Your problem, Ed, is your theme. It's set up so that when you create a "Page," it still has the comments and post data (date, author, etc). Many themes do this. I use WordPress classic because I'm an old softy, and it does this.
In some themes, you'll be able to go into the "Edit Themes" section and select the "Page.php" file, then remove the "Comments" function and, if you like, the postdata functions.
But it can be trickier. In WordPress Classic, for example, there is no Page.php. The page stuff is folded into the main Index.php. If this is the case with your theme, I suggest you don't try to mess with the page area. Too many things might go wrong.
You need to find yourself a theme that you KNOW, by default, has pages without comments or posting info. Check out http://themes.wordpress.net/ to see a huge list of quality themes to choose from. You can click on "Test Run," then look at a particular themes pages to see if they have comments or not. If not, you're in business!
If you absolutely must have your current theme, make sure it has an independent "Page.php" file, and editing the comments out should be pretty self explanatory once you get in there. Always refer to forums if you have problems. Always back up your files.
And everyone else -- unless I'm completely wrong -- don't concentrate on the phrase "blank pages" -- he doesn't actually want the pages to be blank, he wants his contact info on them. What he wants is no comments/no post date, etc... "Blank" in that way.