20 YEARS AGO
Chalk's International Airline, the largest seaplane airline in the world, was featuring a special flight over the "Devil's Triangle."
Monroe County officials said they planned to voluntarily reduce the number of female inmates in the jail rather than fight a contempt order by the Florida Justice Institute.
An estimated 300 Cubans in Key West were from the city of Regla, a fishing town with narrow streets and tiny houses less than 100 miles from Key West.
50 YEARS AGO
A fire that started at Swift's Camera Store, 602 Duval St., gutted the second floor of that building and the Democratic campaign headquarters.
All Cuban surveillance was lifted for two days while U.N. Secretary U. Thant was in Havana.
Most of the students who had left school because of the Cuban crisis were back. Most were military dependents who left to be with family.