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Winona Republican-Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 15, 1949, Winona, Minnesota TONIGHT, FRIDAY VOLUME. 49, NO. 178 WINONA, MINNESOTA, THURSDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 15, 1949 FIVE CENTS PER COPY VELVET VOICE OF RADIO TWENTY-TWO PAGES Minton Named to Supreme Court Mankato Man Faces Mail Fraud Charge I St. Mankato, Minn., 'man was indicted today by a federal grand jury on a charge of mail! fraud in the sale of stylus operated pocket adding machines. Howard Gelb, assistant United States district attorney, identified 'the man as C. C. Walker, 47, head of the Business Machine Service Company at Alexandria. Gelb said Walker netted more than last year through sales of the ma- chines. Walker was arrested at his home in Mankato. He is scheduled for larraignment in Minneapolis federal court on September 27 along with i others indicted by the grand jury ithis week. Dulles, Lehman Enter New York Senate Race Contest Expected To Be Test of Truman Program New York The nation's Brust Awaits Arraignment At St. Paul only U. S. Senate contest this year starts officially in New York today Kenyon Centennial Cites Shopping Ease Kenyon, ease in phoning up the grocer for a sack of flour will be brought Into focus during Kenyon's Centennial jubilee. Two Kenyon couples left for Red Wing, 40 miles away, with two wa- gon loads of wheat. They will ex- change the grain for flour and start the return trip to Kenyon tomor- row. The idea is to show what ear- ly Minnesota settlers had to do to get flour. The couples are Mr. and Mrs. Peter Langemoe and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schreiber. They'll arrive home in time for opening of the jubilee which will continue through Sun- day. A queen will be crowned Friday, ,a parade and Centennial review with nominations of Senator set for Saturday along with dedi- Foster Dulles, Republican, and cation by Congressman August An Ingwald S, Stetnsland, 69, Minneapolis, front, right, steps from the federal court building in Minneapolis while trying to ar- range bond after he was named in a federal grand Jury indictment charging him with mail fraud and violation of securities reeulations. Federal investigators said Steensland's operations in which he used the name of the late Franklin D. Roosevelt, netted him
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