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Found in 187 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Issue no. 46. News coverage includes: date set for the paving and widening of Golden Highway from the county line west to Golden Hill Cemetery and the effect this will have on West End merchants, and activities of Hebrew Educational Alliance, Gigolo Club, and Guldman Center.
Dates: 1934 December 28
Abstract Issue no. 48. News coverage includes: Motorcycle Patrolman Ernest Ayers' arrests, from January 1-10, 1935, of 62 speeding motorists on West Colfax between Federal and Sheridan, and activities of Cheltenham P. T. A., Hebrew Educational Alliance, Guldman Center's minstrel show, and College of Jewish Studies.
Dates: 1935 January 11
Abstract Issue no. 49. News coverage includes: West Colfax Democratic Club's endorsement of W. W. Grant for Denver mayor, and activities of the Woman's Club [sic], Spivak Educational Institute's official opening, Guldman Center's minstrel show, and International Workmen's Circle.
Dates: 1935 January 18
Abstract Issue no. 50. News coverage includes: a solicitation asking for readers to submit written opinions on how best to create ''a strong and active improvement association,'' an announcement of the upcoming formal opening of the Dr. Chaim Spivak Educational Institute, and West End barbers' satisfaction with a new law requiring barbershops to close at 6 p.m., and activities of the Dickinson Branch Library, College of Jewish Studies, Zera Israel Synagog, Hebrew Educational Alliance, and Beth David...
Dates: 1935 January 25
Abstract Issue no. 51. News coverage includes: delay in beginning the Golden Road paving and widening project, and activities of the Community Chest, College of Jewish Studies, Hebrew Educational Alliance, and National Home Religious School Teachers.
Dates: 1935 February 1