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c-xper- | t h r n u c h | Chemical Motor - l;;- in =a nil an increase dividend. Eela- Nash- and of of total Connecticut Patents Co SO L:?t compiled at the offices of i ter and Davis. George J. Belknap. Bridgeport, valve. 1 Walter Buswell, Bridgeport, assigned to Standard Compositor Aktlengesell- echaft. Berlin, Germany, line casting machine. Bernard E. Gagnon, assigned to Bead Chain Mfg. company. Bridgeport, coupling. Joseph M. Lucarelle. assigned to Dictaphone corporation, Bridgeport, control mechanism. Anker S. Lyhne, Bridgeport, vanity box. Gaorgo B. Thomas, assigned to Bryant Electric company, Bridgeport,, canopy fixture. Monroe Guett, assigned to Hart Hegeman Mfg. company, Hartford, radio condenser. Gerald W. Hart, West Hartford, assigned to The Hart Mfg, company, Hartford, thermostatically controlled switch. Joseph Sachs, Hartford, test contact. Morton C. Talcott. assigned to The Billings and Spencer company, Hartford, drop hammer. Alonzo W. Bennett, New Haven, steam turbine. William A. Peck. New Haven, extension bit holder. Morris H. Bennett and H. C. Rochette, assigned to Scovlll Mfg. company, Waterbury. driving mechanism for j phonographs and the like Martin L. Martus, Woodbury, Ed. Becker, and J. G. Ross, Waterbury, radio telephone receiver. Edward J. Godfrey, assigned to Goodyear'B Metallic Rubber Shoe company, Naugatuclc, making brief cases. Thomas L. Perry and P. 8. New London, assigned to The Babcock Printing Press Mfg. company, sheet transfer mechanism for raultlcyllnder presses. George E. Prentice. Berlin, fastener. Edmund A. Bchade, assigned to Stanley Works. New Britain carpenter's plane Jeose A B. Smith. Stamford, assigned to Underwood Typewriter company, New YorK N. Y., typewriting mat Fernley H. Banbury, assigned by nienne alignments to The Parrel-Bir- mlnKh?m company, Inc., Ansonla, exchange roll. Walter H. Wheeler, Jr.. and J Ogderi. assigned to Pitney-Bowes nt;r' Meter company, Stamford, pijst- marklng ana stamp cancelling machine Trade-Mario. The H. B. I\es company, New sa*h lor-k^, and door bolts (renewed). Stanley Rule and Level rsmpany, assigned to The Stanley Works, New tulu, edge tools (renewedi was practically completed in federal couit here today in the trial of Frederick Sutherland of New Haven former employe In the Internal Revenue Bureau in Washington At the adjournment of court Sutherland was still the witness stand after five hours' examination Cross-examination of witnesses will be concluded tomorrow morning and it is expected that the case will be given to the Jury some time tomorrow The dull procedure of the case had been marked b hours of highly technical testimony was sharpened late todaj, when butheiland was called upon to describe a meeting with Joseph Brady, assistant counsel of 'New Haven' Railroad the chief government witness In the conspiracy case Sutherland charged that Mr Brady

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  1. The Bridgeport Telegram,
  2. 09 Dec 1927, Fri,
  3. Page 25

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