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March 15, 1938„
J. SÍNKO
2,111 ,302
CIGAR LIGHTER
Filed June ll, 1935
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Patented Mar. 15, 1938
2,111,302
UNITED STATES
PATENT OFFICE ~
2,111,302
_ CIGAR LIGHTER
John Siliko, Chicago, Ill.
Application June 1_1, 1935, Serial No. 25,968
i9 Claims. (Cl. 21S-32)
This invention relates to cigar lighters of the
type used in automobiles, and more particularly
to the kind known as the “wireless type” because
a separable plug which is first heated in a socket
may then be removed from the socket for lighting
a cigar, cigarette or pipe.
In the form of this invention chosen for illus
tration, there is provided a tubular socket mem
ber having ñxed therein an outwardly opening
10 cup member at the base of which, and insulated
therefrom, is a suitable contact member con
nected to a wire extending out through the rear
end of the socket. Extending into the front end
of the socket is the plug member which includes
a Contact ring engaging said cup member and
pressing against a spring in said plug which nor
lighter shown in Fig. i.
Fig. ¿i is a section substantially along the line
t-d of Fig. 3.
Fig. 5 is a section substantially along the line w
5_5 oi Fig. 3.
Fig. 6 is a section substantially along the line
@-6 oi Fig. 3.
Fig. 7 is a perspective view of the contact in
sert shown in Fig. 3; and
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Fig. 8 is a. sectional view of a modiñed shape
ci handle.
contact member. ‘I'he plug also carries a heat
ing element which is connected to said ring and
which makes contact with said contact member
Although this invention may take numerous
forms, only one has been chosen for illustration,
together with a slightly modiiied handle there N) 0
for. in this forni there is provided a tubular
socket member lli which, at its front and open
end, is provided with a flange l2 which may rest
element becomes incandescent the handle will
against the dashboard i3 of an automobile or
glow, the glow preferably being concentrated
other support through which the socket mem- 25
ber it extends. To hold the socket member in
place there is a iJ-shaped clamp i4 which is
provided at its end with an aperture through
around its rim.
Cigar lighters of the general type in which
a plug carrying the ignition element is removed
after the ignition element has been heated, have
30 been known for some time, and in fact one oi
these is disclosed in my co-pending application,
Serial No. 724,849, of which the present lighter
may be considered an improvement.
It is an object of the present invention to pro-s
vide a cigar lighter of simplified and yet thor
oughly dependable construction.
It is a further object to provide a cigar lighter
in which both the handle and the heating unit
may be very easily removed for replacement or
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Fig. 2 is an end elevation of the structure
shown in Fig. l, the connecting wire being shown »
in section.
Fig. 3 is an enlarged sectional view of the
mally keeps said plug out of contact with said
when the plug is pressed inwardly against the
spring. The handle of the plug member is trans
lucent and so arranged that when the ignition
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relationship to the dashboard of an' automobile,
or other supporting member.
repair.
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It is an additional object of this invention to
provide a translucent handle having its surface
which faces the ignition element so shaped as
to direct the rays of light to the shoulder at the
base of the handle.
Another object is to have both of the necessary
contacts made by positive pressure, as distin
guished from the mere sliding contact heretofore
common.
which a threaded bushing i6 on the back end of
the socket li extends. A suitable nut l'l screws 30
on the bushing i6 against a lock washer I8 bear
ing on the U-shaped clamp' I4. Thus it is seen
that tightening the nut l'l tightens the flange l2
against the iront of the dashboard i3 and like
wise tightens the clamp l@ against the back of 03 5
the dashboard. It should be understood, of
course, that the socket il may be secured in
place in any other manner that might be desired.
The bushing i6 may be secured to the socket Il
in any suitable manner, as by having a reduced
neck portion extending therethrough and turned
over, as illustrated in Fig. 3. A steel disc 2| with
a raised rim 20 lays in the back end I9 of the
socket Il, and is rigidly secured in position by
crimping the top oi the bushing IB. 'I'his disc 45
provides a slightly resilient mounting for and
insures a positive engagement with one of the
terminal members, as will be hereinafter ex
plained.
Fig. 1 is an elevational view of the form of the
Located within the socket ll and at its inner 50
end is a suitable contact unit, such as is shown in
Fig. 7. This unit is preferably made up of an
inner cup 22, an outer cup 23 and a contact ele
ment or cup 24, all secured together by a terminal
invention chosen for illustration, showing its
bushing 26 which has a reduced neck portion 55
Other advantages and objects of my invention
will be apparent from the following description,`
taken with the drawing, in which:
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turned over as shown. The terminal bushing 26
and the contact element 24 should both be insu
lated from the cups 22 and 23, as by suitable
layers of mica 21 as illustrated. There may also
Ul be a washer of insulation between the discs 21
of mica to center the bushing 26 with respect to
the cups, but this is not necessary since the mica
discs themselves perform this function. The in
ner cup 22 is preferably provided with slots 28
il through which are bent tongues 29 cut from the
socket Il. A wire, preferably made up of the
strands 3|, is secured within the bushing 26, as
by soldering or crimping, and extends through
thebushing |6, being insulated therefrom by the
usual insulating covering 32 on the wire. The
cup 22 not only serves-as a mounting for cup
23 by receiving tongues 29 in slots 28, but also
serves to space the cup 23 away from the far end
of the socket to permit the use of an elongated
bushing 26 to carry a substantial length of wire
3| and serve as a, housing for the bushing.
In assembling the socket unit the wire is first
attached to the contact unit shown in Fig. 'l and
then threaded through the socket || and bush
ing |6 and drawn out until the cup 22 strikes the
reinforcing disc 2|. The tongues 29 are then
bent over, passing inwardly through the slots 28,
thus securing the contact unit in place. By
shaping the washer 2|, as shown, the cup 22 is
30 positioned in the best location for coaction with
the tongues 29, and a slight degree of resiliency
prevents any looseness. Furthermore, a bearing
surface for the cup 22 is formed by rim 20 per
pendicular to the side walls of socket ||, thus
35 avoiding difliculties due to the rounded inner cor
ners of the socket ||. The outer cup 23 is pref
erably provided with holes 33 which are alined
with holes 34 in the socket ||, thereby ventilat
ing the inside of the outer cup 23 even when the
plug is in place.
The plug includes the handle 36 which may be
made of glass or any other material, preferably
translucent so that it will glow when the heating
element is heated to incandescence. A sleeve 31
of insulating material is preferably screwed onto
the handle 36, and a support member 38 is
screwed into the other end of the sleeve 31. The
plug is retained in the socket in any suitable
manner as by a leaf spring 35 formed as a tongue
cut from the socket ||, and bearing on the side
of the sleeve 31. The support member 38 mayl
comprise a rim having formed integrally there
with the spokes 39 at the center of which 1s
formed an elongated hub 4|. To this support
55 member 38 is secured a heating unit 42 which is
preferably of a standard form so that it may be
readily interchanged with other units. This
heating unit may desirably include an inwardly
facing cup 43 and a helix of resistance wire or
60 ribbon 44 secured at one end to the sleeve 43
and at the other end to the head 46 of a bolt 41
which passes through the cup 43 and the hub 4|.
The cup 43 has a suitable aperture 48 in its base
which may be the space- between spokes 58 form
ing the base. A collar 45 rests on the center
support for the spokes 50 to carry the head 46 of
the bolt 41 within the cup. The heating element
44 is electrically insulated from the base of the
cup 43 including the said spokes, as by a sheet
of mica 49 cut to register with the spokes and
fitting under the collar 45. On the back of the
base of the cup 43 is another insulating washer
5| which may be formed of mica, against which
- there is a nut 52 which clamps the cup 43 against
75 the heating element 44. Another nut 53, also
screwed on the bolt 41, in turn clamps the nut 52
against the hub 4|, thereby rigidly mounting the
cup 43 on the support member.
Carried between the support member 38 and
the cup 43 is a contact ring 56 which may be
guided by a cylindrically shaped flange 51 ex
tending forwardly between the inner and outer
edges of the ring, and sliding inside of the rim of
support member 38. Between the ring 56 and
the spokes 39 is positioned a spring 58 under 10
compression which tends to separate the support
member from the contact ring 56 pushing the
contact ring against the cup 43.
` As the plug is inserted in the socket | | the con
tact ring 56 engages the outer cup 23 of the con 15
tact unit fixed at the inner end of the socket ||.
The spring 58 normally prevents further inward
movement of the rest of the plug, but when suñi
cient pressure is exerted on the handle 36 to
overcome the force of the spring 58, all of the 20
plug vexcept the contact ring 48 is moved further
inwardly until the cup 43 contacts the fixed con
tact element 24. A circuit is thus completed
from the wire 3| through the bushing 26, the
contact element 24, the cup'43, the heating ele 25
ment 44, bolt 41, spokes 39, sleeve 38 or spring
58, to the contact ring 5|, and from thence
through the outer cup 23 and the inner cup 22
to the reinforcing disc 2| and to ground through
the bushing I6 and the clamp |4 or the socket Il 30
and flange |2.
It should be noted that contact ring 56 is pref
erably spaced from the walls of socket || so that
there can be no chance of its not seating properly
on the cup 23. It therefore contacts the cup 23
with positive pressure exerted by the spring 58,
this pressure being at itsmaximum when the
spring is compressed by moving the plug to heat
ing position. The cup 23 may also be spaced
from the side walls of socket | | or it may be 40
crimped, as at 60, to furnish a dependable seat
for the contact ring 56 even though it is of small
er diameter than the bore of the socket ||. By
making the support member 38 likewise smaller in
diameter than the interior of socket ||, the slid
ing of metal on metal is prevented, the sleeve 31
being made of a relatively soft though rigid ma
terial such as that known commercially as bake
lite. This' results in an unusually smooth action
in sliding the plug into the socket.
The handle 36 is preferably made entirely of' a
translucent material, though if preferred' only
certain portions thereof may be translucent. In
any event, it is preferred that the peripheral por
tion at the base be translucent and so shaped as 55
to concentrate along the annular shoulder 6|
most of the light entering it from the ignition
element. The advantage of this is that even
though a person hide the main part of the handle
with his hand, some portion of the annular 60
shoulder 6| is almost certain to be visible. This
shoulder in fact comprises an annular flange at
the base of the handle which glows and which is
always in view.
Two preferred shapes for the inner faces of
the handle are illustrated. In4 both of these
forms it will be noted that the peripheral portion
62 of the inner face is positioned to face sub
stantially directly toward the ignition element,
with the result that nearly all the light striking
this portion passes through the surface and con
tinues on to the shoulder 6|, as indicated by the
dotted line “a” in Fig. 3. In this form it is pos
sible that the inner surface, or at least the por- ~
tion 62 thereof, be smooth or polished. And this 75
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portion may be considered a lens surface for
focusing'the rays on the shoulder 6 I. The curva
ture of this surface may be continued further if
preferred. The more central portion 63 of the
inner surface in Fig. 3 is of conical shape and
inclined at such an angle that a large portion of
the light striking this surface, as indicated by the
line “b”, is reflected thereby to strike the corre
sponding portion of this surface on the opposite
side thereofwhere a portion of the light striking
this surface passes therethrough and is refracted
by the translucent material so as to strike the
secured thereto, a positioning ring for en
gaging said stop contact and movable length
wise relatively to said support member, a spring
engaging said ring and pushing the rest of the
plug rearwardly therefrom and away from said
contact, and a flange formed on said ring and ,
extending rearwardly therefrom, for guiding it
by a sliding engagement with said support mem
ber, said plug contacting said base contact as
it is pushed -forward. against the tension of said
spring.
3. A cigar lighter including a tubular socket
lower portion of the shoulder 6 I. Where the light
ñrst strikes the surface 63 along the line “b”,
15 that portion of it which enters the surface is
sharply deflected by refraction so that it also
reaches the shoulder 6I rather than passing out
member provided with a base-contact and a stop
contact in said socket, said member being adapted
for insertion into the dashboard of a car; a plug 15
removably held in said socket and including a
support member, a heater unit secured thereto
through the far end of the handle. The lines a
and b have not been drawn with the idea of
20 representing the course of light exactly, but mere
ly to illustrate the general principle. It should be
understood, of course, that the degree of refrac
tion will depend upon the material of which the
handle 36 is made.
In the Fig. 8 form especially, it may be pre
25
ferred that the concave portion 63 of the inner
surface be roughed, as by grinding. In this event,
the portion 62 may be reduced to bring the sur
face 63 closer to the shoulder 6|, this being de
30 sirable when the surface 63 acts as a secondary
light source.
It may be observed that the space between the
sleeve 38 and _the hub 4I forms an annular pas
sage which directs most of the light from the
35. ignition element toward the outer portion of the
and including a cup spaced forwardly therefrom,
a positioning ring for engaging said stop andmovable relatively to said plug between said sup
port member and said cup, a spring engaging said
ring and pushing the rest of the plug rearwardly
therefrom and away from said contact, said plug
contacting said base contact as it is pushed for
ward against the tension of said spring.
4. A cigar lighter including a tubular socket
member provided with a base-contact and a stop
inner surface.
The result is that even if this
outer portion of the surface is perpendicular to
the axis of the socket Il, the shoulder 6I will be
fairly well illuminated. This alone would make
40 a very desirable lighter and may be considered
as within the scope of this invention, but this
invention goes further and contemplates causing
this annular shoulder to glow with even greater
brilliance. It should be understood, of course,
45 that some light striking the handle 36 at a point
nearer the center than the line b will pass there
through and-‘cause the far end of the handle to
within said socket and including a support mem
ber, a heater unit secured thereto, a positioning 30
ring for engaging said stop and movable length- <
wise relatively to said support member, a spring
engaging s_aid ring and pushing the rest of the
plug rearwardly therefrom, said plug contacting
said base contact as it is pushed forward against
the tension of said spring.
5. A cigar lighter including a socket member
provided with a base-contact and a stop con
tact within said socket; a plug removably held
in said socket and including a support member 40
having a rim and a transverse portion, .a heater
unit secured to said transverse portion and in
cluding a cup spaced forwardly from said rim, a
positioning ring for engaging said stop »and mov
able relatively to said plug between said support
member and said cup, a spring compressed be
tween said ring and said transverse portion and
glow slightly so that if in some unusual manner
pushing the rest of the plug rearwardly from said
the entire shoulder 6| is covered up, the glow
ring and away from said contact portion, and a
flange formed on said ring and extending rear 50
wardly therefrom for guiding it by a sliding en
50 on the handle may still be seen.
It is to be understood that numerous details
of the construction shown may be‘ altered or
omitted without departing from my invention as
defined by the following claims.
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contact within said socket; a plug removably held
gagement with said support member, said plug
contacting said base Contact as it is pushed for
ward against the tension of said spring.
'
1. A cigar lighter including a tubular socket
member having a base contact and a stop con
6. A. cigar lighter including a socket, a con 55
tact and a stop in said socket; a plug removably
held in said socket and including a support mem
tact within said socket; a plug removably held
ber having a rim and a transverse portion, a
within said socket and including a support mem
heater unit secured to said transverse portion
and including a cup spaced forwardly from said 60
rim, a positioning ring for engaging said stop and
movable relatively to said plug between said sup
port member and said cup, a spring compressed
between said ring and said transverse portion and
pushing the rest of the plug' rearwardly from said
ring and away from said contact portion; said
plug contacting said contact as it is pushed for
ward against the tension of said spring.
7. A plug for a cigar lighter comprising a han
dle, a sleeve of insulating material secured to said
handle, a support member secured to said sleeve
I claim:
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60 ber, a heater unit secured thereto and including
a cup spaced forwardly therefrom, a positioning
ring for engaging said stop and movable relative
ly to said plug between said support member and
said cup, a spring engaging said ring and pushing
65 the rest of the plug rearwardly therefrom and
away from said contact, and a flange formed on
said ring and extending rearwardly therefrom,
for guiding it by a sliding engagement with said
support member, said plug contacting said base
contact as it is pushed forward against the ten
sion of said spring.
2. A cigar lighter including a socket member
having a base contact and a stop contact within
said socket; a plug removably held within said
socket and including a support member, a heater
and including a rim and a hub connected togeíhet
by spokes, a heating unit secured rigidly to said
hub, and -a contact ring guided by said rim and
. it.
in its movement by said ignition unit, and
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and a tongue formed on said socket member and
bent around a. portion of said cup member to
a spring urging said contact ring against said
ignition unit.
hold it against said end plate.
8. A plug for a cigar lighter comprising a han
dle, a sleeve of insulating material secured to said
handle, a support member secured to said sleeve
and including a rim and a hub connected to~
gether by spokes, a heating unit secured rigidly
to said hub, and a contact ring guided by said
rim and limited in its movement by said ignition
13. A cigar lighter including a metal socket,
a plug comprising a handle, a sleeve of insulating
material secured to said handle, a support mem
ber secured to said sleeve and including a rim
and a hub connected together by spokes, an igni
tion unit secured rigidly to said hub, and a con
tact ring guided by said rim and limited in its 10
movement by said ignition unit, and a spring
urging said contact ring against said ignition
unit, said rim, ring and ignition unit being of
smaller diameter than the internal diameter of
said socket and the external diameter of said 15
10 unit, and a spring compressed between said spokes
and said contact ring urging said contact ring
against said ignition unit.
9. A cigar lighter including a tubular socket
member, a contact unit within said socket mem
ber including an inwardly facing cupi'nember,
an outwardly facing contact element mounted
thereon and insulated therefrom, and a terminal
bushing mounted on the inside of said cup mem
ber and insulated therefrom, but connected to
20 said contact element, and an elongated conduit
bushing in the inner end of said socket through
sleeve to prevent metal rubbing on metal as said
plug is slid into said socket.
i4. A heater unit, adapted to be mounted on
a removable handle member and inserted into a
socket member having a base terminal and in 20
l sulated therefrom an inwardly extending Wall
which is passed an insulated wire connected to
said terminal bushing, and an outwardly facing
cup member carried by and rigidly secured to
25 said inwardly facing cup member and connected
t0 said socket member.
10. A cigar lighter including a tubular socket
member, a Contact unit within said socket mem
ber including an inwardly facing cup member,
30 an outwardly facing contact element mounted
thereon and insulated therefrom, and a terminal
bushing mounted on the inside of said cup mem
ber and insulated therefrom, but connected to
said contact element, and an elongated conduit
35 bushing in the inner end of said socket through
which is passed an insulated wire connected to
said terminal bushing, and an outwardly facing
cup member carried by said inwardly ~facing cup
member and connected to said socket member,
40 and a plug removably carried by said socket
member and including a heating elementja con
tact element therefor alined with said first named
contact element, and a contact ring engaging
said outwardly facing cup and bearing against
ene end of a spring, the other end of which bears
against said plug to normally space said contact
elements apart.
11. A cigar lighter including a tubular socket
member, a dished end plate within said socket
engaging the central portion of the rear end of
the socket and spaced forwardly therefrom at its
periphery, a contact unit within said socket
member including an inwardly facing cup mem
ber engaging the periphery of said end plate, an
55 outwardly facing contact element mounted there
on and insulated therefrom, and a terminal bush#
ing mounted on the inside of said cup member
. and insulated therefrom, but connected to said
contact element, and an elongated conduit bush
60 ing in the inner end of said socket through which
is passed an insulated Wire connected to said
terminal bushing, and an outwardly facing cup
member carried by and rigidly secured to said
inwardly facing cup member and connected to
said socket member.
12. A cigar lighter including a tubular socket
member, a dished end plate within said socket
engaging the central portion of the rear end of
the socket and spaced forwardly therefrom at
its periphery, a contact unit within said socket
member including an inwardly facing cup mem
ber engaging the periphery of said end plate, an
outwardly facing contact element mounted there
on and insulated therefrom, and a terminal bush
75 ing mounted on the inside of said cup member,
terminal, comprising: a heating coil provided with
a rearwardly extending conducting stern and a
base-terminal contacting member; a collar having
an inwardly extending fiange forming a seat, and 25
having an outwardly extending fiange adapted
to contact the wall-terminal of the socket; a con
ducting compression spring encircling said stem
and resting in said seat; and a conducting sup
port member forming a seat for the outer end 30
of said spring, said member being connected to
the stem and provided with connecting means
for mounting on the handle member.
15. A device as specified in claim 14, in which
the collar is slidably mounted in the support 35
member, and the support member is secured to
the stem against rotation with respect thereto.
16. A device as specified in claim 14, in which
the stem is threaded at its outer end and provided
with a fiat side adapted to slide into non-ro
tatable engagement with an opening in the con
40
ducting support member, and a nut is provided
to draw the stem through the said opening and
partially compress „the spring.
17. A heater unit, adapted to be mounted on
a removable handle member and inserted into a
socket member having a base terminal and in
sulated therefrom an inwardly extending wall
terminal, comprising: a heating member having
a cup adapted to contact the base-terminal when 50
thrust inwardly, a resistance coil having one end
connected to said cup and thel remainder of said
coil insulated therefrom, and a rearwardly ex
tending conducting stem connected to the op
posite end of said coil and fixedly mounted on 55
and insulated from the cup; a collar having an
inwardly extending fiange forming a seat, and
having an outwardly extending fiange adapted
to contact the wall-terminal of the socket; a con
ducting compression spring encircling said stem 60
and resting in said seat; and a conducting sup
port member forming a seat for the outer end of
said spring, said member being connected to the
stem and provided with connecting means for
mounting on the handle member.
18. A cigar lighter including avtubular socket
member adapted to extend through a perforated
panel to form one electrical terminal for a plug
member and having a base contact member in
sulated therefrom; and a plug removably held
within said socket including a handle adapted to
be fully inserted into the socket, an insulating
sleeve threaded to said handle, a support mem
ber threaded to the front end of said sleeve, a
heater unit secured to said support member, a
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positioning ring having a flange for engaging
said socket member to limit its forward travel and
movable lengthwise relatively to said sleeve and
support member, -and a spring in front of said
handle engaging said ring and urging the rest of
the plug rearwardly in said socket, said plug con
tacting said base contact member as it is pushed
forward against the tension of said spring.
19. In a cigar lighter having a metal tubular
10 socket, a plug comprising: a handle; a hollow
sleeve of insulating material secured to the front
of said handle and adapted to be inserted into
said socket; a support member threaded to the
inner front end of said sleeve and including a
rim and a hub connected together by spokes; an
ignition unit secured rigidly to said hub; a slide
ring carried by said sleeve so as to serve as a
guide for the plug, said ring having an internally
directed front flange moveable towards and away
from said ignition unit; and a spring in front of
said handle engaging said flange so as to urge
the ring forwardly, said rim, flange and ignition
unit being of smaller diameter than the internal
diameter of said socket to permit the plug to be
slid into» 'the socket.
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JOHN SINKO.
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Patent No., 2,111,502„
CERMFICATE 0F CORRECTION.,
‘
>
March' 15, 1958„
JOHN simio?
`
It is hereby certified. that erro? appears in ’the prínüed.' specification
of the above numbered patent :ce quîríîng connection as follows: Page LL, second
column, Vlinee 7l, "(2, T5 and TIL ¿'Ll'lcl'uls:îfveD claim 189 for The words. "within
said socket including a handle adapted ‘to be fully inserted into the sockel: „
an insulating sleeve threaded’iso saídhandle 9 ’a support vmember“ Feed within
said socket lncludíng e.I handle „en insulta-ì', ing sleeve tbreadedjbo said handle
and adapted to be fully inserted into ’che socket, a support member; and
that 'the eaìd Letters Patent should'be read with this correction therein
that the same may conform 'Bo the record o1" the case
the Patent“ Off’íce„
Signed and sealed this 15th day of September? A; Do 1958.,
Henry Van Arsdale
(Seal)
Acting Commissioner of' Patenteo
,
`
cEBTïEICATE oF CORRECTION.'
Patent No., 2„111„5o2„
March' 15„ 195e,
JOHN simio,
It ishereby certified that error appears in the printed’ specification
of the above numbered patent r'e quiring correction as -follows: Page Li, second
column, lines Tl, '7.2, '_75 and 74h, inclusive, claim 18, for the words~ Wwithin
seid socket including a handle adapted to be fully inserted into the socket, `
an insulating sleeve tlmceededtol saidhendle , e support Amemberuw read within
said Vsocket includingehend1e,en insulat ing .sleeve threadedto said handle
and adapted to be fully yinsercted into the socket, a support member; end
that the eaid Letters Patent ehould‘be'read with this correction therein
that the seme may conform to the record oi’ the case in' the Petent'4 Office.
Signed and s'ealedthis 15th day of September'y-L,> D., 1958..
(Seal)
y
Hen-ry Van Arsdale
`
Acting Commissioner oi’ Patentedu
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