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Hard to Treat Diseases, Inc.
Hard To Treat Diseases, Incorporated Announces Filing of Notice of Appeal with the U.S. Court of Appeals
DELRAY BEACH, Fla., Aug. 15, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Hard To Treat Diseases, Incorporated (HTTD) (Pink Sheets:HTDS) announces today that the Company has filed a Notice of Appeal in which HTTD appeals to the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit the Memorandum Opinion Containing Findings of Fact and Conclusions of Law entered in this action on July 8, 2005, the Final Judgment entered in this action on July 14, 2005, and the Order Denying Plaintiff's Motion to Alter or Amend Memorandum Opinion and Judgment or, in the Alternative, for Rehearing.
Quest Oil Acquires Empress Project and Spuds Well '12-15' August 16, 2005
ARLINGTON, Texas, Aug. 15, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Quest Oil Corporation (OTCBB:QOIL) is pleased to announce the Company has acquired a 100% working interest in the Empress Project, located 160 miles east of Calgary, Alberta. Empress consists of 4 sections of Crown P&NG rights where Quest Oil is acquiring a 100% working interest in 4 sections upon the drilling of well 12-15 24-2W4M. The Empress Project holds the lease rights from surface to basement entailing five known production zones: Bakken, Banff, Detrital, Colony and Viking. Well "12-15" will be operated by Transaction Oil and Gas Ventures Inc. Transaction is already is in possession of well license and permits and has a confirmed spud date of August 16, 2005. Quest Oil has retained Mr. Richard Johnson as Project Advisor, who was instrumental in locating the Acadia North "10-22" gas well.
Affordable New Naming Service Offers World-Class Brainstorming for Entrepreneurs, Established Companies and Ad Agencies Seeking a New Business Name, New Product Name or Tag Line on a Budget
GOSHEN, Mass., Aug. 15, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Until now, companies seeking professional naming of their new business, new product or new service have faced a dilemma. They spend tens of thousands of dollars hiring a firm that specializes in naming and branding, and wait a month or more for the perfect name to emerge from a long series of meetings, or struggle through the naming process on their own. Likewise, agencies often prefer to outsource a naming task to specialists, but considerations of cost and schedule have made that choice unfeasible.