Washington, D.C.

Giorgio F. Cruletto. Electronic accordion housing and support stand. No. 4,545,276. 7 claims.

Isaac Stewart Jr. Sno-rak. No. 4,547,011. 1 claim.

Alfred B. Levine. Selective time scheduler and subscheduler. No. 4,548,510. 19 claims. Maryland

Valerie Garbutt, of Annapolis. Sun visor. No. 4,543,667. 2 claims.

Marton M. Mower, of Lutherville. Ski boot for concentrating a skier's weight on a ski edge. No. 4,543,738. 11 claims.

Mark Stern, Charles Airesman and Vijay Pandit, all of Cumberland. Load cell temperature compensation system. No. 4,543,837. 24 claims.

Vladimir Sirota, of Rockville. Umbrella holder. No. 4,543,971. 4 claims.

Victor Kronstadt, of Hagerstown. Oil shutoff device for wet clutches. No. 4,544,055. 6 claims.

Larry G. Boxall, William M. Buchta, Arthur V. Cook, all of Baltimore; Dennis C. Nagle, of Catonsville; and Douglas W. Townsend, of Glen Burnie. Aluminum cell having aluminum wettable cathode surface. No. 4,544,469. 18 claims.

Danh C. Tran, of Rockville; Pedro B. Macedo, of Bethesda; Joseph H. Simmons and Catherine J. Simmons, both of Bethesda; and Nicholas Lagakos, of Silver Spring. Fixation by anion exchange of toxic materials in a glass matrix. No. 4,544,499. 10 claims.

Kathleen M. Keggins, of Glen Burnie; Ann C. Davis, of College Park; Edward M. Sybert, of Ellicott City; Thomas D. Mays, of Burtonsville; and Robert A. Milch, of Baltimore. Culture media from clarified dairy whey lactose permates. No. 4,544,637. 17 claims.

Christian A. Keller, of Baltimore. Fiber optic fluid impurity detector. No. 4,544,840. 6 claims.

Robert W. Kearns and Timothy B. Kearns, both of Gaithersburg. Intermittant windshield wiper control system with improved motor speed control. No. 4,544,870. 23 claims.

John G. Lenhoff Jr., of Linthicum. D/A converter having digitally controlled surbanging and self-alignment apparatus for use therein. No. 4,544,917. 8 claims.

David A. Kitchin, of Seabrook. Synchronous clock stopper for microprocessor. No. 4,545,030. 4 claims.

Donald E. Wortman, of Rockville; Clyde A. Morrison, of Wheaton; and Richard P. Leavitt, of Berwyn Heights. Depressed collector/ribbon electron beam analyzer for a diffraction radiation generator. No. 4,545,056. 20 claims.

Mark T. Turczyn, of Cheverly. Device for simulating stress on packages during coupling of railcars. No. 4,545,236. 9 claims.

Thomas M. Welsh, of Bethesda. Kinetic back support belt. No. 4,545,370. 21 claims.

James R. Ridgley and Bruce L. Reeder, both of Frederick. Mounting means and method of affixing a drop coin mechanism. No. 4,545,474. 6 claims.

John J. Starkenberg, of Owings Mills, and Gould Gibbons Jr., of Finksburg. Emulsion synthesized composite high explosives. No. 4,545,829. 24 claims.

J. William Welsh, of Baltimore. Apparatus for electrophoretic recovery of nucleic acids and other substances. No. 4,545,888. 10 claims.

Ira Pastan, of Potomac; Mark C. Willingham, of Bethesda; and David J. Fitzgerald, of Wheaton. Pseudomonas extoxin conjudate. No. 4,545,985. 16 claims.

Josef Pitha, of Baltimore. Saponin-basted polyether polyols, pharmaceutical compositions and a method of using same. No. 4,546,097. 21 claims.

Don F. Widmayer, of Bethesda. Control of ac power to inductive loads. No. 4,546,308. 7 claims.

Wolfger Schneider, of Columbia, and Richard J. Johns, of Baltimore. No. 4,546,436. 26 claims.

Kenneth A. Bortnick, of Parsonsburg. Tan-through wearing apparel and process for making the same. No. 4,546,493. 13 claims.

Eric Weinstein, of Blynelon. Beach kit including convertible bag-pillow cover. No. 4,546,507. 1 claim.

John H. Bopst, of Baltimore. Adjustable and releasable accelerator pedal depressor system. No. 4,546,667. 3 claims.

Stephen P. Rosa, of Bethesda. Multi-spectral target. No. 4,546,983. 13 claims.

John W. Leech, of Bethesda. Method of containing fractured turbine blade fragments. No. 4,547,122. 3 claims. James B. Hershberger, of Cresaptown. Tire mold. No. 4,547,139. 11 claims.

Charles D. Little, of Graceland Park. Spud support for use in water of excessive depth. No. 4,547,162. 9 claims.

Anthony D. Wolf, of Elkton. Herbicidal sulfonamides. No. 4,547,215. 18 claims.

Jacob Block, of Rockville. High temperature drilling mud stabilizer. No. 4,547,297. 12 claims.

Edward Tabor, of Rockville, and Robert J. Gerety, of Potomac. Hepatitis B core antigen vaccine. No. 4,547,367. 4 claims.

Edward Tabor, of Rockville, and Robert J. Gerety, of Potomac. Hepatitis B core antigen vaccine made by recombinant DNA. No. 4,547,368. 3 claims.

Richard A. Love, of Columbia, and Lee R. Zehner, of Brookeville. Carbon monoxide process for the production of alpha amino acids. No. 4,547,590. 9 claims.

Ronald G. Freitag and James E. Degenford, both of Ellicott City, and Daniel C. Boire, of Glen Burnie. Composite amplifier with divider/combiner. No. 4,547,745. 16 claims.

Gordon Gould, of Gaithersburg. Optical communication system for drill hole logging. No. 4,547,774. 14 claims.

Conway A. Bolt Jr., of Pasadena; John W. Cassen, of Glen Burnie; and Helmut E. Schrank, of Cockeysville. Loop antenna with improved balanced feed. No. 4,547,776. 1 claim.

John D. Fogarty, of Columbia, and Gerald M. Borsuk, of Washington, D.C. TV scrambler/descrambler using serial memories. No. 4,547,802. 8 claims.

Dan Horak, of Columbia. Dynamic control for manipulator. No. 4,547,858. 20 claims.

Anne L. MacDonald, of Bethesda. Method of hand-knitting a patterned fabric. No. 4,548,055. 4 claims.

Inbae Yoon, of Timonium. Elastic ligating ring clip. No. 4,548,201. 43 claims.

Edmund M. Choy, of Columbia, et al. Foaming agent. No. 4,548,649. 6 claims.

John C. Matthews, of Columbia. Hardening of photorest. No. 4,548,688. 10 claims.

Wallace M. Manheimer, of Silver Spring, and Niels K. Winsor, of Alexandria. Va. Tokamak plasma heating with intense, pulsed ion beams. No. 4,548,782. 8 claims.

David A. Sack, of Fallston, and Charles B. Stephensen, of Baltimore. Non-invasive test for gastric acid. No. 4,548,805. 2 claims.

Ronald Ace, of Lanham. Spectrophotometer for measuring absorption characteristics of a complex lens. No. 4,549,081. 23 claims.

Thomas O. Dixon, of Seabrook. Signal distribution system. No. 4,549,185. 3 claims.

Nathan Bluzer, of Silver Spring. Heterojunction semiconductor device. No. 4,549,195. 35 claims.

Francis J. Kub, of Pasadena. Lateral bipolar transistor. No. 4,549,196. 10 claims.

Constantine M. Travlos, of Baltimore; James A. Henderson, of Finksburg; and Mark Weixel, of Ellicott City. Contact insertion and wire lay robotic end effector appratus. No. 4,549,347. 2 claims.

Neal Holtz, of Silver Spring. Composite joist system. No. 4,549,381. 9 claims.

Lawrence B. Marsh, of Silver Spring. Pressure level sensor. No. 4,549,434. 12 claims.

William A. Barr, of Gibson Island. Fifth wheel coupler. No. 4,549,745. 7 claims.

Leslie W. Grove Jr., of Frederick. Universal support for meters. No. 4,549,751. 9 claims.

Wayne B. Stone Jr., of Bethesda. Coffee making. No. 4,550,027. 4 claims.

Yue-Ying Lau, of Silver Spring, and Larry R. Barnette, of Manassas, Va. Gromagnetron amplifier. No. 4,550,271. 12 claims.

Joseph E. Carney, of Baltimore. Overload detection and warning system for electric motors in power tools and the like. No. 4,550,277. 11 claims.

Michael M. Driscoll, of Catonsville. Narrow deviation voltage controlled crystal oscillator. No. 4,550,293. 8 claims.

Richard J. Prengaman, of Severna Park; Robert E. Thurber, of Silver Spring; Joe Phipps, of Westminster; et al. Retrospective data filter. No. 4,550,318. 46 claims.

James E. Buchanan, of Bowie, and John M. Shipley, of Pasadena. Horizontal sync detector. No. 4,550,342. 6 claims. Maryland Design Patent

George S. Harper, of Cambridge. Circuit breaker. No. D 281,156. Virginia

Lawrence G. Barrett, of Lynchburg. Unitized floor panel and method of laying the same. No. 4,543,765. 8 claims.

John A. Wiseman, of Lynchburg. Case opening apparatus. No. 4,543,767. 28 claims.

Harry A. deButts II, of Upperville. Mounting for caboose replacement signal transmitting unit. No. 4,544,124. 16 claims.

John I. Peterson, of Falls Church. Method of joining plastic optical fibers and connections obtained. No. 4,544,231. 16 claims.

Arthur J. Booker, of Zuni. Ships propulsion shaft removal apparatus. No. 4,544,322. 11 claims.

Phillip L. Mullins, of Chester, et al. Process and apparatus for applying and confining finish. No. 4,544,579. 4 claims.

Thomas E. Moyers, of Woodbridge. Image tube IR illuminator indicator. No. 4,544,844. 6 claims.

Loren H. Walker, of Salem. Thyristor voltage limiter for current source inverter. No. 4,545,002. 35 claims.

Timothy E. Hepner, of Gloucester, and James F. Meyers, of Newport News. Auto covariance computer. No. 4,545,025. 5 claims.

Thomas E. Searson, of Richmond. Bathing spray apparatus. No. 4,545,083. 2 claims.

Donald D. Blum, of Roanoke. Reusable typing device. No. 4,545,138. 26 claims.

Niels O. Young, of Free Union. Cryogenic refrigeration system with linear drive motors. No. 4,545,209. 14 claims.

Winfield C. Daniel and Richard K. Sitterding, both of Altavista. Adjustment and cleaning of the venturi gap in a dyeing machine. No. 4,545,221. 19 claims.

Clifford E. McLain, of Fairfax Station. Matched expansion muzzle brake. No. 4,545,285. 12 claims.

Timothy J. Maloney, of Mountain Falls. Solar heating module. No. 4,545,364. 21 claims.

Arthur W. Gruber and Loren C. Smith, both of Virginia Beach. Pressure relieving device. No. 4,545,400. 10 claims.

Niels O. Young, of Free Union. Linear motor compressor with clearance seals and gas bearings. No. 4,545,738. 16 claims.

James A. Gusack and Thomas E. Smith, both of Williamsburg. Method of forming supported antistatic yarn. No. 4,545,835. 7 claims.

Robert C. Parsons, of Richmond. Method for adhesive bonding of aluminum. No. 4,545,842. 4 claims.

Carroll W. Cope, of Marion. Molding coating composition and process. No. 4,546,133. 2 claims.

Michael W. Evans, of Lynchburg. Clock recovery arrangement. No. 4,546,486. 21 claims.