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THE ONLY ALL-ENGLISH NISEI NEWSPAPER
IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST
Rntaminhed January 1. 1947
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Published every Wednesday and Saturday of each
week. Editorial offices at 304 Main St. Seattle Q.
Wash. Phone SEnH‘a 5591 Office hours: 9 a m to
6 p in, daily ”cop: Sundays and holidays.
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. Freedom of Gianna
Protected by Writ
One of the rights of an American
citizen which he Jealously guards is
that of his personal liberty.
To prevent law enforcement offi
cers from abusing this constitution
al right, to prevent his unlawful de
tention or imprisonment. he may
use the writ of habeas corpus
This writ is an order slgned by the
judge directed to the sheriff or Jail
er holding a prisoner or to any per
son who is physically detaining a
nother. and commanding him to
produce the body(alive) of the pri~
soner (or person detained) before
the judge. The purpose of such an
order is to allow the Judge to deter
mine whether the prisoner is being
held lawfully or whether he should
be set free.
The words habeas corpus are La
tin for “You Have the Body".
Q (‘orpus Dellcti Defined
Another Latin phrase often con
fused with habeas corpus ls corpus
delicti. Literally translated. it
means the body of the crime.
In the legal sense It means that
which must be proved in every crl
minal case, Such proof must show
that an unlawful act has been com
mitted and that it has been commit
ted by a human agency. To prove
murder. it must be shown that the
death was unlawfully caused by a
human agency. Contrary to popular
belief‘ murder can be proved even
though the body cannot be found.
In the case of a burning bulldlng, it
must be shown that the building
was unlawfully set on fire by a hu
man agency before arson can be
proved
(This column ls written to in
fom. not advise. Facts my change
the application of the law)
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OBITUARIES. . .
. MRS. OKUMA MATSUOKA
Mrs. Okuma Musuoka. 56‘ of
1509 E. Alder, died Thursday, Dec.
31‘ Born in Mlye-ken, Japan‘ Mrs.
Matsuoka had lived In Seattle for
32 years.
Wake services will be held from
7:30 p.m. today (Wednesday_ Jan. 8)
in the residence. and funeral servi
ces will be conducted at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday. Jan. 7, in the Seattle
Buddhist church with the Rev_ T.
Ichikawa officiating Cremation will
follow under the direction of But
terworth's.
Surviving are her husband. ow
goro Matsuoka; three sons‘ Toru‘
John J. and George Y“; one daugh
ter, Mrs. Mari 'l‘akemura: and four
grandchildren, all of Seattle.
erangements were made by Su
sumi-Butterworth.
—————o
LA‘RAMIE. Wyo_, Jan. 6—Alice
Kubo of Torrington' recently was
elected president of the Fourth
Estate, a journalistic society. at the
University of Wyoming. Miss Kubo
is also treasurer of the University
Canterbury Club.
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. SATARO NOMA
Final services for Sataro Nome,
77, oi 1205 Stewart at” will be held
today (Wednesday, Jan_ 6) at 7:30
pm. in Butterworth‘s Chapel of
Memories with the Rev. T. Ichikam.
officiating. Mr. Nome. came to Se
attle from Wakayama-ken. Japan
He had lived in Seattle for 54years
and was a retired railroad man
Surviving are two sons, Yoshio of
Seattle and Toshio of Chicago‘ Ill.;
and one daughter, Keiko' also of
Chicago.
Arrangements were made by Su
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TOKYO. Japan. Jan. 6—Twenty-three-yoar-old Yoshiko Harada.
sum-ting a wind-blown Parisienne bob. recently won the “Miss Japan"
title here from the country's 10 most beautiful women. and the right
to compete in the so-cailed Miss Universe content of 1954 at Long
Beach. Calif_ Benuteous Mlss Harada. five-foot three and a half and
108 pOunds. is the eldest daughtei of a former policeman In the con
lest locally. each contestant had to appear twice in Western dress. Ja
pJ nese kimono and bathing suit.
NISEI POETRY. . .
. NIGHT AND THE RAIN
I find solace in solitude:
An easing from a pain.
Whene‘er the day becomes subdued
In the night and In the rain
I can hear the tiny raindrops
Upon some window-pane.
And I stand oumde and eavesdrop
On the night and the ram.
It's the quietness_ the (lnseness.
That the night does contain,
And I tremble in the caress.
Of the night and the ram.
——-—ALLAN WATANABI“.
TAKANO STUDIO
HENRY Y. MIYAKE
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