Young, Spectacular

John J. Teal has been railroad clerk, bank cashier, candy maker, shipper. In none of these capacities, however, did he return to the U. S., last week, with a $5,000,000 contract in his pocket. He came as president of the young and spectacular Fox Bros. International Corp., barely over a year old, holder of Turkish and Spanish construction contracts worth $107,500,000.

Fox Bros. International burst upon a slightly surprised business world last November by announcing it would build and equip railroad repair shops at Kaisarie, Turkey, for...

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