* Peggy Pinn, 65, an educator at Howard University and the...

DEATHS ELSEWHERE

April 22, 1994

* Peggy Pinn, 65, an educator at Howard University and the founder of a television and film training program for minority students, died April 6 of a stroke at Shady Grove Hospital in Rockville, where she lived. The native of Brooklyn, N.Y., wrote columns for The Amsterdam News and The Queens Voice in New York, worked in the news and public-affairs department at CBS-TV and on the production staff of the PBS series "Black Journal." In 1971, she founded the National Educational Television Training School in New York, a program sponsored by WNET that was designed to prepare minority students for jobs in communications. From 1972 until her retirement in 1984, she lectured in the department of film and television at Howard, and served as the director of the university's department of continuing education and of its community-service programs.

* Howard Otway, 72, an actor, author and singer who was the owner and director of Theater 80 St. Marks, the longest continuously running movie house devoted exclusively to revival films in New York City, died Monday of emphysema at New York University Medical Center. His theater, at 80 St. Mark's Place in the East Village, began its film revival program in 1971 with an opening-night celebration at which Gloria Swanson was the host.

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