PIONEER CALACA TOWN GUERRILLAS
AFFILIATED TO BAHIA-DEGUITA UNIT
Pablo S. de Joya. Delfin de Leon asked those present the best thing to do in order that the efforts of the Japanese cotton company be futile. Having [been] discovered by some of our members through [the] underground movement that the cotton to be raised by the Japanese was not to be used solely or purposely for clothing but to be used for war material. Lt. Delfin de Leon suggested to convince the cotton farmers that the fertilizers distributed by the cotton company to them be buried or thrown to the river. We told cotton tenants that they should report only portions of their harvest, and use the great part for their own.
Notes and references:
1 “Pioneer Calaca Town Guerrilla Unit FAIT,” File No. 226, downloaded from PVAO.