j The i CHICAGO, March 24.--Control of; the late Levi Leiter's millions re- : when] mains the United States, neigh- \ aToe llate court today upheld Ai- i O. i Joseph Leiter's right to serve as j trustee of the $30,000,000 estate of LEVI LEITER'S MILLIONS TO REM A * * . * * * * * * * * Court Rules against British Nobility Heirs Who Sought to Oust Trustee jagrchant-prince father-- turn- ' | nobility heirs that he be ousted for : mismanagement. i Representing many pages o f j Burke's pe ? - ra se, the appellants at with} her mother retired, from Judge Dennis Sullivan's superior superior court approval o'r Letter were his sister, Lady Marguerite Hyde, countess of Suffolk 'and Berks: j Lady Cynthia Mosley, the baroness ! of Ravensdale and Lady Alexandra i Mctcalf--daughters of the late Mary j ! Letter Cureon. another sictcr, and ; i wife of the former viceroy of India. Levi's children wen* over the At- j lantic--marrying imo England's j aristocracy. Only one--Joseph-- ; in Chicago, to enter business i with his father. Joseph's first big deaV was i failure. "Old" ?. rne r JOSEPH LEITER Armour broke young Leiter's co: on the whsat market--putting a! dent of $9,030 000 in tne Leiter tune. j The three appellate judges-- | Kickham Scanlan, Otto Kemer Martin' Gridley--also upheld Judge! Sullivan's ruling That Letter should make an acco:u'.tinjj of Wyoming! ranch lands mar.agment of the: , Leiter stores, anrl h:s purchase of i the Ziegler coil mines from the i estate. . j In tho 2S years of his manage- ment, Leii^.r has increased the working capital of the estate from : approximately $13,000.000 to more, than $17,000,000 The The Wyoming rauch lands were the chief bone of contention in litigation. The Erglish heir? charged, ar.yv.io other things, that Leitcr waricd appropriately $7,000,-, 000 in developing ^c ranching 1 treats.