Jacques Buchenholtz, one of the founders of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency when it was organized twenty-five years ago in Holland under the name of Jewish Correspondence Bureau, died here suddenly yesterday from a heart attack while walking in the street.
Buchenholtz, who was 47 years old, has been living in Argentina for the last 14 years, taking an active interest in Jewish life. He was born in Antwerp, Belgium.
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