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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 1, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Crossword ACROSS 1 Amerinds 5 Tenth pre! 9 Revolutionist 14 Nursemaid 15 Black 16 Foil 1? Wisdom 18 Dry wine 19 River to the Seine 20 Tire part 22 Musicals 24 Dog 26 Scrape aw*> 27 Topknot 29 Small island 30 Statement <3 Work dodge* 37 Languish 38 Hot places 19 S»*»*d holder 40 Game local*' 4 1 Drawn-out 42 Dido t forget 44 f mis 4*) Healthy 46 Strength 4 7 Unanimous 49 f asea 5 ' C.tfcumferer 5 7 Gaucho gear 58 Enshrine 59 Displeased 61 Pr 'leliori 62 Glossy black 63 All pref 64 Faction 65 Catkin 66 Short tor Nathaniel 67 I ary Susan DOWN 1 Salinizes 2 Venice love 3 insert mark 4 Building material 5 Blue book gal 6 Spam s longest rive' 7 Auto style 8 Mediated 9 Cure 10 Gratify 11 Reynolds 12 Writer Best 13 Grounds 21 Churchmen 23 Sh'iek s kin 25 Outfit 28 Reiteration *0 Row »t v**ats 31 Mrs Sh ak espeare 32 Globule 33 Jetty 34 Eden s eardom 35 A mw *o .a.. 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Tut stilly through hr oily or tty 7 SO nm Hutttltty > ult tot 5 yi*» -r ai* / via- fiv / ", yr.,/ ll ii rn n *f*t « lii>* 7y Putt ma* I* r St md addr* *» hangs < to PU ill 2* V* Hntuhl* is Tira* 7tUS I I SiltAuto theft is state’s fastest growing crime By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The number of vehicles vanishing each day from Texas streets and parking lots has grown nearly 30 percent rn less than two years, making auto theft the state's fastest growing crime, authorities say The reasons are simple, police say auto theft in Texas is a third-degree felony carrying a maximum prison sentence of IO years, but few auto thieves spend that much time in prison, if they spend any at all And to make prosecution even more difficult, many auto theft rings pay juveniles to steal vehicles That places the cases in the complicated juvenile court system and decreases the likelihood of lengthy sentences Every thief we catch the courts put them back on the street either through probation or early release Dallas police investigator K C Mar tin said We pick up juveniles who brag how they make $500 a day stealing cars Then they laugh in your face because they know nothing will hap pen to them It s very discouraging Martin said An average of 328 cars and trucks vanished each day from Texas streets and parking lots last year But during the first lo months of this year Texas Department of Public Safety figures show a 9.2 per cent increase over the same period in 1986. when more than 119.000 cars were stolen And that was a 20 per cent increase over 1985 Officials say a skilled car thief can open a locked car and drive away in less than 20 seconds Then cars ar*1 often taken to Mexico or to the neighborhood “chop shops that fuel an illegal parts network The value of vehicles stolen statewide last year was nearly $?oo million The thefts often occurred in cities at crowded shopping centers A shopping mall is candy land to a thief ” said Houston police ( apt Glen York They know the security is thin the owners will be away for hours and the cars are then* waiting ” Police aren t the only ones who are discouraged by the (rime that has become their No I headache Insurance industry experts said that as the number of thefts go up in Texas so do auto insurance rates Recovery rates vary from fib percent to 70 percent in most pari* of the state but the cars may he stripped by that time police say San Antonio has one of the fastest growing auto theft rates in the state In the first lo months of 1987 more than ll Oik) vehicles were stolen in the city a 72 4 percent jump over the same period in 1986 In Dallas the number of auto thefts in January through October of this Galveston insurance heir plans to appeal federal fraud conviction HOL STON AP Galveston in surance heir Sheam Moody Jr plans to appeal his conviction of defrauding the family s charitable foundation of about $ I > million his attorney say s Naturally we .ire disappointed with the jury * verdict. Moody at tomey Marian Rosen said after a federal court jury on Monday con vu ted Moody of 17 counts of wire and mail fraud On to the 5th I s Circuit of Ap peals she said Moody >4 who showed no emotion as the verdict was read aUr *pokc only briefly with reporters the federal courthouse I have felt this thing was pro iran.Mast fur a Song time    Moi xiv said He did not elaborate < iuts-,,1*. the court n» im M-*«fv shook hands with codefendant Howell YA tills of Dallas who was ac quitted on all four charges he faced I n. very glad you got out glad on all four counts Moody told him Moody ousted earlier this vear as M*xxiv Foundation trust***- could tx- sentence*! years in prison and fined $4 5 million when ms punishment is decided Jan 5 I S District Judge Ross Sterling allowed him to remain free on bond pending sentencing The verdict came after 27 hours of deliberations over five day v Jurors resumed deliberations Mon day morning after Sterling sent them home Wednesday for the Thank>g;v mg holiday ^liberations began Nov 23 after six w*-eks of testimony Moody wa* accused of helping channel money from the Moody Foundation tu organizations that otherwise would not have gotten grants and then receiving kickbacks Moody who has t»e**n mired in bankruptcy used the money to pay his personal and legal expenses pro ***» utor* alleged Defense attorney* contended Moody wa* duped by a con man William R Pahs! who is j fugitive in the case In 1985 Palist was con victed of defrauding Atlantic Richfield Corp of S18 oo in a chanty *» heme He is believed to be living outside th** country Willis who had tw-en charged with helping in the st hem* said h*- said r < was not surprised he wa* acquitted I always felt I would be found not guilty he said I wasn* guilty I had an exceptionally good awyer who brought out the truth Thank goodness for him and the jury Moody still faces similar charges in a second indictment against him That cas** has not y e* gone to t rial Moody the grandson of the late Galveston multimillionaire W L Moody Jr was heir to one eighth of the income from a family trust lr, 1963 Moody signed over interests in the trust to Empire Life Insurance Co of Alabama of which he was president After the company wa* de* .ared insolvent Moody wa* unable to ex tricate his share of the trust from Empire His appeals were rebuffed by both the Texas and I S Supreme ( ourts At one point a priv ate investigator revealed affidavits alleging Moodv and Pa bs? attempted to wiretap the I > supreme < our building in Washington in an apparent bid to cav esdroo on lust ices NFW VORK st' dollar art* *s .tu**- of w an s pledge to i AP Slot k* and under siege again ig confidence n 'he ■ , ut ira* budget Ie to lf inflation and fear that lent* ctHiid * ripple the as econ I nw* v 4 I . rn * .jtrutV Trt Alc Bm t 1r*h**U s 24 * 4 * 24 . 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I Rilri 25 24 SS I iMM M- 241 . 23 23’ * Wa Vian * 74 » 2 ‘ 23 • W « sight 44 , 43 . 4 in a scoering reminder oi me historic crash *ix weeks earlier the i«* ar tumbled to record low* Mon lac and sloe A* skidded violently wrenching town th** Iva* June* in lust ria. average by more than 7* la »mt> I he rokvo st»x * market reac ted with lower prices af the start of trailing tesla v bu! ret founded as a steadier dollar txxi*tect investor con faience \fter plunging -*    92    points    in    ear V trading ’he _’g ,»,.»■ NskM"! sp*, k Vverage a to > 4 point loser on Mon lav end«*d up gaining 14*. ll points for the dav dosing at 772 832 89 points The dollar propped up by lobar buying bv the Hank of Japan stabilized at the 112 Jo lo level after opening at a record low 112 28 yen down from Monday s close of 132 45 ven British market watchers said the development* in Tokyo enciRiraged traders on the london sn* k Ex * hang*- but midday prices were still narrowly mixed a* continued con corr .dx.ut the dollar and weakness in th** newly **ued shares * •? Br it ,*r Petroleum < O eroded the market * mode*! early gains The F mane I a1 Time* Stock E \ change ;*■• st * x h index wa* up I 2 at I *8i I after rising nearly 12 point* in the early going Th*- market gained some support from a rise sn the dollar following earlier concerted interven lion by the Bank of England and other European central bank* analysts said Although much less destruct iv ♦ than the 5ii8 point plunge on « kt I * Wall Street * lee line Monday wa* a jolting reminder that world financial market* are awaiting a massive mfu don of confidence especially from w ashington Muyt* a X* point drop in the market wasn t enough said Robert Brusca chief economist of Nikko securities International Inc in New York How far does the market have to fall to make people realize we have to make policy change* still the politicians continue to play politics Like the situation that preceded the October crash a numher of events r~ year increased 27 8 percent over the same period in 19H6 when 16 8% were stolen Only Houston had a decrease it thefts recording 23.920 thefts dut ,g the first lo months of 1987 a 16 9 per cent drop from the 1984 rate Still more than 2 (MMI cars disappear from Houston streets each month Polk* credit a crackdow n for the decline But the problem isn't only in i t cities Officials said the border tov* • of the lower Rio Grande V alley havt also been plagued w uh auto theft* lr 1986 nearly $30 million in veh i were stolen from Hidalgo «>• Cameron counties the DPS said Insurance companies point to til* state s economic woes but po * said easy money and a weak judicial system are the culprits To the thieves it s a busines* o great rewards and few risk* ■* » Antonio Police ( apt Jimmy Kope k told the Dallas Morning .Yew ,* OS to**'""'*"’ 6u*'*"'***e 9.21% (~,u*'nor re a* to p'.xf .pa. 4 OII*'#*!    _ ’re Ca'! O' Oro- I Mw rl«* I! VO H 8.50% f car-a* in. Ut »-rr . tt^r. i y 8.00% I \ ! 9.50% zs Stocks, dollar sufferanxiety attack coaler ed Monday to produce an anxiety attais dominated by concern that 4 (ingress * iii reject a s.c billion deficit reduction compromise real h tnt last month despite exhaustive wrangling with President Reagan Reagan hardening hi* stance on the let ic it reduction tfiid business leader*, he would ins!*! Congress ap prove the entire package Other destat.ilizmg elements in eluded an apparent lack of interna ttonal coordination to defend the dollar * value lear of higher interest rate* and intensified concern that debt ridden Third World countries will act more forcefully to limit or perhaps repudiate repay ment obi:ga turns The impact wa* felt acutely Mon day on foreign exchange and metals market* where the dollar slut to record low* against the Japanese yen West German mark and other key currencies The consequent likelihood of higher inflation drove gold prices above >4« an fume th* highest level in ne arly five years Vt the same time investors fleeing (Dim stocks funneled money into the relative *afe haven of th** govern orient (Hind market when* price* rallies! and v leids fell »«%*« or. * >*>*« Cfi • Federal o-guiafionx require substantial niefest penally tor ea* , •othdrawf VTO( KS BONDA VIL IL Al USDS INSURANCE ANsusmts Stan Cunningham 1000 N. Walnut Suite F New Braunfels. 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