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Publishing executive ( committee media)publisher

Morrie Helitzer, American Publishing executive ( committee media)publisher. Member of executive board Princeton Jewish Center, 1970-1971.; Served with United States Navy, 1945-1946. Press fellow Council Foreign Relations, 1960-1961.; Member National Press.

Background

Helitzer, Morrie was born on June 8, 1925 in New York City. Son of Abraham and Ethel (Lifschutz) Helitzer.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering, Cornell University, 1945. Master of Arts in Political Science, University Chicago, 1948. Postgraduate in International Affairs, Columbia University, 1961.

Career

Reporter Uttar Pradesh, Madison, Wisconsin, 1946—1947, International News Service, Chicago, 1947—1948, Paris, 1948, Berlin, 1948—1949, Frankfurt, Germany, 1949, bureau chief Vienna, 1949—1950, Belgrade, 1950. Freelance writer Los Angeles, 1950—1953. Foreign correspondent NBC, India, 1954.

News editor ABC, New York City, 1955—1956. With McGraw Hill Inc., 1956—1978. Vice president Book Company, 1966—1973.

Administrator McGraw Hill St. Academy, 1968—1971. General manager Public Company, 1976—1978. President Helitzer Communications, Inc., Sea Cliff, New York, since 1979.

President, public, editor-in-chief New Accountant Company, Glen Head, since 1985. With United States Navy, 1945-1946.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Cold War, 1977. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member of executive board Princeton Jewish Center, 1970-1971. Served with United States Navy, 1945-1946. Press fellow Council Foreign Relations, 1960-1961.

Member National Press.

Connections

Married Florence Saperstein, May 29, 1955. Married Irene Rodman, September 29, 1974. Children: Jonathan Aaron, Cynthia Ann, Eve Frances, Elizabeth Sara.

father:
Abraham Helitzer

mother:
Ethel (Lifschutz) Helitzer

spouses:
Florence Saperstein

Irene Rodman

children:
Jonathan Aaron Helitzer

Cynthia Ann Helitzer

Eve Frances Helitzer

Elizabeth Sara Helitzer