Economic aryanisation continues and other measures bear down on the Jewish population. A law of April 1941 prohibits Jews from exercising professions requiring contact with the public. Abraham Lewenberg worked as a barber in the shop of M. Rossigny. Place Rene Goblet. He pleads with the prefect that he be allowed to continue. Nissim Haita attempts to restart his business in a barracks on the site of his bombed out business, but the administrator provisoire insists he be barred. Haita, who has six children to support, asks the prefect for permission to exercise the profession of photographer, but he is denied by the German military commander, on grounds that it is not a trade for which there is a critical need.