Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on July 12, 1964 · Page 6
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6 SUNDAY ' JULy u < 1964 ' Loke Chorles Americon Press Chief of Jackson FBI Agency Has Distinguished Record JACKSON. Miss. (AP* - "In my 27 years wilJj the FBI, I have never questioned where ,1. Edgar Hoover has sent me." So said Roy K. Moore, a stocky 49-year-old Oregon native, after being named agent in charge of the FBI in Jackson. Moore was personally introduced to his new post by Hoover, FBI director, shortly after President Johnson a n n o u need a beefed up force here. Moore took the helm after moving from Little Rock. Ark., where he was agent-in-charge '•I am looking forward to an enjoyable slay in Jackson just as in Little Rock." Moore, married and father of one married son and two married daughters, worked at Milwaukee, Chicago, Denver and Charlotte, N.C. He had been in Little Rock ROY K. MOORE Never Questions Job TN~VIETNAM since 1%2, arriving there from, 1 Washington wbcrr he was de-. scribed as tho "No. 1 man in j i idontificalion," in charge of in- 1 spections. '• The Hood River, Ore,, native was roarf'd in HaiTisburg, 111.. : and allcndwl the ('Diversity of \ Kiehniond and Southern liniver-' , sily in Miami. He served in the Marines for Ihree vcars, 19,'55-,'H?. Clinic Sef For Mofe/ Workers 1 Mrs. Elizabeth H. Pugh of I the distributive education sec- j j tion of the Slate Department of | Education, will be the instructor for a supervisory training i program for local hotel and: motel personnel to be held the. • first two sveeks of August. Classes will be at, Sowela I Technical Institute, in the morn- 1 ings and afternoons from Au- i gust 3-M. and will be open to i those presently occupied in a i supervisory capacity or training for such a position, according to the announcement. The course, in supervisory development is one of a series is- i sued by the American Hotel As-1 : social ion for the betterment of 1 i the individual employe and im-1 : provement of on the job train- i ' ing for hotel-motel personnel. ; • Details about the course may \ be obtained from Aubrey Woods ol Sowcla, who is serving as i coordinator of the course. His biggest case was the 1955 bombing of a Denver airplane where 44 persons were killed. After 12 days the case was cracked and the man charged with the bombing was executed. Moore took the helm of the Mississippi FBI in a revamping | move, promped by increased ; activities — most of them civil j rights cases. ! Prior to the beefing up, the Mississippi FBI force numbered about 20 full-time agents. But' Friday's action now strengthens j a seperate the force to 50 agents. The j Moore. White House said they would stay here as long as necessary. unit headed The biggest, case facing Moore Tit-for-Tat 7 Plan Possible vSAIGON, South Viet Nam (API — The United Slates may institute a "til-for-tat" plan of military action against Communist North Viet Nam if at some point Washington feels South Viet Nam is going down the drain. Qualified sources in reporting this Friday expressed belief that such a time is not at hand. There are indications top Washington officials recently have been studying a number of possible contingency plans involving direct military action against North Viet Nam. Under the "flt-tor-tat" plan, U.S. planes might be called upon to bomb one North Vietnamese hamlet for each hamlet destroyed by V'lot Cong guerrillas in South Viet Nam; or bomb a bridge or destroy a road or railway in the north for comparable Viet Cong damage m the south. Such a plan is one possibility in a wide range ol possible courses of action that has been , under study. A more extreme approach could involve actual , bombing of factories in North Viet Nam, and possibly Hanoi, the capital. By all indications none of these plans apparently has been • adopted, and decisions to invoke any of them presumably would , be made only by President ; Johnson. Proponents of direct military i action against North Viet Nam argue that the Viet Cong would ; have great difficulty staying in | business if the north were under ; attack, and bombing Hanoi 'would have a demoralizing el- Ject on Communist agents : throughout Southeast Asia. i ; But current U.S. thinking is tliHt the "Viet Cong snake probably would take a long time to ; die even with its head cut off." 10:00 A.M. FRIDAY C^OUINCY WELL SERVICE J & B DRILLING DeQuincy, La, • Super Wilson w/66 1 iele. masi mounted on 1959 ACF-172 Intl. • Wilson Super 38 w/66' tele, mast mounted on 1960 Intl. • Ideco Hydrair H-40 w/103' msst CM 671 v//Allison torque conv. U-15 w/126' L.C.M. U-34 w/95' L.C.M. 61 Autocar tandem oilfield bed 60 Chev. tandem, 5th wheel 64 Ford F-100, 62 Ford F-100 64 Chev. - 63 Intl. pickups 63 Chev. 4 door - 62 Olds 98 Extra traveling equipment 4" Grade E pipe w/Hughes jls. —on the spot financing— EVERYTHING SELLS WITH NO MINIMUM! for brochure write: AUCTION SERVICE b.K.i;<_Ljtiuc: Of t ic ot, - 44-84 Canyon D». AC 8O6 FL 6-5676 • AmariMo. Texas and his new office is the missing The Jackson FBf office used j civil rights workers, Michael to be under the auspices of the j Schwerncr and Andrew Good- New Orleans office, but is now' man, both white of New York, by i and James Chancy, a Meridian | Negro. The trio disappeared June 21 and only their burned-out car has been found. He moves into new offices, an entire floor above a Jackson 'bank. The old FBI offices coiv I sisted of two rooms in the feder- I al post office. j Moore is of medium build, slightly stocky and showing strains of gray hair among his black thatch. You Can Count on Us ,.. 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