Beer, Rabbits and Poultry (April 1950)

Posted: January 18, 2011 in history, prohibition

On the first week of April 1950, Owen McDougall of the Majestic Ballroom and Frankie Gould of the Crystal Ballroom had requested that the city penal code be amended to permit selling beer in their ballrooms. They said sale of beer was needed to help meet operation costs. However, members of the council’s ordinance committee turned made their beer go flat by turning down their request.

But the council’s ordinance committee came up with a poultry and rabbit slaughter policy, needed because without it, poultry and rabbit growers are unable to sell their products in San Pedro, Wilmington and Los Angeles,

Beer is not involved in the slaughter policy.

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