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18 Feb 2015

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Call and Post (Newspaper) - February 18, 2015, Cleveland, OhioCountdown to established i9i6 he m a a r it to february 18, 2915 Ferrua uaryaaaa2 ll5 _ Call news Leader 11800 Shaker blvd. Cleveland of 44120 All Ohio edition vol. 99 n Linez shooter held on $500,000 1 by James w. Wade Iii staff reporter on feb. 13, mayor Brad Sellers the Warrensville Heights police department the . Attorneys office . Marshals Cleveland Cuya hoga county Douglas a Duke Shine or. Prosecutors office and the sheriffs department held a joint press conference announcing the arrest of Douglas a Duke Shine jr., the Chalk Linez Barbershop triple homicide suspect. The fugitive task Force including the Cleveland police department . And gang unit successfully apprehended Shine Friday morning in the e. 71st Street and Harvard Road area without incident. Assistant special agent Todd Wickerham of the Cleveland Fri office said that police surrounded the Home about 2 30 . Friday announced their presence and asked Shine to come out peacefully. Shine came out the Back door with his hands up moments later and was taken into custody. The 20 year old is accused of being the Lone gunman in the feb. 5 shooting the City a deadliest shooting in history. Walter Barfield 23, Brandon White 31, and the shops owner William Gonzalez 32, were killed. Three others were injured. Shine pleaded not guilty to a felonious assault charge in Cleveland municipal court tuesday. A i think because of the nature of this violent killing the outcry was louder. Combine that with the tireless efforts of our police department and collaboration from the supporting agencies we were Able to identify our suspect quickly a said Sellers. Warrensville Heights police chief Wesley Haynes said he comment on the suspects motive whether the shooting was gang related or if there was a specific target. A a it a part of an ongoing investigation a he said. Warrensville Heights residents and friends kept calling in. A we received a flood of phone Calls and tips from the Community with information leading to our suspects whereabouts a said Sellers. Sellers who also serves As the City of Warrensville Heights director of Public safety stays in constant Contact with the chief of police to develop and implement new strategies to deter crime and reduce the prevalence of drugs and other non desired Community impacts on City streets. Shine has been arrested almost every year beginning in 2005. His Early arrests were mostly related to property crimes. The crimes increased in severity Over time and several were gun related. Shine went to the Lebanon correctional institution in 2012 to serve two years for five felonies including robbery aggravated burglary and carrying a concealed weapon. On Jan. 20, of this year. Shine was accused of shooting a Cleveland Man 12 times. Police issued a warrant for his arrest in connection with the shoot East Cleveland to get a Little a salvation by Rhonda Crowder staff reporter for 150 years the salvation army has combated the evils of the world by serving with one goal to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs without discrimination. Most certainly with Core centers across the United states and abroad they work daily to fulfil their Mission. Because they be been doing this ministry for so Long they be discovered a number of Best practices. One practice is to periodically every 10 years reevaluate their operations. As a result of the most recent study performed externally about four years ago they closed the building located on 59th and Hough last year. Its been sold to the Oriana House. And because they Are accustomed to always going where there Are needs to be met they have decided to move into East Cleveland. Major Lurlene Kay Johnson divisional Secretary and coordinator for greater Cleveland area services for salvation army said the new location has been determined but they Are not ready to disclose the information for a number of reasons. She did provide some insight on the decision making process. A what the salvation army always wants to do is stay relevant a said Johnson. A but also we count on Community support so we have to respond to the Community and what our donors Are asking us to do and the expectation of the Community on the salvation basically the salvation army goes where they Are needed the most. A and the salvation army definitely made the right decision when the race riots were happening in Hough and no one else what to be there. The salvation army said a we need to be and the salvation army did since then other organizations like Fatima have established themselves in the Community and provide the same services. They also saw the changing needs of the neighbourhood As lots Are becoming vacant and big houses Are being constructed. A it Wasny to a Hough thing versus an East Cleveland thing versus a West Park thing a said Johnson. A every salvation army across Cleveland was looked at. Every salvation army was see East/4c Cleveland is ready for Hillary Clinton 2016 this past monday night people from All Over the Cleveland area showed up at the Market Garden brewery on West 25th in support of Hillary Clinton a bid for president in 2016. Many elected officials came out to support this Effort. A i am so glad so Many came out to help us kick off this great event a said Lynnie g Powell. The guest speaker for the night was former state senator Nina Turner who took you Back to her grandmothers Way of thinking. A my grandmother said you need three things to make it in life Wishbone Backbone and the jaw Bone a said Turner. The following peole served As hosts for tins event. Charles e. Bibbs sr., Michael Bowen state representative Janine Boyd Marquez Brown Jane Buder Shapiro Colleen Byers Ryan Callender Janet Carson Cindy Demsey former Parma mayor Dean Depiero Kathy Dicristofaro Karolyn Isenhart Ron Jackson Kent state University ready for Hillary Lake county commissioner Kevin Malecek Erik Meinhardt Dan of Malley Lynnie Powell Steve Rosen Daneene Monroe Rusnak Cheyrl Schwind Cory Shawver Angela Shuckahosee state representative Kent Smith Tom Tagliamonte Narmita Waghray Oakwood Village Council president Johnnie Warren and Lupe Williams. It it former state san. Nina tumor speaking to a group of Hillary Clinton supporters. Photo a a James w. Wade ill by ing. Police say shines criminal career culminated when he killed three people and injured three others in front of Young children at the Barbershop. Detectives at both the Cleveland and Warrensville Heights police departments have said the two recent shootings May have been gang related. A Warrensville Heights is a great place to live work and play still a said Sellers. Shine is currently being held on a $500,000 Bond on a separate shooting in Cleveland and is currently awaiting arraignment for the Warrensville see chalk/4c skating enthusiast Bill Clayton cuts into his 93rd birthday cake in the shape of a roller skate. Photo by Mychal Lilly Man celebrates 93rd birthday on roller skates by Grace Chen contributing writer a native Cle Velander or. Bill Clayton is a roller skater who is passionate about his sport. With that he celebrated his 93rd birthday at the Pla mor roller rink in Euclid last thursday. A i started skating when i was a youngster before i became a teenagers said Clayton. A that was Back in yester year. It was something new on the when asked Why he began his professional skating career he responded with such a sense of humility. A a in a not a professional. I just enjoy Jason Eric Jackson a member of the a land freestyles a popular skating club enjoys skating alongside Clayton and skating legend Maurice Cook 75. A i love Bill he a a great Guy a said Jackson. When it comes to performing and professionally skating Cook and Jackson Are no amateurs. A skating is so much fun for me now. However skating is difficult. You have to look at different techniques a said Jackson. Cook started skating professionally when he was 9 years old 1960s. A Maurice is in entertainment said Jackson a when we perform. We Are very a i was in shows with Many celebrities a said Cook. A i was on skates doing the most popular dances in the 60�?Ts. I went to California in 1968 to further my career in skating and it was a great there is a secret to skating that Many May not know. A i love when they play Good music a said Clayton. A Good music is music that you enjoy moving about on. In be enjoyed music since i was a Jackson described music As extremely important when it comes to movement. The music drives the beat. A the Only thing i can see is it spread and go up a said Cook. A roller skating has an attraction for Jackson said skating is very positive for youth. A there Are no alcohol and drugs around skaters. It keeps children out of the future of skating is no less than promising but Clayton says a i Haven to been skating too Long and in a too Young for maybe Clayton is too Busy being history to see the changes As he floats on the heels of his Quad skates. Black history month feature a look Back at historic the cafe Tia Juana by Ryan miday contributing writer spreading the Good news final of a three part series owned by Catherine Drake in 1947 Cleveland s cafe Tia Juana located at the Corner of e. 105 St. And Massie ave., in 1947 was one of the hottest jazz in the entire country. This is the Story behind the opening of Cleveland a most lavish jazz nightclub and the role of the Black press. 4ct1��n t it Ivy it the Tia Juana was a a Cleveland a most lavish Gold coast nightclub a reported the Call amp Post. Glenville a Gold coast the predominately jewish upscale fashionable e. 105th Superior St. Clair business District became an attractive Community for Blacks As they began moving outside the Central Woodland area Post Wii. The Tia Juana came to symbolize the expanding opportunities for Blacks in the late 1940s. A we started out to give Cleveland the very Best cafe spot in the Midwest we believe we have done it and it is perfectly natural to maintain the established Standard of entertainment which have made us nationally reputed within a relatively Short while a Drake told Call and posts Bob Williams. The excitement of the bustling nightly crowds and Genius of jazz legends like Charlie Parker and see cafe/2a Post Ltd Ftp wed thurs Fri sat Sun 16/1 1/13 32/29 29/2

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