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Technology represented by the eight patents awarded Utah inventors up to date of publication Dec. 17 covers mechanical and electrical inventions.

Jeffrey L. Shurtliff, Clinton, and Michael E. Thomas, Layton. Holder for milling a surface of a countersink filler plug. Assigned to the United States of America as represented by the Secretary of the Air Force, Washington, D.C. Patent 4,873,794.William D. Wallace, Salt Lake City. Disposable apparatus for monitoring intrauterine pressure and fetal heart rate. Assigned to Utah Medical Products, Salt Lake City. Patent 4,873,986.

Dayer Worrall, 1345 E. Lester, South Weber. Vehicle window screen assembly. Patent 4,874,026.

Paul M. Jessop, and David H. Jeffs, both of Salt Lake City. Medical fail safe releasible locks and/or seals for capped disposable centrifuge containers, cryogenic vials and the like. Assigned to Multi-Technology Inc., Salt Lake City. Patent 4,874,102.

Owen D. Brimhall, West Valley City; Stephen C. Peterson, Oleg Kotlyar and Dilip N. Ghosh of Salt Lake City. Dual axis continuous flow centrifugation apparatus and method. Assigned to Utah Bioresearch Inc., Salt Lake City. Patent 4,874,358.

Thomas D. Fletcher, Orem. Edge-sensitive dynamic switch. Assigned to North American Philips Corp., Signetics Division, Sunnyvale, Calif. Patent 4,874,971.

Stanley H. Ward, Salt Lake City. Multiarray borehole resistivity and induced polarization method with mathematical inversion of redundant data. Assigned to the University of Utah Research Institute, Salt Lake City. Patent 4,875,015.

Mark P. Shumway, 230 W. 2950 South, Salt Lake City. Telephone power distribution and isolation system. Patent 4,875,232.

Copies of patents may be obtained for $1.50 from Box 9, Patent and Trademark Office, Washington DC 20231.