Corrugated hose or the like
US D206236 S
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United States Patent 0 ice Patented 2Z1 3: 12:
CORRUGATED HOSE OR THE LIKE Peter H. Seckel, Wayne, N.J., assiguor to Rexall Drug and Chemical Company, Los Angeles, Calif., 21 corporation of Delaware Filed Dec. 10, 1965, Ser. No. 142
Term of patent 14 years (Cl. D43-1) FIGURE 1 is a side elevation view of a corrugated References Cited by the Examiner hose embodying my new invention with portions broken UNITED STATES PATENTS away to show indeterminate length;
FIGURE 2 is an end elevation view thereof taken 2,828,739 4/1958 from h l f d of F G 1; 2,999,497 9/1961 Hamilton et al. 138-121 X FIGURE 3 is an end elevation view thereof taken 3,050,087 3/1962 aplan l38121 from the right end of FIGURE 1; 3,234,969 2/1966 Du Mont l38-121 FIGURE 4 is a cross-section taken on line 44 of OTHER REFERENCES FIGURE 1' and Industrial Equipt. News: January 1959, page 33, con- FIGURE 5 is n -ClOSS-S6Li101l taken on line 5-5 of voluted hose.
FIGURE U.S. Flex Tubing C0. Brochure: received May 23,
I claim: The ornamental design for a corrugated hose or the 1961, cover page, stainless steel ducts and bellows.
like substantially as Shown WALLACE R. BURKE, Primary Examiner.
BERNARD ANSHER, Examiner.
UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE Certificate Patent No. D. 206,236 Patented November 15, 1966 Peter H. Seckel Application having been made by Peter H. Seckel, the inventor named in the patent above identified; Franklin Dick of New York City, New York; and Rexall Drug and Chemical Company, Los Angeles, California, a corporation of Delaware, the assignee, for the issuance of a certificate under the provisions of Title 35, Section 256, of the United States Code, adding the name of the said Franklin Dick as a joint inventor, and a showing and proof of facts satisfying the requirements of the said section having been submitted, it is this 3rd day of December 1968, certified that the name of the said Franklin Dick is hereby added to the said patent as a joint invent-or with the said Peter H. Seckel.
EDWIN L. REYNOLDS, First Assistant Commissioner of Patents.