Magazine article Editor & Publisher

Obituaries

Magazine article Editor & Publisher

Obituaries

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Henry N. Arline

76, Died April 13

FORMER COPY EDITOR AT THE COLUMBUS (OHIO) DISPATCH

A longtime news- paperman, Arline first served as a civilian cryptographic specialist During World War II. He played a variety of newsroom roles at papers such as The Saratogian in Saratoga Springs, N.Y.; The Repository in Canton, Ohio; The Lima (Ohio) News; and the Arizona Daily Star in Tucson. He joined The Columbus (Ohio) Dispatch in 1972 as a copy editor, and later served as a wire editor and a business copy editor.

James Herbert Hughes Jr.

75, Died April 1

FORMER EXECUTIVE EDITOR OF THE MORNING ADVOCATE AND STATE-TIMES IN BATON ROUGE, LA.

No-nonsense newsman Jim Hughes started out as a general-assignment reporter with the Morning Advocate in 1955. He became city editor of the Advocate's sister paper, the evening State-Times in 1960. He was named executive editor of both newspapers in 1976, a post he held until his retirement in 1991.

Marjorie Hunter

78, Died April 10

FORMER WASHINGTON CORRESPONDENT AT THE NEW YORK TIMES

One of the first female reporters to cover hard political news in Washington, Hunter joined the Times in 1961 after stints with The News & Observer in Raleigh, N.C., the Winston-Salem (N.C.) Journal, and the old Houston Press. In 1969, she was elected president of the Women's National Press Club, which later merged with another group to become the National Press Club. She retired from the Times in 1986. …

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