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You are human beings. Martin Luther King Jr. On March 28th, King traveled to Memphis to lead the strikers on their daily march to the courthouse. Police surrounded the building and fired tear gas through the stained-glass windows, f looding the sanctuary filled with women and children with caustic gas.
As the strikers dispersed throughout the city, running battles broke out. Larry Page, a year-old boy, was killed by a shotgun-wielding policeman. His open casket funeral, attended by thousands, was held at Clayborn Temple. King vowed to return to Memphis and hold a peaceful march. On the afternoon of April 4, , he was gunned down while standing on the balcony of the Lorraine Motel. Four days later, 42, people marched from Clayborn Temple to the court house.
Dance and musical performances, such as a concert by Kirk Whalum right have drawn people to the old church while it is being restored.
White flight intensified, and the black families who could leave also headed for the suburbs. The congregation dwindled in size throughout the s and s, but its commitment to social activism remained intact. In its final incarnation, the church ran a homeless shelter and soup kitchen, which helped ten of thousands of impoverished citizens.
Then, in , Clayborn Temple closed its doors for the last time. And yet it was boarded up and forgotten for 18 years. The city has repeatedly mulled plans to preserve it. In , the AME and Second Presbyterian churches worked together on a scheme to create a new congregation in the structure.
Each would contribute a pastor, one black and one white, to create a racially integrated, diverse congregation. There it would sit until Frank Smith came along.
About a dozen years ago, I began to be disturbed by the fact that I looked around on Sunday mornings, and everybody looked like me. They vote like me, they process world issues like me. I needed some diversity in my life, some perspective.
So we got kicked out of the train station. When I started digging on it, it took 15 months from the time I first had that thought to convince the AME church to part with it.
Responsibility for abandoned and decaying properties is shared among the owners, the city, and the banks and financial institutions, with none of them having clear incentives to fix the problem. NPI was founded to bridge those incentive gaps. Somebody must care about these properties and do something about it. He spent a lot of relational capital inside his own organization, but finally they allowed us. Considering the neighbors in Elmwood, all the lots and fees are remarkably reasonable.
And they will never be less for all eternity. There is no better time to reserve your place in history than now. They provided a financial structure to sort of park the title. Much of the original hardwood flooring had rotted away. The giant organ is a long way from being able to make sweet music. Through engaging activities like painting and pottery sessions, pet therapy and music programs, we strive to provide your loved one with a sense of purpose while offering a much needed break for you.
To find out how we can help you and your family make every day the best day, call to arrange a tour or visit pagerobbins. The restoration is well under way, and once the situation was stabilized enough for the Downtown Church to begin having weekly meetings there, they discovered that many people were eager to hold their events in the hallowed walls.
Each of its seven movements is a eulogy to victims of police shootings. Memphis Film Festival will begin a week film series focusing on Memphis history, art, and spatial justice. Frank Smith knows the building has a long way to go before it is restored to its former grandeur, but the surge of interest in Clayborn Temple gives him hope for the future.
This runway up to the 50th anniversary of the King assassination seems like the kind of urgency we need to force relationships. It needs to be alive and breathe with the same kind of energy it did all of its life.
Now to come back and be reactivated, redeemed I really feel something exciting in Memphis these days. I feel proud of our city. We could really do something important from here. We could be a model nationally. Wells, and Carlissa Shaw. That was also the day everything hit the fan at Union,. Scott was something and working the mid-day shift. The engineer at the WMC transmitter heard it and picked up the phone.
The normal routine was that the playing of the National Anthem was the signal that the broadcast day was over. The engineer was puzzled because it was the middle of the day. Another call came from an advertiser, unhappy. For several days, FM played strictly Some of the originals who have passed on Top 40 hits. For four years the jocks had been were remembered that Sunday: And many veterans of times an hour over the radio.
He remembers calling the program rying protesters showed up in front of Union Avenue, asking where the real music went. They huddled over drinks with friends and fans and talked about grandkids and retirement and took a lot of cell phone pictures. And a time when it felt like everybody important was in their 20s. And the time Memphis musician Don Nix showed up at the back door for an interview, having just returned from Bangladesh.
And they still laugh at how funny-smelling smoke would waft through the hallways. He had just graduated from Frayser High School. Scott became his mentor. At launch, the new guys at FM were no immediate threat to the established powers. But the new FM station benefited from both timing and technology.
But it was something of a sleeping giant. In the Federal Communication Commission largely to protect the status quo declared that new FM stations could only broadcast with , watts of power. Some were granted as little as 50 watts. But since WMC-FM had gone on the air with more than , watts — 15 years before the regulation — its listeners could tune in to Sinatra from a hundred miles away. Or, just as easily, to Jimi Hendrix. While AM radio could broadcast at much greater distances, it was about to become a static-filled stepchild.
By the early s, more people had more sophisticated FM stereo radios in their cars, along with cassette players. At the same time popular music, post-Woodstock, was undergoing a seismic shift. Albums were in, while singles were on the way out.
But the biggest change of all was in the audience. The Baby Boomers, the biggest American generation yet, were becoming young adults, getting jobs, and seizing economic power along with control of the culture. After looking at the model of a freeform FM station in San Francisco and another in New York, he decided to take his station in a totally new direction. Osmundson passed away in On February 6, , the top of the Billboard Top 40 chart looked like this: FM drew from a much broader playlist, the Billboard Top And the jocks dropped in oldies along with album cuts, not just the hits.
We were leading, a little bit. Switching Jon Scott to nights had a sudden and surprising impact. David Bowie loved Memphis; the English musicians loved Memphis. Dewey played what he, and his audience, liked. Among the hundreds of tweets: To him, radio, with its request lines and faceless voices, was the original social media. He explains it all in a sentence: The area were FM was located is boarded up now.
Sold to new owners in , it was moved across town to its current location on Mt. Progressive Rock in Memphis lasted until the end of the s. There was more money to be made in mainstream music, and FM followed the money.
But the original FM has a legacy. There is a lesson in this: We should pursue our passions. And really like doing? And to still be doing it? He eventually left radio to become a record promotion man. Today he is given credit for breaking a number of superstar artists, including John Mellencamp and Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.
He found his first job in Lawrenceburg, Tennessee. Right then I knew I wanted to be a DJ. I would do anything to make my mom smile. He is co-founder and executive producer of PropagandaTV, a digital television channel featuring historical films that were used for that purpose. The sprawling party was held on the grounds, in a tent, and inside a home on Shady Grove Road. A live simulcast of the Kentucky Derby was shown on eight screens and the ceiling of the tent.
The crowd cheered when Always Dreaming crossed the finish line. Once again the event was held on a beautiful rainless day. It was a great venue to be able to share more information about what Southern Reins does and everyone coming together to make a difference.
Mike and Donna Glenn were honorary chairs. Castle Connolly Medical Ltd. Its online nominations process — located at www. We profiled three of them here, each an example of sustained and adaptive excellence in their specialty.
Germantown, TN Lynn Ebaugh, indicating the rows of patients hooked up to a battery of beeping and whirring machines at the Fresenius Dialysis Center, where she serves as medical director. The problem is that dialysis is time-consuming; a typical patient may spend three to six hours hooked up to a machine, three times a week. Ebaugh, a graduate of the University of South Alabama College of Medicine and founder of the East Memphis Nephrology Center, notes that advances in kidney treatment have come a long way.
People should be better informed about the risks of diabetes, obesity, high blood pressure, and other factors than can damage kidneys. There are several options for dialysis. Memphis, TN At Memphis Surgery Associates, it is our mission to treat patients with the latest procedures and most specialized surgical skill sets in the region. But just as importantly, we pledge to treat every individual with the humility, equality, dignity, and respect they deserve.
We serve most area hospitals and specialize in the following surgical procedures: With so many parts, though, a hand can be easily damaged.
Jeffrey Cole has made a living out of repairing such damage. Orthopedics is rooted in engineering, the physics. Louis, Cole cut his teeth as a hand surgeon with. Technology has also made recovery from trauma an entirely different experience. Individual sleep needs vary, with eight hours being the common recommendation for adults, but those who suffer with sleep disorders — such as apnea, restless legs syndrome, insomnia, and circadian rhythm abnormalities — have to do more than count sheep to get the sleep they need.
To evaluate patients, Schriner — a Mid-South native who received his doctorate of medicine from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center — uses a combination of home sleep tests, laboratory.
Sleep studies look at brain waves, eye movements, nasal air flow, heart rate, oxygen saturation, limb movement, and breathing effort. But some processes remain the same. Luckily though, for patients who suffer with breathing-related sleep problems, CPAP continuous positive airway pressure therapy devices have become less bulky and uncomfortable. Schriner hopes to see continuous improvements.
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Cooley is a lifetime Memphian who graduated in with honors from the University of Tennessee Knoxville, then from the University of Tennessee College of Dentistry in Cooley is also a proud member of: These organizations keep Dr. Cooley abreast of developing studies in the fields of cosmetic, restorative and general dentistry. Cooley and his entire team love to volunteer their time and efforts both locally and globally taking care of patients in Memphis and Shelby Co.
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Our board-certified Nephrologists include Dr. Minesh Pathak and Dr. We also have three nurse practitioners on our team: Karen Reames and Dorothy Alexander each with nearly a decade of Nephrology experience and Elizabeth White who has recently joined the practice with five years of Nephrology experience.
Hamze founded Kidney Care Consultants in and has been practicing Nephrology since This is an honor bestowed upon him by his peers. Rehan Shafique is board-certified in Internal Medicine and Nephrology. He is a Fellow of the American Society of Nephrology. He has special expertise in the field of transplant nephrology and works closely with our post-transplant patients. In addition, he works closely with patients ailing from a wide variety of renal disorders. His areas of interest include management of chronic kidney disease, electrolyte and glomerular disorders.
Minesh Pathak has been practicing nephrology since During his fellowship at UMMC, he worked on a highly published study determining the association of fluid weight gain in severely sick patients with sepsis and cardiac disease. His goal is directed towards early intervention of severely sick patients and a strong emphasis on minimizing risk of progression of chronic kidney disease.
Mark Nader is board-certified in Internal Medicine and Nephrology. He completed his internal medicine residency at Mount Sinai Hospital and did his nephrology and hypertension training at Georgetown University. He has a strong interest in clinical and translational research, particularly as related to chronic kidney disease and glomerulonephritis.
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Schnapp have access to diagnostic expertise gained from years of interventional pain management. For the best clinical outcome and functional improvement, diagnosis and treatment may include nerve blocks, medication management, and physical therapy.
The physicians confer to make decisions on patient care. They are a perfect balance as personality opposites, but in pain management, they have one focus: Their interest also extends to the design, development and production of rehabilitation instruments for the treatment of complex regional pain syndrome.
They broke new ground together, and now continue in their indefatigable quest for answers and advances in the treatment and management of patients with pain.
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He received his cardiovascular training at the University of California-San Francisco and has trained several practicing cardiologists in peripheral vascular percutaneous intervention.
Arcot was voted most Compassionate Doctor on Vitals. Memphis Cardiology and Vein Center was voted among the best clinics in the Commercial Appeal , and At Memphis Vein Center, we treat all types of vascular problems from the simple to the very complex including varicose veins, DVT, peripheral arterial disease, leg ulcers, May-Thurners syndrome, and pelvic congestion syndrome.
Arcot and his highly qualified medical team, who are board certified in their respective fields, offer comprehensive treatment for all vascular conditions including venous and arterial diseases. Varicose veins are abnormal veins that occur in the legs. They can be small, thin, purple lines called spider veins , or they can appear as thick, bulging, or knotty veins.
In a normal vein, valves work to move the blood back to the heart. When a valve malfunctions it causes the blood to pool in the vein, a disorder known as venous insufficiency, which causes varicose veins. The procedure is covered by most insurance companies. Memphis Vein Center is the only outpatient stateof-the-art accredited vascular facility IAC to offer all modalities to treat varicose veins, including endovenous laser ablation treatment EVLT , radio frequency VNUS and venous stenting for MayThurners syndrome, as well as ultrasound guided sclerotherapy, and a microsurgical procedure called phlebotomy.
The single, central location helps to ensure that you see your personal physician for each visit. A team of support staff shares the vision of creating the best experience possible for each patient, whether it be scheduling referral appointments or just checking in on you after an office procedure. Staff is available for questions and concerns at all times to provide every patient with the information and reassurance she needs.
To find out more or schedule an appointment please call Greenwell, MD, Candace D. Carney, MD, Paul D. Miles Moore does best. Not only does Dr. Moore approach each patient with compassion and respect, but he is also committed to finding the best solutions for every dental problem. Moore can transform your smile with an array of cosmetic dentistry options. Brookhaven Circle Memphis, TN We feel fortunate and privileged to be the recognized Venous Insufficiency and Varicose Vein treatment leaders of the Mid-South.
At ProActive we offer the truly personalized attention that you deserve to address the vascular cause of your leg symptoms, be it your arteries or your veins, in addition to comprehensive cardiac care from prevention to cutting-edge treatment.
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Come experience her hospitality in her state of the art practices located in both Cordova and Collierville. UT Regional One Physicians offers primary care and more than 20 medical specialties including cardiology; ear, nose and throat ENT ; endocrinology; gastroenterology; obstetrics and gynecology; physical and rehabilitative medicine; general surgery; rheumatology and more. Through a true partnership, UT Regional One Physicians is a smart approach to integrating an academic mission and personalized physician care to improve patient outcomes and the health of the community.
With more than physicians and advanced practitioners, UT Regional One Physicians is the largest academic-affiliated physician organization in the Mid-South. Second row, left to right: Third row, left to right: Fourth row, left to right: He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Mississippi and his medical degree from the University of Mississippi Medical Center in Francis Family Practice program in He is board-certified by the American Board of Family Practice.
He is active in several professional societies in the area. He is married to Dr. Melanie Woodall and enjoys Ole Miss sports and travel.
He is active with the Episcopal Church and various other activities. His practice started here in Memphis in after a move from Montgomery, Alabama. He is the author of numerous scientific papers in his specialty. She is proud to offer state-of-the-art office and hospital consultative care for the newborn, child, adolescent and adult with congenital heart disease, rhythm disorders or other cardiac concerns of childhood.
She and her caring staff offer on-site EKG, Echo, and Holter as well as outpatient hospital-based syncope and exercise tests. Appropriate referral is made for in-patient heart catheter interventions and surgery. Always interested in promoting good education and life experiences, Dr. Chase, a Emissary of Memphis Music honoree, often gifts concert, theater, and sports tickets to her patients.
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Specializing in kidney diseases and hypertension. State-of-the-art facilities with dedicated clinics for glomerular disorders, polycystic kidney diseases and transplant nephrology.
Our nephrologists also provide dialysis for both acute inpatient and chronic outpatient hospitals and clinics throughout the Mid-South region. Rhodes, West Memphis, AR The diagnosis and treatment of kidney-related diseases requires an in-depth evaluation of various risk factors. Obesity, vascular abnormalities, autoimmune diseases, and kidney stones have been linked to renal failure.
He provides compassionate care with the highest-quality treatment of kidney disease. Pathak takes great interest in understanding the needs of his patients and providing them with quality care with the least invasive treatment.
He is one of the few board-certified vascular surgeons in the Mid-South region. Areas of specialization include: Cardiovascular Surgery Clinic provides a broad range of cardiovascular surgical services including open-heart surgery, complex vascular repair, peripheral endovascular intervention and prosthetics. Practice location has a state-of-the-art angiography and intervention suite, vascular laboratory for outpatient services and a prosthetics clinic.
His specialty is in Family Medicine, Geriatrics, Hospice and Palliative care with special interests in elderly population. Rahal provides a unique practice module, combining inpatient geriatric practice at Methodist Germantown Hospital with outpatient clinical practice in his office and multiple assisted living facilities in the city of Memphis, Germantown and Olive Branch.
He is board certified in family practice, hospice care and palliative medicine. He considers it an honor to help tutor and guide medical students, interns, and residents in experiencing family practice medicine first hand.
Rahal strives, to provide all of his patients with the best possible medical care, personal touch and an exceptional experience. He looks forward to serving you and those you love. Valli focuses on improving emotional and physical intimacy, offering individuals and couples an opportunity to talk through sensitive issues in a non-judgmental space.
She draws from 24 years of experience in psychiatry, with additional comprehensive training in sexual therapy and sex education. Valli shares information and specific suggestions based on current research in the field of sexual health.
With over 20 years of combined experience, Dr. Charlyn Wilson and Dr. Jessica Gursakal are at the forefront in the field of dentistry with the use of state-of-the-art equipment and treatment options. Wilson and Gursakal make every decision with you in mind.
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Email your nomination to sparks insidememphisbusiness. Deadline for nominations is July 14, Cheryle Jackson, the absentee owner of the house, was raised in Memphis but has been based in Chicago for a number of years, where she is president of AAR Africa Global Services. Jackson had not really intended to buy a house in Memphis — in fact it was the farthest thing from her mind — until two years ago, when during a family visit, she happened upon this charming, upscale zerolot house in The Ivy at the South End.
She loved the energy and feel of downtown and all its amenities and especially this particular location so near the Farmers Market. Before she knew it, she was in escrow for a three bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath house. The dining area of the open-plan living room is resplendent with its glittering chandelier, Ethan Allen dining table, and chairs courtesy of At Home. With this beautiful place awaiting her, Jackson tries to get home to Memphis as often as her extensive African travels to Johannesburg, Kigali, Nairobi, Abuja, and Lagos among others will allow.
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In addition, McKissack and Robinson are both the devoted mothers of large families — Robinson has five children and McKissack has four. An amazing trio of talented women: Robinson in the center with daughters Jackson at left and McKissack at right. Upstairs carpeting was pulled up and hardwood f loors were installed.
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The problem was solved when the baseboard molding was cut so it would indeed fit … though just barely. Oh, and there was even more excitement when the bed purchased for the master bedroom was too large to get upstairs.
McKissack took the problem to her engineer husband, John, to figure out a solution. As a result, a crane minus a driver was rented to hoist it over the balcony and into the room. If you are wondering who successfully operated the crane, this hair-raising job fell to brother Todd Robinson, a doctor by profession, and now crane-operator extraordinaire.
In fact, I got to talk to Robinson when he dropped by as we were photographing the house. It so happens too that the previous owners of the house, Sophie and Bryan Duffel, just moved down the block and. On the upstairs landing sits the family piano, and believe it or not, there have been recitals held there — with seating!
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We were able to complement the look for the weekend. She turned it so the pill bottle fell at the center, a tiny glass jar, maybe an inch or two tall, with a cork in the top. Pretty wires wound around the jar, twisting upwards in a knotted pattern. Mabel thought they were nice. The whole purpose of the lunch had been to cheer Amelia up. Amelia had been in some trouble. So Becky had checked Amelia out of school and the three of them were huddled in a corner booth eating fancy salads as if it were perfectly normal for a year-old to be out for a mid-day lunch with her grandmother and great-grandmother.
Mabel had never cared for a fancy salad. She knew Becky had only invited her along because she was trying to cheer Mabel up, too. Becky had been hovering about for the last two days, since Mabel got the call that her sister, Virgie, was dying. Amelia was wearing a solid black shirt and black jeans, with little black flats.
Amelia had a friend named Skye — a tall, loud girl, who drove her own car and was a year or two older than Amelia — but Becky had told Mabel, repeatedly, that they were not to mention Skye. Amelia is no longer friends with Skye. Skye is bad news. Mabel could feel her daughter dancing around something as she chatted with Amelia, and Mabel felt sorry for them both.
It still struck Mabel as extremely strange, at times, that her daughter had a granddaughter. This was not new information, of course, but it could still surprise her. She was a single mom, a lawyer at one of the biggest firms in Memphis, and she worked long hours. Amelia had too much unsupervised time, according to Becky.
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Becky nodded, conceding this. Amelia had excellent eyesight. But it was too late — with any mention of the circus came talk. Consider leaving an enduring legacy that will extend beyond your lifetime by donating your body for the advancement of science. Your precious gift will have a direct and positive impact, benefiting the lives of thousands of individuals around the world. For more information contact:. When Mabel was eight years old, the circus came to town. Mabel and her sister walked two miles to the fairgrounds where it was set up, with Mabel carrying both of their tickets since she was the oldest.
They each had a hot dog and they shared a bottle of Coke and then, after they watched a unicyclist and two acrobats who flew so high that Mabel felt a distinct dread in her stomach, the girls headed back home. Virgie saw the elephant first. She always saw everything first. She shrieked and suddenly Mabel saw it, right there, in the middle of that familiar road: She still giggled when anything surprised her. It was a bad habit. She had, in fact, made a noise that sounded like a laugh when her niece called yesterday to say that Virgie had taken a turn and would most certainly die.
As soon as she saw the elephant, Virgie turned and ran back to the circus. She was only seven years old, a year younger than Mabel, and Mabel imagined her rushing to the gate, yelling for help. Mabel was still giggling when a storm of people ran past her and then stopped, suddenly. A man and a woman pulled away from the group and approached the elephant slowly.
The woman stood alongside the elephant and they walked him, facing Mabel and her sister, back toward the circus. His ears were laid back flat against his head.
Mabel felt sure the elephant saw her, that the eye closest to her was looking right at her, and she felt an unexpected surge of emotion.
The elephant was nearly as tall as Mabel herself, and its grey skin looked old and wrinkly. That was the question Mabel and Virgie kept returning to in the days after — why did it look so old? The woman walking beside the elephant sang to him and stroked him slowly on the side.
Mabel and Virgie had rushed home in a glow, talking so fast their parents could hardly understand them. Even a baby elephant could weigh pounds. Mabel imagined, sometimes, that the elephant had turned around and charged at Virgie, knocking her over and stomping her. Do you want to go before? Mabel allowed herself to carry hard feelings toward her daughter, sometimes, but then Becky would make a gesture so very familiar — a quick tilt of her head when she asked Mabel to tell the circus story — that the anger dissolved, immediately, and Mabel felt ashamed.
Mabel could not be sure when the elephant story had changed and turned into something different, something it never was. Had she lied intentionally? Had her kids or grandkids misunderstood? Mabel never remembered choosing to lie about the elephant, but the story had evolved, and now she always told the story she was expected to tell, the story everyone wanted.
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Mabel herself had noticed that Amelia was entirely too thin — but if Becky was so worried about it, why had she picked a salad place? Amelia gave another little half-smile and Mabel was feeling sorry for her when she noticed the artsy little pill-bottle necklace at the checkout. The artist bit had come to her immediately. What the girl needed was an identity, Mabel decided, something to hold on to.
There were worse things than being an artist, for crying out loud. This, Mabel had said to Becky several times. She thought she was doing Amelia a kindness, giving her a way of thinking about herself.
This will be perfect for an artist like you. Virgie was hanging on. Every morning, when Mabel called her niece to check, she said those words exactly: Mabel thought about this each time she talked to Becky. The travel calculations required her full concentration, so she was only halfway listening when Becky called, talking rapidly about the juried — this detail was evidently important — competition: She was quite sure of this.
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Ip lace not only at the cattle ranch cattle disease staff. When the research "Research seeks to expand knowland farm but also in the laboratory. This in turn can Supporting and supplying producers, sponsored additional field investiga- facilitate the development of less expenveterinarians and health officials with tions. However, the new thrust in sive eradication procedures, more an arsenal to fight the disease, research resulted as these efforts proved accurate tests and increased vaccine researchers across the country strive for inadequate, efficiency," explained Ray.
Goode more efficient eradication methods,. Paul Nicoletti of Gainesville, a miracle cures. More specifically, the two discoveries have been made in the areas former APHIS veterinary epidemi- focal points of exploration involve of disease characteristics, transmission, ologist who spent most of his 23 years of diagnostic tools and improved vaccines.
His major concern was to find diagnostic methods centers on the early part of this century, according to a practical solution to heavily infected enzyme-labeled antibody test ELA Dr.
Edward Schilf, assistant to the herds in high-incidence states. Years of research have minimize loss to owners and spread of specific testing procedure capable of difspawned tests and Strain 19 vaccine in disease. Nicoletti is ferentiating between vaccine-induced use today, but dedicated individuals now on the staff of the Veterinary antibodies and antibodies present in continue to hunt for a greater under- College, University of Florida. Antibodies are produced within the "USDA's Science and Education Revival of research bd hnfrinmtras nies Administration-Federal Research On the upswing since the early 's, such as bacteria are introduced to help formerly the Agricultural Research the incidence of brucellosis peaked in inactivate and destroy the agent.
ELA Service has placed great emphasis on In response to this increase and could be instrumental in detecting the brucellosis research over the years," said concurrent resurgence of human disease prior to abortion and mass Dr. He added that socioeco- Producers' cooperation in accelerated Immunity and improved vaccines nomic reasons, such as greater demand test and slaughter efforts and more Ray described two types of immunity to by cattle producers and availability of emphasis advocating calfhood vaccina- infection: Scientists theorize that lymphocytes, which compose one class of cell elements, can be sensitized to a particular antigen.
When later exposed to that antigen, the lymphocytes will activate other cells to destroy the virulent organism. An investigation to detect the presence of sensitized lymphocytes in blood samples is being carried out at the University of Minnesota, which is hoped will lead to better diagnostic methods. Scientists are also investigating the transfer of sensitized T-lymphocytes from a resistant animal to a susceptible one. Goode feels that if successful, this immunization procedure could replace the live brucellosis vaccine.
Scienrisk of diagnostic interference due to tists are seeking ways to eliminate this disease which often results in abortions, infertility antibodies directed toward the infected and reduction in milk yield. The principle of transferring immunity could have broad protection provided by this vaccine is rapidly develop tolerance to this drug. These sisting tissue reactions. Although considered "lymphokines" have various functions "Many of these areas have received minor, the potential threat of some which may suppress or enhance a par- attention in the past, so we don't expect calves carrying brucellosis represents ticular reaction.
Observing two-and-a- dramatic breakthroughs," explained another area requiring scientific activity. George niques involving cell transfer to supple- cows to determine the seriousness of this Lambert, the assistant director, reported ment or even supplant the live vaccine, problem and possible solutions. Meanwhile, a Uni- cell rejection may arise.
Ftr ulo versity of Wisconsin team is working on Justification for optimism can be found techniques of fractionating the brucella Treatment and management at Ames, where diligent scientists at cell and its antigenic fractions for use in One of the obstacles in the treatment of NADC and APHIS's National Veterimproved vaccines and diagnostic tests.
Ltrucellosis involves the intracellular inary Services Lab study bacteria and "In summary, we must choose nature of the bacteria. The parasite infected herds.
Federal Funds have been between safety and efficacy," said invades the cells of the host's lymph extended to the 15 university research Lambert, detailing the search for new nodes, udder and uterus, thereby teams which have undertaken exploraways to use Strain 19, normally reserved protected from drugs injected into the tions in brucellosis detection and for calfhood vaccination.
Terry Conger at "Leading scientists and eager young tion expect to culminate their study by Michigan State University have been pioneers are actively searching for March This work will continue the attempting to harness cell-mediated improved eradication methods, and as controlled study nearing completion on immunity to overcome the shielded long as congressional funding continues, mature cows.
Ray is scheduled to report bacteria. T-lymphocytes play an active we're in good shape," commented in the near future on the field results part in the process by quickly reacting to Lambert, adding his belief that USDA involving adult vaccination in approx- the infectious 'microorganisms and will provide further encouragement for imately herds in 12 states and activating other cells to destroy the brucellosis research.
Puerto Rico, a project begun in Feb- brucellae. Ray expects ventures with anti- problems of the program," Goode The recent exploration of adult vac- biotics will resume. Tetracycline, used stressed, "represent non-scientific barcination has followed a successful study successfully in the treatment of human riers before the goal of conquering of five commercial herds by Nicoletti.
Nonetheless, tetracycline research into practice. He echoed the Less promising is the development of may be of value in suppressing the dis- sentiment of many researchers that cura new vaccine. Meyer, charge of brucella cells by host animals, rent knowledge and conscientious herd epidemiologist at the School of rendering it potentially useful in large management comprise the primary eleVeterinary Medicine at the University of herds.
A European antibiotic, ments of the eradication effort. New disCalifornia at Davis, has recently com- Rifampin, has been used to treat human coveries will provide the icing on the pleted her study of a French strain, H- brucellosis and tuberculosis, but cannot cake by saving money and time and by Her results support the view that the be widely-used because some bacteria improving health in the cattle industry. Thirty head fed, and head raised on grass In big native pastures.
They are topped out of bulls; sound with an excellent set of feet and legs, good gone and plenty of natural thickness. They are in their working clothes and tough as a pine knot. Due to the increasing demand for females we are presenting a set of commercial heifers. They will sell In lots of10 to SCAT is a government-funded project developing educational materials at the grade school level.
Ron Stephens, Kissimmee, assistant to the executive vice president, FCA, reports that contact was made with the staff working on the project and with Senator Lawton Chiles's offices in both Washington, D. Charles Canady, administrative assistant for Chiles, held a meeting in the Lakeland office with several staff members of the Florida Department of Education and several points of criticism were discussed concerning the texts. Polled Hereford Stephens said contact with the project staff will be maintained so that the Range Type Purebred Bulls meaningful communication can be continued.
Hereford pen bull show, sale J. Wetherington Newbern Dr. November , , at Bartow. About Ralph Thompson, Gen. North of Ocala on US again be utilized, according to Childs. Lot day wt. A variety of industry activities are depicted in the photos accompanying on this page from various areas of the state. Serving as chairman is Pete Clemons, Okeechobee, shown in center at head table.
Bizette, Dade County home economics agent, where beef was boosted educationally to the viewers. Bob Rush, one of the owners of the Kathleen, Georgia, based Hereford farm accompanied the bulls.
One head purchased shown in parentheses if of his daughters was Champion at the Ft. Worth Junior Hereford more than one, and amount spent Show. All the bulls are serviceable aged. Worth Commercial Heifer Sale, Feb. Box , Denver, Colorado Valdosta, Ga. Pre-Sale party will be held on December 6, , starting at 6: Coleman Sale Sale Headquarters Auctioneer: Corrigan said 90 bulls would be offered. There will be 50 Herefords and 40 Simmentals.
Friday, December 8 selected and backed by records. FCA direcsound in every way. Mann Bailey of Oxford. USDA approved X ,, Commercial Sales, Under the emergency feed program, Ring Service the secretary of agriculture may authorize financial aid to farmers when Rockwood Ave. This, Florda atte inFloidahowever, may not exceed two cents per EgnDeitDavis Farms pound in terms of feed grain equivalent. Box 97 Okehbe Fa 37 Balm, Fla. Motel Performance Selection Update.. Ag Center Bull Sale Each bull to be sold to the highest any accidents which may occur.
The auctioneer shall settle any dispute as to bids. The bulls will be semen tested before the sale. If Each bull will be at the purchaser's risk immediately after the bull any fails to breed, the sellers must be notified before May 1, They should be picked up by the purchaser immediately If bull is in sound healthy condition, buyer must return it to seller, after the sale.
If animals must be left overnight, arrangements who shall have six months to test it and then, if the bull proves to must be made in advance with Bob Davis, or Sid Sumner, of the be a non-breeder, a satisfactory exchange will be made or Polk County Extension Service. All Bulls are free from TB and Brucellosis. Health certificates for persons who attend the sale do so at their own risk, and the each bull will be furnished to buyer which will be acceptable for owners or management assume no liability, legal or otherwise, for shipment.
Sumnmerour Ranch Colquitt, Georgia October 21, Tattoo: October 7, Tattoo: Herd certified and accredited for Bangs and T, B. Dam Weaning Index Herd certified and accredited for Bangs and T. Dam calved 12 months. October 22, Tattoo: October 16, Tattoo: Herd certified and accredited for bangs and T. December 10, Tattoo: November 16, Tattoo: Dam calved 2 years old. November 4, Tattoo: September 16 Tattoo: December 24, Tattoo: October 23 Tattoo: January 15, Tattoo: October 26, Tattoo: November 8, Tattoo: January 20, Tattoo: December 7, Tattoo: February 15, Tatoo: November 15, Tattoo: March 5, Tatoo: January 17, Tattoo: January 29, Tattoo: October 23, Tattoo: January 5, Tattoo: February 1, Tattoo: September 14, Tattoo: January 25, Tattoo: October 1, Tattoo: February 8, Tattoo: September 23, Tattoo: December 11, Tattoo: January 11, Tattoo: December 15, Tattoo: November 12, Tattoo: November 28, Tattoo: November 9, Tattoo: November 23, Tattoo: December 8, Tattoo: September 3, Tattoo: October 18, Tattoo: November 19, Tattoo: November 18, Tattoo: October 30, Tattoo: September 5, Tattoo: R L Upstream Dundy Calving interval of dam September 17, Tattoo: Calving Lot 51 Lot57 interval of dam December 3, Tattoo: September 18, Tattoo: December 20, Tattoo: September 21, Tattoo: January 1, Tattoo: September 22, Tattoo: January 4, Tattoo: A predictable growth pattern is bred into this double Adj.
September 24, Tattoo: February 16, Tatoo: Calving Lot 62 interval of dam October 17, Tattoo: February 24, Tatoo: Calving Lot 63 interval of dam November 12, Tatoo: February 27, Tattoo: April 10, Tattoo: March 24, Tattoo: April 15, Tattoo: March 25, Tattoo: April 16, Tattoo: March 26, Tattoo: January 24, Tattoo: February 11, Tattoo: February 19, Tattoo: February 13, Tattoo: March 3, Tattoo: February 23, Tattoo: January 16, Tattoo: March 1, Tattoo: January 19, Tattoo: March 7, Tattoo: January 21, Tattoo: March 13, Tattoo: September 7, Tattoo: October 9, Tattoo: September 19, Tattoo: October 2, Tattoo: November 29, Tattoo: November 7, Tattoo: October 5, Tattoo: January 12, Tattoo: September 2, Tattoo: March 2, Tattoo: September 20, Tattoo: March 10, Tattoo: Sale time is set for Both events were held at the Bartow site.
Ankina el l l Jenkins said the bulls would be Cos due t calve graded beginning at 1: All bulls must grade at least "C" or better and weigh a minimum of pounds. All will be semen tested and not be under 18 months of age. Health papers will be required. Grading the bulls will be W. Average Daily Gain Lunch will be available at the Adj. Bartow sale location on sale day. All officers were reelected for the coming year.
Named were Edward Yarborough, Geneva, president; H. Serving on the board of directors are Robert E. State director is Wayne Jacobs of Oviedo. Ranch Inform action located on Hwy. Herd established in S. Box , Quincy Herd was established in and contains brood manager. Ranch located 25 miles north of Pensacola on US Graham 3,18, and WCF Lortez Carl Liatner, owner and manager.
Located four miles north on U. The Graham Company, owner. Talmadge Watson, N. Ranch located 5 miles north of Ocala off old Hwy. Herd was established in and con. Herd tains brood cows. I, Box JW, Homosassa I, BoxC, Washington, Georgia Ranch located 4 , Contains brood cows.
Main herd sires Spur Bar Pride Box , Ocala Nicely, owner and manager. Phone Located 2 miles north of Hwy. Located one mile west of Intersection of in and contains brood cows. Main herd sires are: Herd was established Aknonian Momentum, Ankonian Prestige, Ankonian in and contains 45 brood cows.
C Marshall 93 Florida Premier Bull Herd contains 80 brood cows. Herd sires are Projector 4 of Bozzuto and Suwannee Eileenmere Ranch located on Blue Springs Road, Marianna. Box , Union established in and contains 60 brood cows. Box , Live Oak Herd g s w wt to q i t established in and contains brood cows. Herd sires established and contains 40 brood cows.
Columbus of Wye, Marshall Pride4 sires are: Hilldales Marshall 17 and Hilldales Bell Boy Box , DeLeon Ranch located 3 miles north of Ellenton on Route Box , Terra Northern Don Campbell, owner and manager. Ranch located on Terra Ceia Island. I, Berman Road, Okeechobee. Located on Berman Road. Canadian Colossal, Diamond , Punta Gorda S B C lw i c F established in and contains 60 brood cows.
Box , Lakeland Herd was established Lakeland Master , and Elban Barbo of Spur. Located on SR , 10 mi. Herd sires Cypress Gay Box , Winter Haven Ranch located 5 miles east of Newberry. Lenholt, brood cows. I, Box , McDavid. Phone Located on W. Ranch located 7 miles west of McDavid on was established in and now contains 30 brood cows. Briarbill Adventure Box , Orlando Located seven miles south west of Zephyrhils P.
Herd was established in and Myers Phone contains 20 brood cows. Ranch located on Hwy 78 opposite W. Herd established in and contains 28 brood cows. Sired by "", out of our Actual Yearling Weight Ibs. Ratio was calculated in a group of calves.
Also some selected bulls for sale. Angus cross cows like this will make up the cow herd at the ranch in the future. Females kept in the winter. Price likes the two-breed cross spring.
Price, a University of Florida animal because he can keep more uniformity in A complete herd health program is science graduate, is guiding the large market calves, followed by Price. Steer calves are implanted 90 covers over 30 sections in Okeechobee market price years, and even in high days before weaning with Ralgro. The brood cows con- market price years. I think there is Cows receive initial Leptospirosis sisted mainly of grade Brahman and something to producing uniform, and Vibriosis vaccinations and yearly native commercial type cattle.
Angus bulls with size backed by per- The ranch is now understocked. Dust bags are used around mineral formance records-were purchased by "We've got more land than cattle but boxes, and cattle are sprayed each time Price to breed to the Brahman type we're building," says Price. Wye bred bulls were mostly Bulls are stocked at the rate of one to parasites. Cattle are worked and fluked purchased, although some Emulous 20 cows. Coming through a rough in spring and fall. Price is August or September at Double Diabefore I buy him," Price says, although pleased with this percentage since he mond.
Everything open is branded on he has purchased some without knowing shortened the breeding season during the shoulder with a "NO" and if the cow their performance. Planting permanent will be culled, but until all cow herds are masculine alert bull," Price says.
He pasture at Double Diamond has been synchronized in a breeding program he likes "good legs" under his bulls. He easier than in most sections of Florida, will follow the branding method. Some heifers are bred as long yearlconditions," Price says, "but we don't Pangola and Bahia grass have been ings. This year Price is breeding about have any trouble with them once we get utilized in the improved pastures. Some heifers for their second calf. The Angus-Brahman cross is hard to Double Diamond.
About acres of Price plans to continue with the twobeat in Florida, according to Price. Some will be bred The ranch puts up some hay, but hay "They've been here a long time and are back to purebred Brahman bulls to get is not a major winter feed.