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Some memories of Miami and Dade County in the 50's, 60's and 70's. It was later torn down as a of "progress. Civic leaders are still working to make downtown more viable at night, which they haven't seen since the 50s and 60s. Going to movies in downtown Miami day or night because it was safe to go downtown and there were several theatres on Flagler Street. Shopping in the Little River area because the Northside Shopping Center hadn't opened yet for folks in the north end of the county. The county's bus system being owned by the Pawley family with blacks required to ride in the back of the buses for decades.
Dade County eventually bought the bus line from the family, along with the Beach and Gables bus systems and gave us a consolidated bus system. Beautiful blonde at ihop Perrine blvd of the classes were held in old rectangular barracks north of Scott Hall in the mid's. The Tropical Park horse racing track that had the early winter racing dates. Hialeah Race Track that had the prime winter racing dates and was packed with tourists every day it was open.
The Colosseum on Douglas Road - I remember it as a large bowling alley and a skating rink but it served other purposes during its life. The air raid sirens that went off county wide every Saturday at noon or 1pm to make sure they worked The Army Corps of Engineers federal property along Government Cut on the south tip of Miami Beach which somehow ended up with the city and then condo developers instead of becoming a public park Mr. I was the third expressway to fully open in Dade County, following the Sunshine State Parkway opening in and the Palmetto Bypass which opened in The next segment to open was in when the NW 95th Street to State Road 84 in Broward opened along with the Golden Glades Interchange, except for a four lane stretch near Ives Dairy Estates that had a red light and grade level intersection.
Also in plans were finalized for I's path through downtown Miami with two new spur routes, Interstate from I to the entrance to MacArthur Causeway, and Floridathe downtown distributor. The segment from I's planned southern terminus at U.
The Flagler Street to NW 20th Street segment finally opened in lateallowing travelers to finally drive from US1 to the Golden Glades interchange and points north without stopping for the first time.
The final construction project on the original I was the new interchange at Ives Dairy Road which started in Subscription costs in the 60's were 5 cents daily and 15 cents on Sundays - originally in the Tower on Biscayne Boulevard Freedom Tower and later moved to a new building on the Miami River and NW 7th Street.
They gave The Miami Herald some much needed competition. Coconut Grove was Beautiful blonde at ihop Perrine blvd of hippies, artists, braless ladies and a lot of pot Flamingo Park full of hippies and protestors during both the Democratic and Republican national conventions on Miami Beach, with nudity almost every night in the large pool The annual Youth Fair being held way out in the boonies on Kendall Drive "Kendall" meant the countywide juvenile detention center where the bad kids went when convicted of crimes - the really bad asses went there.
Kendall also had ren's Home where non-delinquent dependent children lived. Regal Beer and Blatz Beer breweries in NW Miami - both were awful but they were cheap The Rickenbacker Causeway had a drawbridge and a toll of 25 cents at the entrance to the causeway The Miami Marine Stadium on Rickenbacker where you could watch hydroplane races or rock concerts The cabanas you could rent daily at Crandon Park The deserted undeveloped beaches south of Crandon Park on Key Biscayne where you could walk with your girl, park a blanket and make out for hours on a weekend day without seeing anyone coming by to interrupt the passions The Crandon Park Zoo - I donated my three wild iguanas to their iguana island upon orders of the Hialeah Police who were fed up with hysterical calls from my neighbor ladies Pat Fargason for one The amusement park at Crandon Park with the miniature train ride around the park for 10 cents Beautiful Greynolds Park being full of young teens on weekends in the 60's and hippies in the 70's - great hippie chick memories forever!
Some were truly beautiful.
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It was enclosed and air-conditioned years later. It turned out that the ad was for Folger's Coffee mountain grown that was being introduced to area supermarkets. Alan Courtney had a talk show on at night which annoyed the music listeners. I got to push the button taking them off the air at sunset a few times because I delivered The Miami News to the station engineers there. Steve Alaimoa local rock and roll singer with national hit records - sang frequently at dances held at Hialeah Municipal Auditorium "The Place" on the west side of NW 7th Avenue near North Miami where teens went to dance to music performed by local and visiting rock and roll bands.
Get a Ticket"often played there.
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The popular Frank n Bun Drive-In was located closer to the same corner. That Playboy Club moved to LeJeune Road in the Miami Airport Inn, a hotel that was somehow approved money talks, reason walks despite its height and location under the approach to runway left at Miami International Airport. There was also a Playboy Club in the Playboy Plaza name correct?
Hotel at Collins Avenue, Miami Beach. The hotel lobby and bar area were beautiful. The club was located in the basement area of the hotel. The Bowlerama bowling establishment at NW 2nd Avenue and 79th Street The 79th Street Art Theatreone of the few adult movie theatres in the county The nudist camp on NW 27th Avenue across from the Pizza Palace in Carol City that was featured in a couple of movies The hundreds of young beautiful flight attendants who used to live in apartment houses in Miami Springs, especially along Royal Poinciana Boulevard, in the 60's and 70's.
Airline regulations at the time required that they quit if they married, got pregnant or failed to meet weight standards, so the turnover was high every five years or so. It will now become a Florida Army National Guard training center but the project is sure taking a long time to complete. By the time they move into the main base building it will need a new roof. The Coast Guard amphibious aircraft operating in the bay next to their base at Dinner Key prior to their move to Opa-locka Airport in the early 60's.
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Memories of old Miami and Dade County, Florida commentary - no photos - click on image to read Some memories of Miami and Dade County in the 50's, 60's and 70's. Type your message and click Add Comment It is best to or register first but you may post as a guest.
Enter an optional name and contact address. Name Name help private comment. Does anyone know him or remember him please? Thank you. He used to fix vintage cars as well. The original 4 room 2 story building which was built in was where my 4th grade class was. My mother attended school there in the 's My 4th class was the last to attend in They built a more modern school on th street.
Sadly they tore it down for a shopping center instead of deated it a historic landmark.
There was a lot of upset people who were sad to see it go. It was Pumpernicks. A side note. I am sure someone wolfed down grits and eggs there besides me.
Jeff Sep Not sure After they relocated, a record store call Good Sounds opened in that location. As for Jeffrey Perlman, you are incorrect. Luisa sure got around Luisa May I've lived in Miami almost 58 years, came in July Lived on S. Roberts' drug store used to have a TV set in a wooden cabinet in the lot with benches across the street. It was so cool we rode there a lot.
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There was a winn dixie also in the same area. The krispy kreme is still there. Too bad it wasn't. More random memories: 1 I actually knew a kid who claimed that "Tom-Guss-taff-sonnnn" was his father, but his name was neither Tom nor Gustafson, so he never got sung to. Then it seems they went to monthly, then stopped happening altogether, but I don't have a timeline for this.
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I used to pretend it was a UFO. It was about 8 or 9 at night, I think. No one else around me was facing the same way, or believed me, and it wasn't in the paper or on the news later. This was definitely not the same as the incident some others reported in the 's, though.
It was definitely or 2. I never figured out what it was, and don't suspect anything supernatural or extraterrestrial, even though people thought I was having ish space fantasy at the time, but I am very clear in my own mind it was real, whatever it was. I'm 58 now. I'm open to clues if anyone has any. But no, Johnnie and Mack were two different people, and we neither were, nor even related to, either of them.
The Springsteen song with the line about the house with the interstate running through the front yard reminds me of this, even though it's a Spanish neighborhood, not black, and the house was green, not pink. I think it was torn down in the s sometime. It became an El Fajardo music store, I think, then several other places, no idea if the building even still exists.
I lived in central Miami near the airport from infancy until