People: Nov. 8, 1963

They weren't at the head of unemployment rolls for long. Former Prime Minister Harold Macmillan, 69, and former Tory Party Leader lain Macleod, 50, have found new grubstakes on Grub Street, as Britons call the publishing world. Macleod, a onetime bridge columnist, will become editor of the prestigious Tory-lining weekly, Spectator (circ. 48,000), where he can plump for his alternative-to-Home party line. Macmillan will become board chairman of Manhattan's St Martin's Press, a wholly-owned subsidiary of his family's London publishing firm. He succeeds his son, Maurice, 42, who is leaving to join the...

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