Issue: 19660701

Friday, July 1, 1966
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Esquire
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SEAGRAM-DISTILLERS COMPANY: 100 Pipers
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SEAGRAM-DISTILLERS COMPANY
100 Pipers
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c/o Book-of-the-Month Club, Inc.
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c/o Book-of-the-Month Club, Inc.
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BOOK-OF-THE-MONTH CLUB
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BOOK-OF-THE-MONTH CLUB
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Superscope, Inc.
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Superscope, Inc.
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CONTENTS FOR JULY, 1966
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masthead
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Esquire
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LANVIN
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'That Man'
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PUBLISHER'S PAGE
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Time to take stock of what’s good about Detroit
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A.G.
For a third of a century now, Esquire has been receptive to new ideas, and acted as a conductor of them, in all the arts of living, and in particular in the pursuit of its originally announced objective: the enjoyment and improvement of the new leisure.
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The Muter Company
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The Muter Company
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BACKSTAGE WITH ESQUIRE
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BACKSTAGE WITH ESQUIRE
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Dearly beloved, we are gathered together in the pages of Esquire to incorporate one amendment. Our recommendations for A Stylish Marriage in the May issue included a dinner jacket for a formal daytime wedding. We meant to say “dark suit,” of course, since dinner jackets should never be worn before six.
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The Jos. Garneau Co.
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The Jos. Garneau Co.
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CAPITOL RECORD CLUB
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CAPITOL RECORD CLUB
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THE "G" GRIP CORP.
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THE "G" GRIP CORP.
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THE SOUND AND THE FURY
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THE SOUND AND THE FURY
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In your May issue, you do not only broadcast a wish that the C.I.A. would dry up and blow away, you also wish that dubious fate onto the sexual urge. When will you people realize some things are necessities? GREGORY SCOTT Phillips Exeter Academy Exeter, N.H.
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Old Spice
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THE BRITISH MOTOR CORP.
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THE BRITISH MOTOR CORP.
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Esquire_19660701_0066_001_0018.xml
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J. M, McCUNN & CO., INC.
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J. M, McCUNN & CO., INC.
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SIR
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RECORD CLUB OF AMERICA
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RECORD CLUB OF AMERICA
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ACUSHNET GOLF BALLS
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ACUSHNET GOLF BALLS
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RECORDINGS
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RECORDINGS
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MARTIN MAYER
You have heard (else where have you been?) about the police-man who dragged the dead horse around the corner onto Main Street because he couldn’t spell Kosciuszko Street. The music business has been having the same problem recently. On at least one occasion during the last year, have left a name off a list of conductors because the name was Stanislaw Skrowaczewski; and, obviously, if you don’t have it before you, you can’t write it.
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A BALSA HOTEL
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A BALSA HOTEL
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Rockefeller Center
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Rockefeller Center
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WIDE-LITE CORPORATION
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WIDE-LITE CORPORATION
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SAWYER'S
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SAWYER'S
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MEM COMPANY, INC.: English Leather
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MEM COMPANY, INC.
English Leather
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Sprite
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BRIEF
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THE POSTMAN
No machine ever delivered the mail on time, or gave a biscuit to a dog
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Bernard Venables
There were few mornings when I did not meet Fred on the hill; any day except Sunday he would come, pushing that heavy-duty Post Office bike, smiling his browneyed, brown-skinned smile. It will be strange not meeting him anymore. He will not be bringing our letters and parcels again, and we made a presentation to him on the green, a pocket watch and a bit of a check to go with it.
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American Express
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American Express
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UNIROYAL
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UNIROYAL
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CALVERT DIST. CO.
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CALVERT DIST. CO.
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Cadillac
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Cadillac
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Bausch & Lomb, Rochester: Ray-Ban Sun Glasses
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Bausch & Lomb, Rochester
Ray-Ban Sun Glasses
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BOOKS
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BOOKS
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MALCOLM MUGGERIDGE
I never thought to care much for anything written by Simone de Beauvoir. The Mandarins, The Second Sex are far too solemn and portentous for me. I see Mme. de Beauvoir as a sort of Harriet Martineau de nos jours; an old-fashioned bluestocking and feminist, Donna Quixote, with Sartre for Sancho Panza, mistaking a flock of bourgeois sheep for a mighty army.
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RENFIELD IMPORTERS, LTD.: MARTINI & ROSSI
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RENFIELD IMPORTERS, LTD.
MARTINI & ROSSI
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GORDON'S DRY GIN CO.
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GORDON'S DRY GIN CO.
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Esquire, Inc.
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Esquire, Inc.
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KINGS MEN
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TRAVEL
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TRAVEL NOTES
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RICHARD JOSEPH
Taken together, Spain (see To Live In Madrid, page 90) and Portugal form Europe’s most logical travel package. Cut off from the rest of the continent by the Pyrenees, they have shared a mutual history, including half a millennium of Moorish occupation, that gives them a character different from other Western European countries.
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FIAT MOTOR COMPANY, INC.
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FIAT MOTOR COMPANY, INC.
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HEINEKEN
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GREAT BOOKS
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“Mmmmmmmmmmmmm! So you never fought in Vietnam?”
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PENNSYLVANIA BRAND ATHLETIC PRODUCTS
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PENNSYLVANIA BRAND ATHLETIC PRODUCTS
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CLAIROL INC.: GREAT DAY
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CLAIROL INC.
GREAT DAY
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RCA VICTOR
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RCA VICTOR
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THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING CORR.
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THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING CORR.
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MEXICAN GOVERNMENT TOURISM DEPARTMENT
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MEXICAN GOVERNMENT TOURISM DEPARTMENT
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SEAGRAM DISTILLERS COMPANY
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SEAGRAM DISTILLERS COMPANY
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Articles
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The Silent Season of a Hero
The silent season of a hero
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Gay Talese
<p>It was not quite spring, the silent season before the search for salmon, and the old fishermen of San Francisco were either painting their boats or repairing their nets along the pier or sitting in the sun talking quietly among themselves, watching the tourists come and go, and smiling, now, as a pretty girl paused to take their picture.</p>
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“I like mine the way Mao likes his: cooked just enough for the grains to be fluffy without sticking together."
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NEW LIVING SPACE
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An Aquarium for People
Down to the sea in houses; restive vacationer, soon you will be able to live on, in and under water
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Joan Gould
The latest triumph of our technocracy, controlled environment, offers some of you fast-steppers out there the opportunity to live with style in places where no one has been able to live before. Set a little aside now against 1971 when you will be able to build afloat, descending at will in your living room to watch the ichthyofauna.
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NEW LIVING SPACE
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The Inner Workings of Seaworthy Digs
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Wearing a crown and royal robes, Alexander the Great sat on a throne in a barrel made of glass and was lowered beneath the surface of the water, or so the legend goes. Under the protection of an angel and supplied with food, he watched the creatures of the deep.
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Articles
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The Politics of Beauty
Is it up to Congress to decide how many trees shall grow in Brooklyn, or how many billboards by the public highway?
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William F. Buckley, Jr.
<p>It is a thesis of the literature of protest against the way physical America is shaping up that external harmony is necessary for the repose of the soul. I suppose I am not absolutely certain that this is so, but I do know that it is so for some people (for instance myself), though not necessarily for those people who, according to fashion’s book, are the most to be admired in the human race.</p>
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LONDON: LIVELY, LITERATE, LEAL
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LONDON CHARIVARI 1966
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It means "discordant medley; a cacophony of sound,” and in London today it is the most beguiling sound on earth. Some of the noisemakers, at left and on following pages, disagree. Everything in England is rotten, Christopher Booker wrote in these pages five months ago.
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LONDON: LIVELY, LITERATE, LEAL
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THE ENGLISH PRESS: nasty, obsolete, the best in the world
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Karl E. Meyer
Compared with New York, if the truth be told, London is hopelessly retrograde. Try as it may, London has yet to achieve the megalopolitan triumph of a water shortage or power blackout. Natives can walk safely in parks at night. They can also get a seat on the bus, or a theatre ticket at a modest price.
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LONDON: LIVELY, LITERATE, LEAL
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MAGAZINE: CHAOTIC, IMITATIVE—THE LIVELIEST ANYWHERE
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Nine years ago, English magazines appeared to be edited by elves for people who went to hunt balls. Sepia reigned. Then the man third from left bought an archaic society magazine called Queen. He joyously broke with tradition, threw out words, threw in color, scrambled layouts and incorporated the best of American magazines.
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LONDON: LIVELY, LITERATE, LEAL
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MOVIEMAKING: slow, damp— and better now than Hollywood
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Some familiar faces in our favorite setting. They’re in town because jobs are; the world’s film industry has moved here. Just a few years ago English films meant Alec Guinness, “little”comedies. Then there was Tom Jones. Color, action, sex on top of culture.
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LONDON: LIVELY, LITERATE, LEAL
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THEATRE: kinky, arrogant and frankly magnificent
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Richard Gilman
One day early last March a prospective theatregoer in London (a person, let us assume, of more than routine taste and expectations) could have chosen from among the following offerings, almost all of them well acted, a few of them brilliant examples of regenerated theatrical techniques and directorial imagination:
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LONDON: LIVELY, LITERATE, LEAL
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STAGE DESIGN: bogged in tradition—startlingly new
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The freshest thing about the London theatre is the way it looks. A new crop of scenic designers has come forward with the message that things can be as rough onstage as out front. Their view-point has jarred the English public; their work is beginning to have an influence in the U.S. London stage sets used to be tawdry and ill-lit.
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LONDON
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And at Long Last They Are Doing Something About the Food
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John Crosby
<p>I realize the idea of going to London to eat upsets hallowed tradition. For all its attractions, London was supposed to offer fare that varied only occasionally from boiled beef, overcooked vegetables and grey monotony. But that was yesterday.</p>
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POLITICS
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The Best Man’s Wife
In back of every great man is a woman. The great man in Alabama is George Wallace. His wife, however, is in front of him
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Jack Richardson
<p>MONTGOMERY: FRIDAY, MARCH EIGHTEEN. Having taken an early-morning flight from New York, napped most of the afternoon in Jefferson Davis Hotel. Since only other guests for weekend seemed to be young Salvation Army members, hotel proved excellent for naps at all hours.</p>
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Articles
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The Girl of the Year, 1938
’Tis paid with sighs aplenty / And sold for endless rue And I am four-and-forty / And oh, ’tis true, ’tis true....
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Bernard Weinraub
<p>Brenda stood with Mummy and received guests on the right-hand side of the ballroom suite. On the balconies the Louis XVIII plinths were filled with yellow chrysanthemums, calla lilies and gold branches. Waxen Easter lilies and gold-veined cellophane leaves flanked the downstairs entrance to the suite and white blossoms and sprays of golden leaves were hung across the stairway balustrades.</p>
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Fiction
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The Recognitions
Once you become famous, nobody knows who you are
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Arthur Miller
<p>Seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars. Minus the ten-percent commission, that left him six hundred and seventy-five thousand spread over ten years. Coming out of his agent’s building onto Madison Avenue he almost smiled at this slight resentment he felt at having to pay Billy the seventy-five thousand.</p>
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"I sent a hundred bucks to Martin Luther King today, just in case."
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THE LAWN PARTY
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Return to a Long, Cool Summer
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If you are a little distressed by the thought of another barbecue on the patio or a sandy B.Y.O. beach party this summer, consider this gentle, almost forgotten, way out: gather fifty or so friends together on a long green lawn in the late-afternoon sun.
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THE LAWN PARTY
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SERENITY I: Reversing the trend
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That’s Taittinger fizz at left, not beer foam, and cold golden turkey at right, not charcoal-broiled steak. You will observe no funny aprons, no Bermuda shorts with ankle socks. This is a lawn party, and if you are inclined toward such it will take some doing: calculating approximately $25 a guest, you’ll need a small orchestra, a canopy for serving and dancing, a chef, ten butlers, two bartenders, four maids.
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THE LAWN PARTY
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SERENITY II: Long, cool drinks
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THE LAWN PARTY
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Four Long Cool Formulas By Mr. Arthur Treacher
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Articles
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The Detroit Revolution
U.S. auto makers have finally caught up with the tastes of the public. And, believe it or not, that’s revolution!
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David Ash
<p>For most of its history as the capital of a huge automotive empire, Detroit has rotated majestically on its own axis, resisting major changes in direction and making minor ones at its sole discretion. During those years General Motors, whose Gross National Product is bigger than Brazil’s, stabilized not only the industry but the economy.</p>
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Inquisition with Impunity
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Questions and Answers About Conservatives
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Eric Thompson
<p>What is a conservative? A conservative is a person who believes in certain basic political, economic, and social principles. What is the central belief of conservatives? That Eleanor Roosevelt was laughable. What else do conservatives believe?</p>
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Travel
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To Live in Madrid
Spain’s greatest city is suddenly wide-awake: it "swings like a pendulum do”
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Richard Joseph
<p>Madrid today is a city nobody really knows. Vortex of a social and economic revolution that is obscuring class lines and shattering centuries-old mores, the Spanish capital is changing so fast that Madrileño diplomats returning from overseas posts are strangers in their native city.</p>
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ARTICLES
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A White Slumlord Confesses
He owns a house in Watts. He wants to do the right thing. He keeps a gun
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Barding Dahl
It was almost a game up to the moment he offered you the gun. He said he had no further use for it; the implication was that you would. He had put one of his tenants in jail for rifling someone’s apartment. The fellow had sworn vengeance and was due out in a few weeks, lending a special urgency to the sale of the house.
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FICTION
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Harry Belten and the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto
If a thing is worth doing, surely it is worth doing badly
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Barry Targan
<p>Alice Belten labored up the thin wooden outer stairway leading to Josephine Goss’s tiny apartment above Fulmer’s dress shop. She opened the weather-stained door, streamed into the limited sitting room, and cried, “Oh, Josie. I think my Harry’s going crazy.”</p>
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WEARABLES
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International Outerwear
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Always a good indication of coming fashion trends, the foreign markets are serving notice there will soon be a new look in outerwear. From Brioni in Rome, the duo at left: a double-breasted short, side-vented outercoat, and a pullover in matching fabric, with knit sleeves, turtle-neck inset.
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WEARABLES
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The New Tyrolean
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The hat you see to the right is modeled after the perennially popular yodeler’s hat, but with a difference. The peak has a small dent, the front a more gradual slope and the back is sharply upturned. Always a favorite for sports and casual wear, this Tyrolean with a new silhouette is catching on all over Europe.
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Bold Sweaters
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The trend is to large, bold patterns in such sweaters as these from England and France. The British shetland pullover with big diamond design in dark blue-green and black has a saddle shoulder. From Simpson's of Piccadilly, London (about $17).
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WEARABLES
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International Color Trends
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Two important color stories emerged from Esquire’s latest scouting tour of Europe: Mandarin (an orangy-brick-rust tone, seen in London) and the combination of red and brown, very much a part of the Italian fashion scene. A red-and-white-striped broadcloth shirt by Baratta in Milan (top, at left) was especially designed for today’s shaped suits.
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WEARABLES
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Convertible Shoes
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By all odds one of the most creative developments in footwear abroad has been the convertible shoe, which our fashion editor found chiefly in Italy. At left is a slip-on of moccasin design in polished antelope. A simple change of straps converts it from a buckled strap, as shown in the full picture, to a snap closure (as pictured in the detail).
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GREAT CLUBS OF THE WORLD
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The Jockey of Paris
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Jockey Club of Vienna? Ja wohl. Italian Jockey Club? Si, signore. Belgian Jockey Club? Ah oui, bien sur. Jockey Club of New York? Yes, and for that matter, Jockey Clubs of Bucharest and Jassy, of Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro, even of Istanbul.
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HOLLYWOOD
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Th' Respawnsibility of bein' J... Jimmy Stewart. Gosh!
The art of bumbling raised to a myth: for thirty-four years he has played the fall guy who will not be felled
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Peter Bogdanovich
<p>William Smith Jefferson Smith Ben McKenna Jeff McNeal was bornandraised in LansingMichigan Muncie MiddletownOhio FortDodge grew to sixfootfour but had a way (which wasn't easy) of keeping his head down and looking up at you; stuttered, stammered; was great at basketball, better at baseball; a Boy Scout leader; wore his hair slicked down ("Jus’ like a kid goin’ t’ Sund’y School”); hemmed, hawed; had a nasal stuffed-jaw voice that shook when he whispered, that you could tell a block away ("I don’t s’pose you’d . . . m’by . . . shlow down on your way through Fort Dawdge an’ m’by . . . drawp by?”); took his hat off coming into your house.</p>
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SEAGRAM DISTILLERS COMPANY: Seagram’s Extra Dry
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SEAGRAM DISTILLERS COMPANY
Seagram’s Extra Dry
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THE LAWN PARTY
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ELIXIRS FOR THE LONG, COOL SUMMER
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. . . No one, perhaps. But, by holding a tall cool drink in your hand, you can lower your temperature and lift your spirits this hot July. Now, simpler things must be considered to augment the complex potions described by Arthur Treacher for the lawn party (Serenity I and Serenity II) or, for that matter, everyday drinking.
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The President of Schweppes (U.S.A.) Ltd.
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The President of Schweppes (U.S.A.) Ltd.
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The Sardis Luggage Co.
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The Sardis Luggage Co.
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U.S.Virgin Islands Rum Council
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U.S.Virgin Islands Rum Council
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Gentlemen’s Quarterly
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Gentlemen’s Quarterly
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Colonia, Inc.: 4711
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Colonia, Inc.
4711
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NORFOLK-HILL, LTD.
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NORFOLK-HILL, LTD.
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KODAK
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AIR-INDIA
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"Helen, I've found myself!"
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ESQUIRE’S GOOD GROOMING GUIDE
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Esquire
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British Overseas Airways Corporation
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British Overseas Airways Corporation
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Ehrenreich Photo-Optical Industries, Inc.
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Ehrenreich Photo-Optical Industries, Inc.
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SHAW BROTHERS SHIPPING COMPANY
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SHAW BROTHERS SHIPPING COMPANY
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TALKING SHOP
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TALKING SHOP
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VIRGINIA REILLY
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HIRAM WALKER IMPORTERS INC.
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HIRAM WALKER IMPORTERS INC.
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