Spring in the Air 521.
(photo credit: Shmuel Bar-Am)
In 1963 an idealistic Moshe Levy immigrated from Argentina. Offered a
partnership in a hot-dog factory, he sank all of his money into the business.
Three months later his Israeli partner absconded with the company funds. The
disaster took a huge emotional and financial toll on Levy. And as his son Isaac
grew older, the boy vowed that some day he would find a way to ease the path for
new immigrants.About a year and a half ago, that opportunity appeared.
Isaac Levy’s flourishing Yvel jewelry business (Levy spelled backwards) moved to
an attractive new structure in Motza, next to the deserted red restaurant – on
the very plot that once housed the ill-fated hot-dog factory.
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