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  •     Elizabeth M. Lane, a Montauk resident known as Libby, died at her home on Edgemere Lane yesterday. She was 90 years old and had been in declining health.
        A resident of Montauk since she was 6 years old, Ms. Lane was a waitress at the Shagwong restaurant there for many years and a longtime and active member of the Montauk Community Church. She had many friends whom she cherished, and who cherished her, a friend, Beverly Kamensky, said.

  •     Linda E. Martin, a childhood resident of East Hampton, died surrounded by family and friends on May 1 in Charlotte, N.C., after a four-month battle with a particularly aggressive form of cancer. She was 51.

  •     Patrick Masone was a fighter, said Russell Masone, his son. He fought to regain his health so that he could remain in his house, on North Delphi Road in Montauk, with his son.
        “He really fought hard — that’s the only thing my cousin said to me,” Carol Gemon, Mr. Masone’s niece, said.

  •     Stella Kremer, a retired marriage and family therapist who had lived for many years in Barnes Landing and Elmont, died on May 3 in hospice in Delray Beach, Fla. She was 85 and had been receiving treatment for acute myeloid leukemia.
        For many years, Ms. Kremer, who was known as Dolly, and her husband, Dr. Herman Saling Kremer, had a house on Water’s Edge in Barnes Landing, Springs; it became their full-time home in the 1980s. After her husband died, she sold the house and moved to Huckleberry Lane in East Hampton.

  •     John E. Schaefer, 93, a founding member of the Noyac Golf Club who lived for 50 years in Noyac’s Northampton summer colony, died on April 13 at North Shore Hospital. He had been on kidney dialysis for the past 19 months.
        A native of Blue Point, where he grew up, Mr. Schaefer learned to golf as a caddie at the Rockville Links Club in Rockville Centre. He played throughout his life, past his 90th birthday.

  • East Hampton Town

    Seek Food Truck and Pool Bids

        East Hampton Town is soliciting bids from food truck vendors interested in leasing the exclusive right to sell at Gin Beach in Montauk. Bids must be received by 3 p.m. on Wednesday by the town’s Purchasing Department, which can provide specifications.

        Bids are also being sought for a rehabilitation — by marble dusting — of the pools at the Y.M.C.A. East Hampton RECenter. They are due by next Thursday.

  • Creative Awards
        The Montauk advertising and design firm blumenfeld + fleming, founded by Jill Fleming and Lynn Blumenfeld, has won four platinum and five gold Hermes Creative Awards.

  • AMAGANSETT
    A. Villa Jr. to J. Cooke and B. Warner, 210 Fresh Pond Road, .31 acre, March 28, $625,000.
    T. and D. Goldbergh to D. Lyon and S. Johnson, 77 Hand Lane, .74 acre, March 25, $2,500,000.

    EAST HAMPTON
    C. Myers to S. Spevakow, 17 Miller Lane West, .25 acre, March 25, $950,000.
    S. Singer (by executor) to J. and C. Panico, 5 Close Court, .92 acre, March 21, $725,000.
    Spielberg Properties to 500 MTK HWY L.L.C., 500 Montauk Highway, 1.27 acres (vacant), March 20, $1,650,000.

  • May 5, 1988
        Going into yesterday’s game here with Greenport, the East Hampton High School baseball team continued to hold onto first place in League Eight, at 9-1, with Mercy keeping pace at 7-2.
        East Hampton won all three games it played last week, finishing a sweep of the Southold series with 13-5 and 17-3 victories, and stopping Greenport 10-3.

  • Kids Day
        The Hampton Racquet Club at 172 Buckskill Road, whose executive director is John Graham, a popular children’s coach, is having a Kids Day from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday that, besides kids tennis clinics, will include potato sack races, egg races, field events, a scavenger hunt, face painting, a bouncy castle, and a family barbecue. The event is to benefit the East Hampton Day Care Learning Center and the Animal Rescue Fund of the Hamptons.

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