Tuesday, April 8, 2014

• Pinder's Café, with Emelina M. Pinder as owner, offered homemade desserts and was located at 901 White St.

• The U.S. Public Health Service announced it would begin a program for the eradication of the aedes aepytific mosquitoes that carry yellow fever. This program would be conducted in cooperation with the Monroe County Mosquito Control District.

• The Monroe County record of more than three months without a highway death ended when a Miami man was killed in a crash south of Islamorada.

• William T. Zerr was installed as commander of the Marathon Power Squadron in a change of the watch held at Colony House Restaurant.

• Twenty Colombian students arrived to take part in a two- week "Operation Amigo" at Key West High School.

• Lt. jg James F. Greene Jr. relieved Lt. jg James L. Shanower of command of the USCGC Cape Darby.