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April 19, 1991 - Image 99

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1991-04-19

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Rea Estate

For information On Showcasing Your Commercial Properties
Please Contact Betty Wolocko or Marlene Miller at 354-6060

TAX FREE EXCHANGE

INVESTMENT PROPERTIES

SALE-LEASEBACK

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Call FARBMAN/STEIN & CO.

(313) 362-3333

Klein & Associates, Inc. offers quality retail
and office space- for lease in the greater
metropolitan area including such corn-
munities as Birmingham, West Bloomfield
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Farmington

Hills,
H il ls, Southfield,
Troy, Rochester
Hills, Auburn Hills, and Keego Harbor. For
further information please call:

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KLEIN

& ASSOCIATES, INC.

Franklin Road • Southfield

• Immediate Occupancy

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• Prime Location

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• Private Entry

• Economically Priced

(313) 626.1100

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BIRMINGHAM

Maple Woodward

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THE COURTYARD

Completely Furnished
Immediate Availability
Excellent Location
Great Parking

DAVID M. TISDALE & COMPANY




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Great Hwy. Access
Park At Door
• Near Hotels, Restaurants
• Ideal for Office/Service

Call

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Confused
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About Leasing
Office
Work
or
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Retail
Space?
Useable/

Rentable'

BUILDINGS FOR SALE

BIRMINGHAM — Maple & Woodward. 4200

-- Over
Base Yr.

sq. ft. Office Building. Great for Attorney, CPA.

BIRMINGHAM — Maple &Telegraph. 3800 sq.

ft. Office

Building.

FARMINGTON HILLS — Northwestern Highway.

Plus
What?

2000 & 3800 square foot buildings.

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Burland, Reiss,
Murphy & Rembiesa Inc.

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Realtors El Office Specialists
28300 Franklin Road
Southfield, Michigan 48034

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Escalations

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ALAN BROTMAN
540-1000
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WEST
BLOOMFIELD

Prime location office space available
on Orchard Lake Rd. 1,000 to 6,000
sq. ft. Brokers protected.

PONTIAC/WATERFORD — On Telegraph, near

Orchard Lake. (2) 20,000 square foot Com-
mercial Buildings.

Robert Burland

(313) 356-5000

PHONE (313) 626-8220

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT • INVESTMENT PROPERTIES • COMMERCIAL BROKERAGE

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• 1,000-6,000 sq. ff.
• Immediate Occupancy

Franklin & Beck Roads • Southfield

From 2 Rooms to
800 sq. ft.
Two Great Locations
Great Rates

'Stop'

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REAL ESTATE

Maple Orchard Lake Road
2,3,4 Room Offices

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• Ample Parking

31313 NORTHWESTERN HWY., SUITE 216
FARMINGTON HILLS, MICHIGAN 48334

Property Management Services also available.

WEST BLOOMFIELD

REGENCY OFFICE CENTRE

• 1,000-6,000 sq. ff.

can Andre Noroyan

313-737-4400

NEW COMMERCIAL
BUILDING

305 N. Pontiac Tr., Walled Lake.
RETAIL and/or OFFICE. 800 sq. ft. to
4800 sq. ft. AVAILABLE "NOW”
669-6434

FARMINGTON HILLS On Orchard Lake Rd.

We present all properties that fit your re-
quirements. Then . . . we explain it all, so
you can fairly compare.

FISCHER

LIVONIA Farmington Rd. at Eight Mile

MEDICAUPROFESSIONAL Space Avail-
able. Lowest rates, Great Location. From
1,080 sq. ft.

FARMINGTON HILLS 10 Mile Rd. Just W of

Grand River

REAL ESTATE

THIS SPACE IS
RESERVED
FOR YOUR AD!

RETAIL SPACE For Lease. 2,052 sq. ft. Ex-
cellent exposure! 2,600 sq. ft. Rear location.

31340264000

Great rate!

Office • Medical •Retail

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MEDICAUGENERAL OFFICE Space for
lease. From $7.50 per sq. ft. Gross.

CERTIFIED REALTY, INC. 4717100

New Navigational Unit Developed At Technion

Haifa — Research in
miniature, low-cost naviga-
tion technology at the depart-
ment of aerospace engineer-
ing of the Technion - Israel In-
stitute of Technology has led
to the development of an in-
novative autonomous naviga-
tion system, unprecedented in
miniaturization performance
and reliability.
News of the breakthrough
appeared in the latest edition
of the Technion Hebrew
publication Mabatechnion.
Called "Sundstrand Coriolis
Inertial Rate/Acceleration
Senaor (SCIRAS)," the device
is 10 times smaller and
lighter than current
autonomous navigation sys-
smaller than a ten-
tems
nis ball and only 140 grams



in weight — at substantially
less cost than that of current-
ly used systems.
In the area of accuracy, the
SCIRAS is "state-of-the-art"
for navigation of planes, and
exceeds the performance of
current systems for missile
navigation.
The device is smaller than
a tennis ball — only 10 per-
cent in volume of currently
used systems. Its developers,
Sundstrand Data Control Inc.
in the United States, consider
it a technological break-
through. They have demon-
strated that it is competitive
with state-of-the-art systems
in accuracy and is superior to
current systems for missile
navigation
Autonomous navigation of

aircraft, which does not re-
quire external communica-
tion — especially for
miniature aircraft like
pilotless planes which de-
mand small size, weight, and
low cost, yet high accuracy
and reliability — has been a
continuing challenge to
aerospace engineers around
the world.
For several years the
research had been carried out
in the flight control
laboratory of the Technion. In
1982, the head of the lab,
Prof. Shmuel Merhav,
published an article in the
AIAA Journal of Guidance
and Control in which he
outlined a new concept which
eliminates many expensive
components, lowering costs

while providing high ac-
curacy and long product life.
As a result of the article, an
agreement was reached bet-
ween Sundstrand and the
Technion for developing the
prototype.
Recent tests have shown

that the new navigation
system will close a serious
gap in current military and
civilian aviation needs.

SDC plans to begin
marketing the device within
the next year.

Scud Missile On Display

Tel Aviv (JTA) — An in-
tact Scud missile, one of the
39 fired at Israel from
western Iraq during the Per-
sian Gulf war, went on
public display during In-
dependence Day celebra-
tions.
The Scud may very well be
the one that scored a direct
hit on a three-story apart-

.

ment building in the Tel
Aviv area. The missile
slammed through the roof
and three floors of apart-
ments. It came to rest in a
ground-floor shop but failed
to explode.
Though the building was
badly damaged, there were
no casualties. Area residents
were in shelters at the time.

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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