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(Diagram here.) W = Western Elongation E = Eastern Elongation Western Elongations: March 17 Eastern Elongations: March 25 April 2 April 10 April 19 April 27 May 5 May 13 May 22 May 30 June 8 References: SKY AND TELESCOPE, Vol.37 No.3 (March 1969) page 201 No.4 (April 1969) page 265 No.5 (May 1969) page 333 No.6 (June 1969) page 401 THE LAST WORD Certainly, the foregoing shows that valuable work can be done by the fellow with the modest instrument; most of the observations were made with 4- and 6-inch telescopes. We trust that each Centre now has an observing group and will appoint someone to sub- mit observations on a regular basis. (They will be returned promptly after being copied.) As only three Centres have NOT yet been heard from, it appears that our program will bear results soon, (Is your Centre one of the silent ones?) NOTE: To Centres in Ontario and Quebec - I am prepared to visit each of you for a week- end and give a talk on observing or give tips on how and why we should observe. Just write or call! Kenneth E. Chilton, National Co-ordinator, Planetary Section, 93 Currie Street, Hamilton 57, Ontario 28 October, 1969. Phone: 416-388-0586.