Thank you to Bill Avery for contributing this image. This scene is the center of the "L" shaped shopping center, mostly shuttered up with hurricane shutters manufactured locally by Jones Shutter Products. Grables Bakery would be to the left along with Liggett Rexall, a music equipment store, a Western Auto and a Grand Union. To the right would be the Zenith TV dealer, Neisner's, G. C. Murphy's, Byrons (or was it Jackson's?) and the Palm Springs Theatre, along with numerous smaller stores and shops along the longer part of the "L" shaped center. Ruffy's was a restaurant owned by the Ruffino family whose two sons attended Immaculate Conception School with us.
It's strange but for some reason I remember Ruffy's a store or two to the left and there was another record store to the right of the above Ruffy's out of the photo with the storefront facing west and the sidewalk next to Ruffy's. Does anyone else remember that or are my brain cells malfunctioning?
This entire center section at the middle of the "L" in the shopping center is now a Winn-Dixie supermarket.