Results are presented for eight X-ray sources observed on an October 1,1964, rocket flight. The most detailed information is for the brightest source in Scorpius which has been located at a = 16"l 4"' + 1"' a = - 15"36' l 15'. Although seven of the eight sources lie inside the longitude interval 344" in ½ 16", no measurable quantity of 4-keV X-rays is associated with the positions of Kepler's supernova or the galactic center. The spectrum of the brightest Scorpius source is peaked in the 4- range. For all sources, more flux is observed in the 4-8-keV interval than in the 8-12-keV interval. The results are compared with measurements of others.