Mrs. Bernice Daniel cut the ribbon to formally dedicate the Hemingway House as a museum honoring the memory of Ernest Hemingway.
The 62-foot shrimp boat was stolen from the dock on Stock Island and taken to Cuba by a man who requested political asylum.
Fire Chief Joseph "Bum" Farto was driving on Caroline Street in his official car when he was hit by a tourist. Both cars suffered damage but no injuries.
State Representative Jack Saunders announced he was a candidate for the state Senate. The second House seat, which he held, had been abolished.
The 29 Cuban fishermen held in the Monroe County jail for violating Florida fishing laws were having difficulty finding an American attorney to handle their defense.