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ANTONIO CABARGA .TO DR. EMILIO NUNEZ PORTUONDQ . On November 25, 1963, ERNEST ARAGON, United States Secret Service Agent, Miami, Florida, advised SA GEORGE E. DAVIS that the United States $ecret Service wee in possession of information indicating that a long-distance telephone call had been placed on November 24, 1963, by JOSE SAN ANTONIO CAB~A, 144Xico s City, to DR. EMILIO NUNEZ PORTUONDO, ~a.ml, Florida; that this conversati on was in the Spanish language and that the gis t of it was "plan of CAST&O carried forth. BOBBY is next . Soon the Atomic bOlllbs will rain and they will not know from where. 11

ARAGON also as serted thet he understood that several telephone calla had also been ma.de from DR. EMILIO NUNEZ PORTUONDO's residence in Miami, to a residence ~n Ft. Laucierda le, Flor 1.da, which wa s the residence of NUNEZ' son-in-law, RAFAtL GARCIA NAVARRO.

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KHRUSRCH&V of Russia . NUNEZ PORTUONDO stated that he no longer enjoys a good liaison or much popularity in important anti-CASTRO groups. NUNEZ PORTUONDO said tha t CABARGA is in frequent contact with the United States Embassy in Mexico Cit1; that ~A is an able investigator; and i f the assassination of President KENNEDY was planned in Mexico, CABARGA

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Just a mJuute aeo? Mr. Bu~on:n. u11t January I \Vent to llirunl, Fla.. where l wu talking t.o Dr. EmrnoNunei-Portuondo. former Cubllll Ambassador to the United Nationa, lltld he told me lh&l Ju.~t after the as;.u!'!'inlltlon of Prei;ldent Kenned.r be rece.lved n reQlle>-t trom one of the bi~t ltexi1•an newspapers asking .him for some puhllc dl'Claratluns ot o(llnlon uliout the lliiSIL&slnntion. He l!ent that day a letter with hts prebS release lnside. addr'!"sc;ed. to one tricnd or him who is living In l!exico City and bts friend deli-rer t.b&t pr~ relea<:e to the llenco City 11l'W8)leper in Mexico. In that relebe, Mr. :'\nnez-Ponuondn blnmed Fidel Castro u the "intellectual murderer of Premdent Kenneds." Dr. Portuondo told me that the s:ime day that that tutormatlon appear fn the paper, his !ri1•nd ;;offer an attempt co be kidnaped. 'l'bere 'l\"e.Dt about eight men to thl5 man house, and when they were trying to put hJm inside Gne nutomobllr. nt the snme moment poss u reporter-£ believe that "as trom the AP-nnd when the reporter saw what was going on, he sturt to ask for help. At that moment the poliee Cllme nod staned to question the eight men, and, accordinl? to Nunez..Portu01Jdo, they Identified themselves as members of the Secret Service of the Me:x:lcan Girrernment, and Mr. Portuoudo's friend was benlen so hard that he had to go to a hospital for 4 days with a broken leg, jast becanse he wu the one who deliver Nunez-Portuondo'" scatement to the lfexlcan neWS'(lllJM!l" bl.am.Ing Fidel Cac:tro for the murder or Prl?'<ldent Kennedy. Mr. Lxrnn n I WDDt to ~ back briefly ro the letter from Fernandez to Lechup 'l\"hJch yon Indicated hnd been intercepted. Mr. Bxmovrn. Yes. sir. lir. I .rrar:n:a What letter is thls and '!\"ho intercepted it? Mr. .Ban;GUID. Well, I believe that that lener was lntercepted here In New Orleans when Fernandez was sending the letter to Mexico. I clidn't have too m11ch contact '!\"Ith that deal, because that was for another orgunwition, not my organiution, and I clidn't want to be in-rol"red. in that that maybe was against tbe law. J always try to be out of-Mr. lJ5:J!r:rn You mean thls letter was Intercepted by ~me other Cuban organtz.a tf on ? Mr. BamOt:IEll. Yes ; for the same organlzntfoo who hnd the tralnlng camp. Mr. Ln:nn r:a That was intercepted while It was in the l:'.S. malls? Mr. BJUN011IEJL I th.lnk so. I think that he gue that letter to somebod; to drop ln the maU, and that somebody that was suspicious about him. they opened the letter and they found what the letter was telllng. I don't know what they do with the letter. I don't know nothing else. I know about what ls saJd In the paper. I know that they dismantle all the training camp here lo New Orleans. They went back to M.lamL 1 paid the trip for two of them to go back to :\llatnl. Excuse me. I did not pay the trip, I collect &0me "DlOnie!' among some Cubans, and we paid the trip. I don't want to set something on the record that 1.8 not.-llr. I.n;nn" Does 1t 81.Y saml'thing ebont the letter in theae :newsp1rper st.orles that you bne referred :me to? Mr. BID?fatm:a. Pardon? Mr. Lna:r:uca. Doet! It refer to the letter In these neWl!])llper llt01'1e8' llr. Bamom:a. That hi right., Js covering the whole history about It £pro. dnclq JleW9pllper].

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h=ando Fel'DAlldes. t a1Tlll4Y at1ied~~ • aome penoo lD lflaml to liend me t e Miami Herald. trOill Brpt~lllb8f a 10 Sep. tember JO -6 try to get all the ormatlon dlrectl; from the :Ulaml B'aald but at th1s moment 1 o~ han the 8pani.ab pabllcatlon CJ\"er thtte. • " Mr. L'IDEIZIL Do yoa know where Fernandez 1a now? ~.j" lli. Bll!\-0'17IllL No; I don't know where he I.a. Be wu l:ellliig tb that tnterTif'W that he wa1 wllll.ng to IO to Cnbn. to go back to Cobo. I don't know whether he la ln Cobo now or JlOt. Excuse me. Did ;ou check any other trip trom Oswald to MexJco prev.IOUB.ly to the trip 3 week~ before the all9USlnatlon? Bec.anse I thlnll that you have to knnw sure thnt lli. Stuckey, Bill Stocke/. made another J.otervlew to Oswn.ld. and he had the tape ot that lnt2rT!ew. I have one tape of that lnteniew. I think thll.t that tmernew wllB made on .Auguat 17, 1963, and at thnt lnternew Oswald said, answerinl! to one question. that be had been to Mexico, and in all tile maprlnes that I am readl.nir they are talki.n~ about Oswa.Jd Wlll born lo New Orleans. he went to Xew York. be ca.me back to Xew Orlean<1, be went to the M.arines. he went to Rllll8la, be come baa, be he went to Dallu, he came to !'iiew O:d.eanJI back, be went to Yex.Jco i weeks before the a8111lSSlna.tlon. bot 1 don't reed 1n any neWllJ)Oper or any m!U!Uine talking about soml' other trip .trom Oswald lo Mexico. and If yon hne that tape, ln Oswald's own voice, he adm.ltted that he had been to Mexico before August 17. Mr. Ll:EnEI..£B. Well, Mr. Stuckey wfil be here th1s attemoan.. We will au hJln about th8 t. Mr. .B'lmam:EL Thank you. lli. Ln:m:u:s.. Gol.ng back brle1!y to th1a Ftory or lfr. Pefla telllJi« yoa that he had qeen Oswald In the HaTilllll Bar with th1s other lle:xican, d.l.d the FBI ernr talk to lfr. Pe1la about this? Do yon know? Mr. :B~oan. I don't know. I know that the awuer of the BIT'aJUl Bar. ln my opinion. la a good person, but be aars that alwmJ"B when he talk to the FBI in the bar or something lJke that, that be loee ~ becaDlle, you 9ee. to thoqe bars sometime there arce people, cmtamen.. wbo don't like to tee FBI around there, and he urs that al"1!Yll be loee customers 1dlen the FRI atart to go over there, and '!Ometlme be bttome angry and sometime he don't want to talk about. I am 8'lll'e that tbt' brother, Ruperto-] am mre t.b&t be wJ.Il ~ everythlni: that be kDOWL Mr. Lrnu!:u::a. Did 1ou form an;r opinion u to whether the report that Roperto made abont Oswald being in the bar was an accurate report? Mr. Bamom:a.. Well the qaest1an la tbia : Wu not anl)' Ruperto tolll me that Oswald went to Ban.u Bar. The one who 1X>ld me that wu EYutstx> Rodrignea, and Inner AW BYUf.lto ~ tdlJ.q Ues or De'rel'-EY&rlsto ti Q'Uiet l)el'l!On, he ta young. ma:rrtad, bat be Js qulet. Be la Dot' an extrovert, that 1a. notaMr. TJrBrID Be woulcbl't be lJketr to make th1a l'tOr7 1111' Jdr. BuJrutmca. No; I don't believe !Ml. (At this pobU, H.r. Jenn~ entered the room to obtam 1)botagnplla, a.n4 t.bere ewmed an off ~ record.~ about Ute photacnPhs.) ~· 11.r. :e.matm2. I ft'!"M!!!ber that nen ~T ~ that wu the ~t ~owed to me tbe odler plctfte that 1 an 70n. tmrt tbey .....&they .had all'ftdy tdentifted .one and t:be.y were t:rytq to ideD~ t!te otbU one. 1 am mre that. there were two, and no doubt abont that. ~ t'e · /1 Kr. Lmil:r:.n. Il11.Jl7 eTmt, 1011 didn't l"f!COP1le 8.117 of ~ 'r. ' lifr. Bui.Ql7JD. No. Hr. I.mmu lncUTlduals In iti. ph:tnft9 that we abawed yo,a . l1oua17, P1Do :bb.lblta 4Q-.A &Dii ~ll,·~a.n4 Exh1blt No. l to 1"1:11' OWD ct.poCtillC'?

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The international tt?lephone ope rator in Hcxico City r .. r-ort d on November 24, J963, that she had h' 'lit.Ox"'d a kng d1.Jtance telephone call plt c,..d in Mi~xico City by Jose A•1tonto C b.""nca _ ( Jo~e Antonio C b rga ) from Mexico City t e ' to ia o . 186334 to Dr. E11 i.Jj o Nunez Portuondo , Mia , to e phone tfoo 371-2941 , 11ich atated that 11 t he Castro plan is being carri"'d out . Bobby ie next . Soon the atomic bombs will begin to rain an d they \.."On 1 t 11m1 from where • " Interview of Dr• Emilio Nunez Portuondo in Mi2..mi, Florida, by the FBI disclosed receipt of the above telephone cal.l but he dfnied the t ext of the a l.legation .

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This investigation originated 1n tha fir ld on t\h i:bcr ~11, 1963, upon rec j pt of J ong diut 'lee telephone call from SAIC B<1rnv1de s , S,n.n /ntooio, Te;,·1ta, to sue l:o.1 h"' 11, Hi.t11~1, Floridra , 'hereby he fm u:i l h<-d the informaticn a.a eet forth in the SY1 OPSIS boYe . In this CO"lnection, l ,,fc.r nee io m:\de to Memorr..ndum !rom Sile E:nPvidea d:i.ted l ovcmbor 25, 1963, under Filo 611.0.

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<n the same date Special Agent _l}cnrge D~, FBI , Mia.mi, was intarviewod end he Wf\S furnished the information received from SAIC B~navidea , San Antonio. SA Davie stated that Dr. Emilio Nunez Portuondo wa s known to their office and he revealed the same information r elating to Dr. Portuondo as that obtained from 3-11-14. In addition, SA Duvis stated that Rafael Garcia Navarro ot Fort Lauderdale, Florida, is the .;on-in-la"' of Dr. Portuoido. D vis 3tatod that Dr. Portuondo and R"lf&.el G rcia Navarro l • .:?re both de.fjnitely opposud to Cl'-,tro and that Dr. Portuondo had the reputation of !>upporting the Unlt~d E.ta.tee while he was in the Unit(ld l ations , b l£ that rt1..~ntl.y he h _d <'~ bittcx:_~e United States . · SA Davis stated they .,.puld interview Dr. Emilio Nunez Portuondo and would adviae this office of the results of the interview.

Cll Uoveinber 25, 1963, SA Davis advised SAIC Marshall that they had interviel-, ...d Dr. Protuond.o and that Portu~ndo admitted having recoived a long di.flt&nce telephone call on Noveuber 24, 1963, from ~se .J\ntonj o... P~barea ,, ~~e:rlco. CitF, but that-he d nied that Cabarga had rnade cJ'\y stat~rnt:.Lts d11ring tho telephone call relative : )_ to the nlJ.og tions attributt d to him. According to SA Davis , Portuondo d1 sclosed to th~m that c. b:lrga was jn clode contrct with tho u. s. F a ;.iy in H 1.co City t'nd that C11.berga r, s a t,vod inv Dt. ig:Jtor '' o could dc"c lop in I ,1·mc.tion in the event tho plr".'ls to r :rnnssinate the Fr '"'::iill .1t '"'"ro for1 uettld in ¥~xi.co City• SA D lis further edvicod that rortuo l• o rnfci red to C b.lrga c.s a right \ Jnger, fo.. -~rly clos<- l.y rssociated " ·H h the &'iti sta group and is we ll inform•Jd regn:i:dlng Cnutro ~nd his .. ubversive 15,l oups. O is s id he would hu.ve a wire s .nt to Washington, D. C., urging them to jntor vi u Cabarga in l{axico City and that he exp cted that he l-:ould receive a roport cc,nccrnjng the reaulto of the intcrviow within a few days .

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On Novomber 29, 1963, I intervieucd SA Fdward St;e t , FBI , Mi<>111i, who continurd this investigation for their Depart.cent. SA &-:cot stat..-d that he hnd rointorviowr?d Dr. Emilio Nunez Portuondo end that Portuondo again deniod tho :. lb ject f'llegt tion . SA S\'.""<..t stated that Port:.u.nndo d:td l'"ll ~to that during tho tal~phcne conversation C b~rGa had stated that tho ~·~a sin tion of Pr ~aidr,nt Keni1rdy t~s ~t of n C~stt o pli:ln, hich cont.inuoa 'dth :tolG:nce i n Vvnj~uala, Po1u (nd the Am~ricas .

On Dvcemb r 4, 1963, I intorviowcd SA Frank Griffee , FBI , Mi~ , 'ho maintains com ol over '\.hie izne::;tigation, t'.nd he cdvieed they h<..ve not r<Jc.aived ~ repo1 t. roeard.1.ng the recults of their ir.terrlou '1th Joi>e >notoiio C r~rga in l!exico Cit.y. Ho cto.ted that their of1'ico in liimni rn..:.:y- not noc oJarily

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In further reference to Dr. Emilio Nmi~z Portuondo it is reported here that he first came to the attention of this office on November 17, 1963, the day before the Prosident 1a l visit to Mia.mi on November 18, J96J .

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Refugee Chief Takes Reins Ricardo Nunez-Portuondo was sworn in Tuesday as director of the federal Cuban Refugee Program. Approximately 360 persons attended a Miami luncheon at which the oath of office was administered by Marjorie Lynch, under-secretary of Health, Education and Welfare. Nunez-Portuondo is the first Cuban-American appointed to the $36,000-a-year job. He succeeds Howard Palmatier, who died last March. "The appointment of a . CubanAmerican to the highest federal position dealing with the assimilation of an important group of new Americans symbolizes the unmistakable recognition of this major ethnic group by the NUNEZ highest authorities in the land," Nunezâ&#x20AC;˘ Portoondo said in a speech immediately after he was sworn in. "This is a day in which we can all be proud of being Cuban. and of being American - for we are both." ¡Nunez-Portuondo was appointed in August and approved earlier this month by the U.S. Civil Service Commission. He is a former Voice of America broadcaster who once was associated with Gramco. a now defunct Bahamian investment fund, and who later headed a real estate development firm in Miami, NBS Development Inc.


POLITICAL CIRCUS -... Refugee Program Director Ricardo Nunez, a Repu\:ilic~ ¥d the first presidential appoi'ttt&~ important federal position, has won the support of key Latin Democrats in town. It has been learne·d that Miami Mayor Maurice Ferre, Miami Commissioner Manolo Reboso and Florida Democratic Party Chairman Alfredo Duran want Nunez to stay in office despite the change in administrations. Nunez, who passed all security checks required for the position. was recently given a very favorable evaluation by a task force appointed by the federal government. During his 13·month tenure. Nunez has managed to tighten fiscal controls on all local programs funded by the CRP - thus, stepping on some toes and winning some criticism from those chastised. According to the cynics, the Latin Democrats would rather see Nunez as director of the Cuban Refugee Program, a position which keeps him politically neutral, than as a focal point of active local opposition. If he is asked to resign by the new Carter administration, Nunez plans to return to his business ventures in housing development projects. It has been learned he woulcl also become active and vocal pol•' 'cally - maybe even run for l\tf' mayor.

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Emilio Nuiiez Portuondo, the former c\.li)a\, Ambassador to the United Nation s, died Saturday in Panama, after having been hospitalized for several w eeks, relatives living in Miami reported Sunday. He was 85. Nunez Portuondo was the father of Ricardo Nunez Garcia, who headed the federally funded Cuban Refugee Assitance Program in Miami. His father was General Emilio Nunez, one of the Cuban generals who headed Cuba's War of Independence at the turn of the century. and later became the first Governor of Havana, and Vice President or Cuba. Nunez Portuondo was Cuban Ambassador to Panama, Beigium and the U.N. At the international organization, be presided 0 路er the s e ~U!"! ty Council du ring the 50's, at the lime of the Hungarian revolt. He is survived by his widow, Olga Fabregas de Nunez, a native of Panama; sons Emilio. Ricardo and 1'l Fernando: and daughters Brunilda and Maria. NUNEZ Funeral services will be held today in Panama.


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