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July 29, 1977

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MYRON'S DELl ]SMOVING ON/ABOUT AUGUST 15th to LIVE OAKS CENTER HIWAY I 792 I block N. c 436 Places, Things "Needlers" Start 2nd Yedr Practice V. Eisenberg, a for the four practice COSmetic surgery on Dr. Eisenberg Boston Univ. in 1968 and has and Orlando. Phil and Arlene Yapkowitz, owners of the Needlepoint Corner in Longwood Village, have just begun their second year in the popular shopping center. The Good Ole Days This weekend Park Ave. in Win- ter Park presents its first annual "Old Fashioned Party-in-the- Park," with reminders of the good ole days in the form of entertain- ment, exhibits, sidewalk bargains, and $100 in gift certificates. Film on Channel 24 berg from Rio de he worked with surgeon ivo and his two children, with USY Richard Rapp ts spending the on Wheels Mexico. While Pp and his 42 pray, observe and par- StUdy lessons. of Ernie and Isle Rd., attends Trinity Fund TV watchers can witness a beautiful, touching moving film about racial prejudice and anti- semitism on Fri., Aug. 12 when Channel 24 presents "The Two Of Us", starring Michel Simon, Alain Cohen, and Luce Fabiole. Larry Leckart 'Ronnie" s Wins Award reh is underway to lnd evaluate han- t. Any child living or Osceola impaired, Y handicapped, ed, emotionally retarded is service. ildren have the education and as the sear- responsibility of a han- not attending renda (Ext. 413), in (Ext. 50) and 847-3147 , :ounty. Larry Leckart has been awarded the 1977 Salut au Restaurateur in recognition for his outstanding success of "Ronnie's" over the past 20 years. New Service in Maitland Claire Chepenik and Linda Stone are two gals in the community who put their educational and professional backgrounds together to form Education Evaluation Ser- vices with announced new headquarters in Maitland. Rollins College and Valencia Community College think so highly of the two that both teach their specialties on campus. our advertfS00s HAVE A PAPER PARTY! (, You Supply the People iWe Supply the Paper! ' NaPkins Table Covers Placemats Invitations : Barware...A STORE FULL OF GOODIES. es,Geometrics, Barbecue, Flowers, Solids-Graphics,Weddings & Showers, Jnique Party World Shoppe services, a FREE package of cocktail napkins imprinted With all $5.00 Party purchases. This offer 29th through Saturday, August 6th, 1977. we have here!" PARTY WORLD airbanks Ave., Winter Park, 628-2796 9:30- 5:30 ;.m. ,,, ......... c , HERITAGE, Friday, July 29, 1977, Pap'7 Dutc___hh Hold Former Dacha00 lnmat_____ee Accused of Menten Fire AMSTERDAM, (JTA) -- Rotter- separation to Menten and his wife dam police reported that a 53-year- who is some 25 years his junior. old former inmate of Dachau The couple requested the claimed that it was he who set fire separation apparently for financial to the country house of accused reasons as relations between them Nazi war criminal Pieter Menten are clearly very affectionate. It July 17. The man identified only by enables Menten to transfer his his initials, G.P. Van S., was tran- property to his wife in the event sferred to the Amsterdam police that the court orders it seized. and is being held here. The fire, caused by a Molotov cocktail tossed on the straw- covered roof of the 20-room Menten villa in Blarieum, east of Amster- dam, destroyed the upper floor and part of Menten's valuable art treasures. Menten's wife, who was in the house at the time, was unhurt. She accused her husband's enemies of having set the fire. Menten, 78, a millionaire art dealer, is on trial for th e murder of several hundred persons, mostly Jews, in the Lemberg region of Poland during World War II when he served as an officer in an SS unit. The trial, which opened in May, has been adjourned until August. The person being held is ap- parently known to the police. He was described as a man of no fixed occupaion who spent 18 months at Dachau and recently has been un- dergoing psychiatric treatment. Two years ago he tried to set fire to a small publishing house in Rid- derkerk, a village near Rotterdam, which planned to publish a Dutch edition of Hitler's "Mein Kampf." 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