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  • BRENHOUSE OWED TAXES; $1,900,000 U.S. Claims Against Slain Man are Found
  • Jersey Changes Ring Rules; DOCTORS TO CHECK AFTER EACH ROUND 10-Ounce Gloves, 90-Second Rest Periods ...
  • Griffith Visits Virgin Islands
  • CADUCEUS ADDED TO WESTBURY PACE; False Step and Apmat Also in Westbury Field of Ten
  • TENANTS WIN PLAY AREA; Four Sites Offered by City for Project in Chelsea
  • Rule Changes Proposed
  • PIPERS SET BACK STEERS, 106-102; Barnett Is Star as Victors Capture A.B.L. Crown
  • Paret's Ring Death Shocks Europeans; Boxing Is Assailed; Pictures Arouse Public
  • Wood, Field and Stream; New Ranges in Metropolitan Area Give Trapshooters a Chance to Roam a Bit
  • Condition of Injured Fighter Becomes Stabilized Somewhat; Hansaker Remains on Critical List, However, ...
  • PAJER TAKES CROWN IN COLLEGE BOWLING
  • National Hockey League
  • Destiny's Turn Wins
  • Campbell Named Yale Coach
  • Music Maid Triumphs
  • NAT'L BOWLING LEAGUE
  • Kratz Rides Fine New to $78.40 Victory Pay-Off in Feature at Laurel Track; REYNOLDS' FILLY LEADS FIELD ...
  • 220 to Challenge Pro Bowlers For $10,000 at Garden in May
  • Roosevelt Driver Standings
  • Empire Champion Is Beaten
  • Rain Becomes Heavy
  • HERNANDO SCORES IN HOUSTON TENNIS; QUALIFYING RESULTS
  • Aqueduct Entries
  • Eintracht Slates World Tour
  • Roosevelt Raceway Entries; GRAND CIRCUIT
  • Up Scope Scores 8-Length Triumph in Dash at Aqueduct; BAEZA, HIS RIDER, WINS THREE RACES Up Scope, at ...
  • Jockey Standings
  • Aqueduct Race Chart
  • USE OF STIMULANT ON STARS CHARGED; 3 Clubs, 8 Players Accused by Italian Soccer League
  • PLAY-OFF DATES LISTED; Seven-Game Schedule Drawn for Stanley Cup Hockey
  • Governor Wishes Yanks Well
  • The Dodgers Settle Down at Last in Chavez Ravine
  • OKLAHOMA PICKS COACH; Stevens of South Carolina to Direct Sooner Basketball
  • Two-Sport Choice Weighs on Gubner; Sophomore's Feats Are Outstanding in Both Events N.Y.U. Ace Must ...
  • Bowman Gets Dayton Post
  • FORD IS SELECTED TO OPPOSE HOEFT; Lopez Will Start in Left for Yanks Instead of Berra Maris and Mantle ...
  • WEST INDIES TRIUMPHS; Home Side Scores a 7-Wicket Victory as Nurse Stars
  • Mets Enjoy Last of Their Days As Unknown Quantity in Majors; Ashburn Waxes Nostalgic Hodges Homer Conscious ...
  • Colts Open First Major League Season in Houston Today; 32,000 EXPECTED AT CUBS' CONTEST Shantz Will ...
  • The Line-Up
  • Sports of The Times; Return of the Natives The Burden The Jolly Roger Restrained Impatience
  • Yanks and Dodgers Favored
  • NUXHALL TO ANGELS; A'S LAND M'DEVITT
  • Palmer's Money-Winnings
  • Kutyna Gets First Ball
  • PHILLIES TRIUMPH OVER REDS, 12-4; Dalrymple and Don Demeter Connect in 15-Hit Attack
  • Major League Baseball; American League National League TODAY'S PROBABLE PITCHERS
  • Senators Move Into a New Season and New Stadium by Beating Tigers, 4-1; DANIELS' 5-HITTER CAPTURES OPENER ...
  • Yanks, Seeking 27th Flag, Open Season Today Against Orioles at Stadium; Houk and Co. Get City Hall's Vote
  • Sports Today
  • Dinner Menu Offered for Tonight
  • DUDLEY A. VOORHEES SR.
  • The Cards
  • ALLEN R. HALLOCK
  • MT. CARROLL TEAM TAKES A.B.C. LEAD
  • FELIX GRAHAM, AIDE OF ENGINEERING FIRM
  • Emerson Beats Laver in 3 Sets And Wins Florida Tennis Final
  • Palmer Beats Gary Player by 3 Shots, Finsterwald by 9 in Masters Play-Off; Second Putt on the 18th Green ...
  • DR. MARY HAYES, SOCIOLOGIST, DIES; Forner Leader of U.S. Girl Scouts' Executive Panel
  • Palmer, With 3d Masters Title, Thinks It Should Have Been 5th
  • Restaurant On Review; La Cremaillere Is Among the Best Quality Varies Vins du Jour
  • Residence Guide
  • Two Ways Offered To Clean Oily Hair
  • Show Here Offers Host Of Antiques
  • Aprons Take On Charm; Bonnie Cashin's Styles Are Both Practical and Attractive
  • Robert Samuels Helped to Shape One-Half Century of Interior Decorating
  • Temple U. Paper is Winner
  • ACCUSATION STIRS SCARSDALE BOARD; Red Ties Laid to Member-- He Says He Will Sue
  • Summer Programs
  • Children's Shop Has Custom Styles; Fashions at the Green Frog Often Include Hand Embroidery Mexican ...
  • TELEVISION
  • ESTES RECEIVER ACTS; Confers With U.S. Officials on Grain Warehouses
  • Power Halted in Syracuse
  • 376 Chenangoes Get Licenses Under New Laws for Port Jobs
  • TV: Colonel Glenn's Drama Retold; Full Tension in Crisis of Re-Entry Revealed Two Networks Show Official ...
  • EUROPEANS OUTLINE SATELLITE TV PLANS
  • Edie Adams Stars
  • RADIO
  • Arrests Sought in Ship Dispute
  • Senate to Examine Marshall
  • SHIP LINES SEEK NEW CONFERENCE; Wider Membership Is Goal in the Caribbean Trade Some Lines Never Joined ...
  • Fire Records
  • AIRLINE 25 YEARS OLD; Trans-Canada Has Carried More Than 28,000,000
  • SHIPPING--MAILS; ALL HOURS GIVEN IN EASTERN STANDARD TIME Ships That Arrived Yesterday Incoming Passenger ...
  • BANK LOOTING FAILS; Safecrackers in Dublin Stop Inches Away From $56,000
  • Visible Satellites
  • WINS RADIO SOLD TO WESTINGHOUSE; Price of Station Is Reported at About $10 Million Programs May Compete ...
  • PILOT STRIKE GOES ON; St. Lawrence Union Refuses to Return, Canadian Aide Says
  • Defense Air Need Stressed
  • 2 SIDES IN STRIKE FIGHT INJUNCTION; Shipowners and Unions Give Views to Fact-Finders
  • SHIPPING EVENTS: U.S. HEARING SET; Agency to Study Application by American-Hawaiian Dock Hiring Declines ...
  • Helen Smith Married To Lawrence Thaw Jr.
  • Arts Show Is Planned For Hartridge School
  • Child to Mrs. John Savage
  • SHIP UNION LOSES ARBITRATION BID; Asked Extension of Pact to Isbrandtsen Subsidiary Other Points Listed ...
  • Miss Anne Hill, Debutante of '59, Will Be Married; She Becomes Engaged to Austin Taliaferro --Wedding in June
  • Bridgeport Concert Friday
  • Fete for Rehearsal Club
  • Pamela C. Steven Prospective Bride
  • American Dock Elects President
  • Homemaker Unit Will Be Assisted By Feteon May 7; Dinner Dance to Help Service Here That Cares for Children
  • Italian Entry at Cannes Listed
  • The Program
  • J.R. Arnzen to Wed Mrs. Jean Williams
  • 'U.S.' CELLIST MOVES RUSSIANS TO TEARS
  • Greta Rystedt Fiancee Of Munroe F. Pofcher
  • Fashion Show Revue Today To Aid Fund for 2 Hospitals
  • Hospital Aides In Stamford Set Benefit April 24; St. Joseph's Auxiliary to Hold a Luncheon and Style Show
  • Music: The Little Orchestra Society; Opera at Town Hall Led by Scherman 'Ariadne auf Naxos' Offered in Concert
  • 'West Side Story' Wins Oscar as Best Film; Also Gets 9 Others --Sophia Loren and Schell Honored Abby ...
  • CAMPBELL TO SHIFT ROLES IN 'GIDEON'; Will Move from Title Part to Replace March as God Drake Will Direct ...
  • The Cast(2)
  • 'How to Succeed' to Be Cited
  • Cabaret Tonight
  • PHILHARMONIC SETS NEW CONCERT PRICES
  • MUSIC NOTES
  • The Screen: Jean Cocteau's Mirror; Film About Director at 5th Ave. Cinema French 'Testament of Orpheus' ...
  • '62 Kelcey Allen Award Won by ANTA Official
  • Theatre Today
  • Broadway Group Fills Post
  • CASALS OUTLINES A PEACE CRUSADE; 'Cellist Plans 2-Year World Tour as a Conductor Seeks to Aid Liberty ...
  • Auric Will Head Operas in Paris
  • The Cast
  • Leading Ladies Prefer Direction By Men, Woman's World or Not
  • Theatre: Peterson Work; His 'Entertain a Ghost' at Actors Playhouse
  • KENNEDY ROLE IS FILLED; Cliff Robertson to Portray President as Navy Officer
  • News Summary and Index; The Major Events of the Day International National Metropolitan
  • Art: William Fuhri's Figure Paintings; Works Are on Display at the World House They Show Influence of ...
  • GOOD MAN SIGNS 12 FOR RUSSIAN TOUR; Band Will Include at Least Four More Musicians Four Made Brussels Trip
  • WHITMAN IS SIGNED FOR 'TODAY WE LIVE'
  • 45 NURSING HOMES TO LOSE LICENSES; Mangum Says Their Closing Under New City Rule Will Bring Acute Shortage ...
  • Urgent Need Found To Extend Supply Of Suffolk Water
  • Strict Motor Chief May Finally Win Jersey Approval
  • Obituary 1 -- No Title
  • Rare Whooping Crane Has Debut
  • Girls Win 4 of 10 Top Awards At 24th Science Fair in City; Young Scientists Exhibit Award-Winning Projects
  • Seller of Solutions to Contests Indicted for Evasion of Taxes
  • OLD DIARY SHEDS LIGHT ON RALEIGH; Reveals Essex as Godfather of Son of Sir Walter by a Secret Marriage ...
  • BABYLON EVENTS GET EXACT DATES; A Scholar Uses Old Tablets and a Modern Computer Fit Like a Jigsaw
  • CHILDREN'S UNIT MARKS 50TH YEAR; Kennedy, at Bureau Fete, Urges That U.S. Be Kept as 'a Happy Nursery' ...
  • FRANK CHAMERS, ENGINEER, WAS 53; Head of Strategic Materials Corporation Is Dead
  • MRS. K. KONFRIED OTTO
  • CHARLES R. BARRETT, ESTATE LAWYER, 65
  • Norman R. Althauser Is Dead; Retired Alcoa Controller, 65
  • ARTHUR JACOBER
  • J. RAYMOND HEPLER, HORTICULTURIST, 75
  • Mme. Bonnet Memorial Set
  • PERRY HOUGH, 88, OPHTHALMOLOGIST; Manhattan Practitioner for Half a Century Is Dead
  • DR. ERNEST MEILI
  • JAMES J. DAVIS JR.
  • MAX S. HERRMAN
  • HAROLD LAMB, 69, HISTORIAN, IS DEAD; Biographer of Great Names of the Past Was Novelist Wrote 'New Found ...
  • PAUL H. ARTHUR, 67, A LAWYER SINCE '21
  • In The Nation; A Test That Could Clarify the Brennan Decision Dangling Questions Inequities Cited
  • HENRY W. ZADIKOFF
  • The Shah of Iran
  • HARRY MOSKOWITZ, 88; American Israel Publishing Company Chairman Dies
  • Letters to The Times; Teacher Defends Striking Condon-Wadlin Act, Enjoining Civil Employee, Held Unenforceable ...
  • WALTER SCHIFFER DIES; Partner of Newborg &. Co., Brokerage Firm, Was 51
  • Topics; Centennial of a New Yorker
  • Books--Authors; 'Home' to Liberia Books on Tunneling Tales by Ehrenburg
  • Events Today
  • Settlements Need Support
  • Eleventh-Hour Agreement
  • Books of The Times; Path to Victory or Villainy Trod by the Best and Worst
  • Books Today; General
  • TOURISM TALKS URGED; Meeting Proposed for Rome on World Travel Ideas
  • Twenty-one Years to Act
  • The Wagner Budget
  • The Yugoslav Censorship
  • Tactful Money Man William Francis Shea; Suits Simply Tailored Musical Chairs
  • BUSINESS CRITICIZED ON U.S. TRADE LOSS
  • CHRYSLER APPROVES TURBINE-CAR DESIGN
  • Critic at Large; Publication of State Department Papers on China of 1943 Evokes Reflections
  • 19 HELD IN ALABAMA AFTER STORE SIT-INS
  • Contract Bridge; Ducking Play Rarely Troubles Experts, But the History of It Is Elusive
  • ARCHITECTS BACK CADMAN PROJECT; City Commission Reserves Decision on Plan
  • U. of Michigan Gets Loan
  • General Gets New Assignment
  • THREE WIN BOOK AWARDS; Allen, Dumond and Griffin Honored as Authors
  • TAX HELP IS EXTENDED; State Offices to Stay Open Until 1 P.M. Saturday
  • Departmental Budget Totals Set Up by the Mayor
  • 91 Cubans Move to Coast
  • Jamaica High Student Wins Chemistry Award
  • STRIKE COULD COST JOBS OF TEACHERS; But They Say Condon-Wadlin Law Is Unconstitutional Union Leaders ...
  • Shah Gives Land to 522
  • Board Calls Hearing On 35-Pound Budget
  • Car-Truck Crash Kills Man HACKENSACK, N.J., April
  • 25 SCHOOL BOARDS TO REPLACE 54 HERE
  • Digest of the Mayor's Budget Requests of $2,771,202,764 for the Coming Fiscal Year; Legislature Is Accused ...
  • TOWER IN BROOKLYN FOR BRIDGE IS BEGUN
  • WOMAN JAILED IN THEFT; Bank Executive Gets 3 Years for Embezzling $318,000
  • New Unit of Campfire Girls
  • YALE SELLS RARE COIN; Donated $20 Goldpiece Brings $18,000 to University Fund
  • Mrs. Kennedy Back in Capital.
  • Text of Rockefeller Telegram to Cogen on City Aid; Figures Given
  • BAR ON WEST SIDE GOES SCHOLASTIC; Becomes an After-School Study Hall for Youths Includes W. 84th St. ...
  • FISCHER FILES SUIT IN CHESS DEFAULT; Seeks Resumption to Match Awarded to Reshevsky Refuses to Appear
  • MEDICAL RESEARCH AID; Senator Neuberger is Honored by Albert Einstein College
  • SCHOOL WRIT WON BY QUEENS FATHER; His Wife Is a Teacher and 2 Children Are Students
  • RETIREMENT BILL URGED; Canadian Plan Would Force Senators to Quit at 75
  • G.O.P. ACCUSES CITY OF 'LIE' ON RENTS; Lawmakers Say Mrs. Gabel Seeks Scapegoat for Rises
  • HARLEM LANDLORD GETS FINE OF $525
  • HOUSE GROUP VOTES MORE OF FARM BILL
  • A Wonderful Town
  • KHEEL TO SHUN BID FOR BUCKLEY SEAT; Back from Florida Ready to Decline Mayor's Plea
  • PRESIDENT IS CITED FOR OVERSEAS AID
  • 350 ON TEACHER LISTS; Board of Examiners Finishes Project in Record Time
  • BIG MANEUVER OPENS; President and Shah to Observe Marine Landing Saturday
  • NEW IRT ELEVATOR; Lift Installed on 7th Ave. Line at Clark St. Station
  • The Proceedings In Washington
  • CITY AIDE WARNS ON LOSS OF BEACH; Dissents as Plan Unit Votes Housing in Rockaways Issues Dissenting ...
  • Hirohito Sees Fiber Made
  • U.S. Dead in Laos Identified
  • R.E.A. DROPS SECRECY; It Will Publicize Applications for Rural Power Projects
  • TULANE IS ENJOINED; Court Bars the School From Keeping Out Negroes
  • EXPLORERS' MEDAL IS GIVEN TO GLENN
  • Shah Leaves for U.S. Visit
  • New Chairman Is Picked By lona College Board
  • DISTRICTING SUIT FILED IN VIRGINIA; '62 Reapportionment Called Unfair to Urban Areas Signed Saturday
  • 2 BROTHERS GUILTY IN $280,000 SWINDLE
  • Bergen Freeholders Honored
  • Rep. Judd Plans to Quit Politics; Served Minnesota for 10 Terms; Republican, a Former Medical Missionary ...
  • EMOTIONAL FACTORS NOTED IN ACCIDENTS
  • Text of Affidavit Accusing 2 of Planning Court Fix; Meeting of 6 Described Doctor Accused Pay-Offs Listed ...
  • CHARLES TAFT BACKS KENNEDY ON TARIFF
  • KANSAS CITY WINS SUIT; Law Barring Discrimination by Hotels and Cafes Is Upheld
  • N.L.R.B. WINS TEST IN SUPREME COURT; Lower Bench Told to Review Voiding of Board's Ruling New Yardstick ...
  • UTILITY HEAD ASKS RISE IN TAX CREDIT; Action to Spur Investment Is Urged in Senate Inquiry
  • Jailed Prelate III in Red China
  • RYE NEGRO PUSHES APARTMENT FIGHT; Asks Court to Block Rentals in Place He Says Bars Him
  • Kennedy News Talk Tomorrow
  • A SECRET SATELLITE LAUNCHED ON COAST
  • SHELTER HELP OFFERED; State Prepared to Give 'All' the Information Necessary'
  • PARLEY ON AGED BEGUN; Ribicoff Urges Mobilizing of Older Persons' Talents
  • BIAS FOE DEPLORES U.S. HOUSING RULE; Charges Order Will Permit Discrimination in South
  • U.S. GETS LAOTIAN NOTE; Envoy Gives Message From King to Kennedy on Rift
  • Major Houston Hotels Now Accept Negroes
  • G.E. Scientist Is Named An Adviser to Hodges
  • HOUSE G.O.P. AIMS TO TALK ALL NIGHT; Gets 15 Hours of Floor Time To Decry Administration Erasing a 'Snow Job'
  • RED CROSS IS FLOODED; Broken Main Puts Six Feet of Water in Headquarters
  • May Intercede for Others
  • LEGISLATORS BACK PRICE-CUTTING CURB
  • Bonn Says Hitler's War Has Cost It 62.5 Billion
  • DR. SCHWARZ HERE FOR ANTI-RED DRIVE
  • A.M.A. Names Health Aide
  • 15 CLERICS FREED IN JACKSON CASE; Rockefeller'S Son-in-Law in Anti-Segregation Group
  • BELGIAN COMMUNIST GIVES IDEAS ON SPLIT
  • CRURCHMEN BEGIN TALKS ON MERGER; 4 Groups Discuss Unity Plan in Goodwill Atmosphere Proposed by Dr. Blake
  • STUDEBAKER GIVES 'DARING' CAR PLAN; Will Offer Avanti, Radically Styled Sports Coupe Designed By Loewy ...
  • INSURANCE RATE IS CUT; Fees for Congo Trade Reduced By London Underwriters
  • U.S. Ambassador to Canada Retires
  • Permission Granted For Trip
  • Some Radiations Found Helpful In Lessening Effects of Others; Small Radar Waves Curb X-Ray Harm in Animals--Gravity ...
  • Tel Aviv and Seoul Set Ties
  • PARTY DEMANDS FRONDIZI RETURN; Setback for Guido Coincides With Weakening of Peso
  • YEAR PUT CANADA 791 MILLION IN RED
  • STATE OFFICIALS ASK BROAD WIRETAP LAW
  • RIVER PACT STIRS OTTAWA DISPUTE; Liberals Fail in Bid to Start a Debate in Commons Disputes Justice ...
  • U.S.-CANADA ACCORD ON TAXES IN EFFECT
  • Brazil Studing Rise of Peasant Leagues as Concern Is Aroused Over Violence in Northeast Region; Countryside ...
  • Ruanda-Urundi Talks Open
  • Greek Opposition Wins Vote
  • Ecuador Seizes 9 in Revolt
  • Paul Mellon Will Get Arts Award
  • PENTAGON CHIDED ABOUT CONTRACTS; House Group Notes Awards to Brokers, Not Builders One Secret Item
  • Nehru Enlarges Cabinet for His Fourth Term; Five Members Are Added to New Delhi Leadership Officials ...
  • SEVEN U.S. DIVERS HOME FROM CUBA; Tell of Treatment as Guests of Castro After Capture Boat Ran Aground
  • GUIANA BUDGET SCORED; Leader Who Opposes Jagan Asks More Demonstrations
  • CUBANS FLY TODAY TO RANSOM TALKS; Exile Group Will Negotiate for 1,179 Prisoners
  • Thompson Stops Off in Bonn
  • DENIAL BY M'NAMARA; He Says He Did Not Criticize Handling of the RS-70
  • BELMONTE DEATH CALLED SUICIDE; Spanish Bullfighter Said to Have Ended Life With Gun
  • Greenland to Get Yaks
  • Soviet Sets Indonesia Aid
  • 2 G.I.'S IN VIETNAM DIED IN AN AMBUSH; Team of 4 Fought Half Hour In Trap Near Village
  • U.S. to Seek Release of 2
  • Autopsy Is Reported
  • Lisbon Students in 'Mourning'
  • THANT NAMES LINNER; U.N. Aide Going to Brussels for Liaison on Congo
  • POLES FINE U.S. MAN FOR CURRENCY DEAL
  • M'NAMARA WARY OF ARMED AID CUT; He and Lemnitzer See No Reduction in Red Threat Support Aid Request
  • MALAYA SPURS COLLEGE; Canadians to Help Found Unit for Teachers
  • JAMAICANS VOTE TODAY; Choosing Government to Take Island to Independence
  • Exile Group Accuses Moscow Of Exploiting East Europeans; Trade Figures Analyzed by Assembly of Captive ...
  • South Africa Extends Ban
  • Soviet Notes Gagarin Flight
  • British Budget Shuffles Taxes; Raises Some and Cuts Others; Conservative Plan for 17 Billion Outlay ...
  • RATHBONE ENDORSES FREER WORLD TRADE
  • Syrian Army Extends Rule
  • 17 SENTENCED IN NEPAL; Get 3 to 6 Years for Attempt to Release Ex-Premier
  • Boats Aid in Chicago Traffic
  • POLICE AT RALLY CALLED BRUTAL; Witnesses Tell Court of Times Sq. Demonstration Says Bell Was Dazed Urged ...
  • GROMYKO MAY SEE TITO; Russian Official Is Expected in Yugoslavia Next Week
  • U.N. Group Deadlocked On Defining Aggression
  • U.S. Challenges Soviet to Ban Marx, Lenin and Stalin Books; Dean Chides Zorin for Combating War Propaganda ...
  • MORE NEWS MEDIA URGED BY UNESCO
  • Ehrenburg Hails U.S. Writers
  • SUKARNO REPEATS THREAT ON GUINEA
  • French Factory Explosion Kills 16
  • Goulart Starts Mexican Visit
  • OFFICER FACES SPY TRIAL; Air Force Captain Is Accused of Aiding German Reds
  • Dysentery Grows in Germany
  • The Proceedings In the U.N.
  • West to Blame Soviet
  • BONN WOULD REPAY REPARATION LOSSES
  • U.S. HAILS FRENCH VOTE; Rusk Says Referendum Could Help Relations With Arabs
  • Moslem to Head Force
  • Adenauer Returns to Bonn
  • Oran Curbs Papers
  • Stahr Sees Korean Leader
  • TEACHERS VOTE TO DEFER SCHOOL STRIKE FOR A DAY; MAYOR ORDERS AID STUDY
  • Rightist Leader Seized
  • 'Floating Village' Considered
  • Right-Hander Kennedy (Good Pitch, No Field) Opens Baseball Season; President's Pitch Opens Season But ...
  • The Text of Security Council Resolution
  • Governor Offers to Lend Education Funds to City; Hurd Told to Be Ready Budget Rise Urged GOVERNOR OFFERS ...
  • DE GAULLE WEIGHS CALL FOR ELECTION; Meets With Debre to Review Victory on Algeria Accord
  • NEW MEETING SET; Members Summoned to 4 P.M. Session to Decide Course False Reports Charged TEACHERS ...
  • 'Trap' Is Charged In Court Fix Case; 'TRAP' IS CHARGED IN COURT-FIX CASE Sentence Reduced 'Trap' Alleged ...
  • 2D AREA IN PACIFIC MARKED FOR TESTS; High-Altitude Blasts Likely at Johnston Island Site U.S. Sets Up ...
  • East Berliners Ram Wall With Truck and Flee to West
  • 3 Nations Revitalize A Union for Europe; TALKS REVITALIZE A EUROPEAN UNION New Difficulties
  • WEST IS DRAFTING BID TO KHRUSHCHEV TO JOIN TEST BAN; Kennedy and Macmillan May Send Message Today to ...
  • Size of de Gaulle Victory Shocks French in Algeria; Gloom Replaces Confidence Doubt Is Growing ALGERIA'S ...
  • U.N. COUNCIL VOTE CENSURES ISRAEL; Raid Into Syria Deplored by 10-to-0 Ballot Affirming an Earlier Reprimand ...
  • MAYOR'S BUDGET SEEKS 2.7 BILLION; TAXES WILL GO UP; Costs to Rise $223,748,027 to a Record--Realty Levy ...
  • Foley House on 18th St. Sold
  • JERSEY MOTEL IN DEAL; The Skyview in Fort Lee Is Being Bought by Partners
  • HUNTINGTON SITE TO BE STORE AREA; Center Planned on 2 Acres Lease Made at Westbury Westbury Plant Leased ...
  • MONY Names New Counsel
  • COATS FOR EASTER IN STRONG DEMAND
  • G.C. MURPHY SHOWS DECLINE IN VOLUME; OTHER CHAIN SALES
  • REALTY CONCERN ELECTS; 2 Directors Are Chosen by Cushman & Wakefield
  • LARGE OIL COMPANIES RAISED 1961 PROFITS
  • Zinc, Steel Mill Men Meet
  • $2,000,000 DEAL MADE IN TENAFLY; Alexander Summer and Wife Buy Part of Development East Orange House ...
  • Investing Group Buys Montreal Development
  • CATERPILLAR PROMOTES; William Franklin Elevated to Executive Vice President
  • R.C.A. TUBE EXPANSION; $1,700,000 Program Is Set for Marion, Ind., Plant
  • Dividend Meetings
  • 1-YEAR MATURITIES ARE $91,723,272,994
  • COTTON FUTURES MIXED LAST WEEK; Domestic Contracts Up 5 to Down 3 Points Here
  • Re-Insurer Elevates Three
  • Chicago Group Elects Three
  • Research Unit for Anaconda
  • Insurance Broker Promotes
  • BLOCK URGED FOR U.N.; Costikyan Asks for East Side Rezoning for Later Use
  • COFFEE PACT TRIMS QUOTAS ON EXPORTS
  • COMPANY REPORTS
  • BONDS CALLED FOR REDEMPTION
  • 2 KENNEDY BILLS TERMED AT ODDS; Tax Plan Is Said to Counter Trade Measure's Goal of Foreign Commerce ...
  • Advance Is Made in Steel Rolling
  • STOCKS IN LONDON ADVANCE SHARPLY; Market Casts Off Caution Index Rises 9.1 Points Index Rises by 9.1
  • PRICES OF GRAINS ADVANCE IN WEEK Soybean and Rye Futures Each Up 3 Cents a Bushel
  • MutualFunds: Tax Plan Assailed; Industry Criticizes Withholding Idea for Dividends Concept Is Opposed ...
  • International Loans Listed for Week
  • Dillon Views Tax Bill; Secretary Urges Senators to Stiffen House Measure and Add a New Item View on ...
  • TRADE RISE HELPS RICH LANDS MOST; Less Developed Nations Had Smaller Part of Exports in 1960 Than in ...
  • Royal Warrant a Big Salesman, Biscuits Through Champagne; Prince Philip's Role ROYAL WARRANT A BIG SALESMAN ...
  • REPORTS OF ARRIVAL OF BUYERS; BUYERS IN TOWN
  • DUTCH SHARES EASIER
  • European Money Men Troubled By Varying Conversion Policies; Converting Tradition
  • AUSTRALIAN ROLE ON OIL IS DEBATED; Labor Party Urges Country Keep Control of Reserves Two U.S. Concerns
  • TREND UNCERTAIN IN STEEL MARKET; Signing of New Labor Pact Brings Cancellations and Deferments of Orders ...
  • Pharaohs' Copper Rediscovered; Sudan Finds Ancient Body of Ore May Yield Again U.S.-Italian Concern ...
  • SWISS SECURITIES CONTINUE TO FALL; Early Rally Fails to Hold and Prices Dip for Week
  • DALMATIAN TAKES FIRST MAIN PRIZE; Roadcoach Spice Is Best in 58th Rhode Island Show THE CHIEF AWARDS ...
  • Globetrotters Beat All-Stars
  • Steel Mill Shipments Off
  • Miss McAlister First in Diving
  • WERNER TRIUMPHS IN SKIING ON COAST
  • 500-Mile Race Off to April 22
  • Tornese Takes Italian Trot
  • ROYAL OSLO BEST AMONG 2,622 DOGS; Westminster Winner Bows Earlier to Dandie Dinmont in the Terrier Group ...
  • Swimming Future Bright for U.S.; Saari, 17, Gains Top Honor in A.A.U. Indoor Meet Schollander, 15, Also ...
  • RUTGERS ON TOP, 18-11; Defeats Australian Lacrosse Team as Valestra Stars
  • NELSON SKATING VICTOR; Takes 3 of 5 Eastern Events Janet Tighe Triumphs
  • Chief Awards at Dog Show; TOY Breed Winners SPORTING Breed Winners HOUND Breed Winners TERRIER Breed ...
  • LAKERS SET BACK CELTICS, 129-122; Los Angeles Ties Play-Off Series at Game Apiece West Gets First 11 ...
  • Roosevelt Raceway Entries
  • Foyt Takes 100-Mile Auto Race; Pace Is a Record 101.101 M.P.H.; Foyt Regains Lead Sachs Held Old Mark
  • LAUINGER TOP RIDER IN HUNTINGTON SHOW; THE CLASS WINNERS
  • Misti Captures Prix Ganay
  • Sports Today; BASEBALL GOLF
  • Stagg, 99, to Be Honored By a Scholarship Fund
  • PRESIDENT HEADS CAPITAL PROGRAM; Will Throw Out First Ball at Senators' New Stadium in '62 Season Opener. ...
  • Colts Finish First Spring Tour With 17-11 Mark; Houston Beats Angels, 8 to 4, With Five Run Rally in ...
  • HALL STANDS OUT IN CHICAGO'S GOAL; Net-Minder Stops 41 Shots McDonald, Wharram Score for Victors Hall ...
  • SUFFOLK BOWS, 11-5; New York Wins in Lacrosse as 8 Players Get Goals
  • Austria Downs Ireland, 3-2
  • You Would Never Know It, but the Mets Are Home
  • Rainout of Mets-Orioles Game Caps a Trying Day for Stengel; Casey Fails in Attempt to Talk to Weiss ...
  • Sports of The Times; On Firm Underfooting The Whistler The Field Going Down
  • Byrne Becomes Chess Master
  • Opening-Day Pitchers
  • London Crew Wins in France
  • MILAN WINS CROWN; 4-to-2 Victory Over Torino Gains Italian Soccer Title
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  • Gulyas Wins Cannes Tennis
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  • ZINN SETS COURSE MARK; West Point Team Victor in 12-Mile Walking Race
  • Women on Campus
  • FULLMER WILLING TO FIGHT PENDER; N.B.A. King Challenged by Conqueror of Downes
  • SILVER LADY WINS AT BEDFORD SHOW; THE CLASS WINNERS
  • TENNIS PROPOSED FOR '68 OLYMPICS; Plan Will Be Considered in Paris Meeting Saturday
  • Injured Boxer Speaks to Wife After Second Brain Operation
  • Dictionary Suggested For a June Graduate
  • Adult Urged To Fill Gaps In Book List; Follow Bent Talk With Specialist
  • Ex-Employe Remembers Life at Shop; No Time to Pause Fashions Then Every Cent Counted
  • Best Leader Shares Role, Expert Says; Senstivity Needed
  • Dinner Menu for Tonight
  • Health Booklet
  • India Latest Source Of Style Inspiration
  • Washing Machine May Take to Pills
  • Maternity Wear Styled Along A-Line
  • Most Oil Imported
  • RADIO
  • Tufts Wins on 'College Bowl'
  • TV: A Choreographer's Conception of the Story of Christ; C. B. S. Offers 'Laudes Evangelii' by Massine ...
  • SHIPPING MAILS; ALL HOURS GIVEN IN EASTERN STANDARD TIME Ships That Arrived Yesterday Incoming Passenger ...
  • TELEVISION
  • Art and Interiors Are Highlights of Benefit House Tour Thursday
  • FOURTH ORE CARRIER TO JOIN FORD FLEET
  • TV SPONSORS QUIT DISPUTED DRAMA; 3 Drop 'Defenders' April 28 Play Dealing With Abortion Broadcasting Notes
  • DREDGE UNION SIGNS CONTRACT IN SOUTH
  • L.I. AIR LIMOUSINES DUE; Service to Provide Hourly Transport to Airports
  • SHIP LINE REGAINS 5 MILLION IN TAX; Waterman's Victory in Suit Opens Way to Recovery
  • Shortage of Airports Predicted; Suburban Growth Held Factor
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  • TRANSPORT NEWS: PIER REBUILDING; Municipal Program to Aid United States Lines New Service for Hawaii ...
  • MATSON DISCLOSES LOSS OF $1,067,137
  • French Line Aide Retires
  • Maritime Aide to Speak
  • Acting Freight Chairman
  • C.A.B. OPENS STUDY OF AIR CHARTERS; Hearings Starting Today on Supplemental Lines' Sales
  • Port Agency Names Pier Rent Aide
  • CHAMBER CONCERT OFFERS NEW WORK; Claire Polin Sonata Heard at Carnegie Recital Hall
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  • Lockwood to Produce Play
  • PREVIN IS SOLOIST OF PHILHARMONIC; He Performs Shostakovich's First Piano Concerto
  • Milk Man Delivers Real Estate Ad
  • MUSIC NOTES
  • VIHUELA IS PLAYED BY RENATA TARRAGO
  • PROGRAM OF SONGS GIVEN BY THE STOTTS
  • Six Castings Announced
  • 2-UNION SPACE DRIVE; U.A.W. and I.A.M. Emphasize Job Security in the Industry
  • 'NORMA' PRESENTED BY BROOKLYN OPERA
  • EILEEN FARRELL SINGS AT HUNTER; Soprano Includes Debussy in Her Recital at College Aria From Verdi
  • KUPREVICIUS PLAYS PIANO AT TOWN HALL
  • Bronx Tenement Blaze Wipes Out Family of 4
  • Accordion Concert Offered
  • SUMMERS, BARITONE, MAKES LOCAL DEBUT
  • MALFITANO OFFERS 4 WORKS FOR VIOLIN
  • Tribute Paid to Hammerstein In a Program Filled With Song; Late Lyricist Honored at the 46th Street ...
  • Cabaret Tonight
  • FOUR GUILTY IN FRAUD; Convicted of Conspiring to Defraud U.S. in Insurance
  • MODERN-WORK SERIES ENDED BY CITY OPERA
  • Triumvirate to Lead Democrats in Queens
  • M-G-M USING CINERAMA; 'Brothers Grimm' Is the First 'Story' Film With Process
  • OSCARS TAKE OVER HOLLYWOOD SCENE; Top Film Awards to Be Given Tonight Program on TV Worth Weight in ...
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  • LAMOTTA IS QUERIED IN HASTINGS MURDER
  • Nina Novak, Ballerina, Injured
  • SURRENDER ACCORD GIVEN APPOMATTOX
  • Governor Helps Dedicate New Synagogue in Bronx
  • Newspaper Session Opens
  • FLYING SIMULATED BY PICTURE DEVICE; Man Sitting on a Stool-Like Navy Gadget Feels That World Is Spinning ...
  • State to Buy Hotel In Catskills Used By Ulysses Grant
  • FOLK SONGS BLOOM IN WASHINGTON SQ.; Season of Self-Expression Opens on a Note of Social and Musical ...
  • 8-Sided Hotel on Stilts Proposed To Replace Old Tarrytown Inn
  • STATE TO WIDEN L.I. ROAD IN FALL; 2-Lane Babylon-Northport Artery Will Be Improved as a 4-Lane Highway ...
  • Nassau Dedicates A Library Branch For Farmingdale
  • News Summary and Index; The Major Events of the Day International National Metropolitan Sports
  • Youths Fill the Bars on State Border; A Loss of Innocence
  • Borough Fills 6,000 Potholes
  • Obituary 3 -- No Title
  • MRS. OSCAR GRUEN
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  • ISIDOR FRIEDMAN
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  • Letters to The Times; To Increase M.D. Output Leader in Medical Education Calls for Building of More ...
  • West Virginia's Plight
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  • AREA SAFETY UNIT MEETS HERE TODAY; 8,000 to Attend Sessions of Greater New York Council
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  • Monroe Carol Marries Miss Jean E. Jellinek
  • Jeremy Gordon Will Marry Sara J. Auchincloss in May
  • Events Today
  • Stuart Glovinsky Weds Miss Eleanor Brenner
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  • Suellen Stone Wed To Alden S. Harris
  • CRUSADER ARRIVES HERE; Dr. F.C. Schwarz Is Planning Anti-Communist School
  • Brush for Powder
  • Fete on April 29 To Aid Activities Of Theatre Wing; Tony Awards Will Be Presented at Annual Dinner Dance
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  • Shearing Hurts Only Sheep's Vanity
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  • STEVENSON ASSERTS U.N. BALANCE SHIFTS
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  • 2 DIE AS CAR HITS POLE; Vehicle Jumps Center Island in Jersey, Killing Brothers
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  • FETE AT SHAARE ZEDEK; Lefkowitz Helps Congregation Celebrate Its 125th Year
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The topic of this year's essay contest of the Harvard-Radcliffe Club of Rochester was: "If there is no struggle, there can be no progress." (Frederick Douglas).

 

The writers of the winning essays were recognized at the annual meeting and dinner on May 17, when they received framed certificates and checks.

 

The winners of the HRCR essay contest for 2017 are as follows:

 

1st Place: Madelaine Hastings, grade 10, Brighton HS ($250

                                   

2nd Place: Bridget Welch, grade 11, Pittsford Mendon HS ($100)

 

3rd Place: Kathryn Gentile, grade 11, Pittsford Mendon HS ($50)