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Seabrook, TX   

Webster, TX   

212 Princeton Rd, Linden, NJ 07036    908-4863491   

Elizabeth, NJ   

212 Princeton Rd, Linden, NJ 07036    609-6600595   

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Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
Richard W. Tabor
Managing
Slik Transport LLC
Richard P. Tabor SUNDANCE QUILTING SERVICE, LC

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Sports Backpack

US Patent:
6367674, Apr 9, 2002
Filed:
Mar 31, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/540777
Inventors:
Richard E. Tabor - New York NY
Assignee:
Cotton Angora Trading Company - Cheshire CT
International Classification:
A45F 304
US Classification:
224650, 224153, 224651, 224653
Abstract:
A sports backpack made from flexible sheet material has a main container and a pair of elongated upwardly extending shoe containers mounted at the rear of the main container in laterally spaced apart side-by-side relation to each other. The shoe containers cooperate with a back wall of the main container to define a rearwardly open carrying space for receiving in a carrying position an elongated portion of a sports playing device such as the barrel portion of a baseball bat or the handle and shaft portions of a tennis racket. An upwardly open pocket which is disposed between the footwear containers and defines the lower end of the carrying space receives, supports and retains a lower end of a sports playing device therein. An adjustable retaining strap assembly extends across the rear of the footwear containers in bridging relation to the carrying space for drawing the footwear containers toward each other and into gripping engagement with a portion of a sports playing device disposed in a carrying position within the carrying space and releasably retains the playing device on the backpack. An adjustable holding strap assembly mounted on the pack above the retaining strap assembly serves to releasably hold a portion of a playing device in engagement with one of the footwear containers.

Recreational Bag

US Patent:
2005003, Feb 17, 2005
Filed:
Jan 15, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/346011
Inventors:
Richard Tabor - New York City NY,
Michael Riordan - New York City NY,
International Classification:
A45F003/02
US Classification:
224609000, 224625000
Abstract:
A recreational bag includes a first flexible compartment for carrying articles, a second flexible compartment for carrying articles, a flexible strap interconnecting upper ends of the first and second flexible compartments and a fastening device connected to lower end portions of the first and second flexible compartments. The flexible strap has a width suitable for resting on a user's shoulder so that the bag can be used as a shoulder bag. The fastening device, such as an adjustable belt connected to lower end portions of the compartments, releasably interconnects the first and second flexible compartments and releasably secures the first and second flexible compartments against a mid-section of the user when the strap rests on the user's shoulder. Handles connected to upper end portions of the first and second flexible compartments allow alternative use of the recreational bag as a handbag. The flexible strap is preferably designed to collapse into an area between the first and second flexible compartments when the bag is used as a handbag, so that the flexible strap does not interfere with grasping of the handles by a user. A fastening device such as an adjustable belt is preferably designed for securing the first and second compartments against each other when a user holds the bag as a handbag and for simultaneously supporting an elongated article such as a snowboard between the first and second compartments, providing an article-carrying mechanism in addition to the interiors of the compartments themselves.

All-Card-In-One System

US Patent:
2013012, May 23, 2013
Filed:
Nov 20, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/682013
Inventors:
Richard Tabor - Elizabeth NJ,
Jadniel N. Pimentel - Elizabeth NJ,
International Classification:
G06Q 10/00
US Classification:
235379
Abstract:
The all-card-in-one (ACIO) system described herein allows a user to use a single ACIO card to work as a replacement all his/her credit cards, debit cards, promotional cards, discount cards, and all other cards suitable for financial transactions. In the same manner, the chances to have a card lost or stolen are reduced, bolstering the security of the user's financial information. The ACIO card may be used to access regular card readers as well as ACIO terminals. The ACIO terminals list the entire collection of a user's cards and allow the user to access any one or a combination of the cards to finish a financial transaction. Moreover, when the user is fully verified with the ACIO system, he/she may be able to access the ACIO system through biometric recognition technologies such as fingerprint scanner or facial recognition. Such a “no card” access significant improves both convenience and security.

Isbn (Books And Publications)

Probation And Parole In Practice

Author:
Richard W. Tabor
ISBN #:
0870845705

Energy Aftermath

Author:
Richard Tabor
ISBN #:
0071032487

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