Elizabeth Miele


Went to Barringer and Central High graduating Central in 1918. Newspaper reporter for the Newark Ledger, lawyer, publisher of The Civic Pilot. Graduated New Jersey Law School in 1921. Praticed law at the Essex Building with Irene R. O’Crowley. Organized the Club Service Publishing Company, an advertising syndicate for women’s club publications. Later became a playwright and production manager, writing among other plays “City Haul”. Wrote hit song “Heaven Help Me I’m In Love” in 1951.

Photo from Newark Library.

Photo from Newark Library


Wingert, Dorothea. “Love of Life’s Bright Side Builds National Enterprise” Newark Sunday Call Jun 5, 1927

Nusbam, Jerry “Personally Speaking” Star Ledger Feb 12, 1956

Nusbam, Jerry “Personally Speaking” Star Ledger Jan 18, 1959

Nusbam, Jerry “Personally Speaking” Star Ledger Oct 17, 1964

“Elizabeth Miele Clicks With Song “Heaven Help Me I’m In Love” Star Ledger Jun 3, 1951

“Elizabeth Miele Brings Play Here” Jewish Chronicle Sept 30, 1932

IMBD Broadway Credits

Smith, Ann M. “Broadway Producer Looks Back At Newark Days” Sept 24, 1954