Dr. Inman Says Thousands of Refugees Can Be Settled in South America

The willingness of South America governments and institutions to avail themselves of the scholarship of scores of German refugees is hindered by financial restrictions, according to a report prepared by Dr. Samuel GuyInman of New York and made public today by League of Nations High Commissioner James J. McDonald after both had toured South America to investigate possibilities of settling refugees.

He reported opportunities for scientific, research and technical experts in semi-government and private laboratories and manufacturing plants in the following countries: Paraguay, Colombia, Nicaragua, Guatamela, Chile and Ecuador. In addition, he fond Santo Domingo ready to settle 1,000 families on land. Peru, Paraguay, Ecuador will accept as many refugees as are willing to enter as farmers, he said.

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