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the with Rotberg of the Tampa Bay Rowdies third-level Tampa spot to of the for one is to fill as seats as his job well. game the loyal were MARTY RO TBERG in, for this 10,000 (and many clubs two colleges, Northeastern better find out what the sport attendance) University where he got his was all about and I played degree in marketing and amateur in the Suncoast tRowdies advertising, and Boston Soccer League for two years. College where he was granted Then I rather badly broke my a Master's Degree. nose and decided that I didn't At 26, he left Boston for need any more physical public Atlanta to serve a two-year stint contact sports at my age and of as a lieutenant in the U.S. I'd retire. I had a lot of fun and staff -- have Army. His Army career over, very quickly realized how of the he opted to stay on in Atlanta difficult the sport is and what and it's and further his advertising kind of skill it takes to play it." career with MacDonald and You'll all get a chance to see ago, when Little, who handled the infant Marty Rotberg, soccer player, bought Rowdies. They are the ones on August 3. Preceding the the word who coined the phrase, Rowdies' game will be the evoke the "Soccer is a kick in the grass." annual staff-media game. For whoT' How did this nice Jewish those of you who would like to sport in an boy get so involved with place a wager, Mary couldn't retirees fill sports? Was he active as a give me a line on the game, YOur average youngster? but did admit that the staff I, much less "1 don't think I was all that would have a few ringers -- Ask Marty, good at it, but I was better than Eddie Austin, former player ance, there average. I played tennis and and now director of the ice hockey and have always community relations; Gordon game against been interested in physical Hill, one of the finest referees activity of one kind or in the business and now another." director of Camp Kikintha- and How about soccer? grass; and Ted Buxtoh, the "1 learned to play soccer Rowdies' European scout. and raised when I came to work for the Don't miss this game -- it's went to Rowdies. I decided that since I the Rowdies' last one at home School and was going to workforthem, l'd (regular season) and, as usual, @hituarie00; last Saturday. A native of the American Cancer week. Columbus, Ohio, she Society or to the Marilyn N.Y., she moved to Orlando from Buchalter Memorial Scho- area from Dayton, Ohio, in 1955. She larship Fund to be Ohio, in graduated from Edgewater established at Valencia. a house- High School and attended Fairchild Funeral Home of Valencia Community handled arrangements. She is College. Active in the husband, Jewish community, Mrs. Mrs. Buchalter was a member MR. SAUL CHAFrEZ, 67, of of North of Temple Israel and past Longwood, died last Thurs- sister, president of the Temple's day. A native of New York of USY. She is survived by her City, he moved to the area and one husband, Bill, associate from Daytona Beach in sports editor of the Senti- 1974. He was an artist. Sur- by nel Star, a daughter, Lesley vivors include: a daughter, Marie; a son, Charles Ellyne Tryson of Westmin- Elliott; parents, Benjamin ster, Md.; a sister, Ann Belin and Rose Kiopman of of Miami; and four Orlando; a sister, Harriette grandchildren. Baldwin 31, of Watkins of Orlando. Funeral Home, Altamonte, died Donations may be made to handled arrangements. Results! ADVERTISE! 834-8787 1( GLASSES AT = I1( . 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My folks think I might have been discriminated against when I was in Boston but I always felt that they were wrong. Maybe because I was naive, but I still think they were wrong. But the older I get, the more I realize that they're smart people, so who knows. I don't think that rve every been hurt or helped by the fact that I'm Jewish, and that's okay. I've never been passed over for a job or given one to be the token Jew." Marty Rotberg will leave the Tampa Bay area at the end of this season. He has been offered the job as consultant to the entire North American Soccer League, doing what he did here. Making soccer grow, making it respectable, making it pay. With his ability, his yiddishe kop, he's a natt "al! immediate -' health care from the Service that many Hospitals and Nursing Homes use & trust 24 HOUR SERVICE Hourly, Dail Weekly. 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