FCC Record, Volume 5, No. 14, Pages 3902 to 4380, July 2 - July 13, 1990 Page: 3,976
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Federal Communications Commission Record
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128. Anderson individually owns 400 shares of preferred,
non-voting stock in Atlantic City Community
Broadcasting, Inc. (Atlantic City), an applicant for FM
Channel 297BI (FCC File No. BPH-870826ME) at Atlantic
City, New Jersey. That case is presently in the hearing
phase. (MM Docket No. 88-433). GCBI Ex. 2, p. 1.
Should the application for GCBI for a new FM facility at
Goodlettsville be granted, Anderson will divest his interest
in Atlantic City and sever all connections with that corporation.
129. Anderson is currently the General Sales Manager
of WEZI(AM/FM) in Memphis and Germantown, Tennessee.
In his direct case exhibits, Anderson has pledged
to resign his employment position and sever all connections
with WEZI(AM/FM) if the application of GCBI is
granted. Id. at 1-2.
130. In GCBI's application as originally filed, Anderson
reported in Exhibit No. 2 he was General Manager and
General Sales Manager of two stations in New Orleans.
and stated he would resign from those positions "and
relocate to Goodlettsville and operate and manage the
new facility on a full-time, 40 or more hours per week
basis." Tr. 165. In August 1988 GCBI's application was
amended to show that Anderson had taken a position
with WEZI(AM/FM). The amendment did not explicity
state that Anderson would sever his connections with
WEZI. D.G. Ex. 8. However, it has been ruled that Anderson's
earlier pledge of divestment reflected in his application
encompassed his later employment. Tr. 165-171.
131. GCBI proposes to install emergency power
generators at both the studio and transmitter sites. GCBI
Ex. 5. p. 1.
LINDSEY CHRISTIAN BROADCASTING COMPANY
Ownership Structure and Control
132. Lindsey Christian Broadcasting Company (LCB) is
the business name for a tenancy by the entireties consisting
of Faye B. Lindsey and Rudy A. Lindsey, husband
and wife. Lindsey Ex. 1.
Faye B. Lindsey
133. Mrs. Lindsey proposes to be the full-time (40 or
more hours per week) General Manager of LCB's
Goodlettsville station. Her duties would be substantially
the same as those she presently performs at WWGM,
Nashville, with an additional emphasis on sales and public
relations. As General Manager of WWGM since 1981,
Mrs. Lindsey has been in charge of the day-to-day operation
of the station, including setting all station policies.
hiring and firing personnel, sales, and assuring the station's
compliance with all federal and local laws and
regulations. Upon the grant of LCB's application Mrs.
Lindsey would resign her position at WWGM so she
could fulfill her integration commitment. Lindsey Ex. 2.
134. Local Residency. Mrs. Lindsey has been a resident
of the greater Nashville metropolitan area from her birth
in 1941 until the present, with the exception of 18
months when she lived in Knoxville. Tennessee. All of
Mrs. Lindsey's Nashville residences fall within LCB's proposed
1 mV/m contour. Between 1971 and 1979 Mr. and
Mrs. Lindsey lived in Goodlettsville. Id.
135. Broadcast Experience. Mrs. Lindsey's broadcast experience
dates to 1974 when she was employed by
Crawford Broadcasting Company at Radio Station
WWGM(AM), Nashville. From 1974 to 1986, she worked
at WWGM(AM) in a number of positions, including receptionist,
secretary. office manager, sales, representative,
sales manager, station manager, and general manager. Id.
136. In 1986. Mrs Lindsey and her husband formed
LCB and purchased WWGM. Since December 17, 1986,
LCB has been the licensee of WWGM and Mrs. Lindsey
has retained her position as its general manager, spending
a minimum of 40 hours per week at the station. Id.
137. In about March 1987 Mrs. Lindsey entered into an
employment contract with the licensee of Station
WHRP(AM). Portland, Tennessee. Mrs. Lindsey managed
WHRP until June 1988. Id.
138. Civic Activities. For the last nine years, Mrs.
Lindsey has been a member and Sunday school teacher at
Long Hollow Baptist Church, Hendersonville. Tennessee.
She also sings in the choir and in a ladies' ensemble.
Before moving to Hendersonville, she was a member of
Alta Loma Baptist Church, Goodlettsville, where she
served for nine years as a Sunday school teacher and was
president of the Women's Missionary Union (1975). Mrs.
Lindsey and her husband also created a young adult ministry
which they taught until 1979. She was a "Mothers
For March of Dimes" neighborhood coordinator in
Goodlettsville from 1974 to 1979. She served as Den
Mother for a Cub Scout pack in 1969 and for a Boy
Scout Troop in 1970. Id. From 1971 to 1974 Mrs. Lindsey
helped with' the Goodlettsville area Little League
Cheerleaders, of whom her daughter was a member. Id;
Tr. 1349. Her participation consisted of assisting, along
with other parents. in providing transportation and refreshments.
Tr. 1349. From 1964 to 1985 she taught on
and off in a Nashville area Vacation Bible School five
mornings a year. Tr. 1346-1347. Mrs. Lindsey also worked
for about 10 years with the Nashville Union Mission. Tr.
Rudy A. Lindsey
139. Mr. Lindsey proposes to be the Station Manager of
the Goodlettsville station. In that capacity, he would supervise
and set policy in the areas of sales. engineering,
accounts payable and receivable, and programming. As
Station Manager, all of his activities would be subject to
Mrs. Lindsey's final approval. Lindsey Ex. 3.
140. Upon a grant of LCB's application, Mr. Lindsey
would resign his present employment as a truck driver
with Roadway Express, Inc. in order to fulfill his commitment
to work at least 40 hours per week at LCB's proposed
141. Mr. Lindsey has been a truck driver for Roadway
Express since 1965. Tr. 1292. He works a minimum of 40
hours per week for Roadway. Tr. 1293. At the time he
and his wife were deposed, on March 3, 1989, Mr.
Lindsey's salary was their sole means of support; that is
no longer the case. Tr. 1343.
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