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February 15, 1980 - Image 11

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1980-02-15

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Guidelines
for Teaching
Holocaust Era

BONN (JTA) — A de-
tailed list of recom-
mendations on how to deal
with the Nazi period in
West German schools has
been prepared by the Cen-
tral Organization of Jews in
West Germany and the
trade union representing
educators and scientific
workers.
The recommendations
are intended as guidelines
for high school teachers.
They include an index of
textbooks, documents, films
and other sources of infor-
mation on the Nazi era.
About 20,000 copies of the
guidelines will be distrib-
uted to school adminis-
trators and other groups
dealing with education.
The guidelines emphasize
the persecution of Jews, the
ideological bias of education
in the Third Reich, German
occupation policy and the
organized resistance
against the Nazis.
Until recently, the Nazi
period was taboo in West
German schools because
many of the older teachers
had played a role in it and
the younger teachers had
failed to inform themselves.

Raise Import
Ceiling, Israel
Asks the U.S.

JERUSALEM (JTA) —
Israel is asking the U.S. to
raise the ceiling on a variety
of goods that Israel exports
to that country to help re-
duce the widening gap in
the balance of trade be-
tween them.
The request was put to
President Carter's special
trade envoy, Reubin Askew
by Minister of Commerce
and Industry Gideon Patt.
The limitations apply
mainly to jewelry. Israel
exports $40 million worth of
jewelry to the U.S. annually
and Patt observed to report-
ers after his meeting with
Askew that "this is a very
small sum considering the
price of gold in the last few
months."
He said Israel is seek-
ing to have the ceiling on
these exports changed so
that each category of
jewelry would have its
own limit. He said the
American envoy prom-
ised a reply by April 1.

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JERUSALEM — A man
arrested while attempting
to set fire to a Jerusalem
bookshop is being ques-
tioned in connection with a
wave of recent anti-
Christian vandalism.
The police apprehended
the suspect late Tuesday
night as he was trying to set
fire to the Torch Bookshop
in downtown Jeruselem.
The store specializes in
Christian texts and scrip-
tures.
Earlier, the window of
another Christian
bookstore was shattered by
a rock thrown from a pass-
ing car.

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Vandal Caught
at Bookstore

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