Monday, February 17, 2014

James A Flenner, registered real estate broker, was located at 416 Fleming St.

The Navy promised full cooperation in the move to obtain a nuclear-powered seawater desalination plant for the Keys and Key West.

The Key West fire chief announced that the department would start a 56-hour week to replace the old schedule of 60 hours a week.

A total of $3,300 was pledged for the Center of Hope in the telethon held on Sunday.

Leo H. Warren, 50, died at the naval hospital. He was a retired chief petty officer with the distinction of being the first Navy chief petty officer to be received by President Kennedy following his inauguration.

Norton Harris won the first golf title using the new 18-hole layout in the first championship under the new Key West Country Club.