Washington, D.C.

Peter J. Andrulis, Jr., of Washington, D.C., and Paul Schwartz of Rockville, Md. Bis-platinum complexes as antinumor agents. No. 4,565,884. 20 claims.

Robert F. Woodward. Necktie. No. 4,564,958. 1 claim. Maryland Design Patent

John W. Kain, of Crofton. Combined eye shade and ear protector. No. D-282,308. Maryland

Stephen P. Ginsberg, of Potomac, and Durward I. Faries Jr., of McLean, Va. Intraqcular lens. No. 4,562,600. 25 claims.

Ronald D. Stouffer, of Silver Spring. Fluid oscillator. No. 4,562,867. 10 claims.

Bryon G. Fielden, of Baltimore. Device for playing a plurality of games. No. 4,563,008. 10 claims.

Edward L. Sanders Jr. and Edward L. Sanders III, both of La Plata. Rotatable apparatus for storing paper forms for feeding to a printer. No. 4,563,102. 11 claims.

Robert S. Ledley, of Silver Spring Pump-actuated sequencing valve and system. No. 4,563,173. 10 claims.

Donald C. Erickson, of Annapolis. High temperature absorbent for water vapor. No. 4,563,295. 11 claims.

Mark D. Weiss, of Rockville, and Stephen W. Christoffersen, of Falls Church, Va. Corrosion test assembly. No. 4,563,427. 9 claims.

Feiek Jachimowicz, of Columbia. Polyurethane catalysts. No. 4,563,484. 9 claims.

Edmund J. Vitek, of Glen Burnie, Robert O. Cherney, of Ellicott City, et al. Radiation upset threshold detector. No. 4,563,641. 7 claims.

Frederick P. Shultz, of Columbia. Random access data storage system. No. 4,563,716. 41 claims.

Nathaniel T. Mackel, of Baltimore. Nail clipper holder. No. 4,564,034. 7 claims.

Ernest B. Locker, of Edgewater, and Donald H. Turner, of Annapolis. Separable coupling for thin-walled flexible hose. No. 4,564,222. 19 claims.

David Goldstein, of Adelphi. Applying pressure while article cools. No. 4,564,501. 10 claims.

Martin P. Scholtz, of Baltimore. Fireplace fan. No. 4,564,538. 20 claims.

Norman F. Powell, of Laurel. Feature referenced error correction apparatus. No. 4,564,839. 4 claims.

James H. Carpenter Jr. and Ronald L. Mullins, both of Hagerstown. Impellor even discharge apparatus. No. 4,565,035. 7 claims.

Donnell Sherrod, of Baltimore. Method for proportioning fuel usage by a fluid fueled apparatus. No. 4,565,207. 2 claims.

Ronald D. Stouffer, of Silver Spring. Liquid metering and fluidic transducer for electronic computers. No. 4,565,220. 16 claims.

Bracha B. Ungar, of Annapolis. Numerical guessing game. No. 4,565,373. 3 claims.

Charlemage Poulin, of Gambrills. Multi-purpose compound hand tool. No. 4,565,398. 12 claims.

Robert Gagne, of Cumberland. Method of and apparatus for analyzing atmosphere of a furnace. No. 4,565,561. 18 claims.

P. E. Anders Hannson and Felek Jachimowicz, both of Columbia. Retention and drainage aid. No. 4,565,604. 11 claims.

Edward A. Hosegood, of Salisbury, et al. Antisoiling treatment of synthetic filaments. No. 4,565,717. 7 claims.

Paul C. Bossie, of Baltimore; John J. Martin, of Joppa; Emory W. Sarver and Harold Z. Sommer, both of Havre de Grace. High performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) analysis of sulfur mustards and their decomposition by-products by derivatization. No. 4,565,787. 10 claims.

Lance A. Liotta, of Bethesda, et al. Cell matrix receptor system and use in cancer diagnosis and management. No. 4,565,789. 26 claims.

Bernard L. Lewis, of Fort Washington, and Frank F. Kretschmer Jr., of Laurel. Palindromic polyphase code expander-compressor. No. 4,566,011. 18 claims.

Richard Steinberg, of Columbia, and Paul Shelton, of Arlington, Va. Coupled amplifier module feed networks for phased array antennas. No. 4,566,013. 24 claims.

Frederic C. Towers, of Bethesda. Securities valuation system. No. 4,566,066. 1 claim.

Richard N. Bennett, of Arbutus. High-speed filling machine. No. Re. 32,074. 42 claims.

James H. Carpenter Jr., of Hagerstown. Impact blasting system for etching metal surfaces. No. 4,566,230. 21 claims.

Kurt C. Henning, of Annapolis. Knock-down dispenser pack for stacked articles. No. 4,566,596. 10 claims.

Roger P. Sonneville, of Annapolis. Structure for fixing a rail to a tie. No. 4,566,629. 12 claims.

Irwin J. Abramovitz and Norman J. Berg, both of Baltimore, and Michael W. Casseday, of Washington, D.C. Multi-product, acousto-optic time integrating correlator. No. 4,566,760. 17 claims.

Herbert Goldsmith, of Rockville. Fluid sample cell comprising fresnel sectors. No. 4,566,791. 10 claims.

Donald C. Schmadel Jr., of Kensington. Process of fabricating a portion of an optical fiber capable of reflecting predetermined wavelength bands of light. No. 4,566,889. 20 claims.

Per E. A. Hansson and Felek Jachimowicz, both of Columbia. Wet strength material. No. 4,566,943. 6 claims.

Robert Smith, of Bethesda. Hydrogen measuring device. No. 4,567,013. 8 claims.

Long S. Tong, of Gaithersburg. Venting means for nuclear reactors. No. 4,567,016. 8 claims.

Charles I. Schneiderman, of Potomac. Dispenser gloves and stockinetts and methods of manufacturing same. No. 4,567,065. 10 claims.

Robin D. O'Dell, of Pasadena; Israel S. Ungar and Herbert I. Scher, both of Randallstown. Scuff resistance in abrasion-resistant laminates. No. 4,567,087. 20 claims.

Joseph A. Cogliano, of Pasadena. Asphalt foam. No. 4,567,095. 6 claims.

Theodore C. Adams Jr., of Beltsville, and Horst G. Adolph, of Silver Spring. 1-Fluoro-1,1,5-trinitro-3-oxa-5-azahexane and method of preparation. No. 4,567,296. 4 claims.

S. Brent Morris, of Columbia, and Richard A. Wisniewski, of West Friendship. Fast parallel sorting processor. No. 4,567,572. 3 claims.

Paul F. Bruney, of Silver Spring, and Robert S. Bugash, of Wheaton. Stero image recovery. No. 4,567,607. 43 claims. Virginia Design Patents

William B. Ritchie Jr., and Marguerite M. Ritchie, both of Richmond. Twin pillows. D-282,036.

Jerry W. Obenchain, of Salem. Chimney Cleaner. No. D-282,111.

Franklin D. Harvey, of Richmond. Comb. No. D-282,291.

Franklin D. Harvey, of Richmond. Comb. No. D-282,292.

Franklin D. Harvey, of Richmond. Combined comb and hair pick. No. D-282,293.

Franklin D. Harvey, of Richmond. Combined comb and hair pick. No. D-282,294.

Franklin D. Harvey, of Richmond. Comb. No. D-282,295.

Franklin D. Harvey, of Richmond. Hair comb. No. D-282,296.

Franklin D. Harvey, of Richmond. Comb. No. D-282,297.

Franklin D. Harvey, of Richmond. Hair lift. No. D-282,299. Virginia

Kenneth J. Wynne, of Falls Church, et al. Electrically conductive cofacially crystallizing organomacrocycle compositions, articles and fabrication methods. No. 4,563,300. 11 claims.

Mark E. Reed, of Woodstock, and Ronald L. Boswell, of Charlottesville. Mamographic device using localized compression cone. No. 4,563,768. 19 claims.

James H. Jenkins, of Arlington. Assist handle. No. 4,563,783. 1 claim.

James Heltzel, of Mauertown. Safety system of disabling a firearm. No. 4,563,827. 12 claims.

G. Timothy Oksman, of Richmond. Sport sailboat steering and balancing arrangement. No. 4,563,967. 9 claims.

Alfred Hinzmann, of Weams; Peter M. Preisner, of Mechanicsville, and Timour T. Shu, of Chesterfield. Method and apparatus for assembling plain cigarettes with filter rod section. No. 4,564,029. 42 claims.

Calvin W. Russ, of Norfolk, and David A. Craze, of Chesapeake. Hydraulic wheel lift system for tow vehicles. No. 4,564,207. 17 claims.

Louis H. Piper, of Richmond, et al. Rigid filter elements, related apparatus and methods. No. 4,564,450. 11 claims.

Edward C. Fredericks, of Haymarket, and Harish N. Kotecha, of Manassas. Photoresit lift-off process for fabricating semiconductor devices. No. 4,564,584. 3 claims.

Rosemary A. Lambie, of Richmond. Device to aid in the manual recordation of data. No. 4,564,845. 10 claims.

Raymond E. Hundley III, of Eagle Rock. Centrifugal pellet dryer. No. 4,565,015. 6 claims.

John DeLigt, and Willem A. Nikkel, both of Covington. Method and apparatus for wrapping paper rolls. No. 4,565,049. 3 claims.

Phillip L. Mullins, of Matoaca, et al. Process and appartus for applying and confining finish. No. 4,565,154. 18 claims.

Hubert Comminge, of Springfield, et al. Track and road wheel assembles for tracked vehicles. No. 4,565,412. 17 claims.

Irwin L. Singer, of Alexandria, and Russell A. Jeffries, of Arlington. Process for producing carbide coatings. No. 4,565,710. 20 claims.

Paul M. Hergenrother, of Yorktown. Ethynyl and substituted ethynyl-treminated polysulfones. No. 4,565,886. 2 claims.

Paul M. Espelage, of Salem, and James M. Nowak, of Roanoke. Twelve pulse ac motor drive. No. 4,565,953. 10 claims.

Linda L. Reidenouer, of Charlottesville. Television viewing time regulator. No. 4,566,033. 7 claims.

Fredrica Coates, of Charlottesville. Combination carrying bag for infant accessories and diapering station. No. 4,566,130. 17 claims.

Bert C. Deis, of Hampton. Drop foot corrective device. No. 4,566,447. 4 claims.

Bernard A. Semp and Daniel M. Teng, both of Richmond. Process for dissimilatory denitrification of tobacco materials. No. 4,566,469. 21 claims.

Julius Hermes, of Martinsville. Apparatus for winding yarn. No. 4,566,645. 13 claims.

Edward C. Fredericks, of Haymarket; Herbert L. Greenhaus and Madan M. Nanda, both of Reston; and Giorgio G. Via, of McLean. Multi-level resist image reversal lithography process. No. 4,567,132. 2 claims.

Paul M. Hengenrother, of Yorktown, and Stephen J. Havens, of Newport News. Ethynyl terminated ester oligomers and polymers therefrom. No. 4,567,240. 14 claims.

Larry R. Barnett, of Manassas; Yue-Ying Lau, of Silver Spring, Md.; Kwo R. Chu, of Annandale; and Victor L. Granatstein, of Silver Spring, Md. Wide-band distributed rf coupler. No. 4,567,401. 13 claims.

John W. Ecklin, of Alexandria. Biased unitiozed motor alternator with stationary armature and field. No. 4,567,407. 8 claims.

Berry S. Boyd, of Arlington. Directional controller apparatus for a video or computer input. No. 4,567,479. 1 claim.

Robert M. Dunn, of Alexandria. Power-driven lawnmower. No. 4,559,768. 29 claims.

Manfred Goetz, of Clifton. Ceramic stove. No. 4,559,923. 7 claims.

Helmut H. Pistor, of Fairfax. Etched multichannel electrical connector. No. 4,560,220. 4 claims.

Charles W. Kouns, of Alexandria. Optical method for remote determination of the geological nature of homogeneous surface. No. 4,560,279. 5 claims.

Edward P. Klein and Thomas M. Neider, both of Covington. Apparatus for measuring concentration of dissolved solids in a pulp mat. No. 4,560,440. 2 claims.

Young S. Lo, of Richmond. Process and intermediates for the preparation of aryl-substituted pyrido (1,4) benzodiazepines. No. 4,560,510. 13 claims.

Phillip R. Manning, of Hampton. Long-wearing contact tip for insert gas arc welding. No. 4,560,858. 15 claims.

Harold G. Paxton, of Richmond. Tow apparatus and method of installation. No. 4,561,375. 10 claims.

William B. Edwards III and Yoram Houminer, both of Richmond. 1,4-Diacylpiperazine flavored smoking compositions. No. 4,561,451. 8 claims.

Virgil L. Frantz, of Salem. Relay valve. No. 4,561,464. 6 claims.

Lewis B. Medin Jr., of Blue Ridge. Mounting bracket for a junction box. No. 4,561,615. 4 claims.

Karl A. Schellenberg, of Virginia Beach. Solid phase scintillation counting method. No. 4,562,158. 15 claims.

Richard K. Davis, of Charlottesville, et al. Stylus type touch probe system. No. 4,562,392. 8 claims.

Robert J. Loyzim, of Christiansburg, and Michael P. Blythe, of Sterling. Modulation scheme for pwm-type amplifiers or motors. No. 4,562,393. 11 claims.

Paul M. Espelage, of Salem, et al. Phase-locked loop control of an induction motor drive. No. 4,562,396.

Robert L. Fisher, of Christiansburg. Brushless dc tachometer. No. 4,562,399. 12 claims.