Patents Represented by Attorney Marden S. Gordon
  • Patent number: 3961602
    Abstract: A protective cover intended to be applied over butt plates of door hinges to protect them from paint spray and the like while the door or door jamb are being painted, the covers consisting of a flat sheet of material having an even coating of pressure sensitive adhesive applied completely over the back surface thereof and with there being a thin sheet of protective film backing applied over the pressure sensitive adhesive to protect the same until the cover is to be used.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: June 16, 1975
    Date of Patent: June 8, 1976
    Inventor: Robert E. Dresser
  • Patent number: 3953892
    Abstract: A safety swim cap provided in a variety of fluorescent colors and consisting of a multitude of interconnected deflatable tubes disposed in a network to provide an outer rim surrounding an individual's head at the forehead portion thereof and criss-crossing tubes extending over the top of the individual's head, the tubes being inflatable from a single valve, and with a chin strap and buckle arrangement extending down from opposite portions of the rim tube in a manner to be secured beneath an individual's chin to retain the cap in position on the individual's head. These fluorescent colors will provide sharp visibility in placid or rough waters.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: March 4, 1975
    Date of Patent: May 4, 1976
    Inventors: James R. Kennedy, Carole Joy Kennedy
  • Patent number: 3945568
    Abstract: A scented Christmas tree ornament intended for support on Christmas trees of the live or artificial type and wherein the ornament consists of a top section and a bottom section which are detachably threaded together and which define a hollow compartment interiorly thereof, the side walls of the ornament being provided with a multiplicity of small holes and perforations in communication with the compartment, and with the bottom section having supported therein a pedestal type stand with a cup at the top thereof adapted to receive therein a capsule of pine-scented liquid with the capsule being broken so that the liquid is contained in the cup and with the pine scent thereof emanating through the compartment and out of the holes and perforations into the surrounding atmosphere to provide a natural pine scent to the surrounding atmosphere.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 13, 1974
    Date of Patent: March 23, 1976
    Inventor: William E. Bychowski
  • Patent number: 3946360
    Abstract: A warning system for a vehicle to warn the vehicle driver upon contact of the vehicle's front or back bumper with an obstacle, such as another vehicle bumper when parking, including pressure sensitive electrical contacts in bumper guards affixed to the front and back vehicle bumpers and connected by suitable insulated electrical wiring to the vehicle battery and to a light and buzzer mounted in the vehicle passenger compartment for both visibly and audibly signalling to the vehicle driver upon contact of the bumpers with any obstacle.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: December 19, 1974
    Date of Patent: March 23, 1976
    Inventor: Daniel J. Serritella
  • Patent number: 3942715
    Abstract: A rural delivery type mailbox having an elongated hollow container with a single mail receiving compartment therein, the container normally mounted adjacent a roadway and having a front end with a door therein for the insertion of mail into the compartment, and provided with a door in the rear wall of the container to permit removal of the mail from the compartment without having to force an individual to step into the adjacent roadway and expose himself to oncoming traffic. The rear entrance includes a door hinged at the bottom whereas the front entrance has the hinge at the top such that access to the mail compartment may be gained from both ends of the mailbox.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 24, 1973
    Date of Patent: March 9, 1976
    Inventor: Fred E. Anderson
  • Patent number: 3932909
    Abstract: A self-powered scrub brush intended for use by individuals in the cleansing of portions of their bodies, the scrub brush including a housing having a brush rotatively supported therein and projecting thereoutof, a hollow handle including a soap dispenser associated with the housing for dispensing soap thereinto, a valve for controlling the dispensing of the soap from the handle into the housing, a helical spring disposed between the brush and the housing in a manner to be wound and tightened upon rotation of the brush in a first direction with the spring then powering the rotation of the brush in the opposite direction, and a cord wrapped about the brush and extending outwardly of the housing for manual rotation of the brush in a direction to wind the spring. Holes are provided in the base of the brush for discharging the soap dispensed from the handle directly into the bristles of the brush for application to the skin of an individual for cleansing the same.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: October 25, 1974
    Date of Patent: January 20, 1976
    Inventors: George Beldon Johnson, Virginia M. Johnson
  • Patent number: 3932900
    Abstract: A weighted float device supported on a rod to be connected to the conventional float associated with a toilet flush mechanism and projecting downwardly from the float into the tank water and including compensation adjustment weights thereon for adjusting the amount of floatation of the device to compensate for differences in water pressure and weights of conventional type floats.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: September 16, 1974
    Date of Patent: January 20, 1976
    Inventors: Victor Huston, James R. Huston
  • Patent number: 3933117
    Abstract: A distress warning device intended for use on vehicles and the like and including a suction cup base with a telescopic mast affixed thereto and projecting upwardly therefrom and terminating in a hollow elongated cylindrically shaped ball member having hemi-spherical dome shaped ends and having its exterior surface coated with an iridescent reflective type paint so that the cylinder will be highly visible in both daylight and at night when subjected to light rays such as from a beam of light off an approaching vehicle.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: November 4, 1974
    Date of Patent: January 20, 1976
    Inventor: Peter J. Maietta