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Elvis Presley – The Last 24 Hours

On Monday, August 15th, Elvis arose late, as was his custom. (The Memphis Commercial Appeal’s editorial on his passing noted that “if he kept late hours, he also kept the peace.”(After nightfall, he took one of his Stutz-Bearcats out for a drive through Memphis. After returning to Graceland he went to his racquet ball court and played until about six a.m. Tuesday, August 16th.

At 2:33 p.m. the call came to the Memphis Fire Department’s Engine House No. 29 on 2147 Elvis Presley Boulevard. The call, from Elvis’ road manager Joe Esposito, said that someone was having trouble breathing at Graceland. That is not an unusual complaint, since fans often faint outside the Presley mansion. Charlie Crosby and Ulysses S. Jones Jr. jumped into Unit No. 6, a “Modular Rev Ambulance” — an orange and white boxlike structure affixed to a GMC chassis–turned on the siren and headed south. At 3746 Elvis Presley Boulevard (no one here calls it just Presley or just Elvis) the ambulance was led up the winding driveway of Graceland by a waiting car.

Crosby and Jones were brought upstairs, where Presley was lying on the floor of his bathroom. His personal doctor. George Nichopoulos was administering cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

They put Elvis, in his blue pajamas, into Unit No. 6 and sped north on Elvis Presley Boulevard. Crosby was driving and Jones was helping with revival attempts in the back. A number of Elvis’ employees followed. They turned left on Union and raced to Baptist Memorial Hospital’s emergency room entrance, just four-tenths of a mile east of the original Sun Records studio at 706 Union — now a vacant and padlocked yellow, one-story building — where Elvis first recorded. “Breathe, Presley, breathe!” the Commercial Appeal quoted his doctor as saying on the way to the hospital. It was more than too late. Presley’s body was already blue.

Even so, at 2:56 p.m. he was rushed into the emergency room, which was then closed to all other cases. A “Harvey Team,” which is trained in all means of reviving a dying person, worked on him without success. Dr. Nichopoulos finally pronounced Elvis Presley dead at 3:30 p.m.

His body, which was becoming bloated, was moved to the hospital morgue on the second floor. The morgue was sealed off by tight security and the preliminary autopsy began, with every important doctor in the hospital present. Also called in was Dr. Jerry Francisco, the Shelby County medical examiner. Their preliminary ruling was cardiac arrhythmia and hardening of the arteries.

“Elvis had the arteries of an eighty-year-old man,” a Baptist Hospital employee said. “His body was just worn out. His arteries and veins were terribly corroded.”

“He had been hospitalized here on five occasions,” the employee said. “Usually, he would go home to Graceland first. But the last time, in April, they flew him directly here from Louisiana. Every time, the security got tighter. This time, when he was dead, it was tight.

“An autopsy usually takes twenty-four hours. Usually, any vital organs that are removed for study are returned and put into a bag and dropped into the coffin before burial. But not in Elvis’ case. His brain, his heart, his liver, his kidneys and all the rest have been kept out for tests here.” (Maurice Elliott, Baptist Hospital’s vice-president, said, “All organs were removed, and that is not unusual.” Elliott added that “we don’t have a definite cause of death yet, and as the coroner, Dr. [Jerry] Francisco said, we may never know the exact cause of death. Since Dr. Francisco ruled death by natural causes, it then became a private case. So, all autopsy findings will be referred to the family and then any public announcement of the results will be up to the family.”)

“He was hospitalized here from April 1st to 6th of this year, after cutting short a tour. And Elvis was here for two weeks in January and February of ’75, for two weeks in August and September of ’75, for two weeks in October of ’73, the hospital employee said. “They were treating him for everything — hypertension, enlarged colon, gastroenteritis stomach inflammation. He was getting cortisone treatments, and I heard that was for arthritis, but our doctor said Elvis might have had systemic lupus erythematosus. Lupus is an extremely rare, chronic inflammation of the nervous systems kidneys and skin. It is treated with cortisone. He also had a severe liver condition. Cortisone might have explained his weight — he was a big man; he was weighing at least 230 pounds.”

Doctors at Baptist Memorial discounted the lupus theory and said final autopsy results may not be known for weeks.

Elvis’ body was removed by hearse from Baptist Memorial at 8:10 p.m. and taken up Union to the Memphis Funeral Home for embalming. The nest morning he was taken to the foyer of Graceland to lie in state.

Almost immediately after his death was announced at four p.m. on Tuesday, mourners began gathering outside Graceland, a surprisingly modest, eighteen-room former church that Elvis bought for his mother in 1957.

To reach Graceland you head south on Elvis Presley Boulevard, that portion of Bellevue which was renamed after Memphis’ favorite son in 1972, and pass through a steadily deteriorating neighborhood past Forest Hill Cemetery Midtown where his mother, Gladys Smith Presley, was buried in 1958, also at the age of forty-two, past Denny’s Restaurant, past an open field of eleven acres that Elvis owns, and there, at 3746, is a low, rock fence with a jagged top, a white iron gate and a red brick gatehouse to guard Elvis’ privacy.

Elvis’ father, Vernon, had decided to let the mourners file past the open casket in Graceland from three to five p.m. on Wednesday, and the crush of humanity out on Elvis Presley Boulevard had become fearsome. Literally miles of mourners stretched in both directions, waiting for a last glimpse. Is was as comprehensive a cross section of America as one could ever wish to see: bikers, businessmen, children, Shriners in clown shirts and phalanxes of middle-aged women, many of them sobbing.

The grounds of Graceland Christian Church, which is Elvis’ neighbor on the north (on the south is the podiatry clinic), were soon littered with soft-drink cans and film wrappers. The church’s trees were snapping under the weight of people trying to see beyond the rock fence. And the shopping center across the street from Graceland quickly overflowed with cars and people and souvenir vendors. A woman leaned against she signpost for “Mr. Toy of America” and openly sobbed as she listened to “Love Me Tender” coming from a nearby car radio.

Inside the grounds, once you got past the press compound and the roped off medical area, the pastoral quiet was stunning. At the top of the circular sloping driveway there were more flowers than one could count: dozens of floral guitars and hound dogs and hearts. Eventually, a hundred vans decreed 3166 floral arrangements sent by everyone from the Soviet Union to Elton John to the Memphis Police Department.

Graceland is an understated, two-story white brick colonial building. Two massive, white stone lions flank the doorway. Behind them Air National Guardsmen stood at stiff attention. Just inside the foyer, Elvis was laid out in a 900-pound copper-lined coffin underneath a crystal chandelier. White linen was spread on the floor and grim, silent bodyguards were fanned out around the room. Elvis was dressed is a pure white suit, light blue shirt and white tie. The face was riveting: terribly pale and puffy but still handsome. The woman just in front of me in line, when she saw that face, sagged visibly as though she has just taken a bullet. Her sobs were the only sounds in the room.

In the midst of the plainness and glory of death, kids were skateboarding right beside a crying girl who was clutching at least twenty-five copies of the Press-Scimitar with its headline: A LONELY LIFE ENDS ON ELVIS PE5LEY BOULEVARD. Other kids were scouting she parking lot with shopping bags, looking for returnable soft-drink bottles.

At fine p.m. a gentle rain began but no one was about to leave. The gates were to close then, but the police had to deal with about 10,000 people. Finally the order can’t from “the family”: she gates would be shut at 6:30. They were. In seemed touch-and-go for a while–an awesome crowd surged at the gates amid boos and tears and sobs. Eventually, the crowd gave up. The rock wall facing on Elvis Presley Boulevard is low enough to jump over but no one tried.

The last people in line were Mike and Cheryl Smelser, of Memphis. How did it feel to be last in line? “Right now it does not feel all that good,” said Mike.

The crowds outside Graceland did not let up. In the early morning hours of Thursday, August 18th, the first two Elvis Presley-related fatalities occurred. At four a.m., Alice Hovatar and Juanita Johnson, both from Monroe, Louisiana, and Tammy Baiter of St. Clair, Missouri, went out to the median strip of Elvis Presley Boulevard to talk to Officer W. C. Greenwood. Alice said to him, “I can’t believe he’s dead.” Then, according so witnesses a 1963 white Ford driven by a man identified as Treatise Wheeler, eighteen, headed south slowly and did a sudden U-turn in the shopping center parking lot in front of the Hickory Log. Tires smoking, the Ford headed north straight far the median strip, at 50 mph. Officer Greenwood threw his flashlight at the windshield bar is was too late.

The car hit the three girls and tossed them like matchsticks. Johnson and Hovatar, their bodies mangled beyond recognition, died instantly. Baiter remains in critical condition. Officers immediately arrested Wheeler.

Wheeler appeared in court on Friday and, after his mother said that he had mental problems, was held without bail.

About the same time, 1700 copies of the Commercial-Appeal were stolen and were being hawked at prices ranging up to five dollars.

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NAME

PROFESSION

ADDRESS

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Alvin Lester Davis

Stationary Engineer //English Teacher

West Fork Arkansas

Phone: 479 800 4885

Cell: 501-242-2000

E-Mail: alvindavis99@gmail.com also Skype E-Mail: alvin_davis_99@yahoo.com

This is all about me and what I do check them out to know the real me and my story and videos

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alvindavis99 Visit Blog

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UNSOLVED KNOWLEDGE Visit Blog

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Specification

Summary of

Experience

:

:

Supervising mechanics on Central Plant equipment and Boiler Rooms for Industrial Plant, Hospitals and Airports.

In excess of 15 years with civilian and mechanical engineering equipment concerned with the maintenance and repairs of wide range of equipment in boiler rooms operation and maintenance such as four (4) units of oil fired high temperature water boilers with a capacity of 45,000,000 BTU/hr. per unit and four (4) Centrifugal Refrigeration Units with a capacity of 5000 tons per unit, Water and Waste Treatment Plants, Utilities Supports, and D.I. system for a Pharmaceutical Company.

Qualification and Training:

Boiler seminar

A/C School in OSU College Oklahoma State

206 Whitehurst | Oklahoma State University – Stillwater | Stillwater, OK 74078 | 405.744.5982 U.S.A. ASS..

Secret Clearance

Fiber Optic / Solar Design/ Engineering Classes

Facilities Engineering BA

  1. CIP school in Angeles City

Jan 2009 to Oct 2013

Teaching Korean and Japanese student all English subjects\

Now as of May 06 2011 I am Head Teacher of 58 Teachers and 80 Students at CIP

Web site: cipschool.com

Shane English School

Dongying China

Jan 2008 to Sept 2009

Teaching English to 5yr to 15yr old Chinese children class size 8 to 32

200 students a week. Basic English to advanced English Night Class 20yr to 40yr people

Skill’s Interviews, passing SAT for enrollment for the USA

Novartis

5745 Peladeau St

Emeryville CA US 94508

2006-2008

Master Mechanic for 22 Buildings with Pharm Equipment, as Boilers, Chillers, Sterilizers,

P.M’s Corrective Maintenance.

Company was changed

H.V.A.C. TECH / SUPERVISOR

VERIZON DATA BASE

7901 Freeport Blvd

Sacramento CA. 95832

2005 to 2006

Phone: 916-665-3206

Supervisor: Rene’ Sacrarodt

Responsibility: Chillers, Boilers, H.V.A.C. System in the Building. P.M.’s Corrective Maintenance On all Building System’s, including but not limited to VAV, Air-Handlers, Cooling Towers, Helping the Electricians on there Craft as well.

Stationary Engineer

EUSA CH-47 FLIGHT SIMULATOR

UNIT 15367 APO South Korea. AP 96271-5367

2002 to 2005 COMPUTER SCIENCES CORP.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

45154 UNDERWOOD LANE Teaching English A.C.T.

Sterling, Virginia 20166 Collage Students

Phone: 703-318-2800

Fax: 703-318-2888

Job Title: HVAC Engineer: Repair of Chillers, Boilers, working with Building Control Systems.

Supervising HVAC tech’s for all Army Bases in South Korea

2001-2002 Yamas Controls:

: Working with Company’s as Genentech, Highland Hospital, Our Lady of Holy Angels.

Responsibilities: Repair of Chillers, Boilers, Air-Handling Units, Controls

Equipment: Trane, Clever-Brooks, Westinghouse, Carrier, Copeland.

Left Company to go overseas.

1996 to 2000Saudi Oger Ltd

King Khalid International Airport Project

Utilities Division, Heating & Cooling Section

P.O. Box 12702, Riyadh 11483 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Job Title: Supervisor, H&C Maintenance

Duties &

Responsibilities

: Supervising Maintenance personnel of Central Plant Heating & Cooling Section composed of Foremen, Lead Mechanics, Mechanics, HVAC Personnel, I&C Technicians, and Plant Electricians.

Responsibilities: include plant machinery’s e.g. four (4) Centrifugal Refrigeration Units, each with a capacity of producing 5000 tons per hour of chilled water, four (4) diesel fuel oil fired high temperature water boilers, each with a capacity of producing 45,000,000 BTU per hour with an output temperature of 204OC, six (6) cooling towers and fans, CHW & HTW piping

Equaling a total length of 12.8 Kilometers. In addition, submitting daily, weekly and monthly reports to the Superintendent and Project Manager.

Maintenance Duty Officer: On many occasions assumed the duties and

Responsibilities for all contractual decisions and work co-ordinations at the KKIA Airport during night shifts and weekends.

1993 – 1996 Boot’s Pharmaceutical Co.

910 Ellerbe Rd, Shreveport,

Louisiana 71101, USA

Chief Stationary Engineer of Central Plant

Responsibilities: included (4) 1000 tons Trane Centrifugal Units, (4) 250 PSI water tube steam Ryans D.I. Water system, 4 Culligan water softeners. Also responsibilities submit time sheets, scheduling of shifts, man-hour reports, monthly reports, weekly reports, chemical reports. Compressors, Super Cooled Systems, Automatic Controls for Boilers & Chillers, Barbare / Colman, Blue Prints, P.I.D. Fiber Optic Systems. February 1996 went to Saudi Arabia (company was sold to B.A.S.F).

1991 – 1993 American Towers

102 North Market, Shreveport,

Louisiana 71107, USA

Chief Stationary Engineer for 16 Stories Office Building

Responsibilities included to supervise (6) Stationary Engineers, (2) Cleverbrook’s Steam Boilers, Maintenance and Repair, Operations, Preventive Maintenance, Corrective Maintenance, Budgeting for $1,000,000 a year Maintenance & Operation.

1983 – 1991 Schumpert Hospital

915 Margaret St. Shreveport,

Louisiana 71107, USA

Stationary Engineer :

Operations & Maintenance of Steam System, included autoclaves, boilers, 150,000 LB steam per hour, water softeners, (4) 1000 tons Trane Centrifugal Units, Cooling Towers, Pumps, Comperssors, D.A. tank operations & maintenance heat exchanger units, emergency systems. Mogal water treatment daily assessment.

Babcox & Wilcox steam boilers with 26 Turbine Generators.

Special Skills:

Memory Logic, Reading & Interpretation, Problem Solving, Electronic Technology, Blue Prints.

Hobbies: Golf, Table Tennis, Chess, Card Games, Socializing, Church Activities, Problem Solving.

Goals: To excel and to be the best in my profession

To create harmony and to be a positive boost to the team

To continue learning so I can advance myself as a professional.

Personal Profile: An experienced Heating & Cooling Engineer having substantial professional expertise in installing, Commissioning, Maintenance and Operations of most types of Heating and Cooling Systems which include hot and cold water supplies Steam, Chilled Water, High Temperature Water, Gas Supplies, Oil Supplies, Heat Recovery, High Purity Water Systems, Chemical Injection System, OSHA standards, MMS System, LIS System, P.M.’s, C.M.’s, Preventive Maintenance, Planning and completing projects. D.I. Water Systems.

Personality:Sociable, Professional, Loyal, Innovative, Organized, Systematic, and Punctual.

Strive for excellence in whatever I do.

Posted May 15, 2014 by Teacher Alvin in LEARNING ENGLISH

Here I am now in West Fork Arkansas “SINGLE” and Wanting to go to work   Leave a comment

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UNSOLVED KNOWLEDGE Visit Blog
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CURRICULUM VITAE

NAME

PROFESSION

ADDRESS

:

:

:

Alvin Lester Davis

Stationary Engineer //English Teacher

West Fork Arkansas

Phone: 479 839 3126 E-Mail: alvindavis99@gmail.com also Skype E-Mail: alvin_davis_99@yahoo.com

Specification

Summary of

Experience

:

:

Supervising mechanics on Central Plant equipment and Boiler Rooms for Industrial Plant, Hospitals and Airports.

In excess of 15 years with civilian and mechanical engineering equipment concerned with the maintenance and repairs of wide range of equipment in boiler rooms operation and maintenance such as four (4) units of oil fired high temperature water boilers with a capacity of 45,000,000 BTU/hr. per unit and four (4) Centrifugal Refrigeration Units with a capacity of 5000 tons per unit, Water and Waste Treatment Plants, Utilities Supports, and D.I. system for a Pharmaceutical Company.

Qualification and Training:

Boiler seminar

A/C School in OSU College Oklahoma State

206 Whitehurst | Oklahoma State University – Stillwater | Stillwater, OK 74078 | 405.744.5982 U.S.A. ASS..

Secret Clearance

Fiber Optic / Solar Design/ Engineering Classes

Facilities Engineering BA

  1. CIP school in Angeles City

Jan 2009 to Oct 2013

Teaching Korean and Japanese student all English subjects\

Now as of May 06 2011 I am Head Teacher of 58 Teachers and 80 Students at CIP

Web site: cipschool.com

Shane English School

Dongying China

Jan 2008 to Sept 2009

Teaching English to 5yr to 15yr old Chinese children class size 8 to 32

200 students a week. Basic English to advanced English Night Class 20yr to 40yr people

Skill’s Interviews, passing SAT for enrollment for the USA

Novartis

5745 Peladeau St

Emeryville CA US 94508

2006-2008

Master Mechanic for 22 Buildings with Pharm Equipment, as Boilers, Chillers, Sterilizers,

P.M’s Corrective Maintenance.

Company was changed

H.V.A.C. TECH / SUPERVISOR

VERIZON DATA BASE

7901 Freeport Blvd

Sacramento CA. 95832

2005 to 2006

Phone: 916-665-3206

Supervisor: Rene’ Sacrarodt

Responsibility: Chillers, Boilers, H.V.A.C. System in the Building. P.M.’s Corrective Maintenance On all Building System’s, including but not limited to VAV, Air-Handlers, Cooling Towers, Helping the Electricians on there Craft as well.

Stationary Engineer

EUSA CH-47 FLIGHT SIMULATOR

UNIT 15367 APO South Korea. AP 96271-5367

2002 to 2005 COMPUTER SCIENCES CORP.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH

45154 UNDERWOOD LANE Teaching English A.C.T.

Sterling, Virginia 20166 Collage Students

Phone: 703-318-2800

Fax: 703-318-2888

Job Title: HVAC Engineer: Repair of Chillers, Boilers, working with Building Control Systems.

Supervising HVAC tech’s for all Army Bases in South Korea

2001-2002 Yamas Controls:

: Working with Company’s as Genentech, Highland Hospital, Our Lady of Holy Angels.

Responsibilities: Repair of Chillers, Boilers, Air-Handling Units, Controls

Equipment: Trane, Clever-Brooks, Westinghouse, Carrier, Copeland.

Left Company to go overseas.

1996 to 2000 Saudi Oger Ltd

King Khalid International Airport Project

Utilities Division, Heating & Cooling Section

P.O. Box 12702, Riyadh 11483 Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Job Title: Supervisor, H&C Maintenance

Duties &

Responsibilities

: Supervising Maintenance personnel of Central Plant Heating & Cooling Section composed of Foremen, Lead Mechanics, Mechanics, HVAC Personnel, I&C Technicians, and Plant Electricians.

Responsibilities: include plant machinery’s e.g. four (4) Centrifugal Refrigeration Units, each with a capacity of producing 5000 tons per hour of chilled water, four (4) diesel fuel oil fired high temperature water boilers, each with a capacity of producing 45,000,000 BTU per hour with an output temperature of 204OC, six (6) cooling towers and fans, CHW & HTW piping

Equaling a total length of 12.8 Kilometers. In addition, submitting daily, weekly and monthly reports to the Superintendent and Project Manager.

Maintenance Duty Officer: On many occasions assumed the duties and

Responsibilities for all contractual decisions and work co-ordinations at the KKIA Airport during night shifts and weekends.

1993 – 1996 Boot’s Pharmaceutical Co.

910 Ellerbe Rd, Shreveport,

Louisiana 71101, USA

Chief Stationary Engineer of Central Plant

Responsibilities: included (4) 1000 tons Trane Centrifugal Units, (4) 250 PSI water tube steam Ryans D.I. Water system, 4 Culligan water softeners. Also responsibilities submit time sheets, scheduling of shifts, man-hour reports, monthly reports, weekly reports, chemical reports. Compressors, Super Cooled Systems, Automatic Controls for Boilers & Chillers, Barbare / Colman, Blue Prints, P.I.D. Fiber Optic Systems. February 1996 went to Saudi Arabia (company was sold to B.A.S.F).

1991 – 1993 American Towers

102 North Market, Shreveport,

Louisiana 71107, USA

Chief Stationary Engineer for 16 Stories Office Building

Responsibilities included to supervise (6) Stationary Engineers, (2) Cleverbrook’s Steam Boilers, Maintenance and Repair, Operations, Preventive Maintenance, Corrective Maintenance, Budgeting for $1,000,000 a year Maintenance & Operation.

1983 – 1991 Schumpert Hospital

915 Margaret St. Shreveport,

Louisiana 71107, USA

Stationary Engineer :

Operations & Maintenance of Steam System, included autoclaves, boilers, 150,000 LB steam per hour, water softeners, (4) 1000 tons Trane Centrifugal Units, Cooling Towers, Pumps, Comperssors, D.A. tank operations & maintenance heat exchanger units, emergency systems. Mogal water treatment daily assessment.

Babcox & Wilcox steam boilers with 26 Turbine Generators.

Special Skills:

Memory Logic, Reading & Interpretation, Problem Solving, Electronic Technology, Blue Prints.

Hobbies: Golf, Table Tennis, Chess, Card Games, Socializing, Church Activities, Problem Solving.

Goals: To excel and to be the best in my profession

To create harmony and to be a positive boost to the team

To continue learning so I can advance myself as a professional.

Personal Profile: An experienced Heating & Cooling Engineer having substantial professional expertise in installing, Commissioning, Maintenance and Operations of most types of Heating and Cooling Systems which include hot and cold water supplies Steam, Chilled Water, High Temperature Water, Gas Supplies, Oil Supplies, Heat Recovery, High Purity Water Systems, Chemical Injection System, OSHA standards, MMS System, LIS System, P.M.’s, C.M.’s, Preventive Maintenance, Planning and completing projects. D.I. Water Systems.

Personality: Sociable, Professional, Loyal, Innovative, Organized, Systematic, and Punctual.

Strive for excellence in whatever I do.

Posted May 6, 2014 by Teacher Alvin in LEARNING ENGLISH