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Anthony P Taluba

from Laceyville, PA
Age ~98

Anthony Taluba Phones & Addresses

  • 293 Havard Ln, Laceyville, PA 18623 (570) 869-2835
  • Lebanon, NJ

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Molded Squeeze Toy Including Whistle

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US Patent:
4380134, Apr 19, 1983
Filed:
Jul 10, 1978
Appl. No.:
5/923447
Inventors:
Anthony P. Taluba - Lebanon NJ
Paul A. Taluba - Morrisville NY
International Classification:
A63H 500
US Classification:
46117
Abstract:
A squeeze toy of air-filled elastomer material including a whistle, and a method and apparatus for forming the same. A small cavity or depression is molded into the body of the toy to form the whistle site. A small cap, which may comprise a flat or slightly rounded disk, or a small hollow cylinder, closes the small cavity or depression forming the whistle site. A pair of small openings are formed in centered, aligned relation in the cap and in the bottom of the cavity, completing the whistle. The body of the toy is preferably formed by blow molding techniques, using the opening in the bottom of the cavity corresponding to the whistle hole to blow air in during the molding process, and to blow the finished part out of the mold. The whistle cap may either be made simultaneously with the body, by blow molding, or by separate injection molding techniques.

Method For Forming A Molded Squeeze Toy Including Whistle

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US Patent:
4277300, Jul 7, 1981
Filed:
Jul 10, 1978
Appl. No.:
5/923462
Inventors:
Anthony P. Taluba - Lebanon NJ
Paul A. Taluba - Morrisville NY
International Classification:
B32B 110
B29C 1707
A63H 500
US Classification:
15624414
Abstract:
A squeeze toy of air-filled elastomer material including a whistle, and a method and apparatus for forming the same. A small cavity or depression is molded into the body of the toy to form the whistle site. A small cap, which may comprise a flat or slightly rounded disk, or a small hollow cylinder, closes the small cavity or depression forming the whistle site. A pair of small openings are formed in centered, aligned relation in the cap and in the bottom of the cavity, completing the whistle. The body of the toy is preferably formed by blow molding techniques, using the opening in the bottom of the cavity corresponding to the whistle hole to blow air in during the molding process, and to blow the finished part out of the mold. The whistle cap may either be made simultaneously with the body, by blow molding, or by separate injection molding techniques.

Appendage Such As A Doll's Head, A Method For Blow Molding Same Of Elastomer Material, And A Method For Securing Same To A Body

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US Patent:
4143453, Mar 13, 1979
Filed:
Mar 3, 1977
Appl. No.:
5/773950
Inventors:
Anthony P. Taluba - Lebanon NJ
International Classification:
B23P 1102
A63H 346
B29C 1707
US Classification:
29453
Abstract:
A hollow doll in which the doll's head is formed of elastomer material, and is blow molded to include a downwardly extended annular lip having a semicircular groove at the front of the neck. The lip is constructed to fold inwardly, and to engage a bead or flange on the neck portion of the body, thereby securing the head to the body. It is contemplated, in accordance with the present invention, that other appendages can be secured to a primary body in a similar manner.

Apparatus For Forming A Molded Squeeze Toy Including Whistle

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US Patent:
4277232, Jul 7, 1981
Filed:
Jul 10, 1978
Appl. No.:
5/923446
Inventors:
Anthony P. Taluba - Lebanon NJ
Paul A. Taluba - Morrisville NY
International Classification:
B29C 1707
US Classification:
425525
Abstract:
A squeeze toy of air-filled elastomer material including a whistle, and a method and apparatus for forming the same. A small cavity or depression is molded into the body of the toy to form the whistle site. A small cap, which may comprise a flat or slightly rounded disk, or a small hollow cylinder, closes the small cavity or depression forming the whistle site. A pair of small openings are formed in centered, aligned relation in the cap and in the bottom of the cavity, completing the whistle. The body of the toy is preferably formed by blow molding techniques, using the opening in the bottom of the cavity corresponding to the whistle hole to blow air in during the molding process, and to blow the finished part out of the mold. The whistle cap is made by separate injection molding techniques.
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