Independent from Long Beach, California on February 13, 1958 · Page 88
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·P 12 Z I - 2 -- P H Z3-4--P20 Z5 ·'· · : · ' " INDIMMDMT-«H»-THIOIUM LMlj Iwcli, C.1H., Hmri., F.t. », 1»» LAW IN THE NEWS Antonelli Wins Insurance Award ___ _ ___ _ ,,^____ Probation Forbidden Some State Felons \ ^The practice, of giving con- -victs 1 'another-chance was brand , new '.in' 1841. -Then a. Boston} cobbler7=-J.ohn;-.Au'gustus--got -a · ; judge to give him- custody'of· a 'poor drunk, instead! of jailing him. .' . - - ; . ' Augustus was so successful in reforming, this, man- -that, he spent .the rest of, .his · life rehabilitating criminals. · But for many' years the law would not allow certain- criminals to-stay out of prison and work to.re- build their lives under supervision. Even today in California- the law forbids probation to per- sons who have !bcen cinvfcted twice previously of felonies such as murder, train-wrecking and kidnaping. OLDSTERS TAKE TRIP One hundred and seventy .Senior Citizens, members of the "Golden Tours," an adult excursion- group · sponsored by the Recreation Department, made their first trip to DesCanso Gardens. They are shown boarding buses. The next tour-planned for March will be a visit to Disneyland. Date to be announced. Jack Mjnar is in charge of this activity. .*· * *. - * ' ITWAS-ONLY last year that the lawmakers fallowed; probation "in exceptional cases .."in the','-interests of justice"' for. persons . convicted · of "such . crimes· asi' arson, 1 robbery-' and burglary.- · Once imprisoned 1 an offender is Jabeled, but probation now gives him a chance to rebuild himself.' ' . The probation officer tries "to help him' over the rough spots. He explains the. "-rules," intro- duces, him,'· deals -with his.-fam-, ily, 'clergy, kinfplk,, and 1 employers'. ' He "backs', s th'e person who is trying to 1 get back on;his feet.' - .'·'·' ·"-,' ' · · " " - · ' ' . '. '· * . - * ' · * . IN 1 . MOST cases'a California court' .may 1 , either'.deny .'probation outright .or look into the person's" case to' : see'- whether probation is likely'to-help him · To this · end '· the probation officer looks into .the 'crime and the convict's record", and reports his recommendations .. to the court. ' ' . ' . The law Tiow '.calls for these reports to go to the judge.and the'lawyers on both sides-two days .or niore- before,-they:-ar filed.,' ' ' . ' . ' ' . . These-two days allow the de fense lawyer,- for example,- ,t see what the .probation, .officer has to say and.to,bring,in--fur- ther evidence of extenuation.-. -.. i · - - ' ' '· . (This column Is written by, .the -Long 'Beach'-and State ' Bar- Assns.) . . - ' - . . Frank. Antonelli, 'of 5541 Han-' bury Sti has .been named "Man o£ the Year" in this .area by the Perm Mutual Life Insurance Co. The award was'made in recognition-of his service to policy- holders, as well as hl«, under writing . achievements durin the^past^year. He is a^membo of the James E. Miller: Agencj with headquarters at-3633 Lon Beach" Blvd. No Safety WARWICK, ,R. I. (U.ra--Four firemen required treatment for burns! sustained- during a. public demonstration, on h'ow -to deal with an oil fire--a feature of Fire'Prevention.-Week. /| nothing pops like JOLLY TIME POP CORN ALWAYS TOPS--FRESH. TENDE* 'N FLUFFY BRIGHTEN LENTEN MEALS A quick and easy luncheon or dinner party suggestion is "this Crunchy Salmon Scallop. Easy to make, the scallop is simply served with a mixed salad and pickled beets with onion rings.--(Kellogg Co. photo.) · Here Is Salmon Scallop Delightfully Different QUICK-FROZEN By JAXE Food Editor, Planning Lenten menus can be a problem. Eggs ·-- cheese -- fish . . . fish -- cheese -eggs . . . which ca# add up to monotony, gastronomically, that is, but needn't. There are countless new and tempting recipes for the 40 days of for better ·taste...use the better .paste PROGRESSD $*· TOMATO PASTE CAJtVER Inderondcnt Lent. S u c h a one is t h i s Crunchy Salmon Scallop. . Easy to 'make, the scallop combines canned salmon, onions, green pepper and .a cream sauce, with a crisp topping of buttered corn - flakes crumbs. .. Just before serving, garnish J^K with slices of hard-cooked eggs. . , Crunchy Salmon Scallop 2 tbsp. finely chopped onion 14 cup'finely chopped croon popper S tbsp. butter or margarine 3 tbsp. flour 1 tsp. salt 1/5 tsp. pepper 2 cups milk 2 cups (1 1-Fb. can) salmon 1 tbsp. lemon juice 2 hard-cooked epgs, sliced 2'/ji cups corn flakes Cook onions and green pepper in butter until tender. Stir in flour and seasonings.. Add milk gradually, stirring constantly; cook. until thickened, stirring occasionally. Drain salmon, remove bones and skin, separate pieces. Arrange in g r e a s e d 1-quart casserole; sprinkle with lemon juice. Cover with sliced eggs. Crush corn flakes slightly; sprinkle half the crumbs over eggs. Pour sauce over all, sprinkle with remaining crumbs. 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