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  •     Dorothy Jean Goldfarb, who had a career in nursing before moving to East Hampton in the early 1990s, died on Saturday in New York City of a rare form of cancer. She was 81.
        She was born on Nov. 26, 1931, to Margaret S. Johnston, whose maiden name was Steele. Her father’s full name was not provided. She was born in Lonaconing, Md., and grew up there.

  •     Audrey Bateman Georges, a summer resident of Amagansett, died in her sleep in the early morning of March 6 from complications associated with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or A.L.S. She was diagnosed with the disease in 2009.

  •     Justine Kornelussen died on March 8 at home in East Hampton, where she lived for almost 50 years. She had been ill with lung cancer for a year and also had dementia, her son, Frank Kornelussen, said on Monday. She was 87 years old.

    M. Martin to Byck Designs, L.L.C., 75 Leeton Road, .17 acre, Feb. 7, $750,000.
    D. Stanzione to K. Cornick and E. Hoffman, 90 Meeting House Lane, .51 acre, Feb. 1, $1,550,000.
    M. Shafir to D.C.B. Trust, 18 Jacqueline Drive, .17 acre, Jan. 25, $2,850,000.

    V. Randazzo to D. Catanzaro, 3 Wooded Oak Lane, .61 acre (vacant), Jan. 24, $400,000.
    A. Marino Trust to R. and S. Bond, 83 Whooping Hollow Road (vacant), Jan. 29, $312,000.


  • April 7, 1988
        Shawn Turner set a new East Hampton High School high jump record of 6 feet 3 inches, and surprisingly good performances were recorded by hitherto-untried competitors in East Hampton-Pierson’s league season-opener here Tuesday with Mercy High School of Riverhead. East Hampton won the meet 106-19.

    April 14, 1988
        Another honor came Kenny Wood’s way on Sunday as Newsday named him to its 10-player all-Long Island boys basketball team.

  • Thursday, April 4
    GIRLS TRACK, East Hampton at Sayville, 4:30 p.m.
    BOYS LACROSSE, Kings Park at East Hampton, 4:30 p.m.
    BOYS TRACK, Sayville at East Hampton, 4:30 p.m.

    Friday, April 5
    BASEBALL, East Hampton at Mount Sinai, 4:30 p.m.
    GIRLS LACROSSE, Sayville at East Hampton, 4:30 p.m.
    BOYS TENNIS, Southampton at East Hampton, 4:30 p.m.

    Saturday, April 6
    SOFTBALL, Bayport-Blue Point at East Hampton, nonleague, 11 a.m.

  •     From 6 to 9 tonight there will be no-charge swing dancing to the Max Feldschuh Quintet, as well as free lessons in the basics, at a bandstand night at 230 Down, the bottom level of 230 Elm Street in Southampton.

  •     Mick Hargreaves and Pete Mancini will embark on a tour of mid-Atlantic states on Wednesday. The musicians will perform material from their respective catalogs in an acoustic duet format. The tour, lasting through April 27, will take the duo to venues in New York City, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington, D.C., and Virginia, as well as across Long Island.

  •     On Saturday at 6 p.m. at the Watermill Center, Marc Robinson will trace the many variations and meanings of the small hand gestures that make up most of the action in the opera “Einstein on the Beach.” He will follow the opera from its 1976 premiere to its 2012 restaging, drawing on research from the Einstein archives at the Columbia University Library and the Byrd Hoffman Water Mill Foundation.

  •   Barbara Hellering will give an illustrated talk on “Jane Austen: Her Writing, Her World” at the Montauk Library on Sunday at 3:30 p.m. Ms. Hellering will discuss the author’s life and work, breaking down the locations and historical events in her writing to place her characters more fully in their world.
        Ms. Hellering, a resident of Riverhead who is a member of the Jane Austen Society of America, believes Austen’s popularity can be attributed to the enduring nature of her subjects, from love and marriage to economic well-being.

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