Washington, D.C.

Michael C. Olshausen. Accessory lock and article storage device for bicycles and the like. No. 4,468,939, 6 Claims.

Teresa A. Zabala, et al. Combination folding stool and dolly. No. 4,471,969. 6 Claims.

Otto A. Gansow, et al. Metal chelate conjugate monoclonal antibodies. No. 4,472,509. 29 Claims.


Robert G. Moores Jr., of Reisterstown. Hammer-drill for masonry fasteners. No. 4,468,826. 24 Claims.

John C. Perry, of Baltimore. Satellite packaging system. No. 4,468,95. 20 Claims.

Bruce Burns, of Churchville, and William Donovan, of Aberdeen. Armor piercing ammunition having interlocking means. No. 4,469,027. 6 Claims.

Samantha K. Davi, of Chevy Chase. Apparatus for and methods of utilizing energy to excise pathological tissue. No. 4,469,098. 41 Claims.

Douglas E. Bell, of Takoma Park. Connector bracket for an engine-lifting winch. No. 4,469,307. 11 Claims.

Marshall T. Chewning Jr., of Jarrettsville, and Thomas P. Borgoyn, of Randallstown. Modular connector. No. 4,469,393. 6 Claims.

Jack E. Goodman, of Germantown. Etching fountain. No. 4,469,544. 15 Claims.

Lois A. Beaver, of Rockville, et al. System and apparatus for multi-dimensional real-time chromatography. No. 4,469,601. 36 Claims.

Howard Martin, of Silver Spring. Chemical disinfectant and sterilant composition comprising acidic glutaraldehyde. No. 4,469,614. 7 Claims.

Catherine J. Simmons, Joseph H. Simmons and Pedro B. Macedo, all of Bethesda. Fixation by ion exchange of toxic materials in a glass matrix. No. 4,469,628. 30 Claims.

Edward Ginns, of Bethesda, et al. Radioassay for monosialoglyosphingoliphid (GM1) ganglioside concentration. No. 4,469,795. 8 Claims.

Paul O. P. Ts'o, of Lutherville, and Paul S. Miller, of Baltimore. Nonionic nucleic acid alkyl and aryl phosphonates and processes for manufacture and use thereof. No. 4,469,863. 7 Claims.

Robert C. Gill, of White Plains, and George W. Nauflett, of Baltimore. Process for the preparation of 2,4 dinitro -- 2,4 diazapentane. No. 4,469,888. 5 Claims.

Shu-Cheih P. Wang, of Columbia, and Martin B. Sherwin, of Potomac. Preparation of nitro compounds by vapor phase nitration of carboxylic acids. No. 4,469,904. 20 Claims.

Walter E. Milberger, of Severna Park, and Stephen F. Pyer, of Linthicum. Fast switching driver for inductive load, such as a phase shifter. No. 4,469,961. 11 Claims.

Harry E. Betsill, of Timonium. Capacitively coupled machine tool safety system having a digital quantizer. No. 4,470,046. 2 Claims.

Bertram Magenheim, of Bethesda, et al. Microwave ice accretion meter. No. 4,470,123. 8 Claims.

Richard C. Mott, of Gaithersburg; Robert T. T. Kroll Jr., of Middletown, and Tsvi F. Assal, of Bethesda. Satellite-receiver time division multiple-access burst duration and guard space monitor. No. 4,470,148 7 Claims.

John J. Wozniak, of Columbia. Sutureless vascular anastomosis means and method. No. 4,470,415. 54 Claims.

Hugh S. Hunt, of Potomac. Hybrid vehicles. No. 4,470,476. 3 Claims.

James W. Walsh, of Baltimore, et al. Emergency exit door latch with hydraulic and electronic delay. No. 4,470,625. 17 Claims.

George J. Carroll and Mamie M. Carroll, both of Crownsville. Portable leaf and trash collector. No. 4,470,627. 5 Claims.

Mark L. Bishoff, et al., of Columbia. Interfitting and removable modular storage units, including connectors forming part of a unit as well as sliding support for adjacent units. No. 4,470,647. 30 Claims.

Hillard Berger, deceased (by Adrienne Berger, executrix), and Gordon Walker, all of Baltimore. Method and composition for the elimination of water from an animal body. No. 4,470,975. 7 Claims.

James L. Arthur, of Lutherville. Wrapped and soldered wire termination including slotted spherical terminal and method of producing same. No. 4,471,160. 7 Claims.

William E. Frank, of Baltimore, and Chuck F. Der, of Skyesville. Solid-state radio frequency power generator. No. 4,471,196. 8 Claims.

Pierre Stoermer, of Baldwin, et al. Crystal package for a high-G environment. No. 4,471,259. 7 Claims.

Bernard L. Lewis, of Oxon Hill. Analog to digital converter, No. 4,471,340. 4 Claims.

Dean D. Howard, of Fort Washington. Dual band, low sidelobe, high efficiency mirror antenna. No. 4,471,359. 3 Claims.

Kenneth W. Yee, of Rockville, et al. Rotating tool-wear monitoring apparatus. No. 4,471,444. 10 Claims.

James E. Vesper, of Potomac. Humidifier. No. Re. 31,675. 8 Claims.

John Goudie, of Temple Hills. Display frames. No. 4,471,548. 13 Claims.

John E. Martin, of Timonium. Two-way operating ball enclosed vehicle. No. 4,471,567. 14 Claims.

James H. Carpenter and Donald G. Corderman, both of Hagerstown. Van retention apparatus for abrasive blasting mechanism. No. 4,471,583. 12 Claims.

Elijah C. Walker, of Takoma Park. Blood pressure cuff calibration system. No. 4,471,646. 10 Claims.

Everard F. Cox, of Hampstead. Static tracheostomy tube. No. 4,471,776. 6 Claims.

Oscar E. Parker, of Glen Burnie. Universal modular power and air supply. No. 4,471,898. 8 Claims.

Stephen M. Marlo, of Beltsville. Bench press lifting aid. No. 4,471,956. 5 Claims.

John Engalitcheff Jr., of Gibson Island. Method and apparatus for rehabilitation of damaged limbs. No. 4,471,957. 10 Claims.

William F. Sindelar, of Towson. Homokinetic universal joint. No. 4,472,157. 10 Claims.

John Wright, of Columbia. Hue retention device. No. 4,472,160. 2 Claims.

Herbert M. Bank, of Owings Mills. Package containing a moisture-resistant edible baked container. No. 4,472,440. 9 Claims.

Ian W. Sorensen and Robert S. Kiwak, both of Ellicott City. Secondary matrix reinforcement using carbon microfibers. No. 4,472,541. 2 Claims.

John J. Blouin, of Baltimore. Continuous process for making solid, free-flowing water dispersible pva-aldehyde reaction product. No. 4,472,552. 18 Claims.

John J. Poklemba, of Ijamsville, and Chester J. Wolejsza, of Gaithersburg. Non-pull concurrent carrier clock synchronization. No. 4,472,817. 8 Claims.

Peter Bauer, of Germantown. Fluidic oscillator with resonary interance and dynamic compliance circuit. No. Re. 31,683. 5 Claims.

John J. Blouin, of Baltimore. Continuous process for making solid, free-flowing water dispersible pva-aldehyde reaction product. No. 4,472,552. 18 Claims.

Steven R. Jefferies, of Baltimore. Method of inducing osseous formation by implanting bone-graft material. No. 4,472,840. 8 Claims.

David J. Houck, of Baltimore County. Portable-length probe with improved wheel pick-up arrangement. No. 4,472,881. 4 Claims.

Frederick E. Wang, of Silver Spring. Energy conversion system. No. 4,472,939. 32 Claims.

Neil W. Chamberlain, of Hyattsville. Diesel and electric hydraulic systems for transportation. No. 4,472,944. 1 Claim.

Wayne B. Stone Jr., of Bethesda. Automatic drip coffee maker. No. 4,473,003. 9 Claims.

Nathan Siegel, of Baltimore, and Douglas A. Browning, of Sykesville. Electric ratchet. No. 4,473,226. 7 Claims.

Edward H. David Jr. and Otis G. Zehi, both of College Park, and Michael G. Price, of Seabrook. Method and apparatus for improving the efficiency of an acousto-optic deflector. No. 4,473,275. 17 Claims.

Edward H. David Jr. and Otis G. Zehi, both of College Park, and Michael G. Price, of Seabrook. Acousto-optic deflector utilizing internal deflection. No. 4,473,276. 18 Claims.

Jacob Block, of Rockville. Viscosifier and fluid loss control system. No. 4,473,479. 30 Claims.

Peter C. Green, of Ellicott City, and Jacob Block, of Rockville. High-temperature stable fluid loss control system. No. 4,473,480. 15 Claims.

Walter W. Stewart, of Bethesda. Aminonaphithalimide dyes for intracellular labelling. No. 4,473,693. 4 Claims.

Ta-Lum Yang, of Rockville, et al. Personal acoustic alarm system. No. 4,473,821. 16 Claims.

Maryland Design Patents

Joseph E. Adkinson, of Chevy Chase. Dresser or the like. No. D 275,435.

Arnold d'Epagnier, of Colesville. Door. No. D 275,522.

Robert E. McDaniel, of Bowie. Rechargeable power source with glow plug wrench. No. D 275,548.

Aric W. Moore, of Beltsville. Suspendable bottle rack. No. D 275,626.


J. Treacy O'Hanlan, of Waynesboro. Water-filled pressure relief device with rectangular aperture. No. 4,468,824. 1 Claim.

Terry S. Bullard, of Virginia Beach. Fan cooler. No. 4,468,932. 1 Claim.

Bruce H. DeWoolfson, of Arlington, et al. Container collection apparatus with piston-actuated crusher. No. 4,469,212. 6 Claims.

John O. Dolan, of Midlothian. Method and apparatus for increasing a sprinter's speed. No. 4,469,324. 8 Claims.

Maximillan Ware, of Rapidan. Exercise machine. No. 4,469,325. 11 Claims.

Donald W. Forester, of Springfield. Alloys and method of making. No. 4,469,536. 11 Claims.

Richard F. Ashton, and David S. Thompson, both of Richmond. Aluminum armor plate system. No. 4,469,537. 16 Claims.

James J. Anderson, of Richmond. Low smoke, halohydrocarbon-compatible urethane-isocyanurate foam compositions. No. 4,469,821. 19 Claims.

David J. Bivens, of Danville. Multiple brush carwasher. No. 4,470,167. 15 Claims.

John DeLigh, of Covington. Veneer finishing machine. No. 4,470,224. 5 Claims

Everett W. Southwick, of Richmond, and Harvey J. Grubbs, of Mechanicsville. Smoking compositions. No. 4,470,421. 13 Claims.

Beryl A. Boggs, of Richmond, et al. Inline winder. No. 4,470,553. 6 Claims.

Andrew J. Welebir, of Arlington. 1-Triacontanol plant growth simulator formulations. No. 4,470,840. 29 Claims.

Steven G. Chiknas, of Vienna. Rotor or carrier for centrifugal analyzer and bead washer. No. 4,470,954. 5 Claims.

John A. Babder, of Richmond; Timothy S. Brown, of Chesterfield; Leroy Chi-Tsun Lin, and Donna M. Vultaggio, both of Richmond. Continuous low moisture catalytic method for polymerization of caprolactam. No. 4,471,081. 9 Claims.

Thomas G. Giallorenzi, of Springfield. Amplitude mode magnetic sensors. No. 4,471,219. 7 Claims.

Ziba T. Dearden, of Manassas; Yogishwar K. Puri, of Vienna, and William W. Sproul, III, of Reston. Fast, efficient, small adder. No. 4,471,454. 2 Claims.

Fredrich H. Mann, of Lynchburg, and Ralph R. Sherman, of Forest. Voltage indicating arrangement for a radio transceiver. No. 4,471,492. 15 Claims.

Donald L. Strange-Boston, and William C. Anderson, both of Richmond. Shutter operating system. No. 4,471,574. 12 Claims.

Leslie M. Anstey, of Alexandria; Ralph J. Adolph, of Springfield, and Jack B. Dobler, of Alexandria. Mobile water chiller apparatus. No. 4,471,631. 8 Claims.

James W. Brown, of North. Method of manufacturing and applications of a building panel having a compound or complex curvature. No. 4,471,710. 8 Claims.

James M. Davis Jr., of Mechanicsville, and Howard M. Wilkerson, of Chester. Tobacco mass treatment method. No. 4,471,790. 28 Claims.

Jonas M. Weissbrod, of Newport News. Learning system. No. 4,472,146. 11 Claims.

H. Dunlop Dawbarn, of Augusta County, et al. Textile detexturizing system. No. 4,472,220. 10 Claims.

Richard L. Provost, of Midlothian. Co-refining of aramid fibrids and floc. No. 4,472,241. 7 Claims.

Randall C. Davis, of Poquoson; Thomas T. Bales, of Newport News; Dick M. Royster, of Hampton, and L. Robert Jackson, of Newport News. Curved cap corrugated sheet. No. 4,472,473. 10 Claims.

Lester Weinberger, of Falls Church. Authenticating and anti-counterfeiting device for currency. No. 4,472,627. 18 Claims.

Peter Durenec, of Annandale. Boresight collimator. No. 4,472,632. 5 Claims.

Edward L. Denham, of Charlottesville, and Michael J. Tuso, of Afton. Compensated resolver feedback. No. 4,472,669. 10 Claims.

Honesto D. Quiogue, of Blacksburg. Ballast retaining bracket with pivotable movement. No. 4,472,768. 10 Claims.

Albert Benjaminson, of Arlington. Data selector circuit with channel skipper for data acquisition system. No. 4,472,793. 7 Claims. Nicholas Constantino, of Richmond. Can counter. No. 4,472,819. 11 Claims.

Peter Durence, of Annandale. Adjusting plate retainer. No. 4,472,863. 1 Claim.

Horst F. Arfert, of Midlothian, and Reynaldo P. Leyco, of Chesterfield. Apparatus for enrobing frozen coffectionaries. No. 4,473,027. 6 Claims.

Nicholas H. Maganias, of Reston. Device and method for allergy testing. No. 4,473,083. 12 Claims.

Harvey J. Grubbs, of Mechanicsville, and Yoram Houminer, of Richmond. Flavor release B-hydroxy-ester compositions. No. 4,473,085. 14 Claims.

Robert R. Davis, of Grafton. Flexible coupling device. No. 4,473,359. 4 Claims.

Daine M. Stoakley, and Anne K. St. Clair, both of Poquoson. Process for improving mechanical properties of epoxy resins by addition of cobaltions. No. 4,473,674. 15 Claims.

Honesto D. Quiogue, of Blacksburg. Leveling Luminare hanger. No. 4,473,873. 12 Claims.