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Keenan operated the bakery only two years, selling the equipment to Ernest Bloedow, who managed the business for about six to eight years..After Bloedow took over, the baking was done at Blpedow's Bakery, 451 E. Broadway, where it been done since that time. Ctibor bought the business from Bloedow in 1957 and changed the name to the Boston Boston Cafe and Bakery. The building building is owned by the Winona Real Estate Agency. CTIBOR, i former vaudeville entertainer, musician and printer, printer, will partially retire. He will continue to operate the concession stands near the band- shell at Lake Winona and in Lake Lodge, just as he has last five years. He also will visit fairs and other celebrations celebrations with mobile concession units. During the fall and winter winter months he will do his magician act at various functions. The former Leo Ctibor's Orchestra Orchestra folded up about five years ago when Ctibor retired as a musician. The orchestra played in and around Winona for nine years but had been active since 1915. It played for dances in 37 states, mainly North Dakota and Montana, also performed on excursion boats and circuses. Ctibor owned his own carnival carnival in Minnesota for about six years. It was called North Star Shows. WHEN HE owned and operated operated the W C Printing at 119 E. 2nd 'St. for 18 he supplied theatrical needs plus local billboards and dance, carnival and circus posters. posters. A native of Winona, he Is the son of the late Charles and Rose Rezab Ctibor. He and his wife Mildred reside reside on Prairi. Island. They lave a daughter, Mrs. Joseph Jeanne) Tandeski, Carmichael, lif., a suburb of Sacramento, and one granddaughter. The new owner, Mrs. Myska, .ives at 414 Sioux St., with her ;wo daughters.