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told us[crossed out] he got his fine bamboo strips (see above p. 4), but w no such strips being produced or sold 
in fact saw the girls at Pak Amat's making their own fine strips by splitting them off with their thumbnail from a larger bamboo piece 
Chinese factory manager but not clear about ownership 

4. visit to a large light [crossed out] bulb [and/plus sign] neon lamp factory 
most processes automated except filling the machines, bulb testing, putting in of fine wires and elements - latter done by girls using tweezers [and/plus sign] foot operated clampers
workers young girls [and/plus sign] boys in the 17-27 age bracket 
owners [and/plus sign] factory supervisors 
Chinese
workers paid monthly, Rp 5000-7500 depending on the experience, which works out to about Rp 200 per day 
were about 150 [[?]] workers in the factory when we were there 

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"Bankiva"
5. visit to a large automated [crossed out] livestock feed factory - produces bag feed mainly for chickens but also for sheep, pigs, etc. uses such ingredients as fish meal, corn, coconut [and/plus sign] rice milling bi-products, plant meal, etc.
owned by 8 wealthy [[Javanese?]] in Jakarta [and/plus sign] Jogja, including economists, veterinarians, prof. from the faculty of animal husbandry, etc.

[crossed out] August 10 - visited factories in Jogja itself, as follows:

*1. visit to [crossed out] tempe factory in Ketanggungan area - small factory which produces high-quality tempe from mainly imported American soy beans owned by Pak Pedrosoejono by apparently his wife takes a hand in the managment; 25 workers actually work in the factory to make the tempe [crossed out] while another 48 sellers are used to distribute the tempe
[[margin]] KOTA MADYA

Transcription Notes:
bankiva- a type of chicken(i think) tempe- fermented soy beans

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