Honolulu Star-Bulletin from Honolulu, Hawaii on August 22, 1973 · 23
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Honolulu Star-Bulletin from Honolulu, Hawaii · 23

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1 ! A-22 Honolulu Star-Bulletin Wednesday, August 22, 1973 White House Gives Cox ITT File WASHINGTON (AP) The White House has given Watergate special prosecutor Archibald Cox an International Telephone & Telegraph Corp. file he asked for a month ago, it was learned yesterday. A spokesman for the prosecutor's office confirmed that the file had been received recently. He refused to be more specific and declined further comment. Disclosure of receipt of the file; which Cox had described as of the utmost importance to his investigation of the ITT antitrust settlement, was made on the eve of the courtroom debate on Cox's demand for White House tapes of presidential conversations about Watergate. The ITT case, which was a major issue at the Sente confirmation hearings on the nomination of Richard G. Kleindienst to be attorney general, cropped up again at the Senate Watergate committee hearings with release of a White House memorandum which said documents existed which could link President Nixon to the settlement. Watergate committee chief counsel Samuel Dash said the memo also indicated former Atty. Gen. JohnN. Mitchell may have committed perjury during the Kleindienst confirmation hearings. CORRECTION ATLAS BONDED BRAKES' PHONE NUMBER appeared in the ad ran Aug. 17 in tha Star-BulUtin and Aug; 20 in tha Advartisar should hava reads 845-0975 Fu it iv e in Edwin M. Gaudet No Arrests in Sight in Plot Washington Star-New NEW ORLEANS, La. Federal authorities still are investigating a "possible conspiracy" to kill President Nixon but a Secret Service spokesman said no arrests appear imminent. A New Orleans television station reported last night that three men were under investigation in connection with the plot but Secret Service spokesmen would neither confirm nor deny the report. The television station said that the Justice Department has "authorized the arrest of several people." But Albert J. Winters, an assistant U.S. district attorney in New Orleans, said that "no warrants have been issued in this district" in connection with the conspiracy investigation and "none to my knowledge are being prepared." Winters said the alleged conspiracy is being investigated. Reports of a possible conspiracy to kill Nixon caused the President to cancel a motorcade through downtown New Orleans on Monday prior to his speech at a Veterans of Foreign Wars convention. There appeared to be skepticism among some New Orleans authorities as to whether anything would come of the investigation. One city police official said it was his impression that "this department is not looking for anybody." Sgt. Frank Hayward, public information officer for the city police, told reporters "It's a secret ball game." ARROYO HONDO, N.M. (AP) Former New Orleans policeman Edwin M. Gaudet, escorted by his wife, surrendered to a Secret Service agent in northern New Mexico today and was arrested on a charge of threatening the President. John Paul Jones, head of the Secret Service in New Mexico, advised Gaudet of his rights, then took him by car to Albuquerque, where a hearing was scheduled before a U.S. magistrate. Gaudet, who had eluded officers in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains east of here for nearly three days, refused to discuss the case, but he had this comment: "The government is organized crime. The Pope is the head of Mafia. And I support Angela Davis for president of the United States." His wife, Judy, and a-cousin, Stanley Gaudet of New Orleans, arranged the peaceful surrender after more than 20 hours of negotiations in the wilderness. , The surrender came after Mrs. Gaudet and Stanley Gaudet went inoo the mountains for .the third time since yesterday afternoon. After the second trip, Mrs. Gaudet said her husband was willing to surrender, providing he could be represented, by a New Orleans attorney who had defended him previously. The attorney was not identified. Mrs. Gaudet left the base camp near Arroyo Hondo to telephone the lawyer. The Secret Service said it would continue to keep all law enforcement offi-. cers out of the area in hopes of concluding the surrender. ' MRS. GAUDET and the cousin had returned from their first trip into the mountains at about 3 a.m. It was then that they said Gaudet had been about to surrender, but was frightened by a car. Stanley Gaudet said, "We convinced him to surrender. He came all the way back to the top of the mesa with us. He was getting ready to get in the truck and this car comes up there. He said, 'See, I told you they wasn't going to do what tkty said,' then took off." , Mrs. Gaudet andStanley Gauiet conferred private- hreat Case urrend ers ly with John Paul Jones, head of the Secret Service in New Mexico, then went back into the mountains to try again to convince her husband to surrender. EDWIN GAUDET, known in the Taos-area commune as Cat, is charged in a federal warrant issued in New Orleans with unlawfully threatening the President's life on Aug. 15. The indictment said Gaudet said in a New Orleans establishment, "Somebody ought to kill President Nixon. If no one has the guts, I'll do it." He slipped away from a Secret Service agent trying to serve the warrant at the commune Monday. Mrs. Gaudet said she had no idea where her husband was hiding when they drove their pickup into the mountains. She said they just walked around until he found them. Stanley Gaudet said his cousin was armed with a hunting rifle. HE SAID Edwin Gaudet told him he fired one shot into the ground Monday to frighten a pair of police, officers who were approaching his hiding place. The officers have said Gaudet fired two shots, apparently from a rifle, directly at them and that hey returned fire. Stanley Gaudet said his cousin told him that after fleeing from the Secret Service agent Monday, he slipped back into his com-- mune residence to retrieve his rifle, extra clothing and food, then retreated into the mountains. The hunted man's cousin quoted Gaudet, described as an experienced eut-doorsman, as saying he had been watching the search efforts almost continuously and has kept the base camp under surveillance. THE SEARCHERS first were pulled back after Mrs. Gaudet met with Jones, Taos County Sheriff Arthur Trujillo, commune owner Michael Duncan, and Duncan's attorney, John Ramming. The meeting followed an unsuccessful two-hour search by officers who roused sleeping commune . residents at dawn yesterday. Ramming earlier said he had been in contact with friends of Gaudet's "and hopefully we can make contact so a peaceful surrender can be made.". Mrs. Gaudet said yesterday that she and her husband were net in New Orleans on Aug. 15, the date mentioned in the warrant. She said she, her husband and three children left their home at the Morning Star commune the first week of July to go to New Orleans to visit her mother. But she said they returned the first week of August. "He was not in New Orleans last week," she said. "We were here, and we have numerous witnesses to prove that if anybody will just go listen." Gaudet was arrested in 1970 for throwing a burning American flag at the President's car in New Orleans. "central volume miv&J fei:J f-vy -1 T i 5 ah 'i U Jljii' $:-l!; ; ( U 1 !-"f ' ;ffe'MM& lMf44MLMnTMM Psase ub-hil nmmm win ovibstockip Aiawam ' 1 ; Ul ; , .,, .. ; Wed.-Thurs. & Fri. 9 TO SAT. 9 TO 5 PM 0015? jCCi1 iOCGOb' J 8 I Whirlpool q m CU. Ft. 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