The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York on November 8, 1988 · 4
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Port Chester, New York
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Tuesday, November 8, 1988
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PC- Gannett Westchester NewspafieraTuesday November 8 1968 T former Con Edison inspector Philip J Salvatore Jr a former On July 14 1829 Mr Salvatore longtime New Rochelle resident married Mildred Cardone at St and Consolidated Edison employ- Joseph's Church in New Rochelle ee died Oct 31 t home in-Placet! Mr Salvatore had worked since- tie Calif of colon cancer He was 79 i Sorn May 2 lp09 in New Rochelle to Philip Salvatore Sr and Theresa Vileno Salvatore he attended Jefferson Elementary School in New Rochelle - 1928 for Con Edison retiring in 1972 as an inspector While living in New Rochelle Mr Salvatore belonged to Blessed Sacrament Church In 1976 he moved with his wife from New Rocbclle to Placentia - former Larchmont resident Jeanne R Benach a homemaker and a former Larchmont resident died Sunday at the John F Kennedy Hospital In Edison N J She was 83 The cause of death -was not disclosed Mrs Benach was born Oct 26 1905 in Manhattan to John Isaac and Rayna Stern She lived in Larchmont for about 30 years until moving to Edison in September 1987 Her husband Henry died in 1956 They had been married for 27 years Mrs Benach is survived by two daughter Leah Fletcher of Ballston Spa NY and Joan Glaser of Edison and two grandchildren In' addition to his wife Mr Salvatore is survived by a son Philip J Ill of Yorba Linda pdiC two daughters Theresa Faup of Harrison and Anne ScaflkU of Placentia two sisters Margaret San-tolanni of Somers and Sue Campanelll of New Rochelle eight grandchildren and one great-granddaughter Arrangements were made by the Brea (Calif) Mortuary Family and friends ire making donations to Deborah Hospital in Browns Mills NJ or the Town of MamaroneckVillage of Larchmont Volunteer Ambulance Corps 155 Weaver St Larchmont NY 10538 Funeral ' arrangements are being handled by Wien and Wien Funeral Home in Highland Park NJ OBITUARIES Antfioiiy Majnionx WESam CL Shattuck Stj retired Schrafft's executive from New York Military Academy in Corawall-on-HudaoiL Mary Musial a Yonkers resident most of her life died Sunday after suffering a heart attack at her home She was 8ft She was born Dec 8 1907 to Andrew and Mary Istvani Bioko In Yonkers where she attended parochigl school On April 8 1942 she married Harry Musial in St Louis where her husband wo working The longtime resident of Yonkers couple moved to Yonkers and lived there until 1964 when they moved to North Palm Beach Fla Her husband died in 1977 and Mrs Musial returned to Yonkers that year She wo communicant of the Most Holy Trinity Church in Yonkers She is survived by a stepson sisters Margaret Tucci and Helen and Emma Blasko all of Yonkers two brothers Edward Blasko of Montieello NY and Richard Blasko of Greenwich Conn Three brothers Joseph Andrew and John Blasko died before her Funeral arrangements were being ' made by the Duchynski- Robert Musial of Yonkers three fdierko Funeral Home in Yonkers " New Rochelle homemaker Flor Schuman a homemaker Hernandez She attended high las a son Lawrence Jr and and a longtime New Rochelle resi- school in Bogota then moved to daughter- Chrissie both of New dent djed of yesterday at New Rochelle in 1965 ’ Rochelle a brother "Luis Heman- — Westchester- County- Medical Cen- married Lawrence Schu-de of Dallas and tiw sisters ter InValhallaTShe was44rTrT0t®8®' °orr Rochelle Name Church in New Rochelle Mrs Schuman was born July where she was a parishioner 30 1944' in Bogota Colombia to Mrs Schuman is survived by Arturo and Rosario Heraandei her husband her mother of Dal- former civil defense worker Helen O'Connell Dempsey a church volunteer and a homemak- errdied Octr28rat-her home- in Larchmont after suffering a stroke She was 81 and had lived in Larch- -mont for the past 50 years Mrs Dempsey was bora Jan 14 1907 In Washington DC to Estelle' Stacey and Edgar O'Connell She moved to New Rochelle as a young girl - On Sept 8 1934 she married John E Dempsey and the couple moved toNew Rochelle -' During World War II - Mrs Dempsey was s volunteer civil defense worker Mrs Dempsey was a member of St Augustine's Church in Larch- v- mont and a member of iti Ladies -wrrenwn"v' Auxiliary She was on the board of directors of the Visiting Nurses Association of Larchmont in the mid-194Qs having lived in the same residence for 50 years" her niece Rita Dtack of Larchmont mid yesterday She is survived by a sister Zella O'Connell and a brother Frederick O'Connell both of of "She was devoted to St Augustine's and Larchmont in general Her husband died fn 1956 A brother Walter O’Connell died earlier Funeral arrangements were handled by the Fox Funeral Home of Larchmont former maitre cT James DeMane a former restaurant maitre d’ died Saturday of cancer at the Boca Raton (Fla) Community Hospital He was 73 Hewas bora Sept 23 1915 in Rye to James and Lucy Costanso DeMane He grew up in Port Chester and attended public schools' He worked for about 40 years during the winters with the catering operation at the Boca Raton Hotel and Club For many years he was maitre d' at the hotel restaurant During the summer he would return to Port Chester arid live with his bther and sister Carrie Del Vecchio author community activist Constance B Lydgate former president of the Pelham Junior League and an activist in community affeirs died Friday at New Rochelle Hospital Medical Center of a heart ailment She was 89 and lived in Pelham Manor for 42 years Mrs Lydgate was born Jan 13 1919 in Yonkers to John and Ruth Reynolds Barry Her femily moved to Hingham -Mass where she was educated until her college years In 1940 she -graduated from Vassar College in Poughkeepsie with a bachelor's degree in English She also earned a master’s degree in library science from Co lumbia University - She married Williiun A Lydgate on Sept 14 1940 in the gar-' den of her home in Hingham ' One of the original members of the League Larks a singing group of the Pelhiun Junior League Mrs Lydgate served as league president in the 1950s She was also instrumental in the founding of the Westchester Cancer Detection Center Mrs Lydgate was a key figure in the annual book collection and sale in Westchester County for the benefit of Vassar College She1 and her1 husband wrote a book on boating "Power rind Sail" published in 1963 Known as an expert cook Mrs He was a parishioner of Corpus Christ! Church in Port Chester Survivors include his sister and brother Leonard DeMane both of Port Chester - Two brothers Daniel and Louis died earlier The Janies J Gunipero Funeral Home Inc in Port Chester is handling the arrangements w Lydgate is especially remembered for an annual New Year’s party to which guests were required to bring their children for a “sober and challenging evening of ingenious parlor games" according to her husband - In addition to her husband Mrs Lydgate is survived by three sons Barry of Belmont Mass Anthony of 'Palo Alto ' Calif and Timothy of Westport Conn two stepchildren Sarah Lydgate of Manhattan and John Lydgate of Washington DC and eight grandchildren Funeral arrangements are being handled by Pelham Funeral Home Residents fear complex would clog Tarrytown with more traffic congestion Stall Writer Twenty-pine letters most criticizing a commercial-residential complex proposed for Tarrytown - - Were piled on-a desk at Tarrytown Village Hall yesterday " The letters were received as part of a state-required environ-V mental study of the project The - deadline for comments to be subr mitted was yesterday Proposed by the Elmsford-based Robert Martin Co the complex of two office buildings and three apartment buildings - has been the focus of growing concern - - among residents in recent weeks "It’s not that We’re trying to' stop Robert Martin and (their) inalienable' right to develop (their) property but we want building ' that’s sensible and manageable" 1 said resident Gus Montero- "We’re going' to paralyze Tarrytown in a i of traffic that’s what’s going to Residents to hold a public meeting Thursday to discum the proposal Village officials say that although proposed four yean ago the project is for from completion - "It's a long long way before r anything-will be approved to be built there or built there Mayor Eileen PiUa said “The problem is ' it has not been addressed by the - newspapers to inform the people" The proposal calls for 310000 square feet of office space in two commercial buildings and 500 con-dominiums in three buildings It would be built on 28 acres of Robert Martin’s Talleyrand property' which runs along Route 119 in Tarrytown and into Greenburgh "The Robert Martin proposal is a conceptual proposal" Village Administrator Michael Blau said "Robert Martin will have to come back tp the Planning Board and submit an actual site plan It eir should be- put on bold until the road is widened The state Department of Transportation is proposing expanding Route 119 beginning in 1990 - Village officials said yesterday they shared' the concern over de-' vriopment— before the road was expanded "The way I feel it should be addressed is that unless 119 is widened by the state in an expeditious way nothing should be de-' veloped on the Talleyrand property" Pilla said Said Blau "Traffic under the present conditions of 119 is horrendous without any development It’s important that the RoberT Martin proposal be tied in with the widening r One shouldn’t occur without the other" Now that the environmental study has been completed the Tarrytown Planning Board will review it and ask Robert Martin to make changfcb- to the proposal based on official and residential retired baker Anthony Mainiero -a retired baker and longtime White Plains resident died yesterday at United Hospital In Port Chester from heart tallure He was 75 Mr Mainiero worked for Arnold Bakery in Greenwich Conn for 30 years retiring 10 years ago He lived in White Plains for the past 35 years Before that he lived in Rye He 'was ban Feb 19 1913 in Rye to Leonard and Susan Costan-xa Miner He attended Rye public He served in the US Army for 4tt years during World War IL Mr Mainiero arid his wife Nora were married In 1945 She died in 1979 He is survived by his sister — Jane Strecker of Enfield Conn ur"'' William C Shattuck Sr a retired executive of the Schrafft’s ice cream and restaurant company' -died Wednesday at Uppergate Pavilion of Emory University in Atlanta after suffering from Alzheimer’s disease He was 64 Mr Shattuck was the grandson of Frank Garretthattuck founder of the Frank G Shattuck Co the company that operated the Schrafft’s restaurant -ice- dream and candy businesses He worked for the femily bittiness and was named vice president for design engineering and construction in December 1967a position he held until his retirement in 1974 As an adult he lived in several Westchester communities including Eastchester New Rochelle and He moved to 'Atlanta in and his brother Thomas Miner of Greenwich Funeral arrangements are being handled by McMahon Lyon A Hartnett Funeral Home in White Plains He was bora June 2 1924 to John Garrett and Grace Costello Shattuck in Mount Vernon He grew up in Pelham and attended long Preparatory School in New Rochelle - 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