Pedro's Upholstery Shop, Delio Gonzales owner, was at 804 Catherine St.
The Monroe County Fair closed with an attendance record of 2,000 above the previous record of 35,000 set in 1963.
A crewmember of a shrimp boat stole 500 pounds of shrimp valued at $515, which he sold to a local restaurant for $200.
Paul Mansell was elected president of the Marathon Rotary Club at a meeting held at the Tarpon Lodge.
The members of the Key West Civil Service Board were Mel Levitt, Charles Felton, Police Chief Armando Perez Jr. and Neil Fleck.
The Maritime Proving and Evaluation Unit of the Royal Canadian Air Force conducted his annual exchange visit to VX-1 at the Naval Air Station in February. To commemorate the visit, the Squadron Leader presented the host with a curling stone, which is used in an old Scot sport that requires ice.