LABOR: Cheap Bar

Many an interior decorator has made profit and reputation by designing and outfitting elaborate drinking rooms in smart U. S. homes (TIME, Sept. 9). For homes in the medium income brackets, specially constructed bars are purchasable at about $200. Last week the Woodworkers' Guild, No. 103 Lafayette St., Manhattan, reasoning that liquor drinking also occurs in homes at the bottom of the income scale, and that poor people might also prefer to imbibe in stylish and fashionable surroundings, offered such drinkers a collapsible bar with a real brass rail for the sum...

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