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  • Dr. Bertram E. Bromberg, a distinguished plastic and reconstructive surgeon who summered in Montauk for nearly 50 years from 1959 to 2008, died on June 22 in Jupiter, Fla. The cause was congestive heart failure; he had been ill for six months.

    Dr. Bromberg, who was 96, enjoyed gardening as well as sportfishing and continued to fish into his 90s, said his daughter, Betzy Bromberg. He began living in Jupiter year round in 2008.

  • Rosakate Levy Dellon Bonomo, a retired New York City educator who had a house in Springs for nearly four decades, died in the city on July 22. She was 85, and had been ill for about a year.

        Locally, Mrs. Bonomo was active with the Friends of Guild Hall and the Springs Improvement Society. She and her late husband, Michael J. Bonomo, were among the founders of the LongHouse Reserve’s volunteer program, and Mrs. Bonomo also worked on behalf of the East Hampton Day Care Learning Center, now known as the Eleanor Whitmore Early Childhood Center.

  • Mary Ann Gauger, a lifelong resident of Sag Harbor, died at home in her sleep on July 22. She had been diagnosed with cancer years ago, her family said. She was 80 years old.

  • Arthur Prager of Sag Harbor and New York City died on Friday morning at home on Washington Square in Manhattan. He would have been 92 in August.

  • Amagansett

    ­On July 21, two bicycles were stolen from a rack on a back porch at a house on Cliff Road. Howard Schneider described them as a red 26-inch women’s Schwinn Streamliner, which had been purchased the day before, and an older maroon 26-inch women’s mountain bike with a large seat. The new bike, which had cost $650, had an Amagansett Beach Company sticker on the base of the frame.

    F. Furman (by executors) to Thirban Realty Holdings, 50 Broadview Road, 1.9 acres, May 6, $11,400,000.

    M. Shnayerson to S. Stein, 47 Meadows East, .92 acre, May 27, $1,050,000.
    J. and A. Chmielewski to B. and C. Mulvey, 134 Corwith Avenue, .32 acre, May 16, $2,798,500.

    M. and C. Dion to D. Wray, 28 Wooded Oak Lane, .6 acre, May 23, $697,500.
    T. and K. Wright to McGowan Trusts I and II, 1 Sally Court, .6 acre, May 5, $2,360,000.

  • Softball Tourney

    The Travis Field memorial scholarship fund is to benefit from a free-swinging coed softball tournament that is to begin at the Terry King ball field in Amagansett today at 5 p.m. Games are to be played there from 5 p.m. tomorrow, and on Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. each day. The rain dates are Aug. 7 to 10. About 30 games are to be played over the tournament’s four days.

    Rotary Races

  • Thursday, July 31
    BENEFIT SOFTBALL, Travis Field memorial tournament, opening games, Terry King ball field, Abraham’s Path, Amagansett, 5 p.m.
    BEACH VOLLEYBALL, league games, Kirk Park Beach, Montauk, 6 p.m.

    Friday, August 1
    BENEFIT SOFTBALL, Travis Field memorial tournament games, Terry King ball field, Abraham’s Path, Amagansett, 5 p.m.

    Saturday, August 2
    RUNNING, East Hampton Rotary Club 10K and 5K races, Fresh Pond, Amagansett, 9 a.m., check-in, 8-8:45.

  • “Jazz Goes to the Movies,” a free program of Hollywood film music performed by four East End jazz artists, will be presented Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Montauk Library.

    Vanessa Trouble is a jazz vocalist who performs regularly in Manhattan and on the East End, including, last Saturday, at the Parrish Art Museum’s members’ reception in Water Mill.

    Bob Stern, a full-time Montauk resident, has been playing the violin for 50 years, in styles ranging from Baroque to country to jazz.

  • Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor will present Carlos Mencia on Monday at 8 p.m. as part of its Comedy Club series. A performance at an open mike night at the Laugh Factory in Los Angeles launched Mr. Mencia on the path to a successful stand-up career, a popular series called “Mind of Mencia” on Comedy Central, comedy specials on HBO and Comedy Central, and film and television appearances.

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