Washington, D.C.

Michael C. Olshausen of Washington, D.C. Accessory lock and article storage device for bicycles and the like. No. 4,577,477. 5 claims.

Maryland Design Patent

Milton Lewis of Baltimore. Game board. No. D-283,142.


Milton Clar, of Bethesda, and Berclay Booth, of Potomac. Method of treating printed computer paper. No. 4,573,409. 3 claims.

Alan H. Rich, of Fort Washington; Douglas E. Gassterland, of Potomac; and Thomas E. Tedder, of Silver Spring. Optical coupling device for biomicroscope. No. 4,573,467. 15 claims.

Robert E. Fischell, of Silver Spring, et al. Refillable medication infusion apparatus. No. 4,573,994. 64 claims.

William M. Waters of Millersville. Fixed aperture, rotating feed, beam scanning antenna system. No. 4,574,287. 7 claims.

Richard G. Carlgren, of Gaithersburg; Martin A. Reed, of Rockville; and Walter S. Rosenbaum, of Bethesda. Mixed-mode enhanced-resolution hyphenation function for a text processing system. No. 4,574,363. 10 claims.

Dominique Gignoux, of Bethesda, and Russell Murray, of Laurel. Apparatus and method for measuring thickness. No. 4,574,387. 8 claims.

John E. Dibbern Jr., of Street, and Gregory E. Moores, of Reisterstown. Methods of assembling components of an electric motor. No. 4,574,471. 6 claims.

Stephen D. Landy of Baltimore. Low-power intermittent hanging planter rotator. No. 4,574.521. 12 claims.

Ralph G. Nasatka of Clinton. Vehicle barricade or maximum security barrier. No. 4,574,523. 17 claims.

Steven D. Cline of Baltimore. Access floor panel with edge trim. No. 4,574,555. 4 claims.

William G. Verwey, of Phoenix, et al. Overvarnish unit. No. 4,574,732. 6 claims.

Richard M. Beeghly and William P. Cundiff, both of Cumberland, et al. Tractor tire tread. No. 4,574,857. 8 claims.

John N. Lee, of Silver Spring, and Arthur D. Fisher, of Alexandria, Va. Integrated optical signal processor using diffraction of light by magnetrostatic waves. No. 4,575,179. 21 claims.

Irwin J. Abramovitz of Baltimore. Compact beam splitter for acousto-optic correlator. No. 4,575,191. 11 claims.

Don R. Johnson of Clinton. Laser adjustable intraocular lens and method of altering lens power. No. 4,575,373. 12 claims.

Shiow C. Lin, of Ellicott City, and Craig S. Barber, of Columbia. Conductive thermosetting compositions and process for using same. No. 4,575,432. 4 claims.

Harry Goldie, deceased, late of Randalstown (by Fritzi Goldie, administrator). Microwave discharge apparatus and method with dual function priming resonator. No. 4,575,692. 14 claims.

Carl P. Tresselt of Towson. Double tuned, coupled miscrostrip antenna. No. 4,575,725. 7 claims.

Charles W. Brooks Jr., of Annapolis, and William L. Price, of Severna Park. Programmable interface memory. No. 4,575,814. 34 claims.

Irving F. Barditch of Baltimore. Optical input with electrical readout memory mosaic. No. 4,575,820. 5 claims.

Michael D. Fitzpatrick of Linthicum. Electrically alterable nonvolatile memory. No. 4,575,823. 21 claims.

Seymour Dubroff of Chevy Chase. Intraocular lenses. No. 4,575,878. 10 claims.

John G. Parker, of Olney, and William D. Stanbrow, of Columbia. Electro-optical device and method for monitoring instantaneous singlet oxygen concentration produced during photoradiation using a cw excitation source. No. 4,576,173. 38 claims.

William A. Barr of Gibson Island. Safety parking brake for automatic transmissions. No. 4,576,261. 11 claims.

C. Kenneth Thayer of Silver Spring. Fixture for securing an electrical connector. No. 4,576,431. 9 claims.

Arnold G. Gulko of Silver Spring. Pedal powered watercraft. No. 4,576,580. 12 claims.

William H. Bory of Baltimore. Order change method and apparatus for corrugation machine. No. 4,576,663. 23 claims.

Joseph Weber of Chevy Chase. Energy detection method and apparatus. No. 4,576,777. 69 claims.

George T. Davis and Chawan-Chiang, both of Gaithersburg, and Joseph M. Antonucci, of Kensington, et al. Polyethylene imine-metal salt solid electrolyte. No. 4,576,882. 8 claims.

John A. Kostinko of Bel Air. Rubber compositions containing small particle size zeolites and mixtures. No. 4,576,986. 4 claims.

Walter E. Milberger, of Severna Park, and Franklin B. Jones, of Baltimore. Minature high performance pulsed modulator apparatus. No. 4,577,166. 7 claims.

Gary E. Evans of Trappe. Microstrip line branching coupler having coaxial coupled remote termination. No. 4,577,167. 9 claims.

Richard J. Wiegand of Severna Park. Electronic countermeasures false target system. No. 4,577,192. 3 claims.

Anthony J. Bur, of Rockville, and Steven C. Roth, of Frederick. Dynamic polymer pressure transducer with temperature compensation. No. 4,577,510. 9 claims.

Fredric H. Morris and Alvan M. Morris, both of Bethesda. Automatic ski waxing machine. No. 4,577,586. 16 claims.

Gregory J. Boegner, of Baltimore; Harry J. Walters, of Fallston; and Robert L. Marshner, of Timonium. Press mounted transfer apparatus. No. 4,577,748. 23 claims.

Stanley J. Sarnoff, George B. Calkins and William R. Tarello, all of Bethesda. Plural dosage automatic injector with improved safety. No. 4,578,064. 16 claims.

Donald C. Erickson of Annapolis. Low-energy high purity oxygen plus argon. No. 4,578,095. 20 claims.

Jeffrey O. Hollinger of Glenwood. Polyactic-polyglycolic acids combined with an acidic phospholipid-lysozyme complex for healing osseous tissue. No. 4,578,384. 4 claims.

James R. Griffith, of Riverdale Heights, and Jacques G. O'Rear, of Temple Hills. Fluoroacrylate ester, polymer thereof, and process of making the same. No. 4,578,508. 8 claims.

James E. Degenford, of Ellicott City, and Daniel C. Boire, of Farndale. Monolithic microwave split load phase inverter for push-pull monolithic fet amplifier circuits. No. 4,578,629. 9 claims.

Daniel J. Healey III, of Baltimore, and Hyo K. Hahn, of Columbia. Apparatus for determining frequency versus acceleration characteristics for crystals. No. 4,578,634. 2 claims.

Earnest R. Harrison Jr. of Severna Park. Delay lattice filter for radar doppler processing. No. 4,578,676. 7 claims.

Bernard L. Lewis of Fort Washington. Range doppler coupling magnifier. No. 4,578,677. 11 claims.

Virginia Design Patents

Angelo G. Tornese of Springfield. Guitar body. No. D-282,851.

Franklin D. Harvey of Richmond. Hair pick. No. D-282,875.

Franklin D. Harvey of Richmond. Comb. No. D-282,876.

Franklin D. Harvey of Richmond. Hair lift. No. D-282,877.

Franklin D. Harvey of Richmond. Combined hair pick and lift. No. D-282,975.

Franklin D. Harvey of Richmond. Hair pick. No. D-282,977.

Gilbert F. Meekins of Alexandria. Trophy. No. 283,111.


Berland M. Funkhouser of Winchester. Chain saw cutting table. No. 4,573,385. 5 claims.

Daniel Whitfield of Petersburg. Ignition system. No. 4,573,438. 1 claim.

John M. Hollard of Shawsville. Mobile base for robots and the like. No. 4,573,548. 23 claims.

Brian S. Miller, of Stafford, and Aubrey J. Dunn, of Springfield. Indium bump hybrid bonding method and system. No. 4,573,627. 2 claims.

Bruce H. DeWoolfson, of Vienna, et al. Glass bottle collection and crushing apparatus. No. 4,573,641. 4 claims.

Samuel C. Harris Jr. of Waynesboro. Ribbon tension control. No. 4,573,645. 27 claims.

Richard H. Klem of Arlington. Anti-pitch suspension. No. 4,573,702. 7 claims.

Robert S. Babington of McLean. Liquid delivery apparatus and methods for liquid fuel burners and liquid atomizers. No. 4,573,904. 19 claims.

William Ferrando of Arlington. Suspension method of impregnating active material into composite nickel plaque. No. 4,574,096. 15 claims.

George T. Rado, of McLean; Carmine Vittoria, of Bowie, Md.; and James M. Ferrari, of Springfield. High switching speed electrically tuned microwave magnetic resonance devices. No. 4,574,259. 14 claims.

John R. Bower, of Lynchburg, et al. Sonic apparatus and method for detecting the presence of a gaseous substance in a closed space. No. 4,574,615. 19 claims.

H. Barry Jacobs of Reston. Acupressure apparatus. No. 4,574,787. 19 claims.

Bruce B. Lerman of Charlottesville. Automatic threshold defibrillator. No. 4,574,810. 11 claims.

Norman B. Rainer and Dean M. Siwiec, both of Richmond. Process for increasing the filling power of tobacco. No. 4,574,819. 6 claims.

Eugene B. Fischer, of Chester, and Clifton Lilly, of Richmond. Expanded wrapper and smoking articles including same. No. 4,574,821. 18 claims.

Robert L. Taylor, of Chester; and Danny R. Sink and Daniel F. Cudzik, both of Richmond. Resealable container closure. No. 4,574,975. 47 claims.

James R. Whitney of Annandale. Rain draining lane marker. No. 4,575,278. 31 claims.

Dipak R. Biswas and Satyebata Raychaudhuri, both of Roanoke. Method of applying hermetic coating on optical fiber. No. 4,575,463. 14 claims.

Harry B. Brown of Falls Church. Battery equalizer circuit. No. 4,575,669. 1 claim.

Richard N. Snyder of Lorton. Remote radio blasting. No. 4,576,093. 7 claims.

Helmut Rader of McLean. Drinker shroud. No. 4,576,119. 19 claims.

Eugene A. Manus, Blacksburg, et al. Respiration and heart rate monitoring apparatus. No. 4,576,179. 29 claims.

William L. Lucas, of Henrico County; Clarence M. Masbill III, of Richmond; and Gerald L. Frank and David M. Miller, both of Henrico County. Pneumatic control system, control means therefor and method of making the same. No. 4,576,194. 6 claims.

Steve A. Jarrett and John F. Krzyston, both of Chesterfield County. Method and apparatus for recycling cans. No. 4,576,289. 17 claims.

Charles J. Terio of Arlington. Terrorist vehicle barrier. No. 4,576,507. 11 claims.

Frederick F. Schultz of Exmore. Method of manfacturing a turbomachinery rotor. No. 4,576,770. 6 claims.

Larry W. Dillon, of Ridgeway; Robert L. Jamerson, of Collinsville; and Thomas M. Padgett, of Martinsville. Pile fabrics as woven terry fabrics with diagonal grooves of cut pile. No. 4,576,848. 17 claims.

George Anitole of Arlington. Method for developing natural camouflage patterns. No. 4,576,904. 12 claims.

A. Frank Krause Jr. of Fairfax. Electric gaslight simulative. No. 4,577,265. 12 claims.

Michael G. G. Hopper, of Burke, and Harri G. Prival, of Potomac, Md. Multiple microcomputer system for digital computers. No. 4,577,273. 1 claim.

Theodore Brenig of Lynchburg. Digital decoding arrangement. No. 4,577,332. 6 claims.

D. Lewis Wa and James W. Swain, both of Richmond. Cooked flavors for smoking products. No. Re. 32,095. 12 claims.

Stephen B. Bogese II of Roanoke. Modular connector with improved housing and contact structure. No. 4,577,921. 13 claims.

William P. Moore of Hopewell. Stable ureaform dispersion fertilizers. No. 4,578,105. 18 claims.

Floyd A. Hawkins Jr. of Stanardsville. Method of making a three-dimensional sculptured painting. No. 4,578,131. 3 claims.

Amarnath P. Divecha, of Falls Church; Subbash D. Karmarker, of Great Falls, and John V. Foltz, of Camp Spring, Md. Process for producing graphite fiber/aluminum matrix composites. No. 4,578,287. 7 claims.

Kenneth F. Podraza of Richmond. Smoking compositions containing a dicarbonate ester flavorant-release additive. No. 4,578,486. 4 claims.

Henry F. Gray, of Alexandria, and Richard F. Greene, of Bethesda, Md. Ultra-fast field emitter array vacuum integrated circuit-switching device. No. 4,578,614. 7 claims.

John F. Meekins, of Springfield, and Herbert Gursky, of McLean. Polynominal grating. No. 4,578,804. 4 claims.

Frederick J. Highton of Lynchburg. Received signal strength indicator. No. 4,578,820. 7 claims.