GREAT BRITAIN: Tycoon v. Tycoon

Fluctuations of nearly $15,000,000 in the total value of, shares in British Royal Mail—world's largest shipping corporation—resulted last week when Tycoon Viscount St. Davids quarreled violently with his brother Tycoon Baron Kylsant, Chairman of the B. R. M., "Lord of the Seven Seas."

Months ago the brothers ceased speaking to each other. Last week Lord Kylsant intimated frigidly that on at least one occasion Lord St. Davids had written a letter expressly to inform his brother that he would not speak to him. It was a quarrel de luxe, peer against peer,...

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