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### with them to this country. ### them are so-called home in### and include men’s and ###ailoring, the making of chil######clothes and of white goods ###ods and hats. In season. ###en and women earn good ###at knitting mills. No men ###t ladies’ tailoring here.

###es these types of work there ### a number of other trades ###ch the immigrants might ###open their own factories or ###krooms where they might ###cture on commissions from ### owners whose plants are in###e. Such trades include mil### cabinet-making and carpen######inting, binding, shoemaking, ###aking and a number of others ### Jews brought over with them ### which whole families are em###.

### wages of a factory hand are ### five to eight milreis a day. (A ### is eight to ten American ### A family of four requires ###600 milreis (about fifty dol### month to live in ordinary ###. No doubt some of the ### Jews could introduce here ###er of callings which they ###d in Germany and which ###ot been developed here.

### Jewish colonies of Brazil are ###estado (state) of Rio Grande ### The ICA (Jewish Coloni### Organization (settled a num### families there some time ago, ###of whom are no longer there. ###e there many of those settled ### Grande do Sul during the ### more recent colonization ef### there.

### examination of the reasons for ###e colonization failures would be ###isable, especially in the light of ### fact that there is nevertheless a ### definite possibility of settling a ###e number of Jews on the land ### Brazil.

###deed, because of the present im###ation policy of the government ### the ministry of labor, it is most ###able that immigration permits ###d be granted more readily to ###ists than to others. Rapid ###ess could be made if a central

### promising occupations for new Brazilians.

It costs about five hundred dollars in American money to settle a family on a farm. Land is usually available on long-term installment payments, and with a carefully planned schedule the farmer can begin to pay up his obligations during the second year. The cooperation of the various groups and interested agencies would undoubtedly result in the government’s yielding a number of concessions, so that with the investment of only a very slight capital a very promising and profitable Jewish colony could be established, one which would add further importance to the Jewish community of Brazil.

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