Magazine article Editor & Publisher

Obituaries

Magazine article Editor & Publisher

Obituaries

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Louis Bailly, 80, retired editor for The San Diego Union, died Sept. 15 of a heart attack. Bailly began his career with the United Press in Boston and worked briefly at a San Antonio paper before joining the Union in July 1958, where he served as telegraph editor until his retirement in December 1983. In 1966, he was elected president of the San Diego chapter of Sigma Delta Chi.

Charles F. Finney, 78, retired editor and publisher of the Martinsville (Ind.) Democrat, died Sept. 13. Finney was editor and publisher for 20 years. Finney and his brother purchased the weekly from their parents after World War II, and he later bought his brother's interest. The paper stayed in the family for 72 years until Finney sold it in 1968. Finney then worked in the administrative office of the Indiana Employment Security Division until his retirement in 1985.

Robert Musel, 90, international journalist, died Sept. 8. Musel joined United Press in 1927 as a copy boy, and served as a upi senior editor long past normal retirement age. Musel moved to London in 1943 as a war correspondent and remained there for the rest of his life. …

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