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April 12, 1938.
A; E. RQZIN ET AL
DISPENSING MECHANISM
Filed May 11, 1956
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INVENTORS.
ARTHUR. E. Razz/v
ARRY RV Roz/Iv
April 12,1938.
A. E. ROZIN ET AL
2,114,087
DISPENSING MECHANISM
Filed May 11, 1936
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ARTHUR. E. Rozm/
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Patented Apr. 12, 1938
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE
2,114,087
DISPENSING MECHANISM
Arthur E. Rozin and Harry R. Rozin,
Cincinnati, Ohio
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Application May 11, 1936, Serial No. 79,004
13 Claims.
This’ invention relates to- improvements in a
dispensing device or cabinet, and particularly to
such a device for dispensing paper articles.
The principal object of this invention is the
provision of a dispensing cabinet or mechanism
for dispensing articles made of paper or other
?exible material, and which articles are provided
with a movable flap which is effected by an in
cision or cut in the body of the article, such as
1.0.; toilet seat covers having a flap within the con
?nes of the cover.
Another object of this invention is the pro
vision‘ of a dispensing mechanism for articles of‘
the kind above described which will dispose the
1&- ?apthereof in such a position» as to render it non
interfering during the ejectment of the article.
A further object of the invention is the pro
vision of an efficient dispensing mechanism for
dispensing or ejecting ?at paper or other ?exible
. articles from an enclosing cabinet.
.
A further object of the invention is the pro
vision of a mechanism for accomplishing the
above objects which is relatively inexpensive to
manufacture yet highly e?icient in operation.
Other objects and advantages of the present
inventionshould be readily apparent by reference
to the following speci?cation considered in con
junction with the accompanying drawings form
ing a part thereof and it is to be understood that
,a-n-y modi?cations may be made in the exact
structural details there shown and described,
within the scope of the appended claims, with
out departing from or exceeding the spirit of the
invention.
In the drawings:
Fig. 1 is a front elevation of a dispensing cabi
net or mechanism embodying the improvements
of this invention;
Fig. 2 is a vertical sectional view through the
4o. cabinet as seen from line 2—~2 on Fig. 1;
Fig. 3 is a vertical sectional view through the
cabinet and illustrating in plan the interior of
the back of the cabinet as seen more particularly
from line 3-3 on Fig. 2;
Fig. 4 is an enlarged fragmentary sectional view
illustrating in plan the dispensing mechanism
supported on the interior of the front section of
the cabinet and as seen more particularly from
line 4-4 on Fig. 2;
Fig. 5 is an enlarged detail sectional view as
seen from line 5—5 on Fig. 1;
Fig. 6 is a detail sectional view as seen from line
6-6 on Fig. 4;
Fig. '7 isa fragmentary'sectional view illustrat
,ing the hinge connection of the front section
(01. 312-51‘)
_
with. the back section'- as seen from line l—~‘| on
Fig. 1;
Fig. 8- is a sectional view similar to- Fig. 3, il
lustrating a modi?cation in the supporting mech~
anism;
Fig. 9 is a vertical sectional» view through the
modi?ed cabinet as seenfrom line 9—9 on Fig. 8;
Fig. 10 is a fragmentary sectional view illus
trating a modi?ed dispensing mechanism as seen
10
from line- l0—~l-01on-Fig._9-; and
Fig. 111 is a fragmentary sectional view taken
on‘ line l-|—l IV of Fig. 1-0.
- Throughout the several views of the drawings
similar reference characters are employed‘ to de
note the same- or similar parts.
As was noted‘ above; this invention pertains to
a dispensing cabinet or mechanism for dispensing
paper articles such.as toilet seat covers. These
covers are illustrated in- phantom lines in‘ Fig. 3
and as there shown comprise a body' portion l5w
within. the con?nes of which‘ is a ?ap l-B bounded
by the phantom. lines l'|>.. The flaps "5' have‘ at
one end thereof a neck- l‘8iwhereby they’ are joined
to the body- portion. The covers l5 are each of
relatively‘ thin: paper material andv are manufac
tured in.‘ sheaves or bundles of 250 or more.
In
the past, efforts have been made-to dispense these
covers individually from the sheaf or stack but
it was found that the free end or tab 19 of the
flap l6 would fall beneath the upper surface of
the uppermost cover and‘ when said uppermost
cover was-moved relative to the stack the ?ap l5
carried with it. the covers immediately therebe
neath- which had become hooked with the flap [6
of the uppermost cover. This, of course, resulted
in. a loss of the extra covers and a waste thereof
since they could not be restored to the stack.
By the invention disclosed in this application,
and to be subsequently described in detail, the
above disadvantages have been successfully over 40
come, and by this mechanism the uppermost
cover, and said cover only, is dispensed at one
time.
'
Speci?cally, and referring to the drawings, the
dispensing cabinet or mechanism of this inven
tion comprises afront section 20 and a rear sec
45
tion. 21 hingedly connected to one another by
hinges 2-2 and 23.. The front section 20 is formed
of a piece of bendable material having a front
panel 24 from which is bent the side panels 25 50
and 26. A top panel» 21 is provided and has de
pending; from the front andv side edges thereof
?anges 28 which respectively engage the inner
surfaces of- the front and side panels and are
welded or otherwise secured) thereto. It will be
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appreciated, however, that this front section 20
may have its front, side, and top panels integral
with one another as by being cast, drawn, or
otherwise bent from a single piece of material.
The front panel 24- is provided at its lower end
and intermediate the side panels with a ?nger
opening 29 permitting of engagement with a cover
as it is dispensed beneath the cabinet, and to
effect this dispensing the front section is pro
10 vided with no lower panel. The front panel 24,
near its upper end and intermediate the sides
thereof, is further provided with an aperture 39
through which projects the operating handle for
the dispensing mechanism disposed within the
the dispensing of the covers one at a time.
Any suitable or desirable means may be uti
lized for actually effecting the dispensing of the
covers from the cabinet. There is, however, illus
trated in Figs. 2, 4, 5, and 6 an ei?cient dispens
ing mechanism. As shown in Fig. 4 this mecha
nism utilizes a pair of hooks 45 and 46 respec 10
tively disposed in the upper opposite corners of
the front panel 24 and said hooks are welded or
otherwise secured to the inner surface of the
panel. These hooks have respectively connected
cabinet. In addition, the front panel 24 has se
cured to it, as between the ?nger opening 29
and operating handle opening 36, a pair of op
posed channel members EI and 32 which provide
a holder for an advertising card, instruction card,
therewith one end of springs 41 and 48 which 15
have their other ends connected to the dispensing
or the like.
central point with a ?nger piece 49, see Fig. 5,
which projects through the dispensing ori?ce 30
The rear section 2| of the cabinet, similar to
the front section 26, is provided with a back panel
33 from the opposite sides of which project side
panels 34 and 35. This back section 2| is pro
vided with neither top‘ nor bottom panels since
the top is normally closed by the front section
top panel 21, and since the lower panel is dis
pensed with to provide the opening through
which the contents of the cabinet are disbursed.
The inner surface of the back panel 33 has se
cured to it near the upper end and projecting for
wardly therefrom a pair of hooks 36 and 31
adapted respectively to enter holes or apertures
38 formed in the covers l5. Intermediate the
edges of the back panel 33 and positioned to en
gage the lower or free ends of the ?ap N5 the
said back panel is provided with means for forc
ing forwardly the ?aps I6. As shown in Figs. 2
and 3, this means is in the nature of a plate 39
having at one end thereof a ?ange 46 whereby
the plate is welded or otherwise secured to the
back panel. Projecting outwardly and down
wardly from the ?ange 40 is the body portion 4|
of the plate so bent and arranged as to place the
45 free ends IQ of the flaps l6 ahead of the body
portions of the covers. In order to further insure
means.
This dispensing means is conveniently formed
of a single length of wire and is provided at its
formed in the front panel 24. Extending in op
posite directions from the ?nger piece 49 are
arms 50 and 5| respectively provided with loops
52 and 53 at their outer ends. The loops 52 and 25
53 have respectively connected therewith the
inner ends of the springs 48 and 41. The loops
52 and 53 in addition have respectively depend
ing therefrom legs 54 and 55 having their lower
portions projecting normal thereto as at 56 and 30
51. The projecting portions 56 and 57 in turn
have their outermost ends bent to project away
from the inner surface of the front panel 24 and
secured to said bent ends are feet or pads 58 and
59. These feet or pads 58 and 59 are circular
as shown in Fig. 2 and are each provided with
as
an aperture whereby they may be pressed onto
the outwardly bent ends of the leg extensions 56
and 51 as shown in Fig. 6. It will be appreciated
that while this is a simple and inexpensive meth 40
od of providing a dispensing mechanism, other
equally ef?cient mechanisms may be utilized in
stead.
The operation of this dispensing mechanism is
as follows: A small amount of tension is placed 45
in the springs 41 and 48 which elevates the dis
the complete separation of the free ends of the
?aps and body portions of the covers the plate
pensing frame to the position shown, that is with
the ?nger piece 49 at the upper end of the aper
39 and suspension hooks 36 and 3'! are so related
to one another and to the make-up of the covers
ture 39. When it is desired to dispense one of
the covers l5, pressure is applied to the ?nger 50
piece 49 which effects a counter clockwise swing
ing movement of the dispensing frame about an
axis effected by the attachment of the springs
thereto thereby forcing the cushions or feet 58 and
59 into engagement with the uppermost cover of 65
the stack. Downward pressure on the ?nger piece
that the edges of the body portion around the
?ap l6 are disposed beneath the body portion 4|
of the plate 39 and thereby at all times prevent
ing the body portions and ?aps from being ar
ranged in the same plane, and thereby prevent
ing the possibility of the ?ap of the uppermost
cover ?nding its way behind any of the underly
ing covers, and thereby insuring the dispensing
of only one cover at a time.
60
and thereby again providing a structure which
will at all times prevent the flaps and body por
tions occupying the same plane, and will insure
Instead of utilizing the plate 39 as the means
for properly positioning the ?aps of the covers
relative to one another, use may be made of
blocks, as illustrated in Figs. 8 and 9. As here
shown, there is cemented to the inner surface
65 of the back panel a relatively square block 42 to
the upper surface of which is cemented an elon
gated block or stick 43. By this arrangement,
and as clearly illustrated in Fig. 9, the flaps l6
are disposed in a plane ahead of the plane con
taining the body portions of the covers. At the
same time the elongated block or stick 43 through
the portion which projects below the block 42,
forms a lip, as at 44, on the upper surface of
which are the ?aps, while beneath which is the
portion of the body portion adjacent to the ?aps
49 now causes the uppermost cover to be torn
from the supporting hooks 36 and 31 and an
ejectment beneath the cabinet. As soon as the
cover makes its appearance beneath the cabinet 60
it may be grasped by the free hand through the
?nger opening 29, or the cover may be allowed to
fall from the cabinet by merely releasing pres
sure from the ?nger piece 49. The release of
pressure from the ?nger piece 49 permits the 65
ejector frame to swing in a clockwise direction
or toward the front panel 24, and at the same
time the springs 41 and 48, which were tensioned
during the ejectment of the cover, will elevate
the frame to its normal position. From this it 70
will be seen that once the ejector mechanism is
operated to release the cover, the cover will be
free to fall from the cabinet if it is not grasped
when it makes its appearance beneath the cab 75
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inet and prior to the release of the ejecting
mechanism.
In order to prevent the cover from falling or
dropping to the floor, or to an inaccessible posi
; tion, a suitable catcher is suspended beneath the
cabinet. This catcher, as shown in Figs. 1 and
2, is formed of a single piece of wire and includes
a pair of depending arms 60 and 6! having their
lower ends bent upwardly to form a trough 52
101 and connected together by the bar 63. The upper
free ends of the arms Bil and iii are each pro~
vided with a hook 54 adapted to be passed through
suitable apertures 65 formed in the back panel
33, one on each side of the center thereof.
15
The said back panel 33 may be further pro—
vided with suitable apertures such as 55 to permit
of the mounting of the cabinet in a permanent
position as against a wall or the like. With the
cabinet so mounted, and due to the angle of di
201 vergence between the catcher arms 6% and Bi
and the hook ends 64, the catcher is disposed at
the angle illustrated in Fig. 2.
Instead of the dispensing mechanism illustrated
in Fig. 4, use may be made of the dispensing
25: mechanism disclosed in Figs. 10 and 11. As shown
in these views the dispensing mechanism aper
ture in the front panel is arc-shaped as shown
at 61. Projecting through the aperture 61 is a
?nger piece 68 in the form of a wire loop similar
301 to 49. Projecting from the wire loop 68 is one
end 69 of the wire which is embedded in a rubber
pusher, foot, or the like 10. Extending from the
other side of the loop 68 is an arm ll having its
free end pivotally mounted on a button or the
like 12 projecting inwardly from the inner face
of the front panel. Adjacent to the wire loop 58
but behind the front panel, the arm ‘H is pro
vided with a bend or eye 13 to which is attached
one end of a spring 14 having its other end at
40 tached to a hook 15 which is in all respects sime
ilar to the hook 46, above described, and mounted
in substantially the same position as said hook.
The operation of this mechanism is quite simi
lar to the operation of the dispensing mechanism
3.
is illustrated in Fig. 1 which comprises a headed
screw 19 passing through a plane aperture 80
formed in the outer side panel 26 and threaded '
in a threaded aperture 8! formed in the back side
panel 35.
From the foregoing it is believed now evident
that there has been provided a dispensing cab
inet for paper articles, such as toilet seat covers,
which have integral therewith a movable flap,
and in which no interference is o?ered by the 10.
said flap to the proper dispensing of these articles.
It will further be noted that the structure herein
described is relatively simple and inexpensive to
produce, while ef?ciently operating as desired.
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What is claimed is:
1. In a dispensing cabinet of the class de
scribed, the combination with a box-like housing
having an opening in its lower end, of means for
supporting within said housing a plurality of
superimposed toilet seat covers, each having a 20
rectangular body portion and a ?ap intermediate
the boundaries of the body portion with the hinge
of the ?ap with the body portion uppermost, and
means within said cabinet underlying the flap to
elevate same above the body portion and thereby 25
separating the ?ap from the said body portion
whereby the covers may be individually ejected
from the cabinet through its opening.
2. In a dispensing cabinet of the class de
scribed, the combination with a box-like housing 30
having an opening in its lower end, of means for
suspending within said housing a plurality of
superimposed toilet seat covers, each having a
rectangular body portion and a ?ap intermediate
the boundaries of the body portion with the hinge 35
of the ?ap with the body portion uppermost, and
means within said cabinet underlying the flap to
elevate same above the body portion and thereby
separating the flap from the said body portion
whereby the covers may be individually ejected
from the cabinet through its opening, and ejector
-means supported by said cabinet interiorly there
of and operable from the exterior of the cabinet.
3. In a dispensing cabinet of the class de~
described above, since the initial pressure on the
scribed, the combination with a box-like hous- ‘~'
?nger piece 68 will, due to the spring in the wire
arm ‘ll, permit the pusher or foot 19 to engage
ing having an opening in its lower end, of means
for suspending within said housing a plurality of
with the topmost cover. Additional or down
ward pressure on the ?nger piece 68 causes the
50 foot to eject the top cover from the cabinet by
tearing same from its supporting hooks 36 and
31. Due to the rigid arm ‘H connecting the ?nger
rectangular
superimposedbody
toilet
portion
seat and
covers,
a flap
each
intermediate
having
piece 68 with the pivot point 62 the path of move
ment of the ?nger piece 68, and therefore the
Cal U! rubber pusher ‘I0, is slightly arcuate when com
pared with the path of movement of the ?nger
piece 49 and the dispensing mechanism operated
thereby. The result, however, is the same.
It was noted above that the dispensing cabinet
60 has its front section 2!! and rear section 2! hing
edly connected by means of hinges 22 and 23. The
particular structure for hinging these parts is
illustrated in detail in Fig. 7 and as there shown
the hinge plate 16 extends through an aperture
11 formed in the back section side 34 and lies
adjacent the inner face of the back panel 33 and
is welded in position. The other hinge plate ‘E8
lies against the inner surface of the adjacent
front side panel and is likewise welded in posi
tion. Each of these hinge plates 78 and 18 have
their eye portions beyond the panels to which they
are attached, as is usual and customary.
Any suitable or desirable means may be em
ployed for locking the sections in a closed posi
75 tion. A convenient method of locking the parts
the boundaries of the body portion with the hinge '
of the flap with the body portion uppermost, and
means within said cabinet underlying the flap
to elevate same above the body portion and there
by separating the ?ap from the said body por
tion whereby the covers may be individually
ejected from the cabinet through its opening,
ejector means supported by said cabinet interiorly
thereof and operable from the exterior of the
cabinet, and a catcher depending from the cabi
net adapted to receive the articles as individ 60
ually dispensed.
‘i. In a dispensing mechanism of the class de~
scribed, the combination of a rear cabinet sec
tion, a front cabinet section hingedly connected
with the rear cabinet section, each of said sec~\l 65
tions having their corresponding lower sides re
moved to provide an open bottom, means on one
of said sections for supporting a plurality of flat,
extended, superimposed toilet seat covers, said
covers each having a flap integral therewith and 70
movable relative thereto and suspended so as to
have the hinge of the flap uppermost, means on
one of said cabinet sections for disposing said
flaps and body portion adjacent the free end of
the ?ap in planes one above the other, and a dis» ‘#6
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pensing mechanism for individually dispensing
ation of the frame effects the ejectment of the
the covers through the cabinet open bottom.
5. In a dispensing mechanism of the class de
scribed, the combination of a cabinet having an
opening in its lower end, supporting means with
in said cabinet adjacent the upper end thereof
for supporting a plurality of unfolded superim
posed toilet seat covers, each of said toilet seat
cover.
8. In a dispensing mechanism for paper toilet
seat covers, the combination with a cabinet hav
ing a discharge opening enclosing said paper
toilet seat covers, said cabinet having a front,
of an ejecting mechanism for individually eject
covers comprising a body portion and a sub
ing the covers from the cabinet comprising a
frame, means for supporting said frame imme
stantially oval shaped flap Within the bounding
lines of the body portion, said flap and body por
diately behind the cabinet front for oscillatory 10
and longitudinal movement, contacting eject
tion being connected together at one of the small
ends of the oval shaped flap and said covers be
ing so supported within the cabinet as to have
ment members on said frame and normally
spaced from the uppermost toilet seat cover, and
means projecting from said frame through the
cabinet front for operating the frame in an eject 15
ing direction, said operating means being so po
sitioned relative to the frame and its supporting
means as to cause, upon initial operation of the
frame, an oscillation of the frame to cause the
contacting members to engage with the upper
most toilet seat cover, and whereby continued
the connecting portion of the flaps uppermost,
means underlying the ?aps for elevating the said
?aps above the plane of the said body portions,
said flap elevating means being so positioned with
respect to the supporting means that it will over—
.‘ , lie a small portion of the body portion adjacent
to the flap, and means operable from the exterior
of the cabinet for ejecting the uppermost cover
from the cabinet.
6. In a dispensing mechanism of the class de
scribed, the combination of a cabinet having an
opening in its lower end, supporting means within
said cabinet adjacent the upper end thereof for
supporting a plurality of unfolded superimposed
toilet seat covers, each of said toilet seat covers
comprising a body portion and a substantially
oval shaped flap within the bounding lines of
longitudinal operation of the frame effects the
ejectment of the cover, said supporting means
for the frame including yielding means which is
tensioned during the ejecting operation for re 25
turning the frame to its initial position.
,
9. In a dispensing mechanism of the class de
scribed, the combination with a cabinet for en
closing and supporting a plurality of superim
posed paper toilet seat covers, of an ejecting 30
mechanism within said cabinet comprising a sub
the body portion, said flap and body portion be
stantially quadrangle frame disposed immedi
ing connected together at one of the small ends
of the oval shaped flap and said covers being so
supported within the cabinet as to have the con
ately behind the front of the cabinet, a spring
necting portion of the flaps uppermost, means
underlying the flaps for elevating the said flaps
above the plane of the said body portions, said
flap elevating means being so positioned with
respect to the supporting means that it will over
lie a small portion of the body portion adjacent
to the flap, means operable from the exterior of
the cabinet for ejecting the uppermost cover
from the cabinet, comprising a frame interiorly
4.5 of the cabinet, engaging means on said frame
spaced from the uppermost cover for contact
ing engagement with the said uppermost cover,
and means suspending the frame relative to the
cabinet, whereby initial operation thereof causes
50 the frame to oscillate to bring its contacting
members into engagement with the uppermost
cover, whereupon continued operation effects an
ejectment of the cover, said frame supporting
means including springs for returning the frame
55 to its initial position upon ejectment of the cover.
connected with each upper corner of the frame
for supporting the frame in an elevated position, 35
a contact pusher member near each of the re
maining lower corners of the frame and nor
mally spaced from the uppermost cover, a ?nger
piece projecting from the frame through the cab
inet front and so positioned relative to the frame 40
and to the spring suspension therefor as to
cause, upon application of pressure, an oscilla
tion of the frame about an axis determined, by the
spring connection therewith to bring the pusher
members into engagement with the uppermost
toilet seat cover and .an ejectment of the said
uppermost cover and tensioning of the support
ing springs, which springs, upon release of pres
sure on the ?nger piece, returns the frame to its
initial position.
10. In a dispensing mechanism of the class de~
scribed, the combination of an enclosing cabinet
for toilet seat covers having a discharge opening
at the lower end thereof, means for suspending
a plurality of unfolded superimposed toilet seat
'7. In a dispensing mechanism for paper toilet
seat covers, the combination with a cabinet hav
ing a discharge opening enclosing said paper toi
let seat covers, said cabinet having a front, of an
covers from one wall of said cabinet, said covers
60 ejecting mechanism for individually ejecting the
body and disposed uppermost when suspended, 60
covers from the cabinet comprising a frame,
means for supporting said frame immediately be
hind the cabinet front for oscillatory and lon
an inclined plate secured to the supporting wall
of the cabinet projecting outwardly and down
wardly from the cabinet Wall at the free ends of
the flaps to hold said free ends of the flaps above
the adjacent portion of the body of the covers and 65
means operable from the exterior of the cabinet
for ejecting the uppermost toilet seat cover
65
gitudinal movement, contacting ejectment mem
bers on said frame and normally spaced from the
uppermost toilet seat cover, and means projecting
from said frame through the cabinet front for
operating the frame in an ejecting direction, said
70 operating means being so positioned relative to
the frame and its supporting means as to cause,
upon initial operation of the frame, an oscilla
tion of the frame to cause the contacting mem~
bers to engage with the uppermost toilet seat
76 ‘cover. and whereby continued longitudinal oper
each comprising a rectangular body having a ?ap
within the boundaries of the body and with a
portion of the flap hingedly connected with the
through the cabinet opening.
11. In a dispensing mechanism of the class de
scribed, the combination of an enclosing cabinet 70
for toilet seat covers having a discharge opening
at the lower end thereof, means for suspending
a plurality of unfolded superimposed toilet seat
covers from one wall of said cabinet, said covers
each comprising a rectangular body having a flap 75
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within the boundaries of the body and with a por
tion of the ?ap hingedly connected with the body
and disposed uppermost when suspended, an in
clined plate secured to the supporting wall of the
cabinet projecting outwardly and downwardly
from the cabinet wall at the free ends of the ?aps
to hold said free ends of the ?aps above the adja
cent portion of the body of the covers, and means
operable from the exterior of the cabinet for
ejecting the uppermost toilet seat cover through
the cabinet opening, said inclined plate having a
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posing the same in planes one above the other,
and means operable from the exterior of the cab
inet for individually ejecting the covers through
the opening.
13. In a dispensing mechanism of the class de
scribed, the combination of an enclosing cabinet
having a wall portion, means on said wall portion
for suspending a plurality of toilet seat covers
each having a body and a ?ap within the borders
of the body, said ?ap having a small portion 1O
thereof hingedly connected with the body and
portion thereof overlying the adjacent portion of
having this hinge portion uppermost when sus
the cover body below the plane of the flap to
maintain the said cover body and flap in sepa
pended within the cabinet, a block projecting
from the wall portion of the cabinet and under
lying the free ends of the ?aps for separating the 15
said free ends of the ?aps from the body and dis
posing the same in planes one above the other,
and means operable from the exterior of the cab
inet for individually ejecting the covers through
the opening, and a second block disposed beneath
the‘ free ends of the ?aps and projecting therebe
yond to overlie the adjacent portion of the body
and maintain the ?aps and bodies of the covers
in de?nite spaced planes.
rated planes.
12. In a dispensing mechanism of the class de
scribed, the combination of an enclosing cabinet
having a wall portion, means on said wall por
tion for suspending a plurality of toilet seat
V20 covers each having a body and a ?ap within the
borders of the body, said ?ap having a small por
tion thereof hingedly connected with the body
and having this hinge portion uppermost when
suspended Within the cabinet, a block projecting
25 from the wall portion of the cabinet and under
lying the free ends of the ?aps for separating the
said free ends of the ?aps from the body and dis
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ARTHUR E. ROZIN.
HARRY R. ROZIN.
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