In talking about the Laurel boy’s application for commission I took up with Gen L. the estimate of the boys future service bearing in mind the antecedents of his father and his business connections with the Japs. Gen L. let me know that he has gotten into some Jap corporation ₱1000 w/ Rudo) in order that he can get some information about the Japanese and that he had no other purpose for entering into business w them but this. Last year it was published that Mrs. L was a directress in this corporation. See also copy of letter Rudo wrote Gen. L.
(April 24, 1894–January 6, 1945), second Filipino graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point. At the time of this diary, serving as assistant chief of staff of the Philippine Army.All Posts