Selected article titles: "'Pointless' Tactics of Concern to Civil Rights Proponents" (p.1-2), "Buddhists Rights Not Affected by Atheist Amendment" (p.1), "Canada to Revise Immigration Policy" (p.1), "Notice to Claimants of Yen Certificates" (p.2), "Carnegie Grant to Japanese History Project Draws Mexican American Comment" (p.3).
Selected article titles: "Stigma of proscribed Japanese organizations seed for suspicion" (p. 1), "Sociological study of Santa Clara Valley Japanese to be made" (p. 1), "Canada may relax strict immigration policy against Japanese Canadians" (p. 2), "Hawaii Nisei 'imported' to meet labor shortage on no. Calif. berry farms" (p. 3).
Selected article titles: "Washington Democrats Urge Claims Bill. Party's Convention Approves Move for Removal of Racial Restrictions on Naturalization" (p. 1), "Reinstatement of Nisei Civil Service Workers Indicated as State Fails to Press Charges" (p. 1), "Japanese American Soldiers Refused Entry Into Canada" (p. 1), "Survey Finds Hostile Feelings To U.S. Japanese Decreasing. 25 Per Cent …
Selected article titles: "Optometry: Resignation Closes Service" (p. 1), "Director Bennett Inducts Councilmen for New Term" (p. 1), "Sushi Sale Successful" (p. 1), "Editorial: Councils Sworn In" (p. 2), "Nisei, Chinese Work in N.Y." (p. 2), "Nisei in Canada Pioneer for Place Under the Sun" (p. 4), "Expatriation of Disloyal Urged" (p. 4).
Caption on reverse [translation]: "(Lucerne, Canada). Captain Frank Hawks, the world-celebrated aviator and holder of many world speed records, spent a day practicing skiing here in Lucerne [?], a suburb of Quebec during his world trip, providing a brilliant sight as he translated his aerial skills to skiing. Photograph: Captain Hawks practicing skiing."
Selected article titles: "First Volunteers to Depart for U.S. Army. Contingent of Ten to Leave Tomorrow for Ft. Douglas" (p. 1), "Editorial: New Chapter Opened in Evacuation History" (p. 2), "Provo Tent City Set for Topaz Residents. Summer Camp, Work Details Discussed at Conferences" (p. 3), "Canada Government Liquidates Holdings of Japanese Evacuees" (p. 5).
Selected article titles: "JACL Establishes Defense Fund for Civil Rights Cases. Organization Will Participate in Litigation Involving Other Racial Minorities in America" (p. 1), "Privy Council Decision Upholds Legality of Canada Program of Deporting Japanese Group" (p. 1), "Manzanar Camp Dismantled by Government. Lumber Will Provide Material for Homes Of War Veterans" (p. 3).
Selected article titles: "Judge Goodman Denies Request of 'Tokyo Rose' for Bail as Two Week Trial Delay Granted" (p. 1), "Placer County Group Passes Resolution Urging Citizenship For Resident Japanese Aliens" (p. 1), "Many Canada Evacuees Settle in Toronto City" (p. 2), "Coast Shipping Tieup May Delay Return of Stranded Nisei Group" (p. 6).
Select article titles: "JACL accepts Governor's call to attend senior citizens talk" (p.1); "Heartache and hardship immigration cases cited in JCCA brief evoke sympathy from Canada legislators and prime minister" (p.1); "Issei widow nearly deported to Mexico saved by CL plea" (p.3); "Magnuson hits alien land law as undemocratic" (p.8)