The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York on August 9, 1987 · 4
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The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York · 4

Port Chester, New York
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Sunday, August 9, 1987
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' i : B:' on fest-food restaurant !(“? v ' - ' " i ' ' the use would be consistent with the commercial character of the surrounding area ' The company needs the special : permit because restaurants are ' usually not allowed in that section of the city The proposal caine under heavy Are from residents of the 8outh :51de neighborhood who said the ' restaurant would ereate traffic and pollution problems and bring down wrd and South Columbus AvenueT property values Iff the area an acting state Supreme Court Jus- Corporation Counsel David Avstreih said the city will consider appealing the Justice’s ruling which was released last week Irwin Davison chairman of the Zoning Board of Appeals said Friday that he could not comment On the' decision until he had read it He said however that he believed the board made a "good (kith ded--sion based on the lkcts presented-to us" Mayor Ronald A Blackwood said he waa disappointed in the decision and said "residents’ rights should take priority over a non-resident’s rights” He said he believed the city would “pursue it 1 fhrther with the courts” 1 - toe has ruled that the board acted -Improperly - ” Justice Kenneth H Lange sit-tog in White Plains reversed the board’s decision of May 19 1988 calling Jt “arbitrary and capri- dpus" and ordered that the permit - be granted7 to KFC National Management Co of Louisville Ky ' J ' ' In his dedsion Lange said the boanl wai incorrect when it ruled "that the restaurant would be incompatible with the character of the neighborhood The judge used for evidence a Westchester County Department of Planning report submitted to the board that found PygaHwrmiuiswni retired engineer " ' Pyge Hermansen' a retired en-' gineer and Ibrmer Tarrytown resident' died Thusday in Berwick Pa at a nursing taint alter a long IlinesaXtowasgT- V He was born March 9UB0l In Arhus Denmark- to Charier and Margreta Petersen Hermansen and attended Denmark schools He later lived for five years in Venexuela where he worked as an engineer He married Inger Skotte Dec SI' 1948 In Caraeas Venesue-la The couple came to the United States in 1954 settling in Tarry-' town Before he retired in 1981 Mr Hermansen worked Air the now- deduct Ammann and Whitney Co in Manhattan' an' engineering design consulting company Mr Hermansen belonged to the American Association of Civil En- -gineers In addition to hli wife he is ' survived by a son Peter of Boston a daughter Tine Kepner of Berwick a brother Arne of Denmark and a sister- Tove Petersen of Denmark fit 4 Wfcr 1 -m- -Wfe 00Et0SB© Mary Maddens " rfetired billing clerk—— Mary ifaddeni of Mahopac a retired hardware company billing clerk and former longtime Yonkers resident died Saturday at Putnam Hospital Center in Carmel after a long illness She was 80 She was bom April 28 1907 in' Hungary to Stephen and Julie Ko-vacxMats In 1010 she came to the United Stages and settled in- Yonkers She graduated from Yonkers High SchooL : On Feb J4 1031 she married Joseph A Madden at SL Peter’s Church in Yonkers He died March 71947 ' Before she retired in 1904 Mrs Madden worked as a billing clerk 1 for the Ryan Hardware Co in Yonkers Mrs Madden waa a parishioner of St Peter’s Church in Yonkers' In January’ 1987 she moved from Yonkers to Mahopac Mrs Madden is survived by two daughters Geraldine Sprado of Mahopac and Lois Colet of Oxnard Calif a sister Betty Mata of Yonkers two brothers Michael Mata of White Plains and John Mata of Narragansett RI wild six grind' " children A son Sgt- Joseph A Madden of the Yonkers police department died July 22 1986 OT JWOTs1 -f' ' ' j Friday at home after a short illnesa He was 88 V- MrOarka’s flrstwtfe Unulino Watson Mod in Born July 1 1901 la Alexandria Va he was thni MLr"tr 5 ninth son of Anna and John Clarke r - Ha married Hattia Maxwell Dee 1 1971 - Hi iHumM and mdnaM fron ' Aleusdrii ' a Mr-1 Clarka was a awmber of tha Maeadonla schools and later gradJtodZm The Culinary insti- -Bsdist Church of Mount Vernon and waa aetlva to tote of Washington PC v : tha chnrcb’S ltonfeOutL1' ' -v- 'Mr Clarke had worked for the Fnnsytvaala Bail- Surrivora include Us ' wto of Kow Boehrito a road as a chef and cook for SO years retiring in July daughter Ursullne PhyUUi Dantaler of Moant yer-1087 Afterward he was a chef at the White Plains non and two granddaughters bkOojKiByi hospital ooffee shop waitress ul’ Lucille M Kelly a hospital colfoe shop waitress Thruway Diner both in Yonkers and resident of Yontaradied Friday at Community Hospital in Toms River NJ after a brief Illness She was 63 and had bean vacationing in New Jersey - -She was bora April 23 1934 to the Bronx to Libarto kI FOomena Aiinm— - hiSm She graduated from Evaqder Childs High School to the Bronx On Aug 14 1948 she married Gerald Kelly to Pelham The couple lived to Mount Vernon until 1955 ' when they moved to Yonkers : Mrs Kelly worked Ibr many years as 8 waitress at the Mount Vernon Hospital coffee shop She previously worked as a waitress at the Racewsy Diner end the Vidor Thomas laboratory chemist at Columbia-Nieves Press Victor Thomas a 28-year-old laboratoiy chemist 1978b and New Rochelle resklent formerly of Yonkers died Wednesday at New 'Rochelle Hospital Medical Center after suffering a heart attack ' He was born Dee 28 I960 to Morganlield KyH to Harold and Margaret Rudd Thomas The fhmily later moved to Yonkers where he graduated from Saunders Trades and Technical High School to Yonkers to For the (tost six montlu Mr Thomas worked as a chemist at the labratory st Cohiabia Nieves Press to Irvington - In eddition to his fether Harold Thomas of New BochrileKand his mother Margaret Rudd of Ossining Mr Thomas is sunrlvnd by twd brothen Harold Jr of Att1"1-! and Johnny of Morganfleld and a Diahanna Thomas of Henderson Ky J- lifelong Rye resident James H Hagele the manager of a Bye moving V died Saturday at United Hospital to Port Chester alter a brief illness He was 64-- He was bora an identical twin at United Hospital on Aug 2 1023 to Frederick and Catherine Norton Hagele He' attended Bye public schools graduating from Rye High School to 1941 As a US Army corporal from 1942 to 1945 he served as a radio technician with an artillery unit in Europe during World War II Mr Hagele married Adrienne Brown at tha Church of the Resurrection to Rye A June 17 1950 He started work as an office assistant at SH Graham Co a Rye moving company to the early 1900s Morgan and Brother Manhattan Moving and Storage Co Inc bought the company a'deende later and Mr Hagele managed tha Rye office until his death Mr Hagele was active to Rye community aflUrs and was known for' counseling many new Rye residents who were company customers on where to (tod businesses and services to the dty L ' He served for many yeiiri on the organisation committee of the William Jg Balls Memorial Field Day an annual Labor Day weekend event A member of the Bye Fish and Game Club Mr Hagele enjoyed Ashing on Long Island Sound in northern Westchester and lnTlhCatifcllls -He was an amateur photographer mid was often seen walking the flunily dogs Benny and Tex around Rye-' He was a parishioner aS&urch of the Baour-raietion and a Amner membm of its Holy Name Society ifjJ ' - Mr Hagdn is survived by his wife of Bye Ave daughters Teresa Foster am) Catherine Hagele of Rye Sharon Haviland of Mnniivoneck Franeea Spie-er of Paadlng NY and Christine SuDiyan of Lincoln RI his twin brother Jamas of Rye mid time other brothers WiUtom ofRye George of Port Cboter and John of Norotow Omul two sisters Ella Baker of Harrison and Loretta Watson of Mamaro-j neck and Awr grandchildren ' Another brother Frederick died beibre him DEATH NOTICES Of- ll V JjlL1 of Rvo NY an Auo 1 I0S7 (Mir of Aenoo Comm CeSIrie hours of Frod K MCSralh a Soi hour of 1 to 0pm Sorvtcos of (ha FUnom Hoorn o Auo 10 of UUOam NatVfest USA iwHosin Right now you can get the loan you want for the vacation you' Ve deserved for a long time So check out our low rates Then borne in or phone The loan you want is waiting for you Low Fixed Rate Low Monthly Payments ja C AO A Annual Percentage Rate IOaOU0 5 bar Personal Loan Forommpte Vyou borrow SSJI00 lor 5 years oech ofyour M monthly paymonte would bo Sl1S76'!UioaMnCago of our ollwr lypaa of low talt loans Including Auto Homo Impmusmant and Boat Loans Plosao call tor dalails fero or Money Mwfffittooount Thaw tow rmaa ami a Hsiaaa aRa ask and atay aa ataaam hy tha hank at any aaa ggmiiiROTenyiiifigyiwiwi (SUsur (aiitfEEnnunUH' "Si & National Westminster Bank USA a SlaAtfwal — — — f mavniw ov aw ffwonai vwsmmnar - 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