A year after the Screen Actors Guild pooh-poohed a proposed merger with the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, AFTRA is taking desperate measures. In order to cut the costs that the arranged marriage with SAG would have saved the organization, it is moving its headquarters from New York to Los Angeles, cutting its number of board members from 113 to 75, closing two of its 33 offices and replacing members' regular coffee with Folger's decaffeinated crystals.