GREAT BRITAIN: The Course of Love

"I have never had time for love affairs," said Bachelor Norman Kennedy, 40. "My love has been the Amalgamated Society of Woodworkers."

For more than 20 years, he had held various jobs with the woodworkers' union. But he had a second love—he was a Communist. Last spring, by then London district secretary for his union, Kennedy heard shop stewards' gossip about the cost of remodeling 124-year-old Clarence House for Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip.* Later, he broadcast the gossip on the ABC's News of Tomorrow program; the repairs, he said, would cost about $1,000,000, or five times the sum appropriated...

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