Greeley Daily Tribune 11/11/38

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Greeley Daily Tribune 11/11/38 - Weather Colorado--Snow flurries Friday night...
Weather Colorado--Snow flurries Friday night and Saturday.; colder in west Friday night and in, east Saturday. Wyoming--Snow flurries Friday night and Saturday; colder in east and south Friday night and in east Saturday. THK GRKBLBY REPUBLICAN VOLUME XXXI--NUMBER 87 AFTERNOON EDITION GREELEY, COLORADO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 193? WEEKLY TRIBUNE ESTABLISHED 1870 Junior Red Cross With Children of Lands In Gree/ey s Armistice Day Parade Promoting Scout Banner Gives Whole Parade Spirit "Peace--Expressing What the People- People- Want." That- legend was upon- a banner car- | ried by Boy Scouts at the head of i Greeley's second annual Arniistice , Day parade for Peace Friday and the Boy Scouts succintly expressed the | whole spirit of the parade. _ j At least 1200 marched or rode in | Friday morning's parade and there , were many tine floats all emphasizing , tho wish of the people--Peace. , Greeley's Armistice Day parade | with its peace theme is in striking , contrast lo Armistice Day parades in., most towns and cities where the | inarching feet of soldiers, and rolling , wheels of cannon make up the parade | pageantry; i Churches, Sunday schools, public | schools, clubs and veteran's organiza- ( tions and auxiliaries took part in the parade. J u n i o r Red Cross First prize for floats was woii by ] the Junior Red Cross which had a I Eight New Republican Faces for U. S. Senate Roosevelt Says Liberal Gov't Mot Menaced by Vote Result; May Consider Cabinet Changes (Associated Press) Too Rough for Coast Washington, Nov. 11 --PrPsldpnt r , TI.,,,_ TV Roobevelt said today IIP did not b p - ' Guard rlane 10 lieve the results of Tuesday's P!P P lions constituted any threal to the i i i i i t l i m a t l n n of liberal government. I At his press. confprfiH'p, Mr. ROOSP- velt declared he thought thp election I H'lurns were all right. : ]Ii« ri-frained from giving any policy I i n t i r p r c t a t i i m . of UIP vote. HP was asked whether IIP belipved the hPavy balloting for Senator Wagner, d e m o - I c'rut, New Yolk, was tantamount t o ' an fiidoiseinent of tho Wagner labor relations act. That he remarked, was an impossible impossible question to answer., hut added ' that he thought thp voters of thP i state had given Wagner nearly half a million majority bpcauup thpy liked | the, senator's record. ! At the same time,, he predicted that | he would not encounter what one of his questioners called "coalition opposition,"--presumably opposition,"--presumably the combining j, .Of republicans and anti-New Dual Pogrom May Split s ners Goebbels Warns Jews Outside Germany Their Behavior Is Decisive Off Scalded Engineer New York, Nov. 11.-- Lieutenant Lieutenant True Miller of tho coast, guard and a crew of two today flew 200 miles out to sea to transfer and treat a scalded seaman only to find the sea too rough to. alight Miller radioed the coast guard that he had circled the American freighter, Vincent, and, was informed informed by its master, Captain Pendleton, that while the scalded second engineer suffered "excru- Eating pain," the injuries were not serious. Miller suggesetd a cutter from Norfolk, Va., the port for which the Vincent was headed, might better effect the transfer. The ship called for aid when it was about 200 miles off Cape Henry,, Va. (Associated Press) London, Nov. 11.--A. horror expressed expressed by British people at the anti- Jewish outbreak in Nazi Germany was expected in diplomatic quarters Friday Friday lo 1 prove a matter of serious embarrassment embarrassment to Prime M i n i s t e Neville Cliaiubtiiluin in liia efforts to placate Adolf Hitler and insure British British German c-ooperatioii. The staid Daily Telegraph,, regarded regarded as tho unofficial mouthpiece, of the foreign, office, said Friday p£ the German riots: | "Germany has delivered herself over to an orgy of savagery which will send a tin-ill of ho;ior thruout the civilized, world. The pogroms Dear every nurk of careful organization and official condonation.. The Nazi ruvenge is one of the most terrible things of the present century." The comment by the News-Clironi- ule; which i (.'presents the large body of solid liberalism, said. "A program hardly surpassed In fury since the dark ages has been housed with calculated tliorouuss thru- l o u t the greater reic-h. The onslaught was as contemptible as its pretext was paltry and its persecution coward ly. Not on the basis of such savagery can there be any hope of understanding understanding between the leaders of Germany and the people of this country., Britain will be revolted to a man by this sadistic outbreak." (Associated Press) Berlin, Nov. 11.--Propaganda Minister

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