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Czech Schools Ordered to Limit Jews to 4%; Closed Shops Must Retain Employes

Prague advices said today that Czech schools have been ordered to limit enrollment of Jewish students to four per cent of the total registration. The schools have also been forbidden to admit Jewish pupils coming from schools where the language of instruction was other than Czech.

Jewish lawyers and doctors who have been forbidden to continue in practice, and Jewish merchants whose businesses have been closed down, have been notified that they must not dismiss their employes until the end of the year. Jewish jewelers, although forbidden to sell articles of gold or silver, are compelled to keep their shops open and not to reduce the salaries of employes.

The Union of Prague Restaurant Owners has demanded that the city immediately cancel licenses held by Jews and emigres.

Jewish organizations, including several burial societies, synagogues and a number of religious foundations, are included in a list of groups ordered dissolved by the Nazi authorities.