Blumberg, Benjamin M., 1911-1978
Newspaperman; b. Feb 15, 1911, d. Feb. 19, 1978; graduate of Cheltenham School (Denver, Colo.), North High School (Denver Colo.) and the University of Denver.
Found in 126 Collections and/or Records:
Overview Issue no. 37. News coverage includes: Ulysses Lyons' destruction of the Torah at the Hebrew Educational Alliance, John C. Moody's resignation as director of Rude Community Center, and the opening of the Lake Grill at West Colfax and Lowell, and activities of Denver Council of Young Judaea, Dickinson Branch Library, Roses of Sharon, Guldman Center, and Hebrew Educational Alliance.
Overview Issue no. 38. News coverage includes: A.B. Hirschfeld's campaign for State Senate, and activites involving the Dickenson Library, Colfax School, Beth David Sisterhood, Rude Community Center, Young Voters Association, Council of Jewish Juniors and the League of Jewish Youth.
Overview Issue no. 39. News coverage includes: proposed conversion of the Palm Theater from silent to sound movies, a family planning to move to Palestine after the mother is released from the Jewish Consumptives' Relief Society (JCRS), local vote canvas in the Governor's race by West End precinct, and activites involving the Hebrew Educational Alliance, Beth David Sisterhood, Ladies Auxilliary of the Ex-Patients Tubercular Home, Guldman Community Center, Lake Jr. High, The Joint Distribution...
Overview Issue no. 4. News coverage includes: the paving and widening of West Colfax Avenue, and activities of Phi Sigma Delta, Guldman Community Center, Oneg Shabbos, Denver Council of Young Judaea, the Hebrew Educational Alliance, and the Lake Junior High School Camera Club.
Overview Issue no. 40. News coverage includes: Judge Otto Bock and Councilmen Harry Rosenthal and Sam West holding a town hall meeting for all West End residents, and activities of Hebrew Educational Alliance, Lake Junior High School, Strivers Club, Guldman Players, Dickinson Library, Rude Park Rangers, and the Mothers' Club.
Overview Issue no. 41. News coverage includes: report of the West End Colfax Improvement Association program attended by 300 West End residents, which included talks by Judge Otto Bock, Councilman Harry Rosenthal, Senator A. B. Hirschfeld, and Samuel West, and activities of Aleph Zadik Aleph, J. U. G. Girls, Jewish National Fund, Townsend Old Age Pensioin Club, and Kadimah Club.