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Pseudonym: Hawlott, Gordon

Definition:
Unknown identity. Gordon R. Hawlott was a JMWAVE CIA officer. A memorandum in March, 1963, has a handwritten note that appears to state that Hawlott was FI (Foreign Intelligence).
Category:
pseudonym
Status:
Unknown
Discussion:
Gordon Hawlott was the case officer of AMBLEAK-1 (Fernando Fernandez Cavada y Paris) in 1962.
Sources:

104-10171-10008: CUBAN GOVERNMENT DOCUMENTS ON IMPORT/EXPORT OF FOOD.

07/25/62, Report Cover Sheet from JMWAVE: Reporting Officer: Harold P. Noemayr, Reports Officer: Oliver K. Papock, Approving Officer: Andrew K. Reuteman: "Source: The information attached to this report fell into the hands of JMWAVE through two distinct channels. Sometime prior to 7 July 1962 AMCOG-2 through a cut-out had delivered to AMBLEAK-2 some material. AMCOG-2 does not know AMBLEAK-2. AMBLEAK-2 brought it out to AMBLEAK-1 who on 7 July 1962 turned the 'pouch' over to Hawlott, AMBLEAK-1's C/O. C/O interprets this 'pouch' and xeroxed the cover pages of the reports which were generated by ALIMPEX: the material was then re-inserted in the 'pouch' and sent on its way. The ALIMPEX reports scheduled for the AMSPELL organization. It is assumed that the AMSPELL received the material in due course, and they in turn delivered the material to Noemayr (P) the AMSPELL C/O, on or about 19 July. This is the background to a story which now gains new importance. The information which was copied by Hawlott is not reflected in toto in the material eventually received by Noemayr, thus the xeroxed copies of some of the documents, original copies for which were not received from the AMSPELL organization."

104-10236-10176: MEMO FOR: A. REPORTED PRESENCE OF ANASTASIO SOMOZA IN MIAMI B. ALLEGED COSTA RICAN-NICARAGUAN PLOT TO BOMB CUBA TO PRODUCE INCIDENT

03/08/63, Memorandum to John Hugh Crimmins, Coordinator for Cuban Affairs/Miami: At the top of this memo is a handwritten note: "FI/ Hawlott, PW/Caponong." Hawlott's name is more faded.

104-10075-10293: CABLE: PBPRIME CONTRACT AGENT AMPAL-1 (IDEN-1) GOING MEXI 29 NOV

11/23/63, Cable from JMWAVE to Director: Slugline DYVOUR PBRUMEN AMPAL AMWEE: REF MEXI 7079 (IN 68566) "1. U.S. contract agent AMPAL-1 (IDEN-1) going MEXI 29 Nov pick up AMWEE-1 messages and AMWEE-2 passport for AMWEE-3 and debrief AMWEE-3 re plans transfer to Guadalajara. 2. AMPAL-1 will stay Hotel Francis under alias Joe Anderson. Request MEXI staffer contact AMPAL-1 at hotel between 0900 and 1100 hours 30 Nov to deliver ref letter to A-1 who will bring back to WAVE same day. Staffer can introduce self as colleague of Gordon R. Hawlott (IDEN-2). C/S Comment: *Envelopes recd from NIEXIT-3 on 25 Nov."

104-10075-10294: WITHHELD

11/29/63, Cable from JMWAVE to Director: Slugline DYVOUR PBRUMEN AMPAL AMWEE: REF WAVE 8295 (IN 70381) "IDEN-1: True name is Alec (AKA Abe) Resnick. IDEN-2: (REDACTION)."

104-10236-10006: SUBJECT: LETTER INTERCEPTS/CORRESPONDENCE TO MIRO CARDONA AND ALBERTO DEL JUNEA

01/01/64, CIA document from Gordon R. Hawlott: Raw Data Sheet: From Carlos Montes: "OPS DATA: Originals of attached letters were delivered in (REDACTION) Embassy Havana by unknown person, probably AMCOG-3, and handed to KUBARK (CIA) agent AMBLEAK-2 who sent them out to Mexico in a sealed envelope in the hands of (REDACTION), who delivered them to AMBLEAK-1 cutout (REDACTION) on 12 January. Rentel held the letters until 25 February, when he passed them to AMBLEAK-1 who came to Mexico on TDY that day. All attached copies are copy 1 of 1. (Signed) Gordon R. Hawlott"

104-10192-10330: REPORT COVER SHEET

04/17/64, Report Cover Sheet from JMWAVE: Reporting Officer: Gordon R. Hawlott, Reports Officer: Margaret R. Nankall, Approving Officer: Andrew K. Reuteman

104-10271-10099: FIELD INFORMATION REPORT: ACTIVITIES AND PLANS OF THE INSURRECTIONAL MOVEMENT FOR REVOLUTIONARY RECOVERY (MIRR)

10/08/65, Report Cover Sheet from JMWAVE: Reporting Officer: Gordon R. Hawlott, Reports Officer: John C. Tarbell, Approving Officer: Phillip G. Elmard

104-10163-10176: ARTIME BUESA, MANUEL, (VOL XIV).

12/04/65, Cable from Director to Withheld: REF: WAVE 7572 (IN 04077) "1. FYI: HQs has been advised by ODACID (U.S. State Department) on morning 3 Dec 65, Col Miguel Ruiz departed U.S. for Central America from Miami International Airport. ODURGE (U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), at the request of ODBOON (U.S. Customs Agency), affixed cancellation stamp his visa thus precluding re-entry. It inevitable Alegrette will soon learn his co-conspirator's fate and hopefully profit by example. 2. WAVE only: Suggest Hawlott re-contact Alegrette and advise him he must abide by laws of land while here. This to include registering as Somoza agent with ODENVY (FBI) should they require this. Finally, that KUBARK (CIA) has no interest in him and that he is to refer to ODENVY any future contacts he may wish to make with ODYOKE (U.S. Government). Suggest Hawlott approach be phrased in terms of personal advice rather than official admonition. FYI: Wish point out any harassment Alegrette may be experiencing is most likely work of ODBOON rather than ODENVY. 3. Since Alegrette can logically assume Hawlott speaking for Galbond, HQs expects no further attempts on his part to recontact CIA."

104-10163-10176: CABLE: ARTIME BUESA, MANUEL, (VOL XIV).

12/10/65, Cable from JMWAVE: "1. Hawlott on TDY MEXI but will return WAVE circa 22 Dec. Will have him contact Alegrett, tell latter that his info passed to appropriate quarters, that these had no interest in follow up and thus Alegrett may consider matter closed. Along lines ref Hawlott then can give personal advice to Alegrett to act in legal manner and report immediately to ODENVY (FBI) any matters which he believes would be of interest to ODYOKE (U.S. Government). 2. If HQs wishes Alegrett be contacted before 22 Dec WAVE can arrange give him word by phone. Advise."

104-10163-10176: ARTIME BUESA, MANUEL, (VOL XIV).

12/11/65, Cable from Withheld: REF: WAVE 7832 (IN 12626) "1. Based Maylott's (Note: Probably meant to be Hawlott's, see cable above) discussions with JMWAVE officers on 2 and 6 December, suggest HQs relay state traffic re Alegrett/Ruiz case, particularly San Jose assessments and results Managua talks with Schick and Somoza. 2. For WAVE: Although Ruiz may have been slowed down, both station and embassy, as well as host government continue concerned with coup possibilities. Thus would appreciate your continued coverage Alegrett."

104-10226-10024: UNIDAD REVOLUTIONARIA (AMSCROLL)

05/03/67, Telepouch from COS, Withheld to COS, JMWAVE: Subject: Transfer of JMWAVE advance to (REDACTION) for accounting: "1. Contents ref and attachments noted and referred to Rebholtz whose comments follow - A. Both amounts on Voucher 8511 probably passed as one sum to AMBLEAK/1 who may have signed single receipt for $1,500.00 rather than receipting $1,000.00 and $500.00 separately. Re-examination appropriate files on this assumption may solve mystery. B. Any outstanding advances this matter would have been transferred to succeeding Case Officer Gordon R. Hawlott through formal memo which JMWAVE Finance must have had prior Rebholtz' clearing station. Extra copy may be in AMSCROLL files...in process by Hawlott and Rebholtz, including air conditioner through wall, AMBLEAK utilization office and possible visits by cleared WOLADY attorney as consultant on heirloom activity plus other such indications should provide ample evidence money passed and expended as authorized...Victor J. Sandvold"

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