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February 09, 1968 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1968-02-09

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Hope Abandoned for Lost Israel Submarine Dakar

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Friday, February 9, 1968-17

ORT Votes to Extend Its Israel, France Programs

GENEVA (JTA) - - The World gration and the requirements of
ORT Union executive voted here countries, quantitatively as well as
Monday for further expansion of qualitatively."
its programs in France and Israel
to meet pressing needs of Jews in
those countries for vocational and
technical training. Max Braude,
director-general, presented a rec-
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All hope was abandoned this week for the lost Israeli submarine Dakar with the 69 officers and
crewmen aboard. The loss has been conceded by Admiral Shlomo Hare!, commander in chief of Israel's
Navy. The accompanying photo was made when the craft was commissioned at Portsmouth, England,
Nov. 9, 1967. It shows crewmen boarding the Dakar.

TEL AVIV (JTA)—The families of 69 officers and crewmen of the missing Israeli submarine Dakar
were assembled at General Headquarters here Sunday night and told that the intensive search for the
underseacraft that began 11 days ago has been called off. The sub disappeared Jan. 25 and has not been
heard from.
Meeting the bereaved families were Defense Minister Moshe Dayan, Chief of Staff Maj. Gen. Chaim
Bar-Lev and Admiral Shlomo Erel, commander-in-chief of Israel's Navy. They said that everything will
be done to determine what happened to the Dakar and solve the mystery of her disappearance. Admiral Erel
disclosed that the submarine, which Israel purchased from Britain, was not armed on her maiden voyage
from Portsmouth Naval Base to Haifa. Even her quota of torpedoes was shipped to Israel by other means.
Because the vessel was light, she was ordered to make the voyage submerged, Admiral Erel said.
Chief Chaplain Shlomo Goren of Israel's armed forces, said that the families of the Dakar's crew
do not have to sit shiva (the traditional seven-day mourning period) at this time because it is possible that
some clue will be found to the fate of the submarine and her men. Rabbi Goren said a date for shiva
will be set later.

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Orthodox Scientists Told They Have Role Finding Ways to Teach Judaism

NEW YORK (JTA)—Orthodox Jewish Scientists here. Addressing that the association, here and
Jewish scientists should help find the association's 20th anniversary abroad, could contribute to the
an answer to the question of how ibanquet, Dr. Domb, president of genefal community "what no other
Judaism may be brought "to the organization in Britain, said group can but that the community
masses of Jews estranged from it," Orthodox scientists should seek needs so urgently."
Dr. Cyril Domb, British physicist, j ways to educate "the new genera-
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