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• In 1769 to mighty locomotives
of todoy. ..'STAGE-COACH*
CARS to Air-Conditioned
23 MILES of Raitrood in '
1830 to a vast network
of *Steel Highways*..
Railroad development in
MAIN LINE OF
MUlTlTUBULAR BOILER LOCOMOTIVE
7-RAIL.. TELEGRAPH— SLEEP!MS CAR
BLOCK SIGNALS... AUTOMATC COUPLER
CLOSED TRACK CIRCUIT
AUTOMATIC AIR BRAKE
RETRI6ERAT0R CAR-VESTIBULE CAR
AUTOMATIC STOKER...CAB SIGNALS
RAIL FLAW DETECTOR CAR
CENTRALIZED TRAFFIC CC.'TROL
Ptepafied ty JL.
national PcderUt Council
inventions That Serve You
1865...George Westinghouse - at 79- #
V received first of his 361 PATENTS/
1866... Saw train-wreck -
V INVENTED CAR REPLACER'
I 1869... HIS AIR-BRAKE INVENTION—
I on firstoctual test-stopped speeding .
ik train-SmtD DRAYMANS UFE at crossing f
1892... PATENTED AUTOMATIC AIR BRAKE/
DEVELOPED INTERLOCKING SWITCHES’
RAILWAY SIGNALS- STEAM TURBINES...
HARNESSED FORCES OF NATURAL GAS AND
ELECTRICITY FOR WIDESPREAD USE...
FOUNDED MANY NEW INDUSTRIES...
IMPROVED LIVING STANDARDS...
; CREATED BETTER JOBS?
%PAtpa**d national Pctant Council
AFL Teamsters Invest $240,000
In U. 5. Savings Bonds, Series G
Shown above, I to r, are John Baefchas, frnilmt, Teamsters* MS
Connell No. S3, A F of l; E A. Roberts, Pennsylvania State Chairman, V. 8.
Savings Bonds Division and Joseph Wirs, secretary-treasnrer, Local No. MS,
Teanuters' Joint Conneil No. 53. Mr. Roberts is receiving a chock for B4MH
in V. S. Savings Bonds from President Baekhns and secretary-treasnrer Wirs.
Washington. D. C.. Oct. 11 — Two
International Brotherhood of Team
sters' Councils today invested $240.
000 in U. S. Savings Bonds. Local 483
of the mT-APT, comprising food and
dairy products salesmen-drivers, pur
chased $300,000 worth of Series O
Bonds and Joint Council No. 9$
John Backhus, President, and Jo
seph Win, secretary-treasurer of
these organizations said: “it is our
belief that this investment provides
the best protection our organisation
can find. We suggest that all Ameri
cans follow this example, not neces- .
sarily waiting for Loan campaigns to
invest in their own and their coun
DEPEND DIRECTLY ON
U.S. RAILROADS FOR
more indirectly /
Uncle Sam Says
Some of mjr nephews and niece*
want to mw regularly and actually
do It. Others mean to aatre hot don I
always get around to it. These latter
are the ones who only think about a
budget. The best way to save is to
do it on a regular basis, every pay
day. And the best investment is
U. S. Savings Bonds.
If you’re on a payroll, enroll for
the Payroll Savings Plan where you
work, or, if self-emploved, sign up
for the Bc-.id-a-Month Plan at your
bank. Either way, you're building
future security in the soundest way
possible. And your money increases,
four dollars for three in 10 years'
VS Trass*r» DtjmrtmtM
In the evolution of most invention* — from original Idea to issuance
of the patent protecting the inventor — there are *ix major step*, a*
shown in this drawing prepared by National Patent Council.
(1) After conceiving a new idea, the inventor usually endeavors to
develop a practical model of his device through trial and error, either
in his own workshop or using facilities of his employer or others.
(2) The inventor gives a rough sketch or model of his invention to his
patent attorney, who makes a "search" through issued patents of a simi
lar nature to determine whether all of the idea has already been patented.
(3) If the "search" shows probable patentability, the attorney pre
pares a formal patent application picturing and describing the invention
and presenting carefully worded “claims" to define what is thought to
be new. This is done sometimes before a model is made. No model is
required by the Patent Office.
(4) After the application is signed by the inventor, it is mailed to the
Patent Office. The government filing fee is S30.
(5) Upon receipt in Washington, the application is directed to one of
the Patent Office’s 70 divisions and a patent examiner is assigned to
the case. After studying the application and searching through prior
patents and publications, the examiner points out issued patents show
ing similar inventions and allows or rejects one or more ..of the appli
cant’s claims, depending on what he finds is really new. The inventor's
counsel then amends claims of the application as may be necessary to
limit them to what is "new and useful” and therefore patentable. He
files the amendment. The examiner again agrees or disagrees. This
process continues, sometimes for years, until agreement is reached on
claims to be allowed. A patent may have one or many claims.
(6) The patent is issued to the inventor, usually through his attor
ney, following payment of a final government fee of $30. A brief descrip
tion and drawing of the invention are published in the Patent Office's
weekly Official Gaxette.
The U. S. Patent System gives the inventor exclusive control for 17
years of that which is claimed in his patent The hope of financial re
ward afforded by this protection is the incentive that inspires men to
work hard to create new products and proce—■<•*.
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