IN MELVILLE, Sask., the fire siren wailed on a recent evening. The brave fire laddies rushed to their hall. The driver leaped to the driver’s seat. The fire truck swooped into the street and began to gather speed as it roared away to the scene of the outbreak.
WHAT the fate of the British Empire and the United States would be were the Axis powers to win the war is now clearly defined. Otto Tolischus, Tokyo correspondent of the New York Times recently cabled “exploratory peace terms” presented by the Japan Times Advertiser, organ of the Japanese Foreign Office.
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