FCC Auctions Offer Opportunity For Smail
Businesses, Women and Minorities to Enter
} The FCC ha* made available
X- v c I aJ benefits lor minorities. women
and small businesses who txarticipaic
ia its upcoming Spectrum Auctmns of
licenses for narrowband Peisuual
Communications Service 1PCS1 and
Interactive Video Data Service
?IVDS) The narrowband PCS
includes opportunities for advanced
voice paying. two-wav
acknowledgment paging, data
f me^d^iug and both one-way and two
? way messaging and facsimile. IVDs
' could include home hanking home
shopping, educational and pay-per
vies programming andotber television
viewer interaction services
Specific benefits along with other
information about the first two auction
events for late July will be explained
at an informational seinuiar on June t>
at ICalorama Studios '6th And
kalonunastreets.N W Washington
D C A V a.in session will cover the
narrowband PCS auction procedures
and a 2 p.m session will covet the
IVDS auction procedures Reed
I Hundt. chairman of the FCC w ill be
the opening speaker for both seminars
Space is limited, so reservations are
required in advance hv callinv 202
637-^221 or faxing 202-6.^ *222
FCC's preferences toi minorities
women and small businesses include
A government sponsored
installment payment piogram which
is available to qualified -.mail
businesses ou certain IVDS licenses
Bidding Credits of 25 percent
which are available to minorities or
women vhi certain bceutes A httng
credit allows the bidder to pny 25
percent less than the amount of its
ancesstul high bid 'If a bidder is
both a -mall business and minority
woman owned business, it can obtain
installment financing and use bidding
ctedits *Hh certain licenses t
Tax enitkaies are available u>
investor- u. minontv and women
owned licenses on certain licenses
The ? xo.-eparate auctions. Juh 24
through 2V will mark the first time
the toiiuni.wioo will use auctmus to
license .pectrum There will be 10
nationwide licenses for PSC and
approximately 600 licenses for IV DS
A simultaneous multiple-round
auction will be conducted for
narrow baud K 'S licenses beginning
July 25 it tlse Omni Shoteham Hotel
in Washington. DC Registration
"euuirenients include a short form
application due l-nday. Juiv I and a
minimum op-front bid deposit of
S350.00O due bv Monday. July 11
The IVDS is a new shun distance
communications service The IVDS
licenses will be awarded using an
open ouur. auction format on Julv 2h
and 2*tai the i)mni shore ham Hotel in
W asluiiciun D C The FCC short form
license applicatioti is due by Monday
June 2" and at least one .asliier's
.heck in the aniouni of 52.400 is
nequiren on auction dav
For tutihei intormation on eittiei
of the auctions, call 1202 i 632-FCCI
ot tax i202? 637-FC'C2
| InRemembranceof ^
Laughing, Smiling. Talking. L rying.
Thai was all his time was buying
I remember the phone call saying lie didn t make it
I remember the pain and I still can t take it
They said it was just his tune to leave. . -
That's a fact I didn't want to believe
I would do all I could to get his life back.
It's his beautiful smile that we all lack
I miss HIS glowing happv face,
the one that no one can ever replace
I feel so bad. you re probably wondering wiiv
It's just the simple fact that I never said
His death has left us in such deep sorrow
But we've got to realize there s no promise tor tomorrow
It Penny Uxendine
Pembroke Middle Schools Holds
Academic Awards Banquet
On May 26. IV94 Pembroke
Middle School in conjunction with
the PTA held an academic award?
banquet at 6:00 pm AU sixth, seventh
aad eighth grade students who had
made the honor roll four out fiva times
this school year wet* preeteied a
trophy or certificate for academic
excellence or extra effort Parents were
special guest Approximated 450
students, parents, and faculty were ui
Mr Alpbonao Met rae was guest
speaker, and special entertainment was
Ms Eustacia Lowry Dinnei waa
prepared by school cafeteria staff
Sixth grade winners uerc as
follows Jordan Alexander Chavis.
lessie James Locldear. Rachel \hn
Simmons. Chasity Campbell. Elliot
C Lowry. Tonya N Lowry Amber
Chavis. Telusha Freeman. Tyechia
lanes. Monica Houser. Jessica beeae.
Kaleen Deese Addie Locklear
Christina Locklear. Charmaine
Brooks. Dakota Chavis-Legerton.
Sherry Locklear. Ina Lowry Am\
Lockleai. Tashina Dawn Harris
Austin Lance Maynor. Shelly Komta
Strickland. .Allison Love. Jeremv
Powell. Thomas Brewington. >tai
Cope land. Chasity Jacobs. Raymond
Thompson Franuie Lockleai
Roderick McMillian. Brian Clothier
Lester Lockleai. Alton Hams. Mark
Adams. Eric Locklear. Megan icon.
Ryan Davis. Brooke Locklear
Seventh Grade winners Kristin
lohnson. Chris Conner. Rachel
V asquez. Erika Revels. Eric Lockleai
Tina Rorlners Starie I own losh
Locklear. Crystal Jones. Timoth;
Haggin. Marx Beth Brooks. Elliot
Chavis. Jason Goodwin. Sedina
Locklear. Steve F Locklear. Jaines
Stephens. Edward Lockleai. Patrick
Collins. Kiley Hunt. Olivia Lockleai
April Thomikuo. Tbursdae Locklear.
Sahara I ncllm. Roy RevetTmaata
Oxendtne vmv Cartel Chris
Lockleai Ken.* Lockleai Wwa
Strickland. 'tud\ Chavts Btilie i?
Dial Dorotln Hani Amanda
Lockleai. lime Barton. Uillv
Hammonds Jem iatoh? Amanda
McGhi. Mark Locklear Jessica Diauu.
Brandy I) Locklear. Gaul ummnyis
Heat hie i ( artei. Debra Raason.
Elizabeth I vner. Sbeena Campbell.
Heater Locklear. Laioy* Mcintosh,
samantha Oxendtne. Crystal
Strickland. lracv Jacobs. Veronica
Hatchet April Locklear. Kathenne
'batman. Hope Bullard. Jordoo
Sampson, fames Allan Oxendtne
Bobb\ fa vim Selena Lockleai.
Ashlev vlfred. John Lerma. Andrea
Green. Beniamin B Brewington.
Adneiun. Chaw*. Narley Cummiugs.
Bradiev Marshal Locklear kaktsha
Loan lusttn P Sweti. lasltn Smith.
Daniel ka> Uxeadine. Emily Evans.
Ashletgh Johnson. Amanda Oxendtne.
Rebecca Pou ei C'Italics Chavts. Jaime
Oxendtne. t onfv Hammonds, felisha
Locklear. Katie Hunt. Jason Fields.
Justin Lowers. Rachel Blue, kresa
Cummtngs Nicholas Dimery. A. Brett
Lowrv t rvsul Allen. Jessica Bell.
Millie Jacobs. Ala Locklear, Courtnev
Sampson kennan Collins. Richard
Oxendtne Mvles Brewmgtuu. Billte
lo Brook> Amanda Oxendtne.
Lakisha vcu*. James Mcutn. Jennifer
Hunt. Iiristuphet Lowrv lohn
Mitchell Brandon Sampson. Tom
? havi> laxoa Hunt Beatrice
Eighth cnade Winners: Rhtannon
chavts-Legerton. Bess Gonzalez.
Tonya Hunt Manda Hunt. Angela
Jackson Monica Jacobs. Amy
Lockleai Pamela Locklear. Dawn
Oxendine. Austin Tvndall. Liza
MitcheiljNicholc Morrtax. Detdra
Revets. CWvoadi Ptghct. Mr Inks
iamb Locklear. Cauda a Jones. Chad
Deese. Gtoru Biavboy, Cindy
MiKkUiki Donna BnUanL Wiiiuun
H Hunt. hnsti Jooea,Chad Lockiaar.
Roland Williams, Tanya Scon.
Richard McRae. Tamer Lowery.
Denim Lowery. Hartena Woman.
Terra Sanderson. Rhonda Jones.
W aliens Jacobs. Tony Diet. Jaaoo
Chavis. Saiulv Sampson. Michael
Bray bo v Charles Jones. Erica
Locklem. Chisa Wainwnghi. Nafcia
Wilkins, Alisha Jones. Stephanie
f lark. Keiussa Bird, MaHhewDimery.
Bridget Hunt, James Jaoobs. Shanna
Jones. Jonathan Locklear. Cheooa
Maynor. Yannia Moore, Myia Revels.
Desmond McCoy. Heather Bowen.
Lawanda Brewer. MicheaJ Bui lard
Alicia Chavis. Rose Chavis. Brock
i;Kobs Bridget Locklear. Melissa
locklear. Amber Melton. Victoria
Smith. Liseanne Fedor. William
Harris. Christy Jacobs. Christina
Morris. Christopher Lowrv. Amanda
Hatcher. Jessica Collins. Robin
t dwards Ranada Lynn Jones. Tanya
D Jones. Kendra Locklear. Tina Marie
Locklear. Errs Nizhone Lowery
Dorothy N McNeill. Luisa C
Martinez. Telisha L Oxendine.
Natalie Pierce, Daniel Sampson.
Manuel Jacobs. Billy Ray Recz. Brian
lames Locklear. Adrian Jacobs. La
shauna Deese. Lillie Johnson. Tonys
i ambert. C.J Locklear. Jeri L
Locklear. Ryan C Locklear. Stephanie
I tvr(clear l ist K I nwrv lammi I
Lowry. Millicent Maynor. Ashleigh
Mitchell. Renoda Cummings. JaneUe
Filmore. Germ tine Page. Shanna
Jones. Natasha Cummings. Terry
Clark. Dwight Lowery. Charon Blue,
Brandy Locklear. Cailiita Jacobs, Lsel
Locklear. Martin K. Hammonds.
The weekly mnttinii eras teeM M
'fKSJJSS , ^atiMr
Charles Gray of "the Beavet
Management Control Prouram TW
liuc t*t>vrani i; luBtairu Bruu>*i< r
( oluintMis iidee. Robesoi ..t.
l*i* >f Agriculture sponsors the
ptogiam Thepnvate owner mud Ate
a complaint . Tnereisa tee charged fot
the work of the exterminator or the
pilot program caa he done bythe land
>wner himself if tic desires. The feet*
$6 .25 per hour for 40 hours then up to
5 15 00 pet hour after thai It takes up
to 15 hours to remove the average
It depends on how long the Denver*
have been there. Their fortsvaluable
But somehow it ia worth just $2 00
spring planting time is a critical time
for farmers as flooding caused by
beavers over the winter can result m
tractor accident* As of March II at
147 private and Dept of
Transportation sites hnve 723 beavers
removed. 100 dams removed by
explosives an average of 76 dollars
per sue An impending loss of an
estimated S 143.000 ut timbst was
avoided Plus crops roadwav
maintenance, flooded home* sewer
systems and landscape plantings
Twenty four landowners reported
S8V.O0O losses to beavers the
preceding vear The DOT spent
$331,667 in |W3 tor state wide
roadway maintenance due to beaver
2.157 acres were restored on
private and public lands for natural
drainage The Beaver Management
Assistance Pilot program expenditures
from Nov 1.1903 to Marti 1st l?PM
was $63,064. Seventeen private and
DOT personnel were given training in
beaver damage cootrtN work. Mr Gtey
gave a very informative lecture of
damage extension the busv beaver
Song leader. Ed Teets. Prayer.
Clay Mavuor; Reporter. Ken Johnson
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