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  •    Four days of performances, exhibitions, demonstrations, and food will kick off at 3 p.m. tomorrow at the 67th annual Shinnecock Reservation powwow, one of the largest in the country. Over 100 tribes and 100 vendors will be on hand.

        Activities include native drumming and dance performances, an art display, crafts, food, raffles, and fire lighting at sunset. Contests will be held with $50,000 in prize money.

  • Eileen Roaman, a longtime resident of Accabonac Road in Springs, gardener, and former member of the East Hampton Town Planning Board and the Springs Ambulance Company, died of cancer at Southampton Hospital on Monday. She was 54, and had been ill for some time.
  •     Patricia Marie Dext, who with her husband had worked in, managed, or helped build many of Montauk’s motels and restaurants, died at Stony Brook University Hospital on Sunday with her family by her side. She was 79 and had been ill, her family said.

        The Breakers, the Tipperary Inn, the Montauk Motel, the Flying Fish restaurant, and the Star Island Yacht Club were among the establishments she and her husband had a hand in.

  •     Adelaide Lizza, a third-generation Amagansett native known as Tea to friends and family, died on Aug. 17 in Palm Bay, Fla., where she had been living recently with her children. She was 78 years old.

        Mrs. Lizza was born at the family house on Amagansett Main Street on May 4, 1935, to Dr. Frederic Finch and the former Frances Hammond. She was the youngest of seven siblings, and the last survivor.

  •     Dann Rogers Tucker, who in recent years was a year-round resident of East Hampton, died on Aug. 2 in Portland, Ore., of complications following heart surgery. He was 60 and had moved to Portland in June.

  •     Eugene Francis Makl, a “driving force” and active member of the East Hampton Trails Preservation Society, said Richard Whalen, a co-vice president of the group, died on Aug. 9 at his apartment in New York City. Mr. Makl, who was 80, had been ill with cancer for four months.

  •     Adolph Notel Jr., a former Amagansett resident who was known as Sonny, died on Sunday in Baltimore. He was 79. A memorial will be announced, and an obituary will appear in a future issue.

    J. and C. Fry to R. Lerner, 30 Private Road, .58 acre, July 5, $2,050,000.
    M. Hayden and S. Grimaldi to HEJS7 L.L.C., 7 Devon Woods Close, 1.8 acres (vacant), June 27, $725,000.
    M. Hayden to HEJS9 L.L.C., 9 Devon Woods Close, 1.6 acres (vacant), June 27, $725,000.
    Amagansett Beach Box to Casa Di Bianco Sabia, 1932 Montauk Highway, .17 acre, July 1, $975,000.
    J. Accardi Jr. to K. Law, 10 Hampton Lane, June 26, $1,550,000.
    H. Abady to J. and C. Fry, 108 Central Avenue, .32 acre, June 28, $2,505,000.

  • Downs Titles
        The following won golf titles at Montauk Downs Saturday: Graham Bruwer, championship flight, with a gross score of 86. John Kernell, A flight, with a gross score of 82. Jeff Dickson, B flight, with a net score of 68. Jim Johnson, C flight, with a net 83. Valinda Valcich, women’s A flight, with a net 73. Joan Falcetta, women’s B flight, with a net 76.

    Polo Final

  • Thursday, August 29
    HAMPTON CLASSIC, featured events include $10,000 Sam Edelman Equitation championship, Grand Prix ring, 1:30 p.m.; $5,000 En Trust Junior Jumper Classic, 8 a.m., and $5,000 Strong’s Marina Amateur Owner Jumper Classic, Jumper Ring 2, and $2,500 Marshall & Sterling Adult Amateur Hunter Classic, Hunter 2 ring, 1:30, Snake Hollow, Bridgehampton showgrounds.

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