Monday, April 14, 2014

• The Armed Forces Disciplinary Control Board placed the Oldest Bar at 428 Greene St. off limits because it was considered a contact point for homosexuals.

• Former State Rep. Bernie C. Papy returned home after an operation and vowed to continue in the race to reclaim his old office.

• Lee Verchereau was elected president of the Lower Keys Chamber of Commerce in a meeting held at the Little Torch Tavern.

• A former Key West grocery store operator and local agent for American Express travelers' checks was arrested in Dade County for embezzling several hundred dollars from American Express. .