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Armand Spitz
also called Armand Neustadter Spitz

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  1. son of Louis Spitz and Rose (Neustadter) Spitz)

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  2. born on Philadelphia, PA July 7, 1904

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  3. died on Fairfax, VA April 14, 1971

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  4. educated at the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Cincinnati, without receiving a degree from either

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  5. In 1926 he began working as a journalist, and within two years purchased a newspaper in Haverford, PA

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