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The Price of Ignoring God -- New Book Stresses Need to Follow God's Path
LA QUINTA, Calif., June 21, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- For those who have chosen a path away from God, Cindy Joanne Balch offers a book that warns of the dangers of ignoring God and his messages. In her new book, The Journey is Too Great for Thee: When the Journey is Too Long, Too Hard or Too Scary to Make Alone (now available through AuthorHouse), she tells of the high price of disobedience.
Sciax Technology, Inc.
Sciax and Richard Wolf GmbH Participate in New Wolf Pack Component Manufacture
BAY CITY, Mich. and TORONTO, June 21, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- UgoMedia Interactive Corp (Pink Sheets:UGMI) (name change to Sciax Corporation pending) announced today that the company is working in close cooperation with Richard Wolf GmbH on a 2nd generation C4d under-door viewer for which Wolf is the optical supplier. The C4d is a modular component of the Wolf Pack remote viewing system which allows users to obtain high resolution imagery of areas behind doors in tactical and surveillance environments. When in production, Sciax will manufacture all mechanical components for the C4d and ship required parts to Richard Wolf for the integration of optical systems. Final assembly will be performed by Sciax.
Total Identity Corp. Converts $90,000 More Debt and to Receive $300,000 As Part of the Conversion
ROCHESTER, N.Y., June 21, 2004 (PRIMEZONE) -- Total Identity Corp. ("TIC") (OTCBB:TIDC) announced today that it has converted over $90,000 more of debt into equity bringing the total converted to just under $300,000 from the previously announced $200,000. The equity will be a newly created non convertible Preferred Stock with a detachable warrant to purchase two shares of Common Stock at $.50 each. The Company is also filing a registration statement to register the shares underlying the options received as part of the conversion, from which the Company will receive an additional $300,000 once the registration becomes effective.
Northrop Grumman Corp.
Northrop Grumman Introduces New Marine Gyrocompass
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA - June 18, 2004 - Northrop Grumman Corporation's (NYSE: NOC) Sperry Marine business unit has introduced its new-generation NAVIGAT X MK 2 digital gyrocompass system to provide a cost-effective solution that satisfies international carriage requirements for a type-approved marine gyrocompass.