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Call and Post (Newspaper) - December 16, 2015, Cleveland, Ohio/ Ohio s Black news Leader Facebook Cal Spost Fri it is it ?3 by Rhonda Crowder 1 the morning of tuesday dec. 15, wife temperatures at about 40 degrees Cynthia Williams took a cynt bus from downtown Cleveland to the Call amp Post at 11800 Shaker blvd. Then stood in line for a Little More than two hours for a free Turkey to be ibid delivered Cour Tesy of Don King. Many like Wil Williams arrived via bus car or on feet wife fee assistance of a Walker or hopping cart thousands of others showed up for a free Turkey As Well. Some were just Content wife indulging in fee complimentary breakfast that began at 10 . Shortly before noon fee crowd became a Little res thesis and began to chant a Don King Don King a when fee newspaper publisher legendary boxing promoter arrived fee crowd cheered. Despite being 84 years old. King passed out Butterball turkeys. Williams was right there to receive fee first. She said will serve As Christmas dinner. A i i in recite it a said Bridgete Cruc of the Lee Harvard neighbourhood. Crump who parked three streets away from the Call amp Post Aniced shortly after 11 15 . Wife her son in Tow a this win be a part of my Christmas dinner otherwise i have been standing out Here a that seemed of be the sentir ments of Ait. One Man landed a 13.9 la. Bird while few others were Lucky Enous to score two. Eve one appreciated Kings generosity. In a Jovial manner King told everyone a merry Chr Traase As King to hold this years Turkey it it a Jet 3 he handed out tue is. A in the spirit of Somas its better to give than receive a said King who a been distr Bittin turkeys through his Annua Turkey tour for fee last 50 years. The idea he said initiated when he was in fee numbers busing and owned the Comer tavern on Cedar. At fee Call amp Post he distributed More than 1100 turkeys tuesday. He can to even count How Many turkeys he a Given it was import tour at the Call amp Post because it is fee oldest Black newspaper m fee state and fee voice of the Community. A the Call amp Post is a great papa. Its Clear candid and concise when speaking out against fee King went on to say a White st it re Macy is the Root pause feat keeps our system unjust. A if we Cluge feat we a change the King also recalled old friends like the late Rev. William Crockett and other members of fee al Hasa Temple who have assisted Frith the i key tour Over the years. A Prev. Crockett was my Man a King said of his Friend. Even in his absence a number of members from fee al Hasa were on hand to assist this year making the process More seamless. Charles w. Hales is a 71-year member of fee al Hasa Temple and is known As fee godfather. He recalls being Rev. Crockett a chief lieutenant during Turkey a me and Crockett ave out fee first turkeys wife fee Riners 20 years ago a said Hales who will celebrate his 94th birthday next month. I a a in a glad its continuing a he said a this has helped a tot of people in fee the event was slated to last three hours but All turkeys were gone in Alx iut an hour and 40 minutes after fee noon Start time. Disappointed carloads were turned around and directed out Well past fee initial 3 . Cut off. Kudos to the Cleveland police department who did an excellent Job on crowd control and directed fee procession of vehicles feat lined Williams Avenue All the Way Down to e. 116th st. Councilman Zack Reed showed his support along with Cleveland legend George Forbes the men of Kpa Alpha p along with open doors Cadei also helped with distribution the Cal amp Post to next year a its wish is t lung 50-year trti<5ff Quot of makings the commy to Floe Toge. M
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