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PAT. NO.  Title
  1. 6,144,847  Wireless telephone with credited airtime 
  2. 6,061,580  Disposable wireless telephone and method for call-out only 
  3. 5,983,094  Wireless telephone with credited airtime and method 
  4. 5,965,848  Disposable portable electronic devices and method of making 
  5. 5,875,393  Disposable wireless telephone and method 
  6. 5,863,583  Method for making edible toy figures constructed of breakfast cereal 
  7. 5,845,218  Disposable wireless telephone and method 
  8. 5,804,235  Edible toy figures constructed of breakfast cereal 
  9. 5,643,037  Puppet-like toy 
Below you will find the first of the disposable cell phone patents issued to Altschul and Volpe on November 9, 1999.

Wireless telephone with credited airtime and method 

United States Patent #5,983,094 
Issued: November 9, 1999 
Inventors:  Altschul; Randice-Lisa (Cliffside Park, NJ); Volpe; Lee S. (Collingswood, NJ) 
Assignee:  Randice-Lisa Altschul (Cliffside Park, NJ) 

Patent Abstract:
A wireless telephone for telephonic communications during subscribed periods of airtime and for the purchase of selected goods and services in purchase amounts is responsive to the purchase amounts so as to enable the purchase amounts to be converted to additional periods of airtime during which telephonic communications are enabled independent of the subscribed periods of airtime. A method of using a wireless telephone for telephonic communications during subscribed periods of airtime and for the purchase of selected goods and services in purchase amounts enables the purchase amounts to be converted to additional periods of airtime during which telephonic communications are enabled independent of the subscribed periods of airtime. Preferably, the purchase amounts are placed through a purchase account and are converted to additional periods of airtime in proportion to the purchase amounts. 

Patent Drawings:
FIG. 1 is a front pictorial perspective view of a wireless telephone constructed in accordance with an embodiment the present invention; 
FIG. 2 is a rear pictorial view of the wireless telephone of FIG. 1, in use in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention; 


Below you will find the patent that relates to STTTM or Super Thin Technology, the key ingredient in Dieceland's new products like the disposable cell phone and the paper laptop.

Disposable portable electronic devices and method of making

United States Patent #5,965,848 
Issued: October 12, 1999 
Inventors:  Altschul; Randice-Lisa (Cliffside Park, NJ); Volpe; Lee S. (Collingswood, NJ) 
Assignee:  Altschul; Randice-Lisa (Cliffside Park, NJ)

Patent Abstract:
A disposable portable electronic device has a body of prescribed length and thickness and constructed of an elongate, ribbon-like substrate of dielectric material, the substrate having a continuous length much greater than the length of the body, and a thickness much less than the thickness of the body, with conductors and components formed on the substrate, the dielectric material of the substrate having a high degree of flexibility such that the substrate is folded upon itself into at least shorter lengths juxtaposed with one another within the thickness of the body, and the juxtaposed lengths of the substrate are secured together to establish a self-sustaining structure which forms the body of the device. 

Patent Drawing:
FIG. 2 (above)isa diagrammatic illustration of successive portions of a process by which the device of FIG. 1 (not shown) is manufactured in accordance with the invention; 


Edible toy figures constructed of breakfast cereal

United States Patent #5,804,235 
Issued: September 8, 1998 
Inventors:  Altschul; Randice-Lisa (Cliffside Park, NJ)

Abstract:
An edible, full-dimensional toy figure constructed of prepared cereal for consumption with a liquid, such as milk and the like, includes a multiplicity of discrete, individual prepared cereal elemental members arranged in the form of the full-dimensional toy figure and bound together with a binding medium which retains the multiplicity of cereal elemental members self-sustaining in the form of the full-dimensional toy figure and is responsive to exposure to the liquid for relatively rapid dissolution and essentially immediate release of the retention of the self-sustaining arrangement into a mixture of the discrete individual prepared cereal elemental members in the liquid suitable for consumption, and a method for preparing the edible, full-dimensional toy figure. 


Patent Drawings:
FIG. 2 is a pictorial illustration of the toy figure in a first stage of use;
FIG. 3 is a pictorial illustration of the toy figure in a second stage of use; 
FIG. 5 is a pictorial illustration of the toy figure packaged for display at a point of purchase; 


Puppet-like toy

United States Patent #5,643,037 
Issued: July 1, 1997 
Inventors:  Altschul; Randice-Lisa (Cliffside Park, NJ)

Abstract:
An animal-like toy having hollow appendages into which a wearer can insert his arms and feet. 

Patent Drawing:
FIG. 1 is a front view of a child playing with the present invention. 

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