Anthony Corna

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THE BRIDGEPORT TELEGRAM, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1962 New Mil ford Husband Awaits Arraignment in Wife's Death NEW MILFORD, Aug. 7-An- 7-An- 7-An- 7-An- itiuuv i_urna.. ST.. DOhc said, had admitted the hammer slayjop of his 50-year-old 50-year-old 50-year-old 50-year-old 50-year-old wii- wii- Airing an argument early this inft. was bookeii on a mur- mur- tier charge this afternoon by pa ns, according lo police, orallv. admitted killine his wife, ueatrice, a claw hammer in ■ w we'sw »l •">• 15 a.m. Ms morniiiR. After (he hookinx. the 49-year-d 49-year-d 49-year-d 49-year-d 49-year-d man appeared in Dantmry Circuit court before Judge Paul MacDonald who ordered him held without bail at the slate tail Litchfield and continued the rise !o An,-; An,-; An,-; 2J >vlien Corna will i[ lo plea in New Milford it court. The cobrt appointed Georfte Papa jo;; km of Danbury pubJii defender. Medical examiner Dr. Howard G. Stevens, said an autopsy show ed Mrs. Coma hid bv.-n bv.-n bv.-n hil sev eral times on the head by a ham mer and died of a fractured skull and internal hemorrhasing. S'awn police were informed of the killing at 8 a.m. when a call tss rf reived from the dead woman's woman's 23-year-old 23-year-old 23-year-old 23-year-old 23-year-old daughter Eliia-bcili Eliia-bcili Eliia-bcili who rrside.s lir ber rrarent's home in the N'orlhvihr sect-.r.n sect-.r.n sect-.r.n of Miss Coma told police she had been awakened1 by her father jli her second floor bedroom, and told he had killed her mother. Police arriving at the Corna N.Y. She home found the husband silting State I'm oulsiue <n the front steps. Hisl wife's night-gown-dad night-gown-dad night-gown-dad night-gown-dad night-gown-dad body was found in a first floor bathroom with Ihe hammer nearby. During questioning at New Mil- Mil- f'lri! hall. chanic and utilily man. remained composed as hi told police of re cent domestic trouble between himself and his dead State Police quoted Corna as saying ne oeiieved his wile was runnine, around wilh another mar) and as pointing lo this as Ihe reasons for their argument this ir.crning and on past occasslons. Corna Is employed by the Ru-wet Ru-wet Ru-wet Sibley Equipment Cory., ISO DanSrurv road, farm machinery distributers, and had been pre paring (o go to work when the killing took place. A spokesman for the company said Corna was normally a good worker but in recent months had been a "bundle of nerves' had told fellow workers a married son, Anthony Corna, Jr.. of New Milford. Private Services Private services will lake place "' the Lil lis funeral home. Burial will be In Center cemelcry. In addition to (he imruediale ramily, Mrs. Corna is survived by her mother, Mrs, Angclinc Mc-Namee, Mc-Namee, Mc-Namee, of White Plains, N.Y.. and three sisters. Mrs. Stephen Kovack, and Mrs. Gladys Mc-Mahon. Mc-Mahon. Mc-Mahon. of Danbury and Mrs. Dorothy Spooner of Greenwich, 124DONATEBLO0D AT THE PHONE CO. The blood ban* is richer by 124 pints, donated vesterday at the Southern New England Telephone company. This was their 20tb blood mobile session supported by both union and management. There were 23 walkins among them were Ralph Stone of Warner CornaiBroS., who donated his 34th pint wiie;ot DJDod, and Clarence E. Weed- Weed- was at a stage of life where he couldn't seem lo get along with her .lid she wis "constantly an-tugnnizinj! an-tugnnizinj! an-tugnnizinj! me", the spokesman said. Ellzaheth, one of five children, was the only t>ne at home when the killing took place. An older, married sister. Mrs. Loren Moore, who lives next door to her parents was summonea ay ner sister-ten. sister-ten. sister-ten. after police were called. | The Telephone company donors A 15-y 15-y 15-y ear-old ear-old ear-old daughlcr, Elsie I were topped by Mrs Waller Lush had been visitnn with ne: sister, who gave for the 27th time; also Mrs. Edwhi, in Wingsdale William Poland 21: Dinald brought home by O Br [en en, clerk at King Cblc store. 32nd Other walltins included Arthur Cirrrnc Post Publish.^ n.mpanv who gave his 23rd pint; Robert Wjlkms, Raybestoj emp'tsve ?M; another Post employe Hobcrt J. Doherly, 17; Cornelius Bennett of the Police department 13: Joseph Deak, U. S. Post Office 11; Henry P. Jnwoisz. Sikorsky Aircraft, Alan Ballard, Richard Filch and Denjamin Smilh all 14, Mrs. Joseph in as for tor (ng oi o! comedy on portrayal as All

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  1. The Bridgeport Telegram,
  2. 08 Aug 1962, Wed,
  3. Page 22

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