G. i I Sandy i Michigan. aur- of Erich Brandeis, 65, Dies; Author of 'Looking at G e o r g e t o w n Columnist Was Formerly Active in Promotion Work GEORGETOWN. Nov. 18 -- Pri- vÂ»Â»Â» Â«/.Â«-vif*f wH| t a k p TlacÂ» in White Plains. N. Y.. for Erich Brandeis. Brandeis. 65. of Old Farm road, veteran newspaperman and author of the column "Looking At Life." which n 150 newspapers, includ- The Bridgeport Telegram, who died suddenly today In NorwalX hospital of a heart ailment, only 12 1'3 Hopewell at At of 20 the of Lester, re- former Lester a Board of Born in Berlin. Germany. Mr. Brandeis received hiÂ« AB degree from the University of Berlin m 1921. He became a citizen of the United States fn 1927. Mr. Brandeis worked as a reporter reporter for The San Francisco Examiner from 1913 to 1914. and later became a feature writer for The San Fian- ci.Â«co Call. He al'o was press lep- resentative for that paper durmjr the San Francisco exposition in 1915. Specialized in Promotion From 1922 to 1924 he wrote articles articles for magazines and syndicates, and waa a publicity writer for thcÂ« Internationa! Magazine company, publishers of Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping and Harpers Bazaar. Mr. Brandeis also did special promotion promotion work for newspapers and magazines, including King Feature Syndicate, Inc., Cosmopolitan, Good Housekeeping. The New York Times, Current History, Smart Set, Delineator. Adventure. Life, Forbes, Business Week and Hearst news- 1 ERICH BRANDEIS papers. In 1935 and 1936 he was vice president of the American Offset corporation; vice president of the Americana corporation, and a director director of the Americana Institute in 1937 and 1938. In 1938. Mr. Brandeis was named promotion director of King Features Features Syndicate. He resigned the position in 1947 to begin writing his column. WroU Three Books He was author- of the books. "Successful Physician," "Andrew Jackson. Old Hickory," and "Franklin D. Roosevelt, The Man." He also was the author of several several vaudeville playlets and -wrote many magazine articles, pamphlets and Inspiration and business editorials. editorials. Mr. Brandeis was a member of Sigma Delta Chi fraternity. Adventures Adventures club, Banshees, and National National Press club of Washington, D. C. He Is survived by his wife. Olga \Vllllamson Brandeis, whom he married In 1921 in New York city. A resident of Georgetown since 1952. Mr. Brandeis lived six years in Westport prior to that time in Brookfleld center. J u l i u s A. Ludwig DANBURY. Nov. 18--Committal services for Julius A. Ludwig, 89. formerly of this city, who died Tuesday in Miami. Fla.. will take place tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the Immanuel Lutheran cemetery. The Rev. Bernard W. Jansen. pastor Immanuel Lutheran church, will officiate. Antonio Bucciarclli NEW CANAAN, Nov. 18.--Services 18.--Services will take place tomorrow for Antonio Bucciarclli, 77, of 7 Locust tvenue, a retired contractor, who died yesterday in his home. They will be conducted at 8:30 a.m. In the Franklin Hoyt funeral home, 184 South Main street, and at 9 o'clock in St. Aloysius' church with a requiem Mass. Burial will be in St. John's cemetery, Springdale. Springdale. Miss Edna Green NORWALK, Nov. 18 -- Services will take place in New York City for Miss Edna Green, 50, of 24 Park street, who died Tuesday Norwalk hospital. Miss Green was born in Virginia and was employed jat the Hat Corporation of America. She is survived by a sister, Flossie Baker of New York city.