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Henry D Spalding

A native of New York City, Henry D. Spalding began his career in journalism as a reporter for the "New York Mirror" and the "Journal". While a member of the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., he was an accredited White House correspondent. In the 1950s Spalding moved to Los Angeles, where he was active as editor and publisher of "Deejay", "Disc", and "Top Ten"--all music magazines--as well as "Talent News", a show-business trade journal. Mr. Spalding's "Encyclopedia of Jewish Humor" was