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Aug 7, 79
w/John & Supono
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visit to PDP I first yr villages in Kudus (conta. of 5 day tour begun in book 9, p. 110)
first to [[underlined]] Hadi Polo [[/underlined]]
iron price now 120-160 Rp K
charcoal is 300 per tombong, 5-6 [[strikethrough]] K [[/strikethrough]] tombong to the karong.
teak because can't get iron red enough with other coal 
lurah requested 3 mil. Rp as seed money for coop
3 types of tools would like to have:
file
bor
grinda 
price of kikirs now 2000 for Canada made med. quality.
John asked question why can't use grinda for all - say use kikir for basic shaping, grinda for hollowing out blades (this at a scissors makers)
— drill holes in scissors w/bor if get order for halus work (instead of punch)
— village produces sabit at panen, pacul at beg. rainy season —— rest of time most of their prod. to Sumatra + Kal. on orders — orders for pisau, palu, bor, kampak
— smaller households or HH's with
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