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                           Before the
                Federal Communications Commission
                     Washington, D.C. 20554

In the Matter of                   )    File No. EB-00-TS-027
Page-A-Phone, Inc.                 )    NAL/Acct. No.  X20EF0018 
Licensee of Stations WRV927 & WXR916    )
Cookeville, Tennessee                   )

     Adopted:  August 7, 2001           Released:    August   10, 


By the Commission:

     1.   In this Order, we dismiss the May 24, 2001  application 

for review filed by Page-A-Phone, Inc. ("Page-A-Phone"), licensee 

of Stations WRV927 and WXR916, of the Forfeiture Order1 issued by 

the Enforcement Bureau in  this proceeding.  Pursuant to  Section 

503(b) of  the  Communications Act  of  1934, as  amended  (``the 

Act'')2, and  Section  1.80  of  the  Commission's  Rules  (``the 

Rules'') the Enforcement Bureau  found Page-A-Phone liable for  a 

monetary forfeiture in the amount of $1,500 for willful violation 

of Section 1.949 of the Rules by failing to file license  renewal 

applications for paging Stations WRV927  and WXR916 prior to  the 

expiration of the authorizations for the stations.  

     2.   The Forfeiture  Order  issued in  this  proceeding  was 

released on November  3, 2000. Pursuant   to Section 1.115(d)  of 

the Rules, Page-A-Phone had 30 days, ending on December 4,  2000, 

to file its application for review of the Forfeiture Order.   The 

Commission did not receive Page-A-Phone's application for  review 

until May 24, 2001.  Page-A-Phone offers no explanation as to why 

it could not file  its application for  review within the  30-day 

filing period.  Therefore, Page-A-Phone's application for  review 

is dismissed because it was not timely filed.  
                        ORDERING CLAUSES

     3.   ACCORDINGLY, IT IS  ORDERED that,  pursuant to  Section 

1.115(d) of the Rules, 47 C.F.R. за1.115(d), Page-A-Phone, Inc.'s 

application for  review  of  the Forfeiture  Order  for  NAL  No. 


     4.   IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that, pursuant to Section  503(b) 

of the Act, 47 U.S.C. за503(b), and Section 1.80 of the Rules, 47 

C.F.R. за1.80,  Page-a-Phone, Inc.  must pay  the amount  of  one 

thousand five hundred dollars ($1,500) within thirty (30) days of 

the release date of this Order.  Payment may be made by check  or 

money order, drawn  on a U.S.  financial institution, payable  to 

the Federal Communications Commission.3  The remittance should be 

marked ``NAL Acct.  No. X20EF0018'' and  mailed to the  following 


               Federal Communications Commission
               P.O. Box 73482
               Chicago, Illinois 60673?7482

Forfeiture penalties not paid within  30 days may be referred  to 

the U.S.  Attorney for  recovery in  a civil  suit. 47  U.S.C.  з 

     5.   IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that  a copy of this Order  shall 

be sent by certified  mail, return?receipt requested, to  Page-A-

Phone,  Inc.,  Attn:  Austin  L.  Stinnett,  207  Reagan  Street, 

Cookeville, TN 38501.
                              FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION


                              Magalie Roman Salas

     1  Page-A-Phone, Inc., 15 FCC Rcd 21932 (Enf. Bur. 2000).
     2  47 U.S.C. за503(b).    

     3  Payment  of  the   forfeiture  in  installments  may   be 
considered as a separate matter in accordance with Section 1.1914 
of the Rules, 47 C.F.R. з 1.1914.  Requests for installment plans 
should be  mailed to:  Chief,  Revenue &  Receivables  Operations 
Group, 445 Twelfth Street, S.W., Washington, DC 20554.