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2-C Sentinel Star, Saturday, March 6, 1982 Psychologist in Bundy case faces charges From Sentinel Ster Services A psychologist who testifed at the 1980 trial of convicted murderer Theodore Bundy has been charged with lying about his credentials. Milton V. Kline last month was fined $5,000 on a similar charge in New York. At Bundy's trial in Orlando, Kline testified for the defense that hypnotic procedures used on a key prosecution witness violated standard practice. ' Bundy, convicted of kidnapping and murdering Kimberly Leach, 12, of Lake City, is sentenced to die. Kline testified that he has degrees from Columbia and Penn State universities. Those credentials are false, according to charges filed Friday in Lake City. If convicted, he could face five years in prison. ERA supporters win radio poll Supporters of the Equal Rights Amendment won a statewide telephone poll Friday sponsored by Orlando's WKIS and 32 other radio stations with the Florida Network. From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., 32,174 people called special numbers to register their position on the ERA. Results showed that 51.4 percent voted in favor of the amendment; 48.6 percent voted "no." The extra 50 cents to be added to each voter's telephone bill will mean about $16,000 in collections for Southern Bell. Poll results will be sent to Tallahassee. State mulls phosphate appeal TALLAHASSEE State lawyers said Friday they may appeal a decision setting back a lawsuit against giant phosphate companies. An appellate court ruled Thursday that the suit against Mobil Oil Corp. and other firms accused of illegally mining phosphate from rivers in Polk and Hillsborough counties should be tried in state court, not federal courts. The decision delays a U.S. district court trial set for Monday and nullifies a $20 million verdict Coastal Petroleum Co. obtained against Mobil in December 1980. Thunderstorms strike in Volusia DAYTONA BEACH Thunderstorms dumped nearly 2 inches of rain on parts of Volusia County Friday, setting off a brief tornado warning. i The National Weather Service said 1 .75 inches fell in Pierson, in northern Volusia, but only four-tenths of an inch were reported at Oaytona Beach Regional Airport. : Ex-food stamp worker sentenced A former food stamp worker was sentenced to three years in prison Friday after admitting that she stole more than $22,000 in stamps in 1978 and 1979. Donna Nichols Jackson, 33, 430 E. Packwood Ave., Apt. A210, Maitland, pleaded guilty to three counts of obtaining public assistance by fraud. At a Health and Rehabilitative Services office in Apopka, Jackson placed false names into a computer. Friends posing as those people re ceived stamps and gave Jackson a kickback, in vestigators said. Scout official criticizes media. JACKSONVILLE News reports about the robbery of a Girl Scout's cookie money are "just ike waving a red flag" for other potential robbers, a Girl Scout official said Friday. '' I After a bandit robbed Tonya Lockhart of $40 in Rookie proceeds Tuesday, the story received nationwide coverage. It was the first armed holdup of a Jacksonville Girl Scout. Scout officials also laid someone is selling counterfeit Girl Scout Cookies for $1.50 a box, compared with the Scout price of $1 .75. ( Briefly ... A Death Row inmate at Florida State Prison was hospitalized in serious condition Friday after a drug overdose in his cell. Raymond Robert piark, 40, sentenced to die in 1977 for a Pinellas County murder, was found unconscious Friday biorning. A suicide note was found. Katherine "Mama Cat" Cadogan, former ad ministrator of the Tom Skinner Home for Children, has been named Sertoman of the Year by pie Apopka Breakfast Sertoma Club. 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