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INDEX OF PATENTS 



ISSUED FROM 



THE UNITED STATES 
PATENT OFFICE 



1952 




UNITED STATES 

GO\'ERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1953 



For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U. S. Government Printing OfiBce, Washington 25, D. C. 

$5.25 (Paper cover); $6.25 (Buckram) 



CONTENTS 



Page 

List of Patentees (includes Reissues) 3 

List of Design Patentees 853 

List of Plant Patentees 897 

List of Abstracts of Applications 89& 

List of Disclaimers 907 

List of Patents Extended 911 

List of Inventions (includes Reissues) 913 

List of Design Inventions 1303 

List of Plant Inventions 1321 

List of Abstracts of Applications arranged by Inventions 1323 

List of Disclaimers arranged by Inventions 1327 

Decisions Published in the Official Gazette in 1952 1331 



1952 
PATENTS ISSUED 

Patents 43,667— No. 2,580,379 to No. 2,624,045 ^ inclusive- 
Designs 2,959— No. 165,568 to No. 168,526 inclusive. 

Reissues 163— No. 23,449 to No. 23,611 ^ inclusive. 

Plant Patents 101— No. 1,059 to No. 1,159 inclusive. 



1 Includes 51 withdrawn. 
' Includes 1 withdrawn. 



19 52 
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). 



ABC Corrugated Box Company, assignee : See — 

Lillie, Eugene F. 
A. B. C. Coupler & Engineering Company, Limited, 
assignee : See — 

Cossey, John C. G., and Smith. 
ABC Vending Corporation, assignee : See — 

Arnett, Leslie. 
A. B. Strateg, assignee : See — 

Von Korshenpwsky. Nicolai. 
A. B. Svenska FUiktfabriken, assignee : See — 

Broberg, Georg K. J. 

Ingve, Bror G. V. 

Johanson, Erik, Bergvall, and Alfredsson. 

Johansson, Erik, Bergvall, and Alfredsson. 

Lindbergh, John H., and Larsson. 

Lindh, Karl S., and Tureson. 

Kygjird. Sune 0. 
A/B Svenska Maskinverken, assignee : See — 

Dalin, David. 

Dalin, David, Hagby, and Wykman. 
A. B. Wicanders Korkfabriker, assignee : See — 

Broadhurst, Stanley F. 
A. C. I. Plastics Proprietary Limited, assignee : See — 

Fienberg, Nathan, and Calder. 
A & J Machine Engineering Co., Inc., assignee : See — 

Pratt, Arthur J. 
AMI Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Penkauskas, John E. 
A-1 Bit & Tool Company, assignee : See — 

Robishaw. Karl J. 

Yancey, John R., and Robishaw. 
A-1 Bit & Tool Company, Inc., assignee : See — - 

Denning, Charles 0. 
A P Controls Corporation, assignee : See — 

Biermann, William A. 

Biermann, William A., and Dulak. 

Johnson, Roy W., and Helser. 

Johnson, Roy W.. Zarwell, and McCarty. 

McCarty, Lourdes V. 

Pawelsky, Vernon R., McCarty, and Zarwell. 

Pnwolslcy, Vernon R.. and Rack. 
A. P. W. Products Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Woods, Walter B., and Schenck. 
A. R. D. Corporation, assignee : See — 

Guelph, John D. 

A/S Ardal Verk, assignee : See — 
Dale, Halvard. 

Pedersen, Knut H., and Bauck. 
A/S Lendax Lubricator og Maskinindustri, assignee : See — 

Lending, Magnus O. 
A/S Nordueo, assignee : See — 
Dijkema, Jan H. 
Dijkema, Jan H., and Pluim. 
Klellnnd, Jacob, and Harang. 
A. S. P. Chemical Company Limited, assignee : See — 

Walsh, Conrad L., and Adams. 
A. T. S. Company Limited, assignee : See — 

Taylor, Roland P. 
Aagaard, Fridtjof, Rahway, N. J., assignor to American 
Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Throttling 
device. 2,582,917, .Tan. 15. 
Aagaard, Leif, Plainfield, and G. B. Bronson, Matawan, 
N. J., assignors to National Lead Company, New York, 
N. Y. Preparation of titanium and zirconium tetra- 
halides. 2,608,464, Aug. 26. 
Aagaard, Leif, Plainfield, and S. S. Cole, Metuchen, N. J., 
assignors to Nation.al Lead Company, New York, N. Y. 
Chlorinating titaniferous material. 2,622,005, Dec. 16. 
Aagaard, Leif, Plainfield and L. W. Rowe, Fords, N. J., 
assignors to National Lead Company, New York, N. Y. 
Chlorinating titaniferous material. "2,622,000, Dec. 16. 
Aagaard, Leif, Plainfield, and F. J. Schultz, Fords, N. J., 
assignors to National Lead Company, New York, N. Y. 
Hydrolyzing titaniferous solutions. 2,622,964, Dec. 23. 
Aalseth, Kenneth D. : See — 

Ramsbottom, John M., Grinstead. and Aalseth. 
Aasland, Byron T., and J. V. Webster, Kankakee, assignors 
to Sears, Roebuck and Co., Chicago, 111. Lime spreader. 
2,587,678, Mar. 4. 
Aasland, John L., Moline. 111., assignor to International 
Harvester Company. Snapping roll with mating spiral 
rubber ribs. 2,584,180, Feb. 5. 



Abbe, Edward J., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The El- 
well-Parker Electric Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Pallet 
stripping device for industrial trucks. 2,620,936, 
Dec. 9. 

Abbe, George C. : See — 

Miller. Charles C, Jr., and Abbe. 

Abbenhouse, Ralph P., East Paterson, assignor to Allen B. 
Du Mont Laboratories, Inc., Passaic, N. J. Composite 
sync dissector. 2,615,979, Oct. 28. 

Abbey, Nelson D., assignor to The Etna Machine Company, 
Toledo, Ohio. Tube cutting machine. 2,596,062, May 6. 

Abbey, Nelson D., assignor to The Etna Machine Company, 
Toledo. Ohio. Tube chamfering and cutoff mechanism. 
. 2,616,325, Nov. 4. 

Abbey, Nelson D., assignor to The Etna Machine Com- 
pany, Toledo, Ohio. Tube mill. 2,621,106, Dec. 9. 

AbDink-Spaink, Johann H., Bradford, assignor to The 
English Electric Company Limited, London, England. 
Engine-driven electric generating plant. 2,583,131, 
Jan. 22. 

Abblett, Jack V., assignee : See — 
Hick, Harry J. 

Abbott, Abbott : See — 

Abbott, Alfred and Abbott. 

Abbott, Albert L. : See — 

Behrens, Herbert C., and Abbott. 

Abbott, Alfred and Abbott Abbott, Albany, N. Y. Spray 
gun. 2,584.178, Feb. o. 

Abbott, Arthur R., Beverly, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Machine for 
treating hides by application of pressure from diverse 
directions. 2,622,428, Dec. 23. 

Abbott, Charles W., Larchmont, assignor to United States 
Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Radiant heating 
installation. 2,608,634. Aug. 26. 

Abbott, Charles W., Seattle, Wash., assignor, by decree of 
distribution, to I. M. Abbott. Processing methyl cellu- 
lose and the products thereof. 2,602,042, July 1. 

Abbott. Edward J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Abbott Worsted Mills, Incorporated, Wilton, N. H. 
Slub catcher. 2,623,265, Dec. 30. 

Abbott, Edward J., deceased, Wilton, N. H., by S. L. 
Abbott, executor, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Abbott Worsted Mills, Incorporated, Wilton, N. H. 
Bobbin holder. 2,614,759, Oct. 21. 

Abbott, Gail C, assignor to Grip Nut Company, South 
Whitley, Ind. Automatic work feeding mechanism. 
2,.596,109, May 13. 

Abbott, Geoffrey J., Carshalton, assignor to Packers Sup- 
ply Company Limited, New Maiden, England. Strip 
tensioning apparatus. 2,622,844, Dec. 23. 

Abbott Hazel B., Washington, D, C. Copyholder and 
bookholder and line follower. 2,612,866, Oct. 7. 

Abbott, Henry G. : See — 

Breedlove, Harry B., and Abbott. 
Abbott, Inez M., assignee : See — 

Abbott, Charles W. 
Abbott. James C, Los Angeles, Calif. Carburetor testing 

machine. 2.597,274, May 20. 
Abbott, John H., South Gate, assignor to Utility Appliance 
Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif. Welding machine. 
2,620,420, Dec. 2. 
Abbott Laboratories, assignee : See — 
Fields, Mack R. 
Fricke. Howard H. 
Glenn. Howard J., and Horrom. 
Matson. Edward J., and Clemence. 
Moore, Marjorie B.. and Stainbrook. 
Ryan, George R., and McGrew. 
Schenck, Jay R., and Clark. 
Schubert, Maxwell. 
Weston, Arthur W. 
Younir, Howard H.. and Loper. 
Abbott, Maurice H., Chicago, 111. Disposable sandal of 

paper or the like. 2,614,341, Oct. 21. 
Abbott. Olney J., Jr. : See — 

Welte, Benedict, and Abbott. 
Abbott, Olney J., Jr., Detroit, assignor to Colonial Broach 
Company, Township of Warren. Mich. Universal oil 
filter mounting for hydraulic machine tools. 2,619,231, 
Nov. 25. 
Abbott, Paul D.. Blytheville. Ark. Insertable and remov- 
able shirt pocket. 2,604,627, July 29. 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



assignor to Wilton Top Corn- 
Textile combing. 2,602,194, 



Combined carrying and 
Thread separating. 



Abbott, Samuel L., Wilton, 
pany, Inc., Milford, N. H. 
July 8. 

Abbott, Samuel L., executor : See — 
Abbott, Edward J. 

Abbott, Scott M., Chicago, 111. 
studying case. 2,585,209, Feb. 12. 

Abbott, William G.. Jr., Wilton, N. H. 
2,620,546, Dec. 9. 

Abbott Worsted Mills. Incorporated, assignee : See — • 
Abbott, Edward J. 
Perry, Wintbrop L. 

Abdallab, Florence A. : See — 
Azdallali, Subrey and F. A. 

Abdallab, Subrey and F. A., Minneapolis, Minn. Automo- 
bile door safety latch. 2,595,436, May 6. 

Abeel, Alan C, Jr., Roselle, and H. J. Hibshman, Plain- 
field, N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development 
Company. Desulfurizing hydrocarbons with a mixture 
of ferric and chromic oxides. 2,581,061. Jan. 1. 

Abegg & Eeinhold Co., assignee : ;See — 
Abegg, Walter A. 
Spiri, Willy H. 

Abegg, Walter A., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Abegg & Reinhold Co., Los Angeles, Calif. Safety clamp 
for drill collars. 2,591,763, Apr. 8. 

Abel, Arthur B., Fairmont, Minn. Implement frame con- 
struction. 2,585,208, Feb. 12. 

Abel, Frederick : See — 

McNeill, Francis E., Grillot, and Abel. 

Abel, George G. : See — 

Swerdlow, Nathan, and Abel. 

Abel, James A., and P. W. Mercer, assignors of one-third 
to J. A. Mercer, Chattanooga, Tenn. Pie making ma- 
chine. 2,588,454, Mar. 11. 

Abel, Marcel, and J. Lecocq, La Courneuve, France. Soil 
injection means. 2,619,055, Nov. 25. 

Abel, Martin S., Walnut Creek, Calif. Syringe. 2,607,342, 
Aug. 19. 

Abel, Pietro, (Abeles), assignee: See — 
Nadai. Alessandro. 

Abel, Rodolfo, (Abeles), assignee: See — 
Nadai, Alessandro. 

Abell, Donald E., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Motor con- 
trol system. 2,586,284, Feb. 19. 

Abell, Frank, Inglewood, Calif. Apparatus for observing 
operating characteristics of moving elements. 2,602,324, 
July 8. 

Abell, Liese L., New York, N. Y., W. F. Bruce. Havertown, 
and J. Seifter, Willow Grove, assignors to Wyeth Incor- 
porated, Philadelphia, Pa. Tertiary butyl amines and 
their preparation. 2,590,079, Mar. 25. 

Abell, Rollin, Chatham, Mass. Engine driving mechanism. 
2,589,470, Mar. 18 

Abendroth, Guss F., Houston, Tex., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Standard Oil Development Company, 
Elizabeth, N. J. Well screen. 2,600,150, June 10. 

Abercrombie, Alexander V., Taunton, Mass., assignor to 
Crombie Corporation. Smoking pipe bit construction. 
2,605,771. Aug. 5. 

Abercrombie, Alexander V., Taunton, Mass. Pipe with 
smoke baffle. 2,599.31 0. June 3. 

Abercrombie, Charles W.. Bridgeport, Conn., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Karen Products, Inc., New York, 
N. Y. Pressure cooker relief valve. 2,592,992, Apr. 15. 

Aberle, Ernst, Lillehammer, Norway. Brush-making ma- 
chine. 2,612,409, Sept. 30. 

Aberle, Roy F.. assignor to Southworth Machine Company, 
Portland, Maine. Conveyer mechanism for printing 
presses. 2,594,704, Apr. 29. 

Aberle, Roy F.. assignor to Southworth Machine Com- 
pany, Portland, Maine. Control for stack supply and 
stack delivery for printing presses. 2,594,705, Apr. 29. 

Aberle, Ro.v F., assignor to Southworth Machine Company, 
Portland, Maine. Sheet jogging mechanism for printing 
presses. 2,595,437, May 6. 

Aberney Corporation, assignee : See — 
Berney, Harold J. 

Abildgaard, William H., assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Livestock Sprayer Mfg. Co., San Jose, Calif. Live- 
stock sprayer. 2,600,602. June 17. 

Abington Textile Machinery Works, assignee : See — 
Clark, Ernest. 

Able, Edward T. : See — 

Sweeney, John F., Able, and MacKay. 

Able, Edward T., and W. Krieger, assignors to B. K. 
Sweeney Mfg. Co., Denver, Colo. Socket wrench ex- 
tension. 2,600,177. June 10. 

Ablett, Charles A.. King's Lynn, England. Roller thrust 
bearing. 2,584.652, Feb. 5. 

Abney, William G., Drexel, Mo., assignor of forty per cent 
to S. J. Hruska. Paola, Kans. Adjustable tractor wheel 
mounting. 2,584,410, Feb. 5. 

Aboltin, Bernard, assignor to Mansfield Industries, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Film splicer. 2,611,723, Sept. 23. 

Abplanalp, Arthur, London, England. Oscillating toy. 
2,622,366, Dec. 23. 

Abraham, Clyde T. : See — 

Galbraith, William G., Williams, and Abraham. 

Abraham, Herbert, assignor to The Ruberoid Co., New 
York, N. Y. Production of high-temperature heat insu- 
lating material. 2,602,754, July 8. 



Abraham, Herbert, assignor to The Ruberoid Co., New 

York, N. Y. Shingle. 2,618,228, Nov. 18. 
Abraham, Lewis C, Auderghem-Brussels, Belgium. Scour- 
ing pad and manufacturing the same. 2,581,779, Jan. 8. 
Abrahamson, Aladar : See — 

Sors, Ivan, and Abrahamson. 
Abrahamson, Carl H. A., Stockholm Sweden. Remotely 

2,620,596, Dec. 9. 

Aurora, 
Follower 



111. 
for 



assignor 
card filin 



to All- 
; trays. 



Aurora, 111., assignor to All- 
Typewriter support for desks. 



controlled toy vehicle. 

Abrahamson, Charles M., 
Steel Equipment Inc. 
2,585,612, Feb. 12. 

Abrahamson, Charles M., 
Steel Equipment Inc. 
2,614,011, Oct. 14. 

Abrahamson, Edmund, Baldwin, N. Y. Magnetically op- 
erated game apparatus. 2,619,349, Nov. 25. 

Abramowitz, Irving : See — 

Picciano, Robert, and Abramowitz. 

Abramowski, Bruno, Hamburg-Bergedorf, Germanv. Ma- 
chine for wrapping cigarettes. 2,608,039, Aug. 26. 

Abrams. Harry. Philadelphia. Pa. Dispensing cap for col- 
lapsible tubes. 2,598,482, May 27. 

Abrams, Ruby K., assignor of one-half to R. E. McLeod, 
Tampa, Fla. Indicating and recording device. 
2,622,899, Dec. 23. 

Abrams, Stanley T. : See — 

Stress, Fred H., Abrams, and Moore. 

Abrams, Stanley T., and F. H. Stioss, Berkeley, assignors 
to Shell Development Company, San Francisco, Calif. 
Grease composition. 2,599,683, June 10. 

Abrams, Victor R., assignor to Geo. D. Roper Corporation, 
Rockford, 111. Gas burner and flame deflector. 
2,587,802, Mar. 4. 

Abrams Victor R., assignor to Geo. D. Roper Corporation, 
Rockford, 111. Gas burner with vertically spaced outlet 
slots. 2,621,722, Dec. 16. 

Abramsen, Finn B., Whitehall, Pa. Knif« sharpener. 
2,605,595, Aug. 5. 

Abramson, Paul T., assignor of one-third to T. H. Abram- 
son and one-third to C. A. Carlson, Rockford, 111. Truck 
dolly and jack. 2,600,720, June 17. 

Abramson, Thomas H., assignee : See — 
Abramson, Paul T. 

Abrecht, James W. : See — 
Abrecht, Rudy and J. W. 

Abrecht, Rudy, Sacramento, and J. W. Abrecht, Whittier, 
Calif. Striking element for golf club practice. 
2,606,027, Aug,^ 5. 

Abresch, Carel F., assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Dayton, Ohio. Fluid control apparatus. 2,587,080, 
Feb. 26. 

Abreu, Henry J., assignor of one-half to A. O. Dupuy, New- 
burgh, N. Y. Brick unit form. 2,593,954, Apr. 22. 

Abrey, John. Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii. Fishing 
gear. 2,605,570, Aug. 5. 

Abruscato, Blaise, Ozone Park, N. Y. Dough kneader. 
2,620,754, Dec. 9. 

Absher, Henry J., IPhoenix, Ariz. Layout spacer or instru- 
ment. 2,589,525, Mar. 18. 

Acard, David, Brooklyn, N. Y. Bottle cap lifter with 
pivoted arms. 2,599,968, June 10. 

Acco Mfg. Co., Inc., assignee : See — 
Corbi, Alfred. 

Ace Carton Corporation, assignee : See — 
Eaton, Wilfred A. 
Eaton, Wilfred A., and Sanford. 
Casler, Roger H. 

Aceves, Julius G. : See — ■ 

Amy, Ernest V., and Aceves. 

Achenbach, John C, Haddonfield, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Tunable band pass amplifier 
for television. 2,581,159, Jan. 1. 

Achenbach, John C, Collingswood, N. J. S. I. Tourshou, 
Philadelphia, Pa., and D. Mackey, Haddon Heights, 
N. J., assignors to Radio Corporation of America. Band 
pass amplifier. 2,585,717, Feb. 12. 

-Ichilli, Joseph : See — 

Bronson, Gail M., Sr., and Achilli. 

Acieries Reunies de Burbach-Eich-Dudelange Societe 
Anonyme, assignee : See — 
Schaack, August. 

Ackell, Joseph J., Bellaire, N. Y., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Dow Jones & Company, Inc., Wilmington, 
Del. Apparatus for applying designs to surfaces. 
2,601,356, June 24. 

Ackell, Joseph J., Bellaire, and H. L. Paulding, Port Wash- 
ington, N. Y., assignors to Dow Jones & Company, Inc., 
Wilmington, Del. Recording and accounting appara- 
tus. 2,600 9."2. .Tnne 17. 

Ackell, Joseph J., Bellaire, and H. L. Paulding, Port Wash- 
ington, N. Y., assignors to Dow Jones & Company, Inc., 
Wilmington, Del. Postage printer for address printing 
machines. 2,622,514, Dec. 23. 

Ackemann, Harold E., Elgin, HI., assignor to Hotpoint 
Inc. Illuminated backsplasher for electric ranges. 
2,609,476, Sept. 2. 

Acker, Bruce O., Jr., Bessemer, Ala. Excavating appa- 
ratus. 2,606,013, Aug. 5. 

Acker, George H., Shaker Heights, assignor to The Farval 
Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. Lubricating mechanism. 
2,600,178, .Tune 10. 

Acker, William L., Jr., Scranton, Pa. Rotary earth drill 
with fluid pressure feed. 2,598,203, May 27. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



Ackerlind, Erik, Santa Monica, assignor to Northrop Air- 
craft, Inc., Hawthorne, Calif. Electrooptical pulse 
generator. 2,580,498. Jan. 1. 

Ackerman, Arthur, New Eochelle, N. Y. Bag-filling device 
with vibratable bag support. 2,622,780, Dec. 23. 

Ackerman, Carl L., Mount Healthy, assignor to Avco 
Manufacturing Corporation, Cincinnati, Ohio. Televi- 
sion picture window construction. 2,618,695, Nov. 18. 

Ackerman, Charles, Hackensack, N. J. Safety razor. 
2,614,321, Oct. 21. 

Ackerman, Dolletta M., Los Angeles, Calif. Hair tonic and 
curling fluid dispensing comb. 2,601.858, July 1. 

Ackerman, Dolletta M., Los Angeles, Calif. Massaging 
equipment. 2,619,278, Nov. 25. 

Ackerman, Harold B., Jr., Brooklyn, and B. C. Culbertson, 
New York. N. Y. Rainwear. 2,620,477, Dec. 9. 

Ackerman, Harry, Eeinbeck, Iowa. Wire tying tool. 
2,623,424, Dec. 30. 

Ackerman, Howard B., Rockville Centre, N. Y. Rotary 
electromagnetic positioning device. 2,611,799, Sept. 23. 

Ackerman, Morris, New York, N. Y. Fountain toothbrush. 
2,592,099, Apr. 8. 

Ackermann, Edward H., Milwaukee, Wis. Air distributing 
nozzle. 2,606,074, Aug. 5. 

Ackermann, Franz, Binningen, assignor to Ciba, Lim- 
ited, Basel, Switzerland. Amino-coumarin-sulfonates. 
2,600,375, June 17. 

Ackermann, Franz, Binningen, Switzerland, assignor to 
Ciba Limited. Detergent compositions containing am- 
inocoumarins. 2,610,152, Sept. 9. 

Ackermann, Franz, Binningen, and J. Meyer, Basel, Switz- 
erland, assignors to Ciba Limited. Detergent composi- 
tion containing diimidazoles. 2,604,454, July 22. 

Ackermann, Frederick : See — 

Van Tuyl, Thomas, and Ackermann. 

Ackermann, Joseph A., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Elwell-Parker Electric Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Pump and motor hydraulic system and electrical control 
circuits therefor. 2,611,246, Sept. 23. 

Ackermann, Otto, Irwin, assignor to Westin^house Elec- 
tric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Lightning ar- 
rester. 2,586,285. Feb. 19. 

Ackermann, Otto, Irwin, assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Lightning ar- 
rester. 2,593,955, Apr. 22. 

Ackermans, John W. J., Detroit. Mich. Let-down type 
automobile top. 2.596,355, May 13. 

Ackermans, John W. J., Detroit, Mich. Door and window 
structure for convertible bodies. 2,596,356, May 13. 

Ackley, Ervin L. : Sec — 

Bath John C. and Ackley. 

Ackley, Harry A., Sewickley, Pa., and R. N. Perkins, 
Omaha, Nebr. Upflow pressure diatomite filtering ap- 
paratus. 2,600,458, June 17. 

Ackley, Ralph W., Minneapolis, Minn. Means for iso- 
lating teeth from moisture during dental operations. 
2,623,284, Dec. 30. 

Ackley, Raymond E., Evanston, assignor to W. F. Hall 
Printing Company, Chicago, 111. Gluing device. 
2.615,422, Oct. 28. 

Ackley, Warren C, assignee : See — 
Arnold, Junior K. 

Acklin Stamping Company. The, assignee : See — 
McCormick, Charles E. 

Ackroyd. Archie M., New Hope, Pa., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Valve for compressed 
acetylene. 2,592.371. Apr. 8. 

Ackroyd, Norvik : See — 

Taylor, Arthur W. C, and Ackroyd. 

Acme Aluminum Alloys, Inc., assignee : See — 
Cooper, Hugh S. 

Acme Electric Corporation, assignee : See — 
Havasi, Emil A. 

Acme Scientific Company, assignee : See — 
Dauber, Joseph. 

Acme Shear Company, assignee : See — - 
Lincoln, Alden A. 
Wheeler, Henry C. 

Acme Sheet Metal Works, assignee : See — 
Suhr, Herman W. 

Acme Slide Fastener Co. Ltd., assignee : See — ■ 
Yafee. Eli A. 

Acme Steel Company, assignee : See — 
Crim, Elmo P. 
MacChesney. Chester M. 
Stanius. Godfrey. 

Acme Venetian Blind Company, assignee : See — 

Schaefer, Edward E. 
Acme Visible Records, Inc., assignee : See — 

Hall, Marchand B. 
Acocello, Domenick, Los Angeles, Calif. Door latch. 

2.596.003, May 6. 
Aero Manufacturing Co., The, assignee : See — 

Jacobs. Philip C, Jr. 

Acrotorque Company, The, assignee : See — 

Orshansky, Elias, Jr.. Southack, and Kahn. 

Acrow (Engineers) Limited, assignee : See — 
Hobbs, Archibald A. 



2,582,896, 



Tractor operated dump 

Implement control for 
2,611,305, Sept. 23. 
Pa. Latch. 2,587,582, 



assignor to Oriental 
Button loop forming 



Truck unloading ap- 
Grizzard, and F. R. 



Actiengesellschaft Joh. Jacob Rieter & Cie, assignee : 
See — 

Hoffmann, Walter. . 
Just. Christian. 
Naegeli, Werner. 
Strassler, Karl. 
Wildbolz, Rudolf. 

Action Buffs, Inc., assignee : See — 
Seelenfreund, Louis M. 

Acton, Russel D., Chicago, 111. Hydraulic lift. 
Jan. 15. 

Acton. Russel D.. Chicago, 111. 
rake. 2,592,841, Apr. 15. 

Acton, Russel D., Chicago, 111.' 
tractor-connected implements. 

Acuazzo, Vito J., Philadelphia, 
Mar. 4. 

Acumuladores Vulcania S. A., assignee : See — 
Viarengo, Joao P. 

Acu-Rule Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 
Boos, Wilfred J. 

Adair, Adolphus G., Fort Worth, Tex. Wheel adaptable to 
different hubs. 2,590,363, Mar. 25. 

Adair, Keith M., Eugene, Oreg. Two-way liquid seal trap. 
2,605,015, July 29. 

Adair, William L. : See — 

Alderson, Ernest A., and Adair. 

Adam, Robert G. S., London, England. Soil block molding 
machine. 2,616,144, Nov. 4. 

Adamo. Fiorentino, Providence. R. I., 
Glass & Novelty Company, Inc. 
mechanism. 2,593.083, Apr. 15. 

Adams, A. H. S., assignee : See — 
Rubinoff, Abraham L. 

Adams, Arthur L., Ensenada, P. R. 
paratus. 2,603.306. July 15. 

Adams, Arthur R., Glendale, E. D. 

Collar, Los Angeles, assignors to Adams Rite Manufac- 
turing Company, Glendale, Calif. Flush handle type 
trailer door lock. 2,622,430, Dec. 23. 

Adams, Basil A. : See — 

Walsh, Conrad L., and Adams. 

Adams, Berne C, Mehoopany, Pa. Hay drying machine. 
2,593,401, Apr. 22. 

Adams. Bruce I'.. Wilmette. assignor to Pelouze Manufac- 
turing Company, Evanston, 111. Scale structure. 
2,593.237, Apr. 15. 

Adams, Bruce P., Evanston, J. Palma, Jr., Berwyn, and 
J. G. Knapp, Lombard, assignors to Pelouze Manufac- 
turing Company, Evanston, 111. Ripper for seams or 
the like. 2,610,399, Sept. 16. 

Adams, Cecil E.. assignor to The Denison Engineering 
Qompany, Columbus, Ohio. Valve construction. 
2.608,376, Aug. 26. 

Adams, Cecil E., assignor to The Denison Engineering 
Company, Columbus, Ohio. Apparatus for forming 
ceramic articles. 2,618,833, Nov. 25. 

Adams, Cecil E., assignor to The Denison Engineering 
Company, Columbus, Ohio. Hydraulic apparatus. 
2,618,933, Nov. 25. 

Adams, Cecil E., assignor to The Denison Engineering 
Company, Columbus. Ohio. Control valve for hydraulic 
apparatus. 2,619,118. Nov. 25. 

Adams, Charles A., Davenport, Iowa. Ball bearing. 
2,614,898, Oct. 21. 

Adams, Charles A., Monticello, N. Y. Horizontal gyratory 
roll crusher. 2,582,734, Jan. 15. 

Adams, Charles C. New York, assignor to Davis & Geek, 
Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Flexible suture tube package with 
embedded tear string. 2,611,483, Sept. 23. 

Adams, Chester E., Highland, Ind., W. A. Proell and E. G. 
Ballweber, assignors to Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 
111. Alkylation process. 2.585,983. Feb. 19. 

Adams. Chester E., Highland, Ind., and R. A. Dinerstein, 
assignors to Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Frac- 
tionation of organic compounds bv adduct formation. 
2,588,602. Mar. 11. 

Adams, Clarence R., Montrose. R. C. Sherwood. West 
Hollywood, and B. D. Mouron, San Marino, Calif., as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to said Sherwood and 
said Mouron. Accelerator brake control. 2,610,710, 
Sept. 16. 

Adams, Clark E., and C. N. Kimberlin, Jr., Baton Rouge. 
La., assignors to Standard Oil Development Compan}\ 
Reforming naphtha with activated carbon catalyst. 
2.587,425. Feb. 26. 

Adams. Clark W.. assignee : See — 
Whitlock, William R. 

Adams, Clifford B.. and F. E. Wallin, assignors to National 
Reiectors. Inc., St. Louis, Mo. Change maker and cir- 
cuit therefor. 2,585,718, Feb. 12. 

Adams, Clyde S., Yellow Springs, assignor to The National 
Cash Register Company. Dayton. Ohio. 4-dialkylamino- 
phthalic anhydride. 2.597.965, May 27. 

Adams, Clyde S., Yellow Springs, assignor to The National 
Cash Register Company, Dayton, Ohio. Educational 
device. 2,618,866, Nov. '25. 

Adams Corporation. Korn Kurls Division, assignee : See — 
Heigl. Cyrus H. 

Adams, David H., Whitinsville. Mass. Window cleaning 
and the like device. 2,590.913, Apr. 1. 

Adams, Dennis A. W., and G. Fawthrop, Blackley, Man- 
chester, England, assignors to Imperial Chemical Indus- 
tries Limited. Pyrazolopyridines. 2,584,314, Feb. 5. 



INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Adams, Edgar W., Jr., Fair Lawn, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New iork, N, Y, 
Decoder for pulse code modulation receivers. 2,592,228, 
Apr. 8. 

Adams, Eli J., Rogersville, Mo. Hydraulic lift. 2,591,489, 
Apr. 1. 

Adams, Eli J.. Rogersville, Mo. Loading and unloading 
device. 2.592,993. Apr. 15. 

Adams, Eli J., Springfield, Mo. Hydraulic hoist. 
2,615,584, Oct. 28. 

Adams, Florence C. : See — 

Adams, Thomas J. and F. C. 

Adams, Francis V. : ^'ee^ 

Brand, Samuel, and Adams. 

Adams, Frank, Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to Bendix Avia- 
tion Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Hydraulic pressure 
power device. 2,587,803, Mar. 4. 

Adams, Frank H. and W. P., Shaker Heights, Ohio. 
Apparatus for nebulizing. 2,605,764, Aug. 5. 

Adams, Frederic H.. Bound Brook. N. J., assignor to Amer- 
ican Cyanamid Company. New York, N. Y. Pigments 
from 2-chloro-5-aminoethylbenzene-4-sulfonic acid and 
beta naphthol. 2.598.483. May 27. 

Adams, Frederick J., Philadelphia, Pa. Combination chum 
pot, bottom sounder, and bait bucket. 2,614,358, Oct. 21. 

Adams. George P., Baltimore, Md.. assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Runout detector for filament handling apparatus. 
2,580,387, Jan. 1. 

Adams. Grover E., Vermont, 111. Loading and unloading 
unit for lift trucks. 2..595,320. May 6. 

Adams, Harold A., Isabella, Calif., assignor to Latent 
Energy Motor Corporation. Magnetic impulse motor. 
2,623,187, Dec. 23. 

Adams, Harold B.. Mission, Kans., and M. C. Peters, Salt 
Lake City, Utah. Variable volume pump. 2,581,160, 
Jan. 1. 

Adams, Harold E.. Norwalk, assignor to Nash Engineering 
Company, South Norwalk, Conn. Pump. 2,581,828, 
Jan. 8. 

Adams, Harold E., Norwalk, assignor to Nash Engineering 
Company, South Norwalk, Conn. Bearing seal assembly. 
2,598,484. May 27. 

Adams, Harry D., AUston, assignor to J. D. Ramsey, Water- 
town, Mass., in trust. Method and apparatus for making 
knitted fabrics. 2,590,914. Apr. 1. 

Adams, Ida N., administratrix : ^ee — 
Adams, John W. 

Adams, Isaac C, assignee : See — 
Hamby. Walter W. 

Adams, Ivan R., Columbus, Ohio. Circular saw with ad- 
.iiistable arbor-receiving openings. 2,600,459, June 17. 

Adams, James, Jr., assignor to Raybestos-Manhattan, Inc., 
Passaic, N. J. Making flexible power transmission belts. 
2,620,016, Dec. 2. 

Adams, James F., St. Louis, R. L. Bauer, Brentwood, and 
G. E. Taylor, assignors to Monsanto Chemical Company, 
St. Louis, Mo. Apparatus for conditioning high tem- 
perature chemical fusion reactions and operations. 
2,610,109, Sept. 9. 

Adams, James L., Euclid, Ohio. Iron holder. 2,603,438, 
July 15. 

Adams. James S., Long Beach, and P. E. Wilson, Tujunga, 
Calif. Device for separating oil from water. 2,598,746, 
June 3. 

Adams, James W. : See — 

Leukhardt, William H., Jr., and Adams. 

Adams, James W., Seymour, Conn., assignor to United 
States Rubber Company, New York. N. Y. Coagulation 
of synthetic rubber latices. 2,607,753, Aug. 19. 

Adams, James W., Oxford, and J. A. Reynolds, Naugatuck, 
Conn., assignors to United States Rubber Company, 
New York, N. Y. Shortstopping of butadiene-1,3 emul- 
sion polymerization. 2,616,875, Nov. 4. 

Adams, Joe R., Cookeville, Tenn. Helmet with face guard- 
ing means. 2,611,897, Sept. 30. 

Adams. John M., Atlanta, Ga. Cigarette lighter. 
2,580,499, Jan. 1. 

Adams, John M., Atlanta, Ga. Slitted resilient closure 
for containers. 2,585,527, Feb. 12. 

Adams, John M., Atlanta, Ga., assignor to J. R. Gammeter, 
Akron, Ohio. Article-dispensing package. 2,619,226, 
Nov. 25. 

Adams, John Q. : See — ■ 

Kyle, Joseph H., Adams, and Brunner. 
Adams, John R., Jr. : See — 

Salvin. Victor S., and Adams. 
Adams, John W., Bradley Beach, N. J. Coil packaging. 

2,596,970, M.ay 20. 
Adams, John W., deceased ; by I. N. Adams, administratrix, 
Bridgeport, Conn. Tool press and operating means 
therefor. 2,602,507, July 8. 
Adams, Kenneth H. : See — 

Doelling. George L.. and Adams. 
Adams, Leo B., Muskogee, Okla. Cotton sample wrapping 

table. 2,603,926, July 22. 
Adams, L. S.. Engineering, Inc., assignee : See — 

Smith. Edward W. 
Adams. Loyd : See — 

Stupin, Peter J., and Adams. 
Adams, Loyd H., Waverly, Iowa. Road maintenance ma- 
chine. 2,611,598, .Sept. 23. 
Adams, Marjory, Laguna Beach, Calif. Portable protec- 
tive screen and carrier therefor. 2,615,459, Oct. 28. 



Adams, Merrill L., Modesto, Calif. Irrigation signal de- 
vice. 2.591,037, Apr. 1. 
Adams, Orlando P., McKeesport, Pa., and R. G. Mayer, 
Hendersonville, N. C, assignors to United States Steel 
Company. Internal pipe aligning clamp. 2,615,413, 
Oct. 28. 
Adams, Orlando P., McKeesport, Pa., and R. G. Mayer, 
Hendersonville, N. C, assignors to United States Steel 
Company. Internal pipe aligning clamp. 2,615,414, 
Oct. 28. 
Adams, Paul R. : See — 

Busignies, Henri G., and Adams. 
Deloraine, Edmond M., and Adams. 
Adams, Paul R., Cranford, N. J., assignor to Federal Tele- 
phone and Radio Corporation. New York, N. Y. Cath- 
ode-ray tube screen tilter. 2,590,080, Mar. 25. 
Adams, Pauline R. : See — 

Shearer, Rose M., and Adams. 
Adams, Philip N., Compton, Calif. Stabilized pipe repair 

clamp. 2,599,882, June 10. 
Adams, Pierrepont : See — 

Thurston, Jack T.. and Adams. 
Adams, Richard C. : See — 

Shanklin, Dunbar L., and Adams. 
Adams Rite Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 
Adams, Arthur R., Grizzard, and Collar. 
Grizzard, Earle D., Colar, and Mitchell. 
Adams, Robert J. : See — 

Guarino, Pasquale A., Adams, Fraumann, and Dobler. 
Adams, Robert J„ Washington, D. C, and L. R. Dobler, 
U. S. Navy. Cfapacitive rotatable coupler. 2,602,118, 
July 1. 
Adams, Robert R., and R. D. Wortendyke, assignors to 
The Cincinnati Milling Machine Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Tracer valve mechanism with dashpot. 2,620,823, 
Dec. 9. 
Adams, Robert T., Chatham, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Appa- 
ratus for feeding and distributing electrical cordage. 
2,598,485, May 27. 
Adams, Robert T., Chatham, N. J., and J. A. Wagner, 
Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignors to Western Electric 
Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for 
advancing electrical cordage. 2,613,426, Oct. 14. 
Adams, Robert T., Chatham, N. J., and J. A. Wagner, 
Cleveland Heights, Ohio, assignors to Western Electric 
Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Article form- 
ing apparatus. 2,613,427, Oct. 14. 
Adams, Robert W., and C. L. Taylor, Wheatridge, Colo. 
Switch device for Christmas tree lights. 2,611,065, 
Sept. 16. 
Adams, Spencer M. : See — 

Clark. James R.. and Adams. 
Adams, Stephen J., Swoyersville Borough, Luzerne County, 
assignor of one-half to A. J. Kane. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. 
Adjustable cardholder support. 2,584,179, Feb. 5. 
Adams, Thomas J. and F. C, Willow Grove, Pa. Colos- 
tomy belt. 2,618,265, Nov. 18. 
Adams, Wallace A., Petaluma, Calif. Folding box. 

2,588,455, Mar. 11. 
Adams, William B., assignor of one-third to G. Hallmarlc 
and one-third to Oliver K. K. Nelson, Turlock, Calif. 
Gate latch. 2,609,223, Sept. 2. 
Adams. William J., assignee : See — 

Albright. John C. 
Adams, William J., Jr., Grafton, and D. E. Fischer, Cedar 
Grove, Wis., assignors to Food Machinery and Chemical 
Corporation, San Jose, Calif. Snowplow construction. 
2,590,143, Mar. 25. 
Adams. William P. : See — 

Adams, Frank H. and W. P. 
Adamson, Frank M. : See — 

Cadwell, Clarence J., and Adamson. 
Adamson, Robert E. : See — 

Capp. Prank M., and Adamson. 
Adamson United Company, assignee : See — 

Austin, Russell A. 
Adas, Thomas L., Chicago, 111. Bobby pin reconditioning 

device. 2,590,364, Mar. 25. 
Adcock, MacDonald : jSee — 

Marston, Arthur E., and Adcock. 
Adcock, Mack D. : See — 

Marston, Arthur E., and Adcock. 
Addison, Edward C, Westville, N. J., assignor to Beau- 
mont Birch Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Ash handling 
apparatus. 2,617,690, Nov. 11. 
Addlesburger, Rov T.. McKees Rocks, Pa. Flush tank 

deodorizer. 2,620,486. Dec. 9. 
Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation, assignee : See — 
Benes, Caspar P. 
Bernhag, Carl R. 
Comegys, Courtney L., and Haig. 
Davis, Fred H. 
Gollwitzer, Walter T. 
Gollwitzer, Walter T., and Brewster. 
Gruver, John H. 
Hueber, Carl J. 
Morse. Lawrence H. 
Nau, Wilmer H. 
Seward, Percy R. 
Smith. Clyde. 
Adel Precision Products Corp., assignee : See — 
Oliver, Wilbur C. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



Adelaar, Hans H. : See — 

Den Hertog, Martinus, and Adelaar. 

Adelman, Robert L., Niagara Falls, N. T., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Production of acetals. 2,586,139, Feb. 19. 

Adelson, David E. : ISee — 

Evans, Theodore W., Adelson, and Whitehill. 

Adelson, David E., Berljeley, assignor to Shell Develop- 
ment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Nitrogen-con- 
taining organic compounds and their preparation. 
2,599,737, June 10. 

Adelson, David E., and H. Dannenberg, Berkeley, assignors 
to Shell Development Company, San Francisco, Calif. 
Polymers of allyl alkyl carbonates. 2,595,214, May 6. 

Adelson, David E., Berkeley, and R. G. Larsen, Albany, 
assignors to Shell Development Company, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. Lubricating composition containing the 
reaction product of biuret and aliphatic esters of hy- 
droxy acids. 2.599,736, June 10. 

Adelson, David E. Berlteley, and T. W. Evans, Oakland, 
assignors to Shell Development Company, San Francisco, 
Calif. Separating the azeotropic mixture of allyl 
alcohol and allyl acetate. 2,605.216, July 29. 

Adelson, Samuel L., assignor to Infllco Incorporated, Tuc- 
son, Ariz. Telemetric transmitter. 2,623,112, Dec. 23. 

Aden, Clarence E., Adams, Nebr. Toggle-actuated pivoted 
javsf vfrench. 2,587,673, Mar. 4. 

Aden, Clarence E., Adams, Nebr. Toggle-actuated, piv- 
oted jaw wrench. 2,605,663. Aug. 5. 

Aden, Wilbur, Golden, 111. Rolled wire attachment for 
vehicles. 2,616,636, Nov. 4. 

Ader. Andre, assignee : See — 
Lacoste, Paul C. 

Adessa, Dorothy R. : See — 

Finlay. Walter L., and Adessa. 

Adey, Stanworth W., and F. W. B. Porter, Sunbury on 
Thames, assignors to Anglo-Iranian Oil Company Lim- 
ited, London, England. Catalytic desulfurization of 
petroleum hydrocarbons. 2,604,436, July 22. 

Adhesive Development Co., assignee : See — 
Thiene, Carl G., and Avery. 

Adkins, John M. : See — 

Vacquier, Victor V., and Adkins. 

Adlake Company, The, assignee : ^ee — 
Pressnall, Charles A. 

Adler, Alphons, New York, N. Y. Stock recording system. 
2.592,100, Apr. 8. 

Adler, Andrg, and R., Paris, France. Feeding and cutting 
means for forming fasteners. 2,593,715, Apr. 22. 

Adler, Bernard, Haddon Heights. N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Energy storage counter. 
2,619,618, Nov. 25. 

Adler, Charles, Jr., Baltimore, Md. Aircraft position lamp 
for pro.1ecting a full circle high Intensity light spread. 
2,605,384, July 29. 

Adler, Estelle, New York, N. Y. Suction applying thera- 
peutic apparatus. 2,597,966, May 27. 

Adler, Herman G., Detroit, assignor to Novi Equipment 
Company, Novi, Mich. Speed responsive device with 
modifier. 2,598,960, June 3. 

Adler, Herman G., Detroit, assignor to Nov! Equipment 
Company, Novi, Mich. Governor for internal-combus- 
tion engines. 2,603,472. July 15. 

Adler, Julius, Chicago, 111. Producing random color pat- 
terns. 2,615,270, Oct. 28. 

Adler, Lee E., Dallas, Tex. Control system for carrier tele- 
communication circuits. 2,590,746, Mar. 25. 

Adler, Leon, H. A. Reinhardt and E. E. Ponath, assignors 
to Dyestuffs and Chemicals, Inc., St. Louis, Mo. Butter 
coloring tablet and coloring butter. 2,600,381, June 17. 

Adler, Richard W. : See — 

Rosenthal. Daniel, Adler, and Nathan. 

Adler Robert : See — 

Adler, Andre and R. 

Adler, Robert, assignor to Consolidated Electric Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Translating apparatus and follow- 
up system. 2,583,535, Jan. 29, 

Adler, Robert, assignor to Consolidated Electric Company, 
Chicago, 111. Follow-up apparatus and system. 
2,583,720, Jan. 29. 

Adler, Robert, Chicago, 111., assignor to Zenith Radio 
Corporation. Electron discharge device. 2,606,300, 
Aug. 5. 

Adler, Robert. Chicago, 111., assignor to Zenith Radio Cor- 
poration. Electron discharge device. 2,611,879, Sept. 
23. 

Adler, Robert. Chicago, 111., assignor to Zenith Radio Cor- 
poration. Deflection control electron discharge device. 
2,615,142, Oct. 21. 

Adler, Robert, Chicago, 111., assignor to Zenith Radio 
Converter. 2,616,033. Oct. 28. 
Chicago, 111., assignor to Zenith Radio 
Radio receiving apparatus. 2,616,034, 



Corporation. 
Adler, Robert, 

Corporation. 

Oct. 28. 
Adler, Robert, 

Corporation. 

Oct. 28. 



Chicago, 111., assignor to Zenith Radio 
Signal translating apparatus. 2,616,036, 



Adler, Robert, assignor to Consolidated Electric Companv, 
Chicago. 111. Follow-up apparatus and svsterii. 
2,623.943, Dec. 30. 

Adler, Robert, and J. G. Spracklen, Chicago, 111., assignors 
to Zenith Radio Corporation. Radio receiver employing 
a single tube amplifier-converter. 2,616,035, Oct. 28. 



Admiral Corporation, assignee : See — • 

Aylor, Elmo E. 

Bleam, Howard A., Singleman, and Miller. 

Burrise, Andrew H. 

Fields, George. 

Iwashita, George K. 

Morton, Evans T. 

Morton, Evans T., and Geever. 

Morton, Evans T., and Heidenblut. 

Redfield, George E. 

Tarantur, Sam, and Harrigan. 
Adney, Thomas H. L., assignee : See — 

Austen-Walton, John I. 
Adolfson, George S., Jersey City, N. J. Clearance indicat- 
ing arm. 2,584,777, Feb. 5. 
Adollte Mfg., Inc., assignee : See — 

O'Gorman, William F. 
Adrema Limited, assignee : See — 

Sanderson, Thomas E. F. 
Adrema Maschinenbau G. m. b. H., assignee : See — 

Ostwaldt, Erich. 
Adrian, Joseph, assignor to Super Speed Printing Ma- 
chinery, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Paper drilling machine 
or the like. 2,595,438, May 6. 
Adrien, Edmond J., Lynn, Mass. Resilient toolholder. 

2.596.1] 0, May 13. 
Advance Products Co., assignee : See — 

Stuart, Homer B. 
Advance Solvents & Chemical Corporation, assignee : 
See — 

Mack, Gerry P. 

Mack, Gerry P.. and Parker. 
Advertising Metal Display Co., assignee : See — 

Ellerson, EliN. 
Aeberhard, Rudolf, Bern, Switzerland. Indicating device 

for periodical measurings. 2,584,778, Feb. 5. 
Aelion, Ren6, Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to Organico, Paris, 
France. Synthetic polymers from hydroxy amino 
acids. 2.600,953, .Tune 17. 
Aelony, David, Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to General 
Mills, Inc. Surface coating material. 2,608,538, Aug. 
26. 
Aeolian-Skinner Organ Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Harrison, John M. 
Aeppli, Albert, assignor to Maag-Zahnrader und-Maschinen 
Aktiengesellschaft, Zurich, Switzerland. Apparatus for 
testing gear teeth. 2,585,528. Feb. 12. 
Aeresol Corporation of America, assignee : See — 

Dautrebande, Lucien A. J. 
Aerick. Calven. Los Angeles. Calif. Treatment mask. 

2,591,992, Apr. 8. 
Aero Supply Mfg. Co., Inc., assignee : See — 

Downey. George T. 

Suska. Charles R. 
Aerocem Limited, assignee : See — 

Mollo, Eugene. 
Aero.let Engineering Corporation, assignee : See — • 

Plaut. Herman. 
Aerol Co., Inc., assignee : See — • 

Gaines, Frank E. 
Aeroquip Corporation, assignee : See — 

Merriman, Henry H. 
Aerosol Corporation of America, assignee : See — 

Dautrebande, Lucien. 
Aerotec Corporation, The, assignee : See — 

Meiean. J.icoues G. 

Pegg, Edward H. R., and Ross. 
Aerovox Corporation, assignee : See — 

Kahn, Loui.<!. 
Aero Zipp Fasteners Limited, assignee : See — 

Backer, Joachim. 

Aeschlimann, Ernst : See — 

Humfeld, Harry, Aeschlimann, and Hoffman. 
Aeschlimann, Hans, assignor to Societe Anonyme des 
Ateliers de Secheron, Geneva, Switzerland. Converter. 
2,617,975. Nov. 11. 
Aetna-Standard Engineering Company, The, assignee : 
See — 

Matteson. Elwin A. 
Rodder, William. 

Rodder, William, Strock, and Heym. 
Snvder, Perrv G.. and Gordon. 
Strock, Donald V. 
Afco-Lite Corporation, assignee : See — 

Rusnak, William, and Stoll. 
Affel. Herman A., Jr.. assignor to Philco Corporation, 
Philadelphia. Pa. Electromagnetic wave transmissive 
structure. 2.607,009. Aug. 12. 
Affel, Herman A., and J. B. Slaggio. Summit, N. J., assign- 
ors to Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated, New 
York, N. Y. Television converter system. 2,608,617, 
Aug. 26. 
Affiliated Gas Equipment, Inc., assignee : See — 
Buck. Robert M. 

Campbell. Donald A., and Buck. 
Cartter, William G. 
Horn. Artemus J. 
Teller, William R. 
Affleck, Theodore H., North Hollywood, assignor to Homer 
T. Scale, Inc., Los Angeles, Calif. Relay emergency air 
brake valve. 2,586,196, Feb. 19. 
Africano, Alfred : See — 

Bradford, Eliot B., Africano, and Hickman. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Africano, Alfred, Weehawken, N. J., assignor to the United 
States of America as represented by the Secretary of 
War. Rotating nozzle for rockets. 2,611,317, Sept. 23. 
Agapetus, Napoleon A., Port Neches, K. R. Reese, Austin, 
Tex., and L. P. Scoville, Crestwood, assignors to Jefifer- 
son Chemical Company, Inc., New York. N. Y. Purifica- 
tion of crude ethylene dichloride. 2,589,212, Mar. 18. 
Agar, Kenneth C, Ann Arbor, assignor to Clinton Machine 
Company, Clinton, Mich. Fuel and air mixing device. 
2,618,474, Nov. 18. 
Agerton, Joseph T., Upper Montclair, N. J., assignor to 
American Can Company, Nev^ York, N. Y. Sifter top 
container with rotatable closure for covering and un- 
covering sifter openings therein. 2,605,027, July 29. 
Aget Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 

Gilmore, Harry L. 
Aggen, Alvin F., Camarillo, Calif. Apparatus for thinning 
plants and killing extraneous vegetation. 2,587,950, 
Mar. 4. 
Agin, Julius, Bergenfield, N. J., assignor to P. O. Stewart, 
Bronxville, N. Y. Tachometer device. 2,598,874, 
June 3. 
Agin, Julius, Bergenfield, N. J., assignor to Patterson O. 
Stewart, Bronxville, N. Y. Testing device for voltage 
and current regulators. 2,611,806, Sept. 23. 
Agin, Julius, River Edge, N. J., assignor to P. O. Stewart, 
Bronxville, N. Y. Flow measuring device. 2,619,076, 
Nov. 25. 
Agins, George : See — 

Davis. Arthur P., and Agins. 
Agnew, Robert J., Pawling, assignor to The Texas Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Polyester copolymers. 2,584,315, 
Feb. 5. 
Agnew, Robert J., Pawling, assignor to The Texas Com- 
pany, New York. N. Y. Copolymers of diallyl endometh- 
ylene tetrahydrophthalate and an unsaturated mixed 
polyester. 2,584,316, Feb. 5. 
Agnew, Robert J., Pawling, assignor to The Texas Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Copolymers of polyesters and 
conjugated dienes. 2,595,625, May 6. 
Agnifilo, Vincent : See — 

Robinson. Jerome A., and Agnifilo. 
Agombar, Arthur B. : See — 

Agombar, Edward D. and A. B. 
Agombar, Edward D. and A. B., Fort William. Ontario, 

Canada. Nonslip ladder base. 2,623,679, Dec. 30. 
Agrashell, Inc., assignee : See — 

Ayers, Joseph W. 
Agriculture, United States of America as represented by 
the Secretary of, assignee : See — 

Alexander, Kliem, and Schniepp. 

Altschul. Aaron M., and Castillon. 

Altschul, Aaron M., Condon, and Lambou. 

Ault, Waldo C, Nutting, and Weil. 

Babcock, Glen E., Johnsen. and Smith. 

Beckel, Arthur C, and Cowan. 

Beckel, Arthur C. Cowan and Belter. 

Benedict, Robert G., and Stodola. 

Blom, Russell H., Sohns, and Moyer. 

Burr, Horace K., and Bailey. 

Busby. Hibbard S., and Ward. 

Campbell, Tod W., and Coppinger. 

Carson, John F. 

Clark, Frederick B. 

Clark, Thomas F. 

Cordon. Theone C, and Wickerham. 

Couch. James F., and Krewson. 

Cowan, John C, and Evans. 

Cowan, John C, Evans, and McKinney. 

Cowan. John C, and Teeter. 

Crocker, Charles K., Moyer, and Pfeifer. 

Daul, George C, and Reid. 

Evans, Cyril D., Schwab, and Cowan. 

Fein, Martin L., and Fisher. 

Pilachione, Edward M., Fein, and Fisher. 

Fisher, Charles H., and Fein. 

Fisher, Charles H., Pilachione, and Fein. 

Fisher, Charles H., Zief. and Hockett. 

Goldblatt. Leo A.. McConnell, and Summers, 

Graham, Robert P., Thompson, and Shepherd. 

Heisler, Edward G., and Treadvvay. 

Hendel, Carl E. 

Humfeld, Harry. 

Humfeld, Harry, Aeschlimann, and Hoffman. 

Jeanes, Allene R., and Wilham. 

Jones, Harrison W., Thorsen, and Lundgren. 

Kaplan, Arthur M., and Solowey. 

Keating, John F. and E. J. 

Kline, Leo, and Sonoda. 

Knight, Hogan B. 

Lathrop, Elbert C, and Naffziger. 

MacMasters, Majel M., Baird. and Rist. 

MacMasters. Majel M. and Hoaglund. 

Malkames, James P., Jr. 

Mast, William C, and Fisher. 

Mast, William C, Rehberg, and Fisher. 

Masure, Mortimer P. 

McCready, Rolland M., and Silveira. 

McKinney, Leonard L., and Cowan. 

McKinney. Leonard L., Uhing, Setzkorn, and Cowan. 

Montgomery, Edna M., Conway, and Weakley. 

Jlorris, Herman J. 

Owens, Harry S., and Scliultz. 

Port, William S., Jordan, and Swern. 



Agriculture, United States of America as represented by 
the Secretary of, assignee : See — Continued. 
Rehberg, Chessie E. 
Rist, Carl E., Davis, and Wolff. 
Roberts, Robert L. 
Roe. Edward T., and Swern. 
Rusca, Ralph A., and Young. 
Schwab, Arthur W., Evans, and Cowan. 
Schwab, Arthur W., Moser, and Evans. 
Schwartz, Joseph H., Talley, Zief, and Fisher. 
Schwimmer, Sigmund, and Balls. 
Shaw, Ralph R. 
Shaw, Thomas M. 
Swern, Daniel, Roe, and Scanlan. 
Teeter. Howard M. 
Thompson, Chester R. 
Van Atta, George R. 
Van Atta, George R., Kester, and Olcott. 
Ward, Kyle, Jr., Conrad, and Segal. 
Webb, Byron H.. and Walton. 
Wolff, Ivan A., Davis, Cluskey, and Gundrum. 
Woods, Lyle C, and Teeter. 
Wrigley, Arthur N., Yanovsky, and Nichols. 
Young, Frank E. and Jones. 
Zief. Morris, and Yanovsky. 
Agro Phospliate Company, assignee : See — 

Greening, Standlee. 
Agruss, Meyer S. : See — 

Goldsbarry, Albert W., and Agruss. 
Ahearn, Arthur J., Mountainside, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Bombardment induced conductivity in solid insulators. 
2,604,596, July 22. 
Ahern, Jack A., executor, assignee : See — 

Wilson, Frank C. 
Aherne-Heron, John, Parnham Common, Buckinghamshire, 
assignor to Aviation Developments Limited, Welwyn 
Garden City, Herts, England. Riveting gun and maga- 
zine therefor. 2,592,636, Apr. 15. 
Ahier, Georges C, Montmorency, and P. Buffet. Saint- 
Didier-au-Mont-d'Or, France. Phase and frequency 
modulation. 2,581,780, Jan. 8. 
Ahier, Georges C, A. V. Champagnat, and J. F. M. Tirmont, 
Paris, France. Manufacturing fabrics having a support 
backing and upstanding pile. 2,602,765, July 8. 
Ahlborn, Clarence E. assignor to Jackson & Church Com- 
pany, Saginaw, Mich. High-pressure steam kiln. 
2.583.073, Jan. 22. 
Ahlbrecht, Arthur H., White Bear Township, Ramsey 
County, and D. R. Husted, assignors to Minnesota Min- 
ing & Manufacturing Company, St. Paul, Minn. Per- 
fluoroalkyl isocyanates. 2,617,817, Nov. 11. 
Ahlburg, Prank, Los Angeles, Calif. Bag closure. 

2,.598.334. May 27. 
Ahl4n, Karl G., Stockholm, Sweden, assignor, b.v mesne 
assignments, to J. C. Marble. New York, N. Y., L. M. 
Merrill, Westfield, N. J., and P. H. Batten. Racine. Wis., 
as trustees. Plant-setting machine. 2,620,757. Dec. 9. 
Ihl6n, Karl G., Stockholm, and T. A Odman, Saltsjo- 
Duvnas, Sweden, assignors to Svenska Rotor Maskiner 
Aktlebolag. Effecting heat exchange between a rotating 
solid body and a gaseous medium, particularly for cool- 
ing fluid transmissions with rotating casings. 2,611,248, 
Sept. 23. 
Ahlfors, Sten E. E.. Hedemora, Sweden. Apparatus for 
automatic periodic cleaning of straining members. 
2,581,781, Jan. 

Ahlgren, Axel W. : See — 

Borchers, Earl M.. and Ahlgren. 

Ahlgren, Erick L., Houston, Tex. Fluid content gauge for 
lighters. 2.609,692, Sept. 9. 

Ahlgren, Erick L., Houston, Tex. Gun. 2,621,732. Dec. 16. 

Ahlgrim. John F., Palatine. 111. Cutting disk for lawn 
mowers. 2,598,091. May 27. 

Ahlmann. Nikolai. Copenhagen. Denmark, assignor to 
P. L. Smidth & Co.. New York. N. Y. Method and ap- 
paratus for grinding by the use of grinding bodies sub- 
jected to centrifugal force. 2.592.994, J^pr. 3 5. 

Ahlmann, Nikolai, Copenhagen, Denmark, assignor to 
F. L. Smidth & Co., New York. N. Y. Method and ap- 
paratus for grinding. 2,595,117. Apr. 29. 

Ahlmever. Harvev, assignor of one-half to R. Lunger, 
Ogallala, Nebr. Thresher attachment. 2,589,318, 
Alar. 18. 

Ahlmeyer, Heinz, Tappan, and W. D. Sherman, West 
Nyack, assignors to Roliert Gair Company, Inc., New 
York. N. Y. Carton folding apparatus and method. 
2,616.341, Nov. 4. 

Ahlstrand, Axel P., Worcester, Mass. Spoonholder. 
2,597,275, May 20. 

Ahlstrand, David A., Atlanta, Ga. Spindle dumper. 
2,610,654, Sept. 16. 

Ahlstrand, David A., Atlanta, Ga. Spindle bumper and 
impact nose therefor. 2,616,454, Nov. 4. 

Ahlstrand, Gustav R., and K. A. Lagerkvist, Stockholm, 
Sweden. Ticket printing machine. 2,604,846, July 29. 

Ahlstrom. Harvev D., and E. N. Foltz. Oneida, Wis. Gen- 
eral utility clamp. 2,596,111. May 13. 

Ahlstrom, Harvev D., and E. N. Foltz, Minoequa, Wis. 

Mixing valve. 2,608,350, Aug. 26. 
Aho, John, assignee : See — 
Niessen, Herman. 



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Aho, William J., Garson Mine, Ontario, Canada. Sus- 
pension-type ciiimney brush. 2,602,177, July 8. 

Ahrendt Instrument Company, assignee : See — 
Clark. James A., and Ferguson. 

Ahrens, Fredrick J., Oakland, Calif. Weaving loom. 
2,613,691, Oct. 14. 

Aicher, Alfred A., assignor to Petrocarbon Limited, Lon- 
don, England. Separation of gases at low temperature. 
2 617,272, Nov. 11. 

Aicher, Louis C, Wauwatosa, assignor to Allis-Chalmers 
Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Molding in- 
sulating material. 2,595,501, May 6. 

Aicher, Louis C., Wauwatosa, Wis., and F. J. Vogel, Oak 
Park, 111., assignors to Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing 
Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Variable capacity circuit 
for dielectric heating apparatus. 2,595,502, May 6. 

Aickin, Robert G. : See — 

Mitchell, Reginald G., Tait, Webber, Aickin, Winsor, 
and Billinghame. 

Aids Development Co., Inc., assignee : See — 
Leedy, Herbert R., and Myers. 

Aiello, Joseph, deceased, Pittsburgh, Pa. ; Lena Titus, 
executrix of said J. Aiello. Watchmaker's roller table 
jewel pin setting jig. 2,612,801, Oct. 7. 

Aigner, G. J., Company, assignee : See — 
Aigner, George J. 

Aigner, George J., assignor to G. J. Aigner Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Index tab. 2,600,825, Junel7. 

Aigrain, Pierre E., assignor to International Standard 
Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. High-frequency 
preemphasis for pulse code modulation. 2,621,251, 
Dec. 9. 

Aijala, Sulo, Coventry, R. I., assignor to Carl G. Peterson 
Co. Multipawl feed mechanism. 2,591,993, Apr. 8. 

Aiken, Charles B., assignor to Schlumberger Well Survey- 
ing Corporation, Houston, Tex. Electrical logging. 
2,592,] 01. Apr. 8. 

Aiken, Charles B., Wilton, Conn., assignor to the United 
States of America as represented by the Secretary of 
the Air Force. Bolometer. 2,587,674, Mar. 4. 

Aiken, Howard H. : See — 

Lake, Clair D., Aiken, Hamilton, and Durfee. 

Aiken. John K. : iSee — 

Jones, Harry, and Aiken. 

Aiken, Mary E., and M. J. Rummel, assignors to H. J. 
Heinz Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Optical testing of 
materials with a transparent screen. 2,597,425, May 
20. 

Aiken, William H., and A. L. James, U. S. Army, assignors 
to the United States of America as represented by the 
Secretary of War. Fireproof, waterproof, flexible sheet- 
ing resistant to penetration by chemical warfare vesi- 
cant agents. 2,606,131, Aug. 5. 

Aiken, William R., Berkeley, Calif., assignor to the United 
States of America as represented by the United States 
Atomic Energy Commission. Pulse forming network. 
2,587,426. Feb. 26. 

Aikens, Andrew J. : See — 

Botsford, Nelson, Boysen, Aikens, Dietze, Goodale, 
and Inglis. 

Aikman, Burton S., St. Petersburg, Fla., assignor to West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company. Automotive vehicle 
hoisting apparatus. 2,594,531, Apr. 29. 

Aikman, Burton S., St. Petersburg. Fla., assignor to West- 
inghouse Air Brake Companv. I?'luid compressing appa- 
ratus. 2,608,342, Aug. 26. 

Ailes, Lawrence R., Connersville, Ind. Adjustable me- 
chanical price marker. 2,585,420, Feb. 12. 

Aimasso, Marcos : .S'fe — 

Guzzetti. Alfredo, and Aimasso. 

Almes, Francis M., assignor to Imperial Pen & Pencil Co., 
Inc., Nassau, N. Y. Retractable writing implement. 
2,611,343, Sept. 23. 

Aines, Andrew A., U. S. Army, Petersburg, Va. Trouser 
Mousing method. 2,596,112, May 13. 

Aines, Andrew A., U. S. Army. Wheel-mounted drum 
filling assemblv. 2,611,523, Sept. 23. 

Aines, Andrew A., Petersburg, Va. Shoelace testing ma- 
chine. 2,616,286, Nov. 4. 

Ainley. Arthur D., and F. H. S. Curd, Blackley, Man- 
chester, England, assignors to Imperial Chemical Indus- 
tries Limited. Quaternary salts of pvrimidvlamino- 
quinolines. 2,585,905, Feb. 19. 

Ainley. Arthur D., Blackley. Manchester, S. Birtwell, 
Leeds, England, and F. H. S. Curd, deceased, Blackley, 
Manchester, England, by M. R. Curd, executrix. Bram- 
hall^ England, assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries 
Limited. Quaternary salts of pyriniidines. 2,585,906, 
Feb. 19. 

Ainsworth, Chester D., Wollaston, Mass., assignor to Allis- 
Chalmers Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee. Wis. 
Circuit breaker with interlocked blast valve and contact 
motors. 2,597,047, May 20. 

Ainsworth, Thomas H.. Drexel Hill, Pa., assignor to Gen- 
eral Steel Castings Corporation. Granite City. III. Cen- 
tering device for engine trucks. 2.592,637, Apr. 15. 

Ainsworth, Thomas H^ Drexel Hill, Pa., assignor to Gen- 
eral Steel Castings Corporation, Granite Citv, III. Rail- 
way pilot drop buffer. 2,619,235, Nov. 25. 

Air Appliances Corporation, assignee : See — 
Bluhm. Fred A. 

9S2735— P 2 



Air Associates, Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Donovan, Timothy F. 

Gravenhorst, Everett G. 

Howard, Bernard. 

Kronacher, Gerald. 

Kupiec. Harry P. 

Wermlinger, Oscar E. 
Airborne Instruments Laboratory, Inc., assignee : See — • 

Bowman, David F. 

Schmitt, Otto H., Fromm, Fails, Barnes, and Avery. 

Strum, Peter D. 

Wehner, Robert S. 
Aircall, Inc., assignee : See — • 

Florae, Richard. 
Air Control Products, Inc., assignee : See — 

Leigh, Robert L. 
Air Controls, Inc., assignee : See — 

Friedman, Arthur, and Silber. 
Aircraft Hardware Mfg. Co. Inc., assignee : See — 

Mazzei, Oswald. 
Aircraft-Marine Products Inc., assignee : See — 

Berg, Quentin. 

Carlson, Vernon E. 

Macy, James C. 

Pierce, Frank L. 
Aircraft Mechanics Inc., assignee : See — 

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

Farnham, Paul O. 

King, I'nul B., Jr. 
Air Cruisers Company, assignee : See — 

Boyle, James F. 

Boyle, Robert J. 
Air-Equipment, assignee : See — 

Gamier, Georges. 
Airey, Charles A., Alliance, Ohio. Automatic fishing appa- 
ratus. 2.587.675, Mar. 4. 
Air-factors, Inc., assignee : See — 

Lambert, Robert R. 
Air Force. United States of America as represented by 
the Secretary of the, assignee : See — 

Aiken. Charles B. 

Beachler, Robert R., Jr., and Oberholtzer. 

Evans. William E., Jr. 

Klas, Harold W. 

Ransom. Maurice R., and Kuriloff. 

Soderstrom, Harry R. 

Stockman, Richard E. 
Air Hydraulics, Inc., assignee : See — 

Bryant, Ray W. 
Airkem, Inc., assignee : See- 
Wheeler, William H., von Bergen, and Meek. 
Air Light Products Co., assignee : See — ■ 

Lambach, Frederick A. 
Air Line Engineering Corporation, assignee : See — 

Odom. Earl R., and Lannen. 
Air-Maze Corporation, assignee : See — 

Brixius. Jacob K., and Hanneman. 

Glanzer, Clarence J. 

Hanneman, Robert G. 

Hanneman. Robert G., and Brixius. 

Savitz. Christian W. 
Airmed Limited, assignee : See — 

Marrett, Henry R. 
Air Preheater Corporation, The. assignee : See — 

Austin. William W. 

Hodson, Peter, and Klemperer. 

Holm. Sven. and Jensen. 

Jensen, Arthur. 

Karlsson, Per H. 

Karlsson, Per H., and Holm. 

Karlsson, Per H., and Lidford. 

Peterson. David G. 

Yerrick. William D. 
Air Products, Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Bridges. Robert. 

Crego, Francis T. 

Gibson, Glenn J. 

Gibson, Glenn J., and Rothschild. 

Hamilton, James K. 

Heidbrink. Jay A. 

Schilling. Clarence J. 

Steele. Arthur E. 
Air Purification, Inc., assignee : See — 

Hardy, Gordon W., Ray, and Carle. 
Air Rectifiers. Inc., assignee : See — • 

Cowan. Nathan. 
Air Reduction Company, Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Anderson, James L. 

Anderson, Nelson E. 

Balcar. Frederick R. 

Conta, Lewis D., and Teti. 

Fisher, Harold R. 

Fullwood, Edward F. 

Hay, Wayne W. 

Helmkanip, Richard F. 

Hughey, Howard G. 

Hutt, Arthur R. 

Jones. Harold O. 

Miller, Hoke S. 

Muller. Albert. 

Robinson, Harold. 



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INDEX OP PATENTS, 1952 



Air Reduction Company, Incorporated, assignee : See — Con. 
Seitz, Rudolph O. 
Senesky, John S. 
Slottman, George V. 
Spies, George R., Jr. 
Sullivan, Cornelius J., and Tisher. 
Taylor, Alfred H., Jr. 
Teti, John. 
Thorp, Clark E. 
Thorp, Clark E., and Panula. 
Tyrner, Joseph M. 
Van Nuys, Claude C. 
Air-Shields, Inc., assignee : See — 

Gibbon, Samuel Y. 
Airspeed Limited, assignee : See — - 

Clarke, William H. V., and Parramore. 
Airtoys, Inc., assignee : See. — 

Butler, Joseph E. 
Air Valve, Inc., assignee : See — 

Overholser, J. Homer H., and Sweeney. 
Air- Vent Awning Company, assignee : See — 

Kramer, David, and Stapp. 
Air-Way Electric Appliance Corporation, assignee : See — 

Benjamin, Cordelia P. 
Aitken, Ian M. E.. Banstead, England. Mixing machine. 

2,584,525. Feb. 5. 
Aitchison, John P., Washington, D. C, and A. C. Bonke- 
meyer. Falls Church, Va.. assignors to the United States 
of America as represented by the Secretary of the Army. 
Gunrack. 2,593,402, Apr. 22. 
Aitken, Roy, Glasgow, Scotland. Chamber pot. 2,602,166, 

July 8. 
Aja, Sisto, and E. Quijuano, Syracuse, N. T. Folding 

table. 2 583,247, Jan. 22. 
Ajax Buff Company, assignee : See — 

Lawler, John J. 
Ajax-Consolidated Company, assignee : See — 
Bretz, Frank E., Jr. 
Donop, August W. 
Earl, Harley J. 
Ajax Electric Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Rosseau. Leon B. 
Ajax Engineering Corporation, assignee : See — - 
Horswell, Alfred H., and A. H. Horswell, Jr. 
Tama, Manuel, M., and Hoff. 
Ajax Flexible Coupling Co. Inc., assignee : See — 

Belden, Wayne I. 
Ajdukovich, George, St. Louis, Mo. Cigarette supporting 

cover. 2,591,113, Apr. 1. 
Ajero, Fortunato S. : See — 

Kegan. Albert I., and Ajero. 
Ajinomoto Kabushiki Kaisha, assignee : See — 

Ogawa, Tetsuwo. 
Ajne, Carl A., Stockholm, Sweden. Building structure. 

2,587,804, Mar. 4. 
Ajouelo, Davis J., Atlanta, Ga. Bottle opener with cap 

receiver. 2,588,687, Mar. 11. 
Akeley. Lloyd T., Lynn, Mass., assignor to General Electric 
Company. Control system for electric heating units. 
2,606,990. Aug. 12. 

Akerman, John D., and V. G. Tovrasend, Minneapolis, 
Minn. ; said Townsend assignor to said Akerman. Arti- 
ficial respiration apparatus. 2,588,192, Mar. 4. 

Akers. Dallas C, East Orange, N. J. Connector clamp 
for coaxial electrical cables. 2,587,676, Mar. 4. 

Akers. Harrison R., Tyler, Tex. Guard rail clamp. 
2,599,599, June 10. 

Akers, Merrideth C, Carbon Hill, Ala. Portable clothes 
, hanger. 2,616,569, Nov. 4. 
Akesson, Stig P. R. : See — ■ 

Vigren, Sten D., Freese, Claesson, and Akesson. 
Akin, Frank, Dallas, Tex. Valve tool. 2,602,989, July 15. 
Akins, Jake, assignor of one-half to A. A. Dorman, States- 
boro, Ga. Log peeling and shaping apparatus. 
2,588,903, Mar. 11. 
Akins. James D., assignee : See — 

Baxter, Mason. 
Akins, Stephen A., Kansas City, Mo. Nasal cleansing de- 
vice. 2.612,894. Oct. 7. 
Akobjanoff, Lev, Ann A.rbor, Mich. Arsenic modified poly- 

sulfide plastics. 2,587.805, Mar. 4. 
AkobjanoiiE. Lev, St. Louis, Mo. Metallo-thioplasts. 

2,614,097, Oct. 14. 
Akona Chemical Corporation, assignee : See — 

Click, Alvin G. 
Akron Spool & Manufacturing Co., assignee : See — 

Hawley, John B. 
Akron Standard Mold Company, The, assignee : See — 

Bostwick, Henry C. 
Aktiebolaget Addo, assignee ■. See — 

Salmivuori, Johannes E. 
Aktiebolaget Akerlund & Rausing, assignee : ;S'ee — - 

Benzon-Peterspn, Boye. 
Aktiebolaget Alcometaller, assignee : See- 
Strom, Karl G. H. 
Aktiebolaget Arno, assignee : See — 

Borg, Arthur N. 
Aktiebolaget Astra, Apotekarnes Kemiska Fabriken, as- 
signee : See — 

Dahlbom, Johan R., and Ekstrand. 



Aktiebolaget Atlas Diesel, assignee : See — 

Carlson, Eric. 

Camner, Hilding G. I 

Larc6n, Jan A., and Ttterfors. 

Pyk, Herman T., and Camner. 
Aktiebolaget Atvidaberg Facit, assignee : See — 

Grip, Erik K. 

Toorell, Sture, and Grip. 
Aktiebolaget Bofors, assignee ; See — 

Aldrin, Henry W. 

Bengtsson, Erik B. 

Bergstrom, Lars O. 

Hammar, Victor, and Duhlback. 

Norell, Karl T. 

Sahlin, Borje, and Jansson. 

Selin. Per H. 
Aktiebolaget Bryggerimaskiner, assignee : See — 

Nielsen, Christian N. 

Aktiebolaget C. E. Johansson, assignee : See — 

Hard af Segerstad, Carl G., and Magnusson. 

Johansson. John O. E. 
Aktiebolaget Centrallaboratorium, Helsinki, assignee : 
See— 

Smedslund, Tor H. 
Aktiebolaget Defibrator, assignee : See — 

Magnuson, Gunnar. 
Aktiebolaget Duba, assignee : See — 

Larsen, Fridthiof O. V. 
Aktiebolaget Ekonomiregister, assignee : See — 

Magnusson, Elis M. 

Kristenson, Nils H. B., and Grabs. 
Aktiebolaget Elektrolux, assignee : See — 

Backstrom, Sigurd M. 

Camner. Hilding G. 

Faith-Ell, Lars J. 

Grubb, Gunnar A., and Backteman. 

Karlstrom, Johan F. R. 

Kogel, Wilhelm G. 

Lange, Sven R. 

Widen, Nils B. 
Aktiebolaget Enkopings Verkstader, assignee : See — 

Nellv^n, Karl J. A., and Hjelm. 
Aktiebolaget Forrosan, assignee : See — 

Bing, Jens H. 

Jensen, Kai A., and Rosdahl. 
Aktiebolaget Gotaverken, assignee : See — 

Thorstenson. Johan. 

Aktiebolaget Gustavsbergs Fabriker, assignee : See — 

Rydberg. John A. 
Aktiebolaget Hakanssons Industrier, assignee : See — 

Westin, Johan T. 
Aktiebolaget Karlstads Mekaniska Werkstad, assignee : 
See— 

Aim, Oscar E. 

Aktiebolaget Kontrollinstrument, assignee : See — 

Grusell, Anders E., Sandmark, and Hysing. 
Aktiebolaget Kristenson & Grabs, assignee : See — 

Kristenson, Nils H. B. 
Aktiebolaget Leo, assignee : See — 

Claesson, Karl E. L., Hogberg, and Rosenberg. 
Aktiebolaget Linderoths Patenter, assignee : See — 

Blom6n. Torsten. 

Aktiebolaget Manus, assignee : See — 

Atterling, John W. L., Redin, and Ryde. 

Redin, Eric G., Olander, and Johansson. 
Aktiebolaget Moderna Kok, assignee : See — 

Tellander, Carl Y. 

Aktiebolaget Nilsson & Johansson, assignee : See — 

Lindahl, Henning W. 
Aktiebolaget Overums Bruk, assignee : See — 

Berg, Claes. 
Aktiebolaget Rainbow, assignee : See — 

Bergman, Sven G., and Ohlund. 

Aktiebolaget Separator, assignee : See — 

Bergner, Nore E. 

Borck, Alfred G. 

Borck, Alfred G., and Gronning. 

Eckers, Carl G. 

Erling, Sven J. 

Hytte. Robert P. L. 

Svens.io, Nils E. 

Thylefors. Henric W. 

Zachariassgn, Stig H. B. 

Zachariassen, Stig H. B., and Borck. 
Aktiebolaget Siefuert & Fornander, assignee : See — 

Dietmann, Paul W. 
Aktiebolaget Supermarin, assignee : See — 

Almqvist, Bo K. L., and Elgstrom. 

Aktiebolaget Svenska Kullagerfabriken, assignee : See — 

Gothberg, Karl B. A. 
Aktiebolaget Svenska Precisionsverktyg, assignee : See — 

Alfredegn, TJno A. 
Aktiebolaget Teximpex, assignee : See — 

Heintges, Clemens A. 
Aktiebolaget Tudor, assignee : See — 

Brandt, Gustaf E. 
Aktiebolaget Zander & Ingestrom, assignee : See — 

Berg. GOsta V., and Hallman. 

Nilsson, Nils. 



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Aktlengesellschaft Brown, Boveri & Cie, assignee : See — 

Blatter, Hans. 

Goldstein, Alexander. 

Guanella, Gustav, and Lardelli. 

Hartmann. Hans. 

Keller, Hans. 

Kocher, Hermann. 

Meyer, Adolf. 

Niehus, Kurt. 

Pfenninger, Hans. 

Thoninien, Hans, and Amstutz. 

Thommen. Hans, and Meyer. 

Wideroe, Rolf. 
Aktiengesellschaft der Eisen- und Stahlwerke vormals 
Georg Fischer, assignee : See — 

Wernli, Max. 
Aktiengesellschaft Fuer Technische Studien, assignee : 
See — 

Keller, Curt. 
Aktiengesellschaft R. & E. Huber, Schweizerische Kabel-, 
Draht-und Gummiwerke, assignee : See — 

Zohrer, Max. 
Aktieselskabet De Danske Sukkerfabrikker, assignee : 
See— 

Brieghel-Miiller, Arne V. 
Aktieselskabet "Ferrosan," assignee : See — 

Jensen, Kai A. 
Aktieselskabet "V01und," assignee : See — 

Brabaek, Jorgen. 

See- 

Brodal. Erling, and Guldhav. 
Aladdin Industries, Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Berge, Godshalk. 
Brainming, Carl. 

Davis, Cortland W., and Switack. 
De Tar. Donald R. 
Engh, Walter B. 
Flint, Harry B. 
Lyman, Harold T.. and De Tar. 
Ala.i, Antoine L., Arlington, Va. Hot plate. 2,582,735, 

Jan. lo. 
Alamo Corporation, assignee : See — 

Bussmann, Aloysius B. 
Alarcon, Alfonso G. : See — 

Polo, Dagoberto JI.. and Alarcon. 
Alar Products, Inc., assignee : See — 

Stpffpn, Elmer G. 
Alban, Clarence P., Pontiac, and R. H. Matthews, assign- 
ors to W. M. Chace Company, Detroit, Mich. Furnace 
damper control. 2,617,595, Nov. 11. 
Albany Corrugated Container Corporation, assignee : See — 

Friesner. Claude R. 
Albaugh, Merton V., Grand Rapids, assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit. Mich. Machine for testing 
hydraulic tappets. 2,619,835, Dec. 2. 
Albee, Arthur C., Hollywood, Calif., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Film reel drive. 2,611,284, 
Sept. 23. 

Alben, Frank L., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation. East Pittsburgh, Pa. Locomotive 
truck. 2,610,586, Sept. 16. 

Albers, Tennis. Amsterdam. Netherlands. Pedal for bi- 
cycles or like vehicles. 2,587.270. Feb. 26. 

Albersheim. Walter J., Interlaken, N. J., assignor to West- 
ern Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Wide range sound film reproducing system. 2,602,861, 
July 8. 

Albersheim. Walter J., Interlaken. N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated. New York. N. Y. 
Light controlled channel deviation indicator. 2,607,916, 
Aug. 19. 

Albert. Donald J. : See — 

Bornemann. William, and Albert. 

Albert, Harry E. : See — 

Smith. George E. P.. Jr.. and Albert. 

Albert, Hnrry E., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rubber 
Company, Akron. Ohio. Automatic hydroxy sulfides. 
2,581,919, Jan. 8. 

Albert. Harry E.. assignor to The Firestone Tire &' Rubber 
Company. Akron. Ohio. Stabilization of rubber with 
a mixture of a phenol sulfide and trivalent antimony 
oxide. 2.581.930. Jan. 8. 

Albert, Harry E., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rubber 
Company. Akron, Ohio. Stabilization of rubbery ma- 
terials by the use of tin or antimony salts of phenol 
reaction products. 2.581.931. Jan. 8. 

Albert, Harry E.. assicnor to The Firestone Tire & Rub- 
ber Company. Akron. Ohio. Reclaiming rubber with bis- 
(trialkyl phenol) sulfides. 2.605.241, July 29. 

Albert. Harry E.. assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rub- 
ber Company. Akron. Ohio. Mixture of antioxidants for 
synthetic rubber. 2.605,249, July 29. 

Albert, Harry E.. and G. E. P. Smith. Jr., assignors to 
The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company. Akroli. Ohio. 
Stabilization of acrylonitrile-butadiene-1,3 copolymers. 
2,581,909, Jan. 8. 

Albert, Harry E., and G. E. P. Smith. Jr., assignors to 
The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company. Akron. Ohio. 
Acrylonitrile-butadiene-1.3 copolymers stabilized by an- 
timonyl P-phenyl catecholate. 2,581,910, Jan. 8. 



Albert, Harry E., and G. E. P. Smith. Jr., assignors to 
The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. 
Acrylonitrlle-butadiene-1,3 copolymers stabilized by 
antimonyl pyrogallolate. 2.581.911, Jan. 8. 

Albert, Paul McH., Ann Arbor, Mich. Device for deter- 
mining turbidity within a body of liquid. 2,580,500, 
Jan. 1. 

Albertoli, John. San Francisco, Calif. Can feeding de- 
vice. 2,583.313, Jan. 22. 

Albertoli. John. San Francisco, Calif. Positioner for hemi- 
spherical fruit halves. 2,584,526. Feb. 5. 

Alberts. Lawrence E., assignor to Minneapolis-Honeywell 
Regulator Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Aircraft con- 
trol apparatus. 2.614,236, Oct. 14. 

Alberts, Sydney S., Yonkers, N. Y. Brassifere. 2,622,244, 
Dec. 23. 

Albertson, Lawrence E., Minneapolis, assignor to The 
McKays Companv, St. Paul, Minn. Water softening 
system. 2,607,728. Aug. 19. 

Albertson, Noel F., East Greenbush, assignor to Sterling 
Drug Inc., New York, N. Y. Piperidine carboxylic acid 
esters. 2,585,210. Feb. 12. 

Albertson, Richard H.. Union, N. J., assignor to Mounting 
& Finishing Company. Inc., Brooklyn, N. Y. Flower pot 
cover. 2,606,106, Aug. 5. 

Albertson, Victor N. : See — 

Halgren, Henry A., and Albertson. 

Albin, Frederick G., Beverly Hills, Calif., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Preshaping of recorded waves. 

2.587.081. Feb. 26. 

Albini-Colombo. Carlo. Milan, Italy. Printing textile 
fabrics. 2,583,286, Jan. 22. 

Albinseon, Harold H., assignor to General Motors Cor- 
poration, Detroit. Mich. Cooling system for inter- 
nal-combustion engines. 2.608.961. Sept. 2. 

Albisetti. Alois. Ridgefield, N. J. Toy wheeled vehicle. 

2.587.082. Feb. 26. 

Albisetti, Charles J., Jr., assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Polvamides and 
their preparation. 2.620,327, Dec. 2. 

Albisetti. Charles J.. Jr., and N. G. Fisher, assignors to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Unsaturated dicarboxylic acids and esters and their 
preparation. 2,584.527. Feb. 5. 

Albiswerk Zuerich A. G., assignee : See — 

Miiller, Josef. Patry. Baumberger. and Klein. 

Albrecht, Albert W., McHenry, assignor to Oak Mfg. Co., 
Chicago, 111. Electrical apparatus. 2,594.111, Apr. 22. 

Albrecht, Alexander J., West New York, N. J., assignor to 
R. Hoe & Co., Inc.. New York, N. Y. Sequential trip- 
ping mech.nnism control for multiunit offset presses. 
2,615,393, Oct. 28. 

Albrecht, Alexander J.. West New York. N. J., assignor to 
R. Hoe & Co., Inc.. New York, N. Y. Gripper bar mecha- 
nism. 2.619.903. Dec. 2. 

Albrecht, August H., deceased. La Habra, Calif. ; E. V. 
Albrecht, administratrix. Electrical power line warn- 
ing device for vehicles with extended booms. 2,615,969, 
Oct. 28. 

Albrecht. Carl, Kronberg/Ts., assignor to Deutsche Gold- 
und Silber-Scheideanstalt Vormals Roessler, Frankfort- 
on-the-Main, Germany. Hardening bath. 2,620,310, 
Dec. 2. 

Albrecht, Esther V., administratrix : See — 
Albrecht. August H. 

Albrecht, Fritz. C. M. Davison, and W. L. Lamhdin, Jr., 
Baltimore, assignors to The Glenn L. Martin Company, 
Middle River. Md. Plastic identification sleeve forming 
machine. 2..593.514. Apr. 22. 

Albrecht, George F.. Saco, Maine. Spinning and twisting 
ring. 2.588.193. Mar. 4. 

Albrecht. George F.. Saco. Maine. Spinning and twisting 
ring. 2.618.116. Nov. 18. 

Albrecht, Herbert O. : See — ■ 

Mandeville, Charles E., Albrecht. and Scherb. 

Albrecht. Karl. Maplewood. N. J., assignor to Forstner 
Chain Corporation. Tie holder. 2.606.349. Aug. 12. 

Albrecht. Kurt, Pleasant Hills Borough, assignor to Hall 
Laboratories. Inc.. Pittsburgh, Pa. Conductivity con- 
trolled dispenser. 2.593.825, Apr. 22. 

Albrecht. Otto. Munchenstein, assignor to Ciba Limited, 
Basel, Switzerland. Amide derivatives and making 
same. 2.590.073. Mar. 25. 

.\lbrecht. Otto. JIuenchenstein. and A. Maeder. assignors 
to Ciba Limited. Basel. Switzerland. Manufacture of 
an acrylic acid ester. 2.599.424. June 3. 

Albrecht, Richard M., Le Claire, assignor to Victor Ani- 
matograph Corporation. Davenport, Iowa. Portable 
sounding detice. 2.589.319, Mar. 18. 

Albrecht. William F., Salt Lake City, Utah. Valve. 
2.582,370. Jan. 15. 

Albrecht, Wolfram W., assignor to Jos. Schneider & Co., 
Kreuznach. Germany. Wide-angle high-speed photo- 
graphic ob.iective. 2.612.077. Sept. 30. 

Albrich, Julifin I., assignor of one-half to J. I. Miralles, 
Barcelona, Spain. Pen nib attachment. 2,619.071, 
Nor. 25. 

Albright. Edward J.. Chicago. 111. Conveyer having piv- 
otal pan. 2.590,291, Mar. 25. 

Albright. John C. assignor of one-half to W. J. Adams, 
Chicago, 111. Thermally responsive device. 2,593,238, 
Apr. 15. 

Albright. John R.. assignor to Geo. D. Roper Corporation, 
Rockford, 111. Pumping unit. 2,612,113, Sept. 30. 



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Albright, Richard A., assignee : jSee- 
Struben, Francis L., and Fyle. 

Albro, Walter, Jamestown, N. Y. 
attachment. 2,616,138, Nov. 4. 

Alburn, Harvey E., assignor to Wyeth Incorporated, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Sulfation of alginic acid in alcoholic sul- 
furic acid. 2,612,498, Sept. 30. 

Alco Valve Company, assignee : See — 
Dube, John E., and Jones. 
Freedman, Rudolph, and Dube. 
Ives. Clifford B. 
MacDougall, Franklin M. 
Rose, Howard E. 

Alcock, John F., Leeds, England. Submerged blast gas 
scrubber. 2,608,399. Aug. 26. 

Alcoriza, Sofronio B., Walnut Grove, Calif. Switch for 
motor vehicle signals. 2,621,265 Dec. 9. 

Alcorn, Carson A., Grand Island, Nebr. Ventilated metal 
awning. 2,602,200, July 8. 

Alcorn, Irwin W., Houston, Tex., assignor to The 
Pure Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Mooring barge or buoy. 
2,604,866, July 29. 

Alcorn, Robert L., Jr., assignor to Chambersburg Engineer- 
ing Company, Chambersburg, Pa. Timing system. 
2,586,592, Feb. 19. 

Alcorn, Robert L., Jr., assignor to Chambersburg 
neering Company, Chambersburg, Pa. Forging 
ratus and control thereof. 2,615,306, Oct. 28. 

Aide, Murray W., Beaver Lodge. Alberta, Canada, 
copter rotor system. 2,589,030, Mar. 11. 

Alden, Blair S. : See — 

Turner, Virgil A., Alden, and Alden. 

Alden, Carroll R., assignor to Ex-Cell-0 Corporation, De- 
troit, Mich. Heater for moving electrolytes. 2,584,654, 
Feb. 5. 

Alden, Frank S. : See — 

Turner, Virgil A., Alden, and Alden. 

Alden, Herbert W., assignor to The Timken-Detroit Axle 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Lubricating means for axle 
drive mechanisms. 2,618,359, Nov. 18. 

Alden, Martha M., Tulsa, Okla. Power-operated eraser for 
electric typewriters. 2,593,515, Apr. 22. 

Alden, Milton, Wellesley, Mass. Recorder bar suspension 
for facsimile recorders. 2,611,677, Sept. 23. 

Alden, Milton, Wellesley, Mass. Recorder. 2,621,999, 
Dec. 16. 

Alden Products Co., assignee : See — 
Cross. Edward D. 

Alden, William H., Jr., Bryn Athyn, Pa., assignor to Allied 
Chemical & Dye Corporation, New York, N. Y. Material- 
controlled article transfer mechanism. 2,612,981, 
Oct. 7. 

Alden, William H., Jr., Bryn Athyn, Pa., assignor to Allied 
Chemical and Dye Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Shingle collecting and bundling machine. 2,612,983, 
Oct. 7. 

Alden, William H., Jr., Bryn Athyn, Pa., assignor to Allied 
Chemical & Dye Corporation, New York, N. Y. Shingle 
conveyer. 2,612,984, Oct. 7. 

.\lderman, Harry M., Chicago, 111. Car replacer. 2,593,956, 
Apr. 22. 

Alderman. Leon D., Magnolia, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corportaion, Flemington, N. J. Sole- 
shaping machine. 2.607,057, Aug. 19. 

Alderman, Wayne, Torrington, Conn. Magnetic door 
latch. 2.586,900, Feb. 26. 

Alderson, Ernest A., and W. L. Adair, Puente, Calif. Boat 
anchor hoist. 2,605,082, July 29. 

Alderson, Samuel W., New York, N. Y. Electrically 
operated artificial arm for above-the-elbow amputees. 
2,580,987. Jan. 1. 

Alderson. Samuel W., New York. N. Y. Shoulder harness 
for artificial arms. 2,592,842, Apr. 15. 

Aldinger, tJlrich : See — 

Volt, Willy, and Aldinger. 

Aldred, John L., Jr. : See — 

WiWey. Elmer R.. and Aldred. 

Aldrich, Donald F. : .See — - 

Wolff, John L., Jr., and Aldrich. 

Aldrich, Paul H. : See — 

Keene, Howard B., Anderson, and Aldrich. 

Aldrich, R. E. Lee, Jr. : See — 

McAlpine, Francis J., M. L., and Aldrich. 

Aldridge, Clarence F. : See — 

Cook. Garrett A., and Aldridge. 

Aldrin. Henry W., Karlskoga, assignor to Aktiebolaget 
Bofors. Bofors, Sweden. Loading apparatus for auto- 
matic firearms. 2,608,135, Aug. 26. 

Aleck, Benjamin J. : See — 

Zauderer, Jerome, and Aleck. 

Aleman, Eugenio D., and G. S. Valdez, Mixcoac, Mexico 
City, Mexico. Fuel honiogenizer. 2,618,541, Nov. 18. 

Alenius, Nils R., Stockholm, Sweden. Building block of 
wood. 2,620,527, Dec. 9. 

Alertronic Protective Corporation of America, The, as- 
signee : See — 

Bagno, Samuel M. 
Bagno, Samuel M. 

Aleshin, William N., 

Lath. 2,610,883, Sept. 16. 

Alesi, Anthony L., Philadelphia, Pa. Suspension lacing 
for protective helmets. 2,617,988, Nov. 18. 

Alex. Friedmann Kommandit-Gesellschaft, assignee : See — 
Nemetz. Gustav. 



Clock. 2,583,037, 



Alex, Mas, Pasadena, assignor to Sparkletts Drinking 
Water Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif. Carafe handle. 
2.598,747. June 3. 

Alex, Ralph P. : See — 

Buivid. Michel D., and Alex. 

Alexander, Arthur F., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Jan. 22. 

Alexander, Cruzan, Jackson Heights, N. Y., and G. H. 
Palmer, Fanwood, assignors to The M. W. Kellogg Com- 
pany, Jersey City, N. J. Manufacture of a gaseous 
mixture rich in hydrogen. 2,618,542, Nov. 18. 

Alexander, Cruzan, and H. A. Dutcher, Bartlesville, Okla., 
assignors to Phillips Petroleum Company. Pebble heater 
apparatus and heat exchange. 2,585,984, Feb. 19. 

Alexander, Donald F., Oakwood, assignor to General Mo- 
tors Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. Electrical apparatus. 
2,608,067. Aug. 26. 

Alexander, Donald F., Oakwood, assignor to General Mo- 
tors Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. Electrical apparatus. 
2,612,543, Sept. 30. 

Alexander, Donald F., Oakwood, assignor to General Mo- 
tors Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. Direct current motor 
control. 2,614,238, Oct. 14. 

Alexander, Elijah W., Salem. Ohio. Demountable frost 
.shield and visor. 2,606,787, Aug. 12. 

Alexander, Emmett L., assignor to The George E. Fail- 
Enid, Okla. Derrick. 2,609,180, 



ing Supply Company, 
Sept. 2. 
Alexander, Frank C, Jr. ; 
Lester, Raymond H., 



and Westerman. 
South Windsor, 



Conn. Tobacco 



See- 
Cannon, and Alexander. 

Alexander, George : See — 

Ferner, Warren E., Alexander, Robinson, and Streeter. 

Alexander, George. Coshocton, and R. T. Walsh, West 
Lafayette, Ohio, assignors to General Electric Company. 
Molded tubular body. 2,594,838, Apr. 29. 

Alexander, Guy B., Parma, R. K. Her, Cleveland Heights, 
and F. J. Wolter, Cleveland, Ohio, assignors to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Producing built-up silica particles. 2,601,235, June 24. 

Alexander, Guy B., Parma, and R. K. Her, Cleveland 
Heights, Ohio, assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Redispersing a precipi- 
tated silica sol. 2,605,228, July 29. 

Alexander, Harold E., and C. P. Cook, Watford, EJngland. 
Incorporating lettering in printed color reproductions. 
2,605,181, July 29. 

Alexander, Harry S., assignor to Keystone View Company, 
Meadville, Pa. Device for supporting transparent stereo- 
scopic slides. 2,584,245, Feb. 5. 

Alexander, Harry S., assignor to Keystone View Company, 
Meadville, Pa. Stereoscopic rotator for rotating stereo- 
scopic pictures. 2,593,826. Apr. 22. 

Alexander, Harry S., assignor to Keystone View Company, 
Meadville, Pa. Transparent slide for use in binocular 
vision training. 2,618,259, Nov. 18. 

Alexander, Henry R., Springfield, 111. Drill. 2,608,384, 
Aug. 26. 

Alexander, Henry S., Sr., assignor to Keystone View Com- 
pany, Meadville, Pa. Instrument for testing lateral 
visual ability. 2,604,811, July 29. 

Alexander, Horace W., Erie, Pa., assignor of one-half to 
American Sterilizer Company. Sealed beam filament 
lamp with heat-reducing means. 2,592,102, Apr. 8. 

Alexander, Horace W.. Oakwood. assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. Brazing thin brass 
members. 2,591,994. Apr. 8. 

Alexander, James H. : See — 

Cave. William T.. Alexander and McCoubrey. 

Alexander, Kliem, and L. E. Schniepp, Peoria, 111., assign- 
ors to the United States of America as represented by 
the Secretary of Agriculture. Reduction of oxydivalero- 
nitrile. 2,584,970. Feb. 12. 

Alexander, Leon G., Charlotte, assdgner to Wix Acces- 
sories Corporation, Gastonia, N. C. Filter assembly. 
2,604,992, .July 29. 

Alexander, Leon G., Charlotte, and J. W Sherrill, Bel- 
mont, assignors to Wix Accessories Corporation, Gas- 
tonia, N. C. Oil filter replacement unit. 2,597,770, 
May 20. 

Alexander, Lloyd G. : See — 

Hass, Henry B., and Alexander. 

Alexander, Malvin T.. Seattle, Wash. Pole-stripping ma- 
chine. 2,581,829, Jan. 8. 

Alexander, Mary M., Los Angeles, Calif. Perfume dif 
pensing implement. 2,615,758, Oct. 28. 

Alexander. Nelson B. : See — 

Morgan, Jack R., Alexander, and Comley. 

Alexander, Peter : See — 

Blott, John F. T., and Alexander. 

Alexander, Peter, and C. Earland assignors to Wolsey 
Limited, Leicester, England. Treatment of keratin and 
related materials. 2,622,036, Dec. 16. 

Alexander. Peter P., assignor to Metal Hydrides Incorpo- 
rated, Beverly, Mass. Production of alkaline earth 
metal hydrides and use thereof in reducing refractory 
oxides. 2,584,411, Feb. 5. 

Alexander, Peter P., assignor to Metal Hydrides Incorpo- 
rated, Beverly, Mass. Production of lithium hydride. 
2,606,100, Aug. 5. 

Alexander, Peter P., assignor to Metal Hydrides Incorpo- 
rated. Beverly, Mass. Ammunition. 2,611,316, Sept. 23. 



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Alexander, Philip, New York. N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to C. C. Trelease, Newarl^, N. J., as trustee. 
Cartridge for dispensing liquid chemicals. 2,601,938, 
July 1. 

Alexander, Robert H., Warren, Pa., assignor to Sylvania 
Electric Products Inc. Socliet contact of spring wire. 
2,584,528, Feb. 5. 

Alexander, Robert H., and C. Spicer, Warren Pa., as- 
signors to Sylvania Electric Products, Inc. Receptacle 
filling mechanism. 2,581,898. Jan. 8. 

Alexander, Walker R., assignor to United Steel & Wire 
Company, Battle Creek, Mich. Nesting basket cart. 
2,605,116, July 29. 

Alexander, Warren A., Tulsa, Okla., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Geophone. 2,581,063, 
Jan. 1. 

Alexander, William, deceased, Glasgow, Scotland ; M. M. 
Durney or (Young), executrix. Apparatus for separat- 
ing liquids. 2,581,341, Jan. 8. 

Alexander, William C, Port Arthur, Tex. Wheel control 
mechanism for golf club carriages. 2,610,864, Sept. 16. 

Alexander, William M. : See — 

Lee, John W., Martin, and Alexander. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Electronic frequency 
changer and stabilizing control means therefor. 
2,586,498, Feb. 19. 

Alexanderson, Ernst F. W., A. H. Mlttag, Schenectady, 
N. Y., and R. W. Kuenning, Berkeley, Calif., assignors 
to General Electric Company. Current interrupter. 
2,612,629, Sept. 30. 

Alexanderson, Howard A., Hohokus, and R. Z. Hague, 
Oradell, assignors to Bendix Aviation Corporation, 
Teterboro, N. J. Control device for the power units of 
aircraft. Re. 23,490. May 20. 

Alexanderson, Howard A., Wood-Ridge, and A. H. 
Le Febvre, Hackensack, assignors to Bendix Aviation 
Corporation, TeterborO, N. J. Engine control. 
2.583,537. Jan. 29. 

Alexandrescu, Alexander M., Cleveland, Ohio. Opener. 
2,596,459. May 13. 

Alexath, Georges, Lausanne, Switzerland. Fish lure. 
2,611,208, Sept. 23. 

Alexay, Adalbert, Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Self-aligning shoe for steady rests 
used on lathes. 2,.592.229, Apr. 8. 

Alexewicz, Werner G.. Burbank. L. Plotlin, North Holly- 
wood, and R. P. McGraw, Sierre Madre, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to R. F. McGraw, doing business as 
McGraw Colorgraph Company, Burbank, Calif. Strip- 
ping tissue. 2,606,130. Aug. 5. 

Alexy, Matthew R., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Miniature tube holder. 
2,585,072, Feb. 12. 

Alford, Andrew, Cambridge, Mass., assignor to United 
States of America as represented by the Secretary of 
War. Electrical apparatus. 2,594,839, Apr. 29. 

Alford, Andrew, Cambridge, Mass., assignor to the United 
States of America as represented by the Secretary of 
War. Turbine rotated antenna with electromagnetic 
answer-back means. 2.595,912. May 6. 

Alford. Andrew. Cambridge. Mass.. assignor to the United 
States of America as represented bv the Secretary of 
War. Split cylinder antenna. 2.600.179. June 10. 

Alford. Andrew, Cambridge. Mass.. assignor to the United 
States of America as represented by the Secretary of 
War. Device for radiating circularly polarized waves. 
2,611,087, Sept. 16. 

Alford, Andrew, Cambridge, Mass. Slotted winged cylin- 
drical antenna. 2,611,864. Sept. 23. 

Alford, Andrew, Cambridge. Mass. Transversely gapped 
cylindrical antenna. 2.611,865, Sept. 23. 

Alford, Andrew, Cambridge, Mass. Cylindrical antenna. 
2.611.866. Sept. 23. 

Alford. Andrew, Cambridge. Mass. Slotted winged cylin- 
drical antenna. 2.611.867. Sept. 23. 

Alford, Andrew, Cambridge, Mass. Antenna. 2,622,196, 
Dec. 16. 

Alford, Andrew, Cambridge, and H. M. Hart, Wellesley, 
Mass., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Raytheon 
Manufacturing Company. Apparatus for measuring 
distance. 2,597.607. May 20. 

Alford. Andrew. Cambridge, and H. Jasik. Roslindale. 
Mass. ; said Jasik assignor to said Alford. Antenna 
detuning system. 2,611,871. Sept. 23. 

Alford, Carl C, Glendale, Calif. Card deck holder. 
2,608.291. Aug. 26. 

Alford. Donald E. : See — 

Carlson. Harold A., and Alford. 

Alford, Joseph S., Nahant, Mass., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Cooling means for gas turbine wheels. 
2,605.081, July 29. 

Alford. Joseph S.. Xahant. Mass.. assignor to Gener.Tl 
Electric Company. Flexible conduit joint. 2.613.087, 
Oct. 7. 

Alford, Maltland W. : JSee — 

Finlayson, Donald, and Alford. 

Alford, Raymond G.. Houston, Tex., assignor to Houston 
Oil Field Material Company. Releasing washover over- 
shot. 2,016.749. Nov. 4. 

Alfred6"n. Uno A.. Stockholm, assignor to Aktiebolaget 
Svenska Precisionsverktyg. Nacka, Sweden. Coupling. 
2,592,103, Apr. 8. 



AlfredeSn, Uno A., Stockholm, assignor to Aktiebolaget 
Svenska Precisionsverktyg, Nacka, Sweden. Thread- 
cutting device. 2,597,849, ilay 27. 

Alfreds, Torris H. : See — 

Nelson, Arthur W., and Alfreds. 

Alfredsson, Uno : See — 

Johansson, Erik, Bergvall, and Alfredsson. 

Alfsen. Nikolai, Oslo, Norway. Device for barking of logs 
or the like. 2,581,617, Jan. 8. 

Alger, John, Lakewood, Colo. Reaming collar for drill 
steels. 2,607,561, Aug. 19. 

Alger, Martin J.. Jr.. Watertown. N. Y., assignor to The 
New York Air Brake Company. Automatic cutout for 
train circuit protection device. 2,608,447, Aug. 26. 

Alginate Industries Limited, assignee : See — 
Johnson, Arthur, and Millatt. 
Johnson, Arthur, and Speakman. 
Speakman, John B., Chamberlain, and Dorkin. 

Alico Inc., assignee : See — 
Imshaug. Arnold L. 

Alikonis. Justin J., assignor to Paul F. Beich Company, 
Bloomington, 111. Stabilized plastic type confection and 
making the same. 2,587,806, Mar. 4. 

Alink, Roelof J. H., C. J. Dippel, and H. J. Houtman, 
Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignors to Hartford Na- 
tional Bank and Trust Company, Hartford, Conn., as 
trustee. Discontinuously physically developing latent 
photographic images. 2,609,295, Sept. 2. 

Alix, Elmer C, Charlton City, and H. A. Wilson, South 
Spencer, Mass. Safety device for picker sticks. 
2,620,832, Dec. 9. 

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

All American Airways, Inc., assignee : See — - 
Cotton, Robert B. 

Allan, Benjamin W. : See — 

Davis, Wilmer O., Roseman, Allan, and Neptune. 
Roseman, Reuben, Neptune, and Allan. 

Allan, James A. : See — 

Beardsley, Robert O., and Allan. 

Allan, John. Spondon. near Derby, and H. F. Oxley. Char- 
mouth. England, assignors to Celanese Corporation of 
America. Coloration of sheet materials. 2,606,854, 
Aug. 12. 

Allan. Morag L., Norton-on-Tees. England, assignor to 
Imperial Chemical Industries: Limited. Isomerization 
of unsaturated hydrocarbons. 2,594,706, Apr. 29. 

Allan, William J. : See — 

Garner, Claude M.. and Allan. 

Allan. William J., Richmond Heights, assignor to Missouri 
Automatic Control Corporation, St. Louis. Mo. Ther- 
mostatically actuated switch. 2.588.688. Mar. 11. 

AUard. Fernande E.. San Francisco, Calif. Maternity 
garment. 2,617,990, Nov. 18. 

Allard, Gerard A., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the United States Atomic Energy Commission. 
Atomic air burst direction finder. 2,615,249, Oct. 28. 

Allard, Pierre J. M. T., Eaubonne (Seine et Oise) France. 
Drum for winding cable. 2.605,978, Aug. 5. 

Allard, Pierre J. M. T., Chantilly, France. Crane or der- 
rick. 2,621,804, Dec. 16. 

Allard, Pierre J. M. T.. Eaubonne, France. Rapid excava- 
tion machine. 2,621,816. Dee. 16. 

Allard. Pierre J. M. T.. Eaubonne. assignor to Societe 
Prancaise de Construction de Bennes Automatiques. 
Paris, France. Handling apparatus. 2,623,644, Dec. 

Allard. Roger G. J.. Richmond. Vt. Retractable electric 
extension cord switch. 2,585,070, Feb. 12. 

AUbert, Eugene F. : See— 

Kimball. Albert W.. and Allbert. 

Allbert. Eugene P.. Turtle Creek, and B. J. Auburn. For- 
est Hills, assignors to Westinghouse Electric Corpora- 
tion. East Pittsburgh, Pa. Motor control system. 
2.583.074, Jan. 22. ' 

Allbright. James K. : See — 

Morse. George E., and Allbright. 

Allbright-Nell Company, The, assignee : See — 
Lundell. Alvin O. 

Allbritton, Owen S., Clearwater. Fla. Folding classifica- 
tion table. 2,601.357. June 24. 

AUday. Gilbert J.. Weybrid^e, England. Exhaust and in- 
duction system for internal-combustion engines. 
2.611.353, Sept. 23. 

Alldredge, Leroy R., Kensington, and E. O. Schonstedt, 
Takoma Park, Md. Invalid chair having footrest brak- 
ing means. 2,612,209. Sept. 30. 

Alldredge, Marshall H., Detroit, and M. P. Graham, Grosse 
Polnte, Mich., assignors to Thompson Products, Inc., 
Cleveland, Ohio. Steering linkage. 2,614,862, Oct. 21. 

Alldredge, Marshall H., Detroit, and M. P. Graham, Grosse 
Pointe, Mich., assignors to Thompson Products, Inc., 
Cleveland, Ohio. Joint construction. 2,615,737, Oct. 
28. 

Allebach. Karl A., assignor to Gllfillan Bros.. Inc.. Los 
Angeles. Calif. Bridge-type precision antenna structure. 
2.596,113. May 13. 

Allec. Georges P. A., Paris. France, vested in the Attorney 
General of the United States. Fire-control apparatus 
for direct-aiming antiaircraft firearms. 2,623,287 Dec. 
30. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corporation, assignee : See — 
Caugherty. William E. 
Passafaro, Anthony L. 
Patterson, Walter M. 
Sheridan, Claude M.. and Pruger. 
Zaccaguini, Concezio L. 

Allegheny Steel Band Company, assignee : jSee — 
Dunbar, Jack W. 

Allegro, Joseph A. : See — 

Eicheson, Sanford E., and Allegro. 

AUeman, Carl E. : See — 

Pankratz, Howard J.. Dutcher, and Alleman. 

Allen, Adda M., Arlington, Va. Bib structure. 
2,580,388, Jan. 1. 

Allen, Adda M.. Arlington, Va., assignor to Disposable 
Bottle Corporation. Washington, D. C. Associated 
equipment for nursing units. 2,581,340, Jan. 8. 

Allen, Adda M., The Plains, Va., assignor to Disposable 
Bottle Corporation, Washington, D. C. Nursing unit. 
2.588,069. Mar. 4. 

Allen, Albert, Sharon, assignor to The Fosboro Company, 
Foxboro, Mass. Pneumatic switch. 2,612,185, Sept. 30. 

Allen, Albert E.. assignor to Utica Cutlery Company, 
Utica, N. Y. Handle structure. 2,581,062, Jan. 1. 

Allen, Ambrose L., Houston, Tex. Adjustable cutter bar 
for mowing machines. 2,620,615, Dec. 9. 

Allen, Arthur P., Spokane, Wash. Reversible rotary fan. 
2,620,039, Dec. 2. 

Allen-Bradley Company, assignee : See — 
Walters, Robert E. 

Allen, Charles F., and E. B. Booth, Stamford, Conn., as- 
signors to American Cyanamid Company, New York, 
N. Y. Depression of copper minerals from ores and con- 
centrates. 2,620,068, Dec. 2. 

Allen, Charles F. H. : See — 

Ballard, Albert E., Zuehlke, and Allen. 
Chechak, Jonas J., and Allen. 

Allen. Charles P. H., and J. A. Van Allan, assignors to 
Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Benzo[f] 
quinoline compounds and their preparation. 2,604,475, 
July 22. 

Allen, Charles F. H., and C. V. Wilson, assignors to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Preparation of 
1,4,0,8-tetraaminoanthraquinone compounds. 2,611,772, 
Sept. 23. 

Allen, Charles M.. Columbus, and R. W. Dayton, Worth- 
ington, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Battelle 
Development Corporation, Columbus, Ohio. Seal. 
2,606,044, Aug. 5. 

Allen, Claire M. : See — 

Allen, Paul M. and C. M. 

Allen, Clifford G., Hartville, Ohio. Traction device for 
vehicle wheels. 2,596,517, May 13. 

Allen, Earl M. : See — 

Jacobs, William A., and Allen. 

Allen, Edward K., Jr., assignor to Leland-Gifford Com- 
pany, Worcester, Mass. Coolant device for tools. 
2,582,667, Jan. 15. 

Allen, Edward M., Wadsworth, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Columbia-Southern Chemical Corpora- 
tion, Pittsburgh, Pa. Production of isopropyl N-phenyl 
carbamate. 2,615,916, Oct. 28. 

Allen. Edwin L., Cleveland Heights, assignor to R. I. 
Schonitzer, Cleveland. Ohio. Door check and holding 
device. 2,603,820, July 22. 

Allen, Edwin L., Cleveland Heights, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to R. I. Schonitzer, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Latch actuating and locking mechanism. 2,603,963, 
July 22. 

Allen. Edwin L., Cleveland Heights, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to R. I. Schonitzer. Cleveland, Ohio. Push- 
button unit. 2,604,346, July 22. 

Allen, Edwin L., Cleveland Heights, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to R. I. Schonitzer, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Latch mechanism. 2,608,428. Aug. 26. 

Allen. Edwin L., and A. R. De Vito. Cleveland Heights, 
Ohio, and H. B. Muster, Fountain City, Ind., assignors, 
by mesne assignments, to R. I. Schonitzer, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Lock means for door control mechanism. 
2,587,583. Mar. 4. 

Allen, Eldon C. Harrisburg, HI. Percussion coal breaking 
mechanism. 2,608,400, Aug. 26. 

Allen, Ernest C, Rochester, N. Y., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Stator winding 
machine. 2.S94.707. Apr. 29. 

Allen. Frank B. : See — 

Cahusac. Clarence N., and Allen. 

Allen, Frank B., Towaco, assignor to C-O-Two Fire Equip- 
ment Company, Newark, N. J. Nozzle for dry powder 
extinguishers. 2,589,213, Mar. 18. 

Allen, Frank B., Towaco, assignor to C-O-Two Fire Equip- 
ment Company, Newark. N. J. Fire extinguisher mul- 
tiple horn assembly. 2,599,533, June 10. 
Allen, Frank B.. Towaco, assignor to C-O-Two Fire Equip- 
ment Company, Newark. N. J. Fire extinguisher dis- 
charge head and carrying handle. 2,610,693. Sept. 16. 

Allen, Frank B., Verona, assignor to C-O-Two Fire Equip- 
ment Company, Newark, N. J. Inflation valve. 
2.595.218. May 6. 

Allen. Frank B., Verona, assignor to C-O-Two Fire Equip- 
ment Company, Newark, N. J. Discharge valve. 
2,603,233, July 15. 



Allen, George H. : See — 

Barber, William E., and Allen. 

Allen, George M., Swarthmore, Pa., assignor to American 
Viscose Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Magnetic spin- 
ning bucket closure and cake extracting system. 
2,602,284, July 8. 

Allen, George W., and V. N. Tramontini, Indianapolis, 
Ind., assignors to Stewart-Warner Corporation, Chicago, 
111. Flow restrictor. 2,602,468, July 8. 

Allen, Graham G. : See — 

Whittaker, Donald, and Allen. 

Allen & Hanburys Limited, assignee : See — 
Woodhall, Harold. 

Allen, Herbert, assignor to Cameron Iron Works, Houston, 
Tex. Gate valve. 2,591,038, Apr. 1. 

Allen, Herbert, assignor to Cameron Iron Works, Houston, 
Tex. Valve. 2,606.740. Aug. 12. 

Allen, Herbert, assignor to Cameron Iron Works, Houston, 
Tex. Valve. 2,607,557, Aug. 19. 

Allen, Herbert, assignor to Cameron Iron Works Inc., 
Houston, Tex. Mechanical advantage operator. 
2,614,520, Oct. 21. 

Allen, Herbert, assignor to Cameron Iron Works, Houston, 
Tex. Flow control unit. 2,614,795, Oct. 21. 

Allen, Herbert, assignor to Cameron Iron Works, Inc., 
Houston, Tex. Rotary plug valve seat. 2,621,888, Dec. 
16. 

Allen, Howard G., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to Savan- 
nah Sugar Refining Corporation, Savannah, Ga. Packag- 
ing machine. 2,584,529, Feb. 5. 

AUen, Howard G., Niagara Falls, N. Y., R. W. Watkin, 
East Liverpool, Ohio, S. Kufel, Jr., Cheektowaga, and 
E. I. Fisher, Kenmore, N. Y., assignors to The Edwin 
M. Knowles China Company, Newell, W. Va. Dinner- 
ware finishing machine. 2,587,271, Feb. 26. 

Allen, Hugh C, Astoria, N. Y. Gravity operated closure 
with means to form an opening in a container. 
2,581,897, Jan. 8. • 

Allen Industries, Inc., assignee : See — 
Gordon, Jack C. 

Allen, Ivey, Jr., W. R. Marshall, Bloomfield, N. J., and 
G. E. Wightman, Newburgh^ N. Y., assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. 
Continuous polymerizing apparatus. 2,614,910, Oct. 21. 

Allen, James J., and J. A. Hawkes, Spondon. near Derby, 
England, assignors to Celanese Corporation of America. 
Production of cellulose esters. 2,588,457, Mar. 11. 

Allen, James J., and J. A. Hawkes, Spondon, near Derby, 
England, assignors to Celanese Corporation of America. 
Production of cellulose esters. 2,611,767, Sept. 23. 

Allen, John B., Lansdale. assignor to Philco Corporation, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Oscillator tuning device. 2,618,705, 
Nov. 18. 

Allen, John G., Hagley, near Stourbridge, England. Spring 
suspension of perambulators and the like. 2,588,456, 
Mar. 11. 

Allen. John L.. Boston, Mass. Compressor apparatus. 
2,599,149, June 3. 

Allen, John W. : See^ 

Wiggins. John H., and Allen. 

Allen, John W.. Chicago, 111., assignor to Chicago Bridge 
& Iron Company. Storage tank. 2,583,536, Jan. 29. 

Allen, John W., assignor to J. H. Wiggins, Chicago 111. 
Dry seal gas holder. 2,606.824. Aug. 12. 

Allen, Kenneth P., and V. W. Buker, St. Cloud. Minn. 
Control device for locking tractor brakes. 2,612,059, 
Sept. 30. 

Allen. Lawrence A., Cleveland, Ohio. Cigarette lighter. 
2,585.071, Feb. 12. 

Allen. Leonard G., San Francisco, Calif. Door check. 
2,592.230, Apr. 8. 

Allen, Louis N., Jr., Short Hills, N. J., assignor to Chemi- 
cal Construction Corporation, New York, N. Y. Pro- 
ducing sulfur dioxide and sulfur burner. 2,622,007, 
Dec, 16. 

Allen, Oliver L.. Riverside, assignor to Electrolux Corpo- 
ration, Old Greenwich, Conn. Air filter. 2,591,490, 
-4pr. 1. 

Allen, Oliver L., Riverside, assignor to Electrolux Cor- 
poration, Old Greenwich, Conn. Rearwardly discharg- 
ing t.Tnk tyne suction cleaner. 2.615.531, Oct. 28. 

Allen, Oliver L., Riverside, assignor to Electrolux Corpora- 
tion, Old Greenwich, Conn. Bumper mounting and noz- 
zle assembly for suction cleaners. 2,622,263, Dec. 23. 

Allen, Oliver L., Riverside, assignor to Electrolux Corpora^ 
tion, Old Greenwich, Conn. Dual purpose rug nozzle for 
suction cleaners. 2,622,265, Dec. 23. 

Allen. Orval E.. Dugger, Ind. Remote-controlled latching 
device. 2,616,739, Nov. 4. 

Allen, Paul E.. Skokie. 111. Auto bed. 2,601,488. June 24. 

Allen. Paul M. and C. M., Chicago, 111. Box top guard. 
2,615.239, Oct. 28. 

Allen, Philip S., Long Beach, Calif. Film transporting 
mechanism for automatic photographic apparatus. 
2.623.650. Dec. 30. 

Allen. Raney R.. Dayton, Ohio. Inlet tube for use in bait 
traps. 2.605,582, Aug. 5. 

Allen. Raymond E., Kittery. Maine. Hydranlically oper- 
ated exercising table. 2,598,204, May 27! 

Allen, Raymond W., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rub- 
ber Company, Akron, Ohio. Endless track landing gear 
for aircraft. 2,605,146, July 29. 

Allen. Richard C. : See — 

Millman, Jacob, and Allen. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



15 



Allen, Richard E., South Orange, assignor of one-half to 
J. H. Bolen Jr., Orange, N. J. Fishing device. 2,593,716, 
Apr. 22. 
Allen, Robert B., and W. F. Utzinger, assignors to The 
Univis Lens Company, Dayton, Ohio. Clutch and brake 
for grinding apparatus. 2,585,365, Feb. 12. 
Allen, Robert E., and W. F. Utzinger, assignors to Univis 
Lens Company, Dayton, Ohio. Lens grinder. 2,617,236, 
Nov. 11. 
Allen, Roy 0., Athens, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll-Rand 
Company, New York, N. Y. Throttle valve mechanism. 
2,615,674, Oct. 28. 
Allen, Rufus V., Chino, Calif. Live bait hook device. 

2,591,764, Apr. 8. 
Allen, Rufus V., Chino, Calif. Bait container. 2,600,826, 

June 17. 
Allen, Rufus V., Chino, Calif. Magnetized window control. 

2,607,961. Aug. 26. 
AUen-Sherman-Hoff Company, The, assignee : See — 

Mylting, Lauritz E. 
Allen, Victor O., Madison, assignor to Wilbur B. Driver 
Company, Newark, N. J. Heat-treating electrical re- 
sistance alloy. 2,585,613. Feb. 12. 
Allen, W. G., and Sons (Tipton) Limited, assignee: See — 

Hale, Albert L., and Tolhurst. 
Allen, William F. : See — 

Moyer, Wendell W., and Allen. 
Allen, William F., assignor to A. E. Staley Manufacturing 
Company, Decatur, 111. Nutrient composition for the 
preparation of streptomycin. 2,596,971, May 20. 
Allen, William F., assignor to A. E. Staley Manufacturing 
Company, Decatur, 111. Nutrient composition for the 
preparation of streptomycin. 2,596,972, May 20. 
Allen, William M., Glendale, assignor to Model Crafters 
Inc., Hamilton, Ohio. Preparing dough for baking. 
2,613,620, Oct. 14. 
Allen, William W., assignor to American Chemical Paint 
Company, Ambler, Pa. Esters of chlorinated phenoxy- 
acetic acids. 2,596,089, May 13. 
Allenbach, Armin : See — 

Bechler, Andr6, Allenbach, and Bueche. 
Allenbrook, Charles T., New Rochelle, N. Y. Kit for 

artists. 2,589,320, Mar. 18. 
Allenson. George T. : See — 

Berry. Edward J., and Allenson. 
Aller, Claes B., Copenhagen. Denmark. Producing bi- 
metallic printing forms. 2,584,317, Feb. 5. 
Aller T. Dwight : See — 

Noll. Paul E., Crawford, Aller, and Rethey. 
Aller, Willis F. : See- 
Polk, Louis F., and Aller. 
Aller, Willis F., assignor to The SheflBeld Corporation, Day- 
ton, Ohio. Fluid leakage gauging device. 2,593,957, Apr. 
22. 
Aller, Willis F., assignor to The Sheffield Corporation, Day- 
ton, Ohio. Apparatus for gauging and for selecting 
articles according to size. 2,593.958, Apr. 22. 
AUert, Berthold, East St. Kilda, Victoria, Australia. In- 
dustrial bath furnace. 2,615,702, Oct. 28. 
Alles, Francis P., and W. R. Saner. North Plainfield, N. J., 
assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington. Del. Photographic elements having an 
anchoring substratum composed of a water-insoluble 
vinylpyridine polymer. 2,606,832, Aug. 12. 
Alles, John J.. Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Selective control ap- 
paratus. 2,598,748. June 3. 
Alley Dwight A. : See — 

Alley, Samuel D.. J. C, and D. A. 
Alley. Frank H.. assignee : See — 

Jarrett. Leon R. 
Alley, Henry G., Jr.. Colonial Heights, Va. Cargo tester 

which simulates ship's motion. 2,614,413, Oct. 21. 
Alley, Joseph C. : See — 

Alley. Samuel D., J. C, and D. A. 
Alley, Leslie B., assignee : See — 

Granberg, Albert J. 
Alley, Samuel D., Waldron. and J. C. and D. A. Alley, 

Anthony, Kans. Distributor. 2,593,516. Apr. 22. 
Alliance Furniture Company, assignee : See- 
Anderson, Stanley T. 

Allied Chemical & Dve Corporation, assignee : See — 
Alden, William H., Jr. 
Beekhuis, Herman A. 
Calfee, John D., and Smith. 
Collins, Thomas W., Jr. 
Cook. Daniel A. 
Darley. Merrill M. 
Farrell, James K. 

Flevsher. Maurice H.. and Sievenpiper. 
Gilbert. Everett E. 
Gilbert, Everett E., and Giolito. 
Haywortb. Curtis B. 
Heisler, Edward A. 
Jordan, Thomas E., and Cline. 
Joris, George G. 
Larrison, Millard S. 
Lodes, Frederick G. 
Maslln. John A. 
Mueller, Max B. 
Ogilvie. James. 
Oliveros, Reginald P. 
Otto, Julian A. 
Otto, Julian A., and Gilbert. 
Pearson, Harry B. 



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

Pietrusza. Edward W. 

Pietrusza. Edward W., and Cosby. 

Prill. Erhard J. 

Robertson, Harold E.. and Port. 

Rogers, Stuart M. 

Stasse, Henry L. 

Sundstrom, Carl. 

Tiddy, William, and Cooper. 

Tweit. Olav M. 

Williams, Thomas B. 
Allied Electric Products, Inc., assignee : See — 

Penk, Charles. 

Weisberg, Sidney M. 
Allied Laboratories, Inc., assignee : See — 

Bockstahler, Earl R. 

Faith, Herman E. 

Gochenour, Raymond B. and A. M. 
Allied Mills, Inc., assignee : See — 

Singer, Philip A., and Deobald. 
Allied Minerals, Inc., assignee : See — 

Cook, Errol P. 



assignee : See — 



The Firestone Tire & Rubber 
Producing N-mono-substituted 
Jan. 8. 



, and Newland. 



and Beling. 



Allied Research Products, Incorporated 

Hoffman, Raymond A. 
Allied Shoe Machinery Corp., assignee : See- 

Campione, Saverio J. 
Alliger, Glen, assignor to 
Company, Akron, Ohio, 
sulfenamides. 2,581,921 
Allin, George S. : See — 

Elliott, Burr B., and Allin. 
Miscovich, John A. 
Allinquant, Fernard S., Paris, France. Mechanical sealing 
means. 2,608,422. Aug. 26. 

Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 

Aicher, Louis C. 

Aicher, Louis C, and Vogel. 

Ainsworth, Chester D. 

Altorfer. Hans A. 

Beckwith, Sterling, and King. 

Beckwith, Sterling, and Koenig. 

Belich, Daniel E. 

Burnham, George A. 

Coulter. Leland E. 

De Windt, Joseph J. and G. 

Dobeus, Vander M. 

Fergason, Rector C. 

Halter. Allan C. 

Hauk, Joseph. 

Hansen, Alfred J. 

Hoffman, Sven A. 

Jansson, Gustav E. 

Johnson, John A. 

Kenney, Clarence E., and Wilson. 

King. William F. 

Kuehlthau, John L. 

Kuemmerlein, Edward M. 

Kuemmerlein, Edward M. 

Mikolic, Charles R. 

Mikolic, Charles R. 

Murphy, Bernard J 

Neenan, John L. 

Newhouse, Ray C. 

Nichols, Beverly R. 

Norelius, Emil F. 

Nye, Henry V. 

Olivier, Oliver M. 

Otto, Eugene J. 

Paterson, Ira W. 

Peter, Charles R. 

Ray, James L. 

Robinson. Walter, and Landry. 

Roubal. Alexander J. 

'Schick. Frederick A. 

Shaw, Ernest C. 

Sikorra, Daniel J. 

Sillers. Thomas G. A. 

Strehlow, Walter F. 

Strehlow, Walter F., and Kamlukin. 

Strehlow, Walter F., O'Harrow, and Johansen. 

Strehlow, Walter F., O'Harrow, and Park. 

Tanke, Willnrd H. 

Taylor, Philip L. 

Volgovskov. Boris. 

Weltmer Wilton W. 

Weston, Donald E. 

Wilson, Charles D. 

Wilson. William F. 
Allls, Louis. Company, The, assignee : See — 

Robinson, Russell I. 

Wieseman, Theodore R., and Osborn. 
Allis Rubber Corporation, assignee : See — 

Ekkebus, Eloy D., Gallagher, and Zapfel. 
Allison, Charles F., Sparks, Nev. Notebook. 2,607,351, 
Aug. 19. 

Allison Company, The, assignee : See — 
Allison, Hugh V. 
Hough, J Donald. 
Allison, Donald K., Washington, D. C. Navigational de- 
vice. 2.617,032, Nov. 4. 
Allison, Hugh V., Fairfield, assignor to The Allison Com- 
pany, Bridgeport, Conn. Resin, abrasive article incor- 
porating same, and making same. 2,589,652, Mar. 18. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Allison, Hugh V., Fairfield, assignor to The Allison Com- 
pany, Bridgeport, Conn. Abrasive -wheel. 2,616,229, 
Nov. 4. 
Allison, John L., Nutley, N. J., assignor to International 
Standard Electric Corporation, New York, N. T. Pulse 
time position finding system. 2,584,971, Feb. 12. 
Allison, Kenneth C, Crystal Lake, assignor to Grigsiby- 
Allison Company, Inc., Arlington Heights, 111. Kiveted 
joint. 2,594,840, Apr. 29. 
Allison, Mary L., Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 

Adjustable brassifere. 2,590,915, Apr. 1. 
Allison, Percy R., Felpham, assignor to Flight Refuelling 
Limited, London, England. Flexible hose end connec- 
tion. 2,610,869, Sept. 16. 
Allison, Sewell W., West Orange, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Two-way trunk circuit arranged for dial-back opera- 
tions. 2,586,901, Feb. 26. 
Allison, William D. Detroit, Mich. Spring suspension for 

motor vehicles. 2,607,609. Aug. 19. 
Allison, William D., Detroit, Mich. Spring suspension for 

motor vehicles. 2,607,610, Aug. 19. 
Allison, William D., Grosse Pointe. Mich. Motor vehicle 

spring suspension. 2,607,611, Aug. 19. 
Allison, William M., assignor to Sprague Electric Com- 
pany, North Adams. Mass. Electrical bandpass net- 
work. 2,599.508, June 3. 
Allman, Edward J., Bromborough, Wirral, and E. Yould, 
Frodshani, England, assignors to H. H. Robertson Com- 
pany, Pittsburgh. Pa. Ventilator. 2,601,423, June 24. 
Allma'nna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget, assignee : See — 
Arvidsson, Algot. 
Beckius, Ivar, and Lindstrom. 
Carlsson, Johau E., Landau, and Tornros. 
Dreyfus, Ludwig. 
Forwald, Haakon. 
Garde, Aage. 

Garde, Aage, and Brodersen. 
Gynt, Sven. 
Eriksson, Herbert. 
Hansing, David M. 
Hedstrom, Sven E. 
Hogel, Lennart, and Jaekel. 
Ladell, Emil. 
Lamm, Uno. 

Lamm, Uno, and Arvidsson. 
Landau, Frans. 
Ljungberg, Ture A. 
Ofverholm, Hdkan, and Forssell. 
Petersen. Wilhelm H. 
Rydbeck. Gosta. 
SOrensen. Harald M. 
Staihane, Bertil. 
Uhlmann, Erich. 
Vorts, Svend A., and Nilsson. 
Allphin, Alvie D. and K. A., Cody, Wyo. Portable con- 
struction hoist. 2,588,458, Mar. 11. 
Allphin, Kay A. : See — 

Allphin, Alvie D. and K. A. 
Allport, John D., Burlington, Vt. Bedmaking aid. 

2,620,491. Dec. 9. 
Allover Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 

Boerger, Julius W. 
AUowav, Elmer A., Sioux City, Iowa. Barber unit. 

2,602,485, July 8. 
Alio way, Vivian P., Cralgmont, Idaho. Straw cutter. 

2,611,407, Sept. 23. 
Allsopp, Arthur H., Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. 
Maintaining kerosene or other liquid in a reservoir at an 
approximately constant head. 2,619,980, Dec. 2. 
Allstadt, Ira, Jr., Memphis. Tenn. Coin-controlled vehicle 

parking system. 2,623,933, Dec. 30. 
All Star Products. Inc., assignee : See — 

Ingle, Donald P.. and Reiches. 
All-Steel Equipment Inc., assignee : See — 

Abrahamson, Charles M. 
Allstott, James O., Pauls Valley, Okla. Feed preparation 
device. 2,592,231, Apr. 8. 

All Time Footwear Mfg. Co., assignee : See — 
Binder, Hyman. 

AUyn, Charles S., Jr., assignor to The National Cash 
Register Company, Dayton, Ohio. Marking member con- 
taining magnetized material. 2,584,318, Feb. 5. 

AUyn, Jerome D., Moorestown, N. J. Master cvlinder for 
hydraulic brakes or the like. 2,587,023. Feb. 26. 

AUyne, RoUin F., Denver, Colo. Method of and apparatus 
for controlling temperature of trailer cargo and the like. 
2,589,031, Mar. 11. 

Aim, Alexander V., Stamford, Conn., assignor to American 
Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Stable combina- 
tion of cation- and anion-exchange resins. 2,586,770, 
Feb. 26. 

Aim, J. T., assignee : See — • 
Sauer, Christian H. 

Aim, Oscar E., assignor to Aktiebolaget Karlstads Meka- 
niska Werkstad, Karlstad, Sweden. Water turbine and 
propeller pump. 2,616,663, Nov. 4. 

Aim, Robert M. : See — 

Fragen, Nathan, and Aim. 

Almazar, Apolonio V., Pleasantville, N. Y. Reservoir type 
ruling pen. 2,619,069, Nov. 25. 

Almes, Laurence J., Verona, Pa. Socket wrench with pilot. 
2,618,189, Nov. 18. 



Almgren, August E., Hillside, and J. P. Jakob. Roselle, 
N. J., assignors to American Can Company, New York, 
N. Y. Bag sealing machine. 2,590,081, Mar. 25. 

Almgren, August E., Hillside, J. P. Jakob, Roselle, and 
F. W. Goodrich, Newark, N. J., assignors to American 
Can Company, New York, N. Y. Bag sealing machine. 
2,590,082. Mar. 25. 

Almodovar, Rafael O. : See — 

Mendez, Francisco, and Almodovar. 

Ahnorth, Gustav A., Higganum, Conn. Protractor. 
2,614,329, Oct. 21. 

Almquist, Gus, Riverside, Calif. Hay baler sleeve. 
2,600,827, June 17. 

Almquist, Mildred L. : See — 

Govett. Thomas, and Almquist. 

Almquist, Nils T., assignor to Landers, Frary & Clark, 
New Britain, Conn. Electric flatiron. 2,613,459, Oct. 
14. 

Almquist, Nils T., New Britain, and A. C. De Napoli, Jr., 
Windsor, assignors to The Soundscriber Corporation, 
New Haven, Conn. Machine for reprocessing phono- 
graph record disks. 2,589,185, Mar. 11. 

Almqvist, Bo K. L., Stockholm, and B. O. Elgstrom, Alvsjo, 
assignors to Aktiebolaget Supermarin, Stockholm, 
Sweden. Watercraft. 2,597,048, May 20. 

Aloi, Peter, assignee : See — 
Telles, Vincent. 

Alpert, Daniel, assignor to Westinghouse Electric Corpora- 
tion, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Window construction. 
2,584,653, Feb. 5. 

Alpert, Daniel, East Pittsburgh, S. Krasik and T. D. 
Holstein, Pittsburgh, assignors to Westinghouse Electric 
Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Forming a cavity 
resonator. 2.584.717, Feb. 5. 

Alpha Engineering & Machine Works, Inc., assignee : See — 
Stanley, Richard B. 
Stanley, Richard B., and Pass. 

Alpine, Arthur D., Los Angeles, Calif. Kiln truck. 
2,620 932, Dec. 9. 

Alpine Corporation, assignee : See — 
Lawson, Harry W. 

Algulst, Francis N., and K. C. Kauer, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Photochemi- 
cal preparation of the delta isomer of benzene hexa- 
chloride. 2,606,868, Aug. 12. 

Alric, Gustave C. A., Troyes, France. Artillery training 
device. 2,588,904, Mar. 11. 

Alsberg, Dietrich A., Berkeley Heights, N. J., and R. P. 
Muhlsteff, assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Indicating apparatus. 
2,622,127, Dec. 16. 

Alsing, Carl F., Wilbraham, Mass., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Tem- 
perature regulator for secondary volatile refrigerant 
circuit. 2,598,335, May 27. 

Alspangh, Paul L., and G. Cook, South Charleston, W. Va., 
assignors to Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. 
Earth strata cutting indicator. 2,620,386, Dec. 2. 

Alstadt, Benjamin : See — 

Conto, James, and Alstadt. 

Alstadt, Benjamin, and H. Sappey, New York, N. Y. 
Nursing bottle nipple. 2,582,950, Jan. 22. 

Alston, Albert V., Albany, N. Y. Fisherman's gripping 
device. 2,616,745, Nov. 4. 

Alstrand. Dale V. : See — 

Treelease, Richard D., Sampson, and Alstrand. 

Alt. Alvin F. : See — 

Binns, Jack N., Dugle, and Alt. 

Alt, Rudolph : See — 

Goldman, Paul R., and Alt. 

Alta Engineering Company, assignee : See — 
Bo.ves, Mary A., and Coates. 

Altar, William. Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric Corporation. East Pittsburgh, Pa. Amplitude mod- 
ulator with double yield. 2,623,993, Dec. 30. 

Altar, William, Pittsburgh, and O. J. M. Smith, Scranton, 
assignors to Westinghouse Electric Corporation. East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Inspection apparatus. 2,583,132, 
Jan. 22. 

Altenberger, Edmund C, Plainfield, N. J., assignor to 
Essex Electronics. Electrical impedance unit. 
2,618 749, Nov. 18. 

Altenpohl, Kathryn M., executrix, assignee : See — 
Altenpohl, William F. 

Altenpohl, William P., deceased, Philadelphia ; K. M. 
Altenpohl, executrix, assignor to K. M. Altenpohl, Lower 
Merion, Pa. Track scale for automatic weighing and 
sorting machines. 2,612,265, Sept. 30. 

Alter, Albert R. : See — 

Tellier, Joseph C, and Alter. 

Alter Company, assignee : See — 
Pesses, Marvin. 

Alter, Fritz, McHenry, 111. Golf bag trundle. 2,619,360, 
Nov. 25. 

Alter. Harr.v, Company, The, assignee : See — 

Cahenzli, Martin T., Jr., and Slack. 
Altgelt, Herman E., assignor to Deere & Company, Moline, 

111. Crop baler with means for grooving bales formed 

thereby. 2,595,503, May 6. 
Altgelt, Herman B., South Bend, Ind., assignor to The 

Oliver Corporation. Tying mechanism for balers. 

2,610,573. Sept. 16. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Altgelt, Rudolph J., South Bend, Ind., assignor to Dear- 
born Motors Corporation, Highland Park, Mich. Welded 
plow frog. 2,622,502, Dec. 23. 

Altgelt, Kudolph J., and C. H. Gemberling, South Bend, 
Ind., assignors to The Oliver Corporation. Subsurface 
and subsoil cultivator. 2,597,608, May 20. 

Altham, Henry, Wrexham, North Wales. Vermin trap. 
2,598,205. May 27. 

Alther, Joseph G., Evanston, assignor to Universal Oil 
Products Company, Chicago. 111. Apparatus for cata- 
lytic conversion of hydrocarbons. 2,621,113, Dec. 9. 

Alther, Joseph G., Evanston, and P. M. Van Arsdell, Chi- 
cago, 111. Effervescent drink concentrate. 2,603,569, 
July 15. 

AlthofE, Raymond, Somerville, N. J. Machine for packing 
bottles with relatively small objects. 2,587,584, Mar. 4. 

Althouse, William S., Jr. : See — 

Baker, Reuben C, and Althouse. 

Althouse, William S., Jr., Arcadia, assignor to Baker Oil 
Tools, Inc., Vernon, Calif. Cement basket. 2,602,514, 
July 8. 

Altiere, Daniel M., South Bound Brook, N. J., and R. A. 
Burton, South Euclid, assignors to The Sherwin-Williams 
Co., Cleveland. Ohio. Dispensing container for dust. 
2,591,653, Apr. 1. 

Altiere, Lois, assignee : See — 
Torrese, Apollo. 

Altiere, Peter, assignee : See — ■ 
Torrese, Apollo. 

Altieri, Onorino, assignor of one-half to L. Rettinger, 
Cecil, Pa. Door-gasket corner cutting tool. 2,582,736, 
Jan. 15. 

Altman, Eston, Valdosta, Ga. Peach pitting machine. 
2,585,073, Feb. 12. 

Altman, Eston, Valdosta, Ga. Pear coring machine. 
2,588,790, Mar. 11. 

Altman, Peter, assignor to Continental Motors Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Power plant. 2,595,558, May 6. 

Altmann, George 0„ Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to General 
Aniline & Film Cforporation, New York, N. Y. Insula- 
tion of ferromagnetic particles. 2,597,276, May 20. 

Altmann, George O., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to General 
Aniline &, Film Corporation, New York, N. Y. Produc- 
tion of metal carbonyl powders of small size. 2,612,440, 
Sept. 30. 

Altmann, Josef, Salzburg, Austria. Chimney structure. 
2,591,906, Apr. 8. 

Alton Box Board Company, assignee : See — 
Breyfogle, Roy H. 
Breyfogle, Roy H., and Hollis. 
Hollis, Robert F. 

Alton, Sidney L., Waterdown, Ontario, Canada. Jack 
engaging hub bracket for detachable automobile disk 
wheels. 2,016,665, Nov. 4. 

Altorfer Bros. Company, assignee : See — 
Castricone, John A. 

Altorfer, Hans A., Wauwatosa. assignor to Allis-Chalmers 
Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Gas turbine 
system with means providing for expansion and con- 
traction. 2,592,372, Apr. 8. 

Altorfer, Hans A., Wauwatosa, assignor to Allis-Chalmers 
Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Combustion 
turbine burner. 2.611.651, Sept. 23. 

Altorfer, Hans A., Wauwatosa, assignor to Allis-Chalmers 
Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Compen- 
sated expansion joint. 2,616,255, Nov. 4. 

Altovsky, Vladimir A., and G. Goudet, Paris. France, as- 
signors to International Standard Electric Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Vacuum tube with ultrahigh fre- 
quency. 2,621,304, Dec. 9. 

Altschul, Aaron M., and L. E. Castillon, New Orleans, La., 
assignors to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of Agriculture. Water-soluble 
combination products of gossypol and proteins. 
2,581,342. Jan. 8. 

Altschul, Aaron M., and L. E. Castillon, New Orleans, 
La., assignors to the United States of America as rep- 
resented by the Secretary of Agriculture. Water- 
soluble combination products of gossypol and amino 
acids. 2,582,949, Jan. 22. 
Altschul, Aaron M., M. Z. Condon, and M. G. Lambou, 
New Orleans, La., assignors to the United States of 
America as represented by the Secretary of Agriculture. 
Preventing deterioration of seeds. 2,584,972, Feb. 12. 
Alumiline Corporation, The, assignee : See — 

Kahn, August. 
Aluminex Incorporated, assignee: See — 

Estcy, James R. 
Aluminium Laboratories Limited, assignee : See — 
James, William A. 
Phillips, Norman W. F. 
Schener, Ernst. 
Aluminiumwerke Goettingen G. m. b. H., assignee : See — 

Messerschmidt, Otto. 
Aluminum Air Seal Manufacturing Companv, assignee : 
See — 

Webster, Clifford L. 
Aluminum Company of America, assignee : See — 

Ferner. Warren E., Alexander. Robinson, and Streeter. 

Bobb, Russell V., and Brunger. 

Brown, Ralph W. 

Cochran, William C. 

Edwards. Junius D. 

Fischer, Edward F. 



Aluminum Company of America, assignee : See — Continued. 
Frary, Francis C. 
Gardner, George R. 
Harris, Wesley W., and Brown. 
Kipp, Egbert M. 
Kohl, George C. 
Lyle, John P.. Jr. 
Malms, Maurice W. 
Mears, Robert B. 
Miller, Mike A. 
Noyes. Maxwell E. 
Roberts, Wayne B. 
Russell, Charles R. 
Russell, George F., Jr. 
Short, Herbert M. 
Thomas, John W. 
Traenkner, Frederick O. 
Weir, James, and Dulin. 
Wheeler, Edward M. 
Wray, Robert I., and Roberts. 
Alvare, Nemesio P., Philadelphia, Pa. Self-loading motor 

truck. 2,604,219. July 22. 
Alvarez, Luis W., Belmont, Mass., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of the Navy. Antenna system 
with variable directional characteristic. 2,605,413 
July 29. 
Alvarez, Octavio J., assignor to Alvarez Patent Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Phonograph record. 2,587,427, 
Feb. 26. 
Alvarez Patent Corporation, assignee : See — 

Alvarez, Octavio J. 
Alvarez-Tostado, Claudio, and W. B. Harlow, Palo Alto, 
Calif. Production of silicon sulfide. 2,589,653, Mar. 18. 
Alves, Manuel S., Mount Shasta, Calif. Shingle or shake 

holding jig. 2,620,696, Dec. 9. 
Alvey. Betty A., Ban Bernardino, Calif. Adjustable shower 

apparatus. 2,598,092, May 27. 
Alvey-Ferguson Company, The, assignee : See — 
Smith, Donald P. 
Sullivan, Norman M. 
Alvord. Charles C, assignor to Norton Company, Worces- 
ter, Mass. Plural liquid unit for grinding machines. 
2,595,559. May 6. 
Alvord, Grove D., Indiana, assignor to Syntron Company, 
Homer City, Pa. Liquid solid separator. 2,585,719, 
Feb. 12. 
Alward, Francis, Cambridge, assignor to J. B. Howard, 
trustee, Marblehead, Mass. Method and apparatus for 
controlling the crankcase pressure in Internal-combus- 
tion engines. 2,612,150, Sept. 30. 
Alward, Kenneth J., South Bend, Ind. Hydraulic actu- 
ator. 2, .590,144, Mar. 25. 
Alyea, Harold W., Waukesha, assignor to Johnson Service 
Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Pneumatic relay. 2,601,867 
July 1. 
Amalgamated Tobacco Corporation, Limited, assignee : 
See — 

Treble, Frederick R. 
Amana Refrigeration, Inc., assignee : See — 

Cooper, La Mar S. 
Amanatides, George, New York, N. Y. Upright broiler 
2,581,570. Jan. .'^. f ^ . 

Amar, Shafeek, Minneapolis, Minn. Ice-cutting device 

2,623,149, Dec. 23. 
Amato, Natale S., and W. I. Lambert, Portland, Oreg. 
Antlrattle device for vehicle windows. 2,616,755, 
Nov. 4. 

Amberg Pile and Index Company, assignee : See — 

Amberg. Gilbert W. 
Amberg, Gilbert W,. assignor to Amberg File and Index 

Company, Kankakee, 111. Transparent sheet protector. 

2,592,373, Apr. 8. 
Amberg, Lyle O., Landenberg, Pa., assignor to Hercules 

Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. Preservation of a 

rubber with a terpene modified phenol. 2,606,886, 

Aug. 12, 

Amberg, Walter E., Beverly Shores, Ind., assignor to 
Lily-Tulip Cup Corporation, Chicago. 111. Forming pa- 
per closure members for paper containers. 2,595!046, 
Apr. 29. 

Ambler, Robert R. : See — 

Davis, Edward A., and Ambler. 

Ambler, Robert R., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for 
vulcanizing endless belts. 2.598,655, May 27. 

Amborski, Leonard E., Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Nitric acid treatment of polyethylene terephthalate 
structures. 2,597,557, May 20. 

Ambrose, John, Wind Gap, Pa. Insecticidal powder con- 
tainer and duster. 2.610,432, Sept. 16. 
Ambrosio, Biagio P. : See — 

Luhn, Hans P., Ambrosio, and Dean. 
Amdursk,v, Mark E. : See — 

Szegho, Constantin S., and Amdursky. 
Szegho, Constantin S., Amdursky, and Reed. 
Amdursky, Mark E., Chicago, and T. S. Noskowicz, Wood- 
dale, 111., assignors to The Rauland Corporation. Cath- 
ode-ray tube for color television systems. 2,612.614. 
Sept. 30. 
Amelung, Alexander F., Kansas Citv, Mo. Hook having 
releasable safety locking means. 2,603,524, July 15. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Amend, Jacob E., deceased, Brighton, Colo., by 31. E. 
Amend, administratrix, Brighton, Colo. Beet topping 
machine. 2,596,757, May 13. 
Amend, Marie E., administratrix : See — 

Amend, Jacob E. 
Amer, Myrtle A., Long Beach, Calif. Body supported 

mirror holder device. 2,583,803, Jan. 29. 
American Aggregate Company, assignee : See — 

Ryner, Arthur. 
American Air Filter Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Dahlman, Verner. 
American Airmotive Corporation, assignee : See — 

Hathaway, Orla N. 
American Biltrite Rubber Co. Inc., assignee : See — 

Greenbaum, Arthur. 
American Bitumuls & Asphalt Company, assignee : See — 

Manzer, Donald N. 

McCoy, Paul E. 
American Blower Corporation, assignee : See — 

Beranek, Rudolph B. 

Foley, Raymond B. 

Simmons, Lance L. 
American Bosch Corporation, assignee : See — 

Berlyn, Martin J., and Nystrom. 

Chnuira, Theodore S., and Wood. 

Coe, Frank S. 

High, Carl F. 

Hopkins, William R. 

Nichols, Edwin A. 

Weldy, Robert K. 

Wood, George B., Jr. 
American Box Board Company, assignee : See — 

Anderson, Wilbur G., Jr., and Kohlhepp. 
American Brake Shoe Company, assignee : See — 

Dalrymple, William P. 

Gilbert, Stanley A. 

Mantle, Burr W. 

Olson, Walter J. 

Price, Donald A., Sr. 

Ratkowski, Thomas A. 
American Cabinet Hardware Corporation, assignee : See — 

Borchers. Earl M., and Ahlgren. 

American Can Company, assignee : See — 

Agerton, Joseph T. 

Almgren, August E., and Jakob. 

Alnigren, August E., Jakob, and Goodrich. 

Blakey, John G. 

Brager, Leif N., and Borkmann. 

Cabot. Walter K. 

Calkins, Chauncey L. 

Cummiugs, Roy E. 

Czarnecki, John D. 

Eckman, George E. 

Erb, George C. 

Geertsen, Nelson. 

Greubel, Paul W. 

Heinle, Carl W. 

Heinle, Carl W., and Dobbins. 

Hoffman, Ernest. 

Huntar, Felix, and Frey. 

Jenkins, John G., and Barger. 

Jones, Lyman L. 

Kuehne. Herbert A. 

Maher, William W. 

Melzer, Julius. 

Nordquist, Ronald E. J. 

Odquist, Harold T., and Macoy. 

Paynter, Horace J., and Derrer. 

Pechy, William. 

Pottle. Ralph K. 

Preis, Carl G. 

Preis, Carl G.. and Nordquist. 

Reid, George C, and Jacobs. 

Scibelll. Frank. 

Socke, John E. 

Treleasp, Richard D., Sampson, and Alstrand. 

White, Arthur J. 
American Car and Foundry Company, assignee : See — 

Bradfield, George K., Jr. 

Burgess, Francis T. 

Burnett, William E. 

Clarke, Allen W., and Krautheim. 

Dietrichson. William F. 

Euwer, Herbert D. 

Folmsbee, Clyde H. 

Folmsbee, Clyde H., and Martis. 

Kepner, Robert C. 

Kuhler, Otto A. 

Kuhler, Otto A., and Burnett. 

Martin, Charles L. 

Montgomery, William E. 

Patton, John W.. and Cudini. 

Shields, Robert A. 

Soutar. John. 

Toth, Michael C. 

Udstad, Sigvald F. 

Walsh. Robert, and Kennedy. 

American Carry-Products Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Heideman, Robert C. 

American Cast Iron Pipe Company, assignee : See — 
Moxley, Stephen D. 



American Chain & Cable Company, Inc., assignee : See — ■ 

Bratz, Otto J. 

Gilmore, William J. 

Kistler, Irwin D. 

Sklar, David F. 
American Chemical Paint Company, assignee : See — 

Allen, William \V. 
American Cholesterol Products, Inc., assignee : See — 

Moolten, Sylvan E. 

American Coating Mills Corporation, assignee : See — 

Moore, Lawrence A. 
American Coin Changer Corp., assignee : See — 

York, Ernest E. 
American Crop-Drying Equipment Company, assignee : 
See — 

Andersen, Arthur A., and Mathews. 
American Cyanamid Company, assignee : See — 

Aagaard, Pridtjof. 

Adams, Frederic H. 

Allen, Charles F., and Booth. 

Aim. Alexander V. 

Anderson, George W. 

Anthes, John A., and Dudley. 

Arnow. Peter. 

Baker, Bernard R. 

Banks, Reginald M., and Lahey. 

Bernstein, Seymour, and Antonucci. 

Bernstein, Seymour, and Giaucola. 

Bernstein, Seymour, Giancola, and Sax. 

Bernstein, Seymour, and Sax. 

Booth, Robert B., and Morris. 

Boothe, James H. 

Borstelmann, Joseph L., and Fordemwalt. 

Burnell, Maurice R., and Lynn. 

Cadwell, Leonard E., and Frazier. 

Casebolt, George S. 

Chao, Tsai H., and Wharton. 

Clapp, James W., and Roblin. 

Clapp, Richard C. 

Clapper, Thomas W., and Kinstler. 

Consulich, Donna B. 

Cook, Elmer W. 

Cook, Elmer W., and Moss. 

Cook, Elmer W., Moss, and Hook. 

Cresswell, Arthur. 

Cresswell, Arthur, and Cummings. 

Cresswell, Arthur, and Wizon. 

Daniel, John H., Jr., and Landes. 

Daniel John H., Jr., and Petropoulos. 

Daniel, John H., Jr., Wilson, Hastings, and Landes. 

Davis, Arnold R., and Henderson. 

DeBoer. Carl J. 

Denton, John J., and Schedl. 

Dixon, James K. 

Donofrio, Alfonso M. 

Dudley, James R. 

Dudley, James R.. and Anthes. 

Erickson, John G. 

Erlckson, John G., and Thomas. 

Erickson, John O.. Stamm, and Libby. 

Pahrenbach, Marvin J. 

FlucU, Linton A., and Lynn. 

Frederiksen, Erling. and Nielsen. 

Frederiksen, Erling K., and Nielsen. 

Fordemwalt, Frederick. 

Forzley, Victor G., and Sonnino. 

Gabel, Joseph W., and Loukomsky. 

Germann, Richard P., Hultquist, and Smith. 

Goldman, Angela A., and Waller. 

Goldman Leon. 

Hill, Arthur J., and Maynard. 

Hook, Edwin O., and Cook. 

Hook, Edwin O., and Moss. 

Houpt, Alfred G. 

Hultquist, Martin E., and Howard. 

Hultquist, Martin E., and Smith. 

Julses, Thomas H. 

Kaiser, Donald W. 

Kaiser, Donald W., and Hopper. 

Kienle, Roy H., and Peiker. 

Kienle. Roy H.. and Whitcomb. 

Klapproth, William J., Jr. 

Kropa, Edward L. 

Kropa, Edward L., and Dunne. 

Kropa, Edward L., and Nyquist. 

Kropa, Edward L., and Padbury. 

Kropa, Edward L., and Wohnsiedler. 

Kuh, Erwin. 

Kuh, Erwin, and Stewart. 

Landes, Chester G., and Studeny. 

Lane, Leslie C. 

Lecher, Hans Z.. and Chao. 

Lecher, Hans Z., and Eberhart. 

Lecher, Hans Z., and Whitehouse. 

Lindenfelser, Richard, and Kilthau. 

Long, Robert S., and Tsang. 

Loukomsky. Serge A., and Stearns. 

Lundberg, Lennart A. 

Mackay, Johnston S. 

Malcolm, Wilbur G., and Vance. 

Marsh, Nat H. 

Maxwell, Charles S. 

McSheehy, Justin A., and Raimond. 

Mead, John C, and Schneider. 



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American Cyanamid Company, assignee : See — Continued. 

Mowat, John H., and Waller. 

Nagy, Daniel E. 

Niedercorn, Joseph 6. 

Nolan, Kenneth G., and Fletcher. 

Nyquist, Arthur S. 

Osborne, Jacqueline. 

Padbury, John J., and Kropa. 

Parker. Robert P., Seeger, and Kuh. 

Patterson, Donald G. 

Patterson, Donald G., and Turner. 

Petty, Milton A. 

Pfann, Harry F., and Kropa. 

Pidacks, Charles, and Sieger. 

Pidacks, Charles, and Starbird. 

Pietzsch, Kurt F. 

Price, John A. 

RitBon, Daniel D. 

Royer, George L., and Amick. 

Scalera, Mario, and Stewart. 

Schaefer, Frederic C, and Drechsel. 

Schinutzler, Alfred F. 

Simons, William G. 

Smith, James M., Jr. 

Staram, Robert F. 

Stamm, Robert F., and Mariner. 

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

Stansly, Philip G.. Shepherd, and Winterbottom. 

Stewart, Hugh W. 

Stirn, Frank E., and Taylor. 

Stroh, Grace R. 

Suen, Tzeng J., and Schiller. 

Swainson, Swain J., Herkenhoff, and Lowe. 

Thomas, Walter M., and Kropa. 

Thomas, Walter M., and Price. 

Thurston, Jack T. 

Thurston, Jack T., and Adams. 

Tsang, Sien M. 

Tullsen, Volney. 

Tullsen, Volney, and Pfeiffer. 

Turner, Richard J. 

Van Order, Robert B. 

Vaughan, James R., Jr. 

Waletzky, Emanuel, and Bliznick. 

Waller, Coy W., and Mowat. 

Weidenheimer, Joseph F., and Reed. 

West, Herbert J. 

Whitehouse, Karl C., and Lecher. 

Wilson, Lucius H., and Landes. 

Wilson, Lucius H.. Landes, and Maxwell. 

Wohnsledler, Henry P., and Kropa. 

Wohnsiedler, Henry P., Kropa, and Thomas. 

Young, Richard W. 
American Cystoscope Makers, Inc., assignee : See — 

Galler, William. 

Held, Joseph E. 

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

Graliiini, William K., Jr., and Chrisman. 

Graham, William R., Jr.. Kohler, and Hoover. 

Turner, Charles W. 

Turner, Charles W., and Reineke. 
American Defibrator Inc., assignee : See — • 

Messing, Hjalmar S. 

American District Telegraph Company, assignee : See — 
MacDonald, Leslie A., and Mancke. 

American Electrical Heater Company, assignee : See — 
Thomas, Laurence H., and Kuhn. 

American Electro-Mechanics, assignee : See — 
Maltz, Max L. 

American Engineering Company, assignee : See — 
Mldgette, Ernst L. 

American Bnka Corporation, assignee : See — 

Griset, Ernest J., Jr. 

Henry, William V. 

Jackson. Arthur L. 

Kayser, Guillaume M. A., Meys, and van Dijk. 

Rutgers. Ulrich J. 

V. Nes, Robbert, and Lelij. 

Van Nouhuys, Herman L. 
American Envelope Company, The, assignee : See — 

Showalter, Frank W. 
American Felt Company, assignee : See — 

Boeddinghaus, Hugo P., Freyer, and Sanford. 

Freyer, Bela, and Sanford. 

Robbins, Ralph I., and Freyer. 

American Floor Surfacing Machine Company, The, as- 
signee : Sec — 

Dolan, Francis D. 
American Forging and Socket Company, assignee : See — 

Rhodes. Albert J. 

Watts, Daniel M., and Brown. 

American Gas Accumulator Company, assignee : See — 
Oestnaes, Victor L. 

American Gas Association. Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Hall, Edwin L. 

American Hair & Felt Company, assignee : See — 
Clements, Arthur L. 

American Hard Rubber Company, assignee : See — 
Reppert, Roland. 



American Hardware Corporation, The, assignee : See — 

McConnell, Frank. 

Welch, Nicholas A. 

Welch, Nicholas A., and Zeigenhein. 
American Home Foods, Inc., assignee : See — 

Schermerhorn, George R., Sr., and Hinz. 
American Home Products Corporation, assignee : See — 

Kern, Charles J., Antoshkiw, and Maiese. 
American Hospital Supply Corporation, assignee : See — 

Erikson, Eben W. 

Johnson, Roy. 
American Instrument Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

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

Russell, Richard F. 

Smith, Cecil H. 
American Laundry Machinery Company, The, assignee : 
See — 

Creswick, Edward A., and Johnson. 

Johnson, Oscar W. 

Rowland. Frederick W. 

Huebsch, Monte F. 
American Linen Supply Co., assignee : See — 

Birr, Rudolph G. 

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

Beimel. Henr.v L. 

Davis, Elmer "W. 

McCarthy, Charles S. 

Stackhouse, Francis D., Jr. 
American Locomotive Company, assignee : See — 

Cooke, Edward F., Jr. 

Fryer. Ross L., Jr. 

Nichols, William M. 

Vaughn, Paul S. 
American Machine & Foundry Company, assignee : See — 

Beutel. Robert J. 

Broekhuysen, William C. 

Clark. Joseph C. 

Frye, Sanders A. 

Hasquist. Gustaf E. 

Jacobus, David D. 

Jensen, Thormod. 

Larsen. Carl H. 

Millnian. Jacob, and Stabler. 

Nejedly. Peter M., and Johansson. 

Patterson, Morehead. 

Pedersen, Mathias. 

Pohl, Ernest E. 

Rumsey, Rollin D. 

Rundell, Rupert E. 

Schmidt. Gottfried J. 

Smith, Ernest F. 

Sowa. Frank J. 
American Machine and Metals, Inc., assignee : See — 

Buffenmyer, Wayne L. 

Buss, Benjamin A., and Miller. 

Le Van, Ambrose E. 

Terwelp, Edward J., and Waggett. 

Widigen. Albert F. 
American Manufacturing Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Croston. Edward L. 
American Marsh Pumps. Inc., assignee : See — 

Barton, Benjamin D. 
American Metal Company, Ltd., The, assignee : See — 

Ednie, James F. 

Gebler, Kenneth A. 

Graves. Ritson H., and Ednie. 
American Metal Products Company, assignee : See — 

Haberstump. Alfred H. 
American Meter Company, assignee : See — 

Gray, Robert B. 
American Meter Company, Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Menkemeller, Raymond. 
American MonoRail Company, The. assignee : See — 

Becker, Francis N., and de V. Miller. 

Moore, Ralph T 

Simon, Andrew B. 
American Muffler Co.. assignee : See — 

Jloore. Harvey G., and KarpofC. 
American-National Bag & Burlap Co., Inc., assignee : 
See — 

Spitz, Isidor. 
American National Bank and Trust Company of Chicago, 
administrator : See — 

Coombs. Leslie W. 
American National Dispensing Co., assignee : See — 

Price, Richard D. 
American Optical Company, assignee : See — 

Barnes. Robert B. 

Barringtbn, John W. 

Beitz. Richard C. 

Bergmann. Andrew M. 

Bernheim, Daniel P., and Silverberg. 

Cole, Henry B. 

Critoph, David I. 

Critoph. David I., Herrmann, and Wolford. 

Davis. John K. 

De Revev. Arpad G. 

Ellis. Charles A. 

Ellis, Charles A., and Cole. 

Gile, Richard M. 

Gradisar, Albin A. 
Grosvenor, Benjamin. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



American Optical Company, assignee : See — Continued. 

Gunning, William A., and Favre. 

Jardon, Ifritz W. 

Jardon, Fritz W., and Bennett. 

Johnson, John O. 

Mahler, Joseph. 

Marsters. Alton K. 

Moulton, Harold R. 

Moulton, Harold R., and Mahler. 

Moulton, Harold R., and Tillyer. 

Noelle, Conrad J. 

Pincus. Alexis G. 

Polanyi, Michael L. 

Reardon. Joseph D., and Peters. 

Rosenthal, Paul. Polanyi, and Gottlieb. 

Royce, Virginia B. 

Schauweker. George H. 

Schmidt, William J. 

Splaine, Edward M. 

Thorburn, Milton R. 

Tillyer, Edgar D., and Bennett. 
American Ozone Company, assignee : See — 

Daily, James M. 
American Perforator Company, The, assignee : See — 

Anderson. John R. 
American Phenolic Corporation, assignee : See — 

Klostermann, Curt W. 

Quackenbush, Edward C. 
American Pipe and Construction Co., assignee : See — 

Butler, Adolf G. 

Jenkins, Fred P. 

Jobe. Herman T. 

Rankin, Donald H., and Little. 

Whiting, William A. 
American Pipe & Steel Corporation, assignee : See — 

Cadwell, Ralph K. 
American Pop Corn Company, assignee : See — 

Smith, Howard C. 
American Potash & Chemical Corporation, assignee : See — 

Lundy, Daniel. 

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

Christian, Joseph D. 

Williams, William A. 
American Reenforced Paper Company, assignee : See — 

Stevenson, Allan B., and Cannard. 
American Register Company, assignee : See — 

Nyman, Harold G. 
American Rice Growers Cooperative Association, as- 
signee : See — 

Cassidy, Millard M., and Nawry. 
American Safety Table Co., Inc., assignee : See — 

Smith, Truman E. 

Voigt, Max T. 
American Scientific Laboratories. Inc., assignee : See — 

Eriksen, Sivery, and White. 
American Sealcone Corporation, assignee : See — 

Merkle, Alfred. 
American Seating Company, assignee : See — 

Barecki. Chester J. 

Gielow, George P., and Edwards. 

Hoven, Alfred C, and Nordmark. 

Hoven, Alfred C. Nordmark, and Huhta. 

Hoven, Alfred C, Nordmark. and Lindberg. 

Merrill, Ralpla K., Hoven, and Nordmark. 

Morgan. Erving B. 

Morgan, Erving B., and Plachecki. 

Nordmark. Walter E. 

Nordmark. Walter E., Miller, and Poel. 

Patterson, Robert C. 

American Security and Trust Company, executor : See — 

Custis. James B. G., and Post. 
American Ship Building Company. The, assignee : See — 

Kestner. Matthew W. and H. M. 
American Specialty Company, The, assignee : See — 

Griswold, Donald W., and Eicket. 

American Speedlight Corporation, assignee : See — 
Parker. Harry L. 

American Steel and Wire Company of New Jersey. The, 
assignee : See — 
Bachman, Fred E. 
Baselt. Walter H. 
Cope. Harold. 
Cottrell. Robert B. 
Febrey, Harold H. 
Greenawalt, Elmer J. 
Kinne, Edmund P. 
Leonard. William E. 
Light, David M. 
Neumann, Otto W.. and O'Neil. 
Sedawick. Robert K. 
Tack. Carl E. 
Watts, Raymond. 

American Steel Foundries, assignee : See — 
Bachman, Fred E. 
Baselt, Walter H. 
Clasen, Claus J. W. 
Cottrell, Robert B. 
Flesch, John E. 
Kayler, Frank H. 
Lehrman, Leo A. 



American Steel Foundries, assignee : See — Continued. 

Schlegel, Walter L., Jr. 

Sedgwick, Robert K. 

Tack, Carl E. 

Watts, Raymond. 

Whitney, Loren L. 
American Sterilizer Company, assignee : See — 

Alexander, Horace W. 

Jewell, Raymond L. 

Jewell, Raymond L., and Dyckes. 

Jewell, Raymond L., and Freese. 
American Telephone and Telegraph Company, assignee : 
See — 

Clos, Charles. 

Perry, Donald B. 

Shepherd, Judson O. 

Shepherd, Judson O'D. 

American Theatre Supply Corporation, assignee : See — 

Pinanski, Samuel. 
American Throttle Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Griffin, Joseph F. 

American Time Products, Inc., assignee : See — 

Dostal, Frank. 
American Tobacco Company, The, assignee : See — 

Schoenbaum. Alexander W.. and Ashworth. 

Wray, William E. 
American Tool & Machine Co., assignee : See — 

ThoU, John E. 

American Tool Works, The, assignee : See — 

Hery, Vincent D., and Rich. 
American Tool Works Company, The, assignee : See — 

Hoelscher, William G. 

Turchan, Manuel, and Hoelscher. 
American Totalisator Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Jlontgomery, John R. 

American Truck and Body Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Seidle Ralph E. 
American Trust Company, executor : See — 

Sweetland, Ernest J. 
American Type Founders, Inc., assignee : See — 

Hernbiad, Nils G. 

Pollock, Willard M. 
American Union Transport, Inc., assignee : See — 

Otter, Richard M. 
American Viscose Corporation, assignee : See — 

Allen. George M. 

Anglada, Joseph A. 

Bailiff, Fred H., and Wicker. 

Battista, Orlando A. 

Bauer, Ernest K. 

Bauer, Ernest K., and James. 

Bolger, Paul E. 

Brillhart, William O. 

Castellan, Carl A. 

Chaney, David W. 

Conti, John D. 

Cornwell, Ralph T. K. 

Cornwell, Ralph T. K., and Zender. 

Crawley, William P. 

Dalton, Hasten R. 

Davis, Joseph C, Cornwell, and Hansen. 

De Brabander, Camiel. 

Derk, Charles W. 

Detwiler, George T. 

Dooley, William P. 

Francis, Carleton S., Jr. 

Fry, Horace P., Jr. 

Furness, William H. 

Gollong, Richard J. 

Goodwin, Chester H. 

Gu.y. Warren H. 

Haley, Hugh D. 

Hanse, William C. 

Heffelfinger, Robert D. 

Heffplfinger, Robert D., and Truitt. 

Hoxie, Howard M. 

Johnson, Thomas H., and Thompson. 

Knopp, Wallace A. 

Knopp, Wallace A., and Nash. 

Koster. Frederick W.. and Oberly. 

Kulp, Maurice P., and Vandenburgh. 

Kunz, Walter B. 

Luttge, William G. 

MacHenry, Richard. 

MacHenry, Richard, and Martin. 

McDermott, Henry J. 

McGinn, James B. 

Merion, Howard D., and McDermott. 

Miles. .John A. 

Miller, Hugh, and Kreamer. 

Milne, David T. 

Nellis, Adin A., Jr. 

Oberlv. Louis A. 

O'Malley, Thomas R. 

Pearson, Frank G. 

Peterson, Leroy B., and Dart. 

Richter, George A., Jr. 

Roberts, Ingham S. 

Sarver. Landon A. 

Schappel, Joseph W. 

Shearer, Howard E. 

Sisson, Wayne A. 

Spence, Harry R., Jr. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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American Viscose Corporation, assignee : See — Continued. 
Steinfeld, Hans K. 
Stanley, Rictiard W., and Lowe. 
Tingley, Arthur N. 
Truitt, Joseph A. 
Walmsley, Leslie L. 
Wicker, Dan B., Yehling, and Moody. 
Yourtee, John A. 
American Vitos Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Vitoux, Marcel. 
American Water Works Company, Incorporated, assignee : 
See — 

Murphy.John B. 
American Wheelabrator & Equipment Corporation, as- 
signee : See — 
Straub, John C. 
American Windshield & Specialty Co., The, assignee : See — 

Gaetano, Lawrence J. 
American Woolen Company, assignee : See — 

Dunn, Harold C. 
American Zinc, Lead & Smelting Company, assignee : See — 
Calbeck, John H. 
Maclntlre, Walter H. 
Amering, Charles F. : jSee — 

Yackel, Edward C, and Amering. 
Amerio, Pasquale, Hasbrouck Heights, N. J. Freezing 

apparatus. 2,608,069, Aug. 26. 
Amersil Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Lefebvre, Fred L. 
Amerslav, Andrew F., Minneapolis, Minn. Folded sheet 

dispenser. 2,602,013, July 1. 
Ames, B. C, Co., assignee : See — ■ 

Ames, Warren. 
Ames, Butler, Boston, Mass. Electrical cooking appa- 
ratus. 2,581,343. Jan. 8. 
Ames, Butler, Boston, Mass. Apparatus for use in cook- 
ing food. 2,601,850, July 1. 
Ames, Butler, Boston, Mass. Utensil lifter. 2,607,619, 

Aug. 19. 
Ames, Butler, Boston, Mass. Apparatus for distilling by 

radiant energy. 2,616,839, Nov. 4. 
Ames, Butler, Boston, Mass. Electrically energized cooker. 

2,617,008, Nov. 4. 
Ames, Butler, Boston, Mass. Baking. 2,621,616. Dec. 16. 
Ames, Butler, Boston, Mass. Walkabout. 2,621,707, Dec. 

16. 
Ames Crosta Mills & Company Limited, assignee : See — 

Bolton, James F. 
Ames, Fletcher, Palo Alto, assignor to Ames Harris 
Neville Co., San Francisco, Calif. Cam actuated bag 
closure mechanism. 2,599,738, June 10. 
Ames, H. Sterling, assignee : See — 
Jackson. William J. R. 

Ames Harris Neville Co., assignee : See — 
Ames. Fletcher. 

Ames, Robert G., assignor of one-fifth to G. W. Williamsi, 
one-fourth to S. Ames, Burlingame. Calif., one-tenth 
to L. H. W. Aull, one-tenth to K. A. Williams, and one- 
tenth to G. W. Williams. III. Mastic applying and 
corner finishing tool. 2,594.606, Apr. 29. 

Ames, Stanley, assignee : See — 
Ames, Robert 6. 

Ames, Walter F., Jr., assignee : See — 
Meyers, Albert E. 

Ames, Warren, Newton, assignor to B. C. Ames Co., 
Waltham, Mass. Opposed contact distance measure. 
2,605,551, Aug. 5. 

Ames, Warren, Newton, assignor to B. C. Ames Co., 
Waltham, Mass. Gauge. 2,608,947, Sept. 2. 

Amey, Georges, Les Loges en Josas, assignor to Societe 
Anonyme dite : Automobiles Industriels Latll. Suresnes, 
France. Tractor coupling arrangement. 2,593,645, Apr. 
22. 

Amiard. Gaston : jSee — 

Velluz, L^on, and Amiard. 
Velluii, Iv(5on. Amiard, and Bartos. 

Amick, Chester A. : See — 

Royer, George L., and Amick. 

Amick, Erwin H., Jr., Linden, N. J., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Modified weak-acid iso- 
propanol process. 2.009,400, Sept. 2. 

Amlco, Joseph A., Rochester, N. Y. Arch support. 
2,613,455, Oct. :4. 

Amico, Joseph A., Rochester, N. Y. Arch support and 
metatarsal pad. 2,613,456. Oct. 14. 

Amico, Salvatore F., East Boston, assignor to Sylvania 
Electric Products Inc., Salem, Mass. Crystal amplifier 
device. 2,615,965. Oct. 28. 

Amiet, Oscar. La Chaux de Fonds, assignor to Mistress 
A. Murbach. Colombier, Switzerland. Collet feed 
mechanism for automatic cutting machines. 2,583.314, 
Jan. 22. 

Amiet, Oscar, La Chaux de Fondg. Switzerland, assignor 
to Mistress A. Murback. Automatic cutting machine. 
2,594,708, Apr. 29. 

Amino Acids, Inc.. assignee : See — 

Trexler, Philip C. 
Amity Leather Products Co., assignee : jSee — • 

JefCery, David B. 

Weiss. Arnold A. 
Ammerall, Albert J. : See — 

Farls. Harold P., and Ammerall. 



Ammerall, Albert J., assignor to Mohawk Carpet Mills, 
Inc., Amsterdam, N. Y. Tension device. 2,614,773, 
Oct. 21. 
Amm^I-Dent. Inc., assignee : See — 

Lewis, John B., and Kenner. 
Ammlung, Louis C, Jr., assignor to Philco Corporation, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Phonograph tone arm supporting and 
adjusting arrangement. 2,587,677, Mar. 4. 
Ammon, Justin G., Rehoboth Beach, Del. Fishing plug. 

2,616,206, Nov. 4. 
Ammon, Millard G. : See — 

Mclntvre. Glenn H.. and Ammon. 
Ammon, Roscoe A., Manchester, N. H., assignor to Contact, 
Inc., Cambridge, Mass. Soldering tweezers. 2,623,152, 
Dec. 23. 
Amo, Claude J.. Ogdensburg, N. Y. Two compartment 

mailbox. 2,583,623, Jan. 29. 
Amo. Claude J., Ogdensburg, N. Y. Combination lock. 

2,584,655. Feb. 5. 
Amon, Charles M., Youngstown, Ohio. Resilient switch 

crank. 2,585,211 Feb. 12. 
Amonsen, George H., Minneapolis. Minn. Power trans- 
mission mechanism. 2.589,032. Mar. 11. 
Amori, Joseph A., San Jose, Calif. Fruit handling appa- 
ratus. 2,622,719, Dec. 23. 
Amorino, Victor A., West New York, and L. C. Bizzarro, 
Long Branch, N. J. Culinary implement for applying 
spread to foodstuffs. 2.581,745. Jan. 8. 
Amoroso, John R., Brooklyn, N. Y. Protective buffer for 

children. 2,621,327, Dec. 16. 
Amos, James L., assignor to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pany, Midland, Mich. Preparing vinylidene chloride. 
2,610,214, Sept. 9. 
Amos, James L., J. L. McCurdy, and A. W. Hanson, as- 
signors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. 
Production of molding granules. 2,601,200, June 17. 
Amos, James L., and L. H. Silvernail, Midland, and F. J. 
Soderquist, Essexville. assignors to The Dow Chemical 
Company, Midland, Mich. Preparation of a dehydro- 
genation catalyst. 2,603,610, July 15. 
Amoskeag Machine Co., assignee : See — 

Zindt, Albert. 
Amour, James, Frackville, Pa. Coal cleaning machine 

2,604.990, July 29. 
Ampco Metal. Inc., assignee : See — 

Klement. John F. 
Ampex Electric Corporation, assignee : See — 

Lindsay, Harold W. 
Ampro Corporation, assignee : See — 
Barany, Edmund. 
Barany, Edmund, and Sackter. 
Bauman, Harold W., and Sackter. 
Kuhlow. Herbert F. 
Eess, Thomas I. 
Ams, Max, Machine Company, The, assignee : See — 

Diezel, Willy H. 
Amsel, Lawrence, Philadelphia, Pa. Educational toy. 

2,612,708. Oct. 7. 
Amsler, Alfred J., & Co., assignee : See — 
Falk, Olaf. 
Russenberger, Max. 
Amsler, Rudolf, assignor to Schweizerische Industrie- 
Gesellschaft, Neuhausen on Rheinfall. Switzerland. 
Variable delivery positive displacement. 2,591,491, 
Apr. 1. 
Amstutz. Arnold : See. — 

Thommen, Hans, and Amstutz. 
Amstutz, Christian B., Clawson, Mich. Boring bar holder. 

2,594,532. Apr. 29. 
Amstutz. Edward D., Bethlehem, Pa., assignor to The 
Wm. S. Merrell Company. Cincinnati, Ohio. 2-amino-7- 
heterocyclicaminothioxanthenes. 2,592,529, Apr. 15. 
Amstutz, Edward D., Bethlehem, Pa., assignor to The Wm. 
S. Merrell Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Mono-N- 
heterocyclic derivatives of 4,4'-diaminodiphenvlsulfone. 
2,602,790, July 8. 
Amy, Aceves & King, Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Amy, Ernest V., and Aceves. 
Amy, Ernest V., Atlantic Beach, and J. G. Aceves, as- 
signors to Amy, Aceves & King, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Antenna system. 2,611.086, Sept. 16. 
Amyot, Pierre, Quebec, Quebec, Canada. Stiffened woven 

fabric. 2,609,013, Sept. 2. 
Anacabe. Frank : See — 

Gaviola, Prank, and Anacabe. 
Anaconda Copper Mining Company, assignee : See — 
Graham. Thomas K.. and Etterer. 
Myhre. John S. 
Anaconda Wire and Cable Company, assignee : See — 
Benton, William H., Jr. 
Ebel. Lawrence C. 
Greenfield, Eugene W., and Widmer. 
Rosch, Samuel J. 

Snyder, Clermont J., and MacLelland. 
Ananson, Richard D., Stirling, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to H. Tashjian, Paterson, N. J., J. Begian and 
P. Cohn, executors of said H. Tashjian, deceased. Sup- 
port. 2,610.014. Sept. 9. 
Ancet, Victor M. J.. Lvon, France. Lint collector for cir- 
cular looms. 2.582,092. Jan. 8. 
Ancet, Victor M. J., Lvon, France. Circular loom. 

2,601,358, June 24. 
Ancet. Victor M. J., Lyon, France. Circular loom. 
2,601,871, July 1. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



See- 



See — 



Holder for lady's 



Anchor Brake Corporation, assignee : See — 

Stocker, Alfred E. 
Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation, assignee : 
Fouse, Frederick Z. 
Gora, Henry Z. 
Stover, Harry E. 
Von Hofen, Edward L. 
Anchor Manufacturing Company, assignee : 
Foskett. Kenneth H. 
Johansson, Ernest G. 
Anchor Products Company, assignee : See — 

Brown, Percy M. 
Anciens Etablissements Barbier-Benard & Turenne, as- 
signee : See — 

Bgnard. Christian L. G. 
Anciens Etablissements E. Velut (Soci6t6 & Responsabilitg 
Limitge), assignee: See — 
Velut, Rene. 
Ancor Corporation, assignee : See — 

Archibald. Frederick R. 
Andale Company, assignee : See — 

McNeal, Daniel R. 
Andary, Sarah S., Winter Park, Fla. 
make-up articles. 2,609,578, Sept. 9. 
Anderau, Walter : See — 

Riat, Henri. Anderau, Wegmann, Mayer, and Menzi. 
Anderau, Walter, assignor to Ciba Limited, Basel, Switzer- 
land. Tetrakisazo dyestuffs. 2,602,788, July 8. 
Anderau, Walter, assignor to Ciba Limited, Basel Switzer- 
land. Azo dyestuffs. 2,617,797, Nov. 11. 
Anderegg, Frederick O., Somerville, N. J., assignor to John 
B. Pierce Foundation, New York, N. Y. Dehumidifying 
system. 2,588.339, Mar. 11. 
Anderegg, Frederick O., Somerville, N. J., assignor to John 
B. Pierce Foundation, New York, N. Y. Dehumidifica- 
tion system for buildings. 2.601,905, July 1. 
Anderle, Joseph A., Westerleigh. assignor to Lorentzen 
Hardware Mfg. Corp., New York, N. Y. Venetian blind 
construction. 2,592,995. Apr. 15. 
Andermatt, Carl, assignor to Luwa, S. A., Zurich, Switzer- 
land. Cooling and sealing means for disk atomizer 
shafts. 2,584,973, Feb. 12. 
Andermatt, Carl, assignor to Luwa, S. A., Zurich. Switzer- 
land. Apparatus for atomizing fluids. 2,587,083, 
Feb. 26. 
Anders. Harley S., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Apparatus for removing 
iron impurities from fluid streams. 2,607.492, Aug. 19. 
Anders, Johann, Vienna, assignor to C. Schember & Sohne, 
Bruckenwaagen und Maschinenfabriken A. G., Vienna- 
Atzgersdorf, Austria. Electrically controlled Indicator 
for scales. 2,617,871, Nov. 11. 
Andersen, Alford L., Jr. : ;See — 

Kaiser, Emil, Andersen, and Svarz. 
Andersen. Anders K. K., Stenstrup, and T. Rosenstand, 
Elevator for harvesting machines. 



Korinth, Denmark. 
2,606.647, Aug. 12. 

Andersen, Arthur A., 
Cary, assignors to 
Company, Crystal 
heater. 2,604,312. 

Andersen, Arthur A. 



Crystal Lake, and B. C. Mathews. 
American Crop-Drying Equipment 
Lake. 111. Crop drying type air 
July 22. 
Crystal Lake, and B. C. Mathews. 



Chicago, assignors to American Crop-Drying Equipment 
Company, Crystal Lake, 111. Crop drier and unloader. 
2,613,452, Oct. 14. 

Andersen, Arthur O. : See — 

Miner. Robert G.. and Andersen. 
Andersen, Bjorn : See — 

Schneider. George, and Andersen. 
Andersen, Carl N., BriarelifC Manor, N. Y. Product of re- 
acting an aryl mercuric salt, a lower aliphatic amine 
and either formamide or acetamide and disinfectant 
compositions comprising the same. 2,619,446, Nov. 25. 
Andersen, Chris S. : See — 

Hancock, Robert D., Williams, Hagen, and Andersen. 
Andersen, Emil, assignor to Century Engineering Co., 
Chicago, 111. Bag closure -ndth label. 2,620,120, Dec. 2. 
Andersen, Johannes : See — • 

Christensen, Holger S., Otzen, Weitemeyer, and An- 
dersen. 
Andersen, Raymond C, Lombard, assignor to Chicago 
Metal Hose Corporation. Maywood, 111. Tubemaking 
machine. 2.595,747. May 6. 
Andersen, Raymond C, Lombard, assignor to Chicago 
Metal Hose Corporation. Maywood, 111. Welding method 
and apparatus. 2.612,580, Sept. 30. 

Andersen, Rolf, Copenhagen, Denmark. Vapor-compres- 
sion distillation. 2,619,453, Nov. 25. 

Anderson, Abner L., Fairfield, Iowa, assignor to St. Paul 
Foundry & Manufacturing Co., St. Paul, Minn. Table 
saw with part of the table swingably and laterally 
adjustable. 2,601,878, July 1. 

Anderson. Alexander, assignor to Anderson. Boyes & Com- 
pany Limited, Motherwell, Scotland. Mining machine. 
2.592,996. Apr. 15. 

Anderson, Alva E., Mountainside, and R. L. Trent, Far 
Hills, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Bistable circuit. 
2.622.212. Dec. 16. 

Anderson, Andrew, Milwaukee, Wis. Mop handle with 
relatively rotatable hand grips. 2.619,368, Nov. 25. 

Anderson, Annie H., administratrix : See — 
Anderson, Oscar R. 



Sleeve for hydraulic 
N. Y. Stanchion. 



Anderson, Arthur B., Portland, Oreg. Producing extrac- 
tive materials from living trees. 2.612,000, Sept. 30. 

Anderson, Arthur C, San Leandro, Calif. Drapery 
shaper. 2,621,728, Dec. 16. 

Anderson, Arthur H., Lakeville, Minn. Valve grinder. 
2,618,105, Nov. 18. 

Anderson, Arvid A., West Allis, assignor to Safway Steel 
Products, Inc., Milwaukee, Wis. Multicrop tube shear. 
2,620,030, Dec. 2. 

Anderson, Arvid J. : See — 

Anderson, Enfred W. and A. J. 

Anderson, August W., Lantana, Fla. 
push rods. 2,608,450, Aug. 26. 

Anderson, Austin E., Jamestown, 
2,591,766. Apr. 8. 

Anderson, Axel G., assignor to K-P Manufacturing Co., 
Minneapolis. Minn. Oil can. 2,595,118, Apr. 29. 

Anderson, Belle, Chicago, 111. Identification and itinerary 
record holder for wrist wear. 2,599,311, June 3. 

Anderson, Berger : See — 

Heckard, Clifford L., and Anderson. 

Anderson, Boyd C, St. Marys, Ohio. Fishnet. 2,584,530, 
Feb. 5. 

Anderson, Boyes & Company Limited, assignee : See — 
Anderson, Alexander. 

Anderson, Bror G., South Glastonbury, assignor to United 
Aircraft Corporation, East Hartford, Conn. Engine 
mount attachment. 2,591,393, Apr. 1. 

Anderson, Bryan, assignor of one-half to M. L. Parcells, 
Columbus. Mont. Flexible and expansible tire chain 
applier. 2,581,225, Jan. 1. 

Anderson, Carl A., Cranston, assignor to Anson, Inc., 
Providence, R. I. Billfold. 2,597.967. May 27. 

Anderson, Carl E., Manasquan, assignor to Eastern Tool 
& Mfg. Co., Belleville, N. J. Garment buckle. 2,607,970, 
Aug. 26. 

Anderson, Carl H., Minneapolis, Minn. Toilet accessory 
for house pets. 2,584,656, Feb. 5. 

Anderson, Carl P., assignor to Kleinschmidt Laboratories, 
Inc., Highland Park, 111. Variable-speed governor. 
2,617,904, Nov. 11. 

Anderson, Carl R. : See — 

Hohnke, John H., and Anderson. 
Perker, Henry J., and Anderson. 

Anderson, Carroll R., assi.snor to Munsingwear, Inc., Min- 
neapolis. Minn. Foundation garment and element there- 
for. 2,608.078, Aug. 20. 

Anderson, Charles F., Decorah, 
device. 2.587,272, Feb. 26. 

Anderson, Charles H. J. : See — 
Van Werd, Johannes H. F., 

Anderson, Clare. Kinnelon, N. J. 
anism. 2,.590.365, Mar. 25. 

Anderson, Clare, Kinnelon, 
2,609,238. Sept. 2. 

Anderson, Clarence A., Dearborn, Mich, 
ing unit. 2,618,734, Nov. 18. 

Anderson, Clarence D. : See — 

Thomas, James E., and Anderson. 

Anderson Company, The, assignee : See— 
Smulski, Theodore J. 

Anderson, David E.. Shaker Heights, assignor to Thompson 
Products, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Mounting for supple- 
mentary feed device for internal-combustion engines. 
2.603,466. July 15. 

Anderson, David E., Shaker Heights, assignor to Thompson 
Products. Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Dual carburetor. 
2.611.592. Sept. 23. 

Anderson. David E., Shaker Heights, assignor to Thomp- 
son Products. Inc.. Cleveland, Ohio. Supplementary 
fluid feed device with automatic tandem metering valves. 
2.611,.594. Sept 23. 

-■i^nderson Die Casting & Engineering Corporation, as- 
signee : See — 

Bennett, James C. 

Anderson. Douglas A. : See — 

Keene. Howard B.. Anderson, and Aldrich. 

Anderson, Dovle. Fort Wayne. Ind. Grapple for handling 
barrels. 2.589.918. Mar. 18. 

Anderson, Earl I., Manhasset, N. Y., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Antenna filter. 2,580,389, 
Jan. 1. 

Anderson, Earl W., Los Angeles. Calif. Automatic electric 
time switch mechanism. 2.619,169, Nov. 25. 

Anderson, Edmund B., Rockford, assignor to Borg-Warner 
Corporation, Chicago. 111. Sealing universal joint as- 
semblies. 2,598,749, June 3. 

Anderson. Edmund B., Rockford, assignor to Borg-Warner 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Spline joint. 2,605,622, 
Aug. 5. 

Anderson, Edward B., Baltimore, Md. Oil filter. 
2,601.925. .Tulv 1. 

Anderson. Edward G. O., West Wickham, G. G. Blundell, 
Ealing, London, and J. E. Rhys-.Tones, Iver. assignors 
to Scophony-Baird Limited, London, and The Plessey 
Company Limited, Ilford. England. Aerial for very 
high frequency radio receivers. 2,611,082, Sept. 16. 

Anderson, Edward P. : See — - 

Rylsky. Gregory V., and Anderson. 

Anderson, Edward P., Rutherford, assignor to 
Englehard. Inc., Newark, N. J. Automatic 
system. 2.602.916, July 8. 

Anderson. Edwin E. : See — 

Anderson, Frank P.. E. E.. and E. L. 



Iowa. Article sorting 

and Anderson. 
Oscillatory timing mech- 

N. J. Sprayer nozzle. 

Induction heat- 



Charles 
control 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



23 



Anderson. Einar H., Joliet, 111. Two-stage jaw crusher. 
2,595,219. May 6. 

Anderson, Emil, Briarcllff Manor, N. Y., assignor to Elec- 
trolux Corporation, Old Greenwich, Conn. Floor polish- 
ing device. 2,609,555, Sept. 9. 

Anderson, Emil, BriarclifE Manor, New York, N. Y., as- 
signor to Electrolux Corporation, Old Greenwich, Conn. 
Extendible and collapsible filter bag. 2.621,757, D§c. 16. 

Anderson, Emitt S., and A. B. Haley, Kenora, Ontario, 
Canada, assignors to Minnesota and Ontario Paper Com- 
pany, Minneapolis, Minn. Pulp screen flow pipe. 
2,584,247. Feb. 5. 



Anderson, Enfred W. and A. 

chair. 2,613,729, Oct. 14. 
Anderson, Enfred W. and A. 

chair. 2,613,730, Oct. 14. 
Anderson, Enfred W. and A. 



J., Norway, Mich. Folding 

J., Norway, Mich. Folding 

J., Norway, Mich. Locking 
brace for folding legs of tables. 2,621,992, Dec. 16. 

Anderson, Eric M., Westbrook, Maine, assignor to Utilities 
Distributors, Inc. Bottling equipment. 2,602,301, 
July 8. 

Anderson, Ernest H., Jamestown, N. Y. Spring and mat- 
tress support for beds and the like. 2.595,321. May 6. 

Anderson, Ervie J., assignor of fifty per cent to j' E. 
Anderson, Sheldon, Iowa. Foldable harrow trailer. 
2 620,200, Dec. 2. 

Anderson, Eugene J., New Orleans, La., assignor to Eheem 
Manufacturing Company, Richmond, Calif. Apparatus 
for processing surfaces of cylindrical articles and the 
like. 2,613,631, Oct. 14. 

Anderson, Florence B., assignor to Miller Meters, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Coin box for coin-operated machines. 
2.604,259, July 22. 

Anderson, Floyd W., and S. B. Hill, Kankakee, assignors 
to Sears, Roebuck and Co., Chicago, 111. Overtravel con- 
trol apparatus for hvdraulically controlled agricultural 
implements.' 2,591,492, Apr. 1. 

Anderson, Frank A., Chicago, 111. Vehicle door closing 
" ■ 2,610,084, Sept. 9. 

Frank P., E. E., and R. L., Spokane. Wash, 



device. 

Anderson, 
Freight 
Jan. 1. 

Anderson, 



loading and unloading truck. 2,580,501, 



, Fred G., Milford, Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Oscillating electric fan and power 
supply means therefor. 2,615,619, Oct. 28. 

Anderson, Frederic W., Lynbrook. assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Cur- 
rent supply apparatus. 2,619,626, Nov. 25. 

Anderson, George W., Darien, Conn., assignor to American 
Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Preparing amides. 
2,617,794, Nov. 11. 

Anderson, Gordon R., Jr., Freeport, assignor to Fairbanks, 
Morse & Co., Chicago, 111. Single-phase winding. 
2,622,217, Dec. 16. 

Anderson, Gustave A., New York, and C. I. Kane. Eye, 
assignors to The International Handkerchief Manufac- 
turing Company, Long Island City, N. Y. Material fold- 
ing machine. 2,593,085, Apr. 15. 

Anderson, Guy C, St. Paul, Minn. Animal trap. 
2.603,029, July 15. 

Anderson, Harold H., assignor of one-half to E. C Wegert, 
Detroit, Mich. Boat outrigger float. 2,596,194, May 13. 

Anderson, Harry C. : See — 

Fowler, Robert D., and Anderson. 

Fowler. Robert D., Burford. and Anderson. 

Anderson, Harry G., Alameda, Calif. Automatic magnetic 
tack hammer. 2.605.466, Aug. 5. 

Anderson, Harry W. : See — 

Ehrenreich, Frank C. and Anderson. 
Thornberry, Halbert H., and Anderson. 

Anderson, Henry A., Victory, Wis. Adjustable width 
tractor. 2,603.302. Julv 15. 

Anderson. Hilda E.. Ironwood, Mich. Disabled limb strap. 
2.607,340, Aug. 19. 

Anderson, Hjalmar A., Riverside, assignor to Sunbeam 
Corporation. Chicago. 111. Armature soldering furnace. 
2,619,063. Nov. 25. 

Anderson. Homer G.. Newtonville. assignor to Raytheon 
Manufacturing Company. Newton, Mass. Electron 
discharge device. 2,580,988, Jan. 1. 

Anderson. Hulda, executrix : See — 
Anderson. Robert G. 

Anderson, Irvin B., Oneonta, N. Y, 
device. 2.581,782, .Tan. 8. 

Anderson. Jack M. : See — 

Anderson, Oscar W. and J. M. 

Anderson, James, Newton Mearns, 
ting machine. 2.591,765. Apr. 8. 

Anderson, James A., Jr., C. M. Floyd, and E. F. Wadley, 
Baytown, Tex., assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
Standard Oil Development Company. Elizabeth. N. J. 
Extracting lubricating oil fractions. 2,603,590. July 15. 

Anderson, James H.. Easton, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll- 
Rand Company, New York, N. Y. Percussion tool. 
2,584,246. Feb. 5. 

Anderson, James H., Easton. Pa., assignor to IngersoU- 
Rand Company. New York, N. Y. Unloader for com- 
pressors. 2.586.902. Feb. 26. 

Anderson. James H., Easton. Pa., assignor to Ingersoll- 
Rand Company, New York, N. Y. Intermitte^nt ex- 
plosion unit for gas turbine plants. 2,614,387, Oct. 21. 

Anderson, James H., Easton, Pa., assignor to Ingersoll- 
Rand Company. New York, N. Y. Explosion gas turbine 
plant. 2,617,254, Nov. 11. 



Adjustable extension 



Scotland. Metal cut- 



Anderson, James L.. Closter, N. J., assignor to Air Re- 
duction Company. Incorporated. Method and appara- 
tus for welding the longitudinal seams of barrel blanks 
and the like. 2,580,502, Jan. 1. 

Anderson, James L., Closter, N. J. assignor to Air Reduc- 
tion Company, Incorporated. Tube welding machine. 
2,605,732. Aug. 5. 
Anderson, John, Berkeley, J. W. Mecorney, Albany, Calif., 
and G. E. Ham, Dayton, Ohio, assignors to Sliell Devel- 
opment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Concentration 
of partiallv polymerized diallyl phthalate. 2,613,201, 
Oct. 7. 

Anderson, John A. : See — 

Cottor, Emil P., and Anderson. 

Anderson, John A., assignor to Standard Oil Company, 
Chicago, m. Synthetic lubricating oil. 2,620,365, 
Dec. 2. 

Anderson, John E., assignee : See — 
Anderson, Ervie J. 

Anderson. John F., Oakland, Calif. Automobile auxiliary 
window mounting. 2,596,114, May 13. 

Anderson, John H., Burris, Wyo. Mount for telescopic 
gun sights. 2,585,985, Feb. 19. 

Anderson. John M., Youngstown, Ohio. Light and mirror 
attachment for hospital beds. 2,607,881. Aug. 19. 

Anderson, John R., assignor to Koppers Company, Inc., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Purification of distilled coke-oven ben- 
zene by distillation with added hydrocarbon material. 
2,581,344, Jan. 8. 

Anderson, John R., assignor to The American Perforator 
Company, Chicago, 111. Perforator control mechanism. 
2,607,421, Aug. 19. 

Anderson, John R., assignor to Koppers Company, Inc., 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Purification of distilled coke oven ben- 
zene by distillation with added hydrocarbon material. 
2,618,o91, Nov. 18. 

Anderson, John R., Berkeley Heights, N. J., and A. C. 
Keller, Bronxville, assignors to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Magnetic record- 
ing and reproducing system. 2,612.566, Sept. 30. 

Anderson. John W., Gary, Ind., assignor to Productive 
Inventions. Inc. Windshield wiper blade linkage assem- 
bly. 2,596.063, May 6, 

Anderson, Joseph S. : See — 

Moise, James E,, Anderson, and Johnson. 

Anderson, Leon, and E. Nassimbene, assignors to The 
Gates Rubber Company, Denver, Colo. Hog beater pad- 
dle. 2,604,656, July 29. 

Anderson, Leslie D., Carlsbad, N. Mex., assignor to Potash 
Company of America. Recovering a desired soluble salt 
from a solid mixture containing same. 2,613.133, 
Oct. 7. 

Anderson, Leslie J.. Moorestown. N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Shielded magnetic sound-head 
and tape-guide assembly. 2.590.292. Mar. 25. 

Anderson, Lloyd L., Grand Rapids, assignor to Winters 
& Crampton Corporation, Grandville, Mich. Hinge con- 
struction. 2,602,957, July 15, 

Anderson. Louis A., Dayton, Ohio, and J. J. Slattery. Chi- 
cago, 111., said Anderson assignor to General Jlotors 
Corporation. Dayton, Ohio, said Slattery assignor to 
Montgomery Ward and Companv, Inc., Chicago, 111. Re- 
frigerator cabinet. 2.581.618, Jan. 8. 

Anderson, Lucille M., guardian, assignee : See — 
Anderson. Oliver \V, 

Anderson, Lura F., Nashville, Tenn. Compact. 2,594,607, 
Apr. 29. 

Anderson, Margaret K., Beverly Hills, assi.gnor to Helene 
Brassiere Company. Inc., Glendale, Calif. Strapless 
brassi&re, 2,588.603, Mar. 11. 

Anderson, Mark G.. assignor to Anderson & Wagner. Inc., 
Los Angeles, Calif, Carbonating apparatus. 2,586.499, 
Feb. 19. 

Anderson, Maurice J. : See — 

Kohler. John B,, and Anderson, 

Anderson-Miller and Poston Mfg. Co., assignee : See — 
Anderson. William A. 

Anderson, Morris C, Newark, Ohio, assignor to Owens- 
Corning Piberglas Corporation. Strand blower. 
2,622,306, Dec. 23. 

Anderson, Myrtle M.. Minneapolis, Minn. Compartment 
frying pan. 2,581,161. Jan. 1. 

Anderson, Neal H., Oil Tool Co., assignee : See — 
Wells. George C. 

Anderson, Nelson E., Berkeley Heights. N. J., assignor to 
Air Reduction Company. Incorporated. New Yori;. N. Y. 
Limit-switch mechanism. 2.602.124. July 1. 

Anderson, Nelson E., Berkeley Heights, N! J., assignor to 
Air Reduction Company, Incorporated. Electrode hold- 
er for use in inert gas-shielded arc welding. 2,616,017, 
Oct. 28. 

Anderson. Nelson E.. Scotch Plains. N. J., assignor to Air 
Reduction Company. Incorporated. New York. N. Y. 
Apparatus for electric arc spot welding. 2,586,140, 
Feb. 19. 

Anderson. Oliver W., deceased. Cedar Rapids. Iowa, by 
C. Hendrickson. executor. Cedar Rapids. Iowa, assignor, 
by decree of court, of one-third to L. M. Anderson, indi- 
vidually, and two-thirds to L. M. Anderson, as guardian. 
Punching apparatus. 2,585,720, Feb. 12. 

Anderson. Olof V.. Cowesett. R. I., assignor to Anson, Inc. 
Cuff link. 2.596.357. May 13. 

Anderson, Olof V., Cowesett, R. I., assignor to Anson 
Incorporated. Cuff link. 2,607,973, Aug. 26. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Anderson, Orville E. : See — 

Berberich, Leo J., and Anderson. 

Anderson, Oscar F., Watsonville, Calif. Pipe plug. 
2,607,370. Aug. 19. 

Anderson, Oscar J., Glendale, Calif. Rearview mirror 
and adjustable support. 2,620,708, Dec. 9. 

Anderson, Oscar M.. New Britain, Conn., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Crosley Division, Avco Manufacturing 
Corporation, Cincinnati, Ohio. Washing machine pro- 
vided with loading and unloading passageway. 
2.594,112, Apr. 22. 

Anderson, Oscar R.. deceased. Minneapolis, Minn. ; A. H. 
Anderson, administratrix. Valve seat puller. 2,623,276, 
Dec. 30 

Anderson, Oscar W. and J. M., Denver, Colo. Drill case. 
2,589,.o93. Mar. 18. 

Anderson, Paul, San Antonio, Tex. Photocomposing ma- 
chine. 2,587,084. Feb. 26. 

Anderson, Paul Z., assignor to Preco Incorporated, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Torsion transmitting mounting for tor- 
sion members such as rods and springs. 2,606,020, 
Aug. 5. 

Anderson, Paul Z., Whittier, and H. O. Fuchs, assignors 
to Preco Incorporated, Los Angeles, Calif. Bearing 
mounting. 2,618.520, Nov. 18. 

Anderson, Philip C., Crete, Nebr. Device for applying 
liquid fertilizer. 2,587,085. Feb. 26. 

Anderson, Ralph F., assignee : See. — 
Anderson, Swan F. 

Anderson, Ralph J., assignor of one half to K. Billingsly, 
Tulare. Calii. Hydraulic assembly for adjustable lad- 
der leg extension. 2,598,875. June 3. 

Anderson, Ralph L., East Moline, assignor to Deere & 
Company, Moline, 111. Concave-adjusting means for 
threshers. 2,616 433, Nov. 4. 

Anderson, Ralph L., East Moline, assignor to Deere & 
Company, Moline, 111. Crop-distributing device for har- 
vesters. 2,617,518, Nov. 11. 

Anderson, Raymond L. : See — • 

Anderson, Frank P., E. E., and R. L. 

Anderson, Raymond T., Lakewood, assignor to The V. D. 
Anderson Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Solvent extrac- 
tion combination. 2,588,070, Mar. 4. 

Anderson, Raymond T., Lakewood, assignor to The V. D. 
Anderson Company, Cleveland. Ohio. Scrubber for sol- 
vent extraction towers. 2,609,186, Sept. 2. 

Anderson, Rexford O., assignor to Foote Bros. Gear & Ma- 
chine Corporation, Chicago, 111. Rotary hydraulic 
coupling. 2,602,295, July 8. 

Anderson, Robert E,, assignee : See — 
Young. Henry E., and Farnham. 

Anderson, Robert G., Erie. Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Fluid pulverizing apparatus. 2,591,330, 
Apr. 1. 

Anderson, Robert G.. deceased, Erie. Pa., by H. Anderson, 
executrix. Erie, Pa., assignor to General Electric Com- 
pany. R.Tilway auxiliary power plant mounting. 
2.598.336, May 27. 

Anderson, Robert V., Pleasantville, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Precision Laboratory Incorporated. Film projector 
for television. 2.612,554, Sept. 30. 

Anderson, Robert W., Weehawken, assignor to Keuffel & 
Esser Company, Hoboken, N. J. Lettering device. 
2,616,179, Nov. 4. 

Anderson, Roger : See — 

Wagner, Hugo, and Anderson. 

Anderson, Roger, Seattle, Wash. Occipital patient sup- 
porting device. 2,584,412. Feb. 5. 

Anderson, Roger, Seattle. Wash. Interscapular patient 
supporting device for application of an orthopedic brace. 
2,590,670, Mar. 25. 

Anderson, Roy H., Seattle. Wash., assignor to Boeing 
Airplane Company. Quick-dismountable cowling. 
2,599,037. June 3. 

Anderson, Roy W., Burt, Iowa. Serving dish. 2,617,280, 
Nov. 11. 

Anderson, Seymour E., deceased, Billings, Mont., by 
T. I. Anderson, administratrix, Billings, Mont. Drive- 
through gate. 2,608,010, Aug. 26. 

Anderson, Stanley E., Chicago, 111. Stamping machine 
with perfecting feature. 2,589,761, Mar. 18. 

Anderson, Stanley T., assignor to Alliance Furniture 
Company, Jamestovm, N. Y. Article of furniture. 
2.597,277. May 20. 

Anderson, Sw.in F., assignor, by mesne assignments, of 
one-half to R. F. Anderson, Rockford, 111. Folding and 
filling machine. 2,612,016, Sept. 30. 

Anderson, Thelma I., administratrix: See — 
Anderson, Seymour E. 

Anderson, Theodore L., Seal Rock, and T. H. Esbenshade, 
Newport, Oreg. Log carrier. 2,583,075, Jan. 22. 

Anderson. Thomas F., assignor to Libbey-Owens-Ford 
Glass Company, Toledo, Ohio. Polyesters stabilized 
with 1-arylazonaphthol sulfonic acids. 2,607,756, Aug. 
19. 

Anderson, Thomas F., Huntsville, Ala., assignor to Libbey- 
Owens-Ford Glass Company, Toledo, Ohio. Polyesters 
stabilized with substituted p-benzoquinones. 2,610,168, 
Sept. 9. 

Anderson, Thomas F., Chagrin Falls, and K. W. Benham, 
South Euclid, assignors to The Sanymetal Products Co., 
Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Hinge assembly for swinging 
doors. 2,604,653, July 29. 



Anderson, Thomas F., Chagrin Falls, and K. W. Benham, 
South Euclid, assignors to The Sanymetal Products Co., 
Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Hinge assembly for swinging 
doors. 2,604.654, July 29. 

Anderson, V. D., Company, The, assignee : See — 
Anderson, Raymond T. 
Dunning, John W. 

Anderson, Vern C, Hastings, Nebr. Adjustable apron 
feeder. 2,593,084, Apr. 15. 

Anderson. Vernon E., Basehor, Kans. Fluid motor. 
2,595,119, Apr. 29. 

Anderson, Victor E., Owensboro, Ky. Storm window 
structure. 2,593,239. Apr. 15. 

Anderson, W. Carl, and S. L. Dewey, assignors to The Union 
Metal Manufacturing Company, Canton, Ohio. Backing 
clamp for trailers. 2,613,946, Oct. 14. 

Anderson, W. E., Inc., assignee : See — 
Webster, Raymond C. 

Anderson & Wagner. Inc., assignee : See — 
Anderson, Mark G. 

Anderson. Wallace L,, assignor to Harrison-Weise Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Safety anchor spacer plate or bar. 
2,582,897, Jan. 15. 

Anderson, Walter A., Bridgeport. Conn., assignor to Un- 
derwood Corporation, New York, N. Y. Rebound pre- 
venting means for differential actuators. 2,615,622, 
Oct. 28. 

Anderson. Walter A., Bridgeport, Conn., assignor to Under- 
wood Corporation, New York, N. Y. Type bar restrain- 
ing means. 2,620,973, Dec, 9. 

Anderson, Walter A., Fairfield, Conn., assignor to Under- 
wood Corporation, New York, N. Y. Accounting ma- 
chine control means. 2,612,315, Sept. 30. 

Anderson, Walter M., Temple City, assignor to D. T. Starr, 
doing business as Gross Manufacturing Companv, Mon- 
rovia, Calif. Vulcanizing patch. 2,618,016, Nov. 18. 

Anderson, Wilbur G.. Jr., and H. R. Kohlhepp, assignors 
to American Box Board Companv, Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Moisture collecting device. 2,614,883, Oct. 21. 

Anderson, William A., assignor to Anderson-Miller and 
Poston Mfg. Co., Spokane, Wash. Irrigation system. 
2.589,321, Mar. 18. 

Anderson, William C, Oak Park, assignor to Illinois Tool 
Works, Chicago, 111. Screw slotter. 2,587,951, Mar. 4. 

Anderson, William E., Kansas City, assignor of one-half to 
William Earl Anderson. Blue Springs, Mo. Material 
feeder and hydrator. 2, .597.916, May 27. 

Anderson, William Earl, assignee : See — 
Anderson. William E. 

Anderson. William H., Elkridge, Md., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Di- 
electric heating apparatus. 2,623,982, Dec. 30. 

Anderson, William H., Stockton, Calif. Hopper door unit 
and material spreader assembly for airplanes. 2,614,733, 
Oct. 21. 

Anderson. William H., Elkridge, and A. C. Frey, Balti- 
more, Md., assignors to Westinghouse Electric Corpo- 
ration, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Variable inductance. 
2.583,133. Jan. 22. 

Anderson. William H.. Elkridge. D. S. Shingler, and B. 
Boyd, Baltimore. Md., assignors to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Dielectric heat- 
ing unit. 2.593,959, Apr. 22. 

Anderson, William H., Elkridge, and D. S. Shingler, Balti- 
more, Md., assignors to Westinghouse Electric Corpora- 
tion, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Dielectric heating struc- 
ture with shielding means. 2,023,981, Dec. 30. 

Anderson, William O. : See — 

Mong, Edgar W., and Anderson. 

Anderson. William R., assignee : See — - 
Knight, Clarence P. 

Anderson, William S., Jr., assignor of one-half to J. E. 
Axeman, Williamsport, Pa. Electromagnetically con- 
trolled latch device. 2,609,704. Sept. 9. 

Anderson, Wilmer C, Douglaston, N. Y., assignor to the 
United States of America as represented by the Secre- 
tary of the Navy, Frequency divider. 2,591,114, Apr. 1. 

Anderson. Wilmer C, assignor to Deering Milliken Re- 
search Trust, Greenwich. Conn. Production and utiliza- 
tion of control signals. 2,595,220, May 6. 

Anderson. Wilmer C, Greenwich, Conn., assignor to Deer- 
ing Milliken Research Trust, New York, N. Y. Tex- 
tile control. 2,596,973, May 20. 

Anderson, Wilmer C, Greenwich, Conn., assignor to Deer- 
ing Milliken Research Trust. New York, N. Y. Monitor- 
ing device. 2,605,535, Aug. 5. 

Anderson. Wilmer C, assignor to Deering Milliken Re- 
search Trust, Greenwich, Conn. Textile detecting device. 
2.613,692, Oct. 14. 

Andersson, Anders E., Minneapolis, Minn. Polarity indi- 
cator. 2,621,230, Dec. 9. 

Andersson, Anders V. H., Uppsala. Sweden. Camera for 
reproductive purposes. 2,621,561, Dec. 16. 

Andersson, Axel E., Vargon, assignor to Soderhamna 
Verkstader Aktiebolag, Soderhamn. Sweden. Machine 
for removing bark from logs. 2,623,558, Dec. 30. 

Andersson, Donald A. V., assignor to Malte Pontus Blohm, 
Gothenburg, Sweden. Positive clutch. 2,620,052, 
Dec. 2. 

Andersson, J. R., & Co., Aktiebolag, assignee : See — 
Thorstensson-Rydberg, Carl A. S. 

Andersson, John O., Ektorp, Sweden. Paint spraying 
device. 2,612,404, Sept. 30. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Andersson, Nils A., Bromma, Sweden. Tank wagon with 

bogie. 2,620,747, Dec. 9. 
Andrade, Hijinio J., Madera, Calif. Permanent clothespin. 
2,607,974, Aug. 26. 

Andre, Eugene R., assignor to Ex-Cell-O Corporation, 
Detroit, Mich. Defoamer for bottling machines. 
2,604,247, July 22. 

Andre, Henri, Montmorency, France, assignor to Yardney 
International Corp., New York, N. Y. Silver and zinc 
accumulator with insoluble negative electrode and in- 
variable electrolyte. 2,594,709, Apr. 29. 

Andre, Henri G.. Montmorency, France, assignor to Yard- 
ney International Corp., New York, N. Y. Zinc-silver 
accumulator. 2.594,710, Apr. 29. 

Andr6, Henri G., Montmorency, France, assignor to Yard- 
ney International Corp., New York. N. Y. Zinc-silver 
accumulator. 2,594,711, Apr. 29. 

AndrS, Henri G., Montmorency, France, assignor to Yard- 
ney International Corp., New York, N. Y. Silver and 
zinc accumulator having an insoluble negative electrode. 
2.594.712, Apr. 29. 

Andrg. Henri G., Montmorency, France, assignor to Yard- 
ney International Corp., New York. N. Y. Electric 
accumulator. 2,594,713. Apr. 29. 

Andre, Henri G.. Montmorency, France, assignor to Yard- 
ney International Corp., New York, N. Y. Forming 
electric accumulators. 2,594,714. Apr. 29. 

Andre, Henri G., Montmorency, France, assignor to Yard- 
ney International Corp. Making electric accumulators. 
2,611,792. Sept. 23. 

Andreae, Hobart D., M. R., and W. A., Birmingham, Mich. 
Reciprocative electromagnetic tool. 2,602,475, July 8. 

Andreae, Maynard R. : See — 

Andreae, Hobart D., M. R., and W. A. 

Andreae. Wayne A. : See — 

Andreae. Hobart D., M. R., and W. A. 

Andreas, John M., Pasadena, assignor to Technicolor 
Motion Picture Corporation, Hollywood, Calif. Imbi- 
bition printing using disazo dye. 2,583,076, Jan. 22. 

Andreas, John M.. Pasadena, assignor to Technicolor 
Motion Picture Corporation, Hollywood. Calif. Film 
registering and printing apparatus. 2,586,286, Feb. 19. 

Andreasson, Rudolf W., Franklin, Mich. Apparatus for 
relieving the teeth of circular cutting elements. 
2.585,986. Feb. 19. 

Andren, Karl H.. Greenfield, assignor to Counter and Con- 
trol Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. Portable sheet 
counter and marker. 2,619,883. Dec. 2. 

Andreoli, Daniel A., Irvington, N. J. Liquid measuring 
bottle cap and massage unit. 2,603.211 .Tuly 15. 

Andres. Frank, Carteret. N. J., assignor to Foster Wheeler 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Lighting torch 
2.603,277, July 15. b b u c 

Andres, Lloyd J. assignor to Permo. Incorporated, Chi- 
cago, III. Phonograph stylus. 2.599,312, June 3. 

Andres, Lloyd J., Itasca, assignor to H. C. Evans & Co., 
Chicago, 111. Electric control for phonographs. 
2.614,674. Oct. 21. f b y 

Andres. William A.. Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to Gen- 
eral Mills. Inc. Pressure cooker. 2.591.767 Apr 8 

Andresen. Gilbert J. C., Stow, Ohio. Limiter svstem. 
2.621.290. Dec. 9. 

Andresen, John H.. Jr.. Port Washington, assignor by 
mesne assignments, to Kollsman Instrument Corporation, 
Elmhnrst. N. Y. Magnetic drag tachometer. 2,593 646 
Apr. 22. 

Andresen, John IT.. Jr., Port Washington, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Kollsman Instrument Corpora- 
tion. Elmhnrst. N. Y. Air miles recorder and follow-up 
svstem. 2.600.828. June 17. 

Andresen. John H., Jr., Port W\ishington,- assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Kollsman Instrument Corpor.i- 
tion. Elmhurst, N. Y. Aircraft instrument. 2.609,085, 
Sept. 9. 

Andresen, John H., Jr., Port Washington, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Kollsman Instrument Corpora- 
tion. Elmhnrst, N. Y. Telemetering svstem and auto- 
matic altimeter setting. 2,618.976, Nov. 25. 

Andresen, John H., Jr.. Port Washington, and E. Kasner, 
Brooklyn, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Kollsman 
Instrument Corporation. Elmhurst, N. Y, Polyphase 
supply circuit and frequency meter. 2.604.520. Jiilv 22. 

Andrew, Carl L., assignor of one-half to E. B. Smith. 
Greenville. S. C. Accounting device. 2,580,390, 
Jan. 1. 

Andrew, Charles, and F. Waitkens. Brooklyn, N. Y. Clo- 
sure cap lining machine. 2.598,028, May 27. 

Andrew. Harry A., Grand River, Iowa. "Feeder for live- 
stock or poultry. 2,592,638, Apr. 15. 

Andrew, James B. W., Jr.. Philadelphia, Pa. assignor to 
Container Corporation of America, Chicago. 111. Bobbin 
package. 2,588,791, Mar. 11. 

Andrew, Vaughan L., Superior. Wis. Water svstem. 
2.623,467, Dec. 30. 

Andrew, Warren M., Washington, D. C. Plate kever for 

radar transmitters. 2,590,836, Apr. 1. 
Andrews, Aaron A., Harris. Kans. Combined stool and 

fishing rod support. 2.607,398, Aug. 19. 
Andrews, Albert, Fort Collins, Colo. Resilient casing with 

slidable tool. 2,608,890, Sept. 2. 
Andrews. Boley A., assisnor, bv mesne assignments to 

The Vendo Company, Kansas City, Mo. Electrical coin 

selector. 2,589,214. Mar. 18. 



Andrews, Boley A., Kansas City, Kans., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to The Vendo Company, Kansas City, Mo. 
Spring actuated slide snap hook. 2,592,843, Apr. 15. 

Andrews, Dallas R. : See — 

Isom, Warren R., and Andrews. 

Andrews, Edward F., assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to J. P. Seeburg Corporation, Chicago, 111. Automatic 
phonograph. 2,581,345, Jan. 8. 

Andrews, Edward F., assignor to Signal Tuned Radio 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Radio apparatus. 2,605,401, 
July 29. 

Andrews, Edwin R. : See — 

Shelton, Robert S.. and Andrews. 

Andrews, George H., Hartsdale, assignor to Martin Fabrics 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Device for packaging 
and dispensing ribbons, tapes, bindings, and the like. 
2,617,609, Nov. 11. 

Andrews. Glenn E., Andover, assignor to Raytheon Manu- 
facturing Company, Newton, Mass. Heating apparatus. 
2.595,748, May 6. 

Andrews, Glenn E.. Waltham, assignor to Raytheon Manu- 
facturing Company, Newton, Mass. Electrical precipi- 
tator. 2.598,337, May 27. 

Andrews, H. P., Paper Company, assignee : See — 
Jahoda, Edward. 

Andrews, Henry, assignor to Piatt Products Corporation, 
Lansing, Mich. Liquid flow controlling valve. 
2.008,993, Sept. 2. 

Andrews, John L., Fairfield, 111. Preventing premature 
firing of depth charges. 2,612,107, Sept. 30. 

Andrews. John M., assignor to York Corporation, York, 
Pa. Relay type of current limiter. 2,585,987, Feb. 19. 

Andrews, John R., Uxbridge, Mass. Device for signaling 
proper position of automobile jacks. 2,623,491, Dec. 
30. 

Andrews, John R., Jr., assignor to Bachmann Uxbridge 
Worsted Co.. Inc., Uxbridge, Mass. Method and appara- 
tus for drying warp sheets and the like. 2,601,080, 
June 17. 

Andrews, John W., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to United 
States Steel Company. Electrolytic tin plating baths. 

2.598.486, May 27. 

Andrews, Johnnie. Fort Worth, Tex. Radio tower an- 
tenna. 2,583,287, Jan. 22. 

.Vndrews, Johnnie, Fort Worth, Tex. Transmission tower. 
2,605,417, July 29. 

Andrews, Norman F., Ankeny, assignor to Deere Manu- 
facturing Co., Dubuque. Iowa. Cl'Tain-tightening means 
with ratchet lock. 2,612.988, Oct. 7. 

Andrews, Norwood H., Moorestown, N. J., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Freeport Sulphur Company, New 
York, N. Y. Combination pulverizing and classifving 
machine. 2,605,971, Aug. 5. 

Andrews, O. B.. Company, assignee : See — 
Turner, William E. 

Andricks, William F.. Edison, Ohio. Liquid dispensing 

device. 2.00G.G99. Aug. 12. 
Andrus. Harold L. : Sec — 

Clark, Edward S., and Andrus. 
Andrus, Orrin E., Altadena, Calif., assignor to A. O. Smith 

Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. Motor winding. 

2,583,804, Jan. 29. 
Andrus, Orrin E., Altadena, Calif. Irrigation regulator 

coupling. 2,598,961, June 3. 

Andrus, Orrin E., Shorewood, assignor to A. O. Smith 
Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. Corrosion-resistant me- 
tallic structure. Re. 23,559, Sept. 30. 

Anechiarico, Louis J., Endicott, N. Y. Fishing game. 

2.598.487, May 27. 

Anemostat Corporation of America, assignee : See — 

Gilbert, Alfred R. 

Nilsson, Henry 0.. and Phillips. 

Phillips. Leonard R., and Waeldner. 
Anetsberger Brothers, Inc., assignee : See — 

Anetsberger, Frank A., and Whitehead. 

Anetsberger, Frank A., Chicago, and D. H. Whitehead, 
Oak Park, assignors to Anetsberger Brothers, Inc., 
Northbrook, 111. Dough rolling apparatus. 2,621,613, 
Dec. 16. 

Anfinsen, Nils J., assignee : See — 

Windahl, Gunnaf. 
Angel, Erik G. R., Stockholm, Sweden. Electrolytic 
production of iron and iron alloys. -2,622,063, Dec."l6. 

Angel, Yves, Paris, France. Apparatus for color tele- 
vision. 2.594.715. Apr. 29. 

Angelicola, Achilles F., North Bergen, N. J. Elevator sys- 
tem. 2,612,238, Sept. 30. 

Angelini, Anthony, assignee : See — 
Welsh, James G., Jr. 

Angell, Otis R., North Quincy, Mass. Fish lure. 

2,586,141, Feb. 19. 
Angell, Pierce T. : See — 

De Vlieg, Howard R., and Angell. 
Angell, Pierce T., and C. J. Leska, assignors to Thompson 

Products, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Impeller blade support 

fixture. 2,612,082, Sept. 30. 

Angell. Walter E., Brooklyn, N. Y. Cathode-ray tube. 
2.603,761, July 15. 

Angelo, Joseph, North Plainfield, N. J. Utility attach- 
ment for fishing creels. 2,596,974, May 20. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Anger, Ernest G., Wauwatosa, Wis., assignor to Square D 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Welder control system. 
2,623,146, Dec. 23. 

Anger, Ernest G., Wauwatosa, and R. C. Mierendorf, Mil- 
waukee, Wis., assignors to Square D Company, Detroit, 
Mich. Nonrepeat control circuit. 2,616,041, Oct. 28. 

Anger, Hal O., Long Beach, Calif., assignor to the United 
States of America as represented by the Secretary of 
War. Overload suppressor. 2,603,708, July 15. 

Anger, Hal C. Long Beach, Calif., assignor to the United 
States of America as represented by the Secretary of 
War. Circuit for increasing duration of pulses. 
2,617,883, Nov. 11. 

Angerby, Erik A., S. G. Axsater, and S. G. Blom, Ny- 
nashamn, Sweden. Device for preshaping grinding disks. 
2,612,152, Sept. 30. 

Anglada, Joseph A.. White Plains. N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments to American Viscose Corporation, Wilming- 
ton, Del. Heat-sealing element. 2,614,953. Oct. 21. 

Anglaret, Paul, Ville D'Avray, Prance. Reduction of 
esters, etholides, glycerides. 2,608,589, Aug. 26. 

Anglaret, Paul, Ville D'Avray, France. Reduction of 
esters, etholides, glycerides. 2,612,527, Sept. 30. 

Angle, Belford C, and M. M. Palo. Conneaut, Ohio, and 
P. V. Kelly, West Springfield, Pa., assignors to The 
Astatic Corporation, Conneaut, Ohio. Electrical phono- 
graph transducer with multiple styli. 2,617,895, Nov. 
11. 

Angle, Glenn D., Thomaston, assignor to The New Britain 
Machine Company, New Britain, Conn. Radial engine. 
2,618,253, Nov. 18. 

Anglo American Corporation of South Africa, Limited, 
assignee : See — 

Bradford, George, Mulock-Bentley, and Auret. 

Anglo-Iranian Oil Company Limited, assignee : See — 
Adey, Stanworth W.. and Porter. 
Birch, Stanley F., E^idler. and Dean. 
Fawcett, Eric W. M., and Haresnape. 
MacLean, Thomas T. 
Meyer, Percy. 

An^ona, Frank A., Dallas, Tex., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, Incorpo- 
rated, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for measuring inter- 
stitial water content of well cores. 2,612,036, Sept. 30. 

Angst, Walter, Manhasset, assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Kollsman Instrument Corporation, Elmhurst, N. Y. 
High-power diaphragm capsule assembly. 2,604,117, 
July 22. 

Angulo, Jos6. San Francisco, Calif. Illuminated sprinkler. 
2,593,517, Apr. 22. 

Angus, George, and Company Limited, assignee : See — 
Jagger, Ernest T. 

Anhanger, Oscar, Trondheim, Norway. Fish separating 
machine. 2.583,762, Jan. 29. 

Anheuser-Busch. Inc.. assignee : See — 
Lubeley, Anthony J. 
Siefker, Joseph A., and Brasch. 

Animal Trap Company of America, assignee : See — 

Koch, Harold B., and Lehn. 

Lehn, John U. 
Anker-Werke, A. G., assignee : See — 

Aurbach, Kurt. 

Klaar. Albert. 

Schmieder, Fritz. 
Anketell. John E.. assignor to Ansalee Corporation. Dan- 
vers, Mass. Ski rope-tow gripping device. 2,617,363, 
Nov. 11. 

Annear, Reed B., Omaha, Nebr., assignor to Westinghouse 
Air Brake Companv. Signaling system for single-track 
railroads. 2,581,509, Jan. 8. 
Annen, Robert, assignor to Ronlements ft Billes Miniatures 
S. A., Bienne. Switzerland. High-speed spindle. 
2,588,459, Mar. 11. 
Anner, Georg : See — 

Miescher, Karl, and Anner. 
Mieseher, Karl, Heer, Billeter, and Anner. 
Annett Box Company, assignee : See — 

Kuniholm, Carl A. 
Annex Manufacturing Co., Inc., assignee : See — 

Funk, Bernard. 
Annicq, Joseph, Renaix, Belgium. Porous resilient bobbin. 
2,614,764, Oct. 21. 

Annln, Douglas H. Oakland, Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to M & J Engineering Co. Fluid flow 
control apparatus. 2,599,534, June 10. 

Annin, Douglas H., Oakland, Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Grove Regulator Company. Expansible 
sleeve type valvp. 2.621.SS9. Dec. 16. 

Annin, Douglas H., Oakland, Calif^ assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Grove Regulator Company. Fluid pres- 
sure controlled flexible tube valve. 2,622,620, Dec. 23. 

Annis, Andrew J., Baltimore, Md. Balloon inflating valve. 
2.617,624, Nov. 11. 

Annis, Eben B., South Stukeley, Quebec, Canada. Tractor 
rearing over preventer. 2,616,716, Nov. 4. 

Annis. Robert W.. Champaign. 111. Variable speed alter- 
nating current motor. 2,624,028, Dec. 30. 

Anper, Inc.. assignee : See — 
Perugia, Andr6. 

Ansalee Corporation, assignee : See — 
Anketell. John E. 

Anschuetz, Erich K,, Grosse Pointe, Mich. Hydraulic 
jack. 2,583,923, Jan. 29. 



Anseele, Mari6, assignor to M. Defauw, Ghent, Belgium. 
Metal container having reinforced end seam. 2,598,962, 
June 3. 
Ansel, Harry K., Elmwood Park, 111. Window. 2,607,963, 

Aug. 26. 
Anson, Inc., assignee : See — 
Anderson, Carl A. 
Anderson, Olof V. 
Anson Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Anderson, Olof V. 
Johnson. Albert A. 
Anson, Wilfrid E. : See — 

Webster, Charles J., and Anson. 
Ansorge, Martin C, New York, N. Y. Flush valve actu- 
ator. 2,605,479, Aug. 5. 
Anspacher, Edgar, assignee : See — 

Hogan, Billie I. 
Anspon, Harry D., Easiton, and F. E. Pschorr, Bethlehem, 
Pa., assignors to General Aniline & Film Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Casting sheets of polymerized a-chloro- 
acrylic acid esters. 2,593,827. Apr. 22. 
Anstalt fur die Entwicklung von Erfindungen und Gewer- 
blichen Anwendungen "Energa," assignee : See — ■ 
Brandt. Edgar W. 
Anstalt Renor, assignee : See — 

Haas, Otto, Schaedler, and Schneider. 
Anstett, Edgar P., Chicago, 111. License plate fastener. 

2,588,951, Mar. 11. 
Anstett, Edgar P,, assignor to Powernail Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Nail or pin. 2,593,647, Apr. 22. 
Anstice, Mortimer R.. Sr. : See — 

Clague, James D., and Anstice. 
Ansul Chemical Company, assignee : See — 
Custer, Harry W. 
Roney, Charles. 
Taylor, John F. 
Vander Wall. Clifford C. 
Anteau, Howard W., Toledo, Ohio. List mounting. 

2,587.086, Feb. 26. 
Antelman, Leon, Philadelphia, Pa. Convertible reclining 

chair and cot. 2,611,418. Sept. 23. 
Anthes. John A. : See — 

Dudley, James R., and Anthes. 
Anthes, John A., Springdale, and J. R. Dudley, Darien, 
Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid Company, New 
York, N. Y. Preparation of ethylenesulfonic acid. 
2,597,696, May 20. 
Anthony, Alfred W., Jr. : See — • 

Johnstone, Henry F., and Anthony. 
Anthony Company, assignee : See — 

Anthony, William C., and Wachter. 
Wachter. Lester W. 
Anthony, George, Cleveland, Ohio. Air pressure chip col- 
lector unit. 2,603,817, July 22. 
Anthony, William C, and L. W. Wachter. assignors to 
Anthony Companv, Streator, 111. Gate moving means 
for vehicles. 2.593,240. Apr. 15. 
Antiference Limited, assignee : See — 

Best. Norman M. 
Antill. Philip W., Ridgefield Park. N. J., assignor to M. H. 
Detrick Company, Chicago, 111. Tile arch structure. 
2.600,460, June 17. 
Antioch Bookplate Company, assignee : See — 

Hubbard, John K. 
Antolini, Bruno J., Rutherford, N. J. Garment hanger. 

2,620,103, Dec. 2. 
Anton, Adam N., Dearborn, Mich. Portable safety and 

trouble light. 2, 612, .549. Sept. 30. 
Antonello. Prederico, Rebbio, Italy. Process and device 

for making concrete structures. 2,586,413, Feb. 19. 
Antonevich, Michael, assignor to The Crawford Manufac- 
turing Company, Incorporated, New Brunswick, N. J. 
Stop motion. 2,588,689, Mar. 11. 
Antonson, John O., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Tire construction. 
2,587,428. Feb. 26. 
Antonson, John O., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Tire construction. 
2,.592,844. Apr. 15. 
Antonucci, Rose M. : See — 

Bernstein, Seymour, Antonucci, and Heller. 
Antos, .loseph, assignor of one-fourth to J. D. Benbow, 
Aurora, 111. Slide viewer having two compartments, 
one for storing and the other for viewing slides. 
2,617,218, Nov. 11. 
Antoshkiw, Thomas : See — 

Kern, Charles J., Antoshkiw, and Maiese. 
Anxionnaz. Rene : See — 

Hermitte. Louis A., and S6dille. 
Imbert, Roger J. 
Imbert, Roger J., and Anxionnaz. 
Imbert, Roger ,T., and SSdille. 
Imbert, Roger J. 
Sgdille, Marcel H. L. 
S6dllle. Marcel H. L., and Imbert. 
Sedille, Marcel H. L.. and Menard. 
Anxionnaz, Ren6. and M. H. L. S6dille : said SCdille as- 
signor or Societe Rateau (Soci6t6 Anonyme), Paris, 
France. Propelling a vehicle using normally gaseous 
fuel as a liquid. 2,602,289, July 8. 
Anxionnaz, Reng, M. H. L. S6dille, and R. J. Imbert. as- 
signors of one-half to Societe Rateau (Societe Anonyme), 
Paris, France. Jet propulsion and boundary layer con- 
trol system for aircraft. 2,604,277, July 22. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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assignors to Societe 
France. Axial flow 



Anxionnaz, EenS, and R. J. Imbert, 
Rateau (Societe Anonyme), Paris 
compressor. 2,613,869, Oct. 14. 

Anzell, Antliony D., Ctieboygan, Mich. Plastic necktie 
knot. 2,617,108, Nov. 11. 

Apel, George E., Belmont. Mass., and D. F. Collins, Pontiac. 
Mich., assignors to Boston Woven Hose and Rubber 
Company, Cambridge, Mass. Vulcanizing machine. 
2,591,995, Apr. 8. 

Apex Accessories Co., Inc., assignee : See — - 
Jaccarino, Frederick, and Pinson. 

Apex Electrical Manufacturing Company, The, assignee : 
See- 
Davis. Archibald H. 
Davis, Archibald H., and Archbold. 
Kirby, James B. 
Wied, .Tulius P. 

Apex Smelting Company, assignee : See — 
Stobie, John J., and Youngkrantz. 

Apgar, Charles W., Philadelphia, assignor to Seaboard Con- 
tainer Corporation, Bristol, Pa. Fan-folded stack of 
corrugated board for tubular containers. 2,604,984, 
July 29. 

ApothSloz, Robert, Zurich, assignor to Machine Tool Works 
Oerlikon, Administration Company, Zurich-Oerlikon, 
Switzerland. Impact fuse for rocket projectiles. 
2,619,905, Dec. 2. 

Appel, Everett H., Aurora, ni. Pick-up arrangement 
for agricultural leading machines. 2,597,218. May 20. 

Appel, Everett H., Aurora, 111. Bale loading machine. 



Bale loading machine. 
Key for musical instru- 



2.597.219, May 20. 
Appel, Everett H., Aurora, 111. 

2.597.220, May 20. 
Appel, William G.. Chicago, III. 

ments. 2,584,319, Feb. 5. 

Apperson. Lester D., Convent Station, assignor to Colgate- 
Palmolive-Peet Company, Jersev Citv, N. J. Zinc sul- 
famate antiperspirant. 2,586.289, Feb. 19. 

Apperson, Lester D., Convent Station, and E. L. Richard- 
son. Fair Lawn, assignors to Colgate-Palmolive-Peet 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Aluminum sulfamate anti- 
perspirant preparation. 2,586.287, Feb. 19. 

Apperson, Lester D., Convent Station, and E. L. Richard- 
son, Bound Brook, assignors to Colgate-Palmolive-Peet 
Company, Jersey City, N. J. Aluminum sulfamate anti- 
perspirant. 2,586,288, Feb. 19. 

Appert, Kurt E. : See — 

Erickson, Lennart G., and Appert. 

Appert, Kurt B., San Francisco, assignor to Lenkurt 
Electric Co., Inc., San Carlos, Calif. Carrier tvpe 
signaling system. 2,611,031, Sept. 16. 

Apple. Edward G., Burlington, N. C. Denture marking 
instrument. 2,618.068, Nov. 18. 

Apple, Lee S., Syracuse, N. Y.. assignor to General Electric 
Company. Dynamic braking system. 2,615,152, Oct. 

Appleby. Amedee D., Odessa, Tex. Grinding machine. 
2,587.952. Mar. 4. 

Applegate, Lindsay M., Oswego, Oreg.. assignor to the 
United States of America as represented bv the Secre- 
tary of the Interior. Circuit breaker. 2,611,846 Sept. 
23. 

Applegate, Lindsay M., Portland, and L. R. Spaulding, 
Oswego, Orog. Protective relay system. 2,602,841, 
July 8. 

Applpgnte. Robert D., Attica, Ind. Grain drier. 2,600,603. 
June 17. 

Appleman. Glen, Bethlehem, Pa., assignor to W. N. Mat- 
thews Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Fuse link. 2,614,192, 
Oct. 14. 

Appleton, Albert, and R. A. Collinge. Earlestown. Newton- 
le-Wlllows. assignors to T. & T. Vicars Limited. Newton- 
le-Willows. England. Device for forming articles from 
plastic sheet or web materials. 2.595.560. May 6. 

Appleton, Arthur I., Northbrook, 111. Box extension ring. 
2,622,756, Dec. 23. 

Appleton, William A., Wembley, assignor to Arc Manu- 
facturing Company Limited, London, England. Com- 
bined arc welding electrode holder and high-frenuencv 
generator. 2,612,582, Sept. 30. 

Appleton Wood Products Co., assignee : See — 
Van Ryzin, Joseph P. 

Applewhite. Jesse E., Laredo, Tex. Diamond-charged saw 
blade. 2.608.036. Aug. 26. 

Appliance Engineering Co.. assignee : See — 
Beuscher, William B. 

Appliance Corpnrarion of America, assignee: See — 
Horvnth. John F. 

Aquaness Corporation, assignee : See — 
Todd, Raymond W.. and Fuchs. 

Aqua-Therm. Inc.. assignee: See — 
Beringer, William J. 

Aquilla. John. Brooklyn, assisnor to Eagle National Print- 
ing and Die Cutting Corp., New York. N. Y. Machine 
for making corrugated paperboard. 2.587.273, Feb 26 

Arakelian. Haig M., Peabody, Mass, ~ ' ■ - ~- 
ment. 2,592.104, .-\pr. 8, 

Aram. Nathan W.. Park Ridge, 111.. 
Radio Corporation. Subscription 
2,632.941. Dec. 30. 

Arant, Perry, San Gabriel, assignor to Clayton Manufac- 
turing Company. EI Monte, Calif. Detergent dissolving 
apparatus. 2,604,386 Julv 22. 



Liquid filtering ele- 

assignor to Zenith 
television system. 



Arata, George C, executor : See — 

Baender, Charles L. 
Arato, Achille, Turin, Italy. Variable-speed transmission 

mechanism. 2,595,439, May 6. 
Arbib, Richard H., Grosse Point Woods, assignor to Hou- 
daille-Hershey Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Bumper 
guard structure. 2,613,099, Oct. 7. 
Arbib, Richard H., New York. N. Y., assignor to Swank, 

Inc. Salesman's carrying case. 2,604,959, July 29. 
Arbib, Richard H., New York. N. Y., assignor to Swank, 

Inc. Necktie rack. 2,604,998, July 29. 
Arbit, Harry A. : See — 

Burtner, Robert E., and Arbit. 
Arbiter, Nathaniel, and O. E. Young, Morenci, Ariz., as- 
signors to Phelps Dodge Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Selective recoverv of molybdenum sulfide by flotation. 
2,608,298, Aug. 26. 
Arbogast, Alfred C, assignor to Northern Indiana Brass 
Co., Elkhart, Ind. Making pipe joints. 2,598,338, 
May 27. 
Arbuckle. Frederick M. : See — 

Lindley, Frederick A., and Arbuckle. 
Arbuckle. Lawrence L., Chicago, assignor to Bell & Gossett 
Company, Morton Grove, 111. Heat exchanger for re- 
frigerating systems. 2,596,195, May 13. 
Arc Manufacturing Company Limited, assignee : See — 

Appleton, William A. 
Arcadia Metal Products, assignee : See — 

Best, Melvin H., and Le Bon. 
Archambault, Jean M., Asnieres, France. Railway ve- 
hicle axle mounting. 2.614,508, Oct. 21. 
Archbold^ Ralph L. : See — 

Davis, Archibald H., and Archbold. 
Archbold, Richard, assignee : See — 

Nagel. Robert J. 
Archer, Clarence D., and K. L. Shuey, Knights Land- 
ing, Calif. Winged harrow hitching cart. 2,599,084, 
June 3. 
Archer-Daniels-Midland Company, assignee : See — 

Slotter, Richard L. 
Archer. Edna M., Los Angeles, Calif. Massaging machine. 

2.589,322, Mar. 18. 
Archer. Jean, Paris. France. Goods elevator for vehicles. 

2.589.654, Mar. 18. 
Archer, John, assignor to English Steel Corporation Lim- 
ited, Sheffield, England. Screw threading die and Its 
manufacture. 2.607.935, Aug. 26. 
Archer, Sydney, Albany, assignor to Sterling Drug Inc., 
New York, N. Y. lodinated aminophenylsulfonylamino 
carboxylic acids. 2,592.105, Apr. 8. 
Archer, Sydney, Albany, N. Y., assignor to Sterling Drug 
Inc.. Wilmington. Del. Alkoxyalkyl iodobenzoates. 
2,612,517. Sept. 30. 
Archer, Sydney, Albany, assignor to Sterling Drug Inc., 
New York, N. Y. 3,5-diiodo-4-pyridylmercapto-carbox- 
ylic acids and their preparation. 2.615.895, Oct. 28. 
Archer. Sydney, and C. M. Suter. Albany, assignors to 
Sterling Drug Inc.. New York, N. Y. Tertiary-amino- 
alkvl diarvlmethyl sulfones and their preparation. 
2,618,637. Nov. 18. 
Archer, Sydney, and C. M. Suter, Albany County, and 
B. F. Tullar. Rensselaer. N. Y., assignors to Sterling 
Drug Inc., Wilmington, Del. Certain amino hydrocar- 
bon sulfones and preparation. 2,618.640, Nov. 18. 
Archer. Vincent W.. Charlottesville, Va., assignor to Re- 
search Corporation. New York, N. Y. Radiant energy 
opaque fabric. 2.623.549. Dec. 30. 
Archer, William K., assignor to Injection Molding Com- 
pany, Kansas City. Mo. Sealing holow bodies, such as 
bottles and similar containers of plastic material. 
2.588.604. Mar. 11. 
Archibald, Francis M., Elizabeth. N. .T.. assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Companv. Treating oil with sul- 
fur trioxide. 2.581,064. Jan. 1. 
.\rchibald. Francis M.. Elizabeth. N. J., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Glass sampling pump. 
2.604,851. July 29. 
.\rchibald. Francis M.. Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Continuous settling 
apparatus, 2.613.811, Oct. 14. 
Archibald. Frederick R., St. George, S. C, assignor to 
Ancor Corporation, New York. N. Y. Alumina extrac- 
tion. 2.604.379, July 22. 
.■\rchibald. Inn W.. assignor to James Hardie & Coy. Pty. 
Limited. Sydney. New South Wales. Australia. Appa- 
ratus for the manufacture of glass wool and other 
filamentous liquefiable solid materials. 2,588,690, 
Mar. 11. 
Archie. Bennie L., Jr.. Los Angeles, Calif. Combination 

bathtub and washtub. 2,580,638, Jan. 1. 
Arcidiacono. Peter, Maplewood. N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Harvel Research Corporation. Coated 
base, the coating being in macrocrystalline form and 
composed of normallv solid film forming material and 
trioxane. 2.584.657, Feb. 5. 
.\rco Company. The. assignee : See — 

Hexter. Paul L. 
Arcus, Alex A. : See — 

Luttringhaus. Hans. Flint, and Arcus. 
Ardell. Edgar : See — 

Fischer, Paul E.. and Ardell. 
Ardell, Edgar, Mlddletown, Conn., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Bmhart Manufacturing Company. 
Case unloader. 2,609,109, Sept. 2. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Arden Farms Co., assignee : jSee — 
Kipper. Allen P. 
Luterick, Marcellus C. 

Ardis, Alan E. : See — 

Gilbert, Harry, and Ardis. 

Schmidt, Rictiard F., Ardis, and Gilbert. 

Ardis, Alan E., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, assignor to The 
B. F. Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Preparation 
of diacyl cyanides. 2,596.804, May 13. 

Ardis, Alan E., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, assignor to The 
B. F. Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Solutions 
of polymers of vinylidene cyanide. 2,600,180. June 10. 

Ardis, Alan E., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, assignor to The 
B. F. Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Copolymers 
of vinylidene cyanide with monoolenns. 2,615,865, Oct. 
28. 

Ardis. Alan E., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, assignor to The 
B. F. Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Preparation 
of l-acetosy-l,l-dicyano-ethane. 2,623,062, Dec. 23. 

Arditi, Maurice, assignor to International Standard Elec- 
tric Corporation, New York, N. Y. Storage tube system. 
2.617,963, Nov. 11. 

Arditi, Maurice. New York, and W. D. Urban, Queens 
Village, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Interna- 
tional Standard Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Making secondary emission electrodes. 2,586,771, 
Feb. 26. 

Ardito, William A., West Springfield, and J. Pickford, 
Springfield, Mass., assignors to Westinghouse Electric 
Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Suction cleaning 
apparatus. 2,582,219, Jan. 15. 

Ardussi, Wallace F., Rocky River. Ohio, assignor to Hupp 
Corporation, formerly Hupp Motor Car Corporation, De- 
troit, Mich. Seat supporting structure. 2,614,608, 
Oct. 21. 

Arehart, David D., and R. T. Dittmer, assignors to 
Palace Corporation, Flint, Mich. Collapsible building. 
2,611,454, Sept. 23. 

Arelt, Eugene G., assignor to Onondaga Pottery Com- 
pany, Syracuse, N. Y. Machine for finishing articles 
of pottery ware. 2,608,738, Sept. 2. 

Arenberg, Albert L., Highland Park, assignor to Patent 
License Corporation, Chicago, 111. Interior illumina- 
tion system for vehicles and recessed twin beam fixtures 
therefor. 2.582,738, Jan. 15. 

Arenberg, Albert L., Highland Park, and E. C. Zimmer- 
man, Winnetka, assignors to Patent License Corpora- 
tion. Chicago, 111. Car lighting structure. 2,587,807, 
Mar. 4. 

Arenberg, David L., Rochester, Mass.. assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of the Navy. Multichannel 
filter. 2,596,460, May 13. 

Arends, Jacobus L., Hilversum, Netherlands, assignor to 
Hartford National Bank and Trust Company, Hart- 
ford, Conn., as trustee. Superheterodyne receiver. 
2,611,083, Sept. 16. 

Arengo, Christopher G., assignor of one-half to Bristol 
Repetition Limited, Portishead, England. Tool setting 
device on lathes and other machine tools. 2,600,829, 
June 17. 

Arengo-Jones. Rhys W., Toronto, Ontario. Canada, as- 
signor to Food Machinery and Chemical Corporation. 
Seed celling machine. 2,614,593 Oct. 21. 

Arens. Cecil F., South Bend, Ind. Sash hanger. 2,598,093, 
May 27. 

Arentzen, Holger C, assignor to Fonofilm Industri A/S, 
Copenhagen, Denmark. Moving-coil phonograph pick- 
up. 2,591,996, Apr. 8. 

Arentzen, Holger C, Copenhagen. Denmark. Electrody- 
namic recording device. 2.617.894. Nov. 11. 

Arey, Ralph G., assignor to Ward Machine Company, Inc., 
Brockton, Mass. Handle-container for different size 
hexagonal wrenches. 2,593,828, Apr. 22. 

Arey, Ralph G., Brockton, Mass. Repeating safety razor. 
2,610,394. Sept. 16. 

ArgSrden, Carl G., assignor to Svenska Aktiebolaget Tell, 
Stockholm, Sweden. Molding machine for hollow stones 
and the like. 2,622,301, Dec. 23. 

Argus Cameras, Inc., assignee : See — 
Wilkinson, Leonard A. 

Ariens, Mando S., Brillion. Wis. Rotary tiller. 2,616,348, 
Nov. 4. 

Aries, Robert S., Brooklyn, N. Y. Extracting proteins from 

yeast. 2,603,630, July 15. 
Aries, Robert S., New York, N. Y. Brake and handle 

arrangement for baby carriages. 2,582,737, Jan. 15. 
Aries, Robert S., New York. N. Y., and H. C. Needle, 
Chicago, 111. Producing lactic acid. 2,588,460, Mar. 11. 
Aristocrat Manicuring Company, assignee : See — 

Kessler, Merrill. 
Arkansas Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Cook, Alton A,, and Sapers. 
Cook, Alton A., Shane and Whitworth. 
Arkell Safety Bag Company, assignee : See — 

Doyle, James F. 
Arkel.van, Adele M. : See — 

Eskin, Samuel G.. Rice, and Arkelyan. 
Arkis, Jerome W.. Hammond, Ind.. and D. I. Walker, 
Evanston, assignors to Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 
111. Cleansing composition. 2,607,741, Aug. 19. 
Arledter, Hanns : See — 

Engelhardt, Rudolf, and Arledter. 



Arledter, Hanns, Koln-Kalk. and R. Engelhardt, Lever- 
kusen-Bayerwerk, assignors to Farbenfabriken Bayer, 
Leverkusen, Germany. Electrical capacitor and foil 
therefor. 2,593,829, Apr. 22. 
Arlington Machine Works, Inc., assignee : See — 

Stahl, Fred A. 
Arlington Sheet Metal Corporation, assignee : See — 

O'Shea, John E. 
Arma Corporation, assignee : See — 
Cunningham, Frederick W. 
Davis, Arthur P., and Agins. 
Krell, Alfred. 
Armacost, Wilbur H., Scarsdale, N. Y., assignor to Com- 
bustion Engineering- Superheater, Inc. Spacing ferrule 
for bonding fins to tubes. 2,618,234, Nov. 18. 
Armacost, Wilbur H., Scarsdale, N. Y., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Combustion Engineering-Superheater, 
Inc. Steam generator with dust separator. 2,623,505, 
Dec. 30. 

Armacost Wilbur H., Scarsdale, and D. M. Schoenfeld, New 
York, N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Com- 
bustion Engineering-Superheater, Inc. High tempera- 
ture fluid heater. 2,614,541, Oct. 21. 

Armand, Clifford G. M., Cheltenham, England. Mold for 
molding sweetmeats. 2,592,232. Apr. 8. 

Armand, Estelle T., n4e Dumais, Montreal Quebec, Canada. 
Bookmarkiug device. 2,585,421, Feb. 12. 

Armari, Ettore, Chiasso, Switzerland. Apparatus for 
automatically glazing elements arranged on flexible 
bands, particularly for coloring sliding clasp fasteners. 
2,597,049, May 20. 

Armbrust, Henry N., .Tamestown, R. I., assignor to Pro- 
portioneers. Inc. Chemical feeding device. 2,621,795, 
Dec. 10. 

Armbruster, Gordon E., Oak Park, and C. C. Cole, West- 
ern Springs, 111., assignors to Western Electric Com- 
pany, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Electrical test 
equipment. 2,603,683, July 15. 

Armbruster. John W., East Rockaway, N. Y. Container 
safety lock. 2,588,605, Mar. 11. 

Armco Steel Corporation, assignee : See — 
Bloom, Frederick K. 
Cobb, Harold W. 
Hudson, Edwin B. 
Jackson, John M., and Carpenter. 
Jennings, Paul A. 
Kreml, John F. 

Littmann, Martin F., and Heckh. 
Loveless. Donald L. 
Marshall, Marcus W., and Waxweiler. 
Olt, Theodore F., and Canfield. 
Reinartz, Leo F., and Fon Dersmith. 
Tanczyn. Harry. 
Armelin, Edouard-Roger, London, England. Device for 
use in connection with pens or pencils. 2,620,143, 
Dec. 2. 
Armenti, James. Maplewood, N. J. Bobbin winder. 

2,584,320, Feb. 5. 
Armento, William H., Albany, assignor to General Aniline 
& Film Corporation, New York. N. Y. Diphenyl disazo 
dyes containing deaminated amine coupling components. 
2,607,769, Aug. 19. 
Armentrout, Arthur L., Long Beach, Calif. Circulation 
control for wells and actuator therefor. 2,616,503, 
Nov. 4. 
Armentrout, Arthur L., Long Beach, Calif. Circulating 

unit and actuator therefor. 2,619,179, Nov. 25. 
Armer, Austin A., Davis, assignor to Spreckels Sugar Com- 
pany, San Francisco, Calif. Apparatus for separating 
mud, weeds, and stems from vegetables. 2,604,206, 
July 22. 
Armfield, Wyatt J. : See — 

Hay, Vernon H.. and Armfield. 
Armington, George E. : See — 

Armington. Raymond Q. and G. E. 
Armington, George B., South Euclid 
Euclid Road Machinery Co., Euclid, 
power steering. 2,583,197, Jan. 22. 
Armington, George E., South Euclid, 
Euclid Road Machinery Co., Euclid 
trol for tractor-trailer unit. 2,604,177. July 22. 
Armington. Raymond Q., Shaker Heights, and G. E. Arm- 
ington, South Euclid, assignors to The Euclid Road 
Machinery Co., Euclid, Ohio. Excavating and loading 
plow with endless conveyer. 2,618,083, Nov. 18. 
Armistead, Fontaine C. : See — 

Mead, Louis W., and Armistead. 
Armistead, William H.. assignor to Corning Glass Works, 

Corning. N. Y. Optical glass. 2,584,974, Feb. 12. 
Armistead, William H., assignor to Corning Glass Works, 

Corning, N. Y. Optical glass. 2,584,975, Fet. 12. 
Armistead, William H.. assignor to Corning Glass Works, 
Corning, N. Y. Optical glass. 2,606,841. Aug. 12. 

Armitage. Frank L. : See — 

Hewitt. Donald H., and Armitage. 
Swanson, Carl R.. Olson, and Armitage. 
Armitage, Frank, and E. S. J. Fry, Homerton, London, 
England, assignors, by mesne assignments, to The Sher- 
win-Williams Company, Cleveland. Ohio. Interpolymers 
and making same. 2,589,655, Mar. 18. 



assignor to The 
Ohio. Two-speed 



assignor to 
Ohio. Drive 



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Armitage, Frank^ London, and J. J. Sleightholme, Carlisle, 
Cumberland, England, assignors, by mesne assignments, 
to The Sherwin-Williams Company, Cleveland. Ohio. 
Manufacture of interpolymers of styrene with unsat- 
urated fatty acids and polyhydric alcoholic esters 
thereof. 2,586,593, Feb. 19. 

Armitage, Joseph B., Wauwatosa, and H. L. Hey wood. 
West AUis, Wis. Hydraulic clutch mechanism. 
2,600,043. June 10. 

Armitage, Joseph B., Wauwatosa, J. N. Flaonery, West 
Allis. and J. B. Lukey, Milwaukee, assignors to Kearney 
& Trecker Corporation, West Allis, Wis. Machine tool 
control mechanism. 2,603,321, July 15. 

Armitage. Joseph B., Wauwatosa, assignor to Kearney & 
Trecker Corporation, West Allis, Wis. Milling machine. 

2.605.677, Aug. 5. 

Armitage. Joseph B., Wauwatosa, and O. W. Barker, Mil- 
waukee, assignors to Kearney & Trecker Corporation, 
West Allis, Wis. Milling and boring machine. 

2.605.678. Aug. 5. 

Armitage, Joseph B., Wauwatosa, and O. W. Barker, Mil- 
waukee, assignors to Kearney & Trecker Corporation, 
West Allis, Wis. Machine tool structure and transmis- 
sion mechanism. 2,621,566, Dec. 16. 
Armitage, Norman A., Watford, and J. Henderson. Man- 
chester, England, assignors to Imperial Chemical In- 
dustries Limited. Coloring process for nylon. 2,623,834, 
Dec. 30. 
Armor, Robert L., Los Angeles, and H. I. Winslow. North 
Hollywood, assignors of one-half to E. T. Mape, San 
Francisco Calif. Coin - controlled credit system. 
2,623,621, Dec. 30. 
Armour and Company, assignee : See — 

Barr. James A., Jr. 

Black, James. 

Cornwell, Earl D., and Doblja. 

Davis, Charles J., Jr. 

Fencil, Louise K., Cavanaugh, and Borkenhagen. 

Harrington, Bertie S. 

Hull, Maurice E. 

Jacob, William A., Jr., and A'an de Erve. 

Kaiser, Emil, and Svarz. 

Kaiser. Emil, Andersen, and Svarz. 

Keil, Havard L. 

Marcoux, Melvin W. 

Maxwell, Loyal C, and Hinkel. 

Morris, Charles E.. and Khym. 

Orth, George O., Jr. 

Ralston, Anderson W.. Vander Wal and Harwood. 

Reck, Richard A. 

Reynolds, Henry J., and Strong. 

Shappee, Jonathan. 

Sifferd. Robert H. 

Sifferd, Robert H.. and Schmitt. 

Storrs, Arnold B., and Froedge. 

Sullivan, William R., and Cleary. 

Thompson, Robert E. 

Toone, Conrad. 

Turinsky, Otto. 

Vander Wal, Robert J., and Van Akkeren. 

Weber, William F. 

Wiesman, Clarence K., Whetzell and Schjeldahl. 
Armour, Louise, Washington, D. C. Dart for torso- 
fitting lady's garment. 2.582,739, Jan. 15. 
Armour Research Foundation of Illinois Institute of 
Technology, assignee : See — 

Camras, Marvin. 

Danisch, Marion S. 

Heeren, Martin H., and Camras. 

Lloyd, William R., and Sotres. 

Wiegand. David E. 

Zenner. Raymond E. 
Arms. Merton H.. assignor to Bryant Chucking Grinder 
Company, Springfield, Vt. Grinding lobed forms. 
2,580,989. Jan. 1. 
Armstrong, Adam E., assignor to Armstrong Machine 
Works, Three Rivers, Mich. Threading attachment for 
lathes. 2.590,224. Mar. 25. 
Armstrong-Bray & Co., assignee : See — 

Llewellyn, Rossiter S. 
Armstrong. Charles E., Portland, Oreg. Thermostat. 
2,613,298, Oct. 7. 

Armstrong Coalbreak Company, assignee : See — 

Filstrup, Edward C. 

Filstrup, Edward C, Jr. 
Armstrong Cork Company, assignee : See — 

Barsy, Imre J. 

Baymiller, John W. 

Benner, Joseph A., and Sharf. 

Billmeyor, Bruce R. 

Bishop, Le Roy D. 

Breuer, Frederick W.. and Zentmyer. 

Drver. Edward L. 

Elliott, Charles G. 

Feigley. David A., Jr. 

Card, George E. 

Card. George E.. and Phillips. 

Guenther, Martin H. 

Heinzelman, Earl E. 

Herr, Benjamin F. 

Humphreys, Harry S. 

Johnson, Warren C. 

Kyle, Joseph H., Adams, and Brunner. 

Leed. Edgar I. 



Armstrong Cork Company, assignee : See — Continued. 
Lohr, Albert M. 
Navikas, Victor A. 
Powers, Edison. 
Powers, Henry L., and Reehling. 
Roselle, Herbert, Jr. 
Schaller, Carl J. 
Wiley. John W. 

Worm, Erwin A., Jr., and Raymond. 
Armstrong, Daniel A., assignor to Scott-Atwater Manu- 
facturing Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Outboard 
motor with removable cover casing. 2,600,181, June 10. 
Armstrong, Daniel A., and H. K. Palmer, assignors to 
Scott-Atwater Manufacturing Company, Minneapolis, 
Minn. Outboard motor starting device. 2,592,639, 
Apr. 15. 
Armstrong, Edwin H., New York, N. Y. Radio signaling. 

2,602,885, July 8. 
Armstrong. Eldon L. : See — 

Nichols, Clayton W.. Jr.. Armstrong and Schroeder. 
Schott, John E. and Armstrong. 
Armstrong, Eldon L., Garden City, and R. A. Butcosk, 
Jackson Heights, N. Y., assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil 
Company, Incorporated. Stabilized greases. 2,605,225, 
July 29. 
Armstrong. Ellis B., Lubbock, Tex. Well packer with 

expandible seals. 2,589,656, Mar. 18. 
Armstrong, Francis J., Syracuse. N. Y., assignor to United 
States Hoffman Machinery Corporation, New York, N. X. 
Filter. 2,592,527. Apr. 15. 
Armstrong, Frank W.. Jr. : See — 

Carpenter. Otis R., and Armstrong. 
Carpenter, Otis R., Armstrong, and Rasmusen. 
Armstrong, Glenn. Lone Fountain, Va. Animal and poul- 
try snare and killer. 2,616,123, Nov. 4. 
Armstrong. Godfrey P., Kingswood, T. Bewley, Epsom, 
and K. H. W. Turck, Banstead, England, assignors, by 
mesne assignments, to Hercules Powder Company. 
Manufacture of Isopropyl benzene hydroperoxide. 
2,619,510, Nov. 25. 
Armstrong, Howard H., Cuyahoga Falls. Ohio, assignor 
to The B. F. Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. E.x- 
pansible plug closure. 2,604,225, July 22. 
Armstrong. James F., Detroit, Mich., and F. A. Kommer, 
assignors to Carter Carburetor Corporation, St. Louis, 
Mo. Valve assembly. 2,603,444, July 15. 
Armstrong, John E., and C. Jacuzzi, Berkeley, Calif., 
assignors to Jacuzzi Bros., Incorporated. Air charger 
for water systems. 2,621,597, Dec. 16. 
Armstrong, John H.. and D. E. Sullivan. Washington. D. C. 
Fluid control shock testing device. 2,604,777 July 29. 
Armstrong, John L.. assignor to Eastern States Petroleum 
Co., Inc., Houston. Tex. Sealing device for regenerator 
apparatus. 2,590,293, Mar. 25. 
Armstrong, John W. : See — 

Frank, Bernard E., Armstrong, and Histed. 
Armstrong Machine Works, assignee: See — 

Armstrong. Adam E. 
Armstrong, Marshall C. Hebron, and E. M. Lockhart, 
Newark, assignors to Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corpora- 
tion. Toledo, Ohio. Bonded mineral fiber products and 
preparing the same. 2.604,427, July 22. 
.Vrmstrong. Paul L., Johnson City, and D. B. Pence, Lime- 
stone, Tenn. Automobile radiator cleaning device. 
2.598.963. June 3. 
Armstrong Riding Car Operator Corp., assignee : See — 

Armstrong, Westropp. 
Armstrong, Robert T. : See — 

Small, Frederick T., Armstrong, and Shoup. 
Armstrong Rubber Company, The, assignee : See — 

P.uddenliagen, Frederick E. 
Armstrong, Ruth, assignee : See — 

Armstrong. Thomas. 
Armstrong Siddeley Motors Limited, assignee: See — 

Clark. Thomas, and Harvey. 
Armstrong. Thomas. Oakville. Ontario, Canada, assignor 

to R. Armstrong. Window blind. 2,605,824, Aug. 5. 
Armstrong. Thomas. Oakville, Ontario, Canada, assignor 

to R. Armstrong. Window blind. 2,605.825. Aug. 5. 
Armstrong, Victor C, Short Hills, N. J. Device for setting 

golf balls and tees. 2.609.198, Sept. 2. 
Armstrong. Wayne, Woodland, Calif. Can cutter. 

2,602,993, July 15. 
Armstrong. Westropp. Philadelphia. Pa., assignor to Arm- 
strong Riding Car Operator Corp.. Chic.igo. 111. Ele- 
vator ear-borne mechanism for translating pin-engaging 
jaws. 2,604,191. July 22. 

Army. United States of America as represented by the 
Secretary of the. assignee : See — 

Aitchison. John P.. and Bonkemeyer. 

Bartlett. Paul D.. and Dauben. 

Bartlett, Paul D.. and McKusick. 

Beekman. Emile JIcK. 

Berdick. Murray, and Hochstadt. 

Brady. James M. 

Bryant, Eugene E. 

Colley, Martin H. 

Curran, Joseph. 

Daniel, Arthur F. 

Dixon. Paul H. 

Drake, Nathan L., and Eaker. 

Drake, Nathan L., Eaker and Shenk. 

Dunn, Ralph L. 

Ellis, Grenville B. 



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Army, United States of America as represented by the 
Secretary of the, assignee : See — Continued. 
Fieser, Louis F., and Hershberg. 
Fischbach, Adolph. 
Fischer, Karl A., and Hecht. 
Gay, Herman P. 
Gordon, William. 
Gruss, George A. 
Higbie, Howard E. 
Hunrath, George. 
Huzel, Dieter K. 
Jacobs, Harold, and Martin. 
Kallmann, Hartmut P. 
Kuthe, Herman K., and Bloemeke. 
Lippel, Bernard. 
MacGlashan, William F., Jr. 
Mankowich, Abraham. 
Maresca, Peter T. 

Margraf, Harry J., and MacGlashan. 
Michel, Josef M., and Hager. 
Milton, Clare L., Jr., and Nielson. 
Minor, Francis W., Sookne, Harris, and Pyle. 
Newman, Melvin S., and Magerlein. 
Nielson, Carl A., Leonard, and Cort. 
Price, Charles C, and Roberts. 
Rabinow, Jacob. 
Raburn, Louis B., and Woods. 
Rothstein, Jerome. 
Sanders, Lawrence C. 
Sculthorpe, Raymond. 
Showers, Ralph M., and Weisbecker. 
Siggers, Philip E. 
Speaker, Harry B. 
Spencer, Burdell D. 
Swart'/,. Louis, and Hughes. 
Wagner. Herbert M. 
Ziegler. Hans K. 
Armzen Company, Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Sendzimir, Tadeusz. 
Arnall, Horace J., Clay City, 111. Auxiliary gas lift for 

oil wells. 2,012,117, Sept. 30. 
Arnaud, Henri, Paris, France. Instantaneous heating of 

a fluid circulating in a tube. 2,616,022, Oct. 28. 
Arnaud, Jean C, Facture, assignor to La Cellulose du Pin, 
Paris, France. Centrifugal evaporator. 2,623.580, 
Dec. 30. 
Arndt, Franklin E., Gallon, Ohio, assignor to The Gallon 
Iron Works & Manufacturing Company. Road edger for 
a moldboard type road grader. 2,622,350 Dee. 23. 
Arndt, John P., Jr., Fuclid, assignor to The Brush Develop- 
ment Company. Cleveland, Ohio., Piezoelectric trans- 
ducer with push-pull and feedback circuit. 2,594,841, 
Apr. 29. 
Arndt, John P.. Jr., Euclid, and J. E. Shomer, Jr., as- 
signors to The Brush Development Company, Cleveland, 
Ohio. Frequency modulated magnetic recording and 
reproducing. 2,583,983, Jan. 29. 
Arndt, Wilhelm P North Hollywood, Calif., assignor to 
General Foods Corporation, New York, N. Y. Extrac- 
tion of citrus juice. 2,608,486, Aug. 26. 
Arne. Christian, Chicago, 111. Compound siphon. 

2,617.262. Nov. 11. 
Arner, Sterling R. : ^See — 

Currie, Grover C. Dans, and Arner. 
Arneson, Edwin L., Morris, assisgnor to Morris Paper 
Mills, Chicago, 111. Paperboard partitioned article car- 
rier. 2,584,658, Feb. 5. 
Arneson, Edwin L., Morris, assignor to Morris Paper 
Mills, Chicago, 111. Bottle carrier. 2,587,808, Mar. 4. 
Arneson, Edwin L., Morris, assignor to Morris Paper Mills, 

Chicago, 111. Bottle loader. 2,587,953. Mar. 4. 
Arneson, Edwin L., Morris, assignor to Morris Paper Mills, 

Chicago, 111. Bottle carrier. 2,594,376, Apr. 29. 
Arneson, Edwin L., Morris, assignor to Morris Paper Mills, 

Chicago, 111. Bottle carrier. 2,594,377, Apr. 29. 
Arneson, Edwin L., Morris, assignor to Morris Paper Mills, 

Chicago. 111. Bottle carrier. 2.616,611, Nov. 4. 
Arneson, Lawrence E., Morris, assignor to Morris Paper 
Mills, Chicago, 111. Carton setup machine. 2,585,074, 
Feb. 12. 
Arneson, Lawrence E., Morris, assignor to Morris Paper 
Mills, Chicago, 111. Machine for inserting handles in 
cartons. 2,601,816, July 1. 

Arneson, Lawrence E., Morris, assignor to Morris Paper 
Mills, Chicago, lU. Carton loading machine. 2,608,330, 
Aug. 26. 

Arnett, Leslie, Chicago, 111., assignor of one-half to 
Square Manufacturing Company and one-half to ABC 
Vending Corporation. New York, N. Y. Beverage dis- 
pensing machine. 2,583,461, Jan. 22. 

Arnett. Millard F., Fairmont. W. Va. Coin dispenser. 
2,587,809, Mar. 4. 

Amey, Charles E., Indianapolis. Ind. Water level re- 
sponsive control switch assembly. 2,583.077, Jan. 22. 

Arnold, Albert W., Beverly Hills, assignor to Cascade 
Pump Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Pump. 2,599,600, 
June 10. 

Arnold, Alfred L.. assignee : See — 
Housley, Robert B. 

Arnold, Charles R., New Richmond. Wis., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Harris Trust and Savings Bank 
and W. H. Milsted, as trustees. Liquid level control. 
2,606,572, Aug. 12. 



Arnold, Clifford H., Chicago, 111. Work rest blade. 
2,581,226. Jan. 1. 

Arnold, Ernest A., Monument, Kans. Tractor jack. 
2,590,361, Mar. 25. 

Arnold, Evelyn : See — 

Guion, Henry A., and Arnold. 

Arnold, George, assignee : See — 
Housley, Robert B. 

Arnold, George, Shaker Heights, H. A. Schultz, Garfield 
Heights, and E. E. Rhoads. Solon, assignors to Cleve- 
land Frog & Crossing Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Rail brace. 
2,600,183. June 10. 

Arnold, George B. : See — 

Bruner. Frank PI., Hess, and Arnold. 
Hess, Howard V., and Arnold. 
Hess, Howard V., Arnold, and Drabkin. 
Hess, Howard V., Arnold, and Truitt. 
Pevere, Ernest F., and Arnold. 

Arnold, George B., Coral Gables, assignor to Arnold 
Products, Inc., Miami, Fla. Window construction. 
2,581,465, Jan. 8. 

Arnold, George B.. Glenham, and L. Kovach, Beacon, 
assignors to The Texas Company, New York, N. Y. 
Refining kerosenes and gas oil by ternary azeotropic 
distillation with furfural and water. 2,600,182, 
June 10. 

Arnold, George B., Fishkill, and L. Kovach, Beacon, as- 
signors to The Texas Company, New York, N. Y. Re- 
fining kerosenes and gas oil by ternary azeotropic dis- 
tillation. 2.600,184, June 10. 

Arnold, George B., Glenham, H. V. Hess, and W. E. Skel- 
ton. Beacon, assignors to The Texas Company, New 
York, N. Y. Separation of wax constituents and the like 
from oil. 2,606,140, Aug. o. 

Arnold, Gerald D., Wauwatosa, Wis. Rotary drum heat 
exchanger. 2,618,865, Nov. 25. 

Arnold, Herrick R. Wilmington, and J. E. Carnahan, 
New Castle, assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company. Wilmington, Del. Metal molybdite catalyzed 
hydrogenation process. 2,584,531, Feb. 5. 

Arnold. Herrick R., Wilmington, and J. E. Carnahan, New 
Castle, assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Com- 
pany. Wilmington, Del. Metal molybdite catalyzed de- 
hydration process. 2.591.493, Apr. 1. 

Arnold, John H., Summit, N. J„ assignor to Hydrocarbon 
Research. Inc., New York, N. Y. Hydrocarbon synthesis. 
2,623,057, Dec. 23. 

Arnold, Junior K.. assignor of twenty-five per cent to 
W. C. Ackley and twenty-five per cent to H. V. Hardacre, 
Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Child's car seat. 2,613,724, Oct. 
14. 

Arnold, Lionel K. : See — 

Sweeney, Orland R., Brown and Arnold. 

Arnold. Lucien T., Pensacola, Pla. Carburetor. 
2,583,406, Jan. 22. 

Arnold, Phillip M.. Bartlesville, Okla.. assignor to Phil- 
lips Petroleum Company. Producing carbon black. 
2.617,714. Nov. 11. 

Arnold Products, Inc., assignee : See — 
Arnold, George B. 

Arnold. Robert C. : See — 

Zimmerschied, Wilford J., and Arnold. 

Arnold, Russell W. : See — 

Nielsen. Morris L.. Arnold, and Chapin. 

Arnold. Stanfield N. : See — 

Frisch, Martin, and Arnold. 

Arnold. Stanfield N.. Dansville. assignor to Foster Wheeler 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Missile. 2,604,045, 
July 22. 

Arnold. Walter A., Songelgerong. Palembang, Sumatra, 
Netherland East Indies, assignor to Standard Oil De- 
velopment Company. Purifying isobutylene by sulfuric 
acid extraction. 2,581,065. .Tan. 1. 

Arnold, William W.. Jennings Lodge, Oreg. Illuminated 
level. 2.607.882. Aug. 19. 

Arnot, Alfred B. R., assignor to E. Kaye and J. R. Sharp, 
Isleworth, England. Electric motor-driven installation. 
2.595,749. May 6. 

Arnoux, C^sar. Le Noirmont, Switzerland. Tight watch- 
case. 2.587,087. Feb. 26. 

Arnow. Peter. Nanuet, assignor to American Cyanamid 
Company, New York, N. Y. Drug inhalator. 2,603,215, 
July 15. 

Arnthal, Marglt, Zurich, Switzerland, assignor to Twin 
Bags Inc., Tokyo, Japan. Handbag. 2,622,647, Dec. 23. 

Amtzen, Clyde E. : See — 

Swiss, Jack, and Arntzen. 

Aro Equipment Corporation, The, assignee : See — 
Carter, John F. 
Fenger. Nicholas. 
Perruzzi. Frank J 
Ginter. Charles W. 
Snpller. James A. 

Aron. Edmund, assignor to Moto-Sway Corporation of 
America. South Pasadena, Calif. Chassis supporting 
structure for vehicle lifts. 2,592.845. Apr. 15. 

Aron. Walter A.. Cambridge. Mass.. assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to the United States of America as repre- 
sented bv the Secretary of the Navy. Wave guide joint. 
2.597.143, May 20. 

Aronberg, Lester. Chicago. 111. Pipe Joint sealing com- 
pound. 2.623.830. Dec. 30. 

Aronsen. Aron B. K., Oslo. Norway. Booking apparatus. 
2,606,776, Aug. 12. 



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Aronson. David, Greensburg, assignor to Elliott Company, 
Jeannette, Pa. Gas purifying mettiod and apparatus. 
2,590,145, Mar. 25. 

Aronson, David, Greensburg, assignor to Elliott Company, 
Jeannette, Pa. Combustion apparatus using compressed 
air. 2,609,040, Sept. 2. 

Aronson, Theodore F. : See — 

Halahan, John, Aronson, and Lyon. 

Halahan, John, Lyon, Mortimer, and Aronson. 

Arp, Ewald A., assignor to Tobin-Arp Manufacturing Com- 
pany Minneapolis, Minn. Adjustable base for boring 
machines. 2,604,284, July 22. 

Arp, Ewald A., assignor to Tobin-Arp Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Minneapolis, Minn. Machine for boring connect- 
ing rods. 2,612,064, Sept. 30. 

Arp, Ewald A., assignor to Tobin-Arp Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Minneapolis, Minn. Machine for boring connect- 
ing rods. 2,614,442, Oct. 21. 

Arp, Ewald A., assignor to Tobin-Arp Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Minneapolis, Minn. Machine for boring pistons. 
2,618,178, Nov. 18. 

Arps, Edmund J., Oshkosh, Wis., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Maxun Motor Company, Middleboro, Mass. 
Turntable control means for aerial ladders. 2,614,743, 
Oct. 21. , , 

Arrigo, Mike, Pueblo, Colo. Vehicle wheel chock. 
2.581,619, Jan. 8. 

Arps, Jan J., Tulsa, Okla. Well or borehole logging. 
2,583,288, Jan. 22. 

Arrieta, Casimiro del T., Buenos Aires, Argentina. Hypo- 
dermic syringe. 2,581,162, Jan. 1. 

Arrow Fastener, Inc., assignee : See — 
Boroughs, Frank S. 

Arrow-Hart & Hegeman Electric Company, The, assignee : 
See- 
Dietrich, Walter L. 
Schleicher. Harold E. 

Arrow Metal Products, assignee : iSee — 
Rubin, Samuel J. 

Arrow Safety Device Company, assignee : See — 
Young, Thomas F. 

Arrowood, Thomas A., Corpus Christi, Tex. Detachable 
wheel mounting unit for boats. 2,603,505, July 15. 

Arrowsmith. John D., Richmond Beach, Wash. Flower 
snips. 2,582.472. Jan. 15. 

Arruda, Augustine, Yonkers, N. Y., assignor to Time Savers, 
Inc., Montclair. N. J. Garment folding device. 
2,616,595, Nov. 4. 

Art-Block Development Co., assignee : See — 
Warner, Warren A. 

Artcraft Products Company, assignee : See — 
Hastings, Dwight. 

Arthur, Arnold K., Rochester, N. Y. Automobile screen. 
2,609,872, Sept. 9. 

Arthur, Charles J., Westport, Conn. Packaging system. 
2.619,227, Nov. 25. 

Arthur, Evan M., West Heath, Birmingham, England. 
Wheel track gauge. 2,623,297, Dec. 30. 

Arthur, Oscar F., and F. Schulle, deceased, Pueblo Savings 
& Trust Company, Pueblo. Colo., executor of said F. 
Schulle, assignor to said Arthur. Rail anchor. 
2,600,089, June 10. 

Arthur, Paul, Jr., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
and Company, Wilmington, Del. Production of nitriles. 
2.583,984, Jan. 29. 

Arthur, Richard P., Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Kellogg Switchboard and Supply Com- 
pany. Crossbar switch. 2,611,827, Sept. 23. 

Arthur, Robert A.. Santa Monica, assignor to The Garrett 
Corporation, Airesearch Manufacturing Company divi- 
sion, Los Angeles, Calif. Flow control valve. 2,608,985. 
Sept. 2. 

Artichokes Inc., assignee : See — 
Rose. Jess. 

Artim, Edward : See — 

Ullmann, Harry M., Smull. and Artim. 

Artis, Samuel W., Jr.. Boise, Idaho. Roof jack. 2,614,867. 
Oct. 21. 

Artisan Novelty Company, assignee : See — 
Black, Howard M. 

Artistic Foundations, Inc., assignee : See — 

Kahn. Mack. 
Artman, Marion D., Chicago, 111. Child's shampoo board. 

2,,599,217. June 3. 
Art Metal Construction Company, assignee : See — 

Jones. James R., Bloomstran, and Gronberg. 

Larson. Oscar J. 

Olson, Herbert H., and Johnson. 

Arton, John A., Chicago, 111. Convertible furniture. 
2,588,071. Mar. 4. 

Artoni, Maurice, assignor to P. Dreyfuss-Baumann and 
A. Lilienfeld. Paris, France. Making split rings. 
2.623,550. Dec. 30. 

Artsay, Nicholas C, Valhalla, assignor to Foster Wheeler 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Steam separator. 
2,592,530, Apr. 15. 

Artz. Neai E., and W. Hach. Oak Park. 111., assignors to 
Corn Products Refining Company. New York, N. Y. Re- 
fining crude inositol-containing solutions and for recov- 
ering inositol therefrom. 2.615.053 Oct 21 

Artzt. William W.. New Rochelle, N. Y. Shirt and making 
same. 2,588,606, Mar. 11. 



Arundale, Erving : See — 

Banes, Fred W., and Arundale. 
Leyonmark, George F.. and Arundale. 

Arundale, Erving, Westfield, N. J., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Companv. Preparation of halogenated 
esters. 2.607,800, Aug. 19. 

Arundale, Erving, A. H. Gleason, and F. W. Banes, West- 
field, N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development 
Company. Preparation of drying oils from diolefins. 
2,586,594. Feb. 19. 

Arundale. Erving, Westfield, and J. P. Thorn, Cranford, 
N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. 
Synthetic lubricant. 2,588,194, Mar. 4. 

Arundale, Erving, Westfield, N. J., and F. Bascom, Staten 
Island, N. Y., assignors to Standard Oil Development 
Company. Producing a butadiene-acrylonitrile copoly- 
mer latex of high solids content. 2,589,919, Mar. 18. 

Arundale, Erving, Westfield, and J. P. Thorn, Elizabeth, 
N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. 
Sweetening process. 2,608,520, Aug. 26. 

Arundale, Erving, Westfield. and H. O. Mottern, Bloomfield, 
N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. 
Production of unsaturated carbonyl compounds. 
2,620,357, Dec. 2. 

Arundale, John B.. Accrington, Lancashire, and J. J. 
Haythornthwaite, Huncoat, Lancashire, assignors of 
one-third to Howard and BuUough Limited, Accrington, 
England. Drafting apparatus of textile spinning and 
analogous machines. 2,597,278. May 20. 

ArutunotC, Armais, Bartlesville, Okla. Drag bit. 
2,587,429, Feb. 26. 

ArutunotC, Armais, Bartlesville, Okla. Apparatus for 
drilling deep wells. 2,609,182, Sept. 2. 

ArutunofC, Armais, Bartlesville, Okla. Core disintegrating 
drUllng tool. 2,619,325, Nov. 25. 

Arvela, Aukusti J., Leppavaara, Finland. Magnetic vari- 
ometer. 2,596,638, May 13. 

Arvey Corporation, assignee : See — 
Decker, Charles A., and Scaturro. 

Arvidsson, Algot : See — 

Lamm, Uno, and Arvidsson. 

Arvidsson, Algot, Ludvika, assignor to AUmanna Svenska 
Elektrislca Aktiebolaget, Vasteras, Sweden. Mechanical 
arrangement of lighting variators. 2,601,081, June 17. 

Arvin Industries, Inc., assignee : See — 
Booth, Earl C. 
Farr, Edward A. 
Farr, Edward A., and Theisen. 
Ludlow, Edmund. 
Theisen, John P. 

Arvin, James A., Homewood, 111., assignor to The Sherwin- 
Williams Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Production of 
superbodied oils. 2,607,784, Aug. 19. 

Arvin, James A., Homewood. and W. B. Gitchel. Chicago, 
111., assignors to The Sherwin-Williams Company, 
Cleveland. Ohio. Copolymer of styrene and rosin and 
esters thereof with the alcoholysis product of a drying 
oil and a polyhydric alcohol containing free hydroxy! 
groups. 2,580,876, Jan. 1. 

Arvins, Nathan A., and A. A. Arvintz, Brooklyn, X. Y. 
Preheater. 2,610,037, Sept. 9. 

Arvintz, Abraham A. : See — 

Arvins, Nathan A., and Arvintz. 

Asachika, George R., Miami, Fla. Collapsible signboard. 
2,591.494, Apr. 1. 

Asaff, Annis G., Auburndale, assignor to Commonwealth 
Research Laboratories, Boston, Mass. Asphaltic coating 
compositions for flooring, etc. 2,596,323, May 13. 

Asaro. Vito, assignor to L. A. Young Spring and Wire 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Spring structure. 2,596,196. 
May 13. 

Asaro, Vito. assignor to L. A. Young Spring and Wire 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Spring cushion assembly. 
2,614.615, Oct. 21. 

Asbell, Ferriss B., Arlington, Calif. Concrete block mold- 
ing machine. 2,589,594, Mar. IS. 

Asbury, Edward M., assignee : ;See — 
James, John L. 

"Ascenseurs Edoux-Samain," assignee : See — 
Roche, Henri. 

Aschner, Thomas C, assignor to Smith, Kline & French 
Laboratories, Philadelphia. Pa. Stereo-chemical equili- 
bration of secondary carbinamines. 2,608,5^3, Aug. 26. 

Aschner, Thomas C, Philadelphia, Pa., and J. V. Meyer, 
Haddon Heights, N. J., assignors to Smith, Kline & 
French Laboratories, Philadelphia, Pa. Isolation and 
purification of active plant principles. 2,608,560, Aug. 
26. 

Ascoli, Enzo. Yverdon. Switzerland, assignor to Paillard 
S. A.. Sainte-Croix. Device for actuating riders of 
tabul.Ttors for typewriters. 2.581,227. Tan. 1. 

Ascoli. Enzo, Yverdon, assignor to Paillard S. A., Salnte- 
Croix, Switzerland. Changing the direction of car- 
riage movements in typewriters. 2,615,546, Oct. 28. 

Asdell, Bernard K. : See — 

Barrett, William H., and Asdell. 

Ash, Charles S., Milford, Mich. Vehicle wheel. 2,592,997. 
Apr. 15. 

Ash, Charles S.. Milford, Mich. Driven wheel assembly, 
including hydraulic transmission means. 2,598,876, 
June 3. 

-ish. Clnrence L., Churubusco. Ind.. assignor to General 
Electric Companv. Industrial liquid cooler automatie 
liquid level control. 2,590,061, Mar. 18. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Ash, James O.. assignor to JIadison Mixers. Inc.. Jladison- 
viUe, Tex. Bottled beverage mixer. 2,617,635, Nov. 11. 

Ash Paul J., Reading, Pa. Door operated spray device. 
2,611,647, Sept. 23. 

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

Ashbaugh, Earl H., Petaluma, Calif. Tethering device. 
2,607,320, Aug. 19. 

Ashby, Carl T., and C. A. Miller, Evansville, Ind., assign- 
ors to Servel, Inc., New York, N. Y. Circulating inert 
gas in a refrigerating system. 2,603,955, July 22. 

Ashby Carl T.. W A. Kuenzli, and C. A. Miller. Evans- 
ville. Ind.. assignors to Servel. Inc.. New York. N. Y. 
Refrigerator drip disposal. 2,617,268, Nov. 11. 

Ashby, E. S., assignee : See — 
Hively, Loy R. 

Ashby, Robert M., and J. H. Muncy, Cambridge, Mass. 
Photographic system for moving target indication. 
2,586,772, Feb. 26. 

Ashby Willie R., assignor of fifty per cent to S. Zucker- 
man. Las Cruces, N. Mex. Electric outlet for barber's 
chair. 2,586,595. Feb. 19. 

Asher, William J., Colorado Springs, Colo. Collar press- 
ing apparatus. 2,619,268, Nov. 25. 

Ashkenas, Irving L., Beverly Hills, assignor to Northrop 
Aircraft, Inc., Hawthorne, Calif. Full-power boost air- 
plane control system. 2,597,769, May 20. 

Ashleman, Adolph E., Waco, Tex. Automobile directional 
signal. 2,598,9e4, June 3. 

Ashley, Carlyle M., assignor to Carrier Corporation, 
Syracuse, N. Y. Maintaining liquid level in heat- 
exchange apparatus. 2,581,466, Jan. 8. 

Ashley, Carlyle M., Fayetteville, assignor to Carrier Cor- 
poration, Syracuse, N. Y. Multiple tube direct fired air- 
heating furnace with crown sheet cooling means. 
2,604,885, July 29. 

Ashley, Carlyle M., Fayetteville, and W. L. McGrath, 
Syracuse, N. Y., assignors to Carrier Corporation, New- 
ark, N. J. Dual duct air conditioning system. 
2,609,743, Sept. 9. 

Ashley, John W. : See — ■ 

Leahy, James F., and Ashley. 

Shaw, Harold G., Leahy, and Ashley. 

Ashley, John W., and J. F. Leahy, Beverly, Mass., assign- 
ors to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, 
N. J. Extruder injector combination for use in the 
attachment of heels to shoes. 2,589,323, Mar. 18. 

Ashley, Julius N. : See — 

Berg, Samuel S.. and Ashley. 

Ashley, Merwin F., Arlington, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington. N. J. High- 
frequency electric heating apparatus. 2,623,984, Dec. 
30. 

Ashlock, George W., Jr., Oakland, Calif. Fruit pitting 
chuck. 2,589,324, Mar. 18. 

Ashlock, George W., Jr., Oakland, Calif. Machine for re- 
moving pits from fruit. 2,604,131. July 22. 

Ashlock, George W., Jr.. Oakland. Calif. Case hardened 
rubber pitting chuck. 2,614,594, Oct. 21. 

Ashman, Herbert W., Hale, England, assignor to Keasbey 
& Mattison Company, Ambler, Pa. Concrete and shui- 
tering floor structure. 2,601,082, June 17. 

Ashmead, John. Cambridge, assignor to Minister of Sup- 
ply in His Majesty's Government of the United Kingdom 
of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. London. Eng- 
land. Radio transmission and reception. 2,618,777, 
Nov. 18. 

Ashmore, Leon H., assignor to Scripto, Inc., Atlanta, Ga. 
Inkstand and penholder. 2,616,395, Nov. 4. 

Ashton, Albert A., Houston. Tex., assignor to Emsco 
Derrick & Equipment Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Se- 
lector control system. 2,611,249. Sept. 23. 

Ashton, Albert A., and H. C. C. Lammermann, Houston, 
Tex., assignors to Emsco Derrick & Equipment Company, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Fluid level control. 2,619,984, 
Dec. 2. 

Ashton, Benjamin N., and E. V. Barkow. assignors to Elec- 
trol Incorporated, Kingston, N. Y. Equalizing valve for 
plural motor systems. 2,602,298, July 8. 

Ashton, Benjamin N., and E. D. Holland, Kingston, and 
R. A. Wulfif. Hurley, assignors to Electrol Incorporated, 
Kingston,* N. Y. Retractable landing gear. 2,621,004, 
Dec. 9. 

Ashton Brothers & Company Limited, assignee : See — 
Smallshaw, Francis E. 

Ashton, Ernest W., Ottawa. Ontario, Canada, assignor, 
by mesne assignments, to Stoflfel Seals Corporation, 
Tuckahoe, N. Y. Poultry tag. 2,611,198. Sept. 23. 

Ashton, Ernest W., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, assignor, 
by mesne assignments, to Stoflfel Seals Corporation, 
Tuckahoe. N. Y. Poultry tag. 2,611,200. Sept. 23. 

Ashton, Everett H. : See — 

Rinne, John, Ashton, Mallard, and Lake. 

Ashton, George. Los Angeles, Calif. Apparatus for con- 
tinuous cooking. 2,585,293, Feb. 12. 

Ashton, George, Los Angeles, Calif. Batch feeding appa- 
ratus. 2,585,294. Feb. 12. 

Ashton, Howard W.. South Ardmore. Pa., assignor to 
O. W. Storey, trustee for the partnership of O. W. 
Storey & Associates. Chicago, 111. Electrometer trans- 
ducer with dual mode of operation. 2,581,066, Jan. 1. 

Ashwood, Norman D., Victoria, British Columbia. Canada. 
Catapult for launching model airplanes. 2,611,355, 
Sept. 23. 



Ashworth. Frank : See — 

Cunliflfe, Percy W., Sharp, and Ashworth. 

Ashworth, Fred, AVenham, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Machine 
frame. 2,623,488, Dec. 30. 

Ashworth, Fred, Wenham, and R. Heeley, Beverly, Mass., 
assignors to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flem- 
ington, N. J. Ramming mechanism for breech-loading 
guns. 2,619,875 Dec. 2. 

Ashworth, Harry E., Penn Township, Allegheny County, 
Pa., assignor to Westinghouse Air Brake Company. 
Electric relays. 2,581,510, Jan. 8. 

Ashworth, John T. : See — 

Schoenbaum, Alexander W.. and Ashworth. 

Askania Regulator Company, assignee : See- 
Glass, Paul. 
Jacques, Stanley A. 
Johnston. Jesse, and Vaaler. 
Ludwig, John W. 
Pray, Wilbur F. 
Ziebolz, Herbert, and Glass. 
Ziebolz, Herbert, Gundersen, and Baetzmann. 

Aske, Irving E., Muskegon, Mich. Solution mixer and 
distributor. 2,584,104, Feb. 5. 

Aske, Irving E., Muskegon, Mich. Material dissolver and 
distributor. 2,588,691, Mar. 11. 

Aske, Irving E., Muskegon Mich. Apparatus for distrib- 
uting soluble material. 2,589,595, Mar. 18. 

Aske, Irving E., Muskegon, Mich. Gross clipping guide 
for lawn mowers. 2,599.883. June 10. 

Aske, Irving E., Muskegon, and K. W. Fitzpatrick. North 
Muskegon, Mich. Ductile bismuth alloy and a ductile 
wire formed therefrom. 2,610,913, Sept. 16. 

Aske, Leonard E., Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to General 
Mills, Inc. Fan for cooling induction motors. 2,586,452, 
Feb. 19. 

Aske, Leonard E., Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to Gen- 
eral Mills, Inc. Toaster heating element. 2,599,038, 
June 3. 

Askeli, Henry P., West Yarmouth, Mass. Nutrition indi- 
cator. 2,592,106, Apr. 8. 

Asker, Gunnar C. F., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Daly, Merritt and Sullivan, Incorporated, Washington, 
D. C. Automatic gas drier. 2,606,627, Aug. 12. 

Askln. Joseph, Chicago, 111., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Electrimatic Company. Fluid flow sight glass. 
2,594,113, Apr. 22. 

Askren, Lee T., and R. J. Roman, assignors to Eastman 
Kodak Company. Rochester, N. Y. Plural pulley mech- 
anism. 2.611,283. Sept. 23. 

Askue, Albert R., Euclid, assignor to The Cleveland 
Trencher Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Raising and sup- 
porting jack for trailers. 2,591,226, Apr. 1. 

Askue, Albert K., Euclid, assignor to The Cleveland 
Trencher Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Discharge con- 
veyer for excavating machines. 2,598,339, May 27. 

Asmussen, Jes, Appleton, and F. Gruper, Menasha, as- 
signors to Marathon Corporation, Rothschild, Wis. 
Winding apparatus. 2,609,157, Sept. 2. 

Aspden. Samuel H. : See — 

McTyre, Henry, and Aspden. 

Aspegren, Olof E. A., Stockholm, Sweden. Rotary heat ex- 
changer. 2,592,783. Apr. 15. 

Aspenleiter, Joseph W., Calendonia, N. Y. Remote-control 
device for outboard motors. 2,615,418, Oct. 28. 

Aspey, Wayne S. : See — 

Wallace, James M., Rawlins, Cumming, and Aspey. 

AsBCher. Meier. Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor to Hart- 
ford National Bank and Trust Company, Hartford, 
Conn., as trustee. Preparing aminoketones. 2,585,988, 
Feb. 19. 

Asseff, Peter A., T. W. Mastin, and A. Rhodes, Cleveland, 
assignors to The Lubrizol Corporation, Wickliffe, Ohio. 
Organic alkaline earth metal complex and making same. 
2,616,904, Nov. 4. 

Asseff, Peter A., T. W. Mastin, and A. Rhodes, Cleveland, 
assignors to The Lubrizol Corporation, Wickliffe, Ohio. 
Organic alkaline earth metal complexes and making 
same. 2,616,905, Nov. 4. 

Asseff, Peter A.. T. W. Mastin, and A. Rhodes, Cleveland, 
assignors to The Lubrizol Corporation, Wickliffe, Ohio. 
Organic alkaline earth metal complexes and making 
same. 2,616,906, Nov. 4. 

Asseff, Peter A.. T. W. Mastin, and A. Rhodes, Cleveland, 
assignors to The Lubrizol Corporation, Wickliffe, Ohio. 
Organic alkaline earth metal complexes formed by use 
of sulfonic promoters. 2,616,911, Nov. 4. 

Asseff, Peter A., T. W. Mastin, and A. Rhodes, Cleveland, 
assignors to The Lubrizol Corporation, Wickliffe, Ohio. 
Organic alkaline earth metal complexes and making 
same. 2,616,924, Nov. 4. 

Asseff, Peter A., T. W. Mastin, and A. Rhodes, Cleveland, 
assignors to The Lubrizol Corporation, Wickliffe, Ohio. 
Organic alkaline earth metal complexes formed by use 
of thiophosphoric promoters. 2,616,925, Nov. 4. 

Asseff, Peter A., T. W. Mastin, and A. Rhodes, Cleveland, 
assignors to The Lubrizol Corporation, Wickliffe, Ohio. 
Organic barium complexes and making same. 2,617,049, 
Nov. 4. 

Asselin, James H., Winnetka, 111. Rail guard. 2,597,697, 
May 20. 

Associated Drug Industries, Inc.. assignee : See — - 
Rausch, Roy R. 



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Associated Engineers, Inc., assignee : iSee — 

Broyles, Otis T. 
Associated Motorists Petrol Co. Ltd., assignee : See — 

Todd, Bryan J., and Turner. 
Associated Patentees, Inc., assignee : See — 

Koch, Fredericls. 
Association of American Soap & Glycerine Producers, Inc., 
The, assignee : See — 

Du Puis, Robert N., and Wright. 
Wright, Howard J., and Cramer. 
Astar, Laurence, Oneonta, N. Y. Nonsliid device. 

2,623,568, Dec. 30. 
Astatic Corporation, The, assignee : See — - 
Angle, Belford C. Palo, and Kelly. 
Chorpening, Creed M., and Hadlock. 
Palo, Maurice, and Uvorsky. 
Palo, Maurice M., and Schmid. 
Asten, William P., Saddle Eiver, N. J., assignor to Federal 
Telephone and Radio Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Facsimile machine. 2,601,236, June 24. 
Astle. Christopher A., Oklahoma City. Okla. Heater for 

percussion drums. 2. 617. 325, Nov. 11. 
Astle, Percy T., Wichita, Kans. Pyramidal game piece. 

2,583.805, Jan. 29. 
Aston, John G., and S. V. R. Mastrangelo, State College, 
Pa., assignors to Phillips Petroleum Company. Frac- 
tional fusion apparatus. 2,614,909, Oct. 21. 
Astra Engineering Company, assignee : See — 

Seagren. Nils G. 
Astrove. Joseph, New Eochelle, N. Y. Infant's creeper. 

2,605,475, Aug. 5. 
AtanasofC, John V. : See — 

Brown, John, Snavely, and Atanasoff. 
Suavely, Benjamin L., and AtanasofC. 
Atchison, Leonard W., Erie, Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Frost removing arrangement for re- 
frigerator cabinets. 2,592,233, Apr. 8. 
Atchison, Leonard W., Erie, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Two-temperature refrigerating sys- 
tem. 2.604,761, July 29. 
Atchison, Leonard W., Erie, Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Flue cooling arrangement for cooling 
refrigeration units. 2,606,429, Aug. 12. 
Atchison, Leonard W., Erie, Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Snap action mechanism. 2,618,160, 
Nov. 18. 
Ateliers de Construction Oerllkon, assignee : See — 
Kggmanu. Jean. 
Vogelsanger, Ernst. 
"Ateliers de Constructions Lavalette," assignee : See — 

Schmitt. D6s-ir6. 
Ateliers Xeyret-Beylier & Piccard-Pictet, assignee : See — 
Danel, Pierre F. 
Frachon. Maurice. 
Ateliers Ventil, assignee : See — 

Mondet. Paul. 
Atherton. Albert H. : See — 

Bull, Cabot S., and Atherton. 
Atherton. Albert H., Ealing, London, assignor to Electric 
& Musical Industries Limited. Hayes, England. Ther- 
mally Adjustable electrical device enclosed within en- 
velopes. 2.591,907. Apr. 8. 
Atherton. Dolph W., Kingsley, Pa. Gravity-operated reg- 
ister for tillable handles. 2,600,604, June 17. 
Athey Products Corporation, assignee : See — 

MncDonald, Raymore D. 
Athletic Shoe Company, The, assignee : See — 

Shapiro, Isadore. 
Athy, Clifford R., and C. R. Konkle assignors to Inter- 
national Derrick & Equipment Company. Columbus, 
Ohio. Sectional frame structure. 2,580,503. Jan. 1 
Atkin, Rupert L. : See — 

Whitten. Owen M., and Atkin. 
Atkins, Allen L. : See — 

Hoffmann, Elmer L., and Atkins. 
Atkins, Arthur A., Coventry, assignor to Courtaulds 
Limited, London, England. Electric thread heater. 
2.617,007. Nov. 4. 
Atkins, Arthur A., Coventry, H. M. Averns, AUesley, Cov- 
entry, and A. Walker, Coventry, assignors to Courtaulds 
Limited, London, England. Creel. 2,616,653, Oct. 28. 
Atkins, E. C, and Company, assignee : See — 
Cliapin, William R. 
Gomniel, Dewey E. 
Atkins. Peter J., and J. B. Peel. Blackley, Manchester. 
England, assignors to Imperial Chemical Industries 
Limited. Making red iron oxide. 2,618,532. Nov. IS. 
Atkins, S. Lawrence, assignee : See — 

Murphy, Arthur J. 
Atkins. Verma A., Anderson, Ind. Portable seat cushioa 
2.600,721, June 17. 

Atkinson, Dale S.. Winnipeg, Manitoba. Canada. Adjust- 
able seat for automobiles. 2.587.679. Mar. 4. 

Atkinson, Darrell R., Colorado Springs. Colo. Garbage 
can and support therefor. 2,613.010, Oct. 7. 

Atkinson, Earl B.. Bay Village, Ohio. Measuring fish wire 
reel. 2,r.00,722, June 17. 

Atkinson. John F., H. W. Kelley, and J. M. McCutchen, 
Arlington, Va. Electric power distribution system. 
2..';90.083. Mar. 25. 

Atkinson, Joseph. London. England. Cooled bladed rotor. 
2.613,058, Oct. 7. 

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Atkinson, Ralph G. : See — 

Lupfer, George L.. Atkinson, and Stubbs. 
Atkinson, Ralph W., Westfield. and O. G. Garner, Bayonne, 
N. J., assignors to General Cable Corporation, New York, 
N. Y. Preparing electric cable for shipment. 2,616,780, 
Nov. 4. 
Atkinson, Richard L., Padiham, England. Agricultural 
distributor for spreading manures, fertilizer's, or the 
like over the ground. 2,621,934, Dec. 16. 
Atkinson, William H., Jackson. Miss., a.ssignor of one- 
third to L. M. Conkwright, Oklahoma City, Okla. Bor- 
ing head. 2,610,529, Sept. 16. 
Atlanta Paper Company, assignee : See — 

Forrer, Homer W. 

Robinson, Kenneth V. 
Atlanta Textile Machinery Company, assignee : See — 

Day, Hugh I. and I. L. 
Atlantic Carton Corporation, assignee : See — 

Whitehead, Earl B. 
Atlantic and Gulf Stevedores, Inc., assignee : See — 

McGrath, Richard J. 
Atlantic Products Corporation, assignee : See — 

Kish, Michael, Jr., McNeil, and Kirby. 
Atlantic Refining Company, The, assignee : See — 

Bilhartz, Harrell L., and Dunlap. 

Bilhartz, Harrell L., Greenwell, and Davis. 

Brownscombe, Eugene R. 

Ciapetta. Frank G.. and Buck. 

Clarke, Edgar W. 

Davis, Louis F., Stansbury, and Crumbaker. 

Goldsmith, Lester M. 

Keenan, Vincent J. 

Krug, Robert C. 

Staggs, Horace M., and Davis. 

Thompson, Kenneth M. 

Webber, Jack C. 

Whorton, Leonidas P., Brownscomb, and Dyes. 

Woodbridge, Joseph E. 

Woods, John P. 

Atlas, Arthur, Leicester, England. Slip lasted shoe. 

2,623.305, Dec. 30. 
Atlas Bolt & Screw Company, The, assignee : See — 

Schellentrager. Eugene W. 
Atlas Floor Surfacing Jlachinery Corp., assignee : See — 
Okun, Nathaniel N. 

Atlas Imperial Diesel Engine Co., assignee : See — 
Laxo, Ed. 

Waters. Laurence W. 
Waters, Lawrence W. 

Atlas Manufacturing and Sales Company, The, assignee: 
See — 

Jenkins. Wallace A. 
.\tlas Metal Works. The, assignee : See — 
Turquette, Clyde C, Jr., and Gale. 

.\tlas Mineral Products Company of Pennsylvania, The, 
assignee : See — 

Seymour, Raymond B., and Walker. 

Walker, Willis B. 
Atlas Polar Company Limited, assignee : See — 

Becker, John E. 
Atlas Powder Company, assignee : See — 

Brandner, John D. 

Brown. Kenneth K. 

Buck. Frank H.. Luskin, and Sanders. 

Ehrlich. Samuel D. 

Farr, James A. 

Fine, Richard D., and Trowbridge. 

Griffin, William C. 

Helbig, Walter A. 

Jeffer.v, John B. 

King, George J. 

Lawrence. Joseph W. 

I>ew. Baak W. 

McFarland. David M. 

Sevold. Boyd J. 

Young, Aubrey A. 
.\tlas Press Company, assignee : See — 

Okamuro. .\saka J. 

Van Dam. Walter L. 
Atlas Steels Limited, assignee : See — 

Davis. Roy H. 

Atlas Tool & Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 

Delf. George A., and Kortum. 
.\tlung, Gunnar P. B., Lyngby, Denmark. Maneuvering 
device for cranes and the like mechanisms. 2,603,303, 
July 15. 
.\tomIc Energy Commission, United States of America 
as represented by the, assignee : See — 
Aiken, William R. 

Nier, Alfred O. C, Thorness, and Stevens. 
Atomiko, Inc., assignee : See — 
Monette, Gib. 

.\ttane, Edward C, Jr. : See — 

Doumani, Thomas F., Coe, and Attane. 

.\tterling, John W. L., and E. Redin, Norrkoping. and 
H. Ryde. Bromma, assignors to Aktiebolaget Manus, 
Norrkoping, Sweden. Test milking apparatus. 2,588,461, 
Mar. 11. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



See — 



Well conductor per- 

Thermostatic stack 
2,584,079. 



Attorney General of the United States, The, assignee : 
See — 

Allec, Georges P. A. 

Biginelll. Oreste F. A. 

Een, Johannes B. 

Gamier, Paul. 

Gobin dit Daude, Jean E. Frangois. 

Jastrzebski, Wincenty. 

Knutsen, Knut A. 

Sgdille, Marcel H. L. 

Attride, George R., Riverside, Calif. Apparatus for packag- 
ing frozen fruit juices. 2,613,488, Oct. 14. 

Atwater-Strong Company, assignee : See — 

Strong, Basil P. „. ™ ^ 

Atwell, Harold V., Beacon, assignor to The Texas Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Catalytic synthesis of hydro- 
carbons. 2,583,134, Jan. 22. 

Atwell Henry G., Lake Villa, 111. Ball pitching and 
catching device. 2,585,989. Feb. 19. „^„„„,^ 

Atwood, John D., Marion, 111. Jet engine. 2,589,215, 
Mar. 18. ^ ,.^ 

Atwood, John L., and K. Henrichsen, Los Angeles, Calif., 
assignors to North American Aviation, Inc. Airplane 
control. 2,620,150, Dec. 2. 

Atwood, Lyle C, and H. W. Clay, assignors to Atwood 
Vacuum Machine Company, Rockford, 111. Bicycle kick 
stand. 2,615,729, Oct. 28. 

Atwood & Morrill Co., assignee : See — 
Prescott, Norman F. 

Atwood Rawson, Garden City, and C. C. L'AUemand, 
Kew Gardens, assignors to G. B. Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Spool. 2,605,980, Aug. 5. 

Atwood Vacuum Machine Company, assignee 
Atwood, Lyle C, and Clay. 
Johnson, Agnar. 
Stone, Romaine W. 

Atwood, Wilmerth R., Odessa, Tex. 
forating gun. 2,590,366, Mar. 25. 

Aubert, Fred B., Detroit, Mich. 

switch having magnetic clutch mechanism. 
Jan. 29. 

Aubert Fred B., Grosse Pointe, Mich. Scleroscope and 
clutching mechanism therefor. 2,590,486. Mar. 25. 

Aubert, Fred B.. Detroit, Mich. Electrical fuel burner 
control system and apparatus therefor. 2,593,518, 
Apr. 22. 

Aubert, Fred B., Grosse Pointe, Mich. Electrical control 
system for burners and control devices therefor. 
2,618,323, Nov. 18. 

Aubertin, Ovila J., assignor of one-half to J. A. Sirard, 
Matachewan, Ontario, Canada. Holder for dispensing 
paper bags. 2,586,197, Feb. 19. 

Aubrey, Edward J., assignee : See — 
Wlesztort, Vincent K. 

Auburn. Basil J. : See — 

AUbert, Eugene F., and Auburn. 

Auburn, Basil J., and G. P. Lessmann, Pittsburgh, as- 
signors to Westinghouse Electric Corporation, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Tension responsive control system. 
2,583.078, Jan. 22. 

Auburn Spark Plug Co., Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Battey, Alexander J. 

Auch, Donald W., West Conshohocken, Pa. Device for 
holding ice-cream cans in position. 2,601,935, July 1. 

Auchard, Dwlght M., Vallejo, Calif. Stud and joist lay- 
out instrument. 2,582,405, Jan. 15. 

Auckland, Chris, West Englewood, N. J. Combined hand- 
saw and gauge. 2,602,240, July 8. 

Amckley, Lee E., Milwaukee, Wis. Index tab. 2,597,426, 
May 20. 

Auclair, Roderick T., Paradise, Mont., assignor of fifty 
per cent to C. Thomas, Phoenix, Ariz. Comb. 2,605,773, 
Aug. 5. 

Audemar, Pierre, Villesnes, assignor to Soci6t6 Olaer 
Marine, Paris, France. Piston for fluid pressure cyl- 
inders. 2,623,501, Dec. 30. 

Audemar, Pierre G. J. M., La Garenne-Colombes, assignor 
to Olaer Marine, Paris, France. Hydraulic transmission 
for reproducing mechanical motions at remote points. 
2.597,050, May 20. 

Audemar, Pierre G. J. M., La Garenne-Colombes, assignor 
to Olaer-Marine, Paris, France. Transmitter control 
device. 2,605,711, Aug. 5. 

Audemar, Pierre G. J. M., La Garenne-Colombes, and 
P. L. J. Gerard, assignors to Olaer-Marine, Paris, 
France. Hydraulic transmission system for reproduc- 
ing rotary movements at a distance. 2,584,659, 
Feb. 5. 

Audette, Christopher H., Minneapolis, Minn. Alloying 
copper and iron. 2,613,148, Oct. 7. 

Audette, Christopher H., Minneapolis, Minn. Alloying 
high carbon steel and copper. 2,622,978, Dec. 23. 

Audience Computing System, Inc., assignee : See — 
Polin, Herbert S. 

Audier, Mark, assignor to Cutler-Hammer. Inc.. Milwau- 
kee, Wis. Electronic timer. 2,602,888, July 8. 

Audier, Mark, Milwaukee, and E. W. Seeger. Wauwatosa, 
assignors to Cutler-Hammer, Inc., Milwaukee, Wis. 
Counting and grouping device. 2,617,593, Nov. 11. 

Audio Devices, Inc., assignee : See — 
Sutheim. George M. 

Aue, Georg, assignor to Sulzer Freres. Societe Anonyme, 
Wintertnur. Switzerland. Rotor for turbomachinea. 
2,602,683, rfuly 8. 



Y. Blade dispenser. 



Wilmington, Del. ; 
recovery apparatus. 



Aue, Georg, assignor to Sulzer Freres, Societe Anonyme, 
Winterthur, Switzerland. Centrifugal compressor. 
2,609,141, Sept. 2. 

Auer, Bessie J., Ossining, N. Y. Crib sheet with a pajama 
back. 2,589,596, Mar. 18. 

Auer, Edmund : See — 

Fonken, William A., and Auer. 

Auer, Edward E. : See — 

Barton, Bernard C, and Auer. 

Auer, Gaylord R., assignee : See — 
Frisch, Benjamin N. 

Auer, George A., assignor to Roberts and Schaefer Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Oscillating feeder. 2,620,946, 
Dec. 9. 

Auer, John, East Norwalk, Conn. Temporary button 
fastener. 2,597,051, May 20. 

Auer, Laszlo, South Orange, N. J. Modified short oil alkyd 
resins. 2,589,657, Mar. 18. 

Auer, Louis J., Berkley, Mich. Forming tool. 2,584,321, 
Feb. 5, 

Auer, William F., Cicero, assignor to R. T. Moloney, Chi- 
cago, 111. Snap action switch. 2,603,727, July 15. 

Auerbach, Philip R., Bronx, N. Y. Toolholder. 2,607,254, 
Aug. 19. 

Auerbach, Zemach, Bronx, N. 
2,600.830, June 17. 

Augenblick, Albert, West Philadelphia, assignor to Sharp 
& Dohme, Incorporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Solubilizing 
coal tar solution. 2,622,057, Dec. 16. 

Augereau, Gaston, Paris, assignor to "Le Joint Francais," 
Bezons, France. Bearing seal. 2,598,094, May 27. 

Augereau. Gaston G. E., Paris, France. Bush for bear- 
ings. 2,587,088, Feb. 26. 

Augereau, Gaston G. E., Paris, France. Oil-lubricated 
bearing block. 2,621,987, Dec. 16. 

Aughtie, Frank, Teddington, England. Electrical com- 
puting device. 2,622,798. Dec. 23. 

August, Paul, Hannover, Germany. Mixing machine. 
2,608,395, Aug. 26. 

August, William, New York, N. Y., assignor to Ben Lee 
Products, Inc. Combination heater and vibrator. 
2.582,617, Jan. 15. 

Augustin-Normand, Augustin, Le Havre, assignor to So- 
ci6t§ Anonyme des Anciens Etablissements Charles 
Berthiez, Paris, Prance. Toolhead. 2,618,204, Nov. 18. 

Aukerman, Nathaniel B., deceased, 
S. A. Ingram, executrix. Metal 
2,619,456, Nov. 25. 

Aukers, Albert J., and R. A. Church, assignors to Victor 
Manufacturing & Gasket Co., Chicago, 111. Gasket clip. 
2,593,648, Apr. 22. 

Auld, D. L., Company, The, assignee : See- 
Hyatt. Samuel W. 

Aulen, Walter E., Newark, Del., assignor to Eddystono 
Machinery Company, Chester, Pa. Web winder. 
2,619,298, Nov. 2o. 

Aulin, Tage G., TroUhattan, assignor to J. P. Brandt 
Aktiebolag, Stockholm. Sweden. Cutting apparatus for 
lenses, especially spectacle-glasses. 2,604,697, July 29. 

AuU, Lois H. W., assignee : See — 

Ames. Robert G. " 

Ault, Hyman J., Pasadena, Calif. Drapery cornice dust 
board mounting. 2,602,499, July 8. 

Ault, Waldo C, Philadelphia, G. C. Nutting, Abington, 
and J. K. Weil, Lansdale, Pa., assignors to the United 
States of America as represented by the Secretary of 
Agriculture. Esters of bolyhydroxy-benzoic acids and 
their preparation. 2,595,221, May 6. 

Aurbach, Kurt, assignor to Anker-Werke, A. G., Bielefeld, 
Germany. Lockable machine key for business ma- 
chines. 2,620,972, Dec. 9. 

Auret, Norman H. : See — 

Bradford. George, Mulock-Bentley 

Ausherman, William S., Wichita, Kans 
broken vehicle axles. 2,582,307, Jan. 

Auspos, Lawrence A. : See — 

Izard, Emmette F., and Auspos. 

Aust. Robert J., assignor to P. R. Mallory & Co., Inc., 
Indianapolis, Ind. Voltage regulator for battery-charg- 
ing sysem. 2,593,241, Apr. 15. 

Austenal Laboratories, Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Folsom, Ralph L. 

Austen-Walton, John I., Worthing, assignor of one-half to 
T. H. L. Adney. West Worthing, England. Mounting 
device. 2,598,206, May 27. 

Austerweil, G6za, Paris, France, assignor to Pechiney- 
Compagnie de Produits Chimiques et Electrometal- 
lurgiques. Manufacturing organic acids, esters and 
alcohols. 2,604,482, July 22. 

Austin. Bascum O. : See — 

Miner, John D., Jr.. Austin, and Jessee. 

Austin Company, The, assignee : See — 
Gannett, Joseph K., and Saveland. 

Austin, Donald D.. Sr., assignor to National Broach & 
Machine Company, Detroit. Mich. Gear finishing. 
2,617,331, Nov. 11. 

Austin, Dwight E., Kent, Ohio. Folding seat. 2,620,020, 
Dec. 2. 

Austin, Franklin L.. Peoria, 111., and H. B. Hastie, as- 
signors to Eaton Laboratories, Inc., Norwich, N. Y. 5- 
nitro-2-furfurylidene acetone semicarbazone. 2,599,509, 
June 3. 

Austin, George C, Los Angeles, Calif. Toolholder. 
2,591,115, Apr. 1. 



and Auret. 

Repair unit for 
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LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Austin, James L., assignee : See — 

Card. Kennetli F. 
Austin, Lucien C, Newton, N. J. Screened positive for 
use in preparation of intaglio printing plates and making 
said positive. 2,596,115. JMay 13. 
Austin, Merritt B., Jr., Deerfield, 111. Roller guide for 

hose and the like. 2,618,465, Nov. 18. 
Austin Motor Company, Limited, The, assignee : See — - 

Avery, Raymond W., and Dangerfield. 

Bishop, John L. H. 

Lindsay, Frank E. 

Lord. Leonard P. 

Stanfield, James R. 

Stanfield. James R., and Hughes. 

Weaving. John H. 
Austin, Paul R., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours 
& Company, Wilmington, Del. Isopropenyl fluoride 
polymers. 2,585,529, Feb. 12. 
Austin, Robert R., Pasadena, Calif. Resin impregnating 

wood. 2,591,768, Apr. 8. 
Austin, Russell A., Alliance, assignor to Adamson United 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Roll end guide. 2,599,218, 
June 3. 
Austin, Samuel, Hartford, Conn. Paintbrush attachment. 

2,610,731, Sept. 16. 
Austin, Sumter M., assignee : See — 

Tucker, William C. 
Austin, William M., Needham, Mass. Gun sight. 

2,613,442, Oct. 14. 
Austin, William W., Wellsville, assignor to The Air Pre- 
heater Corporation. New York, N. Y. Heat exchanger 
made from punched plates. 2,595,440, May 6. 
Austlid, Amljot, Oslo, Norway. Sewing machine motor. 

2,581,620, Jan. 8. 
Australian Iron & Steel Limited, assignee : See — 

Escher, Hans. 
Auten, Robert W. : See — 

Hurwitz, Melvin D., and Auten. 

Robinson, Margaret I., and Auten. 

Yost, Robert S., and Auten. 
Auten, Robert W., jenkintown. and V. C. Meunier. Flour- 
town, assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Urea resins containing dimethylamino substituents. 
2,605,253, July 29. 
Authier, John, Biere, Switzerland. Ski. 2,605,111. July 

29. 
Authorite Company, assignee : See — 

Osgood, Walter P. 
Autocall Company, The. assignee : See — 

Seaton. Harold E. 
Autoclave Engineers, assignee : See — ■ 

Davidson, Allen R. 
Auto-Diesel Piston Ring Company, The, assignee : See — 

Heinrich, August H. 

Smith, Rolland D., and Turner. 
Autogas Company, assignee : See — - 

Landgraf, Theodore H., and Furlong. 
Autogiro Company of America, assignee : See — 

Campbell, Harris S. 

Pitcairn, Harold F. 

Pullin, Cyril G., and Shapiro. 

Pullin, Cyril G., and Watson. 

Stanley, Paul H. 
Auto-Go, Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Lindenmuth. Henry W. 
Autographic Register Company, assignee: See — 

Brenn, Carl W. 

Lustbader. Melvin H. 
Auto Lamp Manufacturing Co., assignee : See — 

Dibelka. Henry G. 
Auto-Lite Battery Corporation, assignee : See — 

Wilson, Harland £)., and Popper. 

Wilson, Harland D., and Quick. 
Automatic Buff Company, assignee : See — 

Sax. Ben P. 
Automatic Canteen Company of America, assignee : See — 

Thompson, Ernest H. 
Automatic Draft & Stove Co.. assignee : See — 

Harding, George W. 
Automatic Electric Laboratories, Inc., assignee : See — 

Baker, George T. 

Bakker, Pier. 

Balzer, Harvey W. 

Balzer, Harvey W., and Ostline. 

Bartelink, Everhard H. B. 

Bartelink. Everhard H. B., and Daskam. 

Bartha. Stephan J. 

Beale. Charles E. 

Burgener, Karl L. 

Gienger, Fred. 

GrandstafF. Otho D. 

Graybill, Kenneth W., and Sengebusch. 

Hndfleld, Bertram M. 

Herrick, Roswell H. 

Jones, Roy W. 

Kessler, Frank. 

Lomax, Clarence E. 

Lomax. Clarence E., and Wild. 

McCarthy, Thomas F. 

McCreary Harold J. 

Mitchell, Len B. 

Molnar, Imre. 

Mullerheim, Kurt. 

Ostline, John B. 



Peterson, Edward S. 

Riebe, Theodore C. 

Ross. Edmund H. 

Sengebusch, Hans. 

Stehlik, Rudolph F. 

Swartz, Edward L. 

Voss, John H., and Jones. 

Walsh, Thomas G. 

Wicks, John. 

Wood, Fredric E., and Sargisson. 
Automatic Equipment Manufacturing Company, assignee : 
See — 

Mcintosh, Harold J. 
Automatic Poultry Feeder Company, assignee : See — 

Smallegan, Marvin L. 
Automatic Pump & Softener Corporation, assignee : See — 

Johnson, Oscar W. 

Whitlock, Fred W. 
Automatic Sewing Equipment Co., Inc., assignee : See — 

Schwartz, Leo. 
"Automatic" Sprinkler Corporation of America, assignee : 
See — - 

Rider, Harry N. 
Automatic Telephone & Electric Company Limited, as- 
signee : See — 

Baker. George T. 

Cannon, James R. 

Gordon-Wright, John G. 

Myles, Herbert N. 

Pearce, Owen A., and Taylor. 

Range, Alan L., and Thorpe. 

Roseby, Phillip N. 

Taylor. Reginald. 
Automatic Temperature Control Co., Inc., assignee : See — 

Macgeorge, William D. 

Macgeorge, William D., and Roessler. 
Automatic Totalisators Limited, assignee : See — 

Both. Edward T. 

Julius, Awdry F. 

Julius. Awdry F. and G. A. 
Automatic Valve, Inc., assignee : See — 

Gardner, Lawrence H. 
Automatic Washer Company, assignee : See — 

Breckenridge, Frank. 
Automotive Products Company Limited, assignee : See — 

Clench. Edward C. S. 
Autophon Aktiengesellschaft, assignee : See — 

Kappeler, Hans. 
Autopoint Company, assignee : See — 

Krause, Richard S., and Seibert. 

Woods, Fred D. 
Auto-Soler Company, The, assignee : See — 

Wright, John G.. Chafin, Sudan, Watkins, and Hanson. 
Auto Specialties Manufacturing Company, assignee : 
See — 

Mueller, Joseph J. 
Auto Tyre Services Limited, assignee : See — 

Kent. Jan H. F. 

Autoyre Company, Incorporated, The, assignee : See — 

Bunnell. Earl C. 

Sanford, Roy S. 

Simpson, Paul F. 
Autoyre Company, Inc., The, assignee : See — 

Sanford. Roy S., and Simpson. 
Autry, Eugene. Brooklyn, N. Y. Dust mop cleaner, 
2,581,346, Jan. 8. 

Auziftre, Albert, Marseille, France. Device permitting the 
introduction of advertising matter in a piece of trans- 
parent soap. 2,611.942. Sept. 30. 

Avakian, Bmik A.. Yonkers, N. Y. Stored function cal- 
culator. 2,610,791, Sept. 16. 

Avakian, Souren, Oreland, and G. J. Martin, assignors to 
The National Drug Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 2-amino- 
4-hydroxy-7-pteridyl derivatives. 2,620,340, Dec. 2. 

Avant, Bonnie J. : See — 

Snyder, James E., and Avant. 

Avary. Hugh, San Diego, Calif. Vertical opening Gothic 
arch tracing device. 2,612,688, Oct. 7. 

Avco Manufacturing Corporation, assignee: See — 

Ackerman, Carl L. 

Bussard, Emmery J. H. 

Briggs. Arthur T. 

Buchy, Louis G., and Connersville. 

Chamberlin. John W. 

Cochran. John E. 

Constantine. Arthur R. 

Crawford, William R. 

Cunningham. Robert A. 

Davis. Dwillard J. 

Depweg. Leonard S. 

Glvenrod, Wllburn H. 

Reid, John D. 

Reiter, Alexander L.. and Haverstock. 

Rlckenbach, August W. 

Septer, Leslie E., and Myers. 

Stelzer, Alphonse C. 

Thomas. Ben.iamin D. 

Viit,;. Wilhelm. 

Wissel. Francis A. 
Avena, Samuel : See — 

Schultz, Carl, and Avena. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Avenia, Thomas, New York, N. Y. Vehicle for juveniles. 
2,620,197, Dec. 2. 

Averill, Charles C, assignor to Union Steel Products Com- 
pany, Albion, Mich. Collapsible basket. 2,585,422, 
Feb. 12. 

Averill, John R., Webster Groves, Mo. Collapsible wall 
type expansion engine. 2,581,S3t), Jan. s. 

Averill, Seward J., Boston, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Stabilization of 
vinylidene cyanide polymer solutions. 2,614,090, Oct. 14. 

Averill, Seward J., Boston, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. T. Copolymers of 
vinylidene cyanide with halogenated butadiene-1,3 hy- 
drocarbons. 2,615,872, Oct. 28. 

Averill, Seward J., Boston, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Copolymers of 
vinylidene cyanide with aliphatic conjugated diolefins. 
2,615,873, Oct. 28. 

Averns, Harry M. : See — 

Atkins, Arthur A., Averns and Walker. 

Averns, Harry M., AUesley, Coventry, and J. Straw, Long- 
ford, Coventry, assignors to Courtaulds Limited, Lon- 
don, England. Production of threads of thermoplastic 
cellulose derivatives. 2,584,779, Feb. 5. 

Aversten, Karl J., assignor to Svenska Aktiebolaget 
Gasaccumulator, Lidingo, Sweden. Electric connection 
and producing the same. 2,604,570, July 22. 

Avery. Benjamin B., Tucson, Ariz. Miter guide for power 
saws. 2,595,322, May 6. 

Avery, Fred J.. La Grange, assignor to Materials Trans- 
portation Company, Chicago, 111. Multiple level dump 
structure. 2,581,067. Jan. 1. 

Avery, Fred J., La Grange, 111. Apparatus for treating 
meat and the like. 2,587,024, Feb. 26. 

Avery, Harold T., Oakland, Calif. Producing thrust. 
2,595,504, May 6. 

Aver.v, Harold T., Oakland, Calif., assignor to Marchant 
Calculating Machine Company. Partial product multi- 
plying machine. 2,598,095, May 27. 

Avery, Harold T., Oakland, Calif. Blade tracking mech- 
anism for lifting rotors. 2,620,888, Dec. 9. 

Avery, Harold T., Oakland, Calif., assignor to Marchant 
Calculating Machine Company. Calculating machine. 
2,622,805, Dec. 23. 

Avery, Henry A., and J. P. Barkdoll, Groton, assignors 
to L. C. Smith & Corona Typewriters, Inc., Syracuse, 
N. Y. Line spacing mechanism for typing machines. 
2.599.535. June 10. 

Avery Julian M., Greenwich, Conn. Blast furnace. 
2,606,672. Aug. 12. 

Avery, Ray S. : See — 

Thiene, Carl G., and Avery. 

Avery, Raymond W., Kings Norton, and K. J. Dangerfield. 
Selly Oak, Birmingham, assignors to The Austin Motor 
Company Limited, Birmingham, England. Heat ex- 
changer. 2.614,198, Oct. 14. 

Avery, Roger E. : See — 

Schmitt. Otto H., Fromm, Fails, Barnes, and Avery. 

Avery, Steven B., East Orange, N. J. Cementitious coat- 
ings or paints and making. 2,583.985, Jan. 29. 

Avery, William H., Silver Spring. Md., assignor to the 
United States of America as represented by the Secre- 
tary of the Navy. Rocket loading arrangement. 
2,603,061, July 15. 

Avey Drilling Machine Company, The, assignee : See — 
Shriver, John B. 

Aviation Developments Limited, assignee : See — 
Aherne-Heron, John. 
Springate, Maurice S. 

Aviation Works, National Corporation, assignee : See — 
§lechta, Jaroslav. 

Avila, Abelardo G., York, Pa., assignor to Read Standard 
Corporation. Liquid conditioning system. 2,589,186, 
Mar. 11. 

Avila, Frank W., Columbia City, Ind., assignor to Inter- 
national Harvester Company. Torsion-type axle suspen- 
sion for tandem axle vehicles. 2,613,954, Oct. 14. 

Avins, Jack, Staten Isiland. N. Y., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Angle modulated carrier wave re- 
ceiver. 2,595.441, May 6. 

Avins, Jack, Staten Island, N. Y., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Keyed automatic gain control. 
2,609,443, Sept. 2. 

Avondaie Mails, assignee : See — 
Pope, Richard R. 

Awninglite Window Manufacturers, Inc., assignee : See — 
McMurray. Edward. 

Axberg, Gunnar F.. Enskede. assignor to Lumalampan 
Aktiebolag. Stockholm, Sweden. Lamp holder for tubu- 
lar electric lamps with axially projecting contacts. 
2,623,088, Dec. 23. 

Axe. Daniel E.. assignor to The O. M. Edwards Company, 
Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Sliding sash lock. 2,586,500, 
Feb. 19. 

Axe, William N., and A. N. De Vault, Bartlesville, Okla., 
assignors to Phillips Petroleum Company. Propane 
fractionation of lubricating oil stocks. 2,623,005, 
Dec. 23. 

Axel, Benjamin. Roslyn Heights, assignor to Tru-Fit Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Self-adjusting finger ring. 
2,615,314, Oct. 28. 

Axelrad, Victor : See — 

Suel, Charles A., and Axelrad. 



Axelrod, Albert, Bronx, N. Y., S. K. LackofC, East Pater- 
son, and T. J. McLaughlin, New Milford, N. J., assignors 
to Loral Electronics Corporation. Automatic calibra- 
tion of instruments. 2,606,956, Aug. 12. 

Axelson, Eskil A. A., Stockholm, Sweden. Pipe or hose 
conduit with heating means. ^ 2,583,761, Jan. 29. 

Axelson, Eskil A. A., and C. A. Lofgren, assignors to 
Svenska Maskinaktiebolaget Greiff, Stockholm, Sweden. 
Paint pressure box with heat exchanger. Re. 23,551, 
Sept. 30. 

Axelsson. Karl N., and C. H. Bjorn, Djursholm, Sweden. 
Apparatus for examining teeth. 2,603,753, July 15. 

Axelstrom, Raymond E., Chicago, 111. Well rod grab. 
2,590,487, Mar. 25. 

-Vxsater, Sveu G. : Sec — 

Augerby. Erik A., Axsater, and Blom. 

Axtell, Delbert O.. West Palm Beach, Fla. Louver con- 
struction. 2,614,301. Oct. 21. 

Axler, Meyer H., U. S. Army, Bronx, N. Y. Directional 
gyroscope. 2,590,837, Apr. 1. 

Axton, Benjamin J., Jr., Holyoke, assignor to A. G. 
Spalding & Bros. Inc., Chicopee, Mass. Grip structure. 
2,583,198, Jan. 22. 

Axworthy, Charles G., Pawtucket, R. I., assignor to Union 
Wadding Company. Hand-operated web cutting appa- 
ratus 2.599.601. June 10. 

Ayars, Ernest J. : See — 

Davis, George F., and Ayars. 

Ayars, Harry D., Salem, X. J. Filler valve and actuating 
mechanism therefor. 2.592,846, Apr. 15. 

Aycock, Christopher G. : See — 
Rand, Cecil H., and Aycock. 

Ayers, Arnold L.. Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Refining glyceride oil in a liquid 
paraffinic solvent with a concentrated alcoholic alkali 
metal hydroxide solution. 2,614,111, Oct. 14. 

Ayers, Arnold L., and C. R. Scott, Bartlesville, Okla., as- 
signors to Phillips Petroleum Company. Winterized 
vegetable oil and producing the same. 2,607,695, Aug. 
19. 

Ayers, Charles L., Puyallup, and W. M. Murray, Belling- 
ham. Wash. Domestic electric furnace. 2,600,044, 
June 10. 

Ayers, Ernest I. and H. M.. Martinsville, Ind. Cable out- 
side insulation stripper. 2,589,471, Mar. 18. 

Ayers. George W.. Chicago, M. J. Geerts, Evanston. and 
W. A. Krewer, Skokie, assignors to The Pure Oil Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Removal of hydrogen sulfide and 
mercaptans from gases or liquids such as petroleum 
or petroleum fractions. 2,592,523, Apr. 15. 

Ayers, George W., Chicago, M. J. Geerts. Evanston. and 
R. E. Chandler, Algonquin, assignors to The Pure Oil 
Company, Chicago, 111. Preventing the development of 
sourness in certain petroleum liquids during distillation. 
2,597,427. May 20. 

Ayers. George W., Chicago, E. E. Harton. Evanston, and 
L. R. Mazurk. assignors to The Pure Oil Company. Chi- 
cago. 111. Inhibiting corrosion of steel bv alkali solu- 
tions. 2,617.713. Nov. 11. 

Ayers, Harley M. : See — 

Ayers, Ernest I. and H. M. 

Ayers, Harry L. : See — 

Thomas, Elmer R., and Ayers. 

Ayers, Howard C, La Verne, Calif. Cigarette extinguisher. 
2,619,092, Nov. 25. 

Ayers, John R., Nahant, Mass. Readily releasable loop 
retainer. 2,582.093. Jan. 8. 

Ayers, Joseph W., Easton, Pa., assignor to Agrashell, Inc. 
Phonograph record composition comprising vinyl resin 
and butadiene-acrylonitrile copolymer. 2,582,740, Jan. 
15. 

Ayers, Joseph W., Easton, Pa., assignor to Agrashell, Inc. 
Phonograph record molding compositions and records. 
2,582,741, Jan. 15. 

Ayers. Joseph W., Easton, Pa., assignor to Agrashell. Inc. 
Phonograph records and molding compositions. 
2,616,862. Nov. 4. 

Ayers, Joseph W., Easton, Pa., assignor to Agrashell, Inc. 
Ligno-cellulose aggregate and blast cleaning process 
employing the same. 2,622.047, Dec. 16. 

Ayers, William P., Lombard, 111. Pressure-relief door for 
heating units. 2,623,482, Dec. 30. 

Ayerst, McKenna & Harrison, Limited, assignee : See — 
Beall, Desmond, and Grant. 
Gaudry, Roger. 
Grant, Gordon A., and Glen. 
Grant, Gordon A., and von Seemann. 
McKay, Arthur F., and Grant. 
Spears, Ralph A. 
Stevenson, William G., and MacKinnon. 

Aylor, Elmo E., assignor to Admiral Corporation, Chicago, 
111. Blind fastener. 2,612.927, Oct. 7. 

Ayres, Donald F., Poughkeepsie, assignor to Tlie De Laval 
Separator Company, New York, N. Y. Milking machine. 
2,587,680, Mar. 4. 

.\yres, Russell W., assignor to Seeger Refrigerator Com- 
pany. St. Paul Minn. Two-temperature refrigerator 
construction. 2,606,424, Aug. 12. 

Ayres. Waldemar A., Kew Gardens Hills, N. Y., assignor 
to The Sperry Corporation. Apparatus for producing 
stereoscopic pictures. 2,587,585. Mar. 4. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Ayres, Waldemar A., Kew Gardens Hills, X. Y., assignor 
to The Sperry Corporation. Aircraft apparatus for 
simulating a line of sight-defining structure. 2,589,216 
Mar. 18. 
Ayres, Waldemar A., Kew Gardens Hills, N. Y., assignor 
to The Sperry Corporation. Laminating photographic 
color film to glass. 2,591,665, Apr. 8. 
Ayres. William R.. Oaklyn. and H. J. Woll. Audubon, 
N. J., assignors to Radio Corporation of America. Reg- 
ulated power supply. 2,612,632. Sept. 30. 
Ayrton, Wm., & Co. Limited, assignee : See — 

Osborne, Frank. 
Azano, Anthony, New Haven, Conn. Protective signal de- 
vice for automobiles. 2,613,258, Oct. 7. 
Azola, Joseph R., Detroit, Mich., and J. D. Lucius, Spring- 
field, Mass., E. H. Tate, Dayton, Ohio, and C. M. Lyon, 
Lindenhurst, N. Y. Automatic spark advance indicator. 
2,608,603, Aug. 26. 
Azorlosa. Julian L., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Synthetic amphoteric poly- 
mers containing free amino groups and free acid groups. 
2.592.107, Apr. 8. 
Azorlosa, Julian L., assignor to Hercules Powder Company, 

Wilmington. Del. Paper coating. 2,616,818, Nov. 4. 
B. B. Chemical Co., assignee : See — 
Griswold, Stanley M. 
Hall, Alan M. 

Perkins. John L., and Sylvester. 
Seymour, Malcolm. 
B. B. Sales Company, assignee : See — 

Pierce, Winslow S., Jr., and Stearns. 
BLC Inc., assignee : See — 

Goldman, Sydney B., and Krueger. 
B & L Tool & Machine Company, assignee : See — 

Berarducci, Peter P. and A. L. 
B-M-B Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Bausch, Evan J., and Mulan.x". 
B & R Manufacturing Company, The, assignee : See — 

Bevington. Julius J. 
B. V. C. Electronics Developments Limited, assignee : 
See — 

Briggs, George. 
Baade. Henry : See — 

Quartullo. Orpheus P., and Baade. 
Baak, Albert E., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Min- 
neapolis-Honeywell Regulator Company, Minneapolis, 
Minn. Control aparatus. 2.585.295. Feb. 12. 
Baak. Albert E., Los Angeles. Calif., assignor to Minneap- 
olis-Honeywell Regulator Company, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Control apparatus. 2.589,597, Mar. 18. 
Baar. Karl. Janesville. Wis. Paper roll holder. 

2,586.501. Feb. 19. 
Baartnian, Johan L. : See — 

Van Heeckeren, Willem J., Vermeer and Baartman. 
Baash-Ross Tool Company, assignee : See — 

Bronzan, Blasito. 
Babaud, Jean, assignor to Etablissements Charles Beau- 
douin, Paris, France. Movable magnet oscillograph. 
2.609,410, Sept. 2. a t. p 

Babayan. Vigen K.. West Englewood, N. J. Refuse palm 

oil refining. 2,587,954, Mar. 4. 
Babb, Alfred T. S.. Wembley, assignor to J. 
Company Limited, London, England, 
ment. 2.613,249, Oct. 7. 
Babb. Howard R., Jr. : See — ■ 

Roop, Nathan W., and Babb. 
Babb, John J., Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and N. J. Smith, 
New Orleans, La. ; said Babb assignor to Texas Instru- 
ments Incorporated, and said Smith assignor to The 
California Company, New Orleans, La. Apparatus for 
marine seismic prospecting. Re. 23,552, Sept. 30. 
Babbitt, Charles A., South Gate, assignor to Cal-Metal 
Corporation, Torrance, Calif. Pipe welding machine. 
2,613,303, Oct. 7. 
Babcock, Eugene W., Perrysburg, assignor to Libbey- 
Owens-Ford Glass Company, Toledo, Ohio. Bending 
mold locating device. 2,608,799, Sept. 2. 
Babcock, Glen E.. V. L. Johnsen. and A. K. Smith, Peoria, 
111., assignors to the United States of America as rep- 
resented by the Secretary of Agriculture. Fiberboard 
construction. 2,580.391. Jan. ]. 
Babcock, Lloyd L., Torrance, and M. L. Thorpe Lomita. 
Calif. Overhead trolley wire mounting. 2,599,150. 
June 3. 

Babcock, Paul R., Oakland, Calif. 

paratus. 2.619,892, Dec. 2. 
Babcock, William S., Jr., Orange. N. J., assignor to 
Federal Telephone and Radio Corporation, New York 
N. Y. Switching key. 2,004,553, July 22. 
Babcock & Wilcox Company. The. assignee : See — 

Bailey, Ervin G. 

Bnyer, Uavmond J. 

Brister, Paul M. 

Carpenter, Otis R. 

Carpenter, Otis R., and Armstrong. 

Carpenter, Otis R., Armstrong, and Rasmusen. 

Cowan. Hnrry. 

Davy, Christopher H., and Webb. 

Dickey, Paul S. 

Elrod, Harold G.. Jr. 

Evans. Richard H., and Purple. 

Fletcher. J.Tmes. 

Fletcher, James, Miller, and Selnick. 



Lyons and 
Testing instru- 



Flow distribution ap- 



Gay, CecU H. 
Grossman. Paul R. 
Hardgrove, Ralph M. 
Harter. Isaac. 
Harter, Isaac, Jr. 

Harter, Isaac, Isaac, Jr., and Carpenter. 
Harvey, James L. 
Huston, Ralph C. 

Kerr, Howard J., Fletcher, Kooistra, and Watts. 
Langvand. Ivar L. 
Leach. Lester L. 
Marquez, Charles L., Jr. 
McDonald, Bertrand N. 
Miller, William A., and RatclifEe. 
Neale, Oliver A. 
Norton. Charles L., Jr. 
Ratcliffe, Temple W., and Evans. 
Rowand, Will H., and Smith. 
Schoessow, Glen J. 
Shellenberger. Kolfe. and Poole. 
Singleton, John C., .jr. 
Sprague, Theodore S., and McDonald. 
Taylor, George A. 
Wilcoxson. Leslie S. 
WooUey, Charles H. 
Babcock & Wilcox Tube Company, The, assignee : See — 

Harter, Isaac, Jr., and Pugh. 
Baber, William W., Albermarle County, Va. Radiator. 

2,580,715, Jan. 1. 
Babicz. George, Chicago, 111. Protecting system for photo- 
electric cells in liquid fuel burner controls. 2,592,847, 
Apr. 15. 
Babicz, George, Chicago, HI. Auxiliary conveyer for cor- 
recting feed of paper. 2.604,322, July 22. 
Babin, Luke B., White Castle, La. Cable operated side- 
line ditching machine of the boom type. 2,609,621, 
Sept. 9. 
Babington, Roy D. : See — - 

Torregrossa, Robert E., and Babington. 
Babish. Richard C. : See — 

Waller, Fred, and Babish. 
Babitch. David I., Detroit, Mich. Windshield wiper motor. 

2.622,399, Dec. 23. 
Bablon. Olive G.. New York. N. Y. Combined eyelash 

brush and comb holder. 2,611,375, Sept. 23. 
Bahros, Joseph H., and J. Komada, Los Angeles, Calif. 

Fireplace screen. 2.601,489, June 24. 
Babson Bros. Co., assignee : See — 
Babson, Henry B. 
Crawford, Thomas B. 
Merritt. Thomas W.. and Thomas. 
Schilling, Lorell J. 
Stampen, .lacob J. 
Thomas, Chester A. 
Babson, Edmund C.. Whittier. R. R. Ormsby, Hermosa 
Beach, and M. C. Turner. La Habra, assignors to Union 
Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Flow- 
meter. 2,607,221. Aug. 19. 
Babson. Henry B.. Chicago, 111., assignor to Babson Bros. 
Co. Support for milking apparatus. 2,613,636, Oct. 14. 
Baca. Faustine G. : See — 

Baca. Placido G. and F. G. 
Baca. Placido G. and F. G.. Los Angeles. Calif. Precision 
stress breaker for removable partial restorations. 
2.611.957. Sept. 30. 
Bacca. Charles R.. Newtown. Ohio. Electric control for 

trailer brakes. 2,615,103, Oct. 21. 
Bach. Arthur J.. Lumby, British Columbia, Canada. 
Portable sawmill with carriage traveling over husk, 
2.612,913, Oct. 7. 
Bach. Gerda F.. administratrix : See — 

Bach, Niels P. 
Bach, John W. : See — 

Rouan. Francis J., and Bach. 
Bach, Loyal M., Pacific Palisades, Calif. Fulcrum type 

cap lifter. 2,021,550. Dec. 16, 
Bach. Niels P.. deceased, Clearwater. Fla. : G. F. Bach, 
executrix of said Niels P. Bach. Mushroom decapping, 
trimming, and cutting machine. 2,617,461, Nov. 11. 
Bach. W. D., assignee : See — 

Johnson. Marvin B. 
Bachand, Armand A.. Worcester. Mass. Auxiliarv auto- 
mobile seat for children. 2,585.721. Feb. 12. 
Baeharach Industrial Instrument Company, assignee : 
See — 

Stein. Joseph A., and Wagner. 
Bache. John K.. assignor to George Salter & Co. Limited, 
West Bromwich, England. Weighing machine. 2,593,086, 
Apr. 15. 

Bachelet. Albert E.. assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories. Incorporated. New York. N. Y. Checking means 
for pulse counting circuit. 2.597. 42S. Jlay 20. " 

Bachelet, Albert E., assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Telephone sys- 
tem. 2,609,455, Sept. 2. 

Bachelet, Albert E., New York. N. Y.. and F. K. Low, 
Orange, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Pulse counting and reg- 
istration system. 2,609,498, Sept. 2. 

Bacher, Jean : See — 

Spinnler. Wilhelm. and Bacher. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Shore, and A, R. Hamilton, 
Cap for nipples. 2,607,345. 



Bachia, Richard A., Bay 
Larchmont, New York. 
Aug. 19. 

Bachle, Carl F., Grosse Pointe, assignor to Continental 
Motors Corporation, Muskegon, Mich. Engine cooling 
system. 2,581,996, Jan. 8. 

Bachle, Carl F., assignor to Continental Aviation & Engi- 
neering Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Coaxial combus- 
tion products generator, turbine, and compressor. 

2.595.505, May 6. 

Bachle, Carl F., assignor to Continental Aviation & Engi- 
neering Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Turbine wheel 
and cooling same. 2.604,298, July 22. 

Bachli, Herman, and H. S. Shapiro, assignors to Chicago 
Specialty Mfg. Co. Inc., Chicago, 111. Tube cutter. 
2,582,406, Jan. 15. 

Bachli, Herman, and H. S. Shapiro, assignors to Chicago 
Specialty Mtg Co. Inc., Chicago. 111. Flush tank valve 
operating mechanism. 2,588,072, Mar. 4. 

Bachman, Albert VV.. Parma, Ohio. Barrow attachment 
for lawn mowers. 2,589,325, Mar. 18. 

Bachman Bros., Inc., assignee : See — 
Van Sciver. Earl T. 

Bachman, Fred E.. assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Brake head mounting. 2,590,062, Mar. 18. 

Bachman, Fred E., assignor to American Steel Foundries, 
Chicago, 111. Rotor. 2,621,762. Dec. 16. 

Bachman, Gustave B., West Lafayette. Ind., and L. L. 
Lewis, Sanborn, N. Y., assignors to The Purdue Re- 
search Foundation, West Lafayette, Ind. Halogenated 
trifluoromethylstyrene materials and making same. 
2,580,504 Jan. 1. 

Bachman, Gustave B., West Lafayette, Ind., and J. V. 
Hewett, Columbia. S. C, assignors to Purdue Research 
Foundation, La Fayette, Ind. Nitration of aliphatic 
hydrocarbons. 2,597,698, May 20. 

Bachmann Bros. Inc., assignee : See — 
McNeill, Albert G. 

Bachmann Uxbridge Worsted Co., Inc., assignee : See — 
Andrews, John R., Jr. 

Bachmann Uxbridge Worsted Corporation, assignee : See — 
Rose, Paul R. 

Back. Alexander E. : See — 

Wyman, Wallace F.. and Back. 

Back, Frank G.. Glen Cove, N. Y. Optical focusing and 
illuminating device for photographic cameras and the 
like. 2,590,916, Apr. 1. 

Back, Prank G., New York, N. Y. Optical system and 
illuminated reticle for reflex cameras. 2,595,750, May 6. 

Back, Frank G., New York, N. Y. Catadioptric telephoto 
system. 2,610,547, Sept. 16. 

Back, Frank G., New York, and H. Lowen, Forest Hills, 
N. Y. Wide angle lens construction. 2,590,917, Apr. 1. 

Back, Laurel M., Oakland, Calif. Pivoted hand tool for 
removing dents in sheet metal. 2,600,723, June 17. 

Backe, John C, Gaylord, Mich. Ventilation control means 
for vehicles. 2,604,837, July 29. 

Backensto, Elwood B., Woodbury, N. J., assignor to 
Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated. Desulfur- 
izing agent and its preparation. 2,589,187, Mar. 11. 

Backer, Christian B., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Multiple 
coil tubular heating element. 2,600,605, June 17. 

Backer, George, New York, N. Y. Woven fabric. 2,585,212, 
Feb. 12. 

Backer, Joachim, Whitchurch, Wales, assignor to Aero 
Zipp Fasteners Limited, London, England. Slider for 
slide fasteners. 2,599,536, June 10. 

Backer. Stanley, Primos, Pa. Tension adjustment for 
folding canvas cots. 2,611,906, Sept. 30. 

Backer, Theodore, assignee : See — 
Wales, Nathaniel B.. Jr. 

Backhouse, Headley T., Sunningdale, England. Sheet sepa- 
rating and forwarding machine. 2,591,116 Apr. 1. 

Backhouse, Headley T., Sunningdale, England. Sheet 
registering means for printing machines and the like. 
2,605,103, July 29. 

Backhouse, Headley T., Sunningdale, England. Sheet reg- 
istering apparatus. 2,613.930. Oct. 14. 

Backhouse, Headley T., Sunningdale, England. Sheet 
separating machine. 2,615,713, Oct. 28. 

Backhouse. Headly T., Wentworth, England. Mechanism 
for registering sheets. 2,599,602, June 10. 

Backhouse. Leonard S., assignor to C. A. Parsons & Com- 
pany Limited, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England. Double- 
beam optical system applicable to spectrometers and 
other instruments. 2,604,810, July 29. 

Backlin, Clarence R. : See — 

Hirsch, George A., and Backlin. 

Backlin, Clarence R., Floral Park, assignor to Willcox & 
Gibbs Sewing Machine Company, New York, N. Y. Lock 
stitch sewing machine. 2,583,538, Jan 29. 

Backlund. Peter S., Long Beach, and P L Polizzotto, 
Inglewood, assignors to Union Oil Company of Cali- 
fornia, Los Angeles, Calif. Refining of wax. 2,586,198 
Feb. 19. 

Backman, Frances G., Newton. Mass. Article for protect- 
ing clothing. 2.617,105, Nov. 11. 

Backman, John W., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to South- 
ern California Glass Co.. Inc. Adjustable door Jamb. 

2.595.506, May 6. '^ 
Backman, John W. Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to South- 
ern California Glass Co., Inc. Door. 2,605,869, Aug. 5. 



Backmark, Nils E. G., Hammarbyhojden, assignor to Tele- 
fonaktiebolaget L M Ericsson, Stockholm. Sweden. 
Electron tube device. 2,591,997, Apr. 8. 

Backofen. E. Ryan, Battle Creek, assignor to Clark Equip- 
ment Company, Buchanan, Mich. Material handling de- 
vice. 2,611,497, Sept. 23. 

Backofen, E. Ryan, and E. J. Dunham, Battle Creek, as- 
signors to Clark Equipment Company, Buchanan, Mich. 
Industrial truck attachment. 2,609,114, Sept. 2. 

Backstay Welt Company, assignee : See — 
Barr. Glen G. 

Backstrom, Sigurd M., assignor to Aktiebolaget Elektrolux, 
Stockholm, Sweden. Absorption refrigeration appara- 
tus and heating arrangement therefor. 2,581,347, 
Jan. 8. 

Backstrom, Sigurd M., assignor to Aktiebolaget Elektro- 
lux, Stockholm, Sweden. Multiple temperature refrig- 
eration system. 2.585,908, Feb. 19. 

Backstrom, Sigurd M., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Aktiebolaget Elektrolux, Stockholm, Sweden. Condenser 
structure for absorption refrigeration apparatus. 
2,619,809, Dec. 2. 

Backteman, Per Arne : See — 

Grubb, Gunnar A., and Backteman. 

Backus, Alfred S. : See — 

Kiebert, Martin V., Jr., and Backus. 

Backus, Anton R., Santa Barbara, Calif. Handle for ves- 
sels. 2,586,199. Feb. 19. 

Backus, Cecil F., WUmington, Del. Shoe sole composition. 
2,600,461, June 17. 

Backus, Charles M., Burbank, Calif. Fuel burning air and 
liquid heater. 2,616,412, Nov. 4. 

Backus, Charles M., Los Angeles, Calif. Temperature reg- 
ulating apparatus for internal-combustion engines. 
2,617,399, Nov. 11. 

Backus. Harrison S., assignor to G. D. Searle & Co., 
Skokie, 111. Nasal atomizer. 2,586,502, Feb. 19. 

Backus, John G., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to the 
United States of America as represented by the United 
States Atomic Energy Commission. Ion producing 
mechanism. 2,600,151. June 10. 

Bacon, Conrad G., Oak Ridge, Tenn., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the United States Atomic Energy Commission. 
Diffusion measuring meter. 2,613,531, Oct. 14. 

Bacon, Conrad G., Philadelphia, Pa., and P. C. Gardiner, 
Scotia, N. Y., assignors to General Electric Company. 
Concentric tester. 2,604,512, July 22. 

Bacon, Elbridge F., C. S. Comey, and M. F. Saxton, Flint, 
Mich. ; said Bacon assignor to said Comev and said 
Saxton. Recessed door pull. 2,603,821, July 22. 

Bacon, Ernest, Marmarth, N. Dak. Vehicle actuated stock 
guard and gate. 2.622,354. Dec. 23. 

Bacon, Harry W., assignee : See — 
Sherman, Earl L. 

Bacon, Henry M., Lacey, Wash., assignor to The Dayton 
Rubber Company, Dayton, Ohio. Drop box picker. 
2,621,681, Dec. 16. 

Bacon, Henry M., and J. Rockoff, Dayton, Ohio, assignors 
to The Dayton Rubber Company. Rub apron. 2,621,375, 
Dec. 16. 

Bacon, Leslie R., and C. E. Smith, Wyandotte, and T. H. 
Vaughn, Grosse He, assignors to Wyandotte Chemicals 
Corporation, Wyandotte, Mich. Alkylaryl sulfonate- 
hydroxyethyl-cellulose detergent composition. 2,602,781, 
July 8. 

Bacon, Warren, Chicago, 111., and K. H. Hansen, White 
Plains, N. Y., assignors to Cutler-Hammer. Inc., Milwau- 
kee. Wis. Switching type conveyer. 2,593,242. Apr. 15. 

Bacsik, George J., Bayonne, N. J., assignor to Standard 
Oil JDevelopment Company. Apparatus for separating 
two-phase mixtures. 2,615,792, Oct. 28. 

Bade, Alfred G., assignor to The Falk Corporation, Mil- 
waukee, Wis. Variable-speed transmission. 2,580,392, 
Jan. 1. 

Bade, Ernest P., Milwaukee, Wis. Smoking pipe. 
2,590,488, Mar. 25. 

Bade, Heinz : See — 

Lohfert, Helmut, Gansicke, and Bade. 

Bade, Heinz E., Hamburg, Germany. Stopping arrange- 
ment and coupling for the thread feed of spinning ma- 
chines. 2,623,348, Dec. 30. 

Badeau, Carroll A. : See — 

Greene, Donald L., and Badeau. 

Badenell, Herbert C. : See — 

Behrens, Herbert C, and Badenell. 

Badenhausen, Otto A., Brookside, N. J., E. A. Wahl, Garden 
City, N. Y., and W. Boehl, Union, assignors to P. Bal- 
lantine & Sons, Newark, N. J. Mechanism to sever tape 
between adjacent ends of cartons. 2,586,903, Feb. 26. 

Badenoch, Benjamin W., Los Angeles, assignor to Douglas 
Aircraft Company, Inc., San Monica, Calif. Aircraft 
control surface. 2,608,365, Aug. 26. 

Bader, Gillis E., Bellville, Tex. Retractile antenna mast 
assembly. 2,592,108, Apr. 8. 

Bader, Gillis E., Bellville, Tex. Retractile antenna mast 
assembly. 2,611,456, Sept. 23. 

Bader, Hans, Palos Heights, 111. File compressor member. 
2,605,526, Aug. 5. 

Bader, Thomas, South River, N. J. End of page indicator 
and signal for typewriters. 2,599,085, June 3. 

Badger, Harry M., assignor to Landers, Frary & Clark, 
New Britain, Conn. Cover fastening means. 2,599,527, 
June 10. 



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Badger Meter Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 
Koliout, Franlf W. 

Badger State Gear Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Kamlukin, Igor. 

Badgley, Cecil F. : See — 

Browning, Roe V., and Badgley. 

Badner, Micliael, Taylor, Pa. Cigarette extinguisher and 
ash tray. 2,600,724, June 17. 

Badollet, Marion S., Plainfield. N. J., and W. C. Streib, 
Brooklyn, assignors to Johns-Manville Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Partially dehydrated chrysotile fiber and 
making. 2,616,801, Nov. 4. 

Badovinac, Peter, Cleveland, Ohio. Posture training de- 
vice. 2,585,075, Feb. 12. 

Badskey, Lorin J. : See — 

Schubert, Milton V., Jr., Langohr, and Badsikey. 
Schubert, Milton V., Jr., Langohr, Manago, Jr., and 
Badsl<e.v. 

Baeeher, Bernard J., New York, N. Y. Dynamometric 
apparatus. 2,601,780, July 1. 

Baechli, George, New Philadelphia, Ohio, assignor to Joy 
Manufacturing Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Shaker con- 
veyer loading apparatus. 2,607,471. Aug. 19. 

Baehr, Carl G. : See — 

Burgess, Robert W., Baehr, and Connors. 

Baehr. Carl G., West Haven, and H. H. Russell, assignors 
to The Greist Manufacturing Company, New Haven, 
Conn. Ruffler attachment for sewing machines. 
2,593,519, Apr. 22. 

Baender, Charles L., deceased, San Francisco, Calif. ; G. C. 
Arata, executor, assignor to M. I. Baender, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. Liquid dispenser. 2,602,566, July 8. 

Baender, Mabel I., assignee : See — 
Baedner, Charles L. 

Baender, Richard G., assignee : See — 
Spinney, Frank R. 

Baer, Massimo, and R. G. Fordyce, Springfield, Mass., 
assignors to Monsanto Chemical Company, St. Louis, 
Mo. Aqueous dispersions containing a water-soluble 
sulfonated polystyrene. 2,612,485, Sept. 30. 

Baer, Maurice E., Boston, and L. E. Concannon, Waban, 
Mass., said Baer assignor to said Concannon. Clean- 
ing and polishing composition. 2,584,413, Feb. 5. 

Baer. Walter S.. Sr.. Yeadon, and S. Samuels. Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Reversible chair seat. 2,617,475, Nov. 11. 

Baetzmann, Robert K. : See — 

Ziebolz, Herbert, Gundersen, and Baetzmann. 

Baez, Guillermo F., Buenos Aires, Argentina. Rotary tur- 
bine pump. 2,620,735, Dec. 9. 

Bagdigian, Ralph P., Somerville, Miss. Multiple die cut- 
ter. 2,610,684, Sept. 16. 

Bagge, George F. : See — 

Bagge, Walter, and G. F. 

Bagge, Walter and G. F., Los Angeles, Calif. Wheel 
gauge mounting. 2,608,368, Aug. 26. 

Bagge, Walter and G. F., Los Angeles, Calif. Centering 
gauge. 2,623,296, Dec. 30. 

Baggett, Leonard P., Portsmouth, Va. Electrically heated 
toilet seat. 2,593,087, Apr. 15. 

Baggette, Thomas L., Leland. Miss., and A. R. Copithorne, 

• Chelsea, Mass., assignors, by mesne assignments, to The 
Sperry Corporation, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for 
metering and distributing anhydrous ammonia in a liquid 
state. 2,612,760, Oct. 7. 

Baggette, Thomas L., Leland, Miss., and A. B. Copithorne, 
Chelsea, Mass., assignors, by mesne assignments, to The 
Sperry Corporation, New York, N. Y. Releasable imple- 
ment connection. 2,612,827. Oct. 7. 

Bagley, John P., Jr., South Hadley, assignor to Stanley 
Home Products, Inc., Westfield, Mass. Tubular handle 
connection. 2,610,902, Sept. 16. 

Bagley, John F., Jr., South Hadley, assignor to Stanley 
Home Products, Inc., Westfield, Mass. Mop holder 
having screw-operated clamping plate. 2,621,353, Dec. 
16. 

Bagley, John F., Jr., South Hadley. assignor to Stanley 
Home Products, Inc., Westfield, Mass. Deodorant 
paclcage or the like. 2,621,965. Dec. 16. 

Bagley, Michael T., assignor to Philco Corporation, Phil- 
adelphia, Pa. Input loading compensation for vacuum 
tube amplifiers. 2,602,864 July 8. 

Bagley & Sewall Company, The, assignee : See — 
Post. Arthur K. 

Bagley, Thomas J., Haddonfield, assignor to R. M. Hol- 
lingshead Corporation, Camden, N. J. Coating com- 
positions for floors and the like. 2,623,026, Dec. 23. 

Bagliazo, Henry J., assignee : See — 
Nelson, Lee. 

Bagnell, Edgar W., and W. F. Bettis, Glendale, Calif., 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Johnston Testers, 
Inc., Houston, Tex. Variable stroke rotary well jar. 
2,618,466. Nov. 18. 

Bagnell, Edgar W., and W. F. Bettis, Glendale, Calif., 
assignors, by mesne assignments, to Johnston Testers, 
Inc., Houston, Tex. Rotary well jar. 2,618,467, Nov. 
18. 

Bagno, Samuel M., Astoria, assignor to The Alertronic 
Protective Corporation of America, New York, N. Y. 
Dummy intruder for intruder detection systems. 
2,615,970, Oct. 28. 

Bagno, Samuel M., Astoria, assignor to The Alertronic 
Protective Corporation of America, New York, N. Y. 
Circuit for detection of frequency diflEerences and ap- 
paratus employing same. 2,623,931, Dec. 30. 



Bagno, Samuel M., Astoria, and S. L. Westerman, Great 
Neck, assignors to The Alertronic Protective Corpora- 
tion of America, New York, N. Y. Vibration transducer 
assembly. 2,613,283, Oct. 7. 

Bagshaw, Charles M., and H. Lane, Leicester, England, as- 
signors to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flem- 
ington, N. J. Lasting machine. 2,595,323, May 6. 

Bagur, Pierre E., New Orleans, La. Miniature cotton 
bale receptacle. 2.584.414, Feb. 5. 

Bahan, Edward F., Greenville. S. C. Crankshaft bearing 
for looms. 2,618,295, Nov. 18. 

Bahan, George F., Greenville, S. C. Thread-cutting 
temple for looms. 2,608,218, Aug. 26. 

Bahls, Otto, Brooklyn, N. Y. Clothes drier device. 
2,600,725, June 17. 

Bahner, Carl T., Jefferson City, Tenn. Conversion of 
nitroamines to lower amines. 2,615,920, Oct. 28. 

Bahney. Luther W., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Scovill 
Manufacturing Company. Waterbury, Conn. Induction 
pouring furnace. 2,586,596, Feb. 19. 

Bahney, Robert H. : See — 

Janecek, Frank H., and Bahney. 

Bahnson, Agnew H., Jr., Winston-Salem, N. C. Atomizer 
s.vstem. 2,583,986, Jan. 29. 

Bahnson. Agnew H., Jr., assignor to K. K. Bahnson, 
Winston-Salem, N. C. Apparatus for cleaning filter 
screens. 2.596,518, May 13. 

Bahnson, Agnew H., Jr., assignor to Wachovia Bank and 
Trust Co., Winston-Salem, N. C. Self-cleaning humidi- 
fier. 2,610,045. Sept. 9. 

Bahnson, Agnew H., Jr., Winston-Salem, N. C. Self-clean- 
ing spray nozzle. 2,613,992. Oct. 14. 

Bahnson Company. The, assignee : See — - 
King, James F.. Jr. 

Bahnson. Katharine K.. assignee : See — 
Bahnson. Agnew H.. Jr. 

Bahr, Henry H., Manhasset, N. Y. Guard for nail clippers. 
2,620.560, Dec. 9. 

Bahuaud. Adrien A., Paris, France. Quick tightening 
machine-tool vise. 2,588,073. Mar. 4. 

Baler, John F.. assignor to A. G. McKee & Co., Cleveland, 
Ohio. Clamping means for doors of blast furnace stoves. 
2,605,724, Aug. 5. 

Baler, John F., assignor to Arthur G. McKee & Co., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Revolving distributor. 2,614,709, Oct. 21. 

Bailar, John C, Jr., and R. W. Parry. Urbana, 111., as- 
signors to the United States of America as represented 
by the Secretary of the Navy. Metal chloride screening 
smoke mixture. 2,614,083, Oct. 14. 

Baile. Glenn E. : See — 

Raines. Albin H., and Baile. 

Bailen. Jacob L., Bloomington. assignor of thirty-five per 
cent to G. E. Meitcs. Chicago, 111. Belt for wearing 
apparel. 2.596.884. May 13. 

Bailey, Alonzo W.. Cleveland, Ohio. Forming floor and 
ceiling structures. 2.611.944. Sept. 30. 

Bailey. Alton E., assignor to The Girdler Corporation, 
Louisville, Ky. Bleaching oil with adsorbent. 2,618,644, 
Nov. 18. 

Bailey. Andrew J. : See — 

King, William A., and Bailey. 

Bailey, Arnold B., Scotch Plains, N. J. Modulation sys- 
tem. 2.584.532. Feb. 5. 

Bailey, Bradford E.. Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Cyclone separator. 
2,607,438. Aug. 19. 

Bailey, Bruce L., Niagara Falls, assignor to Great Lakes 
Carbon Corporation, New York, N. Y. Manufacture of 
carbon electrodes. 2,582,764, Jan. 15. 

Bailey, Charles M., Co., Inc., assignee : Sec — 
La Point, Kenneth K. 

Bailey, Christopher E. G., London, England, assignor to 
Hartford National Bank and Trust Company, Hartford, 
Conn., as trustee. Device for synchronizing the fre- 
quency of an oscillator to a control oscillation. 
2,582.668. .Ian. 15. 

Bailey, Christopher E. G., London, England, assignor to 
The Hartford National Bank and Trust Company, 
Hartford. Conn., as trustee. Radio navigation aid. 
2,.591,908, Apr. 8. 

Bailey, Christopher E. G.. London, England, assignor to 
The Hartford National Bank and Trust Company, Hart- 
ford. Conn., as trustee. Electrical oscillator circuit ar- 
rangement. 2,617,040, Nov. 4. 

Bailey Company, Incorporated, The, assignee : See — 
Bailey. David C. 
Johnson, Leonard W.. and Pottle. 

Bailey. David C. assignor to The Bailey Company. Inc., 
Amesbury. Mass. Glass run channel for vehicle win- 
dows. 2.594.717, Apr. 29. 

Bailey. David C, assignor to The Bailey Companv. Incor- 
porated, Amesbury, Mass. Weather strip. 2^613,408, 
Oct. 14. 

Bailey. David R., Sacramento, Calif. Apparatus for halv- 
ing almonds. 2..597.279. May 20. 

Bailey, David R., Sacramento. Calif. Apparatus for split- 
ting almonds. 2,601.490, June 24. 

Bailey, David R., assignor to California Almond Growers 
Exchange, Sacramento, Calif. Apparatus for cutting 
almonds to pieces of miscellaneous sizes. 2,611,405, 
Sept. 23. 

Bailey. Donald. Puritan Mines. W. Va. Door with closing 
and protecting assembly. 2,593,403, Apr. 22. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Bailey. Edward A. : See — 

Schulz, Edward L., and Bailey. 

Bailey, Edward V., Santa Paula, Calif. Mole trap. 
2,590,489. Mar. 25. 

Bailey, Eric : See — - 

Gross. Leonard, and Bailey. 

Bailey, Ervin G., Easton, Pa., assignor to The Babcock & 
Wilcox Company, New York, N. T. Apparatus for ef- 
fecting combustion. 2,602,432, July 8. 

Bailey, Ervin G., Easton, Pa., P. S. Dickey, East Cleveland, 
and J. F. Shannon, Euclid, Ohio, assignors to Bailey 
Meter Company. Valving apparatus. 2,598,207, May 27. 

Bailey, Francis T., East Aurora, N. Y., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Fault responsive indicating control apparatus prefer- 
ably for textile machinery. 2,611.017. Sept. 16. 

Bailey, Frank N., and R. P. Humpal, assignors to Wood- 
ward Governor Company. Rockford, 111. Speed respon- 
sive signaling mechanism. 2,614,161, Oct. 14. 

Bailey. George B., Long Beach, assignor to The Hays 
Corporation, Michigan City, Ind. Electronic program 
controller. 2,594,716. Apr. 29. 

Bailey, George B., Long Beach, assignor to The Hays 
Corporation, Michigan City, Ind. Pressure sensitive 
device. 2,604,116, July 22. 

Bailey, Glen F. : See — 

Burr. Horace K., and Bailey. 

Bailey. Gordon L. J., West Drayton, and H. C. Watkins, 
Greenford, assignors to British Non-Ferrous Metals Re- 
search Association, London, England. Production of 
lead coatings. 2,586,142. Feb. 19. 

Bailey, Grant C, and J. A. Reid. Bartlesville, 
Okla., assignors to Phillips Petroleum Company. 
SIO2 — AI2O3 — NiO catalyst and its preparation. 2,581,- 
228. Jan. 1. 

Bailey, Grant C, Royal Oak, Mich., and W. B. Whitney, 
Bartlesville, Okla., assignors to Phillips Petroleum Com- 
pany. Making grease. 2,598,154, May 27. 

Bailey, Grant C, and J. A. Reid, Bartlesville, Okla., as- 
signors to Phillips Petroleum Company. Catalytic poly- 
merization of olefins. 2,606,940, Aug. 12. 

Bailey, James, West Hartford, assignor to Plax Corpo- 
ration, Hartford, Conn. Crossover homogenizing ap- 
paratus. 2,584,827, Feb. 5. 

Bailey. James. West Hartford, assignor to Plax Corpora- 
tion. Hartford. Conn. Method and apparatus for pro- 
ducing plastic tubing. 2.594.842, Apr. 29. 

Bailey. James, assignor to Plax Corporation, West Hart- 
ford, Conn. Manufacturing plastic articles. 2.597,558, 
May 20. 

Bailey, James G.. Vernonia, Oreg. Splitting machine for 

making shakes. 2,612,916, Oct. 7. 
Bailey. James S., and A. W. Schmidt, Chicago, 111., as- 
signors to The Rauland Corporation. Metal cone 
cathode-ray tube. 2,585,614, Feb. 12. 
Bailey, John L. : See — 

Earland, Christopher, Bailey, and Carter. 
Bailey, John T., Short Hills, N. J. Bridge circuit. 

2,595,626, May 6. 
Bailey, Joyce T., Oklahoma City, Okla., assignor to Phil- 
lips Petroleum Company. Furnace bridge wall cooling 
and air feeding construction. 2,606,513, Aug. 12. 
Bailey. Kenneth D., Dayton, Ohio. Modulation meter. 

2.594,274, Apr. 29. 
Bailey, Kenneth J., Great Falls, Mont. Acoustical ap- 
pliance. 2.619,866, Dec. 2. 
Bailey, Levi E., Owosso, Mich. Screw driver. 2,581,899, 

Jan. 8. 
Bailey Meter Company assignee : See — 

Bailey, Ervin G., Dickey, and Shannon. 
Barnard. Clayton H. 
Dickey, Paul S. 

Dickey, Paul S., and Hornfeck. 
English, James F., Jr., and Hornfeck. 
Fellows. Prank H., and Wheaton. 
Fitch. Edward W. 
Hoffman, Howard T. 
Hornfeck. Anthony J. 
Hornfeck. Anthony J., and Hoffman. 
Johnson, Clarence. 
Junkins, Raymond D. 
McEvoy, James E. 

Mittendorf. Harvey C. and Paulison. 
Paulison, William L., Jr., and Mittendorf. 
Shannon. Jack F. 
Bailey, Meyer E., assignee : See — 

Swanson, Bror W. 
Bailey, Revilo E., assignor of one-half to J. N. Thompson, 
Tulsa, Okla. Duct static pressure control. 2,598,208, 
May 27. 
Bailey. Richard W., Hale, England, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to General Electric Company. Annular 
forging and casting. 2,583,315, Jan. 22. 
Bailey, Richard W.. Hale, England, assignor, bv mesne 
assignments, to General Electric Company. Gas pro- 
ducer and method of operation. 2,622,972, Dec. 23. 
Bailey, Richard W., assignor to M. M. Harding. Los An- 
geles, Calif. Interleaving apparatus. 2,580.379, Jan. 1. 
Bailey, Richard W., assignor to JI. M. Harding, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Interleaving machine. 2,619,034, Nov. 
25. 
Bailey, Robert G. : See — ■ 

Jones. Robert E. and Bailey. 



Bailey, Robert S., assignor to International Standard 
Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. Antenna. 
2.581,348. Jan. 8. 

Bailey, Robert S., assignor to International Standard 
Electric Corporation, New York N. Y. Electron dis- 
charge device. 2,611.882, Sept. 23. 

Bailey, Robert S., Bayside. assignor to International 
Standard Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. Auto- 
matic frequency control. 2,616,049, Oct. 28. 

Bailey, Robert S., Phoenix, Ariz., and M. Silver, Fair- 
lawn, N. J., assignors to International Standard Elec- 
tric Corporation, New York, N. Y. Repeater for fre- 
quency modulated waves. 2,611,859, Sept. 23. 

Bailey, Ronald A., assignor to Wipac Filtration Limited, 
Bletchley, England. Filter. 2,592,849, Apr. 15. 

Bailey, Roy W., and J. T. Fault, assignors to Detroit 
Power Screwdriver Company, Detroit, Mich. Nut driv- 
ing machine. 2,616.324. Nov. 4. 

Baile.v, Thomas S., Jr., assignor to Jlining Process and 
Patent Company, Denver, Colo. Apparatus for con- 
centrating ores and the like. 2,584,976. Feb. 12. 

Bailey, Vera C, W^ashington, D. C. Detachable holder for 
scouring elements. 2,620,501, Dec. 9. 

Bailey, William B.. Rockmart. Ga. Adapter for connect- 
ing meat tenderizers to food choppers or the like. 
2,602,681. July 8. 

Bailey, William D. Jr., Oakland. Calif. Rotary reaction 
nozzle fuel burner. 2,590,063, Mar. 18. 

Bailey. William F.. Valley Stream. N. Y.. assignor to 
Hazeltine Research, Inc., Chicago, 111. Direct current 
restorer for maintaining constant black level at cathode- 
ray tube. 2,611,029, Sept. 16. 

Bailey, William H., assignor to The British Iron and Steel 
Research Association, London, England. Breaker block 
for rolling mills. 2.612.798. Oct. 7. 

Bailey. William M., Fairhaven, Mass.. assignor to Cornell- 
Dubilier Electric Corporation. South Plainfield, N. J. 
Capacitance device. 2.597,429, May 20. 

Bailhe, George, Brooklyn, N. Y. Safety garment. 
2,607,934, Aug. 26. 

Bailiff, Fred H., and D. B. Wicker, Nitro, W. Va., as- 
signors to American Viscose Corporation, Wilmington, 
Del. Device for cutting staple fiber. 2.581,467, Jan. 8. 

Bailis, Reuben, Philadelphia, Pa. Flash removing appara- 
tus. 2.592,640. Apr. 15. 

Baillargeon, .John L. : See — 

Piekarski, Joseph J., and Baillargeon. 

Baillie, Granville H. : See — 

Wilcock. John E., and Baillie. 

Bailly. Florent H.. Pasadena, Calif. Vehicle position In- 
dicator. 2,598,096. May 27. 

Bally. Edgard W.. Purley, assignor to Paterson Engineer- 
ing Company, Ltd., London, England. Filter. 2,595,913, 
May 6. 

Bain, Charles K., Bonne Terre. Mo., assignor to St. Joseph 
Lead Company, New York, N. Y. Tamping an explosive 
charge. 2.596,639, May 13. 

Bain, George W., Jr. : See — 

Webster. William M., Jr., and Bain. 

Bain, Jack C, Santa Fe, N. Mex. Fish lure. 2,598,966, 
June 3. « 

Bain. Jav G.. Petoskey, Mich. Catchup dispenser. 
2,612.297, Sept. 30. 

Bain, Lewis A., Jr., Berwyn, and H. E. Malone, Riverside, 
111., assignors to Western Electric Company, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Metallized ceramic coating 
composition. 2.608.539, Aug. 26. 

Bainbridge, Featherstone, Fenham. Newcastle-on-Tyne, 
assignor to Huwood Mining Machinery Limited. Gates- 
head-on-Tyne, England. Belt conveyer. 2,622,723, 
Dec. 23. 

Bainbridge, Marvin : See — 

Sheffield, Eugene S., Jr., and Bainbridge. 

Baines. Harry. E. P. Davey. and E. F. Teal. Harrow, Eng- 
land, assignors to Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, 
N. Y. Hardened particle mixed grain photographic 
emulsion. 2,618.553, Nov. 18. 

Baines, John A. : See — 

Lucas, Sydney, and Baines. 

Bair. Lloyd L.. Flint, Mich. Sink mounting. 2,588,074, 
Mar. 4. 

Bair, Walter E., Washington, D. C. Olive tongs. 
2,609.228, Sept. 2. 

Baird, Carl E., Louisiana, Mo., and P. V. Mullins, Amarillo, 
Tex. Automatic cutoff valve. 2,613,683. Oct. 14. 

Baird. Jack A., Rockaway, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. 
Frequency divider. 2,585.722. Feb. 12. 

Baird Machine Company, The, assignee : See — 
Lewis, Arthur J. 

Baird. Peggy : See — 

MacMasters, Majel M., Baird, and Rist. 

Baird. Philip, assignor to Cee-Kleer Products, Inc., Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio. Sight glass fitting for piping systemsL 
2,.592.848, Apr. 15. 

Baird, William F., Los Angeles, Calif. Ice-cream freezer. 
2.619,808, Dec. 2. 

Baisch, John C, Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to Carter 
Carburetor Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Fuel supply 
system. 2,588,952. Mar. 11. 

Baisch, John C. Whittier, Calif., assignor to Carter Car- 
buretor Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Speed responsive 
valve for fuel-feeding systems. 2,596,461, May 13. 



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Pfeifer, and Keely. 

Pa. Collapsible minnow 

Water motor-driven ven- 



Sweden. Per- 



Baisch, Richard K., Cottage City, Md. Armor shield for 
projectile type fastenings. 2,594,275, Apr. 29. 

Baisch, Stephen J., Kaukauna, and H. C. Lee, Oshkosh, 
assignors to Thilmany Pulp and Paper Company, Kau- 
kauna, Wis. Paper reinforcing machine. 2,614,054, 
Oct. 14. 

Baisel, Edwin C. : See — 

Delany, John J., and Baisel. 

Baisel, Edwin C, assignor to Delany Realty Corporation, 
New York, N. T. Silent closing pilot-operated valve. 
2,615,467, Oct. 28. 

Baisley, Raymond J. : See — 
Bandura, James, Baisley, 

Baisor, William K., Progress, 
net. 2,583,987, Jan. 29. 

Baither, Harry, Sterling, 111. 
tilator. 2,603,797, July 22. 

Bajrovic, Alexander, Akers Styckebruk, 
manent core. 2,583,248, Jan. 22. 

Bajulaz, Roger, Geneva, Switzerland. Ball bearing. 
2,599,969, June 10. 

Baker, Allister L., Jersey City, assignor to KeufiEel & 
Esser Company, Hoboken, N. J. Drafting machine. 
2,611,184, Sept. 23. 

Baker, Allister L., Jersey City, assignor to Keuffel & Esser 
Company, Hoboken, N. J. Optical scale reading system. 
2,619,002, Nov. 25. 

Baker, Arthur W., Webster Groves, assignor to Illinois 
Powder Manufacturing Company, St. Louis, Mo. Ex- 
plosive cartridge assembly. 2,590,671, Mar. 25. 

Baker, Benjamin P., Turtle Creek, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Cir- 
cuit interrupter. 2,623,968, Dec. 30. 

Baker, Benjamin P., Turtle Creek, Pa., and O. von Mehren, 
Lorain, Ohio, assignors to Westinghouse Electric Cor- 
poration, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Circuit interrupter. 
2,581,571, Jan. 8. 

Baker, Benjamin P., Turtle Creek, and T. E. Browne, Jr., 
Wilkinsburg. assignors to Westinghouse Electric Cor- 
poration, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Circuit interrupter. 
2.586,290, Feb. 19. 

Baker, Benjamin P., Turtle Creek, E. Frisch and H. M. 
Wilcox, Pittsburgh, assignors to Westinghouse Electric 
Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Fluid pressure as- 
sembly. 2.602,868, Julv 8. 

Baker, Benjamin P., Turtle Creek, and E. Frisch, Pitts- 
burgh, assignors to Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 
East Pittsburgh, Pa. Compressed gas circuit inter- 
rupter. 2,616,008, Oct. 28. 

Baker, Bernard R., Nanuet, assignor to American Cyana- 
mld Company, New York, N. Y. 3-propargyl-4-quinaz- 
olones and acid salts thereof and making the same. 
2,621,162, Dec. 9. 

Baker, Bill P.. San Diego, assignor to Superior Plastics, 
Inc.. El Segundo, Calif. Puncturing holder for gas 
cartridge. 2,580,639. Jan. 1. 

Baker, Carlos J., Chickasha, Okla., assignor to Statham 
Laboratories, Inc., Beverly Hills, Calif. Strain wire 
gauge. 2,622.176, Dec. 16. 

Baker Castor Oil Company, The, assignee : See — 
Carter, James S. P. 
Colbeth, Ivor M. 
Colbeth. Ivor M., and Carter. 
Hise, William, and Dietrich. 
Patton. Temple C. 
Patton. Temple C, and Jubanowsky. 
Smith, Malcolm K. 

Baker. Charles H. : See — 

Lindell, Signrd I., and Baker. 

Baker, Charles H., Maywood, assignor to S & 
Company, Chicago, 111. Universal single 
mounting for high-voltage electrical devices. 
Aug. 12. 

Baker, Charles H., Paterson, N. J. Tool for applying 
and removing nipples from radiators and the like. 
2.598,877, June 3. 

Baker, Charles W., Spokane, Wash. Exhaust nozzle tip 
for locomotives. 2,609,986, Sept. 9. 

Baker, Clarence T. : See — 

Bender, John C. and Baker. 

Baker. Cohen H., Fort Worth, Tex. Bottle cap opener 
with crimp engaging teeth. 2,611,286, Sept. 23. 

Baker & Co.. Inc.. assignee : See — 
Rosenblatt, Edgar P. 
Rosenblatt, Edgar F., and Cohn. 
Russoll, Harry J. 
Stumbock. Max J. 

Baker, Corwin W.. Beverly. Mass., assignor 
Shoe M.achinerv Corporation. Flemington, N 
ing the soles of shoes. 2,607,059. Aug. 19. 

Baker, Craig C, Los Angeles, Calif. Locking 
2..594,5.33. Apr. 29. 

Baker, Craig C. Los Angeles, Calif. Tie holder. 
2,601,424, June 27. 

Baker, David B.. Kennewick, Wash. Pressure equaliz- 
ing valve. 2.584.533. Feb. 5. 

Baker, Donald J., Los Angeles, Calif. Magnetic phono- 
graph pickup. 2.581.511, Jan. 8. 

Baker. Donald J.. Los Angeles, Calif. Phonograph pickup 
with shock-proof mounting. 2.595.561, May 6. 

Baker, Donald J.. Los Angeles. Calif. Distance compara- 
tor gauge. 2,596,519. May 13. 

982735— P 4 



C Electric 

insulator 

2,606,954, 



Baker, Donald J., Los Angeles, Calif. Mounting arm for 
sound translating device. 2,603,490, July 15. 

Baker, Donald J., Los Angeles, Calif. Nontorsional stylus. 
2,603,492, July 15. 

Baker, Donald J., Los Angeles, Calif. Pickup head with 
removable armature and stylus assembly. 2,622,156, 
Dec. 16. 

Baker. Dorr S., Little Falls Township. Passaic County, 
N. J. Screw and centrifugal pump. 2,614,501. Oct. 21. 

Baker, Dwight L., Park Forest, assignor to B. L. Sarett, 
Chicago, 111. Enzymatically deoxygenated product and 
process. Re. 23,523, July 22. 

Baker, Edward S., Los Angeles, assignor to Northrop Air- 
craft, Inc., Hawthorne, Calif. Capacitance pick-off 
servo system. 2,606,310, Aug. 5. 

Baker, George L., assignor to Haskell Research Founda- 
tion, Newark, Del. Plant juice concentrates. 2,605,188, 
July 29. 

Baker, George L., Newark, Del., and M. Olliver. assignors 
to Chivers & Sons Limited, Histon, Cambridge, England. 
Tablet jellies and preparing same. 2,594,439. Apr. 29. 

Baker, George T., Liverpool, England, assignor to Auto- 
matic Electric Laboratories, Incorporated. Chicago, 111. 
Emergency display for toll ticketing. 2,581,900, Jan. 8. 

Baker, George T., Liverpool, England, assignor to Auto- 
matic Electric Laboratories Inc., Chicago, 111. Multiple 
ofBce voice - frequency line identification system. 
2,591,909, Apr. 8. 

Baker, George T., Liverpool, England, assignor to Auto- 
matic Electric Laboratories Inc., Chicago, 111. Assem- 
bling and connecting nonlinear resistance elements. 
2,598.097, May 27. 

Baker, George T, assignor to Automatic Telephone & Elec- 
tric Company Limited, Liverpool. England. Measuring 
arrangements. 2,601,491, June 24. 

Baker, George T., assignor to Automatic Telephone & Elec- 
tric Company Limited, Liverpool, England. Measuring 
arrangements. 2,601,492, June 24. 

Baker, George T., Liverpool, England, assignor to Auto- 
matic Electric Laboratories Inc., Chicago, 111. Arma- 
ture mounting for plural electromagnetic relays. 
2.611,012. Sept. 16. 

Baker, George T., Buckinghamshire, assignor to Brit- 
ish Telecommunications Research Limited, Taplow, 
Buckinghamshire, England. Telegraph distributor. 
2,612.562, Sept. 30. 

Baker, George W. Chicago Heights, assignor to United 
States Gypsum Company. Chicago. 111. Panel type lam- 
inated wallboard partition. 2,618,028, Nov. 18. 

Baker, Gerald T., Neligh, Nebr., assignor to Horn Jlanu- 
facturing Company, Fort Dodge, Iowa. Loading ma- 
chine. 2.583,079, Jan. 22. 

Baker, Harold E. : See — 

Young, Charles A., and Baker. 

Baker. Harry E., Macomb. 111. Poultry feeder. 2,595,324, 
May 6. 

Baker, Harry B., Seattle, Wash. Liquid sampler. 
2.593,830, Apr. 22. 

Baker, Harry F. : See — 

Seright, Carl G., and Baker. 

Baker. Hayward R. : See — 

Zisman, William A., Wolfe, Baker, and Spessard. 

Baker, Jack F., Long Beach, Calif. Rotatable tubing 
hanger. 2,599,0.39. .Tune 3. 

Baker, Jack M.. South Peabody. Mass., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Multiple governing system for 
turbine with automatic transfer. 2,614,229. Oct. 14. 

Baker, James G., Orinda. Calif., assignor to The Perkin- 
Elmer Corporation, Glenbrook, Conn. Panoramic camera. 
2.593,088, Apr. 15. 

Baker, James N., Towson, Md., assignor to The Black and 
Decker Manufacturing Company. Electric strain gauge. 
2.623,386, Dec. 30. 

Baker, John S.. assignor to Cook Electric Company, Chl- 
Altitude warning signal system. 2,602,111, 



to 
J. 



United 
Round- 
hinge. 



eago. 111. 
July 1. 
Baker". John 
2.585.213, 



S.. Los Angeles, Calif. Processing machine. 
Feb. 12. 

Baker, John T. : See — 

Bayhi, Joseph F., and Baker. 

Baker, Leonard, Hillsdale, N. J. assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Filmsort. Inc., New York, N. Y. Card 
structure and making same. 2,612,711, Oct. 7. 

Baker Manufacturing Company, The, assignee : See — 
Washbond, Harry H. 

Baker, Marlin S., assignor to The Parker Pen Company, 
Janesville, Wis. Ink feed and overflow collector means 
for fountain pens. 2,619,070, Nov. 25. 

Baker. Marlin S., assignor to The Parker Pen Com- 
pany, Janesville. Wis. Ball-point writing instrument. 
2,622.561, Dec, 23. 

Baker, Marlin S., and H. H. Zodtner. assignors to The 
Parker Pen Company, Janesville, Wis. Fountain Pen. 
2,612.867, Oct. 7. 

Baker, Merle W., P. F. Beil, C. F. Curtis, II, and E. A. 
Patton. assignors to Curtis Companies Incorporated, 
Clinton, Iowa. Apparatus for manufacturing boards 
of compressed cellulose material and the like. 2,583,249, 
Jan. 22. 

Balcer, Merle W., Sioux City, P. P. Beil, C. F. Curtis, II, 
and E. A. Patton, assignors to Curtis Companies Incor- 
porated. Clinton, Iowa. Making cellulose boards. 
2,619,681, Dec. 2. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Baker, Merle W., F. F. Beil, C. F. Curtis, II, and E. A. Pat- 
ton, assignors to Curtis Companies Incorporated, Clinton, 
Iowa. Pan filling machine. 2,623,675, Dee. 30. 
Balier, Merle W., Sioux City, F. F. Beil, C. F. Curtis, II, 
and Ii). A. Patton, assignors to Curtis Companies Incor- 
porated, Clinton, Iowa. Pan filling machine. 2,623,676, 
Dec. 30. 
Baker, Millard H. St. Louis. Mo., assignor to Fairbanks, 
Morse & Co., Chicago. 111. Pump Impeller. 2,604,852. 
July 29. 
Baker Oil Tools, Inc., assignee : See — 
Althouse, William S., Jr. 
Baker, Reuben C. 
Baker, Reuben C, and Althouse. 
Baker, Reuben C, and Kriegel. 
Baker, Reuben C, and Ragan. 
Clark, Earnest H., Jr. 
Conrad, Martin B. 
Conrad, Martin B., and Matlack. 
Glover, Robert C. 
Johnson, James V. 
Lee, Francis H. 
Ragan, Thomas M. 
Whitney. Clarie B. 
Baker, Paul R. : See — 

Plancon, George H., Baiter, and McFall. 
Baker, Perkins, Inc., assignee : See — • 
Feige, Harry. 
Riordan. Albert O. 
Steadman, Rufus P. 
Warrington, James I. D. 
Baker Perkins Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Hart, John. 
Pointon, John E. 
Baker Perkins Limited, assignee : See — 

Tunley, Allan A. 
Baker, Randall B., New York, N. Y., assignor to The 
Wheeler Insulated Wire Company, Incorporated, Bridge- 
port. Conn. Electroacoustical transducer. 2.582,942, 
Jan. 22. 
Baker, Randall B., New York. N. Y., assignor to Wheeler 
Insulated Wire Co. Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Telephone 
handset. 2,607.857. Aug. 19. 
Baker-Raulang Company, The, assignee : See — 
Lawless, Nathan M. 
Lehmann, Max. 
Baker. Raymond G. : See — 

Willett. Leon E.. and Baker. 
Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, assignor to Baker Oil Tools, 
Inc.. Vernon. Calif. Ported cementing apparatus. 
2,602,510, July 8. 
Baker, Reuben C., Coalinga, assignor to Baker Oil Tools, 
Inc.. Vernon, Calif. Casing centering device. 2,602.512, 
July 8. 
Baker, Reuben C, Coalinga, assignor to Baker Oil Tools, 
Inc., Vernon, Calif. Well tool anchoring device. 
2,605.843, Aug. 5. 
Baker, Reuben C., Coalinga, and B. Kriegel, Los Angeles, 
assignors to Baker Oil Tools, Inc.. Vernon. Calif. Well 
cementing apparatus. 2.593.520, Apr. 22. 
Baker, Reuben C.. Coalinga, and T. M. Ragan, Downey, as- 
signors to Baker Oil Tools, Inc., Vernon, Calif. Well 
packer lock device. 2.598,340, May 27. 
Baker Reuben C, Coalinga, and W. S. Althouse, Jr., Arca- 
dia, assignors to Baker Oil Tools, Inc., Vernon, Calif. 
Casing scraper. 2,602,515. July 8. 
Baker Reuben C, Coalinga, assignor to Baker Oil Tools, 
Inc., Vernon, Calif. Hydraulic underreamer. 2,602,642, 
July 8. 
Baker, Rhea V., Seattle, Wash. Reducing bulging of 

crusher .law face-plates. 2,609.154. Sept. 2. 
Baker, Richard H., Los Angeles, and D. E. Eckdahl, Man- 
hattan Beach, assignors to Northrop Aircraft, Inc., 
Hawthorne, Calif. Electronic counting device. 
2,620,440, Dec. 2. 

Baker. Robert C. Corry. Pa., and R. L. Clark. East Cleve- 
land, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Strong Steam 
Specialty Mfg. Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Steam trap. 
2,586,143. Feb. 19. 

Baker-Ross. Inc. : See — 

Droeger, Carl C, Meloy. and Eoggie. 

Baker. Stanley W., Hackensack, and J. E. Rice, Pompton 
Plains, N. J., assignors to Curtiss-Wright Corporation. 
Multispeed transmission. 2,588,462, Mar. 11. 

Baker, Walter E., Port Norris, N. J. Combination plant 
flat and plant propagating pots therein. 2,602,268, 
July 8. 

Baker, Walter S.. Logansport, Ind., assignor to The Gen- 
eral Tire and Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Forming 
mechanism for composite sealing strips. 2,613,720, 
Oct. 14. 

Baker, William A. : See — 

Eborall, Esther M. D., Baker, and Liddiard. 

Baker, William 0., Morristown, and P. H. Winslow, Spring- 
dale, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Ball bearing. 2,609,256, 
Sept. 2. 

Baker. William R. : See — 

Simpson, Kenneth H., Baker, and Kerns. 

Baker, William R.. Berkeley, Calif., assignor to the United 
States of America as represented by the United States 
Atomic Energy Commission. Leak detector. 2,591,998, 
Apr. 8. 



Bakewell. G. G., assignee : See — 

Diebel. Henry S. 
Bakewell, George G., assignee : See — 

Pricke, Richard W. 
Bakewell, Sidney, Detroit, Mich. Meat tenderizing device. 

2,583,199, Jan. 22. 
Bakke, Hans A. : See — 

Goss, James H., Mendelsohn, and Bakke. 
Wrobel. Henr.v T., and Bakke. 
Bakken, Hans H.. Pueblo, Colo. Sparkler fishhook. 

2,599,684. June 10. 
Bakker, Johannes, Lange Ruige Weide, Netherlands. 

Device for mixing bulks. 2,583,135, Jan. 22. 
Bakker, Pier, assignor to Automatic Electric Laboratories, 

Inc., Chicago, 111. Carrier system having variable power 

level for supervisory signaling. 2,590,672, Mar. 25. ■ 
Bakker, Pier, assignor to Automatic Electric Laboratories, 

Inc.. Chicago, 111. Restricted service telephone system. 

2,592,784, Apr. 15. 
Bakker, Pier, assignor to Automatic Electric Laboratories, 

Inc., Chicago, 111. Party line reverting call by directory 

number. 2,602,120, July 1. 
Bakker, Pier, assignor to Automatic Electric Laboratories, 

Inc., Chicago, 111. Automatic toll telephone system. 

2,607,854, Aug. 19. 
Baldcer, Pier, assignor to Automatic Electric Laboratories, 

Inc., Chicago, 111. Trunk circuit repeater. 2,614,173, 

Oct. 14. 
Bakker, Pieter : See — 

Goebel. Johannes. Bakker, and Hoogland. 
Balamuth, Lewis, New York, N. Y. Removing material 

from a solid body. 2.580,716, Jan. 1. 
Balanscope, Inc.. assignee : See — 

Garutso, Stephen E. 
Balas Collet Manufacturing Co., The, assignee : See — 

Cox. John R. 
Balasevich, John J., Woodbury, assignor to Scovill Manu- 
facturing Company. Waterbury, Conn. Lipsticic con- 
tainer. 2,610,733, Sept. 16. 
Balassa, Ladislaus, West Barrington, R. I. Preparation of 

starch ethers. 2.588,463, Mar. 11. 
Balcar, Frederick R., Stamford, Conn., assignor to Air 

Reduction Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Nitrous 

oxide production. 2,609,273, Sept. 2. 
Balcar, Vojtfich, Prague-Smichov, Czechoslovakia. Valved 

drop forming stopper. 2,605,938, Aug. 5. 
Balcar, Vojt§ch, Prague-Smichov, Czechoslovakia. Valved 

drop forming stopper with removable air and liquid 

orifice plugs. 2,623,662, Dec. 30. 
Baldanza, Nicholas T.. Rutherford, assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Columbia Protektosite Co., Inc.. Carl- 

stadt. N. J. Hollow interlocked building block and wall. 

2.594.378. Apr. 29. 
Baldanza, Nicholas T., Rutherford, assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Columbia Protektosite Co., Inc., Carl- 

stadt. N. J. Ink recordation on molding resinous 

articles. 2,619,679, Dec. 2. 
Baldanza, Nicholas T., Rutherford, assignor, by mesne 

assignments, to Columbia Protektosite Co., Inc., Carl- 

stadt, N. J. Packaging device and cap-stopper closure. 

2,620,085, Dec. 2. 
Baldassare, Egidio R. : See — 

Gregory, Douglas W.. and Baldassare. 
Baldenhofer. William G., assignor to The Thompson 

Grinder Comp.nny. Springfield, Ohio. Grinding intricate 

contours. 2,585.990. Feb. 19. 
Baldenhofer, William G., assignor to The Thompson 

Grinder Company, Springfield, Ohio. Apparatus for 

grinding. 2,623,333, Dec. 30. 
Balderstone, Edward, Oakford, Pa., assignor to The S. S. 

White Dental Manufacturing Company. Joint structure 

for pivoted tools. 2,592,641, Apr. 15. 
Baldridge. Dorris R. : See — 

Pemberton. .7. C. and Baldridge. 
Baldry, George E., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Appa- 
ratus for operating excavating tools. 2,622,847, Dec. 23. 
Bald.?iefen, Walter D., Metuchen, N. J., assignor to E. I. 

du Pont de Nemours and Company, Wilmington, Del. 

Light-sensitive silver halide photographic elements. 

2,600,831, June 17. 
Baldwin, Arthur N. : See — 

Baldwin. Henry J.. A. N., and Mihara. 
Baldwin. Clyde P., Claremont, N. H., assignor to Joy 

Mnnnfnctnring Company. Cable reel mechanism. 

2,601,958, July 1. 
Baldwin Company, The, assignee : See — • 
Knoblaugh. Armand P. 
Wayne. William C, Jr. 
Baldwin, Curtis C, Whitney, Nebr., assignor to C. E. 

Hovey, trustee. Soil scarifier. 2.581.512. Jan. 8. 
Baldwin, Curtis C, Whitney, Nebr., assignor to C. E. 

Hovpv. trustee, Kansas City, Mo. Portable conveyer. 

2,605,885, Aug. 5. 
Baldwin, Donald T., Lincoln, 111. Tool. 2,609,179, Sept. 2. 
Baldwin. Francis P. : See — 

Newberg. Raymond G.. and Baldwin. 
Baldwin. Francis P.. Linden. N. J., assignor to Standard 

Oil Development Company. Bonding of isobutylene- 

isoprene copolymer to brass. 2,587,430, Feb. 26. 
Baldwin, Francis P., Linden, and W. C. Smith. Westfield, 

N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. 

Curing rubbery olefinic copolymers. 2,619.481, Nov. 25. 
Baldwin, Francis W., Huntingdon, Pa. Key carrying case. 

2,605,802, Aug. 5. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



43 



Baldwin, Harold L., St. Johnsbury, Vt. Log handling 

apparatus. 2,587,681. Mar. 4. 
Baldwin, Henry J., Paia, assignor to Pineapple Research 
Institute of Hawaii, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii. 
Underground forked scraper-shear bar for power-driven 
colters. 2,620,714, Dec. 9. 
Baldwin, Henry J. and A. N., and T. Mihara, Paia, 
assignors to Maui Pineapple Company, Ltd., Honolulu, 
Territory of Hawaii. Mechanized seed distributor. 
2.584,322, Feb. 5. 
Baldwin Instrument Company Limited, assignee : See — 

Love, Angus, and Sik. 
Baldwin, John D., Jr., Highland Heights, and F. D. Wyss, 
Cleveland Heignts, assignors to The Weatherhead Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Hand brake assembly. 2,591,495, 
Apr. 1. 
Baldwin, Joseph W., Wichita Falls, Tex. Article holder 

for automobile visors. 2,598,029, May 27. 
Baldwin, Lawrence W., Oxnard, Calif. Velocity meter. 

2,620,380, Dec. 2. 
Baldwin, Leslie B., Auburn, assignor to Welded Products 
Limited, Alexandria, near Sydney, New South Wales, 
Australia. Brake and inching control mechanism for 
mechanical presses. 2,598,633. May 27. 
Baldwin-Lima-Hamilton Corporation, assignee : See — 
Jones, Edgar J. 
Lazan, Benjamin J. 
Lewis, Frank M.. and Morain. 
Moore, Archie F. 
Moore, John H. 
Morian, Willard A. 
Pelly, Francis B., and Cave. 
Ruge, Arthur C. 
Schurr, Otto B. 
Baldwin, Nathaniel, Salt Lake City, Utah. Spacing punch. 

2,582,898, Jan. 15. 
Baldwin. Philip S., Florence, Italy. Pressure amplifying 
system for hydraulic brake wheel cylinders 2,617,260, 
Nov. 11. 
Baldwin, Robert M., New Castle, Ind. Reciprocating ele- 
ment operating device. 2,599,151, June 3. 
Baldwin Rubber Company, assignee : See^ — • 
Hunter, Gerald G. 
McDonald, Angus. 
Bale, Andrew J., Jr., Berkeley, assignor to Pacific Bakery 
Machinery Co.. Oakland, Calif. Dough ring cutting 
machine. 2,612,853, Oct. 7. 
Bales, James E., assignor to Lyon Metal Products, In- 
corporated, Aurora, III. Fastening member for per- 
forated sheet material members. 2,601,201, June 17. 
Bales, James E., and M. Monaco, assignors to Lyon Metal 
Products, Incorporated, Aurora, 111. Commercial 
shelving. 2,604,213. July 22. 
Bales, Max G., Anderson, Ind., assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Flexible coupling. 
2,620,640, Dec. 9. 
Balhouse. Harold J., Schenectady, N. Y.j assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Liquid piston gas pump. 
2,620,966, Dec. 9. 

Balistrieri, Antonio P'., Los Angeles, Calif. Abdominal 
supporting truss. 2,605,762, Aug. 5. 

Balkin. Frank, Chicago, 111. Traffic viewing device. 
2,622,482. Dec. 23. 

Ball, Birtley A.. Milton, Wash. Multiple delayed-action 
switches. 2,603,729, July 15. 

Ball Brothers Company, assignee : See — 
Pasotti. Felice G. 

Ball, Charles F., Franklin, Pa., assignor to Joy Manufac- 
turing Company. Blast hole drilling apparatus. 
2,586,773, Feb. 26. 

Ball, Charles F., assignor to Joy Manufacturing Company, 
Franklin, Pa. Mine shuttle ear. 2,589,217, Mar. 18. 

Ball, Charles F.. Franklin, assignor to Joy Manufacturing 
Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Fluid operated clutch. 
2,593,521, Apr. 22. 

Ball, Charles F.. Franklin, Pa., assignor to Jo.v Manufac- 
turing Company. Jack mechanism. 2,596.462, May 13. 

Ball, Charles F., and G. C. Dalmaso, Franklin, Pa., as- 
signors to Joy Manufacturing Company. Mobile post 
puller winch. 2,606,745, Aug. 12. 

Ball. Dexter D., Cincinnati, Ohio. Sectional container. 
2,610,760, Sept. 16. 

Ball. Earl W. : See — 

Morway, Arnold J., and Ball. 
Ball, Eustace T., Fanwood, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Door. 2,608,727, Sept. 2. 
Ball. F. M., & Co., assignee : See — 

Luther, Paul E. 
Ball, Frank J. : See — 

Keilen, John J., Jr., Ball, and Gressang. 
Ball. Gaines L., assignor to Batson-Cook Company. West 
Point. Ga. Hot-air dryer for slashers. 2,586,200. 
Feb. 19. 

Ball, Gaines L.. assignor to Batson-Cook Company. West 

Point, Ga. Drier for slashers. 2,596.358, May 13. 
Ball, Gerald L.. Council Bluffs, Iowa. Rotary hammer for 

feed mills. 2,602,597. July 8. 
Ball, Harold W., and P. F. Stange, assignors to Foster 

Machine Company, Westfleld, Mass. Article sorting 

conveyer unit. 2,615,566, Oct. 28. 
Ball Ice Machine Co., assignee : See — 
McCoy, Lloyd L. 



Leveling device. 



Photograph retouch- 
12. 



Proc- 



Ball, Jack : See — 

Goldfield, Edwin R., and BalL 

Ball, John S. : See— 

Lockwood, Joseph F., and Ball. 

Ball, Milfred V., The Dalles, Oreg. 
2,583,250, Jan. 22. 

Ball, Paul W., Tucumcari, N. Mex. 
ing apparatus. 2,585,423, Feb. 

Ball Renu, Inc., assignee : See — 
Smith, Cloyd D. 

Ball, Richard H. : See — 

Murdock, Thomas B., and Ball. 

Ball, Richard N., and E. Van Dellen, Visalia, Calif, 
essing olives. 2,582,371, Jan. 15. 

Ball, Roy, Mound City, Kans. Row marker for tractor 
implements. 2,618,214, Nov. 18. 

Ball, Russell C., Wynnewood, and H. O. Kron, assignors 
to Philadelphia Gear Works, Inc., Philadelphia, Pa. 
Valve actuating mechanism. 2,592,374, Apr. 8. 

Ball & Socket Manufacturing Co., The, assignee : See — 
Hubbell, Leslie W. 

Ball, Stanley, assignee : See — 
Stewart, James S. 

Ball, Thomas M., Detroit, assignor to Chrysler Corpora- 
tion, Highland Park, Mich. Throttle control. 2,592,375, 
Apr. 8. 

Ball, Thomas M. Detroit, assignor to Chrysler Corpora- 
tion, Highland Park, Mich. Transmission control 
switch. 2,599.425, June 3. 

Ball, Thomas M., Detroit, assignor to Chrysler Corpora- 
tion, Highland Park, Mich. Fuel atomizing nozzle. 
2,613,997, Oct. 14. 

Balla, John, Jr., assignor to Allen B. Wrisley Company, 
Chicago, in. Vacuum type dust collector apparatus for 
filling containers with comminuted material. 2,587,089, 
Feb. 26. 

Ballantine, James S.. Absecon, N. J. Planer and thick- 
ness indicating attachment therefor. 2,617,866. Nov. 11. 

Ballantine, P.. & Sons, assignee : See — 

Badenhausen, Otto A., Wahl, and Boehl. 
Wahl, Eugene A., and Winters. 

Ballantyne, David H., York, near Langho, near Blackburn, 
assignor to Rolls-Royce Limited, Derby, England. Con- 
trol means for gas-turbine or jet engines which facili- 
tates starting of the engine. 2,612.751, Oct. 7. 

Ballantyne, David H., Littleover, and H. E. W. West, Alles- 
tree, assignors to Rolls-Royce Limited, Derby, England. 
Gas turbine engine with starting device and automatic 
fuel control means. 2,610,466, Sept. 16. 

Ballantyne, George H., assignee : See — 
Magnuson, Roy M. 

Ballantyne, Norman Z., Lewiston, Idaho. Beam amplifier 
tube. 2,609,515, Sept. 2. 

Ballard, Albert E., C. W. Zuehlke, and C. F. H. Allen, as- 
signors to Eastman Kodak Company. Rochester, N. Y. 
Temperature indicating device. 2,614,430, Oct. 21. 

Ballard, Charles S., Seattle, Wash. Apparatus for making 
dentures. 2,592,376, Apr. 8. 

Ballard, Lyttleton W.. Ilchester, Md., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Pulse delay circuits. 2,600,185, June 10. 

Ballard, Robert J. : See — 

Boyer. John L.. and Ballard. 

Ballard, Sam L. Houston, Tex. Pipe bending machine, 
including skid lifting device. 2,589,651, Mar. 18. 

Ballard, Seaver A. : See — 

Luten, Daniel B., Jr., Ballard, and Schwarzer. 
Melstrom, Donald S.. and Ballard. 
Schwarzer, Carl G., Ballard, and Luten. 

Ballard, Seaver A.. Orinda, R. C. Morris. Berkeley, and 
J. L. Van Winkle. San Lorenzo, assignors to Shell 
Development Company, San Francisco, Calif. Lubri- 
cating composition. 2,599,803, June 10. 

Ballard, Seaver A., Orinda, R. C. Morris, Berkeley, and 
J. L. Van Winkle, San Lorenzo, assignors to Shell De- 
velopment Company. San Francisco, Calif. Lubricating 
composition. 2,603,604, July 15. 

Ballard, Seaver A., Orinda, R. C. Morris, Berkley, and 
J. L. Van Winkle, San Lorenzo, assignors to Shell Devel- 
opment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Ethers of 
allyl-type alcohols with halogen-containing substituted 
carbinols, and process. 2,608,586, Aug. 26. 

Ballard, Wm. O., assignee : See — 
Crawford, Howard E. 

Ballentine, Earle W., Laguna Beach, Calif., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Redmond Company, Inc., Owosso, 
Mich. Shaded pole motor. 2,591,117, Apr. 1. 

Ballentine, Robert : See — 

Berstein, William, and Ballentine. 

Ballew. Frank E.. Woodland. Mich. Apparatus for mark- 
ing road surfaces. 2,593,960. Apr. 22. 

Ballew, Frank E., Lansing, Mich. Highway painted line 
marker. 2,610,422, Sept. 16. 

Bailey, Ronald A., assignor to Wipac Filtration Limited, 
Bletchley. England. Filter. 2,622,737, Dec. 23. 

Ballman, Edwin C, assignor to Ballman Engineering Com- 
pany, Clayton, Mo. Split-phase electric motor. 
2,624,031. Dec. 30. 

Ballman Engineering Company, assignee : See — 
Ballman, Edwin C. 

Ballou, B. A., & Co., Incorporated, assignee: See — 
Ballou, Frederick A., Jr. 
Ballou. Frederick A., Jr., and Stafford. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Ballou, Charles O., Wilmington, Del., assignor to the 
United States of America as represented by the United 
States Atomic Energy Commission. Eadiation measur- 
ing instrument. 2,601,583, June 24. 

Ballou, Frederieli A., Jr., Providence, E. I., assignor to 
B. A. Ballou & Co., Incorporated. Button back. 
2,584,828, Feb. 5. 

Ballou, Frederick A., Jr., Providence, and E. T. Stafford, 
Bast Providence, R. I., assignors to B. A. Ballou & Co., 
Incorporated. Clasp. 2,583,988, Jan. 29. 

Ballou, Eichard P., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Federal 
Electric Products Company, Newark, N. J. Mechanical 
measuring device. 2,580,717. Jan. 1. 

Ballou, Eichard P., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Federal 
Electric Products Company, Newark. N. J. Circuit in- 
terrupter with arc-extinguishing means. 2,588,195. 
Mar. 4. 

Ballou, Richard P., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Federal 
Electric Products Company. Newark. N. J. Current 
distribution and control unit. 2,593,961. Apr. 22. 

Ballou, Richard P., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Federal 
Electric Products Company, Newark, N. J. Heater and 
shunt mechanism for overload relays. 2,598,878, 
June 3. 

Ballou, Eichard P., Hartford, Conn., assignor to Federal 
Electric Products Company, Newark, N. J. Distribu- 
tion unit for three-wire systems. 2,623,930, Dec. 30. 

Balls, Arnold K. : See — 

Schwimmer, Sigmund. and Balls. 

Balluff, Edwin J., Livonia Township, Wayne County, 
Mich., assignor to Eureka Williams Corporation, Bloom- 
ington, 111. Conversion arrangement for suction clean- 
ers. 2,606,336, Aug. 12. 

Balluff, Edwin J., assignor to Eureka Williams Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Conversion system for suction 
cleaners. 2,606.337, Aug. 12. 

Balluff. Edwin J., Livonia Township, Wayne County, Mich., 
assignor to Eureka Williams Corporation. Bloomington, 
111. Drive interrupting means for suction cleaners. 
2,616,119, Nov. 4. 

Balluff, Euth E., Staunton, Va. Combination wheel chain 
and bed. 2,607,929, Aug. 26. 

Ballweber, Edward G. : See — 

Adams, Chester E., Proell, and Ballweber. 

Bally, Auguste : See — 

Lepin, Maurice, and Bally. 

Balma, Aldo, assignor to Balma, Capoduri & C. Voghera, 
Italy. Stapling machine. 2,580,505, Jan. 1. 

Balma. Capoduri & C, assignee : See — 
Balma, Aldo. 

Balmer, John, St. Louis, Mo. Niggerhead. 2,585,991, 
Feb. 19. 

Balmer, Oliver C. : See — 

Grandinettl, Eugene, Eush, and Balmer. 

Baloph, Eoy O. : See — 

Humpal, Eugene G., and Balogh. 

Balogh, Roy O., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to McCabe-Powers Auto Body Co., St. Louis, 
Mo. Ladder. 2.582.520, Jan. 15. 

Balogh, Roy O., and B. G. Humpal, Cleveland, Ohio, as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to McCabe-Powers Auto 
Body Co., St. Louis. Mo. Extension ladder and lock 
therefor. 2,615,609, Oct. 28. 

Balon, Walter J., Carneys Point, N. J., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours and Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Water-soluble derivatives of unsulfonated llgnln. 
2,600,606, June 17. 

Balsam, Henry M. : See — 

Balsam, Maurice M. and H. M. 

Balsam, M. M., Inc., assignee : See — 
Balsam, Maurice M. and H. M. 

Balsam, Maurice M. and H. M., assignors to M. M. Balsam, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Punching machine. 2,582,094, 
Jan. 8. 

Balsells. Salvador : See — 

Soler, James, and Balsells. 

Balshi, Andrew J., Catawissa, Pa. Sterilizer for feed bags 
and other articles. 2,590,367, Mar. 25. 

Balsiger, Harold B., and C. C. W. Williams, assignors to 
Landis Tool Company, Waynesboro, Pa. Article feeding 
device. 2,609.914, Sept. 9. 

Balsley. James E., Jr. : See — 

Eumbaugh, Lynn H., Jensen, and Balsley. 

Balstad. Edward, Milwaukee, Wis. Eoller skate. 2,595,751, 
May 6. 

Balthis, Joseph H., Mendenhall. Pa., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Prep- 
aration of silica sols from finely divided silicon. 

2.614.994. Oct. 21. 

Balthis, Joseph H.. Mendenhall, Pa., assignor to B. I. du 
Pont de Nemours and Company. Wilmington, Del. 
Silica sols and preparation thereof from metallic silicon. 

2.614.995, Oct. 21. 

Balthis, Joseph H., Mendenhall, Pa., assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours and Company, Wilmington, Del. Poly- 
meric hydroxyl-containing titanium carboxylates and 
preparing same. 2,621,194, Dec. 9. 

Balthrop, Edward S., Jr., Eiehmond, Va., assignor to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Transferring yarn and apparatus therefor. 
2.585.424. Feb. 12. 

Baltimore Biological Laboratory, assignee : See — 
Taylor, Harry E. 



Baltosser, Eobert W. : See — ■ 

Hawkins, James E., and Baltosser. 

Baltzly, Eichard, New York, and E. Lorz, Yonkers, as- 
signors to Burroughs Wellcome & Co. (U. S. A.) Inc., 
Tucl<ahoe, N. Y. N,N-dialkyl-quinoline-4-carboxami- 
dines. 2,620,341, Dec. 2. 

Balz, William G., Kalamazoo, Mich. Paper roll holder. 
2,602,601, July 8. 

Balzer, Abram P., and J. A. Stoesz, Mountain Lake, Minn. 
Vehicle unloading unit. 2,609,952, Sept. 9. 

Balzer, Harvey W., Downers Grove, assisuor to Automatic 
Electric Laboratories, Inc., Chicago, 111. Toll switching 
telepiione system. 2,596,833. May 13. 

Balzer, Harvey W., Downers Grove, assignor to Auto- 
matic Electric Laboratories, Inc., Chicago, 111. Tele- 
phone call distributing system. 2,598.098, May 27. 

Balzer, Harvey W., Downers Grove, assignor to Automatic 
Electric Laboratories, Inc.. Chicago, 111. Toll switching 
telephone system. 2,621,2o8, Dec. 9. 

Balzer, Harvey W., Downers Grove, and J. E. Ostline, as- 
signors to Automatic Electric Laboratories. Inc., Chi- 
cago, 111. Telephone system. 2,614,174. Oct. 14. 

Bamber, Millard J., Cabin John, Md. Airplane pressure 
differential stall indicator. 2.590,116, May 13. 

Bamberg, James B., Cleveland, Ohio. Adjustable door. 
2,583.989, Jan. 29. 

Bamert, Alois, Eschenz, Switzerland. Eack for longi- 
tudinal bodies, such as bottles and the like. 2,622,741, 
Dec. 23. 

Bamford, Charles F., Portland. Oreg. Machine for slicing 
veneer strips from wood blocks. 2.604,913, July 29. 

Bamford, Joseph C, Jr., Paterson, and E. S. Colfax, Jr., 
Pompton Lakes, N. J. Hypodermic needle. 2,623,520, 
Dec. 30. 

Bancroft, Charles, New Canaan, Conn. Steering mecha- 
nism for three-wheel vehicles. 2,615,727, Oct. 28. 

Bancroft, George H., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Eastman Kodak Company, Bochester, N. Y. Vacuum 
coating process and apparatus tlierefor. 2,584,660. 
Feb. 5. 

Bancroft, Joseph, & Sons Co., assignee : See — 
Billingsley, George A., Jr., and Hall. 
Jones, Albert S., and Stackpole. 
Lippert, Arnold L., and Hall. 
Nuessle. Albert C, and Hall. 

Bandel, David : See — 

Feagin, Eoy C, and Bandel. 

Bandrowski, Jerzy I. : See — 

Glass, George B., Bandrowski and Eoehr. 

Bandura, James, Astoria. R. J. Balsley, Hempstead, J. 
Pfeffer, New York, N. Y., and C. D. Keely, West Engle- 
wood, assignors to General Corrugated Machine Com- 
pany Inc., Palisades Park, N. J. Box blank handling 
machine. 2.585.076, Feb. 12. 

Bandwagon Manufacturing, Inc., assignee : See — 
Brpck, Luther A., Jr. 

Bandy, Ira G., Detroit, Mich. Can opener. 2,587,090, 
Feb. 26. 

Banes, Fred W. : See — 

Arundale, Erving, Gleason, and Banes. 

Banes, Fred W., Westfield, W. P. Fitzgerald, Elizabeth, 
and J. F. Nelson, Eahway, N. J., assignors to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Production of aliphatic 
acids. 2.585,723, Feb. 12. 

Banes, Fred W., and B. Arundale, Westfield, N. J., as- 
signors to Standard Oil Development Company. Co- 
polymers of dimethyl itaconate and conjugated diolefins. 
2,619.477. Nov. 25. 

Banes, Fred W., Westfield, and J. D. Garber, Cranford, 
N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. 
Ductile acrylonitrile copolymers. 2.621.170, Dec. 9. 

Banes, Fred W., and E. Arundale, Westfield, N, J., as- 
signors to Standard Oil Development Company. Two- 
stage emulsion polymerization process. 2,623,032, Dec. 
23. 

Bangert. John T. Summit. N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated. New York. N. Y. 
Transistor pulse divider. 2.595.208. Apr. 29. 

Bangerter, Fred, St. Clair Shores, assignor to Herron- 
Zimmers Moulding Company, Detroit, Mich. Die assem- 
bly for striking tabs from moulding retainer strips or 
other similar workpieces. 2,613,743. Oct. 14. 

Banides, Lucien, Ault, France. Self-acting lubricating 
cock. 2,594,611, Apr. 29. 

Banister, Amos L. : See — 

Hamilton. Joseph E., and Banister. 

Banjamin, Fred : See — 

Eanson. David H.. and Banjamin. 

Bank, Albert M., Jersey City, N. J. Fastening means for 
the ends of spring members used in furniture and the 
like. 2,593,831. Apr. 22. 

Bank of Salem, The, administrator : See — 
Moore, Thomas M. 

Banker, Olin E., Wilkes-Barre, Pa. Cellar drain valve. 
2.596.805, May 13. 

Banker, Oscar H.. Evanston, assignor to New Products 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Hydraulic valve tappet. 
2,580,380, Jan. 1. 

Banker. Oscar H.. Evanston, assignor to New Products 
Corporation. Chicago, 111. Driving and steering mech- 
anism. 2,580,381, .Tan. 1. 

Banker. Oscar H.. Evanston. assignor to New Products 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Hydraulic tappet. 2,580,382, 
Jan. 1. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Banker, Oscar H., Evanston, assignor to New Products 

Corporation, Chicago, 111. Change speed mechanism. 

2,605,653, Aug. 5. 
Banker, Oscar H., Evanston, 111. Automatic chuck. 

2,610,065, Sept. 9. 
Bankers Trust Company, executor : See — 

Marotli, Arthur M. 
Banko, George, Kuclid, Ohio. Counterbalance for optical 

projection viewer tor machine tools. 2,591,227, Apr. 1. 
Bankoff, Seymour G. : See — 

Lyon, Richard N., Bankoff, and Smetana. 
BankolT. Seymour G., Terre Haute, Ind.. assignor to E. I. 

du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington. Del. 

Polymeric tetrafluoroethylene dispersions. 2,612,484, 

Sept. 30. 
Banks, Agnes F., Los Angeles, Calif. Liquid dispensing 

brush aud valve structure therefor. 2,612,649, Oct. 7. 
Banks, Daniel B., Drexel Hill, assignor to Sun Oil Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Vacuum pump suction control. 

2,613,026, Oct. 7. 
Banks, Ernest B., and K. P. Tota, Elmira, N. Y. ; said 

Tota assignor to said Banks. Tumbling machine. 

2.606.407, Aug. 12. 

Banks, Ernest B., and K. P. Tota, Elmira, N. Y. ; said 
Tota assignor to said Banks. Tumbling machine. 

2.606.408, Aug. 12. 

Banks, James P., Alexandria, Va. Rotatable bottleneck 
cleaning device. 2,605,489, Aug. 5. 

Banks, Reginald M., New York, and R. W. Lahey, New 
Hochelle, assignors to American Cyanamid Company, 
New York, N. Y. Adhesive materials and assembling 
sheet materials. 2,599,359, June 3. 

Banks, Robert L. : See — 

Hogan. John P., and Banks. 

Banks. William H.^ and P. B. Upton, assignors to The 
Printing and Allied Trades Research Association, Lon- 
don, England. Producing electroforms. 2,580,718, 
Jan. 1. 

Banner, John F., Oakland, Calif. Apparatus for applying 
surface coatings. 2,620,768, Dec. 9. 

Banner. Uobcrt G. : Sec — 

I'errin, Tom S.. and Banner. 

Bannerot, Richard A., Long Beach, assignor to Shell 
Development Company, San Francisco, Calif. Catalytic 
dehydrogenation of hydrocarbon oils. 2,004,438, July 
22. 

Banning, Thomas A.. Jr., Chicago, 111. Synchronizing 
means for multimotored airplanes. 2,612.956, Oct. 7. 

Bannister. Bryant, Pittsburgh, Pa. Fishing reel. 
2.580.990. Jan. 1. 

Bannister, Cl.\de E., Houston, Tex. Method and appa- 
ratus for setting a casing structure in a well hole or 
the like. 2.583,316, Jan. 22. 

Bannister, Clyde E., Houston, Tex. Sample-taking and 
casing-perforating apparatus. 2,599.040. June 3. 

Bannister. Clyde E., Houston. Tex. Apparatus for enlarg- 
ing and straightening wellholes. 2.599,041. June 3. 

Bannister. Clyde E., Houston, Tex. Excavating appara- 
tus. 2,599.042, June 3. 

Bannister, Clyde E., Houston, Tex. Load-sustaining and 
fluid-conducting hose. 2,600 607, June 17. 

Bannon. John H., Cranford. N. J assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Slurry polymerization 
process. 2,590,975, May 20. 

Bannon, Thomas C, assignee : See — 
Spencer. Lloyd. 

BanOs. Alfredo, Jr., Cambridge, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of War. Cavity resonator. 
2,600.180. June 10. 

Banthin, John F., Bridgeport, Conn. Feeder and impres- 
sion cylinder control for printing presses. 2,592,998, 
Apr. 15. 

Banz, Friedrich, Erlenbach, near Zurich, Switzerland. 

Appliance for delivering plastic substances under high 

pressure. 2.616,130. Nov. 4. 
Baptista, Anierieo. Oakland, Calif., assignor to L. A. 

Young Spring & Wire Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Spring 

structure. 2,610,335, Sept. 16. 
Barabash, Elisabeth : See — 

White, Blanche B.. and Barabash. 
Baracate, Stephen, Troy, N. Y. Infant's feeding device. 

2,594.114. Apr. 22. 
Barager. Ethel D.. Buffalo, N. Y. Disposable bib. 

2.617.104, Nov. 11. 
Baranecky, Walter : See — 

Cleland. Fred B., Baranecky. Kolk, and Wetzel 
Barany, Edmund, assignor to Ampro Corporation, Chi- 
cago, III. Clutch device. 2,585.725. Feb. 12. 
Barany, Edmund, Chicago, and M. Sackter, Arlington 

Heights, assignor to Ampro Corporation, Chicago, 111. 

Magnetic record body driving mechanism. 2,585,724, 

Feb. 12. 
Barany. Edmund, Chicago, and 51. Sackter. Arlington 

Heights, assignors to Ampro Corporation, Chicago 111. 

Erasing magnet assembly for magnetic recording' and 

reproducing instruments. 2,017.890. Nov. 11. 
Barbara, Jack L., Port Jervis, N. Y. Pipe and cigar holder 

attachment. 2.582,618, Jan. 15. 
Barbara, Louis J., Woodside, M. M. Klein, Jackson 

Heights, N. Y., and B. Howard, North Arlington, N. J. 

Transmission apparatus. 2,603.425, July 15. 
^^'^J^^'l*.?' Angelo J., Fort McPherson, Ga. Polishing device 

2,618,799, Nov. 25. 



Bar-B-Buns, Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Punke, Lawrence J. 
Hall, Mitchell A. 
Barber, Arnold E. : See — 

Stewart, Richard A., and Barber. 
Barber, Chester C, North East, Pa. Fisihhook disgorging 

device. 2,603,027, July 1.5. 
Barber-Colman Company, assignee : See — 
Drake, Russell P. 
Greenlee, Theodore K. 
Hall. Donald L. 
Herbster, George. 
Kennedy, Walter W. 
Lucas, James J. 
Marcellus, Brooksi. 
Ransome. Stafford M. 
Remich, Norman C. 
Schach, Albert W. 
Sweger, Russell P. 
Barber, Edford E., New Haven, Conn. Post straightening 

jack. 2,596,976, May 20. 
Barber, Everett M. : See — 

Eastman, Du Bois, Barber, and Reynolds. 
Barber, Everett M., Wappingers Falls, assignor to The 
Texas Company, New York, N. Y. Internal-combustion 
engine. 2,595,914, M-jy 6. 
Barber, Everett M., Wappingers Falls, assignor to The 
Texas Company, New York, N. Y. Internal-combustion 
engine. 2,595,915. May 6. 
Barber, Everett M., Wappingers Falls, assignor to The 
Texas Company. New York, N. Y. Internal-combustion 
engine production of synthesis gas. 2,605,175, July 29. 
Barber-Greene Company, assignee : See — 

Barber, Harry A. 
Barber. Harold D. : See — • • 

Hall, Earl D.. and Barber. 
Barber, Harry A., assignor to Barber-Greene Company, 
Aurora. 111. Apparatus for finishing roads. 2,597,221, 
May 20. 
Barber, Hiram L., Newton, and G. L. Sellars. Milford, 
Ohio. Apparatus for making applicator swabs. 
2,618,027, Nov. 18. 
Barber Oil Corporation, assignee : See — 

Howell. Henry C. 
Barber, Robert R., Idlewild, P. R. Powell, Baltimore, and 
B. A. Raetsch, Parkville, Md., assignors to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated. New York. N. Y. Ap- 
paratus for handling strip material. 2.622,820, Dec. 23. 
Barber, Ronald J., Erdington, Birmingham, England, 
assignor to Dunlop Tire and Rubber Corporation, 
Buffalo, N. Y. Apparatus for the manufacture of pneu- 
matic tires. 2.604.420, July 22. 
Barber, William E., Woking, and J. O. Cole, Barnehurst, 
n.^signors to A. Wells & Company Limited, London, 
England. Antivibration mounting device. 2,600,090, 
June 10. 
Barber, William E.. Houston, and G. H. Allen, La Porte, 
Tex. Supporting and turning slip for pipe. 2,609,583, 
Sept. 9. 
Barbery, Lucille M.. assignor to Foley Manufacturing Com- 
pany. Minneapolis. Minn. Sifter. 2,592.850. Apr. 15. 
Barbieri. Cesare, New York, N. Y., assignor to Dixie Cup 
Company, Chicago, 111. Making paper containers. 
2.602.383, July 8. 
Barbieri, Luigi, Parma, Italy. Press for macaroni. 

2,588.196. Mar. 4. 
Barbieri, Nicholas : See — 

Masi, Anthony. Jr.. and Barbieri. 
Barbieri, Nicholas. Providen.ce, R. I., assignor to Uncas 
Manufacturing Company. Jewelry article. 2,584,087, 
Jan. 29. 
Bnrbin. Rene E.. Beverly, Mass. Picnic table with adjust- 
able top. 2.603.543, July 15. 
Barbin, Ifene E., Beverly, Mass. Knockdown stand for 

camping and picnics. 2,621,007, Dec. 9. 
Barbour, Fenner S. : See — 

Worthen, Eugene P., and Barbour. 
Barch, William E. : See — 

Latham, Ilaverman P., Barch, Steele, and Zucker- 
man. 
Barch, William E., assignor to Standard Brands Incorpo- 
rated. New York, N. Y. Flavoring materials and pre- 
paring the same. 2,594.379, Apr. 29. 
Barclay, Charles W., Liverpool, England. Clip, fastener, 

and the like. 2.019,309. Nov. 25. 
Barclay, Frank D.. Jr., United States Navy. Jet reac- 
tion motor. 2.605,608, Aug. 5. 
Barclay, Gaylord A., South Orange. N. J. Adjustable 

foundation garment. 2,593,832, Apr. 22. 
Barcus. Edward L., Anderson. Ind., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Direction signal 
switch. 2,596,834, May 13. 

Barcus, Edward L., Anderson, Ind., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation. Detroit, Mich. Direction signaling 
device. 2,611.047, Sept. 16. 

Barcus. Leonard F., Yonkers, N. Y., assignor to Farrand 
Optical Co., Inc. Reflex camera optical system, includ- 
ing telephoto lens and telescope finder. 2,604,832, 
July 29. 

Barcy Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 

Barsano, John. 
Bard, Calvin, assignor to Kwizz Kard Company, Tulsa, 
Okla. Card sorter. 2,587,682, Mar. 4. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Steering device 



Bard, Francis N., assignee : See — 
Kulin, Henry S. 

Bardeen. John. Summit, and W. H. Brattain, Morristown, 
N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, In- 
corporated, New York, N. Y. Oscillation generator. 
2,586,597, Feb. 19. 

Bardeen, John, Summit, and W. H. Brattain, Morristown, 
N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, In- 
corporated, New York, N. Y. Semiconductor amplifier 
and electrode structures therefor. 2,589,658 Mar. 18. 

Bardeen, John. Summit, and W. H. Brattain. Morristown, 
N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Semiconductor amplifier and 
electrode structures therefor. 2,617,865, Nov. 11 

Bardet, Gerard, Paris, France. Device for filling recep- 
tacles with cylindrical articles. 2,592,642, Apr. 15. 

Bardet, GSrard, Paris, France. Machine for the manu- 
facture and delivery of parallelepipedal paperboard 
boxes. 2,600,954, June 17. 

Bardet, Gerard, assignor to Soei^tS Anonyme dite : Ma- 
chines Automatiques Bardet, Paris, France. Machine 
for valving bag blanks. 2,609,734, Sept. 9. 

Bardill, John D., Hanover, N. H., assignor to the United 
States of America as represented by the Secretary of 
the Interior. Drilling overburden, unconsolidated rock 
formation or placer ground with low-temperature freez- 
ing fluids. 2,621,022, Dec. 9. 

Bardwell, Martin W., Fayetteville, N. Y. Portable power 
wrench. Ke. 23,589, Dec. 2. 

Barecki, Chester J., assignor to American Seating Com- 
pany, Grand Rapids, Mich. Chair. 2,609,034, Sept. 2. 

Barefield, John D. : See — 

Crott, Dennis M., Jr., and Barefield. 

Barfinyi, B^la, Stuttgart-Rohr, Germany, 
for motor vehicles. 2,622,690, Dec. 23. 

Baretta, Emilio : See — 

Legat, Robert C, and Baretta. 

Barfod, Frederik : See — • 

Wirth, Emil O., and Barfod. 

Barford, Norman C, Southend, assignor to Electric & 
Musical Industries Limited, Hayes, Middlesex. England. 
Electron discharge amplifier device employing hollow 
resonator. 2,591,910, Apr. 8. 

Barfus, Irving, Brooklyn, N. Y. Spring canopy for pipes. 
2,594,843, Apr. 29. 

Barganz, Walter A. : See — 

Buchholz, Arnold R.. and Barganz. 

Bargehr, Herman J., Chicago, lU. Vehicle parking sys- 
tem. 2.598,750, June 3. 

Bargen, William J.. Waukegan, 111. Desk. 2,612,421. 
Sept. 30. 

Barger, George K. : See — 

Jenkins, John G., Barger. 
Jones, Lyman L. 

Bargman, Theodore, Royal Oak, Mich. Sink construc- 
tion. 2.588,464. Mar. 11. 

Barham, Theophilus A., Sr., Norfolk, Va. 
supporting leg. 2,591,999, Apr. 8. 

Barieau, Robert E., Berkeley, assignor to 
Research Corporation, San Francisco, Calif 
of sulfur compounds from petroleum. 
Feb. 5. 

Baring-Gould. Sabine L. : See — 

MacCallum, Alan M.. and Baring-Gould. 

Baring-Gould, Sabine L., New York, N. Y., and W. H. 
Sleeper, Jr., Hackensack, assignors to Bendix Aviation 
Corporation, Teterboro, N. J. Radio-operated controller 
for all electric automatic pilots. 2,620,148, Dec. 2. 

Baritz, Lenard, New York, N. Y. Fabric covered button 
construction. 2.586,904. t'eb. 26. 

Barkalow, Clare E. : See — 

Kellogg, Spencer R., II, Hays, and Barkalow. 

Barkalow, Clare E., Huntington, N. Y., assignor to The 
Sperry Corporation. Starting 
scopic instruments. 2,588,607, 

Barkalow, Clare E., Floral Park, 
Sperry Corporation. Gyro 
2,603,095, July 15. 

Barkalow, Clare E., Huntington, N. Y., assignor to The 
Sperry Corporation. Starting arrangements for gyro- 
scopic reference instruments. 2,605,641, Aug. 5. 

Barkalow, Clare E., Huntington, N. Y., assignor to The 
Sperry Corporation. Indicating instrument. 2,608,001, 
Aug. 26. 

Barkas, Walter H., Menlo Park, and W. E. Buck, Inyokern, 
Calif. Interferometer gauge. 2,591,666, Apr. 8. 

BarkdoU, Archie E., Wilmington, and G. M. Whitman, 
Claymont, assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Catalytic reduction of di- 
carbocyclic diamines. 2,606,927, Aug. 12. 

BarkdoU, Archie E., C. D. Bell and E. R. Graef, assignors 
to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Preparation of amino alicyclic 
2,606,928, Aug. 12. 

BarkdoU. Joseph P. : See — 

Avery. Henr.v A., and BarkdoU, 

BarkdoU, Joseph P.. Groton, assignor to L. 
Corona Typewriters, Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. 
margin regulating means for typing 
2.599,537. June 10. 

Barker, Albert W., Billings, Mont. Animal weaner. 
2,602,421, July 8. 

Barker, Alvin, Cincinnati, Ohio. Greeting card or folder. 
2.609,639, Sept. 9. 



Adjustable 

California 
Recovery 

2,584,248, 



arrangement for gyro- 
Mar. 11. 

N. Y., assignor to The 
erecting mechanism. 



compounds. 



C. Smith & 

Adjustable 

machines. 



Barker, Clifford L., assignor to Walker, Crosweller & 
Company, Limited, Clyde Crescent, Cheltenham, Eng- 
land. Fluid mixing device. 2,585,726, Feb. 12. 

Barker, Clifford L., assignor to Walker Crosweller & Com- 
pany Limited. Cheltenham, England. Thermostatic 
fluid mixing device. 2,606,717, Aug. 12. 

Barker Equipment Company, Inc.. assignee : See — 
Barker, Ralph B. 

Barker, Eros V., assignor to The Perfection Steel Body 
Company, Gallon, Ohio. Fertilizer lieater and spreader. 
2,597,052. May 20. 

Barker. F.rank, and W. E. Dean, Conway, Wash. Spray 
nozzle. 2.584,661, Feb. 5. 

Barker. George E., Newport, Del., assignor to Elgin 
National Watch Company, Elgin, 111. Nonspreading 
lubricant. 2,583,200, Jan. 22. 

Barker, George P., Ipoh, Malaya. Bucket pin for dredg- 
ing apparatus. 2,622,449, Dec. 23. 

Barker, John H., Watertown, Conn. Ellipsograph. 
2.623,286, Dec. 30. 

Barker, John L., Norwalk, assignor to Eastern Industries, 
Incorporated, East Norwalk, Conn. Automatic range- 
shifting voltmeter. 2,606,943, Aug. 12. 

Barker. John L., and B. J. Midlock, Norwalk, assignors to 
Eastern Industries, Incorporated, East Norwalk, Conn. 
Electronic circuit. 2,594,276, Apr. 29. 

Barker, John L., Norwalk, and E. H. Eames, assignors to 
Eastern Industries, Incorporated, East Norwalk, Conn. 
Treadle controlled counting system. 2,603.419, July 15. 

Barker. John W.. Mount Vernon, N. Y.. assignor to Houdry 
Process Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Sealing hydro- 
carbon conversion housings. 2.593,404. Apr. 22. 

Barker, John W., Mount Vernon, N. Y^ assignor to Houdry 
Process Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Converting hy- 
drocarbon material. 2,621,148. Dec. 9. 

Barker, Moore & Main Company, assignee : See — 
Santivasi. Vincent A. 

Barker, Orrin W. : See — 

Armitage, Joseph B., and Barker. 

Barker. Paul L.. Detroit. Mich. Child's stroller. 
2,593,962, Apr. 22. 

Barker Poultry Equipment Company, assignee : See — 
Crane. Edward. 
Crane, Edward J. 
Barker. Seth S. 
Sharp. Allen. 
Sharp, Allen W. 
Swanson. Oscar W. 

Barker, Ralph B., assignor to 
pany. Inc.. Keosauqua, Iowa, 
rier. 2,589,526, Mar. 18. 

Barker, Ray C., Denver, Colo. 

stamp for maps. 2,582,943, Jan. 22. 

Barker Saw Company, assignee : See — 
Smith, Albert P. 

Barker, Seth S., assignor to Barker Poultry Equipment 
Company, Ottumwa, Iowa. Finger for chicken pickers. 
2,603.830, .Tuly 22. 

Barker, Sydney W., Colne, assignor to Lustrafil Limited, 
Nelson. England. Thread guiding apparatus. 2,596,520, 
May 13. 

Barker, Sydney W., Colne, England, assignor to Lustrafil 
Limited. Apparatus for advancing strands. 2,599,603, 
June 10. 

Barker, Virgil D.. Westfield, N. J. Fluid displacement de- 
vice. 2,617.360. Nov. 11. 

Barker, Virgil D., Westfield, N. J., and C. D. Hudson, 
Chevy Chase. Md. Testing machine for ball bearings. 
2.608,090, Aug. 26. 

Barker. William M., Scottsville, assignor to General Rail- 
way Signal Company, Rochester, N. Y. Alternate route 
system for centralized traffic control. 2,619,529, Nov. 
25. 

Barkis. Charles E.. San Francisco. Calif., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to General Electric Company. 
Trolley for electric power distribution system. 
2,586,414, Feb. 19. 

Barkle, John E., Jr. : See — 

Shankle, Derrlll F., Barkle. 

Barkley, Dwight W., Cheswick, Pa., assignor to Libbey- 
Owens-Ford Glass Company, Toledo, Ohio. Adjust- 
able mounting for automobile rearview mirrors. 
2.588.792. Mar. 11. 

Barkow, Eugene V. : See — 

Ashton, Benjamin N., and Barkow. 

Barksdale, James, Blytheville, Ark. Cutterhead for 
wood-turning lathes. 2.588,465, Mar. 11. 

Barksdale. Lilburn S., Burbank, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Saval Division of The William R. Whittaker 
Company, Ltd., Los Angeles, Calif. Fluid valve. 
2,606,569. Aug. 12. 

Barkstrom, Elmer E., Chicago, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company. Incorporated. New York, N. Y. 
Grooving machine. 2,614,463, Oct. 21. 

Barkus, Homer A., San Diego. Calif. Adjustable lathe 
tailstock and combination tool. 2,607,105, Aug. 19. 

Barlick, Sam, New York, N. Y. Mailbox and protective 
partition therefor. 2,623.689, Dec. 30. 

Barling, Leslie C, Rosebank, Johannesburg Transvaal, 
Union of South Africa. Automatic valve. 2,599,426, 
June 3. 

Barling, Leslie C, and G. R. Beith, Johannesburg, Trans- 
vaal, Union of South Africa. Float-operated mecha- 
nism. 2,615.174, Oct. 28. 



Barker Equipment Com- 
Sectionalized bottle car- 
Azimuth ring printing 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



47 



Barlow, Benjamin W., Sudbury, Wembley, assignor to D. 
Napier & Son Limited, London, England. Internal- 
combustion engine. 2,601,584, June 24. 

Barlow, Benjamin W., Sudbury, Wembley, and G. H. 
Murray, Pinner, assignors to D. Napier & Son Limited, 
London, England. Power transmission gearing. 
2..587,431, Feb. 26. 

Barlow, Benjamin W., Sudbury, and E. A. Simonis, Har- 
row, assignors to D. Napier & Son Limited, London, 
England. Bearing mounting. 2,602,009, July 1. 

Barlow, Edward J. : See — 

Hansen, William W., and Barlow. 

Barlow, Israel O., Long Beach, and C. F. Mason, Fullerton, 
Calif. Surgical abdominal retractor. 2,623,517, Dec. 

;io. 

Barnaby, James C, Short Hills, assignor to Worthington 
Pump and Machinery Corporation, Harrison, N. J. Hy- 
draulic valve operating mechanism operable to vary 
valve lift and valve timing. 2,602,434, July 8. 

Barnard, Clayton H., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Bailey 
Beter Company. Fluid heater temperature control sys- 
tem. 2,586,503, Feb. 19. 

Barnard, John D., and A. Leverson, Le Sueur, Minn., as- 
signors to Green Giant Company. Corn harvester. 
2,614,378, Oct. 21. 

Barnard, Xorval J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
C. C. Weiss, Oklahoma City, Okla. Die for pipe tongs 
and making same. 2,009,720, Sept. 9. 

Barnard, William F., Oak Park, 111. Hanger arrange- 
ment for supplemental windows. 2,580,877, Jan. 1. 

Barnebey, Herbert L., Richland Township, Allegheny 
County, and J. R. Shields. Pittsburgh, assignors to 
Blaw-Knox Company, Blawnox, Pa. Autoclave reactor. 
2,582,899, Jan. 15. 

Barnebl, August C, Chicago, 111., and W. J. Riker, Engle- 
wood, N. J., assignors to Oliver United Filters Incor- 
porated, Oakland, Calif. Ion exchange reactor. 
2,595,627, May 6. 

Barnes. Arthur H., Downers Grove, 111., assignor to 
the United States of America as represented by the 
United States Atomic Energy Commission. Electrical 
generator. 2.588,466, Mar. 11. 

Barnes, Bealie C. : See — 

Holman, Harry R., and Barnes. 

Barnes, Brown E., assignor to Hyster Company, Portland, 
Oreg. Lift truck. 2,595,120, Apr. 29. 

Barnes, Byron H., San Marino, and B. S. Minor, Whittier, 
Calif. Piston. 2.587.091. Feb. 26. 

Barnes, Byron H., San Marino, and B. S. Minor, Whittier, 
Calif. Slush pump piston. 2,615,769, Oct. 28. 

Barnes, Carl E. : ^'ec — 

Jones, Giffin D., and Barnes. 

Barnes, Charles H., Glendale, assignor to Lane-Wells Com- 
pany, Los Angeles, Calif. Well packer. 2,603,294, 
July 15. 

Barnes, Charles H., Glendale, and F. Grosse, Los Angeles, 
Calif., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Rubberset 
Company, Newark, N. J. Apparatus for making paint 
roller covers and the like. 2 600 955, June 17. - 

Barnes, Charles M., assignor to Bendix Aviation Corpora- 
tion, South Bend, Ind. Valve. 2,593,522. Apr. 22. 

Barnes Drill Co.. assignee : See — 
Casson, Kenneth H., and Tyson. 
Manning, Sheldon F. 

Barnes, Elias B., Elkhart, Ind. Oil-burning air heater 
with means for draining spilled oil. 2,591.039, Apr. 1. 

Barnes, Ethel T., Evanston, 111. Hair curling device. 
2,611,377, Sept. 23. 

Barnes, Frederick J. T., Kingston-on-Thames, England. 
System and apparatus for sterilizing containers and fill- 
ing them with a sterilized beverage. 2,609,984, Sept. 9. 

Barnes. Frpdrik R. : See — 

Schmitt, Otto H., Fromm, Fails, Barnes, and Avery. 

Barnes, George W.. Jr.. Clifton Heights. Pa., assignor to 
Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Company. Minneap- 
olis, Minn. Supply roll tension in a measuring instru- 
ment. 2.612.323, Sept. 30. 

Barnes, James F., Chicago, 111. Hand mirror and sup- 
porting handle. 2.584.829. Feb. 5. 

Barnes, James F., Chicago, 111. Clothes hanger. 2,595,442, 
May 6. 

Barnes, James F., assignor to Barnes & Reinecke, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Measuring and dispensing device. 
2.603,386, July 35. 

Barnes, James F., Chicago, 111. Integration of multiply 
web pads. 2.616.482. Nov. 4. 

Barnes. James G., Rockville Centre. N. T., assignors to 
Bemis Bro. Bag Company, St. Louis, Mo. Detachable- 
label bag. 2,614,349. Oct. 21. 

Barnes. James H., Dunn, N. C. Trim member for auto- 
mobile wheel assemblies. 2,621,979, Dec. 16. 

Barnes, Jeffery W.. Farnborough, England. Gyroscope. 
2.592,643. Apr. 15. 

Barnes, JeEEery W., Farnborough, England. Gyroscope. 
2.610,509, Sept. 16. 

Barnes. Llewellyn T., Freeport, N. Y. Trimmer capacitor. 
2.607,826. Aug. 19. 

Barnes, Jlalcolm H., and E. L. McCandless, Kenmore, 
N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Union Car- 
bide and Carbon Corporation. Flame glossing rod- 
shaped single crystals of corundum. 2,60S7031 Aug. 26 

Barnes, M.irion D., New York. N. Y.. assignor to Sparex 
Chemical Company. Pickling metals. 2,585,616, 
Feb. 12. 



Barnes, Marion D., B. L. Embrey, and R. E. Koons, as- 
signors to Lion Oil Company, El Dorado, Ark. Reduc- 
ing the corrosion of ferrous metals by ammoniacal solu- 
tion and corrosion inhibitor therefor. 2,613.131, Oct. 7. 

Barnes, Marion W., Wilmette, assignor to Universal Oil 
Products Company, Chicago., 111. Heating apparatus. 
2,598,879, June 3. 

Barnes, Merian U., Miami, Fla. Washable handbag for 
women. 2.621,696, Dec. 16. 

Barnes, Norman F., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Color matching apparatus. 
2,602,368, July 8. 

Barnes & Reinecke, Inc., assignee : See — 
Barnes, James F. 

Barnes, Robert B. : See — 

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

Barnes. Robert B., Stamford, Conn., assignor to American 
Optical Company, Southbridge, Mass. Cathode-ray 
tube. 2,599,739, June 10. 

Barnes-Shasta Pump Co., assignee : See — 
Piecardo, Jack E. 

Barnes. Thomas D.. Glen Ridge. N. J., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Per- 
manent-magnet damping assembly for integrating 
meters. 2.605,301, July 29. 

Barnes, Tracy \V., Webster Groves, assignor to John 
Ramming INIachine Company, St. Louis, Mo. Power- 
operated universal chuck. 2,597,280, May 20. 

Barnes, Walter C, Lake Bluff, and J. C. Dionne, Chicago, 
111. Flaw detector carriage. 2,602,109 July 1. 

Barnes, William E. : See — 

Chaney, Preston E., and Barnes. 

Barnes, William E., Beaumont, Tex., assignor to Sun Oil 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Automatic shutoff valve. 
2.590,918, Apr. 1. 

Barnes, William J., Swarthmore, Pa., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours and Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Apparatus for charging metal ingots into molten metal. 
2,605.006, July 29. 

Barnet Instruments Limited, assignee : See — 
Eslick, Victor G. 

Barnett, Charles and W. Hatfield England Potato feed- 
ing machine. 2,589,765, Mar. 3 8. 

Barnett, Daniel R., Long Beach, Calif. Diesel carburetor 
attachment. 2,607,570, Aug. 19. 

Barnett. George : Sec — 

Pritchett. Eric G. K., and Barnett. 

Barnett, Gilbert J. : See — 

Kirkman, William and Barnett. 

Barnett, John W.. Detroit, Mich. Punch and die set. 
2.584,415. Feb. 5. 

Barnett, Max, Brooklyn, N. Y. Rockable inner jaw 
wrench. 2,600,956, June 17. 

Barnett, Vertus C, assignee : See — 
McCall. Arthur B. 

Barnett, William : See — 

Barnett. Charles and W. 

Barney, Ernest L., Lincoln, Nebr. Gun carrier. 2,588,467. 
Mar. 11. 

Barney, Freeman, Spring Lake, assignor to The Challenge 
Machinery Company. Grand Haven, Mich. Movable 
form lock. 2.588.468. Mar. 11. 

Barney. Freeman, Spring Lake, assignor to The Challenge 
Machinery Company, Grand Haven, Mich. Proof press. 
2.592,379. Apr. 8. 

Barney, Harold L., Madison, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Con- 
trol of impedance of semiconductor amplifier circuits. 
Re. 23,563, Oct. 14. 

Barney, Harold L.. Madison, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Control of impedance of semiconductor amplifier cir- 
cuits. 2,585.077, Feb. 12. 

Barney, Harold L., Madison, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York. N. Y. 
Negative resistance device utilizing semiconductor am- 
plifier. 2.585.078, Feb. 12. 

Barney. Mortimer D. and R. I., and E. A. Jordan. Prine- 
ville, Oreg. Lumber unstacking and distributing ap- 
paratus. 2,614,706, Oct. 21. 

Barney, Robert I. : See — 

Barney. Mortimer D. and R. I., and Jordan. 

Barnhard, Harold J., assignor to Packease-Servease Corp., 
New York. N. Y. Food container. 2,618,563, Nov. 18. 

Earnhardt Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 
Goldman, Joseph. 

Barnhardtson. George E., North Providence, R. I. Drop 
hammer safety device. 2,584,534, Feb. 5. 

Barnhart, E. R., assignee : See — 
Clines, Edwin M. 

Barnhart, George, Newark, assignor to E. I. du Pont de 
Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Recovery of 
phthalocvanine coloring matters. 2.602,800, July 8. 

Barnhart, George, Newark. Del., and R. W. Grimble. Wood- 
bury. N. J., assignors to E;. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Chlorinating phthalo- 
cyanine coloring matters. 2,586,598, Feb. 19. 

Barnhart, Herbert S., Scarsdale, N. Y., assignor to The 
Singer Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Com- 
bination propelling and pickup handle for vacuum clean- 
ers. 2,600.608, June 17. 

Barnhart, Roy O.. Wenatchee, Wash. Guide for portable 
cutoS saws. 2,620,835, Dec. 9. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Bai-nhart, William S., assignor to The Firestone Tire & 
Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. l,4-dibromo-2,3-di- 
chloro-2-butene. 2,605,294, July 29. 

Barnitz, Edward S. : See — 

Hickman, Kenneth C. D.. and Barnitz. 

Barnum. Emmett E., Berkeley, assignor to Shell Develop- 
ment Company, San Francisco. Calif. Corrosion pre- 
ventive composition. 2,587,955, Mar. 4. 

Baron, Barnett, Bronx, N. Y. Spray atomizer. 2,617,686, 
Nov. 11. 

Baron, Fred, assignor to Stetson China Company, Chicago, 
111. Machine for decorating china or the like. 
2.597,968, May 27. 

Baron Manufacturing Co., assignee : See — 
Lepper, Charles E. 

Barosso, Joseph A., Chicago, 111. Combined dropper and 
bottle cap. 2,619,262, Nov. 25. 

Barr. Arthur C. : See — 

Oday, Arthur B., and Barr. 

Barr. Courtland H.. Los Angeles. Calif. Intravenous 
solution dispensing apparatus. 2,612,160, Sept. 30. 

Barr, Frank T. : See — 

Martin, Homer Z., and Barr. 

Barr, Frank T., Summit, N. J., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Production of sulfur free water 
gas. 2,614,038, Oct. 14. 

Barr. Frank T., Summit, N. J., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Gasifying solid fuels. 
2,622.973, Dec. 23. 

Barr, Frank T., Summit, B. E. Roetheli, Cranford. and 
W. G. Scharmann, Westfield, N. J., assignors to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Gasifying carbonaceous 
fuels. 2,588,075. Mar. 4. 

Barr, Frank T., Summit, and H. Z. Martin, Roselle, N. J., 
assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. Man- 
ufacture of gas mixtures containing carbon monoxide 
and hydrogen. 2,592,377, Apr. 8. 

Barr. Glen G., assignor to Backstay Welt Company, Union 
City. Ind. Fender welt. 2,616,724. Nov. 4. 

Barr, James A., Jr., Evanston, assignor to Armour and 
Company, Chicago, 111. Iron oxide flotation process. 
2,607,486, Aug. 19. 

Barr, John L., Baltimore, Md. Cooler and carbonator. 
2,601,493, June 24. 

Barr, John L., Baltimore, Md. Liquid cooler. 2,610,485, 
Sept. 16. 

Barr, William, Hamilton, and J. Erskine, Burnside, as- 
signors to Colvilles Limited, Glasgow, Scotland. Bond- 
ing together of metals. 2,619,715, Dec. 2. 

Barranco. Mabel, New York, N. Y. Cooking utensil cover. 
2,606,686, Aug. 12. 

Barrango. Carmen. San Francisco, Calif. Pivot joint. 
2.617.671. Nov. 11. 

Barras. Herbert, Baldwin, La. Drain digger and cleaner, 
2,615,263, Oct. 28. 

Barret, William M., assignor to Engineering Research 
Corporation. Shreveport, La. Electrical prospecting. 
2,581.349. Jan. 8. 

Barret, William M., assignor to Engineering Research Cor- 
poration, Shreveport, La. Transmitting and receiving 
apparatus for electromagnetic prospecting. 2,585,907, 
Feb. 19. 

Barreteau, F61ix L. H. : See — 

Schlumberger, Marcel, Picard, and Barreteau. 

Barrett, Arthur J., assignor of twenty-five per cent to 
C. T. Murphy and twenty-five per cent to P. L. Wolpert, 
Onawa, Iowa. Watchmaker's screwdriver sharpener. 
2,592,000, Apr. 8. 

Barrett, Arthur L., Franklin, assignor to Joy Manufactur- 
ing Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Pivoted link chain. 
2,023,398, Dec. 30. 

Barrett, Arthur L., Franklin, assignor to Joy Manufactur- 
ing Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Pivoted link chain. 
2,623.309. Dec. 30. 

Barrett, Arthur L.. and L. G. Rollins, Franklin, assignors 
to Joy Manufacturing Company, Pittsburgh, Pa. Chain 
drive. 2,602,343, July 8. 

Barrett, Arthur M., a.'jsignor to Barrett-Cravens Companv, 
Chicago. 111. Hand truck. 2,616,577. Nov. 4. 

Barrett, Charles D.. Altoona, Pa. Bolster spring and 
snubber means for railway car trucks. 2,613,075, Oct. 7. 

Barrett-Cravens Company, assignee : See — ■ 
Barrett, Arthur M. 

Barrett, Edwin W. : See — 

Titus. Charles L., and Barrett. 

Barrett, Dean E., and C. D. Lowery, assignors to The 
Huber Manufacturing Company Marion Ohio. Mulch- 
ing and grading apparatus. 2,611,196. Sept. 23. 

Barrett, Harold W., Boulder, Colo., assignor to The 
Chemical Foundation, Incorporated. Halo-thiouracils, 
2,585,615, Feb. 12. 

Barrett, Harry B., St. Louis, Mo. Brake shoe bonding 
machine. 2,609,310, Sept. 2. 

Barrett, Harry B.. St. Louis, Mo. Brake shoe relining 
device. 2,016,479, Nov. 4. 

Barrett, Harry B., St. Louis. Mo. Brake shoe relining 
device. 2,616,480, Nov. 4. 

Barrett, James S., assignee : See — 
Hoyt. Karl R. 

Barrett, John F., Indianapolis, Ind. Golf tee. 2,589,763, 
Mar. 18. 

Barrett, Lawrence D., Glen Jlills, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation. East Pittsburgh, Pa. Tur- 
bine rotor construction. 2,621,018, Dec. 9. 



Barrett, Leon Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Quick- 
Change Carriers, Inc. Guide tube. 2,580,991, Jan. 1. 

Barrett, Peter A. : See — 

Green, Nathaniel P.. Barrett, and Bass. 

Barrett, Ralph A., Cleveland, Ohio. Condensate unloader 
valve. 2,602,462, July 8. 

Barrett, Robert W. : See — 

Otto, Ferdinand P., and Barrett. 

Barrett, Walter P., assignee : See — 
Hunt, John W. 

Barrett, William F.. assignee : See — 
Burke, George J. 

Barrett, William H., International Falls, Minn., and B. K. 
Asdell, Metuchen, N. J., assignors to Minnesota and 
Ontario Paper Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Coating 
paper. 2,582,407, Jan. 15. 

Barrett, William R., Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phil- 
lips Petroleum Company. Clearance pocket type com- 
pressor piston. 2,596,004, May 6. 

Barricini, Inc., assignee : See — 
Doranitz, Herman. 

Barrie Sportwear, Inc., assignee : See — 
Egbert, Manuel. 

Barrington, Edward W. J., Ealing, London, and E. E. 
Robinson, North Wembley, assignors to Rotax Limited, 
London, England. Lubricating device. 2,620,048, 
Dec. 2. 

Barrington, John W., Rockville Centre, N. Y., assignor to 
American Optical Companv, Southbridge, Mass. Oph- 
thalmic mounting. 2,608,904, Sept. 2. 

Barrons, John, Kilsyth, Scotland. Orthopedic shoe. 
2,599,970, June 10. 

Barrott, William E.. Jr., and W. E., Sr., Aurora, 111. 
Casket carrying truck. 2,.503,717, Apr. 22. 

Barrott, William E., Sr. : See — 

Barrott. William E.. Jr.. and W. E.. Sr. 

Barrow, James E., Borehamwood, England. Digital cal- 
culating machine. 2,611,536, Sept. 23. 

Barrow, James R., assignor to The Columbiana Boiler 
Company, Columbiana, Ohio. Skid supported tank. 
2..596,005. May 6. 

Barrow, Wilmer L., Manhasset, N. Y. Biconical electro- 
magnetic horn. 2,602.894, July 8. 

Barrows, Donald S.. Rochester, assignor to The Symington- 
Gould Corporation, Depew. N. Y. Journal box lid. 
2,586,599. Feb. 19. 

Barrows, Donald S., Rochester, assignor to The Symington- 
Gould Corporation, Depew, N. Y. Railway truck. 
2,590,360, Mar. 25. 

Barrows, Donald S., Rochester, assignor to The Syming- 
ton-Gould Corporation, Depew, N. Y. Railway truck. 
2,621,011, Dec. 16. 

Barrows, Donald S., and G. P. Couch, assignors to The 
Symington-Gould Corporation, Rochester, N. Y. Rail- 
way truck. 2.608.937. Sept. 2. 

Barrv, Aaron W., Grosse Pointe Farms, Mich. Scarifying 
applicator. 2.612.162. Sept. 30. 

Barry,. Arthur J., assignor to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pnn.v. Midland. Mich. Siloxanes having hydrogen atom 
directly attached to silicon atoms. 2,590,812, Mar. 25. 

Barry, Arthur J., assignor to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pany, Midland, Mich. Rendering water-wettable solid 
material water repellent and product resulting there- 
form. 2.608,495, Aug. 26. 

Barry, Arthur J., assignor to Dow Corning Corpora- 
tion, Midland, Mich. Production of arylhalosilanes. 
2.611,775, Sept. 23. 

Barry, Arthur J., and J. W. Gilkey, assignors to Dow Corn- 
ing Corporation. Midland, Mich. Copolymeric siloxanes. 
Re. 23.502. May 27. 

Barry. Arthur J., Midland, L. De Free, Holland, and D. E. 
Hook, assignors to The Dow Chemical Company. Alid- 
land. Mich. Preparation of phenyl silicon trichloride. 
2,.591.668. Apr. 8. 

Barry, Arthur J., and ,T. W. Gilkey, assignors to Dow Corn- 
ing Corporation, Midland, Mich. Carboxyphenvlpoly- 
siloxnnes. 2.601,237, Junp 24. 

Barry Corporation, The, assignee : See — 
Crede. Charles E. 
Lambert, Frank, Jr., and Crede. 

Barry. David A. : See — 

Pfeiffer. James H.. and Barry. 

Barry, David A., and J. H. Pfeiffer. New Brunswick, as- 
signors to Nixon Nitration Works, Nixon, N. J. Method 
and apparatus for extruding tubes from thermoplastic 
compositions. 2.616,128. Nov. 4. 

Barry, Gerald J., Fort Wayne. Ind., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Farnsworth Research Corporation. 
Radio receiver tuning indicator. 2,582,951, Jan. 22. 

Barry, Gerald J., Fort Wayne. Ind., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Farnsworth Research Corporation. Il- 
luminated tuning dial. 2.591,667. Apr. 8. 

Barrv. Joseph. Richmond Hill, N. Y. Window sasih lock. 
2,593,243, Apr. 15. 

Barry. Joseph F., Summit, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Sol- 
dering apparatus for piezoelectric crystals. 2,608,745, 
Sept. 2. 

Barry, Leon G., Whippany, assignor to United States 
Instrument Corporation, Summit, N. J. Rotary selector 
switch. 2.588.793, Mar. 11. 

Barry, Leonard D.. Detroit, Mich. Roller conveyer con- 
struction. 2,593,089. Apr. 15. 



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& Supply 
2,598,488, 

& Supply 
2,600,187, 



Mo. 



Barry, Robert E., Bethesda, Md. Disposable caulking gun. 
2,687,683, Mar. 4. 

Barry, Robert L., and C. C. Boesewetter, Downers Grove, 
assignors to Goodman Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 
111. Electrical measurement and recording of accelera- 
tion, velocity, and displacements of moving bodies. 
2,598,668, June 3. 

Barry, W. Chester, assignee : See — 
I'isher, Franli. 

Barry-Wehmiller Machinery Company, assignee : See — • 
VVehmiller, Paul K.. and Nekola. 

Barry, William F., Los Angeles, Calif. Pocketed ball game 
board. 2,020,191, Dec. 2. 

Barsam, Arthur, Jr., Los Angeles, Calif. Reel and adapt- 
er therefor. 2,61o,643, Oct. 28. 

Barsano, John, assignor to Barcy Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Valve. 2,604,113, July 22. 

Barsbv. Edward S., and A. P. Saunders, assignors to 
Wildt and Company Limited, Leicester, England. 
Knitted fabric and making the same. 2,580,506. Jan. 1. 

Barsby, Edward S., and A. P. Saunders, assignors to Wildt 
and Company Limited, Leicester, England. Knitting 
machine and the method of knitting thereon. 2,621,499, 
Dec. 1 (>. 

Bar.sel, Norman, assignee : See — 

Fleischhacker, Desider, and Barsel. 

Barsky, George, assignor to Freeport Sulphur Company, 
New York, N. Y. Production of hydrogen cyanicie. 
2,590,146, Mar. 25. 

Barstow, Ormond, assignor to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pany, Midland, Mich. Refractometer. 2,624,014, Dec. 
30. 

Barsy, Inire J., assignor to Armstrong Cork Company, Lan- 
caster, Pa. Temperature-responsive device. 2,609,406, 
Sept. 2. 

Bart, Thomas E., assignor to The Murdock Mfg. 
Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Water service fixture. 
May 27. 

Bart, Thomas E., assignor to The Murdock Mfg. 
Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Water service fixture. 
June 10. 

Bartch, James C, and G. W. Couch, Flat River, 
Sprout destroyer. 2,597.033, May 20. 

Bartch. James C, Flat River, and G. W. Couch, River- 
mines, Mo. Sprout destroyer. 2.580.640, Jan. 1. 

Bartelink, Everhard H. B., Bronxville, N. Y., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Automatic Electric Laboratories, 
Inc., Chicago, 111. Supervisory signaling circuits for 
carrier wave communication systems and the like. 
2,601,425, June 24. 

Bartelink. Kverliard H. B.. Bronxville, and E. Daskam. Jr., 
Franklin Square, N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, 
to Autoiii.il ic lOleotric ]>al)c>r,atories. Inc.. Cliiiai-'o. 111. 
Supervisory signaling circuits for carrier wave com- 
munication systems and the like. 2,594,718, Apr. 29. 

Bartelink, ICvciliard II. It., and S. W. Torodp. Cambridge, 
Mass., and R. J. Walker. Washington. D. C.. assignors, 
by mesne assignments, to the United States of America 
as represented by the Secretary of the Navy. Multivi- 
brator saw-tooth generator. 2,605,406. July 29. 

Bartels. Wilholinus II. G., assignor to Chemlsche Fnbriek 
L. Van Der Grinten, Venlo, Netherlands. Light sensitive 
positive printing diazotype paper having a calendered 
surface. 2,595,916, May 6. 

Bartelson, Sten E., Ashland, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Interlocked pressure roller 
and pad roller. 2,586,600, Feb. 19. 

Barteit, William, Campbellsport, Wis. Hen's nest. 
2,619.934, Dec. 2. 

Bartenfeld, Wilford G., Lakewood. Ohio. Ship tank top 
and hopper construction. 2.592,999, Apr. 15. 

Bartes, August, Jr. : See — 

Farrell, Robert A., Mueller and Bartes. 

Bartfav, Rosella G., Cleveland, Ohio 
2,.599,152, June 3. 

Bartfield, James E. : See — 

Stroukoff, Michael, and Bartfield. 

Bartgis Brothers Company, The, assignee : See — 
Toensineier, Patrick A. 

Earth, Dnvid, New York, N. Y. Trimming and 
machine for quilts and the like. 2.591.394. Apr. 

Barth, Jay E., Pitman, N. J., assignor to Radio Corpora- 
tion of America. Movable carriage system for phono- 
graph mechanism and the like. 2,608,456, Aug. 26. 

Barth, Robert H. : See — 

Burrell. Harry, and Barth. 

Barth, Robert H., Ridgewood, N. J. assignor to Heyden 
Chemical Corporation, New York, N. Y. Tackifiersand 
softeners for synthetic rubbers and compositions con- 
taining the same. 2.611.752. Sent. 23. 

Bartha. Stephan J., assignor to Automatic Electric Labo- 
ratories. Inc., Chicago. 111. Multivoltage train tele- 
phone system. 2,617,886, Nov. 11. 

Barthel, Oliver E. : See — 

Murray, Addie P., and Barthel. 

Barthelemy, Rene, Fontena.v aux Roses, assignor to Com- 
pagnie Pour La Fabrication des Compteurs et Jlateriel 
d'Uslnes a Gaz, Montrouge. France. Coupling for 
cathode-ray tubes. 2,597.054, May 20. 

Barthelmes, Albert J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Seismograph Service Corporation, Tulsa, Okla. Deter- 
mining subsurface geological structure by seismic sur- 
veying employing refraction shooting. 2,596,463, 
May 13. 



Beauty shield. 



slitting 
1. 



Bartholomew, Earl, Birmingham, Mich., assignor to Ethyl 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Method and apparatus 
for supplying auxiliary fuel or antiknock fluid to in- 
ternal-combustion engines. 2,616,404, Nov. 4. 

Bartholomew, Earl, Birmingham, Mich., assignor to Ethyl 
Corporation, New York N. Y. Enrichment device and 
controlling the same. 2,616,405. Nov. 4. 

Bartholy, Frederick E., Vestal, assignor to General Aniline 
& Filin Corporation, New York, N. Y. Film developing 
reel. 2,019,300, Nov. 25. 

Bartis, Frank, Chicago, 111. Pneumatic arch support. 
2,600.957, June 17. 

Bartleman, Richard, San Francisco. Calif. Tool rack. 
2,615,577, Oct. 28. 

Bartleson, John D. : See — 

Hughes, Everett C, and Bartleson. 

Bartleson, John D., assignor to The Standard Oil Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Lubricating oil additives. 
2,584,977, Feb. 12. 

Bartleson, John D.. assignor to The Standard Oil Com- 
pany, Cleveland, Ohio. Reaction product of an aliphatic 
amide and a phosphorus sulfide and lubricants contain- 
ing the same. 2,614,075. Oct. 14. 

Bartlett, C. O., & Snow Co., The, assignee : See — 
Hersey, Herbert S. 

Bartlett, Carl T., Muncie, Ind. Portable enclosure. 
2,581,318. Jan. 1. 

Bartlett, Eleanor P., Dover-Foxcroft, INIaine. Folding 
wheeled carrier for suitcases. 2,613,950. Oct. 14. 

Bartlett, Ernest, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Pen clip. 
2,588,692, Mar. 11. 

Bartlett, James L., and J. R. Davis, assignors to The Trane 
Company, La Crosse, Wis. Fluid flow calculator. 
2,597,609, May 20. 

Bartlett, Jeffrey H., Westfield, N. J., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Lubricating oil additive. 
2.612,475. Sept. 30. 

Bartlett, Jeffrey H., Westfield, N. J., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Lubricating composition of 
low pour point. 2,618,602, Nov. 18. 

Bartlett, Jeffrey H.. Westfield. H. W. Rudel. Roselle Park, 
and E. B. Cyphers, Cranford, N. J., assignors to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Insecticidal composi- 
tions containing substituted aliphatic esters of diethyl 
dithiophosphoric acid. 2.611.728. Sept. 23. 

Bartlett, Jeffrey H., Westfield. H. W. Rudel. Roselle Park, 
and E. B. Cyphers, Cranford, N. J., assignors to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Insecticidal composi- 
tions containing hydrocarbon esters of diethyl dithio- 
phosphoric acid. 2.611,729, Sept. 23. 

Bartlett, Lawrence D., Hartford, Ky. Twine dispenser. 
2,580.878, Jan. 1. 

Bartlett. Lawrence D., Hartford, Ky. Twine dispenser. 
2.603.861, Julv 22. 

Bartlett, Paul D., Weston, Mass., and B. C. McKusick, 
Wilmington, Del., assignors to the United States of 
America as represented by the Secretary of the Army. 
Insect repellents. 2.584,105, Feb. 5. 

Bartlett, Paul D., Weston, Mass., and H. J. Dauben, Jr., 
Seattle, Wash., assignors to the United States of 
America as represented bv the Secretary of the Army. 
Insect repellents. 2,605,208. July 29. 

Bartlett, Percy, Swarthmore. Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Electric circuit Interrupter. 2,606,262, 
Aug. 5. 

Bartlett, Ralph G., Lakeland, Fla. Hand truck. 2,592,644, 
Apr. 15. 

Bartlett, Thomas S.. London, Ontario, Canada. Friction 
gearing. 2.5I)6,3.=S9, May 13. 

Bartlett, William E., Atlanta, Ga. Combination weather 
strip and sash balance. 2,009,572, Sept. 9. 

Bartlett, William W., New York, N. Y. EaUroad tie. 
2,611,545, Sept. 23. 

Bartley, Thomas R. : See — 

Shaw. John M., Bartley, and Rosenfels. 

Bartling. Loren E.. Detroit, assignor to Dearborn Motors 
Corporation. Hichland Park. Mich. Nozzle support for 
spray booms. 2.005,140, July 29. 

Bartling. Loren E.. Detroit, assignor to Dearborn Motors 
Corporation, Highland Park, Mich. Sprayer. 2,608,327, 
Aug. 26. 

Bartmann & Bixer, Inc., assignee : See — 
Bixer, Edmond P. 
Halpern, Alan. 

Barto. Charles F.. Rochester, N. T., assignor to United 
Last Company, Boston. Jlass. Work holder for band- 
sawing. 2.594,277. Apr. 29. 

Bartolat, Joseph J. : See — 

Demick, Donald D., and Bartolat. 

Bartoletti, Dante, assignor of one-half to C. W. Cunning- 
ham, Burgettstown, Pa. Antiskid chain for auto- 
mobiles. 2,583,624, Jan. 29. 

Bartolucci, Ben : See — 

Schreier, Konrad F., and Bartolucci. 

Barton, Albert V. : See — 

Lacy-Hulbert, Cyril, and Barton. 

Barton, Benjamin D., assignor to American Marsh Pumps, 
Inc., Battle Creek, Mich. Spray gun for fire apparatus 
and the like. 2.609,239. Sept. 2. 

Barton, Benjamin D., assignor to American Marsh Pumps, 
Inc., Battle Creek, Mich. Spray gun for fire apparatus 
and the like. 2,621,076, Dec. 9. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Barton, Benjamin D., assignor to American Marsh Pumps, 
Inc., Battle Creek, Mich. Hose reel assembly. 2,621,870, 
Dec. 16. 
Barton, Bernard C, Clifton, N. J., assignor to United 
States Rubber Company, New York. N. Y. Making 
mixtures of rubbery butadlene-styrene copolymer, hevea 
rubber, and carbon black. 2,623,024, Dec. 23. 
Barton, Bernard C, Clifton, and E. E. Auer, East Orange, 
N. J., assignors to United States Rubber Company, 
New York, N. Y. Rubber surface treatment and article. 
2,587,274, Feb. 26. 

Barton, Bernard C, Clifton, and E. E. Auer, East Orange, 
N. J., assignors to United States Rubber Company, New 
York, N. Y. Rubber treatment and article. 2,619,431, 
Nov. 25. 

Barton, Carl E., assignor to The Timken-Detroit Axle 
Company, Detroit, Mich. Shot peening test fixture, 
2,607,213, Aug. 19. 

Barton, Clarence T., assignee : See — 
Pickles, Joseph A. 

Barton, Frederic D., San Francisco. Calif. Stop-leak 
preparation. 2,580,719, Jan. 1. 

Barton, Hugh M., Fort Worth, Tex. Safety srwitch. 
2,597,969, May 27. 

Barton, Hugh M.. Jr., Brooklyn, N. Y,, assignor to Phil- 
lips Petroleum Company. Locatable pipe line scraper. 
2,617,134, Nov. 11. 

Barton, Jay P., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Defi- 
ance Automatic Screw Company, Defiance, Ohio. Clo- 
sure actuated mechanical alarm. 2,600,609, June 17. 

Barton, Loy B., Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio Corpo- 
ration of America. Remote-control system for radio ap- 
paratus. 2,602,851, July 8. 

Barton, Loy E., and P. H. Werenfels, Princeton, N. J., 
assignors to Radio Corporation of America. Synchro- 
nizing apparatus for color signal sampling oscillators. 
2,594,380, Apr. 29. 

Barton, Murray M., assignor to Consolidated Equipment 
Co., Wichita, Kans. Molding apparatus. 2,600,958, 
June 17. 

Barton, Norman, Blackley. Manchester. S. Birtwell. Leeds, 
and F. H. S. Curd, deceased, Blackley, Manchester, by 
M. R. Curd, executrix, Bramhall, England, assignors to 
Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. Quaternary 
salts of pyrimidylaminoquinolines. 2.585,909. Feb. 19. 

Barton, Norman. BlaclUey, Manchester, S. Birtwell, Leeds, 
and F. H. S. Curd, deceased, Blackley. Manchester, by 
M. R. Curd, executrix, Bramhall, England, assignors to 
Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. Preparing di- 
qudternary salts of pyrimidylamino quinolines. 
2,585,910, Feb. 19. 

Barton, Paul D.. Phoenixville, assignor to Sun Oil Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Separating oil from water. 
2.588,794, Mar. 11. 

Barton, Theodore W., Rutherford, N. J. Metallic mold- 
ing section. 2,585,727, Feb. 12. 

Bartos, Jaroslav : See — 

Velluz, L^on, Amiard, and Bartos. 

Bartosz, Frank J., Cranford, assignor to The Singer Manu- 
facturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Forming a seam 
for uniting plies of sheet material. 2,593,090, Apr. 15. 

Bartow Beacons. Inc., assignee : See — 
Bartow, John B. 

Bartow, John B., Blue Bell, assignor to Bartow Beacons, 
Inc.. Philadelphia, Pa. Ai proach system for landing 
aircraft. 2,582,742, Jan. 1.5. 

Bartow, Lewis F., Toledo, Ohio, assignor to Sun Oil Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Pneumatic lift conduit and dls- 
engager vessel. 2,591,040, Apr. 1. 

Bartram. Thomas W., St. Albans, W. Va., assignor to 
Monsanto Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Making 
agglomerates. 2,598,209, May 27. 

Bartsch, Cornelius, Dinuba, Calif. Self-loading excava- 
tor. 2.587.092. Feb. 26. 

Bartz, Frederick H., Oak Park, 111. Photographically 
varving one dimension of an object with respect to 
another. 2,607,268. Aug. 19. 

Barusch, Maurice R., Richmond, and J. Q. Payne, Concord, 
assignors to California Research Corporation, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. ;3-hydroxydiall;yl peroxides. 2,605,291, 
July 29. 

Barvitius, FrantiSek, Prague, assignor of one-half to Metra, 
narodni podnik. Blansko. Czechoslovakia. Autographic 
recorder. 2,614.902, Oct. 21. 

Basalt Rock Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
McCall. Donald O. 

Basca Manufacturing Co., Inc., assignee: See — 
Wilson. John B. 

Bascom, Frances : See — 

Arundale. Erving. and Bascom. 
Vanderbilt, Byron M., and Bascom. 

Bascom, Henry, St. Louis, Mo. Shoeshine stand. 
2,622,262. Dec. 23. 

Bascom, Henry M., New York, N. Y., assignor to Strom- 
berg-Carlson Company. Telephone substation eiiuip- 
ment with variable antisidetone circuit. 2,584,830, 
Feb. 5. 

Bascom, Hugh W., Panora, Iowa. Door. 2,607,408, Aug. 
19. 

Bascom, John D. : See — 

Walker, Earl C. Elliott, and Bascom. 



Basdekis, Costas H., Springfield, and E. F. Jackson, Lud- 
low, Blass., assignors to Monsanto Chemical Company, 
St. Louis, Mo. Removal of amine inhibitors from un- 
saturated monomers. 2,609,387, Sept. 2. 
Baselt, Walter H., Flossmoor, assignor to American Steel 
Foundries, Chicago, 111. Railway brake. 2,581,746, 
Jan. 8. 
Baselt, Walter H., Flossmoor, assignor to American Steel 
Foundries, Chicago, 111. Journal box arrangement. 
2,614,008, Oct. 14. 
Bash, Francis E., Morristown, assignor to Driver-Harris 
Company, Harrison. N. J. Vacuum tube electrode ele- 
ment. 2,586.768, Feb. 26. 
Bash, Francis E.. Morristown, assignor to Driver-Harris 
Company, Harrison, N. J. Furnace element. 2,587,275, 
Feb. 26. 
Bash, John M., Chicago, 111. Degreasing and vibratory 

degreaser. 2,618,577. Nov. 18. 
Bash, Thomas E., Carthage, Ind. Power-driven lawn 

mower. 2,604,747, July 29. 

Basham, Raymond B.. and C. W. Macune, assignors to 

Westronics, Inc., Fort Worth, Tex. Apparatus for 

locating binding areas around well casing. 2,604,181, 

July 22. 

Basham, Raymond B., and C. W. Macune, assignors to 

Westronics, Inc., Fort Worth, Tex. Line measuring 

device with correcting mechanism. 2,604,526, July 22. 

Bashara, Samuel F.. Houston, Tex. Cushion for foot 

pedals. 2.584,831. Feb. 5. 
Bashark, Nicholas, Dayton, Ohio, and D. Grant, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Valve packing construction. 2,583,539, 
Jan. 29 
Bashford, Charles A. : See — 

Mundy. Paul A., and Bashford. 
Bashford Machine Company, assignee : See — 

Mundy, Paul A., and Bashford. 
Bashore, Quinter E., Covina, Calif. Box handling mecha- 

ni.sm. 2,1590,225, Mar. 25. 
Basic Processes, Inc.. assignee : See — 

Irwin, Emmett M. 
Basic Products Corporation, assignee: See — 
Reynard, Chauncey G., and Hart. 
Reynard. Chauncey G., and Hoover. 
Basic Refractories, Inc., assignee : See — 
Matlrko, Chester A. 
Rusoff, Samuel. 
Schoenlaub. Robert A. 
Basic Vegetable Products Co., assignee : See — 

Magnuson. Roy M. 
Basilewsky, Alexis : See — 

Deprez, Charles, and Basilewsky. 
Basilewsky, Alexis, New York, N. Y., assignor to Solvay 
& Cie, Ixelles-Brussels, Belgium. Anode device. 
2,617,762, Nov. 11. 
Basilewsky, Alexis, Watermael-Brussels, assignor to Sol- 
vay «&: Cie. Brussels, Belgium. Production of high 
concentration alkaline lyes. 2,588,469, Mar. 11. 
Basinger, George W.. Charlotte, N. C. Humidity con- 
trolling system. 2,602,589, July 8. 
Baskerville, Benjamin J., deceased, Joliet, 111., by The 
Sperry Corporation, New Holland, Pa., assignee. Hay 
baler feed mechanism. Re. 23,582, Nov. 18. 
Baskerville, Benjamin J., Joliet, 111. ; M. K. Baskerville, 
R. A. Baskerville, M. A. Baskerville. F. A. Lennon, 
and W. J. Baskerville, heirs of said B. J. Baskerville, 
deceased, assignor to F. A. Lennon, Maywood, indi- 
viduallv and as trustee for M. A. Baskerville, Joliet, 
W. J. Baskerville, Manhattan, and R. A. Baskerville, 
Symerton, 111. Hay baler. 2.585,425, Feb. 12. 
Baskerville. Margaret K.. heir: See — 

Baskerville, Benjamin J. 
Baskerville, Marie A., heir, assignee : See — 

Baskerville, Benjamin J. 
Baskerville, Raymond A., heir : See — 

Baskerville, Benjamin J. 
Baskerville, Walter J., heir, assignee: See — 

Baskerville, Benjamin J. 
Bass, Eugene L. : See — 

Green, Nathaniel P., Barrett, and Bass. 
Bass, John R. : See — 

Brown, Cicero C, and Bass. 
Bass. John, New York, N. Y. Combination camera and 

developer. 2,580,720, Jan. 1. 
Bass, Julius A , assignee : See — 

Payne, Carlos B. 
Bassereau, Georges, assignor to Societe Electro-Metal- 
lurgique du Planet, Paris, France. Manufacture of 
magnesium. 2,583,351, Jan. 22. 
Bassett, Arthur W., Lawrence, Mass. Cleaning automo- 
bile radiators. 2,622,046, Dec. 16. 
Bassett, Clifford S., executor : See — 

Moyer, Charles L. 
Bassett, Cyrus W. : See — 

Vander Veer, John H., and Bassett 
Bassett, Cyrus W., Port-au-Peck, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to National Pneumatic Co.. Inc., Boston, 
Mass. Door operation control. 2,613,076, Oct. 7. 
Bassett Furniture Industries. Incorporated, assignee : 
See — 

Berry, William T.. Jr. 
Bassett, H. Y., assignee : See — 
Carlson, Emil. 



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Bassick Company, The, assignee: See — 
Claud-Mantle, Arthur. 
Evans, Sanford. 
Ferrer, JKdwin R. 
Bassln, Max : See — 

Meyer, Ehler. and Bassin. 
Bassindale, Isaac B., Grasscroft, near Oldham, assignor 
to Piatt Brothers and Company, Limited, Oldham, Eng- 
land. Tuft-cutting mechanism for Axminster carpet 
looms. 2,619,987, Dec. 2. 
Bassindale, Isaac B., Grasscroft, near Oldham, and F. B. 
Schofield, Longsight, Royton, near Oldham assignors 
to Piatt Brothers and Company Limited, Oldham, Eng- 
land. Loom for weaving tufted pile fabrics. 2,620,834, 
Dec. 9. 
Bassinger, Ross : See — 

Harrison, Harry W., and Bassinger. 
Bassinger, Ross, Houston, Tex. Percussion tool. 2,584,978, 

Feb. 12. 
Bassinger, Ross, Houston, Tex. Percussion tool. 2,584,979, 

Feb. 12. 
Bassinger, Ross, Houston, Tex. Percussion tool for wells. 

2,619,324, Nov. 25. 
Bassist, Ellis, Brookline, Mass., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to A. B. Dick Company, Niles, 111. Inking 
mechanism for rotary lithographic presses. 2,588,470, 
Mar. 11. 
Basso, Joseph, Owosso, Mich. Ski sled. 2,589,764, Mar. 

18. 
Basso, Michael J., assignee : See — 

Liley, John W. 
Basson, Arthur O., Capital Park, Pretoria, Transvaal, 
Union of South Africa. Pencil sharpener. 2,593,649, 
Apr. 22. 
Bastian-Blessing Company, The. assignee : See — 
Blaydes, Norman S. 
Frederick. Raymond R. 
Levings, Sherburne D. 
Mills. Ellsworth L., and Zimmer. 
Skailes, Thomas J., and Zimmer. 
Bastian Bros. Co., assignee : See — 

Bastian, Theron E., Hellaby, and Strollis. 
Bastian, Theron E., and Strollis. 
Bastian, Richard R.. Toledo, and G. Berkebile. Water- 
ville, assignors to Lucas Development, Inc., Toledo, 
Ohio. Apparatus for drawing glass fibers. 2,586,774, 
Feb. 26. 
Bastian, Theron E., Irondequoit, and E. A. Strollis. as- 
signors to Bastian Bros. Co., Rochester, N. Y. Wire- 
pointing mechanism. 2,598,656, May 27. 
Bastian. Theron E., Irondequoit, J. A. Hellaby, and E. A. 
Strollis, assignors to Bastian Bros. Co., Rochester, N. Y. 
Automatic button-pinning machine. 2,612,796, Oct. 7. 
Bastien, Roy C, St. Albans, assignor to Fish-Schurmau 
Corporation. New York. N. Y. Light projecting ap- 
paratus. 2.587,956. Mar. 4. 
Bastin, Laurent, Roubaix, France. Winding apparatus 
for the web divider of finisher cards. 2,608,724, Sept. 2. 
BaSus, Jifi, Prague, assignor to The Skoda Works. Pilsen, 
Czechoslovakia. Apparatus for introducing cigarettes 
from a magazine into vertical channels. 2,618,421, 
Nov. 18. 
Bata. narodni podnik, assignee : See — 
Chmelaf, Vaclav. 
DyjSik, Adolf. 
Kruzik, ArnoSt. 

Landa. Stanislav, and NSmeCek. 
Moravec. Jan. 
Vftclavlk. Jaroslav. 
Zaoral. Josef, and Ostrfil. 
Bataille, Pierre E., Emeville, assignor to Societe des 
Carrieres de I'Oise et de la Meuse, Crepy-en-Valois, Oise. 
France. Machine for mining tender stones or other 
mineral substances. 2,582,521, Jan. 15. 
Bataille, Roger, and G. Honorat, assignors to Societe 
Frangaise des Telecommunications. Neilly-sur-Seine, 
France. Double heterodyne radio receiver. 2,606,285, 
Aug. 5. 
Batcha, John J., Detroit, Mich. Writing game planchette. 

2,593,244, Apr. 15. 
Batchelder, George E. : See — 

Waters, Russell M., and Batchelder. 
Batchelder. George E., Pittsburgh, Pa., and W. E. Mac- 
neil, Dorchester, Alass., assignor to Rockwell Manu- 
facturing Company, Pittsburgh. Pa. Timer. 2,584,106, 
Feb. 5. 
Batcheller, Hugh W., Newton Highlands, Mass. Spade 

connector. 2.600.188. June 10. 
Batcheller, Hugh W., Newton Highlands, Mass. Solder- 
less electrical conductor clamp. 2,600,189, June 10. 
Batcheller, Hugh W.. Newton, Mass. Electric connector 

female member. 2,600,190, June 10. 
Batcheller. Hugh W.. Newton Highlands, Mass. Electric 

switch for door .iambs. 2,605,374, July 29. 
Batchelor, Clyde S., H. J. Cofek, and F. S. Walker. 
Bridgeport, Conn., assignors to Raybestos-Manhattan, 
Inc., Passaic, N. J. Reinforced brake lining and mak- 
ing same. 2,604,425, July 22. 
Batchelor, Robert L.. Tenaflv, N. J. Shoe cleaning and 

sterilizing device. 2.602,724, July 8. 
Bate, Alan, Riverton, assignor to The Winsted Hard- 
ware Manufacturing Company, Winsted, Conn. Ther- 
mostatically controlled electric iron for dry and steam 
ironing. 2,609,625, Sept. 9. 



Bates and Fisher. 

Calif. Gravity illustrating 



Wash. Pneumatic 



Bateman Co., Inc., assignee : See — 

Thames. Bonnie W. 
Bateman, Edgar W., Salisbury, and W. Fletcher, Mirfield, 
England, assignors to Waeco Limited. Dispersion or dis- 
semination of insecticides, fungicides, weed killers, or 
the like. 2,606,095, Aug. 5. 
Bateman, Franklin O. : See — 

Cruce, Thomas M., and Bateman. 
Bateman, James A. : See — 

Lehman, Harry A., Bateman, and Bateman. 
Lehman, Harry A., Bateman, W. W. and J. A. 
Bateman, Norman S., assignor to Construction Improve- 
ments Limited, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Cableway. 
2,601,585. June 24. 
Bateman, Ralph C. : See — 

Lepp, Gerhard J., Bateman, and Emberson. 
Bateman, Ralph C, Akron, Ohio. Torsional equalizer sus- 
pension device. 2,600,462, June 17. 
Bateman, William \V. : See — 

Lehman, Harry A., Bateman, and Bateman. 
Lehman, Harry A., Bateman, J. A. and W. W. 
Bateman, William W.. Mineral Wells, Tex. Container 

icing machine. 2.607,520, Aug. 19. 
Bates. Albert H., assignor to Burd Piston Ring Company, 

Rockford, 111. Supporting rack. 2,606,671, Aug. 12. 
Bates, C. J., & Son, assignee : See — 
Owens, Dovie A. 
Suessman, Ernest H. 
Bates, Emile B., Leicester, England. Marking machine 

for marking web material. 2.586.905, Feb. 26 
Bates, Emile B., Leicester, England. Apparatus for 

milling fabrics. 2,599,804, June 10. 
Bates, Ernest N., and R. V., Detroit, Mich. Liquid spray 

device. 2,608,439, Aug. 26. 
Bates, Harold : See — • 

Groombridge, Walter H., 
Bates, John R., Los Angeles, 

toy. 2.603,885, July 22. 
Bates, John R., Swarthmore, Pa., and G. R. Bond, Jr., 
Paulsboro, N. J., assignors to Houdry Process Corpora- 
tion, Wilmington, Del. Preparing a silica-zirconium 
oxide catalyst for the conversion of hydrocarbons. 
2,580.641. Jan. 1. 
Bates, Mortimer F., Brooklyn, assignor to The Sperry Cor- 
poration, Great Neck, N. Y. Helicopter control appa- 
ratus. 2,606,622, Aug. 12. 
. Bates, Myron H. : See — 

Unger, Magnus, and Bates. 
Bates, Norma L. and R. D., Auburn, 
.luice extractor. 2,612,100, Sept. 30. 
Bates. Ray D. : See — 

Bates. Norma L. and R. D. 
Bates, Rex V. : See — 

Bates, Ernest N., and R. V. 
Bates, William A.. Berkeley, assignor to California Re- 
search Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. Recovery of 
zinc values by selective flotation of sulfide ores. 
2,594.012. Apr. 29. 
Bates, William A., Berkeley, assignor to California Re- 
search Corporation, San Francisco. Calif. Agglomerate 
tabling of tungsten bearing ores.. 2,607,479, Aug. 19. 
Bates. William F., South Pasadena, J. N. Gregory. La 
Habra. and C. S. Penfield. Bakersfield, assignors to" Shell 
Development Company. San Francisco, Calif. Drilling 
rig substructure. 2.594,847, Apr. 29. 
Bates, William F., South Pasadena, J. N. Gregory, La 
Habra, and A. H. Curry, Wilmington, assignors to Shell 
Development Company, San Francisco, Calif. Method 
and apparatus for installing drilling equipment. 
2,598,099, May 27. 
Bates, Wilmot S.. assignor to Ellison Bronze Company, 
Inc., Jamestown. N. Y. Balanced door organization 
with pressure release. 2,581,783, Jan. 8. 
Batesville Casket Company, The, assignee : See — • 

McEwan, James J. 
Bath, John C, Worcester, and E. L. Ackley, Northboro, 
assignors to John Bath & Company. Worcester, Mass. 
Ad.lustable and retractable internal thread gauge. 
2.595,917, May 6. 
Bath. John, & Company, assignee : See- 
Bath. John C, and Ackley. 
Batho, William F. : See — 

Zimmer, Albert E., and Batho. 
Batista, Claudio P., Mexico City Mexico, assignor to W. 
Lewith, Charlotte, N. C. Attenuating apparatus. 
2,597.850, May 27. 
Batiuk, Martin, and H. G. Shively, Akron, Ohio, assignors 
to The B. F. Goodrich Company. New York. N. Y. Heat- 
ing dielectric materials and apparatus therefor. 
2,599,360, June 3. 
Batlin, L., & Son, Inc., assignee : See — 

Gessmann. Edmund G. 
Batori, Oscar E., New York, N. Y. Navigational com- 
puter of the slide rule type. 2.585.618, Feb. 12. 
Batson-Cook Company, assignee : See — 
Ball, Gaines L. 
Ball, Gaines L. 
Batt, George H. : See— 

JernakofC. Michael A., Batt, and Sankowsky. 
Battagla, Peter A., assignee : See — 

Martin, George F. 
Battaglia, Alfred G. : See — 

McGaffin, Ralph C, and Battaglia. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Battelle Development Corporation, assignee : See — 

Jaffee, Eobert I. 

Lepp, Jack M., and Slyb. 

Paskell, Krnest. 

Rebuian. Jack. 

Wise. Edward N. 
Batten, i-'ercy H., trustee, assignee : See — 

Allien, Karl G. 

Allen, Charles M., and Dayton. 

Boestad, Gustav K. \N'. 

Boestad, Gustav K. W., and Lindhagen. 

Nilsson. Hans R. 

Wahlsten, Gosta L. B., and Boestad. 

Battersby. James E., assignor to Masson Scott & Company 
Limited, London, England. Mounting of rotary cut- 
ting means for paper, card, and the like. 2,582,522, 
Jan. 15. „ ^ 

Battersby, James E., assignor to Masson Scott & Com- 
pany Limited. London, England. Apparatus for cut- 
ting sheets from webs of carboard, paper, and the like. 
2,613,741, Oct. 14. 

Battersby, James E., assignor to Masson Scott & Company 
Limited, London, England. Drive for a rotary member. 
2,623,397, Dec. 30. 

Battey, Alexander J., Skaneateles, assignor to Auburn 
Spark Plug Co., Incorporated, Auburn, N. Y. High- 
temperature quick action thermocouple. 2,581,229, 
Jan. 1. „ 

Battev, Alfred P., Eeigate, England, assignor to R. Hoe 
& Co. Inc., New York, N. Y. Intaglio printing ma- 
chine. 2,585.617, Feb. 12. 

Battilana, Emilio, Genoa-Cornigliano, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Soc. Per Azionl Stabilimenti Elettromec- 
canici Riunitl Ansaldo San Giorgio, Genoa, Italy. Cur- 
rent responsive acceleration control for electric motors. 
2,598,669, June 3. 

Battista, Orlando A., Drexel Hill, Pa., assignor to Ameri- 
can Viscose Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Novel yarn 
and making same. 2,621,392, Dec. 16. 

Battistin, Ferdinando, assignee : See — 
Drago, Gian G. 

Battle, Richard, Los Angeles, Calif. Garment hanger. 
2,582,669, Jan. 15. 

Battle Creek Bread Wrapping Machine Company, assignee : 
See- 
Smith, John W. 
Willbrandt. Franklin M. 

Battles, Ralph A., Kl Monte, assignor of fifty per cent to 
W. R. Battles, Redondo Beach, Calif. Vehicle seat con- 
vertible to a bed. 2,598,100, May 27. 

Battles, Stewart S., Galesburg, 111., and H. Verson, as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to Diamond Machine 
Tool Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Machine tool press. 
2,608,253, Aug. 26. 

Battles, Willis R., assignee: See — 
Battles, Ralph A. 

Battles, Willis R., Redondo Beach, Calif. Vehicle seat 
convertible to bed. 2,602,486, July 8. 

Batts, Charles C. Elizabeth City, Va. Vacuum cleaner 
support. 2.595,752, May 6. 

Batty, Bernard, Indianapolis, Ind. Smoker's pipe. 
2.614,568. Oct. 21. 

Batzle, Joseph H., Wauwatosa, Wis. Garment carrying 
rack for automobiles. 2,583,806. Jan. 29. 

Bauberger, Charles W., Malverne. N. Y. Hot and cold 
water mixing faucet with single handle. 2,596,464, 
May 3 3. 

Bauck, Hans J. : See — - 

Pedersen, Knut H., and Bauck. 

Baudini&rp. Gilbert, Paris, France. Nitric add and bi- 
sulfite digestion of fibrous vegetable material. 2,597,430, 
May 20. 

Baudry, Ren6 A., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Cutout 
coupling. 2,608,071, Aug. 26. 

Baudry, Ren6 A., Pittsburgh, and P. R. Heller, Irwin, 
assignors to Westinghouse Electric Corporation, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Fretting corrosion preventing means. 
2,597,055, Jlay 20. 

Bauer. Alfred, Le Locle, Switzerland. Stamping machine. 
2,589,6.59, Mar. 18. 

Bauer, Alfred, Le Locle. Switzerland. Equipment for strik- 
ing type characters. 2,612,836, Oct. 7. 

Bauer. Benjamin B., Oak Park, assignor to Shure 
Brothers, Incorporated, Chicago, 111. Phonograph 
stylus. 2,583.289, Jan. 22. 

Bauer. Benjamin B., Oak Park, assignor to Shure Brothers, 
Incorporated. Chicago, 111. Directional microphone. 
2,587,684. Mar. 4. 

Bauer. Clarence R., Irvington, N. J. Trap for intravenous 
in.iection apparatus. 2,597,699, May 20. 

Bauer. Dale A., assignee : See — 
Martone, Joseph. 

Bauer, Edmund S., Jr., Springfield, Mass., assignor to 
Monsanto Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo, Friction 
elements from the reaction product of melamine, form- 
aldehyde and toluene sulfonamide. 2,614.091, Oct. 14. 

Bauer, Edward L., Austin, Tex. Perpetual calendar. 
2.588,795, Mar. 11. 

Bauer. Ernest K., Meadville, Pa., assignor to American 
Viscose Corporation Wilmington, Del. Strand package 
arbor. 2,616,631, Nov. 4. 



Bauer, Ernest K., and W. E. James, Meadville, Pa., as- 
signors to American Viscose Corporation, Wilmington,^ 
Del. Bobbin cutter. 2,609,876, Sept. 9. 

Bauer, George C, Bayville, N, Y. Lamp vapoi'ize.r. 
2,588,471. Mar. 11. 

Bauer, George J. : See — 

Bremer, Frederick J., and Bauer. 

Bauer. Jordan V., Elmwood Park, and R. H. Curtis, St. 
Charles, 111. Filter element. 2.599,604, June 10. 

Bauer, La Verne N. : See — 

Neher, Harry T., Bauer, and Van Home. 
Neher, Harry T., Van Home, and Bauer. 

Bauer, La Verne N., and W. L. Van Home, Philadelphia, 
and H. T. Neher, Bristol, assignors to Rohm & Haas- 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Vinyl stearate allyl laurate 
copolymers. 2,600,382, June 17. 

Bauer, La Verne N., Philadelphia. H. T. Neher, BristoU 
and W. L. Van Home, assignors to Rohm & Haas Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Copolymers from allyl esters 
and methacrylic esters. 2,000,383, June 17. 

Bauer, La Verne N., I'hiladelphia, H. T. Neher, Bristol, 
and W. L. Van Home, assignors to Rohm & Haas Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Vinyl ester copolymers. 

2.600.384, June 17. 

Bauer, La Verne N., and W. L. Van Home, Philadelphia, 
and H. T. Neher, Bristol, assignors to Rohm & Haas 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Vinyl esters copolymers. 

2.600.385, June 17. 

Bauer, La Verne N., Philadelphia, H. T. Neher, Bristol, 
and W. L. Van Home, assignors to Rohm & Haas 
Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Maleate-vinyl laurate co- 
polymers. 2,600,386, June 17. 

Bauer, Oliver F., East Rochester, assignor to Gleason 
Works, Rochester, N. Y. Gear testing machine. 
2,582,408, Jan. 15. 

Bauer. Oscar W.. and J. W. Teter. Chicago, 111., assignors 
to Sinclair Refining Company, New York, N. Y. Insect 
repellents containing a chlorobutyroamide. 2,587,957, 
Mar. 4. 

Bauer, Russell E., Detroit, Mich. Measuring gauge. 
2,592,840, Apr. 15, 

Bauer, Russell L. : See — 

Adams, James P., Bauer, and Taylor. 

Bauer. Walter C. : See — 

Briggs, Southwick W., Bauer, and Ewbank. 

Bauerle, Paul J., Flushing, N. Y. Precision measuring 
tool. 2,594,844, Apr. 29. 

Bauerle, Robert, Chicago, and R. L. Wagner, Evanston, 
assignors to Bauerle and Wagner, Chicago, 111. Vibrat- 
ing car unloading device. 2,621,813, Dec. 16. 

Bauerle and Wagner, assignee : See — 
Bauerle, Robert, and Wagner. 

Bauernfeind, Jacob C. : See — 

Boruff, Clair S., Stone, Bauernfeind, and Garey. 

Bauger, Louis A. J., Vanves, assignor to Society Nationale 
d'Etude et de Construction de Moteurs d'Aviation, Paris, 
France. Gas turbine engine with resonating combustion 
chambers. 2,.593,523, Apr. 22. 

Bauger, Louis A. J., Vanves, assignor to Societe Nationale 
d'Etude et de Construction de Moteurs d'Aviation, 
Paris, France. Adjustable inlet device for compressors. 
2,606,713, Aug. 12. 

Baughan, Herbert A., Mount Olive, N. C. Dental matrix 
band. 2,607,117, Aug. 19. 

Baughman, George W., Swlssvale, Pa., assignor to West- 
inghouse Air Brake Company. Ground detecting appa- 
ratus. 2,623,107. Dec. 23. 

Baughman, John L., Milwaukee, Wis. Air-conditioning 
and vaporizing fan. 2,608,436, Aug. 26. 

Baughman, Ray G., Linton, assignor of one-half to R. H. 
Sherwood, Indianapolis, Ind. Coal drier. 2,619,739, 
Dec. 2. 

Baule, Gerhard H. J., Salina, N. Y. Transmission mecha- 
nism. 2 595,628, May 6. 

Baule, Gerhard H. J., assignor to Lipe-Rollway Corpora- 
tion, Syracuse, N. Y. Ejector mechanism for automatic 
bar feeds. 2,601,494, June 24. 

Baum. Frederick W., Scarsdale, N. Y., assignor to Mechan- 
ical Equipment Corp., Paterson, N. J. Dental mold 
tray. 2,611,959, Sept. 30. 

Baum, Joseph, New York, N. Y. Mounting means for tubu- 
lar members. 2,613,051, Oct. 7. 

Baum, W. A., Co., Inc., assignee : See — 
Baum, William A., and Hanafin. 

Baum, William A., Forest Hills, and B. M. Hanafin, Kew 
Gardens, assignors to W. A. Baum Co., Inc., New York, 
N. Y. Sphygmomanometer cuff. 2,618,269, Nov. 18. 

Bauman, Frank M. : See — 

Beyer, Henry O.. and Bauman. 

Bauman, Harold A., Forest Hills, and C. P. Xenis, Douglas- 
ton, N. Y. Cigarette lighter. 2,605,380. July 29. 

Bauman, Harold W., Chicago, and M. Sackter, Arlington 
Heights, assignors to Ampro Corporation, Chicago, 111, 
Magnetic instrument high-speed reel drive. 2,589,660, 
Mar. 18. 

Bauman, Jack L. : See — 

Blaydes, Frederick T., and Bauman. 

Bauman, William C, Hayward, Calif. Antiglare housing 
for head lamps. 2,584,1 81. Feb. 5. 

Bauman, William C, assignor to The Dow Chemical Com- 
pany, Midland. Mich. Production of alkali metal hy- 
droxides by exchange of ions. 2,606,098, Aug. 5. 



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Bauman, William C, and G. B. Heusted, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Anion ex- 
change resins and process. 2,001,202, June 17. 

JBauman, William C, and R. McKellar. assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Anion ex- 
change resins. 2,614,099. Oct. 14. 

Baumann, Alvin J., Reedsville, Wis. Window structure. 
2,607,962, Aug. 26. 

Baumann, Arnold W., Chicago, 111. Condensate separator. 
2,590,226, Mar. 25. 

Baumann, Arthur C, Philadelphia, Pa. Space heater. 
2,606,014, Aug. 5. 

Baumann, Edward W. Deming. N. Mex. Scarf joint for 
railroad rails. 2,598,101, May 27. 

Baumann, Fritz, Leverkusen-Bayerwerk, and B. Bienert, 
Leverkusen-Wiesdorf, assignors to Farbenfabriken Bayer, 
Leverkusen, Germany. Vat dyeing compositions, includ- 
ing a mixture of cobalt phthalocyanine dyes. 2,613,128, 
Oct. 7. 

Baumann, Harry P., Milwaukee, Wis. Protective device. 
2,601,426, June 24. 

Baumann, Werner, Paris, France. Two-stroke cycle 
internal-combustion engine. 2,594,845, Apr. 29. 

Baumat, A. G., assignee : tSee — 
Maculan, Kudolf. 

Baumbach, Edward W., Kirkwood, Mo. Foot brush. 
2,591,331, Apr. 1. 

Baumbach, Richard C, assignor of one-half to I. Frey, 
Cincinnati, Ohio. Marking garments for identification. 
2,610,419, Sept. 16. 

Baumberger, Walter E., San Francisco, Calif. Combina- 
tion game board and playing disk. 2,603,489, July 15. 

Baumberger, Willy : See — 

Miiller, Josef, Patry. Baumberger, and Klein. 

Baumeister, George R., Boston, assignor to Lacene Manu- 
facturing Company, Cambridge, Mass. Leather splitting 
method and apparatus. 2,583,924, Jan. 29. 

Baumer, Richard A., Huron, Ohio. Corner guide and line 
supporting device for masonry constructions. 
2,583,990. Jan. 29. 

Baumer, Stig G. A., Traneberg, Sweden, assignor to Ger- 
hard Ludvigsen, Oslo, Norway. Distance meter. 
2,606,367, Aug. 12. 

Baumgardner, Ross H. : See — 

Perry, Richard D., and Baumgardner. 

Baumgart, Elmer F., and G. E. Willard. Danville 111. Air 
compressor. 2.613,027. Oct. 7. 

Baumgartner, Cecil A., Maywood, N. J., and A. W. Fergu- 
son, Great Neck, N. Y., W. J. Koch, Midland Park, and 
R. A. Mutter, Hawthorne, assignors to Sipp-Eastwood 
Corporation, Paterson, N. J. Device for tensioning 
elongated flexible material. 2,608,362, Aug. 26. 

Baumgartner, Frederick N. : See — 

Lippincott, Samuel B., Baumgartner. and Yowell. 

Baumgartner, George R., South Euclid, Ohio, assignor to 
General Electric Company. Luminaire for elongated 
tubular lamps. 2,619,583, Nov. 25. 

Baumgartner, John R., assignor to Mercury Engineer- 
ing Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. Paper-cutting ap- 
paratus. 2,589,033, Mar. 11. 

Baumgartner, John R., Milwaukee, Wis. Paper web guide 
mechanism. 2,595,325, May 6. 

Baumgartner, John R., Milwaukee, Wis. Web feeding 
mechanism for carton blank forming machines. 
2,616,689, Nov. 4. 

Baumgartner, Luther L.. Hastings, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Compan.v, New York. N. Y. Herbicidal com- 
positions containing chlorinated aryl esters of aliphatic 
monocnrboxylic acids. 2.594.278. Apr. 29. 

Baumheckel, William M., Indianapolis, Ind. Apparatus 
for supplemental selective feeding of water and alcohol 
in an engine fuel feed device. 2,606,537, Aug. 12. 

Baunil, Martin A., assignee : Sec — 
Benke, William. 

Baur. Anthony A., Monroe, La. Necktie carrier. 

2.612.257, Sept. 30. 

Baur. Anthony A.. Monroe. La. Necktie press and holder. 

2. 012.258, Sept. 30. 

Baur, Fredrlc J., Wyoming, assignor to The Procter & 
Gamble Company, Cincinnati. Ohio. Mixed triglycerides. 
2,615.160, Oct. 21. 
Baur. Fredric J.. Wyoming, and W. Lange, assignors to 
The Procter & Gamble Company, Cincinnati. Ohio. 
Plastic shortenings and producing same. 2,614,937, Oct. 
21. 
Bausch, Evan J., and W. W. Mulanax, Hoyt, assignors 
to B-M-B Company, Inc.. Holton, Kans. Saw attach- 
ment for tractors. 2,588,953, Mar. 11. 
Bausch & Lomb Optical Company, assignee : See — 
Boughton, Olin W. 
Boughton, Olin W., and Filsinger. 
Gay, Fred G., Jr., and McCulloch. 
Jones, Burr W. 

Jones, Burr W., and Schelling. 
Levin, Aaron A. 
Stegeman, Raymond F. E. 
Street, DonaUl T. 
Turner, Arthur F. 
Turner, Arthur F., and Ullrich. 
Bawden, Henry H., and R. E. Jenkins, Granger, Utah. 
System and apparatus for handling grain. 2,613,799, 
Oct. 14. 



assignee : See- 



Langdon, 
2,598,489, 



Cen- 
May 



Baiter Brothers & Company Limited. 
Garnett, James C. 

Baxter, Don, Inc., assignee : See — 
Gossett, Fred C. 

Baxter. George E., Grand River, assignor to Diamond 
Alkali Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Making vinyl 
chloride. 2,585,911. Feb. 19. 

Baxter, James G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Formylating 
tocopherol material. 2,592,531, Apr. 15. 

Baxter, James G., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Treating 
tocopherols. 2,596,090, May 13. 

Baxter, James G., and H. M. Kascher, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, 
N. Y. Concentration of vitamin A esters. 2,584,662, 
Feb. 5. 

Baxter, Joseph. Jr., Franklin, assignor to The Black- 
Clawson Company, Hamilton, Ohio. Centrifugal sepa- 
rator. 2,622,795, Dec. 23. 

Baxter, Kirby, assignor, by mesne assignments, of one- 
half to E. M. White, Cleveland. Ohio. Safety ladder 
bracket. 2.615,665, Oct. 28. 

Baxter, Mason, San Francisco, assignor to J. D. Akins, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Heat insulating material. 
2,598,102, May 27. 

Baxter, Philip, Davyhulme, Manchester, England, assign- 
or to General Electric Company. Volt-ampere meter. 
2,614,139. Oct. 14. 

Baxter, Thomas R., Mount Vernon, Ohio, assignor to 
Shellmar Products Corporation. Chicago, 111. Colostomy 
device. 2,581,319. Jan. 1. 

Bayard, Robert T., Turtle Creek, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation East Pittsburgh, Pa. Ionization 
vacuum gauge. 2,60o,431, July 29. 

Bayer, Anna, North Haven, assignor to The Strouse, Adler 
Company, New Haven, Conn. Foundation garment. 
2,620,473, Dec. 9. 

Bayer, Charles H., Wynnewood, Pa., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Pivot end contact for electric dis- 
connecting switches. 2,610,276, Sept. 9. 

Bayer, Elton A., Sioux Falls, and L. D. 
tervlUe, S. Dak. Hand truck and lift. 
27. 

Bayer, Frank C. : See — 

Noon. T Cyril, and Bayer. 

Bayer, Oldfich : See — 

Vficlavik, Jaroslav, and Bayer. 

Bayer, Otto : See — 

Rickert. Hans F., Stein, and Bayer. 

Bayers, George W., assignee : See — 
Bayers, George W., Jr. 

Bayers, George W., Jr., assignor of one-half to G. W. 
Bayers, Denver, Colo. Carbonating machine. 2,606,749, 
Aug. 12. 

Bayes, Charles A.. Pettswood, England, assignor to Trico 
Products Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Windscreen wiper. 
2.596,197, May 13. 

Bayes, Charles A., Pettswood, and J. Boddy, Hayes, Eng- 
land, assignors to Trico Products Corporation, Buf- 
falo. N. Y. Windscreen wiper. 2,602,178. June 8. 

Bayhi, Joseph F., and J. T. Baker, Tulsa. Okla., as- 
signors to Standard Oil Development Company. Seis- 
mic prospecting with optimum geophone coverage. 
2,623,113, Dec. 23. 

Bayless, Frederick B., Midland, Tex., assignor to Phillips 

Petroleum Company. Hydraulic torque indicator. 

2.593,000. Apr. 15. 
Bayley, Lee D., Springfield. Ohio. Reversible 

sliding window attachment for guard 

2,616,532, Nov. 4. 

Baymlller, John W.. Jlanheim Township, 

County, assignor to Armstrong Cork Company, Lan- 
caster, Pa. Manufacture of fiber gasket material. 
2.588.340. Mar. 11. 

Bayshore Industries, Inc., assignee : See — 
Mafko, Rudolf. 

Bayston, John R., Los Angeles. 
2,610,803, Sept. 16. 

Bayuk, Robert R., and J. A. Mileti, 
tomatic liquid extraction valve 
2.595,222, May 6. 

Bazhaw. Willis O.. Tulsa, Okla. Apparatus and method 
of surveying elevations. 2,616.177, Nov. 4. 

Beach, Beniamin F.. Fairway, Kans. Knockdown display 
rack. 2.600,191. June 10. 

Beach. Harold W., Fort Wayne, Ind., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Farnsworth Research Corporation. 
Saw-tooth voltage generator. 2,604,591, July 22. 

Beach, John M. : See — 

Etten, Nicholas L., and Beach. 

Beach, Justice H., Canton, assignor to The Hoover Com- 
pany. North Canton, Ohio. Electric iron. 2,597,700, 
May 20. 

Beach, Lennox F. : See — 

Braddon, Frederick D., Beach. Delanty. and Vacnuier. 

Beach, Leland K., Mountainside. N. J., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Oxidation of dicyclic 
hydrocarbons. 2,581.068, Jan. 1. 

Beachnm. Thomas E., London, England. Filter. 
2,598,210, May 27. 



vertically 
windows. 

Lancaster 



Calif. Ice cracker. 

Jr.. Dayton, Ohio. Au- 
for gas storage tanks. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Beachler, Robert R., Jr., Santa Monica, and J. M. Ober- 
holtzer, Los Angeles, Calif., assignors to the United 
States of America as represented by the Secretary of 
the Air Force. Aircraft gun port opening and closing 
device controlled by gun temperature. 2,608,134, 
Aug. 26. 

Beacon Machine Works, assignee : See — 
Booth, Leon. 

Beacom, Robert : See — 

Drissner. Alfred E.. and Beacom. 

Beadle, Ray W., Denver, Colo. Door fastener. 2,588,077, 
Mar. 4. 

Beadle, Robert H., Beloit, Wis., assignor to Fairbanks, 
Morse & Co., Chicago, 111. Torsional vibration pickup. 
2,612,773. Oct. 7. 

Beadles, Lyle E. : See — 

Wright. Stephen A., and Beadles. 

Beal, Carl L., Garden City, assignor to Ideal Latex 
Corporation, Hollis, N. Y. Doll body construction. 
2,622,369, Dec. 23. 

Beal, .Tames F., assignor, by mesne assignments, to Ren- 
frew Electric and Refrigerator Co. Limited. Renfrew, 
Ontario, Canada. Pilot light lamp and socket structure. 
2,599,361, June 3. 

Beale, Charles E., Liverpool. England, assignor to Auto- 
matic Electric Laboratories Inc., Chicago 111. Voice- 
frequency telephone signaling system. 2,594,719, Apr. 

Beali, Benjamin S., Radnor Township, and J. A. Oppel 
Aldan, Pa., assignors to General Electric Company. 
Circuit restorer. 2,619,562, Nov. 25. 

Beall, Charles R., La Grange, assignor to West Point 
Manufacturing Company, West Point, Ga. Positive 
letoff mechanism for looms. 2,609,007, Sept 2 

Beall,_ Desmond, Westmount, and G. A. Grant, Montreal, 
assignors to Ayerst, McKenna & Harrison, Limited, St 
Laurent, Quebec, Canada. 2-aminopyridine salt of 
estrone sulfate. 2,581,350, Jan. 8. 

Beall. Frank H.. deceased. Detroit, Mich. ; L. V B Beall 
executrix of F. H. Beall, assignor to L. V. B. Beall De- 
troit, Mich. Rotary gas compressor. 2,617 582 Nov 11 

^o^l'm^^/rJ'^S* J^A- Sumter, N. C. Automatic faucet! 
2,610,019, Sept. 9. 

Beall, Lois V. B., executrix : See — 
Beall, Frank H. 

Beam, James R., assignor to Universal-Rundle Corpora- 
tion, New Castle, Pa. Lavatory hanger. 2,584 107. 
Feb. 5. 

Beam, Jon, Blue Ridge, Ga., assignor to Universal Oil 
Products Company, Chicago, 111. Flow control of 
particles in fluidized processing. 2,584 378 Feb 5 

Beam, Jon, Blue Ridge, Ga., assignor to Universal Oil 
Products Company, Chicago, 111. Apparatus for re- 
covery of finely divided particles. 2,593 718 Apr 22 
2613 6°o'8 00^14^'*^^^' ^^' '^'^'"'''^^ buoyancy pump! 

Beam, Richard L. : See — 

Prugh, Thomas A., and Beam. 

Beaman Bernard, J. Hulman, and R. A. Stein, Dayton • 
said Beaman and said Stein assignors to said Hulman. 
Two-stage hydraulic pressure pump. 2,604,047, July 

Beaman, Bernard, J. Hulman and R. A. Stein, Dayton, 
Ohio ; said Beaman and said Stein, assignors to said 
Hulman. Pump. 2,608,158 Aug. 26 

Beaman, Ralph G.. Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to E I du 
Pont de Nemours & Company. Wilmington Del Acrylo- 
nitnle polymer compositions. 2,580,393 Jan 1 

plows'. l619:885,°DeT2!'"'' °^'°- ^"""""P ^'°' *'^^*°' 

Bean Calvin. Sykesville. Pa. Composite wool and leather 

sock. 2,617,992, Nov. 18. 
Bean, Donald, San Jose, Calif. Combined slingshot and 

arrow catapult. 2,610,620, Sept. 16. 

''o^'o??^?,''k ^^^ •'"^'^' Calif. Tip for darts and arrows. 
2,0^0.190, Dec. 2. 

Bean, Frederic R. : See — 

Donovan. Thomas S.. and Bean. 
Vaughn. Remsen S., and Bean. 

Bean, Frederic R.. and H. D. Russell, assignors to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y Naphthyl 
hydrazine sulfonic acids in direct positive photographic 
processes. 2.604,400. July 22 

Bean, Fremond F., Grand Ronde, Oreg. Hydraulic reach 
tightener. 2,614,864, Oct. 21. 

Bean, Louis A., Indian Hills, Colo. Reel seat for fishing 
rods. 2,592,109, Apr. 8. 

Bear Archery Company, assignee : See — 
Bear, Frederick B. 

Bear, Frederick B., Detroit, assignor to Bear Archery Com- 
pany, Grayling, Mich. Glass fiber-reinforced archery 
bow. 2,613,660, Oct. 14. 

Bear Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 
Hermann, Henry E. 
Hermann, Henrv E., and Krause. 
Holaday, Harold O. 
Wochner, Henry. 

Bearce, Edson E.. Seattle, Wash. Machine for riving 

shakes. 2,616.461, Nov. 4. 
Beard, Edward S., Spring City, assignor of one-half to 

Le Roy Krasley, Royersford, Pa. Cloth handling and 

transferring means. 2,619.347. Nov. 25. 



Beard, Ernest G., Willoughby, New South Wales, Australia, 
assignor to Hartford National Bank and Trust Com- 
pany, Hartford, Conn., as trustee. Wave length modu- 
lator. 2,601,427, June 24. 

Beard, Joseph G., Haddonfield, and N. J. Oman, Mer- 
chantville, N. .T., assignors to Radio Corporation of 
America. Frequency control circuit. 2,584,780, Feb. 5. 

Beard, Joseph G., Haddonfield, R. W. Harralson, Mason- 
ville, N. J., and A. Kreithen, Washington, D. C, as- 
signors to Radio Corporation of America. Servo system> 
with antihunt means. 2,617,084, Nov. 4. 

Beardsell, Wallace A., East Natick, and W. H. Hay, 
Beverly, Mass., assignors to Monsanto Chemical Com- 
pany, St. Louis, Mo. Liquid distributing device, 
2,584,960, Feb. 5. 

Beardsley, Kenneth D., Pittsfield, Mass., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Equalizer winding for five-legged 
three-phase cores. 2,595,753, May 6. 

Beardsley, Melville W., Venice, and R. L. Brunsing, San 
Francisco, Calif. Apparatus and method for precooling 
material by vacuum-induced evaporation. 2,621,492, 
Dec. 16. 

Beardsley, Robert O., and J. A. Allan, assignors to Jones 
& Lamson Machine Company, Springfield, Vt. Com- 
parator for testing turbine blades and the like. 
2,621.556, Dec. 16. 

Beare. Leonard E., Lansing. 111., assignor to Sinclair Re- 
fining Company, New York, N. Y. Mineral oil composi- 
tions. 2,594,279, Apr. 29. 

Beare, Leonard E., Lansing, 111., M. P. Kleinholz, East 
Chicago, Ind., and W. S. Hoock, St. Louis, Mo., assignors 
to Sinclair Refining Company, New York, N. Y. Mineral 
oil compositions. 2,619,462, Nov. 25. 

Beare, Leonard E., Lansing, 111., M. P. Kleinholz, East 
Chicago, Ind., and W. S. Hoock, St. Louis, Mo., assignors 
to Sinclair Refining Company, New York, N. Y. Sulfur- 
ized condensation products. 2,619,482, Nov. 25. 

Bearer, Louis C, and G. Hill. Bartlesville, Okla., assignors 
to Phillips Petroleum Company. High-temperature 
solid material-fluid contact apparatus and method of 
operation. 2,621,105, Dec. 9. 

Bearup, Roswell D., Colorado Springs, Colo. Woodsaw- 
ing machine and shaper attachment therefor. 2,615,479. 
Oct. 28. 

Beatman, Dorothy, Chicago, 111. Suction and flushing mas- 
sage device. 2.612,892, Oct. 7. 

Beaton & Cadwell Mfg. Co., Inc., The, assignee : See — 
Work, Erich W. 

Beaton, George, and Son Limited, assignee : See — 
Young, Frederick C. 

Beatrice Creamery Company, assignee : See — 
More. Robert W. 

Beatrice. Gabriel C, Shrewsbury, assignor to Crompton & 
Knowles Loom Works, Worcester. Mass. Bunter for 
weft replenishing looms. 2,593,833. Apr. 22. 

Beatrice, Gabriel C, Shrewsbury, assignor to Crompton 
& Knowles Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Pneumatic 
thread holder for weft replenishing looms. 2,609,846, 
Sent. 9. 

Beatrice, Gabriel C. Shrewsbury, and K. J. Hall, as- 
signors to Crompton & Knowles Loom Works, Worcester, 
Mass. Mounting for bobbin receiver for weft replen- 
ishing looms. 2.585.426, Feb. 12. 

Beatrice. Gabriel C, Shrewsbury, and A. C. Krukonis,^ 
Auburn, assignors to Crompton & Knowles Loom Works, 
Worcester, Mass. Pneumatic thread remover. 2,595,629, 
May 6. 

Beatrice, Gabriel C, Shrewsbury, and K. J. Hall, assignors 
to Crompton & Knowles Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. 
Pneumatic holder for weft ends. 2,619,992, Dec. 2. 

Beattie, Arthur, San Bernardino, Calif. Manually oper- 
ated slicing machine. 2,618,061, Nov. 18. 

Beattie. Horace S. : See — 

Rabenda. Edward J.. Page, and Beattie. 

Beattv Bros. Limited, assignee : See — 
Beatty, William G. 

Beatty, Brook, Kansas City, Mo. Bracket and holder 
for inverted container of bulk material with means for 
dispensing measured quantities of said material. 
2,584,781, Feb. 5. 

Beatty, Charles G., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor, b.y mesne 
assignments, to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of the Navy. Measuring appa- 
ratus. 2.601,678, .Tune' 24. 

Beatty, Guy M., Bakersfield, Calif. Mud box. 2,610,690, 
Sept. 16. 

Beatty, Isaac C, III, La Fayette, Ind. Nitrogen contain- 
ing organic compounds. 2.620,350, Dec. 2. 

Beatty, Isaac C, III, La Fayette, Ind. Tribenzoates of 
triallcylolamines. 2,620,351, Dec. 2. 

Beatty, Isaac C, III, La Fayette, Ind. Di-amlno benzoates 
of methyldiethanolamine. 2,620.352, Dee. 2. 

Beatty, Robert D., Jr., Shaker Heights, Ohio. Bearing 
assembly unit. 2,620.242, Dec. 2. 

Beatty, Robert D., Jr., Shaker Heights, assignor to Manor 
Die Cast Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. Antifriction 
bearing assembly. 2,620,243, Dec. 2. 

Beatty, Robert D., Jr., Shaker Heights, Ohio, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to The Fafnir Bearing Company, 
New Britain, Conn. Pillow block. 2,620,244, Dec. 2. 

Beatty, William G., assignor to Beatty Bros. Limited, Fer- 
gus, Ontario, Canada. Corner post for sectional stalls. 
2,610,830, Sept. 16. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Tex. Downdraft hot-air 



Sun visor. 2,620,222, 



Child's coasting 
Fire extinguisher. 



time 



Beauchamp, John H., Houston, 
furnace. 2,603,208, July 15. 

Beauchamp, Mary E., Wayne, Mich. 
Dec. 2. 

Beauchamp, Wilfred A., Chicago, 111., assignor to The 
Youngstown Steel Door Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Laterally movable door. 2,605,515, Aug. 5. 

Beauchamp, Wilfred A., Chicago, 111., assignor to The 
Toungstown Steel Door Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Railway hatch cover and locking means therefor. 
2,586,601, Feb. 19. 

Beauchemin. Leo A., Windsor, Ontario, Canada. Form 
dressing device. 2,617,403, Nov. 11. 

Beaudet, Julian F.. Lake George, N. Y. Cement bonded 
natural cellulose aggregate impregnated with cured 
synthetic resin and making the same. 2,594,280, Apr. 
29. 

Beaufoy, Raymond, assignor to British Telecommunica- 
tions Research Limited, Taplow, England. Signal gen- 
erator. 2,585,079, Feb. 12. 

Beaulieu, Anede : See — 

Pilon, Joseph L., and Beaulieu. 

Beaulieu, Ezra J., and R. E. Thompson, Downers Grove, 
111., assignors to Western Electric Company, Incorpo- 
rated, New York, N. Y. Wire stripping pliers. 2,585,080, 
Feb. 12. 

Beaumont Birch Company, assignee : See — 
Addison, Edward C. 
Hale, William E. 

Beaumont, Edgar : See — 

Hardacre, William, and Beaumont. 

Beaune, Virgile S., assignor to Societe des Precedes Serge 
Beaune, Creteil. France. Authenticating means for 
documents. 2,604,710. July 29. 

Beaunit Mills. Inc., assignee : See — 
Hofmann, Hugo. 
Reynolds, James L. 

Beaupre, Merle A.. Santa Monica. Calif., assignor to North 
American Aviation. Inc. Spinner seal and fairing. 
2,614,638, Oct. 21. 

Beauregard. Charles, Providence, R. I. 
device. 2.581,572, Jan. 8. 

Beauregard, Theodore, Stamford, Conn. 
2,621.746, Dec. 16. 

Beaurline, Arthur W. : See — 

Kraft, Selmer A., and Beaurline. 

Beautense. M Georges, New York, N. Y. Variable 
sequential operated switch. 2,616,000, Oct. 28. 

Beautiful Bryans, Inc., assignee : See — 
Cobert, Arthur J. 

Beauverger, Andrg R., Beziers, France. Welder's protec- 
tion means. 2.618.781, Nov. 25. 

Beaven. Clifford H. J. : See — 

Dell. Hugh A.. Caple, and Beaven. 

Beaver, David J., Richmond Heights, assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Mercapto thiazole- 
sulfur halide reaction products. 2,609,373, Sept. 2 

Beaver, David J., St. Albans. W. Va.. assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis. Mo. Vulcanizing rubber 
and products thereof. 2.582,670, Jan. 15. 

Beaver. Hartsell W., Blakely, Ga., assignor to Turner 
Manufacturing Company. Statesville. N. C. Peanut har- 
vesting apparatus. 2,593,383, Apr. 15. 

Beaver, John F., Osborn, Ohio. Plating copper. 2 602 774 
July 8. 

Beaver Pipe Tools. Inc., assignee : See — 
Pealer, Robert B. 

Beavers, William F., Belen, N. Mex. Slicing machine 
with station,-iry knife and reciprocating carrier 
2,604.915, July 29. 

Beavis, Rudolph H., Branford. Conn., assignor to Olin In- 
dustries, Inc. Flat casing electric hand lamp and switch 
therefor. 2,618,737, Nov. 18. 

Beber, Adolph J., Copley. Ohio, assignor to The B F. Good- 
rich Company. New York. N. Y. 4-quinazoline sulfen- 
amides. 2.594,381, Apr. 29. 

Bebinger, Charles N., New Philadelphia, Ohio, assignor to 
Joy Manufacturing Company. Pittsburgh. Pa Shaker 
conveyer loading apparatus. 2,607.466 Aug 19 

Bebinger, Charles N., New Philadelphia. Ohio, assignor to 
Joy Manufacturing Company. Guide for oscillatory 
loading head. 2,614,677. Oct. 21. 

Bebinger, Charles N.. New Philadelphia, Ohio, assignor 
to Joy Manufacturing Company. Shaker loader. 
2.617.514. Nov. 11. 

Bebry Bedding Corporation, assignee : See — 
Bebry, Peter P., and Jetter. 

Bebry, Peter P., and F. J. Jetter, Jamaica, assignors to 
Bebry Bedding Corporation, Long Island City, N. Y. 
Sofa bed hinge. 2.601.683. Julv 1. 

Beccard, Eldon H., Nebraska Citv, Nebr. Power shaft 
attachment for tractors. 2,580,721, Jan. 1. 

Bechberger, Paul F. : See — 

Hargreaves, William, and Bechberger. 

Bechberger, Paul F.. Tenafly, and J. D. Peterson, Ridge- 
wood, assignors to Bendix Aviation Corporation. Teter- 
boro. N. J. Engine synchronization means. 2.614.392 
Oct. 21. . . , 

Becher, Hubert L., Trenton, assignor to Homasote Com- 
pany, Incorporated, Fernwood, N. J. Fire resistant 
sheet material. 2,611,694, Sept. 23. 

Bechik, Joseph. St. Paul. Minn. Adjustable fishline 
dobber. 2.593.524. Apr. 22. 



Bechik, Michael, assignor to Bechik Products, Inc., St. 
Paul, Minn. Handle for mattresses and the like. Re. 
23,590, Dec. 2. 
Bechik, Michael, assignor to Bechik Products, Inc., St. 
Paul, Minn. Mattress handle assembly. 2,595,326, 
May 6. 
Bechik Products, Inc., assignee : See — 

Bechik, Michael. 
Bechler, AndrS. Moutier. Switzerland. Appliance for 
automatic lathes. 2,604.691, July 29. 

Bechler. Andrfi, Moutier, Switzerland. Bearing assembly 
for pivoted bodies. 2,617,691, Nov. 11. 

Bechler, Andr4, Moutier, Switzerland. Automatic turret 
lathe. 2,618.841, Nov. 25. 

Bechler, Andre, Moutier, Switzerland. Accessory for 
automatic lathes. 2,619,711, Dec. 2. 

Bechler, Andrg, Moutier, Switzerland. Tool setting device 
for machine tools. 2,619,863. Dec. 2. 

Bechler, Andr6, R. AUenbach, and A. Bueche, assignors to 
Andrg Bechler, S. A., Moutier, Switzerland. Bar guiding 
device for automatic lathes. 2,619,712, Dec. 2. 

Bechler, AndrS, S. A., assignee : See — 

Bechler, Andr5, AUenbach, and Bueche. 

Bechman Instruments, Inc., assignee : See — 
Miller, William C. 

Bechman, William O., Chicago, 111., assignor to Inter- 
national Harvester Company. Lubricating system on 
track roller. 2,614,006, Oct. 14. 

Bechman, William 0., Chicago, and P. F. Richardson, 
Downers Grove, 111., assignors to International Har- 
vester Company. Clutch actuating device. 2,621,538, 
Dec. 16. 

Bechtel, Victor, Albuquerque. N. Mex. Adjustable nose 
bridge supports for bifocal spectales. 2,622,477, Dec. 
23. 

Bechtelheimer. Ernest E., assignee : See — 
Leavitt. Jack C. 

Bechter, Hermann, Zurich, Switzerland. Stretching the 
cloth web in weft direction in looms. 2,594.846, Apr. 29. 

Bechter. Lyle W.. South Gate, assignor to Rheem Manu- 
facturing Company. San Francisco, Calif. Flux dam 
for galvanizing kettles. 2.580,394, Jan. 1. 

Bechtold, Edwin W., Forest Hills, N. Y., assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, Teterboro, N. .T. Three-compo- 
nent wide-angle camera objective. 2,623,434, Dec. 30. 

Bechtold. Ira C., Whittier, F. M. Stephens, Los Angeles, 
and C. Newman, Hollywood, assignors to The Fluor 
Corporation. Ltd., Los Angeles, Calif. Determination 
and correction of vibrations in gas compressor lines. 
2.604.781. July 29. 

Bechtold. Ira C, Whittier, and A. L. Kohl, assignors to 
The Fluor Corporation, Ltd., Los Angeles, Calif. Ex- 
traction of high acidic concentrations from gases. 
2.607,657. Aug. 19. 

Bechtold, Max F., Kennett Square, Pa., and H. M. Stark, 
assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Producing alumina hydrate sols. 
2,590,833, Apr. 1. 

Bechtold. Robert H. : See — 

Rees, Frank X., and Bechtold. 

Beck August H.. Jr., San Antonio, Tex. Pier hole exca- 
vator. 2,594.720, Apr. 29. 

Beck, Clarence E., Tipton, Ind. Portable hydraulic jack. 
2,605,998. Aug. 5. 

Beck, Derwood A., Seville, and E. A. Eddy. Massillon, 
assignors to Goodyear Aircraft Corporation. Akron, 
Ohio. Jet-propelled airplane with jettisonable wing- 
tip fuel tanks. 2.584,961. Feb. 5. 

Beck, George H., Maplewood. and J. Z. Foris, Union. 
N. J. Work clamp. 2,587.025, Feb. 26. 

Beck, Harry E., assignee : See — 
Messick. George G. 

Beck, Harry S., Minneapolis, Minn. Support. 2,603,394, 
July 15. 

Beck, Henry E.. Racine, Wis.. J. C. .Tozwik, State College, 
N. Mpx., and W. J. Innes, Racine, Wis., assignors to J. I. 
Case Company. Corn husker roll. 2,610,634, Sept. 16. 

Beck, Horace C, assignee : See — 
Galusha. Earl E. 

Beck. Howard G., Irwin, Pa,, assignor to The General 
Tire and Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio, Trunk seal 
gasket, 2.622.286. Dec. 23. 

Beck, Howard G„ W.Tbash, Ind,, assignor to The General 
Tire and Rubber Company, xlkron, Ohio, Refrigerator 
g.TSket and seal, 2,607,966, Aug, 26. 

Beck, Howard G., Wabash, Ind,, assignor to The General 
Tire and Rubber Company. Akron, Ohio. Weather strip 
and refrigerator gasket. 2,615,212, Oct. 28. 

Beck. Leslie R. D., Birmingham, Enffland. Fixing photo- 
graph on glass, 2,593.390, Apr. 22. 

Beck, Lester E., Danville, and L. R. Callaway, Burlington, 
Iowa. Posthole digger. 2,593,245, Apr. 15. 

Beck, Mae L., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours and 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Preparing condensation 
polymers of hydroxy acetic acid. 2,585,427, Feb. 12. 

Beck, Martin A., York, Pa. Rust remover for cooling sys- 
tems of automobile engines. 2.591,228, Apr. 1. 

Beck. Nevitt S.. Euclid, Ohio. Sanitary garment. 
2,595,507, May 6. 

Beck, Norman, assignor to The Crown Cork Company 
Limited, Southall, England. Labeling machine. 
2,583,807. Jan. 29. 



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Beck, Norman, s'^signor to Tlie Crown Cork Company 
Limited, Souvoall, England. Labeling machine. 
2,597,431, May 20. 

Beck, Robert F., Paterson, assignor to Bendix Aviation 
Corporation, Teterboro, N. J. Valve. 2,590,368, Mar. 
25. 

Beck, Roland D., assignor to Ideal Industries, Inc., Syca- 
more, 111. Tank type cleaner. 2,616, 517, Nov. 4. 

Beck, Warren R., Mahtomedi, assignor to Minnesota Min- 
ing & Manufacturing Company, St. Paul, Minn. Reflex- 
reflector lens elements. 2,610,922, Sept. 16. 

Beck, William R., assignor to Goodman JIanufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Shuttle car. 2,588,341, Mar. 11. 

Beck, William R., assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, IlL Shuttle car. 2,592,532, Apr. 15. 

Beck, William R., assignor to Goodman manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Driven dirigible wheel mount- 
ing for coal mine haulage vehicles. 2,602,518, July 8. 

Beck, William R., assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Shuttle car. 2,609,116, Sept. 2. 

Beckdahl, Walter A. : See — 

Walkup, Lewis E., Copley, and Beckdahl. 

Beckel, Arthur C, and J. C. Cowan, Peoria, 111., assignors 
to the United States of America as represented by the 
Secretary of Agriculture. Continuous recycling of an 
alcoholic oil solvent in oil extraction. 2,584,108, 
Feb. 5. 

Beckel, Arthur C, and J. C. Cowan, Peoria, and P. A. 
Belter, Pekin, 111., assignors to the United States of 
America as represented by the Secretary of Agriculture. 
Bonding using heat sealing protein adhesives. 2,600,388, 
June 17. 

Beckemeier, George W. P. : See — 

Murphy, John E., Beckemeier, and Couture. 

Becker, Arthur, Wetzlar, Germany. Preparation of vac- 
cine manures for agricultural soils. 2,608.480, Aug. 26. 

Becker, Francis N., Cleveland, and C. de V. Miller. Rocky 
River, assignors to The American MonoRail Company, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Electrified trolley track. 2,605,365, 
July 29. 

Becker, Fred F., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Principal Stamping & Mfg. Corp., Chicago. 111. Stand 
for music racks and the like. 2,604.289, July 22. 

Becker, Glenn C, assignor to Vacuum Can Company, Chi- 
cago, 111. Temperature regulating water circulator for 
molding presses and other purposes. 2,598,966. June 3. 

Becker, Glenn C, assignor to Vacuum Can Company, 
Chicago, 111. Discharge spout construction for insulated 
storage containers. 2.620,945, Dec. 9. 

Becker. Harold A., La Grange, assignor to Universal Oil 
Products Company, Chicago, 111. Heating apparatus. 
2.622.853, Dec. 23. 

Becker. Harold A., La Grange, assignor to Universal Oil 
Products Company, Chicago. III. Heating of fluids. 
2,613,654, Oct. 14. 

Becker, Harry W., Chicago, 111. High fidelity amplifier. 
2.595,443, Mav 6. 

Becker, Harry W., Chicago, 111. Amplifier. 2,595,444, 
May 6. 

Becker. Howard I., Vischers Ferry, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Magnetic clutch. 2,605,876, 
Aug. 5. 

Becker. Howard I., Vischers Ferry, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Lubricated hermetically sealed 
rotating equipment. 2,617.494. Nov. 11. 

Becker. John. Irvington, N. J. Drill point grinder. 
2.612,012, Sept. 30. 

Becker, John E., Darlington Township, Durham County, 
Ontario. Canada. Fluid circulation controls for rotary 
pump and turbine fluid couplings. 2.582,952. Jan. 22. 

Becker. John E., Darlington, assignor to Atlas Polar 
Company Limited, Toronto. Ontario. Canada. Revers- 
ible rotary fluid coupling. 2.622.712, Dec. 23. 

Becker, Karl H., assignor to Philco Corporation, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. Mounting apparatus for loud-speakers and 
the like. 2.595.562, May 6. 

Becker, Lawrence A., Marble Hill N. Y. 
juster. 2,590,919, Apr. 1. 

Becker. Maximilian C., East Orange, 
2.585,619. Feb. 12. 

Becker, Maximilian C, East Orange, N. J. Clothespin. 
2.600,091. June 10. 

Becker, Philip D., Hingham, assignor 
Fastener Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. 
tener driving tool for two-step operation. 
Jan. 15. 

Becker. Philip D.. Hingham. assignor to United-Carr 
Fastener Corporation. Cambridge. Mass. Shear re- 
sistant buckle assembly. 2.585.894, Feb. 12. 

Becker, Philip D., Hingham, assignor to United-Carr Fas- 
tener Corporation. Cambridge. Mass. Friction hinge. 
2.610.355. Sept. 16. 

Becker, Philip D., Hingham, assignor to United-Carr Fas- 
tener Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. Hubcap. 
2,615,759, Oct. 28. 

Becl<er, Ralph W. : See — 

Lundvall. Elmer E.. Becker, and Eckstein. 

Becker. Stanley C, New Castle, Ind. Saw handle. 
2.609.020, Sept. 2. 

Becker. Stephen P. : See — 

Schoonmaker, Raymond B., Becker, and Wongen. 

Becker, William O.. Ozone Park, N. Y., assignor to Mergen- 
thaler Linotype Company. Pot mouthpiece wiper. 
2,594,613. Apr. 29. 



Clothesline ad- 
N. J. Buckle. 



to United-Carr 
Triggered fas- 
2,582.578, 



Beckerman, Joseph, Kew Gardens, N. Y. Slider for slide 
fasteners. 2,608,734, Sept. 2. 

Beckerman, Louis, assignor to M. Beckerman & Sons, Inc., 
Auburn. Maine. Shank piece. 2,606,374, Aug. 12. 

Beckerman, M., & Sons, Inc., assignee : See — 
Beckerman, Louis. 

Beckman Instruments, Inc., assignee : See — 
Cary, Henry H., Hawes, and George. 

Beckett, Donald E. and W. N., assignors of one-fourth to 
H. W. Harcum and one-fourth to J. B. Harcum, Wil- 
mington, Ohio. Valve. 2,586,906, Feb. 26. 

Becliett, Donald B. and W. N., assignors of one-fourth to 
H. W., and one-fourth to J. B. Harcum, Wilmington, 
Ohio. Pneumatic impact device. 2,604,072, July 22. 

Beckett, Leo G., Henderson, Ky., assignor to Seeger 
Refrigerator Company, St. Paul, Minn. Adjustable 
shelf construction for refrigerator cabinets. 2,604,375, 
July 22. 

Beckett, Leo G., Henderson. Ky., assignor to Seeger Re- 
frigerator Company, St. Paul, Minn. Ad.iustable shelf 
construction for refrigerator cabinets. 2,620,254, Dec. 2. 

Beckett, Leo G., Henderson, Ky., assignor to Seeger Re- 
frigerator Company, St. Paul, Minn. Ad.iustable shelf 
construction for refrigerator cabinets. 2,620,255, Dec. 2. 

Beckett, Reginald W., Elyria, Ohio. Oil burner of the 
atomizing type. 2.599,153. June 3. 

Beckett, Ronald C. Gait. Ontario, assignor to Kralinator 
Products Limited. Preston, Ontario, Canada. Oil filter. 
2.589,920. Mar. 18. 

Beckett, Ronald C, Gait, Ontario, Canada. Crankcase 
ventilator valve. 2,592,380, Apr. 8. 

Beckett, Ronald C, Gait, Ontario, Canada. Crankcase 
ventilator. 2.604,186, July 22. 

Rpckptt, William N. : See — 

Beckett, Donald E. and W. N. 

Beckham, Robert R., assignor to Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass 
Company. Toledo, Ohio. Preparing a plastic sheet. 
2..593.405. Apr. 22. 

Beckham. Robert R., assignor to Libbey-Owens-Ford Glass 
Company, Toledo. Ohio. Glare-reducing windshield. 
2.593,525, Apr. 22. 

Beckius. Ivar. and H. Lindstrom, assignors to Allmanna 
Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget, Vasteras, Sweden. In- 
duction heating. 2,599,086. June 3. 

Beckius, Ivar. and H. Lindstrom. assignors to Allmanna 
Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget, Vasteras, Sweden. 
High-frequency heating tool. 2,606,997 Aug. 12. 

Beckman. Arnold O.. Altadena, and J. D. McCulloueh. Los 
Angeles. Calif., said McCullough assignor to said Beck- 
man. Recording apparatus for recording gas concentra- 
tions in the atmosphere. 2.613.126, Oct. 7. 

Beckman, Arnold O.. Altadena. H. H. Herd. South Pasa- 
dena, and A. D. Robinson, Pasadena, Calif., assignors 
to the United States of America as represented by the 
United States Atomic Energy Commission. Dosimeter. 
2.613,327. Oct. 7. 

Beckman, August H., Sciota, Pa. Guard or protector for 
poultry service utensils. 2.584,782. Feb. 5. 

Beckman Instruments, Inc., assignee : See — 

Gary, Henry H., Hawes, Stickney, and George. 

Beckwith Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 
Ernst. Wentworth A. 
Harrison, Raymond B. 
Levy, Herman C. 

Beckwith. Raymond A., assignor to Koehring Company, 
Milwaukee. Wis. Transmission. 2.582.220. Jan. 15. 

Beckwith. Raymond A., assignor to Koehring Company, 

Milwaukee. Wis. Clutch. 2.610,717. Sept. 16. 
Beelxwith, Sterling, Wauwatosa, and E. C. Koenig. Wau- 
kesha, assignors to Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Com- 
pany. Jfilwauliee, Wis. Electric analogue computer. 
2.609.988. Sept. 9. 

Beckwith. Sterling, Milwaukee, and W. F. King, 
Wauwatosa. assisnors to Allis-Chalmers Manufactur- 
ing Company. Milwaukee. Wis. Dynamoelectric ma- 
chine with resilientlv supported stator. 2,611,797, 
Sept. 23. 

Becorit-Grubenansbau G. m. b. H., assignee : See — 
Kowalski, Hellmnt, 

Be.cton Dickinson and Company, assignee : See — 
Smoot. John H. 

Beddow. Sidney B., Linden, N. J., assignor to Standard 
Oil Develonment Company. Purification of alcoholic 
liniiid. 2.586.602 Feb. 19. 

Bedell. Karl L. : See— 

HoUingsworth. John H., and Bedell. 

Bedell. Karl L., Pasadena, and J. H. HoUingsworth, 
Altadena, assignors to Holly Manufacturing Co., Pasa- 
dena, Calif. Register for wall heaters. 2,621,580, 
Dec. 16. 

Beder. Samuel L.. assignor to Irwin P. Mills Associates, 
New York. N. Y. Window lock. 2,597,056, May 20. 

Bedford. Alda V. : See — 

Sziklai, George C. and Bedford. 

Bedford. Alda V., Princeton. N. J., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Combined amplitude and fre- 
quency discriminatory automatic gain control. 
2,586.760, Feb. 19. 

Bedford, Alda V.. Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Registration monitoring. 

2.594.382. Apr. 29. 

Bedford. Alda V.. Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Registration monitoring. 

2.594.383, Apr. 29. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



57 



Bedford, Alda V., Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Color television. 2,602,854, 
Julys. 

Bedford, Alexander W., Jr., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor 
to General Electric Company. Electromagnet. 2,595,755, 
May 6. 

Bedford, Burnice D., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. High-speed breaker arrangement 
for protection of valve converter circuits. 2,587,276, 
Feb. 26. 

Bedford, Burnice D., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Phase shifting network. 
2,598,437, May 27. 

Bedford, Howard E., and A. Hall, Brentford, England, as- 
signors to Pyrene Manufacturing Company, Newark, 
N. J. Fire extinguishing apparatus. 2,603,469, July 15. 

Bedford, Howard E., and T. A. M. Mills, Brentford, 
England, assignors to Pyrene Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Newark, N. J. Fire-extinguishing installation. 
2,618,346, Nov. 18. 

Bedford, Leslie H., London, J. Bell, and E. M. Langham, 
Teddington, assignors to A. C. Cossor Limited. London, 
England. Null voltage indicating circuit. 2,595,754, 
May 6. 

Bedford, Leslie H. and L. Jofeh., assignors to A. C. Cossor 
Limited, London, England. Electrical differentiating 
circuit. 2,609,448, Sept. 2. 

Bedford, Leslie H., and L. Jofeh, London, England, as- 
signors to A. C. Cossor Limited. Radio navigation 
system. 2,616,640. Nov. 4. 

Bedford, Leslie H., London, J. Bell, and E. M. Langham, 
Teddington ; said Bedford assignor to A. C. Cossor 
Limited, London, England. Electrical fire control cal- 
culating apparatus. 2,623,692, Dec. 30. 

Bedford, William A., Jr., Hingham, assignor to Unlted- 
Carr Fastener Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. Panel 
fastener device. 2,607,971. Aug. 26. 

Bedford, William A., Jr., Hingham, assignor to United- 
Carr Fastener Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. Fastener 
clip. 2,620,532, Dec. 9. 

Bedford. William A., Jr., North Scituate, assignor to 
TJnited-Carr Fastener Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. 
Fastener. 2,582,579, Jan. 3 5. 

Bedford, William A., Jr., North Scituate, assignor to 
United-Carr Fastener Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. 
Sleeve member for knob assemblies. 2,582,580. Jan. 15. 

Bedford, William A., Jr., North Scituate, assignor to 
Unlted-Carr Fastener Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. 
Nut retainer. 2.585,728, Feb. 12. 

Bedford, William A., Jr., North Scituate. assignor to 
United-Carr Pa.stener Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. 
Fastener device. 2,610,377, Sept. 16. 

Bedford, William A., .Jr., North Scituate, assignor to 
United-Carr Fastener Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. 
Buckle for straps and the like. 2,615,223, Oct. 28. 

Bedford, William A., Jr., North Scituate, assignor to 
United-Carr Fastener Corporation, Cambridge^ Mass. 
Lamp socket for snap fastener panel engagement 
2,616,944. Nov. 4. 

Bedingfleld, William, New Richmond, Ohio. Merchandise 
stand. 2,610,817, Sept. 16. 

Beduhn, Daniel E. : See — 

Winborn, Byron R., Jr., and Beduhn. 

Beeaff, Gustav A., Jr., Phoenix, Ariz. Practice swing golf 
club attachment. 2,620,186, Dec. 2. 

Beears. Warren L., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company. New York, N. Y. Carboxyalkylation 
of ketonie compounds. 2.600,387. June 11. 

Beears, Warren L., Cleveland, and J. E. Jansen, Akron, 
Ohio, assignors to The B. F. Goodrich Company, New 
York, N. Y. Preparation of beta-substituted acrylic 
acids. 2,623.067, Dec. 23. 

Beebe. Frederick 10.. Willoughbv, Ohio. Applicator for dye 
and the like. 2..594.721, Anr. 29. 

Beebe, John N., Newton, Mass., assignor to Raytheon 
Manufacturing Company. Magnetic coupler. 2,6^3,932, 
Dec. 30. 

Beech Aircraft Corporation, assignee : Sec — 
Muma, Richard A. 
Odevseff, Alec S. 
Paul, Lewis A. 

Wells, Theodore A., and Reiter. 
Beech, Taylor H., Pittsburgh, Pa. Cleaning glass forming 

molds. 2,619,436, Nov. 25. 
Beecham Research Laboratories Limited, assignee : See — 

.Johnson, John D. A. 
Beechler. Jack S., Detroit, Mich. Flexible coupling. 

2,.591,769. Apr. 8. 
Beech-Nut Packing Company, assignee: See — 
Gorman, Richard J., and Binsack. 
Morrison. Laurence B. 
Warren, Minton W., and Kneaskern. 
Warren, Minton W., and Zimmer. 
Beede. Arnold H., Stamford, assignor to Electrolux Cor- 
poration, Old Greenwich, Conn. Container ejecting suc- 
tion cleaner. 2,580,642. Jan. 1. 
Beede, Lillian G., Marysville, Calif. Colostomy garment. 

2,583,721, Jan. 29. 
Beedy, Harold, SVestern Springs, 111., assignor to West- 
ern Electric Company, Incorporated, New York. N. Y. 
Method and apparatus for controlling the thickness 
and uniformity of a liquid coating on wire. 2,589,034, 
Mar. 11. 



Beegle, Raymond E., East St. Louis, 111. Health bed. 
2.-590,920, Apr. 1. 

Beehler, Paul C, Jr., Lewiston, assignor to Chisholm- 
Ryder Company, Incorporated, Niagara Falls, N. Y. 
Receptacle filling machine. 2,616,606, Nov. 4. 

Beekhuis, Herman A., Middletown Township, Delaware 
County, Pa., assignor to Allied Chemical & Dye Cor- 
poration. Manufacture of hydrogen cyanide. 
2,004,380. July 22. 

Beeklev, Francis C. West Hartford, Conn. Slide chang- 
ing (ievice. 2.604.008, July 22. 

Beekman, Emile McK., Sea Bright, N. J., assignor to the 
United States of America as represented by the Secre- 
tary of the Army. Fabricating a double-wall container. 
2.604.426. July 22. ^, ^ 

Beelaerts van Blokland, J. Petrus, Amsterdam. Nether- 
lands. Door lock. 2,589,749, Mar. 18. 

Beeler, Francis S., Hamilton, Ohio. Bait casting reel. 
2,590,369, Jlar. 25. 

Bee-Line Company, assignee : See — 
Jacobsen, Le Roy V., and Gosline. 

Beem, John A., assignor to The Indiana Brass Co., Inc., 
Frankfort. Ind. Valve structure. 2,583,291, Jan. 22. 

Beeman, Lyle, Ann Arbor, Mich. Snap switch. 2,616,996, 
Nov. 4. 

Been. Jerome L. : See — 

Sugerman, Bernard E.. and Been. 

Beer, Leo, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Monomethylol 
dimethyl hydantoin to shrinkproof cellulose fabrics. 
2,602,017, July 1. 

Beer, Leo, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Monomethylol 
dimethyl hydantoin and dimethylol urea to shrinkproof 
and creaseproof cellulose fabrics. 2,602,018, July 1. 

Beer, Wilhelm, Wiesbaden-Dotzheim, Germany. Grinding 
machine. 2,621,447, Dec. 16. 

Beerbower, Alan, Baltimore, Md.. and A. J. Morway. Clark, 
N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. 
Greases based on finely divided inorganic material. 
2,614.986. Oct. 21. 

Beerli, Karl, Nieder-Uster, assignor to Spindel-, Motoren- 
und Maschinenfabrik A. G., Uster, Switzerland. 
Journal for spinning and twisting spindles. 2,583,080, 
Jan. 22. 

Beersma, Pieter J. A. : See — 
Lolkema, Jan, and Beersma. 

Beesch. Samuel C. : See — 

Legg, David A., and Beesch. 

Becse. Norman C, Verona, N. J., assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Fluorescent 
discharge lamp. 2,622,221, Dec. 16. 

Beese, Norman C, Verona, and D. S. Gustin, Bloomfield, 
N J., assignors to Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 
East Pittsburgh, Pa. Protective device. 2,620,453, 
Dec. 2. 

Beese. William : See — 

Slifkin, Sam C, and Beese. 

Beeson, Frank R., Eugene, Oreg. Astronomical teach- 
ing and training apparatus. 2,588,472, Mar. 11. 

Beeten. Harold : See — 

Slosberg, Sam M., Beeten, and Frank. 

Beezley. Weldon D., and O. V. Phillips, Denver, Colo. Re- 
peating toy bubble gun. 2,599,888. June 10. 

Reffa, Fabio : See — 

Schetty, Guido, and Beffa. 

Be-Ge Manufacturing Co., assignee : 
Gurries, Albert G. 

Beger, Richard E. : See — 

Bonanno, Joseph L., and Beger. 

Beggs, George E., Jr., Warrington. 
Ardmore, assignors to Leeds and 

Philadelphia, Pa. Electronic recording and" controlling 
apparatus. 2,586,603. Feb. I9. 

Beggs, James E.. Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General Electric 
Company. Electron tube structure and the manufac- 
ture thereof. 2.581,997. Jan. 8. 

Begian, John, executor : See — 
Ananson, Richard D. 

Begle. Howell E., Commerce, Mich. Chip dispersal device. 
2,619,009, Nov. 25. 

Beglinger, J.ncques, assignor to J. R. Geigy A. G., Basel, 
Switzerland. Liquid distributor for dividing a con- 
stant or variable stream of liquid into two partial 
streams. 2.582.523, Jan. 15. 

B&gue, Alclppe, La Plaine des Palmistes, He de la Reunion. 
Motor fuels. 2..596.19S, May 13. 

Begun. Semi J., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The Brush 
Development Company, Cleveland. Ohio. Magnetic re- 
producing device with means to prevent accidental erase 
of record medium. 2,594,848, Apr. 29. 

Begun, Semi J., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The Brush 
Development Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Apparatus for 
demagnetizing magnetic recording-reproducing heads. 
2,604,548. July 22. 

Begun, Semi J., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Brush Development Company. Cleveland, Ohio. Device 
for duplicating magnetic recordings by re-recording 
processes. 2,604,549, July 22. 

Begun, Semi J., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The Brush 
Development Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Erase head 
for use with commercial alternating current or equiva- 
lent. 2.604.550, July 22. 



! : See- 



and E. W. Yetter, 
Northrup Company, 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Begun, Semi J., Cleveland Heights, assignor to The 
Brush Development Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Wind- 
ing mechanism. 2,622,811, Dec. 23. 

Begun, Semi J., Cleveland Heights, and T. F. Deucher, 
Parma, assignors to The Brush Development Com- 
pany, Cleveland. Ohio. Automatic erase for magnetic 
recorders. 2,589,035, Mar. 11. 

Begwaco Meters Limited, assignee : See — 
Butterworth, Edward. 

Beh and Company, assignee : See — ■ 
Buser, Charles. 

BehensUy, Charles : See — 

Spiegel. Lawrence, Behensky, and Druck. 

Behensky, John A., Rockland Lake, N. T. Fishing float. 
2,591,332, Apr. 1. 

Behm Laboratories, Inc., assignee : See — 
Behm, Walther. 

Behm, Walther, assignor to Behm Laboratories, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Heating system and heating appara- 
tus. 2 602,875, July 8. 

Behmer. Eugene A. : See — 

Miller, Clifford O., and Behmer. 

Behne, Ernest O. : See — 

Patterson, Earl M., and Behne. 

Behnen, William B. : See — 

Haas, Clarence C, and Behnen. 

Behnisch. Robert : See — 

Schmidt. Hans, Behnisch, and Mietzsch. 

Behnisch, Robert, and F. Mietzsch, Wuppertal-Elberfeld, 
and H. Schmidt, Wuppertal-Vohwinkel. Germany, as- 
signors to Scheuley Industries, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Sulfonamide salts of thiosemicarbazide derivatives. 
2.605.262. July 29. 

Behnisch, Robert, and F. Mietzsch, Wuppertal-Elberfeld, 
and H. Schmidt, Wuppertal-Vohwinkel, Germany, as- 
signors to Schenley Industries, Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Thiosemicarbazones. 2,621,211, Dec. 9. 

Behnke, Harvey B., Appleton. Wis. Hammer pocket de- 
vice. 2,594,614, Apr. 29. 

Behr, Leo J., Bridgeport, Conn. Panel-supporting frame. 
2,617,217, Nov. 11. 

Behrens, Herbert C, Canton, and H. C. Badenell, 
Navarre, assignors to Diebold, Incorporated, Canton, 
Ohio. Night depository theftproof closure construction. 
2.581,621, Jan. 8. 

Behrens, Herbert C, and A. L. Abbott, assignors to Die- 
bold, Incorporated, Canton, Ohio. Combination lock. 
2,601,774, July 1. 

Behrens, Herbert C, assignor to Diebold, Incorporated, 
Canton. Ohio. Insulated filing cabinet construction. 
2,613,623, Oct. 14. 

Behrens, Herbert C, assignor to Diebold. Incorporated 
Canton, Ohio. Night depository construction. 2,617,584,' 
Nov. 11. 

Behrens, Herman, assignor to Behrens Manufacturing Co., 
Inc., Waukesha, Wis. Portable drinking fountain. 
2,621,073, Dec. 9. 

Behrens Manufacturing Co., Inc., assignee : See — 
Behrens, Herman. 

Behrens, Maurice H., Audubon, N. J. TJnscrambler and 
spacer. 2,600,726, June 17. 

Behrens, Otto K., R. G. Jones, and Q. F. Soper, Indianapo- 
lis. Ind., and J. W. Corse, Lafayette. Calif., assignors to 
Eli Lilly and Company. Indianapolis, Ind. Mercapto- 
penicillins. 2,623,876, Dec. 30. 

Beich, Paul F., Company, assignee : See — 
Alikonis. Justin J. 

Beidler, Edward A. : gee — 

Graham, Marion E., and Beidler. 

Beier, Helmut. Frankfort-on-the-Main, assignor to R5hm 
& Haas G. m. b. H., Darmstadt, Germany. Stabilizing 
cyanohydrins and resulting product. 2,623,896, Dec, 30. 

Beier, .Tosef, Altmunster-Ebenzweier, Upper Austria, 
Austria. Infinitely variable friction wheel gear. 

Bei.ibom', Carl-Axel, Trelleborg, Sweden. Device for dis- 
pensing material from collapsible tubes. 2,599,805, 
June 10. 

Beil, Forrest F. : See — 

Baker, Merle W., Beil, Curtis, and Patton. 
Patton. Edward A., and Beil. 

Beilke, Emil A., Pendleton, Oreg. 
tooth harrows. 2,583.290, Jan. 

Beimel. Henry L., Cambridge. 
Locker Company, Incorporated. 



Attachment for spring 

assignor to American 
Boston, Mass. Multiple 



coin attachment for coin-controlled locks. 2,603,355^ 

July 15. 
Beiser, Elmer H.. Peru, 111., 

Corporation. Time switch. 
Beiser, Elmer H., Peru, 111., 

Corporation, New York,' 

2,610.683. Sept. 16. 
Beith, George R. : See — 

Barling. Leslie C, and Beith. 
Beitz, Richard C, Amherst, N. Y , 

Optical Company, Southbridge, Mass. 

like. 2.609,519, Sept. 2. 
Beitz, Richard C, Buffalo, N. Y., assignor to American 

Optical Company. Southbridge, Mass. Electrical con- 
trol means for film driving mechanisms. 2,610,540, 

Sept. 16. 

Bekey, Andrew, Los Angeles, Calif. Electromagnetically 
operated mechanism using resonance effects. 2,597,559, 
May 20. 



assignor to General Time 
2.587.026. Feb. 26. 
assignor to General Time 
N. Y. Interval timer. 



assignor to American 
Arc lamp or the 



Belaieff, James F., Cologny, near Geneva, assignor to 
Societe Anonyme des Usines Jean Gallay, Geneva, 
Switzerland. Laundering machine. 2,615,320, Oct. 28. 

Belamin, Michael, Nuremberg, assignor to Siemens- 
Schuckertwerke, Aktiengesellschaft, Berlin-Siemens- 
stadt, Germany. System for reducing contact arcing 
in synchronous switching apparatus. 2,584,535, Feb. 5. 

Belanger, Mariette, assignee : See — 
Galbois. Auguste G. 

Belar, Herbert : See — 

Sinnett, Chester M.. and Belar. 

Belauste.guigoitia, Francisco, Mexico City, Mexico. Lock 
mechanism. 2,602,318, July 8. 

Belcher, Daniel, assignor to Bemis Bro. Bag Co., Minneapo- 
lis, Minn. Bag construction. 2,605,040. July 29. 

Belcher, Daniel, Jlinneapolis, Minn., R. J. Williams, Rich- 
mond Heights, Mo., and J. E. Voege, Alton, 111., assignors 
to Bemis Bro. Bag Company, St. Louis, Mo. Apparatus 
for manufacturing valve bags. 2,594,849, Apr. 29. 

Belcher, Harold H., Orange, Mass., assignor to Rodney 
Hunt Machine Company. Three roll padder or the like. 
2,605,629, Aug. 5. 

Belcher. Harold H., and B. M. Jones, assignors to Rodney 
Hunt Machine Company, Orange, Mass. Apparatus for 
fluid treatment of materials. 2,618,142. Nov. 18. 

Belcher, Walter A., Jr., Providence, R. I. Grinding wheel. 
2,589,661, Mar. 18. 

Belchetz, Arnold, Larchmont, N. Y.. assignor to The M. W. 
Kellogg Company, Jersey City, N. J. Catalytic produc- 
tion of chlorine. 2,602,021, July 1. 

Belden Brick Company, Tlie, assignee : See — 
Miller, Charles E. 

Belden. Donald H., Berwyn, assignor to Universal Oil 
Products Company, Chicago, 111. Distillation tower. 
2.580.646, Jan. 1. 

Belden Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 
Schelke. Robert K. 

Belden, Wayne I., assignor to Ajax Flexible Coupling 
Co. Inc., Westfield, N. Y. Flexible pin clutch. 2,619,211, 
Nov. 25. 

Beldin, Royal L. : See — 

Roscoe. Merrill W., and Beldin. 

Beldin, Royal L., Davenport, Iowa, assignor to Deere & 
Company, Moline, 111. Self-leveling motor carrier for 
grain elevators. 2.598,880, June 3. 

Beldin, Royal L., Davenport. Iowa, assignor to Deere & 
Company, Moline, 111. Screw conveyer. 2,610,727, 
Sept. 16. 

Beldner. Edward, Brooklyn, N. Y. Dispensing cover. 
2.611.516. Sept. 23. 

Beldue, William J. : See — 

Tuttle, William R.. and Beldue. 

Belew, Leland W.. assignor to Herring-Hall-Marvin Safe 
Company, Hamilton, Ohio. Rotary card filing apparatus. 
2.589,598. Mar. 18. 

Belfert, Gerald. Brooklyn, N. Y. 
tector. 2.582.473, Jan. 15. 

Belford, Alexander, assignor to 
corporated. Laconia, N. H. 
2,588.473. Mar. 11. 

BeliaefC. Stephen B., Suffern, N. Y. 
May 27. 

Belich, Daniel E., West Allis, assignor to Allis-Chalmers 
Manufacturing Company. Milwaukee, Wis. Lubricating 
device. 2.583,317, Jan. 22. 

Beling. Geert D. : See — 

Mlkolic. Charles R.. and Beling. 

Belisle, Adelard J. : See — 

Semisch, Kurt F., and Belisle. 

Belitz. Hans G. : See — 

Davis, Oliver F.. and Belitz. 

Beljers. Hugo G. : See — 

Six. Willem, Beljers. and te Winkel. 

Belknap. Hobart D.. Pasadena. Calif. Thumb guard with 
ad.1ustable strap. 2,617.413. Nov. 11. 

Belknap Mfg. Co.. The, assignee : See — 
Hutchison. Clifford N. 

Bell Aircraft Corporation, assignee : See — 
Foster, Richard B. 
Stanley, Robert M.. and Cowen. 
Trotter. John C. 
Wheeler, Leo R. 
Wheeler. John W. 
Woods, Robert J. 
Young, Arthur M. 
Young, Arthur M., and Kelley. 

Bell, Alan, Kingsport, Tenn., assignor to Eastman Kodak 
Company. Rochester, N. Y. • Plasticized cellulose 
acetate - butvrate and cellulose acetate - propionate. 
2. .592.234. Apr. 8. 

Bell. Charles C., Warwick, assignor to Universal Winding 
Co., Cranston, R. I. Bobbin hanger. 2,614,758, Oct. 21. 

Bell, Charles C., East Greenwich, H. W. Hitchcock, Crans- 
ton, and J. V. Keith, Greenwood, assignors to Universal 
Winding Company, Cranston, R. I. Winding machine. 
2,608.355, Aug. 26. 

Bell, Charles H., assignor to Gaumont Kalee Seating 
Limited, London, England. Adjustable theater chair. 
2,621,709, Dec. 16. 

Bell, Clarence D. : See — 

Barkdoll, Archie E., Bell, and Graef. 

Bell, David A., assignor to A. C. Cossor Limited, London, 
England. Radio signal discriminating apparatus. 
2,607,888, Aug. 19. 



Transparent watch pro- 
Scott & Williams, In- 
Knitting machine. 

Toy motor. 2,598,211, 



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59 



Bell, Dora L. : See — 

Olpin, Henry C, and Bell. 
Bell, Emerson D., Interlaken. N. J. Direct current re- 
verse power controller. 2,606,313, Aug. 5. 
Bell, Francis R., assignor to The Eover Company Limited, 
Solihull, England. Internal-combustion engine with 
regenerator. 2,611,242, Sept. 23. 
Bell, Frank S. : See — 

Stewart, Robert J., and Bell. 
Bell, Frank V., Stoney Creek, Ontario, Canada. Clinom- 
eter. 2,611,188, Sept. 23. 
Bell, George, and P. Lebovitz, assignors to Waterproof 
Insulation Corp., Baltimore, Md. Construction ma- 
terials. 2,623,914, Dec. 30. 
Bell, George W., assignor to Northwestern Steel and 
Wire Company, Sterling. 111. Wire magazine and feed 
mechanism. 2.605,060, July 29. 
Bell & Gossett Company, assignee : See — 
Arbuckle, Lawrence L. 
Birkemeier, Henry P. 
Gardner, Donald B. 
Smith. Lawrence J. 
Bell, Harry G., Paris, and J. D. Gay, Jr., Lexington, as- 
signors to Gav-Bell Corporation, Paris, Ky. Compact- 
ing press. 2,605,697, Aug. 5. 
Bell & Howell Company, assignee : See — 
Good, Paul J. 
Howell, Albert S. 
Johnson, Elmer L. 
Johnson, Marie C. 
McNabb. Louis A. 

Moomaw, Lewis H., and Bernzott. 
Schwarz, George. 
Bell, James Pinner, assignor to The M-O Valve Com- 
pany Limited, London, England. Thermionic valve. 
2,621,310, Dec. 9. 
Bell, James S., Inverness, Jliss. Liquid fertilizer plow. 

2,619.054, Nov. 25. 
Bell, James S., Scotch Plains, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Compan.v. Incorporated, New York. N. X. 
Method and apparatus for measuring effective resist- 
ance. 2,610,227, Sept. 9. 
Bell, Jerome B.. Wallingford, Pa. Stepladder. 2,596,521, 

May 13. 
Bell, John : See — 

Bedford, Leslie H., Bell, and Langham. 
Bell, John, assignor to Muirhead & Company Limited, 
Beckenham, England. Variometer and induction regu- 
lator. 2,611,891, Sept. 23. 
Bell, John, Dalkeith, Australia. Fly screen 2,600,192, 

June 10. 
Bell, John B., Jr. : Sec — 

Sprules. Francis J., and Bell. 
Bell. John F.. Glenview. and A. Cotsworth, III, Oak Park, 
111., assignors to Zenith Radio Corporation. Frequency 
converter system. 2.596.117. May 13. 
Bell, Keith L., Washington, D. C, assignor to P. E. Ed- 
rington. Alexandria, Va., as trustee. Electrically con- 
trolled light filter. 2,623,109, Dec. 23. 
Bell L.Tboratories, Incorporated, assignee: See — 
Affel, Herman A., and Maggie. 
Boardman, Edward M. 
■Cutler, Cassius C, and Mathews. 
Davey, James R., and Rea. 
Depp, Wallace A. 
Eckardt. Helmuth. 
Harrison, Henry C. 
Hines, Marion E. 
Peterson, Eugene. 
Pfleger, Kenneth W. 
Shive, John N. 
Stevens, Bruce E. 
Thulin. Charles W. 
Ziegler, Arthur W. 
Bell, Locklin S.. Hales Corners, and T. W. Maltby. 
West Allis. Wis., assignors to General Electric Com- 
pany. X-rav shutter. 2.593,526. Apr. 22. 
Bell. Louis A., St. Louis, Mo. Utility rack. 2,614,698, 
Oct. 21. 

Bell Jlachine Company, The, assignee : See — 
Kok, Henry J. 
Schafer, Frank. 
Weiland. Clarence H. 

Bell, Michael C. Milwaukee, Wi§. Can-opening device. 
2. .599. 154. Junes. 

Bell. Persa R.. Jr. : See — 

Straus. Henry A.. Bell, and Murray. 

Bell, Persa R., Jr., Oak Ridge, Tenn.." assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of War. Frequency detector. 
2,603.748. July 15. 

Bell, Persa R., Jr.. Oak Ridge, Tenn., and D, Gale. New 
York. N. Y., assignors, by mesne assignments, to United 
States of America as represented by the Secretary of 
War. Comparator circuit for moving target indication 
radar systems. 2.600.193, June 10. 

Bell. Ralph E., assignor to Kirsch Company, Sturgls, 
Mich. Traverse curtain support and pulley housing. 
2.590.370, IMar. 25. 

Bell, Ramsay M., assignor to Hammond Machinery Build- 
ers, Inc., Kalamazoo, Mich. Abrasive belt attachment 
for abrasive wheel machines. 2,612,007, Sept. 30. 



Bell, Richmond T., Highland Park, assignor to The Pure 
Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Promoting cracking re- 
actions of hydrocarbons by the addition of organic 
peroxides. 2,581,163, Jan. 1. 
Bell. Richmond T., Grays Lake, assignor to The Pure Oil 
Company, Chicago, 111. Regeneration and precondition- 
ing of a methanethiol synthesis catalyst. 2,592,646, 
Apr. 15. 
Bell, Robert E., Deep River, assignor to National Research 
Council, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Coincidence circuit. 
2,610,303, Sept. 9. 
Bell, Ross E., Vancouver, British Columbia. Canada. Re- 
versible propeller. 2,604,952, July 29. 
Bell, Rupert B., assignor to King-Seeley Corporation, Ann 
Arbor, Mich. Fluid motor mechanism for windshield 
wiper systems. 2.602,430, July 8. 
Bell, Russell N., Chicago Heights, 111., assignor to Victor 
Chemical Works. Dentifrice polishing composition. 
2,601,238, June 24. 
Bell, Sam. Milwaukee, Wis. Mattress coil spring unit. 

2.611,910, Sept. 30. 
Bell, Samuel D., Keego Harbor, Mich. Self-feathering 

fan. 2,601,495, June 24. 
Bell, Sidney R. : See — 

Merson. David A., and Bell. 
Bell, Sidney R., Stamford, Conn., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to I. J. Moritt, Brooklyn, N. Y. Miniature 
lock stitch sewing machine. 2,594,534, Apr. 29. 
Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Adams, Edgar W., Jr. 

Ahern. Arthur J. 

Albersheim, Walter J. 

Allison, Sewell W. 

Alsberg, Dietrich A., and Muhlsteff. 

Anderson, Alva E., and Trent. 

Anderson, Frederic W. 

Anderson, .Tohn R., and Keller. 

Bachelet, Albert E. 

Bachelet, Alberts., and Low. 

Baird, Jack A. 

Baker, William O., and Winslow. 

Ball, Eustace T. 

Bangert, John T. 

Bardeen, John, and Brattain. 

Barney, Harold L. 

Barry, Joseph F. 

Bennett, William R. 

Bjornson. Bjorn G. 

Blake, Foster B. 

Bomberger, David C, Ingerson, and Och. 

Bond. Walter L. 

Bostwick, Lee G. 

Botsford, Nelson, Boysen, Aikens, Dietze, Goodale, and 
Inglis. 

Bowen, Arnold E. 

Bredehoft. Harold A., and Richardson. 

Brehem, Harold B. 

Brooks, Chester E., and Carpenter. 

Brown, John T. L. 

Brown, John T. L., and Pollard. 

Bruce, Edmond. 

Bruce, Edmond. and Gross. 

Bruce, Edmond, and Hall. 

Bryant, Herbert W. 

Buchanan, Russell B. 

Buhrendorf, Frederick G. 

Burton, Everett T. 

Busch, Aloysius J. 

Busch, Aloysius J., and Michael. 

Cahill. Harold D., Carpenter, and Dimond. 

Carbrey, Robert L. 

Carpenter, Warren W. 

Clarke, Walter J. 

Clutts, Charles E., Pullis, Schenck, and Weber. 

Collis, Raymond E., and Dehn. 

Cory. Samuel I. 

Coxhead. Harry B. 

Coyne, Howard L. 

Craft, Clifford J., 3rd. 

Curtis, Robert B. 

Cutler, Cassius C. 

Davis, Richard C, Fogarty, and Rippere. 

Dehn, Joseph W. 

Dehn, Joseph W.. and Holden. 

De Lange, Owen E. 

Depp, Wallace A. 

Dienel, Hans F., and Teal. 

Dimond. Thomas L. 

Doha, Stephen, Jr., and Jansen. 

Drazy, Elbert J. 

Dunlap, Kermit S., and Lovell. 

Edson, James O. 

Edson, James O.. and Kreer. 

Ekstrand. Sture O., and Ronci. 

Ellwood, Walter B. 

Bntz, Ferdinand S., and Soffel. 

Eppel, Simeon L. 

Espenschied. Lloyd, and Chaffee. 

Etheridge. Harry A., Jr. 

Parkas. Thomas P. 

Fay, Clifford E. 

Feldman, Carl B. H. 

Field, Lester M. 

Fisk, James B. 



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Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Continued. 

Flint, Erlon W., Hague, Joel, and Rippere. 

Fox, Arthur G. 

Fritschi, Walter W. 

Fritts, Morris. 

Gaines, Wilbur L. 

Gannett, Danforth K. 

Gent, Edgar W., and Werring. 

Germanton, Charles E. 

Germer, Lester H., and Reitter. 

Gerth, John H. 

Oilman, George W. 

Gilmer, Peter E. 

Gissler, Franlt E., and Laidig. 

Glazer, Allan, Stryker, and Hopkins. 

Goehner. \\'illiam R. 

Goff, Harold W. 

Goodale. Walter D.. Jr. 

Goodale, Walter D.. Jr., and Martin. 

Goodall, William M. 

Gooderham, John W. 

Graet, Uobert P. 

Graham. Robert E. 

Gray, Frank. 

Gray, Frank, and Sears. 

Gray, Preston R. 

Griest, Raymond H., and Wooldridge. 

Hague, Alfred E. 

Haines. William T., and Newsom. 

Hall, Oliver C. 

Hamilton, Rillv H.. and Speneer. 

Hamming, Richard W., and Hclbrook. 

Haring, Horace E., and Taylor. 

Harris, James R. 

Harrison, Henry C. 

Hartley, Ralph V. L. 

Hasley, Andrew D., and Hibbard. 

Hawkins. Walter L. 

Haynes. James R., and Shockley. 

Hearn, Richard B.. and Pruden. 

Hebenstreit, William B. 

Heclit, George. 

Heidenreich. Robert D. 

Herborn, Ludwig E. 

Hersey, Ralph E. 

Hersey, Ralph E.. and Vroom. 

Hewitt, William H.. Jr. 

Hickman, Clarence N. 

Hickman, Clarence N., Mallina, and Reck. 

Hill, rienry E.. and Parkinson. 

Holden, William H. T. 

Holman. Erwin W. 

Houghton, Edward W. 

Inglis. Alfred H., and Krebs. 

.Toel, Amos E.. Jr. 

Kannenberg, W^alter P. 

Keller, Arthur C. 

Kelsay, Le Roy W. 

Kille, Lindley A. 

King, Douglas H. 

Kinzer, ,Tobn P. 

Kircher, Reymond .T. 

Kirkpatrick'. William E.. and Sears. 

Knapp, Harry M.. and Zupa. 

Kock. Winston E. 

Koehler. Donald C. 

Kreer. John G., Jr. 

Kretzmer, Ernest R. 

Lacy, Lester Y. 

Lander, James J. 

Leed, Daniel. 

Lewis, Willard D. 

Lewis, Willard D., and Mumford. 

Lewis. Willard D.. and Pierce. 

Little, John B. 

Llewellyn. Frederick B. 

Lovell, Clarence A. 

Lovell, Clarence A., and Parkinson, 

Low, Frank K. 

Lum, George R. 

Madden, .Tames J. 

Mallina. Riidolnh F. 

Mnltlinner, ^^■illiam A. 

Malthaner, William A., Newby, and Vaughan. 

Marmont, George H., and Oliver. 

Marshall. Robert W. 

Mason. Warren P. 

Mathes. Robert C. 

Matte, Andrew L. 

Matthias, Bernd T. 

ATcAlpine. Roderick K. 

McLean. David A. 

McMahon. William T. 

Meaeham, Larned A. 

ATead. Edward D., and Jlesch. 

Means, Winthrop J. 

Merrill, Josiah L., ,Tr. 

Meszaros, George W. 

Michael, Henry J,, and Whitney. 

Michal, Josepli. 

Millard, Arthur C. and Morrill. 

Miller. Victor F. 

Miloche, Herman A. 



Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Continued. 

Mitchell, Clifford E. 

Alohr, Milton E. 

Morton, Jack A. 

Mott, Edward E. 

Myers, Oscar. 

Niederau, William E., Ritchie, and Wright. 

Ohl, Russell S. 

Oliver, Bernard M. 

Olsen. Karl M. 

Parkinson, David B. 

Parks, Charles O. 

Pennell, Everett S. 

Peterson. Eugene. 

Pfann. William G. 

Pfleger, Kenneth W. 

Pierce, John R. 

Potter, James A. 

Potter, Ralph K, 

Purvis, Matthew R. 

Rafuse, Irad S. 

Rea, Wilton T. 

Retallack, John B. 

Richardson, Paul H. 

Riesz, Robert R. 

Roberts, Leland C. 

Robertson, Sloan D. 

Rockwood, George H., Jr., and Vance. 

Rubly, Harry C. 

Samuel, Arthur L. 

Scaff, Jack H., and Theuerev. 

Scudder, Frederick .7. ! 

Scudder, Frederick J., and Vroom. 

Scoville, Ray R. 

Sermeus. William T. 

Shann, Oscar A. 

Shepherd, William G. 

Shockley, William. 

Sliockley, William, and Sparks. 

Shower, Edmund G. 

Skellett, Albert M. 

Slezak, Stanley T. 

Smith. Howard J. 

Soflfel, Robert 0. 

Spahn, Charles F., Jr. 

Spencar, Harry H. 

Staples. Elliot M. 

Stiratelli. Bartholomew A, 

Stone, John R. 

Taylor. Raymond L. 

Teal. Gordon K. 

Tinus, William C. 

Townsend. Mark A. 

Trent, Robert L. 

Vaughan, Henry E. 

Von Gugelberg, Hans L. 

Vroom, Edward. 

Walker, Albert C. 

Wallace, Robert L., Jr. 

Wilson, Ira G. 

Young, Clarence H. 

Ziegler. Arthur W. 

Zinn. Manvel K. 

Zobel. Otto J. 
Bell, William D. : See — 

Thompson, Frank R., and Bell. 
Bell, William T., Jefferson County, Ala. Casket floral 

rack. 2,594,722. Apr. 29. 
Bellah, William H.. Burbank. Calif. Reel. 2.587,432, 

Feb. 26. 
Bellairs. Guy P., London, and J. C. Ireland. Tunbridge 
Wells, assignors to British Telecommunications Re- 
search Limited, Taplow, England. Telecommunication 
system. 2,607,853. Aug. 19. 
Bellam, Joseph E.. Seattle. Wash., assignor to Boeing Air- 
plane Company. Airplane flap supporting and control 
mechanism. 2.609.166. Sept. 2. 
Bellamy, Clyde H., Richmond, Va. Flexible ladder and 

receptacle therefor. 2,616,608, Nov. 4. 
Bellam.v, John I. : See — 

Boyer, Richard P., Jr., and Bellam.y. 

Saunders, Norman H., Hackett. and Bellnmy. 
Bellamy, John I., Brookfield, assignor to Sloan Valve 
Company, Chicago, 111. Flush valve arrangement and 
installation. 2,590.r47, Mar. 25. 
Bellard, Jean Q., Indianapolis, and G. H. F. Schnaken- 
berg, Plainfield, assignors to Eli Lilly and Company, 
Indianapolis, Ind. Riboflavin-glyoxal condensation prod- 
ucts. 2.598,103, May 27. 
Bellato. Frank A., assignor to Carando Machine Works, 
Stockton, Calif. Paper box folding and corner locking 
machine. 2,604,022. July 22. 
Belier. Hans, Cranford. N. J., assignor to General Aniline 
& Film Corporation, New York, N. Y. Producing finely 
divided metals. 2,597,701, May 20. 
Belleri, Baldassare, assignor to E. Bemardelli, son of 
Lodovico : V, Bernardelli, son of the late Antonio ; V. 
Bernardelli, son of Pietro, and V. Bernardelli, son of 
Giulio, Gardone Valtrompia, Italy. Firing mechanism 
for guns. 2.622,359, Dee. 23. 
Bellezza, Russell G.. and G. M. Ruoff, Baltimore. Md., 
assignors to General Electric Company. Suspension 
insulator for high-tension conductors. 2,587,587, Mar. 4, 



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Bellier, Jean : See — 

Coyne, AndrS, Bellier, and Marion. 

Bellinger, Burdette W., Tampa, Fla., assignor to Tennessee 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Concentrating phosphoric 
acid. 2,611,681, Sept. 23. 

Bellingheimer, David J., assignee : See — 
Howard. William H. 

Bellingher, Fred, Chicago. 111., assignor to International 
Harvester Company. Bundling spring harrow tines. 
2,599,427, June 3. 

Bellini, Eugene, Jackson, Ala., assignor to Vanity Fair 
Mills, Inc., Reading, Pa. Warp yarn feed device. 
2,618,945, Nov. 25. 

Bellios, Constantinos, Brooklyn, N. Y. Filter for in- 
ternal-combustion engines. 2.588,474. Mar. 11. 

Bellis, Edward W., Portland, Oreg. Display apparatus. 
2,611,201, Sept. 23. 

Bellizzi, John A., U. S. Navy. Torque dynamometer. 
2,580,395, Jan. 1. 

Bellmer, Robert B.. West Allis, Wis. Vernier scale meas- 
uring device. 2,591,333, Apr. 1. 

Bello, Pablo D., Habana, Cuba. Level. 2,611,189, Sept. 
23. 

Belloni, Angelo, Venice, assignor to Pirelli Societa Per 
Azioni, Milan, Italy. Hood for divers' suits. 
2,587,958. Mar. 4. 

Belluccl, Charles, Jersey City, N. J. Immersion heater. 
2,589,473. Mar. 18. 

Belluche, Elmer W., assignor to The Christensen Ma- 
chine Company. Racine, Wis. Book stitching and de- 
livering machine. 2,607,587, Aug. 19. 

Belluche, Frank R., assignor to The Christensen Machine 
Company, Racine, Wis. Side gauge for sheet feeders. 
2,595,630. May 6. 

Belmont, Elliott T.. Boston, Mass. Aerial display ap- 
paratus. 2,589,472, Mar. 18. 

Belmont, Frank, Anaheim, Calif. Elastic closure fruit 
bag. 2.585.214. Feb. 12. 

Belmont Radio Corporation, assignee : See — 
Gannaway, Robertson R. 

Belmonte, John, assignor of 25% to Raymond Commer- 
ford, 25% to Ronald Shanahan, and 50% to Anthony 
Janniello, Brooklyn. N. Y. Combination rotary brush 
and comb. 2.582,409, Jan. ]5. 

Beloit Iron Works, assignee : See — 
<;oocl Willie, John 10. 
Heys, Ralph C. 
Hornbostel, Lloyd. 
NePse. Alonzo A. 

Belokin, Paul, Jr., Chicago, III. Collapsible bucket. 
2.580,879, Jan. 1. 

Belpedio, Jobby, Bridgeport, Conn. Crown cap removing 
and retaining implement. 2,593,091. Apr. 15. 

Belsey, Frederick H.. Sale, and D. T. Broadbent. Stret- 
ford, England, assignors to General Electric Company. 
Control system of the correspondence kind for movable 
members. 2,582,221, Jan. 15. 

Belsey, Frederick H., Sale, and D. T. Broadbent. Stret- 
ford, England, assignors to General Electric Company. 
Control system of the correspondence kind for movable 
members. 2.582,222, Jan. 15. 

Belshavr, Philip L., H. T. Howard, and F. Irving, Black- 
ley, Manchester, England, assignors to Imperial Chemi- 
cal Industries Limited. Manufacture of polycyclic 
quinones which carry a nitro and a hydroxy group 
as nuclear substituents. 2,587,093, Feb. 26. 

Belsky. Charles, Detroit, Mich. Kitchen refuse receptacle. 
2,599,302, June 3. 

Belt, Augustus H.. Bloomlngton, 111. Making ham- 
burgers. 2,584.536. Feb. 5. 

Belt Corporation, The, assignee : See — 
Belt, Vernon C. 

Belt, Vernon C, assignor to The Belt Corporation, Orient, 
Ohio. Industrial lift-truck apparatus. 2,618.396, 
Nov. 18. 

Belter, Paul A. : See — 

Beckel, Arthur C, Cowan, and Belter. 
Beltice Corporation, assignee : See — 

Knowles, Frank W. 
Beman. Floyd L. : See — 

Williams, Bill M.. Berhenke, and Beman. 
Beman, Ward W., Glendale, assignor to Lockheed Aircraft 
Corporation, Burbank. Calif. Variable ratio booster sys- 
tem. 2,613,890, Oct. 14. 
Beman, Ward W., Glendale, and J. H. Weaver, assignors 
to Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, Burbank, Calif. 
Transonic wind tunnel. 2,582,814, Jan. 15. 
Bemis Bro. Bag Company, assignee : See — 

Barnes, James G. 

Belcher, Daniel. 

Belcher, Daniel, Williams, and Voege. 

Brady, Charles V. 

Brady, Charles V., and Ottinger. 

Davis, Harold C, and Clarldge. 

Hoeppner, Arthur D., and Hayes. 

Kindseth, Harold V. 

Pierce. Robert E. 

Schenck, Arthur E. 

Scruggs, Thomas M. 

Scruggs, Thomas M., and Hall. 

Sparks, WilUam B. 
Bemis, Ken E., Oakland, Calif. Batter dispenser. 2,590,921, 
Apr. 1. 



Bemiss-Jason Company, assignee : See — 

Meller, Reginald B. 
Bemmels, Cyrus W., New Brunswick, N. J., assignor to 
Industrial Tape Corporation. Stabilized rubber ad- 
hesive. 2,615,C59, Oct. 21. 
Benak, George K., assignor to Raymond T. Moloney, 
Chicago, 111, Dual action ball switch. 2,600,832, 
June 17. 
Benak, Karel : See — 

BureS, Josef, and Bendk. 
Benander, George B., Oaklawn, R. I^, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to General Electric Company. Plug con- 
nector. 2,594,850, Apr. 29. 
Benander, George B., Oaklawn, R. I^ assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to General Electric Company Pull-oper- 
ated switch. 2,606,258, Aug. 5. 
Benander, George B., Oaklawn, R. I., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to General Electric Company. Electric 
socket and receptacle. 2,620,374, Dec. 2, 
Benander, George B., Oaklawn, R. I., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to General Electric Company. Lamp 
socket. 2,620,370, Dec. 2. 
Benander, George B., Oaklawn, R. I., and G. R. Lawson, 
Abington, Mass., assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
General Electric Company. Electric connector. 
2,609,415, Sept. 2. 
B6nard, Christian L. G., assignor to Anciens Etablisse- 
ments Barbier-Benard & Turenne, Paris, France. Light- 
ing of operating rooms. 2,609,484. Sept. 2. 
Benbow, Burtis W., Benbow, Calif. Electrical contacting 

equipment. 2,583,318, Jan. 22. 
Benbow, James D., assignee : See — 

Antos, Joseph. 
Benchemoul. Norbert R., Paris, France, Variable liquid 

resistance apparatus. 2,599,806, June 10. 
Bencich, John S., San Francisco. .Calif. Protective con- 
tainer for pies and cakes. 2,606.651, Aug. 12. 
Bender, Emil A., Bakersfield, Calif. Portable derrick. 

2,593,246. Apr. 15. 
Bender, Frank M., Evanston, 111. Tie holder. 2,589,036, 

Mar. 11. 
Bender, Harry, Torrance, Calif., assignor to Stauffer 

Chemical Company. Insecticide. 2,623,838, Dec. 30. 
Bender, Harry, and H. M. Pitt, Torrance, Calif., assignors 
to Stauffer Chemical Company. Manufacture of a 
diphenyl sulfone. 2,593,001, Apr. 15. 
Bender, Harry, Princeton, and W. B. Voorhis, East 
Orange, assignors to Tung-Sol Lamp Works, Inc., New- 
ark, N. J. Manufacturing a filament unit. 2,609,590, 
Sept, 9. 
Bender, John C, Hartville, Ohio. Hitch. 2,600,959. 

June 17. 
Bender, John C, assignor to Houston Oil Field Jlaterial 
Company. Inc., Houston, Tex. Expansible coil for test- 
ing material. 2,622,125. Dec. 16. 
Bender, John C, and C. T. Baker, assignors to Houston Oil 
Field Material Company, Inc., Houston, Tex. Conform- 
able coil. 2.622.126, Dec. 16. 
Bender. John H. : See — 

Shooter, Donald H.. and Bender. 
Bender, John M., assignor to Inter-Collegiate Press, 
Kansas City, Mo. Loose-leaf binder. 2,582,953, Jan. 22. 
Bender, Joseph L., assignor to Stewart-Warner Corpora- 
tion. Chicago, 111. Electronic temperature control. 
2,586,291, Feb. 19. 
Bender, Joseph M., Manhasset, assignor to Jacobv-Bender, 
Inc., New York, N. Y. Expansible bracelet. 2,608,050, 
Aug. 26. 
Bendfelt, Herbert A.. Oak Park, assignor to Mills In- 
dustries, Incorporated, Chicago, 111. Heat exchanger. 
2.622,854, Dee. 23. 
Bendix Aviation Corporation, assignee : See — 
Adams, Frank. 

Alexanderson, Howard A., and Hague. 
Alexanderson, Howard A., and Le Febvre. 
Baring-Gould, Sabine L., and Sleeper. 
Barnes, Charlos M. 
Bechberger. Paul P., and Peterson. 
Bechtold, Edwin W. 
Beck, Robert F. 
Beringer, George E. 
Beringer, George E., and Sanders. 
Bevins, James E. 
Blancher, Donald W. 
Brandau, William B. 
Brlggs, Vernon R. 
Brinson, Harry A., and Faatz. 
Bueklev. Clayton G. 
Burley, Robert M. 
Burnett, Richard T. 
Buxton, James E. 
Campbell, William J. 
Cintron, Juan E. 
Conviser, Harry. 
'Cripe, Maxwell L. 
Deardorff, Clinton E. 
Deardorff. Clinton E., and Elder. 
Deardorff. Clinton B., and Meddock. 
Dember. Alexis B. 
Digby, James J. 
Divoll, Richard L, 
Dombeck. Edward K. 
Dooley. George W. 
Drlscoll. Paul A. 



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Bendis Aviation Corporation, assignee : See — Continued. 
Du Bois. William H. 
Elder, William E. 
Bltgrotli, George V. 
Emerson, John F. 
Fillebrown, William C. 
Fisher, Marcus C. 
Flanagan, Robert M. 
Fox, Kenneth H. 
Frazier, Radford K. 
Frerer, Paul G. 
Fricke, Guy C. 
Gagen, Charles V. 
Gartner, Lawrence E. 
Gilbert, Samuel. 
Gillespie, Harold S. 
Goldberg, Harold. 
Gordon, James P. 
Gordon, Malcolm K., Jr. 
Gordon, Malcolm K., Jr., and Lischick. 
Guillot. Philip J., and Karp. 
Hargreaves, William. 
Hargreaves, William, and Bechberger. 
Hauck, Vernon D., Ogden, and Cosby. 
Haugen, Glenn L. 
Hediger, Walter. 
Holmes, Bradford B. 
Holmes, Bradford B., and Pauly. 
Hood. B. Elliott. 
Hood, Edwin E. 
Hosford, Norman F. 
House, Bryan E. 

Howe, James A., and Nevalonny. 
Jandasek, Joseph. 
Jandasek, Vladimir J. 
Janowski, Stephen L. 
Karp, Harry R., and Blanchard. 
Kasten, Walter. 

Kimball, Vernon R., and Maiorany. 
Kinndey. David C, Peterson, and Rlnge. 
Konet, 'Henry. 
Konet, Henry, and Noxon. 
Lee, Richard A. 

Leszak, John, and Zimmerman. 
Lindsteadt, Walter J. 
Livers, Carlos B. 
Livers. Carlos B., and Meddock. 
Long, Richard H. 
Long, Richard H., and Prather. 
MacCallum, Alan M. 
MacCallum, Alan M., and Baring-Gould. 
MacCallum, Alan M., and Hargreaves. 
MacDuff. Stanley I. 
Maiorany, Robert T. 
Marmont, George H. 
McClelland, Richard P., and Kishbaugh. 
McLinden, James E., Jr. 
McNaney, Joseph T. 
McNulty. John V. 
McNulty, John V., and Knudson. 
Meddock, Alvin A. 
Metsger, Charles S. 
Miller. Donald L. 
Miller, John M., Jr. 

Miller, Raymond J., Garmager, and Whelpley. 
Mock, Frank C. 
Molinare, Nicholas. 
Nardone, Romeo M. 
Neild, William G. 
Neuner, Martin J. 
Noxon, Paul A. 

Noxon, Paul A., MacCallum and Bennett. 
Noxon, Paul A., and Reichel. 
Parker. Leland C. 
Perkins, Corles M., Sr. 
Peterson, Joel D., and Lawrence. 
Peterson, John B. 
Pontius, George W., III. 
Poole. Harmon A., Jr. 
Prather, Edwin E. 
Price. Earl R. 
Price. Harold W. 
Purdy, Rolland M. 
Ringer. Evue J. 
Ross, Frederick W. 
Rossire. F. Henry S. 
Rossire, Francis H. S. 
Roush, Guy P. 
Rudd, Maurice A. 
Rylsky, Gregory V., and Anderson. 
Schneck, Frederick W., and McNeill. 
Scnultz, Harold B. 
Seifried. Paul E. 
Sekella, Youston. 
Seliger, Rudolf R. 
Shaff. Ernest H. 
Sloane, Robert W. 

Sloane, Robert W., Thomas, and Fricke. 
Stamper, Hamilton A. 

Stamper, Hamilton A., Blackman, and Nelson. 
Stamper, Hamilton A., Nelson, and Wippert. 
Stelzel, Roderick W. 
Strebinger. Richard R. 
Stuart, Alfred A. 



Bendix Aviation Corporation, assignee : See — Continued. 
Stuart, Alfred A.. Jr. 
Teaaue, Walter D., Jr. 
Templeman, Thomas M. 
Thomas, Thomas H. 

Thomas, Thomas H., Hupp, and Williams. 
Thomas, Thomas H.. Price, and Long. 
Thompson, Thomas J. 
Tobias, Arthur R. 
Tognola, Tullio. 
Torsch, Charles B. 
Tysun, Miller S. 
Uline, William A., and Rowell. 
Volk, Emil A., Jr. 
Volz, Arthur J., and Haase. 
Wechsler, Leonard. 
Wheeler. Richard H. 
Wilde, Charles. 
Winkler. Albert H. 
Wirth. Emil O., and Barfod. 
Woft'ord. George D. 
Wood, Louvan B. 
Wood, Louvan E., and Vining. 
Zimmerman, Harry P. 
Zito, George V. 
Bendix, Gordon H., and R. E. Henry, Park Ridge, and 
N. H. Strodtz, Eola, HI., assignors to Continental Can 
Company, Inc., New York, N. Y. Preservation of green 
color in canned vegetables. 2,589,037, Mar. 11. 
Bendix Home Appliances. Inc., assignee : See — 

Constantine. Arthur R. 
Bendix-Westinghouse Automotive Air Brake Company, 
assignee : See — 
easier, Roger H. 
Bendure, John E. : See — 

Lippard, Thomas R., and Bendure. 
Bendz, Waldemar I., Weston, Mass., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Control system. 2,590,491, Mar. 25. 
Benedek, Elek K., Chicago, 111. Hydraulic propeller pitch 

change mechanism. 2,604,951. July 29. 
Benedict, Alton E., Fair Lawn, N. J. Motion converting 

apparatus. 2,622,445, Dec. 23. 
Benedict, Bruce C, Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to 
Phillips Petroleum Company. Refining lubricating oil. 
2,590,490, Mar. 25. 
Benedict, Bruce C, Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Three-stage propane fractiona- 
tion of reduced crude oil. 2,600,389, June 17. 
Benedict, Bruce C, Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Propane fractionation of reduced 
crude oil with recycle of heavier bottoms. 2,606,859, 
Aug. 12. 
Benedict, Louis A., and W. J. Klauer, assignors to Klauer 
Manufacturing Company, Dubuque, Iowa. Alcohol 
heater for refrigerator cars. 2,582,900, Jan. 15. 
Benedict. Manson, Westfield. N. J., assignor to Hydro- 
carbon Research, Inc., New York N. Y. Mass diffusion 
process and apparatus. 2,609,059, Sept. 2. 
Benedict, Marcus C. : See — 

Redding. Arnold H., and Benedict. 
Benedict, Michael D., Jr., Lynn, and M. J. Shnitzler, 
Brookline, Mass., assignors to The Gillette Company. 
Blade dispensing magazine. 2,617,520, Nov. 11. 

Benedict, Robert G., and P. H. Stodola, Peoria, 111., as- 
signors to the United States of America as represented 
by the Secretary of Agriculture. Antibiotic production 
from streptomyces griseo-carneus. 2 617,755, Nov. 11. 

Benedict. Vincent G., Solvay, N. Y. Boat anchor. 
2,612,131. Sept. 30. 

Benedict, Walter E., Newtown, and E. B. McBride, Phila- 
delphia. Pa., assignors to Sloane-Blabon Corporation, 
Hutchinson Mills, N. J. Covering materials and pro- 
ducing the same. 2,605,204, July 29. 

Benedum, Charles L., Clarksburg. W Va. Aerodynamic 
smoke tunnel. 2,616,291. Nov. 4. 

Benenati, Robert F., Brooklyn. N. Y., and H. P. Buschow, 
North Arlington, N. J., assignors to H.vdrocarbon Re- 
search. Inc.. New York, N. Y. Regenerator and packing 
therefor. 2,602,645, July 8. 

Benes, Caspar P., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Addresso- 
graph-Multigraph Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Ap- 
paratus for shaping metal plates. 2,581.622, Jan. 8. 

Benes, John J., .Jr., assignor to Continental Electric Com- 
pany, Geneva, 111. Fluorescent lamp coating. 2,621,997, 
Dec. 16. 

Benfield, John D., Detroit, Mich. Pipe and tubing 
bender. 2,584,537, Jan. 5. 

Benge, Cleave R., Benkelman, Nebr. Snap-on line guide 
for fishing poles. 2,.596.835. May 13. 

Benge, Joseph B., Evanston, 111. Sign. 2,586,504, Feb. 19. 

Bengtsson, Erik B., Karlskoga, assignor to Aktiebolaget 
Bofors. Bofors, Sweden. Manufacture of bright, stable, 
and light-proof sulfonamide resins. 2,609,356. Sept. 2. 

Bengtsson, Johan P., New York, N. T. Weighing scale. 
2,610,845, Sept. 16. 

Benham. Kent W. : See — 

Anderson, Thomas P., and Benham. 

Beniams, Herman N., assignor to Cutter Laboratories, 
Berkeley, Calif. Acetyl globin and preparation. 
2.597,432, May 20. 

Benian. Souren, Detroit, Mich. Bumper guard. 2,614,877. 
Oct. 21. 



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Beniers, Eniil, assignor to Farbwerke Hoechst vormals 
Meister Lucius & Bruning, Frankfurt-on-the-Main- 
Hochst, Germany. Wool dyestuffs. 2,613,209, Oct. 7. 

Benignus. Paul G., Belleville, 111., assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis. Mo. Water emulsiflable 
soil-poison concentrate. 2,588,318, Mar. 4. 

Benignus, I'aul G., Belleville, III., assignor to Monsanto 
"Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Compositions con- 
taining organic polymeric sulfides and metal salts of 
8-hv(lroxyquinoliue and preparing same. 2,588,796, 
Mar. 11. 

Benignus, Paul G., Belleville, 111., assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Fungi and bacteria 
resistant papermakers' felts and preparing same. 
2,594,384, Apr. 29. 

Benignus, Paul G., Belleville, 111., assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Fungistatic copoly- 
mers of butadiene-1,3 and organic nitriles. 2,608,551, 
Aug. 26. 

Benison, William B., Maskeliya, Ceylon. Transplanting 
device. 2,599,087, June 3. 

Benjamin, Clarence F., North Harlowe, N. C. Hammock 
stand. 2,581,623, Jan. 8. 

Benjamin, Cordelia P., assignor to Air-Way Electric Ap- 
pliance Corporation. Toledo, Ohio. Suction cleaner 
adapted to carry cleaner tools. 2,608,709, Sept. 2. 

Benjamin Electric Manufacturing Company, assignee : 
See — 

Leinen, Arthur P. 
Meyer, Alva H. 

Benjamin, Frederick E., assignee : See — 
Fornelius, Henry A. G. 

Benjamin. Milton L., Shaker Heights, and F. E. Winnen, 
Cleveland, Ohio ; said Winnen assignor to said Benja- 
min. Index fixture. 2,600,960, June 17. 

Benke, William, assignor of ninety per cent to M. A. 
Bauml, San Antonio, Tex. Paper roll holding device. 
2,622,814, Dec. 23. 

Benner, Joseph A., Lancaster, and J. M. Sharf, Lancaster 
Township, Lancaster County, assignors to Armstrong 
Cork Company, Lancaster, Pa. Plastic container 
closure. 2.586.775. Feb. 26. 

Benner, Lloyd N., Brunswick, Maine. Electric power in- 
dicating switch. 2,610,237, Sept. 9. 

Benner-Nawman. Inc., assignee : See — 
Forbes, Gordon B., Jr. 
Nawman. KoUie B. 

Benner. Paul B., assignor to Caterpillar Tractor Co., 
Peoria 111. Cable laying sheave. 2,591,770, Apr. 8. 

Benner, Roland G., and A. C. Stevenson, Carneys Point, 
N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Catalytic hydrogenation of dinitro- 
aromatic compounds. 2,619,503, Nov. 25. 

Bennert, Malcolm C, Methuen, and N. C. Moore, West 
Newbury, Mass., assignors to Western Electric Com- 
pany, Incorporated, New York. N. Y. Apparatus for 
supporting cores in toroidal coil winding machines. 
2,608,8!)2. Sept. 2. 

Bennes, Charles D., Los Angeles, assignor to Technicolor 
Motion Picture Corporation. Hollywood. Calif. Appa- 
ratus for marking a control record. 2,618,338, Nov. 18. 

Bennett, Alfred : See — 

Noxon. Paul A., MacCallum, and Bennett. 

Bennett, Alfred, and D. H. Prince, Widnes, and G. E. 
Edwards, Runcorn, England, assignors to Imperial 
Chemical Industries Limited. Electrolytic cell. 
2,599,363, June 3. 

Bennett, Alva H. : See — 

Tillyer, Edgar D., and Bennett. 

Bennett, Arthur H. : See — 

Piam piano. Frank and Bennett. 

Bennett, Arthur L., Oak Park, and G. A. Mitchell, May- 
wood, 111., assignors to Western Electric Company, In- 
corporated, New York, N. Y. Cementing carbon block 
to porcelain blocks. 2,602,963. July 15. 

Bennett, Arthur N. : See-- 

Brown, Robert J., Nees, and Bennett. 

Bennett, Bailey : See — 

Boyd, Robert E., McFadden and Bennett. 

Bennett. Charles E.. Ridgewood, assignor to The Okonite- 
Callender Cable Company. Incorporated. Paterson, N. J. 
Electric cable system. 2,597,222, May 20. 

Bennett, Charles R., Cleveland, Ohio. Razor blade secur- 
ing device. 2.605,541, Aug. 5. 

Bennett, David A., and R. E. Bennett, Lenox, Iowa. 
Cornstalk crusher. 2.585,296, Feb. 12. 

Bennett. E. R. assignee : See — 
Smith. William O. 

Bennett, Edward, assignor to Cutler-Hammer, Inc., Mil- 
waukee, Wis. Measuring and reporting variables of 
electric and electromechanical systems. 2,581,831, 
Jan. 8. 

Bennett-Feragen Inc., assignee : See — 
Bennett. Harold L. 

Bennett. Frank: See — 

Hallowell, Howard T., Jr., and Bennett. 

Bennett. Frank P.. Riverside, and A. E. Webb, as.signors 
to Three Dimension Company, Chicago, 111. Slide 
changing device for stereopticon projectors. 2,590,492, 
Mar. 25. 

Bennett, Gardell L.. Schenectady, N. Y.. assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Magnetic torque device. 
2,591,395, Apr. 1. 



Nebr. Micrometer. 
Multibumper grille. 



Dam form- 



to The Fairfield 
Conveyer boom 



Toilet flush tank 



Bennett, George. Bronson, Mich. Insect catcher. 
2,604,723, July 29. 

Bennett, Harold L., assignor to Bennett-Feragen Inc., 
South Bend, Ind. Wheel lift for vehicle testing ma- 
chines. 2,583,201. Jan. 22. 

Bennett, Jack O., Jackson Heights, N. Y. Chart holder. 
2,603,896, July 22. 

Bennett, James A. : See — 

Elliott. Raymond G.. and Bennett. 

Bennett, James A. J., Dumbarton, Scotland. Helicopter 
rotor construction. 2,589,527, Mar. 18. 

Bennett, Jamas C, Inglewood, assignor to Anderson Die 
Casting & Engineering Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Venetian blind tilting mechanism. 2,599,884, June 10. 

Bennett, John D., Beaumont, Tex., assignor to Inter- 
national Derrick & Equipment Company, Columbus, 
Ohio. Hydraulic adapter. 2,590,362, Mar. 25. 

Bennett, John D., Beaumont, Tex., assignor to Interna- 
tional Derrick & Equipment Company, Columbus, Ohio. 
Combined traveling block, adapter, and hook. 2,622,846, 
Dec. 23. 

Bennett, Marvin A. : See — 

General, Joseph, and Bennett. 

Bennett. Marvin F.. Hastings, 
2.611.967, Sept. 30. 

Bennett, Norman, Washington, D. C. 
2,585,530, Feb. 12. 

Bennett, Oswald H., Gallatin Gateway, Mont, 
ing machine. 2,622,501, Dec. 23. 

Bennett. Reuel W. : See — 

Jardon. Fritz W., and Bennett. 

Bennett, Rexford P., Honesdale. Pa., assignor to The 
Formica Company. Bobbin. 2,605.059, July 29. 

Bennett, Robert N., McComb; Ohio, assignor to Gar Wood 
Industries, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Adjustable mounting for 
ditching wheel excavators. 2,603,008, July 15. 

Bennett, Robert N., McComb, assignor 
Engineering Company, Marion, Ohio, 
hoisting system. 2,623,629, Dec. 30. 

Bennett, Koswell J. : See — 

Schumacher. Erwin A., and Bennett. 

Bennett, Rowland K. : See — 

Cornell, Milton L., and Bennett. 

Bennett. Roy E. : See — 

Bennett, David A. and R. E. 

Bennett, Samuel M., Brighton, Colo. 
float valve. 2,598,967, June 3. 

Bennett, Thomas G., Hamden, assignor to West Haven 
Shipyard, Incorporated, West Haven. Conn. Hoisting 
and dumping apparatus for oyster dredges or the like. 
2,605,917. Aug. 5. 

Bennett, Thomas R., Kingsbury, London, England, 
assignor to R. Hoe & Co., Inc., New York, N. Y. Web- 
renewing mechanism for printing and other machines. 
2,620,994. Dec. 9. 

Bennett, Thomas R., Kingsbury, London, and C. E. F. 
Willis, Norbury. London. England, assignors to R. Hoe 
& Co. Inc., New York, N. Y. Web-tensioning mechanism 
for use on printing machines. 2.617,610, Nov. 11. 

Bennett, Tom J., Oklahoma City, Okla. Sign with inter- 
changeable characters. 2,608,014, Aug. 26. 

Bennett, Twiggs, Amite, La. Bee brooder. 2,600,194, 
June 10. 

Bennett, Wallis R., and C. A. Cummins, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Decolorizing 
caustic soda solutions. 2,601,203, June 17. 

Bennett. Warren P., Boerne, Tex. Fishing reel seat. 
2,610,204, Nov. 4. 

Bennett, Wesley B.. assignor to Westward Washing Ma- 
chine Company, Detroit, Mich. Flexible coupling. 
2.586.604, Feb. 19. 

Bennett, Willard H., Chevy Chase, Md. Discharging 
static electricity from airplane radio antennas. 
2,583.540. Jan. 29. 

Bennett, William H. : See — 

Sebring. Frank E., and Bennett. 

Bennett, William O., Jr., assignor to Hamilton Watch Com- 
pany, Lancaster, Pa. Time comparator. 2,593,650, 
Apr. 22. 

Bennett, William R., Summit, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New I'ork, N. Y. 
Error correction in sequential code pulse transmission. 
2,596,199. May 13. 

Benning, Anthony F., Woodstown, N, J., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours and Company. Wilmington. Del. 
Fluoroalkylphosphorie compounds. 2.597.702. May 20. 

Benning. Anthony F., Woodstown, and E. G. Young, Clarks- 
boro, N. J., assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Preparing organic com- 
pounds containing fluorine. 2,615.926, Oct. 28. 

Benning, Walter F., assignor to Willys-Overland Motors, 
Inc., Toledo, Ohio. Power take-off mechanism and drive 
therefor. 2,618,979, Nov. 25. 

Benninga (Mitcham) Limited, assignee: See — 
Schoenfeld, Henry D. 

Bennington, Charles H., assignee : See — 
Bennington. Charles S. 

Bennington. Charles S., assignor of one-half to C. H. 
Bennington, Roosevelt, N. Y. Making fashioned weft 
knit fabric. 2.616.275. Nov. 4. 

Bennington, Clyde W., Ferndale, assignor to Detroit Edi- 
son Company, Detroit, Mich. Adjustable leg iron for 
climbers. 2,607,522, Aug. 19. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Benoit, Edmond. Paris. France, assignor to Societe 
Anonyme Societe Nationale de Constructions Aero- 
nautiques Du Sud-Est. Hollow structural element for 
vehicles and more especially for aircraft. 2,604,280, 

Benoit, Pl'enrv F., Charlton City, Mass. Stock switch. 

2,586.144, Feb. 19. 
Benrus Watch Company, Inc., assignee : See— 
Lazrus, Benjamin. 
Marchand, Adamir. 
O'Neill, Henry J. 

Slater, Norman. . , ^ , 

Bonsen, Igor B., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Variable warp airfoil. 2,oS4,fat)ci, 

Veh. 5. „ „ T. T 

Benson, Bernard S., Malibu, and R. E. Brown, Los 

Angeles, assignors to Douglas Aircraft Company, Inc., 

Santa Monica, Calif. Converting device. 2,620,981, 

Dec 9 

Benson, Carl H.. assignor to O. F. Mossberg & Sons. Inc., 



containers. 2.612,285. Sept. 30. 

Benson, Evelyn R.. Cynwyd, Pa. Antiinfection spreading 
shield. 2,623,523, Dec. 30. 

Benson Harold R., Maywood. assignor to NuArc Company, 
Chicago. 111. Arc lamp. 2,616,059. Oct. 28. 

Benson Homer E. : See — 

Crowell. Joyce H.. and Benson. 

Benson, John G., Oswego, N. Y. Velocity indicator for 
moving vehicles. 2,583,202, Jan. 22. 

Benson-Lehner Corporation, assignee : See — 

Lehner, George F. J^ Brown, and Burkhart. 

Benson Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 
Dean, George A. 

Benson, Oden B., Woodmere, N. Y. Flushing device for 
outboard motors. 2,611,631, Sept. 23. 

Benson, Victor A., Santa Clara, Calif. Combined bracket 
and latch for oven doors. 2,611,360, Sept. 23. 

Bent, Arthur J., Penn Townsliip, -Allegheny County. Pa., 
assignor to Westinghouse Air Brake Company. Valve 
device. 2,591,118, Apr. 1. 

Bent, Arthur J., Penn Township, Allegheny County. Pa., 
assignor to Westinghouse Air Brake Company. Fluid 
pressure brake cylinder device. 2,597,917, May 27. 

Bent, Arthur J., Penn Township, Allegheny County Pa., 
assignor to Westinghouse Air Brake Company. Fluid 
pressure control apparatus for free piston machines. 
2,608,052, Aug. 26. 

Benteman, Arland E., Randolph, Kans. Coupling pin lock 
for trailer hitches. 2,593,247, Apr. 15. 

Bentley. Byron R., assignee: See — 
Sadler, Luther E. 

Bentley, Clarence, assignee : See — 
Robbins. Winnie D. 

Bentlev Clarence H. : See — 

BlVtcher, Ralph E., Bentley, and Bucknell. 
Bletcher. Ralph E., Bentley, and Ward. 

Bentley, Clarence H.. Los Angeles, Calif., assignor of 
ten per cent to R. E. Bletcher, twelve and one-half per 
cent to E. H. Bucknell, twelve and one-half per cent to 
M. Bucknell, ten per cent to P. W. Bletcher, twenty-five 
per cent to M. B. Listen, ten per cent to J. H. Bletcher, 
ten per cent to H. B. Skinner, and ten per cent to 
C. R. B. Robertson (also known as Mrs. F. K. Robert- 
son). Shower head. 2,580,722, Jan. 1. 

Bentley, Edward P. : See — 

Draper, Charles S., and Bentlev. 

Whipple. Jack V., and G. P. and E. P. Bentley. 

Bentley Engineering Company Limited. The. assignee : 
See- 
Deans, Frederick E., and Wainwright. 

Bentley. George P. : See — 

Whipple, Jack V., and G. P. and B. P. Bentley. 

Bentley, George P., Garden City, and F. R. House, Bald- 
win, assignors to Instrument Development Laboratories, 
Inc.. Wiiliston Park, N. Y. Stcreopticon phonograph. 
2.587,433, Feb. 26. 

Bentley, Howard C, Detroit, and R. J. Bentley, deceased ; 
R. Bentley, Monroe, Mich., special administratrix. Fill- 
ing spout. 2.598,670, June 3. 

Bentley, Oliver D. H.. Dover, Mass.. assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Spin 
vane control for fans. 2,621,848, Dec. 16. 

Bentley, Robert J. : See — 

Bentley, Howard C, and R. J. 

Bentley, Rose, special administratrix : See — 
Bentley, Howard C, and R. J. 

Bentley, William A. : See — 

Faulkner, Richard D., and Bentley. 

Benton. William H., Jr., Marion. Ind., assignor to Ana- 
conda Wire and Cable Company. Abrasion resistant 
electric cable. 2.614.147. Oct. 14. 

Benua. William E.. Columbus, Ohio. Automatic speed- 
synchronizing mechanism for twin engines. 2.599,885, 
June 10. 

Benveniste, Jacob: See — 

Jensen. Garold K., and Benveniste. 

Benz, Herbert G., St. Paul, Minn. Tire pressure alarm. 
2.620,762, Dec. 9. 

Benze, Henry F„ Emmett, Nebr. Combination toy. 
2.605.812. Aug. 5. 



Benzer, Seymour : See — 

Lark-Horovitz. Karl, Benzer, and Davis. 

Benzer, Seymour, Pasadena, Calif., assignor to Purdue Re- 
search Foundation, La Fayette, Ind. Photovoltaic de- 
vice. 2,622,117, Dec. 16. 

Benzon-Petersen, Boye, assignor to Aktiebolaget Akerlund 
& Ranging, Lund, Sweden. Cardboard packing. 
2,608.339. Aug. 26 

Beranek, Leo L., Cambridge, Mass. Acoustic material 
which thermodynamically absorbs sound. 2,595,047, 
Apr. 29. 

Beranek, Rudolph B., Columbus, Ohio, assignor to Amer- 
ican Blower Corporation, Dearborn, Mich. Fan wheel. 
2,592.851, Apr. 15. 

Berarducci, Albert L. : See — • 

Berarducci, Peter P. and A. L. 

Berarducci. Peter P.. Plainville. and A. L. Berarducci, 
Southington. assignors to B & L Tool & Machine Com- 
pany. Plainville, Conn. Electrically heated paint and 
paper softening tool. 2,612,586, Sept. 30. 

Berb6, Frangois : See — 

Ferrero, Paul, Berb6, and Flamme. 

Berberich, Leo J., and O. E. Anderson, Pittsburgh, as- 
signors to Westinghouse Electric Corporation, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Flexible siliceous sheet material, 
making, and composition therefor. 2,590,493, Mar. 
25. 

Berchak, Jack, Elmira, N. Y. Fishing rod and reel. 
2,599,219, June 3. 

Berchem, Hubert C. Jr., White Bear. Jlinn.. and H. F. 
Pierce, Detroit, Mich. Method and apparatus for lifting 
concrete products. 2,614,880, Oct. 21. 

Berck. William F., assignor to Ralph N. Brodie Company, 
Oakland. Calif. Valve. 2,593,527, Apr. 22. 

Berdan. George D., Fort Worth, Tex. Combined mower 
and trimmer. 2,608,043, Aug. 26. 

Berden, Amedie C. : See — 

Den Hertog, Martinus, and Berden. 

Berdick, Murray, New York, and H. R. Hochstadt, Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., assignors to the United States of America as 
represented by the Secretary of the Army. Compressed 
fuel units of diisopropylideneglyoxal. 2,604,389, July 
22. 

Bereit, Edwin W., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Ingalls 
Stone Company, Bedford, Ind. Hydraulic moving, posi- 
tioning, and holding mechanism. 2,592,001, Apr, 8. 

Beresford, James, & Son Limited, assignee : See — 
Smith, Sidney A. 

Berestneff, Alexis A., assignor to Carrier Corporation, 
Syracuse, N. Y. Absorption refrigeration machine. 
2,583,722, J.an. 29. 

Berestneff, Alexis A., assignor to Carrier Corporation, 
Syracuse, N. Y. Tube bundle for heat exchangers. 
2.599.428, June 3. 

Berg, Bernard. Port Edward. British Columbia, Canada. 
Tool rack for meat blocks. 2,591,229, Apr. 1. 

Berg, Claes, assignor to Aktiebolaget Overums Bruk, 
Overum, Sweden. Depth control of tractor-carried 
agricultural implements. 2,621,575, Dec. 16. 

Berg, Clyde H. O. : See — 

Imhoff. Donald H., and Berg. 
Reed, Homer C, Berg, and Leffert. 

Berg, Clyde H. O., Long Beach, assignor to Union Oil 
Compan.y of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Adsorption 
process. 2,583,352, Jan. 22. 

Berg, Clyde H. O., Long Beach, assignor to Union Oil 
Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Level con- 
trol. 2.,590.148. Mar. 25. 

Berg, Clyde H. O.. Long Beach, assignor to Union Oil 
Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Adsorption 
process and apparatus therefor. 2,594,615, Apr. 29. 

Berg, Clyde H. O., Long Beach, assignor to Union Oil 
Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Absorption 
process and apparatus. 2.603.306, July 15. 

Berg, Clyde H. O., Long Beach, assignor to Union Oil 
Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Adsorp- 
tion process. 2,603,553, July 15. 

Berg, Clyde 11. O., Long Beach, assignor to Union Oil Com- 
pany of California, Los Angeles. Calif. Adsorption proc- 
ess and apparatus. 2,609.887. Sept. 9. 

Berg. Clyde H. O.. Long Beach, assignor to Union Oil 
Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Adsorption 
process. 2,016.515, Nov. 4. 

Berg, Clyde H, O., Long Beach, assignor to Union Oil 
Company of California. Los Angeles, Calif. Adsorption 
process. 2.616.521. Nov. 4. 

Berg, Clyde H. O.. Long Beach, assignor to Union Oil 
Company of California, Los Angeles. Calif. Absorption 
process and apparatus. 2,616,829, Nov. 4. 

Berg. Earl L. : See — 

Cooper. Miles S., and Berg. 

Berg, Elaine, Chicago, 111. Blouse holder. 2,608,691, 
Sept. 2. 

Berg Elaine, Chicago. 111. Combined stocking supporter 
and blouse holder. 2.608.692, Sept. 2. 

Berg, Elaine, Chicago, 111. Ear muff. 2,609.544, Sept. 9. 

Berg. Elaine. Chicago, 111. Head covering. 2,616,089, 
Nov. 4. 

Berg, Elaine. Chicago, 111. Head covering. 2.616,092, 
Nov. 4. 

Berg, Gosta V., Karlskoga, and N. J. Hallman. assignors 
to Aktiebolaget Zander & Ingestrom, Stockholm, Sweden. 
Control of the steam generation in electric steam boilers. 
2.598,490, May 27. 



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Ber" Gustav, Glasgow, Scotland. Beating up tneclianism 
toL- looms, especially tor manufacturing terry toweling. 
2,599.^13, June a. 
Berg. Jacl; G. : Spe — 

Schenr. Ralph D.. and Berg. 
Berg, Jacob, Kommandit-Gesellschaf t, assignee : See — 

Goedecker, Jacob, and Meske. 
Berg, Nets O. : See — 

Budnick, Abraham M., and Berg. 
Ber" Nels O and A. M. Budnick. Seattle, \\ash. Ad- 

iustable hospital table. 2.587,094. Feb 26. _ ^ 
Berg, 0. Magnus, Houston, Tex. Snatch block. 2,o84, (S,5, 

Berg 'oiientin. New Cumberland, Pa., assignor to The 
Hoover Company, North Canton, Ohio. Suction clean- 
er. 2,594,281, Apr. 29. 
Berg Quentin New Cumberland, assignor to Aircraft- 
Marine Products Inc.. Harrisburg, Pa. Coiled strip of 
electrical terraiual.s. 2,604.986. July 29. ^ , ^ 

Berg Samuel S., and J. N. Ashley. Dagenham, England, 
assignors to Societe des Usines Chimiques Rhone- 
Poulenc, Paris. France. Preparing phenthiazine deriva- 
tives. 2,607,773. Aug. 19. 
Berg, Sidney D. : Sec — 

Smith, Merritt E., and Berg. 
Berg, Willie, Chicago, 111. Derby and mute rack holder 

2,591,041, Apr. 1. 
Bergan Martin D.. Westfield. assignor to The Thomas & 
Betts Co., Elizabeth. N. J. Method of and tool for 
crimping tubes. 2,583,625. Jan. 29. 
Bergan, Martin D., Westfleld, assignor to The Thomas 
& Betts Co., Elizabeth, N. J. Electric cable connector. 
2.587.095, Feb. 26. 
Bergan, Martin D., Westfield, assignor to The Thomas & 
Betts Co., Elizabeth, N. J. Cable connector. 2,000,371, 

June 10, „, „ 

Bergan, Martin D., Westfleld, assignor to The Thomas & 
Betts Co., Elizabeth. N. J. T tap. 2,604..341. July 22. 
Bergan, Martin D.. Westfield, assignor to The Thomas & 
Betts Co., Elizabeth, N. J. Insulation piercing wire 
connector. 2,604,.50S, July 22. 
Bergan, Martin D., Westfield. assignor to The Thomas & 
Betts Co., Elizabeth, N. J. Insulated wire joint. 
2,618,684, Nov. 18. 
Bergan, INIartin D.. Westfleld. assignor to The Thomas & 
Betts Co., Elizabeth. N. J. Forming spliced sector 
cables. 2.622.314, Dec. 23. 
Bergan. Martin D., Westfield, and M. A. Graham, assignors 
to The Thomas & Betts Co., Elizabeth, N. J. Electrical 
clasp connector. 2,615,736, Oct. 28. 
Berge. Byron T. : See — 

Larson. Leonard, and Berge. 
Berge. God.^halk, assignor to Aladdin Industries, Incorpo- 
rated, Chicago, 111. Reduction of the powders of the 
oxides of iron or iron alloys. 2.606,110. Aug. 5. 
Bergen. Hans I'.. Ogden, Utah. Hair clipper machine. 

2,608.184, Aug. 26. 
Bergen Jlachine & Tool Company, Inc.. assignee: See — 

Brown. Charles K., Jr. 
Bergen Pipesupport Corporation, assignee : See — 

Kohler. Jolm. 
Bergen, Richard L., Wilinette, and W. B. Johnson, Chica- 
go. 111. Electric heating devices. 2,607,876, Aug. 19. 
Bergen, Stephen A. : Sec — 

Marchraent. William T., Boundy, and Bergen. 
Bergendal. Gunnar, Angliy, near Stockholm, Sweden. 

Dental implement. 2.018,855, Nov. 25. 
Berger, Arthur : See — 

Wolff, Hans, and Berger. 
Berger Brothers Companv. The, assignee : See — 
Moller, Conrad G. 
Versoy, Irving R. 
Versoy, Irving R., and Rapuano. 
Berger. France B., Watertown, Mass., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of War. Instantaneous square- 
root-extracting circuit. 2.605,062. Aug. 5, 
Bei-ger, Frederick J., assignor to Doran Brothers. Incor- 
porated, Danburv. Conn. Pouncing machine with heated 
grease pad. 2.615.600, Oct. 28. 
Berger. Heinrich. and R. Linke, Weinheim-Bergstrasse. 
Germany. Halogen containing resin stabilized with an 
acetylene alcohof. 2,603.622. July 15. 
Berger, Jacob, assignee : See — 

Sarnak, Joseph J. 
Berger, Leo : Sec — 

Lee. John, and Berger. 
Berger. Leo. Nutley. and J. Lee. Esses Fells, assignors to 
Hoffmann-La Roche Inc.. Nutley. N. J. l-alkyl-3-benzo- 
hydryl piperidines. 2.599.364, June 3. 
Berger, Leo, Nutley. and J. Lee. Essex Fells, assignors to 
Hoffmann-La Roche Inc.. Nutley, N. J. Piperidine de- 
rivatives. 2.599.365. June 3. 
Berger. Martin M.. and J. Morales, New York, N. Y. Cigar 

vending apparatus. 2.599.685. June 10. 
Berger, Meyers JM.. Youngstown. Ohio, assignor to United 
States Hoffman Slnrhinery Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Extractor. 2.5S6.292. Feb. 19. 
Berger, Samuel I.. Newark, N. J. Brush holder for mini- 
ature electric motors. 2,602.099. July 1. 
Berger. Samuel I.. Newark, N. J. Reversible tov vehicle. 
2.618,101. Nov. 18. 

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Berger. Sidney M., Brooklyn, N. Y. Stapling machine. 

2.587,096, Feb. 26. 
Berger, William L., National City, Calif. Alternating 
actuator for a pair of flexible cords. 2,620,534, Dec. 9. 
Bergeron, Alfred, Chicopee Falls, Mass. Piston ring 

construction. 2,594,282, Apr. 29. 
Bergeron, Arthur J., Kittery, Maine. Individual poultry 

roost. 2.582.095, Jan. 8. 
Bergeron, Arthur J., Kittery, Maine. Automatic poultry 

feeder. 2.583,203. Jan. 22. 
Bergeron, Rosaire, St.-Simon de Drummondville, Quebec, 
Canada, assignor of flfty per cent to R. D. Murphy. 
Punch for opening cans. 2,620,5d8, Dec. 9. 
Bergeson, Harold B., Wilmington, 111. Welding rod 

holder. 2.609.471, Sept. 2. 
Bergey. Elmer E., Lansdale, Pa., assignor to National 
Casein Company. Chicago. 111. Gluing a plurality of 
wooden elements comprising curing a urea formalde- 
hyde adhesive by means of high-frequency heating. 
2,591.771, Apr. 8. 
Bergfors, Carl A. : See — 

Dickinson, Arthur H., Phelps, and Bergfors. 
Bergfors, Carl A., Yonkers, assignor to International Busi- 
ness Machines Corporation. New York, N. Y. Peaked 
pulse generator. 2,598.491, May 27. 
Berggren, George E., Baltimore. Md.. assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Con- 
tinuous vulcanizing method and apparatus. 2,581,230, 
Jan. 1. 
Berggren, George E., Baltimore. Md., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorpor.-ited. New York. N. Y. Con- 
tinuous vulcanizing nietliod and apparatus. 2,581,231, 
Jan. 1. 
Berggren, George E., Baltimore. !Md., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. Con- 
tinuous vulcanizing method and apparatus. 2,581,232, 
Jan. 1. 
Berggren. George E.. Baltimore, j\ld., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York. N. Y. 
Apparatus for contiuuou.sly making vulcanized articles. 
2.608,718. Sept. 2. 
Berggren. George E., and L. W. Lovett, Baltimore, Md., 
assignors to Western Electric Company, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Apparatus for continuously making 
vulcanized articles. 2,601,699, July 1. 
Berggren, Hal C. : See — 

Jarrett, Jerry, and Berggren. 
Berggren, Lloyd E., Verona, N. J., and A. A. Kurtis, New 
York, N. Y., assignors to Curtiss-Wright Corporation. 
Orifice type flame holder construction. 2,502.110, 
Apr. 8. 
Berggren. Lloyd E., Roseland. N. J., and D. Miller. Lynch- 
burg. Va.. assignors to Curtiss-Wright Corporation. 
Annular combustion chamber with multiiile notched fuel 
nozzles. 2.607.193. Aug. 19. 
Berglund, David J., U. S. Array. Collapsible tube squeezer 
with combined handle and presser foot. 2,620,092, 
Dee. 2. 
Berglund, Lawrence E.. Minneapolis, Minn. Support for 

fur neckpieces. 2,582,308, Jan. 15. 
Berglund, Orion W. : See — 

Deniston, George L., and Ber,gluud. 
Berglund, Orion W., Dayton, assignor to The Orr Felt 
Blanket Company, Piqua, Ohio. Web carrier and mak- 
ing. 2,589,765. Mar. 18. 
Berglund, Ralph M., South Bellingham, assignor, bv 
mesne assignments, to Pacific Laboratories, Inc.. Bell- 
ingham. Wash. Apparatus for boning and slitting fish. 
2,612,652, Oct. 7. 
Berglund, Sven G,, Rockford, and E. C. Karp, assignors to 
Sanitary Scale Company, Belvidere, 111. Meat tender- 
izer. 2,622.269, Dec. 23. 
Bergman, Charles P., deceased, Brooklyn, N. Y., by W. V. 
Elliott, administrator, assignor to Rockwell Manu- 
facturing Company. Bearing for fluid meters. 
2,607.640, Au.g. 19. 
Bergman, Jack, Pittsburgh, Pa. Setting mechanism for 

direct reading numeral clocks. 2,587,277, Feb. 26. 
Bergman, Sven G. : See — 

Ohlund, John A. I., and Bergman. 

Bergman, Sven G., and ,T. A. I. Ohlund, assignors to Aktie- 

bolaget Rainbow. Linkoping, Sweden. Fishing reel for 

fishing rods, 2.623,704. Dec. 30. 
Bergman. Wayne K.. Toledo. Ohio, assignor to Sun Oil 

Companv. Philadelphia, Pa. Pneumatic lift conduit. 

2.610.093. Sept. 9. 
Bergman. William E.. Bartlesville. Okla.. assignor to 

Phillips Petroleum Company. Purification of carboxy- 

methyl cellulose by ion exchange resins. 2,617,800, 

Nov. 11. 
Bergmann. Andrew M,. Cheektowaga. N. Y.. assignor to 

American Optical Company. Southbridge. Mass. Slit 

mechanism. 2.582.410, Jan. 15. 
Bergmann. Christian N.. Pittsburgh, assignor of one-third 

to C. M. Clarke, Sewickley. Pa. Automatic start and 

stop mech.Tnism. 2.599.220. June 3. 
Bergmann. Cliristian N.. Pittsburgh, assignor of one-third 

to C. M. Clarke. Sewickley, Pa. Conveyer system for 

receptacles fed to filler machines. 2. .599. 221, June 3. 
Bergmann. Paul F.. assignor to Johnson Products, Inc., 

MusU-eson Heights, Mich. Hydraulic tappet. 2,599,886, 

June 10. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Bergner, Nore E., Appelviken, assignor to Aktiebolaget 
Separator, Stockholm, Sweden. Centrifugal separator. 
2,591,396, Apr. 1. 

Bergonzo, Giovanni, Turin, Italy. Wheel mounting device. 
2,597,433, May 20. 

Bergquist, Carl H., Strafford. Conn., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Outlet box and mounting bracket 
therefor. 2,605,923, Aug. 5. 

Bergquist, Theodore W., Willow Groove, assignor to J. E. 
Lonergan Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Safety valve. 
2,597,057, May 20. 

Bergqvist, Ake T., and B. I. F. Karlberg, Finspong, 
Sweden. Locking device for the tubes of telescopic 
structures. 2,599,222, June 3. 

Bergsma, Clarence J., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Indian Sales Corporation, Springfield, Mass. Low ca- 
pacity gear pump. 2,589,528, Mar. 18. 

Bergson, Gustav, G^rmantown, Pa., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. High input impedance transis- 
tor amplifier. 2,609,459, Sept. 2. 

Bergstein, Frank D., Cincinnati, Ohio. Transparent tray- 
like structure. 2.593,834, Apr. 22. 

Bergstein, Frank D., Cincinnati, Ohio. Tight carton. 
2,604,252, July 22. 

Bergstein, Frank D., Wyoming, Ohio. Partition structure 
and making it. 2,593,092, Apr. 15. 

Bergstein, Frank D., trustee, assignee : See — 
Bergstein, Robert M. 

Bergstein, Robert M., Cincinnati. Ohio. Manufacture of 
articulated panels. 2,587,68o. Mar. 4. 

Bergstein. Robert M., Cincinnati, Ohio. Knockdown box. 
2,590,371. Mar. 25. 

Bergstein, Robert M., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor to R. M. 
and F. D. Bergstein, trustees. Prelined container hav- 
ing multiple cells. 2,617,576, Nov. 11. 

Bergstein, Robert M., Cincinnati, Ohio. Folding box em- 
ploving noiiscorable sheeting. 2.619.275, Nov. 25. 

Bergstein. Robert M., Wyoming, Ohio. Partitioned carton. 
Re. 23,597, Dec. 23. 

Bergstein, Samuel, Cincinnati, Ohio. Apparatus for as- 
sembling multiple part egg containers and the like. 
2,615,378, Oct. 28. 

Bergsten, Milford A., East Moline, and W. E. Cade, as- 
signors to Deere & Company, Moline, 111. Power con- 
trol for agricultural machines. 2,611,279, Sept. 23. 

Bergstrand, Andrew P. : See — 

Olson, Carl S., and Bergstrand. 

Bergstrom, Albert L.. assignor to The Timken Roller 
Bearing Company, Canton, Ohio. Drill bit. 2,597,771, 
May 20. 

Bergstrom, Albert L., assignor to The Timken Roller Bear- 
ing Company, Canton, Ohio. Sealed bearing unit. 
2,622,944, Dec. 23. 

Bergstrom, Carl V., Milwaukee, Wis. Curtain type inside 
storm window protection. 2,621,724, Dec. 16. 

Bergstrom, Eric V. : See — 

Drew, Robert D., and Bergstrom. 
Penick, Joe, and Bergstrom. 

Bergstrom, Herman A. : See — 

Von Glahn, William H., and Bergstrom. 

Bergstrom, Lars O., assignor to Aktiebolaget Bofors, Bo- 
fors, Sweden. Rocket discharger. 2,609,730, Sept. 9. 

Bergstrom, Leonard A., Racine, Wis. Fertilizer spreader. 
2,609,124, Sept. 2. 

Bergstrom, Roar H., Skovde, Sweden. Tool post for lathes. 
2,616,326. Nov. 4. 

Bergvall, Bertil : See — 

Johansson, Erik, Bergvall. and Alfredsson. 

Bergve, Einar, Froen, Vestre Aker, Norway. Insulating 
metal surfaces. 2,622,992, Dec. 23. 

Berhenke, Luther F. : See — 

Williams, Bill M., Berhenke, and Beman. 

Beria. Biagio, Turin, Italy. Certifying device for cash 
registers. 2,586,201. Feb. 19. 

Beringer, George E., assignor to Bendix Aviation Cor- 
poration, South Bend, Ind. Making a trunnion for 
aircraft landing gear. 2.584,832. Feb. 5. 

Beringer, George E., and W. E. Sanders, assignors to 
Bendix Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Lower 
member of telescoping shock strut. 2,605,985, Aug. 5. 

Beringer, William J., assignor to Aqua-Therm, Inc.. Day- 
ton. Ohio. Liquid-gas contact apparatus. 2,609,888, 
Sept. 9. 

Beriou, William P., and B. G. Wilson, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Convertible table and bar. 2,604,373, July 22. 

Berk, Kenneth E. : See — 

Webster, Warren, and Berk. 

Berke Brothers Distilleries Inc., assignee : See— 
Upton, Frederick P. 

Berkebile. Glenn : See — 

Bastian, Richard R., and Berkebile. 

Berkeley Scientific Company, assignee : See — 

Heikes, Norman L. 
Berkemeyer, Robert, Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 

Petroleum Company. Pebble heater apparatus. 

2,614,823. Oct. 21. 
Berken. Barbara B., assignee : See — 

Buckley, John L. and L. G. 
Berker, Ralph C, Hoxsie, R. I. Gill-drawing machine. 

2,618,022. Nov. 18. 
Berker, Ralph C., Hoxsie, R. I. Gin drawing frame. 

2,621,371. Dec. 16. 



Berkey, Donald C. : See — 

Buckland, Bruce O., and Berkey. 

Berkey, Donald C, Scotia, N. T., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Automatically retractable spark plug 
for gas turbines. 2,604,510, July 22. 

Berkley, Warren D. : See — 

Boiler, William D., Berkley, Ernst, and Landmeier. 

Berkman, Boris, assignor to Milkweed Products Develop- 
ment Corporation, Chicago, 111. Insulated life pre- 
server garment. 2,618,257, Nov. 18. 

Berkner, Robert F., Mahnomen, Minn. Grain dusting ap- 
paratus. 2,606,096, Aug. 5. 

Berkow, Samuel G., Perth Amboy, N. J. Dermasector. 
2,592,533, Apr. 15. 

Berkower, Louis, Bronx, N. X. Perpetual calendar. 
2,605,567, Aug. 5. 

Berkowitz, Joseph, Philadelphia, Pa., and W. Lapin, Los 
Angeles, Calif. Cooling and dispensing beverages. 
2,598,751, June 3. 

Berkowitz, Sidney, Forest Hills, N. Y. Flashlight for 
use in a combined flashlight, cigarette lighter, and 
writing implement. 2,607,883, Aug. 19. 

Berks Electronic Service, Inc., assignee : See — 
Landis, Harold O. 

Berl, Ernst, deceased, by W. G. Berl, executor, Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Colving coal. 2,591,496, Apr. 1. 

Berl, Ernst, deceased, by W. G. Berl, executor, Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Filling body for gas-liquid contact towers. 
2,591,497, Apr. 1. 

Berl, Walter G., executor : See — 
Berl, Ernst. 

Berlant Associates, assignee : See — 
Berlant, Emmanuel. 

Berlant, Emmanuel, Culver City, assignor to Berlant 
Associates, Los Angeles, Calif. Magnetic transducer 
head and mount therefor. 2,587,097, Feb. 26. 

Berlin Chapman Company, assignee : See — 
Bott, Francis J. 

Berlin & Jones Co., Inc., assignee : See — 
Halahan, John, Aronson, and Lyon. 

Berlin, Juan : See — 

Kaufmann, Stephen, Rosenkranz, and Berlin. 

Berliner, Henry A., Washington, D. C., assignor to Engi- 
neering and Research Corporation, Riverdale, Md. Jet 
propulsion system for airplanes. 2,597,610, May 20. 

Berliner. Henry A., Washington, D. C. Piston-type pump. 
2,604,907, July 29. 

Berliner, Henry A., Washington, D. C, assignor to En- 
gineering & Research Corporation, Riverdale, Md. 
Variable area tail pipe for jet engines. 2,608,820, 
Sept. 2. 

Berliner, Victor R., SomervlUe, N. J., assignor to Ortho 
Pharmaceutical Corporation. Whole fresh egg semen 
diluter. 2,598,881, June 3. 

Berlyn, Martin J., Enfield, Conn., and C. H. Nystrom, West 
Springfield, assignors to American Bosch Corporation, 
Springfield, Mass. Pump. 2,601,830, July 1. 

Berman, Edith A., Washington, D. C. Self-elevated lap 
desk. 2,596,094, May 13. 

Berman, Elsie L. : See — 

Berman, Jean S., E. L., and O. A. 

Berman. Frank, Brooklyn, N. Y. Wire mesh strainer or 
the like. 2,585,729, Feb. 12. 

Berman, Frank, Pewaukee. Wis. Flashlight with H- 
shaped frame forming opposed holders for dry cells and 
lamp head. 2,612,598. Sept. 30. 

Berman, Gustave S., New York, N. Y. Sun shield and 
storm shield. 2,605,777, Aug. 5. 

Berman, Hans, Forest Hills, N. Y., and R. I. Prupis, 
Irvington. assignors to Conmar Products Corporation, 
Newark, N. J. Apparatus for electrolytic treatment of 
spaced metallic elements. 2,591,042, Apr. 1. 

Berman, Jean S., B. L., and O. A., New York, N. Y. Foun- 
tain curling rod. 2,600,727, June 17. 

Berman, Oscar A. : See — 

Berman, Jean S., E. L., and O. A. 

Berman, Oscar A., New York, N. Y. Pad for the applica- 
tion or removal of cosmetics. 2,621,354, Dec. 16. 

Berman, Robert A., Lawrence, N. Y. Respiratory device. 
2,599,521, June 3. 

Bermann, Louis D., Ossining, N. Y. Wall box. 2,611,501, 
Sept. 23. 

Bernake, Raymond J. : See — 

Manske, Joseph J., Martin and Bernake. 

Bernard, Arthur A. Chicago, 111. Portable shape cutter. 
2,586.907, Feb. 26. 

Bernard, Arthur A., Chicago, 111., assignor to National 
Cylinder Gas Company. Shielded arc welding method 
and gas confining means. 2,590,084, Mar. 25. 

Bernard, Arthur A., Chicago, 111. Shape-cutting machine 
or the like. 2,600,728, June 17. 

Bernard, Arthur A., Chicago, 111. Arc welding rod and 
producing same. 2,612,583, Sept. 30. 

Bernard, Auguste. assignor to Societe dite : Compagnie 
de Fives-Lille, Paris, France. Sugar cane mill. 
2,612,101, Sept. 30. 

Bernard. Edward, Co., assignee : See — 
Yellin, Morrisn. 

Bernard, George C. : See — 

Bond, Donald C, and Bernard. 

Bernard, John B., Jr., assignor to Walker Machine & 



Foundry Corporation, 
2,592,785, Apr. 15. 



Roanoke, Va. Bench grinder. 



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Bernard Robert A.. Upper Darby, Pa., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours and Company, Wilmington. Del. 
Manufacture and recovery of dlaroyl-diamlno-disulfo- 
stUbenes. 2,616,926, Nov. 4. 

Bernarde, Henry L. : See — 

Wlese. David B.. and Bernarde. 

Bernarde, Henry L., Union, N. J., assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation East Plttsburgli, Pa. Electrore- 
sponsive device. 2,603,704, July 15. 

Bernardelli, Enzo, assignee : See — 
Belleri, Baldassare. 

Bernardelli, Vico, assignee : See — 
Belleri, Baldassare. • 

Bernardelli, Vlncenzo, assignee : iSee — 
Belleri, Baldassare. 

Bernardi Alfredo N., Highland Park, 111. Lawn trimmer 
and shrubbery pruner. 2,587,586, Mar. 4. 

Bernardin Bottle Cap Co., Inc., assignee : See — 
Lyon. Edmond H. 

Bernardini, Joseph A. : See — 

Blewett, Howard W., and Bernardini. 

Bernardo, Vicente S. D., Binondo, Manila, Philippine 
Islands. Pin tumbler lock. 2,620,649, Dec. 9. 

Bernd Alfred, Herdecke, Germany. Electric flow heater. 
2,618,732, Nov. 18. 

Berndt, Richard F., Racine. Wis., assignor to Virkotype 
Corporation. Powder separator and dispenser. 
2,591,043. Apr. 1. 

Berndt, Richard F., Racine, Wis., assignor to Virkotype 
Corporation. Raised printing apparatus. 2,603,180, 
July 15. 

Berner, Emily, New York, N. X. Tobacco pipe cleaner. 
2,602,455. July 8. 

Berner, Erling, Gothenburg, Sweden. Sound-absorbing 
board with holes containing debris material. 2,615,525, 
Oct. 28. 

Berner, Robert G. : See — 

Bolinger, Edgar D., and Berner. 

Berney, Harold J., Washington, D. C. assignor to Aberney 
Corporation, Bethesda, Md. Rotatably adjustable an- 
tenna. 2,594,115, Apr. 22. 

Bernfeld, Sandor, B. Bomse and S. Scharfspitz, New York, 
N. Y. Ball point pen ink. 2.585.531. Feb. 12. 

Bernhag, Carl R., Goteborg, Sweden, assignor to Ad- 
dressograph-Multigraph Corporation, Wilmington, Del. 
Tab sensing means in addressing printing machines. 
2,623,453. Dec. 30. 

Bernhard, Charles, assignee : See — 
Bernhard. George. 

Bernhard George, Hewlett, assignor of one-half to C. Bern- 
hard, Great Neck, N. Y. Combination apparatus for 
liquid fuel. 2,585.081, Feb. 12. 

Bernhard, George, Hewlett, N. Y. Combustion apparatus. 
2,603,280. July 15. 

Bernhard, Joseph, Stepney, Conn., assignor to Consolidated 
Trimming Corporation, New York, N. Y. Drapery head- 
ing. 2,599,429, June 3. 

Bernhardt, Ella H., New York, N. Y. Bust form. 
2,593,002, Apr. 15. 

Bernhardt, Rudolph, Chicago, 111. Measuring cup. 
2,583,808. Jan. 29. 

Bernhart, Alv W., New Orleans, La., assignor to Main- 
mast Securities, Limited, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. 
Apparatus for cleaning fibrous material. 2,605,510, 
Aug 5. 

Bernhart, Finn W., Holt, and J. B. Hassinen, Mason, 
Mich., assignors to Wyeth Incorporated, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Fat composition for infanta' food. 2,611,706, 
Sept. 23. 

Bernheim, Daniel P., Southbridge, and C. G. Silverberg, 
Sturbridge, assignors to American Optical Company, 
Southbridge, Mass. Lens blocking device. 2,580,507, 
Jan. 1. 

Berni. Louis W. : See — 

Scannellj Eustace S., and Berni. 

Berninger, Kenneth L., Dayton, assignor of one-half to 
W. F. Stover, Pleasant Hill, Ohio. Percussion tool. 
2,002,360, July 8. 

Bernstein, Herbert I., and C. F. Fuchg, assignors to The 
Emulsol Corporation, Chicago, 111. Preparation of sham- 
poos. 2,588,197. Mar. 4. 

Bernstein, Joseph R., Chicago, lU. Shoe spike. 2,584,182, 
Feb. 5. 

Bernstein, Nahum A., assignee : See — • 
Zepelovitch, Nathan. 

Bernstein, Sam : See — 

Holtz, George F.. and Bernstein. 

Bernstein. Seymour, and K. J. Sax, Pearl River, assignors 
to American Cyanamid Company, New York, N. y! De- 
hydroisoandrosteryl mercaptan and process. 2,582,918, 
Jan. ]5. 

Bernstein, Seymour, and K. J. Sax, Pearl River, N. Y., 
and D. Giancola, Jersey City. N. J., assignors to Amer- 
ican Cyanamid Company. New York, N. Y. A(s-ii) 
androstendlols and process. 2,588,608, Mar. 11. 

Bernstein, Seymour, and K. J. Sax, Pearl River, assignors 
to American Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. 
Androstatrienes and preparing the same. 2,593,248, 
Apr. 15. 

Bernstein, Seymour, Pearl River, N. Y., and D. J. Gian- 
cola, Jersey City, N. J., assignors to American 
Cjanamid Company, New York, N. Y. A7,9-an- 
drostadl«nes and preparing the same. 2,593,249, Apr. 
15. 



Bernstein, Seymour, Pearl River, N. Y., D. J. Giancola, 
Jersey City, N. J., and K. J. Sax, Pearl River, assignors 
to American Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. 
Preparing A^^'-pregnadienes. 2,595,327, May 6. 

Bernstein, Seymour, Pearl River, N. Y., and D. J. Giancola, 
Jersey City, N. J., assignors to American Cyanamid 
Company, New York, N. Y. ds(sU4. -androstadienes and 
preparing the same. 2,606,914, Aug. 12. 

Bernstein, Seymour, and R. M. Antonucci, Pearl River, 
and M. D. Heller, Monsey, assignors to American 
Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. Cyclic ketal de- 
rivatives of steroids and preparing the same. 2,622,081, 
Dec. 10. 

Bernstein, Wilburn F^ Hollywood, 111., now by judicial 
change of name W. F. Bradley ; E. Bradley, administra- 
trix of said W. F. Bradley deceased. Magnetic oil seal 
construction. 2,589,766, Mar. 18. 

Bernstein, William, Middle Island, N. Y., and R. Ballen- 
tine, Baltimore, Md., assignors to The United States of 
America as represented by the United States Atomic 
Energy Commission. Radioactive particle counting. 
2,622,208. Dec. 16. 

Bernzott, Hugo : See — 

Du Mais, Leo J., and Bernzott. 

Du Mais, Leo J., Bernzott, and Prokop. 

Moomaw, Lewis H., and Bernzott. 

Berreau, Thomas O. : See — 

Roell. William J., and Berreau. 

Berrick, William M., Baltimore, Md. Matrix stick posi- 
tioning means. 2.586.776. Feb. 26. 

Berridge, Thomas W., Billerica, and H. F. Nordheim, 
Waltham, Mass. Dispenser for pressure-sensitive tape. 
2,582,813, Jan. 15. 

Berriman, John A., Corringham, and J. C. Selbie, Up- 
minster. England, assignors to Shell Development Com- 
pany, San Francisco, Calif. Distillation of furfural. 
2,611,740, Sept. 23. 

Berry Asphalt Company, assignee : See — 
Pullar, Harold B. 

Berry, Clarence T., deceased, Augusta, Wis., O. Berry, 
administratrix of said Clarence T. Berry. Lubricating 
apparatus. 2,615,442, Oct. 28. 

Berry, Clifford E., assignor to Consolidated Engineering 
Corporation, Pasadena, Calif. Mass spectrometer. 
2,583,541, Jan. 29. 

Berry. Clifford E., Altadena, assignor to Consolidated 
Engineering Corporation, Pasadena. Calif. Variable 
resolution collector system. 2.593,407, Apr. 22. 

Berry, David A.. Painesville, assignor to Diamond Alkali 
Company, Cleveland. Ohio. Preparing a drying oil by 
dehydrochlorination. 2,587,588, Mar. 4. 

Berry, David A., Painesville, assignor to Diamond Alkali 
Comtmny, Cleveland, Ohio. Dyestuffs and making same. 
2,593,406, Apr. 22. 

Berry, Edward J., Cranston, and G. T. Allenson, Lincoln, 
R. I., assignors to Draper Corporation, Hopedale, Mass. 
Temple mounting means for looms. 2,598,882, June 3. 

Berry, Frank, Corinth, Miss., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Oliver Iron and Steel Corporation. Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Refrigerator compressor. 2,596,640, May 13. 

Berry, Frank, Corinth, Miss., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Oliver Iron and Steel Corporation, Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Multicylinder rotary abutment hydraulic power 
converter. 2.614,503. Oct. 21. 

Berry, Frank W., Long Beach, Calif., assignor by decree 
of distribution to L. Berry. Testing pipe. 2,610,691, 
Sept. 16. 

Berry, George E., and G. C. Ridings, Washington, D. C. 
Combination lock. 2,611.259. Sept. 23. 

Berry, George W., assignor to Berry Milking System. 
Modesto. Calif. Milk receiving and discharging unit. 
2,583,723. Jan. 29. 

Berry, Jack H. : See — 

Paradise. Louis A., and Berry. 

Berry, Jack H., Rock Island, assignor to Deere & Com- 
pany, Aloline, 111. Baler. 2,620,724, Dec. 9. 

Berry, Jack R.. assignor to The Buckeye Incubator 
Company, Springfield, Ohio. Double wailed fountain. 
2,615.425, Oct. 28. 

Berry. Joseph W.. Stourbridge, assignor to The Birming- 
ham Aluminum Casting (1903) Companv Limited, Bir- 
mingham, England. Bobbin. 2,617,613, Nov. 11. 

Berry. Lois, assignee : See — 
Berry, Frank W. 

Berry Milking System, assignee : See — 
Berry. George W. 

Berry, Norton E., Newburgli, Ind., assignor to Servel, 
Inc., New York. N. Y. Solution preheater for absorp- 
tion refrigeration systems. 2,584.250. Feb. 5. 

Berry, Norton E., Newburg, Ind., assignor to Servel, Inc.. 
New York, N. Y. Air-conditioning apparatus. 2,604,306, 
July 22. 

Berry, Norton E., Newburgh, Ind., assignor to Servel, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Apparatus for controlling the con- 
centration of noncondensable gases in an absorption 
refrigeration system. 2,610,482, Sept. 16. 

Berry, Orofino, administratrix : See — 
Berry, Clarence T. 

Berry. Reni S. : See — 

Newman, Carl A., and Berry. 

Berrv, Robert I., Chicago. 111. Lighting fixture and louver 
for elongated tubular lamps. 2,586,908, Feb. 26. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Berry, Robert R., San Francisco, Calif. Ore sorting sys- 
tem. 2,o8T,686. Mar. 4. 

Berry, Roger \V., Princeton, 111. Egg separator with 
thumb operable yolk trap. 2, 614. ,'5912. Ocr. 21. 

Berry, Theodore M., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Weft straightener. 2,023,202, 
Dec. 30. 

Berry, \erneH. : See — 

Hulswit, William 11., Jr., Briscoe, and Berry. 

Berry, William T., Jr.. assignor ro Ca.ssett Furniture In- 
dustries, Incorporated. Bassett. A'a. Angularly and 
rotatablv adjustable work holder and support therefor. 
2.61(i.4U4. Nov. 4. 

Bersclieid. Irvine J., Bissett, Manitoba, Canada. Detach- 
able bit. 2.582,944, Jan. 22. 

Bersworth. Fi-ederic.v C Verona, N. J. Alkylene poly- 
aniine methvlene phosphonic acids. 2,599,807, June 10. 

BersworCh, Frederick C, Verona. N. J. Phosphonic 
alkylene polvamino acids and producing same. 
2.«()9.390. Sept. 2. 

Bei-r, Ruymoiid ]•:., and J. L. Wetta. Maize, Kans. Cutter 
bar iiKiuutiug and control for crop cutting vehicles. 
2.59r,,()41. May 13. 

Berteau.Y, Kaoul P. J., Uccle-Brussels, assignor to Solvay 
& Cie. Brussels, Belgium. Producing granular clusters 
of crystalline matter. 2,594,723, Apr. 29. 

Bcrtein, Francois : See — 

Grivot. Pierre, and Bertein. 

Berteiu, Fr.TUfois, Paris, France, assignor to Compagnie 
Generale de Telegraphie Sans Fil. Correcting electronic 
o]iiiea.l systems. 2.600,463, June 17, 

Berlele. Hans C, Purley, England. Metal vapor electric 
discharge apparatus. 2,594,851, Apr. 29. 

Bertele, Ludwig J., Heerbrugg, Switzerland. High-aper- 
tiir(> and hiah-transmission three component ob.iective. 
2.600,610, June 17. 

Bertele, Ludwig J.. Heerbrugg. Switzerland. Optical eye- 
piece, ijarticularly for wide angles. 2,621,564, Dec. 16. 

Bertele, Ludwig, Heerbrugg, Switzerland. Three-compo- 
nent ob.iective. 2.622,479. Dec. 23. 

Bertele, Ludwig, Heerbrugg, Switzerland. Four-compo- 
nent objective composed of six lenses. 2,622,480, Dec. 
23. 

Berterottiere, Reni5. Paris, France, assignor to Compagnie 
Generale do Telegraphie Sans Fil. Multicellular 
velocity-modul.nted inhp. 2,584,323. Feb. 5. 

Berthelsen, Walter, assignor to Pneumatic Scale Cor- 
poration Limited, Quincy. JIass. Bottle testing and 
sorting apparatus. 2.60().057. Aug. 12. 

Berthiez. Charles W., Paris, France. Amplifying indicator 
for the travel of movable machine parts. 2,604,700, 
July 29. 

Berthiez, Cliarles W., Paris, France. Oil recovery device 
for machine slideways. 2,620,238, Dec. 2. 

Berthiez, Charles W., Paris, France. Device for control- 
ling the speed of a Leonard group. 2,620,462, Dec. 2. 

Bertin^ Jean H., and R. H. Marchal. assignors to Societe 
Nationale d'Etude et de Construction de Moteurs d'Avia- 
tion, Paris, France. Aerodynamic valve. 2,619,124, 
Nov. 25. 

Bertolet, Elmer C, Jr., Manheim, Pa., assignor to Ray- 
bestos-Manhattan. Inc., Passaic, N. J. Apparatus for 
producing airlaid fibrous webs. 2,581,069, Jan. 1. 

Berti-am, Henry J,, Kansas City, Mo. Decoy. 2,622,360, 
Dec. 23. 

Bertram, Sidney, Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to the 
United States of America as represented by the Secre- 
tary of the Navy. Multiple channel electronic switch. 
2.594,535, Apr. 29. 

Bertrand, Joseph V., Brooklyn, assignor to Hydr^^ess, In- 
corporated, New York, N. X. Piston seal. ^^1,230, 
Apr. 1. 

Bertsch, Emit, Bombay, India, assignor to G. Volkart, 
■\Vinterthur. Switzerland. Method and apparatus for 
cooling concrete mixture components. 2.595.631, 
May 6. 

Bertschinger, .Tacqnes, Wohlen, Switzerland. Unit for 
adapting firearms to air gun operation. 2,605,756, 
Aug. 5. 

Berwick, Albert G., Streathnm. London, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Gaskell & Chambers Limited, Birming- 
ham, England. Takedown liquid measuring dispenser 
having resiliently connected inlet and outlet valves. 
2.601.3.59. June 24. 

Berwick. Albert G.. London, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Gaskell & Chambers Limited. Birmingham, 
England, Apparatus for cooling liquids, 2,603,072, 
July 15. 

Berwiclc, Jo D.. Chicago, 111., assignor to Wingfoot Corpo- 
ration. Akron. Ohio, Pi-ess wheel for farm planter, 
2,604,836, July 29, 

Bery, Donald N., Denver, Colo, Boat carrier for auto- 
mobiles, 2,613.020, Oct. 7. 
Besag, Ernst, and W. E. Hill, Streetly, and T. D, G, Win- 
tie, Walsall, assignors to J, A, Crabtree & Co. Limited. 
Walsall, Staffordshire, England, Ambient temperature 
compens.ating means for automatic circuit breakers. 
2,606.062, Aug, 5, 
Besag, Ernst, Streetly, and T. D, G, Wintle, Hall Green. 
Birmingham, assignors to J. A. Crabtree & Co. Limited. 
Walsall, England. Thermal overload release device for 
contactors or automatic circuit breakers. 2,618,720, 
Nov. 18. 



Besag, Ernst, Streetly, and T. D. G. Wintle, Birmingham, 
assignors to J. A. Crabtree & Co. Limited, Walsall, 
England. Moving contact of electric switches. 
2,620,416, Dec, 2, 
Besaw, George A. : See — 

Welsh, Harold H„ and Besaw. 
Besha, l^eon A. : See — 

MnxAvell, Charles A., Lutton, and Besha. 
Bess, Leon, Boston, Mass., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to the United States of America as represented 
by the Secretary of War, Voltage pulse generating 
circuit, 2,589,767. Mar. 18, 
Bess, Leon, Kansas City. Mo., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to the United States of America as represented 
by the Secretary of the Navy. Blocking oscillator. 
2,605,423, July 29. 
Besse, Victor B.. Fort Worth, Tex. Reaming tool. 

2,599,887. June 10. 
Bessell. Howard W. JIanhasset, N. Y., assignor to The 
N. N. Hill Brass Company, East Hampton, Conn. Toy 
telephone. 2,582.096, Jan. 8. 
Bessiere, Pierre E., Paris, assignor to Society "Electro- 
Mecanique de I'Aveyron," Rodez, France. Electric 
brake. 2,017,052, Nov. 4. 
Besson, Alec P.. assignor to Londex Limited, London, Eng- 
land, Measuring apparatus, 2,618,752, Nov, 18, 
Bessonnet, Au.guste J,, and P, C, Borel, Boulogne-Billan- 
court, France, assignors to International Standard Elec- 
tric Corporation, New Y'ork, N. Y, Substituting key- 
boards for dials in telegraph systems. 2,601,239, 
June 24. 
Best, Albert M., assignor to The New Holland Machine 
Division of The Sperry Corporation, New Holland, I'a. 
Side rake tooth mounting. 2,608,046, Aug. 26. 
Best, Ciiris E. : Sec — 

Con.;rd, Wendell R., and Best. 
Best, Cyril : See — 

Molins, Desmond W., Best, and Chandler, 
Best, Cyril, assignor to Molins Machine Company Limited, 
London, England. Sampling device for use in the 
weighing of cigarettes. 2,001,786, July 1. 
Best Foods, Inc, The, assignee : See — 

Melnick, Daniel, 
Best, Frank E,, Indianapolis, Ind, Ground following map 

and navigation instrument, 2,608,094, Aug, 26, 
Best Manufacturing Company, Inc, assignee : See — 

Schiel, Wilhelm., and Zacher, 
Best, Marcellus, Jr. : See — 

Helterliue, Leo L.. Jr., Best, and Bunblasky. 
Best, Melvin H., and C. B. Le Bon, III, Pasadena, assignors 
to Arcadia Metal Products, Arcadia, Calif. Closure. 
2,619.205, Nov. 25. 
Best, Nolan R.. Avondale, Jld. Cathode-ray dynamic 

focusing circuit, 2,623,195, Dec, 23, 
Best, Norman M,, assignor to Antiference Limited. London, 

England, Wireless^aeriai, 2,617,935, Nov. 11. 
Best. Stanley G.. Manchester, assignor to United Aircraft 
Corporation, East Hartford, Conn. Fuel control with 
tempor.iture datum shifter. 2.623,354, Dec. 30. 
Best, Wilson F., Grand Rapids, Mich, Straight sided 

stacking tote or packing box, 2,010,756, SelU, 16, 
Beste, Harold E,, Verona, assignor to Allen B. Du Mont 
Labov.atories, Inc, Passaic, N, J. Tunin.g indicator, 
2,606,239, .\ug, 5. 
Bestehorn, Hpinrich H, : See — 

Grimniel. Harry W,, and Bestehorn, 
Bestehorn, Heinrich H.. Easton, Pa., and J. F. Morgan. 
Phillipsbnrg, N. .1.. assignors to General Aniline & 
Film Corporation, New Y'ork. N. Y. Metallized ortho- 
hydroxv, ortho amino uionoazo dyestuffs. 2,583,925, 
Jan. 29. 
Bestian, Herbert, assignor to Farbwerke Hoechst voi-mals 
Meister Lucius & Bruning, Frankfurt-on-the-Main- 
Hochst, Germauv. Polyvalent alk.ylene imine esters and 
preparing them. 2,590,200, May 13. 
Betancourt, Ruben B., Habana, Cuba. Shutter. 2,602,502, 

.Tuly 8. 
Bete Fog Nozzle. Inc., assignee : See — 

Bete, John U. 
Bete, John U., Stougliton, assignor to Bete Fog Nozzle, 
Inc. Greenfield, Mass. Spray nozzle. 2,612,407, Sept. 
30. 
Betex Sales Corporation, assignee : See — 

Silver. Arnold. 
Bethge. Bernhard, Fontenay-sous-Bois, and H, Welker, 
Vaucresson, assignors to Societe Anonyme dite Com- 
pagnie des Freins & Signaux Westinghonse, Paris, 
France, Point contact semiresistor assembly. 

2,618,691, Nov, 18, 
Bethke, Clarence E„ Milwaukee, Wis, Illuminated gun 

sight, 2,596,522. May 13, 
Bethlehem Silk Company, The, assignee : See — 

Johnston, John M. 
Bethlehem Steel Company, assignee : See — 
Hayward, Carle R. 
Kovatch, Robert J. 
Penrod, Robert E, 
Richards, Ward F, 
Roecker, Earl E, 

Worthen, Eugene P,, and Barbour, 
Worthen, Eugene P., and Fox. 
Zollinger. Walter H. 
Bethlehem Supply Company, assignee : See — 
Fagg, Lee. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Wayne, 
Bobbin. 



Depth gauge 



Betner, Benj. C, Company, assignee : See — 
McDowell, William J. 

Betner, Benjamin C, Company, assignee : See — 
Higginbottom, William E. 

Betner, Thomas E., and J. R. Townsend, 
Pa., assignors to Sonoco Products Company. 
2,615,650, Oct. 28. 

Bettendorf Company, The, assignee : See — 
Kottmann, Arthur A. 
Palmer, William C, and Kottmann. 

Bettenhausen. Charles C, Lincoln, Nebr. 
cutter knife. 2.607,987, Aug. 20. 

Better Brushes, Inc., assignee : See — 
Wilson, Richard B. 

Better Packages Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Krueger, Theodore H. 
Krueger, Theodore H., and Sharpe. 
Sharpe Everett E. 

Bettis, Wilbur F. : See — 

Bagnell, Edgar W., and Bettis. 

Bettison, David C. : See — 

Keaton, Frank H.. and Bettison. 

Bettman, Carl H., Cedarhurst, N. Y. Production of sugar- 
coated processed cereals. 2,607,691, Aug. 19. 

Bettman. Carl H.. Cedarhurst, N. Y. Modifying butter. 
2,612,454. Sept. 30. 

Bettoni, Eugene C. : See — ■ 

Colvin, Clifford, and Bettoni. 

Bettoni, Eugene C, Bloomfield Hills, Mich., assignor to 
G. M. and E. Plolley. Removable ignition lubricator. 
2,603,313, July 15. 

Betts, Gilbert L., Minneapolis, Minn. Electric data proc- 
essor. 2,598,155, May 27. 

Betts, Joseph L., Jr., and A. L. Chaney, Baton Rouge, 
La., assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. 
Brominating xylene. 2,591,498, Apr. 1. 

Betts, Joseph L., Jr.. E. A. McCracken, H. J. Rose, and 
R. E. Wood, Baton Rouge, La., assignors to Standard 
Oil Development Company. High solids content, low 
viscosity butadiene-styrine copolymer latex for emulsion 
paint base. 2.605,242, July 29. 

Betts, William W., assignor of five percent to M. Dilley, 
Binghamton, N. Y. Rotary scoring cutter assembly. 
2,610,687, Sept. 16. 

Betz Corporation, assignee : See — 
Knapp, Andrew E. 
Lange, Henry J. 

Betz, John R., Sunman, Ind. Censer. 2,621,379. Dec. 16. 

Betz, Lawrence, Chicago, 111. Battery and cable carrier. 
2,610,987. Sept. 16. 

Betz, Paul L., assignor to Consolidated Gas Electric Light 
and Power Company of Baltimore, Baltimore, Md. Elec- 
trical energizing means for limit control devices and 
the like. Re. 23,470, Mar. 18. 

Betz, Paul L., assignor to Consolidated Gas Electric 
Light and Power Company of Baltimore, Baltimore, Md. 
Mercury switch with alignment responsive means. 
2,583,505, Jan. 22. 

Beu. Karl E. : See — 

Claassen. Howard H.. and Beu. 

Beucler, Marcel. Paris. France. Laundry machine. 
2,584.833, Feb. 5. 

Beuerman, Ralph A.. Kenmore, N. Y., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours and Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Register control system for web cutting mechanisms. 
2, .599, 430, June 3. 

Beuhler. William B. : See — 

Smith, Homer E., and Beuhler. 

Beukema, Willem, Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor to 
Hartford National Bank and Trust Company. Hartford, 
Conn., as trustee. Amplitude limiting circuit arrange- 
ment. 2.616.967, Nov. 4. 

Beurskens, Thomas J., St. Louis, Mo. Combination baby 
walker and stroller. 2,606.593, Aug. 12. 

Beuscher, William B., assignor to Rupert Diecasting 
Company, Kansas City. Mo. Aluminum die-casting 
machine. 2.585,297, Feb. 12. 

Beuscher, William B.. assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Appliance Engineering Co., Kansas City, Mo. 
Wringer assembly having interconnected roll pres- 
sure and drive. 2.590,494, Mar. 25. 

Beutel, George A. : See — 

Rittner. Edmund S.. Grace, Fine, and Beutel. 

Bentel. Robert J.. Brooklyn. N. Y.. assignor to Anieric.Tn 
Machine and Foundry Company. Wrapping machine 
for articles of varying sizes. 2,600,833, June 17. 

Bevan, Eric A., Halebank, Widnes, and R. S. Robinson, 
Woolton, Liverpool, England, assignors, by mesne as- 
signment?, to Reichhold Chemicals. Inc., Detroit, Mich. 
Resinous reaction products of cyclohexanones and un- 
saturated dicarboxylic acids. 2,583,204, Jan. 22. 

Bevan, George, Norfolk, Va., assianor to Freight Handling 
Corporation. Lift truck. 2,610,751, Sept. 16. 

Bevard, Roger L. : See — 

Hoyle, Albert C, and Bevard. 

Beveridge, Harold N. : See — 

Hall, William M., and Beveridge. 

Beveridge, Harold N.. Washington, D. C, assignor to 
Honorary Advisory Council for Scientific and Industrial 
Research. Ottawa. Ontario, Canada. Capacitance 
meter. 2.599.528, June 10, 

Beveridge. John V., Oakland, Calif. Patten. 2.599,740, 
June 10. 



Beveridge, Robert A. : See — 

Wissmiller, Vernon D„ and Beveridge. 

Beverino, Naomi C, La Canada, Calif. Tailor's tack 
needle. 2.586.505. Feb. 19. 

Beverino, Naomi C, La Canada, Calif. Tailor tack 
needle. 2,622,776, Dec. 23. 

Bevilacqua, Edward M., Ramsey, N. J., assignor to 
United States Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. In- 
creasing the mechanical stability of formaldehyde-pre- 
served natural rubber latex. 2.587,278, Feb. 26. 

Bevilacqua, Edward M., Ramsey, N. J., assignor to United 
States Rubber Company, New York, N. Y. Increasing 
the mechanical stability of formaldehyde-preserved 
natural rubber latex. 2,587,279, Feb. 26. 

Bevilacqua, Edward M., Ramsey, N. J., assignor to United 
States Rubber company. New York, N. Y. Increasing 
the mechanical stabilitv of formaldehyde-preserved 
natural rubber latex. 2,587,280, Feb. 26. 

Bevilacqua, Edward M.. Ramsey, N. J., assignor to United 
States Rubber Company. New York, N. Y. Increas- 
ing the mechanical stabilitv of formaldehyde-preserved 
natural rubber latex. 2,587,281, Feb. 26. 

Bevington, John E., Mechanicsville, assignor of one-half to 
J. W. Leoblein. Cleveland, Ohio. Window stop. 
2,611,034, Sept. 23. 

Bevington. Julius J., assignor to The B & R Manufactur- 
ing Company. Toledo, Ohio. Litter control for vacuum 
cleaners. 2.588,198. Mar. 4. 

Bevington, Kenneth A., Evanston, 111. Collapsible baby 
cart. 2,600,611, June 17. 

Bevlns, F. W. & H. J., Limited, assignee : See — 
Bevins, Prank W. and H. J. 

Bevins. Prank W. and H. J., assignors to F. W. & H. J. 
Bevins Limited, Leicester, England. Turndown collar. 
2,584,834. Feb. 5. 

Bevins, Herbert J. : See — 

Bevins, Frank W. and H. J. 

Bevins, James E., Ramsey, assignor to Bendix Aviation 
Corporation, Teterboro, N. J. Constant speed pump and 
motor hydraulic transmission. 2.612.753, Oct. 7. 

Bevins, James E., Ramsey, assignor to Bendix Aviation 
Corporation, Teterboro. N. J. Apparatus for calibrat- 
ing the air-speed indicator of aircraft. 2,623,383, 
Dec. 30. 

Bewley, Thomas : See — 

Armstrong, Godfre,v P., Bewley, and Turck. 

Bewley, Thomas, Epsom, and P. L. Bramwyche, London, 
England, assignors to The Distillers Company Limited, 
Edinburgh, Scotland. Preparation of hvdrogenation 
CTtalysts by reduction. 2.G23.078. Dec. 23. 

Beyer, Frank A.. R. A. Bradley, and H. W. Crank. Spring- 
field. Mo., assignors, by mesne assignments to Trail- 
mobile Inc. Insulated tank vehicle. ^2.614.856. Oct. 21. 

Beyer. Frank A., and R. A. Bradley. Springfield. Mo., as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to Trailmobile Inc. Con- 
veyer system for vehicles. 2.615,587. Oct. 28. 

Beyer, Henry O,. and P. M. Bauman. Jlorton, 111, Cover 
for rotary brush sweepers. 2,594,116, Anr. 22. 

Be.ver. John H., Forest Hills, N. Y. Display device. 
2,583,926, ,Tan. 29. 

Beyer. Karl I-J.. Jr. : See — 

Sprague. James JI.. and Bever. 

Beyer. Paul A., St. Clair Shores, Mich. Belt buckle. 
2.609.577, Sept. 9. 

Beyer, Raymond H., assignor to South Bend Bait Com- 
pany, South Bend, Ind. Fishing rod. 2,594,536, Apr. 
29. 

Beyer, Walter O.. Pittsburgh, Pa. Spring grip pipe cou- 
pling. 2,587,810. M.TT. 4. 

Beyerle. Konrad. Gottingen. Germany. Rotating system 
for observation centrifuges for the determination of 
molecular weight. 2.617,585, Nov. 11. 

Beyers, Fred C.T Tonasket. Wash. Toy gun. 2,587,687, 
Mar. 4. 

Beyler. Roger E. : See — 

Sarett, Lewis H,, and Beyler. 
Beymer. Oren 0., assignor to Irrigation Equipment Co., 

Inc., Eugene, Oreg. Pipe coupler with lock. 2,621,061, 

Dec. 9. 
Beyrodt, Kurt, Williston Park, N. Y. Flushing device for 

toilets. 2.597.560, May 20, 
Bezanson, Ch.arles E.. JMalden, Mass. Vacuum cleaner 

for barber cliairs. 2,590.673, Mar. 25. 

Bianca. Carmelo J.. Sr.. Indianola, Miss. Accelerator con- 
trolling device. Re. 23,520, July 15. 

Biancavilla, Mildred L., Syracuse, N. Y. Diaper holder. 
2,607,349, Aug. 19. 

Bianchi, Armando J.. Buenos Aires, Argentina. Safety 
razor. 2,598,104, May 27. 

Bianchi, Henry E., Elmhurst. assignor to G. Cella, Inc.. 
New York. N. Y. Confection making apparatus. 
2.592,5.34. Apr. 15. 

Bianchi. I. W.. Inc.. assignee : See — 
Bianchi. Icilio W. 

Bianchi. Icilio W.. assignor to I. W. Bianchi, Inc.. East 
Patchogue, N. Y. Flower display package. 2,583.927, 
Jan. 29. 

Bibb, Carlisle H., and H. E. McLaughlin, assignors to New- 
port Industries, Inc.. Pensacola, Fla. Making 4(5)-p- 
menthen-3-one. 2,619,504, Nov. 25. 

Bibb, John : See — 

Thompson, John L., and Bibb. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Bible, Burl H., Laurens. S. C. Coal tongs. 2,591,499, 
Apr. 1. 

Bickel, Clifford A., S. A. Brandenburg, and T. Foster, as- 
signors to The Monarch Machine Tool Co., Sidney, Ohio. 
Power unit. 2,585,215. Feb. 12. 

Bickel, Clifford A.. S. A. Brandenburg, and T. Foster, as- 
signors to The Monarch Machine Tool Co., Sidney, Ohio. 
Unitary mechanism for performing multiple simultane- 
ous and successive operations. 2.585,216. Feb. 12. 

Bickel, Clifford A., S. A. Brandenburg, and T. Foster, as- 
signors to The Monarch Machine Tool Co., Sidney, Ohio. 
Automatic lathe. 2,585,217, Feb. 12. 

Bickell. Stanley F.. Frampton Cotterell. near Bristol, 
J. Shaw, Yate. near Bristol. R. T. Riddle, Truro, Corn- 
wall, and C. G. Garrard. Chipping Sodbury, assignors 
to Parnall (Tate) Limited, Yate, near Bristol, England. 
Wringing machine and the like. 2,618,144, Nov. 18. 

Bickett. Le Rov M., Watertown, Wis. Rubber pad. 
2,617,751, Nov. 11. 

Bickford. Franklin H. : See — 

Reed, Mildred, and Bickford. 

Bickford, Frederick E., Rye, N. Y. Package forming ma- 
chine. 2,612,822, Oct. 7. 

Bickford, Frederick E.. Westchester, N. Y. Package form- 
ing machine. 2.608,915, Sept. 2. 

Bickley, Everett H.. Bala-Cynwyd, Pa. Magnetic air valve. 
2,615,470, Oct. 28. 

Bickley, Everett H.. Narberth. Pa. Apparatus for use In 
making lantern slides. 2,614,950, Oct. 21. 

Bicocchi. Louis, La Salle, 111. Variable tone duck call. 
2,608,796, Sept. 2. 

Bidaud, Auguste F., Serezin-du-Rhone, and L. Ceyzeriat, 
Lyon, assignors to Societe Des Usines Chimiques Rhoue- 
Poulenc, Paris, Prance. Preparation of stable alkyl 
polysiloxane resins. 2,584,835, Feb. 5. 

Biddinger, Guy R. : See — 

Darrow, Merritt I., Biddinger, and Patterson. 

Biddle. Ralph E. : See— 

Hardv. Clarence M., and Biddle. 

Biddle, William P.. Jr. : See^ 

Sanford, Hugh W., and Biddle. 

Bidin, Peter, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Port- 
able hydraulic jack with filling means. 2,618,929, Nov. 
25. 

Bidwell, Clarence G. : See — - 

Reynolds. Harry R.. and Bidwell. 

Bidwell, Earl E., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to W. P. 
Innes, Jr., Wichita, Kans. Fluid engine. 2,588,342, 
Mar. 11. 

Bieber. Abraham, assignor to Express Patent Company 
(Liverpool) Limited. Liverpool, England. Mechanical 
cloth-laying apparatus. 2,587,811, Mar. 4. 

Biedawski, .TOzef : See — 

Mann, Ralph J., and Biedawski. 

Biederman. Joseph B., Cincinnati. Ohio. Device for re- 
moving particles from the eye. 2.617,409, Nov. 11. 

Bledess, Anthony R., assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Impact reducing means for 
mucking machines. 2,582,954, Jan. 22. 

Biedess, Anthony R., assignor to Goodman Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Mucking machine. 2,619,243, 
Nov. 25. 

Biefeld. Lawrence P., Newark. N. J., assignor to Owens- 
Corning Fiborglas Corporation. Coloring glass fibers. 
2,582.919. Jan. 15, 

Biehl. Charles B.. assignor to D. D. and C. D. Goff. and 
A. N. Rubin, doing business as Duchess Hosierv Mills, 
West Grove, Pa. Stocking heel construction. 2. .593, 719, 
Apr. 22. 

Biehl, Harry C, Berwick. Pa. Coin storing and dis- 
pensing device. 2.600.961, June 17. 

Biel. John H.. assignor to Lakeside Laboratories, Inc., 
Milwaukee. Wis. Conversion of estrone compounds to 
estradiol compounds. 2,623,886, Dec. 30. 

Blelawski. Mitchell S., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Preparation of a phosphoric 
acid-carbon catalyst. 2,580,647. Jan. 1. 

Bielawski. Mitchell S.. assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago. 111. Supported phosphoric acid cata- 
lyst containing a pitch resin binder and its preparation. 
2..593.720. Anr. 22. 

Bielawski. Mitchell S., Berwyn. and J. M Mavity Hins- 
dale, assignors to Universal Oil Products Company, 
Chicago. 111. Preparation of a copner-containing phos- 
phoric acid catalyst. 2,618,614, Nov. 18. 

Bielby, Willard M., Bay City, Mich. Swing. 2,612,935 
Oct. 7. 

Bielecki. Charles : See — 

Parkinson, David B.. and Bielecki. 

Bielek. Alfred D., Nutley, N. J. Automatic control for 
time constant systems. 2.606,965. Aug. 12. 

Blelicki, Anthony A., Wilmington, Del. Annunciator for 
games. 2,595,048. Apr. 29. 

Bielski, Alex J., assignor to Minneapolisi-Honeywell Regu- 
lator Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Liquid flow control 
device. 2,604,111, July 22. 

Bielstein. Walter J.. Houston. Tex., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Standard Oil Development Company. 
Elizabeth, N. J. Device for indicating inclination of 
boreholes. 2.608.002. Aug. 26. 

Bielstein, Walter J.. Houston. Tex., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Standard Oil Development Company, 
Elizabeth, N. J. Drilling mud weight recorder. 
2,609,681. Sept. 9. 



Bienaime, Andr6, Pierrefitte, France. Float-operated 
draining device. 2,590,495, Mar. 25. 

Bienert, Berthold : See — 

Baumann, Fritz, and Bienert. 

Bienfait. Henri, and S. D. Boon, Eindhoven, Netherlands, 
assignors to Hartford National Bank and Trust Com- 
pany, Hartford, Conn., as trustee. Automatic electric 
arc welding of workpieces. 2,617,003, Nov. 4. 

Bierenfeld, Josef, assignor to Square D Company. Milwau- 
kee, Wis. Interlocked electric switch. 2,612,789, Oct. 7. 

Bierman. Aron, Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor to Hart- 
ford National Bank and Trust Company, Hartford, Conn., 
as trustee. Induction accelerator for electrons. 
2,617,026, Nov. 4. 

Bierman, Carroll M., assignee : See — - 
Wagner, Frank J. 

Bierman, Harry C. : See — 
Strickman, Samuel W. 

Biermann, William A., Milwaukee, Wis., assignor to A P 
Controls Corporation. Viscosity compensating liquid 
control device. 2 614,577, Oct. 21. 

Biermann, William A., and J. T. Dulak, Milwaukee County, 
Wis., assignors to A. P. Controls Corporation. Liquid 
level control device. 2,581,901, Jan. 8. 

Bierra, Antone N., Honolulu, Hawaii. Disinfecting 
device. 2.614.265, Oct. 21. 

Biery, Galen A., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Pacific Laboratories, Inc., Bellingham, Wash. Bone 
extractor. 2,580,992, Jan. 1, 

Bigelow, John E. : See — 

Rich, Theodore A., and Bigelow. 

Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Dildilian. Ara T. and Wood. 
Moody. Walter F. 
Wise, James D. 

Biggert, Don R., and H. P. Goedicke. Marion, Ohio. Com- 
bined ladder and extensible loading ramp for platforms. 
2,611,466, Sept. 23. 

Biggert. Florence C, Jr., and H. H. Talbot, assignors to 
United Engineering and Foundry Company. Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Apparatus for forming tubes. 2.593,835, Apr. 22. 

Biggs, Evelyn M., Pawtucket, R. I. Safety razor and 
protective casing. 2,589,327, Mar. 18. 

Biggs, George A., assignor to The James Leffel & Co., 
Springfield. Ohio. Sectionalized case for turbines and 
the like. 2,611,578, Sept. 23. 

Biggs, John A., B. A. Heald, and F. L. Moseley, assignors 
to Collins Radio Company, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Com- 
Duter device for navigation systems and the like. 
2,599.889. June 10. 

Biggs, John W., Sharon, Mass. Dental pad. 2,613,441, 
Oct. 14. 

Biggs. Justin A., Jacksonville, 111. Dental machine con- 
trol. 2,591,119, Apr. 1. 

Biggs, Leonard R.. Schenectady, N. T., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Binary cycle power plant having a 
high melting point tertiary fluid for indirect heating. 
2,593,963, Apr. 22. 

Biginelli, Oreste F. A., Clermont-Ferrand. Prance. Vested 
in the Attorney General of the United States. Machine 
for constricting tubes. 2.592,593, Apr. 15. 

Bigot, Maurice, Paris, assignor to Societe Anonyme dite : 
Societe d'Innovation Chimiaues dite Sinnova ou Sadie, 
Meaux-Beauval, France. Manufacture of alcohol of 
high molecular weight. 2.607,806, Aug. 19. 

Bigwood, Joshua. & Son, Limited, assignee : See — ■ 
Picton. John B. 

Bihary, William A.. Miami, Fla., assignor to Minnesota 
Mining &' Manufacturing Company. St. Paul, Minn. 
Apparatus for preparing masking aprons. Re. 23,542, 
Sept. 2. 

Bile, Sheldon W. : See — 

Borda, Laddv F., and Bile. 

Bilek, Frank J., assignor to The Globe Company, Chicago, 
111. Closure fastener for pressure vessels. 2,603,381, 
July 15. 

Biles. John L., and H. C. Myers. Woodbury, T. A. Petry 
and W. H. Cowell, Wenonah, N. J., assignors to 
Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated. Separat- 
ing waxv and oily materials. 2,581.573. Jan. 8. 

Bilhartz, Harrell L., H. E. Greenwell and L. E. Davis, 
Dallas. Tex., assignors to The Atlantic Refining Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Plug for removing paraffin ac- 
cumulating in oil conducts. 2,603,804, July 22. 

Bilhartz, Harrell L.. and H. P. Dunlap, Dallas. Tex., as- 
signors to The Atlantic Refining Company. Philadephia, 
Pa. Measuring resistivity of earth samples. 2,613,250, 

Bilisoly. Julius P. : See — 

Kimberlin. Charles N., Jr.. and Bilisoly. 

Bill Jack Scientific Instrument Co., Inc., assignee : See — 
Trindle. Joe W. 

Bill. Robert O., San Leandro, Calif. Elevating means for 
vehicle beds. 2,598,031. May 27. 

Billeci. Salvatore, San Francisco. Calif. Sonometer for 
testing musical ear. 2,604,806, July 29. 

Billera, Anthony, assignee : See — 
Schwartz. Louis J. 

Billera. Ignatius, assignee : See — 
Schwartz. Louis J. 

Billeruds Aktiebolag, assignee : See — 
Johnsson, John. 

Billeter, Jean-Ren6 : See — 

ATiescher, Karl, and Billeter. 

Miescher, Karl, Heer, Billeter, and Anner. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Billey, Peter E., Plymouth, assignor to Plymouth Cordage 
Company, North Plymouth, Mass. Variable-speed unit. 
2,623,410, Dec. 30. 

Billig, Ralph B. : See — 

Ziskin, Manuel S., and Billig. 

Billingham, Milton C. J., Kalamazoo, Mich. Insulation 
for pipes, conduits, and the like. 2,602,764, July 8. 

Billinghame, Albert V. : See — 

Mitchell, Reginald G., Tait, Webber, Aickin, Winsor, 
and Billinghame. 

Billings, Bruce H., assignor to Polaroid Corporation, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. Tunable narrow band optical filter. 
2,600,962, June 17. 

Billings. David P. : See — 

White, Ira M., and Billings. 

Billings, Julia, assignee : See — 
Facio Robert H.. Sr. 

Billings, Roy O., Milwaukee, Wis. Clamshell bucket. 
2,621,428, Dec. 16. 

Billings, William C, Modesto, Calif. Ski-sled. 2,616,715, 
Nov. 4. 

Billingsley, George A., Jr., and W. P. Hall, assignors to 
Joseph Bancroft & Sons Co., Wilmington, Del. Pro- 
ducing dyed lustrous printed pattern effects using acid- 
curing resins and free leuco bases of vat dyes. 
2,592,852, Apr. 15. 

Billingsley, James E., Jr., Hannibal, Mo. Reaming tool 
with removable blades. 2,623,422, Dec. 30. 

Billingsly, Kenneth, assignee : See — 
Anderson, Ralph J. 

Billman, Beryl I., New Trenton, Ind., and P. Slack, 
Detroit, Mich. Propelling and steering mechanism. 
2,612,859. Oct. 7. 

Billman. Stig K. M., assignee : See — 
Von Hortenau, Hans A. 

Billmeyer, Bruce R., assignor to Armstrong Cork Com- 
pany, Lancaster, Pa. Making cork composition having 
a rubber binder which includes coagulating a latex in 
the presence of cork particles and molding the resulting 
mass. 2,607,747, Aug. 19. 

Billner, Karl P., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Vacuum 
Concrete, Inc. Expansible molding core. 2,612,673, 
Oct. 7. 

Billon, Marcel M. M., assignor to Tecalemlt, Societe 
Anonyme, Paris, France. Automatic brake control de- 
vice. 2,622,708, Dec. 23. 

Bills, John L.. and A. C. McKinnis. Long Beach, assignors 
to Union Oil Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Manufacture of carbon black. 2,618,533. Nov. 18. 

Billy, George, assignee : See — 
Terlizzi, Marion E. 

Bilterman, Henry L., Chicago. 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Con- 
veyer apparatus. 2,614,707, Oct. 21. 

Bllton, John A., Beloeil Station, and G. H. Segall, Mc- 
Masterville, assignors to Canadian Industries Limited, 
Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Cross-linkable and cross- 
linked vinyl type copolymers. 2,604,463. July 22. 

Bn^, Theodor, Zandov u Ceske Lipy. assignor to North 
Bohemian Machine Works and Foundries. National Cor- 
poration, Prague, Czechoslovakia. Stencil frame for 
screen printing. 2,588,199. Mar. 4. 

Bimba, Charles W.. and F. Brown. Chicago. 111., assignors 
to La Salle Steel Company. Hammond, Ind. Deforma- 
tion of metals. 2,002,538. July 8. 

Bina. Stanley J., Grand Forks, N. Dak. Portable large 
roll paper holder and cutter. 2.596,095, May 13. 

Binaut, Jean. Lewarde (Nord), 
Bassin du Nord et du Pas 
France. Articulated ramp 
2,614,755, Oct. 21. 

Binder, Charles F., Cranford, 

Manufacturing Company, Elizabeth, N. J. 
ing mechanism. 2.583,407, Jan. 22. 

Binder, Hyman, Boston, Mass., assignor to All Time Foot- 
wear Mfg. Co.. Manchester, N. H. Making slip lasted 
shoes. 2,621,349, Dec. 16. 

Binder, William 0., and J. Thompson, Niagara Falls, N. Y., 
assignors to Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. 
Corrosion resisting steels. 2,602,737, July 8. 

Bindley. James McK., East Cleveland. Ohio. Ball and 
socket mounting for mirrors and the like. 2,615,368, 
Oct. 28. 

Blnek, Edward, assignor to Burroughs Adding Machine 
Company, Detroit, Mich. System for suppressing elec- 
tromagnetic interference. 2,603,675, July 15. 

Biner, George M., assignor to Biner-Siegrist Machinery 
Manufacturing Co., Los Angeles, Calif. Nonjamming 
conveyer means. 2,587,959. Mar. 4. 

Biner-Siegrist Machinery Manufacturing Co., assignee : 
See— 

Biner, George M. 

Binford. Ben.iamin L., assignor to IMagnptrol, Inc., Chicago, 
111. Magnetic control mechanism. 2.612.572. Sept. 30. 

Bing, Jens H., assignor to Aktieselskabet Ferrosan, Copen- 
hagen, Denmark. Filling-body for surgical use. 
2,609,545, Sept. 9. 

Blngell, Ferd W., Cleveland, Ohio. Flexible underlie for 
rugs. 2.622,039, Dec. 16. 

Binggely, Elmer C, Canton, assignor to The Hoover Com- 
pany, North Canton, Ohio. Suction cleaner bag. 
2,620,045, Dec. 2. 

Bingham, Charles R., Davenport, Iowa. Trailer hitch. 
2.586,202, Feb. 19. 



assignor to Houilleres du 
de Calais, Douai (Nord), 
structure for mine cars. 



assignor 



to Lldgerwood 
Power steer- 



Bingham, Charles W. : See — 

Welcher, Rex J., and Bingham. 

Bingham, Edward M. : See — 

Plass, Raymond B., and Bingham. 

Bingham, Herbert B., Waltham, assignor to C. Y. Chittick, 
Waban, Mass. Machine for washing watch parts. 
2,619,975, Dec. 2. 

Bingham-Herbrand Company, The, assignee : See — 
Hinsey, Robert S. 

Bingham-Herbrand Corporation, The, assignee : See — 
Terry, Jack E. 

Bingham, James B., O. A. Holkesvig, and T. H. Herberg, 
East Grand Forks, Minn. Floating pickup wheel type 
beet harvester. 2,582,945, Jan. 22. 

Bingham Machine and Engineering Company, assignee : 
See— 

Quimby, Langdon C. and A. 

Bingman, Frederick P., Birmingham, Mich., assignor to 
The R. C. Mahon Company. Building construction. 
2,590,227, Mar. 25. 

Binkley, James L., Bellefontaine, Ohio. Seed planter. 
2,619,259, Nov. 25. 

Binks, Melvin J. : See — 

Durant, Lyndon A., and Binks. 

Binney, Raymond : See — ■ 
Guboff. Edward H. 

Binney & Smith Company, assignee : See — 
Mellwig, Bernhard J. 

Blnns, Jack N., and T. E. Dugle, Cincinnati, and A. F. Alt, 
Hamilton County, Ohio. Adjustably mounted insulator 
assembly. 2,609,418, Sept. 2. 

Binns, John E. : See — 

Lancor, Joseph H., Jr., and Binns. 

Binsack, Joseph W. : See — 

Gorman, Richard J., and Binsack. 

Blnschoff, Willis F., New York, N. Y. Erector and ambu- 
lator device. 2,607,050, Aug. 19. 

Bintz, Carl : See — 

Wickes, Harvey E., Bintz, Kretschmer, and Kendall. 

Binz, Gustave H., Chicago, III. Booth wall mounted 
movable table top. 2,587.098. Feb. 26. 

Biothermal Process Corporation, assignee : See — 
Verdier, Jean G. C. J. 

Biraben, Henri E. Lansing, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation Detroit, Mich. Windshield wiper mecha- 
nism, 2.602,179, July 8. 

Birch, Herbert M., Bethesda, Md. Hat retainer means. 
2,615,452, Oct. 28. 

Birch, Robert A., Greenwich, Conn. Gum massager and 
tooth cleaner. 2.583,038, Jan. 22. 

Birch. Stanley F.. P. A. Fldler. and R. A. Dean. Sunbury- 
on-Thames assignors to Anglo-Iranian Oil Company 
Limited, London, England. Recovery of xylidines. 
2,615,047, Oct. 21. 

Birch. Thomas H., Cincinnati, Ohio. Display device. 
2,598,755, June 3. 

Birch Thomas H.. Milwaukee. Wis. Combined press and 
clamp. 2.012.411, Sept. 30. 

Birch, Thomas H., and B. F. Reinke, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Side bearing. 2,623,795, Dec. 30. 

Birch, William G., Middleton, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Ma- 
chine for lasting, sewing, and trimming shoes. 2,615,186, 
Oct. 28. 

Birckhead, Taylor A.. Baltimore, Md.. assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Elec»" 
tronie timer. 2,593,964, Apr. 22. 

Bircsak, Stephen, Newark, N. J. Motor vehicle bumpr"^" 
2.597.058, May 20. ^^■ 

Bird, Helen M., executrix : See — 
Bird, Hobart M. 

Bird, Hobart M., deceased ; Helen M. Bird. executri-*i"io''- 
signor of fiftv-five per cent to Helen M. Bird and ^,...;.„ 
five per cent to Hobart M. Bird, Portland, Oreg. l)v "^♦^■ 
mechanism for endless bucket lines. 2,620,060. Dec. .. 

Bird, Hyrura L., Richmond, Calif. Parachute release for" 
kites. 2,598,030, May 27. 

Bird. Lawrence L.. Indianapolis, Ind. Automatic cloth 
counter and conveyer. 2,602,535, July 8. 

Bird Lester F., assignor to Hanovia Chemical and Manu- 
facturing Company. Newark, N. J. Wattage control 
system for vapor arc lamps. 2,593,651, Apr. 22. 

Bird iMachine Company, assignee : See — 
Milliken. George A., and Topping. 

Bird, Paul G.. and A. L. Jacoby, Western Springs, and 
B. W. Kell, Oak Park, assignors to National Aluminate 
Corporation, Chicago. 111. Prevention of foaming in 
steam generation. 2,580,880, Jan. 1. 

Bird, Paul G., and A. L. Jacoby, Western Springs, as- 
signors to National Aluminate Corporation, Chicago, 
111 Inhibiting foaming in steam generators. 2,588,343, 
Mar. 11. 

Bird, Paul G.. and A. L. Jacoby, Western Springs, as- 
signors to National Aluminate Corporation, Chicago, 
111. Prevention of foaming in steam generation. 

2.588.344, Mar. 11. 

Bird, Paul G.. and A. L. Jacoby, Western Springs, as- 
signors to National Aluminate Corporation, Chicago, 
111 Prevention of foaming in steam generation. 

2.588.345, Mar. 11. 

Bird Rov C. Ann Arbor, Mich. Adjustable batting tee. 
2.616,692, Nov. 4. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Bird & Son, inc., assignee : See — 

Chamberlain, Eli L. 
Bird, Wliitworth F.. Swarthmore, assignor to Collins & 
Aikman Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Control of tex- 
tile fibers during drafting operations. 2,595,918, 
May 6. 
Bird, Whitworth F., Swarthmore, assignor to Collins & 
Aikman Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Textile fiber 
drafting frame. 2,607,083, Aug. 19. 
Bird, Whitworth F., Swarthmore, assignor to Collins & 
Aikman Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Rotary roll 
clearer for draft frames. 2,610,362, Sept. 16. 
Birdsboro Steel Foundry and Machine Company, assignee : 
See- 
Peterson, Edward T. 
Birdseye, Clarence, assignor to E. G. Birdseye, Gloucester, 
Mass. Method and apparatus for removing skin from 
fleshy products. 2,590,747, Mar. 25. 
Birdseye, Eleanor G., assignee : See — 

Birdseye, Clarence. 
Birdwell, Gus 0., Perryton, Tex. Bearing assembly. 

2,580.508, Jan. 1. 
Biribauer, Frank A. : See — 

Carlson, Carl S., Merrington, and Biribauer. 
Morrell, Charles E., Biribauer, and Carlson. 
Birkemeier. Henry P., Cliicago. assignor to Bell & Gossett 
Company, Morton Grove, 111. Pressure relief valve. 
2,603,231, July 15. 
Birkigt, Louis, Versoix-Geneva, assignor to Hispano 
Suiza (Suisse) S. A., Geneva, Switzerland. Spinning 
spindle mechanism, in particular of the worm and 
worm wheel drive type. 2, .^86, 293, Feb. 19. 
Birkigt, Louis, Versoix. pres Geneva, assignor to "His- 
pano-Suiza" (Suisse) S. A., Geneva. Switzerland. 
Spinning spindle mechanisms, in particular to those 
driven by means of a worm and worm wheel. 2,587,812, 
Mar. 4. 
Birkigt, Louis, Versoix-Geneva, assignor to Society 
"Hispano-Suiza" (Suisse) S. A., Geneva, Switzerland. 
Multiple spindle spinning machine of the worm and 
worm wheel drive type. 2,592,853, Apr. 15. 
Birkigt, Louis, Versoix near Geneva, Switzerland. Spin- 
ning spindle mechanism, including a worm and worm 
wheel drive. 2,594,724, Apr. 29. 
Birmann, Rudol])b, Newtown, Pa. Gas turbine power 
plant having means to cool and means to compress 
combustion products passing through the turbine. 
2,623,357, Dec. 30. 
Birmingham Aluminum Casting (1903) Company Limited, 
The, assignee : See — • 
Berry. Joseph W. 
Birmingham Fabricating Company, assignee : See — 

White, Francis E. 
Birmingham, John N. : See — 

Piperous, Rene P., and Birmingham. 
Birmingham Small Arms Company Limited, Tlie, 
assignee : See — 
Perrv, Claude A. 
Roll. Herman J. W. 
Birnbaum, Arnold, Irvington, assignor to The M. W. 
Kellogg Co., Jersey City, N. J. Thermal time delay 
device for jettisonable propulsion motors. 2,581,164, 
Jan. 1. 
Birome Sociedad Anonima, Commercial E. Industrial, as- 
signee : See — 

Federico Goos. Carlos E. 
Birr, Rudolph G., Lombard, III., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to American Linen Supply Co., Carson City, Nev. 
Dispensing mechanism. 2.592.786, Apr. 15. 
Birr, Rudolph G., Lombard, 111., assignor to American 
Linen Supply Co., Carson City, Nev. Towel dispensing 
apparatus. 2,601,956, July 1. 
Birr, .T?"dolph G.. Lombard, and F. G. Steiner. Chicago. 111., 
Mily uors. by mesne assignments, to American Linen 
es-^-pply Co., (Larson City, Nev. Apparatus for dispensing 
BI«" aeet material in roll form. 2,616,632. Nov. 4. 
jairrell, David M., Johannesburg, Union of South Africa. 
Worm gear cutting attachment for milling machines. 
2,622,484, Dec. 23. 
Birt, Dannie D., Guymon. Okla., assignor to Dandee Manu- 
facturing Company, Inc. (Cultivator disk mounting. 
2,597,524, May 20. 
Birtman Electric Company, assignee : See — 
Howard, Frank S. 
Hulfish, Buford W. 
Mayer, Jo.'eph P. 
Sparklin, Charles H. 
Birtwell. Stanley : See — 

Alnley, Arthur D., Birtwell, and Curd. 
Barton, Norman, Birtwell, and Curd. 
Birum, Herbert L., Jr. : See — 

Hammitt, Andrew B.. and Birum. 
Bisch Industries. Inc.. assignee : See — 

Bisch, James L. 
Bisch, James L,, assignor to Bisch Industries, Inc.. Valen- 
cia. Pa. Electric impulse generator. 2,617,851, Nov. 11. 
Bischof, Bernhard, Geneva. Switzerland. Injector for in- 
ternal-combustion engines. 2.592,111, Apr. 8. 
Bischoflf. Alfred F., Ballston Spa. N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Frequency measuring instru- 
ment. 2, .592,235, Apr. 8. 
Bischoff, Alfred F.. Ballston Spa, and K. L. Boring, 
Schenectady, N. Y.. assignors to General Electric Com- 
pany. Recording device. 2,596,118, May 13. 



Bischoflf, Ernst, Company, Inc., assignee : See — 

Harvill. Edward K. 
Biscoe, Percival H., Jacksonville, Fla., assignor to Saf- 
X-Visi Gauge Corporation. Liquid level gauge. 

2.607.225, Aug. 19. 

Biscoe, Percival H., Jacksonville, Fla., assignor to Saf- 
T-Visi Gauge Corporation. Liquid level gauge. 

2.607.226, Aug. 19. 

Biscoe, Percival H., Jacksonville, Fla., assignor to Saf- 
T-Visi Gauge Corporation. Liquid level gauge. 

2.607.227, Aug. 19. 
Bishman, Archie C. : See — 

Bishman, Edwin F. and A. C. 

Bishman, Edwin F. and A. C, Hutchinson, Minn. Unload- 
ing jack. 2,599,741, June 10. 

Bishman, Walter A. : See — 

Lien, Harold G., and Bishman. 

Bishman, Walter A., Osseo, Minn. Inner tube tester. 
2,581,998, Jan. 8. 

Bishofberger, Carl J., assignor to Minneapolis-Honeywell 
Regulator Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Plug-in elec- 
trical device. 2,583,353, Jan. 22. 

Bishop, Alfonso O., Madrid, Spain. Apparatus for spin- 
ning textile fibers and the like. 2.623,347, Dec. 30. 

Bishop & Babcock Manufacturing Company, The. assignee : 
See — 

Getz, Arnstead G. 
Mayo, Edward L. 

Bishop, Carl E., Carlisle. Iowa. Sectional demountable 
steam generator. 2,589,218. Mar. 18. 

Bishop Clair L.. Kennewick, Wash. Trailer hitch ball 
cover. 2.618.489, Nov. 18. 

Bishop, Doris B., Weybridge, assignor to S. Smith & Sons 
(England) Limited. London, England. Time recording 
apparatus. 2,621,100, Dec. 9. 

Bishop, Eugene T. : See — 

McMillan, Frank M., and Bishop. 

Bishop, G. H., Company, assignee : See — 
I'reeman, David A. 
Schultz, Roy M. 
Westwood. Carridon G. 

Bishop, Glenn A., Wilmette, R. B. Bishop. Arlington 
Heights, and C. E. Jones, assignors to Bishop Publishing 
Company, Chicago, 111. Display device. 2,596,064, 
May 6. 

Bishop, Homer L., Dayton, Ohio. Preliminary finishing 
machine. 2.580,723, Jan. 1. 

Bishop, James K., Sr. : See — 

Smith, Helen M., Burr, and Bishop. 

Bishop, James S., Cincinnati. Ohio. Hose nozzle. 
2,605,143, July 29. 

Bishop, John J., and E. M. Boat, assignors to Standard 
Gage Company, Inc.. Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Resilient head 
for dial bore gauges. 2.587,099. Feb. 26. 

Bishop, John L. H., assignor to The Austin Motor Com- 
pany, Limited, Northfleld, Birmingham, England. Cam 
for operating valves of internal-combustion engines. 
2,581,233, Jan. 1. 

Bishop, Le Roy D., Kankakee. Ill,, assignor to Armstrong 
Cork Company. Lancaster, Pa. Multijet heat exchange 
roll. 2,603,457, July 15. 

Bishop, Lewis H., and J. S. Finn, Burlingame, assignors, 
by mesne assignments, to W. H. Mead, Oakland, Calif. 
Surface treating apparatus. 2,597.434, May 20. 

Bishop. Oliver W., assignor of one-half to L. J. Honzik, 
Cedar Rapids. Iowa. Dart target and support. 
2.618,484. Nov. 18. 

Bishop Publishing Company, assignee : See — 
Bishop. Glen A. and R. B.. and Jones. 

Bishop. R. H.. Company, assignee : See — 
Royer, Celestine A. 

Bishop, Richard B. : See — 

Denton. William I., and Bishop. 

Bishop, Richard B., Haddonfield, and W. I. Denton, Wood- 
bury, N. J., assignors to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, 
Incorporated. Desulfurization of hydrocarbon mixtures 
with nickel carbonyl. 2,615,831. Oct. 28. 

Bishop, Robert B. : See — 

Bishop, Glenn A. and R. B.. and Jones. 

Bisignano, Florence, Elmhurst, N. Y. Cleanser-saving 
holding device. 2,607,156, Aug. 19. 

Bislev. William F., Oak Park, 111. Power unit and gov- 
ernor for household food mixer. 2.612.571, Sept. 30. 

Bisley, William F., Oak Park. 111., assignor to Dormeyer 
Corporation. Household food mixer. 2.615.691. Oct. 28. 

Blssell Carpet Sweeper Company, assignee : See — 
Pullen, Fred W. 

Bissell, Raymond C. assignor to Timpte Bros., Inc., Denver, 
Colo. Weight-shifting device for dual axle vehicles. 
2.599,043, June 3. 

Biswell, Charles B., Woodstown, N. J., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Stabilized petroleum products and stabilizing compo- 
sitions. 2.580,881. Jan. 1. 

Biswell, Charles B., Woodstown, N. J., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Salts of 1-salicylalaminoguanldine. 2,584,784, Feb. 5. 

Biswell, Charles B., Woodstown. N. J., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Color stabilized N,N'-di-(sec.-butvl)'-p-phenylenediamine. 
2,615.919, Oct. 28. 

Bitner, Ralph E,, assignee : See — 
Lewis. Robert G. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Bltney, Dewey il.. assignor to Tjnion Steel Products Com- 
pany, Albion, Midi. Clothesbasket. 2,585,428. Feb. 12. 

Bittel. Martin G.. North Hills, assignor to Sun Sliipbuild- 
ing & Dry Dock Company, Chester, Pa. Mounting a 
castor assembly on a boat. 2,617,139, Nov. 11. 

Bitterli, Emile V., Zurich, Switzerland, and M. Forrer, 
deceased, by A. M. J. Forrer, widow and heir and 
guardian of minor heirs, assignors to Compagnie Gen- 
erale d'Blectricite, Paris, France. Molding propeller 
blades. 2,621,140, Dec. 9. 

Bitterlin, Otto : See — 

Bossard, Werner, and Bitterlin. 

Bittner, Adam, London, England, assignor to Cyclomat 
Dominion Corporation Limited. Douglas Isle of Man. 
Cyclone disintegrator. 2,615,637, Oct. 28. 

Bituminous Coal Research, Inc., assignee : See — 
Yellott. John I. 

Bitzer, Edmund C, Golden, assignor to Colorado Iron 
Works Company, Denver, Colo. Automatic flow control 
system for ore concentrators. 2.609,096, Sept. 2. 

Bitzer, Edmund C, assignor to Colorado Iron Works Com- 
pany, Denver, Colo. Wearing shoes for ore separators. 
2,610,739. Sept. 16. 

Bitzer. Edmund C, Golden, assignor to Colorado Iron 
Works Company, Denver. Colo. Heavy media separa- 
tion apparatus and method. 2,621,791, Dec. 16. 

Bitzer, Martin, Kenmore, assignor to Trico Products 
Corporation, Buffalo, N. Y. Windshield clearing device. 
2,597,059, May 20. 

Bitzer, Martin, Kenmore, assignor to Trico Products Cor- 
poration, Buffalo. N. Y. Booster pump for automotive 
accessories. 2,620,630, Dec. 9. 

Biuw. Carl O. E.. Smed.slatten, Sweden. Sail batten. 
2.608.172. Aug. 26. 

Bivans, Ira : See — 

Lisben, David M.. and Bivans. 

Bivens, Maurice E., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electric valve control circuits. 
2,611,863, Sept. 23. 

Bivens, Maurice E., Schenectady. N. Y.. assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Coordination control circuit. 
2.612,579, Sept. 30. 

Bivens, Maurice B., Schenectady, N. T.. assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Electric sequence and timing 
circuits. 2,614,240, Oct. 14. 

Bivens, Yeles P., Lawndale, N. C. Tackle retriever. 

2,594,852, Apr. 29. 
Bivlngs, Albert E. and J. A., and P. H. Dunnam, Odessa, 

Tex. Hydraulic electromagnetic well fishing tool. 

2,595,632, May 6. 

Bivlngs, John A. : See — 

Bivings. Albert E. and J. A., and Dunnam. 
Bixb.v. Walter: See — 

Hathaway, Edgar F., and Bixby. 
Bixby, William H., assignor to D. R. Middlcton and S. M. 
Hanley, doing business as Power Equipment Company, 
Detroit, Mich. Regulated rectifying apparatus. 
2,604,618, July 22. 

Bixer. Edmond P., Shrewsbury, N. J., assignor to Bart- 
niann & Bixer. Inc., New York, N. Y. Curtain con- 
struction. 2,605.830, Aug. 5. 

Bixler, Harley H., Erie, Pa., assignor to General Electric 
Company. Refrigerator control. 2,586,506. Feb. 19. 

Bixler, Harley H., Erie, Pa., assignor to General Electric 
Compan.v. Two-temperature refrigerating system. 
2,022,407, Dec. 23. 

Bizzarro, Loo C. : See — 

Amorino, Victor A., and Bizzarro. 

Bjering, Olav : See — 

Hohl, John, and Bjering. 

Bjerkan, Arthur J., assignor to Deere & Company, Moline, 
HI. Planter marker. 2,585.992. Feb. 19. 

Bjork, David T., Evanston, HI. Metal window construc- 
tion. 2,.593,093, Apr. 15. 

Bjorklund. Arvid, Minneapolis, Minn. Routing machine. 
2.609,018, Sept. 2. 

Bjorklund. Gustaf E., Stockholm. Sweden. Locking device 
for contraangle handpieces. 2.591.772. Apr. 8. 

Bjorklund. Gustaf E., Stockholm. Sweden. Articulator 
for artificial dentures. 2,603,869, July 22. 

BjOrklund. Gustaf E., Stockholm. Sweden. Dental drill. 
2.611.962. Sept. 30. 

Bjorksten. Johan, Chicago. 111., and L. L. Yaeger. Ham- 
mond. Ind.. assignors to Nash-Kelvinator Corporation. 
Kenosha. Wis. Polystyrene article provided with a ray 
filtering coating. 2,617,748, Nov. 11. 

Bjorn, Carl H. : See — 

Axelsson. Karl N., and Bjorn. 

BjornsoB, Bjorn G.. assignor to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated, New York. N. Y. Radiotelephone 
receiving system. 2.589.662, M,ir. 18. 

Bjoro. Edvin F.. Huntington, N. Y., assignor to The Spool 
Cotton Company. Newark, N. J. Display and storage 
cabinet. 2.597.435, May 20. 

Black-Clawson Company, The, assignee : See — 
Baxter, Joseph, Jr. 
Staege, Stephen A. 

982735— P 6 



and Decker. 



Black & Decker Manufacturing Company, The, assignee : 
See- 
Baker, James N. 
Emge. Herbert M. 
Holford, Frank L. 
Preston, Henry C. 
Riley, Robert H., Jr. 
Veit, Hermann E. 
Wilhide, Glenn C. 

Black, Earl E. : See — 

Stow, Clarence E., and Black. 

Black, Eric A., Red Bank, N. J. Mast. 2,581,351, Jan. 8. 

Black, Henry, Bronx, N. Y. Freight car. 2,587,027, 
Feb. 26. 

Black. Howard C. : See — 

Young, Harland H., and Black. 

Black, Howard M., Los Angeles, assignor to Artisan Novel- 
ty Company, Gardena. Calif. Walking doll. 2,621,443, 
Dec. 16. 

Black, James, assignor to Armour and Company, Chicago, 
111. Dehorning shear apparatus. 2,606,340, Aug. 12. 

Black, James A.. Kent, Mich. Silk screen st.enciling ma- 
chine. 2.606,492. Aug. 12. 

Black, James F. : See — 

Kearby, Kenneth K., and Black. 

Black, Janaes F., Roselle. and K. K. Kearby, Cranford, 
N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. 
Hydrocarbon synthesis. 2,593.250, Apr. 15. 

Black, James G.. assignor to A. C. Nielsen Company, 
Cliieago. 111. Remote radio receiver tuning indicating 
apparatus. 2,618.694, Nov. 18. 

Black, James J., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Trailmobile Inc. Four wheel trailer ve- 
hicle. 2,588,078. Mar. 4. 

Black, James J., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Trailmobile Inc. Locking mechanism 
for vehicle doors. 2,592,647, Apr. 15. 

Black, James J., Cincinnati, Ohio, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Trailmobile Inc. Extruded floor section 
for refrigerator vehicles. 2,615,751, Oct. 28. 

Black. John D. : See — 

Lindau. John H.. Stewart, and Black. 

Black, Judd H., and H. G. Warren, assignors to Eastman 
Kodak Company. Rochester, N. Y. Vacuum pumping ap- 
paratus. 2.591.334. Apr. 1. 

Black, Leon P.. Cliffside Park, N. J. 
wheel truing device. 2,583.408, Jan. 

Black, Leroy E., and C. B. Marks. Las 
W. L. Tenney, Crystal Bay, Minn. ; 
Marks assignors to said Tenney. 
engine. 2.587,100. Feb. 26. 

Black. Lloyd V., Tarentum, assignor to 
Glass Companv, Allegheny County. Pa 
for double windows. 2.621,397. Dec. 16. 

Black. Nolan S., Highland Park, Mich., assignor to 
National Steel Corporation. Building foundation. 
2,595.633. May 6. 

Black, Sivalls & Bryson, Inc., assignee : See — 
Gard, Clare D.. and Laurence. 
Hayes, Charles W., and Martin. 
Kimmell, Garman O. 
Kimmell, Garman O., and Chenault. 
Myers, James F., and Harclerode. r- 

Simpson, Ro.v L. o. 

Black. Theodore R.. Tipp Citv. Ohio. Room ventilatii^° 
apparatus. 2.592.002. Apr. 8. 

Blackburn, Andrew R., and R. E. Steele 
assignors to Ram, Inc., Detroit, Mich, 
ing ceramic ware. 2,584,109, Feb. 5. 

Blackburn. .Andrew R., and R. E. Steele 
assignors to Ram, Inc., Detroit, Mich, 
ware. 2.584.110, Feb. 5. 

Blackburn. Andrew R.. and R. E 
assignors to Ram. Inc.. Detroit, 
molds. 2,615,229. Oct. 28. 

Blackburn, Andrew R., and R. E. 

assignors to Ram, Inc., Detroit, Mich. _, — ,. 

Dec. 2. ^f 

Blackburn and General Aircraft Limited, assignee : See-'- 
Prower. Charles W., and Guppy. 

Blackburn. George F., Montgomery County, Md., and E. R. 
Paul. Washington, D. C. Abrasion testing machine. 
2.582.223, Jan.' 15. 

Blackburn, Leroy S., Harmony, assignor to Universal 
Manufacturing Corp., Zelienople, Pa. Scaffold bracing. 
2,588.905. Mar. 11. 

Blackburn. Will f red C. Denver. Colo,, assignor to the 
United States of America as represented by the Secre- 
tary of the Interior. Preparing a grouting fluid. 
2,618.570. Nov. IS. 

Blackford. Raymond H. : See — 

Von Kokeritz. Karl. Blackford, and Schwaller. 

Blackball. Louis G., Albany, N. Y. Anchor for adjacent 
slabs of concrete pavements. 2,588,609. Mar. 11. 

Blackman, Alexander, assignor of one-half to J. C. Hare, 
New Orleans. La. Master cylinder structure for hy- 
draulic brake systems. 2,596,119, May 13. 

Blackman, Birt G. : Sec — 

Stamper, Hamilton A.. Blackman, and Nelson. 

Blackman, Edward L.. Greenwich. Conn. Coat hanger 
and sleeve wrinkle remover. 2,586,909, Feb. 26. 



Sine-bar grinding 
22. 

Vegas, Nov., and 

said Black and 

Pulse jet thrust 

Pittsburgh Plate 
Pore hole seal 



ha- 

Columbus, C 
Mold and j 'cor- 
r. 25. 

Columbus 
Mold for 

ullion. 



. Steele, Columt^ 
Mich, Mold sltIp 



device. 



Steele, Columbus. C"^^' 
Mold, 2,619,'. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



J. McWhorter, South Houston, 
lines and cleaning the same. 



Blackman, Glenn E., and C. 
Tex. Strainer for pipe 
2,606,663, Aug. 12. 

Blackman, Keith, Limited, assignee : See — 
Tavener, Ernest E. 

Blackman, Peter : See — ■ 

White, Blanche B., Rosen, and Blackman. 

Blackman. Peter, Westfield, F. Fortess and B. B. White, 
Summit, N. J., assignors to Celanese Corporation of 
America, New York, N. Y. Preparation of organic acid 
esters of cellulose. 2,603,637, July 15. 

Blackman, Theodore A., New York, N. Y., assignor to 
Premo Pharmaceutical Laboratories Inc., South Hacken- 
sack, N. J. Hypodermic syringe. 2,592,381, Apr. 8. 

Blackmer Pump Company, assignee : See — 
Brunson, Virgil A. 

Blackmon, Truett M., Sherman Oaks, and F. D. Porter, 
Venice, assignors to Douglas Aircraft Company, Inc., 
Santa Monica, Calif. Weight and balance indicator. 
2,615,330, Oct. 28. 

Blackmore, Fred N. : See — 

Dies, Herbert F., and Blackmore. 

Blackmore, Robert B., Casper, W^yo. Cutting timber and 
connecting the slabs. 2,613,708, Oct. 14. 

Blackshear, Roy S.. Hilo, Territory of Hawaii. Automatic 
spatula. 2,601,360, June 24. 

Blackstone, Wilbert S. : See — 

Ropp, Irwin, and Blackstone. 

Blackwell, Preston J., Emerson. N. J., assignor to Robert 
Gair Company. Inc., New York, N. Y. Carton feeding 
apparatus. 2,593,965, Apr. 22. 

Blackwell, Richard L., Detroit, Mich. Cigarette holder. 
2,582,097, Jan. 8. 

Bladow, Otto A., Hankinson, N. Dak. Picnic coaster and 
holder therefor. 2,623.633, Dec. 30. 

Blafield, Roy, Newport News, Va. Hydraulic brake system. 
2,609,067, Sept. 2. 

Blair, Charles M., Jr., Webster Groves, Mo., assignor to 
Petrolite Corporation, Ltd., Wilmington, Del. Prevent- 
ing corrosion and corrosion inhibitors. 2,598,213, May 
27. 

Blair, Charles M., Jr., Webster Groves, Mo., assignor to 
Petrolite Corporation, Ltd., Wilmington, Del. Demulsi- 
fying. 2,599,538, June 10. 

Blair, Emile, New Haven, Conn., assignor to Olin Indus- 
tries, Inc. Cutting sheet material into blanks. 
2,600,834, June 17. 

Blair, Frank P., Chicago, HI. Rotary shear. 2,598,212, 
May 27. 

Blair, Gerhardt, New York, N. Y. Air impelling and heat- 
ing apparatus. 2,617,915. Nov. 11. 

Blair. Harold F., Naperville, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Impedance testing apparatus. 2.609,419, Sept. 2. 

Blair. Jack L., Fort Smith, Ark. ~ 
July 22. 

Blair. John A., Pleasant Ridge. 
Corporation, Ann Arbor. Mich, 
with reversing means. 2,616,401, Nov. 4. 

Blair, John E., Bryan, Tex. Constructing a prefabricated 
bridge structure. 2.602,321, July 8. 

Blair. Mark L.. Flossmoor, and D. P. Eastman, assignors 
to United Specialties Company, Chicago, 111. Air 
cleaner. 2,580,648, Jan. 1. 

Blair, Robert H., assignor to The Taylor-Winfield Corpora- 
tion, Warren, Ohio. Rectifier assembly of the dry disk 
type. 2,601,240, June 24. 

Blairs Braces, Inc., assignee : See — 
Jewett, Eugene L. 

Blais, Phillipe J., Claremont. N. H. Adjustable milling 
cutter. 2.592,382, Apr. 8. 

Blak, Einar V., assignee : See — 
Kadesky, David. 

Blake, Foster B., Mountain View, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Ttlephone Laboratories, Incorporated. New York, N. Y. 
Calling line identification for automatic ticketing sys- 
tems. 2,604,540, July 22. 

Blake, Ivan C, assignor to Burgess Battery Company, 
Primary cell. 2,612,533, Sept. 30. 
assignor to Burgess Battery Company, 
Primary cell. 2,612,534, Sept. 30. 
assignor to Burgess Battery Company, 
Primary ceU. 2,612,535, Sept. 30. 
assignor to Burgess Battery Company, 
Primary cell. 2,612,536, Sept. 30. 
assignor to Burgess Battery Company, 
Primary cell. 2,612,537, Sept. 30. 

Blake, Jack L., and J. Cochran, Houston, Tex. Pipe bend- 
ing and layout table. 2,604,924, July 29. 

Blake, Joseph A.. Emporia, Va. Garment bagging machine 
with bag feeding rollers. 2,618,423. Nov. 18. 

Blake Manufacturing Corporation, assignee : See — 
Garland, Edward J. 

Blake. Moffitt & Towne, assignee : See — 
Hoblick, Benjamin M. 

Blake, Samuel, Newton, assignor to Enterprise-Moakler 
Co. Inc., Cambridge, Mass. Handle for box springs or 
the like. 2,617,143. Nov. 11. 

Blake, William T., Fort Worth, Tex. Hydraulic control 
for mechanisms. 2,615,534, Oct. 28. 

Blakely, Robert T. : See — 

Bryce, James W., and Blakely. 



Toy horse. 2,604,329, 

assignor to King-Seeley 
Fluid motor mechanism 



Freeport, 111. 
Blake, Ivan C, 

Freeport, 111. 
Blake, Ivan C, 

Freeport, 111. 
Blake, Ivan C, 

Freeport, 111. 
Blake, Ivan C, 

Freeport, 111. 



Blakeney, John S., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 
assignor to Frazier-Simplex, Inc., Washington, Pa. 
Apparatus responsive to variations in liquid level. 
2,621,808, Dec. 16. 

Blaker, George H. : See — 

Davis, Lewis H., and Blaker. 

Blakeway, Richard S., Victoria, New South Wales, 
Australia. Fuel pump. 2,596,360, May 13. 

Blakey, John G., Portland, Oreg., assignor to American 
Can Company, New York, N. Y. Printing machine with 
article supporting device. 2,601,825, July 1. 

Blalock, Bryan, assignee : See — 
Schultz, Myrtle M. 

Blalock, Iva L., Portland, Oreg., and L. E. Ewing, Auburn, 
Calif. Saddle for brassiere straps. 2,587,101, Feb. 26. 

Blanchard, Allen W. : See — 

Karp, Harry R., and Blanchard. 

Blanchard, Andre, assignor to Schlumberger Well Survey- 
ing Corporation, Houston, Tex. Nonspinning armored 
electric cable. 2,604,509, July 22. 

Blanchard, Louis, Saint Cloud, assignor to Societe 
Anonyme des Manufactures des Glaces et Produits 
Chimiques de Saint-Gobain, Chauny & Cirey. Paris, 
France. Making soluble solid silicates. 2,593,652, 
Apr. 22. 

Blanchard, Robert G., assignee : See — 
Vail. Karl V. 

Blanchard, Werner J., J. F. Haines, and T. B. Martin, 
Dayton, Ohio, and C. S. J. MacNeil, deceased, late of 
Dayton, Ohio, by E. M. MacNeil, administratrix, Day- 
ton, Ohio, said W. J. Blanchard, J. F. Haines, T. B. 
Martin and C. S. J. MacNeil assignors to General Motors 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Propeller regulator assem- 
bly. 2,612,959, Oct. 7. 

Blanchard, William A. : See — 

Moss, Charles W., and Blanchard. 

Blanchard, William A., Millbury, assignor to Crompton & 
Knowles Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Jack eye for 
loom harness. 2,591,397, Apr. 1. 

Blanchard, William A., Millbury, assignor to Crompton & 
Knowles Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Electric pro- 
tection means for looms. 2,609,010. Sept. 2. 

Blanchard, W^illiam A., Millbury, assignor to Crompton 
& Knowles Loom Works, Worcester. Mass. Detector 
for warp stop motion. 2,609,011, Sept. 2. 

Blanchard, William A., Millbury, assignor to Crompton 
& Knowles Loom Works, Worcester, Mass. Pattern 
chain cylinder for dobby looms. 2,612,189, Sept. 30. 

Blancher, Donald W., North Hollywood, Calif., assignor 
to Bendix Aviation Corporation, South Bend, Ind. Dis- 
placement indicating apparatus. 2.596.361, May 13. . 

Blanchet. Andr^. Neuilly-sur-Seine. assignor to Societe 
"La Telemecanique Electrique," Nanterre, France. 
Electromagnetic actuator for contactors and circuit 
breakers. 2,591,773, Apr. 8. 

Blanchet, Ovila J., New Bedford, Mass. Electric circuit 
for controlling traffic signals. 2,590,748, Mar. 25. 

Blanchfield, Richard F., assignee : See — - 
Richardson. Clarence. 

Blanco, Elias : See — 

Evans. William I., and Blanco. 
Witte. James G. 

Blanco Oil Co., assignee : See — 
West. Thomas S. 

Bland, Charles C, St. Louis, Mo. Method and appa- 
ratus for forming glass beads. 2,600,963, June 17. 

Bland. Rose M.. St. Louis, Mo. Folding dollhouse book. 
2,008,026, Aug. 26. 

Blanding, Forrest H. : See — 

Schmidt, Walter J.. Jr., and Blanding. 

Blaney. Arthur C. and D. L., Los Angeles, Calif., assignors 
to Radio Corporation of America. Magnetic recording 
and reproduction. 2,615,990, Oct. 28. 

Blaney, t)orothy L. : See — 

Blaney, Arthur C. and D. L. 

Blank, Cecil G. : See — 

Little. John M.. and Blank. 

Blank. Robert E. : Sec — 

Grummitt. Oliver J.. Blank, and Schwarz. 

Blankenbiller, Harold C., East Hampton, Conn. Com- 
bination dentifrice dispenser and toothbrush supporting 
means. 2.582,671. Jan. 15. 

Elanklette Corporation, assignee : See — 
Lahnstein, Evelyn K., and J. A. 

Blanton. William B. : See — 

Light. George G., and Blanton. 

Blanton, William B., Rockville Centre, and A. H. Schein- 
man, Brooklyn, assignors to The Western Union Tele- 
graph Company, New York, N. Y. Testing arrangement 
for automatic telegraph switching system. 2,611,026, 
Sept. 16. 

Blasutta, Victor V., Columbus, and W. E. Renick, Grove 
City, assignors to The Denison Engineering Company, 
Columbus, Ohio. Control mechanism for hydraulic ap- 
paratus. 2.608,182, Aug. 26. 

Blatchford, George, Los Angeles, Calif. Door operator for 
doghouses. 2,583,354, Jan. 22. 

Blatt, Paula, Berea, Ohio. Garter belt. 2,619,045, Dec. 2. 

Blatt, Perry, Chicago, 111. Shower curtain. 2,600,152, 
June 10. 

Blatter, Hans, Wettingen, assignor to Aktiengpsellschaft 
Brown. Boveri & Cie. Baden, Switzerland. Mechanical 
current converter with apparatus for monitoring the 
synchronously actuated switches. 2,622,234, Dec. 16. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Blatti, Albert L. : See — 

McLain, Harold O.. and Blatti. 
Blatti, Ruby C. executrix : See — 

McLain, Harold O., and Blatti. 
Blattner, Emil H., Rochester, assignor to The Syming- 
ton-Gould Corporation, Depew, N. T. Side bearing. 
2,617,697. Nov. 11. 
Blatz, Hanson, assignor to Ritter Company, Rochester N. 
Y. Closure for mioroscope machine casing. 2,601,361, 
June 24. 
Blatz, Leo J., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Preparing heating oil. 
2,592,383, Apr. 8. 
Blatz, Walter L., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General Electric 
Company. Hemispherical combustion chamber end 
dome having cooling air deflecting means. 2,581,999, 
Jan. 8. 
Blaw-Knox Company, assignee : See — 
Barnebey, Herbert L., and Shields. 
Croft, George M. 
Eckstrom, Albert W. 
Ehrhardt, George J. 
Harcourt, Guy N. 
Lavett, Charles O. 
Leslie, Eugene H. 

Montgomery, Duncan B., and Hegg. 
Ornitz, Nathaniel B. 
Pottmeyer, Edward W. 
Sarosdy, Louis J. 
Shields, James R. 
Thomas, William A. 
Blaydes, Frederick T., and J. L. Bauman, Canton, 111., 
assignors to International Harvester Company. Trac- 
tor-mounted cultivator. 2,613,583, Oct. 14. 
Blaydes, Norman S., Phoenix, Ariz., assignor to The 
Bastian-Blessing Company, Chicago, 111. Unloading 
adapter. 2,620,817, Dec. 9. 
Blayney, James L., Lansdale, assignor to Philco Corpora- 
tion, Philadelphia, Pa. Electrostatic apparatus for 
measuring voltages. 2,583,763, Jan. 29. 
Blayney, James L., Lansdale. assignor to Philco Corpora- 
tion, Philadelphia, Pa. Current-limiting circuit for 
cathode-ray tubes. 2,617,964, Nov. 11. 
Blazek, John Y.. assignor to Lempco Products, Inc., Bed- 
ford, Ohio. Reamer and producing same. 2,582,524, 
Jan. 15. 
Blazer, Charles W., Rochester, assignor to The Lummus 
Company, New York, N. Y. Distillation column tray 
construction. 2,619,337, Nov. 25. 
Blazewicz, Edmond T., Chicago, 111. Snap hook. 2,608,736, 

Sept. 2. 
Blazier, Jess A.. Cleveland. Ohio, assignor tn George 
Knowles. Gear case and drive axle mounting for trac- 
tors. 2.608,261, Aug. 26. 
Bleam, Edgar W. : gee — 

Stokes, John S.. and Bleam. 
Bleam, Howard A., F. Singleman, and D. Miller, assignors 
to Admiral Corporation, Chicago, 111. Soldering iron. 
2,609,778, Sept. 9. 
Blease, John H., Hatch End, England. Apparatus for the 
control of respiration resuscitation and anaesthesia. 
2,591,120. Apr. 1. 
Blecko, Carl, Preston, assignor to Rockwood Corporation, 
Issaquah. Wa.sh. Making composition fiber panels. 
2.622,302, Dec. 23. 
Bledsoe, Carl L., assignor to Ogle Construction Co., Chi- 
cago, 111. Combined delivery tube nozzle and valve. 
2,610.780, Sept. 16. 
Bleecker, Arthur B., assignor to The Norbal Company, 
San Francisco, Calif. Making a luminous multipurpose 
sealer composition. 2,620,311. Dec. 2. 
Blegen. Winifred A., York, N. Dak. Adiustable bandage 

for a hernia of the groin. 2,618,260. Nov. 18. 
Bleibtreu, Hermann. Hin-sdale, 111., assignor to Joanna- 
Western Mills Company. Shade roller. 2,614,629. 
Oct. 21. 
Blench. Ronald O., Hillside, Southport, assignor to E. 
Griffiths Hughes Limited, Salford, Lancashire, Eng- 
land. Heating of coffee beans. 2,594,385, Apr. 29. 
Blessen, Gus A., Richmond, Calif. Antiglare shade for 

windshields. 2,594,386, Apr. 29. 
Bletcher, James H., assignee : See — 
Bentle.v. Clarence H. 

Bletclier, Ralph E,. Bentley, and Bucknell. 
Bletcher. Pearl W., assignee : See — 
Bentley. Clarence H. 

Bletchor, Ralph E., Bentley. and Bucknell. 
Bletcher, Ralph E., assignee : See — 

Bentlev. Clarence H. 
Bletcher. Ralph E.. C. H. Bentley. and E. H. Bucknell, 
Los Angeles, Calif. : assignors of ten per cent to R E. 
Bletcher, twelve and one-half per cent to E. H Bucknell, 
twelve and one-half to M. Bucknell. ten per cent to P. W. 
Bletcher, twenty-five per cent to M. B. Liston, ten per 
cent to J. H. Bletcher. ten per cent to H. B. Skinner and 
ten per cent to C. R. B. Robertson (also- known as Mrs. 
F. K. Robertson). Antisiphon spout and spray fixture. 
2,608,412. Aug. 26. 
Bletcher. Ralph E.. C. H. Bentle.v, and I. A. Ward, as- 
signors to Modern Faucet Mfg. Co., Los Angeles, Calif. 
Transfer valve. 2,587,960. Mar. 4. 
Bletcher. Ralph E., C. H. Bentley. and I. A. Ward, as- 
signors to Modern Faucet Mfg. Co., Los Angeles, Calif. 
Transfer valve. 2,587,961, Mar. 4. 



Bleuer, Lorin T. : See — ■ 

Gardinor, Elliott W., Cheney, and Bleuer. 
Blewett, Howard W., Ansonia, and J. A. Bernardini, New 

Haven, Conn. Micrometer bracket. 2,590,922, Apr, 1. 
Blewett, John P., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 

Electric Company. Phase comparison object locating 

system. 2,608,683, Aug. 26. 
Bley. Rudolph S., Milligan College, Tenn., assignor to 

North American Rayon Corporation. New York, N. Y. 

Spinning filaments and spinneret for use therewith. 

2,588,200. Mar. 4. 
Bley, Rudolph S., Milligan College, Tenn., assignor to 

Noith American Rayon Corporation, New York, N. Y. 

Double twist spindle. 2,620,617, Dec. 9. 
Bley, Rudolph S., Milligan College, Tenn., assignor to 

North American Rayon Corporation, New York, N. Y. 

Twist barrier for double twist spindles. 2,590,372, 

Mar. 25. 
Blicke, Frederick F., assignor to Regents of The University 

of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Basic dioxanes. 

2.606.907, Aug. 12. 

Blicke, Frederick F., assignor to Regents of The University 
of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mien. Basic dioxolanes. 

2.606.908, Aug. 12. 

Blicke, Frederick P., assignor to Regents of The University 
of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Mich. Basic dioxolanes. 

2.606.909, Aug. 12. 

Bllckensderfer, Philip S., assignor to The Champion Pa- 
per and Fibre Company, Hamilton, Ohio. Electro- 
deposition of metals. 2,603,593, July 15. 

Blickle, Herman A.. Highland Park, N. J. Spring jack 
for knitting machine needles. 2,592,787, Apr. 15. 

Blihovde, Norman, El Monte, Calif., assignor to The 
Borden Company, New York, N. Y. Stabilizing food- 
stuff and stabilizing composition. 2,604,406, July 22. 

Blind, Karl A., Thiensville, assignor to Dings Magnetic 
Separator Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Crossbelt magnetic sep- 
arator. 2,591,121, Apr. 1. 

Blind, Karl A., Thiensville, assignor to Dings Magnetic 
Separator Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Crossbelt magnetic sep- 
arator. 2,591,122, Apr. 1. 

Blind, Karl A., Thiensville, assignor to Dings Magnetic 
Separator Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Magnetic separator. 
2,597.561. May 20. 

Bllnn, Glenn E., Harworth, N. J. Switch actuating de- 
vice. 2,618,713, Nov. 18. 

BlinofE, Vsevolod, Neuilly-sur-Seine, assignor to Societe 
Anonyme d'Innovations Chimiques so-called "Sinnova" 
or "Sadie," Meaux-Beauval. France. Cation-active com- 
pounds derived from alkaryl sulfonyl chlorides or alkali 
sulfonates. 2,605,281. July 29. 

Blish, Morris J., Toledo, Ohio, assignor to International 
Minerals & Chemical Corporation. Manufacture of pro- 
tein hydrolysatos. 2.598.341. May 27. 

Bliss, Emmitt, Fort Wayne, Ind. Twist drill gauge. 
2,592.003. Apr. 8. 

Bliss. George L. : See — 

Chase, Charles R., and Bliss. 

Bliss, Harvey N., Windsor, assignor to Veeder-Root In- 
corporated, Hartford, Conn. Interlock mechanism for 
liquid dispensing apparatus. 2,594,853, Apr. 29. 

Bliss, Harvey N., Windsor, assignor to Veeder-Root In- 
corporated, Hartford, Conn. Timer. 2,605.S33. Aug. 5. 

Bliss, Harvey N., Windsor, assignor to Veeder-Root In- 
corporated, Hartford, Conn. Counter resetting mecha- 
nism. 2,610,794, Sept. 16. 

Bliss, Harvev N., Windsor, assignor to Veeder-Root Incor- 
porated, Hartford, Conn. Variator. 2,618,983, Nov. 25. 

Bliss. Philip : See — 

Raymond, Horace H., Bliss, Coe, and Campbell. 

Bliss, Robert H., Jr., East Syracuse, N. Y. MuUion. 
2,615,539, Oct. 28. 

Bliss. William R.. Washington, D. C. Coupling device. 
2,611,822, Sept. 23. 

Bliss, William R., Washington. D. C. Variable polariza- 
tion antenna system. 2.581.352. Jan. 8. 

Blissit, Raymond J., Broken Arrow, assignor to Zero Hour 
Bomb Company, Tulsa, Okla. Spinning-t.vpe reel. 
2,602,603. July 8. 

Blitz, Daniel, Princeton. N. J., assignor to Radio Corpora- 
tion of America, Glide path control for aircraft. 
2,599,223, June 3. 

Blitzer, Sidney M., and O. M. Brown. Baton Rouge, La., 
assignors to Ethyl Corporation, New York. N. Y. Re- 
covery of tetraalkyllead compounds. 2,622,093, Dec. 16. 

Blizard, John. Garden City, assignor to Foster Wheeler 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Heat exchanger. 
2,609,797, Sept. 9. 

Bliznick. Alexander : See — 

Waletzky, Emanuel, and Bliznick. 

Bloch, Felix, Palo Alto, Calif., assignor to the United 
States of America as represented by the Secretary of 
War. Aerial cable with external radio signal reflection 
correction. 2,594,854, Apr. 29. 

Bloch, Heinz, Wettingen, assignor to "Patelhold" Patent- 
verwertungs- & Elktro-Holding A.-G., Qlarus, Switzer- 
land. Magnetrostrictive four-pole. 2,607,814, Aug. 19. 

Bloch, Herman S. : See — 

Hervert, George L., and Bloch. 
Hoffman, Alfred E., and Bloch. 
Thompson, Ralph B.. and Bloch. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Bloch, Herman S., assignor to Universal Oil Products Com- 
pany, Cbicago, 111. Dihydrocarbon peroxides capable of 
controlling polymerization reactions. 2,003,629, July 
15. 

Blocb, Herman S., assignor to Universal Oil Products 
Company, Chicago, 111. Modification of drying oils. 
2,611,788, Sept. 23. 

Bloch, Herman S., assignor to Universal Oil Products Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. EubberliUe materials and an un- 
saturated hydrocarbon oil. 2.615,856, Oct. 28. 

Bloch, Herman S., Chicago, and E, M. Geiser, Downers 
Grove, assignors to Universal Oil Products Company, 
Chicago, 111. Drying oil composition. 2,616,803, Nov. 4. 

Bloch, Herman S.. Chicago, and A. E. HofEnian, Clarendon 
Hills, assignors to Universal Oil Products Company, 
Chicago, 111. Olefin copolymers having drying proper- 
ties. 2,582,411, Jan, 15. 

Bloch, Herman S., Chicago, and R. B. Thompson, River- 
side, assignors to Universal Oil Products Company, 
Chicago, 111. Resinous products from aromatic poly- 
ketones and polyamides. 2,594,537, Apr. 29. 

Bloch, Herman S., Chicago, and R. C. Wackher, La Grange, 
assignors to Universal Oil Products Company, Chicago, 
111. Production of drying oils. 2,590,923, Apr. 1. 

Bloch, Herman S,, Chicago, and R. C. Wackher, La Grange, 
assignors to Universal Oil Products Company, Chicago, 
111. Production of drying oils. 2,622,108, Dec. 16. 

Bloch, Herman S., Chicago, and R. C. Wackher, La Grange, 
assignors to Universal Oil Products Company. Chicago, 
111. Production of drying oils. 2,622,109, Dec. 16. 

Bloch, Monroe P., executor : See — 
Harris. Frederic R. 

Block & Anderson Limited, assignee : See — 
Bonsch, Frangois E. 
Gerlach, Hugo. 

Block, Carl H., Peoria Heights, 111. Combined heat ex- 
change system and auxiliary power plant for internal- 
combustion engines. 2,581,747, Jan. 8. 

Block, H. L., Detroit, and L. G. Smith, Royal Oak, as- 
signors to Ford Motor Company, Dearborn, Mich. Trac- 
tor speed transmission. 2,612,783, Oct. 7. 

Block, Harold A., Manistee, Mich. Conveyer type dis- 
play rack. 2,603,360. July 15. 

Block, Plerbert J., Chicago, 111. Support for cooking 
utensils. 2.593,003, Apr. 15. 

Block, Joseph J. Chicago, III. Chair for liandicapped 
persons. 2,.591.911, Apr. 8. 

Block, Joseph J.. Chicago, 111. Walking trainer for spastic 
children. 2,591,912. Apr. 8. 

Block, Richard J., Scarsdale, N. Y., assignor to The Borden 
Company. Noncrvstallizing lactose sirup and making. 
2,592.509. Apr. 8. 

Block, Wilhelm F., White Plains, assignor to Remington 
Rand Inc., New York, N. Y. Card index and slidable 
signal. 2,021,658, Dec. 16. 

Block, Zenas, Larchmont, G. J. Rosner, Broolclyn, and A. H. 
Goodman, Great Neck, assignors to Doughnut Corpora- 
tion of America, New York, N. Y. Increasing adhesion 
of coatings to deep-fat fried foods. 2,615,811, Oct. 28. 

Blocker, H. Sheldon, assignee : See — 
Daniels, Stephen L, 

Blockinger, William, West St. Paul, Minn. Fishing bobber. 
2,582,619, Jan. 15. 

Blodgett, Edward D., Haddonfield, N. J., and L. L. Lakatos, 
Bala Cynwyd, Pa., assignors to Radio Corporation of 
America. Radio direction finder. 2,620,471, Dec. 2. 

Blodgett, Edwin O., Rochester, assignor to International 
Business Machines Corporation, New York, N. Y. Tape 
reader. 2,619,532, Nov. 25. 

Blodgett, Katharine B., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
(Tcneral Electric Company. Step gauge for measuring 
thickness of thin films. 2,587,282, Feb. 26. 

Blodgett, Katharine B., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to 
Genera) Electric Company. Electrically conducting 
layer. 2.597,562, May 20. 

Blodgett, Katharine B., and V. J. Schaefer, Schenectady, 
N. Y., assignors to General Electric Company. Elec- 
trical indicator of mechanical expansion. 2,589,983, 
Mar. 18. 

Bloechl, Aloysius. La Porte, Ind. Rim tire lock. 
2,583,809, Jan. 29. 

Bloem. Herman, and M. Stel. Eindhoven. Netherlands, as- 
signors to Hartford National Bank and Trust Company, 
Hartford, Conn., as trustee. Producing novolaks. 
2,616,872, Nov. 4. 

Bloemeke, Richard H. : See — 

Kuthe, Herman K., and Bloemeke. 

Blohm, Malte P., assignee : See — 
Andersson, Donald A. V. 

Blohm, Oscar A., Des Plaines, assignor to Chicago Lock 
Company, Chicago, 111. Cylinder lock. 2,580,882, 
Jan. 1. 

Blom, Russell H., Peoria Heights, V. E. Sohns and A. J. 
Moyer, Peoria, 111., assignors to the United States of 
America as represented by the Secretary of Agriculture. 
Preparation of inoculum for use in the fermentative 
production of sodium gluconate. 2,594,283, Apr. 29. 

Blom, Sven G. : See — 

Angerby, Erik A,, Axsater, and Blom. 

Blomberg, Leslie, assignee : See — 
Nielsen, David. 

Blomberg, Martin P,, Hinsdale, 111., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Railway truck. 
2,609,757, Sept. 9. 



Blom6n, Torsten, assignor to Aktiebolaget Linderoths Pat- 
enter, Stockholm, Sweden. Wet separator for purifying 
a particle laden gas current. 2,598,032, May 27. 

Blomquist, Alfred T., and R. D. Spencer, Ithaca, N. Y. 
Synthesis of many-membered cyclic Icetones. 2,584,664, 
I'eb. 5. 

Blomqvist, Sven G. F., Stora Essingen, assignor of one- 
half to Ingenjorsfirman H. F. Rost & Soner, Djursholm, 
Sweden. Switch contact spring. 2,612,367, Sept. 30. 

Blondeau, Benjamin H., Seattle, Wash. Hot-water heat- 
ing device and method. 2,594,616, Apr. 29. 

Blondeau, Ren6, and J. Van Overbeek, Modesto, and R. R. 
Whetstone, Orinda, assignors to Shell Development Com- 
pany, San Francisco, Calif. Herbicidal composition 
and weed control. 2,600,045, June 10. 

Blonder, Isaac S., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Thermorelay ele- 
ment. 2,609,466, Sept. 2. 

Blood, Robert H., Tulsa, Okla., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Formation tester. 2,581,070, 
Jan. 1. 

Blood, Walter R.. and J. W. Moore, Rugby, England, as- 
signors to General Electric Company. Electrostatic 
coating apparatus. 2,604,870, July 29. 

Bloodgood, Vivian C, Cass County, Mich. Animal trap. 
2,594,855, Apr. 29. 

Bloom, Allen, Forest Hills, assignor to Westin, Inc., New 
York, N. Y. Door wicket. 2,581,234, Jan. 1. 

Bloom. Charles E., assignee : See — 
Strickman, Samuel W. 

Bloom, Fredrick K., Baltimore, Md., assignor to Armco 
Steel Corporation. Stainless steel process and product. 
2,.590,074, Mar. 25. 

Bloom, Gertrude and I., New York, N. Y., assignors to 
Gluv-Gard Mfg. Co., Inc. Glove holder. 2,584,251, 
Feb. 5. 

Bloom, Israel : See — 

Bloom, Gertrude and I. 

Bloom, Quentin M., Huntingdon Valley, assignor to Selas 
Corporation of America, Philadelphia, Pa. Work con- 
veying mechanism for furnaces. 2,592,236, Apr. 8. 

Bloom, Robert A. : See — 

Langmaid, Alvin E., and Bloom. 

Bloomer Bros. Company, assignee : See — 
Bloomer. Harrison C. 
Inman, William H. 
Moble.v, Edwin H. 

Bloomer, Harrison C, assignor to Bloomer Bros. Company, 
Newark, N. Y. Collapsible cardboard carton. 2,591,500, 
Apr. 1. 

Bloomfield, George V., Redditch. assignor to The Chloride 
Electrical Storage Company Limited, Clifton Junction, 
near Manchester, England. Selector mechanism. 
2,620,813, Dec. 9. 

Bloomfield, Samuel, Chicago, 111. Tray. 2,605,929, Aug. 5. 

Bloomsburgh, Ralph A.. Lafayette Hill, assignor to Philco 
Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Aligning cathode-ray 
tube assemblies. 2,603,550. July 15. 

Bloomstran, Floyd H. : See — 

Jones, James R., Bloomstran, and Gronberg. 

Bloomstran, Hilmer F., assignor to Watson Manufacturing 
Compan.v, Inc., Jamestown, N. Y. Hand propelled ve- 
hicle. 2,582,000, Jan. 8. 

Blosser, Herman G., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Air Brake Company. Subdivided coded railway 
track circuit. 2.590,924, Apr. 1 . 

Blott, John F. T.. Worcester Park, and P. Alexander, 
Surbiton, England, assignors to Shell Development Com- 
pany, San Francisco, Calif. Bituminous mixtures and 
their preparation. 2,603,573, .Tuly 15. 

Blougli, Paul M.. assignor to J. A. Kroll Chicago, 111. 
Alternating current clock. 2,616,240, Nov. 4. 

Blouin, Maurice A., assignor to Simplex Time Recorder Co., 
Gardner, Mass. Program signal apparatus. 2,591,335, 
Apr 1. 

Bloxsom, Allan P., Houston, Tex. Lubricated syringe. 
2,618,264, Nov. 18. 

Bludeau, Robert E., Denville, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. 
Liquefied gas discharge pump. 2,580,649, Jan. 1. 

Bludeau, Robert B., Denville, N. J., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. 
Mechanical pulverization of refrigerated plastics, 
2,609,150, Sept. 2. 

Blue, John, assignor to John Blue Company, Huntsville, 
Ala.- Liquid fertilizer applying apparatus. 2,594,284, 
Apr. 29. 

Blue, John, assignor to John Blue Company, Huntsville, 
Ala. Fertilizer distributor. 2,615,596, Oct. 28. 

Blue. John. Company, assignee : See — 
Blue, John. 

Blue, Lebert E.. assignor to Transit Research Corporation, 
New York. N. Y. Heating and ventilating system, 
2.593.094. Anr. 15. 

Blue, Richard W.. and C. J. Engle. Bartlesville, Okla., as- 
signors to Phillips Petroleum Company. Conversion of 
oil residua te lighter hydrocarbons. 2,620,293, Dec. 2. 

Blue Channel Corporation, The, assignee : See — 
Harris Sterling G. 

Bluemmel, Francis P,, Westfield, and L. D. Lytle, Plain- 
field, N. ,T., assignors to General Aniline & Film Corpo- 
ration, New York. N. Y. Producing noncrystallizing 
copper phthalocyanine. 2.615,027, Oct. 21. 

Blue Ridge Glass Corporation, assignee : See — - 
Glynn, Theodore W. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



77 



Bluestein, Ben A., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Pyridylchlorosilanes. 2,584,665, 
Feb. 5. 

Bluestein, Ben A., Schenectady, assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company, New York. N. Y. Preparation of hexa- 
methylcyclotrislloxane. 2,618,648, Nov. 18. 

Bluestone, Henry : See — 

Herzfeld, Simon H., Lidov, and Bluestone. 

Bluhm, Fred A., Michigan City, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Air Appliances Corporation, La Porte, 
Ind. Fluid motor. 2,594,856, Apr. 29. 

Blum, Hoj^mer L., assignor to Bowser, Inc., Fort Wayne, 
Ind. Flow control device. 2,581,748, Jan. 8. 

Blum, Hosmer L., Burlingame, Calif., assignor to L. C. 
Grover. Advertising device. 2,589,474, JVIar. 18. 

Blum, Jay H., assignor to The Fibre Forming Corporation, 
Olean, N. Y. Chair back. 2,611,423. Sept. 23. 

Blum, Oscar A., Bayonne, assignor to The M. W. Kel- 
logg Company, Jersey City, N. J. Dechlorination of 
a halocarbon containing chlorine. 2,590,433, Mar. 25. 

Blum, Robert D., Jr. : See — ■ 

Schwartz, Shepard B., and Blum. 

Blum, Sidney, Forest Hills, N. Y. Tool with separable 
handle. 2,605,110, July 29. 

Blum, Theodore W., assignee : See — 
Haddon. Jesse E. 

Blumauer, Ernst, assignor to L. A. Polzer,, Graz, Styria, 
Austria. Bottle attachment device for use in prepar- 
ing sparkling beverages. 2,584,183, Feb. 5. 

Blume. Frank J.. Chicago, 111. Adjustable bracket. 
2,617,618. Nov. 11. 

Blume, Roe C, Waynesboro, Va., assignor to E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Heterogene- 
ous, basic hydrolysis of carboxylic acid esters of poly- 
vinyl alcohol with quaternary ammonium bases. 
2,581.832, Jan. 8. 

Blume, Roe C, Waynesboro, Va.. assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington. Del. Hetero- 
gpneous, acidic hydrol.vsis of polymeric esters with alkyl 
pliosphoric acid esters. 2.583,991, Jan. 29. 

Blumensaadt, Svend G., Beaehwood Village, assignor to 
The Universal Wire Spring Company, Cleveland, Ohio. 
Transfer device. 2.584,836, Feb. 5. 

Blumensn.ndt. Svend G.. BG,Tchwood Village, assignor to 
The Universal Wire Spring Company. Cleveland, Ohio. 
Wire-straightening fixture. 2.591.123, Apr. 1. 

Blumenshien, Alice J., National City, Calif. Clothes 
catching attachment for ironing boards. 2,620,577, 
Dec. 9. 

Blumenthal. Sidney & Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Korolyshun, Russell T., and Sullivan. 

Blumer, Donald R.. St. Paul, Jlinn., assignor to Pliillips 
Petroleum Company. Producing unsaturated hydro- 
carbons. 2,613,233, Oct. 7. 

Blumlein, Alan D., deceased, London by D Walker ex- 
ecutrix. Paignton, and E. L. C. White. Iver, England, 
assignors to Electric & Musical Industries Limited. 
Methods and apparatus for the control of the timing of 
recurrent signals. 2.586,605. Feb 19. 

Blumner, Aline E., New York, N. X. Dish carton. 
2,583,081, Jan. 22. 

Blumson, Samuel S., Baltimore, Md. Combined closure can 
for closing the outlet spout and kev for opening the fill- 
ing plug of a liquid container. 2,609,970, Sept. 9. 
Blundell, Geoffrey G. : See — 

Anderson, Edward G. O., Blundell, and Rhys-Jones. 
Blundell, Solon A., Jr. : See — 

Robeson. Max O., and Blundell. 
Bluth, Ludwig S., Los Angeles, Calif. Retaining ring 
2,580,396, Jan. 1. 

Blythe, William B., Birmingham, Mich., assignor to 
Driver-Harris Company. Harrison. N. J. Conveying 
disk for heat-treating furnaces. 2,621,033, Dec 9 

Boaden. Earl T., and J. L. Simpson, Los Angeles, as- 
signors (o Emde Products. Inc.. Culver Citv Calif. 
Transparency projection slide. 2.587,434, Feb. 26. 

Boadway. Odber E., Pasadena, assignor to Innovations, 
Inc.. Los Angeles. Calif. Closure for containers 
2,582.224, Jan. 15. 

Boadway, Odber E., Pasadena, assignor to Innovations. 

Inc., Los Angeles, Calif. Sealing and dispensing closure 

for container necks. 2.591,231, Apr. 1. 
Boardman, Edward M., Mountain Lakes, N J. assignor 

to Bell Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated New 

York, N. Y. Capacitor. 2,608,601, Aug. 26. 
Boardman. Hnrrv C. Chicasro, 111., assicrnor to Chicago 

Bridge & Iron Company. Squaroid. 2.593.408. Apr 22 
Boardman, Ilerbert D., and P. Hansen, Manchester, Iowa 

Overload attachment for semielliptical springs 

2,607,584, Aug. 19. 
Boardman. Martha K.. assignee: See — 
Huelsdonk, William A. 

Boardman, Reginald G., Sutton Coldfield near Birming- 
ham, and A. P. Thomas. Marston Green Birmingham 
England. Electric steaming iron. 2.589 921 Mar 18' 

Boarini, Edward J.. Chicago, 111., assignor to Certain- 
Teed Products Corporation, Ardmore, Pa Lock-down 
shingle. 2,607.306, Aug. 19. 

Boario. William R.. and D. E. Oyster. Dayton, Ohio. Pro- 
ducing multiple tone effect in cathode-ray tube indica- 
tions. 2,619,633, Nov. 25. 



Boast, Warren B., Ames, Iowa, and J. D. Ryder, Champaign 
111., assignors to Iowa State College Research Founda- 
tion, Inc., Ames, Iowa. Generator. 2,588,797, Mar. 11. 

Boat, Earl M. : See — 

Bishop, John J., and Boat. 

Boat, Earl M., assignor to Standard Gage Company, Inc., 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y. Dial bore gauge. 2,601,496, June 
24. 

Boates, Arthur R., Mill Valley, Calif. Mileage lubrication 
indicator. 2,601,838, July 1. 

Boatwright, Reuben C, Fort Belvoir, Va. Turkey call. 
2,606,401, Aug. 12. 

Boatright, Robert G., and J. Fetchin. Borger. Tex., as- 
signors to Phillips Petroleum Company. Deactivation 
of popcorn polymer with nitric acid. 2,616,935, Nov. 4. 

Bobard. Emile, Beaune, France. Mowing machine. 

2.587.435, Feb. 26. 

Bobard, Emile, Beaune, Prance. Motor containing wheel. 

2.597.436, May 20. 

Bobb, Lloyd J., Glenside, assignor to The International 
Electronics Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Low capaci- 
ty switch. 2,599,314, June 3. 

Bobb, Lloyd J.. Glenside. assignor to The International 
Electronics Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Device utiliz- 
ing erase head impedance to vary amplifier gain. 
2,600,046, June 10. 

Bobb, Russell V., Mulberry, and R. G. Brunger, La Fayette, 
Ind., assignors to Aluminum Company of America, iPitts- 
burgh, Pa. Making aluminum alloy tubing and product. 
2,614,053. Oct. 14. 

Bobbs, William P., Toronto, Ontario, assignor to A. V. Roe 
Canada Limited, Malton, Peel, Ontario, Canada. Auto- 
matic pattern controlled machine tools. 2,610,447 Sept. 
16. ... 1 

Bobby, Frederick J. : See — 

Rear, James C, and Bobby. 

Bobenmyer, Corson E., assignee : See- — 
McOmber, Loren W. 

Bobier, Wilfred S.. Jr., Grosse Pointe, Mich., assignor to 
G. M. and E. Holley. Emergency fuel control. 2,614,617, 
Oct. 21. 

Bobisch, William J., Altadena, assignor to The R. H. 
Osborne Company, Los Angeles. Calif. Multiple pintle 
hinge for overhead doors. 2,603,826, July 22. 

Bobopen. Inc., assignee : See — 
Cogswell, Walter F. 

Bobrick, Arthur L., Pasadena, Calif. Lather dispenser. 
2.615,757, Oct. 28. 

Bobrowski, Henry, Morris, Manitoba, Canada. Self-level- 
ing motor mount assembly for grain conveyers and the 
like. 2,583,082, Jan. 22. 

Bobrowski, Henry, Morris, Manitoba, Canada. Portable 
grain conveyer. 2.001,916, July 1. 

Bobrowski, Henry and ^^, JNIorris, Manitoba, Canada Con- 
veyer drive. 2,619,224, Nov. 25. 

Bobrowski, Victor : See — 

Bobrowski, Henry and V. 

Bobst, Raymond I., be Soto. Wis. Automatic bale ten- 
sion control for b.aling machines. 2,582,072 Jan 15 

Bocast. Donald R., Grand Rapids, Mich, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Apparatus for tipping-olf sealed 
envelopes. 2,604.732. July 29. 

Bocchino, Roger, Paris, Fiance. Artificial decoy fish 
2.590,201, M.ay 13. 

Bdcher, Hermann, Cologne-Kalk, Germany. Wire reeling 
apparatus. 2.614.766. Oct. 21 . 

Bocjl Corporation, assignee: See — 
Lang. Joseph C. 

Bock. Edward H., Jr.. Wayzata, Minn. Paint container 
attachment. 2,621,829, Dec 16. 

Bock. Louis H. : See — 

Culver, Martin J., and Bock. 

Bock. Otto II., Jacksonville. Fla. Closed receptacle for 
cigarette ash. 2,593,836. Apr. 22. 

Bock. William M., Jr.. Milwaukee, Wis. Book index 
2.616.727, Nov. 4. 

Bockmeyer. Eldon, Philadelphia, Pa. Refrigerated case 
with forced circulation of air. 2,590 496 Jlar 25 

Bockrath, George E., Long Beach, Calif. Aircraft gust 
alleviating control means. 2,584,666. Feb 5 

Bockrath, George E„ Long Beach. Calif. Gust alleviating 
control means for airplanes. 2,584.667, Feb 5 

Bockstahler, Earl R., Indianapolis. Ind. assignor to Allied 
Laboratories. Inc.. Kansas City, Mo. P-alkoxybenzilic 
acids. 2.605,283. July 29. 

Bodamer, Geor.ge W.. Cheltenham, assignor to Rohm & 
Haas Company, Philadelphia Pa. Cation-exchange 
polymers of the carboxvlic tvpe. 2 597 437 May ''O 

Bodamer, George W.. Cheltenham, assignor to Rohm & 
Haas Company. Philadelphia, Pa. Cation-exchange 
polymers of the sulfonic tvpe. 2. 597. 438 May 20 

Bodamer. George W.. Clielt'enham.' assisnor to Rohm & 
Haas Company. Philadelphia. Pa. Weakly basic anion- 
exchange polymers. 2.597.439, Jlay 20. 

Bodamer. George W.. Cheltenham, .hssignor to Rohm & 
Haas Company. Philadelphia, Pa. Strongly basic anion- 
exchange resins. 2.597,440, May SO. 

Boddey. Ronald P. : See — 

Strauss. Kossy. and Boddey. 

Boddy. Edwin H.. Erie. Pa., assignor to GeuPral Electric 
Company. Refrigerator cabinet. 2.601.241. June 24 

Boddy, Edwin H.. Erie. Pa., assignor to Geneial Electric 
Company. Rotatable receptacle assembly. 2.605.160. 
July 29. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Boddy, John : See — 

Bayes, Charles A., and Boddy. 

Boddy, Leonard, assignor to King-Seeley Corporation, Ann 
Arbor, Mich. Vaporizer. 2,612,432, Sept. 30. 

Boden, George, Waterbury, and M. V. Duell, Oakville. as- 
signors to ScovUl Manufacturing Company, Waterbury, 
Conn. Resilient snap hook. 2,613,422, Oct. 14. 

Boden, Samuel H. : See — 

Bonine, Ralph O., and Boden. 

Boden, Wendell A., Detroit, Mich. Apparatus for prepar- 
ing citrus fruit. 2,613,711. Oct. 14. 

Bodendoerfer, Ray E., and D. C. Fee, Milwaukee, and 
H. C. Frentzel, Shorewood, assignors to Federal Manu- 
facturing Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Sanitary milk bottle 
capping head. 2,591,501, Apr. 1. 

Bodendoerfer, Ray E., and D. C. Fee, Milwaukee, and H. C. 
Frentzel, Shorewood, assignors to Federal Manufactur- 
ing Co., Milwaukee, Wis. Receptacle filling nozzle with 
filling and vent valves. 2,620,113, Dec. 2. 

Bodey, Charles E., St. Paul, assignor to Minneapolis- 
Honeywell Regulator Company, Minneapolis, Minn. 
Valve. 2,590.674, Mar. 25. 

Bodey, Charles E., St. Paul, assignor to Minneapolis-Hon- 
eywell Regulator Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Ther- 
moelectric generator and casing therefor. 2,605,296, 
July 29. 

Bodger, Walter K., Glastonbury, assignor to United Air- 
craft Corporation, East Hartford, Conn. Overspeed 
governor. 2,582,674, Jan. 15. 

Bodine, Albert G., Jr., Van Nuys, Calif. Resonant gas 
compressor and method. 2.581,902, Jan. 8. 

Bodkin, Ernest A., Pitman, N. J., assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated. Extrusion of in- 
organic oxide hydrogels. 2,604,662, July 29. 

Bodkin, Ernest A., Pitman, N. J., assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated. Extruding porous 
material. 2,617,169. Nov. 11. 

Bodle, Alexander T., assignor to Dodge Manufacturing 
Corporation, Mishawaka, Ind. Belt measuring device. 
2,63 2,698. Oct. 7. 

Bodman, John W., Winchester, assignor to Lever Brothers 
Company, Cambridge, Mass. Dedusting soap and the 
resulting product. 2,592,535, Apr. 15. 

Bodnar, Alexander, Bronx, N. Y. Apparatus for dusting 
capsules. 2.617,137, Nov. 11. 

Bodnar, Bartholomew J., Tuckahoe, N. Y. Ball tip foun- 
tain pen. 2,606,530, Aug. 12. 

Bodnar, Camillo E., Tampa. Fla. Pendulum limb support 
crutch. 2.585.730. Feb. 12. 

Bodnar, John, Hempstead, N. Y. Windowpane fastener. 
2,617,160. Nov. 11. 

Bodwell, Corliss L., Springvale, Maine. Bait holder. 
2,622,363, Dec. 23. 

Body, Alfred C, assignor to The Ohio Crankshaft Com- 
pany. Cleveland, Ohio. High-frequency induction-heat- 
ing apparatus. 2,582,955, Jan. 22. 

Body Guard-Valve Co., Inc., assignee : See — 
Sanford, Paul W. 

Boe, Carsten P., Wooddale. Del. Triple expansion nozzle 
and method of spraying liquids. 2,585,429, Feb. 12. 

Boe, Eddie S., Newgulf, Tex. Apparatus for separation 
of sulfur vapors. 2.600,464, June 17. 

Boecher, Walter, Jr., Bayside. and H. J. Harris, Hartsdale, 
assignors to Thermoray Cforporation, New York, N. Y. 
Electrical radiant heating panel. 2,623,150, Dec. 23. 

Boeddinghaus, Hugo P., Greenwich. Conn.. B. Preyer, 
Cornwall-on-Hudson, and G. J. Sanford, Newburgh, N. Y., 
assignors to American Felt Compan.v. GlenvlUe, Conn. 
Felt hardening machine. 2,616.154. Nov. 4. 

Boegehold, Alfred L., assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Detroit. Mich. Making bearings. 2,585,430, Feb. 
12. 

Boehl. Wilhelm : See— 

Badenhausen, Otto A., Wahl, and Boehl. 
Boehling. Daniel E., assignor to The Cardwell Machine 
Company, Inc., Richmond, Va. Apparatus for feeding 
and packing loose material. 2,619,272, Nov. 25. 
Boehm, Carl A., assignor to The Cincinnati Milling Ma- 
chine Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. Auxiliary transmission 
mechanism for milling machines. 2,622,454, Dec. 23. 
Boehm, John C. : See — 

Musebeck. George E., and Boehm. 
Boehm, Lois E. : See — 

Schulz, William H., and Boehm. 
Boehm-Myro, Robert, London, England. Hand covering. 
2,603,790. July 22. 

Boehm, Paul P., Greenwich, Conn. T-square. 2,588,079, 

Mar. 4. 
Boehm, Paul F., Greenwich, Conn., assignor to J. R. Cassell 
Co., Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Protractor. 
2,622,326, Dec. 23. 
Boehm. Walter G. : See — 

McBride, Jesse E., and Boehm. 
Boehringer, Samuel J., Milwaukee, Wis. Dipper. 

2.584,416, Feb. 5. 
Boeing Airplane Company, assignee : See — 
Anderson, Roy H. 
Bellam, .Toseph E. 
Butler, Van 13., and Cook. 
Cooper, James B.. and Jepson. 
Davies, Charles H. 
Drakeley. George T., and Hanson. 
Gates, Jack R., and Schuler. 



Boeing Airplane Company, assignee : See — Continued. 
Heckard, Clifford L., and Anderson. 
Linforth, Robert L., and Hage. 
King, Kenneth M., and Haines. 
Kirkbride, John P., and Mayer. 
McFadden, Harry M. 
Moorehead. James R.. and Reinhold. 
Morrison, John A. 
Plath, Robert. 
Price, Nathan C. 
Robertson, John A., and Rock. 
Swanson, Wallace R. 
Tatom, Raymond P. 
Terdina, Frank. 
Terdina, Frank, and Muzzy. 

White, Compton I., Jr., Young, Pederson, and Rahn. 
Williams, Robert L., Lammers, and Zipp. 
Woods, Frederick E., and Williams. 
Boelens, Willem W., Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor to 
Hartford National Bank and Trust Company, Hartford, 
Conn., as trustee. Circuit arrangement for wave length 
modulation. 2,582,673, Jan. 15. 
Boenig, Martin E., Woodsboro, Tex. Row marker. 

2,613,586. Oct. 14. 
Boer, Hendrik, assignee : See — 

Van Rooy, Johannes M. 
Boerdijk, Arie H., and J. M. L. Janssen, Eindhoven, 
Netherlands, assignors to Hartford National Bank and 
Trust Company, Hartford, Conn., as trustee. Power 
supply system providing filament and anode voltages 
for an electron discharge device. 2,586,507, Feb. 19. 
Boerger, Julius W., assignor to Allover Manufacturing 
Company, Racine. Wis. Clipper and electric motor 
therefor. 2.586.415, Feb. 19. 
Boerner, Lewis W., assignor to National Foam System, 
Inc., West Chester, Pa. Combination water and foam 
sprinkler unit. 2,601,899, July 1. 
Boersma, Barney, and A. A. Parcels, Grand Rapids, Mich., 
assignors to Sackner Products, Inc. Making tacking 
strip. 2,597,918, May 27. 
Boes, Jean, Boinvilliers par Vert, France. Holding and 
packaging means for pharmaceutical phials and the like. 
2,598,492, May 27. 
Boese, Alvin W., White Bear Township, Ramsey County, 
assignor to Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Com- 
pany, St. Paul, Minn. Making decorative tissues. 
2,620,853, Dec. 9. 
Boesewetter, Chester C. : See — 

Barry, Robert L., and Boesewetter. 
Boesger, George A., North Olmsted, assignor to The W. W. 
Sly Manufacturing Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Dust col- 
lector. 2,583,039, Jan. 22. 
Boestad, Gustav K. W. : See — 

Wahlsten, Gosta L. B.. and Boestad. 
Boestad, Gustav K. W., Lidingo, Sweden, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to J. C. Marble, New York, N. Y., 
L. M. Merrill, Westfield, N. J., and P. H. Batten, 
Racine, Wis., as trustees. Heat exchanger. 2,596,642, 
May 13. 
Boestad. Gustav K. W., Lidingo, and T. I. Lindhagen, 
Stockholm, Sweden, assignors, bv mesne assignments, 
to J. C. Marble, L. M. Merrill, and P. H. Batten, as 
trustees. Control means for variable load multiple 
stage gas turbine systems 2,622,392, Dec. 23. 
Boettner, Fred E., Philadelphia, and W. J. Croxall, Bryn 
Athyn, assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 2,4-dinitro-6-alkylphenyl p-chlorobenzene sul- 
fonates. 2,605,277, July 29. 
Bogan, Charles W. : See — 

Connor. Kathleen M., and Bogan. 
Bogart. W. H.. assignee : See — ■ 

Shink, George J. 
Bogdanowski. John W. : See — 

Williams. Ernest, and Bogdanowski. 
Boge, Herbert E., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to 
Mathieson Chemical Corporation. Laminated pipe and 
making same. 2.609,319. Sept. 2. 
Bogenschutz. Frank A., assignee : See — 

Bogenschutz, Thomas M. 
Bogenschutz, Harry J., assignee : See — 

Bogenschutz, Thomas M. 
Bogenschutz. Oliver C, assignee : See — 

Bogenschutz. Thomas M. 
Bogenschutz. Thomas M., assignor of twent.v-five per cent 
to F. A. Bogenschutz, Clayton, twenty-five per cent to 
H. J. Bogenschutz, Rosiere, and twenty-five per cent to 
O. C. Bogenschutz, Clayton, N. Y. Machine for de- 
capping honeycombs. 2,580,397, Jan. 1. 
Boger, Sam, and D. V. Davis, Dodge City. Kans. Crank- 
case oil heater attaching means. 2,620,429, Dec. 2. 
Boggs, Conda P., assignee : See — 

Lyne, John L. 
Boggs, Fitzhugh W. : See — 

Dakin, Thomas W., Works, and Boggs. 
Boggs, Raymond H., Coronado, Calif. Automatic ehut- 

off valve. 2,590.838, Apr. 1. 
Bogie. Nelson H., Lexington, Ky. Rock crusher. 

2.605.051, July 29. 
Bogin, Herman, and A. Gold, Bronx, and H. Gold, Flush- 
ing, assignors to Gold Bros., Inc.. New York. N. Y. Ball- 
type lipstick applicator. 2,598.493, May 27. 
Bogle. R. H., Company, The, assignee : See — 
Taylor, Jack P. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Bohanuan, Robert C, and H. M. Pickard, Columbus, and 
H. R. Horning, Parma, assignors to The Jaeger Ma- 
chine Company, Columbus, Ohio. Road paving ma- 
chine. 2,591,502, Apr. 1. 
Bohler, Francis M., Long Beach, Calif. Combination sepa- 
rator and trap. 2,617,492, Nov. 11. 
Bohllie, Paul G., Flushing, N. Y., assignor to Sylvania 

Electric Products Inc. Traveling wave tube. 2,611,102, 
Sept. 16. 
Bohllce, Paul G., Roslyn Heights, and F. C. Breeden, Flush- 
ing, N. Y., assignors to Sylvania Electric Products Inc. 

Electron discharge device of the disk seal type. 

2,623,090, Dec. 23. 
Bohlnian, Walter S., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Pneumatic vibrator. 2,609,791, 

Sept. 9. 
Bohn, Adolph R. : See — 

McKee, Max B., and Bohn. 
Bohn Aluminum & Brass Corporation, assignee : See — 

Wade, James O. 
Bohn, Donald I., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to Nordberg 

Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Radial 

engine. 2,584,098, Jan. 29. 
Bohn, Donald I., Pittsburgh, Pa. Meter integrator and 

multiplier. 2,605,963. Aug. 5. 
Bohn, Donald I., Pittsburgh, assignor to I-T-E Circuit 

Breaker Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Circuit breaker 

trip mechanism. 2,616.999, Nov. 4. 
Bohnenblust, Martin J., Minneapolis, Kans. Combine and 

transport dolly therefor. 2,599,366, June 3. 
Bohren, Arthur H., Portland, Oreg. Rotary plug wall 

valve. 2,617,442, Nov. 11. 
Bohuslav, Hans A., assignor to Engineering Controls, Inc., 

Los Angeles, Calif. Low water alarm. 2,612,147, 

Sept. 30. 
Boice-Crane Company, assignee : See — 

Boice, William B. 
Boice, Elvin G., assignor to Reed Roller Bit Company, 

Houston, Tex. Tool joint wear sleeve. 2,592,854, Apr. 

15. 
Boice, Elvin G., assignor to Reed Roller Bit Company, 

Houston, Tex. Laminated drill collar. 2,594,617, Apr. 

29. 
Boice, Elvin G., assignor to Reed Roller Bit Company, 

Houston. Tex. Fluid actuated motor and gear operated 

socket wrench. 2,603,997, July 22. 
Boice, William B., assignor to Boice-Crane Company, 

Toledo, Ohio. Fence for jointers. 2,592,384. Apr. 8. 
Boice, William B. assignor to Boice-Crane Company, 

Toledo, Ohio. Guard mounting for jointer cutters. 

2,611,402. Sept. 23. 

Bolsen, John J., Luverne, Minn. Telescoping measuring 

rule. 2,583.205, Jan. 22. 
Boisselier, Earl D. : See — 

Williamson, Cecil M., and Boisselier. 
Bolssoneau, Joanne I. : See — • 

Boissoneau, Kermit E., and J. I. 
Bolssoneau, Kermit E. and J. I., Davenport, W'ash. Comb. 

2,595,049, Apr. 29. 
Boisvert, Edgar T., Wethersfield, Conn. Preserving fresh 

corn. 2,606,840. Aug. 12. 
Boisvert, TJbald, assignee : Sec — 

Lamy, Armand. 
Boisvieux, Jacques, and J. Chaumeron, assignors to 

Societe Francalse Sadir-Carpentier, Paris, France. 

Pulse modulating system. 2,614,247, Oct. 14. 
Boivin, Albert J., Rumford, Maine. Towing hitch. 

2,581,833. Jan. 8. 
Bokser, Lewis, Philadelphia, Pa. Electric eye for auto- 
matically operating flushing valves. 2,603,794, July 22. 
Bol, Arie, Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor to Hartford 

National Bank and Trust Company. Hartford Conn.. 

trustee. Electrical resistance. 2,008,633. Aug. 26. 
Bola Toys Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Bowditch, Hoel L. 
Boland, Gus L., Modesto, Calif. Reclining air cushion. 

2,612,645. Oct. 7. 
Boland, Thomas J., Wakefield, Mass., assignor to Raytheon 

Manufacturing Company. Electronic amplifier circuits. 

2.606,316. Aug. 5. 
Bolding, Hubert V., Jeffersonville, Ind., assignor to The 

Bradley & Gilbert Company. Louisville, Ky. Tumbler 

carrying carton. 2,609,981, Sept. 9. 
Bole, George A., assignor to The Ohio State University 

Research Foundation, Columbus, Ohio. Ceramic process. 

2,603,.^70, July 15. 
Bolek, Prank J., Chicago, 111. Rod lock. 2,585,993, 

Feb. 19. 
Bolen. John H., Jr., assignee : See — 

Allen, Richard E. 
Bolen, Roscoe A., Grand Junction. Colo. Vacuum seed 

selector and planter. 2.605.017. July 29. 
Boley, Leonard W., Brooklyn, N. Y. Inspection apparatus. 

2,612.677. Oct. 7. 
Bolger, Paul E., Lewistown, Pa., assignor to American 

Viscose Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Spinning buck- 
et liner. 2,598.752, June 3. 
Bolger, William B., Cleveland. Ohio. Fluid pressure oper- 
ated flow control valve. 2,612,186, Sept. 30 
Bolick, Charles L., Hickory, N. C. Refectory table slide. 

2,599,808. June 10. 



Bolidens Gruvaktiebolag, assignee : See — 

Kalling, Bo M. S., Sundgren-Walldgn, Walld^n, and 

Sivander. 
Lundback, Sven V., and Sandstrom. 

Boliek, Paul M., Anaheim, Calif. Weighing apparatus. 
2,598,494, May 27. 

Bohn, Henry J., Elmont, N. Y. Casement window for 
air conditioners. 2,612,098, Sept. 30. 

Boling, Cecil, assignor to The Heat-X-Changer Co., Inc., 
Brewster, N. X. Heat exchanger. 2,611,585, Sept. 23. 

Boling, Cecil, assignor to The Heat-X-Changer Co., Inc., 
lirewster, X. Y. Heat exchanger. 2,611,587, Sept. 23. 

Boiinger, Edgar D., and R. G. Berner, Stamford, assignors 
to Deering Milliken Research Trust, Greenwich, Conn. 
Apparatus for treating yarn. 2,611,172, Sept. 23. 

Bollaert, Armand R., Arcadia, and E. L. Neu, Manhattan 
Beach, Calif., assignors to Great Lakes Carbon Corpora- 
tion, Chicago, 111. Lightweight concrete mixture. 
2,585,366, Feb. 12. 

BoUe, Edward A.^ Lidingoe, Sweden. Lamp switch 
actuator for use in conjunction with a telephone ap- 
paratus. 2,586,910, Feb. 26. 

Boiler, Charles R. : See — 

Eggleston, Ira S., and Boiler. 

Boiler, Ernst : See — 

Frey, Walter, and Boiler. 

Boiler, Henry A,, Pontiac, Mich., assignor to Carter Car- 
buretor Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Stove for auto- 
matic chokes. 2.618,251. Nov. 18. 

Boiler, William D., Milford, Ohio, W. D. Berkley, Fort 
Wayne, Ind., W. Ernst, Dayton. Ohio, and E. W. Land- 
meier, assignors to The Wadsworth Electric Mfg. Co., 
Covington, Ky. Electric circuit breaker. 2,618,716. 
Nov. 18. 

Bollerup, Kay E., Virum, Kongens Lyngby, Denmark. 
Compressor. 2,621,853, Dec. 16. 

Bolles, Julius H., Anderson, Ind., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Control apparatus 
for engine starters. 2,602,143, July 1. 

Bolles, Julius H., Anderson, Ind., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Control apparatus 
for engine starters. 2,602,144, July 1. 

Bollettieri, Patrick J., Pelham, N. Y. Music stand utility 
case. 2,597,970, May 27. 

Bolley, Don S., and R. H. McCormack, Brooklyn, assignors 
to National Lead Company, New York, N. Y. Muci- 
laginous materials from flaxseed. 2,593,528, Apr. 22. 

Boiling, Carl, assignor to Crane Co., Chicago, 111. Valve 
actuating mechanism. 2,606.450, Aug. 12. 

Boiling, Jay E., Los Angeles, Calif. Leg construction for 
furniture. 2,598,105, May 27. 

Boiling, Stewart, Cleveland, Ohio. Circular end shield 
for mixer rotors. 2,592,004, Apr. 8. 

Bollinger, George H., Jr., Sidney. Ohio. Insulated metal 
panel. 2,585,082, Feb. 12. 

Bolljahn, John T., W'ashington, D. C. Electromagnetic 
radiator. 2,617,031, Nov. 4. 

Bollmann, Martin, Krefeld-Uerdingen, and E. Kroning, 
Krefeld, assignors to Farbenfabriken Bayer, Krefeld- 
Uerdingen, Germany. Para-tertiary butylcyclohexanyl 
acetate. 2,582 743, Jan. 15. 

BoUo, Francis G., Berkeley, assignor to Shell Develop- 
ment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Aircraft power 
control system. 2,600.612. June 17. 

Bolloneria E. Viteria Italiana S. A. R. L. "B. E. V. I.," 
assignee : See — • 

Chiaberta, Giovanni. 

Bolsey, Jacques, New York, N. Y. Interchangeable objec- 
tive lens supporting means. 2,582,815, Jan. 15. 
Bolsey, Jacques, New York, N. Y. Synchronizer ar- 
rangement. 2,587.436, Feb. 26. 
Bolsey, Jac<(ues, New York, N. Y. Combined camera and 

projector arrangement. 2,590,497, Mar. 25. 
Bolsey, Jacques, New York, N. Y. Tripod. 2,598,753, 

June 3. 
Bolt, John A. : See — 

Tom, Theodore B., and Bolt. 
Bolta Company, The. assignee : See — 
Casey. James D. 
Day, Everett E. 
Bolte. Frank B., Los Angeles, Calif. Self-aligning con- 
trolled friction bearing. 2,596.202, May 13. 
Boltinghouse, Joseph C, Reynoldsburg, Ohio, assignor to 
Curtiss-Wright Corporation. Antifriction bearing. 
2,606,447. Aug. 12. 
Bolton, Felix, Sr.. assignor o^ one-half to C. Clayton, 
Chowchilla, Calif. Feeder for hay baling machines. 
2,593,721, Apr. 22. 
Bolton, James F., Moss Ironworks, assignor to Ames 
Crosta Mil's & Company Limited, Heywood, England. 
Filter bed. 2,588.475, Mar. 11. 
Bolton. John W., Hamilton, and S. A. W'eigand, assignors 
to The Lunkenheimer Company. Cincinnati, Ohio. Sur- 
facing metal objects. 2,600,358, June 10. 
Bolton, John W.. & Sons, Inc., assignee : See — 
Draper, Ralph L. 
Larson, Oscar E. 
Prevost, Bruno E. 
Stuck, Harold D. 
Bolton, Mell A., assignee: See — 

Huber, W'illiam J. 
Boltson Company, The, assignee : See — 
Boltson, Jacob A. 



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Boltson, Hannah, administratrix, assignee : See — 
Boltson, Jacob A. 

Boltson, Jacob A., deceased, Flusliing, N. Y., H. Boltson, 
administratrix, assignor to H. Boltson, doing business 
as The Boltson Company. Resonant tank circuit for 
diathermy apparatus or the like. 2,622,238, Dec. 16. 

Boltuch, Leon, Bronx, N. Y. Adjustable support. 
2,608,367, Aug. 26. 

Bolz, August : See — 

Resek, Marc, Dahlstrom, and Bolz. 

Bombardier, Joseph A., Valcourt, Quebec, Canada. Trac- 
tor unit. 2.587,813. Mar. 4. 

Bomberger, David C, Plainfield, W. E. Ingerson, North 
Plaintield, and H. G. Och, Short Hills, N. J., assignors 
to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, 
N. y. Gun computer having target rate integrating 
means for determining target position. 2,582,474, Jan. 
15. 

Bomberger, Harry H., Hershey, Pa. Check wire tension 
measuring apparatus. 2,590,498, Mar. 25. 

Bombonato, Gottardo E., Milan, Italy. Darning needle. 
2,606,433, Aug. 12. 

Bomford, Douglas R. : See — 

McConnel, Frederic W., and Bomford. 

Bomhardt, Warren C, Baltimore, and E. H. Sorg, Hyde, 
assignors to The Glenn L. Martin Company, Middle 
River, Md. Fuel tank construction. 2,591,044, Apr. 1. 

Bomse Bernard : See — 

Bernfeld, Sandor, Bomse, and Scharfspitz. 

Bona, George B., assignor to Dictaphone Corporation, 
Bridgeport, Conn. Apparatus for joining ends of thermo- 
plastic film. 2,582,581, Jan. 15. 

Bonacci, Louis N., Pampa, Tex., and A. Z. Hahn, Bound 
Brook, N. J., assignors to Research Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Material collecting apparatus. 2,593,251, 
Apr. 15. .. ^ 

Bonacor Laurie J., Detroit, Mich. Fertilizer distributor. 
2,006,068, Aug. 5. 

Bonadio, George A., Watertown, N. Y. Electronic dis- 
charge tube control. 2,612,618, Sept. 30. 

Bonafide Mills, Inc., assignee : See — 
Lurie, Joseph M. 
Rowe, William, and Cohen. 

Bonameau, Leonard, Brussels, assignor to Societe Anon- 
yme Teco, Liege, Belgium. Apparatus for varying the 
characteristics of aerosols. 2,620,046, Dec. 2. 

Bonanno, Joseph L., Madison, N. J., assignor to The 
Lionel Corporation, New York, N. Y. Variable tuning 
device. 2,581,165, Jan. 1. 

Bonanno. Joseph L., Madison, N. J., assignor to The Lionel 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Toy railroad dump car. 
2,585.731, Feb. 12. 

Bonanno, Joseph L., Madison. N. J., assignor to The Lionel 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Remote-control system 
employing a thermal delay switch. 2,595,919. May 6. 

Bonanno, Joseph L., Madison, N. J., assignor to The Lionel 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Toy caboose. 2,610,442, 
Sept. 16. 

Bonanno, Joseph L., Madison, N. J., assignor to The 
Lionel Corporation, New York, N. Y. Two-tone air 
whistle. 2,615,968, Oct. 28. 

Bonanno, Joseph L., Madison, N. J., assignor to The Lionel 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Electronic control for 
toy electric railroads. 2,622,542, Dec. 23. 

Bonanno, Joseph L., Madison, and R. E. Beger, Jersey 
City, N. J., assignors to The Lionel Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Electric motor reversing means. 
2,581,166, Jan. 1. 

Bonar, Bernard B., El Paso, Tex. High water signal. 
2,007,835, Aug. 19. 

Bonard, Claude, administrator : See — 
Dreyfus. Henry. 
Dreyfus, Henry, Rooney and Shaw. 

Bonardi, Giusto F. : See — 

Freednian, Samuel, and Bonardi. 

Bonato, James : See — 

Wunderlich, Albert G., and Bonato. 

Bond, Auraldo W., Eggertsville, and C. C. Lewis, Buffalo, 
N. Y. Preparing stock feed. 2,622,981, Dec. 23. 

Bond, Donald C. Northbrook, assignor to The Pure Oil 
Company, Chicago, 111. Regenerating an aqueous alkali 
metal h.ydroxide solution. 2,583,136, Jan. 22. 

Bond, Donald C. Northbrook. assignor to The Pure Oil 
Companv. Chicago, 111. Removal of mercaptans from 
hydrocarbons. 2.589,663, Mar. 18. 

Bond, Donald C, Northbrook, assignor to The Pure Oil 
Company, Chicago, 111. Sealing crevices in oil wells. 
2.600.195, June 10. 

Bond, Donald C, Northbrook, assignor to The Pure Oil 
Company, Chicago, 111. Oxidizing acidic sulfur com- 
pounds of the type which occur In hydrocarbon oil. 
2,600,465, June 17. 

Bond, Donald C, Northbrook, and G. G. Bernard, assign- 
ors to The Pure Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Sealing 
composition and temporarily sealing oil wells. 
2,607,428, Aug. 19. 

Bond, Donald C. Northbrook, and N. B. Russell, Winnetka, 
assignors to The Pure Oil Company, Chicago. 111. Oxi- 
dation of acidic sulfur compounds. 2,583,083, Jan. 22. 

Bond. Donald C. Northbrook. and M. Savoy, assignors 
to The Pure Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Studying earth 
formations employing acetylene as a tracer gas. 
2,589,219, Mar. 18. 



Bond, Donald C, Northbrook, and M. Savoy, assignors to 
The Pure Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Sealing composi- 
tion and temporarily sealing oil wells. 2,607,427, Aug. 
19. 

Bond, Donald H., Houston, Tex., assignor to The Texas 
Company, New York, N. Y. Concentric pipe insulator 
and spacer. Re. 23,545, Sept. 9. 

Bond, Donald S., Philadelphia, Pa., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Time division multiplex system. 
2,616,975, Nov. 4. 

Bond, Donald S., Philadelphia, Pa., and L. E. Thomson, 
Merchantville, N. J., assignors to Radio Corporation of 
America. Fading compensation radio signaling system. 
2,610,292, Sept. 9. 

Bond Foundry & Machine Company, assignee : See — 
Hoffman, Paul R. 

Bond. George R., Jr. : See — 
Bates, John R., and Bond. 

Bond, George R., Jr., Paulsboro, N. J., assignor to Houdry 
Process Corporation, W'ilmington, Del. Activating clay 
by roasting with admixed acid salts. 2,582,956, Jan. 22. 

Bond, George R., Jr., Paulsboro, N. J., assignor to Houdry 
Process Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Separating 
olefins from hydrocarbon mixtures. 2,586,777, Feb. 26. 

Bond, George R., Jr., Paulsboro, N. J., assignor to Houdry 
Process Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Refining gas- 
oline and petroleum oils with aqueous antimony tri- 
chloride. 2,588,346, Mar. 11. 

Bond, George R., Jr., Paulsboro, N. J., assignor to Houdry 
Process Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Potassium zeo- 
lites. 2,617,712, Nov. 11. 

Bond, J. T., assignee : See — 
Ritter, John W. 

Bond, John A., and J. L. Wiley, Houston, Tex., assignors 
to McCullough Tool Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Re- 
leasable rope socket with weight indicator. 2,589,599, 
Mar. 18. 

Bond, Robert D., Detroit, and G. J. Hungerford, assignors 
to Douglas Machine Products Co., Wyandotte, Mich. 
Hose reel and combined handle and support therefor. 
2,610,003. Sept. 9. 

Bond, Virgil V., assignor to R. V. Lewis. Portland, Oreg. 
Handle for frozen products. 2,583,355, Jan. 22. 

Bond, Walter L., Summit, N. J., assignor to Bell Telephone 
Laboratories. Incorporated, New York N. Y. Trans- 
ducing system. 2.002,327, July 8. 

Bond, Walter L., Summit, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Composite wave plate for light. 2,607,272, Aug. 19. 

Bond, William T., Richmond. Ind. Corn busker. 
2,619,967, Dec. 2. 

Bondhus, Frances J. : See — 

Johnson, Herbert L., and Bondhus. 

Bondley, Ralph J., Scotia, and H. W. Lord, Schenectady, 
N. Y., assignors to General Electric Company. Control 
means for high-frequency power oscillators. 2,595,756, 
May 6. 

Bondon, Lewis A., Arlington. N. J. Coaxial transmission 
line spacing assembly. 2,589,328, Mar. 18. 

Bondurant, Carlton W. : See — 

Van Denberg, Thomas F., and Bondurant. 

Bone, Arthur G. : See — 

Reilly, Hugh L., Scrimshaw, and Bone. 

Bone, Arnold R., Needham, assignor to Dennison Manu- 
facturing Company, Fraraingham, Mass. Chip remover 
for tag notching machines. 2,614,631, Oct. 21. 

Bone, Herbert L., Forest Hills, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Air Brake Company. Centrifugal speed respon- 
sive device. 2,606,753, Aug. 12. 

Bone, Herbert L.. Forest Hills, Pa., assignor to Westing- 
house Air Brake Company. Railway track skate. 
2,613.612, Oct. 14. 

Bone, Herbert L., Forest Hills, and K. J. J. McGowan, 
Pittsburgh, Pa., assignors to Westinghouse Air Brake 
Company. Buffer means. 2,588,798, Mar. 11. 

Bone, Herbert L., Forest Hills, and R. A. Woods, Verona, 
Pa., assignors to Westinghouse Air Brake Company. 
Railway switch operating apparatus. 2,598,495, May 
27. 

Bone, Herbert L., and J. W. Logan, Jr., Forest Hills, and 
W. R. Gracey, Jr., Swissvale, Pa., assignors to Westing- 
house Air Brake Company. Driving mechanism. 
2,622,451, Dee. 23. 

Bone, Herbert L., Forest Hills, K. J. J. McGowan. Pitts- 
burgh, and A. E. Dodd, Edgewood, Pa., assignors to 
Westinghouse Air Brake Company. Speed responsive 
apparatus for detecting overspeed. 2,623,163, Dec. 23. 

Bone Tool & Gauge Company, assignee : See — 
Roberts. William C. 

Bonell, Frans T. B., and R. Juhlin, Akers Stvckerbruk, 
Sweden. Producing rocket powder. 2,622,277, Dec. 23. 

Bongiovanni, Antonio, assignor of fifteen and one-half per 
cent to A. Stango, fifteen and one-half per cent to A. 
Oteri, ten per cent to A. Stango, eleven and one-half per 
cent to J. W. Kephart, Jr., and eleven and one-half per 
cent to A. E. Kephart. Philadelphia, Pa. Individual 
neck duster. 2,597.772. May 20. 

Bongiovanni, John C, Sewickley. Pa., assignor to 
Edwin M. Knowles China Company Newell W 
Ware piling apparatus. 2.603,363. July 15. 

Bongioyanni,_John C^ Sewickley, Pa., assignor 



The 
Va. 



to 



. . „ The 

Edwin M. Knowles China Company, Newell, W. Va. Ap- 
paratus for unpiling pottery ware. 2,620,076, Dec. 2. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Bonilla, Eamon, New York, N. Y. Snow and ice melting 
device. 2,617,597, Nov. 11. 

Bonin, Henri V. A., Paris, France. Nipple and cap con- 
struction. 2,613,671, Oct. 14. 

Bonin, Paul G., Cleveland, Ohio, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. 
Dry battery. 2,606.942, Aug. 12. 

Bonine, Ralph O., Pittsburgh, and S. H. Boden, Turtle 
Creek, assignors to Westingbouse Electric Corporation, 
East Pittsburgh, Pa. High-speed reclosing circuit 
breaker. 2,619,523, Nov. 25. 

Bonkemeyer, Amos C. : See — 

Aitchison, John P.. and Bonkemeyer. 

Bonkemeyer, Amos C, Arlington, Va. Cartridge link 
guide. 2,603,130, July 15. 

Bonkowski, Teofil L. : See — 

.Solloway. Harry, and Bonkowski. 

Bonmartlni. Giovanni, Rome, Italy, assignor to "E S T"- 
Etablissement Sciences Techniques, Vaduz, principality 
of Liechtenstein. Endless traveler bands, tracks, and 
the like. 2,621,085, Dec. 9. 

Bonneau, Paul, Utica, N. Y. Hair curler. 2,601,428, 
June 24. 

Bonnell, William L., assignor to Trimedge, Incorporated, 
Youngstown, Ohio. Sink frame and mounting. 2,582,816, 
Jan. 15. 

Bonner. Frank E., Dayton, and H. Nack, Troy, assignors 
to The Commonwealth Engineering Company of Ohio, 
Dayton, Ohio. Fluid packing seal. 2,606.046. Aug. 5. 

Bonnesen, Folmer J.. Elk Horn, Iowa. Tractor tilt-back 
seat bracket. 2,604,927, July 29. 

Bonnet, Andr6 : isee — 

Drisch, Nicolas, and Bonnet. 

Bonnet, Maurice, assignor to La Reliephographie, Society 
pour I'Exploitation des Procfid^s de Photographie en 
Belief Maurice Bonnet, Paris, France. Device for re- 
storing trueness of rotary shafts. 2,602,308, July 8. 

Bonnet, Maurice, assignor to La Reliephographie. Soci^t^ 
pour I'E.xpIoitation des Proc6d4s de Photographie en 
Relief JIaurice Bonnet, Paris, France. Static apparatus 
for parallax stereogram photography. 2,002,385, 
July 8. 

Bonnet, JNIaurice, assignor to La Reliephographie, Soci4t6 
pour I'Exploitation des Proc6d€s de Photographie en 
Relief Maurice Bonnet, Paris, France. Apparatus for 
relief and movement photography. 2,622,472, Dec. 23. 

Bonninghaus, Rolf : See — 

Schroeder, Werner, and Bonninghaus. 

Bonnington, Alexander. Huntington. W. Va. Conversion 
of metal sulfides. 2,580,606. Feb. 19. 

Bonotto, Michele. Princeton, N. J. Process and apparatus 
for so.Tking. filtering, and settling of miscella through 
solid oil-boaring materials and solvent extraction there- 
of. 2.582.675. Jan. 15. 

Bonotto, Michele. Princeton, N. J. Prepared cotton seed 
material for solvent-extraction and processes for prepa- 
ration and solvent-extraction of cotton seed materials. 
2,594,117, Apr. 22. 

Bonotto, Michele, Princeton, N. .T. Utilizing prepared oil- 
bearing material as a filtering agent in solvent extrac- 
tion by continuous countercurrent flow. 2,608,565, 
Aug. 26. 

Bonotto, IMIchele, Princeton, N. J. Countercurrent extrac- 
tion process and apparatus. 2,614,911. Oct. 21. 

Bonsch, Francois R., Paris, France, assignor to Block & 
Anderson Limited, London, England. Moistener for 
hcctographic duplicating machines. 2,599,224, June 3. 

Bonsignore. Julio J. : See — 

Platero. Armando B., Pardo. and Bonsignore. 

Bonte, Frederick R., Canton, Ohio. Antifriction bear- 
ing. 2,595,121. Apr. 29. 

Bontemps. Marcel, assignor to Soclete a Responsabllite 
Limltee dite : Etablissements Gendron Freres. Villeur- 
banne, France. Gauge controlled grinding wheel feed 
mechanism. 2,603,043, July 15. 

Bonvillian, Claude A., Chattanooga. Tenn.. R. C. Brierly, 
Narberth. Pa., and S. Letvin. Elmhurst, N. l'. Appa- 
ratus for the production and distribution of smoke, 
fog. vapor clouds. 2,581.353, Jan. 8. 

Bonvillian. Claude A., United States Navy, E. C. Brierly, 
Narberth, Pa., and S. Letvin, Elmhurst. Queens. N. Y. 
■ Apparatus for the combustion of combustible and va- 
porizable substances. 2.601.242. June 24. 

Bonzagni. Pranci.<i A., Winthrop. Mass., assignor to Mon- 
santo Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mb. Reaction 
products of etherified aminotrlazinealdehvde with alkali 
metal salts of sulfurous acid. 2,603,623. Julv 15. 

Boodakian. Barkere. New York. N. Y. Mounting means 
for bolt-actuated switches. 2.588,080. Jlar. 4. ' 

Booe. James 51.. assignor to P. R. Mallory & Co., Inc.. 
Indianpolis, Ind. Electrolytic condenser. 2,616,953, 
Nov. 4. 

Book, Frederick R.. Jr.. Waterville, assignor to The Eyelet 
Specialty Corupany. Waterbury, Conn. Cosmetic 'con- 
tainer. 2,609.922. Sept. 9. 

Booker, Henry G. : See — 

Smith. Charle.'s H.. Booker, and Woodward. 

Booker, John D.. W. M. Harp and E. F. Wadlev, Baytown. 
Tex., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Standard Oil 
Development Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Purifying cup- 
rous ammonium acetate solvent. 2,604,485 July 22 

Bookhultz. Donald H. : See — 

Zweifel, George E.. and Bookhultz. 



Bookhultz, Donald H., and G. E. Zweifel, assignors to 
George E. Zweifel & Company, Portland, Greg. Hy- 
draulic resaw setwork. 2,584,837, Feb. 5. 

Boon, Simon D. : See — 

Bienfait, Henri, and Boon. 

Boone, Thetford B., Dallas, Tex. Carrying device. 
2,604,210, July 22. 

Boonton Molding Company, assignee : See — 
Sayre, Gordon B. 
Sayre, Gordon B., and Winz. 

Boonton Radio Corporation, assignee : See — 
Loughlin, William D., and Hill. 

Boos, Wilfred J., Clayton, assignor to Acu-Rule Manu- 
facturing Company, St. Louis, Mo. Slide rule. 
2,594,857, Apr. 29. 

Boosey, Edward W. N., deceased, Detroit, Mich. ; O. N. 
Boosey, executrix of said E. W. N. Boosey. Hydrant. 
2,598,968, June 3. 

Boosey, Olive. N., executrix : See — 
Boosey, Edward W. N. 

Boosman, Herman B. R., and P. Zijlstra, Eindhoven. Neth- 
erlands, assignors to Hartford National Bank and Trust 
Company, Hartford, Conn., as trustee. Telegraph 
transmitter with amplitude-modulation. 2,611,078, 
Sept. 16. 

Booth. Byron C, Delavan, Wis., assignor to The George 
W. Borg Corporation, Chicago, 111. Sound recording and 
reproducing apparatus. 2,583,462, Jan. 22. 

Booth, Earl C, Columbus, Ind., assignor to Arvin In- 
dustries, Inc. Leg for an article of furniture or the 
1I1«. 2.587.283, Feb. 26. 

Booth, Earl C, Columbus, Ind., assignor to Arvin Indus- 
tries, Inc. Peripherally reinforced sheet metal table 
top construction. 2,590,465, May 13. 

Booth, Earl C, Columbus. Ind., assignor to Arvin Indus- 
tries, Inc. Folding chair. 2,608.240, Aug. 26. 

Booth, Earl C, Columbus, Ind., assignor to Arvin 
Industries, Inc. Automobile body heater. 2,620,720, 
D.ic. 9. 

Booth, Ernest, executor : See — 

Hewitt. Donald H.. and Armitage. 
Wakeford, Leslie E.. and Hewitt. 

Booth, Eugene T., Jr.. New York, N. T., assignor to the 
United States of America as represented by the United 
States Atomic Energy Commission. Thermal flowme- 
ter. 2,594,618, Apr. 29. 

Booth. George E., Long Beach, Calif. Galvanic battery. 
2.593 2.52 Apr 15 

Booth, George M.'. w'estfield, and A. H. Patch. Glen Ridge, 
assignors to Novadel-Agene Corporation. Belleville. N. J. 
Method and apparatus for beverage cooling and dispens- 
ing. 2,618.938, Nov. 25. 

Booth, George P., Dobbs Ferry, N. Y., and L. M. Smith, 
North Bergen, N. J., assignors to Interborough News 
Company. New York. N. Y. Coin handling means for 
coin controlled vending machines. 2,614,675. Oct. 21. 

Booth, George W., assignee : See — 
Rose. Edward W. 

Booth, Harry T.. assignor to United Aircraft Products, 
Inc.. Dayton, Ohio. Heat exchange device. 2,591,774, 
Apr. 8. 

Booth, James H., Detroit. Mich., assignor to Thompson 
Products, Inc. Fuel injection system. 2,598,754, June 
3. 

Booth, James H., Venice, Mich., assignor to Thompson 
Products. Inc.. Cleveland, Ohio. Joint. 2,593,253, 
Apr. 15. 

Booth. James H., Venice Township, Shiawassee County, 
Mich., assignor to Thompson Products, Inc., Cleveland, 
Ohio. Lock .ioint for tie rod and end assemblies. 
2,596,885, May 13. 

Booth, James H., Venice. Mich, assignor to Thompson 
Products, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Ball joint. 2,614,873, 
Oct. 21. 

Booth. James H., Venice Township. Shiawassee County, 
Mich., assignor to Thompson Products, Inc., Cleveland, 
Ohio. Brake mounting for Independent wheel suspen- 
sion. 2,623,633, Dec. 30. 

Booth. James H., Corunna. and B. E. Ricks, Ferndale, 
Mich., assignors to Thompson Products. Inc.. Cleveland, 
Ohio. Individual wheel suspension, including caster 
and camber adjusting means. 2,605.118. July 29. 

Booth. John G., Philadelphia. Pa., assignor, b.v mesne 
assignments, to Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Com- 
pany, Minneapolis. Minn. Manual transfer between 
automatic and manual regulating controllers. 2,588,799, 
5Iar. 11. 

Booth. Leon. New York. N. Y. Cork packing machine and 
the like. 2.5S9.038. Mar. 11. 

Booth. Leon, assignor to Beacon Machine Works. New 
York. N. Y. Rod disk cutting machine. 2,617,454, 
Nov. 11, 

Booth, Morris P.. Alden. Mich. Sighting-In support for 
firearms. 2.589,039. Mar. 11. 

Booth, Raymond L.. Milford. assignor to Draper Corpora- 
tion. Hopedale, Mass. Warp beam coupling 2,609.005, 
Sept. 2. 

Booth. Robert B. : See — 

.\llen. Charles F., and Booth. 

Booth, Robert B., Stamford, and C. L. Morris. Jr.. Noroton 
Heights. Conn., assignors to American Cyanamid Com- 
pany, New York, N.'Y. Froth flotation of sulfide min- 
erals with di-alkyl thlophosphoryl chlorides. 2,621,789, 
Dec. 16. 



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Boothby, Clinton R., Toledo, Ohio. Windshield wiper arm 

and blade connection. 2,620,503, Dec. 9. 
Boothby, L,a\vrence W., Alexandria, Va. Frequency dis- 
tinguishing device. 2,598,671, June 3. 
Boothe, Guy L. : See — 

Swisher, Max B., and Boothe. 
Boothe, James H., Pearl River, assignor to American 
Cyanamid Company, New York, N. Y. 6 and 7-bromo- 
methyl pteridines and preparing same. 2,584,538, 
Feb. 5. 
Boothroyd, Wilson P. : See — 

Creamer, Edgar BI., Jr., and Boothroyd. 
Boothroyd, Wilson P., assignor to Philco Corporation, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Pulse generator. 2,616.047. Oct. 2S. 
Boothroyd, Wilson P., and H. F. Hartley, Jr., assignors 
to Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. Directional 
antenna system. 2,588,610, Mar. 11. 
Boots Pure Drug Company Limited, assignee : See — 

Wyles, Edwin C. H. 
Bopp, Cecil W. : See — 

Jirsa, Emil F., Hansen, and Bopp. 
Bopp, Edward O. : See — 

Bopp, Frederick W. and E. O. 
Kolterman, Lee W. 
Bopp, Frederick W., assignee : See — 

Kolterman, Lee W. 
Bopp, Frederick W. and E. O.. Kansas City, Mo. Vertical 

Venetian blind. 2,591,775, Apr. 8. 
Bopp, Frederick W. and E. O., Kansas City, Mo. Window 

shutter. 2,604,161, July 22. 
Borberg, Willy : See — 

Heidegger, Henry, and Borberg. 
Borberg. Willy, Astoria, N. Y., assignor to International 
Projector Corporation, Bloomfield, N. J. Viewing tele- 
scope for image projectors. 2,588,201, Mar. 4. 
Borberg, Willy, Astoria, N. Y., assignor to International 
Projector Corporation, Bloomfield, N. J. Motion-pic- 
ture projector with framing indicator. 2,607,261, Aug. 
19. 
Borchard, Charles G., Detroit, Mich. Device for orna- 
mentally shaping cloth. 2,586,778, Feb. 26. 
Borchardt, Philipp. Munich-Solln, assignor to Gesellschaft 
fuer Linde's Eismachinen A.-G.. Hoellriegelskreuth, near 
Munich, Germany. Process of and apparatus for the 
purification of air. 2,603,956, July 22. 
Borchardt, William J., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to 
Thompson Products, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Seal as- 
sembly. 2,605,994, Aug. 5. 
Borcherding, Walter H., San Francisco, Calif., assignor 
to The M. W. Kellogg Company, Jersey City, N. J. 
Catalyst stripping of fouled catalysts employed in hy- 
drocarbon conversion processes. 2,589,984. Mar. 18. 
Borchers, Anton J. : See — 

Cofer, Thomas N., and Borchers. 
Borchers, Earl M., and .\. W. Ahlgren, assignors to 
American Cabinet Hardware Corporation, Rockford, 111. 
Over-center hinge. 2,623,236, Dec. 30. 
Borck, Alfred G. : See — 

Zachariassen. Stig H., Bjarne, and Borck. 
Borck, Alfred G.. TuUinge, assignor to Aktiebolaget Sep- 
arator, Stockholm, Sweden. Homogenizing device. 
2,612,356, Sept. 30. 
Borck, Alfred G., Tullinge, Germany, and C. Gronning, 
assignors to Aktiebolaget Separator. Stockholm, Sweden. 
Apparatus for homogenizing. 2,583,206, Jan. 22. 
Borck. Charles C. : See — 

Sachs. Hans W., and Borck. 
Borcz. John : See — 

Carlson. Bert 6., and Borcz. 
Borda, Laddy F., Akron, and S. W. Bile, Barberton, Ohio. 
Method and apparatus for tire or like repair vulcanizing. 
2,597,611, May 20. 
Borda, Laddy F., Akron, and S. W. Bile. Barberton, Ohio. 
Apparatus for vulcanizing a repair area of a pneumatic 
tire. 2,609,477, Sept. 2. 
Bord6. Harry J., Santa Monica, and H. O. Fuchs, assignors 
to Preco Incorporated. Los Angeles, Calif. Overhead 
fan. 2,619,020. Nov. 25. 
Bordelon, Lawrence J., assignor to Consolidated Vultee 
Aircraft Corporation, San Diego, Calif. Magnetic and 
manually operated electric switch. 2,591,336, Apr. 1. 
Bordelon, Lawrence J., assignor to Consolidated Vultee 
Aircraft Corporation, San Diego, Calif. Automatic 
propeller feathering system. 2,605,849, Aug. 5. 
Borden Company. The, assignee : See — 
Blihovde, Norman. 
Block, Richard J. 
Clark. Laurence E., Jr. 
Kropa, Edward L. 
Mlollis, Raymond. 
Novotny. Emil E., and Vogelsang. 
Sevan, Herbert E.. and Schaeffer. 
Sommer, Walter L., Leeder, and Collins. 
Spain-. Raymond J. 
Vogelsang! George K. 
Borden, David M., Huntington Woods, and P. T. Nims. 
Detroit, assignors to Chrysler Corporation, Highland 
Park, Mich. Combustion control apparatus. 2,592,385, 
Apr. 8. 
Borden, George C, Jr. : See — 

Fisher, Jacob I., and Borden. 
Borden, Joseph H., assignor to Haughton Elevator Com- 
pany. Toledo, Ohio. Inductor leveling switch. 
2,598,214, May 27. 



Borden, Joseph H., assignor to Haughton Elevator Com- 
pany, Toledo, Ohio. Track for sliding doors. 2,611,920, 
Sept. 30. 
Bordenca, Carl, Homewood, assignor to Sloss-Sheffield 
Steel & Iron Company, Birmingham, Ala. Conversion 
of aromatic hydrocarbons to aldehydes and alcohols. 
2,619,506. Nov. 25. 
Bordenca, Carl, and W. A. Lazier, Birmingham, Ala., 
assignors to Food Machinery and Chemical Corporation. 
Reaction of llmonene with carbon monoxide and hydro- 
gen. 2,584,539, Feb. 5. 
Border, Lawson E. : See — 

Trainer, Richard P., and Border. 
Border, Lawson E., Westwood, N. J., and R. P. Trainer, 
Amityville, N. Y., assignors to Shell Development Com- 
pany, San Francisco, Calif. Apparatus for regenerat- 
ing a fluidized catalyst. 2,604,384, July 22. 
Borders, Alvin M., White Bear Lake, Minn., assignor to 
Wingfoot Corporation, Akron, Ohio. Base coated with 
a high styrene-butadiene copolymer. 2,611,719, Sept. 23. 
Bordewieck, Robert W., Natick, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Moore Electronic Laboratories, Inc., Worcester, 
Mass. Sealed lens phototube. 2,587,589, Mar. 4. 
Bordewieck, Robert W., Southboro, J. O. Roebuck, and 
N. M. Sleeper, assignors to Moore Electronic Labora- 
tories, Incorporated, Worcester, Mass. Cathode follower 
photoelectric amplifier circuit. 2,582,676, Jan. 15. 
Bordewieck, Robert W., Southboro, J. O. Roebuck, and 
N. M. Sleeper, assignors to Moore Electronic Labora- 
tories, Incorporated, Worcester, Mass. Cathode fol- 
lower photoelectric direct current amplifier circuit. 
2,614.227, Oct. 14. 
Bordner, Charles A., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to 
E. I. du Pont de Nemours and Company, Wilmington, 
Del. Stabilization of adiponitrile. 2,581,354, Jan. 8. 
Bordner, Charles A., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company. Wilmington, Del. 
Production of pyrroles. 2,600,289, June 10. 
Bordner, Charles A., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company. Wilmington, Del. 
Preparation of olefinic compounds. 2,615,925, Oct. 28. 
Bordwell, Frederick G. : See — 

McKellin, Wilbur H.. and Bordwell. 
Bordwell, Lavern, assignor to United Royalties Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Beater. 2,614,818, Oct. 21. 
Borel, Pierre C. : See — 

Bessonnet, Auguste J., and Borel. 
Borel. Pierre C., Boulogne, J. R. A. F. Escande. and M. R. 
Mauge, Paris, France, assignors to International Stand- 
ard Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. Distributing 
system for telephone calls. 2,617,889, Nov. 11. 
Boren, John A. : See — 

Hoover. Orville C, and Boren. 
Borg, Arthur N., Kavlinge, assignor to Aktiebolaget Arno, 
Lomma, Sweden. Staking wheel. 2,603,079, July 15. 
Borg, George W., Corporation, The, assignee : See — 
Booth, Byron C. 

Gibbs, Thomas B., Dinerstein, and Oilman. 
Grether, Lester M.. Turner, and Schweigler. 
Laing, Gordon F. 
Borg, Gustave A., Watertown, Conn., assignor to Turbo- 
Ray, Inc., New Rochelle, N. Y. Heat exchange unit. 
2,621,900, Dec. 16. 
Borg-Warner Corporation, assignee : See — 
Anderson, Edmund B. 
Burtnett. Everett R. 
Carlson. Raymond A. 
Carnagua, Harold E. 
Condon. I'^rancis H. 
Crutchley, Frederick. 
Flinn, George E. 
Flint, Kendall H. 
Hannum, John A. 
Hannum, John A., and Frumin. 
Hardy, Clarence M., and Biddle. 
Harris. Cleo. 
Hubacker, Earl F. 
Hubackei-, Earl F., and Fleck. 
IngersoU, Roy C. 
Kanuch. John A. 
Kelbel. Donald W. 
Kilpela, Ano E. 
Laramy. Richard C. 
Lauck. John A. 
Mohns. Leslie F. 
Nutt, Harold. 
Nutt, Harold, and Reed. 
Orr. Palmer. 
Orr. Palmer, and Flinn. 
Polomski, John B., and Kaos. 
Reed, Harold V. 
Rockwell, Edward A. 
Simpson, John M., and Kelbel. 
Smirl, Richard L. 
Swennes. Beniarain A. 
Swift, ClifEord L. 
Tann, Fred A. 

Tharpe, RoUin B., and McAninch. 
Turner, Harold H. 
Valites, Edward. 
Warner, Archibald A. 
Warrick, Leland K., and La Flame. 
Youngren, Harold T., and Hettinger. 
Zeidler, Keinhold C. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Borgerd, William F., Evansville, Ind., assignor to Inter- 
national Harvester Company. Compressor cylinder 
head assembly. 2,613,870, Oct. 14. 

Borgerd, William F., and J. Calling, Evansville, Ind., as- 
signors to International Harvester Company. Con- 
densate disposal means. 2,613,514, Oct. 14. 

Borgini, Maria M., administratrix : See — 
Matera. Emanuele, and Caretta. 

Borglin, E. O., Company, assignee : See — 
Borglin, Ernest O., and MacKenzie. 

Borglin, Ernest O., Detroit, and H. D. MacKenzie, Grosse 
Pointe, assignors to E. O. Borglin Company, Hazel Park, 
Mich. Picture frame. 2,613,467, Oct. 14. 

Borglin, Joseph N., assignor to Hercules Powder Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Kosin amine algaecides. 
2,593,529, Apr. 22. 

Borglin, Joseph N., Wilmington, Del., and P. A. Ray, 
Denver, Colo., assignors to Hercules Powder Company, 
Wilmington, Del. Hydrorosin acid salts in the emulsion 
polymerization of styrenes. 2,596,886, May 13. 

Boring, Kenneth L. : See — 

BischofC, Alfred F., and Boring. 

Borkenhagen Raymond H. : See — 

Pencil, Louise K., Cavanaugh, and Borkenhagen. 

Borkland, Gustave W., Marion, Ind. Apparatus for heat- 
ing and pressing thermoplastic sheet material. 
2,580,883, Jan. 1. 

Borkland, Gustave W.. Marion, Ind.. assignor to Owens- 
Corning Fiberglas Corporation. Method and apparatus 
for making a Obrous preform. 2,587,814, Mar. 4. 

Borkland, Gustave W., Marion, Ind., assignor to Owens- 
Corning Fiberglas Corporation. Manufacture of molded 
articles. 2,613,397, Oct. 14. 

Borkmann, Frank F. : See — 

Brager, Leif N., and Borkmann. 

Borkoski, Leon P., Stamford, assignor to Electrolux Cor- 
poration, Old Greenwich, Conn. Vacuum cleaner dust 
bag. 2,596,806, May 13. 

Borkowski, Casimer J., and E. Fairstein, Oak Ridge, 
Tenn., assignors to the United States of America as 
represented by the United States Atomic Energy Com- 
mission. Proportional counter. 2,590,925, Apr. 1. 

Borkowski, Casimer J., and R. H. Firminhac. Oak Ridge, 
Tenn., assignors to the United States of America as 
represented by the United States Atomic Energy Com- 
mission. Ionization chamber. 2,598,215, May 27. 

Borland, Eileen E., Cambridge, G. A. Hobart III.'C. Z. Naw- 
rocki, Boston, and H. V. Neher, Arlington, Mass., as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to the United States of 
America as represented by the Secretary of War. Mak- 
ing grid assemblies. 2,610,387, Sept. 16. 

Borland, James H., Smithfield, R. I. Can end cutting 
device. 2,622,316, Dec. 23. 

Borland, James N.. assignor to Standard Railway Equip- 
ment Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. 'Coupler 
lock lifter toggle link. 2,609,941, Sept. 9. 

Borman. Philip K., Chicago, and T. H. Swisher. Elmhurst, 
assignors to Hotpoint Inc., Chicago, 111. Self-closing 
cabinet hinge. 2,611,922, Sept. 30. 

Born, Ellis H., Bexley, assignor to The Denison Engineer- 
ing Company, Columbus, Ohio. Hydraulic apparatus. 
2,608.159. Aug. 26. 

Born, Ellis H.. assignor to The Denison Engineering Com- 
pany, Columbus, Ohio. Hydraulic apparatus. 2,619,041, 
Nov. 25. 

Born. Paul L., Wilmette, 111. Shutoff valve. 2,581,071, 
Jan. 1. 

Born, Paul L., Wilmette. HI. Li(]uid level gause. 
2,613,535, Oct. 14. 

Born, Paul L., Wilmette, 111. High and low pressure shut 
off valve with manual reset. 2,620,820, Dec. 9. 

Born, Samuel H., Bethlehem, Pa. Container with individ- 
ual inscription. 2,593,906, Apr. 22. 

Borneman. George, assignor to L. G. Nester Company, 
Incorporated. Millville. N. J. Stopcock retaining de- 
vice. 2,589,985, Mar. 18. 

Bornemann, William : See — 

Tuttle, Ford.vce E., and Bornemann. 

Bornemann, William, assignor to Eastman Kodak Com- 
pany, Rochester. N. T. Automatic photographic camera 
2,588,954, Mar. 11. 

Bornemann, William, and N. R. Newman, assignors to 
Eastman Kodak Company, Rochester, N. T. Automatic 
photographic camera. Re. 23,606, Dec. 30. 

Bornemann. William, and D. J. Albert, assignors to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Photographic 
print making machine. 2,582,001, Jan. 8. 

Borngraeber. Royce R. : Sec — 

Hylnnd. William A., and Borngraeber. 

Borngraeber, Royce R., assignor to John Deere Van Brunt 
Company, Horicon, Wis. Cover stop rod. 2,580,650, 
Jan. 1. 

Borngraeber, Royce R.. assignor to John Deere Van Brunt 
Company, Horicon, Wis. Gearing for grain drills. 

Bornholdt, Charles C, Rochester, Minn. File holder for 
saw filing machines. 2,587,102, Feb. 26. 

Bornzin, James H., Memphis, Tenn. assignor to Inter- 
national Harvester Company. Two-way safetv release 
for needle drive for balers. 2.593,653, Apr '22 

Boroughs. Frank S.. New York, assignor to Arrow Fas- 
tener, Inc.. Brooklyn, N. Y. Tacker. 2,617,096, Nov 11 



assignor to Arrow Fas- 
Y. Plier type stapler. 



Grass 
plant. 

Grass 
plant. 



Boroughs, Frank S., New York, 

tener Co., Inc., Brooklyn, N. 

2,619,637, Dec. 2. 
Borovec, Joseph. Berwyn, 111. Safety control device for 

elevators. 2.589.329. Mar. 18. 
Borowick, Emma G.. New York, N. Y. Skirt and blouse 

connector. 2,615,171, Oct. 28. 
Borowy, William W. : See — 

Chapman, Romaine C, and Borowy. 
Borroughs, Joseph, assignee : See — 

Hughes, Samuel. 
Borrow, Edgar W., Cowplain, Portsmouth, England. 

and other agricultural green crop drying 

2.597.441, May 20. 
Borrow, Edgar W., Cowplain, Portsmouth, England. 

and other agricultural green crop drying 

2.597.442. May 20. 
Borrows. Edward T., London, assignor to Glaxo Labora- 
tories Limited, Greenford, England. Diphenyl ethers 
and preparing same. 2,591,776, Apr. 8. 

Borrows, Edward T., Kenton, and J. C. Clayton, South- 
all, assignors to Glaxo Laboratories Limited, Green- 
ford, England. 2 :6-dihalogenodiphenylethers and pre- 
paring same. 2,600,835, June 17. 

Borst, Robert O. : See — 

English, Mark A„ and Borst. 

Borstelmann, Joseph L., and F. Fordemwalt, Bound Brook, 
N. J., assignors to American Cyanamid Company, New 
York. N. Y. Oil-in-water emulsion for vat color printing. 
2,597,281, May 20. 

Borsum, Adolph W., United States Navy, and W. W. Brock- 
way, Los Angeles, Calif. Communication system. 
2,582,957. Jan. 22. 

Bortnick, Newman M., assignor to Rohm & Haas Com- 
pany, Philadelphia, Pa. Tertiary alkylcyanamides. 
2,606,923, Aug. 12. 

Bortnick. Newman M., assignor to Rohm & Haas Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Preparation of tertiary-alkyl iso- 
cyanates. 2,611,782, Sept. 23. 

Bortolotti, Louis : See — 

Tenerowicz, Frank A., and Bortolotti. 

Borton, George W., Philadelphia, and S. D. Hartshorn, 
Wayne, assignors to Pennsylvania Crusher Company, 
Philadelphia, Pa. Apparatus for reduction of frangible 
material. 2,600,964, June 17. 

Boruff. Clair S., and L. Stone. Peoria. 111.. J. C. Bauern- 
feind. Nutley, N. J., and J. C. Garey, State College, Pa., 
assignors to Hiram Walker & Sons Inc., Peoria, 111. 
Recovery of feed products from stillage by refermenta- 
tion. 2.595.827, May 6. 

Borzage, William, Los Angeles, Calif. Accordion with 
reedless wind instruments. 2,599,088, June 3. 

Borzin. John J. : See — 

Dailey, Hampton J., and Borzin. 

Bosa, Louis, Orinda, assignor to Hom-Ado Inc.. Oakland, 
Calif. Doughnut forming gun. 2,604,858. July 29. 

Bosch. Alexander, and G. J. Noltes, Amsterdam, Nether- 
lands. Machine for piercing eggs and for emptying 
same by means of a current of air. 2,594,619, Apr. 29. 

Bosch, Carl, Arlington, assignor to Chatham Electronics 
Corporation, Newark, N. J. Pressuretight transmission 
2,607,233, Aug. 19. 

Bosch, Carl, Arlington, assignor to Chatham Electron- 
ics Corporation. Newark. N. J. Instrument pivot. 
2.617.692. Nov. 11, 

Bosch. Carl, Westfield. N. J., and M. H. Shamos, New 
York, N. Y., assignors to Chatham Electronics Corpora- 
tion, Newark, N. J. Electrostatic voltage multiplier. 
2.610.094, Sept. 16. 

Bosch, Robert G. m. b. H., assignee : See — 
Callsen, Albert, and Grozinger. 
Grozinger, Alfred. 
Hurst, Mux. 

Paule, Willy, and Knapp. 
Schweizer. Alfred. 
Voit. Willy, and Aldinger. 
Volk, Karl, Holzbaur, and Klemm. 
Weber. Johannes. 

Boseley, William, and W. Kilmister, 
Shoe press. 2,597,612, May 20. 

Bosk. John P.. Los Angeles. Calif, 
carrier and seat. 2,587.688. JIar. 4. 

Bosma, Alfred S., New Holstein, Wis., 

Carter Company, Peoria, 111. Outboard motor crank- 
case and oil reservoir construction. 2,607,332, Aug. 19. 

Bosomworth, George P.. assignor to Tlie Firestone Tire & 
Rubber Companv. Akron, Ohio. Manufacture of cellular 
rubber. 2.604,666, July 29. 

Bosomworth. George P., and F. H. Mason, assignors to 
The Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, Akron. Ohio. 
Electronic curing of sponse rubber. 2.604.665, July 29. 

Bosquet, John, New York, N. Y. Line ruling attachment 
for typewriters. 2.581,167, Jan. 1. 

Bosquet, John F., New York, N. Y. Line-making device. 
2,582,412, Jan. 15. 

Bossard, Werner. Riehen. near Basel, and O. Bitterlin, 
assignors to J. R. Geigy A. G., Basel. Switzerland. 
Tetrakisazo dyestuffs. 2,603,631, July 15. 

Bossart, Adolf, assignor to O. Frischknecht, St. Gallen. 
Switzerland. Closing device for paper bags. 2,596,023, 
May 13. 

Bosscher, Hendrik A. : See — 

Horowitz, Alex'andre, and Bosscher. 



Wembley, England. 
Collapsible child's 
assignor to Hart- 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Bosshard, Alexander : See — 

Schnell. August, and Bosshard. 

Bosshard, John J., assignor to Brasco Manufacturing 
Company, Harvey, 111. Store front pane fastener. 
2,589.986, Mar. 18. 

Bosshard, Werner : See — 

Hartmann, Max, and Bosshard. 

Bossmeyer, Charles L., Rockford, 111^ assignor to Dicta- 
phone Corporation, Bridgeport, Conn. Backspacing 
mechanism. 2,613,938, Oct. 14. 

Bostick, Winston H., West Medford, Mass., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to the United States of America as 
represented by the Secretary of the Navy. High-voltage 
choked filament feed. 2.599,890, June 10. 

Bostock, Edward C, Bryn Athyn, Pa., assignor to The 
Pitcairn Company, Wilmington, Del. Lubricated plug 
valve. 2,593,967. Apr. 22. 

Boston, Benjamin P. Pine Wood, S. C. Measuring in- 
strument and marker combined. 2,583,679, Jan. 29. 

Boston Herald-Traveler Corporation, assignee : See — 
Tranter, Reginald F. W. 

Boston Machine Works Company, assignee : See — 
Osgood, Walter P. 

Boston Woven Hose and Rubber Company, assignee : See — 
Apel, George E., and Collins. 
Johnson, George P. 
Knowland. Thomas M.. and Marcy. 

Bostwick, Burdette E., assignee : See — 
Whipple. Jack V. H., and Topa. 

Bostwick, Henry C, Coventry Township, Summit County, 
assignor to The Akron Standard Mold Company, Akron, 
Ohio. Apparatus for applying squeegee strips to tire 
fabrics. 2,605,196. July 29. 

Bostwick, Lee G., Florham Park, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Vibratory reed-controlled oscillator. 2,583,542, Jan. 
29. 

Boswau, Hans P.. Dundee. 111. Electromagnetic count- 
ing device. 2.622,143, Dec. 16. 

Boswell. Albert A., assignor of one-half to M. J. Boswell, 
Visalia, Calif. Feed device for fruit peelers. 2,605,798, 
Aug. 5. 

Boswell, May J., assignee : See — 
Boswell, Albert A. 

Botany Mills, Inc., assignee : See — 

Koerner, Ernst C, Ehrhardt, Haigh, and Kirchhof. 
Vaterrodt, Peter, and McNellis. 

Both, Edward T., Cremorne, assignor to Automatic 
Totalisators Limited, Meadowbank, near Sydney, New 
South Wales, Australia. Telegraphic facsimile recorder. 
2.590.294, Mar. 25. 

Bothe, Werner H., Kenosha, assignor to Worldsbest In- 
dustries, Inc., Cudahy, Wis. Leveling bridge. 
2,593,722, Apr. 22. 

Bothe, Werner H., Kenosha, and H. J. Miller, assignors to 
Worldsbest Industries, Inc., Cudahy, Wis. Leveling 
bridge. 2,.593.723. Apr. 22. 

Botimer, Lloyd, Vassar, Mich. Beet harvester. 2,619,785, 
Dec. 2. 

Botsford, Nelson, Rutherford, A. P. Boysen, Jr., Summit, 
A. J. Aikens, Boonton, E. Dietze, Gillette. W. D. Goodale, 
Jr., Convent Station, and A. H. Inglis, Upper Montclair, 
N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incor- 
porated, New York, N. Y. Telephone substation circuit 
with automatic compensation for length of line. 
2,620,402, Dec. 2. 

Bott, Francis J., Ogden, Utah, assignor to Berlin Chapman 
Company, Berlin, Wis. Apparatus for loading and un- 
loading articles from retorts. 2,622,747, Dec. 23. 

Bott, Wister P., Monroe, assignor to P. E. Dozier, Shreve- 
port. La. Upholstery fastening means for furniture. 
2,612,213, Sept. 30. 

Bottemanne, Casper J.. Voorburg, Netherlands, assignor 
to Dorus van Pel, Soerabaya, Indonesia. Trawlnet. 
2.608,782, Sept. 2. 

Bottolfsen. Judith, Narberth. Pa. Protective garment. 
2,616,085, Nov. 4. 

Bottom, Charles R., Kansas City, Mo. Dual fuel jet for 
dual fuel burners. 2,582,582, Jan. 15. 

Bottom, John R., St. Louis, Mo. Metal awning. 2,619,691, 
Dec. 2. 

Bottom, Verle R., Delaware, Okla. Frangible container 
for explosives. 2,586,911, Feb. 26. 

Bottomle.v. Frank : See — 

Stevens, Justus B., and Bottomley. 

Bottoms, Robert R., Crestwood, Ky., assignor to Na- 
tional Cylinder Gas Company, Chicago, 111. Combus- 
tion catalyst compositions. 2,591,503. Apr. 1. 

Bottorff, Albert 5., St. Joseph, Mo. Gear power take- 
off drive for hammer mills. 2.590,675, Mar. 25. 

Botts. John C, and H. M. Philofsky, Pittsburgh, assignors 
to Westinghouse Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Producing consolidated insulation on high-voltage 
coils. 2,601,243, June 24. 

Botts, Robert E., Madison, Wis., assignor to Oscar 
Mayer & Co., Inc., Chicago, 111. Hog carcass grade 
calculator. 2,591,504, Apr. 1. 

Bottum, Edward W., Detroit, Mich. Dehydrator structure. 
2.595,445. May 6. 

Bottum, Edward W., Detroit, Mich. Refrigeration dehy- 
drator. 2,623,607, Dec. 30. 

Botvin, Irving E., and T. Torman, Providence, R. I. 
Colostomy pouch. 2,584,540, Feb. 5. 



Bouchard, Francois P., Timmins, Ontario, Canada. Drill 
remover. 2,596,809, May 13. 

Bouchard, Gaston R., Saint-Germain-en-Laye, France. 
Mechanical relay. 2,597,773, May 20. 

Boucher, Cormack E., Seattle, Wash. Conduit tractor. 
2,604,521, July 22. 

Boucher, Frank G., Tulsa, Okla., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Gravity meter. 2,610,507, 
Sept. 16. 

Boucher, Frank G., Tulsa, Okla., assignor to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Gravity and density gradiom- 
eter for boreholes. 2.618,156, Nov. 18. 

Boucher, Frank G.. and A. B. Hildebrandt, Tulsa, Okla., 
assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. Re- 
mote reading compass unit. 2,609,513. Sept. 2. 

Boucher, Luther, Healdsburg, Calif. Clip for attaching 
fishermen's spinners. 2,618,830, Nov. 25. 

Boucher, Percival L., Kilmarnock, Scotland, and N. A. F. 
Rowutree, Hartford, near Northwich, England, assignors 
to Glenfield & Kennedy Limited, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire, 
Scotland. Filtrability recorder. 2,599,742, June 10. 

Boudreau, Philip N., Lake Megantic, Quebec, Canada. 
Hairpin receptacle. 2,613,859, Oct. 14. 

Boughman, Guy A., assignor to Boughman Machine Com- 
pany, Lenoir, N. C. Agitating means for wood waste 
hoppers. 2,616,592, Nov. 4. 

Boughman Machine Company, assignee : See — 
Boughman, Guy A. 

Boughton, James K., assignor to Wingfoot Corporation, 
Akron, Ohio. Method and apparatus for building tires. 

2.605.195, July 29. 

Boughton, Olin W., Victor, assignor to Bausch & Lomb 
Optical Company, Rochester, N. Y. Mount for tele- 
scope gun sights. 2,620,565, Dec. 9. 

Boughton, Olin W., Victor, and R. S. Filsinger, assignors 
to Bausch & Lomb Optical Company, Rochester, N. Y. 
Demountable gun sight. 2.602,230, July 8: 

Bouix, Maurice G., Paris, France. Dielectric antenna 
array. 2,624,002, Dec. 30. 

Boulet, Georges, Toulouse, France. Hot pressurized gas 
producing means. 2.623,355, Dec. 30. 

Boulet, Ren6, Paris, France. Toy compressed-air pistol. 
2,583,463, Jan. 22. 

Boulicault, Marcel, St. Louis, Mo. Teeth cleaning unit. 
2,601,244, June 24. 

Bouligny, R. H., assignee : See — 
Rowe, Oliver R.,"and Stolp. 

Bouligny, R. H., Inc., assignee : See — 

Rowe, Oliver R., Schoeneck, and Stolp. 

BouUon, Harold S., Evanston, 111., assignor to Master 
Vibrator Company, Dayton, Ohio. Troweling machine. 
2.605,683, Aug. 5. 

Boulton, Thomas J. H., Shirley, near Birmingham, Eng- 
land. Cutting or marking similar articles. 2,616,104, 
Nov. 4. 

Boulware, Lyle F., assignee : See — 
Simon. Edward P. 

Bouma, Wikke, Glendale, Calif. Toy motion-picture 
projector. 2,605,674, Aug. 5. 

Boundy, James R. : See — 

Marchment, William T., Boundy, and Bergen. 

Bourdon, Pierre M., Paris, assignor to Manufacture de 
Caoutchouc Michelin (Puiseux, Boulanger & Cie), Cler- 
mont-Ferrand (Puy-de-Dome), France. Metallic rein- 
forcing cord for pneumatic tires. 2,598.033, May 27. 

Bourgeaux, Maurice M. E.. assignor to Societe Anonyme 
des Manufacturers des Glaces et Produits Chimiques de 
Saint-Gobain, Chauny & Cirey. Paris. France. Vibra- 
tory cleansing of objects. 2,616,820, Nov. 4. 

Bourgeois, Valrie E., Baton Rouge, La., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Development Company. Packing gland. 
2.584,252, Feb. 5. 

Bourget. Louis R.. Sacramento. Calif. Phase inverter 
amplifier. 2.618,71]. Nov. 18. 

Bourland, Frances, Grand Prairie, Tex. Device for 
straightening and curling hair. 2.612.897, Oct, 7. 

Bourn, Leslie E. A., Ashford, England. Electrical 
musical instrument. 2.607,255, Aug. 19. 

Bourne, Clayton L.. Montreal. Quebec. Canada. Resilient 
clamp for tire chain mountings. 2,616,318, Nov. 4. 

Bourne, Harry K. : See — 

Ruff, Harold R., and Bourne. 

Bourne, William G., Acton, London, assignor to Rotax 
Limited, London. England. Combined magnetic and 
manual switch. 2,611,843, Sept. 23. 

Bourne, William G., Acton, London, assignor to Rotax 
Limited. London. England. Electromagnetically oper- 
able switch. 2,611,844, Sept, 23. 

Bourner, F. H., & Company (Engineers) Limited, as- 
signee : See — • 

Bourner, Francis H. 

Bourner, Francis H., assignor of one-half to F. H. Bour- 
ner & Company (Engineers) Limited, London, England. 
Sprinkler tap. 2,623,789. Dec. 30. 

Bourquin. Edgar. Los Angeles, Calif. Front setting means 
for clocks. 2,607.188, Aug. 19. 

Bourret, Georges : See — 

Fouron, Pierre, and Bourret. 

Bouschor. Harvey H., Detroit, Mich. Hack saw. 

2.612.196, Sept. 30. 

Boushey, Homer A.. Washington. D. C. Picture display 
apparatus with duration of display controlled by the 
picture carrier. 2,618,197, Nov. 18. 



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Bousky, Samuel, Dayton, Ohio, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Radio Corporation of America. Ceramic di- 
electric materials and making. 2,584,324, Feb. 5. 

Bousky, Samuel, Shaker Heights, assignor to Jack & 
Heintz Precision Industries, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Ro- 
tary pump valve construction for compressors. 
2,598,216. May 27. 

Bousraan, Henry W., Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Voltage regulation for electrostatic 
generators. 2,588,081, Mar. 4. 

Bousman, Henry W., Scotia, N. Y., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the United States Atomic Energy Commission. 
Thermal neutron detector element. 2,599,156, June 3. 

Bousseau, Pierre, Thourotte. and R. Touvay, Paris, 
France, assignors to Pilkington Brothers Limited, 
Liverpool, England. Apparatus for feeding glass ribbon. 
2,623,335, Dec. 30. 

Boutelle, Allen O., Jefferson, and R. C. Kuder, assignors to 
Moe Brothers Manufacturing Company, Fort Atkinson, 
Wis. Chanueled-tube light fixture with housed yieldable 
socket means. 2,597,060, May 20. 

Boutelle, Richard S., Hagerstown, Md., assignor to Fair- 
child Engine and Airplane Corporation. Jet augmenta- 
tion arrangement. 2,601.963, July 1. 

Bouteloup, Michel R., Neuilly sur Seine, France. Trouser 
waistband construction. 2,583,992. Jan. 29. 

Boutros, Richard D., Brighton, assignor to Mixing Equip- 
ment Co., Inc., Rochester, N. Y. Mixing equipment. 
2,612,391, Sept. 30. 

Boutte, Julius H., Odessa, Tex. Tool handle grip. 
2,603,999, July 22. 

Bouvat-Martiu, Jean, assignor to Societe-Anonyme dite : 
Societe Generale Isothermos, Paris, France. Mechanical 
lubrication of axle boxes. 2,593,654, Apr. 22. 

Bouvier, Hai-old K. : Sa- — 

Jensen, Hubert M., and Bouvier. 

Bouvy. Christian H., Milwaukee, assignor to Le Roi Com- 
pany, West Allis, Wis. Cooling system for V-engines. 
2,585,083. Feb. 12. 

Bouwers. Albert : See — 

Binia, Herre, van Alphcn, van Weenen, Leblans, and 
Bouwers. 

Bouwers. Albert, assignor to N. V. Optische Industrie 
"De Oude Delft," Delft, Netherlands. Microscope with 
reflecting objoctive. 2.593,724. Apr. 22, 

Bouzitat, Jean, Paris, and P. Perilhou, Clamart, assignors 
to Office National d'Etudes et de Recherches Aeronau- 
tiques, Paris, Fiance. Method and system of radio navi- 
gation. 2,624,045, Dec. 30. 

Bovard, William P., assignor to The Ohio Brass Company, 
Mansfield. Ohio. Rail bond. 2.582.937, Jan. 15. 

Bovard, William P., assignor to The Ohio Brass Company, 
Mansfield, Ohio. Cable outlet head. 2,619,517, Nov.,25. 

Bovee, John L., Sr. : See — 

Deters, Elmer M., and Bovee. 

Bowan, Walter J., and F. Tratzik, assignors to Mueller 
Co., Decatur, 111. Lubricated valve. 2,593,908, Apr. 22. 

Bowan. Walter .T., and F. Tratzik. assignors to !ilneller 
Co.. Decatur, 111. Lubricated valve. 2,605,993. Aug. 5. 

Bowden, Andrew T.. assignor to C. A. Parsons & Company 
Limited, Newcastle-on-Tyne, England. Closed cycle air 
turbine power plant having direct and indirect heat ex- 
changers. 2,021,481. Dec. 16. 

Bowderi, Andrew T., assignor to C. A. Parsons & Company 
Limited, Newcastle-on-Tyne. England. Combustion sys- 
tem for gas turbines with heat exchangers. 2,622,395, 
Dec. 23. 

Bowden, Andrew T., Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and P. Kolb, 
Whitley Bay, assignors of one-third to C. A. Parsons & 
Company Limited. Newcastle-upon-Tyne. England. Re- 
generative heat exchanger. 2,615.685, Oct. 28. 

Bowden, James H., assignor to National Cylinder Gas 
Company, Chicago, 111. Flux for lead burning and mak- 
ing same. 2..590,46(!, May 13. 

Bowden. James J.. Wan-en, Ohio. Fluidizing slag in the 
manufacture of steel by open-hearth and electric furnace 
processes. 2,597,851, May 27. 

Bowder, David H., Attleboro. Mass., assisnor to Swank. 
Inc. Identification assembly unit. 2.613.466, Oct. 14. 

Bowder, David H., Attleboro, Mass.. assignor to Swank, 
Inc. Separable pin fastener. 2.621.386, Dec. 16. 

Bowditch. Frederick T., Lakewood. Ohio, assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Union Carbide and Carbon Cor- 
poration. Pocket f^or immobilizing inert gas in battery 
cathodes. 2,620,371. Dec. 2. 

Bowditch, Hoel L., Jamaica Plain, Mass., assignor to 
Bola Toys Incorporated, Greenwich, Conn. Movable re- 
flecting toy. 2.61 4.363. Oct. 21 , 

Bowen, Albert H., Seattle. Wash., assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Dr.v process manu- 
facture of water-soluble derivatives of styrene-maleic 
anh.vdride type heteropolymers. 2,607,762, Aug. 19. 

Bowen, Albert M. : See — 

Montooth, George A. and Bowen. 

Bowen, Alfred J., Beloit, Wis. Surface grinder. 2,603,041, 
July 15. 

Bowen, Arnold E.. Red Bank, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Wave guide attenuator. 2,600,466, June 17, 

Bowen, Arnold E., Fair Haven. N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories. Incorported. New York. N. Y. 
Rotatable wave guide attenuator. 2,603,709, July 15. 



Bowen, Arnold E., Fair Haven, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Rotatable attenuator for wave guides. 2,603,710, July 
15. 

Bowen, Bertram E. V., and J. Hewlett, Tonbridge, Eng- 
land, assignors to The Distillers Company Limited, 
Edinburgh, Scotland. Purification of alcohols. 
2,584,325. Feb. 5. 

Bowen, Charles E. : See — 

Wood, William, and Bowen. 

Bowen, Claude T., Kent, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. Good- 
rich Company, New York, N. Y. Heat-transfer con- 
tainer. 2,595.328, May 6. 

Bowen-Colthurst & Partners Limited, assignee : See — 
Waller, James H. de W. 

Bowen & Com^pany, Inc., assignee : See — 
Welsh, William W. 

Bowen, Dwain B., Los Angeles. Calif., assignor by mesne 
assignments, to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of the Navy. Forming a ma- 
chining lubricant upon molybdenum. 2,591.777, Apr. 8. 

Bowen, Earl M., and A. W. Johnson, assignors to The 
Ingersoll Milling Machine Company, Rockford, 111. 
Machine tool. 2,593,254, Apr. 15. 

Bowen, Edward, Ivings Norton, Birmingham, England. 
Foot measuring device. 2,618,066. Nov. 18. 

Bowen, Edward G., Cambridge, Mass., R. W. Taylor, 
Malvern, F. C. Williams^ and R. H. Brown, Great Mal- 
vern, and A. G. Touch, Farnborough, assignors to 
Minister of Supply in His Majesty's Government of 
Gre.at Britain and Northern Ireland, London, England. 
Radio locating apparatus. 2,592.855, Apr. 15. 

Bowen. Kermit A., La Mesa, Calif. Robo-chord. Re. 
23,458, Jan. 29. 

Bowen, Leslie G., Evanston, III. Electric liquid heater. 
2,607,878, Aug. 19. 

Bowen, Oliver G., and E. W. Novell, Pasadena, Calif., said 
Novell assignor to said Bowen. Building material and 
making same. 2,583,292, Jan. 22. 

Bowen, Tom : See — 

Brown, James E., and Bowen. 

Bowen, William S., Westfield, N. J. Turbine and com- 
pressor apparatus. 2,615,616, Oct. 28. 

Bower, Andrew W. : See — 

Sehroeder, John A., and Bower. 
Schroeder, John A., Bower, and Graber. 

Bower, Byron F. : See — 

Rossman, Edward J., and Bower. 

Bower, Francis M., Tulsa, Okla., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Capacitor cell for pipeline 
batching. 2,623,928, Dec. 30. 

Bower, Frank W., Elkhart, Ind. Coin bank slot struc- 
ture. 2,020,128, Dec. 2. 

Bower, James A., Chester, W. Va., assignor to The Taylor, 
Smith & Taylor Company, East Liverpool, Ohio. Pot- 
tery fabricating machine. 2.599,605, June 10. 

Bower, John O., Wyncote, Pa. Suture treatment and prod- 
uct. 2,615,450, Oct. 28. 

Bower, John O., Wyncote, and J. P. Tarbox, Philadelphia, 
Pa., said Tarbox assignor to said Bower. Suture pack- 
age and method. 2,615,565, Oct. 28. 

Bower Roller Bearing Company, assignee : See — 
Johnson. Glen F. 
Ortegren, Herman A. 

Bower, Russell B. : See — 

Nichols, Charles A., Bower, Weiser, Edwards, Fletch- 
er, McCoy, and Sample. 

Bower, William L., assignor to James Neill & Company 
(Sheffield) Limited, Slieflield, England. Magnetic work 
holder. 2,609.430. Sept. 2. 

Bowers, Benjamin N.. Pittsfield. Mass., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Prechargeable spring assembly 
for high-voltage bushings. 2,623,919, Dec. 30. 

Bowers, Charles E., Moylan, assignor to The Fibre Metal 
Products Company. Chester. i?a. Adjustable member 
for head protective equipment. 2,601,362, June 24. 

Bowers, Erie F., Albemarle, N. C. Adjustable louver 
ventilator. 2,589.529, Mar. 18. 

Bowers, Frank, Williamsville. N. Y.. P. F. Joseph, Colum- 
bus, and K. C. Holmes. Westerville. Ohio, assignors to 
Curtiss-Wright Corporation. Releasably supporting air- 
craft components. 2,591,913. Apr. 8. 

Bowers, John W., Wallingford. assignor to The Fibre- 
Metal Products Company, Chester, Pa. Combination 
weld cleaning and chippin.g tool. 2,592,648, Apr. 15. 

Bowers, Richard C. : See — 

Walton, Wilson W., and Bowers. 

Bowers, Roy E., St. Louis, Mo. Window frame and sash 
unit. 2,583,251, Jan. 22. 

Bowers, W. L.. assignee : See — 
Brock, Hinton D. 

Bowersett, Charles F., Laurel, Md. Underwater signaling 
device. 2,601,245, June 24. 

Bowersett, Charles F., Laurel, Md. Cutting device, 
2,619,083, Nov. 25. 

Bowerston Shale Company, The, assignee : See — 
Milliken, Edward C, and Roth. 

Bowes, Leslie H., Wadsworth. Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Morton Salt Company, Chicago, 111. 
Carton packing apparatus. 2.613,021, Oct. 7. 

Bowie, William W., assignee : See — 
McQueen. Peter T. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Bowland, Ctiarles R., and L. H. Crick, Jr., assignors to 
Sampsel Time Control, Inc., Spring Valley, 111. Fire 
control pilot. 2.593,004. Apr. 15. 

Bowler, Louis J., Middletown, Calif. Egg washing and 
scrubbing apparatus. 2,600,467. June 17. 

Bowler & Sidney, Limited, assignee : See — 
Butterfleld Trevor L. H. 

Bowles. Albert If.. Naugatuck, Conn. Organic mercurials. 
2,618,045. Nov. 18. 

Bowles, Albert F., Naugatuck, assignor to The Synor Re- 
search Laboratories, Inc., Middletown, Conn. Prepara- 
tion of substituted cvclophentenones. 2,623,071, Dec. 
23. 

Bowles, Sherman F., San Antonio, Tex. Smoking pipe. 
2,588.693, Mar. 11. 

Bowles. Vernon O. : See — 

Schutte, August H., and Bowles. 

Bowles, Vernon O., Kye., and A. H. Schutte, Hastings on 
Hudson, assignors to The Lummus Company, New York, 
N. Y. Hydrocarbon conversion. 2,609,332, Sept. 2. 

Bowling, Roy, assignee : See — 
Hudson. Clifford C. 

Bowlus, Weldon G.. Dallas. Tex. Music box attachment 
for vending machines. 2.617,323. Nov. 11. 

Bowman, Albert H., Los Angeles, Calif. Drill sharpening 
apparatus. 2.580,884, Jan. 1. 

Bowman, Arthur R., Dayton, Ohio. Detachable pouring 
spout. 2.594,858, Apr. 29. 

Bowman Dairy Company, assignee : See — 

Kloser. Martin M.. Kimball, and Schrenk. 

Bowman, David F., assignor to Airborne Instruments 
Laboratory, Inc., Minoola, N. T. Antenna system. 
2.589.664. Mar. 18. 

Bowman & Drussa Plumbing and Heating Co.. assignee : 
See — 

Utley. Arthur B. 

Bowman, George F., Quepos, Costa Rica. High-pressure 
diaphragm pump. 2.593,255. Apr. 15. 

Bowman, Harry A., Anchorage, Territory of Alaska. 
Quick detachable anchoring means for chairs and the 
like. 2,589,922, Mar. 18. 

Bowman, John R., Pittsburgh, and M. T. Cichelli, Forest 
Hills, assignors to Gnlf Research & Development Com- 
pany, Pittsburgh. Pa. Process and apparatus for sepa- 
ration of mixtures. 2.584,785, Feb. 5. 

Bowman, John T.. and T. H. Eickhoflf. assignors to Jon 
Henri, Inc.. Cincinnati. Ohio. Fountain sponge having 
o.xpnnsitili- discharge orifice. 2,618.002. Nov. 18. 

Bowman, Kenneth W., Terre Haute, Ind. Bottle-washing 
machine. 2.617,434, Nov. 11. 

Bowman, Norman J. : See — 

Weitkamp, Alfred W., and Bowman. 

Bowman. Norman J., Gary, and A. W. Weitkamp, Whit- 
ing Ind., assignors to Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 
111. Separation of alcohols. 2,594,481. Apr. 29. 

Bowman. Ray C, Follansbee, \V. Va., assignor to National 
Steel Corporation. Apparatus for continuously adding 
an inhibitor to a mixing tank. 2,608,392, Aug. 26. 

Bowman. Robert S. : See — 

Stevens. Donald R.. ond Bowman. 

Bowman, Virgil L., Buhl. Idaho. Antifouling sinker. 
2,62.S,320. Dec. 30. 

Bo'wman. Wade W.. Dallas, Tex. Lotion dispenser. 
2.599,686. June 10. 

Bowman. William .\.. Baltimore, Md. Window raising and 
cleaning unit. 2,613.738, Oct. 14. 

Bown, Ronald A., Denver, Colo. Can opener. 2,588,347, 
Mar. 11. 

Bowser, Dewey. Plymouth. Ind. Ringless piston for com- 
pression engino.s. 2,618,522, Nov. 18. 
Bowser, Inc., assignee : See — 
Blum, Hosmer L. 
De Haven. La Vern H. 
Farrell, Lawrence S. 
HarvHOt. Frank B. 
Klopfenstein. Gerald J. 
Marvel. Harvey E. 
Zavoieo. Stephen V. 
Bowser, Joseph T., Pittsburgh, Pa. X-rav film holder. 

2,612,609. Sept. 30. 
Bowser. Percy L. : See — 

Venner. William M.. and Bowser. 
Bowser. Virgil C. Silver Spring, Md.. and G. W. KJnzel- 
man, Washington, D. C. Gun firing mechanism with 
cutout device. 2,582.225, .Tan. 15. 
Bowtell. William J.. Bromley, England. Sluice gate. 

2.593,969, Apr. 22. 
Box. E. O.. Jr., Bartlesville, Okla.. assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Separation of acetylene from 
gaseous hydrocarbon mixtures. 2,587,689. Mar 4. 
Boyajian, Alfred Z.. Farmingdale, N. Y. Folding auxiliary 

tray provided seat. 2.604,143, July 22. 
Boyan, Edwin A.. Sharon. Mass. Apparatus for produc- 
tion analysis. 2,591.124. Apr. 1. 
Boyan, Frank, Waterford. Wis. Auxiliary air supplying 
device for internal-combustion engines. 2,602,435" 
July 8. 

Boyce. Edward C, deceased, Fitzwilliam, N. H. ; G. Boyce, 
administrator. Folding table. 2.618.523, Nov. 18. 

Boyce. Eiigene L.. and H. Goldberg, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Pioneer Gen-E-Motor Corporation. 
Chicago, 111. Lawn mower. 2,583,543. Jan. 29. 



Boyce. Eugene L., and P. L. Loewe, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Pioneer Gen-E-Motor Corporation, Chi- 
cago, 111. Lawn mower with removable reel assembly. 
2,603,055, July 15. 

Boyce, Gerard, administrator : See — 
Boyce. Edward C. 

Boyce. John, assignor to Food Machinery and Chemical 
Corporation, San Jose, Calif. Can handling and ar- 
ranging apparatus. 2,620,065, Dec. 2. 

Boyce, Leonard D.. Kirkwood, assignor to Carter Car- 
buretor Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Air heater for auto- 
matic choke carburetors. 2,608.389, Aug. 26. 

Boyce. Leonard D.. Kirkwood, assignor to Carter Car- 
buretor Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Two-fuel carbu- 
retor. 2.011.593. Sej)t. 23. 

Boyce. Leonard D., Kirkwood, assignor to Carter Car- 
buretor Corporation, St. Louis. Mo. Engine switch with 
detent. 2,611.841. Sept. 23. 

Boyce, Mabel C, Danbury, Conn. Infant's gown. 
2,613.359. Oct. 14. 

Boyce Thompson Institute for Plant Research, Inc., as- 
signee : See — 
Denny, Frank E. 

Hitchcock, Albert E., and Zimmerman. 
Zimmerman, Percy W., and Hitchcock 

Boyce, William C, Dallas, Tex., assignor to United Air- 
craft Corporation. East Hartford, Conn. Rudder pedal 
installation. 2,610,006, Sept. 9. 

Boyce. William S.. Denver, Colo. Tie plate. 2,613,876, 
Oct. 14. 

Boyd. Bruce : See — 

Anderson, William H.. Shingler, and Boyd. 

Boyd, Clarence A., assignor to The Watt Car & Wheel 
Company, Barnesville, Ohio. Mine car. 2,612,119, 
Sept. 30. 

Boyd, David M., Jr., Clarendon Hills, assignor to Universal 
Oil Products Company, Chicago, 111. Fractionation con- 
trol. 2,580,651, Jan. 1. 

Boyd, J. Aubrey, assignee : See — 
Murrell. Ernest B. 

Boyd, James H., Bronxville, N. Y., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Rubber reclaiming solvents. 
2.623,862, Dec. 30. 

Boyd. James H.. New York, N. Y.. assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Azeo-extractive distillation. 
2,009.333. Sept. 2. 

Boyd, John R. : See — 

Way. Stewart. Hershey. and Boyd. 

Boyd. Joseph J., Washington. D. C. and F. E. Reed, 
Middlesex County, Mass. Vibration measuring device. 
2.599.539. June 10. 

Boyd. Joseph W.. Bartlesville. Okla.. assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Self-cleaning valve. 2,600,836, 
June 17. 

Boyd. Lawrence A.. Denison, Tex. Garage door operator. 
S.621,038. Dec. 9. 

Boyd, Loyd Q.. Hammond, Ind., and A. E. Endres. Home- 
wood, assignors to Standard Oil Company. Chicago, III. 
Destruction of crab grass. 2.00.S,479, Aug. 26. 

Boyd. Robert E., G. H. McFadden. and B. Bennett. 
Columbus, Ohio, assignors, by mesne assignments, to 
General Motors Corporation. Detroit, Mich. Delaying 
coagulation of rubber latex. 2.594,859, Apr. 29. 

Boyd, Thomas, Springfield, Mass., assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company. St. Louis. Mo. Polymerization of 
ethylene in the liquid phase with "alfin" catalysts. 
2.606.179, Aug. 5. 

Boyd, Thomas, Springfield, Mass.. assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Polymeric titanium 
mixed esters. 2.614,112, Oct. 14. 

Bo.vd. Thomas, Springfield, and R. B. Green, Chicopee 
Falls, Mass.. assignors to Monsanto Chemical Company. 
St. Louis, Mo. Oil gelation accelerator. 2,620,318, 
Dec. 2. 

Boyd-Welsh. Inc.. assignee : See — 
Jonas. Gilbert F. 

Boyd. Winnett : See — 

Secord, Lloyd C. and Boyd. 

Boyd. Winnett. Bobcaygeon. Ontario, assignor to A. V. 
Roe Canada Limited. Malton, Ontario. Canada. Heated 
intake component for gas turbine engines. 2.594,118, 
Apr. 22. 

Boyd. Winnett. Leaside, and K. F. Tupper. East York 
Township, assignors to The Honorary Advisory Coun- 
cil for Scientific and Industrial Research. Ottawa, On- 
tario. Canada. Dynamometer. 2.599.315. June 3. 

Boyd, Winnett, Bobcaygeon, and ,T. T. Purvis, Toronto, as- 
signors to A. V. Roe Canada Limited. Walton, Ontario, 
Canada. Gas turbine nozzle box. 2,608,057, Aug. 26. 

Boyden, Robert E.. assignor to Clary Multiplier Corpora- 
tion. Los Angeles. Calif. Accumulator state control 
positioning mechanism. 2,583.810. Jan. 29. 

Boyden, Robert E.. Los Angeles. Calif., assignor to Mar- 
chant Calculating Machine Company. Office machine. 
2,598,342, May 27. 

Boyden, Robert E., Los Angeles, and E. P. Drake, Glen- 
dale, assignors to Clary Multiplier Corporation. Los 
Angeles. Calif. Early factor mechanism. 2,581.624, 
Jan. 8. 

Boyden. Robert E.. Los Angeles, and H. H. Freeman, 
Arcadia, assignors to Clary Multiplier Corporation, Loa 
Angeles, Calif. Interlocking and function control de- 
vice. 2,607,526. Aug. 19. 



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Boyden, Robert E., Los Angeles, and E. P. Drake, Glen- 
dale, assignors to Clary Multiplier Corpoiuijun, Jj.s 
Angeles, Calif. Clutch control mechanism. 2,009,145, 
Sept. 2. 

Boydjieff, Stephen P., Reading, Pa. Air perfuming device. 
2.614,820. Oct. 21. 

Bo.yer, Albert J., Kansas City, Kans. Convertible clean- 
ing machine for automobile cooling systems and auto- 
mobile parts. 2 593,256, Apr. 15. 

Boyer, Clay U., Philadelphia, Pa. Device for removing 
wrappers from packaged goods, such as chewing gum, 
confections, or the like. 2,600,837 June 17. 

Boyer, Fred S., Chicago, 111. Control mechanism. 
2,610.306, Nov. 4. 

Boyer, Howard B., Eugene, Oreg. Paper clamp. 
2,598,883, June 3. 

Boyer, John D., Jr. : See — 

Stewart, Glenn F., Houck and Boyer. 

Boyer, John L,. Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Pressurized 
alkali-metal tube. 2,595,634. May 6. 

Boyer, John L., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Low-capacity 
vapor-electric device. 2,600,390, June 17. 

Boyer, John L., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Fluid-cooled 
and Insulated windings. 2,605,312, July 29. 

Boyer, John L.. Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse Elec- 
tric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Magnetically 
controlled rectifier-tube. 2,616,064. Oct. 28. 

Boyer, John L., and J. Slepian, Pittsburgh, assignors to 
Westinghouse Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Gaseous-discharge make-alive device. 2,600,196, 
June 10. 

Boyer, John L., Pittsburgh, and R. J. Ballard, West New- 
ton, assignors to Westinghouse Electric Corporation, 
East Pitttsburgh, Pa. Vapor-electric device. 2,605,439, 
July 29. 

Boyer, Raymond F. : See — 

Rubens. Louis C, and Boyer. 

Boyer, Raymond J., Westfield, N. J., assignor to The Bab- 
cock & Wilcox Company. New York, N. Y. Steam gen- 
erator. 2,599,316, June 3. 

Boyer, Richard P., Jr., La Grange, assignor to Kellogg 
Switchboard and Supply Company, Chicago, 111. Path- 
selection control arrangement for primary-secondary 
switching systems. 2,587,103, Feb. 26. 

Boyer, Richard P., Jr., La Grange, and J. I. Bellamy, 
Wheaton, assignors to Kellogg Switchboard and Sup- 
ply Company, Chicago, 111. Multirelay electric timer. 
2,590,926, Apr. 1. 

Boyer, Richard P., Jr., La Grange, and J. I. Bellamy, 
Wheaton, 111., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Kel- 
logg Switchboard and Supply Company. Endless chain 
of counting relays. 2,600,729, June 17. 

Boyes. Mary A., Los Angeles, and J. E. Coates, assignors 
to Alta Engineering Company, Santa Monica, Calif. 
Convertible table. 2,583,811, Jan. 29. 

Boyett, Jesse B., Sr., Nashville, Ga. Transmission unit. 
2,596,643, May 13. 

Boyker, Robert O.. assignee : See — 
Moen, Alfred M. 

Boykln, John R. : See — 

Carter, John M., and Boykln. 

Boykin, John R., Baltimore, Md., assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Con- 
trol system. 2,611,091, Sept. 16. 

Boyko, John : See — 

Mullen, Edward, and Boyko. 

Boyko, John, Detroit, and E. W. McCaul. Birmingham, 
assignors to J. B. Webb Company, Detroit, Mich. Floor 
drive line conveyer. 2,621,610, Dec. 16. 

Boyko. Theodore, Bronx. N. Y. Hair curler. 2,618,277, 
Nov. 18. 

Boyle, Farnham F. : See — 

Llpic, Sylvester G., Boyle, and Lyon. 

Boyle, Francis B., assignor to The Wlgginton Company, 
Kalamazoo, Mich. Voltage indicating instrument and 
case therefor. 2,586.203, Feb. 19. 

Boyle, Frank A., assignor to Consolidated Vultee Air- 
craft Corporation, San Diego, Calif. Drilling attach- 
ment for riveting machines. 2,598,106, May 27. 

Boyle, James P., Teaneck, N. J., assignor to Air Cruisers 
Company. Airborne vehicle and cushioning and/or 
buoyancy supporting means therefor. 2,621,874 Dec. 
16. 

Boyle, James M. : See — 

Kirshenbaum, Abraham D., and Boyle. 
Rudel, Harry W., and Boyle. 

Boyle, John R., Chicago, 111. Motor-driven transfer tool. 
2,621,433, Dec. 16. 

Boyle, Robert J., Teaneck, N. J., assignor to Air Cruisers 
Company. Lifesaver vest. 2,621.342. Dec. 16. 

Boyle, Robert S., assignor to The Cube Drawer Corpora- 
tion. Akron, Ohio. Freezing tray. 2,584,838, Feb. 5. 

Boyle, Thomas C. : See — • 

Wolfe, Richard C, and Boyle. 

Boyle. Thomas C, Altadena, Calif. Expansion head for 
torpedoes. 2,582,226, Jan. 15. 

Boyle, Thomas C, Altadena, Calif. Variable length tor- 
pedo head. 2,596,120, May 13. 



Boyle, Thomas E., Auckland, Auckland. New Zealand, as- 
signor to The B. F. Goodrich Company, New Yorlc, N. Y. 
Antiskid composition and making same. 2,585,219, 
Feb. 12. 

Boyle, Thomas H., assignee : See — 
Dreese, George A. 

Boyles Bros. Drilling (Eastern) Ltd., assignee : See — 
Waddington, Richard. 

Boyles, J. Van, High Point, N. C. Machine for making 
garment hangers. 2,588,476, Mar. 11. 

Boyles, Sylvester, assignee : See — 
Gregory, Harry R. 

Boynton, VVentworth D., Woodbrook, Md., assignor to 
Western Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, 
N. Y. Controlling coiling machines. 2,585,994, Feb. 
19. 

Boys, Donald L., assignee : See — 
Fish, Kenneth R. G., and Gent. 

Boysen, Albert P., Jr. : See — 

Botsford, Nelson, Boysen, Aikens, Dietze, Goodale, 
and Inglis. 

Bozel-Maletra, assignee : See — 

Lehmann, Ren6 L., and Lintner. 

Bozel-Maletra Societe Industrielle de Produits Chimiques, 
assignee : See — 

Lehmann, Ren6 L., and Lintner. 

Brabaek, Jorgen, assignor to Aktieselskabet "V01und," 
Copenhagen, Denmark. Making a physiologically-active 
vitamin preparation. 2,583,464, Jan. 22. 

Brabaek. Jorgen, assignor to Aktieselskabet "Volund," 
Copenhagen, Denmark. Making confectionery products. 
2.594,538, Apr. 29. 

Brabets, Robert I., Hazelcrest, assignor to Swift & Com- 
pany, Chicago, 111. Propane decolorizing. 2,596,065, 
May 6. 

Brace, George A., Highland Park, 111., assignor to The 
Hoover Company, North Canton, Ohio. Filter bag 
coupling. 2,594,285, Apr. 29. 

Brace, George A., Highland Park, 111., assignor to The 
Hoover Company, North Canton, Ohio. Refrigerator 
and control mechanism therefor. 2,596,523, May 13. 

Bracewell, John L., Shreveport, La. Form tie for wall 
structures. 2,612,674. Oct. 7. 

Braeh, E. J., & Sons, assignee : See — 
Spain, William P. 

Brack, Joseph L., assignor to Pullman-Standard Car Manu- 
facturing Company, Chicago, 111. Vehicle bed locking 
arrangement. 2,580,509, Jan. 1. 

Brack, Joseph L., assignor to Pullman-Standard Car Man- 
ufacturing Company, Chicago, III. Clip for attaching 
moldings. 2,604,680, July 29. 

Braclien, William A., Levy, Ark. Sun visor for auto- 
mobiles. 2,588,694, Mar. 11. 

Brackett, Newell, Bala-Cynwyd, Pa., assignor to Crane 
Packing Company, Chicago, 111. Switch structure for 
motor-driven tools. 2,592,649, Apr. 15. 

Brackin, Carey W. : See — 

Healy. Judd W., and Brackin. 

Bracutt, Michael, East Orange. N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Reconstruction Finance Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Direct current control system. 
2,622,239, Dec. 16. 

Bradbury, James G., assignor to Hays Manufacturing 
Company, Erie, Pa. Tamperproof plug valve. 2,586,453, 
Feb. 19. 

Braddon, Frederick D., Babylon. N. Y., assignor to The 
Sperrv Corporation. Gyroscopic instrument. 2,603,003, 
July 15. 

Braddon, Frederick D., Babylon, N. Y., assignor to The 
Sperry Corporation. Compensated gyro-vertical. 
2,620,069, Dec. 9. 

Braddon, Frederick D., Babylon, L. F. Beach, Port Wash- 
ington, L. J. Delanty, Baldwin, and V. Vacquier, Gar- 
den City, N. Y., assignors to The Sperry Corporation. 
Marine gyro vertical. 2,598,672, June 3. 

Braden, Rene A., Hopewell, N. J., assignor to Radio Cor- 
poration of America. Frequency modulation radar sys- 
tems with directional couplers or the like. 2,618,744, 
Nov. 18. 

Bradfield, George K., Jr., Haclcensack, N. J., assignor to 
American Car and Foundry Company, New York, N. Y. 
Window construction. 2.585,322, Feb. 12. 

Bradford, Eliot B., Silver Spring, Md., A. Africano, Cald- 
well, N. J., and C. N. Hickman, Jackson Heights, N. Y., 
assignors to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of War. Automatically detach- 
able flashless nozzle for roclcets. 2,596,644, May 13. 

Bradford, George, D. Mulocb-Bentley, and N. H. Auret, 
assignors to Anglo American Corporation of South 
Africa, Limited, Johannesburg, Transvaal, Union of 
South Africa. Remote surplus energy dissipation for 
wound rotor Induction motors. 2,581,749, Jan. 8. 

Bradford, Purdy, Palos Park, and H. J. White. Lansing, 
assignors to Swift & Company, Chicago, 111. Anti- 
caking agent for cleansing powder. 2,589,330, Mar. 18. 

Bradford. Shirrell F., Longmont, Colo. Shovel attach- 
ment for crawler tractors. 2,613,006. Oct. 7. 

Bradley, Arthur L., Royal Oak. Mich. Vehicle seat. 
2,618.312. Nov. 18. 

Bradley. Earl H.. Seekonk, Mass., assignor to Builders Iron 
Foundry. Pump stroke adjusting device. 2,592,237, 
Apr. 8. 

Bradley, Edwin K., New Market, N. J. Ether dropper. 
2,605.937, Aug. 5. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Bradley, Evelyn, administratrix : See — 
Bernstein, Wilburn F. 

Bradley & Gilbert Company, The, assignee : See — 
Bolding, Hubert V. 

Bradley, Harris W., Bellefonte Heights, assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours and Company, Wilmington, Del. 
Sulfonamides formed by amidation of cblorosulfonated 
polyetli.vlene. 2,615.000, Oct. 21, 

Bradley, Harry S.. assignor to Shenango-Penn Mold Com- 
pany, Pittsburgh, Pa. Weigh table or hopper for cupola 
of furnace charging, 2,605.096, July 29. 

Bradley, Holley P., Tulsa, Okla. Mask. 2,619,085, Nov. 
25. 

Bradley, John A., Santa Ana, Calif. Hydraulic rotary 
drill. 2.610,0.31, Sept. 9. 

Bradley, John G., Washington, D. C. Case with heat- 
resistant retractor and closure belt. 2,615,772, Oct. 2S. 

Bradley, John M., Cambridge, Mass., and H. J. Ogorzaly, 
Summit, N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development 
Company. Blast furnace operation. 2,593,257, Apr. 
15. 

Bradley, Neil C. H., Milwaukee, Wis. Cabineted toy rail- 
road, 2,590,676, Mar. 25. 

Bradley, Ralph A. : See — 

Beyer, Prank A., and Bradley. 
Beyer, Frank A., Bradley, and Crank. 

Bradley, Robert E., East Lansing, assignor to Reo Motors, 
Inc., Lansing, Mich. Power-driven lawn mower. 
2,620,613, Dec. 9. 

Bradley, Robert L., Beverly, Mass.. assignor to United Shoe 
Jlachinery Corporation. Flemington, N. J. Thread wax- 
ing device. 2,608,950, Sept. 2. 

Bradley, Robert W., Marblehead, Mass., assignor to United 
Shoe Machinery Corporation. Flemington, N. J. Nail 
cutting machine. 2.609.o54. Sept. 9. 

Bradley, Robert W., Marblehead, Mass., and R. M. Osborn, 
Inglewood, Calif., assignors to United Shoe Machinery 
Corporation, Flemington, N, J, Apparatus for keying 
an oscillator. 2,607,895, Aug, 19. 

Bradley, Rolland A., assignee : See — 
Hess. Clem H. 

Bradley, Roy C, San Bernardino, Calif, Film reeling as- 
sembly. 2,609.158, Sept. 2. 

Bradley, Stephen D,, Detroit, Mich., assignor to Detroit 
Macold Corporation. Weather strip. 2.581,574, Jan. 8, 

Bradley, Stephen D,, assignor to Detroit Jlacoid Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich, Sealing strip. 2.610,713, Sept. 16. 

Bradley, Stephen D., assignor to Detroit Jlacoid Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Sealing strip. 2,610,714, Sept. 16. 

Bradley, Theodore F. : See — • 

Newey, Herbert A., Shokal, and Bradley. 
Tess, Roy W. H., Jakob, and Bradley. 

Bradley, Theodore F., and D. E. Winkler, Orinda, Calif., 
assignors to Shell Development Company, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif, Stabilization of vinyl halide polymers with 
a salt of a hydrocarbon substituted benzoic acid. 
2,598,496, May 27. 

Bradley, Warren : See — 

Peters, Norman J., and Bradley, 

Bradley, Wilburn F, : See — 
Bernstein, Wilburn F. 

Bradley, William E., New Hope, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, Pa. High- 
frequency transmission system. Re. 23,598, Dec. 23. 

Bradley, William E., Springfield Township, Montgomery 
County, assignor to Philco Corporation, Philadelphia, 
Pa. Modulation system and method. 2,590,373, Mar, 
25. 

Bradley, William H., assignor to Horton Manufacturing 
Company, Fort Wayne, Ind. Latch type clutch mecha- 
nism. 2.589,665. Mar. 18. 

Bradney, CliflEord H. : See — 

Halpern. Alfred, and Bradney. 

Bradnick, Le Roy V., Anderson, Ind. Centrifugal speed 
responsive mechanism. 2,599,157, June 3. 

Bradshaw, John R. : See — 

Faulkner, Harry R.. Pettus, and Bradshaw, 

Bradshaw, Leonard C. assignor to International Bitumen 
Emulsions Limited, Slough, England. Manufacture of 
bituminized fibrous products. 2,602,029, Julv 1. 

Bradshaw. William H., New Rochelle, N, Y„ and W. R, 
Schmitz, Jr., Newark, N, J., assignors to E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours & Company, Wilmington, Del. Apparatus 
for cellulose processing. 2.592.112, Apr. 8. 

Brady. Charles V.. assignor to Bemis Bro. Bag Company, 
St. Louis. Mo. Bag. 2,616.468. Nov. 4. 

Brady, Charles V., and A. F. Ottinger, assignors to Bemis 
Bro. Bag Company, St. Louis, Mo. - - - 

bag. 2.588.695, Alar. 11. 

Brad.v. Charles V., and A. F, Ottinger, 
Bro. Bag Company, St. Louis. Mo. 
manufacture. 2,595,446. May 6. 

Brady, Charles V., and A, F, Ottinger, assignors to Bemis 
Bro. Bag Company, St, Louis, Mo. Bag closure. 
2,615.488. Oct. 28. 

Brady, David R., Detroit, Mich., assignor to Owens-Corn- 
ing Fiberglas Corporation. Shoe insole. 2,599,317, 
June 3. 

Brady, Edward B,, Cleveland, Ohio. Program and com- 
munication system for drive-in theaters or restaurants. 
2,598,343. May 27. 



Labeled open-mesh 

assignors to Bemis 
Valved bag and its 



Brady, Edward F., Long Beach, Calif., assignor to East- 
man Oil Well Survey Company, Denver, Colo. Core tak- 
ing apparatus. 2,580,510, Jan. 1. 

Brady, Francis A., Canadaigua, assignor to Hickok Manu- 
facturing Company, Inc., Rochester. N. Y. Stitchless 
wallet construction. 2,607,384, Aug. 19. 

Brady, Francis E., Jr., Muncie, Ind. Portable exhaust 
gas conveyer. 2,598,884, June 3. 

Brady, Francis E., Jr., JIuncie, Ind. Fluid pressure sys- 
tem. 2,622,531, Dec. 23. 

Brady, Frank W., Scranton, Pa. Eye examining device 
having concave mirror. 2,582,227, Jan. 15. 

Brady, James M., West Long Branch, N. J., assignor to the 
United States of America as represented by the Secretary 
of the Army. Recording system. 2.601,247, June 24. 

Brady, James JM., West Long Branch, N, J. Mercurial 
minimum thermometer. 2,614,431, Oct. 21. 

Brady, James M,, West Long Branch, and W. D. Huston, 
Atlantic Highlands, N. J. Recording instrument. 
2,601,246, June 24, 

Brady, John A., Sr., Golden Meadow, La. Public utility 
service trailer. 2,620.201, Dec. 2. 

Brady, Merle C, San Diego, Calif., assignor to Consoli- 
dated Vultee Aircraft Corporation. Reducing propeller 
vibrational effects. 2,581,625. Jan. 8, 

Braegger, Carl, assignor to Ludi & Co., Flawil, Switzer- 
land. Cloth-covered button. 2,599,225, June 3. 

Braendel, Helmuth G. : See — 

Wilkening, Frederick W,, Braendel, and Engelhardt. 

Brager, Leif N,, Maplewood, and F. F. Borkmanu, Union, 
N. J., assignors to American Can Company, New 
York, N, Y. Feeding mechanism with gripping device. 
2,609,946, Sept. 9. 

Bragg, Herbert E. : See — 

Leslie, Fred D., Whitmore. and Bragg. 

Brahmer, Leland P., and R. P. Hanna, Wilkinsburg, as- 
signors to Westinghouse Electric Corporation. East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Trolley conductor insulator. 2.593,970, 
Apr. 22. 

Braibanti, Giuseppe and M., Milan, Italy. Kneading and 
pressing device for machines for making alimentary 
pastes. 2,620,752, Dec, 9. 

Braibanti, Mario : See — 

Braibanti, Giuseppe and M, 

Brailsford, Joseph D,, and E. B, Tass, Chelmsford, as- 
signors to Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Company Lim- 
ited, London, England. Radio direction finder. 
2.605,465, July 29. 

Brainerd, Arthur A., Norwood, Pa. Enclosed internally 
heated electric discharge lamp luminaire for variable 
temperature service. 2,610,289, Sept. 9. 

Bralthwaite. David G., assignor to National Aluminate 
Corporation, Chicago. 111. Preparation of silica-mag- 
nesia bead catalyst. 2,582,099, Jan. 8. 

Braithwaite, David G., and J, S. D'Amico, assignors to 
National Aluminate Corporation, Chicago, 111. Phenol- 
aldehyde-amine anion exchange resin. 2,582,098, 
Jan. 8. 

Braithwaite, George T., Miami, Fla. Detachable and 
releasable connector for fishing sinkers. 2,594,620, 
Apr. 29. 

Braithwaite, Isaac, & Son Engineers Limited, assignee : 
See — 

Walker, Thomas B. 

Brajer. Edwin J.. Maple Heights, assignor to The Brush 
Development Company, Cleveland. Ohio. Cementing 
ceramic transducers. 2,618.579, Nov. 18. 

Brake, Edgar R,, Columbus, Ohio, assignor to The Jeffrey 
Manufacturing Company. Grinder rotor. 2,583,319, 
Jan. 22. 

Brake. Richard H., Rawlins, Wyo. Switch means. 
2,603,673, July 15. 

Bralley, James A., Bristol, Pa., and P. B. Pope, Cuyahoga 
Falls, Ohio, assignors to The B. P. Goodrich Company, 
New York, N. Y. Di(alkenyl carbonate) esters of 
alkylidene bis-phenols. 2.587.437, Feb. 26. 

Bram. Alfred. Schlieren, near Zurich, assignor to Micafil 
A. -6., Zurich-Altstetten. Switzerland. Protective ar- 
rangement for electrical apparatus operating in an 
insulating liquid. 2,616.443. Nov. 4. 

Bram. Alfred. Schlieren, near Zurich, assignor to Micafil 
A,-G., Zurich-Altstetten, Switzerland. Apparatus for 
ironing insulated coils. 2.618.728. Nov. 18. 

Braman, Forest P., Wichita, Kans. Combination auto- 
matic clutch and variable-speed transmission. 2,585,732, 
Feb. 12. 

Bramann, George M., and J. L. Switzer. Niagara Falls, 
N. Y., assignors to Mathieson Chemical Corporation. 
Tank trailer for transporting gases. 2,603,497, July 15. 

Bramberry, Harry M„ deceased. New Castle, Ind. : H. M. 
Bramberry, Jr., administrator, assignor to himself. 
Low-pressure steam cooker. 2,622,591, Dec. 23. 

Bramberry, Harry M., Jr,, administrator, assignee : See — 
Bramberry, Harry M. 

Bramfitt, Thomas A., Watervliet, and E. C. Pfeffer. Jr., as- 
signors to Cluett, Peabody & Co.. Inc., Troy, N. Y. Sew- 
ing machine and sewing. 2,580,724, Jan, 1, 

Bramhall, Caryl C. and E. F. Sutherland, Ridgewood, 
N. J. Fire kindling device. 2,622,017. Dec. 16. 

Bramley, Arthur, Long Branch, N. J. Throttling process 
and device. 2,581,168 Jan. 1. 

Bramley, Jenny, Long Branch, N. J. Color television 
tube and process, 2,606,303, Aug, 5. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Bramley, Jenny, Long Branch, N. J. Secondary-electron- 
emitting surface. 2,620,287, Dec. 2. 

Brammer, Harry, Kirkstall. Leeds, England. Pedal re- 
flector. 2,592,238. Apr. 8. 

Bramiiiing, Carl, Anderson. Ind., assignor to Aladdin In- 
dustries, Incorporated, Chicago, 111. Attaching electric 
lamp sockets to tubular lamp bases. 2,596,006, May 6. 

Braniwyche, Peter L. : See — 

Bewley, Thomas, and Bramwyche. 

Branch, William F.. Buffalo, N. Y. Sun visor for motor 
vehicles. 2,599,809, June 10. 

Branchu, Paul J., Paris, assignor to Etablissements Merlin 
& Gerin-Soci^te Anonyme, Grenoble, France. Release 
mechanism. 2,580,511, Jan. 1. 

Branco, Osmario R., Santos, Brazil. Land and water 
vehicle. 2,606,519. Aug. 12. 

Brand, Robert A. : See — 

Edwards, Martin A., and Brand. 

Brand, Samuel, Binghamton, and F. T. Adams, Endicott, 
assignors to International Business Machines Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Multiplying and dividing ma- 
chine. 2,615,624. Oct. 28. 

Brand, William S., Chicago, 111. Rubber-faced bumper 
guard. 2,620,216, Dec. 2. 

Brandau, Karl J., Wheeling, W. Va., and R. L. Punk, 
Bellaire, Ohio. Pneumatic separator. 2,600,965, June 
17. 

Brandau, William E., Westwood, assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, Teterboro, N. J. Thermocouple 
means. 2.611,791. Sept. 23. 

Brandel, Leila C, Burbank, Calif. Hair curler. 2,620,807, 
Dec. 9. 

Brandenburg, Otto : See — 

V.'underlich, Johann F., and Brandenburg. 

Brandenburg, Stanley A. : See — 

Bickel. Clifford A.. Brandenburg, and Foster. 

Brander, Bertil J., Stockholm, Sweden. Motor-driven 
razor. 2,617,182. Nov. 11. 

Brandhandler. Filip. assignee : See — 
Denzler, Berthold. 

Brandin, Tore, assignor to Svenska Turbinfnbriks Aktie- 
bolaget Ljungstrom, Finspong, Sweden. Refrigerating 
machine or heat pump unit of the multiple compres- 
sion type. 2.086.454. Feb. 19. 

Brandner, John D., assignor to Atlas Powder Company, 
W'ilmington, Del. Aromatic ether-ester of diglycolic 
acid. 2,589,666, Mar. 18. 

Brandon, Clarence \V., Tallahassee. Fla., assignor of six- 
teen and two-thirds per cent to N. A. Harden, sixteen 
and two-thirds per cent to H. H. Wright, and sixteen and 
two-thirds per cent to C. H. Newton. Self-locking bolt 
or cap screw. 2,585.621, Feb. 12. 

Brandon. P'rank M., Anchorage, assignor to Consider H. 
Willet. Inc.. Louisville. Ky. Warp corrector for table 
tops. 2,602,718, July 8. 

Brandstad, Malte, Torshalla, Sweden. Sheet metal guide 
and support for vise jaws. 2,611,287. Sept. 23. 

Brandt, Adrianus. Eindhoven. Netherlands, assignor to 
Hartford National Bank and Trust Companv Hartford, 
Conn., as trustee. Oaugp 2.616.182. Nov." 4 

Brandt Automatic Cashier Company, assignee : See — 
Buchholz, Arnold R., and Barganz. 

Brandt, Axel H., Virginia, and A. J. Raasch. Mountain 
Iron, Minn. Safety device for cable tool drilling rigs. 
2,596,362, May 13. 

Brandt. Beuliih. TInadilla, Nebr. Hair-waving device. 
2,617,430 Nov. 11. 

Brandt. Carl D. : See — 

Dudley, John S., and Brandt. 

Brandt, Edgar W.. Geneva. Switzerland, assignor to 
Anstalt fur die Entwicklung von Erfindungen iind 
Gerwerblichen Anwendungen "Energa," Vaduz, Liechten- 
stein. Fuse. 2,595.757. Jfay 6. 

Brnndt, Edsar W., Geneva Switzerland, assignor to Anstalt 
fiir die Entwicklung von Erfindungen und Gewerblichen 
Anwendungen "Energa," Vaduz, Liechtenstein. Fuse. 
2,601,827. July 1. 

Brandt. Edgar W.. Geneva, Switzerland, assignor to An- 
stalt fiir die Entwicklung von Erfindungen und gewer- 
blichen .\nwpndun!;en "Energa," Vaduz,' L,iechteustpin. 
Proiectile, 2,613.605. Oct. 34. 

Br.nndt. Emil II., Davenport. Iowa. Pneumatic external 
draw lapping head. 2.603.044, July 15. 

Brandt. Francis L.. Glen Rock, assignor of one-half to 
W. C. Hand. IMountninside, N. J. Heel and shank lock 
for shoes. 2.614.343. Oct. 21. 

Brandt. Gustaf E.. Nol. assignor to Aktiebolaget Tudor, 
Stockholm. Sweden. Battery plate. 2.615.061. Oct. 21, 

Brandt. Gustaf E.. Nol, assignor to Aktiebolaget Tudor, 
Stockholm, Sweden. Electrode for galvanic cells. 
2,616.938. Nov. 4. 

Brandt, H. J., assignee : See — 
Knorr, Herman. Jr. 

Brandt, Henry E., North St. Paul, Minn. Hand-operated 
duster, 2,597,282, May 20. 

Brandt, ,T. P., Aktiebolag, assignee : See — 
Aulin, Tacre G. 

Brandt. John B.. H. J. Kelly and J. J. Burns. Chicago, HI. 
Mohile incinerator. 2,601,657, June 24. 

Brandt, John R. : See — 

Salerno, George F., and Brandt. 

Brandt. Preston L.. La Marque, assignor to Pan American 
Refining Corporation, Texas City, Tex. Plasticized bu- 
tadiene-acrylonitrile copolymers. 2,608,544. Aug. 26. 



Brandt, Richard J., Minneapolis, Minn. Latch mecha- 
nism. 2,593,971. Apr. 22. 

Brandt, Walter, Jersey City, N. J., assignor to Federal 
Telephone and Radio Corporation, New York, N. Y. Dial 
set for carrier or 2-wire lines. 2,610,256, Sept. 9. 

Brandt, Walter, Jersey City, and J. H. Brundage, West 
Caldwell, N. J., assignors to International Standard 
Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. Ringing equip- 
ment. 2,596,977, May 20. 

Brandt, Weldon H., Wilkinsburg, Pa., M. W. Rider, Mor- 
gantown, W. Va., and R. C. W'estphal, Pittsburgh, as- 
si.gnors to Westinghouse Electric Corporation, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Electrolytic method of removing 
burrs. 2.590,927, Apr. 1. 

Brandtjen, Henry A. : See — 

Kliige, Abel, and Brandtjen. 

Brandtjen and Kluge, Inc., assignee : See — 
Kluge, Abel, and Brandtjen. 

Brandvig, Lauren B., Minneapolis, Minn. Novelty toy 
spectacle. 2,598,107, May 27. 

Brandvold, Carl S., Cut Bank, Mont. Auto tire nonskid 
device. 2,596,096, May 13. 

Brannam, Hal C, Tulsa, Okla. Rotary pump with fluid 
container for lavatory. 2,607,043, Aug. 19. 

Brannen, Cecil, assignee : See — 
McDonald, Taylor M. 

Brannen, W'iley W., assignor of one-half to A. A. Dorman, 
Statesboro, Ga. Hydraulic brake adjuster. 2,588,955, 
Mar. 11. 

Brannock, Kent C, Klngsport, Tenn,, assignor to Eastman 
Kodak Company, Rochester. N. Y. Preparation of or- 
ganic thiophosphates. 2.622,095, Dec. 16. 

Branson, Charles D., assignor to Robertshaw-Fulton Con- 
trols Companv, Knoiville, Tenn. Mixing valve. 

2.584.417, Feb. 5. 

Branson, Charles D., assignor to Hobertshaw-Fulton Con- 
trols Company, Knoxville, Tenn. Constant flow valve. 

2.584.418. Feb. 5. 

Branson, Charles D., assignor to Robertshaw-Fulton Con- 
trols Company, Knoxville, Tenn. Thermostatically 
actuated pilot operated valve. 2.584,419, Feb. 5. 

Branson, Charles D., assignor to Robertshaw-Fulton Con- 
trols Company, Knoxville, Tenn. Mixing valve. 
2,584,420, Feb. 5. 

Branson. Charles D.. assignor to Robertshaw-Fulton Con- 
trols Company. Knoxville, Tenn. Constant flow valve 
mechanism. 2.587,815, Mar. 4. 

Branson. Charles D.. Knoxville, Tenn., assignor to Robert- 
shaw-Fulton Controls Company. Hydraulic control for 
automatic washing machines. 2.607,207, Aug. 19. 

Branson, Edward H., assignor to General Railway Signal 
Companv. Rochester, N. Y. Wire terminal and insulat- 
ing sleeve. 2,592,788, Apr. 15. 

Branson, James D.. Casper, W^vo. Bumper seat for auto- 
mobiles. 2.612,207, Sept. 30. 

Branson, Nathan E.. assignor to E. C. Matignon. Oakland, 
Calif. Frog making machine. 2,594,119, Apr. 22. 

Branson. Paul : See — 

Warren. Dennis E., and Branson. 

Branstrator. Wayne P.. Fort Wayne. Ind.. H. J. Rabb, 
Detroit, Mich., and A. G. Mess. Dayton, Ohio ; said Mess 
assignor to said Branstrator and said Rabb. Building 
unit. 2.616,283, Nov. 4. 

Brant, Arthur A., Clarkdale, Ariz., assignor to Newmont 
Mining Corporation, New York, N. Y. Resistivity 
method for determining ore continuity. 2,599,688, 
June 10. 

Brant, Arthur A., Toronto, Ontario. Canada, assignor to 
Geophysical Exploration Company, New York. N. X. 
Drill hole magnetometer apparatus. 2,599,687, .Tune 10. 

Brant. Arthur A.. Toronto. Ontario. Canada, and E. A. 
Gilbert. Lake Hiawatha, N. .7.. assignors, b.v mesne as- 
signments, to Geophysical Exploration Companv. Geo- 
physical exploration. 2.611.004, Sept. 16. 

Brant, David O., Beverly Hills, Calif. Rotary pump 
piston. 2.605,715, Aug. 5. 

Brantford Co.Tch and Body Limited, assignee: See — 
Gurton. William S., and Nyberg. 

Brasch. Arno. Brooklyn. N. Y.. assignor to Electronized 
Chemicals Corporation. Window structui'e for cathode- 
ray tubes. 2,617,953. Nov. 11. 

Brasch. Jerome F. : See — 

Siefker. Joseph A., and Brasch. 

Brasco Manufacturing Company, assignee: See — 
Bosshard, John J. 

Braselton. Chester H., New York, N. Y. Cosmetic applica- 
tor. 2.595.635. May 6. 

Braselton, Chester H.. New York. N. Y. Cartridge-type 
lipstick. 2,609,092, Sept. 2. 

Braselton, Chester H., New York, N. Y. Cartridge lipstick. 
2.612.990. Oct. 7. 

Braselton, Chester H., New York, N. Y. Nonretractablfe 
lipstick. 2.612.991. Oct. 7. 

Brasington. Harold W., Darlington, S. C. Aerial game 
device. 2.616.697, Nov. 4. 

Braskamp, Willem H.. Voorburg. Netherlands. Window or 
wall ventilator. 2,611,608, Sept. 23. 

Braski, Raymond J., and F. C. Schwaueke, assignors to 
Dormever Corporation, Chicago, 111. Cooking utensil. 
2,597,695. May 20. 

Brassel, Jakob : See — 

Widmer, Willy, and Brassel. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Drill press. 2,580,398, 



fish- 
and 



Brassert, H. A., & Company, assignee : See — 
Brassert, Herman A. 
De Jahn, Fredrik W., 
Kling, Fred E. 

Brassert, Herman A., Washingtoji, Conn., assignor to H. 
A. Brassert & Company, New York, N. Y. Cylindrical 
converter. 2,599,158, June 3. 

Brastad, William A., Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to Gen- 
eral Mills, Inc. Reel stop and drive. 2,622,812, Dec. 23. 

Brasv^ell, James W., Jr., Wilmington, N. C. Ice-making 
machine. 2,590,499, Mar. 25. 

Braswell, Roy A., Alderson, Okla 
Jan. 1. 

Bratis, Harry : See — 

Hein, Louis T., and Bratis. 

Bratland, Gustave C. : See — 

Johnson, Charley B., and Bratland. 

Brattain, Walter H. : See — 

Bardeen. John, and Brattain. 
Klein, Norman E., and Brattain. 

Brattain, Walter H., Chatham, N. J., and N. E. Klein, 
Garden City, and M. S. Richardson. Huntington, N. Y., 
assignors to the United States of America as represented 
by the Secretary of the Navy. Magnetometer head. 
2,605,344, July 29. 

Bratton, Robert A., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
The Brush Development Company, Cleveland, Ohio. In- 
dexing system. 2,610,062, Sept. 9. 

Bratton, Samuel M., assignor to The Pusey & Jones Corpo- 
ration. Wilmington, Del. Suction box connection to 
manifold. 2,608,913, Sept. 2. 

Bratz, Otto J., Adrian, Mich., assignor to American Chain 
& Cable Company, Inc., Bridgeport, Conn. Degreasing 
machine. 2,595.920, May 6. 

Brauer, Walter, Corpus Christi, Tex. Making window 
frames. 2.620,551, Dec. 9. 

Brauer, Walter, Ingleside, Tex. Prefabricated building 
structure. 2.020,651, Dec. 9. 

Brauer, William F., Pasadena, Calif. Fishing rod support. 
2,599,160, June 3. 

Braukus, Joseph, Wallace, Idaho. Protector for 
hooks. 2,623.321, Dec. 30. 

Braumiller, Raymond S., Dallas, Tex. Chain link 
chain device formed therewith. 2,602,345, July 8. 

Braun, Alfred E.. assignee : See — 
Weltlich, Robert T. 

Braun, Anita M.. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Oil treat 
ment device. 2,604.993, July 29. 

Braun. C. F., & Co., assignee : See — 
Haynes, Charles L. 
Haynes, Charles L., and Breer. 

Braun, Elmer S.. St. Louis, Mo. 
applicator. 2,600.197. June 10. 

Braun, Emil A., Bloomfield, N. J. 

cial development of germ organisms? 
29. 

Braun, Frank C, New York, N. Y. Floral spray. 
2.618,901. Nov. 25. 

Braun, Karl F., Clairton, and G. T. GriflSths. McKeesport, 
Pa., assignors to United States Steel Company. Scraper 
for river bottoms. 2,606.375. Aug. 12. 

Braun, Karl J.. Glenbrook, and F. Miller, Jr., Springdale, 
Conn., assignors to Remington Rand Inc., New York, 
N. Y. Sensing mechanism. 2,589.987, Mar. 18. 

Braun, Moodie E., Sr., assignor of thirty-three and one- 
third per cent to S. Braun, Phoenix, Ariz., and thirty- 
three and one-third per cent to R. T. Fickett. Three- 
dimensional sign letter. 2,584,253, Feb. 5. 

Braun, Orville A., Los Angeles, Calif. Combination comb 
and liquid dispenser. 2.591,125. Apr. 1. 

Braun, Ottwln L., Pittsburgh, assignor to Reliance Steel 
Products Company, McKeesport, Pa. Curb and gutter 
form. 2,586.912. Feb. 26. 

Braun. Philip N., Syracuse, N. Y. Printing machine for 
marldng articles. 2,603,152, July 1.5. 

Braun, Philip N., Syracuse, N. Y. Printed tag receiver 
for tag printing machines. 2,611,314, Sept. 23. 

Braun, Philip N., Inc., assignee : See — 
Petermann, Otto, and Kosmer. 

Braun, Richard T., Port Arthur. Tex., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Mathieson Cliemical Corporation, New 
York. N. Y. Vaporizing and burning sulfur. 2,595,447, 
May 6. 

Braun, Rudolf JM.. New York 
2.614,428. Oct. 21. 

Braun, Suzanne, assignee : See — 
Braun, Moodie E., Sr. 

Braunberger, Rav A.. Chicago, 111 
means. 2,610.862. Sept. 16. 

Braund. John J., Washington, D 

charting geographical profile. 2,589,923, Mar. 1 

Brauner. Ernest. St. Louis, and M. J. Denning, St. Charles, 
assignors to The Emerson Electric Manufacturing Com- 
pany. St. Louis, JIo. Electric iron. 2,589,040, Mar. 11. 

Braunsdorff, Reginald K.. East Orange, assignor to Tung- 
Sol Lamp Works. Inc., Newark. N. J. Prefocused head- 
lamp bulb mounting. 2,610,290, Sept. 9. 

Braunstein, Raymond Jr. : See — 
Waber. Donald, and Braunstein. 

Braunwalder. John, Glendale, and E. Meyer, Los Angeles, 
Calif. ; said Braunwalder assignor to said Meyer. 
Pood chopper. 2,582,475, Jan. 15. 

Braverman, Irving L., Brooklyn, N. Y. Garment bag. 
2,606,636, Aug. 12. 



Paint container and 

Apparatus for artifi- 
2,583,993. Jan. 



N. Y. Psychrometer. 



Fifth wheel locking 
Apparatus for 



Bray, Arthur, Sacramento, Calif. Lubricator. 2,593,972, 
Apr. 22. 

Bray, Ellis E., Cedar Hill, Tex. Fluorometer for measure- 
ment of fluorescence of uneven surfaces. 2,593,391. 
Apr. 15. 

Bray, Malcolm D., Noblesville. assignor to Eli Lilly and 
Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Methylation of curare. 
2,581,903, Jan. 8. 

Bray, Malcolm D., Noblesville, assignor to Eli Lilly and 
Company, Indianapolis, Ind. Solutions of barbituric 
compounds. 2,605,209, July 29. 

Braybrook, Victor W., Hounslow, England. Sash con- 
struction. 2,589,924, Mar. 18. 

Brazukas, Joseph A., Gary, Ind. Flexible joint. 2,587,962, 
Mar. 4. 

Breakey, Norman J., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Price tag 
or ticket holder. 2,592,386, Apr. 8. 

Breakiron, Harold M., Washington, D. C. Lamp stand 
and tripod. 2,611,571. Sept. 23. 

Brearton, John L., Savanna, 111. Film loading guide. 
2,608,357, Aug. 26. 

Breaux, Neil T., Houston, Tex. Packer for wells. 
2,600,468, June 17. 

Breazeale, James H., Jr., St. Louis, Mo. Airplane with 
detachable fuselage. 2,597,563, May 20. 

Brecht, Frederich L., San Francisco, Calif. Expansible 
bracelet. 2,591,778, Apr. 8. 

Brecht. Winston A., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Loco- 
motive structure. 2,610,585, Sept. 16. 

Brechting, Alfred P. : See — 

Vanden Bos, Donald, and Brechting. 

Breck, Luther A., Jr., Wellesley, assignor to Bandwagon 
Manufacturing, Inc., Boston, JIass. Bird feeder. 
2,591,126, Apr. 1. 

Breckenridge. Frank, assignor to Automatic Washer Com- 
pany, Newton, Iowa. Appliance handle joint. 2,580,725, 
Jan. 1. 

Brecknell, Munro & Rogers Limited, assignee : See — 
Dolman, Henry J. 

Breda, Inc.. assignee : See — 
Koster, Curtis M. 

Bredehoft, Harold A., Millington, and M. S. Richardson, 
Summit, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, 
Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Telephone ringer. 
2,590,500, Mar. 25. 

Breden, Calvin R. : See — 

Stammer, William C, and Breden. 

Breeden, Francis C. : See — 

Bohlke, Paul G., and Breeden. 

Breeden, Francis C, Bayside, N. Y., assignor to Sylvania 
Electric Products Inc. Cathode-ray tube. 2,604,599, 
July 22. 

Breedlove, Harry B. : See — 

Frazier, Robert L., and Breedlove. 

Breedlove, Harry B., Baton Rouge, La. Liquid level and 
flow control. 2,599,159, June 3. 

Breedlove. Harry B., and H. G. Abbott. Baton Rouge, La., 
assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. 
Fluid sampling equipment. 2,608,866, Sept. 2. 

Breedlove. Sam H., Columbus, Ga. Casting fish reel with 
level winding mechanism. 2,610,809, Sept. 16. 

Breen, Frederick M.. White Plains, N. Y. Cosmetic con- 
tainer 2,588,511, Mar. 11. 

Breen, Henry D., assignor to Union Asbestos & Rubber 
Companv, Chicago, 111. Ventilation control mechanism. 
2,587,028. Feb. 26. 

Breene. George A. : See — • 

Garratt. Louis D., and Breene. 

Breer, Carl Grosse Pointe, Mich. Route indicator. 
2,618.088. Nov. 18. 

Breer. Carl, Grosse Pointe, assignor to Chrysler Corpora- 
tion, Highland Park, Mich. Power transmission. 
2.620,678, Dec. 9. 

Breer. Henry W. : See — 

Haynes, Charles L., and Breer. 

Brees, Clarence W., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, assignor to The 
B F. Goodrich Company. New York. N. Y. Adhering 
fabric to rubber. 2.611.721. Sept. 23. 

Breese Burners. Inc.. assignee : See — 
Breese. James L. 

Breese James L.. assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Breese Burners. Inc.. Santa Fe, N. Mex. Metering valve 
for liquid fuel burners. 2,585,431, Feb. 12. 

Breese. James L., assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Breese Burners, Inc., Santa Pe, N. Mex. Pot type 
burner with overhead feed. 2,586,779, Feb. 26. 

Breese James L.. assignor to Breese Burners, Inc., Santa 
Fe N. Mex. Portable military burner unit. 2,595,448, 
May 6. _, 

Breese, Lemuel R.. and H. H. Brewer, assignors to The 
North Electric Manufacturing Company. Gallon Ohio. 
Supervisory control system safeguard. 2,616,959, Nov. 4. 

Breetz. Louis D., Washington, D. C. Jogged wave guide 
ring type radio-frequency rotary joint. 2,595,186, Apr. 
29. 

Breeze Corporations, Inc., assignee : See — 
Picciano. Michael A. 
Strunk, Kenith G. 

Brgguet, Louis, Paris, France. Apparatus of the gyro- 
plane type. 2,587,104, Feb. 26. 

Br^guet, Louis, Paris, France. Power transmission 
means for coaxial gyroplane rotors. 2,596,363, May 13. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Breguet, Louis, and K. Devillers, Paris, France ; said De- 
villers assignor to said Breguet. Speed and acceleration 
actuated power plant control means. 2,613,750, Oct. 
14. 
Brehm, Harold B., Lyndhurst, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Cavity resonator mode suppression means. 2,593,095, 
Apr. 15. 
Brehob, Edward C, Indianapolis, Ind. Air bleed struc- 
ture for automatically controlling air and fuel ratio in 
carburetors at varying engine speeds. 2,609,188, 
Sept. 2. 
Breht, Walter J., assignor to The General Tire & Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Apparatus for folding the ends 
of a fabric band over the end shoulders of a tire build- 
ing drum. 2,608,497, Aug. 26. 
Breier. Marcus, assignor to Marcus Breier Sons, Inc., 
Amsterdam, N. Y. Garment construction. 2,614,258, 
Oct. 21. 
Breier, Marcus, Sons, Inc., assignee : See — 
Breier, Marcus. 
Fitch, Albert R. 
Breisch, Edgar W., Edgewood, and G. W. McKenna, Penn 
Township, Allegheny County, Pa., assignors to Westing- 
house Air Brake Company. Control apparatus for tele- 
phone systems. 2,592,650, Apr. 15. 
Breit, Robert J.. San Antonio, Tex., and H. C. Schroeder, 
Parma, assignors to Jack & Heintz Precision Industries, 
Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Control valve. 2,588,202, Mar. 4. 
Breitenbucher, Harold : See — 

Counts, Everett T., and Breitenbucher. 
Breitenstein, Charles T., assignor of one-half to R. T. 
Moloney, Chicago, 111. Movable sheet production- 
control device with sheet guiding means. 2,600,153, 
June 10. 
Breither, Robert H. : See — 

Collins, Edward J., Breither and Pearl. 
Hooker, Donald E., and Breither. 
Breivogel. Philip J. : See — 

Sondern, Clarence W., and Breivogel. 
Brekke, Stanley T., Mcintosh, Minn. Adjustable sickle 

hold-down. 2,601,754, July 1. 
Brelde, Oliver R., assignor to M and B Metal Products 
Company. Biimingham, Ala. Machine for straighten- 
ing and cutting wire. 2,612,912, Oct. 7. 
Brelsford, Clarence A.. Grants Pass, Oreg. Center finder 

and indicator. 2,621,420, Dec. 16. 
Brelsford, Harlin A., Haddon Heights, N. J., assignor to 
Radio Corporation of America. Shaft coupling. 
2.590.287. Mar. 25. 
Brelsford, Harry E., Hale, Mich., assignor to Diamond 
Power Specialty Corporation. Multiport water level 
indicator. 2,603,090, July 15. 
Brelsford, Harry W.. Santa Barbara, Calif. Sight and 

action cover for guns. 2,599.689, June 10. 
Brelsford, Harry W., Santa Barbara, Calif. Insulated 

air mattress. 2,620.493, Dec. 9. 
Breithaupt, Paul T. : See — 

Tressler. Donald K.. and Breithaupt. 
Breman, Frank J., Chicago, 111. Continuous feeder. 

2,583,506, Jan. 22. 
Bremer, Fred H., Nanuet. N. Y. Extensible garment 

hanger. 2.620,102, Dec. 2. 
Bremer, Frederick J.. Hamilton, and G. J. Bauer. Cincin- 
nati, assignors to The Mosler Safe Company, Hamilton, 
Ohio. Safe lock. 2,609,679, Sept. 9. 
Bremer, Norman C, assignor to Morse Chain Company, 
Ithaca, N. Y. Guide link for silent chains. 2,602.344, 
July 8. 

Bremer, Robert D.. assignor to General Motors Corpora- 
tion, Dayton. Ohio. Electrical heating unit. 2,618,731, 
Nov. 18. 

Bremer, Rudolf C, Zurich, Switzerland. Forming flexible 
endless tubes. 2,589.041, Mar. 11. 

Bremer. Rudolf C, Zurich. Switzerland. Apparatus for 
making flexible endless tubes. 2.617.335, Nov. 11. 

Brenchley, George S., and S. Gorwltz, Oshkosh, Wis. 
Automatic slide projector. 2,584,421, Feb. 5. 

Brenemnn. Chas. W.. Co.. The. assignee : See — 
Judd. Charles M. 

Brenholdt, Irving R., assignor to Standard Oil Company, 
Chicago. 111. Pipe line cleaner and locator. 2,601,248 
June 24. 

Brenholdt, Irving R., assignor to Standard Oil Company, 
Chicago, m. Pipe line scraper and location transmitter. 
2,601,249, June 24. 

Brenn, Carl W., Molitclair, assigner to Autographic Reg- 
ister Company, Hoboken, N. J. Manifolding. 2,605,120, 
July 29. 

Brennan. Elmer W., and N. D. Williams, assignors to The 
Pure Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Detergent oil composi- 
tion and the method for its preparation. 2,582,958, 
Jan. 22. 

Brennan, Ethel E., Billings, Mont. Tieback for curtains 
and drapes. 2,620,870, Dec. 9. 

Brennan, Frank. Elizabeth, N. J. Lure holder for fisher- 
men. 2,583,680, Jan. 29. 

Brennan, John E., Chicago, 111. Artificial denture and 
retainer therefor. 2,599,044, June 3. 

Brennan, Joseph B., Bratenahl, Ohio. Bonding steel to 
silver. 2,580.652. .Tan. 1. 

Brennan, Joseph B., Bratenahl, Ohio, assignor to E. D. 
McCurdy. trustee. Screen stencil. 2,592,789, Apr. 15. 



Brennan, Joseph B., Bratenahl, Ohio. Preparing a blank 
for a conically shaped diaphragm. 2,596,364, May 13. 

Brennan, Joseph B., Bratenahl, Ohio. Electrolytic cell 
sealing means. 2,602,832, July 8. 

Brennan, Joseph B., Bratenahl, Ohio, assignor to E. D. 
McCurdy, trustee. Electrode and terminal assembly for 
electrolytic devices and making same. 2,604,517, July 
22. 

Brennan. Joseph B., Bratenahl, Ohio, assignor to E. D. 
McCurdy. trustee. Electrode for electrolytic devices and 
making same. 2,616,165, Nov. 4. 

Brennan, Joseph B., Cleveland, Ohio. Electrode and elec- 
trolytic condenser. 2,580,399, Jan. 1. 

Brennan, Joseph B., Cleveland, Ohio. Making compact 
metal strip and electrode produced therefrom. 
2,582,744, Jan. 15. 

Brennan. Joseph B.. Cleveland, Ohio. Electrode and mak- 
ing same. 2,584,980, Feb. 12. 

Brennan, Joseph B., Cleveland, Ohio. Making acoustic 
diaphragms. 2,596,645, May 13. 

Brennan, Joseph B., Cleveland, Ohio. Electrolytic cell. 
2,602,843. July 8. 

Brennan, Joseph B., Cleveland. Ohio. Storage battery 
electrode. 2,610,220. Sept. 9. 

Brennan, Joseph B., Cleveland, Ohio. Making loud-speaker 
diaphragms. 2,619,012, Nov. 25. 

Brennan, Joseph H., Niagara Falls, N. Y., assignor to 
Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. Ferrochrome- 
silicon-aluminum alloy. 2,608,482, Aug. 26. 

Brennan, Robert M., Cleveland, Ohio. Apparatus for 
making metal strips. 2,598,344, May 27. 

Brenneke, Arthur M., New Castle, assignor to Perfect Cir- 
cle Corporation, Hagerstown. Ind. Cylinder bore con- 
tour gauge. 2,621,416. Dec. 16. 

Brenneman, Walter E., York, Pa. Hood hinge spring 
remover. 2,589,042, Mar. 11. 

Brenner, Ivan G. : See — 

Stream, Ralph M., and Brenner. 

Brenner, John, Los Angeles, and J. C. Nyberg, North Holly- 
wood, Calif. ; said Nyberg assignor to said Brenner. 
Pocket name imprinter. 2,623,460, Dec. 30. 

Brenner, Ivan G., Newark, Ohio, assignor to Owens- 
Corning Piberglas Corporation. Method and apparatus 
for making glass fiber textile slivers. 2,607,167, Aug. 
19. 

Brenner, Ray A., and M. J. Planeaux, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to New Castle Products, Inc., New Castle, 
Ind. Foldable closure. 2,584,111, Feb. 5. 

Brent. Allen D.. assignor to Southern Fertilizer & Chemical 
Company. Savannah, Ga. Longitudinally and trans- 
versely adjustable conveyer. 2,609,076. Sept. 2. 

Brepson, Roland : See — 

Drisch. Nicolas, and Brepson. 

Brereton, Christopher F.. assignor to Vickers-Armstrongs 
Limited, London, England. Hoist for conveying loads 
to moving platforms. 2,587.690. Mar. 4. 

Brereton, Christopher F., assignor to Vickers-Armstrongs 
Limited, London, England. Gun loading mechanism. 
2,592,790. Apr. 15. 

Bresciani. Peter J.. New York. N. Y. Machine for as- 
sembling and securing parts. 2,602,562. July 8. 

Breslav. Jack, New Haven, Conn. Grapple. 2.618,502, 
Nov. 18. 

Breslav. Jack, New Haven, Conn. Grapple. 2,623,776, 
Dee. 30. 

Bresnahan, James B., Fitzsimons, Colo. Grooving attach- 
ment for resawing machines. 2,596,365, May 13. 

Bretcher. Fred C. : See — 

Gardner. Ray D.. Jr.. and Bretcher. 

Bretschneider, Curt, Philadelphia. Pa. Individually 
swingable driven axle. 2,612.231, Sept. 30. 

Bretschneider, Curt. Philadelphia, Pa. Clutch operator. 
2,621.524. Dec. 16. 

Brett. Robert J. : See — 

Woznuk, Edward A., and Brett. 

BrettPll. George A., Jr. : See — 

Hisserich. Charles A., and Brettell. 

Bretton, Ren6, Saint-Etienne. assignor to Etablissements 
Vermot-Gaud & Cie. Montlebon-Morteau, France. Stock 
and barrel connection in guns. 2,598,885, June 3. 

Bretz, Prank E., Jr., Oak Park, assignor to Ajax-Consoli- 
dated Company, Chicago, 111. Hand brake for railway 
cars. 2,620,681, Dec. 9. 

Breuer Electric Manufacturing Company, assignee: See — 
Breuer, Grant W., Drewes, and Lambeau. 
Breuer, Gr.int W.. and Lanter. 
Drewes, Menks. Jr., and Lambeau. 

Breuer. Frederick W., Lititz, and D. T. Zentmyer, Lan- 
caster Township, Lancaster County, assignors to Arm- 
strong Cork Company, Lancaster, Pa. Treatment of 
montan wax. 2.586.780, Feb. 26. 

Breuer, Grant W., Northbrook. and C. W. Lanter. Bartlett, 
assignors to Breuer Electric Manufacturing Company, 
Chicago, 111. Draft apolving tool for portable motor- 
blower units. 2.586.145. Feb. 19. 

Breuer. Grant W., Northbrook. and C. W. Lanter, Bartlett, 
assignors to Breuer Electric Mfg. Company. Chicago. 
111. Manually supported blower for cleaning floors 
and the like. 2,598.499, May 27. 

Breuer. Grant W., Wilmette", M. Drewes. Jr., and B. 
Lambeau, assignors to Breuer Electric Manufacturing 
Company, Chicago, HI. Coupling for brush backs. 
2,607,603, Aug. 19. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Breuer, Vladimir, Flushing, N. Y. Window. 2,593,258, 
Apr. 15. 

Breuer, William R. H., St. Albans. N. X. Fishing device. 
2,594,387, Apr. 29. 

Breuers, Theo P. C, and T. H. Linthout, Venlo, Nether- 
lands, assignors to Chemische Fabiiek L. Van Der Grin- 
ten. Exposure apparatus for photographic contact 
printing on rotary cylinders. 2.&00,469, June 17. 

Breuers, Theo P. C, and T. H. Linthout, Venlo. Nether- 
lands, assignors to Chemische Fabriek L. Van Der Grin- 
ten. Automatic exposure apparatus for making photo- 
graphic prints. 2,600,470, June 17. 

"Brevets Aero-Meeaniques," S. A., assignee: See — 
Kuyvenhoven, Arend W. 
Maillard, Bernard. 

Brew, Lewis J., Rochester, N. Y. Door and window 
trim. 2,582.765, Jan. 15. 

Brewen, William M., San Jose, Calif. Frame for vehicles. 
2,589,043. Mar. 11. 

Brewer, Alan W., Oxford, and C. A. Jarman, Westminster. 
London, England. Apparatus for the measurement of 
magnetic fields. 2,600,229. Aug. 5. 

Brewer, Alexander F., Lynbrook, N. Y., assignor to The 
Sperry Corporation. Ultrahigh-frequency apparatus. 
2.587,590, Mar. 4. 

Brewer, Carlos W., Fort Worth, Tex. 
chine. 2,580,726, Jan. 1. 

Brewer, Gene L., Washington, D. C. 
keyer. 2,611,034, Sept, 16. 

Brewer, Howard PI, : See — 

Breese. Lemuel R., and Brewer. 

Brewer, Robert F,, Quakertown, Pa., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York. N. Y. Ap- 
paratus for coating beads. 2,597,613, May 20. 

Brewer, Robert F., Quakertown, Pa., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Ap- 
paratus for severing metallic material. 2,621,277, 
Dec. 9. 

Brewer, Robert F. 
Emmaus, Pa. 
Incorporated, 



Bun forming ma- 
Electronic diplex 



Qualvertown, and C. W, Henderson, 
assignors to Western Electric Company, 
New York, N. Y. Material ejecting and 



feeding apparatus. 2,587.284, Feb. 

Brewer, Stuart D„ Burnt Hills, N. Y. 
Electric Company. Preparation 
silane. 2,594,860, Apr. 29. 

Brewer. Stuart D.. Burnt Hills, N. Y'. 



26. 

assignor to General 
of phenyltrichloro- 

. assignor to General 
Electric Company, Preparing organohalogenosilanes. 
2.600,198, June 10. 

Brewer-Titchener Corporation, The, assignee : See — 
Card, Charles S. 

Brewer, Wilbur A„ Los Angeles, Calif. Drawer construc- 
tion. 2,587.691, Mar, 4, 

Brewster, Albert, assignor of one-fourth to J. M. Rutter, 
one-fourth to F. W. Fitzgerald. Sr., Bowling Green, 
and one-fourth to C. L. Davis, Perry, Mo. Gear box. 
2„591,127, Apr, 1. 

Brewster, Donald B. : See — 

Gollwitzer, Walter T.. and Brewster. 

Brewster, Franklin C, Franklin Park, assignor to Mo- 
torola, Inc., Chicago, III. Identifying marker using di- 
chromatic material. 2.619,932, Dee. 2. 

Brewster, Oswild C, Litchfield, Conn. Automatic force- 
balance system. 2,588.800. Mar. 11, 

Brewster, Oswald C„ Litchfield, Conn. High-speed rotor. 
2,603.539. July 15, 

Brewster, William H.. Spokane, Wash. Extensible 
scaffold. 2,600.199, June 10. 

Breyer Ice Cream Company, assignee : See — 
Tardiff. Roy O, 

Breyfogle, Roy H., assignor to Alton Box Board Company, 
Alton, 111, Cylinder papermaking machine. 2,609,732, 
Sept. 9. 

Breyfogle, Roy H., and R. F. Hollis, assignors to Alton 
Box Board Company. Alton. Ill: Cylinder type paper 
machine. 2.590.288. Mar. 25. 

Bfeiek, Rudolf. Prague-Smichov, assignor to Tatra narodni 
podnik, Koprivnice, Czechoslovakia. Rear fender accom- 
modation of radiator for rear engine vehicles. 2,581,072, 
Jan. 1. 

Bi?ezek, Rudolf, Prague-Smichov, assignor to Tatra 
narodni podnik. Koprivnice. Czechoslovakia. Air inlet 
structure for the engine compartment of streamlined 
vehicles having rear engines. 2,585,220 Feb, 12. 

Briant, Raymond C, Baltimore, Md„ assignor to The 
Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. 
Chlorlnation of butadiene polymers and copolymers. 
2.581,927, Jan. 8. 

Briee, Loyd J., Portland, Oreg. Holster. 2,601,586, June 
24. 

Brice. Thomas J. : See — 

Simons. Joseph H., and Brice. 

Brichard, Edgard : See — 

Henry, Georges, Brichard, and Delacuvellerie. 

Brichard, Edgard, Jumet, assignor to Union des Verreries 
Mecaniques Beiges, S. A., Chai-leroi, Belgium, Ap- 
paratus for loading and conveying glass sheets, 
2,601,929, July 1, 

Brickler, Andrew R., Atlanta. Ga. Mechanical edging and 
grooving tool. 2,617.336. Nov. 11. 

Brickman, Alan E., Worcester. Mass., assignor to United 
States Steel Company. Heat transfer unit. 2,620,170, 
Dec. 2. 

Brickman. Herman. New York, N. Y. Shoe display form. 
2,602,943, July 15. 



Bricout, Marie L.. Baliseul. Luxembourg. Sealed metallic 

container. 2,619,255, Nov. 25. 
Bridenbaugh. Paul K.. and F. A. Jansen, assignors to 

Webster-Chicago Corporation, Chicago, 111. Record 

adapter. 2,585,622, Feb. 12. 
Bridevaux, Georges, assignor to Tavannes Watch Co. 

S. A., Tavannes, Switzerland. Overwinding preventer. 

2,599,161, June 3. 
Bridevaux, Georges, assignor to Tavannes Watch Co. 

S. A., Tavannes. Switzerland. Automatic winding time- 
piece. 2,623,349, Dec. 30. 
Bridge, Edward W., Philadelphia. Pa. Machine for filling 

containers with semiliquid products. 2,605,948, Aug. 5. 
Bridge. Richard B. : See — 

Von Wald. Walter A., Jr., Marshall, and Bridge. 
Bridgefield, Guillermo P., Mexico City, Mexico. -4xially 

movable rotary plug. 2,612,341, Sept. 30. 
assig-nee : See — 



assignor to S. C. Johnson & Son, 
Composition for killing weeds. 



See- 



Bridgeman, Reather H., 
Hardee. Daniel B. 
Bridgeman, Walter A., 
Inc.. Racine, Wis. 
2,580,653, Jan. 1. 
Bridgeport Brass Company, assignee : 
Brown, Gregory. 
Efford. John T. 
Hiertz, Arthur J. 
Loven, Nils O,. and Efford. 
Mayer, Charles II. 
Tuttle, Wainwright, and Loven, 
Bridges, E. T,, assignee : See — 

Cole, Joseph B. 
Bridges, Jack E., Cicero, 111., assignor to Zenith Radio 
Corporation. Self-sustaining sawtooth current genera- 
tor. 2,591,914, Apr. 8. 
Bridges, Jack E., Cicero, 111., assignor to Zenith Radio 
Corporation. Synchronized oscillator 'Sircuit. 2,593,005, 
Apr. 15^ 
Bridges, Jack E., Chicago, 111., assignor to Zenith Radio 
Corporation. Television size-control circuit, 2,606,306, 
Aug. 5. 
Bridges, John H., Atlanta, Ga,, assignor to National In- 
ventions Corporation, Fluorescent tube lighting system 
and apparatus. 2.611.885, Sept. 23. 
Bridges, John H., Fairburn, Ga,, assignor to National 
Inventions Corporation. Luminescent tube system and 
apparatus. 2,615,067. Oct, 21. 
Bridges, Robert, New Rochelle, assignor to Air Reduction 
Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Production 
of carbon dioxide. 2,593,530. Apr. 22. 
Bridges, Robert G., San Carlos, Calif. Roller screen. 

2,595,508, May 6. 
Bridgewater Machine Tool Co., The, assdgnee : See — 

Kiehl, Arthur H, 
Bridwell, Gail L., Santa Ana, Calif. Portable power saw 

guide and supporting means. 2,596,524, May 13. 
Bridwell, John W., Peoria, 111,, assignor to Caterpillar 
Tractor Co., San Leandro, Calif. One-way band brake. 
2,596.203, May 13. 
Bridwell, John W.. and M. M. Coker, assignors to Cater- 
pillar Tractor Co., Peoria, 111, Automatic flow control 
mechanism for hydraulic power circuit. 2,621,478, 
Dec. 16. 
Briechle. Ambrosius, Brooklyn, assignor to Remington 
Rand Inc., New York, N. Y. Copy table for document 
photographing machines. 2,608,407, Aug. 26. 
Brieghel-Miiller, Arne V., Gentofte, assignor to Aktiesel- 
skabet De Danske Sukkerfabrikker, Copenhagen, Den- 
mark, Defecating process and apparatus. 2,610,929, 
Sept. 1 0. 
Brlem, Eggert V., Forty Fort, Pa. Loop forming device 

for stitch forming mechanism. 2,599,226, June 3. 
Bri&re, Jean, Vichy, France. Apparatus for sound re- 
cording and reproduction on films. 2,600,471, June 17. 
Brierly, Ralph C. : See — 

Bonvillian, Claude A„ Brierly, and Letvin. 
Brierly, Ralph C, Narberth. Pa, Boiler. 2,609,798, 

Sept. 9. 
Briggs, Arthur T,, South Williamsport, Pa., assignor to 
Avco Manufacturing Corporation, Cincinnati, Ohio. 
Fuel and combustion supporting medium control for 
turbine engine starters using excess fuel for cooling. 
2.611,239, Sept. 23. 
Briggs, Ben T., assignor to Rayonier Incorporated. Shel- 
ton. Wash. Wood pulp digestion. 2,583,994, Jan. 29. 
Briggs Filtration Company, The, assignee : See — 

Briggs, Southwick W., Bauer, and Ewbnnk, 
Briggs. George, assignor to B. V. C. .Electronics Develop- 
ments Limited. London. England. Remote control de- 
vice. 2,593,973, Apr. 22, 
Briggs, Henry, East Orange, N. J. Fracture reducing de- 
vice. 2,621.653. Dec. 16. 
Briggs Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 
Doty. Clifford B. 

Doty. Clifford B., Vigmostad, and Nusbaum, 
Lyi,iyiieii. Fred, 
Koppinger, Nicholas G, 
Vigmostad, Trygve. 
Weymouth, Lawrence B. 
Zummach, Karl G, 
Briggs, Martin L,, Oakland, Calif. 

Mar. 11. 
Briggs, Robert F., Los Angeles, nnd R. J. Moore, Long 
Beach, assignors to E.iect-O-Lette Mfg, Co.. Downey, 
Calif. Portable batter dispenser. 2,609,764, Sept, 9. 



Power tool, 2,588,477, 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Briggs Kobprt L., Jr., San Gabriel, assignor to H and H 
Products Mfg. Co., Los Angeles. Calif. Reconditioning 
and cliarginu: batteries. 2,619.624, Nov. 25. 

Briggs. Souiirwitk W., Cetliesda, Md. Oil separator. 
2.G08.L'()!). .Vug. 20. 

Briggs. Southwiclc W.. Washington, D. C. AT. C. Bauer. 
Clievy Chase, and \V. J. EwbaiiU. said EwbanU and said 
Bauer assignors to The Briggs Filtration Company, 
Bethesda, Md. Dehydration unit. 2.,")S3.S12. Jan. 29. 

Briggs & Stratton Corporation, assignee : See — 
Jacobl, Edward N. 
Madie. Alain il. 

Briggs, Thomas H., Jr., Norristown, assignor to Superior 
Tube Company, Philadelphia. Pa. Tubular metal-to- 
glass sealing construction. 2.1190,708. May ]:■!. 

Briggs, Vernon U., Pasadena. Calif., assignor to Bendix 
Aviation Corporation, South I'end. Ind. Frequency dis- 
criminating circuit. 2.5S5..')y2. Fob. 12. 

Briggs, William D., Lawndale, assignor to Xorthrop Air- 
craft, Inc.. Hawthorne. Calif. Depth measurement 
microscope. 2,007,270, Aug. 19. 

Brigham. Roger L., Dallas, and A. Shelton. Dension. Tex. 
Cut lihn adapter for serial photography for photo- 
graphic cameras. 2,002,380, July 8. 

Brigham. \\ar(l 10.. Jr. : ttcc — 

ChiUsou, Charles \V.. and Brigham. 

Briaham. Ward V... Jr.. Kntherford. N. J., assignor to Sun 
Chemical Cori)oration. New Yorlc, N. Y. Sheet con- 
trolled tripping mechanism for rotary printing presses. 
2.009,7-18. Sept. 9. 

Bright. Coo[)er B., finited States Navy. Free piston com- 
busticui engine. 2..')S4.9S1, Vcb. ]'-. 

Bright, Coojier B., United States Navy. Combined fluid 
motor and exp.insible gas engine. 2.001,7r)G, Jul.v 1. 

Bright. Cooper 1!.. United States Navy. Einl;age means. 
2.011,282. Sept. 2:!. 

Bright. Donald C. : f^re — 

IMurray. Peter R.. and Bright. 

Bright. I'annio M.. assignee : Sec — 
Moore. Caleb Ij. 

Bright. Fred A., assignee: See — 
.Moore. Caleb U. 

Bright, 'I'liomns ,T. R.. .\lleslov. near Coventry, England. 
Weatlier strip. 2.020,ri24, Dec. 9. 

Brightly, Frederick C. .!r., Chicago, and J. F. Herbert, 
La Grange, 111. Galvani/.ed mulller with concavo-con- 
vex bailies. 2.r)98,7r)0. June 3. 

Erightmnn, .loliu B. : Srr — 

liCe, \\aller A., and Brightman. 

Brighton, Cyril A., Penarlh, \\'ales, and D. Faulkner, 
Epsom. ICngland. assignors to The Distillers Company 
Limited, lOdinburgh, Scotland, Stabilization of viuyl- 
idene cliloride resins. 2. .")!).">. 030, BlayC. 

Brightwell, Doreen \V., Rugby, assignor to R. E. Cooper, 
JVIountsorrel, England. Projector with rotatable pic- 
ture drum and magnetic braking means. 2,589,530, 
Mar. 18. 

Brill, Edward F., and O. W. Schroeder. Milwaukee, Wis. 
.\rticle ('.lector and stoj) means. 2.598.1 ofi. May 27. 

Brill, Warren B., lladdon Heights, N. J. Flame method of 
cutting metal. 2,582,946, .Inn. 22. 

Brill, William E.. Cleveland. Ohio, assi.gnor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit. JNIich, Engine cooling and 
lubricating system. 2.009.799. Sept. 9. 

Brill, William E., and C. W. Jnn.ge. Cleveland. Ohio, as- 
signors to General Jlotors Corporation. Detroit, Mich. 
Compressor apparatus. 2.020,124, Dec. 2. 

Brillhart, William 0., Fredericksburg, Va., assi.gnor to 
.American Viscose Corporation, Wilmington. Del. Anti- 
sticking cellulose pellicles. 2.021.135. Dec. 9. 

Brinen. I'aiil F.. assignor to Younu' Radiator. Racine, Wis. 
Convector coi'e hanger. 2.599,891. .Tune 10. 

Briner, Edwin A., Seattle, Wash. Can punch. 2,621,401, 
Dec. 16. 

Briney. James W., assignee : Sec — 
Briney. Ottis R., .Tr. 

Brinev, Ottis R.. Jr., Pontlac, Mich., assignor of one-half 
to J, W. Brinev. Boring bar and cufter. 2,618.990, 
Nov. 25. 

Briney. Robert M., Douglaston, N, Y',. assignor to Union 
Carbide and Carbon Corporation. Solid "phase produc- 
tion of a disilicide. 2,619,406, Nov. 25. 

Brinig, Frank G.. assignor to Erie City Iron Works. 
Erie. Pa. Boiler with combustion air-cooled super- 
heater. 2,623.507, Dec. 30. 

Brink, Earle H.. Kenmore, assignor to Western Electric 
Company, Incorporated. New Y'ork, N. Y'. Die mecha- 
nism for wire coating apparatus. 2.591.505. Apr. 1. 

Brink, Herbert S.. Olean. assignor to Underwood Corpora- 
tion. New York. N. Y'. Repeat type action for type- 
writers and like machines. 2,600,200, June 10. 

Brink, Norman G. : See — 

Koniuszv, Frank R.. Brink, and Folkers. 

Brink, Norman G., Pla infield, and F. J. Wolf, Westfield, 
assignors to Merck & Co.. Inc.. Rahway, N. J. Benzyl 
alcohol-water countercurrent distribution extraction of 
vitamin Bis. 2.007.717, An?. 19. 

Brink, Norman G., Princeton, and T. R. Wood. Murray Hill, 
assignors to INlercl; & Co.. Inc.. Rahwav. N J. Re- 
covery of vitamin B,. from liver. 2.009.325, Sept. 2. 



Brink. Robert M., Pelham. assignor to Deering Milllken 
Research Trust, New York, N. Y. Electronic circuit. 
2,617,858, Nov. 11. 
Brinkema, Robert J., Kew Gardens, N. T., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to Koppers Company. Inc. Pro- 
ducing cellular resinous compositions. 2,582,228, Jan. 
15. 
Brinkhurst. William A.. Vancouver, British Columbia, 
Canada. Screw feed mechanism. 2.011,280. Sept. 23. 
Brinkman. Herbert C, and K. R. Weber, assignors to 
Stacey Bros. Gas Construction Company, Cincinnati, 
Ohio. Gasholder. 2,590.006, May 6. 
Brinkm.nnn. Ouenthcr. assignor to Ex-Cell-O Corporation, 

Detroit, -Mich. Boring machine. 2,613.554, Oct. 14. 
Brinkoeter, Paul H.. assignor to Ed. Frledrich. Inc., San 
Antonio. Tex. Open top frozen food refrigerator. 
2.013.508, Oct. 14. 
Brinkoeter, I'aul H., assignor to Ed. Friedrich, Inc., San 
Antonio. Te.\. Refrigerator door locking and opening 
mechanism. 2.013,973, Oct. 14. 
Brinson, Ilarry A., and E. D. Faatz, Sidney, assignors to 
Bendix Aviation Corporation, New Yorlc, N. Y. Spark 
I)lug and making the same. 2,612,151, Sept. 30. 
Brinton. Curt H.. New York, N. Y. Vial and applicator 

therefor. 2,623,229, Dec. 30. 
Brinron. Esme T. C. : Sec — 

Lemon, Cecil G., and Brinton. 
Brinton, II., Co.. assignee : See — 

Longtiu, William J. 
Briscoe, Hugh V., and R. C. Byng, assignors to Grant 
Production Company Limited, London, England. Epi- 
scopic optical projection apparatus. 2,583,409, Jan. 22. 
Briscoe, Madison H., assignor of one-third to E. B. Hud- 
son, one-third to N. H. Thompson, Jr., and one-third 
to M. H. Briscoe, partners, doing business as The 
Circular Banding Co., Athens, Ga. Yarn twist dis- 
tributing machine. 2,580,294, Feb. 19. 
Briscoe. Robert G.. Sulphui-, Okla. Mechanical refrigerat- 
ing apparatus. 2.610.480, Sept. 16. 
Briscoe, William D., Stevenson, Ala. Portable beating 

cover. 2.(>02,S74, July 8. 
Briscoe, William F. R. ; Sec — 

Hulswit, William H., Jr.. Briscoe, and Berry. 
Briskin, Theodore S., Santa Monica, Calif., assignor to 
Excel Auto Radiator Comi)any, Chicago. 111. Reignition 
means for combustion heaters. 2,585,221, Feb. 12. 
Briskin. Theodore S., assignor to Revere Camera Company, 

Chica.go, 111. Electric actuator. 2,606,257, Aug. 5. 
Briskman. Samuel, assignee : See — • 

Sherr, Sava I. 
Brissey, George E., assignor to Swift & Company, Chicago, 
111. Preparing cooked cured meats. 2,596,067, May 6. 
Brissey, George E., Chicago, and H. H. Young, Western 
Springs, assi.gnors to Swift & Company, Chicago, III. 
Acid cleaner and detergent. 2,593,259, Apr. 15. 
Brister. Paul M., Jladison, N. J., assignor to The Bab- 
cock & Wilcox Company. New York. N. Y. Liquid re- 
cover.v apparatus. 2,610.986, Sept. 10. 
Bristol Aeroplane Company Limited, The. assignee : See — 
Fonseca. Evelyn C. M. D., and Green. 
Hafner, Raoul. 
ITobbs, Dudley E. 
Marchant. Francis C. I. 
Jlarchant. Francis C. I., and Lewis. 
Owner, Frank M., Mansell, and Marchant. 
Bristol Company, The. assignee : See — 
Cowherd, Robert D. 
Fleming, John G. 
Withani, George S. 
Bristol. John E., Niagara Falls, and N. Turnbull, (Jrand 
Island. N. Y'.. assignors to E. I. du Pont de Nemoui-s & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Emulsion polymerization 
of vinyl acetate. 2,014,088, Oct. 14. 
Bristol Laboratories, Inc., assignee : See — 
Buckwalter. Frank H. 
Cheney, Lee C. 
Cooper Dou.glas E. 
Granatek. Alphonse P. 
Staab, Frank W. 
Bristol Manufacturin.g Corporation, assignee : See — 

Pearson. Roland R. 
Bristol Pneumatic Tools Limited, assignee : See — • 

Wescombe, Hugh C. 
Bristol Repetition Limited, assignee : See — 

Arengo, Christopher G. 
Bristol Steel & Iron Works, Inc., assignee : See — • 

Ferguson, Robert O. 
Bristow. Mary : See — 

Carter, Ronald J., and Bristow. 
Bristow, Paul W.. assignor to Scott & Williams. Incor- 
porated. Laconia. N. H. Auxiliary speed control mecha- 
nism for knitting machines. 2,587,810. Mar. 4. 
Bristow. Paul W,." Laconia. N. H.. assignor to Scott & 
Williams, Incorporated. Knitting machine. 2,004,767, 
July 29. 
Britcher, Charles W.. Glen Ridge. N. J., assignor to Craig 
Corporation. Dry spray equipment. 2.614.528. Oct. 21. 
British Artificial Resin Company Limited, assignee : See — 
Fischbein. William J. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



British Celanese Limited, assignee : See — 
Downing, Jolm. and Drewitt. 
Eccles. Thomas, and Halkyard. 
Ellison, Thomas, and Leuty. 
Groombridge, Walter H., Bates, and Fisher. 
Hawtin, Philip R. 

Kleinschrod, Friedrich G., and Fisher. 
Mann. Ralph J., and Biedawski. 
Martin, Robert. 

Taylor, Matthew M., and Fulton. 
British Cellophane Limited, assignee : See — 

Oswin, Charles R. 
British Cotton Industry Research Association, The, as- 
signee : See — 

Freeman. Sydney M., and Linnert. 
Gregory. James, Foster, and Catling. 
Jones, Eric H., and Shorter. 
Vincent, John J., and Da vies. 
British Cotton & Wool Dyers' Association Limited, The, 
assignee : See — ■ 

Cunliffie, Percy W., Sharp, and Ashworth. 
British Electric Resistance Company Limited, The, 
assignee : See — 

Newnham. Leonard A. 
British Industrial Plastics Limited, assignee : See — 

Groves, Walter R. 
British Industrial Solvents Limited, assignee : See — 
Chadwick. Eric. 
Cooper, Leslie E., and Lacey. 
British Insulated Callender's Cables Limited, assignee : 
See — 

Dixon, Henry J. 
Grieve, George T. W. 
King, Albert. 

Richardson, Arthur B. F. G., Tunnicliff, and Fisher. 
British Iron and Steel Research Association, The, as- 
signee : See — • 

Bailey, William H. 
Carlisle, Samuel S., and Smith. 
Watson. James D., and Carlisle. 
British Mechanical Productions Limited, assignee : See — 
Deakin, Stanley T. 
Grieve, George T. W. 
British Non-Ferrous Metals Research Association, as- 
signee : See — 

Bailey, Gordon L. J., and Watkins. 
British Optical & Precision Engineers Limited, assignee : 
See- 
Robertson, Robert. 
British Oxygen Company, The, assignee : See — 

Schuftan, Paul M., and Roberts. 
British Resin Products Limited, assignee : See — 
Evans, Edward M.. and Whitney. 
Evans, Edward M., and Wicking. 
British Ropeway Engineering Company, Limited, assignee : 
See — 

Shields, Herbert F. H. 
British Soya Products Limited, assignee : See — 

Learmonth, Eric M. 
British Telecommunications Research Limited, assignee : 
See — 

Baker, George T. 
Beaufoy, Raymond. 
Bellairs, Guy F., and Ireland. 
Dain, Gordon T. 
Holloway, Dennis G. 
Walmsley, Thomas, and Leigh. 
British Tricolour Processes Limited, assignee : See — - 

Coote, Jack H., and Murray. 
British Tube Mills (Australia) Proprietary Limited, as- 
signee : See — 

Holmes, Leslie, and Harris. 
British Vacuum Flask Company, Limited, The, assignee : 
See— 

Venis, Ernest. 
Britt, Edwin H.. Raleigh, N. C, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Harris Foundry and Machine Company, 
Cordele, Ga. Bottle or container inspection apparatus. 
2,612.815. Oct. 7. 
Britt. Herbert B., Los Angeles, Calif. Producing arti- 
ficial snow. 2,594,725, Apr. 29. 
Brlttain. Francis H., Pinner, C. E. Ransley, Wembley, and 
J. W. Ryde, Northwood. England, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Hazeltine Research, Inc., Chicago, 111. 
Crystal contacts of which one element is silicon. 
2,583,681, Jan. 29. 
Brittain. Francis H., and B. G. James, Pinner, assignors 
to The General Electric Company, Limited, London, 
England. Crystal rectifier. 2,588,956, Mar. II. 
Brittain, John W. : See — 

Hatch, James F., and Brittain. 
Britten, Edwin F., Ill, Cranford, N. J. Grass trimmer. 

2,597,774, May 20. 
Brittin, Edward B.. Washington, D. C. Self-sustaining 

scafCold. 2,611,657, Sept. 23. 
Britton, Edgar C, and J. D. Head, assignors to The Dow 
Chemical Company, Midlands, Mich. Dehalogenation 
of aromatic compounds. 2,590.813, Mar. 25. 
Britton. Edgar C. and H. C. White, assignors to The Dow 
Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Production of beta- 
(3,4-dihydroxy-phenyl)-alanlne. 2,605,282, July 29. 
Britton, Edgar C, and R. M. Tree, Jr., assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich, Bromination 
of aromatic compounds. 2,607,802, Aug. 19. 



Britton, Edgar C^ and A. R. Sexton, assignors to The 
Dow Chemical Cfompany, Midland, Mich. Glycol ethers 
of alpha-phenylethyl alcohol. 2,620,359, Dec. 2. 

Britton, Edgar C, and A. R. Sexton, assignors to The Dow 
Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. Manufacture of 
glycol ethers. 2,620,360, Dec. 2. 

Britton, Edgar C, Midland, Mich., and J. N. Hansen, 
Albert Lea, Minn., assignors to The Dow Chemical 
Company, Midland, Mich. Pyridinium quaternary 
ammonium compounds. 2,621,185, Dec. 9. 

Britton, Glenn B., Hannibal, assignor to International 
Shoe Company, St. Louis, Mo. Spring loaded roller 
assembly. 2,617,509, Nov. 11. 

Britton, Karl B., Bratenahl, assignor to Thompson 
Products, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Valve assembly. 
2,602,627, July 8. 

Britton, Karl I?., Bratenahl, Ohio. Hydraulic system 
actuator. 2,607,194, Aug. 19. 

Brixius, Jacob K. : See — 

Hanneman, Robert G., and Brixius. 

Brixius, Jacob K., assignor to Air-Maze Corporation, 
Cleveland, Ohio. Stack-type oil bath filter. 2,596,121, 
May 13. 

Brixius, Jacob K., and R. G. Hanneman, assignors to 
Air-Maze Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. High-capaci- 
ty oil bath filter. 2,598,673, June 3. 

Broadbent. David T. : See — 

Belsey, Frederick H., and Broadbent. 

Broadbent, John H., Washington, D. C, and H. R. Mitchell, 
Takoma Park, Md.. assignors to United States of Amer- 
ica as represented by the Secretary of the Navy. Altim>- 
eter control of servo system. 2,580,512, Jan. 1. 

Broadbent, Joseph R., assignee : See — 
Johnston, Virgil S. 

Broadhurst, Charles J., Oxford, England. Loose-leaf 
binder. 2,590,928, Apr. 1. 

Broadhurst, Stanley F., Southgate, London, England, 
assignor to A. B. Wicanders Korkfabriker, Linkoping, 
Sweden. Apparatus for filling bottles or the like with 
liquid. 2,607,521, Aug. 19. 

Broadman, Arthur R.. assignor to Heyden Chemical Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for the con- 
tinuous production of water gas. 2,581,575, Jan. 8. 

Brobeck, William M., Berkeley, Calif. Variable-speed 
transmission. 2,584,541, Feb. 5. 

Brobeck, William M., Berkeley, and J. G. Dorward, Jr., 
Albany, Calif., assignors to the United States of America 
as represented by the United States Atomic Energy 
Commission. Adjustable Venturi assembly. 2,606,573, 
Aug. 12. 

Broberp, Georg K. J., Solna, assignor to A. B. Svenska 
Flaktfabriken, Stockholm, Sweden. Arrangement for 
locking and unlocking a pulling member in different po- 
sitions. 2,581,235, Jan. 1. 

Broberg, Walter O. W. : See — 

Virgen, Sten D., Broberg, and Olsson. 
Brock, EJnes H., assignee : See — 

Brock, Hinton D. 
Brock, George D., Chicago, 111. Electrically heated im- 
plement. 2,600,472, June 17. 
Brock, Harold A., Smithflat, Calif., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Capital Industries, Inc., Portland. Oreg. 
Pruning and picking platform implement. 2,606,078, 
Aug. 5. 
Brock, Harold L. : See — 

Spurlin, William G.. and Brock. 
Brock. Hinton D.. Cocoa, Fla.. assignor of one-quarter to 
E. H. Brock. Gulfport, Miss., and ten percent to W. L. 
Bowers, Cocoa. Fla. Pivot for plier type tools. 
2,614.894, Oct. 21. 
Brock. Irvin A., assignee : See — 

Hill, Glenn. 
Brock. John B. : See — 

Holt, Marcus L., and Brock. 
Brock, Walter B., Vernon, N. Y. Fire tube furnace with 

flue gas turbulator. 2,591,398, Apr. 1. 
Brockett, Glenn F., assignor to Fisher Governor Company, 
Marshalltown. Iowa. Snap acting pneumatic pressure 
pilot. 2.596,366. May 13. 
Brockett, Halford E. : See — 

Maier, Curtis E., Minnear, and Brockett. 
Brocklehurst, George : See — 

Losiewicz, Edward, and Brocklehurst. 
Brocklev. Jacob, Newport News, Va. Scissor sharpener. 

2,585,623. Feb. 12. 
Brockman, Carl L. : See — 

Eshenanr, Ray E., and Brockman. 
Brockman, Clarence B., assignee : See — 

Scott, Ray R. 
Brockman, Clarence B., Strafford, Mo. Handle means and 
support structure for power lawn mowers. 2,592,856, 
Apr. 15. 
Brockman, Frank, Dobbs Ferry, assignor to Philips La- 
boratories, Inc., Irvington-on-Hudson, N. Y. Magnetic 
core. 2,600,473. June 17. 
Brockway Company, The, assignee : See — 

Richardson, James C. 
Brockway, Murilld M., Los Angeles. Calif. Window well 

for coach bodies. 2,608,434, Aug. 26. 
Brockway, Wilhelm W. : See — 

Borsum, Adolph W., and Brockway. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



95 



Bushing 

The Fire- 

Synchro- 

2,605,053, 



Brodal, Erling, and H. Guldhav, Hoyanger, assignors to 
Aktieselskapet Norsk Aluminum Company, Oslo, Nor- 
way. Manufacture of alkali aluminum fluoride. 
2,592,113, Apr. 8. 

Brodbeck, Caroline M., Bridgeport, Conn. Ornament. 
2,584,254. Feb. 5. 

Brodbeck. Maynard B. : See — 

Lawlor, Francis E., and Brodbeck. 

Brodeck, John, West New York, N. J. Collapsible shopping 
cart. 2,589,044, Mar. 11. 

Broden, Edwin N., Assonet, Mass., assignor to The Fire- 
stone Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Wheel 
finishing machine. 2,581,928, Jan. 8. 

Broden, Edwin N., Assonet, Mass.. assignor to The Fire- 
stone Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Machine 
for mounting and demounting mandrel-held flexible 
tubes. 2,604,658, July 29. 

Broden, Edwin N., Assonet, Mass., assignor to The Fire- 
stone Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Apparatus 
for packing of ribbon or filamentary material. 2,604,687, 
July 29. 

Broden, Edwin N., Assonet, Mass., assignor to The Fire- 
stone Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. 
inserting machine. 2,604,692, July 29. 

Broden. Edwin N., Assonet, Mass., assignor to 
stone Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio, 
nous follower drive for spooler traverses. 
July 29. 

Broders, Claude E.. assignor to Govro-Nelson Company, 
Detroit. Mich. Hydraulic control for drill feeding units. 
2,618,179. Nov. 18. 

Brodersen, Ejnar : See — 

Garde, Aage, and Brodersen. 

Broderson, Neil O., Rochester, N. Y. Operating internal- 
combustion engines. 2,615,437. Oct. 28. 

Brodes. William S., New Haven, Conn. Educational toy. 
2,590,501, Mar. 25. 

Brodhead, Janes G., and S. P. Roddy, Allen, Tex. Dnder- 
reamer. 2 621,898, Dec. 16. 

Brodhun, John H.. Birmingharn, assignor to The Gear 
Grinding Machine Company. Hamtramck, Mich. Snap- 
action valve. 2,610,649, Sept. 16. 

Brodie, George H., La Grange, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Kellogg Switchboard and Supply Company. 
Telephone repeater. 2,615.997. Oct. 28. 

Brodie, George M., Ridgefield. N. J. Safety guard for 
fluorescent lamps. 2.605,387, July 29. 

Brodie. George R.. Lower Merion Township. Montgomery 
County. Pa., assignor to Fre(l'k H. Levey Co.. Inc.. New 
York, N. Y. Method of and apparatus for printing. 
2.614,492, Oct. 21. 

Brodie. George R.. Lower Merion Township. Montgomery 
County. Pa., assignor to Fred'k H. Levey Co., Inc., New 
York. N. Y. Printing. 2,614,493, Oct. 21. 

Brodie, Ralph N.. Company, assignee : See — 
Berck. William F. 
McNeil, Alvin G. 

Broding. Robert A., Dallas. Tex., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Socony-Vacuum Oil Company, Incorpo- 
rated, X-Icw York. N. Y. Magnetic flowmeter. 2,583,724. 
Jan. 29. 

Broding. Robert A., Dallas, assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Schlumberger Well Surveying Corporation. Houston, 
Tex. Borehole telemetering. 2,615,956. Oct. 28. 

Brodkey, Clara, San Francisco, Calif., assignor of forty 
per cent to W. V. Vogal. Chicago, 111., twenty per cent 
to H. R. Brodkey, and twenty per cent to R. S. Brodkey, 
San Francisco, Calif. Garment holder. 2,580,885, 
Jan. 1. 

Brodkey, Harold R. : See — 
Brodkey, Clara. 

Brodkey. Robert S., assignee : See — 
Brodkey, Clara. 

Brody, David, assignor to Van Erode Milling Co.. Inc., 
Clinton. Mass. Combined confection and whistle. 
2,617,324, Nov. 11. 

Brody. Leo : See — 

Small, Jack, and Brody. 

Brody, Nathan, New York, N. T. Disposable syringe. 
2,004,095, July 22. 

Broekhuysen, William C, Garden City, N. Y., assignor to 
American Machine and Foundry Company. Electro- 
magnetic balance. 2,623,741, Dec. 30. 

Broersma. J. Charles. Battle Creek, assignor to Clark 
Equipment Company. Buchanan. Mich. Roll gripping 
and upending truck. 2.611,498, Sept. 23. 

Brogdex Company, assignee : See— 
Cothran, Charles D. 
Mevers, .John V. 
Miller, Walter E. 

Broge. Edward C, Cecil County, Md.. assignor to E. I. du 
Pont de Nemours and Company, Wilmington. Del. Prep- 
aration of water soluble potassium polvmetaphosphate 
from potassium kurrol salt. 2,619,429, Nov. 25. 

Broh. Joshua. East Chicago. 111. Traction device for ve- 
hicle wheels. 2.614,601. Oct. 21. 

BrOhl. August, and L. Leitz, Wetzlar/Lahn. assignors to 
Ernst Leitz G. m. b. H.. Wetzlar. Germany. Apparatus 
for detachably attaching camera objectives to cameras. 
2.618,201. Nov. 18. 

Broldo, Jacques, Carouge-Geneva, Switzerland. Retract- 
able view-finder for motion-picture cameras. 2,616,329, 
Nov. 4. 



Broiler Equipment Company, assignee : See — 

Futterer, Wolfram A. 
Broken Hill Associated Smelters Proprietary Limited, The» 

assignee : See — 

Davey, Thomas B. A. 
Brokman, Maurycy, assignee : See — 

Jezewski, Mieczyslaw. and Szklarskl. 
Brolaski, George R., San Diego, assignor to Rohr Air- 
craft Corporation, Chula Vista, Calif. Resistance weld- 
ing process. 2,599,045, June 3. 
Broleman, Hugo R., Jr., Orlando, Fla. Awning type 

window. 2,620,523, Dec. 9. 
Bromagem, Irl E., assignor to Union City Body Company, 

Inc., Union City, Ind. Uplift type theater chair. 

2,610,668, Sept. 16. 
Bromagem, Irl R., assignor to Union City Body Company, 

Inc., Union City. Ind. Theater chair back mounting 

construction. 2,610,669, Sept. 16. 
Bromet, Lucien J. H. : See — 

Garnet, Gerard A. M., and Bromet. 
Bromilow & Edwards Limited, assignee : See — 

Kinnaird, James A. 
Bromley, Raymond V.. Washington, D. C, assignor to 

Hazel-Atlas Glass Company, Wheeling, W. Va. Thread 

for glass containers. 2,585,624, Feb. 12. 
Bromley. William H., Jr.. West Springfield, assignor to 

Shawinigan Resins Corporation, Springfield, Mass. 

Preparation of stable polyvinyl butyral dispersions. 

2.611.755. Sept. 23. 
Bronander, Wilhelm B., Montclair, N. J. Internal-com- 
bustion engine. 2,595,050, Apr. 29. 
Bronnenkant, Paul H. : See — 

Oclassen, Charles A., and Bronnenkant. 
Bronovicki, Adam A., Bayonne, N. J. assignor to General 

Cable Corporation. New York. N. Y. Cable pulling eye 

and making the same. 2,615,074, Oct. 21. 
Bronson, Gail M., Sr., and J. Achilli, Elgin, 111. 

Television service man's illuminated line cord. 

2,622,214, Dec. 16. 
Bronson, George E. : See — 

Aagaard, Leif, and Bronson. 
Bronson, Hazel J., Garden City, N. Y. Invalid's boot 

with thick resilient insole. 2,598,217, May 27. 
Bronzan, Blasito, assignor to Baash-Ross Tool Company, 

Los Angeles, Calif. Shock-absorber for rotary drilling 

kellys. 2,587,105, Feb. 26. 
Broolre, Frank W., Pittsburgh, Pa. Open-hearth furnace. 

2.606,015, Aug. 5. 

Brooke, Lloyd F. See — 

Kemp. Jacob D.. and Brooke. 

Brooke, Lloyd F., Berkeley Highland Terrace, assignor to 
California Research Corporation. San Francisco. Calif. 
Conversion of propylene polymers. 2,599,743, June 10. 

Brooke, Norman E., Washington, D. C. Broom rake. 
2,622,387, Dec. 23. 

Brooker. Leslie G. S. : See — 

Keyes, Grafton H., and Brooker. 

Brooking, Richard N., South Gate, assignor to Essick 
Manufacturing Company, Los Angeles, Calif. Evapo- 
rative cooler. 2,588,612, Mar. 11. 

Brooklyn Hospital Equipment Co. Inc., assignee : See — 

Spielberg. Sara S. 
Brooks, Ben.iamin T., Old Greenwich, Conn., assignor to 

The Glycerine Corporation of America, Inc. New York, 

N. Y. Producing glycerine. 2,614.964 Oct." 21. 
Brooks, Carroll P., Philadelphia, Pa. Valve pipe with 

grooved bowl. 2,603,222, July 15. 
Brooks, Carroll P., Philadelphia, Pa. Distributor. 

2,622,162, Dec. 16. 

Brooks. Charles H. : See — 

Dougherty, Patrick F., and Brooks. 

Brooks, Chester E., Montvale, N. J., and W. W. Carpen- 
ter, Garden City, assignors to Bell Telephone Labo- 
ratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Automatic 
telephone billing system. 2,599.357, June 3. 

Brooks, Claude C, Kansas City, Mo. Mounting structure 
for windows. 2,607,454, Aug. 19. 

Brooks. Cornelius V., Bluefield, W. Va. Motor block and 
radiator cleaning machine. 2,622,605, Dec. 23. 

Brooks, David D., Union City, Ohio. Measuring rule with 
opposed sliding contacts. 2,613,444, Oct. 14. 

Brooks, Donald H., Johannesburg, Transvaal, Union of 
South Africa. Dispenser for medicinal and other pow- 
ders. 2,622,594, Dec. 23. 

Brooks, E. J., Company, assignee : See — 
Brooks, Winfred JI. 

Brooks, Firman E., and A. J. Turner, Tucson, Ariz., as- 
signors of 10 per cent to Leonard M. Shiebly. Self- 
lubricating vehicle spring. 2,585.367. Feb. 12. 

Brooks, Jack, New York, N. Y. Plateholder. 2,620,928, 
Dec. 9. 

Brooks, James L., Blytheville, Ark. Vehicle seat guard. 
2,595,329. May 6. 

Brooks, John : See — • 

Simpson, George K., and Brooks. 

Brooks, John D., Koselle, and H. O. Mottern, Bloomfield, 
N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development Company. 
Dehydration of aqueous isopropanol. 2,604,440, July 22. 

Brooks. John W., Wenonah, N. J., assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated. Thienylthio car- 
boxylic acids and thienylthio carboxylic acid esters in 
lubricating compositions. 2,581,626, Jan. 8. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Brooks. John W., Wenonah, N. J., assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated. Thienyl nier- 
captals and niercaptols. 2.600,838. June 17. 

Broolvs, Josepii H., West Peabody. assignor to Sylvania 
Electric Products Inc.. Salem, Mass. Apparatus for in- 
verting lamp rubes. 2.5!)7.2S3. May 20. 

Brooks. Lester A., Norwalk, Conn., assignor to R. T. 
Vanderbilt Co., Inc.. Xew York, N. Y. Fungicidal 
preparation. 2,582,857, Jan. 15. 

Brooks. Lester A., East Norwalk, Conn., M. Markarian, 
North Adams, and M. Nazzewski. Adams, assignors to 
Sprague Electric Company, North Adams, Mass. 
2-yinyl-thiazole. 2.591,506. Apr. 1. 

Brooks. Lewis C, Milwaukee, assignor of one-third to 
I. il. Jones. River Hills, Wis. Tube type container. 
2,589,045. Mar. 11. 

Brooks, Marguerite G.. Darien, Conn. Device for making 
the yarn loops of crocheted rugs. 2,603,957, July 22. 

Brooks, ^Maurice E. : See — 

Rollins. Jennings F., and Brooks. 

Brooks, Paul S. : See — 

Schumacher, Erwin A., and Brooks. 

Brooks. Paul S., Lakewood, and E. A. Schumacher, Parma, 
Ohio, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Union Car- 
bide and Carbon Corporation. Support for primary 
galvanic cell electrolyte. 2,597,118, May 20. 

Brooks, Philip. Darien. Conn., assignor to International 
Salt Company. Scranton. Pa. Dispensing spout and 
closure with adjustable sifter. 2.(ilS.413. Nov. IS. 

Brooks, Ralph C. Turtle Creek, and Fred S. Whnley, 
Greensburg, Pa., assignors to Westinghouse Air Brake 
Company. Fluid pressure timed cvcle control appara- 
tus. 2,619,073. Nov. 25. 

Brooks, T. J.. (Autos) Limited, assignee : See — 
Heyne. William O. 

Brooks. Tliomas E.. assignor to Lisle Corporation. 
Clarinda. Iowa. Piston and connecting rod aligner. 
2.609.20S. Sept. 2. 

Brooks, Vern E., Fort Worth.. Tex. Paint loosening and 
scraping device. 2.5S9..")3l. Jlar. IS. 

Brooks, Winfred M., West Orange, assignor to E. J. 
Brooks Company, Newark, N. J. Shackle seal. 
2,599,318, June 3. 

Brooks. Winfred 31., West Orange, assignor to E. J. 
Brooks Company, Newark, N. J. Seal. 2,610,878, 
Sept. 10. 

Brooks. Winfred M.. W'est Orange, assignor to E. T. Brooks 
Company, Newarlc, N. J. Seal. 2.613,095, Oct. 7. 

Brooksbank. Jack : See — 

West. .Joseph, and Brooksbank. 

Broom and Wade Limited, assignee : See — 
Smith. Christopher B. 

Broom. William E. J. : See — 

McCue. Cyril F., and Broom. 

Broos. Ilenrieus A., Eindiioven. Netherlands, assignor to 
Hartford National Bank and Trust Company, Hartford. 
Conn., as trustee. Reflex amplifier circuit for radio 
receivers. 2.582.100. Jan. 8. 

Broos. Henri cus A., Eindhoven. Netherlands, assignor, 
by mesne assignments, to Hartford National Bank and 
Trust Company, Hartford. Conn., as trustee. Radio- 
frenuency receiver with band-spread tuning. 2,589,331, 
Mar. 18. 

Broos, Henricus A., Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor to 
Hartford National Bank and Trust Company, Hartford. 
Conn., as trustee. Feedback amplifier circuit. 2.591.915, 
Apr. 8. 

Broos, Henricus A., Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor to 
Hartford National Bank and Trust Company, Hartford, 
Conn., as trustee. Device for the transmission by elec- 
trical means of oscillations of acoustic frequency. 
2.616,970, Nov. 4. 

Brophy. John J.. Salem. Mass.. assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation. Flemingto'h, N. J. Stiffening 
uppers of shoes. 2,618.796. Nov.lS. 

Brophy, John J.. Salem, and C. G. Newton. .Jr.. Newbury- 
port. Mass., assignors to United Shoe Machinery Corpo- 
ration. Flemington, N. J. Stiffening uppers of shoes. 
2.611.195. Sept, 23. 

Bros. Chester W.. Edina. assignor to Wm. Bros Boiler & 
Jlanufacturing Co.. Jlinneapolis. Minn. Stoker mecha- 
nism. 2. 582. 583, Jan. 15. 
Bros, Chester W^. A. O. Williamson, and U. O. Guignard, 
assignors to Wm. Bros. Boiler and Manufacturing Com- 
pany. ^Minneapolis. Minn. Pneumatic roller compactor. 
2,610,557. Sept. 16. 
Bros. Wm.. Boiler & Manuf.ncturing Co., assignee: See — 
Bros. Chester W. 

Bros, Chester W.. Williamson, and Guignard. 
Guignard. Ulyss O. 
Broschke, Heinrich, assignor to Ernst Leitz, G. m. Jb. H., 
Wetzlar. Germany. Motor and brake control. 2.593,837, 
Apr. 22. 
Broscoe, Edward W.. Chicago, HI. Doorknob attach- 
ment. 2.587.285, Feb. 26. 
Brosenlus. Karl H.. Stockholm. Sweden. Flange beams 

of wood. 2,607.959. Aug. 26. 
Brosseau, Don A. : See — 

Smith, W^illiam M., and Brosseau. 
Brostedt. Clinton B. : See — 

Nord. Simon R., Jr., and Brostedt. 



Brothers, Richard V., Fontana, Calif Hair curling de- 
vice. 2,600.730, June 17. 

Brotman. Plyman D., Detroit. Mich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Horton Manufacturing Company. Fort 
\\'ayue. Ind. Strainer for washing machines. 2,586,508, 
Feb. 19. 

Brottman. Samuel G., Minneapolis. Minn. Shopping cart. 
2.615,726. Oct. 28. 

Broudy, Albert M., Pittsburgh, Pa. Envelope. 2,580,SS6, 
Jan. 1. 

Brough. James. Pickerin,g. Ontario, assignor to iVlassey- 
Harris Co. Ltd., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Vertically 
arranged hammer mill. 2.60U. 152. Sept. 2. 

Brough, James R., assignor to Melpar. Inc., Alexandrlii. 
Va. Indoor television antenna. 2.61.1.0SO. Sept. 16. 

Biougliam, Leslie E.. Purley, and J. Perrin. Croydon, as- 
signors to Powers-Sanias Accounting JIachines" Limited, 
London. England. Data transmitting means in rec- 
ord controlled statistical machines. 2.591,128. Apr. 1. 

Broughton. Arthur E.. Glens Falls. N. Y. Oscillator. 
2.597,443. May 20. 

Brougliton. Douglas J., assignor to Buxton. Incorporated, 
Springfield, Mass. Pass case or the like. 2.589,667, 
3Iar. IS. 

Broughton. Douglas J., assignor to Buxton, Incorporated, 
Springfield. Mass. Stitchless flexible pocket receptacle. 
2.592.651, Apr. 15. 

Broughton, Geoffrey, and R. N. Woodward, assignors to 
Eastuia'i Kodnk Comnany. Rochesier. N. Y. Rapid 
processing of photographic materials. 2,614,927, Oct. 21. 

Brougluon. Messrs.. Joseph, and Son (Engineers) Limited, 
assignee : See — 

Mebster, Charles J., and Anson. 

Brouillette, Irenee. ^lontreal. Quebec Canada. Wall 
mounted electric outlet. 2.613,245. Oct. 7. 

Brous. Donald W.. Francestown, assignor to Food En- 
,g:iieering Corporation. Manchester, N. H. Sanitary 
liquid dispensing machine. 2.591.507, xVpr. 1. 

Brous. Donald W.. Francestown. assignor to Food Engi- 
neering Corporation. Manchester, N. H. Disposable 
plastic valve. 2,609,974, Sept. 9. 

Krouse. William H. D.. Toronto. Ontario, Canada, assignor 
to Teleflex Incorporated. Philadelphia, Pa. Force 
ti-.ansmission apparatus. 2,601,083. June 17. 

Broussard. Avery. Esther. La. Steel wool holder. 
2. 618. 804, Nov. 25. 

Eroussard. Robert, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
\\'. P. MacCracken, Jr., Washington, D. C, as trustee. 
I'arking meter and coin sjot therefor. 2,580,400. Jan. 1. 

Broussnrd. Robert, assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
W. P. MacCracken. Jr., Washington, D. C, as trustee. 
Parking meter collection recepta'cle. 2,580,401, Jan. 1. 

Broussard. Robert. Wasliington. D. C. assi.gnor. by mesne 
assignments, to Duncan Parking Meter Corporation, 
Chicago. 111. Parking meter and coin slot therefor. 

2.596.122. May 13. 

Broussard. Robert, Washington. D. C, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Duncan Parking Meter Corporation. 
Chicago. 111. Parking meter and coin slot therefor. 

2.596.123, May 13. 

Broussard. Robert. Washington, D. C, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Duncan Parking Meter Corporation, 
Chicago, m. Parking meter. 2.596.124. May 13. 

Broussard. Robert P.. Houston, Tex., assignor to Duncan 
Parking Meter Corporation. Chicago, 111. Automatic 
pay station. 2.594.388. Apr. 29. 

Broussard. Robert F.. Houston, Tex., assignor to Duncan 
Parking dieter Corporation Chicago. 111. Parking meter. 
2,61S..'?71. Nov. IS. 

Broussard, Robert F.. Houston. Tex., and L. D. Sollen- 
berger. assignors to Duncan Parking Jleter Corporation, 
Chicago. 111. Coin handling apparatus. 2.613.792. 
Oct. 14. 

Broussard. Robert F.. Houston. Tex., and H. ,T. Miller, as- 
signors to Duncan Parking Meter Corporation, Chicago. 
111. Coin handling apparatus. 2.613,871. Oct. 14. 

Brousseau, Fred. Schenectady, and P. J. Brousseau. IPeas- 
leeville. N. Y. Safety valve for fluid pressure systems. 
2.614.003. Oct. 14. 

Brousseau. Philip J. : See — 
Brousseau. Fred and P. .7. 

Brouwer, Nick J.. Rock Valley, Iowa. Wheel checking de- 
vice. 2.613,447. Oct. 14. 

Brouwer, Pieter H. J.. Eindhoven. Netherlands, assignor 
to Hartford National Bank and Trust Company. Hart- 
ford. Conn., as trustee. Magnetic circuit for rotary 
electric low-power apparatus. 2,617.054, Nov. 4. 

Brouwer. Rodger D.. Bristol. Conn., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation. Detroit, Mich. Lubricating 
method. 2..591.129. Apr. 1. 

Browder. John G., Houston, and A. R. Smith, Baytown, 
Tex., assignors, by mesne assignments, to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Elizabeth. N. J. Treatment of 
petroleum distillates with an alkali and an aldehvde. 
2.616,832, Nov. 4. 

Browder. Lewis B.. La Canada. Calif., assignor to West- 
ern Electric Company. Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Sound recording system. 2,591,045, Apr. 1. 

Brower. Howard G.. Nashville. Tenn. Jlailbox name plate 
support attachment. 2.615,267. Oct. 28. 

Brower. Paul G.. Toppenish. Wash. Apron control for 
earth moving apparatus of the carry type. 2.581,073, 
Jan. 1. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



97 



Manitoba, 
2,584,255, 



to Owens- 
sheet ma- 



Rotary drier and 



Film developing 

Suction or fluid 
including a fluid 



Brower, William P.. Glen Kock, and W. I. Gadkowski, 
Irvington, N. J. Vehicular parking installation. 
2,610,364, Sept. 16. 
Brower, William S., Jr. : See — 

Schlachman, Benjamin, and Brower. 
Brown, Aaron I., Mount Vernon, N. Y. Musical rhythm- 
producing toy. 2,616,218, Nov. 4. 
Brown, Adolph M., Chicago, 111. Minimizing facial senes- 
cence. 2,619,084, Nov. 25. 
Brown, Albert C. Seattle, Wash. Indicator for microm- 
eter calipers. 2,599,971, June 10. 
Brown, Albert M.. assignor to G. Stlbbe Co. Limited, 
Leicester, England. Yarn trapping and severing means 
for circular knitting machines. 2,580,513, Jan. 1. 
Brown, Alexander M., Plantsville. and N. M. Earl. South- 
Ington, assignor to Bruce Industries, Plantsville, Conn. 
Eyeshade. 2,601,084, June 17. 
Brown, Alexander R., Portage la Prairie, 
Canada. Merchandising and display stand. 
Feb. 5. 
Brown, Alfred E. : See — 

Sookne, Arnold M., and Brown. 
Brown, Alfred E., and A. M. Sookne, Washington, D. C, 
and F. W. Minor, Arlington, Va., assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Harris Research Laboratories. Render- 
ing organic textile material water repellent and com- 
position therefor. 2,597,614, May 20. 
Brown, Alfred R., Kelso, Wash. Automatic electric set- 
work assembly. 2.587,438, Feb. 26. 
Brown, Alfred W., Ridgewood, N. J., assignor 
Corning Fiberglas Corporation. Inorganic 
terial. 2,620,851 Dec. 9. 
Brown, Allan K., Santa Cruz, Calif. 

disintegrator. 2,595,509, May 0. 
Brown. Allen K. : See — 

Bunblasky, Adolph O., and Brown. 
Brown, Alpha N., Kansas City, Mo. 

apparatus. 2,588,696, Mar. 11. 
Brown, Alvin I., Washington, D. C. 
pressure gutter cleaning apparatus, 
reversing valve. 2,623,234, Dec. 30. 
Brown, Andrew, Company, assignee : See — 

Wilson, Bert. 
Brown, Annie M. London, England, assignor to Burroughs 
Wellcome & Co. (U. S. A.) Inc. Tuckahoe, N. Y. 
Manufacture of polymyxin. 2,602,041, July 1. 
Brown, Archie T., Biloxi, Miss Condiment holder. 

2,600,839, June 17. 
Brown, Arthur K., Jr. : See — 

Critelli. Ix)uis J., and Brown. 
Brown, Arthur S., Tilton, and G. 
N. H. Endless transmission belt. 
Brown, Basil D., Jr., Springboro, 

ment. 2,611,968, Sept. 30. 
Brown, Bertrand H., Hartford, assignor to United Air- 
craft Corporation, East Hartford, Conn. Impeller 
mounting. 2.581.834, Jan. 8. 
Brown & Bigelow, assignee : See — 
De Fee, Le Emmette V. 
Felt, Paul W. 
Fischer, Howard L. 
Thull. John F. 
Brown. Brinkley B., assignor to Metallic Building Com- 
pany, Houston, Tex. Nail beam. 2,601,363, June 24. 
Brown-Brockmeyer Company, The, assignee : ^ee — 
Brown, Steffen S. 
Trant. .Tames L. 
Brown Brothers & Co. Limited, assignee : See — 

Mitchell, Colin C. 
Brown, Carl S., Lakewood. assignor to Glascote Products. 
Inc.. Cleveland, Ohio. System for concentrating liquids. 
2,598,345, May 27. 
Brown, Chalmers S.. Lima, Ohio. Flow control assembly 

for closed hydraulic conduits. 2,603,451, July 15. 
Brown, Charles E., and H. M. Smith, Detroit, Mich. 

Needle. 2,595,758, May 6. 
Brown, Charles F., assignor to Hemphill Company Paw- 
tucket, R. I. Yarn clamp. 2,608,845, Sept. 2. 
Brown, Charles K., Jr. : See — 

Brown, Cliarles K., Sr., and C. K. 
Brown. Charles K., Jr.. Fairmont, W. Va., assignor to 
Bergen Machine & Tool Company, Inc. Straight line 
block molding machine. 2.593.409, Apr. 22. 
Brown, Charles K., Sr. and Jr., Fairmont W. Va. Vacuum 

floor mopper. 2,617,138. Nov. 11. 
Brown, Charles O. and E. M., Fresno Calif Thermometer 

holder. 2.605,987, Aug. 5. 
Brown, Charles R., Glen Mills, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation. East Pittsburgh, Pa. Cooling 
means for variable area nozzles. 2,603.060, July 15. 
Brown, Charles R., Glen Mills, Pa., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of the Navy. Jet engine with 
afterburner. 2.603.945, July 22. 
Brown. Charles S., and C. M. Hunter, Amarillo. 
Brown assignor to said Hunter. Air-speed 
with altitude correction. 2.606.444 Aug 12 
Brown. Charles T. : See — 

Glnnt, John L.. and Brown. 
Brown, Cicero C, assignee : See — 
Potts. Ernest L. 
Slaughter, Philip E. 

982735— P 7 



E. Sedgley, Concord, 
2,597,284, May 20. 
Pa. Gauging instru- 



Tex.. said 
indicator 



Brown, Cicero C, Houston, Tex. Drilling joint. 2,585,995, 
Feb. 19. 

Brown, Cicero C, Houston, Tex. Slip expander assembly 
for well tools. 2,590.502, Mar. 25. 

Brown, Cicero C, Houston, Tex. Casing repairing de- 
vice. 2,593,725, Apr. 22. 

Brown, Cicero C, Houston, Tex. Apparatus for cement- 
ing well liners. 2,621,742, Dec. 16. 

Brown, Cicero C. Houston, Tex. Rotary core drill. 
2,621,897, Dec. 16. 

Brown, Cicero C, and F. L. Scott, Jr., Houston, Tex. 
Jar. 2,591,130. Apr. 1. 

Brown, Cicero C, Houston, and J. R. Bass, Brenham, Tex. ; 
said Bass assignor to said Brown. Jar type well packer. 
2,595,563, May 6. 

Brown, Clarence J., Los Alamos, N. Mex., assignor to the 
United States of America as represented by the United 
States Atomic Energy Commission. Current measuring 
device. 2,615,063, Oct, 21. 

Brown, Clayton W., Woodbury, N. J. assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated. Apparatus for de- 
termination of aniline point. 2,604,392, July 22. 

Brown, Clifford : See — 

Ferguson, John M., and Brown. 

Brown, Clyde A., assignor to The Dole Valve Company, 
Chicago, 111. Sediment drain bulb valve construction. 
2.603,236, July 15. 

Brown, Clyde A., Luck, Wis., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to General Bronze Corporation. Carbonator. 
2,604,310, July 22. 

Brown, David : See — 

Cherniavsky, Alexander J., and Brown. 

Brown, David, Brooklyn, N. Y. Tufting machine. 
2,617,230, Nov. 11. 

Brown, David S., Plainfield, N. J., C. F. Hawes. New 
York, N. Y., and R. E. Stork. Hohokus, N. J. Agitat- 
ing device for liquid containing tanks. 2,583,725, Jan. 
29. 

Brown, Denis E. : See — 

Grayson, Harry, and Brown. 

Brown, E. Y., assignee : See — 
Robbins, Homer R. 

Brown, E. Y., Sr., assignee : See — 
Robbins, Homer R. 

Brown, Earl E.. assignor of one-half to G. A. Streitz, 
Camden, N. J. Shaft bearing structure. 2,592,387, 
Apr. 8. 

Brown. Edith M. : See — 

Brown, Charles O. and E. M. 

Brown, Edmund D., Manchester, assignor to United Air- 
craft Corporation, East Hartford, Conn. Combustion 
chamber with diverse air paths and vortices producing 
vanea therein for jet propulsion or gas turbine power 
plants. 2,603,949, July 22. 

Brown, Edward H., assignor to Grand Rapids Hardware 
Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Sash balance. 
2,602,958, July 15. 

Brown, Edward H., assignor to Grand Rapids Hardware 
Company, Grand Rapids, Mich. Sash balance. 
2,603,827. July 22. 

Brown, Ellis M.. assignor to John Oster Manufacturing 
Company, Racine, W'is. Bearing construction. 2,609,253, 
Sept. 2. 

Brown, Ellis M., and F. V. Forss, assignors to John Oster 

Manufacturing Company, Racine, Wis. Power-driven 

palm grasped kitchen appliance. 2,582,229, Jan. 15. 
Brown, Ellis M., .nnd E. H. Forss, assignors to John Oster 

Manufacturing Company, Racine, Wis. Cutterhead for 

hair clipper. 2,611,955, Sept. 30. 
Brown. Elmer E., Cleveland, and R. E. Brown, Middle- 
burgh Heights, Ohio. Gaff hook. 2,603,520, July 15. 
Brown, Ernest D. : See — 

Whitworth, Stanley J. L., and Brown. 
Brown, Ethel C, Mission, Kans. Combined catamenial 

appliance and garment. 2,615,449, Oct. 28. 
Brown, Eugene E. : See — 

Kerns, Quentin A., Whitcomb, and Brown. 
Brown, Eugene H. C. : See — 

Capstack, Eugene J., and Brown. 
Brown, Foster H., Brooklyn, N. Y. Overwind preventer. 

2,617,248, Nov. 11. 
Brown, Frank E., Burbank, assignor to F. M. Turnbull, 

Los Angeles, Calif. Inhaler with closure. 2,590,832, 

Mar. 25. 
Brown, Frank E.. Burbank, assignor to F. M. Turnbull, 

Los Angeles, Calif. Hypodermic syringe assembly. 

2,591,046, Apr. 1. 
Brown, Frank H., Burbank, assignor to P. M. Turnbull, 

Los Angeles, Calif. Hypodermic syringe assembly. 

2,607,341, Aug. 19. 
Brown, Frank E., Burbank, assignor to P. M. Turnbull, 

Los Angeles, Calif. Syringe assembly. 2,607,344, 

Aug. 19. 
Brown, Frank G., Salem, 111. Mailbox. 2,604,260, July 

22. 
Brown. Frank K., South Dartmouth, assignor to Research 

Engineering & Manufacturing, Inc., New Bedford, 

Sl.a'ss. Slotting the shanks of screw fasteners. 

2,590.597. Mar. 25. 
Brown, Fred : See — 

Bimba, Charles W., and Brown. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Brown Frederick, Tampa, Fla. Combination bumper 

guard and jack. 2,621,956, Dec. 16. 
Brown, Frederick E., Hyde, England. Machine and 

process for compounding rubber or like mixes. 2,58b,6U i , 

Feb. 19. „ , „ , J Ti 

Brown, Frederick E., and P. Martin, Hyde, England. Pro- 
tective sheath for cows' teats. 2,604,092, July 22. 

Brown, Frederick J.. Tampa, Fla. Wrist watch protector. 
2,595,330, May 6. 

Brown, George H. : See — 

Cofflng, Frederick W., and Brown. 

Brown, George H., Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Radio transmitter. 2,602,887, 

Brown, George R., Springfield, Mass. Flshline reel. 

2,583,465, Jan. 22. . ^^ xr .• , o ^ 

Brown George T., Jr.. assignor to The National Cash 

Register Company, Dayton, Ohio. Selective folding 

hand stamp. 2,597,919, May 27. 
Brown, Gerald G. : See — 

Cardwell, Harland W., and Brown. 
Cardwell, Harland W., Brown, and Hobbs. 
Brown, Gordon P., Reading, assignor to National Research 

Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. Vapor coating device. 

2,621,625, Dec. 16. 
Brown Graham B., Youngstown, Ohio. Parachute release 

mechanism. 2,616,369, Nov. 4. 
Brown, Grant S., Downers Grove, HI., assignor to West- 
ern Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 

Extrusion apparatus. 2,591,508, Apr. 1. 
Brown-Graves Company, assignee : See — 

Graves, Harold E., Jr. 
Brown, Gregory, assignor to Bridgeport Brass Company, 

Bridgeport, Conn. Insecticide dispenser. 2,594,539, 

Apr. 29. 
Brown, Gregory, assignor to Bridgeport Brass Company, 

Bridgeport, Conn. Insecticide dispenser. 2,597,775, 

May 20. 
Brown. Guv E., Houston, Tex., assignor of one-half to 

H. J. Eastman, Denver, Colo. Borehole inclination 

indicating device. 2,596,759, May 13. ^, , .^ 

Brown, Harold G., Bakewell, assignor to The Chloride 

Electrical Storage Company Limited, Clifford Junction, 

England. Lead-acid accumulator. 2,630,367, Dec. 2. 
Brown, Harold J., Johnstown, Pa., and F. C. Lavarack, 

Montclair, N. J. ; said Lavarack assignor to Railroad 

Accessories Corporation, New York, N. Y. Rail bond 

terminal. 2,597,444, May 20. 
Brown, Harrison, Fargo, N. Dak. Rotary cultivator. 

2,587.106, Feb. 26. 
Brown, Harrv W., Kansas City, Mo. Pastry box. 

2.588.957, Mar. 11. 
Brown, Harvey H., and B. N. Reed, Mountain City, Nev., 

assignors to Nallmaster, Inc. Claw hammer with ex- 
tensible fulcrum. 2,589,046, Mar. 11. 
Brown, Harvey H., Mountain City, and L. W. Williams, 

Owyhee, Nev., assignors to Nailmaster, Inc. Claw 

hammer with extensible fulcrum. 2,589,047, Mar. 11. 
Brown. Herbert C. : See — 

Sehlesiuger, Hermann I., and Brown 
Brown, Herbert C, West Lafayette, Ind., assignor to 

Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Organic phos- 

phines. 2,584,112, Feb. 5. 
Brown. Herman B.. Atlanta, Ga. Power wringer for mops. 

2,615,191. Oct. 28. 
Brown, Herman E., Owensboro, Ky. Platform rocking 

chair. 2,584,184, Feb. 5. 
Brovi'n Hollis P. : See — 

Watts, Daniel M., and Brown. 
Brown. Horace W., West Newbury. Mass. Powder meas- 
uring device with micrometer adjustment. 2,587,692, 

Mar. 4. 
Brown, Howard M. : See — 

Cawley, George, and Brown. 
Brown, Hubert M. : See — 

Martin, Marvin M., and Brown. 
Brown, Hugh M., assignor to Clemson Agricultural College 

of South Carolina. Clemson. S. C. Yarn twister for 

spinning frames. 2,590,374. Mar. 25. 
Brown-Hutchinson Iron Works, assignee : See — 

Hutchinson, Martin B.. and Shillum. 
Brown Industries Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Rinderle. Karl T. 
Brown, Irving C. : See — 

Monro. Randolph, Brown, Hinkamp, and Parduhn. 
Brown, Irving L., New York, N. Y. Half slip. 2,611 133, 

Sept. 23. 
Brown, James A., White Plains. N. Y. Fish lure. 

2,603,025, July 15. 
Brown, James D. : See — 

Fink, Walter A., and Brown. 
Brown, James E., and T. Bowen, assignors to Pullars In- 
struments Limited (formerly Pullars Electric Co. 
(Brighton) Limited), Brighton, England. Setting 

pointer for measuring instruments. 2,605,737, Aug. 5. 
Brown, James G. : See — 

Levitin, Benjamin, Brown, Peeples, and M. B. 
Brown, Jesse F., Lebanon, Tenn. Hitch for tractor-drawn 

plows. 2,585,085, Feb. 12. 
Brown, John, Berwyn, B. L. Snavely, Takonia Park, and 

J. V. Atanasoff, Fulton, Jld. Electronic circuit chassis. 

2,588,082, Mar. 4. 



Brown, John H., Jr., Sands Point, assignor to Lily-Tulip 
Cup Corporation, New York, N. Y. Apparatus for mak- 
ing tubular paper containers. 2,584,542, Feb. 5. 
Brown, John M. : See — 

Burtner, Robert R., and Brown. 
Brown, John N. : See — 

Dickerman, Harry K., and Brown. 

Brown, John P., Sunbury, Pa. Machine to cut insulated 
brick or sand coated siding. 2,604,943, July 29. 

Brown, John R., Woodmont, and C. I. Read, assignors to 
Tilo Roofing Company, Inc., Stratford, Conn. Shingle. 
2,598,497, May 27. 

Brown, John T. L., Short Hills, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Adjusting polar relays. 2,590,228, Mar. 25. 

Brown, John T. L., Short Hills, and C. E. Pollard. Jr., 
Hohokus, N. J., assignors to Bell Telephone Labora- 
tories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Relay. 
2,609,404, Sept. 2. 

Brown, John W., Great Falls, Mont. Artificial fishing 
lure. 2,603,903, July 22. 

Brown, John W., Kimmswick, and J. T. Donnell, Barn- 
hart, Mo. Medication unit. 2,616,424, Nov. 4. 

Brown, John W., South Euclid, assignor to The John P. 
Cochran Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Guard for groove- 
top containers. 2,611,508, Sept. 23. 

Brown, Johnnie J., Jr., Pratt, W. Va. Fish bait catching 
apparatus. 2,604,715, July 29. 

Brown, Joseph, Drexel, Pa. Combination venting, filling, 
and gauging device for fuel oil tanks. 2,599,162, June 
3. 

Brown, Joseph, Philadelphia, Pa. Velocity recorder. 
2.613,125, Oct. 7. 

Brown, Joshua R. C, Jr., Chicago, 111., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Luminescent zinc sulfide phos- 
phors and preparing same. 2,610,154, Sept. 9. 

Brown, Kenneth A., Gervais, Oreg. Tractor attachment. 
2,597,615, May 20. 

Brown, Kenneth B. : Sec — 

Brown, Russell Q., and K. B. 

Brown, Kenneth M. : See — 

Chenicek, Joseph A., and Brown. 

Brown, Kenneth M., Hinsdale, and C. G. Gerhold, River- 
side, assignors to Universal Oil Products Company, 
Chicago, 111, Desulfurization of hydrocarbon gases. 
2,598,034, May 27. 

Brown, Kenneth M., Culver City, and P. H. Green, as- 
signors to The Garrett Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif. 
Gas turbine-driven auxiliary power and air conditioning 
system. 2,618,470, Nov. 18. 

Brown, Kenneth R.. West Chester. Pa., assignor to Atlas 
Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. Frozen confection. 
2,602,749, Julys, 

Brown, Kenneth R., West Chester Pa., assisnor to Atlas 
Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. Cellulose-morpho- 
linlum derivative composition and process. 2,623,874, 
Dec. 30. 

Brown. Lee V. : See — 

Toy, Artliur D. F., and Brown. 

Brown, Lemuel G., Oklahoma City, Okla. Grass trimming 
tool. 2,617,189, Nov. 11. 

Brown, Leo C, assignor to Swift & Company, Chicago, 111. 
Coloring and packaging margarine and coloring com- 
position therefor. 2,607,697, Aug. 19. 

Brown, Leo H., Glenville, Conn. Optical aiming device 
for indirect artillery fire. 2,581,355, Jan. 8. 

Brown, Leonard : See — 

Lynam, John E., and Brown. 

Brown, Leonard, and J. E. Lynam, Mapperley, assignors to 
William Cotton Limited, Leicestershire, England. 
Straight bar knitting machine for production of run- 
resistant knitted fabric. 2,593,006, Apr, 15. 

Brown, Leonard, Nottingham, and J, E. Lynam, Mapper- 
ley, Nottingham, assignors to William Cotton Limited, 
Loughborough, England. Welt stick mechanism of 
straight bar knitting machines, 2,618,947, Nov. 25. 

Brown, Leonard, Nottingham, and J. E. Lynam, Mapper 
ley, Nottingham, assignors to William Cotton Limited, 
Loughborough, England. Welt turning apparatus. 

2.618.948, Nov. 25. 

Brown, Leonard, Nottingham, and J. E. Lynam, Mapper- 
ley, Nottingham, assignors to William (jotton Limited, 
Loughborough, England. Welt turning apparatus. 

2.618.949, Nov. 25. 

Brown, Leslie S., Newton, Mass. Fleecelike stripping for 

boot tops or the like. 2,597,285, May 20. 
Brown, Lewis R. : See — 

Goodman, Alfred B,, and Brown. 
Brown, Lloyd H.. assignor to The Quaker Oats Company, 

Chicago, 111. ITurfuryl alcohol resins. 2,601,497, June 

24. 
Brown, Lloyd H., assignor to The Quaker Oats Company, 

Chicago, 111. Oil soluble furfural-phenol resins. 

2.601,498, June 24. 
Brown, Lloyd H., Seattle, Wash., assignor to California 

Research Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. Phenol 

phthaldehyde resins and preparing same. 2,621,165, 

Dec. 9. 
Brown, Louis B., Duquesne, Pa. Removable traction 

cleat for use with vehicle tires. 2,603,268, July 15. 
Brown, Louis B., Duquesne. Pa. Removable traction cleat 

for vehicle tires. 2,621,699, Dec. 16. 
Brown, Luther B., Greggton, Tex. Sprinkler hose holder. 

2,584,543, Feb. 5. 



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Brown, Malcolm N. : See — 

Naulty, Howard W., and Brown. 

Brown, Max, assignor to The Waterbury Metal Stamping 
Co Waterbury, Conn. Buckle for holding ribbons. 
2,613,420, Oct. 14. 

Brown, Melvin H. : See — 

Sweeney, Orland R., Brown, and Arnold. 

Brown, Meredith C, Whittier, assignor to Pacific Clay 
Products, Los Angeles, Calif. Apparatus for spray- 
ing fluid into tubular members. 2,604,872, July 29. 

Brown Morris E., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Cover locking mechanism. 2,592,239, 
Apr. 8. . „.^^ ^ 

Brown, Myron J. and F. F. Lukaszewicz, Pittsburgh, as- 
signors to Westinghouse Electric Corporation, East 
Pittsburgh, Pa. Switchboard construction. 2,593,97o, 
Apr 22. 

Brown, Norman F., Surrey, assignor to N. F. B. Dis- 
placement Pump Co. Limited, London, England. 
Resilient sealing member for pistons, plungers, or the 
like. 2,589.332, Mar. 18. . ^ . cu , 

Brown, Norman M., Jr., Los Angeles, and C. A. bhank, 
Redondo Beach, assignors to The Garrett Corporation, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Processing electrical elements. 
2,609,644, Sept. 9. . ,. . . 

Brown, Oren G., Seattle, Wash. Roller type ratchet struc- 
ture. 2,584,256, Feb. 5. 

Brown, Orland M. : See — 

Blitzer, Sidney M., and Brown. 

Brown, Orvllle R., Danville, 111. Toy hoisting truck. 
2,589,333, Mar. 18. 

Brown, Otis A., assignee : See — 

Fitzgerald, Bloyce D. ' 

Brown, Otis C, Fall Brook, Calif. Rotary sprinkler 
head. 2,620,233, Dec. 2. „,^ , , . . . v.- ^ 

Brown Paul L., Detroit, Mich. Wheeled animated bird 
on a cord. 2,599,227, June 3. ^ ^^^ 

Brown, Percy A.. Quantico, Va. Eyelash curler. 2,o84,668, 

Feb. 5. . , „ ■, i 

Brown Percy M., Tenafly, assignor to Anchor Products 
Company, North Bergen, N. J. Lock. 2,582,309. Jan. 
15 

Brown, Ralph, Fall Brook, assignor to Electrical Products 
Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif. Enamel coated articles 
and making same. 2,598,498i May 27. 

Brown, Ralph, Fall Brook, assignor to Electrical Prod- 
ucts Corporation, Los Angeles, Calif. Tube and sup- 
port combination for illuminated signs. 2,623,988, 
Dec. 30. 

Brown, Ralph E. : See — • 

Benson, Bernard S., and Brown. 

Lehner. George P. J., Brown and Burkhart. 

Owen, Harold R., and Brown. 

Brown Ralph B., Los Angeles, assignor to Douglas Air- 
craft Companv, Inc., Santa Monica, Calif. Counting 
device. 2,620,980, Dec. 9. 

Brown, Ralph W., East St. Louis, 111., assignor to Alu- 
minum Company of America, Pittsburgh, Pa. Recovery 
of gallium from alkali metal aluminate solutions. 
2,582,377, Jan. 15. 

Brown, Ralph W., East St. Louis. 111., assignor to Alu- 
minum Company of America, Pittsburgh, Pa. Pro- 
ducing gallium. 2,582,378, Jan. 15. 

Brown, Richard L. : See — 

Gogolick, Roland M.. and Brown. 

Brown, Robert B., assignor to T. R. Mantes, doing busi- 
ness as T. R. Mantes Co., San Francisco, Calif. Weigh- 
ing machine. 2,580,993, Jan. 1. 

Brown, Robert B., assignor to T. R. Mantes, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. Automatic control valve for measuring ap- 
paratus. 2,604,906, July 29. 

Brown, Robert B., assignor to T. R. Mantes, San Fran- 
cisco, Calif. Automatic filling and weighing device. 
2,605,075, July 29. 

Brown, Robert E. : See — 

Brown, Elmer E. and R. E. 
Keyser, Louis S., and Brown. 

Brown, Robert H. : Sec — 

Bowen. Edward G., Taylor, Williams. Brown, and 
Touch. 

Brown, Robert H., Beckenham, assignor to W. E. Moulsdale 
and Company Limited, London. England. Apparatus 
for removing the outer layers from hard kerneled grains. 
2,599,892. June 10. 

Brown, Roliert H., Pulaski. Tenn. Rotary turbine-type 
hydraulic coupling. 2,611,247, Sept. 23. 

Brown, Robert H., Pulaski, Tenn. Pocket retainer. 
2,619,649, Dec. 2. 

Brown, Robert H.. Pulaski, Tenn. Centrifugal pump. 
2,619,910, Dec. 2. 

Brown, Robert J., A. R. Nees, and A. N. Bennett, assignors 
to The Ore.it Westorn Sugar Compan.v, Denver, Colo. 
Recovery of nitrogenous and other compounds. 2,586,295, 
Feb. m. 

Brown, Robert L., assignee : See — • 
Peckliam, Roy E. 

Brown, Robprt L., Forndale, Mich., assignor to United- 
Carr Fastener Corporation, Cambridge, Mass. Molding 
fastener. 2,585,996. Feb. 19. 

Brown, Robert M., Kansas Citv, Kans. Clamp structure 
for adjustable drafting tables. 2,621,094, Dec. 9. 

Brown. Robert O. : See — ■ 

Harrel, Chastain G., Brown, and Kimball. 



Brown, Robert P., White Plains, N. Y. Ski sled. 
2,593,974, Apr. 22. 

Brown, Robert W., North Syracuse, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Electronic control circuit. 
2,599,228, June 3. 

Brown, Rodney G., North Brunswick Township Middlesex 
County, N. J., assignor to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & 
Company, Wilmington, Del. Bookbinding adhesives and 
applying same. 2,612,463, Sept. 30. 

Brown, Roy W., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Torsional support. 2,581,912, 
Jan. 8. 

Brown, Roy W., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Aircraft undercarriage. 
2,581,935, Jan. 8. 

Brown, Roy W., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rubber 
Company Akron, Ohio. Air spring for heavy machinery. 
2,605,066, July 29. 

Brown, Roy W., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Rubber-metal spring. 2,605,099, 
July 29. 

Brown, Royce M., Albuquerque, N. Mex. Hair trimmer. 
2,615,243, Oct. 28. 

Brown, Russell G., and K. E., Montague, Mich. Instru- 
ment for closing and opening split sinkers on fishing 
lines. 2,603,992, July 22. 

Brown and Sharpe Manufacturing Company, assignee : 
See — 

Coffin, Edward E. 
Lalime, Lester J. 
Levesque, George N. 
Maglott, George F. 
Mathewson, Maxwell I. 
Meyer, Hans. 
Sizer, Harold S. 
Weimar, Hans C. 

Brown, Steffen S., assignor to The Brown-Brockmeyer 
Co., Dayton, Ohio. Shaft seal. 2,582,525, Jan. 15. 

Brown, Steffen S., assignor to The Brown-Brockmeyer Com- 
pany, Dayton, Ohio. Electric motor and selector switch 
therefor. 2,619,621, Nov. 25. 

Brown, Steffen S., assignor to The Brown-Brockmeyer 
Company, Dayton, Ohio. Electric motor and operation. 
2,622,232, Dec. 16. 

Brown, Thomas M. : See — 

Gillette, Earl D., and Brown. 

Brown, Thomas W. P., Gosforth, and H. G. Yates, North- 
umberland, assignors to The Parsons and Marine En- 
gineering Turbine Research and Development Associa- 
tion, Wallsend, England. Shaft for gas turbines and 
the like. 2,622,417, Dec. 23. 

Brown, Victor J., Newark, N. J., and H. C. Costello, 
Massapequa, N. Y. Skate wheel. 2,599,540. June 10. 

Brown, Vincent C, Big Stone City, S. Dak. Window 
screen for vehicles. 2,591,232, Apr. 1. 

Brown, Walter E. : See — 

Harrison, Stuart A., and Brown. 

Brown, Walter J. : See — 

Rutter, Donald E., Shaper, and Brown. 

Biown, Warren D. : See — 

Brown, Warren G. and W. D. 
Brown, Warren G. and W. D.. Detroit, Mich. Apparatus 
tor preparing and spraying cementitious materials. 
2.603,462. July 15. 

Brown. Warren G. and W. D., Detroit, Mich. Coating 
surfaces with cementitious material. 2,618,576. Nov. 
18. 

Brown, Wesley H., Knoxville, Tenn. Valve mechanism. 
2,593,531, Apr. 22. 

Brown, William, London, and H. C. Mellor, Hatch End, 
England, assignors to Sterling Drug Inc., New York, N. 
Y. Antisprouting methods and compositions. 2,615,801. 
Oct. 28. 

Brown, William C, assignor to The National Cash Regis- 
ter Company, Dayton, Ohio. Split mechanism. 
2,613,872, Oct. 14. 

Brown, William C, Lincoln, assignor to Raytheon Manu- 
facturing Company, Newton. Mass. Magnetron electron 
discharge device. 2,615,143, Oct. 21. 

Brown. William C. Watertown. assignor to Raytheon 
Manufacturing Company, Newton, Mass. Electron dis- 
charge device of the magnetron type. 2,585,084, Feb. 
12. 

Brown, William C, Weston, assignor to Raytheon Manu- 
facturing Company, Newton, Slass. Cavity resonator 
electron discharge device. Re. 23,480, Apr. 29. 

Brown, William C, Weston, assignor to Raytheon Manu- 
facturing Company, Newton, Mass. Electron discharge 
device. 2.608,673, Aug. 26. 

Brown, William D.. Glendale, Calif. BrassiSre construc- 
tion. 2.623,211, Dec. 30. 

Brown, William E. : Sec — 

Lawson, John W., and Brown. 

Brown, William E., Anderson, Ind., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation. Detroit. Mich. Key operated elec- 
tric switch. 2.013.288, Oct. 7, 

Brown, William E., Pewaukee, assignor to Cutler-Hammer, 
Inc., Milwaukee, Wis. Cooling system for electron tubes 
and other devices. 2,593,260, Apr. 15. 

Brown, William E., Sacramento, Calif. Piston. 2,619,392, 
Nov. 25. 

Brown, William .T. B., Corpus Christi, Tex. Fishing 
tackle. 2,623,322, Dec. 30. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Brown, William L., 3rd, and VV. L. Brown, 4th, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Engine. 2,588,478, Mar. 11. 

Brown, William L., 4th : See — 

Brown, William L., 3rd, and W. L. Brown, 4th. 

Brown, William V., Flushing, assignor to Republic Avia- 
tion Corporation, near Farmingdale, N. Y. Recording 
apparatus. 2,606,808, Aug. 12. 

Brown, William W., Wheatland, Calif. Pruning saw 
jointer. 2,582,101, Jan. 8. 

Brown, Wiser : See — 

Harris, Wesley W., and Brown. 

Browne, Geoffrey D., Upper Norwood, London, assignor 
to The Hartford National Bank and Trust Company, 
Hartford, Conn., as trustee. Circuit arrangement for 
time subdivision. 2,589,334, Mar. 18 . 

Browne, Kenneth A., Lakewood, Ohio, assignor to Curtiss- 
Wriglit Corporation. Transmission and one-way clutch 
therefor. 2,596,367, May 13. 

Browne, Kenneth J., Huntington Park, Calif. Earth 
auger. 2,591,233, Apr. 1. 

Browne-Morse Company, assignee : See — 
Poe, William A. 

Browne, Thomas E.. Jr. : See — 

Baker, Benjamin 1'., and Browne. 

Browne, William H. : See — 

Sebok, Joseph B., Browne, and Pavlish. 

Brownell, Keith M., Minneapolis, Minn. Air intake pre- 
heater for automobile engines. 2,610,282, Sept. 9. 

Brownell, William F., Jr. : See — 

Saunders, Harold B., Lee, Marvirtney, and Brownell. 

Brownie, Hex S., assignor to International Hardware 
Manufacturing Company. Detroit. Mich. Lever adjuster 
for casement windows. 2.587,963, Mar. 4. 

Brownie, Kex S., assignor to International Hardware 
Manufacturing Company, Detroit, Mich. Stay bar 
construction. 2,589,768, Mar. 18. 

Browning, Bonny 1., North Kansas City, Mo., assignor by 
decree of distribution to Clare Browning. Kail car bear- 
ing and oiler. 2,010,095, Sept. 9. 

Browning, Clare, assignee : See — 
Browning, Bonny I. 

Browning, George V., Hammond, Ind., assignor to Stand- 
ard Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Grease preparation. 
2,616,850, Nov. 4. 

Browning, George V., Schenectady, N. T., assignor to 
Standard Oil Company, Chicago, 111. Grease dispersion. 
2,580,654, Jan. 1. 

Browning, J. M. & M. S.. Company, assignee : See — 
Browning, Val A. 

Browning, Melvln F. : See — 

Schaffert, Roland M., and Browning. 

Browning, Roe V., and C. F. Badgley ; said Badgley as- 
signor of 25 percent to O. R. Tschache and 25 percent 
to J. W. Tschache, Bozenia, Mont. Ratchet mechanism 
for wrenches, screw drivers, and the like. 2,586,296, 
Feb. 19. 

Browning, Roscoe : See — 

Francis, George C, and Browning. 

Browning, Val A., Ogden, Utah. Carrier latch for re- 
peating firearms. 2.586,509. Feb. 19. 

Browning, Val A., Ogden, Utah. Take-down arrangement 
for firearms. 2..594.861. Apr. 29. 

Browning Val A., Ogden, Utah. Take-down arrangement 
for firearms. 2,594,862, Apr. 29. 

Browning, Val A., Ogden, Utah, assignor to V. A. Brown- 
ing trustee. Two-part cartridge carrier for repeating 
firearms. 2,604,713, July 29. 

Browning, Val A., assignor to J. M. & M. S. Browning 
Company, Ogden Utah. Trigger plate assembly for 
firearms. 2,604,714, July 29. 

Browning, Val A., Ogden. Utah. Latch for pivoted lock- 
ing bolts for repeating firearms. 2,614.462, Oct. 21. 

Browning, Victor R., Euclid, assignor to Victor R. Brown- 
ing & Company, Incorporated, Willoughby, Ohio. Self- 
contained grab bucket unit for hoist lines. 2,605,563, 
Aug. 5. 

Browning, Victor R., & Company, Incorporated, assignee : 
See — 

Browning, Victor R. 
IBrownlee, Allen L., assignor to Wico Electric Company, 
West Springfield, Mass. Flywheel magneto. 2,583,466, 
Jan. 22. 

Brownlow, Cecil L., Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phil- 
lips Petroleum Company. Line fault detector. 2,586,781, 
Feb. 26. 

Brownscombe, Eugene R. : See — 

Whorton, Leonidas P., Brownscombe, and Dyes. 

Brownscombe, Eugene R., Dallas, Tex., assignor to The 
Atlantic Refining Company. Philadelphia, Pa. Recovery 
of oil from wells. 2,609.051, Sept. 2. 

Brownstein. Benjamin, EUwood City. Pa. Hydraulic pres- 
sure control apparatus. 2.590,503, Mar, 25. 

Brownstein, Benjamin, EUwood City, Pa. Core for tu- 
bular ingot molds. 2,616,137, Nov. 4. 

Browse. George W. : See — 

Robertson, Neil D. G.. and Browse. 
Broyhill, Roy P.. Dakota City, Nebr. Tractor mounted 

spray device. 2,590,677, Mar. 25. 
Broyles, Grace A., Kenosha, Wis. Hair curler. 2,604,894, 

July 29. 
Broyles, Daniel, and C. Russell, Knoxville. Tenn. ; said 

Russell assignor to said Broyles. Vending machine. 

2.621,096, Dec. 9. 



Broyles, Otis T., Houston, Tex. Well packer. 2,605,845, 

Aug. 5. 
Broyles, Otis T., assignor to Associated Engineers, Inc., 

Houston, Tex. Bushing inserting tool. 2,614,633, Oct. 

Brozek, Lawrence : See — 

Heinmann, Heinrich, and BrozeU. 

Brozozowski. Bronislaw T. : See — 

Young, Leo L., Drechsler, and Brozozowski. 

Brualdi, Ulysses J., Ansonia, Conn. Fruit and vegetable 
slicer. 2,621,691, Dec. 16. 

Brubaker, John T., Luray, Va. Rodent trap. 2,592,388, 
Apr. 8. 

Brubaker, Wilson M., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westing- 
house Electi'ic Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Elec- 
trical converter. 2,616,045, Oct. 28. 

Brucato, Antonio, Bridgeport, Conn. Massaging appara- 
tus. 2,499,367, June 3. 

Bruce, Cyril G. : See — 

Molins. Desmond W., Ruau. Jackson, and Bruce. 

Bruce Donald S. : See — 

Havemann, Robert A., Bruce, and MacRae. 

Bruce, B. L., Company, assignee : See — 
Jones. Leslie H. 

Bruce, Bdmond, Red Bank, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Double-lockout interconnecting system. 2,594,389, Apr. 
29. 

Bruce. Bdmond, Red Bank, and N. I. Hall, Madison, N. J., 
assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Electron-tube controlled switching 
system. 2,582,959, Jan. 22. 

Bruce, Edmond, Red Bank, N. J., and L. Gross, Bayside, 
assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, 
New York, N. Y. Beam switching system. 2,599,368, 
June 3. 

Bruce Engineering Corporation, assignee : See — 
Bruce, .John K. 

Bruce Industries, assignee : See — 
Brown, Alexander M., and Earl. 

Bruce, James B., Chicago, 111. Automatic fluid brake 
governed speed regulating transmission. 2,618,175, 
Nov. 18. 

Bruce, John A., assignor to Prime Products Inc., Tampa, 
Fla. Fruit juice blend and producing same. 2,599,431, 
June 3. 

Bruce, John K., South Pasadena, assignor to Bruce 
Engineering Corporation, San Francisco, Calif. Ma- 
terials handling apparatus. 2,602,533, July 8. 

Bruce, Robert S., Madera, Calif. Bed mounting attach- 
ment for playpens. 2,620,490, Dec. 9. 

Bruce, Roy A., and R. W. Haman, Elmhurst, assignors to 
The Wander Company, Chicago, 111. Sanitary can 
opener apparatus. 2,603,858, July 22. 

Bruce, Stanford P., assignor to Wheel Trueing Tool Com- 
pany, Detroit. Mich. Tool-holder assembly. 2,585,733, 
Feb. 12. 

Bruce, Stanford P., assignor to Wheel Trueing Tool Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. Tool bracket and indexing as- 
sembly. 2,592,240, Apr. 8. 

Bruce, Stanford P., assignor to Wheel Trueing Tool Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich. AVheel dressing unit. 2,592,241, 
Apr. 8. 

Bruce. Stanford P., assignor to Wheel Trueing Tool Com- 
pany, Detroit, Mich, Grinding wheel dressing mech- 
anism. 2, .597,616, May 20, 

Bruce, William F. : See — 

Abell. Liese L., Bruce, and Seitter. 

Bruce, William F., Havertown, assignor to Wyeth In- 
corporated, Philadelphia, Pa. Tertiary butyl secondary 
amines and preparing the same. 2,597,446, May 20. 

Bruce, William F., Havertown. assignor to Wyeth Incor- 
porated, Philadelphia, Pa. Potassium stannous fluoride. 
2,606,812, Aug. 12. 

Bruce, William F., Havertown, J. L. Szabo, Drexel Hill, 
and S. Tubis, Upper Darby, assignors to Wyeth Incorpo- 
rated, Philadelphia, Pa. N-alkylamino-methyl-phenyl- 
propane and preparing same. 2,597,445, May '20. 

Bruce, William F., Havertown, Pa., and V. J. Webers, 
Racine, Wis,, assignors to Wyeth Incorporated, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Leuckart synthesis. 2,603,661, July 15. 

Briick, Lothar : See — 

Huber, Harry, and Briick. 

Briick, Lothar, Paris, France, assignor to Compagnie Gen- 
erate de Telegraphic Sans Fil. Multiple cavity reso- 
nator. 2.607,017, Aug. 12. 

Briick, Lothar, Paris, France, assignor to Compagnie 
General de T. S. F. Electron tube for very high fre- 
quencies. 2,617,961. Nov. 11. 

Briick, Lothar, Paris, France, assignor to Compagnie Gen- 
erale De Telegraphic Sans Fil, Very high gain travel- 
ing-wave tube. 2,623,193, Dec, 23. 

Bruck. William A., assignee : See — 
Fukal. Alfred F. 

Brucker, Ferdinand P., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 
Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Vulcanizing an- 
nular articles. 2,599,046, June 3. 

Brucker, Henry, Maplewood, assignor to Seal-Spout Cor- 
poration, Newark, N. J. Machine for inserting pour- 
ing spouts into containers. 2,589,769, Mar. 18. 

Brucksch, William F,, Jr., Bethany, and L. H. Howland. 
Watertown, Conn., assignors to United States Rubber 
Company, New York, N. Y. Phosphoryl compounds of 
ester substituted alcohols. 2,583,356, Jan. 22. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



101 



Brueckner, Gilbert M., Milwaukee, Wis. Antiloss device. 
2,612,669, Oct. 7. 

Bruegger, Albeit, Pbiladelphia, Pa. Holding means for 
preparing artibcial silk cakes foldable reels. 2,6'00,840, 
June 17. 

Bruegger, Z. A., Boise, Idaho. Accelerator pedal switch. 
2,623,135, Dec. 23. 

Bruemmer, August H. : See — 

Peters, Carl E., Kau, and Bruemmer. 

Bruengger, Heinrlch : .Vee — 

Graenacher, Charles, and Bruengger. 
Graenacher, Charles, Siegrist, and Bruengger. 

Bruening, Lee P., Glendale, Calif. Pivoted blade mounted 
on a tliimble. 2,611,953, Sept. 30. 

Bruestle, Ai-uiin O., assignor to The Cincinnati Mine Ma- 
chinery Company, Cincinnati, Ohio. Mining machine 
bit and block. 2,613,069, Oct. 7. 

Bruestle, Carl O., Metuchen, assignor to Syncro Machine 
Company, Perth Amboy, N. J. Reel chuck cradle for 
stranding machines. 2,593,838, Apr. 22. 

Bruestle, Carl O., Metuchen, assignor to Syncro Machine 
Company, Perth Amboy, N. J. Wire clamp and cutter 
for spooling machines. 2,600,841, June 17. 

Bruewer, Henry, assigno,^ to The Scliaible Company, Cin- 
cinnati. Ohio. Faucet spout. 2,585,997. Feb. 19. 

Brugmann, Frank J., Greeley, Colo. Tool for removing 
hub caps. 2,590,150, Mar. 25. 

Brugmann, Frank J., Greelev, Colo. Spanner type fly- 
wheel rotating tool. 2,612,067, Sept. 30. 

Brugmann, William H., Jr.. Elizabeth. N. J., assignor to 
Standard Oil Development Company. Antioxidant. 
2,600,154, June 10. 

Bruhl, Louis R., Chicago, 111. Glare shield. 2,596,836, 
May 13. 

Bruinier, Jacob G., Zaandam, Netherlands. Preparing al- 
coholic beverages. 2,608,484, Aug. 26. 

Bruining, Hajo : See — 

De Boer, Floris, Bruining, and Schagen. 

Bruining, Hajo, Floris de Boer, and P. Schagen, Eindhoven, 
Netherlands, assignors to Hartford National Bank and 
Trust Company. Hartford, Conn., as trustee. Cathode- 
ray image converter tube. 2,613,330. Oct. 7. 

Bruins, Paul F., Douglaston. and E. J. Kurtz, Brooklyn, 
N. Y., assignors to National Southern Products Corpora- 
tion. Vinyl resin plasticized with a mixture of a mono- 
hydric alcohol ester of the maleic anhydride adduct of 
rosin acid and a monohydric alcohol ester of a fatty 
acid. 2,585.222, Feb. 12. 

Brumbaugh, Chester C, Painesville, assignor to Diamond 
Alkali Company, Cleveland. Ohio. Heat exchange meth- 
od. 2,615,688, Oct. 28. 

Brumbaugh, Harold C, assignor of one-third to M. E. 
Krueger and one-third to H. Heltzel, Portland, Oreg. 
Folding bed for trailers. 2,581,576, Jan. 8. 

Brumbaugh, Isaac V., Clayton, Mo. Gas burner with ver- 
tically spaced ports and interior baflle. 2,609,871, 
Sept. 9. 

Brumberger, Sydney, Lawrence, N. Y. Device for view- 
ing slides. 2,594,390. Apr. 29. 

Brumby, Augusta K., Atlanta, Ga. Baby's tov and sup- 
port therefor. 2. .598.218, Mav 27. 

Brummel, Gordon T., Chicago, 111. Hook. 2,583,320, Jan. 
22. 

Brummer, Olln, Crete, HI. Cartridge type seal. 2,598,886, 
June 3. 

Brummer, Olin, Oak Park, 111. Sealing unit. 2,586,297, 
Feb. 19. 

Brummerstedt, Egon F., assignor to Foster Wheeler Cor- 
poration, New York, N. Y. Catalyst vessel. 2,614,034, 
Oct. 14. 

Brun, Max A., Rombas, and L. F. Sauvage. Homecourt, 
assignors to Compagnie des Forges et Acieries de la 
Marine et d'Homecourt (Soclete Anonymo), and Societe 
Lorraine des Acieries de Rombas (Societe Anonyme), 
Paris, France. Distributing device for the charge of 
shaft furnaces. 2,580.298, Feb. 19. 

Brundage, Alan D., assignor to F. L. Jacobs Co.. Detroit, 
Mich. Window operator. 2,599,744, June 10. 

Brundage, Clinton F., Macedon, assignor to Graflex, Inc., 
Rochester, N. Y. Photoflash bulb supporting and eject- 
ing means. 2,590,887, May 13. 

Brundage, John H. : See — 

Brandt. Walter, and Brundage. 

Brundage, William F., and G. O. Huntzinger. Anderson, 
Ind., assignors to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, 
Mich. Graph duplication. 2,600,201, June 10. 

Brundin, Nils H., Hoganas, Sweden, assignor to Ekstrand 
& Tholand, Inc., New York, N. Y. Recovering concen- 
trates of vanadium and/or uranium from raw materials. 
2,587,286, Feb. 26. 

Brung Mae L. : See — - 
Myers. Mae L. 

Brunelle, Henry E., Jr., Schenectady, N. Y., and L. S. 
Molde, Montevideo. Minn., assignors to General Electric 
Company. Ignition system. 2,602,149, July 1. 

Bruner Corporation, assignee : See — 
Palmer, Vernon J. 

Bruner, Frank H., Fishkill, H. V. Hess. Beacon, and G. B. 
Arnold, Glenham, assignors to The Texas Company, 
New York, N. Y. Separation of oxygen-containing or- 
ganic compounds from aqueous mixtures. 2,6051276. 
July 29. 



Bruner, George W., assignor to Vonnegut Moulder Corpo- 
ration, Indianapolis, Ind. Abrasive head. 2,601,499, 
June 24. 

Bruner, George W., and J. C. Shaffer, assignors to Vonne- 
gut Moulder Corporation, Indianapolis, Ind. Abrasive 
head. 2,600,613, June 17 

Bruner, Harold E., Akron Ohio, assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Herbicidal compo- 
sition and method. 2,615,802, Oct. 28. 

Bruner, Marvin J., assignee : See — 
Kitter, Saul. 

Bruner, Reuben G., Ferndale, Mich. Pickup for harvesters. 
2,606,416, Aug. 12. 

Bruner, Walter M.. Wilmington, and E. T. Darden, New 
Castle, assignors to E. I, du Pont de Nemours & Com- 
pany, Wilmington, Del. Azeotropic distillation of pro- 
pionamlde. 2.609. 33G. Sept. 2. 

Brunet, Louis M., Tarbes, France. Footwear. 2,588,801, 
Mar. 11. 

Brunetti, Cledo, Silver Spring, Md., assignor to the 
United States of America as represented by the Secre- 
tary of War. Nonplanar printed circuits and structural 
unit. 2 011,040, Sept. 16. 

Brunetti, Leonello, Mountain View, Calif. Amalgamator. 
2,614,693, Oct. 21. 

Brunger, Robert G. : See — 

Bobb, Russell V., and Brunger. 

Bruning, Charles, Company, assignee : See — 
Schulze, John J. 

Bruninga, John H., assignee : See — 
Moldenhauer, August J. 

Brunk, Chester A., Chico, Calif. Handle for boxes. 
2,602,688, July 8. 

Brunk, Leslie L., St. Petersburg, Fla. Distributor plate. 
2,617,899, Nov. 11. 

Brunner, Albert Jennings, assignor to Wagner Electric 
Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Split retaining ring ar- 
rangement for piston packing. 2.601,085, June 17. 

Brunner, August H., Jr., and R. H. Zappert, Binghamton, 
assignors to General Aniline & Film Corporation. New 
York, N. Y. Regeneration of exhausted silver bleach 
solutions by means of N-bromo compounds. 2,611,700, 
Sent. 23. 

Brunner, Wilbur C. : See — 

Kyle, Joseph H., Adams, and Brunner. 

Bruno, Joseph J., assignee : See — 
Furlong, Donn B. 

Bruno, Samuel J., Belleville, assignor to The Thomas 
Wright Co., Inc., Jersey City, N. J. Coal delivery 
truck and depositing conveyer. 2,589,988, Mar. 18. 

Bruns, Herbert F., assignor to Ditto, Incorporated, Chi- 
cago, 111. Duplicating machine plate clamp. 2,586,146, 
Feb. 39. 

Bruns, Howard B., San Francisco, Calif. Fish landing 
net. 2,597,447. May 20. 

Bruns, Louis E. and T. M., Hecla, S. Dak. Bale lo.iding 
attachment for balers. 2,613,591, Oct. 14. 

Bruns, Theodore M. : See — 
Bruns. Louis E. and T. M. 

Bruns, William H., Lincolndale, and S. Davis, Brooklyn, 
assignors to Otis Elevator Company. New York N. Y. 
Safety mechanism for doors. 2,601,250, June 24. 

Brunschweller, A., & Co., Metallwarenfabrik. assignee : 
See— 

Wolff, Josef. 

Brunsell, Robert C, Bvansvllle, Wis. Electric stop 
mechanism for jeeps. 2,598,757, June 3. 

Brunslng, Rex L. : See — 

Beardsley, Melville W., and Brunsing. 

Brunslng, Re.x L., assignor to Vacuum Cooling Company, 
San Francisco. Calif. Thermometer and determining 
temperature in a vacuum cooling chamber for cooling 
vegetables. 2,585,086, Feb. 12. 

Brunson Instrument Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Moore. William D. 

Brunson, Virgil A., assignor to Blackmer Pump Company, 
Grand Rapids, Mich. Measuring pump counter. 
2,601,950, July 1. 

Brunstad, Julius M., Colfax, Wis. Liquid cooler. 
2,600,474, June 17. 

Brunsvold. Earle M., Glen Lake, Minn. Ash tray. 
2,589,989. Mar. 18. 

Brunswick-Balke-Collender Company, The, assignee: 
See — 

Fleming. Lawrence M. 

Harris. Forist. 

Montooth, George A. 

Montooth, George A., and Bowen. 

Whipple, Jack V., and G. P. and E. P. Bentley. 

Brunt, Marvin C. Benkelman, Nebr. Convertible disk 
harrow. 2,008,040, Aug. 26. 

Brunton, Donald A. : See — 

Hoover. Paul L., and Brunton. 

Brunton, Ray M., Long Beach, Calif. Differential pressure 
relief valve. 2,596,368. May 13. 

Bruoit. Louis E., assignor to Wayne Candies, Inc., Fort 
Wavne, Ind. Method and apparatus for manufacturing 
contections. 2,607.303. Aug. 19. 

Brus, Emile P., Kansas City, Mo. Portable electric serv- 
ice lamp. 2.591,131. Apr. 1. 

Brusatori, Emil, assignee : See — • 
Paul, Leonard B. 

Brusdal, Olaf, Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General Electric 
Company. Nozzle. 2,593,096, Apr. 15. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Feed mechanism for 



Brush, Clyde E., Oakland, Calif 

firearms. 2,601,735, July 1. 
Brush Development Company, The, assignee : See — 
Arndt. John P., Jr. 
Arndt, John P., Jr., and Shomer. 
Begun, Semi J. 

iBegun, Semi J., and Deucher. 
Brajer, Edwin J. 
Bratton, Robert A. 
Chambers, Lawrence B. 
Jaffe, Hans. 
Kornei. Otto. 
Lynch, Thomas E. 
Parkinson, David B., and Bieleckl. 
Rutter. Donald E., Shaper, and Brown. 
Swinehart, Frank. 
Williams, Alfred L. W. 
Zapponi. Paschal P. 
Brush, Don D., Oregon City, Oreg., assignor of one-half to 
M. Jabczenski. Hull construction. 2,619,065, Nov. 25. 
Bruske, Walter J., Fall Creek, Wig. Cover catching and 
holding attachment for can openers. 2,580,887, Jan. 1. 
Bruson, Herman A.. Shaker Heights, assignor to Industrial 
Rayon Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. Acrylonitrile poly- 
mers. 2,601,251. June 24. 
Bruson, Herman A.. Shaker Heights, assignor to Industrial 
Rayon Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. Polymeric com- 
positions. 2,601,252, June 24. 
Bruson, Herman A., Shaker Heights, assignor to Industrial 
Rayon Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. Polymeric com- 
positions and shaping same. 2,601,253, June 24. 
Bruson. Herman A., Shaker Heights, assignor to Industrial 
Rayon Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. Acrylonitrile poly- 
mer solutions in a cyclic carbonate solvent containing a 
ketone as a discoloration inhibitor. 2,601,255, June 24. 
Bruson, Herman A.. Shaker Heights, assignor to Industrial 
Rayon Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio. Acrylonitrile poly- 
mers. 2,601.256, June 24. 
Bruson, Herman A., Shaker Heights, and T. W. Eiener, 
Rocky River, assignors to Industrial Rayon Corporation. 
Cleveland, Ohio. Polymeric compositions and shaping 
same. 2,601,254, June 24. 
Brusse, Archie B., assignor to Rocky Mountain Metal 
Products Co., Denver, Colo. Orthodontic bracket. 
2,582,230, Jan. 15. 
Brussel, Fred H., assignee : See — 

McLeod. Roy D. 
Brussel, Sophia L., coexecutrlx, assignee : See — 

McLeod, Roy D. 
Brutsch & Co., assignee : See — 
Scheiwiller. Karl, 
tirscheler, Bmil. 
Brutus, Lee N., Eaton, Ohio, 
devices. 2,607.956, Aug. 26. 
Brutus, Lee N., Eaton, Ohio. 

2,608,229, Aug. 26. 
Bruyere, Andres and J. A. R 

Argentina. Device and process for producing cham- 
pagne, sparkling wines, and other fermented beverages. 
2,610,123, Sept. 9. 
Bruy6re, Juan A. R. : See — ■ 

Bruyere, Andres and J. A. R. 
Bruyning, Hugo G., Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor to 
flartford National Bank and Trust Company, Hartford, 
Conn., as trustee. Phase modulated inductive output 
tube oscillator system. 2,617,091, Nov. 4. 
Bruzau, Marie, Paris^ FYance, assignor to International 
Standard Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. Grow- 
ing piezoelectric crystals. 2,615,797, Oct. 28. 
Bryan, Charles B. : See — 

Ostermann, Hans J., Wilkens, and Bryan. 
Bryan, Frederick A. : See — • 

Taplin, George V., and Bryan. 
Bryan Full Fashioned Mills, Incorporated 
See — 

Cobert, Arthur J. 

Bryan. Harold E., La Jolla, Calif. Radio beacon 

indicating bearing on vehicles. 2,603,776, July 15, 

Bryan. Lloyd L., assignor to H. C. Price Co., Bartlesville, 

Okla. Apparatus for coating pipes. 2,602,980. July 15. 

Bryan, Mose A., Oklahoma City, Okla. Drill stem wiper. 

2,580,727, Jan. 1. 
Bryans, John R., assignee : See — - 

Scott. Philip B. 
Bryant. Austin U., Berkeley, Calif., assignor, 
assignments, to Grove Regulator Company, 
trol valve. 2,608,209. Aug. 26. 
Bryant, Chester, assignee : See — 

Martin, Thomas A. 
Bryant Chucking Grinder Company, assignee : See 
Arms, Merton H. 

Gates, and Ljunggren. 
LJunggren, and Moore. 



Making threaded locking 

Lock screw or the like. 

Bruyfere, Vincente Lopez, 



assignee : 



for 



by mesne 
Flow con- 



•T., 
J., 



Bryant, William 

Bryant, William 

Cornell, Elton S. 

Demuth, Galan W. 

Durland, Philip C. 

Gates, Hesslar H. 

Gates, Hesslar H., and Grobey. 

Ljunggren, Thor H. 

Moore. Willis P. 
Bryant, Claude F., Shreveport, 

2.595,051. Apr. 29. 

Bryant. Corwin W., Downers Grove, assignor to Crane Co., 

Chicago. 111. Pneumatic clutch. 2,618,366, Nov. 18. 



La. Tackle holder. 



Bryant, Edwin E., assignor to Nelson Muffler Corporation, 
Stoughton, Wis. Muffler with a plurality of expansion 
chambers. 2,614,647, Oct. 21. 

Bryant Electric Company, The, assignee : See — 
Webster, Benjamin C. 

Bryant, Eugene E., Bedford, Ohio, assignor to the United 
States of America as represented by the Secretary of 
War. Rotary discharge element for hoppers, having 
helical pockets and an axially slidable shield for adjust- 
ably occluding said poclcets. 2,603,388, July 15. 

Bryant, Eugene E., Bedford, Ohio, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to the United States of America as repre- 
sented by the Secretary of the Army. Porcelain enamel 
for direct application to metal and producing the same. 
2,604,410, July 22. 

Bryant, Harvey L., Roselle, N. J. Rotary seaming head. 
2,606,515, Aug. 12. 

Bryant, Herbert W., Chatham, N. J., assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories, Incorjforated, New York, N. Y. 
Telephone transmitter. 2,607,859, Aug. 19. 

Bryant, Joseph A., Lehigh, Iowa. Tile forming machine. 
2,584,669, Feb. 5. 

Bryant, Leroy P., Louisville, Ky. Saddle attachment for 
cycle seats. 2,613,723, Oct. 14. 

Bryant, Ozro N., Prospect Park, assignor to Westing- 
house Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Re- 
heater control for turbine apparatus. 2,586,510, Feb. 
19. 

Bryant, Ozro N., Prospect Park, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. Reheater 
control for turbine apparatus. 2,586,511, Feb. 19. 

Bryant, Ra.v W., assignor to Air Hydraulics, Inc., Jack- 
son, Mich. Air operated impact press. 2,610,613, 
Sept. 16, 

Bryant, Samuel D., Philadelphia, Pa. Mechanism to 
level and erect seat backs. 2.596,760, Mav 13. 

Bryant. William C. Garfield, N. J., and H. Frost, Jr., 
Yonkers, assignors to Swan-Finch Oil Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Grease and grease base. 2,504,286, Apr. 
29. 

Bryant, William C, Garfield, and A. Giordano, Hacken- 
sack, N. J., assignors to Swan-Finch Oil Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Greases and compounds for making 
same and other compositions. 2,604,449, July 22. 

Bryant, William J.. T. H. Ljunggren. and W. F. Moore, 
assignors to Bryant Chucking Grinder Compan.v, Spring- 
field, Vt. Internal grinding machine with automatic 
air gauge sizing. 2,585,533, Feb. 12. 

Br.vant. William J.. Springfield, Vt.. H. H. Gates. Charles- 
tnwn. N. H,, and T. H. lAiunggren, nssignors to Bryant 
Chucking Grinder Company, Springfield, Vt. Bore 
gauge head. 2,590,151, Mar. 25. 

Brycp, Elizabeth S., executrix : See — 
Bryce, .Tames W. 
Bryce, James W., and Dickin.<!on. 

Bryce, Jamos W., deceased. Glen Ridge. N. J., by E, S. 
Bryce. Glen Ridge, and The National Newark and Essex 
Banking Company of Newark, Newark, N. J., executors, 
and A. H. Dickinson, Greenwich, Conn,, assignors to 
International Business Machines Corporation. New 
York, N. Y. Summary card punch and collator. 
2,603.416, July 15. 

Bryce, James W,, deceased, by B, S. Bryce, Glen Ridge, and 
The National Newark and Essex Banking Company of 
Newark, Newark, N. J., executors, assignors to Inter- 
national Business Machines Corporation. New York, 
N. Y. Neon drum recording device. 2,606,484, Aug. 12. 

Bryce, James W.. Glen Ridge, N. J., and R. T. Blakely. 
Amityville. assignors to International Business Ma- 
chines Corporation, New Y^ork. N. Y. Record card 
sensing and analyzing means. 2,603.151. July 15. 

Bryn, John G., New York, N. Y. Hanger for the frames 
of pictures, mirrors, and the like. 2,600,730, Aug. 12, 

Bryson, Lawrence D., Connellsville, Pa. Adjustable 
gauge. 2.596,204, May 13. 

Bryson, M.Trtba A.. Arcadia. Calif. Teething mitten for 
babies. 2.586,608, Feb. 19. 

Bryson, William W. : See — 

Chandler. Daniel G., and Bryson. 

Brzpzinski. Walter P., Detroit, Mich. Fishing float. 
2.603.905, July 22. 

Brzozowski, Witold, Westmount, Montreal, Quebec, 
Canada, assignor to S. Czarnecki, Walden, N. Y. Heli- 
copter with jet-operated rotor. 2,601,258, June 24, 

Bub, Robert A., Penn Township, Allegheny County, and 
W. G. Young. Stoneboro. assignors to Mine Safety 
Appliances Company, Pittsburgh. Pa. Portable cable 
coiler. 2,602,599. July 8. 

Bubb, Alfred H„ Southdene, Port Elizabeth, Union of 
South Africa. Waist-fitting wearing apparel. 

2,581,627, Jan. 8. 

Buc, Saul R. : See — 

Randall. David I., and Buc. 

Buc, Saul R., Northampton County, Pa., assignor to Gen- 
eral Aniline & Film Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Diazotype photoprlnting material. 2,593,839, Apr, 22. 

Buc, Saul R., Easton, Pa., assignor to General Aniline & 
Film Corporation, New York, N. Y. m-Phthalimido- 
methyl derivatives of aniline, nitrobenzene, and nu- 
clear substitution products thereof, 2,593,840, Apr. 22. 

Buc, Saul R., and D. I. Randall, Easton, Pa., assignors 
to General Aniline & Film Corporation, New York, N, Y. 
Nitrobenzyl ethers. 2,587,566, Feb. 26. 



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Buccicone, Darlo, Gary, Ind. Belt mounting for magnetic 
rail conveyers. 2,600,475. June 17. 

Buccino, Jerry M. and J. J.. Canoga Park. Calif. Fasten- 
ing device for brake linings. 2,590,749, Mar. 25. 

Buccino, Julius J. : See — 

Buccino, Jerry M. and J. J. 

Buchal, Werner, Bel Air, and C. H. Cooke, assignors to 
The Glenn L. Martin Company, Middle River, Md. Ac- 
tuating mechanism and support for bomb bay doors. 
2,604,281, Julj' 22. 

Buchan, Frederick E., assignor to the United States of 
America as represented by the Secretary of the Interior. 
Continuous process for thermal extraction of oil shale. 
2,601,257, June 24. 

Buchan, James, assignor of two-thirds to J. A. King, and 
John Laird & Son, Limited, Glasgow Scotland. Powder 
distributing drum, 2. 609, 126. Sppt. 2. 

Buchan, James, assignor of two-thirds to J. A. King and 
John Laird & Son, Limited, Glasgow, Scotland. Powder 
container with bellows for expelling the powder there- 
from. 2,620,095, Dec. 2. 

Buchan, James, assignor of two-thirds to John Laird & 
Son, Limited, and J, A. King, Glasgow, Scotland. 
Powder distributing drums. 2,020,096, Dec. 2. 

Buchanan, A. A., assignee : See — 
West, Thomas S. 

Buchanan, Helen M., Hightstown, N. J. Appliance for 
preventing frizzing and kinking of hair during perma- 
nent waving operation. 2.603,225, July 15. 

Buchanan, Michael K., Norfolk, Va. Ice tray. 2,599,972, 
Jvino 10. 

Buchanan, Robert A. : See — 

Hibbard, Lloyd J.. Casanova, and Buchanan. 
Robertson, Nat C, and Buchanan. 

Buchanan, Russell B.. Lynbrook, assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories. Incorporated, New York. N. Y. Toll 
supervisory operator's telephone circuit. 2,619,549, 
Nov. 25. 

Buchanan Steel Products Corporation, assignee : See — 
Mils, Edward L., and Donahue. 

Buohan.Tn, William 11., \\ rittle, assicnor to Cinema- 
Television Limited London, England. Cathode-ray 
tube. 2.593,261, Apr. 15. 

Biicher, Fred J.. Library. Pa. Leakage indicator and 
protective equipment for direct current distributing 
circuits. 2.585.734, Feb. 12. 

Bucher, Fred J., Librnrv, Pn. Direct current circuit 
breaker tester. 2.014,150. Oct. 14. 

Buchholz, Arnold R., and W. A. Barganz, assignors to 
Brandt Automatic Cashier Company, Watertown. Wis. 
Feed control for counting machines. 2,581,074, Jan. 1. 

Buchi, Alfred, Winterthur, Switzerland. Outlet guiding 
arrangement. 2,596.646, May 13. 

Buchi, Alfred, Winterthur, Switzerland. Outlet guiding 
arrangement. 2.596,647. May 13. 

Blichi, Alfred. Winterthur. Switzerland. Compressing 
mn chine such as centrifugal blower or pump. 2.613,609, 
Oct. 14. 

Buchner, Guy M., HoldenvUle, Okla. Pull actuated trap 
hook. 2.589,533. Mar. 18. 

Buchner, Robert B.. Eindhoven. Netherlands, assignor to 
Hartford National Bank and Trust Company, Hartford, 
Conn., as trustee. Fuse system. 2,601,429, June 24. 

Buchner, Robert B.. Eindhoven. Netherlands, assignor to 
Hartford National Bank nnd Trust Company, Hartford, 
Conn., as trustee. Flip-flop circuit for operating a 
switch. 2,616,980. Nov. 4. 

Buchy, Louis G., and H. IMarion, Connersville. Ind., as- 
signors to Avco Manufacturing Corporation. Detroit, 
Mich. Drawer skid for sink cabinets and base cabinets. 
2.606.091, Aug. 5. 

Buck, Alvin J., Elkhart. Ind. Armrest for vehicle seats. 
2,619,155, Nov. 25. 

Buck. -Andrew P. W.. St. Paul, assignor of one-half to 
W. A. Kostick. Minneapolis, Minn. Grain unloading 
machine. 2.613,003. Oct. 7, 

Buck, Eugene W., Campbell, assignor of one-third to A. 
Cano, Santa Clara, Calif. Portable magnetic-base drill. 
2,622,457. Dec. 23. 

Buck, Frank H., Brandywine Hundred, M. M. Luskin, New 
Castle Hundred, and M. T. Sanders, Brandywine Hun- 
dred, assignors to Atlas Powder Companv, Wilmington, 
Del. Crystallization of sorbitol. 2,594,863, Apr. 29. 

Buck. Glenn. Wittenberg. Wis. Mailbox support. 
2.605.073. Julv 29. 

Buck, Harland li., Toledo, Ohio. Soap holder. 2,583,207, 
Jan. 22. 

Buck. Homer G.. Los Angeles. Calif., assignor to By-Buk 
Company. Sign and making the same. 2,591,779, 
Apr. 8. 

Buck, Johannes S., Glenmont, and B. F. Tullar, East 
Greenbush, assignors to Sterling Drug Inc., New Y'ork, 
N. Y. Preparation of 5,7-bisdehvdrosterolds. 2,615,904, 
Oct. 28. 

Buck, Joseph A., Berkey, Ohio. Door latch. 2,621,954, 
Dec. 16. 

Buck, Lamb G., Apalachicola, Fla. Sportsman's garment. 
2.620.479, Dec. 9. 

Buck, Robert M. : Sec — 

Campbell. Donald .\,, and r.nck. 

Buck. Robert M.. assignor, by mesne assignments, to 
Affiliated Gas Equipment, Inc., Cleveland. Ohio. Gas 
burner including combustion tunnel. 2,581,075, Jan. 1. 



Buck Wlllard E. : See — 

Barkas, Walter H., and Buck. 

Buck, Willard E., Los Alamos, N. Mex. Infrared receiver. 
2,623,183, Dec. 23. 

Buck. William H. : See — 

Clapetta, Frank G., and Buck. 

Buckendale, Lawrence R., assignor to The Timken-Detroit 
Axle Company, Detroit, Mich. Compensating brake cam 
follower. 2,592,536. Apr. 15. 

Buckendale, Lawrence R., assignor to The Timken-Detroit 
Axle Company, Detroit, Mich. Seal. 2,593,410. Apr. 22. 

Buckendale, Lawrence R., assignor to The Timken-De- 
troit Axle Company, Detroit. Mich. Power-operated 
multistage speed selector mechanism. 2,605,749, Aug. 5. 

Buckendale, Lawrence R., assignor to The Timken-Detroit 
Axle Company, Detroit, Mich. Vehicle with means for 
laterally stabilizing tandem drive axles and trans- 
mitting brake and drive torque reactions to the frame. 
2,607,431, Aug. 19. 

Buckendale, Lawrence R., assignor to The Timken-Detroit 
Axle Company, Detroit, Mich. Spider mounted bracket 
for air brakes. 2,619 202, Nov. 25. 

Buckendale, Lawrence R., and E. V. Elconin, assignors to 
The Timken-Detroit Axle Company, Detroit, Mich. 
Pintle hook. 2,609,213, Sept. 2. 

Buckens, William T., Bridgeport, Conn. Device with 
adjustable bearings for opening envelopes. 2,596,467, 
May 13. 

Bucker, Edward R. : See — 

Sweetser, Sumner B., Russell, and Bucker. 

Buckeridge, Roger M., assignor to Goodman Manufactur- 
ing Company, Chicago, 111. Belt conveyer system. 
2.586.782, Feb. 26. 

Buckeridge, Roger M., assignor to Goodman Manufactur- 
ing Company, Chicago, 111. Belt conveyer system. 
2,589,220. Jlar. 18. 

Buckey. Jefferson P., deceased. Easton. Conn. : J. F. 
McGowan, administrator, assignor to J. T. Kilbride, 
Stratford, Conn. Vacunni cleaner with sterilizing 
means. 2.590.152. Mar. 2ri. 

Buckeye Aluminum Company, The, assignee : See — 
Fry. Clifford W. 

Buckeye Cotton Oil Company, assignee : See — 
Rice. James V. 
Rowe, Steward. 
Weiss. Clarence B., and Dean. 

Buckeye Incubator Company, The, assignee : See — - 
Berry, Jack R. 

Buckeye Steel Castings Company, The, assignee : See — 
Moeller, Harry A., and Orr. 
Orr, Claude L., and Settles. 
Settles, James C, and Furniss. 
Wolfe. Harry H. 

Buckeye Tools Corporation, assignee : See — 
Stpurer. George E. 

Buckholdt. Robert E.. Salem. Ohio, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Salem Brosius, Inc., Pittsburgh. Pa. 
Conveyer, particularly for heating furnaces. 2,583,764, 
Jan. 29. 

Buckingham. William D., Southampton, assignor to The 
Western Union Telegraph Company. New Y'ork. N. Y. 
Jlacneticnll.v influenced arc device. 2.608,675. Aug. 26. 

Buckingh.im. William D., Southampton, assignor to The 
Western Union Telegraph Company, New York, N. Y. 
Arc regulator apparatus. 2,622,223, Dec. 16. 

Buckland, Bruce O., and A. Howard, Schenectady, N. Y., 
assignors to General Electric Company. Power plant 
frame structure having air-cooling means for turbine 
rotors and exhaust frame struts. "2,591,399, Apr. 1. 

Buckland, Bruce O., Schenectady, and D. C. Berkey, Scotia, 
N. Y.. assignors to General Electric Company. Atomiz- 
ing nozzle for spraying viscous liquids. 2,595,759, 
Jlay 6. 

Buckland, Bruce O.. Schenectady, and A. J. Nerad, Alplaus, 
N. Y., assignors to General Electric Company. Fuel-air 
mixing device. 2,602.292. July 8. 

Buckland. Bruce O., Schenectady, N. Y. and A. H. Morey, 
Erie, Pa., assignors to General Electric Company. 
Locomotive exhaust deflector. 2.609.766, Sept. 9. 

Buckland, Stuart G., Sale, and G. E. Hopkins, Withington, 
assignors to Hopkins & Buckland Limited. Manchester, 
England. Gate or the like. 2.594,864. Apr. 29. 

Buckle, Leslie G., ShefTield, England. Blowpipe or cutting 
torch for flame cutting or removal of metal. 2,622,668, 
Dec. 23. 

Buckle, Richard H., executor : See — 

Hewitt, Donald H., and Armitage. 
Wakeford. Leslie B.. and Hewitt. 

Buckles, Paul E. : See — 

Twells, Robert, and Buckles. 

Buckley. Charles W. : See — ■ 

Smith. Edwin K., Jr.. and Buckley, 

Buckley, Clayton G.. Sidney Center, assignor to Bendlx 
Aviation Corporation, New York, N. Y. Electrical ap- 
paratus. 2,604,499, July 22. 

Buckley. Daniel F.. Bolniont. Slass. Gas conversion ap- 
paratus. 2.586.416. Feb. 19. 

Buckley, Jay S.. Jr., Groton, Conn., assignor to Chas. 
Pfizer & Co.. Inc. Decreasing fluorescence of synthetic 
caffeine. 2.584,839, Feb. 5. 

Burklev, John L., Tenally. N. J., assignor to United States 
Rubber Company. New York, N. 1'. Wiper for drill 
pipes having a lubricant cavity. 2,611.146. Sept. 23. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Buckley, John L. and L. G., Olympia, assignors of one- 
eighth to B. B. Bei-lien, Seattle, one-eighth to K. B. Ogle, 
Hereer Island, Wash., and one-eighth to E. B. Martin, 
Eugene, Oreg. Panel embossing machine. 2,612,102, 
Sept. 30. 
Buckley, Lawrence G. : See — 

Buckley, John L. and L. G. 
Buekman, Edward A., Los Angeles, and T. F. Morson, San 
©iego, Calif. ; said Buekman assignor to said Alorson. 
Multiple rate valve. 2,584,422, Feb. 5. 
Buekmann, John P., Redondo Beach, assignor to Union Oil 
Company of California, Los Angeles, Calif. Pest con- 
trol. 2,61S.5S2. Nov. 18. 
Bucknell, Ernest H., assignee : See — 
Bentley, Clarence H. 

Bletcher, Ralph E., Bentley, and Bucknell. 
Bucknell, Mabel, assignee : See — 
Bentley, Clarence H. 

Bletcher, Ralph E., Bentley, and Bucknell. 
Bucknell, William H.. Norwalk, Conn., and E. Miessmer, 
Yonkers. assignors to Eastern Laboratories, Inc., New 
York. N. Y. Hair drier. 2.591,669. Apr. 8. 
Buekner, Gertrude H., Detroit, Mich. Clip. 2,622,604, 

Dec. 23. 
Buckuer Jlanufacturing Company, assignee : See — 

Royer, John A. 
Buckwalter. Charles, Norristown, Pa. Wheel and tire 

for airplanes. 2,620,010, Dec. 2. 
Buckwalter, Frank H., Dewitt, assignor to Bristol Labora- 
tories Inc., Syracuse, N. Y.. Dibenzylamine salts of 
penicillin. 2,585,432, Feb. 12. 
Bucky, Gustav, New York. N. Y. Close-up stereo camera. 

2,601,086, June 17. 
Bucsko, Eugene J., and V. T. Wedrjte, Pontiac, Mich. 

Scaffold bracket. 2,605,074, July 29. 
Bucyrus-Erie Company, assignee : See — 
Davidson, Trevor O., and Lonngren. 
Grundvig, Knut E. 
Meier, Johann H. 
Mork, George W. 
Mork, George W., and Reuter. 
Thierry, John A. 
Budai, Steve G. : See— 

Conley, Frank, and Budal. 
Budd Companv. The. assignee : See — 
Dean. Albert G. 

Dean. Albert G., and Chandlee. 
Dean, Walter B. and A. G. 
Bksergian. Carolus L. 
Gaenssle, Paul W. 
Gaenssle, Paul W., and Coombes. 
Greenshields, Robert O. 

Greenshiekls. Robert O.. Schmidt, and Kay. 
Ledwinka, Joseph, and Trautvetter. 
Lindsay. Alexander R. 
Lyon. John C. 
Murphy. Gooodrich K. 
Ridgway. Edmund T. 
Schiff. Karl. 
Schiff. Karl L. 
Temple. Robert B.. and Spohn. 
Watter, Jlichael, 
Watter. Michael, and Lyon. 
Budd. Larry J.. Chicago, assignor to Pallet Devices. Inc., 
Melrose Park, 111. Pallet container assembly for ship- 
ping articles. 2.594.287, Apr. 29. 
Budd, Larry J., Chicago, assignor to Pallet Devices, Inc., 
Des Plaines, 111. Palletized shipping structure. 
2,607,475, Aug. 19. 
Budd. Robert. Wilmington, N. C. Hair dresser's guide. 

2.593.504. May 6. 
Budd, Robert D., Denver. Colo., assignor to Goodman 
Manufacturing Companv. Chicago, 111. Driving rock 
tunnels. 2,622,403, Dec. 23. 
Budd. Wllbert H., assignor to Chicago Telephone Supply 
Corporation, Elkhart, Ind. Fastening device. 2,616,643, 
Nov. 4. 
Buddenhagen, Frederick E.. Hamden. assignor to The 
Armstrong Rubber Companv, West Haven. Conn. Tire 
casing with noiseless tread. 2,612,928. Oct. 7. 
Budelman, Chris D., Portland, Oreg. Auxiliary adjustable 

pot handle. 2,609,563, Sept. 9. 
Buder. Karl, assignor to Josef Sailer Maschinenfabrik, 
Augsburg. Germany. Yarn brake. 2,618,445, Nov. 18. 
Budisch. Paul D., Milwaukee, Wis. Lock for outboard 

motors. 2.615,323. Oct. 28. 
Budka, Melvin I. : See — 

Kahn, Elliott H., Budka, and Friedman. 
Budlane. Stanley J. : See — 

Dusek. Robert, and Budlane. 
Budlane, Stanley J., Chicago, 111., assignor to Motorola, 
Inc. Fuel feeding system for heaters. 2,588,348. Mar. 
11. 
Budlane. Stanley J., assignor to Motorola. Inc.. Chicago. 

111. Heater control apparatus. 2.5S8.350. Mar. 11. 
Budlane Stanlev J., assignor To Motorola. Inc.. Chicago, 
111. Internal-combustion heater. 2.588,352, Mar. 11. 
Budlane, Stanley J., and R. Dusek. Chicago, assignors to 
Dulane. Inc.. River Grove, 111. Electric deep fat frier. 
2.593,392, Apr. 15. 
Budnick. Abraham M. : See — 

Berg, Nels O.. and Budnick. 
Budnick, Abraham M.. and N. O. Berg. Seattle, Wash. 
Caster. Re. 23,459. Feb. 12. 



Budny, Walter V., Ossining, N. Y. Pocket attached 
holder. 2,613,413, Oct. 14. 

Budreck, Frances, assignor to Monarch Tool & Machinery 
Co., Chicago, 111. Bracket structure for pivotally sup- 
porting rearview mirrors carrying arms. 2,616,648, 
Nov. 4. 

Budy, Albert C, Cleveland, Ohio. Stringer and carrier 
for fish, game, or other objects. 2.592.3S9, Apr. 8. 

Budzyna, Walter J., East Douglas, Mass., and M. R. 
Plamand, Central Falls, R. I., assignors to Draper Cor- 
poration, Hopedale, Mass. Mechanism for weaving. 
2,580,994, Jan, 1. 

Budzyna. Walter J., East Douglas, Mass., and M. R. Flam- 
and, Central Falls, R. I., assignors to Draper Corpora- 
tion, Hopedale, Mass. Loom and weaving. 2,604,123, 
July 22. 

Budzyna, W^alter J., East Douglas, Mass., and M. R. Flam- 
and. Central Falls, R. I., assignors to Draper Corpora- 
tion, Hopedale, Mass. Weaving in shuttleless looms. 
2,604,124, July 22. 

Bueche, Auguste : See — 

Bechler, Andr€, Allenbach. and Bueche. 

Bueche-RossS, Henri, Court, Jura Bernois, Switzerland. 
Mending needle structure. 2,590,375, Mar. 25. 

Buechel. Joseph C. Wakefield, Mass., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Air inlet screen for gas tur- 
bines. 2,623,610, Dec. 30. 

Buechner. William W. : See — 

Van de Graaff, Robert J., and Buechner. 

Buecken, Hans E., assignor to National Rubber Machin- 
ery Company, Akron, Ohio Temperature controlled 
fluid supply apparatus. 2,600,842, June 17. 

Bueckermann, John V., Denver, Colo. Valve refinishing 
tool. 2,588,353, Mar. 11. 

Buedingen, William L., Rochester, N. Y. Kitchen tool 
and utensil. 2,601,087, June 17. 

Buehl, Russell C, Edgewood, Pa., assignor to the United 
States of America as represented by the Secretary of 
the Interior. Removal of sulfur from sponge iron. 
2,603.423, July 15. 

Buehl, Russell C., Pittsburgh, Pa., assignor to the United 
States of America as represented by the Solicitor of the 
Department of the Interior. Instrument for measuring 
the carbon content of steel. 2,621,234, Dee. 9. 

Buehler, Arthur : See — 

Widmer, Willy, and Buehler. 
Widmer, Willy, Buehler, and Roesti. 
Widmer, Willy, Reich, and Buehler. 

Buehler and Company, assignee : See — 
Edwards, Francis E.. Jr. 
Herst. Richard J., and Petr.v. 

Buehler, Maurice E., Dayton, Ohio. Measurement of dis- 
placement. 2,604,527, July 22. 

Buehler. Robert C. assignee : See — 

Herst. Richard J., and Petry. 
Buell. Albert H.. Erie, Pa. Mold. 2,583,620, Jan. 29. 
Buelow, Herman, Chicago, 111. Trouser pocket structure. 

2,596,525. May 13. 
Buelow, William A., Long Beach, Calif. Wrist-type bobby 

pin holder and spreader, 2,600,092. June 10. 
Buenger, Edward F., River Forest, and P. D. Wedge, Oak 
Park, assignors to Wilson-Jones Company, Chicago, 111. 
Loose-leaf binder. 2,612,167, Sept. 30. 
Buenik, William G.. River Forest, 111. Tire inflation- 
relief valve. 2,606,570, Aug. 12. 
Buensod-Stacey. Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Lyman, Samuel E. 
Buerger, Herbert, Walton, N. Y'. Automobile window ven- 
tilator or similar article. 2,608,435, Aug. 26. 
Buerosse. Henry P. : See — 

Huebl. Clarence G., and Buerosse. 
Buescher, Arthur, Detroit, Mich. Arbor. 2,588,354, 

Mar. 11. 
Bufardeci, Nunci, San Leandro, Calif. Folder for sewing 

machines. 2,607,308, Aug. 19. 
Buff, William J., Monmouth Beach, N, J. Surveying in- 
strument tripod head. 2,614,780, Oct. 21. 
Buffalo-Eclipse Corporation, assignee : See — - 
Denis, Jean C. 
Johnson, Horace J. 
Buffalo Electro-Chemical Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Greenspan, Frank P., and MacKellar. 
SIcEwen, Robert L. 
McEwen. Robert L., and Sheldon. 
Buffenmyer, Wayne L., Sellersville. Pa., assignor to 
American Machine and Metals. Inc., New York, N. Y. 
Continuous maximum-reading damped pressure gauge. 
2,603.092. July 15. 
Buffet. Paul : See — 

Ahier. George C. and Buffet. 
Buffington, Herman L. and J. K., Punxsutawney, Pa. Ap- 
paratus for cooling and dispensing liquids. 2,610,101, 
Sept. 9. 
Buthngton, John K. : See — • 

Buffington, Herman L. and J. K. 
Bugbee and Niles Company, assignee : See — 

Feid, Charles. 
Biigel. Roelof D., Eindhoven. Netherlands, assignor to 
Hartford National Bank and Trust Company. Hart- 
ford. Conn., as trustee. Electrolytic condenser. 
2.609,426. Sept. 2. 



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Bugel, Roelof D., Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor to 
Hartford National Bank and Trust Company. Hartford, 
Conn., as trustee. Electrolytic capacitor. 2,616,799, 
Nov. 4. 

Bugenhagen, George H., Midland, Mich. Multipane 
window sash. 2,605,519, Aug. 5. 

Bugenhagen, George H., Minot. N. Dak. Garment hanger. 
2,618,418, Nov. 18. 

Bugenhagen, George H., Minot, N. Dak. Garment hanger. 
2,620,952, Dec. 9. 

Bugg, Charles H., East Detroit, assignor of one-third 
to A. C. Troden, and one-third to W. A. Paxton. Detroit, 
Mich. Paint roller applicator. 2,605,487, Aug. 5. 

Bugg, Charles H., East Detroit, assignor of one-third to 
A. C. Troden, and one-third to W. A. Paxton. Detroit, 
Mich. Hollow paint containing and applying roller. 
2,605.488. Aug. 5. 

Bugg, Kenly C., Fort Wayne, Ind. Tobacco pipe. 
2,581,169, Jan. 1. 

Bugg, Kenly C, Fort Wayne, Ind. Stitch and seam 
opener. 2,597,564, May 20. 

Bugg, Kenly C, Fort Wayne, Ind. Line tightener. 
2,607,560, Aug. 19. 

Bugg, Kenly C. Fort Wayne. Ind. Fastener. 2,610,379, 
Sept. 16. 

Bugg, Kenly C, and H. L. Hart, Fort Wayne, Ind. ; said 
Hart assignor to said Bugg. Balance reel. 2,596,648, 
May 13. 

Bugg, Virgil : See — 

Wilson, Forest, and Bugg. 

Buggie, H. H., & Company, assignee : See — - 
Sprigg, Edward A. 

Bugos, John, Alpha, assignor to Goodman Manufactur- 
ing Company, Chicago, 111. Self-loading device for 
shaker conveyers. 2,581,356, Jan. 8. 

Buhl. Walter T.. Shaker Heights, assignor to Jack & 
Heintz Precision Industries, Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. 
Gyro vertical. 2,608,868, Sept. 2. 

Buhler, Adolf, Arbon, Switzerland. Weighted denture. 
2,616,175, Nov. 4. 

Buhler, Gebriider, assignee : See — 
Hummel, Charles. 

Buhman, Charles C. : See — 

Gilbert, Lloyd O., and Buhman. 

Buhman, Conrad J., and J. A. Nelson, assignors to Cribben 
and Sexton Company, Chicago, 111. Gas fueled broiler 
burner with solid and foraminous flame baffle. 
2,602.497. July 8. 

Buhr, Claire E., and D. C. Glassie, Washington. D. C. 
Combined ironing board and seat assembly. 2,606,380, 
Aug. 12. 

Buhrendorf, Frederick G., Westfield, N. J. assignor to Bell 
Telephone Laboratories. Incorporated. IS'ew York, N. Y. 
Magnetic transducer head. 2,592,652, Apr. 15. 

BUhrer, Erwin, assignor to Georg Fischer Aktiengesell- 
schaft, SchafEhausen, Switzerland. Arrangement for 
treating metal parts. 2,619,781, Dec. 2. 

Builders Iron Foundry, assignee : See — 
Bradley, Earl H. 
Hagenau, Walter A. 
Thoresen. John C. 

Builders Ornamental Iron Company, assignee : Bee — 
Elam, Jess L. 

Bulsman, Jan A. K.. Eindhoven, Netherlands, assignor to 
Hartford National Bank and Trust Company, Hartford, 
Conn., as trustee. Preparing 7-halogen sterol esters. 
2,585.998. Feb. 19. 

Buisson, Pierre, Vanves, France. Apparatus for measure- 
ments by variation of electrical capacity. 2,611,964, 
Sept. 30. 

Buivid. Michel D.. Milford. assignor to United Aircraft 
Corporation. East Hartford, Conn. Rotor blade sunnort 
2,614,640. Oct. 21 

Buivid, Michel D.. Milford. and R. P. Alex Stratford, 
assignors to United Aircraft Corporation. East Hart- 
ford, Conn. Helicopter control. 2.599,690 June 10. 

Bujaky, Frank, Miami Beach, Fla. Slip-on fishline sinker. 
2,599,973, June 10. 

Bukaty, Raymond M., Montclair, N. J., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Work coil. 2,599,229, June 3. 

Buker, Vernon W. : See — 

Allen. Kenneth F., and Buker. 

Bula, Frank J., Speedway, Ind.. assignor of one-third to 
V. T. Connor and one-third to T. Kruse. Chicago 111. 
Simulated bowling game. 2,609,203, Sept 2. 

Bulcao. Wilbur H. : See — 

Huggins, Leroy G., and Bulcao. 

Bulk Barites. Inc., assignee : See — 
Kane. Arthur R. 

Bulk, Norma, New York, N. T. Hairpin dispenser. 
2,623,802, Dec. 30. 

Bulkley, William L., Munster, Ind., assignor to Servel, 
Inc., New Y'ork, N. Y. Absorption refrigeration. 
2,598,035, May 27. 

Bull, Cabot S.. Hillingdon. assignor to Electric & Musical 
Industries Limited. Hayes. England. Electron dis- 
charge device. 2.602.905, July 8. 

Bull, Cabot S.. Hillingdon. and A. H. Atherton, Ealing, 
London, assignors to Electric & Musical Industries 
Limited, Hayes, England. Secondary electron emis- 
sive electrode and its method of making. 2,585,534, 
Feb. 12. 



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Bull, Eric W., Hounslow, assignor to Electric & Musical 
Industries Limited, Hayes, England. Television re- 
ceiving apparatus. 2,613,333, Oct. 7. 

Bull, Eric W., Hounslow, Middlesex, assignor to Electric 
& Musical Industries Limited, Hayes, England. Scan- 
ning circuit arrangement for television and the like ap- 
paratus. 2,621,307, Dec. 9. 

Bull. Eric W., Hounslow, and M. E. Pemberton, assignors 
to Electric & Musical Industries Limited, Hayes, Eng- 
land. Circuits for generating electrical oscillations of 
sawtooth waveform. 2,620,443, Dec. 2. 

Bull, George S. : See — 

Gibson. William, and Bull. 

Bull, Gifford: See — 

Harcum, William M., and Bull. 

Bull, Glen C, Richmond, Ind. Protective covering for oil 
tanks. 2,583,321, Jan. 22. 

Bull, John, Rubber Company Limited, assignee : See — 
Burton, Hubert H., and Goodman. 

BuUard Company, The, assignee : See — 
Bullard, Edward P., III. 
Johnson, Ernest H., and Llndmark. 

Bullard, Edward P., III. Fairfield. Conn., assignor to The 
Bullard Company. Turning work. 2,611,290. Sept. 23. 

Bullard, Edward P., Ill, Fairfield, Conn., assignor to 
The Bullard Company. Electrical switch. 2,623,970, 
Dec. 30. 

Bullard, Robinson D., Westport, Conn. Fastener. 
2,616,377, Nov. 4. 

Bullas. Roy, assignee : See — 
Weber, Clarence S. 

Bull Dog Electric Products Company, assignee : See — 
Platz. Elwood T. 
Platz. Elwood T.. and Davis. 

Bulliet, Leander J.. Rockford. assignor to Odin Corpora- 
tion, Chicago. 111. Magnetic grapple can loading ma- 
chine. 2,609.133, Sept. 2. 

Bulllnger, Othmar J., Johnstown, Pa. Device for 
measuring front-wheel play. 2,589.770, Mar. 18. 

Bullitt, Orville H., Jr., Swarthmore, Pa., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wilmington,. Del. 
Basic catalysis of the polymerization of acrylonitrile. 
2.608.554. Aug. 26. 

Bullitt. Orville H., Jr., Swarthmore, Pa., assignor to E. I. 
du Pont de Nemours & Company. Wilmington, Del. 
Base catalyzed polymerizations. 2.608,555, Aug. 26. 

Bullock, Edgar Q., Jr.. and F. J. Emig, Chicago. 111. as- 
signors to E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Wil- 
mington, Del. Abrasion resistant wire enamels. 
2.615,001. Oct. 21. 

Bullock, Giles E.. assignee : See — 
Denman, Frank. 

Bullock, Giles E., Rochester, N. Y. Sprayer. 2,609,973, 
Sept. 9. 

Bulota, Joseph : See — 

Lagarde, Georges H., and Bulota. 

Bulova W'atch Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Punzmann. Carl. 

Bumbaugh, George L., Oaklawn, HI. Traction device 
for vehicle wheels. 2,607,389, Aug. 19. 

Bumbaugh, George L., Oaklawn, 111. Traction device. 
2,612,202, Sept. 30. 

Bump Pump Co., The. assignee : See — 

Dale, Vernon F., and Reed. 
Bumpus, Samuel S. : See — 

Fields, Glenn R., and Bumpus. 
Burastead, Ralph W., Westfield, N. J., assignor to The 

Teleregister Corporation, New York, N. Y. System for 

making reservations. 2,594,865, Apr. 29. 
Bumstead, Ralph W., Westfield, N. J. Playing cards. 

2,616,701. Nov. 4. 
Bunblasky, Adolph : See — 

Helterline, Leo L., Jr., Best, and Bunblasky. 
Bunblasky. Adolph C, New Canaan, assignor to Sorensen 

& Company, Inc.. Stamford. Conn. Three-phase con- 
stant frequency electronic power supply. 2,618,772, 

Nov. 18. 
Bunblasky, Adolph O., New Canaan, and A. K. Brown, 

assignors to Sorensen & Companv, Inc., Stamford. Conn. 

Voltage regulator. 2,607.912, Aug. 19. 
Bunch, Peter. Chicago. P. Mittomme. Cicero, and R. Jen- 
nings, assignors to Wilson-Jones Company, Chicago, 111. 

Casemaker. 2,596.068, May 6. 
Bunch. Robert L. : See — 

Butler. George B., and Bunch. 
Bunch, Tillman T., Ashland. Md., assignor to Western 

Electric Company, Incorporated. New York. N. Y. 

Strand handling apparatus. 2.585.999. Feb. 19. 
Bunch. Tillman T., near Ashland. Md.. assignor to Western 

Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 

Strand serving apparatus. 2.002,281. July 8. 
Bunch. Tillman T.. Ashland. Md.. assignor to Western 

Electric Company, Incorporated, New York. N. Y. 

Brake for strand-serving apparatus. 2.602,282. July 8. 
Bundgus, Nancy G., Larchmont, N. Y. Jar storage and 

handling unit. 2,616,568, Nov. 4. 

Bundy, Maurice C, Kansas City, Kans., assignor to Equip- 
ment Manufacturing Co., Inc.. Kansas City, Mo. Door 
mounting mechanism. 2,617,155, Nov. 11. 

Bundy Tubing Company, assignee : See — 
Payne, Arthur W. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Bungay, George W., assignor to Electrographic Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Making ready cylindrical print- 
ing plate. 2,587,439, Feb. 26. 

Bungay, George \V., assignor to Electrographic Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Power saw for cylindrical print- 
ing plates. 2,610,389, Sept. 16. 

Bunker, Wilfred E., Aberdeen, Wash. Fish lure. 
2,605,573, Aug. 5. 

Bunnell, Earl C, Stratford, assignor to The Autoyre Com- 
pany, Incorporated, Oakville, Conn. Automatic gun 
charger. 2,590,153, Mar. 25. 

Bunnell, Raymond H. : See — 

Hatcher, David B., and Bunnell. 

Bunnell, Raymond H., assignor to Libbey-0 wens-Ford 
Glass Company, Toledo, Ohio. Organo-silicon com- 
pounds. 2,584,544, Feb. 5. 

Bunnell, Raymond H., assignor to Libbey-Owens-Ford 
Glass Company, Toledo, Ohio. Production of silicon- 
containing resins. 2,607,755, Aug. 19. 

Bunny Bear, Inc., assignee: aee — 
Linden, Samuel. 
Mover, Hynian. 

Buntin, George A., and A. D. Lohr, assignors to Hercules 
Powder Company, Wilmington, Del. Insecticidal com- 
positions comprising fluorinated chlorinated cyclic 
terpenes. 2,594,526, Apr. 29. 

Bunting, Albert L., Dearborn, assisnor to Speedryer, Inc., 
Detroit, Mich. Hair drier. 2,585,735, Feb. 12. 

Buquor, Adolph P., Washington, D. C. Carpet sweeper 
with disposable dust receptacle. 2,611.913, Sept. 30. 

Buquor, Adolph P., Washington, D. C, and R. H. Crouse, 
assignors to Martin-Parry Corporation, York, Pa. Wall 
stud and fire wall construction. 2,621,763, Dec. 16. 

Buratovich. Jlike T.. assignee : See — 
Martin. Clyde M. 

Burawoy, Onissim, Didsburv. Manchester, England. Flexi- 
ble chain coupling. 2,620,639, Dec. 9. 

Burbage. George H. : See — 

Toth, Emerick, and Burbage. 

Burbank, William E. : See — 

McFarland, Arley. Eeetz, and Burbank. 

Burch, Alvan V. : See — 
Rude, John F. 
Rude, John F., and Burch. 

Burch, Arthur R., Berkeley, Calif, ^^■heel and tire lifter. 
2.613.084. Oct. 7. 

Burch, Donald J.. Denver. Colo. Weatherstrip for metal 
casement windows. 2,588,697. Mar. 11. 

Burch, James R. : See — 

Jarvis, Samuel F., and Burch. 

Burch, Loren P., Aberdeen, Wash. Device for varying 
curvature of boat keels. 2,612,129, Sept. 30. 

Burch, Paul G., Sheffield, Ala. Fruit-coring utensil. 
2,612,687, Oct. 7. 

Burch Plow Works, Inc., assignee : Sec — 
Rude, John F., and Burch. 

Burch, Seaborn W^ Sr., College Park, Ga. Vaporizing 
oil burner. 2,585,088, Feb. 12. 

Burch, Wilbur A., Warren, Ohio. Device for mixing fluids. 
2,612,403, Sept. 30. 

Burcham, Walter E., Elkin, N. C. Thread supporting 
means for shuttles. 2,614,587. Oct. 21. 

Burchett, Ray L., East Orange, and W. I. Nissen, as- 
signors to Ronson Art Metal Works, Inc., Newark, 
N. J. Lighter locking mechanism. 2,588,479, Mar. 11. 

Burchsted, Algernon R., Ridgewood, N. J. Lubricating 
apparatus. 2,593,841, Apr. 22. 

Burckhardt. Alfred, Stamford. Conn., assignor to Pitney- 
Bowes, Inc. Package printing device. 2,588,480, Jlar. 

Burd, Gorman €., Clearwater, Fla. Chair construction. 

2,622,663, Dec. 23. 

Burd Piston Ring Co., assignee : See — 
Colvin, Robert H. 

Burd Piston Ring Company, assignee : See — - 
Bates, Albert H. 

Burdett, Roy, Long Beach, Calif. Spice can holder. 
2.590.149. :\rar. 25. 

Burdick, Clifford I., Racine, assignor to Snap-On Tools 
Corporation. Kenosha, Wis. Reversible ratchet mecha- 
nism. 2,583,544, Jan. 29. 

Burdick Corporation, The, assignee : See — 
Gilson, Warren E. 

Burdick, Frederick E., New London, Conn. Signal at- 
tachment for flashlights. 2,581,784, Jan. 8. 

Burdick. Harry J. McB.. Anaheim. Calif. Projectable 
nozzle lawn sprinkler. 2,611,644, Sept. 23. 

Burdick, John S.. North Muskegon, assignor to The Shaw- 
Walker Company, Muskegon, Mich. Composite metal 
and wood chair back. 2,602,493, July 8. 

Burdick, John S., North Muskegon, assignor to The Shaw- 
Walker Company, Muskegon, Mich. Back rest for chairs. 
2,610.071. Sept. 16. 

Burdick, John S.. North Muskegon, assignor to The Shaw- 
Walker Company, Muskegon, Mich. Tilting chair back. 
2,612,939. Oct. 7. 

Burdick, Richard, Dallas, Tex. Push-bar. 2,582,526, 
Jan. 15. 

Burdick, Will S., Wauwatosa, H. S. Jacobs, Milwaukee, 
and K. Schneider, Greendale, assignors to Harnischfeger 
Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis. Crane propelling system 
and control thereof. 2,604,175, July 22. 



Burdin, Nelson V., Coventry, assignor to Scotts Engineer- 
ing (Newport) Limited, Newport, England. Foil feed- 
ing and embossing mechanism for bottle capping and 
like machines. 2,621,842, Dec. 18. 

Burdulis, Peter J., Delhi, Calif. Machine for winding 
armatures. 2,606,723, Aug. 12. 

Bureau, Arthur A., Chicago, 111., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. Reel. 
2,589,048. Mar. 11. 

Bureau van Tongeren N. V., assignee : See — 
Van dor Kolk, Hendrik. 

BureS, Josef, and K. BenSk, Pilsen, Czechoslovakia. Me- 
chanical power transmission. 2,621,526, Dec. 16. 

Burford, William B., Ill : See — 

Fowler, Robert D., Burford, and Anderson. 

Burge, James S. : See — 

Foust, Floyd J., Shaw, McKee, Rider, and Burge. 

Burge, James S., Anderson, H. J. McKee, Middletown, and 
W. M. Eider, L. H. Conrad and F. J. Foust, Anderson, 
Ind., assignors to General Motors Corporation, Detroit, 
Mich. Condenser winding testing and sorting appara- 
tus. 2.591,047, Apr. 1. 

Burge, William E., Winston-Salem, N. C. Apparatus for 
cutting blocks. 2,593,726, Apr. 22. 

Burgener, Karl L., Villa Park, assignor to Automatic 
Electric Laboratories, Inc., Chicago, 111. Signal con- 
trol circuit for telephone switching equipment. 
2,594,726, Apr. 29. 

Burgener, Karl L., Villa Park, assignor to Automatic 
Electric Laboratories, Inc., Chicago, 111. Private 
branch exchange cord circuit providing warning tone 
when operator listens in. 2,605,363, July 29. 

Burger, Edwin M., Akron. Ohio, and R. E. De Puy, 
Wilmington, Del., assignors to Wingfoot Corporation, 
Akron. Ohio. Prosthetic device. 2,605,475, Aug. 5. 

Burger, Eric A. K., Philadelphia, Pa. Heat applicator de- 
vice. 2,619,575, Nov. 25. 

Burger, Joseph F., executor : See — 
Ducker, Louis F. 

Burger, Martin : See — 

Fahey, Richard J., and Burger. 

Burger, Jlartin, Morris, assignor to Shellmar Products 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Carton. 2,605,951, Aug. 5. 

Burger, Martin, Morris, assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Shellmar Products Corporation, Chicago, 111. Egg 
carton. 2,608,338, Aug. 26. 

Rurgess, Arthur R., Harpenden England, assignor to Im- 
perial Chemical Industries Limited. Synthetic resins 
stabilized with metal chelate compounds. 2,615,860, 
Oct. 28. 

Burgess Battery Company, assignee : See — 
Blake, Ivan C. 
Coleman, Joseph J. 
Coleman, Joseph J., and Louzos. 
Lee, Victor A. 
Peterson, Jack L. 
Simpson, Arthur W. 
Wilke. Milton E. 

Burgess, Francis T., Maplewood. Mo., assignor to Ameri- 
can Car and Foundry Company, New York, N. Y. 
Railway car. 2,599,606. June 10. 

Burgess, Frank H., Ilford. assignor to J. A. Crabtree & 
Co. Limited, Walsall, England. Electric connector 
block. 2,597,286, May 20. 

Burgess, George W., assignor to Hawaiian Pineapple 
Company, Limited, Honolulu, Hawaii. Treatment of 
food products packaged in cylindrical containers. 
2,597,223, May 20. 

Burgess, John, Camden, N. J., assignor to The Curtis Pub- 
lishing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Printing plate fas- 
tening. 2,582,960, Jan. 22. 

Burgess, L. W., assignee : See — 
Jordan. James W. 

Burgess, Lauren M. : See — 

Searle, Raymond W., and Burgess. 

Burgess, Lauren M., Lexington, assignor to Technology 
Instrument Corporation. Acton, Mass. Variable re- 
sistor construction. 2,606,984, Aug. 12. 

Burgess, Louis, Jersey City, N. J. Coffee maker. 

2.589.221, Jlar. 18. 

Burgess, Louis, Jersey City, N. J. Coffee maker. 

2.589.222, Mar. 18. 

Burgess, Louis, Jersey City, N. J. Coffee maker. 

2.589.335, Mar. 18. 

Burgess, Louis, Jersey City, N. J. Coffee maker. 

2.589.336, Mar. 18. 

Burgess. Louis, Jersey City, N. J. Coffee maker. 
2.591,132. Apr. 1. 

Burgess-Manning Company, assignee : See — 
Chipley. Alfred S. 

Burgess, Maurice W., Joliet, 111. Detachable flagstaff. 
2,601,088, June 17. 

Burgess, Neil, Melrose, Mass., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Fuel system for thermal power plants. 
2,598,674, June 3. 

Burgess, Robert M., Cullman, Ala. Tractor and cultiva- 
tor attachment. 2,598.219. May 27. 

Burgess, Robert W., Bridgeport, assignor to The Greist 
Manufacturing Company, New Haven, Conn. Sewing 
machine attachment. 2,619,924, Dec. 2. 

Burgess. Robert W., Bridgeport, C. G. Baehr, West Haven, 
and J. Connors. Hamden, assignors to The Greist Manu- 
facturing Company. New Haven, Conn. Sewing ma- 
chine attachment. 2,592,653, Apr. 15. 



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Burgess, Hussell H., assignor to Drying Systems, Inc., 
Chicago, 111. Heat pump apparatus. 2,619,812, Dec. 2. 

Burgess, Thomas : Hee — 

Rool;sI).v, William H., Homer, and Burgess. 

Burgesser, Leslie D., Cliicago, 111., assignor to Wells, Inc. 
Acruateil Christmas tree ornament. -,011,014. Sept. 10. 

Burggrabe, Henry A., assignor to F. L. Jacobs Co., 
Detroit, Mich. Vending machine. 2,582,766, Jan. 15. 

Burggrabe. Henry A., Detroit, Mich., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Stator Company. Refrigeration system 
with multiple stage ejector. 2,005,618, Aug. 5. 

Burggren, Ora A., Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Accessory 
side slope blade for bulldozers. 2,594,727, Apr. 29. 

Burghoff, Louis R., Forestville, assignor to The E. Ingra- 
ham Company, Bristol, Conn. Providing timepieces 
with spiral-helix hairsprings. 2,584,786, Feb. 5. 

Burgoyne Charles L., Norwood. Ohio. Closure fastener. 
2,588,356. Mar, 11. 

Burhans, Eugene C, Lockport, N. Y. Carton opener. 
2,595,122, Apr, 29. 

Burhans, Paul B., Miami, Fla. Three-way hydraulic cylin- 
der for hydraulic brakes. 2,605,864, Aug. 5. 

Burian, Kurf : Sec — 

Kitto, William H., and Burian. 

Burian, Kurt, assignor to G-M Laboratories. Inc., Chicago, 
111. Shaded pole motor construction. 2,606,223, 
Aug. 5. 

Burian, Kurt, assignor to G-M Laboratories. Inc., Chicago. 
111. Singlf! phase induction motor. 2,606,311, Aug. 5. 

Burich, John, San Diego, Calif. Automatic cooling sys- 
tem. 2,597,061, May 20. 

Burk, Alma S. and J. A., Lynwood, Calif. Collar sup- 
porting attachment for coat hangers. 2,609,970, 
Sept. 9. 

Burk, Don R. : See — 

Foust, Floyd J., and Burk, and Whelchel. 

Burk, James A. : See — 

Burk. Alma S. and J. A. 

Burk, Paul W. : See — 

Chadwick, George A., and Burk. 

Burkard, Victor. Barton, and D. J. Shepherd. Buffalo, 
N. Y.. said Shepherd assignor to said Burkard. Block 
molding njiaohine. 2.614.308, Oct. 21. 

Denver, Colo. Feed spreader. 



Burkart, William. 

2.602,070, July 8. 
Burke, Arthur J., 

table. 2,617,574, 
Burke, Charles E., 



Retractable packer 
Machine for forming 



Oakland, N. J. 
Nov. 11. 
Ludlow. Ky. 

solder bars. 2,592,005. Apr. 8. 
Burke, Domild J.. Kenmore, assignor of one-fifth to A. M. 

Whitmer, Fredonia, N. Y. Duplicating device. 2,610,580 

Sept. 16. 
Burke, Edw.ird W., Jr., Flushing, N. Y., assignor to 

Sylvania IClectric Products Inc. Point-contact electrical 

device. 2,586.609, Feb. 19. 
Burke, George J., Arlington, assignor of one-third to 

W. F. Barrett, Arlington County. Va. Pipe joint. 

2.613.088, Oct. 7. 
Burke, James A., assignor of one-third to W. J. Gibbons 

and one-third to M. W. Gibbons, Brandon. Wis. Prop 

attachment for ladders. 2.592,006, Apr. 8. 
Burke, James P., Poland, assignor to M. M. Fibus and 

J. Marcus, Youngstown, Ohio. JIat control for door 

opening mechanisms. 2.583,813, Jan. 29. 
Burke, Marvin S. : See — 

Jackson, Ernest W., and Burke. 
Burke. Olliver V.. Burnham. Canterbury, New Zealand. 

Safety razor. 2,613,436, Oct. 14. 
Burke, Richard .T., Corona Del Mar, Calif. Agitating ap- 
paratus. 2,598,500, May 27. 
Burke. Walter F., assignor to McDonnell Aircraft Cor- 



Manufacturing tapered beams. 



poration. St. Louis, Mo 
2.617,179, Nov. 11. 

Burke. William F., and R. L. Essex, assignors to The 
McBee Company. Athens. Ohio. Automatic gas shutoff 
device for printing presses. 2,598,346, May 27 

Burke, William F., and R. Connor. Athens. Ohio. Foot- 
ball practice apparatus. 2,602,666, July 8. 

Burke. Willi.nm H., Oakland, Calif. Ventilating shutter. 
2.584,982, Feb. 12. 

Burkett, Amy : See — 

Reager, Georgie V.. and Burkett 

Burkett, James C, Washington, D. C. Walking 
2,580,888. Jan. 1. 

Burkett, Wilford B. : See — 

Heidner, Richard C. and Burkett. 
Kircher, Ralph N., and Burkett. 

Burkey. Henry T.. Hollywood, Calif. Jlethod and 
paratus for di\erting animal forms of life. 2,605, 
Aug. .5. 

Burkey, Henry T.. Los Angeles. Calif. Fish diverting ap- 
p.Tratus. 2.612.861. Oct. 7. 

Burkhalter, Robert R.. Toledo, Ohio. Shiftable gear 
mounting. 2.595,209, Apr. 29. 

Burkhard, Charles A., Alplaus, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Lithium 3-thia-7,7,dimethvl-7-tri- 
methylslloxy-7-silaheptanoate. 2,583,322, Jan, 22. 

Burkhard, Charles A., Alplaus, N. Y., assignor to General 
Organo polysilo.xane oils. 2,604,486, 



aid. 



ap- 

742, 



Electric Company. 
July 22. 
Burkhard, Charles A. 
Electric Company. 
22. 



Alplaus, N. Y,, assignor to General 
Organosilicon oils. 2,604,487, July 



Burkhard, Charles A., Alplaus, and D. T. Hurd, Schenec- 
tady, N. Y., assignors to General Electric Company. Or- 
ganosilicon aldehydes and preparing the same. 
2.588,083. Mar. 4. 

Burkhardt, Charles E. : See — 

Ellis, Belvin B., Horstman and Burkhardt. 

Burkhardt, Otto M., Euclid, Ohio. Cover sealing means 
for cooking utensils. 2,598,220, May 27. 

Burkhart, Archie L., Artesia, CaUf. Patient operated in- 
valid bed. 2,605,481. Aug. 5. 

Burkhart, Charles, Kansas City, Mo. Apparatus for 
illumination of scale dials. 2,596,810, May 13. 

Burkhart, Ernest C. : See — 

Lehner, George F. J., Brown, and Burkhart. 

Burkhart. Van H., La Marque, Tex. Storm blind. 
2,587,440, Feb. 26. 

Burkhart, William H., East Orange, assignor to Monroe 
Calculating Machine Company, Orange, N, J, Shift 
register circuit. 2,601,089, June 17. 

Burkhart, William H., and A. H. Sepahban. East Orange, 
assignors to Monroe Calculating Machine Company, 
Orange, N. J. Switching circuit. 2,603,746, July 15. 

Burkhart, William H., East Orange, and H. M. Fleming, 
Jr., assignors to Monroe Calculating Machine Company, 
Orange, N. J. Keyboard operated translating circuit. 
2,610,243, Sept. 9. 

Burkholder, Claude A., assignor to General Box Distri- 
butors, Fresno, Calif. Feeding device for box-part 
assembling machines. 2,589,600, Mar. 18. 

Burkli, Olga, assignee : See — 
Marko, Adolf, and Kordesch. 

Burklin, Adolf J., Toledo, Ohio, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to A. O. Smith Corporation, Milwaukee, 
Wis. Flow controlled water heater. 2,583,814, Jan. 
29. 

Burklin, Adolf J., Toledo, Ohio, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to A. O. Smith Corporation, Milwaukee, 
Wis. Water heater system. 2,591.400, Apr. 1. 

Burklin, Adolf J., Toledo, Ohio, assignor to A. O. Smith 
Corporation, Milwaukee, Wis, Gas valve control. 
2,609,989, Sept. 9. 

Burks, Arthur W., assignor to Decatur Pump Company, 
Decatur, 111. Air volume control mechanism. 2,621,595, 
Dec. 16. 

Burks, George E., Peoria, and R. R. Robinson. Morton. 
111., assignors to Caterpillar Tractor Co., San Leandro, 
Calif. Filter. 2.587.693. Mar. 4. 

Burleigh, Joseph, and J. Cashman, Franklin, N. H. Com- 
bined screen and cabinet for picture projection appara- 
tus. 2,583,467, Jan. 22. 

Burleln, Lester F., assignor to Cloverleaf-Freeland Cor- 
poration. Honesdale. Pa. Bobbin. 2,583,995, Jan. 29. 

Burley, Robert M., Hasbrouck Heights, assignor to Ben- 
dix Aviation Corporation, Bendix, N. J. Gun-sighting 
device. 2,583,815. Jan. 29. 

Burls. John A. E.. Kenton. England, assignor to R. Hoe 
& Co. Inc., New York, N. Y. Bookbinding machinery. 
2.585,433, Feb. 12. 

Burmeister, Louis, and H. S. Hollnagel, Milwaukee, Wis. 
Directional signal for vehicles. 2,601,587, June 24. 

Burnam, Lyman B., Clarkston. Wash. Camera support. 
2.003,134. July 15. 

Burnard, William S., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Pry 
type lid lifter and retainer. 2,582,947, Jan. 22. 

Burndept Limited, assignee : See — 

Lewis, Richard W.. and Richardson. 

Burndy Engineering Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Dupre, Henry P. 
Matthysse, Irving F. 
Matthysse. Irving F.. and Dupre. 
Skok. Sergius. 

Burnell, Maurice R., Noroton Heights, and J. E. Lynn, Old 
Greenwich, Conn., assignors to American Cyanamld 
Company, New York, N. Y. Treatment of flammable 
materials to Impart flame resistance thereto, composi- 
tions therefor, and products thereof. 2,582,961, Jan. 22. 

Burnell, William A., Kenton, England. Skirt hanger. 
2,609,130. Sept. 2. 

Burnelli, Vincent J., Englewood, N. J. Airplane provided 
with jet propulsion riieans. 2.586.299. Feb. 19. 

Burnelli, Vincent J.. Englewood, X. J. Cargo air trans- 
port. 2,616,639, Nov. 4. 

Burnett, Edward N. : See — 

Tambini, Albert L., Burnett. Fischer, and Lima. 

Burnett, Edward N., San Lorenzo, Calif., assignor to 
Gerber Products Company, Fremont, Mich. Nozzle 
valve. 2,582,527, Jan. 15. 

Burnett, Edward N., San Lorenzo, Calif., assignor to 
Gerber Products Company, Fremont, Mich. Carton 
opening knife. 2,582,677, Jan. 15. 

Burnett. Edward N., San Lorenzo, Calif. Magnetic slate. 
2,589,601, Mar. 18. 

Burnett. Elton L.. assignor to The Flexible Company. 
Ivoudonville. Ohio. Bed leveler for funeral cars and 
the like. 2.600.047, June 10. 

Burnett, James H., Upper Montclair, N. J., assignor, by 
mesne assignments, to General Railway Signal Com- 
pany. Controllable space current electron discharge 
tube with magnetic field. 2,605,437, July 29. 

Burnett, John L., and B. Smith, assignors to Modern 
Music, Inc., Kansas City. Mo. Apparatus for trans- 
mission of music from a central studio to a plurality of 
subscribers. 2,595,510, May 6. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



to Bendix Aviation Cor- 
Transmission. 2,598,501, 



to Bendix Aviation Cor- 
Transmission. 2,609,708, 

to Bendix Aviation Cor- 
Transmission. 2,616,308, 



Oreg. Lawn mower 
Nebr. Rotary buffing 



trap 



Burnett, Richard T., assignor 

poration. South Bend, Ind. 

May 27. 
Burnett, Richard T., assignor 

poration. South Bend, Ind. 

Sept. 9. 
Burnett, Richard T., assignor 

poration. South Bend, Ind. 

Nov. 4. 

Burnett, Robert E., Sclieuectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Stabilization of thixotropic 

compositions comprising polyesters with quinone. 

2,610,961. Sept. 16. 
Burnett, William E. : See— 

Kuhler, Otto A., and Burnett. 
Burnett, William E., Arlington, Va., assignor to American 

Car and Foundry Company, New York, N. Y. Sleeping 

car. 2,609,760, Sept. 9. 
Burnett, William E., Montclair, N. J., assignor to American 

Car and Foundry Company, New York, N. Y. Seat 

structure. 2,583,410, Jan. 22. 
Burnham, George A., Saugus, Mass., assignor to Allis- 

Chalmers Manufacturing Company, Milwaukee, Wis. 

Circuit breaker employing a pair of arc chutes. 

2,604,565, July 22. 
Burnham, Harry C, Portland, 

sharpener. 2,596,098, May 13. 
Burnham, Le« H., North Platte, 

and polishing machine. 2,597,971, May 27. 
Burns. Alfred G.. Farmland, Ind. Electric animal 

and reactivator. 2.599,541, June 10. 
Burns. Bruce, Yucca Valley, Calif. Clothes hanger. 

2,586,913. Feb. 26. 
Burns, Bruce, Yucca Valley, Calif. Release means for 

toggle-actuated wrenches. 2,590,750, Mar. 25. 
Burns. Cloyd E.. deceased, Fort Pierce, Fla. ; M. Burns, 

executrix. Golf club carrier. 2,590,154, Mar. 25. 
Burns, Erwin, Los Angeles, Calif. Liner hanger. 

2,589.337. Mar. 18. 
Burns, Frances, Philadelphia, Pa. Diaper panty. 

2.581,904. Jan. 8. 
Burns, Fred J., Saginaw, Mich., assignor to The Colum- 
bia Mills, Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Frameless screen and 

Btorm window top rail securing means. 2,583,627, Jan. 

29. 
Burns, Fred J., Saginaw, Mich., assignor to The Columbia 

Mills, Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Lift roller for Venetian 

blinds. 2,598,887. June 3. 
Burns. Fred J., Saginaw, Mich., assignor to The Columbia 

Mills, Inc., Syracuse, N. Y. Venetian blind operating 

mechanism. 2,601,500, June 24. 
Burns, Henry L.. Yellow Springs, Ohio. Fluid pressure 

apparatus and valve means therefor. 2,615,463, Oct. 

28. 
Burns, Howard C, Indianapolis, Ind.. and H. D. Wilson, 

Toledo, Ohio. Battery assembly. 2.603,671, July 15. 
Burns, J., Limited, assignee : See — 

Fletcher, Kenneth A. 
Burns, Jabez, & Sons, Inc., assignee : See — 

Willenborg. Walter J. 
Burns, John J. : iSee — 

Brandt, John B., Kelly, and Burns. 
Burns, Joseph K., Londonbridge, assignor 

Wire Hanger Manufacturing Co., Inc., 

Garment hanger construction. 2,591,234 
Burns, Laurence : See — - 

Sawyer, Bruce A., and Burns. 
Burns. Leslie L.. Jr., Princeton 

Radio Corporation of America. 

vice. 2,619,604. Nov. 25. 
Burns, Leslie L.. Jr., and W, van B. Roberts, Princeton, 

N. J., assignors to Radio Corporation of America. Me- 
chanical filter. 2,605,354, July 29. 
Burns. May. executrix : See — • 

Burns, Cloyd E. 
Burns. Meryl C., Richmond, Calif. 

Calculating Machine Company. 

cults. 2,604,589, July 22. 
Burns, Paul P., Philadelphia, Pa. 

ming device. 2,587,964. Mar. 4. 
Burns. Raymond W.. and L. Quick, Poughkeepsie, 

assignors to J. L. Taylor Manufacturing Company 

ator for gluing machines. 2,580,728, Jan. 1. 
Burns, Robert A., assignee : See — 

Wincentsen. Forest R, 
Burns. William E. : See — 

Swenson, James A., Burns, and Stead. 
Burnslde, Carl B., assignor to Eli Lilly and Company, In- 
dianapolis, Ind. Hypodermic syringe needle mounting. 

2,604,890, July 29. 
Burnside, Thos. R., assignee : See — 

Guisti, Louis J. 
Burr, Carleton M. : See — ■ 

Smith, Helen M., Burr, and Bishop. 
Burr, Horace K., San Pablo, and G. P. Bailey, Berkeley, 

Calif., assignors to United States of America, as rep- 
resented by the Secretary of Agriculture. Method and 

apparatus for measuring dew point. 2,588.355, Mar. 11. 
Burr, Lauren R., assignor to Kold Hold Manufacturing 

Company, Lansing, Mich. Refrigerating assembly for 

mobile equipment. 2.585,087. Feb. 12. 
Burr, Lauren R.. assignor to Kold-Hold Manufacturing 

Company, Lansing. Mich. Heat exchange unit having 

a trough. 2.585,736. Feb. 12. 



to National 
Norfolk, Va. 
Apr. 1. 



N. J., assignor 
Magnetostriction 



to 
de- 



assignor to Marchant 
Electrical trigger cir- 

Haircutting and trim- 



N. Y., 
, Radi- 



Burr, Richard : See — 

Colin, Jules, Burr, Friedrich, and Herrgott. 
Colin, Jules, Burr, and Gafanesch. 
Burrack, Harry B., Brooldyn, N. Y., assignor to Reynolds 
Metals Company. Richmond, Va. Cladding a copper- 
base metal to an aluminum core. 2,612,682, Oct. 7. 
Burrage, Leslie J., Liverpool, England, assignor to Im- 
perial Chemical Industries Limited. Purification of 
benzene hexachloride. 2,603,664, July 15. 
Burrell Corporation, assignee : See — 

Guild. Lloyd V. 
Burrell, Harold P., Noroton, Conn. Impact drill ap- 
paratus. 2,593,532 Apr. 22. 
Burrell, Harold P., Noroton Conn, assignor to Western 
Foundation Corporation, New York, N. Y. Founda- 
tion structure. 2.608.830, Sept. 2. 
Burrell, Harry Milburn, and P. M. Clark, Roselle, N. J., 
assignors to Interchemical Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Composition comprising ethyl cellulose and a fatty oil 
acid modified alkyd resin. 2,593,976, Apr. 22. 
Burrell, Harry, Milburn, and R. H. Barth, Ridgewood, 
N. J., assignors to Heyden Chemical Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Producing synthetic rubbers containing 
tackifiers and softeners and product thereof. 2,611,753, 
Sept. 23. 
Burrell, Loomis : See — 

Rishol. Alfred H., Weinreich, and Burrell. 
Burrill. Ernest A., Natlck, and W. V. Smith, Auburndale, 
assignors to High Voltage Engineering Corporation, 
Cambridge, Mass. System or apparatus for stabilizing 
the voltage of electrostatic generators. 2,588,613. Mar. 
11. 
Burris, John C, Mission, Tex. Display device. 2,584,840, 

Feb. 5. 
Burris, Joseph J., Houston, Tex. Key seat wiper. 

2,620,164, Dec. 2. 
Burrise, Andrew H., assignor to Admiral Corporation, 
Chicago, 111. Refrigerator shelf trim strip. 2,599,607. 
June 10. 
Burritt, Burnell O., Detroit, Mich. Governor mechanism. 

2,594,866, Apr. 29. 
Burroughs Adding Machine Company, assignee: See — 
Binek, Edward. 
Fettig, Arthur J. 
Libman, Earl E. 
Runde, Byron A. 
Wockenfuss, William. 
Burroughs, Edwin H., Brooklyn, assignor to St. Regis 
Paper Company, New York, N. Y. Roll supporting 
means. 2,610,001, Sept. 9. 
Burroughs, Gordon S., Forest Hills, assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to International Standard Electric Corpora- 
tion, New York, N. Y. Direction and position indicating 
system. 2,582,962, Jan. 22. 
Burroughs, Louis R. : See — 

Ulmer, William W., and Burroughs. 
Burroughs, Walter : See — 

Cagan, Bernard J.. Burroughs, and Silverstein. 
Burroughs Wellcome & Co. (U. S. A.) Inc., assignee: 
See — 

Baltzly, Richard, and Lorz. 
Brown, Annie M. 

Hitchlngs, George H., and Russell. 
Hitchings, George H., Russell, and Falco. 
Russell. Peter B.. and Whittal^er. 
Tlmmis, Geoffrey M. 
Walls. Leslie P. 

Walls, Leslie P., and Whittaker. 
Burrow. Lester P., assignee : See — 

Tullis. Ernest. 
Burrowes, John B. : See — 

Ganger, Karl M., and Burrowes. 
Burrows, Arthur T. C. assignor to Geo. W. King Limited, 
Hitchln, England. Conveyer system. 2,612,847, Oct. 7. 
BurrowSj Godfrey, Sale, assignor to Metropolitan-Vlckers 
Electrical Company Limited, London, England. Short 
path fractionating stills. 2,614,973, Oct. 21. 
Burrows, Godfrey, Sale, assignor to Metropolitan-Vickers 
Electrical Company Limited, London England. Short 
path fractionating centrifugal still. 2,617,760, Nov. 11. 
Burrows, Milford D. : See — 

Goldberg. Harry, and Burrows. 
Burrows, Milford D., and S. Z. Siwek, assignors to Pioneer 
Gen-E-Motor Corporation. Chicago, 111. Rotary screen 
for motor assemblies. 2,601,907. July 1. 
Burrows. Robert J., and A. O. Williams, Battle Creek, 
assignors to Clark Equipment Company, Buchanan, 
Mich. Resilient wheel. 2,593,977, Apr. 22. 
Burrows, W., (Manchester) Limited, assignee: See — 

Burrows. Wilfrid. 
Burrows, Wilfred, Whitley, near Warrington, assignor to 
W. Burrows (Manchester) Limited, Manchester. Eng- 
land. Garden tractor attachment. 2,619,887, Dec. 2. 
Bursack. William W., assignor to Minneapolis-Honeywell 
Regulator Company, Minneapolis, Minn. Coercing 
means for gyroscopes. 2,600,476, June 17. 
Bursey, Joyce A., Bridgeport, Conn. Adjustable invalid's 

chair. 2,604,140, Julv 22. 
Bursik, Frank J., Los Angeles. Calif. Jamb. 2,581,750. 

Jan. 8. 
Burson, Homer W. : See — 

Kendall, Donald B., and Burson. 
Burst. Francis J. : See — 

Hillenbrand, William A., and Burst. 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



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Burstein, Frank I., Dayton, Ohio. Sleeping bag. 
2,581,357, Jan. 8. 

Burt, F. N., Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Dickerman, Harry K., and Brown. 
Nyden, Robert, and Dickerman. 
Wells, William J. 

Burt, Janet T. : .See — 

Burt, William E., J. T., and Ligett. 

Burt, Leo 0., Dearborn, Mich., assignor to Willys-Overland 
Motors, Inc., Toledo, Ohio. Control means for vehicle 
axles. 2,608,401, Aug. 26. 

Burt, Richard E., Dalton. N. Y. Snare. 2,592,390, 
Apr. 8. 

Burt, Robert "V., assignor to The Procter & Gamble Com- 
pany, Cincinnati, Ohio. Proportioning pump. 
2,600,477, June 17. 

Burt, Samuel L., Pinson. Ala., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ment, to Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. Dis- 
persions of vinyl chloride resins in plasticizers contain- 
ing polyglycol methacrylates. 2,618,621, Nov. 18. 

Burt, Samuel L., Plainfield, N. J., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation. 
Hydrocarbon tin alcoholates. 2,583,084, Jan. 22. 

Burt, Stuart D., Jr., assignor to Drapery Hardware Com- 
pany, Ltd., Monrovia, Calif. Combined curtain rod and 
bracket assembly. 2,590,369, May 13. 

Burt, William C, assignor to Clair Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Inc., Olean, N. Y. Glazing'and polishing machine. 
2,612,005, Sept. 30. 

Burt, William E., Pleasant Ridge Mich., assignor to Ethyl 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Organic peroxides as 
promoters for silver oxidation catalysts and process 
using the same. 2,593,098, Apr. 15. 

Burt, William E. and J. T.. Pleasant Ridge, and W. B. 
Ligett, Berkley, Mich., assignors to Ethyl Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Zirconium oxide-silicon oxide silver 
catalyst support and process using the same. 2,593,097, 
Apr. 15. 

Burtle, Jerome G. : See — 

Wehrle, Joseph J.. Niehouse. and Burtle. 

Burtner, Robert R., Skokle. assignor to G. D. Searle A 
Co., Chicago, 111. Derivatives of hydroxycycloalkylalkyl- 
benzoylalipbatic acids and producing same. 2,580,402, 
Jan. 1. 

Burtner, Robert R., Skokie, assignor to G. D. Searle & 
Co., Chicago, 111. Hydroxy-tetrahydro-naphthoyl- 
alkanoic acids. 2,589,223, Mar. 18. 

Burtner, Robert R.. SkoUie, assignor to G. D. Searle & 
Co., Chicago, 111. Basic esters of substituted 
benzoylaliphatic acids and salts thereof. 2,589,224, 
Mar. 18. 

Burtner. Robert R., assignor to G. D. Searle & Co., Skokie, 
111. 1-hydroxy napbthyl alkanoic acids and certain 
salts thereof. 2,590,086, Jlar. 25. 

Burtner, Robert R., Skokie, assignor to G. D. Searle & Co., 
Chicago, 111. Heterocyclic polynuclear keto alkenoie 
acids and the production thereof. 2,604,478, July 22. 

Burtner, Robert R., assignor to G. D. Searle & Co., Skokie, 
111. Aminoalkyl hydroxynaphthyl ketones and salts 
thereof. 2,606.208. Aug. 5. 

Burtner, Robert R., Skokie, assignor to G. D. Searle & Co., 
Chicago, 111. Producing alkoxynaphthoylalkanoic acids. 
2,623,065, Dec. 23. 

Burtner, Robert R., and W. M. Selby, Skokie, assignors 
to G. D. Searle & Co.. Chicago, 111. Cyclohexyl-amino- 
alcohols. 2,586.512. Feb. 19. 

Burtner, Robert R., Skokie, 111., and H. A. Arbit. Los 
Angeles, Calif., assignors to G. D. Searle & Co., Chicago, 
111. ICetoaliphatic acids derived from hydroxy and 
alkoxy diphenyl alkanes and the production thereof. 
2,588,802, Mar. 11. 

Burtner, Robert R., Skokie, and H. A. Arbit, Chicago, 
assignors to G. D. Searle & Co., Skokie, 111. Hydroxy 



xenoyl alkanoic acids 
2,590,085, Mar. 25. 
Burtner, Robert R.. Skokie, 



and derivatives thereof. 



and E. T. Dillon, Wilmette, 
assignors ♦o G. D. Searle & Co., Skokie, 111. 8-hydroxy- 
1,2,3,4-tetrahydroquinoline as a silver halide developer. 
2,596,978, May 20. 

Burtner, Robert R., Skokie, and J. M. Brown, Chicago. 
assignors to G. D. Searle & Co.. Skokie, 111. N-alkyl 
piperidyl alkyl esters of diphenyl acetic acid and 
9-Huorenyl carboxylic acid. 2,607,777, Aug. 19. 

Burtner, Robert R., Skokie, and J. M. Brown, assignors to 
G. D. Searle & Co., Chicago, III. Halo-hydroxy-naph- 
thoyl-alkanoic acids and the production thereof. 
2,610,210, Sept. 9. 

Burtnett, Everett R., Inglewood, Calif., assignor to Borg- 
Warner Corporation. Chicago, 111. Power-transmitting 
system. 2,592,537, Apr. 15. 

Burtnett. Everett R., Inglewood. Calif., assignor to Borg- 
Warner Corporation. Chicago, 111. Power-transmitting 
mechanism. 2.592,538, Apr. 15. 

Burton-Dixie Corporation, assignee: See — 
Wunderlich, William E, 

Burton, Edward F. : See — 

Wickham. Hull, Burton, and Mason. 

Burton. Edward F., West Los Angeles, and C. S. Glasgow, 
Jr., Los Angeles, assignors to Douglas Aircraft Com- 
pany, Inc., Santa Monica, Calif. Multiengine contra- 
rotating propeller drive transmission. 2,581,320, Jan. 1. 

Burton, Elaine F., London, England. Apparatus for play- 
ing card games. 2,598,909, June 3. 



Burton, Everett T., Millburn, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Power amplifier circuit. 2,598,221, May 27. 

Burton, Hubert H., and L. T. Goodman, assignors to John 
Bull Rubber Company Limited, Leicester, England. 
Manufacture of corrugated or convolute hose and to 
means therefor. 2,616,129, Nov. 4. 

Burton, James R., Jr., and H. N. McLean, Sr., Jasper, 
Ala. Golf bag. 2,587,029, Feb. 26. 

Burton, Robert E., Willits, Calif. Hydraulic log-barker 
having kerf-cutting and bark-removing jets. 2,611,401, 
Sept. 23. 

Burton, Russell A. : See — • 

Altiere, Daniel M., and Burton. 

Burton, William P., Orange, assignor to The M. W. 
Kellogg Company, Jersey City, N. J. Synthesis of 
organic compounds. 2,598,503, May 27. 

Burton, William P., Orange assignor to The M. W. Kellogg 
Company, Jersey City, >1. J. Dehydration of alcohols. 
2,614,971, Oct. 21. 

Burton, William P., Orange, H. G. McGrath, Elizabeth, 
and L. C. Rubin, West Caldwell, assignors to The M. W. 
Kellogg Company, Jersey City, N. J. Separation of or- 
ganic acids from alcohols. 2,580,403, Jan. 1. 

Burton, William P.. Orange, and E. Solomon, Nutley, 
assignors to The M. W. Kellogg Company, Jersey City, 
N. J. Recovery of organic acids. 2.590,087, Mar. 25. 

Burton, William P., Orange, and E. Solomon, Nutley, as- 
signors to The M. W. Kellogg Company, Jersey City, 
N. J. Separation of organic compounds. 2,595,223, 
May 6. 

Burtscher, Arthur J. : See — 

Lindner, Arthur E., and Burtscher. 

Burtt, Horatio H., Hartsdale, W. W. Koenig, Flushing, 
and L. Gilbert, New York, N. Y., assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Winchester Electronics, Incorporated, 
Glenbrook, Conn. Electrical connector with adjustable 
cover. 2,610,222. Sept. 'J. 

Burwell, Earl L., Warsaw, Ind. Mouse and rattrap with 
improved bait holder. 2,581,628, Jan. 8. 

Burwell, James M. : fc'ce — 

Dabbs, Robert, and Burwell. 

Burwell, Stanley J., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Helicop- 
ter control. 2,601,090, June 17. 

Buryan, Edmund P., Westchester County, N. Y. Post- 
operative bandage. 2,603,213, July 15. 

Busacco, Morris J., Brooklyn, assignor to Jarco Metal 
Products Company, New York, N. Y. Lighter. 
2,605,627, Aug. 5. 

Busacker, John W., Houston, Tex., assignor to the United 
States of America as represented by the Secretary of 
the Navy. Rocket fin. 2,597,703, May 20. 

Busby, Hibbard S.. and W. L. Ward, New Orleans, La., 
assignors to United States of America as represented 
by the Secretary of Agriculture. Cotton filled struc- 
tural material and preparing the same. 2,587,591, 
Mar. 4. 

Busch, Aloysius J., Madison, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New Y'ork, N. Y. 
Crossbar telephone system. 2.585,904, Feb. 19. 

Busch, Aloysius J.. Madison, N. J., and H. J. Michael, 
Alineola, assignors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, In- 
corporated, New York, N. Y. Telephone system. 
2,587,817. Mar. 4. 

Busch. George B. : See — 

Cooley. Austin G.. and Busch. 

Busch Precision Camera Corporation, assignee : See — 
Gardner, Michael L. 

Busch, Tom N., assignee : See — 
Mittell, Carl E. 

Busch-Jensen, Harald H. M., Copenhagen, Denmark. 
Conveyor for bar material. 2,619,220, Nov. 25. 

ISuschm.in, E. W., Co., The, assignee: See — 
Schottelkotte, Franklin B. 

Buschow. Herman F. : See — 

Benenati, Robert F.. and Buschow. 

Buschow, Herman F., North Arlington, and P. C. Keith, 
Peapack, X. J., assignors to Hydrocarbon Research, Inc., 
New York, N. Y. Regenerator for the recovery of the 
cold content of gases. 2,585,912. Feb. 19. 

Busee, Wilbur E., and C. M. Orr, Chicago, 111., assignors to 
Chicago Bridge & Iron Company. Hanger for floating 
roofs. 2,611,504. Sept. 23. 

Buser, Charles. Auburn, assignor to Beh and Company, 
New York, N. Y. Adjustable leg construction for iron- 
ing boards. 2,614.348, Oct. 21. 

Buser, Theophil, Berne, Switzerland, assignor to SAIA 
Aktlengesellschaft fUr Schaltapparate. Device for con- 
trolling consumer circuits by means of at least one 
measuring Instrument carrying small currents. 
2.587,441. Feb. 26. 

Busfield, Gordon, Annandale, N. J., assignor to Research 
Corporation. New York, N. Y. Electrical precipitator. 
2.596,526, May 13. 

Bush, A. G., assignee : See — 
Crlner, Harrv J. 

Bush, Bnrl H,, United States Navy, San Francisco. Calif. 
Method and apparatus for controlling humidity. 
2.580,404, Jan. 1. 

Bush, Edward J., Sunbury-on-Thames, England. Ther- 
mostatic control device. 2,616,067, Oct. 28. 

Bush, Francis L., Washington, D. C. Hair pushing at- 
tachment for electric hair clipers. 2,607,985, Aug. 26. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Bush, George L., Flushing, assignor to The Teleregister 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Cam and pawl tmnsrpr 
mechanism. 2,596,370, May 13. 
Bush, J. B., assignee : See — 

Kitchen, Eden T. 
Bush, Jesse K., assignee : See — 

Sanderlin, Ralph C, and Grant. 
Bush, Joachim G., assignor to Vibradamp Corporation, 
Los Angeles, Calif. Manufacturing compressible glass 
fiber shock absorption material and products. 2,600,843, 
June 17. 
Bush Manufacturing Company, The, assignee : See — 

Wyrfel, Samuel P. 
Bush, Ralph R., Havertown, Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Motive mechanism utilizing catalytic.-illy 
decomposable material. 2,605,609, Aug. 5. 
Bush, Robert R. : See — 

Donal, John S., Jr., and Bush. 
Bush, Russell J. : See — 

Heimgartner, Leo C, Bush, and Clingman. 
Morgann, Robert 0.. and Bush. 
Bush, Russell J.. Dayton, Ohio, assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Connector strip. 
2,591,048, Apr. 1. 
Bush, Theodore R.. Royal Oak, Mich. Electric motor 

driven jig-saw unit. 2,609.016. Sept. 2. 
Bush, Wilkie L., and J. G. Veatch, assignors to Chicago 
Telephone Supply Corporation, Elkhart, Ind. Fasten- 
ing device. 2,616,642, Nov. 4. 
Bush, William W., Essex Fells, N. J. Railing. 2,590,929, 

Apr. 1. 
Busher, Frank J., Newport, Ky. Float and line re- 
triever. 2.594,120, Apr. 22. 
Bushev, Clay A., Los Angeles, Calif. Air hammer safety 

valve. 2,601,588. June 24. 
Bushfield, Keith, San Francisco. Calif. Combined trailer 

and pontoon boat. 2.588,084. Jlar. 4. 
Bushman, Edwin F., Aurora, 111. Dispensing holder for 

bottles or the like. 2,610,081, Sept. 9. 
Bushuell, Horace K., Jr.. Glen Mills, Pa. Grapple. 

2,613.103, Oct. 7. 
Bushong, Helen W., Lima, Ohio. Portable foldable log 

rest. 2,614,613, Oct. 21. 
Bushong, Tolbert C, Waveland, Ind. Rotary hoe wheel. 

2,596,527, May 13. 
Busick, Don K., Columbus, Ohio. Fluid flow control. 

2,601,966, July 1. 
Busignies, Henri G., Forest Hills, assignor to Interna- 
tional Standard Electric Corporation, New York, N. Y. 
Pro.iectile radio location system. 2,586,783, Feb. 26. 
Busignies, Henri G., Forest Hills, assignor to Federal Tele- 
phone and Radio Corporation, New York, N. Y. Force 
measuring device. 2,601,259, June 24. 
Busignies, Henri G., Forest Hills, N. Y., and P. R. Adams, 
Cranford. N. J., assignors to Federal Telecommunica- 
tion Laboratories, Inc., New York, N. Y. Display sys- 
tem Indicating craft position and movement. 2,581,358, 
Jan. 8. 

Busignies, Henri G., Forest Hills, and A. D. Smith, Jr., 
Amityville, N. Y., assignors to Federal Telephone and 
Radio Corporation, Newark, N. J. Radio direction and 
location determining system. 2,607,032, Aug. 12. 

Business Systems, Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Nelson, James C. 

Businger, Roger T., Pittsburgh, Pa., and H. L. Gerhart. 
Milwaukee, Wis., assignors to Pittsburgh Plate Glass 
Company, Allegheny County, Pa. High purity dicy- 
clopentadiene. 2,582,920, Jan. 15. 

Buskes, Willem M., Velden, and T. P. W. Sanders. M. M. P. 
Vallen, and K. M. Hutgens, assignors to Chemische 
Fabriek L. van der Grinten, Venlo, Netherlands. Sensi- 
tized sheets provided with a screen. 2,602,742, July 8. 

Buss, Benjamin A., East Moline, 111., and H. W. Miller, 
Davenport, Iowa, assignors to American Machine and 
Metals, Inc., East Moline, 111. Control station for oper- 
ating washers with a single bath. 2,612,035, Sept. 30. 

Buss Machine Works, assignee : See — 
Dick, M. Everett, and Diekema. 
Fetter, Jay C. 

Bussard, Emmery J. H., assignor to Avco Manufacturing 
Corporation, Cincinnati. Ohio. Oscillator. 2,583,137, 
Jan. 22. 

Bussard, Emmery J. H., assignor to Avco Manufacturing 
Corporation. Cincinnati, Ohio. Tuner for television re- 
ceivers. 2,615,983. Oct. 28. 

Busse, Edwin G., assignor to Chicago Railway Equipment 
Company, Chicago, 111. Railway truss type brake beam 
end structure. 2,597,287, May 20. 

Busse, Ethel, executrix : See — 
Hollandsworth, George W. 

Busse, Karl J., Tiffin, Ohio. Line drying and storage 
reel. 2,601,959, July 1. 

Busse. Warren F,, and J. M. Lambert Easton Pa as- 
signors to General Aniline & Film Corporation New 
York, N. Y. Poly-n-vinyl pyrrole compound molding 
composition, molding process and product. 2,618,020 
Nov. 18. 

Bussert, Clarence E.. Melrose Park, 111. Immersed floral 

display. 2.601,658, June 24. 
Bussey. William H.. assignor to Geo. D. Roper Corporation, 

Rockford. 111. Electromagnetic impulse generator 

2.618.755, Nov. 18. 



Waterford, Calif. 
2,604,292, July 22 

Surrey Hills, Victoria 
;.698. Mar. 11. 

Jamaica, N. Y. Urinal 



Australia. 



device. 



Bussmann, Aloysius B., St. Louis, assignor to Alamo Cor- 
poration, Clayton, Mo. Support for insulators. 
2,621,881, Dec. 16. 

Bustamante, Cesar, New York, N. Y. Machine for mark- 
ing articles. 2,616,362, Nov. 4. 

Butalite Corporation, The. assignee : See — 
Morgan, Thomas H. and D. C. 

Butchart, Alexander, North Crescent, Ardrossan, Scotland, 
assignor to Imperial Chemical Industries Limited. Low- 
ering the tendency towards setting of potassium nitrate 
and potassium nitrate of free-flowing form with a re- 
duced tendency to setting. 2,616,785, Nov. 4. 

Butchart, Alexander, Ardrossan, and J. Whetstone, West 
Kilbride, Scotland, assignors to Imperial Chemical In- 
dustries Limited. Lowering the tendency towards set- 
ting of ammonium sulfate and ammonium sulfate of 
free-flowing form with a reduced tendency to setting. 
2.616,788, Nov. 4. 

Butcher, Eugene T., Waterford, Calif. Control unit for 
irrigation valves. 

Butcher, Lance N., 
Steam iron. 2,5S 

Butcher, William J., 
2,600,478. June 17. 

Butcosk, Richard A. : See — • 

Armstrong, Eldon L., and Butcosk. 
Ogden. Albert B., Butcosk. and Williams. 

Butcosk, Richard A. Jackson Heights, N. Y., assignor to 
Socony- Vacuum Oil Company, Incorpocrated. High- 
temperature grease. 2,585,321, Feb. 12. 

Butera, Charles, Los Angeles. Calif. Flatiron supporting 
and cleaning device. 2,598.347, May 27. 

Butler, Albert, assignor to Imperial Optical Company, 
Ltd., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Mounting lenses. 
2,595,760, May 0. 

Butler, Adolf G., Hawthorne, Calif., assignor to American 
Pipe and Construction Co. Welding process and joint. 
2.603.735, July 15. 

Butler, Charles O. : See — 

Williams, Sidney B., and Butler. 

Butler. Clarence A.. Jr., Painesville, assignor to Diamond 
Alkali Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Mining soluble salts. 
2.618.47.n. Nov. 18. 

Butler, Clyde G., deceased, by D. F. Butler, administratrix, 
Madeira, assignor to P. J. Schneider, Cincinnati, Ohio, 
as trustee. Bottle carrier. 2,580,995, Jan. 1. 

Butler. David J., McKeesport, Pa. Calculated framing and 
folding rule. 2,607,995, Aug. 26. 

Butler, Delia F., administratrix : See — 
Butler, Clyde G. 

Butler. Donald H.. Allison Park, Pa. 
conduit installation. 2,608,203, Aug. 

P.utler, Earl K. : See — 

Purcell. Howard F., and Butler. 

Butler. Edgar M., New Orleans. La., 

Engineering Co., Inc. Electrolytic water correction de- 
vice and filter combination. 2,607,725, Aug. 19. 

Butler Engineering Co., Inc., assignee : See — 
Butler, Edgar 51. 

Butler, Ernest L.. Lynn, Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Lasting 
wiper. 2,619.660, Dec. 2. 

Butler, Ernest L.. Lynn, and O. M. Holmes, Beverly, Mass.. 
assignors to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flem- 
ington, N. J. Apparatus for use in scribing wiper 
blanks. 2.597.972, May 27, 

Butler, Ernest L., and A. Eppler, Jr., Lynn, Mass.. as- 
signors to United Shoe Machinery Corporation, Flem- 
ington, N. J. Lasting machine. 2,604,645, July 29. 

Butler, Frank D., Venice, Calif. Portable power saw 
mitering machine. 2,599,893, June 10. 

Butler, George B., and R. L. Bunch, Gainesville, Fla.. as- 
signors to Board of Commissioners of State Institutions 
of the State of Florida. Unsaturated quaternary am- 
monium halides of certain saturated heterocyclics and 
preparation. 2.611.768, Sept. 23. 

Butler. George T. : See — 

Ford, Ronald M., and Butler. 

Butler, Glenn F., Detroit, Mich. Heated chair. 
2.583,816. Jan. 29. 

Butler, Gray L., assignor to Scovill Manufacturing Com- 
pany, Waterbury, Conn. Making a hose coupling unit. 
2,623,837, Dec. 30. 

Butler, Henry J., Sutton Coldfield, assignor to Dunlop 
Rubber Company Limited, London, England. Brake. 
2,613,765, Oct. 14. 

Butler, Henry J., Sutton Coldfield, assignor to Dunlop 
Rubber Company Limited. London, England. Nose or 
tail wheels of aircraft. 2,620,235, Dec. 2. 

Butler. Jack 0. : See — 

Hutchins. Edwin L., and Butler. 

Butler, John M. : See — 

Kosmin. Milton, and Butler. 

Butler, John M., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Wax compositions. 
2,580,996, Jan. 1. 

Butler, John M., Dayton, Ohio, assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Reaction of poly- 
styrene with an isocyanate. 2.617,790. Nov. 11. 

Butler, Joseph B., assignor to Airtoys, Inc., Bethesda, Md. 
Educational apparatus for simulating the operation of 
aircraft. 2.584,113. Feb. 5. 



Valve and valved 
26. 



assignor to Butler 



LIST OF PATENTEES 



111 



Butler. Joseph E., Montgomery County, Jld.. assignor of 
40 per cent to K. N. Price and 40 per cent to J. S. Howe, 
Washington, D. C. Receptacle. 2,593,384, Apr. 15. 

Butler, Joseph F., Pittsburgh, Pa. Cutting apparatus for 
wallboards and the like. 2,611,179. Sept. 23. 

Butler, Keith H., Marblehead, assignor to Sylvanla Elec- 
tric Products Inc., Salem, Mass. Barium mesotrisill- 
cate phosphor. 2. .587, 592. Mar. 4. 

Butler, Keith H., Marblehead, assignor to Sylvania Elec- 
tric Products Inc., Salem, Mass. Calcium phosphate 
phosphors. 2,619,471, Nov. 25. 

Butler, Louis M., Sauk Centre, Minn. Fish stringer. 
2,612,303, Sept. 30. 

Butler, Milton S., South Braintree, Mass. Septic tank. 
2,607,211. Aug. 19. 

Butler, Milton S., South Braintree, Mass. Septic tank. 
2,607,727. Aug. 19. 

Butler, Oscar, Kansas City, Mo. Control system for taxi- 
cab meters. 2,598,348. May 27. 

Butler, Van B., Mercer Island, and W. H. Cook, Jr., 
assignor to Boeing Airplane Company, Seattle, Wash. 
Airplane flap control mechanism. 2,620,147, Dec. 2. 

Butler, Ward, Miami, Pla. Spinal relaxation couch. 
2,586,610, Feb. 19. 

Butler, William F., Oakland, assignor to Cutter Labora- 
tories, Berkeley, Calif. Blood filter and drip meter. 
2.586,513, Feb. 19. 

Butler, William F., Oakland, assignor to Cutter Labora- 
tories, Berkeley, Calif. Pinch valve. 2,595,511, May 6. 

Butler, William F., Oakland, T. P. Stafford, El Cerrito, 
and F. A. Cutter, Oakland, assignors to Cutter Labora- 
tories. Berkeley. Calif. Elastomer stopper. 2,601,091, 
June 17. 

Butler, William H., Selkirk, Manitoba, Canada. Elevating 
clothes drier. 2,598,502, May 27. 

Butler, William L., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Eddy current disk mechanism. 
2,596,649, May 13. 

Butlin, William : See — 

Hickling. Ernest H., Cheffings, and Butlin. 

Butrym, Anthony : See — 

Judd, Edwin B.. and Butrym. 

I'utsch. William G., Fort Thomas, Ky. Crane loading 
portable bar rack. 2,591,049. Apr. 1. 

Butsch, William G., Fort Thomas, Ky. Roof for truck 
bodies. 2,.591,050, Apr. 1. 

Butterfield, Harry : See — 

Pityo. Albert F., and Butterfield. 

Butterfield, Harry E., Jr : See — 

Pityo, Albert F., and Butterfield. 

Butterfield, Jolm C. E., Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Wav- 
ing hair. 2,606,564, Aug. 12. 

Butterfield, John P.. Grosse Pointe Woods, assignor to 
Chrysler Corporation, Highland Park, Mich. Adjust- 
able suspension for vehicles. 2.592,391, Apr. 8. 

Butterfield, John P., Grosse Pointe Woods, assignor to 
Chrysler Corporation. Highland Park, Mich. Crank- 
shaft. 2,595,761. May 6. 

Butterfield, John P.. Grosse Pointe Woods, assignor to 
Chrysler Corporation, Highland Park, Mich. Bearing 
block structure. 2,603,538, July 15. 

Butterfield, John P., Grosse Pointe Woods, assignor to 
Chrysler Corporation, Highland Park, Mich. Universal 
joint. 2,609,673, Sept. 9. 

Biitterfield, John P.. Grosse Pointe Woods, assignor to 
Chrysler Corporation, Highland Park, Mich. Engine. 
2,610,615, Sept. 16. 

Butterfield, John P., Grosse Pointe, Woods, assignor to 
Chrysler Corporation, Highland Park, Mich. Piston 
structure. 2,614,009. Oct. 14. 

Butterfield, John P., Grosse Pointe Woods, assignor to 
Chrysler Corporation, Highland Park, Mich. Engine. 
2,621,639, Dee. 16. 

Butterfield, John P., assignor to Chrysler Corporation, 
Highland Park, Mich. Suspension. 2,616,687, Nov. 4. 

Butterfield, Louis B.. Plainfield, N. J., assignor to Western 
Electric Company, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Humidity selector switch. 2,610,275, Sept. 9. 

Butterfield, Trevor L. H., Guildford, assignor to Bowler & 
Sidney, Limited, Slough, England. Electric-arc welding 
apparatus. 2,622,179, Dec. 16. 

Butterworth, Archibald J., Frimley, England. Valve gear 
for internal-combustion engines. 2,622,574, Dec. 23. 

Butterworth, Edward, assignor to Begwaco Meters Lim- 
ited, Parnworth, near Bolton, England. Dry gas meter 
with drainage means. 2,619,838, Dec. 2. 

Butterworth. Gilbert J.. Chester, assignor to Sperry-Sun 
Well Surveying Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Centrifu- 
gally operated switch. 2,584,983, Feb. 12. 

Butterworth. Gilbert J., Chester, assignor to Sperry- 
Sun Well Surveying Company, Philadelphia. Pa. 
Circuit control for well surveying instruments. 
2.590,930. Apr. 1. 

Butterworth, James E. : See — 
Hilt, Carl, and Butterworth. 

Buttery, Kenneth T., assignor to Sntherl.ind Paper Com- 
pany, Kalamazoo, Mich. Displav cont.Tiner for indi- 
vidually wrapped articles nf nieroh.nndise and eup- 
porting tray therefor. 2.582,476, Jan. 15 



Buttery, Kenneth T., assignor to Sutherland Paper Com- 
pany, Kalamazoo, Mich. Partitioned tray or holder. 
2,596,205, May 13. 

Buttery, Kenneth T., assignor to Sutherland Paper Com-, 
pany, Kalamazoo, Mich. Collapsible cellular carton. 
2,605,952, Aug. 5. 

Buttery. Kenneth T., assignor to Sutherland Paper Com- 
pany, Kalamazoo, Mich. Collapsible cellular carton. 
2.613,024, Oct. 7. 

Buttery, Kenneth T., assignor to Sutherland Paper Com- 
pany, Kalamazoo, Mich. Collapsible lined tray or car- 
ton. 2,617,579, Nov. 11. 

Buttery, Kenneth T., assignor to Sutherland Paper Com- 
pany, Kalamazoo, Mich. Collapsible tray or carton. 
2,621,783, Dec. 16. 

Buttloph, Ralph Q., Long Beach, Calif. Drill guiding as- 
sembly. 2,589,534, Mar. 18. 

Buttner, Carl M., assignor to Hunter Fan and Ventilating 
Company, Memphis. Tenn. Guard for the rotating por- 
tions of air-moving devices. 2,601,947, July 1. 

Button, Clarence R., Rochester. N. Y. Fluid motor assem- 
bly. 2,594,288, Apr. 29. 

Button. Thomas B. : See — 

Roberts, Philip B., and Button. 

Buttondex Corporation, assignee : See — 
Schneider, John F., Jr. 

Buttrick, James C, Scarbro, W. Va. Cutting unit for 
mining machines. 2,595,565, May 6. 

Buttrick, James C, Scarbro, W. Va. Attachment for min- 
ing machine anchor jacks. 2,598,970, June 3. 

Butts, Arthur C, Bronx, N. Y. Pessary. 2.618,261. 
Nov. 18. 

Butz. Arthur N., executor : See — 
Butz. Arthur N., Jr. 

Butz, Arthur N., Jr., deceased. State College, Pa. ; Arthur 
N. Butz, executor, Maplewood, N. J., assignor, by mesne 
assicnments, to Pennsvlvania Research Corporation. 
Jlultiple recording on film. 2.615,778. Oct. 28. 

Butz, Bert B., assignor to Tri-Saw Corporation, St. Louis, 
Mo. Hand carried power tool. 2,621,685, Dec. 16. 

Butz, Stephen C, Zion, 111. Swinging auxiliary barber's 
rest. 2,595,921. May 6. 

Buxbaum, Edwin C., Media, Pa., assignor to E. I. du Pont 
de Nemours and Company, Wilmington, Del. 2,3 xyli- 
dinoanthraquinone compounds and sulfonation products 
thereof. 2,605,269, July 29. 

Buxbaum, Mac : See — 

Lebensfeld, Moe, and Buxbaum. 

Buxton. Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Broughlon. Douglas J. 
Harvey. Robert P. 

Buxton. James E., Elmira. N. Y., 
Aviation Corporation. Engine 
2, 602,3.36. July 8. 

Buxton, James E., Elmira, assignor to Bendlx Aviation 
Corporation. Elmira Heights, N. 
gearing. 2,609,694, Sept. 9. 

I'.uxton. James E., Elmira, assignor 
Corporation, Elmira Heights, N. 
gearing. 2.609,095. Sept. 9. 

l)Uzzell. Maurice E.. Mahtomedi. Minn., and L. W. Kan- 
ninen. Wausau. Wis., assignors to Minnesnt.-x :\tining & 
Manufacturine Company. St. Paul. Minn. Roofing gran- 
ules and making same. 2.614,051. Oct. 14. 

Byard. Edward P., Lyons, Kans. Fence stapling machine. 
2.618,779, Nov. 25. 

Hy-Bnk Company, assignee : See — 
Ruck. Homer G. 

Bycliinsky. Wilfred A. : See — 

Church, Walter L., and Bychinsky. 

Bychinsky, Wilfred A., Ann Arbor, assignor to General 
Motors Corporation. Detroit, Mich. Spark plug tester. 
2.603.685. July 15. 

Bychinsky. Wilfred A., Ann Arbor, assignor to General 
Motors Corporatoon, Detroit, Mich. Jet engine igniter 
plug. 2,609.808, Sept. 9. 

Bychinsky. Wilfred A., Ann Arbor, assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Spark plug elec- 
trode. 2.615.441, Oct. 28. 

Bychinsky, Wilfred A.. Flint, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation. Detroit, Mich. Sealed spark plug assem- 
bly. 2.606,951. Aug. 12. 

Bye, Norman C. Wyndmoor. assignor to Henry Disston 
and Sons. Inc.. Philadelphia, Pa. Guide bar for chain 
saws. 2,599.608. .Tune 10. 

Byo. Ole L., Glendale, Calif. Combination floor washing, 
sanding, oiling, and polishing machine. 2,621,350, 
Dec. 16. 

Byer. Henry E.. Bernardsville. N. J. Vapor condensing 
.ipparatus. 2.593.655. Apr. 22. 

Byers. Anna R. N., executrix : See — 
Byers, Laud S. 

Byers. Donald J., Washington, D. C. Tethered flying 
model and object releasing mechanism. 2,580,405, 
Jan. 1. 

Byers. Gordon L.. trustee, assignee : See — 
Robbing. Robert L.. Jr. 

Byors. L.nud S.. deceased, Reno, Nev. ; A. R. N. B.vers, 
executrix. Nitrate expolsive containing aluminum. 
2.589.532. Mar. IS. 

Byington, James A., assignor to Fruit Treating Corpora- 
tion. Orlando, Fla. Box dumping apparatus. 2,623 652, 
Dec. 30. 



assignor to Bendlx 
starter gearing. 



Y. Engine starter 



to 
Y. 



Bendlx Aviation 
Engine starter 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Singing-talking bank. 



Degumming bast 



Byng, Robert C. : See — 

Briscoe, Hugli V., and Byng. 
Bynum, George 'i'., Fair Lawn, E. H. Olson, Paterson, and 
F. J. Wiegand, Eidgewood, N. J., assignors to Curtiss- 
Wright Corporation. Ampltiude limiting means for 
vibration dampers. 2,592,114, Apr. 8. 
Byram, Frederick C, assignor to Bobbins & Myers, Inc., 
Springfield, Ohio. Close coupling for motorized pumps. 
2,598,758, June 3. 
Byram, Frederick C, New Carlisle, and S. S. L.. Chang, 
assignors to Bobbins & Myers, Inc.. Springfield, Ohio. 
Flat rotary pump. 2,590,751, Mar. 25. 
Byram, Frederick C, New Carlisle, and G. H. Zimmer Jr., 
assignors to Bobbins & Myers, Inc., Springfield, Ohio. 
Helical gear pump with nonrigld casing. 2,612,845, 
Oct. 7. 
Byrd, Buford J., assignee : See — 

Houghton, William. 
Byrd, H. F., Inc., assignee : See — ■ 

Rooker, William A. 
Byrd, Walter A., assignor of one-half to J. D. Thames, 
'Vicksburg, Miss. Draft rigging key. 2,605,667, 
Aug. 5. 
Byrkett, Elwood L., assignor to The Sheffield Corporation. 
Dayton, Ohio. Device for gauging surface character- 
istics. 2,618,964, Nov. 25. 
Byrne Doors, Inc., assignee : See — 

Davidson, Charles S. 
Byrne, Edward A. : See — 

Kolb, Philip C., and Byrne. 
Byrne, John J., New York, N. Y. 

2,588,958, Mar. 11. 
Byrne, Mazy, West Palm Beach, Fla. 

fibers. 2,606,094, Aug. 5. 
Byrne. Paul F., San Carlos, and J. C. Kyle, Menlo Park, 
assignors to Sierra Electronic Corporation, San Carlos, 
Calif. Electronic strain indicating network. 2,619,833, 
Dec. 2. 
Byrne, Russell W. : See — 

Gardner, Adryl W., and Byrne. 
Byrnes, John J., Newark, N. J. Base for motors. 

2,595,637, May 6. 
Byrnes, John J., Newark, N. J. Small article holding and 

spraying device. 2,601,364, June 24. 
Byrnes. AVilliam B., Dalton, Mass. Candle. 2,611,254, 

Sept. 23. 
Byrnie, Leo A., Torrington, Conn. Panel unit for radiant 

heating. 2,613,900, Oct. 14. 
Bywater, James E., Whitnash. near Leamington Spa, and 
R. F. Hale, Seven Kings. England, assignors to Ford 
Motor Company. Dearborn, Mich. Three-point front 
implement mounting for tractors. 2,608,924. Sept. 2. 
C. A. V. Limited, assignee : See — 
Curzon. Thomas. 
Evans, Eraser M. 
Nicolls, Wilfrid E. W. 
Thorpe, Ernest H. C. 
C & D Batteries, Inc., assignee : See — 
Doughty, Leon A. 
Jensen, Henry B. 
C. D. Patents Limited, assignee : See — 

Kaufman, Morris, and Williams. 
C-EIght Laboratories, assignee: See — 
Caruso, Mario 
Clark, Nelson O. 
C. G. S. Laboratories. Inc., assignee : See — 
Carver, Lawrence M. 
Leonard, George H. 
C. J. W. Corporation, assignee : See — 

Eisner, Edwin C. 
C-O-Two Fire Equipment Company, assignee : See — 
Allen, Frank B. 

Cahusac, Clarence N.. and Allen. 
Ensminger, Harry. 
C & S All Weather Shield Co., assignee : See — 

Williams, Sidney B., and Butler. 
Cabaniss, Bert A., Falfurrias, Tex., assignor to Sperry- 
Sun Well Surveying Company, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Chemically heated paraffin knife. 2.590.931. Apr. 1. 
Cabes. Lucien A. B., Antwerp, Belgium, assignor to In- 
ternational Standard Electric Corporation. New York, 
N. Y. Device for detecting electric potentials. 
2,588,357, Mar. 11. 
Cabin Crafts, Inc., assignee : See — 

McCaray, Robert G. 
Cabometer, Inc., assignee : See — 

Horn, Thurman W. 
Cabot, Deane A.. Rumford, R. I., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Whitin Machine Works. Textile drafting 
mechanism. 2,618,024, Nov. 18. 
Cabot. Godfrey L., Inc., assignee : See — 

Friaut. George P. 
Cabot, Walter K., Upper Montclair, N. J., assignor to 
American Can Company, New York, N. Y. Machine for 
filling liquids in containers in vacuum. 2,600,391, 
June 17. 
Cachat, John F., assignor to The Ohio Crankshaft Com- 
pany. Cleveland, Ohio. Seam-welding apparatus. 
2,582,963, Jan. 22. 
Cade, George N.. Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Producing carbon black. 
2.587,107. Feb. 26. 
Cade, Phillip J. : See — 

Thomson, E. Craig, and Cade. 



Cade, Phillip J., Winchester, Mass., assignor to Photo- 
switch Marine Division, Inc., New York, N. Y. Conduc- 
tivity cell test element. 2,616,949, Nov. 4. 

Cade, Phillip J., Winchester, and B. E. Shaw. East Box- 
ford. Mass.. assignors to Photoswitch Marine Division, 
Inc., New York. N Y'. Temperature-compensating con- 
ductivity cell. 2.011,007. Sept. 16. 

Cade, Phillip J., Winchester, and D. J. MacDougall, Fra- 
mingham, Mass., assignors to Photoswitch Marine Di- 
vision, Inc., New York, N. Y. Electrolyte indicating 
and control apparatus. 2,611.113, Sept. 16. 

Cade, Phillip J., Winchester, and D. J. MacDougall, Fra- 
mingham, assignors to Pliotoswitch, Incorporated, Cam- 
bridge, Mass. Heat detector for aircraft. 2,621,239, 
Dec. 9. 

Cade, William E, : See— 

I5ergsten, Milford A., and Cade. 

Cadet Smokestands Company, assignee : See — 
Dick, Marion T. 

Cadman, Prank B. : See — 

Watts, William J., and Cadman. 

Cadman, Harold O., Rockton, 111., assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to Gardner Machine Company. Guide bar 
attachment. 2.618.910. Nov. 25. 

Cadwallader, Robert F., assignee : See — 
Roberts. Wert E. 

Cadwell, Clarence J., Carpinteria, and P. M. Adamson, 
Los Angeles, assignors to The Cadwell Corporation, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. Automatic slide changing and 
picture dissolving mechanism for still picture projectors. 
2,586,611, Feb. 19. 

Cadwell. Clarence J., Carpinteria, and F. M. Adamson, 
Los Angeles. Calif. Slide feeding mechanism for still 
picture projection machines. 2,593,007, Apr. 15. 

Cadwell, Clarence J., Carpinteria, and P. M. Adamson, 
Los Angeles, assignors to The Cadwell Corporation, 
Beverly Hills, Calif. Electric circuit timing switch. 
2,593.727, Apr. 22. 

Cadwell, Clarence J., Carpinteria, and F. M. Adamson, Los 
Angeles ; said Adamson assignor to The Cadwell Cor- 
poration, Beverly Hills, Calif. Detachable camera 
handle. 2,617,142, Nov. 11. 

Cadwell Corporation. The, assignee : See — 
Cadwell, Clarence J., and Adamson. 

Cadwell, Leonard E., Stamford, Conn., and C. Prazier, 
Brooklyn, assignors to American Cyanamid Company, 
New York, N. Y. Preparation of oil-modified alkyd 
resins. 2,618,617, Nov. 18. 

Cadwell, Ralph K., assignor to American Pipe & Steel 
Corporation, Alhambra, Calif. Pipe inspecting appara- 
tus. 2,609,728, Sept. 9. 

Cadwell, Ralph K., Los Angeles, assignor to American 
Pipe & Steel Corporation, Alhambra, Calif. Recess 
mounting for valves and fittings for liquefied petroleum 
gas containers. 2,609,964, Sept. 9. 

Cady, Raymond R., assignor to Nye-Wait Company, Inc., 
Auburn, N. Y. Pile wire for stationary wire Wilton 
looms. 2,619,990, Dec. 2. 

Caesar, Orville S., Barrington, 111. Chair having re- 
siliently mounted seat and back. 2,590,504, Mar. 25. 

Caesar, Philip D. : See — 

Hartough, Howard D., Caesar, and Lukasiewicz. 

Caesar, Philip D., Champaign, 111., assignor to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company. Incorporated. Tetrachloro- 
thiolane and preparing the same. 2,599,432, June 3. 

Caesar, Pliilip D., and P. G. Waldo, Wenonah, N. J., and 
D. J. Crowley. Oak Ridce. Tenn.. assignors to Socony- 
Vacuum Oil Company, Incorporated. Alkyl thiophene 
sulfonate wetting agents and making same. 2,614,084, 
Oct. 14. 

Caferro, Edward M., assignor to Columbia Electric and 
Manufacturing Company, Spokane, Wash. Manipulator 
for stajter plugs. 2,584,545, Feb. 5. 

Oradell, N. J., and M. Zuckerman, 
Electrical interval timer. 2,622,677, 



L., 
Y. 



Oradell, N. J., and M. Zuckerman. 
Electrical interval timer. 2,623,584, 



Caffier, Pierre 
Brooklyn, N. 
Dec. 23. 

Caffier, Pierre L., 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 
Dec. 30. 

Cagan, Bernard J., Los Angeles, W. Burroughs, Costa 
Mesa, and R. Silverstein, Beverly Hills, assignors to 
Plastic & Diecast Products Corp., Los Angeles, Calif. 
Styrene lacquer for decalcomania produced from the 
same. 2.603,618, July 15. 

Cage, John M., Montclair, N. J. Television camera tube. 
2,018,758, Nov. 18. 

Cage, John M., Wellesley, assignor to Raytheon Manufac- 
turing Company, Newton, Mass. Dielectric heating 
apparatus. 2,610.288, Sept. 9. 

Cahen, Alfred, Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Machine for 
notching signatures. 2,605,837, Aug. 5. 

Cahen, Herman S., University Heights, Ohio. Apparatus 
for lighting cigarettes and the like. 2,595,512, May 6. 

Cahenzli, Martin T.. Jr.. and E. W. Mack, assignors to 
The Harry Alter Company, Chicago. 111. Brazing ma- 
chine. 2,603,178, July 15. 

Cahill, Arthur T., Weehawken, N. J., and L. V. Merrill, 
Brooklyn. N. Y. Light-beam projecting means for pro- 
jecting pictures, floodlighting, spotlighting, etc. 
2,584:546, Feb. 5. 



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standard 
process. 

assignors 
Materials 
Materials 



Cahill, Harold D., Scarsdale, W. W. Carpenter, Garden 
City, N. y., and T. L. Dimond, Rutherford, X. J., as- 
signors to Bell Telephone Laboratories, Incorporated, 
New Xork, N. Y. Call data recording automatic tele- 
phone system. 2,599,358, June 3. 

Cahill, John J., Bronx, assignor to Mutual Machine Com- 
pany, New York, N. Y. Resilient roller for lamp shade 
binding machines. 2,592,539, Apr. 15. 

Cahill. John L., Dayton, Ohio. Automatic shutoff fuel 
valve. 2,608,984 Sept. 2. 

Cahill, John L., New Albany, Ind. Gasoline lantern. 
2,590,434, Mar. 25. 

Cahill, John T , Hinsdale, and G. W. Jandacek, assignors 
to Universal Oil Products Company, Chicago, HI. 
Combined fractionation heating and liquid level con- 
trol means. 2,598,036, May 27. 

Cahn, A. Leon, assignee : See — 
Severance, William M. 

Cahn, Benjamin, Paris, France. Hair tweezers with auto- 
matic traction. 2,584,547, Feb. 5. 

Cahn, Robert P., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to 
Oil Development Company. Adsorption 
2,620,047, Dec. 2. 

Cahners. Norman L., Newton, and A. W. Moffat, 
of one-half to said Cahners, and one-half to 
Handling Laboratories, Inc., Boston, Mass. 
handling apparatus. 2,598,222, May 27. 

Cahoon, Nelson C, Lakewood, and G. W. Heise, Fairview, 
Ohio, assignors, by mesne assignments, to Union Carbide 
and Carbon Corporation. Primary galvanic cell and 
battery and making same. 2,612,538, Sept. 30. 

Cahoon. William F., Birmingham, Ala., assignor to The 
Wheland Company, Chattanooga, Tenn. Air booster for 
sawmill setworks. 2,607.374, Aug. 19. 

Cahusac, Clarence N., Newark, and F. B. Allen, Towaco, 
assignors to C-O-Two Fire Equipment Company, Newark, 
N. J. Optical smoke detector. 2,603,122. July 15. 

Cahusac, Clarence N., Newark, and F. B. Allen. Towaco, 
assignors to C-O-Two Fire Equipment Company. New- 
ark, N. J. Smoke detector. 2,604,597. July 22. 

Caillard, Jean G., Le Havre, France. Control system 
for traveling platforms. 2,601,831, Julv 1. 

Caillat, Albert E. : See — 

GouIoun6s, Noel, and Caillat. 

Cairn, Louis. Jerusalem. Palestine. Photographic roll 
film. 2.590,678, Mar. 25. 

Cain. Basil S. : See — 

Papenkemper, Arthur H., and Cain. 

Cain, Basil S.. Erie, Pa., assignor to General Electric 
Company. Brake rigging device. 2.583,765, Jan. 29. 

Cain, Gordon A., New York, N. Y., and J. B. Chatelain, 
Freeport, Tex., assignors to Freeport Sulphur Company, 
New York. N. Y. Production of sodium cyanide. 
2.616.782, Nov. 4. 

Cain, Robert M., assignor to Wilcox-Gay Corporation, 
Charlotte. Mich. Automatic phonograph. 2,584,257, 
Feb. 5. 

Cain, Robert M., assignor to Wilcox-Gay Corporation. 
Charlotte. Mich. Automatic disk recorder and playback 
device. 2,601,501, June 24. 

Cain, Robert M., assignor to Wilcox-Gay Corporation, 
Charlotte, Mich. Turntable speed compensator. 

2.603.977, July 22. 

Cain, Robert ^I., assignor to Wilcox-Gay Corpnr.ntion, 
Charlotte, Mich. Automatic voice recorder. 2,614,846, 
Oct. 21. 

Cain, Virginia L., Linden, and C. E. Hemminger, West- 
field, N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development Com- 
pany. Hydrocarbon synthesis. 2,589.925, Mar. 18. 

Caird. David W.. Pittsfield, Mass.. assignor to General 
Electric Company. Polymerizing chlorotrifluoroethyl- 
ene. 2,600,202, June 10. 

Cairelli, Eremeldo : See — 

Uhrmacher, Ralph R., and Cairelli. 

Cairnes, William E.. Chicago. 111., assignor to Motorola, 
Inc. Phonograph pickup unit. 2,582,948, Jan. 22. 

Cairns, Edward, Montclair, N. J. Fireman's helmet. 
2,619,638. Dec. 2. 

Cairns, Robert, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Air cushion 
spring suspension. 2.606,757, Aug. 12. 

Cairns, Thomas C. Niles. Ohio. Shoelace tightener. 
2.611,940, Sept. 30. 

CajowskI, Arthur : See — 

Spahr. John P., and Ca.iowski. 

Cajumi, Franz, Innsbruck, Austria, assignor of one- 
half to L. Coleman, New York, N. Y. Ignition device. 

2.593.978, Apr. 22. 
Calabrosp. F. F., assignee : gee — 

Stogermayr, Fred. 

Calabre.<;e, Jolin, Weston 
2..593.262. Apr. 15. 

Calabrese. Vincenzo, Turin, Italy. 
2,594,121, Apr. 22. 

Calavo. Inc., assignee : See — 
Stupln, Peter J., and Adams. 

Calbeck, John H., Columbus, Ohio. „ 

Zinc, Lead & Smelting Company, St. Louis, Mo. Treating 
zinc oxides. Re. 23,475. Apr. 8. 

Calbeck, John H.. Columbus. Ohio, assignor to American 
Zinc. Lead & Smelting Company. St Louis Mo. Pro- 
duction of zinc oxide. 2,603,554 Julv 15 

Caide, Eleanor Y., Los Angeles, Calif. Garment. 
2,598,759, June 3. 



W. Ta. Hernia support. 



Indicating handgrip. 



assignor to American 



Caldemeyer, Daniel F., Evansville, Ind. Combination re- 
clining and rocking chair having a fi^xed base and track. 
2,606,594, Aug. 12. 

Calder, Alan R. : See^ 

Fienberg, Nathan, and Calder. 

Calder. Caesar A,, Verona, N. J. Rail for transporting 
hangers or carriages and switches therefor. 2,610,584, 
Sept. 16. 

Calder, Caesar A., Verona, N. J. Shirt folding device. 
2,610,771, Sept. 16. 

Calder, Caesar A., Verona, N. J. Shirt collar support. 
2,610,774, Sept. 16. 

Calder, Caesar A., Verona, and A. J. Rothschmitt, Union, 
N. J. ; said Rothschmitt, assignor to said Calder. Auto- 
matic shirt folding machine. 2,616,594, Nov. 4. 

Calderwood, Arthur J., Traer, Iowa. Window latching 
device. 2.581,629, Jan. 8. 

Caldora, Armand, New York, N. Y. Hair curler. 
2,619,970, Dec. 2. 

Caldwell, Andrew H., Ballston Lake, N. Y., assignor to 
General Electric Company. Solenoid coil support. 
2,610,233, Sept. 9. 

Caldwell, Annette, assignee : See — 
Van Boytham, Stephan. 

Caldwell, Berneth M., Emo, Ontario, Canada. C-ring ap- 
plying and removing tool. 2,616,315, Nov. 4. 

Caldwell, Byrt C, Scituate, assignor, by mesne as- 
signments, to H. K. Chlsholm, Wellesley, Mass. Tripod. 
2,591.051, Apr. 1. 

Caldwell, Carlyle G., Forest Hills, assignor to National 
Starch Products Inc.. New York, N. Y. Free-flowing 
starch esters. 2,613,206, Oct. 7. 

Caldwell, Clarence G., Jr., Birmingham, Ala. Playpen. 
2,602.643, July 8. 

Caldwell, Clyde L., Long Beach, Calif., assignor to Houdry 
Process Corporation, Wilmington, Del. Method and 
apparatus for processes employing fluent solids. 
2,594,289. Apr. 29. 

Caldwell, Clyde L., Long Beach, Calif., assignor to Houdry 
Process Corporation, Wilmington. Del. Method and 
apparatus for processes employing fluent solids. 
2,595.224. Mav 6. 

Caldwell. Ford W., and J. P. Sharp, Humboldt, Tenn. 
Resilient clamp. 2,585.089, Feb. 12. 

Caldwell, Forrest J., Chicago, 111. Hair spring and bal- 
ance wheel timing mechanism. 2,609,680. Sept. 9. 

Caldwell, Frank W., West Hartford, assignor to United 
Aircraft Corporation, East Hartford, Conn. Vertical- 
ly offset rotary wing axes. 2.590.064, Mar. 18. 

Caldwell, Frank W., West Hartford, assignor to United 
Aircraft Corporation, East Hartford, Conn. Aircraft 
turbine-propeller control system. 2,590.932, Apr. 1. 

Caldwell, Frederic B., Evanston, 111. Meteorological 
calculating mechanism. 2,612.316, Sept. 30, 

Caldwell, James R., assignor to The Wooster Rubber Com- 
pany, Wooster, Ohio. Sink mat. 2,586.612, Feb. 19. 

Caldwell, John A., Philadelpliia. Pa., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Minneapolis-Honeywell Regulator Com- 
pany, Jlinneapolis, Minn. Chart drive mechanism. 
2,618.528, Nov. 18. 

Caldwell. John B., A. A. Ginsberg, and S. W. Wolf, 
Toronto. Ontario, Canada. Conveyer feeding device. 
2.595.702. May 6. 

Caldwell. John R., Kingsport. Tenn., assisnor to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Preparing 
/5-lactones employing a uranyl salt catalyst. 2,585,223, 
Feb. 12, 

Caldwell, .John R., Kingsport, Tenn.. assignor to Eastman 
Kodak Company. Roohester. N. Y. Production of fila- 
ments from acrylonitrile-2-methallyl alcohol polymer. 
2..591.670. Apr. 8. 

Caldwell. John R.. Kincsport, Tenn., assignor to Eastman 
Kodak Compan.v. Rochester. N. Y. Preparation of 
globular protein solutions. 2.592,120. Apr. 8. 

Caldwell, John R., Kingsport, Tenn., assignor to East- 
m.nn Kodak Company. Rochester, N. Y. Bis (4-^8- 
hydroxyalkoxvplienvl) sulfones and polyesters prepared 
therefrom, 2.593.411, Apr. 22. 

Caldwell. John R., Kingsport, Tenn., assignor to Eastman 
Kodak Company. Rochester, N. Y. Copolymers of acry- 
lonitrile and N-allyl and N-2-niethallyl acylamides. 
2,596.650, May 13. 

Caldwell. .John R., Kingsport, Tenn., assignor to Eastman 
Kodak Company, Rochester. N. Y. Polyesters of hy- 
dr,Dxybenzoic acids. 2.600.376. June 17. 

Caldwell, John R., Kingsport, Tenn.. assignor to Eastman 
Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Forming filaments 
of metal salts of cellulose sulfate. 2,603.839, July 22. 

Caldwell, .lohn R.. Kingsport, Tenn.. assignor to Eastman 
Kodak Company. Rochester. N. Y. y8-hydroxyalkyl di- 
esters of dicarboxvdiphenyl sulfones and preparing 
same. 2.614,120, Oct. 14. 

Caldwell, John R., Kingsport, Tenn., assignor to Eastman 
Kodak Company. Rochester, N. Y. Solutions of poly- 
amides. 2,614.999, Oct. 21. 

Caldwell, John R., Kingsport, Tenn.. assignor to Eastman 
Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. 2,2-dimeth.vl-3-hy- 
droxypropylamine and its preparation. 2,618,658, Nov. 
18, 

Caldwell, Joseph A., and M. L. Lytle, Houston, Tex,, as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to Standard Oil Devel- 
opment Company. Elizabeth, N. J. Prevention of cor- 
rosion in wells. 2,614,982. Oct. 21. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Caldwell, Joseph A., and M. L. Lytle, Houston, Tox., as- 
signors, by mesne assignments, to Standard Oil Devel- 
opment Company, Elizabeth, N. J. Prevention of cor- 
rosion in wells. 2,614,983. Oct. 21. 
Caldwell, Milford K., Los Molinos, Calif. Controlled fish- 
ing float. 2,597,288, May 20. 
Caldwell, Stanley B.. Caldy, and E. Hurley, Greasby. Wir- 

ral, England. Leaf hinge. 2.587,818, Mar. 4. 
Caldwell. Welsey A. Manhattan Beach, Calif. Garage 

door hanger. 2,589,049, Mar. 11. 
Calefactor Corporation, assignee : See — 

Denker, Charles T.. and Moore. 

Calfee, John D., Manhasset, N. Y., and L. B. Smith, 

Woodbridge, N. J., assignors to Allied Chemical & Dyo 

Corporation, New York, N. Y. Manufacture of di- 

chlorodifluoromethane. 2,606,937, Aug. 12. 

Calfee, Sony G., Washington, D. C. Pilot lamp mounting 

tool. 2,601,260, June 24. 
Calgon. Incorporated, assignee : See — 

Hatch, George B. 
Calhoun, Jack A., assignor to Skycraft Mfg. Corp., Long 
Beach, Calif. Tethered toy aii-plane. 2,593,979, Apr. 
22. 
Calhoun, Rov I.. Milwaukee, Wis. Paint roller jacket 

cleaner. 2',616,281, Nov. 4. 
Calhoun, Verna E., Seattle, Wash. Receptacle for lip- 
stick holders and lipsticks. 2,610,732, Sept. 16. 
Calicchio, David J., Boston, Mass. Surgical drainage 

tube. 2,593,980, Apr. 22. 
Calicchio, David J., Boston, Mass. Ligator. 2,010,631, 

Sept. 16. 
Calico Printers' Association Limited, The, assignee : See — 
Isherwood, Fred, and Miller. 
Miller, William S. 
Calidyne Company, The, assignee : See — 

Etromson, Philip C, and Lewis. 
Caliendo, Thomas A., South Ozone Park, N. Y. Pipe 
reaming and burring attachment for pipes. 2,610,530, 
Sept. 16. 
California Almond Growers Exchange, assignee : See — 

Bailey, David R. 
California Cedar Products Company, assignee : See — 

Hagan Owen C. 
California Company, The, assignee : See — 

Babb, John J., and Smith. 
California Container Corporation, assignee : See — 
Evans. Wil. 
Shoudy, Paul A. 
California Institute Research Foundation, assignee : 
See — 

Campbell, Dan H., Koepfll, and Pauling. 
Chittum. Joseph F. 
Cowan, Eugene W. 
Felter. Richard H. 
Kemp, Jacob D., and Brooke. 
Lauritsen. Charles C. 
Neher, Henr.v V. 
Postlewaite, William R. 
Yost, Lloyd. 
California Packing Corporation, assignee : See — 
Messina, Salvatore. 
Morine. Charles V. 
California Portland Cement Company, assignee: See — 

Olsen, Geforge F. 
California Reinforced Plastics Company, assignee : See — 

Steele, Roger C. 
California Research Corporation, assignee : See — 
Barieau, Robert B. 
Barusch, Maurice R., and Payne. 
Bates. WilUam A. 
Brooke, Lloyd F. 
Brown, Lloyd H. 
Claussen. William H. 
Condit. Daniel H. 
Cope, John Q., Jr. 
Darragh, John L.. and Miller. 
Denison, George H., Jr. 
Dreher. John L., and Carter. 
Egan, Clark J. 
Egan. Clark J., and Scott. 
Elwell, William E. 
Elwell, William E.. and Childress. 
Elwell, William E., and McGowan. 
Hanson. .John E. 
Harle. Oliver L. 
Hotten, Bruce W. 
Johnson. Arthur B., and Condit. 
Kemp. Jacob D. 

Kemp. Jacob D., and Stickland. 
Langlois. Gordon E. 
Lewis, Allen H., and Stayner. 
Lowe. Warren, and Clayton. 
Lowe. Warren. Stewart, and Clayton. 
Ludwig. Milton, and Postlewaite 
Moody, Clark J. 
Morrisme, .Tolin .T. 
Nelly, George L 
Pinotti, Primo L. 
Postlewaite. William R. 

Rohrback, Gilson H., Stoner, Macaulay, and Cardwell. 
Rutherford. John T. 
Scott, John W.. and Eagle. 
Shlffler. William H. 
Standing, Marshall B., Yaplee, and Macaulay. 



California Research Corporation, assignee : See — Con. 
Stewart, Harold R., and Thaw. 
Stewart, William T., and Goldschmidt. 
Thaw, Wallace M.. and Stewart. 
Toland, William G. 
Toland, William G., Jr. 
Wilkes, John B. 

Woodruff, Richard L.. Stewart, and Lowe. 
California Test Bureau, assignee : See — 

Clark, Ethel M. 
California Thimble Corporation, assignee : See — 

Howser, Claude M. 
Caligari, Eugene, Jr., Norfolk. Va. Venetian blind. 

2.603,285, July 15. 
Caliban, Paul P., Red Wing, and S. A. Mortenson. Minne- 
apolis, Minn. Combination vision mirror and signaling 
device. 2,595,331, May 6. 
Caliugaert, George, Geneva, N. Y., and H. Shapiro, 
Detroit, Mich., assignors to Ethyl Corporation, New 
York, N. Y. Manufacture of alkyl lead compounds. 
2,591,509, Apr. 1. 
Calingaert, George, Geneva, assignor to Ethyl Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Magnesium oxide-barium oxide silver 
catalyst support and process using the same. 2,593,099, 
Apr. 15. 
Calingaert, George, Geneva, assignor to Ethyl Corporation, 
New York, N. Y. Silver catalyst supported on a 
MgO-AlaOa spinel. 2,593,100. Apr. 15. 
Callssi, Paul C, Darby, Pa. Lamp construction having 

column switching means. 2.584.548, Feb. 5. 
Calkins, Chauncey L. Lake Bluff, 111., assignor to Ameri- 
can Can Company, New York, N. Y. Control mechanism 
for machines receiving articles from stacks. 2,623,«20, 
Dec. 30. 
Calkins, Dwight L., assignor to Calkins Manufacturing 
Company, Spokane, Wash. Rotary subsoiler. 2,613,585, 
Oct. 14. 
Calkins, Dwight I^., assignor to Calkins MnniifMcturing 
Company, Spokane, Wash. Revolving spring tooth 
harrow, 2,614.375, Oct. 21. 
Calkins Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 
Calkins, Dwight L. 
Guyer, Morris W. 
Calkins, Neil H., Merchantville, N. J. Cam actuated dia- 
phragm sealed valve. 2,617,626, Nov. 11. 
Call, Howard L., Ogden, Utah. Amalgam carrier. 

2,603,871, July 22. 
Call, Wilson, Oildale, Calif. Chain binder. 2,621,020, 

Dec. 9. 
Callahan, Charles A., Philadelphia, Pa. Po'ver-driven 
cutting blade and sharpening apparatus therefor. 
2,621,454, Dec. 16. 
Callahan, Ezra L., Inglewood, Calif. Transit. 2,596,468, 

May 13. 
Callahan. John T., Jr. : See — 

Pitcher, James W., and Callahan. 
Callahan, Oscar L.. West Frankfort, 111. Safety valve. 

2.590,679, Mar. 25. 
Callahan, Robert L. : See — 

Mendro, Joseph N., Callahan, and Horner. 
Callan, Patrick J., Manhasset, N. Y. Constructing build- 
ings. 2,595,123, Apr. 29. 
Callander B"'oundry & Manufacturing Company Limited, 
The, assignee : See — 
Copp, William. 
Callaway, Alfred S.. Hartsdale, N. Y. Multiple machine 

tool. 2,619,135. Nov. 25. 
Callaway, Lester R. : See — 

Beck, Lester E., and Callaway. 
Callaway Mills Company, assignee : See — 
Newsom, Seth A. T. 
Parker, Samuel P. 
Callear, Thomas E. : See — 

Sun, Kuan-Han, and Callear. 
Callen, Harry, Chicago, assignor to Callen Manufacturing 
Corporation, Maywood, 111. Toy bomb. 2,616,219, 
Nov. 4. 
Callen Manufacturing Corporation, assignee : See — 

Callen, Harry. 
Calling, John : See — 

Borgerd, William F., and Calling. 
Calling, John, Evansville, Ind., assignor to International 
Harvester Company. Rotation indicator for hermet- 
ically sealed motor compressor units. 2,613,628, Oct. 
]4. 
Calloway IMills Company, assignee : See — 

Parker. Samuel P. 
Callsen, Albert, and A. GrOzinger, assignors to Robert 
Bosch G. M. b. H., Stuttgart, Germany. Switching 
mechanism. 2,604,566, July 22. 
Calmels. Louis, Paris, France, assignor to Shell Develop- 
ment Company, San Francisco, Calif. Automatic valve. 
2,611,389, Sept. 23. 
Cal-Metal Corporation, assignee : See — 

Babbitt, Charles A. 
Calmlc Inc., assignee : See — 

Ward, Harold. 
Calon, Georges : See — ■ 

Matarg, Herbert F., Calon, and Philippoteaux. 
Calonico, James T. : See — 

Carpenter, Arthur H., and Calonico. 
Calpat Corporation, The, assignee : See — 
Helm, Jacob G. 



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Caltex Sportswear Co. of California, Inc., assignee : See — 
Russell, Winifred M. 

Caltoii, Hubert G., Nashville, Tenn. Apparatus for porce- 
lain enameling sheet metal. :2, 580, 406, Jan. 1. 

Calumet and Hecla Consolidated Copper Company, 
assignee : See — 
Hill. Walter P. 

Calvert, Bert, Los Angeles, Calif. Dipper-stick crowding 
means for excavators. 2,586,000, Feb. 19. 

Calvert, Gresham, Aptos, Calif. Heater element 
2,596,837, May 13. 

Calvert, Harry B., Boring, Oreg. Volumetric hydraulic 
system for precisely controlling position. 2,613,703, 
Oct. 14. 

Calvert, Raymond : See — 

Fenness.v, Edward, Roberts, and Calvert. 

Calvert, Raymond, assignor to The Wayne Kerr Labora- 
tories Limited, New Slalden, England. High-frequency 
alternating current bridge. 2.589,535, Mar. 18. 

Calvi, Giovanni B., Genoa-S. Quirico, Italy. Traverse 
mechanism. 2,602,607, July 8. 

Calvin, Melvin, and J. W. Weigl, Berkeley, Calif., assignors 
to the United States of America as represented by the 
United States Atomic Energy Commission. Concen- 
trating isotopic carbon. 2,602,047, July 1. 

Camarena, Fernando : See — 

Legorreta, Luis G., Posada, and Camarena. 

Cambridge Industries Company, assignee : See — 
Pockel, Irving. 

Cambridge Instrument Company, Inc., assignee : See— 
Fleming, John G. 

Cambridge Manufacturing Corporation, assignee : See — 
Goderez, Carl. 

Cambridge Thermionic Corporation, assignee : See — 
Hurlbut, Cornelius S., Jr. 

Cambron. John R., and D. C. Rockola. assignors to Rock- 
Ola Manufacturing Corporation, Chicago, 111. Phono- 
graph. 2,611,619. Sept. 23. 

Came. Frederick C. assignee : See — 
Walden, Lester M., and Hernblad. 

Camerino. Ernest, New York, N. Y. Universal coupling. 
2,587,819. Mar. 4. 

Cameron, Beryl F., Cambridge, Ohio. Tool for releasing 
clock springs. 2,615,357, Oct. 28. 

Cameron, Dave, York, S. C. Hay storage and feeding 
barn. 2,613,640, Oct. 14. 

Cameron. Gordon, Battle Creek. Mich. Nonslip load hoist- 
ing .saddle sling assembly. 2,603,523, July 15. 

Cameron Iron Works, assignee : See — 
Allen, Herbert. 
Works. Madden T. 

Cameron Iron Works, Inc., assignee : See — 
Allen. Herbert. 

Cameron, Iverson I., and B. C. Spransy, Alexandria, Va. 
Journal box and hydraulic safety valve therefor. 
2,588.204. Mar. 4. 

Cameron, John A., Evanston, assignor to Cleanser Prod- 
ucts, Inc., Chicago, 111. Cleaning aid. 2,601,771, 
July 1. 

Cameron, John S., Compton, assignor of one-half to M. E. 
Feiler, Los Angeles, Calif. Antlfouling marine paint. 
2,583,545, Jan. 29. 

Cameron Machine Company, assignee : See — 
Carter, Thomas N. 
Carter, Thomas N., and Frascella. 

Cameron, Martha E., Seattle, Wash., assignor to Monsanto 
Chemical Company, St. Louis, Mo. Styrene-monoalkyl 
maleate-polyvinyl alcohol interpolymers emulsion adhe- 
sive and preparing same. 2,612,486, Sept. 30. 

Cameron, Robert R., Denver, Colo. Double-glazed metal 
sash. 2,591,780. Apr. 8. 

Cameron, Robert R., Denver, Colo. Securing metal mem- 
bers together. 2,618,726, Nov. 18. 

Cameron, Warren B. S., Hillsgrove, assignor to Kenney 
Manufacturing Company, Cranston, R. I. Curtain 
hanger-pleater. 2,588,203. Mar. 4. 

Camerota, Louis A., Burlington, assignor to Florence Pipe 
Foundry & Machine Company, Florence, N. J. Hydrau- 
lic press. 2,615,302, Oct 28. 

Camerota, Louis A., Burlington, assignor to Florence Pipe 
Foundry & Machine Company, Florence, N. J. Elevator 
2,617,498, Nov. 11. 

Camfield Manufacturing Company, assignee : See — 
Olson, Henry L., and Freeze. 
Olson, Henry L., Hale, and Miller. 
Starts, Albert. 

Camilli, Guglielmo, and W. F. M. Gray, Pittsfield, and 
L. Mulligan, West Stockbridge, Mass., assignors to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Paper pulp coating of coils. 
2,602,035, July 1. 

Camilli, Guglielmo, Pittsfield. and L. Mulligan, West 
Stockbridge, Mass., assignors to General Electric Com- 
pany. Crepe paper cable insulation. 2,607,823, Aug. 19. 

Camilli. Guglielmo. Pittsfield, and L. Mulligan, West 
Stockbridge, Mass., assignors to General Electric Com- 
pany. Two-way stretch paper in Insulated cables. 
2,607,824 Aug. 19. 

CamlUo, Edward, Philadelphia, Pa. Stocking. 2,586,204 
Feb. 19. 

Camilly. Roger L.. Cleveland, and O. F. Qu.irtullo South 
Euclid, assignors to The Euclid Road Machinerv Co., 
Euclid. Ohio. Vehicle axle clearing plow. 2,6]'8,874, 
Nov. 25. 



Camisa, George, and G. E. Uecker, Brooklyn, N. Y. ; said 

Hecker assignor to said Camisa. Ambulatory commode 

vehicle. 2,614,610 Oct 21. 
Cammann, Oswald, Weston, Mass. Random-motion spray 

device. 2,622,926, Dec. 23. 
Cammarato, James V., Washington, D. C. Protector for 

gas cylinder valves. 2,o93,533, Apr. 22. 
Camuasio, Carlo, G. A. Venturelli, and G. Colalupo, Milan, 

assi_guors to Otficine Moncenisio, gii An. Bauchiero, 

Turin, Italy. Circular knitting machine for stockings 

and the like. 2,595,922, May 6. 
Camnasio, Carlo, G. A. Venturelli, and G. Colalupo, Milan, 

assignors to Olticine Moncenisio, gia An. Bauchiero, 

Turin, Italy. Double cylinder circular knitting ma- 
' chine. 2,600,203, June 10. 
Camnasio, Carlo, G. A. Venturelli, and G. Colalupo, Milan, 

assignors to OflBcine Moncenisio, gia An. Bauchiero, 

Turin, Italy. Circular knitting machine. 2,606,432, 

Aug. 12. 
Camner, Hilding G. : See — 

Pyk, Herman T., and Camner. 
Camner, Hilding G., Storangen, assignor to Aktiebolaget 

Atlas Diesel, Sickla, Sweden. Fuel injection device. 

2.591.401, Apr. 1. 

Camner, Hilding G., Storangen, assignor to Aktiebolaget 
Atlas Diesel, Sickla, near Stockholm, Sweden. Fuel 
injection valve. 2.602,703. July 8. 

Camner, Hilding G., Storangen, assignor to Aktiebolaget 
Atlas Diesel, Sickla, near Stockholm, Sweden. Pressure 
reduction valve. 2,608,208. Aug. 26. 

Camp, Henry P., Conneaut Lake Park, Pa., assignor to 
Talon, Inc. Stop applying machine for slide fasteners. 
2,619,148, Nov. 25. 

Camp, Thomas P., Arlington Heights, assignor to United 
States Gypsum Company, Chicago, 111. Decorated wall- 
board and making the same. 2,581,076, Jan. 1. 

Campanelli, Anthony M., New York, N. Y. Quick de- 
tachable toilet hinge post fastener. 2,593,534, Apr. 22. 

Campbell, A. S., Co., Inc., assignee : See — 
Hill, Hillary L. 

Campbell, Arthur B., La Salle, 111., assignor to General 
Time Corporation, New York, N. Y. Timing movement. 

2.591.402, Apr. 1. 

Campbell Calvin C, assignor of one-half to L. E. Chandler, 
Colorado City, Tex. Minnow transport container. 
2.590.370, Mar. 25. 

Campbell, Charles A., assignor to Solventol Chemical Prod- 
ucts, Inc., Detroit, Mich. Cleaning composition. 
2,583,165, Jan. 22. 

Campbell. Charles R., Jr., Beverly, Mass., assignor to 
United Shoe Machinery Corporation Flemington, N. J. 
Through-feed staking machine. 2,596,125, May 13. 

Campbell, Clifford C, Lakeland, Fla., assignor to The 
Davison Chemical Corporation, Baltimore, Md. Rotary 
feeder. 2,617,545, Nov. 11. 

Campbell and Company, assignee : See — 
Putterbaugh, John D. 

Campbell, Dan H., Altadena, J. B. Koepfli, San Marino, 
and L. Pauling, Sierra Madre Villa, assignors to Cali- 
fornia Institute Research Foundation, Pasadena, Calif. 
Producing gelatin derivative. 2,591,133, Apr. 1. 

Campbell, David H., Los Angeles, Calif., assignor to North 
American Aviation, Inc. Frequency divider. 2,595,124. 
Apr. 29. 

Campbell, David T., Indianapolis, Ind. Nonsmoke-back 
solid fuel furnace. 2,600,614, June 17. 

Campbell, Donald A., and R. M. Buck, assignors, by mesne 
assignments, to Affiliated Gag Equipment, Inc., Cleve- 
land, Ohio. Combined inspirator and gas burner. 
2,592,007, Apr. 8. 

Campbell, Earl L., assignee : See — 
Cuckler, Gordon D. 

Campbell, Edward F., Jeffersonville, Ind. Stove pipe-tent 
pole combination with shield. 2,601,865, July 1. 

Campbell, Edward F., Jeffersonville, Ind. Drafting in- 
strument. 2,605,550, Aug. 5. 

Campbell, Edward F., Jeffersonville, Ind. Connector for 
tent ridge poles. 2,617,436, Nov. 11. 

Campbell, Edward O. : See — 

Duhamel, Howard G., Campbell, and Reed. 

Campbell, Frank H., Pasadena, Calif. Ski binding. 
2,610,801. Sept. 16. 

Campbell, Fred H., Milwaukee, Wis. Packing retainer 
and lint eliminator for railwav journal boxes. 2,606,797, 
Aug. 12. 

Campbell, Gerald J., Miami. Fla. Forming apparatus for 
edible food products. 2,599,894, June 10. 

Campbell, Harold A., Denville, M. A. Stahmann, Middle- 
ton, C. F. Huebner, Summit, N. J., and K. P. Link, as- 
signors to Wisconsin Alumni Research Foundation, 
Madison, Wis. Lowering blood prothrombin level and 
lengthening clotting time with methylene-bis-liydroxy 
coumarin. 2,601,204, June 17 

Campbell, Harris S., Bryn Athyn, assignor to Autogiro 
Company of America, Philadelphia, Pa. Rotative winged 
aircraft 2,580,514, Jan. 1. 

Campbell, Harris S., Bryn Athyn. Pa., assignor to The 
Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. 
Auxiliary rotor for helicopters. 2.581,923, Jan. 8. 

Camiibell, Harris S., Bryn Athyn, Pa., assignor to The 
Firestone Tire & Rubber Company, Akron, Ohio. Damp- 
ing device for rotative wing aircraft. 2,604,953. July 
29. 



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Campbell, Harry L., Oak Park, assignor to Claud S. Gor- 
don Company, Chicago, lU. Core hardness tester. 
2,620,654, Dec. 9. 

Campbell, Harry L., Oak Park, assignor to Claud S. Gor- 
don Company, Chicago, 111. Moisture tester. 2,622,438, 
Dec. 23. 

Campbell, Harry L., Wilmette, 111. Extension ladder and 
hoist therefor. 2,588,959, Mar. 11. 

Campbell-Hausfeld Company, The, assignee : See — 
Hartman, Clarence F. 

Campbell, Jackson L., Cleveland, Ohio. Coffee dispenser. 
2,588,960, Mar. 11. 

Campbell, James M., Greenfield, Mass. Insecticide sprayer. 
2,587,965, Mar. 4. 

Campbell, James R., Laguna Beach, Calif. Coffee brewer. 
2,604,031. July 22. 

Campbell, John, Florence, assignor to L. M. Seidel, Borden- 
town, N. J. Fencing structure. 2,622,848, Dec. 23. 

Campbell, John A. : See — 

Hill, Lawrence R., and Campbell. 

Campbell. John A., East Cleveland, Ohio, assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Sorting apparatus. 2,615,567, 
Oct. 28. 

Campbell, John F. : See — 

Rood, Alvin A., and Campbell. 

Campbell, John F., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. Flexible sleeve 
type vulcanizing apparatus for V belts and the like. 
2,583,085. Jan. 22. 

Campbell, John F., Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio. Collapsible 
V-belt mold. 2,586,300, Feb. 19. 

Campbell, John F., and T. M. Shirley, Meridian. Miss., 
assignors to The Patent and Licensing Corporation, 
New York, N. X. Pulp testing device. 2,602,325, 
July 8. 

Campbell, John G.. Corpus Christi, and H. L. Twining, 
San Antonio, Tex. ; said Campbell assignor to said 
Twining. Composition for sealing porous formations 
in oil and gas well. 2,599,745 June 10. 

Campbell, Joseph B., Syracuse, N. ¥. Partition construc- 
tion. 2,612,243, Sept. 30. 

Campbell, Julian A., Long Beach, Calif. Apparatus for 
liquid level control. 2,590,680. Mar. 25. 

Campbell, Julian A., Long Beach. Calif. Gas separator. 
2,590,681. Mar. 25. 

Campbell, Julian A., Long Beach, Calif. Liquid level con- 
trol system. 2,620,819, Dec. 9. 

Campbell, Lyman L. : See — 

Hodson, George F.. and Campbell. 

Campbell, Lyman L.. Chicago, 111., assignor to Wilson & 
Co., Inc. Weighing apparatus. 2,605,695, Aug. 5. 

Campbell. Paul J. : See — 

Raymond, Horace H., Bliss, Coe, and Campbell. 

Campbell. Paul J.. Berlin, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Raymond Engineering Laboratory, Inc., Mid- 
dletown. Conn. Apparatus for regulating yarn tension. 
2.610.813, Sept. 16. 

Campbell, Paul J., Middletown. assignor to United Air- 
craft Corporation. East Hartford, Conn. Ionized air 
stall detector. 2,603,695, July 15. 

Campbell, Richard H., assignor to Webster Electric Com- 
pany, Racine, Wis. Visual signal type annunciator. 
2,605,337, July 29. 

Campbell, Richard H., assignor to Webster Electric Com- 
pany, Racine, Wis. Intercommunicating apparatus. 
2.606.976, Aug. 12. 

Campbell, Richard H., Jr.. Westminster West, and G. H. 
Hadden, West Dummerston, assignors to Minshall- 
Estey Organ, Inc., Brattleboro, Vt. Keying device for 
electronic organs. 2,599,510, June 3. 

Campbell, Richard L., Melrose, Mass., assignor to Allen 
B. Du Mont Laboratories, Inc., Passaic, N. J. Phase 
discriminator. 2 593,842, Apr. 22. 

Campbell, Robert A., Glen Flora, Wis. Stone crushing 
device. 2,585,224. Feb. 12. 

Campbell, Rodnev B., assignor to M. R. Maben. trustee. 
Van Nuys, Calif. Selector valve. 2,621,050, Dec. 9. 

Campbell, Rollin E., and W. P. Thompson, Anderson, 
Ind. Tire spreader. 2,589,771, Mar. 18. 

Campbell, Samuel J., Green Bay, Wis. Wrapping machine. 
2,602,276. July 8. 

Campbell, Scott E., Los Angeles, Calif. Fluid control 
valve. 2,583,357, Jan. 22. 

Campbell, Shirley P., assignor to The Coleman Company, 
Inc., Wichita, Kans. Stack draft booster and control 
device for combustion apparatus. 2,584,326, Feb. 5. 

Campbell Soup Company, assignee : See — 
Johannes, Erich H. L. 

Cam.pbell, Thomas A., Chicago, 111., and M. Harris, Detroit, 
Mich., assignors to Stewart-Warner Corporation, Chi- 
cago, 111. Combined grease pump and reservoir. 
2,612,296, Sept. 30. 

Campbell, Tod W., Orinda, and G. M. Coppinger, El Cer- 
rito. Calif., assignors to the United States of America 
as represented by the Secretary of Agriculture. Syn- 
thesis of organic peroxides. 2.610,972. Sept. 16. 

Campbell, Von C, Scotia, N. Y., assignor to General 
Electric Company. Depositing an impervious metal 
film on a granular surface. 2,597,617, May 20. 

Campbell, Von C, Syracuse, N. Y.. assignor to General 
Electric Company. Electron gun and mounting there- 
for. 2,592,242, Apr. 8. 

Campbell, William H., assignee : Bee — 
Lytle, Orville C. 



Campbell, Willard S. : See — 

Parsons, Clinton H., Campbell, and West. 

Campbell, William J., Elmira Heights, N. Y., assignor to 
Bendix Aviation Corporation. Coaster brake for veloci- 
pedes. 2,613,763, Oct. 14. 

Campbell, William S.. Astoria, N. Y. Multiple valve for 
condenser tube blowers. 2,593,101. Apr. 15. 

Campione, Saverio J., North Andover, assignor to Allied 
Shoe Machinery Corp., Haverhill, Mass. Shoe sole 
press. 2,594,728, Apr. 29. 

Campling, Aubrey G., Concord, Nev;^ South Wales, Aus- 
tralia. Hoist tor motor vehicles. 2,622,746, Dec. 23. 

Campo, Jack, Chicago, 111. General utility lamp. 
2,618.451, Nov. 18. 

Campomar, Jos6, Montevideo, Uruguay. Attachment for 
drinking cups, glasses, and similar receptacles to pre- 
vent the spilling of liquids contained therein. 
2,600,479, June 17. 

Camras. Marvin : See — 

Heeren, Martin H., and Camras. 

Camras. Marvin, assignor to Armour Research Founda- 
tion of Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, 111. 
Compensating device for a magnetic recording-repro- 
ducing head. 2.584,984, Feb. 12. 

Camras, Marvin, assignor to Armour Research Founda- 
tion of Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, 111. 
Magnetic pickup head and mount therefor. 2,585,913, 
Feb. 19. 

Camras, Marvin, assignor to Armour Research Foundation 
of Illinois Institute of Technology. Chicago. 111. Ap- 
paratus for supplying mechanical recording bias to mag- 
netic recorders. 2.587,593, Mar. 4. 

Camras, Marvin, assignor to Armour Research Foundation 
of Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, 111. Reel. 
2,591,052, Apr. 1. 

Camras. Blarvin. assignor to Armour Research Foundation 
of Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, 111. Mag- 
netic recorder with pressure shoe for record members. 
2,603.721, July 15. 

Camras, Marvin, assignor to Armour Research Foundation 
of Illinois, Institute of Technology, Chicago. 111. Tape 
and disk recording and reproducing device. 2,011,618, 
Sept. 23. 

Camras, Marvin, assignor to Armour Research Foundation 
of Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, 111. Mak- 
ing magnetic recording heads. 2,612,681. Oct. 7. 

Camras, Marvin, assignor to Armour Research Founda- 
tion of Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, 111. 
Spool and drive therefor. 2,614,761, Oct. 21. 

Camras, Marvin, assignor to Armour Research Founda- 
tion of Illinois Institute of Technology. Chicago, 111. 
Device for increasing the effectiveness of the transduc- 
ing field of a magnetic head. 2,615,097. Oct. 21. 

Camras, Marvin, assignor to Armour Research Foundation 
of Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, 111. Resil- 
ient mount for magnetic heads. 2,618,710, Nov. 18. 

Canada, Alfred H., Schenectady, N. Y., assignor to Gen- 
eral Electric Company. Spectrophotometer. 2,605,671, 
Aug. 5. 

Canada Cycle and Motor Company Limited, assignee : 
See — 

Jennett, Lome B. 

Canada, Her Ma.iesty the Queen in the right of, as repre- 
sented by the Minister of Mines and Technical Surveys, 
assignee : See — 
Meier. Jerzy W. 

Canada Illinois Tools Limited, assignee : See — • 
Rintoul, Peter. 

Canada Packers Limited, assignee : See — 
Ilincks, William J. 

Canada Paper Company, assignee : See — 
Tomlinson, George H., and Swartz. 

Canada Wire and Cable Company Limited, assignee : 
See- 
Smith, Esmond W. 
Canaday, Walter A., Bridgeport. Nebr. Burial apparatus. 

2,583,628, Jan. 29. 
Canadian Celanese Limited, assignee: See — - 

Hilliard, Thomas H. 
Canadian Controllers, Limited, assignee : See — 

Grepe, Frederick Y. 
Canadian Copper Refiners Limited, assignee : See — 

Schloen, John H., and Franchetto. 
Canadian Industries Limited, assignee : See — 

Bilton, John A., and Segall. 

Griffin, Grant C, and Ivany. 

Kerr. Hugh M., Richardson, and Logan. 

Segall, Gordon H., and Dixon. 
Canadian International Paper Company, assignee : See — 

Rapson, William H. 

Wayman, Morris, and Rapson. 
Canadian Locomotive Company Limited, assignee : See — 

Casey, William. 

Canadian Patents and Development Limited, assignee : 
See — 

Harrison, John S. M., and Roach. 

Vandenheuvel. Frantz A. 
Canadian Refractories Limited, assignee : See — 

Lathe, Frank E. 
Canadian Safety Fuse Company Limited, assignee : See — 

Chalmers, John B., and McCaffrey. 
Canady, Don, Cincinnati, Ohio. Antenna. 2,602,138, 
July 1. 



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Canal National Bank of Portland, The, trustee, assignee : 
See — 

Randall, Walter H. 
Shepard, Brneat L. 

Canale, Alfred J., Moorestown, and J. K. Kincaid. Mount 
Holly, N. J., assignors to Rohm & Haas Company, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Preparation of cyclooctatetraene. 
2,613,231, Oct. 7. 

Canariis, Svend A., Jacksonville, Fla. Method of and 
apparatus for the aeration of liquids. 2,591,134, Apr. 1. 

Cancell, Theodora S., Larchmont, N. Y. Shampoo device. 
2,600,392. June 17. 

Candee, Ellsworth T., Watertown, Conn., assignor to The 
Lea Manufacturing Company. Packaging buffing com- 
pound and like materials. 2,617,521, Nov. 11. 

Candelise, Alfred, Flint, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Spark plug. 2,589,338, 
Mar. 18. 

Candell, Earl B., assignor to General Electric Company, 
Cleveland Heights, Ohio. Shipping and display package. 
2,623,682, Dec. 30. 

Candella, Joseph S. : See — 

St. Maurice, Armand, and Candella. 

Candlin, James E., Jr., assignor to Pullman-Standard 
Car Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Railvcay 
car. 2,582,002, Jan. 8. 

Candlin, James E., Jr., assignor to Pullman-Standard 
Car Manufacturing Company, Chicago, 111. Pivoted 
lavatory apparatus for railway cars. 2,582,003, Jan. 8. 

Candor, Robert R., Oakwood, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. Electric appliance control. 
2,606,991, Aug. 12. 

Candor, Robert R., Oakwood, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. Domestic appliance. 
2,608,252, Aug. 26. 

Candor, Robert R., Oakwood, assignor to General Motors 
Corporation, Dayton, Ohio. Clothes-washing machine. 
2,611.256. Sept. 23. 

Cane, Howard, and D. M. Knowles, New York, N. Y. 
Mounting for watches. 2,603,942, July 22. 

Canfield, Earl L., Essex, Conn. Desk lighting unit and 
work surface. 2,614,204, Oct. 14. 

Canfield, Edgar E. : See — 

Canfield, Richard D. and E. E. 

Canfield. Jesse J. : See — 

Olt, Theodore F., and Canfield. 

Canfield, Richard D. and E. E., Albertville Ala. Electrical 
pest destroyer. 2,592,654, Apr. 15. 

Canfield, Robert H., Washington, D. C. Wakeless torpedo 
2,589,225, Mar. 18. 

Canham, George B. : See — 

Pfleger, Fred W., and Canham. 

Canham, George E., West Orange, assignor to Margon Cor- 
poration, Bayonne, N. J. Doll eye support. 2,618,897, 
Nov. 25. 

Cannard. William H. : See — 

Stevenson, Allan B., and Cannard. 

Cannata, Pliilip J. : See — 

Ciroli, Anthony J., and Cannata. 

Canno, I^eonard B., New York, assignor to Equitable 
Paper Bag Co., Inc., Long Island City, N. Y. Making 
carry bags. 2,586,514, Feb. 19. 

Cannon. Edward S., Sliaker Heights. Ohio. Silent or 
seminoiseless vibrator. 2,590,155. Mar. 25. 

Cannon, Ernest E., assignor to Valley Products Corpora- 
tion, Lyford, Tex. Crate disassembling and salvaging 
machine. 2,593,843. Apr. 22. 

Cannon, H. P.. & Son, Incorporated, assignee : See — 
Harris. Richard W. 

Cannon, James R., assignor to Automatic Telephone & 
Electric Company Limited, Liverpool England. Elec- 
trical measuring apparatus. 2.616,948, Nov. 4. 

Cannon, Joseph G.. Appleton, Wis. Automatic cycling 
valve. 2,620,825. Dec. 9. 

Cannon, Madison M., Jr.. West Hartford, Conn., assignor 
to Emhart Manufacturing Companv. Forehearth cooled 
refractory channel joint. 2,582,477, Jan. 15. 

Cannon, Jraai.=!on M.. Jr., West Hartford, Conn., assignor 
to Emhart Manufacturing Company. Forehearth con- 
struction. 2,583.629, Jan. 29. 

Cannon, Madison M., Jr., West Hartford, Conn., as- 
signor to Emliart Manufacturing Company. Method 
and apparatus for handling glass batch. 2,593,535, 
Apr. 22. 

Cannon. Madison M., Jr.. West Hartford, Conn., assignor 
to Emhart Manufacturing Company. Ascertaining com- 
bustion clmracteristics of premixtures. 2,603,085 
July 15. 
Cannon, Melvln C. : See — 

Lester, R.aymond H., Cannon, and Alexander. 
Cannon, Micliael R., assignor to Scientific Development 
Co., State College, Pa. Packing material. 2,602,651, 
July 8. 
Cannon Mills. Company, assignee: See — 

Ridenhour. Joseph C. 
Cannon, Reginald : See — 

Ware, Richard N., Jr., and Cannon. 
Cano. Antonio, assignee : See — 

Buck, Eugene W. 
Canon Camera Company, Ltd., assignee : See — 

Suzukawa, Hiroshi. 
Canon, Gus, Rencona, N. Mex. Pump for wells. 2,605,717, 
Aug. 5. 



Canter, Joe W., WUmar, Ark. Handle for bucksaws. 
2,615,485, Oct. 28. 

Cantley, Joseph C, Beverly Mass., assignor to United Shoe 
Machinery Corporation, Flemington, N. J. Pressure ap- 
plying mechanism. 2,618,931, Nov. 25. 

Cantral, John I. : See — 

Silver, Walter H., and Cantral. 

Cantrell, Lonnie O., Whittier, Calif. Paper roll holder. 
2,613,041. Oct. 7. 

Cantrell, Orel L., Topeka, Kans. Trailer for boats and the 
lilce. 2,610,865, Sept. 16. 

Cantrell, Troy L. : See — 

Smith, Herschel G., and Cantrell. 
Smith, Herschel G., Cantrell, and Hill. 
Smith, Herschel G., Cantrell, and Peters. 

Cantrell, Zell C, Yuba City, Calif. Fuel vaporizing device. 
2,623,978, Dec. 30. 

Canup, Harley L., Kershaw, S. C. Compensating bearing 
for cloth rolls of looms. 2,601,876, July 1. 

Canziani Victor J., and D. C. Silverman, Brooklyn, and 
R. P. Wiener, Bronx, N. Y., assignors to Fairchild Cam- 
era and Instrument Corporation. Interchangeable ad- 
justable resistance unit. 2,592,392, Apr. 8. 

Caparone, Michael J., Arcadia, Calif., assignor to Bobert- 
shaw-Fulton Controls Company, Youngwood, Pa. Igni- 
tion and control system for fuel burners. 2,607,406, 
Aug. 19. 

Caparone, Alichael J., Arcadia, Calif., assignor to Robert- 
shaw-Fulton Controls Company, Greensburg, Pa. Ther- 
mostatic control device. 2,614,754, Oct. 21. 

Capecelatro, Achille : See — ■ 

Hubbard, Charles L.. and Capecelatro. 

Capell, Sidney E., assignor to The General Industries Com- 
pany, Elyria, Ohio. Plural-speed friction drive mecha- 
nism. 2,612,053, Sept. 30. 

Capellaro, Natale, Ivrea, Italy, assignor to Ing. C. Olivetti 
& C. Societa per Azioni. Multiplier printing mechanism. 
2,603,414, July 15. 

Capers, Claude V., Atlanta, Ga. Collocating printing 
member. 2,609,613, Sept. 9. 

Capiak, Ignatius J., Chicago, 111. Motor propelled snow 
sled. 2,582,858, Jan. 15. 

Capita, Emil R., North Bergen, N. J. Electrical con- 
nector. 2,593,981, Apr. 22. 

Capital Industries, Inc., assignee : See — 
Brock, Harold A. 

Caplan, Barney, Camden, N. J. Extensible hem garment 
construction. Re. 23,491. May 20. 

Caplan, Solomon : See — 

Rosamilia, Peter L., and Caplan. 

Caple, Kenneth M. : See — 

Dell, Hugh A., Caple, and Beaven. 

Caponera, George H., Harrison, N. Y. Food catching 
apron for chairs. 2,585,434, Feb. 12. 

Capp, Frank M., and R. E. Adamson, Michigan City, Ind., 
assignors to Joy Manufacturing Company, Pittsburgh, 
Pa. Kelly drive for rotary drills. 2,586,784, Feb. 26. 

Cappelen, Albert L. : See — 

Preston, William E., Cappelen, and Miller. 

Cappelle. Norman : See — 

English, Robert R., and Cappelle. 

Capps, Ronald : See — 

Paul, Philip F., and Capps. 

Capra, Amneris and O., Jamaica, N. Y. Draining basket. 
2.588,614, Mar. 11. 

Capra, Ottavio : See — 

Capra, Amneris and O. 

Capra, Paul H., Philadelphia, Pa. Luggage. 2,598,888, 
June 3. 

Caprez, Hans, and E. Kruse. assignors to Landis 4 Gyr, 
A. G., Zug, Switzerland. Object of pressed or sprayed 
material fitted with a sign. 2,584,841, Feb. 5. 

Capriotti, Pasquale, Smithfield, Pa. Can opener. 
2,621,403, Dec. 16. 

Capstaek, Eugene J., and E. H. C. Brown, Louisville, as- 
signors to Joseph E. Seagram & Sons, Inc., Shively. Ky. 
Sorting apparatus. 2,584,327, Feb. 5. 

Capstaflf, John G., assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Motion-picture sensitometry. 
2,582,004, Jan. 8. 

CapstafE, John G.. assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Printing onto lenticular film. 
2,588 615. Mar. 11. 

Capstalt, John G.. assignor to Eastman Kodak Company, 
Rochester, N. Y. Apparatus for transferring an emul- 
sion layer from a perforated film strip. 2,611,686, 
Sept. 23. 

Caputo, James V., Youngstown, Ohio and T. J. Crawford, 
Berkley, Mich., said Crawford assignor to said Caputo. 
Electrical apparatus. 2.600.844. June 17 

Caracristi, Virginius Z., Bronxvllle, N. Y., and H. C. Mit- 
tendorf. East Orange, N. J., assignors to Combustion 
Engineering-Superheater, Inc., New York, N. Y. Con- 
trol and indicating means for burner igniter torches. 
2,622,669, Dec. 23. 

Caradine, James T.. St. Louis, Mo. Visual record tallying 
device. 2.612.707, Oct. 7. 

Caraganis, Evan L., Dracut, Mass. Machine for use in 
harvesting. 2,622,385, Dec. 23. 

Carandell Marim6n, J'i:^n, assignor to P. B. Faidella, Bar- 
celona, Spain. Maii^ Tt-uring and repairing roofs of 
railway wagons and similar vehicles. 2,614,509, Oct. 
21. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Carando Machine Works, assignee : See — 
Bellato, Frank A. 

Carbary, Richard J., Erie. Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Drip tray assembly. 2,584,670, Feb. 5. 

Carbary, Richard J., Erie, Pa., assignor to General Elec- 
tric Company. Frost indicator for refrigerators. 
2,619,067, Nov. 25. 

Carberry. Mai. Fresno, Calif. Material disseminating 
apparatus for airplanes. 2,582,678, Jan. 15. 

Carbiener, Harvey D., assignor to Excel Corporation, 
Elkhart. Ind. Friction device for holding wind wings 
open. 2,582,584, Jan. 15. 

Carbodies Limited, assignee : See — 
Orr. John II. 

Carbonavo, Marius C, Paris, France. Feeding of internal- 
combustion engines. 2.589,536, Mar. 18. 

Carbonaro, Marius C, Paris, France. Regulating device 
for gas radiators. 2,620,132, Dec. 2. 

Carboue, James H., Baldwin. X. Y. Fluid flow orifice 
structure. 2,614,423, Oct. 21. 

Carbonic Development Corporation, assignee : See — 
Hasche, Rudolph L. 

Carbonic Dispenser, Inc., assignee : See — 
Welty, Frank and R. D. 

Carbonnaux, Louis, assignee : See — 
Picard, Lucien. 

Carborundum Company, Tlie, assignee : See — 
Robie. Norman P. 

Carbrey, Robert L., Madison, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New iork, N. Y. 
Triangular wave generator. 2,602.151, July 1. 

Carbrey, Robert L., Summit, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Coder for pulse code modulation. 2.602,158, July 1. 

Carbrey, Robert L., Summit, N. J., assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Pulse code modulation communication system. 
2,610,295, Sept. 9. 

Card. Charles S., assignor to The Brewer-Titchener Corpo- 
ration, Cortland. N. Y. Making socket for electrical 
hardware and fittings. 2,590,229. Mar. 25. 

Card, James V.. La Grange, Tex. Mattress carrier sunner. 
2,587.108, Feb. 26. 

Card, Kenneth F., Canova Park, assignor of one-third to 
J. L. Austin, Los Angeles, and one-tliird to G. F. Smyth, 
Inglewood, Calif. Game device simulating a western 
rodeo. 2,610,854. Sept. 16. 

Cardan. Richard R., Salt Lake City, Utah. Dispensing 
cabinet for rolled sheet materials, 2,594,391, Apr. 29. 

Cardella, Salvatore, Maspeth, and H. G. Eriksson, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. Internally fired sheet metal gas 
burner. 2,597,062, May 20. 

Carder, James W., Salem, W. Va. Device for indicating 
the true shape of workpieces. 2.583,253. Jan. 22. 

Cardiff, Ira D., Yakima, Wash. Picking and pruning at- 
tachment to be mounted on trucks. 2,601,092, June 17. 

Cardinal Chemical Corporation, assignee : See — 
Laibow, Jules. 

Cardinale, Salvatore, Freeport, N. Y. Pole supported fruit 
gatherer. 2,581,236, Jan. 1. 

Carding Specialists (Canada) Limited, assignee : See — 
Varga, Andrfi. 

Cardox Corporation, assignee : See — 
Mitcheltree, Walter F. 

Cardwell, Harland W.. G. G. Brown, and E. V. Hobbs, 
assignors to Cardwell Manufacturing Company Inc., 
Wichita, Kans. Spudder attachment. 2,584,328, Feb. 5. 

Cardwell, Harland W., and G. G. Brown, assignors to Card- 
well Manufacturing Company, Inc.. ^Vichita, Kans. 
Portable drilling rig. 2,617,500, Nov. 11. 

Cardwell, Harland W., and E. R. Johnson, assignors to 
Cardwell Manufacturing Company, Inc., Wichita, Kans. 
Clutch or brake with flexible backing disks. 2,619,212, 
Nov. 25. 

Cardwell, Harland W., and E. R. Johnson, assignors to 
Cardwell Manufacturing Company, Inc., Wichita, Kans. 
Flexible plate clutch or brake. 2,621,768, Dec. 16. 

Cardwell, Harland W., and E. R. Johnson, assignors to 
Cardwell Manufacturing Company, Inc., Wichita, Kans. 
Flexible plate clutch or brake. 2,621,769, Dec. 16. 

Cardwell, Harland W., and E. R. Johnson assignors to 
Cardwell Manufacturing Company, Inc.. Wichita, Kans. 
Multiple clutch device. 2,622,714, Dec. 23. 

Cardwell Machine Company, Inc., The, assignee : See — 
Boehling. Daniel E. 
Cardwell, Harland W., and Johnson. 

Cardwell Manufacturing Company, Inc., assignee : See — 
Cardwell, Harland W., and Brown. 
Cardwell. Harland W.. Brown, and Hobbs. 
Cardwell, Harland W., and Johnson. 

Cardwell, Paul H., A. W. Coultre, Jr., and H. H. Jones, 
Tulsa. Okla.. assignors to The Dow Chemical Company, 
Midland, Mich. Deep well treatment. 2,590,814, Mar. 
25. 

Cardwell, Paul H., L. H. Eilers, and B. P. Robinson, Tulsa, 
Okla., assignors to The Dow Chemical Company, Mid- 
land. Mich. Composition for removing scale deposits 
from ferrous metal surfaces. 2,606,873. Aug. 12. 

Cardwell, Paul H., Tulsa, Okla., ,".;d C. M. Loucks, Cleve- 
land, Ohio, assignors to Th ;.>)w Chemical Company, 
Midland, Mich. Cleaning bricK checkerwork. 2,621,136, 
Dec. 9. 



Cardwell, Paul H., and B. P. Robinson, Tulsa, Okla, as- 
signors to The Dow Chemical Company, Midland, Mich. 
Removing calcium sulfate scale. 2,606,157, Aug. 5. 

Cardwell, William T. Jr. : See — 

Rohrback, Gilson H., Stoner, Macaulay and Cardwell. 

Cardwood Products Corp., assignee : See — 
Kirshbaum, Harry T. 

Care, Samuel J., Forty Fort, and A, Shara, Kingston, Pa. 
Mop holder having a hollow handle and a retractable 
jaw. 2,594,392, Apr. 29. 

Caretta, Ettore : See — 

Matera, Emanuele, and Caretta. 

Carew, Herman, assignor to Dixie Cup Company. Easton, 
Pa. Holder for paper cups. 2,610,491, Sept. 16. 

Carew. Herman. Easton, Pa., assignor to Dixie Cup Com- 
pany, Chicago. 111. Holder for paper cups. 2,610,492, 
Sept. 16. 

Carey, Clinton C, assignor to Kenosha Auto Transport 
Corp., Springfield, Ohio. Truck chassis support. 
2.582.767, Jan. 15. 

Carey, Frederick H., assignor to Dowty Equipment Lim- 
ited. Cheltenham, England. Universal pipe connection 
for spill burners. 2,595,566. May 6. 

Carey. Frederick H., assignor to Dowty Equipment 
Limited, Cheltenham, England. High-pressure pump. 
2,599,609, June 10. 

Carey, Frederick H., assignor to Dowty Equipment Lim- 
ited, Cheltenham, England. Fuel supply system for spill 
type burners. 2,608,247, Aug. 26. 

Carey, Frederick H., assignor to Dowty Equipment Lim- 
ited, Cheltenham, England. Fuel supply control for gas 
turbines. 2,609,868, Sept. 9. 

Carey, Leroy J., assignor to The Marquette Metal Prod- 
ucts Company, Cleveland, Ohio. Windshield wiper 
mechanism. 2,598.971, June 3. 

Carey, Leroy J., assignor to The Marquette Metal Products 
Company. Cleveland, Ohio. Fluid operated windshield 
wiper motor. 2,621,634, Dec. 16. 

Carey-McFall Company, assignee : See — 
Di lenno, John .1. 
Stuber, Walter J., and Di lenno. 

Carey, Philip, Manufacturing Company, The, assignee : 
See— 

Fasold, George A., and Greider. 
Greidor, Harold W., and Fasold. 

Carey, Richard A., and M. N. Dooley, Moutclair, N. J. 
Reversing rheostat. 2,617,911, Nov. 11. 

Carey. Robert M., assignee : See — 
Miller, Hubert E. 

Carey, Troy L., and I. Lubersky, Seattle. Wash., assign- 
ors to Fibreboard Products Inc., San Francisco. Calif. 
Shipping case. 2.606,709. Aug. 12. 

Carfano, Louis, and C. D'Amico, Bayonne, N. J. Defrost- 
ing device. 2,621,648, Dec. 16. 

Cargill. Don A., Birmingham, assignor to General Motors 
Corpoiation. Detroit. Mich. Automatic milling cutter 
grinder. 2,610,449, .Sept. 16. 

Cargill, Sylvester H., assignee : See — 
Close. Winston A. 
Heyroth, Albert H. 
Nicholson, Kenneth C. 
Proudfoot, Charles B. 
Swentzel, John P. 
Thomas, James A.. ,Tr. 
Tone, Frank J., and Martin. 
Wallace, Water L.. and Robie. 

Wooddell, Charles E., Van Nimwegen, and Hager. 
Cargill. William W., Jr., Madison, Wis. Method and ap- 
paratus for transmitting intelligence by radio waves. 
2,588,380. Mar. 11. 
Carhart, Arthur H., Denver, Colo. Deer call. 2,584,549, 

Feb. 5. 
Carhart. Homer W., Washington, D. C, and P. C. 
Teague, Forest Hills, Md. Separating diaryl-2-lmino hy- 
dantoins from the corresponding 2,5-di-imino glycolurils. 
2,596,126, May 13. 
Carissimi, Louis C, Fairfield, Conn., assignor to Remlng- 
New York, N. Y. Shaver head. 



assignor to Reming- 
Shaver head mount- 



ton Rand Inc., 

2,591,403, Apr. 1. 
Carissimi, Louis C, Fairfield, Conn., 

ton Rand Inc., New York, N. Y. 

ing. 2,601,720. July 1. 
Carl Art, Inc., assignee : See — 
Volk, Paul F. 

Carle, Paul : See — 

Hardy, Gordon W.. Ray. and Carle. 

Carleton, James T., Pittsburgh, assignor to Westinghouse 
Electric Corporation. East Pittsburgh, Pa. Compen- 
sated potential device circuits. 2,600,204, June 10. 

Carlfors Aktiebolag, assignee : See — 
Winquist, Karl G. 

Carlin, Arvid F., New Rochelle, N. Y. Paper holder, es- 
pecially adapted for toilet papers. 2,583,411, Jan. 22. 

Carlin, Deldon E., and C. K. Holt, Bakersfield, Calif. Sup- 
plemental equipment for pumping wells. 2,604,850, 
July 29. 

Carlin. Herbert J.. East Orange, N. J., assignor to Poly- 
technic Institute of Brooklyn. Brooklyn. N. Y. Power 
measuring bridge. 2,611, 79o, Sept. 23. 

Carlini, Louis M., Rochelle Park, N. J. Wind instrument 
mute holder. 2,607,497, Aug. 19. 



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Carlisle, Charles H., Houston, Tex., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Standard Oil Development Company, 
Elizabeth, N. J. Apparatus for drilling under water. 
2,614,804, Oct. 21. 

Carlisle, Charles H., Houston Tex., assignor, by mesne 
assignments, to Standard Oil Development Company, 
Elizabeth, N. J. Seismic exploration method. 2,019,186, 
Nov. 25. 

Carlisle, Luther O : See^ — 

Sherman, Robert A., and Carlisle. 

Carlisle, Samuel S. : See — 

Watson, James D., and Carlisle. 

Carlisle, Samuel S., and B. O. Smith, assignors to The 
British Iron and Steel Research Association, London, 
England. Sensitive manometer. 2,620,665, Dec. 9. 

Carlisle, Tommy L., assignee : See — 
Stewart, William L. 

Carlisle, Willis C. and J. H. McCarvell, assignors to Macco 
Oil Tool Company, Houston, Tex. Resilient damping 
of pres.sure bellows. 2,610,644. Sept. 16. 

Carls, William, assignee : See — 
McLeod, Roy D. 

Carlsen, Helmuth W., Limhamn, Sweden. Automatic 
weigher for cement. 2,607,556, Aug. 19. 

Carlsen, Leonard O. : See — 

Wildhaber, Ernest, and Carlsen. 

Carlsen, Leonard O.. assignor to Gleason Works, Roches- 
ter, N. y. Cutting gears, face clutches, and the like. 
2,604,822, July 29. 

Carlsen, Leonard O., Rochester, and N. W. Fowler, 
Brighton, assignors to Gleason Works, Rochester, N. Y. 
Machine for producing gears. 2,589,475, Mar. 18. 

Carlsen, Otto, Monrovia, Calif. Interlock for electrical 
connectors. 2,590,505. Blar. 25. 

Carlson. Arthur E.. Hingham, Mass. Reinforced paper 
article. 2,610.930, Sept. 10. 

Carlson, August, Kansas City, Mo. Refrigerated bottle 
vending apparatus. 2,581,170, Jan. 1. 

Carlson, Axel S., New York, N. Y. Ground vasp. 2,610,443, 
Sept. 16. 

Carlson, Axel S., New York, N. Y. Boundary marker. 
2,010,502, Sept. 16. 

Carlson, Bert G., Gates Mills, and J. Borcz, assignors to 
The Henkel-Clauss Company. Fremont, Ohio. Method 
of and apparatus for making pinking shears. 2,589,050, 
Mar. 11. 

Carlson, Carl A., assignee : See — 
Abramson. Paul T. 

Carlson, Carl L., Moline, III. Article carrying case and 
washer. 2,622,607, Dec. 23. 

Carlson. Carl S. : See — 

Morrell, Charles E., Biribauer. and Carlson. 
Morrell, Charles E., Carlson, and Robertson. 
Morrell, Charles E.. Carlson, and Smith. 
Morrell. Charles E., Robertson, and Carlson. 
Morrell. Charles E.. Stewart, and Carlson. 

Carlson, Carl S., Elizabeth, N. J., assignor to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Extractive distillation of 
close-boiling alcohols. 2,620,294, Dec. 2. 

Carlson, Carl S., and W. B. Catterall, Rosalie, and J. H. 
Staib, Scotch Plains, N. J., assignors to Standard Oil 
Development Company. Treatment of oso alcohols by 
caustic and air. 2,595,703, May 6. 

Carlson, Carl S.. and R. S. Merrington, Elizabeth, and 
P. A. Biribauer, Cranford, N. J., assignors to Standard 
Oil Development Company. Polymerization of propyl- 
ene with liquid catalyst complex. 2,588,358, Mar. 11. 

Carlson, Carl S., Elizabeth, and P. V. Smith. Jr.. West- 
field, N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development 
Company. Extractive distillation of alcohols with phe- 
nol solvent. 2,583,412, Jan. 22. 

Carlson, Carl S., Elizabeth, and P. V. Smith, Jr., West- 
field, N. J., assignors to Standard Oil Development Com- 
pany. Separation of mixtures containing alcohols, 
aldehydes, and ketones. 2,614,072, Oct. 14. 

Carlson, Carl T., Iron Mountain, Mich. Collapsible steel 
chair. 2,606,597, Aug. 12. 

Carlson, Carl V., Wheaton, assignor, by mesne assignments, 
to Farmetl Equipment Company, Chicago, III. Tractor 
supported spraying rig. 2,618,509, Nov. 18. 

Carlson, Charles, Vancouver, Wash. Router for lemov- 

ing defects from plywood. 2,010.460. Nov. 4. 
Carlson, Chester P., Fairport, N. Y. Electrophotographic 

apparatus. 2,588,699. Mar. 11. 
Carlson, Chester P., Woodside, N. Y. Electrophotographic 

recording. 2,583,546, Jan. 29. 
Carlson, Chester F., Woodside, N. Y. Electrophotographic 

plate. 2,599,542, June 10. 

Carlson, Clinton V., assignor to Cosom Industries, Inc., 

Minneapolis, Minn. Making hollow bodies from fusible 

plastic materials. 2,597,704, May 20. 
Carlson, David J., Vienna, and H. T. Decot, Arlington, 

Va. Battery heating s.vsteni. 2.615,933. Oct. 28. 
Carlson, Donald L., Denver, Colo. Two-way plow. 

2,582,478, Jan. 15. 
Carlson, Earl J., Akron, Ohio, assignor to The B. F. 

Goodrich Company, New York, N. Y. Copolymers of 

maleic anhydride with allyl esters of alkylidene-bis- 

aromatic carbonates. 2,587,442, Feb. 26. 
Carlson, Emil, assignor to H. Y. Bassett, O. D. Marcks, 

and V. D. Hanna, Detroit, Mich. Extensible antenna 

construction. 2,580,889, Jan. 1. 



Carlson, Emil, assignor, by mesne assignments, to H. Y. 
Bassett, O. D. Marcks, and V. D. Hanna, Detroit, Mich. 
Driving mechanism for extensible antennas and the 
like. 2 581,171, Jan. 1. 

Carlson, Enoch W., Jamestown, N. Y. Checking mecha- 
nism for doors. 2,611,919, Sept. 30. 

Carlson, Eric, assignor to Aktiebolaget Atlas Diesel, 
Sickla, near Stockholm, Sweden. Internal-combustion 
engine driven compressor unit. 2,610,785, Sept. 16. 

Carlson, Ernest J. : See — 

Stearns, Benedict P., and Carlson. 

Carlson, Floyd E., Rockford, 111., assignor to Sundstrand 
Machine Tool Co. Pump. 2,621,606, Dec. 16. 

Carlson, Frederick O., assignor to Carlson & Sullivan, 
Inc., Monrovia, Calif. Concavo-convex steel rule con- 
struction. 2,610,635, Nov. 4. 

Carlson, George A., Portland, Oreg. Rotary pump. 
2,600,502, Aug. 12. 

Carlson, George C, assignee : See — 
Lien, Harold G., and Bishman. 

Carlson. Gustaf H., assignor to R. P. Scherer Corpora- 
tion, Detroit, Mich. Hydrolyzing lactalbumln. 
2,585,225, Feb. 12. 

Carlson, Gustav R., assignor to The New Britain Machine 
Company, New Britain, Conn. Machine tool. 2,618,043, 
Nov. 18. 

Carlson, Gustav W., Cleveland Heights, assignor to Eaton 
Manufacturing Companv. Cleveland, Ohio. Multiple 
axle drive. 2,603,108, July 15. 

Carlson, Harold, Hartsdale, assignor to Times Facsimilie 
Corporation, New York, N. Y. Color picture trans- 
mission and reproduction. 2,598,504, May 27. 

Carlson, Harold A., University City, assignor to Carter 
Carburetor Corporation, St. Louis, Mo. Bolt lock. 
2,599,691, June 10. 

Carlson, Harold A., University City, and D. B. Alford, as- 
signors to Carter Carburetor Corporation, St. Louis, 
Mo. Choke control. 2,588,961, Mar. 11. 

Carlson, Henry E., New Britain, Conn. Combined tooth- 
brush and casing. 2,608.293. Aug. 26. 

Carlson, Henry L., Kings Park, N. Y. Cement concrete 
portable tank structure. 2,595,923, May 6. 

Carlson, Irving H. : See — 

Hjulian, Julius A., and Carlson. 

Carlson, Johan A., assignor to Ray Brothers Co., Ash- 
land, Mass. Machine for severing tags. 2,587,080, 
Feb. 20. 

Carlson, John I., Aurora, 111., assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Carlson Tool & Machine Company. Stock box 
for brushmaking machines. 2,621,079, Dec. 9. 

Carlson, Leonard H., Braintree, Mass., assignor to West- 
inghouse Electric Corporation, East Pittsburgh, Pa. 
Electrostatic precipitator. 2,591,404, Apr. 1. 

Carlson, Loyd E. : See — 

Havenhill. Robert S., and Carlson. 

Carlson, Lyman O. T., Stockholm, Sweden. Apparatus for 
measuring the torsional shear strength of soil. 
2,603,967, July 22. 

Carlson Martin, Brookfield, assignor to G. W. Houlsby, 
Jr., Chicago, 111. Door check mechanism. 2,585,625, 
Feb. 12. 

Carlson, Martin, Brookfield, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to Q. W. Houlsby, Jr., Chicago, 111. Adjustable 
door support. 2,595.187, Apr. 29. 

Carlson, Martin, Brookfield, assignor, by mesne assign- 
ments, to G. W. Houlsby, Jr., Chicago, III. Door check 
mechanism. 2,603,818, July 22. 

Carlson, Ora E., assignee : See — 
Kogl, Frank. 

Carlson, Orlyn M., Chicago, 111. Easel for photographic 
enlargers. 2,596,811, May 13.. 

Carlson, Orville E., St. Paul, Minn. Adjustable ladder 
step. 2,599,976, June 10. 

Carlson, Oscar N., and H. A. Wilhelm. Ames, Iowa, as- 
signors to the United States of America as represented 
by the United States Atomic Energy Commission. 
Quaternary bismuth alloy. 2,595,924, May 6. 

Carlson, Oscar N., and H. A. Wilhelm, Ames, Iowa, as- 
signors to the United States of America as represented 
by the United States Atomic Energy Commission. 
Quaternary bismuth alloy. 2,595,925, May 6. 

Carlson, Raymond A., Rockford, assignor to Borg-Warner 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Combination spring-loaded 
and overcenter clutch. 2,013.777, Oct. 14. 

Carlson, Raymond A., Rockford, assignor to Borg-Warner 
Corporation, Chicago, 111. Multiple friction clutch. 
2,013,778, Oct. 14. 

Carlson, Reuben C, Chicago, 111. Adjustable phonograph 
pickup arm. 2,588,616, Mar. 11. 

Carlson, Rudolph V., Denham, Mass. Change purse. 
2.616,472, Nov. 4. 

Carlson, Russell M., Milford, Conn., assignor to United 
Aircraft Corporation. Bast Hartford. Conn. Towed 
glider with automatic tow cable release. 2,612,327, 
Sept. 30. 

Carlson & Sullivan, Inc., assignee : See — 
Carlson, Frederick O. 

Carlson Tool & Machine Company, assignee : Sec — 
Carlson, John I. 

Carlson, Trvgve, Kodiak Territorv of Alaska. Flashlight 
and hearing aid battery. 2,588,902, Mar. 11. 



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INDEX OF PATENTS, 1952 



Carlson, Vernon E., Camp Hill, assignor to Aircraft-Ma- 
rine i'roducts, Inc., Harrisburg, Pa. Electrical connec- 
tor having coaxial barrels of difEerent diameters. 
2,596,51:8, May 13. 

Carlson, Vernon E., Camp Hill, assignor to Aircraft-Marine 
Products Inc., Harrisburg, Pa. Connector forming tool 
with ratchet means for compelling precise operation. 
2,618,993, Nov. 25. 

Carlson, Walter A., Cicero, P. M. Martin, Chicago, and A. 
Sigel, Morton Grove, assignors to Northwestern Elec- 
tric Company, Chicago, 111. Control device for dynamo- 
electric machines. 2,602,830, July 8. 

Carlson, Walter H., assignee : ^'ee — 
Kogl, Frank. 

Carlson, Wendell L., Princeton, N. J., assignor to Radio 
Corporation of America. Antenna system. 2,624,000, 
Dec. 30. 

Carlson, Wilbur L., Rochester, N. Y., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Stator and mak- 
ing same. 2,582,005, Jan. 8. 

Carlson, Wilbur L., Rochester, N. Y., assignor to General 
Motors Corporation, Detroit, Mich. Dynamoelectric 
machine. 2,615,944, Oct. 28. 

Carlson, William I., Detroit, Mich. Measuring tape reel 
device. 2,615,648, Oct. 28. 

Carlsson, Fredrik, Stockholm, and E. A. Eklund, Appelvi- 
ken near Stockholm, assignors to Ingeniorsbyran Fredca 
Aktiebolag, Stockholm, Sweden. Coal and the like. 
2,621,151, Dec. 9. 

Carlsson, Gustav R. : See — 
Pick, Eric, and Carlsson. 

Carlsson, Johan E., F. Landau and E. Tomros, assignors 
to Allmanna Svenska Elektriska Aktiebolaget, Vasteras, 
Sweden. Leveling device for mine hoists and other 
elevators. 2,593,844, Apr. 22. 

Carlsson, Oscar, Emmaboda, Sweden. Table having ver- 
tically adjustable top. 2,585,535, Feb. 12. 

Carlstedt, Sven B. F., Stockholm, Sweden. Controlling 
drainage of liquid from washing machines. 2,604,106, 
July 22. 

Carlston, Earl F., Arlington, Va., and L. R. Whiting, 
Woodbridge, N. J., assignors to the United States of 
America as represented by the Secretary of the Navy. 
Protective coating. 2,592,655, Apr. 15. 

Carlston, Hamilton S., and H. E. Morrow. Fresno, Calif. 
Window and ventilator actuator and lock. 2,610,848, 
Sept. 16. 

Carlstrom. Carl F. : See — 

Toomey, John A., and Carlstrom. 

Carlton, Frank, Los Angeles, and L. L. Snyder, Monte- 
bello, Calif. Vacuum breaker. 2.600,731, June 17. 

Carlton, William C, Hornchurch, England. Device for 
protecting and preserving the tires of wheeled vehicles. 
2.585.914, Feb. 19. 

Carlton, William C, Hornchurch, England. Tire protect- 
ing device. 2,617,663, Nov. 11. 

Carlton, William C, Hornchurch, England. Vehicle tire 
protecting device. 2.617,664, Nov. 11. 

Carmean, Gladys M., Los Angeles, Calif. Sanitary belt. 
2,596.127, May 13. 

Carmichael, Hugh, Deep River, Ontario, Canada. Sealed 
insulator bushing. 2,617,850, Nov. 11. 

Carmien. Joseph A. : See — 

Jahn. Fred S.. Carmien. and Mulllngs. 
Jahn, Walter K., Carmien and Mullings. 

Carmody. James C, Philadelphia, Pa . Wind vane. 
2,598,505, May 27. 

Carmona, Juan, Miami, Fla. Rotary windshield. 
2.594.867. Apr. 29. 

Carnagua, Harold E., Muncie, Ind., assignor to Borg- 
Warner Corporation, Chicago, 111. Transmission and 
control mechanism therefor. 2,619,848, Dec. 2. 

Carnahan. James E. : See — 

Arnold, Herrlck R., and Carnahan. 

Carnahan, Orson A., Syracuse, N. Y. Backfire trap. 
2.613.144. Oct. 7. 

Carnegie, William L., assignor to General Motors Cor- 
poration. Detroit. Mich. Compound planetary gear train, 
2.606,459, Aug. 12. 

Camell, Paul H., Bartlesville, Okla,, assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Companv. Preparation of alcohols. 2,583,- 
413, .Tan, 22. 

Carnelli. Frnnois J.. New York, N. Y. Self-adjusting 
wrench. 2.585,090, Feb. 12. 

Carnelli. Francis J., New York, N. Y. Self-adjusting and 
manually adjustable wrench. 2,606,473, Aug. 12. 

Carnes. Fred D.. Fort Worth, Tex., assignor to Flexible 
Road Joint Machine Companv, Warren, Ohio. Dowel 
bar installing device, 2.596,206, May 13. 

Carnes. Samuel J., Camden, Ark. Casting mechanism. 
2.584,550, Feb. 5. 

Carney, Eleanor M., Riverside, Calif. Hair-waving device. 
2,617,433, Nov, 11. 

Carney, Fletcher B,, Birmingham, Ala, Mounting for disk 
plows, 2,617,344, Nov, 11. 

Carney, James J., deceased, Wethersfield, Conn., by The 
TTnited Tool & Die Company, Elmwood, Conn., assignee. 
Pinking scissors. Re. 23.503, May 27. 

Carney, Samuel C, Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company, Colloidal sulfur. 2,586,914, Feb. 
26. 

Carney. Samuel C. Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company, Producing finely divided sulfur. 
2.608,471, Aug, 26. 



Carney, Samuel C, Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Method of and apparatus for 
liquid-liquid contacting. 2.614,064, Oct. 14. 

Carney, Samuel C, Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Fractional crystallization process 
and apparatus. 2,622,114, Dec. 16. 

Carney, Samuel C, Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to Phillips 
Petroleum Company. Separation of eutectic-forming 
mixtures by crystallization methods. 2,622,115, Dec. 16. 

Carniol, Bohdan, assignor of one-half to Tesla, National 
Corporation, Prague, Czechoslovakia. Method of and 
device for measuring and controlling the quality factor 
and damping factor of electric circuits and components 
thereof. 2,614,153. Oct. 14. 

Carnoy Products Corporation, assignee : See — 
Carter, Philip M. 
Seaberg, Ernest E. 

Caroland, Horace G„ Hobart, Okla. Fishing rod. 2,610.427, 
Sept. 16. 

Caron, Louis D., Jr., and W. J. Hoenecke, assignors to 
Terminal Packaging Company, Milwaukee, Wis. Weigh- 
ing and packaging machine. 2,614,786, Oct. 21. 

Carothers, Theodore E., Arcadia, assignor to Gladding, 
McBean & Co., Los Angeles, Calif. Making dinnerware 
and apparatus therefor. 2,597,448, May 20. 

Carothers. William D., assignee : See — 
Ofeldt. Frank W. 

Carp, Arthur, Hillsdale, Mich. Can opener. 2,600,615, 
June 17. 

Carpani, Joseph, Camden, N. J. Fire extinguisher for 
motor vehicles. 2,596,761, May 13. 

Carpenter, Albert S., S. Coldfield, Birmingham, and E. R. 
Wallsgrove, Coventry, assignors to Courtaulds Limited, 
London, England. Polymeric compounds condensed 
from epichlorhydrin and a bifunctional amino com- 
pound, and production. 2,599,974, June 10. 

Carpenter, Albert S., Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham, Eng- 
land, F. Reeder, Kallay, Swansea, Wales, and E. R. 
Wallsgrove, Coventry, assignors to Courtaulds Limited, 
London, England. Production of thermoplastic resins 
and the production from such resins of threads, fibres, 
filaments, and the lil<e. 2,602,075, July 1. 

Carpenter, Arley D., Los Angeles, and C. A. Slater, Bell- 
flower, assignors to The Noreo Co., Los Angeles, Calif. 
Hanger. 2.586,001, Feb. 19. 

Carpenter, Arthur H., Newman, and J. T. Calonlco, 
Gustine, Calif. : and Calonlco assignor to P. A. Patch- 
ett, Ne\vman, Calif. Air cooler. 2,596,324, May 13. 

Carpenter, Charles C. Grand Forks, N. Dak. Combination 
stretcher and cot. 2.601.365, June 24. 

Carpenter, Charles R., Robbinsdale, Minn. Casting 
bobber. 2,593,728, Apr, 22. 

Carpenter. Clifford L., Brooklyn, N. Y., assignor to 
Standard Oil Development Company. Catalytic re- 
forming process. 2.585.737, Feb, 12. 

Carpenter. Dorothy M., and W. L. Wells, Clayton, Mo. ; 
to said Carpenter. Awning. 



Company, assignee : 



Drinking rim for 



to The 
Welded 



said Wells assignor 
2,604,158, July 22. 

Carpenter, E. W., Manufacturing 
See— 

Leete, William T. 

Carpenter, Ellsworth J, : See — 

Hale, Douglas, and Carpenter. 

Carpenter, Frank W,, Minneapolis, Minn., assignor to 
General Slills, Inc. Flatiron and producing same. 
2,605.378, July 29. 

Carpenter, Jack K.. administrator : See — 
Champion, William R. 

Carpenter Manufacturing Corporation, assignee : See — 
Mellert, Allen J. 

Carpenter, Oliver W.. Lalcewood, Colo, 
beer cans. 2,614,406, Oct, 21. 

Carpenter. Otis R. : See — 

Harter, Isaac and I, Jr., and Carpenter. 

Carpenter. Otis R., Barberton, Ohio, assignor 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, Rockleigh, N. J. 
joint. 2,588,700, Mar, 11. 

Carpenter. Otis R.. and F. W. Armstrong, Jr., Barberton, 
and R. P. C. Rasmusen, Akron, Ohio, assignors to The 
Babcock & Wilcox Company, Rockleigh, N, J. Poly- 
phase alternating current fusion welding with control 
of interphase voltage, and with combined alternating 
current and direct current welding potentials. 
2,583,507. Jan. 22. 

Carpenter, Otis R., and F. W. Armstrong, Jr., Barber- 
ton, Ohio, assignors to The Babcock & Wilcox Com- 
panv, Rockleigh. N. J. Automatic welding apparatus. 
2.596.951, May 13. 

Carpenter and Paterson Inc., assignee : See — 
Turpln, Richard J. 

Carpenter, Paul G., Bartlesville. Okla., assignor to Phil- 
lips Petroleum Company. Apparatus and method for 
measuring the velocity of fluids. 2,599,975, June 10. 

Carpenter, Paul G., Bartlesville, Okla., assignor to 
Phillips Petroleum Company. Computer component. 
2.617.587. Nov. 11. 

Carpenter, Paul G.. Bartlesville, Okla,, assignor to Phil- 
lips Petroleum Company. Gas pressure operated oil 
well pump. 2,622,535, Dec. 23. 

Carpenter, Paul W., Fort Worth, Tex. Closure and fas- 
tener for threaded containers. 2,610.762, Sept. 16. 

Carpenter. Robert J.. West Enterprise. Miss. Angularly 
adjustable feed rolls for log peeling or rossing machines. 
2,601,261, June 24. 



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Carpenter, Rupert E. H., South Croydon, England. Elec- 
tromagnetic relay. 2,611,063, Sept. 16. 
Carpenter, Victor W. : See — 

Jackson, Jolin M., and Carpenter. 
Carpenter, Warren W. : See — 

Brooks, Chester E., and Carpenter. 
Cahill, Harold D., Carpenter, and Dimond. 
Carpenter Warren W., Garden City, assignor to Bell Tele- 
phone Laboratories, Incorporated, New York, N. Y. 
Tape perforating machine. 2,583,086. Jan. 22. 
Carpentier, L6oni, Rosemont, Montreal, Quebec, Canada. 

Buck saw. 2,602,478, July 8. 
Carpentier, Pascal J., Paris, France. Generating gases 

within plastic materials. 2,589,537, Mar. 18. 
Carpentier, Pascal J., Paris. France. Making cellular 

thermoplastic materials. 2,590,156. Mar. 25. 
Carr, Byrle H. : See — 

Dunn, William G., and Carr. 
Carr, Charles J., Long Beach, Calif. Plug handling head 

for well casings. 2,615,519, Oct. 28. 
Carr. Charles W. : See — - 

Kolthoff, Izaak M., and Carr. 
Carr. Dodd S. : See — 

Knapp, Burton B.. and Carr. 
Carr, Edward L., assignor to The Firestone Tire & Rub- 
ber Company, Akron. Ohio. Reaction of substituted 
sulfenamides with ketones and use of reaction product 
in rubber vulcanization. 2,581,936, Jan. 8. 
Carr, Edward L., Akron, Ohio, and J. R. Rafter, Bristol 
Ferry, R. I., assignors to The Firestone Tire & Rubber 
Company, Akron, Ohio. Bivalent metal halide addi- 
tion compounds of substituted sulfenamides. 2,581,905, 
Jan. 8. 
Carr. George, U. S. Navy. Hydraulic control valve. 

2,586.785, Feb. 26. 
Carr, James P., Lansing, Mich., assignor to Food Machin- 
ery and Chemical Corporation, San Jose, Calif. Ap- 
paratus for balancing wheels. 2,622,436, Dec. 23. 
Carr, Lillian E., Washington, D. C. Tress blocker. 

2,581,513, Jan. 8. 
Carr, Richard H., Chicago, and K. A. Covell, Winnetka, 
assignors to The Pure Oil Company. Chicago. 111. Ap- 
paratus for injecting fluids into well bores. 2,611,436, 
Sept. 23. 
Carr, William H., Jr., Kansas Citv, Mo. Dispenser. 

2,613.879. Oct. 14. 
Carraway. Thomas W., Dallas, Tex. Air or gas cleaning 

apparatus. 2,583,252. Jan. 22. 
Carreau, Gerald, assignor to Columbia Broadcasting Sys- 
tem, Inc., New York, N. Y. Phonograph. 2,621,047, 
Dec. 9. 
Carrey, John S., assignor to Carter Carburetor Corpora- 
tion, St. Louis. Mo. Carburetor. 2,619,333, Nov. 25. 
Carrico, Esther D. : See — 

Isaacson. Irene I., and Carrico. 
Carrie, William D. : See — 

Stavoe. Arthur M., and Carrie. 
Carrier Conve.vor Corporation, assignee : See — 

Carrier, Robert M., Jr., and Whitley. 
Carrier Corporation, assignee : See — 
Ashley, Carlyle M. 
Ashley. Carlyle M., and McGrath. 
Berestneff. Alexis A. 
Cliristeusen, Sabinus H. 
Hanson, Lars. 
.Tones, Walter F. 
Leonard, Louis H.. Jr. 
Mncrow. Lawrence. 
McGrath. William L. 
Schulz, Edward L., and Bailey. 
Shawhan, Sam F. , 
Swart, Richard H. 
Carrier Engineering Company, Limited, assignee : See — 
Fowler, Alexander P. 
Halls, James H. C. 

Whitworth, Stanely J. L., and Brown. 
Carrier, Hiram W., Meadvllle, Pa. Drain trap. 2,603,304, 

July 15. 
Carrier, Robert M., Jr., Aurora, 111., and M. G. Whitley, 
assignors to Carrier Conveyor Corporation, Louisville, 
Ky. Method of and apparatus for continuously weigh- 
ing aggregate. 2,600,966, June 17. 
Carrigan, Robert E., Saylesville, R. I., assignor to Union 
Wadding Company. Liquid filter. 2.600,845, June 17. 
Carrigan, Tracy, Lansing, Mich., assignor to Food Ma- 
chinery and Chemical Corporation. Wheel gauging 
apparatus. 2,581,630, Jan. 8. 
Carrigan, Tracy. Lansing, Mich., assignor to Food Ma- 
chinery and Chemical Corporation. Method of and ap- 
paratus for measuring alignment characteristics of front 
and rear wlieels. 2.601,262. June 24. 
Carrlker, Arthur V., Independence, Mo. Cooking utensil. 

2,604,227, July 22. 
Carrington, Rov R., Fulton, Mo. Toy helicopter. 

2.598,349, May 27. 
Carrino, Pasquale. Passaic. N. J. Packaging machine, 

particularly the blocks therefor. 2,599,369, June 3. 
Carrol, Clayton C, Madison, N. J., assignor to United 
States Radium Corporation, New York, N. Y. Neutron 
source. 2.592,115, Apr. 8. 
Carroll, Burt H., and W. T. Hanson, Jr., assignors to East- 
man Kodak Company, Rochester, N. Y. Selectively ex- 
posing the grains of a mixed grain photographic emul- 
sion. 2,592,243. Apr. 8. 



Carroll, Burt H., and F. A. Richey, assignors to Eastman 
Kodak Company, Rocliester, N. Y. Mercapto azoles in 
developer for mixed grain photographic process. 
2,614,925, Oct. 21. 

Carroll, Daniel J., Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. 
Auger type trenching machine. 2,598,350, May 27. 

Carroll, Fred M., Binghamton, and A. F. Smith, Endi- 
cott, assignors to International Business Machines 
Corporation. New York. N. Y. Alphabet, digit, and 
address printing device. 2,580,729, Jan. 1. 

Carroll. Fred M., Binghamton, and G. M. Gurley, Endwell, 
assignors to International Business Machines Corpo- 
ration, New York, N. Y. Sensing mechanism. 2,620,978, 
Dec. 9. 

Carroll, George F., Chicago, 111. Pavement marker. 
2,599,230, June 3. 

Carroll, James M. : See — 

JIurphy. Thomas W., and Carroll. 

Carroll, James W., assignor to The Pennsylvania Salt 
Manufacturing Company, Philadelphia, Pa. Pickling 
bath foaming agent. 2,614,081. Oct. 14. 

Carroll, Joseph P., and G. H. Martin. Lakin. Kans. Con- 
veyor with adjustable hopper. 2.619.219, Nov. 25. 

Carroll, Phil, Jr., Maplewood, N. J. Time study training 
apparatus. 2,60