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Photograph courtesy of Dan Best
I remember going to goodners in the publix plaza in Tequesta and looking at all the fun toys, and helping my grandfather Mr. Coe check the TV tubs on the tester at the front of the store.
That plaza was there when my family moved to Tequesta in 1987 when i was 8. Goodners was there, too. I remember they sold “jellies,” those rubber slip on ladies’ shoes.
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