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Henry J. Heinz

Henry John Heinz was an American entrepreneur who founded the H. J. Heinz Company based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he was born in that city, the son of German immigrants who came independently to the United States in the early 1840s. Heinz developed his business into a national company, he was influential for introducing high sanitary standards for food manufacturing. He exercised a paternal relationship with his workers, providing health benefits, recreation facilities, cultural amenities. Heinz was the great-grandfather of former U. S. Senator H. John Heinz III of Pennsylvania and a second cousin of Frederick Trump, second cousin twice removed of Donald J. Trump. Henry John Heinz was born in Pittsburgh on October 11, 1844, the son of German immigrants John Henry Heinz, of Kallstadt, Kingdom of Bavaria, Anna Margaretha Schmidt, of Kruspis, Hesse-Kassel, his father immigrated to the United States at age 29 in 1840, his mother at age 21 in 1843. They were married December 4, 1843, in Birmingham, Pennsylvania, on the south side of Pittsburgh, where they first met.

Anna Schmidt was the daughter of a Lutheran minister. Heinz was confirmed as a Lutheran. In life he worshipped as a member of Methodist and Presbyterian churches, worked with Baptists as well. Through his mother's family, Henry Heinz was a second cousin to Frederick Trump, who emigrated to the United States in 1885. Trump was the immigrant paternal grandfather of Donald Trump of New York City. Henry John Heinz began packing foodstuffs on a small scale at Sharpsburg, Pennsylvania, in 1869. There he founded Heinz Noble & Company with a friend, L. Clarence Noble, started marketing packaged horseradish; the company went bankrupt in 1875. The following year Heinz founded another company, F & J Heinz, with his brother John Heinz and a cousin, Frederick Heinz. One of this company's first products was tomato ketchup; the company continued to grow, in 1888 Heinz bought out his other two partners and reorganized as the H. J. Heinz Company, the name carried to the present day; the company's slogan, "57 varieties," was introduced by Heinz in 1896.

Heinz said he chose "5" because it was his lucky number and the number "7" was his wife's lucky number. H. J. Heinz Company was incorporated in 1905, Heinz served as its first president, leading in the position for the rest of his life. Under his tutelage, the company was noted for fair treatment of workers and for pioneering safe and sanitary food preparation, he provided his employees with free medical care. Heinz led a successful lobbying effort in favor of the Pure Food and Drug Act in 1906. During World War I, he worked with the Food Administration, he was a director in many financial institutions, was chairman of a committee to devise ways of protecting Pittsburgh from floods. At the time of Heinz's death in Pittsburgh at the age of 74, the H. J. Heinz Company had more than 20 food processing plants, owned seed farms and container factories. Heinz was the grandfather of H. J. Heinz II, the great-grandfather of U. S. Senator H. John Heinz III of Pennsylvania, great-great grandfather of Henry John Heinz IV, André Thierstein Heinz and Christopher Drake Heinz.

Another relative is Teresa Heinz-Kerry, widow of H. John Heinz III, married to ex-senator and former United States Secretary of State John Kerry. Heinz married Sarah Sloan Young Heinz on September 3, 1869, she had grown up in the Presbyterian Church. They had five children: Irene Edwilda Heinz-Given Clarence Henry Heinz Howard Covode Heinz Robert Eugene Heinz Clifford Sloan Heinz They were raised as Presbyterians. Heinz was a man of faith; when he visited England, his "tourist stops" included the graves of religious leaders John Bunyan, Isaac Watts, John Wesley. He visited a chapel that Wesley founded writing that "I felt I was upon holy ground." At the beginning of his will Heinz wrote: "I desire to set forth, at the beginning of this Will, as the most important item in it, a confession of my faith in Jesus Christ as my Savior."A bronze statue of Heinz by Emil Fuchs was dedicated on October 11, 1924 at the Heinz Company building in Pittsburgh. Heinz died at his home May 1919, after contracting pneumonia.

His funeral was at East Liberty Presbyterian Church. He was buried in the Heinz Family Mausoleum. "Henry Heinz and Brand Creation in the Late Nineteenth Century: Making Markets for Processed Food" by Nancy F. Koehn; the Business History Review, Vol. 73, pp. 349–393. JSTOR 3116181

Caledonian Airways (1988)

Caledonian Airways was a United Kingdom charter airline established in 1988 by rebranding British Airtours when that company's parent British Airways took over British Caledonian. It merged in 2000 with Flying Colours Airlines to form JMC Air. Caledonian Airways was formed in 1988; the British Airways air charter subsidiary British Airtours was rebranded as Caledonian Airways. In 1995 British Airways sold Caledonian Airways to UK tour operator Inspirations, part of the Carlson Group. Between 1997 and 1998 Caledonian Airways operated four aircraft under the name Peach Air. Inspirations became part of the Thomas Cook in 2000. Caledonian Airways was merged with Flying Colours Airlines to form JMC Air. Who renamed to Thomas Cook Airlines, being part of the newly formed Thomas Cook AG. Caledonian Airways operated 27 aircraft during its 12 years in operation including three McDonnell Douglas DC-10s, seven Lockheed L-1011s, seven Boeing 757s, one Boeing 747 and eight Airbus A320s. Media related to Caledonian Airways at Wikimedia Commons

Klas Dahlbeck

Klas Dahlbeck is a Swedish professional ice hockey player, playing with HC CSKA Moscow of the Kontinental Hockey League. He was selected by the Chicago Blackhawks in the 3rd round of the 2011 NHL Entry Draft. Dahlbeck made his professional debut in the Swedish Hockey League, with Linköpings HC in the 2009–10 season. After two more seasons in Sweden on 29 May 2012, Dahlbeck signed a three-year entry level contract with the Blackhawks. Dahlbeck endured his first two North American seasons with AHL affiliate, the Rockford IceHogs, establishing himself as the franchise career leader in plus/minus before in the 2014–15 season he made his NHL debut with the Blackhawks on 6 December 2014 against the Nashville Predators, he scored his first NHL goal on 11 December against Tuukka Rask of the Boston Bruins. On 28 February 2015, Dahlbeck was traded, along with Chicago's first round draft pick in 2015, to the Arizona Coyotes in exchange for Antoine Vermette. On the eve of the 2016–17 season, Dahlbeck's tenure with the Coyotes came to a close as he was claimed off waivers by the Carolina Hurricanes on 11 October 2016.

After a year with the Carolina Hurricanes in which he played 43 games, he was resigned to a one year, $850,000 deal with the Hurricanes for 2017–18 on 21 April 2017. During the season he skated in 33 games for the Hurricanes, contributing with 5 points. On May 22, 2018, the Hurricanes General Manager Don Waddell confirmed that Dahlbeck had left for KHL, agreeing to a one-year deal with CSKA Moscow. Biographical information and career statistics from, or, or, or, or The Internet Hockey Database

Gaffa (magazine)

Gaffa is a free Danish music magazine distributed in Denmark and Norway. Gaffa is Denmark's oldest music magazine, it has been published since 1983 and has about 135,000 print readers and 200,000 online readers each month. Gaffa has been published on a monthly basis since 1983; the magazine is distributed to places such as educational institutions, record shops and cafés, as well as a small number to paying subscribers. It features music news and notes, album reviews and upcoming concert schedules; the name gaffa comes from gaffer tape, with the magazine's stated intention of "binding the different parts of the music community together". Gaffa's website,, was established in 1996. Since December 2008 all back issues of the magazine are accessible online free of charge. In 2008 Gaffa launched GAFFA live - a concert overview for Denmark and Norway. In 2009 Gaffa was launched in 2011 in Norway. In April 2006, Gaffa launched a user-written music encyclopedia, GAFFApedia, as a subsection of its website.

Based on MediaWiki, it is similar to Wikipedia and covered by the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike licence. GAFFApedia was closed in 2010; the GAFFA Awards are an annual event created in 1991 to hand out prizes for music achievements. Since 2010, the awards have been held at a large gala show in Copenhagen. Categories include Album of the Year, Foreign Album of the Year, Singer of the Year and Foreign Singer of the Year. Since 2010, GAFFA’s Swedish readers have voted for and celebrated their favourite artists through GAFFA Priset. In 2012, GAFFA Norway established its version of the awards. List of magazines in Denmark GAFFA Norway GAFFA Sweden Gaffa archives

Donald Lehmann

Donald R. Lehmann is the George E. Warren Professor of Business Professor at Columbia Business School. A Fellow of the American Marketing Association, he is known for his work on choice and decision making and new product development, he receive his BA from Union College, his doctorate from Purdue University in 1969. His doctoral thesis "Choice among similar alternatives: an application of a model of individual preference to the selection of television shows by viewers" was written under the supervision of Frank Bass, he has been author or coauthor of the following books: Donald R. and Russell S. Winer. Analysis for Marketing Planning. Boston: McGraw-Hill, 1991, 1997, 2009. ISBN 9780071263634 Translated into Japanese by Takamichi Inoue as マーケティング計画: 立案手法入門 / Māketingu keikaku: ritsuan shuhō nyūmon. Tōkyō: Bunshindō, 1991. ISBN 9784830940514 Translated into Chinese as Analysis for marketing planning = 营销策划分析 / Ying xiao ce hua fen xi. Beijing: Beijing da xue chu ban she, 2007. ISBN 9787301112137 Translated into Spanish as Investigación y análisis de mercado.

México: Compañía Editorial Continental, 1998. Product Managers Marketing Plan 产品经理的营销计划 /Chan pin jing li de ying xiao ji hua / Product manager's marketing plan / Donald R. Lehmann, Russell S. Winer. Beijing: Yu hang chu ban she, 1999. Lehmann, Donald R. and Russell S. Winer. Product management. Maidenhead: McGraw-Hill Education, 2001, 2004. ISBN 9780071238328 Translated into Chinese as: 产品管理: 第4版 / Chan pin guan li. Beijing: Beijing da xue chu ban she, 2006. ISBN 9787301096901Lehmann, Donald R. Sunil Gupta, Joel H. Steckel.'Marketing Research. Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley, 1998. ISBN 9780321014160Lehmann, Donald R. and Katherine E. Jocz. Reflections on the Futures of Marketing: Practice and Education. Cambridge, MA: Marketing Science Institute, 1997. ISBN 9780965711401

Tshepo Gumede

Tshepo Gumede is a South African professional footballer who plays for AmaZulu as a defender. Gumede began his youth career at Arcadia Shepherds before joining the SuperSport United academy, he failed to make an appearance. Gumede joined Platinum Stars in July 2012. At the end of the 2012–13 season, he was nominated for the ABSA Premiership Young Player of the Year award and the Nedbank Cup Most Promising Player of the Tournament award, winning the former. On July 26, 2016 it was announced. In June 2018 Gumede left the club, with the club not renewing his contract. Gumede would go on to join AmaZulu in February 2019, this after spending a period of time on trial with the club. Gumede was part of the South Africa squad for the 2013 COSAFA Cup and made his debut against Namibia. Tshepo Gumede at Tshepo Gumede at Soccerway