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October 25, 1991 - Image 83

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-10-25

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made up of Jews from Iran,
Iraq, Kurdistan, Yemen and
Poland, lived in ma'abarot —
transit camps. Mr. Vanunu's
father, David — who had been
an eminent rabbi in Morocco
— built the town's first syna-
gogue and despite the fami-
ly's difficult living conditions,
Mr. Vanunu remembers those
early times with affection.
"Somehow, we always
managed. We didn't need a lot
in those days, and despite all
having to live in one room, it
posed no serious problems."
A • bright student, Mr.
Vanunu studied agriculture
at the Hebrew University in
Jerusalem and went on to
earn a doctorate in economics
at Bar Ilan University. After
working in water manage-
ment, he entered politics in
1978 and was elected mayor
of Kiryat Malachi (on the
Herut list) for the first time in
1981. Now in his third term,
after running and winning as
an independent, Mr. Vanu-
nu's name has become synon-
ymous with that of Kiryat
Malachi — the town where he
grew up and whose transfor-
mation he is helping to
oversee.
Two of the original
ma'abarot huts — such as was
home to the Vanunu family in
the late 1950's — still stand
today, forlorn and abandoned,
in the center of the town .. .
a symbol of the past. Around
them, setting the tone of the
new Kiryat Malachi, are rows
of shining white villas con-
structed by the residents
themselves in the popular
"Build Your Own Home" pro-
gram. Elsewhere brand new
housing complexes and Pro-
ject Renewal renovations have
given the town a fresh, clean
look. In recognition of the role
played by the Jewish com-
munity of San Diego in help-
ing to bring Project Renewal
to Kiryat Malachi, one of the
town's main thoroughfares
bears the name Rehov San
Diego (San Diego Street).
Despite Kiryat Malachi's
distinctly Sephardi flavor —
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oriental bakeries — there is
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firms Mr. Vanunu. "We've ab-
sorbed every big immigration
wave — the Romanians in the
early 1960s, the Bukharans
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a good place for immigrants."
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