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Six patents were granted to Utah inventors by the U.S. Patent Office. Included are a cassette merchandising system and a baggage cart body.

E. Marlowe Goble, Logan. A drill guide for surgery. Filed May 14, 1990. Patent 4,985,032.Michael F. Collett, Kaysville, and Peggy J. Rankin, Kearns. An assembly for point of sale display, shipment and after-purchase handling of one to several cassette recordings. Assigned to Bonneville International Corp., Salt Lake City. Filed Jan. 13, 1989, a continuation of patent 4,838,420. Patent 4,986,419.

Herbert B. Farmer, Salt Lake City. A spill-resistant lid adapted to be removably and sealably attached to an open-topped container. Filed March 18, 1985. Patent 4,986,437.

Pierre R. Gohler, Midvale. A baggage cart body. Assigned to Wedge Products Inc., Cleveland, Ohio. Filed Nov. 1, 1989, a division of patent 4,949,986. Patent 4,986,596.

Dan E. Fischer, Sandy. Syringe apparatus having improved plunger. Assigned to Ultradent Products Inc., Salt Lake City. Filed June 23, 1989. Patent 4,986,820.

E. Renee Nielson, Syracuse. Mud, snow and ice scraper with retractable cover. Filed Aug. 25, 1989. Design patent 313,881.

Copies of patents are available by number for $1.50 from Box 9, Patent and Trademark Office, Washington DC 20231.