CRIME: Entranced

Investment Banker Willard H. York, 36, hustled his wife, mother, son & daughter into the family sedan and began the usual Sunday drive from his ranch to church in San Antonio. He had a particularly gritty rag to chew over with his conscience. On March 19, the SEC had filed suit against him. It charged that York had done business while insolvent, and had used customers' securities without their consent. The same day, Dr. Lloyd Irving Ross, one of San Antonio's top surgeons, had filed suit for $80,279. Dr. Ross was an old friend, a fellow Methodist, a trusting...

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