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April 19, 1996 - Image 17

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Publication:
The Detroit Jewish News, 1996-04-19

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G

E. E F •

Poi yer FREE

Alooaro
With
lease or o f
p urchase!

had complained that day of
breathing problems to the staff
at the Red Roof Inn in South-
field, where he had lived for
nearly three weeks before his
death.
The face he had shown the
world in later years was one of
poverty and desolation. His
clothes were often soiled, his
grooming unkept. His rusting
1975 Cadillac four-door with
cracked windshield was filled
with dirty laundry, moldy snack
foods, and a hodge-podge of
items most folks would view as
junk. But as investigators
searched more carefully
through the debris, they discov-
ered the crumpled suggestion of
a fortune.
Brokerage statements re-
vealing millions of dollars in in-
vestments were found in the car
and, later, in Mr. Abramson's
equally disheveled hotel room.
And there was something else:
a simple two-page will, drafted
in 1986 by Livonia attorney Jer-
ry Raymond.
Mr. Abramson, who was liv-
ing at that time in a seedy
Inkster hotel room with his sis-
ter, Edith, left all his assets to
her. But the will also provided
that if she predeceased him —
which she did a short time later
— the estate should go to the
three Jewish charities.
He mentioned four other rel-
atives by name in the will — in-
cluding a sister, Rose — and
extended his wishes for their
"good health and happiness."
But, he wrote, "for reasons of my
own, I make no provision for
them hereunder." ❑

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mo.

LEASE

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-

New showroom has it all
including the sink

MAXIE Collision, Inc.
32581 Northwestern Hwy.
Farm;ngton Hills

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737-7122

After selling plumbing supplies whole-
Msale for more than 70 years,
Advance Plumbing and Heating Supply
Co. has opened a retail showroom in
Walled Lake.
The 3,000 square-foot store at 1977
Maple Rd., between Decker and
Haggerty, features hundreds of faucets
and displays of working showers,
whirlpools, toilets and sinks. "You can
actually see how everything works,"
says Jeff Moss, vice president. High
end brands include Kohler, Grohe,
Delta and Moen.

A licensed master plumber can

assist do-it-yourselfers and answer
installation and maintenance ques-
tions.
Moss' Grandfather, Harry Chemick,
founded the business in Detroit in 1920.
Chemick's son-in-law and the current
president, Ron Moss, joined in 1957.
Advance expanded to Walled Lake in
1990 when it purchased Franklin
Plumbing Supply.
Store hours are 8:30-5 Mon.-Fri., 8-3
Sat, or other times by appointment.

1977 W. Maple Road, Walled Lake (Between Haggerty & Decker Rds.)

(810) 669-7474

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