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  •     Joseph Ferrante of East Hampton, a man of many talents who worked for 30 years at Brookhaven National Laboratories assisting scientists in the search for the source of matter, died on Oct. 2 at Stony Brook University Hospital at the age of 88. He had been in declining health and he was taken to the hospital by helicopter after an apparent heart attack.

  •     Robert S. Greene, a writer, New Orleans jazz musician, documentarian, and historian, died of lung cancer on Oct. 13 at home on Red Dirt Road in Springs at the age of 91. The illness had been recently diagnosed.

  •     Lucy Cuomo of Cranberry Hole Road, Amagansett, died yesterday at her daughter’s house in East Hampton. She was 89.

        Arrangements are being handled by Yardley and Pino Funeral Home on Pantigo Road in East Hampton, which can be phoned for times of visiting hours as well as details of Mrs. Cuomo’s funeral. The funeral service will take place at St. Peter the Apostle Catholic Church in Amagansett. A full obituary will appear in a future issue.

    S. Ray and J. Crasky to 51 Miankoma L.L.C., 51 Miankoma Lane, .58 acre, Aug. 2, $1,700,000.

    R. and J. Powell to S. amd M. Stein, 10 Addie Conklin Lane, .5 acre, Aug. 19, $1,236,000.
    E. Petrie to The Three P Corp., 5 West Drive, .534 acre (vacant), Aug. 19, $195,000.
    G. Nakano to L. Watinsky and Shenfeld, 31 Huckleberry Lane, Unit 29, Aug. 23, $702,500.
    E. Rote to G. and V. Ching, 36 Springwood Way, July 18, $621,000.

  • Rugby Loss
        The Montauk Rugby Club’s players were hard-pressed this past weekend, given that a match with Bayonne was sandwiched between the weddings of two club members, Tek Vakalaloma and James Rigby.

        Saturday’s 50-15 loss dropped the Sharks to 0-5 in Empire Union play — a record that has not been customary for a side that within the past decade has competed for national championships.

  • October 6, 1988
        The East Hampton High School field hockey team, which was to have played a formidable opponent, Westhampton, here yesterday, extended its winning streak to seven games earlier in the week, shutting out Mattituck in a game during which Bonac’s goalkeeper, Dawn DaCostafaro, never had to touch the ball.

  • Thursday, October 24
    GIRLS TENNIS, county team tournament, semifinal round, sites of higher seeds, 3 p.m.
    FIELD HOCKEY, East Hampton at Harborfields, 4:30 p.m.

    Friday, October 25
    BOYS VOLLEYBALL, East Hampton at Lindenhurst, 6 p.m.

    Saturday, October 26
    GIRLS VOLLEYBALL, East Hampton at Smithtown tournament, 8 a.m.
    RUGBY, Lansdowne Rugby Club vs. Montauk R.C., Herrick Park, East Hampton, 1 p.m.
    FOOTBALL, East Hampton at Wyandanch, 2 p.m.

  •     Capt. Dan King, a former president of the East Hampton Town Baymen’s Association and a former town trustee, and Marsha King, his wife, have begun a campaign in support of a historical novel they are putting together, “A Fine Day for Fishing,” documenting “the death of a centuries-old way of life played out on a sandy beach,” according to a release. That is, “the ban on hauling a seine to catch striped bass.”

  •      “Music, Milestones, and Remembrances,” a concert at the East Hampton Presbyterian Church, will celebrate the rebuilding of the church’s Steinway piano, the 50th anniversary of the Austin pipe organ in the sanctuary, and present reflections on the church’s history on Saturday at 7 p.m.

  •      “Aging Magician,” a new multimedia theater work about the journey of an elderly man to a Coney Island magic show, will be presented at the Watermill Center on Saturday at 4 p.m. With music composed by Paola Prestini, libretto and performance by Rinde Eckert, and design and direction by Julian Crouch, the production combines music, theater, puppetry, instrument making, and scenic design.

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