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Thursday, April 29, J982 __ -eot- •• t.. I' \, ':' '- - • .. :x '. " - • • '8~ > ./' r\ ~ " \ '~ '~~ ~\ GROSSE POINTE NEWS A year ago, the Nonce Dance 'Ensemble was almost written off as another victim of an ecoDomy tbat is Dot kind to the arts. But today, the company Is stiU on its feet, thanks to its 'Own splrlt aDd dedluted supporters. Above. Pointer Anne Duetch (upper right), Kathleen Kelly (upper left) DeDnla East (left) and Dan Caren (right) are practicing for the group's first formal concert in more tball a year scheduled (or Tbursday and Saturday, May 6 and 8. at Wayne State Unlversi. ty'. CommuDity Arts Auditorium. Two 'new works will be premiered and the company's standard dances Toronto; Tralrslcles and Private Passion, Private Pain will be performed. Tickets are $7 general admJsslon and $6 for seniors and students with identification. For information call 771-3593. OLDCHECKI COLLECT We'll buy back your old checks when you open a new checking account wIth us. If you currently have a cheCking account at another financial , Institution and bring in your unused checks, First Federal will buy them (five cents each, UPto 100 checks) There's never been a better time to open an Interest-earning checking accou[lt at First Federal For a Iirnited time. when you open a checking account by depOsiting 5300 or more, we're offering this special incentive that maln] service. Vice President Commodi:tY Corporation COMMODITIES .. TAX SHELTERS 63 Kercheval • Grosse Pointe Farms Colonial Federal Bldg. (Lower Level) (313) 884-3134 We are pleased to announce that ROBERT B~POGUE .has jOined our corporation n iGdde~peabOdY & CO. tNCOIPOltATiD r."~A,A 1"5 M,m&t" N", York IHtd ItmtritJl1f St~{K &''=liI"J:1J 1330 i1uhl Building, Detroit, MI 48226 , Telep~one:(3_13) 964~9800 _ New York Boston Philadelphia Chicago San francisco tos Angele. AtlaRta Dallas Kansas City and over so additional offiee. worldwide R NTAID us. So If you've been waiting until you've used up all your old checksto switch your checking account. stop in soon and open an ,nterest-earning checking account at First Federal It's in your Interest-now more than ever ~ FIRS"!ain~~~~nM~!!pQ~J~~JROIT GROSSE POINTE 633 NOTRE DAME near Kercheval 882-7697' ST. CLAIR SHORES 21800 GREATER MACK near SLJoan 777.9450 HARPER WOODS . 19601 VERNIER at Beaconsfield across from Eastland 881-9300 \,

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