District of Columbia

Larry A. Sheingorn. Device for blind spot delineation. No. 4,392,725. 4 Claims.

Ronald M. Bauman. Channelized feed-forward system. No. 4,394,624. 23 Claims.

Kenneth R. Dauvall. Optical paper detector. No. 4,395,127. 8 Claims. Maryland

Allen B. Holmes of Rockville. Electro-fluidic actuator. No. 4,391,299. 5 Claims.

Virgil E. Johnson Jr., of Gaithersburg, et. al. Cavitating liquid jet assisted drill bit and method for deep-hole drilling. No. 4,391,339. 4 Claims.

Roy H. Rengstorff of Aberdeen Proving Ground. Spectacle frame. No. 4,391,498. 46 Claims.

Henry C. Miller of Laurel, et. al. Acting radiation curable formulations. No. 4,391,686. 16 Claims.

John Rys-Sikora of Bel Aire. Low density closed-cell formed articles from ethyene copolymer-vinyl or vinylidene halide blends. No. 4,391,923. 13 Claims.

Robert E. Farmer III of Rockville. Erasable inks containing thermoplastic block copolymers. No. 4,391,927. 5 Claims.

Herbert M. Cullis of Silver Spring, et. al. Combined electrical and thermal solar collector. No. 4,392,008. 9 Claims.

Joseph Lindmayer of Bethesda. Photovoltaic cells having contacts and method of applying same. No. 4,392,010. 15 Claims.

Tony Nespor of Baltimore. Automatic remote car starter. No. 4,392,059. 7 Claims.

David A. Saar of Timonium, et. al. Method of charging batteries and apparatus. No. 4,392,101. 64 Claims.

Warren P. Rudolf and Susan A. Rudolf, both of Millersville. Expandable overshoe. No. 4,392,311. 7 Claims.

Robert R. Durrell of Columbia. Ultrasonic loading of extrudable plastic bonded explosives. No. 4,392,410. 9 Claims.

Edward M. Schmidt of Forest Hill, et. al. Gaseous Blast Reducer. No. 4,392,412. 5 Claims.

John F. Moskal of Nanjemoy. Heat scavenger. No. 4,392,610. 5 Claims.

Howard Martin of Silver Spring. Self-contained root canal heated condenser dental instrument. No. 4,392,827. 8 Claims.

Norman Salzman of Potomac, et. al. Body coordination training aid. No. 4,392,830. 11 Claims.

Norman R. Laine of Rockville, et. al. Alumina spheroids with controlled small particle size and a process for producing them. No. 4,392,987. 17 Claims.

Robert H. Leyse of Rockville. Method of and apparatus for measuring the power distribution in nuclear reactor cores. No. 4,393,025. 28 Claims.

Allan Sherman of Lanham. Cooling by conversion of para to ortho-hydrogen. No. 4,393,039. 9 Claims.

James H. Coroneos of West Friendship. Beef product for cooking on a vertical rotisserie. No. 4,393,090. 1 Claim.

William S. Arnold Jr. and Joseph C. Tulloss, both of Baltimore. Methods of and apparatus for forming a cable core having an internal cable-shield. No. 4,393,582. 7 Claims.

Clifford H. Rodell of Laurel. Tree holder. No. 4,393,621. 15 Claims.

James F. N. Seiler, Jr. of Frederick. Pneumatic adhesion tester. No. 4,393,699. 4 Claims.

Raymond P. Harris of Baltimore. Holding fixture for a hot stamping press. No. 4,393,777. 3 Claims.

Nicholas P. D. Smyth of Bethesda, et. al. Single pass A-V lead. No. 4,393,883. 6 Claims.

Victor Kronstadt of Hagerstown. Clutch assist apparatus. No. 4,393,907. 18 Claims.

Irving Kabik of Silver Spring, et. al. Cook-off resistant booster explosive. No. 4,394,197. 4 Claims.

R. Dean Hall of Baltimore. Time and gold plating process. No. 4,394,223. 5 Claims.

Steven R. Jefferies of Baltimore. Bone graft material for osseous defects and method of making same. No. 4,394,370. 12 Claims.

John Rys-Sikora of Bel Aire. Fast-curling foamable composition based on ethylene terpolymers. No. 4,394,459. 4 Claims.

Don F. Widmayer of Bethesda. Energy conserving automatic light output system. No. 4,394,603.

Gerald I. Klein of Baltimore. Microstrip circuit with suspended substrate stripline regions embedded therein. No. 4,394,633. 11 Claims.

Edward L. Wallace of Ellicott City, et. al. Programmable CRT brightness control. No. 4,394,689. 4 Claims.

Paul E. Wren of Severna Park. Method of a system for classifying emergency locating transmitters and emergency positions indicating radio beacons. No. 4,394,777. 10 Claims.

Roger L. Napper of Bel Air. Escapable-window-security-gard system. No. 4,394,805. 4 Claims.

Richard F. Horon of Dundirk. Optical system for infrared tracking. No. 4,395,095.

Peter O. Minott of Bowie. Interferometric angle monitor. No. 4,395,123. 11 Claims.

Martha E. Phillips of Baltimore, et. al. Geodestic dome construction. No. 4,395,154. 2 Claims.

Edward Tabor of Rockville and Robert J. Gerety of Potomac. Detection of Non-B hepatitis associated antigen. No. 4,395,395. 4 Claims.

Herbert I. Scher of Randallstown, et. al. Abrasion resistant laminator. No. 4,395,452. 13 Claims.

Massaji Kasai of Rockville, et. al. 9-EPI-Mitomycin B and D compounds. No. 4,395,558. 4 Claims.

Andrew Meulenberger Jr. of Gaithersburg. Optimized back contact for solar cells. No. 4,395,583. 28 Claims.

Walter S. Friauf of Bethesda, et. al. Gamma ray coincidence analysis. No. 4,395,635. 12 Claims.

Harry Goldie of Randallstown and Suman D. Patel of Silver Spring. R.F. Primed plasma limiter for radar receiver projector. No. 4,395,684. 5 Claims.

Constantinos Philippids and William H. Zinger both of Columbia. Apparatus for identifying coded information without internal clock synchronization. No. 4,395,773. 8 Claims.

James R. Roberts, et. al. Optical devices utilizing multicapillary arrays. No. 4,395,775. 4 Claims. Virginia

Kenneth P. Stuby of Catlett. Thermally compensated shadow mask. No. 4,391,034. 3 Claims.

John H. Cantrell Jr. of Newport News, et. al. Frequency tracked gated pulse technique for ultrasonic frequency. No. 4,391,142. 3 Claims.

George H. Barnett of Richmond, et. al. Smoking article. No. 4,391,285. 27 Claims.

William D. Taylor Jr. of King George. Firewood carrier. No. 4,391,397. 1 Claim.

Donald L. Cummins of Mechanicsville. Rotary drum dough divider. No. 4,391,576. 11 Claims.

George N. Brown of Lexington. Two-stage fluid bed regenerator. No. 4,391,586. 7 Claims.

Max N. Yoder of Falls Church. Method of forming a hyper-abrupt interface in a gas substrate. No. 4,391,651. 6 Claims.

Michael E. Thurston, William A. Cassada III and Daniel J. Schardein, all of Richmond. Treatment for the alleviation of high temperature oxidation of aluminum. No. 4,391,655. 12 Claims.

Wallace L. Freeman of Woodbridge. Methods of making infrared detector array cold shield. No. 4,391,678. 4 Claims.

H. Michael McCurry of Richmond. Preferential wicking system. No. 4,391,716. 24 Claims.

James S. White Sr. of Mechanicsville. Candle assembly including a windowsill stabilizer. No. 4,392,191. 8 Claims.

Franklin Lim of Richmond. Microcapsules containing viable tissue cells. No. 4,391,909. 12 Claims.

David E. DeBar of Manassas. Randomly accessible memory display. No. 4,392,209. 2 Claims.

Wilbur L. Stables of Matoaca, et. al. Device having yarn passage of specified dimensions for interlacing filaments of multifilament yarn. No. 4,392,285. 4 Claims.

Roswell D. M. Peters of Rustburg. Quartz resonator processing system. No. 4,392,287. 18 Claims.

Lawrence K. Baker of Gate City. Hearing aid earmolds. No. 4,392,547. 6 Claims.

James I. Clemmons Jr., of Newport News. Instrument for determining coincidence and elapse time between independent sources of random sequential events. No. 4,392,749. 7 Claims.

Sterling W. Lowery of Richmond. Heavy duty mobile loading structure and system. No. 4,392,769. 16 Claims.

George Merkel of Springfield, et. al. Source-region electromagnetic pulse simulator. No. 4,393,509. 19 Claims.

Jerald G. Peterson of McLean. Measuring device. No. 4,393,601. 6 Claims.

Ronald K. Clark of Hampton, et. al. Fixture for environmental exposure of structural materials under compression load. No. 4,393,716. 3 Claims.

Henry C. Mayo and William V. Millman, both of Alexandria. Releasable retainer for ejection tube. No. 4,393,745. 9 Claims.

Francis B. Hargell of Richmond. Belt loop folder and feed apparatus. No. 4,393,800. 10 Claims.

Walter L. McIntosh of Woodbridge and John N. Street of Alexandria. Color photoprinting with a scanning memory mask. No. 4,394,089. 30 Claims.

James I. Hutcheson of Mecvhanicsville. Method for heating sealing. No. 4,394,204. 8 Claims.

Henry K. Puharich of Delpane. Method and apparatus for splitting water molecules. No. 4,394,230. 9 Claims.

John H. Reid of Fredericksburg. Conversion of plug flow and complete mix aeration basins to barrier oxidation ditches. No. 4,394,268. 25 Claims.

Bartholomeus van't Riet of Richmond et. al. Hydroxybenzohydroxamic acids, benzamides and esters as ribonucleotide reductase inhibitors. No. 4,394,389. 10 Claims.

George N. Mifford Jr. of Waynesboro. Bead polymerization process for preparing polybenzimidazole. No. 4,394,500. 5 Claims.

E. Lawrence Wampler of Springfield. Swept-dip probe. No. 4,394,617. 6 Claims.

Robert D. Averill of Newport News. Vibration insulation and pressure compensation apparatus for sensitive instrumentation. No. 4,394,819. 13 Claims.

Lawrence K. Edwards of Falls Church. Passenger station for elevated railway system. No. 4,394,837. 19 Claims.

Lance Whyte of Springfield. Waste fluid receptacle. No. 4,394,877. 13 Claims.

Gerald C. Roinestad of Winchester. Molecular plastic conveyor belt. No. 4,394,901. 18 Claims.

Richard A. Crane of Beaverdam. Adjustable deck board feeder for automatic pallet nailing apparatus. No. 4,394,952. 31 Claims.

John E. Camparetto of Chincoteague. Amphibious sled device. No. 4,395,241. 9 Claims.

Teresa L. K. Low of Annandale, et. al. Synthetic Thymosin B3 and B4 analogues. No. 4,395,404. 13 Claims.

Terry L. St. Clair of Poquoson, et. al. Thermoset-thermoplastic aromatic polytamide containing N-propargyl groups. No. 4,395,540. 7 Claims.

Charles W. Sexton of Suffolk. Correction circuits for projection television. No. 4,395,662. 16 Claims.

Shadrack Brown Jr. of Roanoke. Vestmental pin. Design Patent D269,861.

Robert R. Huntington of Lynchburg. Telephone headset. Design Patent D269,874.

Clements A. Iten of Staunton, et. al. Disposable safety razor. Design Patent No. D269,915.