & O. Tool Co. 2,695,525, CI. 
74 — 169. 

Buth. William F. : See — 

Heinrich. Herbert, and Buth. 

Butler, Arnold A.. French Camp, assignor of two per- 
cent to F. A. Raymond and two percent to M. Hill, 
Tracv, Calif. Patient transferring device. 2,665,432, 
Jan. 12. 

Butler, Charles L., 12% to D. E. SafEell, and 12%% to 
Ij. B. Saffell. 2.685,095. CI. 10—89. 

Butler, Clarence A., Jr., to Diamond Alkali Co. 
CI. 204 — 98. 

Butler, Clarence A., Jr., to Diamond Alkali Co. 
CI. 204 — 258. 

Butler, Clvde A., to Pekor Iron Works. Inc. 2,690,131 
CI. 103 — 114. 

Butler, Donald : See — 

Lowe. Arnold J., and Butler. 

Butler. Edgar M., to Butler 
2.687.996. CI. 204 — 248. 

Butler. Edward S.. Chadderton, Oldham, and A. Sutclifife, 
Werneth, Oldham, assignors to Piatt Brothers and Com- 
pany Limited, Oldham. England. Safety device for 
looms for weaving tufted pile fabrics. 2,666,458, Jan. 
19. 

Butler, Edward S., and A. Sutcliffe, assignors to 
Brothers and Company Limited. 2,675,029, 
139 — 370. 

Butler Engineering Co., Inc. : See — 
Butler. Edgar M. 2.687.996. 

Butler, Ernest H. 2,678,655, CI. 132 — 50. 

Butler, Ernest J. : See — 

Morey. Leon P.. and Butler. 2.685.323. 

Bntler, Frank D., Venice, Calif. Internal-combustion tur- 
bine. 2,667,744, Feb. 2. 

Butler Frank T). 2.680.949. CI. 60 — .'?9.34. 

Butler, Frank D. 2,687,048, CI. 74 — 655. 

Bntler, George B., and R. L. Bunch, to Board of Commis- 
sioners of State Institutions of the State of Florida. 
2,687,382, CI. 260 — 2.1. 

Butler. George V.. and E. P. MacDoaough, to Chance 
Vought Aircraft, Inc. 2,685,469, CI. 287—129. 

Butler, Henry J. : See — 

Wright, Joseph, and Butler. 2,679,303. 

Butler, Henry J., Sutton Coldfield, assignor to Dunlop 
Rubber Companv Limited, London County, England. 
Self-tightening disk brake. 2,672,223, Mar. " " 

Butler, Henrv J., to Dunlop Rubber Co. Ltd. 
CI. 188—218. 

Butler, Hugh B. J. : See — 

Travers, Walter A., and Butler. 

Butler. James A. 2.689.609. CI. 164- 

Butler, John E., to National Steel 
117—102. 

Butler, John M., Centerville. Ohio, assignor to Monsanto 



2,681,884, 
2,681,887, 



Co., Inc. 



Piatt 
CI. 



-19. 
Corp. 



16. 
2,697,499, 



2,686,135, CI. 



Butler, Richard K., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Tex- 
tile Engineering Corporation. 2,678,473. CI. 19 — 142. 

Butler. Richard K., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Tex- 
tile Engineering Corporation. 2,678,474, CI. 19 — 142. 

Butler, Robert W., Moylan, assignor to United Specialties 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Turn signal switch. 

2.673.905, Mar. 30. 

Butler. Robert W., Moylan, assignor to United Specialties 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Turn signal switch. 

2.673.906, Mar. 30. 

Butler, Itov T.. to Briggs Mfg. Co. 2,693.381, CI. 292—117. 

Butler, Smedlev D.. Jr. 2.692,080. CI. 230 — 34. 

Bntler, Stanley S. 2,675,814, CI. 134 — 168. 

Butler, Thomas JI., to Burroughs Corp. 2,693,906, CI. 
2.35—60.31. 

Butler, Vaughn, assignor to Burlington Mills Corporation. 
2,674,807. CI. 66 — 149. 

Butler. Vaughn H., to Burlington Mills Corp. 2,694,304, 
CI. (JO— 150. 

Butler, Wendell, and S. F. Pride. 2,683,024, CI. 257—164. 

Butler, William F., Oakland, assignor to Cutter Labora- 
tories, Berkeley, Calif. Needle assembly and produc- 
ing said assembly. 2,665,689, Jan. 12. 

Butler, William F., Oakland, assignor to Cutter Labora- 
tories, Berkeley, Calif. Valved flow meter for parenteral 
solution injection sets. 2,672,051, Mar. 16. 

Butlin, Charles E.. Plattsburg, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to American Safety Razor Corporation, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Injector razor. 2,666,257, Jan. 19. 

Butlin, Charles E., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
American Safety Razor Corporation. 2,674,036, CI. 
30 — 10. 

Butow, Stanley H.. Wilmette. Til. Moisture collector for 
flush tanks. 2,671,227, Mar. 9. 

Butsch, Paul v., to United States Rubber Co. 2,691,191, 
CI. 18—39. 

Butterfield, John P., Grosse Pointe Park, assignor to 
Chrysler Corporation, Highland Park. Mich. Torque 
compensated link suspension. 2,669,315, Feb. 16. 

Butterfield, John P., to Chrysler Corp. 2,684,131, CI. 



Chemical Company, St. Louis, 
rubber. 2.665,268. Jan! 5. 



Mo. Vulcanization of 



Butler, John M., Centerville, Ohio, assignor to Monsanto 

Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Preparation of 

styrene derivatives. 2,671.111, Mar. 2. 
Butler. John M., assignor to Monsanto Chemical Company. 

2,676,934, CI. 260—28.5. 
Butler. John M., to Monsanto Chemical Co. 2,687,421, 

CI. 260 — 404.8. 
Butler. John M., to Monsanto Chemical Co. 2,696.472, 

CI. 252 — 33.6. 

Butler. John M., to Monsanto Chemical Co. 2,696,492, 

CI. 260 — 429. 
Butler, .Joseph P. 2.674,117, CI. 72 — 135. 
Butler, Keith H., and H. H. Homer, to Sylvania Electric 

Products Inc. 2,691,601, CI. 117 — 33.5. 
Butler Mfg. Co. : See — 

Walker, Samuel J. 2,687,108. 
Butler, Richard K. : See — 

Swanson, Kenneth P., and Butler. 2,691,402. 



188—78. 

Butterfield, 
188 — 264. 

Butterfield, 
Gilfillan, 
Highland 
2,668,460, 

Butterfield. 



John P., to Chrysler Corp. 2,687,192, 01. 



John P., Grosse Pointe Woods, and H. W. 
Detroit, assignors to Chrysler Corporation, 
Park, Mich. Power transmission unit. 
Feb. 9. 

Louis B., to Western Electric Co., Inc. 
2.693,416. CI, 95 — 1.9. 
Butterworth, Arthur B. 2,691,178, CI. 5 — 113. 
Butterworth, Gilbert J., to Sperry-Sun Well Surveying Co. 



2.692.754. CI. 255—1.6. 



See — 



Corp. 2,688,402, CI. 
Sutherland Paper Corn- 
Sutherland Paper Com- 
Sutherland Paper Corn- 



Buttery, 
pany. 

Buttery, 
pany. 

Buttery, 
pan.v. 

Buttner, 



Butterworth. H. W.. and Sons Co. : 
Henry. George E. 2.694.307. 

Butterworth, John W., to Clevite 
209—208. 

Buttery, Kenneth T.. assignor to 
pany. 2,675,160, CI. 229—33. 

Buttery, Kenneth T., assignor to 
pany. 2,675,161. CI. 229—34. 

Buttery, Kenneth T., assignor to 
pany. 2,675,163. CI. 229—36. 

Buttery, Kenneth T.. assignor to Sutherland Paper Com- 
pany. 2.677.492. CI. 229—31. 

Kenneth T.. assignor to Sutherland Paper Com- 

2.677.494. CI. 229 — .39. 
Kenneth T.. assignor to Sutherland Paper Com- 

2.677.495. CI. 229—39. 
Kenneth T., assignor to Sutherland Paper Com- 

2.678,153, CI. 229 — 36. 

Artur, assignor to Schnellpressenfabrik Aktien- 

gesellschaft Heidelberg. 2,676,541, CI. 101 — 391. 
Button, Charles T. : See — 

Durbin, Vernon, and Button. 
Butts, Claud. 2,688,949, CL 119 — 103. 
Butz, Arthur N., Jr. : See — 

Hunt, Frederick V., Schuck, Rutherford, Hathaway, 
and Butz. 
Buus. Harold W. : See — 

Stearns, Roswell H., and Buus. 2,695,709. 
Buxton. Inc. : See — 

Broughton, Douglas J. 2,675,043. 
Corey. Donald W. 2.685.550. 
Fontana. Giampiero. 2.686.545. 
Marymount, Jesse H. 2,685,193. 
Buysse. Emil P. : See — 

Wesstrom, Alfred, and Buysse. 
Buzas, Anthony F. 2,684.826, CI. 249- 
Buzzi, Riccardo. to I. Rizzieri. 2,697,552, CI. 235 — 145. 
Byatt, Dennis W. G., to Marconi's Wireless Telegraph 

Co., Ltd. 2,695,406. CI. .34.3 — 118. 
Byberg, Jonas J. 2,686,045, CI. 259 — 40. 
Byehinsky, Wilfred A., assignor to General Motors Cor- 
poration. 2,679,627, CI. 324 — 15. 
Eydalek, Floyd J., to Milwaukee Gas Specialty Co. 

2,687.274, CI. 251—76. 
Byer. Walter C. : See — 

Tommarehi, Paul, and Byer. 
Byerley, Wilbur M., Crum Lynne, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East PittsDurgh, Pa. Heat 
exchange apparatus. 2,666,625, Jan. 19. 
Byers, A. M., Co. : See — 

Story, Edward B. 2,686,742. 



2,677,408. 
-58. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Byers. John R.. Jr. : Sec — 

Allen, Charles F. H., and Byers. 2.G92.209. 

Allen, Charles P. H., Byer.s, and Sprague. 
By-Products Processing Laboratories, Inc., assignee : 
See — 

Winkler Joseph. 
Byram, Frederick C, and S. S. L. Chang, to Robbing & 

Myers, Inc. Re. 23,870, CI. 103—133. 
Byrd, John F., and J. D. Phyfe, assignors to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. 2,076,272, CI. 307—113. 
Byrd, John F.. and J. D. I'hyl'e. to Radio Corp. of America. 

2,691,100, CI. 340—310. 
Byrd, VV. Lee, assignee : See — 

Howard, Oliver W. 
Byrne, John F.. assignor, by mesne assignments, to Hew- 
lett-Packard Company. 2.677,807, CI. 333—6. 
Byron, Anthony J. 2.679,430, CI. 294 — 103. 
Byron, Michael. 2,677,040, CI. 219 — 38. 
Byiuiii, James F. : See — 

Gluner, Meyer, and Byrum. 2,085.403. 
Bystrom, Harry O., Modesto, Calif. Baby crib. 2,669,730, 

Feb. 23. 
Bystrom, Sigfred O. 2,693,941, CI. 257 — 171. 
Bywater, James E., to Ford Motor Co. 2,692,148. CI. 

280 — 460. 
C. A. V. Ltd. : See — 

Bevis, William A. 2,678,211. 

Evans, Fraser M. 2,679,836. 

Muraszew, Alexander. 2,696,809. 

Wheatle.y, Denis, and Adams. 2,695,382. 
C & C Tool Corporation, assignee : See — 

Cormany, David R. 
C & D Batteries, Inc., assignee : See — 

Carlile, Frank S. 

Jensen, Henry B. 2,678,960. 

Jensen. Henry E. 2,678,962. 
C. D. Patents Limited, assignee : See — 

Foster, David B., and Norman. 

Greaves, Charles D., and Atkins. 

Greaves, Charles D., and Parker. 2.674,763. 

Norman, William S., and Sawyer. 
C-Eight Laboratories, assignee : See — 

Caruso, Mario. 
C & F Machine Works : See — 

Chase. Sidney J., and O'Reilly. 2,697,609. 
C-O-Two Fire Equipment Co. : See — - 

Allen, Prank B. 2,682,356. 

Allen, Frank B. 2,684,180. 

Allen. Frank B., and Siebens. 

Hill, Robert H. 2,682,967. 

Siebens, Norman H. 2.674,325. 

Van Zandt, Harvey, and Sesnle. 
CPC Engineering Corp. : See — • 

Pote, Lloyd W. 2,682,701. 
C. S. I. Sales Company, assignee : See — 

Goodwin, Hoyle T. 
C. U. R. A. Patents Ltd. : See- 
Allan, George W. C, Dale, Sparham, and Brown. 
2,696,019. 
C. V. A. Jigs Moulds & Tools Limited, assignee : See — 

Fi.shwick. Robert. 

Pulraan, William B. R. 2,676,385. 
Cable Electric Products, Inc. : See — 

Grohsgal, Alexis C. 2,682,655. 
Cabot, Godfrey L., Inc. : See — 

" 2,697,591. 

2,697,069. 



2,686,107. 

2.095,279. 
Halsey, Malin, 



and Knight. 



Abboud, Harry I. 

Bradley, John M. 

Jordan, Merrill B. 

Jordan, Merrill E. 

Knhn. Samuel, and Pinirs, 

Kistiakowsky, George B., 
2.090,960. 

Stokes, Charles A. 

Wendell, Charles B., Jr. 2,675,214. 

Wendell, Charles B.. Jr., and Enpelson. 2,693,406. 
Cabot, Samuel, and G. Cohen, to Pacific Mills. 2,692,184, 

CI. 8—139. 
Cabul Tool Company Limited, assignee : See — 

Pocknee, James K. 
Cacciotti. Joseph J., Perth Amboy, N. J., assignor to Na- 
tional Lead Company, New York, N. T. Titanium nitride 
and improved process for preparation of same. 2,672,401, 
Mar. 16. 
Cade, Phillip J. : See — 

Anderson, Norman C. Bredesen, and Cade. 2,674,677. 
Cadella. Anthony. 2.677,324. CI. 100—98. 
Cadorette, Eudore P., to Sun Oil Co. 2,688,512, CI. 

294 — 106. 
Cadwpll Corporation, The. assicnee : See — 

Bnrla, Ronald L. 2.677,980. 
Cadwell, Leonard E. : See — 

Prazier, Charles, and Cadwell. 2,681,897. 
Oadwell, Maud H., executrix : See — 

Hnrrla. Carl C. and Cadwell. 2,684,031. 
Cadwell. Vyrl R. 2.083,381, CI. 74 — 481. 
Cady. George H. : See — 

Silvey, Gene A., and Cady. 2.697,726. 

Cady. Gporge H., and K. B. Kellogg. 2,089,254, CI. 

260 — 453. 
Cady, Paul C. : See — 

Adams, Arthur R., Grizzard, and Cady. 2,082,424. 
Cady, Robert G.. assignor to Ajax Flexible Coupling Co., 

Inc. 2,674,381. a. 214—17. 



Cady, Stanley S., St. Paul, and W. E. Sabatka, -Minneap- 
olis, Minn. Apparatus for filtering and agitating plat- 
ing solutions. 2,607,270, Jan. 26. 

Cafa-RoU, Inc., assignee : Sec — 
Boot.s, Arthur A. 

Cafcas, Thomas H., Chicago, and A. W. Lindert, Home- 
wood, assignors to Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 111. 
Metal-working compositionB. 2,668,146, Feb. 2. 

Cage, John M., Upper Montclair. N. J. Micro-microwave 
generator. 2,071,857, .Mar. 9. 

Cage, John M. 2.698,388, CI. 250 — 40. 

Cagniard, Louis, assignor to Centre National de la 
Recherche Scientitique. 2,677,801, CI. 324 — 1. 

Cahen. Alfred. 2,679,901, CI. 164 — 64. 

Cahen, Roger, assignor to La Radio Industrie, Paris, 
France. Stereoscopic television method and apparatus. 
2.665,335, Jan. 5. 

Cahen, Roger R., to Soclete "La Radio-Industrie." 
2,691,612, Cl. 154—110. 

Cahill, Bernard S., assignor to Pioneer Electric and 
Research Corporation. 2,075,537, Cl. 340 — 147. 

Cahill, Joseph B. 2,079.945. Cl. 220—32. 

Cahn, Robert P., Elizabeth, and L. D. Etherington, Cran- 
ford, N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development Com- 
pany. Adsorption process. 2,606,500. Jan. 19. 

Cain, Cornelius K., Flourtown, Pa., assignor to Research 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. 2,4-diamino pteridine and 
derivatives. 2,067,486, Jan. 26. 

Cain, Donald G. C. S. Goddin. Jr., and N. M. Caruthers, 
assignors to Stanolind Oil and Gas Company, Tulsa, 
Okla. Regenerating carboxylic acids from their salts. 
2,670,300, Feb. 23. 

Cain, Farrell O., assignor of one-half to H. O. Cain, Geneva, 
Ala. Pivoted metal-working hammer. 2,064,773, Jan. 5. 

Cain, Hardy O., assignee : See — 
Cain, Farrell O. 

Caine, Walter J. : See — 

Darner, Frederic M., and Caine. 

Caird. Clarissa E., assignee : See — 
Caird, Peter. 2,678,847. 

Caird. Peter, assignor to C. B. Caird. 2,678,847, Cl. 
299—131. 

Cairelli, Eremeldo : See — 

Buenger, Edward P., Uhrmacher, Cairelli, and 

Rundblad. 
Segal, Samuel, and Cairelli. 

Cairns, Fred E., Jr., to General Controls Co. 2,684,115, 
Cl. 158—123. 

Cairns, Robert B. : See — 

Boyd, Thomas, Cairns, and Bump. 2,676,102. 

Cairns. Tliomlore Le S.. and W. W. Gilbert, to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Co. 2.092.208. Cl. 260 — 315. 

Caitung, Seweryn. 2,678,747, Cl. 215 — 5. 

Cake, William R., to Heyden Chemical Corp. 2,696.507, 
Cl. 260—637. 

Calabro, Natale, Pittsburgh, assignor of one-half to A. S. 
Ortale, Mount Lebanon, and R. E. Ferree, Tarentum, 
Pa. Dispensing device for catchup bottles. 2,673,663, 
Mar. 30. 

Calaman, Joseph J. : See — 

Smith, George H., Higginbotham, Mitchell, and Cala- 
man. 2,675,994. 

Calamore, John P., to City Tank Corp. 2,692,062, Cl. 
214 — 518. 

Calavo Growers of California : See — 
Adams. Loyd. 2,680,957. 

Calbiani, Alberto, assignor to Ponteggi Tubolari Dalmine 
Innocenti S. p. A., Milan, Italy. Clamp. 2,671,679, 
Mar. 9. 

Calcinator Corp. : See — 

Herbert. John W. 2.696,178. 

Calcium Carbonate Company, assignee : See — 
McHan, Brack B. 

Caldeira, Ruth A., Brooklyn, N. Y. Safety device for 
Invalids' wheel chairs. 2,667,945, Feb. 2. 

Calder. Alan R.. See — 

Fienberg, Nathan, and Calder. 2,675,584. 

Calder, Alexander W., to Joy Mfg. Co. 2,693,950, Cl. 
262 29. 

Calder. William G., assignor to Joints, Inc., Los Angeles, 
Calif. Tightening device. 2,673,383, Mar. 30. 

Caldes. Constantine A. 2.096.836, Cl. 139 — 13. 

Caldwell. Carlyle G., Flushing, and O. B. Wurzburg, 
Babylon, assignors to National Starch Products Inc.. 
New York, N. Y. Unsaturated starch compounds and 
insoluble derivatives thereof. 2.668,156, Feb. 2. 

Caldwell, E. L., & Sons, assignee : See — 
Caldwell. Edward L., Jr. 2,678,550. 

Caldwell, Edward L.. Jr., assignor to E. L. Caldwell & 
Sons. 2,678,550, Cl. 64 — 28. 

Caldwell, Harold W. : See — 

H.irris, Carl C, and Cadwell. 2,684.031. 

Caldwell, Harry B., to Electro-Hydraulics Ltd. 2,685,275, 
Cl. 121 — 40. 

Caldwell, Harry B.. and K. G. Hancock, to Electro- 
Hydraulics Ltd. 2.687.857. CI. 244 — 50. 

Caldwell. Harry J., and E. Y. Seborg, assignors to Barnes 
Drill Co., Rockford. 111. Control mechanism for honing 
machines. 2,671,292. Mar. 9. 
Caldwell, James E. 2,677,227, Cl. 56 — 35. 

Caldwell. John R., Kingsport, Tenn., assignor to East- 
man Kodak Company. Rochester. N. Y. Preparing sul- 
fonvl dibenzoic acids and derivatives thereof. 2,673,218, 
Mar. 23. 



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Caldwell, John K., asslRnor to Eastman Kodak Company. 

2.G75,3G0. CI. 260 — 13. 
Caldwell, John R., asslRnor to Eastman Kodak Company. 

2.675.3C7. CI. 200 — 1~. 
Caldwell, John R.. assignor to Eastman Kodak Company. 

2.G75.411. 01. 260 — 591. 
Caldwell, John R., to Eastman Kodak Co. 2,682,518, CI. 

260 — 30.4. 
Caldwell, John R., to Eastman Kodak Co. 2,682,519, CI. 

260—30.4. 
Caldwell, Jolin R., to Eastman Kodak Co. 2,685,598, Cl. 

2f.0--4SS. 
Caldwell, John R., and G. L. Lake, to Meadows Mfg. Co. 

2,682,380, Cl. 242—118. 
Caldwell, Joseph M., Arlington, Va. Liquid level indi- 
cating, recording, and controlling apparatus. 2,672,155, 

Mar. 16. 
Caldwell. Lyle, assignee : See — 

Kaslow Arthur L. 2,675.803. 
Caldwell, Lyle. 2.693.800, Cl. 128—206. 
Caldwell, Paul, to Cannae Research and Development 

Co. 2,683,075, Cl. 23—109. 
Caldwell, Samuel H., Boston, assignor to Graphic 

Arts Research Foundation, Inc., Cambridge, Mass. 

Optical system for photographic composing apparatus. 

2,670,665, Mar. 2. 
Caldwell. Wallace C, to the United States of America 

as represented by the Secretary of War. 2,688,120, 

Cl. 33.^—13. 
Caldwell, William J. 2,684,232, Cl. 261—79. 

Caldwell, Wyche D. : See — 

Beman, Ward W., and Caldwell. 2,685,082. 
CaUee, John D. : See- 
Miller, Charles B., and Calfee. 2.674.631. 

Miller, Charles B., and Calfee. 2,676,996. 
Calfee, John D.. and C. B. Miller, assignors to Allied Chem- 
ical & Dye Corporation. 2,674,630, Cl. 260 — 653. 
Calfee. John D.. and C. B. Miller, to Allied Chemical & 

Dye Corp. 2,681,267. Cl. 23—88. 
Calfee, John D.. C. B. Miller, and H. Schneider, to Allied 

Chemical & Dye Corp. 2.690.815, Cl. 183 — 115. 
Calgon, Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Roland. Charles T. 

Thompson, Ralph N. 
Calhoun, James C. W. L. Davidson, and K. J. Hansen, 

to Olln Industries, Inc. 2,692.053. C\. 211 — 49. 
Calhoun, Robert L. 2,687,598. Cl. 47 — 57.5. 
Calico Printers' Assn. Ltd., The : See — 

Lantz, Louis A., and Schofield. 

Lantz, Louis A., Schofield, and Spinner. 

Miller, William S. 2,681,867. 
California Institute Research Foundation: See — 

Bailey, Agard H. 2,675,903. 

Cowan, Eugene W. 2,676,266. 

Dixon. Joseph A. 

Dumond, Jesse W. M. 2,688,093-4. 

Gow, Kenneth P.. and Klein. 
California Packing Corp. : See — 

Burling, Rnthel O., and Nelson. 2,694,489. 

Gibson, William. 
California Portland Cement Co. : See — 

Campbell, William C. 2,696,892. 
California Reinforced Plastics Company, assignee : See — 

Steele, Roger C. 

Steele, Roger C. and Ammen. 2,674,295. 
California Research Corp. : See — 

Arnold, .Terome H. 2.695.323. 

Bailey, Wesley T. 2,688,599. 

Benoit, George J., Jr. 2,691,633. 
■ ^ "Jr. 2,691,634. 

2,684,926. 
2.685.578, 

Carlston, Earl F.. and Lnm. 2,697,723. 

Chittnm. Joseph F. 2,678,911. 

Cope, John Q., and Claussen. 

Darragh, John L., and House. 2,679,533. 

Darragh. John L., and Johnson. 2,688,583. 

Davis, Vincent C. 2,686,293. 

Denison, George H.. Jr., Firey, and McLaughlin. 
2,676,094. 

Eadie. Arthur F. 

Echols. Robert E 

Ferstandig Louis 

Ferstandig, Louis L. 2,678,942. 

Filatoff-Roca. Pierre, and Sfavner. 

Firey, Joseph C, and McLaughlin. 2,676,093. 

Oester, George C, Jr., and Sewell. 

Gleason. Augustus W., and Bowles. 

Goldschmidt, Alfred, Stewart, and Harle. 2,687,378. 

Halamka. Charles J., and La Porte. 

Harlp. Oliver L. 2 6R1.31R 

Harle, Oliver L. 2,691,632. 

Harle. Oliver L. 2,694,6S2. 

Hotten, Bruce W. 2,698.300. 

Hotten, Bruce W., and Houston. 2,680,095. 

Hunter. Melvin V., and Segesser. 

Jensen, Warren, and Clayton. 2,683,168. 

Jensen, Warren, and Clayton. 2,683,169. 

Kather, William S., and Wiener. 2,681,313. 

Langlois. Oordnn E. 2,695.324. 

Lavender, Harrison M., Jr., and Ellis. 2.679,535. 

Lewis, Allen H., and Stavner. 2,676,962. 

Lindstrom, Eddie G., and Woodruff. 2,676,925. 



Benoit, George J. 
Brandel, Albert J. 
Brengle, Alfred S. 



2,697.075. 
L. 2.678,941. 



2,674.579. 



2,691,572. 
and Scott. 2,684,332. 
and Scott. 2,684,333. 



California Research Corp. : Sec — Continued. 
Lowe, Warren. 

Lowe, Warren, and Clayton. 2,690,999. 
Mingle, John G., Jr. 2,696,800. 
Moody. Clark J. 2.681,053. 
Morgan, Clarence R., and Olds. 
Mulvany, Paul K. 2,680,123. 
Mulvany, Paul K. 2,689,220. 
Newnan, Cliarles D., and Furby. 
Pinotti, Primo L., and Baruscli. 
Kohrback, Gilson II., McCloud, 
Rohrback, Gilson H., McCloud, 
.Scliuniian. Glenn A. 2.081,442. 
Sie.g, Robert P. 2,697,066. 
Stayner, Richard D. 
StavncT. i;icliard D. 2,686.803. 
Stayner, Richard D. 2,691,636. 
Stayner, Richard D. 2.092.286. 
Stavner, Richard D. 2,693,482. 
Stavner, Richard D. 2,694,603. 
Stayner, Richard D. 2.694.715. 
Stayner, Richard D. 2,697,116. 
Stayner, Richard D., and Johnson. 2,692,231. 
Stayner, Richard D., and R. A. 
Stavner, Richard D. and R. A. 2.697,656. 
Stavner, Richard D. and R. A. 2,697,657. 
Stewart, William T. 2,689,097. 
Stewart, William T., Goldschmidt, and Harle. 

2,687,377. 
Stewart, William T., Newnan, and F^rby. 
Stoner, Robert A. 2,691,629. 
Toland, William G.. Jr. 2,677,703. 
Tol.and, William G., Jr. 2,084,382. 
Toland, William G., Jr. 2,688,631. 
Toland, Willi.am G., Jr. 2,695,312. 
Toland, William G., Jr. 2.095,313. 
Walker, James H., and Shiells. 2,680,096. 
Walstrom, John E. 2,694,179. 
California Spray-Chemical Corp. : See — 
Gardner, Leo R. 
Hansen. James W. 2.089.201. 
Kohn, Gustave K. 2,678,906. 
Calingaert, George : See — 

Shapiro, Hymin, Hnizda, and Calingaert. 2,674,519. 
Caliri, Joseph L., assignor to Caliri Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Inc. 2,674,680. Cl. 219 — 26. 
Caliri Manufacturing Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Caliri, Joseph L. 2,674,680. 
Calls, Jean, to Compagnie Generale de Telegraphic Sans Fil. 

2.095,241. Cl. 106—52. 
Callstro, Joseph R. : See — 

Pfenninger, Arnold, Jr., and Calistro. 2,674,505. 
Calkins, Lyle E.. to Bank of America National Trust and 

Savings Association. 2,694,027, Cl. 154 — 118. 
Calkins Mfg. Co. : See — 

Guyer. Morris W. 2.691,468. 
Calkins, Myron E., and G. K. Greminger, Jr., to The Dow 

Chemical Co. 2.697.666. Cl. 106 — 186. 
Call, David L., and W. L Tucker, Jr. 2,698,087, Cl. 209 — 

158. 
Call, Howard L., Ogden, Utah. 

2.665,008. Jan. 5. 
Callaghan-Hession Corp. ; See — - 
Asaft, Annis G. 2,682,517. 
AsafF, Annis G. 2,692.973. 
Callaghan, Leila, administratrix : See — 

Callaghan. Patrick H., Sr. 2,691,525. 
Callaghan, Patrick H.. Sr., deceased, L. 

ministratrix. 2,691,525, Cl. 273 — 79. 
Callaghan, Robert W., and L. H. Dorger, to General Mills, 

Inc. 2,686.721. Cl. 99 — 94. 
Callaham, William H., and H. B. Yarbrough. 

Cl. 111—83. 
Callahan, Francis P.. Jr. : See — 

Smith. William T., Euverard, and Callahan. 2,682,769. 
Callahan, J. Russell : See — • 

Hoban, Fairfield W. 2.685.956, 
Hoban. F.nirfield W. 2.086,588. 
Callahan. Jackson E., Santa Barbara, assignor to Signal 
Oil and Gas Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Thimble- 
enclosing ricger's vise. 2.671,365, Mar. 9. 
Callahan. William A., and F, L, Gendernalik. assignors to 

Detrex Corporation. 2.674,552. Cl. 148 — 6.15. 
Callahan Zinc-Lead Company, assignee : See — 

Bringolf. Richard G, 2,674.296. 
Callais. Roy A. 2,692.688. Cl, 211 — 86, 
Callans. Lee D.. and P. A. Pohlke. assignors to Hercules 

Powder Company. 2.677.15.'?, Cl. 19 — 76. 
Callaway, Samuel R.. and F. .1. Webbere, to General Motors 

Corp. 2,688,536, Cl. 75 — 171. 
Callender. Edwin M., to The Budd Co. 2,685,621. CL 

191—45. 
Gallery Chemical Co. : See — 

Schechter, William H. 2,689,259. 
Calling, John, assignor to International Harvester Com- 
pany. 2.674.101, Cl. 62 — 4. 
Calling, John, and W. F. Borgerd, to International Har- 
vester Co. 2,690,940. Cl. 309—16. 
Calling, John, and W, F, Borgerd, to International Har- 
vester Co. 2.094,607, Cl, 309 — 19, 
Calloway. Frank W. 2,696,087, Cl. 39 — 22. 
Calmar. Coriolan : See — 

Audubert, Ren6, and Calmar. 



Centrifugal extractor. 



Callaghan, ad- 



2,674,212, 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Calnion, Calvin, to The Permutit Co. 2,089,829, CI. 

252 — 1 79. 
Caliuy. Hnlph. 2,674,307, CI. 100—331. 
Calnetiiin IJliiids, Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Kvans, Cluirles S. 
Calosi, Carlo L... assignor to Raytheon Manufacturing 

Company. 2.080.333. CI. 51— .">0. 
Calosi, Carlo L. and H. G. Rudenberg, assignors to Ray- 
theon Manufacturing Company. 2,076,416, CI. 34 — 1. 
Calpat Corp., The : See — 

Heim, .Jacob G. 2,691,237. 
Calpin, Cyril .T. : See — 

Swartz, C. Kenneth, Calpin, and Foderaro. 2,688,159. 
Calumet & Hecla, Inc. : Sec — 

Kr.skine, Donald B. 2,698,220. 
mil, Walter I'. 

Kennv, llorman C, and Abramson. 2,687,953. 
Schuler, Otto R. 2,085,961. 
Calvert, I'.ort. 2,677,287, 01. 74—677. 
Calvert Oresham H. 2.090,491, CI. 201—07. 
Calvi, Joseph, Ventnor, N. .T. Electrically operated 

programming apparatus. 2,073,609, Mar. 30. 
Calvin, Claude E. 2,684,710. CI. 157 — 1.17. 
Calzolari, Kino. 2,695,530, CI. 74 — 232. 
Cam Tool Co. Inc., assignee : See — 

Bergeron, Narcisse C. 
Camarata, Frank J. : Sec — 

Wiener, Charles, Camarata, and Greiner. 2.696,097. 
Cambridge Instrument Co., Inc. : See — 
Fawcett, Howard N. 
Ricliardson, Robert D. 2,698,223. 
Cambridge Tile and Manufacturing Company, The, as- 
signee : See — 

Skinner, Charles A. 2,077,471. 
Cambron, James W. : See — 

Williams. Russell C, Mogk, Cambron, and Lamport. 
2,678,703. 
Cameo, Inc. : See — 

Canalize, Carlos R. 2,698,024. 
Howard, James H., and Mills. 
SeyfCert, Walter H.. Jr. 
Camden Bag and Paper Co. : See — 

Stevens, Louis M. 2,696,943. 
Camera Optics Mfg. Corp. : See — 

Zweidinger, Carl E. 2,697,340. 
Cameralix, Inc., assignee: See — 

Tydings, Kenneth S., and Rosenthal. 2,074,932. 
Camerano, Sebastian. 2,683,001, CI. 271—86. 
Camerino, Ernest. 2.692,016. CI. 100—90. 
Cameron, Alastair, to The Parsons and Marine Engineer- 
ing Turbine Research and Development Association. 
2,690,936, CI. 308 — 122. 
Cameron, Alexander, Walkerville, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 
England, assignor to Victor Products (Wallsend) Lim- 
ited. Rock drilling equipment. 2,068,090, Feb. 9. 
Cameron, Allan M., and C. T. Walter, to Continental Can 

Co., Inc. 2.680,004, CI. 214 — 8.5. 
Cameron, Charles W. 2,077,559, CI. 285— -170. 
Cameron. Eric C, and V. W. Woods, to Crop King Co.. a 
division of the Richey and Gilbert Co. 2,686,572, CI. 

2^gQ ^ g 

Cameroil, JHugh K., assignor to D. and R. J. Donoghue. 

2,074,186, CI. 101 — 404. 
Cameron Iron Works, Inc. : See — 
Allen, Herbert. 2,083,040. 
Allen, Herbert. 2,083,047. 
Allen, Herbert. 2,684,590. 
Allen, Herbert. 2,690,344. 
Brooks, Robert C. 2,083.045. 
Hammond, Ralph E. 2,083,999. 
Cameron, James L. : See — 

Kharasch, Norman, and Cameron. 
Cameron, John : See — 

Gellenbeck, John W. 2,083,950. 
Cameron, Joseph W., assignor to Boyle-Mldway Inc., Chi- 
cago, 111. Positioning device for stapling machines. 
2,664,562. Jan. 5. 
Cameron, Mortimer B., and F. Temple, to Westinghouse 

Air Brake Co. 2,696,830, CI. 137 — 494. 
Cameto, Leon R.. Oakland, Calif. Rack for the support of 

the human body. 2.671,442. Mar. 9. 
Camiield. Emery L. 2,074,987, CI. 123 — 190. 
Camfield Mfg. Co. : See — 

Olson, Henry L., and Miller. 2.089.000. 
Olson, Henry L., and Miller. 2,695,935. 
Olson, Henry L., Miller, and Hale. 2.685.633. 
~ ' isniler, and Hale. 2,692.549. 

H., and Miller. 2.680.403. 
2,688,711, CI. 313—276. 
General Electric Co. 2,682,173, 



2,080.310. 

2,697,242. 
See — 



M. 
to 



Olson, Henry L. 
Savela. Edward 
Camillerapp, Marcel 
Camilli, GugUehno, 

CI. 73 — 350. 
Camner, Hilding G.. 

2,682.862, CI. 123—32. 
Camp, George P. : See — 

Robertson, Bennle E., and Camp. 

Camp, John M. : See — 

Sewell, Ben W., and Camp. 
Camp. John M.. and J. E. Eckel, to Standard Oil Develop- 
ment Co. 2,692,116, CI. 255—61. 
Camp. Percv B., to Universal Railway Devices Co. 

2,087.190, "CI. 192—15. 
Camp, Samuel C. : See — 

Stevens, Donald R., and Cas}p. 



to Aktiebolaget Atlas Diesel. 



2,676,338. 



Cauipagiia, .Michelc : See — 

Laii'd, Hugh -M., ai.'d Campagna. 

Campanella, George M. : See — 

i;i()wsi>n, Sten, and Campanella. 

Campbell, A. S., Company, assignee: 
McLeod, Charles A. 2,676,850. 

Campbell, Alexander. 2,691,547, CI. 299 — 71. 

Campbell. Allan N. 2,678,540, CI. 62 — 117. 

Campbell, Allan .\. 2,687,024, CI. 02 — 117. 

Campbell. Avery D. 2,090,184, CI. 131 — 237. 

Campbell, Bruce W., to Lord Mfg. Co. 2,683,015, CI. 
24g 358 

Campbell, Bruce W., to Lord Mfg. Co. 2,683,016, CI. 
248—358. 

Campbell, Charles H., to United States Steel Corp. 
2,080,039, CI. 242 — 75. 

Campbell, Charles P., assignor to Perkiomen Products, 
East (ircenville. Pa. Container filling device. 2,009,400, 
Feb. 10. 

Campbell, Charles R., Jr., Beverly, Mass., assignor to 
United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. 
Hide and skin tensioning machine employing feed rolls. 
2,064.733, Jan. 5. 

Campbell, Erwin A. : See — 

Iddings, Charles D., Jenkins, and Campbell. 

2,689,137. 
Woolslayer, Homer J., Jenkins, and Campbell. 
Woolslayer, Homer J., Jenkins, Iddings, and Camp- 
bell. 

Campbell, Frank G. : See — 

Messick. Kirwan Y. 2,678.005. 
Messick, Kirwan W 2.090,923. 
Noyes, Edwin A. 2,087,508. 

Campbell, George E., San Diego, Calif. Lawn sprinkler 
head cleaner, 2,670,537, Mar. 2. 

Campbell, Harold A., and F. HoUis, Jr., to General Foods 
Corp. 2.096,156, CI. 99—80. 

Campbell, Harold A., and F. HoUis, Jr., to General Foods 
Corp. 2.690.157. CI. 99 — 80. 

Campbell, Harold B., and A. N. Bloom, assignors to Uniflow 
Manufacturing Company. 2.678,549. CI. 62 — 141. 

Campbell, Harris S., Bryn Athyn. assignor to Autogiro 
Company of America, Philadelphia, Pa. Aircraft hav- 
ing rotative sustaining blades and control mechanism 
for such aircraft. 2.070.804, Mar. 2. 

Campbell, Harris S., Biyn Athyn. assignor to Autogiro 
Company of America, Philadelphia, Pa. Rotor-equipped 
aircraft. 2,072,939, Mar. 23. 

Campbell, Henry W., Shaker Heights, Ohio, and C. P. 
Johnson, Clileago, 111., assignors to Interlake Iron Cor- 
poration, Cleveland. Ohio. Method and apparatus for 
charging blast furnaces. 2,068,628, Feb. 9. 

Campbell, Herbert M. 2.095,033, CI. 137 — 481. 

Campbell, Howard : See — 

Richter, Henry, and Campbell. 2,684,547. 

Campbell, Ivor E. : See — 

Beidler, Edward A., and Campbell. 

Campbell, Ivor E., Gahanna, and B. W. Gonser, and C. F. 
Powell, Columbus, Ohio, assignors, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Fansteel Metallurgical Corporation, North 
Chicago, HI. Highly refractory body. 2,065,475, Jan. 
12. 

Campbell, Ivor B., Gahanna, and B. W. Gonser, and C. P. 
Powell, Columbus, Ohio, assignors, by mesne assign- 
ments to Fansteel Metallurgical Corporation, North 
Chicago, 111. Preparing highly refractory bodies. 
2,065.997, Jan. 12. 

Campbell, Ivor E., Gahanna, and B. W. Gonser, and C. F. 
Powell, Columbus, Ohio assignors to Fansteel Metal- 
lurgical Corporation, North Chicago, 111. Preparing 
highly refractory bodies. 2,665,998, Jan. 12. 

Campbell, J Allan : See — 

Shepherd, Douglas A., 
2.697.106. 

Campbell, John. 2,689.111, CI. 257—175. 

Campbell. John A., and C. M. Sprumont. 
153—48. 

Campbell, John B., to E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. 
2,692,267. CI. 260 — 300.8. 

Campbell, John H., assignor to General Electric Company. 
2,680.211. CI. 315—90. 

Campbell, John H.. and D. D. Kershaw, 
General Electric Company. 2,677,075, CI. 

Campbell. John P. : See — 

McKinnev, Marion O.. Jr.. and Campbell. 

Campbell, Julian A. 2,694.171. CI. 318 — 182. 

Campbell. Leon W., Hendersonville, N. 
2,071,473, Mar. 9. 

Campbell, Maxwell S. 2,690,693, CI. 85 — 2.4. 

Campbell, Neal J.. St. Louis. Mo. Reinforced building 
panel. 2,067.060, Jan. 26. 

Campbell. Norman R., Hertford. M. E. H. Fitzgerald, Shir- 
ley, Croydon, and H. O. J. Collier, Hoddesdon, assignors 
to" -Vllen & Hanburvs Limited, London, England. 2,4-di- 
amino-7,8-disuhstltuted pteridines. 2,065,275, Jan. 5. 

Campbell. Oliver P. : See — 

Piros, John J., and Campbell. 

Campbell. Oliver F.. and W. H. Decker, Whiting, Ind., 
assignors to Sinclair Refining Company, New York, N. Y. 
Apparatus. 2.072,191, Mar. 16. 

Campbell. Oliver F.. and W. H. Decker, to Sinclair Re- 
fining Co. 2.088.589, CI. 190—110. 

Campbell, Ople H., Missoula, Mont. Spinning reeL 
2,668,024. Feb. 2. 



Campbell, and Johnson. 



2,676,640, CI. 



assignors to 
315—187. 



Picker. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



83 



Campbell, Paul F., Saginaw, Mich. Coffee weighing de- 
vice. 2.665.898, Jan. 12. 
Campbell. Paul J. :.'.ti77.310, CI. 90 — 13.5. 
Campbell. Paul .1. 2.(i"7.311, CI. 90 — 13.5. 
Campbell. Hex 11.. assignor of one-halt" to W. P. Ross and 
one-half to K. Q. Itiamlet. Oakland, Calif. Floor sale. 
2,1)69.198. Feb. 1C>. 
Campbell, Kichard D.. Liroolflnont, Md., assignor to 
Reed Research Inc.. Washington. P. C. Transducer. 
2.lU)6,St!l. .Tan. 19. 
Campbell, Robert E., assignor to Sloan Valve Company. 

2.679.801. CI. 137—607. 
Campbell, Robert E., assignor to Sloan Valve Company. 

2.680.043, CI. 299—59. 
Campbell. RoUin E., and H. D. Forse ; said Campbell to 

said Forse. 2.684.189. CI. 223 — 73. 
Campbell. Rov M. 2,686.368, CI. 33 — 168. 
Campbell, Samuel .T. 2.676.440, CI. 53 — 6. 
Campbell, Samuel J. 2,682,331, CI. 198 — 102. 
Campbell Taggart Research Corporation, assignee : See — 

Archer, Irving M. 2,676,718. 
Campbell, Tnlmajje D. 2,677,.")46, CI. 273 — 33. 
Campbell. Talmnge D. 2.677.547, CI. 273 — ^36. 
Campbell. Tod W.. and G. M. Coppinger, to the United 
States of America as represented bv the Secretary of 
Agricnlture. 2,686,123, CI. 99 — 8. 
Campbell, Walter, Raymondville, N. Y. Pipe collar align- 
ing ami eliimpins means. 2.G67,1.';9. ,Tan. 26. 
Campbell. William A., assignor to The B. F. Goodrich 

Company. 2.674.291, CI. 152 — 341. 
Campbell. William C, to California Portland Cement Co. 

2,696.892, CI. 183—7. 
Campbell. William S. 2,680.536, CI. 137-— 630.15. 
Campbell, William S., to Link-Belt Co. 2,692,041. CI. 

198 — 203. 
Campbell, Wyant & Camion Foundry Company, assignee : 
See- 
Wagner, Frederick A., and Pierce. 
Campeau, Georges. 2,678,704. CI. 188 — 88. 
Camphausen. Fred H., executor : See — 

Harza, Leroy F. 2,683,3.^4. 
Campion, George H., Abbeville, La. Center spray portable 

dishwashing machine. 2,664,902 Jan. 5. 
Camprubi, Bartholomew, Greenford, England, assignor to 
The Hoover Company, North Canton, Ohio. Motor. 
2,671,866. Mar. 9. 
Camras, Marvin, assignor to Armour Research Founda- 
tion of Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, 111. 
Magnetic duplicating method and means. 2,606,813, 
Jan. 19. 
Camras. Marvin, to Armour Research Foundation of Illi- 
nois Institute of Technology. 2,683.774, CI. 179 — 100.2. 
Camras, Marvin, to Armour Research Foundation of 
Illinois Institute of Technology. 2,686,230, CI. 179 — 
100.2. 
Camras. Marvin, to Armour Research Foundation of Illi- 
nois Institute of Technology. 2,694,107, CI. 179 — 100.2. 
Camras. Marvin, to Armour Research Foundation of Illi- 
nois Institute of Technology. 2.694.656, CI. 117 — 144. 
Camuso. Romualdo. to The Lionel Corp. 2.690,031 CI. 

46 — 12. 
Canada Cycle and Motor Company Limited, assignee : 
See — 

Shakesby. Leonard, and Sainsbury. 
Canada, His Majesty the King in the right of, as repre- 
sented by the Minister of Mines and Technical Surveys, 
assignee : See — 

Gamble, Samuel G. 2,676,409. 
Canada. His Ma.iesty The King in the right of, as repre- 
sented by the Minister of National Defense : See — 
Bekker, Mieczyslaw G. 2,685,481. 
Canada Packers Ltd. : See — 

Baker, Harold G., and Creighton. 2,697,105. 
Hincks. William J. 2,696,633. 
Canadian Breweries Ltd. : See — 

McFarlane, William D. 2.688,550. 
Ziegler. John A. 
Canadian Industries Ltd. : See — 

Richardson, William G., and MacAUister. 2,682,222. 
Canadian International Paper Company, assignee : See — 
Dixon. Julian A. 2.677.949. 
Dunn. John R. 
Canadian Refractories Ltd. : See — 
Craig, James W. 
Lathe. Frank E. 2.694,620. 
Canadian Westinghouse Co., Ltd. : Sre — 

Tovee. Edward H., and Ford. 2.694,020. 
Canal National Bank of Portland, The, trustee : See — 

Randall, Walter H. 2.687,246. 
Canalizo, Carlos R., to Cameo, Inc. 2,698,024, CI. 137 — 

Canazzi, Henry D. 2.677.139, CI. 9 — 6. 

Canazzi, Henry D. 2,681.029. CI. 115 — 35. 

Candee, Zenas P.. to The Waterbury Farrel Foundry & 
JIaohine Co., Inc. 2.090.239, CI. 188 — 77. 

Candler, George, assignee : See — 

McCormick, Michael. 2,679,658. 

Candlin, James E., Jr., to Pullman-Standard Car Mfg. Co. 
2,681,016. CI. 105—315. 

Candor. Robert R., Oakwood, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. Squeezer extractor wash- 
ing machine. 2.666.316. Jan. 19. 

Candor. Robert R., to General Motors Corp. 2,692,494. 
CI. 68—21. 



Canegallo. Giovanni, assignor of 50% to S. E. C. I. Socleta 
Elettrotecnica Chimica Itnliana. 2.677,743, CI. 201 — 65. 

Canetta, John, and A. T. Gorman, to Westinghouse Air 
Brake Co. 2,092,156, CI. 291—2. 

Canlield, Howard M. : Stc — 

(loeplert. tieorge J., and Canfield. 

Canfield. William B. : See — 

Hessel, Frederick A., and Canfield. 2,081,893. 
Rust, Jfohn B., and Canfield. 

Canfora. Arllnir i;. : Sci- — 

Shenk. lOugeiie R.. Liguorl. and Canfora. 

Canfora, Arthur E., and A. Liguori, to Radio Corp. of 
America. 2,682,574, CI. 178 — 61. 

Canham, CJeorge E., West Orange, assignor to Ralph C. 
Coxhead Corp., Newark, N. J. Line-forming mechanism 
for typewriting machines. 2.670,067, Feb. 23. 

Canicoba, Saul. 2,683,333, CL 49—82. 

Canion, Claude : Nee — 

Lamberth, George F. 2,691,908. 

Cannae Research and Development Co. : See — 
Caldwell, Paul. 2,683,075. 

Cannan Industries Ltd. : See — 
Oatlev. Arthur F. 2.094.392. 

Cannard, Roger. 2,688,291, CI. 108 — 1. 

Cannell. Murray D.. Wilmington. Calif. Gauging attach- 
ment for tanks. 2.672,693. Mar. 23. 
Cannell, .Alurray D. 2,674,129, CI. 73 — 425.4. 

Cannon. Frank H. : See — 
Bell, John, and Cannon. 

Cannon, Frank H., Chatswood, New South Wales, Aus- 
tralia, and A. A. Kirchel, Beckenham, assignors to 
Muirhead & Company Limited. Elmers End. Becken- 
ham, England. Checking and control arrangement for 
facsimile telegraph apparatus. 2,666,821, Jan. 19. 

Cannon, G. C, assignee : See — 
Knight, Raymond W. 

Cannon. Gerald S.. assignee : See — 
Knight. Raymond W. 

Cannon Industries Ltd. : See — 
Oatley. Arthur F. 2.GS,").(i3T. 

Cannon, Madison M., Jr., assignor to Emhart Manufac- 
turing Company. 2,679,324, CI. 214 — 17. 

Cannon, Robert M. 2,691,334, CI. 97 — 47.44. 

Cannon, William D., E. L. Newell, and C. H. Cramer, to 
The Western Union Telegraph Co. 2,683,188, CI. 
178—63. 

Cannon, William D., to The Western Union Telegraph Co. 
2.687.935. CI. 346—33. 

Cannon, William D., and T. Rystedt. assignors to The 
Western Union Telegraph Company. 2,677,028, CI. 
200—93. 

Cano. Antonio, assignee : See — 
Buck. Eugene W. 

Canon Camera Co. Ltd. : See — 
Ito, Hiroshi. 2,681,594. 

Canonne. Abel Y., to Etablissements Edgar Brandt. 
2,694.342. 01. 89—37. 

Canouet, Albert, to Vitex S. A. Anciens Etablissements 
J. Canouet. 2,687,409, CL 260 — 109. 

Cantalupo, Francis J., assignor to Crane Co., Chicago, 111. 
Flow control device. 2,667,900 Feb. 2. 

Canterino, Peter J., to Nopco Chemical Co. 2,694,052, 
CI. 260 — 29.6. 

Cantil, George R, 2,674,742, CI. 2 — 237. 

Cantin, Oscar. 2,696,749, CI. 81 — 90. 

Cantley, Joseph C, to United Shoe Jlachinery Corp. 
2.694,818, CI. 12 — 36. 

Cantor, Abraham : See — 

Shelanski, Herman A., and Cantor. 

Cantor, Bernard N., assignee : Sec — 
Moyer, Kenneth E. 2.680,306. 

Cantor, Jacob J.. Los Angeles, Calif. 
2,670,737, Mar. 2. 

Cantral. John I. : See — 

Silver, Walter H., and Cantral, 

Cantrell. Troy L. : See — 

Smith, Herschel G.. Cantrell, and Peters. 2,689,828. 

Caparon(>, Michael J., Arcadia, Calif., assignor to Robert- 
shaw-Fulton Controls Company, Greensburg, Pa. Auto- 
matic pilot control and ignition apparatus. 2,667,217, 
Jan. 26. 

Caparone, Michael J., Arcadia, and C. M. Vaughn, Santa 
Monica, Calif., assignors to Robertshaw-Fulton Con- 
trols Company, Greensburg, Pa. Combined thermostat 
and automatic pilot control. 2,672,292, Mar. 16. 

Caparone, Michael J., and T. T. Arden, to Robertshaw- 
Fulton Controls Co. 2,695,056, CI. 158—131. 

Capaul. Eugen. 2,677,314. CI. 90 — 53. 

Cape, Arthur T., and C. V. Foerster, to Coast Metals, Inc. 
2.695.943. CI. 219 — 8. 

Capell. Robert G.. W. P. Ridenour, 
Gulf Research & Development Co. 
270. 

Capell. Robert G., W. P. Ridenour, 
Gulf Research & Development 
106 — 270. 

Capella. Prime J. : See — 

Blank, Lawrence, and Capella. 

Capellazzi. Gildo. and H. Stegmaier, assignors to Rhine- 
Craft Company. Inc. 2,680.344, CI. 59—27. 

Capelli, Marino P. G., to International Standard Electric 
Corp. 2,686,302, CI. 343 — 14. 

Capilla, Federico D, : See — 

Tallada, Alejandro C. 2,687,014. 



2,675,341. 



Ear protector. 



and J. A. Stewart, to 
2,692,835. CI. 106— 

and J. A. Stewart, to 
Co. 2,694,014, CI. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Capita, Bmil R. 2,675,414, CI. 13—27. 

Capitol Machine Company, The, assignee : See — 

Taylor, Howard \V. 2,677,750. 
Capizzi, Anthony : See — 

Gattuso, Salvatore E. 2,695,744. 
Capizzi, Peter : See — 

Gattuso, Salvatore B. 2,695,744. 
Caples, Donald B., Berkeley, It. B. Willoughby, Concord, 
and P. L. Datt, Oakland, assignors to Shell Develop- 
ment Company, Emeryville, Calif. Dltrasonic flaw de- 
tectinc and recording system. 2,672,392, Mar. 16. 
Caplovich, Jerome J. : See — 

Wilder, Arthur S., Caplovich, and Bartholomew. 
2,688,585. 
Capomacchio, Antimo : See — 

SchiavuUi, Kudolph, and Capomacchio. 
Capper, Lois S., Los Angeles, Calif. Knitted garment con- 
struction. 2,666,314. .Jan. 19. 
Capra, Elzo B. 2.687,317, CI. 287 — 58. 
Caprino, Joseph C. : See — 

Cole, Quintin P., and Caprino. 2,698,333. 
Caps, Arthur W., to Photostat Corp. 2,688,898, CI. 

88 — 24. 
Capstaflf, John G.. assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Apparatus and method for motion- 
picture color photography. 2,670,312, Feb. 23. 
CapstafE, John G., assignor to Eastman Kodak Com- 
pany, Rochester, N, Y. Motion-picture register gauge. 
2,672,786, Mar. 23. 
Capuano, Ralph J. 2,680,169, CI. 200—84. 
Capurro, Juan J.: See — „, „„, 

Valsecchi, Ardulno C. P., and Capurro. 2,691,364. 
Carabasse, Joseph, M. Delassus, and A. Mennessier, as- 
signors to Etablissement Public : Houilleres du Bassin 
du Nord et du Pas-de-Calais. 2,680,707, CI. 202—57. 
Caracristi, Virginius Z., to Combustion Engineering, Inc. 

2.685.279. CI. 122 — 479. 
Caramelli, Carl F., assignor to P. G. Caramelll, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Hinged plate movable seat construc- 
tion. 2,673,592, Mar. 30. 
Caramelll, Peter G., assignee : See — 

Caramelli, Carl P. 
Carapico, Frank, Sr. 2,685,779. CI. 62—103. 
Caraway, Gordon E., Dallas, Tex. Carrier for surgical 

sutures. 2.671.556. Mar. 9. 
Carbary, Richard J., Erie, Pa., assignor to General Electric 
Company. Mounting arrangement for storage recep- 
tacles. 2,668,092, Feb. 2. 
Carbiener, Harvey D., and D. L. Rutter, assignors to Excel 
Corporation, Elkhart, Ind. Kickout sash. 2,670,062, 
Feb. 23. 
Carbodies Ltd. : See — 

Orr. .John H. 2,689,758. 
Carbonic Development Corp. : See — 
Hasche. Rudolph L. 2.692,131. 
Carbonneau Industries, Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Coates, James N. 
Carborundnm Co., The : See — 

Gnpnfprt. Oporge J., and Canfield. 
Hedlger, Ernst. 2,691,605. 
Irvine. Robert A., and Kramarz, 
McMulIen, John C. 2.686.821. 
McMullen. John C. 2,695,849. 
Nicholson. Kenneth C. 
•Swentzpl, John P. 
Car Carrier Equipment Co. : See — 
Knnz. Frederick J. 2,694,597. 
Card, Don B. : See — 

Pettigrpw, Svdnev E. 2,691,553. 
Card, Earl J., assignor to Security Steel Equipment Cor- 
poration. 2,678,854. CI. 308 — 3.8. 
Cardell. Olof : See — 

Erlert, Johan G. 2,690,804. 
Cardpn. Stewart W., to Acme Visible Records, Inc. 

2,695,205. CI. 308—210. 
Cardenas, Aubyn D. and L. C. 2,675,232, CI. 271 — 56. 
Cardenas, Leslie C. : See — 

Cardenas, Aubyn D. and L. C. 
Cardinal, Alohonse G., Floydada, 

lifter. 2,667.375, Jan. 26. 
Cardinal Chemicnl Corp. : See — 
Laibow, Jules, 2,685,020, 
Laibow. .Tnles. 2,690.501. 
Cardinal, William E., 40% to W. 

CI. 30 — 40. 
Cardinl, Norman E. : See — 

Husaczka, Stephan, Johansen, and Cardini. 
Cardon, Samuel Z. : See — 

Wainer, Eugene, and Cardon. 
Cardon, Samuel Z., and E. Wainer, to Horizons Titanium 

Corp. 2.604.617. CI. 23 — 88. 
Cardone, Eugene. 2,686,856, CI. 200—115.5, 
Cardox Corp. : See — 

Pawkes, Donald G. 2,698,169. 
Hanrahan, Walter J., and Oliver. 2,682,732. 
Williamson, Hilding V,, and Hampel. 2,683,651. 
Card well, Paul H. : See — 

Braunlich. Frank H., Jr., and Cardwell. 
Cardwell, Paul H., assignor to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pany. 2.674.322, CI. 166 — 22. 

Paul H., assignor to The Dow Chemical Com- 
2.074,323, CI. 166 — 26, 

Paul H., assignor to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pany. 2,675,881, CI. 166—22. 



2,675,232, 
Tex. Irrigation 



tube 



Reimann. 2,694,252, 



Cardwell, 

pany. 
Cardwell, 



Cardwell, Paul H., and L. H. Eilers, to The Dow Chemical 

Co. 2,689,230, CI. 252—8.55, 
Cardwell. Paul H., and C. L. Lunsford, to The Dow Chem- 
ical Co, 2,698,295, CI. 252—8.55. 
Cardwell Westiughouse Co. : See — 
Tucker, Herbert E. 2,674,449, 
Tucker, Herbert E, 2,687,295. 
Tucker, Herbert E. 2,687,296. 
Carey, Edward J., and D. K. Hearsum, to The National 

Cash Register Co. 2,682,995, CL 235 — 60.33. 
Cargill, Alexander B., to Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corp. 

2,686,211, CI. 13—27. 
Cargill, Incorporated, assignee : See — 

lllrsch, Sahlne. 
Carisi, John, assignor of % to V, J. Carisi. 2,674,769, 

CI. 20—92, 
Carisi, Vincent J., assignee : See — 

Carisi. John. 2,074,709. 
Carkeek, Charles R., Pasadena, Calif., assignor to The 
Texas Company, New York, N. Y. Generation of car- 
bon monoxide. 2,665.980, Jan, 12. 
Carkhuff, Le Roy F. : See — 

Burger, Martin, and Carkhuff. 2,687,069. 
Carl, Carl H. : See — 

Dodd, Carl W„ and Carl. 
Carl, Lawrence E. : See — 

Weiss, Herbert F., and P. W. and L. E. CarL 
2,688,833. 
Carl, Paul W :. See — 

Weiss, Herbert F., and P. W. and L. E. Carl. 
2,688,833. 
Carleton, James T., assignor to Westinghouse Electric 

Corporation. 2,677,084, CI. 318 — 141. 
Carleton, James T., assignor to Westinghouse Electric Cor- 
poration. 2,677,097, CI. 323—19. 
Carlick, Daniel J., Roselle, N. J., assignor to Intercheraical 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Copolymers. 2,665,283, 
Jan. 5. 
Carlick, Daniel J., Roselle, N. J., assignor to Interchemical 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Copolymers. 2,665,284, 
Jan. 5. 
Carlile, Alfred E., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Talon, Inc. Manufacture of slide fas- 
teners. 2,666,251, Jan. 19. 
Carlile, Frank S., North Hills, assignor to C & D Bat- 
teries, Inc., Conshohocken, Pa. Apparatus for manu- 
facturing battery grids of calcium and lead alloy. 
2,671,944, Mar. 16. 
Carlin, Arvid F. 2,692,776, CI. 273 — 142. 
Carlin, Robert, assignor to Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing 

Company. 2,674,985, CI. 123 — 90. 
Carlisle, Charles C. 2,697,985, CI. 103 — 44. 
Carlisle, Samuel S. : See — 

Burns. Charles, and Carlisle. 
Carlisle, Willis C, and J. H. McCarvell, Houston, Tex., 
assignors to Macco Oil Tool Company, Inc. Check valve. 
2,670,922, Mar. 2. 
Carlock, Marion P., Los Angeles, Calif. Device to pro- 
mote nasal breathing and prevent snoring. 2,672,138, 
Mar. 16. 
Carlon Products Corp. : See — 

Britton. Brigham, and Prendergast. 2,690,806. 
Carls. William : See — 

McLeod, Roy D. 2,692.614. 
Carlsen, Earl W., Yakima, Wash, dedicated to the free use 
of the People in the territory of the United States. Bag- 
filling device with valved pivotally mounted chute. 
2,668,648, Feb. 9. 
Carlsen, Leonard O. : See — 

Stewart, Arthur L.. and Carlsen. 
Carlsen, Leonard O., and A. H. Krastel, to The Gleason 

Works. 2,682,204, CI. 90 — 55. 
Carlson, Arthur C, to American Mfg. Co.. Inc. 2,691,995, 

CI. 144 — 1. 
Carlson, Axel S. 2,676,434, CI. 47 — 41. 
Carlson. Byron : See — 

Armstrong, Daniel A., Carlson, and Anderson. 
2,696,188. 
Carlson, Carl H., N. R. Frieberg, and O. F. Larsen, Ithaca, 
N. Y., assignors to The National Cash Register Com- 
pany, Dayton, Ohio. Calculating machine having true 
negative tot.als mechanism. 2.666,574, Jan. 19. 
Carlson, Carl O. 2,689,706, CI. 251—38. 
Carlson. Carl S. : See — 

Biribauer, Frank A., Carlson, and Morrell. 2,684,385. 
Morrell. Charlps E.. Carlson, and Porter. 
Tegge, Bruce R., Carlson, and Stewart. 
Carlson, Charles. 2,675,038, CI. 144 — 309. 
Carlson, Chester F. 2,681,473, CI. 18—61. 
Carlson, Chester F. 2,690.394. CI. 95—1.9. 
Carlson, Clarence A., to United States Gypsum Co. 

2,697,982, CI. 101 — 227. 
Carlson, Clarence G. : See — 

Barnett, Wilford J., and Carlson. 
Carlson, Clinton V,, and W. E. Schober, assignors to 
Cosom Industries, Inc., Minneapolis, Minn, Machine 
for manufacturing hollow bodies from thermoplastic 
shell members. 2,665,739, Jan. 12. 
Carlson, Edwin G., Caledonia, and A. H. Eppler, Mil- 
waukee, Wis., said Carlson assignor to said Eppler. 
Method and apparatus for graining lithographic plates. 
2,669,810, Feb. 23. 



LIST OP PATENTEES 



85 



Carlson, Ernest C. : See — 

Hintz. Otto K., Carlson, and Miner. 
Iluildle. Edwin F.. and Carlson. 
Carlson, Ernest J. 2.680,095. CI. 311—38. 
Carlson, (ieorge E., J. 1'. Bader, and N. B. Owen, to Viking 

Valve Co. 2.686.G.'>2. CI. 231—353. 
Carlson George J. : See — 

Melstrom. Donald S., and Carlson. 2,676,185. 
Carlson, Gustiiv A., to The Boye Needle Co. 2,687,630, 

CI. GO — 117. 
Carlson. Harold A. : See — 

Nlemeyer, Edward \V., and Carlson. 2,678,227. 
Carlson, Harold A., and J. T. W. Moseley, to Carter Car- 
buretor Corp. 2.692,766. CI. 261—72. 
Carlson, Harold B. 2,084.622, CI. 98—88. 
Carlson. Harold C. R.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Apparatus for 

testing springs. 2.670.628. Mar. 2. 
Carlson, Herman H., to Gardner Wood Products, Inc. 

2,688,756, CI. 5—99. 
Carlson, Hugo H.. Red Wing. Minn. Tool for corrugating 

finger holes in bowling balls. 2.071.381. Mar. 9. 
Carlson. John A., assignor to Lever Brothers Company. 

2.078.325. CI. 200 — 424. 
Carlson. John I., to Carlson Tool & Machine Co. 2,089,152, 

CI. 300—3. 
Carlson, Julius. 2,676,325, CI. 2 — 172. 
Carlson. Lewis J. : See — 

Bock. Louis H., and Carlson. 2.094.731. 
Carlson, Norris W.. Dnyton. Ohio. Quick-release cargo con- 
tainer. 2.668,732, Feb. 9. 
Carlson, Reuben C, to Admiral Corp. 2,682,411, CI. 

274—10 
Carlson, Reuben C, to Admiral Corp. 2,082,412, CI. 

274 — 10. 
Carlson. Richard F., Weymouth. Mass. Golf tee. 2,668,710, 

Feb. 9. 
Carlson, Robert C. assignor to Emery Carpenter Container 

Compan.v. 2.678.764. CI. 226 — 129. 
Carlson. Theodore F. 2.689,750. CI. 287 — 93. 
Carlson Tool & Machine Co. : See — 
Carlson, John I. 2,689.152. 

Carlson. Vernon E.. to Aircraft Marine Products Inc. 

2.681.4.'?n. CI. 339 — 213. 
Carlson. Wilbur L., to General Motors Corp. 2,688,793, 

CI. 29—155.54. 
Carlsson, Gust R., and E. Pick, assignors to The Permntit 

Company. 2.0S0.714. CI. 210 — 24. 
Carlstedt. Rven B. F. 2.084,921. CI. 134 — 34. 
Carlston. Earl F.. and F. G. Lum, to California Research 

Corp. 2.097.723. CI. 260 — 525. 
Carlston. Ruth, Fresno, Calif. Combination horizontal and 

vertical electric and steam iron. 2,608.431. Feb. 9. 
Carlstrom. Thure H.. Hempstead. N. Y, assignor to Syl- 

vania Electric Products Inc. Filament tensioning means 

for electron discharge devices. 2,072,570, Mar. 16. 
Carlton. Stuart S. : See — 

Sibert, Merle E., and Carlton. 2,081.849. 
Sibert, Merle E., and Carlton. 2.081,850. 
Sibert. Merle E.. and Carlton. 2.681.851. 
Carlton. William C.. Hornchurch. England. 



for manufacturing 
Feb. 2. 



plastic shuttlecocks. 



Apparatus 
2,667,062, 



Carlucci, Herbert J., assignor to Armstrong Cork Com- 
pany. 2.080.586. CI. 248 — 120. 

Carlyle. Donald E. : See — 

Jackson. Theodore F. 2.088.893. 

Carman. Glenn B., to The De Vilbiss Co. 2,095,535, CI. 
77—32.3. 

Carman. Justice N.. Jr. : See — 

Xorth. Harper Q., and Carman. 2,694,168. 

Carmichael. Ben W. : See — 

Elliott. Thomas A., Allen, and Carmichael. 2,074.374. 

Carmichael, Hugh, and P. G. Salmon, assignors to National 
Research Council. 2,077.773, CI. 250 — 83.3. 

Carmichael. James T., assignor to The Brewster Com- 
pany. Shreveport. La. Drilling hook bill safety latch. 
2.660.244. Jan. 19. 

Carmichael, Thomas F., Plymouth, Mich. High power 
factor current limiter. 2,665.406, Jan. 5. 

Camahan. Orson A.. Syracuse. N. Y. Balanced valve 
structure. 2,671.469, Mar. 9. 

Carnahan. Robert E., assignor to Chas. Pfizer & Co.. Inc. 
2,678.312. CI. 260—256.6. 

Came, Gerald G., assignor to Radio Corporation of Ameri- 
ca. 2.677,071. CT. 313—218. 

Carne. Nelson T.. to The National Cash Register Co. 
2,681,730. CI. 206 — 83. 

Carnegie, Herbert S., and H. Dolan, to The English Elec- 
tric Co. Ltd. 2,683,846, CI. 318 — 229. 

Garner. .Tames F. 2.085.255. CI. 103 — -120. 

Carnes. Earl. 2.674,818, CI. 37 — 145. 

Carnes. Flora M., executrix : See — 

Thomas, Charles C, and Carnes. 2,683,935. 

Carnes. Herbert W. : See — 

Thomas. Charles C and Carnes. 2,683,935. 

Carney, Edward F.. Cleveland, Ohio. Christmas tree 
stand. 2,671,624. Mar. 9. 

Carney, Fletcher B., Mountain Brook, Ala. Lift frame 
for agricultural implements. 2.667,112, Jan. 26. 

Carney, Fletcher B. 2,679,791, CI. 97 — 47.37. 

Carney, Fred J., assignor to Bury Compressor Company, 
Erie, Pa. Piston. 2.666,678, Jan. 19. 



Carney, Samuel C, Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Method of and apparatus for liq- 
uid-liquid contacting. 2.668.750, Feb. 9. 

Carney, Samuel C, Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phil- 
lips Petroleum Company. Apparatus for liquid-liquid 
contacting. 2.672,406, Mar. 16. 

Carney, Walter J. 2,674,940, CI. 101—128.2. 

Carniol, Bohdan, assignor to Tesia slaboproude a radio- 
technicke zavody, narodni podnik. Prague, Czechoslo- 
vakia. Frequency generator with phase shifter. 
2,006,851, Jan. 19. 

Carnoy Products Corporation, assignee : See — 
Seaberg, Ernest E. 2.680,540. 

Carol, Mary : See — 

Leonard, Nita. and Carol. 2.690,180. 

Caroland, Horace G. 2,091,309, CI. 74 — 545. 

Carolus. .laint's B. : Sec — 

Nichols, Clark, and Carolus. 2.092,342. 

Carolus, James B., to Leeds and Northrup Co. 2,688,728, 
CI. 324 — 73. 

Caron, John B. R., C. Wies, and E. B. Glendenning, to 
Shell Development Co. 2,684,292, CI. 44 — 68. 

Caroselli, Nestor E. : See- 
Howard, Frank L., Caroselli, and Peldman. 2.677,636. 

Caroselli, Remus F., and R. K. Gagnon. to Owens-Corning 
Fiberglas Corp. 2.680.737, CI. 117 — 54. 

Carothers, William D. : See — 

Snyder, Clifford H., Lamm, Carothers, and McCarthy. 
2.094.562. 

Carothers, William F., and J. M. Clark, to Houston Engi- 
neers. Inc. 2,694,451, CI. 166 — 120. 

Carpenter, Cecil H. : See — - 

Carpenter, De Witt E. 2,695.760. 

Carpenter, De Witt E. and C. H., and Snitgen. 
2.695,761. 

Carpenter, Clifford Le Roy : See — 

Andrew-s, Herbert W., Carpenter, and Houlton. 

Carpenter, De Witt E.. % to C. H. Carpenter. 2,695,760, 
CI. 248—96. 

Carpenter, De Witt E. and C. H., and T. Snitgen ; said 
Snitgen assor. to said D. E. and C. H. Carpenter. 
2,695.761, CI. 248—96. 

Carpenter, Erwin L.. assignor to American Cyanamid 
Company. 2,676,977, CI. 260 — 465.9. 

Carpenter, Erwin L., to American Cyanamid Co. 2,690,452, 
CI. 200—465.9. 

Carpenter, Erwin L., and J. S. Mackay, to American 
Cyanamid Co. 2,688,632, CI. 260 — 465.3. 

Carpenter, Floyd. 2,679.952, CI. 222—142.4. 

Carpenter. Floyd R., to Kaiser Aluminum & Chemical Corp. 
2,697,769. CI. 219—6. 

Carpenter. Frank G., and V. R. Deitz, to the United States 
of America as represented by the Secretary of Commerce. 
2.693.706. CI. 73^32. 

Carpenter, Frank W., Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to 
General Mills, Inc. Flatiron cord connection. 2,666,125, 
Jan. 12. 

Carpenter. Fred A. 2.692.095, CI. 244 — 50. 

Carpenter, John H. : See — 

Wiegman. Clarence H., King, Carpenter, and Aidrich. 
2,678.037. 

Carpenter, Jolin S. : See — 

Simenson. Louis O., Carpenter, and Greenwood. 
2,081,737. 

Carpenter, Joseph E., Greenwich, Conn., assignor to 
American Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Con- 
densation products of higher fatty acids polyalkylene 
polyamines and organic halides. 2,008,160, Feb. 2. 

Carpenter, Marshall M., Jr., Princeton, N. J., assignor 
to Radio Corporation of America. Frequency syn- 
chronizing apparatus. 2,666,136, Jan. 12. 

Carpenter, Otis R., to The Babcock & Wilcox Co. 2,697,770, 
Q] 219 8 

Carpenter, Otis R.. and J. C. Fesler, to The Babcock & 
Wilcox Co. 2,684.426. CI. 219—8. 

Carpenter. Paul G., Bartlesville. Okla.. assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Hydrogen peroxide drilling tool. 
2.673.009. Mar. 23. 

Carpenter, Paul 6., assignor to Phillips Petroleum Com- 
pany. 2,079,157, CI. 73 — 59. 

Carpenter, Paul G., assignor to Phillips Petroleum Com- 
pany. 2.680,486, Cl. 166—1. 

Carpenter. Paul G.. assignor to Phillips Petroleum Com- 
pany. 2,680.487, Cl. 166 — 1. 

Carpenter, Paul G.. to Phillips Petroleum Co. 2.694,923, 
Cl. 73—23. 

Carpenter, Raymond D.. and T. M. Kelley, Santa Cruz, 
Calif. Auto racer game. 2.671,662, Mar. 9. 

Carpenter, Robert J. 2.675.035, Cl. 144 — 208. 

Carpenter, Tracy L. 2,098,374, Cl. 219 — 38. 

Carpenter. Victor H., Boston, Mass. Teeth protector. 
2.669.988. Feb. 23. 

Carpenter, Warren W., Garden City, assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated. New York. N. Y. Rec- 
ord controlled reproducing system. 2.669,304. Feb. 16. 

Carpenter. Warren W.. and R. E. Collis, to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories, Inc. 2.688,658, Cl. 179 — 7.1. 

Carpentier, Melbourne L., and W. E. Drinkard, to Chrysler 
Corp. 2.686.506. Cl. 123—52. 

Carper, Earl R. 2.082,460, Cl. 51 — 307. 

Carpezzi. Leo J. 2,674,465. Cl. 280 — 96.2. 

Carpinella, Michael J. : See — 

Fenton, Paul E., and Carpinella. 



86 



INDEX OK PATENTS, 1954 



to ScovlU Mfg. Co. 2,083,908, 
to ScoviU Mfg. Co. 2,688,785, CI. 



Carplnella, Michael J. 

CI. 24—108. 
Cniplnelln, Michael J., 

24 — 218. 
Carr, Adams & Collier Co. : Sec — 

Norman, Wayne A., and Sitterly. 2,088,52.3. 
Carr, Doiiuld E., assiRnor to I'liillips Petroleum Company. 

2,077,930, CI. 60—35.0. 
Carr, Edward L., and G. E. I'. Smith, Jr., assignors to 

The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, Aljron, Ohio. 

Vulcanization of rubber. 2,060,04."}, Jan. 12. 
("arr, Kdw.ird \V.. to Crane Co. 2,093,825, CI. 137 — 030.15. 
Carr, Edward W., and R. F. Daehler, assignors to Crane 

Co. 2,076,607, CI. 137—301. 
Carr. Gordon B., to Selby Shoe Co. 2,694,131, CI. 

Carr. Harry, V> to C. D. Murdocli, and V> to J. Delamater. 
2,690,802, CI. 223 — 75. 

Carr, Hugh R., Cranford, a.ssignor to Engineering Equip- 
ment Distributors, Inc., Kenilworth, N. J. Water soft- 
ening apparatus. 2,660,031. Jan. 12. 

Carr, James P., Lansing, Mich., assignor to Food Ma- 
chinery and Chemical Corporation, San Jose, Calif. 
Mirror and light beam apparatus for checl;ing wheel 
alignment characteristics with correction for run-out. 
2,667,805, Feb. 2. 

Carr, Kelly B. : See — 

Rood. Ashton B., and Carr. 

Carr, Robert S., assignor to Airtron, Inc. 
113—35. 

Robert S., to Airtron, Inc. 2,680,487 
Robert S.. to Airtron, Inc. 2,096,834', 



CI. 

Carr, 
Carr, 
Carr, 



2,675,773, 



CI. 

CI. 



11.3- 
138- 



-35. 
-56. 



Anderson, to Airtron. Inc. 



Robert S., and T. N 

2,098,353, Cl. 174 — 24. 

Carr, William P., to The De Vilbiss Co. 2,086,696, Cl. 
29Q <^(^ 

Carr, William P. 2,089,387 Cl. 20-50.5. 
Carragher, Frank J. : Sec — 

Kelly, Joseph L., and Carragher. 2,086,695. 
Carrara, Gino, assignor to Lepetlt S. A. 2,075,405, Cl. 

260—501. 
Carrara, Gino. to Lepetit S. A. 2,695,309, Cl. 260 — 490. 
Carrara, Gino, and V. D'Amato, to Lepetit S. p. A. 

2.094,710. Cl. 200 — 251.5. 
Carricl^: Products Co. : See — 

Nash. Albert E. 2,691.330. 
Carrier Conveyor Corp. : See — 

Carrier, Robert M., Jr.. and Whitley. 2,690,835. 
Carrier Corp. : iSce — 

Ashley, Carlyle M. 2.678,547. 

Ashley, Carlyle M. 2,679,733. 

Brown, Seymour W., and Tate. 2,683,408. 

Gertpis. Karl AI. 

Gold, David H. 

McGrath, William L. 

McGrath, William L. 

McGrafli, William L. 

McGrath, William L. 

McGrath, William L. 

Carrier, Robert M.. Jr.. 



2,679,142. 

2 HS1 1.S2 

2,695,773. 
, and Swart 
, and M. G. 
Conveyor Corp. 2,690.835, Cl. 198 — 



. 2,675,683. 
Whitley, to 
220. 



Carrier 



Potter, Harley O.. and Carrigan. 
Carrillo, Juan A. E., Mexico City, Mexico. Toothbrush 

case. 2,073,641. Mar. 30. 
Carris, Henry M. 2,689,097, Cl. 242 — 118 
Carris. James M., and C. L. Crane, La Habra, Calif., 

assignors, by mesne assignments, to said J. M. Carris. 

Machine for forming and preparing bodies of candy for 

wrapping. 2.667,847, Feb. 2. 
Carroll. Alice M. : See — 

Carroll, Walter P. 2,694,028. 
Carroll. Burt H., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 

Rochester. N. Y. Quaternary salts in mixed grain 

photographic emulsions. 2,073,149 Mar 23 
Carroll. Burt H., to Eastman Kodak Co. 2,694,638, 

PI. 95 — 7. 

Carroll, Burt H., and W. O. Kenyon, assignors to Eastman 

Kodak Company. 2,675,316. Cl. 95 — 8. 
Carroll. Hurt H.. and J. E. Jones, to Eastman Kodak Co. 

2,088, .545, Cl. 9.5 — 7. 
Carroll, Ellsworth W.. to S & W Fine Foods, Inc. 

2,687,206, Cl. 198-33. 
Carroll, Fred M.. to International Business Machines 

Corp. 2.687,090, Cl. 101 — 227. 
Carroll, Frederick C, to Toledo Scale Co. 2,698,216, Cl. 

346 — 10. 

Carroll, Glenn H. 2,695,667, Cl. 164 — 73. 

Carroll. Richard H.. and D. J Spadaro, to 
Stearns Inc. 2,685,553. Cl 107 — 82 

Carroll. Thomas, to Massey-Harris Co. Ltd. 
Cl. 198—174. 

Carroll. Walter P., deceased (A. M. Carroll 
to Xatinnal Lead Co. 2.094,628, Cl. 7.5 — 160. 

Carroll, Walter W., Anderson, Ind. Clamp. 
Mar. 23. 

Carruthers, Eben H., Warrenton. Oreg. Machine for pack- 
ing a r>redetermincd weight of bulk product. 2,009,378, 
Feb. 10. 

Carruthers, Maurice B., assignor to Armco Steel Corpora- 
tion, Jliddletown, Ohio. Chromium steel, process, and 
articles. 2.673.106. Mar. 23. 

Carry, Alexander L,. 2,080,640, Cl. 292—228. 



Winthrop- 
2,696,290, 

executrix), 
2,672,790, 



Carson, Clarence M., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company. 2,070,943, Cl. 
260—31.8. 
Car.son. Clarence -M., Cuyahoga Falls, and J. E. Snyder, 
Akron, Ohio, assignors, by mesne assignments, to The 
Goodyear Tire; & Rubber Company. Package for liquids. 
2,609,351. Feb. 10. 
Carson, Elsie K. 2,094,201, Cl. 2 — 75. 
Carson, Hiram J. 2,084,054, Cl. 122 — 17. 
Carson, Howard : See — 

Geyer, Howard M., and Carson. 2,678,181. 
Carson, John T. : Sec — 

Wooden. Cornelius B. 2.094,588. 
Carson, Nathan B., and C. W. Banks, to William Cooper & 

Nephews, Inc. 2,685,793, Cl. 73 — 53. 
Carson. Paul A., to General Electric Co.. patent dedicated 
to the public insofar as it relates to lamps and lamp 
parts. 2.092,374, Cl. 3.39—99. 
Carson, Paul A., to General Electric. Co.. patent dedicated 
to the public insofar as it relates to lamn.s and lamp 
parts. 2,092,375. Cl. 339—99. 
Carson, Robert K. 2,074,280, Cl. 145 — 04. 
Carson, Russell M., assignor to R. M. Carson and E. Hohl, 

trustees. 2,679,253, Cl. 134 — 104. 
Carson, Stanley R., to General Motors Corp. 2.683,928. 

(^j 29 523 

Caisou, Waliuce J. 2,080,330. Cl. 46 — 222. 
Carstensen, Clarence F. 2,692,597, Cl. 128 — 283. 
Carstensen, Jens T. : See — 

Weidenheimer, Joseph F., and Carstensen. 2,695,860, 
Cart, Francis G., to Atlantic Products Corp. 2.684,135, 

Cl. 190 — 41. 
Carter, Alfred D. S. : See — 

Davidson. Ivor M., and Carter. 
Carter, Alfred D. S., to Power Jets (Research and Develop- 
ment) Ltd. 2,093.905. Cl. 230 — 122. 
Carter, Andrew G., Grand Rapids, Mich. Wheel assembly. 

2,673,469. Mar. 30. 
Carter, Arthur F. : See — 

Russell, Alexander. Hopton. and Carter. 
Carter Carburetor Corp. : See — 
Boyce, Leonard D. 
Boyce, Leonard D. 2,684,058. 
Brown, Morris C, and Highley. 2.675,792. 
Carlson^ Harold A., and Moseley. 2,692.700. 
Cloedy, Frederick W., and Beuer. 2.687,260. 
Eberhardt, James E. 
Eickmann, Olin J. 2,075,216. 
Eickmann. Olin J. 2.681.214. 
Ericson, George R. 2.689.533. 
Ericson, George R., and Coffey. 
Gordon. Dwight M. 2.081.213. 
Gordon, Dwight M., and Elfes. 2.694,559. 
Niemeyer, Edward W., and Carlson. 2,678,227. 
Rubin, Adolph J. 
Schweiss, Joseph. 2,674,986. 
Smith, Barclay F. 2,091,558. 
Carter, Carnie M., 51% to M. T. Gossett. 2,693,930, Cl. 

251 — 44. 
Carter, Chester C. 2.080.981 . Cl. 81—44. 
Carter, Clarence F. 2,087,145, Cl. 137 — 599. 
Carter, Clarence F. 2,687,271, Cl. 249—3. 
Carter, Edward H., and L. E. Sartain, to Eastman Kodak 

Co. 2,682,500, Cl. 260—603. 
Carter, Elbert P., assignor, bv mesne assignments, to E. G. 

Martin. 2,674,729, Cl. 340 — 200. 
Carter, Emmett F., to Sylvania Electric Products Inc. 

2,698.385, Cl. 250—36. 
Carter. George H. : See — 

Wilkinson, Horace A.. Harris, and Carter. 2.690.291. 
Carter, Harry B., 49% to J. W. Kokernot. 2.685,733, 

Cl. 30—57. 
Carter, Henry E. 2,686.980, Cl. 35 — ^^53. 
Carter. Howard F.. assignor to General Electric Company. 

2,679,015. Cl. 310—93. 
Carter, J. C, Co., The : See — 

Carter, James C. 2,678.066. 
Carter, James C. 2.692.609. 
Carter, James C, assignor to The J. C. Carter Company. 
2.678,006, Cl. 138 — 45. 



Carter. James C 
CI. 137—235. 

Carter, James M. 
Scott, Henry 

Carter. James M.. 
as represented 
Commission. 

Carter, John E. 



to The J. C. Carter Co. 2,692.609, 

See — 
L., Hyatt, and Carter. 2. 688. 546. 
assignor to the United States of America 
bv the United States Atomic Energy 
2.077.592. Cl. 2.3—14.5. 
2,678,470, Cl. 20 — 4. 
Carter, Leslie F., to The Sperry Corp. 2,682.115, Cl. 

33—226. 
Carter, Leslie F., to The Sperry Corp. 2.692.441. Cl. 33 — 

226. 
Carter, Mary H.. executrix : See — 

Carter, "Raymond S., and Kimmich. 2,682.293. 
Carter, Mitchell. 2,680,140, Cl. 200 — 723. 
Carter, Norman C. : See — 

Cromeans. John S., and Carter. 2.696.495. 
Carter Parts Company, assignee : See — 

Ellithorpe, Gilbert S. 
Carter. Phyllis J., assignor to Atlas Powder Company. 

2,674.534. Cl. 99-100. 
Carter Products, Inc.: Src-- 

McBean, Douglas M. 2,684.805-6. 
McBean. Douglas M.. and De Costa. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



87 



Carter, Ralph B., Company, assignee : See — 

Carter, Ralph B., Jr. 
Carter, Ralph B., Jr., Maywood, assignor to Ralph B. Car- 
ter Company, Hackensack, X. J. FloccuUition mecha- 
nism. 2,fi6,">,24S. Jan. 5. 
Carter. Kj\lph H., to North American Raven Corp. 

2.(581.486, CI. 24 — 3S. 
Carter. Raymond S., deceased, by M. H. Carter, executrix. 

and E. G. Kimmich, to The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. 

2,082.293, CI. l,-)4 1. 

Carter. KeiTinaM II. 2.(i92,,-?2a. CI. 240—8.10. 

Carter, Richard H., to Fostorla Pressed Steel Corp. 

2,688,418, CI. 220 — 1. 
Carter. Samuel C. 2.69".366. 01. 74 — 711. 
Carter, Sidney T.. Worcester. Mass., assignor to Geo. J. 

Meyer Manufacturing Co., Cudahy, Wis. Multiple-wiper 

mechanism for labeling machines. 2,065.025, Jan. 5. 
Carter. Sidney T., Worcester, Mass., assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Geo. J. Meyer Manufacturing Co., 

Cudahy. Wis. Tumbler feed for labeling machines. 

2.670.S.SS, Mar. 2. 
Carter. Sidnev T.. to Geo. J. Jlever Mfg. Co. 2,690.251, 

CI. 198—30. 
Carter Wilkinson Ltd. : See — 

Wilkinson. Horace A., TTarris. and Carter. 2.696.291. 
Carter, William A., and P. Wythe, assignors to North 

American Aviation. Inc. 2,679.770. CI. 77 — 25. 
Carter. WiHiam. Comp:iny. The. assignee : Sec — - 

Bailey. Perkins H. 
Cartinhour. John W., Baldwin, assignor to Foster Wheeler 

Corporation. New York, N. Y. Electric air heater. 

Re. 23.795. M.Tr. 2. 
Cartlidge. FVank. assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 

Companr. Chicago. 111. Drive mechanism for tractor 

treads. 2.667,938. Feb. 2. 
Cartlidge, Frank, assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 

Company, Chicago. 111. Combined cutting and loading 

machine. 2,668,039. Feb. 2, 
Cartlidge. Frank, assicnor to Goodman Manufacturing 

Company. Chicago. III. Drum mounted cutter bit and 

breaker for mining machines. 2.670.190. Feb. 23. 
Cartlidge. Frank, assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 

Company. 2.674.364.^ CI. 198 — 96. 
Cartlidge. Frank, assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 

Companv. 2.677.537. CI. 262 — 13. 
Cartlidge. Frank, to Goodman Mfg. Co. 2.689,720 CI. 

202 29. 

Cartlidge. Frank, to Goodman Mfg. Co. 2,695.693, CI. 

192—54. 
Carton. Jean. 2,680.224. CI. 321 — 1.5. 
Cartter. William G.. to Affiliated Gas Equipment, Inc. 

2,682,867, CT. 126 — 116. 
Cartwright. Charles H. : See — 

Cartwright. Lena G.. W. C. and C. H. 2.094.813. 
Cartwright, Horace A. 2.683,062, CI. 299 — 139. 
Cartwright. Lena G., W. C, and C. H. 2,694,813. 

4 — 185. 

Cartwright. 

Cartwright 



CI. 



Victor H. 
William C. 



Cartwrisrht. Lena G.. T\ 
Caruso, Mario, Maplewood, 

tories, Newark. N. J. 

2,665,791, Jan. 12. 
Caruthers. Xeal M. : See — 

Cain. Donald G.. Goddin 
Caruthers, Prosper C and 

Kearney Corp. 2.693.086. 
Caruthers. Robert S 

2.695.332. CI. 179 



2.684,772. 
See- 



CI. 214—655. 



C, and C. H. 2.694.813. 
assignor to C-Eight Labora- 
Combination coin control. 



and Carutiiers. 

O. F. Tallman, to James R. 
CI. 61—73. 
to Bell Telephone Laboratories. Inc. 
15. 

Caruthers. Robert S.. and E. K. Van Tassel, to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Inc. 2.695.927. CI. 179 — 15. 
Carvallo. Pierre. 2.695.555. CI. 99 — 302. 
Carvell, Edward B. 2.681,638. CI. 119 — 29. 
Carver, John A., to Standard Oil Development Co. 

2,686,110. CI. 23—285. 
Carver. Richard N. : See — 

Lohr. Raymond J.. Carver, and Dobkowski. 2.697.300. 
Carville. Theodore E. M., and R. W. Esarev. to Westins- 

house Electric Corp. 2.683,824, CI. 310 — 72. 
Carwell. Richard D. : See — 

Moos. Gilbert E., and Clemmer. and Carwell. 
2,697.022. 
Gary, Beecher B., to Haves Industries. 

242 124. 

Cary. Beecher B 

230—117. 
Cary, Francis H 
dustries. Inc. 
16. 
Cary. Lucius F.. .Tr. 2.090.155. CI. 
Casablancas High Draft Co. Ltd. : 
Noguera, Joseph. 2. 683. 290. 
Noguera, Joseph. 2.686,938. 
Noguera, Joseph. 2.696.026. 
Casabona. Anthnnv JI.. to International Telephone 

Telegraph Corp. 2.685.688, CI. 343 — 108. 
Casa-Massa. Mario. New York, N. Y. Differential mecha 

nism, 2.660.343. Jan. 19. 
Casamento. Joseph R. : See — 

Leopold, Rudolf, and Casamento. 
Casas Robert, Ramon, and P. Renck, to Mefina S. A 
2,682,845, 01. 112—158. 



to Hayes Industries. 



2,083,573, CI. 
2.690,294. CI. 



Warwick, R. I., assignor to B-I-F In- 
Telemetric apparatus. 2,672.600, Mar. 



116—118. 
See — 



and 



See- 
2,082,719, 
2,08(),984. 
2.692.938. 
2,005,957. 
A, 



Co. 



Cascades Plywood Corp, : See — 

Uschmann, Curt. 2,688,393. 
Casco I'roducts Corp. ; 
Cone, Joseph II. 
Cone, Joseph 11. 
Cone, Joseph 11. 
Cone, Joseph II. 
Johnson, Ariluir 
Johnson. ArlliurA. 2,084,507. 
Lehmann, Herbert G. 
Pistev, George J. 2,680,378. 
Thibault, Joseph O. 2,678,794. 
Thibault, Joseph O. 2,079,704. 
Youhouse, Joseph. 2,075,445. 
Youhouse. Joseph. 2,081,4U(i. 
Case, Calvin C, to The Johnson Gage Development 

2,690,075. CI. 33—178. 
Case, J C 2,696,225, 01. 139—352. 
Case, J. I., Co. : See — 

Aber, Homer B., and Krause. 2,675,809, 
Beck, Henry E. 2,094.281. 
Dwyer. William J. 
Hamilton, Matthew E. 
Hansen. Charles W. 2.690,042. 
Heth, Sherman C. 2,681,542. 
2,089.442. 
2.093.393. 
2.096,089. 

Krause, and Tallman. 2,681,537. 
and Wiltsey. 2,678,239. 
2.094.3] 9. 
2,093.748. 
, and Hawse. 2,679,203. 



Heth, Slu'riiiau C. 
Heth, Sherman C. 
Heth, Sherm.-m C. 
Heth, Sherman C, 
Heth, Sherman C, 
Johnson. Axel H. 
Kiser. Clifford O. 
Kiser, Clifford O., 



2,095,485. 



Krause. Norman R., and Heth. 
Magee, Kenneth L. 2,089.443. 
Magee, Kenneth L. 2,695,504. 
Markel. John M. 

Morrissey. Patrick W. 2.089,445. 
Omon. Gene L., and Hobnl. 
Russell. Stanley D. 
Russell, Stanley D. 2,674.839. 
Russell. Stanley D. 2,696.391. 
Rutter. Donald E. 2.095.733. 
Schill, Bernard J. 2,678,708. 
Schroeppel. Paul R. 2.684.504, 
Schroeppel. Paul R. 2,689.440. 
Seeburger, Frederic E. 2,681,813. 
Smith, Carlisle F. 2.086,999. 
Case, James W. 2,682,858, 01. 116—114. 
Case, Ralph N. 2,696,392. CI. 280 — 513. 
Case, Richard Y., to United States Rubber Co. 2,686,377, 

CI. 38 — 11. 
Casey, Carl, assignee : See — 

Poole. Foster M., and Paslay. 
Casey. Robert F.. to Allen B. Du Mont Laboratories, Inc. 

2,691,101, CI. 250—27. 
Casey. Robert F.. to Allen B. Du Mont Laboratories, Inc. 

2,695.955, 01. 250—27. 
Casey, Robert T.. Bristol. Conn., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to General Electric Company. Thermomag- 
netic electric relav. 2.673.203. Mar. 23. 
Casey, Robert T., to General Electric Co. 2,688,675, 01. 

200—110. 
Casey. William J.. III. assignor to American Steel Found- 
ries. 2,080,498, CI. 18,8— .59. 

to American Steel Foundries. 



to American Steel Foundries, 
to American Steel Foundries, 
to American Steel Foundries. 



Casey, William J., III., 

2.685,943, 01. 188—56. 
Casev. William J.. III. 

2,090.237. CI. 188 — 59. 
Casev. William J.. III. 

2.690,242. CI. 1SR — 210. 
Casev. William J., Ill, 

2.697,498. CI. 188—206. 
Cashman. Edward P. : See — 

Corcoran. Ethel J., and Cashman. 2,690,445. 
Dean. Raymond M., Cashman, and Thomas. 
2,088.043. 
Caskie. William A., to the United States of America as 

represented by the Secretary of the Army. 2,685,353, 

CI. 189 — 26. 
Caskin, Norman H., Marietta, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 

Goodrich Company, New York. N. Y. Heat-sealing ap- 
paratus for joining thermoplastic members. 2,665,738, 

Jan. 12. 
Casler, John A., H. O. Smith, L. F. Coleman, and M. Leven- 

son. to the United States of America as represented by 

the United States Atomic Energy Commission. 

2.693.705. 01. 73—421. 
Cason. James, Jr., to the United States of America as 

represented bv the Secretary of the Navy. 2,686,804, 

01, 260 — 467," 
Caspar, Frank A., assignor to Pak Parachute Company 

Limited. Redruth, England. Elastic surgical stocking. 

2,672,139. Mar. 16. 
Caspar. Heinz : See — 

Wuensch, Guido, Ziegler. and Caspar. 
Casper. Lee A. 2.691.777, 01, 1—2. 
Cass, William C, Tyler, Tex. Ball and 

hitch with means to conduct current 

2.673.965, Mar. 30. 
Cass, William E., to General Electric Co. 

260 — 15.4. 
Cass, William E., to General Electric Co. 

260 — 45.4. 



socket trailer 
therethrough. 

2,683,131, 01. 

2,691,007. 01. 



88 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Cass6, Marcol. 2,679,085, CI. 28 — 5. 
Cassd Marcel. 2,083,299, CI. 28—0. 
Cassella Farbwerke Mainkur Aktlengesellschaft : See — 

Persch, Walter, and Schmidt. 2,087,416. 
Casseliiian, Uobert C. : Sec — 

Land, Kdwln H.. and Casselman. 2,692,075. 
Casselman, Robert C, and V. K. Eloranta, to Polaroid 

Corp. 2,697.961. CI. 88—24. 
Casselnian, William C, Erskine, Minn. Device for spin- 
ning fish decoys. 2,665,591, Jan. 12. 
Cassidy, John D.. Riverside, Conn., and J. D. Marks, 
West Orange, N. J., assignors to Universal Camera 
Corporation. New York, N. Y. Film cassette. 2,673,500, 
Mar, 30. 
Cassidy, Robert J., Birmingham, assignor to General Mo- 
tors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Burner safety control 
system. 2,672,188, Mar. 16. 
Cassidy, Thomas F., Jr. : See — 

Gallagher, Ray J., and Cassidy. 2,687,793. 
Cassie, John, assignor to Westinghouse Electric Corpora- 
tion. 2.674,402, CI. 230 — 114. 
Casson, Ernest H. : See — 

Katz, Ernest. 2,681,714. 
Cast Optics Corporation, assignee : See — 

Beattie, John O. 
Castanoli, Alder F., Huntington, and D. F. Parker, Charles- 
ton, W. Va. Coal boring unit. 2,669,441, Feb. 16. 
Castedello, William : See — 

Schwartz, Morris, and Castedello. 
Schwarz, Morris, and Castedello. 2,677,998. 
Castel, Maurice : See — 

Levy-Hawes, Felix, and Castel. 
Castelfranco, James : See — 

Sanz, Manuel C, and Castelfranco. 2,676,773. 
Castell, Gail A. 2,692,638. CI. 155 — 112. 
Castellani. Aldo. 2.695,257, CI. 154—128. 
Castelli, Charles : See — 

Baldanza, Nicholas T., and Castelli. 2,682,196. 

Castelli, Etienne, to Society k Responsabilitfi Limitfie dite : 
Arlux. 2,697,212, CI. 339 — 111. 

Castello, Anthony M. 2,677,517, CI. 248 — 124. 

Caster, Irving. 2,685,402, CI. 229 — 52. 

Castera, George : See — 

Juhnke, Roy E., and Castera. 2,677,876. 

Casterline, Lester. 2,680,801, CI. 219 — 29. 

Castiglia, Biagls, assignor to Wheel Aligning Necessities, 
Inc. 2,674,873, CI. 73—65. 

Castle. Carl H. : See — 

Balz, William G., and Castle. 2,684.562. 

Castle, Eli N., to The Gardner Board and Carton Co. 
Re. 23,871, Gl. 220—115. 

Castlen. Robert C, West Palm Beach, Fla. Visible liquid 
level indicating nonspill vent mechanisms. 2,668,185, 
Feb. 2. 

Castner, George P., Webster City. Iowa, assignor of 
forty-nine per cent to Douglas O. Baird, Skokie, 111., and 
fifty-one per cent to Speed-Flex, Inc. Clothes-washing 
and squeeze-dry machine. 2,667,054, Jan. 26. 

Castner, George P., assignor to Speed-Flex, Inc. 2,677,260, 
CI. 68—131. 

Caston, Ralph H., and L. W. Zabel., assignors to Inter- 
national Cellucotton Products Company. 2,675,916, 
CI. 209—74. 

Castongay, Joseph A. H. 2,684,451, CI. 313—146. 

Castor, Thomas D., and C. J. Leisy, Seattle, and W. A. 
Sangster, Mercer Island, assignors to Boeing Airplane 
Company, Seattle, Wash. Aircraft boom control and 
balancing mechanism. 2,670,913, Mar. 2. 

Castricone, John A., to Altorfer Bros Co. 2,695,147, CI. 
248—2. 

Caswell, Arthur S., assignor to I-T-E Circuit Breaker 
Company. 2,678,976, CI. 200 — 50. 

Catalano, Frank P. 2,683,293, CI. 20 — ^56.1. 

Catalano, Joseph. 2,677,470, CI. 211 — 133. 

Cataldi, Angelo, assignor of V2 to C. Herdman. 2,674,021, 
CI. 24—119. 

Cataldo, Anthony M., Ellwood City, Pa., assignor to United 
States Steel Corporation. Gauge for internal upsets. 
2,664,637, Jan. 5. 

Cataldo, John B., Bernardsville, N. J., assignor to John 
B. Pierce Foundation, New York, N. Y. Electrical fix- 
ture. 2.671,152. Mar. 2. 

Cataldo, John B., to John B. Pierce Foundation. 2,684,470. 
CI. 339—159. 

Catalin Corp. of America : See — 
Harris, Thomas G. 2,692,805. 

Caterpillar Tractor Co. : See— 
Deffenbaugh, John L. 
DelTenbaugh, John L. 2,674,504. 
Fleck, Kenneth J., and Kranc. 2,696,786. 
Gustafson, Carl A. 2,677.202. 
Middleton, Frank. 2,678,134. 

W^illiams, Russell C, Mogk, Cambron, and Lamport. 
2,678,703. 

Catford, Adrian L., Hampton, and R. H. D. Chamberlin, 
Baling, London, assignors to D. Napier & Son Limited, 
London, England. Control system for aircraft propul- 
sion power plants, including a reciprocating internal- 
combustion engine and an exhaust driven turbine. 
2,664.957, Jan. 5. 

Cathcart, Richard C, to National-Simplex-Bludworth, 
Inc. 2,685,026, CI. 250—27. 



2,692,588, CI. 



2,686,822. 
Inc. 2,685,252. 



Cathers, Robert J. : Bee — 

Cathers. Robert J. 2,692,588. 
Cathers, Robert J., '^ to H. J. Cathers. 

123—90. 
Caiaodeou Limited, assignee : See — • 

Goff, George 15. F. 
Catlin, John P. : See — 

Evans, Richard E., Darby, and Catlin 
Catlin, John P., to Remington Arms Co 

CI. 102 — 45. 

Catlin, Robert T., Stratford, assignor to Remington Arms 
Company, Inc., Bridgeport. Conn. Fire control for 
powder actuated tools. 2,009.716 Feb. 23. 
Catlin, Robert T., assignor to Remington Arms Company, 

Inc. 2,675,007, CI. 29—148. 
Catlin, Robert T., to Remington Arms Co., Inc. 2,692,383, 

CI. 1 — 44.5. 
Catlin, Robert T., and R. P. Kelly, assignors to Remington 

Arms Company, Inc. 2,675,546, CI. 1 — 44.5. 
Catlin, Willard B.j^assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
and Company, Wilmington, Del. Alkyl acrylate/N-hy- 
drocarbon-substituted acrylamide/unsaturated tertiary 
amino compound copolymers. 2,666,044, Jan. 12. 
Cato, James O., Sr. 2,684,045, C\. 115 — 24. 
Caton, Joseph D., assignor to Chrysler Corporation. 

2.680.475, CI. 155 — 179. 
Catron, Russell M. 2,683,948, CI. 42—72. 
Catry, Jean : See — 

Low, Robert N., and Catry. 
Catterall. William E., Elizabeth. N. J., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Extractive distillation. 
2,669.541. Feb. 16. 
Catterall, William E., Elizabeth, and S. C. Lane Roselle, 
N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. 
Alcohol synthesis. 2.609,589. Feb. 10. 
Cauchois, Jean, to Compagnie Generale de Telegraphie 

Sans Fil. 2,095,995, CI. 343—9. 
Caudill. Howard F., assignor to Western Foundation 

Corporation. 2,074,876, CI. 73—84. 
Caule, Elmer J. 2,683,030, CI. 265—70. 
Caulfield, Joseph R. : See — 

Auerbacher. George N.. and Caulfield. 2.690,121. 
Caulford, Donald A. : See — 

Phin, Sidney R., and Caulford. 2,681,743. 
Phin, Sidney R., and Caulford. 2,683,549. 
Caulk, Barrett R.. Jr. 2,681,443, CI. 340—253. 
Caulley, James F., assignee : See — 

Doschek, Antony. 
Causley, Arthur L., Detroit, assignor to Michigan Pow- 
dered Metal Products Company, Northville, Mich. Fluid- 
permeable article and making the same. 2,665,960, 
Jan. 12. 
Causlev, Arthur L.. to Michigan Powdered Metal Products 

Co., Inc. 2.695.231. CI. 75—208. 
Cavala, Anthony J. : See — 

Acker, Hobert W., Jr., Cavala, Fuess, and Schremer. 
2,693.033. 
Cavalle, Anthony B. : See — 

Wright, Wilbert H., and Cavalle. 2,696,663. 
Cavalli, Louis W. : See — 

Greenlaw, Harold, Cavalli, and Reyna. 

Reyna, Carl A., and Cavalli. 2,696,400. 

Cavallito. Chester J., to Sterling Drug Inc. 

260 — 434. 
Cavanagh, Alfred E. 2,693,051 
Cavanagh James A., assignee : 

McGill, Henry. 

Cavanagh, John F., to J. Moretti. 2,695,730, CI. 221—168. 
Cavanagh, Patrick E., to Ontario Research Foundation. 

2,686.118. CI. 75—211. 
Cavanaugh, Harry F. 2,690,728, CI. 115 — 42. 
Cavanaugh, James R. 2,695,448, CI. 30—34. 
Cavanaugh, John J. 2,678,135, CI. 211— 86. 
Cavanaugh, Martin J., Elmira, N. Y. Expanding fishhook. 

2,669,053, Feb. 16. 
Cavilli, Louis W., and C. A. Reyna, to Edlo Inc. 2,693,385. 

CI. 294 — 87.2. 
Cawl, Johannes : See — 

Cawl, Wilhelm. 2,678,827. 
Cawi, Wilhelm. 2,082,736. 

Cawi. W'ilhelm. 2,695,177. ^„^ ^ 

Cawi Wilhelm, assignor to J. Cawi. 2,678,827, CL 

279—56. 
Cawi, Wilhelm, to J. Cawl. 2,682,736, CI. 51—219. 
Cawi. Wilhelm. to J. Cawi. 2.095,177, CI. 279—00, 
Cawl, Allen P., assignor to General Electric Company. 

2,674,405, CI. 230—117. 
Cawley, John D., C. D. Robeson, and W. J. Humphlett, 
assignors to Eastman Kodak Company. 2,676,989, CI. 
260—598. 
Cawley, John D.. and M. H. Stern, assignors to Eastman 

Kodak Company. 2.680.749. CI. 260—345.5. 
Cawood, Eric E. C, : See — 

Anderton, Sidney B,, and Cawood, 
Cawood, Harry P., Topeka, Kans. Rotating reel type 

lawn mower. 2,665,539, Jan. 12. 
Cay6re, Paul : See — 

Picand, Roland, and Cay6re. 2,683,301. 

Ceci, Amanzio. 2,695,574, CI. 109 — 3. 

Cederquist, Karl N., assignor to Stora Kopparbergs 
Bergslags Akiebolag, Falun, Sweden. Dewatering ligno- 
cellulosic materials in the production of fuel, 2,668,099, 
Feb, 2. 



2,694,596. 
2,685.594, CI. 



, CI. 46—201. 
See — 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



89 



and Leyes. 2,679,001. 
ami Myles. 2,61)1,505. 
Jr., Horn, aiul Lizor. 2,684,580. 



W. 



Abramson, and Davis. 



2,681,036. 
2,681,292. 



2,689,253. 



2,685,497. 



2,692,420. 



Cee-Bee Mfj;. Co., Inc. : See — 

Loew, Theodore. 2,085,908. 
Cefas Akticngosellsohaft : i'tt — 

Klzkoni, Uuilolt'. 2,094,606. 
Cejka, Edward .M. : See— 

Allison, James \V., and Cejka. 
Celant'so Corp. of AiiUTica : .S( i 

Allen, Lyman H.. Jr. 2,078,000. 

Beunes, William J., 

Berardinelli, Frank, 

Cramer, William J. 

Culpepper, Frank M. 

Dennison, William 
2,689, 5S7. 

Denyes. Kussell O, 

Dice. Henry K. 2,678,905. 

Dolmetsch, Carl K. 2,089.192. 

Kwini;, Henry, and Blaekmore. 

Kwin:;. Henry, and Ulackmore. 

Fortess, Fred. 2,084,311. 

Fortess, Fred. 2,003.432. 

Fortess, Fred, and Bowen. 2,076,152. 

Fortess, Fred, and Hohing. 2,676,924. 

Fortess, Fred, Hohing., and Rio. 2,676,975. 

Fortess, Fred, and White. 2,089,817. 

Hayes, Reginald, and Goldberg. 2,680,347. 

Horback, William B.. Berardinelli, and I'nist. 

Horback. William B., and Moelter. 2,089,800. 

Humphreys. William P., Jr. 2,072,486. 

Jones, Edward T., Jr. 2.074.112. 

Jones, Wiltord D., and McFarlane. 

Lomartlre, John. 2,680,130. 

MacLean, Alexander F. 2,675,346. 

Mitchell. Robert L.. and Walker. 

Moos, Gilbert E., and Clemmer, and Carwell. 
2.097,022. 

Xistico, Frank, and Sprague. 2,694,311. 

Normand. Wilfred T. 2.696.421. 

Petersen. Svend A. 2,694,448. 

Plunguian, Mark. 

Prossen. Louis F. 

Roberts, Samuel B. 2,091.292. 

Robertson, Nat C, and Mitchell. 

Robertson. Nat C, and Walker. 

Ross, Stanley E., and Noether. 2,698,317. 

Roughsedge, Robert H., and Lustig. 2,674,110. 

Salvin, Victor S., and Adams. 2,687 941 

Salvin, Victor S., and Landau. 

Sammons, Charles W.. and Fisher. 

Schnizer. Arthur W. 

Skeist. Irving. 2,682,513. 

Speakman. John B., and Crummett. 

Stanton. Robert E. 2.080.470. 

Sutherland, Frederick F. 

Van Gorder, Norman, and Paist. 2,678,309. 

Van Gorder, Norman, and Paist. 2,678.330. 

White, Blanche B., and Barabash. 2,683,143. 
Celastic Corp., The : See — 

Quinlivan, Quentin L. 2,684.305. 
Celestin. William E., assignee : See — 

Wright, Arthur. 
Celien, Raymond A., Denver. Cole, assignor to The Ameri- 
can Coleman Company, Omaha. Nebr. Tractor for semi- 
trailers and the like. 2,669,317 Feb. 16. 
Cellerini, Albert R. : See — 

Drobney. Joseph A., and Cellerini. 2,679,562. 
Cellerini, Albert R., assignor to Westlnghonse Electric 

Corporation. 2,679,504, CI. 200 — 116. 
Cellerini, Albert R., to Westinghouse Electric Corp. 
2,687,402, CI. 200—147. 

Cellerini, Albert R.. and J. A. Drobney, to Westinghouse 

Electric Corp. 2.693.513. CI. 200 — 88 
Cellucord Corp., The : See — 

Kimball, Benjamin M. 2,687,299. 
Cellulose Development Corp. Ltd. : See- 
Becker, Frederick G. L. 2,695,756. 
Celluplastic Corporation, assignee : See — 

Halbach. Ernest W. 
Celmer, Philip R., Jr., to Radio Corporation of America. 

2.083,693, CI. 252—301.6. 
Celotex Corp.. The : See — 

Muench. Carl G. 2.694.648. 
Cencer, Peter F., and P. Whiteman, to L. Gidion, special 
administratrix of the estate of F. M. Gidion, deceased. 
2,688.944. CI. 112—210. 
Cenerosky. Stanley. 2.690,705, CI. 90 — 60. 
Centanni, Elizabeth : See — 

Centanni, Louis T. 2.694,257. 
Centanni, Louis T., deceased (E. Centanni, administra- 
trix), Vj to H. Levenson. 2,094,257. CI. 3.3 — 2. 
Central Commercial Industries, Inc., assignee : See — 

Koehl, James A. 2,679.781. 

Pelletier, Lawrence. Anderson, and Fener. 
Central Fibre Products Co., Inc. : See — 

Howard, Wilford. 2,686,.555. 
Central Iron & Steel Company, assignee : See — 

Hollinger, Richard. 2,680.607. 
Central Railway Supply Co. : See — 

Johnson, Malcolm S. 2,081,470. 
Central Spool and Tube Co. : See — 

Rynish, Louis J. 2,682,207. 
Central Trust Co., The : See — 

Zobel, Theodor W.. and Mirus. 2,693,065. 



Centre d'Etudes M. B. A. (Mecanique, Balisttque, Armc- 
ment) : See— 
Gourdon, Robert. 
Gourdon, Robert. 2,090,919. 
Centre National de la Itecherche Scientlflque, assignee : 
See — 

Cagniard, Louis. 2.677.801. 
Choucroun. Nine. 2,080,702. 
Fellci, No61. 2,675,516. 
Centric Clutch Company, assignee : See — 

Brucstle, Carl O. 
Century Display Mfg. Co., Inc. : See — 

Evans. Jack. 2.095,210. 
Century Lighting, Inc., assignee : See — 

McCandless, Stanley. 
Cepco, Inc. : See — • 

Lee, Sherman II. 2,698,071. 
Ceresa, Bruno. 2,084,205, CI. 296 — 76. 
Cerf, Robert C, Jr., to HoUymade Hardware Mfg. Co. 

2,694,309, CI. 70—147. 
Cerminara, Sam, to Syntron Co. 2,694,150, CL 310 — 19. 
Cerness, Joseph F. : See — 

Scliaefer, Ralph A,. Cerness, and Morrison. 2,687,565. 
Cerny, Louis L. : See — 

Yanus, Albert B., and Cerny. 2,683,281. 
Cerone, Pasquale L., Dewitt, N. Y. Ribbon curler. 

2.0G9.013, Feb. 23. 
Certain-Teed Products Corp. : See — 
(opeland, Randolph P. 

Croce, Mlchele, and Shuttleworth. 2,681,863. 
Dalphoue. Louis J. 
Lind(|uist. John R. 
Certified Burglar Alarm Systems, Inc. : See — 

Poulson, Frank E. 2,686,909. 
Cerullo. Anthony R. : See — 

Merrill, Patterson D., and Cerullo. 2,685,809. 
Cerutti, Bernard C, and H. V. Lichtenberger, to the 
United States of America as represented by the United 
States Atomic Energy Commission. 2,682,785, CI. 
74 — 674. 
Cerveny. Frank E. : See — 

Jepson. Ivar. and Cerveny 
Jepson, Ivar, and Cerveny. 2,696,568. 
Cerveny, William J., to Standard OU Co. 2,686,206, CI. 

260 — 604. 
Cerveny, William J., D. E. Burney, and G. H. Weisemann, 

to Standard Oil Co. 2,685,577, CI. 260—94.9. 
Cervone, Joseph, assignee : See — 
Ruiz, Raymond R.. and Smith. 
Cesar, Jorge M. 2,677,302, CI. 88 — 1. 

Cesare, Dominec J., Chicago, 111. Device for cutting and 
forming meat patties and the like. 2.665,649, Jan. 12. 
Cesare, Dominec J. 2,675,002. CI. 128 — 283. 
Cesareo, Orfeo, and W. B. Strickler, to Bell Telephone 

Laboratories, Inc. 2,692.082. CI. 235 — 61. 
Ceskoslovenske Textllni Zavody, narodni podnlk, assignee : 
See— 

Svat^, Vladimir. 
Cessford, William W. 2.696.389, CI. 280—293. 
Ceulemans, Joannes J. P. 2,677,280, CI. 74 — 40. 
Chabay, Marcel R. A.. Paris. Prance, assignor to Soclete 
d'Inventions Aeronautiques et Mecaniques S. I. A. M., 
Geneva. Switzerland. Compressor. 2.666,571, Jan. 19. 
Chabot, Edward J. 2,695,149. CI. 248 — 43. 
Chace, Thomas B., to The Dole Valve Co. 2,684,081, CI. 

137—517. 
Chace, W. M., Company, assignee : See — 

Alban, Clarence P., and HiU. 
Chacon, Jaime C. : See — 

Aguirre Gonzalo, JosS M., and Chacon. 2,677,867. 
Chadbourne, Joseph H., Danielson. Conn., assignor to 
The Danielson Manufacturing Company. Manufacture 
of composite wire and rope. 2,669,754, Feb. 23. 
Chadeloid Corp. : See — ■ 

Berglund, Orion W. 2,674,538. 
Berglund, Orion W. 2,691,564. 
Nack, Herman, and Deniston. 
Nack, Herman R., and Waldie. 
Chadkewicz, Alexander : See — 

Nims. Paul T.. and Chadkewicz. 

Chadsey, Earl E.. Jr. : See — 

Clough, Philip J., and Chadsey. 

Chadsey, Earl E., Jr., Newton, assignor to National Re- 
search Corporation. Cambridge, Mass. Vapor coating 
apparatus. 2.064,852, Jan. 5. 

Chadsey, Earl E.. Jr.. Newton. P. J. Clough. Reading, and 
P. Godley. 2nd., Lexington, assignors to National Re- 
search Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. Metal vaporizing 
crucible. 2,665,320, Jan. 5. 

Chadwick. Alexander : See — 

Nims. Paul T., and Chadkewicz. 

Chadwick, Lee S.. Shaker Heights, and M. Resek, Cleve- 
land Heights, assignors to Perfection Stove Com- 
pany, Cleveland. Ohio. Rack guide for cooking ovens. 
2,671,004. Mar. 2. 

Chadwick, Lee S., M. Resek, and H. A. Squire, to Perfection 
Stove Co. 2,693,792. CI. 126—39. 

Chadwick, Richard, and J. P. Hobbs, to Imperial Chemical 
Industries Ltd. 2.692,410, Cl. 22 — 57.2. 

Chaffee, Raymond O., to UnltedJCarr Fastener Corp. 
2,693.875, Cl. 206—56. 

Cha-Gobe Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Stotz, Charles K. 2,676,520. 



2,680,103. 
2,691,596. 



90 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Chain Belt Co. : See — 

UnUer. (JcoiKe \V., ami Olson. 2,G80,8CC. 

Eickstaedt, Edwin A. 2,()87,28G. 

Janls, Alex S. 2,676,920. 

Lendved, .lolin W 2,(i!IG.371. 

Lendvcd, .foliu W".. ;iiul liuelow. 2,088,472. 

Longenec'ker, Charles I. 2, 08."), 259. 

Olson. Albert .\I. 2,(;!)2.L'00. 

Olson, Albeit M. 2. 097, GOO. 

StrelUow, Robert W. 

Streblow, Robert W. 2,676,759. 
Chakiris, Demetrius G. : See — 

Poorman, Robert F., Cbakirls, and Kemp. 
Chaltin, Norman L., assignor ot 30% to I. 

2,G80,78G, CI. 3 79 — 100.4. 
Chalfin, Norman L., 30% to I 

274—39. 
Challont, Guv F., C. H. Judd. and G. A. Tinnerman 

Tinnerman Products, Inc. 2,687,666. CI. 85 — 11. 
Chalikian, Jolin, and H. and A. Gold. 2,682,759, CI. 

63—14. 
Chalk, Thomas C. 
Chalkley, Lyman. 
Chall, Harold J. : 



2,079,643. 
Scidman. 



Seidman. 2,693,364, CI. 



to 



2,679,673, CI. 24 — 157. 
2,676,887, CI. 95 — 7. 
See — 
Crosman, Loring P., and Chall. 
Challenge Machinery Co.. The : See — 
Barney, Freeman. 2,674,943. 
Barney. Freeman, and Lee. 2.681.104. 
Foote, Elmer M., and Barney. 2,686,037. 
Challis, Anthony A. L., to Imperial Chemical Industries 

Ltd. 2,691,624, CI. 202 — 42. 
Challis, Anthony A. L.. to Imperial Chemical Industries 

Ltd. 2,095,267, CI. 202 — 42. 
Chalmer. Ernest. 2,674,736, CI. 1 — 46. 
Chalmers. Burl 10. : See — 

Wallace, Karl C. and Chalmers. 2.087,537. 
Chalmers, Frederick W., Grosse Pointe, Mich. Load 
carrying attachment for lawn mowers. 2,670,964, 
Mar. 2. 
Chalom, Joseph A., Paris, France. Nozzle for expansion 

and compression of gases. 2,666,279, Jan. 19. 
Chalos, Marcel, assignor to 'Societe des Grands Travaux 
de Marseille, Societe Anonyme. 2,674,115, CI. 72—50. 
Cham, Edward J. : See — 

Derr. Willard A., and Cham. 2,698,415. 
Chamberlain, Alan H. 2,676,857, CI. 309—12. 
Chamberlain, Carlton A., to Dresser Operations, Inc. 

2,691,269. CI. 60 — ^54. 
Chamberlain, Henry T., trustee : See — • 
Barrett, Edward L. 2,084,396. 
Barrett. Edward L. 2,092,745. 
Chamberlain, Richard K., and K. P. Hillegass. Akron, Ohio, 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to The Goodyear Tire 
& Rubber Company. Automatic clearance ad.iusting 
mechanism for single-disk, spot-type brakes. 2,009,327, 
Feb. 10. 
Chamberlain, Richard K., and D. D. Neff, to The Goodyear 

Tire & Rubber Co. 2,682,320, CI. 188-204. 
Chamberlin, Alan C. : See — 

Dougherty, Robert S. A., Chamberlin, and Nieman. 
Chamberlin Company of America, assignee : See — 

Cook, John T., and Willett. 
Chamberlin, Earl M.. and M. Tishler. Westfield. assignors 
to Merck & Co., Inc., Rahway, N. J. 2,2-diphenyl-3- 
methyl-4-chloro-butYronitrile and preparing the same. 
2,071.798, Mur. 9. 
Chamberlin, Reginald H. D. : See — 

Catford, Adrian L., and Chamberlin. 
Chambers, Albert M., Jr. : See — 

Fisher, Edward W.. Jr., and Chambers. 
Chambers, Albert M., Jr., Palmyra, N. Y., H. F. Greiner, 
Providence, R. I., and K. C. Wizeman, assignors to The 
Garlock Packing Company, Palmyra, N. Y. Unitary 
rotary seal, including both stationary and rotatable 
sealing rings. 2,672.360, Mar. 16. 
Chambers, Albert M.. Jr.. and G. R. Milligan, to The Gar- 
lock Packing Co. 2.695,799, CI. 286 — 11. 
Chambers, Alexander M. 2,687.711, CI. 123 — 127. 
Chambers Corporation, assignee : See — 
Chambers. John E. 
Chambers, John E., and Phares. 
Williams, Willis E. 2,078,643. 
Chambers, David B., to Coats & Clark Inc. 2,681,731, 

CI. 200 — 47. 
Chambers. Herbert I., and L. B. Ehrlich, to The Electric 

Auto-Lite Co. 2. 69.-?, 881. CI. 210—178. 
Chambers, Jeanne M., Chicago, 111. Drying device 

nail nolish and the like. 2,073,402, Mar. 30. 
Chambers, John E., Shelbvville, Ind., assignor to Chambers 
Corporation. Broiler reflector shield. 2,608,527, Feb. 9. 
Chambers, John E., Shelbyville, Ind., assignor to Cham- 
bers Corporation. Ignition device for gas burners. 
2.670.791, Mar. 2. 
Chambers, John E. 

assignors to Chambers Corporation 
gas ranges. 2,672,137, Mar. 16. 
Chambers. John M. : See — 

Ferguson. Henry G.. Chambers, and Sands. 2,689,513. 
Chambers. John M.. to Stone & Webster Engineering Corp. 

2,095.807. CI. 202—42. 
Chambers, Laura A., San Francisco, Calif. Drainable 

body urinal. 2,672,145, Mar. 16. 
Chambers, Lawrence S. 2,674.313. CI. 166 — 1. 
Chambers, Lawrence S. 2,674,439, CI. 255 — 1.4. 



Chambers, Robert B. 2,681,713, CI. 188 — ^90. 
Chambers, Torrence H. 2,694,143, CI. 250 — 27. 
Chambei-s, Victor S. : .Sec — 

Rowland. Louis H., and Chambers. 2.G81.M1. 
Chambers, William M.. assignor to International Telephone 

and Telegraph Corporation. 2,680,182, CI. 219 — 8. 
Chambers, Worthy L.. and J. H. Konefes, to Motor Prod- 
ucts Corp. 2,089,778, CI. 312 — 351. 
Chamer, Ernest S., Fairfield, Conn., assignor to Handy & 
Harman, New York. N Y. Brazing flux. 2,066,725, 
Jan. 19. 
Champagnat, Alfred V., assignee : See — 

Abler, George C, and Krull. 2,680.469. 
Champagne. Neil A., assignee : See — 

Polymeros, Donald P. 
Champayne, Roy J., Kockford, 111. Rubbing machine. 

2.609,812. Feb. 23. 
Champion Corp. : See — 

Krukowskl, Kasmir J. 2,684,256. 
Champion Dish Washing Machine Company, assignee : 
See — 

Davis, Patrick H. 
Champion, George D. 2,080,931, CI. 45 — 68.4. 
Champion Mfg. Co. : See — 

Cooper, William M. 2,095,015. 
Champion Paper and I'ibre Co., The : See — 

Alontgomery, William J., and Taylor. 2,676,563. 
Montgomerv. William J., and Tavlor. 2,095.004. 
ZUiox, Thomas L., and Taylor. 2,691,606. 
Champion Rivet Co., The : See — 
Hunt, Edward M. 2,090,781. 
Champion Spark Plug Company, assignee : See — 

Rusher, John J. 
Champlain Co., Inc. : See — 

Auerbacher, George N., and Caulfield. 2,G90,121. 
Chance, A. B.. Co. : See — 

Altherr, Walter M. 2,097,150. 
Cooper, James J., and Vordtriede. 
Hubbard, David C. Re. 23,885. 
Hubbard. David C, and Hollander. 2,692,315. 
Sander, Vernon A. 
Turner, John L. 2,698,422. 
Vordtriede, Oliver A. 
Chance. Britton, Cambridge, and I. A. Greenwood, Jr., 
Boston, Mass., assignors, by mesne assignments, to the 
United States of America as represented by the Secre- 
tary of War. Radio course indicating system. 2,666,914, 
Jan. 19. 
Chance, Dorothy C. : See — 

Kulp, Maurice P., Vandenburgh, and Chance. 
2,089,784. 
Chance, Leon H. : See — 

Guthrie, John D., Chance, and Hoffpauir. 2,681,846. 
Chance Vought Aircraft, Inc. : See — 

Butler, George V., and MacDonough. 2,685,469. 
Eagon, Norton D. 2,679,991. 
Eagon, Norton D., and Furay. 2,082,740. 
Hammond, Douglas L., and Bovce. 2,685,422. 
'Hospers, John J. 2,075,197. 
Lee. John G. 2,694.357. 
Palley. I. Nevln. 2,679,369. 
Pitman, Wayland A. 2,679,468. 
Riley, John M. 2,687,403. 
Chanda, Edward J. 2,081.238, CI. 285 — 40. 
Chandler, xVlanson W., to Phillips Petroleum Co. 2,090,917, 

CI. 284 — 18. 
Chandler, Daniel L., to Zina Goodell Corp. 2,686,351, CI, 
29—73. 

2.080.800. CI. 219 — 19. 
2,681,019, CI. 102 — 49. 
2.683.903. CI. 00-35.0. 
2,086,803. CI. 219—39. 
Steger, III. Article handling and 
2,672,079, Mar. 16. 
See- 



for 



and T. E. Phares, Shelbyville, Ind., 
Flue structure for 



Chandler, Edward P. 
Chandler, Edward P. 
Chandler, Edward F. 
Chandler, Edward F. 
Chandler, James H., 

stacking machine. 
Chandler, James V. : 



2,685,340. 



2.694.944. 
2,697,909, 



Shea, Joseph L., Jr., Chandler, and Trusdel. 
Chandler, Leslie V. : See — 

Hunter, Percival G., and Chandler. 2,678,195. 
Chandler. Louis W. : See — 

Klasing. Charles L.. Jr.. and Chandler. 
Chandler, Milton E., to Niles-Bement-Pond Co. 

CI. 60—39.28. 
Chandler & Price Co.. The : See — 
Rowell. George S. 2,698,175. 
Rupp, William C. 2.092,668. 
Chandler, Robert E. : See — 

Avers. George W.. Geerts, and Chandler. 
Chandler, Roy. 2,678,810, CI. 261—92. 
Chandler, William H., Wood River, 111., assignor to Shell 
Development Company, San Francisco, Calif. High 
sulfur content fuel. 2,073,145, Jlar. 23. 
Chandler, William S. 2,697,856, CI. 19 — 99. 
Chandlev, Henry K., to The Firestone Tire & Rubber Co. 

2.685,905, CI. 152—342. 
Chaney, Allen L. : See — 

McCracken, Edward A., and Chaney. 
Chaney. David W., to The Chemstrand Corp. 2,688,010, 

Cl. 200—77.5. 
Chaney, David W., and H. M. Hosie, to American Viscose 

Corp. 2,687,938, Cl. 8—55. 
Chaney, David W., and H. M. Hoxie, to American Viscose 
2,688.008, Cl. 200 — 45.5. 

David W., and H. M. Hoxie. to American A'iscose 
,688,012, Cl. 260—80.5. 



Corp. 
Chaney, 
Corp. 



hIST OF PATENTEES 



91 



Chaney, John \V., assignee : Sec — 

White. James K. 
Chaney, Leonard P., Houston, Tex. Connecting means 

for electrical conductors. 2,6(iS,948. Teb. 9. 
Chaney. Preston K., and W. E. Barnes, to Sun Oil Co. 

2,697.585. CI. 255—1.4. 
Chans. Sheldon S. L. : Sec — 

Byrani. Fredericlc C, and Chang. Re. 23,870. 
Llovd, Tom (".. and Clians;. 2.fi9."),.'?fi9. 
Chang, Sheldon S. L., to Kobbins & Myers, Inc. Re. 23,872, 

CI. 103—133. 
Chanlund, Carl \V. : Sec — 

jGssen, tJeorge R., and Chanlund. 
Channell, Charles A. 2.677,837, CI. 15 — 119. 
Channell. James \V. 2,083,304, CI. 29 — 155.55. 
Channel Master Corp. : See — 

Lo, Yuen T. 2,691,730. 
Chanowitz. Harry, Chicago, assignor to D. T. Siegel, 

Wheaton, III. Welding method and article produced 

thereby. 2.666,120, Jan. 12. 
Chantler. Samuel W.. South Orange, assignor to Elastic 

Stop Xut Corporation of America, Union, N. J. Self- 
locking fastening device. 2,672,173, Mar. 16. 
Chanyi. Louis C, to United States Rubber Co. 2,681,108, 

CI. 164 — S4.5. 
Chanz, Arthur C. : See — 

Sheffer. John W., Watson, and Chanz. 2.680,420. 
Chapin, Edward W.. Baltimore, and W. K. Roberts, Laurel, 

Md. Automatic switching of television receivers. 

2.668.193. Feb. 2. 
Chapin. Gueneviere : See — • 

Chapin. Perry R. 2,689.385. 
Chapin, Perry R.. to G. Chapin. 2,689,385, CI. 20 — 15. 
Chapin. William T., Baldwinsville. N. Y.. assignor to 

General Electric Company. Cathode-follower imped- 
ance matching device. 2,666,815, Jan. 19. 
Chaplin Corp. : See — 

Chaplin. Merle P. 2,697,967. 
Chaplin. Hubert O., C. G. Hubbard, and C. H. James, to 

United Shoe Machinery Corp. 2,681.037. CI. 118 — 410. 
Chaplin. Merle P.. to Chaplin Corp. 2,697,967. CI. 92 — 59. 
Chapman. Aurelius F., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 

Nemours and Company. 2,676,121, CI. 117 — 138.8. 
Chapman, Bert, assignor to International Business Ma- 
chines Corporation. 2,678,095, CI. 161 — 1. 
Chapman. Everett. Las Vagas, Nev. Finned element for 

thermal or heat transfer purposes. 2,667,337, Jan. 26. 
Chapman, Everett, % to Aeroprojects Inc. 2,697,953, 

CI. 78—81. 
Chapman Forest Utilization. Inc. : See — 

Chapman, Ralph. 2.696.146. 
Chapman. Fred A., and F. D. Koch. 2,693,635, CI. 29 — 288. 
Chapman. Glenn L. : See — 

Wall. Douglas E.. and Chapman. 2.693.987. 
Chapman. Harry E., Galesburg. 111. Thermal and fanning 

strip for electrical conductors. 2,667,529, Jan. 26. 
Chapman, James E., assignor to The Garrett Corporation, 

Los Angeles. Calif. Electric motor valve actuator svs- 

tem. 2.668,267, Feb. 2. 
Chapman, Mervil D. 2.680,390, CI. 77 — 58. 
Chapman, Paul R. : See — ■ 

Brennan, Elmer W., Chapman, and Wolfram. 
2,678,937. 
Chapman. Ralph, to Chapman Forest Utilization, Inc. 

2,696,146, CI. 92 — 39. 
Chapman, Weldin G. : See — 

Troyan, James E., and Chapman. 2.684,357. 
Chappel, Eugene, assignor to Utica Drop Forge & Tool 

Corporation. 2,679,571, CI. 219 — 8. 
Chappell, Edward M.. Jr. 2,689,496 CI. 81 — 100. 
rhappell. Story F. 2.692,044, CI. 209—83. 
Chappory. Andrew, assignor to National Biscuit Company. 

2,676,712, CI. 211—138. 
Charbonneau. Allan P., to Cutler-Hammer, Inc. 2,690,490, 

CI. 201—67. 
Charbonnel. Paul, Lyon, France. Gas mask and helmet. 

2,671,445. Mar. 9. 
Charch, William H., to E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. 

2,686,103, CI. 18 — .54. 
Charle, Roger, to Union Francaise Commerciale et Indus- 

trielle. 2.695,2.59, CI. 167 — 88. 
Charles, Daniel : See — 

Warnecke. Robert, and Charles. 2.680,825. 
Charles. Daniel, to Compagnie (Jenerale de Telegraphie 

Sans Fil. 2.694.783, CI. 315—3. 
Charles. Ernest, assignor to Societe des Produits Chimi- 

f|ues de Clamecy. Clamecy, France. Method and appa- 
ratus for the continuous production of carbon disul- 

pbide. 2.670.277, Feb. 23. 
Charles. Randolph E., to General Communication Co. 

2.697.767. CI. 200 — 155. 
Charlotte, Hubert F. 2,688,708, CI. 313 — 40. 
Charlton. Edward J., and L. Pompa, to Lukens .Steel Co. 

2.697.284. CI. 34 — 124. 
Charlton, William, and E. 6. Eutter. assignors to Imperial 

Chemical Industries Limited. 2,676,164. CI. 260 — 75. 
Charma Brassiere Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Alberts. Jacob L.. L. N.. and S. S. 
Charman, Howard R., assignor to The Ferro Engineering 

Company. 2.676,703, CI. 206.65. 
Charney, Joseph. 2,681,772, CI. 242 — 134. 
Charpiat Corp.. The : See — 

Charpiat. Edward B. 2,684,787. 



2.695.725, CI. 220—46. 

2.695.726, CI. 220 — 46. 

Buffalo, and M. C. Herget, Depew, 
Well Industries Inc.. Buffalo. N. Y. 
2.572,943, Mar. 23. 



Clmrpiat. Edward B., to The Charpiat Corp. 2,684,787, 

V\. 222 -17."). 
Charton, Paul W., Montclair, assignor to National Union 

Radio Corporation, Orange, N. J. Beam shift electron 

tube. 2,672,573, Mar. 16. 
Chasar, Anthony R., to The Oster Mfg. Co. 2,603,966, CI. 

279—114. 
Chase. Charles R., Morrisville, Pa., and G. L. Bliss, Cleve- 
land, Ohio, assignors to United States Steel Corporation. 

Apparatus for drying a liquid coating on an elongated 

product. 2.069.031. Feb. 10. 
Chase, Ernest E. : See — • 

Stratton, Frank E.. Nokes. and Chase. 2.687.675. 
Chase. Fay H., to Bell Telephone Laboratories. Inc. 

2.693.568. Cl. 321—18. 
Cliase. Fav H., to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. 

2,693.572. Cl. 323—22. 
Chase, Henry M. Re. 23.890, Cl. 99—193. 
Chase, Henry M. Re. 23,891, Cl. 99—193. 
Chase, Robert L., assignor to the United States of America 

as represented bv the United States Atomic Energy 

Commission. 2,677,104, Cl. 324 — 78. 
Chase Sliawmut To.. Tlie : Scr — 
Hitchcock, Paul C. 2,678,980. 
Hitchcock, Paul C. 2,680,173. 
Hitchcock. Paul C. 2,691,083. 
Kozacka, Frederick J. 
Kozacka, Frederick J. 2.688,061. 

Kozacka. Frederick J., Swain, and Salzer. 2,681,398. 
Chase, Sidney J., and E. J. O'Reilly, to C & F Machine 

Works. 2,697,609, Cl. 275—8. 
Chatelain. Frederic. 2,680.791, Cl. 200 — 46. 
Chatelain, Frgdgric J. 2.693,097. Cl. 68—12. 
Chatelain, John B., to Freeport Sulphur Co. 2,690,880, 

Cl. 241—39. 
Chatfield, Henry B. 
Chatfield. Henry B. 
Chatlynne, Bert H.. 

assignors to Sell 

Safety lock for automobile doors. 
Chatsworth Mfg. Co. : See — 

Phelps, William M. 2.685.725. 
Chatterton, James L. 2,674,444, Cl. 261—121. 

Chattin, Robert C. : See — 
Severance, Joe. 
Severance. Joe. 2.694.967. 

Chattin, Robert C. 2,687.683. Cl. 97-215. 

Chattin, Robert C. 2.094.969. Cl. 97—188. 

Chaun. Kenneth W. 2.677,885, Cl. 30 — 43. 

Chauvin, Willie L. 2,695,449, Cl. 30—107. 

Chavane, Louis : See — 

Bich, Marcel, and Chavane. 2,674,967. 

Chavannes Industrial Synthetics, Inc., assignee : See — 
Chavannes, Marc A., and Howden. 

Chavannes, Marc A., Pompton Lakes, N. J., and J. W. 
Howden, New York, N. Y.. assignors to Chavannes 
Industrial Svnthetics. Inc. Method and apparatus for 
bonding fibers together. 2.671,496. Mar. 9. 

Chaveneaud, Roger M., Paris, France. Sign transfer de- 
vice. 2,667,628, Jan. 26. 

Chavigner, Andrg C, to Societe Alsacienne de Construc- 
tions Mecaniques. 2.698,430, Cl. 340 — 242. 

Chaya. John S., to American Viscose Corp. 2.694,848, 
Cl. 28—32. 

Cheatum. Leo G., and N. W. Summers, to Deere Mfg. Co. 
2,697.358. Cl. 74 — 116. 

Check. Mathias M., assignor to The Yale & Towne Manu- 
facturing Company. 2,676,480, Cl. 70 — 418. 

Chedister, Conkling : See — 

Bogert, John L., and Chedister. 2,674,512. 

Chedister. Conkling, Livingston, N. Y. Hair drier. 
2.668.367. Feb. 9. 

Cheesman. Helen B. 2.692..390. Cl. .5—334. 

Chefford Master Manufacturing Co. Inc.. assignee : See — 

Waldherr, John, Jr. 
Chef-Way, Inc. : See — 

Ahlstrom, Edward F. 2.684.783. 
Chelf. Clarence C. Lebanon. Ky. Vehicle operation re- 
corder with slow speed compensator. 2,668.094. Feb. 2. 
Chelf. James E. 2.682,420. Cl. 280 — 407. 
Chellberg. Walter F. 2.677,391, Cl. 137 — 624. 
Chelsea Carton Co. : See — 

Patterson, William S., and Ducharme. 2,697,541. 
Chemical Construction Corp. : See — • 

Allen, Louis N., Jr. 2,688.854. 

Allen, Louis N., Jr. 2,091,570. 

F.alck-Muss, Rolf. 2.690.391. 

McGauley, Patrick J. 2,695,842. 

McGauley, Patrick J., and Schaufelberger. 2,686,114. 

Schaufelberser. Felix A. 2,694.005. 

Schaufelberger, Felix A., and McGauley. 2.694,006. 

Schaufelberger, Felix A., Van Hare, and McGauley. 
2.695.843. 

Strelzoff, Samuel, and Roberts. 2,689.175. 

Chemical Foundation. Inc., The : See — 
Hixson, Arthur W., and Miller. 
Miller, Benjamin. 2.677.945. 
Miller. Benjamin. 2,678,531. 
Miller. Benjamin. 2.678.532. 
Miller. Ralph. 2,682.551. 
Miller, Ralph. 2.688,626. 
Miller, Ralph. 2,691,569. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Chemical uiid Mechaiiicul I'rocessee Limited, assignee : 
tScc— 

Devaud. Charles. 
Chemiral Packaning Corp. : f<er — 

riollis. Clinton R. 2,674,978. 

IloUi.s, Clinton K. 2,084,04!). 
Chemical .Seed Treating and Dolinting Corp. : See — 

Streets, Hubert K. 2.(i9«,821. 
Chemical Sundries Co., a.ssignee: See — 

Dubln, Arthur. 2,679,926. 
Chemicolloid Laboratories, Inc. : See — 

Hall, Charles O. 2,090.440. 

O'Keefe, David F. 2,685,437. 
Chemische Fabriek L. van der Grinten N. V. : See — 

Van der Grinten, Lodewijk E. 2,681,603. 

Van der Grinten, Lodewijk E. 2,681,604. 

Van der Grinten, Lodewijk E. 2,681,605. 
Chempatents, Inc. : See — 

Kgbert, Robert B. 

Egbert, Robert B. 2.693,474. 

Saffer, Alfred. 2,687,380. 
Chemstrand Corp., The : See — 

Chanev, David W. 2.688,010. 

Craig, Alfred B. 2,696,478. 

Downing, Cole. 

Dye, William T.. Jr. 

Oluesenkamp, Earl W., and Ham. 2,674,592. 

Ham, George B. 2,676,952. 

" ~ - 2,686,169. 

2,691,645. 

2,096,483. 

and Craig. 

and Craig. 2,691,641. 
" 2,686,339. 



administratrix, to 



Ham, George E 
Ham, George E. 
Ham. George E. 
Ham, George E., 
Ham, George E. 
Holt, Lawrence C 
Justice, John L. 
Justice. John L. 2,695,278. 
Larson, Robert J. 
Lytton, Marion R. 
Chen, Fuchpon T. 2.684,294, CI. 48—27. 
Chenault, Roy L., Seneca, Pa., assignor to United States 
Steel Corporation. Hydraulic pumping unit. 2,665,551, 
Jan. 12. 
Chenault, Eoy L., assignor to United States Steel Cor- 
poration. 2,679,806, CI. 103 — 46. 
Chenery, Peter J., Pelham, N. Y., assignor to The Sperry 

Corporation. Accelerometer. 2.672,334, Mar. 16. 
Chenery, Peter J., and J. C. Newton, assignors to The 

Sperrv Corporation. 2.678.177. CI. 244 — 76. 
Cheneweth. James B. 2,676,593, CI. 128—268. 
Cheney, Charles W., Hockley, Birmingham, England. 
Hasp and hinge fittings for expansible telescopic travel 
cases, trunks, and the like. 2,673,759, Mar. 30. 
Cheney, Charles W. 2,697,626, CI. 292 — 173. 
Chenev, Lee C. : See — - 

Cooper, Douglas E., and Chenev. 2,688,618. 
Cheney. Lee C, to Bristol Laboratories, Inc. 2,681,909, 

CI. 260—256.4. 
Cheney, Leonard G.. to United Shoe Machinery Corp. 

2.681.023. CI. 112 — 62. 
Cheng, George C. 2,687,306, CI. 273—152.44. 
Chenicek, Joseph A. : See — • 

Hoffman, Alfred B., Chenicek, and Whitmore. 

2,683,694. 
Rosenwald, Robert H., and Chenicek. 
Thompson, Ralph B., and Chenicek. 2,682,473. 
Chenicek, Joseph A., Bensenville, assignor to Universal 
Oil Products Company, Chicago. 111. Maintaining sta- 
bility of vegetable oils undergoing heating. 2,666,708, 
Jan. 19. 
Chenicek. .Joseph A., Bensenville, assignor to Universal 
Oil Products Company. Chicago. 111. Stabilization of 
edible fats and oils. 2,668.768. Feb. 9. 
Chenicek. Joseph A., to Universal Oil 

2,686.719. CI. 99—8. 
Chenicek. Joseph A., to 

2.686.723. CI. 99 — 163. 
Chenicek. Joseph A., to 

2.686.724. CI. 99—163. 
Chenicek, Joseph A., to 

2,687.962. CI. 09 — 163. 
Chenicek, .Joseph A., to 

2.690.396. CI. 99 — 8. 
Chenicek. Joseph A., to 

2.690.397. CI. 99 — 163. 
Chenicek. Joseph A., to 

2.697.114, CI. 260 — 148.2. 
Chenicek, Joseph A., and R. B. Thompson, to Universal 

Oil Products Co. 2,692.202, CI. 99—1 63. 
Chenicek. Joseph A., and R. B. Thompson, to Universal 

Oil Products Co. 2,695.222. CI. 44 — 72. 
Chenoweth, Henry G., to Eastern Industries, Inc. 2,691,542, 

CI. 288—2. 
Cheramie. Andrew A., Cut Off, La. Amphibious tractor. 

2,671,519, Mar. 9. 
Cherepow. Frederic H. : See — 

Mueller, William G., Cherepow. Bartes, and Klause. 
2.692.074. 
Cherewick, Frederick J. 2,687,920. CI. 302 — 17. 

Cherico, Catherine, assignee : See — 

Santarsiero, Anthony V. 
Cherigie, Pierre, to La Cellophane. 2,694,300, CI. 64 — 30. 
Gherkin. Arthur, and S. D. Thornton. Jr., to Don Baxter, 
Inc. 2,697.521. CI. 210—164. 



Chermendy, Carl V., and W. H. Borchelt. 2,685,624. CI. 

200—30. 
Cherry-Burrell Corp: See — 

Boileau, Arthur H.. Rayman, and Board. 
Heil, Julius P., McCabe, and Meyer. 2,685,358. 
Kummer, Theodore H. 2,679, 8.'J9. 
Lowinski, Walter J. 2,681.810. 
McCabe, John B. 2,081,723. 
McCabe, John B. 2,681,872. 
Cherry, Carl W., deceased ; L. Cherry 
Townsend Co. 2.691.915. CI. 85—40. 
Cherry, Lena, administratrix : See — 

Cherry. Carl W. 2.691,915. 
Cherry, Ralph E.. Detroit, Mich., assignor to Morse Chain 
Company, Ithaca. N. Y. One-way engaging device. 
2,670,825, Mar. 2. 
Cherry, William H., Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Optical projection and regis- 
tration s.vstem. 2,669.900, Feb. 23. 
Cherry, William H., to Radio Corp. of America. 2,691.764, 

CI. 332 — 49. 
Chervenak, Michael C. : See — 

Pichlcr, Helmut R., and Chervenak. 2,692,902. 
Chesal Industries : See — 

Faber, Saul. 2,683,321. 
Chesapeake and Ohio Railway Co.. The : See — 

Browne. Kenneth A. 2.687.817. 
Chesapeake Shoe Mfg. Co.. assignee : See — 

Gaynor, Emanuel A. 2,675,633. 
Chesick, Sanford C. Re. 23,841. CI. 179—150. 
Chesick, Sanford C. 2.696.528, CI. 179—150. 
Cheskin, David B. 2,697,930. CI. 72—15. 
Chester, Allan E., to Poor & Co. 2,683,672, CI. 117 — 53. 
Chester, Allan E.. and J. T. Irwin, assignors to Poor & 

~- 204 — 52. 

T. Irwin, assignors to Poor & 
204—52. 

T. Irwin ; 

CI. 41 — 42 

T. Irwin ; 

CI. 41 — 42. 

Chester. Howard, Sr. ' 2.684,133. CI. 188—244. 

Chester, Robert W., E. T. Harnett, D. E. Royer. and J. H. 

Smith, to General Motors Corp. 2,686.855, CI. 200 — 105. 

Cheverton, Peter C, and A. A. Rivington, assignors to 

United Shoe Machinery Corporation. 2,674,833, CL 

51—137. 

Chew, Albert C, to Hobson-MiUer Machinery, Inc. 

2,687,300, CI. 271—11. 
Chezaud, Jean, Lyons, assignor to Societe "Rhodiaceta, 
Paris. France. Delustered superpolyamide articles and 
making same. 2,671.770, Mar. 9. 
Chiappulini. Ruggero, assignor to Aktiengesellschaft 

Brown, Boveri & Cie. 2,675.652. CI. 51 — 100. 
Chicago Bridge & Iron Co. : See — 
Arne, Christian. 

2.678.060. 
2.685.887. 
2,690,273. 



Products Co. 



Universal Oil Products Co. 

Universal Oil Products Co. 

Universal Oil Products Co. 

Universal Oil Products Co. 

Universal Oil Products Co. 

Universal Oil Products Co. 



Company. 2,677,653, CI. 
Chester, Allan E., and J. 

Company. 2,677,654, CI. 
Chester, Allan E.. and J. 

to Poor & Co. 2.692,187, 
Chester, Allan E., and J. 

to Poor & Co. 2,692.188. 



said Chester assor. 
said Chester assor. 



i 



Arne. Christian. 

Arne, Christian. 

Arne. Christian. 

Arnold, Perry C. 

Boardm.an, Harry C. 

Moyer, Frederick D. 

Mover, Frederick D. 2,685,982. 

Moyer, Frederick D. 2.696.9.30. 

Moyer, Frederick D., and Scholbe. 

Mummert. John F. 2,683,550. 

Stiles. Lloyd C, and Dnvis. 

Talley. Hyrum M. 2,678,987. 
Chlcaco Cardboard Cn, : See — 

Burr, Ned. and Drueck. 

Ross. VnlPntinp .A. 2.6R4.314. 
Chicago Carton Company, assignee : See — 

Sprenger. Wilbur V., and Roche. 2,676,748. 
Chicago Development Corp. : See — 

De.Tn, Reginald S. 2.678.292. 

Dean. Reginald S. 2.692.213. 
Chicago Forging and Mfg. Co. : See — 

Kransp. Herbert. 2 607 625. 

Sigel, Carl A. 2,693,977. 
Chicago Hardware Foundry Co.. The : See — 

Knpski. Joseph 2,691.407. 

Oliver, Conrad J., and Kupski. 2,677,041. 
Chicago Lighthouse For The Blind. The. assignee : See — 

Severson, Alfred L. 2,675.949. 
Chicago Metal Hose Corp. : See — 

Andersen, Raymond C. 

Farrar. .John F. P. 2.692.731. 

Ikert, George H. 2,683,468. 

Chicago Metal Mfg. Co., assignee : See — 
Hauf. George F. 

Chicago Nipple Mfg. Co. : See — 

Marsden. George B. 

Marsden, Geor.ge B. 2,683,272. 
Chicago Pneumatic Tool Co. : See — 

Fischer, Howard R. 

Fischer, Howard R.. and Roberts. 2,682,793. 

Lear. Earl B. 2.686,040. 

Lear. Earl B. 2,688,268. 

Mnurer, Spencer B.. and Ebert. 2.677,355. 

Roberts, James A., Fischer, and D'Haem. 2,685,865. 

Welton, Russell L. 



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LIST OF PATENTEES 



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and Pierce. 
2,698,369. 



Chicago Pump Co. : Sec — 

Klein, Joseph J. 2.686,138. 
Lamb, Miles A., and Klein. 2.686,139. 
Tapleshay, John .V., ami Nordcll. 2,G94,04i 
Chicago Holler Skate Co. : See — 
lieckman, Edward M. 
Ware. Robert K.. Jr. 2.689,769. 
Ware. Walter. 2.689,743. 
Chicago Telephone Supply Corp. : See — 
i>Klly, Ariliur Al., Arismau. and Pierce. 
Daily, Arthur M., and Arlsman, 

2.695.933. 
Daily, Arthur M., Veatch, and Hileman 
Vaksvik, Adrian J., and Arisman. 
Chicago Show Printing Co. : See — 
Leander. Kussell J. 2,688,303. 
Chichester, Kenneth J. : See — 

Brink, Robert M., and Chichester. 2,685,960. 
Chick, Arthur J., and L. J. Speck, assignors to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. 2,678,486. CI. 
29 — 25.14. 
Chicksan Co. : gee — 

Hily, Peter J. 2,697,006. 
Chicopee Mfg. Corp. : See — 

Oriswold, Hector \V. 2.6S3.901. 

Harmon, Carlvle. 2,676,115. 

Jamison. Samuel J., and Yates. 2,691,391. 

Johnson, Cecil B. 2,676,324. 

Lenk. Frederick R., Jr. 

Ness. Irving S., and Lints. 2,697,678. 

Plummer, Charles H., Truslow, and Frydryk. 

2,676,363. 
Plummer, Charles H., and Vose. 2,676,364. 
Rider. Don K. 

Simon, Simon A., and Drelich. 
Stapleton, James A. 
Chlddix. Max E. : See — 

Cross. James M.. and Chlddix. 2,694,727. 
Sundberg. Robert L., and Chiddex. 2,678,935. 
Chiddix, Max E.. and M. U. Williams, to General Aniline 

& Film Corp. 2,684.386. CI. 2()0— 613. 
Chidsey, Francis A., Jr., to Container Corp. of America. 

2.687,247, CI. 229 — 41. 
Chien. Luther C, Pitman, N. J., assignor to E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours and Company, Wilmington, Del. Castor 
oil soluble coloring composition for coating copying 
paper. 2,668,172, Feb. 2. 
Chievitz, William J., assignor to The Timken Roller Bear- 
ing Comriany. 2,678.856. CI. 308 — 236. 
Chievitz. William J., to The Timken Roller Bearing Co. 

2,698,090, CI. 210 — 1.5. 
Chiksan Co. : See — 

Bilv, Peter J. 2.698,192. 
Chllders, Harry S., and L. C. Tober, assignors to Vendor- 
lator Manufacturing Company. 2,680,049. CI. 312 — 35. 
Chllders, Koscoe u., Oklahoma City, Okla., assignor to 
Baker Oil Tools, Inc., Vernon, Calif. Method and ap- 
paratus for completing multiple production zone well 
bores. 2.665.759, Jan. 12. 
Chllders, Spencer L.. assignor to Vendorlator Manufactur- 
ing Company. 2,675,901, CI. 194 — 1. 
Childers. Spencer L., Fresno, and W. B. Warren. Madera, 
assignors to Vendorlator Manufacturing Company, 
Fresno, Calif. Coin changing mechanism. 2,667,880, 
Feb. 2. 
Childers. Spencer L., and W. B. Warren, to Vendorlator 

Mfg. Co. 2.693,300. CI. 221—113. 
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia : See — 
Gibbon, Samuel Y. 2,695.605. 
Gibbon. Samuel Y. 2,695.608. 
Childres, James A. 2,678.850. CI. 302—15. 
Childress, William C. assignor to Signode Steel Strapping 

Company. 2,675,187. CI. 242 — 55. 
Childress, William C, to Signode Steel 

2.680,979. CI. 81—9.1. 
Childs, Gary D., to Schlage Lock Co, 

38 
Childs, Robert S.. South Sudbury, 

assignments, to E. G. Martin, Cambridge, Mass 
uring device. 2,671,892, Mar. 9. 
Childs, Robert S., to E. G. Martin. 2,685,070, CI 

336 — T23. 

Chilean Nitrate Sales Corp. : See — 

Loonam. Alfred C. 2.694.652. 

Loonara, Alfred C. 2.694.653. 

Loonam. Alfred C. 2,694,654. 

Chiles. Frank F., Fort Thomas, Ky 

2.670.923. Mar. 2. 
Chillson, Charles W.. and J. M. Mergen, to Curtiss-Wright 

Corp. 2,696.888. CI. 170—160.18. 
Chilman, John A., to Rotol Ltd. 2,696,269, CI. 

170—135.29. 
Chilowsky. Constantin. 2.682.744. Cl. 58 — 108. 
Chilton, Roland. 2,683,494, Cl. 170 — 159. 
Chin, Pao H., and H. C. Tsien. 2,682,580, Cl. 179—149. 
Chinn, George I. 2,696,761, Cl. 89 — 41. 
Chipman. Harold R. : See — 

Gillies. Archibald, and Chipman. 2,674,622. 
Chipman, Harold R., Elmira, Ontario, Canada, assignor 
to United States Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. 
Preparing hydrogen chloride and composition for pre- 
paring it. 2,673,788, Mar. 30. 
Chipman. Harold R., to United States Rubber Co. 
2,690,439, Cl. 260—239.75. 



Strapping Co. 

2,691,288. Cl. 70— 

assignor, by mesne 
Meas- 



Window sash lifter. 



and Rooksby. 

to Transparent 
Shock absorbing 



Chipman, Harold R.. and T. H. Evans, to United States 
Rubber Co. 2.688,015. Cl. 260 — 239.75. 

Chippewa Paper Products Co., Inc. : Sec — 
Druth, Joseph S. 2,686,962. 
Timer, Jules E. 2,689,079. 

Chireix. lienri, Paris, France, assignor to Soclete Fran- 
caise Radio-Electriiiue. JIultichanuel radioclectrlc com- 
munication system. 2,670,404, Feb. 23. 

Chireix, Henri, assignor to Societe Francalse Radlo-Elec- 
trique. 2,677,806, Cl. 332 — 19. 

Chirnside, Ralph C. : Sec — 

Dovey, Douglas M., Chirnside, 
2,689,167. 

Chiroky, Pierre. 2,691,495, Cl. 244 — 14. 

Chirtel, Joseph S., and A. M. Mark, 
Package Co. 2,691,643. Cl. 260 — 78. 

Chisholm, Allen K., Portland, Oreg. 
cable hanger. 2, 666, 605, Jau 19. 

Chisholm, Allen E. 2,697,915, Cl. 62 — 1. 

Chisholm, Douglas S., assignor to The Dow Chemical 
Company. 2,676,359, Cl. 18 — 47.3. 

Chisholm, Gilbert G., Lucan, Ontario, assignor to Ferros 
Metals Research Company Limited, Toronto, Ontario, 
Canada. Vortex concentrator. 2,665,809, Jan. 12. 

Chisholm, Harry L., Jr. : See — 

De Lancey, Warren H., Pond, and Chisholm. 

Chisholm, Harry L., Jr., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to 
Houdaille-Hershey Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Tele- 
scopic shock absorber piston construction. 2,668,604, 
Feb. 9. 

Chisholm-Ryder Co., Inc., assignee : See — 
Mitchell, Burritt B. 

Chlti, Aroldo. 2,681,553, Cl. 66 — 77. 

Chittum, Joseph F., assignor to California Research Cor- 
poration. 2,678,911. Cl. 204 — 185. 

Chloride Electrical Storage Company Limited, The, as- 
signee : See — • 

Thornlev, Harry S. 2,674,310. 

Chmiel, Frank J. : See — 

Green, Paul R., and Chmiel. 2,686,046. 

Chmielewski, Anton, Iron River, Mich. Salt attachment 
for pickup balers. 2,668,492. Feb. 9. 

Chobert, Jacques F. G., St. Etienne. France. Door lock. 
2,664,736, Jan. 5. 

Choldun Mfg. Corp. : See — 

Dunn. Henry M., and Oles. 2.689,577. 

Chollet, Philip E., Indianapolis, Ind. Power unit for tire 
inspection stands. 2,664,709, Jan. 6. 

Chombard, Pierre A., to Etat Francais. 2,696,597, Cl. 
340 — 27. 

Chorlton, Herbert. 2,679,690, Cl. 33 — 162. 

Choucroun, Nine, assignor to Centre National de la Re- 
cherche Scientifique. 2,680,702, Cl. 167 — 84 5 

Chow, Ho, New York, N. Y. Tape dispenser. 2,666,544, 
Jan. 19. 

Chow, Ho, New York, N. T. 
Jan. 26. 

Chow, Joe G. : See — 

Schempp, Reinhold, Pavson, and Chow. 

Chrimacker, Ren6. 2,684.857, Cl. 279 — 121. 

Chriscaden, Alex W. : See — 

Kendall. George A., and Chriscaden. 

Chrisman, Charles M. 2,685,690, Cl. 2 — 1. 

Chrisman. Elmer P. 2,687,846, Cl. 232 — 35. 

Chrisman, John L., and G. F. Nicholson, to Byron Jackson 
Co. 2,695,189, Cl. 294 — 90. 

Christen, Andrg, Limeil-Brevannes, France, 
cutting screw threads. 2,668,303, Feb. 9. 

Christensen, Albert J., Long Beach, Calif. 
2,669.508. Feb 16. 

Christensen, Boyd C. : See — 

Woodward, Leslie R., and Christensen. 

Christensen, Carl F. : See — 

Jackson, Theodore F. 2,688,893. 

Christensen, Carl O., Walnut Creek, assignor to Roll-Rite 
Corporation. Oakland. Calif. Wheel. 2,671.488. Mar. 9. 

Christensen, Chester W., to Monsanto Chemical Co. 
2,691,016, Cl. 260 — 247. 

Christensen, Einar, to International Standard Electric 
Corp. 2.686.842, Cl. 179—27. 

Christensen, Emil C. 2,677,832, Cl. 5 — 93. 

Christensen, Harold A. 2.694,208. Cl 5 — 122. 

Christensen, Henry M. 2,698,274, CI. 195 — 36. 

Christensen, Howard, assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated. 2,674,583, Cl. 252 — 490. 

Christensen, Howard, and G. K. Teal, to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories. Inc. 2,692.839, Cl. 148 — 1.5. 

Christensen. Kaj S., Norwalk, Conn. Method and appara- 
tus for producing pinking shears. 2,669.133. Feb. 16. 

Christensen, Leo M., Lincoln, Nebr., assignor of fifteen 
per cent to R. J. Norton, Washington, D. C. Processing 
safflower seed. 2,667,499. Jan. 26. 

Christensen Machine Co., The : See — 

Belluehe, Elmer W., and Bohn. 2,693,595. 
Watson. George F. 2.697.281. 

Christensen, Oscar E. 2,674,148, Cl. 84 — 382. 

Christensen, Owen A. : See — 

Rowland, Clare B., and Christensen. 2,687,678. 

Christensen. Paul M. : See — 

Cole, Thomas M., and Christensen. 2.681,396. 

Christensen, Paul M., West Orange, assignor to Federal 
Electric Products Company, Essex County, N. J Auto- 
matic circuit breaker. 2,668,213, Feb. 2. 



Fastener device. 2,666,971, 



2,686,116. 



Machine for 
Fuel mixer. 



94 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Electric Products Co. 



Electric Products 
Electric Products 



Co. 
Co. 

Co. 



Cbrlstensen, Paul M., to Federal 

2,081. 9G(!, CI. 200— 1G8. 
Clirisn"ii.-;cn, I'aul M., to Federal 

2,()Si).27S, 01. 200 — 73. 
Christouson, Paul M., to Federal 

CI. 2O0 — 151. 

I'aul -M., to Federal Electric Pioducts 
CI. 200— IIG. 

Sidney O., to American Car and Foundry Co. 
— -99 

2,(597.233, CI. 5—131. 
, Ilclmer G. 2,087,705, CI. 116 — 135. 
, .Tohn C, to United States Motors Corp. 
CI. 290 — 1. 

Eoger M., assignor to Pittsburgh Plate Glass 
2,679,503, CI. 260—397.25. 

IJ., to Clevite Corp. 2,694,145. CI. 



2.689,291 

ChristoiLsen, 
2,()9(i,540, 

Christensen, 

2.082,070, CI. 10 

Clii'istonson, Ben M. 

C'liristiMiiMUi, 

Cliristciisdii, 
2,088,704, 

Christenson, 
Company. 

Christian, Dean 
2."')0— 2-. . 

Cliristian, Raymond A., to Ttie National Cash Register Co. 
2,686,013, CI. 242—55. 

Christian. Kaymond A.. J. R. Ganger, J. H. Crawford, and 
H. C. Johnson, assifrnors to The National Cash Register 
Company, Dayton, Ohio. Tabulating mechanism for ac- 
counting machines. 2,666,517, Jan. 19. 

Christian. Raymond A., and P. H. Williams, to The Na- 
tional Cash Register Co. 2,687,252, CI. 235 — 60.47. 

Christian, Rodney E., to Kerr Mfg. Co. 2,695,452, CI. 
32—48. 

Christian, William N. 2.092,007, CI. 15.5 — 1. 

Christiance, Harry C. 2,679,132, CI. 56— 119. 

Christiansen. Christian, and G. O. K. Rusch. 2,696,837, 
CI. 139—13. 

Christiansen, Erwood B. 2,680,395, CI. 81 — 17. 

Christiansen, George H., Newark, N. J. Producing clam 
chowder. 2,672,421, Mar. 16. 

Christiansen, William F. 2,694,847, CI. 25—128. 

Christianson, Conrad J., to The Sherwin-Williams Co. 
2,681,326, CI. 260 — 39. 

Christianson, Martin E., I. E. Lofving, and W. J. Fanelli. 
2,686,973, CI. 33—98. 

Christie, Bernard A. 2,692,010, CI. 155—119. 

Christie, Cleve F.. assignor of ten per cent to D. A. Har- 
rison, Knosville, Tenn. Antifouling anchor. 2,669,962, 
Feb. 23. , „ 

Christie, Cleve F., assignor of ten per cent to D. A. Har- 
rison Knoxville, Tenn. Antifouling anchor. 2,669,963, 
Feb. 23. 

Christie. Douglas P. 2,677,914, C\. 46 — 17. 

Christie, Robert C. Palm Beach, Fla. Fuel tank for heli- 
copters. 2,070,049. Feb. 23. _ „,.„.,. 

Christman, John M., Grosse Pointe Woods, Mich. Method 
and means for burring or chamfering gears. 2,668,480, 
Feb. 9. „ , ^ 

Christman, Paul, Belmont, assignor to Bemiss-Jason Com- 
pany, San Francisco, Calif. Wallboard tape. 2,667,822, 
Feb. 2. 

Christopher, George L. M., and F. Tarantino, assignors to 
American Cyanamid Company. 2,675,320, CI. 106—32. 

Christopher, George L. M., and F. Tarantino, assignors to 
American Cvanamid Company. 2,675,321. CI. 106 — 32. 

Christopher, John W. 2.0SS.6S9. CI. 240—10. 

Christophersen, Clarence E., assignor to Marman Products 
Company. Inc., Los Angeles, Calif. Axially tightening 
b.ind clamp. 2.665.094, Jan. 5. 

Christophersen, Clarence E., assignor to Marman Products 
Company, Inc. 2,679,993, CI. 248—27. 

Christophersen, Clarence E. 2.083,051. CI. 292—250.09. 

Christophersen, Kenneth E., assignor to George Gorton 
Machine Co., Racine, Wis. Pantograph mechanism. 
2.672,110, Mar. 10. 

Christy, Guv S. 2.082.005, CI. 2—153. 

ChristV, William O., to E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. 
2,096,147, CI. 92 — 44. ' 

Chromatic Television Laboratories, Inc., assignee : See — 
Lawrence, Ernest O. 
Lawrence. Ernest O. 2.092,.532. 
Lawrence. Ernest O. 2,095.372. 
Okolicsanyi, Ferenc. 2,082,571. 
Zaphiropoulos, Renn. 2,683,833. 

Chromy. Beniamin J., Washington. D. C. Rapidly heating 

electric solderinc tool. 2,071,845. Mar. 9. 
Chronic. Clarence C. and C A. Shaffer, to Lever Motors 
Corp. 2.090,808, CI. 123—32. 

Chrysler Corp. : See — 
Ackerman. Paul C. 
Ball, Donald T. 
Ball, Thomas M. 
Ball. Thomas M. 2.692.051. 
Bertelsen. Arthur E. 2.092,793. 
Brugler, Richard L. 2,697,921. 



Butterfield. John P 
Butterllold. John P. 
Butterfield, John P. 
Butterfield, .John P. 



Chrysler Corp. : See — Continued. 

Gilfillaii. llenrv W.. and Patrick. 2,695,695. 

Greenlee, Ilarrv H. 2.(i,S",198. 

Halberg, Robert W. 2,080,505. 

Hamacrier, Murrell L. 2,684,277. 

lligble, Alan L. 

Huebner, George J.. Jr., and Borden. 2,683,583. 

Ilunler, William A., and Cousino. 2,684.092. 

lavelli, Teno. 2,695,696. 

Janeway, Robert N. 

Janeway, Robert N. 2,690,818. 

Janeway, Robert N., and Van Der Sluys. 

Joininy, Walter E., and Olson. 

Keller, Kaufman T. 2,675,065. 

Kent. Philip J. 

Knocke, Louis T. 2,087,228. 

Lamb, Ernest P. 

Lamb. Ernest P. 2,684,204. 

Lewton, Ross E., and Ball. 

McXitt, Lewis F. 2.(i87.S00. 

Nims. Paul T., and ChadUewicz. 

Platner, John B. 2. 080. 510. 

Platner, John B. 2,680,511. 

Raes, Oscar M. 2,690,820. 

Renter, Conrad. 2,078,210. 

Robinson, Maurice C. 2,675,102. 

Sheppard, William L. 2.097,363. 

Smith, Robert H., and Van Haltern. 

Smith, Robert H., and Van Haltern. 2,687,278. 

Stemler, Ignatius J. 2,690,684. 

Straky. John X. 2.078.025. 

Sturtevant, Mark J., Weertman, and Brown. 

Summers, Robert F. 2.680,427. 

Terry, Rex A., and Kuehn. 

Terry, Sydney L. 

White, Andrew R., and Summers. 2,080,387. 

Wyeth, Nathaniel. 

Zierer, Wallace E. 2,680,592. 
Chrystie, Henry. Lexington, assignor to Hermon Hosmer 
Scott. Inc.. Cambridge. Mass. Electric and electronic 
instrument and assemlilv. 2,071.134, Mar. 2. 
Chu. Chi C. to Westinghouse Air Brake Co. 2,691,093. 

CI. 246—219. 
Chubb, Lovde N. : See — 

Olofsson, Gustav A., and Chubb. 2,679,999. 
Chubb, .Melvin F.. to United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of the Army. Re. 23,883, CI. 
130—100. 

F.. to The Eagle-Picher Co 



2.084.131. 

2.087.192. 

and Gilfillan. 
Carpentier, Melbourne L.. and Drinkard. 2,086,500. 
Caton, Joseph D. 2,680,475. 
Ciiskie. Herman C. 
Dickason. .John W. 2,098.118. 
Drinkard. William F. 
Drink.ird. William E. 2,686,509. 
Duff. Robert H., and Terry. 
Edwards, Arthur H. 2,687,015. 
Flemming. Albert E. 
Forman, Louis B. 2,690,824. 



The Eagle-Picher Co. 
Calif. 



2,684,395. 

2,684,481, 

Convertible 



Chubb. Melvin 

CI. 130—90. 
Chubb, Melvin F., to 

CI. 130—112. 
Chuck, Thomas S., San Francisco, 

bonnet. 2,073,350, Mar. 30. 
Chun. Gavne. 2,096.004. CI. 30 — 14. 
Chunk-E-Nut Products Co. of Philadelphia, Inc. : See — 

Drutt. William. 2,693,833. 
Church, Albert E., to Union Mfg. Co. 2,684,251, CI. 

279 — 110. 
Church. Albert, and H. Greenlaw, to Edlo, Inc. 2,696,401, 

CI. 294—87.2. 
Church. Dagfrid H. : See — 

Kaiser. Donald W., and Church. 2,697,727. 
Church. Donald R. : Sec — 

Hart, David K., and Church. 2.688,248. 
Church, J. Frank, to Phillips Petroleum Co. 2,692,702, 

CI. 222—1. 
Church, Herbert B., Delmar, N. Y. Curtain rod device. 

2,673,704, Mar. 30. 
Church. James M. : See — 

Johnson, Ernest W., and Church. 
Church, Joseph H., Austin, Minn., and G. J. Kessenich, 

Madison. Wis. Apparatus for the use of shaped explo- 
sive charges. 2.007.836. Feb. 2. 
Church. Joseph H., and G. J. Kessenich. 2,682,834. Cl. 

102—20. 
Church, Maynard D., assignor to Worthington Corpora- 
tion. 2.674.854. Cl. 60-102. 
Church, Richard D., 33i,s<~'n to M. T. Broyles and 16%% 

to J. R. Lackev. Jr. 2.092.991. Cl. 4 — 187. 
Church Walter L., Houston, Tex. Reversing tool. 

2,670,181. Feb. 23. 
Church. Walter L. 2.691,383, Cl. 137—155. 
Churchill. Charles H. 2.0,^4.252. CI. 280-11.37. 
Churchill, (^eorcre R. 2. 087. 002, CI. 51—193. 
Churchill, Harold E.. to The Studebaker Corp. 2,680,9a4, 

Cl. 00—54. 
Churchill, John W., Kenmore, N. Y., assignor to Mathleson 

Chemical Corporation. Purifying perchloromethylmer- 

captan. 2.666.081, .Tan. 12. 
Churchill. John W.. and B. B. Schaeffer, assignors to 

Mathieson Chemical Corporation. 2,680,092, Cl. 

204 — 158. 
Churchill, Ralph IT. 2,080,903, CI. 07—27. 
Churchill Wilmer H., assignor to United-Carr Fastener 

Corporation. 2.078.798. Cl. 248—301. 
Churchill. Wilmer H.. to Unlted-Carr Fastener Corp. 

2.683.258. CI, 339 — 94. 
Churohmnn. Nellie : See — 
Churchman, Russell C. 
Churchman, Russell C. 2,680,591. 
Churchman. Russell C. 2.687,841. 



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LIST OF PATENTEES 



95 



Churchman, Russell C, deceased. Des Moines, by N. 
Churchman, executrix, Folic County. Iowa. Electrical 
actuation means for valves or the iilve. 2,CGC,lli7, Jan. 
12. 
Churchman. Russell C, deceased ; X. Churchman, execu- 
trix. 2.GS0.591, CI. 251—53. 
Churchman. Uiissell C. deceased (N. Churchman, execu- 
trix). 2,GS7,S41. CI. 230—24. 
Chute. Waiter J. : Sep — 

Wright. George F.. and Chute. 2,678,927. 
Cliyba. .losepli A., assignor to Hydro-Form Corporation. 

2,«7S.003. Ci. 137- -791. 
Chybn. Joseph A., to Hydro-Form Corp. 2.G9G,1S3, Ci. 

113 — 14. 
Chvnoweth. John L., to E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. 

•.}.6S9,9S2. CI. 18-57. 
Cliytii. Franlc S. : See — 

Gross, Franl< C. and Chytil. 
Ciaccio, Peter L.. to Flexible Sewer Rod Equipment Co. 

2.G89.705, CI. 248— 34G. 
Ciaio. Joseph A. 2,G9G,GS3, CI. 3G — 76. 
Ciamhriello, Sam : .s^cc — 

Artese. Dominicl<. and Ciamhriello. 2.694,880. 
Ciana. Jean, assignor to Lapanouse S. A.. Bubendorf, near 
Hasjol, Switzerland. Center seconds chronograpli. 
2,671.308. Mar. 9. 
Ciba Ltd. ; Scf — 

Anderau, Walter. 2.676,956. 

Aiulerau. Waller, aiul Seitz. 2,693,467. 

Harman. Pierre. 

Brassol. .Tacob. 2,683.707. 

Gams, Alphonse. Krause, Preiswerlc, Widmer, and 

Wieland. 2.682.490. 
Geiger. Max. Usteri. and Graenacher. 2,693,494. 
Goer.g. Alfred, and Grob. 2,692,276. 
Grdlat. Maurice, and Kern. 
Grossmann. Paul, and Kern. 2,691,027. 
Guertter. Peter, and Uupeiti. 2.(;90.398. 
Gunst. Raymond 

2.686.175-2,686,179. 
2,696.486. 



Giinst, Raymond. 
Gunst. Raymond. 
Hanhart, Walter. 
Hanhart, Walter. 
Hanhart. Walter. 
Hanliarr. Walter. 



2.676,959. 
2,680,101. 
2,685,495. 



See- 



2,676,958. 

2.689,243. 
2.693,464. 

Jenny, Walter, and Kern. 2,685,591. 

Koch, Jacob, and Kern. 2,695,296. 

Liechtl. Hans W. 

Moerceli. Ediiard. Sutter, and Kern. 2.693,473. 

Porret, Daniel. 2,679,530. 

Porret. Daniel. 2.683.734. 

Riat. Henri. 2.696.48.^. 

Rossi. Carlo. 2.689.792. 

Ruegg. Rudolf, and Zollinger. 

Schibler. Luzius. and Laely. 

Wegmann. Jacques, and Menzi. 

Wettstein. Walter. 2.686,010. 

Wettstein. Waiter. 2.686.184. 

Widmer, Willy, and ZicUcndraht. 2.674,515. 

Widmer. Willy. Ziokendralit. and Bueliler. 

Wlzinger, Robert. 

Zlckendraht. Christian, and Buehler. 

Zollinger, Heinrich, and Ruegg. 
Ciba Pharmaceutical Pmrtncts. Inc. 

Bedford. John G. 2,679,469. 

Hoffmann. Karl, and Tagmann. 

Huebner Ch.irles F. 

Huebner. Charles F. 2.697.728. 

Huebner, Charles F.. and Scholz. 2.686,806. 

Huebner. Charles F.. and Scholz. 2.688,039. 

Lanzilotti. Anthonv E.. Shabioa. and Ziegler. 

Jliescher. Karl, and Billeter. 2,689,856. 

Mieseher, Karl, and Marxer. 

Miescher, Karl, and Meystre. 2,679,502. 

Mieseher, Karl, and Schmidlin. 

Miescher. Karl, and Urech. 2.691,658. 

Miescher. Karl, and Wieland. 

Miescher, Karl, and Wieland. 2.674,605. 

Miescher. Karl, Heer, Schmidlin, and Wieland. 

Neher, Rol)ert. 

Xeher. Robert. 2.67S.92S. 

Sury. Ernst, and Hoffmann. 
Cicero. Frank. Lo.^ Angeles. Calif. Plaving card dealing 

device. 2.666.646. Jan. 19. 
Cicero. Frank. 2.697.536. CI. 220—30. 
Cicogna. Ernest G. 2.698.119. Ci. 224 — 42.43. 
Cielesz. Walter J. 2.678.653. CI. 132—37. 
Cier. Harry E.. Baytown. Tex., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Standard Oil Development Companv, Elizaheth. 
X. J. Treatment of sulfonyl chlorides. 2.665.305. 
Jan. 5. 
Cier. Harry E.. and H. G. Schutze. to Standard Oil De- 
velopment Co. 2.683.076. CI. 23—154. 
Cieslicki. Marion E.. and P.. .T. Xelson. to the United States 
of America as represented bv the tjnited States Atomic 
Energy Commission. 2.692,823. CI. 75 — 134. 
Cigan. Andrew, and W. Duty. 2.678,830. CI. 280 — 124. 
Cigarette Components Ltd. : See — 

Bunzl. Hugo. 2,685..344. 

Clgllano, Louis A., assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion. 2.679.931, CI. 207—6. 



Cilag. Ltd. : See— 

Suter. Hans. 2,674. .V.)9. 
Suter, Hans, and Hablcht. 2.098,320, 
I'tzlngcr, Gustav K. 2,68S,.')84. 
Cinch Mfg. Corp. : Sec — 

Del Camp. Scipione M. 2.694,799. 
Del Camp. Scipione -M. 2.697,210. 
Peters. Arthur C. 
Cincinnati Butchers' Supply Co., The : See — 
Schmidt, Carl O., Jr. 
Ward. Michael F. 2.694.420. 
Zaenkert, Frederick A. 2.674.762. 
Cincinnati ("hemical Works Incorporated, assignee: Scr — 

Monnior. liobcrt P. 
Cincinnati Milling Macliine Co., The : See — 
Evans. Wendell 1. 2.686.650. 
Haas, Frederick S., and Trible. 
Hassinan, Fred A. 2.690.097. 
Hnwipy. Amos II.. Sr. 2,682,941. 
Horlacher, Herman. 
Ilorlachor. Herman. 2.696,145. 
Logeman, Frederick C. 2.681.533. 
Martellotti. Mario. 2.674,160. 
Martellotti, Mario, and Mehlhope. 2,675,743. 
Plimmer. Alfred G. 
Roehm. lOrwin G. 
Roehm. Erwin G. 2,682.202. 
Koelmi. Erwin G. 2.606.01)6. 
Cincinnati Mine Machinery Co.. The : See — 

Bruestle. Armin O. 2,686,663. 
Cinderey, Norman S. : See — 

Starr, Arthur T.. W'hite, Cinderey, Matthews, and 
Cooke. 2,680,220. 
Cine-Devices, Inc.. assiunee : See — 

Williams, Richard M. 2.674.009. 

Cines, Martin R., Knoxville, Tenn., assignor to Phillips 

Petroleum Company. Separation of aldehydes from 

aliphatic hydrocarbons by azeotropic distillation with 

perfluoroeompounds. 2,667,450, Jan. 26. 

Cines, Martin R., to Phillips Petroleum Co. 2,682,448, 

CI. 23 — 209.1. 
Cines, Martin R. 

CI. 260—648. 
Cines. Martin R. 

CI. 202—42. 
Cines, Martin R. 

CI. 260 — 653. 
Cines, Martin R 



2,679,956. 

2.687.578. 
2.696,014. 

See- 



to Phillips Petroleum Co. 2,691,052, 

to Phillips Petroleum Co. 2.092,227, 

to Phillips Petroleum Co. 2,695,321, 

and J. T. Roach, assignors to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. 2,676,873, CI. 23 — 209.9. 
Cines, Martin R., and R. J. Hogan, to Phillips Petroleum 

Co. 2.696.497, CI. 260—500. 
Circle X Antenna Corporation, assignee : See — 

Hickson. William F.. and AIcGough. 
Ciscel, Benjamin H., assignor to Minneapolis-Honeywell 

Regulator Company. 2,676.290. CI. 318 — 29. 
Cisco, Edward S.. assignor to Standard Railway Equip- 
ment Manufacturing Company. 2,679,418, CI. 292 — 
256.5. 
Cislak. Francis E. : See — 

Sutherland. Leslie H.. and Cislak. 
Cisne, Luther E., assignor to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 

Incorporated. 2,679,570. CI. 219 — 1. 
Cissell. W. M., Mfg. Co., Inc. : See — 

Kirchner. Herman C. 

Richterkessing, Frank H. 

Riehterkossing. Frank H. 

Richterkessing. Frank H. 
Cities Service Oil Company, assignee : 

Hatfield, James R. 

Willke. Louis G.. Malm, and Malakoff. 
Cities Service Research and Development Co. : See — 

Anderson. Thomas, and Levitt. 

Kleene. Richard D., and Hughes. 2,698,341. 

Milsom, Daniel. 
City National Bank & Trust Company, executor: See — 

Peterson. Christen J. 
City Tank Corp. : See — 

Calamore. John P. 2,692.062. 
Cival. Hendrik A. : See — 

Keulen, Gerben J., Kool, and Cival. 2,675,233. 
Cizek. Albert W., Jr. : See — 

Ramos, Thomas. Cizek. and Weiss. 
Clack. Frances J. : See — 

Walters. Richard H. 2.692.440. 
Claessens. Louis. 2,697.530, CI. 214 — 516. 
Claesson, Per H. E. : See — 

Johansson. Karl L.. and Claesson. 
Claflf. Chester E.. and C. A. Moeller. to M. B. Claflf & Sons, 

Inc. 2.682.909. CI. 154 — 1.7. 
Claff. M. B.. & Sons. Inc. : See — 

Claff. Chester E.. and Moeller. 2.682.909. 
Claflin. Harlan W.. assignor of one-half to T. R. Claflin, 
Bakersfield. Calif. Camper's storage cabinet. 2,667,398, 
Jan. 26. 
Claflin. T. R., assignee : See — 

Claflin. Harlan W. 
Clagett. Thomas E. 2.689.424. CI. 41—22. 
Clair Manufacturing Companv. Inc., assignee: See — 

Burt. William C. 2.677,219. 
Clair. Roger P. : See — 

Bouvier, Gabriel S.. and Clair. 2.691.003. 
Glancv. Robert F.. to Faximile. Inc. 2.692.228. CI. 204 — 2. 
Clanton. Albert R., to North Hollywood Concrete Tile Co. 
2.682.093. CI. 2.5 — 103. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Clailton. GeorKe V. : Sec — 

Consolo. Michael D.. nnd Clanton. 2,094,538. 

Clapp. Daniel B., Somerton, assignor to Procter Electric 
Company, Plilladelphla. Pa. Thermal wattage con- 
troller. 2,073,444, Mar. 30. 

Clapp, llonrv 11., and K. J. lX>nney, to The GUlon Co., Inc. 
2,098,272, CI. 154 — 110. 

Clapp, llcniinn (!. : ^'fc — 

Sturlettc, Golcy R., and Clapp. 2,093,094. 

Clapp, James K., Cambrldce. Mass., C. P. Spaulding, 
Pasadena, Calif., and B. E. Watt, Houston, Tex. ; said 
Watt and said Spaulding assignors, by mesne assign- 
ments, to the United States of America as represented 
by the Secretary of War. Single side band mixer for 
moving target indicating radar systems. 2,006,141, 
Jan. 12. 

Clapp, Roger E., to the United States of America as repre- 
sented bv the Secretary of Navy. 2,691,760, CI. 333 — 21. 

Clapper, Clydo E. 2,G9(>,t>49, CI. 24 — 243. 

Clapson, William J., and E. W. .Vnitliauer, assignors to The 
Eagle-Piclier Company. 2,077,621, CI. 106 — 297. 

Claras, Carl W., to Revere Camera Co. 2,082,578. CI. 
179_100.2. 

Claras, Carl W., and T. Wickstrom. assignors to Revere 
Camera Company. 2.080,232, CI. 333—28. 

Clardv. Le Kov, to Swift & Co. 2,082,G.")3, CI. 340 — 238. 

Claridge, Elmond L.. and N. J. Poecking, to Shell Develop- 
ment Co. 2.082,395. CI. 261 — 114. 

Claridge, John T. : Ncc — 

Box, William E., Claridge. and Turnock. 2,690,203. 
Box, William E., Claridge, and Turnock. 2.093,279. 

Claridge, Robert A. : Sec — 

Davis, Harold C. and Claridge. 2.693.304. 

Clarin, John H.. Oak Park, assignor to Clarin Mfg. Co., 
Chicago, 111. Chair and tablet arm assembly. 2,604,943, 
Jan. 5. 

Clarin, John H., assignor to Clarin Mfg. Co. 2,075,062. 
CI. 155 — 125. 

Clarin Mfc. Co.. assignee : f'ri'— 
Clarin, John H. 2,675,062. 

Clark, Adna R.. assismor to International Harvester Com- 
pany. 2.677.251, CI. 02 — 117.1. 

Clark, Adna R.. and C. B. Sulcek. to International Har- 
vester Co. 2,682,750. CI. 62—117.3. 

Clark. Alfred, to Phillips Petroleum Co. 2,689,252, CI. 
260 — 149.0. 

Clark. Alfred S.. Beverly, l^Iass.. assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Fleniineton. N. J. Machine for 
operating" upon insoles. 2,070,480, Mar. 2. 

Clark. Alfred S., to United Shoe Machinery 
2.688,759. CI. 12 — 146. 

Clark, Alfred S., to United 
2,090,574, CI. 12—17. 

Clark. Alfred S., to United 
2,093.607. CI. 12 — 20.2. 

Clark, Benjamin F., assignor to B. I. du Pont de Nemours 
and Company. 2,676,938, CI. 260 — 29.6. 

Clark. Bryce I-. : Scr — 

Tavlor. Nelson W., and Clark. 

Clark. Carleton L.. and C. Vicario, to The Rotareald Corp. 
2.085.937. CI. 183 — 2.5. 

Clark Charles C, assignor to Mathieson Chemical Corpora- 
tion. 2,680,073, CI. 23—190. 

Clark. Ch.irlps 'SI. 2,089.994, CI. 24 — 159, 

Clark, Charles W.. and B. H. Morrison, assignors to 
Noranda Mines Limited. Re. 23,825. CI. 18 — 1. 

Clark, Chester G., to The Udylite Corp. 2,696,122, 



Shoe Machinery 
Shoe Machinery 



Corp. 
Corp. 
Corp. 



CI. 



74—110. 
Clark, riande 

2,683.086. CI. 
Clark. Claude 

2,686,115, CI 



I... to The Timken Roller Bearing Co. 
75—126. 

L.. to The Timken Roller Bearing Co. 
7.5—120. 
Clark Controller Company, The : Sec — 

Few, William, and Pearson. 2,092,318. 
Clark, David L., to General Electric Co. 2,683,303, CI. 

08—12. 
Clark. David M. : See — 

Ponlo, Forrest R., and Clark, 2,078,040. 
Clark, Davton P.. Jr., Somerville, N. J., assignor to Gulf 
Resparrh & Develonmont Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Cutting oils. 2,070,330. Feb. 23. 
Clark. Earl H. 2.097.252. CI. 18-18. 

Clark Earl K.. Mansfield, Ohio, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Cornnrntir>n. Fast Pittsburgh, Pa. Washing 
apparatus. 2,668.091, Feb. 2. 
Clark Earl K. assignor to Westinghouse Electric Corpo- 
ration, 2,679,203': CI. 99—327. 
Clark, Earl K., assignor, by mesne assignments, to the 
United States of America" as represented by the Secre- 
tary of the Navv. 2,680,407, CI. 102-70.2. 
Clark; Earl K., and T. C. Appleman. to the United States 
of America as represented bv the Secretary of the Navy. 
2.692.957, CI. :U0 — 150, 
Clark, Earnest H., Jr. : See — 

Conrad, Martin B., and Clark. 2,675,876. 
Clark, Earnest H., Jr., Long Beach, assignor to Baker Oil 
Tools, Inc., Vernon, Calif. Lock device for well tools. 
2,071,513. Mar. 9. 
Clark. Edward, Chicago, 111. Storage battery plate sep- 
arator. 2,609.599, Feb. 16. 
Clark. Edward B,. Milford. Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Support bracket. 2,670,915, Mar. 2. 
Clark. Edward H. : gee — 

Miner, Samuel S., and Clark. 2,698,273. 



Clark Kiiuii)ment Co. : Sec — 

Backofon. E. Ryan, and Zorn. 2.678.743. 
Bixby. hon A. 

Burru.s. Robert E.. Elliott, and Turner. 2,697.491. 
Cook, Charles A., and Eaton. 2,090.086. 
1 hinhani. IMnior J. 
Elliott, Morria R.. and Turner. 
Elliott. .Morris K.. and Turner. 2,693.290. 
Lapslov. Robert. 2,077,970. 
Lapslov. Robert. 2.090.244. 
Lapslev, Robert. 2.690,714. 
Marco, (!oori:e P. 2,(190.533. 
Marietta. Carl B, 2.600,271. 
Sherrlff, Fred, 2,683.546. 
Thurow. Robert E. 2,675,935. 
Tumor. tJeorge L. 
Turner, George L, 2,690,700. 
Wight. Delano. Jr. 2.678,141. 
Zorn. Wesley. 2.678,742. 
Clark. Ernest, assignor to Abington Textile Machinery 
Works. Abington. -Mass. Apparatus for selectively 
accumulating noils, short fibers, or other material, from 
a plurality of stations. 2,672,369, Mar. 16. 
Clark. Ernest .\. : Scr^ 

Polk. Louis F.. and Clark. 2,697,964. 
Clark. Everett M. : See — 

Orendorff, John W., and Clark. 2.690.640. 
Clark. Frank G.. assignor to Brown Steel Tank Company. 

2,679.278. CI. 153—2. 
Clark. Frank M.. assicnor to General Electric Company. 

2.679.027. CI. 324 — 05. 
Clark. Frank W.. Rockfall. Conn., and R. T. Stolze. Fort 
Lauderdale. Fla., said Clark assignor to R. J, Hood, 
doing business as Eastern Tool Company. East Hartford. 
Conn. Dressing diamond wheels. 2.664.681. Jan. 5. 
Clark, Franklin, to Hanovia Chemical and Mfg. Co. 

2.694.774, O. 240 — 11.4. 
Clark. Frederick E., and T. C. Feustel. Salinas. Calif., 
assignors to the United States of America as represented 
by tlie Secretary of .Vgriculture. Treating rubber ob- 
tained from rnbher-bearin!: plants. 2.665.317. Jan. 5. 
Clark, Frederick G., assignor of one-half to W. Stevenson, 
Buffalo, N. T. Magnetic socket wrench. 2.671.369, 
Mar. 9. 
Clark. Frederick G., assignor of one-half to W. Stevenson. 
Buffalo. N. Y. Magnetic hammer. 2.671.483. Mar. 9. 
Clark. Frederick G.. assicnor of one-half to W. Stevenson, 

Buffalo, N. T. Magnetic tool. 2,671,484. Mar. 9. 
Clark. Frederick G.. assignor of >6 to W. Stevenson. 

2.677.294. CI. 81—125. 
Clark, George A. 2.681.038, CI. 119 — 23. 
Clark. George E. : Src — 

Thompson. Clarpnoe S and Clark. 
Clark, George M. 2,679,078, CI. 22—5.5. 
Clark. Georce M.. 33H<rr to R. L. Arterbury. and 33%% to 

B. P. Arterlnirv. 2.690,257, CI. 106 — 99. 
Clark. Harold A. : See — 

Gordon. Arthur F.. and Clark. 2.696.480. 
Clark, Harold A., assignor to Dow Corning Corporation. 
Midland. Mich. Rakinc pan. coating compounds, and 
preparation and bakins. 2.672.104. Mar. 16, 
Clark, Harold A., assicrnor to Dow Corning Corporation. 
Midland. Mich. Baking pan. coating compounds, and 
preparation and bakin::. 2.072.105, Mnr. 16. 
Clark. Herbert B.. to Vascoloy-Ramet Corp. 2.697,272, 

CI. 29—96. 
Clark, Jniiips. 2,683.9.<?9. CI. 7.3— Sns. 
Clark. James D.. and A. L. Mottet. to The Long-Bell 

Lumber Co. 2.689,092. CI. 241—28. 
Clark, James d'A.. Lonirview. Wash. Method and means 
for indicating product deterioration. 2,671.028. Mar. 2. 
Clark. Jnnips d'A,. to A. B. Dick Co. 2,698.271. CI. 

154 — 101. 
Clark. .Tames M. ; See — 

Carothers. William F.. and Clark. 2,694.451. 
Clark. Jnnips M., to North American Aviation. Inc. 

2,088,455. CI. 244—42. 
Clark, James T, : See — 

Riordan, .John A, 2,697.583, 
Clark. Jared W,. to TTnion Carbide and Carbon Corp, 

2.085.000. CI. 260—653. 
Clark. Jesse H., to Cory Corp., Chicago. 111. 2,692.937. 

CI. 219 — 14. 
Clark. John. Berkeley, Calif. Engraving device. 

2.668,355. Feb. 9. 
Clark. John .\.. Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to The Reliance 
Electric and Fncrineerins Company. Speed control cir- 
cuit, 2.605 402. Jan 5, 
Clark. John D,. assismor to The Hlnde & Dauch Paper 

Company. 2,675,168. CI. 229 — 44. 
Clark. John R.. i-'> to T. Somerville. III. trustee. 

2.689.391 CI. 2.5 — 132. 
Clark. John R.. Dallas. Tex.. J. W. Coursen, Merrick. N. T.. 
and C. G. Jordan. New Haven. Conn., assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to the United States of America as 
represented bv the Secretar.v of the Naw. Catapult 
hook inoohanism. 2,670,156, Feb. 23. 
Clark, John T. : See — 

•Johnson. Carroll W., and Clark, 2,081.690. 
Clark. John W.. assisrnor to Collins Radio Company. 

2.675.222. CI. 265—27. 
Clark. Kathleen J. 2.093,0.54, CI. 40 — 1.5. 
Clark, Kendall. 2.693.031. CI. 33 — 49. 
Clark. Kendall. 2,695.510. CI. 68—23. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



97 



Harned, and Clark. 



mesne assignments 
as represented by 



to 
the 



to Merck & Co., 
esters of aniino- 



Clark. Kendall, to General Electric Co. 2,695,460. CI. 

34 — 75. 
Clark, Kenneth C. 2,674,393, CI. 2-24—42.22. 
Clark. Kenneth .7. IV : Sfc^ 

Coopor, ISiusil v.. Clark, and r.radshaw. 2.69.1740. 
Clark. Kenneth K., to Whirlwind, Inc. 2,682,142, CI. 

oO — 2o,"). 
Clark, Lucian J.. as.«ignee : See — 

Avery. Steven B. 
Clark. .Mary ('. : See — 

Cunnin.i;liain, Raymond W. 
2.tiTS.2i)(>. 
Clark, Molvllle. Jr.. assignor, by 
the I'uited States of America 
Secretary of the Navy. 2.67S.835. CI. 285- 
Clark. Murray P. : See — 

neeker. Leonard R., and Clark. 
Clark, Nelson O. 2.677.039, CI. 219—26. 
Clark. Nelson O. 2,679,566, CI. 200 — 137. 
Clark. Nelson O. 2,6SS,0t>j, CI. 219 — 4. 
Clark, Nelson O.. and U. R. Wightman, to Eastern Electric. 

Inc. 2.fi!).-|.3ST. CI. 3^56—107. 
Clark. OTonnorT. 2.683,451. CI. 12S — 24.1. 
Clark, Robert B.. assignor to Hospital Picture Service Cor- 
poration. 2.679.790, CI. 95 — 31. 
Clark. Robert K., to K. I. du Pout de Nemours and Co. 

2.683,072. CI. 18—54. 
Clark. Robert E.. to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. 

2.686.104. CI. 18 — 54. 
Clark, Robert E., Jr. 2.690.897, CI. 255—76. 
Clark. Robert H., assignee : See — 

Wilson, Harry C. 
Clark, Robert L., Woodbridge, assignor 
Inc., Rahwav, N. J. Alkanolc acid 
alcohols. 2.668,814. Feb. 9. 
Clark, Stanley M. : See — 

Bosomworth. George P.. and Clark. 
Clark. Thomas P. 2.691.217. CI. 30 — 50. 
Clark, Tonimie M. 2.683,322, CI. 43—17.2. 
Clark. Truman B. : See — 

Sheidler. Robert O., and Clark. 2.678.544. 
Sheldler. Robert Q., and Clark. 2,683,795. 
Clark, Virgil R. : See — 

Streich. Philip A., Tait, and Clark. 2,685,705. 
Clark. Walter M., North Redondo, assignor to Northrop 
Aircraft. Inc., Hawthorne. Calif. Film viewer. 
2,665,608, Jan. 12. 
Clark. Warren H.. assignor to United Aircraft Products, 

Inc. 2.675,024. CI. 137—622.5. 
Clark. William A., assignor to The Texas Company. 

2.077.428. 01. 166 — 26. 
Clark. William A. 2.6S7.767, CI. 155 — 179. 
Clark. William A., to L. A. Young Spring & Wire Corp. 

2.695.657. CI. 155 — 179. 
Clark. William C. Owensboro, Ky.. assignor to General 
Electric Compan.v. Heating circuit control for elec- 
tric appliances. 2,667,560, Jan. 26. 
Clark. William P., Portland, Oreg. Boat propeller. 

2.667.936. Feb. 2. 
Clark. William H.. near Silvis, 111. Spark gap adjusting 

pliers. 2.670.643. Mar. 2. 
Clark, Willis E., assignee : See — 

Martin. Earnest E. 
Clark, Willis E.. and J. E. Beall. Los Angeles, Calif. 
Air entrainment type popcorn dispenser. 2,668,640, 
Feb. 9. 
Clark. Willis E., and J. E. Beall, Los Angeles, Calif. Ap- 
paratus for ejecting containers and filling popcorn 
thereinto. 2.668.649. Feb. 9. 
Clarke, Allen W.. assignor to American Car and Foundry 

Company. 2,680.503, CI. 189 — 86. 
Clarke. Edgar W., to The Atlantic Refining Co. 



CI. 196 — 14.:<.'i. 
Clarke. Edgar W. 

CI. 71—1. 
Clarke. Edgar W., 

CI. 196 — 17. 
Clarke. Edgar W., 

CI. 196—17. 
Clarke. Edward 

2.665.174, Jan. 



to The Atlantic Refining Co. 
to The Atlantic Refining Co. 
to The Atlantic Refining Co. 



2,684,324. 
2,689,173, 
2,689,205. 
2,689,206, 



L., 
5. 



Scranton, Pa. Multlunit scaffold. 



Clarke, Edward L. 2.689.519, CI. 101—103. 

Clarke. Eric D. 2.673,984, CT. 3—13. 

Clarke. Eric D. 2,675,561, CI. 3—13. 

Clarke, Houghton W., to Mealpack Corp. 2,696,813, CI. 
126—246. 

Clarke, James R. : See — 

Robertson, Alexander, and Clarke. 2,680,119. 

Clarke. James S., East Orange, N. J., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Bellows type expan- 
sion joint and equalizing support therefor. ' 2.667,370, 
Jan. 26. 

Clarke, James S., to Standard Oil Development Co 
2,690,962, CI. 23—288. 

Clarke, James $., to Standard Oil Development Co. 
2.697.334, CI. 62 — 168. 

Clarke. John F. G.. 2.693.384. 01. 294 — 1. 

Clarke, John T., to Ethyl Corp. 2,691.625. CI. 202 — 16. 

Clarke. John T.. S. N. Hall, and P. E. Weimer. to Ethvl 
Corp. 2.690.458. CI. 260—650. 

Clarke. Kenneth K. 2,675.430. CI. 179 — 100.2. 

284920— P 7 



Clarke, Kenneth W., assignor to The De IlaviUand Air- 
craft Company Limited. 2,676,487, 01. 73 — 104. 

Clarke, Lawrence. 2,681,562, 01. 72 — 48. 

Clarke. I'hilip 0., L. B. Glaser. and F. A. Votta. Jr.. to 
Eastern Metals Research Co., Inc. 2,693,328, 01. 
244 -138. 

Clarke. Phillips H., and R. M. Cutts ; said Cutts assor. to 
said Clarke. 2,697.273, CI. 29—261. 

Clarke SuiHJing .Macliino Company, assignee: Sec — 
I'l'torsi'ii, \VilliaiM L. 

Clarke, William C, Jr., to Armco Steel Corp. 
01. 75—134. 

Clarke, Williant C, Jr., to Armco Steel Corp. 
CI. 7.5—125. 

Clarkson, .Mick, Paul's Spur Ariz., assignor 
to Vapor Heating Corporation, Chicago, III. 
cleanoi- lor coil type steam generators. 
Mar. 2. 

Clarkson, Alick, assignor of Vj to Vapor Heating Corpora- 
tion. 2.674,981, CI. 122 — 136. 

Clarkson. Blandiug D. : See- — 

Coponhaver, James E., Clarkson. 
2.677.165. 

H., Coventry, England. 



2,695,844, 

2,697,035, 

of one-half 
Shot blast 
2,670,723, 



and Woods. 



Toolholder. 



United States Rubber Co. 



2.682.994. 
Foundries. 



Clarkson. Frank 
2,667,687. Feb. 1 
Clarkson. Robert J., to 

2.689,449. 01. 57—106. 
Clarostat Mfg. Co., Inc., assignee : See — 

Mucher. George J. 2,676,226. 
Clarry. W. Gerald : Sec — 

Muth. John, Sr., and Clarry. 2,689,378. 

Olarvop. George ^\■., Somerville, N. J., assignor to Johns- 

Jlauville Corporation, New York, N Y. Self-sealing 

shingle. 2.660,402. .Tan. 19. 

Clarvoe, George W., Somerville, and L. M. Pomeroy, 

deceased (by B. A. Pomero.v, administratrix), Newark, 

N. J., assignors to Johns-Manville Corporation, New 

York. N. Y. Self-sealing shingle. 2,667,131, Jan. 26. 

Clary. Frank A.. Jr., and G. N. Willis, to Pioneer Steel 

Ball, Inc. 2,692,046, CI. 209 — 101. 
Clary, Hugh L. : See — 

Boyden, Robert E.. Clary, Eakin, Glennie, Mark, and 
Parsons. 2,677,499. 
Clary, John H. 2,687.679, 01. 94 — 15. 
Clary JIultiplier Corp. : See — 

Boyden, Robert E., Clary, Eakin, Glennie, Mark, and 

Parsons. 2.677,499. 
Boyden. Robert F., Kuhne. and Parsons. 
Clasen, Claus J. W.. to American Steel 

2.682.397. 01. 267—9. 
Claude. Andrfi : See — 

Delrieu. Pierre, and Claude. 2,677,623. 
Claud-Mantle, Arthur, assignor to The Bassick Company. 

2,674,205. 01. 105 — 354. 
Claus, Paul E., W'. T. Nye, and W. C. Rendall, to Gavlord 

Container Corp. 2,690,289. 01. 229 — 52. 
Clans. William H., to Westinghouse Air Brake Co. 

2,681,985, 01. 246—130. 
Clausen. Albert P. 2,691,538. CI. 285 — 168. 
Clausen, Howard F. : See — 

Bozeman. Virgil F., Sr., Sorensen, and Clausen 

2,682.739. 
Bozeman, Virgil P., Sr., Walz. Griff, and Clausen. 
Sorensen, Knud B., and Clausen. 2,688,222. 
Clausen, Howard J., to E. R. Wagner Mfg. Co. 2,684,863, 

CI. 292 — 283. 
Clausen, Robert J. : See — 

Claussen, Richard H. and R. J. 

Clausen. Sigurd, Brooklyn, and J. A. Neumair, Hollls, 

N. Y.. assignors to International Cigar Machinery Co. 

Filler feed control mechanism for cigar machines. 

2,667,171, Jan. 26. 

Clausing, Henry G.. to Vulcan Corp. 2,684,493. CI. 

12—136. 
Clauss. Emil : See — 

Schumann. Herbert, and Clauss. 2,690,725. 
Claussen, Richard H., Gary, and R. J. Claussen. Ham- 
mond, liid. Screen on automobile and truck windows. 
2.665.754, Jan. 12. 
Claussen, William H. : See — 

Cope. John Q.. and Claussen. 
Claver. George C, Jr., to Monsanto 

2,687,442, CI. 260—666.5. 
Clawson. Claude L. 2,697,279, CI. 32^32. 
Clawson, Dwlght, Clatskanie, Oreg. Valve leak detector. 

2,665,580. Jan. 12. 
Clay, Howard W.. assignor to Rockford Inventors, Inc. 

2,674,375. 01. 209—251. 
Clay, Philip E. P., Radcliffe-on-Trent. England. Elastic 

fabric and manufacture thereof. 2,668.565. Feb. 9. 
Clay, Pieter H.. deceased, by J. D. Heijiigers. adminis- 
trator, to Hartford National Bank and Trust Co., as 
trustee. 2,690,899, CI. 257 — 261. 
Clayborne Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 

Olaybornp. Nornmn F. 
Clayborne, Norman F.. assignor to Clayborne Manufactur- 
ing Company, Chicago, 111. Gear assembly. 2,666,335, 
Jan. 19. 

Claybourn. Glen L.. to Westinghouse Electric Corn 

2.691.449. 01. 214—38. 
Claybourn, Glen L., and A. L. Fletcher, to Westinghouse 

Electric Corp. 2,689.293, 01. 200 — 168. 



Chemical Co. 



98 



INDEX OF PATENTS, W'A 



Newberg, to Standard 
CI. 260—28.5. 



Clayden, David O. : See — 

Newman, Edward A., and Clayden. 2,694,521. 
Claydon, Thomas J., and J. J. Smaltz, assignors to 

Researcli Corporation. 2,679,158, CI. 73 — 61. 
Claypool, liobbiiis -M. : .S'cc — 

Bfst, D.ivid M., and Claypool. 2,688,370. 
Claypool, Robbing M., and D. M. Best, assignors to 
Houston Oil Field Material Company, Inc., Houston, 
Te.x. Device for unscrewing pipe. 2,665,888. Jan. 12. 
Clayton Aniline Company Ltd., The, assignee : See — 

Brunner, Ernst, and Hindes. 
Clayton, Uenjamin : See — 

Perlman, David, and Mattiltow. 2,691,011. 
Clayton, Bfiijiunin. 2,678.327, CI. 260 — 428.5. 
Clayton, Benjamin. 2,686,794, CI. 260 — 403. 
Clayton, David P. : See — 

Lewellen, Albert R., Jr., Dledring, Clayton, and 
Falge. 2,686,867. 
Clayton Dewandre Company Limited, assignee : See — 
Edge, Stanley H. 
Edge, Stanley H., and Beet. 
Edge, Stanley H., and Jefifery. 2,680,654. 
Clayton, Erith T., to Peen Plate, Inc. Re. 23,861. CI. 

117—109. 
aayton, Brlth T., to Peen Plate, Inc. 2,689,808, CI. 

117—131. 
Clayton, Harold H., and A. D. Satterthwaite, assignors 
to Essex Wire Corporation, Logansport, Ind. Bulb 
socket assembly embodying means for fastening the same 
in a perforated panel. 2,668,281, Feb. 2. 
Clayton, James O. : See — 

Jensen, Warren, and Clayton. 2.683.168-2,683,169. 
Lowe, Warren, and Clayton. 2,690,999. 
Clayton, Joseph F. : See — 

Krulikoslii. Stanley J., Jr., Manning, and Clayton. 
2,674,691. 
Clayton, Joseph F., and A. Greenfield, to Bendix Aviation 

Corp. 2,682,000, CI. 250 — 83.6. 
Clayton Mfg. Co. : See — 

Arant, Perry. 2,697,868. 
Bennett, Harold L. 
Cline, Edwin L. 
Clayton, Robert E., Jr., and R. G 
Oil Development Co. 2,688,005 
Clayton, Robert P. 2,691,843, CI. 43—57.5. 
Clayton, Temple, Parsippany, E. B. Hershberg, West Or- 
ange, and B. F. Schoen. Union City, assignors to Scher- 
ing Corporation, Bloomfield, N. J. Preparation of 3,12- 
dihydroxy cholenlc acids and their esters. 2,669,571, 
Feb. 10. „ „ ^ 

Clayton, Temple, Parsippany, H. B. Hershberg, West 
Orange, and B. Schoen, Union City, assignors to 
Schering Corporation, Bloomfield, N. J. Preparation of 
cholanic acid derivatives. 2,671,792, Mar. 9. 
Clearfield Machine Company, assignee : See — 

McMurray, Walter E. 2.677,533. 
Clearman, Jack F. 2,685,297, CI. 137—211. 
Clearman, Jack F. 2,685,298, CI. 137—211. 
Clearman, Jack F. 2,692.608. CI. 137—211. 
Clear-View Advertising Dialer Co. : See — 

Fredrickson. David O. 2.682.123. 
Clearwater, Fred B. 2,676,399, CI. 30 — 91. 
Cleary, Dennis E. 2,687,359, CI. 117—25. 
Cleaveland, Leroy A., to United States Instrument Corp. 

2,692,380, CI. 340 — 401. 
Cleaver-Brooks Company, assignee : See — 

Loebel. Frederick A. „„„-„.„, 

Cleaver, Henry P.. to Vogue Dolls, Inc. 2,687,594, CI. 

46 — 149. 
Cleeve, Mathilda E. 2,687,674, CI. 88—85. 

Clegg, Robert S. : See — 

Waddington. John, and Clegg. 2,680,141. 
Clegg, Robert S., and P. C. Macpherson, assignors to 

Elektrokemisk 1/S. 2,680,143, CI. 13—18. 
Clegg, Samuel E., Plainfield, 111. Extracting plants with 

their roots and packing the roots. 2,669,065. Feb. 16. 
CleifE Joseph A., to Aluminum Bronze Co. Ltd. 2,689,485, 

CI. 74 — 355. 
Cleland, William : See — 

Pfaffle, George P., and Oeland. 2,688,763. 
Clellan, Ross P. : See — 

Minton, Corwin R. 2,693,140. 
Clem, Arthur G., assignor to American Colloid Company, 
CTem, James R. 2,696,326, CI. 221—116. 

Chicago, 111. Treatment of blue bentonite and product 

thereof. 2,672,442, Mar. 16. 
Clemans, J. Vernon : See — 

Ellison, John A. T. 2,687,721. 
Clemens, Albert, Louisville, Ky. Knee bayonet. 2,665,478, 

Jan. 12. 
Clemens, John E. : See — 

Orthuber. Richard K.. Clemens, .and Johnstone. 
Clemens, Ludwig. 2,675,053. CI. 154 — 30. 
Clemens, Milton L.. H. von Bramer, and D. S. Young, to 

Eastman Kodak Co. 2,682.547, CI. 260—348. 
Clemens, Ogden A., R. O. Mertens. and 51. Walckhof, to 

Swift & Co. 2,697,245. CI. 17—43. 
Clement, Arthur W., assignor to The North Electric Manu- 
facturing Company. 2,680,161, CI. 179 — 175.2. 
Clement, George F., Penn Township. Allegheny County, 

Pa. Adjustable pipe cleaner. 2,668,551, Feb. 9." 



Clements, David, to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of the Army. 2.694,615. CI. 
346 — 139. 
Clements Mfg. Co. : See — 

Clements, William J. 2,685.744. 
Clements, Norman T., Pittsburgh, Pa. Hollow structural 

building unit. 2,668,435, Feb. 9. 
Clements, Stiles O. 2,674,014, CI. 20 — 1.13. 
Clements, William J., to Clement.s Mfg. Co. 2,685,744, 

CI. 33—174. 
Cleminson, James A. C. C, and G. Hake, assignors to 

A. V. Roe Canada Limited. 2,675,456, CI. 219 — 20. 
Clemmer, Monroe B. : See — 

Moos, Gilbert E.. and Clemmer, and Carwell. 
2,697,022. 
Clemons. Clement W. : See — 

Andres, William A., Clemons, and Trettel. 2,682,601. 
Clemons, Clement W., Minneapolis, and T. S. Zastrow, 
St. Paul, Minn., assignors to General Mills, Inc. Steam- 
ing attachment for flatirons. 2,671,284, Mar. 9. 
Clemson Agricultural College of South Carolina. The : 
See — 

Park, Joseph K., and Powers. Re. 23,886. 
Clerc, Leonard F., Detroit, Mich. Adjustable bedstead. 

2,666,931, Jan. 26. 
Clerck, Fernand, Marcinelle, assignor to Ateliers de Con- 
structions Electriques de Charleroi, Brussels, Belgium. 
Winding mechanism for magnetic recorders. 2,671,619, 
Mar. 9. 
Gierke, John W., Little Falls, N. J. Threaded joint and 
element thereof having improved thread form. 2,669.468, 
Feb. 16. 
Gierke, John W. 2,684,101, CI. 153—2. 
Gierke, John W. 2,684,102, CI. 153—71. 
Cleveland, Charles H., and J. J. BUodean. to the United 
States of America as represented by the Secretary of 
War. 2,689,504, CI. 89—149. 
Cleveland Crane & Engineering Co., The : See — 

Anjeskey, Alphonse F. 2,696,920. 
Cleveland B'rog & Crossing Co. : See — 
Arnold, George, and Schultz. 
Arnold, George, and Schultz. 2,687,859. 
Cleveland Heater Co., The : See — 

Wolf, Ehner W. 2,692.936. 
Cleveland Hobbing Machine Co., The : See — 

Staples. Otis E. 2.684.016. 
Cleveland Pneumatic Tool Co., The : See — 
Gazley, Richard C. 2,683,598. 
Hoflar. Henry S. 2,688,718. 
Sears, Richard E. 2.688.951. 
Speth, Lloyd G. 2,675,712. 
Cleveland Shopping News Company, The, assignee : See — 

Lippitt, Stephen W. 
Cleveland, Thomas H. : See — 

Slocombe, Robert J., Flores, and Cleveland. 2,680,127. 
Cleveland Trencher Company, The, assignee : See — 

Askue. Albert R. 
Cleveland Trust Company, The, executor : See — 
Heintz, James C. 2,675.855. 
Heintz, James C. 2,679,715. 
Cleveland, William F., Rock Falls. 111. Electric automatic 

stock and chicken waterer, 2,665,366. Jan. 5. 
Cleveland Worm & Gear Company, The, assignee : See — 

Acker, George H. 2,675,713. 
Clevenger, Averett A. and G. H. 2,677.908. CI. 40 — 33. 
Clevenger, Carl L. : See — 

Nichols, Charles A., Clevenger, Fletcher, and Zlon. 
2,677,874. 
Clevenger, Carl L., to General Motors Corp. 2,694,952, 

CI. 78—60. 
Clevenger, Gordon H. : See — 

Clevenger, Averett A. and G. H. 2,677,908. 
Clevenger, Walter C, assignee : See — 

De Wolf, Allan. 
Clevenger, Walton S., and J. S. and S. G. Cohen. 

2,679,172, CI. 76—107. 
Cleverdon, Carlos C, assignee : See — 

Jencks, Hollis W. 
Clevett, IMerton L., Jr., and D. L. Fiske. 2,690,463. CI. 

130 — 4. 
Clevite Corp. : See — 

Butterworth, John W. 2,688,402. 
Christian. Dean R. 2.694.145. 
Gravlev, Charles K. 2,696,651. 
Jaffe, Hans. 2,680,720. 
Kornei, Otto. 2,683,856. 

Schaefer, Ralph A., Cerness. and Morrison. 2,687,565. 
Sobek, Andrew R. 2,674.520. 
Sobek. Andrew R., and Hale. 2.675,303. 
Williams. Alfred L. W. 2,676,212. 
Williams, Alfred L. W. 2,680,613. 
Clewell, Dayton H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Soconv-Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated. 2,675,086, 
CI. 181 — 0.5. 
Click, Inc., assignee : See — 

Crandall, William J. and E. M. 2,680,621. 

Clickner, Forest H. : See — 

Stuart, Gerald H., Howard, Watson, Clickner. and 
Sommer. 2,682,469. 
Clifford, Cecil F. 2,690,646, Q. 58—116. 
Clifford, Cecil P., and L. G. M. Payne. 2,691,112, CI. 
310—156. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



99 



2,67 

L., 



L., 



7,569. CI. 
Bens, 

Bens, 

BeOS, 

Bens, 



294 — 87. 



Ilerzig, 
Herzig, 
Herzlg, 
Herzig, 



Clifford, Hilda B. 

Ham, Jolm 

2,678,268. 

Ham, John 

2,678,269. 

Ham, John 

2,678,270. 

Ham, John 

2,678,271. 

Ham, John 

2.678,272. 

Ham, John L., Bens, Herzig, and Timmons. 
ClilTord, Thomas \V.. uiui J. -Mills, to Taylor 

Hobson Ltd. 2.6S2.S04. CI. 88—32. 
Clift. Gilbert B. : See — 

McGay. John B.. Clift, and Ridley 
Clifton Conduit Co., Inc. : Sec — 
Pearson. William S. 
Pearson, William S. 2,676,792. 
Pearson, William S. 2,696,446. 
Pearson, William S. 2,696,799. 



and Timmons. 

and Timmons. 

and Timmons. 

and Timmons. 



L., Bens, Herzig, and Timmons. 



2,679,45.5. 
Taylor & 



2,694,287. 



to Xortbrop Aircraft, Inc. 2,692,662. 



to Clayton 
Dynamome- 
Mar. 23. 



Clifton. John R., 
CI. 188—152. 

Cline, Earl E. : See — 

Mueller, Robert H., and CUne. 2,677,561. 

Cline, Edwin L., Pasadena, Calif., assignor 
Manufacturing Company, Alhambra, Calif, 
ter with built-in heat exchanger. 2,672,953, 

Cline Electric Mfg. Co. : See — 
Priban. Milton L. 2,683.246. 
Rhyne, Earl C, Jr., Behr, and Priban. 2,680,829. 

Cline, Joda, Baisden, W. Va. Convertible gun stock. 
2.669,051, Feb. 16. 

Cline, Leon E., and D. C. Smith, to Owens-Illinois Glass 
Co. 2,687,289, CI. 263—6. 

Cline, Truman H., to Sears, Roebuciv and Co. 2,689,776, 
CI. 312—319. 

Cline, Warren K., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to 
Mathieson Chemical Corporation. Preparation of 
cyclic carbonates. 2,667,497, Jan. 26. 

Clinedinst, William O., Pittsburgh, Pa. Foot binding for 
water sl^is and the like. 2.664,578, Jan. 5. 

CUngman, Paul E., assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion. 2,679,915, CI. 189 — 78. 

Clinical Instruments Company, assignee : See — 
Krasno, Louis R. 2,676,512. 

Clinton, Edward J.. Jr., Chatham, N. J., assignor to Air 
Reduction Company, Incorporated. Gaseous fuel cut- 
ting torch with reversibly positioned valve lever. 
2.666,479, Jan. 19. 

Clinton Foods Inc. : See — 

Cook, Ralph W. 2,680,708. 

Cook, Ralph W. 2,680,715. 

Cunningham, Donald P. 

De Witt, Daniel C. and JIcKune. 2,695,209. 

Keller, Herman J. 2,698,246. 

Skinner, Bronson C. 2,680,709. 

Clinton, Raymond O. : See — 

Buck. Johannes S.. and Clinton. 2,678,932. 
Johnson, William S., and Clinton. 2,686.188. 

Clinton, Raymond O., to SterUng Drug Inc. 2,686,187, CI. 
260—397.45. 

Clinton, Raymond O., to Sterling Drug Inc. 2,686,189, Cl. 
260—397.45. 

Clinton, Raymond O., North Greenbush, and S. C. Las- 
kowski, Menands, assignors to Sterling Drug, Inc., New 
York, N. Y. Tertiary-aminoalkyl 4-amino-2-alkoxy-thiol- 
benzoates and their preparation. 2.669,564, Feb. 16. 

Clinton. Raymond O.. North Greenbush, and S. C. Las- 
kowskl, Menands, assignors to Sterling Drug, Inc., New 
York, N. Y. Tertiary-aminoalkyl 4-substituted-amino-2. 
alkoxythiolbenzoates and their preparation. 2,669,565, 
Feb. 16. 

Clinton. Raymond O., North Greenbush, and S. C. Las- 
kowsld, Menands, assignors to Sterling Drug, Inc., New 
York, N. Y. 4-amino-2-alkoxybenzamides and their prep- 
aration. 2,669,583, Feb. 16. 

Clinton, Raymond O., and S. C. Laskowski, to Sterling 
Drug Inc. 2,689,248, Cl. 260 — 294.3. 

Clinton, Raymond O., and S. C. Laskowski, to Sterling 
Drug Inc. 2,691,025, Cl. 260 — 294. 

Clinton, Raymond O., and S. C. Laskowski, to Stei-ling 
Drug Inc. 2,691.041, Cl. 260—559. 

Clinton, Roy. 2,679,949, Cl. 220 — 89. 

Cloedy, Frederick W., and F. G. Beuer, to Carter Car- 
buretor Corp. 2,687,266, Cl. 248 — 300. 

Cloete. Floris, Wilkinsburg. assignor to Rockwell Manu- 
facturing Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Fluid tight passage 
joint seal. 2.669,466, Feb. 16. 

Clogston, Albert M., Morris Plains, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York. N. Y 
Electron device with long electron path. 2,666,163, 
Jan. 12. 

Clogston. Albert M., New York, N. Y.. and A. G. Smith, 
Durham, N. C, assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
United States of America as represented by the Sec- 
retary of War. Magnetron output coupling system. 
2,666.869. Jan. 19. 

Clore, Withrow T., assignor to Travel-Ads Inc., Lincoln, 
Nebr. Display device for vehicle tops. 2,667,002, 
Jan. 26. 
Close, Richard N., assignor, by mesne assignments, to the 
United States of America as represented by the Secre- 
tary of War. 2,678,441, Cl, 343 — 16. 



Tex, Elevation meter. 
American Geophysical Co. 
-Vniorican Geophysical Co. 

2,697.793. 



Close, Russell E. 2,682,850, Cl. 113—54. 
Close. Warren J. : See — 

Spielman. Marvin A., and Close. 2,689,866. 
Closkin, Leon A. .\. J. : See — 

Warmoes, Jean J., and Closkin, 2,688,884, 
Clothier, Stewart L. 2,678,347, Cl. 178—5.1. 
Clotworthy, Charles B., Jr., Brooklandville, Md., assignor 
to Western Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Method of and apparatus for reeling filamentary 
articles. 2,668,673, Feb. 9. 
Cloud, Raymond T., assignor to North American Geo- 
physical Co., Houston, Tex. Pendulum and acceleration 
compensation apparatus. 2,665,499, Jan. 12. 
Cloud, Raymond T., assignor to North American Geo- 
physical Co., Houston. 
2,666.992, Jan. 26. 
Cloud, Raymond T., to North 

2,681,568, Cl. 73—178. 
Cloud. Raymond T., to North 

2,696,676, Cl. 33—220. 
Cloud, Robert W. : See — 

Trump, John G.. and Cloud. 
Cloud, William S. : See — 

Hosack, Gerald S. 2,697,901. 
Clough, Philip J. : See — 

Chadsey. Earl E., Jr. Clough, and Godley. 
Godley. Philip, 2nd, Clough, and Stauffer. 
Clough, Philip J., Reading, and E. E. Chadsey, Jr., Newton, 
assignors to National Research Corporation, Cambridge, 
Mass. Depositing an aluminum film on a substrate by 
thermal vaporization. 2,665,223, Jan. 5. 
Clough, Philip J., Reading, and P. Godley. 2nd. Lexing- 
ton, assignors to National Research Corporation, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. Vapor coating. 2,665,224, Jan. 5, 
Clough, Philip J., Reading, and P. Godley, 2nd. Lexing- 
ton, assignors to National Research Corporation, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. Apparatus and method of coating by 
vapor deposition. 2,665,227, Jan. 5. 
Clough, Robert S., Wilmington, Del. Retractable jaw 
wrench having parallel resilient jaws. 2,669,896, Feb. 
23. 
Clougherty, John E., and B. C. Lonergan. 2,675,270, 

^1 299 139, 

Cloughessy, John J., to United States Steel Corp. 

2,685,442, Cl. 266—23. 
Clouse, Lewis J.. Helena, Mont. Dispenser for collapsible 
tubes having tube-squeezing rollers. 2,670,876, Mar. 2. 
Cloutier, Douglas : See — 

Rees. Clarence A., and Cloutier. 2,695,690. 
Clover, Henrietta. 2,685,085, Cl. 2 — 42. 
Clover, Leonard W., San Jose, Calif. Landing wheel struc- 
ture for aircraft. 2,665.087. Jan. 5. 
Cloverleaf-Freeland Corporation : See — 

Miller. William H. 2,681,188. 
Clower, Egbert H., and F. E. Johnson, to Eastman Kodak 

Co. 2,697,115. Cl. 260 — 487. 
Clowes, William, & Sons Limited, assignee : See — 

Croucher, Henry G. 
Club Aluminum Products Co. : See — 

Lilja, Ernest L. 2,686,597. 
Clubb, Roy E., and J. P. Vennari. 2,674,664. Cl. 200—33. 
Cluett, Peabody & Co., Inc. : See — 

Donaldson, Harry C, Jr. 2,674,741. 
Gannon. John J,. Powell, and Fiscella. 
Macrides, Philip C. 2,694,202. 
Clure, Claremont F. 2.695.075. Cl. 184 — 38. 
Clute, Henry H. 2,677,939. Cl. 62—1. 
Clutter, Elmer S., Canonsburg, Pa. Wall building unit. 

2,669,861, Feb. 23. 
Cluwen, Johannes M., to Hartford National Bank and Trust 

Co., as trustee. 2,693,577, Cl. 332 — 45. 
Cluytens, Charles. 2,694,858, Cl. 32—5. 
Clybourn Machine Corp. : See — 

Tellfors, Herbert G. 2,692,397. 
Clyde Engineering and Mfg. Corp. : See — 

Pedersen, Harry C. 2,690,090. 
Clyde Iron Works, Inc. : See — 
Fox. Robert P. 2.684.767. 
Fox. Robert P. 2,693.341. 
Clymer, Harold A., and M. C. Ginkiewicz, assignors to 
Smith, Kline & French Laboratories. 2,675,343, Cl. 
167—82. 
Clyne, Aloysius R., New Dorp, N. Y. Motion limiting de- 
vice. 2,664,768, Jan, 5. 
Clyserol Laboratories, Inc. : See — 

Boyer. Russell C. 2,690,181. 
Coach & Car Equipment Corporation, assignee : See — 

Gundersen, Ralph W. 
Coakley, Arthur T., Catonsville, Md. 

divided solid material with liquid. 
Coakley, Lige, assignor to Bemis Bro. 

Cl. 53—148. 
Coakwell, Charles A., Jr. 2,676,586, 

Coar, Richard J., Hartford, assignor 

Corporation. East Hartford, Conn, 

and apparatus. 2,667,150, Jan. 26. 
Coast Metals, Inc. : See — 

Cape, Arthur T., and Foerster. 2,695.943. 

Coates. Albert O. : See — 

Hird, John F. 2,684.511. 
Coates Brothers & Co. Ltd. : See — 

Black, David J. 2,690.119. 



Combining finely 
2,672.325, Mar. 16. 
Bag Co. 2,677,924, 

Cl. 128—1. 
to United Aircraft 
Control method 



100 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Coates, J. Kdwiii, ussignor to AUa KiiKliiKTiiiB Company, 
Santa Monica, Calif. Kotaiy cutlinK tool. 2.670,018, 
Feb. 23. 
Coates, James N., asslf^nor to Carbonueau Industries, In- 
corporated, Grand liapids. Mich. Commutator and 
uiauufacture therefor. 2,008,894, Feb. 9. 
Coate.s, Neligh C, assignor to Concrete Saw Company, 
Kansas City, Mo. Power-driven cutting machine for 
pavements and the like. 2,073,725, Mar. 30. 
Coates, Sydney N. 2,070,238. CI. 219—38. 
Coates, Vincent J., to The I'erkin-Elmer Corp. 2,690,695, 

CI. 88—14. 
C«ats & Clark Inc. : See — 

Adams, Frederick \V. 2,090.147. 
2,090,148. 
2,090.149. 
2,081.731. 
2,093,108. 
2,685,338. 
2,683,572. 
2,089,090. 



Adams, Frederick \V, 
Adams, Frederick W. 
Chambers, David B. 
iCckhardt, George K. 
Kershaw, Stanley C. 
Morin, Louis H. 
Morin, Louis H. 



-1.1. 



S. 
CI. 



Coats, (lilhorl K. 2.084,112, CI. 157- 
Cobb, Harold B. : See — 

Furnas, William C. and Cobb. 2,687,502. 
Cobb, Harold E., and W. C. Furnas, to Furnas Electric 

Co. 2.087,458, CI. 200—104. 
Cobb, Leland D., to General Motors Corp. 2,088,502, CI. 

i.86— 5. 
Coberly, Clarence J. : See — 

Hasche, Rudolph L.. and Coberly. 2,092,819. 
Coberly, Clarence J., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to 

Dresser Equipment Company. Fluid-operated well 

pumping apparatus with hydraulic shock absorber. 

2,670,685, Mar. 2. 
Coberly, Clarence J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 

Dresser Equipment Company. 2,674,120, Cl. 73 — 155. 
Coberly, Clarence J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 

Dresser Equipment Company. 2,074,192, Cl. 103 — 40. 
Coberly, Clarence J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 

Dresser Equipment Company. 2,676,546, Cl. 103 — 46. 
Coberly. Clarence J., to Dresser Equipment Co. 2,682,225, 

Cl. 103—5. 
Cobham, Alan J., C. H. Latimer-Needham, C. H. Smith, 

and P. S. Macgregor, to Flight Refuelling Ltd. 

2,092,102. Cl. 244 — 135. 
Cobham, Alan J., C. H. Latimer-Needham, and P. 

Macgregor, to Flight Refuelling Ltd. 2,092,103, 

244 — 135. 
Coburn, O. W., assignee : See — 

Fritzsche, Fred G. 2,080,097. 
Cocchi, Ernesto. 2,680,977, CI. 215 — 23. 
Cocherell, Arthur L. : See — 

Kuntz, Theodore F., Disberger, and Cocherell. 
2 676 998 
Cochnar, Frank J. 2,074,411, Cl. 235—95. 

Cochran, Andrew A. : See — 

Homeyer, August H., De La Mater, and Cochran. 
Cochran, Charles W., Jr., Aldan, Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to the United States of America as rep- 
resented bv the Secretary of the Navy. Breech operat- 
ing mechanism. 2,000,365, Jan. 19. 
Cochran, Donald J. : See — 

Voelkner, Alvin G., and Cochran. 2,697,211. 
Cochran, Donald J., and T. E. McDowell, to The Pyle Na- 
tional Co. 2,083,287, Cl. 18—30. 
Cochran, John M. : See — 

McLane, Fletcher B., and Cochran. 2,683,847. 
Cochrane, Andrew R. : See — 

Field, Lloyd M. 2,098,011. 
Cochrane, Charles A., and B. A. 
to Elliott Brothers (London) 
250—33.63. 
Cochrane Corporation, assignee 

Joos, Charles E. 
Cochrane, Ralph H.. Sacramento, Calif. Panel wall joint. 

2.664.740. .Tan. 5. 
Cocke Albert K.. and R. Woodell, to E, 
Nemours & Co. 2,088,100, Cl. 19—0.41. 
Cocker Machine & Foundry Co. : See — 
Browne, Godfrey H. 2,678,485. 
Browne. Godfrey H., and Groce. 2,681,035. 
Groce, Homer W., and Browne. 2,080,890. 
Sherrill, Price E.. Jr.. and Browne. 2,690,243. 
Cockerham, John F. 2,682,214, Cl. 97 — 175. 
Cockerill, Gerald T., Cleveland Heights, and W. F. 
Sindelar, assignors to The Ape.x Electrical Manufactur- 
ing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Drive mechanism for 
washing machines and the like. 2,065,575, Jan. 12. 
Cockerill, Gerald I., and W. A. Dunes, assignors to The 
Apex Electrical Manufcturing Company. 2,679,151. 
Cl. 08—22. 
Cockett, Alfred H., to The British Oxygen Co. Ltd. 

2,080,908, Cl. 73—398. 
Cockrell, Welton R., Mexia, Tex. Leveling bracket. 

2,068,744, Feb. 9. 
Cocks, ALvce. 2,088,749, Cl. 2—42. 
Cocks, George W.. deceased ; by G. E. M. Cocks, executrix. 

2.693.286. Cl. 214 — 84. 
Cocks. Gertrude B. M. : See — 

Cocks, George W. 2,093,280. 
Cockshutt Farm Equipment Ltd. : See — 
Harper, Wesley A. 2,087,702. 
Kelman, Robert B., and Johnston. 2,684,018. 



N. Whitehead, assignors 
Limited. 2,677,056, Cl. 

See— 



I. du Pont de 



Coco Rico Inc. : Bee — 

Pieraccionl, Eugene J. 2,685,270. 

Cocup, George A. : See — 

Goodbar, Mayo A., Cocup. and Faux. 2,698,139. 
Codlanne, Nicholas, S.in Carlos, assignor to Roberts 
Manufacturin;; Co., Los Angeles, Calif. Carpet cutting 
device. 2,660,980, Jan. 20. 
Codier, Ernest U., Takoma Park, Md., assignor to the 
United Stales of America as represented by the Secre- 
tary of the Army. Crystal controlled clutch. 2,066.512, 
Jan. 19. 
Cody, Agnes B., Chicago, 111. Apron. 2,005,425, Jan. 12. 
Coe, Albert A. : See — 

I'avey, Larry E., and Coe. 2,677.525. 
Coe. Harry D.. Jr.. and J. B. Dym ; said Dym to said Coe, 

Jr. Re. 23,846, Cl. 51—141. 
Coe, Herbert A. : See — 

De Santis, Frank, and Coe. 2.691,463. 
Coe Manufacturing Company, The, assignee: See — 
Parker, Clarence E. 
St. Clair, Charles W. 
WorthinKton, Roy E. 
Coen Co.. The : See — 

Voorheis, Joseph T. 2,081,730. 
Coeterier. Frederik, Eindlioveu, Netherlands, assignor to 
Hartford National Bank and Trust Company, Hartford, 
Conn., as trustee. Electric discharge tube of the cavity 
resonator tviie. 2.608,257. Feb. 2. 
Coff, Leo. 2,075,695, Cl. 72—70. 
Coffeen, William W., to Metal & Thermit Corp. 2,694,004, 

Cl. 51—308. 
Coffey, Charles A., R. T. Rvan. and L. N. Whitehill, to The 

Sherwin-Williams Co. 2,694,015, Cl. 100 — 310. 
Coffey, Irven E. : See — 

Ericson, George R., and Coffey. 
Coffey, Irven E. 2.095.366. CI. 290—30. 
Coffey. Samuel. D. A. W. Fairweather, and D. B. Hathway, 
to Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd. 2,085,582. Cl. 
260—273. 
Coffey, Thomas H. : See — 

Cummins, Harry D. 2,693,725. 
Coffey, Wayne M.. to The Mengel Co. 2,680.875, CI. 

10—105. 
Coffield, Charles W. 2,682.125, Cl. 40—140. 
Cotting, Frederick W., assifinor to Coiling Hoist Company, 

Danville, 111. Hoist. 2.070,176, Feb. 23. 
Coffing, Frederick W., assignor to Coffing Hoist Company. 

2.078.840, Cl. 287—52.05. 
Coffing Hoist Company, assignee : See — 
Coffing, Frederick W. 
Coffing. Frederick W. 2.678,840. 
Coffman, Alvin, and J. Marshall, assignors to Inland Steel 

Companv. 2.677.562. Cl. 287 — 119. 
Coffman, Donald D., to E, I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. 

2.082,524, Cl. 200 — 03. 
Coffman, Donald D., to E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. 

2,087,432, Cl. 200—532. 
Coffman, Donald D.. West Chester, Pa., and H. 
assignors to B. I. du Pont de Nemours 
Wilmington. Del. Long-chain 
Mar. 9. 
Coffman, Hurshel L., Clinton, Md. 

2.604,880. Jan. 5. 
Coffman Mfg. Corp. : See — 

Coffman, Robert B. 2,695.171. 
Coffman. Robert B.. to Coffman Mfg. Corp. 2,695.171, 

Cl. 271—2.6. 
Coffman, Thomas B. 2,681,724, Cl. 198 — 31. 
Cofransesco, Anthony J., to General Aniline & Film Corp. 

2,092,880, Cl. 200 — 248. 
Cogan, Anna S. 2,682,002, Cl. 5—336. 
CogReshall, Thellwell R.. and N. H. Westervelt, to General 

Electric Co. 2,696,536, Cl. 200 — 89. 
Coghill, James T,, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 

Curlator Corporation. 2,674,928, CI. 92 — 26. 
Coghlan. Charles A., to The Texas Co. 2,684,896. Cl. 

48—215. 
Cogings, Edward V.. Miami. Fla. 
ing elevator. 2,670,860, Mar. 2. 
Cogliati, Norman : See — 

Hoban, Fairfield W. 2,685,956. 
Hoban, Fairfield W. 2,686,588. 
Cohen, Aaron : See — 

Bergol, Franz, Cohen, 
Hughes. 2.693.470. 
Cohen, Abraham B. : See — 

Levy, Sidney E., White, 
Cohen. Charles A., to Standard 

2,088,033, Cl. 200-505. 
Cohen Charles A., L. A. Mikeska. and F. Knoth, Jr., to 
Staiidard Oil Development Co. 2.088,027. CI. 260-^29. 
Cohen. Dave, assignee : See — 

Friedman, Willi.am. 2,077,861. 
Cohen, George : See — 

Cabot, Samuel, and Cohen. 2,692,184. 

Cohen, Harold : See — 

Buchmiller. Earl P., and Cohen. 

Cohen, Harold L. 2,081,142, CI. 206—46. 

Cohen Herman, Brookline, Mass^^ assignor of one-half to 
Imperial Talc Company, Inc.. Hoboken. N. J. Improv- 
ing plant vields. 2,609,804, Feb. 23. 



diketones. 



N. Cripps, 
Company, 
2,671,810, 



Orthopedic apparatus. 



Rotary vehicle park- 



Atherton, Heath-Brown, and 

and Cohen. 2.090,231. 

Oil Development Co. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



101 



Colloid Research Corp. 

Y.. assignor to The Speri-y 
polarization converter. 



2,692,984, CI. 



Cohen, Joel S. : See — 

Clevenger, Walton S.. and J. S. and S. G. Cohen. 
2,«7l>,172. 
Cohen, Martin J., to Radio Corp. of America. 2,080,275, 

CI. 315—10. 
Cohen, Martin J., G. P. Wnchtell. and G. P. Pieper, Jr.. 

assignors, by mesne assignments, to the Dnited States 

of America as represented by the Secretary of the Navy. 

2,077.762. CI. 250—27. 
Cohen. Meyer P. 2.092,386. CI. 2—132. 
Cohen, Milton J.. Washington. D. C. Powder dispenser. 

2.672,144, Mar. 16. 
Cohen, Milton J., assignor to Miljam Instrument Corpo- 
ration. 2.679,240, CI. 128—218. 
Cohen. Milton J. 2,087,130, CI. 128—272. 
Cohen. Morton P. 2.682.Sr>4. CI. 115 — 11. 
Cohen. Morton R., to Douglas Furniture Corp. 2.694.443. 

a. 155—196. 
Cohen, Oscar P., and M. J. Scott, assignors to Monsanto 

Chemical Company. 2.676,890, CI. 117—62. 
Cohen, Robert, H. F. Storm, and M. Ker. to General 

Electric Co. 2.682.032. CI. 321 — 19. 
Cohen. Robert M.. to Radio Corp. of America. 2.092,919, 

CI. 179—171. 
Cohen. Samuel A. : See — 

Rowe. William, and Cohen. 
Cohen. Sanders G. : iSee — 

Clevenger. Walton S., and J. S. and S. G. Cohen. 
2.679,172. 
Cohen. Saul, assignee : See — 

Schleicher, Paul E. 
Cohen, Selma L., and F. A. Orlewitz, New York, N. Y. 

Garment hanger support. 2,672,241. Mar. 16. 
Cohen, Sidney B., assignor to The Sperry Corporation. 

2.677.054, CI. 250—27. 
Cohen, Simon : See — 

Annis, Richard R.. Cohen, and Haselkorn. 
Cohen. William. 2.095,106, CI. 211—38. 
Coheur, Pierre, assignee : See — 

Daubersy, Jean. 
Cohn, Morris I., to Elastic 

2.697,699, CI. 260 — 41.5. 
Cohn, Seymour B. Flushing, N. 

Corporation. Wave energy 

2,668,191. Feb. 2. 
Cohn. Seymour B., to The Sperry Corp. 

343—5. 
Coin Counters Corporation, assignee : See — ■ 

Sheldon. Butler. Jr. 2,678.525. 
Colt, Burton C, Jr., assignor to Tri-State Engineering 

Company, Washington. Pa. Crate for use with lift-fork 

trucks. 2.666.552. Jan. 19. 
Colt. Burton C, Jr., Pittsburgh, assignor to Tri-State 

Engineering Company, Washington, Pa. Combined 

crate and pallet structure. 2,667,319, Jan. 26. 
Colt, Burton C, Jr., assignor to Tri-State Engineering 

Company. Washington. Pa. Container. 2,669,373. Feb. 

16. 

Colt. Vernon E. 2,690,908, CI. 268 — 59. 
Colacello, Michael A. : See — 

Johnson. lOdward O.. Curtis, and Colacello. 2,679,016. 
Colbert. Jeremiah J. 2,674,954, CI. 103 — 150. 
Colbert, Marlene M. 2.676.597. CI. 132 — 73. 
Colbert. William H., W. L. Morgan, and A. R. Welnrich, 

assignors to Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass Company. 

2.676.117. CI. 117-71. 
Colborne Manufacturing Co.. assignee : See — 

Smith. Dennis W. 
Colbum. Bearl E. and L. 2,692,504, CI. 74 — 2. 

Colburn. Lee : See — 

Colburn, Bearl E. and L. 2.692,504. 
Colby, Anita. Beauty Chair. Inc. : See — 

Counihan. Anita C. 2.690.209. 
Colby, Norman C, Mount Holly. N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Cavity resonator circuit. 
2,671,870, Mar. 9. 

Colby Steel & Manufacturing. Inc., assignee : See — 
Senn, Arthur L. 2,677,141. 

Colclesser, Lorren E., assignor to Mercil Plating Equip- 
ment Company, Chicago. 111. Rotatable work holder 
for electroplating apparatus. 2.673,076, Mar. 23. 

Cole. Bradford H. : See — 

Sherman, Vernon C, and Cole. 

Cole. Byron M.. assignor to Packard-Bell Company. 
2,676,201, CI. 178—5.4. 

Cole, Clyde C, to Ford Motor Co. 2,685,243, CI. 97—189. 

Cole, Frederick A. 2,694,798. CI. 339 — 126. 

Cole, Harry C. 2,686,041, CI. 256 — 18. 

Cole. Howard W.. Jr. 2.683.224. CI. 290—52. 

Cole, James D. 2,691,886, CI. 73 — 94. 

Cole. Joseph. Whiting. Ind.. and J. Krawetz, Evanston. 
111. Apparatus for testing oils for gum, varnish, sludge, 
and corrosion. 2,669,865, Feb. 23. 

Cole, Louis W., to Federal Electric Products Co. 2,692,926, 
CI. 200—88. 

Cole, Melvin B., assignor to Federal Electric Products 
Company. 2,680,533, CI. 220 — 18. 

Cole. Melvin B., to Federal Electric Products Co. 
2,681.400. CI. 219 — 1. 

Cole, Norman W. 2,694,647, CI. 117—22. 

Cole, Percy J. : See — • 

Joseph, Robert T., and Cole. 2,697,117. 



Cole. Quintin P., and J. C. Caprino, to General Electric Co. 
2.698.333, CI. 200 — 14S.2. 

Cole. Ravmond S., assignor to Electrical Engineering and 
Manufacturing Corporation. 2,075,098, CI. 184 — 102. 

Cole. Reginald A. L., and A. V. Krause, Loudon, England, 
assignors to International Standard Electric Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Electron gun for cathode-ray 
tubes. 2,672,568, Mar. 16. 

Cole, Richard F. : See — 

Sisson, Edmond F.. Cole, and Krumbein. 2,688,590. 

Cole, Thomas iM., Hariison, N. Y., assignor to Federal 
Electric I'roducis Company, Newark, N. J. Circuit 
breaker with adjustable thermal and magnetic controls. 
2.673.204. Mar. 23. 

Cole, Thomas M.. to Federal Electric Products Co. 
2.685.009. CI. 200—88. 

Cole. Thomas M., to Federal Electric Products Co. 
2,689,286. CI. 200 — 110. 

Cole. Tliouias M., and P. M. Christensen. to Federal Elec- 
tric Products Co. 2,081,396, CI. 200 — 116. 

Cole. Thomas M.. and W. H. Lantz, Jr., to Federal Elec- 
tric Products Co. 2,684.417. CI. 200 — 144. 

Cole. William F. 2,685,739. CI. 33—1. 

Coleman. Abraham I., Baltimore, Md. Self-adjusting win- 
dow shade bracket. 2.(i(i9.410, Feb. 16. 

Coleman. Albert T. 2.682.067. CI. 15 — 29. 

Coleman. Bernard F.. and C. H. Herr, Jr., to Allis-Chalmers 
Mfg. Co. 2.683,606, CI. 279—1. 

Coleman, Carl S., Claremore, Okla. Brushless eraser 
cleaning machine. 2,660,942, Jan. 26. 

Coleman Co^ Inc.. The : See — 
Jones. Tillman P. 2,685.306. 
McCutchen, John E. 2,685,335. 
Redmond, John M., Jr. 2.681.000. 
Redmond. John M.. Jr. 2,685,245. 
St. John. Roscoe N. 2.681,102. 

Coleman. Donald R. : See — 

Jackson, Donald, and Coleman. 2,681,947. 

Coleman, Elmer W.. Jr. : See — 

Alstadt, Donald M., and Coleman. 

Coleman, Gerald H., and D. B. McCaskey, to The Dow 
Chemical Co. 2,688,637, CI. 260 — 562. 

Coleman. Gordon A., assignor to Allied Chemical & Dye 
Corporation. 2,680,680, CI. 71 — 37. 

Coleman, Gordon A., and L. T. Sutherland, assignors to 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. 2,674,589, CI. 
260—57. 

Coleman Instruments. Inc. : See — 
Staunton, John J. J. 2.689,330. 

Coleman. John H., to Radiation Research Corp. 2,696,563. 
CI. 250 — 83.3. 

Coleman. Kenneth R., to Taylor, Taylor & Hobson Ltd. 
2,687,063, CI. 88—57. 

Coleman, Lester F. : See — 

easier, John A., Smith, Coleman, and Levenson. 
2,693,705. 

Coleman, Ralph M., J. R. Ballentine, and W. H. McDlll. 
2,075,642, CI. 46 — 86. 

Coleman. Reginald L. 2,687,550, CI. 17 — 11. 

Coleman, Robert E., Jr., and E. F. Kingsbury, to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Inc. 2,693,734, CI. 88 — 1. 

Coleman. Robert S.. Burton-on-Trent. England. Conveyor 
Control apparatus. 2.667.957. Feb. 2. 

Coleman, Robert S. 2,690.250. CI. 198 — 21. 

Coleman. Roy A., and A. P. Watters. 2,693,970, 
280—512. 

Coleman, Sidney : See — 

Brody, David, and Coleman. 2,676,348. 

Coler. Myron A. : Sec — 

Gottsrhall, Herbert A. 2.684 397. 
Rosenthal, Lonis A. 2,680,177. 

Coler, Myron A. 2,683,669, CI. 106 — 193. 

Coley. Nelson B., and R. F. Albrighton, assignors 
General Railway Signal Company. 2,678,437, 
343—6. 

Colfax Associates : See — ■ 

Kusiv. James J. 2.690.318. 

Colgan, George T., Bridgeport, Conn. Washcloth pro- 
vided with pockets for a hand of the user and a cake 
of soap. 2.668.309, Feb. 9. 

Colgate-Palmolive Co. : See — 

Alsop. William G. 2.084.971. 
Andrews. Herbert W.. Carpenter, and Houlton. 
Brady, Robert P. 2,687,420. 
Egan, William T. 

Egan, William T., McGhie. Schneider, and Sweet. 
Fox. Arthur L.. and Anderson. 2.678,901. 
Gebhart, Arthur I., and Krems. 2,692,235. 
Henkin. Hyman. 2.674,580. 
King, William J. 2,689,170. 
Kirschenbauer, Hans G. 2.682.549. 
Kline, William A., Monick. and Tarika. 
Krems, Irving J. 2,687, .379. 
Krems, Irving J. 2,692,237. 
Krems. Irving .T.. and Goldsmith. 2.684.969. 
Ledgett. Lowell A. 2.690.446. 
McNeiU, Oxford D. 
Mehaflfey. Robert J. 2.678.902. 
Mitchell. Joseph E.. and Trent. 2,694,086. 
Ross. John. 2.682.509. 
Ross. John. 2,679,482. 
Ross. John. 2.693.479. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Colgate-Palmolive Co. : See — Continued. 
Schneider, Frederick \V. 
Scott, James M., and Danelius. 2,(i!)(i.284. 
Sweet, Warren \V., and Mead. 2,092,236. 
Sylvester, Herbert S. 2,098.302. 
Turck, Joseph A. V., Jr. 2.G78.921. 
Trusler. Frederick \V. 
Vitale. Peter T.. and Leonard. Re. 23,840. 
Colgren, Carl T.. assignor to Sutherland Paper Company, 
Kalamazoo, Mich. Package of stacked receptacles. 
2,672,981. Mar 23. 
Colin, Louis. 2.093,985, CI. 301 — 47. 
Colingsworth, Donald R., to The Dpjohn Co. 2,686,753, 

CI. 195—96. 
Collar, Frank R., and B. D. Grizzard, Los Angeles, as- 
signors to Adams Rite Manufacturing Company, Glen- 
dale, Calif. Door lock. 2,666,321, Jan. 19. 
Collar, Frank R., Los Angeles, and J. C. Mitchell, La 
Crescenta, assignors to Adams Rite Manufacturing Com- 
pany. Glendale. Calif. Latch mechanism. 2,668.073, 
Feb. 2. 
Collard, John, assignor to Electric & Musical Industries 

Limited. 2,675,524. CI. 333—98. 
Collett, Ray T. 2,681,499, CI. 29—76. 
Collett-Week Corporation assignee : See — 

Myhre, Johan. 2,676,136. 
Colley, Arthur R., Birmingham, Ala. Safety brake system. 

2.664,973, Jan. 5. 
Collier, Donald W., to The Sharpies Corp. 2,697,724, CI. 

260—527. 
Collier, George H., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohlo^ assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Goodyear Tire & Rubber 
Company. Wheel and brake combination. 2,672,220, 
Mar. 16. 
Collier, Henry O. J. : See — 

Campbell, Norman R., Fitzgerald, and Collier. 
Collier, Herbert P.. Jr., assignor to Titmus Optical Cora- 

panv. Inc. 2.677,634. CI. 1.54 — 125. 
Collier, John R. 2,675,556, CI. 2—108. 
Collier, Perceval G. : See — 

Terry, Victor J., Dunn, and Collier. 2.694.802. 
Collin, Fredrik C, to Elektrokemisk A/S. 2,694,097, CI. 

13—23. 
Colling, Charles B. : See — 

Sherman, Wilbur Q., and Colling. 
Collins & Aikman Corporation, assignee : iSee — 

Keen. William R. 
Collins, Arthur R.. F. A. Rvder, and R. D. Randall, to 

Stewart-Warner Corp. 2,691,710, CI. 200 — 137. 
Collins, Douglas. 2,685,651, CI. 290 — 28. 
Collins, Douglas, and G. K. Erlcson. 2,685,650, CI. 

290—28. 
Collins, Edgar G., Birmingham, Ala. Rotary pump. 

2.670,690, Mar. 2. 
Collins, Edward J., Westwood, J. L. Collins, Santa Monica, 
and C. O. Braner, South Pasadena, Calif. Game device. 
2.673,637. Mar. 30. 
Collins, Ernest H., Kelso, assignor to Weyerhaeuser Tim- 
ber Company, Longview, Wash. Method and appara- 
tus for measuring moisture content. 2,666,897, Jan. 19. 
Collins, Foss P. 2.697,841, €1. 4—228. 

Collins, Francis N., Washington, D. C. Cleaning appa- 
ratus. 2,666,440, Jan. 19. 
Collins, Frank D. 2,676,339, CI. 5—236. 
Collins, H. L., assignee : See — 

Fowler. Alvah W. 
Collins, Harry E. : See — 

Livermont, Frank W., Collins and Gresham. 

2,688,181. 
Livermont. Frank W., Collins, and Gresham. 
2,688,297. 
Collins, Harry J., assignor to David White Company. 
Milwaukee, Wis. Stereoscopic viewer. 2,666,359, Jan. 
19. 
Collins, Harry J., assignor to David White Company. 
Milwaukee, Wis. Stereoscopic viewer. 2,666,360, Jan. 
19. 
Collins, Howard A. : See — ■ 

Burger, William H., Collins, and Ruth. 2,688,163. 
Greiner, Charles J., Graef, Collins, Burger, and Sabee. 
2,690.597. 
Collins, James L. : See — 

Collins, Edward J. and J. L., and Bruner. 
Collins, James M. : See — 

Geister, Carl H., and Collins. 2,686,764. 
Collins, James W., and H. G. Murphy. 2,677,764, CI. 

250—33. 
Collins, James W., and H. G. Murphy. 2.677,765. CI. 

250—33. 
Collins Radio Co. : See — 

Black, Robert J., and Corbell. 2,685,045. 

Clark, John W. 2,675,222. 

Cox, Robert T. 

Cox, Robert T. 2,685.032. 

De Long. Vincent R. 

Doelz, Melvin L. 2,676,245. 

Doelz. Melvin L. 2.679.006. 

Doelz, Melvin L. 2,693,579. 

Bverhart. Thomas H. 2.678,963. 

Fisher, Glen E. 2,675,986. 

Hollis, James L. 2,691,141. 

Kohl. Walter H. 2,674,788. 

Kohl, Walter H. 2,693,544. 

Lippisch, Alexander M. 2,693,325. 



assignor to Joy 

Pa. .\nparatu.= 

2,067.044. Jan. 



to 



Collins Radio Co. : See — Continued. 

Lippisch, .\lo.\ander M. 2,090,953. 
Luchklng. Walter C. and Owen. 2,693,510. 
McCreary, Ralph L. 2,685,071. 
Noe. William .1. 2.084,538, 
Ocnaschek, Frank J. 

Pappenfus. ICrnest W.. and Cralglow. 2,078,966. 
Passman, Harry M. 2,090,682. 
Peterson, Weslev D. 2,093,580. 
Ringoen, Richard. 2,098,433. 
Ringoen, Ricliard M. 
Salisbury. Winfield \V. 
Sallsburv, Winfield W. 2.088,107. 
Salisbury, Winfield W. 2,691,118. 
Schuster. Harrv. 2.098,387. 
Schwlttek, Elmer W. 2.682,035. 
.Sherwood, John R. 2.698.409. 
Sherwood, John R., and Morrison. 2,691,132. 
Skar, Robert C. 2,093,582. 
Thompson, Noel J, 2.097,207. 
Umina, Francis R. 2,691,059. 
Vanous. Joseph A. 
Wallace, Frank C. 2,690,803. 
Ward. Curtis E. 
Weber. D.-ivId W. 2.691.081. 
Williams, Winston F., and Phillips. 
Wulfsberg. Arthur H.. and Schweighofer. 2,676,289. 
Collins, Ralph B., Jr., to S.vlvania Electric Products Inc. 

2.697,805. CI. 317—236. 
Collins, Robert F. 2.675,116, CI. 198 — 9. 
Collins, Samuel C, Watertown, Mass., assignor to Joy 
Manufacturing Company, Pittsburgh. Pa. Method and 
apparatus for the separation of gases. 2,607,043, Jan. 
23. 
Collins, Samuel C. Watertown, Mass.. 
Manufacturing Company. Pittsburgh, 
for and method of separating gases. 
20. 
Collins, Samuel C, assignor, bv mesne assignments, 

Arthur D. Little, Inc. 2.080..S57. CI. 02—175.5. 
Collins, Samuel C, to .Tov Mfg. Co. 2.085.174. CI. 62—2, 
Collins, Samuel C, to JovMfg. Co. 2.685.182. CI. 62—123. 
Collins, Samuel C, to Jov Mfg. Co. 2,685.183. CI. 02—123. 
Collins, Samuel C. to Jov Mfg. Co. 2.098.21 1. CI. 309—23. 
Collins, Samuel C, Watertown. Mass.. W. W. Paget, 
Michigan City. Ind.. and L. Tyree. Chicago. 111., as- 
signors to Joy Manufacturing Company. Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Oxygen purity improvement method and apparatus. 
2.671.318, Mar. 9. 
Collins. Samuel V. 2,678.017. CI. 114 — 43.5. 
Collins. Solomon M., Detroit. Mich. Folding closure. 

2.067,218. Jan. 26. 
Collins, Tappan, to National Steel Corp. 2,685,354. CI. 

189—37. 
Collins, Whitnev, assignor to Continental .Aviation & Engl- 

neerine Corporation. 2.077.232. CI. 60 — 35.0. 
Collins. William J. W,. New York, N. Y. Protective signal 

device, 2.009.705. Feb. 16. 
Collinson. Eric S., to Joseph Lucas Ltd. 2.090.213. CI. 
15.8^1.5. 

Collinson. Frederick B.. assignor to Collinson's Patents 
Limited. 2.679.291, CI. 104 — 19. 

Collinson, Richard F., Romford, assignor to Colvern Lim- 
ited, Romford, Essex, England. Variable electrical Im- 
pedance components. 2.071.842. Mar. 9. 

Collinson's Patents Limited, assismee : See — 
Collinson, Frederick B. 2,679,291. 

Collis. Raymond E. : Scr — 

Carpenter, Warren W.. and Collis 

Collison, John G.. deceased, bv M. B. 
.stratrlx. 2.082.265. CI. 128 — 92. 

Collison. Marie B. : See — 

Collison, John G. 2.682.205. 

Colloid Chemical Laboratories, Inc., assignee : 
Armitage. Clifford F. 

Pollura. Francesco. New York. N. Y., assignor to Ameri- 
can Optical Company. Southbridge, Mass. -Adjustable 
chair. 2.072.917. Mar. 23, 

CoUyer. John B., Coventry, and E. P. Falrhairn, Copse- 
wood", Coventry, assicnors to The General Electric Com- 
panv Limited. London. England. Radio telephone sys- 
tem! 2.065.375. Jan. 5 

Colman, Beniamin W.. Berkley, assisrnor to PaKko Lab- 
oratories, inc., Detroit. Mich. Pliotosrapliic diazotype 
developing composition. 2.071.728, Mar. 9. 

Colman. Benjamin W., Berkley, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Top-Pop Products Company, Detroit, Mich. 
Popcorn pa(kage. 2.073.805, Mar. 30. 

Colman, Benjamin W., Berkley, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Top-Pop Products Company, Detroit, Mich. 
Popcorn package. 2.073.800. Mar, .30. 

Colmerauer, Andrew J., i.' to L. T. Langer. 2.690.783. 
Ql 153 81 

rolnieraner. Andrew J., and L. T. Langer. 2,696,264. CI. 
100—235. 

Colmol Co.. The : See — 

Hill. James M. 2.696.359. 

Snvder. Clifford H., Lamm, Carothers, and McCarthy. 
2.094.502. 

Coloma, Helodoro S. 2.085.934. CI. 180 — 1. 

Colomb, Gracie H. 2,080,355, CI. 62—140. 

Colombo, Roberto, to Lavorazione Materie Plasticlie 
(L. M. P.) di JL I. Colombo & C.-Societa In Accomandita 
SempIIce. 2,687,553, CI. 18—13. 



2.688.658. 
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LIST OF PATENTEES 



103 



Colombu, Eugene : See — 

Karlen, Hermann, and Colombu. 
Colonial Broach Company, assignee : See — 

Gotberg, Harry H. 
Colonial Sugar Bcflning Company Limited, The, assignee : 
See— 

Uowarth. Teter V. W. 2.677. (i(?7. 
Colouna. Jerome J. 2.(582.985, Cl. 226 — 84. 
Color Television. Inc. : See — 

Sleeper. George E.. Jr. 2,(>9S.356. 
Colour Separation Techniiiues, Inc. : See — 

Sportelli. l^rank A. 2,692.82,-). 
Colovos, George C, to The Upjohn Co. 2,684,322, Cl. 

167— SI. 
Colpo, Jesse, Orchard Park, X. Y. Tractor-semitrailer 

coupling device. 2,067,364, Jan. 26. 
Colpo. Jesse. Orelinrd Park. N. Y. Tractor trailer con- 
nection device. 2.670.220. Feb. 2,S. 
Colquitt. Odie, to The Winter-Weiss Co. 2,682.388, Cl. 

25.5—61. 
Colson, Clem B. 2,675,567, Cl. 5—310. 
Colson Corp.. The : See — 

Burr. Lester H. 2.685.147. 
Glass. Joseph E. 2.675,057. 
Pohrsson. Sven ,T. 
Colstad, Charles X., ^ to M. F. Le Clercq. as administra- 
trix of the estate of R. G. Le Clerc. deceased. 2,689,576, 
Q]^ 134 58 

Colt,' Edwin \V.. to L. Peters. 2,689,183, Cl. 99—171. 
Coltman. John W. : See — 

Mason, Ruric C., Coltman, Hunter, and Longini, 
2,681,868. 
Colton, Krank IV. assignor to G. T). Searle & Co., Chicago, 

III. IT-glycol.vl-estradiols. 2.666.769. Jan. 19. 
Colton. Frank B., to G. D. Searle & Co. 2,691,028, 

CI. 260 — 397.5. 
Colton, Frank B.. and J. W. Ralls, to G. D. Searle & Co. 

2.694,080. Cl. 260 — 397.45. 
Colton, Ralph F., assignor to Dry-Freeze Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Drying of materials by infrared radiation. 
2,668,364, Feb. 9. 
Colton. Roger B.. E. Labin. and G. A. Deschamps. New 
York. N. Y., assignors to Federal Telecommnnicatlou 
Laboratories, Incorporated, Nutley, N. J. Two-way 
communication system. 2.666.845. Jan. 19. 
Colton. Roland J., Port Washington, N. Y. Combination 

nail driver and set. 2.672.610, Mar. 23. 
Coifs Mfg. Co. : See- 

Obereni, William C. 2,696.769. 
Columbia Broadcasting System, Inc. : See — 

Bachman, William S. 2,676,806. 

Fyler, Norman F.. and Rowe. 2,690,518. 

Goldmark, Peter C. 2,676,807. 

Goldmark, Peter C, and Snepvangers. 2,081,388. 

Hollvwood. John M. 2,689.880. 

Sokolov, David A. 
Columbia Cable & Electric Corp. : See — 

Marantz, Israel H. 2,683,436. 
Columbia Products Co. : See — 

Scott Arthur L. 2,681.081. 
Columbia Ribbon & Carbon Mfg. Co., Inc. : See — 

Newman, Douglas A., and Schlotzhauer. 2,696,783. 
Columbian Carbon Company, assignee : See — 

Llehtenfels, Merle F. 

Sweitzer, Carl W, 2,680,061. 
Columbia-Southern Chemical Corp. : See — 

Bissinger. William E. 2,092,900. 

Dial, William R. 2,684,381. 

Pechukas, Alphonse. 2,684,380. 

Pechnkas, Alphonse. 2.692,869, 

Pechukas. Alphonse. 2.692,870. 

Pechukas. Alphonse. 2,692,871. 

Rahn, Henry W. 

Stevens, Henry C, and Kung. 2,680,109. 

Witman, Eugene D. 2.695.225. 
Columbus Auto Parts Company. The, assignee : See — 

Klages, Reynold E. 2,678,841. 
Columbus McKinnon Chain Corp. : See — 

Parker. Humphrey F. 2,695,086. 

Richards. Sherman L.. and Devonshire. 

Robins. Brford B., and Parker. 

Robins, Erford E., and Parker. 2,681,204. 
Columbus Plastic Products, Inc. : See — 

Roop. Nathan W. 

Roop. Nathan W. 2.695.115. 
Colvern Limited, assignee : See — 

CoUinson, Richard F. 
Colvilles Ltd. : See — 

Glen, John. 2,693,412. 
Colvin. Cecil M. : See — 

Rood, William E.. Jr.. and Colvin. 
Colvin, William I., Saratoga, assignor to Pacific Can 
Company, San Francisco, Calif. Can opening key. 
2,665,821. Jan. 12. 
Coly, Robert R. : See — 

Martin, Harold W., and Colv. 2.693..522, 
Colyvas, Costantine N. 2,685,081, Cl. 340 — 268. 
Combest, Clark V. 2,688,069. Cl. 219—38. 
Combined Locks Paper Co., assignee : See — 

Cram, Hervey G. 2,679,198. 
Combined Metals Reduction Co. : See — 

Klepetko. Ernest, and Kaye. 2,689,176, 

Marquardt, Carlton M. 



2,698,142. 



assignee : See — 



Combs, Melville, to Vitreous Steel Products Co. 2,680,131, 

Cl. 106—48. 
Combustion Control Corporation, assignee : See — 

Anderson, Norman C, Bredesen, and Cade. 2,674,677. 

MacDougall, Donald J. 
Combustion Engineering, Inc. : See — 

Armacost, Wilbur H. 2.687,096. 

Armacost, Wilbur H. 2,695,599. 

Ai inacost. Wilbur H. 2.697,422. 

Blaskowskl, Henrv J. 2,685.280. 

Carucristj, Virginlus Z. 2,085,279. 

Crltes. Joe 

Crites. Joe. 2.697,408. 

Crltes, Joe, Bogot, and Andresen. 

Kpley, Frederic I. 2.677,354. 

Henkel, Erich W, 2,679,831, 

Huet, Andre. 

Huet. Andre. 2.689..596. 

Nalven, Robert M. 2,697,421. 

Powell, Blno M. 

Witzke, Ernest C, Wehmeyer, and Brown. 2,694,385, 
Combustion Processes Co. : See — 

Uniuhart, Norman J. 2,690,390. 
Comeaux, George T. : See — 

Hutehins, James E., Jr., and Comeaux. 
Comeforo. Jay E. : See — 

Hatch, Robert A., and Comeforo. 2,675,803, 
Comer, Horace 10. : See — 

Andrews, Harry E., Comer, and Brown. 2.684,751. 
Comer, Thomas F. : See — 

Greer, Edward M., and Comer. 2,688,981. 
Comey, Charles S. : See — 

Saxton, Millard F., and Comey. 2,686,071. 
Comiskey, Anthony T„ Sr. 2,076,266. CL 296 — 78.1. 
Commerce, United States of America as represented by 
the Secretary of : See — 

Carpenter, Frank G., and Deitz. 2,693,700. 

Daniels. Howard L.. and Hogan. 2,079,035. 

Perls, Thomas A. 2,090.469. 

Roberts, Elliott B. 2,688,250. 

Sulzer, Peter G. 2,680,830. 
Commercial Controls Corporation. 

Dhl, William H. 
Commercial Solvents Corp. : See — 

Bennett, Ralph B. 2,081,881. 

Brodhacker. John W. 

Brown, Weldon G. 2.692,282. 

Bull, Willard C. 2,686,811, 

Eldred, Earl J., and Johnson. 

Pelsenfeld. Oscar. 2,076,134. 

Giachino, Marcello T. 2,677,706. 

Hickey, Richard J. 

Hodge, Edward B. 2,681,934. 

Johnson, Arnold N. 

Johnson, Arnold N. 2.092.889. 

Kharasch, Norman, and Cameron. 

Mast, George W. 2,092,845. 

Nager, Urs F. 

Schwartz, Anthony M. 

Tryon. Philip F. 

Wehrmeister, Herbert L. 2,686,749. 
Commonwealth Engineering Co. of Ohio, The : See — 

Bench, David E. 2,679,936. 

Benscheidt, Newton H., and Pattinson. 2,»85,783. 

Crosby, IVIelvin A. 2.682.710. 

Davis, Oliver F.. and Belitz. 2,685,121, 

Deniston, (ieorge I-. 2.674.517, 

Deniston, George L. 2,676,932. 

Deniston, George L. 2,087,111. 

Erickson, Leonard A. 2,674,231. 

Ernst, Walter. 

Ernst. Walter. 2,680,191. 

Ernst, Walter, 2.681,620. 

Ernst, Walter. 2.691,354. 

Ernst. Walter. 2,696,779. 

Fink, Albert O. 2,682,702. 

Hiler, Malvern J. 

Nack, Herman. 2,685,535. 

Pawlyk, Peter. 2.685,532. 

Pawlvk, Peter. 2,094,377. 

Pawlvk, Peter. 2,694.651. 

Stoycos, George S. 2,087,308. 

Stoycos, George S. 2.694,670. 

Toulmin, Harry A., Jr. 

Toulmin, Harry A., Jr. 2.680.449. 

Toulmin, Harry A., Jr. 2,685,124. 

Toulmin. Harrv A., Jr. 2.689.374. 

Wenzelberger, Blwood P. 2,676,469. 
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Researcli Organ- 
ization : See — • 

Hollway. David L., and Thompson. 

Lipson, Menzie, and Jackson. 2,689,193. 
Compagnle des Metaux d'Overpelt-Lommel et de Corphalle 
S. A., assignee : See — 

Fassotte, Adolphe D. H. L. 
Conipagnie Frangaise de Raffiuage (Soci6t6 Anonyme) : 
.s'ee — - 

Woog, Paul. 

Woog. Paul. 2,689.627. 
Compagnle Francaise des Matieres Colorantes S. A. R. L., 
assignee : See — 

Petitcolas, Pierre, Richard, Sureau, Roe, and 
Develotte. 2,675,374. 



104 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Compagnle Generale d'EIectrlrlte : See — 
Bolteux. Pierre. 2,675,085. 
IJoiirscjiu, Jean, and Coiiile. 2,<>0(),531. 
Doinenach, Louis, and Macardier. 
Guelpa, Jean P. 
LeslKiie, Henri L. 
Macardier, Louis P. 2,089,878. 
Couipagnic Cenerale de Oeopliysique (C. G. G.) : See — 

Genpslav, Raymond H. J. 2,090.512. 
Compaenie Oenerale de Metrologie (Societe a Responsabil- 
ite Limitee), assignee: Sec — 
Friedriclis, Georges. 
Compagnie Generale de Telegraphle Sans Fil : See — 
liernicr, Jean. 2,(>S8. HMi. 
Berterottiere, Ren6. 2.082,011. 
Bleuze. Jacques. 2,082,013. 
Calls. Jean, 2,095,241. 
Cauchois, Jean. 2.695.995. 
Charles, Daniel. 2.694,783. 
Danzin, Andrfi. and Dussaussoy. 2,677,920. 
Day, Jean. 2,689,186. 
DShler, Oscar, and Lerbs. 2,680,823. 
Doehler. Oskar. 2.089,887. 
Guenard, Pierre, and Covert. 2,680,811. 
Reverdin. Daniel. 2.695,929. 
Soyck, Werner. 2,689,185. 
WarnecUe, Robert, Bernier, Gurnard, and Kleen. 

2.087.777. 
Wamecke, Robert, and Charles. 2,680,825. 
Warnccke, Robert, and Kleen. 2,681,951. 
Compagnie Horlogere "Ultra," : See — 

Langel. G6rard. 2,696,073. 
Compagnie Industrielle des Piles Electriques Cipel, 
assignee : See — 

Portail, Fernand. 2,675,490. 
Compagnie Industrielle des Telephones : See — 

Leroy, Robert P. 2,690,591. 
Compagnie Internationale des Pleux Armfis Frankignoul, 
Society Anonyme : See — 

Pick-man, Edgard. 2,084.576. 
Compagnie pour la Fabrication des Compteurs et Material 
d'Usines a Gaz. assignee : See — 
Dubusc. Roger P. 
Compagnie Radio Cinema : See — 

Mathieu. Fr6d6ric C. 2.686.894. 
Companhia Portuguesa R&dio Marconi, S. A. R. L., as- 
signee : See — 

Fillpowsky, Richard F. J. 2,676,202. 
Compania Uruguaya de Fomento Industrial S. A., as- 
signee : See — 

Fehling, Hans R. 
Company, Alvaro. 2,080,986, CI. 84 — 1.15. 
Compare. Renato, assignor to International Standard 

Electric Corporation. 2,678,430. CI. 340 — iOl. 
Comploier, Frank C, to The Bollinger Corp. 2,690,283, 

CI. 224 — 46. 
Compo Shoe Machinery Corp. : See — 
Small, Edward P. 2,686,924. 
Small. Edward F.. and Bastable. 2.073,994. 
Comptoir Industrie! d'Etirage et Profilage de Metaux, 
assignee : See — 

Heintze, Ren6, and Delcroix. 2,675,915. 
Compton, James A. : See — 

Lauck, John A., and Compton. 
Lauck. John A., and Compton. 2.094,980. 
Compton, James A., to Borg-Warner Corp. 2,695,566, 

CI. 103—120. 
Compton, James A., to Borg-Warner Corp. 2,696,172, CI, 

10.3—126. 
Compton. John D.. New Castle County, assignor to E. I. 
dii Pont de Nemours and Company. Wilmington. Del. 
Manufacturing copper phthalocyanlne. 2,668,171, 



Conbere, John P., Plainfleld, assignor to Merck & Co., Inc., 
Rahway, N. J. Steroid pyrldinium salts. 2.065,274, 
Jan. 5. 
Concrete Products Co. of America : See — 

Petensen, Robert P. 2.089,999. 
Concrete Saw Company, assignee : See — 

Coates. Neligh C. 
Conde, L.vall T. 2.074,9.53. CI. 103—135. 
Conde Lyall T. 2,075,821, CI. 137 — 103. 
Condello, Vincent : See — 

De Padova, Pasquale A., and Condello. 2,080,433. 
Conder, Christopher F., and \V. R. Elliott. 2,696,094, CI. 

43 — 12.48. 
Condo, Fred B., and H. A. Newey, assignors to Shell De- 
velopment Company. 2.674,585, CI. 260—23. 
Condo, Fred E., and J. R. Vinograd, assignors to Shell 

Development Company. 2. 074. .593, CT. 260—92.8. 
Condon, Francis H., Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to 
Phillips Petroleum Company. Olefin isomerization. 
2,600,798, Jan. 19. 
Condon. Francis H., to Borg-Warner Corp. 2,681,469, 

CI. 16—110. 
Condon Raymond J., to Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator 

Co. Re. 23,844. CI. 73—304. 
Condra. Elmo L., Long Beach, Calif. Retrievable cement- 
ing plug. 2.609.305. Feb. 10. 
Condran, James M. : See — 

Baireuther, Edward J., Condran, and Rochwite. 
2,694,339. 
Cone Automatic Machine Co. Inc. : See — 
Brown, Roger W. 
Brown, Roger W. 2,690,692. 
Miller, Carroll E. 
Miller, Carroll E. 2,696.897. 
Ranney, Herbert H. 2.690,691. 
Rice, Melvin F. 2.690,608. 
Cone, Carroll, to Surface Combustion Corp. 2,694,lo7, 

CI. 310 — 58. 
Cone, John H., Bavtown, Tex., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments to Standard Oil Development Company, Eliza- 
beth, N. J. Structure and preparing same for railroad 
crossings. 2,672,295, Mar. 16. ^ ^ 

Cone, Joseph H., to Casco Products Corp. 2,682,719, CI. 

Og •J'J 

Cone, Joseph H., to Casco Products Corp. 2,686,984, CL 
38 — 77. 

Cone, Joseph H., to Casco Products Corp. 2,692,938, 
CI. 240 — 2. 

Cone, Joseph H., to Casco Products Corp. 2,695,957, 
CI. 250—33. 

Cone Richard E., assignor to The McBee Company. 
2,6'75,019, CI. 33-70. 

Conerv. William J., to The F. E. Myers & Bro. Co. 
2,691,346, CI. 103—5. 

Congdon, William J., Hopewell, and C. F. Weston, Prince 
George County, Va., assignors to Allied Chemical & 
Dye Corporation, New York. N. Y. Purification of 
waste gases containing chlorine by treatment with an 
alkaline nitrite solution to effect removal of the chlo- 
rine constituent therefrom. 2,665.190, Jan. 5. 

Congdon. William J.. Hopewell, and S. W. Grossmann, 
Petersburg. Va., assignors to Allied Chemical & Dye 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Chlorine from HCl. 
2.605,195, Jan. 5. 

Congoleum-Nairn, Inc. : See — • 

Benedict. Walter E.. Dnbry. and Kelly. 2,694,831. 

Coninx, William A. 2,690,577, CI. 15 — 21. ^ ^„_ ^, 

The Fluor Corp, Ltd. 2,097.587, CI. 



Feb. 2. 

Compton, Justin S. 

2,695,245, CI. 117 

Compule Corp., The 

Lockhart 

Lockhart, 

Lockhart, 

Lockhart 



to The National 

15. 

See — 
Marshall L. 
Marshall L. 



Cash Register Co. 



Marshall L. 

Marshall L. 
Lockhart, M-.irshall L. 
Lockhart, Marshall L. 
Lockhart, Marshall L. 



2,088,325. 
2.689.500. 
2,693,183. 
2.093.184. 
2.093,185. 
2.695,614. 



to The Homer Laughlin China Co. 
-115. 

and A. Scharf. assignors 
Schlage Lock Company. 



bv mesne 
2;675,577, 



Computer Research Corporation of California, assignee : 

See — 

Wilson, Bernard T. 
Comstock, Alfred E. 2,697,918, CI. 62 — 106. 
Comstock, George H., 3rd, to Norton Co. 2,681,944, 

CI. 13—25. 
Comstock, George E., 3d, and G. Crompton, Jr., to Norton 

Co. 2,695,478. CI. 51 — 72. 
Comstock. Leslie H. 2,690,226, CI. 166—145. 
Comstock, Rock L., Weeks, La., assignor to Morton Salt 

Company, Chicago, 111. Drying calcium chloride and 

product produced thereby. 2,071,009, Mar. 2. 
Comte, Georges : See — 

Bour,seau, Jean, and Comte. 2,090,531. 
Conant, Louis A., to Union Carbide and Carbon Corp. 

2.695.945. CI. 219—8. 

Conant, Louis A., to Union Carbide and Carbon Corp. 

2.695.946, CI. 219 — 8. 

Conant, Russell W. Los Angeles, assignor to Technicolor 
Motion Picture Corporation. Hollywood. Calif. Mask- 
ing of photographic color film. 2,673.150, Mar. 23. 



Conison. Joseph, to 

257—2. 
Conkle. Charles J., 

2,092,552, CI. 101- 
Conklin, Robert M., 

assignments, to 

CI. 16—52. 
Conkling. William C, assignor to Richmond Manufacturing 

Company. 2.677,462, CI'. 209—403. 
Conley Alvin M., Los Angeles. Calif. Hydraulic elevator 

descent control valve. 2.664,916. Jan. 5. „„.,„, 

Conlev, diaries C, to Honan-Crane Corp. 2,096,914, CI. 

210—112. 
Conlev, George D., Sweetwater, Tex. Beer can punch. 

2.664,623, Jan. 5. .r. . . . ,^ 

Conley. Herbert J., Jr.. Boston, Mass. Device to hold 

articles. 2.672,240, Mar. 16. 
Conley, John P. : See — „„„.„„„ 

McGowan, Frank L., and Conley. 2,684,338. 
Conlev, Joseph M. : See — 

Prcssey, Donald B., and Conley. 
Conley. Thomas A., to American Optical Co. 2,092.712. 

CI. 224 — 5. 
Conlogue. James : See — 

JIcDonald. Edwin P., and Conlogue. 
Conlv James C. assignor to Douglas Aircraft Company. 

Inc. 2,678,953, CI. 260—653. 
Conniar Products Corp. : Sec — 

Prupis, Robert t, and Bashover. 2,697,227. 
Ulrich, Frederick. 2,694,243. 
Conn, C. G.. Ltd. : Sec — 

Kent. Earle L. 2.097.959. 
Conn, Leroy J. 2,092,127, CI. 259—134. 
Connecticut Bank and Trust Co. : See — 
Montgomery, Donald H. 2,697,257. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



105 



Smith, and Kog- 



2,683,002. 



2,684,754, 



Connecticut Hard Rubber Co., The : See — 
Humphrey, Utncham J., and Wasserman. 
PanagrossI, Ahmed. 2,685,459. 
I'feniiiUKer, Arnold, Jr., and Calistro. 2,674,505. 
Connecticut Variable Gear Corporation, The, assignee : 
See- 
Morgan, Porter S. 2,675,898. 
Council, Evuu S., Jr., Santa Cruz, Calif. Bicycle at- 
tached toy niacliine gun. 2,6(>7,720, Feb. 2. 
Connell, treorge .\. : See — 

O'lirien. I'atrick J., and Conhell. 2,690,387. 
Connell. John M., assignor to Native Footwear, Inc. 

2,078,456. CI. 12 — 14r.. 
Connell, Lawrence H. 2,690,882, CI. 242 — 54. 
Connell, Lawrence H. 2,694,754, CI. 179^100.2. 
Connell, Halph. Los Angeles, assignor to Angolus En- 
gineering Corporation, South Gate, Calif. Conductor 
system for electrified rails. 2.668.199, Feb. 2. 
Conner, Guy O.. to Danly Machine Specialties, Inc. 

2.683,487, CI. 164— 2.-). 
Conner, Harold D., Wichita, Kans. Aromatic device. 

2,671,088, Mar. 9. 
Conner. Ray E., to Warren Automatic Tool Co. 2,696,111, 

CI. 73 — 151. 
Conner, Tom E., Elk Grove, Calif. Suction pickup head 

unit for seed harvesters. 2,667,025, Jan. 20. 
Conner, Willard P., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Firing electric detonators and 
circuit therefor. 2.672.813. Mar. 23. 
Conning, James, assignor to British Insulated Callender's 

Cables Limited. 2,676,389. CI. 29 — 148. 
Connolly, John A. 2,691,418, CI. 166 — 129. 
Connolly, John A., to Acme Tool & Tester Co., Inc. 

2,696,759, CI. 89 — 1. 
Connolly, John E. : Sec — 

Skillman, Newton, Jr., Connolly, 

Strom. 2,683,637. 
Smith, Fred R., and Connolly. 
Connolly, William E. : See — 

Adams, Harold F.. and Connolly. 
Connor Enaineering Corp. : Ser — 

Argpntieri. Peter A. 2.687.746. 
Connor, John A. 2,696.576. CI. 317 — 249. 
Connor, Thomas F. 2,692.408. CI. 20 — 2. 
Connor. Tod B. 2.697.462. CI. 146 — 16. 
Conord, Auguste. 2,681,557, CI. 68 — ^23. 
Conover, Alonzo E. : See — 

Bankauf. William F., and Conover. 
Conover. Warren C, assignor to Outboard, Marine & 
. Manufacturing Company, Waukegan. 111. Dual pro- 
peller propulsion device. 2,672,115, Mar. 16. 
Conrad, Charles F. 2,685,778, CI. 62 — 99. 
Conrad. Harry, and L. Bowers, Mount Morris, 111. 

Stitch failure detector. 2,668.289, Feb. 9. 
Conrad, John F., to Deltron Electric Products, Inc. 

2.682,588. CI. 200—132. 
Conrad, Lonis J., and H. S. Stiles, to Kind & Knox Gelatin 

Co. 2,692,201, CI. 99—130. 
Conrad, Martin B. : See — 

Baker. Reuben C, and Conrad. 2.674,314. 
Baker, Reuben C, and Conrad. 2,681,113. 
Baker, Reuben C, and Conrad. 2,690.225. 
Baker, Reuben C. and Conrad. 2.695.065. 
Ragan. Thomas M.. and Conrad. 2.695.064. 
Conrad, Martin B., Downey, assignor to Baker Oil Tools, 

Inc., Vernon, Calif. Check valve. 2,671,466, Mar. 9. 
Conrad, Martin B., to Baker Oil Tools, Inc. 2,681,114, 

a. 166—63. 
Conrad. Martin B., to Baker Oil Tools, Inc. 2,687,694. 

CI. 103—52. 
Conrad, Martin B., to Baker Oil Tools, Inc. 

CI. 166—63. 
Conrad, Martin B., to Baker Oil Tools, Inc. 

CI. 220—55.3. 
Conrad, Martin B., and E. H. Clark, Jr.. assignors to Baker 

Oil Tools, Inc. 2,675,876, CI. 166 — 11. 
Conrath, Jules R., to Vickers Inc. 2,683,854, CI. 321—25. 
Conrov, Addison B., and W. L. Kimmel. to Aeroduct. Inc. 

2,697,452. CI. 138—56. 
Conroy, Charles L. : See — 

Demlow, Edward J. 2.681.817. 
Stranberg, Don F. 2,694.332. 
Conroy, Edward A.. Plainfield. N. J., assignor to Amer- 
ican Cyananiid Company. New York, N. Y. 1-thio- 
carbamyl-4-heterocyclic piperazines. 2,666,055, Jan. 
12. 
Conroy, Edward A., Plainfield. N. J., assignor to American 
Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Disubstituted 
piperazines and preparing the same. 2.672,460, Mar. 16. 
Conroy, Edward H., Jr.. and H. W. Haines, Jr., to Texas 

Gulf Sulphur Co. 2.687,344, CI. 23 — 294. 
Conso Metal Products. Inc. : Ser — 

Loucony. Adolphe W. 2.689,607. 
Consoldane, Anthony V.. F. J. Jones, S. M. Klrinec, and 

E. Ward. 2.678.2.30, CI. 294 — 69. 
Consoletti, Paul C, assignor to 

2,676,619, CI. 139—88. 
Consoletti. Paul C, to Draper 

139—96. 
Consolidated Electric Co. : See — 
Ress, Thomas I. 2,676,869. 
Ress, Thomas I. 2,692,301. 



2,692,023, 
2,692,066, 



Draper Corporation. 
Corp. 2,690,771, CI. 



2,680,812. 

2,691,107. 

2.691,108. 
2.694.151. 
and Robinson. 



2,683,811. 

2,(i8S,0S7. 
, and Lahti. 



2,688,088. 



2,696,562. 



2,688,1.59. 



2,678,761. 
See — 



Consolidated Engineering Corp. : See- 
Berry, Clifford E. 2.676,264. 
Berry, Clifford B. 
Berry, Clifford E. 
Berry. Clifford E. 
Berry, Clifford E. 
Kerry, Clifford E,, 
tioodwin. Paul S. 
Lahtl, Arvo A. 2.676,270. 
Lahti. Arvo A. 2,680,383. 
Lahti, Arvo A,, (ioodwin. .md Blanchard, 
Richardson, Arthur D. 2,691,142. 
Robinson, Charles F. 
Robinson, Charles F. 
Robinson, Charles F, 
Robinson, Charles F., 
Spaulding. Carl P. 
Consolidated Gas Electric Light and Power Co. of Balti- 
more : See — 

Lusby, Oscar W. 2,686,112. 
Consolidated Machine Tool Corporation, assignee : See — 

Forward, Worthy J. F. 
Consolidated Mining and Smelting Co. of Canada, Ltd., 
The : See — 

Middleton, Arthur E., Reynolds, and Peet. 2,676,112. 
Mills, James R.. Robinson, and Miller. 2.698.344. 
Reynolds, Donald C, Middleton. and Peet. 2.676,111. 
Consolidated Molded Products Corp. : See — • 
Swartz, C. Kenneth, Calpin, and Foderaro. 
Swartz, Charles K. 2,679,473. 
Consolidated Packaging Machinery Corp. : See — 
Dolman, Henry J. 2,684.191. 
Gantzer. Howard E. 2,691,473. 
Consolidated Vacuum Corp. : See — 

Gerow, Gordon P., and Wishart. 2,693,822. 
Warren, Horace 6. 2,683,614. 
Warren, Horace G. 2,684.195. 
Warren. Horace G., and Black. 
Wishart. James. 
Consolidated Vultee Aircraft Corp. : 
Curnutt, Clarvel R. 
Gunthorp, Seth. 2,679,305. 
Larsen. Harry L. 
Lee Webster R 

MacArthur, Arthur, Jr. 2,677,045. 
Pall, Francis A., and Pfankuch. 
Pickens. William A. 2,675,992. 
Powers, Bradford W. 2,697,568, 
Consolo, Michael D.. and G. V. Clanton ; said Consolo to 

said Clanton. 2,694,538, CI. 248 — 42. 
Constance, Joseph A., assignor to Brightwater Paper Com- 
pany and Millers Falls Paper Company. 2,676,119, 
CI. 117-103. 
Constantakis, George V., assignor to United States Rubber 

Company. 2.675,073, CI. 164 — 17. 
Constantakis, George V., assignor to United States Rubber 

Company. 2,675,075, CI. 164 — 38. 
Constantakis, George V., to United States Rubber Co. 

2,696,657, CI. 29—76. 
Constantinesco, George. 2,677,955, CI. 72 — 50. 
Constantino, Constantine S. : See — 

Barrett, Hillard E., and Constantino. 
Constructions Electro-Mecanlques de 
Ancienne Usine "Wageor" : See — 
Gerentes, Jean. 2,683,375. 
Container Cap Co. : See — 

Willis, Sumner C. 2,689,064. 
Container Corp. of America : See — 

Andrew, .Tames B. W.. Jr. 2.689,078. 

Chidsey. Francis A.. Jr. 2.687,247. 

Davidson, George W., Kupfer, and Kilmer. 

Freeman, Claude C. 2.c.s4.T5n. 

Freeman. Claude C. 2.687,248. 

Foster, Thomas W. 2,675,912. 

Johnson, Leonidas E. 2,692,722. 

Leavitt, James P. H. 

Main, James W. 2,675,166. 

Main, James W. 2,689,077. 

Main, James W. 2,690.285. 

Ohrn. Rudolph E. 2,677,543. 

Roshkind, Allan I., Stephenson, Rau, and Poster. 

2,675,105. 
Shanahan, Curtis M. 
Theobald, Delbert A. 
Turner, William E.. 
Wagonseller. Earl A. . 
Container Lock Lid Co. : See — 
Dayley. Carl C. 2.694.589. 
Container Mfg. Co, : See — 
Sax. Max. 2.682.138. 
Conte, Juliette A. M., Cannes, France. Electric shaver 
. waste collecting means, 2,669.016. Feb. 16. 
Conte, Robert J. 2.683.956. CI. 46 — 212. 
Conti, John D.. assignor to American Viscose Corporation. 
2,675,746. CI. 93—1. 

Conti, John D., to American Viscose Corp. 2,684.210, CI. 
242—55. 

Conti, John D., to American Viscose Corp. 2,685,769, CI. 

53—55. 
Conti, .Tohn D., to American Viscose Corp. 2,685.770, 01. 

53—83. 



2,687,868. 
Salnt-Etienne 



2,694,504, 

2,675,437. 

and Foster. 

.697,547. 



2,675,157. 



284920— P- 



-8 



106 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



to American Viscose Corp. 2,088,350, 



2,693,423. 



Contl, John D., to American Viscose Corp. 2,680,128. CI. 

99—171. 
Contl, JoUn D., 

CI. 154—1. 

Continental Aviation & Engineering Corporation, assignee ; 
See — 

CoiilnB. Whitney. 2,677,232. 
Continental Can Co., Inc. : See — 

Baxter, Thomas R. 

Bendix, Gordon H., and Tamm. 2,096,589. 

Bergstrom, Harold A. 2,090,339. 

Bergstrom, Harold A. 2,090,340. 

Blaing-Leisk, Edwin G. 2,096,107. 

Boyd, John M., Simpson, and Mero. 2,093,305. 

Cameron, Allan M., and Walter. 2,086,604. 

Evans, Raymond J., and Schneider. 2,688,776. 

Gordon, Bruce B. 2,695,738. 

Gordon, Bruce B. 2,095,739. 

Becker, Leonard R., and Clark. 

Hencliert, John. 2,088,419. 

Henchert. John. 2,694,502. 

Johnson, Scott R. 2,093,582. 

Laxo, Ed. 2,686,531. 

Pardee, Edward A., and Baxter. 

Plazze, Thomas E. 2,676,443. 

Plazze. Thomas E. 2,082.910. 

Punte, William F. 2,095,730. 

Schneider. Julius L. 2,096,106. 

Simpson, Justin, and Blaing-Leisk. 2,690,296. 

Teague, Walter D., Peltz, and Immermann. 2,690,003. 

Treff, Alfred. 2,695,941. 

Weisenburg, Andrew. 2,095,650. 

Continental Copper & Steel Industries, Inc., assignee : 
See— 

Elling, William E. 
Continental Elastic Corporation, assignee : See — 

O'Neill, Harry T., Jr. 2,676,763. 
Continental Foundry & Machine Co. : See — 

Hibner, De Los E., Jr. 2,090,631. 

Siegerist, Walter L. 2,697,489. 
Continental Machines, Inc. : See — ■ 

Gierlich, Raymond A. 2,080,911. 
Continental Motors Corp. : See — 

Bakke, Laurence D. 2,694,117. 

Walker, John L. 

Wiseman, William A. 
Continental Oil Co. : See — 

Baker, Edwin R. 2,684,943. 

Doty, William B. N., and Crawford. 2,688,124. 

Elkins, Lincoln P. 2,688,868. 

Hersh. Joseph M. 2,688,013. 

Kirk, James C, and Baker. 2,682,553. 

Messer, Elmer S. 2,679,159. 
Continental Plastics Corporation, assignee : See — 

Kiba, Yoneo. 2^677,479. 
Continental Silver Co., Inc. : See — 

Kolisch, Emil. 2,686,426. 

Koiisch, Emil. 2,680,034. 

Kolisch, Emil. 2,688,878. 

Kolisch. Emil. 2,689,082. 
Continental Transport Appliances, Ltd. : See — 

Dorey, George B. 

Dorey, George B. 2,694,317. 

Dorey, George B. 2,694,471. 

Dorey, George B. 2,694,472. 

Dorey, George B. 2,698,206. 

Dorey, George B. 2,698,207. 
Continental Wire Corp. : See — 

Shafer, James C. 2,686,451. 
Continuous Metalcast Co., Inc., assignee : See — ■ 

Rossi, Irving, Easton, and Wilson. 2,674,019. 
Control, Inc. : See — 

Burris-Meyer. Harold. 2,688,873. 
Control Instrument Co., Inc. : See — 

Libman, Earl E. 2,682,370. 
Convert, Guy : See — 

Guenard, Pierre, and Convert. 
Conveyor Co., Inc., The : See — 

Saxe, Walter B. 2,675,128. 

Saxe. Walter B. 2,681,703. 

Saxe, Walter B. 2,687,037. 

Saxe, Walter E. 2,687,799. 
Conveyor Engineering Co. : See — 

Silver, Joseph B., and Harrod. 2,089,891. 
Convoy, Inc. : See — 

Larson, Marvin, Stedman, and Dannemiller. 
2 682 362 

Stedman, Allan L. 2,676,080. 
Conway, Hertsell S., to Standard Oil Co. 2,693,486, CI. 

260—504. 

Conway, Hugh G., assignor to British Messier Limited, 

Gloucester. England. Follow-up type fluid servomotor. 

2,670.715, Mar. 2. 

Conway, Joseph D., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Nozzle 

structure for rotary brnsbing devices. 2,668,310, Feb. 9. 

ConwelL Charles B., to United Aircraft Corp. 2,090,887, 

CI. 170—135.74. 
Cook, A. J. : See- 
Wooden, Cornelius B. 2,694.588. 
Cook, Alonzo J. 2,691,231, CI. 39—87. 
Cook, Arnold G., Lombard, 111., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Electric terminal block assembly. 
2,666,189, Jan. 12. 



2.684,113. 



2,680,811. 



2,698.131. 



Cook. Arthur H. : See — 

Heilbron, Ian .M., and Cook. 2,678,318. 
Cook, Ben H. : See — 

Davidson, Tliomas, and Cook. 
Cook, Charles A. : See — 

Keese, Beverly W., and Cook. 2,674,892. 
Cook, Charles A., and K. E. Eaton, to Clark Equipment Co. 

2,090.086, CI. 74 — 740. 
Cook Chemical Co. : See — 

Groschen, George E. 2,697,859. 
Cook, Curtiss L., and A. E. Young, to Deere & Co. 

2,695,734, CI. 222 — 310. 
Cook, Earle S. : See — 

Gorman, Andrew T., and Cook. 2,676,064. 
Cook, Earle S., Forest Hills, Pa., assignor to Westlnghouse 
Air Brake Company. Fluid pressure brake apparatus. 
2,672,376, Mar. 16. 
Cook, Earle S., to Westlnghouse Air Brake Co. 2,693.817, 

CI. 303 — 60. 
Cook, Earle S., and A. T. Gorman, to Westlnghouse Air 

Brake Co. 2,097,012, CI. 303—26. 
Cook, Edward, assignor to Edward Cook Machine Com- 
pany. 2,676,452, CI. 57—58.38. 
Cook, Edward, Machine Company, assignee : Bee — 

Cook, Edward. 2,676,452. 
Cook Electric Co. : Sec — 

Ha.'iselhorn. Walter C. 2.688.105. 
Kirkman, Robert A. 2,677,058. 
Cook, Elmer A. : See — 

Viebrock, Carl H., and Cook. 2,679,430. 
Cook. Elmer W. : See — 

Hook, Edwin O., and Cook. 2,683,166. 
Cook, Ernest B. : See — 

Sadler, Harry J., and Cook. 
Cook, Ernest P., assignor to Brown Company, Berlin, N. H. 
Multilength continuous doctor blade. 2,664,792. Jan. 5. 
Cook, Evin L., to Socony-Vacuum Oil Co.. Inc. 2,691,298. 

CI. 73—61. 
Cook, Gordon H., assignor to Taylor, Taylor & Hobson 
Limited, Leicester, England. Five component optical 
objective with the front three components forming a 
divergent combination. 2,064,783. Jan. 3. 
Cook, Gordon H., assignor to Taylor, Taylor & Hobson 

Limited. 2,676,517, CI. 88—57. 
Cook, Henry A. 2,690,707, CI. 97 — 15. 
Cook, James E., to The De Laval Separator Co. 

Ql 233 24. 

Cook, John, Grants Pass, Oreg. Folding pickup truck top. 

2,670,988. Mar. 2. 
Cook, John T.. Farmington, and L. B. Willett, assignors 
to Chamberlin Company of America, Detroit, Mich. 
Window construction. 2,667.669, Feb. 2. 
Cook, John T., and L. E, Willett. assignors to Chamber- 
lin Company of America. Detroit. Mich. Window con- 
struction. 2,667.671. Feb. 2. 
Cook, Keith W. 2,676,028, CI. 280 — 95. 
Cook, Leon S., Enid, Okla. Toothbrush holder and tooth- 
paste dispenser. 2,067,287, Jan. 20. 
Cook, Loren, to Loren Cook Co. 2,684,021. CI. 98 — 43. 
Coolc, Loren C, Benicia, Calif. Nonmetallic mine fuse. 

2,667,838, Feb. 2. 
Cook, Loren, Co. : See — 

Cook. Loren. 2. 684.621. 
Cook, Mel, assignee : See — 

Cook. Orville, Louis. 2,680,028. 
Cook. Melvin A. : See — 

Burrows, Lawton A., and Cook. 
Cook, Orville L., assignor of V2 to M. Cook. 2,680,028, 

CI. 280—150.5. 
Cook, Ralph W., assignor to Clinton Foods Inc. 

CI. 202 — 186. 
Cook, Ralph W., assignor to Clinton Foods Inc. 2,680,715, 

CI. 210—28. 
Cook, Robert F.. Jr. 2,683,308. CI. 30 — 91. 
Cook, Robert F., Jr. 2,697,956, CI. 81—9.5. 
Cook, Robert M. 2,692,437, CI. 33—138. 
Cook, Robert R. : See — 

Drumm, Manuel F., and Cook. 2,683,296. 
Cook, Thomas S., Eccleston, St. Helens, assignor to Pilk- 
ington Brothers Limited, Liverpool. England. Appara- 
tus for grinding flat glass on both faces simultaneously. 
2.673.428. Mar. 30. 
Cook, Wilfred J., W. V. Barker, and J. H. Tuck, to The 
International Nickel Co., Inc. 2,086,757, CI. 204 — 113. 
Cook. William H., Jr. : See — 

Larson Thorvold H., Mayer, Pfafman, Cook, and KirU- 
bride. 2,096,355. 
Cook, William H., Jr., Bellevue, C. E. Pfafman, and G. S. 
Schairer, assignors to Boeing Airplane Compan.v, 
Seattle, Wash. Airplane yaw damper. 2.672,307, 
Mar. 16. 
Cooke, Edward G. : See — 

Tavlor, James, Lowe, and Cooke. 2.677,60o. 
Cooke, Edward V. : See — 

Bowden, Cyril H., and Cooke. 2,698,287. 

Cooke. Frank A. : See — 

Lees, Edgar, and Cooke. 

Cooke, Garrett H. 2,685,873, O. 12.3—179. 

Cooke, James N., Jr. 2,697,873, CI. 29—460. 

Cooke, Joseph M. : See — 

Leonard. Charles H., and Cooke. 

Cooke, Reginald B. W. : See- 
Starr. Arthur T.. White, Clnderey, Matthews, and 
Cooke. 2,680.220. 



2,680,708, 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



107 



Cooke, Koy F.. to Gardener's Friend Co., a division of 
U. K. Cooke Mfp. Co. 1.\0SL'.704. CI. 30-153. 

Cooke, Stuart V. : See — 

Willenbrock, Frederick K., and Cooke. 2,677,107. 

Cooko, Theodore F. : See — 

Enstes, John W., and Cooke. 2.683,702. 

Cooksle.v, lialpli D., '■• to I'ressure Packasiui; Corp. 
2.68().0S1, CI. 2!)'J— 95. 

Cookson, Leonard T., assi};uor to The Upjohn Company, 
Kalamazoo, Mich. Liquid level control. 2,006,109, 
Jan. 12. 

Cooley, Austin G., assignor to Times Facsimile Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. I. Facsimile machine. 2,660,808, 
Jan. 19. 

Cooley, Austin G., to Times Facsimile Corp. 2,690,473, 
CI. 17» — 6.6. 

Cooljdpe, Roser S. 2,683,102, CI. 130 — 154. 

Coolidge, Sollace B., Jr., and R. A. Sturges, to The Sher- 
wln-Ullliauis Co. 2.694.S74, CI. 41 — 5.5. 

Coombes. Joseph H.. Jenkintown, assignor to The Budd 
Company. Philadelphia, Pa. Disk brake unit for asso- 
ciation with clasp brake trucks. 2,073,623, Mar. 30. 

Coombes, Joseph H., Jenkintown, and C. L. Eksergian, 
Media, assignors to The Budd Company, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Brake arrangement on sprnng-franie railway truck. 
2.673.622, Mar. 30. 

Coombs, Maurice M., and W. H. Gray, to Burroughs Well- 
come & Co. (U. S. A.) Inc. 2,691,657, CI. 260 — 294.8. 

Coon. Harold R.. Sr., and E. J. Rapp, to Lynch Corp. 
2,691,218. CI. 31— S. 

Coon, Harold R., Sr., and E. J. Rapp, to Lynch Corp. 
2,694.256, CI. 31—14. 

Coonan, Warren E. 2,693,726. CI. 81—15. 

Coonradt. Harry L., C. L. Gutzeit, and B. W. Rope, to 
Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., Inc. 2,689,266. CI.' 200—672. 

Coonradt, Teall, and F. K. Freundorfer. to International 
Business Machines Corp. 2,090.550, CI. 340—248. 

Coop, Agnes M., administratrix : See — 
Coop, William L. 2,685,824. 

Coop, William L., assignee : See — 

Cornelius, George W. 2.677,231. 

Coop. William L.. deceased, by A. M. Coop, administratrix. 
2,685,824. a. 90 — 59. 

Cooper, Adrian L. 2,687,318, CI. 292—114. 

Cooper, Anthony D., Wembley, E. H. Nelson. Harrow 
W eald, and A. H. Willoughby, Rickmansworth. England, 
assignors to General Electric Company. Discharge lamp 
flashing circuit. 2.673,943, Mar. 30. 

Cooper, Basil P., K. J. B. Clark, and A. Bradshaw, to 
United Shoe Machinery Corp. 2,693,740, CI. 92 — 54. 

Cooper, Benjamin : See — 

Qilmont, Roger, and Schwartz. 2,683,793. 

Cooper, Benjamin, New lork, N. Y. Treadle controlled 
toll checking system. 2,672,393, Mar. 10. 

Cooper, Benjamin, and A. F. Hohmann : said Horraann as- 
signor to said Cooper. 2,683,870, CI. 340 — 332. 

Cooper, Benjamin, and A. Hohmann ; said Hohmann assor. 
to said Cooper. 2.687,691, CI. 101 — SO. 

Cooper, Benjamin, and A. Hohmann ; said Hohmann assor. 
to said Cooper. 2.087,849, CI. 235 — 58. 

Cooper, Benjamin, and A. Hohmann ; said Hohmann assor. 
to said Cooper. 2,687,936, CI. 346 — 87. 

Cooper, Benjamin, and A. Hohmann ; said Hohmann assor- 
to said Cooper. 2,687.937, CI. 346 — 141. 

Cooper-Bessemer Corp. : See — 
Crooks, William R. 
Gehress, Hewitt A. 2,690,868. 

Ramsey, Robert P., Morain, and Bovard. 2,676,578. 
Rhoades, Warren A.. Jr. 2,682,866. 

Cooper, Charles G. 2,696,745, CI. 81 — 9.3. 

Cooper, Dexter P., Jr., assignor to Polaroid Corporation. 
Cambridge, Mass. Electric projection lamp. 2,666,158. 
Jan. 12. 

Cooper, Douglas E.. and I. C. Cheney, to Bristol Labora- 
tories, Inc. 2,688,618, CL 260—256. 

Cooper, George L. : See — 

Laviana, Donald W., Arnold, and Cooper. 2,684,825. 

Cooper, Gilbert N. 2,691,286, CI. 66—192. 

Cooper, Harry E. : See — 

Howe. Everett W., Cooper, and Homeier. 

Cooper, Henry J. 2.684,084, CI. 139 — 224. 

Cooper, Henry J. 2.695.040, CI. 139 — 13. 

Cooper, Hugh S.. assignor to W. M. Weil. 2.078,870. CI. 
23—14.5. 

Cooper, James J., and O. A. Vordtriede. St. Louis, as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to A. B. Chance Com- 
pany, Centralla, Mo. Fuse cutout. 2,668,209, Feb. 2. 

Cooper, Joseph. 2,676,863, CI. 312 — 246. 

Cooper, Joseph H. : See — • 

SeelofT. Melvin M., and Cooper. 

Cooper, Kenneth A., and T. C. H. Hill, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to National Research Development Corpo- 
ration. 2,680,674, CI. 23 — 207.5. 

Cooper, Lawrence O., Schumacher, Ontario, Canada. De- 
vice for recording the total quantity of material pass- 
ing over conveyer belts. 2,671,657, Mar. 9. 

Cooper, Lowell. Pasadena, and B. L. McNulty, Altadena, 

Calif. Fusee holder. 2.669.181. Feb. 16. 
Cooper, Lyle M., Rahway, N. J., assignor to the United 

States of America as represented bv the Secretary of 

War. Fuze. 2,666.389, Jan. 19. 



and Cooper. 



2,682,521, 
2,685,581, 



Cooper. May A., executrl-t : Sec — 

De Whalley. William R. M. 2,678,651. 
Cooper, Nelson 1). : ^'»■(■ — 

Siekmann, Harold J., Kasseliiiann, Luning, 
2,097,373. 
Cooper, Orin N. 2,689,471, CI. 68—22. 
Cooper, Robert B., and R. C. Shlpman, to United Co-Op- 

eratives. Inc. 2,690,324, CI. 254 — 1S5. 
Cooper, Robert H., and A. J. Greene, to .Monsanto Chemical 

Co. 2.695.904, CI. 260 — 306.6. 
Cooper. Robert S. : See • 

Skot'ters, -Maxwell J., and Cooiicr. 2,688,592. 
Cooper, Samuel A. : fe'ct — ■ 

Frcy, Erik, and Cooper. 2,680,507. 
Cooper, Victor J., Writtle, assignor to Marconi's Wireless 
Telegraph Company Limited, London, England. Therm- 
ionic amplilier. 2,670,409, Feb. 23. 
Cooper, Victor J., to Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Co. Ltd, 

2,693,500, CI. 178- 7.1. 
Cooper, Victor J., and N. N. P. Smith, to Marconi's Wire- 
less Telegraph Co. Ltd. 2,089,880, CI. 179 — 171. 
Cooper, Virgil K., Hollywood, Calif. Self-wringing mop. 

2,668,970, Feb. 16. 
Cooper Weymouth Inc. : See — 

Weymouth, George J., and Cooper. 2,694,994. 
Cooper, William C. : See — 

Weymouth, George J., and Cooper. 2,694,994. 
Cooper, William, & Nephews, Inc. : See — 

Carson, Nathan B., and Banks. 2,685,793. 
Cooper, William M., to Champion Mfg. Co. 2,695,015, 

CI. 125—13. 
Cooper, William S, : See — 

Bagwell-Purefoy, John, and Cooper. 2,677,308. 
Cooperative Utilities Co., Inc. : ^'('e — 

Miller, William J. 2,6S9,4.'?7. 
Cooperrider, Myron T. : Sec — 

Swenson, Marcus O. and P. F. 2,692,759. 
Cooper's. Incorporated, assignee: See — 

Phillips. John W., and Koush. 
Cootes, Harold E., to Aircraft-Marine Products Inc. 

2,690.562, CI. 1 — 177. 
Coover, Harry W., Jr. : See — 

Dickey, Joseph B., and Coover. 
Dickey, Joseph B., and Coover. 2,682,527. 
Dickey, Joseph B., and Coover. 2,691,616. 
Coover, Harry W., Jr., to Eastman Kodak Co. 

CI. 260 — 17. 
Coover, Harrv W., Jr., to Eastman Kodak Co. 

CI. 260—248. 

Coover, Harry W., Jr., and J. B. Dickey, assignors to East- 
man Kodak Company. 2,675,371, CI. 260 — 79.3. 
Coover, Harry W., Jr., and J. B. Dickey, assignors to East- 
man Kodak Company, 2,675,372, CI. 260-88.7. 
Coover, Harry W.. Jr., and M. A. McCall, to Eastman 

Kodak Co. 2,082,522, CI. 260 — 47. 
Coover, Harry W., Jr., and J. B. Dickey, to Eastman 

Kodak Co. 2.682,556, CI. 260 — 498. 
Coover, Harry W., Jr., J. B. Dickev and N. H. Shearer, to 

Eastman Kodak Co. 2,697,092, CI. 260—85.5. 
Cope, John E., and B. 0. Holland, to Pye Ltd. 2,693,531, 

CI. 250 — 27. 
Cope, John Q., El Cerrito, and W. H. Claussen, Berkeley, 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to California Research 
Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. Selective solvent 
extraction of petroleum. Re. 23,768, Jan. 12. 
Cope, John Q., El Cerrito, and W. H. Claussen, Berkeley, 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to California Research 
Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. Selective solvent 
extraction of petroleum. Re. 23,779, Feb. 9. 
Copeland. Paul L. : .See — 

De Lany, Beatrice P.. and Copeland. 
De Lany, Beatrice P., and Copeland. 2,675,493. 
De Lany, Beatrice P.. and Copeland. 2,679,020. 
Copeland, Randolph P., Park Ridge, assignor to Certain- 
Teed Products Corporation. Chicago, 111. Producing 
acoustical tile. 2,668,123, Feb. 2. 
Copeland Refrigeration Corporation, 

Curtis. Charles L. 
Copelln, Harry B., to B. I. du Pont 

2,682,546, CI. 260—347.8. 
Copelin, Harry B., to E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. 

2,694,093. CI. 260—615. 
Copeman Laboratories Co. : See — 
Copeman, Lloyd G. 2,688,236. 
Kisselle, John M. 
Copeman, Lloyd G., to Copeman Laboratories Co. 

2,688,236, CI. 62—108.5. 
Copen. Simon I. 2,687,728, CI. 128 — 218. 

Copenhaver, James E., B. D. Clarkson, and A. Woods, Jr., 
assignors to Sonoco Products Company. 2,677,165, CI. 
2.5—118. 

Copenhaver, John W., assignor to General Aniline & Film 
Corporation. 2,677,707, CI. 260 — 609. 

Copenhaver. John W., assignor to General Aniline & Film 
Corporation. 2,677,708, CI. 260 — 609. 

Copenhaver, John W., Easton, Pa., assignor to General 
Aniline & Film Corporation, New York, N. Y. Prepar- 
ing bisulfite addition products of raalonaldehyde. 
2,671,800, Mar. 9. 

Copenhaver, John W., and D. E. Sargent, Baston, Pa., 
assignors to General Aniline & Film Corporation, New 
York, N. ,Y. Producing a-halo-u-trihalopropyl ethers. 
2.666,083. Jan. 12. 



assignee : See — 
de Nemours and 



Co. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Copenhaver, Uoy T. 2,687,267, CI. 248—349. 

Copes, Joseph P., and D. L. F\iller, Enston, Pa., and C. 

SlcKlnle.v, Westfleld, N. J., iissijiiiors to General Aniline 

& Film Corporation, New York, N. Y, Production of 

N-plienyl pyrrole. 2,071.789, Mar. 9. 

Copes, Joseph P., and C. McKlnley, to General Aniline & 

Film Corp. 2,G86 817. CI. 260— .635. 
Copley, Harold E. : Sne — 

Walkiip, Lewis E., and Copley. 2,689,179, 
Copp, Daniel N. : Sec — 

Bowers, James P. 2,688.445. 
Bowers, James F. 2.690,117. 
Copp, Frederick C, to Burroughs Wellcome & Co. 

(U. S. A.) Inc. 2,691,677, CI. 260—567.6. 
Copp, Harrv N. : See — 

Carman, Leo H., and Copp. 2,685,301. 
Coppard, Anthony H., L. Hallas, G. H, Kinp, and B. Senrles, 
to Southern United Telephone Cables I^td. 2,689,334, 
CI. 324—57. 
Coppell, Clement L. : See — 

R«cine, Marcel J., and Coppell. 
Copper Research, assignee : See — 

Furness, William H. 
Coppins, Brian, to Atkron, Inc. 2,696,927, CI. 214 — 309. 
Coppinger, Galvin M. : Sec — 

Campbell. Tod W., and Coppinger. 2,686,123. 
Coppock, Philip D., to The DisUllers Co. Ltd. 2,687,287, 

CI. 201—124. 
Coppock, Philip D., and .T. T. McCombie, to The Distillers 

Co. Ltd. 2,095.285, CI. 260—210. 
Coppock, Walter J., Ridley Park, assignor to Sun Oil 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Oxidation inhibited min- 
eral oil. 2,005,254, Jan. 5. 
Corban, A. A., & Sons Ltd. : Sec — 

Mcintosh, William N., Ataya, and Corban. 2,697,972. 
Corban, Najib A. : See— 

Mcintosh, William N., Ataya, and Corban. 2,697,972. 
Corbell, Paul I. : See- 

Black, Robert J., and Corbell. 2,685,045. 
Corbett, Gerald M.. G. C. Wiggins and \V. S. Thurber. 
assignors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, 
IMich Esters of aralkylated cyclohexanols. 2,668,177, 
Feb. 2. 
Corbett, Harold. 2,680,880, CI. IS— 12. 
Corbett. Harold, to Halco Plastics, Inc. 2,688,769. CI. 

18—12. 
Corbett, Herbert A, : See — 

De Witt, William J., and Corbett. 
Corbett, Herbert A,, to Auburn Fishhook Co., Inc. 

2.688,790, CI. 29—9. 
Corbett, James P., to The English Electric Co. Ltd. 

2,686,475, CI. 103—1. 
Corbett. Joseph E., to Nu Tone, Inc. 2,089,906, CI. 

219 — 39. 
Corbett, Thomas H. 2.693,852, CI. 161—7. 
Corbitt, Howard E. 2,691,104, CI, 250—36. 
Corbitt, Robert A. : Sec — 

Dickey, Joseph B., and Corbitt. 2,685,599, 
Corbo, Robert L., Van Nuys. Calif., assignor to Hughes 
Tool Company, Houston. Tex. Terminal link for flex- 
ible feed chutes. 2,073,634, Mar. 30. 
Corby, John S., Old Windsor, England. Appliance for 
pressing neckties or strip material. 2,009,045, Feb. 10. 
Corcoran, Ethel J., and E. P. Cashman, to Standard Oil 

Development Co. 2.090,445, CI. 2()0 — 399. 
Corcoran, John F. 2.092.S04. CI. SO.S- ,S;^. 
Corcoran, Laurence E. 2,676,587, CI. 128 — 38. 
Cord, Howard O., Chicago, 111.. B. G. Morten, Munster, 
Ind., and C. J. Ryant, Jr., assignors to Standard Oil 
Company, Chicago, 111. Immersion heater. 2,669,435, 
Feb. 16. 
Corderman, Roy C, assignor to Western Electric Com- 
pany, Incorporated. 2,070,303, CI. 332—28. 
Cordler, David B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. 2,680,104, CI. 
200—39. 
Cordier, Lucien, Arnouville les Qonesse, France. Reed 

trimmer. 2,009,778, Feb. 23. 
Cordier, Otto : Nee — 

Flatz, Emil, llfivol, and Cordier. 2,687.714. 
Cordingly, Norman C, assignor to General Electric Com- 
pany. 2,679,608, CI. 313—60. 
Cordola, Fred. 2.692,807, CI. 311—83. 
Cordova, William. 2,674,507, CI. 312-15. 
Corelle, Alfred. Beverlv, Mass. Pry type vacuum cover 

opener. 2.070,641, Mar. 2. 
Corey, Donald W., to Buxton Inc, 2,685,550, CI. 154—116. 
Corev, Oporse II. : See — 

Kurlan'd, Morris, SlalT, and Corey. 2,090,872, 
Corey, Nicholas, assignor to Alexander 'Smith, Incorpo- 
rated. 2.077,959, CI, 7.3—9, 
Corey, Norris W. 2,684,714, CI, 160—199. 
Corfc, Edward V. : Sec — 

Michaelis, Harold A., and Corflf. 2,696,162, 
Corbart Refractories Co. : Sec — 

Magri, Ralph J., Jr. 2,690,974. 
Cork, Frank : See — 

Probert, Leslie B., Sutton, and Cork. 2,680,081. 
Corlett, Webster D. : See— 

Voorhios, Carl, and Corlett. 2,688,318. 
Corlett, Webster D„ River Forest and C. G. Mackie, Chi- 
cago, 111., assignors to Standard Screw Company, Hart- 
ford, Conn. Alaking self-locking screws having mis- 
matched threaded sections. 2,668,906, Feb. 16. 



Corlev, Mark H., B. A. Arvidson, and R. F. Barber, to 
Miller Wrapping & Sealing Machine Co. 2,687,004, 
CI. .')3— 120. 
Corley, Quentln D., Jr., to L. A. Toung Spring & Wire 

Corp. 2.683,539, CI. 214—77, 
Cormack, Alan, Kenton, assignor to The General Electric 
Company Limited, London, England. Electrical oscilla- 
tion generator. 2,671,850, Mar. 9. 
Corman, Julian, II. M. Tsuchlya, and H. J. Koepsell, as- 
signors to the United States of America as represented 
by the Secretary of Agriculture. 2,676,905, CI. 195 — 66. 
Cormany, David K., assignor to C & C Tool Corporation, 
Long Beach, Calif. Automatic power tongs. 
2,068,689, Feb. 9. 
Cormany, IJavid K., Long Beach, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Jamieson & Gabriel, Los Angeles, Calif, 
Fluid balanced valve. 2,072,158, Mar. 10. 
Cormier, George J., Fitchburg, Mass. Lock for liquid 

dispensing devices. 2,673,509, Mar. 30. 
Corn Products Refining Co. : See — 
Baldoni, Bernard. 2,676,169. 
Gapen, Clark C, and Bond. 2,678,903, 
Hach, William, and Benjamin. 2,681,352. 
Kerr, Ralph W., and Katzbeck. 
Kite, Francis E, 
Kooi. Earl R. 2.089,810. 
Newklrk, William B. 2,680,082. 
Segel. Edward. 

Wilson, Alexander L., and Alark. 2,683,150. 
Cornell, Carmen S. 2,691,294, CI. 72 — 99. 
Cornell, Ernest R., to E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. 



Safety cover for ex- 
23. 



Pa. 



Fuel burner. 
2.677,558. 
2,677,560, 
Coop and 

2.685.382, 

to The Cornelius Co. 2,093,821. CI. 

assignor to Byron Jackson Co. 
-796. 

Minneapolis, Minn. Check valve. 



2,693,624, CI. 22—57. 
Cornelison, Herbert L., Athens, Ga, 

tractor cylinders. 2,673,107. fllar. 
Cornelius Co., The : See — 

Cornelius, Nelson F. 2,093,821. 
Cornelius, Nelson F. 2,685,382, 
Cornelius, Frank H., Shade Gap, 

2,005,748, Jan, 12. 
Cornelius, Gail, assignor to R. M. Wade & Co. 

CI. 285 — 170. 
Cornelius, Gail, assignor to R. M. Wade & Co. 

CI. 285—197. 
Cornelius. George W., assignor of ''(< to W. L. 

Vi to T. V. Cornelius. 2,077,231, CI. 60 — 30. 
Cornelius, Nelson P. : See — 

Cornelius. Richard T. and N. F. 
Cornelius, Nelson F., to The Cornelius Co. 

CI. 220—3. 
Cornelius, Nelson F,, 

137—508. 
Cornelius, Paul D., 

2,677,393, CI. 137- 
Cornelius, Richard T,, 

2,073,002, Mar. 23 
Cornelius, Richard T. 2,093,704. CI. 10.3-133. 
Cornelius, Richard T„ Minneapolis, and N. F. Cornelius, 

Anoka, Minn. Motor-driven compressor. 2,673,028, 

Mar. 23. 
Cornelius, Tina V., assignee : See — 

Cornelius, George W. 2,077,231. 
Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory, Inc., assignee : See — 
Dve, Edward R. 2,077,905. 
Dve, Edward R. 2,078,507. 
Dye, Edward R. 2.079.046. 
Cornell-Uubilier Electric Corp. : See — 
Bennett, Arthur E. C. 
Dubilier. William. 
Dublller, William. 2.683,792. 
Dubilier, William, 2,090,540. 
Jordan, Orval H. 2,694,805. 
Tn-gouiu'.:. \\ illiani C. 
Weiss, Felix, and Seybold. 2,687,334, 
Cornell. Elton S., assignor to Abrasive Machine Tool Com- 
pany. East Providence, R. I. Ilydraullcally driven ma- 
chine tool. 2,671,294, Mar. 9, 
Cornell, George V. 2.092,9a;!, CI. 219 — S. 
Cornell, James S.. assignor to the United States of America 

as represented by the Secretary of the Army. 2,675,256, 

CI. 287—58. 
Cornell, Marvin S. 2,685,992, CI. 224—45. 
Cornell, Kov (.'., and J. E. Dean. 2,089,408. CI. 33—109. 
Cornell, Warren A., to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Inc. 

2.691.729. CI. 250—27. 
Cornell. Warren A.. Heechhurst, N. Y., N. I. Hall, West 

Los Angeles, Calif., G. Hecht, Astoria, C. D. Koechling, 

Floral Park, N. Y., F. A. Korn, Westfleld, 

Powell, Clifton. N. J., assignors to Bell 

Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. 

tronic discharge-tube controlled telephone 

system. 2,006,090, Jan. 12, 
Cornell, Warren A.. N. I. Hall, and H, E. Powell, to Bell 

Telephone Labor.itories, Inc. 2,097,140, CI. 179 — 175.2. 
Corner. I'Uigene S., assignor to Standard Oil Development 

Company. 2.078.20-1. CI. 48—190. 
Cornet, Genevieve G. 2.690.565, CI. 2—108. 
Cornett, Walter V., Los .\ngeles, Calif. Concrete breaking 

machine. 2,072.331, Mar. 10. 
Corney, Harold D., Duniont. N. J., assignor to United 

States Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Wrapped 

tire. 2.(Ui5,001, ,laii. 5. 
Cornlck Carrincton R., Richmond, Va. Combined stool 

and cabinet. 2,007,058, Fob. 2. 



and H. E. 
Telephone 
Y. Elec- 
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LIST OF PATENTEES 



109 



Cornillenu. Mnrcel : Sfe — 

Violet, Andrf, anil CorniUeau. 
Corning Class Works : See — 

Armistejul. WilUani H. 2.6SS,:)5!). 

Ariuistoail. Willinm II. 2,t5SS,5t!0. 

Arnilstead, William H. L'.tiSS.rxil. 

Armistead. ^\'illiaIn II. l!,(>91,Sr>r). 

Annistend, William 11. J.dltli.Soo. 

Crawford, Clark A., and Frailer. 

Palilniati. Fredorick A., and Tingley. 2,6So,7fi5. 

Dann, Guy E. 2,t>S5,152. 

(Jlllon, .laiiios W. 2,(>9l),GS)9. 

Goodrich, Levi F. 

Kelm. Everett F. 2.086.027. 

Pascucci, Euiillo. 2.686,255. 

Smith, Uail I'. 2,l>9G,5T7. 

Stookey. Stanley D. 2,682,134. 

Stookey. Sianlov V. 2.(iS4.!tll. 

White. Ilarvev J. 2.691.500. 
Cornish, Don, and R. L. Pottberg. 2,676,018. CI. 273—130. 
Cornthwalte, William K. : Set- — 

Bryant. Harold W.. and Cornthwalte. 
Cornwell, Earl D., Downers Grove, assignor to Armour 
and Company, Chicago, 111. Sticker composition for 
insecticides and fungicides. 2,060,712, Jan. 19. 
Cornwell, Ralph T. K., to American Viscose Corp. 

2,680,725, Cl. 99—170. 
Cornwell, Ralph T. K., to American Viscose Corp. 

2,686,744. Cl. 154—50. 
Corona. Antonio. Milan. Italy. Printing pressure device 

for alcohol duplicators. 2.070,678. Mar. 2. 
Coroniti, .Joseph D. 2.080,054. Cl. 27.3 — 51. 
Corpeny, Elbert J., assignor of one-half to C. J. Klein, 
Kans.TS City, Mo. Basement clothesline hanger. 
2,070.169, Feb. 23. 
Corrado. Victor M.. to Mergenthaler Linotype Co. 

2,683.526. Cl. 199—50. 
Corrosion Control Company, The, assignee : See — 

Vallett. Walter I. 
Corslglia. John, to Surface Combustion Corp. 2,685,333, 

Cl. 15S— 7. 
Corson, Eve L. 2,690.930. Cl. 299 — 83. 
Corson. James B. 2,097.205. Cl. 20 — 31. 
Corson. William G., Akron. Ohio. Valve for inflatable 

articles. 2.071,633, Mar. 9. 
Corson. William G.. .Akron, Ohio. Nonskid tire and mak- 
ing the same. 2,072.910. -Mar. 23. 
Corssen, James E. 2,683,782, Cl. 200 — 81.4. 
Cortecgiano, Willinm L. : See — 

Redmond. John A., and Corteggiano. 2,689,900. 
Cortland Industries, Inc. : See — 

Seever. John B. 2.096,609. 
Corum, Charles A. : See — 

Gordon, Carroll M., and Corum. 
Corum. (Jordon L. : See — 

Saunders. Gerald B., and Corum. 2,683,019. 
Corwin, Alfred W. : See — 

Frerer, Paul G., and Corwin. 2,085,657. 
Cory Corp. : Sec — 

Clark, Jesse H. 2,092.937. 

Karlen, Harvey R. 2,683,442. 
Peters, Herbert W. 

Cory, Ellwood R., and G. B. Warren. 2,684,429. Cl. 

219 — 20. 
Cory, George L., to American Hard Rubber Co. 2,686,142, 

Cl. 154—106. 
Cory, Samuel I., Towaco, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone I^aboratories, Incorporated. New York. N. Y. 
Telegraph signal distortion indicating and measuring 
device. 2.068.192. Feb 2. 
Corydon, Jefif, II, to Bump-Air Inc. 2.681,246, Cl. 293 — 

67. 
Cosby, John N. : See — 

Eberts, Richard K., Cosby, and Porter. 2,688,635. 
Cosmetto, Aristodeme J. 2,688,858, Cl. 65 — 53. 
Cosmocord Plastics Limited, assignee : See — 

Sturm. Robert H. 
Cosmos. William J.. Chicago. 111. High-speed, low-vibra- 
tion drive pulley for flat belts. 2.673,470, Mar. 30. 
Cosom Industries. Inc., assignee : See — 

Carlson, Clinton V., and Schober. 
Cosper, Dale L.. assignor to Versal Inc., South Bend, Ind. 

Folding wheel chair. 2,665,743, Jan. 12. 
Cossor. A. C. Ltd. : See — 

Allen. Alaric. 2,691,161. 
Covin. Dennis H. 

Fleming-Williams, Brian C, and Woodward. 
2.677,090. 
Costa, Frank. 2,688,137. Cl. 2— U6. 
Costa, William. 2,692,570, Cl. 114 — 77. 
Costa. William .T.. assignee : See — 

Bridv. Victor I\t. 
Costarella, Anthony R. 2,686,324, Cl. 15 — 93. 
Costello. John P., to Fred'k H. Levey Co., Inc. 2,696,168, 



CI. 101 — 110. 
Costello. Vincent 

84—93. 
Coster, Allan A 



A., to Nor-Cos Corp. 2.694,333, CI. 



2,688,018, 
2,694,065, 



. Lewisboro, N. Y.. assignor to The Re- 
flectone Corporation. Stamford, Conn. Jloving target 
generating device. 2,671,612, Mar. 9. 

Coster, Allan A., to The Reflectone Corp. 2,696,595, Cl. 
339—112. 



Coster, Lloyd R., Pine Bluff, Ark., assignor to Food Mu- 
chinery & Chemical Corporation, San Jose, Calif. .Muu- 
ufueture of chloral. 2,()0U,5S5, Feb. 10. 

Costikyan, Kent R., Moutclalr, N. J. Luggage carriage 
harness. 2,070.909. Mar. 2. 

Costner, Durward : Sec — 

Weisz, Herman, and Costner. 2,091,602. 

Coston. Joseph K. 2,097,430, Cl. 128—214. 

Cosuliih, Donna B., to American Cyauamid Co. 
Cl. 200 — 251.5. 

Cosulieli, Donna B., to American Cyananiid Co. 
Cl. 200—251.5. 

Cotchett, Louis M. : See — 

Swanson, Kenneth P., and Butler. 2,691,402. 

Cotchett, Louis -M., assignor to Textile Engineering Cor- 
poration. 2,078,475. Cl. 19 — 142. 

Cote, Omer E., and G. 11. Nilsen, to United States Auto- 
matic Box Machinery Co., Inc. 2,097,908, Cl. 93—51. 

Cote, Ovila R. 2,678,6i0. Cl. 113—1. 

Cote. WiUcord W. 2,082,302, Cl. 158 — 70. 

Cotsworth, Albert, 111, to Zenith Radio Corp. 2,692,909, 
Cl. 178-5.8. 

Cotter, Milton A. 2,675,858, Cl, 155—79. 

Cotter, Perry G., assignor to the United States of America 
as represented by the Solicitor of the Department of 
the Interior. 2,679,452. Cl. 51 — 309. 

Cotterell, Frampton : Sec — 

Bickell Stanley F., Cotterell, and Jackson. 2,683,319. 

Cotterell, Alaurice S. : See — 

Fox. Clarence D. 2,689.093. 

Cotterill, Ernest, and E. Robinson, to Courtaulds Ltd. 
2.690,847. Cl. 139 — 120. 

Cotterman, Frank D., assignor to Crane Co. 2,680,251, 
Cl. 4—292. 

Cottingham, Morrison, Shreveport, La., assignor to W. R. 
Stepuens Investment Company, Inc., Little Rock, Ark. 
Doughnut making machine. 2,669,949, Feb. 23. 

Cottle jUoliiier L. : c^te — 

Jlorway, Arnold J., Young, and Cottle. 

Morway, Arnold J., Young, and Cottle. 2,680,719. 

Young, David W., and Cottle. 2,083,132. 

Cottle, Delmer L., assignor to Standard Oil Development 
Company. 2,078,332. Cl. 260 — 475. 

Cottle, Delmer L., D. W. Young, and F. Knoth, Jr., to 
Standard Oil Development Co. 2,092,233, Cl. 252 — 56. 

Cotton, Robert B., and D. B. Doolittle, to All American 
Engineering Co. 2,692,120, Cl. 2."i8 — 1.2. 

Cotton, Robert H., G. O. Rorabaugh, and W. A. Harris, 
assignors to Holly Sugar Corporation. 2,678,288, Cl. 
127 — 40. 

Cotton, William, Ltd. : See — 

Lynam, John E., and McCarthy. 2,692,489. 

Cotton, William J., to Mathleson Chemical Corp. 2,689,217, 
Cl. 204 — 164. 

Cottrell, C. B., & Sons Company, assignee : See — 
Luehrs, Hans J. 
Meyer. Joseph E., and Luehrs. 
Ziehen, Theodore R. 

Cottrell, Robert B. : See — 

Heater, Charles L., and Cottrell. 2,697,406. 

Cottrell, Robert B., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Draft gear. 2.670,856, Mar. 2. 

Cottrell, Robert B., to American Steel Foundries. 
2,683,426, Cl. 105—197. 

Cottrell, Robert B., Chicago, and A. T. Richardson. Jr., 
St. Charles, assignors to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, III. Spring group. 2,668,050. Feb. 2. 

Coty, Inc. : See — 

Croce, Santy M. 2,689,150. 

Martin, Jean R. L. 

Martin, Jean R. L. 2,689.065. 

Couch, Glenn F.. assignor to The Symington-Gould Cor- 
poration. 2,676,069, Cl. 308 — 84. 

Couch, Robert R. 2,078,019, CI. 115 — 50. 

Couffignal, Pierre L., assignor to Societe Civile d'Etudes 
de Calcul Automatique (S. C. E. C. A.). 2,675,962, 
Cl. 235—61. 

Couglilan, G. N., Co. : See — 

Ferro, Michael J. 2.093.864. 

Coughlan, Standly T., Dearborn, assignor to King Paint 
Roller Inc., Detroit, Mich. Paint roller. 2,669,742, 
Feo. 23. 

Cougnlan, Standly T., Dearborn, assignor to King Paint 
Roller Inc., Detroit, Mich. Paint roller. 2,669,743. 
Feb. 23. 

Coughlan, Standly T., assignor to King Paint Roller Inc., 
Detroit, Mich. Paint roller loading device. 2,669,965, 
Feb. 23. 

Coughlin. Harry A., assignor to Jolin S. Swift Co., Inc. 
2,677.320, Cl. 95-89. 

Coughlin. Leo C, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Heater for 
spark plugs. 2,665,672, Jan. 12. 

Coulbourn, William C, and II. J. Sandberc, to The Norden 
Laboratories Corp. 2.094,927. Cl. 73 — 182. 

Coulliette, James H., assignor to Industrial Research In- 
stitute of the University of Chattanooga. Chattanooga, 
Tenn. Carpet manufacturing device. 2,671,494, Mar. 9. 

Coulombe, Edwin C. Jr. : See — 

Johnston, Leith, and Coulombe. 2,691,342. 

Coulombe, Edwin C. Jr., to Automatic Electric Labora- 
tories, inc. 2,691,692, Cl. 174 — 50. 
Coulson, John P. 2.685.012. Cl. 200 — 110. 
Coulter, Albert L. 2,689,582, Cl. 137 — 484. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Coulter, Cluri'Ufe I)., to J>outliwi'sti'rn Engineering Co. 

2,093,205, CI. 140—109. 
Coulter. Harold B., assignor to The Dorr Company. 

2 678 730 CI 210-— 55 
Coulter," Harolci U., to The Dorr Co. 2,681,151, 01. 210— 

51. 
Council of Scientific and Industrial Kesearch, Tlie : See — 
Aggarwal, Joti S., Sharma, and Gupta. 2,685,593. 
Siddiqui, Salimuzzaman, and Dliar. 
Couuilinn, Anita C, to Anita Colby Beauty Chair. Inc. 

2,690.209. CI. 15.5 — 49. 
Courchene, Theodore P., to United Shoe Machinery Corp. 

2.680,804, CI. 12—14.2. 
Courcier, Louis K. 2.083,476, CI. 144 — 238. 
Coursen. John W. : See — 

Clark, John R., Coursen, and Jordan. 
Court, Jean, Chatelaine-Geneva, assignor to Mefina S. A., 
Fribourg, Switzerland. Sewing machine. 2,007,133, 
Jan. 26. 
Courtaulds Ltd. : See — • 

Aldred, Fred C. and Turner. 2,683,090. 
Bamford, Clement H., and Hanby. 2,697.085. 
Cotterill, Ernest, and Robinson. 2,696,847. 
Curtis. Geoffrey. 2,674,418. 
Curtis. Geoffrey. 2,697.561. 
Davoud. John G. 2.684.360. 
Reeder, Frank, and Wallsgrove. 2,680,728. 
Wormell, Robert L. 2,691,568. 
Woniiell. Robert L., and Williams. 2,684.282. 
White, George. 2,680,280. 
Williams. Harold M.. Gordon, and Dyson. 
Courtillot. Emmanuel P., Paris. France, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Phase modulation system. 
2,666,181, Jan. 12. . ^ 

Courtney. Arthur \V., Jr.. to Westinghouse Electric Corp. 

2,697,195. CI. 318^52. 
Courtney, Helen E. : See — 

Courtney, Joseph P. 2,690.481. 
Courtney. Joseph F. 2,694.920. _ 

Courtney, Joseph P., to International Harvester Co. 

2,686,018, CI. 242—151. 
Courtney, Joseph P., deceased ; H. E. Courtney, executrix. 
2,690.4S1.C1. 200— 11. ^ „, .^ „ . t, t 

Courtney, Joseph P.. % to T. L. Hedgpeth. % to R. L. 
Berkson, and % to H. E. Courtney, by decree of distri- 
bution. 2,694.920, CI. 70—264 . „ „ ^^, ^ , „ , 
Courtney. Joseph P.. Chicago, and A. C. Radtke. Oak Park, 
III. assignors to International Harvester Company. Re- 
ceiving mechanism for drawn glass strands. 2,664,671, 

Courtney, Joseph P., and A. C. Radtke, to International 

Harvester Co. 2,685,763, CI. 49—17. 
Courtney Joseph P., and A. C. Radtke, to International 

Harvester Co. 2,690,628, CI. 49—17. 

Courtney, Raymond M. : See — , ^ ^ „ „__ „-„ 

Prestidge. Marion T.. and Courtney. 2,6<7,3o0. 

Courtney, William F. 2,676.015. CI. 272—58. 
Courtney, William R. 2,674,398. CI. 226—88.1. 

Courtney, William R. 2,096,939, CI. 226—86. 

Courtois, Francis, to Soicete Genevoise d'Instruments de 
Physique. 2,687,188. CI. 188—77. 

Courtois, Wilfred IT. 2,686,308, CI. 2—1. 

Courtot, Louis B.. assignor to The Weatlierhead Company. 
2.678.834. CI. 284 — 4. . ^ ^ 

Courtot Louis B.. assignor to The Weatherhead Company. 
2,678.836. CI. 285— 115. , „oo„o-,= 

Courtot, Louis B., to The Weatherhead Co. 2,687,315, 
CI. 285—122. 

Coury, Joseph J. : See — „ „ 

Smith. Harry G., and Coury. 2.698,012. 

Couse. Kibbey W.. Newark, N. J., assignor to Reconstruc- 
tion Finance Corporation. New York. N. Y. Tail gate 
for enclosing the rear end of a trailer. 2,669,481. Feb. 
16. 

Couse, Kibbey W. 2.077,588, CI. 312—258. 

Couse, Kibbey W. 2,686.060, CI. 280 — 30. 

Cousino, Walter P. : See — . ., ^o . n,^n 

Hunter, William A., and Cousino. 2.684.092. 

Cousins, Edward, to The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co. 
2,690,780. CI. 152—349. 

Cousins. Sydne. 2,679,646. CI. 2 — 42. 

Couste, Jacqueline H. J. : See — 

Lafeuillade. Marcel. 2,694,305. 

Coutant, Edward R., Stratford, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Roll type mercury switch. 2,670,421, 
Feb. 23. 

Couturier. Tracy P. 2,684,509. CI. 20—99. 

Covan. Morton. 2.695,130, CI. 229—73. 

Coven, Benjamin I., C. J. Wintergreen, and L. C. Oliver : 
said Wintergreen and said Oliver assignors to said 
Coven. 2.683,507, CI. 190—12. 

Covert, Claude J., Glen Rock, and J. L. Raffetto. Jr.. 
Ramsey, N. J., assignors to Racine Confectioners' 
Machinery Co., Racine, Wis. Vacuum system of manu- 
facturing" chocolate shells. 2,670,690, Mar. 2. 

Covert, John N., and E. Schoij, to Union Special Machine 
Co. 2.694.373, CI. 112—181. 

Covert. William Y., to Diamond Chain Co., Inc. 2,083,993, 
CI. 74 — 219. 

Covin, Dennis H., assignor to A. C. Cossor Limited, 
London. England. Voltage stabilizing apparatus. 
2,007,014. Jan. 26. 



Folding table. 
Corp. 2,687,157, 
Re- 

Inc. 



Covington, Carl A. : See — 

Earle. Clarence E., and Covington. 2,674,409. 

Covington, James D., Dallas, Tex., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, Incor- 
porated. New York. N. Y. Expansible grounding 
electrode. 2,670,397, Feb. 23. 

Covington. James il., to L'nion Oil Co. of California. 
2,688,520, CI. 308 — 187.1. 

Cowan Boyden Corp. : See — 

Cowau. Clifton J. 2.687,157. 

Cowan, Charles IJ. : See — 

Nlcliols. Ralph M., and Cowan. 

Cowan. Charles V., Sacramento. Calif 
2.668.089. Feb. 2. 

Cowan, Clifton J., to Cowan Boyden 
CI. 150—0.5. 

Cowan, Eugene W., assignor to California Institute 
search Foundation. 2.676.206, CI. 250 — 17. 

Cowan. John C. : See — 

Croston, Clarence B., Teeter, and Cowan. 

Cowan, John V.. assignor lo Sperry Products. 
2,078,538. CI. 00—54.5. 

Cowan, William H. B. 2.074,141. a. 81 — 3.3. 

Cowan. William P., assignor to McGraw Electric Companv. 
2,680,175, CI. 200—170. 

Cowell. Elmer E. : iScc — 

Darby. Joseph R.. and Cowell. 2.089.837. 
Darby. Joseph K.. and Cowell. 2.0S9.838. 

Cowell, Elmer E., St. Louis County, assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Reduction of ex- 
traction of dioctylphthalates from plasticized vinyl 
chloride polymer compositions. 2,071,709. Mar. 9. 

Cowell, Elmer E., St Louis County, and J. R. Darby. 
Richmond Heights, assignors to Monsanto Chemical 
Company, St. Louis, Mo. Stabilizing halogen contain- 
ing resins with cadmium salts and epoxy esters. 
2,071,004, Mar. 2. 

Cowie. Charles T. Y., to Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd. 
2.081,271, CI. 44 — 74. 

Cowles Chemical Co. : See — 
Moore, Clark M. 2,687,136. 

Cowles Co.. The : See — 

Infanger. Arthur W. 2.682.811. 

Cowles. Logan B., to General Electric Co. 2,697.445. CI. 
137 — 492. 

Cowles. Raymond H.. to The General Tire and Rubber Co. 
2,090.001. CI. 29 — 149.5. 

Cowles. Ravmond H.. to The General Tire and Rubber Co. 
2.69.3.848. CI. 155-179. 

Cowlishaw. Frank : See — 

Muschamp, Norman J., and Cowlishaw. 2.690,904. 

Cox. Alvon R.. Cuyahoga Falls, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to The B. P. Goodrich Company. Akron, Ohio. 
Making rubbery articles. 2,070,502, Mar. 2. 

Cox. Andrew \^'.. Chase City. Va. Rural mailbox and 
package support. 2,009.408. Feb. 10. 

Cox, Bradley G., to Baker Perkins Inc. 2,686,595, CI. 
210—73. 

Cox, Charles W., St. -4.1bans. W. Va., assignor to American 
Viscose Corporation, Wilmington. Del. Treating a run- 
ning blanket of staple length artificial fibers. 2,005.189, 
.Tan. 5. 

Cox, Charles W., to American Viscose Corp. 2.082,137. 
CI. 53 — 6. 

Cox. Charles W.. to American Viscose Corp. 2,682,139, 
CI. 53—57. 

Cox, David C. : See- 
Cox. William M.. and D. C. 2.096.021. 

Cox. David C. to Electric Sorting Machine Co. 2,690.258, 
CI. 209—111. 

Cox, Duncan B. 2,680,184, CI. 219—19. 

Cox. Duncan B. and J. L. 2.682.596. CI. 201—69. 

Cox, Frederic L. 2.676.814, CI. 280—80. 

Cox. George C. 2.087,993. CI. 204 — 34. 

Cox, Irvin W., West Allis, assignor to Cutler-Hammer. 
Inc., Milwaukee. Wis. User-adjustable automatic con- 
trol. 2,671,839, Mar. 9. 

Cox, Irvin W., assignor to Cutler-Hammer, Inc. 
2,077,877, CI. 29—179.5. 

Cox, John L. : See- — 

Cox, Duncan B. and J. L. 2,082,590, 

Cox. John W., to General Package Corp. 2,087,208 CI. 
198—37. 

Cox. Lawrence A., assignor to Airmed Limited. 2,674,999, 
CI. 128 — 195. 

Cox. Martha : See — 

Harrison, Robert E., and Cox. 2,681.967. 

Cox, Martin : See— 

Stevens. Raymond K. P.. and Cox. 2,678,193. 

Cox. Robert E. : See — 

Silver. Walter H., and Cox. 

Silver. Walter H.. and Cox. 2.690.622. 

Silver, Walter H., and Cox. 2,697.974. 

Cox. Robert T.. assignor to Collins Radio Company. Cedar 
Rapids. Iowa. Shaft control mechanism. 2.669.615, Fob 
16. 

Cox. Robert T., to Collins Radio Co. 2,685,032, CI. 

250—36. 
Cox, Stephen G. 2,095,621, CI. 132—56. 

Cox and Stevens Aircraft Corporation, assignee : See — 
Muldoon. William J., and Thurston. 2,078,206. 
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iiim- 



Cox, Thomas O., Uurbank, H. C. Kankln, North Holly- 
wood, and S. A. Trott, Long Beach, Calif., assignors, 
by mesne assignments, to T. S. Ansel, Wichita, Kans. 
Uotatable quick opening valve. 2,072,885, Mar. 

Cox Tire .Macliiumv Co. : M't — 

Cox. Williiim .M.. and D. C. 2,690,021. 

Cox, Wnltor J.. .Vumrillo. Tex. Detachable cetilei- 
rest for automobile seats. 2.073,591, Mai-. 30. 

Cox. Walter L. 2,094.771. 01. 219 — 45. 

Cox, William A. : See — 

Aguilar. John G.. and Cox. 

Cox, William M. and D. C, to W. M. 
Tiiv Machinery Co. 2.090, OJl, CI. IS- 

Co.xe. Kdward H., to Ethyl Corp. 2,688,053, 

Coxbead, Ralph C, Corp., assignee : See — 

Canham, George E. 
Coyle. Willi.im E. 2.095.673, CI. 160—170. 
Coyne. Andrd. J. G^hin. and J. Bellier, Paris, France. 

Dam. 2.060,296, Jan. 19. 
Coyner, James .M. 2,085,272, CI. 119 — 10. 
Coyner. James -M. 2,097.414. CI. 119- -71. 
Cozzo, Giuseppe, to Hydropress, Inc. 2.092,421, CI. 

29 — 155. 
CozzoU, Frank J., Plalnfleld, N. J. Machine for washing 

bulk lots of ampoules, vials, tubes, and the like. 

2,071,457, Mar. 9. 
Cozzoli, Frank J., Plainfleld, N. J. Handling for processing 

ampoules in bulk lots. 2,071,742, Mar. 9. 
Cozzoli, t^ank J. 2,080,331, CI. 49—7. 
Cozzoli, Frank J. 2,090,174, CI. 103—227. 
Cozzoli, Michael, to Fairchild Engine and Airplane Corp. 

2,684.218. CI. 244—137. 
Crabtree, David. & Son Ltd. : See — 

Felton. William. 2,684.083. 
Crabtree, George W., Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Spring 

controlling member. 2.073.025, Mar. 30. 
Crabtree, J. A., & Co., Ltd. : See — 
Alter, Siegfried. 2,674,672. 
Besac, Ernst, and Wintle. 2.678.981. 
Besag, Ernst, and Wintle. 2,688.074. 
Crabtree, John I. : See — 

Henn, Richard W., and Crabtree. 2.691,588. 
Henn, Richard W., Rasch, and Crabtree. 2,685,513. 
Craddock, Charles I., assignor of Mi to F. Schunk. 

2,675,827, CI. 137—560. 
Craft, Chester R., St. Louis, Mo. Hydraulic oil vcell pump 

jack. 2,668,517, Feb. 9. 
Crafton, Henry H., to H. H. Robertson Co. 2,693,256, CI. 

189—34. 
Crafton. Henry H., to H. H. Robertson Co. 2,694,475, 

CI. 189—34. 
Crafts, Curtis S.. assignor to The Goss Printing Press 

Company. 2,679.802, CI. 101 — 378. 
Crafts, Walter, assignor to Union Carbide and Carbon Cor- 
poration. 2,674,o29. CI. 75 — 12. 
Crag^, Richard E., Wilmette, assignor to Teletype Corpo- 
ration, Chicago, III. Error detector for deciphering 

apparatus. 2,672,507, Mar. 16. 
Cragoe, Edward J., Jr. : See — 

Sprague, James M., and Cragoe. 
Craig, Adrian W. : See — • 

Sears, Robert L., and Craig. 
Craig. Alfred B. : See — 

Ham, George E., and Craig. 
Ham, George E., and Craig. 2,691.641. 
Craig, Alfred B., to The Chenistrand Corp. 2,096,478, CI. 

260—30.2. 
Craig, Burnle J., Los Angeles County, Calif. Key. 

2,672,747, Mar. 23. 
Craig, Bnrnie J. 2,686.416. CI. 70 — 285. 
~ ■ ~ " ~ 2,686.417. CI. 70—285. 

2.086.418, CI. 70—285. 

2.080.419. a. 70 — 285. 

2.687.031, CI. 70—264. 

2.687.032. CI. 70—285. 
Craig, Clarence M. and H. B. 2.688.233, CI. 61 — 75. 
Craig, Frederick E. 2,683,798, CI. 240 — 51.11. 
Craig, Henry B. : See — 

Craig, Clarence M. and H. B. 2.688,233. 

Craig, Hugh R. M., C. JNIorris. and A. Fraiikel. to The 
English Electric Co. Ltd. 2.682.991. CI. 230 — 116. 

Craig, James W., assisnor to Canadian Refractories 
Limited, Montreal. Quebec, Canada. Thermoplastic re- 
fractories. 2,668,775, Feb. 9. 

Craig, Kenneth A., and C. L. Roux De Wet, to Paper 
Patents Co. 2,697,384. CI. 92 — 20. 

Craig, Lester M.. and C. D. Bush, to Standard Oil Develop- 
ment Co. 2,696,362, CI. 251—205. 

Crai;;. Louis E.. to General Aniline & Film Corp. 
2.693.471. CI. 260 — 294.7. 

Craig. Ollison : See — 

Andrews, L. V., and Craig. 2.679,833. 

Cramer Posture Chair Co.. Inc. : See — 
Cramer, Roy A. 2,692,012. 

Craig, Ruth M. 2,697,646. CI. 312 — 229. 

Craig^ W E : See — 

Van Hook, John O., and Craig. 2,675,387. 

Craig, W E, and J. O. Van Hook, assignors to Rohm & 
Haas Company. 2,675,381, CI. 260 — 247.5. 

Craig, W E. and C. Lo. assignors to Rohm & Haas Com- 
pany. 2,680,745, CI. 200 — 309.0. 



Craig, Burnie J. 
Craig, Burnie J. 
Craig, Burnie J. 
Craig, Burnie J. 
Craig, Burnie J. 



Craig. W E, and L. S. Luskin, to Dohm & Haas Co. 
2,089.255, CI. 200 — 4.'>4. 

Craig, W E, Chien-Pen Lo, and E. Y. Shropshire, to Rohm 
& Haas Co. 2,696,490, CI. 200 — 455. 

Craighead, Charles M., to The Itattelle Development Corp. 
2,087,350, CI. 75 — 177. 

Craighead, Charles -M., to r.attcUe Development Corp. 
2,088.537, CI. 75 — 177. 

("raiglow, Robert L. : ^■t•<•- 

Pappenfus, Ernest W., and Cralglow. 2,678,900. 

Craigo, Helen E., assignee : See^ 
Craigo, John M. 2,074,798. 

Craigo, .foliu Jl.. assignor to H. E. Craigo and J. R. 
Craigo. 2.074,798, CI. 32—19. 

Craigo. John M. 2,080.295, CI. 32—19. 

Craigo, John R., assignee : See — - 
Craigo, John M. 2,074,798. 

Crniv'on. .Xdain. J.iiXT.Oi;;. t,"l. lit) — 39.37. 

Crake, Wilfred S., Kilgore, Tex., assignor to Shell Develop- 
ment Company, Emeryville, Calif. Sucker rod sand 
trap. 2.009,940, Feb. 23. 

Crake, Wilfred S., Kilgore, Tes., assignor to Shell 
Development Company, San Francisco, Calif. Jet-tvpe 
drilling jar. 2.673,070, Mar. 23. 

Crake, Wilfred S., assignor to Shell Development Com- 
pany. 2,678,190, CI. 254 — 145. 

Crake, Wilfred S., assignor to Shell Development Com- 
pany. 2.678.696, CI. 106— 18. 

Crake, Wilfred S., to Shell Development Co. 2,695,670, 
CI. 106 — 43. 

Cram, Hervey G., assignor to Combined Locks Paper Co. 
2,679,193. CI. 92—34. 

Cram, Hervey G. 2,696,679, CI. 34 — 119. 

Cramer, Clifford H. : See — 

Cannon, William D.. Newell, and Cramer. 2,683.188. 

Cramer, David L., to Texaco Development Corp. 
2,697,062, CI. 195—3. 

Cramer Posture Chair Co., Inc., assignee : See — 
Cramer, Roy A. 

Cramer, Roy A., assignor to Cramer Posture Chair Co., 
Inc., Kansas City, Mo. Molding for chair backs or the 
like. 2,673,600, Mar. 30. 

Cramer, Roy A., to Cramer Posture Chair Co., Inc. 
2,692,012, CI. 155—156. 

Cramer, William J.. Jr., C. F. Horn, and F. E. Lizer, to 
Celanese Corp. of America. 2,684,586, CI. 68 — 176. 

Crampton Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 
Jacobson, Edwin B. 

Crandall, Elly M. : See — 

Crandall, William J. and E. M. 2.680,621. 

Crandall, Eugene L., assignor to General Electric Com- 
pany. 2,079,677, CI. 28—80. 

Crandall, Eugene L., and V. A. Sheals, to General Electric 
Co. 2,690,984. CI. 154 — 2.27. 

Crandall, Frank F., assignor to Photo Research Corpora- 
tion. 2,074,154, CI. 88 — 22.5. 

Crandall, John N., St. Louis, and G. A. Richardet, St. Louis 
County, assignors to Brown Shoe Company, Inc., 
St. Louis, Mo. Shoe and foot length comparator. 
2,672,688. Mar. 23. 

Crandall, Roland E. : See — 

Feeney, Thomas A., Glenn, Degenfelder, Crandall, and 
Ripley. 

Crandall, Ronald E., to Northrop Aircraft, Inc. 2,682,381. 
CI. 244 — i2. 

Crandall, William J. and B. M., assignors to Click, Inc. 
2,680,621, CI. 273 — 150. 

Crane & Breed Casket Co., The : See — 
Slaughter, Bernard J., Jr. 
Slaughter, Bernard J., Jr.. and Murnahan. 2,691,807. 

Crane, Carl J. 2,685.226, CI. 88—24. 

Crane, Carlton L. : See — 

Malm, Carl J., and Crane. 2,675,377. 

Crane, Carlton L., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Manufacture of high acetyl cellulose 
acetate. 2,673,202, Mar. 23. 

Crane, Clarence L. : See — 

Carris, James M., and Crane. 

Crane Co. : See — 

Cantalupo, Francis J. 

Carr. Edward W. 2,693,825. 

Carr, Edward W., and Daehler. 2,676,607. 

Cotterman, Frank D. 2,680.251. 

Dopp, Carl A., Schmidt, and De Craene. 2.681.787. 

Fredrickson, Edward A., and Stone. 2,675,017. 

Hanson. George E. 

Hansen, George E. 2,676,058. 

Hansen, George B. 2,680,649. 

H.ansen, George E. 2,698,160. 

Hjulian, Julius A. 

Hjulian, Julius A. 2.684,268. 

Hjulian, Julius A. 2.685,115. 

Hjulian, Julius A. 2.694.349. 

Magos. John P., and Hansen. 2,689,145. 

Schmidt, Edward G.. and Tant. 2.694,901. 

Svabek, John E., Jr. 

Crane, Denis P. : See — 

Ford, Ronald M., and Crane. 2,679,801. 
Ford. Ronald M.. and Crane. 2.692,575. 

Crane. Edward S. : See — 

Ford, Ronald M., and Crane. 2.695.091. 
Sharp, .\llen W., and Crane. 2,688,765. 



112 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Crane, Grunt, and W. S. Burnhart, to The Firestone Tire 
& Kubber Co. 2,686,207, CI. 260—653. 

Crane, Harold C, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Control for 
operating elevator systems. 2,(504,971, Jan. 5. 

Crane, Harold S., assignor to Shellraar Products Corpora- 
tion. 2,677,490, Cl. 229—15. 

Crane, Henry M., to General Motors Corp. 2,692,135, 
Cl. 207—52. 

Crane Pacliing Co. : See — 

Haake, Paul T. Re. 23,898. 

McBlvenny, William H. 

Hosliong, Uaymond G.. and Peickii. 2,688,215. 

Stack, Theodore T. 2,688,720. 

Voytech, Charles F. 

White, Fred L. 2,087,003. 

Crane, Victor S., assignor to Delpark Corporation, 
Lebanon, Ind. laquid filter device. 2,665,812, Jan. 12. 

Crane. Walton B., Los Angeles County, assignor to Max 
Factor & Co., Los Angeles, Calif. Container. 2,072,274, 
Mar. 16. 

Crane, William B.. Jr. 2,694,488, CI. 206—65. 

Cranston, Albert E., Jr. 2,674,959, Cl. 107 — 21. 

Cranston, Albert E., Sr. 2,687,082, Cl. 100—28. 

Cranston, Albert E., Sr. 2,687,083, Cl. 100—28. 

Cranston, Margaret S. : See — 

Cranston. Robert A. 2,687,180. 

Cranston Print Works Co. : See — 
Jones, Albert S. 2.695,653. 

Cranston, Robert A., deceased (M. S. Cranston, adminis- 
tratrix), to Grinnell Corp. 2,687,180, Cl. 169—1. 

Crapuchettes, Paul W., Palo Alto, assignor to Litton 
Industries Inc., San Carlos, Calif. Compensating cir- 
cuit for cavity resonator devices. 2,673,296, Mar. 23. 

Crary, Jay D., to Paper Strap Inc. 2,682.990, Cl. 229 — 37. 

Crask, James A., and H. L. Mclntire, to Phillips Petroleum 
Co. 2,687,343, Cl. 23 — 288. 

Crauland, Marc J. L., assignor to Societe Anonyme des 
Manufactures des Glaces et Produits Chimiques de 
Saint-Gobain. 2,674,573, Cl. 204—163. 

Craven, Robert L., to E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. 
2,694,076. Cl. 260—340. 

Craven, Robert L., and W. V. Patton, to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Co. 2.694.016. Cl. 117 — 46. 

Craven, Tillard, assignee : See — 
Edwards, Mitchell. 2,673,990. 

Craver, William J., Fayetteville, Ohio. Single wheel 
garden and truck tractor drive. 2,670.052, Feb. 23. 

Cravotta, Samuel A. 2.680.643, Cl. 294 — 50.6. 

Crawford, Arthur C. 2,676,422, Cl. 36 — 3. 

Crawford, Carlos E. 2,677,387. Cl. 137—202. 

Crawford, Clark A., and J. F. Frazier, assignors to Corn- 
ing Glass Works, Corning, N. Y. Electric appliance 
stand. 2,666,128, Jan. 12. 

Crawford, Claud F., to The Scholl Mfg. Co., Inc. 
Ci_ 2 2 

Crawford. Claud F., to The Scholl Mfg. Co. Inc. 
Cl. 2 — 268. 

Crawford, Duffer B. : See — 

Jurgensen. Delbert F., Jr., and Crawford. 

Crawford, Duffer B., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
E. T. Oakes Corporation. 2,679,866, Cl. 138 — 44. 

Crawford, Howard E., Toledo, Ohio. Foot control 
dental engines. 2,671,268, Mar. 9. 

Crawford, James H. : See — 

Christian, Raymond A., Ganger, 
Johnson. 

Crawford, John M. : See — 

Doty, William E. N., and Crawford. 

Crawford. Louis L., Western Springs, 
Allbright-Nell Company, Chicago, 111, 
removable cover and cover clamping 
ing the cover In place. 2,665,822, Jan. 12. 

Crawford, Perry, Jr. : See — 

Gore, Owen L., Crawford, and Gams. 2,686.470. 

Crawford, Richard A., and R. T. Morrissey, to The B. F. 
Goodrich Co. 2,681,899, Cl. 260 — 45.7. 

Crawford, Russell F. : See — 

Nupssle. Albert C. and Crawford. 2,692,182. 

Crawford, Thomas J. 2.687,464, Cl. 219—6. 

Crawford, Thomas J. 2,687,465, Cl. 219 — 6. 

Crawford, William F., to Edward Valves, Inc. 2,690,004, 
Cl. 29 — 423. 

Crawley, Arthur, J. N. Binns, and T. B. Dugle, Cincinnati, 
Ohio ; said Binns and said Dugle assignor to said 
Crawley. Automatic discharge apparatus for book 
rounding machines and the like. 2,670,090. Feb. 23. 

Crawley, Charles H., assignor to The Weatherhead 
Companv. 2.674.785. Cl. 29 — 157. 

Crawley, Charle.s H.. assignor to The Weatherhead Com- 
pany. 2,674,786, Cl. 29—157. 

Crawley, James B., Campbellsville, Ky. Apparatus for 

electronically locating nerve irritations. 2,669,986, 

Feb. 23. 
Crayford, Robert M. 2,693.501, CI. 178—69.5. 
Creamer. Edgar M.. Jr. : See — 

Boothroyd, Wilson P., and Creamer. 2,680,153. 
Creamer. Edgar M., Jr., assignor to Philco Corporation. 

2,674,651, Cl. 178 — 5.4. 
Creamer, Edgar M., Jr., assignor to Philco Corporation. 

2,680,152, CI. 179—15. 

Creamer. Edgar M., Jr., to Philco Corp. 2,681.381, Cl. 
178—5.4. 



2,689,348, 
2,689,350, 



2.694,246. 



for 



Crawford, and 



2,688.124. 
assignor to The 

Container with 
means for secur- 



H. Speller, to The American 
2,681,556, Cl. 68—18. 

2,697,105. 



2,682,032. 



Creamer, Edgar M., Jr., and M. E. Partln, assignors to 

Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Electrical 

system. 2,667,534, Jan. 26. 
Creamer, Everett C. : See — 

Gleason, Wayne E., and Creamer. 2,675,987. 
Creamery Package Mfg. Company, The, assignee : See — 

Franz, Henry H. 2,079,347. 
Crecelius, Harry G., to Owens-Illinois Glass Co. 2,692,503, 

Cl. 73 — 425.4. 
Crecelius, Samuel B., to Devoe & Raynolds Co., Inc. 

2,698,308, Cl. 260—18. 
Crede, Charles E., assignor to The Barry Corporation. 

2,680,585, Cl. 248—21. 
Creed and Company Limited, assignee : See — 
Salmon, Reginald D. 2,675,425. 
Salmon, Reginald D., Munck, and Turner. 
Creed, William J. 2,678,142, Cl. 215 — 100. 
Creedon. Neil J. 2.678,735, Cl. 211 — 74. 
Creek, John O., to A. V. Roe Canada Ltd. 2,690,703. 

Cl. 90—11. 
Creek, John O.. and E. W. Dawson, assignors to A. V. Roe 

Canada Limited. 2,676,521, CI. 90 — 24.3. 
Creelman, Raymond C. 2.692.599, Cl. 128 — 303. 
Crego, Francis T., East Orange, and H. R. Fisher, 

Metuchen, N. J., assignors to Air Reduction Company, 

Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Desulfurization and 

decarburization of Iron and iron alloys. 2,665,982, 

Jan. 12. 
Crehan, William J. : See — 

Outzeit, Gregoire, Crehan, and Krieg. 2.690.401. 

Gutzeit, Gregoire, Crehan, and Krieg. 2,690,403. 

Crehan, William J. to General American Transportation 

Corp. 2,690.402. Cl. 117 — 47. 
Creighton, Allen M., Jr., to Motorola, Inc. 2,695,979. 

Cl. 317—235. 

Creighton, Charles, assignee : See — 

Thompson, Tom H. 
Creighton, Charles W.. Jr., assignee : See — 

Fredericks, Robert W. 
Creighton, Russell, and T. 
Laundry Machinery Co. 
Creighton, Stephen M. : See — 

Baker, Harold G., and Creighton. 
Crelo Mfg. Co., Inc. : See — 

Limp. Ermal J., and Hedges. 2,684,782 
Cremer, Frederick. 2,693.411, Cl. 75 — 46. 
Crenshaw, William H. : See — 

Dehn, George L. C, and Crenshaw. 
Creo-Dipt Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Fink. Carl J., and Heintz. 
Crepeau, Wilfred J., and V. A. Sullivan, Jr., to The Stepan 

Chemical Co. 2,694,658, Cl. 134 — 26. 
Cresale Inc. : See — 

Reichenbach, Howard F. 2,683,899. 
Crescent Insulated Wire & Cable Co., Inc. : See — 

Staller, Alfred W. 2,689.713. 
Crescenzo, Francis C, assignor to Package Machinery 

Company. 2,675,658, Cl. 53 — 129. 
Creson, William K., C. V. Gagen, and E. C. Knight, to 

Ross Gear & Tool Co. 2,682.778, CI. 74 — 388. 
Crespl, Giovanni, and F. D. Bella ; said Bella assignor to 

said Crespi.' 2.684.842, Cl. 266 — 43. 
Cress well, Arthur, assignor to American Cyanamid Com- 
pany. 2,676,161, Cl. 260 — 31.2. 

Crest Specialty (Not Inc.) : See — 

Jones. Charles E. 2,693.194. 
Cretzler, Donald J., to Milwaukee Gas Specialty Co. 

2.696,350. CI. 236 — 75. 
Creveling. Catherine B., and B. V. Pennell, Patterson, 

N. Y. Clothes hanger. 2,672,989, Mar. 23. 
Crewson, George G.. and M. E. Bretschger. to Buffalo 

Electro-Chemical Co., Inc. 2,684,889, Cl. 23—207. 
Cribben and Sexton Co. : See — 

Nelson, .Tames A., Algino. and Webber. 2.RS2.922. 
Nelson, James A., Kamin, and Wolske. 2,676,582, 
Crim. Wilbur C; See — 

Shaw, Willard C, and Crim. 2,696,321. 
Criner, Harrv E., assignor to Heyl & Patterson. Inc., 

Pittsburgh, Pa. Drier system. 2,671.968, Mar. 16. 
Criner, Harry E., to Heyl & Patterson, Inc. 2,696,588, Cl. 

324 — 10. 
Criner, Harry J., assignor of % to A. G. Bush. 2,679,274. 

CI. 146—150. 
Cripe, Gene H.. and R. J. Petersen, to Utility Appliance 

Corp. 2.692,749, Cl. 248 — 240. 
Cripe. Maxwell L., to Bendix Aviation Corp. 2.686,651, 

CI. 251—263. 
Crippen, John K. 2,674,018, CI. 21—127. 
Crippen Mfg. Co. : See — 

Frevert, Albert A. 2,692,047. 
Cripps, Harry N. : See — 

Coffman. Donald D., and Cripps. 
Cris Trust : See — 

Bering, Willy. 2,687,373. 
CrisafuUi. Peter G.. Newark, N. J. Weight actuated 

mechanism. 2,667,254, Jan. 26. 
Crisanti. Joseph. 2.687.5.S9. Cl. 7 — 14.55. 
Crisp, Phillip L. 2.678.018, Cl. 114—123. 
Crisp, Wilbur C. 2.694.572. CI. 27.3—1.5. 
Cristalerias Rigolleau Sociedad Anonima, assignee : See — 

Zampieri, Carlos P. 2.676.436. 
Crlsty, Charles O. 2,685,750, Cl. 36—17. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Crlswell. Byrou U. : See — 

Gustat'son. Gilbert E., and Criswell. 

Criswcll, Cash V. : See— 

Masterson, Melvin I., Jr., and Criswell. 2,692,753. 

Criswell. Chesney LI. : Sec — 

Oxnarii. Beuiuuiin A., Criswell, and Thomas. 

Criswell. Kalph K., SO^o to L. B. Ivlngsley. 2,683,937, 
CI. 3.-! — LMT. 

Criswell, Walter H. 2,695,150, CI. 24S— 101. 

Critch, John H. G., assignor to International Standard 
Klectric Corporation. 2.678,171, CI. 242 — 5. 

Crltes, Joe, Larchmont, assignor to Combustion Engineer- 
ing, Inc., New York, N. Y. Cyclone separator. 
2,067,944, Feb. 2. 

Crltes, Joe, to Combustion Engineering, Inc. 2,097,406, 
CI. 110—106. 

Crltes, Joe, .\. Bogot, and L. J. Andresen, to Combustion 
Kngineeriug, Inc. 2,698,142, CI. 241—53. 

Critoph, David I., Lancaster, and A. A. Gradisar, Snyder, 
N. Y., assignors to American Optical Company, South- 
bridge, Mass. Incandescent light source and condens- 
ing svstem for optical projectors. 2.673.489. Mar. 30. 

Crittenden, Lesie R., assignor to Remington Arms Com- 
pany. Inc. 2,675.638, CI. 42—69. 

Crittendon, Lexie R., and W. Gail, Jr., to Remington Arms 
Co., Inc. 2.685.754, CI. 42— IC. 

Croce, Michele, and C. G. Shuttleworth. to Certain-Teed 
Products Corp. 2,681,863, CI. 106 — 109. 

Croce, Santy M., to Coty, Inc. 2,689,150. CI. 299—86. 

Crockett, Clarence V., Birmingham, assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Heating system for 
automobiles. 2.672,294, Mar. 16. 

Crockett, Donald P. 2.685,978, CI. 215 — 78. 

Crockett. Ernest L. 2,682,888, CI. 137 — 416. 

Crockett, Ernest L. 2.092.610, CI. 137 — 413. 

Crockett, Thomas W., Williamston, N. C, assignor to 
Mathieson Chemical Corporation. Irrigation pipe line 
coupling. 2,672.356. Mar. 16. 

Crockett, William G., Jr. 2,679,420, CI. 292—300. 

Crocombe. Frederick F., Gerrard's Cross, England, and 
G. T. Hill, Londonderry, Northern Ireland, assignors 
to Blackburn and General Aircartf Limited, Brough, 
England. Selective dual aileron control for aircraft. 
2.665.085. Jan. 5. 

Croft. Charles P. : See — 

Gladfelter. Wiltie I., and Croft. 

Croft, Harry P., Greens Farms, Conn., assignor to Kenne- 
cott Copper Corporation, New York. N. Y. Machinable 
titanium base tellurium alloy. 2.668,109, Feb. 2. 

Croker, Arthur W. : See — ■ 

Doeg, Paul R., and Croker. 

Croley, Donald K. : See — 

Wachtel, Jacques L., Croley, and Murtaugh. 
2,684,361-3. 

OroD3 Js-Ck " Sec 

6rom. John M., and J. Crom. 2,696,040. 
Crom, John M. and J. ; said J. M. Crom, assor. to 

The Preload Co., Inc. 2,696,040, CI. 29 — 452. 
Cromeans, John S., and X. C. Carter, to Phillips Petroleum 

Co. 2.696,495. CI. 260 — 450. 
Cromle, David : See — 

Sutton, Robert J., and Cromie. 2,691,147. 
Crompton, .\rthur : See — 

Bell, William T.. and Crompton. 2,677,442. 
Crompton. George, Jr. : See — 

Comstock. George E.. 3d. and Crompton. 2,695.478. 
Crompton & Knowles Jacquard & Supply Company, as- 
signee : See — 

Foster, Herbert V. 2,675,833. 
Crompton & Knowle.s Loom Works : See — 
Darwin, Clifford. 2,685,307. 

Herard, Archibald J., Jr., and Turner. 2,679,267. 
Holmes. Elbridge R. 2,685,896. 
Nim.s, Philip A. 2,693,828. 
Turner, Richard G. 2,675,028. 
Turner, Richard G. 2,693,829. 
Turner, Richard G. 2,693.831. 
Wakefield, Walter H. 2,675,027. 
Cromwell. Herbert F., and S. J. Galla, to Ford Motor Co. 

2.693,616, CI. 16 — 85. 
Cronberger, Luther C. 2,680,296, CI. 33 — 41. 
Cronheim, Georg E., and P. Lucas, to The S. E. Massen- 

gill Co. 2,081,341, CI. 260—295.5. 
Cronin, Leo J., Natick, assignor to Raytheon Manufac- 
turing Company. 2,675,498, CI. 313 — 343. 
Cronin, Leo J., to Raytheon Mfg. Co. 2,682,511, CI. 

252— 488 

Cronin, Leo J., to Raytheon Mfg. Co. 2,696,652, CI. 

25 — 157. 
Cronkhite, John T., Tulsa, Okla. Device for controlling 

flow in pipe lines. 2,666,445, Jan. 19. 
Cronsney, Raymond W. : See — 

Ehrbar. Edward J., and Cronshey. 
Crook, William C. H., Hounslow, assignor to D. Napier 
& Son Limited, London, England. Apparatus for trac- 
ing the profiles of devices. 2,672,690, Mar. 23. 
Crooke, Harry H., Jr. 2,676,661, CI. 166 — 1. 
Crooker, David E. : See — 

Sprigg, Edward A. 2.683.317. 
Crooker, David E., i/> to Lloyd L. Felker. 2,696,864, CI. 

152—211. 
Crooks. Earl G., to Lestershire Spool Mfg. Co. 2,690,885, 
CI. 242—124. 



Crooks, Harry M., Jr., assignor to Parke, Davis & Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Composition of matter, 2,671,748, 
Mar. 9. 

Crooks, Harry M., Jr., to Parke, Davis & Co. 2,692,896, 
CI. 260—562. 

Crooks, Louis G., assignor to General Motors Corporation. 
2,678,345. CI. 136—178. 

Crooks, Ralph K., assignor to Westlnghouse Air Brake 
Compan.v. 2,677,050, CI. 250—20. 

Crooks, William R., assignor to Cooper-Bessemer Corpora- 
tion, Mount Vernon, Ohio. Gas fueled supercharged 
four cycle engine. 2,670,594, Mar. 2. 

Crookston, Robert R., Houston, Te.x., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Standard Oil Development Company, 
Elizabeth, N. J. Air pilot valve. 2,672,880, Mar. 23. 

Crookston, Robert R., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Standard Oil Development Company. 2,678,065, CI. 
137—793. 

Crookston, Robert R., to Standard Oil Development Co. 
2.687.742. CI. 137-115. 

Crookston, Robert R., to Standard Oil Development Co. 
2,688.386, CI. 188—196. 

Crookston. Robert R., to Standard Oil Development Co. 
2,690,847, CI. 214—2.5. 

Crookston, Robert R., and A. L. Seljos, Houston, Tex., 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Standard Oil 
Development Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Control valve. 
2,605.713. Jan. 12. 

Crookston, Robert R.. and A. L. Seljos. Houston, Tex., 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Standard Oil De- 
velopment Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Device for giv- 
ing angular motion when shifting jaw clutches. 
2,668,450, Feb. 9. 

Crookston, Robert R.. and I. Moser, to Standard Oil De- 
velopment Co. 2.697,999, CI. 116 — 34. 

Croome, Clifford : See — 

Bourne. Joseph B.. and Croome. 2,696,280. 

Crop King Co., a division of the Richey and Gilbert Co. : 
See — 

Cameron. Eric C. and Woods. 2.686.572. 

Cropley, William D., Canton, assignor to The Hoover Com- 
pany, North Canton, Ohio. Filter and making the 
same. 2.672.213, Mar. 16. 

Crosby, Edward L., Jr., Baltimore, assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, Towson, Md. Maximum gain- 
band width amplifier system. 2,668,881, Feb. 9. 

Crosby. Gilmore E.. and J. A. Markoski. to Radio Corp. 
of America. 2.697,668. CI. 117 — 33.5. 

Crosby, Hartzell L. : See — 

Gray, Kenneth R., Crosby, and Steinberg. 2,675,297. 

Crosby, John W.. assignee : See — 
Crosby. Wilbur D. 

Crosby, Lawrence E., and C. P. Hayden, to Bendix Avia- 
tion Corp. 2,697,940, CI. 73—118. 

Crosby, Jlelvin A., to The Commonwealth Engineering 
Co. of Ohio. 2.682.710. CI. 33 — 181. 

Crosby, Murray G. 2.684,438, CI. 250 — 15. 

Crosby, W' ilbur D. : See — 

Giusto. Joseph F. 2.695,355. 

Crosby, Wilbur D., assignor of twenty-five per cent to 
W. L. Hillman. Orinda, and twenty-five per cent to J. 
W. Crosby, Modesto, Calif. Hair vacuum cleaner. 
2,668.315, Feb. 9. 

Crosby, William H. 2,685.399, CL 229 — 22. 

Crosman. Loring P., assignor to Remington Rand Inc. 
2,676.249, CI. 250—27. 

Crosman, Loring P., to Remington Rand Inc. 2,693,593, 
CI. 340 — 347. 

Crosman, Loring P., Darien, Conn., and H. J. Chall, San 
Leandro, Calif., assignors to Remington Rand Inc.. New 
York, N. Y. Accounting machine. 2,668,494, Feb. 9. 

Crosnoe, Ted F. : See — 

Crouch, Willie W'.. and Crosnoe. 2,688,009. 

Cross Company, The, assignee : See — 

Cross, Ralph E.. and Jessen. 2.679.038. 

Cross, Frank, to Hawker Aircraft Ltd. 2,696,143, CI. 
89—37.5. 

Cross, James H., Lewis. Kans. Cylinder with variable 

stop mechanism. 2.669,972. Feb. 23. 
Cross, James M., and R. L. Mayhew, to General Aniline & 

Film Corp. 2,692,837, CI. 117—65. 
Cross, James M., and R. L. Mayhew, to General Aniline & 

Film Corp. 2,693.430, CI. 117—121. 
Cross. James M.. and M. E. Chlddix, to General Aniline & 

Film Corp. 2,694.727. CI. 260—508. 
Cross, Joseph A., Westerville. Ohio, assignor to Mojonnier 

Bros., Inc., Chicago, 111. Evaporator. 2,672,926, Mar. 

23 
Cross, .Tune C. 2.694.204. CI. 2—174. 
Cross, Lawrence P. 2,674,004, CI. 17 — 34. 
Cross, Lawrence P. 2.689.972, CI. 17 — 34. 
Cross. Lawrence P. 2.097,850. CI. 17 — 34. 
Cross. Mary P., executrix : See — 

Cross, Roy. 
Cross. Neville M. : See — 

Tozer, Harold, Cross, and Goodey. 
Cross, Ralph E., Grosse Pointe, Mich. Locating and 

clamping mechanism. 2.672,675, Mar. 23. 
Cross. Ralph E., Grosse Pointe Shores, Mich. Traverse- 

and-feed-valve assembly. 2,672,884, Mar. 23. 
Cross. Ralph E., Grosse Pointe Shores. iMlch. Locating 

and clamping mechanism. 2,673,386. Mar. 30. 



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INDEX OK I'A'l'ENTS, 1954 



Cross, Ralph B., Grosse Polnte Shores, and K. O. Tech, 

East Detroit, Mich. ; said Tech assignor to said Cross. 

Cutter driver for machine tools. 2,072,789, Mar. 23. 
Cross, itulpli K., and \V. H. Jesseu, assignors to The Cross 

Company. 2.079.0,38. CI. 340—2(57. 
Cross, Roy, deceased ; M. F. Cross and First National 

Bank of Kansas City, executors, assignors to Kansas 

City Testing Laboratory, Kansas City, Mo. Brush and 

syntlietic bristles for imparting antiseptic properties. 

2,(170,489, Mar. 2. 
Cross, Sherwood T., Elsmere, assignor to Atlas Powder 

Company, Wilmington, Del. Agents for preventing loss 

of gloss in candy coatings. 2,071,027, Mar. 2. 
Cross, Sherwood T., to Atlas Powder Co. 2.084,948 CI. 

252— 311.. -i. 
Cross, Sherwood T., to Atlas Powder Co. 2,690,978, 

CI. 100—277. 
Cross. Walter M., Jr., assignor to Kansas City Testing 

Laboratory, Kansas City, Mo. Winning potassium chlo- 
ride fiom underground deposits. 2,605,124, .Tan. 5. 
Cross, Walter M., Jr., to Kansas City Testing Laboratory. 

2,685,438, CI. 262—3. 
Cross, Walter M., Jr., and J. G. Hawthorne, to Kansas 

City Testing Laboratory. 2,685,523, CI. 106 — 14. 
Cross, Willard R. 2,685,900, CI. 146—118. 
Cross, Willis J., Jr. : See — 

King, Alfred S., and Cross. 
Crossan, Jesse R. : Sec — 

Pfeiffer, Fred B. 2.693,618. 
Crosse & Blaclvwell Co., The : See — 
Bruns. Lawrence A. 2,684,167. 
Crosset Company, The, assignee : See — 

Crosset, Richard B. 
Crosset, Richard B., assignor to The Crosset Company, 

Cincinnati, Ohio. Method and apparatus for processing 

leafy vegetables. 2,666,711, Jan. 19. 
Crossland, Theodore K., to M. G. Flynn. 2,688,881, CI. 

74 — 412. 
Crossley, James E., to Allied Chemical & Dye Corp. 

2,685,369, CI. 210 — 42.5. 
Crossley, Moses L., Plainfleld, N. J., assignor to American 

Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Therapeutic 

composition containing triethylene melamine. 2,671,044, 

Mar. 2. 
Crossley, Moses L., C. M. Hofmann. and P. F. Dreisbach, 

assignors to American Cyanamid Company. 2,677,684, 

CI. 260—244. 
Crossley, Moses L., C. M. Hofmann, and P. F. Dreisbach, 

assignors to American Cyanamid Company. 2,677,685, 

CI. 260 — 244. 
Crosslin, William M. 2,695,759, CI. 248 — 46. 

Crosswell, Flay D. : See — 

Schacht, Clifford A., Jr., and Crosswell. 2,686,926. 

Crost, Munsey E., to the United States of America as 
represented by the Secretary of the Army. 2,082,045, 
CI 340 324 

Crosti, Piero. 2,679,238, CI. 122—75. 

Croston, Clarence B., H. M. Teeter, and J. C. Cowan, 
Peoria, 111., assignors to the United States of America 
as represented by the Secretary of Agriculture. 
Polymerization process using hydrogen fluoride. 
2,670,361, Feb. 23. 

Croston, Edward L., to American Mfg. Co., Inc. 2,685,374, 
CI. 214—1. 

Croswell, Althos M., and B. G. Wlnstrom, to A. O. Smith 
Corp. 2,692,159, CI. 294—81. 

Crothers, Volney M., Lambert, Miss. Tube puncture 
testing machine. 2,672,752, Mar. 23. 

Crotty, Francis W., and E. M. Roschke, to Zenith Radio 
Corp. 2,691.061, CI. 178—5.1. 

Crotty, Jack E., to The Aetna-Standard Engineering Co. 
2,688,680, CI. 201 — 56. 

Crouch, Harry G., and C. B. Richey, to Ford Motor Co. 
2,090,110. CI. 97—47.62. 

Crouch, Marshall C, Jr., Golden, assignor to Pipeline 
Protection Company, Denver, Colo. Protective coating 
for ferrous metal surfaces. 2,671,007, Mar. 2. 

Crouch, Willie W., to Phillips Petroleum Co. 2,686,171, 
CI. 260—79.3. 

Crouch, Willie W., and R. T. Werkman, assignors to 
Phillips Petroleum Company. 2,676.973, CI. 260 — 455. 

Crouch, Willie W., and R. T. Werkman, assignors to Phil- 
lips Petroleum Company. 2,676,974, CI. 260 — 455. 

Crouch, Willie W., and R. T. Werkman, to Phillips Petro- 
leum Co. 2,682,554, CI. 200 — 461. 

Crouch, Willie W., and W. B. Reynolds; to Phillips Petro- 
leum Co. 2,687,444, CI. 260—763. 

Crouch, Willie W., and T. F. Crosnoe, to Phillips Petroleum 
Co. 2,688,009, CI. 260 — 47. 

Croucher, Antony H., Bsher, assignor to Wlldt and 
Company Limited, Bookham, England. Pirn winding 
machine. 2,673,039, Mar. 23. 

Croucher, Antony H. 2,681,703, CI. 164 — 86. 

Croucher, Henry G., assignor to William Clowes & Sons 
Limited, Beccles, England. Apparatus for controlling 
sequences of operations by traveling record-bearing 
means for typographical composing, printing, and like 
operations. 2,672,973, Mar. 23. 

Croucner, Henry G., assignor to William Clowes & Sons 
Limited, Beccles, England. Mold arrangement, espe- 
cially for typographical composing apparatus or 
nin chines. 2,672,975, Mar. 23. 



Crouse-llinds Co. : See — 
Avery, Leon M. 
Grillin, Guy G. 2,682.952. 
Jeffers. Walter M. 2,691,126. 
Jell'ers, Walter M. 2,097,217. 
Crovatto, Milziada. 2,690,718, CI. 105—354. 
Crow, Amos K. 2,fl9U,790, CI. 103 — 120. 
Crow, Robert J. II. 2,095,717, CI. 214 — 330. 
Crowder. Ale.\andor N. : See— 

RablUn, Samuel, and Crowder. 

Roberts, Lawrence M., Crowder, and Rabkln. 
2,089,019. 
Crowder, John H. 2,696,240, CI. 153 — 32. 
Crowder. WUbert L. 2,078,075, CI. 152 — 313. 
Crowe, Charles G., to General Motors Corp. 2,682,968, 

CI. 220—29. 
Crowe, John A., to Bird & Son, Inc. 2,686,009, CI. 

238—283. 
Crowell, Arnold B., Bndicott, assignor to International 
Business Machines Corporation, New York, N. Y. Record 
controlled printing means. 2.009.178. Feb. 10. 
Crowell, Arnold B., to International Business Machines 

Corp. 2,687,087, CI. 101—93. 
Crowell Consulting Company, assignee : See — 

Crowell, John H. 
Crowell, Gordon W. 2,084.080. CI. 137—515.5. 
Crowell, Henry M. 2,092,326, CI. 219 — 19. 
Crowell, John H., assignor to Crowell (Consulting Com- 
pany, Houston, Tex. Earth drilling apparatus. 
2,609.431, Feb. 16. 
Crowell. Sidney H. : See — 

Kutzler, Robert J., Di Vette, and Crowell. 2,684,074. 
Crowley, Cornelius J., to The Seamless Rubber Co. 

2,688,488, CI. 273—65. 
Crowley, Duncan J. : See — • 

Janes, Melvin J., and Crowley. 2,690,413. 
Crowley, John A., Jr., assignor to Socony-Vacuum Oil 

Company. Incorporated. 2,676,142, CI. 196 — 52. 
Crowley, Raymond P. : See — 

Morln Joseph R., Midgley, and Crowley. 
Crowley, Richard J. 2,678,096, CI. 164 — 17.5. 
Crown Controls Co., Inc. : See — 
Dicke, Carl H. 
Dicke, Carl H. 2,678,432. 
Dicke, Paul A., and Gilbert. 2,693,255. 
Crown Cork & Seal Co., Inc. : See — 
Breeback, Rudolph H. 2,679,346. 
Day, Carl L., and Breeback. 2.692,075. 
Day, Carl L., and Fauth. 2,676,742. 
Day, Carl L., and Fauth. 2,(i92,671. 
Day, Carl L., and Fauth. 2.096.338. 
Day, Carl L., and Pahl. 2,685,396. 
Duhan, Frederick W. 2.084.627. 
Erhardt. John E.. Jr. 
Moore, William H. 2,693,782. 
Wilckens, Elbe A. 
Crown Hosiery Mills, Inc. : See — 
Wagoner, Bruce G. 2.685,185. 
See — 

H. 2.680,748. 
and Harkema. 
2,685,150. 



i 



i 



I 



Crown Zellerbach Corp. 
Erdtman, Holger G 
King, Glengarry D. 
Linehan, James W, 



to Illinois Tool Works. 



to Illinois Tool Works. 



2,684,703, 
2,684.704. 
2,687,862. 



Crowther, Edmond C, 

CI. 151—21. 
Crowther, Edmond C, 

CI. 151—21. 
Crowther, Edmond C, to Illinois Tool Works. 

CI 248 27 

Crowther, James L. 2,692,939. CI. 240 — 46.41. 

Croxen. Donald .1. 2,690.215. CI. 160 — 173. 

Croze, Martin W., and P. L. Hedrick, to Minnesota Mining 

&Mfg. Co. 2.689.805. CI. 117-65. 
Crozier, William D., to the United States of America as 
represented by the Secretary of the Navy. 2,687,094, 
CI. 102—70.2. 
Crucible Steel Co. of America : See — 
Ferm. John F. 2.675.720. 
Payson. Peter. 2,676.098. 

Schempp, Reinhold, Pavson. and Chow. 2.686,116. 
Cruckshank, Ira G., to General Electric Co. 2.695.055. 

CI. 158—36.4. 
Crum, Stephen, to Minneapolis-Honevwell Regulator Co. 

2,698.159. CI. 251—129. 
Crumbley, Cecil P. : See — 

Buck. Mortimer P., Crumblev, and Leaberrv. 
2,686.860. 
Crumling, Wayne S. 2,695,821. CI. 30S— 6. 
Crummett. Alan : See — 

Speakman, John B,. and Crummett. 2.692.420. 
Crummett, Warren B.. and V. A. Stenger, assignors to The 

Dow Chemical Company. 2. 677.598. CI. 23 — 87, 
Crump. Clifford D. 2.082.670. CI. 5-82. 
Crump. Elmo E. : See — 

Foster, Harry R., and Crump. 2,677,804. 
Crump, Joseph R. : See — 

Broyles. Otis T. 2,688,369. 
Crump, William B. : See — 

Harju, Walter A., and Crump. 2,680,480. 
Cruse. Margaret J., assignee : See — 

McDaniel, Quinten G. 2,678,112. 
Crutcher-Rolfs-Cummin.cs Co. ; Sec — 
Cummings. James t), 2.692,565. 
Cummings, James D., and Jones. 2,692,006. 



LIST OF I'ATENTEES 



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2,690,998. 



2,684,668. Cl. 



rivstal Tissue Couipiiny. The, assignee: See — 
Fleisolier. Leo S.. and Taclveuberg. 

Csakl, Joaeliim. 2,080,(kS2, Ci. 279 — 51. 

Osicsila, Peter. 2,085,714, Cl. 20 — 19. 

Cuban-Aiiierican Sugar Company, The. assignee: See — 
Swenson. Oscar J. 

Cuddeback, Nelson C, to The Hoover Co. 2,088,343, Cl. 
138 — 50. 

Cuddington. Edward I-. 2,084.156, Cl. 210—165. 

Cue. Frank E., Hollls, N. Y. Adjustable taper ripping 
jig. 2,072,897. Mar. 23. 

Cue. I'rank K. 2,097.458, Cl. 143 — 132. 

Cuff, Kobort J. : ^tc — 

Morley. James I'., and Cuff. 2,096,369. 

Cuffe, Kenneth W. : See — 

Strauss, John X., and Cuffe. 2,676,614. 

Culbertson, George U., Norfolk, Va. Synchronized ve- 
hicle motion controlled record reproducing talking unit. 
2,669,457, Feb. 16. 

ruliiane, Frank R. 2,687,780, Cl. 183—22. 

Cull, Robert R. : See — 

Ludwig. Sidney, and Cull. 2,693,372. 
CuUen-Freistedt Co.. The : See — 

Hooker, Howard H. 2,695,809. 
fulligan. Inc. : See — 
Hintz, Donald M. 
Klumb, George H. 2,677,655. 
Klumb, George H. 2,698,293. 
Tice. Gordon P. 2.084,942. 
Culnane, Charles H. : See — 

Dilworth, John P., Culnane, and Ashburn. 
Culp, Arthur J. 2,088,957, Cl. 123—124. 
Culp, Chester F.. and G. A. Rolfes. 

126 — 110. 
Culp, Grafton E. 2,683,822, Cl. 310 — 32. 
Culp, Harry R. 2,689,160, Cl. 312—235. 
Culpepper, Frank M., Newark, N. J., assignor to Celanese 
Corporation of America, New York, N. X. Braking 
mechanism. 2,670,522, Mar. 2. 
Culver, Perrin C, South Gate, and J. G. Kelly, Los 
Angeles. Calif. ; said Culver assignor to said Kelly. 
Perlite popping furnace. 2,666,632, Jan. 19. 
Cuming, John G. : See — ,„ , . 

Dessart, Franklyn M., Cuming, Becker, and Watkins. 
2.684.104. 
Cuming, William R. : See — 

Emerson, Cherry L., Jr., and Cuming. 
Gumming, Helen j., executrix : See — 

Ludwig. Leon R., Leeds, Baker, and Cummlng. 
Van Sickle, Roswell C, and Cumming. 
Gumming, James M. : See — 

Ludwig, Leon R., Leeds, Baker, and Cumming. 
Van Sickle, RosweU C., and Cumming. 
Cummings, Ira J. : See — 

Stilbert, Elmer K.. Jr., Cummings, and Guerrant. 
2,684.953. 
Cummings. James D., to Crutcher-Rolfs-Cummings Co. 

2.692,565, Cl. 104 — 236. 
Cummings, James D.. and I. L. Jones, to Johns-Manville 
Corporation and Crutcher-Rolfs-Cummings. 2,692,006, 
Cl. 154 — 41. 
Cummings, Leland W. T., to Sun Oil Co. 2,696,114, Cl. 

yo 299 

Cummings,' Leland W. T., Wyncote, and H. G. Shimp, 
Springfield, assignors to Sun Oil Company. Philadelphia, 
Pa. Contact material elevating conduit. 2,673,764, 
Mar. 30. 
Cummings, Linn F. : See — 

Wood, Cyrus F., and Cummings. 2,692,797. 

Cummings, Lowell O., H. A. Vogel, and A. R. Bader. to 

Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. 2,693,476, CI. 260—397.2. 

Cummings, Lowell 0., H. A. Vogel, and A. R. Bader, to 

Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. 2,693,484, Cl. 260 — 483. 

Cummings, William W., Bradford, Vt. Balancing steam 

consumption in air conditioning. 2.667.766. Feb. 2. 
Cummings, William W. 2,690,656, Cl. 62 — 176. 
Cummins-Chicago Corp. : See — 

Mantonva. William G. 2,698,053. 
Miller, ^Nicholas S. 2.682.308. 
Cummins. Clessie L., Palo Alto, Calif., assignor to 
Cummins Engine Company, Inc., Columljus, Ind. Fuel 
supply apparatus for internal-combustion engines. 
2.070,725, Mar. 2. 
Cummins Engine Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Cummins, Clessie L. 
Cummins, Harry D., 60% to T. H. Coffey, and 40% to W. 

D. Sellers. 2,693,725, Cl. 76—108. 
Cummins, Rufus D., Harrodsburg, Ky. Tape tensioning 

attachment for sewing machines. 2,664,839, Jan. 5. 
Cumpston, Edward H.. Jr. : See — • 

Jones. Dwight E., and Cumpston. 2,690,098. 
Cnndiff, Charles W., Owensboro, Ky. Terracer-grader. 
2,670,552, Mar. 2. 

Cundiff, Charles W., Sr. 2,684,543, Cl. 37—98. 

Cuni, Albert J. 2,697,511, Cl. 206 — 0.82, 

Cuni. Maurice C. E. 2,686,098, Cl. 312 — 311. 

Cunniff, Thomas W., to International Telephone and 

Telegraph Corp. 2,681,989, Cl. 250 — 27. 
Cunningham, Donald F., Whitefish Bay, Wis., assignor, 

by mesne assignments, to Clinton Foods Inc., New York, 

N. Y. Partition locking construction. 2,673,656, Mar. 

30. 



Cunningham, Bldon K., and I<. W. Wightniun, to General 

Electric Co. 2.C,S:!,82:!, Cl. ;!10— 52. 
Cunniiigliaui, Eleanor M. 2,083,457. Cl. 128 — 290. 
Cunniugliam. Emily S. 2,087,028, Cl. ()5 — 13. 
Cunningham, Frederic, Jr., Springfield Center, N. Y. 

Supersonic inspection device. 2,007,00.'i, Jan. 26. 
Cunningham, Frederic, Jr., Belmar, N. J., and A. G. 

Bmslie, Boston, Mass., assignors to The United States 

of America as represented by tlie Secretary of War. 

Cathode-ray storage tube. 2,000,137, Jan. 12. 
Cunningham, George L., assignor to Waterloo Corpora- 
tion. 2,079,489, Cl. 200 — 15. 
Cunningham, Hal M., Branford, Conn., assignor, by decree 

of distribution, to Helen M. and J. L. Cunningham. 

Adjusting device. 2,605,489, Jan. 12. 
Cunningham, Harry C, assignor to Edwin L. Wiegand 

Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Electric heating. 2,067,504, 

Jan. 20. 
Cunniugluun, Harry C, to Edwin L. Wiegand Co. 

2,084.431, Cl. 219—37. 
Cunningham, Helen M., assignee : See — 

Cunningham, Hal M. 
Cunningham, James L. : See — 

Ashwill. James H. 2,095,949. 
Cunningham, Jeanne L., assignee : See — 

Cunningham, Hal M. 
Cunningham, Joseph A., assignor to Perrault Bros., Tulsa. 

Okla. Coating shoe. 2,670,240, Feb. 23. 
Cunningham, M. E., Company, assignee : See — 

Hauer, Leon C. 
Cunningham, Marion M., Woonsocket, R. I., assignor to 

United States Rubber Company. New York. N. Y. Meth- 
od and apparatus for building collapsible containers. 

2.673,587, War. 30. 
Cunningham, Marion M., assignor to United States Rubber 

Company. 2,677,406, Cl. 150—1. 
Cunningham, Marion M. 2,680,501, Cl. 189—82. 
I'unningham, Marion M., to United States Rubber Co. 

2,690,284, Cl. 226 — 68. 
Cunningham, Omar L. : See — - 

Miller, William F.. Cunningham, and Makl. 2,682,740. 
Miller, William F.. Cunningham, and Maki. 2,690.040. 
Cunningham, Orin D. : See — 

Polly, Orville L., and Cunningham. 2,681,921. 
Cunningham, Paul, and W. M. King, Odessa. Tex. Slush 

pump valve with clip retaining means. 2,673,570, Mar. 

30. 

Cunningham, Raymond W., B. K. Harned, and M. C. 

Clark, assignors to American Cyanamid Company. 

2,678,296. Cl. 167—65. 
Cunningham, Russell E., to Melpar, Inc. 2,683,766, Cl. 



174 — 52. 
Cunningham, 

174—52. 
Cunningham, 



Russell E., to Melpar, Inc. 2,683,767, Cl. 



film 



William E., Visalia, Calif. Automatic 
loop restorer mechanism. 2,673,486, Mar. 30. 
Cuno Engineering Corporation, The, assignee : See — 

Ashton, Philip E. 
Cuny, Ernest A. 2,691,349, Cl. 103—120. 
("uonz, Daniel, and R. Tamborini. 2,690,309, Cl. 242 — 84.4. 
Cuozzo, Michele. 2,673,993, Cl. 12 — 8.3. 
Cupery, Harold E., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 

and Company. 2,675,403, Cl. 260 — 471. 
Cupery, Martin E., to E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Co. 

2,092,876, Cl. 200 — 86.7. 
Cupery, Martin Ey and S. R. Detrlck, assignors to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company. 2,678,287, Cl. 
117—141. 

Clippers, Paul K. A., assignor to Wurttembergische Metall- 

warenfabrik, Geislingen (Steige), Germany. Finishing 

of workpieces. 2.664,676, Jan. 5. 
Cupples Co. : See — 

Hughes, Richard D., and Kountzman. 2,684,116. 
Curci, Raymond L., and R. E. Smith, to North American 

Aviation, Inc. 2,692,582, Cl. 121 — 38. 
Curcio, Michael, Whitestone, N. Y. Food delivery box. 

2,669,385, Feb. 16. 
Curcuru, Robert T. 2,691,920, Cl. 88 — 77. 
Curgan, Mark N. : See — 

Klein, David X., and Curgan. 2,692,203. 
Curl, Mark I. : See— 

Bricker, Carl E., and Curl. 2,698,021. 
Curlator Corporation, assignee : See — 

Coghill, James T. 2,674,928. 
Curlee, Harvey P., to Curlee Machinery Co., Inc. 

2,686,612, Cl. 221—81. 
Curlee Machinery Co., Inc. : See — 
Curlee, Harvey P. 2,686,612. 
Curless, James M., Jr. 2,686,247, Cl. 219 — 19. 
Curley, James B., to American Viscose Corp. 2,692,419, 

Cl. 28—1. 
Curley, Robert S., assignor to Saco-Lowell Shops. 

2,678,172, Cl. 242—55.1. 

Curnutt, Clarvel R., Fort Worth, Tex., assignor to Con- 
solidated Vultee Aircraft Corporation, San Diego, Calif. 
Control and monitoring device. 2,671,894, Mar. 9. 
Curran, Russell E. 2,696,236, Cl. 151 — 16. 
Currie, Bert F., to Currie Bros. 2,693,724, Cl. 76 — 31. 
Currie Bros. : See — 

Currie, Bert F. 2,693,724. 
Currie. Chester C. : See — 

Hommel, Maurice C, and Currie. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Currie. Chester C, to Dow Corning Corp. Re. 23,879, 

CI. 200— 29.1. 
Currie, Chester C, assignor to Dow Corning Corporation, 

Midland, Mich. Leather water repellent. 2,672,455, 

Mar. l(i. 
Currie, Frank L. : See — 

Light, George Q., and Currie. 
Currie, Gilbert, to Westinghouse Electric Corp. 2,685,945, 

Cl. 188—75. 
Currie, Grover C, assignor to Dacam Corporation. 

2.675.9.'-)6, Cl. 229—37. 
Currie, Grover C., assignor to Dacam Corporation. 

2,680,556, Cl. 229 — 37. 
Currie, Grover C, B. D. Dans, L. F. Will^ens, and M. B. 

Dunn, assignors to Dacam Corporation. 2,677,221, Cl. 

53—34. 
Currie, Grover C, B. D. Dans, L. F. Wilkens, and M. B. 

Dunn, to Dacam Corp. 2,083,959. Cl. 53—91. 
Currier Co. : See — • 

Boycn, John L. 2,681,308. 
Currier, Loren C. 2,697,345. Cl. 73—60. 
~ " F., to Emhart Mfg. Co. 



Currivan, John 

226 — 14. 
Currivan, John 

198—26. 
Curry, Charles 



Cl. 



H., 



to Emhart Mfg. Co 
and A. Shacikoski. 



2,685,993, 
2,089,636, Cl, 
2,692,758, Cl. 
Engine room tele- 
Proportioning device. 



-76. 

Currv, Herman H., Inverness, Fla 
graph. 2,068,285. Feb. 2. 

Curry, John J., Philadelphia, Pa. 
2,670,878, Mar. 2. 

Currv, Paul N. 2,091,917, Cl. 88—24. 

Curry, Robert S., Jr. to The Sperry Corp. Re. 23,805. 
Cl. 192— .02. 

Curr.v. Victor A. G. : See — 

Bell. William C. and Currv, 

Curtet, Charles L. 2,074,158, Cl. 88 — 41. 

Curtin, John L., Kenmore, and D. M. Yenni, Williams- 
ville. N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Union 
Carbide and Carbon Corporation. Inert gas shielded 
magnetic field controlled electric arc metal working 
process and apparatus. 2,006,122, Jan. 12. 

Curtin, Leonard S., and F. N. Lee. to United Shoe Machin- 
erv Corn. 2,092.997. Cl. 12 — 7.8. 

Cnrtin, William J. 2,685,614, Cl. 179 — 1. 

Curtis, Charles E. : See — 

Johnson, Edward O., Curtis, and Colacello. 2,679.016. 

Curtis. Charles L., Pasco, assignor to Copeland Refrig- 
eration Corporation. Sidney. Ohio. Rupturable appa- 
ratus for sealing fluid system elements. 2,667,700, 
Feb. 2. 

Curtis, Franklin E., to Addressograph-Multigraph Corp. 
2.089.522. Cl. 101 — 14t. 

Curtis, Geoffrey, assignor to Courtaulds Limited. 
2,674,418, Cl. 242 — 121. 

Curtis, Geoffrey, to Courtaulds Ltd. 2,697,561, CI. 
242 — 40.5 

Curtis, Gerard W., Bdgewater, and S. A. De Lorenzo, 
Lawrence Township, Mercer County, N. J., assignors, 
by mesne assignments, to American Cyanamid Company, 
New York, N. Y. Insoluble methyl-benzodiazepin salts 
of penicillin. 2,660,700, Jan. 19. 

Curtis. Helene. Industries, Inc., assignee : See — 
Nownknwski. Fdward. 

Curtis, John C, Claremont. N, H., assignor to Joy Manu- 
facturing Conipanv. Pittsburgh, Pa. Apparatus for 
drilling holes for roof anchors. 2.670.931. Mar. 2. 

Curtis, John C, assignor to Joy Manufacturing Company. 
2,674,441, Cl. 255 — 53. 

Curtis John C, to Jov Manufacturing Co. 2,089,109, Cl. 

255 — 64, 
Curtis, John C, and E. A. Rice, Claremont, N. H., 
assignors to Jov Manufacturing Company. Rock drill. 
2,673.071, Mar. 23. 
Curtis, Kenneth L. 2.678.394. Cl. 250—33.65. 

Curtis Lighting. Inc. : See — 

Le Brock. Glen R. 2,682,321. 

Curtis iVrfc. Co. : Scr — 

Arkerman, Frank. 2.6S4.659. 

Curtis. Perry. 2,082.401. Cl. 272 — 58. 

Curtis, Russell H.. assignor to Hawley Products Company, 
St. Charles. 111. Disposable liquid filter element 
2,670,851. Mar. 2. 

Curtis. Russell H., to Hawley Products Co. 2,085,909, 
Cl. 210—109. 

Curtis, Thomas E., to Southern States Equipment Corp. 
2 fis9.n44. Cl. 3.'^9 — !1, 

Curtis. Thomas E., and H. E. Lichtwardt. assignors to 
Southern States Equipment Corporation. 2,080,171, 
Cl. 200—114. 

Curtis. Thomas H.. to Hanson-Van Winkle-Munning Co. 
2.085.954. Cl. 198 — 19. 

Curtis. Truman P., to General Electric Co. 2,683,863, 
a. 333-98. 

Curtiss Candv Co.. The : See — 

TTornish. Mars M. 2.095.729. 
Spohr. Carl W. 2.095.509. 
Curtiss Companies Inc. : See — 

Patton, Edward A, 2.682,083. 

Curtiss, George E.. Jr., and L. G. Bobrowski, to The 

Stanley Works. 2,690.923, Cl. 292—332. 
Curtiss, Gordon W.. Atlanta, Ga. Mold for typecasting 
machines. 2,672,974, Mar. 23. 



2.682.190. 
2,687,868. 



2,675,791. 
2,681,760. 
2.684,591. 

2,693,675. 



Curtiss-Wright Corp. : See — 

Anderson, James N., and Vlall. 
Baldanza, Nicholas T. 2,679,875. 
lialdanza, Nicholas T. 2,082,234. 
Baldanza, Nicholas T., and CastelU. 
Barrett, llillard E., and Constantino. 
Blair, Richard W. 2,690,412. 
Chillson, Charles W., and Mergen. 2,690,888. 
Enos, Louis H. 

Gallo, Elia A., and Hoffman. 2,675,818. 
Holben, Martin M. 2,680,601. 
Jaeger, Charles A. 2,678.401. 
Le Compte, Frank M. 2,681,595. 
Leggett. Joscpli 11.. and Moyer. 2,684,819. 
Lundquist, Wilton G, 
Lundquist, Wilton G. 
Lundquist, Wilton G. 
Lundiiuist. Wiltun Cr. 
Robbins, William P. 
Schaffer, William C. 
SchafTer, William C, and Stark. 
Smitli. I-awn^nee A., and Gamble. 
Spaulding, Harold K 
Tiedeman. Robert K. 2,087,181. 
Curutchet, Pedro D., Buenos Aires, 

digital grip for long lever pivoted surgical instruments. 
2,669,991. Feb. 23. 
Curutchet, Pedro D.. Loberia, Argentina. Grip for lever 

pivoted instruments. 2,009.992, Feb. 23. 
Curutchet, Pedro D., Loberia. Argentina. Bicapsular 
grip for pivoted surgical instruments. 2,669,993, Feb. 
23 
Curutchet, Pedro D. 2,685.880, Cl. 128 — 321 
Curyea, Kevin M., to O. M. Franklin Serum Co. 2,692,600, 

Cl. 128—352. 
Cusano, Dominic A., and F. J. Studer. assignors to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. 2.675,331, Cl. 117 — 33.5. 
Cusano, Dominic A., and F. J. Studer, to General Electric 

Co. 2,085,530, Cl. 117—33.5. 
Cusano. Paul. 2.605,174. Cl. 27.3 — 128. 
Gushing. George B., Turtle Creek, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Circuit interrupter, 2,673,272, Mar, 23. 
Gushing. Huston C. 2,077.382. CI. 134 — 167 
Cushnian Chuck Co., The : See — 
Sloan, Harrv E. 2.097.01 2. 
2.098.1 S5. 
assignor to Sturgess, Inc. 2,675,861, 



2,678,657. 



Argentina. Tetra- 



Sloan. Harrv E, 
Cushman, Clifford E., 

Cl. 155 — 101. 
Cushman, Walton "W. 

2,608.002. Feb. 9. 
Cushman. Walton W., 

States of America 



Webb City, Mo. Industrial truck. 

Webb City, Mo., assignor to United 
as represented by the Secretary of 

the Army. Resilient wheel mounting. 2,669.448, Feb. 

16. 
Cushman, Walton W. 2.675.415. Cl. 123 — 148. 
Cushman, Walton W., assignor to The United States of 

America as represented by the Secretary of the Army. 

2,680,020, Cl. 280 — 17.2. 
Cushman, Walton W. 2,696,198, Cl. 123 — 10. 
Cushman, Walton W., to the United States of America as 

represented by the Secretary of the Army. 2,697,509. 

Cl. 198—183. 
Cushman's Sons, Inc. : See — 

Lemrow, Mary F. 2,097,042. 
Cusic. John W. : See — 

Dornfeld. Clinton A., and Cusic. 2.081.932. 
Cusic. John W., Skokie, assignor to G. D. Searle & Co., 

Chicago, 111. Derivatives of 3-amino-2.3-dihydroxy- 

thionaphthene-l,l-dioxide and preparing the same. 

2.000.762, Jan. 19. 
Cusic, John W., Skokie, assignor to G. D. Searle & Co., 

Chicago, 111. Derivatives of 3-amino-2,3-dihydrothio- 

naphthene-l.l-dioside, 2,006.703, Jan. 19. 
Cusic, John W.. SKokie, assignor to G. D. Searle ,& Co.. 

Chicago. 111. N-acylox.valkyl substituted derivatives of 

.aminoalkoxvdiarvlmethanes and salts thereof. 2.069.577, 

Feb. 16. 

Skokie, assignor to G. D. Searle & Co., 
Basicallv substituted amides of dicar- 
2.609.582. Feb. 10. 

Skokie. assignor to G. D. Searle & Co., 
Basically substituted derivatives of 

N-araikvlcveloalkvlalkanamides and their salts. 

2.670.349. Feb. 23. 
Cusic, John W., Skokie, assignor to G. D. Searle & Co., 

Chicago. 111. Basic all^yl substitution products of 

N-indanvl and N-tetrahvdronaphthyl-monocarbocyclyl- 

amides and their salts. 2,670,371, Feb. 23. 
Cusic. John W., Skokie. assignor to G. D. Searle & Co., 

Chicago, 111. N-dialkvlaminoalkvl-N-cycloalkylcyclo- 

alkylalkanamides. 2.670.372. Feb. 23. 
Cusic. John W., Skokie, assignor to G. D. Searle & Co., 

Chicago. 111. Halogenated X-arvl-N-dialkylaminoalkyl- 

arylcarboxamides. 2,070,373, Feb. 23. 
Cusic. John W., Skokie, assignor to G. D. Searle & Co., 

Chicago, ni N-dialkylaminoalkyl amlnobenzanilides 

and 'N-aralkylaminobenzamides and their salts. 

2.070,374, Feb. 23. 
Cusic. John W.. Skokie. assignor to G. D. Searle & 

Co.. Chicago, 111. Derivatives of basically substituted 

l-alkvl-3-aryl ureas. 2,673,878. Mar. 30. 



Cusic, John W., 
Chicago, 111. 
boxylic acids. 

Cusic," John W., 
Chicago. 111. 



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LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Cuslc, Jolin VV., assignor to G 

CI. 260—2-10. 
Ciisic, Joliii W., R 

signers to G. D. 
Cuslc, John \V., R 

signers to G. D, 



to G. D. Searle & Co. 2.G81.929. CI. 
W., to G. D. Searle & Co. 2.683,735, CI. 



to G. D. Searle & Co. 



2.083,742, 
2,687,414. 



CI. 
CI. 



W., to G. D. Searle & Co. 2,694,705, CI. 
W., to G. D. Searle & Co. 2,694,706. CI. 
W., to G. D. Se.irle & Co. 2.698,327, CI. 



D. Searle & Co. 2,074,597, 

A. Robinson, and C. A. Dornfeld, as- 

Searle & Co. 2,676.966, CI. 260 — 270. 

A. Robinson, and C. A. Dornfeld, as- 

-.„ „. Searle & Co. 2,670,971, CI. 260 — 328. 

Cuslc. John W.. to Q. D. Searle & Co. 2,081,911, CI. 

2G0 — 287. 
Cusic, John W.. to G. D. Searle & Co. 2,681,912, CI. 

260 — 287. 
Cuslc, John W., to G. D. Searle & Co. 2,081,913, CI. 

2r.o — 294.3. 
Cusic, John W 

260 — o.=)3. 
Cnsic, John 
260 — 468. 
Cusic, John W., to G. D. Searle & Co. 2,683,737, CI. 

2W) 1 1 1. 

Cusic, John W., to G. D. Searle & Co. 

260—567.6, 
Cusic, John W. 

260—243. 

Cusic, John 

260 — 243. 

Cusic, John 

260 — 243. 

Cusic, John 

260—295. 

Gusick, Will E. 2.09S.009, CI. 66 — 1G9. 
Cuskle, Herman C. Birmingham, assignor to Chrysler 
?«'"-7'J?o^o°?; H'Shland Park, Mich. Shock absoVber. 
2,670,812, Mar. 2. 
Cussotti Joseph N., assignor of 50 per cent to Vittorio 
Cussotti, larmingdale, N. J. Poultry feeder. 2,667,858 
I'eb. 2. 
Cussotti, Vittorio, assignee : See — ' 

Cussotti, Joseph N. 
Custer, Uillard K.. Hagerstown, JId. Jet-propelled chan- 
nel aircraft. 2.665.0S3. Jan. 5 pe leu i 
Custer, WiUard R. 2,687,262, CI 244 — 12. 
Custer, WiUard R. 2.691,494, CI. 244 — 12 
Custom Built Fixtures. Inc. : See — 

Schinitz. Cornelius J., and Stephens. 2.689 159 
Cusumano Frank R., assignor to Multibiotics Corpora- 
tion of America. 2,680,701, CI. 167 — 84 
Cntforth, Howard G., assignor to Phillips Petroleum Com- 
pany. 2,674,320, CI. 166 — 22. 
Cntforth, Howard G.. assignor to Phillips Petroleum Com- 
pany. 2,674,321, CI. 166 — 22 
Cuthbert. Stuart V. : See — 

Marden, John W.. and Cuthbert. 
Cuthbertson, Alexander R. and G. A 2 678 48'' CI 
25 — 118. , . , . 

Cnthbertson, George A. : See — 

Cuthbertson. Alexander R. and G. A. 2,678,482 
Cuthbertson, John T. 2,686,484. CI. 112 — 218 
Cutler, Cassius C, Gillette, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York N Y 
Electromagnetic lens. 2.669,657. Feb 16 , • . 

Cutler, Cassius C, assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories. Incorporated. 2,674,692, CI. 250 — 27 
"ego.sni'cf. 2^00-33^6" '^^''^P^""'^ Laboratories. Inc. 
Cutler-Hammer. Inc. : See— ^ 

Ball. Hush E., and Pell. 2,697 200 

Brown, William E. 

Brown, William E. 2,675,707 

Brown. William E. 2.695..T14. 

Charbonneau. Allan P. 2,690 490 

Cox, Irvin W. 

Cox. Irvin W. 2,677,877 

Elliot, William H. 

Fath, Douglas W. 

Feldhaiisen. Cyril P. 2.686,895 

Gajewski, Stefan, and Konle. 2,691 

Hansen. Kenneth H., and Ormsby 

Howdle, Frederic E.. and Jochem" ^ 

Hunter. Rirhard B.. Pell, and Schmitz. 

Jochem. Theodore B. 

Kuhn, Clarence W. 

and Rosing. 

and Rosing. 2.689.896. 
2,680,178. 



706. 

2.697.388. 
2,683,195. 



Kuhn, Clarence W 

Knhn. riarenoe W.. .».,,, „,,o,u 

Kuhn. Clarence W., and Welch 

Pell. Kric. 

Pell. Eric. 2.697.807. 

Radlpy. Guy R. 2.689.903 

Robbins. Clyde F.. and Williams. 2.689 486 

Rosins. Theodore F. and Sepger 

Schmidt, Edwin X. 2,677,276 

Schmidt Fdwin X. 2.682.884 

Seeger. Edwin W. 
Cutler, Herbert J. : See — 

Epstein, Samuel, and Cutler. 
Cutler, Leonard S.. and B. Diener, to Gertsch Products, 

Inc. 2.691.762. CI. 324 — 79. 
Cutler Mail Chute Company, assignee: See — 

Bridgman, George A. 
Cutler, Phil, Brooklyn, assignor of one-half to K. F Ross, 
^ronx, N. T. Remote-control and indicating system. 

Cutler, Royal A. -.'See— 

Surrey, Alexander R., and Cutler. 2,677 687 
Cutler, Royal A., to Sterling Drug Inc. 2,695 317 CI 
260 — 609. 



CutlllT, Norman J., and K. V. Brogan Loul.svUlc, Ky.. as- 
signors to International Harvester Company. Induction 
heating unit. 2,665,308, Jan. 5. 
Cutsinger, Elic, and T. F, Watson, to Phillips Petroleum 

Co. 2,US3,<jyi, CI. 74 — 8. 
Cutter Laboratories : See — 
Butler, William F. 
Ford, Glen M. 2,675,000. 
.Mcguarrie. i:rnest B. L',(>S4,983. 
PUcher, Karl S., and Seeberg. 2,675,340. 
Cutter Laboratories, Inc. : Sec — 
Beacham. Robert C. 
Ol;1c, Robert W. 2.603.S03. 

Sahyun, Melville, Faust, and Jules. 2,694,088. 
Cutting, Herbert A. 2,603,093, CI. 64 — 17. 
Cutting Room Appliances Corp. : See — 

(Gilbert, Herman W., and Deichmann. 2.086,566. 
Gilbert. Iternian W., and Deichmann. 2,690.308. 
Cuttino, William H., to Westinghouse Electric Corp. 

2,689,937, CI. 323—66. 
Cutts, Richard M. : See — 

Clarke. Phillips H.. and Cutts. 2,097,273. 
Cuyler, David D., Mamaroneck, N. Y. Hand soap flaking 

and dispensing apparatus. 2,670,019, Feb. 23. 
Cybulski. Stephen P. 2,677.] 69, CI. 29 — 57. 
Cybulski, Stephen F. 2,679,694, CI. 33 — 178. 
Cycloptic Anstalt fur Optik una Mechanik : See — 

Schulz, Hans, and .Seibert. 2.685.229. 
Cymara, Hermann K. 2,679,720, CI. 56 — 370. 
Cymara, Hermann K. 2,094,839, CI. 20 — 12. 
Cyphers. Elmer B. : See — 

Fischl. Fred B., and Cyphers. 2,694,044. 
Cyphers, Elmer B., and R, H. Jones, to Standard Oil 

Develojiment Co, 2.687,984, CI. igc 14, 

Cyphers, Elmer B,, and D. W. Young, to Standard Oil 

Development Co. 2,691,001, CI. 252 — 52. 
Cyr. Rob R., Los Angeles. Calif., assignor to The Regents 
of the University of California, Berkeley. Calif. Regu- 
lated low-voltage power supply. 2,665,405, Jan. 5. 
Cyril Bath Company, The. assignee : See — 

Yurka, August. Jr. 2.678,078. 
Cyrus Shank Company, assignee : See — 

Konwal, Nick I. 
Czaja, John J., assignor to Weltronic Company. 2,676,230, 

CI. 219—4. 
Czarnecki, John D. : See — 

Kaiser. Edward W.. and Czarnecki. 2,690,255. 
Czarnecki, Kamil B,, to The Ohio State University Research 

Foundation. 2,693,018. CI. 25 — 156. 
Czarnecki. Kamil B., and G. A. Bole, to The Ohio State 
University Research Foundation. 2,693.017, CI. 2,5 — 156. 
Czarnikow, George K., to Wollensak Optical Co. 2,696,052, 

CI. 33 — i6. 
Czarnocki, Witold : See — ■ 

Senkowski, Alexander, and Czarnocki, 
Czarnocki, Witold, to Massey-Harris-Ferguson (Sales) 

Ltd. 2,688.320, CI. 123—191. 
Dabbs, Rose, New York, N. Y. Dry mop cleaner. 2,671,237, 

Mar. 9. 
Dabringhaus. Gustav H., Jr. 2,689,767, CI, 299 — 84. 
Dabrowski. Sigmund S. 2,677,275, CI, 73 — 150. 
Dacam Corp. : See — 



Currie, Grover C. 


2,675,956, 




Currie, Grover C 


. 2,680,556. 




Currie, Grover 


C, Dans, 


Wilkens, and Dunn. 


2,677,221. 






Currie, Grover 


C, Dans, 


Wilkens, and Dnnn. 


2,683,949. 






Dacey, Edward J., 


to A. & 


M. Karagheusian, Inc. 


2,681.083. CI, 139— 


■406. 





Dacey. George C, and P, W, Fov, to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Inc. 2,697,052, CI. 148 — 1.5. 

Daco. Inc. : See — 

Lindsren. Robert F. 2.684,561, 

Daehler, Robert F. : See — 

Carr. Edward W., and Daehler. 2,676,607. 

Da Fano. Ettore, to John B, Pierce Foundation. 2,684,945, 
CI, 252—78, 

Dafforn, Kenneth B., and R. I. Huffman, Dover, Ohio, 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Knapp-Monarch 
Company. St. Louis. Mo. Steam iron with movable 
heating element. 2,666,998, Jan, 26. 

Dafoe, Leslie R.. assignor to Kenworth Motor Truck Cor- 
poration. 2,680,490, CI. 180 — 54. 

Dasrsett. Homer M, 2,677.178. CI. 30 — 202. 

Dahl, Edward T., Warwick Neck, and O. Kneisel, Cran- 
ston, R. I., assignors to Hammel-Dahl Company. 
Water-steam mixing valve. 2,670,003, Feb. 23. 

Dahl. Gustav S, A., and S. B, Aimer, Stockholm, Sweden. 
Dental prosthesis. 2,672,687, Mar. 23. 

Dahl. Hnldor .\,, assignor to Tacoraa Boatbuilding Co., Inc. 
2.677.528. CI. 254—137, 

Dahl, Karl E,, and J, C. Hoibv. assignors to D. W. Onan 
and Sons, Inc. 2,674.643, CI. 136 — 182. 

DahlbPFC, Jonas F, 2 6S2.707. CI. 3.3 — 58, 

Dahle, Gerald, to Wilhelm Dahle. 2,688,312. a, 120—96. 

Dahle, Wilhelm : See — 

Dahle, Oernld. 2,r;S.S.,'^1 2. 

Dahlkvist. Karl H. 2.673.991. CI, 9 — 1. 

Dahlman. Eben D,, Grandv. ilinn. Material handling and" 
unloading device for vehicles. 2,668.629. Feb. 9. 

Dahlman, Frederick A,, and D. J. Tinglev, to Corning 
Glass Works, 2,685,765. CI. 49 — 55, 

Dahlstrom, Frank P. 2,677,978. CI. 80 — 38. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Dalilstroiii iMI'),'. Co. : See — 

OlsDii, John L. 2.0)90.087. 

Dahlstroiii, Roy, Westfleld, and G. E. Bronson, Matawan, 

N. J., assignors to National Lead Company. New Yorl{, 

N. Y. Production of a fire retardant solution. 

2,070,297, Feb. 23. 

Dalnn, Tlionias M., and M. F. GeoiBo. Jr., to Lockheed 

Aircraft Corp. 2,686,244, CI. 201—63. 
DiUiinK. Aithui- .1.. to Kniliait .MIV. Co. 2.698,166. CI. 

2.')9— i:i4. 
Daiber, Oine C. 2,675,840, CI. 145—66. 
Daiger, GeorRc P., assignor to The Hoover Company. 

2,677,845, Cl. l.'J— 333. 
Duiglo. Rert .T., 1/64 to E. W. Thompson. 2,680,908, Cl. 

32- 3.-.. 
Dailey. Hampton J., decoased (R. M. Dailey. executri.x), 
to WostinKliou-sc Electric Corp. 2,092,298, Cl. 174— 
]7.()7. 
Dailey, Joe VV., Las Vegas, Nev. Cooling unit for refrig- 
erator systems. 2,673,074, Mar. 23. 
Dailey, Ruth M. : Sec — 

Dailey, Hampton J. 2,692,298. 
Dally, Arthur M., and M. B. Arisman, Elkhart, and D. A. 
Pierce, South Bend, assignors to Chicago Telephone 
Supply Corporation, Elkhart, Ind. Preset electrical con- 
trol instrumentality with plug-in shaft. 2,669,634, Feb. 
16. 
Daily, Arthur M., M. B. Arisman, and D. A. Pierce, to 
Chicago Telephone Supply Corp. 2,695.933, Cl. 200—16. 
Daily, Arthur M., J. G. Veatch, Jr., and L. E. Hileman, to 
Chicago Telephone Supply Corp. 2,698,369, Cl. 
200—166. 
Dally, John L. 2,674,914, Cl. 85—11. 
Daimler-Benz Aktiengesellschaft : See — 
Ahrens. Hermann H. F. 2,696,155. 
Bensinger, Wolf D. 
Bensinger, Wolf-Dieter. 2,696,201. 
Forster, Hans J. M. 2.683.997. 
Forster, Hans J. M. 2,688,256. 
Forster, Hans J. M. 2,693,721. 
Kosche. Rudolf L. H. 
Kraus, Ludwig. 2,674,983. 
Links, Heinrich K. 2,688,926. 
Miiller, Josef. 
Muller, Josef. 2,688,260. 
Nallinger, Friedrich K. H. 
Nallinger, Friedrich K. H. 2.678.034. 
Nallinger, Friedrich K. H. 2,685,212. 
Nallinger, Friedrich K. H. 2.686.513. 
Nallinger, Friedrich K. H. 2,687,311. 
Nallinger, Friedrich K. H. 2,689,015. 
Nallinger, Friedrich K. H. 2.690,168. 
Nallinger, Friedrich K. H. 2,691,489. 
Nallinger, Friedrich K. H. 2,692,511. 
Nallinger, Friedrich K. H. 2,696,203. 
Nallinger, Friedrich K. H., and Dauben. 2,689,014. 
Nallinger, Friedrich K. H^ and Miiller. 
Nallinger, Friedrich K. H., and Muller. 2,692,770. 
Naumann, Willv R. 2.684.600. 
Pfaff, Egon L. H. 2,687,477. 
Roller, Franz T. 2.681,118. 
Rothweller, Alfred F. 2,676,840. 
Schmidt, Ekhart O., and Siegle. 2,696,199. 
Schwaiger. Odilo. 2,692,080. 
Stump, Eugen. 2,692.778. 
Stump, Eugen, and Helm. 2,691,972. 
Uhlenhaut, Rudolf E. 2,678,035. 
Wagner, Max. 2,689,746. 
Wilfert, Karl. 2,688,447. 
Dairy Equipment Co. : See — ■ 

Markley. Richard. 2,690,061. 
Daisy Mfg. Co. : See — 

Wesley, Robert O., and Scaling!. 2,691,526. 
Daitch, Sidney, and I. Friedman, Chicago, 111. Parallel 
pane sash having a removable pane. 2,670,507, Mar. 2. 
Dakin, Frederick W., Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Window 
constructions of the sliding sash type. 2,671,540. 
Mar. 9. 
Dakin, Leonard F. 2,680,554, Cl. 228 — 60. 
Dale, Colin B., Oak Park, assignor to Webster-Chicago 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Adapter 
records. 2,666,647, Jan. 19. 
Dale, Colin B., Oak Park, assignor to 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Adapter 
spindles having internally powered 
mechanism. 2,666,648, Jan. 19. 
Dale, Bldon L., Long Beach, Calif. Target moving and 

control mechanism. 2,670,207, Feb. 23. 
Dale, Eldon L. 2,680,620, Cl. 273—101.2. 
Dale. Eugene H. 2,685.078, Cl. 340—159. 
Dale, Glenn H. : See — 

Shelton, Russell O., and Dale. 2,689,819. 
Dale Hydraulic Controls, Inc., assignee : See — 
Dale, Joseph S. 
Dale, Joseph S. 2,675,221. 
Dale, James A., to the United States of America as rep- 
resented by the Tennessee Valley Authority. 2,690,553, 

Cl 340 359 

Dale, Joseph S., assignor to Dale Hydraulic 
Inc., Rockford, 111. Hydraulic speed 
2,667,345, Jan. 26. 
Dale, Joseph S., assignor to Dale Hydraulic Controls 
Inc. 2,675,221, Cl. 264—7. 



Dale. Paul A. : See — 

Frleberg. Nelson 11., and Dale. 2,075,000. 
Dale, Wallace S. 2,675,815, Cl. 137 — 43. 
Dale, Wilfred E. : See — 

Allan. George W. C, D;ile. Sparhani, and Brown. 

2.696,019. 

D'Alelio, Gaetano F., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Koppers 

Company, Inc. Anion-exchange resins from amlnated 

aryl acetylene. 2,670,334, Feb. 23. 

D'Alelio, Gaetano F., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Koppers 

Company, Inc., Anion-exchange resins from an aminated 

alkylene aryl acetylene. 2,670,335. Feb. 23. 



for phonograph 

Webster-Chicago 
for phonograph 
record push-off 



Controls, 
governor. 



Inc. 



Inc. 



D'Alelio. Gaetano 

260—2.1. 
D'Alelio, Gaetano F. 

260—2.1. 
D'Alelio, Gaetano F. 

260 — 32.6. 
D'Alelio. Gaetano F. 

260 — 43. 
D'Alelio, Gaetano F. 

260—78. 
D'Alelio, Gaetano F. 

260 — 78. 
D'Alelio. Gaetano F. 

Cl. 260—2.2. 
D'Alelio, Gaetano F. 

Cl. 260—78. 
D'Alelio, Gaetano F., to Koppers Co.. Inc 

Cl. 260—78. 
D'Alelio. Gaetano F., to Koppers Co.. Inc. 2,689.801. Cl. 

117—9. 

F., to Koppers Cn 



to Koppers Co. 
to KopperB Co. 
to Koppers Co.. Inc. 
to Koppers Co.. Inc. 
to Koppers Co., Inc. 
to Koppers Co., Inc. 

Koppers Co.. 

Koppers Co., Inc. 



to 



Inc 



to 



2.683.124, Cl. 

2.683.125, Cl. 
2,683,128, Cl. 
2,683,130, Cl. 

2.686.773, Cl. 

2.680.774. Cl. 
2,687,383, 
2,687,400, 
2,687,401,- 



Inc 



Co.. Inc 



Koppers 
, to Koppers Co 
to Koppers Co., Inc. 

Inc. 

Inc. 



Inc. 



2,692,251, 
2,692,260. 
2,694,690, 
2,695,894, Cl. 

2.697.079, C). 

2.697.080, Cl. 



D'Alelio, Gaetano 
Cl. 260 — 17. 

D'Alelio, Gaetano F., to 

Cl. 260—88.7. 
D'Alelio, Gaetano F, 
CI. 260—31.6. 

D'Alelio, Gaetano F., 
260 — 19. 

D'Alelio. Gaetano F., to Koppers Co., 
260 — 2.1. 

D'Alelio. Gaetano F., to Koppers Co., 
260—2.1. 

Daley, Charles W., Indianapolis, Ind., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Glassworking apparatus and 
method. 2,671,291, Mar. 9. 

Daley, Horace S. : See — 

Zeek, Elwood R., and Daley. 2.685.979. 

Daley, Roger J., J. J. Gosney, and W. N. Neiman, assignors 
to The Wayne Pump Company. 2,07.5,943, Cl. 222 — 23. 

Dalibor, Lisbeth : See — 

Von Skene, Robert, Lenkeit, and Dalibor. 

Dalin. David, to A/B Svenska Maskinverken. 2,698,283, 
Cl. 202 — 6. 

Dalin, David, and G. V. Hagby. 2,681.047. Cl. 122—1. 

Dalin. David, and T. J. Hedbiick. to A/B Svenska Maskin- 
verken. 2,689,212. Cl. 202 — 12. 

Da-Lite Screen Co., Inc. : See — 

Prokop, Frank J., and Pellar. 2.696,249. 

Dall, Robert C. and R. G. Kieitenhiicli. 2.678.083. Cl. 
155 — 36.5. 

Dalmo Victor Co. : See — 

Hahn. Stuart H. 2.682.491. 

Dalphone, Louis J., assignor to Certain-Teed Products 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Providing perforations in 
acoustical tiles. 2,667,925. Feb. 2. 

Dalrvmple. William P., to American Brake Shoe Co. 
2.682.788. Cl. 74 — 752. 

Dalrvmple. William P.. to Americin Brake Shoe Co 
2,691.437. Cl. 192 — 105. 

Dalton, Bruce H.. Los Angeles. Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Houston-Fearless Corporation. Fold- 
ing tripod construction. 2,668,682, Feb. 9. 

Dalton. Ernest T., to American Optical Co. 2,683,342. 
Cl. 51—277. 

Dalton, John N., Providence, R. I., and W. B. Kaupin. 
assignors to Pacific Mills, Lawrence, Mass. Setting 
wool fabrics. 2.669,002, Feb. 16. 

Dalton. John N.. and W. B. Kaupin. to Pacific Mills. 
2.689,800. Cl. 117—93. 

Dalton, Lester F. 2.676,040, Cl. 286 — 5 

Dalton. Norris D. : See — ^ _,^ 

Quirk. Justin P., Dalton, and Hafner. 2.695.640 

Dalton, Thomas B., assignor to West Michigan Steel 
Foundry Co. 2,674,438, Cl. 254—86. 

Daly. Edcar F., to Unicam In.strunients Ltd. 2,690.09... 
Cl. 88—14. 

Daly. John F. : See — 

Hicke. Gerald E., and Daly. 2,694,553. 

Daly Lawrence E.. assignor to United States Rubber Com- 
pany. 2.677,674, Cl. 260 — 45.5. 

Daly, Lawrence B., to United States Rubber Co. 2,681,898. 
Ci. 260 — 45.5. 

Dalv, Lawrence E., to United States Rubber Co. 2,698,313, 
Cl. 260 — 45.5. 

Dalzell, Clarence W., assignor to Bendix Aviation Corpora- 
tion. 2,680,562, CI. 235—144. 

Daman, Arthur C, to Mining Process and Patent Co. 
2,684,154, Cl. 209—17. 

Damar Products, Inc. : See — 

Polkosnik. B. Leonard. 2.698.038. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



119 



Damaske, Frederick G., assignor to Hoodswiug Corpora- 
tion. 2,670,803. 01. 273—35. 
D'Aiiiato, VitanKelo : See — 

Girrnra, Gino. and D'Aninto. 2,694.710. 
D'Ambrosio, Anthony, Long Island City, N. 
compact holders. 2,671.384. Mar. 9. 

to Monsanto Chemical 



D'Aniico, .John J.. 

CI. 71—2.5. 
D'Amico. John J., 

CI. 260 — 249.5. 

Pamm, Helmut : See — 

(^iindol. Wnlfgnncr, 

Danimers. Bernhardus 



Co. 



Making 
2,693,408. 



to Monsanto Chemical Co. 2,695,901, 



.ind Pa mm. 
G.. assignor 



2,GS4.91T. 
to Hartford 



National 



Trust Company, as trustee. 2.676,247, CI. 



Bank anil 
2ri0— 20. 
Damon, Neil F., to Raytheon Mfg. Co. 2,685,073, CI. 

339—217. 
D'Amore, Michael. 2,686,934. CI. 18 — 30. 
Damrow Brothers Co. : See — 

Schulze, William G. 2.690,011. 
Dana Corporation, assignee : See — 

Thelander, W. Vincent. 2,674,863. 
Dana. Homer J., and K. L. Albrook, assignors to State 

College of Washington. 2,677,651, CI. 204 — 2. 
Dancey, Edgar S. 2,686,362, CI. 30—95. 
Dandk. Paul J., Media, assignor to Piasecki Helicopter 
Corporation. Morton, Pa. Throttle control and pitch 
synchronizing device. 2.664,958, Jan. 5. 
Danco, L€on A., Jr., to The Risdon Mfg. Co. 2,685,722, 
CL 24—113. 

to International Minerals & Chemical 
CI. 23—121. 

to International Minerals & Chemical 
CI. 209—3. 
, and R. A. MacDonald, to International 
Minerals & Chemical Corp. 2,687,339, CI. 23 — 38. 
Dan Dee Pretzel & Potato Chip Co.. The : See — 

Pike. Charles P. 2.682,956. 
Dandridge, Paul, Philadelphia County, assignor of forty 
per cent to Mrs. J. V. Ondo, Philadelphia, Pa. Record 
stack inverter for automatic phonographs and disk 
2,667,355, Jan. 26. 
C, and D. W. Kerr. 2,693,838, CI. 



Dancy, William B., 
Corp. 2.684.285, 

Dancy, William B., 
Corp. 2,689,041, 

Dancy, William B., 



to Etablissements Neyrpic. 



2,696,284. 



2,687,397, 



record players, 
Dandurand, Leo 

152 — 225. 
Danel. Pierre F., assignor 

2,677.240, CI. 61 — 4. 
Danelius. Tor : See — • 

Scott. James M., and Danelius 
Danenberg. Alex, assignee : See — 

Johnson. Willard J. 
Danenberg, Hans, to Shell Development Co. 

CI. 260 — 15.2. 
Danenberg, Louis, assignee : See — - 

Johnson. Willard J. 
Danforth, Edward A. : See — - 

Everhart, George R., McKay, and Danforth. 2,674,768. 
Toothman, Earl. 2.693.678 
Tonthman. Earl. 2.693,083. 
Danforth, John L., and L. R. Mcintosh, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to the United States of America as 
represented by the United States Atomic Energy Com- 
mission. 2,674,698, CI. 250 — 49.5. 
Danforth. Richard S.. assignor to R. H. Bckhoff, as trustee. 

2.674.968, CI. 114 — 207. 

Danforth. Richard S., assignor to R. H. Eckhoff, as trustee. 

2.674.969, CI. 114—207. 

Daniel, Arthur F., assignor to the United States of Amer- 
ica as represented by the Secretary of the Army. 
2,678.343. CI. 136—136. 
Daniel. Frederick K. : See — ■ 

Midgette, Ernst L., and Daniel. 2,687,852. 
Daniel, Nathan V. 2,694,262, CI. 33 — 201. 
Daniel Orifice Fitting Co. : See — 

Holdenried, Joseph G. 2,688,985. 
Whalen, John W. 2,687.748. 
Whalen, John W. 2,688,987. 
Whalen, John W. 2.689.102. 
Daniel. Richard M., to Houdry Process Corp 

Q\ 23 1 

Daniel. Thomas H. 2.691,841. CI. 43 — 42.06. 
Daniell. John B., assignor of one-third to E 

Santa Monica, Calif. Rotary brush construction and 
mounting therefor. 2.670,486, Mar. 2. 
Daniels, Anthony J., Philadelphia, Pa. Device for dis- 
pensing liquids from tanks by either pumping means 
or pneumatic means. 2,667,289. Jan. 26. 
Daniels, Arthur W., and J. P. Murtaugh, assignors to 
American Brake Shoe Company. 2,674,816, CI. 37 — 142 
Daniels, Arthur W., and J. P. Murtaugh, to American 

Brake Shoe Co. 2.689,419, CI. 37—142 
Daniels, Elijah R., El Monte, Calif. Apparatus for pos- 
tural correction. 2,673,737, Mar 30. 
Daniels, Gordon E. 2,689.542, CI. 115 — 29. 
Daniels. Harold "V., and J. B. Adrian. 2,688,971 CI. 
128 — 393. 

Daniels, Howard L., St. Paul, and J. W. Hogan. Minne- 
apolis, Minn., assignors to Engineering Research 
Associates, Inc., Arlington, Va. Means for winding and 
reeling. 2,670,906, Mar. 2. 

Daniels. Howard L.. and J. W. Hogan, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of Commerce. 2,679,035, CI. 
340 — 165. 



2,690,955, 



A. Bodine. 



Daniels, Howard L.. and J. W. Hogan, assignors to Engi- 
neering Research Associates, Inc. 2,680,239, CI. 
340—174. 
Daniels. John W. : Sec — 

Willyard, Leslie A., and Daniel.s. 2,684.142. 
Daniels, Joseph. 2,675,295, CI. 23—1. 
Daniels, Joseph. 2,687,945, CI. 23 — 78. 
Daniels, Joseph S. 2,689,196, CI. 117—103. 
Daniels, Paul J. 2,694.984. CI. 103 — 149. 
Daniels, Paul J. 2,695,117, CI. 222—214. 
Daniels. Paul J. 2.695,121. CI. 226 — 19. 
Daniels, Paul S. 2.681,822, CI. 294 — 20. 
Daniels, Veronica T. 2.(!79,049. CI. 2 — 83. 
D.miels. William T. 2.691,425, CI. 183 — 48. 
Danielson Manufacturing Company, The. assignee : See — 

Chadbourne, Joseph H. 
Danielson, Vernon S. : See — 

Anderson. Carl A., and Danielson. 2,697,616. 
Danielson, Vernon S.. assignor to W. H. Miner, Inc. 

2,676,046. Cl. 292 — 218. 
Danielson, Vernon S., and W. D. Wallace, to W. H. Miner, 

Inc. 2,687,219. Cl. 213—24. 
Danielson, Vernon S., and W. D. Wallace, to W. H. Miner, 

Inc. 2,687,220, Cl. 213—34. 
Danielsson, Nils J., and H. Sundin. 2,680,260, Cl. 15 — 50. 
Danison, Robert C. : See — 

Olson, Harry S., and Danison. 2,680,691. 
Danks, Alfred C, Vermilion. Ohio. Fluid pressure sealed 

butterfly valve. 2.673,708, Mar. 30. 
Danly, George I. : See — 

Danly. Philo H. and Q. I., and Georgeff. 
Danly, George I., B. B. Jones, and J. C. Danly, to Danly 

Machine Specialties, Inc. 2,695,383, Cl. 318 — 365. 
Danly, James C. : See — 

Danly, George I., Jones, and Danly. 2,695,383. 
Danly Machine Specialties, Inc. : See — 
Conner, Guy O. 2,683,487. 

Danlv, George I.. Jones, and Danly. 2,695,383. 
Danly, Philo H. and G. I., and Georgefif. 
Danly, Philo H., and Georgeff. 2,688,296. 
Danlv, Philo H., and Georgeff. 2,693,158. 
Georgeff, Vasil. 2,683.825. 
Georgeff, Vasil. 2,688,382. 
Georgeff, Vasil. 2,693,157. 
Danly, Philo H., Hinsdale, G. I. Danly, Elmhurst, and V. 
Georgeff, assignors to The Danly Machine Specialties, 
Inc., Chicago, 111. Air-cooled press brake and clutch 
assembly. 2,667,954, Feb. 2. 
Danly, Philo H., and V. Georgeff. to Danly Machine 

Specialties, Inc. 2,688,296, Cl. 113—38. 
Danlv, Philo H., and V. Georgeff, to Danly Machine Special- 
ties, Inc. 2,693,158, Cl. 113—38. 
Dann, Guv E., to Corning Glass Works. 2,685,152, Cl. 

49—79. 
Dann, Morris : See — 

Heisterkamp, Charles A., Dann, and Dura. 
Dann, Morris, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to 
Home Products Corporation, New York, N 
tridge-syringe unit. 2,671.449, Mar. 9. 
Dann, Morris, Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to 
Home Products Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
syringe and cartridge. 2,671,450, Mar. 9. 
Dannemiller, Franklin T. : See — 

Larson, Marvin, Stedman, and 
2,682,362. 
Dannenberg, Hans : See — 

Deming, Philip H., and Dannenberg. 
Dannenberg, Hans, Berkeley, assignor to 
ment Company, San Francisco, Calif 



American 
Y. Car- 
American 
Injection 



Dannemiller. 



Shell Develop- 
Method and 
apparatus for high vacuum distillation. 2,671,053, 
Mar. 2. 
Dannhardt, Harry C, to The Sperry Corp. 2,690,192, 

Cl. 137—620. 
Dannohl, Walter, Bochum, assignor to Deutsche Edel- 
stahlwerke Aktiengesellschaft. Krefeld. Germany. 
Permanent magnet. 2,673.310, Mar. 23. 
Dan River Mills. Inc. : See — 

Gagarine, Dmitry M., and Repokis. 2,696,477. 
Newton. Russell B. 

Spangler, Myrtle J., and Wayland. 2,690,404. 
Williamson, Ollie, and Higgins. 
Dans, Bernard D. : See — 

Dans, Wilkens. and Dunn. 



C, Dans, Wilkens, and Dunn. 



Currie, Grover 

2,677,221. 
Currie, Grover 
2.683,9.59. 
Dant & Russell, Inc. : See — ■ 

Klrksey. Frank B. 2,690.594. 
Danulat. Friedrich W. S.. to Metallgesellschaft Aktienge- 
sellschaft. 2,687.347, Cl. 48 — 87. 
Danuskie, Frank T., Pittsfield, Pa. Chain socket wrench. 
2,672.065, Mar. 16. 

Danyluke, Ostap, assignor to Pennsylvania Crusher Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Screen bar. 2,666,589, Jan. 19. 

Danziger. Leonard, New York, N. Y. Apron tying means. 
2,670,469, Mar. 2. 

Danziger. Philip F., Millbrae, assignor to Market Indus- 
tries Co., Inc., San Francisco, Calif. Shirt packaging 
form. 2,671,581, Mar. 9. 

Danzin, Andr§. and P. Dussaussoy, assignors to Com- 
pagnie Generale de Telegraphie Sans Fil. 2,677,920, 
CI. 49—82. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Danzin, Andre, E. Despois. and P. Pntrljircho, to Societt 
Francalse Radlo-Blectrlque. 2,684,777, CI. 220—2.1. 

Duom, Hone, to Yankee Mutal Products Corp. 2,093,511, 
CI. 200 — 01.34. 

Dapac (1943) Ltd.: See— 

KriKKs, Frederick J. 2.094.974. 

D'Aquln, Esler L., J. Pomlnskl, L. J. Molaison. and H. L. E. 
Vi.'c, to the United States of America as represented by 
the Secretary of Agriculture. 2,087,155, CI. 140—231. 

Darasli, Nicliulas 1'., to Tlio Warner & Swasey Co. 
2,693.830. CI. 139—126. 

Darby, Joseph R. : See — 

Cowell, Elmer B., and Darby. 

Dazzi. Joachim, and Darby. 2,683,701. 

Darbv, Joseph R., Webster Groves, assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis. Mo. Stabilized halogen- 
containing resins. 2,069,549, Feb. 10. 

Darby, Joseph R., assignor to Monsanto Chemical Com- 
pany. 2,074,582, CI. 252 — 456. 

Darby, Joseph K., Richmond Heights, and L. D. Frederick- 
son, assignors to Monsanto Chemical Company, St. 
Louis, Mo. Stabilized halogen-containing resins. 
2,069,548, Feb. 16. 

Darby, Joseph R., and E. E. Cowell, to Monsanto Chemi- 
cal Co. 2,689.837, CI. 260—30.8. 

Darbv, Joseph R.. and E. E. Cowell, to Monsanto Chemi- 
cal' Co. 2.689.838, CI. 260—30.8. 

Darby, Paul F. : See — 

Evans, Richard E., Darby, and Catlin. 2,686,822. 

Kvans, Richard E.. Dnrby. and Owen. 

Evans, Richard E.. Darby, and Owen. 2,686,824. 

Darby, Paul F., Fairfield, and T. R. Kinraide, Bridgeport, 
Conn., and R. A. A. Hentschel, Ilion, and J. Hammond, 
Sauquoit, N. Y., assignors to Remington Arms Company, 
Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Sabot projectile. 2,669,930, 
Feb. 23. 

D'Arcey, Alfred C. : See — 

Fitzgerald, Charles F.. and D'Arcey. 2.094.820. 

D'Arcy, Ellis W., assignor to De Vry Corporation, Chica- 
go, 111. Magnetic sound pickup recorder head and sup- 
port therefor. 2,668,879, Feb. 9. 

Dare. Edwin .T. : See — 

Bowser. Virgil L., and Dare. 2.682,824. 

Dare Products, Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Wilson, Robert M. 

Dargier de Saint Vaulry, Paul, Chatou, assignor to Lip 
S. A. d'Horlogerie, Besancon (Doubs). France. Elec- 
tromagnetic oscillatory motor. 2,671,864, Mar. 9. 

Dargier de Saint Vaulry, Paul, to Lip S. A. d'Horlogerie. 
2,685,655, CI. 310 — 39. 

Darin & Armstrong. Inc. : See — 

Darin, Peter C, and Billett. 2,693,343. 

Darin, Peter C. and R. A. Billett, to Darin & Armstrong, 
Inc. 2.093.343. CI. 255.19. 

Darin, William, Lincoln Park, and J. J. Palid, Belleville, 
assignors to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. 
Spring winding machine. 2,608,349, Feb. 9. 

Darke, Francis J., Jr. : See — 

Sziklai, George C, and Darke. 2,686,220. 

Darke. Francis J., Jr., to Radio Corp. of America. 
2.085.001, CI. 179-171. 

Darken. Marjorle A., to American Cyanamid Co. 2,085,554, 
CI. 195—36. 

Darken, Mar.iorie A., and N. O. Sjolander, to American 
Cvanamid Co. 2,696,457, €1. 195 — 36. 

Darley, W. S.. & Co. : See — 

Yates, De Witt E. 2,689,025. 

Darling, Horace E., to The Foxboro Co. 2,695,381, CI. 
318—28. 

Darling, Samuel M. : See — 

Hughes, Everett C. and Darling. 2,684.893. 

Darling, Woodrow, to Radio Corp. of America. 2,685,030, 
CI. 250 — 33.65. 

Darling. Woodrow, to Radio Corp. of America. 2,688,082, 
CI. 250—33.53. 

Darlington, Sidney, assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated. 2,078,997, CI. 250 — 6. 

Darlington. Thomas B., Whitesbog, N. J. Picker for cran- 
berries and the like. 2,604.092, ,Tan, 5. 

Darnall, James C, Jr., and L. M. Eidsness, Jr., to the 
United States of America as represented by the Secre- 
tary of the Navv. 2,690,122, CI. 102—7.2. 

Darnell, Rex C. 2.092,445. CI. 37 — 43. 

Darnell, Thomas H., to the United States of America as 
represented by the Secretary of the Navy. 2,685,008, 



Darr, Barnett A., Quincy, Calif. Auxiliary brake cam 

rod latch adjuster. 2,604,975, Jan. 5. 
Darragh, John L., and R. Ilou.se, assignors to California 

Research Corporation. 2,679,533, CI. 2G0 — 567.6. 
Darragh, Jotin L., and G. B. Johnson, to California Re- 
search Corp. 2,088,583, CI. 167—30. 
D'Arrigo, Stephen : See — 

Magnuson, Roy M., and Daugherty. 2,682,288. 
Magnuson, Roy M., and Donovan. 2,685,771. 
Dar-Syn Laboratories, Inc. : See — 

Grier, Nathaniel. 2,689,850. 
Dart Mfg Co. : See — 

Dart, William F. 2,095,454. 
Dart, Russel S., Middle Haddam, Conn. Line dividing 

mechanism for conveyers. 2,000,513, Jan. 19. 
Dart, William F., to Dart Mfg. Co. 2.095.454, CI. 33—138. 
Darter, Rob R., Sikeston, Mo. Child's auxiliary seat for 

barber chairs. 2,665,740, Jan. 12. 
Dartmouth Skis, Inc. : See — 

Blanchard, Royal I. 2,075,244. 
Soucv. Ernest F. 2,095,800. _ 

Darwin, Clifford, to Crompton & Knowles Loom Works. 

2,685,307, CI. 139—110. 
Das. Gregory P. 2,095,048, CI. 152—230. 
Dasch, Benno, Quito, Ecuador, assignor of one-half to 
Transamerican Mercantile Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Lamellas for tractor wheels. 2,000,469, Jan. 19. 
Dasch, Frank E. 2,690,698, CI. 88—29. 
Dashiell, Daniel H., and L. J. Bobb, to The International 

Electronics Co. 2,686,6.37, CI. 242— .55. 
Dashiell Daniel H.. and L. J. Bobb, to The International 

Electronics Co, 2,695,785, CI. 274 — 4. 
Da Silva Costa, Alvaro. 2,686,567, CI. 170— 13o.4. 
Dasso, David. Lima, Peru. Speed controlled warning 

signal. 2.665,057, Jan. 12. 
Datesman. Clarence W.. Jr. : See — 

Wendel, Peter J., and Datesman. 2,682.291. 
Dath, George E., Mokena, assignor to W. H. Miner, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Friction shock absorber for railway car 

. 2. 

H. Miner, Inc. 



CI. 200 — 80. 
Darner, Frederic M., 

CI. 33—185. 
Darner. Frederic M., 

CI. 219—0. 
Darner, Frederic M., 

Cleveland Heights, 



to Republic Steel Corp. 2,088,804, 

to Republic Steel Corp. 2.095.942. 

Shaker Heights, and W. J. Calne, 
assignors to Republic Steel Corpora- 
tion, Cleveland, Ohio. Manufacture of pipe. 2,005,362, 
Jan. 5. 

D.arner, Frederic M., Shaker Heights, Ohio, and W. S. 
Schaefer, East Gadsden, Ala., assignors to Republic 
Steel Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. Automatic seam 
following device for welding apparatus. 2,670,423, 
Feb. 23. 

Darney, Harold E.. Bloomfleld, assignor to Hanovia Chem- 
ical and Mfg. Companv. Newark. N. J. Apparatus for 
irradiating liquids. 2.670.4.39, Feb. 23. 

Darpinian, Ernest V. 2.076,400. CI. 30 — 151. 



2,687,100, CI. 



Willoughbv. and Datt. 

to F. A. Bower. 2,685,729, 



CI. 



Dauenhauer, Florian F. 
Dauenhauer, Florian F. 
Dauenhauer, Florian F. 
Dauenhauer, Florian F. 



trucks. 2,670,948, Mar, 
Dath, George E., to W. 

2Q5 ]^9Y 

Dath, George E., to W. H. Miner, Inc. 2.696,176, CI. 

105 — 197. 
Datt, Paul L. : See — 

Caples, Donald B. 
Daub, Rudolph, 20% 

29 — 156.5. 
Daub, Rudolph. 2.688,839, CI. 60—13. 
Dauben. Joseph : See — 

Nallinger, Friedrich K. H., and Dauben. 2,689,014. 
Daubenspeck, Henry C. : See — 

Vierling, Walter V. 2.081.135. 
Youkers. Harold A., and Vierling. 
Daubersy, Jean, Seraing, assignor to P. Coheur, Liege, 
Belgium. Manufacturing steel by blowing the molten 
iron. 2.R72.413. Mar. 10. 
Daudt William H., assignor to Dow Corning Corporation, 
Midland, Mich. Preparing alkyl trlchlorosilanes. 
2. 072.475. Mar. 10. 
Daudt. William H., and L. J. Tyler, assignors to Dow 
Corning Corporation. 2.076,182, CI. 260 — 448.2. 
— ■ " 2.077.378, CI. 130—30. 
2,081,006. CI. 130 — 30. 
2.0R5.773, CI. 50 — 1. 
2.085.906. CI. 209 — 114. 
Daugh Dale L., assignor to The Dayton Rubber Company. 

2.677.969. CI. 74 — 233. 
Daughertv. Fount F. 2.691.483. CI. 232— 7. 
Daughertv, George W.. Orlando. Fla., assignor to Food 
Machinery and Chemical Corporation, San Jose. Calif. 
Spraving'and dusting machine. 2.067,717, Feb. 2. 
Datieherty. George W.. assignor to Food Machinery and 

Chemical Corporation. 2.670.057, CI. 299—45 
Daugherty Jesse, assicnor to Giddines & Lewis Machine 

Tool Company. 2.675.270, Cl. 308—3. . 

Daughertv Jesse and W B Wiston. to Giddings & Lewis 

IMneliin'e'Tool Co. 2.0,S2.097. ri. 29—26, 
Dauirherty Jesse. C. W. Ownlev. and G. H. Jones, 
Giddings & Lewis Machine Tool Co. 2.096.763, 
90—15. 

Daugherty. Ralph K. : See — 

Magnuson. Rov M., and Daugherty. 2.682.288. 
Magnuson, Rov M., and Daugherty. 2.687,204. 
Daushertv. Roland H.. IT. A. Stadem. and E. H. Rouse. 

2 094 0S1 n 103 — in. 
Dauchtrv. William W. 2.690.175. Cl. 128—71. 
Daugird.Ts. Kristupas, to Walworth Co. 

22—48. , „ 

Dangirdas, Kristupas, to Walworth Co. 

22 — 34. 
Daulby. Milton. 2,091,888, Cl. 7.3—116. 
Dauncey Leonard A., to The General Electric Co. Ltd. 

2.092'.450. Cl. 49 — 53. 
Dauncey I^eonard A., and D. G. Timms, to The General 

Electric Co. Ltd. 2,097.308. Cl. 49—53. 
Dauphinee Enna E., and S. V. Antenbring. to Standard Oil 

Developi'nent Co. 2,085,293, Cl. 134—153. 
Dausch. Erwin : See — 

Baible, Julius, and Dausch. 2,675,587. 
Dausch Erwin F., to Vereinigte Kugellagerfabriken 

Aktieneesellschaft. 2,694.230. Cl. 19—135. 
Dautemiann, Evallne W. and F. L. 2,690.864, Cl. 224 — 6. 



to 
Cl. 



2.691.195, Cl 
2.694,240, Cl. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



121 



2,690.701. 
2,tiS9,5Sl, 



:.6S5.07S. 

County, 

Incorpo- 

:, 672,511, 



2.G79.331. 
Filter for liquids. 



Dauteriuann, Frederic L. : See — 

Dautermann, Evaline W. and F. L. 2,690,864. 
Dautrebande, Lucien to Aerosol Corp. of America. 
2.1)81.880. CI. 167 — 58. 

Diiutrebande. Lucien. 2,696,373. CI. 261 — 76. 

Dautry, Daniel : See — 

Montchausse, Andr« J., and Dautry. 2.691.700. 
Da Valle, Bruao, San Jose, Calif. Implement supporting 
structure. 2,669,920, Feb. 23. 

Davol. V.rual P., to Modern Equipment Co. 2,693,887, CI. 
214—19. 

Daven Company. The. assignee : See — 
Smlili. John P.. Jr. 2.678.985. 

Davenport, Prank E. : See — 

McQuiston, Raymond C, and Davenport. 

Davenport, Granger : See — 

ZLmniermann, William F., and Davenport. 

Davenport, James D., to Kunkle Valve Co. 
CI. 137— 47S. 

Davenport, Pearl N. 2,685,141, CI. 36—7.6. 

Davenport, Robert. 2,685,749, CI. 35 — 41. 

Davenport, William P. : ^tc — 

Paulison. William L.. Jr.. and Davenport. 

Davey, James R.. Franklin Township. Somerset 
N. J., assignor to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
rated, Xew York, N. Y. Telegraph repeater. : 
Mar. 16. 

Davey, James R., assignor to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated. 2,677,016, CI. 178 — 73. 

Davey, Kingslev. 2.697.589. CI. 259 — 134. 

David, Andrew C. 2,691.836, CI. 39 — 31. 

David, Andrew M. 2.678,769, CI. 229—73. 

David. Andrew M. 2,681.175. CI. 229 — 75. 

Davidon, William C, to Nuclear Instrument and Chemical 
Corp. 2,686,008. Cl. 235—92. 

Davidsmeyer, Orville H., and A. R. Eggensperger., as- 
signors to Pioneer Electric and Research Corporation. 
2,675,535. Cl. 340 — 147. 

Davidson, Allen R. 2,685,610, Cl. 178 — 7.5. 

Davidson, .\rthur C, Chicago, 111. Control for railway 
truck bolster spring. 2,672.102. Mar. 16. 

Davidson, Bruce J., assignor to National Biscuit Company. 
2,674,377, Cl. 211—72. 

Davidson Corp. : See — 

Davidson. William W. 2,693,357. 
Dell. Edward F. 

Davidson, Craig : See — 

Stoneman, Alan C. and Davidson 

Davidson, Eric B., Winchfield, England. 
2.670.852. Mar. 2. 

Davidson, George W., Whittier, A. M. Kupfer, San Gabriel, 
and C. B. Kilmer, San Marino, Calif., assignors to 
Container Corporation of America, Chicago, 111. Corner 
pad. 2,670,122, Feb. 23. 

Davidson, Glenn, Aurora. 111. Cigarette mouthpiece ma- 
terial. 2.668.544. Feb. 9. 

Davidson, Harold : See — 

Ramsden, Hugh B., and Davidson. 2.675.398 

Davidson. Harvey E., and J. F. Eaton, assignors to Beth- 
lehem Supply Company. 2. 076. 788. Cl. 255 — 25. 

Davidson, Hugh R., Easton, Pa., assignor to General 
Aniline & Film Corporation, New York, N. Y. Computer 
for integrating tristimulus values. 2,665,065, Jan. 5. 

Davidson, Hugh R.. Easton. Pa., assignor to General 
Aniline & Film Corporation, New York, N. Y. Color 
mixture computer. 2,671,609, Mar. 9. 

Davidson. Hugh R.. and J. M. Lambert, to General Aniline 
& Film Corp. 2.682.801, Cl. 88 — 14. 

Davidson, Ivor M., and A. D. S. Carter, Farnborough, 
assignors to Power Jets (Research and Development) 
Limited, London, England. Gaseous fluid flow system. 
2.666,453. Jan. 19. 

Davidson, John, tipper Montclair, N. J., assignor to 
Western Electric Company. Incorporated. New York, 
N. Y. Vacuum printing apparatus. 2,672.080. Mar. 16. 

Davidson. John B.. and T. R. Santelli. assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Allied Chemical & Dye Corporation. 
2.680,073. Cl. 92—21. 

Davidson, John B., and E. J. Romatowski, to Allied Chemi- 
cal & Dye Corp. 2,683.134, Cl. 260 — 70. 

Davidson. John R. : See — 

Leffler. John J. 2.687.127. 

Davidson, John T., assignor to The Standard Register 
Company. 2,674,185, Cl. 101 — 373. 

Davidson. John T., to The Standard Register Co. 
2.683.519. Cl. 197 — 133. 

Davidson, John T.. and P. G. Stimson, to The Standard 
Register Co. 2,683.599. Cl. 271 — 2.3. 

Davidson. Philip. 2.693,587, Cl. 339 — 272. 

Davidson, Samuel H.. assignor to Imperial Chemical 
dnstries Limited. 2,680,067, CI. 52 — 7. 

Davidson, Samuel H.. and C. H. Rigby, assignors to 
perial Chemical Industries Limited. 2,680,068, 
52—11. 

Davidson. Thomas, to T. Davidson, and B. H. Cook, d. b. a. 
Stpmco Mfg. Co. 2,684.113. Cl. 157 — 1.17. 

Davidson, Trevor O., assignor to Bucyrus-Erie Companv. 
2,680,491, Cl. 180 — 79.2. ' 

Davidson, Wilbur L. : See — 

Calhoun. James C. Davidson, and Hansen. 2.692.053. 

Davidson, William B., W. A. Wyatt, and W. B. William- 
son. 2,676,319, Cl. 2 — 1. 

Davidson, William W., to Davidson Corp. 2,693,357, Cl. 
271—53. 



In- 

Im- 
Cl. 



Davidson, William \V.. Jr. 2,678,001. Cl. 101—147. 
Davie, James. 2,675,767. Cl. 105 — 375. 

Davies. Charles. 2,090,203, Cl. 153—3. 

Davies, Charles H., and R. V. Ostling, Seattle. Wash., 
assignors to Boeing Airplane Company. Aircraft con- 
trol column. 2,608,029, Feb. 2. 

Davies, David O., to Rolls-Royce Ltd. 2,685,334, Cl. 
158—36.4. 

Davies, Eric R., to R. G. Davies. 2,696,826. Cl. 135 — 52. 

Davies. Frank : See — 

Moseley, John F.. and Davies. 2,681,666. 

Davies, Frank, to The British Cotton Industry Research 
Assn. 2.683,471, Cl. 139—336. 

Davies, James R., and L. C. Starkweather. 2,694,330, 
Cl. 81—85. 

Davies, Kenneth R., Ockbrook, and K. Herbstritt, 
Chellaston, assignors to Rolls-Royce Limited, Derby, 
England. Fuel system for gas-turbine engines. 
2,670,599, Mar. 2. 

Davies, Kenneth R., and K. Herbstritt, assignors to Rolls- 
Royce Limited. 2,674.847, Cl. 60 — 39.28."" 

Davies, Richard E., Williams, Ariz. Neon tube control 
apparatus. 2.673,341, Mar. 23. 

Davies, Robert H.. and R. W. Parcell, assiimors to The 
Baker-Raulans Company. 2,677,475, Cl. 214 — 652. 

Davies. Roland G. : See — 

Davies. Eric R. 2,696.826. 

Davies, Victor N. 2.676.5,59, Cl. 115 — 17. 

Davies- Young Soap Companv. The, assignee : See — 
Trusler, Ralf B. 2,674,540. 

Davila. Jtian 1'.. 2.68.'^.S7S. Cl. 2 — 16. 

Davis, Albert P.. Haddon Heights, X. J. Retractable 
wind scoop. 2,666,604, Jan. 19. 

Davis, Albert S., Jr., to Research Corp. 2,682,314. Cl. 
183—7. 

Davis, Alvin W. 2,676.007, Cl. 263 — 43. 

Davis, Arthur G., Grosse Pointe Park, Mich. Gauge unit. 
2.667,701, Feb. 2. 

Davis. Arthur P.. and .1. K. Macomber. to American Bosch 
Arma Corp. 2.698.135. Cl. 23.5 — 61.5. 

Davis. Austin E., Nashua, N. H., assignor to Nashua Cor- 
poration. Preparation of sheet material with re- 
moistenable gum coating. 2,666.718, Jan. 19. 

Davis. Calvin V., La Grange. L. F. Harza, Highland 
Park, ni., and J. F Ward. Tacoraa, Wash. Pish lock 
for downstream migration of fingerlings. 2,667,036, 
Jan. 26. 

Davis, Charles G. 2.681.092. Cl. 150 — 52. 

Davis, Charles W., to the United States of America as 
represented by the Secretary of the Navy. 2,686,890, 
Cl. 315-5. 

Davis. Clvde O., H. A. Lewis, and G. A. Noddin, to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Co. 2.685.251, Cl. 102 — 23. 

Davis, David C. 2.682,438, Cl. 311—22. 

Davis. David T. : See — 

Woods-Hill. William, and Davis. 2,690,507. ' 

Davis. Edgar B.. Tanserine. Fla. Sliding jaw screw cap 
jar wrench. 2,669.141. Feb. 16. 

Davis. Edna M. 2.686.518, Cl. 128 — 287. 

Davis, Edward A. 2.684.841. Cl. 265—27. 

Davis. Edward W.. to Regents of the University of Minne- 
sota. 2.696.432. Cl. 75—5. 

Davis. Rlwood A. : See — 

Hopkins, Geirge W., Davis, and Zickler. 

Tavlor. Lawrence B.. Malavazos. Davis, and Bergfelt. 

2,692,084. 

Davis. El wood T., Havertown, assignor to Leeds and 
Northrup Company. Philadelphia. Pa. Rate and reset 
rebalanceable control svstem. 2.666,170. Jan. 12. 

Davis, Flwond T.. to Leeds and Northrup Co. 2,688,717. 
Cl. 318— 2S. 

Davis. Ernest, and R. D. McCallnm. assignors to The 
Prosperity Companv. Inc.. Svracuse, N. Y. Two elec- 
tric motor power unit. 2,666.863, Jan. 19. 

Davis. Flovd E.. assignor to United States Steel Cor- 
poration. 2.679.175. Cl. 78 — SO. 

Davis. Fr.mcis W. 2.696.990. Cl. 280 17.13. 

Davis. Frank E., Louisville, Ky. Casket. 2,664.614. 
Jan. 5. 

Davis. Frank L. : See — 

Townsend, Rex. and Davis. 2,691.272. 

Davis. Frpderick L. 2.694.175. Cl. 322 — 42. 

Davis & Furher Machine Co. : See — 

Howps, Irving C. and Grieco. 2,695,429. 
Davis & Geek. Inc. : See — 

Grovpr. Paul W. 2.692.676. 
Powers. Carl A., and Ayres. 2,694,487. 
Davis. Gporse H. : See — 

Nichols. Horace E.. and Davis. 2,688.307. 
Davis. Gustoff W., and M. C. Waltz, to Bell Telephone 

L,aboratoriPs. Inc. 2.694,040. Cl. 204 — 15. 
Davis. Harold C. and R. .\. Claridge, to Bemis Bro. Bag 

Co. 2.693,304. Cl, 226 — 18. 
Davis. Harvey J. : See — 

Martenson, Eugene, and Davis. 2,683,594. 
Davis. Ha^el E. 2,691.439, Cl, 206 — 56, 
Davis. Herbert L.. Walnole, Mass., assignor to The B, P, 
Goodrich Companv. New York. N. Y. Apparatus for 
coating strip material. Re. 23,787, Feb. 23. 
Davis. Hiram S. : See — 

Jliner. Ernest P.. and Davis. 2.684,492. 
Davis. Hollie M. 2.687.579. Cl 35 — 9. 
Davis, Howard M. 2,6t4,777, Cl. 27—24. 



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INDEX OP PATENTS, 1954 



2,680,583, CI. 
Davis, John E. 
Davis, Jolin II., 

ucts Co., Inc. 
Davis, John K. 



Davis, Uyman R. : See — 

Bloomer, Ward J., and Davis. 2,674,846. 
lilooiner, Ward J., and Davis. 2.<)98,050. 

Davis, .Tames K. 2,691,150. CI. 340 — 26. 

Davis, James O., and W. Eckardt, assignors to The Hardle 
Manufacturing Company. 2,675,254, CI. 285 — 172. 

Davia, Jesse IJ., and 10. I'lck, a.ssigiiors to The Pcrmutlt 
Company. 2,677, .390, CI. i:57 — 504. 

Davis, Joe G., assignor to Hoeing Airplane Company. 
244 — 134. 

2,086,101, CI. 346—108. 
Jr.. and A. P. Nelson, to Alloy Steel Prod- 
2.092,750, CI. 251 — 210. 
: See — 
Clancy, Anna E., and Davis. 

Davis, John K., to American Optical Co. 2,682,197, CI. 
88—57. 

Davis, John V., assignor to The Udylite Corporation. 
2,678,714. CI. 198—19. 

Davis, John V., assignor to The TJdylite Corporation. 
2,078,719. CI. 198-209. 

Davis, John V., to The Udylite Corp. 2,681,015, CI. 104— 
93. 

Davis, John W., Lawndale, assignor to R. Lane and R. S. 
Groman, doing business as Television Accessories, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Antenna network. 2,666,846, Jan. 19. 

Davis, Kingsbury H. : See — 

Biddul'ph, Rulon S.. and Davis. 2.685,615. 

Davis, Larry. 2.070,025, CI. 279—123. 

Davis, Leo R. : See — ■ 

Rosenblatt, Morris S., and Davis. 2,674.217. 

Davis, Lewis M., to Sealed Power Corp. 2,685,484, CI. 
309—29. 

Davis, Lewis W. : See — 

Gruber, Bernard A., and Davis. 2,688,169. 

Davis. Lillian A. 2,692,043, CI. 206 — 6. 

Davis, Loren R., and T. A. McCarran, to Kaiser Metal 
Products. Inc. 2,686,699, Cl. 311 — 4. 

Davis, Louis P., assignor to The Atlantic Refining Com- 
pany. 2,680,408, Cl. 103—4. 

Davis, Mansell A. 2,678.858, Cl. 311-39. 

Davis, Martha E., and J. C. Jacobsen, to United States of 
America as represented by the Secretary of Agriculture. 
2.683.458, Cl. 129—16.1. 

Davis, Milton W., Jr., Wilmington, Del., assignor to the 
United States of America as represented by the United 
States Atomic Energy Commission. Production of 
fluorinated diketones. '2,670.353. Feb. 23. 

Davis, Nelson L., Chicago, III. Method and apparatus 
for separating and drying comminuted solids. 2,670,078, 
Feb, 23. 

Davis, Nelson L. 2,688,423, CI. 222—195. 

Davis, Nelson L. 2,692,048, Cl. 209—172.5. 

Davis, Nelson L. 2,692,049, Cl. 209—172.5. 

D.Tvis, Oliver F., and H. G. Belitz, to The Commonwealth 
Enginoering Co. of Ohio. 2,685,121, Cl. 29 — 17. 

Davis, Patrick H., assignor to Champion Dish Washing 
Machine Company, Erie, Pa. Link conveying belt. 
2,667,262, Jan. 26. 

Davis, Ralph B., Prestonsburg, Ky. Pie and cake pan 
handle. 2,673,114, Mar. 23. 

Davis, Ralph C, and H. H. Deist, assignors to The Fire- 
stone Tire & Rubber Company. Akron, Ohio. Electric 
motor positioned according to time-temperature sched- 
ule. 2,060,173, Jan. 12. 

Davis, Ralph E.. Milwaukee. Wis. Sacroiliac belt with 
crotch straps. 2.673.340, ^lar. 30. 

Davis, Ralph P.. to Walworth Co. 2,695.431. Cl. 22 — 21. 

Davis. Raymond C assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion. 2.R78.104. Cl. 170— 173. 

Davis, Raymond C, to General Motors Corp. 2.690,063. 
Cl. 64 — 13. 

Davis, Raymond G. : See — 

Mesi, Michael J., and Davis. 

Diivis, Raymond J. 2,675,574, Cl. 15 — 210. 

Davis, Ravmond L.. II, to I,eeds and Northrnp Co. 
2,698.222. Cl. 23 — 2.32. 

Davis. Robert A. : See — 

Stiles. Llovd C, and Davis. 

Davis, Robert B. 2,674,391, Cl. 220—90. 

Davis. Robert O., assignor to The Gene Olsen Corporation. 
Adrian, Mich. Control system for concrete block 
machines. 2,672,669, Mar. 23. 

Davis. Rov C, and R. G. Taylor, 
Corp. 2.095,794, Cl. 285— 97.1 

Davis, Roy S. 2.687.802, CI. 209 

Davis. Russell S. : Sec- 
Schwartz. Bert B.. Platz.. and Davis. 2. 081. .397, 

Davis, Selby B., Greenwich, and' S. D. Willson, Stamford, 
Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid Company, New 
York, N. Y, Anilinoisoquinolines and preparing the 
same. 2,000,059, Jan. 12. 

Davis, Spencer II. 2,081.137. Cl. 198 — 230. 

Davis. Stafford E., to Ark-Les Switch Corp. 2,081,447, 
Cl. 1—177. 

Davis, Thomas E., Rock Hill. S. C. assignor to Rock Hill 
Printing & Finishing Company. Jlethod and means for 
coloring' embossed fabric. 2,607,426, Jan, 26, 

Davis, Thomas E,. to Rock Hill Printing & Finishing Co. 
2,689.070. Cl, 223 — 32. 

Davis, Thomas H. : See — - 

Bruce, John K.. and Davis. 2,685,975. 



2,687,338, 



to Automatic 
2,677,768, CI. 



Jr.. to The Ouiberson 
-121. 



Davie & Thompson Co. : See — 

Otto, Gerhold L. 2,697,952. 
Davis, Vincent C, to California Research Corp. 2,686,293. 

Cl. 324 — 62. 
Davis, Wade A,, to American Machine Development Co. 

2,097.439, CI. 131—146. 
Davis, Walter K, : See — 

Dennison, William W., Abramson, and Davis. 
2.089,587, 
Davis, Walter M.. Sr. 2,678,070, Cl. 143—28. 
Davis, Warren H., Jr. : See — 

Shepard, Hayden W.. and Davis. 2,686,340. 
Davis, Whitman W., Burbank, Calif. Serrating macliine. 

2,673,477, .Mar. 30. 
Davis, Wilbur M. 2.681,955. Cl. 200 — 52. 
Davis, William E. Re. 23,821, Cl. 62 — 117.1. 
Davis, William II., to Sun Oil Co. 2,689.624, Cl. 183 — 115. 
Davis, Williuiu II.. to Sun Oil Co. 2.089.625, Cl. 183—115. 
Davis, William H., and G. F. Millstead. 2,674,428, Cl. 

24g 229 

Davis, William L., to Hathaway Instrument Co 

CI. 346—109. 
Davis, William L. 2,696,851, Cl. 143—6. 
Davison, Alan : See — 

Baker, George T.. and Davison. 
Davison, Alan, and J. G. Pearce, assignors 
Telephone & Electric Company Limited. 
250 — 36. 

Davison, Alan, and N. H. Robinson, to Automatic Tele- 
phone & Electric Co., Ltd. 2,681,386, Cl, 179—84. 
Davison Chemical Corp.. The : See — 

Ahlberg, Jacob E., Baral, and Tongue. 2,680,100. 
Baral, Leon L., and Wilson. 2,084.340. 
Ellis, Edward J. 

Nicholson, Flnley C, and Wilson. 2,685,569. 
Davison, Perl M. 2,688,429, C\. 226—31. 
Davison, Richard, and H. C, Wynee, to Pilkington 

Brothers Ltd. 2,691.851, Cl. 49—14. 
Davison, Richard, and W. A. Lightfoot, to Pilkington 

Brothers Ltd. 2.690,698, Cl. 49—14. 
Davison, Roy W., Chicago, 111. Brush. 2,666,940, Jan. 26. 
Davisson, Jacob W. : See — 

Tanner, Fred W., Jr., Davisson, Finlay, and Kane. 
2.689.854. 
Davisson, Kenneth R, : See — 

Baldridge, Walter M.. and Davisson. 2,696,977. 
Davitt, James J„ Jr„ assignor to M, M, Davitt. 2,675,114, 

Cl 197 189 

Davitt, .Tames 'j,, Jr., to M. M. Davitt. 2.693,266, Cl. 

197 — 189. 
Davitt, Marj' M, : See — 

Davitt, James J., Jr. 2,675,114, 
Davitt, James J., Jr. 2.693.200. 
Davol Rubber Co. : See — 

Hanna, Ezra L. 2.697.424. 
Perreault, Emile V. 2.693.187. 
Raiche, Paul A. 2.677.375. 
Raiche, Paul A. 2,687,131. 
Raiche, Paul A. 2.690,595. 
Raiche, Paul A. 2,693.191. 
Rodriguez, Camlle. 2,693,188. 
Davoud. John G., to Courtaulds 

O60 ''SO 

DiTvv Christopher H.. to The Babcock & Wilcox Co 

2,688,315, Cl. 122— 300. 
Daw. Edward D. 2,682,533, Cl, 260—210. , 
Davy. Lee G. : See — 

Young, De Walt S.. and Davy. 
Dawdv, Harlev E., East Alton, 111. Dual hinge 

Feb. 16. 
Dawe. Albert J., Milwaukee, L. H. Matthias, Fox Point, 
and W. A. De Smidt. Whitefish Bay, assignors to Allen- 
Bradley Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Autotransformer 
starter. 2,670,411, Feb, 23, 
Dawlev, John G. 2.693.588, Cl. 340—63. 
Dawson. David W. O. : See — 

Bothnm. George H., Lancaster, and Dawson. 
2.0S9.177. 
Dawson. E. I., assignee : See — 

Hodgson. George H. 
Dawson Edward, New York, assignor to The Sperry 
Corporation, Great Neck, N. Y. High-speed counter- 
mechanism. 2,008,013, Feb. 2. 
Dawson. Edward W. : See — 

Creek, John O., and Dawson. 2,676,521. 

Dawson. Harold H. : See — _ ^ „ . 

Alexander. William R., Williams, Dawson, and Bentz. 

Dawson, Harrv A., Jr., % to J. S. Lacey. 2,693,358, Cl. 
273 — 202. 

Dawson Kenwood S., to Waterbury Corrug.ited Container 
Co. 2.090. 280, Cl, 229 — 35. 

Dawson Melvyn H., Coral Gables, Fla, Semiautomatic 
parking garage building. 2.007,980. Feb. 2. 

D.awson, Reginald D.. assignor to Shell Development Com- 
pany. 2.075.352, Cl. 252—8.5. 

Dawson Reginald D.. assignor to Shell Development Com- 
pany. 2.675,353. Cl. 252—8.5. 

Dawson, Robert A. J. 2.075.081. Cl. 61 — 16. 

Dawson. Wilfred P. 2,675,600, Cl. 25 — 132. 

Dawson, William C. : See — 

Harding. Robert J., and Dawson. 2,677,39o. 

Dawson, William O. : See — 

Sellet. Lucieu, and Dawson. 2,690,434. 



Ltd. 2,684,360, Cl. 



2,668,981, 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



123 



Dawton, Ralph H. V. M. : See — 

Randall, John T., Sayers, Boot, and Dawton. 2,680,827. 
Day, Carl h., and F. K. Fauth, assignors to Crown Cork & 

Seal Company, Inc. 2,670,742, CI. 226 — 9S. 
Day, Carl L., and L. F. Pahl, to Crown Cork & Seal Co. 

2.6S.">,39(>, CI. 226 — 124. 
Day. Carl L., and R. H. Breeback, to Crown Cork & Seal 

Co.. Inc. 2,692,075, CI. 226 — 75. 
Day, Carl L.. and F. F. Fauth, to Crown Cork & Seal 

Co., Inc. 2,692,671, CI. 198 — 34. 
Day, Carl L., and F. E. Fauth, to Crown Cork & Seal Co., 

Inc. 2.696,338. CI. 226 — 115. 
Day, Dewey D., assignors to The Murray Company of 
Texas, Inc., Dallas. Tex. Lint cleaner. 2,609,755, 
Feb. 23. 
Day, Harry E.. and E. G. Biedernian, to Link Welder Corp. 

2.683,206. CI. 219 — 4. 
Day, Jean, to Compagnie Generale de Telegraphic Sane 

Fil. 2,689,186, CI. 106 — 39. 
Day. Kenneth D. 2,697.301. CI. 74 — 230.17. 
Day, Lamar L.. assignee : See — 

Day. Leslie. 
Day, Leslie, Chicago. 111., assignor of one-half to L. L. Day, 
St. George. Staten Island, N. Y. Electrical switch mech- 
anism. 2.666,115, Jan. 12. 
Day. Pierce B. : See — 

Buchele. Donald R.. and Dav. 2,679,183. 
Day, William P. 2,687,071, CI. 94 — i8. 
Day-Brite Lighting, Inc. : See — 

Taylor, George J., and Stahlhut. 2,683,799. 
Dayger. Jonas E. : See — 

Wilson, Lawrence A.. Dayger. Babel, and Stanton. 
2,696,222. 
Dayger, Jonas B., and A. N. Miller, to International 

Business Machines Corp. 2,681,015, CI. 101 — 93. 
Dayley, Carl C, to Container Lock Lid Co. 2,694,589, 

CI. 292—29. 
Daystrom Inc. : See — 

Falconer, Robert W. 2,697,387. 
Lane. Clifford,!. 2,697.386. 
Dayton, A. V.. Engineering Corp., assignee : See — 
Green, William G. 
Green, William G. 2,676,265. 
Dayton Aircraft Products, Inc., assignee : See — 

Von Wald. Walter A., Jr., and Marshall. 
Dayton Pump & Manufacturing Company, The, assignee : 
See — 

Bergh, Charles J. 
Lung, Kenneth R. 2,674,189. 
Dayton Rubber Co., The : See — 
Bacon, Henry M. 2.698,032. 
EYeedlander, Abraham L. 
Freedlander, Abraham L. 2.688,070. 
Lofton, Edgar K. 2,675,592. 
Rockoff, Joseph. 
Talalay, Leon. 
Waugh, Dale L. 2.677,969. 
Dazey, Harry D. 2,690,625, CI. 40 — 121 
Dazley, Frederick C, to General Electric Co. 2,689,909, 

CI. 240 — 52. 
Dazzi Joachim : See — 

Knowles, William S., and Dazzl. 2,683,161. 
Knowle.s. William S., and Dazzi. 2.684,955. 
Dazzi, Joachim, Dayton, Ohio, assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company. St. Louis, Mo. Trialkyl-1-benzoyl- 
propane-l,2,3-trlcarboxylates and preparing same. 
2,667,504, Jan. 26. 
Dazzi, Joachim, Dayton, Ohio, assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Surface-active 
composition. 2,667,506, Jan. 26. 
Dazzi, Joachim, to Monsanto Chemical Co. 2,687,389, 

CI. 260 — 30.4. 
Dazzi, Joachim, to Monsanto Chemical Co. 2,687,390, 

CI. 260 — 31.4. 
Dazzl, Joachim, to Monsanto Chemical Co. 2,687,428 

CI. 260 — 485. 
Dazzi, Joachim, to Monsanto Chemical Co. 2,687,429, 

CI. 260 — 485. 
Dazzi, Joachim, to Monsanto Chemical Co. 2,689,865 

CI. 260 — 479. 
Dazzi, Joachim, to Monsanto Chemical Co. 2,695,280, 

CI. 260 — 31.8. 
Dazzi, Joachim, to Monsanto Chemical Co. 2,695,299, 

CI. 260—306. 
Dazzi, Joachim, and J. R. Darby, to Monsanto Chemical 

Co. 2.683,701, CI. 260—31.8. 
D'Azzo, Errol P. 2,695,663, CI. 160 — 22. 
D'Azzo. Errol P. 2,695,763, CI. 248 — 273. 
d-Con Co., Inc., The : See — 

Link, Karl P. 2,687,365. 
De Directie van de Staatsmijnen in Limburg : See — 
Goedkoop, Martinus L. 
Hoek, Theodorus J. J. 2.684,891. 
Van Loon. Willem. 2.677,603. 
Zeegers, Rudolph N. G. 
Zeegers, Rudolph N. G. 2.677,599. 
Dg Directie van de Staatsmijnen in Limburg, Handelend 
voor en namens de Staat der Nederlanden : See — 
Goedkoop, Martinus L. 2,693.452. 
Goedkoop, Martinus L. 2.693,453. 
Klijzing, Daniel, and Idema. 2,694,989. 
Klijzing, Daniel, and Idema. 2,694.990. 
Klijzing, Daniel, and Idema. 2,695,010. 
Van Krevelen, Dirk W. 2,693,446. 



De Nederlandsche Centrale Organlsatle Voor Toegepast- 
Natuurwetenschappelijk Onderzoek, assignee : See — 
Aien, Adrlaan H. W., and Wlechers. 

De Nederlaudse Cemrale Organisatle Voor Xoegepast- 
Natuurwetenschappelijk Onderzoek : See — 
De Veen, Jan. 2.689.425. 

Deacon, John F. 2,684,606, CI. 123—179. 

Deakin, Gerald, to International Standard Electric Corp. 
2,686,836, CI. 179—9. 

Deakin, Gerald, to International Standard Electric Corp. 
2,696,525, CI. 179—18. 

Dean. Albert C. : See- 
Barnes, Gladeon M., Fike, and Dean. 2,685,263. 

Dean, Albert, Jr. 2,693,653, CI. 39 — 31. 

Dean, Alfred R. 2,691,557, CI. 308—211. 

Dean, Byron L. 2,677,839, CI. 15—128. 

Dean. Delia P. : See — 

Kingston^ Fannye L., and Dean. 2,690,564. 

Dean, IJion K., to Foster Wheeler Corp. 2,696,775, CL 
99— 24(;. 

Dean, Elliott D., assignor, by mesne assignments, to The 
Putnam Needle Company. 2,679,312, CI. 198—33. 

Dean, Howard O. 2,68d,145, CI. 43 — 42.15. 

Dean, Jack E. : See — 

Cornell, Roy C. and Dean. 2.689 408. 

Dean, James, and B. W. Pollard, to National Research De- 
velopment Corp. 2,694,192, CI. 340 — 174. 

Dean, John J., Pomona, Calif. Turn indicator for ve- 
hicles. 2,669,212, Feb. 16. 

Dean, Joseph, Harrogate, England. Traveling support 
for hank drying machines. 2,064,991, Jan. 5. 

Dean, Karl C. : See— 

Schack, Carl H., and Dean. 

Dean. Laurence B. : See — 

Wagner, Edward L., and Dean. 2,688,529. 

Dean, Milo M., N. A. Thunstrom, and F. N. Ruic, to The 
Greyhound Corp. 2.682,928. CI. 180—53. 

Dean, Milo M., and N. A. Thunstrom, to The Greyhound 
Corp. 2,689,013, CI. 180-53. 

Dean, Percy W., to The Aerogen Co. Ltd. 2,093,947, CI. 
261—18. 

Dean, Ralph L. 2,690,621, CI. 35—9. 

Dean, Raymond M., E. P. Cashman. and J. E. Thomas, to 
Standard Oil Development Co. 2,688,643. CI. 260 — 671. 

Dean, Reginald S., assignor to Chicago Development Cor- 
poration. 2,678,292, CI. 148 — 31. 

Dean, Reginald S., to Chicago Development Corp. 
2,692,213, CI. 117 — 130. 

Dean, Roy H. : See — 

Bauman, Joseph J., and Dean. 2,691,552. 

Dean, Walter B., Paris, France, assignor to The Budd 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Self-propelled vehicle. 
2,667,843, Feb. 2. 

Dean, Walter B., Paris, France, and G. D. Pagon, Ambler, 
assignors to The Budd Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Movable berth installation. 2.673.353. Mar. 30. 

Dean, William R., Torrington, Wyo. Drawer seat. 
2,666,473, Jan. 19. 

Deanesly, Richard M., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company. 2,675,883, CI. 183 — 2.7. 

Deanesly, Richard M., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company. 2,675,884, CI. 183 — 2.7. 

Deanesly, Richard M., to Universal Oil Products Co. 
2,684,325, CI. 196 — 49. 

De Anguera, Philip. 2.693,287, CI. 214 — 89. 

Deans, Frederick E., to The Bentley Engineering Co. Ltd. 
2,685,187, CI. 66 — 188. 

Deans, Frederick E., and C. H. Wainwright, Leicester, 
and A. W. Kent, Groby, assignors to The Bentley 
Engineering Company Limited, Leicester, England. 
Hand appliance for hauling chains. 2,672,743, Mar. 23. 

Deans, Frederick E., and C. P. Manger, to The Bentley 
Engineering Co. Ltd. 2.685.186, CI. 66 — 14. 

Dearborn, Ernest R., Ashland, assignor to Angler Cor- 
poration, Framinghani, Mass. Wrapping machine for 
irregularly curved articles. 2,666,283, Jan. 19. 

Dearborn, Frederick E. 2.695.286. CI. 260—239.5. 

Dearborn, Howard K., Berea, Ohio. Adjustable self- 
spreading sprinkler. 2,673,119, Mar. 23. 

Dearborn Motors Corporation, assignee : See — 
Altgelt, Rudolph J. 
Blaauw, Andrew, and Findley. 
Erwin, Robert L. 
Frevik, Ralph C. 
Hauswirth, Vernon O. 
Miller, Raymond J. 
Miller, Raymond J., and Wilson. 
Raught, Arthur V. 
Richey, Clarence B. 
Sawyer, Frederick D. 
Schaich, Wilbur A. 
Witt, Robert H. 

Deardorfl, Clinton E., San Fernando, assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, North Hollywood. Calif. Load re- 
sponsive pressure regulating valve. 2,665,552. Jan. 12. 

DeardorfC, Clinton E., assignor to Bendix Aviation Cor- 
poration. 2,679,948, CI. 220 — 71. 

Deardorff, Clinton E., Sepulveda, W. B. Elder, Sherman 
Oaks, and N. J. Bifano, Los Angeles, assignors to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, North Hollywood, Calif. Com- 
bination master cylinder and power brake valve. 
2,670.004, Feb. 23. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1954 



Deardorflf, Clinton E., and F. W. Schneck, to Bendix Avia- 
tion Corp. 2,096,827, CI. 137—102. 

DeardurlV, Lawrence It., to Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corp. 
2.084,30!), CI. 117—72. 

Bearing, William C, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Chemical & Dye Corporation. 2,680,682, CI. 



William C, assignor, by mesne 
Chemical & l)ye Corporation. 



to Pettibone 



assignments, to 
2,080,734, CI. 

Mullilien Corp. 

Corp. 



Ltd. 



Allied 
92—3. 

Dearing, 
Allied 
260 — 70 

De Armond, Ralph I? 
2,089,037, CI. 198—57. 

Dearstyne, John T., to General Aniline & Film 
2,685,237, CI. 95—11. 

Deatherage, Joe A. 2,075,503, CI. 4 — 57. 

De Bacco, Gerald : See — 

De Bacco, John and G. 2,076,397. 

De Bacco, John and G. 2,676,397, CI. 30 — 47. 

De Bella. Peter. 2.084,247, CI. 273—131. 

Debenham, Frank, to Geographical Projects 
2.694,634, CI. 95—5. 

De Benneville, Peter L., assignor to Rohm & Haas Com- 
pany. 2,675,383, CI. 260—249.6. 

De Benneville, Peter L., and L. J. Exner, to Rohm & Haas 
Co. 2,089.249, CI. 260 — 309.7. 

De Benneville, Peter L., and S. Melamed, to Rohm & Haas 
Co. 2,694,687, CI. 260 — 2.1. 

De Boer. Gerard W. 2,078,993, CI. 219 — 46. 

De Boisblanc, Deslonde R. : See — 

McCollom, Kenneth A., and de Boi.^bl.nnc. 2,095,987. 

De Boisblanc, Deslonde R., assignor to Phillips Petroleum 
Company. 2,679,746, CI. 73—35. 

De Boisblanc, Deslonde R., to Phillips Petroleum Co. 
2.691,303. CI. 73 — 194. 

De Boisblanc, Deslonde R., and E. A. Malick, to Phillips 
Petroleum Co. 2,688.875, CI. 73—304. 

Debonair Belt, Inc. : See — 

Lane, Stanley. 2,681,453. 

De Brabander. Camiel. and F. Rudbarg, to American Vis- 
cose Corp. 2,696,055, CI. 28 — 71.3. 

De Brey, Heinrich, and F. L. van Weenen, to Hartford 
National Bank and Trust Co. 2,688,228, CI. 00 — 24. 

Debrie, Andre V. L. C, Paris, France, Removable pump- 
ing tank for automatic developing machines. 2,673,007, 
Mar. 23. 

Debrie, Andrg V. L. C. 2,689,729, CI. 271 — 2.3. 

De Brocke, Ben H. 2,690,338, CI. 273 — 81. 

De Busk. Ral'^h E. : See — 

Hawmeyer. Hush T., Jr.. and De Busk. 2,678,925. 

Deca, John, Mines Furnace, Inc., assignee : See — 
Diehl, Charles P. 2,674,445. 

De Camp. William H. 2,687,177, CI. 166 — 76. 

De Campos Bueno, Adalberto C. 2,096,091, CI. 6.5 — 31. 

De Carli. Earl V., to General Electric Co. 2.693,690, CI. 
68 — 263. 

De Carlo, Joseph J., North Tarrytown, N. Y. Rocket 
motor hot ash extinguishing and cooling device. 
2.367,839, Feb. 2. 

De Cat, Arthur H. : See — 

Van Dormael, Andr6 E., Nys, and De Cnt. 2. 680. 686. 

De Cat, Arthur H., Kessel-Loo, Louvain, G. M. Sevens, 
Berchem-Antwerp, and A. E. Van Dormael, Heverlee- 
Louvain, assignors to Gevaert Photo-Producten N. V.. 
Mortsel, Belgium. Manufacture of photographic color 
images. 2,008.112, Feb. 2. 

Decat. Jules, Montrouge, France. Shoveling apparatus. 
2,670.070. Feb. 23. 

De Cato, Theodore A., Bridgeport. Conn. Roller attach- 
ment for garden tractors. 2,664,683, Jan. 5. 

Decea Record Co., Ltd., The : Srr — . 

Hnlden. Alfred T.. and Wallis. 2.678.633 
O'Brien, William J,. Bridges, Hendley! Easy and 
Vickers. 2.690,.^.59. 

De Cecco, Andrew. 2.090.725 CI 68 — 235 

De Cenzo. Herbert A. 2,674,421, CI. 244 — 7. 
Dechfir, Edouard, to Walter Marshak Inc. 2,689,072 C). 
224 — 48. 

Dechaux. Georges G. M. 2.092.402 CI 15 — 1''7 
DechentrPiter. Josef. 2,692,465, CI. 56 — 20. 
Decher. Siegfried : See — 

Oestrich, Hermann, Decher, and Stein. 

Decher. Siegfried, and W. Stein, to H. Oestrich 2 688 841 

CI. 60 — 35.6. 
Dechert. George W. 2.697.884, CI. 35 — 60. 
Deck. Philibert. and A. Rapp. 2,696,678, CI 34 — 60. 
Deckel. Fried rich W. : Scr — 

Gebelo. Kurt. 2,697.391. 

OsRpnbnrh, Karl. 2,689,505. 

Zwlck, Kurt. 
Deckel, Hans : See — • 

Gebelo. Kurt. 2,697,391. 

Ossenbnrh. Karl. 2,689.505. 

Zwick, Kurt. 
Decker. Andrew H.. C. W. Modersohn, and R. R. Palmer, 
to Warner Electric Brake & Clutch Co. 2,097,802 CI. 
315—3.55. 
Decker, Norman A. 2,690,095, CI. 46 — 175, 
Decker, William H. : See — 

Campbell, Oliver P., and Decker. 

Campbell, Oliver F., and Decker. 2,688,589. 
Deekman. Gordon : See — 

Simpson. Edward H.. and Ppokman. 2,678,450 
De Cloud, Joseph P. 2,692,005, CI. 154^14. 



Silver, Walter H., 
Silver, Walter H., 
Silver, Walter H., 
Silver, Walter H., 
Silver, Walter H., 



2,697,973. 
2,688,222. 



assignee : See — 



Decora Corp. : See — 

Smith, Lolnnd M. and F. M. Re. 23.910. 
De Coriolis, Ernest G., assignor to Surface Combustion 
Corporation, Toledo, Ohio. Continuous process for the 
manufacture of a supplement gas. 2,671,718, Mar. 9. 
De Costa, Leo J. : See — 

McBean, Douglas M., and De Costa. 
De Craene, Edmond P. : See — 

Dopp, Carl A., Schmidt, and De Craene. 2,681,787. 
De Crocs, Leon C. 2,083,499, CI. 182 — 1. 
Deeg, Karl, and W. Kaden, to Agfa Camera-Werk Aktien- 

gesellschaft. 2,093,743, CI. 95—40. 
Deep Rock Oil Corp. : See- 
Beam, Jon W. 2,674,128. 

Beam, Jon W. 2,680,512. 

Beam, Jon W. 2,888,588. 
Deere & Cu. : ser — 

Altgelt, Herman E. 

Anderson, Ralph L. 

Bjerkan, Arthur J. 2,685,356. 

Bozonian, Virgil F., Sr., Sorensen, and Clausen. 
2,082,739. 

Bozeman, Virgil F., Sr., Walz, Griff, and Clausen. 

Cook, Curtiss L., and Young. 2,095,734. 

Dort, Russell L. 2,686,522. 

Johnson, Ellsworth T. 2,676,446. 

Murri.son, Charles S. 2,087,688. 

Morrison, Charles S. 2,687,690. 

Oehler, William P. 

Oehler, William P. 2,686,048. 

Oehler, William P. 2,086,686. 

Oehler, William P., and Immesoete. 

Oehler, William P., and Immesoete. 2.087. 6S2. 

Oehler, William P., and Youngberg. 2,682,737-8. 

German, Orey W. 2,676,525. 

Paradise, Louis A. 2,688,:iS4. 

Paul. Talbert W. 

, and Cantral. 
and Cox. 

and Cox. 2,690.622. 
and Cox. 2,697,974. 
and Lohrman. 

Silver, Walter H., and Lohrman, 2,685,241. 

Silver, Walter H., and Lohrman. 2,686,465. 

Silver, Walter H., and Lohrman. 

Silver, Walter H., and German. 

Sorensen, Knud B., and Clausen. 

Stueland, Harold M. 2,679,943. 

Swim, Harold N., Jr. 

Young, William A. 2.686,523. 
Deere, John, Plow Company (Limited), 

Northcote, John A. 
Deere, John, Van Brunt Co. : See — 

Hyland, William A. 

Schnell, Ernst E. 2,676,555. 

Starr, John H. 2,695,576. 
Deere Mfg. Co. : See — 

Andrews, Norman F. 

Andrews, Norman F, 2,687,132. 

Andrews, Norman F., Slaveus, 
2,680,015. 

Bloss, Harold W. 2,676,623. 

Bopf. Edward C, and Thomann. 

Cheatum, Leo G., and Summers. 

Fletcher, Edward H. 2,670,686. 

Fletcher, Edward H. 2,691.462. 

Heller, Raymond H., and Liedtke, 

Hill, George B. 2,676,.532. 

Houck, Gordon H., and Hansen. 

Jirsa, Emil F. 

Mc<'lellan, Marcus E. 2.087.608. 

McClellan, Marcus B., Skromme, Manns, and Bright. 

MeClellan, Marcus E., ZoUars, and Berry. 2,695,816. 

Nordenson, Willard H. 2,695,503. 

Sla