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  • Mary L. Westuba of Melbourne Beach, Fla., who lived for 25 years in Saudi Arabia, died at a Suncoast Hospice Care Center in Florida on Saturday.
  • R. Randolph Richardson, a philanthropist whose experiences in the infantry in Germany during World War II affected his personal and political thinking for the rest of his life, died at the age of 89 at home in Amagansett after a long illness.
  • William Finley Lowe, a master machinist who designed and built machinery that was sold worldwide, died at home in Bridgehampton on Sunday of complications of hemophilia.
  • What's on the police logs this week.
    L. Gubar to 211 East L.L.C., 29 Cliff Road, .25 acre, Dec. 16, $1,425,000.
    N. and D. Zingarelli to W. Shea and Trust, 33 Beach Avenue, .14 acre, March 25, $1,025,000.

    M. Slayton, to R. Johnson and Hovsepian, 450 Middle Line Highway, 5.91 acres, March 17, $3,812,500.

  • The East Hampton Volunteer Ocean Rescue Squad in a flier wants it known that this week, beginning on Sunday, is National Beach Safety Week, and, in keeping with the theme, has provided the following desiderata:
  • Local sports schedule
  • East End Tick and Mosquito Control of Southampton has added a new pest-control division to its business under the name Twin Forks Pest Control. The company, owned by Brian Kelly, will now handle other unwanted indoor and outdoor creepy crawlies.
  • “All My Sons,” starring Alec Baldwin and Laurie Metcalf in Arthur Miller’s 1947 play based on a true story of industrial corruption during World War II, will open Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Guild Hall and run through June 28. Stephen Hamilton will direct.
  • During the run of its mainstage production “The New Sincerity,” Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor is filling the few empty slots on its calendar with new programs.

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