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w 60 THE PALM BEACH POST SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1998 ,NC Beach Swap $hp Flea Market 1301 Old Dixie 844-0330 Wed.-Frl., Sat. & Sun. Sellers Wed. 3.oo - Fri. M no Brooks looks at ways 'to make a difference' 3j Sat. -Sun. MO.OO 6AM-3PM I Garaae Sains Wtilrnxio . ft, , imTHntlii nMmrnnnvflnwiniir iffffirnwrT-eiif i- 'SUtSF 1 w"lhe hottest since 'Basic tostmctVA Doberman for two straigh weeks). If eiitu aim sittdiim m WINNER Brooks also knows everyone'; name. Their full name. 11 ACADEMY AWARDS" BEST PlClURb j. "I bet he knows everybody'; middle name." savs Dunn. "He always addresses me by my full first name, which is Kathleen. No one else does." ii - ! , n , . fit- a Wig u But, despite rumors to the contrary, no one has named their 1 X f ' et kids after him. Anchor Laurel Sauer has a 4-year-old son named Brooks and reporter Deriise Ja- kows also named her son Brooks ' J iiiiiiS But Sauer's son is named after his godfather and Jakows' kid is named after her ex-husband's BILL BROOKS From ID heeled businessman. Since moving to West Palm Beach in 1969 when his religious order assigned him to Cardinal Newman High School, the Boston native has immersed himself in the community. Brooks is known as a tireless fund-raiser and devout do-gooder. He's a former chairman of The Urban League and the United Way of Palm Beach County. He spearheaded Channel 5's "Food for Families" effort. He serves on the boards of The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation and The Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce. '. "Bill is a genuinely generous person," says Terry Gearing, The Komen Foundation's executive director. "Instead of just being a honcho and running things, he has looked at ways to make a difference." Adds Jesse Newman, president of the Palm Beach Chamber of Commerce, who has known Brooks for 25 years: "People often asked how could Bill Brooks be involved so much with the Urban League? He's not black, he's white. Well, that's irrelevant. His feeling is for people. He was trained at it." friend. "I was hesitant to name my son Brooks because I said people are going to say, 'Why did you name him after the general manag I 2mc ( HtxAL ' MIZNER PARK LAKE WORTH 8 301PWAADU. ' IAKE WORTH fill. & S'TH AVE. 36S-7744 Jt 064-5556 , IMKIOMItHn f tUOUUL OKEE SQUARE JUPITER 14 2025 OKlECHOBtt BLVD. US: 4 INUIANTOWN RCAfJ 597-7714 J I 747-7333 proSmplami lfNireffifW?E 993UALTHNATA1A . 13881 WiulNGTON THAut 624-2664 ) 795-3B67 NOW SHOWING! KtGAtCINiHAS, UKf WORTH I 3 Htf Photo by LUCIEN CAPEHART Brooks, a tireless fund-raiser who has immersed himself in numerous charities, chats with professional golfer Michelle McGann of Singer Island (left) and Jennifer Ross of WEAT-FM 'Sunny' 104.3 at an auction for The Children's Place and Connor's Nursery. MOVES Of OEUUV er? Sauer says. Now 1 tell people it's a requirement that you name your firstborn son after the mows amnion buck m iirt general manager. MOVIES $ PROMENADE CHECK INDIVIDUAL IIMECIOCKS OR CAU FOB SHOWTIMES It was one of the most difficult OitCt TIME CLOCK FOR SHOWTIMES One sure-fire way to please Brooks is to get along with his dogs. Pat Burns, the station's re ..CALL IT THE HEARTTHROB IN THE IRON MASK" cently departed news director, be lieves those dogs were instrumen tal in his hiring. DAVIDANSIN. NbWSWIEK "I was sitting on his couch and (Brooks dog) Joe jumped up and I was sitting there scratching his head when Bill came in. I figured that was the moment I got the job." prize to whoever could get next to Scott. So, when Willard was doing the weather, two guys came up behind him and they bumped into him and it really took him by surprise. The last thing I saw in the background was Bill Brooks going after these guys. I mean, he literally went after them. He was that angiy." Brooks remembers the day well, and excitedly pulls out the tape to prove it. "I caught one of 'em," the stocky Brooks bellows while watching himself zip past a stunned Scott. "He wasn't too swift." Despite his famed Irish temper, he can also be veiy forgiving. Kclley Dunn was a 21-year-old novice when Brooks hired her to anchor the station's morning show in 1986. ! rimuit dec ii ntiCMK UNirm Af iisTS UUIUD AfiflSfS UN IFD AUIISTS llfclirtn adikk UKIWOBIHI JMftl MOViESIOyNTOMIUCIi WEUMOION MAMTOUCf MOVIES 9 PftOMANAM OKEE SQtiABi 666 747-7333 T3A-672 79Wd87 624-2664 697-7?l4 decisions he ever made. "You don't go through all that training and have a theological' understanding of the value and the beauty of the priesthood then decide to leave it. But it was never a question of my faith. To this day it's difficult to articulate and with my big mouth, you can imagine that's hard to believe." In his new life, Brooks devoted most of his time to Crisis Line, a nonprofit, 24-hour hot line. Then, one day in 1975, he got a knock on his door. It was his neighbor, who happened to be Channel 5's general manager. He was familiar with Brooks' Crisis Line work and wanted him to host a new public service program. "I told him, 'I don't know anything about TV,' " Brooks remembers. "He said 'I'll pay you 25 bucks a show.' So I said 'I'll do it.' " Two months later Brooks was asked to do a show on education. Then he was asked to join Channel 5 as a public information officer. He's been on the corporate fast track ever since: assistant general manager in 1979, general manager in 1981 and a Scripps Howard vice president in 1986. Brooks is known as a man who can talk to anyone and one who is Here's a rare sight. Bill Brooks is quiet. He's talking barely above a whisper about the next phase of his life. He says he's excited about the new challenge, although his distant eyes tell another story. "How do I feel? I'm ready. At first, to be honest, I kind of said, 'Gee, I think I'd like to stay," he says. "My brain's not going to turn to tapioca on Dec. 13 when I turn 65. But, any organization can benefit from someone with new ideas." And that someone, Bob Jordan, a 52-year-old news director and 1 IBM JU tl 1 NOW SHOWING! W I HCUAi CINLMA8 I ( GtNfflAt CIMAW I I UWTEli ARTISTS I P UNITED AHTIST5 1 I UlTfC AHIISTS i JUPITER I PGA CINEMA t ' ELlWGT0 MAIllfTPUCi MOVIES RIVER BRIDGE OKEE SQUARE Uti I & ifioitnwm RowJ Mhey,mAMtmwtiPM 1304! WtJllitigM' Tf 6446 H)rsi riu; Bfvd 2025 OKwu.olwe 614. I ?4 7jjj 1 1 6;ukhj j 7ja m: 1 1 biw r CHECK TIME CLOCK fOR SHOWTIMES That training started at a very early age. Brooks and his younger brother grew up in the Dorchester section in Boston, a second and third generation Irish-Catholic neighborhood. Brooks' father was a fireman, his mother a homemaker. Unlike Brooks, who has bachelor's and master's degrees, his parents never got past the eighth grade. Brooks spent most of his time playing sports and going to church. The church, it turns out, was the strongest influence in Brooks' young life. His role models were priests, nuns and chaplains. Even his first baseball coach was a priest. Brooks decided to join the faith and was ordained as a priest in 1960 at age 26. "I loved my priesthood," Brooks says quietly. But those feelings started to change in the late '60s, when the church didn't oppose the Vietnam War. "As a young priest, I was very much against the war. I thought we made a mistake," says Brooks. "When 1 saw the body bags coming home, from a moral point of view, I kept questioning what we were doing." So Brooks left the priesthood in 1971 and was given lay status a year later, which allowed him to marry (in 1973, to Martha Brooks, whom he met at a Joan Baez concert). former anchor who has worked at stations in Tampa, Los Angeles and Seattle, knows he has Break ers-sized shoes to fill. "He's a size 15, triple E," quips Jordan. "But I've been blessed with a nice transition peri "I'm on the air with Kent Ehr-hardt," Dunn says, "and at the time, the news anchor read the sports. So, everyday I had to look at this stuff and go, 'Oh, my gosh, do I know what I'm talking about?' I'm reading all of these scores and you know with baseball there are two gazillion scores and when I got to a doubleheader, I read it like, 'Cardinals, 5-3, Red Sox, 4-5,' whatever. I had no clue. Bill called laughing hysterically. He did forgive me, but he set me straight on my doubleheaders." It's no secret that Brooks is well-liked in the newsroom. After all, staffers receive red carnations every Valentine's Day and green carnations every St. Patrick's Day. They're also allowed to bring in their children and, of course, their dogs (one brought in her miniature od in which Bill will hold my hand until the end of May. Is Brooks nervous? Not a chance. FfsfitfiPSt, Apologize latsn V not afraid of telling off-color jokes. But you don't want to get on his bad side. When one guy did in 1989, recalls anchor Jim Sackett, Brooks chased him down on live, national television. "Willard Scott was doing a live remote from the South Florida Fairgrounds for the Today show," Sackett remembers. "Some radio station offered to give away a cash "I was never a big boy," says the barrel-chested, 5-foot-10 9yf. j . A Brooks. "But I played football, baseball, hockey, none of which I played too well. I was a competitor. 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ALD As Good As it Gets (PG-13). 1,4,7, 10:10 The Man m the Iron Mask (PG 13), 1, 4, 7. 10 Fun Monty R). 5. 10-30 U.S. Marshals (PG 13), 1:15, 4:20, 73J. 10:20 The Borrowers iHj), 12:30, 2:40 miy Cuius (RJ, 12:45, 1:30,3:45,4:40,7.8, 10:10 The Newton Boys (PO-13,, 1:15.4:20, 7-15, 10:10 Meet Tne Uwlfcs (Id;, 12 30, 2:45, 5:15. 7:4U. 10:10 REGAL SHAD0WO0O 16, Glades Road and U.S. 441 Boca Mdton. 482 2296. ALO Grease (PG), 1 20, 4:3C, 7 30, 10:10 Mis. DaKoway (PG-13). 1:40. 4:40. 7:20, 9.35 Mr NceGuy(PG-13i. 1:20,4:20.7:10.9.30 Ride (R). Z 4:50. 8, 10: 1U WrM Things (R). 1:40. 5:10, 7 50, 10:15 Twikght (R). 2:10. 4:40, 7:40, 9:50 The Big LeoowsM (R), 1:30. 4 30. 7 30, 10 Dangwous Beauty (R), 1:10,7:20 Wnigs of t) Dove (R), 1 ;50, 5. A. 10-20 LOW Aim Death On Long Island (PG-13), 4:10. 9:50 The Apist (Ki-13). 1, 4. 7. 9:50 IKanic (PG 1 3), 2. 4. 7. 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