Abstract: A machine for vending newspapers which will allow a customer to receive a single paper in a stack of papers. The papers are housed in a compartment wherein the customer places the correct change, i.e. a quarter, in the coin receptacle and shifts the same inwardly to disengage a latch mechanism and allowing the customer to pull a handle mechanism outwardly by use of pins and push plate and receive a single newspaper only. By use of a spring interiorly of the dispenser, the handle and its mechanism are returned to latched position.
Abstract: A tool for removing nuts having slots around its circumference and nuts having varying circumferences. The tool is provided with downwardly and integrally extending short ears. The ears extend downwardly at various edges of the tool having greater distances from each other. The tool is also provided with an outwardly integrally formed Allen wrench and the tool is also provided with an elongated Allen wrench extending outwardly of the tool.
Abstract: An elongated, heavy plastic strip substantially covering the stile of a door containing the door handle and extending in a vertical direction therefrom and removably secured to the door handle at one end and having elements to removably secure the plastic strip to the lower end of the bottom rail of the door.
Abstract: A device to assemble buttons of the type having a safety pin associated with a fastening member including an outer shell having a covering. The present invention is directed to the mechanism snap-out of the finished button and a cam and bar for automatically adjusting the length of travel of the upper die.
Abstract: A trencher machine for attachment to a tractor movably mounted hydraulically for up and down movement relative thereto, boom means for adjusting the depth of the cut in the soil, boom means pivotally mounted on a support means including cutting means thereon.
Abstract: A device for cutting discs of paper of either a diameter of 21/4" to 23/4" with means to adjust the depth of the cutter blade all contained in a circular, stationary container and incorporating means to rotate the cutter blade.
Abstract: A four piece golf club display rack made entirely of molded plastic having a lower anchoring member to which a support is removably secured to support the wooden heads of golf clubs and grip portions of iron golf clubs and an upper supporting member removably secured to an upper anchoring member for supporting the heads of iron golf clubs and the grip portions of the wooden clubs.
Abstract: A hinge construction for a cabinet door having nylon dowel rods partially positioned in the upper and lower ends of the door adjacent one end thereof and projecting outwardly thereof for positioning in aligned bores adjacent the edge of the cabinet upper and lower walls, with a thick nylon washer on the lower dowel.
Abstract: This disclosure concerns a new and distinct variety of Acer Rubrum, commonly known as red maple tree, characterized by its strong structure which resists storm damage extremely better than other red maples, the tendency of the tertiary branches to be short and spur-like, and the branching on young trees having a simple, bold appearance.
Abstract: A new and distinct variety of cultivar of Ginkgo tree of the Ginkgo biloba type characterized by a more compact habit of growth and a more desirable arrangement of branches growing at a favorable angle from the trunk and the crown having a full, dense, moderate spread.
Abstract: This disclosure concerns a new and distinct variety of Acer saccharum, commonly known as sugar maple tree, characterized by a symmetrically shaped head at a very early age, not seen in the usual sugar maple tree, with a straight leader, an abundance of branches and a vigorous and hearty growth habit.
Abstract: A new variety of Nandina domestica Thunb. distinguished by a new and improved combination of characteristics never previously exhibited in a heavenly bamboo of new leaves of a rich bronze that change to a metallic bluish green at maturity and in winter develop a uniform reddish purple tint, densely branched, mounded spreading habit and stoloniferous growth, ranging in size from two to three feet in height and two and one half to four feet wide.
Abstract: This disclosure concerns a new and distinct variety of Grandiflora Amelanchier characterized by its exceptional vigorous growth habit with an abundance of pure white flowers in the spring, and thick, glossy leaves turning a brilliant red color in the fall of the year all substantially simultaneously.
Abstract: A new and distinct variety of pecan tree distinguished by its resistance to cold weather and its ability to produce a high yield nut crop farther north, i.e. as far north as Nevada, Mo., and more consistently than any southern variety, the fruit ripening in midseason all at the same time and being exceptionally easy to harvest. This new pecan tree is resistant to pecan weevils and scab disease prevalent in other varieties in the same orchard, and because of its open center growth with widely branching limbs, there is good air circulation between the leaves which materially reduces the incidents of mildew or fungus diseases. The growth rate of this tree is unusually rapid with nut production occurring four years after being grafted. The nuts generally run about fifty-five to the pound and the cracking percentage in approximately fifty-five to sixty percent.