A contact report in October of 1967 from JMWAVE, from Peter Di Gerveno (Emilio Americo Rodriguez), stated that "AMCLOCK/1 (note: probably Jose Enrique Camejo Argudin) said he tried to make contact by calling Iden J to inquire about Middaugh in true name, but after much probing he was told that Middaugh was in Washington and was given a phone number for him to call direct. AMCLOCK/1 was planning to call Washington at a later day if he had not been contacted."
10/25/62: Cable from Geneva to Director (Info: Bern): Slugline RYBAT INDEVOUT-3 PBRUMEN INTEL: REF GNVA 4353: Originated: Middaugh. Released: Elmard (John Dimmer).
10/27/62: Cable from Geneva to Director (Info: Bern): Slugline RYBAT INDEVOUT-3 PBRUMEN INTEL: REF GNVA 4375: ..."Source: Soviet Bloc official (B)..." Originated: Middaugh. Released: Elmard (John Dimmer).
104-10308-10193: CABLE RE COMMENTARY CONCERNING THE PROBABLY REACTION OF FIDEL CASTRO AND HIS PRINCIPAL ASSOCIATES TO THE SOVIET WITHDRAWAL OF OFFENSIVE MISSILES FROM CUBA AND TO U.S. DEMANDS RE THE WITHDRAWAL OF SOIVET IL-28 AIRCRAFT AND ON-SPOT INSPECTION.
11/19/62: Cable from Geneva to Director (Info: Bern): Slugline INTEL PBRUMEN INK: SUPDATA: ZRWAHOO. INDEVOUT-3: ..."Source: Former Cuban official (C). 1. (Field Comment: The author of this commentary occupied a responsible position in Havana during the first year after the Castro revolution. He approved of the apparent aims of the revolution at that time. Although not an intimate of Fidel Castro he was acquainted with the latter. He knew a wide circle of Castro associates on an intimate basis and worked closely with them in the Castro government. The author is a very intelligent and well educated man, who possesses an exhaustive knowledge of the Cuban scene in the past three decades. Since arriving in Mexico he has maintained close contact, directly or indirectly, with a variety of Cuban Government officials and on the basis of former association and friendship has discussed with them many facets of current Cuban political life. However, the author has not had any contacts with such persons since the onset of the current crisis)..." Originated: Middaugh. Released: Elmard (John Dimmer).
07/11/63: Cable from Geneva to Zurich (Info: Bern): Domark from Middaugh: Slugline RYBAT INDEVOUT-3: "1. As part of (REDACTION) Subject must provide books on espionage. He has sent such as he and we have access to in local shops and has urgent need to send more very soon. We planning ask London make exhaustive purchase but in meantime have need pass him circa ten for immediate posting (REDACTION). 2. Can you at early point ransack ZURC bookstores for any type of work on espionage or counter espionage of literally any country. Works can include historic items like World War I Black Room, World War II like breaking of Japanese code, operation North Pole in Holland, and what have you, as well as works by communist defectors and the newer crop of espionage studies. They must be in English or French. 3. Books he has already sent include: Reseau de Spions, L'Histoire de Gestapo, CIA, MI 5, Secret War, Manuel de Espions, Her Majesty's Secret Service, treason in twentieth century, and several unidentified books on fascism. 4. Would appreciate phone call as soon as you know how many books you can get. Mail books commercially to Middaugh private address. Orig: Middaugh. Released: Elmard (John Dimmer)."
11/26/63: Cable from Bern to Director (Info: GNVA, Paris): Slugline RYBAT KUDESK INK: "1. Afternoon 26 November INTARZAN-1 reported to GNVA base that Alex Des Fontaines, Time-Life stringer and radio Canada correspondent GNVA, was filing story to Time-Life office PARI referring to appearance of SUBJ refs at GNVA, his wild tale but amazing coincidence that SUBJ had mentioned that (unidentified) 'they' were plotting against President Kennedy and that 'something' would happen in Texas. 2. To keep matters in same channels as previously used INTARZAN-1 was instructed pass above info to Armatt, adding that he had also notified Middaugh at GNVA. Armatt and COS Bern conferred re subject report. Armatt decided that in view sensitive subject matter and to avoid any possible criticism from ACSI he would cable 'Bluebell' report to ACSI re incident. COS indicated would also inform KUBARK (CIA) HQs...5. INTARZAN-1, Armatt, GNVA, Bern still assess SUBJ story as fabrication by unbalanced person. However reporting incident in order HQs or PARI not be caught short in event any queries. CS Comment: *Forwarded information on PFC Eugene B. Dinkin. **Forwarded further developments on Dinkin and Bowers case. ***Armatt stated that information from Provost Marshal Metz area indicated that Bowers returned to military custody, apparently voluntarily, circa 11 November."
12/12/63: Cable from Geneva to Director (Info: Bern): Slugline INTEL PBRUMEN INK: SUPDATA: ZRWAHOO. INDEVOUT-3: "Source: Cuban official who reports regularly and is fully tested. He has demonstrated maturity, judgment, discernment and accuracy in his past reporting. 1. Circa 2 days after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Cuban diplomatic missions abroad began to receive a series of messages placing them on a special alert status. These messages were obviously due to apprehension by the Cuban Government that the circumstances surrounding the assassination of President Kennedy might lead to hostile activity directed against the missions. The diplomatic missions, among other things, were exhorted to exercise extreme vigilance, to mount a night and day watch of mission premises, to be certain that there were 'no compromising documents on the premises', and to be on guard against hostile provocations. 2. One chief of mission, who, following his usual practise, requested by telephone permission to accept a long-standing invitation to visit a country friendly to Cuba, was told that he must formally submit his request by cable. He did so on 29 November, but it was not until 6 December that he received the authority to quit his post. 3. As of 9 December there had been no indication from Havana that the alert order was to be considered revoked. 4. Field Dissem: None." Orig: Middaugh. Released: Middaugh.
10/08/67: Contact Report No. 1 from Peter Di Gerveno/JMWAVE: Subject: Meeting with AMCLOCK/1 (note: probably Jose Enrique Camejo Argudin) 26 September 1967: Page 2: ..."4...AMCLOCK/1 said he tried to make contact by calling Iden J to inquire about Middaugh in true name, but after much probing he was told that Middaugh was in Washington and was given a phone number for him to call direct. AMCLOCK/1 was planning to call Washington at a later day if he had not been contacted..."