KHAYIM-YANKEV VILA (EUGENIO VILLA) (1891-October 1, 1974)
He was born in Hungary. In 1919 he moved to Argentina. His books include: Erets yehuda, a baytrag tsu der leyzung tsu der idn-frage (The land of Judah, a contribution to the solution of the Jewish question) (Buenos Aires, 1939), 8 pp.; Naye vegn (New paths) (Buenos Aires, 1943), 103 pp.; Hot argentinter yidisher yishev take aza pomen? (Does the Argentinian Jewish community really look like that?) (Buenos Aires: Saadya, 1955), 18 pp. He died in Jerusalem.
Berl Kagan, comp., Leksikon fun yidish-shraybers (Biographical dictionary of Yiddish writers) (New York, 1986), col. 245.