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Lunar Occultations Section, Bulletin No.2 -2- scheduled to be observed at a location sane eight miles from the city. In attempting to record the multiple occultations expected, as the star passed behind a number of lunar peaks, the Edmonton observers took along a portable tape recorder, shortwave radio and two telescopes. In addition, Dr. E.G Cumming of the University of Alberta brought the Physics Department' s strip recorder to permit simultaneous recording of time signals and occultation events. Needless to say, clear skies lasted all evening until 5:00 a.m., just minutes prior to the graze! A little weary - and dejected - these observers are waiting with enthusiasm for the next graze to pass by Edmonton. Franklin C. Loehde, National Co-ordinator, Lunar Occultations Section, Standing Committee on Observational Activities, 8332 Jasper Avenue, 28 February, 1967. Edmonton, Alta.