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Lynch Dealer WW I TTl 111(1 tf IllSri-j IllSri-j IllSri-j J QCll tS IXCJJOVt A check of the inventory of Paul De Rosa, Lynch, Ky., liquor dealer, for the floor tax due last Saturday by agents of the Alcohol Alcohol Tax Unit, resulted in the discovery discovery of twenty-five twenty-five twenty-five cases of tax paid whisky in the nearby home of a relative, V. H. Kin-naird, Kin-naird, Kin-naird, investigator in charge of the local office, said yesterday. "When confronted with the discovery, discovery, De Rosa showed the investigators investigators where a cache of fifty cases of whisky and 200 cases of beer had been concealed. We suspected the inventory was not what it should be," Mr. Kinnaird said. He announced that action against the dealer will be taken in a day or so.

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 07 Nov 1942, Sat,
  3. Page 8

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