One month after Elvis Presley turned 21, a bartender tossed the future King of Rock ‘n’ Roll out of a West Palm Beach saloon. It was between his 2 and 5 p.m. shows at the defunct Palms Theatre, and Elvis needed a drink. He strolled into Dude Dodge’s Marine Show Bar on Clematis Street and ordered a beer. But when he failed to produce an ID, the barkeep ordered him out. He didn’t recognize the pelvis-shaking singer with the jet-black pompadour.