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r The~Ma!akoff News, Thursday: Feb. !9,19.81-'-1~ By BOB GUILIANO Communications Cam- Robert E. Lee said in that the FCC seeks to American Telephone and (AT&T) "to be in the Led) business, them a monopoly." FCC begins to deregulate the businesses that have been known as "telephone into fields such of news and in- Businesses already in those Such as newspapers, contend have ready ac- ough telephone lines were installed while the company was still a was interviewed at a reception him and his wife Saturday role as guest speaker Creek Lake Chamber of The reception was held at Gibbs' Ranchito del Lago and the banquet was at the Cedar Creek Country Club. The FCC's recent "Computer lI Inquiry" decision, under appeal by the American Newspapers Publishers Association (ANPA), permits AT&T to go into additional communications- related business activities through a separate subsidiary. AT&T and Southwestern Bell will test this decision with a home-information experiment they plan to launch this June in Austin. The telephone company will install video units in selected homes in Austin and then provide ad- vertising information to those homes. The information will travel over telephone lines to the video display unit. The experiment is designed in part to determine consumer and advertiser attitudes towards such a video.tex system. The Texas Daily Newspaper Association (TDNA) has filed a formal complaint with the Public Utilities Commission about the experiment. Lee said that the FCC's decision "asserted jurisdiction over com- puterized data communications...Any new service that AT&T goes into, it must file a tariff with us - a tariff means what they're going to charge for the service. The tariff goes into effect unless the FCC sets it for a hearing. In effect, we do have jurisdiction over anything they go into." Lee also commented on why the decision is ambiguous: "Any order as complex as Computer II Inquiry almost necessarily is ambiguous, and in some cases may be deliberately so. It becomes a process of appealing to the courts. Over a period of years, after deliberations, the courts clarify what those provisions mean." Lee explained why AT&T would have to establish a separate subsidiary: "They have to set up another company, which they may own. But that is so they cannot subsidize a new service through the telephone user and have the tele.phone user pay for it and thereby block competition. "AT&T would own all the stock in the subsidiary, keep separate records, and have a separate beard of directors. It would be a complete division, except the profits, if there are any, ultimately go to AT&T." Lee delved into how a Supreme Court decision, in a case started locally by Tom Carter, opened the door to the concept of attaching electronic gadgetry, including computers, to telephones. This has been described as a multi-billion dollar industry, ac- cording to Lee. "That was forbidden before that court decision, " Lee said. "AT&T had a complete monopoly and could say who could go on that line because of claims of possible interference or electrical harm to people. "That has proved not to be the case. We have certain standards of the type of equipment that may be used. Anyone with a new invention who goes into business has to file the electronic specifications with us. These must meet certain guidelines to protect people from harm." About proposed telecommunications deregulation on the federal level, Lee said "there's a mood in Washington, particularly with the Reagan ad- ministration, to get the government out of business as much as possible. "As far as the FCC is concerned, I think we detected the mood of the country before the new adnlinistration. We've been going down that line. You can look for more and more withdrawal from business practices of the federal government." Lee added that withdrawals will be expedited by budget limitations that the new administration puts on. "They will cut our budget so we can do less things; that will help further deregulation," he said. :i:i$ !!iiil ,:..... o.. ,.%%. Robert E. Lee By BOB GUILIANO Brown was named Citizen of at the Cedar Creek Lake of Commerce's Annual y night. was presented with a Elton Bomer, State 14th district, who as an "outstanding con- said that Mrs. Brown has a of activity and dedicated the lake community .... She a director for six years - three-year terms - and volunteered her time and i Projects. has been active in the foundation, city business associations, to Bomer. She is also serving ualization Board in the School District. the Miss Cedar right away, it will be available to the public in two years," Lee said. "My guess is it'll take us a year or more - we'll have a lot of discussion on this before we make a decision. I'm saying it'll be about 3 to 3~/2 years before this new technology will appear." A question was asked about the FCC's stand on protecting radio and TV stations so they won't disappear. In respbnse, Lee remarked that "under current law, we are forbidden to cen- sor. We have taken the position of hoping the market place will take care of this. We alI want entertainment; whether or not it will take another form, I don't know. "I do not see us protecting stations to the extent that we take government action to keep them on the air. If people support them, they will stay on the air." In' another speech, new Chamber Pageant and has with Tarrant County on obtaining land and Chdmber Isle," the said. at the banquet Reagan giving a gift Henderson County r giving a check for of women representing Creek Bflsiness and Women's Club, on behalf County Memorial Carter a cer- from the House a plaque to Robert E. of the Federal Cam- Commission, who was the banquet. on the concept of directly into within 3 years from prospect as far as -~ concerned," Lee said. "It feasible, but there are eros. This will find itself in service. Broadcasting a satellite doesn't need land lines across the will buy ad- on the satellite; local that the FCC has an ap- bus ness to engage in this t pay basis. Programming roadcasted directly into and they would pay a President Tom Finley emphasized that chamber members participate in ac- tivities planned by the chamber. "Some of them are of a social nature," he said. "But they serve a purpose - providing a forum for people to get together and discuss the purposes of this organization. And this also serves as the all-important fund-raising func- tion." Finley added that this year the chamber will "take initiative in working with cities in the chamber service area and with the chambers of commerce in surrounding com- munities. We'll establish common goals for the betterment of the Cedar Creek Lake community and work to ac- complish those goals. "I urge you to be with use and support us in 1981. I promise the chamber will work for you." approves this concept ,iG Coureee of continuing education County Junior College changes in 1981: that have been cancelled inating World of and Advanced Cake in Palestine; PreNatal Supply Attendant, and Workshop for Co- Skills for L.V.N. 's not be offered on Feb. 16 but persons interested continuing education information about a of the registration two classes has been an- art: Pre-registration until Monday, noon. If minimum registrations for be accepted the Tuesday, Feb. 17 at 7 ) of the fine arts campus. deeorat/~ (Athens) class in beginning course has been Feb. 17, at 7 p.m. is recommended by ). 16 in order for class supply list before will meet from 7- Center on Park !Znay be accomplished at education, F, from 8 a.m. to 675-6212 MILLIE BROWN was named Citizen of the Year by the Cedar Creek Lake Chamber of Commerce Saturday night. Making the presentation is State Representative EIton Bomer. The featured speaker at the banquet was FCC chairman Robert E. Lee. (Staff Photo by Bob Guiliano) TOM FINLEY'gave a speech as he took over the reins of leadership of the Cedar Creek Lake Chamber of Commerce. Finley, the new president succeeding Tom Carter, addressed the members of the chamber in attendance at their Annual Banquet held last Saturday night at the Cedar Creek Country Club. (Staff photo) Call 489,0531 Notices and personal 1 LOOK! Offering: Man!cure (hot oil) - $4.S0; Pedicure- $15; Sculptured naih $25. Nancy - 489-0~69. (Lespa's) - 675-1577, Real Estate For Sale 4 3 BEDROOM BRICK, Hillcrest Circle, Malakoff, $49,500. STAR HARBOR 2-2 BRICK, Jenair, Microwave, ]acuzzi, WBFP. MOBILE HOMES & LOTS 16' wide 2-2 dble garageS20,500 3-1% very nice ....... $22,000 For Sale Miscellaneous 9 WE BUY and sell new and used saddles and tack. Custom leather work by order. Oonnie Hustead. Custom Leather Work g Saddle Repair, Hwy. 31 east, Malakoff, 489- 18'24. COMPLETELY customized Cushman golf cart. Must see to appreciate. Call Dan Royall, Jr. at 489-0520 and after 5:~0 4~k1163. USED7.PI~eLIVINGROOM SU~E, sofa. choir. 3tables. 21amps-$299.~ " WEFINANCE FURNITURE CENTER 220 EAST HWY, 31 M~I,~KOFF 489-0510 Services 15 Available Dora Peebles Trinidad KAY Pets and Kennels 18 OLD ENGLISH Sheepdag puppies f~ sale. Full blood, no papers, $35. P'o~ Gray, 778-2126. Had both~rents, Livestock 19 ' HEREFORD BULL SALE Sat., Feb. 28, 1981, 12:00 Noon WlNONA, TEXAS Branch Valley Ranch Invitational S~Ia Selling 42 teGistorad Hereford bulls, in- cluding 14 herd bull prospects conmtin| of 3 yL aids, 7-Z yr. aids, 3-1one yearlinD; 28 ranle bulls of exr~lhln! 2-1 GOOD DEAL ...... $10,000 Help Wanted 12 dis.... HOUSI gO~ [itj ' __ the Summers Ranch of 2, re,stured" = Available catalog and mfmmation contact Gatlll Ingrain, sate manaGar/auctionteor, or Billie Taaffe Ray Ranch, owner, Branch Vail. Ranch, ............ 2430 Woodhaven Drive. Tyler, Tx. 75701. 489-1858 489-1238 e elralneR'i [linl:a 1 to =uololiQO ~"~070 3324.Home: 214/566"0060' Ranch: 214/$77" Gbrden.tanefora 1 .,., ...... , B-- I1--_~e ~ HELP WANTED - Experienced cJeoner Ji Itealzors | g presser, Holiday Cl~necs, 416-A S, I ~ont: VIRG~ L ORR ~1-2~5 I Palestine. 675-7022. ....... ...... m~|||i""i'|il||'||ll~ NE-[DA }O'i"N~ an employee9 First Employment Agency, 106 South flllllllllllllllllllllll[ 3 HOUSES IN STAR HARBOR Pinkerton, Athens, 675-9269. 3,R..lbathframe. ................................................ Enlow': Mid-City Salva ' 3 SR..i bath. CH&A, Work Wanted " 13 l 3 BR.-2 bath, all the extras Trinidad. HAVE LARGE ACREAGE for sale some with minerals. Geo. Quinn 240 LB. ROOFING, SECONDS .............................. $17,99 & UP 240 LB. METRIC ROOFING, SECONDS ........................... $19.95 ROLL ROOFING ........................................... $10,00 Will mow yards. ,ELT, 3O LB. OR IS LO ....................................... $,00 I YARD TRIMMING WORK ,ARoeoRRo SIDING, 4'X 8' PRIMERED .......................... $93 ALUMINUM ROOf COATING, 5 GALS ............................. $28.00 AgO 1.'107 PLYWOOD ......... 3/8"....$6.50; 1/2"....$7,50; 5/8".,,.$10.00; 3/4",,.,$12.00 "~,'. "qr ~,. II 1% MILES EAST 0F SEVEN 1 Realty , ,0,,,s0.,,0.w.. 4: I OFFICE SASYSmlNG done in my home, ave, NIGH I one year old, Monday-Friday, 489- e MON.-FRI. 8-5:30; SUN. 9.1; SAT. 8-4. II 489.1820 489-1154| o335 Illlllllll IIIIIIIIIIEE Ken Ferris-489-1699 I ~~m~-~'-~e/3c~ ~ut-h Terry St. Fq'~:)ne 489-0144, Virginia Dukes. Real Estate For Rent 5 Business Opportunities 14 FOR LEASE: Clean, carpeted, three- OWN your own Jean Shop: Go direct room office building on N. Terry. Call - no middleman, no salesman's fee. 489-0502afferSp.m, Offering all the natiormlly known .................................................... brands such as Jordache, Vanderbilt, NOW LEASING = Calvin Klein. S~l~ieid, Levfs and over 70 other brands, $15,500 in- cludes beginning inventory, aidare T0wnview ~OtS. for one to our national warehouse, Malakoff Ann Bailey," m~Y, Promotions.training' fixtures and GrandLoughlinOpening Ca, Mr o, COURIER Call day or night Mademoiselle Fashions, 612-835- 1304. 489-0048 Unfurnished ..................................................... ----" OWN YOUR OWN highly profitable Mobile Homes 6 and beoutifuJ infant to pre-teen shop. Mademoiselle Fashions offers this 3 BEDROOM, 1% bath mobiJe home unique opportunity. Brand names for rent, 489-0512. such as Health Tax, BiJty the Kid, Sassoon, Calvin Klein and many other Automotive 7 major brands. $16.500.00 includes 1979 beginning inventory, fixtures and MUSTANG training. Call Mr, Laughlin any time at FOR SALE: 1967 Chevrolet truck, 612-835-1204Ext. 7. green with black wide steel body side moldings, body in good condition, Classified Ads Sell Good tires, standard transmission, $,500. Call 489-0531 Molokoff or 675- CALL 489-053 l ~ ni~.~thens Lake. For Sale Miscellaneous 9 Services 16 ROOF COATING and Building FOR SALE: Dresser, bicycle, odds and Maintenance Products line. South- ends. Friday and Saturday, 214 S. western Petroleum Corp., P.O. Box Te. r_r~ St. Plaza, Maiakoff. 188, Trinidad, 75163. Tom Chadwick, CUSTOM MADE quilts and quilting, sales representative,___489-__0873_2_. ........ 489.1686, 489-0827. YOUR TELEPHONE SECRETARY! 8:00 to S:O0, Monday through Friday, Professional Answering Service. Call 675-9269. i:I YOUR FRIGIDAIRE-Zenith ckmier now premiering the 1981 models. '80 .,. A,. ARRIVING DALLY used trac~-in rdrit~rotors, deep freezers, gas ranges, and dwer~. Phillips Appliance and Hardware, 20g E, Hwy. 31, Malakofl, GUN SALES and Repair, Block Powder guns and kits, Gunsmith on duty. Blue Mallard Gun Shop, 489. 00,IS. DIv. Lou's Bags& Things 47 Gun