Monday, March 10, 2014

• The Gulf Pride service station, Russell F. Baker manager, was at 601 Truman Ave.

• An Argentine Air Force anti-submarine squadron crew was training with VS-30 at Naval Air Station Key West.

• Monroe County's Anti-Mosquito District was displaying the two twin-engine Beechcraft planes the voters approved last year.

• The 36-foot commerical fishing boat Shelia Ann, which was stolen from the A & B dock, was reportedly in Cuba.

• The House Armed Services Committee approved more than $1 million of military construction in Key West.

• When workers opened a wall at El Salvador Methodist Church at Grinnell and Virginia streets, they found a beehive containing more than 500 pounds of honey.