National Affairs: Simply Remove the Bung

Long have U. S. citizens been peddled kegs of California and New York grape juice, destined to become wine in the citizens' homes. These were semi-bootleg sales, unnoticed by the Prohibition Bureau. There was no advertising, only a door-to-door canvass. But last week in Milwaukee there appeared large billboard and full-page newspaper advertisements for a grape concentrate called "Vine-Glo." Beside thin-stemmed glasses of ruby and amber liquids were the words: "You can't buy it from peddlers. Not on sale at any store. Never served in any restaurant-BUT YOU CAN HAVE IT DEPENDABLY AND LEGALLY...

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