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Indianapolis Indiana Jewish Post (Newspaper) - July 16, 1965, Indianapolis, IndianaFriday july id 1963 the National jewish Post and opinion Sabbath Bill arouses fears on both sides Jerusalem a israelis were trying to figure out what the putting into Law of a Sabbath rest Bill will mean to them. The orthodox who have demanded that the Masai majority bring the Bill to the Knesset for consideration As the Price for their votes in the coalition face opposition from the Ultra orthodox who feel the restrictions merely give Legal Sanction to violations. The Liberal elements on the other hand Are concerned that further inroads be made on already established practices such As bus transportation swimming at beaches Etc. Actually the Bill specifically omits most of present status quo practices which have grown up As a matter of tug of War Between the nonreligious majority in Israel and the orthodox Rabbinate. There will be no vote in the present session of the Knesset although the Bill has been tabled which Means in american parlance brought before the legislature. The Law fixes the Sabbath As an official rest Day in addition to the two Days of Rosh has Honah yom kippur the first and last Day of Succoth and passover and shavuot. According to the draft Law All commercial enterprises a both private and cooperative a will be prohibited from opening on the Sabbath. However this general provision a whose definition is itself not yet Clear is hedged by qualifications. A regular Public services a which includes Public transport restaurants hotels pharmacies and medical service facilities Are excluded from the provisions of the Bill. The Law also maintains the labor ministers authority to permit Quot necessary work to continue on the Sabbath and recognizes the authority of local ordinances governing Sabbath regulations. It also provides for a three Man committee composed of the prime minister the labour minister and the religious affairs minister to determine which enterprises and services May be excluded from the prohibition. The Law leaves unaffected such popular Sabbath recreation facilities As beaches and swimming pools. Gasoline stations on the country a roads will also be permitted to remain open. However theatres bars and night clubs which Are open on Friday nights May be affected. The Jerusalem pest which usually reflects the views of the Liberal Masai said a the Law is not satisfactory because it goes beyond the status quo. And it is not satisfactory because the difficulties of Compromise have made it a badly defined Law the Burden of which will ultimately be borne by the courts. The Cabinet must be fully aware of these problems to which it Laid itself open at the time of the present coalition agreement. Legislation once passed acquires a certain status and the time has not yet come in Israel for More legislation on what is in reality a religious Amodia Organ of the Ultra orthodox Gudat Yisrael expressing disappointment with the Bill justifies the recent headline in an israeli paper which wrote a of the Sabbath Law Only the name since a Public services Are to be exempt from the Sabbath rest Law and since moreover a the minister of labour has already prepared a Long list of such a Public services such As bathing beaches swimming pools fuel stations Etc. The new Law instead of prohibiting the desecration of the Sabbath will not Only permit it but Grant Legal Sanction to the desecrate is a the paper declares. Hat Zofe the publication of the National religious party which is part of the government coalition expressing its satisfaction with the Sabbath Law writes a the status quo in religious matters has so far been devoid of any official Sanction which was the reason for numerous Loop holes and contraventions. The new Law puts an end to this state of affairs applies uniformity to local statutes which have been in Force to Date. And gives Legal Force on a National scale to the various ordinances governing working hours and Days of the left Wing a1 Ham Ishma considers the Bill a a violation of the status quo a and declares a we Are now witnessing another surrender by the alignment parties to the pressure of the religious Israel s Amateur players being paid is accusation Tel Aviv a Israel s major sport a soccer a which is called football and can be likened to the popularity of baseball in the United states is now torn Over a dispute about Money received by the so called Simon pure amateurs who make up the teams in the various rebuke to Suez plea London a prime minister Harold Wilson s statement to a visiting egyptian parliamentary delegation that the Suez canal should be opened to israeli shipping Drew a Quick rebuke from Cairo. Cheers greeted Wilson a report to the House of commons that he had told the egyptian delegation his Quot very Strong View that so far As israeli shipping is concerned it should be allowed to pass freely through the Suez canal. Israelis exports for the first half of 1965 totalled $242.3 million an increase of 17 per cent Over the same period last year. At mid America s fabulous resort. A playtime Paradise where you la enjoy a terrific food in it a a air conditioned rooms a 1 a a. A Beautiful heated Pool and Patio a All sports a gala floor shows a planned children s activities Moc Farau Rotas write for brochure a a where vacation dreams come truce Yitzhak Pannia has resigned As chairman of the football association Over opposition to his views that something must be done about the professionalism of the players. His suggestion was that two new leagues be organized one along Semi professional lines and the other strictly play protest late Paris a a passion play performed for one month under the patronage of the minister of state for culture has been protested by the representative Council of French jewry. The play reflected the Christian anti semitism of the times of the crusades. An official of the ministry pointed out that the protest was made too late since the final performance of the month Long run had already been Given. The football association auditors recent reported beyond All doubt that much of the National soccer league and league a a a were run on undercover professional lines. Pannal suggested that the Hista Drut Mac Abbi and betar finance the Quot Semi professional Selling shalom says Zim director Haifa a rumours Thal the Zim line intended Selling its passenger ships including the shalom because they Are losing Money were denied Here. 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