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A Non-Trifling Truffle Deposit

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A Non-Trifling Truffle Deposit

A Non-Trifling Truffle Deposit

A Non-Trifling Truffle Deposit

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Tens of thousands of people in South Florida still don't have power knocked out last week by Hurricane Katrina. When the power went out at Jan Lendi's candy shop in Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, she feared losing her entire stock. So she called the Colonial Bank, which had power — and saved the day. The bank allowed her to deposit $8,500 worth of truffles, nut clusters and other candy along with the cool cash in its vaults.

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