Dal-Tex Building

The Dal-Tex Building is a seven story office building located at 501 Elm Street in the West End Historic District of downtown Dallas glass refillable water bottles, Texas. The building is located on the northeast corner of Elm and North Houston Streets, across the street from the Texas School Book Depository in Dealey Plaza, the scene of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on November 22, 1963. The Dal-Tex Building, sometimes called the Dallas-Textiles Building glass bottles, the Dal-Tex Market Building, or the Dal-Tex Mart Building, was a center of the textile business in Dallas.

Designed by architects James P. Hubbell and Herbert Miller Greene as a warehouse for the Kingman Texas Implement Company, the building has been described as one of the “earliest Sullivanesque designs in Texas”. The building has also been reported to show the Prairie School’s influence on Greene.

Abraham Zapruder, who shot the famous Zapruder film, had his offices on the fourth floor of the Dal-Tex Building.

Several conspiracy theories in the assassination of Kennedy allege that some of the shots fired on the President’s motorcade originated from the Dal-Tex Building. In September 1966, Triumph published an article by Lawrence R cheap retro soccer jerseys. Brown stating that bullet trajectories traced back to a second floor window in the Dal-Tex Building. Jim Garrison told Playboy in September 1967 that the building was “in all probability” one of four locations in which snipers fired at Kennedy. Garrison would later claim that there were four assassination teams, each consisting of a rifleman and a lookout, including one on the seventh floor of the building. In November 1967, Josiah Thompson stated that his study led him to conclude that there were four shots from three firing positions during the assassination. Thompson concluded that the Dal-Tex Building was included within a zone that also included the Dallas County Records Building and parts of the Dallas Criminal Courts Building that Thompson determined could have been the location source of the second shot. Thompson said that a young man was arrested within minutes after the shooting, taken in for questioning by police, then disappeared in the confusion.

In the May 1970 issue of Computers and Automation, Richard E. Sprague said he used computer analysis of still photographs and movie film from Dealey Plaza. Implicating four gunmen and at least 50 conspirators in Kennedy’s assassination, he concluded that two shots originated from the Dal-Tex Building. Five years later in September 1975, Sprague and L. Fletcher Prouty stated that their study of still photographs and film of the assassination revealed that the fourth floor of the Dal-Tex Building was one of three or four firing positions during the assassination.

The Dal-Tex Building (right), across the street from the Texas School Book Depository Building

Warren Commission exhibit #876 showing the location of the Dal-Tex Building


Maria Basels

Maria Basels (* 12. Oktober 1886 in Kempen; † 23. Juli 1969 in Kempen) war eine Kauffrau und letzte Angehörige der fast 400 Jahre in Kempen ansässigen Familie Basels. Ihr Vermögen vermachte sie zwei Kempener Stiftungen.

Maria Basels entstammte der „Ludwig-Linie“, eine der beiden Stammlinien der Kempener Familie Basels, die seit Mitte des 18. Jahrhunderts in der Neustraße ansässig war. Ihr Großvater Jakob Heinrich Basels stellte 1868 die Firma „Geschwister Basels, Posthalterei, Öl- und Mehlhandel“ auf eine Seifensiederei um, die sich mit der Herstellung von Schmierseife, der grünen Seife, befasste cheap retro soccer jerseys. 1908, nach dem Tod ihres Vaters, führte ihre Mutter die Seifensiederei weiter fort. Nach dem Ersten Weltkrieg unternahmen dann Maria Basels zusammen mit ihrem Bruder Jakob Franz und ihrer Schwester Frieda einen Neuanfang und gründeten eine Lebensmittel-Großhandlung. 1937 wurde eine Kaffeerösterei angegliedert waterproof smartphone pouch. Nach dem Tod ihrer Geschwister übertrug Maria Basels schließlich 1959 das Geschäft ihrem langjährigen Geschäftsführer. Mit ihrem Tod 1969 ging eine lange Tradition, der mit der Stadt Kempen eng verbundenen Familie Basels, zu Ende. Ihr gesamtes Vermögen, unter anderem das Stammhaus Neustraße 32, vermachte sie ihrer Heimatstadt Kempen.

Das Vermögen der Maria Basels ist in zwei Stiftungen geflossen: eine für bedürftige ältere Kempener Mitbürger, die „Maria-Basels-Altenheimstiftung“, wozu auch das Stammhaus Neustraße 32 zählt und eine für das städtische Kramer-Museum zur Erhaltung des wertvollen Mobiliars, die „Maria-Basels-Stiftung“.

2009 wurde in Kempen eine Straße nach ihr benannt.

Wings (Birdy song)

Wings” is a song by English musician Birdy. The song was released as a digital download on 29 July 2013 and in the United Kingdom on 8 September 2013 as the lead single from her second studio album, Fire Within (2013). A remix by Nu:Logic was later released on 27 January 2014 as part of the “Hospital: We Are 18” LP from Hospital Records thermos bottles for coffee.

A music video to accompany the release of “Wings” was first released onto YouTube on 2 August 2013 at a total length of four minutes and twenty-five seconds. The video shows Birdy with guests at a flamboyant mansion party, complete with masks, fencing and horses reusable water bottle that looks like a water bottle. It was directed by Sophie Muller cheap retro soccer jerseys.

The song was featured in trailers for Winter’s Tale, Labor Day

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, the season five finale of The Vampire Diaries and one episode of Catfish: The TV Show. In 2015, it was also used as the soundtrack of the Lloyds Horse Story 250 year anniversary advert, resulting in its return to the UK Singles Chart, reaching a new peak of number 8.

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