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DISTILLING GO. IS REORGANIZED Frankfort Distilleries, Inc., to Be In Production In Thirty Days. Reorganization of the Frankfort Distillery Company under the name of Frankfort Distilleries, Incorporated with offices in the Columbia Build ing, was announced Thursday by W. H. Veeneman, the new president. Other officers of the new organization organization are: Vice presidents, w. J. Schoen and E. D. Slater; chairman; of the executive committee, Lawrence Jones, Jr., and chairman of the board or directors, Samael C. Miller. Mr. Veeneman has been connected with the Frankfort Distillery Company twenty-eight twenty-eight twenty-eight years amd Mr. Miller for thirty-five thirty-five thirty-five years. Mr. Veeneman explained that the new concern is a continuation of the bid company under new officers. Other distillery concerns under con trol of the company are Paul Jones & Co., Meadville Distillery company, Mattingly & Moore Distillery Com pany, Jefferson County Distillery Company, the Small Gram Distillery Company, and the Antique Distillery Company. The company will have four dis tilleries operating within thirty days with an output of 30.000 gallons a day,, Mr. Veeneman said. Two of these distilleries will be in Kentucky and two in Baltimore, Md., he said. The concern, representing an in vestment of $10,000,000, will keep 50 per cent of its operations in Kentucky Kentucky and the other half in Mary land. It will manufacture Antique, Four Roses and Paul Jones bra"nds. according to the announcement.

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 17 Nov 1933, Fri,
  3. Page 30

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