19 Sep 1965, 17 - The Miami News at Newspapers.com Miami News 22 Sept 1965 - report of finding her car in Atlanta. Nancy Rodgers of Atlanta noticed it in front of her home She said it was left there by a young man in his 20s with a sandy hair in a crew cut and bad complexion (probably acne scars), stocky build. He returned to the car later with a dark haired girl wearing a beige blouse, but the couple drove off again in a small Buick. Rodgers said the car was left there on the 14th, but Purcell (the investigator) said she may have gotten the date wrong and that it was actually the 15th She was driving a rental car because hers had been damaged in a hurricane 22 Sep 1965, 1 - The Miami News at Newspapers.com Miami Herald 20 Sept 1965 This story reports police discovering she was going to get an abortion, also information about her divorce. This article also mentions the dentist she was dating at the time. He had taken her out on a date the night before she went missing. Three docs - (1) The abortion doc, (2) another doctor who was friends with Judith who connected her with the abortion doc and (3) the dentist she was dating. 20 Sep 1965, 16 - The Miami News at Newspapers.com Car she was driving was a turquiose 1965 Chevy Impala Miami News 22 Sept 1965 Another article about discovering her car in Atlanta, including a statement from LE saying the woman seen with the man who dropped it off could have fit the description of Judith. Other LE seemed doubtful. Atlanta LE said there was nothing about the car to indicate foul play. (Really?) A reward of $1,000 was offered (by Judith's family) for finding the car. Car was found at 1031 Atlantic Dr in Atlanta, GA. Near the Georgia Tech Campus. 22 Sep 1965, 13 - The Miami News at Newspapers.com Miami News 28 Sept 1965 28 Sep 1965, 12 - The Miami News at Newspapers.com Police determine dark haired woman seen near the abandoned car was not Judy. Police lab tests and finds one stain on the back seat that is blood. Several other stains still testing. Found 50 latent fingerprints on the car. Many people handled the car in Atlanta and, because it was a rental, had lots of other fingerprints. The blood stain is described as a single blood smear, on the top of the back seat. Anyone who cut a finger could have left it there, said LE. So, no, it wasn't a big blood stain on the back seat. Miami News 15 Oct 1965 15 Oct 1965, 1 - The Miami News at Newspapers.com State Attorney questions three doctors connected to the case: Dr. Herschel Gordon of 1919 Bay Dr, Miami Beach was the doctor who referred her to the abortion doc Dr. Lucius Gordon (not related) of 2545 S. Bayshore Dr was the dentist who had been dating Judith and had seen her the night before she disappeared Dr. Lucius Gordon refused to waive immunity, but said he had some affadavits he would like to show. After conferring with is attorney, he decided not to show the affadavits. Supboena was issued for Dr. George K Hadju, 353 W 47th St, Miami Beach. He hadn't appeared yet to be questioned. The two Dr. Gordons knew Judy and were known by her family. Her parents went to the State Attorney and requested they be called in for questioning. Miami News - 24 Feb 1966 24 Feb 1966, 1 - The Miami News at Newspapers.com State Attorney is looking for another witness. Because he's being blocked by the other doctor friends of Judy's and their refusal to answer questions, he's seeking public help for anyone who knows about a man named "Smith" who drove Judy's car to Atlanta. It's believed he left it there and took a plane back to Miami. Investigators say the three doctors know what happened to her, but refuse to talk. Asst Attorney says the chain of evidence shows Judy probably died at the hands of the abortionist on the day she disappeared. That's all I have time to search and post. JMO, the two Dr. Gordons know what happened to her. LE and State Atty seemed very sure she was deceased and that the docs probably payed someone to drive her car to Atlanta and abandon it. They must have found records of one of the docs buying the guy an airline ticket to return to Miami. One can be found with a simple google search, practicing in California. I haven't found the dentist yet. Maybe the current investigator Captain Sheer should try to find friends or associates of the two Dr. Gordon's to question them. If they were absent from their jobs / medical practices to assist the abortion doctor in getting rid of Judith's body, people who know or work for them would have noticed them missing. Rechecking old alibi witnesses can sometimes be helpful. After many years, sometimes a friend or co-worker who lied to cover for someone begins to feel guilty and is ready to talk.