The Orlando Sentinel from Orlando, Florida on February 18, 1983 · Page 24
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The Orlando Sentinel from Orlando, Florida · Page 24

Orlando, Florida
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Friday, February 18, 1983
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C-2 The Orlando Sentinel. Friday. February 18, 1983 ... WATCH FOR DC OCIMOIDLC!! Loans based on the PRESENT VALUE of your home. "Compare: it's the most quality Application by phone Fast Approval No aoDlication teet Metro Gasoline leak shuts high school for day FROM SENTINEL SERVICES 'Mortgage Fixed Rata SUBARU OL 4-DOOR " FROM $6334 P.O.E. LOUIS SUBARU 6363 E. COLONIAL DRIVE 277-7220 I ' of Central Florida, Inc. 1350 Orange Avenue Winter Park, Florida Licensed Mortgage Brokers 0 ftEAL TOPS managers Sunday 1 BEST BUYS ffiL -florid a. TITUSVILLE Classes at Cocoa Beach High School were canceled Thursday after 1,300 gallons of gasoline from an underground storage tank seeped into a stormwater drain at the school. The gasoline was cleaned up by late Thursday and classes for an estimated 760 students were to resume on schedule this morning. Cocoa Beach Fire Chief Robert Walker called the leak "a severe fire hazard" that could have resulted in explosions and a rapid spread of fire. Firefighters evacuated a family living in a security trailer on the school grounds. According to police, the leak occurred after a vehicle struck a foot-high filler spout Wednesday and it separated from the 2,000-gallon underground tank. The tank supplies fuel to two pumps, which are used to fill buses. Because of recent heavy rainfall, water entered the tank and pushed the gasoline out. Gasoline then flowed into the drain in the school courtyard. Orange approves resort's 1st phase A $250 million first phase of a development southeast of Orlando International Airport was unanimously approved Thursday by Orange County's planning and zoning commission. The commission approved the 1,200-acre phase of the Lake Nona resort as proposed, with one exception. The commission did not agree with the developer's request to run a road on swampy land between Lake Nona and Red Lake. Sunley Holdings Ltd. and Crowngap Ltd., British developers, said they will ask the county commission to overturn that decision when it considers the plan, probably in late March. The first phase is to include several golf courses, a hotel, and 3,805 residences marketed primarily as vacation homes. Plans for the remaining 5,500 acres owned by the developers are still unknown. Ruling allows woman to sue Daytona TALLAHASSEE A British woman who was run over while sunbathing on Daytona Beach in 1977 may sue the city for failing to supervise traffic or warn the public of potential danger, the Florida Supreme Court ruled Thursday. Justice Raymond Ehrlich said the 4 to 2 decision did not resolve the question of whether the city had been negligent by not warning sunbathers that the vehicular traffic was not supervised. The court sent that issue back to the trial court. Orla Ralph, then a 25-year-old visitor to the United States, was struck Aug, 28, 1977. Ralph, a foreign language interpreter, had massive internal Injuries and was partially disabled from the accident. She has paid more than $20,000 in medical bills, said her attorney, Paul Bernardini. Psychologist gets 1-year sentence A New York psychologist who testified on behalf of convicted murderer Ted Bundy was sentenced in Lake City on Thursday to a year in prison and five years' probation for lying about his qualifications in pretrial hearings in the 1980 case. Milton Kline, 58, had pleaded no contest to perjury after prosecutors said he lied when he said he had degrees from Columbia and Penn State universities. He made the plea with understanding that he could appeal Columbia County Judge Arthur Lawrence's ruling that the testimony was material to the case. Lawrence also fined Kline $5,000 and allowed him to remain free on $5,000 appeal bond. Kline testified at the hearing that the hypnosis on a key prosecution witness was unreliable. Bundy was convicted in Orlando of kidnapping and murdering Kimberly Leach, 12, of Lake City. A search continued Thursday for two prisoners who scaled fences and escaped Wednesday from medium-security Tomoka Correctional Institute east of DeLand. John Joseph Batcher and Tommy Joe Tinsley escaped at 6:10 p.m., a prison spokesman said. A Volusia County circuit judge Thursday refused to reverse the conviction of a couple accused of mistreating greyhounds they raised near their Osteen home. Judge J. Robert Durden denied the second appeal of animal cruelty convictions of Kenneth and Elaine Garner. U.S. District Judge Eugene Spellman, saying he was "very upset" that some of the 1,771 Haitians he released from detention camps last summer apparently will wind up on welfare rolls, indicated Thursday he may order the immigration service to support the refugees. He set a March hearing in Miami. Robert Dale Henderson, found guilty in five Florida murders, is expected to be sent soon to Ohio to stand trial in the slayings of his wife's parents and their 11-year-old son. But Gov. Bob Graham first wants to obtain an agreement that Henderson will be returned to death row at Florida State Prison after the Ohio trials, Graham's aide said. A suspect in an $11 million robbery of a Bronx armored car company agreed Thursday to return voluntarily to New York from Miami to face charges. But his $1 million bond was tripled even as a bonding company prepared to post it. Demetrios Papada-kos, 35, of Norwalk, Conn., wrested Feb. 4 in connection with the Dec. li robbery, was indicted by a federal grand jury ip. New York Tuesday with Eddie Argitakos and Christos Potamitis. Florida's land-buying program is operating in "high gear" without scandal, Natural Resources Director Elton Gissendanner said Thursday in response to Auditor General Ernest Ellison's audit claiming the agency was mismanaged. 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