Clipped From The Evening Independent
Bundy Given 2-Month Stay Of Execution CANTON (AP) — A stay of execution for convicted murderer Harry Dale Bundy, 40, was'granted today by the Fifth District Court of Appeals. The three judges agreed to stay the Nov. 8 execution to allow .time for study of an appeal for a new trial. They sent a new ex- date of Jan..10. 1958. Bundy was convicted of first i ~ " — degree "murder last June 22 for i~< _j the slaying of Reynold P. Amodio ^OUllI in the holdup of a Uniontown' grocery store, Nov. 23, 1956. TwOjR^rirl motions for a new trial were'HAJClU. turned down by Stark County' Common Pleas Judge John Ros- t setti, who sentenced Bundy to death ^when the jury did not recommend mercy. * * * BUNDY WAS implicated in the robbery-murder by Russell McCoy, 22. Both are from Zanesville. At Bundy's trial, McCoy Stark county commissioners today passed a resolution for a uniform suffix naming of highways in Stark county. Passed on the recommendation 'of the Stark County Regional admitted killing Paul Cain, 35, a planning commission, the resclu- and said|tion goes, into effect Nov. 18, the store'1957, only in the unincorporated | areas of the county where the clerk at the store, Bundy shot Amodio, manager. McCoy was' indicted in the slay- in * but has not been trie-d. He lal so has admitted the slaying of his half-sister, Louise See, and of of commissioners have jurisdiction. * * * BEGINNING NOV. 18, highways running, north and south her husband, Lloyd, last Feb. 9 will be called avenues. Short in Zanesville. highways running north and Judges granting the stay of|south (those less than 1,200 feet) Bundy's execution were C. B. Me-'will be called courts. Cljntock, Robert B. Putnam and D. D. McLaughlin. Highways running east and west will be called streets. Short highways running the same direction will be named places.