This C.B. Diamond announces that it is a focussed attempt at a humorous issue, but includes many serious articles as well. This issue contains pieces regarding unemployment insurance for released prisoners, vocational training and its benefits, the process of giving blood, and men looking for work. The issue also contains articles regarding parole, such as an interview with a local representative of the parole service and a piece about how parole should not have an effect on the length of sentences handed out at the end of trial.

KEYWORDS: humour, parole, sentencing, charity, vinyl, vocational training, fiction, Red Cross, unemployment insurance, “Job Wanted” ads, nursing, convictions

Coded by: Kate Garrett