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THE GRIDLEY HERALD & SHOPPING NEWS - Wednesday, June 11, !980 Fair entertainment is planned really unique entertain- been lined up for the 41st Colusa County Fair which Thursday, June 12 for a run. and Friday, Gun- rock-n-roll country quar- be singing and perform- the fair. This is a new of musicians and no reflect just one sound but all the music of North as is verified by their song features songs by the of the Pioneers, by the by the Beach Boys as well of their own selec- and other outstanding western and country artists. The western oriented quartette from Chico features vocal har- mony, with steel guitars, drums, fiddle, banjo, and bass. Members of the group are Cliff Mickelson, David Devoll, J.B. Keator, and Terry Davison. This group will be playing background music for the Miss Colusa County Pageant on the opening night. Check the fair schedule and don't miss a perfor- mance of this group. All four days of the fair, June 12-15 the Two Party t.ine will be presenting musical entertainment and song. The girls have entertain- ed extensively in the Far East and New Film Series: Heart Assn. "Advances in Cardio- logy in Northern Cali- fornia" will highlight the June 19 Annual Meetil;g and Awards Banquet of the Butte- Glenn Heart Associa- lion. Those members of the public interested ill at- tending are asked to make dinner reservations by June 15 at tile Heart office, 1372 Longfellow Ave., or by phoning 342-4247. June 23rd thru June 27th (Monday thru Friday) 7:00 p.m. Nightly EPISODES - ONE HOUR EACH "Abortion of the Human Race" "Slaughter of the Innocents" "Death by Someone's Choice" "The Basis for Human Dignity" "Truth and History" In stunning visual form the series ex- intellectually, emotionally, and ar- questions and answers devel- within. PRESENTED DURING OUR Christian Family Institute 8RIDLEY Hazel & Washington Streets Phone 846-4002 . FREE ADMISSION. ' ABORTION is legal and safe when provided in a clinic setting with qualified personnel. Chico Feminist Women's Health Center, a non-profit women controlled clinic, provides pregnancy screening and abortion services on a sliding scale, based on a woman's ability :to pay, or on Medi-Cal. For more information on pregnancy screening, abortions, our self help ~linic, and speakers' bureau, call us. Chieo Feminist Women's Health Center Women's Choice Clinic 330 W. Flume, Chico . Telephone 891-1911 have a tremendous show featuring all kinds of music - the standards, pop tunes, blues, and spirituals and country western. And they are self accompanied with guitar, bass and rhythm instruments. Specially for the kids but enter- taining for all that are young ill heart will be Ken Carter and his puppets. Ken and his friends will be on stage at the Little Theatre Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Also on Thursday, Friday and Saturday to delight the kids will be Wacky Willie with his magic tricks, funny antics and fun-filled con- tests. Check the fair program and make sure you don't miss one act of the free entertainment at the four day Colusa County Fair, June 12-15. Youth Choir is Friday The Concord Youth Choir will play in the Gridley Presbyterian Church sanctuary on Friday, June 13, at 7:30 p.m. The public is in- vited to attend. The 45 voices of the High School-College Choir of the First Presbyterian Church, Concord, California, has been in existence since 1972. During those years, they have served their own congrega- tion by leading worship as the prin- cipal choir at least once a month as well as performing on many special occasions for their church. Each year they also prepare and perform a musical. It is first presented for their morning worship services, then taken on a tour. They have traveled as far as the state of Washington. Ken Medema's "The Gather- ing," has been selected for this year. This musical expresses in a most meaningful way what the chur :h is and the purposes it serves. As a sightless person, Ken Medema brings to his music and texts insights and sensitivities that speak to persons of all ages and backgrounds. Jerry Smith has been involved in church music over the last 25 l}ears, and has been director of music for Concord's First Pres- byterian Church since 1972. PG&E customers to receive refunds on utility bills Customers of Pacific Gas and Electric Company are getting a break on their natural gas and elec- tric bills this month. The break is in the form of refunds to customers totaling ap- proximately $75.5 million. The refunds will be shown as credits on most customer bills in June. The average refund per residen- tial customer will be $6.78 for natural gas and $1.35 for electri- city. The refund stems from a 1979 California Supreme Court decision that overturned a 1977 California Public Utilities Commission order. In that order, the CPUC directed that refunds made to PG&E pri- marily from its Southwest gas sup- plier, be applied to offset future rate increases rather than be passed on directly to customers, as had been done previously in similar cases. A number of large customers who had switched to alternate fuels objected, saying the CPUC order deprived them of the benefits refunds to which they were en- , titled. The Supreme Court ulti-: mately supported their position. The total amount reflects money actually refunded to PG&E plus interest accumulated on those:i funds since they were received. Generally, the formula for determining the amount of the re-] fund per household is based on the total energy use during the prev- ious 12 months a customer has oc- cupied a dwelling. / 2 2, THE NEW LOOK OF COMPACT TRACTOR PERFORMANCE... 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