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.
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Overview Issue no. 2. News coverage includes: a government-funded storm sewer for West Colfax, and activities of the P. D. Q. Girls, Star of Denver Lodge No. 112, the Utopian Club, and the Lake Junior High School Garden Club.
Overview News coverage in this issue of The West End Press includes: the U.S. government giving $40,000 to help repair Colfax Avenue, a change in Hebrew classes, a death from appendicitis, a girl having her 18th birthday ''ruined'' by having to undergo a surgical procedure, a Rabbi's delivery of a lecture in Yiddish, a wedding announcement for a woman by the name of Jessie Klein, a boy named Jerry Kadowitz sings patriotic songs for Washington's Birthday, and a group of children build a clubhouse in a...
Overview Issue no. 20. News coverage includes: the formation of the West Side Citizens' League and Improvement Association, and activities of Rude Community Center, Guldman Community Center, Spotlights Club, and Las Estrellitas.
Overview Issue no. 21. News coverage includes: a visit to Morey Taplow, Milton Schechter, and Harry Leopold, inmates at the state penitentiary in Canon City, and activities of Rude Center Press Club, Aleph Zadik Aleph, Hatikvah Circle, Guldman Community Center, and Dickinson Library.
Overview Issue no. 22. News coverage includes: the paving and widening of West Colfax Avenue, and activities of Guldman Community Center Symphony Orchestra, Ostrover Young Men's Benevolent Association, Y. T. C. Ladies Auxiliary, and Cheltenham School P.T.A.
Overview Issue no. 23. News coverage includes: complaints against the building of a gas station at Colfax Avenue and Irving Street because of its nearness to Cheltenham School and potential dangers to students, and activities of Guldman Center, Star of Denver Lodge No. 112, Justicia Rebekah Lodge, and Rude Center Press Club.