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S. Pub. 1O2-4- 



19Q1-19Q2 

OFFICIAL 

CONGRESSIONAL 
DIRECTORY 

1 02d CONGRESS 

Convened January 3, l QQ 1 




Joint Committee on Printing 
United States Congress 



United States Government Printing Office 
Washington, DC 



COMPILED UNDER THE DIRECTION 

OF THE 
JOINT COMMITTEE ON PRINTING 



CHARLIE ROSE, REPRESENTATIVE FROM NORTH CAROLINA, Chairman 
WENDELL H. FORD, SENATOR FROM KENTUCKY, Vice Chairman 

SAM GEJDENSON, REPRESENTATIVE FROM CONNECTICUT 
GERALD D. KLECZKA, REPRESENTATIVE FROM WISCONSIN 

PAT ROBERTS, REPRESENTATIVE FROM KANSAS 

NEWT GINGRICH, REPRESENTATIVE FROM GEORGIA 

DENNIS DECONCINI, SENATOR FROM ARIZONA 

ALBERT GORE, JR., SENATOR FROM TENNESSEE 

TED STEVENS, SENATOR FROM ALASKA 
MARK O. HATFIELD, SENATOR FROM OREGON 

Richard Oleszewski, Staff Director 
John Chambers, Deputy Staff Director 



Office of the Congressional Directory 
Duane Nystrom, Editor 



JOINT COMMITTEE ON PRINTING 
Room SH-818, Hart Senate Office Building 

Washington, DC 20510-6650 
Phone, (202) 224-5241. FAX: (202) 224-1176 



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Room SH-808, Hart Senate Office Building 
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NOTES 



Closing date for compilation of the Congressional Directory for the One Hundred Second 
Congress was May 9, 1991. 



[Democrats in roman, Republicans in italic] 

The following changes occurred in the membership of the 102d Congress after the 
election of November o, 1990: 



Name 


Died 


Resigned 


Successor 


Sworn in 


SENATORS 
Gordon Humphrey, NH * 




Dec. 4, 1990 . 


Robert C. Smith 2 


Dec. 7, 1990 


Pete Wilson^ CA 3 




Jan 7 1991 


John Seymour*. 


Jan. 10, 1991 


John Heinz PA 


Apr 4 1991 




Harris Wofford 5 


May 9 1991 


REPRESENTATIVES 
Silvio O Conte 1st MA 


Feb 8, 1991 . 








Edward Madigan, 15th IL 6 . 




Mar 8, 1991.... 






Steve Bartlett, 3d TX 7 
Morris Udall, 2d AZ 




Mar. 11, 1991,. 
May 4, 1991 .... 


















1 Resigned to take a seat in the New Hampshire legislature. 2 Elected to this seat on November 6, 1990; 
appointed by the Governor on December 7, 1990. 3 Resigned to take office as Governor of California. 
* Appointed by the Governor to nil the vacancy Will serve until a successor is elected in November 1992. 
8 Appointed by the Governor on May 8, 1991 to fill the vacancy. Resigned to become Secretary of 
Agriculture. 7 Resigned to run for a mayoral office in Texas. 



The following changes occurred in the membership of the 101st Congress after the 
election of November 8, 1988: 



Name 


Died 


Resigned 


Successor , 


Sworn in 


SENATORS 
Dan Quoyle IN 




Jan 3, 1989 




Jan. 3, 1989 


Spark Matsunaga, HI 

REPRESENTATIVES 
William F Nichols 3d AL 


Apr. 15, 1990.. 
Dec 13 1988 




Daniel K. Akaka 2 


May 16, 1990 
Apr. 18, 1989 


Dan Coats, 4th IN * 




Jan. 3, 1989 


Jill Long fi 


Apr. 5, 1989 


Bill Grant 2d FL 6 






Pete Peterson 


Jan. 3, 1991 


Dick Cheney. At.L. WY 7 .... 
Claude Pepper 18th FL 


"May 30 1989 


Mar. 17, 1989.. 


Craig Thomas 8 
Ileana Ros-Lehtinen 9 


May 2, 1989 
Sept. 6, 1989 


Tony Coelho 15th CA 




June 15 1989 


Gary Condit 10 


Sept. 20, 1989 


Jim Wright 12th TX 




June 29, 1989 .. 


Pete Geren 1X 


Sept. 20, 1989 


Mickey Leland 18th TX 


Aug 7 1989 




Craig Washington 12 


Jan. 23, 1990 


Larkin Smith, 5th MS 


Aug 13 1989 






Oct. 24, 1989 


Guy Molinari, 14th NY 14 




Jan 7 1989 


Susan Molinari 1S 


Mar. 27, 1990 


Robert Garcia, 18th NY 





Jan 7 1990 


Jose Serrano * " - 


Mar. 28, 1990 


James Florio 1st NJ 17 




Jan 16, 1990..... 


Robert Andrews 18 


Jan. 3, 1991 


Daniel K Akaka, 2d HI 19 




May 16, 1990 .. 


Patsy Mink 20 


Sept. 27, 1990 


Donald JS Lukens 8th OH 




Dec 7 1990 .. 




Jan. 3, 1991 


Robert C Smith 1st NH 21 




Dec 7 1990 


Bill Zeliff 


Jan. 3, 1991 


Tommy Robinson 2d 




Dec 31 1990.. 




Jan. 3, 1991 


AR*X 











1 Appointed by the Governor, January 3, 1989; subsequently elected on November 6, 1990 to complete the term. 
a Appointed by the Governor, April 28, 1990, subsequently elected on November 6, 1990 to complete the term. 
3 Elected April 4, 1989. * Resigned to take seat vacated by Senator Dan Quayle. 5 Elected March 28, 1989 
e Changed party affiliation from Democrat to Republican, February 21, 1989; subsequently defeated for reelection. 
7 Resigned to become Secretary of Defense. 8 Elected April 25, 1985. 6 Elected August 29, 1989. 
10 Elected September 12, 1989. "Elected September 12, 1989. "Elected December 9, 1989. "Elected 
October 17, 1989. Elected November 7, 1989 to be borough president of Staten Island. " Elected March 
20, 1990. "Elected March 20, 1990. "Elected November 7, 1989 to be Governor of New Jersey. 
"Elected on November 6, 1990 to fill the vacancy; also was elected to the seat for the 102d Congress. 
"Resigned to take Senate seat. * Elected Sept. 22, 1990. Zl Resigned to take Senate seat. afl Changed 
party affiliation from Democrat to Republican July 28, 1989; subsequently defeated for reelection. 

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FOREWORD 

For one hundred seventy years, the Congressional Directory has been a primary source 
of information on the Congress, its Members, committees staff, ^^ ** t^ 01 * 
This edition for the 102d Congress, continues the tradition begun in the 16th Congress, ot 
providing a complete and thorough guidebook to the institution of Congress. 

Regular users will note that certain information on Members, their districts, offices and 
staff has been consolidated and reformatted, a change which we believe will make the 
Directory easier to use. We trust that all who use this Directory will find these changes 
helpful, and we welcome any comments on possible improvements to future editions. 

The publication of a document of this size requires the cooperation and ^sist^ice of 
many individuals beyond the Joint Committee on Printing. We would like to thank all of 
those whose contributions are reflected in the Directory, including the offices of the Clerk 
of the House of Representatives, the Secretary of the Senate, and the Architect of the 
Capitol. 




CHARLIE ROSE WENDELL H. FORD 

Chairman Vice Chairman 

(VII) 



CONTENTS 



(For list of individuals, see Name Index on p. 1155) 



A Page 

Academy of Sciences, Engineering, Institute of Med- 
icine, and National Research Council 881 

Accounting Office, General 632 

ACTION 847 

Administration 

Aging (HHS) 809 

Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health (HHS)... 811 

Drug Enforcement (Justice) 741 

Economic Development (Commerce) 790 

Employment and Training (Labor) 804 

Employment Standards (Labor) 805 

Farm Credit 859 

Fanners Home 774 

Federal Aviation (DOT) 831 

Federal Highway (DOT) 833 

Federal Railroad (DOT) 834 

Food and Drug (HHS) 813 

General Services 867 

Health Resources and Services (HHS) 813 

Health Care Financing (HHS) 816 

International Trade (Commerce) 791 

Mine Safety and Health (Labor) 804 

Maritime (DOT) 836 

National Aeronautics and Space 872 

National Archives and Records 875 

National Credit Union 878 

National Oceanic and Atmospheric (Commerce) .... 793 

National Highway Traffic Safety (DOT) 834 

Occupational Safety and Health (Labor) 803 

Packers and Stockyards (Agriculture) 780 

Pension and Welfare Benefits (Labor) 801 

Research and Special Programs (DOT) 838 

Rural Electrification (Agriculture) 776 

Small Business 899 

Social Security (HHS) 817 

Trade (Commerce) 791 

Urban Mass Transportation (DOT) 835 

U.S. Travel and Tourism (Commerce) 797 

Administrative Conference of the United States 847 

Administrative Office, U.S. Courts 970 

Advanced Research Projects Agency (DOD) 702 

Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Rela- 
tions 848 

Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy, U S 912 

Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, National 849 

Aeronautics and Space Administration 872 

African Art, Museum of. 906 

African Development Foundation 849 

Agency 

Advanced Research Projects (DOD) 702 

Arms Control and Disarmament, U.S.. 912 

Central Intelligence , 670 

Defense Commissary Agency 702 

Defense Communications (DOD) 703 

Defense Contract Audit (DOD) 704 

Defense Finance and Accounting Service 705 

Defense Intelligence (DOD) 705 



Page 
Agency Continued 

Defense Legal Services (DOD) 706 

Defense Logistics (DOD) 706 

Defense Mapping (DOD) 707 

Defense Nuclear (DOD) 707 

Defense Security Assistance (DOD) 708 

Environmental Protection 855 

Federal Emergency Management 862 

International Development 915 

Mapping (DOD) 707 

Minonty Business Development 792 

U.S. Information 914 

Aging, Administration on (HHS) 809 

Aging, Federal Council on the 861 

Aging, House Select Committee on 498 

Aging, Senate Special Committee on 423 

Agricultural Service, Foreign 771 

Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service ., 770 

AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF 766 

Administration . 767 

Administrative Law Judges 767 

Advocacy and Enterprise 767 

Board of Contract Appeals 767 

Finance and Management 767 

Information Resources Management , 767 

Operations 768 

Personnel 768 

Economics 769 

Economic Analysis Staff 770 

Economics Management Staff. 770 

Energy 768 

National Agricultural Statistics Service ,... 770 

World Agricultural Outlook Board ~ 769 

Food and Consumer Services 768 

Family Nutrition Programs 769 

Financial Management , 769 

Management 768 

Special Nutrition Programs 769 

Human Nutrition Information Programs 769 

Office of the Consumer Advisor 769 

General Counsel 773 

Inspector General. , ...* 774 

International Affairs and Commodity Programs 770 

Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation 

Service 770 



Commodity Credit Corporation .... 



772 

Foreign Agricultural Service 771 

Export Credits 772 

International Trade Policy 771 

Office of the Administrator 771 

Office of International Cooperation and Devel- 
opment ., , 772 

Marketing and Inspection Services 776 

Agricultural Cooperative Service 776 

Agricultural Marketing Service , 777 

Marketing Services and Regulatory Programs. 777 

Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service 777 



Contents 



AGRICULTURE, DEPARTMENT OF Continued 
Marketing and iMfMyri^t Services Contmued 
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service- 



Page 



Plant Protection and Quarantine- 

Veterinary Services 

Federal Grain In ~ ~ 



Food Safety and Imprrrion Service- 

Administrative Management 

International Pr 



Science.. 



ogr 



Packers and Stockyards 
Natural Resources and Eg 

Forest Service 

A 



National Forest Syi 



Research.. 



State and Private Fore 
Sofl Conservation Servio 



Science and Education- 
Agricnhnnl Researd 
Cooperative State Re 
Extension Service 



National Agricnhnnl tibr 



Fanners Home 
Management 



Program Op 



itioi 



Federal Crop Insurance Corporation-. 
Rural Electrification Aamhustratioa^. 
AgrinOtanl Research Service, 



Air and Space Mm 



iNatk 



Air Force Academy, Board of Visitors to t 

AJK FORCE, EJEJ-ASTMENT OF THE 

Air Staff 



Overseas Command-. 
Office of 



7 

T 

_-. 7 
_- X 
... 779 
_ 779 
~ 779 
._ 779 
_ 780 
_ 780 
,.. 782 

- 782 

- 78 

- 78 

- 781 
.. 781 
. 782 

- 783 
. 783 
. 783 
. 783 
. 784 

783 
774 
774 
774 
776 
775 
776 
783 
906 
559 
726 
728 

730 
730 



Appalachian Regional Commission.. 



Board of Contract (Agriculture) 

Board of Immigration, (Justice) 

District of Columbia, Court of 

Military, U.S. Court of 

Temporary Emergency Court of, U.S . . 

U.S. Court of, for District of Columbia Circuit . 

U.S. Court of, for the Federal Circuit . . . . 

U.S. Courts of. 

Applications and Reports Services, Office of (SEC) .. 
Apportionment of Representatives by States, under 



Appraisal, Office of Program (Navy) 

Architect of the Capitol 

Archives and Records Administration, National . . . 

Archives of American Art 

Armory Board, District of Columbia 

Anns Control and Disarmament Agency, U.S .... 

Anns Control and Foreign Policy Caucus 

ARMY, DEPARTMENT OF THE 

Armed Reserve Forces Policy Committee 

Army Reserve 

Army Staff and Selected Agencies 
Army Center of Military History 
Army Community and Family Support Center 

Army Intelligence 

Army Nuclear and Chemical Agency 

Army Visual Information Center 



General Ox 



Legislative U 



Logistics and Engineermi 



Pen 



Public Affiors~. 



Secretary of the Air Force- 



Under Secretary of the Air I 
Air Force Liaison Ofl 



Airlines Ticket Offices, CoaAfe 



Airmen's Home, US. Soldi) 



i Land Use Council (Interior) 

Alcohol, Drag Abuse, nd Mental Health j 
tration (HHS)_ 



. 726 

. 727 

. 726 

. 727 

. 728 

727 

729 

727 

729 

729 

727 

726 

727 

726 

631 

629 

923 

722 

764 

811 



Corps of Engineers 

National Guard Bureau 

Surgeon General 

Walter Reed Medical Center .. . 

Assistant Secretaries of the Army for 

Civil Works 

Installations and Logistics 

Manpower and Reserve Affairs 

Research, Development, and Acquisition 

Office of the 
Administrative Assistant to the Secretary of the 

Army 

Assistant Secretaries of Se Army 710 

Auditor General 

Chief of Legislative Liaison. ...Z....... 

Chief of Public Affairs """ " 

General Counsel .. ..". 

Inspector General.. ."Z....."...."..'.."17. 

Secretary of the Army 

Under Secretary of the Army 

Small and Disadvantage Business Utffizatian' 

Office of. 

Army Liaison Office, Capitol .... 



Page 
851 

767 
752 
971 
968 
932 
933 
938 
930 
897 

611 
718 
627 
875 
904 
855 
912 
571 
710 
713 
716 
713 

717 

717 

717 

717 

717 

716 

716 

717 

716 

717 

710 
711 
711 
711 



Archives of American .... 
Freer Gallery of ... 




Museum of African 

Museum of American, National.. 

National Gallery. 

Art, U.S. Senate, Commission on.. 



John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing. 

National Council on.. cnonmng 

National Endowment for 

Arts and the Humanities, Federal Council," 

Assembly, North Atlantic 

Advisory Council, Technology! 

Board, Technology 

. Office of Technology, 
*nt Republican Leat 



712 

712 
713 
713 
712 
712 
710 
710 

713 
631 

904 
905 
906 
907 
910 
571 



853 
909 
879 

878 

880 



641 



Former Members of Congress 574 

Government National Mortgage (HUD)II.ZZ" 822 
^^eniaticinal Development IT..... 9^9 



Congressional Directory 



Association Continued 

White House News Photographers 

Astrophysical Observatory, Smithsonian.. 
Atomic Energy Agency, International .. .. 

Attending Physician at the Capitol 

Attorney General 

Aviation Administration, Federal 

Award, The Congressional 



Page 

1061 
. 909 

1003 

628 

. 731 

.. 831 

. 561 



Bank 

Export-Import, of the United States 

Inter-Amencan Development 

International Reconstruction and Development 

Basin Commission, Delaware River 854 

Battle Monuments Commission, American 850 

Benefit Guaranty Corporation, Pension 

Bicentennial, Office for the 

Bicentennial of the Senate 

Bicentennial of the U.S. Constitution, Commission 

on the 

Bird Conservation Commission, Migratory 

Blind and Other Severely Handicapped, Committee 
for Purchase From 



853 



Boards: 

Architectural Consultants for the Old Georgetown 



Bureaus Continued 

Engraving and Printing (Treasury) 

Indian Affairs 

International Labor Affairs 

Investigation, Federal (Justice) 

Justice Assistance 

Justice Statistics " 

Labor-Management Relations and Cooperative 

Programs (Labor) 

Labor Statistics 

Land Management (Interior) 

Medicine and Surgery (Navy) 

Mines (Interior) 

Mint (Treasury) 

Prisons (Justice) 

Public Debt (Treasury) 

Standards, National (Commerce) 

Business Administration, Small 



Page 

680 
. 760 
. 800 
. 749 

.. 756 
. 756 

800 
806 

722 
763 
680 
739 
680 
795 
899 



664 
485 
419 
561 
816 
876 



720 
720 
979 



863 
867 
851 
753 
984 

559 
640 



Armory. District of Columbia 

Capitol Police 

Commissioners, U.S. Soldiers* Home 923 

Contract Appeals (Agriculture) 767 

Correction of Naval Records 

Decorations and Medals (Navy) 

Education (District of Columbia) 

Elections and Ethics (District of Columbia) . 

Farm Credit Administration 859 

Federal Housing Finance 

Foreign-Trade Zones 

Governors, Federal Reserve System 

Immigration Appeals (Justice) 

Inter-Amencan Defense 

International Broadcasting 

Joint Congressional 

Library of Congress Trust Fund 

Ment Systems Protection, U.S 916 

National Archives Trust Fund 876 

National Labor Relations 88 

National Mediation 881 

National Science 2 

National Transportation Safety 885 

Naval Council of Personnel 72O 

On Defense, Permanent Joint, Canada-U.S 

Parole (District of Columbia) 

Railroad Retirement 

Regents (Smithsonian Institution) 

Technology Assessment 

World Agncultural Outlook 

Boards and Commissions (District of Columbia).... 
Boards of Visitors- 
Air Force Academy 

Coast Guard Academy 

Merchant Marine Academy 

Military Academy * 

Naval Academy 

Botanic Garden 

Broadcasting, Board for Internatipnal 

Budget and Program Analysis (Agriculture) 

Budget Office, Congressional 

Budget, Office of Management and . 

Building Commission, House Office 

Building Commission, Senate Office 

Buildings and Grounds, Capitol , 

Bureaus: 

Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (Treasury) 

Census (Commerce) 

Economic Analysis (Commerce) 



Cabinet members, list of 

Campaign Committee, Democratic Congressional 

Campaign Committee, Democratic Senatorial 

Canada-United States Interparliamentary Group 

Cancer Institute, National (HHS) 

Capital Planning Commission, National 

Capitol. 

Airlines Ticket Offices, Combined 

Architect of the 

Attending Physician 

Botanic Garden 632 

Buildings and Grounds: 

Capitol Grounds 

Capitol Power Plant 

House Office Buildings 

Senate Office Buildings 

U.S.Capitol 

Commission on the West Central Front of. 

Congressional Budget Office 

Congressional Daily Digest: 

House section 



629 
627 
628 



643 
648 

646 



563 
632 



996 
980 
922 
901 
640 
769 
979 

559 
559 
560 
560 
560 
632 
559 
773 
632 
669 
565 
570 
642 

681 

787 
787 



Diagrams of the Capitol: 

Basement and terrace floor plan 

First (ground) floor plan 

Fourth (attic) floor plan 

House Chamber 

Seating arrangement in the Senate Chamber 

Directory of the Senate 

Second (principal) floor plan 

Third (gallery) floor plan 

General Accounting Office 

Overseas Offices 

Regional Offices 

Government Printing Office 

House Page School 

Liaison Offices: 

Air Force 

Army ' 

Coast Guard 

General Accounting Office 

Navy/Manne Corps 

Office of Personnel Management 

Veterans Administration, Congressional 

Library of Congress - 

Congressional Research Service 

Divisions "* 

Research Services 

Senior Specialists - 

Constituent Services 

Copyright Office 

Cultural Affairs..... * *" 

Federal Library and Information Center Com- 
mittee ' - 

Law Library * > 



629 
629 

650 
652 
658 
662 
660 
661 
654 
656 
632 
633 
633 
634 
629 

631 
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tents 

Page 


Capitol Continued 




Children, Youth, and Families, Select Committee on 496 


Library Distribution Services. 


639 


Christopher Columbus Quincentenary Jubilee Com- 


National Library Service for Ac Bfind and 
Physically Handicapped . 
Office of Management 


640 
637 


mission 5 62 
Civil Aviation Organization, International 1002 
Crvil Rights Commission, U.S 913 


Office of the Librarian ~-~ 

Special Projects Office - 
Trust Fund Board 


637 
639 
637 
640 
626 


Cleric, House of Representatives 622 
Coast Guard Academy, Board of Visitors to the 559 
Coast Guard Liaison Office 631 
Coast Guard, U.S (DOT) 829 


Office of Technology ArBnrnt 
Director, Office of the 
Divisions: 


640 
641 

641 


Major Field Commands (DOT) 830 
Combined Airlines Ticket Office 629 
Command, Control, Communications and Intelli- 
___ /D^fenset 692 




641 




Operations -- 


641 




Science, brformation. and Natural Resources.- 
Technology A***^fnrp* Afivuory Council ....rr-r-r 


641 
641 


Bureau of 
Ceasas 787 




640 


Economic Analysis- 787 


Officers of the House- 








621 


Economic Development Administration 790 


Clerk, Office of the 


622 


International Economic Policy 791 


Doorkeeper Office of ** . . --- 


624 


International Tr?de A rfmini^tratinn 791 


Honae Document Foom 


625 












626 




f j-f$fjitfw r*fpwn*rt OffiC^ fllf .,,.,,., .... ..... 


626 






626 


Office of 


Majority Leader -- 


621 




Majority Whip. ~ - 


621 




Minority Fk>oc Asmtxntv,,. , -,--..,- Li . u ... 


626 




PflT*Inty|^" t f ^fB" Office of tlM* ,, , 


620 


Economic and Statistical Administration 787 


Postmaster, Office of the 
RppaMiran Lno>r , 


625 
621 


Inspector General 786 
Public Affairs 785 


Republican Wmp ._ - - . 
^ffgftmnt ft Arm?, Office of tfif 


622 
624 


Technology Policy 795 
Patent and Trademark Office. 793 


Speaker. Office of the 


620 


Trade Administration. 791 


Officers of the Senate: 
Chaplain 
Democratic Whip 
Letrislative f-imm^i 


615 
616 
619 


U.S. Travel and Tourism Administration 797 
American Battle Monuments - 850 


Majority Leader 
Republican Leader 
Srcrrtfrry 


616 
616 
617 


Appalachian Regional 851 
Art, U S Senate, on the 571 
TtiRmtenntal of the Senate 563 




618 


Bicentennial of the U.S. Constitution, on the 563 






Children, National on 568 




615 


Christopher Columbus Quincentenary Jubilee 562 


Police Board 


628 


Cnn?i*Fi P*w>w!l Ontcr, Niw*j TT _ T _ T . 72O 




628 


Civil Rights 913 


Bureaus: 


628 


Congressional Mailing Standards, House 565 
Con$t>*ner Product Sifety, r r r-,- T t trr 854 




628 


Cooperative State Research Service (Agriculture) 783 


*V*rSir Scrvis 


628 


Delaware River Basin 765, 854 


Uniform 3Pgir"k-cft 


628 


District of Columbia Law Revision 564 


Divisions: 


628 


Employment Policy, National, for 567 
Equal Employment Opportunity 858 


HA* 


628 


Executive Exchange President's on 894 


Pifftrol 








4R2& 


Tf^4frml Election 862 


Ralmarf Tfelr.t Offi??. 


63O 


Federal M*rifim* g4 


s*n*** Page <5r*nii 


629 


Federal Mine Safety and Health Review 866 




630 


Federal Trade^.x,^, t ,, 866 


Western Union Telegraph O> ...., _ 


630 
787 


Fine Arts . 853 


Centers: 




Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial 565 


Disease Cnotral fHWS> 


811 


House Office ftoildhig ...... t , 565 


Federal Law Em\rcemeat Training 


970 
682 


Inter-American Tropical Tuna ,. 985 
Intergovernmental Relations Advisory 848 


Central Security Service, National Secnity Agency 
(Defense) _ __ 


67O 
7O8 


International Boundary, United States and Canada. 988 
International Boundary and Water, United States 
and Mexico 988 




621 


International Joint, United States and Canada 990 




63O 


International Pacific Halibut, United States and 
Canada ^Ql 




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Congressional Directory 



Page 
Commissions Continued 

International Trade, U.S 916 

Interstate Commerce 871 

Japan-United States Friendship 565 

Libraries and Information Science, National 877 

Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday 566 

Migratory Bird Conservation 567 

National Capital Planning 876 

National Historical Publications and Records 875 

Nuclear Regulatory. U.S 917 

Occupational Safety and Health Review 885 

Panama Canal 891 

Parole, U.S 920 

Postal Rate 894 

Public Diplomacy, U S. Advisory on 912 

Public Service (District of Columbia) 978 

Securities and Exchange 895 

Security and Cooperation in Europe 562 

Senate Office Building 570 

South Pacific 997 

Susquehanna River Basin 764,911 

West Central Front of the U.S Capitol 563 

White House Fellowships, President's 894 

Commissions, Boards and (District of Columbia). 979 

Commissions, Congressional Boards and 559 

Committee assignments: 

Representatives, Resident Commissioner, and Del- 
egates 5 

Senators 503 

Committees 

Executive and Advisory 

Administrative, of the Federal Register 876 

Advisory, International Cotton 988 

For Migration, Intergovernmental 986 

For Purchase From the Blind and Other Severely 

Handicapped 853 

Oliver Wendell Holmes Devise Fund, Permanent 

Committee for , 569 

President's, on Employment of People With Dis- 
abilities , , 894 

President's, on Mental Retardation 573 

House of Representatives 

Children, Youth, and Families 496 

Democratic Congressional Campaign 485 

Democratic Steering and Policy 487, 620 

Democratic Study Group 488 

Federal Government Service Task Force, 489 

Hunger 497 

Intelligence 491 

Narcotics Abuse and Control 495 

National Republican Congressional 489 

Republican Policy 490 

Standing 

Agriculture 425 

Appropriations 428 

Armed Services , 433 

Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs ,,.,. 436 

Budget , .... 439 

District of Columbia 441 

Education and Labor 442 

Energy and Commerce 445 

Foreign Affairs 449 

Government Operations 452 

House Administration * , 455 

Interior and Insular Affairs t 457 

Judiciary..,., 461 

Merchant Marine and Fisheries 463 

Post Office and Civil Service 467 

Public Works and Transportation 469 

Rules 473 

Science, Space, and Technology , 475 

Small Business , 478 

Standards of Official Conduct 480 

Veterans' Affairs 480 

Ways and Means , 482 

Joint 

Economic 500 



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Committees Continued 

Joint Continued 

Library 498 

Printing 498 

Congressional Record Index Office 498 

Taxation 499 

Senate 

Special and Select 

Aging 423 

Conference of the Minority 420 

Democratic Policy 418 

Democratic Senatorial Campaign 419 

Ethics 421 

Indian Affairs 422 

Intelligence 422 

National Republican Senatorial 419 

Republican Policy 421 

Standing 

Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry 391 

Appropriations 392 

Armed Services 396 

Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs 398 

Budget 399 

Commerce, Science, and Transportation 402 

Energy and Natural Resources 403 

Environment and Public Works.. 404 

Finance 406 

Foreign Relations 408 

Governmental Affairs 409 

Judiciary 411 

Labor and Human Resources 413 

Rules and Administration. 415 

Small Business ,...., .. 416 

Veterans" Affairs 417 

Commodity Credit Corporation 772 

Commodity and Marketing Programs (Agriculture)... 772 

Commodity Futures Trading Commission 854 

Commodity Programs and International Affairs (Ag- 
riculture)...,-. 770 

Commonwealth of Puerto Rico: 

Governor of. , 612 

Resident Commissioner of. 353, 367, 525 

Communications Agency, Defense 703 

Communications and Intelligence, Command, Con- 
trol (Defense) 692 

Communications Commission, Federal 859 

Community and Rural Development, Small (Agri- 
culture) 774 

Community Planning and Development (HUD) 821 

Community Relations Service (Justice) 755 

Comptroller of the Currency (Treasury) 680 

Conciliation Service, Federal Mediation and 865 

Conference of the Minority (Senate) 420, 616 

Conference of the United States, Administrative 847 

Conference, Environmental and Energy Study 572 

Congressional: 

Apportionment, by States ,... 611 

Award 561 

Boards and Committees 559 

Congressional Budget Office 632 

Club 572 

Committee, Democratic Campaign 485 

Committee. National Republican 489 

Daily Digest (Senate and House Sections) 629 

Delegations, by States , 357 

Districts, maps of 1099 

Mailing Standards, House Commission on 565 

Congressional offices. Please see Capitol; Commit- 
tees; House of Representatives, Members of 
Congress; Senate. 

Conservation Analytical Laboratory 905 

Conservation Service and Agricultural Stabilization .. 770 

Conservation Service, Soil 783 

Consolidated Federal Law Enforcement Training 

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Constituent Services (Library of Congress) 639 

Consular Offices and Diplomatic Representatives* 

Foreign, in the United States. 1005 

Consular Offices, United States Diplomatic and. 1023 

Consumer Advisor, Office of (Agriculture) 769 

Consumer Affairs and Information Services, Office 

of (SEC) 897 

Consumer Affairs, U.S. Office of 809 

Consumer and Regulatory Affairs, Department of 

(District of Colombia). 



Consumer Product Safety Commission- 
Consumer Services, Food and (Agriculture) .. 

Continental Commands (Air Force) 

Continuous Service of S 



Contract Appeals, Board of (Agriculture) . 
Contract Audit Agency, Defense....... 

mand (Defer 



Com- 



Cooperatkm in Europe, Commission OB Security and 
Cooper-Hewitt Museum of Decorative Arts and 

Design 905 

Copyright Office (Library of Congress) 640 

Copyright Royalty Tribunal 854 

Corporation Counsel, Office of (District of Colum- 
bia) 975 

Corporation Finance (SEC)_ 
Corporations: 

Commodity Credit ^_ 

Federal Crop Insurance 

Federal Deposit In 



International Fin 



Legal Services^ 



Overseas Private Invest 



nt 



Pennsylvania Avenue Development.. 

Pension Benefit Guaranty. 

St. Lawrence Seaway Devetopi 



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775 

861 

989 

872 

915 

892 

893 



Correction of Naval Records, Board of- 



836 

72O 

Corrections, Department of (District of Columbia). 975 

Corresponded* Consnittee, Press Galleries 1O33 

Correspondents* Galleries, Radio and Television . 1065 

Cotton, International, Advisory Committee 988 



Council 
Advisory, on Histo 



ricPn 



Aging, Federal, on the .. 
Alaska Land Use (Inter 
District of Cota 



Economic Advisers, of ... 
Environmental Qoafity. e 
Holocaust Memorial, US... 

rate of Medicine, and NatkSRcfaI 

National, on Disability , 

National Security _ 

President's EJCI 



on Physical Fitness and 2 
Court of Impeachment, Senate 
Count, District of Columbia: 




District. U, 

Probate, and Register of Wffis_ 

Superior Court 

Courts, U.S.r 

Administrative Office of t|ie.._ 



Courts of A j 

Court of Appeals for the Federal < 
District Comt for the District of 
de Court 



MBitary Appeals Co. 



Supreme Court 



Emergency Coort of Appeals of the 



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Credit Union Administration, National 878 

Criminal Division (Justice) 737 

Cultural Affairs (Library of Congress) 637 

Currency, Office of the Comptroller of the 680 

Customs Service, U.S. (Treasury) 681 



Decorations and Medals, Board of (Navy) ...... 720 

Defense Board. Inter-American ........................... 984 

Defense College, Inter-American ........................... 983 

DEFENSE, DEPARTMENT OF ............................. 684 

Assistant Secretaries of Defense 

Acquisition ....................... . ......................... , .......... 685 

Command, Control, Communications and Intel- 

ligence ......................................................... 692 

Comptroller..... ............... ., .................... , .............. 691 

Force Management and Personnel ...................... 692 

Health Affairs ......................................................... 694 

Intelligence Policy ....................................... . ....... 699 

International Security Affairs .............................. 689 

International Security Policy ................................. 689 

Legislative Affairs ................................................. 695 

Public Affairs .................... , .......... . ......................... 696 

Reserve Affairs ....................................................... 697 

Special Operations and Low-Intensity Conflict ... 690 

Assistant to the Secretary (Atomic Energy) ........... 686 

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency ....... 702 

Defense Communications Agency ........................... , 703 

Defense Contract Audit Agency ............................. 704 

Defense Intelligence Agency ............................. . . 705 

Defense Intelligence College ...... ....................... 708 

Defense Investigative Service ................................... , 706 

Defense Legal Services Agency ................................ 706 

Defense Logistics Agency ......................................... 706 

Defense Manpower Data Center ............................ 694 

Defense Mapping Agency .......................................... 707 

Defense Nuclear Agency ......................................... 707 

Defense Policy Board ................................................ 691 

Defense Security Assistance Agency ........................ 708 

Defense Science Board .............................................. 686 

Deputy Under Secretary for .................................. 

Security Policy .................................................... 691 

Trade Security Policy .......................................... 691 

Director for ............................................................ 

Defense Research and Engineering ...................... 686 

Net Assessment ................... .- .................................... 691 

Operational Test and Evaluation ......................... 699 

Program Analysis and Evaluation .......... ,...., ......... 697 

Executive Secretariat .................................................. 685 

Reid Activities 

American Forces Information Service .................. 700 

Defense Technology Security Administration ..... 701 

Dependents Schools ................................................ 700 

Medical Support Activity ....................................... 701 

Medical Systems Support Center ............ , ............. 701 

Office of Economic Adjustment ............................ 701 

Field Operations Directorate ........ , ...................... ,..", 698 

Finance and Administrative Directorate ,!!....!.!.,!!!. 698 

General Counsel.......... ............................ Qg 

Inspector General ................................ ]!!.]!.'"*"! ........... 700 

Joint Chiefs of Staff ............................................. " m ' t "" 70 i 

National Committee for Employer Support of the 

Guard and Reserve, ............. , ................ 698 

National Security Agency/Central Sec H rity Serv- 

ice...,.,,.,....... B ,,.. w ._ ...... 7OR 

Office of the 

Defense Criminal Investigative Service ....... .... ..... 700 

Secretary ------------- .................................................... 685 

Coordinator for Drug Enforcement Policy and 

Support ................................ ....... , ..... * 699 

Ombudsman Directorate .-.,.. ___________ ' """" 6 98 

Public Affair. Directorate ..... 1..." .......... ...... " ....... 698 

'"' ..... 688 

708 
685 



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DEFENSE, DEPARTMENT OF Continued 

Under Secretary of Defense for Policy _________________ 689 

Washington Headquarters Services --------------------- 701 

Defense, Permanent Joint Board on. Canada-United 

States -------------------------------------------------------- 996 

Delaware River Basin Commission ________________________ 765, 854 

Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee ------- 485 

Democratic Policy Committee (Senate) ___________________ 418 

Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee ------------- 419 

Democratic Steering and Policy Committee 



(House). 

Democratic Study Group (House). 
Departments: 

Agriculture .. 

Air Force ........... 

Army ................... ___ 

Commerce.. ..... , 



_______ 487, 620 



Education . ..... 

Energy 

Health and Human Services.. 
Housing and Urban Developi 

Interior 

Justice. 

Labor 

Navy 
State... 




Transportation 

Treasury ........................... 

Veterans* Affairs ... 
Development, Agency for 
Development and Economic Cooperation, Organiza- 
tion for 

Development and Reconstruction, 

Bank for 

Development and Research (Army) 

Development Bank, Inter-Ax 



Development Corporation, Pennsylvania Avenue.. 892 

Development Foundation, African 849 

Diagrams of the Capitol 

Basement floor and terrace of the Capitol 65O 

Fast floor of the Capitol 652 

Fourth floor of the Capitol 658 

House Chamber 662 

Seating arrangement in the Senate Chamber 66O 

Second floor of the Capitol 654 

Third floor of the Capitol 656 

Digest, Congressional Daily 629 

Diplomatic and Consular Offices, United States.. 1023 

Diplomatic Representatives and Consular Offices, 

Foreign, in United States 1005 

Disadvantage*! Business Utilization, Office of Small 
and: 

Army . 71 3 

Defense. 688 

, 872 

877 

Disarmament and Arms Control Agency, United 

States, 912 

Disease Control, Centers for (HHS) 811 

District of Columbia ^ _ 973 

Board of Education-... 979 

Board of Elections and Ethics 98O 

Board of Parole , 980 

Chy Administrator ,_ . IZ_ 974 

City Council ^ .-. . 974 

Departinent of Consumer and Regulatory Affaiis^ 975 

Department of Corrections 975 

Department of Employment Services 976 

Department of Finance and Revenue 976 



NASA 



Disability, National Council 



Department of Public Works- 



977 
977 
97* 
979 



District of Columbia Continued 

Deputy Mayors ,... 

District Government 

Executive Agencies. 

Executive Office 

Fire Department.... 

Metropolitan Police Department . 



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975 

974 

975 

974 

976 

, 977 

Office of Corporation Counsel 975 

Office of Emergency Preparedness 976 

Office of Personnel 978 

Office of the People's Counsel 978 

Public Library 978 

Public Service Commission 978 

Washington City Post Office 981 

Classified Stations 981 

District of Columbia Armory Board 855 

District of Columbia Courts: 

Court of Appeals .. . 971 

Court of Appeals, U.S., for District of Columbia 

Circuit 933 

District of Columbia Courts. . 971 

Register of Wills and Clerk of the Probate Court ... 972 

Superior Court 971 

U.S. District Court for 945 

District of Columbia Delegate. 354, 543, 585 

District of Columbia Law Revision Commission 564 

Districts, Maps of Congressional 1099 

Divisions: 

Antitrust (Justice) 734 

Civil (Justice) , 735 

Civil Rights (Justice) 736 

Corporation Finance (SEC) 896 

Criminal (Justice) 737 

Enforcement (SEC) 897 

General Accounting Office 630 

Investment Management (SEC) 896 

Land and Natural Resources (Justice) .. .,.. 737 

Market Regulation (SEC) 897 

Tax (Justice) 738 

U.S. Savings Bonds (Treasury) , 679 

Document Room, House. * 625 

Doorkeeper of the House of Representatives 624 

Document Room..... > 625 

Publications Distribution Service 625 

Drug Administration, Food and " 813 

Drug Enforcement Administration (Justice) 741 



Economic Advisers, Council of....... ...... 670 

Economic and Social Council (U.N.) 998 

Economic Committee, Joint 500 

Economic Cooperation and Development, Organiza- 
tion for .. 994 

Economic Development Administration (Commerce) 790 

Economics (Agriculture) 769 

Education and Science (Agriculture) 783 

Education, Board of (District of Columbia) 979 

EDUCATION, DEPARTMENT OF 841 

Office of 

Bilingual Education and Minority Language Af- 
fairs 43 

Civil Rights 843 

Educational Research and Improvement 843 

f*\f n i*" F "*ffry i*Tid Secondary Education 842 

General Counsel 841 

Inspector General .. . 841 

Intergovernmental and Interagency Affairs 842 

Legislation. , 843 

Management. -,. .842 

Planning, Budget, and Evaluation ,.. 841 

PtMFtxMxmdflry Education..... ...., 842 

Secretary 841 

Special Education and Rehabilitative Services .... 843 

Under Secretary . 841 

Vocational and Adult Education 843 



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Education and Science, Office of 

Election Commission, Federal 

Election Statistics 

Elections and Ethics, Board of (District of Colum- 
bia) 

Electrification Administration, Rural 

Emergency Management Agency, Federal 

Employment and Training Administration (Labor) .... 
Employment of People With Disabilities, President's 

Committee on 

Employment Opportunity Commission, Equal 

Employment Policy, National Commission for 

Employment Standards Administration (Labor) _.. 

Endowment for the Arts, National 

Endowment for the Humanities, National 

ENERGY, DEPARTMENT OF 

Energy Technology Centers * 

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission 84O 

Naval Reactors 84O 

Naval Petroleum Reserves 84O 

Operations Offices 84O 

Power Marketing Administration..., 84O 

Secretary of 839 

Energy, Office of (Agriculture) 768 

Energy Study Conference, Environmental and 572 

Enforcement Administration, Drug (Justice) 741 

Enforcement (SEC) 897 

Engineering Command, Naval Facilities 

Engineering, National Academy of. 

Engraving and Printing, Bureau of 

Environmental and Energy Study Conference 

Environment and Natural Resources (Agriculture) . .. 

Environmental Protection Agency 

Regional Administration 

Environmental Quality, Council on 

Equal Employment Opportunity Commission 

Equal Opportunity and Fair Housing (HUD) 

Establishment (Smithsonian Institution) 

Ethics, Board of Elections and (District of Colum- 
bia) 

Ethics, Select Committee on, Senate !..!!!. 

European Space Agency (E.S,A.) 

Europe, Commission on Security and Cooperation in 

Executive Exchange, President's Commission on 

Executive Office for Immigration Review (Justice).... 

EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT 

Central Intelligence Agency 

Council on Competitiveness 

Council of Economic Advisers 

Council on Environmental Quality 

Domestic Policy Council 

Economic Policy Council . 

National Security Council LI"""" 

Office of Administration 

Office of Management and Budget 

Office of Science and Technology Policy ,....11 

Office of the U.S. Trade Representative 

The White House Office , 665 

Executive Office (District of Columbia) , 974 

Executive Secretariat (Defense) 685 

Expiration of terms of Senators, by classes 373-375 

Export Council, President's 573 

Export-Import Bank of the United States .*. " 858 

Extension Service (Agriculture) , ,. M ^ 734 



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882 
680 
572 
782 
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858 
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900 

980 
421 
983 
562 
894 
752 
665 
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670 
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668 
668 
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671 
669 
671 
671 



Facilities Engineering Command, Naval 

Ffemfly Nutrition Programs (Agriculture) .. 
Farm Credit Administration 

Farm Credit Administration Board....!."!! 

Raraers Home Administration 

Federal Aviation Administration.... !!!! 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 

Federal Communications; Commission.,,!!!! 

Common Carrier Bureau 

v Field Operations Bnwam. 



. 723 

769 

859 

gS9 

......... 774 

831 

749 

....,,. 859 
860 

861 



Federal Communications Commission Continued 

Mass Media Bureau 

Private Radio Bureau 

Review Board 

Office of 

Administrative Law Judges 

Engineering and Technology 

General Counsel 

Managing Director 

Plans and Policy 

Public Affairs 

Federal Council on the Aging 

Federal Council on the Arts and the Humanities.. ... 

Federal Crop Insurance Corporation , 

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 

Federal Election Commission 

Federal Emergency Management Agency 

Federal Government Service Task Force 

Federal Grain Inspection Service (Agriculture) 

Federal Highway Administration 

Federal Housing Finance Board 

Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation 

Federal Judicial Center 

Federal Labor Relations Authority 

Federal Law Enforcement Training Center 

Federal Library and Information Center Committee. 

Federal Maritime Commission 

Bureau of: 

Administration 

Domestic Regulation 

Economic Analysis 

Hearing Counsel 

Investigations 

Trade Monitoring 

District Offices 

Office of: 

Administrative Law Judges 

General Counsel.... 

Managing Director 

Secretary . 

Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service 

Regional Directors 

Federal Mine Safety and Health Review Commission 

Federal Prison Industries, Inc. (Justice) 

Federal Railroad Administration 

Federal Register, Administrative Committee of the..,. 

Federal Reserve System, Board of Governors 

Divisions: 

Applications Development and Statistical Serv- 



Banking Supervision and Regulation 

Consumer and Community Affairs 

Federal Reserve Bank Operations 

Hardware and Software Systems 

LegaL 

International Finance. ,. 

Research and Statistics ,..,... 

Office of: 

Board Members 

Controller...... , , ,.., 

Federal Reserve Bank Activities 

Information Resources Management 

Management 

Secretary 

Federal Supply Services, Office of (GSA) ~ 

Federal Trade Commission , 4 

Finance and Management (Agriculture) 

Finance and Revenue (District of Columbia) 

Financial Management, Office of 

Army ......., 

Navy... k ' 

Treasury. I.!!!.!!!!!!!!!.!!! 

Fine Arts, Commission of w !!!.!!.!!! 

Firearms, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and (Treas- 
ury) ...!.,.., 

Fire Department (District of Columbia).!.!!.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 



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Fitness and Sports, President's Council on Physical.- 894 

Floor plans, Capitol 65O 

Food and Agriculture Organization of the United 

Nations. 983 

Food and Consumer Services (Agriculture) 768 

Food and Drug Administration 813 

Food and Nutrition Services (Agriculture) . 768 

Food Safety and Inspection Service (Agriculture) 779 

Foreign Agricultural Service 771 

Foreign Claims Settlement Commission (Justice) 756 

Foreign Diplomatic Representatives and Consnlar 

Offtces in the United States 1OO5 

Foreign Policy Caucus, Arms Control and 571 

Foreign-Trade Zones Board 867 

Forestry, State and Private (Agriculture) 782 

Forest Service (Agriculture) 782 

Former Members of Congress, U.S. Association. 574 

Foundation^ 

849 

rship 871 

Inter-American 871 

National, on the Arts and Humanities 878 

National Science 882 

Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial Commission 565 

Freer Gallery of Art. 9O5 

Friendship Commission, Japan-United States ...... 565 

Futures Trading Commission, Commodity 854 



Press Photograph* 



Radio and Television Cot 
Gallery of Art 



National Portrait. 



General Accounting Liaison Office (Capitol).. 

General Accounting Office ~~ 

Overseas Offices 



General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT)~ 

General Assembly (United Nations) .. 

General Counsels: 
Agriculture .. 



Army.. 



HHS 



Board of Contract Ap 
Federal Property Resources Service*. 
Information Security Oversight Office 
Office of 



Comptroller., 
General Coun 



Information Resources Mai 
Inspector General 



Geological Survey (Interior) .... 
Government Ethics, Office of 
Government National Mo 



Government of the District of Cota 
Government Printi 

Bookstores ......... 

Regional Printin 



iCHUD). 



Plants, 



1087 
1O33 
1OS3 
1065 

905 
908 
632 
63O 
632 
633 
633 
1004 
997 

773 
727 
712 
698 
807 
819 
873 
881 
718 
896 
867 
868 
868 
868 

868 
869 
867 
869 
869 
869 
868 
869 
870 
763 
886 
822 
974 
634 
636 
636 



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General Services Administration Continued 

Regional Printing Procurement Offices 635 

Governors of the States and Territories 612 

Grain Inspection Service, Federal (Agriculture) 779 

Grounds and Buildings, Capitol 642 

Guam, Delegate. 355, 521 

H 

Halibut Commission, International Pacific, United 

States and <"?*t>pH<i 993 

Handicapped, Committee for Purchase From the 

Blind and Other Severely 

Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation 

Health Affairs (Defense) 

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES, DEPARTMENT OF.... 

Agency for Health Care Policy and Research 

Office for 

Civil Rights 

Consumer Affairs 

Legislation 

Management and Budget , 

Personnel Administration 

Planning Q "ff Evaluation 

Public Affairs 

Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Ad- 



Bureau of Health Care Delivery and Assistance . 

Bureau of Health Professions 

Centers for Disease Control 

Family Support Administration... 

Food and Drug Administration 

Center for Biologies Evaluation and Research 

Center for Drugs Evaluation and Research 

Health Care Financing Administration 

Health Resources and Services Administration ... 

Indian Health Service 

National Institutes of Health 

National Cancer Institute 

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute 

National Institute of Arthritis and Musculos- 

keletal and Sldn Diseases , 

National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive 

and Kidney Diseases 

National Library of Medicine 

Office of Human Development Services 
Administration for 

Aging 

Children, Youth and Families.., , 

Developmental Disabilities 

Native Americans 

Office of Inspector General , 

Office of the General Counsel 

Public Health Service , ~ 

Social Security Administration 

Health Inspection Service, Animal and Plant (Agri- 
culture) ...... , ..,., 

Health, National Institutes of (HHS) 

Health Organization, Pan American .... 
Health Organization, World .. 
Health Review Commissions: 
Federal Mine Safety and.. 

Occupational Safety and....................... 

Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, National (HHS) 

Highway Administration, Federal,.- 

Museum and Sculpture Garden 



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866 
885 
816 
833 
905 



Historical Publications and 
National 



Records Commission, 

875 

Society, U.S. Capitol ... 574 

Historic Preservation, Advisory Council on 849 

History and description of the Capitol 642 

History, National Museum of American 907 

Holiday Commission, Martin Luther King, Jr., Fed- 
eral , , ^ 566 

Holocaust Memorial Council, U.S..i 913 

Home Administration, Farmers 774 



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Housing Finance Board, Federal 

Home, Soldiers' and Airmen's, U.S 

Hospital, Naval 

House Chamber, diagram of 

House Committees: 

Assignments to 

Membership of. 

Select and Special 

Standing 

House Document Room 

House Office Building Commission 

House Office Buildings (Architect) 

House of Representatives: 

Chaplain 

Child Care Center 

Majority and Minority Rooms 

Members' Biographies 

Minority Floor Assistants 

Officers of . 

Page School 

Personnel of 
Office of the 

Clerk of the House 

Doorkeeper 

Document Room 

Publications Distribution Service 

Historian 

Legislative Counsel 

Majority Leader 

Majority Whip 

Postmaster 

Cannon Building Branch. 

Capitol Branch 

Longworth Building Branch 

Raybura Building Branch 

Sergeant at Arms 

Speaker 

Republican Leader 

Republican Whip 

Select and Special Committees ....".!" ...." 

Standing Committees 

House Periodical Press Gallery 

House Press Gallery '"" 

House Radio and Television Gallery """."] 

HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT, DEPARTMENT 

OP 

Field Offices """! ZZZ.ZZZ .".".".."!"." 

General Counsel 

Government National Mortgage Association....." 
Office of 

Administration ,, , ^ .,... 

Chief Financial Officer ~"." 

Community Planning and Development.........."." 

Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity 

Housing FHA Ca 



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Legislation and CongressionaYR^tionZ.." 

Policy Development and Research , 

Public Affairs. 

Public and Indian HouringZ^Z"""!!"!" " 

Secretary _ _ ' 

Housing FHA Commissioner (HUD)....'!"..." ~ 

Humanities, National Council on 

" National Endowment for.. 



Humanities, National Foundation on the* Arte'anZZ 
Human Nutrition Information Services (Agriculture). 

Hunger, Select Committee on ......Z;, 

Human Services, Department of Health asd .'.] 

I 

faunigratkm and NatoraHzation Service, 

Immigration Appeal Board of ., I.. "* 

fennrigration Judge, Office of the Chief. ....[ * 

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Import-Export Bank of the United States . 

Inaugurations, list 

Independent Agencies 

Index, Name.. 



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847 

1155 

Index Office, Congressional Record. 498 

Indian Affairs, Bureau of 760 

Area Directors 760 

Indian Affairs, Senate Select Committee on 422 

Indian Health Service (HHS) 814 

Indian Housing, Public and (HUD) 821 

Information Agency, U.S 914 

Information Centre (UN) 1001 

Information, Office of (Navy) 719 

Information Resources Management (Agriculture). ... 767 
Information Resources Management College (De- 
fense) 708 

Information Science, National Commission on Li- 
braries and 877 

Information Security Oversight Office (GSA) 868 

Initiative Organization, Strategic Defense 708 

Inspection Service, Food Safety and (Agriculture) .... 779 

Inspectors General: 

Agriculture 774 

Air Force 728 

Army 711 

Commerce 786 

Defense 700 

Education 841 

HHS 808 

HUD 820 

Interior 758 

Justice 732 

Labor 800 

Transportation 829 

Treasury 670 

Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin 

Diseases, National 816 

Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Dis- 
eases, National 816 

nstitute of Justice, National 756 

nstitute, National Cancer (HHS) 816 

Institute, National Heart, Lung, and Blood (HHS) 816 

nstitute of Medicine 882 

nstitutes of Health, National ... 815 

nstitution, Smithsonian 900 

Bureaus Under Direction of. 904 

nsurance Corporation, Federal Crop 775 

nsurance Corporation, Federal Deposit 861 

ntelligence Agency, Central 670 

intelligence Agency, Defense 705 

Intelligence, Command, Control, Communications 

and (Defense) , 692 

ntelligence Command, Naval 723 

Intelligence, Permanent Select Committee on 

(House) .,. 491 

ntelligence, Select Committee on (Senate) , 422 

nter-American Defense Board 984 

Chiefs of Delegations ]] 934 

Defense College 934 

Inter-American Development Bank 984 

Board of Executive Directors 935 

Officers.......... , ^ iwt 904 

nter-American Foundation !ZZ " ] 871 

Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission.. .!".'.'".". 985 
Intergovernmental Agencies Related to the United 

Nations 1002 

intergovernmental Committee for Migration".......... . 986 

ntergovemmental Maritime Organization 1003 

Intergovernmental Relations, Advisory Commission 

on ^ ^ ,... 848 

INTERIOR, DEPARTMENT OF THE -ZZ.ZZZZ""Z 757 
Advisory Council on Historic Preservation..]'......,. 764 

Alaska Land Use Council 7^4 



Bureau of 
Indian Affairs... 



760 



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Page 




Assistant Secretary for Territorial and Interim- 



Assistant Secretary for Water and 




Commission on Fine Arts. 
Delaware River Basin O 
Geological Survey 
National Park Service. 
Office of 

Assistant Secretary for Fish and Wildlife and 

Parks 758 

Assistant Secretary for Tnrfn Affairs 76O 

Assistant Secretary for Land and Minerals Man- 
agement 760 

Assistant Secretary for Policy, Budget, and Ad- 

758 

763 
763 
757 
757 
758 
760 
757 
757 
758 
762 
762 
764,911 

758 

759 

761 

761 

682 

Internfftfr"**! Affairs "*i Commodity Programs ..,....,. 770 

International Atomic Energy Agency 1003 

International Bank for Reconstruction and Develop- 

986 



Inspector Ge 



Land and Minerals Management 

Public Affairs 

Secretary 

Solicitor _ . *. 

Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement. 
Field Offices. 



Susquehanna River Basin Coo 
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Servio 



U.S.M 

Regional Offices. 
Internal Revenue Service- 



t Service. 



Executive Directors and Alternates- 
Officers and Department Heads 



United States and Mexico. 



International Boundary Commission. United Slates 



adcast^ 



rdfor.. 



International Civil Aviation 
International Cotton Advi 



nitte 



International Court of Justice (U.N-)- 
International Development, Agency fbr_ 
International Development Association 
International Economic Polkr 
Officer* and Department Heads- 



988 

988 
559 
1O02 
988 
999 
915 
989 
791 



Canada.. 



United States and 



International Labor Affairs, Bureau of 

International Labor Or^MMMtirM* .... 

International Monetary Fund 



Executive Din 
Offia 



990 
800 

. 99O, 1OO2 
990,1002 

991 



European Space Agency (EJSLA.> 



Food and Agriculture Organization of the United 




Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission 

Intergovernmental Committee for Migration 

International Bank for Reconstruction and Devd- 



Unhed States and Mexico- 
lational Bounda 



988 



International Crvfl Aviation Organiratioii , 



. 988 
, 1O02 



International Orga 



-Continued 



Page 



International Cotton Advisory Committee 988 

International Development Association .... 989 

International Finance Corporation 989 

International Joint Commission, United States and 

f>Taijj> 990 

International Labor Organization 990, 1002 

International Monetary Fund 990, 1002 

Organization for Economic Cooperation and De- 
velopment 994 

Organization of American States 993 

Pan American Health Organization 995 

Permanent Joint Board on Defense, Canada- 
United States 996 

South Pacific Commission 997 

United Nations 997 

Intergovernmental Agencies Related to the 

United Nations 1002 

International Security Affairs (Defense) 689 

International Security Policy (Defense) 689 

International Telecommunication Union 1003 

International Trade Administration (Commerce) 791 

International Trade Commission, U.S 916 

International Trade, U.S. Court of. 951 

Interparliamentary Group, Canada-U.S 561 

Interparliamentary Group, Mexico-U.S 566 

Interparliamentary Union 570 

Interpol-U.S. National Central Bureau 752 

Advisory Council on Historic Preservation 764 

Interstate Commerce Commission 871 

Investigation, Federal Bureau of 749 

Investigative Service (DOD) 706 

Investment Corporation, Overseas Private 915 

Investment Management (SEC) 896 



Japan-United States Friendship Commission 

Joint Board on Defense, Permanent, Canada-United 



Joint Boards of Visitors, Congressional.. 

Joint Chiefs of Staff (Defense) 

Joint Commissions: 

Congressional 



International, United States and Canada 

Joint Committees: 

Printing 

Taxation 

Joint meetings, sessions, and inagurations of Con- 
joint Service Schools 

Armed Forces Staff College 

Defense Intelligence College (DIG) 

Defense Systems Management College 

Industrial College of the Armed Forces 

Information Resources Management College.. . . 

National Defense University 

National War College 

Uniformed Services University of the Health Sci- 
ences (USUHS) 

Joint Staff (Defense) 

Judge, Advocate General (Army) 

Judge, Advocate General (Navy) 

Judge, Office of Chief, Immigration 

Judicial Center, Federal 

Judiciary: 

Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts 

Court of Appeals 

District of Columbia Courts 

Superior Court 

Federal Judicial Center 

Register of Wills and Clerk of the Probate Divi- 
sion ... 



565- 

996 
559 

701 

561 
990 

500 
498 
498 
499 

597 
708 
709 
708 
708 
709 
708 
708 
709 

709 
701 
716 
719 
753 
970 



, 970 

971 

971 

, 971 

, 970 



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Page 
Judiciary Continued 

Supreme Court of the United States 575 

Temporary Emergency Court of Appeals of the 

United States 932 

U.S Claims Court 956 

U.S Court of Appeals 930 

U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Colum- 
bia Circuit , ,. . 933 

U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit 938 

U S. Court of International Trade 951 

US Court of Military Appeals 968 

U S. District Court for the-District of Columbia..... 945 

U.S Tax Court 961 

JUSTICE, DEPARTMENT OF _ 731 

Antitrust Division 734 

Board of Immigration Appeals 7S3 

Bureau of Justice Assistance . 756 

Bureau of Justice Statistics 756 

Bureau of Prisons 739 

Civil Division , ,. . . 735 

Civil Rights Division 736 

Community Relations Service 755 

Criminal Division ...... 737 

Drug Enforcement Administration 741 

Executive Office for U S Attorneys 734 

Federal Bureau of Investigation 749 

Federal Prison Industries, Inc 740 

Foreign Claims Settlement Commission 756 

Immigration and Naturalization Service 750 

Immigration Review, Executive Office for., ,... 752 

Interpol-U.S. National Central Bureau 752 

Justice Management Division 733 

Land and Natural Resources Division 737 

National Institute of Justice 756 

Office of- 

Associate Attorney General 731 

Attorney General 731 

Chief Administrative Hearing Officer 753 

Chief Immigration Judge 753 

Deputy Attorney General 731 

Inspector General 7 32 

Intelligence Policy and Review 733 

Justice Programs . . 75^ 

Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention'! "2 756 

Liaison Services 733 

Legal Counsel " 732 

Legal Policy ZL7!Z"Z!T 732 

Legislative Affairs 733 

Pardon Attorney !".."."".. , 753 



Policy Development 

Professional Responsibility 

Public Affairs 

Solicitor General 

Tax Division 

U.S. Marshals Service".'. ~ 
U.S. Parole Commission 

U.S. Trustees ~ 

Justices, Judges, and Officers: 

Claims Court, U.S 

Court of Appeals for the District of ' Columbia^ 

Court of Appeals for the Federal : CircunC U.S 

Court of International Trade, U S. 

Court of Military Appeals, U-S 

Courts of Appeals, U.S !.-l~"- 

Temporary Emergency " 

District Court for District of Columbia, u's 

District of Colon** Court of Appeals:...: J'"' 
Superior Court of the District of Columbia. " 

Supreme Court, U.S 

Tax Court, U.S ' ' " 



732 
733 
733 
731 
738 
752 
753 
754 

,.. 960 

950 
937 
955 
969 
930 
932 
950 
971 
971 
929 
967 



^ **#** Federal Holiday Cbmmis- 



Page 
L 

LABOR, DEPARTMENT OF. 793 

Bureau of International Labor Affairs 800 
Bureau of Labor-Management Relations and Co- 
operative Programs 800 

Bureau of Labor Statistics . . . 806 

Department of Labor Academy . . 795 

Employee Standards Administration 801 

Employment and Training Administration. .. 804 

Employment Standards Administration 80S 

Labor-Management Standards 804 

Mine Safety and Health Administration 804 

Occupational Safety and Health Administration 803 

Office of 

Administration and Management, Assistant Sec- 
retary for , 801 

Administrative Appeals 793 

Congressional Affairs 799 

Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs. .. 798 

Information and Public Affairs 799 

Inspector General 800 

Pension and Welfare Benefit Programs 801 

Policy, Assistant Secretary for 802 



Public and Intergovernmental Affairs 

Secretary, the 

Solicitor, the 

Regional Offices 

Women's Bureau 

Veteran's Employment and Training 

Labor-Management Standards, Office of (Labor) . 
Labor-Management Relations and Cooperative Pro- 
grams, Bureau of (Labor) 

-abor Organization, International 

-abor Relations Authority, Federal 

-abor Relations Board, National 

-abor Statistics, Bureau of 

-and and Natural Resources Division (Justice) 

-and Management, Bureau of (Interior) 

-aw, Administrative Judges (Agriculture) 

Law Enforcement Training Center, Consolidated 



-aw Library (Library of Congress) ........................ 

Law Revision Commission, District of Columbia ...... 

-aw Revision Counsel ........................................... 

Leaders, Congressional: 
House: 



799 
798 
803 
799 
801 
805 
804 

800 
990 
863 
880 
806 
737 
761 
767 

682 
640 
564 
626 



621 
$21 



Republican 
Senate: 

Majority ................................................................ 616 

Republican ........................................................ 616 

Legal Counsel (Justice) ............................................... 732 

Legal Counsel (Senate) ...................................... "".'.""", 619 

Legal Services Corporation ......................... " ......... 872 

Legislative Affairs, Office of: 

Air Force ........ 

Army ................. 

Commerce... ....... 

Defense, -------------- 

Education ........... 

Energy ............... 

HHS 

HUD ..... 

Interior 

Justice 

Labor.. 





Transportation.. 

Treasury 

Veterans' Affairs.. 

White House 

Legislative Counsel; 
House , 



727 
713 
785 
695 
843 
839 
807 
819 
757 
733 
798 
719 
828 
677 
844 
695 



626 

619 



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Page 
Liaison Offices at Capitol 

Air Force 631 

Army 631 

Coast Guard ~ 631 

General Accounting Office 630 

Navy/Marine 631 

Office of Personnel Management 630 

Veterans' Administration, Congressional Service 630 

Liaison Services {Justice) 733 

Libraries and Information Science, National Com- 
mission on 877 

Library, Joint Committee on the.... 498 

Library, National (Agriculture) 783 

Library of Congress... 637 

Congressional Research Service 637 

Divisions 637 

Research Services 638 

Senior Specialists 638 

Copyright Office 640 

Law Library 640 

Office of Management 637 

Office of the Librarian 637 

Trust Fund Board 640 

Library of Medicine, National 815 

Library, Public (District of Columbia) 978 

Logistics Agency (Defense)....... 706 

Logistics and Installations (Army) 711 

Lung, and Blood Institute, National Heart (HHS) 816 

M 

Mailing Standards, House Commission on Congres- 
sional 565 

Major Air Commands (Air Force) 

Continental. .... 730 

Overseas................................. 730 

Majority and Minority Secretaries, Senate 618 

Majority Leader. Office of: 

House 621 

Senate 616 

Majority and Minority Rooms (House) 626 

Majority Whip, Office of (House) 621 

VffjifiagjtriMit Agency, Federal Emergency........ .. 862 

Management ! Budget, Office of 669 

Management and Finance (Agriculture) 767 

Management College, Defense Systems 708 

Management (Foreign Agricultural Service) 771 

Management, Office of Personnel 886 

Management Service, Financial (Treasury) 680 

Manpower and Reserve Affairs (Air Force) 727 

Manpower and Reserve Affairs (Army) 71 1 

Manpower ^IKJ Reserve Affairs (Navy) 720 

Mapping Agency (DOD) 707 

Maps of Congressional Districts 11099 

Marine Barracks 725 

Marine Corps, U.S. Headquarters (Navy) 724 

Maritime Commission, Federal 864 

Market Regulation (SEC) 897 

Marketing and Inspection Services 776 

Martin Luther King, Jr. Federal Holiday Commis- 
sion 566 

Medals and Decorations. Board of (Navy) 720 

Mediation *d Conciliation Service, Federal 865 

Mediation Board, National........ ..... . 881 

Medical Command, Naval 723 

Medicine. Institute of.,,.. 882 

Medicine, National Library of. 815 

Meeting Days of House Committees 425 

Meeting Days of Senate Committees 391 

Members of the Cabinet, list f 664 

, 1-356 

... 503-557 

368 

357-368 




Page 
Members of Congress Continued 

Terms of service 373-389 

Membership. 

House Committees 425 

Senate Committees 391 

Membership changes in the 100th and 101st Con- 
gresses Hi 

Memorial Commission, Franklin Delano Roosevelt.... 565 

Memorial Council, U S. Holocaust 913 

Mental Retardation, President's Committee on 573 

Merchant Marine Academy, Board of Visitors 560 

Ment Systems Protection Board, U.S ~ 916 

Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, Washington .... 923 

Metropolitan Police Department 977 

Mexico-United States Interparliamentary Group 566 

Migration, Intergovernmental Committee for 986 

Migratory Bird Conservation Commission 567 

Military Academy, Board of Visitors 560 

Military Appeals, U.S. Court of 968 

Military Personnel Command, Naval 723 

Military Seahft Command (Navy) 724 

Mine Safety and Health Administration (Labor) 804 

Mine Safety and Health Review Commission, Feder- 
al 866 

Mines, Bureau of 763 

Minority and Majority Rooms (House) 626 

Minority and Majority Secretaries (Senate) 618 

Minority Business Development Agency (Com- 
merce) 792 

Minority Floor Assistants (House) 626 

Minority Leader, Office of (House) 621 

Minority Whip, Office of (House) 622 

Mint, U.S. (Treasury) 680 

Miscellaneous Officials, Capitol 628 

Monetary Fund, International 990 

Monument Society, Washington National 923 

Monuments Commission, American Battle 850 

Mortgage Association, Government National (HUD) 822 

Museum of African Art 906 

Museum of American Art, National 907 

Museum of American History, National 907 

Museum of the American Indian, National 908 

Museum, Anacostia Neighborhood 904 

Museum, Cooper-Hewitt, of Decorative Arts and 

Designs 905 

Museum, Hirshhorn, and Sculpture Garden 905 

Museum, National Air and Space , 906 

Museum of Natural History 907 

N 

Narcotics Abuse and Control, Select Committee on... 495 

Narcotics Control, Senate Caucus on International .... 570 
National Academy of Sciences, National Academy 
of Engineering, Institute of Medicine, and 

National Research Council , 881 

Institute of Medicine 882 

National Academy of Engineering 882 

National Academy of Sciences 881 

National Research Council. , 881 

National Aeronautics and Space Administration 872 

Office of 

Administrator. 872 

Aeronautics and Space Technology 873 

Commercial Programs S72 

Comptroller 872 

Equal Opportunity Programs 873 

External Relations , ^ * 873 

Field Installations 874 

General Counsel 873 

Inspector General 873 

Management * 873 

Procurement ,,*-,, 873 

Safety, Reliability, Maintainability and Quality 
Assurance .... 



,.. 873 
Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization. 873 



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National Aeronautics and Space Administration- 
Continued 

Office of Continued 

Space Flight 

Space Flight Operations 

Space Science and Applications 

National Agricultural Library 

National Air and Space Museum 

National Archives and Records Administration . . 

Administrative Committee of the Federal Register 

National Archives Trust Fund Board 

National Historical Publications and Records 

Commission , 

National Archives Trust Fund Board 

National Bureau of Standards 

National Cancer Institute (HHS) 

National Capital Planning Commission 

National Centers for Disease Control (HHS) 

National Commission for Employment Policy 

National Commission on 

Children 

Libraries and Information Science 

National Council on 

Arts, the 

Disability 

Humanities, the 

National Credit Union Administration 

National Endowment for the Arts 

National Endowment for the Humanities ...... 

National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities 

Federal Council on the Arts and the Humanities ,. 

National Council on the Arts 

National Council on the Humanities 

National Endowment for the Arts 

National Endowment for the Humanities 

National Museum Services Board 

National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (HHS). ... 
National Historical Publications and Records Corn- 



Page 



National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal 

and Skin Diseases 

National Institute of 

Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases 

Justice.. 

National Institutes of Health '". ... 

National Labor Relations Board. 

General Counsel, Office of the 

National Library of Medicine 

National Library Service for the Blind and Physical- 
ly Handicapped 

National Mediation Board "....". 

National Monument Society, Washington 

National Mortgage Association, Government (HUD) 
National Museum of 

American Art 

American History. 

American Indian , 

Natural History ........." ....... 

Nabonal Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 

National Park Service. 

Regional Directors. 

National Portrait Gallery 

National Republican Congressional Committee"..... T. 

National Republican Senatorial Committee 

National Research CouncuV National Academy of 
Sciences, National Academy of Engineer- 

ing, Institute of Medicine, and 

National Science Board., M . 

National Science Foundation 72'"~J! "" 

Directorates for 

Admmfetratipn ,.. . 

Biological, Behavioral and Social SaenceZZ"" 
Computer and Information Science and Eng> 

^ 



875 



Page 
National Science Foundation Continued 

Directorates for Continued 

Mathematical and Physical Sciences 884 
Scientific, Technological and International Af- 
fairs.. . 884 

Office of the Director ... 883 
National Security Agency/Central Security Service 

(Defense) 708 

National Security Council 670 

National Technical Information Service.. . 797 

National Transportation Safety Board 885 

National Zoological Park 908 

Nations, United 997 

Natural History, Museum of 907 

Natural Resources and Environment (Agriculture) ... 782 

Natural Resources Division, Land and 737 

Naturalization Service, Immigration and 750 

Naval Academy, Board of Visitors 560 

Naval Academy, United States 724 

Naval Air Systems Command .... .... 722 

Naval Civilian Personnel Center 720 

Naval District, Washington, Headquarters 724 

Naval Facilities Engineering Command 723 

Naval Hospital 723 

Naval Intelligence Command 723 

Naval Investigative Service Command 723 

Naval Legal Service Command 724 

Naval Medical Command 723 

Naval Military Personnel Command 723 

Naval Sea Systems Command 722 

Naval Security Group Command 724 

Naval Space Command 724 

Naval Supply Systems Command 723 

Naval Telecommunications Command 724 

Office of 

Chief of Naval Operations 721 

Chief of Naval Research 721 

Comptroller 721 

Financial Management 721 

General Counsel 718 

Information . 719 

Judge Advocate General of the Navy 719 

Legislative Affairs , 719 

Program Appraisal 718 

Research, Engineering, and Systems 720 

Secretary of the Navy 718 



Under Secretary of the Navy 

U.S Naval Academy 

Naval Operations, Office of Chief of 

Naval Records, Board for Correction of... 
Naval Research, Office of the Chief of ... .. 
Naval Security Group Command 



718 
724 
721 
720 
720 
724 



Naval Supply Systems Command ........................... 723 



NAVY, DEPARTMENT OF THE ......... , 

Board for Correction of Naval Records 

Board of Decorations and Medals 

Headquarters, Naval District Washington ............... 

Headquarters, U S. Marine Corps ........... . ............... 

Marine Barracks ........................ 

Military Sealift Command 



718 
720 
720 
724 
724 
725 
724 

Naval Air Systems Command ..,.,. 722 

Naval Civilian Personnel Center 720 

Naval Council of Personnel Boards < 720 

Naval Facilities Engineering Command 723 

Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command 722 

Navy/Marine Corps Liaison Office 631 

Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation "..,!, 885 

Net Assessment (Defense) , &\ 

Networks, stations, and services represented in 

Radio-Television Galleries 1080 

News Photographers' Association, White House 1061 

Newspapers represented in Press Gallery 1045 

North Atlantic Assembly 555 

Members, U.S. Delegation ''.,[[', 553 

Officers , ...< ti < t . 570 



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Notes in 

Nuclear Agency, Defense 707 

Nuclear Regulatory Commission, U.S 917 

Nutrition and Food Service (Agriculture) 768 



Observatory, Astrophysical .......... . ...... . ........................ 

Occupational Safety and Health Administration 
(Labor) ............................................... - ............ 

Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission 
Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National ___ 
Office of 

Administrative Law Judges (Agriculture) ............... 

Administrative Law Judges (SEC) ............................ 

Administrator* Foreign Agricultural Service ........... 

Administrator (GSA) .................................................. 

Administrator (NASA) ............................................... 

Administrator, Rural Electrification Administra- 
tion ........................................................ .,.....- 

Advocacy and Enterprise (Agriculture) ................. 

Architect of Capitol ................................................ 

Attending Physician, Capitol ................................... 

Attorney General ......................................... . ...... ...... 

Chief of Naval Operations ......................................... 

Clerk of the House ..................................................... 

Comptroller of the Currency ..................................... 

Congressional Record Index ...................................... 

Doorkeeper, House ..................................................... 

Emergency Preparedness (District of Columbia) .... 

Executive Administration (OPM) .............................. 

Federal Supply Service (GSA) .................................. 

General Accounting ................................. . ..... ............. 

Government Ethics ................................................ ..... 

Government Printing .................................................. 

Human Development (HHS) .................................... 

Historian (House) ....................................................... 

Justice Programs ............... * ........ . 

Legislative Counsel: 

House 

Senate ..... '. 

Librarian (Library of Congress) .... 

Majority and Republican Leaders, House . 
Majority and Minority Whips, House 
Majority Secretary (Senate)................ 

Management and Budget 
Minonty Secretary (Senate) 
Naval Research 
Parliamentarian, House 
Patent and Trademark ....... 

Personnel Management 

Physician, Attending, Capitol ..... .................. 

Postmaster General ......... . ............ ......... .......... ... 

Postmaster of the House., 

President of the United States 

Science and Technology Policy...... ............. , 

Secretary of 

Agriculture.. 

Air Force ........................ . ......... . 

Army 

Commerce 

Defense 

Education 

Energy.....!. 

Health and Human Services.. 

Housing and Urban Development .. 

Interior ..... ......... 



Navy 

Senate. 

Transportation. 

Treasury 

Veterans Affairs 
Sergeant at Arms, House. 
Sergeant at Arms, Senate 
Small and Disadvantage^ Business Utilization. 
Office of: 

Defense 



803 
885 
793 

767 
895 
771 
867 
872 

776 
767 
627 
628 
731 
721 
622 
68O 
498 
624 
976 
887 
868 
632 
886 
634 
8O9 
626 
756 

626 
619 
637 
621 
621 
618 
669 
618 
72O 
62O 
793 
886 
628 
92O 
6?5 
665 
671 

766 
726 
71O 
785 
684 
841 
839 
807 
819 
757 
798 
718 
617 
827 
675 
844 
624 
618 



688 



Page 

Office of - Continued 
Secretary of - Continued 

NASA .............................................. 872 

Speaker, House ........................................ 620 

Technology Assessment ................................ 640 

U.S. Trade Representative (Executive) ............ 671 

U.S. Trustees (Justice) ................................. 754 

Office of Personnel Management ...................... 886 

Administration Group ................................. 887 

Career Entry Group ................................ 888 

Federal Prevailing Rate Advisory Committee ....... 887 

Office of 

Congressional Relations ............................ 886 

Director ................................................. 886 

Executive Administration ........................ 887 

General Counsel .......................................... 887 

Inspector General .............................................. 886 

International Affairs ......................................... 887 

Investigations Group .................................. 890 

Personnel Systems and Oversight Group .............. 888 

Regional Offices ..................... . ............. . ......... 891 

Retirement and Insurance Group ......................... 889 

Washington Area Service Center .......................... 890 

Officials, miscellaneous, Capitol .............................. 628 

Oliver Wendell Holmes Devise Fund, Permanent 

Committee for .................................... 569 

Operational Test and Evaluation (Defense) ............ 699 

Operations and Plans (Air Force) .............................. 729 

Operations, Office of (Agriculture) ....................... 768 

Operations, Office of Chief of Naval .................... 721 

Organization for Economic Cooperation and Devel 
opment..... ........................................... . 

OECD Center 
Secretariat 

Organization, International Labor. 
Organization of American States 



994 
994 
994 

895, 906 
993 
General Secretariat ................................................ 994 

The Council ................................................................ 993 

Organization, Pan American Health ........................... 995 

Organization, Strategic Defense Initiative .................. 708 

Outlook Board, World Agricultural ........................... 769 

Overseas Commands (Air Force) ................................ 730 

Overseas Private Investment Corporation ................. 915 



Pacific Halibut Commission, International, United 

States and Canada....* 

Packers and Stockyards Administration 

Page Board, House of Representatives 

Page Schools: 

House 



Pan American Health Organization , 

Centers 

Field Offices 

Sanitary Bureau 

Panama Canal Commission 

Pardon Attorney (Justice) 

Park, National Zoological 

Park Service, National 

Parliamentarian (House), Office of the 

Parole, Board of (District of Columbia) 

Parole Commission, U.S 

Patent and Trademark Office 

Director's Staff , 

Management , 

Regional Offices - 

Volunteer Recruitment and Selection 

Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation. 

Pension and Welfare Benefits Administration (Labor) 
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation 

Advisory Committee. 

Board of Directors - 

Official* i f f ^ 



993 
780 
560 

629 
629 
995 
996 
995 
995 
891 
753 
908 
759 
620 
980 
920 
793 
891 
891 
892 
892 
892 
892 
801 
893 
893 
893 
893 



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Pag 

Periodical Press Galleries 101 

Executive Committee 101 

House Periodical Press Gallery 101 

Members entitled to admission. 101 

Periodicals represented -. 101 

Rules governing admission to lOi 

Senate Periodical Press Gallery 

Permanent Committee for the Oliver Wendell 

Holmes Devise Fund 

Permanent Joint Board on Defense, Canada-United 

States 99 

Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (House) 49 

Personnel (Air Force) 72 

Personnel Boards, Navy Council of. 72 

Personnel Management, Office of , 

Personnel, Office of (Agriculture) 768 

Personnel, Office of (District of Columbia) 97 

Photographers Association, White House News 106 

Photographers Gallery, Press 105 

Physical Fitness and Sports, President's Council on ... 89 

Physician at the Capitol, Attending 628 

Planning Commission, National Capital 87< 

Plans and Operations (Air Force) 729 

Plant and Animal Health Inspection Service (Agri- 
culture) , , 777 

Police: 

Capitol, United States 628 

Metropolitan 97- 

Police Board, Capitol , [].. 621 

Policy Committee, Democratic (Senate)............. 4U 

Policy Committee, Republican (Senate) 42 

Policy Development and Research (HUD) .".".' 821 

Policy, International Security (Defense) 689 

Political Classification of Congress " 368 

Portrait Gallery, National qno 

Postal Rate Commission 

Postal Service, U.S ."."..... 920 

Postal Union, Universal 1ttn 

Postal ZIP Codes, Nine-Digit: 

House 

Senate ZZ 

Postmaster General,"office"oZ 

Postmaster of the House 

Post Office, Annex 2 ..Z 626 

Post Office, Cannon Office Building 

Post Office, Capitol _ 

Post Office, Longworth Office Building 626 

Post Office, Raybum Office BufldiniE " 

Post Office, City, Washington .." 

Preservation, Advisory Councfl on Historic 
President, Executive Office of.., 
President of the Senate 
President of the United Sw^SSSS^ 



Presidents and Vice Presidents and the 

coincident with their terms... 
' 



House Press Gallery ......... 

Members entitled to admission to. 
Newspapers represented in. 



___ 

Safe* governing ^aflery 
Services represented 




Page 

Printing, Bureau of Engraving and ., ...... 80 

Printing, Joint Committee on..,., .................... 4gg 

Printing Office, Government ..................... $34 

Prison Industries, Inc., Federal (Justice) .............. 749 

Prisons, Bureau of (Justice) . . ...... """ 739 

Private Investment Corporation, Overseas , . 915 

Probate Court, Register of Wills and Clerk of ..... 972 

Product Safety Commission, Consumer .., ........... 354 

Program Analysis and Budget (Agriculture) ... . " 773 

Program Analysis and Evaluation (Defense) ............ \ 697 

Program Appraisal, Office of (Navy) ............... 7jg 

Program Operations (Agriculture) ........ 77$ 

Programs and Legislation (Agriculture) ............ 731 

Programs, Office of Justice ....................... 75$ 

Projects Agency, Defense Advanced Research . ... 702 

Protection Board, U.S. Ment Systems ........... 91 g 

Pro tempore, President, of Senate.. . . ..... 615 

Public Affairs (Air Force) ........................... 727 

Public Affairs (Defense) ..................... 696 

Public Affairs (HUD) ........................... ' 820 

Public and Indian Housing (HUD)... , .......... 321 

Publications Distribution Service, House Doorkeeper 624 

Public Buildings Service (GSA) ....................... 869 

Public Debt, Bureau of the (Treasury) ............... 680 

Public Diplomacy. U.S. Advisory Commission on ..... 912 

Public Library (District of Columbia) ................. 973 

Public Service and Collections Management I (Li- 

brary of Congress) .................................... 639 

Public Service Commission (District of Columbia).. .. 978 

Public Works, Department of (District of Columbia) . 978 
Puerto Rico, Commonwealth of: 

Governor of. ................................... 4 ................ 612 

Resident Commissioner ............................ 353, 367, S2S 



Quality, Council on Environmental ............................. 671 



Radio and Television Correspondents' Galleries 

Executive Committee of. 

House Radio and Television Gallery .....""... 

Members entitled to admission to 'Z 

Networks, stations, services represented in .............. 

Rules governing admission to 

Senate Radio and Television Gallery,... 

Railroad Administration, Federal 

Railroad Retirement Board Z.ZZ'." " 

~*ailroad Ticket Office, Capitol ....."".. 

Late Commission, Postal Z.'.!ZZ.".'." 

Reconstruction and Developmentr""intemationii 

Bank for 

-ecord, Congressional, Index Office ".'ZZ.ZZZ.'" 
ecords Administration, National Archives and ...'".. 
Recreation Department (District of Columbia) ..... 

ted Cross, American '" ]' 

egional Administrators (GSA) ZZZZZ 

egional Commissions, Appalachian 

Regional Directors, Federal Mediation and "con- 
ciliation Service 

egional Offices (GAO) . 



egional Printing Plants <OTO)Z*ZZZZZZ 

egional Printing Procurement Office* '(OPO)' 

Register of Wills and Clerk of Probate Court ."2 

tegular and special sessions of Congress, list of .".'.' 

Regulatory Affairs, Department of Consumer and 

(District of Columbia) 

Regulatory Commission, U.S. Nuclear 

Regulatory Programs and Marketing Services"(A^ 
culture) r ft 

CTtrt*U*ntati+rmj,. """t**tnr......t 



1065 
1065 
1065 
1067 
1080 
1065 
1065 
834 
922 
630 
894 

986 
498 
875 
979 
850 
870 
851 

865 
633 
833 
799 
636 
635 
972 
586 

975 
917 



Representatives: 
Apportioned to the several States under each 



~~4 WU , 

Assignment of, to committees,. 



611 
518 



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Page 

Representatives Continued 

Biographies of. 1-356 

Delegates, and Senators serving in the Ist-lOlst 

Congresses.... . 61O 

Service of, showing Congresses in -which it has 

been rendered....... 379 

State, list of 357 

Votes cast for 578 

Republican Congressional Committee, National 489 

Republican Policy Committee (Senate) 421 

Republican Policy Committee (House) 490 

Republican Senatorial Committee, National 419 

Research, Development and Aquisition (Army) 711 

Research, Engineering and Systems (Navy) 720 

Research Council, National, National Academy of 
Engineering, Institute of Medicine, and Na- 
tional Academy of Sciences ........................... 881 

Research, Office of the Chief of Naval 721 

Research Projects Agency, Defense Advanced 7O2 

Research Service, Agricultural 783 

Research Service, Congressional (Library of Con- 
gress) 637 

Research Service, Economic (Agriculture).. 770 

Reserve Affairs (Defense) 697 

Reserve System, Federal 851 

Resolution Trust Corporation Oversight Board 895 

Retardation, Mental, President's Committee on 573 

Retirement Board, Railroad 922 

Revenue Service, Internal (Treasury) 682 

Rights Division, Civil (Justice) _ 736 

River Basin Commission, Susquehanna 91 1 

Roosevelt Memorial Commission, Franklin Delano.... 565 

Royalty Tribunal, Copyright 854 

Rural Electrification Administration 776 



Safety and Health Administration, Mine (Labor) 

Safety and Health Review Commission, Federal 

Mine 

Safety and Health Review Commission, Occupation- 
Safety Board, National Transportation 

St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation 

Savings Bonds Division, U.S. (Treasury)... 

Scholarship Foundation, Harry S. Truman.................. 

Schools, Page: 

House 

Senate . 

Science and Education (Agriculture) 

Science and Technology Policy, Office of. 

Science Board, National ............... , . 

Science Foundation, National 

Sciences, National Academy of.......................... 

Sealift Command, Military (Navy). 
Seating Arrangement in the Senate 



866 

885 
885 
836 
679 
871 

629 
629 

783 

671 

882 
882 
881 
724 

661 

662 

Seaway Development Corporation, St. Lawrence 836 

Secretariat (OECD) ....... ... .................. 995 

Secretariat (South Pacific Commission) 997 

Secretariat (United Nations) 1000 

Secret Service, United States (Treasury). 681 

Securities and Exchange Commission.....................'..... 895 

Division of Corporation Finance........ 896 

Division of Enforcement ........... 897 

Division of Investment Management .. 896 

Division of Market Regulation - 897 

Office of 

Administrative Law Judges... 



Chi 



Seating Plan of House Chamber... 



Applications and Reports Services.. 

Chief Accountant . 

Comptroller 



895 
897 
... 895 
897 

Consumer Affairs and Information Services 897 

Economic Analysis ~ -., 895 

Edgar Management 898 

Executive Director. ... 895 

General Counsel , 896 



Page 
Securities and Exchange Commission Continued 

Office of Continued 

Information Systems Management 898 

Personnel 898 

Secretary 895 

Regional Offices 898 

Security Administration, Social 817 

Security and Cooperation in Europe, Commission on 562 
Security Agency/Central Security Service, National 

[Defense) 708 

Security Assistance Agency, Defense 708 

Security Council (United Nations) 999 

Security Council, National 670 

Security Group Command, Naval , 724 

Security, Policy and International (Defense) 689 

Select and special committees: 

House 485 

Senate 418 

Select Committee on Aging (House) 492 

Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families 

(House) 496 

Select Committee on Ethics (Senate) , 421 

Select Committee on Hunger (House) 497 

Select Committee on Indian Affairs (Senate) 422 

Committee on Intelligence, Permanent 

(House) 491 

Select Committee on Intelligence (Senate) 422 

Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control 

(House) ~ 495 

Selective Service System 899 



570 
615 
571 
563 
609 
570 
615 



Caucus on International Narcotics Control . 

Chaplain............. 

Commission on Art 

Commission on the Bicentennial of the 

Court of Impeachment 

Office Building Commission 

Officers of the 

Personnel of 
Office of the 

Democratic Whip 

Legal Counsel 

Legislative Counsel 

Majority Leader 

Majority Secretary 

Minority Secretary 

Republican Leader 

Secretary 

Sergeant at Arms 

President of. 

President pro tempore 

Special sessions of 

Senate Committees: 

Assignments to 

Meeting days of. 

Membership of. 

Special and select.. 



616 
619 
619 
616 
618 
618 
616 
617 
618 
615 
615 
596 

503 
391 
391 
418 
392 
391 
391 
630 
570 
627 
629 
1087 
1033 
1065 
419 
419 



Assignments to committees 39 1 

Biographies of. 1-356 

Continuous service of..... - 376 

Expiration of terms of service, by groups 373-375 



Subcommittees of... - 

Senate Employees' Child Care Center.. 

Senate Office Building Commission ~. 

Senate Office Buildings (Architect) 

Senate Page School - 

Senate Periodical Press Gallery 

S^pflt*" Pyesg Gallery........ *... 

Senate Radio and Television Gallery 

Senatorial Campaign Committee, Democratic. -. 
Senatorial Committee, National Republican 



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Senators Continued 
Delegates, and Representatives serving in the 1st- 

101st Congresses - * 

State list of. 

Sergeant at Arms. 
House of Representatives - *7 

Service and terms in Congress: 
Delegate of 

American Samoa 389 

District of Columbia 389 

Virgin Islands 

Representatives 

Resident Commissioner 

Senators: 

Continuous service 

Expiration of terms 

Service Commission, Public (District of Columbia), 
Service- 
Agricultural Cooperative 776 

Agricultural Marketing 777 

Agricultural Research. ~ 783 

Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation. 770 

Animal and Plant Health (Agriculture) 777 

Community Relations (Justice) 755 

Economic Research (Agriculture) 770 

Federal Grain Inspection (Agriculture) 779 

Federal Mediation and Conciliation 865 

Financial Management (Treasury). 
Food and Consumer (Agriculture) 

Food and Nutrition 

Foreign Agricultural. 

Forest (Agriculture) 

General Administration 

Human Nutrition Information (Agriculture) .. 

Immigration and Naturalization (Justice) 

Indian Health (HHS) 

Internal Revenue (Treasury).. 



768 
768 
771 
782 
867 
769 
750 
814 
682 
706 
776 
770 
759 
797 



Investigative Service (DOD) f 

Marketing and Inspection (Agriculture) ... 

National Agricultural Statistics (Agriculture)...... 

National Park (Interior) 

National Technical Information (Commerce) 

Office of Management and Finance (Agriculture)... 767 

Soil Conservation (Agriculture) 783 

U.S. Customs (Treasury) , 681 

U.S. Fish and Wildlife (Interior) 758 

U.S. Postal . , . 920 

U.S. Secret (Treasury)...., .. .. 681 

Veterinary (Agriculture) , 771 

Service System, Selective .... ....... ... 899 

Sessions of Congress, Joint Meetings and ... 597 

Sessions of Congress, list of ......... 59* 

Sessions of the Senate, special, dates of... 596 

Severely Handicapped, Committee for Purchase 

From the Blind and Other 853 

Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization. Office 
of 

Defense 

NASA - 872 

899 



s Administration 

Smithsonian Institution .... 

Board of Regents, Personnel of... 



... 900 
- 90 



Anacpstia Neighborhood Museum, ., 

Archives of American Art ......., .... 

Arthur M, Sadder Gall, 



Astspphysicai Observatory . 

Cooper-Hewitt Museum of Decorative Arts and 

Design. 

Freer Gallery of Art,. 

Board of Trustees 

Officers of the Board.,,.. , ^ ^.^ 

SEsshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden.... 



904 
904 
906 
909 

. 90S 



Page 
mithsonian Institution Continued 

Bureaus under the direction of Continued 

Museum of African Art 906 

National Air and Space Museum 906 

National Gallery of Art 910 

National Museum of American Art 907 

National Museum of American History 907 

National Museum of the American Indian 908 

National Museum of Art Commission 907 

National Museum of Natural History 907 

National Portrait Gallery 908 

National Zoological Park 908 

Office of- 

Exhibits Central 908 

Horticulture 908 

Museum Programs 909 

Resident Associate Program , 909 

Tropical Research Institute 909 

Woodrow Wilson International Center for 

Scholars 

Council Members 

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. 

Establishment, Personnel of 

Office of: 

Assistant Secretaries for. 

Administration 901 

Museums 902 

Public Service 903 

Research 902 

General Counsel 902 

Secretary. 901 

Under Secretary 901 

Social Security Administration * 817 

Soil Conservation Service 783 

Soldiers' and Airmen's Home. U.S 923 

Board of Commissioners 923 

Officers of the Home 923 

Solicitor General (Justice) 731 

Solicitor, Office of (Labor) 803 

South Pacific Commission 997 

Space (Air Force) , , 727 

Space Administration, National Aeronautics and 872 

Space and Air Museum, National 906 

Space Agency, European (E.S.A.) 983 

Space Flight, Office of (NASA) 873 

Space Science and Applications (NASA) 872 



911 
901 
909 
900 



Space Systems (Air Force) 727 

Speaker of the House of Representatives 620 

Special and select committees: 

House 485 

Senate 418 

Special Committee on Aging (Senate) 423 

Special Missions, U.S. Diplomatic and Consular Of- 

,. 1030 

Special Nutrition Programs (Agriculture) 769 

Special Projects Office (Library of Congress) 637 

Special Sessions of the Senate, dates of 596 

Sports, President's Council on Physical Fitness and... 894 

Stabilization and Conservation Service (Agriculture). 770 

Staff, Air (Air Force) 728 

Staff, Army 713 

Staff, Joint Chiefs of (Defense) -. 701 

Staffs of House committees, 425 

Staffs ot Senate committees , , , 391 

Standards, National Bureau of. 795 



425 
391 
673 
674 
674 
673 
674 
782 
357 



House , 

Senate.......... .,.,, ,. ..., 

STATE, DEPARTMENT OF ,.. !.!!."""",""."".!".... 

Ambassadors-at-Large 

Bureaus ^ .~*,i 

Office of the Secretary., .... 

Offices ,..,., ..,..... .......rt.. 

State and Private Forestry (Agricttliure) "LZ.Z,"."."., 
State delegations in Congress 



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Page 

State Research Service and Cooperative (Agricul- 
ture). 783 

States and Territories, Governors of the 612 

States, Organization of American 993 

Statistical Information 577 

Court of Impeachment 609 

Governors of the States and Territories 612 

Presidents and Vice Presidents and the Congresses 

coincident with their terms 613 

Representatives Under Each Apportionment 611 

Sessions of Congress......... 586 

Special sessions of the Senate 596 

Votes Cast for Representatives, Resident Commis- 
sioner, and Delegates in 1986, 1988, and 

1990 578 

Votes Cast for Senators in 1986, 1988, and 1990 ~L 577 

Statistics, Labor, Bureau of. 806 

Steenng and Policy Committee, Democratic 

(House) 487, 62O 

Stockyards and Packers Administration 78O 

Strategic Defense Initiative Organization 708 

Study Conference, Environmental and Energy ........... 572 

Superior Court of the District of Columbia 971 

Supply Systems Command, Naval 723 

Supreme Court, United States 575 

Officers of the Supreme Court 929 

Survey, Geological (Interior) , 763 

Susquehanna River Basin Commission 764, 9114 

System 

Federal Reserve 851 

Selective Service 899 

Systems Command, Naval Air 722 

Systems Command, Naval Sea 722 

Systems Command, Space and Naval Warfare 722 

Systems Management College, Defense 7O8 

Systems Protection Board, U.S. Merit 916 



Taxation, Joint Committee on 

Tax Court of the United States .. 

Tax Division (Justice) . 

Technical Information Service, National 
*).. 



498 

.... 961 

738 

(Com- 

797 

Technology Assessment, Office of. 64O 

Technology Assessment Board 640 

Telecommunication Union, T^tfmati rtT ^T*i 1003 

Telecommunications Command (Navy) 724 

Telecommunications and Information (Commerce) 797 

Telegraph Office, Capitol 630 

Telephone Exchange (Capitol) 630 

Television and Radio Correspondents* Galleries 1065 

Temporary Emergency Court of Appeals of the U.S. 932 

Tennessee Valley Authority 912 

Terms of Presidents and Vice Presidents 613 

Terms of Service: 

Representatives ,. ... 379-389 

Senators.....-......-...-.-... 373378 

Territories and States, Governors of 612 

Ticket Offices, Capitol: 

Airlines, Combined 629 

Railroad , 630 

Tobacco, and Firearms, Bureau of Alcohol (Treas- 
ury) 681 

Trade Commission, Federal 866 

Trade, U.S. Court pf International 951 

Trading Commission, Commodity Futures 854 

Traffic Safety Administration, National Highway 834 

Training Administration, Employment and (Labor) ... 804 

Transit Authority, Washington Metropolitan Area 923 

Transportation Administration, Urban Mass 835 

TRANSPORTATION, DEPARTMENT OP . 827 

Federal Aviation Administration .., 831 



Field Organizations 

Federal Highway Administration.. 

Regional Offices.. 
Federal Railroad Administration... 



831 

833 

...... 833 

834 



TRANSPORTATION, DEPARTMENT OF Continued 

Regional Offices 

Maritime Administration 

Field Activities 

Transportation Safety Institute 

Volpe National Transportation Systems Center .. 
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.... 

Regional Offices 

Office of Inspector General 

Office of the Secretary 

Research and Special Programs Administration 

St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation ... 
U.S. Coast Guard (DOT) 

Major Field Commands 

Urban Mass Transportation Administration 

Regional Offices 

Travel and Tourism (Commerce) 

TREASURY, DEPARTMENT OF THEI 

Bureau of: 

Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms 

Engraving and Printing 

Public Debt 

Federal Law Enforcement Training Center 

Financial Management Service 

Internal Revenue Service 

Office of: 

Comptroller of the Currency 

Departmental Finance and Management 

Domestic Finance . 

Economic Policy 

Enforcement ... . 

Fiscal Assistant Secretary . 

General Counsel 

Inspector General 

International Affairs 

Legislative Affairs 

Management - 

Public Affairs and Public Liaison,, 

Tax Policy 

Thrift Supervision , 

Treasurer of the United States 

Under Secretary for International Affairs 

United States Customs Service 

United States Mint 

United States Savings Bonds Division 

United States Secret Service 

Trials by Court of Impeachment, Senate 

Tropical Research Institute, Smithsonian 

Tropical Tuna Commission, Inter-American ~ 

Truman Scholarship Foundation, Harry S 

Trust Fund Boards* 

National Archives 

Trusteeship Council (United Nations) 

Tuna Commission, Inter-American Tropical 

U 

Under Secretary of the Air Force 726 

Under Secretary of the Army 710 

Under Secretary of the Navy 718 

Union, Interparliamentary * 570 

United Nations 997 

Economic and Social Council 998 

Economic Commission of 

Africa 1002 

Asia and the Pacific 1001 

Europe 1001 

Latin America and the Caribbean 1001 

Western Asia...... 1002 

General Assembly 997 

Intergovernmental Agencies Related to the United 

Nations 1002 



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. 836 
. 837 
838 
838 
834 
835 
829 
827 
838 
836 
829 
830 
835 
835 
797 
675 

681 
680 
680 
682 
680 
682 

680 
678 
675 
675 
676 
675 
676 
676 
679 
676 
677 
677 
678 
678 
675 
679 
683 
679 
675 
681 
680 
679 
681 
609 
909 
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871 

640 
876 
999 
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Page 

United Nations Continued 

Intergovernmental Agencaes Related to the United 
Nations Continued 

Food and Agricultural Organization. 983, 1002 

General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade 

/VATTl .. .., 1OO4 

Intei^overamental Maritime Organization 1003 

International Atomic Energy Agency 1003 

International Bank for Reconstruction and De- 
velopment 

International Civil Aviation Organization 
International Development Association w 

International Finance Corporation 893, 9U7 

International Labor Organization 895, 906 

International Monetary Fund 990, 1002 

International Telecommunication Union 1003 

United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cul- 
tural Organization 1002 

United Nations High Commissioner for Refu- 
gees 1004 

United Nations Information Centre 1001 

Universal Postal Union 1003 

World Health Organization 1002 

World Meteorological Organization 1003 

International Court of Justice 999 

Secretariat 1000 

Security Council 999 

Trusteeship Council 999 

U.S. Administrative Conference 847 

U S Advisory Commission on Public Diplomacy 912 

U.S. Alternative Fuels Council f 574 

U S. Anns Control and Disarmament Agency 912 

U S Capitol Buildings and Grounds 642 

U S. Capitol Police ,... 628 

U S. Capitol, Commission on the West Central Front 

of the 563 

U S. Claims Court 956 

Officers of 960 

U S. Coast Guard (DOT) 829 

Major Field Commands (DOT) 83O 

U.S. Commission on Civil Rights 913 

U.S Constitution, Commission on the Bicentennial 

of the , 563 

U S Court of Appeals, District of Columbia 933 

Officers of 937 

Residences of judges and officers 937 

Senior Circuit Judges 936 

US. Court of Appeals, Federal Circuit 938 

U.S. Court of International Trade 951 

Officers of , , 955 

U.S. Court of Military Appeals.....: 968 

Residences of judges and officers 969 

U.S. Courts, Administrative Office of 97O 

U.S. Courts of Appeals 930 

U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Federal Circuit 944 

U.S Customs Service (Treasury) , ,. ., 68] 

U.S. Diplomatic and Consular Offices , , 1023 

Special Missions 103O 

U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia 945 

Residences of judges, retired judges, and officers .. 

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Interior) 

U.S. Foreign Diplomatic Representatives and Con,- 

sular Offices in the., rt 

U.S. Friendship Commission, Japan and .... 

US. Capitol Historical Society 

U,S. Holocaust Memorial Council 

US. Information Agency ,.,,. 

US. Agency for International Development^.""""!^" 

Overseas Private Investment Corporation 

US. International Trade Commission^ t 

U.S. Interparliamentary Group, Canada 

US. Interparliamentary Group, Mexico "" 

US, Marine Corps, Headquarters 

US, Marshals Service 
U.S. 



U.S. National Central Bureau, Interpol 

J.S Naval Academy 

U S Nuclear Regulatory Commission..., 
U S. Parole Commission 

Regional Offices 

US Postal Service 

Board of Governors 

Office of Postmaster General 

Human Resources 

Marketing and Communications . 



1005 
565 
574 
913 
914 
915 
915 
916 
56 
566 
724 
752 
91 
680 



Page 

752 

724 
917 

920 

920 

.. -. 920 

920 

920 

921 
921 



US. Railroad Retirement Board 922 

J.S. Savings Bonds Division 679 

US. Secret Service 681 

U.S. Soldiers' and Airmen's Home 923 

US. Supreme Court 575 

US. Tax Court 961 

Officers of 967 

Special Trial Judges 967 

US. Temporary Emergency Court of Appeals 932 

U S. Trade Representative, Office of (Executive). ... 671 

U S. Travel and Tourism (Commerce) 797 

U S. Trustees (Justice) 754 

Universal Postal Union 1003 

Urban Development, Housing and, Department of ... 819 
Utilization, Office of Small and Disadvantaged Busi- 



Defense 

NASA 



688 
872 



Valley Authority, Tennessee 912 

Congressional Liaison Service (Capitol) 630 

VETERANS' AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF 844 

Office of the- 
Acquisition and Facilities 844 

Congressional and Public Affairs 844 

Finance and Information Resources Manage- 

Human Resources and Administration 845 

National Cemetery System 845 

Veterans Benefits Administration 845 

Veterans Health Services and 

Research Administration 845 

Policy Planning 845 

Public and Intergovernmental Affairs 844 

Secretary 844 

Veteran's Employment and Training (Labor) 805 

Veterinary Services (Agriculture) 778 

Vice President of the United States, biography 1 

Vice Presidents and the Congresses coincident with 

their terms 613 

Virgin Islands, Delegate 356 

Visitors, Boards of, to Academies 559 
Votes cast for 1984, 1986, and 1988: 

Delegates 584 

Representatives , 578 

Resident Commissioner 584 

Senators , , 577 

W 

Washington City Post Office , 



981 
981 

923 
8819 
724 



Classified Stations ... 

.Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority 

Washington National Monument Society 

Washington Naval District, Headquarters,..., 

Water Commission and International Boundary 

United States and Mexico 988 

Welfare Benefits Administration, Pension and 

(Labor) , 801 

West Central Front of the U.S. Capitol, Commission 

on the ,, 563 

Western Union Telegraph Co. at Captyol 630 

Whips (Majority and Republican, House) 621 

White House News Photographers Association 1061 

Members represented ., 1061 



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White House News Photographers Association- 
Continued 

Officers 1061 

White House Fellowships, President's Commission .... 894 

White House Office 665 

Wills, Register of, and Clerk of Probate Court 972 

Women's Bureau (Labor) 8ft1 

Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars . 



911 



WOOurOW WUSOn iniClIUUHJIUU >^111W1 ti wrwuwuua. *. 

Works, Department of Public (District of Columbia). 978 



WOniS, uepanmcm m inunv. \j-ifciw.. % %***/. * 

World Agriculture Outlook Board 769 



World Health Organization 

World Meteorological Organization. 

Z 

ZIP Codes, Nine-Digit Postal 

House 

Senate. 



Zones Board, Foreign-Trade 
Zoological Park, National. 



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102d Congress* 

THE VICE PRESIDENT 

DAN QUAYLE, Republican, of Huntington, IN; born in Indianapolis, IN, Febru- 
ary 4, 1947; graduated, Huntington High School, 1965; B.A., DePauw University, 
1969; J.D., Indiana University School of Law, 1974; admitted to the bar in 1974; 
served in Indiana National Guard, 1969-75; associate publisher of Huntington Herald- 
Press; member: Rotary, Huntington Chamber of Commerce, Hoosier State Press, 
Huntington Bar Association; married to the former Marilyn Tucker, 1972; three chil- 
dren: Tucker Danforth, Benjamin Eugene, and Mary Corinne; elected to the 95th 
Congress, November 2, 1976; reelected to the 96th Congress; elected to the U.S. 
Senate, November 4, 1980, for the 6-year term beginning January 3, 1981; reelected, 
November 4, 1986; elected Vice President, November 8, 1988; resigned Senate seat 
on January 3, 1989; took oath of office January 20, 1989. 



The Ceremonial Office of the Vice President is S-212 in the Capitol. The Vice President has offices in the Dirksen Office 
Building and the Old Executive Office Building (OEOB) as well as in the White House (West Wing) 

CkitfofSttf.VrmBm Kristol, OEOB, Room 272, 456-6605. 
Assistant to the Vice President for Policy and Deputy Chief of Staff. Spence Abraham, 

OEOB, Room 200, 456-6604. 
Assistant to the Vice President and Director of Public Liaison. Greg Zoeller, OEOB, 

Room 200, 456-6640. 
Assistant to the Vice President and Press Secretary. David Beckwith, OEOB, Room 280, 

456-7034. 
Assistant to the Vice President for Legislative Affairs. William Gribbin, S212, The 

Capitol, 224-8391. 
Assistant to the Vice President and Director of Scheduling. Cecile Kremer, OEOB, 

Room 279, 395-4245. 
Assistant to the Vice President and Chief of Staff to Mrs. Quayle. Denise Balzano, 

OEOB, Room 268, 456-7022. 

Counsel to the Vice President Randy Wilson, OEOB, Room 271, 456-2816. 
Assistant to the Vice President for National Security Affairs.'- Carnes Lord, OEOB, Room 

298, 395-4213, 
Executive Secretary, National Space Council. Mark Albrecht, OEOB, Rooom 423, 395- 

6175. 
Executive Director of Council on Competitiveness.LarTy Lindsey, OEOB, Room 214, 

456-6402. 



'Biographies are based on information furnished or authorized by the respective Senators and 
Representatives. 



Congressional Directory ALABAMA 

ALABAMA 

(Population, 1980 census, 3,876,808) 

SENATORS 

HOWELL T. 



School of Law; ^^^^ ^SSaS^Siya; Heflin, Rosser & Munsey, 



. 

^bL^w^s fore^ipient of James Madison Award with Enc Severeid by NaUona 
RrnadSSt Editorial Association; Distinguished Amencan Award, National Football 
KSS^^HM^rpSSe; Justice Award, American Judicature Society; Delected to 
The US. Senate, November 7, 1978, for the 6-year term beginning January 3, 1979; re- 
elected November 6, 1984 and November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

728 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-0101 ........................... 224-4124 

Administrative Assistant. Stephen Raby. 

Office Manager. Carlton Betenbaugh. 

Press Secretary. Tom McMahon. ->-~, /is*\ o^/* -o->i 

Federal Courthouse, B-29, 15 Lee Street, Montgomery, AL 36104 .................... (205) 834-2823 

P.O. Box 228, Tuscumbia, AL 35674 ....................................................................... (205) 381-706O 

355 Federal Building, 1800 5th Avenue North, Birmingham, AL 35203 ............. (205) 731-1500 

437 Federal Courthouse, Mobile, AL 36602 ........................................................... (205) 432-7715 



RICHARD C. SHELBY, Democrat, of Tuscaloosa, AL; born in Birmingham, AL on 
May 6, 1934; attended the public schools; A.B., University of Alabama, 1957; LL.B., Uni- 
versity of Alabama School of Law, 1963; attorney; admitted to the Alabama Bar in 1961 
and commenced practice in Tuscaloosa; member, Alabama State Senate, 1970-78; former 
law clerk, Supreme Court of Alabama, 1961-62; city prosecutor, Tuscaloosa, AL, 1963- 
71; U.S. Commissioner, Northern District of Alabama, 1966-70; special assistant attorney 
general, State of Alabama, 1968-70; chairman, Legislative Council of Alabama Legisla- 
ture, 1977-78; former president, Tuscaloosa County Mental Health Association; member 
of Alabama Code Revision Committee, 1971-75; member: Phi Alpha Delta; legal fraterni- 
ty; Tuscaloosa County; Alabama and American Bar Associations; First Presbyterian 
Church of Tuscaloosa; Exchange Club; American Judicature Society; and Alabama Law 
Institute; married to the former Annette Nevin of Kinston, AL in 1960; two children: 
Richard C., Jr. and Claude Nevin; elected to the 96th Congress, November 7, 1978, and 
reflected to the three succeeding Congresses; elected to the U.S. Senate on November 4, 

Office Listings 

313 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-0103 224-5744 

Administrative Assistant. Tom Young, FAX: 224-3416 

Personal Secretary/Appointments. Anne Caldwell. 
Press Secretary. Trkaa Primrose. 

P.O. Box 2570, Tuscaloosa, AL 35403 , (205) 759-5047 

Federal Balding, Room 323, 1800 5th Avenue North, Birmingham, AL 

352P3 (205)731-1384 



ALABAMA 102d Congress 

438 U.S. Court House, 113 St Joseph Street, Mobile, AL 36602 (205) 694-4164 

B28-A U.S. Courthouse, 15 Lee Street, Montgomery, AL 36104 (205) 223-7303 

State Director. Fred Clark. 
Huntsville International Airport, 1000 Glenn Hearn Boulevard, Box 20127, 

Huntsville, AL 35824 (205) 772-0460 



REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 

SONNY CALLAHAN, Republican, of Mobile, AL; born in Mobile, September 11, 
1932; attended Oakdale Elementary School, Mobile; graduated McGill Institute (high 
school), Mobile, 1950; University of Alabama, Mobile, (night school), 1959-60; served in 
U.S. Navy, seaman, 1952-54; businessman, The Finch Companies, 1964-84; membership, 
Mobile Area Chamber of Commerce; elected Alabama House of Representatives, 1970- 
78; elected Alabama State Senate, 1978-82; married to the former Karen Reed; six chil- 
dren: Scott, Patrick, Shawn, Chris, Cameron, and Kelly; elected to the 99th Congress on 
November 6, 1984; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

1330 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0101 225-4931 

Chief of Staff/Press Secretary. Jo Bonner. 

Legislative Director. Nancy Tippins. 

Personal Secretary. Billie LaBarbera. 
Suite 126, 2970 Cottage Hill Road, Mobile, AL 36606 (205) 690-2811 

District Representative. Taylor Ellis. 



Counties: Baldwin, Clarke, Escambia, Mobile, Monroe, Washington, and Wilcox (7 counties). Population (1980), 
563,140, 

ZIP Codes: 36030 (part), 36033 (part), 36401 (part), 36419, 36420 (part), 36425, 36426 (part), 36427, 36431, 36432 



6030 (part] 
5-36, 364; 



36652, 36660, 36685, 36689, 36691, 36693, 36695, 36720-23, 36726, 36727 (part), 36728 (part), 36741, 36747, 36751, 
36753, 36760, 36761 (part), 36762, 36766, 36768 (part), 36769, 36771, 36778, 36780, 36782 (part), 36783 (part), 36784 
(part) 



SECOND DISTRICT 

WILLIAM L. DICKINSON, Republican, of Montgomery, AL; born in Opelika, AL, 
June 5, 1925; graduated from University of Alabama Law School, June 5, 1950; 3 years in 
Navy, World War II; USAF Reserve; four children: Chris, Mike, Tara, and Bill, Jr.; 
member: First Methodist Church of Montgomery, Kiwanis, Alabama- Bar Association, 
Masons, Shriners, SAB Social Fraternity, and Alabama Alumni Association; Opelika city 
judge, 2 years; judge, Lee County Court of Common Pleas and Lee County Juvenile 
Court, 4 years; judge, Fifth Judicial Circuit of Alabama, 4 years; assistant vice president, 
Southern Railway System, 2 years; one of Alabama's "Four Outstanding Young Men," 
1961; married to the former Barbara Edwards, of Plant City, FL, March 10* 1977; elected 
to 89th Congress, November 3, 1964; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2406 Raybura House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0102 225-2901 

Administrative Assistant. Clay Swanzy. 

Chief Legislative Aide. William F. Stiers. 

Executive Assistant. Wendy Craine. 
301 Federal Court Building, 15 Lee Street, Montgomery, AL 36104 (205) 223-7292 

Field Representative. [Vacant.] 

Federal Building, 100 West Troy Street, Dothan, AL 36303 (205) 794-9680 

City Hall Building, Main Street, Opp, AL 36467 (205) 493-9253 



4 Congressional Directory ALABAMA 

Counties: Barbour, Bullock, Butler, Coffee, Conecuh, Covington, Crenshaw. Dale, Geneva. Henry, Hoimoa, Mom- 
^jSery, sad Pike (13 counties). Population (1980), 549,505. 

tee 36004 (oart) 36005, 36009-10, 36013 (part), 36015-17, 36027 (part). 36028, 36029 (part), 36030 
fa^6^M\3&34-n 36039 (paroTseMl^, 36043 (part)T 36046, 36047 (part), 36048-49, 
(part;, MUM tpary, ^wjwo, ^^-" VF-J *,-,,._ V*n*o i/yfti i*ft^A 7/^fti_-> S^AftO /^^ ct 



/'nartl ^filJ33 inflrtL 3OU34 ^o JOUJ: Ipanj, JUWTi ^A, i>WVTJ \,uoi t/, ^vrw^v, ^wv-r^ VL/B*/, jvnj-ro ty, JOU32 

3^53 (Dart) 3^ <^U6057^606i:S2V 36064-65, 36069, 360^71. 36076, 36081-82. 360B9 (oart), 36101-11, 
;Tn 36115-17 36120-21 36123, 36301-04, 36310-14, 36316-23, 36330-31. 36340, 36343-46, 36345-53, 36360-61 
36370^71 36373-76 36401 Srt) 36420 (part), 36426 (part), 36429, 36432 (part), 36442, 36453-55, 36456 (part), 
36467 364, 36471 (^,3^73-74, 36475>art), 36476^77, 36483 (part), 36502 (part), 36860 (part) ^>' 



THIRD DISTRICT 

GLEN BROWDER, Democrat, of Jacksonville, AL; born in Sumter, SC on January 
15, 1943; married to Sara Rebecca Browder; daughter: Jenny Rebecca; attended elemen- 
tary schools hi Sumter; graduated, Edmunds High School, Sumter, 1961; B.A., history, 
Presbyterian College, Clinton, SC, 1965; M.A., Ph.D., political science, Emory Universi- 
ty, Atlanta, GA, 1971; public relations assistant, Presbyterian College, 1965; sportswriter, 
Atlanta Journal, 1966; investigator, Civil Service Commission, Atlanta, GA, 1966-68; pro- 
fessor, political science, Jacksonville State University, Jacksonville, AL, 1971 -present (on 
leave of absence); elected, Alabama House of Representatives, 1982-86; elected Alabama 
Secretary of State, 1987-89; elected to the 101st Congress by special election, April 4, 
1989, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of William F. Nichols; reelected to the 102d 
Congress. 

Office Listings 

1221 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0103 225-3261 

Administrative Assistant. Ray Minter. 

Executive Assistant William Killough. 

Personal Secretary. Deborah McBride. 

Press Secretary. Marti Thomas. 

Federal Building, Anniston, AL 36202 (205) 236-5655 

Federal Building, Opelika, AL 36801 (205) 745^6222 

115 E. Northside Street, Tuskegee, AL 36083 " m .\" (205) 727-6490 



S&!& * 

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FOURTH DISTRICT 






on House 



ALABAMA 102d Congress 5 

Committee on Rules; 1984 and 1988 National Democratic Platform Committees; awards: 
Homebuilders Institute 1989 Policymaker of the Year; Southeastern Tourism Society Out- 
standing Legislator Award; Alabama Lions' Aubrey D. Green Award; University of Ala- 
bama School of Commerce and Business Administration Achievement in Government 
Award, 1989. 

Office Listings 

2302 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0104 225-4876 

Administrative Assistant. Donald R. Smith. 

Executive Secretary/Office Manager. Gayle Woody. 

Executive Assistant. Margaret Ann Corbett. 

Staff Assistant. Edd Nolen. 

1710 Alabama Avenue, Jasper, AL 35501 

600 Broad Street, Gadsden, AL 35901 

102-104 Federal Building, Cullman, AL 35055 



Counties: Blount, Cherokee, Cullman, De Kalb, Etowah, Fayette, Franklin, Lamar, Marion, Marshall, Pickens, 
Walker, and Winston. ST. CLAIR COUNTY. The northern part, also the southern boundary line (approximate) 
beginning at Argo on the Jeffsrson County line going south of Margaret, through Branchville and south of 
Odenville and Wattsville to the Cooaa River/Talladega County line. Population (1980), 586,150. 

ZIP Codes: 30161 (part), 30752 (part), 35004, 35013, 35019 (part), 35031, 35033, 35038, 35049, 35053-55, 35062 (part), 
35063 (part), 35070, 35077, 35079 (part), 35083, 35087 (part), 35097-98, 35112, 35120 (part), 35121, 35126 (part), 
35131, 35133, 35146 (part), 35148 (part), 35172 (part), 35173 (part), 35175 (part), 35179 (part), 35180 (part), 35442 
(part), 35447, 35461, 35464 (part), 35466, 35471, 35481, 35501, 35540 (part), 35541-45, 35546 (part), 35548-55, 

35559-60, 35563-65, 35570-81, 35582 (part), 35584-87, 35592-94, 35621 ' ' ' k 

35747, 35754 (part), 35755 f * ' ' ' " ' 

(part), 35950, 35952-54, 35! 
35983-84, 35986-90, 36272 (part), 36275 



0-81, 35582 (part), 35584-87, 35592-94, 35621 (part), 35622 (part), 35651, 35653 (part), 
15 (part), 35760 (part), 35765 (part), 35768 (part), 35776 (part), 35901. 35903-04, 35905 
35957, 35959-64, 35966 (part), 35967, 35971-76, 35978 (part), 35979 (part), 35980-81, 



FIFTH DISTRICT 

BUD CRAMER, Democrat, of Huntsville, AL; born in Huntsville, August 22, 1947, 
attended public schools in Madison County; graduated, Huntsville High School, 1965; 
B.A., University. of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, 1969; J.D., University of Alabama School of 
Law, Tuscaloosa, 1972; profession: attorney; instructor, University of Alabama School of 
Law, Tuscaloosa, director of clinical studies program, 1972-73; assistant district attorney, 
Madison County, AL, 1973-75; private law practice, Huntsville, AL, 1975-80; district at- 
torney, Madison County, Alabama, 1981-90; member: Alabama District Attorneys Asso- 
ciation; National District Attorneys Association; National Children's Advocacy Center, 
Huntsville Alabama (past president); National Center for Missing and Exploited Children 
(secretary); American Bar Association, 1975-present; State of Alabama Bar Association, 
1972-present; American Bar Association's National Legal Resource Center for Child Ad- 
vocacy and Protection;, awards and honors: received certificate of appreciation, presented 
by President Ronald Reagan, for outstanding dedication and commitment in promoting 
safety and well-being of children from the President's Child Safety Partnership, 1957; 
1986 recipient of the Vincent De Francis Award, presented by the American Humane 
Association; selected as National Public Citizen of the Year, 1984; Alabama District At- 
torneys Investigators Association, "District Attorney of the Year, 1986"; Methodist; wid- 
ower; on daughter: Hellan Cramer, 22; elected to the 102d Congress, November 6, 1990; 
member: Committee on Public Works and Transportation, Committee on Science, Space, 
and Technology, Select Committee on Children, Youth and Families. 

Office Listings 

1431 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0105 225-4801 

Administrative Assistant. Mike Alcock. 

Executive Assistant. Wendy Conrad. 

Legislative Assistants: Wendell Chambliss; John Hall. 
408 Franklin Street, Huntsville, AL 35801 (205) 551-0190 

District Coordinator. Lynne Hereford, 

Morgan County Courthouse, Box 668, Decatur, AL 35602 (205) 355-9400 

737 East Avalon Avenue, Muscle Shoals, AL 35661 (205) 3B1-345Q 



6 Congressional Directory ALABAMA 

Counties: Colbert, Jackson. Lauderdalc, Lawrence, Limestone, Madison, and Morgan (7 counties). Population (1980), 
549,802. 

TTP r*A**> W752 /narrt 35019 tout) 35087 (part), 35175 (part), 35179 (part), 35540 (part), 35582 (part), 35601-03 
^S3l ^56?5^ 35621 (piK^ 35622 (part)' 35630-31/35633, 35640, 35643, 35645-50, 3565?, 35653 (part) 
356042.' 35670^74' 35677 iSSU? 35744-46, 35748-52, 35754 (part), 35755 (part), 35758-59, 35760 (part 
3576^64 35%5^), $66-67,3576* (part), 35771-75, 35776 (part), 35801-16, 35896, 35958, 35965, 35966 (partX 
35978 (part), 35979 (part), 38449 (part) 



SIXTH DISTRICT 

BEN ERDREICH, Democrat, of Birmingham, AL; born in Birmingham, AL, Decem- 
ber 9, 1938; son of Corinne and the late Stanley Erdreich; attended Jefferson County 
public schools; graduated, Shades Valley High School, 1956; B.A., Yale University, 1960; 
J.D., University of Alabama School of Law, graduated with honors, 1963; editor-in-chief, 
Alabama Law Review; U.S, Army active duty service as first lieutenant, 1963-65; admit- 
ted to Alabama Bar, 1963; practiced law in Birmingham for 8 years; member: Alabama, 
Birmingham, and American Bar Associations; elected countywide to Alabama House of 
Representatives, 1970; elected as one of three Jefferson County commissioners, 1974; re- 
elected to a second 4-year term on the Commission, 1978; member of Temple Emanu-El 
in Birmingham; married to the former Ellen Cooper of Birmingham, 1965; two children: 
Jeremy C. and Anna B.; member: Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs, 
Committee on Government Operations, Select Committee on Aging; House caucus mem- 
berships: Congressional Steel Caucus, Congressional Competitiveness Caucus, Export- 
Import Task Force, Congressional Sunbelt Caucus; elected to the 98th Congress, Novem- 
ber 2, 19S2; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

439 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0106 ....................... 225-4921 

Administrative Assistant Judy A. Weuistein. 

Legislative Director. Bill O'Neil. 

Personal Secretary Ann Betenbaugh. 

Press Secretary. Peggy Wilhide. 
305 Vance Federal Building, Birmingham, AL 35203 ........................................... (205) 731-0956 



AdSV l le ' B^fjam (except Wylam), Brighton, Brookside, Cardiff, County Line, 
" 100 - 01 - 104 - 02 122-123.02T125, l3 




SEVENTH DISTRICT 






Commeroe Com- 



ALABAMA 102d Congress 

Office Listings 

1009 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0107 225^0175 

Administrative Assistant. Walter Braswell. 

Legislative Director. Kathy Smith. 

Office Manager.-Sandy Webster. (2Q5) 752 _ 3 578 

Federal Building, Room 204, Tuscaloosa, AL 35401 V > 

District Project Director. China Davidson. ^ 872-2684 

Federal Building, Selma, AL 36701 ;~ (2Q5) 42 5_5031 

103 Courthouse, Bessemer, AL 35020 



Counties: Bibb, ChUton, Choctaw, ^~^^ 2S?- 

JEFFERSON COUNTY (southern part) The northern boundary m^^^S^mr. Bluff Park, Dolomite, 
Fayette County boundary near Palos south "J^^gj? ^d Shelby County line near Acton. ST. CLAIR 
Hueytown, Mulga, and Pleasant Grove to the Je ^ ^^^^gj t Argo on the Jefferson County line 

SSWKWS 2S*SS5^^ w -^' to ** "- - 

Talladega County lines Population (1980), 404,518. 

, 35023 ,35034-35, ** * Snt W 



53 35456-60, 35462-63, 35464 (part), 35 ^^ 3 ^^J^J^J2J 7 ^Ml 3 SwO 36091 (part)', 36701-02, 36728 



g Congressional Directory ALASKA 

ALASKA 

(Population, 1980 census, 401,851) 

SENATORS 

TED STEVENS, Republican, of Girdwood, AK; born in Indianapolis, IN, November 
18, 1923; graduated UCLA, 1947; Harvard Law School 1950; served as first lieutenant 
(pilot), 14th Air Force in China, 1943-46; practiced law in Washington, DC, and Fair- 
banks, AK, 1950-53; U.S. attorney, Fairbanks, 1953-56; legislative counsel, U.S. Dept. of 
the Interior, 1956-57; assistant to the Secretary of the Interior (Fred Seaton), 1958-59; 
appointed solicitor of the Department of the Interior by President Eisenhower, I960; 
opened law office, Anchorage, Alaska 1961; elected to Alaska House of Representatives' 
1964-68; has served in U,S. Senate since December 24, 1968; assistant Republican Leader, 
1977-85; married Catherine Chandler of Anchorage, one daughter; five children with first 
wife Ann Cherrington (deceased, 1978); member American, Federal, California, Alaska, 
and District of Columbia Bar Associations; member: Rotary, American Legion, Veterans 
of Foreign Wars. 

Office Listings 

522 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-0201 224-3004 

Chief of Staff. Gregory F. Chapados. 

Legislative Director. Lisa Sutherland. 

Administrative Director, Carol M. White. 

Scheduling Director. DeLynn Henry. 

Press Secretary. Mitch Rose. 

222 West 7th Avenue, No. 2, Anchorage, AK 99513 (907) 271-5915 

Federal Building, Room 206, Box 4, 101 12th Avenue, Fairbanks, AK 997^1 ... (907) 456-0261 
Federal Building, Room 965, Box 020149, Juneau, AK 99802 (907) 586^7400 

JX S 1 ^ Bay Road ' Suite 350 ' Kenai AK 99611 - 907) 28^5808 

109 Main Street, Ketchikan, AK 99901 (907) 225 6880 



f F&irbanks ' AK > *> in Seattle > WA > 
P ublic schools; graduated, Ketchikan High 



Office Listings 
709 ~ ........................... 2,4^65 

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***> 222 W * Avenue. Box I, Anchor^, AK 99S13- 

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(907) 225^680 



ASKA 102d Congress 9 

REPRESENTATIVE 
AT LARGE 

DON YOUNG, Republican, of Fort Yukon, AK; born in Meridian, CA, on June 9, 
33; graduate of Chico State College, Chico, CA; elected member of the State house of 
presentatives, 1966-70; elected member of the State senate, 1970-73; served on the Fort 
ukon City Council for 6 years, serving 4 years as mayor; educator for 9 years; river 
>at captain; member: National Education Association, Elks, Lions, Jaycees; married 
ula Fredson of Fort Yukon; two children: Joni and Dawn; elected to the 93d Congress, 
a special election March 6, 1973, to fill the vacancy created by the death of Congress- 
an Nick Begich; reelected to each succeeding Congress; member: Interior and Insular 
ffairs, Vice Chairman: Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee, Subcommittee on 
isheries and Wildlife Conservation and the Environment; Vice Chairman, Post Office 
id Civil Service Committee, Subcommittee on Postal Personnel and Modernization. 

Office Listings 

331 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0201 225-5765 

Administrative Assistant. C.J. Zane. 

Press Secretary. Steve Hansen. 

Staff Director. Pamela Meyer. 

Executive Secretary. Nikki Steube. 

222 West Seventh Avenue No. 3, Room 200, Anchorage, AK 99513 (907) 271-5978 

101 12th Avenue, Box 10, Fairbanks, AK 99701 (907) 456-0210 

401 Federal Building, Box 1247, Juneau, AK 99802 (907) 586-7400 

109 Main Street, Ketchikan, AK 99902 (907) 225-6880 

Suite 260, 120 Trading Bay Road, Kenai, AK 99611 (907) 283-5808 



ZIP Codes: 99501-11, 99514-24, 99540, 99549-59, 99561, 99563-69, 99571-81, 99583-91, 99602-15, 99620-22, 99624- 
28, 99630-45, 99647-53, 99655-72, 99674-94, 99701-12, 99714, 99716, 99720-27, 99729-30, 99732-34, 99736-74, 
99776-86, 99788-89, 99791, 99801-02, 99820-21, 99824-27, 99829-30, 99832-33, 99835-36, 99840-41, 99901, 99903, 
99919, 99921-23, 99925-29 



Congressional Directory ARIZONA 

ARIZONA 

(Population, 1980 census, 2,717,866) 

SENATORS 

DECONCINI, Democrat, of Tucson, AZ; born in Tucson, May 8, 1937; at- 
rmKhr ^chnolk of Tucson and Phoenix; graduated, Tucson Senior High 
^vX^Ara^^^.^^^^S^ 1959 ' LL ' B " 1963 > admit & 
the baMn 196 Ta^d Commenced practice in Tucson; served in U.S. Army 1959-60; 
i^es 1960-67- served as special council to Arizona Governor, 1965; adminis- 
ves'to ^Governor 1965-67; Pima County (AZ) attorney, 1973-76; appointed 
admhus^I or; Arizona Drug Control District, 1975; member, numerous political, profes- 
s and fraternal organisations; member, Roman Cathohc Church; member: Appro- 
priations Committee and the Judiciary Committee; serves on Select Committee on Intelh- 
gence^ rnaTSed to the former Susan Hurley; three children: Demse Christine, and Patrick; 
fleeted to the U.S. Senate, November 2, 1976; reelected to the U.S. Senate November 2, 
1982, and November 8, 1988. 

Office Listings 

328 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-0302 , 224-4521 

Administrative Assistant. Gene Karp. -rr>r\ ->->* AO** 

Administrative Aide/Press Secretary. Bob Maynes. TDD: 224-6966 

Legislative Director. Mary Hawkins. 

323 West Roosevelt Building, C-100, Phoenix, AZ 85003-1366 (602) 379-6756 

State Director. Michael Crusa ,- *-,* ^^ 

2424 East Broadway, Tucson, AZ 85719 (602) 670-6831 

Suite 100, 40 N. Center Street, Mesa, AZ 85201 (602) 261-4998 



JOHN McCAIN, Republican, of Phoenix, AZ; born in Panama Canal Zone on August 
29, 1936; graduated Episcopal High School, Alexandria, VA, 1954; graduated, U.S* Naval 
Academy, Annapolis, MD, 1958; National War College, Washington, DC, 1973; retired 
Captain (pilot), U.S. Navy, 1958-81; military awards: Silver Star, Bronze Star, Legion of 
Merit, Purple Heart, and Distinguished Flying Cross; married to the former Cindy Hens- 
ley; six children: Doug, Andy, Sidney, Meghan, Jack, and Jim; elected on November 1, 
1982 to the U.S. House of Representatives; reelected to the 99th Congress in 1984; elect- 
ed to the U.S. Senate on November 4, 1986. 

Office Listings 

111 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-0303 224-2235 

Chief of Staff. Jim Weber. TDD: 224-7 1 32 

Press Secretary, Scott Celley. 

Personal Secretary. Diane McClellan, 

Office Manager. Debbie Paul. 

5353 North 16th Street, Phoenix, AZ 85016 (602) 640-2567 

151 North Centennial Way, Mesa, AZ 85201 (6O2) 835-8994 

Suite 170, 5151 East Broadway, Tucson, AZ 85711 , (602) 670-6334 



REPRESENTATIVES 



FIRST DISTRICT 



, of Mesa, AZ; born in Mesa, September 8, 1945; 
High; graduated, Landon School, Bethesda, MD, 1961; B,A., Yale 
J2fo ; J - D " Universitv of Arizona College of liw, Tucson, 



* o " , , 

S^ ic^l ^ m 19 ? f? 1 cofwenced practice in Mesa, AZ; captain, U.S. 
Vietnam, 1968-70; served, Mesa Board of Education, 1973-76, Central Arizona 
C^^SSS^S'S^^ 1983--86 Governors Executive Committee for Plan 6 and 
Central Arizona Project financing, 1986; member and president, Mesa Industrial Develop- 



ARIZONA 102d Congress 11 

ment Authority; past president, Mesa Chamber of Commerce; vice president-elect, Mesa 
Rotary Club; board member, Tri-City Community Service Center; cofounder, East 
Valley Charity Ball; vice president and drive chairman, Mesa United Way; member: Sal- 
vation Army, American Red Cross, Sunshine Acres Children Home, Arizona Academy, 
Mesa HoHoKams, East Valley Partnership; married to the former Ann Chase; four chil- 
dren: John, Taylor, Jeremy, and Arthur; elected to the 100th Congress on November 4, 
1986; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

326 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0301 225-2635 

Administrative Assistant. Jack Seum. FAX: 225-0935 

Executive Assistant. Marcia Summers. 

Legislative Director. Jim Huska. 

Press Secretary. Doug Cole. 
2345 South Alma School Road, Mesa, AZ 85210 (602) 831-6433 



Maricopa County: That part not contained in the Second, Third, and Fourth Districts Population (1980), 543,561. 

ZIP Codes: 85004 (part), 85006 (part), 85008 (part), 85010, 85014 (part), 85016 (part), 85018 (part), 85026, 85034 
(part), 85036, 85038, 85060, 85062, 85076, 85201-08, 85210, 85212-137 85217, 85220(part), 85224-27, 85234, 85236, 
85242, 85244, 85251 (part), 85257, 85271, 85278, 85281-84, 85290 

* * * 
SECOND DISTRICT 

MORRIS K. UDALL, Democrat, of Tucson, AZ; born in St. Johns, AZ, June 15, 
1922; son of Arizona Supreme Court Chief Justice Levi S. Udall and Louise Lee Udall; 
attended public schools of St. Johns; entered U.S. Army as private, 1942; discharged, 
1946, as captain in U.S. Air Force with service in Pacific Theater; J.D., University of 
Arizona, 1949 (president student body, 1947, co-captain of basketball team); played pro- 
fessional basketball with Denver Nuggets, 1948-49; portrait hung in Basketball Hall of 
Fame, 1980, honoring his year of professional basketball; county attorney, Pima County, 
1952-54; partner, law firm, Udall & Udall, 1949-61; vice president, Arizona State Bar As- 
sociation, 1961; president, Tucson YMCA, 1960; author, "Education of a Congressman,*' 
Bobbs-Merrill, 1972; coauthor, "The Job of the Congressman," Bobbs-Merrill, 1966; 
author, *Too Funny to be President," Henry Holt, 1988; author, "Arizona Law of Evi- 
dence," West Publishing Co., 1960; keynote speaker, Democratic National Convention, 
New York City, 1980; selected "Legislator of the Year" by the Congressional Fellows 
Association, 1980; selected "Conservationist of the Year" by the National Parks and Con- 
servation Association, 1980; father of six children; elected to 87th Congress, May 2, 1961; 
reelected to each subsequent Congress; chairman, House Committee on Interior and Insu- 
lar Affairs; ranking member of Post Office and Civil Service Committee; Office of Tech- 
nology Assessment; Foreign Affairs Committee. [NOTE: Mr. Udall resigned from the 
House on May 4, 1991.] 

Office Listings 

235 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0302 225-4065 

Administrative Assistant. Matt James. 

Press Secretary. Erik Earned:. 
373 South Meyer, Tucson, AZ 85701 , (602) 620-1355* 

District Representative. J. Dan O'Neill. 
522 West Roosevelt, Phoenix, AZ 85003 (602) 256-0551 

District Representative. Mary Montano. 

Maricopa County: Census tracts 1089-1094, 1099-1104, 1106, 1117-1124, 1125.02-1125.04, 1126-1132, 1140-1150, 
1154-1159, 1164, 1165, 1166.01, 1166.02, 1167.02-05, 6232, and 7233; census tract 1098, blocks 119, 121, 122, 125, 
126, 206-222, 301, 302, and 307-313; census tract 1105, blocks 118, 119, 204-207, 210-218, 301-312, 314, 403. 4O6, 
409, 410, 505-508, and 601-609; census tract 1153, blocks 201-204 and 207-209; census tract 1167.06, block 501 and 
enumeration district 1. PIMA COUNTY: That part not contained in the Fifth District. FINAL COUNTY; That part not 
contained in the Fourth and Fifth Districts. SANTA CRUZ COUNTY: That part not contained in the Fifth District. 
YUMA COUNTY: That part not contained in the Third District. Population (1980), 543,367. 

ZIP Code* 85001, 85003-05, 85006 (part), 85007, 85009, 85012, 85013 (part), 85015 (part), 85017 (part), 85019 (part), 
85030-31, 85034 (part), 85035, 85036, 85040 (part), 85041, 85043, 85044 (part), 85061, 85063785066-67, 85074, 



12 Congressional Directory ARIZONA 

85076 8522J 85239, 85270, 85272, 85283, 85321, 85336-37, 85339, 85341, 85349-50, 85352, 85356, 85364, 85365 
tort) 85366, 85601, 85621 (part), 85628, 85633-34, 85639, 85701-03, 85705 (part), 85706. 85709. 85713 (pan), 857U 
(part) 85716 (part) 85717,1^719 (part), 85720-21, 85725-26, 85733-36, #743 (part), 85745 (part), 85746 (part* 



THIRD DISTRICT 

BOB STUMP, Republican, of Tolleson, AZ; bora in Phoenix, AZ, April 4, 1927; grad- 
uated, Tolleson High School, 1947; B.S., agronomy, Arizona State University, 195J. 
cotton farmer; served in the U.S. Navy, 1943-46; served in Arizona House of Representa- 
tives, 4 terms, 1959-67; Arizona Senate, 5 terms, 1967-76, served as president ofArizona 
Senate, 1975-76; three children: Karen, Bob, and Bruce; elected to the 95th Congress, 
November 2, 1976; reelected to each succeeding Congress; member: Committees on 
Armed Services, and Veterans' Affairs. 

Office Listings 

211 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0303 225-4576 

Administrative Assistant. Lisa Jackson. FAX: 225-6328 

Appointment Secretary. Dolores Dunn. 
Federal Building, Room 2001, 230 North First Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85025 (602) 379-6923 

Supervisor Constituent Caseworker. Dorothy J. Munoz. FAX: (602) 27 1-06 11 

District Assistant. Arlene Y. Lassila. 



Counties: Coconino, La Paz, Mohave, and Yavapai. MARICOPA COUNTY: Northwest portion including t 
fhnge of Phoenu. CITIES: Avondale, Glendal Goodyear, Litchfield Park/Peona/Phocmx Sun Sty 
Wickenburg. and Youngtown. YUMA COUNTY: Northern half. Population (1980) 543 615 



FOURTH DISTRICT 
Office Listings 



ARIZONA 102d Congress 13 

ZIP Codes: 85011, 85013 (part), 85014 (part), 85016 (part), 85017 (part), 85018 ^^S^^^^w^?^ 
85027-28, 85029 (part), 85031 (part), 85032, 85046, 85051 (part), 85064, 85068-69, 85078, 85080 1 8 5235 85251 (part), 
85252-56, 85258^62. 85268-69, 85301 (part), 85308 (part), 85324, 85331, 85345 Cpart), 85377, 8S501-0 85530, 
85532, 85539, 85541-42, 85544-45, 85547, 85550, 85553-54, 85901 (part), 85911-12, 85923-24 85926 .85928-30, 
85933137, 85939-43, 86025, 86028-34, 86036, 86039, 86042-43, 86047, 86052, 86054, 86332 (part), 86502-12, 86514- 
15, 86535, 86538, 86540, 86544, 86549, 86556 



FIFTH DISTRICT 

JIM KOLBE, Republican, of Tucson, AZ; born in Evanston, IL, June 28, 1942; attend- 
ed Patagonia public schools; graduated, U.S. Capitol Page School, Washington, DC, 
1960; B.A., political science, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, 1965; M.B.A., eco- 
nomics, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, 1967; study abroad program, International 
School of America, 1962-63; served in U.S Navy, lieutenant, Vietnam, 1967-69; lieuten- 
ant commander, U.S. Naval Reserves (inactive); vice president, Wood Canyon Corp., 
Sonoita, AZ; consultant, real estate development and political affairs; Arizona State Sena- 
tor, 1977-82, served on Appropriations, Education, and Agriculture Committees, chair- 
man of Judiciary Committee; special assistant to Governor Ogilvie of Illinois, 1972-73; 
board of directors, Arizona Foundation for Children; Presidential appointment, Commis- 
sion on Presidential Scholars; director of operations, Vietnam Orphans Airlift, San Fran- 
cisco, 1975; member: Appropriations Committee; Budget Committee; married to Sarah 
Dinham; elected to the 99th Congress on November 6, 1984; reelected to each succeeding 
Congress. 

Office Listings 
410 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0305 225-2542 

Administrative Assistant. Rowdy Yeates. 

Office Manager/Scheduler. Jill Haddad 
Suite 112, 1661 North Swan, Tucson, AZ 85711 (602) 881-3588 

District Director. Patricia Klein. 

Special Assistant. Marylu Nunley. 
Suite B-160, 77 Calle Portal, Sierra Vista, AZ 85635 (602) 459-3115 



Counties: Cochise, Graham, and Greenlee. APACHE COUNTY (part). PIMA COUNTY: (part). FINAL COUNTY: (part). 
SANTA CRUZ COUNTY: (part). TUCSON CITY: (part). Population (1980), 543,775. 

ZIP Codes: 85219, 85220 (part), 85222-23, 85228, 85230-32, 85237, 85238 (part), 85241, 85245-46, 85273, |5291-92, 
8553^5533-36, 85540, 85543, 85546, 85548, 85551-52, 85602-03, 85605-11, 85613-27 85629 <j>art) 85630-32, 
85635^38, 8564ol41, 85643^5, 85652, 85653 (part), 85654, 85703 (part), 85704 85705 i (part), 85706 (part), 85707-8, 
85710, 85711 (part), 85712, 85713 (part), 85715, 85717-18, 85719 (part), 85730-33, 85735 (part), ,85736 (part), 85737- 
38 85740-41, 85743 (part) 85746 Opart), 85747-49, 85751, 85920, 85922, 85925, 85927, 85932, 85938 



14 Congressional Directory ARKANSAS 

ARKANSAS 

(Population, 1980 census, 2,313,435) 

SENATORS 

DALE BUMPERS, Democrat, of Charleston, AR; born in Charleston, August 12, 
1925- attended the public schools of Arkansas, University of Arkansas, Northwestern Uni- 
versity, J.D., degree, 1951; admitted to Arkansas Bar, 1952; served in U.S. Marine Corps, 
1943-46, staff sergeant; past president, Charleston Chamber of Commerce; past president: 
Charleston School Board, Franklin County Board of Education; past chairman: United 
Fund, Boy Scout Fund, and Cancer Fund; Governor of Arkansas, 1970-74; married to 
the former Betty Flanagan, 1949; three children: Brent, Bill, and Brooke; elected to the 
U.S. Senate, November 5, 1974, for the term ending January 3, 1981; reflected November 
4, 1980; reelected November 4, 1986. 

Office Listings 

229 Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-0401 224-4843 

Administrative Assistant. Mary E. Davis. 

Executive Secretary, Jo Nobles. 

Legislative Director. Paula Casey. 

Scheduler. Rosiland Smith. 

Press Secretary. Melissa Skolfield. 
2527 Federal Building, Little Rock, AR 72201 (501) 324-6286 



DAVID PRYOR, Democrat, of Little Rock, AR; born in Camden, AR, August 29, 
1934; attended the public schools; graduated from Camden High School, 1952: attended 
Henderson State University; B.A., University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 1957; LL.B. t Uni- 
versity of Arkansas School of Law, 1964; admitted to the Arkansas Bar in 1964 and com- 
menced practice in Camden, AR; lawyer; established the newspaper, Ouachita Citizen, in 
Camden, AR, 1957, and published it for 4 years; elected State representative of Ouachita 
County, 1960; reelected in 1962 and 1964; delegate, Democratic National Convention, 
1968-76; Presbyterian; Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity and Blue Key; Phi Alpha Delta 
Legal Fraternity; honorary member, Delta Theta Phi; married to the former Barbara 
IS^SSz. of Favettevme 1957 J ^^ children: David, Jr., Mark, and Scott; elected to the 
89th, 90th, 91st, and 92d Congresses; elected Governor of Arkansas, 1975-79; elected to 
the U.S. Senate, November 7, 1978, for the 6-year term beginning January 3, 1979; re- 
elected on November 6, 1934; reelected on November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

267 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-0402 224-2353 

Administrative Assistant. Don HarrelL 

Legislative Director. Edward Quick. 

Personal Secretary. Leslie Chalmers. 
3030 Federal Building, Little Rock, AR 72201 (501) 324-6336 

Office Director. Frank Thomas. V ; *-<wo 



REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT ' 

A i BILt i ALEXANDER, Democrat, of Osceola, AR; born Januarv 16 1934 son of W V 
^vSfJrii SpCll ? r BUC !S Ata-wfcn **rried to the foZe^Debi Drury?one child: 



ARKANSAS 102d Congress 15 

Bar Association, DC Bar Association, Tennessee Bar Association; admitted to practice 
before the U.S. Supreme Court; Episcopal Church Lay Reader; member: Kappa Sigma 
Fraternity, Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity; American Legion; Rotary Club (lifetime 
member); National Eagle Scout Association, Boston Marathon Association, Wilderness 
Society; member, American Farm Bureau; member, American Agriculture Movement; 
member, National Rifle Association; named to Who's Who in America; Who's Who in 
the South and Southwest; and Outstanding Civic Leaders of America, 1967; Organization 
of Chinese-Americans Man of the Year; Arkansas State Society of Washington, DC, 
1975-76; Daughters of the American Revolution Medal of Honor, 1976; National Rural 
Water Association Man of the Year, 1982; aquanaut, certified by National Oceanic & At- 
mospheric Administration; U.S. Navy diver; recipient, Diver Extraordinaire, Marine Insti- 
tute of Technology; board member, American Oceanic Organization, 197478; member, 
Cousteau Society; elected to 91st Congress, November 5, 1968; reelected to each succeed- 
ing Congress; member, Committee on Appropriations, 1975-present; member, Committee 
on Government Operations, 1971-74; chief deputy majority whip, 1980-86; deputy major- 
ity whip, 1977-80; assistant majority whip, 1973-76; chairman, Speaker's Commission on 
U.S. Capital Pages, 1982; member, The Speaker's Committee on Lebanon, 1983, and the 
Speaker's Committee on Grenada, 1983; member: President's Export Council; Presidential 
Emissary to Nicaragua, 1980; Executive Committee of Executive-Legislative Project, 
U.S. Alternative Fuels Council (1988-present), Council for Strategic and International 
Studies, 1983-85; National Alcohol Fuels Commission; Arkansas Waterways Commission; 
advisor, U.S. House of Representatives on Strategic Arms Limitation Treaty (1978-80); 
founder: Congressional Export Task Force; Mississippi Valley International Trade 
Center; Mid-South Energy Project; and National River Academy of Helena; cofounder, 
Congressional Footwear Caucus and Congressional Rural Caucus; delegate, Democratic 
National Convention, 1980 and 1984; cochairman, Credentials Committee, Democratic 
National Convention, 1984; member, Arkansas State Democratic Party. 

Office Listings 

233 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0401 225-4076 

Executive Assistant. Gary Johnson. FAX: 225-6182 

Executive Assistant/Office Manager. Julia R. Smith. 

Legislative Director. Dorothy L. Thomas. 

Press Secretary. Philip Launius. 

Federal Building, Room 211-A, Main Street, Jonesboro, AR 724O1 (501) 972-4600 

St. Francis County Court House, Room 3, Forrest City, AR 72335 (501) 633-5226 

P.O. Box 3848, Batesville, AR 72501 (501) 698-1761 



Counties; Arkansas, Clay, Cleburne, Craighead, Cnttenden, Cross, Fulton, Greene, Independence, Izard, Jackson, 
Lawrence, Lee, Mississippi, Monroe, Phillips, Poinsett, Prairie, Randolph, Sharp, St. Francis, Stone, Van Buren, 
and Woodruff (24 counties). Population (1980), 573,551. 

ZIP Codes: 63821 (part), 63935 (part), 65609 (part), 65692 (part), 72003, 72005-06, 72009, 72013-14, 72017, 72020 
(part), 72021, 72024 (part), 72026, 72027 (part), 72028-29, 72030 (part), 72031 toart), 72036, 72038, 72039 (part), 
72040-44, 72048, 72051, 72055, 72059, 72060 (part), 72064, 72066-67, 72069, 72071, 72073 (part), 72074-75, 72086 
(part), 72088, 72101, 72108, 72110 (part), 72112, 72121 (part), 72123, 72130, 72131 (part), 72134, 72137 (part), 
72140-41, 72153, 72160, 72165-66, 72169-70, 72176 (part), 72177, 72179, 72301, 72310-16, 72319-33, 72335, 72338- 
42, 72346-48, 72350 (part), 72351-55, 72358-60, 72364-70, 72372-74, 72376-78, 72381, 72383-87, 72389-92, 72394- 
97, 72401-03, 72410-177 72419, 72421-22, 72424-45, 72447, 72449-51, 72453-76, 72478-79, 72482, 72501, 72503, 
72510, 72512-13, 72515-18, 72519 (part), 72520-28, 72530, 72531 (part), 72532-34, 72536, 72538 (part), 72539-43, 
72546, 72549-50, 72553-57, 72559-62, 72564-67, 72568 (part), 72569, 72571-73, 72575-79, 72581, 72583-85, 72587- 
88, 72610 (part), 72629, 72645 (part), 72650 (part), 72658 (part), 72663, 72680 



SECOND DISTRICT 

RAY THORNTON, Democrat, of Little Rock, AR; born in Conway, AR, July 16, 
1928; graduated from Sheridan, AR, High School, 1945; B.A., international relations, 
Yale University, 1950; J.D., University of Arkansas School of Law, 1956; lieutenant, U.S. 
Navy, (active duty) 1951-54; private practice attorney, Little Rock, AR, 1956-70; deputy 
prosecuting attorney for Perry and Pulaski Counties, 1956-57; Arkansas attorney general, 
1971-73; directed the Ouchita Baptist University/Henderson State University Joint Edu- 
cational Consortium, Arkadelphia, AR, 1979-80; president, Arkansas State University, 
1980-84; president, University of Arkansas System, 1985-89; married to the former Betty 
Jo Mann; three daughters: Nancy Thornton, Mary Jo Thornton Hays, and Stephanie 
Thornton Holden; elected to the 93d Congress on November 7, 1972; reelected to the 



16 Congressional Directory ARKANSAS 

two succeeding Congresses; appointed to House Judiciary Committee during Watergate 
Hearings, Agriculture Committee, and Science and Technology Committee, and served as 
chairman, House Subcommittee on Science, Research, and Technology; reelected to the 
102d Congress on November 6, 1990; appointed to the Democratic Steering and Policy 
Committee, Government Operations Committee, and Science, Space, and Technology 
Committee, 

Office Listings 

1705 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0402 225-2506 

Staff Director. Ed Fry. 

Executive Assistant. Lauren Gaddy. 
1527 Federal Building, 700 West Capitol Avenue, Little Rock, AR 72201 (501) 324-5941 

Special Assistants: Vernon Marshall; Julie Speed. 



Counties: Conway, Faulkner, Lonoke, Perry, Pulaski, Saline, White, and Yell (8 counties). Population (1980), 569,116. 

ZIP Codes: 72001-02, 72007, 72010-12, 72015 (part), 72016, 72020 (part), 72022-23, 72024 (part), 72025, 72027 
72030 (part), 72031 (part), 72032, 72037, 72039 (part), 72045, 72046 (part), 72047, 72052-54, 72058, 72060 
72061, 72063 (part), 72065-68, 72070, 72072, 72076/72080-85, 72086 (pjrt), 72087 (part), 72102-03, 72106-07 



, 
72842 (part), 72853, 72857, 72860, 72867 



72156-59, 72164, 72167 (part), 72173, 72176 (part), 72178, 72180-81, 72183. 72200-12 7z2I4^-17 72219 77901' 

^^^gKasftss* ma *-* 72828 - 29 - 72833 - * *-* 7283s *-* 7jwi S 



THIRD DISTRICT 



HAMMERSCTMIDT. Republican, of Harrison, AR; born in Harrison, 
r^ comp ^ ^ T c 9 ndar y ^rt ^ Harrison; attended The Citadel 
MT' ?^ d ^ University of Arkansas; entered Army Air Corps in 
ST* Pfet.wnfr 3d Combat Cargo Group in China-Burmilndza theater: 
? tmguisned Flying Cross with three Oak Lea? Clusters, Air Med^ with four 
?"% ^ Ba le . Sta ^^ the <**** War Memorial Medal by The government 
fc S bc of c ^ Mentonous Service Medal; former president and chairman of 

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teftxi^^c&iMsp of .oo^S^^J^T^v^ 11 ! &*oowittee 1975-present; se- 
tbe&tadc jaeetiai^ betw^Mt T^^u^^k * Wov ^ mfe er 1977 mid-Ea^t talks, attending 
-adtiressittff HW. leTZft; irJ^^ J^ 1 r eaL .' r *^^_ M nus*eir Begin and Bevntia* PI-^;H.* c^* 



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President Sactot 
to survey the Viet- 



ARKANSAS 102d Congress 17 

Burma, about MIA's, Amerasian children, and reeducation camps; U.S. Delegate to Inter- 
parliamentary Union 72d Conference in Geneva, Switzerland 1984, and 74th Conference 
in Ottawa, Canada 1985. 

Office Listings 

2110 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0403 225-4301 

Administrative Assistant. Raymond T. Reid. FAX: 225-7492 

Executive Assistant. Pamela Wehner. 

Legislative Director. Randi Fredholm. 

Federal Building, Fayetteville, AR 72701 (501) 442-5258 

Federal Building, Harrison, AR 72601 (501) 741-6900 

Downtown Post Office Building, P.O. Box 1624, Fort Smith, AR 72701 (501) 782-7787 

District Assistant. Archie Lantz. 



Counties: Baxter, Benton, Boone, Carroll,_ Crawford, Franklin, Howard, Johnson, Logan, Madison, Marion, Mont- 
57937.' 



gomervi Newton, Polk:, Pope, Searcy, Sebastian, Sevier, Scott, and Washington (20 counties). Population' (1980), 
572,937. 



ZIP Codes: 65609 (part), 65655 (part), 71823, 71831 (part), 71832-33, 71841-42, 71846, 71851, 71852 (part), 71859 
(part), 71923 (part), 71932, 71934-35, 71937, 71943 (part), 71944-46, 71953, 71957, 71960-61, 71965-66, 71969-70, 
71971 (part), 71972-73, 72063 (part), 72110 (part), 72519 (part), 72531 (part), 72537, 72538 (part), 72544, 72601-02, 
72610 (part), 72611-13, 72615, 72616 (part), 72617-19, 72623-24, 72626-28, 72632-36, 72638-42, 72644 (part), 72645 
(part), 72648, 72650 (part), 72651, 72653, 72655-57, 72658 (part), 72659-62, 72666, 72668-70, 72672, 72675, 72677, 
72679, 72682-83, 72685-87, 72701-03, 72711-12, 72714, 72716-19, 72721-22, 72727-30, 72732^2, 72744-45, 72747, 
72749, 72751-53, 72756-57, 72760-61, 72764-65, 72767-70, 72773-76, 72801. 72820-23, 72826, 72827 (part), 72830, 
72832, 72834 (part), 72835, 72837, 72838 (part), 72839-40, 72841 (part), 72842 (part), 72843^7, 72851-52, 72854-56, 
72858, 72863, 72865, 72901-06, 72913-14, 72916-17, 72921, 72923-24, 72926-28, 72930, 72932-38, 72940-41, 72943- 
52, 72955-56, 72958-59 



FOURTH DISTRICT 

BERYL F. ANTHONY, JR., Democrat, of El Dorado, AR; born in El Dorado, AR, 
February 21, 1938; attended the public schools and graduated El Dorado High School, El 
Dorado, AR, 1956; B.S., B.A., University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, 1961, J.D., 1963; 
lawyer; assistant attorney general, 196465; deputy prosecuting attorney, Union County, 
AR, 1966-70; prosecuting attorney, 13th Judicial District, 1971-76; legal counsel, Antho- 
ny Forest Products Co., 1977; private practice of law, 1977; elected Representative 
Fourth Congressional District, 1978; admitted to the Arkansas Bar hi 1963 and com- 
menced practice in El Dorado, AR; president, Arkansas Prosecuting Attorneys Associa- 
tion, 1975; secretary, Arkansas Forestry Association, 1977; board of directors, Arkansas 
Forestry Association, 1977; board of directors and legal counsel, Union Fidelity Savings 
and Loan Association of El Dorado, AR, 1977; member: St. Alban's Episcopal Church, 
Washington, DC; Union County Bar Association; Arkansas Bar Association; American 
Bar Association; named hi Marqui's Who's Who in America, 1976-77; Outstanding Young 
Man Award, El Dorado Chapter Jaycees, 1973; member, National Commission on Agri- 
cultural Trade and Export Policy, 1984; chairman, Anthony Commission on Public Fi- 
nance; chairman, Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, 1987-90; member, 
Committee on Ways and Means; married to the former Sheila Foster of Hope, AR, 1962; 
two children: Alison Roark and Lauren Foster; elected to the 96th Congress, November 
7, 1978; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

1212 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0404 225-3772 

Personal Secretary. Carol G. Kiernan. 
206 Federal Building, El Dorado, AR 71730 (501) 863-0121 

District Coordinator, Linda Sweeney. 

Room 2521, 100 East 8th Avenue, Pine Bluff, AR 71601 (501) 536-3376 

201 Federal Building, Hot Springs, AR 71901 (501) 624-1011 



Counties Ashley, Bradley, Calhoun, Chicot, Clark, Cleveland, Columbia, Dallas, Desna, Drew, Garland, Grant, 
Hempstead, Hot Spring, Jefferson, Lafayette, Lincoln, Little River, Miller, Nevada, Ouachita, Pike, and Union (23 
counties). Population (1980), 570,831. 



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CALIFORNIA 102d Congress 19 

CALIFORNIA 

(Population, 1990 census, 29,950,000) 

SENATORS 

ALAN CRANSTON, Democrat, of Los Angeles; born in Palo Alto, CA, on June 19, 
1914, son of William and Carol Cranston; reared in Los Altos, CA; attended Mt. View 
Union High School in Los Altos, Pomona College and University of Mexico; graduated 
from Stanford University, 1936; International News Service, covering England, Germany, 
Italy, and Ethiopia, 1937-38; returned to the United States and continued writing, 1939; 
chief, foreign language division, Office of War Information, 1940-44; enlisted in the U.S. 
Army, 1944, and served until the conclusion of World War II; national president, United 
World Federalists, seeking to strengthen the United Nations, 1949-52; wrote "Killing of 
Peace," rated by the New York Times as 1 of 10 best books published in 1945; founded 
and served as the first president of the California Democratic Council, 1953-57; elected 
first Democratic controller of California in 72 years, 1958; reflected in 1962; two sons: 
Rob (deceased), and Kim; his business career has been in land investment and home con- 
struction; elected to the U.S. Senate, November 5, 1968, reelected November 5, 1974, No- 
vember 4, 1980, and November 4, 1986; member: Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs; 
Foreign Relations and Intelligence; chairman: Veterans' Affairs Committees; elected 
Senate Democratic whip (assistant Democratic leader) in 1977, 1979, 1981, 1983, 1985, 
1987, and again in 1989. 

Office Listings 

112 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-0501 224-3553 

Chief of Staff. Roy Greenaway. 

Personal Secretary. Mary Lou McNeely. 

Press Secretary. Murray Flander. 
Suite 980, 1390 Market Street, San Francisco, CA 94102 (415) 556-8440 

State Director. Jadine Nielson. 

Suite 515, 5757 West Century Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90045 (213) 215-2186 

Suite 5-S-31, 880 Front Street, San Diego, CA 92188 (619) 293-5014 



JOHN SEYMOUR, Republican, of Anaheim, CA; born in Chicago, IL, on December 
3, 1937; graduated Mt. Lebanon High School, Mt. Lebanon, PA, 1955; B.A., Finance and 
Real Estate, University of California at Los Angeles, 1962; served in U.S. Marine Corps, 
1955-59; realtor, 1962-82; elected to the Anaheim, CA, city council, 1974-78; elected to 
the California Senate, 1982-88; member: Anaheim Board of Realtors, 1969-present; Cali- 
fornia Association of Realtors (president in 1980); awards: California School Boards Asso- 
ciation, Legislator of the Year (1988); Jewish Public Affairs Committee Legislator of the 
Year (1988); Univerisity of California Student Association Senator of the Year (1988); 
California Collaboration for Youth Legislator of the Year (1986); appointed to the U.S. 
Senate on January 10, 1991 by the Governor to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation 
of Senator Pete Wilson; appointed to the Committee on Agriculture and the Committee 
on Energy and Natural Resources. 

Office Listings 

367 Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-0503 224-3841 

Administrative Assistant. Mike Wooton. 

Chief of Staff. Bill Cranham. 

Executive Assistant/Office Manager. Bobbie Dono. 

Legislative Director. Terri Delgadillo. 

Press Secretary. H.D. Palmer. 

Suite 2209, 401 B Street, San Diego, CA 921O1 (619) 557-5257 

Suite 1068, 2400 East Katella Avenue, Anaheim, CA 92806 (714) 634-2331 

Suite 915, lllll Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90025 , (213) 575-6765 

Suite 4015, 1130 O Street, Fresno, CA 93721 (209) 487-5727 

Suite 908, 1121 L Street, Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 557-2733 

Suite 400, 250 Sutter Street, San Francisco, CA 94108 (415) 556-4307 



20 Congressional Directory CALIFORNIA 

REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 

FRANK RIGGS, Rupublican, of Santa Rosa, CA; attended Saint Mary's College, 
^KAJNK i^wo, JXUP Maryland, European Division; B.A., administration 

^ C *' 198 ; er /P resid ^' DuncaS 

rfsStaRa; vice president and general manager, Veale Investment Proper- 
ot banta .Kosa, Sono ^ a National Bank, Santa Rose; police officer, cities of 
H^bSrft 1976-83; former deputy sheriff, Sonoma County Sheriffs 
STS^rtSator, 1972-75; honorably discharged specialist 4th Class, 
mtee, State Job Training Coordinating Council, 1985; member, Gover- 
rfs for Employment of Disabled Persons; Northern Sonoma chairman, 
United^^of the North Bay, 1989; member, Habitat for Humanity of Sonoma County; 
sewed on Wmdsor Union School District board of trustees; served as director of govern- 
meTaffa\rT Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce, 1984-86; little, league coach and spon- 
s^r vfce chakman, Sonoma County Republican Central Committee, 1982-85; president, 
North SonomaCounty Republican Club, 1987-88; county co-chairman, Reagan-Bush Re- 
election Campaign, 1984; married to Cathy Riggs, also a former police officer; three cM. 
dren: RyanTMatthew, and Sarah Anne; elected to the 102d Congress on November 6, 
1990. 

Office Listings 

1517 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0501 225-3311 

Administrative Assistant. Jeff Fedorchek. 

Press Secretary/Legislative Director. Steve AppeU 

Scheduler. Shelley Tantau. 

Suite 329?Federal Building, 777 Sonoma Avenue, Santa Rosa, CA 95404 (707) 576-1466 

708 4th Street, Eureka, CA 95501 (707) 445-2055 



Counties: Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, and Mendocino. NAFA COUNTY (part)- Primarily Nmpa City tnd one-half of 
Yountville City. SONOMA COUNTY: All except the cities of CoUti, Petalum*, and Sanom*. Population (1980), 
526,014. 

ZIP Codes: 94558 (part), 94559, 94581, 94589 (part), 94590 (part), 94922 (part), 94925 (part), 94928, 94960 (art 
"U, 95411 (part), 954K21. 95422 &rt), 9 542 3 -C 9543 2, wgj-37, 95439, 93440 



94972, 95401-07, 95409-10, 95411 (part), 95412-21, 9342Z (part), *><w.}-.v, Y>*.J*, ww-a/, *7 '^T^iErS? 
9544lU6, 95448-56, 95457 (part), 95458-60, 95461 (part), 95462-72, 95476 (part), 954S -??v?5 4 $h?S' JXfrS 
95492-94! 95497, 95501-02, 95521, 95524-25, 95526 (part), 95528, 95531, 95534, 95536-38, 95540, 95543, 95545-51, 
95553-56, 95558-60, 95562, 95564-65, 95567-71, 95573, 96050 



SECOND DISTRICT 

WALLY HERGER, Republican, of Rio Oso, CA; born in Suiter County, CA, May 
20, 1945; attended Sutter County Public Schools; graduated East Nicolaus High School; 
attended California State University, Sacramento, CA; cattle rancher; president and 
owner of propane gas company; member, East Nicolaus High School Board of Trustees, 
1977-80; California State Assemblyman, 1980-86; member, National Federation of Inde- 
pendent Businessmen, Sutter County Taxpayers Association, Yuba-Sutter Farm Bureau, 
California Cattlemen's Association, California Chamber of Commerce, Big Brothers/Big 
Sisters Board of Directors, South Yuba Rotary Club; married to the former Pamela Sar- 
gent; eight children; elected to the 100th Congress, November 4, 1986; reelected to each 
succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

1108 Longworth House Office BuUding, Washington, DC 20515-0502 225-3076 

Administrative Assistant. John P. Magill. 

Legislative Director/Press Secretary. Roger Mahan. 

Personal Secretary. Pamela Mattox. 
Suite B, 20 Declaration Drive, Chico, CA 95926 , (916) 893-8363 

District Director. Fran Peace. 

Suite 410, 2400 Washington Avenue, Redding, CA 96001 (916) 241-9568 

Suite 10, 951 Live Oak Boulevard, Yuba City, CA 95991 (916) 673-7182 



CALIFORNIA 102d Congress 21 

Counties: Butte, Colusa, Glenn, Shasta, Siskiyou, Sutter, Tehoma, Trinity, and Yuba. LAKE COUNTY. Enumeration 
districts 102 and 116-118. NAPA COUNTY: That part not contained in the First District. NEVADA COUNTY: Census 
tracts 4 and 9 (enumeration districts 0568 and 0569). Population (1980), 526,015. 

ZIP Codes: 94508, 94515, 94558 (part), 94562, 94567, 94573-74, 94576, 94588, 94599, 95411 (part), 95422 (part), 95440 
(part), 95457 (part), 95461 (part), 95495, 95526 (part), 95527, 95552, 95563, 95622, 95626 (part), 95645 (part), 95659, 
95668, 95674, 95676, 95692, 95901, 95903, 95912 (part), 95913-14, 95916-20, 95922 (part), 95925-28, 95930-32, 
95935, 95938-43, 95946, 95948, 95950-51, 95953-55, 95957-58, 95960 (part), 95961-63, 95965-70, 95972-75, 95977 
(part), 95978-79, 95981 (part), 95982, 95987-88, 95991-92, 96001-O3, 96007-08, 96010-11, 96013-14, 96016-17, 
96019, 96021-25, 96027-29, 96031-35, 96037-42, 96044-49, 96051-52, 96055, 96057-59, 96061-65, 96067, 96068 
(part), 96069-71, 96073-76, 96078-80, 96084-97, 96099 



THIRD DISTRICT 

ROBERT T. MATSUI, Democrat, of Sacramento, CA; born in Sacramento, CA, Sep- 
tember 17, 1941; attended the public schools; graduated, C.K. McClatchy High School, 
1959; A.B., University of California, Berkeley, 1963; J.D., Hastings College of Law, Uni- 
versity of California, 1966; admitted to the California Bar in 1967 and commenced prac- 
tice in Sacramento; Sacramento City Council, District 8, 1971-75; reelected, 1975-78; 
chairman, budget-finance committee, 1976-78; vice mayor, 1977; chairman, law and legis- 
lative committee, 1978; chairman, U.S. Congressman John E. Moss reelection campaign 
committee; member, California Democratic Central Committee, 1973-78; president, 
Active 20-30 Club, 1972; vice president, Sacramento Safety Council; board member, 
United Crusade and Sacramento Rotary Club; officer and director, Sacramento Metropol- 
itan Chamber of Commerce; Jaycee Young Man of the Year, 1973; married to the former 
Doris K. Okada, 1966; one child, Brian Robert; elected to the 96th Congress, November 
7, 1978; reelected to each succeeding Congress; member, Ways and Means Committee. 

Office Listings 

2353 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0503 225-7163 

Administrative Assistant. Neil Dhillon. FAX: 225-0566 

Press Secretary. Tom Keaney. 

Executive Assistant. Shirley Queja. 
8058 Federal Building, 650 Capitol Mall, Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 551-2846 

District Director. Collette Johnson/Shulke. 



City of Sacramento. Sacramento County: That part not contained in the Fourth District. Population (1980), 525,784. 

ZIP Codes: 9S223 (part). 95608-09, 95610 (part), 95621 (part), 95624 (part), 95628, 95630 (part), 95655, 95662 (part), 
95670, 95683, 95693 (part), 95800 (part), 95801-12, 95814, 95816-20, 95821 (part), 95822-24, 95825 (part), 95826-32, 
95838 (part). 95841 (part), 95842, 95860, 95864-66 



FOURTH DISTRICT 

VIC FAZIO, Democrat, of West Sacramento, CA; born in Winchester, MA, October 
11, 1942; attended the public schools of New Jersey; B.A., Union College, Schenectady, 
NY, 1965; graduate work in public administration, California State University, Sacramen- 
to, CA; Coro Foundation Fellow; congressional and legislative consultant, 1966-75; 
member, California State Assembly, 1975-78; former director, Assembly majority staff; 
former assistant to the speaker of the Assembly; former member; Sacramento County 
Charter Commission, Sacramento County Planning Commission, and National Conference 
of State Legislatures; former vice president, Planning and Conservation League; co- 
founder, California Journal magazine; member: UNICO, Air Force Association, Navy 
League, Democratic State Central Committee; married to the former Judy Kern; four 
children: Dana, Anne, Kevin, and Kristie; elected to the 96th Congress, November 7, 
1978; reelected to each succeeding Congress; committee assignments: Appropriations, 
chairman, Subcommittee on Legislative Branch; member; Democratic Steering and Policy 
Committee; member, Select Committee on Hunger; majority whip at large; vice chair, 
Democratic Caucus; chairman, Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. 



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Office Listings 

2113 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0504 225-5716 

Chief of Staff. Sandra Stuart. FAX. 225-0354 

Legislative Director. Roger Gwinn. 

Executive Assistant Vicki Baird. 
Suite 330, 2525 Natomas Park Drive, Sacramento, CA 95833 (916) 978-4381 

District Director. Richard Hams. 
844-B Union Avenue, Fail-field, CA 94533 (707) 426-4333 



Yolo County. Sacramento County: Northern and southern portions, including the communities of Citrus Heights, 
Courtland, Del Paso Heights, Elverta, Folsom, Freeport, Gait, Herald, Hood, Isleton, Locke, North Highlands, 
Orangevale, Rio Linda, Walnut Grove, Wilton, and northern portions of the city of Sacramento SOLANO COUNTY: 
All except for the city of Vallejo. Population (1980), 525,869. 

ZIP Codes: 94510, 94512, 94533, 94535, 94571, 94585, 94587 (part), 94589 (part), 94590 (part), 94591 (part), 95605-07, 
95610 (part), 95611-12, 95615-18, 95620, 95621 (part), 95624 (part), 95625, 95626 (part), 95627, 95630 (part), 95632 
(part), 95637-39, 95641 (part), 95645 (part), 95652-53, 95660. 95662 (part), 95671, 95673, 95679-80, 95688, 95690 
(part), 95691, 95693 (part),95694-98, 95800 (part), 95813, 95815, 95821 (part), 95825 (part), 95833-37, 95838 (part), 
95841 (part), 95851-53, 95912 (part), 95937 



FIFTH DISTRICT 

NANCY PELOSI, Democrat, of San Francisco, CA; born in Baltimore, MD, March 
26, 1940; daughter of Representative Thomas D'Alesandro, Jr.; attended the Institute of 
Notre Dame Grammar School, Baltimore, 1954; graduated, Institute of Notre Dame High 
School, 1958; B.A., Trinity College, W^m'rig 1011 * DC (major, Political Science; minor, 
history), 1962; northern chair, California Democratic Party, 1977-81; State chair, Califor- 
nia Democratic Party, 1981-83; chairman, 1984 Democratic National Convention Host 
Committee; finance chair, Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, 1985-86; 
member: Democratic National Committee; California Democratic Party Executive Com- 
mittee; San Francisco Library Commission; Board of Trustees, LSB Leakey Foundation; 
married to Paul F. Pelosi, 1963; five children: Nancy Corinne, Christine, Jacqueline, Paul, 
Jr., and Alexandra; elected by special election, June 2, 1987, to the 100th Congress to fill 
the vacancy caused by the death of Sala Burton; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 



Office Listings 

C 20515-0505 

FAX: 225-8259 



1005 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0505 225-4965 

Administrative Assistant. Judith K. Lemons. 



Legislative Director. Carolyn Bartholomew. 

Room 13407, 450 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94102 , (415) 556-4862 

District Representative. Michael Yaki. 



City and County of San Francisco: That part not contamcd in the Sixth District. Population (1980), 525,923. 



SIXTH DISTRICT 

K B 9 XEI V R^S rat> of Gre enbrae, CA; born in Brooklyn, NY., Novem- 

ber 11, 1940; graduated, 1962, Brooklyn College, B.A., major in economics; stockbroker 
and economic researcher with securities firms on Wall Street, 1962-65- journalist and as- 
sociate editor, Pacific Sun newspaper, won two major press awards for in depth analyti- 
7* SEE? 1 * 2 2 A con g ressiona l ^de F^ Congressional District, California, 1914- 
76; elected member, Mann County Board of Supervisors, 1976-82; first woman president, 

SS^iSSW 5S?l? f S ? ervisoi *> 198 - 81; ^rector/Bay Arek Ak o58r Kage- 
ment District, 1977-82; chairman, BAAQMD, 1979-81; director, Golden Gate Bridge, 

^^^lo^/'^ ^^ 19 7S; 82 > ^ tocr of Co^* QiieqpSi GoterSnlni 
Award, 1980; founding member of Mann Education Corps, Marin National Women's Po- 



CALIFORNIA 



Congress 23 



litical Caucus, Marin Community Video; member of various boards of directors and advi- 
sory boards for civic, cultural, and educational organizations; member, Armed Services 
Committee; Government Operations Committee; Select Committee on Children, Youth 
and Families; married to Stewart Boxer, 1962; two adult children: Doug and Nicole; 
elected on November 2, 1982 to the 98th Congress; reelected to each succeeding Con- 



Office Listings 

307 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0506 225-5161 

Administrative Assistant, Andrew C. Littmen. 
Suite 300, 3301 Kerner Boulevard, San Rafael, CA 94901 (415) 457-7272 

Chief of Staff. Sam Chapman. ' 
450 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94102 (415) 626-6943 



Marin County. Solano County. City of Vallejo SONOMA COUNTY- Southern part, including cities of Cotati, Petaluma, 
and Sonoma. CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO- Northwestern part, including the neighborhoods of Haight, Richmond, and 
Western addition Population (1980), 525,984. 

ZIP Codes: 94100 (part), 94104, 94109 (part), 94114 (part), 94115 (part), 94117 (part), 94118, 94121, 94129, 94159, 
94589 (part), 94590 (part), 94591 (part), 94592, 94901, 94903-04, 94911-15, 94920, 94922 (part), 94923 (part), 94924- 
25, 94929-30, 94933,94937-42, 94945-53, 94956-57, 94960 (part), 94963-66, 94970-71, 94973, 94975, 95431, 95433, 
95476 (part), 95487 



SEVENTH DISTRICT 

GEORGE MILLER, Democrat, of Martinez, CA; born in Richmond, CA, May 17, 
1945; attended Martinez public schools; Diablo Valley College; graduated, 1968, San 
Francisco State College; J.D., 1972, University of California at Davis School of Law; 
member: California State Bar, Davis Law School Alumni Association; served 5 years as 
legislative aide to Senate majority leader, California State Legislature; past chairman and 
member of Contra Costa County Democratic Central Committee; past president of Marti- 
nez Democratic Club; married to the former Cynthia Caccavo, of Martinez; two children: 
George and Stephen; committees: Interior and Insular Affairs, chairman, Subcommittee 
on Water and Power; chairman, Select Committee on Children, Youth and Families,- and 
Education and Labor; elected to the 94th Congress, November 5, 1974; reelected to each 
succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2228 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 2Q315-OS07 225-2095 

Administrative Assistant. John A. Lawrence. 

Personal Secretary. Sylvia Arthur. 

Press Secretary. Daniel Weiss. 
Room 14, 367 Civic Drive, Pleasant Hill, CA 94523 (415) 687-3260 

District Administrator. Mary Lansing. 
Room 281, 3220 Blume Drive, Richmond, CA. 94806 (415) 222-4212 



Contra Costa County; Cities of Antioch, Bethel Island, Brentwood, Concord, Crockett, El Sobrante, Martinez, 
Oakley, Pacheco, Pinole, Pittsburg, Pleasant Hill, Port Costa, Richmond, Rodeo, San PaWo, Walnut Creek, and 
West Pittsburg, and parts of Alamo, Danville, and San Ramon. Population (198O), 526,191. 

ZIP Codes: 94507 (part), 94509, 94511. 94513-14, 94517-25, 94526 (part), ^27-28, W547-4J [94550 (part), 94553, 
94561, 94564-65, 94566 (part), 94569, 94572, 94583 (part), 94593-94, 94595 (part), 94596-98, 94800-08 



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EIGHTH DISTRICT 

RONALD V. DELLUMS, Democrat, of Oakland, CA; born in Oakland, CA, Novem- 
ber 24, 1935; educated at McClymonds High School and Oakland Technical High 
School; Oakland City College, A.A., 1958; San Francisco State College, B.A., 1960; Uni- 
versity of California, M.S.W., 1962; honorary doctor of law, Wilberforce University, 
1975; served in U.S. Marine Corps, 2 years active duty, honorable discharge; member, 
Berkeley City Council, 1967-71; psychiatric social worker, Department of Mental Hy- 
giene, 1962-64; program director, Bay view Community Center, 1964-65; associate direc- 
tor, then director, Hunters Point Youth Opportunity Center, 1965-66; planning consult- 
ant, Bay Area Social Planning Council, 1966-67; director, Concentrated Employment 
Program, San Francisco Economic Opportunity Council, 1967-68; senior consultant, 
Social Dynamics, Inc. (specializing in manpower programs)* 196S-70; part-time lecturer, 
San Francisco State College, University of California, and Berkeley Graduate School of 
Social Welfare; married Leola (Roscoe) Higgs; three children; elected to the 92d Con- 
gress November 3, 1970; reelected to each succeeding Congress, 

Office Listings 

2136 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0508 225-2661 

Administrative Assistant. Carlottia A.W. Scott. FAX: 225-9817 

Special Counsel. Robert B. Brauer. 
Suite 105, 201 13th Street, Oakland, CA 94617 (415) 76^0370 

District Administrator. Donald R. Hopkins. 

District Counsel. H. Lee Halterman. 

Suite 6, 1720 Oregon Street, Berkeley, CA 94703 (415) 548-7767 

Suite 160, 3732 Mount Diablo Boulevard, Lafayette, CA 94549 (415) 283-8125 



Alameda County: Cities of Albany, Berkeley, Emeryville, Kensington, Piedmont. ml Oakland <p*rt). CONTRA COSTA 
Cownrv: El Cerrito, Lafayette, Moraga, Onnda, San Ramon. Alamo (part), and Dublin (part). Population (1980), 



94516 ' 94526 <P art >' 94530 ' W549 P* rt > MS56, 94563, 94570. 94575, 94583 (part). 94601 

- 18 ' * 4619 (p * rt) ' ^ 94621 



NINTH DISTRICT 

E ^ ST ^?? f D *"? ocrat ' of Oakland, CA, born in Milwaukee, WI, No- 
; graduated from Wauwatosa, WI, High School, 1949; Massachusetts In- 
?v I <r^&lP- S J i 9 i?U U 5i versit y of California, Berkeley, M.B.A., 1960; East 
Bay Skills Center Oakland, G.E.D. (honorary), 1972; served in U.S. Air Force, 1955-57, 
captain; banker, founder, and president, Security National Bank, Walnut Creek, CA, 
^l <* lifornia Democratic Council; chairman, board of trustees, Starr King 
Ministry, Berkeley; trustee, Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley; spon: 
Call C a ^ncan Civil Liberties Union; director, Common Cause 1^71- 
; Jeffrey Peter, Beatrice Ann, Thekla Brumder, and Sarah Gallun: mar- 
d t0 93d C ngreSS ' November 7, 1972; rented to each 



Office Listings 

239 Cannon House Office Bmlding, Washington, DC 20515-0509 . 21S-SO6S 

Administrative Assistant. William K. Vauiwn. '** H|:W ..................... " 225-3Q65 

Fersonal Assistant. Ella M, Muraphard. ^^ 
Press Assistant. Perry R. Plumart 



26 Congressional Directory CALIFORNIA 

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TWELFTH DISTRICT 




Professor; Stanford University C^ 1983-88; 

cofounder, California Legal Reform Project; member: Committees on the Judiciary; Sca- 
ence Space, and Technology; and Banking; married to the former Susanne Martin; elect- 
ed on November 8, 1988, to the 101st Congress; reelected to the 102d Congress. 

Office Listings 
313 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0512 

Chief of Staff. Karin Miranda. FAX - 

Legislative Director. Tom Gann. 

Executive Assistant. Lisa Schmidt. 
Suite 105, 599 North Mathilda, Sunnyvale, CA 94086 (415) 321-9154 

District Manager.-Jim Cunneen. (JOB) 245-4835 

1 Civic Center Drive, Scotts Valley, CA 95066...... (408) 438-7985 

Suite D, 7415 Eigleberry Street, Gilroy, CA 95020 (408) 848-5101 



SANTA CLMRA GDUNTY: All ex<*pt the cities of Campbell, Los Gatos, Milpitas San Jose and Santa Clara, SANTA 
Ciiuz COUNTY. The northern portion, including Ben Lomond, Boulder Creek, Corralitos <part), Felton (part), and 
Scotts Valley (part). Population (1980), 525,964. 



95071, 95073795113 (part), 95120 (part), 95121 (part), 95135, 95140-41 



THIRTEENTH DISTRICT 

NORMAN Y, MINETA, Democrat, of San Jose, CA; born in San Jose, November 12, 
1931; attended public schools in San Jose; B.S., business administration, University of 
California, Berkeley, CA, 1953; served in the U.S. Army, 1953-56; member : San Jose 
Human Relations Commission; San Jose Housing Authority; San Jose councilman, 1967- 
71; Japanese- American Citizens League; San Jose Chamber of Commerce; vice mayor, 
1968-71; mayor, 1971-74; board of directors, Santa Clara County Boy Scout Council; 
two children: David and Stuart; elected to the 94th Congress, November 5, 1974; reelect- 
ed to each succeeding Congress; committee assignments: Public Works and Transporta- 
tion; chairman, Subcommittee on Surface Transportation; Committee on Science, Space, 
and Technology; appointed deputy whip at large, 97th Congress; member: board of re- 
gents, Smithsonian, 1979; board of regents, Santa Clara University; board of directors, 
Technology Center of Silicon Valley, 

Office Listings 

2350 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington/DC 20515-0513 225-2631 

Executive Assistant/Office Manager. Diane D. Evans. 

Legislative Director. Suzanne Sullivan. 

Press Secretary. Eric K. Federing. 

Staff Director. Timothy L. Newell. 
Suite 310, 1245 South Winchester Boulevard, San Jose, CA 95128 (408) 984-6045 

Chief of Staff, John Flaherty, 



CALIFORNIA 102d Congress 27 



ZIP Codes: 95008 (part), 95009, 95014 (part), 95023 (part), 95030 (part), 95031, 95032 (part) 95050-55 95070 ( 
? 51 ?'a 9 V, 1 o l fiPSfci 5 } 17 ' J^p^JPA 1 ?' 9 512<> (part), 95121 (^ 9SL^^25(^ 95126, 
(part), 95129-30, 95136 (part), 95138-39, 95148 (part), 95150, 95153-54, 95157-58, 95160, 95170-71 



FOURTEENTH DISTRICT 

JOHN T. DOOLITTLE, Republican, of northern California; born in Glendale, CA, 
October 30, 1950; attended Rio Vista Elementary School and Colfax Elementary School 
in North Hollywood, CA; Walter Reed Junior High School, North Hollywood, CA; 
graduated Cupertino High School, Cupertino, CA, 1968; University of California at Santa 
Cruz, 1972; University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, 1978; lawyer; member: 
State Bar of California; elected to the California State Senate, 1980; reelected 1984 and 
1988; served as chairman of the Senate Republican Caucus, May 1987-April 1990; mar- 
ried to the former Julia Harlow, 1979; one child: John, Jr., 1979; elected to the 102d Con- 
gress, November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

1223 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0514 .............. 225-2511 

Administrative Assistant. David Lopez. FAX: 225-5444 

Executive Assistant. Martha Franco. 
District Coordinator. Lance W. Hastings. 



Legislative Director. Tracey E. Smith. 
. 260, 1624 



Ste. 260, 1624 Santa Clara Drive, Roseville, CA 95661 ......................................... (916) 786-5560 

FAX: 786-5444 



Counties: Alpine, Amador, El Dorado, Lassen, Modoc, Placer, Plumas, and Sierra. NEVADA COUNTY, That part not 
contained in the Second District. SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY: That part not contained in the Eighteenth District. 
Population (1980), 525,893. 

ZIP Code*: 95204 (part), 95205 (part), 95206 (part), 95207 (part), 95209 (part), 95210 (part), 95212-13, 95220, 95231 
' \ 95234, 95237, 95240-42, 95253, 95258, 95304, 95330-31, 95336, 95361 (part). 95376 (part), 95378, 95385, 



>5601, 95603-04, 95613-14, 95619, 95623, 95626 (part), 95629, 95630 <art), 95631, 95632 (part), 95633-36, 95640, 
95641 (part), 95642-44, 95646, 95648, 95650-51, 95654, 95656, 95658, 95661, 95663-67, 95669, 95672, 95675, 95677- 
78, 95681-82. 95684-86, 95689, 95690 (part), 95699, 95701-06, 95708-09, 95711-22, 95724-37, 95746, 95761-62, 
95910, 95915, 95922 (part), 95923-24, 95934, 95936, 95944-45, 95947, 95949, 95952, 95956, 95959, 95960 (part), 
95971, 95977 (part), 95980, 95981 (part), 95983-84, 95986, 96006, 96009, 96015, 96020, 96053-54, 96056, 96068 
(part), 96101, 96103-06, 96108-26, 96128-30, 96132-37 



FIFTEENTH DISTRICT 

GARY A, CONDIT, Democrat, of Ceres, CA; attended Modesto Junior College and 
Cal State University, Stanislaus, B.A. Political Science; Ceres City Council 1972-76; 
mayor, Ceres, 1974-76; Stanislaus County Board of Supervisors, 1976-32, serving as 
chairman 1980; California State Assembly, December 1982; former Assembly Assistant 
Majority Leader; former chairman and vice-chairman, Assembly Governmental Organiza- 
tion Committee and chairman of the Subcommittee on Sports and Entertainment; past 
chair, Assembly Rural Caucus; Legislator of the Year for California Narcotic Officers 
Association, 1986; Legislator of the Year for California Rifle and Pistol Association, 1986, 
1988; member, Agriculture; Elections Reapportionment and Constitutional Amendments; 
Environmental Safety and Toxic Materials; International Trade and Intergovernmental 
Relations; Human Services; Governmental Organization; Revenue and Taxation; Ways 
and Means; Ways and Means Subcommittee on Education; Joint Committee on States 
Economy; Joint Committee on Fairs Allocation and Classification; Special Committee on 
Community Colleges and Select Committee on California Youth; member, House Agri- 
culture Committee and Subcommittees on Cotton, Rice and Sugar; Livestock, Dairy and 
Poultry; House Government Operations Committee and Subcommittee on Government 
Information and Justice and Agriculture. 



28 Congressional Directory CALIFORNIA 

Office Listings 

1529 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0515 225-6131 

Administrative Assistant. Tony Corbo. 

Legislative Director. Shannon Lahey. 

Legislative Assistant. Emily Beizer. 
920 13th Street, Modesto, CA 95354 (209) 527-1914 

Chief of Staff. Mike Lynch. 
415 West 18th Street, Merced, CA 95340 (209) 383-4455 



Counties* Marioosa. Merced and Stanislaus FRESNO COUNTY: Communities of Biola, Burrel, Cantua Creek, Car- 
others! Coalinga, Eastern, Firebaugh, Five Points, Fowler, Helm, Huron, Kerman, Kinosburg, Laton, Mendota, 
Parlier, Raisin City, Riverdale, San Joaquin, Selma, and Tranquility. Population (1980), 525,998 



95311 (parV) 953 2-1^95315- ^^'(part). 95322-26795327 (part), 95328. 95329 (part), 95333-34, 95338. 9534^ 
4! 95344-45, 95348, 95350-52, 95354-5^95360, 95361 (part), 95363, 95365, 95367-69, 95374, 9538CWJI, 95384, 
95386-88, 95389 (part) 



SIXTEENTH DISTRICT 

LEON E. PANETTA, Democrat, of Carmel Valley, CA; born in Monterey, CA; June 
28, 1938; attended San Carlos Elementary School; graduated, Monterey High School, 
1956; B.A., magna cum laude, University of Santa Clara, 1960; J.D., University of Santa 
Clara Law School, 1963; served as 1st lieutenant in the U.S. Army, received Army Com- 
mendation Medal, 1963-65; admitted to the bar in 1965 and commenced practice in Mon- 
terey; legislative assistant to U.S. Senate minority whip Thomas H. Kuchel, CA; 1966-69; 
special assistant to Secretary of U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, 
1969; director of the U.S. Office for Civil Rights, 1969-70; executive assistant to the 
mayor of New York City, 1970-71; attorney, law firm of Panetta, Thompson & Panetta, 
1971-76; member: U.S. Supreme Court Bar; U.S. District Court Bar, Northern District, 
CA; California Bar; Board of Visitors, University of Santa Clara Law School; a founder, 
Monterey College of Law; served as counsel to the Monterey Peninsula Regional Park 
District; Monterey County Democratic Central Committee, 1972-76; vice president of 
Carmel Valley Little League; member, Parish Council for Our Lady of Mount Carmel 
Church; author, "Bring Us Together," 1971; recipient: NEA Lincoln Award, 1969; 
Lawyer of the Year Award, 1970; A. Philip Randolph Award, 1971; Bread for the World 
Award, 1978, 1980, 1982; National Hospice Organization Award, 1984; American Farm 
Bureau Federation Golden Plow Award, 1988; chairman, 95th Congress New Members 
Caucus; northern California majority regional whip, 97th and 98th Congresses; deputy 
majority whip for budget issues, 99th and 100th Congresses; member, House Budget 
Committee, 96th, 97th, and 98th Congresses, chairman, House Budget Committee, Janu- 
ary 1989-present; member, House Agriculture Committee; member, House Administration 
Committee; member, House Select Committee on Hunger; former chairman, Subcommit- 
tee on Domestic Marketing, Consumer Relations, and Nutrition; former chairman, Sub- 
committee on Personnel and Police; former vice chairman, Caucus of Vietnam-Era Veter- 
ans in Congress; former member, President's Commission on Foreign Language and 
International Studies; married to the former Sylvia Marie Varni; three sons: Christopher, 
Carmelo, and James; elected to the 95th Congress, 1976; reelected to each succeeding 
Congress. 

Office Listings 

339 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0516 225-2861 

Administrative Assistant. Diana Marino. 

Legislative Director. Thomas Vellenga. 

Press Secretary. Barry J. Toiv. 
380 Alvarado Street, Monterey, CA 93940 (408) 649-3555 

District Representative. Sylvia Panetta. 

701 Ocean Avenue, Santa Cruz, CA 95060 f (408) 429-1976 

100 West Alisal, Salinas* CA 93901 ?408) 424-2229 

1160 Marsh Street, San LuisObispo, CA934O1 , (805) 541-0143 



CALIFORNIA 102d Congress 29 

Counties: Monterey and San Benito. SAN Luis OBISPO COUNTY (part): Including coastal strip extending south to Los 
Osos and including San Luis Obispo City. SANTA CRUZ COUNTY (southern half). PopulationO 1980). 525,967 

ZIP Codes: 93401 (part), 93403, 93406-10, 93426, 93428, 93430, 93435, 93442, 93450 93452 93901-02. 93905-O8 
93912, 93915, 93920-28, 93930, 93932-33, 9394O-44, 93950, 93953-55, 93960/93962 95001 95003-04 ^5010 95012 
95017, 95018 (part), 95019, 95023 (part), 95024, 95039, 95041, 95043, 95045, 95060-65; 950^ (Jart)? 9^5075-77 



SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT 

CALVIN M. DOOLEY, JR., Democrat, of Visalia, CA; born in Hanford, CA; January 
11, 1954; M.S. in management, Sloan Fellow at Stanford University, 1986-87; B.S. in Ag- 
ricultural Economics, University of California at Davis; administrative assistant to State 
Senator Rose Ann Vuich; past vice president, Tulare County Farm Bureau; state delegate 
from Tulare County; member: California State Labor Policy Committee; Tulare County 
board of directors, Agricultural Leadership Associates; Agricultural Issues and Outlook 
Symposium; Outstanding Farmers of America; Visalia Chamber of Commerce; chairman, 
Tulare County University of California Campus Expansion Task Force; founder, Visalia 
Senior Gleaners; member: founding board of directors of Tulare County Food Resources; 
Tulare County Environmental Affairs Committee; Steering Committee, Visalians Orga- 
nized to Improve our Children's Education, Rotary, Visalia County Center; Visalia Uni- 
fied School District Facilities Task Force; state president, California Association of the 
Future Farmers of America, 1972-73; member, Class 13, Agricultural Leadership Pro- 
gram; selected as one of the Outstanding Young Men of America, 1985; state winner and 
national runner-up in 1985 Farm Bureau Discussion Contest; selected by Jaycees as 1985 
Outstanding Young Fanner hi California; regional finalist, 1987 White House Fellowship 
Program; married the former Linda Phillips; two children: Brooke and Emily. 

Office Listings 

1022 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0517 225-3341 

Administrative Assistant. Lisa Quigley. 

Legislative Director. Joe Raeder. 

Press Secretary, Tim Miller. 
Suite E, 711 North Court Street, Visalia, CA 93291 (209) 733-8348 



Counties: Kings and Tulare. FRESNO COUNTY: The north and east portions not contained in the Fifteenth and 
Eighteenth Districts including portions of the cities of Fresno, Reedley, and Sanger, and all of Auberry, Friant, 
Orange Cove, and Shaver Lake. KERN COUNTY: That portion not in the Twentieth District and including portions 
of the city of Bakersfield and all of Delano, McFarland, and Wasco. Population (1980), 525,937, 

ZIP Code*: 93201-04, 93207-08, 93212, 93215, 93218, 93220-21, 93223, 93226-27, 93230, 93235, 93239, 93244-45, 
93247, 93249 (part), 93250, 93256-58, 93260-62, 93265-67, 93270-72, 93274-75, 93277-80, 93282, 93286-87, 93291, 
93305 (part), 93306 (part), 93307 (part), 93518 (part), 93523 (part), 93531, 93534 (part), 93602-03, 93605, 93612-13, 
93615, 93618, 93621, 93626 (part), 93628-29, 93631 (part), 93633-34, 93641-42, 93646-47, 93649-51, 93654 (part), 
93657 (part), 93664, 93666-67, 93670, 93673, 93675, 93700 (part), 93704 (part), 93705 (part), 93710 (part), 93711, 
93722 (part), 93727 (part) 



EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT 

RICHARD H. LEHMAN, Democrat, of Fresno, CA; born in Sanger, CA, July 20, 
1948; attended Lone Star Elementary School in Sanger; graduated Sanger High School, 
1966; A.A., Fresno City College, 1968; California State University, Fresno, 1969; received 
BA in political science, University of California at Santa Cruz, 1970-71; California Na- 
tional Guard, 1970-76; administrative aide to California State Assemblyman George N. 
Zenovich, 1969-76; elected to the California Assembly, 1976-82; assistant majority leader, 
1980-82; elected on November 2, 1982 to tfce 98th Congress; reelected to each succeeding 
Congress; whip-at-large; chairman, Banking Subcommittee on Consumer Affairs and 
Coinage. 



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Congressional Directory CALIFORNIA 



Office Listings 

1319 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0518 225-4540 

Administrative Assistant.-Scott Nishioki. 
Executive Assistant. Jill Cunningham. 

^ <*> - 

(209) 946 . 6353 

Northtown oce 'ODmpie'^ Sonora, CA 

95370-9626 < 209) 5 33-1426 



Madera, Mono, and Tuolumne. FRESNO COUNTY: That part not contained in the Fifteenth and 
ve rict TlS. JOAQUIN COUNTY: Census tracts 1-10, 11.01, fl.02, 13, 15-26 27.01, 2702 i 29 31.03, 
33 03? IIS?, 33.07, 34.01, 34.02, 36.01, 36.02 and 48; partial census tracts 12 (block groups 2, 3, and 5) (blocks 423, 
424 426 and 431), 37 (all except the unincorporated portions of block group 4), 47 (portions in enumerated district 
30).' Population (1980), 526, 113. 

ZTP Codes: 93512, 93514 (part), 93517, 93529, 93541, 93546, 93601, 93604, 93610 (part), 93614, 93622 (part), 93625 
(baSw626 (Srtj ,9363759 93643; 93644 (part), 93645, 93653 (part), 93657 (part), 93669, 93700 (part), 93701-03, 
93704'^) 93705 (part), 93707-09, 93710 <i>art), 93712, 937lT8, 93721, 93722 (part), 93725-26, 93727 (part), 
93728, M744^5, 9374^93755, 93771-79, 9379CWW, 95201-03, 95204 (part), 95205 (part), 95206 (party ,95207 {part), 
95208 95209ifDart) 95210 (part), 95221-22, 95223 (part), 95224-29, 95230 (part), 95231 (part), 95232-33, 95236, 
9524^5279525^5, 95257, 95305, 95309-10, 95311 (part), 95314, 95321 (part), 95327 (part), 95335, 95346-47, 
95364, 95370, 95372-73, 95375, 95379, 95383, 95389 (part), 96107 



NINETEENTH DISTRICT 

ROBERT J. LAGOMARSINO, Republican, of Ventura, CA; born in Ventura, Ven- 
tura County, CA, September 4, 1926; University of California at Santa Barbara, June 
1950, Santa Clara Law School, LL.B., 1953; admitted to the California Bar, 1954; com- 
menced practice of law in Ventura, CA; served in the U.S. Navy during World War II, 
1944-46; elected to the Ojai City Council, 1958; 8 months later, elected mayor; elected to 
the California Senate, by special election, October 3, 1961; reelected, 1964; elected in 
1966 to represent the newly created 24th senatorial district; reelected in 1970; first legisla- 
tor to receive the Legislative Conservationist of the Year Award by the California and 
National Wildlife Federation hi 1965; member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee 
and the House Interior and Insular Affairs Committee; elected 98th and 99th and 100th 
Congresses as Secretary of the Republican Conference; married Norma Smith, 1 960; three 
children; elected to the 93d Congress, by special election, March 5, 1974, to fill the va- 
cancy caused by the death of Charles M. Teague; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2332 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0519 225-3601 

Chief of Staff. Susan Derrick. FAX: 225-3096 

Legislative Director. Matthew Reynolds. 

Press Secretary, John Doherty. 
Suite 101, 5740 Ralston Street, Ventura, CA 93003 (805) 642-2200 

Director of Constituent Services. Diane R. White. 

314 East Carrillo Street, Santa Barbara, CA 93101 (805) 963-1708 

104-E East Boone Street, Santa Maria, CA 93454 (805) 922-2131 



Santa Barbara County, Ventura County: Census tracts 2, 4-8, 11, 12.01-O5, 13, 14, 15.01, 15.02, 16.01, 16.02, 17-20, 
21,01, 21.02, 22-27, 28.01, 2S.02, 29-35, 37-41, 45, 47.01, 47.03, 49, and 50; partial census tracts 1 (portion* north of 
the southern line of Sespe Condor Sanctuary west to T5N/T4N and its western extension to the tract boundary), 
10 (all except portions in the city of Ojai), 47.02 (all except block group 3 in the city of Oxnard and unincorporat- 
ed parts of blocks 205 and 301-305). Population (1980), 526,096. " " * 

ZIP Coder 93001-06, 93013, 93022, 93023 (part), 93O30 (part), 93031-32, 93033 (part), 93034-35, 93040, 93060, 93067, 

> 2 14/93254/93427, 93429, 



CALIFORNIA 1 02d Congress 31 

TWENTIETH DISTRICT 

WILLIAM M. THOMAS, Republican, of Bakersfieid, CA; born in Wallace, IE>, De- 
cember 6, 1941; attended public schools in San Pedro and Garden Grove; graduated, 
Garden Grove High School, 1959; A.A., Santa Ana Community College, 1961; B.A., San 
Francisco State University, 1963; M.A., San Francisco State University, 1965; professor, 
Bakersfieid Community College, 1965-74; served in California State Assembly, 1974-78; 
member: agriculture, revenue and taxation, and rules committees; selected by the Ameri- 
can Council of Young Political Leaders as a delegate to the Soviet Union, 1977; member: 
Ways and Means and House Administration Committees; Budget Committee; married to 
the former Sharon Lynn Hamilton, 1967; two children: Christopher and Amelia; elected 
to the 96th Congress, November 7, 1978; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2402 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0520 225-2915 

Administrative Assistant. Cathy Abernathy 

Legislative Director. Robert S. Winters. 

Omce Manager. Sheri Lee Norris. 

Suite 220, 4100 Truxtun Avenue, Bakersfieid, CA 93301 (805) 327-3611 

Suite 115, 858 West Jackman, Lancaster, CA 93435 (805) 948-2634 

Room 203, 1390 Price Street, Pismo Beach, CA 93449 (805) 773-2533 



Inyo County. Los Angeles County: Census tracts 9002-9005, 9006.01-9006.03, 9007.01, 9007.02, 9008.01, 9008.02, 9009- 
9011, 9101-9107, 9012.01 (that part not contained in the Twenty-first District), 9100 (that part not contained in the 
Thirty-fifth District), and 9108 02 (portions of enumeration district 147 west of the Acton Canyon Wash) KERN 
COUNTY: That part not contained in the Seventeenth District SAN Luis OBISPO COUNTY. That part not contained 
in the Sixteenth District. Population (1980), 526,017. 

ZIP Codes: 91350 (part), 91354 (part), 92328, 93205-06, 93217, 93224-25, 93237-38, 93240-41, 93243, 93249 (part), 
93251, 93255, 93263, 93268, 93276, 93233, 93285, 93300-04, 93305 (part), 93306 (part), 93307 (part), 93308-09, 
93311-13, 93380, 93384-89, 93401 (part), 93402, 93412, 93420 (part), 93422-24, 93431-33, 93444-47, 93449, 93451, 
93453, 93461, 93465, 93501, 93505, 93514 (part), 93516, 93518 (part), 93519, 93523 (part), 93527-28, 93530, 93532, 
93534 (part), 93535-36, 93550 (part), 93551 (part), 93554, 93555 (part), 93558, 93560-61 



TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT 

ELTON GALLEGLY, Republican, of Simi Valley, CA; born in Huntington Park, 
CA, March 7, 1944; graduated Huntington Park High School, 1962; attended Los Ange- 
les State College; businessman; member Simi Valley City Council, 1979; mayor, city of 
Simi Valley, 1980-86; member, Executive Committee, Republican Study Committee; 
Congressional Human Rights Caucus; House Republican Research Committee, task force 
on Crime and SDI; House Task Force on American Prisoners and Missing in Southeast 
Asia; Congressional Fire Services Caucus; chairman, Task Force on Urban Search and 
Rescue; former vice-chairman and chairman, Ventura County Association of Goverments; 
former member, Board of Directors, Moorpark College Foundation; delegate to 1988 Re- 
publican National Convention; married to the former Janice L. Shrader, 1974; four chil- 
dren: Shawn G., Shawn P., Kevin, and Shannon; elected to the 100th Congress, Novem- 
ber 4, 1986; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

107 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0521 225-5811 

Administrative Assistant/Legislative Director. -Lisa Boepple. 

Office Manager. Tricia Evans. 

Press Secretary. John Frith. 

Suite 110, 9301 Oakdale Avenue, Chatsworth, CA 91311 (818) 341-2121 

Suite 207, 200 North Westlake Boulevard, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362 (805) 496-4700 

District Assistant. Paula Shell. 



County: Communities of Agoura Hills, Avalon, Gastric, Chatsworth, Hidden Hffls, Sunland, Tiyunga, 
^ 1 Village; iSrtions of the communities of Calabasas, Canoga Park, Granada Hffisi 



, 

Malibu, Miss HiUs, Newhall. Northridge, Sa^a Ciarito, Sepulveda, Sun Valtey, Sylmar, 
COUNTY: Communities of Camarillo, Fillmore, Moorpark, Newbury 



. , 

Woodland Hills, and Valencia. VENTURA COUNTY: 



32 Congressional Directory CALIFORNIA 

Park Ojai Point Mugu, Port Hueneme, Simi Valley, Somis, Thousand Oaks, and Oxnard (parts). Population 
1980 525,839 



(1980), 525,839 



(carrt 90704, 91040-43. 91301-O2, 91304 (part), 91306 <p*rt), 91307. 9H10. 01311, 91M3, 91319-20, 
91324 teart) 9132S(part), 91326 (part), 91327-28, 91342, 91343 (part), <?U44 (part). 91350 (pan) 
rt 91358-62791364 (part), 913*7 (p*rt), 01376. 01380-81. $1384, 9 1304 (parti 
Sx 93030 (part). 93033 (part), 93035, 93041-41, 93062 66, 93093 ^ 



TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT 

CARLOS J. MOORHEAD, Republican, of Glendale, CA; born in Long Beach, CA, 
May 6 1922- attended Glendale public schools; graduated University of California at Los 
Angeles, B.A., 1943, University of Southern California School of Law, J.D M 1949; enlist- 
ed in U.S. Army Reserve in June 1942, served 3V2 years during World War II, presently 
Judge Advocate (ret.) with rank of lieutenant colonel; practicing attorney; directed Law- 
yer's Reference Service of the Glendale Bar Association; admitted to practice before Su- 
preme Court; California State Assemblyman, 1967-72; member* California Law Revision 
Commission, 1969-72; board of directors, Glendale La Crescenta Camp Fire Girls, Inc.; 
past president, Glendale Hi-Twelve Club, Glendale Bar Association, 43d District Repub- 
lican Assembly, and Glendale Young Republicans; member, Los Angeles County and 
California State Bar, Chamber of Commerce, Lions Club, B.P.O.E., Masons, Shrine, Ver- 
dugo Hills Council Boy Scouts, Los Angeles County Republican Central Committee, and 
State Republican Central Committee; married Valery Joan Tyler; five children: Theresa, 
Catharine, Steven, Ten, and Paul; elected to the 93d Congress, November 7, 1972; re- 
elected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2346 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0522 ................... 225-4176 

Administrative Assistant. Alice K. Andersen. 

Executive Secretary. G. Maxine Dean. 

Press/Legislative Assistant. J. David Jocrgenson. 

Receptionist/Appointment Secretary. Karen Steube. 
420 North Brand Boulevard, Glendale, CA 91203 .............................. . .................. (SIS) 247-8445 

301 East Colorado Boulevard, Pasadena, CA 91101 .............................................. (818) 792-6168 



Los Angeles County: Cities of Arcadia, Glendale, La Canada Flintridge, Monrovia, San Marino* Sierra Mad re, South 
Pasadena, Temple City, and portions of Burbank, Palmdale, Pasadena, and unincorporated communities of Acton, 
Agua Dulce, Altadena, Canyon Country, La Crescenta. Lamandm Park, Montrote, Ncwhal), Rio Honda, Saugus, 
and Valencia. Population (1980), 525,817. 



91776 (part), 91780, 93534 (part), 93550 (part), 93551 (part) 



TWENTY-THIRD DISTRICT 

ANTHONY C. BEILENSON, Democrat, of Los Angeles, CA; born in New Rochelle, 
NY, October 26, 1932; graduated, PhilKps Academy, Andover, MA, 1950; A.B., Harvard 
College, 1954; LL.B., Harvard Law School, 1957; member, California Assembly, 1963-66; 
California Senate, 1967-76; married to the former Dolores Martm, 1959; three children: 
Peter, Dayna, and Adam; elected to the 95th Congress, November 2, 1976; reflected to 
each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

1025 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0523 225-591 1 

Administrative Assistant. Janet Faulstich. 

Appointment Secretary. Anita Lawson. 

IPress Assistant. Kaye Edwards Davis. 

^ JlPkii^S ^?*ftS B ? ote vnfc Los Angeles, CA 90024 rt (213) 312-1267 

Suite 222, 18401 Burbank Boulevard, Tarzana, CA 91356 ,.., , (818) 345-1560 



CALIFORNIA 102d Congress 33 

Los Angeles County: Bel Air, Beverly Hills, Beverlywood, Canoga Park, Century City, Cheviot Hills, Malibu, 
Reseda, Tarzana, Topanga Canyon, Westwood, and Woodland Hills; and parts of Brentwood, Calabasas, Encino, 
Northndge, Pacific Palisades, Palms, Sherman Oaks, Van Nuys, West Hills, and West Hollywood. 

ZIP Codes: 90024, 90025 (part), 90034 (part), 90035 (part), 90046 (part), 90048 (part), 90049 (part), 90064 (part), 
90067, 90069 (part), 90073, 90077, 90210 (part), 90211-13, 90265 (all), 90272 (part), 90290, 91302 (part), 91303, 
91304 (part), 91306 (part), 91307, 91316 (part), 91324 (part), 91325 (part), 91335, 91356, 91364 (part), 91365. 91367 
(part), 91401 (part), 91403 (part), 91405 (part), 91406 (part), 91411 (part), 91423 (part) 



TWENTY-FOURTH DISTRICT 

HENRY A. WAXMAN, Democrat, of Los Angeles, CA; born in Los Angeles, Sep- 
tember 12, 1939; B.A., political science, UCLA, 1961; J.D., School of Law; admitted to 
the California State Bar, 1965; served three terms as California State Assemblyman; 
former chairman, California Assembly Health Committee, Select Committee on Medical 
Malpractice, and Committee on Elections and Reapportionment; president, California 
Federation of Young Democrats, 1965-67; member: Guardians of the Jewish Home for 
the Aged, American Jewish Congress, Sierra Club; married to the former Janet Kessler, 
1971; two children: Carol Lynn and Michael David; elected to the 94th Congress, No- 
vember 5, 1974; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2418 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0524 225-3976 

Administrative Assistant. Philip M. Schiliro. 

Legislative Assistant. Patricia Delgado. 

Personal Secretary/Office Manager. Norah Lucey Mail. 
Suite 400, 8425 West Third Street, Los Angeles, CA 90048 (213) 651-1040 

Administrative Assistant. Howard Elinson. 

Coordinator. Keiko Shimabukuro. 



Los Angeles County: That part beginning at the northwestern corner at Whhsett and Saticoy, south on Whitsett to 
Hollywood Freeway, southeast on freeway to railroad tracks, west on railroad tracks to Bellaire, south on Bellaire 
to Archwood, west on Archwood to Goodland Avenue, north on Goodland to Vanowen, north on Vanowen to 
Coldwater Canyon, south on Coldwater Canyon to Kittndge, east on Kittndge to Whitsett, south on Whitsett to 
Burbank Boulevard, east on Burbank Boulevard to Colfax, south on Colfax to Riverside, east of Riverside to 
Tujunga, south on Tujunga to Ventura Boulevard, west on Ventura Boulevard to Laurel Canyon, south on Laurel 
Canyon to Hollywood Boulevard, east on Hollywood Boulevard to Fairfax, south on Fairfax to Willoughby, west 
then south following West Hollywood City limits, to La Cienega and Melrose Place, south on La Cienega to 
Clifton, east on Clifton to San Vicente, southeast on San Vicente to Schumacher, southwest on Schumacher to La 
Cienega, south on La Cienega to 18th Street, east on 18th Street to Spauldmg, south on Spaulduig to Venice 
Boulevard, east on Venice Boulevard to Sierra Bonita, northeast on Sierra Bonita to San Vicente, southeast on San 
Vicente to Redondo, north on Redondo to 12th Street, east on 12th Street to Rimpau, south on Rimpau to 
Dockwcilcr, east on DockweUer to West Boulevard, north on West Boulevard to 12th Street, east on 12th Street 
to Queen Ann, north on Queen Ann to Edgewood, east on Edgewood to Lucerne, south on Lucerne to llth 
Street, east on 1 1th Street to Plymouth, north on Plymouth to Country Club, east on Country Club to Branson, 
south on Bronson to Country Club Drive, east on Country Club Drive to 4th Avenue, north on 4th Avenue to 
Olympic, east on Olympic to Westchester Place, north on Westchester Place to San Marino, east on San Manno to 
Harvard, north on Harvard to 9th Street, east on 9th Street to Ardmore, north on Ardmore to 8th Street, east on 
8th Street to Irolo, north on Irolo to Wilshire Boulevard, east on Wilshire Boulevard to Benton, north on Benton 
to 6th Street, southeast on 6th Street to Coronado, northeast on Coronada to 3d Street, southeast on 3d Street to 
Union, north on Union to Temple, east on Temple to Douglas, northeast on Douglas to Lilac, southeast on Lilac 
to Academy Road, north on Academy Road to Park Drive, north on Park Drive to Baxter, northwest on Baxter 
to Echo Park, northeast on Echo Park to Landa, east on Landa to Blake, north on Blake to Knox Avenue, 
southwest on Knox to Mellon, northwest on Mellon to Coolidge, northeast on Coolidge to the Los Angeles River, 
northwest on the Los Angeles River to Glendale Freeway, northeast on Olendale Freeway to railroad tracks, 
northwest on railroad tracks and follow Glendale City border to Burbank City border at Allen and Rancho 
Drives, west along Burbank City border to Burbank City border northwest, thence northwest on Burbank City, 
west on Saticoy to Saticoy border to Whitsett, the point of beginning. Population (1980), 525,909. 

ZIP Codes: 90004-05, 90006 (part), 90010, 90015 (part), 90017 (part), 90019 (part), 90020, 90026 (part), 90027-30, 
90035 (part), 90036, 90038, 90039 (part), 90046 (part), 90048 (part), 90051, 90054, 90057 (part), 90060, 90063, 90068, 
90069 (part), 90075-76, 90078, 90087, 90093, 91352 (part), 91600 (part), 91601-03, 91604 (part), 91605 (part), 91406, 
91607 (part), 91608-09, 91615-16 



34 Congressional Directory CALIFORNIA 

TWENTY-FIFTH DISTRICT 

EDWARD R. ROYBAL, Democrat, of Los Angeles, CA; born in Albuquerque, NM, 
February 10, 1916; moved to Los Angeles in 1922 and attended the public schools; grad- 
uated from Roosevelt High School in 1934 and then joined the Civilian Conservation 
Corps; trained in business administration at the University of California at Los Angeles, 
and at Southwestern University in Los Angeles, CA; served in the U.S. Army from 1944 
to 1945; married the former Lucille Beserra of Los Angeles, September 27, 1940; three 
children: Lucille (Mrs. Lucille Roybal-Allard), Lillian (Mrs. Lillian Rose), and Edward 
R.; social worker and public health educator with the California Tuberculosis Association 
and a director of health education for the Los Angeles County Tuberculosis and Health 
Association, 1942-49; member of the Los Angeles City Council, 1949-62; served as presi- 
dent pro tempore from July 1961; member of the Knights of Columbus and American 
Legion; honorary doctor of law degree, Pacific States University; honorary doctor of law 
degree, Claremont Graduate School; elected to the 88th Congress, November 6, 1962; 
reelected to each succeeding Congress; chairman, Subcommittee on Treasury, Postal 
Service, General Government of the Appropriations Committee; chairman, Select Com- 
mittee on Aging; and Subcommittee on Health and Longterm Care; member of Subcom- 
mittee on Labor, Health and Human Services, and Education; president, National Asso- 
ciation of Latino Elected Officials; and member, Congressional Hispanic Caucus. 

Office Listings 

2211 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0525 225-6235 

Administrative Assistant. Jorge Lambrinos. FAX: 226-1251 

Executive Assistant/Office Manager. Christinia Mendoza. 
Room 7106, 300 North Los Angeles Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 (213) 894-4870 

Administrative Assistant. Henry Lozano. FAX: 894-0863 

Appointment Secretary. Mercy Cavazos. 



> 1811 - 1816 > M3I-01, 1831.02, 1832-1838, 1851, 1852.01. 1852.02, 1853. 18*1-1864, 

1971, 1972, 1976, 1977, 1991-1999, 2011-2013, 2014.01, 2014.02, 2015.01, 2015.02, 2016, 2017, 2031-2039, 2041-2044, 
SS^^fJ,? 46 "? 49 ' ?"' 2061 - 2065 ' 2071-2079, 2081-2083, 2091, 2092, 2261-2263, 2266, 4602-1604, 
4608-4611, 4615-4617. 4619-4624, 4627, 4638, 5303, 5305-5315, 5316.01, 5316.02; partial census tracts 1871 and 
1872, that part not contained in the Twenty-fourth District; 2241, that part not contained in the Twenty-eighth 
District; 4633 and 4634, that part not contained in the Twenty-second District; 5304, that part not contained in the 
Thirtieth District Population (1980), 525,878. 



n, ' 90015 ' 90017 ' 90021 <?*>' 90022-23, 90026, 90030-31, 90032 

Sffifc MS^i^,^ 






TWENTY-SIXTH DISTRICT 



HOWARD L. HERMAN, Democrat, of Panorama City (including the San Fernando 
Valley and parts of Los Angeles); born April 15, 1941 in Los Angeles; B.A., internatibnal 
relations, UCLA, 1962; LL.B., UCLA School of Law, 1965; admitted to the Bar of the 
State of California, 1966; practiced law until lection to California Assembly in 1972; 
named assembly majority leader in first term; served as chair of the Assembly Democrat- 
ic Caucus and the policy research management committee of the Assembly member; re- 
gional board of the Anti-Defamation League, board of the Center for Law 'in the Public 
Interest; past president, California Federation of Young Democrats; Distinguished Alum- 
nus of UCLA, 1977; mamed to the former Janis Schwartz; two children: Brinley and 
Lmdsey; elected to the 98th Congress on November 2, 1982 and reelected to each suc- 
ceJing Confess; member, 3u<*get Committee, Judiciary Cofnmittee, and the Foreign 
Affairs Committee; chairman, Subcommittee on International Operations 



CALIFORNIA 102d Congress 35 

Office Listings 

137 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0526 225-4695 

Administrative Assistant. Gene Smith. 

Legislative Director. Bari Schwartz. 

Personal Secretary. Nancy Milburn. 
Suite 506, 14600 Roscoe Boulevard, Panorama City, CA 91402 (818) 891-0543 

Administrative Assistant. Fausto Capobianco. 



Los Angeles County: Portions of the city of Los Angeles, including all or part of the communities of Arleta, Beverly 
Glen, Encmo, Granada Hills, Lakeview Terrace, Mission Hills, North Hollywood, Northridge, Pacoima, Panorama 
City, Sepulveda, Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Sun Valley, Sylmar, and Van Nuys; portions of the city of Burbank; 
and the city of San Fernando Population (1980), 526,057. 

91345 
91423, 



(part),' 91o04'( P art),9l605 (part), 9r607'(part) 



TWENTY-SEVENTH DISTRICT 

MEL LEVINE, Democrat, of Los Angeles, CA; born in Los Angeles, CA, June 7, 
1943; attended the public schools; graduated, University of California (Berkeley), A.B., 
with distinction, 1964 [valedictory speaker and student body president]; Princeton Univer- 
sity, M.P.A., 1966 (Woodrpw Wilson School]; Harvard Law School, cum laude, 1969 
[valedictory speaker]; married Jan Greenberg Levine, 1973; three children: Adam Paul, 
Jacob Caplan, and Cara Emily; practicing attorney, 1969-71, 1973-77; California assem- 
blyman, 1977-82; co-chairman, House Export Task Force; co-chairman, Democratic Con- 
gressional Campaign Committee; former co-chair of Congressional Military Reform 
Caucus; national co-chair of Rebuild America; former or current member of local govern- 
ing boards of University of Judaism; City of Hope; California Alumni Association; Jewish 
Federation Council; ADL of B'nai B'rith; NAACP/legal defense fund; American Jewish 
Committee; former player-manager, Hollywood Stars Baseball Team; elected on Novem- 
ber 2, 1982, to the 98th Congress; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2443 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0527 225-6451 

Administrative Assistant. Bill Andrcsen FAX: 225-6975 

Personal Secretary. Anne Johnson. 

Suite 447, 5250 West Century Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90045 (213) 410-9415 

Administrative Assistant. Elmy Butmejo. FAX: 649-2308 



Los Angeles County: Communities of Brentwood, El Segundd, Hermosa Beach, Lawndale, Lennox, Manhattan 
Beach, Mar Vista, Pacific Palisades, Playa del Rey, Redondo Beach, Santa Monica, Venice, and portions of 
Inglewood and Torrance. Population (1980), 525,917. 

ZIP Codes: 90025 (part), 90034 (part), 90045 (part), 90049 (part), 90064 (part), 90066 (part), 90245, 90248 (part), 90249 
(part), 90254, 90260-61, 90265 (part), 90266790272 (part), 90277 (part), 90278, 90291, 90293-94, 90296, 90302 (part), 
90304 (part), 90305 (part), 90309-10, 90400-06, 90500 (part), 90501-02, 90507-08, 91364 (part) 



TWENTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT 

JULIAN C. DIXON, Democrat, of Culver City, CA; born in Washington, DC, August 
8, 1934; attended the public schools; graduated, Dorsey High School, Los Angeles, CA, 
1953; B.S., Los Angeles State Gollege, 1962; LL.B., Southwestern University, Los Ange- 
les, CA, 1967; served in U.S. Army, sergeant, 1957-60; member of the California State 
Assembly, 1972-78; chairman, Democratic Caucus; member: Assembly Committee on 
Criminal Justice, Ways and Means, Select Committee on Corrections, Joint Committee on 
the Revision of the Penal Code; vice chairman, Assembly Select Committee on Health 
Sciences Education; former chairman, Legislative Black Caucus; secretary, Law Enforce- 



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ment and Criminal Justice Task Force; member: National Conference of State Legislature 
Executive Committee; Committee on Appropriations; Subcommittee on Defense; chair- 
man: Subcommittee on the District of Columbia; chairman, Congressional Black Caucus 
98th Congress; married: Betty Lee Dixon; one child: Cary Cordon; elected to the 96th 
Congress, November 7, 1978; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2400 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 205t5-O528 223-7084 

Administrative Assistant. Andrea "Tracy** Holmes. FAX. 225-4091 

Appointment Secretary. Deanne R. Clarke. 

Legislative Director. Gwendolyn Brown. 
La Cienega Slauson Business Park, Suite 208, 5100 West Ooldleaf Circle, 

Los Angeles, CA 90056 (213) 678-5424 

Administrative Assistant. Patricia Miller. 



Los Angeles County: Culver City, Inglewood City (part), Los Angeles City (part), communities of Crenshaw 
Exposition Park (part), Mar Vista (part), Pico Union (part). West Adams, Weatchester, and unim:omorated 
communities of Baldwin Hills, Ladcra Heights, Lennox, Manna del Rey, View Park, and Windsor Hills. Popula- 

ZSP Codes: 90005, 90006 (part), 90007 (part), 90008-09, 90016, 90017 (part), 90018, 90019 (part), 90043 foart) 90045 
(part), 90052, 90056-57,^0062, 90066$**), 90230-33, 902921 90295, $0301, 90302 (part), 90303 1 (part) ^ '' 



TWENTY-NINTH DISTRICT 

,i A ;' Democrat, of Los Angeles, CA; born in St. Louis, MO, August 
'A ' ?'" S^ 01 1 s *? te University; honorary degrees, Spelman College, Atlanta, 
GA, North Carolina A&T State University; elected to California State Assembly, 1976 
reelected every 2 years thereafter; member, Assembly Democratic Caucus, chairperson: 
Way and Means Subcommittee on State Administration, chair; Joint Committee on Public 
Pension Fund Investments, chair; Joint Legislative Budget Committee; Assembly Judici- 
ary Committee; Elections, Reapportionment and Constitutional Amendments Committee- 
Natural Resources Committee; Joint Committee on Legislative Ethics; Select Committee 
iCt ^ f fe 1 Assault; C^ftwnia Commission on the Status of 
yd - ne - y ^ liams ' two <*iWren: Karen and Edward; founding 
Commission for Economic Conversion and Disarmament; member! 
?T lg f A Q tt ? ry ?S lu * P^ * p ~ r Counseling Association Advi^ 
hTl ; ^ n w ? tU J y f * S ? ort ^S 001 ^ Advisory Board; Advisory Council 
of the Los Angela ^ Women's Foundation; Women's Legislative Lobby; member of the 
Picy; Clara E^h Jackson Carter FoSdSSn 



Office Listings 
<rStofr]n* > OC 20515-0529 .............. 225-2201 

Office Managcr.~Cynthia n patton, 
P o "^ Secretary. Anita Gonzalez. 

(213) 233-0733 



2266 (block* 207 and 213), 5324 



the city of Lynwood), and 5514 




A**, and 31^ 2316 (block grows 1, 2, and X andblo 



90057. 05, (p^X 



CALIFORNIA 102d Congress 37 

THIRTIETH DISTRICT 

MATTHEW G. MARTINEZ, JR., Democrat, of Montebello, CA.; born in Walsen- 
burg, CO, February 14, 1929; attended Breed Street School and Euclid Street School, 
Los Angeles, CA; graduated, Roosevelt High School, Los Angeles, 1949; received certifi- 
cate of competence, Los Angeles Trade Technical School, 1959; served in U.S. Marine 
Corps, private first class, 1947-50; small businessman and building contractor; appointed: 
Monterey Park Planning Commission, 1971-74; elected: mayor, Monterey Park, 1974-75; 
city councilman, Monterey Park, 1974-80; California State Legislature, 1980-82; member: 
Congressional Hispanic Caucus, Hispanic American Democrats, National Association of 
Latino Elected and Appointed Officials, Communications Workers of America, VFW, 
American Legion, Latin Business Association, Monterey Park Chamber of Commerce, 
the Navy League; board, San Gabriel Valley YMCA; and past president of the Rotary 
Club; children: Matthew, Diane, Susan, Michael, and Carol Ann; elected to the 97th Con- 
gress by special election, July 13, 1982, to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of 
George Danielson; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2446 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0530 55i~^ 

Administrative Assistant/Chief of Staff. Maxine A. Grant. FAX: 225-5467 

Receptionist. Tammy Tambourine. 

Suite 100, 400 North Montebello Boulevard, Montebello, CA 90640 (213) 722-7731 

District Manager. Warren A. Schmuki. (818) 444-1755 



Los Angeles County: Cities of Alhambra, Azusa, Bell, Bell Gardens, Commerce, Cudahy, El Monte, 

Maywood, Montebello, Monterey Park, Roseroead, San Gabriel, and Vernon; also, unincorporated areas of South 
San Gabriel and East Los Angeles (part). Population (1980), 525,974. 

ZIP Codes: 90022 (part), 90058 (part), 90201, 90270, 90640, 91702, 91731-32, 91733 (part), 91734, 91754, 91770, 91775 
(part), 91776 (part), 91778, 91800-05 



THIRTY-FIRST DISTRICT 

MERVYN M. DYMALLY, Democrat, of Compton, CA; born in Cedros, Trinidad, 
West Indies, May 12, 1926; attended Cedros Government School, Trinidad; attended St. 
Benedict and Naparima Secondary, San Fernando, Trinidad, 1940-44; B.A California 
State University, 1954; M.A., California State University, 1969; Ph.D., U.S^ International 
University, 1978; numerous honorary degrees; Phi Kappa Phi Scholastic Honor Society, 
1969- teacher* lecturer; California State Legislature, Assemblyman, 1962-66; State senator, 
19661-75- Lieutenant Governor, California, 1975-79; member: California State Lands 
Commission; chairman, California Commission for Economic Development; member: 
board of regents, University of California; board of trustees, California State University; 
vice chairman, National Conference of Lieutenant Governors; member: California 
Postsecondary Education Commission; board of directors, Joint Center for Political Stud- 
ies; chairman, Congressional Caucus on Science and Technology; member, Congr essional 
Black Caucus* Census and Population Subcommittee of Post Office and Civil Service 
Committee; chairman, District of Columbia Committee; Subcommittee on Judiciary and 
Education; chairman, Subcommittee on International Operations; Democratic Congres- 
sionS Campaign Committee; member of numerous fraternal organizations; aurtior of 
rZy political publications; married to the former Alice M> Gueno, 1968; two cmldren: 
Mark and Lynn; elected to the 97th Congress, November 4, 1980; reelected to each suc- 
ceeding Congress. 



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Office Listings 

1717 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0531 225-5425 

Administrative Assistant. Kenneth M. Orduna. 

Legislative Director. Marwan Burgan. 

Scheduler Assistant. Brenda Young. 

Office Manager. Mae Ellis Covell. 

Press Coordinator. George Wilson. 
306 West Compton Boulevard, Compton, CA 90220 (213) 632-4318 

Los Anodes County: Municipalities of Bellflower. Carson, Compton, Oardcna, Hawthorne, Lynwood, North Long 
Be^a^d Pa^oun^and^e areas of Athens and Willowbrook. Population (1980), 526. 129. 

ZIP Codes: 90044 (part), 90047 (part), 90059 (part), 90061 (part), 90220-24, 90247, 90248 (part), 90249 (part), 90250- 
51, W262, 90303 (part), 90304 (part), 907<tf(part), 90707; 90723, 90745, 90746, 90749, 90802, 90805, 90810 (part) 



THIRTY-SECOND DISTRICT 

GLENN M. ANDERSON, Democrat, of San Pedro, CA; born in Hawthorne, CA, 
February 21, 1913; B.A. degree, University of California, Los Angeles, in political science 
and psychology; Infantry sergeant, U.S. Army, in World War II; elected mayor of Haw- 
thorne in 1940 at the age of 27; served in the California State Assembly, 1943-51; elected 
Lieutenant Governor of California, 1958, reelected in 1962; regent of University of Cali- 
fornia 1959-67; member of the board of trustees of the California State Colleges, 1961-67; 
member (chairman 3 years) State Lands Commission, 1959-67; former member of the 
Commission of the Californias; former member and first chairman of the California Coun- 
cil on Urban Growth; past chairman of the California Interstate Cooperation Commission; 
member of American Legion, DAV, AMVETS, Elks, Kiwanis, Native Sons of Golden 
West, Redmen, Hawthorne Chamber of Commerce; married Lee Dutton; three children: 
Melinda, Evan, and Glenn Michael; elected to 91st Congress November 5, 1968; reelected 
to each succeeding Congress; member: House Public Works and Transportation and Mer- 
chant Marine and Fisheries Committees; Congressional Port Caucus, Congressional Ship- 
yard Coalition, Congressional Travel and Tourism Caucus, Housing Caucus and Human 
Rights Caucus; co-chairman, Maritime Caucus. 

Office Listings 

2329 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0532 225-6676 

Administrative Assistant. Jeremiah F. Bresnahan. 

Appointment Secretary. Jessica Kleppinger. 
300 Long Beach Boulevard, Long Beach, CA 90801 , ... (213) 437-7665 

District Administrator. Boyd Kifer. 

Executive Assistant. Ann Ramirez. 



o *i. Al 8"!? Cowrty: Cities of Hawaiian Gardens and Lakewood; pan* of BcUflower, Downey, and Uwg Bachj and 
the Harbor City, San Pedro, and Wilmington sections of the city of Los Angele*. Population ($80), 527,814. 



ty'SJ?? 06 (Pa*). 90710-17, 90731 (part), 90732 (part), 90733-34, 90744, 90748, 90800 (part), 
90801, 90804 (parQ, 90806 (part), 90807 (part), 90808 (part), 90810 (parVN&13, 90815 (part), 90822 



THIRTY-THIRD DISTRICT 

Republican, of Claremont, CA: bom in Kansas City, MO, July 5, 

, ,i emi A a ^P ^ P' A - < cum llso *4 Political setenoe, W3 L Claremont 

Graduate School, M.A., American Government, 1976; Winston & Churchill Fellow: Phi 
8 ^L ^S^ d ? ctor corrx>rate relations, Oarcmont McKeama College, 1975-78; 
member: board of governors, James Madison Society; Republican State Central Commit- 
2d 0,2? f ? Ma; J :os A ??t-r ^ own t^ Qs namd ^fcfcKwEng Young Man of America 
Srl^T^f *i S U ^ g CS iS rma ?U 76 "*- 1978; **or, SUrketmg and government 
SS^V ^"fyl % dr S?^ nS ' 1979 -8; vice President, Dreier DevelopiSent, 1985- 
present; elected to the 97th Congress, November 4, 1980; reelected to each succeeding 
Congress. 



CALIFORNIA 102d Congress 39 

Office Listings 

411 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0533 225-2305 

Administrative Assistant. Bradley W. Smith. 

Legislative Director Vince Randazzo. 

Scheduler/Projects. Carol Maltman. 
112 North Second Avenue, Covina, CA 91723 (818) 339-9078 

Field Representative. Mark Harmsen (714) 592-2857 



Los Angeles County: Cities of Big Pines, Bradbury, Claremont, Covina, Diamond Bar, Duarte, Glendora, Hacienda 
Heights, La Habra Heights, La Mirada, La Verne, Littlerock, Llano, Los Nietos, Pearblossom, Pomona, Rowland 
Heights, San Dimas, Walnut, and Whittier, Population (1980), 525,880. 

ZIP Codes: 90601 (part), 90602-03, 90604 (part), 90605, 90607-08, 90631 (part), 90632, 90637, 90638 (part), 91010, 
91350 (part), 91351 (part), 91706 (part), 91711, 91722-24, 91740, 91745, 91748 (part), 91750, 91765-69, 91773, 91789, 
93510, 93543 (part), 93544, 93550 (part), 93553, 93563 K 



THIRTY-FOURTH DISTRICT 

ESTEBAN EDWARD TORRES, Democrat, of West Covina, CA; born in Miami, 
AZ, January 27, 1930; moved to East Los Angeles in 1936 and attended public schools; 
graduated from James A. Garfield High School in 1949; studied under GI Bill, Los Ange- 
les Art Center, 1953; East Los Angeles College, 1959; California State University at Los 
Angeles, 1963, education; post graduate studies, University of Maryland, 1965, economics; 
American University, 1966, international relations; Honorary Doctorate Degree, National 
University, San Diego, 1987; married the former Arcy Sanchez of Los Angeles, January 
22, 1955; five children: Carmen (Ms. Raul Garcia), Rena, Camille, Selina, and Esteban; 
enlisted in U.S. Army, 1949; honorably discharged as a Korean conflict veteran in 1953 
(stationed in Germany) with the rank of sergeant first class; employed by the Chrysler 
Corp., Los Angeles, 1954; elected chief shop steward, 1958, United Auto Worker's UAW 
Local 230; appointed UAW organizer western region 6; appointed international represent- 
ative, UAW, Washington, DC, office, 1963; director, UAW Inter- American Bureau for 
Caribbean and Latin American Affairs, 1964-68; returned to Los Angeles, cofounded the 
East Los Angeles Community Union TELACU; served as chief executive officer, 
TELACU, 1968-74; member, Los Angeles County Commission on Economic Develop- 
ment, 1970-72; commissioner, Mexican American Education Commission, 1970-72; presi- 
dent, Congress Mexican American Unity, 1969-70; president, Plaza de la Raza Cultural 
Center, 1973; vice president, National Congress for Community Economic Development, 
1974; board of visitors, School of Architecture, UCLA, 1973-74; resigned TELACU; 
candidate for U.S. Congress, 30th Congressional District, 1974, San Gabriel Valley, CA; 
consultant, Committee to Incorporate East Los Angeles; member, Citizens National Com- 
mittee on Broadcasting, 1975; appointed by UAW President Leonard Woodcock as assist- 
ant director of UAW International Affairs Department, Washington, DC; delegate and 
consultant to international trade union conferences, Latin America and Western Europe; 
delegate to IMF Central Committee meetings, Geneva, Switzerland; consultant, U.S. 
Congress Office of Technology Assessment, 1976; Presidential appointment and U.S. 
Senate confirmation as U.S. Permanent Representative to United Nations Educational, 
Scientific, and Cultural Organization [UNESCO], with rank of Ambassador, Paris, 
France, 1977; chairman, Geneva Group, 1978; delegate and vice president to UNESCO 
General Conference, Paris, 1978; elected to UNESCO Executive Board, 1978; appointed 
special assistant to President Jimmy Carter; Director, White House Office of Hispanic Af- 
fairs, 1979; affiliations include: trustee, American College in Paris; trustee, Florida Inter- 
national University School of Business and Organizational Sciences; U.S. Commission for 
UNESCO; U.S. Committee for UNICEF; Pan-American Development Foundation; Vet- 
erans of Foreign Wars, VFW Post 6315, Pico Rivera, CA; elected to the 98th Congress, 
November 2, 1982; reelected to each succeeding Congress; chairman, Congressional His- 
panic Caucus, 1987; appointed official observer, Geneva Anns Reduction Talks, 1986-90; 
Democratic Deputy Whip. 

Office Listings 

1740 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0534 225-5256 

Administrative Assistant. Robert M. Alcock. 

Executive Assistant. -Mary Ann Bloodworth. 
Suite 101, 8819 Whittier Boulevard, Pico Rivera, CA 90660 (213) 695-0702 

District Manager. Letitia Hernandez. 



40 Congressional Directory CALIFORNIA 

Los Angeles County: Communities of Artesia, Baldwin Park, Bassett, E**t Whtttwrr, Hmoenda Heights, Industry LA 
Pucnte, Los Nietos, Norwalk, Pico Rivera, Rowland Heights, Santa Fe Springs, South El Monte, South WhStier 
Valinda, and West Covina. Population (1980), 526,321. ' 

ZIP Codes: 90601 (part), 90604 (part), 90606, 90609-10, 90650-52, 90660, 90670-7 1, 9O7O! (part), 90702, 91706 (narrt 
91733 (part), 91744, 91746-47/91748 (part), 91749, 91790-93 *'"<part), 



THIRTY-FIFTH DISTRICT 

JERRY LEWIS, Republican, of Redlands, CA; a lifelong resident of southern Califor- 
nia, born October 21, 1934; attended San Bernardino public schools; graduated, San Ber- 
nardino High School, 1952; B.A., UCLA, 1956; graduate intern in public affairs, Coro 
Foundation; life underwriter; former member, San Bernardino School Board; served in 
California State Assembly, 1968-78; married to Arlene Willis; seven children; elected to 
the 96th Congress, November 7, 1978; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2312 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0535 225-5861 

Administrative Assistant. Arlene Willis. FAX- 225-6498 

Associate Staff/Appropriations Committee. -Letitia S. Hoadley. 

Press Secretary. Dave LesStrang. 
Suite 104, 1826 Orange Tree Lane, Redlands, CA 92373 (714) 862-6030 

District Representative. Marilyn F. Glick. 









THmTY-SDCIH DISTRICT 



.. 

Office Listings 

2188 lUyburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0536 225 filfil 

Administrative Assistant Peter F. DidisheinL * VJA - w ?-* ................... 225-6161 



. 

Legislative Assistant. Maria Padian. 
Assistant. Ruth 



CALIFORNIA 102d Congress 41 

Riverside County: Census tracts: 301-305, 308, 309, 314.02, 315.02, 316, 401-405, 410-413, 422.02, 422.O3, 423; partial 
census tracts: 313 (all except blocks 302, 303, 309, 310, 319-324), 314.01 (all except blocks 402-405, and block 
group 5, and portions of block 407 west of Marshall Street and its southern extension to the Riverside Freeway); 
315.01 (all except blocks 109, 113, 115, and block group 2 excluding blocks 211 and 212); 406.01 (all except blocks 
217-223, 226, and 227). SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY: Census tracts: 10-12, 14-16, 18, 23-26, 28-70, 74.01, 75-77; 
partial census tracts* 3, 4, 6.01, 17, and 21, all have portions in the city of Ontario; 13, portions not in the city of 
Rancho Cucamonga; 20, portions in the city of Fontana; 22, portions in the cities of Fontana and Ontario, 27, 



portions in the city of Rialto, except for the noncontiguous portion; 71, an except portions south of Fern Street and 
its southwesterly extension to an intersection within the city limits of Grand 



, . Terrace and portions in the city of 

Grand Terrace, 72, all except portions in the city of Loma Linda and blocks 324 and 326 and the portion of block 
401 in the city of Redlands; 73, portions in the cities of Colton and San Bernardino; 74.02, all except the 
unincorporated portions of block groups 1-3; 79, 101, and 102.02, all have portions in the city of San Bernardino. 
Population (1980), 525,949. 

ZIP Codes: 91743, 91761-62, 92315 (part), 92316, 92322, 92324 (part), 92335 (part), 92336, 92346 (part), 92369 (part), 
92376 (part), 92388 (part), 92400-01, 92403-05, 92407-11, 92501-O2, 92503 (part), 92504 (part), 92505 (part), 92506 
(part), 92507 (part), 92508-09, 92513-18 



THIRTY-SEVENTH DISTRICT 

ALFRED A. (AL) McCANDLESS, Republican, of La Quinta, CA; born in Brawley, 
CA, July 23, 1927; attended Los Angeles City school system; B.A., political science, 
public administration, UCLA, 1951; graduate, General Motors Institute, Flint, MI, certifi- 
cate in dealership management; served in the U.S. Marine Corps, 1945-46, in the Pacific, 
China, and Japanese occupation; served in the Korean theater, released with the rank of 
captain, 1950-52; business executive, General Motors auto-truck dealership, Indio, CA, 
1953-75; member, Riverside County Board of Supervisors, 1971-82, chairman, 4 years; 
founding member, South Coast Air Quality Management District, 1975-82, chairman, 
1975-81; member, Riverside County Housing Authority, chairman, 1974-82; founding 
member: Sunline Transit Agency, chairman 1977-82, and Coachella Valley Association of 
Governments; member, executive committee and board of directors, County Supervisors 
Association of California, 1971-74; past president, Indio Rotary Club; honorary life 
member, Indio Chamber of Commerce; member, Greater Riverside Chamber of Com- 
merce; married to the former Gail W. Glass; five adult children: Cristina, Alfred A. II, 
Craig, Blaine, and Ward; elected on November 2, 1982 to the 98th Congress; reelected to 
each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2422 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0537 225-5330 

Administrative Assistant, Signy S.S. Ellerton. 

Appointment Secretary, Patricia V. Rinaldi. 

Legislative Director. William P. Binzel. 
Suite 165, 6529 Riverside Avenue, Riverside, CA 92506 (714) 682-7127 

District Representative. Ted Weggeland. ,, ^ ^ ^^^ 

Suite A-7, 74-075 El Paseo, Palm Desert, CA 92260 (619) 340-2900 



Riverside County: That part not contained in the Thirty-sixth District Population (1980), 526,003. 

ZIP Codes: 91718-20, 91752, 91760, 92201, 92210, 92220, 92223, 92225, 92230, 92234 ,92236, . 92239-40, 92253-54, 
92258 92260 (part), 92261-64, 92266, 92269-70, 92272, 92274 (part), 92275-76, 92282, 92302, 92305-06, 92318, 
92320, 92327 <jrt)' 92330. 92343-14, 92348-49, 92353-54, 92360% 92367 92370 92380-81, 92383, 92387, 92388 
(part), 92390, 92395-96, 92503 (part), 92504 (part), 92505 (part), 92506 (part), 92507 (part), 92519 



THIRTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT 



ROBERT K. DORNAN, Republican, of Garden Grove, CA; born in New York City, 
April 3, 1933; Loyola High School, Los Angeles, CA, 1946-50; Loyola University, Los 
Angeles, 1950-53; served MI the U.S. Air Force, 1953-58, fighter pilot (world's first super- 
sonic wing)- broadcaster-journalist and combat photographer in Vietnam-Laos-Cambodia, 
commercial* pilot, helicopter pilot, TV producer; won two Emmys, 1968-69, for hosting 
4-hour, live, daily "Tempo" show, KHJ-TV; produced and hosted "The Robert K. 
Dornan Show", KTLA-TV, 1969-73; active in civil and human rights; POW/MIA ac- 
tivities, originator of POW bracelet; member; American Legion, Reserve Officers Asso- 



42 Congressional Directory CALIFORNIA 

elation- Association of Former Intelligence Officers, Air Force Association, Navy 
Leacue Knights of Columbus, and numerous other civic and fraternal organizations; mar- 
ried to theformer Sallie Hansen; five children: Robm Mane Griffin, Robert Kenneth II, 
Theresa Ann Cobban, Mark Douglas, and Kathleen Regina; eight grandchildren: Richard 
K Cobban, Tara K. Cobban, Kevin Gary Griffin, Colin Robert Griffin, Anna Victoria 
Cobban, Erin Mary Griffin, Haley Olivia Dornan, and Robert . K. Dornan III; member, 
Committee on Armed Services; California State co-chairman, Bush for President; Select 
Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control; elected from the 27th District of California 
to the 95th Congress, November 2, 1976; reelected to the 96th and 97th Congresses; elect- 
ed from the 38th District of California to the 99th Congress on November 6, 1984; re- 
elected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

301 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0538 225-2965 

Chief of Staff. Paul C. Morrell. FAX: 225-3694 

Legislative Director.- Joe Eule. 

Office Manager/Scheduler. Diana Merrifield. 
Suite 360, 300 Aficante Plaza, Garden Grove, CA 92642 (714) 971-9292 

District Office Manager. Patricia Fanelli. 



LM Angeles County: City of Cerritos. ORANGE COUNTY: Cities of Anaheim (west and north-*outh Anaheim Stadium- 
Disneyland corridor), Buena Park, Garden Grove, Santa Ana, Stanton, and Westminster (north of San Diego 
Freeway). Population (1980), 525,825. 

ZIP Codes: 90620, 90621 (part), 90622-23, 90680, 90701 (part), 90703, 92640 (part). 92641-45, 92655 (part), 92683 
(part), 92684, 92701 (pait)T92702, 92703 (part), 92704 (part), 92705 (partX 92706 (part), 92707 (part), 92801 (part), 
92802 (part), 92804 (part), 92815 



THIRTY-NINTH DISTRICT 

WILLIAM E. DANNEMEYER, Republican, of Fullerton, CA; born in Los Angeles, 
CA, September 22, 1929; attended Trinity Lutheran School, Los Angeles; graduated from 
Long Beach Poly High School, 1946; Santa Maria Junior College, 1946-47; B.A,, Valpar- 
also University, Valparaiso, IN, 1950; J.D., Hastings Law School, University of Califor- 
nia, Berkeley, 1952; served in the U.S. Array, Counter Intelligence Corps, 1952-54; 
lawyer; admitted to the California Bar in 1953 and commenced practice in Santa Barbara, 
CA, in 1955; member, California State Assembly, 1963-66 and 1976-77; deputy district 
attorney, 1955-57; assistant city attorney, Fullerton, CA, 1959-62; municipal court judge 
pro tern, 1966-76; superior court judge pro tern, 1966-76; selected by Fullerton Junior 
Chamber of Commerce as Outstanding Young Man of the Year, 1965; member: Lutheran 
Church; Orange County Bar Association; board of directors, Orange County Chamber of 
Commerce; California State Republican Central Committee; Orange County Republican 
Central Committee; California Republican Assembly; member, board of directors of 
Southern California District of the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod; member, board of 
directors of Orange County Lutheran High School; president, 1972-76; awards: Guardian 
of Small Business and Watchdog of the Treasury; member, Committee on Energy and 
Commerce; serves on Subcommittees: Health and the Environment, Energy and Power 
and Commerce, Consumer Protection and Competitiveness; married to the former Evelyn 
Hoemann, 1955; three children: Bruce, Kim, and Susan; elected to the 96th Congress, No- 
vember 7, 1978; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listing* 

2234 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, PC 20515-0539 225-41 1 1 

Administrative Assistant. Linda Gieck. 

Executive Assistant. Emily Schruhl 
Suite 100, 1235 North Harbor Boulevard, Fullerton, CA 92632 {714) 992-0141 

AdmfnistrattVfc Assistant. Wendy Lee. 

Special Assistant Brett Bftrbre. 



CALIFORNIA 102d Congress 43 

ZIP Codes: 90621 (part), 90631 (part), 90633, 90638 (part), 92601, 92613, 92621-22, 92631-35, 92640 (part), 92664-66, 
92667 (part), 92668-70, 92680 (part), 92686, 92705 (part), 92800, 92801 (part), 92802 (part), 92803, 92804 (part), 
92805-08792812, 92814, 92816-17 



FORTIETH DISTRICT 

CHRISTOPHER COX, Republican, of Newport Beach, CA; born in St. Paul, Ramsey 
County, MN, October 16, 1952; attended St. Gregory's School, St. Paul, MN, 1957-66; 
graduated, St. Thomas Academy, St. Paul, MN, 1970; B.A., University of Southern Cali- 
fornia, Los Angeles, 1973; J.D., Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA, 1977; M.B.A., 
Harvard Business School, Boston, MA, 1977; attorney; admitted to the California Bar in 
1978 and commenced practice in Los Angeles; law clerk, U.S. Court of Appeals, San 
Francisco, CA, and Honolulu, HI, 1977-78; associate, Latham and Watkins, Newport 
Beach, CA, 1978-84; cofounder, Context Corporation, St. Paul, MN, 1984-86; partner, 
Latham and Watkins, Newport Beach, CA, 1984-86, senior associate counsel to the Presi- 
dent, The White House, 1986-88; member: Republican Associates, California Republican 
Assembly, Rotary Club of Orange County; elected November 8, 1988, to the 101st Con- 
gress. 

Office Listings 

510 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-4)540 225-5611 

Chief of Staff. Jan Fujiwara. 

Scheduler/Secretary. Linda Hanson. ,,^ ^ 

Suite 430, 4000 MacArthur Boulevard, Newport Beach, CA 92660 (714) 644-4040 

District Representative. James Fournier. 

Senior Stan Assistant. Karen Luethke. 



Oranae County: That part not contained in the Thirty-eighth, Thirty-ninth, Forty-second, and Forty-third Districts, 

deludes CoVona del Mar, Costa Mesa, B Tore, Fountain Valley, Huntington Beach ^\l*WlgW**ffi> 

Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Newport Beach, Orange, Santa Ana, and Tustm. Population (1980), 526,171. 

ZIP Codes: 92615, 92625-28, 92630 
92676, 92677 (part), 92679 (part v 
(part), 92706 (part), 92707 (part) 



FORTY-FIRST DISTRICT 

BILL LOWERY, Republican, of San Diego, CA; born in San Diego, CA, May 2, 
1947- attended San Diego public schools; graduated, Point Loma High School, 1965; San 
Diego State University, 1965-69; small businessman; partner, The California Groups; 
twice selected by San Diego Jaycees as one of San Diego's Most Outstanding Young 
SSTaWMland 1982); chairman of Congressional Advisory Board to the Future Business 
Laden i of America; member: U.S. Fleet Reserve Association (honorary); California State 
Republican Central Committee; San Diego County Central Committee; council liaison to 
CaTifornta Unified Port District: Commission of the Californians; California League of 
Cities; National League of Cities; vice chairman, California Water Foundation; chapman, 
San Diego School Finance Task Force; founder and chairman, CaMornia Concord 
Group; Sltn Diego City Council, 1977-80; deputy mayor San Diego, ^ g^ Crty 
Club of San Diego; Urban League of San Diego; Navy League; Friends of Handicapped 
Children- San Diego County Boy Scouts Council; Audubon Society; Our Lady of the 
Sacred * Heart Parish; member: Grace Caucus, Republican Study and Republican Policy 
r the ^Travel and Tourism Caucus, the Environment and Energy Study Con- 
Congressional Coalition for Soviet Jewry and the Congressional Caucus for 

Jews- married to the former Kathleen Brown, 1968; two daughters: Ashley 
^&^^Mb, and one son, Thomas Harrington; elected to the 97th Con- 

ember 4, 1980; reelected to each succeeding Congress; member, House Com- 
mittee on Appropriations. 



44 Congressional Directory CALIFORNIA 

Office Listings 

2433 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0541 225-3201 

Administrative Assistant. Mark Strand. 

Legislative Director. Elizabeth Dawson. 

Press Secretary. Tina Kreisher. 
880 Front Street, San Diego, CA 92188 (619) 231-0957 

District Director. Karl Higgins. 



City and County of San Diego (central and north portions): City communities of Balboa Park, Clairemont, College 
Or"e (art); Del MarTcSmtville, Hillcrest (part), La Joll^ Linda Vwta (part), Miramar, Mira Mesa, MisaiSn 
Valley (part). Mission Village, Morena (part), Navajo, Normal Heights (part). North City West, North Park (part), 
Ocean Beach, Pacific Beach, Point Loma, Rancho Bernardo, Rancho Penasquitos, Rancho San Diego State area, 
Santa Fe (part), Scripps, Solano Beach (part), Sorrento, Tierrasanta, University of California, San Diego, Universi- 
ty City. Population (1980), 526,012. 

ZIP Codes: 92007 (part), 92014 (part), 92021 (part), 92037, 9204O (part), 92041, 92065 (part), 92066, 92071, 92075 
(part), 92101 (part)T92104 (part), 92106, 92108-10, 92111 (part), 92115 (part), 92116 (part), 92117, 92119-22, 92123 
(part), 92124, 92126-31, 92138, 92145 



FORTY-SECOND DISTRICT 

DANA ROHRABACHER, Republican, of Long Beach, CA; born in Coronado, CA, 
on June 21, 1947; graduated Palos Verdes High School, CA, 1965; attended, Los Angeles 
Harbor College, Wilmington, CA, 1965-67; B.A., Long Beach State College, CA, 1969; 
M.A., University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 1975; writer/journalist; speech- 
writer and Special Assistant to the President, The White House, Washington, D.C., 1981- 
88; Assistant Press Secretary, Reagan/Bush Committee, 1980; reporter, City News Serv- 
ice/Radio News West and editorial writer, Orange County Register, 1972-80; elected on 
November 8, 1988, to the 101st Congress and reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

1039 Lon^worth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0542 225-2415 

Administrative Assistant/Legislative I>irector.~-R.ichard T. (Rick) 

Dykema. FAX: 225-0145 

Chief of Staff. Gary Curran. 
Communications Director. Larry Hart. 

Suite 100, 4332 Cerritos Avenue, Los Alamitos, CA 90720 (213) 430-3611 

(714) 761-0517 

Suite 306, 2733 Pacific Coast Highway, Torrance, CA 90505 (213) 325-0668 

District Director. Kathleen M. Hollingsworth. 



Los A 



s Agele County: Communities of Lomita, Palos Verdes Estates, Rancho Palo* Verde*, Rolling HttU, Rolling Hill* 
Estates, Signal Hill, Long Beach (part), San Pedro (part), and Torranoe (part). ORANGE COUNTY: Commiinftie* of 
Cypress, La Fauna, Los Alamitos, Seal Beach (including Leisure WorldVHumijngtGn Beach (part), Westminster 
(part), and the unincorporated areas of Rossmoor and Sunset Beach. Population (1980), 524,346. 

^^' 90503 - 5 ' *>509-10, 90621 (part), 90630, 90720-21, 90731 (part), 9O732 

<P"0> 9&09. 90S14, 



FORTY-THIRD DISTRICT 

^ACaKATO, Republican, of Carlsbad, CA; bora in Meridian, ID, on January 19, 
tended Meridian elementary school; graduated, Meridian High School, 1948; at- 
rw "ilk* 1 YoUn S University, Provo, UT, 1948-50; Portland State University, Port- 
i^eS ' 2? v D - M - D - University of Oregon Dental School, Portland, OR, 1953-57; 
U.S. Navy Dental Corps, 1957-59; dentist; Carlsbad School District Board, 1960-72; di^ 

srss?srs 



il ~' e 

PoHc^Jm^tt X ^ ranSlt Dlst P ct J Jan Diego Association for Government; Coastal 
Policy Committee and Transportation Policy Committee; California League of Cities; 



CALIFORNIA 



102d Congress 45 



president, San Diego Division of the League of California Cities; Mormon Church; mar- 
ried to the former Jean Sorenson; seven children: Chris, Debbie, Jeff, Vicki, Scott, Lisa, 
and Theresa; elected on November 2, 1982, to the 98th Congress; reelected to each suc- 
ceeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

434 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0543 225-3906 

Administrative Assistant. David Coggin. 

Legislative Director. Ray Mock. 

Office Manager/Personal Secretary. Suzanne Davis. 
Suite 105, 2121 Palomar Airport Road, Carlsbad, CA 92009 (619) 438-0443 

District Representative. John Weil. 
Suite 204, 629 Camino de los Mares, San Clemente, CA 92672 (714) 496-2343 

District Representative. Michael Eggers. 



Orange County: Census tracts- 320.02, 320.03, 320.06, 32008-10, 320.12-15, 421.01-04, 422.01, 422.02, 423.10-14, 
524.09, and 524.11; partial census tracts: 32007 (all except block group 3 and blocks 237, 244, and 252-260), 423,03 
(portions in the city of San Juan Capistrano), 524 08 (unincorporated portion southeast of the city of Irvine city 
limits except blocks 227, 314-318, and 325), and 524.10 (unincorporated portions southeast of the city of Irvine city 
limits). SAN DIEGO COUNTY: Census tracts. 171.02, 174.01, 174.02, 175-177, 178.01, 178.03, 178.04, 179-183, 183.99, 
184, 185.01, 185.02, 18504-06, 186.01, 186.03-05, 187, 188, 189.01, 189.02, 190, 191.01, 191.02, 192.01 192.02, 193- 
199, 200.02-05, 201.01, 201.02, 202.01-05, 203.01-03, 205, 206.01, and 206.02; partial census tracts: 170.16 (portions 
not contained in the Forty-first District), 171.01 and 173.02 (portions not contained in the Forty-first District), 204 
(portions not contained in the Forty-first District), 207.01 (portions not contained in the Forty-fifth District), 
207.03 (all except portions in the city of San Diego and the unincorporated parts of blocks 908, 916, 917, 928, and 
930), and 207.04 (portions not contained in the Forty-fifth District). Population (1980), 526,034 

ZIP Codes: 92003, 92007 (part), 92008 (part), 92009, 92014 (part), 92024-28, 92054-56, 92059-61, 92065 Cpart), 92067- 
69, 92075 (part), 92082-84, 92624, 92629, 92630 (part), 92672, 92675, 92677 (part), 92678, 92679 (part), 92688, 92690, 
92691 (part), 92692-93 



FORTY-FOURTH DISTRICT 

RANDALL "DUKE" CUNNINGHAM, Republican, of Chula Vista, CA; born in Los 
Angeles, CA, December 8, 1941; Graduated Shelbina High School, Shelbina, MO; Uni- 
versity of Missouri, B.S. in education, 1964, and M.S. in education, 1965; coached swim 
teams at Hinsdale and at the University of Missouri, training 36 All Americans, 2 Olym- 
pic gold and silver medalists; member: Naval Aviation Hall of Fame, 1986-present; 
Golden Eagles, 1985-present; Miramar Aviation Hall of Fame, 1974-present; American 
Fighter Aces Association, 1972-present; author of "Fox Two," on his experiences as a 
naval aviator, and produced "Top Gun The Story Behind the Story" video about his 
career as a fighter pilot instructor at Miramar NAS; joined the Navy at the age of 25 and 
became one of the most highly decorated fighter pilots in the Vietnam war; retired in 
1987 with the rank of commander; married the former Nancy Jones; three children: Ran- 
dall Todd, April, and Carrie; elected to the 102d Congress, November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

DC 20515-0544 225-5452 



1017 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, 
Chief of Staff. Frank C. Collins III. 



Legislative Director.W. Lindsay Lloyd III. 

Appointment Secretary. Dawn Igler. 

Press Secretary. Frank Purcell. 
Suite 220, 3450 College Avenue, San Diego, CA 92115 (619) 287-8851 

District Director.- BJ. "Tex" Burkett. ^ 

Suite A, 430 Davidson Street, Chula Vista, CA 91910 (619) 691-1166 



City of San Diego: In part of in whole the communities of Centre City, Chollas Park, City Heights, East Encantp, 
Lmda VistaVMission Hills, Montezuma, Normal Heights, North Park, Otay Mesa, Paradise HUls, Rolando 
Redwood: San Ysidro, Serra Mesa, South Park, Southeast San Diego, and West Encanto. Also in part or in whole 
e crtSeTofChula Vista, LemonGrove, and National City and te unincorporated communities of Castle Park, 
Montgomery, and Spring Valley. Population (1980), 525,886. 



46 Congressional Directory CALIFORNIA 

ZIP Codes: 92010, 92011 (part), 92012, 92045, 92047, 92050, 92073, 92077 (part), 92101 (part). 92102, 92103 (parrt 
92104 (pan), 92105, 92111 (part), 92113-14, 92115 (part), 92116 (part), 92123 (part), 92133-34, 92136, 92139-40 
92154 (part), 92188-89 



FORTY-F1FTH DISTRICT 

DUNCAN HUNTER, Republican, of Coronado, CA; born in Riverside, CA; May 31, 
1948; attended Pedley Public Schools; graduated, Rubidoux High School, 1966; J.D.! 
Western State University, 1976; first lieutenant, U.S. Army, airborne, 1969-71; trial 
lawyer; admitted to the California Bar in 1976 and commenced practice in San Diego; 
member: Baptist Church; Navy League; married to the former Lynne Layh, 1973; two 
sons: Duncan Duane and Robert Samuel; elected to the 97th Congress, November 4, 
1980; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

133 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0545 225-5672 

Administrative Assistant/Press Secretary. John Palafoutas, FAX: 225-0235 

Office Manager/Appointment Secretary. Melinda Patterson. 
Legislative Director. Victoria Middleton. 

366 South Pierce Street, El Cajon, CA 92020 (619) 579-3001 

Suite G, 1101 Airport Road, Imperial, CA 92251 (619) 353-5420 

825 Imperial Beach Boulevard, Imperial Beach, CA 92032 (619) 423-3011 



Imperial County. San Diego County: The eastern and northern portions of the county including the communities of 
Alpine, Borrego Springs, El Cajon, Julian, Lakeside, La Mesa, Poway, Ramona, and Samel SAN DIEGO CITY: 

CofonSo^^ f to<Sho 



ZIP Codec 91901-06, 91908, 91913, 91916-17, 91932-35, 91941-44 91948 91962-63 
92019-22, 92025, 92036, 92040, 92053, 92060-61, 92064-66 792070-72:92074 92082 



COLORADO 102d Congress 47 

COLORADO 

(Population, 1980 census, 2,889,726) 

SENATORS 

TIMOTHY E. WIRTH, Democrat, of Boulder, CO; born in Santa Fe, NM, on Sep- 
tember 22, 1939; grew up in Denver and Jefferson Counties, CO; A.B., history, Harvard 
College, Cambridge, MA, 1961; M.Ed., Harvard Graduate School of Education, 1964; 
Ph.D., education, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, 1973; served in the U.S. Army Re- 
serve, 1961-67; awarded White House Fellowship, 1967-68, and served as special assistant 
to John Gardner, Secretary of HEW; Deputy Assistant Secretary of Education, HEW, 
1969-70; board member, Denver Planned Parenthood and Denver Head Start; executive 
committee, Denver Council on Foreign Relations; Governor's Task Force on Returned 
Vietnam Veterans; married to the former Wren Winslow, 1966; two children: Christopher 
and Kelsey; elected to the 94th Congress, November 5, 1974, and reelected to the five 
succeeding Congresses; elected to the U.S. Senate on November 4, 1986. 

Office Listings 

380 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-0603 224-5852 

Chief of Staff. John Lynn. 

Legislative Director. Rochelle Dornatt. 

Executive Assistant. Roxie Lopez. 

Office Manager. Mary Waltsak. 

1129 Pennsylvania Street, Denver, CO 80203 (303) 866-1900 

1003 Main Street, Grand Junction, CO 81501 (303) 245-8044 

Suite 226, 830 N. Tejon Street, Colorado Springs, CO 80903 (719) 634-5523 

United Bank Building, Suite 850, 201 W. 8th Street, Pueblo, CO 81003 (719) 542-6987 



HANK BROWN, Republican, of Greeley, CO, born in Denver, CO, February 12, 
1940; B.S., University of Colorado, 1961; graduate study in public administration, Univer- 
sity of Colorado, 1962; J.D., University of Colorado, 1969; Master of Law (Tax), George 
Washington University, 1986; accredited as C.P.A., March 1988, lieutenant, U.S. Navy, 
1962-66, including service as a forward air controller in Vietnam; awarded Air Medal 
with two gold stars, Vietnam Service Medal, Naval Unit Citation, and National Defense 
Medal; tax accountant for Arthur Anderson & Co., 1968-69; admitted to the Colorado 
State Bar in 1969; vice president, Monfort of Colorado, 1969-80; Colorado State Senate, 
1972-76; assistant majority leader of State Senate, 1974-76; University of Colorado Out- 
standing Leadership Award, 1961; Distinguished Service Award, Greeley Jaycees, 1972; 
Outstanding Young Men of America, 1972; named one of the "Outstanding Young Men 
in Colorado" by State Jaycees, 1973; 1978 University of Colorado Distinguished Business 
Alumnus Award; Who's Who in Finance and Industry, 1978 and 1979; past service as 
board member of Colorado State University Foundation, U.S. Meat Exporters Federa- 
tion; member, National Cattlemen's Association Foreign Trade Committee; married to the 
former Nan Morrison, Springfield, CO, 1967; three children: Harry, Christy, and Lori; 
elected to the 97th Congress, November 4, 1980; member: Committee on the Judiciary, 
Committee on Foreign Relations, Committee on the Budget; reelected to the four suc- 
ceeding Congresses; elected to the U.S. Senate on November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

1717 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510 224-5941 

Chief of Staff. Bill Brack. 

Administrative Assistant/Press Secretary. Joel D. Kassiday. 

Legislative Director. Roxie Bunis. 

Scheduler/Personal Secretary. Susan V. Riley. 
Suite 2727, 1200 17t Street, Denver, CO 80202 (303) 844-2600 

State Director. Gary D. Hickmon. 

Suite 106, 228 N. Cascade, Colorado Springs, CO 80903 (719) 634-6071 

215 Federal Building, 400 Rood Avenue, Grand Junction, CO 81501 (303) 245-9553 

Suite 201, 1100 10th Street, Greeley, CO 80631 (303) 352-4112 

411 Thatcher, Pueblo CO 81003 (719) 634-6071 



48 Congressional Directory COLORADO 

REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 

PATRICIA SCHROEDER, Democrat, of Denver, CO, born in Portland, OR, July 30, 
1940; educated in public schools; B.A., magna cum laude t Phi Beta Kappa, University of 
Minnesota, 1961; J.D., Harvard Law School, 1964; admitted to Colorado Bar, 1964; field 
attorney, National Labor Relations Board (Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah), 1964-66; 
practicing attorney; lecturer and law instructor, Community College of Denver, 1969-70, 
University of Colorado, Denver Center, 1969, and Regis College, 1970-72; hearing offi- 
cer, Colorado Department of Personnel, 1971-72; former legal counsel, Planned Parent- 
hood of Colorado; co-chair of the Congressional Caucus for Women's Issues; member: 
Environmental Study Conference; Arms Control and Foreign Policy Caucus; Congres- 
sional Clearinghouse on the Future; majority at-large whip; member; Armed Services 
Committee, chairs Military Installations and Facilities Subcommittee; Judiciary Commit- 
tee; Post Office and Civil Service Committee; member: American Bar Association and 
League of Women Voters; married James W. Schroeder, 1962; two children: Scott and 
Jamie; elected to the 93d Congress, November 7, 1972; reelected to each succeeding Con- 
gress. 

Office Listings 

2267 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0601 225-4431 

Administrative Assistant. Daniel Buck. FAX: 225-5842 

Appointment Secretary. Bertha M. Ramlow. 

Press Secretary. Andrea Camp. 
1600 Emerson Street, Denver, CO 80218 (303) 866-1230 

District Administrator. Venita Vinson. 



Adams County: The unpopulated area north of East 56th Avenue, south of But 64th Avenue, and wett of Havana 
Street. ARAPAHOE COUNTY: The two enclaves entirely within the city and county of Denver, Holly Hills, and the 
city of Olendale. CITY AND COUNTY OF DENVER: All, except three small areas composing 14 precincts, m extreme 
southwest Denver, (1) an area south of West Yale Avenue and west of South Sheridan Boulevard; (2) an area 
south of West Jewell Avenue, north of West Harvard, and West of South Sheridan Boulevard; <3> an area south of 
West Oxford Avenue and east of South Newton Street. Population (19*0), 481,628. 



C ? d ^ 8< ? l ? M) l' ^ 202 <***) KBTCMJ7, 80209-11, 80212 (part), 80216-18, 80219 (part), 80220 (part), 80221 
0293,9? (PWt) ' $0223 - 24 ' 80226 ( P art >' 8Q227 <P ftrt > WOO-". 80236-37, 80239780249, 80264-65, 80290, 



SECOND DISTRICT 

- SKAGQS, Democrat, of Boulder, CO; born in Cincinnati, OH, on Febru- 
ary 22, 1943; B.A-, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT, 1964; LL,B.> Yale Law 
School, New Haven, CT, 1967, served in the US. Marine Corps, captain, I96871; U.S. 
Marine Corps Reserves, 1971-77, promoted to major, 1975; attorney; admitted to the 
New York State Bar, 1968, and the Colorado State Bar, 1971, and commenced practice in 
Boulder; administrative assistant to former Congressman Timothy Wirth 1975-77* elected 
to the Colorado House of Representatives, 1980-86; House Minority Leader, 1982-85; 
"^ESi* , 5 orme ; r Laura Leaner, 1987; one son: Matthew; two stepchildren: Clare 
and Will; elected to the 100th Congress on November 4, 1986; reelected to each succeed- 
ing Congress. 



01 aiaii. Stephen Saunders. 
Executive Assistant. Joyce Edelson. 
Press Secretary. Nancy Hughes. 



Office Listings 

Washington, DC 20515-Q6Q2 ,., ...... ... 225-2161 



. 
If^lW Harlan Stt ? ct ' Westminster, CO 8QQ3O ............... , ......... ......... (303) 

District Director, Mitch Stahl (acting). ....... ......... * ; 



COLORADO 



102d Congress 49 



Counties: Boulder, Clear Creek, and Gilpm. ADAMS COUIJTY: Cities of Federal Heights, Northglenn, and Thornton; 
Arvada City (part), Broomfield City (part), and Westnunster City (pan). JEFFERSON COUNTY: Arvada City (part), 
Broomfield City (part), and Westminster City (part). Population (1986), 481,617. 



THIRD DISTRICT 



BEN NIGHTHORSE CAMPBELL, Democrat, of Ignacio, CO; born in Auburn, C A, 
on April 13, 1933; attended New England Mills Grammar School, Weimar, CA; graduat- 
ed, Placer High School, Auburn, CA, 1951; B.A., San Jose State 1957; attended Meyi 
University in Toyko, Japan, as special research student, 1960-64; served in U.S. Air 
Force in Korea, airman second class, 1951-53; jewelry designer who has won more than 
200 first-place and best-of-show awards; rancher who raises, trains, and shows horses; 
All-American in judo, captained the U.S. Olympic Judo Team in 1964 and won the gold 
medalin the Pan-American Games of 1963; elected to Colorado State Legislature in 1982, 
serving 1983-86 on the Agriculture and Natural Affairs and Business and Labor Commit- 
tees- appointed advisor to the Colorado Commission on International Trade and Colorado 
Commission on the Arts and Humanities; voted by colleagues one of "Ten Best Legjsla; 
tors- in the Denver Post-News Center 4 survey, 1984; "1984 Outstanding Legislator 
award from Colorado Bankers Association; inducted into the Council of 44 Chiefs, 
Northern Cheyenne Indian Tribe; member of Durango Chamber of Commerce, American 
qSr Horse y Association, American Paint Horse Association, American ^rangus Asso- 
ciation, Colorado Farm Bureau, American Indian Education Association, Colorado Mote 
Association, Aircraft Owners and Pilot Association, senior _ technical advisor, U.S. Judo 
Avocation married July 23, 1966, to Linda Price; two children: Colin, 21, and Shanan, 
20 e?ected to the U.S. Congress, November 4, 1986; reelected to each succeeding Con- 
gress; appointed to Committees on Agriculture, Interior and Insular Affairs, and Small 
Business. 

Office Listings 

1724 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0603 225-4761 

Administrative Aide. Ken Lane. 
Legislative Director. Dan McAuliffe. 
Press Director. Carol C. Knight. 

Suite^^^r^^ucblo, CO 81002 - g$ 3-9621 

8 & 3 T^ tt ^r^^^^^ 88 35U8 

81620^21781623-26, 81628, 81630-35, 81637-43, 81645-50, 81652-58 



FOURTH DISTRICT 






50 Congressional Directory COLORADO 

~i u A ^ a T^mslative Exchange Council, National Conference of State Legisla- 
mra jJSSS? vStary Medical Association, American Animal Hospital Association 
twes, American vcicjr petitionersCompanion Animal; Loveland Chamber of 
American B ^^^^^^ Elizabeth Malcolm, 1968; children: Christine 

971; elected to the 102d Congress, November 6, 1990. 



Office Listings 

513 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0604 ....................... 225-4676 

Administrative Assistant. Roy Palmer. 
Chief Legislative Assistant. Mark Emerson. 

to 5S23ff&:^^ "- *"- co ' - (303) 493 - 9132 

District Director. Mike Bennett. 



EESsSSrS'&fttetJsaass.iiKi.'SR 

82, 81084, 81087, 81090-92 



FIFTH DISTRICT 

JOEL HEFLEY, Republican, of Colorado Springs, CO; born in Ardmore, OK, on 
April 18 1935: graduated, Classen High School, Oklahoma City, OK, 1953; B.A., Okla- 
homa Baptist University, Shawnee, 1957; M.A., Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, 
1962- Gates Fellow, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1984; executive director, Com- 
munity Planning and Research Council, 1966-86; elected to Colorado State House of 
Representatives, 1977-78; elected to Colorado State Senate, 1979-86; marned to the 
former Lynn Christian, 1961; three children; Janna, Lori, and Juli; elected to the 100th 
Congress on November 4, 1986; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

222 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0605 

Administrative Assistant/Legislative Director. W.C. Scott. FAX: 

Scheduler. Kim Cook. .,*-,, ***< 

2190A Vickers Drive, Colorado Springs, CO 80907 (719) 531-5555 

District Director. Ruth Eck. 
Suite 104, 10394 West Chatfield Avenue, Littleton, CO 80127 (303) 933-0044- 

Office Manager. Angela D'Aurio. 



Counties Chaffec, Doudas, Elbert, El Paso, Lake, Park, and Teller. ARAPAHOE COUNTY: Part of tract* 56.09, 56.10, 
56.15, 56.16, and 67.03. FREMONT COUNTY: That part not contained in the Third District. JEFFEWON COUNTY: 
Census divisions of Central Jefferson, Golden, Northeast Jefferson, South Jefferson, and parts of tracts 98.03, 
117.15, 120.12, 120.13, and 120.19. Population (1980), 481,627. 

ZIP Codes: 80101, 80104, 80106-07, 80111 (part), 80116-18, 80122 (part), 80123 (part), 80131-35, 80154, 80401 (part), 
80402-03, 80419-21, 80425, 80429, 80432-33, 80439 (part), 80440-41, 80448-49, 80453-54, 80456-57, 80461, 80465 
(part), 80470* 80475, 80808-09, 80813-14, 80816-17, 80819-20, 80827, 80829-33, 80835, 80840-41, 80860, 80863-64, 
80866, 80900-01, 80903-11. 80913-22, 80925, 80931-37, 80949, 80960, 80962, 80970, 81201, 81211, 81212 (part), 
81223, 81227, 81233 (part), 81236, 81240 (part), 81242, 81150 (part), 81251 



COLORADO 102d Congress 51 

SIXTH DISTRICT 

DAN SCHAEFER, Republican, of Lakewood, CO; born on January 25, 1936, in Gut- 
tenberg, IA; B.A., Niagara University, Niagara, NY, 1961; public relations consultant, 
1967-83; elected to Colorado General Assembly, 1977-78; elected to Colorado State 
Senate, 1979-83; member: Lakewood Chamber of Commerce, Century Club, Chatfield 
YMCA, Chatfield Jaycees; Honorary Doctor of Laws (1986), Niagara University, Niaga- 
ra, NY; married to the former Mary Lenney, 1959; four children: Danny, Darren, Joel, 
and Jennifer; elected, by special election, on March 29, 1983, to fill the vacancy caused 
by the death of Congressman-elect John L. Swigert; reelected to each succeeding Con- 



Office Listings 

1317 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0606 225-7882 

Administrative Assistant/Press Secretary. Holly Propst. 

Legislative Director. David Eck. 

Press Assistant. Valerie Hart. 
Suite 101, 3615 South Huron Street, Englewood, CO 80110 (303) 762-8890 

District Director. Andree Krause. 



Adams County: That part not contained in the First, Second, and Third Districts. ARAPAHOE COUNTY: That part not 
contained in the First, Fourth, and Fifth Districts. DENVER COUNTY: That part not contained in the Fust District 
SraRSON COUNTY: That part not contained in the Second and Fifth Districts. Population (1980), 481,622. 

ZIP Codes: 80001 (part), 80010-13, 80014 (part), 80015, 80017, 80033-34, 80040-41, 80044-45, 80110 80111 <jjart), 
80112 80120-21 80122 (part), 80123 0^X80124-27, 80150-51, 80160-62, 80165-66, 80212 (part), 80214-15, 80219 
!$ 80220 ^ araJT&S, 80222(part), 80225, 80226 (part), 80227 (part), 80228, 80235-36, 80401 (part), 
80465 (part) 



52 Congressional Directory CONNECTICUT 

CONNECTICUT 

(Population, 1980 cnsus, 3,107,576) 

SENATORS 

CHRISTOPHER J. DODD, Democrat, of East Haddam, CT; born in Willimantic, 
CT May 27, 1944; son of Thomas J. and Grace Murphy Dodd; &**?**<*> G*&*w* 
Preparatory School, 1959-62; B.A., English literature, Providence College, 1963-66; J.D., 
Uriversity of Louisville School of Law, 1970-72; admitted to Connecticut Bar 1973; 
served in U.S. Army, 1969-75; Peace Corps Volunteer, Dominican Republic, 1966-68; 
elected to the 94th Congress, November 5, 1974; reelected to the 95th and 96th Congress- 
es- elected to the U.S. Senate, November 4, 1980, for the 6-year term beginning January 
3 'l981- reelected November 4, 1986, for the 6-year term beginning January 3, 1987; ap- 
Dointed' to Senate Foreign Relations Committee; chairman, Subcommittee on Western 
Hemisphere Affairs; Senate Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee; chairman, 
Subcommittee on Securities; Senate Labor and Human Resources Committee; chairman, 
Subcommittee on Children, Family, Drugs and Alcoholism; Senate Budget Committee; 
Senate Rules Committee. 

Office Listings 

444 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-0702 224-2823 

Administrative Assistant. Jason Isaacson. 

Putna^k7l(^ CT 06901 (203) 24O-3470 

State Director. Stanley Israelite. 



JOSEPH I. LIEBERMAN, Democrat, of New Haven, CT; born in Stamford, CT, on 
February 24, 1942; attended Stamford public schools; bachelors degree from Yale Col- 
lege, 1964; law degree from Yale Law School, 1967; elected to the Connecticut State 
Senate, 1970-80; majority leader, 1974-80; selected one of the State's Top Ten Legislators 
in Connecticut magazine in each of his last three terms; Connecticut's 21st Attorney Gen- 
eral, 1983; reelected in 1986; author of "The Power Broker" (Houghton Mifflin Compa- 
ny, 1966), a biography of the late Democratic Party chairman, John M. Bailey; "The 
Scorpion and the Tarantula'* (Houghton Mifflin Company, 1970), a study of early efforts 
to control nuclear proliferation; "The Legacy" (Spoon wood Press, 1981), a history of 
Connecticut politics from 1930-80; and "Child Support in America** (Yale University 
Press, 1986); married to Hadassah Lieberman; children: Matthew, Rebecca, Ethan, and 
Hana; member: Committee on Environment and Public Works; Governmental Affairs; 
and Small Business; chairman, Subcommittee on Competitiveness and Economic Opportu- 
nity; elected on November 8, 1988 to the U.S. Senate for the 6-year term beginning on 
January 3, 1989. 

Office Listings 

502 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-0703 224-4041 

Administrative Assistant. Michael Lewan. FAX: 224-9750 

Executive Assistant. Carleen Overstreet. 

Legislative Director. William B. Bonvillian. 

Press Secretary. Jim Kennedy. 
One Commercial Plaza, Hartford, CT 06103 (203) 240-3566 

State Director. Sherry Brown. 



REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 

BARBARA B. KENNELLY, Democrat, of Hartford, CT; born in Hartford, July 10, 
1936; daughter of John M. and Barbara Leary Bailey; graduated, Mount St. Joseph Acad- 
emy, West Hartford, CT; B.A., economics, Trinity College, Washington, DC; certificate 



CONNECTICUT 102d Congress 53 

of completion, Harvard-Radcliffe Program in Business Administration, Harvard Business 
School, Cambridge, MA; masters degree in government, Trinity College, Hartford; hon- 
orary doctorates: Sacred Heart University, Bridgeport, CT, 1981; Mount Holyoke Col- 
lege, South Hadley, MA, 1984; University of Hartford, West Hartford, CT, 1985; St. 
Mary's College, Notre Dame, IN, 1986; served: Secretary of the State of Connecticut, 
1979^82; Hartford Court of Common Council, 1975-79; member: board of trustees, Trini- 
ty College, Hartford, CT; member: House Ways and Means Committee and its Subcom- 
mittees on Select Revenue Measures and Human Services; House Permanent Select Com- 
mittee on Intelligence; married James J, Kennelly; four children: Eleanor Bride, Barbara 
Leary, Louise Moran, and John Bailey; elected to the 97th Congress, January 12, 1982; 
reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

204 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0701 225-2265 

Administrative Assistant. Michael Prucker. FAX: 225-1031 

Appointment/Personal Secretary .Emma Lee Harrell. 
One Corporate Center, Hartford, CT 06103 (203) 278-8888 

District Director. Robert Croce. 

District Caseworker. Gerald Martin. 



Hartford County: Towns of Berlin, Bloorafield, East Hartford, East Windsor, Glastonbury, Hartford, Manchester, 
Marlborough, Newmgton, Rocky Hill, South Windsor, West Hartford, Wethersfield, and Windsor. MpDLESEX 
COUNTY- Towns of Cromwell, East Hampton, and Portland. TOLLAND COUNTY: Town of Hebron. Population 
(1980), 516,232. 

ZIP Code*: 06001-02, 06016, 06023, 06025, 06028, 06033, 06037, 06040 (part), 06049, 06067, 06073-74 06088, 06095, 
06101 06103706105-10, 06111 (part), 06112, 06115, 06117-20, 06141-46, 06231 (part), 06248, 06415 (part), 06416, 
06424 (part), 06447, 06456, 06480 



SECOND DISTRICT 

SAM GEJDENSON, Democrat, of Bozrah, CT; born in Eschwege, Germany, in an 
American displaced persons camp, May 20, 1948; attended Fields Memorial School; grad- 
uated Norwich Free Academy, Norwich, 1966; A.S., Mitchell Junior College, New 
London, 1968; B,A., University of Connecticut, Storrs, 1970; farmer; broker, FAI Trad- 
ioff Co chairman, Bozrah Town Committee, 1973; member, Connecticut House of Rep- 
resentatives, 1974-78; member, Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Southeastern Connecticut and 
Bozrah Grange; past member, Norwich Quinebaug Cancer Society; mamed to the former 
Karen Fleming, 1976; one daughter, Mia; and one son, Ari; elected to the 97th Congress, 
November 4, 1980; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2416 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0702 ??<^Q77 

Administrative Assistant. Perry Pockros. * AX: m-* f r 

Press Secretary. Maureen McGuire. 

Scheduler. Jeannie Zulick, , ^ M*_ni *o 

P.O. Box 2000, Norwich, CT 96360 ~ C 203 ) 8*6-0139 

District Director. Naomi Otterness. *A*_I i^ 

90 Court Street, Middletown, CT 06457 < 203 > 346-1123 

(1980), 518,244. 

(part), 06426, 06438-39, 06441-42, 06455, 06457, 06469, 06474-75, 06481, 06498 



54 

THIRD DISTRICT 



Congressional Directory CONNECTICUT 



ROSA I^LAURO ^^^ 

March 2, 'j?""*f ^tj?5 of^Smics, Queen Mary College, London, 1962-63; 
School; attended London School < * ^^ja University, NY, 1966; executive as- 
B.A.; Marymount College, NY, "jSfNei ifcven. 1976-77; executive assistant/develop- 
sistant to ^^^Jf^^^^Tchief of staff, Sen. Christopher Dodd, 
ment administrator, ^^SL^S^ -87, 1987-88; executive director, Emily's List, 
g3 Srto'sSySS three children: Anna, Kathryn, and Jonathan; 
elected to the 102d Congress November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

J27 Qmnon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0703 225-3661 

Administrative Assistant. Paul Fnck. 

Legislative Director. Amy Friend. 

Press Secretary. David Echenbaum. (203) 562 _37 18 

256 Church Street, New Haven, CT 06510 ' 

District Director. Marlene Woodman. 

23* Codes: 06405, 06413, 06417 (part), 06437, 06443, 06460, 06471-73, 06477, 06492, 06497, 06500, 06510-20, 06525 
(part) 



FOURTH DISTRICT 

CHRISTOPHER SHAYS, Republican, of Stamford, CT; bom in Stamford on October 
18 1945- graduated, Darien High School, Darien, CT, 1964; B.A., Pnncipia College, 
Elsah ^, 1968; M.B.A., New York University Graduate School of Business, 1974; 
M P A New York University Graduate School of Public Administration, 1978; member, 
Peace *Corps, Fiji Islands, 1968-70; business consultant; college instructor; realtor execu- 
tive aide Trumbull First Selectman, 1971-72; State representative, Connecticut House of 
Representatives, 1974-87; married Betsi Shays, 1968; one daughter, Jeramy; elected by 
special election, August 18, 1987, to the 100th Congress to fill the vacancy caused by the 
death of Stewart B. McKinney; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

1531 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0704 S^SJJ 

Administrative Assistant/Press Secretary. Betsy Wnght-Hawkmgs. FAX: ZZ5~?oz* 

Executive Assistant. Teryn Weintz. 

2d Floor, 888 Washington Boulevard, Stamford, CT 06901 (203) 357-8277 

10 Middle Street, Bridgeport, CT 06604 (203) 579-5870 

125 East Avenue, Norwolk, CT 06851 (203) 866-6469 



: Town* of Bridgeport, Darien, Fairfield, Greenwich, Nw Canaan, Notwalk, Stamford, 
903, 904 (block^oups 5O1-506, 508-5W, and 525), 905-907), and Wertport. Population (1980), 
518,577. 

ZIP Code* 06430, 06432, 06436, 06490, 06600-02, 066O4-08, 06610, 06611 (part), 06650, 06699, 06807, 06820, 06830- 
31, 06836, 06840. 06850-56, 06870, 06878, 06380-81, 06900-03, 06905-07 



CONNECTICUT 102d Congress 55 

FIFTH DISTRICT 

GARY A. FRANKS, Republican, of Waterbury, CT; born in Waterbury, CT, Febru- 
ary 9, 1953; graduated, Sacred Heart High School, Waterbury, CT, 1971; B.A., sociology, 
Yale University, New Haven, CT, 1975; real estate entrepreneur; president, OAF Realty, 
Waterbury, CT; member: Board of Aldermen, city of Waterbury, 1985-90, Waterbury 
Chamber of Commerce, American Red Cross, Greater Waterbury YMCA, Boys Club of 
America; Conservative Opportunities Society; married to the former Donna Williams, 
1990; one child: Azia, 6; elected to the 102d Congress, November 6, 1990; member: Con- 
gressional Black Caucus, Committee on the Armed Services, Committee on Small Busi- 
ness. 

Office Listings 

329 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0705 225-3822 

Legislative Director. Hugh Mathinsen. FAX: 225-5085 

Office Manager. Nvala Forde. 

Press Secretary. David Boome. 
Room 210, 135 Grand Street, Waterbury, CT 06701 (203) 573-1418 

Chief of Staff. John A. Mastropietro. 



Fairfleld County: Towns of Bethel, Brookfield, Danbury, Easton, Monroe, Newtown, Redding, Ridgefield, Shelton, 
Trumbull (census tracts 901, 902, and 904) (block groups 1, 3, 4, 519, 521-523, 526, and 527), Weston, and Wilton. 
NEW HAVEN COUNTY: Ansoma, Beacon Falls, Bethany, Cheshire, Derby, Menden, Middlebury, Naugatuck, 
Oxford, Prospect, Seymour, Waterbury, and Wolcott. Population (1980), 518,700. 

ZIP Codes: 06401, 06403-04, 06410, 06418, 06440, 06450, 06468, 06470, 06482-84, 06491, 06525 (part), 06611 (part), 
0661^701-02. 06704-06, 06708, 06710! 06712, 06716, 06720-26, 06762, 06770, 06801. 06804-03706810-11, 06813, 
06829, 06875-77, 06883, 06896-97 



SIXTH DISTRICT 

NANCY L. JOHNSON, Republican, of New Britain, CT; born in Chicago, IL, on Jan- 
uary 5, 1935, daughter of Gertrude (Smith) and Noble W. Lee (deceased); attended Un 
versity of Chicago, Laboratory School, 1951; University of Chicago, 1953; B.A., Radchff 
College, cum laude, Cambridge, MA, 1957; attended, University of Ixmdon, {English 
Sneaking Union Scholarship], 1958; elected to the Connecticut State Senate, 1977-82; 
member board of directors, United Way of New Britain; president, Sheldon Community 
Guidance Clinic; Unitarian Universalists Society of New Britain; founding president, 
Friends of New Britain Public Library; member: board of directors, New Britain Bank & 
Trust- New Britain Museum of American Art; adjunct professor [political science], Cen- 
tral Connecticut State College; married Dr. Theodore Herbert Johnson, 1958; three chil- 
dren: Lindsey, Althea, and Caroline; elected on November 2, 1982, to the 98th Congress; 
reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

227 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0706 ....................... 5?^ 

Administrative Assistant. Eric Thompson. frAA: Z^D-^M-SB 

Legislative Director. Ronald Lefrancois. 

Press Secretary. Erin Sweeny. 

Executive Assistant. Becky Relic. 
Suite 200, 480 Myrtle Street, New Britain, CT 06053 ........................................... (203) 223-8412 

Office Manager. Peg Kellen 
276 Hazard Avenue, Enfield, CT 06082 .................................................................. (203) 745-5722 



y Fairfleld County: Towns of New Fairfield and Sherman HARTFORD COUNTY: Towns of Avon, 

^^^' 

Town of Somers. Population (1980> r 517,146. 



s 

06776-79, 06781-87, 06790-91, 06793-96, 06798, 06812 



56 Congressional Directory DELAWARE 

DELAWARE 

(Population. 1980 cenau*, 595,225) 

SENATORS 

WILLIAM V. ROTH, JK., Republican, of Wilmington, DE; born in Great Falls, MT, 
July 22, 1921; educated in public schools; B.A. degree, University of Oregon; M.B.A., 
Harvard Business School; LL.B., Harvard Law School; enlisted as private in U.S. Army 
1943, served in Pacific; Bronze Star, discharged 1946 as captain; married Jane K. Rich- 
ards; two children: William V. Roth III, born October 19, 1966, and Katharine Kellond 
Roth, born August 18, 1969; Episcopalian; member, Delaware and California Bars, admit- 
ted to practice before U.S. Supreme Court; chairman of Delaware Republican State Com- 
mittee, 1961-64; Republican National Committee, 1961-64; elected as U.S. Representa- 
tive-at-Large from Delaware to the 90th Congress November 8, 1966; reelected to the 
91st Congress; elected to the U.S. Senate, November 3, 1970, for the term ending January 
3, 1977; subsequently appointed January 1, 1971; reelected November 2, 1976, November 
2, 1982, and November 2, 1988. 

Office Listings 

104 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-0801 .,.,. 224-2441 

Administrative Assistant John M. Duncan. FAX: 224-2805 

Scheduling Secretary. Elizabeth G. Martin. 
Press Secretary. Verna A. Wilkins. 

3021 Federal Building, 844 King Street, Wilmington, DE 19801 (302) 573-6291 

2215 Federal Building, 300 South New Street, Dover, DE 19901 (302) 674-3308 

2 South Bedford Street, Georgetown, DE 19947 , (302) 856-7690 



JOSEPH R. BIDEN, JR., Democrat, Wilmington, DE; born in Scranton, PA, Novem- 
ber 20, 1942; educated at St. Helena's School, Wilmington, DE, Archmere Academy, 
Claymont, DE; A.B. degree in history and political science, University of Delaware; J.D., 
Syracuse University College of Law; married to Jill Tracy Biden; three children: Joseph 
R. Biden III, born February 3, 1969, Robert Hunter Biden, born February 4, 1970, 
S lazer Blden ' born June 8, 1981; admitted to the bar, December 1968, Wilming- 
ton, DE; engaged in private practice until November 1972; served on New Castle County 
OU ? C1 'J 70 ~ 7 ? ; elected to the U * S ' s ****e, November 1972, for the term ending Janu- 
ary 3, 1979; reelected to U.S. Senate, November 1978, November 1984. and November 
1990; committee assignments: Democratic Steering; Foreign Relations: Judiciary (chair- 
man). 

Office Listings 

221 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-0802 224-5042 

Chief of Staff. Ted Kaufman. PA y ??<i. m ^o 

Legislative Director. Liz Tankersley. Z24-O139 

Appointment Secretary. Marianne Baker 
Press Secretary. Evelyn Lieberman. 

J An^J^^^ l ^^ 44 ^ S *%** w *toington, DE 19801 (302) 573-6345 

J. Allen Frear Budding, 300 South New Street, Dover, DE 19901 

CcntCT * Suitc 108 ' 



Georgetown, DE i W , - : ; (302) 856 _ 9275 



REPRESENTATIVE 

AT LARGE 



DELAWARE 102d Congress 57 

Vietnam Campaign Ribbons; serve in the Naval Air Reserve from 1973 to present, cur- 
rently holding the rank of commander; industrial development specialist in Delaware Di- 
vision of Economic Development, 1975-76; Delaware State Treasurer, 1976-83; Presbyte- 
rian; married to the former Martha Ann Stacy; elected to Delaware's at Large congres- 
sional seat, November 2, 1982; reelected to each succeeding Congress; member of both 
the Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs Committee and the Merchant Marine and Fisher- 
ies Committee since 1983. 

Office Listings 

131 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0801 225-4165 

Administrative Assistant. Ed J. Freel. 

Communications Director. Jeff W. Bullock. 

Legislative Director. Christophe A.G. Tulou. 

5021 J. Caleb Boggs Federal Office Building, 844 King Street, Wilmington, 
DE 19801 (302)573-6181 

Executive Assistant. Carol Ellis. 
J. Allen Frear Federal Building, 300 South New Street, Dover, DE 19901 (302) 736-1666 



ZIP Codes: 19701-03, 19706-08, 19709 (part), 19710-11, 19713-15, 19720, 19730-36, 19801-10, 19850, 19899, 19901- 
03, 19930-31, 19933-34, 19936-39, 19940 (part), 19941-47, 19950-56, 19958, 19960-64, 19966, 19968-71, 19973 
(part), 19975, 19977, 19979-80 



58 Congressional Directory 

FLORIDA 

(Population, 1980 ceiww, 9,746,324) 

SENATORS 

BOB GRAHAM, Democrat, of Miami Lakes, FL; bom in Coral Gables, FL, on No- 
vember 9, 1936; attended public schools in Dade County FL; graduated, Miami High 
School, FL, 1955; B.S., University of Florida, Gainesville, 1959; LL.B., Harvard Law 
School, Cambridge, MA, 1962; lawyer; admitted to the Florida State Bar, 1962; builder 
and cattleman; elected to the Florida State House of Representatives, 1966; elected to the 
Florida State Senate, 1970-78; Governor of Florida, 1979-86; married to the former 
Adele Khoury in 1959; four children: Gwendolyn Patricia, Gtynn Adele, Arva Suzanne, 
and Kendall Elizabeth; elected to the U.S. Senate on November 4, 1986. 

Office LUtings 

241 Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-0903 ,., 224-3041 

Administrative Assistant. Samuel R, Shorstein. TDD: 224-5621 

Legislative Director. Leslie Woolley. 

Press Secretary. Kenneth Klein. 
P.O. Box 3050, Tallahassee, FL 32315 (904) 681-7726 

State Director. Jay Hakes. 

Suite 3145, 101 East Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, FL 33602 (813) 228-2476 

Suite 1715, 44 West Flagler Street, Miami* FL 33130 (305) 536-7293 



CONNIE MACK, Republican, of Cape Coral, FL; born in Philadelphia, PA, on Octo- 
ber 29, 1940; attended St. Francis Xavier School, Fort Myers, FL; graduated, Fort Myers 
High School, 1959; B.A. (marketing), University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, 1966; 
banker, 1966-82; member: Fort Myers Chamber of Commerce, Kiwanis Club, board of 
directors, Palmer Drug Abuse Center, Fort Myers Rotary; appointed to Federal Reserve 
Board (Miami Branch); married to the former Priscilla Hobbs in 1960; two children: 
Debbie and Connie IV; elected on November 2, 1982 to the 98th Congress; reelected to 
each succeeding Congress; elected on November 8 t 1988 to the U>S. Senate for the term 
beginning January 3, 1989. 



Office Liftings 

1-0904 __ . 

FAX: 224-8022 



517 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-0904 224-5274 

Administrative Assistant. Mitch Bainwol. 



Legislative Director. Bob Mottice. 

Suite 1400, 701 Brickell, Miami FL 33131 (305) 530-7100 

Suite 602, 600 North Westshore Boulevard, Tampa, FL 33609 (813) 225-7683 

Room 110, Federal Building, Fort Myers, FL 33901 <813) 275-6252 



REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 

m , Democrat, of Panama City, FL; born in Midland City, AL, May 12, 

1926; attended the public schools; graduated Dale County High School, Ozark, AL, 1945; 
B.S., Troy State University, Troy, AL, 1949 (president, Kappa Delta Pi, Troy State Uni- 
versity); graduate work in broadcasting, Northwestern University, Evanston, XL, 1951; 
served in U.S. Navy, 1944-46; former owner and president, Earl Hutto Advertising 
Agency; founder and former president, WPEX-FM, Pensacoia, FL; former sports direc- 
tor, WEAR-TV, Pensacola, FL, WSFA-TV, Montgomery, At,* and WJHG-TV, 
?S^ a /?2k FL; e l cct ^ d to Florida House of Representatives, 1972 and reelected in 
1986 T*RR ^ a X^k? ldwi B , ul l do % Award > Watchdogs of the Treasury, Inc., 1980, 
1986, 1988, and 1990; Alumnus of the Year Award for Business and Government, Troy 
State Urnvwaty, 1980; Eagle of Freedom Award, American Security Council, 1982-87, 
1990; Guardian of Small Business Award, National Federation of Independent Business, 



FLORIDA 102d Congress 59 

1986, 1988, and 1990; Distinguished Service Award, U.S. Navy League, 1988; Life Values 
Award, American Coalition for Life, 1988; Legislative Award, National Association of 
State Boating Law Administrators, 1988; Nathan Hale Award, Florida Reserve Officers 
Association, 1988; Spirit of Enterprise Award, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, 1989; Baptist 
(deacon, First Baptist Church, Panama City, FL); married to the former Nancy Myers of 
Oviedo, FL; two children: Lori Keeffe and Amelia Ann; elected to the 96th Congress, 
November 7, 1978; reelected to each succeeding Congress; committees: Armed Services 
(chairman, Subcommittee on Readiness; Subcommittee on Seapower and Critical Materi- 
als; Subcommittee on Military Installations and Facilities) and Merchant Marine and Fish- 
eries (Subcommittee on Coast Guard and Navigation; Subcommittee on Fisheries and 
Wildlife Conservation and the Environment). 

Office Listings 

2435 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0901 225-4136 

Administrative Assistant. Gary P. Pulliam. FAX: 225-5785 

Executive Secretary. Cathie McCarley. 

Legislative Director. DeLisa L. Harmon. 

Press Secretary. Brian Keeter. 

P.O. Box 17689, Pensacola, FL 32522 (904) 478-1123 

P.O. Box 459, Panama City, FL 32402 (904) 763-0709 



Counties: Escambia, Okaloosa, Santa Rosa, and Walton. BAY COUNTY: That part not contained in the Second 
District. Population (1980), 512,821. 



IP Codes: 32401 (part), 32402-05, 32407, 32409-10, 32422, 32433-34, 32439, 32454, 32455 {part), 32459, 32461, 
32501-09, 32511^2513-14, 32516, 32530-31, 32533, 32535-38, 32541-42, 32544, 32548^9, 32560-61, 32563-65, 
1-JfA7-R2. 32589-98 



SECOND DISTRICT 

PETE PETERSON, Democrat of Marianna, FL; born in Omaha, NE; June 26, 1935; 
graduated National War College, 1975; B.S., University of Tampa, 1976; attended Univer- 
sity of Michigan, 1977; served in U.S. Air Force 1954-1980; after enlisting rose to rank of 
Colonel; was North Vietnamese POW 6% years; founded CRT Computers, 1983; elected 
102d Congress, November 6, 1990; member: Committee on Public Works and Transporta- 
tion; Committee on Veterans' Affairs; Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Fami- 
lies; Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee; married the former Carlotta Ann 
Neal; three children: Michael, Paula, and Douglas. 

Office Listings 

1415 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0902 ??J~??15 

Administrative Assistant. Suzanne Farmer. FAX: 225-1380 

Executive Assistant Kathleen Semmel. 

Legislative Director. Lori Valencia Greene. 
Suite 101, 930 Thoraasville Road, Tallahassee, FL 32303 , (904) 561-3979 

District Represenative. Steve Vancor. 

1990-A South First Street, Lake City, FL 32055 (904) 752-1088 

120 South Caledonia Street, Marianna, FL 32446 (904) 526-7516 



Counties: Baker Bradford, Calhoun, Columbia, Dixie, Franklin, Gadsden, Gilchrist, Gulf, Hamilton, Holmes, Jack- 
nSTFcflKSS. 1 LafaySe, Leon. Levy. Liberty, Madison, Sttw.m^ Taylor, Union, Wakulla. and Washington. 
BAY COUNTY (part). CLAY COUNTY (part). Population (19*0), 513,127, 




m % 3% 3&. S8: 3 3 i$: 13%: S&W53& tea 8S$, liK :. 



&^S& t S&S^S^'SK!S^^ 

32666 (part), 32668 (part), 32669 



60 

THIRD DISTRICT 



Congressional Directory FLORIDA 



CHARLES E BENNETT, Democrat, of Jacksonville, FL; born December 2 1910; 
nc^ifAorida^hools, from first grade in grammar school through college; Univer- 
Florida Srad^te (B A. and Juris Doctor degrees; president of student body and 
5 ^nc^^rt honorary Doctor of Humanities from University of Tampa; hon- 
^^^SSS^ University, Edward Waters College, Maine Maritime 
honorary Doctor of Letters, University of North Florida; practiced law in 
, nonorary Congress; president of Jacksonville Jaycees; served as 

feS HcS^RS-S^^n 1941; enlisted March 13. 1942 and served 
months in Infantry in World War II f including guernlla combat in the Philippines; 
^edSU^er Star, Bronze Star, Combat Infantry Badge Philippine Legion of Honor, 
doSd ^Cross for gallantry in action, and French Chevaher de j* Legion d'Honneur; 
^h^eedi captain JanuarV 13, 1947; elected to Infantry Hall of Fame Fort Benning 
Office Candidate School; awarded Izaak Walton League Award for outstanding censer- 
vation accomplishments; Significant Alumni Award of University of Flonda;Distin- 
euished Eagle T Scout Award; Distinguished Service Award, President's Committee on 
Employment of the Handicapped; president, University of Flonda Alumni Association; 
^ice awarded certificate by Freedoms Foundation "for outstanding achievement in 
bringuig about a better understanding of the American way of life"; awarded Good Gov- 
erZf Award by Jacksonville and United States Jaycees; 1978 legislative Award, Non- 
Commissioned Officers Association; 1978 RXKA. National Security Award, Man of the 
Year- affiliated with Disabled American Veterans, American Legion, Veterans of Foreign 
Wars', Masons, Lions, Rotary, and Sons of the American Revolution; Bennett has set an 
alltime voting record in Congress for he has not, in 39 years, missed a single legislative 
vote on any rollcall* vice chairman of House Armed Services Committee; chairman, Sea- 
power Subcommittee; former chairman, Committee on Standards and Conduct; author of 
six books: Laudonniere and Fort Caroline (University of Flonda Press); Settlement of Flori- 
da (University of Florida Press); Southernmost Battlefields of the Revolution (Blair, Ino); 
Three Voyages (University of Florida Press); Florida* "French" Revolution ^1795 
(University of Florida Press); Twelve on the River St. Johns (University of North Flonda 
Press)- coauthor, Congress and Conscience (Lippincott); elder in the Riverside Avenue 
Christian Church; married to Jean Fay Bennett; three children: Bruce, James, and Luan- 
da- elected to the 81st Congress on November 2, 1948; reelected to each succeeding Con- 



gress. 



Office Listings 

2107 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0903 225-2501 

Administrative Assistant. James Pearthree. 

Appointment Secretary. Darla E, Smalhvood. 

Office Manager. Sharon H. Siegel. 

Legislative Assistants: Laurie Cody; Adam Hollingsworth. ^ M0 _ 

314 Palmetto Street, Jacksonville, FL 32202 - (904) 791-2587 



Nassau County. DunU County: That part not contained in the Fourth Dfctrict, Population <I9SO) f 512,692. 

ZIP Codes: 32009, 32011, 32034, 32046, 32097, 32200-06, 32207 teartl 3220ft-12, 32215, 3221* (part), 32218-22, 
32225-32, 32233 (part), 32234, 32236, 32238-39, 32244, 32247, 32265T 32267 (part) 



FOURTH DISTRICT 

CRAIG T. JAMES, Republican, of DeLand, FL; born in Augusta, OA May 5, 1941; 
graduated, DeLand High School, FL, 1959; B.S., Stetson University, DeLand, FL, 1963; 
LL.B., Stetson University Law School, 1967; served, National Guard and Army Re- 
serves, 1963-69; attorney; admitted to the Florida Bar in 1937 and commenced practice in 
DeLan4 FL; member: Rotary Club, YMCA, DeLand Museum* DeLand Chamber of 
Commeirce, DeLand Housing Authority, DeLand and West Volusm Board of Realtors; 
married to tie former Kitty Folk; elected November S, 198S> to the l(H$t Congress. 



FLORIDA 



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Office Listings 



1408 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0904 225-4035 

Administrative Assistant. Bob Weed. FAX: 225-1727 

Legislative Director. Kim Lichy. 
Scheduler/Staff Assistant. Jeanie Kovacs. 

Suite 28, One San Jose Place, Jacksonville, FL 32257 (904) 268-2038 

Suite 201, 101 North Woodland Boulevard, DeLand, FL 32720 (904) 734-5523 

Suite 126, 100 Seabreeze Boulevard, Daytona Beach, FL 32118 (904) 239-9823 



Counties: Flagler, St. Johns, and Volusia. CLAY COUNTY: Area falling east of Black Creek, Duval County: Areas 
south of University Boulevard and east of Beach Boulevard. PUTNAM COUNTY: That part not contained in the 
Sixth District, Population (1980), 512,672. ^ 

ZIP Codes: 32005, 32007, 32010, 32012, 32014-23, 32028-33, 32035-37, 32039, 32043 (part), 32045, 32047, 32048 
(part), 32057. 32065, 32067, 32068 (part), 32069-70, 32073-75, 32077-82, 32084-86, 32088-90, 32093, 32207 (part), 
3&216 (part), 32217, 32223-24, 32233 (part), 32237, 32240-41, 32245, 32250, 32267 (part), 32635, 32637 (part), 32638, 
32640 Salt), 32666 (part), 32685, 32690 (part), 32706, 32713, 32720-25, 32728, 32738, 32744, 32759, 32763-64, 33216 



FIFTH DISTRICT 

BILL McCOLLUM, Republican, of Longwood, FL; born in Brooksville, FL, July 12, 
1944; attended Brooksville public schools; graduated, Heraando High School, 1962; B.A., 
1965, J.D., 1968, University of Florida, Gainesville; U.S. Navy, 1969-72 (active duty), 
reserve, commander; lawyer; admitted to the Florida Bar in 1968 and commenced prac- 
tice in Orlando, 1973; former partner, Pitts, Eubanks & Ross; member: American, Florida, 
and Orange County Bar Associations; Florida Blue Key, Phi Delta Phi, and Omicron 
Delta Kappa; Kiwanis; Sertoma Club of Apopka; American Legion; Who's Who in 
America; Reserve Officers Association; Naval Reserve Officers Association; Military 
Order of World Wars; former chairman, Seminole County Republican Executive Com- 
mittee- married to the former Ingrid Seebohm, 1971; three sons: Douglas, Justin, and 
Andrew; elected to the 97th Congress, November 4, 1980; reelected to each succeeding 
Congress- member: Judiciary Committee; the Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs Com- 
mittee; Select Committee to Investigate Coven Arms Deals With Iran; elected to House 
Republican leadership post of vice chairman of Republican Conference. 

Office Listings 

2453 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0905 SJiJZS 

Chief of Staff. Vaughn S. Forrest. FAX: 225-0999 

Legislative Assistant, Donald J. Morrissey. 

Office Manager. Mary K. Reed. 
Suite 301, 1801 Lee Road, Winter Park, FL 32789 (407) 645-3100 

Office Manager/District Office. Sue E. Lancaster. 



Seminole County. Lake County: That pan not contained in the Sixth District. ORANGE COUNTY: That part not 
contained in the Eleventh District, Population (1980), 513,005. 

ZIP Code* 32701, 32702 (part), 32703-04, 32707-08, 32710, 32712, 32714, 32726 fcart), 32730, 32732, 32740, 32745- 
47, 32750-51, 32757 (part)/ $2760-61, 32765-68, 32771-73, 32776-77, 32779, 32784 ^(part), 32787 <^ -JO, 
32792 (part), 32798, 32801-O5, 32806 (part), 32807 (part), 32808, 32809 (part), 32810, 32811 (part), 32812 (part), 
32813-14732818-19, 32855, 32861 



SIXTH DISTRICT 

CLIFFORD B. STEARNS, Republican, of Ocala, FL; born in Washington, DC, April 
16, 1941: attended Hearst Elementary School, Washington, DC, 1946-52; graduated, 
Woodrow Wilson High, Washington, DC, 1959; bachelor's degree, electrical engineering, 
George Washington University, Washington, DC, 1963; graduate work. University of 
California, Los \ngeles, 1965,- served, U.S. Air Force, .captain, 1963-^67; businessman; 
member: Marion County/Ocala Energy Task Force, Tourist Development Council, Ocala 



62 Congressional Directory FLORIDA 

B A rt f Rotors American Hotel/Mote! Association in Florida, American Hotel/Motel 
Board of Realtors, 7*"^" Grace Presbyterian Church; board of directors, Boys 
Association of the ^United S*g^j 'joan Moore; three children: Douglas, Cliff, Jr., and 
^tt-lSVo^ CoogW ^lected to tSe 102d Congress, 



November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

1123 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0906 ...... ........ 225-5744 

Administrative Assistant. David Gilhland. "* *- 

Legislative Director. Pam Stilson. 
Executive Assistant. Barbara Reynolds. 

FL 32671 



Counties: Alachua, Citrus Hernando, Marion, and Sumter. LAKE COUNTY (part) PASCO COUNTY (part). PUTNAM 
COUNTY (part) Population (1980), 513,000. 

32705, 32711 (part), oz/zo tpan;, Jit/A ' ,f*'^f .'*'? LtTr., . * -><> i *>< r^*\ ii*i& t*m*+\ im 
32778 32784 (part) 32785, 32788, 32797, 33512 (part), J^ai^-i 
33554! 33585, 33597, 34248 (part), 34283, 346O1-02, 34605-09, : 



SEVENTH DISTRICT 

SAM GIBBONS, Democrat, of _Tampa.FL; born Tamp. January 20 1920 son of 




jramc auu iw ita XMJUWJL oww*v,vjr, * v**w *^ --^^, -- r ~ ~L-.~~ IACA. 

ty; married to the former Martha Hanley; they have three sons Clifford, born 1950; 
Mark, born 1952; and Timothy, born 1958; three grandchildren; elected to the Florida 
House of Representatives in 1952 and served for 6 years; elected to the Florida Senate in 
1958 and served for 4 years; named 1 of the top 10 members of each body; named 
Tampa's Outstanding Young Man of the Year in 1954; received Chamber of Commerce 
president's award; Distinguished Alumnus Award, University of Florida in 1973; deacon. 
First Presbyterian Church of Tampa; first president and member of University of South 
Florida Foundation; served in U.S. Army 5 years during World War II with 501st Para- 
chute Infantry, 101st Airborne Division; awarded Bronze Star; was in initial assault force 
landing before D-Day in Europe; took part in other major combat actions, including op- 
erations at Bastogne; released from active duty as major; elected to the 88th Congress, 
November 6, 1962; reelected to each succeeding Congress; member and vice chairman ot 
Ways and Means Committee and chairman of Subcommitte on Trade; member. Joint 
Committee on Taxation; official U.S. advisor to the General Agreement on Tariffs and 
Trade. 

Office Llstingi 

2204 Raybura House Office Building, Washington, 1X2 20515-0907 225-3376 

Chief of Staff. Janice F. Stoorza. 

Scheduler/Chief Legislative Assistant. Flora Sullivan, 
Suite 1425, 101 East Kennedy Boulevard, Tampa, FL 33602 ($13) 228-2101 

Office Manager. Gregory F. Wonders. 
201 South Kings Avenue, Brandon, FL 33511 (813) 689-2847 

Staff Assistant. Lana Lueiro. 



HBUboroutfi County: That part not contained in the Ninth District. Population (19*0), 512,905. 



FLORIDA 102d Congress 63 

EIGHTH DISTRICT 

C.W. BILL YOUNG, Republican, of St. Petersburg, FL; born in Harmarville, PA, De- 
cember 16, 1930; elected Florida's only Republican State senator in 1960; reelected 1964, 
1966, 1967 (special election), and 1968; serving as minority leader from 1963 to 1970; na- 
tional committeeman, Florida Young Republicans, 1957-59; State chairman, Florida 
Young Republicans, 1959-61; member, Florida Constitution Revision Commission, 1965- 
67- married and has three adult children and he and his wife, Beverly, have three sons; 
elected to the 92d Congress, November 3, 1970; reelected to each succeeding Congress; 
member: Committee on Appropriations; Republican Executive Committee on Commit- 
tees. 

Office Listings 

2407 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0908 2 2 ^251 

Executive Assistant. Douglas M. Gregory. FAX: 225-9764 

Office Manager. Kevin S. Hardcastle. 

Legislative Director. Harry Glenn, nM , 

Suite 627, 144 First Avenue South, St Petersburg, FL 33701 (813) 893-3191 

Administrative Assistant. George N. Cretekos, cQ,_non 

Suite 606, 801 West Bay Drive, Largo, FL 33640 (813) 581-0980 



County: That part not contained in the Ninth District Population (1980), 512,909 

ZIP Code* 33504, 33515 (part), 33520, 33535, 33540 (part), 33541-13, 33552 (part), 33565 33700-16, ^}^' 1 ^^ 
33736-43, 34616 (part), 34620, 34622, 34624 (part), 34630 (part), 34635, 34640 (part), 34641 (part), 34642-44, 34646- 
49,34664-66 



NINTH DISTRICT 

MICHAEL BILIRAKIS, Republican, of Palm Harbor, FL; born July 16, 1930, in 
Tarpon Springs, FL; raised in western Pennsylvania; B.S. in engineering, u ^S*?y f 
Pittsburgh, 1955-59; accounting, George Washington University, Washington, DC, 1959- 
60- J D 7 University of Florida, Gainesville, 1961-63; 4 years of military service during 
Korean war; attorney and small businessman, petroleum engineer, aerospace contract ad- 
ministrator, geophysical engineer (offshore oil exploration), steelworker, and judge of var- 
^ courts for 8 years; honors in college include Phi Alpha Delta Annual Award for 
oUtetanding Law Graduate and president of the student body of School of Engineering 
and Mines; honors after college, civil activities, and organizations include Citizen of the 
Year AwaVd for Greater Tarpon Springs, 1972-73; founder and charter president of 
Tarpon Springs Volunteer Ambulance Service; past president and * j y*"***^ 
Greater Tkrpon Springs Chamber of Commerce; past president of Rotary Club of Tarpon 
Springs, board of governors of Pinellas Suncoast Chamber of Commerce, board of devel- 
opmeft of Anclote Manor Psychiatric Hospital, AHEPA; elected ^^ de n r /* ^ 
American Legion, Holiday, FL (1977-79, two terms); 32d degree Mason and Shrueg 
member: West Pasco Bar Association, American Judicature Society, FT?nda Bar and 
rican Bar Associations, University of Florida Law Center A ^ a ^J^*^ 
Booster, American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars; holds college level doctorate 
taS certificate; member: Elks, Eastern Star and White Shrine of Jerusalem Royal 
OrdeT of testers of Egypt Temple Shrine District, Air Force Association; former 
mexSerfci^wlter BarTssociation, National Contract Management Association^ Amer- 
ican Society of Mining, Metallurgical & Petroleum Engineers, and Creative ^Education 
Fo^nSnf married u? 1959 to the former Evelyn Miaoulis; two children: Manual and 
Gusfele^ed tothe 98th Congress, November 2, 1982; reelected to each succeeding Con- 
gress. 



64 Congressional Directory 

Office Ustfogs 



FLORIDA 



2432 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0909 , ?25 7< 

Administrative Assistant. Robert S. Meyers, *-J/;w 

Press Secretary. David White. 

Scheduler. Ellen Stavros. 
Suite 1600, 1100 Cleveland Street, Cleanvater, Fi. 33515 /813* 441 rot 

Director of District Operations. Pat Faber. " ; ** i ~* 111 

4743 U.S. Highway 19, New Port Richey, PL 33563.. ,. ..... ($13) 847-1022 



HUbborough County: Cities of Plant, Temple Terrace, and h* unincorporated area* of Carrotlwood Dover 
Mango, Seffner, Sydney, Thonotosassa, and Valrico. PA*CO COUNYY Citie* of Dade New ^ ~ Y 
Richey, Saint Leo, San Antonio, and all unincorporated areas ~ * uc ' " cw 

" Oldsmax. Safety 
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TENTH DISTRICT 



Haven > FL : >" i Cincinnati. OH. August 
> A c n< l ove , r ' * A ' 1948: Yal * University, B.S.. 1952; 

=,M Graduate School of Business, 1953-54; graduated, Louisi- 

of S^iSSSt^S 1 o^^^B of the South. 1959; former chkifman of Ihe ffd 
,i^ r i f ^P"* 8 Gardens, Barnett Bank of Winter Haven, Barnett 
hSS? pT , y ^"'^ ^ ''f 8811 ^' ^orid* Bankers Association; director, 
branch, Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta- State vice 
^ adl ? sions Committee, Louisian^ atetolC 



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LORIDA 102d Congress 65 

ELEVENTH DISTRICT 

JIM BACCHUS, Democrat, of Belle Isle, FL; born in Nashville, TN, June 21, 1949; 
graduated, Lyman High School, Longwood, FL, 1967; B.A., Vanderbuilt University, 
Nashville, TN, 1971; M.A., Yale University, New Haven, CT, 1973; J.D., Florida State 
^aw School, 1978; admitted to the Miami, FL, Bar, 1979; senior partner, Akerman, Sen- 
erfitt & Edison, P.A.; journalist, Orlando Sentinel, 1969-73; deputy press secretary and 
;hief speechwriter to Florida Governor Reubin Askew, 1974-76; Special Assistant to 
LJ.S. Trade Representative Askew in Executive Office of the President; general counsel, 
Florida's State Comprehensive Plan Committee, 1986-87; chairman, Civic Action Cam- 
paign "Goals 2000", 1987-89; member: board of directors, Florida Endowment and the 
Humanities, 1986-90; board of directors, Florida Space Business Roundtable, 1988-90; 
vice president and board member, Greater Orlando Chamber of Commerce, 1987-90; 
winner of Silver Gavel Award of American Bar Association for Outstanding Public Serv- 
ice in Journalism, 1973; and other journalist awards; married the former Rebecca McMil- 
lan; one child: Joseph, 1980; elected to the 102d Congress, November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

431 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0911 225-3671 

Administrative Assistant. Linda O. Hennessee. 

Executive Assistant. Elizabeth C. DeMato. 

Chief Legislative Assistant. Vince Willmore. 

District Director. Dale Ketcham. 

Suite 310, 6545 Corporate Centre Boulevard, Orlando, FL 32822 (407) 855-1776 

854 Dixon Boulevard, Cocoa, FL 32922 (407) 632-1776 



Brevard County. Indian River County: All except that portion of southern Vero Beach included in the Twelfth 
District. ORANGE COUNTY: Cities and towns of Azalea Park, Bay Hill, Belle Isle, Christmas, Edgewood, Golden- 
rod, Lake Buena Vista, Narcosee, Orlando (part), Pine Castle, Taft, Union Park, Williamsburg and Windennere 
OSCEOLA COUNTY. Population (1980), 512,691. 

ZIP Codes: 32709, 32733-34, 32739, 32741 (part), 32742-43, 32754, 32769, 32775, 32780-83, 32786, 32787 (part), 32792 
(part), 32793, 32796, 32800, 32806 (part), 32807 (part), 32809 (part), 32811 (part), 32812 (part), 32815, 32817, 32819, 
37820-22, 32824-30, 32832-33, 32857, 32859, 32862, 32867, 32872. 32901-09, 32920, 32922-27, 32931, 32934-37, 
32940, 32948-53, 32955, 32957-59, 32960 (part), 32961, 32963-64, 32966-68, 32970-71, 32976, 33853 (part), 34734, 
34739, 34741, 34743-44, 34746, 34758, 34769, 34771-3, 34786-87, 34972 (part) 



TWELFTH DISTRICT 

TOM LEWIS, Republican, of North Palm Beach, FL; born in Philadelphia, PA, Octo- 
ber 26, 1924; son of Thomas F. and Jeanette Lewis; attended Palm Beach Junior College, 
1956-57 and University of Florida, 1958-59; honorary doctorate, Florida Institute of 
Technology, 1985; served in the U.S. Air Force 1943-54; veteran of World War II and 
Korean conflict; corporate executive, Pratt & Whitney Aircraft, 1957-73; mayor/council- 
man of North Palm Beach, FL, 1964-71; Florida House of Representatives, 1972-80; 
served as house minority floor leader, 1978-80; Florida Senate, 1980-82; elected by col- 
leagues as "Most Effective First Term Senator" (prestigious Allen Morris Award); recipi- 
ent of over 50 Outstanding Legislator Awards, notably: Community Appreciation, North- 
ern Palm Beach County Chamber of Commerce, 1980; Palm Beach County Bar Associa- 
tion, Liberty Bell Award, 1981; and Legislative Service Award from the Florida Associa- 
tion of Community Colleges, 1982; Guardian of the Treasury, Golden Bulldog Award, 
1983-84, 85-86, 87-88; National Security Council Guardian of Peace Award, 1983-84, 
85-86, 87-88; Child Advocate of the Year-Childkeyppers* International E.K. Morris 
Award-Outstanding Contribution of Boys & Girls Clubs, Florida Fruit & Vegetable Dis- 
tinguished Service Award, Family and Freedom Award-Christian Voice 1988, Aviation 
Weekly & Space Technology Laurel, 1988, 1989; director, Boy Scouts of America, Gulf 
Stream Council; founding member and director of Forum Club of Palm Beach County; 
member: Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, Loyal Order of Moose, Northern 
Palm Beaches Exchange Club, Florida Association of Realtors, Northwood Masonic 
Lodge, Scottish Rite, Amara Shrine, Court of Jesters No. 179, and North Palm Beach 
and Palm Beach Gardens Chambers of Commerce; married to the former Marian Vastine 
of Middleton, PA; three grown children: Nancy Heins, Thomas Lewis III, and Mrs. Mi- 
chele Bowman; elected on November 2, 1982 to the 98th Congress; reelected to each suc- 
ceeding Congress. 



66 Congressional Directory FLORIDA 

Office Listings 

2351 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0912 225-5792 

Administrative Assistant. Karen L. Hogan. 

Legislative Pirector. Mary Jane Rose. 
Suite 1, 2700 PGA Boulevard, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 (407) 627-6192 

District Representative. Ed Chase. 
Barnett Bank Building, Suite 200, 7601 South U.S. Highway No. 1, Port 

Lucie, FL 33452 ... (407) 283-7989 

2500 Midport Road, No. 120, Port St. Lucie, FL 33452 (407) 283-7989 

District Representative, Ann Lyons Decker. 



Counties: Glades, Hendry, Highlands, Martin, Okeechobee, and St. Lucie. PALM BEACH COUNTY: All, except the 
southeastern portion, south of Okeechobee Boulevard. COLLIER COUNTY. All, but the northwest corner (north of 
Davis Road and west of SR 803). INDIAN RIVER COUNTY: Downtown area of Vero Beach. Population (1980), 
513,121. 

ZIP Codes: 32960 (part), 32962 (part), 32965, 33401 (part), 33402-04, 33407-08, 33410, 33411 (part), 33412, 33417 
(part), 33418-19, 33430, 33438-40, 33450, 33452, 33455-59, 33468-69, 33470 (part), 33471-72, 33475-78, 33480 
(part). 33490-94, 33497, 33825 (part), 33852, 33857, 33870-72, 33920 (part), 33925-26, 33929-30, 33933-35, 33937, 
33940 (part), 33942-44, 33960-61, 33962 (part), 33964, 33969, 34945-54, 34956-58, 34972 (part), 34973-74, 34981-88, 
34990, 34992, 34994-97 



THIRTEENTH DISTRICT 

PORTER J. GOSS, Republican, of Sanibel, FL; born in Water/bury, New Haven 
County, CT, November 26, 1938; attended Fessenaen School, West Newton, MA; grad- 
uated, Hotchkiss School, Lakeville, CT, 1956; B.A., Yale University, New Haven, CT, 
1960; served, U.S. Army, lieutenant, 1960-62; clandestine services officer, CIA, 1962-72; 
businessman, investor; councilman/mayor, city of Sanibel, 1974-82; chairman, Lee 
County Commission, 1985-86; commissioner, Lee County, District 1, 1983-88; director, 
National Audubon Society; chairman, State Advisory Committee on Coastal Manage- 
ment; vice chairman, West Coast Inland Navigational District; past chairman, Metropoli- 
tan Planning Organization; port commissioner, Southwest Florida Regional Airport; 
member: Southwest Florida Mental Health District Board, Canterbury School, Lee 
County Mental Health Center, Sanibel-Captive Conservation Foundation, Westminster 
Presbyterian Church; married to the former Mariel Robinson; four children: Leslie, 
Chauncey, Mason, and Gerrit; elected November 8, 1988, to the 101st Congress. 

Office Listings 

224 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0913 225-2536 

Chief of Staff. Sheryl Wooley. FAX: 225-6820 

Communications Director. Wendy Donath. 
Office Manager/Scheduler. Maggie Knutson. 

Suite 402, Barnett Center, 2060 Main Street, Fort Myers, FL 33901. (813) 332-4677 



^ ** *** COLLIER COUNTY: Part of census county division 15 (tract* 1-7 and 101-103), 

' block groups 2 ~* *** of *"* 105 ' block * roup 1; *" of tm * m 



33577 > 33578 <P grt k S79-3 33595-96, 33901-19, 33920 (part), 
3394 (part > 33941 ' 33945 -37, 33959, 33962 (part), 33963, 33970- 



102d Congress 67 

FOURTEENTH DISTRICT 

HARRY JOHNSTON, Democrat, of West Palm Beach, FL; born in West Palm Beach 
on December 2, 1931; graduated, Palm Beach High School, 1949; B.A., Virginia Military 
Institute, Lexington, 1953; LL.B., University of Florida, Gainesville, 1958; served U.S. 
Army, Fort Hood, Texas, 1953-55; attorney; admitted to the Florida Bar in 1958 and 
commenced practice in West Palm Beach; elected to the Florida State Senate, 1974-86- 
president, Florida State Senate, 1984-86; member: American and Florida Bar Associa- 
tions; Governor's Special Task Force on Prison Reform; Supreme Court Committee on 
Sentencing; Presbyterian Church; president: Rotary Club of West Palm Beach; Palm 
Beach County Bar Association; United Way of Palm Beach County: Chamber of Com- 
merce of Greater West Palm Beach; director: Norton Art Gallery and Palm Glades Girl 
Scout Council; married to the former Mary Otley; two children: Victoria J. Middle- 
brooks and Rebecca J. Fitzgerald; two grandchildren: Amanda Leigh Middlebrooks and 
John Otley Middlebrooks; elected on November 8, 1988 to the 101st Congress. 

Office Listings 

1028 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0914 225-3001 

Chief of Staff. Suzanne Stoll. FAX: 225-8791 

Press Secretary. Brian Geiger. 

Legislative Director. Cheryl Federline. 
Suite 250, 1501 Corporate Drive, Boynton Beach, FL 33426 (407) 732-4000 

District Administrator. Diane Birnbaum. 



Broward County (northern part): Cities and municipalities of Coral Springs, Margate, North Lauderdale, Parkland, 
and parts of Coconut Creek, Lauderhill, Sunrise, Tamarac, and unincorporated areas. PALM BEACH COUNTY 
(southern and central parts): Cities and municipalities of Atlantis, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Briny Breezes, 
Cloud Lake, Delray Beach, Glen Ridge, Golf, Golf View, Greenacres, Haverhill. Highland Beach, Hypoluxo, 
Lake Clark Shores, Lake Worth, Manalapan, Ocean Ridge, Palm Springs, South Palm Springs, University Park, 
and parts of Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, and unincorporated areas. Population (1980), 512,803. 

ZIP Codes: 33063 (part), 33065, 33071, 33073, 33076, 33311 (part), 33320, 33321 (part), 33322, 33351, 33401 (part), 
33405-06, 33409, 33411 (part), 33413-16, 33417 (part), 33424-29, 33431-37, 33444-47, 33460-63, 33465-67, 33470 
(part), 33480 (part), 33483-84, 33486-87, 33496, 33498 



FIFTEENTH DISTRICT 

E. CLAY SHAW, JR., Republican, of Fort Lauderdale, FL; born in Miami, FL,. April 
19, 1939; attended the Miami public schools; graduated, Miami Edison Senior High 
School, 1957; B.A., Stetson University, Deland, FL, 1961; M.A., accounting, University 
of Alabama, 1963; J.D., Stetson University College of Law, 1966; former certified public 
accountant; lawyer; admitted to the Florida State Bar in 1966 and commenced practice in 
Fort Lauderdale; admitted to practice before the Federal court in the Southern District 
of Florida and the U.S. Supreme Court; assistant city attorney, Fort Lauderdale, 1968; 
chief city prosecutor, 1968-69; associate municipal judge, 1969-71; city commissioner, 
1971-73; vice mayor, 1973-75; mayor, 1975-81; member: executive committee, U.S. Con- 
ference of Mayors; executive committee, Republican National Committee; president, Na- 
tional Conference of Republican Mayors; U.S. special ambassador, Papua, New Guinea 
(President Ford); director, Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce; vice chairman, Sun 
Belt Mayor's Task Force; Broward County Charter Commission; national vice chairman, 
Mayors for Reagan, 1980; member, St. Anthony's Church; married to the former Emilie 
Costar, 1960; four children: Emilie W., Jennifer C,, Clay, III, and John C.; elected to the 
97th Congress, November 4, 1980; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 



68 Congressional Directory FLORIDA 

Office Listings 

2338 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0915 225-3026 

Administrative Assistant. Lee Johnson. FAX. 225-8398 

Legislative Director. Scott Spear. 

Personal Secretary. Mary Kay McClure. 

Press Secretary. Nancy Roman. 
299 East Broward Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301 (305) 522-1800 



Broward County: Cities and towns of Coconut Creek, Darna, Davie Deerfwld Bcac h, Fort Lauderdale, Lauderdale. 
Bv-The-Sea, Lauderdale Lakes, Lauderhfll, Lazy Lakes, Lighthmae Pomt, Oakland Park, Plantation, Pompano 
Beach, SeaRanch Lakes, Sunrise, Tamarac, and Wilton Mimor; roo*t of the unincorporated areaa in the central and 
northern parts of the county. Population (1980), 512,976. 

ZIP Coder 33004 (part), 33060-62, 33063 (part), 33064, 33066-69, 33072, 33074-75, 33264. 33301-10, 3331 1 (part), 
33312-13, 33315-16733317 (part? 33319, 33321 (part), 33324 (part), 33334-35, 33M8-W. 33348-49. 33394, 33441-43 



SIXTEENTH DISTRICT 

LAWRENCE J. SMITH, Democrat, of Hollywood, FL; born in Brooklyn, NY on 
April 25, 1941; attended: P.S. 253, Brooklyn, NY; Newbridge Road School, East 
Meadow, NY; graduated, East Meadow High School, 1958; New York University, New 
York, NY, 1961; LL.B. and J.D., Brooklyn Law School, Brooklyn, NY, 1964; admitted: 
New York State Bar, 1964; Florida State Bar, 1972; elected to Florida House of Repre- 
sentatives, 1978-82; chairman, criminal justice committee, 1980-82; chairman and 
member. City of Hollywood Planning and Zoning Board, 1974-78; member: Ciyitan 
International, B'nai Brith, Broward County Florida Democratic Executive Committee, 
Optimist Club International; president, South Broward Bar Association, 1977-79; married 
to the former Sheila Cohen in 1962; two children: Grant and Lauren; elected on Novem- 
ber 2, 1982 to the 98th Congress; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

113 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0916 225-7931 

Administrative Assistant. Marc Pearl, 

Legislative Director. Bob Dobek. 
Suite 360-N, 4000 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, FL 33021 (305) 987-6484 

District Office Manager. Perle Siegel. 



Broward County: The southern and western portions (70 percent), including the cities of HnIUndale, Hollywood, 
Pembroke Pines, and Sunrise. DADE COUNTY: The western portion (30 percent), including tha municipalities of 
Hialeah Gardens, Medley, and Sweetwato. Peculation (19SO), ^1 13,339. 



? 4 ^"SJi 33009 ' 33015 ' 33016 (P**)' 330W - 29 33 <** (*> 33061, 330S3-S4, 33122 (part), 33126 
* <?"V 33152 * 33155 <p*rt), 33165 (part), 33166 (bart), 33172733174, 33175 (part), 33178, 33182, 33184, 
33265, 33312 (part), 33314 (part). 33317 <part)T333l*, 33325(part), 33323, 33324 (pArty33325-32 33337, 33388 



SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT 



WILLIAM LEHMANi Democrat, of Biscayne Park, FL; born in Selma, Ala,; gradu- 
ate, University of Alabama, elected to the Dade County School Board, 1966-70; elected 
chairman Dade County School Board, 1971; married to Joan Feibelman of Miami, three 
children: William, Jr., Kathy (deceased), and Thomas; elected to the 93d Congress, No- 
vember 7, 1972; reelected to each succeeding Congress; member, House Appropriations 
Committee; chairman, Transportation Appropriations Subcommittee 



FLORIDA 102d Congress 69 

Office Listings 

2347 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0917 225-4211 

Office Manager. Carolyn Rockymore-Cornish. FAX: 225-6208 

Press Assistant. John D. Schelble. 
2020 Northeast 163rd Street, North Miami Beach, FL 33162 (305) 945-7518 

District Representative. Jeff Mell. 

Office Manager. Patrice Rosemond 



Dade County: All of the following ZIP Codes: 33013, 33014, 33054, 33138, 33147, 33150, 33160-33162, 33167-33169, 
and 33179-33181, 33010 (Hialeah (parts), including east of Red Road/north of E. 9th Street); 33012 (Hialeah 
(parts), including north of 53d Street/east of W 4th Street); 33016 (Hialeah (parts), including east of NW 97th 
Avenue/south of NW 122d Street/east of NW 87th Avenue/north of NW 103d Street); and 33055 (Carol City 
(parts), including east of NW 47th Avenue). Population (1980), 513,048. 

ZIP Codes: 33010 (part), 33012 (part), 33013, 33014 (part), 33015 (part), 33016, 33054, 33055 (part), 33056, 33138, 
33147, 33150-51, 33153-54, 33160-64, 33167-69, 33179-81, 33238, 33261, 33269 



EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT 

ILEANA ROS-LEHTINEN, Republican, of Dade County, FL; born July 15, 1952 in 
Havana, Cuba; B.A., English, Florida International University; M.S., Educational Leader- 
ship, Florida International University; doctoral candidate in education, University of 
Miami; certified Florida school teacher; founder and former owner, Eastern Academy; 
elected to Florida House of Representatives, 1982; elected to Florida State Senate, 1986; 
former president, Bilingual Private School Association; board member, Epilepsy Founda- 
tion of South Florida; regular contributor to leading Spanish language newspaper; during 
House tenure, married then-State Representative Dexte* Lehtinen, now U.S. attorney for 
the Southern District of Florida; two daughters: Amanda Michelle and Patricia Marie; 
elected to the U.S. House of Representatives on August 29, 1989, in a special election to 
fill the seat left vacant by the death of Claude Pepper; reelected to the 102d Congress, 
November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

416 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-0915 225-3931 

Administrative Assistant. Russel L. Roberts. FAX: 225-5620 

Appointment Secretary. Betty Nunez. 

Legislative Director. Mauricio Tamargo. 

Press Secretary. Rafael Bejar. 
Suite 240, 5757 Blue Lagoon Drive, Miami, FL 33126 (305) 262-1800 



Dade County: Census county division 35, part of census county division 20 (tracts 7.01, 7.03, 7.04, 16.01, and 16.02), 
part of tract 6.03, part of block group 3 (blocks 306, 307, 310, 311, 314, 320, and 321); part of census county 
division 45 (tracts 17.01-17 03, 18.01-18.03, 19.02, 20.02, 21, 22.01, 22.02, 23-26, 27.01, 27.02, 28, 29, 30.01, 30,02, 
31, 34, 36.01, 36.02, 37.01, 37.02, 37.99, 47.01-47.03, 48-52, 53.01, 53.02, 54.01, 54.02, 55.01, 55.02, 56, 57.01, 57.02, 
58.01, 58.02, 59.01, 59.04, 61.01, 63,01, 63.02, 64-66, 67.01, and 67.02), part of tract 19.01, block groups 3 and 4; 
part of tract 61,02, block groups 1 and 3-5, part of block group 2 (blocks 201-232, 238, and 239); part of tract 62, 
block groups 1, 2, 5, and 6; part of census county division 50 (tracts 38, 39.01, 39.02, 39.04-39.06, 40, 41.01, 41.02, 
42-45, and 45.99); part of census county division 90, part of tract 91, part of block group 1 (blocks 129-139, 149, 
and 150), block group 5, part of block group 9 (blocks 901, 908, 909, 923, 924, 926, 929, 938, 941, 943-945, 957-962, 
979, and 980). Population (1980), 513,250. 

ZIP Codes: 33010 (part), 33011, 33012 (part), 33101, 33109, 33111, 33122 (part), 33125, 33126 (part), 33127-28, 33129 
(part), 33130-32, 33134 (part), 33135-37, 33139-42, 33144 (part), 33145 (part), 33149, 33155 (part), 33159, 33166, 
33239, 33242, 33266 



Congressional Directory 

NINETEENTH DISTRICT 

* vrmi FL- bom in Bridgehampton, Long 

DANTE B. FASCELL, Democrat of Wtam, * ^ the University of Miami in 1938; 
T t H NY March 9, 1917; received J.D. degr induct ed into the Federal serv- 
Island, NY, MarcD ^ ^^ Sigma Fr f commissioned second lieutenant 

rcT^hl ^orida Natio Jouard on Jatmary 6 ^cTpaigns, separated from the 
Ito23 IMS, ^rved in the Afncan Sic^an ^d 1^ ^ ^ , egi latl del 

A^ed [ Fwoei as a captain January 20, 194 j^ res entative in 1950 and reelected in 
47-50 dted Sute Rep r esen each succeedin 



h ^orida ato cpagns, sep 

23 IMS, ^rved in the Afncan Sic^an ^d 1^ ^ ^ , egi latl del 

ed [ Fwoei as a captain January 20, 194 j^ res entative in 1950 and reelected in 
County, 1947-50; dfted Sute Rep r esen d ^ each succeeding 

ts 



ceased). 

Office Listings 



512,886. 



512,886. 
33134 




GEORGIA 102d Congress 71 

GEORGIA 

(Population, 1980 census, 5,463,105) 

SENATORS 

SAM NUNN, Democrat, of Perry, GA; born in Perry, September 8, 1938; educated in 
public schools; attended Georgia Institute of Technology, 1956-59; graduated Emory 
University, A.B., 1962 and LL.B., 1962; served as seaman in U.S. Coast Guard, 1959-60; 
.Reserve, 1960-68; attorney; farmer; member, Georgia House of Representatives, 1968-72; 
served on the administrative board of Perry United Methodist Church; married Colleen 
Ann O'Brien, 1965; two children: Mary Michelle and Samuel Brian; elected to the United 
States Senate, November 7, 1972, to complete the unexpired term of the late Senator 
Richard B. Russell and to a 6-year term; reelected 1978, 1984, and again in 1990 for the 
term ending January 3, 1991. 

Office Listings 

303 Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-1001 224-3521 

Administrative Assistant. Charlie Harman. 

Legislative Director. Julie Abbot 

Personal Secretary. Rose Johnson. 

Press Secretary. Scott Williams. 
Suite 1700, 75 Spring Street SW., Atlanta, GA 30303 (404) 331-4811 

Director. Tommy Dortch. 
Federal Building, Room 130, Gainsville, GA 30501 (404) 532-9976 



Federal Building, 600 East First Street, P.O. Box 6193, Rome, GA 30161 (404 

U.S. Post Office, Room 101, Columbus, GA 31902 (404 

915 Main Street, Perry, GA 31069 (912 

126 Bull Street, Savannah, GA 31402 (912 



291-5696 
327-3270 
987-1158 
944-1300 



WYCHE FOWLER, JR., Democrat, of Atlanta, GA; born in Atlanta, October 6, 1940; 
educated in Georgia public schools; graduated, Davidson College, 1962; graduated, 
Emory University School of Law, 1969; infantry training at Fort Benning; served as U.S. 
Army Intelligence Officer, 1963-64; chief of staff for Congressman Charles Weltner (D- 
GA.), 1965-66; practicing attorney, 1969-77; Atlanta Board of Aldermen, 1970-73; presi- 
dent of Atlanta City Council, 1974-77; married to the former Donna Hulsizer; served in 
the U.S. House of Representatives, 1977-86; elected to the U.S. Senate, November 4, 
1986, for the 6-year term beginning January 3, 1987. 

Office Listings 

204 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-1003 224-3643 

Chief of Staff. Bill Johnstpne. 

Chief Counsel. Bob Redding. ^ -, ~- 

Suite 501, 10 Park Place, South, Atlanta, GA 30303 (404) 331-0697 

Director of Constituent Services. Beverly Miles. 

State Director. Mike Bradford. 



REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 

ROBERT LINDSAY THOMAS, Democrat, of Statesboro, GA, born in Patterson, 
GA on November 20, 1943; attended Patterson Elementary Schools; graduated, Patterson 
High School, 1961; B.A., University of Georgia, Athens, 1965; served, Georgia Air Na- 
tional Guard, 165th Tactical Airlift Group, 1966-72; investment banker, 1966-73; self-em- 
ployed fanner, 1973-82; member: Wayne County Young Farmers, Wayne County Farna 
Bureau County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service, County Board of 
Realtors, Georgia Agricultural Commodity Commission for Tobacco, Leadership Geor- 
gia, Leadership Savannah; Methodist, Board of Stewards, Screven United Methodist 
Church; married to the former Melinda Ann Fry in 1966; three children: Lindsay, Jr., 



72 Congressional Directory 



GEORGIA 



Ransom, and Nell; elected on November 2, 1982 to the 98th Congress; reflected to each 
succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

240 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1001.... 225-5831 

Administrative Assistant, Robert H. Hurt. 

Executive Assistant. Patrick Hanes. 

Legislative Director. Karen Long. 

Press Secretary. Kathy Rafferty. 

P.O. Box 10074, Savannah, GA 31412 (912) 944-4360 

P.O. Box 33, Statesboro, GA 30458 (912) 489-8797 

P.O. Box 767, Jesup, GA 31545 (912) 427-9231 

Federal Building, Room 304, Brunswick, GA 31520 (912) 264-4040 



Counties: Brantley, Bryan, Bulloch, Burke, Camden, Candler, Chatham. Efftngham, Hmanuel. Evans, Glynn, Jenkins, 
Liberty, Long, Mclntosh, Montgomery, Screven, Tattnall, Toombs. and Wayne (20 counties). Population (1980)' 
541,180. '' 

ZIP Codes: 30401, 30410, 30412, 30414-15, 30417, 30420-21, 30423-27, 30429. 30434 (part), 30436. 30438-39, 30441- 
42, 30445-56, 30457 (part), 30458, 30464, 30466-67, 30470-71, 30473-74. 30805 (part), 308 U. 30816 (part), 30822 
30830, 31002 (part), 31049 (part), 31301-05, 313Q7-09, 31312-14, 31316, 31318-24, 31326-33, 31385, 31400-01* 
31403-12, 31416, 31419-20, 31501 (part), 31520 (part). 31521-22, 31542-43. T1S4S, 31547-48, 31553, 31555 (part)! 
31558, 31560 (part), 31561, 31565-66:31568-69 ' 



SECOND DISTRICT 

CHARLES HATCHER, Democrat, of Albany, GA; born in Doerun, GA, July 1, 
1939; attended Baker County public schools, Newton, GA; graduated, Baker County 
High School, 1957; B.S., Georgia Southern College, Statesboro, 1965; J.D,, University of 
Georgia, Athens, 1969; airman second class, U.S. Air Force, 1958-62; lawyer; admitted to 
the Georgia Bar hi 1969 and commenced practice in Albany; partner, Hatcher & Strick- 
land; member, Georgia State Legislature, 1973-80; member: Sertoma Club of Albany; 
State Bar of Georgia; Dougherty Circuit Bar Association; and American Legion; elected 
to the 97th Congress, November 4, 1980; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2434 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1002 ................... 225-3631 

Administrative Assistant. Krysta Harden, FAX- 225-1 1 17 

Caseworker Director. Teresa Ervih. 

Legislative Director. Matt Dillard. 

Personal Assistant. Harriet James. 
Room 201, 225 Pine Avenue, Albany, GA 31702 ........................................... (912) 439-8067 

Room 211, 401 North Patterson, Valdosta, GA 31601 ............. . ....................... ..... (912) 247-9705 



?SfJ' ^ 6n . HU J> Berrien, Brooks, Calhoun, Clay, Colquitt, Cook, Crfcp. Decatur, Dougherty, Early, 
Tho^V'^ilSr* ^J^Wf* Mill ^ r ' Mitchell, Quitman, lUnik&. sS^lcisSSS; Terrcfl 
Thomas, Ttft, Turner, Webster, and Worth (30 counties). Population (1980), 349,977; 



31601-04, 31620, 31622, 31625-27, 31629, 31631 
31645 &>**>> 31647-49, 31701^02, 31704-07, 

fii fis 7777 7 i 4 " 4 ^ 317?0 <art), 31751-54, 31756, 31759-63, 

3121 $U&^ "SJ aSl? 31781 - 86 31787 dr31789-97. 31798 (partV31799, 31803 (pan) 31814-15, 



THIRD DISTRICT 

P A; born ^ c wvford County, OA, February 



50- bd U.S. Navy, 1^446; farrner, 1946- 



.. , , 

Services, Inc., 1950-62$ southeastern manager, Oetz, 
; city couucUman, Ferry, 1962^64; mayor, PeWy,^ 19S-70^p^a?nt, Oeor- 



OEORGIA 102d Congress 73 

gia Municipal Association, 1969-70; administrative assistant, Senator Sam Nunn of Geor- 
gia, 1972-82; member, Perry First United Methodist Church; married to Barbara Eliza- 
beth Giles, 1947; three children, Susan, Charles, and Alan; elected to the 98th Congress 
on November 2, 1982; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

225 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1003 225-5901 

Administrative Assistant. Laura F. Redding. 

Executive Assistant. Audrey Balkcom. 

Legislative Director. R. Lee Culpepper. 

Military Assistant. Sally A. Games. 

301 15th Street, Columbus, GA 31902 (404) 324-0292 

200 Carl Vinson Parkway, Warner Robins, GA 31088 .............,.."..... (912) 929-2764 

200 Ridley Avenue, LaGrange, GA 30240 '',.'. (404) 882-4578 



Counties: Bleckley, Butts, Chattahoochee, Crawford, Dooly, Hams, Houston, Lamar, Macon, Marion, Menwether, 
Muscogee, Peach, Pike, Pulaski, Schley, Sumter, Talbot, Taylor, Troup, and Upson (21 counties). Population 
(1980), 540,865 

ZIP Codes: 30202, 30204 (part), 30206 (part), 3O216, 30218, 30220 (part), 30222, 30223 (part), 30230 (part), 30231. 
30233 (part), 30234, 30240-41, 30251, 30256-58, 30261, 30283, 30285, 30292 (part), 30293, 30295, 31005-08, 31012 
(part), 31013, 31014 (part), 31015 (part), 31016 (part), 31017 (part), 31022 (part), 31023 (part), 31025-26, 31028, 
31029 (part), 31030, 31036 (part), 31039, 31041, 31047, 31050-51, 31052 (part), 31057-58, 31063, 31065 (part), 31066 
(part), 31068-70, 31072 (part), 31076, 31078, 31081, 31088, 31091, 31092 (part), 31093, 31097 (partX 31098-99, 
31709, 31711, 31735, 31743 (part), 31764 (part), 31780. 31787 (part), 31801, 31803 (part), 3 1804-1273 1816, 31820, 
31822-23, 31824 (part), 31826-27, 31829-31, 31833, 31836, 31901-09 



FOURTH DISTRICT 

BEN JONES, Democrat, of Covington, GA; born in Tarboro, Edgecombe County, 
NC, on August 30, 1941; graduated, Woodrow Wilson High School, Portsmouth, VA; 
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1965; actor; member of the Screen Actors 
Guild; State Senate Music Industry Committee of Georgia; Newton County Democratic 
Executive Committee; State of Georgia Democratic Executive Committee; board of di- 
rectors: "Dreams Come True" and "Young Audiences"; active with Georgia Special 
Olympics, and fundraiser for United Negro College Fund; honorary chairman: Sclero- 
derma Foundation of Georgia, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Society; married to the former 
Vivian Walker, 1979; two children: Rachel, 20, and Walker, 7; elected to the 101st Con- 
gress on November 8, 1988; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

514 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1004 225-4272 

Staff Director. Wendy Herzog. 

Legislative Director. John Ahmann. 

Scheduler. Maggie Pollock. 
2936 North David Hills Road, Atlanta, GA 30329 (404) 371-9910 

District Director. Jim Watkins. 

Suite 113, 2964 Ember Drive, Decatur, GA 30034 (4O4) 244-1513 

1124 Clark Street, Covington, GA 30209 (4O4) 784-0250 



Counties: Newton and Rockdale. DE KALB COUNTY: That part not contained in the Fifth District. FUITON COUNTY. 



bounties: Newton and Rockdale. DE KALB COUNTY: That part not contained in the I 
That part not contained in the Fifth and Sixth Districts. Population (1980), 542,368. 



ZIP Codes: 30002, 30021, 30030-35, 30037-38, 30058 (part), 30072, 30074, 30075 (part), 30076, 30077, 30079, 30083 
(part), 30084 (part), 30085-88, 30136 (part), 30174 (part), 30188 (part), 30201 (part), 3O207-08, 30209 (part), 30233 
(part), 30253 (part). 30255 (part), 30262 (part), 30267 (part), 30270, 30281 (part), 30305 (part), 30306 (part), 30307 
(part), 30316 (part), 30319 (part), 30322, 30324 (part), 30326, 30328 (part), 30329, 30333, 30338 (part), 30340 (part), 
30341-42, 30345-47, 30350 (part). 30354 (part), 30356, 30358-59, 30360 (part), 30362, 30366, 30380 



74 Congressional Directory GEORGIA 

FIFTH DISTRICT 

JOHN LEWIS, Democrat, from Atlanta, OA; born in Pike County, AL on February 
21, 194O, attended Dunn's Chapel Elementary School, Troy, AL; graduated Banks Junior 
High School and Pike County Training School, Brundidge, AL, 1957; B.A., American 
Baptist Theological Seminary, Nashville, TN, 1961; B.A., Fisk University, Nashville, TN, 
1963- civil rights leader; elected to the Atlanta City Council, 1982-86; member: Martin 
Luther King Center for Social Change, African American Institute, Robert F. Kennedy 
Memorial* married to the former Lillian Miles in 1968; one child: John Miles Lewis; 
elected to the 100th Congress on November 4, 1986; reelected to each succeeding Con- 

Office Lbtittgi 

329 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1005.,.,, 225-3801 

Administrative Assistant. Linda Barley Chftstang. FAX: 225-0351 

Legislative Assistants: Kim Caskin, John Franklin. 

The Equitable Building, Suite 750, 100 Peachtree Street SW., Atlanta, OA 

30303 ..T. (404) 659-0116 

District Manager. Michael German. 



De Kalb Graty: City of Atlanta (that part within the county), abo the southwest quarter of unincorporated De Kalb 
County. FULTON COUNTY: City of Atlanta (all except a portion of Northeast Atlanta), E*t Point, Palmetto, 
RosweU, Sandy Springs, (western half), Union City (eastern half), and the southwest part of unincorporated Pulton 
County. Population (1980), 550,070. 



ZIP Codejs 30049 (part>._ 30075 (P*rtXJ0213J]prt), 30268 (part), ^7\:^86 (part), 30291 tout), 3030 H-03, 30305 



(part), 30306 (part), 3O3O7 (part). 30308-10, 30311 (part), 3O312-IS, 30316 (part), 30317-18, 30319 (part), 30321, 

30324 (partX 30325, 30327, 3O328 (put), 30330-32, SOT' * % ""*" " ^ n " n ' ^ 

30354 (part), 30355, 30357, 30361, 30364, 30377, 30379 



30324 (part), 30325, 30327, 3O328 (part), 30330-32, 30334. 30336, 30337 (part), 30338 (part), 30343-44, 30350 (part), 



SIXTH DISTRICT 

NEWT GINGRICH, Republican, of Jonesboro, GA; bom in Harrisburg, PA, June 17, 
1943; attended U.S. Army schools in Kansas, France, and Germany; graduated from 
Baker High School, Columbus, GA, 1961; B.A., Emory University, Atlanta, GA, 1965; 
M.A., Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, 1968 and Ph.D., European History, 1971; 
teacher, West Georgia College, Carrollton, 1970-7$; member: Kiwanis, Georgia Conser- 
vancy, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, the World Futurist 
Society; cofounder and member, Conservative Opportunity Society (COS); general chair- 
man, GOPAC; married to the former Marianne Ginther; two daughters: Kathy and 
Jackie Sue; elected to the 96th Congress, November 7, 1978; reelected to each succeeding 
Congress; elected House Republican Whip, March 1989. 

Office Listings 

2458 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1006 225-4501 

Administrative Assistant. Mary N. Brown. FAX: 225-4656 

Legislative Director. Grey Wright. 

Press Secretary. Sheila Ward. 

Georgia Administrator. Catherine Brock. 

Suite C, 6351 Jonesboro Road, Morrow, GA 3026O (404) 968-3219 

Griffin Federal Building, P.O. Box 848, Griffin, GA 30224 (404) 228-0389 

Carroll County Courthouse, Carrollton, OA 30117 .. . .. (404) 834-6398 

19 East Washington Street, Newnan, GA 30263 (404) 253-8355 




"""^ Heard ' Henry * Pauldirt8 ' Mk ' wd Spalding - 

*? 30057, 30070, 30101 (part), 3O104 {part), 30108-10, 30113, 
^On^ 3017S (oart) 30179-80, 30182, 
19, 




r , 

30291 5r ,302W <pv^96 t 30311 (part), 



GEORGIA 102d Congress 75 

SEVENTH DISTRICT 

GEORGE (BUDDY) DARDEN, Democrat, of Marietta, GA; born in Hancock 
County, GA, on November 22, 1943; graduated Sparta High School, 1961; A.B., Univer- 
sity of Georgia, Athens, 1965; J.D., University of Georgia, 1967; lawyer, admitted to the 
Georgia State Bar, 1968; assistant district attorney, Cobb County, 1968-72; district attor- 
ney 1973-77; former aide to the late U.S. Senator Richard B. Russell, 1962; admitted to 
practice in the Supreme Court; elected to the Georgia House of Representatives, 1980-83; 
First United Methodist Church of Marietta; married to the former Lillian Budd; two chil- 
dren: George and Christy; elected to the 98th Congress, on November 8, 1983, by special 
election; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

228 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1007 225-2931 

Administrative Assistant. Robert E. Gaylor, Jr. 

Legislative Director. Richard Patrick (5-3682) 
376 Powder Springs Street, Marietta, GA 30064 (404) 422-4480 

Chief of Staff. Paul R. Ervin. 

Office Manager/Caseworker. Jane E. Cook. 

Federal Building, Room 301, 600 East First Street, Rome, GA 30161 (404) 291-7777 

109 North Main Street, Lafayette, GA 30728 (404) 638-7042 



Counties: Bartow, Catoosa, Chattooga, Cobb, Dade, Floyd, and Walker (7 counties) Population (1980), 545,913 

ZIP Codes: 30001 (part), 30007, 30020, 30059-60, 30062, 30064, 30066-68, 30073, 30075 (part), 30080-82, 30101 (part), 
30103 (part), 30104 (part), 30105, 30120, 30123-24, 30129, 30137, 30139 (part), 30141 (part), 30144-45, 30147, 30149, 
30161 (part), 30162-64, 30171-73, 30178 (part), 30184 (part), 30188 (part), 30339, 30707, 30725-26, 30728, 30730-31, 
30736, 30738-39, 30740 (part), 30741-42, 30747-48, 30750, 30752 (part), 30753, 30755 (part), 30757, 37350 (part) 



EIGHTH DISTRICT 

J. ROY ROWLAND, Democrat, of Dublin, GA; born in Wrightsville, GA, on Febru- 
ary 3, 1926; awarded Combat Infantry Badge and Bronze Star for valor during service in 
the European Theater Operation [ETO], U.S. Army, 1944-46; graduated from the Medi- 
cal College of Georgia, 1952; family physician, 1953-82; served in Georgia House of Rep- 
resentatives, 1977-82; married to former Luella Price; three children: Mary Lou, Jane 
Carol, and James Roy III; elected on November 2, 1982 to the 98th Congress; reelected 
to each succeeding Congress; member: Energy and Commerce Committee; Veterans Af- 
fairs Committee; Democratic Steering and Policy Committee; Select Committee on Chil- 
dren, Youth, and Families; National Commission to Prevent Infant Mortality; National 
Commission on AIDS. 

Office Listings 

423 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1008 225-6531 

Administrative Assistant/Press Assistant. Selby McCash. 

Legislative Director. Kathy Hennemuth. 

Office Manager. Barbara M. Schlein. 

P.O. Box 2047, Dublin, GA 31040 (912) 275-0024 

Federal Building, Room 116, Waycross, GA 31501 (912)285-8420 

P.O. Box 6258, Macon, GA 31208 (912) 743-0150 

District Coordinator. Willard (Bill) Stembridge. 

Counties: Applmg, Atkinson, Bacon, Baldwin, Bibb, Charlton, Cimch, Orffee, Dodge, Glascock, Greene, Hancock, 
Jasper, Jeff Davis, Jefferson, Johnson, Jones, Laurens, Monroe, Pierce, Putnam, Taliaferro, Telfair, Treutlen, 
Twiggs, Ware, Washington, Wheeler, Wilcox, and Wilkinson (30 counties). Population (1980), 541,723. 

ZIP Codes: 3O204 (part), 30233 (part), 30255 (part), 30262 (part), 304U, 30413, 30428, 30434 (part), 30457 (part), 
30477, 30625 (part), 30631 (part), 30642, 30664-65, 30669 gait), 30678^ 30803 30810 30816 (part) 30818 30820, 
30823 (part), 30828 (part), 50833, 31001, 31002 (part), 31003-04, 31009, MO". 31012 (part), 31014 (part) 31015 
fnarrt 31O16 /rMrrt 31017 foartf) 31018-21 31022 (part), 31023 (part), 31024, 31029 (part), 31031-35, 31036 (part), 
Js ?3iol5Tl04 31^310 <^ 3^M8 (partHl052 fcart) . 31oS3* 31060-61, 31064 JuKS 
31066 tout) 31067 31071 31072(part), 31073, 31075, 31077, 31079 (part), 31082-4, 31085 (part), 31086-87, 

31201-12, 31297, 31501 (pa^ 31510, 31512-13. 31516, 31518-19, 



Congressional Directory GEORGIA 

, 31537, 31539. 31544, 31549-32 ; Jl 554 31353 <part>, .JIS56-57 J15O 

__ ; 31631 (part), 31634 (part). 31635 (part*. 31642. 31645 (part) ***** 

3J798(part) 



NINTH DISTINCT 

ED JENKINS, Democrat, of Jasper, GA; born in Young Harris, ;G A, January 4, 1933; 
oJ^nated [ Urdon County High School, Blairsville, GA, 1949; A.A., Young Hams Col- 
EfwM- l^vS%?& Georgia Law School, 1959; lawyer; admitted to the bar 
in 1958 ; andWraenced practice in Jslper; served in the U.S. Coast Guard, 1952-55; city 
tome y ?1968; county attorney, 1968-72; executive secretary to Congressman Phd M, 
Lndrum, 1959-62; assistant U.S. attorney for the northern district of Georgia, 1962-64; 
mbeT Lions Club, VFW, American Legion, Farm Bureau, State Democratic Execu- 
tivr^nmlSet American Bar Association, Georgia Bar Association, board of trustees of 
Reinhardt College, board of trustees, Young Harris College; Board of Education of the 
Pickens Area Vocational-Technical School, Jasper, GA; member, First Baptist Church; 
maied to the former Jo Thomasson; two children: Jan and Amy; elected to the 95th 
Congress, November 2, 1976; reelected to each succeeding Congress; member: Committee 
on Ways and Means, Committee on Budget. 

Office Listings 

2427 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20535-1009 225-5211 

Executive Secretary. Lisa A. Moss. 

Press Secretary. Jackie A. Sosby. n 

P.O. Box 70, Jasper, GA 30143 <*<*> 692-2022 

District Coordinator. Ann Dobson. 
P.O. Box 1015, Gainesville, GA 30503 - C^ 04 ) 536-2531 

Administrative Assistant. Sammy Smith. 
307 Selvidge Street, Dalton, GA 30720 - (4Q 4 ) 226-5320 



Countto: Banks, Cherokee, Dawson, Fannin, Foyth, Franklin, GUmer, Gordon, Habertham, *' H* 
Lumpkin, Murray, Pickens, Rabun, Stephens, Towm, Union, White, and Whfcftetd. OwiNNBTT COUNTY: That part 
not contained in the Tenth District, Population (19*0), 551,782. 



ZIP Code* 30071 (partX 30092, 30101 (part), 3O103 (part), 30107, 30U4. 30130, 30J36(part), 3213^30142-43, ^146, 
30148, 30151, 30174 (part), 30175, 30177, 30183, 3O184 (part), 30186, 30188 (part), 3O&H (part), ^30203 <p*rt) ; 30211 
(part). 30221 30243-iT 30245 (part), 30246, 30249 (part), 30278 <p*rt) f 3CJ50J-07, 30510-14, 3051d-l|, |0520-23, 
30525, 30527-28, 30529 (part), 30531, 30533-35, 3O537-49, 30552-55730557-58, 30559, 30560, 30562-68, 30571-73, 
30575^-77. 30580^82, 3059V30601 (pirt). 30607 (part), 30620 (part), 30624 (part), 30633 &^3M&&ari> 30635 
(part), 30639 (part), 30643, 30662 &arti 30672, 30701, 30705, 30708, 30710-11. 30720-22, 30724, 30732-35, 30740 
(partX 30746, 3O751, 3O755 (partX 3O756 



TENTH DISTRICT 

DOUG BARNARD, JR., Democrat, of Augusta, GA; born in Augusta, March 20, 
1922, son of D.D. Barnard, Sr., and Lucy B. Barnard; educated in the public schools of 
Richmond County, GA; B.A., Mercer University, Macon, GA, 1943; served in the U,S, 
Army, 1943-45; reentered Walter F. George School of Law, Mercer University, follow- 
ing service, graduated with LL.B., 1948; engaged in banking profession; employed at 
Georgia Railroad Bank & Trust Co., Augusta, 1948-49; Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, 
1949-50; Georgia Railroad Bank & Trust Co., Augusta, 1950-62; executive secretary to 
Governor, State of Georgia, 1963-66; Georgia Railroad Bank & Trust Co., Augusta, 
1966-76; board member, Department of Transportation of Georgia, 1966-76; Augusta 
Transportation Authority, 1973-76; Outstanding Young Man of Year, Augusta, 1957; Au- 
gusta College Alumnus of Year, 1966; chairman, Richmond fcounty Democratic Execu- 
tive Committee, 1955-60; member, State Democratic Executive Committee, 1963-66; 
Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities; Blue Key Honor Society; Phi Delta 
Theta Social Fraternity; TO Alpha Delta Legal, Fraternity; 10th District of Georgia 
chairman, chamber of commerce star student program, 1967; married to the former 
Naomi Elizabeth Holt, 1946; three children: Mrs, Pamela Holt Barnard Chafee, bom 
1952; Mrs. Lucy Irene Barnard Bard, born 1955, and D. Douglas Barnard III, born 1957; 
elected to tfce 95m Congress, November 2, 1976; reelected to each succeeding Congress, 



GEORGIA 



102d Congress 77 



Office Listings 

2227 Raybum House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1010 225-4101 

Banking Counsel-Jeff Tassey. FAX: 225-1873 

Executive Assistant. Sandra Swank. 

Press Secretary/Speech Writer. Steve Cohen. 

Staff Director/Legislative Director.- Beverly Bell. 774^)739 

P O Box 10123, 407 Telfair Street, Augusta, GA 30903 ;.. (404) 724-0739 

Stephens Federal Building, (Box 3), 355 Hancock *^f^ m ? m * n (404) 543.2014 
30601 



(1980), 550,268. 



78 Congressional Directory HAWAJI 

HAWAII 

(Population. 19SO census, *fr4,69!) 

SENATORS 

DANIEL K. INOUYE, Democrat, of Honolulu, HI; born in Honolulu, HI; September 
7, 1924; A.B. degree in government and economics, University of Hawaii, 1950; J.D 
degree, George Washington University Law School, 1952; majority leader, Territorial 
house of representatives, 1954-58; Territorial senate, 1958-59; enlisted as private, 442d In- 
fantry Regimental Combat Team, 1943; battlefield commission, second lieutenant, 1944- 
served in France and Italy; retired captain, U.S. Army; Methodist; married the former 
Margaret Shinobu Awamura of Honolulu; one son, Daniel Ken Inouye, Jr.; elected July 
28, 1959, to the 86th Congress; reelected to the 87th Congress; elected to the U.S. Senate 
November 6, 1962, for the term ending January 3, 1969; reelected November 5, 1968' re- 
elected November 5, 1974, for the term ending January 3, 1981; reelected November 4 
1980, for the term ending January 3, 1987; reelected November 4, 1986. ' 

Office Listings 

722 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20SICM102 ,. 224-3934 

Administrative Assistant. Patrick H. DeLeon. TDD: 224-1233 

Deputy Administrative Assistant. Jennifer Goto. 

Office Manager. Beverly MacDonald. 

Personal Secretary. SaUy Watanabe. 

Senior Legislative Assistant. Phyliss Minn. 

Suite 7325, 300 Ala Moana Boulevard, Honolulu, HI 96850 .,.,.. (808) 541-2542 

Hilo Auxiliary Office, 101 Aupuni Street, No, 2O4, Hilo, HI 96720 (808) 935-0844 



11 7 EL ? AKAKA, Democrat, of Honolulu, HI; born in Honolulu, HI, September 
11, 1924; graduated, Kamehameha High School, 1942; University of Hawaii, 1948-66- 
bachelor of education, professional certificate, master of education; served in the U.S. 
*??' !o!i~2T ; t j? lcher ^ig-60; vice P^'P* 1 ' 19 &>; principal, 1963-71; program spe- 
?jlfSx 968 ~ 7 u 1; dgcctor, 1971-74; director and special assistant in Human Resources, 
1975-76; member, Kawaiahao Church; board of directors, Hanahauoli School; Act 4 Edu- 
cational Advisory Commission; Library Advisory Council; Na Hookama O Fauahi schol- 
arship cxpinmittee Kamehameha L Schools; commissioner, manpower and full employment 
1 * 10 '. KjKwaMfcao Church; married to the former Mary Mildred 
U i e o^? ame1 ,' Jr " Gerard ' AJ a> and Nicholas; elected to the 
o 197 ^ rcelected <o ^ ch succeeding Congress; elected No- 
te t0 com P letc the nexpin5d term o? the late Senator 



Office Listing* 

720 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-1 103 224-6361 

Administrative Assistant, James Sakai ........ " .............. "ETAV 

Legislative Director. Patrick O. McGarey. AX: 

^ Office Manager/Personal Secretary. Patricia L. Hill 

P.O. Box 50144, Honolulu, HI 96850.... ...... . . 

District Coordinator. Robert T. Og^^a. .................................. * ...... " 



REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 



HAWAII 102d Congress 79 

vacancy caused by the resignation of Cecil Heftel; elected to the Honolulu City Council, 
1988-90; member: board of directors, Epilepsy Foundation of America; board of direc- 
tors, Hawaii Special Olympics; married to the former Nancie Caraway elected to the 
102d Congress, November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

1440 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1 101 225-2726 

Chief of Staff. Skip Roberts. 

Legislative Director. Pat McCain. 
Room 4104, 300 Ala Moana Boulevard, Honolulu, HI 96850 (808) 541-2570 

Communications Director. Mike Slackman. 

District Director. George Hudes. 



Oahu Island: That part not contained in the Second District. Population (1980), 482,375 
ZIP Codes: 96701, 96782, 96797 (part), 96800-22, 96825-28, 96830, 96835-37, 96839, 96861 

* * * 

SECOND DISTRICT 

PATSY MINK, Democrat of Honolulu, born Patsy Matsu Takemoto on December 26, 
1927, in the village of Paia on Maui; graduated from Maui High School, 1944; attended 
Wilson College, Chambersburg, PA; University of Nebraska; B.A., University of Hawaii, 
1948; J.D., University of Chicago Law School, 1951; attorney, practicing in Hawaii; lec- 
turer, University of Hawaii, 1952-56; lecturer, University of Hawaii, 1952-56; reelected to 
the Hawaii House of Representatives, 1956-58; Hawaii Senate, 1958-59, 1962-64; elected 
to the U.S. House of Representatives, 89th-94th Congresses, 1956-1976; unsuccessful can- 
didate to the U.S. Senate in 1976; Assistant Secretary of State, 1977-78; president, Ameri- 
cans for Democratic Action, 1978-82; elected to the Honolulu city council, 1983-87; 
elected, by special election on September 22, 1990 to fill the vacancy caused by the resig- 
nation of Daniel Akaka; reelected to the 102d Congress; married to John Francis Mink; 
one daughter, Gwendolyn. 

Office Listings 

2135 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1102 225-4906 

Administrative Assistant. Bob Chun. FAX: 225-4987 

Legislative Director. Laura Efurd. 

Office Manager. Helen Lewis. 
P.O. Box 50144, Honolulu, HI 96850 (808) 541-1986 

District Coordinator. Earl Arruda. 
5104 Federal Building, 300 Ala Moana Boulevard, Honolulu, HI 96813 



Islands: Hawaii, Kahoolawe, Kauai, Lanai, Maui, Molokai, and Niihau. NORTHWESTERN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS: Kaula 
Island to Kurc Atoll, excluding the Midway Islands and all other islands of the State of Hawaii not otherwise 
specifically enumerated. OAHU ISLAND: That part beginning at the point of intersection of the western extension of 
the north shoreline edge of Pearl Harbor Entrance Channel and running southwesterly, northwesterly, northeaster- 
ly, then southeasterly along the shoreline to the crest of the Koolau Range at Makapuu Point, thence northwester- 
ly along the crest of the Koolau Range to the intersection with the eastern boundary of the Schofield Barracks 
Military Reservation (east range), thence southwesterly along said military reservation boundary to its intersection 
with H-2 Freeway, then southeasterly along said freeway to its intersection with Meheula Parkway, thence 
southwesterly, then southeasterly along said parkway to its intersection with Kamehameha Highway, thence 
southeasterly along said highway to its intersection with H-l Freeway, thence northwesterly along said freeway to 
its intersection with the extension of Mahoe Street, thence southeasterly along said extension and along said street 
to its intersection with Waipahu Street, thence generally southwesterly along Waipahu Street to its intersection 
with Waikele Stream, thence southwesterly, southeasterly, then southwesterly along said stream and said stream 
extended to its junction with the line running along the center of West Loch Channel (east of Laulaunui Island), 
thence generally southwesterly, then southeasterly along said center line to the point of beginning. Population 
(1980), 482,316. 

ZIP Codes: 96703-08, 96710, 96712-22, 96725-34, 96739-57, 96759-66, 96768-81, 96783-86, 96788-93, 96795-96, 
96797 (part) 



8 Q Congressional Directory 1DAHO 

IDAHO 

(Population. 19HQ temu*. WVW 

SENATORS 

STEVE SYMMS, Republican, of Caldwell, ID; born April 23, 1938, in Nampa, ID, 
son of Darwin and Irene Knowlton Symms; University of Idaho, B,$. in horticulture, 
I960- served in U.S. Marine Corps, 1960-63; serves on Senate Finance Committee, Senate 
Budget Committee, Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, and Joint Eco- 
nomic Committee; elected to the 93d Congress, November 7, W2; reflected to each sue- 
ceeding Congress; elected to the U.S. Senate, November 4, 1980, for the 6-year term be- 
ginning January 3, 1981; reelected November 4, 1986. 

Office Listings 

509 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510- 1202 v SMIS 

Legislative Director. Taylor Bowlden. AX: 224-5893 

Executive Assistant Gaye Bennett. TDD: 224-8523 

Suite 338, 8th and Bannock, P.O. Box 1190, Boise, ID 83701 (208) 334-1776 

Chief of Staff. J. Philip Reberger. 

305 Federal Building, Coeur d'Alene, ID 83814 (208) <*4~5490 

Room 305, 482 Constitution Way, Idaho Falls, ID 83102 (208) 522-9779 

No. 106, 401 Second Street North, Twin Falls, ID 83301 . (208) 734-2515 

105 Federal Building, Moscow, ID 83843 <208) J82-5560 

207 Federal Building, Pocatello, ID 83201 (208) 236-6775 

No. 103, 301 D Street, Lewiston, ID 83501 , (208) 748-1492 



LARRY E. CRAIG, Republican, of Payette. ID; born July 20, 1945, at Council, ID, 
son of Elvin and Dorothy Craig; attended Midvale public schools; graduated, University 
of Idaho; student body president, University of Idaho, 1968-69; graduate work in eco- 
nomics and the politics of developing nations, George Washington University, 1970; na- 
tional vice president, Future Farmers of America, 1966-67; State senator, Payette and 
Washington Counties, three terms; chairman, senate commerce and labor committee; 
member: National Foundation for Defense Analysis; Idaho State Republican Executive 
Committee, 1976-78; president, Young Republican League of Idaho, 1976-77; chairman, 
Republican Central Committee, Washington County, 1971-72; board member, National 
Rule Association; policy chairman, Republican Study Committee. 1990; farmer-rancher, 
Mid vale area, for 10 years; elected to the 97th Congress, November 4, 1980; reelected to 
each succeeding Congress; elected to the U.S, Senate, November 6 1990. 

Office Listings 

302 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-1203 224-2752 

Chief of Staff. Gregory S. Casey. FAX: 224-2573 

Executive Assistant. Lynn Thompson. 
Legislative Director/Counsel. Brooke M. Roberts. 
Press Secretary. David Fisfc. 

Room 149, 304 North Eighth Street, Boise, ID $3701 (208) 342-7985 

FAX: (208) 343-2458 

103 North 4th Street, Coeur D'Alene, ID 83*14 , (208) 667-6130 

FAX: (20$) 765-1743 

633 Main Street, Lewiston, ID 83501 ^ ,.,. . (?08) 743-0792 

FAX: (208) 746-7275 

250 South 4th 'Street, Pocatello, ID 83201 , , (208) 236-6817 

FAX: (205) 236-6820 

824 Blue Lakes Boulevard, Twin Falls, ID 3^301 , (208) 734-6780 

FAX: (208) 734-3905 



IDAHO 102d Congress 81 

REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 

LARRY LAROCCO, Democrat, of Boise, ID; born in Van Nuys, CA, August 25, 
46- graduated, Riordan High School, San Francisco, CA; B.A., communications, Uni- 
of Portland, Portland, OR, 1967; M.A., School of Public Communications, Boston 



rv , , , .. 

T Tniversitv Boston, MA, 1969; Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, 
1Q68-69- captain, military intelligence, U.S. Army, 1969-72; stockbroker; vice president, 
Finer Jaffray & Hopwood; married to the former Christine (Chris) Bideganeta, 1967; two 
dSdren: Anna, 1968; Matthew, 1979; elected to the 102d Congress, November 6, 1990. 



Office Listings 
1 1 17 Loneworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1201 ............. 225-661 1 

Chief of Staff. Garry V. Weuske. 

Staff Assistant/Scheduler. Chene Slayton. , A ^-> 1 1 

Room 136, 304 North 8th Street, Boise, ID 83702 ................... ... ........................... (208) 343-4211 

District Representative/Press Secretary --Tom Knappenberger. 



(1980), 472,055. 




TO-u/, 83709/83711, 83714-15, 83801-O6,' 83808-14J 83821- 
83864-74, 83876, 97910 (part), 99128 (part), 99156 (part) 



SECOND DISTRICT 



RICHARD H. STALLINGS, Democrat, of Rexburg, ID; born Ogden, UT on Octo- 
tv.f 7 194<> attended public schools of Ogden; graduated Ben Lomand High School, 
Oedek 1958- ^ed tw^ye^ mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Samtt 
rMomon* in New Zealand, 1960-62; B.S., history and political science, Weber State Col- 
e1e^de" 1965- N^Thistory, Ulih State University, Logan, 1968; chairman and pro- 
fefs^r !5ck CtoUege History Department, Rexburg, ID, 1969; married to the former 
S ^rner, 19637 three chBdren: Rick, Salliannejnd Daniel;elected to the 99& C^n- 

and Energy Study Conference; Democratic Leadership Council. 



Office Listings 

225-5531 



1122 Longworth House Office Buil^ Washington, DC 20515-1202 .............. 225-5531 

Administrative Assistant. Melodic Rydalch. r A ^- <""> ^ 7J 



Scheduling Secretary. Ranae StaUings. /IAQ\ -ai^-io* 1 * 

Suite rSr^NoTOi ^Street, Boise, ID 83702 (208) 334-1953 

Chief of Staff. Gary Catron. (2Qy , 2 36-6734 

Suite 220, 250 South 4th Avenue, Pocatello, ID 83201 ^<V 

Field Director. Sallee Gasser, {20g , 734 _ 63 29 

Suite 1180, 834 Falls Avenue Twin Fallg ID 8330^... ;;;;; ^ 523 _ 6701 

Suite 106, 482 Constitution Way, Idaho Falls, ID 83401 v > 



ZTP Code* 83201-4*, ^V^&^ 

8 83?5 2 2 B3420-Z5, 83427-29, S3431, 83433-38, 



82 Congressional Directory IDAHO 

.*.<*_ RUffi 66 83467 (part), 83468-69, 83601, 83617 (part), 83623, 83627, 83633, 

83440, 83442-45, 83448-52, 83454-55 J^J^ *^T3 *g 2 6Q609 (part)> 6Q615, 60616 (part), 60617 (pan), 
OI^XT /to ei7nn rnrtV 83701. 83702 (part;, W /U T VF ll /v ,..,. , _^ AAA^T (VUOA rnart'k. 60409 fnartY Uio 



83440, 83442-45, -, - , | 

83M7-48, 83700 (part), 83701, 83702 (part ) 83 ^^/^^t), ^60653, 60406 (part), 60409 (part), 604? 

S^ &2 (S SS?3 S S ^ 28 

(pS), 0637 (part), 60643'(part), 60649 (part) 



ILLINOIS 102d Congress 83 

ILLINOIS 

(Population, 1980 census, 11,418,461) 

SENATORS 

ALAN J. DDCON, Democrat, of Belleville, IL; born July 7, 1927; graduated, Belleville 
Township High School, 1945; B.S., 1949, University of Illinois and LL.B., 1949, Wash- 
ington University, St. Louis, MO; served hi the U.S. Navy Air Corps (It. Jg )* lawyer- 
admitted to the Illinois State Bar in 1949 and commenced practice in Belleville- practiced 
law from 1949-76; in April, 1949, at the age of 21, elected police magistrate; in 1950, at 
the age of 23, elected to the Illinois House of Representatives as the youngest member of 
the general assembly; served in the general assembly from 1951-63; selected as chairman 
of the house judiciary committee; in 1962 elected Illinois State Senate, served 1963-71, 
served as minority whip; named chairman of judicial advisory council; in 1970, elected 
Illinois State treasurer, served 1971-77; hi 1976 elected Illinois secretary of state, served 
1977-81; the only State elected official to serve hi all three branches of government 
legislative, executive, and judicial; elected secretary of state in 1976 by a 1.3 million vote 
margin and reelected in 1978 with a 1.5 million margin, being the first Democrat ever to 
carry all 102 Illinois counties and all suburban townships hi Cook County and all Chicago 
wards; received "Best Legislator" award five times, from Independent Voters of Illinois; 
elected to the U.S. Senate, November 4, 1980, for the term 1981-87; reelected November 
4, 1986, by a margin of 980,000 votes, for the 6-year term 1987-93; married to the former 
Joan Louise Fox, January 17, 1954; three children; Stephanie, Jeffrey, and Elizabeth; and 
seven grandchildren. 

Office Listings 

331 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-1301 224-2854 

Administrative Assistant. Eugene Callahan. 

Office Manager. Patricia A. Barry. 

Press Secretary. Bill Adams. 

Legislative Director. Bill Mattea. 

Suite 3996, 23O South Dearborn Street, Chicago, IL 60604 (312) 353-5420 

Suite 212, 8787 State Street, East St. Louis, IL 62203 (618) 398-7920 

105 South 6th Street, Mount Vernon, IL 62864 (618) 244-6703 

Post Office and Court House, Room 117, 6th and Monroe Streets, Spring- 
field, IL 62701 ; (217) 492-4126 



PAUL SIMON, Democrat, of Makanda, IL; born, Eugene, OR, November 29, 1928, 
son of Reverend and Mrs. Martin (Ruth) Simon; attended public schools of Eugene, OR, 
University of Oregon, Dana College, Blair, NE; at the a^e of 19, purchased the Troy 
Tribune, Troy, IL, becoming the youngest editor-publisher in the Nation; expanded news- 
paper business to chain of 14 weeklies, sold in 1966 to devote full time to writing and 
public service; U.S. Army Counter Intelligence Corps, 1951-53, assigned as a special 
agent in Europe along the Iron Curtain; elected to Illinois House of Representatives at 
the age of 25 in 1954, reelected in 1956, 1958, and I960; elected to Illinois Senate, 1962, 
reelected in 1966; elected Illinois Lieutenant Governor, 1968, serving from January 1969, 
to January 1973; taught at Sangamon State University, Springfield, IL, 1972-73, and at 
John F. Kennedy Institute of Politics, Harvard University, 1973; received Best Legislator 
Award of Independent Voters of Illinois seven times, more than any other State legisla- 
tor; a leader in government reform, he has disclosed his income, assets, and liabilities 
every year since 1954; author of 12 books, "A Hungry World", "Lovejoy Martyr to 
Freedom", "Lincoln's Preparation for Greatness", "You Want To Change the World? So 
Change It", **The Tongue-Tied American", "Once And Future Democrats", "The Glass 
House" and coauthor of "Protestant-Catholic Marriages Can Succeed" (with his wife 
Jeanne) and "The Politics of World Hunger" (Harper's Magazine Press, 1973, with his 
brother, Rev. Arthur Simon); "Beginnings** (Continuum, 1986), "Let's Put America Back 
To Work" (Bonus Books, 1986), "Winners and Losers" (Continuum, 1989); 32 honorary 
degrees; married to the former Jeanne Hurley of Wilmette, IL, on April 21, 1960, when 
both were serving in the Illinois House of Representatives, making them the only hus- 
band-wife team in the history of the general assembly; two children: Sheila, March 13, 
1961, and Martin, May 21, 1964; Lutheran; home, Makanda, IL; elected to the 94th Con- 



84 Congressional Directory 



ILLINOIS 



gress, November 5, 1974; reelected to four succeeding Congresses; elected on November 
6, 1984 to the U.S. Senate for the term expiring January 3, 1991 and reelected November 
6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

462 Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-1302 224-2152 

Administrative Assistant. Floyd Fithian. FAX: 224-2223 

Executive Assistant/Office Manager. Ray Johnsen. 

Press Secretary. David Carle. 

Legislative Director. Vicki Otten. 

Room 3892, 230 South Dearborn, Chicago, JL 606O4 (312) 353-4952 

Suite 1, 3 West Old Capitol Plaza, Springfield, IL 62701 ,. <217) 492-4960 

Room 115-B, 250 West Cherry Street, Carbondale, IL 62203 (618) 457-3653 

Suite 212, 8787 State Street, East St. Louis, IL 62203 (618) 398-7707 



REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 

CHARLES A. HAYES, Democrat, of Chicago, IL; born in Cairo, IL, February 17, 
1918; attended the public schools of Cairo, IL; graduated Sutnner High School, Cairo, 
1935; trade unionist for over 45 years; international vice president and director, United 
Food and Commercial Workers Union; vice president, Illinois State AFL-CIO; co- 
founder and vice president, Operation PUSH; trustee, Martin Luther King Center for 
Social Change; board member, Chicago Urban League; received many awards of the 
above organizations; two children; elected to the 98th Congress by a special election, on 
August 23, 1983, due to the resignation of Harold Washington; reelected to each succeed- 
ing Congress. 

Office Listing. 

1131 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1301 225-4372 

Administrative Assistant. Harriet C. Pritchett. 

Legislative Director. Katrina A. Kelley. 

Press Secretary. Katrina A. Kelley. 
8704 South Constance, Chicago, IL 60617 , .... (312) 221-4040 

District Administrator. Harold Rogers. 



City of Chicago: That part beginning at the intersection of the Lake Michigan Shore and Cermak Road extended, 
thence west on Cennak Road extended and Cermak Road to South Federal Street, thence south on South Federal 
Street to West 25th Street extended, thence west on West 25th Street extended to tn* Pcnn-Contral Transportation 
S?V h ^ f ^ 00 *e Penn-Cenlxal Transportation Co. to We*t 35th Street, thence wast on West 35th Street to 
the C. & WX Railroad, thence south on the C. & W.I. Railroad to West 42d Street, thence east on W*t 42d Street 
> I^S t -, Avenue il thence "^^ ? Stewart Avenue to West 43d Street, thence west on West 43d Street to the G 
v I- Railroad, thence south on the C. & W.I. Railroad to West 47th Street, thet** wett Ort W*l 47th Street to 
*" 1 ^r* 1 ' thfln e 80Wth on . Son S i MOT WW Stnsct to w * 4Sth Street, thence w*t ow West 48th Street 
venue, thence south on South Racine Avenue to West Qarficld Boulevard, t 



u 

t t encc south on Sovah Ore < st " > w *?* S<ret, thenoe east on 
on South Hatetod Sireei to West I03d Street, ttoenoe east on 
* < South Yatw Avenu to Bast 95tb Street, thence wet on 

,Hi t c Boulevard, thence north on South Yates Boulevard tad South Y*te Boulevard 

extended to East 73d Street, thence east on East 73 Street and Bast 73d Street extended to the L*k Michigan 
Shore, thence north on the Lake Michigan Shore to tlie place of bclmm Po^5S0?80)7 5 19?04* 



SECOND DISTRICT 



of Chica <> IL; bora in Detroit, MI, October 30, 1925; 
lic schools, Clucago, IL; graduated, Wendell Phillips High School 1943; 

CrfQP^L-^ *?* 9?Hf ge ' 1 ? 51; raduate >vork: political saence, Roosevelt 
College, 1952; Chicago-Kent College of Law, 1952-53; corporal, U.S. Army, 1943-46; 



ILLINOIS 102d Congress 85 

journalist, 1954-79; author: "How to Increase the Power of the Negro Vote" and "Politi- 
cal Power"; editor-publisher, Citizen Community Newspapers, 1965-79; Washington Park 
Civic Association, "Independent Journalist," 1965: recipient: City of Chicago, Medal of 
Merit (heroism), 1976; Operation PUSH, "Father of the Year," 1977; Dollars & Sense 
Quarterly, Distinguished Achievement hi Business, 1976; National Newspaper Publishers 
Association, Best Columnist, 1978; Maryland State NAACP, "Freshman Congressman of 
the Year," 1981; AFL-CIO, 100 percent labor voting record, 1981; member, National 
Newspaper Publishers Association; married to the former Eunice King (deceased); two 
children: Thomas and Emma; elected to the 97th Congress, November 4, 1980; reelected 
to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

1 121 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1302 .............. 225-0773 

Chief of Staff. Louanner Peters. FAX: 225-8608 

Legislative Director. Ekmnovah Dunkley. 
Legislative Correspondence. Jimmie Williams III. 
Scheduler. Stanley Boucrae, Jr. 



11434 South Halsted, Chicago, EL 6O628 ................................................................ (312) 660-2000 



City of Oiiogn (part) and COOK COUNTY (part): That part beginning at the intersection of South Racine Avenue and 
West Garfield Boulevard, thence west on West Garfield Boulevard to Conrafl, thence south on Conrail to West 
63d Street, thence west on West 63d Street to South Western Avenue, thence south on South Western Avenue to 
West 69th Street, thence east on West 69th Street to Conrafl, thence south on Conrail to South Vincennes Avenue, 
thence southwest on South Vincennes Avenue to West 107th Street, thence west on West 107th Street to South 
Church Street, thence southwest on South Church Street to 108th Place, thence west on 108th Place to South 
Ashland Avenue, thence south on South Ashland Avenue to West lllth Street, thence west on West 1 llth Street 
to South Vincennes Avenue, thence southwest on South Vincennes Avenue to West Pryor Avenue, thence 
northwest on West Pryor Avenue and West Pryor Avenue extended to South Homewood Avenue, thence 
southwest on South Homewood Avenue to Monterey Avenue, thence northwest on Monterey Avenue to West 
lllth Street, thence west on West lllth Street to South Longwood Drive, thence south on South Longwood 
Drive to West 119th Street, thence east on West 119th Street to the Chicago corporate limits, thence southwest 
and southeast along the Chicago corporate limits to the C.R.L & P. Railroad, thence northeast on the C.R.I. & P. 
Railroad to West 119th Street, thence east on West 119th Street to South Ashland Avenue, thence south on South 
Ashland Avenue to West 123d Street extended, thence east on West 123d Street extended to the I.C.C. Railroad, 
thence southwest on the LOG. Railroad to the west Calumet Township line, thence south on the west Calumet 
Township tine and the west Calumet Township line extended south to the west Thornton Township line, thence 
south on the west Thornton Township line to the Dan Ryan Expressway, thence northeast on the Dan Ryan 
Expressway to the west Thornton Township tine, thence south on the west Thornton Township line to West 167th 
Street, thence east on West 167th Street to the east corporate limits of the village of Hazel Crest, thence south on 
the east corporate limits of the village of Hazel Crest to West 171st Street, thence east on West 171st Street and on 
to West 172d Street to South Halsted Street, thence north on South Halsted Street to West 167th Street, thence 
east on West 167th Street to TTVJUJM Avenue, thence north on Indiana Avenue to Sibley Boulevard, thence east on 
Sibley Boulevard to the Calumet Expressway, thence south on the Calumet Expressway to a tine extended west 
from Wilson Avenue, thence east on Wilson Avenue and Wilson Avenue extended to Ridgeland Avenue, thence 
north on Ridgeland Avenue to Harding Avenue, thence east on Harding Avenue to Yates Avenue, thence south 
on Yates Avenue to Sibley Boulevard, thence east on Sibley Boulevard to Torrence Avenue, thence north on 
Torrence Avenue to State Street, thence east on State Street to Conrafl, thence south on Conrail to East 154th 
Street, thence east on East 154th Street to Fredand Avenue, thence south on Freeland Avenue to East 155th 
Street, thence east on East 155th Street to the Illinois-Indiana State line, thence north on the Illinois-Indiana State 
tine and the Illinois-Indiana State fine extended to the intersection of a tine extended northeast from the Calumet 
River, thence southwest on the Calumet River line extended to the Lake Michigan Shore, thence north on the 
Lake Michigan Shore to East 73d Street extended, thence west on East 73d Street extended and East 73d Street to 
South Yates Boulevard, thence south on South Yates Boulevard and South Yates Boulevard extended to East 95th 
Street, thence east on East 95th Street to South Yates Avenue, thence south on South Yates Avenue to East 103d 
Street, thence west on East lO3d Street to South Halsted Street, thence north on South Halsted Street to West 
57th Street, thence west on West 57th Street to South Green Street, thence north on South Green Street to West 
56th Street, thence west on West 56th Street to South Peoria Street, thence north on South Peoria Street to West 
Garfield Boulevard, thence west on West Garfield Boulevard to the place of beginning. Population (1980), 518,931. 

ZIP Codec 60406 (part), 60409 (part), 60419, 60426 (part), 60469 fcart), 60473 (part), 60617 (part), 60620 (part), 60621 
(part), 60627, 60628 (part), 60633, 60636 (part), 6O637 (part), 60643 (part), 60649 (part) 



THIRD DISTRICT 

MARTY RUSSO, Democrat, of South Holland, IL; born in Chicago, IL, January 23, 
1944: graduated, Our Lady of Pompeii Grammar School, Chicago, 1957; and St. Ignatius 
High School, Chicago, 1961; B.A., DePaul University, 1965; J.D., DePaul University 
College of Law, 1967; Appellate Court, 1967-68; former assistant State attorney, Cook 
County, EL, 1971-73; engaged in general trial work in criminal and civil law; admitted to 
the bar of the U,S. Supreme Court, 1974; Roman Catholic; married to the former Karen 
Jorgensen; two children: Tony and Dan; member of the Executive Committee of the Ad 



86 Congressional Directory ILLINOIS 

Hoc Congressional Committee for Irish Affairs; member Order Sons of Italy; Kwanis 
Club of South Holland; Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity; Illinois, Bar Association; Federal 
Bar Association; elected to 94th Congress, November 5, 1974; reelected to each succeed- 
ing Congress; member: House Committee on Ways and Means; vice chairman, Subcom- 
mStee on Health; member, Subcommittee on Overnight; Committee on House Adminis- 
tration; deputy whip; Steering Committee and Policy Committee. 

Office Listings 

2233 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1303... 225-5736 

Administrative Assistant. Rosanne Manni FAX- 225-0295 

10634 South Cicero, Oak Lawn, IL 60453 , .... (708)636-4171 

District Administrator. Carol A. GUfey. 



City of Chicago (part) and COOK COUNTY (part)- That part beginning a* the mtcmrctttw f Went Garfield Boulevard 
and the Conrail, thence west on West Garfield Boulevard and oti a tine extended wet onto Wet 55th Street to 
South Cicero Avenue, thence south on South Cicero Avenue to west 39th Street, thence west on a line extended 
across Midway Airport and onto West 59th Street and West 59th Street extended to South Harlem Avenue, thence 
south on South Harlem Avenue and on a line extended south along the west Stickncy Township line to Wabash 
Avenue, thence east on Wabash Avenue to Worth Avenue, thence north n Worth Avenue to 1 09th Place, thence 
east on 109th Place to South Oak Park Avenue, thence north on .South Oak Park Avenue to West 107th Street, 
thence east on West 107th Street to Nashville Avenue, thence *outh on Nanhville Avenue to we*t 109th Street, 
thence east on West 109th Street to Ridgeland Avenue, thence south on RtdgeUnd Avenue to West lllth Street, 
thence east on West lllth Street to South Cicero Avenue, thence south on South Cicero Avenue to West 135th 
Street, thence west on West 135th Street to South Harlem Avenue, thence nouth on South Harlem Avenue and on 
a line extended south along the west Bremen Township line to West 183d Street, thence eaai on Wett 183d Street 
and on a line extended east to the east Tin ley Park corporate limits, thence south on a hnc extended south from the 
east Traley Park corporate limits to the south Bremen Township line, thence cant along the south Bremen 
Township line and on a line extended east along the south Thornton Town*ftp line to the Calumet Expressway, 
thence north on the Calumet Expressway to the Little Calumet River, thence went on the Little Calumet River to 
South Indiana Avenue, thence south on South Indiana Avenue (o Wet 167th Street, thence wctt on West 167th 
Street to South Halsted Street, thence south on South Halsted Street to West 172d Street, thence west on Wert 
172d Street and onto West 171st Street to the east corporate limits of Hazel Crest, thence north along the eatt 
corporate limits of Hazel Crest to West 167th Street, thence west on West 167th Street to the west Thornton 
Township line, thence north along the west Thornton Township line to the Dan Ryan Expressway, thence 
southwest on the Dan Ryan Expressway to the west Thornton Township line, thence north along the west 
Thornton Township line to the I.C.G. Railroad, thence oortheatt on the I CO Railroad to West 123d Street 
extended, thence west on West 123rd Street extended to South Ashland Avenue, thence north on South Ashland 
Avenue to West 119th Street, thence west on West 119th Street m the C R.I AP Railroad, thence southwest on 
the C.R.I.&P. Railroad to the Chicago corporate limits, thence northwest and northeast along the Chicago 
corporate limits to West 119th Street, thence west on West 119th Street to South tx>ngw<xxi Drive, thence north 
on South Longwood Drive to West lllth Street, thence east on West lllth Street to Monterey Avenue, thence 
southeast on Monterey Avenue to South Homewood Avenue, thence northeast on South Homewood Avenue to 
West Pryor Avenue, thence southeast on West Pryor Avenue to South V income* Avenue, thence northeast on 
South Vincennes Avenue to West 11 1th Street, thence east on West 1 1 1th Street to South AahSmnd Avenue, thence 
north on South Ashland Avenue to West 108th Place, thence east on Went 108th Place so South Church Street, 
thence northeast on South Church Street to West 107th Street, thence east on West IQ7th Street to South 
Vincennes Avenue, thence northeast on South Vincennes Avenue to the Conriil, thence north on the Conrail to 
West 69th Street, thence west on West 69th Street to South Western Avenue, thence north on South Western 
Avenue to West 63d Street, thence east on West 63d Street to the Conrail, thence north on the Conrail to the 
place of beginning. Population (1980), 519,084. 

ZIP Codes: 60406 (part), 60415, 60425 <part), 60426 (part), 60429 (part), 60430 <p*rt), 60445 <p*rt), 60452-54, 60455 
(part), 60456, 60458-59, 60462 (part), 60469 (part), 60472, 60473 (part), 60476, 6O477 <mrt)T60482 (part), 60499, 
60620 (part), 60629, 60632 (part), 60636 (part), 60638 (part). 60642. 60643 (part). 60652. 60655 (part), 60658 



FOURTH DISTRICT 

GEORGE E. SANGMEISTER, Democrat, of Mokena, IL; born in Joliet, Will 
County, IL, February 16, 1931; attended, Frankfort Grade School District 157, IL; grad- 
uated, Joliet Township High School, IL, 1949; attended, Joliet Junior College, 1951; 
B.A., Elmhurst College, IL, 1957; LL.B., John Marshall Law School, Chicago, IL, I960, 
served, U.S. Army, rank Sergeant, 1951-53; attorney; admitted to Illinois Bar in 1960 and 
commenced practice in Frankfort and Joliet; magistrate, Will County Circuit Court, 
J2S1"S^ State attome y> Wil1 County, 1964-68; served, Illinois House of Representatives, 
1972-76, and Illinois Senate, 1976-87; member: Illinois Trial Lawyers Association, Illinois 
Bar Association, Wm County Bar Association, Police Chiefs Association of Will County, 
American Legion Post 1098, Old Timer*s Baseball Association, Mokena Chamber of 
Commerce, Frankfort Chamber of Commerce, Frankfort Uans Club; board member, 
Joiiet Junior College Foundation, Silver Cross Hospital Foundation Board, Joliet/Will 
County Center for Economic Development; married to the former Doris M. Hinspetef; 



ILLINOIS 102d Congress 87 

two children: George Kurt and Kimberly Ann; elected November 8, 1988, to the 101st 
Congress; reelected to the 102d Congress, November 6, 199O. 



1032 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1304 225-3635 

Legislative Director. Jody LenkoskL 

Personal Secretary/Scheduler. Nancy Drake. 
101 North Joliet Street, Joliet, IL 60431 

Administrative Assistant. Emma Bechler. 



0Bti of COOK. KAN^ KENDALL and WILL: That part beginning at the intersection of East 155th Street and the 
Illinois-Indiana State hue, thence west on East 155th Street to Freekmd Avenue, thence north on Freeland Avenue 
to East 154th Street, thenoe TO* on East 154th Street to the Coniafl, thenceforth on the O>nSul^SUte sSSet 
thcncc "*^, <m S^f St ^ t Torrence Avenue, thence south on Torrence Avenne to Sibley Boulevard, thence 
west on Sibley Bouled to Yates Avenue, thence north on Yates Avenue to Harding Avenue, thence west on 
Harding Avenue to Rjdgebnd Avenue, thence south on Ridgeland Avenue to Wilson Avenue, thence west on 
Wilson Avenue and Wilson Avenue extended to the Calumet Expressway, thence north on the Calumet Express- 
way to Sibley BoiJevaid, thence west on Sibley Boulevard to South Indiana Avenue, thence south on South 
Indiana Avenue to the Little Calumet River, thence east on the Little Calumet River to the Calumet Expressway 
thence south on the Calumet Expressway to the south Thornton Township line, thence west along the south 
Thornton Township hue and on a fane nrtcndcd west along the south Bremen Township line to a lute extended 
sou from tte es* TinleyP^ c 

Park corporate hnuts to West 183d Street extended, thence west on West I83d Street extended and West 183d 
Street and on a fane extended west along the Cook-Will County line and a line extended west along the south 
Homer Township fane to the east Lodmort Township line, thence north along a line extended north along the east 
Lockport and DuFage Township hue to Interstate Highway 55, thence southwest on Interstate Highway 55 to 
Bolingbrook Road, thcncc north on Bohngbrook Road to 107th Street, thence west on 107th Street to Schmith 
Road, thence north on Schanth Road to Cumberland Lane, thence west on Cumberland Lane to Pepperwood 
Drive, thence north on Pepperwood Drive to Cariylc Lane, thence west on Carlyle Lane to Springhill Drive, 
thence north oa Springhffl Drive to Briardifr Lane, thence west on Briarcliff Lane to the west Bolingbrook 
corporate limits, thence north along the west Bolingbrook corporate limits to Boughton Road, thence west on 
Boughton Road to Napervffle Road, thence north on Napervffle Road to Royce Road, thence east on Royce Road 
to BarkdoU Road, thence north on BarkdoU Road to theWni-DuPage County fine, thence west along the Will- 

north Aurora Township line, thence west along the north Aurora Township tine to the B.N. Railroad, thence 
south on the B.N. Railroad to Ridgeway Avenue, thence southeast on RkJgeway Avenue to Lake Street, thence 
south on Lake Street to Rathbone Avenue, thence southeast on Rathbone Avenue to Oliver Avenue, thence 
southwest on Oliver Avenne to the north Montgomery corporate limits, thence west along the north Montgomery 
corporate limits to Lake Street; thence southwest on Lake Street to Base Line Road, thence west on Base Line 
Road to the Kane-Kendall County fine, thence east on the Kane-Kendall County line to Douglas Road, thence 
south on Douglas Road to Wanbansee Creek, thence south on Waubansee Creek to U.S. Highway 34, thence 
southwest on U.S. Highway 34 to Waubansee Creek, thence southwest on Waubansee Creek to the east bank of 
the Fox River, thence southwest on the cast bank of the Fox River to U.S. Highway 34, thence west on U.S. 
Highway 34 to the west Qsweojo Township line, thence south, west and east along the Oswego Township line to 
the Kendall-Will County line, thence south along the Kendall- Will County line to the south Troy Township line, 
thence east along the south Troy Township fine to the west Jackson Township line, thence south along the west 
Jackson Township fine to the south Jackson Township line, thence east along the south Jackson Township line and 
on a fine rutrnrtrd east along the south Manhatlen Township line to the east Manhatten Township line, thence 



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north along the east Manhamn Township fine to the south Frankfort Township line, thence east along the south 
Frankfort Township fine and on a fine extmdcd east along the Cook-Will County line to the Illinois-Indiana State 
fine, thence north along the nimois-Indiana State line to the place of beginning. Population (1980). 519,005. 

Z3P Codec 60409 (part), 60411, 6O421-23, 6TJ425 (part), 60429 (part), 60430 (part), 60431-36, 60438, 60439 (part), 
60441 OpartX 60442 (part), 6O443, 6044*, 60449 (part), 60451, 60461, 6O466 (part), 60471 (part), 60473 (part), 60475 



(part). 60477 (part). 60304 (part). 6O5O5. 6O538 (part), 60540 (part), 60542 (part), 60543 (part), 60544 (part). 60560 
(part), 60565 (part) 



WILLIAM O. LIPINSKI, Democrat, of Chicago, IL; born in Chicago on December 
22, 1937; graduated Blessed Sacrament School in Chicago; graduated, St. Patrick High 
School, Chicago, 1956; attended, Loras College, Dubuque, IA, 1956-57; served in U.S. 
Army Reserves, 1961-67; alderman, Chicago City Council, 1975-83; chairman, City 
Council Education Committee; delegate, Democratic National Convention, 1976, 1984, 
and 1988; past president, Kiwanis dub; member: Polish National Alliance, Chicago His- 
torical Society; 23rd Ward Democratic Committeeman, 1974-present; married to the 
former Rose Marie f.apimki, 1962; two children: Laura and Dan; award: Man of the 
Year, area 4, Chicago Park District, January 1983; elected on November 2, 1982, to the 
98th Congress; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 



88 Congressional Directory 



ILLINOIS 



Office Listings 



1501 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515. 225-5701 

Administrative Assistant. Natalie Hidalgo. 

Legislative Assistants: Paul Kolimas; Erica Swecker; Christopher Tebo 

Legislative Correspondent/Press Secretary. Enca Swecker. 
5832 South Archer Avenue, Chicago, IL 60638 (312) 886-0481 

Personal Assistant. Elaine McCarthy, 

Special Assistant. Joe Novak. 



City of Chicago (part) and COOK COUNTY (part). That part beginning at the intersection of Cermak Road and South 
Federal Street, thence west on Cermak Road to the Chicago River, thence southwest on the Chicago River to 
South Halsted Street, thence north on South Halsted Street to West 16th Street* thence west on West 16th Street 
and West 16th Street extended to the Belt Railway of Chicago, thence south on the Belt Railway of Chicago to 
the B N. Railroad, thence southwest on the B.N Railroad to South California Avenue, thence north on South 
California Avenue to West 19th Street, thence west on West 19th Street to Marshall Boulevard, thence south on 
Marshal] Boulevard to Cermak Road, thence west on Cermak Road to South Springfield Avenue, thence south on 
South Springfield Avenue to the B.N. Railroad, thence southwest on the B N Railroad to the Belt Railway of 
Chicago, thence north on the Belt Railway of Chicago to Roosevelt Road, thence west on Roosevelt Road to 
South Harlem Avenue, thence south on South Harlem Avenue to the north Lyons Township line, thence west 
along the north Lyons Township line to the east LaOrange corporate limits, thence south along the east LaGrange 
corporate limits to Calendar Avenue, thence west on Calendar Avenue to Sawyer Avenue, thence south on 
Sawyer Avenue to Cossitt Avenue, thence east on Cossut Avenue to Washington Avenue, thence south on 
Washington Avenue to East Elm Avenue, thence east on East Elm Avenue to East Avenue, thence south on Bait 
Avenue to 49th Street, thence west on 49th Street to 9th Avenue, thence south on 9th Avenue to 51st Street 
thence west on 51st Street to 7th Avenue, thence north on 7th Avenue to 5Oth Street, thence west on 50th Street 
to LaGrange Road, thence south on LaGrange Road to 51st Street, thence west on 51$4t Street to Kensington 
Avenue, thence south on Kensington Avenue to S2d Street, thence east on 52d Street to Catherine Avenue, thence 
south on Catherine Avenue to 53d Street, thence west on 53d Street to Brainard Avenue, thence north on Brsinard 
Avenue to Fairway Avenue, thence west on Fairway Avenue to Edgewood Avenue, thence north on Edgewood 
Avenue to 47th Street, thence west on 47th Street to Willow Spring* Road, thence south on Willow Springs Road 
to Johet Road, thence southwest on Joliet Road to the Dw Page-Cook County Jme, thence south along the Du 
Page-Cook County line to the DCS Plaines River, thence northeast on the DCS Pliunes River to the North Palos 
Township line, thence east along the North Palos Township line to Kean Avenue, thence south on Kean Avenue 
to West 103d Street, thence east on West 103d Street to South Harlem Avenue, thenoe north on South Harlem 
Avenue and on a line extended north along the West Stickney Township line to Wet 59th Street, thence east on 
West 59th Street and West 59th Street extended on a line across Midway Airport to South Cicero Avenue, thence 
north on South Cicero Avenue to West 55th Street, thence east on West 55th Street to South Racine Avenue, 
thence north on South Racine Avenue to West 48th Street, thence east on West 48th Street to South Morgan 
Street, tfience north on South Morgan Street to West 47th Street, thence east on West 47th Street to the C. & W.I. 
Railroad thence nor* on the C & W.I. Railroad to West 43d Street, th*nce e**t on West 43d Street to Stewart 
Avenue, thence north on Stewart Avenue to West 42d Street, thence west on West 42d Street to the C. & W.I. 
Railroad, thence north on the C. & W.I. Railroad to West 35th Street, thence east on West 35th Street to the 



SIXTH DISTRICT 



Re P ublican of Bensenville, IL; born in Chicago, IL, April 18, 
t - T Ge r ? e mgh Sch001 ' Ev ****>n, K* 1942; B.S.S., Georgetown Uni- 
* y J a Universit y Sch <x>l of Law, Chicago, IL, 1949; ensign, U.S. 
<f inander ' U ' S ' Naval Reserve (retired); admitted to the Illinois Bar, 
Stote ^P^ntative Illinois General Assembly, 1967-74; majority 
f A R fP re ^ntatives, 1971-72; married to the former Jeanne Simpson 
u An A j^**. VA, November 8, 1947; three sons: Henry, Jr., Robert, 

Sd^SI* * nC 2F&*?' 3LMM5 elccted to the ** Congress, November 5, 1974; 
reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2262 JUyburnHouse Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1306 ......... 225-4561 

Administrative Assistant Judy Wolverton. .................. FAX . 226^1240 

Press Secretary.^Sam Stratman r A2C: ZZo-124U 

Suite 200, 50 East Oak Street, Addisin, IL 60101 .............. , 70 8> 8 32 5950 

Executive Assistants: Patrick Durante; Alice Horstn^ ............................... ( > 832 ~ 595 



,LINOIS 102d Congress 89 

Counties: Cook (part) and Du PAGE (part): That part beginning at the intersection of Oakton Street and North Oriole 
Avenue, thence west on Oakton Street to Cumberland Avenue, thence north on Cumberland Avenue to Dempster 
Street, thence west on Dempster Street to Potter Road, thence north on Potter Road to Ballard Road, thence west 
on Ballard Road to Rand Road, thence northwest on Rand Road to Des Plaines River Road, thence north on Des 
Plaines River Road to Rand Road, thence northwest on Rand Road to the C. & N.W. Transportation Co., thence 
southwest on the C. & N.W. Transportation Co. to the Northwest Highway, thence northwest on the Northwest 
Highway to Seeger Road, thence northeast on Seeger Road to 5th Avenue, thence north on 5th Avenue to 
Evanston-Elgin Road, thence west on Evanstpn-Elgin Road to North 8th Avenue, thence north on North 8th 
Avenue to Princeton Street, thence west on Princeton Street to Wolf Road, thence north on Wolf Road to Central 
Road, thence west on Central Road to Wa-pella Avenue, thence south on Wa-pella Avenue to Lincoln Street, 
thence east on Lincoln Street to Elmhurst Road, thence south on Elmhurst Road to Dempster Street, thence west 
on Dempster Street to Busse Road, thence south on Busse Road to the Northwest Tollway, thence northwest on 
the Northwest ToUway to Arlington Heights Road, thence south on Arlington Heights Road to Higgins Road, 
thence west on Higgins Road to Interstate Highway 290, thence south on Interstate Highway 290 to Schaumburg 
Road, thence west on Schaumburg Road to Meacham Road, thence north on Meacham Road to Schaumburg 
Road, thence west on Schaumburg Road to minois Boulevard, thence northeast on Illinois Boulevard to Mohave 
Street, thence north on Mohave Street to Kingman Lane, thence west on Kingman Lane to Olive Street, thence 
south on Olive Street to Milton Lane, thence west on Milton Lane to Western Street, thence north on Western 
Street to Woodlawn Street, thence north on Wcodlawn Street to Flagstaff Lane, thence east on Flagstaff Lane to 
Western Street, thence north on Western Street to Bode Road, thence west on Bode Road to Springinsguth Road, 
thence south on Springinsguth Road to Schaumburg Road, thence west on Schaumburg Road to the east Hanover 
Township line, thence south along the east Hanover Township line and on a line extended south along the west 
Bloomingdale Township line and the west Milton Township line to the C. & N.W. Transportation Co , thence east 
on the C. & N.W. Transportation Co. to Wesley Street, thence southwest on Wesley Street to Bridge Street, 
thence south on Bridge Street to Liberty Drive, thence east on Liberty Drive to Carleton Avenue, thence south on 
Carleton Avenue to Childs Street, thence west on Childs Street to Dorchester Avenue, thence north on Dorches- 
ter Avenue to Liberty Drive, thence west on Liberty Drive to Pierce Avenue, thence north on Pierce Avenue to 
Manchester Road, thence west on Manchester Road to Erie Street, thence south on Erie Street to Roosevelt Road, 
thence east on Roosevelt Road to Westhaven Drive, thence south on Westhaven Drive to Mayo Avenue, thence 
east on Mayo Avenue to Marcy Avenue, thence southeast on Marcy Avenue to Aurora Way, thence south on 
Aurora Way to Foothill Drive, thence southwest on Foothill Drive to Orchard Road, thence south on Orchard 
Road to Weisbrook Road, thence northeast on Weisbrook Road to Elm Street, thence east on Elm Street to 
Naperville Road, thence north on Napcrville Road to Pershing Avenue, thence east on Pershing Avenue to 
Lorraine Street, thence north on Lorraine Street to Roosevelt Road, thence east on Roosevelt Road to the west 
York Township line, thence south along the west York Township line to the south York Township line, thence 
east along the south York Township line to Forest Avenue, thence north on Forest Avenue to 39th Street, thence 
west on 39th Street to Saratoga Avenue, thence north on Saratoga Avenue to Blackoak Drive, thence east on 
Blackoak Drive to Highland Avenue, thence north on Highland Avenue to 31st Street, thence east on 31st Street 
to Meyers Road, thence north on Meyers Road to Butterfield Road, thence northeast on Butterfield Road to 
Summit Avenue, thence north on Summit Avenue to Madison Street, thence east on Madison Street and Madison 
Street extended to Salt Creek, thence south on Salt Creek to Butterfield Road, thence northeast on Butterfield 
Road to the Cook-Du Page County tine, thence north and west along the Cook-Du Page County line to the 
C. & N.W. Transportation Co., thence northeast on the C. & N.W. Transportation Co. to Higgins Road, thence 
east on Higgins Road to Mount Prospect Road, thence north on Mount Prospect Road to Willow Creek, thence 
east on WiEow Creek to North Mannheim Road, thence south on North Mannheim Road to Higgins Road, thence 
southeast on Higgins Road to Devon Avenue, thence east on Devon Avenue to the Des Plaines River, thence 
southeast on the Des Plaines River to Higgins Road, thence east on Higgins Road to North Canfield Road, thence 
north on North Canfield Road and on a line extended onto Ozanam Avenue and Ozanatn Avenue extended to 
Touhy Avenue, thence east on Touhy Avenue to the west Chicago corporate limits, thence north along the west 
Chicago corporate limits to Sibley Avenue, thence east on Sibley Avenue to North Oriole Avenue, thence north 
on North Oriole Avenue to the place of beginning. Population (1980), 519,033. 

ZIP Codes: 60004 (part), 60007, 60009, 60016 (part), 60017, 60056 (part), 60068 (part), 60101, 60103 (part), 60106, 
60108, 60126 (partXtfUS? (part), 60138-39, 60141, 60143, 60148, 60153, 60157, 60166, 60167, 60172, 60181 Opart), 
60187 (part), 60188 (part), 60189, 60190 (part), 60191, 60193, 60194 (part), 60196, 60515 (part), 60521 (part), 60648 
(part) 



SEVENTH DISTRICT 

CARDISS COLLINS, Democrat, of Chicago, IL; born in St. Louis, MO, September 
24, 1931; moved to Detroit, MI, at age of 10 and attended Bishop and Lincoln Elementa- 
ry Schools; after graduation from Detroit's High School of Commerce, moved to Chica- 
go; attended Northwestern University; began her career as a stenographer with Illinois 
Department of Lal>or; promoted to secretary with Illinois Department of Revenue, then 
accountant, eventually moving into position of revenue auditor and served in this capac- 
ity until announcing her candidacy; actively engaged hi the successful campaigns of her 
late husband, George Collins; committeewoman of Chicago's 24th Ward; former vice 
president, Lawndale Youth Commission; member: First Baptist Church of Chicago, 
N.A.A.C.P., Links, Inc., Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, The Black Women's Agenda, Na- 
tional Council of Negro Women, Alpha Gamma Pi Sorority, and board member, Greater 
Lawndale Conservation Commission; one son, Kevin; elected to 93d Congress, by special 
election, June 5, 1973, to fin the vacancy caused by the death of her husband; reelected 
to each succeeding Congress; chairwoman, Congressional Black Caucus 96th Congress; 



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treasurer Congressional Black Caucus, 99th and 100th Congresses; chairwoman^ Congres. 
SSSX^WMk ^Caucus Communications Braintrust; Democratic National Committee; 
member ^Commhtee on Government Operations and chairwoman, Subcommittee on Gov. 
^ment Aeries and Transportation; member: Committee on Energy and Commerce 
*rS ^Subcommittees on Telecommunications, Consumer Protection and Finance, Health 
alld the Environment and Commerce, Consumer Protection and Competitiveness; 
member, Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse and Control. 

Office Listings 

2264 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1307 225-5006 

Administrative Assistant. Bud Myers. 

Senior Legislative Director. Sarah ^F A&titl ^ s ' ArtAnt . ,*, ,*, .-,, 

Room 3880, 230 South Dearborn Street, Chicago, IL 60605 (312) 353-5754 

District Administrator. James B. Garrett. 
328 Lake Street, Oak Park, IL 60302 < 3I2 > 383-1400 

District Administrator. Robert J. Kettlewell. 

A f riiteflflA rnarrt and COOK COUNTY (part): That part beginning at the intersection of Division Street extended 
.d iteLKte&SS Sh?re, thenc7WeTon DivilSi Street extended and Division Street to North Sedgwick 



.d tte r, 

S? JPtiiWfi north on North Sedgwick Street to West North Avenue, thence west on West North Avenue to the 
Nor* BranS of theChi^go ^t^Aence southeast on the North Branch of the Chicago River to West Kirne 
S? tfSSce west on West Kinzie Street to North Western Avenue, thence south on North Western Avenue to 




ce wes on es , 

AN W TrWpwSion Co , thence west on the C. & N.W. Transportation Co. to North Rockwell Street 
ence no^o? N^rttT Rockwell Street extended to Weftt Grand Avenue, thence northwest on West 
u^ to North California Avenue, thence north on North Oxlifornia Avenue to Chicaao Avenue, thence 
won c^go Avenue to the Belt Railway of Chicago, thence north on the Belt Railway of Chicago to West 
North AvutAc7 west on West North Avenue and North Avenue extended to North 25th Avenue, thence 
south . on* North 25th TAvenue to the south Melrose Park corporate limit*, thence wt on the south Melrose Park 
s to North Mannheim Road, thence south on North Mannheim Road to the south Bellwood 



limits thence east on the south Bellwood corporate limits to South 25th Avenue, thence south on South 
Avueto Harvard Street, thence east on Harvard Street to South 21st Avenue, thence south on South 21st 
Avenw to uS Street, thence east on 14th Street to South 17th Avenue, tlwnce south on South 17th Avenue to 
Cerraak Road, thence east on Cennak Road to South First Avenue, thence north on South First Avenue to West 
HarSon Street thence east on West Harrison Street to the Eisenhower Exprewway, thence east on the Eisenhow- 
S^resswS to SieDes Plaines River, thence north on the Des Plaine* River to West Madison Street thence 
easton West Madison Street to South Harlem Avenue, thence south on South Harlem Avenue to Roosevelt Road, 
thence east on Roosevelt Road to the Belt Railway of Chicago, thence south i on the Belt Railway of Chicago to 
the B N Railroad, thence northeast on the B.N. Railroad to South Springfield Avenue extended, thence north on 
South SpringfieW Avenue extended and South Springfield Avenue to Cetroak Road, ihcncc east on Cermak Road 
to Marshall Boulevard, thence north on Marshall Boulevard to West I9th Street, thence east on West 19th Street 
to South California Avenue, thence south on South California Avenue to the B.N, Railroad, thence northeast on 
the B N Railroad to the Belt Railway of Chicago, thence north on the Belt Railway of Chicago to West 16th 
Street 'thence !st on West 16th Street and West 16th Street extended to South Halsted Street, thence south on 
South' Halsted Street to the Chicago River, thence northeast on the Chicago Rwr to Cermak Road, thence east 
on Cermak Road and Cermak Road extended to the Lake Michigan Shore, thence north on the Lake Michigan 
Shore to the place of beginning. Population (1980), 519,034. 

ZIP Code* 60104 (part), 60130 (part), 60160 (part), 60300-03, 60304 (part), 60303, 60600-O7, 60608 (part), 60610 
Sart)!606n fartVW612 (partj, 60616 (part)!60622 (pan), 60623 (part), 60624, 60639 (part), 60644, 6)651 (part), 



EIGHTH DISTRICT 

DAN ROSTENKOWSKI, Democrat, of Chicago, IL; educated in St. John's Military 
Academy and Loyola University; served as State representative in the 68th General As- 
sembly and as State senator from the 33d senatorial district in the 69th and 70th General 
Assemblies; served 2 years in the Infantry in Korea; member of: Knights of Columbus, 
Veterans of Foreign Wars, Northwest Town Kiwanis Club; married LaVerne Firkins and 
has four daughters; elected delegate to the Democratic National Convention in I960, 
1964, 1968, 1972, and 1976; elected to the 86th Congress on November 4, 1958; reelected 
to each succeeding Congress; chairman, Democratic Caucus, 90th and 91st Congresses; 
chief deputy majority whip, 95th and 96th Congresses; chairman, Committee on Ways 
and Means and Joint Committee on Taxation; member, Democratic Steering and Policy 
Committee. 



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Office Listings 
2111 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1308 225-4061 

Administrative Assistant. Virginia C. Fletcher. FAX- 225-4064 

Legislative Assistant. Jerry McDermott, 

Staff Assistants: Julie Braverman; Mary Lesinski; Erik Todd. 
2148 North Damen Avenue, Chicago, IL 60647 (312) 431-1111 

dry of Chicago (part) and COOK COUNTY (part): That part beginning at the intersection of North Damen Avenue and 
Wilson Avenue, thence west on Wilson Avenue to North Western Avenue, thence south on North Western 
Avenue to Montrose Avenue, thence west on Montrose Avenue to North Tripp Avenue, thence south on North 
Tripp Avenue and North Tripp Avenue extended to West Irving Park Road, thence west on West Irving Park 
Road to the C, & N.W. Transportation Co., thence south on the C. & N W. Transportation Co. to Addison 
Street, thence west on Addison Street to North Laramie Avenue, thence south on North Laramie Avenue to West 
Belmont Avenue, thence west on West Behnont Avenue to the Soo Line Railroad, thence south on the Soo Line 
Railroad to West Grand Avenue, thence west on West Grand Avenue to North 25th Avenue, thence south on 
North 25th Avenue to North Avenue, thence east on North Avenue extended onto West North Avenue to the Belt 
Railway of Chicago, thence south on the Belt Railway of Chicago to Chicago Avenue, thence east on Chicago 
Avenue to North California Avenue, thence south on North California Avenue to West Grand Avenue, thence 
southeast on West Grand Avenue to North Rockwell Street, thence south on North Rockwell Street extended to 
the C. & N.W. Transportation Co,, thence east on the C. & N.W. Transportation Co. to North Western Avenue, 
thence north on North Western Avenue to West Kanzie Street, thence east on West Kinzie Street to the North 
Branch of the Chicago River, thence north on the North Branch of the Chicago River to Cortland Street, thence 
east on Cortland Street to North Southport Avenue, thence north on North Southport Avenue to Fullerton 
Avenue, thence east on Fullerton Avenue to North Racine Avenue, thence north oa North Racine Avenue to 
Diversey Avenue, thence west on Diversey Avenue to the C. & N.W. Transportation Co., thence north on the 
C. & N.W. Transportation Co. to Wellington Avenue, thence east on Wellington Avenue to North Ravenswood 
Avenue extended, thence north on North Ravenswood Avenue extended and North Ravenswood Avenue to West 
Addison Street, thence east on West Addison Street to North Southport Avenue, thence north on North Southport 
Avenue to West Irving Park Road, thence west on West Irving Park Road to North Ashland Avenue, thence 
north on North Ashland Avenue to Montrose Avenue, thence west on Montrose Avenue to North Damen 
Avenue, thence north on North Damen Avenue to the place of beginning. (Included within the district are 
portions of Chicago, Franklin Park, and all of River Grove and Elmwood Park.) Population (1980), 519,034. 

ZIP Codes: 60160 (part), 60171, 6061O (part), 60611 (part), 60612 (part), 60613 (part), 60614 (part), 60618, 60622 
(part), 60625 (part), 6O634 (part), 60635, 60639 (part), 60641 (part), 60647, 60651 (part), 60657 



NINTH DISTRICT 

SIDNEY R. YATES, Democrat, of Chicago, IL; born in Chicago, .IL, August 27, 
1909; educated in public elementary and high school in Chicago; received the degree of 
Bachelor of Philosophy from the University of Chicago in 1931 and the degree of Doctor 
of Jurisprudence from the University of Chicago in 1933; served in the U.S. Navy for 26 
months; released from active duty with the rank of lieutenant; attorney at law since 1933; 
assistant attorney for Illinois State bank receiver, 1935-37; assistant attorney general at- 
tached to Illinois Commerce Commission as traction attorney, 1937-40; editor of "Bulle- 
tin of Decalogue Society of Lawyers," 1947; married Adeline J. Holleb of Chicago in 
1935; has one son, Stephen R. Yates; member: American Bar Association, American Vet- 
erans' Committee, Chicago Bar Association, Illinois State Bar Association, Chicago 
Council on Foreign Relations, City Club of Chicago, Decalogue Society of Lawyers, 
Kennedy Center trustee, regent emeritus, Smithsonian Institution, U.S. Holocaust Memo- 
rial Council; elected to the 81st Congress on November 2, 1948; reelected to the 82d, 83d, 
84th, 85th, 86th, and 87th Congresses; U.S. representative to Trusteeship Council of the 
United Nations with rank of Ambassador, 1963-64; elected to the 89th Congress, Novem- 
ber 3, 1964; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2109 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1309 225-21 1 1 

Administrative Assistant Mary Anderson Bain. FAX: 225-3493 

Room 3920, 23O South Dearborn Street, Chicago, IL 60604 (312) 353-4596 

Room 2700, 2100 Ridge Avenue, Evanston, EL 60204 (708) 328-2610 

City of Chicago (put) and COOK COUNTY (part): That part beginning at the intersection of the Lake Michigan Shore 
and the north Evanston corporate limits, .thence west along the north Evanston corporate limits to Shendan Road, 
thence south on Sheridan Road to the north Evanston corporate hmits, thence west and south along the north 
Evanston corporate limits to Isabella. Street, thence west on Isabella Street to Ridge Road, thence north on Ridge 
Road to LakeAvemie, thence west on Lake Avenue to Harms Road, thence south on Harms Road to Central 
Road extended, thence west on Central Road extended and Central Road to Shermer Road, thence northwest on 
Shenner Road to Lake Avenue; thence west on Lake Avenue to the west corporate hunts of Glenview, thence 
north andwest along theWert corporate limits of Glenview to the C. A N,W Transportation Co., thence 
northeast on the C. N.W. Transportation Co. to Willow Road, thence east on Willow Road to Waukegan Road, 



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thence northwest on Waukegan Road to Techney Road, thence west on Techney Road to Pfmgsten Road theme* 
south on Pfingsten Road to Floral Street, thence west on Floral Street to Landwehr Road, thence south n 
Landwehr Road to Willow Road, thence west on WiHow Road to the Tn-State Tollway, thence south on the Tn 
State Tollway to Evanston-Elgin Road, thence east on Evanston-Elgm Ro*d to Potter Road, thence south on 
Potter Road to Noel Avenue, thence cast on Noel Avenue to Margail Road, thence south on Margail Road to 
Emerson Street, thence west on Emerson Street to Potter Ro*d, thence south on Potter Road to Dempster thence 
east on Dempster to School Street, thence south on School Street to Lincoln Avenue, thence east on Lincoln 
Avenue to Austin Avenue, thence south on Austin Avenue to Madison Street, thence east on Madison Street to 
Marmora Avenue, thence south on Marmora Avenue to Oakton Avenue, thence east on Oakton Avenue to Gm 
Point Road, thence northeast on Gross Point Road to Keeney Street, thence east on Keeney Street to Lona 
Avenue, thence south on Long Avenue to Oakton Avenue, thence east on Oakton Avenue to Skokte Avenue 
thence north on Skokie Avenue to Main Street, thence east on Main Street to the west corporate limits of 
Evanston, thence south along the west corporate limits of Evanston to West Howard Street, thence east on West 
Howard Street to Ridge Road, thence southeast on Ridge Road to Devon Avenue, thence east on Devon Avenue 
to North Ravenswood Avenue, thence south on North Ravenswood Avenue and North Ravenswood Avenue 
extended to West Bryn Mawr Avenue, thence east on West Bryn Mawr Avenue to North Clark Street, thence 
south on North Clark Street to Montrose Avenue,, thence east on Montrose Avenue to North Ashland Avenue. 
thence south on North Ashland Avenue to West Irving Park Road, thence east on West Irving Park Road to 
North Southport Avenue, thence south on North Southport Avenue to Addison Street, thence west on Adduon 
Street to North Ravenswood Avenue, thence south on North Ravenswood Avenue and North Ravenswood 
Avenue extended to Wellington Avenue, thence west on Wellington Avenue to the C AN W. Transportation 
Co., thence south on the C & N.W. Transportation Co. to Diversey Avenue, thence east on Diversey Avenue to 
North Racine Avenue, thence south on North Racine Avenue to Fuller-ton Avenue, thence west on Fullerton 
Avenue to North Southport Avenue, thence south on North Southport Avenue to Cortland Street, thence west on 
Cortland Street to the North Branch of the Chicago River, thence southeast on the North Branch of the Chicago 
River to West North Avenue, thence east on West North Avenue to North Sedgwick Street, thence south on 
North Sedgwick Street to Division Street, thence east on Division Street and Division Street extended to the Lake 
Michigan Shore, thence north on the Lake Michigan Shore to the place of beginning. Population (1980), 519,064. 

ZIP Codes: 60016 (part), 60025 (part), 60026, 60029, 60053 (part), 60062 (part), 60068 (part). 60076 (part), 60077 
60091 (part), 60200-04, 60610 (part), 60613 (part), 60614 (part), 60626, 60640 (part), 60645 (part), 60648 (parti 
60659 (part), 60660 (part) 



TENTH DISTRICT 

JOHN EDWARD PORTER, Republican, of Wilmette, XL; born in Evanston, IL, June 
1, 1935; attended public schools and graduated from Evanston Township High School, 
1953; attended Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, 1953-54; B,S,, 
B.A., Northwestern University School of Business, Evanston, IL, 1957; J.D. with distinc- 
tion, University of Michigan Law School, Ann Arbor, MI, 1961 (Michigan Law Review); 
served in U.S. Army Signal Corps (Reserves), 1958-64; engaged in the practice of law in 
Evanston, IL; admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the tJnited States, U.S. 
Court of Claims, and the Illinois State Bar, honor law graduate attorney U S. Depart- 
ment of Justice, Washington, DC, 1961-63; member, Illinois State Legislature, 1973-79; 
member or officer of many civic and philanthropic organizations; member since 1981 of 
the Appropriations Committee, Subcommittee: Labor, Health, and Human Services, and 
Education, Foreign Operations, Legislative Branch; founder and cochairman, Congres- 
sional Human Rights Caucus; married to the former Kathryn Suzanne Cameron, 1974; 
five children: John, David, Donna, Robyn, and Ann; elected to the 96th Congress, by 
special election, January 22, 1980; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office listings 

1026 Lpngworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1310 225-4835 

Administrative Assistant. Robert Bradner. FAX- 225-0157 

Legislative Director. Robert Gustafson. *- 

Scheduler. Lynn Collison. 

Suite 410, 104 Wilmot Road, Deerfield, IL 60015 nog} 940-0202 

Executive Assistant. Ginny Hotaling. V ; vwuw* 



Qi+-> in* i<w~A~r~~ir F "ir'^i""'^ * *, Waukegan, IL 60085 , (708) 662-0101 

Suite 104, 1650 Arlington Heights Road, Arlington Heights, IL 60004 (708) 392-0303 

^Slinoh^cS^ S^te 1 i^t^ NTY < ?T )S ^^H? 8 ** ft* inte <*i<>n of the Lake Michigan Shore and the 
^^uaSSy^S weS: ?? ^ I" 8 r* mi <^oiwJn State Hne to the west Benton Township line, 
STto Se NoWh g T SrS?i?? n Township hne oa a line extended south along the west Waukegan Township 
S S a h^Ste^deTsSS fSS?*!* lm ? x ? ience v* "f <>* along the Horth Ubertyyille tSwnship line 
Suth WneSinfS^^ ?&J?S? *^ZT TpV TSfe ^^ aad * c west Wheeling township line to the 
sown wneeimg lownshm line, thence east airmo r^e south Wheeling Township line to Wolf Rosxl thence south 

Princeton Street to North 8th Avenue, thence south on North 
n Evanston-Elgin Road to North 5th Avenue, thence south on 
it on Seeger Road to the Northwest Highway, thence southeast 
portation Co., thence northeast on the O&N-W. Transportation 
1 to DCS Flames River Road, thence south on Des Plaines River 



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Road to Rand Road, thence southeast on Rand Road to Ballard Road, thence east on Ballard Road to Potter 
Road, thence north on Potter Road to Emerson Street, thence east on Emerson Street to Margail Road, thence 
north on Margail Road to Noel Avenue, thence west on Noel Avenue to Potter Road, thence north on Potter 
Road to Evanstoo-Elgm Road, thence west on Evanston-Elgin Road to the Tri-State Tollway, thence north on the 



Tri-State Tollway to Willow Road, thence east on Willow Road to Landwehr Road, thence north on Landwehr 
Road to Floral Street, thence east on Floral Street to Pfingsten Road, thence north on Pfingsten Road to Techny 
Road, thence east on Techny Road to Wankegan Road, thence southeast on Waukegan Road to Willow Road, 



, , 

, thence east on Floral Street to Pfingsten Road, thence north on Pfingsten Road to Techny 
, Techny Road to Wankegan Road, thence southeast on Waukegan Road to Willow Road, 

thence west on Willow Road to the G&N.W. Transportation Co, thence southwest on the C.& N.W. Transporta- 
tion Co. to the west Glenvicw corporate limits, thence south and east along the Glenview corporate limits to Lake 
Avenue, thence east on Lake Avenue to Shermer Road, thence southeast on Shermer Road to Central Road, 
thence east on Central Road to Harms Road, thence north on Harms Road to Lake Avenue, thence east on Lake 
Avenue to Ridge Road, thence south on Ridge Road to Isabella Street, thence east on Isabella Street to the north 
Evanston corporate limits, thence north and east along the Evanston corporate limits to Shendan Road, thence 
north on Sheridan Road to the north Evanston corporate limits, thence east along the north Evanston corporate 
limits to the Lake Michigan Shore, thence north along the Lake Michigan Shore to the place of beginning. 
Population (1980), 519,015. 

ZIP Codes: 60004 (part), 60005-06, 60015, 6O016 (part), 60022, 60025 (part), 6003S, 60037, 60040, 60043-45, 60047 
(part), 60048 (part), 6OO56 (part), 60060 (part), 60061, 60062 (part), 60064-65, 60069-70, 60079, 60082, 60085 (part), 
60087 (part), 60088-90, 6O091<part), 60)9X60096, 60099<part) 



ELEVENTH DISTRICT 

FRANK ANNUNZIO, Democrat, of Chicago, IL; born in Chicago, IL, January 12, 
1915; graduated from Crane Technical High School, DePaul University, B.S. degree and 
master's degree in education; teacher, Carl Schurz High School, 1936-40; teacher, civics 
and history at Harper High School, 1940-42; married the former Angeline Alesia; three 
daughters; assistant supervisor of the National Defense Program at Austin High School, 
1942 and 1943; educational and legislative representative of the United Steelworkers of 
America, 1943-48; director of labor, State of Illinois, 1948-52; businessman, 1953-64; 
chairman, Italian-American Democratic Committee of Cook County; president, Illinois 
State Society, 1967-68, 1968-69; 1968 Man of the Year Award from the Italian-American 
Police Association, Chicago, DL; 1969 Man of the Year Award from the Justinian Society 
of Lawyers, Chicago, EL; Captive Nations Proclamation Medal, Captive Nations Com- 
mittee, Chicago, 1970; 1971 Illinois Congressional Award for outstanding Illinois veterans 
legislative leader from the Illinois Department of the American Legion; Pope John XXIII 
Award, Italian Catholic Federation, Chicago, EL, 1972; "Man of the Year" Award, Com- 
bined Veterans Association of Illinois, 1972; awarded Catholic Youth Organization 
Bishop Shell Medal; "Man of the Year** Award, United Polish American Council, Chica- 
go, IL, 1976; Marconi Award, Order Sons of Italy in America, 1977; DePaul University 
Alumni Award, 1977; Philip A. Hart Public Service Award, Consumer Federation of 
America, 1977; Distinguished Service Award, Polish American Congress, 1978; Grande 
Ufficiale delTOrdine, Republic of Italy, 1978; Knight Cross of Polonia Restituta Order, 
Polish Government in Exile, 1978; Baltic Freedom Award, Joint Baltic American Nation- 
al Committee, 1981; Public Servant of the Year, Goodwill Industries, 1981; American Nu- 
mismatic Association Award, for protecting the American coinage system, 1982; Golden 
Heart Award, Passionist Community, 1983; Knight of the Sovereign Military Order of 
Malta, Southern Association of the United States of America, 1984; award of Merit, Ad- 
vocates Society, 1986; Fiorello LaGuardia Award, National Italian American Foundation, 
1986; Gold Cross of the Legion of Honor, Polish National Alliance, 1987; Minuteman of 
the Year, Reserve Officers Association, 1988; Rights of Columbus, 4th degree; elected to 
the 89th Congress, November 3, 1964; reelected to each succeeding Congress; member: 
Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs Committee; chairman, Financial Institutions Super- 
vision, Regulation and Insurance; member: House Administration Committee; chairman, 
Printing and Procurement Subcommittee. 



2303 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-131 1 225-6661 

Administrative Assistant. Anna Azhderian, 

Press Secretary. Jack Morgan. 

Room 3816, 230 South Dearborn Street, Chicago, IL 60604 (312) 353-2525 

Room 201, 4747 West Peterson Avenue, Chicago, IL 60646 (312) 736-0700 



dry of Chicago (rait) and COOK COUNTY (part): That part hrgimiing * the intersection of Main Street and the west 
Evanston corporate Hauls, thence west on Main Street to Skoloe Avenue, thence south on Skokie Avenue to 
Oakton Avenue; thence west on Oakton Avenue to Long Avenue, thence north on Long Avenue to Keeney 
Street, thence west on Keeney Street to Gross Point Road, thence southwest on Gross Point Road to Oakton 



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Avenue, thence west on Oakton Avenue to Marmora Avenue, thence north on Marmora Avenue to Madisn 
Street, thence west on Madison Street to Austin Avenue, thence north on Austin Avenue to Lincoln Avenul 
thence west on Lincoln Avenue to School Street, thence north on School Street to Dempster Street, thence west 
on Dempster Street to Cumberland Avenue, thence south on Cumberland Avenue to Oakton Avenue, thence eS 
on Oakton Avenue to North Onole Avenue, thence south on North Oriole Avenue to Sibley Avenue, thence \S 
on Sibley Avenue to the west Chicago corporate limits, thence &<>uth along the west Chicago corporate Hnutsto 
Touhy Avenue, thence west on Touhy Avenue to Ozanam Avenue, thence south on O/anam Avenue and Ozanam 
Avenue extended onto a line extended south on North Canfteld Road to Hg#in% Road, thence west on Hiaians 
Road to the Des Plaines River, thence northwest on the DCS Flames River to Devon Avenue, thence west on 
Devon Avenue to Higgins Road, thence northwest on Higgins Road to North Mannheim Road, thence north on 
North Mannheim Road to Willow Creek, thence west on Willow Creek to Mount Prospect Road, thence south on 
Mount Prospect Road to Higgins Road, thence west on Higgins Road to the C AN W Transportation Co., thence 
southwest on the C.&N.W. Transportation Co. to the Cook-Du Page County line, thence west and south along the 
Cook-Du Page County line to North Avenue, thence east on North Avenue to Prater Avenue, thence south on 
Prater Avenue to Victoria Road, thence east on Vjctona Road to Roy Avenue, thence south on Roy Avenue to 
the Melrose Park corporate limits, thence west, south and east along the Mclrov: Park corporate limits to North 
25th Avenue, thence north on North 25th Avenue to West Grand Avenue, thence cast on West Grand Avenue to 
the Soo Line Railroad, thence north on the Soo Line Railroad to west Belmont Avenue, thence east on West 
Belmont Avenue to North Laramie Avenue, thence north on North l,armie Avenue to Addtson Street, thence 
east on Addison Street to the C &N.W Transportation Co , thence north on the C AN W Transportation Co. to 
West Irving Park Road, thence east on West Krvmg Park Road to North Tnpp Avenue, thence north on North 
Tnpp Avenue to Montrose Avenue, thence east on Montrose Avenue to North Western Avenue, thence north on 
North Western Avenue to Wilson Avenue, thence east on Wilson Avenue to North Damen Avenue, thence south 
on North Damen Avenue to Montrose Avenue, thence east on Montro&e Avenue to North Clark Street, thence 
north on North Clark Street to West Bryn Mawr Avenue, thence west on West Bryn Mawr Avenue to North 
Ravenswood Avenue, thence north on North Ravenswood Avenue and North Riivemwocxl Avenue extended to 
Devon Avenue, thence west on Devon Avenue to Ridge Road, thence north on Rtdgc Road to West Howard 
Street, thence west on West Howard Street to the west Evanston corporate limits, thence north along the west 
Evanston corporate limits to the place of beginning Population (1980), 



ZIP Codes: 60016 (part), 60018, 60053 (part), 60076 (part), 60131, 60160 <part). <*>16I. 60J<>5, 60176, 60625 (part), 
60630-31, 60634 (part), 60640 (part), 60641 (part), 60645 (part), 60646, 60648 (part). 60656, 60659 (part), 60660 
(part) 



TWELFTH DISTRICT 

PHILIP M. CRANE, Republican, of McHenry, IL; born in Chicago, IL, November 3, 
1930; educated at DePauw University, Hillsdale College, University of Michigan, and 
University of Vienna, and received M.A. and Ph.D. degrees from Indiana University; 
honorary doctor of laws, Grove City College, Grove City, PA, 1973; honorary doctor of 
political science, Francisco Marroquin University, Guatemala, 1979; served with the U.S. 
Army, on active duty, 1954-56; 2 years, advertising manager, Hopkins Syndicate, Inc.; 
taught at Indiana University for 3 years before moving to Bradley University, Peoria, IL, 
in 1963, where he taught United States and Latin American history until 1967; served as 
director of schools, Westminster Academy, Northbrook, IL, 1967-68; in 1962, employed 
by the Republican Party as a public relations expert; in 1964, served as director of re- 
search for the Illinois Goldwater Organization; at the request of Richard Nixon, served as 
one of his advisors and researchers on political and national issues, 1964-68; in 1976 
served as chairman of Illinois Citizens for Reagan Committee; trustee of Hillsdale Col- 
lege; chairman, American Conservative Union, 1977-79; director of the Intercollegiate 
Studies Institute; serves with more than 60 U.S. Senators and Representatives on the Na- 
tional Advisory Board of Young Americans for Freedom; chairman of Republican Study 
Committee, 1983; appointed by President Reagan to the Commission on the Bicentennial 
of the United States Constitution; married Arlene Catherine Johnson of Chicago; seven 
girls, one boy: Catherine Anne, Susanna Marie, Jennifer Elizabeth, Rebekah Caroline, 
George Washington V, Rachel Ellen, Sarah Emma, and Carrie Esther; elected to the 91st 
Congress, by special election, November 25, 1969, to fill the vacancy caused by the resig- 
nation of Donald Rumsfeld; reelected to each succeeding Congress; member, Committee 
on Ways and Means. 

Office Listings 

1035 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1312 225-3711 

Administrative Assistant. Robert C. Coleman. 

Executive Secretary. Kathryn N Bell 
i A P o ress Secre tary. Robert F. Foster. 

raZ^ 1 ^ Wflk f * 0ad > ^&2 Heights, IL 60005 (708) 394-0790 

o^tn 1 ? tnc i, Representat * ve -~ Jack: McKenney. v 

3719 West Elm Street, McHenry, IL 60050 (815) 344-0110 



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Cook County (part), LAKE COUNTS Jjpart), and McHEN&y COUNTY (part): Beginning at the intersection of the east 
Newport Township hue and the mulcts-Wisconsin State fine, thence west aloVg thT Illinois-Wisconsin State line to 
the Boone-McHenry County Ime, thence sooth along the Boone-McHenry County line to the south Marengo 
Township fane.tfaence east along the south Marengo Township line and on a line extended east on the south 
Seneca Township Ime to the west Grafton Township fine, thence south along the west Grafton Township line to 
the McHenry-Kane County Ime, thence east along the McHenry-Kane County line to the Cook-Kane County line, 
thence south along the Cook-Kane County fine to Shoe Factory Road, thence east on Shoe Factory Road to 
Hiawatha Dnve, thence south on Hiawatha Drive to Iroquois Drive, thence northeast on Iroquois Drive to 
Patricia Avenue, thence east on Patncu Avenue to Mohawk Drive, thence south on Mohawk Drive to Martin 
Avenue, thence northeast on Martin Avenue to Bennet Drive, thence south on Bennet Drive to Jefferson Avenue, 
thence west on Jefferson Avenue to Hiawatha Drive, thence south on Hiawatha Drive and Hiawatha Drive 
extended to Oakwood Boulevard, thence south on Oakwood Boulevard to Teffi Avenue, thence south on Tefft 
Avenue to Terrace Avenue, thence west on Terrace Avenue to Wfflard Avenue, thence south on Willard Avenue 
to Lake Street, thence southwest on Lake Street to westbound U.S. Highway 20, thence east on westbound U.S. 
Highway 2O to Bluff Crty Boulevard, thence west on Bluff City Boulevard to Gifford Road, thence south on 
Gilford Road to West Bartlett Road, thence west on West Barttett Road to the Cook-Kane County line, thence 
south along the Cook-Kane County fine to the Cook-Du Page County Ime, thence east along the Cook-Du Page 
County line to the east Hanover Township fine, thence north along the east Hanover Township line to Schaum- 
burg Road, thence east on Schaumlmrg Road to Springinsguth Road, thence north on Spnnginsguth Road to Bode 
Road, thence east on Bode Road to Western Street, thence south on Western Street to Flagstaff Lane, thence west 
on Flagstaff Lane to Woodlawn Street, thence south on Woodlawn Street to Western Street, thence south on 
Western Street to Milton Lane, thence east on Mflton Lane to Olive Street, thence north on Olive Street to 
Kingman Lane, thence east on Kingman Lane to Mohavc Street, thence south on Mohave Street to Illinois 
Boulevard, thence southwest on Qfinois Boulevard to Schaumburg Road, thence east on Schaumburg Road to 
Meacham Road, thence south on Meacham Road to Schaumburg Road, thence east on Schaumburg Road and 
Schaumburg Road extended to Interstate Highway 290, thence north on Interstate Highway 290 to Higgins Road, 
thence southeast on Higgms Road to Arlington Heights Road, thence north on Arlington Heights Road to the 
Northwest Tollway, thence southeast on the Northwest Tottway to Busse Road, thence north on Busse Road to 
Dempster Street, thence east on Dempster Street to Ehnhurst Road, thence north on Elmhurst Road to Lincoln 
Avenue, thence west on Lincoln Avenue to Wa-pefla Avenue, thence north on Wa-peUa Avenue to Central Road, 
thence west on Central Road to the east Palatine Township line, thence north along the east Palatine Township 
line and on a fine Tnded north along the east Township lines of Ela and Fremont to the north Libertyville 
Township fine, thence east on the north lobertyviBe Township fine to the east Warren Township line, thence north 
along the east Warren Township fine and on a fine nfradrd north along the east Newport Township line to the 
place of beginning. Population (1980), 519,008. 

ZIP Codes: 60001-02, 60004 (part), 60008, 60O1O (part), 60011-14, 60020-21, 60030-31, 60033-34, 60041-42, 60046, 
60047 (part), 60048 (part), 60049-3O, 6OOS6 (part), 6O06O (part), 60067, 60071-75, 60078, 60080-81, 60083-84, 60085 
(part), 60087 (partX 60097-98, 60099 (part), 601O2 (partj 60103 (part), 60107 (part), 60120 (part), 60142 (part), 
60152 (part). 60159, 60168, 60173, 6O18O (part), 0192, 60194 (part), 60195, 61038 (part) 



[ DISTRICT 

HARRIS W. FAWELL, Republican, of Naperyffle, IL; born in West Chicago, March 
25, 1929; graduated from West Chicago Community High School; undergraduate, North 
Central College, Napervffle, DU 1947-49; LL.D., Chicago-Kent College of Law, Chica- 
go, IL, 1949-52; engaged in private practice of law, Fawell, James & Brooks, Naperville, 
1954-84; member, I>u Page County, EL, and American Bar Associations; U.S. District 
Court Trial Bar; Illinois and American Trial Lawyers Associations; American Judicature 
Society; highest legal ability rating "A" of Martindale-Hubbell law directory; general 
counsel, Illinois Association of Park EKstricts, 1977-84; member, Illinois State Senate, 
1963-77; former chairman, Education and Public Welfare-Health Committees, Illinois 
Senate; former member, Illinois Commission on Children, 1967-77; former chairman, 
School Law Section Council, Illinois State Bar Association; active in many civic associa- 
tions; elected, Fellow of the Chicago-Kent College of Law Honor Council "for contribu- 
tion to the College of Law and high standards of legal profession'*, 1981; former assistant 
State's attorney, DuPage County, EL; married to the former Ruth Johnson; three chil- 
dren: Richard, Jane, and John; member, Wesley Methodist Church, Naperville, IL; elect- 
ed to the 99th Congress on November 6, 1984; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

435 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1313 225-3515 

Chief of Staff. Alan Mcrtz. FAX: 225-9420 

Executive Assistant. Holly SpoffbreL 
Suite 100, 115 West 55th Street, Clarendon Hills, EL 60514 (708) 655-2052 

Assistant District Director. Terry Foetus. 

Executive Assistant. Barbara J. Wheat. 

Administrative Assistant. Brian Gaston. 



Cook, Da Page and WIUL COUNTIES (parts): That part beginning at the intersection of South Harlem Avenue and 
West Madison Street, thence west on West Madison Street to the Des Plaines River, thence south on the Des 
Plaines River to ihe Eisenhower Expressway, thence west on the Eisenhower Expressway and on a line west onto 



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West Harrison Street to South First Avenue, thence south on South First Avenue to Cermak Road, thence wt 
Cermak Road to South 17th Avenue, thence north on South !7th Avenue to 14th Street, thence west on M 
Street to 21st Avenue, thence north on 21st Avenue to Harvard Street, thence west on Harvard Street to SmX 
25th Avenue, thence north on South 25th Avenue to the wuth IMlwood corporate limit*, thence west alonV IP 
South Bellwood corporate hmits to Mannheim Road, thence north on Mannheim Road to the south Melrose PsU 
corporate limits, thence west, north and cast along the Meirove Park corporate limits to Roy Avenue, thence mZ 
on Roy Avenue to Victoria Road, thence west on Victoria Road to Prater Avenue, thence north on Prat* 
Avenue to North Avenue, thence west on North Avenue to the Cook^Du Page County line, thence south aW 
the Cook-Du Page County line to Butterfield Road, thence wuihweM on Butterfidd Road to Salt Creek tS 
north on Salt Creek to Madison Street extended, thence west on Macliww Street extended and Madison Street! 
Summit Avenue, thence south on Summit Avenue to Buwerfietd Ro*d. thencr %outhveit on Butterfield Road tn 
Meyers Road, thence south on Meyers Road to 31st Street, thence west on tl Street to Highland Avenue, then* 
south on Highland Avenue to Black Oak Drive, thence wot on BI*ck Oak Drive to Saratoga Avenue thenw 
south on Saratoga Avenue to 39th Street, thence e*M on 3<>th Street to Forest Avenue, thence -south on ForS 
Avenue to the south York Township hne, thence wevt along the *outh York Township line to the west York 
Township line, thence north along the west York Towmhtp line to RomveJi Road, i hence west on Roosevelt 
Road to Lorraine Street, thence south on Lorraine Street to Pershmg Avenue, thence weit on Pershing Avenue to 
Naperville Road, thence south on NaperviHe Road to the north Lisle Fowmhip line, thence west along the north 
Lisle Township line to the west Lisle Township line, thence south along the went Liule Township line to the Dn 
Page-Will County line, thence east along the Du Page-Will County line to Hurkdoll Road, thence south on 
Barkdoll Road to Royce Road, thence west on Royce Road to Napervilte Road, thence wuth on Naperville Road 
to Boughton Road, thence east on Boughton Road to the west Bolmgbrook corporate limm, thence south alone 
the west Bolingbrook corporate limits to Brarchff Road, thence east on Bnarchff Road to SpnnghiH Drive, thence 
south on Spnnghill Dnve to Carlyle Lane, thence east on Carlyle lane to Pcppcrwtxxi Drive, thence south on 
Pepperwood Dnve to Cumberland Lane, thence east on Cumberland I.*nc to Schmith Road, thence south on 



Township line to the south Homer Township line', thence east *!ong the wuth Homer Township line and on a line 
extended east along the Cook-Will County line to the east Orland Township tine, thence north on the east Orland 
Township line to West 135th Street, thence east on Went 135th Street to South Cicero Avenue, thence north on 
South Cicero Avenue to West lllth Street, thence west on West 11 1th Strrrt to Rid get and Avenue, thence north 
on Ridgeland Avenue to West I09th Street, thence west on West 109th Street to No*hvtHe Avenue, thence north 
on Nashville Avenue to West 107th Street, thence west on Writ 107th Street to South Oak Park Avenue, thence 
south on South Oak Park Avenue to West 109th Place, thence west on Weal 1 09th Place to Worth Avenue, thence 
south on Worth Avenue to Wabash Avenue, thence west on Wahaah Avenue to South Harlem Avenue, thence 
north on South Harlem Avenue to West 103d Street, thence went on Wc*t IQ3d Street to Kean Avenue, thence 
north on Kean Avenue to the north Palos Township line, thence we^t along the north Palo* Township hne to the 
Des Plaines River, thence southwest on the Des PlaJnes River to the Cook-On Page County line, thence north 
along the Cook-Du Page County line to the Johet Road, thence northea.it on Jolict Road to Willow Springs Road 
thence north on Willow Springs Road to West 47th Street, thence east on West 47th Street to Hdgewood Avenue, 
thence south on Edgewood Avenue to Fairway Avenue, thence east on Fairway Avenue to Brainard Avenue, 
thence south on Bramard Avenue to West 53d Street, thence east on West 53d Street to Catherine Avenue, thence 
north on Cathenne Avenue to West 52d Street, thence we*t on West 52d Street to Kensington Avenue, thence 
north on Kensington Avenue to West 51st Street, thence east on West 5I*t Street to LaGrange Road, thence north 
on LaGrange Road to West 50th Street, thence east on Wcat 50th Street to 7th Avenue, thence south on 7th 
Avenue to West 51st Street, thence east on West 51st Street to 9th Avenue, thence north on 9th Avenue to West 
49th Street, thence east on West 49th Street to East Avenue, thence north on K*t Avenue to Elm Avenue, thence 
west on Elm Avenue to Washington Avenue, thence north on Washington Avenue to Cmxitt Avenue, thence east 
on Cossitt Avenue to Sawyer Avenue, thence north on Sawyer Avenue to Calendar Avenue, thence east on 
Calendar Avenue to the east corporate limits of LaGrange, thence worth along the east corporate limits of 
LaGrange to the north Lyons Township line, thence east along the north Lyona Towmhip line to South Harlem 
Avenue, thence north on South Harlem Avenue to the place of beginning. Population <I980), 519,001, 



, ' -' 0477{pn), 604S2 <P<0, 5 13 (part), 514, 

60588 *M 0?art>~ ^^ ' * ^^ 6 532 ' 60MO <f> *^' ^ 54 *' 60 -** 036S $ar& 60570, 



FOURTEENTH DISTRICT 

NNIS HASTERT Republican, of Yorkville, IL; born in Aurora, IL, on January 
n attended Oswego Elementary School, IL; graduated, Oswego High School, 1960; 

B.A., Wheaton College, IL, 1964; M.S., Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, 1967; 
teacher/coach, Yorkville High School; partner, family restaurant business; member, Illi- 
nois General Assembly House of Representatives, 1980-86; Republican spokesman for the 
Appropriations II Committee; chairman, Joint Committee on Public Utility Regulation; 
S3? u if Sis latl ^ e Audit Commission; named as one of Illinois' 20 top legislators in 
1985 by Chicago Sun-Times; member, Yorkville Lions Club; board of directors, Aurora 

fnT^v, PP ? rt *S enter L m ^!i? to the Former J ean Kahl in 1973; two children: Joshua 
and Ethan; elected to the 100th Congress on November 4, 1986; Selected November 8, 



ILLINOIS 102d Congress 97 

Office Listings 

515 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1314 225-2976 

Chief of Staff. Scott Palmer. FAX: 225-0697 

Administrative Assistant. Peter Vroom. 

Office Manager/Scheduler. Sam Lancaster. 
27 North River Street, Batavia, IL 60510 (708) 406-1114 

Office Manager. Kathy Murtaugh. 

100 West Lafayette, Ottawa, IL 61350 (815) 434-5666 

888N. LaFox, South Elgin, IL 60177 (708) 697-6672 



De Kalb County. Boone County: Spring Township. COOK COUNTY (part). Du PAGE COUNTY (part). KANE COUNTY: 
All except part of Aurora Township. KENDALL COUNTY All except part of Oswego Township. LA SALLE 
COUNTY: All except Allen, Brookfield, and Troy Grove Townships. MARSHALL COUNTY: Townships of Bell Plain, 
Bennington, Evans, and Roberts. McHENRY COUNTY: Townships of Coral and Riley. That part beginning at the 
intersection of U.S. Highway 34 and the West Oswego Township line, thence east on U.S. Highway 34 to the east 
bank of the Fox River, thence northeast on the east bank of the Fox River to Waubansce Creek, thence northeast 
on Waubansee Creek to U.S. Highway 34, thence northeast on U.S. Highway 34 to Waubansee Creek, thence 
north on Waubansee Creek to Douglas Road, thence north on Douglas Road to the Kane-Kendall County line, 
thence west along the Kane-Kendall County line to Base Line Road, thence east on Base Line Road to Lake 
Street, thence northeast on Lake Street to the north Montgomery corporate limits, thence east along the north 
Montgomery corporate limits to Oliver Avenue, thence northeast on Oliver Avenue to Rathbone Avenue, thence 
northwest on Rathbone Avenue to Lake Street, thence northeast on Lake Street to Ridgeway Avenue, thence 
northwest on Ridgeway Avenue to the B.N. Railroad, thence north on the B.N. Railroad to the north Aurora 
Township line, thence east along the north Aurora Township line to the Kane-Du Page County line, thence south 
along the Kane-Du Page County line to the Will-Du Page County line, thence east along the Will-Du Page 
County line to the west Lisle Township line, thence north along the west Lisle Township line to the north Lisle 
Township line, thence east along the north Lisle Township line to Naperville Road, thence northeast on Naperville 
Road to Elm Street, thence west on Elm Street to Weisbrook Road, thence southwest on Weisbrook Road to 
Orchard Road, thence northwest on Orchard Road to Foothill Drive, thence northeast on Foothill Drive to 
Aurora Way, thence north on Aurora Way to Marcy Avenue, thence northwest on Marcy Avenue to Mayo 
Avenue, thence west on Mayo Avenue to Westhaven Drive, thence north on Westhaven Drive to Roosevelt Road, 
thence west on Roosevelt Road to Ene Street, thence north on Erie Street to Manchester Road, thence east on 
Manchester Road to Pierce Avenue, thence south on Pierce Avenue to Liberty Drive, thence east on Liberty 
Drive to Dorchester Avenue, thence south on Dorchester Avenue to Childs Street, thence east on Childs Street to 
Carleton Avenue, thence north on Carleton Avenue to Liberty Drive, thence west on Liberty Drive to Bridge 
Street, thence north on Bridge Street to Wesley Street, thence northeast on Wesley Street to the C & N.W. 
Transportation Co., thence west on the C. & N.W. Transportation Co. to the west Milton Township line, thence 
north along the west Milton Township line onto a line extending north along the west Bloomingdale Township 
line to the Cook-Du Page County line, thence west along the Cook-Du Page County line to the Cook-Kane 
County line, thence north along the Cook-Kane County line to Bartlett Road, thence east on Bartlett Road to 
Gilford Road, thence north on Gifford Road to Bluff City Boulevard, thence east on Bluff City Boulevard to 
westbound U.S. Highway 20, thence west on westbound U.S. Highway 20 to Lake Street, thence northeast on 
Lake Street to Willard Avenue, thence north on WUlard Avenue to Terrace Avenue, thence east on Terrace 
Avenue to Tefit Avenue, thence north on Tefft Avenue to Oakwood Boulevard, thence north on Oakwood 
Boulevard to Hiawatha Drive, thence north on Hiawatha Drive and Hiawatha Drive extended to Jefferson 
Avenue, thence east on Jefferson Avenue to Bennet Drive, thence north on Bennet Drive to Martin Avenue, 
thence southwest on Martin Avenue to Mohawk Drive, thence north on Mohawk Drive to Patricia Avenue, 
thence west on Patricia Avenue to Iroquois Drive, thence southwest on Iroquois Drive to Hiawatha Drive, thence 
north on Hiawatha Drive to Shoe Factory Road, thence west on Shoe Factory Road to the Kane-Cook County 
line, thence north, east and north along the Kane-Cook County line to the McHenry-Kane County line, thence 
west along the McHenry-Kane County line to the east Coral Township line in McHenry County. Population 
(1980), 519,015. 

ZIP Codev 60010 (part), 60102 (part), 60103 (part), 60107 (part), 60109-13, 60115, 60118-19, 60120 (part), 60121-23, 
60129 (part), 60134-36, 60140, 60142 (part), 60144, 60145 (part), 60146-47, 60150-51, 60152 (part), 60170, 60174-75, 
60177-78, 60180 (part), 60182-85, 60187 (part), 60188 (part), 60190 (part), 60447 (part), 60450 (part), 60504 (part), 
60506-07, 60510-12, 60518-20, 60530-31, 60536-37, 60538 (part), 60539, 60540 (part), 60541, 60542 (part), 60543 
(part), 60544 (part), 60545, 60548-52, 60554-57, 60560 (part), 60565 (part), 60566, 61008 (part), 61038 (part), 61049 
(part), 61052 (part), 61068 (part), 61301, 61316, 61321 (part), 61325, 61332 (part), 61334, 61336 (part). 61341 (part), 
61342 (part), 61348, 61350, 61353 (part), 61354 (part), 61358, 61360 (part), 61364 (part), 61369, 61370 (part), 61371, 
61373, 61375 (part), 61377, 61541, 61570 (part), 61748 (part), 61760 (part) 



FIFTEENTH DISTRICT 

[VACANT.] 

Office Listings 

15th District of Illinois, H2-334, Ford House Office Building, Washington, 
DC 20515-1314 (202)225-2371 



98 Congressional Directory ILLINOIS 

- De Witt Ford, Grundy, Iroquois, Kankakee, Livingston, McLean, and Piatt. CHAMPAIGN COUNT*: All 
t the townships of Avers, Champaign, city of Champaign. Cnttcnden, Cunningham, Pesotum, Phllo, RV 

* S^oSTsidSey To y iono, and llrbana LASALLE COUNTY Township, of Allen and Brookfidd. uS, 



Sadorus Sidney, Tolono, . AN 

TS2LSr3 Aetna, Atlanta. Chester, East Lincoln Eminence, Oran and West Lincoln WILL CoSf? 
pt the townships of Du Page, Frankfort, Homer, Jackson Jol.ct, I^kport, Manhattan, New ' 
e Troy, and wSatland. WoSoFORD COUNTY: Townships of Clayton. El Paso. Greene, 
Montgomery, Palestine, and Panola Population (1980), 518,995 



arS 31758 61760 frart), 61761, 61764, 61769-78, 61801 (part), 61813, 61815, 61818 (part), 61821 (part) 61830 
Si" 61839140, 61842^3 61845, 61847, 61849 (part), 61851 (part), 61853-56, 61859 (part), 61862 (p^rt) 618$ 
M8 61871, 61872 (part), 61873, 61875, 61878, 61882, 61884, 61913 (part), 61029 (part). 61936, 61937 (part), 62$, 




SIXTEENTH DISTRICT 

JOHN W. COX, JR., Democrat, of Galena, IL; born on July 10, 1947 in Galena; B.S., 
University of Wisconsin, 1969; J.D., John Marshall School of Law, 1975; member of John 
Marshall Law Review; served in U.S. Army, 1969-70; attorney; elected Jo Daviess 
County, IL, State's Attorney, 1976-84; resumed practice of law; appointed special assist- 
ant attorney general (representing Illinois Department of Public Aid), 1984-87; law pro- 
fessor, Loras College, 1985-86; appointed city attorney of Galena, IL, 1989; partner, 
Hammer Cox & Simon; president, Jo Daviess County Catholic Social Services, 1978-89; 
cochaired Galena County Fair, 1980-89; member: Galena County Chamber of Com- 
merce, League of Women Voters, Elks, Jo Daviess County Peace Fellowship, Knights of 
Columbus, Diocese of Rockford Peace and Justice Commission; married to Bonnie Cox; 
three children: Jennifer, Emily, and Michael; elected on November 6, 1990 to the 102d 
Congress. 

Office Listings 

501 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1316 , , 225-5676 

Chief of Staff. Joan Mooney. FAX: 225-1 141 

Office Manager. Lonna Hamilton. 
308 West State Street, Rockford, IL 61101-1117 , (815) 987-4326 

Press Secretary. Mary Ann Presman. 
Turney House, P.O. Box 252, Spring Street, Galena, IL 61036 (815) 777-9348 

District Office Manager. Cynthia R. Maeder. 
Suite 803, 218 First Avenue, Sterling, IL 61081 (815) 626-5080 



Counties: Carroll, Jo Daviess, Lee, Ogle, Stephenson, Whiteside, and Winnebago, and all of Boone County except 
Spring Township. Population (1980), 519,035. 

ZIP Codes: 60129 fpart), 60145 (part), 60553, 61001 (part), 61006-07, 61008 (pmrt), 61010-21, 61024-25, 61027-28, 
61030-32, 61036-37, 61038 (part), 61039. 61041-48, 61049 (part), 61050-51, 61052 (part), 61053-54, 61057-59, 61060 
(part), 61061-65, 61067, 61068 (part), 61070-74, 61075 (part)T61076-81, 61084-85, 61087 (part), 61088, 61089 (part), 
61091, 61100-12, 61125-26, 61130-32, 61230, 61243, 61250 (part), 61251-52, 61261, 61270, 61277 (part), 61283 
(part), 61285, 61310-11, 61318, 61324, 61330 (part), 61331, 61332 (part), 61342 (part), 61349 (part), 61353 (part), 
61367, 61376 (part), 61378 



SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT 

tnt^ 1 ^ EVANS Democrat, of Rock Island, IL; born in Rock Island on August 4, 
1951; attended Sacred Heart School, Rock Island; graduated, Alleman High School, 
Rock Island, 1969; B.A,, Augustana College, Rock Island, 1974; JUD., Georgetown Uni- 
versity Law Center, Washington, DC, 1977; admitted to Illinois Bar in 1978 and com- 
menced practice in Rock Island; served in U.S. Marine Corps, 1969-71; attorney for the 
Western Illinois Legal Foundation, 1978-79; joined the national staff of the Kennedy for 
President campaign, 1980; entered private practice as a partner in the Community Legal 
Clinic, 1982; legal representative for ACLU, APRI, and LULAC, 1979; awards, AFL- 



LLINOIS 102d Congress 99 

HO and NAACP Community Service Awards, 1980; elected on November 2, 1982 to 
he 98th Congress; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

1121 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1317 225-5905 

Administrative Assistant. Dennis King. FAX* 225-5396 

Office Manager. Eda Robinson. 

Press Secretary. Steve Vetzner. 

Room 5, 1535 47th Avenue, Molme IL 61265 (309) 793-5760 

District Representative. Phil Hare. 

Maclan Plaza, 121 Scotland, Macomb, IL 61455 (309) 837-5263 

125 East Main Street, Galesburg, IL 61401 (309) 342-4411 

Monmouth City Hall, 2d Floor, Monmouth, IL 61462 (309) 734-9304 



Counties: Bureau, Henderson, Henry, Knox, Mercer, Putnam, Rock Island, Stark, and Warren, all of Troy Grove 
Township in LaSalle County; and all of the Townships of Buckhart, Canton, Deerfield, ElHsville, Fairview, 
Farmmgton, Harris, Joshua, Lee, Orion, Putman, Union, and Young Hickory in Fulton County; and all of 
McDonough County except the Townships of Bethel, Chalmers, Colchester, Eldorado, Industry, Lamoine, and 
Tennessee, and all of Marshall County except the Townships of Bell Plain, Beniungton, Evans, and Roberts, and 
all of Peona County except the Townships of Medina, Peona City, Richwoods, and Peona. Population (1980), 
519,102. 

ZIP Codes: 52761 (part), 61201, 61231-42, 61244, 61250 (part), 61254, 61256-60, 61262-65, 61272-76, 61277 (part), 
61278-79, 61281-82, 61283 (part), 61284, 61312, 61314-15, 61317, 61320, 61322-23, 61326-29, 61330 (part), 61335, 

61336 (part), 61337-38, 61340, 61342 (part), 61344-46, 61349 r * ' ~" """ *' 

61370 (part), 61372, 61374, 61375 (part), 61376 (part), 61379, r 

61421-26, 61427 (part), 61428, 61430-39, 61442-43, 61447-19, ^ ,. r __, 

61462, 61465-76, 61477 (part), 61478-80, 61482 (part), 61483, 61485-86, 61488-91, 61517, 61519, 61520 (part), 61523 
(part), 61524, 61525 (part), 61526 (part), 61528-29, 61531, 61533, 61536-37, 61539^0, 61544, 61547, 61553, 61559- 
60, 61562-63, 61565, 61569, 61570 (part), 61572, 61600 (part), 61604 (part), 61607, 61614 (part), 62326 (part), 62330 
(part) 



EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT 

ROBERT H. MICHEL, Republican, of Peoria, IL; born March 2, 1923, in Peoria, IL; 
graduate of Peoria public schools and Bradley University, B.S., 1948, Business Adminis- 
tration; distinguished alumnus award, Bradley University, 1961; honorary degrees: Brad- 
ley University, Illinois Wesleyan, Lincoln College, Illinois College, and Bellarmine Col- 
lege; served in the enlisted ranks during World War II as combat infantryman in Eng- 
land, France, Belgium, and Germany; wounded by machinegun fire and discharged as a 
disabled veteran after being awarded the Bronze Star, Purple Heart, and four battle stars; 
administrative assistant to predecessor, Congressman Harold Velde, during his service in 
the House from 1949 through 1956; elected to 85th through 100th Congresses; elected 
Republican Leader, 97th- 100th Congresses; elected minority whip December 1974; dele- 
gate 1964, 1968, 1972, 1976, 1980, 1984, and 1988 Republican National Conventions; 
chairman, Subcommittee on Human Concerns, 1972 Platform Committee; deputy floor 
leader of President Ford's nomination effort in 1976; permanent chairman, 1984 and 1988 
Conventions; past chairman, National Republican Congressional Committee; members, 
President's Commission on Olympic Sports; trustee, Bradley University; past president, 
Illinois State Society; life member, VFW, Military Order Purple Heart; AMVETS; 
member: American Legion, DAV, Cosmopolitan International, Illinois Valley Press Club, 
honorary member, Rotary International, Orpheus Club, Creve Coeur Council Boy 
Scouts, YMCA, Peoria Association of Commerce, Ad Club, Order of AHEPA, Sigma 
Nu, and Pi Kappa Delta Fraternities; married former Corinne Woodruff, December 26, 
1948; four children: Scott, Bruce, Laurie, and Robin; three grandchildren; residing at 
1029 North Glen wood, Peoria, IL. 

Office Listings 

21 12 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, PC 20515-1318 225-6201 

Executive Assistant. Sue Bell. 

Legislative Assistant. Kathy Donohue, 
Room 107, 100 Monroe Street NE., Peoria, IL 61602 , (309) 671-7027 

Chief of Staff, Ray La Hood. 
236 West State Street, Jacksonville, IL 62650 (217) 245-1431 

Staff Assistant. Craig Findley. 



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Counties- Brown, Cass, Hancock, Mason, Menard, Morgan, Scott, and Tazewcll Fui TON COUNTY- Townshiw of 
Astona, Banner, Bernandotte, Cass, Farmers, Isabel, Kerton, Lewisiown, Liverpool, Pleasant, Vermont, Water 
ford and Woodland. LOGAN COUNTY. All except the townships of Aetna, Atlanta, Chester, East Lincoln 
Eminence, Oran, and West Lincoln, MACON COUNTY; Townships of Austin, Fnendh Creek, Harnstown, Hickory 
Point, Illini, Maroa, Niantic, and Whitmore. McDoNOUCH COUNTY Townships of Bethel, Chalmers, Colchester 
Eldorado, Industry, Lamome, and Tennessee. PSORIA COUNTY. Townships of Medina, Peona City, Richwoods! 
and Peona, SANGAMON COUNTY: All except the township* of B*H, Capital, Cooper, Cotton Hill, Curran, Dive?. 
non, Pawnee, Rochester, Springfield, and Woodside SCMUYLFR COUNTY All except the township of Huntsville, 
WOODFORD COUNTY: All except the townships of Clayton, El Paso, Greene, Kama*. Minonk, Montgomery 
Palestine, and Panola. Population (1980), 519,026. 

ZIP Codes: 61411 (part), 61420 (part), 61427 (part), 61440-41, 61450 (part), 61452, 61455 (part), 61477 (part), 61482 
(part), 61484, 61501, 61520 (part), 61523 (part), 61525 (part), 61526 (part), 61530 (part), 61532, 61534-35, 61542-43, 
61545-46, 61548, 61550, 61552, 61554-55, 61558, 61561, 61564, 61567-68, 61570 (part), 61571, 61600 (part), 61601- 
03, 61604 (part), 61605-06, 61611, 61613, 61614 (part), 61615, 61625*26, 61628-41, 61643-44, 61649-56, 61721, 



, 62344 (part), 62346 (part), 62349 (part), 62351 (part), 62353-54, 62358, 62367, 62373-74, 62375 (part), 
62378 62379 (part), 62380, 62501, 62515, 62518-20, 62521 (part), 62522 (part). 62525. 62526 (part), 62530 (pan 
62535, 62537, 62539, 62541, 62543, 62545, 62548, 62551, 62554, 62561, 62573, 62601, 626 1<M 3, 62615 (part), 62617- 
18 62621-25, 62627-28, 62629 (part), 62631, 62633-35, 62638-39, 62642-44, 62650-51, 62655, 62656 (part), 62660- 
66, 62667 (part), 62668, 62670-71, 62673, 62675, 62677, 62681-82, 62684, 62688-89, 62691, 62692 (part), 62693, 
62694 (part); 62695, 62700 (part), 62707 (part) 



NINETEENTH DISTRICT 

TERRY L. BRUCE, Democrat, of Olney, IL; born in Olney, March 25, 1944; attended 
the Cherry Street School, Olney; graduated, East Richland High School, Olney, 1962; 
B.S., University of Illinois, Urbana, IL, 1966; J.D., University of Illinois Law School, 
Urbana, 1969; attorney; admitted to State bar, Olney, 1969; elected to Illinois State 
Senate, 1970-84; assistant majority leader, 1975-84; married to the former Charlotte Ann 
Roberts; two children: Emily Anne and Ellen Catherine; elected to the 99th Congress on 
November 6, 1984; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

419 Cannon House Office Building, Washington. DC 20515-1319 , 225-5001 

Director.Michael Bushman, FAX: 225-9810 

114 West Chestnut, Olney r IL 62450..., (618) 395-8585 

Chief of Staff. Jane Frazier, 

Bank of Illinois Executive Chamber, Suite 107, 115 North Neil Street, 
Champaign, IL 61820 , (217) 398-0020 

District Assistant. Cheryl A. Berger. 
109 North Vermilion, Danville, IL 61832 (217) 446-7445 

District Aide. Mary Lou Meader. 



Counties: Clark, Clay, Coles, Crawford, Cumberland, Douglas, Edgar, Edwards, Effingham, Hamilton, Jasper, 
Lawrence, Richland, Vermilion, Wabash, Wayne, and White; CHAMPAIGN COUNTY: Townships of Avers, Cham- 
paign, city of Champaign, Crittenden, Cunningham, Pesotum, Philo, Raymond, Sftdorus, Sidney, f olono, and 
Urbana. Population (1980), 519,082. 



60932 ' 60942 <P ait >' 6096 (P 1 ^' 60963 61801 <?*). 61810*12, 61814, 61816-17, 61820, 61821 (part), 
61831-34, 61841, 61844, 61846, 61848 r 61849 (part), 61850, 61851 (part), 61852, 61857-38, 61859 (part), 61862 (part), 
61863-65, 61870, 61872 (part), 61874, 61876-77, 61880, 61883, 61910, 61911 (part), 61912, 61913 (part), 61917, 
5i?!;J~^ 1924 * 61928 <P art > 61930-33, 61938 (pan), 61940-44, 61949, 61951 (part), 61953, 61955-56, 62401 (part), 
5?t!2', 62411 &**$> 62413 ' 62414 (Pa* 1 )' 62415, 62417, 419, 62421, 62423-28, 62432-35, 62439-43, 62445-46, 
Stt 7 < J )art > 62448-52, 62454, 62458 (part), 62459-60, 62461 (part), 62462 (part), 62464, 62466-69, 62473-75, 62477, 
62480-81, 62806, 62809, 62811, 62815, 62817-18, 62819 (part), 62820-21, 62823-24, 62827-29. 62833-35, 62837, 
62838 (part), 62839, 62842-45, 62847, 62850-52, 62854 (part), 62855, 62858-63, 62867 (part). 62868, 62869 (part), 
62871 (part), 62873, 62878-79, 62886-87, 62890 (part), 62&1-92, 62895, 62899 

TWENTIETH DISTRICT 

RICHARD J. DURBIN, Democrat, of Springfield, IL; born in East St. Louis, IL, No- 
vember 21, 1944; son of William and Ann Durbin; B.S.F.S., Georgetown University 
School of Foreign Service, Washington, DC, 1966; J.D., Georgetown University Law 



LLINOIS 



102d Congress 

%. n ter Washington, DC, 1969; admitted to the bar, State of Illinois, 1969; legal counsel 
o e Lt Gov P^l Staon (now U.S. Senator Paul Simon), 1969-72; legal counsel to nUnois 
Senate judiciary committee, 1972-82; parliamentarian, Illinois State Senate, 1969-82 
nember-nlmois State Bar Association, Sangamon County Bar Association; contributor to 
rrStestonal publications; member of or affiliated with: Springfield YMCA, board of ch- 
Ictort of Catholic Charities; elected president, New Members Democratic Caucus, 98th 
^L- associate professor of Medical Humanities, Southern Illinois University School 
rf MedicinT^pringYield, IL; married to the former Loretta Schaefer 1967; three chil- 
J P n ChrStine AM T Paul Douglas, and Jennifer Marie; elected to the 98th Congress, No- 
Jembe^ 2 1982 rSlectedTo etch succeeding Congress; member Committee on Appro- 
prisons and Budget, Select Committee on Children, Youth, and Families. 

Office Listings 
129 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1320 225-5271 

Administrative Assistant. Edward Greelegs. 

Legislative Director. Tom Faletti. 

Personal Secretary. Kathy Broofo. (21?) 492 _4062 

525 South 8th Street, Springfield, IL 62703 v > 

District Director. Mike Daly. *-<. C2\T* 428-4745 

Room 110, 363 South Main Street, Decrtiir,IL 62523 gJ2 ** 

Room 305, 531 Hampshire Street, Quincy, IL 62301 W> *** iw 




\_^.^n., t..i 

All except the 
SANGAMON " 
Spn 



mgfirfd Sd^o^iside. Population (1980), 519,015. 



(part), 62070, WU/3-/0, "'-*;; y^jr JT.,A 0373 (barfl 62324 (part), 62325, 62328, OU.U, OZ.W-NJ, "?1X 



TWENTY-FIRSrr DISTRICT 

cK^-'ss^SeSfSSIisSS^SS^ 

Bt&ffi5KSS^^|^t Sr'SSSfSSS! 

_ _ _!.* T:I T^oncit rviTntnittee: chairman, tne ai. ^ia> ^t **^r. 1*^00. ^ 



ance, Light Rail Transit Cormmttee; chair^, 

SMS sssa=at*fis 

' 



101st Congress. 

Office Listings 

119 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1321 



Administrative Assistant. Matt Melucci. 

. Bryan Lot. ..................... / 618 ) 451-2122 

..................... ^ 18 ) 397-8833 



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102 Congressional Directory 

Counties: Bond and Madison. CLINTON COUNTY. Township* of Brcese, Germiimown, Imhtown, 
Rose, Sugar Creek, and Wheatfietd MONTOOMF,V COVNTV Township* of Emu Korfc, Grisham, 
Fillmore, South Litchfield, and WalshviHe, St, Cui* CotNtv AH except the townships of 
Sugarloaf. Population (1980), 518,954, 

ZIP Codes: 62002, 62010, 62012 (part), 62017 (part), 420I8-19, 62021, 62024-26, <2(H4, 62035 (part), 62040 62&K 
62048, 62049 (part), 62056 (part), 62058-62, 62067, 6206V (part), 62071, 62074, 62077, 62084, 62086-87, 62088 fort 
62089-91, 62095, 62097 (part), 62201 (part), 62202, 62203 (part), 62204-05, 6220H, 62215^16, 62220-23, 62225 SB 
(part), 62231 (part), 62232, 62234, 62236 (pan), 62243, 62245-46, 62249, 622S3-54, 62255 {part), 62257 (part) CM? 
62260, 62262, 62264 (part), 62265-66, 62269, 62273 (part), 62275, 62281-82, 62284*85, 62289, 62293-94, 62298 $ 



TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT 

GLENN POSHARD, Democrat, of Carterville, IL; born in Herald, White County, IL, 
October 30, 1945; attended, Herald Elementary School, 1950-58; graduated, Carrai 
Township High School, Carmi, IL, 1962; Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL 
B.S., 1970, M.S., 1974, Ph.D,, 1984; served, U.S. Army, Specialist 5, 1962-65; farmer, 
teacher, school administrator; served, Illinois State Senate, 1984-88; member; Lions Club, 
VFW, American Legion, Chamber of Commerce, AMVETS; married to the former Jo 
Roetzel; two children: Dennis and Kris; elected November 8, 1988 to the 101st Congress, 

Office Lifting* 

314 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1322 , 225-5201 

Administrative Assistant, ElizaBeth Pierce Wright. FAX; 225-1541 

Legislative Director, Stephen Ball. 

Press Secretary. David Stricklin. 
110 North Division, Carterville, IL 62918 , (618) 985-6300 

District Office Managet-Judy Hampton. 



Counties: Alexander, Franklin, GaUatin, Hardin, Jackion, Jfohmon, Jefferson, Marion, Mwc t Monroe, Perry, Pope, 
Pulaslu, Randolph, Saline, Union, Wa$hington, and WiJUamttt, Cut>rr0N COUNTY; Township* of Brookside, 
Carlyie, Clement, East Fork, Lake, Meridian, Santa Fe, and Wade, FAYEITE COUNT*: All except the townihipsof 
Bowling Green and South Hurricane, ST. Cura COUNTY: All of the township of Ontreville and Sugarloaf, 
Population (1980), 519,017. 



' 62 ? 32 k^)' 6208 <P*rt). &Q97 (part), 62201 (part), 62203 (part), 62206-07, 62214, 62217-19, 
62230 (part), 62231 (part), 62233, 62236 (part), 62237-42, 62244, 62247-48, 62250, 62252, 62255 (part), 62256, 62257 
62264 (pn ^ m *> 6227N72 ' 62273 <^> 62274 * ^277^80, 62283, 62286, 62288, 
414 (pwt) ' 62418 ' 62420 ' 62436 ' ^ 245S <***), 2471, 62476, 62478-79, 
' * 2 * 14 ' 



' ' ' - - 62901-03, 62924, 62926-35, 

62938-67, 62969-77, 62979, 62982-85, 62987-88, 62990^99, 63673 (part) 



W2d Congress 103 

INDIANA 

(Population, 1980 census, 5,490,179) 

SENATORS 

RICHARD G LUGAR, Republican, of Indianapolis, IN; born in Indianapolis, April 4, 
1932- attended the public schools of Indianapolis; graduated, Shortridge High School, 
1950 ! B A Denison University, Granville, OH; Rhodes Scholar, B. A., M.A., Pembroke 
College" Oxford, England, 1956; served in the U.S. Navy, 1957-60; businessman; treasur- 
er Luear Stock Farms, Inc., a livestock and grain operation; vice president and treasurer, 
1960-67 secretary-treasurer, 1968-present, Thomas L. Green & Co., manufacturers of 
food production machinery; member, Indianapolis Board of School Commissioners, 1964- 
67? mayor of Indianapolis, 1968-75; member, advisory board, U.S. Conference of Mayors, 
56^A1 League of Cities, advisory council, 1972-75 president 1971; Adv*ory 
Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, 1969-75, vice chairman, 1971-75; board of 
^e^ DenSon University and the University at Indianapolis; advisory board, Indiana 
University-Purdue University at Indianapolis; visiting professor of political science, direc- 
^of public affairs, Indiana Central University; 21 honorary doctorates; recipient of 
ttorello LaGuardia Award, 1975; GOP National Convention Keynote Speaker 1972 
SFRC chairman 1985-86; NRSC chairman, 1983-84; member, St. Luke's Methodist 
Sch; Se"\o the former Charlene Smeltzer, 1956; ^<**^^^ 
Agriculture Committee; elected to the U.S. Senate, November 2, 1976, for the 6-year 
tern banning January 4, 1977; reelected on November 2, 1982, and November 8, 1988. 

Office Listings 

306 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-1401 ........................... 224-4814 

Administrative Assistant. Martin W. Moms. 
Legislative Director. Ellen Whitt 
Press Secretary. Kevin Shaw Kellums. 



10 e, mdianapoli,, IN 46204 

FedeS Building, Room 240, 127 NW. 7th Street, Ev^nsvdle IN *"" 
Federal Buildup, Room 340, 1300 South Hamson Street, Fort Wayne, IN 2 _ 1505 

46802 ................... .... ............ TIMA? ....................................................... "'".' (219)937-5380 

"2 ....... (812) 288-3377 



DAN COATS, Republican, of Fort Wayne, IN; born in J**son, MI.. M ay 16 1943; 

SSS?S ' 

Drugs, and Alcoholism. 



104 Congressional Directory INDu 

Office Listings 

407 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-1403 

Administrative Assistant. Dave Hoppe 

Policy Director. Mark Souder. 

Legislative Director. Genie Mackay 

Senior Legislative Assistant for Defense and Foreign Affairs Eric 

Thoemmes. 
1180 Market Tower, 10 West Market Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204 (317\ T?A << 

State Director Curt Smith. " Ul '> 226 ~5S55 

Room 103, 5530 Sohl Avenue, Hammond, IN 46320 (1\$\ QV7 OA 

Federal Building, Room 3158, 1300 South Marnson Street, Fort Wayn^'lN* w -w0 

46802 * , (219)422 ism 

Building No, 66, Room 103, 1201 East 10th Street, Jefferson vi He, IN 47132 ' rg!2> 288 irr? 
101 NW. 7th Street, Evansville, IN 47708 (gj^ 46W313 



REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 

, J - VISCLOSKY, Democrat, of MernllviUe, IN; born in Gary, IN on Ausmt 

wr l9 ^^ nded , St ' ^ ark ' S elementa ry **ool, Gary; Holy Cross Seminary,' La Cw? 
WI, 1963-65; graduated, Andrean High School, Merrfflville, 1965-67; B.S., accouX 

jS^rS^^^S^^Sf < ? ary ' ^ 7 ; , J * D " Universu y rt N tre Darne Law Schoof 
Notre Dame, IN ; 1973; LL.M, international and comparative law, Georgetown Univers 

i^7^ C ??- ter ' Wa ? h A n S ton ' DC ' 1982 ' Attorney, 1974-76; admitted to Indiana sVateBa" 
t 9 ; ^ e T?i St Sr Ct of S?i umbia Bar 1978 > and the u - s - Supreme Court Bar, 1980 ^ 
ate staff , U.S. House of Representatives, Committee on Appropriations, 1 977-80, Commi I 
n^ M^nt 19 ? ^^ P^j^g attorney, Merrillville law firm, 1983-84; mS 
niSf 5 eefe; wo , c ^oJ en: John Daniel and Til "othy Patrick; elected to the 
Congress on November 6, 1984; reelected to each succeeding Congress, 

Office Listings 

420 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1401.. 225 2461 

Administrative Assistant. -Charles Brimmer. ."3-2461 

Legislative Director. Robert Falb. 

Press Assistant.- Jeff O*Mara, 
215 West 35th Avenue, Gary, IN 46408 ni ox OCM , , 77 

District Director Thomas Browne. * "" ( } 884 - 1177 



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SECOND 0ISTIWCT 



a 

Exeter College, Oxford University summer 196rf Ph ?^' - CUm laude; 8 radu8te stud y- 
University, Washington DC ^1974- 'uSS? " M ; P J 1 ' D " m government, Georgetown 
sistant and assoSe^rofeaS'r nf ^Pi ^ e ^^to Senator Vance Hartke, 1964^69; as- 
member: CoUegTAvenueTnit^ P M^rT^ ?< ; le ^' I* 11 State Uni v ity. Muncie, 19691-74; 
Augburn, 19?1- elected to the MA^^t ^ch; married to the former Marilyn Kay 
ceding Congress Member- O>mrnta^ of ^pt'. Vei ", b % r 5 ' 1974; ******* to eaih sue- 
terior and InsuJarAffairs; oiSSCSSSSSS ^S " ^ 



INDIANA 



102d Congress 105 



Office Listings 

2217 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1402 225-3021 

Administrative Assistant. Ron Gyure. 

Executive Assistant. Trish Wickens. 

Legislative Director. Tom Wanley. 

Press Secretary. Bob McCarson. 

Room 101, 2900 West Jackson, Muncie, IN 47304 (317) 747.5566 

Main Post Office, Richmond, IN 47374 "!..!"!! (317) 966-6125 

376 South Madison Avenue, Greenwood, IN 46142 ]'.. ".] (317) 887-3182 



Counties: Decatur, Johnson, Randolph, Shelby, and Wayne BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY. Townships of Clay Clifty 
Columbus, Flat Rock, German, Harnson, Haw Creek, and Unorganized Territory. DELAWARE COUNTY Townl 
ships of Center, Liberty, Monroe, Mount Pleasant, Perry, and Salem FAYETTE COUNTY: Townships of Fairview 
Orange, and Posey. HENRY COUNTY- Townships of Blue River, Dudley, Franklin, Henry, Liberty, Prairie 
Spiceland, and Stony Creek MARION COUNTY. Townships of Franklin, precincts 1-15; Perry, precincts 2, 5-11, 13, 
15-28, 30-35, 37-48, 50-60, 62-68, and ward 26 (precincts 4-6); Warren, precincts I, 6, 27, and 30. RUSH COUNTY 
All except Ripley Township Population (1980), 550,320 

ZIP Codes: 46001 (part), 46011 (part), 46104, 46106 (part), 46107 (part), 46110, 46115 (part), 46124, 46126-27, 46130 
(part), 46131, 46133, 46140 (part), 46142-44, 46146, 46148 (part), 46150, 46155-56, 46160 (part), 46161 (part), 46162, 
46164 (part), 46173 (part), 46176, 46181 (part), 46182, 46184, 46203 (part), 46217 (part), 46227 (part), 46229 (part), 
46237 (part), 46239 (part), 46259, 47006 (part), 47037 (part), 47201 (part), 47202-03, 47222, 47225-26, 47234, 47240 
(part), 47244 (part), 47246, 47261, 47263, 47272, 47280, 47283 (part), 47302 (part), 47303-04, 47305 (part), 47306-O8, 
47320 (part), 47322, 47324, 47325 (part), 47327 (part), 47330, 47331 (part), 47334 (part), 47335, 47337, 47339-41, 
47345-46, 47352, 47354-55, 47357 (part), 47358, 47360-61, 47362 (part), 47366-68, 47370, 47374-75, 47380 (part), 
47383, 47385, 47386 (part), 47387, 47390 (part), 47392, 47393 (part), 47394, 47396 (part) 



THIRD DISTRICT 

TIM ROEMER, Democrat, of South Bend, IN; born in South Bend, IN, October 30, 
1956; attended Schmucker Middle School, Mishawaka, IN; graduated, Penn High School, 
Mishawaka, IN, 1975; B.A., political science, University of California, San Diego, CA, 
1979; M.A. and Ph.D., international relations, University of Notre Dame, South Bend, 
IN, 1985; staff assistant, Congressman John Brademas, U.S. Congress; defense, trade, and 
foreign policy advisor to Senator Dennis DeConcini; adjunct professor, the American 
University; married to the former Sarah Lee Johnston, 1989; elected to the 102d Con- 
gress, November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

415 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1403 225-3915 

Administrative Assistant. Bernie Toon. FAX: 225-6798 

Legislative Director. Carole Stringer. 

Press Secretary. Desiree Green. 
217 North Main Street, South Bend, IN 46601 (219) 288-3301 

District Director. Patricia Lodyga. 



Counties: Elkhart, Marshall, St. Joseph, and Starke. KOSCIUSKO COUNTY: Townships of Clay, Jackson, Jefferson, 
Lake, Monroe, Plain, Scott, Tippecanoe, Turkey Creek, Van Buren, Washington, and Wayne LA PORTE COUNTY: 
Townships of Cass, Center, Clinton, Dewey, Galena, Hanna, Hudson, Johnson, Kankakec, Lincoln, Long Beach 
precinct, Michigan precinct, Michigan City, ward 6 (precincts 1 and 2), Noble, Pleasant, Prairie, Scipio, Spring- 
field, Union, Washington, and Wills. Population (1980), 552,607. 

ZIP Codes: 46340, 46345-46, 46348 (part), 46350 (part), 46351, 46360 (part), 46365, 46366 (part), 46371, 46374 (part), 
46382 (part), 46390, 46391 (part), 46501, 46502 (part), 46504, 46506-07, 46510 (part), 46511 (part), 46513-17, 46526, 
46530-32, 46534, 46536-38, 46540, 46542-45, 46550 (part), 46552-56, 46561-63, 46566-67, 46570, 46572-74, 46580 
(part), 46590, 46595, 46600-01, 46612-20, 46624-25, 46628-29, 46634-35, 46637, 46660, 46680, 46732 (part), 46767 
(part), 46787 (part), 46960 (part), 46962 (part), 46968, 46982 (part), 46996 (part) 



106 Congressional Directory I NDUNA 

FOURTH DISTRICT 

of Larwill, IN, born in Warsaw, IN on July 15, 1952; attend. 



!S?0 m aZ***y il W *< g m,,on of Dan Coats; 

102d Congress on November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

1632 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1404 ......... ..... 225-4436 

Administrative Assistant. Inga Smulkstys. 

Legislative Director. Bart Chilton. 

Press Secretary. Mary Meagher. 

Scheduler/Special Assistant. Jennifer Boehm. 45<Uirui 

1300 South Harrison, Room 3105, Fort Wayne, IN 46805 .............................. (219) 424-3041 



Counties: Adams, Allen, De Kalb, Huntmgton, Jay, LaGrange, Noble, Steuben, We!K *nd Whitlcy. Populat.cn 
(1980), 553,698. 

VTI AA701 46702 /narrt 46703-06 46710-11, 46713-14, 46720-21, 46723, 46725, 46730-31, 46732 
ffra "is ^2740^ 4^' XTW467S-61. 46763-66, 46767 (part). 46769-74, 46776-86. 46787 
ISS'lM Sfslt^fcfs 19 46825 46835 46850-69, 46885, 46895-4, 46898-99, 46940 (part), 46952 
' JSS^SSi WSJ 4TOO ESS 47326,' 47336 (part), 47348 (part), 47359 (part), 47369 (part), 47371, 
73, 47380 (part), 47381-82, 47393 (part) 



FIFTH DISTRICT 

JIM JONTZ, Democrat, of Monticello, IN; born in Indianapolis, IN, on December 18, 
1951- attended Nora Elementary School, Indianapolis; graduated, North Central High 
School Indianapolis, 1970; A.B., Indiana University, Bloomington, 1973; attended gradu- 
ate classes, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, and Butler University, Indianapolis; 
program director, Lake Michigan Federation; executive director, Indiana Conservation 
Council; public relations director, Sycamore Girl Scout Council; instructor, Butler Uni- 
versity; elected to: Indiana House of Representatives, 1974-84; Indiana State senate, 1984- 
86; member: Indiana Wildlife Federation, Long Association of Indiana, Citizens Action 
Coalition, White County Mental Health Association, Advisory Committee to the Area IV 
Agency on Aging and Community Services; elected to the 100th Congress on November 
4, 1986. 

Office Listings 

1317 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1405 225-5037 

Administrative Assistant. Christopher Klose. 

Legislative Director. Tom Buis. _ r 

104 West Walnut, Kokomo, IN 46901 (317) 459-4375 

District Director. Kathy Altman. ^^ 

302 Lincomway, Valparaiso, IN 46383 (219) 642-6499 

Northern District Director. George Wilson. 

Counties: Carroll, Cass. Fulton, Grant, Howard, Jasper, Miami, Newton, Pulaski, Wabash and White KOSCJUSKO 
COUNTY: Townships of Etna, Franklin, Harrison, Praine, and Seward. LAKE COUNTY: Townahip* of Cedar Creek, 
precincts 1-5; Cedar Lake, precincts 1, 2, and 4-7; Center, precincts 1-4; Crown Point, precinct* 1-11; Dyer, 
precincts 1-6; Eagle Creek, precinct 1; Hanover, precincts 1-3 and Cedar Lake, precinct 3, ScherervUle, precinctt 
1-4 and 4A; St John Town, precincts 1, 1A, and 2; St. John Township, precincts I, 2, 4, and 5; Wt Creek, 
precincts 1-3; Winfield, precinct 1. PORTER COUNTY: Townships of Boone, Center, Jackson, Liberty, Morgan, 
Pleasant, Porter, Union, and Washington. Population (1980), 553,764. 



INDIANA 102d Congress 107 

ZIP Codes: 46039 (part), 46065 (part), 46068 (part), 463O2-03, 46304 (part), 46307 (part), 46310-11, 46341, 46342 
(part), 46347, 46348 (part), 46349, 46355-56, 46366 (part), 46372-73, 46374 (part), 46375 (part), 46376-77, 46379-81, 
46383-84, 46391 (part), 46392-93, 46399, 46502 (part), 46508, 46510 (part), 46511 (part), 46524, 46539, 46550 (part), 
46580 (part), 46702 (part) 46787 (part), 46901, 46902 (part), 46903-04, 46910-17, 46919-23, 46925-26, 46928 (part), 
46929-33, 46935-39, 46940 (part), 46941-47, 46950-51, 46952 (part), 46953 (part), 46957-59, 46960 (part), 46961, 
46962 (part), 46965. 46967, 46970-71, 46974, 46975, 46977-78, 46979 (part), 46980, 46982 (part), 46983-88, 46989 
(part), 46990, 46991 (part), 46992, 46994-95, 46996 (part), 46998, 47342 (part), 47348 (part), 47901 (part), 47906 
(Part), 47920 (part), 47922-23, 47925-26, 47929, 47943^ 47946, 47948 (part? 47950-51, 47957, 47959-60/47963-64, 
47977 (part), 47978, 47980, 47995, 47997 



SIXTH DISTRICT 

DAN BURTON, Republican, of Indianapolis, IN; born in Indianapolis, on June 21, 
1938; attended Indianapolis public schools; graduated, Shortridge High School, 1956, In- 
diana University, 1956-57; Cincinnati Bible Seminary, 1958-60, served in the U.S. Army, 
1956-57; U.S. Army Reserves, 1957-62; businessman, insurance and real estate firm owner 
since 1968; elected to Indiana House of Representatives, 1967-68 and 1977-80; elected to 
Indiana State Senate, 1969-70 and 1981-82; president: Volunteers of America, Indiana 
Christian Benevolent Association, Committee for Constitutional Government, and Family 
Support Center; member, Jaycees; married to the former Barbara Jean Logan, 1959; three 
children: Kelly, Danielle Lee, and Danny Lee II; elected on November 2, 1982, to the 
98th Congress; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

120 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1406 225-2276 

Administrative Assistant. Jim Atterholt. FAX: 225-0016 

Appointment Secretary. Leah Tolson. 

Omce Manager. Amy Orlando. 

Press Secretary. Kevin Binger. 
Suite 1050, 8900 Keystone at the Crossing, Indianapolis, IN 46240 (317) 848-0201 



Counties: Blackford, Boone, Clinton, Hamilton, Hancock, Madison, and Tipton. DELAWARE COUNTY: Townships of 
Delaware, Hamilton, Harmon, Niles, Union, and Washington HENRY COUNTY: Townships of Fall Creek. Greens- 
boro, Harrison, Jefferson, and Wayne. MARION COUNTY: Townships of Lawrence, precincts 1, 3, 4, 7, 9, 13, 14, 
16-21, 24, 27-29, 30-39, 43, 44, and ward 27 (precincts 6, 12, 17, and 25); Pike, precincts 1-5, 7-9, 14, and 21-22; 
Warren, precincts 5, 9, 10, 17, 20, 21, 24, 25, 34, 35, 39-44, 46, 48-50, and ward 28 (precinct 18); Washington, 
precincts 1-3, 5-7, 9-13, 15, 16, 18, 21, 22, 25-29, 31-35, 38-46, 52-59, 62-70, 72-77, ward 21 (precincts 2, 3, 5-7, 
10-20, 22, and 23), ward 22 (precincts 3 and 13), ward 31 (precincts 8 and 9); Wayne, precincts 3, 22, 34, and 70. 
RUSH COUNTY: Township of Ripley Population (1980), 544,001. 

ZIP Codes: 46001 (part), 46011 (part), 46012-17, 46030-32, 46034, 46035 (part), 46036, 46038, 46039 (part), 46040-41, 
46044-52, 46055-58, 46060, 46063-64, 46065 (part), 46067, 46068 (part), 46069-72, 46074-75, 46076 (part), 46077, 
46102, 46112 (part), 46115 (part), 46117, 46129, 46130 (part), 46140 (part), 46147 (part), 46148 (part), 46149, 46154, 
46161 (part), 46163, 46167 Xpart), 46186-87, 46205 (part), 46214 (part), 46219 (part), 46220 (part), 46224 (part), 
46226 (part), 46229 (part), 46234 (part), 46236 (part), 46239 (part), 46240, 46250, 46254 (part), 46256, 46260 (part), 
46268 (part), 46278 (part), 46280, 46290, 46902 (part), 46928 (part), 46952 (part), 46953 (part), 46979 (part), 46989 
(part), 47302 (part), 47305 (part), 47320 (part), 47334 (part), 47336 (part), 47338, 47342 (part), 47344, 47348 (part), 
47351, 47356, 47359 (part), 47362 (part), 47369 (part), 47384, 47386 (part), 47388, 47396 (part), 47901 (part), 47930 
(part), 47933 (part), 47968 (part) 



SEVENTH DISTRICT 

JOHN T. MYERS, Republican, of Covington, IN; born February 8, 1927, and has re- 
sided there all his life; attended grade and high schools in Covington; was graduated from 
Indiana State University in 1951, B.S. degree; during World War II, served in the U.S. 
Army in Europe; Cashier and Trust Officer with The Fountain Trust Co.; member of the 
American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Masonic orders, Elks, Lions, Wabash 
Valley Association, Reserve Officers Association, Sigma Pi, Chamber of Commerce, and 
the Episcopal Church; married the former Carol Carruthers of Chicago, IL; two daugh- 
ters: Carol Ann and Lori Jan; elected to the 90th Congress, November 8, 1966; reelected 
to each succeeding Congress. 



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Office Listings 



2372 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1407 225-5805 

Administrative Assistant. Ronald L. Hardman. 

Executive Secretary. Salhe S. Davis. 
107 Federal Building, Terre Haute, IN 47808 (812)238-1619 

District Representative. Lynn Nicoson 
107 Halleck Federal Building, Lafayette, IN 47901 (317) 423-1661 

Staff Assistant. Jane R. Long. 



Counties: Benton, Clay, Fountain, Hendncks, Montgomery, Morgan, Owen, Parke, Putnam, Sullivan, Tippecanoe 
Vermillion, Vigo, and Warren Population (1980), 555,191. 

ZIP Codes: 46035 (part), 46076 (part), 46103, 46105. 46106 (part), 46111, 46112 (part), 46113 (part), 46114, 46116 
46118, 46120-22, 46125, 46128, 46135, 46147 (part), 46151, 46157-58, 46160 (part), 46165-66, 46167 (part), 46168* 
46170-72, 46175, 46180, 46231 (part), 46234 (part), 47427, 47431, 47433 (part), 47438 (part), 47455-56, 47459 (part)' 
47460, 47471 (part), 47528 (part), 47529 (part), 47561 (part), 47578 (part), 47801-05, 47807-08, 47830-34, 47836-37 
47838 (part), 47840-42, 47845-66, 47868-72, 47874-82, 47884-85. 47901 (part), 47902-05, 47906 (part) 47907 
47916-18, 47920 (part), 47921, 47924, 47928, 47930 (part), 47931-32, 47933 (part). 47940-42, 47944, 47948 (parti 
47949, 47952, 47954-56, 47958, 47962, 47965-67, 47968 (part), 47969-71, 47973-76, 47977 (part), 47981-94 



EIGHTH DISTRICT 

FRANK McCLOSKEY, Democrat, of Bloomington, IN; born in Philadelphia, PA, 
June 12, 1939; attended St. Agatha Elementary School, West Philadelphia, PA; graduate 
of Bishop Kenrick High School, Norristown, PA, 1957; served 4 years in U.S. Air Force, 
honorably discharged June 11, 1961; A.B., government, Indiana University, Bloomington, 
1968; J.D., Indiana University School of Law, Bloomington, 1971; member, board of edi- 
tors, Indiana Law Journal, 1970-71; admitted to Indiana Bar, September 1971; former 
newspaperman; elected mayor of Bloomington, November 1971; reelected twice as mayor 
through December 31, 1982; president of the Indiana Association of Cities and Towns, 
1981-82; married to the former Roberta Ann Barker; two children: Helen and Mark; 
elected to the 98th Congress, November 2, 1982; member of the Committees on Armed 
Services, Foreign Affairs, and Post Office and Civil Service; reelected to each succeeding 
Congress. 

Office Listings 

127 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1408 225-4636 

Administrative Assistant. Melinda Plaisier. FAX: 225-4688 

501 South Madison, Bloomington, IN 47403 (812) 334-1111 

Federal Building, Room 124, 101 NW. Seventh Street, Evansville, IN 47708.... (812) 465-6484 
Office Manager. Patti Turpin. 

10 NE. Fourth Street, Washington, IN 47501 (812) 254-6646 

Office Manager. Ron Critchlow. 



Counties: Daviess, Gibson, Greene, Knox, Lawrence, Martin, Orange, Pike, Posey, Spencer, Vanderburgh, and 
Warnck. CRAWFORD COUNTY: Townships of Liberty, Patoka, and Sterling. MONROE COUNTY: Townships of Bean 
SSr^.S?^ Cw* ** C"*. err y> p o*, Wchland, Salt Creek, Van Buren, and Washington. WASHING- 
TON COUNTY: Townships of Howard, Pierce, Vernon, and Washington. Population (1980), 546,744 



' ' . ' 

Ar?^ 47405 (part) ' 47406 (part) > o-2i, 47424747426, 47429-30, 
44l 47443 > 474 -46. 47449, 47451-54. 47457-53, 47459 

?512 ' 47513 <P* rt >' 47516 ' 4751 *> 47522 ' 47523 <****>' 
' 47532 &*& 47535-37, 47541 (part), 47544, 47550, 47552-53, 47556-58, 
47579 47581 



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NINTH DISTRICT 

LEE H. HAMILTON, Democrat, of Nashville, IN; born in Daytona Beach, FL, April 
20, 1931; graduated, Central High School, 1948, Evansville, IN; Trester Award, 1948; 
B.A., DePauw University; honor graduate and named "Outstanding Senior", 1952; at- 
tended Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany, 1952-53; J.D., Indiana University School 
of Law, 1956; lawyer; honorary degrees: DePauw University and Hanover College; 
member, Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame, 1982; married to the former Nancy Ann 
Nelson; three children: Tracy Lynn Souza, Deborah Lee Hamilton, and Douglas Nelson 
Hamilton; senior member, Indiana congressional delegation; member, Foreign Affairs 
Committee; chairman, Subcommittee on Europe and the Middle East; and member, Sub- 
committee on International Security and Scientific Affairs; member, Joint Economic 
Committee; former member, Committee on Science, Space, and Technology; former 
chairman, Select Committee to Investigate Covert Arms Transactions with Iran; former 
member, chairman, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence; former member: 
Post Office and Civil Service Committee and Standards of Official Conduct Committee; 
executive committee member, Congressional Delegation to the U.S. Group of the Inter- 
parliamentary Union; elected to the 89th Congress, November 3, 1964; reelected to each 
succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2187 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1409 225-5315 

Executive Assistant. Jonathan Friedman. 

Office Manager/Scheduler. Nora Coulter. 

Press Secretary. Christopher Mehl. 
Room 107, 1201 East 10th Street, Jeffersonville, IN 47130 (812) 288-3999 

Toll Free in Indiana: (800) 892-3232 

Administrative Assistant. Wayne Vance. 



Counties: Brown, Clark, Dearborn, Dubois, Floyd, Franklin, Harrison, Jackson, Jefferson, Jennings, Ohio, Perry, 
Ripley, Scott, Switzerland, and Union BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY. Townships of Jackson, Ohio, Rock Creek, Sand 
Creek, and Wayne CRAWFORD COUNTY Townships of Boone, Jennings, Johnson, Ohio, Union, and Whiskey Run. 
FAYETTE COUNTY: Townships of Columbia, Connersville, Harrison, Jackson, Jennings, and Waterloo. MONROE 
COUNTY: Townships of Benton and Bloomington. WASHINGTON COUNTY: Townships of Brown, Franklin, Gibson, 
Jackson, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, Polk, and Posey. Population (1980), 544,936. 

ZIP Codes: 45003 (part), 45030 (part), 45053 (part), 46160 (part), 46164 (part), 46173 (part), 46181 (part), 47001, 47006 
(part), 47010-12, 47016-25, 47030-36, 47037 (part), 47038-43, 47060, 47102, 47104, 47106-07, 47108 (part), 47110- 
12, 47114-15, 47116 (part), 47117, 47118 (part), 47119, 47120 (part), 47122-24, 47125 (part), 47126, 47130-39, 47140 
(part), 47141-44, 47145 (part), 47146-47, 47150, 4716G-64, 47165 (part), 47166, 47167(part), 47170, 47172, 47174, 
47175 (part), 47177-78, 47199, 47201 (part), 47220, 47223-24, 47227-32, 47235-36, 47240 (part), 47243, 47244 (part), 
47245, 47247, 47249-50, 47260, 47262, 47264 (part), 47265, 47270, 47273-74, 47281-82, 47283 (part), 47325 (part), 
47327 (part), 47331 (part), 47353, 47357 (part), 47401 (part), 47402, 47405 (part), 47406 (part), 47432 (part), 47435, 
47439, 47448, 47468, 47513 (part), 47514-15, 47520-21, 47523 (part), 47525, 47527, 47532 (part). 47541 (part), 47542, 
47545-46, 47551, 47555, 47559, 47564 (part), 47574-76, 47577 (part), 47580, 47586-87, 47588 (part) 



TENTH DISTRICT 

ANDREW JACOBS, JR., Democrat, of Indianapolis, IN; born in Indianapolis, IN, 
February 24, 1932; graduated from Shortridge High School, 1949; duty, U.S. Marine 
Corps, combat infantry in Korea in 1951; Indiana University, B.S. 1955; LL.B., 1958; 
practiced law 1958-65, 1973-74; married to Kim Hood Jacobs; one son, H.B. James 
Andrew (Andy) born August 31, 1989; member: Indiana House of Representatives, 1959- 
60; elected to the 89th Congress; reelected to each succeeding Congress; reelected to 
each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2313 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1410 225-4011 

Administrative/Legislative Assistant. David Sayre Wildes. 

Appointment Secretary. Deborah McGinn. 

Staff Assistants. Patricia Roberson; Marjorie Guggenheim. 

Office Manager/Personal Secretary. Phyllis E. Coelho. 
Room 441-A, 46 East Ohio Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204 (317) 226-7331 

District Office Manager. Loretta Raikes. 



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Marion County- City of Indianapolis (part), townships of Center and Decatur, parts of the townships of Lawrence. 
Perry, Pike, Warren, Washington, and Wayne, inctuded is the town of Speedway and the cities of Beech GrovJ 
(part/and Lawrence (part). Population (1980), 541,832. 

ZIP Codes- 46107 (part), 46113 (part), 46183, 46200-02, 46203 (part), 46204, 46205 (part), 46206, 46208, 46214 (part) 
4621? 46217 (part), 46218, 46219 (part), 46220 (part), 46221-23, 46224 (part), 46225, 46226 (part), 46227 ffif 
4623l'(part) 46234 (part), 46236 (part), 46237 (part), 46239 (part), 46241, 46244, 46251, 46254 (part), 46255, 46260 
(part), 46266, 46268 (part), 46277, 46278 (part), 46283, 46285, 46291 



102d Congress 



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IOWA 



(Population, 1980 census, 2,913,808) 

SENATORS 



CHARLES E. GRASSLEY, Republican, of New Hartford, IA; born in New ^H^ford, 
ber 17, 1933; graduated, New Hartford Community High School, 1951; B.A Um- 



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t November 4, 1986, for the 6-year term beguuung January 6, 



S Senate November 4, 1980, for the 6-year term Beginning jamuuy ->, ** ' I 
Uo rthe U.S. Sermte, November 4, 1986, for the 6-year term beginning January 6, 

1987. 

Office Listings 

135 Hart Senate Office BuUdingWashm^on DC 20510-1501 224-3744 

Administrative Assistant Robert J. Ludwiczak. 
Press Secretary. Caran McKee. 



721 Si Moines, IA 50309-2140 ............. (515) 284^890 



103 Federal Courthouse Building, 320 6th Stree *.o j, 232-6657 

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mitted to the bar, 1972, Des Momes, mamea ro i^ Nov einber 5, 1974; reelected to 

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vember 6, 1990 for the term expiring January 3, 1997. 



Office Listings 

531 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-1502 
Administrative Assistant. Donald J. Foley. 
Legislative Director.-Kay Casstevens. 
Press Secretary. Lorraine Voles. 

B^^=in g ;Suiie'H^= g$ S1S8 

Suite 125, 880 Locust Street, Dubuque, IA 52001 .................................. 



TDD . 224 >4633 



REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 

JIM LEACH, Republi^n of Davenport IA; born in 



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studies at the London School of Economics, 1966-68; member of staff of U.S. Congress 
man Donald Rumsfeld, 1965-66; Foreign Service Officer assigned to the Departmentof 
State, 1968-69; administrative assistant to the Director of the Office of Economic Opnor 
tunity, 1969-70; Foreign Service Officer assigned to the Arms Control and Disarmament 
Agency, 1970-73; member, U.S. delegation to the Geneva Disarmament Conference 
1971-72; member, U.S. delegation to the United Nations General Assembly, 1972! 
member, U.S. delegation to the United Nations Conference on Natural Resources, 1975* 
member, U.S. Advisory Commission on International Educational and Cultural Affairs' 
1975-76; member, Federal Home Loan Bank Board of Des Moines, 1975-76; president 
Flamegas Companies, Inc., family business, 1973-76; member: Bcttendorf Chamber of 
Commerce; National Federation of Independent Business; Davenport Elks, Moose, 
Rotary; Episcopal Church; married to the former Elisabeth Foxley; one son, Gallagher- 
one daughter, Jenny; elected to the 95th Congress, November 2, 1976; reelected to each 
succeeding Congress; member, House Banking. Finance and Urban Affairs Committee 
and House Foreign Affairs Committee; Ripon society; member: Arms Control and For- 
eign Policy Caucus; Rural Caucus; Arts Caucus; Northeast-Midwest Coalition; House 
Wednesday Group; Congressional Human Rights Caucus; Enivornmental and 'Energy 
Study Conference; Congressional Caucus for Women's Issues, 

Office Listings 

1514 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1501 .... 225-6576 

Administrative Assistant. Bill Tate, 
209 West Fourth Street, Davenport, IA 52801 (319) 326-1841 

District Administrative Assistant Linda Weeks. 
306 F&M Bank Building, Third and Jefferson Streets, Burlington, IA 52601 . , (319) 752-4584 

District Staff Assistant. Ginny Burrus. 
Parkview Plaza, Room 204, 107 East 2d, Ottumwa, I A 52501 (515) 682-8549 

District Staff Assistant. Sonja Larsen. 



Counties: Appanoose, Davis, DCS Moines, Henry, Jefferson, Kokuk, IJBC, Loum. Luc**, Mahaaka, Monroe, Musca- 
tine, Scott, Van Buren, Wapello, and Washington (16 counties) Population (19HO). 4K5.Q61, 



, ' ' 50104 ' 50123 <P*>. SOl-to. 50139 (part), 50143. 50150-51, 50171 

S?5 ( 8S& 5 021 ! ( feS?4 5 23 , 8 <P rt 5Ts0253, 50255 ( 502S6 <pa>, 502H, 5O272, 52201, 52231, 52247 (part) 
52250, 52316 (part) 52327, 52335, 52353, 52355 (part), 52356 (part), 5235>, MM. W30- 31, 32533-36, 52537 
fcS' 52548-56, 57560-63, 52565-68, 52569 <nart>, 52570-77, 52580-81 52583 
5259i ' 52593-95, 52601, 526J9-2L 5262.V 23. 52626 (part), 52627, 52630-32, 



. . , , , 

< <part) ' 52722 ' 52725 " 2 ^ 52728, 52737-39. 52745-46, 5747 (part), 52748-49 

6353( rt) 52761 <P&n) * 52765 <part> ' 527< *-<#' M77I, 52773, 52776 (part), 52778 frart , 52800-09 



SECOND DISTRICT 

JAMES ALLEN NUSSLE, Republican, of Manchester, IA; born in DCS Moines, IA, 
June 27, 1960; graduated, Carl Sandburg High School, 1978; attended Ronshoved Hojs- 
^r, e A rt ??J ma ^'- 1978 T" 79 i h uther Colle ^ Decorah, I A, 1983; Drake University Law 
Scho ?LPf A Mome . s ' Ia ' 1985; admitted to the bar, January 1986; Delaware County attor- 

S2i H * 2? ?J5??? t0 the f 5J mcr Leslic Jeanne Harbison, 1986; one child: Sarah, 1988; 
elected to the 102d Congress, November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 
507 oErSfsSE^^^g* Wa8hin * on ' *= 205 15 -1502 ....................... 225-291 1 

Executive Assistant/Scheduler. .Kristin Jones 
^ I ess Sec retary. Anne Sessions. 
P.O. Box 445, 1117 7th Avenue, Marion, IA 52302 

Dstnct Administrator.Darlene Elbert. 



ii?'^S. 4 Z 8 ' 69 5 ^ ntT ^ Av eue, Dubuque, IA 52001.. .................... (319) 557-7740 

116 South Second Street, Clinton, IA 52732 ................................... !^J""""""Z (319) 242-6180 

t CBd * ri Chnt n> ^^^^ EWbow Fayirtte, Jackson, Jones, and Un (11 



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ZIP Codes: 50606-07, 50629 (part), 50641, 50644, 50648 (part), 50650, 50651 (part), 5O6S4-55, 50662, 5O664, 50674 
(part), 50681-82, 52001, 52004, 52030-33, 52035-38, 32040-57, 52060, 52064-66, 52068-79, 52101 (part), 5213O, 
52133 (part), 52135. 5214O (part), 52141-42, 52144 (part), 52146-47, 52151, 52156-59, 52160 (part), 52161 (part), 
52162 (part), 52164, 52166, 52169-70, 52171 (part), 52172 (part), 52175, 52202, 52205, 52207, 52210 (part), 52212-14, 
52216, 52218-19, 52223, 52226, 52227 (part), 52228 (part), 52230, 52233, 52237, 52252, 52253 (?art), 52254-55, 
52302, 52305-06, 52309-10, 52312, 52313 (part), 52314? 52320-21, 52323, 52324 (part), 52326, 52328-31, 52332 
(part), 52333 (part), 52336-37, 52338 (part), 52341. 52343-44, 52350, 52352 (part), 52358 (part), 52362, 52400-O9, 
52701, 52720 (part), 52721, 52727, 52729-32, 52742, 52747 (part), 52750-51, 52757, 52765 (part); 52772, 52774, 52776 
(part), 52777, 52778 (part), 55974 (part) 



THIRD DISTRICT 

DAVID R. NAGLE, Democrat, of Cedar Falls, IA; born in Grinnell, I A on April 15, 
1943; attended Toledo Elementary School, IA; graduated Toledo High School, IA, 1961; 
attended, University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, 1961-65; LL.B., University of Iowa 
Law School, Iowa City, 1968; attorney; admitted to the Iowa State Bar, 1968, and com- 
menced practice in Waterloo; assistant Black Hawk County attorney, 1969-70; City attor- 
ney, Evansdale, IA, 1972-73; president, Black Hawk County Conservation Board, 1975- 
80; treasurer, Northeast Iowa Council on Alcoholism, 1972-75; member, Board of Direc- 
tors, Izaak Walton League, Black Hawk County, 1981-82; member: Black Hawk County, 
Iowa, and American Bar Associations, Board of Directors of Iowa Trial Lawyers Asso- 
ciation; American Trial Lawyers Association, Iowa Academy of Trial Lawyers, State 
Democratic Central Committee; Democratic National Committee; adjunct professor, Po- 
litical Science Department-University of Northern Iowa, 1978-81; married to the former 
Diane Lewis Norden in 1984; one stepson: Ben Norden; elected to the 100th Congress on 
November 4, 1986; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

214 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1503 225-3301 

Administrative Assistant. Riley C. Grimes. FAX: 225-5719 

Legislative Director. Steve Brody. 

Communications Director. Barry E. Piatt. 

Room 505, 102 South Clinton, Iowa City, IA 52240 (319) 351-0789 

Room 160, 16 East Main Street, Marshalltown, IA 50159 (515) 725-6701 

524 Washington Street, Waterloo, IA 50701 (319) 234-3623 

District Administrator. John A. Miller. 



Counties: Benton, Black Hawk, Bremer, Butler, Chickasaw, Floyd, Grundy, Howard, Iowa, Johnson, Marshall, 
Mitchell, Poweshiek, Tama, Wmneshiek, and Worth (16 counties). Population (1980), 485,529. 

ZIP Codes: 50005, 50051, 50055 (part), 50078, 50106 (part), 50112 (part), 50120, 5O141 (part), 50142, 50148, 50153 
* rt), 50157-58, 50162 (part), 50171 (part), 50172-73, 50206 (part), 50207 (part), 50234, 50239 (part), 50242, 50247 
rt), 50258 (part), 5O426, 50433 (part), 50434 (part), 50435, 50440, 50444 (part), 50446 (part), 50448, 50450 (part), 
_v54-55, 50456 (part), 50458 (part), 50459 (part), 5046O-61, 50464 (part), 50466, 50468 (part), 50471-72, 5O476, 
50481, 50601 (part)T50602-05, 50608-09, 50611-13, 50616, 50619-24, 50625 (part), 50626, 5O627 (part), 5O628, 50629 
(part), 50630-32, 50634-38, 50642-43, 5O645, 50647, 50648 (part), 50649, 50651 (part), 50652-53, 50657-61, 50665- 
71, 50672 (part), 50673, 50674 (part), 50675-77, 50680 (part), 50700-O4, 507O6-07, 52101 (part), 52131-32, 52133 
' v 52134 (part), 52136, 52140 (part), 52143, 52144 (part), 52149-50, 52154, 52155 (part), 52161 (part), 52162 



art), 52134 (part), 52136, 52140 (part), 52143, 52144 (part), 52149-50, 52154, 52155 (part), 52161 (part), 52162 
art), 52163, 52165, 52167-68, 52171 (part), 52172 (part), 52203, 52206, 522O8-09, 52210 (part), 52211, 52215, 
217, 52220, 52222, 52224-25, 52227 (part), 52228 (part), 52229, 52232, 52235-36 52240-41, 52244, 52247 (part), 



52249, 52251, 52253 (part), 52257, 52301, 52307-08, 52313 (part), 52315, 52316 (part), 52317-19, 52322, 52324 (. ,. 
52325 52332 (part), 52333 (part), 52334, 52338 (part), 52339-40, 52342, 52345-49, 52351, 52352 (part), 52354, 52355 
(part), 52356 (part), 52357, 52358 (part), 52361, 52755, 52776 (part), 55922 (part), 55939 (part), 55951 (part), 55954 
(part), 55974 (part) 



FOURTH DISTRICT 

NEAL SMITH, Democrat, of Altoona, IA; born March 23, 1920, at Hedrick, IA; mar- 
ried Beatrix Havens; two children: Douglas and Sharon; farmer and lives on farm near 
Altoona, IA; practiced law in Des Moines, IA, graduated Drake University Law School; 
attended Missouri University College of Liberal Arts and Syracuse University Schools of 
Public and Business Administration; 4-H Club member and leader for 10 years, farm op- 
erator since 1937 except for time in armed services and some of the time in college; spent 
4 years in World War II, citations include 9 battle stars, Air Medal, 4 Oak Leaf Clusters, 
and Order of the Purple Heart; elected National President, Young Democratic Clubs of 



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America, 1953 served usual 2-year term, 1953 to 1955; former chairman, Polk Count* 
Board of Social Welfare (a nonpaying civic board which distributed several million d$ 
lars per year to needy families and elder citizens); former assistant county attorney far 
Polk County, IA; practiced law, Des Moines, !A, 1950-59; member of Disabled AmS 
can Veterans, Masonic Order, and various farm, school, and service organizations- 3S 
to the 86th Congress, November 4, 1958; reflected to each succeeding Congress. * 

Offi Lutings 

2373 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 2Q5I5~ISG4 ...... . ......... 225-4426 

Administrative Assistant. Thorn** H, Dawson, 
Appointment Secretary/Office Mnt|;tr, Nancy Stniplicio. 

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IA 500IO ~ ....... ........ .......... (515) 232 ~ 5221 



Counties: Boone, Dallas Hamilton, Jasper, Polk. AIM} Story <6 countes) Popwfcuon (198O), 485,480. 



3O276, 50278, 5030O-06, 50309- IS, 




- _. J (p*rt), 50263, 30265. 50271 4n 

1530 (pwt), 50532 <p>, 50595 0*n?sbs (pwtT 



HIPTH DISTRICT 

Re P ubIic ^ of Shenandoah, IA; born in Sioux City, I A, Septem- 
s adopted at the age of 3 months by Elmer and AUha Lightfoot; raised on a 
A *****&$ IA *> fi^fSS^ from ^arragut High School, 1956; served in the U.S. 
R 2 er X c - 195 / $r 64 ; managed ? farm equipment plant in Comcana, TX, 
n S? 1 ^ 10 ^ P 1 */ Commission, i974-7d; businessman, radio broadcaster, 
She ^ ^ IA, for 12 years; 4~H leader; past Jayceeft and Kiwanii 
Ca SI tC; f wndrai ^ ^r Shenandoah Memormi llospital; gold seal 
ratl " 8; ^ de r a ? Av ^on Administration Volunteer Safety Counselor; 
Admmi 5tso Outstanding Flight Safety Service Award, 1984; 
th \ Ycar ' 1979 J **0^*r" in agriculture award, 1978; 4- 
11 d j<> the former Nancy B. HarrW May 14, 1976; four 
Alh ^ n 1 ! t an t, Jame > ^-; memben Committee on Interior and Insu- 
, n /. Ubh u ^S rks and Transporution; Republican Task Force on 
^ h OI on^ovember 6; 19S4; reelected to each 



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nBton, DC 20SIS-ISOS .............. 225-3806 

Legislative Director. Christie Cohen 



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(part), 50074, 50076-77, 
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50174, 50210-11, 50213-14, 50216, 50217 (part), 50218, 50219 (part), 50220 (part), 50221-22 50225 50228 (part) 
50229, 50233 (part), 50235 (part), 50237 (part), 50238 (part), 50240-41, 5024? 50249 (part) 50250 50252 50254* 
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51558 (part), 51559-63, 51564 (part), 51565-66, 51570-71, 51573-79, 51601, 51630 (part), 51631-32, 51636-39, 51640 
(part), 51645-46, 51647 (part), 51648-56, 52569 (part), 52583 (part), 52590 (part), 68111 (part) 



SIXTH DISTRICT 

FRED GRANDY, Republican, of Sioux City, IA; bom June 29, 1948 in Sioux City, 
IA; attended Sioux City public elementary schools; graduated Phillips Exeter Academy, 
Exeter, New Hampshire, 1966; graduated Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 
1970; aide to Iowa Sixth District Congressman Wiley Mayne, 1970-71; professional enter- 
tainer, 1971-85; member: St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Sioux City, IA; Briar Cliff Col- 
lege Board of Trustees, Sioux City: Endowment Board of Francis Lauder Youth Founda- 
tion, Mason City, IA; active in other civic organizations; serves on Ways and Means 
Committee and Committee on Standards of Official Conduct; married to Catherine Mann, 
March 28, 1987; one daughter: Monica; two children from previous marriage: Marya and 
Charles; elected to 100th Congress November 4, 1986; reelected to each succeeding Con- 
gress. 

Office Listings 

418 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1506 225-5476 

Administrative Assistant. Craig W. Tufty. FAX: 225-5476 

Legislative Director. Michael Neruda. 

Press Secretary. Georgia Dunn. 

Scheduler. Nancy Sheppard. 

508 Pierce Street, Sioux City, IA 51101 (712) 252-3733 

14 West 5th Street, Spencer, IA 51301 (712) 262-6480 

211 North Delaware, Mason City, IA 50401 (515) 424-0233 



Counties: Buena Vista, Cerro Gordo, Cherokee, Clay, Dickinson, Emmet, Franklin, Hancock, Hardin, Humboldt, Ida, 
Kossuth, Lyon, Monona, O'Brien, Osceola, Palo Alto, Plymouth, Pocahontas, Sioux, Winnebago, Woodbury, and 
Wnght (23 counties). Population (1980), 485,491. 

ZIP Codes: 50006 (part), 50034 (part), 50041, 50043, 50071, 50075 (part), 50101-02, 50122, 50126, 50206 (part), 50227, 
50230 (part), 50258 (part), 50259, 50269, 50271 (part), 50401, 50420-21, 50423-24, 50427-28, 50430-32, 50433 (part), 
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50482-84, 50510-11, 50514-15, 50517, 50519-20, 50522, 50524 (part), 50525, 50527-29, 50531, 50533 (part), 50536, 
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51041, 51044-52, 51053 (part), 51054-59, 51060 (part), 51061-63, 51100-11, 51201, 51230-32, 51234-35, 51237-50, 
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51431, 51445, 51448 (part), 51467 (part), 51523, 51529 (part), 51545 (part), 51558 (part), 51564 (part), 51572, 56014 
(part), 56117 (part), 56138 (part), 56173 (part), 57034 (part), 57049 (part), 57068 (part) 



Congressional Directory KANSAS 

KANSAS 

(Population, 1980 census, 2,364,236) 

SENATORS 

ROBERT DOLE, Republican, of Russell, KS; born in Russell, KS, July 22, 1923, son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Doran R. Dole; married Mary Elizabeth Hanford, December 6, 1975; 
one daughter, Robin, from a previous marriage; graduate of Russell public schools; at- 
tended University of Kansas, Lawrence; A.B., Washburn Municipal University, Topeka, 
1952- LL.B., Washburn, 1952; enlisted, U.S. Army, 1943; served 5Vz years in World War 
II as' 10th Mountain Division platoon leader in Italy; twice wounded and twice decorated 
for "heroic achievement"; discharged with rank of captain, 1948; at age 26, elected to 
Kansas Legislature, 1951-53; elected four terms as Russell County attorney, 1953-61; 
elected to U S. House of Representatives, 1960; reelected 1962, 1964, and 1966; elected to 
U S Senate 1968; reelected 1974, 1980, and 1986; elected Senate majority leader, Novem- 
ber 1984- elected Senate minority leader, January 3, 1987; reelected November 29, 1988 
and November 13, 1990; Republican candidate for Vice President of the United States, 
1976* Republican National Committee chairman, 1971-73; adviser, U.S. delegation to 
United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization Conference, Rome, Italy, 1975; 
member, Congressional delegation to survey food crisis in India at request of President 
Johnson, 1966; Congressional delegation to study Arab refugee problem, Middle East, 
1967; past president, Washburn Alumni Association and Kansas County Attorneys Asso- 
ciation; past lieutenant governor, Kiwanis; member: State, and American Bar Associa- 
tions, 4-H Fair Association, B.P.O.E., Masons, Isis Shrine, Chamber of Commerce, 
American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars, and Disabled American Veterans; National 
Board of Sponsors of the American Medical Center, Denver, CO; member of the board 
for National Society of Autistic Children; member, advisory committee of the National 
Association for Retarded Children; Advisory Council on Scouting for the Handicapped; 
Board of Directors, Rehabilitation International, U.S.A.; advisory committee, Kansas 
Kiwanis Foundation; Kansas Easter Seal Society; member, American Heart Association; 
Advisory Board, Center for Strategic and International Studies; chairman of the board, 
Dole Foundation; member: Finance Committee and Agriculture Committee; reelected in 
1986. 

Office Listings 

141 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-1601 224-6521 

Administrative Assistant. James Wholey. FAX: 224-8952 

Deputy Administrative Assistant. Greg Schnacke. 

Executive Assistant/Personal/Appointment Secretary. Yvonne Hop- 
kins. 

Suite 392, 444 Southeast Quincy, Topeka, KS 66603 (913) 295-2745 

636 Minnesota Avenue, Kansas City, KS 66101 (913) 371-6108 

Fourth Financial Center, 100 North Broadway, Wichita, KS 67202 (316) 263-4956 

P.O. Box 359, Pittsburg, KS 66762 (316) 232-2030 

State Director. Mike Glassner. 



NANCY LANDON KASSEBAUM, Republican, of Burdick, KS; born in Topeka, KS, 
July 29, 1932, the daughter of Governor Alfred M. and Theo Landon, 1936 Presidential 
nominee; attended Topeka public schools; B.A., University of Kansas, 1934; M.A., Uni- 
versity of Michigan, 1956; former director-vice president, KFH Radio, Wichita, KS; 
public service activities: Kansas Governmental Ethics Commission; Kansas Committee for 
the Humanities; chairperson, Women's Division, United Fund; Maize School Board; presi- 
dent, Women's Association, Institute of Logopedics; president, Wichita Young Adults 
Projects, Senior Services Board; served on Washington staff of Kansas Senator James B. 
Pearson; patron member of Kansas Press Women's Association; 4-H Leader; four chil- 
dren: John, Linda, Richard, and -William; elected to the U.S. Senate, November 7, 1978, 
for the 6-year term beginning January 3, 1979; subsequently appointed by the Governor 
December 23, 1978, to fUl the vacancy caused by the resignation of Senator James B, 
Pearson; reelected on November 6, 1984 and again November 6, 1990; member: Foreign 
Relations Committee; ranking member, African Affairs Subcommittee; Western Hemi- 
sphere Subcommittee; Subcommittee on Arms Control, Oceans, International Operations, 



KANSAS 102d Congress 111 

and Environment; member: Labor and Human Resources; ranking member, Education 
Subcommittee; member: Children, Family, Drugs and Alcoholism Subcommittee; 
member: Employment and Productivity Subcommittee; member: Banking, Housing, and 
Urban Affairs Committee; Subcommittee on International Finance and Monetary Policy; 
Select Committee on Indian Affairs. 

Office Listings 

302 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-1602 224-4774 

Administrative Assistant. David Bartel. FAX: 224-3514 

Press Secretary. Larry Shainman. 

Executive Assistant. Ann Shirley. 

911 North Main, Garden City, KS 67846 (316) 276-3423 

Suite 152, 4200 Somerset, Prairie Village, KS 66208 (913) 648-3103 

State Administrative Assistant. Mike Harper. 

Box 51, 444 Southeast Quincy, Topeka, KS 66683 (913) 295-2888 

Suite 120, 155 North Market, Wichita, KS, 67202 (316) 296-6251 



REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 

PAT ROBERTS, Republican, of Dodge City, KS; born in Topeka, KS, April 20, 1936; 
attended the public schools; graduated, Holton High School, 1954; B.A,, Kansas State 
University, Manhattan, 1958; U.S. Marine Corps, 1958-62; publisher, Litchfield Park, AZ, 
1962-67; administrative assistant, U.S. Senator Frank Carlson, 1967-68; administrative as- 
sistant, U.S. Congressman Keith Sebelius, 1968-80; married to the former Franki Farm, 
1970; three children: David, Ashleigh, and Anne- Wesley; elected to the 97th Congress, 
November 4, 1980; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

1110 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1601 225-2715 

Administrative Assistant. D. Leroy Towns. FAX: 225-5375 

Executive Assistant. Merry M. Tobin. 

Agricultural Assistant. Dale Moore. 

Press Assistant. Sarah Coleman. 

P.O. Box 550, Dodge City, KS 67801 (316) 227-2244 

P.O. Box 1334, Salina, KS 67402 (913) 825-5409 

P.O. Box 128, Norton, KS 67654 (913) 877-2454 



Counties: Barber, Barton, Cheyenne, Clark, Cloud, Comanche, Decatur, Dickinson, Edwards, Ellis, Ellsworth, 
Finney, Ford, Gove, Graham, Grant, Gray, Greelcy, Hamilton, Haskell, Hodgeman, Jewell, Kearny, Kiowa, Lane, 
Lincoln, Logan, Marshall, Meade, Mitchell, Morton, Ness, Norton, Osborne, Ottawa, Pawnee, Phillips, Pratt, 
Rawlins, Republic, Rice, Rooks, Rush, Russell, Saline, Scott, Seward, Sheridan, Sherman, Smith, Stafford, Stanton, 
Stevens, Thomas, Trego, Wallace, Washington, and Wichita (58 counties). Population (1980), 472,139. 

ZIP Codes: 66403, 66404 (part), 66406, 66411-12, 66427 (part), 66433, 66438, 66508, 66518, 66541 (part), 66544-45, 
66548, 66901, 66930-32, 66933 (part), 66935-36, 66937 (part), 66938 (part), 66939-46, 66948-49, 66951-53, 66955-56, 
66958-61, 66962 (part), 66963-64, 66966-68, 66970, 67009 (part), 67015, 67021, 67028-29, 67035 (part), 67054, 
67057, 67059, 67061, 67065 (part), 67066, 67070-71, 67104, 67109, 67112 (part), 67124, 67127, 67134, 67138 (part), 
67143, 67155, 67401-02, 67410 (part), 67414, 67416-18, 67420, 67422-23, 67425, 67427, 67429-31, 67432 (part), 
67436-37, 67439, 67441^2, 67444-46, 67448 (part), 67449 (part), 67450, 67451 (part), 67452, 67454-55, 67456 (part), 
67457, 67458 (part), 67459, 67463, 67464 (part), 67465, 67466 (part), 67467, 67469-70, 67472 (part), 67473-74, 67475 
(part), 67477-82, 67484-85, 67488, 67490, 67491 (part), 67492, 67511-13, 67515-21, 67523-26, 67529-30, 67544-45. 
67546 (part), 67547-48, 67550, 67552-54, 67556-57, 67559-60, 67562-65, 67567, 67569, 67571-77, 67578 (part), 
67579 (part), 67580, 67582, 67583 (part), 67584, 67601, 67621-23, 67625-54, 67656-61, 67663-65, 67667, 67669-76, 
67701, 67730-41, 67743-49, 67751-53, 67755-59, 67761-64, 67801, 67830-31, 67833-46, 67849-51, 67853-71, 67874, 
67876-80, 67882, 67901, 67950-54, 68325 (part), 68327 (part), 68381 (part), 68466 (part), 68920 (part), 68929 (part), 
68939 (part), 68942 (part), 68943 (part), 68952 (part), 68960 (part), 68970 (part), 68971 (part), 68972 (part), 68978 
(part), 69021 (part), 69024 (part), 69026 (part), 69030 (part), 69036 (part), 69043 (part), 69044 (part), 73947 (part) 



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KANSAS 



SECOND DISTRICT 



JIM SLATTERY, Democrat, of Topeka, KS; born August 4, 1948, in community of 
Good Intent, Atchison County, KS; graduated, Maur Hill High School, 1966; graduated, 
Washburn University, B.S., political science, 1970; graduated, Washburn University, J.D., 
1974; attended Netherlands School of International Economics and Business, 1969-70; 
real estate and development, Brosius, Slattery & Meyer, Inc.; Kansas House of Represent- 
atives, 1972-78; chairman of Democrat policy group; speaker pro tern of Kansas House- 
acting secretary of revenue, 1979; member: Downtown Topeka Rotary; board of direc- 
tors, Highland Park Bank & Trust, Topeka; former member board of regents, Washburn 
University; married Linda Smith; two children: Jason and Michael; elected to 98th Con- 
gress, November 7, 1982; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

1440 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1602 ............. 225-6601 

Administrative Assistant. Howard P. Bauleke. 

Executive Assistant. Rebecca S. Banta-Kuhn. 

Press Secretary. Ken Rivlin. 
Capitol Tower, First Floor, 400 SW. 8th Street, Topeka, KS 66603 ............... (913) 295-2811 

Staff Director. Lynn Stillings. 

Press Secretary. Jim McLean. 



Counties: Atchison, Brown, Clay, Douglas, Domphan, Geary, Jackson, Jefferson, Leavenworth, Nemaha, Pottawato- 
mie, Riley, and Shawnee, (13 counties). Population (1980), 472,988. 

ZIP Codes: 66002, 66006 (part), 66007-08, 66012 (part), 66016-17, 66020, 66O21 (part), 66023-24, 66025 (part), 66027 
66035, 66038, 66041, 66043-44, 66046, 66048, 66050, 66052, 66054, 66058, 66060, 66066, 66070, 66073, 66077, 6608l' 
66086-88, 66090, 66092 (part), 66094, 66097, 66401 (part), 66402, 66404 (part), 66407 (part), 66408, 66409 (part)' 
66415-20, 66422, 66424-26, 66427 (part), 66428-29, 66431 (part), 66432, 66434-36, 66439-42, 66446, 66449-50 
66502, 66506, 66509, 66512, 66514-17, 66520-22, 66524 (part), 66527, 66531-35, 66536 (part), 66538-40, 66542* 
66546 (part), 66547 (part), 66549-54, 66600-01, 66603-09, 66610 (part), 66611-12. 66614-19, 66621-22, 66834 (part)' 
66849 (part), 66933 (part), 66937 (part), 66938 (part), 66962 (part), 67410 (part), 67432 (part), 67447, 67458 (part) 
67466 (part), 67468, 67472 (part), 67487 ^ * 



THIRD DISTRICT 

JAN MEYERS, Republican, of Overland Park, KS; born in Lincoln, NE, July 20, 
1928; daughter of Howard and Lenore Crilly; attended public schools, Superior, NE; 
honor graduate with associate in fine arts [A.F.A.], William Woods College, Fulton, MO; 
B.A., communications, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE, 1951; honorary Lit.D., Wil- 
liam Woods College; assistant, advertising and public relations, radio station KFAB, and 
retail sales, Lincoln, NE; elected to Kansas Senate, 1972-84; chairman, public health and 
welfare committee and local government committee; vice chairman, transportation and 
utilities committee and reapportionment committee; city councilwoman, Overland Park 
City Council, 1967-72; president, city council, 1970-72; president, League of Kansas Mu- 
nicipalities; chairman, Mid-America Regional Council, Kansas City Region; board of di- 
rectors: National League of Cities, United Community Services of Johnson County, and 
Johnson County Mental Health Association; member, Johnson County Community Col- 
lege Foundation Board; president, Johnson County League of Women Voters; married to 
Louis (Dutch) Meyers; two children: Valerie and Philip; elected to the 99th Congress on 
November 6, 1984; reelected to each succeeding Congress; member: House Foreign Af- 
fairs Committee; House Small Business Committee; Select Committee on Aging; House 
Vice Chairman, Environmental and Energy Study Conference. 

Office Listings 

1230 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1603 225-2865 

Administrative Assistant. Brian Gaston. 

Personal Secretary/Office Manager. Alice Mayer. FAX: 225-0554 

Federal Building, Suite 204, 812 North 7th Street, Kansas City, KS 66101 (913) 621-0832 

Administrative Assistant. Michael Murray. 
Suite 217, 7133 West 95th Street, Overland Park, KS 66212 (913) 383-2013 

District Representative. Lori Phillips, 



Counties: Johnson, Linn, Miami, and Wyandottc (4 counties). Population (1980), 472,456. 



KANSAS 102d Congress 119 



si 66 12 (part> ' ^^ 66014 <?*"> 66018-19, 66021 (part), 66025 

fSSJf'^S?^ 31 ^ 6 ^?^^^ 6603 ' 66053 ' 66056 ' 66061-62, 66064 (part). 66071, 66072 (part), 66075, 
66085, 66092 (part), 66100-06, 66109-13, 66115, 66118-19, 66200-27, 66767(part) 



FOURTH DISTRICT 

DAN GLICKMAN, Democrat, of Wichita, KS; born in Wichita, November 24, 1944; 
graduated, Southeast High School, 1962; B.A., University of Michigan, 1966; J.D., 
George Washington University, 1969; admitted to the bar in Kansas in 1969 and in Michi- 
gan in 1970 and commenced practice in Washington, DC; attorney and businessman; trial 
attorney for U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, 1969-70; partner in the law firm 
of Sargent, Klenda & Glickman, 1973-76; served on Wichita School Board, 1973-76 and 
president of the Wichita School Board, 1975-76; organizations: American Bar Associa- 
tion, National Conference of Christians and Jews, Arthritis Foundation, Big Brothers; 
married to the former Rhoda Yura, 1966; two children: Jonathan and Amy; elected to the 
95th Congress, November 2, 1976; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2311 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1604 225-6216 

Administrative Assistant Myrne Roe. 

Executive Assistant. Greg Frazier. 

Legislative Director. Kevin O'Leary. 

Personal Secretary/Scheduler. Carole Angle. 

Room 134, 401 North Market, Wichita, KS 67201 (316) 262-8396 

Suite 220, 335 North Washington, Hutchinson, KS 67501 (316) 669-9011 



Counties: Harper, Kingman, Reno, Sedgwick, and Stunner (5 counties). Population (1980), 473,737. 

ZIP Codes: 67001, 67003-Q4, 67009 (part), 67013 (part), 67014, 67016, 67017 (part), 67018, 67020 (part), 67022, 67025- 
26, 67030-32, 67035 (part), 67036, 67037 (part), 67049-50, 67051 (part), 67052, 67055, 67058, 67060, 67065 (part), 
67067-68, 67101, 67103, 67105-06, 67108, 67110 (part), 67111, 67112 (part), 67118, 67119 (part), 67120-21, 67128, 
67133 (part), 67135 (part), 67138 (part), 67140, 67142, 67147 (part), 67149-50, 67152, 67159, 67200-07, 67208 (part), 
67209-21, 67223, 67226 (part), 67227, 67228 (part), 67230 (part), 67231, 67232 (part), 67233, 67235-36, 67277-78, 
67501-02, 67504-05, 67510, 67514, 67522 (part), 67543, 67546 (part), 67549, 67558, 67561, 67566, 67568, 67570, 
67578 (part), 67579 (part). 67581, 67583 (part), 67585 



FIFTH DISTRICT 

DICK NICHOLS, Republican, of McPherson, KS; born in Fort Scott, KS, April 29, 
1926; attended Fort Scott Grammar School, Fort Scott, KS; graduated, Fort Scott/Paola 
High School, KS, 1943; Navy V-12 College Program at Kansas University, Park College 
in Missouri, and Notre Dame; B.S. in agriculture, 1951, and B.S. in technical journalism, 
Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS; Graduate School of Banking at the University 
of Wisconsin and School of Financial Public Relations at Northwestern University; 
Ensign, U.S. Navy, 194447; informational counsel, Kansas State Board of Agriculture; 
farm broadcaster, WIBW and WIBW-TV, Topeka, KS; banker, Hutchinson National 
Bank & Trust, Hutchinson, KS; president and chairman, Home State Bank and Trust, 
McPherson, KS; member: American Legion, Kansas Association of Commerce & Indus- 
try; Kansas State University Alumni; United Methodist Church; Rotary Club Internation- 
al; Optimist Club; Kansas, Inc.; Kansas Cavalry; American Bankers Association; Kansas 
Bankers Association; State Conference of Banking Supervisors; Beta Theta Pi; Sigma 
Delta Chi; Alpha Zeta; Kansas State University K Club for Lettermen (tennis); McPher- 
son Chamber of Commerce; Native Sons and Daughters of Kansas; Collegiate 4-H Club; 
Extension Club (for extension workers); B.P.O.E. (Elks); married to the former Constance 
Weinbrenner, 1951; three children: Philip, 1951; Ronald, 1953; and Anita, 1955; elected to 
the 102d Congress, November 6, 1990. 



120 Congressional Directory 

* KANSAS 



Office 

1605 Longworth House Office Building. Washington, DC 20515 -Iftf)3 , 

Administrative Assistant. Carolyn Jack son ...... PAV i J1 

Executive Assistant. Bonnie Mattes. A: 225 -9415 
Press Secretary. Jaime Fall. 

P.O. Box 1923, 625 Merchant Street, Empona, KS 06801 ,, IM ^ A 

P.O Box 1321, 109 West Marlin, McPheLn, KS 67460 ' ' ' H g ***** 

P.O. Box 683, Independence, KS, 67301 ........ . ..... " ? S ?1" 5283 

P.O. Box 510, Eldorado, KS, 67042. ............ , ' ' " JJ g ^ 31 - 7 051 

' ' ' 016)321-0313 






KENTUCKY 102d Congress 121 

KENTUCKY 

(Population, 1980 census, 3,661,433) 

SENATORS 

WENDELL H. FORD, Democrat, of Owensboro, KY; born in Daviess County, KY, 
September 8, 1924; attended public schools of Daviess County, University of Kentucky; 
served in the U.S. Army, 1944-46, Kentucky National Guard, 1949-62; was a partner in 
the firm of E.M. Ford and Company Insurance; held the position of chief assistant to the 
Governor of Kentucky; State senator, 1965-67; Lieutenant Governor, 1967-71; Governor, 
1971-74; Senate assistant majority leader, 1991-; president of the Kentucky and National 
Jaycees; Junior Chamber of Commerce; chairman, National Democratic Governors* 
Caucus, 1973-74; member, Democratic National Committee, 1976; member of Carter- 
Mondale Steering Committee and chairman of National Democratic Campaign Commit- 
tee, 1976; chairman, Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee; recipient of awards 
from the March of Dimes, Veterans of Foreign Wars, U.S. National Guard Association, 
American Legion, Boy Scouts of America, National Cancer Society, Kentucky Educa- 
tional Television, Kentucky Housing Corporation, National Association of Regional 
Councils, Kentucky Council of Area Development Districts; son of late Mr. and Mrs. 
E.M. Ford; holds honorary degrees from Universities of Kentucky, Morehead, Eastern 
Kentucky, Murray State, Kentucky Wesleyan, Union, KY, and Brescia College; married 
the former Jean Neel, 1943; two children: Shirley (Mrs. William Dexter) and Steven; five 
grandchildren; elected to the U.S. Senate, November 5, 1974, for the term ending January 
3, 1981; reelected November 4, 1980, for the term ending January 3, 1987; reelected No- 
vember 4, 1986 for the term ending January 3, 1993. 

Office Listings 

173A Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-1701 224-4343 

Administrative Assistant. James T Fleming. 

Executive Assistant. Martha Moloney. 

Personal Secretary. Missy Smith. 

Press Secretary. Mark L. Day. 

172-C New Federal Place, Louisville, KY 40202 (502) 582-6251 

Room 204, 343 Waller Avenue, Lexington, KY 4O504 (606) 233-2484 

305 Federal Building, Owensboro, KY 42301 (502) 685-5158 

19 U.S. Post Office and Courthouse, Covmgton, KY 41011 (606) 491-7929 



MITCH McCONNELL, Republican, of Louisville, KY; born in Colbert County, AL, 
February 20, 1942; attended public schools in Louisville; graduated Manual High School, 
Louisville, 1960; president of the student body; B.A. with honors, University of Louis- 
ville, 1964, president of the student council; J.D., University of Kentucky Law School, 
1967, president of student bar association, outstanding oral advocate; attorney, admitted 
to the Kentucky Bar, 1967; chief legislative assistant to U.S. Senator Marlow Cook, 1968- 
70; Deputy Assistant U.S. Attorney General, 1974-75; elected judge/executive of Jeffer- 
son County, KY, 1977, reelected 1981; president, Kentucky Association of County Judge/ 
Executives, 1982; named Outstanding Young Man in Jefferson County, KY, 1974; named 
Outstanding Young Man in Kentucky, 1977; named Conservationist of the Year by the 
League of Kentucky Sportsmen, 1983; founder and chairman, Kentucky Task Force on 
Exploited and Missing Children, 1982; cochairman, National Child Tragedies Coalition, 
1981; advisory board member, National Institute of Justice, 1982-84; member of the Cres- 
cent Hill Baptist Church, Louisville, KY; father of three children: Elly, Claire, and 
Porter; elected to the U.S. Senate, November 6, 1984, for the term expiring January 3, 
1991; reelected November 16, 1990, for the term expiring January 3, 1997. 

Office Listings 

120 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-1702 224-2541 

Administrative Assistant. Niels C. Hoich. FAX: 224-2499 

Personal Secretary /Scheduler. Mary A. Barham 

Press Secretary. Mary Jane Fingland. 
Room 136-C, 600 Federal Place, Louisville, KY 40202 (502) 582-6304 

State Director. Larry Cox. 



122 Congressional Directory 



KENTUCKY 



Federal Building, Room 307, Covington, KV 41101 (606) 261-6304 

Suite N, 1501 North Mam Street, London, KY 40740 , , (606) 864-2026 

Irving Cobb Building, 608 Broadway Street, Paducah, KY 42001 .... (502) 442-4554 

155 East Main, Lexington, KY 40508 ... (606)252-1781 

Federal Building, Room 102, 241 Main Street, Bowling Green, KY 42101 (502) 781-1673 



REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST Disrmicr 

CARROLL HUBBARD, JR., Democrat, of Mayfield, KY; born in Murray, Galloway 
County, KY, July 7, 1937; educated in the public schools of Beaver Dam, Ashland, and 
Louisville, KY; graduated from (Louisville) Eastern High School, 1955; B.A., George* 
town College, Georgetown, KY, 1959; J,D., University of Louisville School of Law, 
1962; admitted to the Kentucky Bar, 1962, and commenced practice in Mayfield, KY; 
served in the Kentucky Air National Guard, 1962-67; Kentucky Army National Guard, 
1968-70; active duty: Lackland Air Force Base, Brooks Air Force Base, San Antonio, 
TX; rank, captain; position, legal officer, selective service system; elected to Kentucky 
State Senate, 1967; reelected, 1971; chairman, Judiciary Committee, 1970; chairman, State 
Government Committee, 1974; former president, Mayfield Rotary Club, 1966; chosen one 
of the three outstanding young men of Kentucky in 1 968 by Kentucky Jaycees; chosen in 
1972 by Kentucky Young Democrats as Outstanding Young Democrat Legislator; chosen 
among "Outstanding Young Men in America** in 1970; recipient of Outstanding Service 
Award at 1971 Southeastern Kentucky Homecoming; chosen in 1966, 1967, and 1968 as 
Outstanding Young Man of Mayfield-Graves County, KY, by Mayfield Jaycees; member, 
deacon, and moderator of First Baptist Church, Mayfield, KY; former member, State Ex- 
ecutive Board, Kentucky Baptist Convention; married to the former Carol Fairchild 
Brown of Whitesburg, KY, 1984; two children: Kelly Lynn and Krista Leigh; chairman, 
94th Democratic class, 1975; associate whip, 95th, 96th, and 97th Congresses; 1985, elect- 
ed a regional whip, and 99th, 100th, 101st Congresses; chairman, Panama Canal/Outer 
Continental Shelf Subcommittee; 96-97th Congresses; chairman, Subcommittee on Gener- 
al Oversight and Investigations; Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs Committee; elected 
to the 94th Congress, November 5, 1974; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2268 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1701 225-3115 

Administrative Assistant. Lorraine Grant. FAX: 225-1622 

Legislative Director. Maureen Fletcher, 

Press Secretary. Joey Lucas. 
100 Federal Building, P.O. Box 2450, Paducah, KY 42002 (502) 442-9804 

Field Representative. Elaine Sullivant. 

Municipal Building, P.O. Box 1457, Henderson, KY 42420 (502) 826-5776 

P.O. Box 422, 145 East Center, Madisonville, KY 42431,, ,. (502) 825-1371 

109 Hammond Plaza, No, 1, Hopkinsville, KY 42240 .. (502) 885-2625 

Park Square Offices, Suite No. 1, Mayfield, KY 42066 , (502) 247-7128 



Counta Ballard, Butler, Caldwell, Calloway. Carlisle, Christian, Crittewten, Fulton, Grave*, Henderson, Hickroan, 
Hopkins, Livingston, Logan, Lyon, Marshall, McCracken, McLean, Mwhlenberg, Ohio, Todd, Trigg, Union, and 
Webster (24 counties). Population (1980), 525,844. ... 



42 1 ' 42 2 ' 42003 ' 4202 - 29 ' 42031-33, 42035-40, 42041 (part), 42044-51, 42053-56, 
1S& 4206 ?- 71 > 4 2Q76-79, 42081-88 r 42134 (part), 42201-04, 42206 (part), 42209, 42211-12, 42215-17, 
42234 > 42236 ' 42240 > *-. *2254, 42256, 4226M>3, 42265-68, 42273, 42274 
' 422B3f 4228 *- 88 ' 42301 (P*rtX 42 ^0 (P*rt), 42321 <p*rt), 42322-28, 42330, 42332- 
, 42349 - 5 42352 - 42 354> 42357-58, 42361/42365, 42366 (part), 42367-72, 42374, 
' 42402 ~ 04 42406 - 42408-11, 42413, 42420, 42431, 42436^37, 42440-42, 42444-45, 42450- 
J, 4Z433-64, 42721 ( 



KENTUCKY 102d Congress 123 

SECOND DISTRICT 

WILLIAM H. NATCHER, Democrat, of Bowling Green, Warren County, KY; born 
in Bowling Green on September 11, 1909; educated in the public schools of Bowling 
Green and high school at Ogden Preparatory Department; A.B., Western Kentucky State 
College, Bowling Green; LL.B., Ohio State University; married Miss Virginia Reardon, 
of Bowling Green, KY, on June 17, 1937; two daughters: Celeste Jirles and Louise 
Murphy; practicing attorney, Bowling Green, since March 18, 1934; Federal Conciliation 
Commissioner, 1936-37, for Western District of Kentucky; elected county attorney of 
Warren County in 1937 and served three 4-year terms; elected Commonwealth attorney 
of the Eighth Judicial District, composed of Allen and Warren Counties, in 1951 and 
served until August 15, 1953, having been elected to Congress; sworn in as a Member of 
Congress on January 6, 1954, and never missed a day or a vote since being sworn hi as a 
Member; Baptist; past president of the Young Democratic Clubs of Kentucky; during 
World War II served in the U.S. Navy from October 1942 to December 1945; elected to 
the 83d Congress on August 1, 1953; reelected to each succeeding Congress; member, 
Committee on Appropriations; home address, 638 East Main, Bowling Green, KY; dis- 
trict office: 414 East 10th Street. 

Office Listings 

2333 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1702 225-3501 

Staff Assistants: Diane Rihely; Nancy A. Scheytt. 
414 East Tenth Street, Bowling Green, KY 42101 (502) 842-7376 

Staff Assistant. Anne M. Francis. 
The Mall, No. 11, 50 Public Square, EHzabethtown, KY 42701 (502) 765-4360 

Staff Assistant. Kathryn C. Poyner. 



Counties: Allen, Barren, Breckinridge, Bulhtt, Daviess, Edmonson, Grayson, Hancock, Hardin, Hart, Lame, Marion, 
Meade, Nelson, Simpson, Spencer, Warren, and Washington (18 counties). Population (1980), 520,634. 




ZIP Codes: 40004, 40008-09, 40012 (part), 40013, 40016, 40020, 40023 (part), 40028, 40033, 4O037, 40040, 40042, 40046 
(part), 40047-49, 40051-52, 40060-64, 40069, 40071, 40078, 40103-04, 40106-11, 40114-15, 40117, 40119. 40121, 
40140-46, 40150, 40152-53, 40155. 40157, 40160-65, 40170-71, 40175-76, 40177 (part), 40178, 40328 < 
(part), 40468 (part), 42101-02, 42120, 42122-23, 42127, 42128 (part), 42130-31, 42133 (part), 42134 ( 
(part) 42150, 42152-53, 42155 (part), 42156, 42157 (part), 42159-60, 42163-64, 42170-71, 42206 ( 
42235, 42250, 42257, 42259, 42264, 42270, 42272, 42274 (part), 42275 (part), 42284-85, 42301 ( 

(part), 42321 (part), 42334, 42348, 42351, 42355-56, 42364, 42366 (part), 42373, 42375, 42376 C_ .,. 

(part) 42701, 42712-13, 42716 (part), 42718 (part), 42721 (part), 42722, 42724, 42726, 42729, 42732, 42740, 42746 
(part) 42748, 42749 (part), 42754, 42757 (part), 42762, 42764-66, 42772, 42776, 42779-81, 42782 (part), 42783-85, 
42787-88 



THIRD DISTRICT 

ROMANO L. MAZZOLI, Democrat, of Louisville, KY; born in Louisville, Jefferson 
County, KY, November 2, 1932; education at St. Xayier High School, Louisville, KY; 
University of Notre Dame, B.S. in business administration (magna cum laude), 1954; Uni- 
versity of Louisville Law School, J.D., 1960; U.S. Army, 1954-56; admitted to the Ken- 
tucky bar 1960; Louisville and Nashville Railroad Co. Law Department, 1960-62; private 
practice of law, 1962-70; lecturer in business law, Bellarmine College, Louisville, 1963- 
67; elected to Kentucky State Senate November 1967; named Outstanding Freshman Sen- 
ator, 1968 session; named Best Senator from the Public Standpoint, 1970 session; member: 
Louisville, Kentucky State, and American Bar Associations; Notre Dame Club of Ken- 
tucky Notre Dame Club of Washington; married the former Helen Dillon, 1959; two 
children: Michael and Andrea; elected to 92d Congress November 3, 1970; reelected to 
each succeeding Congress; member: House Committee on Judiciary; House Committee on 
Small Business; Democratic Steering and Policy Committee. 

Office Listings 

2246 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1703 225-5401 

Staff Director. Jane Kirby 

Personal Secretary. Renee Benjamin. 

Legislative Assistant.-~Michael Long. . 

FederalBuilding, Room 551, 600 Martin Luther King, Jr. Place, Louisville, 

KY 40202-2267 (502)582-5129 

Chief of Staff. Charles Mattingly. 



124 Congressional Directory KENTUCKY 

Jefferson County: The cities of Louisville and Shively, mo of the cmes of JcfTcrsontown and St Matthew the 
dues of Audubon Park, Minor Lane Heights, and St Reg* Park, Park*a> Village, Beachwood Village, fiVoS 
Fields, Cambridge, Hollow Creek, Houston Acres. Hun>ttwurne Acres, Kinsley, Lincolnshire, Lynnview, Maf 
dowvVew Estates, Norbourne Estates, Plymouth Wlage, Richtftwn Seneca 'Gardens .South Park View, SpnngU 
Strathmoor Gardens, Strathmoor Manor, Strathmoor Village, Wellington* west Buechel and Woodlawti Park, ami 
the suburban communities of Buechel, Fairdale <part), Pern Creek, Okolona, Pleasure Ridge Park, and Valley 
Station (part). Population (1980), 522,636 

40200 (part), 40201-05, 40206 (part), 40207 (part). 40208- H, 40214 (part), 40215-18, 40219 (oarrt 
25, 40228 (part), 40232-39, 4O258, 4O270. 40272 (part), 402>! (part). 40299 (part) IP ^'' 



FOURTH DISTRICT 

JIM SUNNING, Republican, of Southgate, KY; born in Southgate, KY, October 23, 
1931; attended St. Theresa School, Southgate; graduated, St. Xavier High School, Cincin- 
nati, OH, 1949; B.S., Xavier University, Cincinnati, OH, 1953; professional baseball 
player; investment broker and agent; president, Jim Bunning Agency, Inc.; member of 
Kentucky State Senate (minority floor leader), 1979-83; member: Ft. Thomas City Coun- 
cil, 1977-79; appointed member, Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana Regional Council of Gov- 
ernments, Cincinnati, OH; National Committeeman, Republican National Committee, 
1983-present; appointed member, President's National Advisory Board on International 
Education Programs, 1984-present; member: board of directors of Kentucky Special 
Olympics, Ft. Thomas (KY) Lions Club, Brighton Street Center Community Action 
Group; married to the former Mary Catherine Theis, 1952; nine children: Barbara, Jim 
and Joan, Cathy, Bill and Bridgett, Mark, David and Amy; elected to the 100th Congress, 
November 4, 1986; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listing* 

116 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1704 225-3465 

Administrative Assistant. David A. York. 

Legislative Director. Richard L. Robinson. 

Office Manager/Executive Secretary. Joan L. Manning, 
Suite 160, 1717 Dixie Highway, Fort Wright, KY 410U (606) 342-2602 

District Administrator. Oteka Brab. 
Suite 105, 10101 Linn Station Road, Louisville, KY 40223 , <502) 429-5588 



Counties: Boone, Campbell, Carroll, Gallatin, Grant, Henry, Kcnton, Oldham, Owen, Pendleton, and Trimble. 
JEFFERSON COUNTY: That part not contained in the Third District. Population (1980), 522,706. 



ZIP Codes: 40006-07, 40010-11, 40014, 40017-18, 40019 (part), 40023 (part), 40025-27, 40031, 40036, 40045. 40050, 
40055-56, 40057 (part), 40058-59, 40068, 40070, 40075, 40077, 401 18, 40177 (p*rt>, 40200 (part), 40206 (part), 40207 
(part), 40214 (part), 40219 (part), 40220 (part), 40222, 40223 (part), 40224,^10228 (part), 40229, 40241-43, 40272 
(part), 40291 (part), 40299 (part), 40327, 40355, 40363, 40389, 41001, 41005-O9, 410W (part), 41011-12, 41014-18, 
41030, 41033, 41035, 41040, 41042, 41043 (part), 41045-46. 41048, 41051-54, 41059, 41063741071-76. 41080, 41083, 



41085-86, 41091-92, 41094-95, 41097-98, 45275 



FIFTH DISTRICT 

HAROLD ROGERS, Republican, of Somerset, KY; bom in Barrier, KY, December 
31, 1937; attended Ramsey and Monticello public schools; graduated, Wayne County 
High School, 1955; attended Western Kentucky University, 1956-57; A.B., University of 
Kentucky, 1962; LL.B., University of Kentucky Law Schoo!, 1964; lawyer; admitted to 
the Kentucky State Bar in 1964 and commenced practice in Somerset: member, North 
Carolina and Kentucky National Guard, 1957-64; associate, Smith & Blackburn, 1964-67; 
private practice, 1967-69; Commonwealth Attorney, Pulaski and Rockcastle Counties, 
5Xi V? 69 " 801 dogate, Republican National Convention, 1972, 1976, 1980, 1984, and 
1988; Republican nominee for Lt. Governor, KY, 1979; past president, Kentucky Com- 
monwealth Attorney's Association; member and past president, Somerset-Pulaski County 
Chamber of Commerce and Pulaski County Industrial Foundation* founder, Southern 
Kentucky Economic Development Council, 1986; member, Chowder and Marching Soci- 
ety, 1981-present; member, House Energy and Commerce Committee, 1981-82; member, 
House Appropriations Committee, 1983-present; member, House Budget Committee, 



KENTUCKY 102d Congress 125 

1987- married to the former Shirley McDowell, 1957; three children: Anthony, Allison 
and John Marshall; elected to the 97th Congress, November 4, 1980; reelected to each 
succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings: 

Office Listings 

343 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1705 225-4601 

Administrative Assistant. Marty T. Driesler. FAX: 225-0940 

Legislative Director. SueAnn S. Losey. 

Office Manager. Kim Tremble. 

Press Secretary. David Fox. 
203 East Mount Vernon Street, Somerest, KY 42501 (606) 679-8346 

District Administrator. Robert L. Mitchell. 



Counties: Adair, Bell, Casey, Clay, Cimton, Cumberland, Estill, Garrard, Green, Harlan, Jackson, Jessamine, Knox, 
Laurel, Lee, Leslie, Lincoln, McCreary, Metcalfe, Monroe, Owsley, Pulaski, Rockcastle, Russell, Taylor, Wayne, 
and Whitley. LETCHER COUNTY: That part not contained in the Seventh District. Population (1980), 523,664. 

ZIP Codes: 37715 (part), 40328 (part), 40336, 40339, 40341, 40356, 40383 (part), 40385 (part), 40390 (part), 40402-03, 
40407 (part), 40409-10, 40413, 4O415, 40417, 40419-21, 40430, 40434-35, 40437, 40441-42, 40444-45, 40447-48, 
40455-56, 40460-61, 40465, 40467, 40471-73, 40481, 40484, 40486, 4O488-89, 40492, 40494-95, 40701, 40724, 40729- 
30 40734, 40737, 40740-42, 40751, 40754-55, 4O759, 4O763-64, 40769, 40771, 40801, 40803, 40806-08, 40810, 40813, 
40815-20, 40823-31, 40840, 40843-47, 40849, 40853-56, 40858, 40861-63, 40865, 40867-68, 40870, 40873-74, 40902- 
03 40905-06, 40911, 40913-15, 40917, 40921, 40923, 40927, 40930-32, 40935-36, 40939-41, 40943-44, 40946, 40949, 
40951 40953, 40955, 4O958, 40962, 40964-65, 40970. 40972, 40977-83, 40987-88, 40995, 40997-99, 41311, 41314 
(oart)' 41323, 41328, 41333, 41338, 41343-44, 41347, 41351, 41358-59, 41362, 41364, 41368, 41378, 41383, 41386, 
41396 41397 (part), 41714, 41723 (part), 41728, 41730, 41732, 41749, 41762, 41764, 41766, 41775-77, 41804 (part), 
41833! 41834 (part), 41848 (part), 41858 (part), 42124, 42128 (part), 42129, 42133 (part), 42140, 42141 (part), 42151, 
42154 42155 (part), 42157 (part), 42166-67, 42169, 42214, 42501, 42510-11, 42516, 42518-19, 42528, 42532-33, 
42536 42539, 42541, 42544, 4255O, 42552-55, 42557-58, 42563-67, 42601-03, 42607, 42611, 42613, 42618, 42629, 
42631-35, 42638-40, 42642-43, 42647-49, 42653-55, 42711, 42714-15, 42716 (part), 42717, 42718 (part), 42720, 
42723, 42728, 42730-31. 42733, 42735-36, 42741-43, 42746 (part), 42749 (part), 42752-53, 42757 (part), 42758-59, 
42761, 42763, 42768. 42782 (part), 42786 



SIXTH DISTRICT 

LARRY J. HOPKINS, Republican, of Lexington, KY; born in Detroit, MI, October 
25, 1933; attended the public schools in Wingo, KY; graduated, Wingo High School, 
1951- attended Murray State University, Murray, KY; honorary doctorate in laws, More- 
head State University, 1975; served in the U.S. Marine Corps, 1954-56; stockbroker, 
J J B. Hilliard & Lyons, Inc.; served in the State house of representatives, 1972, 1974, and 
1976- State senate, 1978; county clerk, Fayette, KY, 1969; member: Centenary United 
Methodist Church, Kiwanis International, Masons, and Olieka Shrine; chosen "Legislator 
of the Year'* in 1974, 1976, and 1978 by three community organizations; married to the 
former Carolyn Pennebaker, 1956; three children: Shae, Tara, and Josh; elected to the 
96th Congress, November 7, 1978; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2437 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1706 225-4706 

Administrative Assistant, Larry VanHoose. 

Executive Assistant, Janna Hensinger. 
Vine Center, Room 207, 333 West Vine Street, Lexington, KY 40507 (606) 233-2848 

District Office Manager. Kay Wiseman. 



Countie.: Anderson, Bourbon, Boyle, Bracken, Clark, Fayette, Franklin, Harrison, Madison, Mercer, Montgomery, 
Nicholas, Robertson, Shelby. Scott, and Woodford. Population (1980), 519,009. 



ZIP Codes: 40003, 40012 (part), 40019 (part), 40022, 40023 (part), 40046 (part), 
40223 (part), 40310-11, S0314, 40320, 40324. 40328 (part), 40330 (part) 40332, 4033. ^40 , 
40350, 40351 (part), 40353 (part), 40357, 40359, 40361, ^^ n ^^^^^ 
40390 (part), 40391, 40405,^40407 foart), 40422, 40426, 40440, 40452, 40464, **8 
40522-24, 40533, 40544, 40555, 40574-97, 40601-03, 41002 (part), 41003-O4, 41031, 4 
(part), 41044 (part), 41055 (part), 41061, 41064 (part) 



126 Congressional Directory KENTUCKy 

SEVENTH DISTRICT 

CARL C PERKINS, Democrat, of Leburn, KY; born in Washington, DC, August j 
1954; educated in Fairfax County School System; B.A., Davidson College, NC, ijft 
J.D., University of Lousiville, KY, 1978; practicing attorney, 1978-84; farmer; member', 
Kentucky House of Representatives, elected 1981 through November 6, 1984; MasonJ 
Baptist; trustee, Appalachian Regional Hospital, 1981-84; former vice chairman, board of 
governors of Hazard Appalachian Regional Hospital; married to the former Janet Neville; 
two children; Carl Andrew and Megan Nichole; elected to the 98th Congress, November 
6, 1984, to fill the unexpired term of his father, the late Carl D, Perkins, and reelectedto 
each succeeding Congress, 

Office Listings 

1004 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515- 1707 ., 225-4935 

Administrative Assistant-David M. Whaiin, 

Legislative Dircctor.-Omer Waddles. 

Office Manager-Charlotte R. Welch. 

Press Secretary/Legislative Assistant, Richard Lewis, 

Federal Building, 1405 Greenup Avenue, Ashland, KY 4110J ,.,.,. , (606) 325-8530 

P,0, Box 486, Morehead, KY 40351 .. ... (606) 784-1000 

Federal Building, Main Street, Pikeville, KY 41501 . , , , (606)432-4191 



Counties: Bath, Boyd, Breathitt, Carter, Elliott, Fleming, Floyd, Oretnup, Johnwn, Knott, Lawrence, Lewis, 
Magoffin, Martin, Mason, Menifee, Morgan, Perry, Pike, Powell, Rowm, and Wolfe, LtiTtHEft COUNTY; All 
except Eolia census county division and enumeration district* 7MT ami 764U Peculation (1980), 526,284, 



ZIP Codes: 25661 (part), 40306, 40309, 40312-13, 40316-17, 40319, 40322, 40329, 40345-46, 40351 (part), 40353 (part), 
40358, 40360, 40365-66, 40369, 40371, 40373, 40374 (part), 40376, 4038041, 405W-H8, 41002 (put), 41034 (part), 
41037, 41039 (part), 41041, 41044 (part), 41049, 41055 (part), 41056, 41062, 41064 (part), 41065, 41081, 41093,410%, 
41101, 41105, 41121, 41124-25, 41127-29, 41131-32, 41135, 41137, 41139, 4114144, 41146, 41149-50, 41152-53, 
41156-60, 41162-64, 41166, 41168-71, 4117344, 41189, 41201, 41203*04, 41211, 41214-16, 41219*20, 41222-28, 
41230-34, 41237-38, 41240, 41250-51, 41253-69, 41271, 41274, 41301, 41306-07, 41310, 41313, 41314 (part), 41315- 
17, 41321, 41327, 41329-32, 41334, 41339-40, 41342, 41346, 41348, 41352, 41357. 41360, 41363, 41365-7, 41369-70, 
41377, 41385, 41390*91, 41393-94, 41397 (part), 41401, 41403, 41405-14, 41417, 41419, 41421-22, 41425-27,41429- 
31, 41433-35, 41438-41, 41443-44, 41447-48, 41450-53, 41456-57, 41459, 4146*67, 41469, 41472-75, 41477,41501, 
41503, 41510-14, 41517-29, 41531, 41534-40, 41542-55, 41557, 41559*72, 41574, 41*01-07, 41612, 41614-16, 41619, 
41621-22, 41624-27, 41629-33, 41635-37, 41639-43, 41645-51, 41653, 41655, 416SWO, 41663, 41666-69, 41701, 
41710-13, 41719-22, 41723 (part), 41725, 41727, 41729, 41731, 41733, 41735-36, 4173940, 41742-43, 4174547, 
41751, 41754, 41756, 41759-60, 41763, 41765, 41771-74, 41778, 41801, 41804 (part), 41805, 41810*12, 41815, 41817- 
19, 41821-26, 41828-29, 41831-32, 41834 (part), 4183540, 4184247, 4JS48 (part), 41849, 41851, 41855, 41857, 
41858 (part), 41859-62 



LOUISIANA 102d Congress 127 

LOUISIANA 

(Population, 1980 census, 4,203,972) 

SENATORS 

J. BENNETT JOHNSTON, Democrat, of Shreveport, LA; born in Shreveport, LA, 
June 10, 1932; attended public schools, Washington and Lee University, U.S. Military 
Academy, Louisiana State University Law School 1956, LL.B.; 1st lieutenant, U.S. 
Army, 1956-59; State house of representatives, 1964-68; State senate, 1968-72; attorney; 
married Mary Gunn of Natchitoches; four children: Bennett, Hunter, Mary, and Sally; 
elected to the U.S. Senate, November 7, 1972; reelected November 7, 1978 and Novem- 
ber 6, 1984; chairman, Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, 1975-77; member, 
Committee on Appropriations; chairman, Subcommittee on Energy and Water Develop- 
ment; chairman, Committee on Energy and Natural Resources; member, Committee on 
the Budget; member, Committee on Aging. 

Office Listings 

136 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-1802 224-5824 

Administrative Assistant. James M. Oakes. 

Legislative Director. Laura Hudson. 

Executive Assistant. Patsy J. Guyer. 

Press Secretary. Tony Garrett. 
Hale Boggs Federal Building, Room 1010, 501 Magazine Street, New 

Orleans, LA 70130 (504) 589-2427 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr. Federal Building, Suite 7A12, 500 Fannin Street, 

Shreveport, LA 71101-3086 (318) 226-5085 

Suite 1510, One American Place, Baton Rouge, LA 70825 (504) 389-0395 



JOHN BREAUX, Democrat, of Crowley, LA; born in Crowley on March 1, 1944; 
graduated, St. Michael's High School, Crowley, 1961; B.A., University of Southwestern 
Louisiana, Lafayette, 1965; J.D., Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, 1967; law 
partner, Brown, McKernan, Ingram & Breaux, 1967-68; legislative assistant to Congress- 
man Edwin W. Edwards, 1968-69; district assistant to Congressman Edwards, 1969-72; 
member: Louisiana Bar Association and Acadia Parish Bar Association; board of direc- 
tors, International Rice Festival Association; member: Crowley Jaycees; Crowley Cham- 
ber of Commerce; Pi Lambda Beta, prelaw fraternity; Phi Alpha Delta, law fraternity; 
Lambda Chi Alpha, social fraternity; Student Bar Association, L.S.U.; U.S.L. tennis team; 
Moot Court finalist, L.S.U., 1966; winner, American Legion Award; married to the 
former Lois Gail Daigle in 1964; four children: John, Jr., William Lloyd, Elizabeth 
Andre, and Julia; elected to the 92d Congress in special election, September 30, 1972; 
reelected to the seven succeeding Congresses; chairman, Subcommittee on the Conserva- 
tion of Wildlife and Fisheries and the Environment, 1979-86; elected to U.S. Senate No- 
vember 4, 1986; chairman, Subcommittee on Merchant Marine; chairman, Democratic 
Senatorial Campaign Committee, 1989-90; member, Committee on Commerce, Science 
and Transportation; member, Committee on Finance; member, Special Committee on 
Aging. 

Office Listings 

516 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-1803 224-4623 

Chief of Staff. Wallace Henderson. 

Legislative Director. [Vacant.] 

Executive Assistant. Norraa Jane Sabiston. 

Press Secretary. Robert Mann. 

Federal Building, Room 301, 705 Jefferson Street, Lafayette, LA 70501 (318) 264-6871 

534 Murray Street, Alexandria, LA 71301 (318) 473-7370 

Room 102-A, 211 North Third Street, Monroe, LA 71201 (318) 325-3320 

Hale Boggs Federal Building, Suite 1005, 501 Magazine Street, New Orleans, 

LA 70130 (504)589-2531 



12% Congressional Directory LOUISIANA 

REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 

BOB LIVINGSTON, Republican, of Metairie, LA; born in Colorado Springs, CO, 
Aoril 30 1943- graduated, St. Martin's High School, New Orleans, 1960; B.A., econom- 
ics Tulane University, 1967; J.D., Tulane University Law School, 1968; admitted to the 
Louisiana Bar in 1968 and commenced practice in New Orleans; practiced law as a trial 
attorney in the law firm of Livingston & Powers; served in the U.S. Navy, 1961-63; grad- 
uate Loyola Institute of Politics, 1973; Assistant U.S. attorney, deputy chief, Criminal 
Division, 1970-73; received special achievement award as "Outstanding Assistant U.S. 
Attorney" in 1973; chief special prosecutor and chief, Armed Robbery Division, Orleans 
Parish district attorney's office, 1974-75; chief prosecutor, organized crime unit, Louisi- 
ana attorney general's office, 1975-76; member, various business, civic, veterans, and bar 
associations; married to the former Bonnie Robichaux, 1965; four children: Robert L., Ill, 
Richard Godwin, David Barkley, and SuShan Alida; elected to the 95th Congress, 
August 27, 1977, in a special election to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of 
Richard A. Tonry; reelected to each succeeding Congress; member, Appropriations Com- 
mittee. 

Office Listings 

2368 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1801 225-3015 

Administrative Assistant. J. Allen Martin. FAX: 225-0739 

Legislative Assistant. Paul Cambon. 

Executive Secretary. Jane Graham. 
Ill Veterans Boulevard, Metairie, LA 70005 (504) 589-2753 

District Representative. Rick Legendre. 

2055 Second Street, Slidell, LA 70458 (504) 643-7733 

3101 East Causeway Approach, Mandeville, LA 70448 (504) 626-3144 

432 East Boston Street, Convington, LA 70433 (504) 892-7304 



St. Tammany Parish. Jefferson Parish: Wards: 1, 5, and 7-10; ward 2 (precinct I); ward 3 (precincts 1, 2, 4, and 5); 
ward 4 (precincts 1-3, 7A-7E, and 10A-18) ORLEANS PARISH: Ward 4 (precincts 7-23), ward 5 (precincts 13-19); 
ward 7 (precincts 39-42), and ward 17 (precincts 17-21). Population (1980), 525*319. 

ZIP Code* 70001-06, 70009-11, 70033, 70040, 70053 (part), 70054-55, 70056 (part), 70058 (part), 70062 (part), 70063- 
65, 70072 (part), 70075, 70082, 70094, 70118 (part), 70119 (part), 70121, 70122 (part), 70124 (part), 70181, 70183, 
70420, 70427 (part), 70431, 70433-34, 70437 (part), 70438 (part), 70445, 70447-48, 70449 (part), 70452, 70457, 70458 



SECOND DISTRICT 

WILLIAM J. JEFFERSON, Democrat, of New Orleans, LA; born in Lake Provi- 
dence, LA, March 14, 1947; attended East Carroll Davish Training School, Lake Provi- 
dence, LA; graduated, G.W. Griffin High School in Lake Providence, LA, 1965; B.A., 
political science, Southern University and A&M College, Baton Rouge, LA, 1969; JJX 
Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA, 1972; admitted to the bar, New Orleans, LA, 
1972; attorney, Jefferson, Bryan, Jupiter, Lewis & Blanson, New Orleans, LA; first lieu- 
tenant, U.S. Army, J.A.G. Corps, 1975; member, board of trustees, Greater St. Stephen 
Baptist Church; Urban League of Greater New Orleans; Southern University Foundation 
Board; elected to the Louisiana State Senate, March, 1990-January 2, 1991; married to 
the former Andrea Green in 1970; five children: Jamila E,, 1972; Jalila E., 1975; Jelani F., 
1979; Nailah A., 1981; and Akilaha, 1984; elected to the 102d Congress, November 6, 
1990. * 

Office Listings 

506 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1802 225-6636 

Administrative Assistant. Weldon J. Rougeau. FAX: 225-1988 

Executive Secretary/Scheduler. Annette L. Crumbley. 

Press Secretary. Jean LaPlace. 
1012 Boggs Federal Building, 501 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70120... (504) 589-2274 

District Office Manager. Stephenie Edwards. 



LOUISIANA 102d Congress 129 

Orleans Parish: That part not contained in the First District. Population (1980), 526,605. 

JnISS 4 ?' 7 5?^ 7 ?2 5 |, (P ^?'7 0062 ( P art) ' 700S1 * 70085 * 70112-17, 70118 (part), 7011* (part), 7O122 
K 4 -7fe?> 70 * 25 - 31 ' 7014 . 70150-53, 70156-58, 70160-62, 70172, 70174-76, 70178^79, 70182, 
' yu, /u*3o (part) 



os 7oi89-907(58 (part) 



THIRD DISTRICT 

W.J. (BILLY) TAUZIN, Democrat, of Thibodaux, LA; born in Chackbay, LA, June 
14, 1943; graduated, Thibodaux High School, 1961; B.A., history, prelaw, Nicholls State 
University, 1964; honor' student, - Hall of Fame graduate, student body president, 1962-64; 
J.D., Louisiana State University, 1967, while serving 4 years in Louisiana State Senate, 
legislative aide; lawyer; admitted to the Louisiana State Bar in 1968 and commenced 
practice in Houma, LA.; law partner, Marcel, Marcel, Fanguy & Tauzin, 1968-72; private 
practice, 1972; partner, Sonnier & Tauzin, 1976; married to the former Oayle Theresa 
Clement, Choupic, 1965; five children: Kristie Rene, W.J. (Billy) III, John Ashton, 
Thomas Nicholas, and Michael James; elected to the 96th Congress, May 22, 1980, in a 
special election to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of David C. Treen; reelected 
to the 97th Congress, September 13, 1980; reelected to each succeeding Congress; Fresh- 
man Representative, Democratic Steering and Policy Committee; member: Energy and 
Commerce and Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committees; Democratic Steering and 
Policy Committee. 

Office Listings 

2342 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1803 225-4031 

Administrative Assistant. Elizabeth Megginson 
1041 Hale Boggs Building, 501 Magazine, New Orleans, LA 70130 (504) 589-6366 

District Coordinator. Wayne Fernandez. 
Federal Building, Suite 107, Houma, LA 70360 (504) 876-3033 

District Representative. Tommy Lyons. 
210 East Main Street, New Iberia, LA 70560 (318) 367-8231 

District Representative. Bonnie Eve Landry. 



Parishes: Assumption, Iberia, Lafourche, Plaquemmes, St Bernard, St. Charles, St. Mary, and Terrebonne JEFFER- 
SON PARISH: That part not contained in the First District. ST MARTIN PARISH: District 1 (precincts 2 and 5). 
Population (1980), 526,364. 

ZIP Codes: 70030-31, 70036-39, 70041-44, 70047, 70049, 70053 (part), 70056 (part), 70057, 70058 (part), 70066-67, 
70070, 70072 (part), 70073, 70076, 70078-80, 70083-84, 70087, 70091-92, 70141, 70301-02, 70339-45, 70352-61, 
70363-64, 70371-75, 70377, 70380-81, 70390-95, 70397, 70513-14, 70518 (part), 70522-23, 70528 (part), 70538, 
70540, 70544, 70552, 70560-62, 70569, 70582 (part), 70592 (part) 



FOURTH DISTRICT 

JIM McCRERY, Republican, of Shreveport, LA; born in Shreveport, Caddo Parish, 
LA, September 18, 1949; attended, Leesville Elementary, LA, 1955-58, and Pine Shad- 
ows Elementary, Houston, TX, 1958-61; graduated Leesville Jr. and Sr. High, LA, 1967; 
B.A., Louisiana Tech University, Ruston, 1971; J.D., Louisiana State University, Baton 
Rouge, 1975; attorney; admitted to the Louisiana Bar in 1975 and commenced practice in 
Leesville, LA; private law practice, Jackson, Smith and Ford, Leesville, 1975-78; assist- 
ant city attorney, Shreveport, LA, 1979-80; district manager, U.S. Representative Buddy 
Roemer, 1981-82; legislative director, U.S. Representative Buddy Roemer, 1982-84; 
board of directors, Louisiana Association of Business and Industry, 1986-87; chairman, 
Regulatory Affairs Committee, Louisiana Forestry Association, 1987; regional manager 
for Government Affairs, Georgia-Pacific Corp, 1984-88; elected by special election to the 
100th Congress, April 16, 1988, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Charles 
E. (Buddy) Roemer; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 



130 Congressional Directory 



LOUISIANA 



Office U*ting* 
429 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-18O4 225-2777 

Administrative Assistant Grace Wiegers. FAX: 225-8039 

Press Secretary. Leslie Corkern. 
621 Edwards Street, Shreveport, LA 71101 ..... (318) 226-5080 

District Manager. Janie Landry. 
110 East Lula Street, Leesville, LA 71446 (318) 238-4550 



Parishes: Bossier, Caddo, Claiborne, De Soto, Red River, Sabme, Vcmon. and Wcbatcr. Bi AURHGARD PARISH: Ward 
3. Population (1980), 525,067. 

ZIP Coder 70634 (part), 70639, 70642, 70656 (part), 70659, 71001 (part), 71003 (part), 71004, 71006-07, 71009, 71018- 
19, 71021, 71023T71024 (part), 71025, 710277 71028 (part), 71029-3O, 7I03J-38, 71039 (part), 71040, 71043-44 
71046-52, 71055 (part), 71058-61, 71063 (part), 71064, 71065 (part), 71067, 71068 (part), 71069, 71071-73, 71073 
71078, 71082, 71101771103-13, 71115, 71118-20, 71129-3O, 71133-39, 71146, 71148-49, 71161-66, 71171-72,71222 
(part), 71235 (part), 71256 (part), 71275 (part), 71403 (part), 71406, 71419, 71426, 71429. 71437, 71439, 71443-K 
71449, 71450 (part), 71459-62, 71469 (pan), 71474-75, 71486 ^ 



FIFTH DISHTRICT 

JERRY HUCKABY, Democrat, of Ringgold, LA; born in Hodge t Jackson Parish, LA, 
July 19, 1941; graduated, Minden High School, 1959; B.S., Louisiana State University, 
1963; M.B.A., Georgia State University, 1968; graduate work toward doctorate in eco- 
nomics, Louisiana Tech University; businessman; farmer; served in various management 
programs, Western Electric, 1963-73, resigned in 1973 to devote full time to farming in- 
terests; Lions Club, Boy Scout Master, Louisiana Farm Bureau; married to the former 
Suzanna Woodard, 1962; two children: Michelle and Clay; elected to the 95th Congress, 
November 2, 1976; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office fitting* 

2182 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1805 225-2376 

Administrative Assistant. Lou Gchrig Burnett, FAX: 225-2387 

Legislative Director. Carol Ekern Connors. 
211 North Third Street, Monroe, LA 71201 (318) 387-2244 

District Representatives, Tom Bond; Ray O. Wright. 
Old Courthouse Building, P.O. Box 34, Natchttoches, LA 71457 (318) 352-9000 

District Representative. Mike Sibley. 



Parish**: Bienville, Caldwell, Catahoula, ConcordU, East Carroll, Franklin, Grant, Jackion, La Salle, Lincoln, 
Madison, Morehouse, Natchitoches, Ouachitat, Richland, Tentt*, Unkm, Wett Carroll, and Winn. RAPIDES PARISH: 
Ward 111; ward 10 (precincts 1-3, 5, 7, 8, 10, and 11 and part* of precinct* 6, 9, 12, and 13). Population (1980), 



ZIP Codes: 71001 (part), 71002, 71003 (part), 71008, 71O14, 71016, 71020, 71024 (part), 71028 (part), 71031, 71039 
rt) 71045, 71055 (part), 71063 (part^lOfiS (part), 71066, 71068 (part), 71070, 71079-80, 7 1201-03? 7 1207, 71209- 
?A-l !216k 71218 - 21 ' 7l222 (part), 71223; 71225-27. 7 122$-3o, 71232-34. 71235 (part), 71236-43, 71245, 
B 7 , !2 i?;fi' I 1 , 2 ?" 54 * 71256 <e w ^ *-*l. 71263-64, 71266. 71268-70, 71272-73,^1275 (part). 71276-77, 

71334-36, 71340, 71 342-4^7 1348, 71354, 



> - , , , 

71363 ' 71365 -6. 71368, 71371, 7J373, 71375, 71377-78, 7140t, 71403 (part), 71404-05, 71407, 
li"i!' 71420 ~ 23 ' 71425 7M** 7 ^32, 71434-36, 71440-41, 71447 (paVt), 7I4J8Tpirt), 71452, 71454- 

58, 71465, 71467-68, 71469 (part), 71471, 71473, 71477, 71479-81, 71483, 71497 



SIXTH DISTRICT 

RICHARD H. BAKER, Republican, from Baton Rouge, LA; born in New Orleans, 
^YS 5^ 22 ' 1948; attende d Southdowns Elementary School: graduated, University 
High School; Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA; real estate broker; elected to 
Louisiana House of Representatives, 1972-86; chairman, Committee on Transportation, 
Highways, and Public Works, 1980-86; member: Southern Legislative Conference, 
ALEC, Central Area Homebuilders, East Baton Rouge Airport Commission, Baton 



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Rouee Lodge No. 372 Central Region Planning Commission; member: Interior 

to AflHn Committee; married to rtie former Kay Carpenter in 1969; two <*J 

d^n and Julie; elected to the 100th Congress on November 4, 19S6; reelected November 

8 1988; reelected November 6, 1990; Small Business Committee and Banking, Finance 

and Urban Affairs Committee, 102d Congress. 

Office Listings 

404 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1806 ....................... 225-3901 

Administrative Assistant. Tim Carpenter. 

Legislative Director. Duane Duncan. 

Office Manager. Lynn Kirk. , A no fSO^ 929-7711 

Suite 104, 5757 Corporate Boulevard, Baton Rouge, LA 70808 ........................... (5O4) 92* //n 

District Director. Ronnie Duncan. . ms_4g45 

Suite 1, 105 South Cherry Street, Hammond, LA 70403 ....................................... (504) 345-4845 



8 



SEVENTH DISTRICT 



JAMES A. HAYES, Democrat, of Lafayette, LA; born in Lafayette on Deceinl^r 21, 
19^ abided Hanulton Training School, Lafayette; graduated I^aye^ ttgSc* 
toil' RS University of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette, 1967; J.D., Tulane Law 

8, 1988; reelected October 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

503 Cannon House Office Building, Washing DC ^20515-1807 225^2031 

Chief of Staff/Legislative Director. Rhod Shaw. 

Scheduler. Lynn Hargroder. (318) 2 33-4773 

103 East Vermilion, Lafayette, LA 70501 

Executive Director. Louis Ferret / 318 ) 433.1613 

Suite 402, 901 Lake Shore Drive, Lake Charles, LA 70601 V .; 

Staff Assistant Sheryl Ann Sinegal Nixon. 



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EIGHTH DISTRICT 



Congressional Directory LOUISIANA 



r HOI T OWAY Republican, of Forest Hill, LA; born in Lecompte, LA on 
28 ?943 STnded FoTest Hill Grammar School; graduated, Forest Hill High 
> at ended National Aeronautics School, Kansas City, KS; sales and promo- 
School, LA, attenaeQ iNai operator, Holloway's Nursery; member: 

tion, Pan American Airways. ox T er { p K Bureau L ouis.ana Nursery Associa- 
^^^S^r^Tw^n^^, Regional Nursery Association; mar- 
tt M to *rfom^herinVKoWhepp in 1967; four children: Timothy, Mark Rebecca, 
ned to *e former ' ^ ne 0^ on November 4, 1986; reelected to each succeed- 
gSSSS ? Agriculture; Committee on SrnaH Business; Com- 
mittee on Children, Youth, and Families. 



Office Listings 

225-4926 



1206 Longworth House Office Buildmg, Washington, DC 20515-1808 ............ 

Legislative Director. Cal Odom. 

Press Secretary. Stephen LeBlanc. 

Special Assistant. Mary Trimble. 

Executive Assistant-Dorothy Bogr- ............... (318) 473.7430 



Population (1980), 525,389. 



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MAINE 

(Population, 1980 census, 1,123,670) 

SENATORS 

WILLIAM S. COHEN, Republican, of Bangor, ME; born in Bangor, ME, August 28, 
1940; graduated from Bangor High School, 1958; B.A., cum laude, Bowdoin College, 
1962; LL.B., cum laude, Boston University Law School, 1965; assistant editor-in-chief, 
American Trial Lawyers Association; admitted to the bar, 1965, began practice in 
Bangor, ME; former partner in law firm of Paine, Cohen, Lynch, Weatherbee & Kobritz; 
instructor, University of Maine, department of business; assistant county attorney for Pe- 
nobscot County, 1968-70; elected vice president, Maine Trial Lawyers Association, 1970- 
72; member: Judicial Selection Advisory Committee, Maine Trial Lawyers Association; 
trustee, Unity College, Unity, ME; member: Bangor City Council, 1969-72; mayor of 
Bangor, 1971-72; member: Bangor School Board, 1971-72; Fellow: John F. Kennedy In- 
stitute of Politics, 1972; member: Unitarian-Universalist Church; Board of Overseers, 
Bowdoin College; Board of Visitors, U.S. Coast Guard Academy, 1973; two sons: Kevin 
and Christopher; elected to the 93d Congress, November 7, 1972; reelected to the 94th 
and 95th Congresses; named 1 of the Jaycees* 10 outstanding young men, January 1975; 
awards: Boston University Alumni Association Award for Distinguished Public Service, 
1976; Non-Commissioned Officers Association's L. Mendel Rivers Award for Service to 
Military Personnel, 1983; New England Association of School Superintendents' "Presi- 
dent's Award" for improvements to public education, 1984; National Collegiate Athletic 
Association's Silver Anniversary Award, 1986; author: "Of Sons and Seasons," 1978, 
"Roll Call," 1980, "Getting the Most Out of Washington," 1982; "The Double Man" (co- 
author, Senator Gary Hart), 1985, "A Baker's Nickel," 1986; "Men of Zeal," (coauthor, 
Senator George Mitchell), 1988; "One-Eyed Kings," 1991; elected to the U.S. Senate, No- 
vember 7, 1978, for the 6-year term beginning January 3, 1979; reelected on November 6, 
1984; reelected November 6, 199O. 

Office Listings 

322 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-1901 224-2523 

Administrative Assistant. Robert S. Tyrer. 

Personal Secretary. Cynthia W. Waters. 

Press Secretary. Kathryn W. Gest. 

Legislative Director. Robert P. Savitt. 

154 State Street, Augusta, ME 04330 .... 

Federal Building, Room 204, 202 Harlow Street, Bangor, ME 04401 . 
10 Moulton Street, Portland, ME 04101 -. 



GEORGE J. MITCHELL, Democrat, of Portland, ME; born in Waterville, ME, 
August 20, 1933; attended St. Joseph's grammar school, and graduated from Waterville 
High School, 1950; B.A., Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME, 1954; served in the U.S. 
Army Countermtelligence Corps, Berlin, Germany, 1954-56; LL.B., Georgetown Univer- 
sity Law Center, Washington, DC, 1960; lawyer; trial attorney, Antitrust Division, De- 
partment of Justice, Washington, DC, 1960-62; executive assistant to US. Senator 
Edmund S. Muskie, 1962-65; Democratic State chairman for Maine, 1966-68; partner, 
law firm of Jensen, Baird, Gardner, Donovan, & Henry, Portland, ME, 1965-77; Demo- 
cratic national committeeman, 1969-77; assistant county attorney, Cumberland County, 
ME, 1971- Democratic candidate for Governor, 1974; U.S. Attorney for Maine, 1977-79; 
U.S. District Judge for Maine, 1979; appointed by Gov. Joseph E. Brennan, U.S. Senator, 
May 17, 1980, to fill the unexpired term of Senator Edmund S. Muskie; elected to the 
U.S. Senate, November 2, 1982, for the 6-year term beginning January 3, 1983; reelected 
on November 8, 1988; elected Senate majority leader in November 1988 for the 101st 
Congress. 



134 Congressional Directory 



MAINE 



Offtc* 



176 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, EX' 205 JO 1002 . 224-5344 

Administrative Assistant, Mary McAtene> TDD: 224-0208 

Office Manager Donna Beck. 

Press Assistant. Knstin Amerlmg ,-,,*, ,~ M . f 

Room 101-C PO. Box 5248, 40 Western Avenue. August*, Mi-. O41J2 . (207) 622-8292 

P O Box 1237 202 Hariow Street, B*ngor. ME W401 (207) 945-0451 

231 Mam Street, Biddeford, ME 0400$ .. . . , - (207) 282-4144 

11 Lisbon Street, Lewiston, ME O4240... ...,..,. ,. .. (207)784-0163 

P O Box 8300;537 CongreW Street, Portland, ME 04104 (207) 874-0883 

Chief Field Representative, Larry Sennit, 

6 Church Street, Presque Isle, ME 04769 - 207) 764-5601 

Main and Winter Streets, Rocktaad, ME 04*41 , 207) 596-0311 

PO Box 786, 33 College Avenue, Watervtlte. ME 04TO (207)873-3361 



REPRESENTATIVES 

FIftST DISTRICT 

THOMAS H. ANDREWS, Democrat, of Portland, ME; born in North Easton, MA, 
March 23, 1953; attended North Easton Grammar School; graduated from North Easton 
High School; B.A., religion/philosophy, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, ME, 1976; erwi- 
ronmental activist; director, Maine Association of Handicapped Persons, 1981; director, 
Maine Studies Institute, 1987-90; State representative, 1982-84, State senator, 1984-90; 
Senate Chair, Committee on Economic Development; Senate Chair, Committee on Tax- 
ation; married in 1990 to the former Debra Johnson; elected to the 102d Congress on 
November 6, 1990. 

Ofttct Liftings 

1724 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1901 225-6116 

Administrative Assistant. Craig S. Brown. 

Executive Assistant. Deborah Cook. 

Office Manager, Kimberly J. Monaghan. 
Second Floor, 177 Commercial Street, Portland, ME 04101 ,.,, (207) 772-8240 

District Director. Joseph W. Cowie, 

Press Secretary. Dennis M. Bailey. 



Counties: Cumberland, Kennebec, Knox, Lincoln, Sagadahoc, and York. WAUX> Couwrv: Cities and town* of 
Burnham, Freedom, Islesboro, Liberty, Lincolnville, Montvtlte, Morrill, Northport, l^lcrmo, StKmnont, Troy, 
Unity, and Waldo. Population (1980), 563,073. 

ZIP Codes: 03801 (part), 03803, 03901-11, 04001-04, 04005 (part), 04006, 04008-09, 04011* 0401 3- 15, 04017, 04019' 
04020 (part), 04021, 04024, 04027-31, 04032 (part), 04038-39, 04040 (part), 04042-43, 04046, 04047 (part), 04048-W, 
04052-57, 04060-64, 04066-67, 04069 (part), 04071-79, 04081 (part), 04082-67, 04090-96, 04100-10, 04112, 0+224 
(part), 04252 (part), 04254 (part), 04259 (part), 04260 (part), 04263 (part), 04265, 04270 (part), 04274 (P^wJ 1 
(part), 04284, 04287 (part). 04330, 04341-43, 04345, 04347-55, 04357-64, 04438, 04496, 04530, 04535-39, 04541, 
04543-44, 04546-49, 04551-56, 04558, 04562-65, 04567-68, 04570-76, 04578-79, 04645* 04769, 04841, 04843, 04846- 
65, 04901, 04910, 04915, 04917-18, 04921, 04922 (part), 04926-27, 04929 (part), 04935, 04937 (part), 04941, 0*949, 
04951-52, 04957 (part), 04962, 04963 (part), 04972-74, 04981, 04986-89 



SECOND DISTRICT 

OLYMPIA J. SNOWE, Republican, of Auburn, ME; born in Augusta, ME, February 
21, 1947; Edward Little High School, Auburn, ME, 1965; B.A., University of Maine, 
Qrono, 1969; served in Maine House of Representatives, 1973-76; Maine Senate, 1977-73; 
elected to the 96th Congress, November 7, 1978; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 



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102d Congress 135 



Office Listings 

2464 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-1902 225-6306 

Administrative Assistant. -Kirk Walder. 

Press Secretary. -Don Nathan. 

Office Manager. Carol Gardner 

Two Great Falls Plaza, Auburn, ME 04210 (207) 786-2451 

Suite 306, One Cumberland Place, Bangor, ME 04401 (207) 945-0432 

District Representative. Kevin Raye. 
169 Academy Street, Presque Isle, ME 04769 (207) 764-5124 



Counties: Androscoggm, Aroostook, Franklin, Hancock, Oxford, Penobscot, Piscataquis, Somerset, and Washington 
WALDO COUNTY: Cities and towns of Belfast, Belraont, Brooks, Frankfort, Jackson, Knox, Monroe, Prospect, 
Searsport, Stockton Springs, Swanville, Thorndike, and Winterport Population (1980), 543,178. 

ZIP Codes: 04005 (part), 04010, 04016, 04020 (part), 04022, 04032 (part), 04037, 04040 (part), 04041. 04047 (part), 
04051 04058, 04068/04069 (part), 04080, 04081 (part), 04088, 04210, 04216-17, 04219-21, 04223, 04224 (part), 
04225^04230-31, 04233-O04243. 04250-51, 04252 (part), 04253, 04254 (part), 04255-58, 04259 art), 04260 
JnarO 04261-62, 04263 (part), 04266-68, 04270 (part), 04271-73, 04274 (part), 04275-76, 04278-79, 04280 (part), 
0^81-83; 04285186, 04287 (part), 04288-92, 04294, 04401, 04406, 04408, 04410-19, 04421-24, 04426-31, 04433-35, 
44 -44 04446, 04448-51, 04453-65, 04467-68, 04471-76, 04478-79, 04481-82, 04484-85, 04487-93 I M495, 04497, 

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136 Congressional Directory MARYLAND 

MARYLAND 

(Population, 1980 census, 4.216,446) 

SENATORS 

PAUL S, SARBANES, Democrat, of Baltimore, MD; born in Salisbury, MD, Febru- 
ary 3, 1933, son of Spyros and Matina Sarbanes; attended the public schools of Salisbury, 
MD, graduating from Wicomico Senior High School, June 1950; A.B., Princeton Univer- 
sity, June 1954, magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa; Rhodes scholar, Balliol College 
Oxford, England, 1954-57, first-class B.A. honours in School of Philosophy, Politics and 
Economics; LL.B., cum laude, Harvard Law School, June 1960; admitted to practice by 
Maryland Court of Appeals, October 1960; law clerk to Judge Morris A. Soper, U.S. 
Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, 1960-61; associate in Baltimore law firms, Piper 
& Marbury, 1961-62, and Venable, Baetjer & Howard, 1965-70; administrative assistant 
to Walter W. Heller, chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers, 1962-63; executive 
director, Charter Revision Commission of Baltimore City, 1963-64; elected to the Mary- 
land House of Delegates in November 1966, serving from 1967-71; member, Greek Or- 
thodox Cathedral of the Annunciation, Baltimore, MD; married Christine Dunbar of 
Brighton, England; three children: John Peter, Michael Anthony, and Janet Matina; elect- 
ed to 92d Congress on November 3, 1970; reelected to 93d and 94th Congresses; elected 
to the U.S. Senate, November 2, 1976, for the 6-year term beginning January 3, 1977; 
reelected November 2, 1982, and November 8, 1988. 

Office Listings 

309 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-2002 224-4524 

Administrative Assistant. Marvin Moss. FAX: 224-1651 

Legislative Director. Julie Kehrh. TDD: 224-3452 
Appointment Secretary. Elise Gillette. 
Press Secretary. Bruce Frame. 

1518 Federal Office Building, 31 Hopkins Plaza, Baltimore, MD 21201 (301) 962-4436 

1110 Bonifont Street, Suite 450, Silver Spring, MD 20910 (301) 589-0797 

1906 Frederick Street, Cumberland, MD 21502 (301) 722-5369 

Route 3, Box 87, Bonhill Road, Salisbury, MD 21801 (301) 546-4998 



BARBARA A. MIKULSKI, Democrat, of Baltimore, MD; born in Baltimore on July 
20, 1936; graduated with a B.A. degree from Mount St. Agnes College, 1958; received 
her M.S.W. from the University of Maryland School of Social Work, 1965; worked as a 
social worker for Catholic Charities and city of Baltimore; served as adjunct professor, 
Department of Sociology, Loyola College; elected to Baltimore City Council, 1971; 
Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate in 1974, winning 43 percent of vote; elected to U.S. 
Congress in 1976; first woman appointed to Energy and Commerce Committee; served on 
Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee; elected to U.S. Senate in November 1986 
with 61 percent of the vote; became first woman representing the Democratic Party to 
serve ui both Houses of Congress; appointed to: Appropriations (chair of Independent 
Agencies Appropriation Subcommittee), Labor and Human Resources Small Business 
Committees. 

Office Listings 

320 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-2003 . ... 224-4654 

Chief of Staff. Sue Nelson Wrenn. .................... TDD- 224-5223 

Legislative Director. Trudy Vincent. ^+-m * 

World Trade Center, Suite 253, Baltimore, MD 21202 ................................. (301) 962-4510 

State Director. Maggie Mclntosh. ....................... ^ ; * a *"' wlw 

3 Church Circle, Annapolis, MD 21401 



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Suite 103, 9658 Baltimore Boulevard, College Pwk,' MD 20740 ........................... rwm 3455517 

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Suite 402 82 West Washington Street Haglrstown MD KM. 30 ) 79M826 
City Center on the Plaza, 213 W. Main Street, Salisbury, MD 2180 . $01) 546-7711 



MARYLAND 102d Congress 137 

REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 

WAYNE T. GILCHREST, Republican, of Kennedyville, MD; born on April 15, 1946, 
in Rahway, NJ; graduated from Rahway High School, 1964; attended Wesley College, 
Dover, DE; B.A. in history, Delaware State College, Dover, DE, 1973; graduate studies, 
Loyola University, Baltimore, MD, 1984-present; served in the U.S. Marine Corps, 1964- 
68; awarded the Purple Heart, Bronze Star, Navy Commendation Medal, Navy Unit Cita- 
tion, and others; teacher, Kent County High School, 1973-present; as teacher of Govern- 
ment and History; member: Kent County Teachers' Association, American Legion, Vet- 
erans of Foreign Wars, Order of the Purple Heart, Kennedyville Methodist Church; mar- 
ried to the former Barbara Rawley; three children: Kevin, Joel, and Katie; elected to the 
102d Congress on November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

502 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2001 225-5311 

Administrative Assistant. Tony Caligiun. FAX: 225-0254 

Office Manager/Scheduler. Stacy Robert. 

Legislative Assistant. Dan Walsh. 

335 High Street, Chestertown, MD 21620 (301) 778-9407 

One Plaza East, Salisbury, MD 21801 (301) 742-3184 

20 West Bel Air Avenue, Aberdeen, MD 21001 (301) 272-6823 

District Representative. Emmett Duke. 
P.O. Box 2076, Village Square Shopping Center, Waldorf, MD 20601 (301) 645-9111 



Counties: Calvert, Caroline, Cecil, Charles, Dorchester, Kent, Queen Annes, St Marys, Somerset, Talbot, Wicomico, 
and Worcester. HARFORD COUNTY- The eastern portion of the county. Population (1980), 526,206. 

ZIP Codes: 19709 (part), 19940 (part), 19973 (part), 20601 (part), 20602-04, 20606, 20609-12, 20613 (part), 2O61S-22, 
20624-30, 20632, 20634-37, 20639-40, 20643, 20645-46, 20650, 20653, 20656-62, 20664, 20667, 20670, 20674-78, 
20680, 20682, 20684-90, 20692-93, 20695, 20714 (part), 20732, 20736, 20754 (part), 20758 (part), 21001, 21005, 
21009, 21014 (part), 21017, 21024, 21028, 21034, 2104O (part), 21078, 21084, 21130, 21132 (part), 21154 (part), 21160, 
21601, 21607, 21609-13, 21617, 21619-20, 21622-23, 21625-29, 21631-32, 21634-41, 21643-55, 21657-73, 21675-79, 
21801, 21810-11, 21813-14, 21816-17, 21820-22, 21824, 21826, 21829-30, 21835-38, 2184O-42, 21849-53, 21856-58, 
21861-67, 21869-72, 21874-75, 21901-04, 21911-21, 21930 



SECOND DISTRICT 

HELEN DELICH BENTLEY, Republican, of Lutherville, MD; born in Ruth, NV; 
B.J., with honors, University of Missouri School of Journalism; honorary degrees in 
doctor of laws from University of Michigan, University of Maryland, University of 
Alaska, Long Island University, and Goucher College; also, honorary degrees in doctor 
of humane letters, University of Portland (OR), Villa Julie College (MD) and Bryant Col- 
lege of Business Administration (Providence, RI); reporter and maritime editor, The Sun, 
Baltimore, 1945-69; television producer, 1950-65; appointed chairman, Federal Maritime 
Commission, 1969-75; international business consultant, 1975-84; committee assignments: 
Budget; Public Works and Transportation; also, Select Committee on Aging; married to 
William Roy Bentley; elected to the 99th Congress on November 6, 1984; reelected to 
each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

1610 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2002 225-3061 

Administrative Assistant/Budget. Pat Wait. FAX: 225-4251 

Legislative Assistant. Bill Lally. 
Legislative Director. Chris Griffin. 

200 East Joppa Road, Towson, MD 21204 (301) 337-7222 

7458 German Hill Road, Dundalk, MD 21222 (301) 285-2747 

115 Fulford Avenue, Bel Air, MD 21014 (301) 879-2517 



Baltimore County: The central, eastern, and northern portions including the western half of Randallstown and as far 
southwest as Granite, excluding Pikesville and anything south of Caves Road and Greenspring Valley Road; 



138 Congressional Directory MARYLAND 

excluding the eastern half of Randallstown, Woodlawn, Catonsville, Arbutus, and Lansdowne; the central nn^ 
excluding anything south of Towsontown Boulevard between Charles Street and Loch Raven Boulevard Hf 
FORD COUNTY Towns of Bel Air, Joppatowne, Edgewood, Jarrettsville. and Forest Hill, bounded on the snlittT 
by Winters Run Road; bounded on the northeast by Route 24, Deer Creek, and Thomas Road Pomilati rt ,; /iS5? 
526,354. "puwnon (1980), 




21224 (part), 21234 (part), 21236 (part), 21237 (part) 



THIRD DISTRICT 

BENJAMIN L. CARDIN, Democrat, of Baltimore, MD, born in Baltimore, October 
5, 1943; attended Baltimore public schools; graduated Baltimore City College, 1961- B A 
University of Pittsburgh, PA, 1964 (cum laude); LL.B., University of Maryland ' Balti' 
more, 1967 (1st in class); attorney; admitted to Maryland Bar November 1967 and beean 
practice in Baltimore; member of the Maryland House of Delegates, 1966-86* Speaker of 
House of Delegates, 1979-86; chairman, Ways and Means Committee, 1975-78- vice- 
chairman, Ways and Means Committee, 1971-73; member, Presidential Advisory Commit. 
tee on Federalism; chairman, State Federal Assembly, National Council of State Legisla- 
tors, 1980-81; member, National Council of State Legislators, Executive Committee- 
member, Council of State Governments, Executive Committee, 1979-86; co-chairman 
Legislative Policy Committee, Maryland General Assembly, 1979-86; trustee, Baltimore 
Museum of Art; member, Baltimore Jewish Community Relations Council; trustee Balti- 
more Council on Foreign Affairs; member, Associated Jewish Charities Welfare Fund- 
board of trustees, University of Maryland Alumni Association-International; trustee, St* 
Mary s College; chairman, Maryland Legal Services Corporation; Maryland Psychiatric 
Society's Fnend of Psychiatry Award, 1988; Common Cause of Maryland Ann Hogan 
Memorial Award, 1987; Waterfront Workers of Baltimore, Public Service Achievement 
Award, 1987; MACO Legislator of the Year Award, 1984; Hadassah Award, 1981; Dr, 
Herman Seidel Humanitarian Award, Histradrut, 1980; B'nai B'rith Menorah Ledge 
Award, Save-a-Heart Humanitarian Award, 1975; William Strobie Thomas Award for the 
Highest Academic Achievement at the University of Maryland School of Law; Order of 
A^5 ' * N^ ^ Honor Soc *y Award; Omicron Delta Epsilon Economic Honorary 
^^wSST 6 ! il 2*" My S a TEA****** 1966 ; ^0 children, Michael and Debo- 
rah; elected to the 100th Congress, November 4, 1986; reelected November 8, 1988. 



Office Listings 



Scheduler/Office Manager. MarU Heimann. 
Press Secretary. Dawana Merritt. 



Z ^aS^^?S^ ( ^i 3 ')/S^ rt) U? 1 2t5/5 > 5 rt ^ v 21046 0rt). 21055. 21076 (part), 21117 
21213 faSf &2M ?1?M ?^3' 51??l'* r ty 21208 ft* 1 ^ 212 * (part), 21210 rnirtV 
21226 Sart), 21227. 21228 ^?SSV oolg^^ 21 ^^^?!^ 2 ,^?)' J 



FOURTH DISTRICT 






MARYLAND 



102d Congress 139 

Mansfield High School, 1970; B.S., chemistry, University of Maryland, 1974; B.A., M.A., 
Oxford University (Rhodes Scholar), Oxford, England, 1978; businessman; former profes- 
sional basketball player (11 -year veteran of the National Basketball Association); founder, 
McMillen Communications Corporation; member, Maryland Jaycees and Kiwanis; elected 
to the 100th Congress, November 4, 1986; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 



420 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2004 ....................... 225-8090 

Administrative Assistant. Jerry Grant. 
Office Manager. Leslie Nolan. 

SuJm iSfSX H*hw NW., Glen Burme MD 21061 ........................... (301) 261-2008 

Suite 207, 132 Holiday Court, Annapolis, MD 21401 ........................................... (301) 261-8401 

?,-MD 20745 ........................................ (301) 567-92,2 



e 

912-15' 17 and 18 election distnct 9, precinct 3, that part not contained in the Fifth District; election district 11, 
precinct* 1. Population (1980), 526,627. 



M05, 29602 (part) 



FIFTH DISTRICT 

H. HOYER, .Democrat, of Foresee, MD; born |n New York NY, June 14, 



. 

ty and Cooperation in Europe (Helsinki Commission). 

Office Listings 
1705 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2005 .............. 225^131 

Chief of Staff. Sam Wynkoop. 

. Karin Johanson. 



tjiuei 01 oiaii. aaui TT yi^^j^r' 
Administrative Assistant. Karin Johanson. 
Legislative Director. John Berry, 
te 645, 4351 Garden City Drive, Lan 
District Director. Martha Weber. 



mnsra . 

Legislative Director. John Berry. ..... (301) 43^5510 

Suite 645, 4351 Garden City Dnve, Landover, MD 20785 ................................... v J 

w:.*-:-* 1-^,.^+rtw _ "Martha Wftber. 



526,295. 



, ,*. . 

6, precincts I, 3-S, 7, 10, 11, and 16; ^^"^^''Jj^^',^ Branch Avenue and run. m a southeasterly 
inesofOldAlnto^rryRoaa^nOBra^ Woodyard Road, thence 

SiTSSlJa- of Dower House Road. PopuUuon (1980). 



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140 Congressional Directory MARYLAND 

SIXTH DISTRICT 

BEVERLY B. BYRON, Democrat, of Frederick, MD; born in Baltimore, MD, July 
27 1932- daughter of the late Captain Harry C. Butcher and the late Ruth B. Butcher 
graduated from National Cathedral School, Washington, DC, 1950; attended Hood Col' 
lege, Frederick, MD, 1963-64; serves on House Armed Services Committee, Interior and 
Insular Affairs Committee, Select Committee on Aging. In 1987, became the first woman 
to chair an Armed Service subcommittee (Military Personnel and Compensation); very 
active in civic and charitable organizations; member, Maryland Commission on Physical 
Fitness; board of directors, American Hiking Society; leadership task force on AIDS; 
leadership task force on health; board of trustees, Mount Saint Mary's College; board of 
trustees, Frostburg State University's International Studies Program; board of advisors, 
Univerity of Maryland Center for Political Leadership; board of associates, Hood Col' 
lege; board of directors, Mt. St. Marys College; John F. Kennedy 50-Mile Memorial 
Hike; married the late Congressman Goodloe E. Byron, 1952; three children: Goodloe E, 
Jr., Barton Kimball, and Mary McComas; remarried to B. Kirk Walsh, 1986; elected to 
Congress, November 7, 1978; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2430 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2006 225-2721 

Administrative Assistant. Brent Ayer. FAX: 225-61 59 

District Administrator. Joe Lebherz. 

Executive Assistant. Etta Becker. 

Legislative Director. Sara Morningstar. 

10 East Church Street, Frederick, MD 21701 (301) 662-8622 

100 West Franklin Street, Hagerstown, MD 21740 (301) 797-6043 

6 North Court Street, Westminster, MD 21157 (301) 848-5366 

P.O. Box 3275, Cumberland, MD 215O4 (301) 722-2520 



Counties: Allogamy. Carroll. Frederick. Garrett. and Washington. HOWARD COUNTY; Election districts 2-4; election 
district 5. precincts 1, 5. and 6. MONTGOMERY COUNTY: Election districts 1 (Laytonsville), 2, 3 (Poolesville), 6. 11 
CBasnesvilfe), and 12; election district 1O, precinct* 1-3, 7, 9, and 10 Population (1980), 527,639. 

ZTP Codec 20(701, 20759, 20763, 20777, 20833 (part). 20837, 20838 (part), 20839, 20841. 20842 (part), 20850 (part), 
20854 (partX 20855 (part), 20871, 20872 (part), 20874 (part), 21029, 21036, 21043 (part), 21048, 21074 (part), 21080, 
21088, 21104> 21107, 21155 (partX 21157, 21163 (part), 21502, 21520-24, 21528-32, 21536, 21538-43, 21545, 21550, 
21555-57, 21560-62, 21701, 2171O-11, 21713-23. 21725, 21727, 21733-38, 21740, 21750, 21754-59, 21762, 21764-71, 
21773-84, 21787-88, 21790-95, 21797-98, 26726 (part) 



SEVENTH DISTRICT 

KWEISI MFUME, Democrat, of Baltimore, MD; born in Baltimore, October 24, 1948; 
attended Baltimore city public schools; B.S. (magna cum laude), Morgan State University, 
Baltimore, 1976; M.A., Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, 1984; member, Baltimore 
city council 1979-86; assistant professor, Morgan State University; program director, 
WEAA-FM Radio; member: Pi Sigma Alpha National Political Honor Society, NAACP, 
and Baltimore Council on Foreign Affairs; very active in civil affairs and recipient of 
numerous community awards; divorced; five sons: Donald, Kevin, Keith, Ronald, and 
Michael; elected to the 100th Congress, November 4, 1986; reelected November 8, 1988, 

128 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2007 225-4741 



3000 Druid Park Drive, Baltimore, MD 21215.". . (301) 367-1900 

District Director. Ruth Simms. 

2203 North Charles Street, Baltimore, MD 21218 , (301) 235-2700 

Suite 106, 1825 Woodlawn Drive, Baltimore, MD 21207 (301) 298-5997 



Ctty of Bdtiawre: Wards 5, 7, and 1O-2O; want 4, precincts 2 and 3; wani 6, precincts 1-5; ward 8, precincts 4-13; 
ward 9, precincts 1-6 and S-17; ward 27, precincts 41-58, 63, 64, and 92-101; ward 28, precinct* 2-20. BALTIMORE 



MARYLAND 102d Congress 141 

COUNTY: Election district 1, precincts 1-6; election district 2, precincts 1-5 and 11; election district 3, precinct 1. 
Population (1980), 527,485. 

ZIP Codes: 21163 (part), 21200 (part), 21201-02, 21205, 21207 (part), 21208 (part), 21209 (part), 21210 (part), 21211 
(part), 21212 (part), 21213 (part), 21215 (part), 21216-17, 21218 (part), 21223 (part), 21224 (part), 21228 (part), 
21229 (part), 21235, 21239 (part), 21241 ^ 



* * * 



EIGHTH DISTRICT 

CONSTANCE A. MORELLA, Republican, of Bethesda, MD; born in Somerville, 
MA. February 12, 1931; graduated, Somerville High School, 1948; A.B., Boston Universi- 
ty, 1954; M.A., The American University, Washington, DC, 1967; professor, Montgomery 
College, 1970-86; delegate, Maryland General Assembly, 1979-86; member, National Ad- 
visory Board of The American University; trustee, Capitol College, Laurel MD.; 
member, Montgomery United Way Council; member, Advisory Council of the Montgom- 
ery Hospice Society; member, Honorary Board of the National Kidney Foundation; mar- 
ried to Anthony C. Morella, 1954; 3 children: Paul, Mark, and Laura; guardian of 6 chil- 
dren of late sister: Christine, Catherine, Louise, Paul, Rachel, and Ursula; elected to the 
100th Congress, November 4, 1986; reelected to each succeeding Congress* 

Office Listings 

1024 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2008 225-5341 

Administrative AssistantDavid Nathan. 

Executive Assistant Patricia Donnelly. 

Legislative Director. Cindy Hall. 
Suite 302, 11141 Georgia Avenue, Wheaton, MD 20902 (301) 946-6801 

District Director. Mary Z. Brown. 

Assistant Director. Minnie Anderson, 



Montgomery County: Cities and towns of Bethesda, Brookeville, Burtonsville, Chevy Chase, Derwood, Gaithersburg, 
Garrett Park, Germantown (part), Kensington, Olney, Potomac (part), Rockville, Silver Spring, Takoma Park, 
Washington Grove, and Wheaton. Population (1980), 528,036. 

ZIP Codes: 20707 (part), 20812-18, 20832, 20833 (part), 20838 (part), 20842 (part), 20850 (part), 20851-53, 20854 
(part), 20855 (part), 20856-58, 20860-62, 20866, 20868, 20872 (part), 20874 (part), 20877-80, 20895-96, 20898-904, 
20906-08, 20910-12 



j42 Congressional Directory MASSACHUSETTS 

MASSACHUSETTS 

(Population, 198O census, 5,737,037) 

SENATORS 

F?rWART> M KENNEDY, Democrat, of Hyannis Port, MA; born in Boston, MA. 
February^ 1932, son of Joseph P. and Rose R Kennedy; Milton Academy 1950; Har- 
vSTSege, A.B., 1956; International Law School, The Hague, the Netherlands, 1958; 
Utfvenfc "of Virginia Law School, LJL.B., 1959; three chUdren: Kara, Edward M., Jr., 
and Patrick J.; enlisted in the U.S. Army as a private and served m France and Germany 
5v iQSi tr 1953- elected to the Senate, November 6, 1962, to fill unexpired term of his 
broTher Joto F Ke^S Selected November 3, 1964, November 3 1970, November 2, 
1976 November 2, 1982, and November 8, 1988; chairman, Labor and Human Resources 
Committee; member: Judiciary, Armed Services, and Joint Economic Committees. 

Office Listings 

315 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-2101 224-4543 

Administrative Assistant. Ranny Cooper. FAX: 224-24 7 

Legislative Director. Carey Parker. TDD 224-1819 

John P ^e^^edeS l BS^^400~A, Boston. MA 02203 (617) 565-3170 

Administrative Assistant. Barbara Souliotis. 



JOHN F. KERRY, Democrat, of Boston, MA; born in Denver, CO, December 11, 
1943- graduated, St. Paul's School, Concord, NH, 1962; graduated, Yale University, New 
HavenT CT, B.A., 1966; graduated, Boston College Law School, Boston, MA, J.D., 1976; 
served, U.S. Navy, discharged with rank of lieutenant, decorations: Silver Star, Bronze 
Star with Combat "V*, three Purple Hearts, various theatre campaign decorations; attor- 
ney, admitted to Massachusetts Bar, 1976; appointed first assistant district attorney, Mid- 
dlesex County, 1977; elected, Lieutenant Governor, Massachusetts, 1982; elected to the 
U.S. Senate November 6, 1984 for the 6-year term beginning January 3, 1985. 

Office listings 

421 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-2102 224-2742 

Administrative Assistant. Frances A. Zwenig. 

Legislative Director. Tim Barnjcle. 

Personal Secretary. Patricia Ferronc. 
Transportation Building, Room 322O, Ten Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116 (617) 565-8519 

Staff Director. Patricia Foley. 

143 State Street, Springfield, MA 011O3 (413) 785-4610 

Suite 264, 53 North 6th Street, New Bedford, MA 02740 (508) 994-7651 

Suite 311, 222 Miffiken Place, Fall River, MA 02722 (508) 677-0522 



REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 
Office Listings 



[VACANT.] 



First District of Massachusetts, Hl-516 O'Neill House Office Building 

Washington, DC 2Q515-21O1 225-5335 

Berkshire Cowty: AD cities and towns. FRANKUN COUNTY: All towns. HAMPDEN COUNTY: Cities of Hoi yoke and 
Westfield. Towns of Agawam, Blandford. Chester, Granville, Montgomery, Russell, Southwick, Tolland, and West 
Springfield. HAMPSHIRE COUNTY: City of Northampton. All towns. WORCESTER COUNTY; Towns of Athol, 
Petersham, Phiffipston, Royabton. Templeton, and Wincheodoa. Population (1980), 524.010. 



MASSACHUSETTS 102d Congress 143 

ZIP Codes: 01O01-O2, 01004, 01007-08, 01011-12, 01022 (part) 01026-27 01029-30 01032 35 01038-41 Otoso 

~* n ~~> fjt ninrn ^i ninff 11/WL^3 rtlrt^< nint-i nTn^r*^^ * V/IWAW ^/, ViU*> JU, UIUJ^ JO, UlUJC 41, UlUDU, 

jiu/u /j, U1O75, 01077, 01079, 01082 (part) 01084 86 01089 9O 01O93 94 O1096 98 
l^^ol^TToUTT 9 "" 51 ' 1>354 ~ 55 ' 01 ' 360 ' 01 ' 364 ' 013 ^-70, 01373, 01375-76, 01379-80! 



SECOND DISTRICT 

RICHARD E. NEAL, Democrat, of Springfield, MA; born in Springfield, on Febru- 
ary 14, 1949; attended public school system, Springfield; graduated, Springfield Technical 
High School, 1968; B.A., American International College, Springfield, 1972; M.A., Uni- 
versity of Hartford Barney School of Business and Public Administration, CT, 1976; in- 
structor and lecturer; assistant to mayor of city of Springfield, 1973-78; elected member 
of Springfield City Council, 1978-84; elected mayor, city of Springfield, 1984-88; 
member: Massachusetts Mayors' Association; Adult Education Council; American Inter- 
national College Alumni Association; Boys' Club Alumni Association; Emily Bill Athletic 
Association; Cancer Crusade; John Boyle O'Reilly Club; United States Conference of 
Mayors; Valley Press Club; Solid Waste Advisory Committee for the State of Massachu- 
setts; Committee on Leadership and Government; Mass Jobs Council; trustee: Springfield 
Libraries and Museums Association; Springfield Red Cross, Springfield YMCA; married 
to the former Maureen Conway; four children: Rory Christopher, Brendan Conway, 
Maura Katherine, and Sean Richard; elected on November 8, 1988, to the 101st Congress; 
reelected to the 102d Congress, November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

437 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2102 225-5601 

Administrative Assistant. Morgan Broman. FAX: 225-8112 

Executive Assistant. Ann Brozek. 

Press Secretary. Bill Tranghese. 
Federal Building, Room 309, 1550 Main Street, Springfield, MA 01103-1422... (413) 785-0325 

District Manager. James Leydon. 
881 Main Street, Fitchbury, MA 01420-1000 (508) 342-8722 



Hampden County: Cities of Chicopee and Springfield. Towns of Bnmfield, East Longmeadow, Hampden, Holland, 
Longmeadow, Ludlow, Monson, Palmer, Wales, and Wilbraham. WORCESTER COUNTY: Cities of Fitchburg, 
Gardner, and Leommster. Towns of Barre, Brookfield, Charlton, Dudley, East Brookfield, Hardwick, Holden, 
Hubbardston, New Braintree, North Brookfield, Oakham, Oxford, Paxton, Princeton, Rutland, Southbridge, Spen- 
cer, Sterling, Sturbridge, Warren, Webster, West Brookfield, and Westminster. Population (1980), 520,479. 

ZIP Codes: 01005, 01009-10, 01013-14, 01O2O-21, O1022 (part), 01028, 01031, 01036-37, 01056-57, 01068-69, 01074, 
01080-81, 01082 (part), 01083, 01092, 01095, 01100-01, 01103-09, 01115-16, 01118-19, 01128-29, 01138-39, 01151, 
01420 (part), 01440 (part), 01452-53, 01473, 01506-09, 01515, 01517-18, 01520, 01522, 01531, 01532 0?art), 01535, 
01537, 01540-41, 01543, 01550, 01562, 01564, 01566, 01570, 01585, 01602 (part), 01612 



THIRD DISTRICT 

JOSEPH D. EARLY, Democrat, Worcester, MA; born in Worcester, January 31, 
1933; son of the late George F. and Mary V. (Lally) Early; educated in Worcester" at 
Blessed Sacrament Grammar School, St. John's High School, and College of the Holy 
Cross B.S. in business administration, 1955; captain of the Holy Cross Crusaders Basket- 
ball Team, 1954-55; Naval ROTC Holy Cross College, 4 years; commissioned ensign, 
U.S. Navy, June 1955; intelligence officer aboard destroyer U.S.S. Dashiell, 2 years; re- 
leased to inactive duty as lieutenant (jg-); teacher at St. John's Preparatory School in 
Shrewsbury, MA; teacher-coach at David Prouty High School, Spencer, MA, 1959-63; 
elected to the Massachusetts House of Representatives, 21st Worcester District, for six 
successive terms, 1963-74; served as vice chairman of the house ways and means commit- 
tee for two terms; elected to the 94th Congress, November 5, 1974; reelected to each 
succeeding Congress, representing the Third Congressional District of Massachusetts; 
member of the House Appropriations Committee; Subcommittees on State, Justice, Com- 
merce, and Judiciary; Labor/HEW; and Treasury, Postal Service and General Govern- 
ment; member of the Executive Committee of the Democratic National Congressional 
Committee; received honorary doctor of laws degree, June 1975, Central New England 



14 4 Congressional Directory MASSACHUSETTS 

College of Technology (Worcester); honorary doctor of laws degree, Worcester St* 
College, May 1978; married to the former Marilyn Powcis and father of eight chUdrea 

Office Listings 

9349 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, IX- 2O5I5 2IO3 . 225-6101 

Administrative Assistant. Fred Rhodes FAX. 225-3181 

Appointment Secretary, Diedre McMorns 

Appropriations Staff. Jan Oliver. 

Room 203, 34 Mechanic Street, Worcester, MA 01608 ... (jog) 752-6718 

Executive Assistant Paul Nordberg FAX. 831-9918 



GHmty: City of Marlborough Town* of Ashland, Holtuum. Hnnkinkm. Hudwn, Shcfborn Shirlev .^ 
cvvoRFOi-K COUNTY: Town* of BcUmghant. Frmnklm, Medway, Mifhk, and Norfolk WOKCLSTER CouwS 
Citv of Worcester. Towns of Auburn. Berlin* Blackttwwr. Bolton. Boyhuni. Chnton, Douglas, Grafton Honabb 
Lancaster, Leicester, Luncnburg, Mcndon, Milforcl, Mtltbwry, MilJvillr. Northbnrnugh. Northbndge, Shre\X? 
Southborough, Sutton, Upton. Uxbndge, Wn Boyhton. and Wc*tborowgh Population (I**0), 521^354 ^' 

CP Codes: 01420 (part), 01433 (part), 01462, 01464, OlSOI. OtttH-05. OI51O, 01516, 0151*), 01523-27, 01529 015 
arSoi534, O1536, O1538-39, 01542, Oi$45, 01S49. 0156O 61, 0196ft 6^, 01581, O1MO. 01587-88. OlSooiffll 
01602 (part), 01603-11, 01613, OI72I, OI74O, 01745-49, 01752, 01756^57. t)l77a 01772, 01775. 01784, 02019* 02038 
02053-54, 02056 



FOURTH DISTRICT 

BARNEY FRANK, Democrat, of Newton, MA; born in Bayonne, NJ, March 31, 
1940* attended the public schools; graduated, Bayonne High School, 1957; B.A., Harvard 
College, 1962; graduate student in political science, Harvard University, 1962-67; teach- 
ing fellow in Government, Harvard College, 1963-66; J,D., Harvard University, 1977; ad- 
mitted to the Massachusetts Bar in 1979; executive assistant to Mayor Kevin White of 
Boston, 1968-71; administrative assistant to U.S. Congressman Michael F, Harrington, 
1971-72; member, Massachusetts Legislature, 1973-80; elected lo the 97th Congress, No- 
vember 4, 1980; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 



2404 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 205I5-2104.. ,. 225-5931 

Administrative Assistant, Peter Kovar, 

Office Manager/Personal Secretary. Maria Giesta. 
437 Cherry Street, West Newton, MA 02165 (617) 332-3920 

District Director. Dorothy Reichard. 

10 Purchase Street, Fall River, MA 02722 (508) 674-3551 

140 Park Street, Attleboro, MA 02703 (508) 226-4723 



Bristol Co?*y=Sf l ^'^ tt Jf b g ro "^ P P River ' Town of >cy Freetown, Manfld, North Attleborough, 
Norton, g^?^^"*^ %* ST ^ f 3 f ****> ** Wettport. Mit>oi>;^x aHl^^rY : City of Newton. Town of 
r^WreSS^ Foxborough, Medfkld, PtavUI^ Sh^on, Walpol, 



FIFTH DISTRICT 

CHESTER G. ATKINS, Democrat, of Concord, MA; born in Geneva, Switzerland, 
i 14. 1948; graduated, O^cord-Carlisle High School, Concord, MA, June 1966; 
science, Antioch College, Yellow Springs, OH, 1970; elected to the Massa- 
B > ^"s^fcves, 1970-71; elected to the Massachusetts State Senate, 
tf'wJr^? **%*? Democr *tte State Committee, 1977-90; married the 
Tvzl^iJZZ f 1 " 3 ^?* ^^y and Dean; elected to the 99th Congress on 
1984; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 



MASSACHUSETTS 102d Congress 145 

Office Listings 

123 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2105 225-341 1 

Administrative Assistant. Linda J. Hartke. 

Legislative Director. Dalena Wright. 

Press Secretary. Mark Provost. 
Suite 320, 134 Middle Street, Lowell, MA 01852 (508) 459-0101 

District Director. Steve Conant, 



Essex County: City of Lawrence. Towns of Andover and Methuen. MIDDLESEX COUNTY: City of Lowell. Towns of 
Acton, Ashby, Ayer, Bedford, Boxborough, Carlisle, Chelmsford, Concord, Dracut, Dunstable, Framingham, 
Groton, Lincoln, Littleton, Maynard, Pepperell, Sudbury, Townsend, Tyngsborough, Wayland, Westford, and 
Weston. WORCESTER COUNTY: Towns of Ashburnham and Harvard. Population (1980), 518,313. 

ZIP Codes: 01420 (part), 0143O-32. O1433 (part), 01437, 01450-51, 01460, 01463, 01466-67, 01469, 01472, 01474, 
01701, 01718-20, 01730, 01741-42, 01754. O1773, O1776, 01778, 01810, 01824, 01826-27, 01840 (part), 01841-44, 
01845 (part), 0185O-54, 01863, O1876 (part), O1879, 01886, 02193 



SIXTH DISTRICT 

NICHOLAS MAVROULES, Democrat, of Peabody, MA; born in Peabody, MA, No- 
vember 1, 1929; attended the public schools; graduated, Peabody High School, 1947; su- 
pervisor of personnel, Sylvania Electronics Corp., 1949-67; elected ward councillor, Pea- 
body, 1958-61; elected councillor at large, Peabody, 1964-65; mayor of Peabody, 1967- 
79; member: Massachusetts Mayor's Association, Kiwanis Club, Rotary Club; recipient of 
the David Ben Gurion Award from the State of Israel; married to the former Mary Silva, 
1950; three daughters: Debbie, Gail, and Brenda; elected to the 96th Congress, November 
7, 1978; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2432 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2106 225-8020 

Administrative Assistant. Grace Waters. 

Executive Assistant. Kim Mack. 

140 Union Street, Lynn, MA O1902 (617) 599-7105 

70 Washington Street, Salem, MA 01970 (508) 745-5800 

District Manager. Michael Greenstein. 
10 Welcome Street, HaverhiU, MA O1830 (508) 372-3461 



Essex County: Cities of Beverly, Gloucester, Haverhill, Lynn. Newburyport, Peabody, and Salem. Towns of 
Amesbury, Boxford, Oanvers, Rvtri, Georgetown. Groveland, Hamilton, Ipswich, Lynnfield, Manchester, Marble- 
head, Merrimac, Middlcton, Nahant, Newbury, North Andover, Rockport, Rowley, Salisbury, Saugus, Swamps- 
cott, Topsfield, Wenham, and West Newbury, MIDDLESEX COUNTY: Town of North Reading. Population (1980), 
518,841. 

ZIP Codes: 0183O-35. O1840 (part), 01845 (part), 01860, 01864, 01885, 01901-08, 01913, 01915, 01921-23, 01929-31, 
01936-38, 01940. 01944-45, O1949-52, 01960-61, 01964-66, 01969-71, 01982-85 



SEVENTH DISTRICT 

EDWARD J. MARKEY, Democrat, of Maiden, MA; born in Maiden, July 11, 1946; 
graduated, Maiden Catholic High School, 1964; B.A., Boston (MA) College, 1968; J.D., 
Boston College Law School, 1972; lawyer, served in the U.S. Army Reserves, 1968-73; 
member, Massachusetts House of Representatives, 1973-76; elected to the 94th Congress, 
November 2, 1976, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Representative Torbert H. 
Macdonald, and at the same time elected to the 95th Congress; reelected to each succeed- 
ing Congress. 



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2133 Raybum House Office Buildmg Washington, DC 20515-2107 .......... 225-2836 

Administrative Assistant.-David Mouiton. 
Executive Assistant -Nancy Mornssey. 

MA 2203 ............ (617) 565 - 2900 



~ f r? .*+ KfoiHim Medford Melrose, and Woburn Towns of BiHcnca, Bur 



ZIP Codes: 01801, 01803, 01821-22. 01862, 01865-67, 01876 (part), 01880, 01887-88 01890. 02148-53, 02155-56, 
02173, 02*176, 02180 



* * * 



EIGHTH DISTRICT 

P. KENNEDY II, Dem^rat, of Brighton MA ^"B 



Condon November 4, 1986; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

1208 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2108 .............. 225-5111 

Administrative Assistant. Bill Cunningham. 

Ttatsssr^sssMK 

District Director.James Mahoney. 






NINTH DISTRICT 



JOE MOAKLEY, Democrat, of South Boston, MA; born April 27, 1927; S^uated 
from Suffolk University Law School, 1956 with doctor of junsprudence; served m the 
U S Navy, 1943-46; member: Massachusetts and Washington, DC Bar; began the prac- 
tice of law in Boston, MA, 1957; elected to the Massachusetts House of ^P^ 86 ^^^' 
1952, and served as Democratic majority whip, 1957; elected to the Massachusetts .State 
Senate, 1964; member, Boston City Council, 1971; honorary doctorate, public administra- 
tion from Suffolk University, 1977; honorary doctorate of laws, New England School 01 
Law; honorary doctorate, political science, Northeastern University; married fcveiyn 
Duffy of Cambridge, MA, 1957; elected to the 93d Congress, November 7, 1972; reelect- 
ed to each succeeding Congress; chairman, Rules Committee; deputy whip. 

Office Listings 

221 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2109 ??~?R<H 

Administrative Assistant. John Weinfurter. FAX: 225- /su* 

Personal Assistant. James McGovern. 

Office Manager. Kelly Timilty. - 09ft 

World Trade Center, Suite 220, Boston, MA 02110 (617) 565-29ZU 

District Manager. Roger Kineavy. ,. 

Crocker Building, 4 Court Street, Taunton, MA 02780 (617) 824-6670 



MASSACHUSETTS 102d Congress 14J 



* ' NORFOLK COUNTY Towns of Canton, 

^ ^?^' Md W twood - PLYMOUTH COUNTY Towns of Bndgewater, Halifax, 
SUFFOUC COUNTV: Ctey of Boston Wards 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11. 12, 13, 14, 19, and 20. 

ZIP Codes: 02021, 02026, 02062, 02072, 02090, 02101-07. 02108 (part), 02109 (narO 02110-13 02114 hart) O2118 
02119 (part). 0212O-21. 02124 (part), 02125. 02126 (part), W 1 2^021 30 u21 3^(0^1) 02132; 02 67 SS) 02 92 
02194. 02324, O2334. O2338, 02346-47. 02356. 02375. 02576 (part) , "' 



TENTH DISTRICT 

GERRY E. STUDDS, Democrat, of Cohasset, MA; born in Mineola, NY, May 12, 
1937; attended public schools in Cohasset and Derby Academy in Hingham, MA; Yale 
University, B.A, in American studies, 1959; M.A.T. in history, 1961; Foreign Service Of- 
ficer, Department of State, 1961-62; member, President Kennedy's White House staff, 
1962-63 serving as executive assistant to William R. Anderson, the Presidential Consult- 
ant for a Domestic Peace Corps; legislative assistant to U.S. Senator Harrison A. Wil- 
liams, Jr., 1964; taught American history, government, and politics at St. Paul's School, 
Concord, NH, 1965-69; delegate, 1968, Democratic National Convention; Office of the 
President, University of Massachusetts, 1971; elected to the 93d Congress, November 7, 
1972; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

237 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-21 10 225-31 1 1 

Administrative Assistant/Press Secretary. Steven Schwadron. FAX: 225-2212 

Post Office Building, New Bedford, MA 0274O (508) 999-1251 

Regional Representative. Kevin Gallagher. 
Suite 6, Barstow's Landing, 2 Columbia Road, Pembroke, MA 02359 (617) 826-3866 

Regional Representative. Mary Lou Butler. 
146 Main Street, Hyannis, MA 02601 (508) 771-0666 

Regional Representative. Mark Forest. 



ly: All towns. BRISTOL COUNTY: City of New Bedford. Towns of Acushnet, Dartmouth, and 
Fairhaven, DUKE COUNTY: All towns. NANTUCKET COUNTY: Town of Nantucket. NORFOLK COUNTY. Town of 
Cohasset. PLYMOUTH COUNTY: Towns of Carver, Duxbury, Hanover, Hanson, Hingham, Hull, Kingston, Marion, 
Marshfield, Mattapoisett, Norwell, Pembroke, Plymouth, Plympton, Rochester, Scituate, and Wareham. Population 
(1980), 522^00. F 

ZIP Code.: 02018. O2G20, 02025, 02O4O-41, 02043, 02045, 02047, 02050-51, 02055, 02059-61, 02065-66, 02327, 02330- 
32, 02339, 02341. 02345, 02350, 02355, 02358-61, 02364, 02366-67, 02370 (part), 02381, 02399, 02532, 02534-43, 
02552-54, 02556-59, 02561-65, 02568, 02571, 02573-75, 02576 (part), 02584, 02601, 02630-33, 02635-39, 02641-53, 
02655, 02657, O2659-64. 02666-73, 02675, O2713-14, 02717 (part), 02719, 02738-48, 02760, 02762 (part), 02763 
(part), 02770, 02790 



ELEVENTH DISTRICT 

BRIAN J. DONNELLY, Democrat, of Dorchester, MA; born in Dorchester, MA, 
March 2, 1946; attended private schools; graduated from Catholic Memorial High School, 
1963; B.S., Boston University, 1970; graduate work, Boston University, 1970; teacher and 
coach, Boston public schools; member, Massachusetts State Legislature, 1973-78; served 
as assistant majority leader, 1977-78; married to the former Virginia Norton, 1976; two 
children: Lauren and Brian; 1981 Outstanding Young Leader, Greater Boston Jaycees; 
member: U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, Board of Visitors; advisory committee, Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts School of Engineering; elected to the 96th Congress, November 
7, 1978; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 



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Office Listings 

2229 Rayburn House Office Buildmg, Washington, DC 20515-2111 225-3215 

Executive Assistant. Kathleen Raftery 

Legislative Assistant. Chris Hellman. 

Legislative Director. Thomas Barker. 

Press Secretary.--Gary G^ 5 - (617) 472-1800 

47 Hancock Street, Q umcv \MA 02169 (508) 583-6300 

144 Main Street, Brockton, MA 02401 






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Smte 200, 623 Ludingtoi . E**naba, MI 49829 (906) 789-0052 

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REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 



JOHN CONYERS, JR., Democrat, of Detroit, MI; born May 16, 1929, in Detroit, MI, 
son of John and Lucille Conyers; educated in Detroit public school system; graduated 
from Wayne State University (B.A. 1957); graduated from Wayne State Law School 
(LL B June 1958); served as officer in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, served 1 year 
in Korea; awarded combat and merit citations; unmarried; engaged in many civil rights 
and labor activities; legislative assistant to Congressman John D. Dingell, December 1958 
to May 1961; appointed Referee for the Workmen's Compensation Department, State of 
Michigan, by Governor John B. Swainson in October 1961; former vice chairman of 
Americans for Democratic Action; vice chairman of National Advisory Council of 
A.C.L.U.; elected to 89th Congress, November 3, 1964; reelected to each succeeding 
Congress; chairman, Committee on Government Operations; member, Judiciary Commit- 
tee; chairman, Subcommittee on Legislation and National Security. 

Office Listings 

2426 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2201 ??J"5i?S 

Legislative Assistant. Janis Hazel. FAX: 225-0072 

Office Manager. Joann Wright. 

Legislative Assistant Agnieszka Fryszman. ,,,,**., 

Federal Building, Room 669, 231 West Lafayette, Detroit, MI 48226 (313) 961-5670 

FAX: 226-2085 



City of Highland Park. City of Detroit: That part which lies within * hne beginning at Eight Mile and Evergreen, east 
on city limits to Eureka, south to East Outer Dnve, cast to Bloom, south to Lantz, east to Buffalo, south to 
Emery, east to Mound, south to Seven Mile, west to Fenelon, south to Nevada, west to Conant, south to northern 
Hamtramck and Detroit city limits, west to along city limits to eastern Highland Park and Detroit city limits, 
north, west, and south along city limits to West Davison, west to Lmwood, north to Pasadena, west to Lawton, 
north to Oakman Boulevard, west to Dexter, south to Pasadena, east to Wildemere, south to West Davison, west 
to Dexter, south to Courtland, west to Livernois, south to Canadian National Railroad, southwest to 1-75, west to 
the Rouge River, north to city limits to Joy Road, east on Joy Road to Evergreen, north to Jeffries Freeway, east 
to Southfield, north to McNichols, west to Warwick, north to West Outer Drive, west to Orandville, north to 
Santa Clara, west to Huntington, north to Curtis, west to Edinborough, south to Santa Clara, west to Evergreen, 
north on Evergreen to city limits to point of beginning. Population 0980), 514,560. 

ZIP Codes: 48203, 48204 (part), 48206 (part), 48209 (part), 48210 (part), 48212 (part), 48219 (part), 48221 (part), 
48227, 48228 (part), 48234 (part), 48235, 48238 (part), 48239 (part) 



SECOND DISTRICT 

CARL D. PURSELL, Republican, of Plymouth, MI; born December 19, 1932; grad- 
uated, Plymouth High School, 1951; graduated, Eastern Michigan University, B.A. 
1957, M.A. 1962; served in U.S. Army, 1957-59, infantry officer; U.S. Army Reserves 
through 1965; former educator and small business owner; past president, Plymouth Cham- 
ber of Commerce; past member, Jaycees; member, Kiwanis; elected member of Wayne 
County Board of Commissioners, 1969-70; member, Michigan Senate, 1971-76; member, 
State senate appropriations committee; married Peggy Jean Brown, 1956; three children: 
Philip, Mark, and Kathleen; elected to the 95th Congress, November 2, 1976; reelected to 
each succeeding Congress; member of Committee on Appropriations. 



MICHIGAN 102d Congress 151 

Office Listings 

1414 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2202 225-4401 

Administrative Assistant. William R. McBride. 
361 West Eisenhower Parkway, Ann Arbor, MI 48103 (313) 761-7727 

District Director. Cynthia H. Hudgins. 

Press Secretary. Gary M. Gates. 



Hfllsdale County. Branch County: Townships of Butler and Quincy. JACKSON COUNTY: That part not contained in the 
Sixth District. LENAWEE COUNTY: That part not contained in the Sixteenth District. WASHTENAW COUNTY: That 
part not contained in the Fifteenth District. WAYNE COUNTY: That part not contained in the Thirteenth, 
Fourteenth, Fifteenth, Sixteenth, and Seventeenth Districts. Population (1980), 514,560. 

ZIP Code*: 48103 (part), 48104-05, 48107, 48115, 48118, 48130, 48137 (part), 48150 (part), 48152, 48158. 48167 (part), 
48169 (part). 48170 (part), 48175, 48176 (part), 48178 (part), 48189 (part), 48191 (part), 48197 (part), 49082 (part), 
49201 (part), 49202-04, 49220, 49221 (part), 49224 (part), 49227, 49229 (part), 49230-35, 49236 (part), 49237, 49239- 
42, 49245 (part), 49246-47, 49248 (part), 49249-50, 49252 (part), 49253-54, 49255 (part), 49256-58, 49259 (part), 
49261-63, 49264 (part), 49265-66, 49269 (part), 49271, 49273749274 (part), 49278-83, 49284 (part), 49285 (part), 
49286 (part), 49287-89 



THIRD DISTRICT 

HOWARD WOLPE, Democrat, of Lansing, MI; born in Los Angeles, CA, November 
2, 1939; attended the public schools of Los Angeles; graduated from University High 
School, Los Angeles, 1956; attended Reed College, Portland, OR, 1956-60; Ph.D., Massa- 
chusetts Institute of Technology, 1967; teacher and author; associate professor, Western 
Michigan University, 1967-72; regional representative to U.S. Senator Donald Riegle of 
Michigan, 1976-78; member, Michigan State Legislature, 1972-76; Kalamazoo City Com- 
missioner, 1969-72; elected to the 96th Congress, November 7, 1978; reelected to each 
succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

1535 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2203 225-5011 

Administrative Assistant Marda Robillard. FAX: 225-8602 

Legislative Director. Aino K. English. 

Office Manager. Sarah F. Lisenby. , f +^^ f , rt 

707 Academy Street, Kalamazoo, MI 49007 (616) 385-0039 

District Administrator. Deb Christenson. 

P.O. Box 1202, Battle Creek, MI 49016-1202 (616) 961-4576 

Hollister Building, Suite 206, 106 Allegan Street, Lansing, MI 48933. (517) 482-9386 



,wn U c*: Calhoun and Eaton. BARRY COUNTY: That part not contained in the Fifth District. INGHAM COUNTY: That 
part not contained in the Sixth District. KALAMAZOO COUNTY: That part not contained in the Fourth District. 
Population (1980), 514,560. 

,. 48876, 48890 (part), 
49002 (part), 49003-04, 
49050-53, 49058 (part), 



49007-0949011 (part), 49012, 49014-17, 42-, , 

49060, 49067 (part)r49068, 49071 (part). 49072 (part), 49073 



, , , , 

), 49074, 49076-77 49078 ! teart) 49080 



, , , , 

(part)r49068, 49071 (part). 49072 (part), 49073 fct 
(part). 49088, 49092 (part), 49094 (part), 49096, 49097 
49284 (part), 49344 (part) 




49060, 49067 (part)49068, 49071 (part. part, , , - 

49083^ 49087 (part). 49088, 49092 (part), 49094 (part), 49096, 49097 (part), 49224 (part), 49245 (part), 49252 

49264 (part), 



FOURTH DISTRICT 

FREDERICK S. UPTON, Republican, of St. Joseph, MI; born in St. Joseph on April 
23, 1953; attended St. Joseph public schools; graduated, Shattuck School, Fairbault, MN, 
1971- B A., journalism, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1975; field manager Dave 
Stockman Campaign, 1976; staff member, Congressman Dave Stockman, 1976-80; legisla- 
tive assistant, Office of Management and Budget, 1981-83; deputy director of Legslative 
Atonir^3-84; Erector of Legislative Affa5s-OMB, 198^-85; member: First Congre- 
gational Church, Emil Verban Society; married to the former Amey Rulon-Miller in 
" ^SrSeSSr to the 100th Congress on November 4, 1986; reelected November 8, 1988. 



152 Congressional Directory 



MICHIGAN 



Office Listings 

1713 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 2051 5-2204 225-3761 

Administrative Assistant. Lynn S. Sachs. FAX: 225-4986 

Press Secretary . Joan Hillebrands 
Personal Assistant Brynne Crowe 

421 Main Street, St. Joseph, MI 49085 . ..(616)982-1986 

P.O. Box 425, Three Rivers, MI 49093 (616) 273-9122 

P.O. Box 1917, Holland, MI 49423-1917 (616) 394-4900 



Counties: Bernen, Cass, St. Joseph, and Van Buren Ai L*,GAN COUNTY That part not contained m the Fifth District 
BRANCH COUNTY: AH but the townships of Butler and Qutncy K,ALAMA/OO COUNTY Cuy of Portage, that part 
beginning at the city limit and Oakland Drive, south along Oakland to Miihm Road, cast to the New York 
Central Railroad, southerly to East Center* east to Weslndgc, south to Melody, west to Dolphin, south to 
Crocket, easterly to Westnedge, south to Osterhout* east to Marylynn, south to Cora Drive, easterly and north to 
Osterhout, east to Dundale, south to Sudan, easterly and north to Osterhowt, east to Wetherfield West, south to 
Wetfaerfield East, easterly, and north to Osterhout, east to Portage Road, south to city Hmit, we<tt, north, and east 
along the city Hmit to the point of beginning, township of Schoolcraft OTTAWA COUNTY- That part not contained 
m the Ninth District Population (1980), 514,560 

ZIP Codes: 49001 (part), 49002 (part), 49010 (part), 4901 1 (part), 49013, 4<X>22, 49026-28, 49030-32, 49036, 49038-40, 
49042-43, 49045, 49047, 49055-57, 49061-66, 49067 (part), 49070, 49071 (part). 49072 (part), 49075, 49078 (part), 
49079, 49080 (part), 49081, 49082 (part), 49084-85, 49087 (part), 49089-91. 49092 (part), 49093, 49094 (part), 49095, 
49097 (part), 49098-99, 49101-04, 49106-07, 49111-17, 49119-20, 49125-3O, 49255 (part), 49274 (part), 49328 (part), 
49344 (part), 49406, 49408, 49416-17, 49419 (part), 49423 (part), 49424 (part), 49434, 49450, 49453, 49464 (part) 



FIFTH DISTRICT 

PAUL B. HENRY, Republican, of Grand Rapids, MI; born in Chicago, IL, July 9, 
1942; graduated Pasadena High School, Pasadena, CA, 1959; B.A., Wheaton College, IL, 
1963; M.A., Duke University, Durham, NC, 1968; Ph.D., Duke University, 1970; U.S. 
Peace Corps volunteer in Liberia and Ethiopia, 1963-65; instructor in political science at 
Duke University, 1969-70; professor of political science at Calvin College, 1970-78; 
member: Michigan State Board of Education, 1975-78; Michigan State House of Repre- 
sentatives, 1979-82; Michigan State Senate, 1983-84; former chairman, Kent County Re- 
publican Party; former chairman, Fifth District Republican Party; member, LaGrave 
Avenue Christian Reformed Church, married to the former Karen Anne Borthistle, 1965; 
three children: Kara Elizabeth, Jordan Mark, and Megan Anne; elected to the 99th Con- 
gress on November 6, 1984; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

215 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2205 225-3831 

Administrative Assistant. Mary Lobisco. 

Office Manager.Loraine Kehl. 
166 Federal Building, Grand Rapids, MI 49503 (616) 451-8383 

District Administrator. Anne Knox. 



^i^^LSn y ^ : *%*** of Dorr, Heath, Hopkins, Leighton, Monterey, Overisel, Salem, and 

rfe WV^nf 2 nTT ? ty f **"**&'> townships of Carlton, Castlcton, Hasting*, Irving, Rutland, Thornap- 
Th^^SSSftJJ"? !? Cee ^ pr S gS 'u I ?? IA CO"**' T* 1 * P^ not contained in the Ninth District. KENT COUNTY: 
Po^ulSSn (1980;) 1^14*560 District. NEWAYGO COUNTY: That part not contained in the Ninth District. 



r (Part), 48875 (part), 48881 

SSlS m^'i?? , 10 ^L 49046 (part >' 49058 <P art >' 49073 <Part>' *>301-02, 49306, 49311, 49314, 

933 49321 ' 49323 ' 49325 ' 49327 <Prt>/4932S <P*rt), 49329 (part), 49330 

49344 <*** 49345 ' 4934 *> 49403 ^ 49418 <">*>' 49419 



MICHIGAN 102d Congress 153 

SIXTH DISTRICT 

BOB CARR, Democrat, of East Lansing, MI, born in Janesville, WI, on March 27, 
1943; attended public schools of Janesville; graduated, Janesville High School, 1961; B.S., 
University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1965; J.D., University of Wisconsin Law School, 1968; 
attended Michigan State University, 1968-69; attorney, admitted to Wisconsin Bar, 1968; 
to Michigan Bar, 1969 practiced law in Michigan; staff of State senate minority leader, 
1968-69; administrative assistant to State attorney general, 1969-70; assistant State attor- 
ney general, 1970-72; counsel to Special Joint Committee on Legal Education, Michigan 
Legislature, 1972; elected to the 94th Congress, November 5, 1974; reelected to the 95th 
and 96th Congresses; unsuccessful candidate for reelection to the 97th Congress; elected 
to the 98th Congress; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office T listings 

2439 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2206 225-4872 

Chief of Staff/ Appropriations Associate. Diane Blagman. FAX: 225-1260 

Executive Assistant. Beverly Swain. 

Legislative Director/Appropriations Associate. Mark Miller. 
Suite 1, 2848 East Grand River, East Lansing, MI 48823 (517) 351-7203 

District Administrative Assistant. Carol Conn. 
378 North Telegraph Road, Pontiac, MI 48341 (313) 332-2510 



Clinton County: Bath Township. GENESEE COUNTY: That part of the City of Fenton not contained in the Seventh 
District. INGHAM COUNTY: Cities of East Lansing, Leslie, Mason, and WUliaxnston; Lansing City, that part 
beginning at Waverly Road and the Grand River, thence northeasterly along the Grand River to the Penn Central 
Railroad, northeasterly to Logan Street, north to the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, southeasterly to North Street, 
east to Larch, north to McKinley, east to North High Street, north to White, east to Indiana Street, south to Taft, 
westerly to Clark, southerly to Grand River Avenue, westerly to Cleveland, south to East Saginaw Street, west to 
the western property line of the State vacational school, south to Orchard, west to Pennsylvania, south to Jerome, 
west to Hosraer, south to Kalamazoo, east to city limit, trace the city limit southerly to the Red Cedar River, 
westerly to Pennsylvania, south to Mount Hope, west to Washington, southerly to Rockford East extended, west 
to Penn Central Railroad, southerly to Logan, south to Dunlap, east to Washington, southerly to Holmes Road, 
east to Bergman, south to Rita, westerly on Rita into Jewel, easterly to Donald, south to East Rouse, west to 
Stabler, south to Graham, west to Stafford, south to West Potter, west to Ora, south to Vans, west to Kessler, 
north to Pinewood, west to Tcnny, south to Jolly, west to Washington, south to Lansing City limit, trad e easterly, 
northerly, west, and south the Lansing City limit to the point of beginning; townships of Alaiedon, Aurehus, 
Bunker Hill, Delhi, Ingham, Leroy, Leslie, Locke, Meridian, Onondaga, Stockbridge, Vevay, Wheatfield, White 
Oak, and WuUamston; Lansing Township, that part within and east of Lansing City limit. JACKSON COUNTY: 
Townships of Henrietta, Rives, and Tompldns. LIVINGSTON COUNTY: That part not contained in the Eighteenth 
District OAKLAND COUNTY: City of Pontiac; townships of Highland, Independence, Rose, Springfield, Waterford, 
and White Lake; Pontiac Township, that portion not in the Eighteenth District SHIAWASSEE COUNTY: City of 
Perry; townships of Antrim, Perry, and Woodhul. Population (1980), 514,559. 

ZIP Codes: 48016, 48019-2O, 48029,. 48031, 48035 (part), 48042 (part). 48053 (part). 48054-56, 48057 (part), 48058-59, 
48085, 48095, 48116 (part). 48126 (part), 48137 (part), 48139, 48143, 48169 (part), 48189 (part), 48304, 48414 (part), 
48418 (part), 48430 (part), 48442 (part), 48451 (part), 48808 (part), 48816, 48819, 48823, 48826, 48827 (part), 48836, 
48840, 48842-44. 48848 (part), 48854, 48857 (part), 48863-64, 48867 (part), 48872 (part), 48892, 48895, 48900 (part), 
48901, 48906 (part), 48909, 4891O (part), 48911 (part), 48912, 48933 (part), 49201 (part), 49251, 49259 (part), 49264 
(part), 49269 (part), 49272, 49277, 49284 (part), 49285 (part) 



SEVENTH DISTRICT 

DALE E. KILDEE, Democrat, of Flint, MI; born in Flint, September 16, 1929; grad- 
uated, St. Mary High School, 1947; B.A., Sacred Heart Seminary, Detroit, 1952; M.A,, 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1961; graduate studies in history and political sci- 
ence, University of Peshawar, Pakistan, under Rotary Foundation Fellowship; teacher, 
University of Detroit High School, 1954-56; Flint Central High School, 1956-64; served 
as State representative, 1965-74; State senator, 1975-77; member: Optimists, Urban 
League, Knights of Columbus, Phi Delta Kappa national honorary fraternity, American 
Federation of Teachers; life member, National Association for the Advancement of Col- 
ored People; married to the former Gayle Heyn, 1965; three children: David, Laura, and 
Paul; elected to the 95th Congress, November 2, 1976; reelected to each succeeding Con- 
gress. 



154 Congressional Directory 



MICHIGAN 



Office Listings 



2239 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2207 225-3611 

Administrative Assistant. Christopher J Mansour FAX: 225-6393 

Legislative Director. Larry Rosenthal, 

Business Manager/Personal Secretary. Dolores A. Nouhan. 
316 West Water Street, Flint, MI 48503 (313) 239-143? 

District Director. David H. Holtz. 



Genesee County: Cities of Burton, Davison, Flint, Flushing, Grand Blanc, Mt Moms, and Swartz Creek, Fenton 
City, that part beginning at the eastern city limit and the Grand Trunk Railroad, thence northwesterly along the 
Grand Trunk Railroad to Leroy, south to Roberts, west to Silver River, south to Caroline, west to Adelaide, 
northwesterly to Roberts, east to Lincoln, north to Grand Trunk Railroad, northwesterly to Adelaide, south to 
Hickory, west to Beach, south to Silver Lake Road, northwesterly to Poplar, north to Grand Trunk Railroad, 
northwesterly to the first incidence of the city limit, north, easterly, northerly, east, and south along the city limit 
to the beginning point, and that part enclosed within a line beginning at the western ctty limit and Owen, east 
along Owen to Jennings, northerly to Silver Lake Road, northwesterly to the city limit, southerly along the city 
limit to the point of beginning, townships of Argentine, Atlas, Clayton, Davison, Fenton, Flint, Flushing, Games, 
Genesee, Grand Blanc, Mt Morris, Mundy, and Richfield LAPEER COUNTY: All except Rich and Burlington 
townships OAKLAND COUNTY. Townships of Brandon, Groveland, Holly, and Oxford SANILAC COUNTY: That 
part of Brown City not contained in the Eight District. SHIAWASSEE COUNTY Township of Burns. Population 
(1980), 514,560 

ZIP Codes: 48003, 48051 (part), 48411-12, 48414 (part), 48416 (part), 48418 (part), 48420 (part), 48421, 48423, 48428, 
48429 (part), 48430 (part), 48433 (part). 48435 (part), 48436 (part). 48437-40, 48442 (part), 48444 (part), 48446 
48449 (part), 48451 (part), 48452, 48453 (part), 48455, 48458 (part), 48460 (part), 48461-62, 48463 (part), 48464 
(part), 48473, 48500-09, 48519, 48529, 48531 



EIGHTH DISTRICT 

BOB TRAXLER, Democrat, of Bay City, MI; born July 21, 1931, Kawkawlin, MI; 
graduated with B.A. in political science from Michigan State University, 1953; served in 
the U.S. Army, 1953-55; awarded LL.B. from the Detroit College of Law, 1959; elected 
to 93d Congress in a special election, April 1974; reelected to each succeeding Congress; 
member, Appropriations Committee; chairman, Subcommittee on VA-HUD-Independent 
Agencies; vice chairman, Subcommittee on Agriculture; member, Subcommittee on Leg- 
islature. 

Office Listings 

2366 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2208 225-2806 

Administrative Assistant. Roger R. Szemraj. FAX: 225-3046 

Legislative Director. Bill Gilmartin. 
Press Secretary. Bonnie Piper. 

1052 New Federal Building, Saginaw, MI 48606 (517) 754-4226 

323 Federal Building, Bay City, MI 48708 (517)894-2906 



^ T* ^ renac ' Ba >' Hu ron and Tuscola, GENESEE COUNTY: City of Clio; townships of Forest, Montrose, 
Thetfprd, and Vienna. LAPEER COUNTY: Townships of Burlington and Rich. MIDLAND COUNTY: That part not 
contained m the Tenth District. SAGINAW COUNTY: That part not contained in the Tenth District. ST. CLAIR 
COUNTY: That part not contained in the Twelfth District. SANILAC COUNTY: Cities of Croswell and Sandusky; 
Brown City, that part beginning at the city limit and Lincoln Street, thence north along Lincoln to Maple, west to 
McMoran, north to Main, east to St. Marys, north to Second, east to James, north to Fourth, east to Walter, south 
to Third, east toKohler, south to Buby, east to the city limit, beginning going south, trace the city limit back to 
the point of beginning; townships of Argyle, Austin, Bridgehampton, Buel, Custer, Delaware, Elk, Elmer, 
Evergreen, Flynn, Forester, Fremont, Greenleaf, Lamotte, Lexington, Maple Valley, Marion, Marlette, Minden, 
Moore, Samlac, Speaker, Washington, Watertown, Wheatland, and Worth. Population (1980), 514,560. 



48401 ' 48410 ' 48413 ' 48415 ' 48416 <P art >' 484n te^ 48419 ' 
t) * 48434 ' 48435 <P art >' 48441 48444 Op**)' 48445, 48450, 48453 (part), 
(part) ' 48464 <**& 484 -72, 4W5, 48601 (Prt), 48602-08, 48610 



, , , , 

48631 ' 48634 > ^^ <P art >' 48650 ' 48652 (Part), 48658, 48701, 48703, 
48729, 48731-36, 48741, 48744, 48746-47, 48754-55, 48757-60, 48765 (part), 



MICHIGAN 102d Congress 155 

NINTH DISTRICT 

GUY VANDER JAGT, Republican, of Luther, MI; born in Cadillac, MI, August 26, 
1931; 1945-49, attended Cadillac High School; 1953, Hope College, B.A.; 1955, Yale Uni- 
versity, B.D.; 1956, Bonn University, Rotary Fellowship; 1960, University of Michigan, 
LL.B; 1960, member of Michigan Bar Association; 1960-64, law practice with Warner, 
Norcross & Judd, of Grand Rapids, MI; 1965-66, Michigan Senate, 36th District; March 
1956, Junior Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Young Man award; married Carol 
Doom of Grand Rapids, MI; daughter, Virginia Marie; elected 89th Congress, November 
8, 1966, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Robert P. Griffin; reelected to 
each succeeding Congress; chairman, National Republican Congressional Committee; 
member, Ways and Means Committee; member, Joint Committee on Taxation. 

Office Listings 

2409 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2209 225-351 1 

Administrative Assistant. James M. Sparling, Jr. 

Personal Secretary. Kathy A. Palmateer. 

950 West Norton Avenue, Muskegon, MI 49441- (616) 733-3131 

900 East Front Street, Traverse City, MI 49684 (616) 946-3832 



Counties: Benzie, Lake, Leelanau, Manistee, Mason, Montcalm, Muskegon, and Oceana. GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY 
That part not contained in the Tenth and Eleventh Districts. IONIA COUNTY: Cities of Belding and Ionia, 
townships of Easton, Ionia, Keene, Lyons, North Plains, Orleans, Otisco, and Ronald. KENT COUNTY: Townships 
of Spencer and Vergennes. NEWAYGO COUNTY: Cities of Fremont, Grant, Newaygo, and White Cloud; townships 
of Ashland. Barton, Beaver, Big Prairie, Bridgeton, Brooks, Croton, Dayton, Denver, Everett, Garfield, Good well, 
Home, LHley, Merrill. Lincoln, Monroe. Norwich, Sheridan, Sherman, Troy, and Wilcox. OTTAWA COUNTY. 
Cities of Coopersvflle, Ferrysburg, Hudsonville, and Zeeland; Holland City, that part beginning at the Ottawa/ 
Allegan County line and Lincoln Street, north along Lincoln to 16th Street, west to Maple, north to 15th Street, 
west to Washington, south to 16th, west to Van Raalte, north to 15th, west to Harrison, south to 16th, west to 
Cleveland, north to Kollen, northerly to 12th Street extended, west to the city limit, northerly, easterly, and 
southerly along the city limit to the Ottawa/AHegan County line, west along the county line to the point of 
beginning; townships of Allendale, Blendon, Chester, Crockery, Georgetown, Holland, Jamestown, Polktown, 
Spring Lake, Tallmadge, Wright, and Zeeland. Population (1980), 514,560. 

ZIP Codes: 48809 (part), 48811 (part), 48812, 48818 (part), 48829 (part). 48834, 48838 (part), 48845 (part), 48846 
(part), 48850 (partV4S8SI-52, 48860. 48865, 48870. 48873 (part). 48881 (part), 48884-85, 48886 (part), 48887-88, 
48889 (part), 48891 (part), 49303-O4, 49305 (part), 49307 (part), 49309, 49310 (part), 49312-13, 49315 (part), 49318 
(part), 49322, 49326, 49327 (part), 49329 (part), 49330 (part), 49331 (part), 49336 (part), 49337 (part), 49338 (part), 
49339, 49343 (part), 49346 (part), 49347. 49349, 49401-02, 49403 (part), 49404-O5, 49409-12, 49415, 49418 (part), 
49420-22. 49423 (part), 49424 (part), 49425-28. 49430-31, 49435-37, 49440-46, 49448-49, 49451-52, 49454-59, 
49461, 49463, 494W(part), 49500 (part), 49507, 49601 (part), 49613-14, 49616-17, 49619, 49621, 49623, 49625-26, 
49628, 49630, 49634-36749638 (part), 49640. 49642, 49643 (part), 49644-15, 49650, 49653-54, 49655 (part), 49656, 
49660, 49664. 49670. 49673-75. 49677 (part), 49682, 49683 (part), 49684 (part), 49688 (part), 49689 (part) 



TENTH DISTRICT 

DAVE CAMP, RepubUcan, of Midland, MI; born in Midland, MI, July 9, 1953; at- 
tended St. Brigid's Elementary School, Midland; graduated, H.H. Dow High School, 
Midland, MI, 1971; B.A., Albion College, Albion, MI, 1975; J.D., University of California 
in San Diego, 1978; attorney, member of the State Bar of Michigan, the State Bar of Cali- 
fornia, the District of Columbia Bar, U.S. Supreme Court; U.S. District Court, Eastern 
District of Michigan; and Southern District of California; American Bar Association; and 
Midland County Bar Association; commenced practicing law in Midland, MI, for law 
firm now known as Riecker, George, Van Dam, Camp & Gannon P.C., 1978 to present, 
leave of absence January 1, 1990; Special Assistant Attorney General, 1980-84; licensed 
real estate broker; administrative assistant to Congressman Bill Schuette, 10th District, 
MI, 1984-87; campaign manager, Bill Schuette for Congress, 1986; State Representative, 
102d District, MI, 1989-91; vice chairman, Committee on House Oversight; assistant mi- 
nority whip; member, House Committee on Education, Economic Development and 
Energy member, Committee on State Affairs; member, House Republican Policy Com- 
mittee; member, House Republican Task Force on Children at Risk; member, House Re- 
publican Task Force on Drunk Driving; member, Midland Foundation; former member, 
Great Lakes Junior College Advisory Committee, Council on Domestic Violence; 
member, board of directors of the David Reece Home; former president of the Young 
Business People's Group; former member, 10th District Republican Executive Committee; 
precinct delegate, Midland County Board of Canvassers; member, Midland County Re- 
publican Executive Committee; elected to 102d Congress, November 6, 1990; appointed 
to House Committee on Agriculture, Committee on Small Business. 



Congressional Directory MICHIGAN 



Office Listings 

511 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2210 225-3561 

Administrative Assistant. John Guzik. FAX: 225-9679 

Legislative Director. Jeff Gabriel 

Press Secretary. Rob Rehg. 

Appointment Secretry. Lyle Hagan. 

135 Ashman Street, Midland, MI, 4864O <517) 631-2552 

120 West Hams Street, Cadillac, MI 49601 (616) 775-2722 

300 West Main Street, Owosso, MI 48867 (517)723-6759 



Counties' Clare Gladwin, Gratiot, Isabella, Kalkaska. Mecosta, Missaukee, Oaemaw, Oaccola, RcNcommon, and 
Wexford ANTRIM COUNTY That part not contained tn the Eleventh Dwtnct CLINTON COUNTY. Cities of DeWitt, 
Lansing, and St. Johns; townships of Bengal, Binfcham, Dallas, DcWm, DupUtn, Eagle, Essex, Greenbush, 
Lebanon Olive, Ovid, Riley, Victor, Watertown, and We*tphaha CRAWK>* COUNTY That part not contained in 
the Eleventh District GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY. Township* of Blair, Eat Bay, Fife Lake, Grant, Green Lake, 
Mayfield Paradise, and Union. losco COUNTY. That part not contained m the Eleventh Distnct. MIDLAND 
COUNTY: City of Coleman; Midland City, that pan beginning at the Midland/Buy County line and the Grand 
Trunk Railroad, west along the Grand Trunk Railroad to Sagmaw Street, southerly along Saginaw to Austin, east 
to Plumer, south to Bay City Road, east to Sam, south to Parsons, east to Dick, north to Bay City Road, east to 
Waldo, north to Henry, east to Cypress, south to Bay City Road, cast to Cottonwood, south to Beech, west to 
Waldo, south to the railroad immediately following Centennial Dnve, easterly and north along the railroad to Bay 
City Road, east to the Midland/Bay County line, beginning in a wuihcrly direction, trace the city limit to the 
point of beginning: townships of Edenvxlle, Geneva, Grcendale. Homer. Hope, Jasper. Jerome, Larkin, Lee, 
Lincoln, Midland, Mills, Mount Haley, Porter, and Warren OSCODA COUNTY That part not contained in the 
Eleventh Distnct SAGINAW COUNTY: Townships of Albee, Brady, Brant Chapm, Cheutning, Fremont, James, 
Jonesfield, Lakefield, Maple Grove, Marion, St. Charles, Spauldmg, and Swan Creek SMIAWASSI.E COUNTY: Cities 
of Corunna, Durand, Laingsburg, and Owosso, township* of Benmngton, Caledonia, F*ir field. Hazeiton, Middle- 
bury, New Haven, Owosso, Rush. Sciota, Shiawassee, Venice, and Vernon Population (J980), 514,560. 

ZIP Codes: 48414 (part), 48417 (part), 48429 (part), 48436 (part), 48449 (part), 48457 (part). 48460 (part), 48476, 48601 
(part), 48610 (part), 48612, 48613 (part), 48614-18, 48620, 48622, 48623 (part), 4g62430, 48632-33. 48635-37, 48640 
(part) 48641, 48647 (part), 48649, 48651, 48652 (part), 48653-57, 48659, 48661-62, 48730 (part), 48739 (part), 48749, 
'1 (part), 48766, 48770 (part), 48801,48804, 48806-07. 48808 (part), 48811 (part), 48817, 48818 (part), 
, 48822, 48829 (part), 48830-33, 48835, 48837 (part), 48841. 48845 (part). 48847, 48848 (part), 48850 
, 48856, 48857 (part), 48858, 48862, 48866, 48867 (part), 48871, 48872 <p*rt), 48873 (part), 48874, 48875 




tOOO<, tOOTO, *OOOf VP**V "O0'* ?OH>fA VJWMl/, TOOf J Xf/Kii./, TWPIT, TOO/J 

48877-80, 48882-83, "48886 (part), 48889 (part), 48891 (part), 48893-94, 48896, 48906 (part), 48933 (part), 
49305 (part), 49307 (part), 49310 (part), 49320, 49332, 49334, 49336 <prt), 49337 (part), 49338 <p*rt), 49340, 49342, 
49346 Opart), 49601 (part), 49612 (part), 49618, 49620, 49631-33, 49637. 49638 (part), 49639, 49641, 49f ' v 
49646-47, 49649, 49651, 49655 (part), 49657, 49659 (pan), 49663, 49665-68, 49676 <prt), 49677 (part), 
49683 (part), 49684 (part), 49688 (part), 49689 (part), 4690 (part), 49738 <p*rt>. 49756 (purt) 



ELEVENTH DISTJUCT 

ROBERT W. DAVIS, Republican, of Gaylord, MI; born in Marquette, MI, July 31, 
1932; attended the public schools; graduated, LaSalle High School, St, Ignace, MI, 1950; 
Northern Michigan University, 1950 and 1952; Hillsdale College, 1951-52; B.S., College 
of Mortuary Science, Wayne State University, 1954; funeral director, The Davis Funeral 
Home, St. Ignace, MI, 1954-66; councilman, St. Ignace City Council, 1964-66; State rep- 
resentative, 106th district, committees: drainage, public utilities, roads and bridges, State 
affairs, 1966-70; majority whip, Michigan Senate, served on appropriations committee, 
chairman: subcommittee on drug abuse, subcommittee on natural resources, and subcom- 
mittee on public health, 1970-74; Senate Republican leader, Michigan Senate, senate busi- 
ness committee, committee on committees, legislative council, joint special committee on 
aging, 197478; very active in civic, community, and political-reform legislation; past 
president, Area Development Corp.; St. Ignace Chamber of Commerce; former member: 
Upper Peninsula State Fair Board, St, Ignace Planning Commission; named Man of the 
Year in St. Ignace, 1965; chosen Outstanding State Legislator by National Council of 
Senior Citizens, 1973; member: Michigan Funeral Directors Association, Lions Club, Fra- 
ternal Order of Eagles, B.P.O. Elks, YMCA, National Conference of State Legislatures, 
Michigan Cystic Fibrosis Association board of directors, National Rifle Association; four 
children: Robert, Jr., Lisa, George, and Alexandra; elected to the 96th Congress, Novem- 
ber 7, 1978; reelected to each succeeding Congress; member, Armed Services Committee; 
ranking minority member, Subcommittee on Research and Development; ranking minori- 
ty member, Merchant Marine and Fisheries Committee, 



MICHIGAN 102d Congress 157 

Office Listings 

2417 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-221 1 225-4735 

Administrative Assistant. Patrick White. FAX- 225-3588 

Press Secretary. Bill Blaul. 

Legislative Director. Laurie Bink. 

Personal Secretary, Cindy Harrington. 

2400 U.S. 41 West, Marquette, MI 49855 (906) 228-3700 

City/County Building, Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783 (906) 635-5261 

144 South Second Street, Alpena, MI 49707 (517) 356-2028 



Counties: Alcona, Alger, Alpena, Baraga, Charlevoix, Cheboygan, Chippewa, Delta, Dickinson, Emmet, Gogebic, 
Houghton, Iron. Keweenaw. Luce, Mackinac, Marquette, Menominee, Montmorency, Ontonagon, Otsego, 
Presque, and Scboolcraft. ANTRIM COUNTY: Townships of Banks, Central Lake, Chestoma, Echo, Elk Rapids, 
Forest Home, Helena, Jordan, Kearney, Mancelona, Milton Star, Torch Lake, and Warner. CRAWFORD COUNTY. 
Townships of Frederic, Lovells, and Maple Forest. GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY: Townships of Acme and 
Whitewater. losco COUNTY: Cities of East Tawas and Tawas, townships of Alabaster, Au Sable, Baldwin, Grant, 
Oscoda, Plainfield, Reno, Sherman, Tawas, and Wilber OSCODA COUNTY- Townships of Clinton, Comins, Elmer, 
and Greenwood- Population (1980), 514,560. 

ZIP Codes: 48619, 48621, 48647 (part), 48705, 48721, 48728, 48730 (part), 48737-38, 48739 (part), 48740, 48742-43, 
48745, 48748, 48750, 48753, 48761 (part), 48762-64, 48765 (part). 48770 (part), 49610-11, 49612 (part), 49615, 49622, 
49627, 49629, 49648, 49659 (part), 49676 (part), 49684 (part), 49690 (part), 49701, 49705-07, 49709-13, 49715-30, 
49733, 49735-37, 49738 (part), 49740, 49743-49, 49751-53, 49755, 49756 (part), 49757, 49759-62, 49764-66, 49768- 
70, 49774-83, 49788-93, 49795-97, 49799, 49801, 49805-08, 49812-22, 49825-27, 49829, 49831, 49833-41, 49843, 
49845, 49847-49, 49852-55, 49858, 49861-66, 49868-81, 49883-87, 49889-96, 49901-03, 49905, 49908-13, 49915-22, 
49924-25, 49927, 49929-31, 49934, 49935 (part), 49938, 49942-48, 49950, 49952-53, 49955, 49958-65, 49967-71 



TWELFTH DISTRICT 

DAVID E. BONIOR, Democrat, of Mount Clemens, MI; born in Detroit, MI, June 6, 
1945; attended elementary schools in Detroit; graduated, Notre Dame High School, 1963; 
B.A., University of Iowa, 1967; M.A., history, Chapman College (CA), 1972; served in 
the U.S. Air Force, 1968-72; member, Michigan House of Representatives, 1973-77; 
author, "The Vietnam Veteran: A History of Neglect"; two children: Julie and Andy; 
elected to the 95th Congress, November 2, 1976; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2242 Raybura House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2212 225-2106 

Administrative Assistant. Sarah J. Dufendach. FAX: 226-1169 

Suite 305, 59 N. Walnut Street, Mount Clemens, MI 48043 (313) 469-3232 

Admistrative Assistants. Edward Bruley; Christine Koch. 

Federal Building, 526 Water Street, Port Huron, MI 4806O (313) 987-8889 



Macomb Gouty: Cities of Fraser, Memphis, Mount Clemens, New Baltimore, Richmond, RosevUle, St. Clair Shores, 
Warren. That part of the city enclosed within a line beginning at the northern city limit and Van Dyke, south 
along Van Dyke to the Center Line City limit, east and south along the Center Lane City limit to Busch, east to 
Burg, south to Dale, east to Gunston, south to Engleman, west to the Center Line City limit, south to 10 Mile 
Road, east to the eastern limit of Warren City, north and west along the city limit to the beginning point; 
townships of Armada, Chesterfield, Clinton, Harrison, Lake Lenox, Macomb, Ray and Richmond. ST. CLAIR 
COUNTY-. Cities of Algonac, Marine, Marysvffle, Memphis, Port Huron, and St. Clair; townships of Berlin, Casco, 
China, day, Clyde, Columbus, CottreUvffle, East China, Emmett, Fort Oratiot, Ira, Kenockee, Kimball, Mussey, 
Port Huron, Rfley, St. Clair, and Wales; Burtchvflle Township, that part beginning at the southern township 
boundary and State Road, thence north along State Road to Burtch Road, east to Fifth, south to Washington, east 
to State Highway 25, south to Myrtle, west to Lorraine, south to Elaine, west to Bunker, south to Charles, east to 
Lorraine, south to Norman, east to State Highway 25, south to Berry, east to Wild Rose, south to the township 
line, west along the township line to the point of beginning. Population (1980), 514,560. 

Z3P Coder: 480O1-02, 48004-05, 48006 (part), 48014, 48022-23, 48026-28, 48039-41, 48043-49, 48052, 48060 (part), 
48061-62, 48065 (part), 48066 (part), 48074, 48079-83, 48087 (part), 48089 (part), 48093 (part), 48O97 (part), 48301. 
483O5 



158 Congressional Directory 

THIRTEENTH DISTRICT 

BARBARA-ROSE COLLINS, Democrat, of Detroit, MI; born in Detroit, MI 
13, 1939; graduated Detroit public school system; attended Wayne State University- 
member, Region I School Board, 1971-73; member, Michigan State Legislature, 1975,8?! 
member, Detroit City Council, 1982-90; member: Gamma Phi Delta Sorority Inc- 
American Business Women's Association, National Political Congress of Black Women' 
Detroit Symphony Orchestra board member; widowed mother of two children: Cynthia 
Simpson and Christopher Collins; proud grandmother of Amber Rose Simpson and Bruce 
Simpson, Jr., and Kwame Collins; member of the Shrine of the Black Madonna (Pan- 
African Orthodox Christian) Church; listed in Who's Who In Black America- eleeiwi t 
the 102d Congress, November 6, 1990. ' lo 

Office Listings 

1541 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2404 , 225-2261 

Administrative Assistant. Marvin McGraw. 

Office Manager/Personal Secretary. Meredit Cooper. 

Staff Assistant. George Stanton. 
1543 East Lafayette Avenue, Detroit, MI 48207 (313) 832-1450 

District Manager. Tom Staton. 



Wayne County: Cities of Grosse Pomte and Grosse Pomte Park, Detroit City, that part beginning at the Detroit 
River and Detroit-Grosse PoinUs Park City limats, thence north and cast along city limits to Bedford, north to Ford 
Freeway, northeast to Whittier, northwest to McKinney, northeast to Yorkshire, northwest to Nottingham 
northeast to Grayton, northwest to Roxbury, southwest to Yorkshire, northwest to Rossiter, southwest to wfikr 
northwest to Kelly, southwest to Houston Whittier, west to Gratiot, northeast to Gitre, northwest to McNVchok 
southwest to Portlance, southwest to Conner, northwest to McNichols, west to Van Dyke, south to Canadian 
National Railroad, west to Lynch, west to Mount Elliott, south to Miller, west to Hamtrarnck and Detroit Citv 
limits, beginning going south along city limitsfollow the city limits to southern Highland Park City limits ajd 
Detroit City limits, thence west and north along city limits to West Davison, west to Lmwood, north to Pasadena 
**- west u> Dexter, south to Pasadena, east to Wildemere, south towS 



. ' " . ~' V u.v<ru V| TTV.OI. %v *^.AU,, ^uuvti iv jroaaucHti, CCUH 10 wiiucmcrc, SOUln tO West 

Davison, west to Dexter, south to Courtland, west to Livernpw, south to Canadian National Railroad, southwest to 
fc L ^fj, . Rouge River, north to city hmits, beginning going southwest along the city limits follow the 
uetroit City limits to the Detroit River, east along the Detroit River to Detroit and Grosse Pomte Park City limits 

%^^uS^MS2S^ 



FOURTEENTH DISTRICT 



IS iQ^ HE 5 TE1 b' R em <> crat > of Har Pe f Woods, MI; born in Detroit, MI, De- 
' < ; PSTltrP^ "V* 1 Scho l Detroit ' 1967 ? B.A., Eastern Michigan 
\ ^J?^' I l 7l; J D " Wayne State Univer sity t-aw School, 1974; lawyer; 
w M Ml ? h ^ an S^. 6 ^ ln 19 ?S; member, Michigan State House of Represent' 
97 T 5 " 8 9J chairman, Michigan House Judiciary Committee; Catholic; received 
W7? rT? n ltl ? hlp > 1967 J Outstanding Young Man of America Award, 
1973; married to the former Cynthia S. Gros&cup, 1971; four children: Heather, Heidi, 
' t0 Congress, November 4, 1980; reelected to each sue- 



Office Listings 

2442 lUyburnHpuse Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2214 ................. 225-6276 

Administrative Assistant. Raymond O'Malley 
-,.,H gal Counsel. Brian O'Malley. 
28221 Mound Road, Warren, MI 48092 ................................. 



102d Congress 159 

south to Diesing, cut to John R., south to Katherine, west to Brush, south to Brown, east to John R., south to 
Gardenia, west to Brush, south to Royal Park, west to Palmer, north to Forest, west to Bamngton, south to 
Farnum, west to Bretteawood, north to Forest, west to Hampden, south to 1 1 Mile, west to city limits, south, east, 
north, and west akmg city limits to the point of beginning; Troy City, that part beginning at Wattles and the 
eastern dry limits, thence west on Wattles to Rochester Road, *outh to Stephenson, south to Rochester, south to 
Maple, west to Eastport, north to Vermont, west to Hartshore, south to Maple, east to Troy and Clawson City 
limits at Liveraois, sooth, east, south, east, and north along city limits to the point of beginning. WAYNE COUNTY: 
Cities of Grosse Pointc Farms, Grosse Pointe Shores, tfrosse Pointe Woods, Hamtramck, and Harper Woods; 
Detroit City, that part beginning at Eureka and the northern city limits (8 Mile), thence east on city limits to 
western Harper Woods City limits and Detroit City limits, beginning going southwest along Detroit City limits- 
follow city limits to Beford, north to Ford Freeway, northeast to WhTttier, northwest to McKinney, northeast to 
Yorkshire, northwest to Nottingham, northeast to Grayton, northwest to Roxbury, southwest to Yorkshire, 
northwest to Roesiter, southwest to Whittier, northwest to Kelly, southwest to Houston Whitfcer, west to Gratiot, 
northeast to Gitre, northwest to McNichols, southwest to Portlance, southwest to Conner, northwest to McNi- 
chols, west to Van Dyke, south to Canadian National Railroad, west to Lynch, west to Mount Elliott, south to 
Miller, west to Hamtramck and Detroit City limits, beginning going north follow city limits to Conant, north to 
Nevada, east to Fendon, north to 7 Mile, east to Mound, north to Emery, west to Buffalo, north to Lantz, west to 
Bloom, north to East Outer Drive, west to Eureka, north on Eureka to city limits to the point of beginning; Grosse 
Pointe Township. Population (1980), 514,559. 

ZIP Code.: 48015, 48021, 48O30, 48O71 (part), 48077-78, 48087 (part), 48089 (part), 48090-92, 48093 (part), 48202 
(part), 48205 (part), 48212 (part), 48224 (part), 48225, 48234 (partV48236, 48310-1 1 



FIFTEENTH DISTRICT 

WILLIAM I>. FORD, Democrat, of Taylor, MI; born in Detroit, MI, August 6, 1927; 
educated Henry Ford Trade School, Melvindale High School, Wayne State University, 
Nebraska State Teachers College, University of Denver (B.S. and J.D.); honorary doctor- 
ates from Eastern Michigan University, Westfield State College, The Grand Valley State 
Colleges, Wayne State University, Northern Michigan University, Michigan State Uni- 
versity, Central Michigan University, the University of Detroit, the University of Michi- 
gan, Cleary College, Long Island University, Northeastern University, Columbia College, 
Madonna College, St. Edwards University, Peru State College, University of Denver, and 
Western Michigan University; served in the U.S. Navy, 1944-46, and U.S. Air Force Re- 
serve, 195O-58, and discharged as first lieutenant (legal officer); married to Mary L. 
Whalen; three children: William D., Jr., Margaret, and John; attorney since 1951; justice 
of the peace, Taylor Township, 1955-57; city attorney, Melvindale, MI, 1957-59; attor- 
ney, Taylor Township, 1957-64; Michigan Constitutional Convention delegate, 19th Rep- 
resentative District, 1961-62; member, State Senate, 1962-64; member: Michigan Bar As- 
sociation, Downriver Bar Association, American Bar Association, Eagles, Elks, Moose, 
and Rotary International Distinguished Service Award, Junior Chamber of Commerce, 
1962; elected to the 89ih Congress, November 3, 1964; reflected to subsequent Congress- 
es; chairman, Education and Labor Committee; Democratic National Whip at Large. 

Office Listings 

2371 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2215 225-6261 

Administrative Assistant. David W. Geiss. 

Executive Assistant. Janice W. Macdonald. 

Legislative Director. Sally Budd. 

Press Secretary. Mike Russell. 

Federal Building, Wayne, MI 48184 (313) 722-1411 

31 South Huron, Ypsilanti, MI 48197 (313) 482-6636 



Gwatfy: Cities of Milan, Saline, and Ypsilanti; townships of Augusta, Superior, York, and YpsUanti 
WAYNE COUNTY: Cities of Belleville, Garden City, Romulus, Taylor, Wayne, and Westland; Dearborn Heig Jits 
City, that part K*gmnm g east of a line at Dudley and the southern Dearborn City limits, thence south on Dudley 
to Eton, ET to Wmiun: south to Powers, west to Katherine, south to Hanover, west to Monroe, south on Monroe 
City, that part below a line beginning at the western city limits and 1-96, thence east on 1-96 
iS^S to^ Merriman, southtol-V east to Hubbell, north to Sunset, east and north to 
a City, south, southeast to Hfflcrest, north to Lyndon, east to Henry Ruff, south to Perth, east 
uc^rf^ <last to Melvin, south to 1-96, east on 1-96 to eastern city limits; Southgate City, 
thfltpart beginning ^?5*lErthern city limits and Toledo, thence south on Toledo to Norttrfine, east to Barberry, 
northto EdisonTeist on Edison to eastern city limits, beginning going south on city limits, follow city limits all the 
way aroundthe city to Toledo, the point of beginning; townships of Canton, Huron, Sumpter, and Van Buren. 
Population (1980). 514,560. 

ZIP Code* 48103 (part), 48111. 48128 (part), 48134 (part), 48135, 48150 (part), 48160 (part), 48164, 48170 (part), 
48174. 48176 (par^SlSO (part), 481845s, 48187, 48190. 48191 (part), 48195 (part), 48197 (part), 48242 



160 Congressional Directory MICHIGAN 

SIXTEENTH DISTRICT 

JOHN D DINGELL, Democrat, of Trenton, MI; born in Colorado Springs, CO, July 
8 1926- B S Georgetown University, 1949; J.D., Georgetown University Law School, 
1952- Worid'W H veteran; assistant Wayne County prosecutor, 1953-55; elected to the 
84th Congress in a special election to fill the vacant seat of his late father, the Honorable 
John D Dingell, December 13, 1955; reelected to the 85th and all succeeding Congresses; 
chainrmn Energy and Commerce Committee; member, Technology Assessment Board of 
the Office of Technology Assessment; member, Migratory Bird Conservation Commis- 
sion; married to the former Deborah Insley. 

Office Listings 

*328 Rayburo House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-22*6 SfUJ] 

Administrative Assistant. Eleanor G. Lewis. FAX- 225-7426 

Legal Counsel. Walter Sanders. 

Office Manager. Shirley Harris. 

Personal Secretary. Lorren Jewell. 

5461 Schaefer Road, Dearborn, MI 48126 .......;..; gjg W6- 276 

Suite 105, 214 East Elm Avenue, Monroe, MI 48161 (313) 243-1849 



Wayne County: Cities of Allen Park, Dearborn, Ecorse, Flat Rock, Gibraltar, Lincoln Park, Melvmdale, River 
Rouae, Rwerview, Rockwood, Trenton, Woodhaven, and Wyandotte; Southgate City, that part beginning at the 
northern city limits and Toledo, thence south on Toledo to Northlme, east to Barberry, north to Edison, east on 
Edison to eastern city limits, north and west along city limits to the point of beginning, townships of Brownstown 
and Grosse He MONROE COUNTY. LENAWEE COUNTY: Townships of Blissfield, Deerfield, Macon, Madison, 
"Oeden, Palmyra, Raisin, Ridgeway, and Riga, Adrian City, that part east of a line beginning at the north city limits 
and Scott, thence south on Scott to West Maple, east to Scott, south to West Maumee, west to William, west to 
Charles, south to Michigan, east to College Park Drive, south to Forest, south to Sherman, east to Madison, south 
on Madison to the southern city limits. Population (1980), 514,560. 

ZBP Codew 48101, 48110, 48117, 48120-25, 48126 (part), 48128 (part), 48131, 48133, 48134 (part), 48138, 48140, 
"" ~~'3' 48176 <S^>' 48177 '^ 



48144-46, 48157, 48159, 48160 (part), 48161, 
(part), 482 
75-76, 49286 (part) 



(part), 48192, 48195 (part), 48218 (part), 48229, 49221 (part), 49228, 49229 (part), 49236 (part), 49238, 49248 (part), 
^^-68, 49269 (part), 49270, 49275-76, ' - v 



SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT 

SANDER M. LEVIN, Democrat, of Southfield, MI; born in Detroit, MI on Septem- 
ber 6, 1931, attended Roosevelt Elementary School and Durfee Intermediate School, De- 
troit, MI; graduated, Central High School, Detroit, 1949; B.A., University of Chicago, 
1952; M.A., Columbia University, New York, NY, 1954; UUB., Harvard University, 
Cambridge, MA, 1957; attorney, admitted to the Michigan Bar in 1958 and commenced 
practice in Detroit, MI; member: Oakland Board of Supervisors, 1961-64; elected to 
Michigan Senate, 1965-70; Democratic floor leader in State senate; served on the Adviso- 
ry Committee on the Education of Handicapped Children in the Department of Health, 
Education, and Welfare, 1965-68; chairman, Michigan Democratic Party, 1968-69; 
Democratic candidate for Governor, 1970 and 1974; fellow, Kennedy School of Govern- 
ment, Institute of Politics, Harvard University, 1975; assistant administrator, Agency for 
International Development, 1977-81; married to the former Victoria Schlafer, 1957; four 
children: Jennifer, Andrew, Madeleine, and Matthew; elected on November 2, 1982 to 
the 98th Congress; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

323 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2217 , 225-4961 

Administrative Assistant Kitty Higgins. 

Legislative Director. John Griffin. 

Press Secretary. Cynthia Mann. 

North Park Plaza Office Building, Suite 1120, 17117 West Nine Mile 

Road, Southfield, MI 48075 (313) 559-4444 

District Administrator. Susan Miller. 



Oakland County: Cities of Berkley, Clawson, Ferndale, Huntington Woods, Lathrup Village, Oak Park, Pleasant 
Ridge, Royal Oak, and Southfield; Madison Heights City, that part beginning at the north city limits and 1-75, 



MICHIGAN 102d Congress 161 

thence south on 1-75 to 12 Mile, east to Alger, south to Diesing, east to John R, south to Kathenne, west to 
Brush, south to Brown, east to John R., south to Gardenia, west to Brush, south to Royal Park, west to Palmer, 
north to Forest, west to Barrington, south to Farnum, west to Brettenwood, north to Forest, west to Hampden. 
south to 1 1 Mile, west to city limits, north, west, north, and east along city limits to the point of beginning- 
township of Royal Oak. WAYNE COUNTY: City of Inkster; Dearborn Heights City, that part beginning at the 
southern Dearborn City limits and Dearborn Heights City limits and Dudley, thence south on Dudley to Eton, east 
to William, south to Powers, west to Kathenne, south to Hanover, west to Monroe, south on Monroe to Dearborn 
Heights southern city limits, beginning going west along city limits to the point of beginning; Detroit City, that 
part beginning at the north city limits and Evergreen, thence south on Evergreen to Santa Clara, east to 
Edinborough, north to Curtis, east to Huntmgton, south to Santa Clara, east to Grandville, south to Outer Drive, 
east to Warwick, south to McNichols, east to Southfield, south to Jeffries Freeway, west to Evergreen, south to 
Joy Road, west to city limits, beginning going north along city limits to the point of beginning: Redford Township. 
Population (1980), 514,560. 

ZIP Codes: 48017, 48034, 48037, 48067-70, 48071 (part). 48072-73, 48075-76, 48086, 48127, 48128 (part), 48141, 48219 
(part), 48220, 48221 (part), 48223, 48228 (part), 48237, 48239 (part), 48240 



EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT 

WILLIAM S. BROOMFIELD, Republican, of Birmingham, MI; born in Royal Oak 
on April 28, 1922, son of the late Dr. S.C. and the late Fern Taylor Broomfield; attended 
the public schools of Royal Oak and Michigan State University; 1951, married Jane Smith 
Thompson of Oak Park, IL; three daughters: Susan, Nancy, and Barbara; member of First 
Presbyterian Church of Royal Oak; elected: Michigan House of Representatives, 1948, 
1950, and 1952; elected speaker pro tern, 1953; elected to Michigan State Senate, 1954; 
elected to the 85th Congress on November 6, 1956; reelected to each succeeding Con- 
gress; vice chairman, Committee on Foreign Affairs; member, Small Business Committee; 
member, Select Committee to Investigate the Iran/Contra Arms Sales; member, Commis- 
sion on the Ukrainian Famine; U.S. Ambassador (Presidential appointment), U.N. 22d 
General Assembly, 1967; congressional advisor, National Bipartisan Commission on Cen- 
tral America (Presidential appointment), 1983; member, Commission on Security and 
Economic Assistance (Presidential appointment), 1983; congressional advisor, U.S. Dele- 
gation to the Second Special Session of the U.N. General Assembly on Disarmament 
(Presidential appointment), 1982; member, Organization of Government on the Conduct 
of Foreign Policy (Presidential Commission), 1975; congressional advisor to the U.S. dele- 
gation to the Second International Conference on Assistance to Refugees in Africa, 
ICARA III, 1985; delegate, Stategic Arms Limitation Talks (SALT), 1977-80; delegate, 
North Atlantic Assembly (NATO), 1955, 1960, 1973-80, 1982, 1985-86; alternate dele- 
gate, North Atlantic Assembly, 1984; U.N. Law of the Sea Advisory Committee, 1976-77 
and 1979-82; delegate Interparliamentary Union Conference, 1980 and 1982; U.N. Confer- 
ence on Science and Technology for Development, 1979; U.N. Pledging Session on Cam- 
bodian Relief, 1979; congressional advisor, Council of Ministers of the Organization for 
Economic Cooperation and Development, 1979; Canada-United States Interparliamentary 
Conference, 1961-64, 1967-70, 1972, 1978-80, 1983-84, and 1986; delegate, U.S. National 
Commission for the U.N. Education, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), 
1961-62; Mexico-United States Interparliamentary Conference, 1973-74; Korea-United 
States Interparliamentary Group, 1967-74; United Kingdom-United States Interparliamen- 
tary Conference, 1962; President, National Republican Club of Capitol Hill, 1970-74; life 
member, Optimist International; member, Troy Optimist Club; life member, Oakland 
County, MI, Chamber of Commerce; member, Royal Oak and Rochester Kiwanis Clubs; 
is a member of several Masonic organizations and in 1988 was awarded the 33 of the 
Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry for the Northern Jurisdiction of the 
United States of America; member, Independent Order of Odd Fellows of Berkley; 
member, American Legion. 

Office Listings 

2306 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2218 225-6135 

Administrative Assistant. John Sinclair. FAX: 225-1807 

Personal Assistant. Nancy G. Moore. 
330 Park Street, Birmingham, MI 48009 (313) 642-3800 

Office Manager. Kit Johnson. 
371 North Main Street, Milford, MI 48042 (313) 685-2640 

Secretary. Barbara Bergin. 



Livingston County: City of Brighton; townships of Brighton and Green Oak. MACOMB COUNTY: Townships of Bruce, 
Shelby, and Washington. OAKLAND COUNTY: Cities of Birmingham, Bloomfield Hills* Farmington, Farmington 



Congressional Directory MICHIGAN 



Hills, Keego Harbor, Northvifle, Novi, Orchard Lake Village, Rochester, South Lyon, Sylvan Lake, Walled Lak e 
and Wixom, Troy City, that part beginning at the Wattles and Astern city limits thence west on Wattles * 



, 

to the point of beginning; townships of Addison, Avon, Bloomfield, Commerce, Lyon, Milford, Novi, Oakland 
Onon, Southfield, and West Bloomfield; Pontiac Township that part beginning at the township h ne and Hemn^ 
stead, thence northeasterly along Hempstead to Provincetown, south to Liverpool, northeasterly to Hamlet, south 
inhamton west and southerl to Provincetown southeat 



, , 

stead, thence northeasterly along Hempstead to Provincetown, south to Liverpool, northeasterly 
and easterly to Sheffield, south to Binghampton, west and southerly to Provincetown, southeast 

est south easterl and south alon the town 



rtheasterly to Hamlet, south 
, southeast to Southampton. 
wnship line to the point of 



and easterly to Sheffield, sout to ngampon, wes an souery rovinceown, sou 
south to the township line, east, north, west, south, easterly, and south along the township 
beginning. Population (1980), 514,560. 




ZIP Cod*K 48007-10, 48012-13, 48018, 48024-25, 48033, 48035 (part), 48036, 48038, 48042 (part), 48050, 48051 r 
48053 (part), 48057 (part), 48060 (part), 48063-64, 48065 (part), 48066 (part). 48084 (part), 48087 (part), 48088 
48094, 48096, 48098-99, 48116 (part), 48165, 48167 (part), 48178 (part), 48189 (part), 48302-03. 48308-09, 48320 
48322, 48331-33 



MINNESOTA 102d Congress 163 

MINNESOTA 

(Population, 1980 census, 4,075,970) 

SENATORS 

DAVE DURENBERGER, Republican, of Minneapolis, MN; born in St. Cloud, MN, 
August 19, 1934; B.A., St. John's University, Collegeville, MN, 1955; Army, 1955-56; 
J.D., University of Minnesota Law School, 1959; executive secretary, Minnesota Gover- 
nor Harold LeVander, 1967-71; married to the former Penny Baran, 1971; four children: 
Charles, David, Michael, and Daniel; elected to the U.S. Senate, November 7, 1978, to 
complete the unexpired term of Hubert H. (and Muriel) Humphrey ending January 3, 
1983; assumed office on November 8, 1978; reelected November 2, 1982; and November 
8, 1988; member: Committee on Environment and Public Works; Committee on Human 
Resources and Finance. 

Office Listings 

154 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-2301 224-3244 

Administrative Assistant. Rick Evans. FAX: 224-9931 

Legislative Director. Alexander Polinsky. TDD: 224-9522 

Plymouth Building, Suite 1020, 12 South 6th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55402 ... (612) 370-3382 
Director of Policy Development. Jon Schroeder. 
Director. Alice Negratti. 



PAUL D. WELLSTONE, Democrat, of Northfield, MN; born in Washington, DC, 
July 21 1944* attended Charles A. Stuart Grammar School and Wakefield and Yorktown 
High Schools, Arlington, VA; B.A., political science, University of North Carolina, 
Chapel Hill, 1965; Ph.D., political science, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 
1969; professor of political science, Carleton College, Northfield, MN, 1969-90; director 
of the Minnesota Community Energy Program; member, Democratic Farmer Labor 
Party and numerous peace and justice organizations; publisher of two books: "How the 
Rural Poor Got Power" and "Powerline"; also, several articles published; married to the 
former Sheila Ison; three children: David, Marcia, Mark; elected to the U.S. Senate, No- 
vember 6, 1990 for the 6-year term beginning on January 3, 1991. 

Office Listings 

702 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510 224-5641 

Administrative Assistant. John Blackshaw. 

Office Manager. Kevin Lane. 

Legislative Director. Kari Moe. 

Court International Building, 2550 University Avenue West, St. Paul, MN ^ na-n 

55114-1025 (602)645-0323 

State Director. Jeff Blodgett. 1A74 

105 2d Avenue South, Virginia, MN 55792 (218) 741-1074 

<$; 5^9-9^56092 (part), 56093, 56W 56097 (part) 



164 Congressional Directory MINNESOTA 

REPRESENTATIVES 



FIRST DISTRICT 

TIMOTHY J. PENNY, Democrat, of New Richland, MN; born in Freeborn 
MN, November 19, 1951; 1969 graduate of Keister High School; 1974 honor a 

from Winona State University; graduate work in Public Affairs at the University of Mi 
nesota, Minneapolis; elected to the Minnesota State Senate in 1976, reelected in 19so" 
member of Trinity Lutheran Church, New Richland; member: New Richland Jave<^ 
Waseca PALS, Waseca County Association of Retarded Citizens, Freeborn County Assn 
elation of Retarded Citizens; married the former Barb Christianson, 1975; four childre~ 
Jamison, Joseph, Molly, and Marcus; elected to the 98th Congress, November 2 
reelected to each succeeding Congress. * 

Office Listings 

436 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2301 .................... (202) 225 

Administrative Assistant. Steven T. Kingsley FAX- 

Legislative Director. Joseph A. Theissen. 

Office Manager. Christopher Hoven. 

Park Towers, 22 North Broadway, Rochester, MN 55904 ............... (50?^ 

P.O. Box 3148, Mankato, MN 56001 ............................................................ " ...... (507) 

District Manager James Hagerty. ...... V r) 



Counties: Blue Earth, Dodge, Fillmore, Freeborn, Goodhue, Houston, Le Sueur, Mower, Olmstead Ri Ce 
Wabasha, Wasoca, Winona. DAKOTA COUNTY Douglas township, SCOTT COUNTY That oart of SSJi 

P ^" 



SECOND DISTRICT 



10^ V ^ EBE h Re P ublic an of North Mankato, MN; born in Slayton MN 
1952; graduated from the public schools of Slayton; attended I the Vriv^Siy of. 
majoring m political science, 1970-74; interned in the office of the chairaL oft 
nesota Independent-Republican Party while attending thTuSv^t^^^S,^ 
Congressman Tom Hagedorn, 1974-75; copublisher of the M^av' SSt^HwSX 



Office Listings 

DC 20515-2302 



P.O. 1 _ 

919 south Fi^ar^^in^:MN-562ov::::::7: &$ ; , 

* Wl2j 235-6820 



^icSlS^obi^P* 1114 '* Jack S =)n ' ^ di y^' Lac qm Parle, 
r t iNicouet, Nobles, Pipestone, Pope. Redwood. Renvifle, Rock, 



MINNESOTA 102d Congress 165 

Sibley, Stevens, Swift, Traverse, Watonwan, and Yellow Medicine. GRANT COUNTY Cities of Ashby, Barrett, 
Elbow Lake, Herman, Hoffman, and Norcross; townships of Delaware, Elbow Lake, Elk Lake, Erdahl, Gorton, 
Land, Lien, Logan, Macsville, North Ottawa, Pelican Lake, Roseville, and Sanford LE SUEUR COUNTY: Town- 
ship of Ottawa. WRIGHT COUNTY: Cities of Annandale, Cokato, Howard Lake, and South Haven, townships of 
Albion, Cokato, Corinna, French Lake, Middlevule, Southside, Stockholm, and Victor Population (1980), 509,500. 

ZIP Codes: 55324-26, 55329 (part), 55332-36, 55338 (part), 55339 
- rt), 55366, 55368 (part), 55370, 55381, 55382 (part; 



rt), 56009 (part), 56010 (part), 56011 (part), 56013, i 

_. J39, 56041, 56044 (part), 56047, 56051, 56053-54, ! ^ ^_.,, ^__,. 

56068 (part), 56073-75, 56081, 56082 (part), 56083-85, 56087, 56088 ^part), 56092 (part), 56097 (part), 56098, 56101, 



_, 
6039, 56041 rS6044 (parC 56047, 56051, 56053-54,' 56056, 'Seos's (pin), 56060 (part), 5~6062 (part), 56065 (partX 



, , , , , , 

56110-16, 56117 (part), 56118-37, 56138 (part), 56139-47, 56149-53, 56155-62, 56164 (part), 56165-72, 56173 (part), 
56174-81, 56183-87, 56201, 56207-12, 56214-16, 56218, 56219 (part), 56220-33, 56235-41, 56243-58, 56260, 56262- 
67, 56270-74, 56276-97, 563O8, 56309 (part), 56311, 56312 (part), 56315 (part), 56316 (part), 56319 (part), 56323, 
56324 (part), 56326 (part), 56327, 56332, 56334, 56339, 56341, 56343, 56349, 56354-55, 56360 (part), 56361 (part), 
56362 (part), 56380-81, 56385 (part), 56446 (part), 56531 (part), 56583 (part), 56590 (part), 57005 (part), 57026 
(part), 57030 (part), 57060 (part), 57068 (part) 



THIRD DISTRICT 

JIM RAMSTAD, Republican, of Minnesota, MN; born in Jamestown, NO, May 6, 
1946; University of Minnesota, B.A., Phi Beta Kappa, 1968; George Washington Univer- 
sity, J.D. with honors, 1973; first lieutenant, U.S. Army Reserve, 1968-74; elected to the 
Minnesota Senate, 1980; reelected 1982, 1986; assistant minority leader; attorney; elected 
to the 102d Congress, November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

504 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2306 225-2871 

Administrative Assistant. Maybeth Christensen. 

Legislative Director/Press Secretary. Darrell McKigney. 

Executive Assistant/Scheduler. Pat Rooney. 
Suite 152, 8120 Penn Avenue South, Blooraington, MN 55431 (612) 881-4600 

Office Manager/Scheduler. Christine Zimmer Lonetti. 

Communications Director. Lance Olson. 



Carver County: Cities of Carver, Chanhassen, Chaska, Cologne, Hamburg, Mayer, New Germany, Norwood, 
Victoria, Waconia, Watertown, and Young America. DAKOTA COUNTY: Parts of the cities of Apple Valley, 
Burnsville, Coates, Eagan, Fanrungton, Hampton, Hastings, Inver Grove Heights, Lakeville, New Trier, Rose- 
mount, South St. Paul, and Vermillion. HENNEPW COUNTY: Parts of the cities of Bloomington, Eden Praine, 
Edina, Golden Valley, Hopkins, Minnetonka, New Hope, Plymouth, and St. Louis Park, SCOTT COUNTY: Parts of 
the cities of Jordan, Prior Lake, Savage, and Shakopee. GOODHUE COUNTY: Part. Population (1980), 509,499. 

ZIP Codes: 55009 (part), 55010, 55018 teart), 55024, 55031, 55033 (part), 55044 (part), 55057 (part), 55065, 55068, 
55075 (part), 55085^55089 (part), 5510$ (part), 55121-24, 55315, 55317-18, 55322, 55331 (part), 55337, 55338 (part), 
55339 (part) 55343-45, 55352 (part), 55354 (part), 55360, 55367, 55368 (part), 55372, 55378-79 55386, 55387 foart) 
55388 (Sart), 55391 (part), 55397755410 (part), 55416, 55420 (part), 55422 (part), 55424 (part), 55425 (part), 55426 
(part), 55427, 55429 (part), 55435 (part), 55436, 55441-42, 55446-47, 56011 (part) 



FOURTH DISTRICT 

BRUCE F. VENTO, Democrat-Fanner-Labor, of St. Paul, MN; born in St. Paul, Oc- 
tober 7, 1940; graduated, Johnson High School, St. Paul, 1958; A.A., University of Min- 
nesota, 1961; B.S., with honors, Wisconsin State University, 1965; graduate work, Univer- 
sity of Minnesota; teacher; served in Minnesota House of Representatives, 1971-76, assist- 
ant majority leader and committee chairman; activities include Minnesota Education 
Council, Commission on Minnesota's Future, Merrick Day Activity Center Board of Re- 
tarded, Target Area "C" Advisory Council poverty program, Phalen Area Community 
Council, YMCA; member, Presentation Church; married to the former Mary Jean Moore; 
three sons: Michael, Peter, and John; elected to the 95th Congress, November 2, 1976; 
reelected to each succeeding Congress. 



166 Congressional Directory 



MINNESOTA 



Office Listings 



2304 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2304 ... .. .. 225-6631 

Administrative Assistant. Lawrence Romans. 

Appointment Secretary. Mary Ann Daly. 
Room 727, 175 East Fifth Street, St. Paul, MN 55101 (612) 224-4503 

District Director. Kate Seng. 

Appointment Secretary. Carol Unger. 



Mounds View, New Brighton, North Oaks, North St. Paul, Roseville, St Paul, Shoreview, 

Vadnais Heights, and White Bear Lake; township of White Bear WASHINGTON COUNTY Citv of ttt-uunn.* /*L ' 

portion north of 12th Street). Population (1980), 509,499 "ewport (that 

ZIP Codes: 55055 (part), 55075 (part), 55100-08, 55109 (part), 55110 (part), 55112 (part), 55113-14, 55116-18, 55119 



FIFTH DISTRICT 

MARTIN OLAV SABO, Democratic-Farmer-Labor, of Minneapolis, MN- born in 
Crosby, ND, February 28, 1938; attended the Alkabo public schools; graduated Alkabo 
High School, ND, 1955; B.A., Augsburg College, Minneapolis, MN, 1959; graduate stud- 
ies, University of Minnesota, 1960; served in the Minnesota House of Representatives 
1961-78; served as house D.F.L. minority leader, 1969-73; speaker of the house, 1973-78- 
Presidential appointee on the National Advisory Commission on Intergovernmental Rela- 
tions; president, National Conference of State Legislatures; president, National Legislative 
Conference; chairman, Intergovernmental Relations Committee of the N.C.S L.- Arms 
Control Leadership Award, 1988; Honorary Lifetime Member, Hospital and Nursing 
Home Employees Union, Local No. 113, SEIU AFL-CIO; Minneapolis Jaycees Man of 



College D ^tinguished AlumnuVCitation; Lloyd M. 
of the Minnesota Chapter of the American Society for Public Admin- 
^^\ m f^f Bud |et Committee; Appropriations Committee; deputy majority whip; 
married to the former Sylvia Lee, 1963; two children: Karin and Juiief elected to the 96& 
Congress, November 7, 1978; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2201 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2305 225-4755 

Administrative Assistant, Eileen Baumgartner, ................... 223-4755 

Legislative Director. Charles Monfort. 

AC* Scheduler. Bonnie Gottwald. 

462 Federal Courts Building, 110 South 4th Street, Minneapolis, MN 55401 ..... (612) 348-1649 



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SIXTH Disrmcr 



riN,Ap61-9 r ' twater, MN; born in Brecken- 
19,;'B. ^ suS^ cim^df^r'w K^^^'^Sh School, Breckenridge, MN, 

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MINNESOTA 102d Congress 167 

Congress; appointed to the Energy and Commerce Committee, Post Office and Civil 
Service Committee chairman, Subcommittee on Civil Service; and the Select Committee 
on Children, Youth and Families; awarded Outstanding Young Person of the Year 
Award, Stillwater Jaycees; Appreciation of Support Award, Mothers Against Drunk 
Driving; Nicholas Coleman Distinguished Legislator Award; Minnesota Mental Health 
Association's Distinguished Service Award; Better Life Award from Minnesota Associa- 
tion of Health Care Facilities; married to Susan Erkel Sikorski, 1974- one daughter Anne- 
elected to the 98th Congress, November 2, 1982; reelected to each succeeding Congress! 

Office Listings 

403 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2306 225-2271 

Executive Assistant. Carin M. Otero. FAX- 2254347 

Legislative Director. Rick Jauert. 

Special Assistant. Dennis M. McGrann. 
Suite 414, 277 Coon Rapids Boulevard NW., Coon Rapids, MN 55433 (612) 780-5801 

District Director. Judy Sanders. 



Anoka County. Hennepin County: Cities of Brooklyn Park, Champlin, Corcoran, Dayton, Deephaven, Excelsior, 
Greenfield, Greenwood, Hanover, Independence, Long Lake, Loretto, Maple Grove, Maple Plain, Medina, 
Mtnnetonka Beach, Mmnetnsta, Mound, Orono, Osseo, Rockford, Rogers, St. Anthony (precinct 2, census tract 
201.01, blocks 101 and 104), St Bonifacius, Shorewood, Spring Park, Tonka Bay, Wayzata, and Woodland, 
township of Hassan. RAMSEY COUNTY: City of St. Anthony. SHERBURNE COUNTY: Cities of Becker, Big Lake, 
Clear Lake, Elk River, and Zimmerman; townships of Becker, Big Lake, Clear Lake, Livonia, and Orrock. 
WASHINGTON COUNTY: Cities of Afton, Bayport, Cottage Grove, Dellwood, Forest Lake, Grey Cloud Island, 
Hastings, Hugo, Lake Elmo, Lakeland, Lakeland Shores, Landfall, Mahtomedi, Marine on St Croix, Newport 
(that part not contained in the Fourth District), Oakdale, Oak Park Heights, Pine Springs, St. Marys Point, St. 
Paul Park, Stillwater, White Bear Lake, WUlernie, and Woodbury, townships of Baytown, Denmark, Forest Lake, 
Grant, May, New Scandia. Stillwater, and West Lakeland; village of Birchwood; borough of Lake St. Croix. 
WRIGHT COUNTY: Cities of Albertville, Buffalo, Clearwater, Dayton, Delano, Hanover, Maple Lake, Monticello, 
Montrose, Rockford, St Michael, and Waverly; townships of Buffalo, Chatham, Clearwater, Frankfort, Franklin, 
Maple Lake, Marysville, Monticello, Otsego, Rockford, Silver Creek, and Woodland. Population (1980), 509,505 

ZIP Codes: 55001, 55003-04, 55005 (part), 55011, 55012 (part), 55014, 55016, 55025 (part), 55033 (part), 55038, 55042- 
43, 55047, 55055 (part), 55070 (part), 55071, 55073 (part), 55079 (part), 55082, 55090 (part). 55092 (part), 55110 
(part), 55112 (part), 55115, 55119 (part), 55125, 55301, 55302 (part), 55303-04, 55308-09, 55313, 55316, 55319 (part), 
55320 (part), 55323, 55327-28, 55330, 55331 (part), 55340-41, 55356-57, 55358 (part), 55359, 55361-64, 55369, 
55373-76, 55380, 55384, 55387 (part), 55388 (part), 55390 (part), 55391 (part). 55392, 55395 (part), 55421, 55429 
(part), 55432 (part), 55433 (part), 55434, 55443-45 



SEVENTH DISTRICT 

COLLIN C. PETERSON, Democrat, of Detroi* Lakes, MN; born in Fargo, ND, June 
29, 1944; graduated from Glyndon MN, High Sr.iool, MN, 1962; B.A., Moprhead State 
University, 1966: (business administration and accounting); U.S. Army National Guard, 
1963-69; C.P.A., owner and partner; Minnesota State senator, 1976-86; member: Ducks 
Unlimited, American Legion, Benevolent Protective Order of Elks, Cormorant Lakes 
Sportsmen Club; three children: Sean, Jason, and Elliott; elected to the 102d Congress, 
November 6, 1990. 



Office Listings 

C 20515-2307 

FAX: 225-1593 



1725 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2307 225-2165 

Chief of Staff. James De Chaine. 



Legislative Director/Press Secretary. Dave Rinebolt. 
Lake Avenue Plaza Building, Suite 107, 714 Lake Avenue, Detroit Lake MN 

56501 (218)847-5056 

103 Federal Building, 720 West St. Germain Street, St. Cloud, MN 56301 (612) 259-0559 

Minnesota Wheat Growers Building, 2603 Wheat Drive, Red Lake, MN 

56750 (218)253-4356 



Counties: Becker, Benton, Clay, Clearwater, Kittson, Lake of the Woods, Mahnomen, Marshall, Morrison, Norman, 
Otter Tail, Penmngton, Polk, Red Lake, Roseau, Stearns, Todd, Wadena, and Wilkin. BELTRAMI COUNTY: That 
part not contained in the Eighth District. GRANT COUNTY: City of Wendell; townships of Lawrence, Pomme de 
Terre, and Stony Brook. HUBBARD COUNTY: All except Badoura Township. SHERBURNE COUNTY: City of St. 
Cloud; townships of Haven, Palmer, and Santiago Population (1980), 509,495. 



168 Congressional Directory MINNESOTA 

ZIP Codes: 55319 (part), 55320 (part), 55329 (part), 55353, 55371 (part), 55382 (part), 55389 (part) 56301-<U < 
56309 (part), 56310, 56312 (part), 56314, 56315 (part), 56316 (part), 56317-18. 56319 (part) 56320-21 vStl , 307 ' 
56325, 56326 (part), 56328-29, 56330 (part), 56331, 56333, 56335-36, 56338 (part), 56340 56344-41 ' *5i ^art), 
(part), 56356-57, 56360 (part), 56361 (part), 56362 (part), 56364 (part), 56367-69. 56371/56373-79 SAW? 1 A? 53 
56385 (part), 56387, 56389, 56433 (part), 56434, 56435 (part), 56436-38. 56440, 56443, 56446 (parti S*!u J 3H 
56453, 56458, 56460-61, 56464 (part), 56466 (part), 56467 (part), 56470, 56473 (part), 56475 56477 fS? Sf& 
56479 (part), 56481 (part), 56482, 56484 (part), 56501, 56510-11, 56513-25, 56527-30, 56531 (part) 56533 37* JS?* 1 
47, 56548 (part), 56549-54, 56556-57, 56560, 56565-81, 56583 (part), 56584-89, 56590 foarS '"- ' " 
56621, 56623 (part), 56625, 56630 (part), 56633 (part), 56634, 56644, 56646-47, 56650-52 '' 
56667, 56670-71, 56673-74, 56676, 56678, 56682-87, 56701, 56710-16, 56720-29, 56731-38 
56748, 56750-51, 56754-63, 58030 (part), 58225 (part). 58271 (part) 



EIGHTH DISTRICT 

JAMES L. OBERSTAR, Democrat-Fanner-Labor, of Chisholm, MN- born in Chic 
hota, September 10, 1934; graduated, Chisholm High School 1952; B.A., summa cum 
laude, French and political science, College of St. Thomas, St. Paul MN 1956- 
European area studies, College of Europe, Bruges, Belgium, 1957; served as ad 
tave assistant to Congressman John A. Blatnik, 1963-74; administrator of the 
Public Works Committee, 1971-74; married to the former Jo Garlick; four 



, arc; our cldre 

Thomas Edward, Katherine Noelle, Anne-Therese, and Monica Rose; elected to the 94th 
Congress, November 5, 1974; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2209 Raybum House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2308 ............. 225-6211 

Deputy Administrative Assistant William Richard '" 

Office ManagerJill K. Beatty. 

Legislative Director. Chip Gardiner 
231 Federal Building, Duluth, MN 55802 ......................... , 2 m 757 7474 

Administrative Assistant.-Tom R. Reagan. ........................................... ( 8) 727 ~ 7474 

Chisholm City Hall, 316 West Lake Street, Chisholm, MN 55719 (li 

Brainerd City Hall, 501 Laurel Street, Brainerd, MN WlTJ^~ (218) 



i2^ "Tf- ?-^. Koochiching, Lake, Mille Lac, 

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wuw, WU48, 55051, 55056, 55063-64 55067 slnS* 5$n / \ *c5? (P * rt) * 55029 - 30 ' 55032. 55036-37, 55040, 
55084, 55090 (part), 55092 (part) *537l fojt? 553?^ ^S?*^ JS 7 ^ 55 73 ( P art) ' 35074 ' 35079 <PrtX 55080, 
55731-36, 55738/55740-42, 5^744 55746 55748 58 MJ^SS 1 4-S?, 1 ^ / 5609 ' 55612 - 16 . 55701-13, 55716-29, 

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MISSISSIPPI 102d Congress 169 

MISSISSIPPI 

(Population, 1980 census, 2,520,638) 

SENATORS 

THAD COCHRAN, Republican, of Jackson, MS; born in Pontotoc, MS, December 7, 
1937; graduated, Byram High School, 1955; B.A., University of Mississippi, 1959; J.D., 
University of Mississippi Law School, 1965; received a Rotary Foundation Fellowship 
and studied international law and jurisprudence at Trinity College, University of Dublin, 
Ireland, 1963-64; served in U.S. Navy, 1959-61; admitted to Mississippi Bar in 1965; 
board of directors, Jackson Rotary Club, 1970-71; Outstanding Young Man of the Year 
Award, Junior Chamber of Commerce in Mississippi, 1971; president, young lawyers sec- 
tion of Mississippi State Bar, 1972-73; married to the former Rose Clayton of New 
Albany, MS, 1964; two children: Clayton and Katherine; elected to the 93d Congress, 
November 7, 1972; reelected to 94th and 95th Congresses; elected to the U.S. Senate, 
November 7, 1978, for the 6-year term beginning January 3, 1979; subsequently appointed 
by the Governor December 27, 1978, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of 
Senator James O. Eastland; reelected November 6, 1984. 

Office Listings 

326 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-2402 224-5054 

Chief of Staff. Margo Carlisle. 

Administrative Assistant. Haley Fisackerly. 

Legislative Director. Jack Hoggard. 
Suite 614, 188 East Capitol Street, Jackson, MS 39201 (601) 965-4459 

Administrative Assistant. Wiley Carter. 



TRENT LOTT, Republican, of Pascagoula, MS; born October 9, 1941, in Grenada, 
MS; son of Chester P. and lona (Watson) Lott; graduate of Pascagoula public schools and 
the University of Mississippi, B.P.A., 1963; J.D., 1967; served as field representative for 
the University of Mississippi, 1963-65; acting law alumni secretary of the Ole Miss 
Alumni Association, 1966-67; practiced law in Pascagoula in 1967 with Bryan & Gordon 
law firm; administrative assistant to Congressman William M. Colmer, 1968-72; member: 
Sigma Nu social fraternity, Phi Alpha Delta legal fraternity, Jackson County Bar Asso- 
ciation, American Bar Association, the Masons, First Baptist Church of Pascagoula; mar- 
ried Patricia E. Thompson of Pascagoula, December 27, 1964; two children: Chester T., 
Jr., and Tyler Elizabeth; elected to the 93d Congress, November 7, 1972; reelected to 
each succeeding Congress; member, Judiciary Committee, Merchant Marine and Fisher- 
ies, 93d Congress; Committee on Rules, Post Office and Civil Service Committee, 94th 
Congress and 95th Congress; member, Committee on Rules; chairman, House Republican 
Research Committee, 96th Congress; House Republican whip, Committee on Rules, 97th, 
98th, 99th, and 100th Congresses; elected on November 8, 1988 to the U.S. Senate for the 
term beginning January 3, 1989. 

Office Listings 

487 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-2403 

Administrative Assistant. Prentiss W. Bolin, Jr. FAX: 

Executive Secretary. Susan W. Wells. 
Press Secretary. Bruce Lott. 



Legislative Assistant. Laura Ann Mullins. 



245 East Capitol Street, Jackson, MS 39201 

3100 South Pascagoula Street, Pascagoula, MS 39567 

One Government Plaza, Gulfport, MS 39502 

Golden Triangle Regional Airport, Columbus, MS 37901 . 

911 Jackson Avenue, Oxford, MS 38655 

20 East Washington Street, Greenwood, MS 38930 



(601 



965-4644 
762-5400 
864-1988 
329-3897 
234-3774 
453-5681 



170 Congressional Directory MISSISSIPPI 

REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 

JAMIE L WRITTEN, Democrat, of Charleston, MS; born at Cascilla, MS; married to 
Miss Rebecca Thompson, of Saltfflo, MS; two children: James Lloyd and Beverly Rebec- 
c^memtSTof Presb^erian Church, Masonic Order Rotanan, Lions Club Phi Alpha 
Delta and Beta Theta Pi fraternities; educated in the public schools of Cascilla and 
Charleston, MS; attended both literary and law departments of the University of Missis- 
siDDi and has since practiced law at Charleston, MS; served 1 year as school principal; 
elected to the Mississippi House of Representatives when 21 years of age and served one 
session: elected district attorney, at the age of 23, of the 17th District of Mississippi (Tal- 
lahatchie Yalobusha, Panola, Tate, and De Soto Counties); reelected district attorney 
twice and served hi that capacity until elected to the 77th Congress at a special election; 
reelected to the 78th and each succeeding Congress, now serving 26th term; chairman, 
Committee on Appropriations, and dean of the U.S. House of Representatives; author: 
"That We May Live," 1966. 

Office Listing^ 

2314 Raybura House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2401 225-4306 

Staff Assistants: Shirley M. Albert; Hal DeCell. 
Post Office Building, Charleston, MS 38921 (601) 647-2413 

Field Office Assistant. Marion F. (Buddy) Bishop. 

P.O. Box 667, Oxford, MS 38655 (601) 234-9064 

P.O. Box 1482, Tupelo, MS 38802 (601) 844-5437 

Staff Assistant Mrs. Billy Ballard. 



Counties: Alcorn, Benton, Calhoun, Chickasaw, De Soto, Itawamba, Lafayette, Lee, Marshall, Monroe, Montgomery, 
Pontotoc, Prentiss, Tate, Tippah, Tishomingo, Union, Webster, and Yalobusha. CHOCTAW COUNTY. That part not 
contained in the Third District. PANOLA COUNTY: That part not contained m the Second Dtstnct. TALLAHATCHIE 
COUNTY: That pan not contained in the Second District. Population (1980), 504,671. 

ZIP Code* 38601-04, 38606 (part), 38610-11, 38618-20, 38621 (part), 38625, 38627, 38629, 38632-33, 38635, 38637-38, 
38641-42, 38643 (part), 38646 (part), 38647-52, 38654-55, 38658-59, 38661, 38663, 38664 (part). 38665 (part), 38666- 
68, 38671, 38673-75, 38677. 38679-80, 38683-85, 38801-03, 38820-21, 38824-29, 38833-34, 38838-39, 38841, 38843- 
44, 38846-52, 38854-60, 38862-71, 38873-80, 38913-16, 38920 (part), 38921 (part), 38922, 38925 (part), 38929 (part), 
38948-49, 38951, 38953. 38955, 38958, 38960-62, 38965, 38967 (part), 39176 (part), 39730, 39735 (part), 39740 (part), 
39744 (part), 39746-47, 39751 (part), 39756, 39773 (part). 39776 (part) 



SECOND DISTRICT 

MIKE ESPY, Democrat, of Yazoo City, MS; born November 30, 1953; graduated 
Howard University, Washington, D.C., BA, 1975; graduated University of Santa Clara 
Law School, Santa Clara, CA., 1978; attorney with Central Mississippi Legal Services, 
1978-80; Assistant Secretary of State, chief, Mississippi Legal Services, 1978-80; Assistant 
Secretary of Public Lands Division, 1980-84; Assistant State Attorney General, chief of 
the Division of Consumer Protection, 1984-85; vice chair, Jackson area United Way Ad- 
visory Committee; president, Howard University Alumni Club of Mississippi; board of di- 
rectors, Common Cause of Mississippi; board of directors, Mississippi First, Inc.; board of 
directors, Jackson Urban League; recipient, Jack H. Young Sr. Award, Jackson Branch 
of the NAACP; recipient, Yazoo Hometowners Club; Married, Sheila Bell, 1978; two 
children, Jamilla and Mike; member: Agriculture and Budget committees; Select Commit- 
tee on Hunger, chairman, Lower Mississippi Delta Caucus; chairman, Domestic Hunger 
Task Force; Majority Whip at-Large; elected to the 100th Congress, November 4, 1986; 
reelected November 8, 1988; reelected November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

216 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2402... . 225-5876 

Administrative Assistant Wardell Townsend. "" 

Press Secretary. Mary Dixon. 
District Director. Oleta Fitzgerald. 

aarfcdale City Hall, 416 Third Street, Clarksdale, MS 38614 (601) 624-9929 

City Hall Annex, 340 Main Street, Greenville, MS 38701 [ (601) 334-3779 



MISSISSIPPI 102d Congress 111 

Vicksburg City Hall, Room 302, 1401 Walnut Street, Vicksbure, MS 39180.... (601) 638-3779 
300 South Main Street, Yazoo City, MS 39194 (601) 746-1400 



Counties: Bolivar, Carroll, Claiborne, Coahoma, Grenada, Holmes, Humphreys, Issaquena, Jefferson, Leflore, Quit- 
man, Sharkey, Sunflower, Tunica, Warren, Washington, and Yazoo. ATTALA COUNTY: That part not contained in 
the Third District. HINDS COUNTY. That part not contained in the Fourth District. MADISON COUNTY: That part 
not contained in the Thud District. PANOJLA COUNTY: Precincts of Crenshaw, Curtis, East Crowder, Longtown, 
Pleasant Grove, and South Curtis. TALLAHATCHIE COUNTY: All precincts located in Supervisors* Districts 4 and 5 
Population (1980), 503,831. ^ 

ZIP Codes: 38606 (part), 38609, 38614, 38617, 38621 (part), 38622-23, 38626, 38628, 38630-31, 38639, 38643 (part), 
38644-45, 38646 (part), 38657, 38662, 38664 (part), 38665 (part). 38669-70, 38672, 38676, 38701-04, 38720-23, 
38725-26, 38730-33, 38736-40, 38744-46, 38748-49, 38751, 38753-56. 38758-65, 38767-69, 38771-76, 38778-82, 
38901, 38912, 38917, 38920 (part), 38921 (part), 38923-24, 38925 (part), 38926-28, 38929 (part), 38930, 38940-41, 
38943-47, 38950, 38952, 38954, 38957, 38959, 38963-64, 38966, 38967 (part), 39038-41, 39045-46, 39049-50, 39054- 
55, 39061, 39063-64, 39066, 39070-72, 39079, 39081, 39086, 39088, 39090739095, 39097, 39107, 39110, 39113, 39115, 
39144, 39146, 39150, 39156-57, 39159-60, 39162-63, 39166, 39169, 39171-73, 39175 (part), 39176 (part), 39177, 
39179-80, 39189 (part), 39192, 39194, 39735 (part), 39737, 39744 (part), 39745, 39750 (part), 39751 (part), 39752, 
39757, 39767, 39771-72 (part) 



THIRD DISTRICT 

G.V. (SONNY) MONTGOMERY, Democrat, of Meridian, MS.; born in Meridian; 
B.S., Mississippi State University; served in World War II and Korean conflict; retired 
major general, Mississippi National Guard, having served more than 35 years in the mili- 
tary; recipient of Legion of Merit, Bronze Star for Valor, Meritorious Service Award 
Commendation Medal, and Mississippi Magnolia Cross Award; Combat Infantry Badge, 
Congressional Award by the Veterans of Foreign Wars, Silver Helmet Congressional 
Award from AMVETS of World War II; the highest award given by the National Guard 
Association of the United States: the Harry S. Truman Award, for "constant and out- 
standing support and counsel in behalf of National Guard personnel," and Distinguished 
Service Citation by Reserve Officers Association of United States; member, Episcopal 
Church; member of Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, 40 and 8, Shrine, 
Masons, Scottish Rite and York Rite, past president of Mississippi State University 
Alumni Association, Mississippi Heart Association, and Mississippi National Guard Asso- 
ciation; owned and operated Montgomery Insurance Agency prior to being elected to 
U.S. Congress; served in Mississippi State Senate representing Lauderdale County, 1956- 
66; elected to 90th Congress, November 8, 1966; reelected to 91st and each succeeding 
Congress; member of House Armed Services Committee and Veterans* Affairs Committee 
(chairman); served as chairman of House Select Committee on Missing Persons in South- 
east Asia in 94th Congress, and chairman, Special House Committee on Southeast Asia in 
95th Congress; he has made a total of 13 trips to Vietnam; former president of Congres- 
sional Prayer Breakfast group. In May 1984, he was asked by President Reagan to head a 
House delegation to observe the presidential elections in El Salvador. He was appointed 
hi June 1984 by the Speaker of the House to lead the official House contingent to the 
40th anniversary of the D-Day invasion at Normandy; was asked to be the first Member 
of Congress to lead the pledge of allegiance when it became a permanent part of daily 
operations in the House on September 13, 1988. 

Office Listings 

2184 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2403 225-5031 

Administrative Assistant. Andre Clemandot, Jr. 

Personal Secretary- Louise D. Medlin. 

Caseworker. Bo Maske. 

Press Secretary/Legislative Director. Kyle T. Steward. 

P.O. Box 5618, Meridian, MS 39302 (601) 

110-D Airport Road, Pearl, MS 39208 - (601) 

P.O. Box 412, Laurel, MS 39441 (601) 

Golden Triangle Airport, Columbus, MS 39701 (601) 



Counties: Clarke, Clay, Jasper, Kemper, Lauderdale, Leak*, Lowndes, Neshoba. Newton. Noxubee, Oktibbeha, Scott, 
Smith, and Winston. ATTALA COUNTY: All except precincts of McAdams, Newport, Sallis, Shrock, and Possum- 
neck. CHOCTAW COUNTY. Panhandle precinct. JONES COUNTY: That part not contained in the Fifth District. 




172 Congressional Directory MISSISSIP PI 

MADISON COUNTY. Ridgeland precinct. RANKIN COUNTY: That part not contained in the Fourth District Ponui 
tion (1980), 503,760. ' ** 

ZIP Codes: 39042, 39051, 39057, 39067, 39073 (part), 39074, 39076, 39077 (part), 39080, 39087, 39092, 39094 lonw 
39108-09, 39111 (part), 39114, 39116-17, 39119 (part), 39145, 39148. 39151-53, 39158, 39161, 39168 (part) 39 
(part), 39176 (partX39189 (part), 39193, 39208, 39218, 39301-05, 39309, 39320, 39323, 39325-30. 39332/39335 39 
39341-tt, 39345-48, 39350, 39352-56, 39358-59, 39360 (part), 39361, 39363-66, 39422. 39436, 39437 (part) 39$ 
(part), 39440-42, 39460, 39464 (part), 39476 (part), 39477, 39480-81, 39701-05, 39735 (part), 39736. 39738-39 39740 
(part), 39741, 39743, 39750 (part), 39751 (part), 39753-55, 39758-59, 39762, 39766, 39769. 39772 (part), 39773 fo? 
39776 (part) ^ jl 



FOURTH DISTRICT 

MIKE. PARKER, Democrat, of Brookhaven, MS; born in Laurel, Jones County, MS, 
on October 31, 1949; son of Rev. and Mrs. Milton Paul Parker; graduated, Franklin High 
School, Meadville, MS, 1967; B.A., William Carey College, Hattiesburg, MS, 1970; small 
businessman; member, Faith Presbyterian Church; married to the former Rosemary 
Prather; three children: Michael Adrian, Marisa, and Thomas Welch; elected on Novem- 
ber 8, 1988, to the 101th Congress; serves on the Committee on Public Works and Trans- 
portation (Subcommittees on Aviation; Surface Transportation; and Water Resources); 
member, House Budget Committee, Task Force of Budget Process, Reconciliation and 
Enforcement; member, Committee on Economic Policy, Protections and Revenues. 

Office Listings 

1504 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2404 225-5865 

Administrative Assistant/Legislative Director. Arthur Rhodes. FAX: 225-5886 

Executive Assistant/Scheduler. Pat Stewart-Holland. 

245 East Capitol Street, Jackson, MS 39201 (601) 965-4085 

Executive Administrative. Ed Cole. 



>Sf^ : i^ < ^ S U^ te> C P iah ' Covington, Franklin, Jefferson Davis, Lawrence, Lincoln, Marion, Pike, Simpson, 
Walthall, and Wilkinson. HINDS COUNTY: All except precincts of Bolton, Brownsville, Cayuga, Chapel Hill, Dry 
Grove, Edwards, Learned, Pinehaven, Pocahontas, Raymond 1, Raymond 2, Tinnin, Utica 1, and Utica 2, RANKIN 

' County Une ' Dobson " Dry Creek ' Johns ' Mountam Grtek * Puckett - 



' 3 ! 62 ' 39069 ' 39073 <?**> 39077 <P art > 39078 ' 39082-83, 39096, 39111 (part), 
^ 4 ' ? l6 f ' 39167 ' 39168 <P* rt >' 3917 <P* rt >' 39174 > 39175 Part ' 

/ 39225> 39236> 39401 (part) ' 39402 <p ftrt >' 39421 > 39427 ' 39429 39439 



FIFTH DISTRICT 



tei2S N f7 T ^S L R ' ^T^^ f Bay St ' ^^ MS; born in New Orleans, LA on Sep- 
tember 17, 1953; attended Catholic schools in New Orleans, Bay St. Louis, Baton Rouge, 

? m De T LaSalle HiS* a*** New Orleans, LA, 1971; B.A., Tulane Urir 
o^ 1 * i' 19?4; ndlMte studies ^ b ^iness and economics, August 
Q?T er ."^ "PreMMtative, Stone Container Corporation, 1977-89; city 
Bay St Louis, 1981-83; State senator, 1983-89; member: Conservative Dem- 
Democr atic Leadership Conference; married in 1978 

chiidren: sarah ' Em%j Gary; eiected to the io2d 



MISSISSIPPI 



102d Congress 173 



Office Listings 

1429 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2405 225-5772 

Administrative Assistant. Wayne Weidie 

Office Manager. Brian Martin. 

Legislative Director. Stephen Peranich. 

Executive Secretary/Scheduler. Stephanie Seymour. 
2424 Fourteenth Street, Gulfport, MS 39501 (601) 864-7670 

District Representative. Beau Gex. 
215 Federal Building. 701 Main Street, Hattiesburg, MS 39401 (601) 582-3246 

(601) 762-1770 



Counties: Forrest George, Greene, Hancock, Hamson, Jackson, Lamar, Pearl River, Perry, Stone and Wayne 

^ rM ^ ' 



$; 39482 (part] ,, 3950M)3, 39505^07, 39520, 39529-35, 39550-53, 39555-56, 39558, 39560-61, 39563-65, 39567- 
68, 39571-74, 39576-77 



174 Congressional Directory MISSOURI 

MISSOURI 

(Population, 1980 census, 4,916,686) 

SENATORS 

JOHN C. DANFORTH, Republican, of Newburg, MO; born in St. Louis, MO, Sep. 
tember 5, 1936; graduated, St. Louis Country Day School, 1954; A.B., Princeton Univer- 
sity, 1958; B.D., LL.B., Yale University, 1963; admitted to the bar in 1963 and com- 
menced practice in New York, N.Y., until 1966 when he returned to St. Louis, MO., to 
practice law; ordained clergy, Episcopal Church; served as Missouri attorney general, 
1969-76; member, Yale Corp., 1973-79; trustee, Princeton University; married to the 
former Sally Dobson; five children: Eleanor, Mary, D.D., Jody, and Tom; elected to the 
U.S. Senate, November 2, 1976, for the 6-year term beginning January 3, 1977; reelected 
November 2, 1982, for the 6-year term beginning January 3, 1983; reelected November 8, 
1988, for the 6-year term beginning January 3, 1989. 

Office Listings 

249 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-2502 224-6154 

Administrative Assistant Alexander V. Netchvolodoff. TDD: 224-7071 

Personal Secretary. Judith A. Hollis. 

News Secretary. Stephen W. Hilton. 

Executive Assistant/Appointments. Sherry L. Kenney 

1233 Jefferson Street, Jefferson City, MO 65109 (314) 635-7292 

U.S. Courthouse, Suite 943, 811 Grand Avenue, Kansas City, MO 64106 (816) 426-6101 

Old Post Office Building, Room 228, 815 Olive Street, St. Louis, MO 63101 .. . (314) 539-6381 

Plaza Towers, Suite 705, 1736 East Sunshine, Springfield, MO 65804 (417) 881-7068 

Room 214, 339 Broadway, Cape Girardeau, MO 63701 (314) 334-7044 



CHRISTOPHER S. BOND, Republican, of Mexico, MO; born March 6, 1939, in St. 
Louis; B.A., cum laude, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs of 
Princeton University, 1960; J.D., valedictorian, University of Virginia, 1963; held a clerk- 
ship with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit until 1964; practiced law in 
Washington, D.C., and returned to Missouri, 1967; named assistant attorney general of 
Missouri, 1969; elected: State auditor, 1970; Governor of Missouri, 1973-77, 1981-85; U.S. 
Senator, November 4, 1986; member, Appropriations Committee; Banking, Housing, and 
Urban Affairs; Budget; and Small Business Committees; married to Carolyn Reid of 
Owensboro, Kentucky, 1967; one son, Samuel Reid Bond, born in 1981. 

Office Listings 

293 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-2503 224-5721 

Administrative Assistant. Warren Erdman. FAX- 224-8149 

Legal Counsel. Brent Franzel. ^*-nw 
Legislative Director. Julie Dammann 
Scheduling Secretary. Anne Ekern. 

f 12 H 6 ' 291 J B hw *y. Lee* 8 Summit, MO 64063 (816) 524-6141 

312 Monroe Street, Jefferson City MO 65101 ' ' " >?u< 634-2488 

Room 220, 815 Olive Street, St Louis, MO 63101 :^2:I'7" (34 539^067 

5? m 7??>. 1736 Sunshine, Springfield, MO 65804 (417) 881-7068 

Federal Building, Room 214, 339 Broadway, Cape Girardeau, MO!" (314) 334-7044 



REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 

Y, Democrat, of St. Louis, MO; born in St. Louis, MO, April 



MISSOURI 



102d Congress 175 

Carol A Johnson; three children: Vicki, William, Jr., and Michelle; elected to the 91st 
Congress, November 5, 1968; reelected to each succeeding Congress; member. House 
Committee on Education and Labor; chairman, House Committee on Post Office and 
Civil Service; House Administration Committee; Congressional Black Caucus; and the 
Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee; chairman, Subcommittee on Libraries 
and Memorials. 

Office Listings 

2470 Raybum House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2501 MS" 

Administrative Assistant. Jerome W. Williams. FAX: 225-1725 

Legislative Assistant. Michele Bogdanovich. 
6197 Delmar, St. Louis, MO 63112 (3* 4 > 725-5770 

District Assistant. Pearlie Evans. . , 

12263 Bellefontaine Road, St. Louis, MO 63138 (314) 355-6811 

Office Assistant. Virginia Cook. 



group j ^unj^jfc. ->*Ai)t www* >.w - - vr-- " =r- * 

5 (block 522), census tract 1039 (part), block groups 1 ai 
tracts 1041, 1042, 1045, 1051-1055, 1061-1067 1071-1077, 




, 117 and 118), block 
LZUJ, census ww. ^J8 (part), block group 

P3 (blocks 307-324 and 344-348), census 
1097, 1101-1105, 1111-1115, 1121-1124, 
' -- - e (blocks 610 and 









tract 1A3* vpari;, uiw-. ^wny * 
Population (1980), 546,208. 

53103 (part), 63104 (part), 63105-08, 63110 (part), 63112- 13, 
, 63132Cpart), 63133, 63135-38, 63139 (part). 63143, 63144 

* * 
SECOND DISTRICT 

1968; elected to the 102d Congress on November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

1008 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2502 22sll378 

Administrative Assistant. Bruce Singleton. *** 

Office Manager. Mattie Barrow. 



9666 Olive Boulevard, 



6330! 
63132 CM) 993-6565 



Breckenridge Hills, 
Clarkson Valley, 

reres, xumiiuio^i*, Ellisvflle, Eur^ca, 
KiSocli, Kklcwood, Ladue, lynches- 

'its, Rock Hill, St. Ann, 

Groves, Westwood, 






176 Congressional Directory MISSOURI 

(part), 63122 (part), 63124, 63128 (part), 63131, 63132 (part), 63134, 63140-41, 63144 (part), 63145-46, 63301 (part), 
63376 (part) 



THIRD DISTRICT 

RICHARD A. GEPHARDT, Democrat, of St. Louis, MO.; born in St. Louis, January 
31 1941- graduated, Southwest High School, 1958; B.S., Northwestern University, 1962- 
J.D., University of Michigan Law School, 1965; admitted to the bar in 1965 and com- 
menced practice in St. Louis; attorney, partner, Thompson & Mitchell law firm, 1965-77- 
served in Missouri Air National Guard, 1965-71; chairman, Young Lawyer's Section, the 
Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis, 1971-73; Democratic Committeeman of 14th 
Ward, city of St. Louis, MO, 1971-77; member: Third Baptist Church, St. Louis, MO, 
Kiwanis, Boy Scouts of America, Children's United Research Effort, Missouri Bar Asso- 
ciation, and the Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis; married to the former Jane 
Ann Byrnes, 1966; three children: Matthew, Christine, and Katherme; elected to the 95th 
Congress, November 2, 1976; reelected to each succeeding Congress; member, Budget 
Committee; member, House Steering and Policy Committee; member, Democratic 
Caucus; ex officio member, Select Committee on Intelligence; past chairman, Democratic 
Leadership Council; majority leader; was the first Democrat Presidental candidate to an- 
nounce in the 1988 national election. 

Office Listings 

1432 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2503 225-2671 

Administrative Assistant. Andrea King. 

Legislative Director. James Hawley. 

Office Manager. Barbara Davis. 
9959 Gravois, St. Louis, MO 63123 (314) 631-9959 

District Director. Robert Holden. 



Jefferson County. St Louis City: That part south of Highway 44. ST. Louis COUNTY: That part south of Highway 44 
and east of Bowles Avenue. Population (1980), 546,102. 

ZIP Codes: 63010, 63012, 63015 (part), 63016, 63019-20, 63023, 63025 (part), 63026 (part), 63028 (part), 63030, 63041, 
63047-53, 63057, 63065-66, 63069 (part), 63070, 63083, 63087 (part), 63103 (part), 63104 (part), (63109 (part), 63110 
(part), 63111, 63116, 63118, 63119 (part), 63120, 63122 (part), 63123, 63125-27, 63128 (part), 63129, 63139 (part), 
63144 (part), 63157, 63163, 63627 (part), 63628 (part) 



FOURTH DISTRICT 

IKE SKELTON, Democrat, of Lexington, MO; born in Lexington, Lafayette County, 
MO, December 20, 1931; graduated, Lexington High School, 1949; attended Wentworth 
Military Academy, Lexington, MO; graduated, University of Missouri: A.B., 1953; LL.B., 
1956; attended University of Edinburgh (Scotland), 1953; lawyer; admitted to the bar in 
1957 and commenced practice in Lexington, MO; elected, State senate, 1970; reelected, 
loIi K * 6011 *"* "Jfy* Lafayette County, 1957-60; special assistant attorney general, 
1961-63; member: Phi Beta Kappa honor society, Missouri Bar Association, Lions, Elks, 
iSSf*** B y, ? outs jf"* Christian Church; married to the former Susan B> Anding, 
1961; three chUdren: Dee, James, and Page; elected to the 95th Congress, November 2, 
1976; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listing* 

2134 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2504 225-2876 

Administrative Assistant. Jack Pollard. * FAX- 225-2695 

Apix>inteienta.--Catharine Miller. 

s Director. Amy Blankenship. 

' *- , Blue Springs, MO 64015 



319 south i^S 



161* Industrial Drive, Jefferson City, MO 'Sit6TZ!^Z!3"!;!!;;!;!;;";r.;"r. (314) 



MISSOURI 102d Congress 111 

Counties: Barton, Bates, Benton, Camden, Cass, Cole, Henry, Hickory, Johnson, Laclede, Lafayette, Manes, Miller, 
Moniteau, Morgan, Pettis, Pulaski, St, Clair, Texas, and Vernon. JACKSON COUNTY. All of the county east of 
Missouri Highway 291, excluding a portion of the county north of U.S. Highway 24 and east of Old Atherton 
Road; also excluding the city of Greenwood in the south central area of the county. Population (1980), 546,637. 

ZBP Codes: 64001, 6401 1-12, 64015-16, 64019-22, 64O29. 64034 (part), 64037, 64040, 64O50 (part), 64055 (part), 64056- 
58, 64061, 64063 (part), 64O64 (part), 64066-67, 64O70-71, 64074-76, 64078, 64080, 64O81 (part), 64083. 64090, 
64093, 64096-97, 64701, 64720, 64722-26, 64728, 64730, 64733-35, 64738-41, 64742 (part), 64743, 64744 (part), 
64745-47, 64748 (part), 64750-51, 64752 (part), 64755 (part), 64759-63, 64765-67, 64769-72, 64776-81, 64783-84, 
64788-89, 64790 (part), 64832 (part), 65001 (part), 65011, 65013 (part), 65014 (part), 65017-18, 65020, 65023, 65O25 
(part), 65026, 65031-32, 65034 (part), 65037-38, 6504O, 65042, 65046-47, 65049-5O, 65052-53, 65055, 65058 (part), 
65064-65, 65072, 65074-76, 65078-79. 65081 (part), 65082-84, 65101, 65109, 65301, 65305, 65321 (part), 65322 
(part), 65323-27, 65329, 65332, 65333 (part), 65334-38, 65345, 65347 (part), 65348 (part), 65350, 65351 (part), 65354- 
5T65360, 65401 (part), 65433, 65443-44, 65452, 65457, 65459 (part), 65461 (part), 65462 (part), 65463 (part). 65464, 
65468, 65470 (part), 65473, 65479, 65483-84, 65486, 65534, 65536 (part), 65542 (part), 65543 (part), 65548 (part), 
65550 (part), 65552, 65555-57, 65559 (part), 65560 (part), 65564, 65567. 65570, 65571 (part), 65580, 65582-83, 65589, 
65591, 65632 (part), 65634, 65650 (part), 65660 (part), 65662 (part), 65668, 65674 (part), 65689 (part), 65711 (part), 
65713 (part), 65721 (part), 65722 (part), 65724, 65732 (part), 65735, 65767 (part), 65774, 65779 (part), 65785 (part), 
65786 (part), 65787, 65793 (part), 66741 (part) ^ 



FIFTH DISTRICT 

ALAN WHEAT, Democrat, of Kansas City, MO; born in San Antonio, TX on Octo- 
ber 16, 1951; attended schools in the Midwest and Seville, Spain; graduated, Airline High 
School, Bossier City, LA, 1968; B.A., Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA, 1972; economist, 
Department of Housing and Urban Development and Mid-America Regional Council, 
1973-74; married to the former Yolanda Townsend, 1990; one daughter, Alynda; aide, 
Jackson County, MO, Legislature, 1975-76; elected to the Missouri General Assembly, 
1977-82; elected on November 2, 1982 to the 98th Congress; reelected to each succeeding 
Congress. 

Office Listings 

1210 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2505 225-4535 

Administrative Assistant Margaret E. Broadaway. 

Appointment Secretary. Winsome Packer. 

Press Secretary. Lynn Peebles. 
Room 935, 811 Grand, Kansas City, MO 64106-1997 (816) 842-4545 

District Director. Gerard Grimaldi. - 
Room 221, 301 West Lexington, Independence, MO 64050-3724 (816) 833-4545 



Jackson County: That part not contained in the Fourth District; municipalities of Grandview, Greenwood, .Independ- 
ence (that part located west of Missouri Highway 291), Kansas City (that part located within Jackson County), 
Lee's Summit (that part located west of Missouri Highway 291), Raytown, Sugar Creek (that part located west of 
Missouri Highway 291), and Unity Village. Population (1980), 546,882. , 

ZIP Codes; 64030, 64034 (part), 64050 (part), 64051-54, 64055 (part), 64063 (part), 64064 <part), 64081 (part), 64082, 
64100-02, 6*105-06, 6*108-14, 64120,^4123-34, 64136-39, 641*1^2, 64145-47, 64149, 64199 

* * * 
SIXTH DISTRICT 

E. THOMAS COLEMAN, Republican, of Gladstone, MO; born in Kansas City, MO, 
May 29, 1943; educated in Kansas City public schools; B,A., William Jewell College, 
1965- Mister in public administration, New York University, 1969; J.D., Washington Uni- 
versity, St. Louis, MO, 1969; admitted to the Missouri Bar and commenced practice in 
1969; served as State assistant attorney general, 1969-72; elected to the Missouri House of 
Representatives, 1972; reelected, 1974; married to the former Manlyn Anderson, 1968; 
three children: Julie, Emily, and Megan; elected to the 94th Congress, November 2, 1976, 
in a special election, and at the same time elected to the 95th Congress; reelected to each 
succeeding Congress; member, House Agriculture Committee, Education and Labor 
Committee; official congressional observer to Arms Control Talks, Geneva; Republican 
Conference, assistant regional whip. 



178 Congressional Directory MISSOURI 

Office Listings 

2468 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2506 225-7041 

Executive Assistant. Dennis E. Lambert. FAX- 225-4799 

Office Manager. Lyn Gunsalus. 
Room 851, NW. 45th Street, Kansas City, MO 641 16 (816) 454-7117 

District Assistant. Kris Lancaster. 
Post Office and Federal Building, 8th and Edmond, St. Joseph, MO 64501 (816) 364-3900 

Office Manager. Marylin Erganian. 



Counties: Andrew, Atchison, Buchanan, Caldwell, Carroll, Chanton, Clay, Chnton, Cooper, Daviess, DC Kalb 
Gentry, Grundy, Harrison, Holt, Howard, Linn, Livingston, Mercer, Nodaway, Platte, Putnam, Ray, Saline 
Schuyler, Sullivan, and Worth. JACKSON COUNTY: The northeast corner, extending south from the Missouri River 
to Highway 24, including the community of Levasy and rural Buckner Population (1980), 546,614. 

ZIP Codes: 51630 (part), 51640 (part), 51647 (part), 52537 (part), 63534 (part), 63535 (part), 63536 (part), 63541, 63544 
(part), 63545 (part), 63546 (part), 63548, 63551, 63556, 63557 (part), 63558 (part), 63560-61, 63565-67, 64017-18, 
64024, 64028, 64035-36, 64048, 64050 (part), 64060, 64062, 64068, 64072-73, 64077, 64079, 64084-85, 64088-89 
64092, 64098, 64116-19, 64150-58, 64161, 64163-68, 64195-96, 64401-02, 64420-49. 64451-59, 64461, 64463, 64465- 
71, 64473-87, 64489-94, 64496-508, 64601, 64620-25, 64628, 64630-33, 64635-61, 64664-65, 64667-68, 64670-74, 
64676-77, 64679-83, 64686-89, 65025 (part), 65068, 65081 (part), 65230 (part), 65233, 65236-37, 65243 (part), 65244 
(part), 65246, 65248, 65250, 65254, 65256 (part), 65261, 65274, 65276, 65281, 65286, 65287 (part), 65320, 65321 
(part), 65322 (part), 65330, 65333 (part), 65339-40, 65344, 65347 (part), 65348 (part), 65349, 65351 (part) 



SEVENTH DISTRICT 

MEL HANCOCK, Republican, of Springfield, MO; born in Cape Fair, Stone County, 
MO on September 14, 1929; attended Mark Twain Elementary School, Carthage, MO, 
and Highland Park Junior High, Topeka, KS; graduated, Senior High School, Spring- 
field, MO, 1947; B.S., Southwest Missouri State College, Springfield, 1951; served: U.S. 
Air Force, 1951-53; U.S. Air Force Reserve, second lieutenant, 1953-65; businessman; 
member: Farm Bureau, National Rifle Association, American Legion; chairman, Taxpay- 
ers Survival Association; married to the former "Sug" McDaniel; three children: S. Lee, 
D. Kim, and Lu Ann; elected November 8, 1988; reelected to 102d Congress on Novem- 
ber 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

318 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2507 .., 225-6536 

Administrative Assistant. Gerry Henson. 

Appointment Secretary. Shannon Scruggs. 

Legislative Assistant. Duncan Haggart. 

Press Secretary. Sam Coring. 

2840 East Chestnut Expressway, Springfield, MO 65802 (417) 862-4317 

302 Federal Building, Joplin, MO 64801 (417) 781-1041 



omito Barry, Cedar, .Christian, Bade, Dallas, Douglas, Greene, Jasper, Lawrence, McDonald, Newton, Ozark, 
Polk, Stone, Taney, Webster, and Wright. Population (1980), 545,921. 

(p * rt) " 64756 ' 6479 &*& <"801-04, 64830-31. 64832 (part), 64833-36, 



, 
**"* * 1 ' ^^ 6S Sri>. W (part), 65790 (part),' 65793 (part), 65801- 



MISSOURI 102d Congress 179 

EIGHTH DISTRICT 

BILL EMERSON, Republican, of Cape Girardeau, MO; born in St. Louis, MO, Janu- 
ary 1, 1938; raised in Hillsboro, Jefferson County, where he attended the public schools; 
in 1953 was appointed a page in the U.S. House of Representatives by the Honorable 
Thomas B. Curtis and received his high school diploma in 1955 from the U.S. Capitol 
Page School; B.A., Westminster College, Fulton, MO, 1959; LL.B., University of Balti- 
more, 1964; special assistant to U.S. Representative Robert R Ellsworth, 1961-65; admin- 
istrative assistant to U.S. Representative/Senator Charles McC. Mathias, Jr., 1965-70; di- 
rector, Government relations, Fairchild Industries, 1970-73; director, public affairs, Inter- 
state Natural Gas Association, 1974-75; executive assistant to the chairman, Federal Elec- 
tion Commission, 1975; director, Federal relations, TRW, Inc., 1975-79; president, Wil- 
liam Emerson & Associates, Government relations consultants, 1979-80; captain, USAF 
Res.; Presbyterian; married to the former Jo Ann Hermann; two daughters: Victoria and 
Katharine; two daughters by previous marriage, Elizabeth and Abigail; elected to the 
97th Congress, November 4, 1980; redacted to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

438 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2508 225^*404 

Chief of Staff. Lloyd Smith. FAX: 225-9621 

Senior Legislative Assistance. Perryanne Buchanan. 

Press Secretary. Marianna Deal. 

Personal Assistant/Office Manager. Tricia Schade. 

Federal Building, 339 Broadway, Cape Girardeau, MO 63701 (314) 335-0101 

612 Pine, Rolla, MO 65401 (314) 364-2455 



Counties: Bellinger, Butler, Cape Girardeau, Carter, Crawford, Dent, Dunklin, Howell, Iron, Madison, Mississippi, 
New Madrid, Oregon, Pemiscot, Perry, Phclps, Reynolds, Ripley, St. Francois, Ste. Genevieve, Scott, Shannon, 
Stoddard, Washington, and Wayne. FRANKLIN COUNTY: Census tract 8011. Population (1980), 546,112. 

ZIP Codes: 63028 (part), 63036, 63071, 63080 (part), 63087 (part), 63601, 63620-26, 63627 (part), 63628 (part), 63629- 
33 63636-38, 63640, 63644-46, 63648, 63650-51, 63653-56, 63660-66, 63670, 63673 (part), 63674-76, 63680, 63701, 
63730 63732-33, 63735-40, 63742-48, 63750-53, 63755, 63758-6O, 63762-72, 63774-76, 63779-87, 63801, 63820, 
63821 (part), 63822-30, 63833-34, 63837-41, 63845-53, 63855, 63857, 63860, 63862-63, 63866-71, 63873-82, 63901, 
63931-34763935 (part), 63936-^5, 63947, 63950-57, 63959-67, 65034 (part), 65O66 (part), 65401 (part). 65436, 65438- 
40 65441 (part), 65446, 65449, 65451, 65453 (part). 65456, 65459 (part), 65461 (part), 65462 (part), 65466, 65501, 
65529, 65532765535. 65540-41, 65542 (part), 65546, 65548 (part), 65550 (part), 65559 (part), 65560 (part), 65565-66, 
65571 (part), 65572-73, 65586, 65588, 65606, 65609 (part), 65619 (part), 65626 (part). 65637 (part), 65688, 65689 
(part). 65690, 65692 (part), 65775 (part), 65776-78, 65779 (part), 65788-89, 65790 (part), 65791, 65793 (part) 



NINTH DISTRICT 

HAROLD L. VOLKMER, Democrat, of Hannibal, MO; born in Jefferson City, MO, 
April 4, 1931; educated in the St. Peter's High School, Jefferson City Junior College, St. 
Louis University School of Commerce and Finance, and received LL.B. from University 
of Missouri School of Law, Columbia, 1955; admitted to the bar in 1955, and appointed 
assistant attorney general of Missouri; served in the U.S. Army, 1955-57; prosecuting at- 
torney of Marion County, MO, 1960-66; served in Missouri House of Representatives, 
1966-76, during the 78th general assembly served as chairman of the Judiciary Commit- 
tee, and as a member of the Revenue and Economics Committee, and as a member of the 
Third State Reorganization Commission; elected to the 95th U.S. Congress, November 2, 
1976; reelected to each succeeding Congress; member, House Agriculture Committee and 
House Science and Technology Committee; member: Blessed Sacrament Catholic 
Church, Hannibal; 10th Judicial Circuit Bar Association; Missouri Bar Association; Han- 
nibal Lions Club; and Knights of Columbus; recipient of Hannibal Junior Chamber of 
Commerce Distinguished Service Award and received the St. Louis Globe-Democrat 
Award for Meritorious Public Service in the 76th and 77th Missouri General Assemblies; 
married Shirley Ruth Braskett of Kokomo, IN, August 20, 1955; three children: Jerry 
Wayne, John Paul, and Elizabeth Ann. 



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Office Listings 



2411 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2509 225-2956 

Administrative Assistant Jim Spurlmg. r AX: 225-7834 

Scheduler. Charlene Moore. 

Office Manager. Jeanne Frederick. 
Federal Sflding, Room 370, Hannibal, MO 63401 (314) 221-1200 

District Administrator.-Lee J. Viorel. 

122 Bourke, Macon, MO 63552............. ( g 385-56 5 

912 East Walnut, Columbia, MO 65201 (314) 449-5111 

37 Latayette? P O. Box 229, Washington, MO 63090 (314) 239-4001 



Counties: Adair Audrain, Boone, Callaway, Clark, Gasconade, Knox, Lewis, Lincoln, Macon, Manon, Monroe, 
M^tMm^v'osaeeTpJce, Rails, Randolph, Scotland, Shelby, and Warren. FRANKLIN COUNTY- Census tracts 
Montgomery, usage, , _* ^^ 31Q1 3m d 311 3-3122 Population (1980), 546,171 



i9, 63055-56, 63060-61, 63068, 

072-73, 63077, WU7V, O.MJBU ipan;, owe**, uwozr-yi, uj^wi vpati>, 63302-03, 63330, 63332-34, 
o^ JU . ^^ -^ 63341-53, 63357, 63359, 63361-67, 63369-71, 63373, 63376 (part), 63377-79, 63381-90, 63401, 
63430UT 63445^48, 63450-54, 63456-74, 63501, 63530-33, 63534 (part), 63536 (part), 63537-40, 63543, 63544 (part), 
6354Hwlit) 63546 (part), 63547, 63549, 63552, 63555, 63557 (part), 63558 (part), 63559, 63563, 65001 (part), 65010, 
65013 $)' 650W frS), 65016, 65022, 65024, 65035-36, 65039, 65041, 65043, 65048, 65051, 65054, 65056, 65058 
(part) 65059 65061-63, 65066 (part), 65067, 65069, 65077, 65080, 65085, 65201-03, 65205, 65215, 65230 (part), 
$231-32, 65239-40, 65243 (^65244 (part), 65247, 65251, 65255, 65256 (part), 65257-60, 65262-65, 65270, 
65275, 65278-80, 65282-85, 65287 (part), 65441 (part), 65453 (part), 65559 (part) 



MONTANA 102d Congress 181 

MONTANA 

(Population, 1980 census, 786,690) 

SENATORS 

MAX BAUCUS, Democrat, of Missoula, MT; born in Helena, MT, December 1 1, 
1941; graduated, Helena High School, 1959; B.A. in economics, Stanford University, 
1964; LL.B., Stanford University Law School, 1967; attorney, Civil Aeronautics Board, 
1967-71; attorney, George & Baucus law firm, Missoula, MT; married to the former 
Wanda Minge; one child: Zeno; member: Montana and District of Columbia Bar Associa- 
tions; served in Montana House of Representatives, 1973-74; elected to the 94th Con- 
gress, November 5, 1974; reelected to the 95th Congress; elected to the U.S. Senate, No- 
vember 7, 1978 for a 6-year term beginning January 3, 1979; subsequently appointed De- 
cember 15, 1978, to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Senator Paul Hatfield; 
reelected November 6, 1984 and November 6, 1990; member, Finance Committee, Envi- 
ronment and Public Works Committee, Small Business Committee, Agriculture Commit- 
tee, and Joint Tax Committee. 

Office Listings 

706 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-2602 224-2651 

Chief of Staff. Rodger Schlickeisen. 

Legislative Director. Tom Sliter. 

Office Manager. Liz Ching. 

Press Secretary. Paul Risley. 

Communications Director. Suzanne Lagoni. 

202 Fratt Building, 2817 Second Avenue North, Billings, MT 59101 (406) 657-6790 

(800) 332 olUc> 

PO. Box 1689, Bozeman, MT 59771 (406) 586-6104 

Silver Bow Center, 125 West Granite, Butte, MT 59701 (406) 782-8700 

107 5th Street North, Great Falls, MT 59401 (40g 761-1574 

715 North Main, Kalispell, MT 59901 (jOg 756-1150 

23 South Last Chance Gulch, Helena, MT 59601 (40g 449-5480 

Room 102, 211 North Higgins, Missoula, MT 59802 ~ (406) 329-3123 



CONRAD BURNS, Republican, of Billings, MT; born in Gallatin, Davies County, 
MO on January 25, 1935; attended Pleasant Grove School District 60, Gallatin, MO, 
1940-48- graduated, Gallatin High School, 1952; attended, University of Missouri, Colum- 
bia 1953-54- served, U.S. Marine Corps, corporal, 1955-57; farm broadcaster and auc- 
tioneer- county commissioner, Yellowstone County, 1986; member: Rotary, American 
Legion, American Association of Farm Broadcasters, Atonement Lutheran Church; mar- 
ried to the former Phyllis Kuhlmann; two children: Keely, 19, and Garrett, 14; elected to 
the U.S. Senate on November 8, 1988, for the 6-year term beginning January 3, 1989. 

Office Listings 

183 Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-2603 224-2644 

Administrative Assistant. Jack Ramirez, 

Senior Legislative Director. Tom Fulton. 

Personal Assistant/Scheduler.- Patty Deutsche. 

Office Manager. Margo Rushing. 449-5401 

Suite 202-A, 208 North Montana Av^ue, Helena, MT 59601 (406) 449 JWO1 

2708 First Avenue North, Billings, MT 59101..... 8S8 43M58S 



Congressional Directory MONTANA 

REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 

Democrat, of Helena, MT; born in Helena, MT, October 30, 1937; 



Montana National Guard, 1962-69; educator; served in the Montana House of Represent- 
ativ^T967 executive director, Hubert Humphrey Presidential campaign, Montana, 1968; 
Montana i House of Representatives, 1969; executive assistant to U.S. Congressman John 
Mdcher 1969-71; member, Governor's employment and training council, 1972-78; 
member' Montana Legislative Reapportionment Commission, 1973; cochairman, Jimmy 
^e? Presidential campaign, Montana, 1976; coordinator, Montana Family Education 
Procrram. 1971-78- member, Montana Manpower Council, 1973-78; member, Montana 
pSeration of Teachers- married to the former Carol Griffith, 1965; three children: Griff, 
Erin, and Whitney; elected to the 96th Congress, November 7, 1978; reelected to each 
succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2457 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2601 225-3211 

Staff Director. James P. Foley 
Executive Assistant. Mary B. Flanagan. 
Press Secretary. David E. Roach. 



32 , 



^wu^ Beaverhead, Broadwater, Deer Lodge, Flathcad, Gallatm, Glacier, Granite, Jefferson, Lake, Lewis and 
dark, Lincoln, Madison, Mineral, Missoula, Park, Powell, Ravalli, Sanders, Silver Bow, and Yellowstone National 
Park (part). Population (1980), 410,071. 

ZIP Codes: 59018, 59020-21, 59027, 59030 (part), 59047, 59052 (part), 59065, 59081-82, 59086 (parti, 59410 59411 
(part), 59417 59421 (part), 59427 (part), 59434 (part), 59473, 59601, 59624, 59631-36, 59638-44, 59647-48, 59701, 
$703 597 0-11759713^7, 59720-2^59724-25, 59727-33, 59735-36, 59739-41, 59743, 59745-52, 59754-56, 59758- 
Sl 59772, 59801-03, 598(*-O7, 59820-21, 59823-37, 59840-48, 59851-56, 59858-60, 59863-68, 59870-75, 59901-03, 
59910-23, 59925-37, 83467 (part) 



SECOND DISTRICT 

RON MARLENEE, Republican, of Scobey, MT; born in Scobey, MT, August 8, 1935; 
graduated, Daniels County (Mont.) High School, 1953; attended Montana State Universi- 
ty and University of Montana; Reisch School of Auctioneering; farmer and rancher; con- 
gressional committeeman, Second Congressional District of Montana, 1975-76; member: 
Montana Stockgrowers, Daniels County Farm Bureau, Daniels Fair Association, Masons, 
Lions, Montana Beef Performance Association, Montana Grain Growers Association; Lu- 
theran-American Synod; married to the former Cynthia Tiemann; three children: Sheila, 
Casey, and Allison; elected to the 95th Congress, November 2, 1976; reelected to each 
succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2465 Raybura House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2602 225-1555 

Administrative Assistant. Tom Hannah. 

Legislative Director. Phil Eskeland. 

Personal/Scheduling Assistant. Leslie Lucas. 

Press Secretary. Dan Dubray. 

Ill Fifth Street North, Great Falls, MT 59401 (406) 453-3264 

103 North Broadway, Billings, MT 59101 .'. (4O6) 657-6753 



MONTANA 102d Congress 183 

Counties: Big Horn, Blame, Carbon, Carter, Cascade. Chontean OK* r^- i ^ 

Golden Valley, HU1, Judith Basui, Liberty, jSconV , M^i ^^5? WS n ' FaUcm - Fergus - Garfield 
River, Praine, Richland, Roosevelt, Rosebud, Sh^daZ^^^SV^ ^ PhiUlps ' Ptondeni ' Powder 
Wheatland, Wibaux, and Yellowstone. Population (1980), 3^,6W ' ^" SS ' etOn ' ToOfei Treasure > VaUfi y. 



59028-29, 5903,-39, 59041, 590,3- 

59087-89, 59100-07, 59201, 5921lll5 92H-{lm' ^^^ 59086 G-X 

59252-63, 59270 (part), 59273-74, 59275 (part), 59276? sSS^mff^A Iw^i'i SS^ 59247 ' 48 ' 5925 ' 



Ig4 Congressional Directory NEBRASKA 

NEBRASKA 

(Population, 1980 census, 1,570,006) 

SENATORS 

J. JAMES EXON, Democrat, of Lincoln, NE; born in Geddes, Charles Mix County, 
SD August 9, 1921; son of John James Exon, Sr. and Luella; education, Lake Andes, SD 
public elementary and secondary schools; 1939-41, University of Omaha, Omaha, NE; en- 
listed U.S. Army, 1942; 2 years overseas: Southwest Pacific Area, Philippines and Japan; 
honorable discharge, 1945, as master sergeant; small business and agriculture background; 
married to the former Omahan Patricia Ann Pros; three children: Stephen James, Pamela 
Ann, and Candace Lee; eight grandchildren: Stephen, Heather and Jessica Exon, Amy 
and Colin Bricker, and Lindsay, Evan James, and Anna Wolf; branch manager, Universal 
Finance Corp., 1945-53; president, Exons, Inc., engaged in office equipment and furnish- 
ings, 1953-71; elected Governor of Nebraska, 1970, and reelected to second 4-year term 
1974; elected, U.S. Senate, November 7, 1978, for 6-year term beginning January 3, 1979; 
reelected to a second 6-year term in the U.S. Senate beginning January 3, 1985; reelected 
to a third 6-year term beginning January 3, 1991; former vice chairman and national com- 
mitteeman, Nebraska Democratic Party; Democratic National Conventions, 1964, 1968, 
1972, 1974, and 1988; as Governor, was member of Education Commission of the States, 
chaired Midwest Governors' Conference and Old West Regional Commission; served on 
executive committee and as first chairman of the agriculture committee of the National 
Governors' Association; member: Holy Trinity Episcopal Church of Lincoln, Masonic 
Orders, Eagles, Elks, Optimist International, American Legion, and Veterans' of Foreign 
Wars. 

Office Listings 

528 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-2702 224-4224 

Chief of Staff. Greg Pallas. 

Administrative Director. Edna Ravnholt. 

Press Secretary. Mark Bowen. 

Appointment Secretary. Adele Hanson. 

275 Federal Building, North Platte, NE 69101 (308) 534-2006 

287 Federal Building, 100 Centennial Mall, North, Lincoln, NE 68508 (402) 437-5591 

State Coordinator. Norman Otto. 

Suite 700, 1625 Farnam Street, Omaha, NE 68102 (402) 341-1776 

2106 First Avenue, Scottsbluff, NE 69361 (308) 632-3593 



J. ROBERT KERREY, Democrat, of Omaha, NE; born in Lincoln, Lancaster County, 
NE, on August 27, 1943; attended Bethany Grade School, Lincoln, 1948-55; graduated, 
Northeast High School, Lincoln, 1961; B.S. degree in Pharmacy, University of Nebraska, 
Lincoln, 1966; served, U.S. Navy, Lt. (J.G), 1966-69; restaurateur; Governor of Nebras- 
ka, 1983-87; member: VFW, American Legion, Disabled American Veterans, Vietnam 
Veterans of America, Chamber of Commerce, Medal of Honor Society, First Plymouth 
Congregational Church; two children: Benjamin and Lindsey; elected to the U.S. Senate 
on November 8, 1988, for the 6-year term beginning January 3, 1989. 

Office Listings 

316 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-2704 224-6551 

Administrative Assistant Bill Shore. FAX: 224-7645 

Legislative Director. Sheila Murphy. 

Press Secretary. Steve Jarding. 

Scheduler. Cindy Dwyer. 

7602 Pacific Street Omaha, NE 68114 (402) 391-3411 

?S2f **&**** *** 294 > 1Q Centennial Mall North, Lincoln, NE 68508.*.. (402) 437-5109 
2106 First Avenue, Scottsbluff, NE 69361 (308) 632-3595 



4EBR ASKA 

REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 



102d Congress 185 



DOUG BEREUTER, Republican, of Utica, NE; born in York, NE, October 6, 1939, 
S JT of Rupert and Evelyn Bereuter; attended St. Paul's Lutheran School, Utica, NE, 
953 graduated, Utica High School, Utica, NE, 1957; B.A., University of Nebraska, Lin- 
rti* NE 1961- distinguished military graduate; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; M.C.P., Harvard 
Hniversitv 1966- M.P.A., Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1973; counterintelligence 
nfficer First Infantry Division, U.S. Army, 1963-65; urban development consultant m 
SteS surrounding Nebraska; associate professor at University of Nebraska and Kansas 
StoteUniversity; visiting lecturer, Harvard University; State senator, Nebraska Umcamer- 
1 1 Leeislature, 1975-78; vice chairman, Appropriations Committee and Committee on Ad- 
mimt?ativrRules and Regulations, 1977-78; chaired the Urban Development Committee 
^h?NaU ? on^^nferenc?of State Legislatures, 1977-78; member, Select Committee on 
Post-Seconda^ Education Coordination, 1977-78; Legislative Conservationist of the Year 
AwarTby the Nebraska and National Wildlife Federation in 1980; division director Ne- 
?** Department of Economic Development, 1967-68; director, State Office of Plan- 
ninl Lid Primming, 1968-71; appointive, Federal-State relations coordinator for Ne- 
StTte G^i^nt, 1967-70T member: State crime commission, Phi Beta Kappa; 
X? board of trustees, Nebraska Wesleyan University; member, State Department 
^on on Security and Economic Assistance (1983-84); member, National Comrnis- 
Agricultural Trade and Export Policy (1984-86); congressional delegate to the 
Nftion87; elected to Ifce 96th Congress and each succeeding Congress; 
House Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs; House Foreign Af- 
Subcommittee on Intelligence; and Select Committee on Hunger. 



Office Listings 
2348 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2701 ................... 225-4806 

Administrative Assistant. Susan Olson. 

Office Manager. Robin Evans. 

A P pointm^t^c^n^^retary.--Marcia Smith. ................ 437-5400 

1045 K Street, Lincoln, NE 685O8 ................ ............................................. 

District Office Manager. John Amick. 

Population (1980), 522,556. 

ZtP Code.: 51640 (part), 57078 art). 66541 ftgfc ^>^^^ 6 &^ 

68033, 68035-36, 68039-42, 68044 <p*ri>, ^p^^^^^^^io 68313-14 68316-18, 68319 



, . --- 7 - g , ^ lA _ f ,. M n7 fnartl 68309-10' 6*313-14,' 68316-18,' 68319 (part), 

68070-73. 68301, _6*303 Jpart), _ 30 ^ 5 ^^ 30 J,i^V t ^| 8 J | 36 _^ 68 341^8, 68349 (part). 68350-51, 



; WV<PW SSl^T 3 ? 6836 06837 & 

68352 (part), 68354-55. ^57^1,^364,^68367^.^ ?0 6M13 Srt?68414-24,^428 f 68429 (part), 68430-34, 
68381 (part). 68382, 68401-O2, **r^??%^$U54 6W55^ &S68456-58, 6*460-62, 68464-65, 68466 (part), 
- WC& 8455 V^ ' 



. , , 54 6W55 &68-, -, -, , 

68436 Opart), 68437-48, ^ WtJCgJ&^ 8455^ V^^gg^ ' 68624 68626t $ 8629, 68631 (part), 
68467, 68500-10, 68512, 68516, . O-g.SaMkB^ WW^^Jj^ 6g662 ^^ 68664> 68667> 

68632-33, 68635, 68641, 68642 (part* 6864^68644 ^jrt), g2S73oS3736-M. 68743, 68745, 68747, 68748 

ss sajr^tss^ysz^^ 68767 - 71 ^ 68774 - 68776 ' *"* 

68781 (part), 68782-92. 68843 (part), 68979 (part) 



186 Congressional Directory NEBRASKA 

SECOND DISTRICT 

PETER HOAGLAND, Democrat, from Omaha, NE; born on November 17, 194l ; at- 
tended Harrison and Dundee elementary schools, Omaha; graduated, Omaha Central 
High School; graduated, Stanford University, International relations, 1963; Yale Universi- 
ty Law School, 1968; lieutenant, U.S. Army, 1964-65; clerked for a Federal judge upon 
graduation from law school; returned to Omaha to practice law; elected to the Nebraska 
legislature, 1978-86; married to Barbara Hoagland; children: Elizabeth, Katie, David, 
Christopher, and Nicholas; member: Committee on Banking, Finance, and Urban Affairs- 
Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs, and Committee on the Judiciary; elected to 
the 101st Congress on November 8, 1988; reelected to the 102d Congress, November 6 
1990. 

Office Listings 

1710 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2702 225-4155 

Administrative Assistant. Kathleen Ambrose. 

Executive Assistant. Susan Carey. 

Legislative Director. Glenda Booth. 
8424 Zorinsky Federal Building, Omaha NE 68102 (402) 344-8701 



Counties: Burt, Douglas, Sarpy, and Washington. CASS COUNTY. That part not included in the First District 
Population (1980), 523,765. 

ZIP Codes: 68002, 68005, 68007-08, 68010, 68016, 68019-20, 68022-23, 68028-29, 68031 (part), 68034, 68037-38, 68044 
(part), 68045 (part), 68046, 68048, 68054, 68056, 68059, 68061, 68064 (part), 68068-69, 68100-02, 68104-10 68111 
(part), 68112-14, 68116-17, 68119-20, 68122-24, 68127-28, 68131-35, 68137-38, 68142, 68144, 68147, 68152 68154- 
55, 68157, 68164, 68307 (part), 68349 (part), 68403, 68407 (part), 68409, 68413 (part), 68455 (part), 68463, 68640 
(part), 68773 (part) 



THIRD DISTRICT 

WILLIAM E. "BILL" BARRETT, Republican, of Lexington, NE; born in Lexington 
on February 9, 1929; graduate of Lexington High School; B.A., Hastings College, Hast- 
ings, NE, 1951; classes at Universities of Connecticut, Nebraska, and Colorado; served in 
the U.S. Navy, 1951-52; career in real estate and insurance since 1956; president, Barrett- 
Housel and Associates, Inc., 1970-90; appointed to Nebraska Unicameral Legislature in 
1979; elected to Nebraska Legislature in 1980, 1984, 1988; elected Speaker of the Nebras- 
ka Legislature, 1987-90; named Legislator of the Year by the National Republican Legis- 
lators Association, 1990; named one of the five most influential State legislators by the 
Lincoln Star, 1988; member, Lexington School Board, 1962-68; Lexington Planning 
Commission; Lexington Airport Authority; Greater Lexington Development Corporation; 
organizational memberships: Nebraska Association of Insurance Agents; National Associa- 
tion of Insurance Agents; past president, Dawson County Board of Realtors- past treasur- 
er, Nebraska Realtors Association; Realtors National Marketing Institute; American Insti- 
SSil l Appraisers; National Association of Realtors; National Association of 

r^mSU , honora ^ u fra ternity, Omega Tau Rho; certified instructor, Nebraska Real Estate 
Commission; member: Nebraska Jaycees (past president); Lexington Rotary Club (past 
SdtT&J 1 !^ ^ gl n j "SS ^esbyterian Church; trustee, Hastings College; mar- 
S2J5 t^f ^ S n Barre \ T 1952 > four chil <ten: William, David, Elizabeth, and Jane; 
elected to the 102d Congress November 6, 1990. 



NEBRASKA 102d Congress 187 

Office Listings 

1 607 Longworth House Office Bmlding, Washington, DC 205 15... . 225-6435 

Administrative Assistant Jeralyn P. Finke. 

Press Secretary. Michele Dishong. 

Office Manager. Anna Castner. 

Scheduler. Jim Brouillette. 

312 West Third Street, Grand Island, NE 68801 nQ$\ 331 5555 

Suite 2, 1501 Second Avenue, Scottsbluff, NE 69361 (308) 632-3333 



Counties: Adorns, Antdop^ Arthur, Banner, Blaine, Boone, Box, Butte, Boyd, Brown, Buffalo, Chase, Cherry, 
Cheyenne, Clay, Custer, Dawes, Dawson, Deuel, Dundy, Franklin, Frontier, Furnas, Garden, Garfield, Gosper, 
Grant, Greeley, Hall, Hamilton, Harlan, Hayes, Hitchcock, Holt, Hooker, Howard, Kearney, Keith, Keya Paha, 
Kimball, Lmcoln, Logan, Loup, McPherson, Menick, Morrill, Nance, Nuckolls, Perkins, Phelps, Platte, Polk, Red 
Willow, Rock. Scotts BMf &***** Shaman, Sioux, Thayer, Thomas, Valley, Webster, and Wheeler (62 
counties). Population (1980), 523,685. 

ZIP Codes 68303 (part), 68315, 68319 (part), 68322 (part), 68325 (part), 68326 (part), 68327 (part), 68335 (part), 
68340, 68352 (part), 68362, 68367 (part), 68370 (partfS^l (part)r68375, 68429 (part), 68436 (part) 68453 Sart 
68601 (part), 68620, 68622-23, 68625, 68627-28^630, 68631( P art), 68634, 6863^8 68640 (Srt) 68642 art 
68644 (part), 68647, 68651-55, 68660, 68662 (part), 68663, 68665-6^' 6871 1, 687 13- 14,' 687 19 K 6V2Q, 6V22, 
68725-26, 68729 (part), 68734-35, 68742, 68746, 68748 (part), 68753, 68755-56, 68758 (part), $759, 6876U 68763 
68764 (part), 687$6, 68772, 68773 (partX 68777-78, 68780, 68781 (part), 68801-03, 68810, 68812-29, 68831-42, 68843 
(part), 68844 68846^7, 68850, 68852-56, 68858^66, 68868-76, 68878-83, 68901, 68920 (part), 68922-28, 68929 
(part), 68930, 68932-38, 68939 (put), 68940-41, 68942 (part), 68943 (part), 68944-51, 68952 (part), 68954-59, 68960 
(part), 68961, 68963-64, 68966-67, 68969, 68970 (part), 68971 (part), 68972 (part), 68973-77T68978 (part), 68979 
(part), 68980-82, 69001, 69020, 69021 (part), 69022-23, 69024 (part), 69025, 69026 (part), 69027-29, 69030 (part), 
69031-35, 69036 (part), 69037-42, 69043 (part), 69044 (partX 69045-46, 69101, 69 103T69 120-23, 69125-27, 69128 
(part), 69129-35, 69138. 69140 (partX 69141-57, 69161-63, 69165-67, 69168 (part), 69169-71, 69201 (part), 69210, 
69211 (partX 69212 (part), 69214, 69216 (part), 69217, 69218 (part), 69219-21, 69301, 69331, 69333-36, 69337 (part), 
69339-41, 69343 (part), 69345-51, 69352 (part), 69353-57, 69358 (part), 69360-61, 69365-67 



18 g Congressional Directory NEVADA 

NEVADA 

(Population, 1980 census, 799,184) 

SENATORS 

HARRY REID, Democrat, of Searchlight, NV; born in Searchlight, NV, on Decem- 
ber 2 1939- attended Searchlight Elementary School; graduated, Basic High School, Hen- 
derson, NV, 1957; associate degree in science, Southern Utah State College, 1959; B.S., 
Utah State University, Phi Kappa Phi, 1961; J.D., George Washington School of Law, 
Washington, DC, 1964; admitted to the Nevada State Bar in 1963, a year before graduat- 
ing from law school; while attending law school, worked as a U.S. Capitol police officer; 
citv attorney, Henderson, 1964-66; member and chairman, South Nevada Memorial Hos- 
pital Board of Trustees, 1967-69; elected: Nevada State Assembly, 1969-70; Lieutenant 
Governor, State of Nevada, 1970-74; served, executive committee, National Conference 
of Lieutenant Governors; chairman, Nevada Gaming Commission, 1977-81; member: 
Nevada State, Clark County, and American Bar Associations; American Board of Trial 
Advocates; board of directors: American Cancer Society; Legal Aid Society, YMCA; 
and Operation Life, a community development corporation; judge, Nevada State Athletic 
Commission; served, Executive Reserve of the U.S. Office of Emergency Planning; 
awards: Nevada Jaycees Outstanding Young Man of the Year, 1970; named Man of the 
Year by the City of Hope, 1977; recipient of the National Jewish Hospital/National 
Asthma Center Humanitarian Award, 1984; married to the former Landra Gould in 1959; 
five children: Lana, Rory, Leif, Josh, and Key; elected to the 98th Congress on Novem- 
ber 2, 1982, and reelected to the 99th Congress; elected to the U.S. Senate on November 
4, 1986; committee assignments: Appropriations; Environment and Public Works; and 
Special Committee on Aging. 

Office Listings 

324 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-2803 224-3542 

Personal Secretary. Janice Shelton. FAX: 224-7327 

Administrative Assistant. Reynaldo L. Martinez. 

Legislative Director. Wayne Mehl. 

Press Secretary. Craig L. Varoga. 

Room 302, 600 East Williams, Carson City, NV 89701 (702) 882-7343 

Suite 7, 500 South Rancho Road, Las Vegas, NV 89106 (702) 388-6545 

300 Booth Street, Reno, NV 89509 (702) 784-5568 



RICHARD H. BRYAN, Democrat, of Las Vegas, NV, born on July 16, 1937 in Wash- 
ington, DC; attended Las Vegas High School, Las Vegas, NV, 1951-55; B.A., University 
of Nevada, Reno, 1959; LL.B., University of California Hastings College of Law, 1963; 
second lieutenant, U.S. Army, 1959-60; served in U.S. Army Reserve; attorney, began 
practice in Nevada, 1963; appointed public defender, 1966-68; elected to the Nevada 
State Assembly, 1968-72; elected Nevada State Senate, 1972-78; elected Nevada attorney 
general, 1979-83; elected Governor of Nevada, 1983-89; married to the former Bonnie 
Fairchild, 1962; three children: Richard, Jr., Leslie, and Blair; member: Committees on 
Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs; Commerce, Science, and Technology (chairman, 
Consumer Subcommittee); Joint Economic Committee; Senate Democratic Policy Com- 
mittee; Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee; elected to the U.S. Senate on No- 
vember 8, 1988 for the 6-year term commencing January 3, 1989. 

Office Listings 

364 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-2804 224-6244 

Administrative Assistant. Jean Neal. FAX- 224-1867 

Personal Secretary. Gay Duty. 

Legislative Counsel. Tim Hay. 

Senior Legislative Assistant Andrew Vermilye. 

Suite 2014 300 Booth Street, Reno, NV 89509 . (702) 784-5007 

Suite 304, 600 Williams Street, Carson City, NV 89701 (702) 885-9111 

Suite 140, 300 Las Vegas Boulevard, Las Vegas, NV 89101 (702) 388-6605 



NEVADA 102d Congress 189 

REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 

JAMES H. BILBRAY, Democrat of Las Vegas, NV; born in Las Vegas, NV, in 1938; 
graduated Las Vegas High School; attended the University of Nevada at Las Vegas and 
served as student body president, 1959-#>, graduated Washington College of Law, Amer- 
ican University, Washington, DC; served in Nevada National Guard, 1955-63 and cur- 
rently holds rank of Lieutenant-Colonel in Nevada National Guard Reserve; attorney; 
former Deputy District Attorney and Alternate Municipal Judge for the city of Las 
Vegas; serves on the Armed Services and Small Business Committees; member, Energy 
and Agriculture; Exports, Tourism and Special Problems; member on caucuses: Travel 
and Tourism; Human Rights; Arts; member, Democratic Congressional Campaign Com- 
mittee; married: Michaelene Bilbray; children: Bridget, Erin, and Shannon; elected to 
Congress November 4, 1986; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office listings 

319 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2801 225-5965 

Administrative Assistant. John Fadgen. FAX. 225-8808 

Executive Assistant Mark Fierro. 
Legislative Director. Mike Talisnik. 

Suite 445, 1785 East Sahara Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89104 (702) 792-2424 



Clark County: AH except portions of North Las Vegas and western portions of the county contained in State 
assembly districts 1, 7, and 17. Population (1980), 400,948. 

ZIP Codec 89005 (part), 89007, 89014-16, 89019, 89021, 89024, 89029-30, 89039-40, 89044, 89046, 89100 (part), 
89101, 89102 (part). 89103-O4, 89106, 89107 (part), 89108-14, 89116, 89117 (part), 89118-23, 89124 (part), 89125-27, 
89128 (part), 89130 (part), 89132, 89160, 89170, 89180, 89185, 89193 



SECOND DISTRICT 

BARBARA F. VUCANOVICH, Republican, of Reno, NV; born in Camp Dix, NJ, on 
June 22, 1921; graduated, Albany Academy for Girls, Albany, 1938; attended Manhattan- 
ville College of Sacred Heart, New York, NY, 1939; businesswoman; district representa- 
tive for Senator Paul Laxalt for northern Nevada, 1974-82; member: Nevada Federation 
of Republican Women, Republican Women's Club of Reno, Saint Mary's Hospital Guild, 
Soroptimist, Emblem Club, Civil Air Patrol, and Washoe Medical Center Women's 
League- married to George J- Vucanovich, 1965; five children: Patty, Mike, Ken, Tom, 
and Susie; 15 grandchildren; 1 greatgrandchild; elected on November 2, 1982, to the 98th 
Congress; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Ustings 

206 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2802 SMi?2 

Administrative Assistant. Michael Pieper. FAX: 225-2319 

Legislative Director. James Kameen. 

Press Secretary. Peggy Polk. 

Scheduler/Office Manager. Sarah Willis. 

300 Booth Street, Reno, NV 89509 

Suite B, 19 West Brooks Avenue, North Las Vegas, NV 89030 

401 Railroad Street, Elko, NV 89701 



Counties: Churchill, Douglas, rai. FwM-, Eureka, Hmnboldt, Lander, Lincoln, Lyon, Mineral, Nye, .Pershing, 
Storey, wS^andWhite Pine. CUUK Cowrrv: Assembly districts 1 17 and 20 Census tag 31. that part in 
assembly district 2; and census tract 32, that part in assembly district 13. Population (1980), 398,236 

ZIP Codee 89001 89003-04*. 89005 (parti 89008, 89010, 89013, 89017-18, 89020, 89022-23, 89025, 89041-45, 89047, 

^^^K^^^^S^^^^^^<^^\^i^^^^^ 

(to 1^1 AQ1Q1 RQVil ftQllO-ll 8931419 89402-06. 89408-16, 8941833, 89438-4O, OV44Z, oyl 10-^3, oyV/-3U, 
89500U 8950^3,' Sm 8^ 8^^^89^!Si,%721, 89801, 89820-26, 89828, 89830-35, 89883 



190 Congressional Directory NEW HAMPSHIRE 

NEW HAMPSHIRE 

(Population, 1980 census, 920,610) 

SENATORS 

WARREN B. RUDMAN, Republican, of Hollis, NH; born in Boston, MA, May 18, 
1930; attended Nashua public schools; graduated, Valley Forge Military, 1948; B.S., Syra- 
cuse University, 1952; LL.B., Boston College Law School, 1960; captain, U.S. Army In- 
fantry, 1952-54; attorney; admitted to the New Hampshire Bar in 1960 and commenced 
practice in Nashua, NH; counsel to Governor; attorney general, 1970-76; president of 
NAAG; member, American Bar Association; member: Senate Appropriations, Budget, 
Governmental Affairs; member: Boston College Board of Trustees; vice chairman, Select 
Committee on Ethics; founder and former chairman of Daniel Webster College and New 
England Aeronautical Institute in Nashua, NH; member: North Atlantic Assembly's Sub- 
committee on Defense Cooperation, Senior Advisory Committee of the John F. Kennedy 
School of Government at Harvard University; married to the former Shirley Wahl, 1952; 
three children: Laura, Alan, and Debra; elected to the U.S. Senate, November 4, 1980, 
for the 6-year term beginning January 3, 1981, and reelected November 4, 1986. 

Office Listings 

530 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-2902 224-3324 

Administrative Assistant. G. Allan Walker, Jr. 

Executive Assistant. Marion C. Phelan. 

Legislative Director. Thomas C. Polgar. 
125 North Main Street, Concord, NH 03301 (603) 225-7115 

Senior Assistant for Intergovernmental Affairs. Frederick H. Kocher. 

Morris Cotton Federal Building, Manchester, NH 03103 (603) 666-7591 

Thomas Mclntyre Federal Building, Portsmouth, NH 03801 (603) 431-5900 

157 Main Street, Berlin, NH 03570 (603) 752-2604 



ROBERT C. SMITH, Republican, of Tuftonboro, NH; bom in Trenton, NJ, March 30, 
1941; B.S., government and history, Lafayette College, Easton, PA, 1965; served, U.S. 
Navy, 1965-67, 1 year of duty in Vietnam, 5 years, U.S. Naval Reserve; teacher, realtor; 
married to the former Mary Jo Hutchinson; three children: Jennifer, Robert, Jr., and 
Jason; elected to the U.S. House, 1985-90; served on Armed Services Committee, Science 
and Technology Committee, Veterans Affairs Committee, Small Business Committee, and 
the Select Committee on Children, Youth and Families; elected to U.S. Senate, Novem- 
ber 6, 1990; appointed to the Armed Services Committee, the Environment and Public 
Works Committee, and the Joint Economic Committee. Also serves as deputy whip for 
the Senate minorty leadership. 

Office Listings 

332 Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-2903., . 224-2841 

Administrative Assistant. Patrick J, Pettey. 

Legislative Director. James M. Krey. 

Press Secretary. Lisa B. Stocklan. 

Office Manager. John M. Pettey 
T TO101 teWmy Building ' 2nd Floor ' 50 PWlUppe Cote Street, Manchester, NH 

State'^ecton-Ma^kAldrich (603)634-5000 

One Harbour Place, Portsmouth, NH 03801 C603^ 433-1667 

46 South Main Street, Concord, NH 03301 ~^. 603) 228-0453 

136 Pleasant Street, Berlin, NH 03570 L"ZZZ"ZZ (603) 752^7351 



NEW HAMPSHIRE 102d Congress 191 

REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 

BILL ZELIFF, JR., Republican, of Jackson, NH; born in East Orange, NJ, June 12, 
1936; graduated from Milford High School, Milford, CT, 1954; B.S., business administra- 
tion, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, 1959; served, U.S. Army National Guard, 
1958-64; sales and marketing manager, E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co.; innkeeper and 
small business owner; past vice-chairman and board member, Business & Industry Asso- 
ciation; past member, Jackson Planning Board; past president and current member, Mt. 
Washington Valley Chamber of Commerce; past board member and current member, 
New England Innkeepers Association; past treasurer and board member, New England 
USA; past president and board member: New Hampshire Hospitality Association; New 
Hampshire/Ohio Citizens Task Force on Acid Rain; High Level Nuclear Waste Task 
Force; New Hampshire Council on the Arts; member for 10 years, New Hampshire Pri- 
vate Industry Council, CETA and Job Training Council; past president and board 
member, New Hampshire Travel Council; delegate, White House Conference on Small 
Business, 1986; and New Hampshire Innkeeper of the Year, 1988-89; married hi 1959 to 
the former Sydna Taylor; three children: James, Michael, and William III; elected to the 
102d Congress on November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

512 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-2901 225-5456 

Chief of Staff. Brian T. Flood FAX: 225-4370 

Senior Legislative Assistant. Marshall Cobleigh. 

Director of Communications. Barbara Atkinson. 

Executive Assistant. Kimberly Spaulding. 

340 Commercial Street, Manchester, NH 03101 (603) 669-6330 

FAX: (603) 669-6446 



_____ , Carroll, and Strafford. HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY: Towns and city of Bedford, Goffstown, Man- 

chester, and Merrimack. MERJUMACK COUNTY: Towns of Canterbury, Chichester, Epsom, Hooksett, Loudon, 
Northficld, and PittsfielcL ROCKXNGHAM COUNTY: Towns and city of Auburn, Brentwood, Candia, Chester, 
Danville, Deernetd, Deny, East Kingston, Epping, Exeter, Fremont, Greenland, Hampstead, Hampton, Hampton 
Falls, Kensington, Kingston, Londonderry, New Castle, Newfields, Newington, Newmarket, Newton, North 
ham, Plaistow, Portsmouth, Raymond, Rye, Sandown, Seabrook, South Hampton 
, 460,863. 



Danville, eerne, eny, ast n 
Falls, Kensington, Kingston, Londo 
Hampton. Northwood, Nottingham, 
and Stratham. Population (1980), 460, 



ZIP Codec 03032, 03034, 03036-38, O3040-42, 03044, 03045 (part), 03051 (part), 03053-54, 03077, 03101-02, 03103 
(part), 03104-06. 03108, 03217 (part), 03218-20, 03222 (part), 03224-27, 03234, 03235 (part), 03237, 03246-47, 
03252-54, 03256, 03259, 03261, 03263, 03269-70, 03275 (part), 03276, 03289-91, 03301 (part), 03441, 03801 (part), 
03804, 03809-20, 03824-27. 0383O, 03832-33, 03835-38, 03840-42, 03844-60, 03862, 03864-65, 03867, 03869-75, 
03878, 03881-87, 03890, 03894. 03896-97 



SECOND DISTRICT 

DICK SWETT, Democrat, of Bow, NH; born in Bryn Mawr, PA, May 1, 1957; at- 
tended Humiston Elementary School, Meriden, NH, graduated from Laconia High 
School, Laconia, NH, 1975; B.A. in architecture, Yale University, 1979; architect/alterna- 
tive energy development; Yale Club; captain, Yale track team; holder, Yale University 
decathlon record; member: American Institute of Architects; son-in-law of Representative 
Tom Lantos; married to the former Katrina Lantos; five children: Chelsea Britannia, 
1983; Sebastian Amadeus, 1984; Keaton Parkhurst, 1986; Chante Claire Esprit, 1988; 
Kismet Canterbury, 1990; elected to the 102d Congress on November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

1128 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 2Q515-2902 225-5206 

Administrative Assistant/Press Contact. Kay A. King 

District Director. Shireen Tffley. 

Executive Director. Jeff Woodbum. 

Legislative Director. Joe Freeman. 

18 NorthMam Street, Concord, NH 03301 (603) 224-6621 

5 Coliseum Avenue, Nashua, NH 03O63 (603) 880-6142 



192 Congressional Directory NEW HAMPSHIRE 

Counties: Cheshire, Coos, Grafton, and Sulhvan. HILLSBOROUOH COUNTY. Towns and city of Amherst Antri 
Bennington, Brookline, Deenng, Francestown, Greenfield, Greenville, Hancock, Hillsborough, Hollis,' Hud 
Litchfield, Lyndeborough, Mason, Milford, Mont Vernon, Nashua, New Boston, New Ipswich, Pelham Pete h^ 
ough, Sharon, Temple, Weare, Wilton, and Windsor. MERRIMACK COUNTY: Towns and cities of Allensto 
Andover, Boscawen, Bow, Bradford, Concord, Danbury, Dunbarton, Franklin, Henniker, Hill, Hopkmton. SHI 1 
bury, New London, Pembroke, Salisbury, Sutton, Warner, Webster, and Wilmot ROCKINGHAM COUNTY- T 
of Atkinson, Salem, and Windham. Population (1980), 459,747 Y ' 10Wns 

ZIP Codes: 03031, 03033, 03043, 03045 (part), 03047-49, 03051 (part), 03055, 03057, 03060-63 03070-71 mrm 
03076, 03079, 03082, 03084, 03086-87, 03103 (part), 03215-16, 03217 (part), 03221, 03222 (part), 03223 032M 
03235 (part), 03238, 03240-45, 03251, 03255, 03257, 03260, 03262, 03264-66, 03268, 03272-74? 03275 foarrt , n? 
82, 03284-85, 03287, 03293, 03301 (part), 03302-03, 03431, 03440, 03442-52, 03454-58, 03461-62, 03464-70 03561 
03570 (part), 03574-76, 03579-85, 03587-90, 03592, 03595, 03597-98, 03601-09, 0374(M1, 03743 03745-46 oSuL 
55, 03765-66, 03768-74, 03777, 03779-82, 03784-85, 05089 (part) ' ^ 



NEW JERSEY 102d Congress 193 

NEW JERSEY 

(Population, 1980 census, 7,365,011) 

SENATORS 

BILL BRADLEY, Democrat, of Denville, NJ; born in Crystal City, MO, July 28, 
1943; attended Crystal City Elementary and Palm Beach private schools; graduated Crys- 
tal City High School, 1961; B.A., American history, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, 
1965; M.A., Oxford University (Rhodes Scholar), Oxford, England, 1965-68; first lieuten- 
ant, USAF Reserve, 1967-78; author: "The Fair Tax and Life on the Run"; businessman; 
professional basketball player with New York Knicks, 1967-77; member; Finance, Energy 
and Natural Resources Committees, Special Committee on Aging, and Select Committee 
on Intelligence; married to Ernestine Schlant, 1974; one daughter: Theresa Anne; elected 
to the U.S. Senate, November 7, 1978, for the 6-year term beginning January 3, 1979; 
reelected November 6, 1984 and again on November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

731 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-3001 224-3224 

Administrative Assistant. Marcia Aronoff. . FAX: 224-8567 

Legislative Director. Ken Apfel. 

Executive Assistant. Richard Yuko. 

Personal Secretary. Marina Gentilini. 
1609 Vauxhall Road, Union, NJ 07083; (Mailing address) P.O. Box 1720, 

Union, NJ 08053 (201) 688-0960 

Suite 303, One Greentree Centre, Route 73, Marlton, NJ 08053 (609) 983-4143 



FRANK R. LAUTENBERG, Democrat, of Secaucus, NJ, born in Paterson, NJ, on 
January 23, 1924; attended Elementary School 21, Paterson; Nutley High School, Nutley, 
NJ, 1941; B.S., economics, Columbia University School of Business, New York, NY, 
1949; U.S. Army Signal Corps, 1942-46; data processing firm executive, 1952-82; com- 
* missioner of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, 1978-82; commissioner, 
New Jersey Economic Development Authority; member: U.S. Holocaust Memorial 
Council, Advisory Council of the Graduate School of Business, Columbia University, In- 
vestment Committee; member, Helsinki Commission; member, Environment and Public 
Works Committee; chairman, Superfund, Ocean and Water Protection Subcommittee; 
member, Environmental Protection, and Water Resources, Transportation and Infrastruc- 
ture Subcommittee; Budget Committee; Appropriations Committee; chairman, Transpor- 
tation Subcommittee; member: Commerce, Justice, State, the Judiciary and related agen- 
cies; Defense, Housing and Urban Development-Independent Agencies; Foreign Oper- 
ations Subcommittees; four children: Ellen, 32, Nan, 31, Lisa, 25, and Joshua 22; elected 
to the U.S. Senate, November 2, 1982, for the 6-year term beginning January 3, 1983; 
reelected November 8, 1988; appointed by the Governor on December 27, 1982, to com- 
plete the unexpired term of Nicholas F. Brady. 

Office Listings 

506 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-3002 224-4744 

Administrative Assistant. Eve Lubalin. FAX: 224-9707 

Legislative Director. Mitchel Ostrer. 

Scheduler. Scott Schaible. 

State Director. Tim O'Donovan. 

Suite 1001, One Gateway Center, Newark, NJ 07102 (201) 645-3030 

Barnngton Commons, Suites 18-19, 208 White Horse Pike, Harrington, NJ 

08007 (609) 757-5353 



194 Congressional Directory NEW JERSEY 

REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 

ROBERT E. ANDREWS, Democrat, of Bellmawr, NJ; born in Camden, NJ, August 
4, 1957; attended Bellmawr Elementary School; graduated from Triton High School, 
Runnemede, NJ, 1975; B.S., political science, Bucknell University, Phi Beta Kappa, 
Lewisburg, PA, 1979; J.D., Cornell Law School, Ithaca, NY, 1982; Camden County 
Freeholder, 1986-90; Camden County Freeholder Director, 1988-90; elected by special 
election on November 6, 1990 to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of James 
Florio; elected at the same time to the 102d Congress. 

Office Listings 

1005 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3001 225-6501 

Administrative Assistant. Francis Callanan. 

Legislative Director. Ken Holdsman. 
Suite 5, 208 White Horse Pike, Barrington, NJ 08007 (609) 546-0888 

Chief of Staff. Lynn C. Kmiec. 

Press Secretary. Larry Teitelbaura. 



Burlington County: Municipalities of Maple Shade, Palmyra, and Riverton. CAMDEN COUNTY: Municipalities of 
Audubon Park, Harrington, Bellmawr, Berlin Borough, Berlin Township, Brooklawn, Camden City, Chesilhurst, 
Clementon, Colhngswood, Gibbsboro, Gloucester City, Gloucester Township, Haddon Township, Hi-Nella, Laurel 
Springs, Lawnside, Lindenwold, Magnolia* Mount Ephraim, Oaklyn, Pennsauken, Pine Hill, Pine Valley, Runne- 
mede, Somerdale, Stratford, Tavistock, Winslow, and Woodlynne GLOUCESTER COUNTY: Municipalities of Clay, 
ton, Deptford, East Greenwich, Greenwich, Harrison, Logan, Monroe, National Park, Paulsboro, Swedesboro, 
Washington, Wenonah, West Deptford, Westville, Woodbury City, Woodbury Heights, and Woolwich. Population 
(1980), 526,069. 

ZIP Codes: 08004 (part), 08007, 08009, 08012, 08014, 08018, 08020-21, 08025-27, 08029-32, 08033 (part), 08037 (part), 
08039, 08043, 08045, 08049, 08052, 08053 (part), 08056, 08059, 08061-63, 08065-66, 08074, 08077-78, 08080 (part), 
08081, 08083-86, 08089-91, 08093, 08094 (part), 08095-97, 08100-08, 08110, 08312, 08360 (part) 



SECOND DISTRICT 

WILLIAM J. HUGHES, Democrat, of Ocean City, NJ; born in Salem, NJ, October 
17, 1932; son of William W. Hughes (deceased) and Pauline Hughes Mehaffey (deceased); 
graduated Penns Grove (New Jersey) Regional High School, 1950; A.B., Rutgers Univer- 
sity, 1955; J.D., Rutgers Law School, 1958; admitted to practice before New Jersey Su- 
preme Court and Federal district courts, 1959; U.S. Supreme Court, 1963; first assistant 
prosecutor, Cape May County, NJ, 1960-70; member: American Bar Association; board 
of trustees, New Jersey Bar Association; past president, Cape May Bar Association; direc- 
tor, New Jersey Prosecutors Association; National District Attorneys Association; direc- 
tor, New Jersey State Exchange Clubs; past master, Ocean City Lodge 171, F.&A.M.; 
director, Chamber of Commerce of Ocean City; director, Cape May Drug Abuse Coun- 
cil; past warden, Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Ocean City; appointed by New Jersey 
Supreme Court to Advisory Committee on Professional Ethics, 1972; married to the 
former Nancy L. Gibson, 1956; four children: Nancy Lynne, Barbara Ann Sullivan, Tama 
Beth Ceniccola, and William J., Jr.; elected to 94th Congress, November 5, 1974; reelect- 
ed to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

341 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3002 225-6572 

Administrative Assistant. Mark Brown. FAX- 226-1108 

Staff Assistant Mary E. Minutes. 
ent ? 1 a k ?** *"?** 4 > Suite 5, 222 New Road, Linwood, NJ 08221 (609) 927-9063 

Staff Assistants: John H. Mruz; Jessie Simmons. 
151 North Broadway, P.O. Box 248, Pennsvffle, NJ 08070 (609) 678-3333 

Staff Assistant Beraice Wffiadsen. ' 



NEW JERSEY 102d Congress 195 

Counties: Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland, and Salem GLOUCESTER COUNTY Municipalities of Elk Township 

Townshlp - Newflrfd -* "'- B ~- -* 



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11. 08313-24, 08326-30, 08332, 08340-50, 08352-53, 08360 (part), 08400-03, 08406 



THIRD DISTRICT 

FRANK PALLONE, JR., Democrat, of Long Branch, NJ; born in Long Branch, Oc- 
tober 30, 1951; attended Long Branch Schools; B.A., Middlebury College, Middlebury, 
VT, 1973; M.A., Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, 1974; J.D., Rutgers University 
School of Law, 1978; member of the bar: Florida, New York, Pennsylvania, and New 
Jersey; attorney, Marine Advisory Service; assistant professor, Cook College, Rutgers 
University, Sea Grant Extension Program; counsel, Monmouth County, NJ, Protective 
Services for the Elderly; instructor, Monmouth College; elected to the Long Branch City 
Council, 1982-88; elected to the New Jersey State Senate, 1983-88; elected by special 
election on November 8, 1988 to the 100th Congress to fill the vacancy caused by the 
death of the Honorable James J. Howard; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

213 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3003 225-4671 

Administrative Assistant. Seith Maiman. FAX: 225-9665 

Office Manager. Rosalie Chorbajian. 

Legislative Director. Russell McGurk. 

Press Secretary. Ted Loud. 

Suite 119, 540 Broadway, Long Branch, NJ 07740 (908) 571-1140 

1174 Fischer Boulevard, Toms River, NJ 08753 (908) 929-1400 

I.E.I. Building, Airport Plaza, Room 18, Route 36, Hazlet, NJ 07730-1701 (908) 264-9104 

Manasquan Railroad Station, 229 East Main Street, Manasquan, N.J. 08736 (908) 681-1334 



Monmouth County: Municipalities of Allenhurst, Asbury Park, Atlantic Highlands, Avon-by-the-Sea, Belmar, Bradley 
Beach, Deal, Eatontown, Fair Haven, Hazlet, Highlands, Interlaken, Keansburg, Keyport, Little Silver, Loch 
Arbour, Long Branch, Manasquan, Middletown, Monmouth Beach, Neptune City, Neptune Township, Ocean, 
Oceanport, Red Bank, Rumson, Sea Bnght, Sea Girt, Shrewsbury Borough, Shrewsbury Township, South Belmar, 
Spring Lake Borough, Spring Lake Heights, Tinton Falls, Union Beach, and West Long Branch. OCEAN COUNTY - 
Municipalities of Bay Head, Bnck, Dover, Island Heights, Lakewood, Lavallette, Mantoloking, Point Pleasant, 
Point Pleasant Beach, Seaside Heights, and South Toms River. Population (1980), 526,074. 

ZIP Codes: 07701-04, 07711-13, 07716-18, 07719 (part), 07720-21, 07723-24, 07730, 07732, 07734 (part), 07735, 07737, 
07738 (part), 07740, 07748, 07750, 07752, 07753 (part), 07754-58, 07760 (part), 07762 (part), 07763-65, 08701, 08723, 
08724 (part), 08732, 08735, 08736 (part), 08739, 08742, 08750 (part), 08751, 08753 (part), 08754, 08757 (part) 



FOURTH DISTRICT 

CHRISTOPHER H. SMITH, Republican, of Robbinsville, NJ; born in Rahway, NJ, 
March 4, 1953; B.A., Trenton State College, 1975; attended Worcester College, England, 
1974; businessman; executive director, New Jersey Right to Life Committee, Inc., 1976- 
78; member: Committee on Foreign Affairs, Committee on Veterans' Affairs, and Select 
Committee on Aging; appointed to Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe, 
1983; cochairman, Congressional Pro-Life Caucus; married to the former Marie Halm, 
1976; two daughters: Melissa and Elyse, and two sons: Christopher and Michael; Catho- 
lic; elected to the 97th Congress, November 4, 1980; reelected to each succeeding Con- 



196 Congressional Directory NEW JERSEY 

Office Listings 

2440 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3004 225-3765 

Administrative Assistant Martin J. Dannenfelser. FAX: 225-7768 

Press Secretary. Mary McDermott. 

Office Manager. M. Traci Sheahan. 
1720 Greenwood Avenue, Trenton, NJ 08609 (609) 890-2800 

Regional Director. Joyce Golden. 

Room 1, 427 High Street, Burlington, NJ 08016 (609) 386-5534 

655 Park Avenue, Route 33, Freehold, NJ 07728 (908) 780-0707 

Regional Director. Loretta Charbonneau. 



Burlington County: Municipalities of Bordentown City, Bordentown Township, Burlington City, Burlington Town- 
ship, Chesterfield, Eastampton, rieldsboro, Florence, Mansfield, Springfield, and Westampton MERCER COUNTY- 
Municipalities of East Windsor, Ewing, Hamilton, Highstown, Hopewell Borough, Hopewell Township, Law- 
rence, Penmngton, Trenton, and Washington. MIDDLESEX COUNTY: Municipalities of Jamesburg, Monroe, and 
Plainsboro MONMOUTH COUNTY. Allentown, Bnelle, Colts Neck, Englishtown, Farmingdale, Freehold Borough, 
Freehold Township, Holmdel, Howell, Manalapan, Marlboro, Millstone, Roosevelt, Upper Freehold, and Wall 
OCEAN COUNTY: Municipality of Jackson Township. Population (1980), 526,080. 

ZIP Codes: 07726, 07728 (part), 07738 (part), 07762 (part), 08016, 08022, 08041-42, 08501 (part), 08505, 08510, 08512 
(part), 08514 (part), 08515, 08518, 08520 (part), 08526-27, 08530 (part), 08533 (part), 08534, 08536, 08540 (part) 
08554-55, 08560-61, 08600-11, 08618-20, 08628-29, 08638, 08640-41, 08648, 08650, 08690-91, 08724 (part), 08750 
(part), 08831 (part), 08884 (part) ^ * 



FIFTH DISTRICT 

MARGE ROUKEMA, Republican, of Ridgewood, NJ; born on September 19, 1929; 
graduated, Mpntclair State College in New Jersey with B.A., political science and Eng- 
lish; pursued interests in government by studying urban and regional planning at Rutgers 
University; married, Dr. Richard W. Roukema; three children: Greg, Todd (deceased), 
and Meg; teacher, history, and English, Livingston and Ridgewood, NJ; trustee and vice 
president, Ridgewood Board of Education, 1970-73; chairman, Ridgewood Better Gov- 
ernment Committee; member: Mayor's Advisory Charter Study Commission; New Jersey 
Business and Professional Women; College Club of Ridgewood; Distributive Education 
Clubs of American Congressional Advisory Board; active member, board of directors of 
such public service organizations: Ridgewood Family Counseling Service; Leukemia So- 
ciety of Northern New Jersey; Ridgewood Senior Citizens Housing Corp. (cofounder); 
Spring House, residential center for the treatment of alcoholism; Spectrum for Living- 
awards: Citizen of the Year, West Bergen Mental Center, 1981; Citizen of the Year! 
Bergen County Professional Engineers; Citizens Award, North Jersey Homebuilders As- 
sociation; elected to the 97th Congress, November 4, 1980; reflected to each succeeding 
Congress; committee member: Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs; Education and 
Labor; Select Committee on Hunger (ranking minority member). 

Office Listings 

2244 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3005 ................... 225-4465 

Administrative Assistant-Steve Wilson. FAX- 225-9048 

555 Route 17 South, Ridgewood, NJ 07450 .................... ftQtt 447-3900 

District Administrator. Frank Covelli ........ " .......................... V ' 

District Scheduler. Joeen Ciannella. 

61 Spring Street, Newton, NJ 07860 ........................................................................ (201) 579-3039 









NEW JERSEY 102d Congress 197 

(part), 07836, 07840 (part), 07843, 07847-18, 07851-52, 07853 (part), 07855, 07860 (part), 07871 (part), 07874 (part), 
07875, 07877, 07881, 07970, 08525 (part), 08558 (part) 



SIXTH DISTRICT 

BERNARD J. DWYER, Democrat, of Edison, NJ; born in Perth Amboy, NJ, January 
24, 1921; attended St. Mary's School; graduated, Perth Amboy High School, 1938; at- 
tended Rutgers University, Newark, NJ; served in U.S. Navy, 194O-45; insurance broker- 
owner, Eraser Bros.; served in New Jersey State Senate, 1974-80; councilman, Edison, 
NJ, 1958-69; mayor, Edison, NJ, 1969-73; married to the former Lilyan Sudzina, 1944; 
one daughter: Pamela D. Stockton; elected to the 97th Congress, November 4, 1980; re- 
elected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2428 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3006 225-6301 

Administrative Assistant. Lyle B Dennis FAX 225-1553 

Executive Assistant. Karen Kearns. 

Legislative Assistant Jill Yacone. 
214 Smith Street, Perth Amboy, NJ 08861 (201) 826-4610 

Distnct Director. Patricia Dalton. 

628 Wood Avenue North, Linden, NJ 07036 (201) 486-4600 

86 Bayard Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901 (201) 545-5655 



Middlesex County: Municipalities of Carteret, Edison, Highland Park, Metuchen, New Brunswick, North Brunswick, 
Old Bridge, Perth Amboy, Sayreville, South Amboy, South River, and Woodbndge. MONMOUTH COUNTY: 
Muncipalities of Aberdeen and Matawan. UNION COUNTY- Muncipahties of Linden, Rahway, and Roselle. Popula- 
tion (1980), 526,075 

ZIP Codes- 07001, 07008, 07036 (part), 07064-66, 07077, 07080, 07095, 07203, 07747, 08817-18, 08820, 08830, 08831 
(part), 08832, 08837, 08840, 08857, 08859, 08861, 08863, 08872, 08879, 08882, 08900-02, 08904-05 



SEVENTH DISTRICT 

MATTHEW J. RINALDO, Republican, of Union, NJ; born in Elizabeth, Union 
County, NJ, September 1, 1931; educated at St. Mary's, Elizabeth, NJ, 1937-45; graduat- 
ed from St. Benedict's Preparatory School, Newark, NJ, 1949; B.S., Rutgers University, 
1953; M.B.A., Seton Hall University, Graduate School of Business Administration, 
Newark, NJ, 1959; doctorate, public administration, New York University, Graduate 
School of Public Administration, 1979; president, Union Township Zoning Board of Ad- 
justment, 1962-63; served on the Union County Board of Freeholders, 1963-64; elected to 
the New Jersey State Senate, 1967 and reelected, 1971; author of New Jersey's first ^State 
revenue sharing law to aid local government; awards and recognitions: Jaycees, "Out- 
standing Young Man of the Year"; Knights of Columbus, "Knight of the Year"; B'nai 
B'rith, "Citizen of the Year"; UNICO national chapters, Union, Plainfield, and Maple- 
wood, NJ, "Man of the Year"; Rod and Gun editors, Metropolitan New York (leading 
role in getting the 200-mile fishing limit enacted into law); Health Freedom Award; 
honors: New Jersey State Fireman's Mutual Benevolent Association, Catholic War Veter- 
ans, Hadassah, Union County Heart Association, Policemen's Benevolent Association, 
Veterans of Foreign Wars, American Legion, United Clergy of Vauxhall, State Grand 
Jurors Association, New Jersey State Police; trustee, board of directors, Paul StiUman 
School of Business Administration, Seton Hall University; advisory board, department of 
political science, Kean College; elected to the 93d Congress, November 7, 1972; formerly 
served on the House Banking and Currency Committee; reelected to each succeeding 
Congress- member: Energy and Commerce Committee and Select Committee on Aging. 



198 Congressional Directory NEW ^^ 

Office Listings 

2469 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3007 225-5361 

Administrative Assistant John Arnold 

Appointment Secretary/Office Manager. Elizabeth M. Blackshaw 

Legislative Director. Barbara L. Gay. 
1961 Morris Avenue, Union, NJ 07083 (201) 687-4235 

Special Assistant. Robert D. DeLazaro 



Essex County: Municipality of Millburn. MIDDLESEX COUNTY Municipalities of Dunellcn and Middlesex SOMBRSPT 
COUNTY: Municipalities of Bound Brook, Bridgewater, Green Brook, Manville, North Plainfield, Warren and 
Watchung. UNION COUNTY: Municipalities of Berkeley Heights, Clark, Cranford, Elizabeth, Fanwood Oarwood 
Kemlworth, Mountainside, New Providence, Plainfield, Roselle Park, Scotch Plains, Springfield. Summit Union' 
Westfield, and Winfield. Population (1980), 526,076. v * ' oumm "' Uiuo . 

ZIP Codes: 07016, 07023, 07024 (part), 07027, 07033, 07036 (part), 07041, 07060 (part), 07061-63, 07067, 07076 07083 
07090-91, 07200-02, 07204, 07206-08, 07728 (part), 07746, 07751, 07901, 07922, 07974 (part) 08528 08535 oSSi 
(part), 08812, 08835-36, 08846, 08850 (part) ' U * TO3 



EIGHTH DISTRICT 

ROBERT A. ROE, Democrat, of Wayne, NJ; born in Wayne, NJ, February 28, 1924; 
attended local schools and majored in engineering and political science at Oregon State 
and Washington State Universities; veteran of World War II, served with Army infantry 
and reconnaissance forces in the European Theater; recipient of Bronze Star Medal for 
exemplary service in ground combat action; formerly a corporation executive- committee- 
man Wayne Township, 1955-56; mayor, Wayne Township, 1956-61; Passaic County 
Freeholder, 1959-63; director of board of Chosen Freeholders, 1962-63; honored in 1959 
by New Jersey State Jaycees as their Man of the Year; member of New Jersey cabinet 
SE^L? 8 commissioner ' Conservation and Economic Development, State of New Jersey, 
1963-69; named Water Conservationist of the Year, 1966, by New Jersey Federation of 
r?^ e i? S 1"* S m r co peration with the Sears-Roebuck Foundation and the National 
Wildlife Foundation for his contribution to State of New Jersey's water management pro- 

EA wl i H S! M ![ y Fe t U wshi P American Academy of Medical Administrators 
\.M.A.]; 1969 Annual State Golden Medal Award of the Garden Clubs of New 
/for conservation efforts and leadership in safeguarding the natural environment of 
New Jersey; 1971 D.A.V. citation for distinguished service in behalf of disabled Ameri- 
can veterans; 1971 State of Israel Bonds Scroll of Honor Award; 1972 National Small 
^m^it^^ a p n -^ Ward ^ 0r . Va ! ued cont ributions to American small business 
community; 1972 Recipient of National Humanitarian Award sponsored by Joint Handi- 
SSflS?!^ ^ S iety f ^ e Handica PPed; member of many civic organiza- 
JS 'o tered programs for the recreation and enjoyment of young, adult, and senior citi- 
Sfp? &T^^* b *^ aynG Chamber of Commerce; member Wayne Memo- 
" >> American Legion Post No. 174, National Council of 
? Memorial Hospital; Community Advisory Council, 
Jersey; "^ President 's Advisory Board, Tombrock 






lQ ? ^ L ^8? award on behalf of veterans righte and 



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Thumb, NJ; 1978, NADO award in recognition of dedicated support of economic devel- 
opment in America; 1978, Honor, Duty, Fidelity Award, New Jersey State Police; 1978, 
American Legion award for leadership support of veterans preference; 1979 Citizen of 
the Year Award, department of New Jersey, Jewish War Veterans of U.S.A., for dedica- 
tion to his fellow man; 1979 cited by Society of Manufacturing Engineers, Paterson 
Chapter No. 102, in appreciation of a career of outstanding contributions and leadership; 
1980 "Silver** PBA Card, Honorary Lifetime PBA Membership, Passaic County Police- 
men's Benevolent Association for outstanding achievements in field of law and public 
safety; 1980 Special Recognition Award, Wayne Police Athletic League for helping boys 
and girls become good citizens; 1980, cited by National Housing Conference at testimoni- 
al dinner in his honor for his outstanding contributions to better housing for all Ameri- 
cans; 1981 cited by Passaic Boys Club in recognition of his efforts on behalf of the Boys 
Club and its programs; 1981, degree of doctor of laws, honoris causa, William Paterson 
College; 1982, cited by the Catholic League for Religious and Civil Rights Northern 
New Jersey Chapter for his efforts in the area of human rights; 1982, Bergen-Passaic 
Chapter No. 858, National Association of Retired Federal Employees Award in Recogni- 
tion of Dedication and Support of Retired Federal Employees; 1982, citation of apprecia- 
tion of Jewish War Veterans of U.S.A. Post 695, Wayne, NJ; elected to the 91st Con- 
gress, November 4, 1969; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2243 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3008 225-5751 

Assistant Administrator. Phil Steffen. 

Executive Secretary. Sandra Ferguson. 
P.O. Box 497, 158 Mountview Boulevard, Wayne, NJ 07470 (201) 696-2077 

Administrative Assistant. Angela Milazzo. 
Room 102, 66 Hamilton Street, Paterson, NJ 07505 (201) 523-5152 

Special Assistant/Office Manager. Grace A Gurisic. 
U S Post Office Building, Bloomfield Avenue, Bloomfield, NJ 07003 (201) 645-6299 



Bergen County: Municipality of Franklin Lakes. ESSEX COUNTY- Municipalities of Belleville (Ward 1 (districts 2, 3, 
6-12) and Ward 2), Bloomfield, Glen Ridge, Monclair, and Nutley. MORRIS COUNTY- Municipality of Riverdale 
PASSAIC COUNTY. Municipalities of Clifton, Little Falls, Passaic, Paterson, Pompton Lakes, Prospect Park, 
Totowa, Wayne, and West Paterson. Population (1980), 526,087. 



ZIP Codes: 07003, 07011-15, 07028, 07042 (part), 07043, 07044 (part), 07055, 07109 (part), 07110 (part), 07403, 07405 
(part), 07407 (part), 07417, 07420, 07436, 07442, 07457, 07470, 07474, 07500-05, 07508-O9, 07511, 07512 (part), 
07513-14, 07522, 07524, 07533, 07538, 07543-44, 07801 (part), 07842 



NINTH DISTRICT 

ROBERT G. TORRICELLI, Democrat, of Englewood, NJ, born in Paterson, NJ, on 
August 26, 1951; attended, Franklin Lakes Elementary School, Franklin Lakes, NJ, 1965; 
graduated, Storm King High School, Cornwall on the Hudson, NY, 1970; B.A., Rutgers 
College, New Brunswick, NJ, 1974; J.D., Rutgers School of Law, 1977; M.P.A., Harvard 
University, Cambridge, MA, 1980; admitted to New Jersey Bar in 1978; commenced 
practice in Washington, DC, 1981; deputy legislative counsel, office of Governor Bren- 
dan T. Byrne, 1975-77; counsel to Vice President Walter F. Mondale, 1978-81; member: 
New Jersey and American Bar Associations, board of governors, Rutgers University, 
1977-83; chairman, Subcommittee on Western Hemisphere Affairs; serves on the Foreign 
Affairs and Science, Space, and Technology Committees; elected on November 2, 1982 to 
the 98th Congress; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

317 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3009 225-5061 

Administrative Assistant. Kris Swedin. 

Legislative Director. Katie Walker. 

Scheduler/Personal Assistant. Marcy Jennings. 
Court Plaza, 25 Main Street, Hackensack, NJ 07601 (201) 646-1111 

District Administrator. Sean Jackson. 



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Congressional Directory NEW JERSEY 

Heron County Cities and towns of Bogota, Carlstadt, Cliffside Park.East Rutherford, Edgewater, Elmwood Park, 
&?*lew(5od Englewood Cliffs, Fair Lawn, Fairview, Fort Lee Garfield, Hackensack. Hasbrouck Heghts, Leonia^ 
T >?i Frrv Lodi Lvndhurst May wood Moonachie, New Milford, North Arlington, Palisades Park, Ridgefield 
RidaefieldPaxk River Edge, Rutherford, Saddle Brook, South Hackensack Teaneck Teterboro, Wallmgton, and 
Wood Ridee HUDSON COUNTY Cities and towns of East Newark, Kearny (ward 1- districts 1, 2, and 6; ward 3; 
and ward ?' districts 5-7), and Secaucus. Population (1980), 527,349. 



23P Codes: 07010, 07020, 07022, 07024 (part), 07026, 07029 (part), < 07032 (part), 07057 07070-7^07094, 07096, 07410, 
07452,^7601707603-08, 07631-32, 07643-44, 07646, 07650, 07657, 07660-61, 07662 (part), 07666 



TENTH DISTRICT 

DONALD M. PAYNE, Democrat, of Newark, NJ; born in Newark, Essex County, 
NJ July 16, 1934; attended Elliot Street School, Newark, 1948; graduated, Barringer 
High School, Newark, 1952; B.A., Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ, 1957; busi- 
nessman- elected to the Essex County Board of Chosen Freeholders, 1972-78; elected to 
the Newark Municipal Council, 1982-88; president, YMCA of the USA, 1970-73; 
member; NAACP, Bethlehem Baptist Church; serves on the board of directors of the 
U.S. Committee for UNICEF; past chairman, New Jersey Hospital Rate Setting Commis- 
sion; widower; two children: Donald, Jr. and Wanda; elected on November 8, 1988 to the 
101st Congress; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

417 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3010 225-3436 

Administrative Assistant. Maxine James. FAX: 225-4160 

Legislative Director/Press Secretary. Kerry McKenney. 
970 Broad Street, Newark, NJ 07102 (201) 645-3213 

District Administrator. Anthony Suriano. 

District Representative. Richard T. Thigpen. 



County: Municipalities of Belleville (ward 1 (districts 1, 4, and 5)), East Orange, Irvington, Newark, and 

Orange. UNION COUNTY: Municipality of Hillside, Population (1980), 526,074. 

ZIP Codes: 07017-19, 07050-51, 07100-08, 07109 (part), 07111-12, 07114, 07205 

* * * 

ELEVENTH DISTRICT 

DEAN A. GALLO, Republican, of Parsippany, NJ; born in Hackensack, NJ, Novem- 
ber 23, 1935; attended Parsippany grade schools, NJ; graduated, Boonton High School, 
Boonton, NJ, 1954; realtor; New Jersey General Assembly, 1976-84; Assembly Republi- 
can Leader, 1982-84; director, Morris County Board of Chosen Freeholders, 1973-75; 
president, Parsippany-Troy Hills Township Council, 1970; former trustee, County College 
of Morris; member: B.P.O.E. [Elks], Jaycees; awards: Outstanding Young Man of the 
Year, Jaycees, 1966; Legislator of the Year, National Republican Legislators Association, 
1982; member: Appropriations Committee; Eastern Regional Republican Whip, 1987- ; 
Executive Committee member, Congressional Coalition on Soviet Jewry; two children: 
Susan and Robert; elected to the 99th Congress on November 6, 1984; reelected to each 
succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

1318 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3011 225-5034 

Chief of Staff. Tamzin M. McMinn. 

Executive Assistant. Lorraine Genovese. 

Legislative Director. Donna Mullins. 

Press Secretary. Robert B. LeGrand. 

Suite 2-D, 101 Gibraltar Drive, Morris Plains, NJ 07950 (201) 984-0711 

22 North Sussex Street, Dover, NJ 07801 (201) 328-7413 

3 Fan-field Avenue, West Caldwell, NJ 07006 (201) 228-9262 



NEW JERSEY J02d Congress 201 

Essex County: Caldwell, Cedar Grove, Essex Fells, Fairfield, Livingston, Maplewood, North Caldwell, Roseland 
South Orange, Verona, West CaldwelU West Orange. MORRIS COUNTY: Municialities 



ssex County: Caldwell, Cedar Grove, Essex Fells, Fairfield, Livingston, Maplewood, , 

South Orange, Verona, West CaldwelU West Orange. MORRIS COUNTY: Municipalities of Boonton Town 
Township, Butler, Chatham Chester Borough, Chester Township, Denville, Dover, East Hanover, pSamaVk 
Hanover, Jefferson, Kinnelon Lincoln Park, Madison, Mendham Borough, Mendham TowShip M^ HiU 
MontviHe, Mount Arlington, Mount Ohve, Mountain Lakes, Netcong, Parslppany-Troy HilirSuinock Ran- 
dolph, Rockaway Borough, Rockaway Township, Roxbury, Victory GardensTand Wharton 

C0am ' "^ of Albino** IW* 



, 07054, 07068, 

07825 fog <?& ^,<?ft **<** ^^.'o^''^^MrmM^x^^^m^^X3 

(part), 07866, 07869, 07871 (part), 07874 (part), 07876, 07878-80 07885 < ^^ 

07932, 07936, 07940, 07945, 07950 (part), 07981 



TWELFTH DISTRICT 

DICK ZIMMER, Republican, of Flemington, NJ; born in Newark, NJ, August 16, 
1944; attended Fairview Elementary School, Bloomfield, NJ; graduated from Glen Ridge 
High School, 1962; B.A., political science, Yale University, 1966; LL.B., Yale University, 
1969; board of editors, Yale Law Journal; associate, Cravath, Swaine & Moore, 1969-75; 
general attorney, Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, NJ, 1975-90; admitted to the bar: 
New York City, 1970; New Jersey, 1975; U.S. Supreme Court, 1980; chairman, New 
Jersey Common Cause, 1974-77; Hunterdon Hospice, Inc., 1981-86; chairman, Hunterdon 
County March of Dimes Walk America, 1984-86; chairman, National Council for Clean 
Indoor Air, 1986-present; trustee, Center for Analysis of Public Issues; incorporator and 
trustee, Natural Resources Education Foundation of New Jersey, Inc.; member: Fleming- 
ton Kiwanis Club, New Jersey Bar Association, New Jersey-Israel Commission; elected 
to New Jersey Assembly, 1981-1987; elected to unexpired State Senate term, March 1987; 
reelected to full term, 1987; counsel, Kean For Governor Committtee, 1977, 1981, 1985; 
chairman, Assembly State Government Committee, 1986-87; chairman, New Jersey Re- 
publican Platform Committee; former member: New Jersey Study Commission on Regu- 
latory Efficiency, Governor's Council on Emergency Medical Services, Federal Budget 
Committee of the National Conference of State Legislatures; married on December 27, 
1965, to the former Marfy Goodspeed; two children: Carl William, 1966; Benjamin Good- 
speed, 1971; elected to the 102d Congress on November 6, 1990; member: Science, Space, 
and Technology Committee, Subcommittees on Environment and Space; Committee on 
Government Operations, Subcommittees on Commerce, Consumer and Monetary Affairs 
and Government Activities and Transportation; Select Committee on Aging. 

Office Listings 

510 Cannon House Office Building 20510-3013 225-5801 

Chief of Staff. David Karvelas. 

District Representative. Thomas J. Blakely. 

Press Secretary. David Barnes. 

Special Assistant. Gail Alexander. 

One Morris Street, Morristown, NJ 07960 (201) 538-7267 

2325 Plainfield Avenue, South Plainfield, NJ 07080 (908) 754-5115 



Hunterdon County, Mercer County: Municipalities of Princeton Borough, Princeton Township, and West Windsor. 
MIDDLESEX COUNTY That part not contained in the Fourth, Sixth, and Seventh Districts. MORRIS COUNTY: That 
part not contained in the Eighth and Eleventh Districts SOMERSET COUNTY. That part not contained in the 
Seventh District SUSSEX COUNTY: Municipalities of Hampton and Stillwater WARREN COUNTY- That part not 
contained in the Eleventh District. Population (1980), 526,063. 

ZIP Codes: 07060 (part), 07078, 07081, 07088, 07092, 07416, 07419 (part), 07439, 07823, 07825 (part), 07829, 07830 
(part), 07831-33, 07837, 07838 (part), 07840 (part), 07844, 07846, 07853 (part), 07860 (part), 07863 (part), 07865, 
07870, 07882, 07920-21, 07924, 07927, 07928 (part), 07931 (part), 07933-35, 07938-39, 07946, 07950 (part), 07960- 
61, 07974 (part), 07976-80, 08502, 08504, 08512 (part), 08520 (part), 08525 (part), 08530 (part), 08540 (part), 08542- 
43, 08550-51, 08553, 08556-57, 08558 (part), 08559, 08801-04, 08805 (part), 08807-10, 08816, 08821-29, 08833-34, 
08848, 08850 (part), 08852-54, 08858, 08865, 08867-70, 08873, 08876, 08880, 08884 (part), 08885-89 



202 Congressional Directory NEW JERSEY 

THIRTEENTH DISTRICT 

JIM SAXTON, Republican, of Vincentown, NJ; born in Nicholson, PA, January 22 
1943; attended, Nicholson Elementary School; graduated, Lackawanna Trail High 
School, Factoryville, PA, 1961; B.A., education, East Stroudsburg State College, PA, 
1965; graduate courses in elementary education, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA,' 
1968; public school teacher, 1965-68; realtor, owner of Jim Saxton Realty Co., 1968-85; 
elected: New Jersey General Assembly, 1976-81; State senate, 1982-84; chairman, State 
Republican Platform Committee; member: Chamber of Commerce, Blks, Association of 
the U.S. Air Force, Leadership Foundation of New Jersey, Boy Scouts of America; 
Rotary International, American Cancer Committee, chairman; married to the former 
Helen J. Gadomski; two children: Jennifer Ann and J. Martin; elected to the 98th Con- 
gress by special election on November 6, 1984; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

324 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3013 225-4765 

Chief of Staff. Bill Anderson. 

Press Secretary. Ralph Morano. FAX: 225-0778 

Executive Assistant. Sue Dotterweich. 
115 High Street, Mount Holly, NJ 08060 (609) 261-5800 

District Representative. Sandra Condit. 

1 Maine Avenue, Cherry Hill, NJ 08002 (609) 428-0520 

23 Crestwood Village Shopping Center, Whiting, NJ 08759 (201) 350-3535 



Burlington County: That part not contained in the First and Fourth Districts CAMDEN COUNTY: Municipalities of 
Audubon Borough, Cherry Hill, Haddon Heights, Haddonfield, Merchantville, Voorhees, and Waterford. OCEAN 
COUNTY: That part not contained in the Third and Fourth Districts. Population (1980), 526,062. 



8733 - 34 ' 8736 <^>- ' 738 - o^ 740 - 4 



FOURTEENTH DISTRICT 



^ F ?^ NK J * GUARJNI Democrat, of Jersey City, NJ; born in Jersey City, NJ, August 
20, 1924; son of the late Frank J. Guarini, Sr.; attended the public schools; graduated, 
Lincoln High School, 1942; attended Columbia University and graduated from Dart- 
mouth College; New York University School of Law, J.D., 1950, and LL.M., 1955- grad- 
^1?? 0*1^ Hague Academ y of International Law, The Hague, Netherlands; served 
in the U.S. Nav^ Pacific Theater aboard the U.S.S. Mount McKinley, 1944-46; lawyer; 
admitted to the New Jersey Bar in 1951 and commenced practice in New Jersey* U.S. 
Treasury Department, U.S. Court of Appeals, U.S. Tax Court, U.S. Court of Internation- 

^J^? 6 ; ** iQ*f U !? eme Court ' 1955; elected to the State senate ' 1965 > a* 4 was re ' 
?h w ? J 0r i*l , I 2 ^ term; chairman: Committee on Air and Water Pollution and 
Public Health, Rules of Evidence Committee; member of Appropriations, Institutions and 
Agencies, and Transportation Committees; very active in civic and community affairs; 
R^ t n *t National Board of Governors, American Red Cross; chairman, Board of 
Regents, St. Peter's College; National Board of Governors, American Trial Lawyers As- 

lH^ U A VC C f f ? a ^ J* ChriSt H Spita1 ' Jerse y Cit * director: Hudson^unty 
w^ ^ S0ciatl o>j; Hudson County Health League; Jersey City Rotary Club; di- 
J?*? ^ Chamber of Commerce; trustee: Hudson County Bar Foundation 
W ?? y ? *"%**& chairman, New Jersey Trial Lawyers Association; 
T <?**** ^ *** *<**** Alumni trustee, TTie Hague Academy 



T < ee, ie ague caemy 

to 9 ' S** ^ hai man ' Uvdton County Democratic Cominittee; elected 

8 Nc ? vember 7' 197 * reelected to each succeeding Congress; served 
^^^ ^ Means, Subcommittees on Tradef Committee 
Select Committee on Narcotics Abuse 



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Office Listings 



2458 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3014 225-2765 

Chief of Staff. Fariborz S Fatemi FAX: 225-7023 

Counsel. Dan Crane 

15 Path Plaza, Jersey City, NJ 07306 (201) 659-7700 

District Staff Director. Nidia Colon. 

654 Avenue C, Bayonne, NJ 07002 (201) 823-2900 



iu County* Municipalities of Bayonne, Guttenberg, Hamson, Hoboken, Jersey City, Kearny (part), North 
Bergen, Umor, City, Weehawken, and West New York. Population (1980), 526,062. 

ZIP Codes: 07002, 07029 (part), 07030, 07032 (part), 07047, 07087, 07093, 07300, 07302-1 1 



204 Congressional Directory NEW MEXICQ 

NEW MEXICO 

(Population, 1980 census, 1,302,894) 

SENATORS 

PETE V. DOMENICI, Republican, of Albuquerque, NM; born in Albuquerque Mav 
7, 1932; graduate of St. Mary's High School; University of New Mexico, B.S.? Denver 
University, LL.D., 1958; admitted to New Mexico Bar, 1958; elected to Albuquerque 
City Commission, 1966; chairman (ex-officio mayor), 1967; married Nancy Burk, 1958* 
eight children: Lisa, Peter, Nella, Clare, David, Nanette, Helen, and Paula; elected' to the 
U.S. Senate, November 7, 1972, for the term ending January 3, 1979; reelected 1978 
1984, and 1990. 

Office Listings 

434 Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-3101 224-6621 

Administrative Assistant. J. Paul Oilman. FAX: 224-7371 

Legislative Director. Kay Davies. 

Press Secretary. An Fleischer. 

Personal Secretary. Angela Raish. 

Federal Building, Suite 120, 625 Silver S.W., Albuquerque, NM 87102 (505) 766-3481 

Federal Building, Suite I, 1065-D S Main Street, Las Cruces, NM 88005 (505) 526-5475 

New Post Office Building, Room 307, South Federal Place, Santa Fe, NM 

87501 ^505) 988 fiSlI 

Federal Building, Room 104, Rosweii, NM 882oi;.";;;!];;];;;;;;],';;;;;;;;;.;;;;.".'.;;;;;;;;.";;. (505) 623^170 



JPFBP^AI^N, Democrat, of Santa Fe ' NM ; bom in E1 Paso ' Tx October 3, 
1943; raised in Silver City, NM; graduate of Western High (now Silver High), in 1961- 
received B.A. degree m government, Harvard College in 1965; graduated from Stanford 
Law School in 1968; served in the U.S. Army Reserve from 1968-74; served as assistant 
New Mexico attorney general in 1969, as counsel to the State constitutional convention- 

Kl V T a T e Q P c aCtl f ej vT 197 "l 8; ^ r X? a f New Mexico attorney general, 1979-82; elected to 
the U.S. Senate November 2, 1982, for the 6-year term beginning January 3, 1983; reelect- 
- r Jt SeC n r year A Cnn SpS^nmS. January 3, 1989; member of the Methodist Church; 
married to the former Anne Kovacovich; one son: John. 



Office Listings 

524 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-3102 ........................ 224-5521 

Administrative Assistant Patrick Von Bareen -"wazi 

Personal Assistant. Virginia White. TDD . 224-1792 

Legislative Director Edward McGaffigan 224-1792 
Press Secretary. Bill Sandefur 



^T^ < J5?^f ntre X SuitC ^ 505 South Main ' L** Cruc > NM 88001 ........ (505) 523-6561 

Suite 130, 625 Silver Avenue SW., Albuquerque, NM 87102... ................... (505) 766-3636 

*3 m' J I**! *?"** %****> Ros ^U, NM 88201 ............................ . ! " m "'" >505) 62217113 

Suite 101, 119 East Marcy, Santa Fe, NM 87501 .................................... ..".."....".." (505) 988-6647 



REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 



- ^uquerque, NM; born in Chicago, IL on 
Chica . PUti=al science, 1968; J.5, Univer- 






NEW MEXICO 102d Congress 205 

Office Listings 

1427 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3101 225-6316 

Administrative Assistant. Judy Butler. 

Legislative Director. Mary Martmek. 

Scheduler. Theresa Sandoval 
Suite 140, 625 Silver Avenue SW. ( Albuquerque, NM 87102 (505) 766-2538 

Distnct Director Marty Morgan. 



Counties: Bernahllo, De Baca, Guadalupe, and Torrance (4 counties) Population (1980), 434,141. 

ZIP Codes- 87007-09, 87016, 87022-23, 87026, 87032, 87035 (part), 87036 (part), 87043, 87047, 87048 (part), 87050, 
87056-37, 87059-61, 87063, 87070, 87100-12, 87114-16, 87118-23, 87124 (part), 87125, 87153-54, 87176, 87190-92, 
87197 87701 (part), 87711, 87724, 88119, 88136 (part), 88319, 88321, 88353, 88417, 88431 (part), 88432, 88435 



SECOND DISTRICT 

JOE SKEEN, Republican, of Picacho, NM; born in Roswell, NM, June 30, 1927; at- 
tended public and parochial schools; B.S., engineering, Texas A&M University, 1950; 
served in the U.S. Navy, 1945-46; U.S. Air Force Reserve, 1949-52; soil and water engi- 
neer, Zuni and Ramah Navajo Indians, 1951, returning to the family sheep ranching oper- 
ation in Lincoln County, NM, which was purchased from his grandmother; operated a 
flvins service, Ruidoso, NM; member, New Mexico State Senate, 1960-70, 6 years of 
which he was minority leader; served 3 years as State Republican chairman; Republican 
nominee for Lieutenant Governor, 1970, and GOP nominee for Governor, 1974 and 1978; 
elected to Congress from New Mexico's Second District as a write-in candidate, 1980, 
after the incumbent died in office and the Republican Party was denied a place on the 
ballot by the courts; member: New Mexico Woolgrowers Association; New Mexico 
Cattle Growers Association; New Mexico Farm & Livestock Bureau; Conquistadore 
Council Boy Scouts of America; Elks; Eagles; manned to the former Mary Helen Jones, 
37 years; two children: Lisa and Mike; Catholic; elected to the 97th Congress, November 
4, 1980; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2447 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3102 3?5~SS 

Administrative Assistant. Suzanne Eisold. FAX: 225-959* 

Executive Assistant/Office Manager. Lin Rhode. 
Press Secretary. Sherry Kieslmg. 

Federal Building, Room 257, Roswell, NM 88201 (505) 622-0055 

Federal Building, Room A-206, Las Cruces, NM (505) 527-1771 



Counties: Chaves, Curry, Dona Ana, Eddy, Grant, Hidalgo, Lea, Lincoln, Luna, Otero, Quay, Roosevelt, Sierra, and 
Union (14 counties). Population (1980), 436,261. 

ZIP Codes: 87828, 87831, 87901, 87930-33, 87935-37, 87939^3, 88001-06, 88008-09 88020.34 88038 18040-49, 
E?f 5 8 2 8^ 



THIRD DISTRICT 

BILL RICHARDSON, Democrat, of Santa Fe NM; born in , 

vember 15, 1947; attended school in Mexico City, .Mexico; equated, Middles^ 
Concord, MA, 1966; B.A., Tufts University, Medford, MA, 1970; M.A., Flet <*j* School 
of Law and Diplomacy, Medford, MA, 1971; staff member, U.S. House of Representa- 
tives, 1971-72; U.S. Department of State, 1973-75; U.S. Senate Foreign Relations Com- 
mittee staff, 1975-78; executive director, New Mexico State DemocraUc Party and execu- 
tive director, Bernalillo County Democratic Party, 1978; businessman, 1978-82, unsuc- 



206 Congressional Directory NEW MEXICO 

cessful candidate for Congress, 1980; member: Big Brother/Big Sister of Santa Fe, Santa 
Fe Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce, Hispanic Council 
on Foreign Affairs, Santa Fe Jaycees, American G.I. Fomm; married to the former Bar- 
bara Flavin in 1972; elected on November 2, 1982 to the 98th Congress; reelected to each 
succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

332 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3103 225-6190 

Administrative Assistant. Tara Fedenci. 

Executive Assistant. Isabella Watkins. 

Legislative Director. Steve Grout. 

Press Secretary. Stu Nagurka. 

548 Agua Fna, Sante Fe, NM 87501 (505) 988-7230 

Gallup City Hall, Second and Aztec, Gallup, NM 87301 (505) 722-6522 

San Miguel County Courthouse, P.O. Box 1805, Las Vegas, NM 87701 (505) 425-7270 



Counties: Catron, Cibola, Colfax, Harding, Los Alamos, McKinley, Mora, Rio Arnba, San Juan, San Miwel 
Sandoval, Santa Fe, Socorro, Taos, and Valencia (15 counties) Population (1980), 432,492 ' 

ZIP Codes: 87001-02, 87004-06, 87010-15, 87017-18, 87020-21, 87024-25, 87027-31, 87034, 87035 (part), 87036 foarfl 
87037-38, 87040-42, 87044-46, 87048 (part), 87049, 87051-53, 87055, 87062, 87064, 87068, 87124 (part) 87301 
87310-13, 87315-17, 87319-28, 87347, 87357, 87364-65, 87375, 87401, 87410, 87412-13, 87415-21, 87455 87461 
87499, 87501-06, 87509-24, 87527-33, 87535^1, 87543-44, 87547-54, 87556-58, 87560-69, 87571, 87573-83 87701 
(part), 87710, 87712-15, 87718, 87722-23, 87725, 87728-36, 87740, 87742^3, 87745-47, 87749-50, 87752-53*87801 

7 88036 - 88039 ' 88053 ' 88061 - 



NEW VORK 102d Congress 207 

NEW YORK 

(Population, 1980 census, 17,548,433) 

SENATORS 

DANIEL PATRICK MOYNIHAN, Democrat, of Pindars Corners, Delaware County, 
MY- born in Tulsa, OK, March 16, 1927; attended public and parochial schools of New 
York City and City College of New York; served in the U.S. Navy, 1944-47, gunnery 
officer U S.S. Quirinus; Tufts College, B.N.S., 1946; B.A. (cum laude), 1948; Fletcher 
School of Law and Diplomacy, M.A., 1949, Ph.D., 1961, LL.D., 1968; Fulbright Fellow, 
London School of Economics and Political Science, 1950-51; assistant to Gov. Averell 
Harriman of New York, 1955-58; delegate to the Democratic National Conventions, 
1960 1976- served as a cabinet or subcabinet officer to Presidents Kennedy, Johnson, 
Nixon and Ford: Ambassador to India, 1973-75; U.S. Permanent Representative to the 
United Nations, 1975-76; member, National Commission to Reform Social Security; 
member National Economic Commission; member, President's Science Advisory Com- 
mittee- director, American Association for the Advancement of Science; member, Ameri- 
can Academy of Arts and Sciences, American Philosophical Society, National Academy 
of Public Administration; teacher of government at Russell Sage College, Cornell Univer- 
sity School of Industrial Relations, Syracuse University, Harvard University; honorary 
decrees from 55 colleges and universities; Meritorious Service Award, U.S. Department 
of Labor 1965- Arthur S. Flemming Award as "an architect of the Nation's program to 
eradicate poverty", 1965; International League for Human Rights, 1975 Award; Syracuse 
University Centennial Medal; recipient: 1986 Encyclopedia Bntanmca Award; Seal Me- 
dallion of the Central Intelligence Agency; married to the former E izabeth Brennan; 
three children: Timothy Patrick, Maura Russell, and John McCloskey; elected to the US. 
Senate, November 2, 1976, for a 6-year term beginning January 3 1977; Delected No- 
vember 2, 1982, for a 6-year term beginning January 3, 1983; reelected November 8, 1988, 
for a 6-year term beginning January 3, 1989. 

Office Listings 

464 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-3201 

Senior Advisor. Lawrene O'Donnoll, Jr. FAX. 

Press Secretary. Brian F. Connolly 

Chief Counsel. Joseph Gale. TTTV 514-6821 

Legislative Director. Andrew Samet mn 661-5150 

Suite 4101, 405 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10174 (212) J>" 

28 Church Street, Buffalo, NY 14202 <) &46-4097 

214 Mam Street, Oneonta, NY 13820 



ALFONSE M. D'AMATO, Republican, of Island Park, NY; born 
August T 1937; attended Island Park public schools; graduated, Ch n 

reelected November 4, 1986, for a 6-year term beginning January 3, 1987. 



208 Congressional Directory NEW YORK 

Office Listings 

520 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-3202 224-6542 

Administrative Assistant. Michael Kinsella. FAX: 224-5871 

Personnel Director. Claudia Breggia. 

Scheduler. Debbie Evans. 

Special Assistant. Kieran Mahoney. 

Seven Penn Plaza, Suite 600, 7th Avenue, New York, NY 10001 (212) 947-7390 

Leo O'Brien Office Building, Room 420; Albany, NY 12207 (518)472-4343 

Federal Building, Room 620, 111 West Huron Street, Buffalo, NY 14202 (716) 846-4111 

304 Federal Building, 100 State Street, Rochester, NY 14614 (716)263-5866 

1259 Federal Office Building, P.O. Box 7216, 100 South Clinton Street, 
Syracuse, NY 13261-7216 (315) 423-5471 



REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 

GEORGE J. HOCHBRUECKNER, Democrat, of Coram, NY; bora in Long Island, 
NY on September 20, 1938; attended State University, Stony Brook, NY, and Hofstra 
University, Hempstead, NY; served in the U.S. Navy; trained as an aerospace "mustang" 
engineer; elected to New York State Assembly, 1974-84; member: Parish Council of St. 
Gerard Majella Catholic Church, and School-Community Relations Committee of Middle 
Country School District No. 1; married to Carol Ann Hochbrueckner, 1961; four chil- 
dren; member: Committees on Armed Services, and Merchant Marine and Fisheries; 
elected to the 100th Congress on November 4, 1986; reelected to each succeeding Con- 
gress. 

Office Listings 

124 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3201 225-3826 

Administrative Assistant. Tom Downs. 

Executive Assistant. Jeanie Dunn. 
Suite 213, 3771 Nesconset Highway, Centereach, NY 11720 (516) 689-6767 

Press Secretary. Mary Ann Weber. 
Bagshaw Office Building, 437 East Main Street, Riverhead, NY 11901 (516) 727-2152 



Suffolk County; : Townships of Brookhaven, East Hampton, Riverhead, Shelter Island, Southampton, Southold, and 
that part of the town of Smithtown generally to the east of the Nissequogue River. Population (1980), 516,407 



Sff* I 17 ?,^i 17 i\t 17 ' U722 ' U726 ' 11729 - 30 ' 1173 . H735 (part), 11739-40, 11741 (part), 11742 (part), 
11746 (part), 11751-52, 11757 (part), 11769-70, 11779 (part), 11782, 11788 (part), 11795, 11798 



SECOND DISTRICT 



TH ^? J ' D 9 WNEY ' Dem crat, of Amityville, NY; born in Ozone Park, NY, Jan- 
uary 28, 1949; graduated, West blip High School, 1966; B.S., Cornell University School 
of Industrial and Labor Relations, 1970; St. John's University Law School, 1972-74- J.D., 
/unencan University Law School, 1979; held office of Sutfolk County Legislator, 1971- 

^ J o f Italy; Clected t0 ** 94th Caress, November 5, 1974; reelected 

e succeeding Congress; serves on Ways and Means Committee and on Select Com- 
n A ^S; congressional adviser to SALT II negotiations; congressional adviser to 



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Office Listings 
2232 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3202 225-3335 

Administrative Assistant. Kathleen Tynan McLaughhn. FAX- 226-1275 

Legislative Director. Jeff Moore. r*^.. ^o 

Personal Secretary. Jennifer Casey. 
4 Udall Road, West Islip, NY 11795 (516) 661 _ 87 7 7 

District Administrator. Patricia Barbar. ^ J 



5 of Babylon and Islip; town of Huntmgton, that part not contained in the Third District. 

ZIP Codes: 11701, 11702, 11703, 11704, 11705, 11706, 11716-18, 11722, 11726 11729-30 11734 11735 (oarrt 11739 
J1741 (part), ^(part), 11746 (part), 11747 (part), 11751-52, 11757, 11769-70, 11779 (part), "nil Tn ' 



THIRD DISTRICT 

ROBERT J. MRAZEK, Democrat, of Huntington, NY; born in Newport, RI, Novem- 
ber 6, 1945; attended public schools in Huntington, Long Island; graduated with a degree 
in government from Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, in 1967; accepted into Officer Candi- 
date School as a line officer U.S. Navy, being honorably discharged as disabled, retired 
in 1968; served on the Washington staff of U.S. Senator Vance Hartke of Indiana, 1969- 
71; elected in 1975 to the first of four terms in the Suffolk County Legislature, serving as 
finance committee chairman, 1976-78, and minority leader, 1979-82; elected to the House 
Committee on Appropriations in the 98th Congress; writer, small businessman, member of 
the Disabled American Veterans, and the United Methodist Church of Huntington and 
Cold Spring Harbor; married the former Catherine Susan Gurick of Washington, DC, in 
1971; two children: Susannah Rose, born in 1979, and James Nicholas, born in 1981; 
elected to the 98th Congress on November 2, 1982; reelected to each succeeding Con- 
gress. 

Office Listings 

306 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3203 225-5956 

Administrative Assistant. Thomas V. Barry. 

Personal Secretary/Office Manager. Deborah S. Brenchick. 

Press Secretary. Stephen M. Boggs. 
143 Main Street, Huntington, NY 11743 (516) 673-6500 

District Director. Steven G. Pavone. 



Nassau County: City of Glen Cove, and that part of the town of Oyster Bay beginning at a point where Northern 
State Parkway intersects Long Island Expressway, thence northwesterly along said expressway to Manetto Hill 
Road, along said road to Woodbury Road, along said road to Piquets Lane, along said lane to South Woods Road, 
along said road to Chelsea Drive, along said drive to Calveit Drive, along said drive to Syosset Coldspring Road, 
along said road to Eastwoods Road, along said road to the Muttontown village limit, along said village limit so as 
to include said village to its first intersection with Underbill Boulevard, along said boulevard to Jericho Turnpike, 
along said turnpike to the town line, along the town line to Northern State Parkway, along said parkway to a point 



where Northern State Parkway intersects Long Island Expressway, the point of beginning; and town of North 
Hempstead, that part beginning at a point where Jencho Turpike intersects Ellison Avenue, thence southerly along 
said avenue to Northern State Parkway, along said parkway to Post Avenue, along said avenue to the town line, 



along the town line to Northern Boulevard, along said boulevard to the Russell Gardens village limit, along said 
village limit so as to include said village to the Great Neck Plaza village limit, along said village limit so as to 
include said village to the Kensington village limit, along said village limit so as to exclude said village to the 
center of Manhasset Bay, along the center of said bay to the center of Manhasset Bay extended, along the center of 
said bay extended to the town line, along the town line to Jericho Turnpike, along said turnpike to a point where 
Jericho Turnpike intersects Ellison Avenue, the point of beginning. SUFFOLK COUNTY: Town of Huntington, that 
part beginning at a point where Carlls Straight Path intersects Long Island Expressway, thence westerly along, said 
Expressway to Beaumont Drive, along said drive to Roundtree Drive, along said drive to Wilmington Drive, along 
said drive to Baggatelle Road, along said road to the town line, westerly, northerly, easterly, and southerly along 
the town line toits second intersection with Long Island Expressway, along said expressway to a point where 
Carlls Straight Path intersects Long Island Expressway, the point of beginning; and Smithtown, that part beginning 
at a point where Longfellow Drive intersects Landing Road, thence westerly along said road to Smithtown to St. 
Johnhuid Road, along said road to Verdi Street, along said street to St Nicholas Avenue, along said avenue to 
Leonard Street, along said street to Smithtown to St. Johnland Road, along said road to West Main Street, along 
_- :j __. ._ ... . * ^ ^ , River, along the center of said river to the center of New Mill Pond, 



along the center of said pond to the center of an unnamed pond, along the center of said pond to the center of an 
unnamed stream, along the center of said stream to the town line, westerly, northerly, and easterly along the town 
line to the center of the Nissequogue River extended, along the center of said river extended to the center of the 
Nissequogue River, along the center of said river to Landing Road extended, along said road extended to Landing 
Road, along said road to a point where Longfellow Drive intersects Landing Road, the point of beginning. 
Population (1980), 518,061. 



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ZIP Codes: 11001 (part), 11020 (part), 11021 (part), 11022, 11030, 1104O (part), 11042, 11050, 11501, 11507, 11514 

1154211545 11547-48, 1156O11568, 11576-77, 11579, 11590 (part), 11596, 11709, 11721, 11725, 11731 f D arrt 

732 11743; 11746 i (part), 11747, 11750, 11753 (part), 11754 (part), 11757 (part), 11765, 11768, 11771, 11787 O 

11788 (part), 11791 (pSrt), 11797 (part) w ;> 



FOURTH DISTRICT 

NORMAN F. LENT, Republican, of East Rockaway, NY; born in Oceanside, Nassau 
County, NY on March 23, 1931; married; children: Norman III, Barbara Anne, and 
Thomas; attended the public schools of East Rockaway and Lynbrook, NY; graduated 
from Malverae High School, 1948; B.A., Hofstra University, 1952; LL.B., Cornell Uni- 
versity Law School, 1957; Honorary Doctor of Laws degrees from Hofstra University 
(1988) and Molly College (1985); recipient of George Estabrook Distinguished Service 
Award, Hofstra University; Distinguished Achievement Award, Holland Society of New 
York; Prime Minister's Medal from the State of Israel; member of the Board of Visitors, 
U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, Kings Point, NY; served as a lieutenant, U.S. Navy, 
during Korean Conflict, 1952-54; attorney; former partner in law firm of Hill, Lent & 
Troescher, Lynbrook, NY, 1964-88; associate police justice, East Rockaway, NY, 1959- 
62; former member of the New York State Senate, 1963-70; member: American, Nassau 
County, and Florida Bar Associations, New York State and Nassau County Magistrates 
Associations, B.P.O.E., Holland Society of New York, and American Legion; elected to 
the 92d Congress, November 3, 1970; reelected to each succeeding Congress; vice-chair- 
man, House Committee on Energy and Commerce; member, House Committee on Mer- 
chant Marine and Fisheries; vice-chairman, Subcommittee on Merchant Marine; chairman 
of the Long Island Congressional Caucus and Northeast Gas Congressional Caucus. 

Office Listings 

2408 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3204 225-7896 

Administrative Assistant. Michael S. Scnvner. FAX: 225-3057 

Executive Assistant/Personal Secretary. Carolyn Radcliff. 

Legislative Assistant. Anne P. Holloway. 
Room 300, 2280 Grand Avenue, Baldwin, NY 11510 (516) 223-1616 

District Administrator. Irma B. Wagner. 
151 Front Street, Massapequa Park, NY 11762 (516) 795-4454 



fettaa County: Portions of the towns of Herapstead, and Oyster Bay All or parts of the communities of Baldwin, 
Bellmore, Bethpage, East Rockaway, Farmingdale, Freeport, Hicksville, Island Park, Jencho, Levittown (part), 
Lido Beach, Massapequa, Massapequa Park, Merrick North Bellmore, North Massapequa, North Mernck, Ocean- 
side, Old Bethpage, Plainedge, Plainview, Point Lookout, Seaford, Syosset (part), Wantagh, Westbury, and 
Woodbury (part). Population (1980), 518,434. 



;, 11510 <"& 11518 > 1152 <P art > 11561 CP^)' 11563 (P art ). 115 ^ H569, 11572, 11590 (part), 
( art) * 1 ^' H736 ~ 37 ' * 1753 (part) ' 11756 fr*^' 11758 11762 > 11783 ' ll791 <P art >' I 1793 



FIFTH DISTRICT 



RAYMOND J. McGRATH, Republican, of Valley Stream, NY; born in Valley 
Stream, NY, March 27, 1942; married to the former Sheryl Peterson, 1988; sons: Timothy 
and Anthony Giordano; attended Holy Name of Mary School; graduated, Valley Stream 
High School, 1959; B.S., State University, Brockport, 1963; M.A., New York University, 
1968; teacher, State University, Farmingdale, NY, 1969; lecturer, Hunter College, 1969; 
author published articles in the field of recreation for the handicapped; member, New 
York State Assembly, 1976-80; member: American Cancer Society; Knights of Columbus; 
Long Island Committee for Soviet Jewry; Valley Stream Elks; Ancient Order of Hiberni- 
ans Advisory Board, New York State Sons of Italy; Holy Name Society; American Irish 
Congress; board of directors, South Nassau Communities Hospital Council, Adelphi 
School of Nursing; board of directors, Fine Arts Museum of Long Island; advisory 
board, Nassau Chapter Association for the Help of Retarded Children Awards: Man of 
tne year and honorary life member, Columbia Police Association of Nassau County; 
Honorary Law Enforcement Man of the Year, Nassau County Detectives Association; 



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Friend of Labor Award, Civil Service Employees Association; Man of the Year, Yeshiva 
Toras Chaim, Hewlett; Man of the Year, Long Island Cystic Fibrosis Foundation; honor- 
ary member, Jewish War Veterans Honorary Chief, Lynbrook/Valley Stream/Lone 
Beach Fire Departments; Nassau County PDA Law Enforcement Award- Golden Age 
Guardian Award; Watchdog of the Treasury Award, National Federation of Independent 
Business; Guardian of Small Business Award; Sierra Club Clean Air Champion; honorary 
member, Pearl Harbor Survivors Association; honorary member, Make-A-Wish Founda- 
tion; honorary member, Nassau County Auxiliary Police, elected to the 97th Congress 
November 4, 1980; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

205 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3205 225-5516 

Administrative Assistant. Arthur J. DeCelle. FAX- 225-3626 

Legislative Director. John Falardeau. 

Scheduling Secretary. Gretchen Gipson. 
203 Rockaway Avenue, Valley Stream, NY 11580 (516) 872-9550 

District Office Manager. Donald Fonte. FAX: (516) 872-2959 



Nassau County: City of Long Beach, town of Hempstead; communities of: Atlantic Beach, Baldwin (northern 
portion), Bellerose Terrace, Belle rose Village, Cedarhurst, East Meadow, Elmont, Floral Park, Franklin Square 
Freeport (northern portion), Garden City, Hempstead, Hewlett, Hewlett Bay, Hewlett Harbor, Hewlett Neck, 
Inwood, Lakeview, Lawrence, Levittown (western portion), Lynbrook, Malverne, New Hyde Park (extreme 
southern portion), North Valley Stream, North Woodmere, Rockville Centre, Roosevelt, Salisbury, Stewart 
Manor, Uniondale, Valley Stream, Westbury, West Hempstead, Woodmere, and Woodsburgh. Population (1980), 
513,548 

ZIP Codes: 11001 (part), 11002-03, 1 1010, 11040 (part), 11S09, 11510 (part), 11516, 11520 (part), 11530, 11550-54, 
11557-59, 11561 (part), 11563 (part), 11565, 11570, 11575, 11580-82, 11590 (part), 11598, 11696, 11710 (part), 11756 
(part), 11793 (part) 



SIXTH DISTRICT 

FLOYD H. FLAKE, Democrat, of Rosedale, NY; born in Los Angeles, CA on Janu- 
ary 30, 1945; attended Garden City Elementary School, Houston, TX; graduated G.W. 
Carver High School, Houston, TX, 1962; B.A., Wilberforce University, Wilberforce, OH, 
1967; B.A., Payne Theological Seminary, Wilberforce, OH, 1970; attended, Northeastern 
University, Boston, MA, 1974-76; attended, St. John's University, Jamaica, NY, 1980-84; 
pastor of Allen A.M.E. Church, Jamaica, NY, 1976-present; chairman and C.E.O.: Allen 
Housing Development Fund Corp., Allen Christian School and Multi-Purpose Center, 
Allen Home Care Agency, Allen Housing Corp., Allen Neighborhood Preservation and 
Development Corp.; member, Regional Plan Association, Greater Jamaica Development 
Corp., NAACP; married to the former Margaret Elaine McCollins in 1975; four children: 
Aliya, Nailah, Rasheed, and Hasan; elected to the 100th Congress on November 4, 1986; 
reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

1427 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3206 225-3461 

Administrative Assistant. Edwin Reed. FAX; 226-4169 

Legislative Director. Gloria Bryant. 

Office Manager. Pat Fisher. 

Legislative Assistant. Maureen Nagle. 

Scheduler. Arlene Gibbs. 

114-60 Merrick Boulevard, Jamaica, NY 11434 (718) 657-2968 

20-08 Seagirt Building, Far Rockaway, NY 11691 (718) 327-9791 



Qiwens County: That part bounded by the Kings County line on the west and the Nassau County line on the east, 
from a northern line generally following Liberty Avenue, Jamaica Avenue, and Hempstead Avenue, west to east, 
and extending south to include the Rockaway Penninsula. Population (1980), 516,919. 



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212 Congressional Directory 

ZIP Codes: 11103 (part), 11385, 11400 (part), 11411-14, 11416-17, 11419-20, 11421 (part), 11422-23 
(part), 11434, 11435 (part), 11436, 11600, 11690-95, 11697 ' 

SEVENTH DISTRICT 

GARY L. ACKERMAN, Democrat, of Jamaica, NY; born in Brooklyn, NY, on No 
vember 19, 1942; attended New York City public schools; graduate, Queens 'Colleee 
Flushing, NY; attended St. John's University, Jamaica, NY; public school teacher; news' 
paper editor; businessman; elected to New York State Senate, 1979-83; married' to the 
former Rita Tewel; three children: Lauren, Corey, and Ari; elected by special election 
on March 1, 1983, to the 98th Congress, to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Benja- 
min Rosenthal; reelected to each succeeding Congress. " 

Office Listings 

238 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3207 .................... 225-2601 

Administrative Assistant. Jedd Moskowitz. 

Personal Secretary. Betsy Francisco. 

Press Secretary. Howard Doyle. 
118-35 Queens Boulevard, Forest Hills, NY 11375 ...................... (718) 263-1525 

District Office Administrator. Arthur Flug. 



<*"" County: The central section from Elmhurst to the Nassau County line, including portions of the communities 
of Bellerose, Corona, East Elmhurst, Elmhurst, Floral Park, Flushing, Forest Hillsf Glen Oaks Holhs JaroSS! 
Kew Gardens, Queens Village, Rego Park, Richmond Hill, and Woodhaven. Population (1980)7 5 18,877 ^ 



SSP?* 110 l kart). H004-05, 11364 (part), 11366, 11367 (part), 11368-69, 11372 (part) 11373 (oarrt 11374 
11375 (part), 11400 (part), 11415, 11418, 11421 (part), 11424, 11426-28, 11432 (part), 11433 11435 '(part) 



EIGHTH DISTRICT 



H ' S < C ?^y^ E ? J T S D o moci ? t ' Liberal> of Oouglaston, NY; born in New York 
f H^ ' ^ A B v Swtfamore College, 1945; LL.B., Columbia Law School, 
and a degree m industrial administration from Harvard Graduate School of Business 
r ; T S T e ^ aS - a fl i ght inst f uctor in the U.S. Army, 1943-45; served as 
ff the U.S Foreign Economic Administration, 1945-46, and as a member 
f^ r the -i^ e of P n ?e Stabilization, 1951-52; President: Citizens Hous- 
I T g Co "? cl1 New York City; and National Housing Conference, 1972-74; 
Ar^t SS t 9iati A n f ^ - y f ^ ew York and Nati onal Panel of Arbitrators of the 
Arbitration Association; director of the Bronx Boys Club; delegate to four 

S^^T^ ? ^ USlng ^ Urban P roble ^ and human right? writer and 
newnVoSr fl ^ P of residential communities in eight cities under the Federal Urban Re- 

Co^e^ Nnv^J^f^ io2. the ^ rau S Emily Malin0; four ^ildren; elected to the 89th 
Congress, November 3, 1964; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 



Office Listings 

2221 Rayburn House Office Building 20510-3208 .............. 225 5471 

Atoustrative Assistant. Karen Johnson. ................................. 

Office Manager. Randy B. Stokes 

17-7 JJP n ^Sccaetary.~MriUyn Stonn. 

137-08 Northern Boulevard, Flushing, N 
District Administrator. Joel Stahl 

Room 203, 708 Lydig Avenue, Bronx, NY 10462 ................................................. (212 ) 823-6512 



, , NY 11354 /TIOX AA* c ^ n 

District Administrator. Joel Stahl .................................................. (718)445-8770 



Wflliamsbridge (part). NASSAU COUNT? SaS t J^!k^S\ r *$*$' w 8t . chestcr (P 8 **), West Farms (part), and 
Baysidc, College Point, Douelaston Fi,,^; ic^v; 1 ** ''j Kjngg Point. QUEENS COUNTY (northeastern part). 
Gardens (part)?and WWteS^^ <Part), Linden HUl, Little Neck (part), Oakland 

HvrSSTir^^ 



ZIP Codes: 10452 

10472 ' 
(part). 



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NINTH DISTRICT 

THOMAS J. MANTON, Democrat, of Sunnyside Queens, NY; born of Irish immi- 
erant parents in Manhattan, New York City on November 3, 1932; graduated from St. 
Joseph's School, Astoria, NY, 1946; St. John's Prep, Brooklyn, NY, 1950; St. John's Uni- 
versity, 1958, B.B.A.; St. John's Law School (nights), 1962, L.L.B.; served in U.S. Marine 
Corps 1951-53; member, New York City Police Department, 1955-60; marketing repre- 
sentative, IBM Corp., 1960-64; admitted to bar of New York State, 1963; private practice 
of law, 1964-84; member: New York City Council, 1970-84, Queens County Bar Associa- 
tion Catholic War Veterans, Post 870; past president, St. Patrick's Society of Queens; 
elected chairman, Queens County Democratic Organization, Executive Committee, 1986; 
married to former Diane Schley; four children: Catherine, Thomas, John, and Jeanne; 
elected to the 99th Congress, November 6, 1984; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

331 Cannon House Office Building 20510-3209 225-3965 

Administrative Assistant. David Springer. 

Legislative Assistants: Jim Mathews; Elaine Simek, Steven Vest. 

Office Manager. Lorraine Schrier 
46-12 Queens Boulevard, Sunnyside, NY 11104 (718) 706-1400 

District Chief of Staff. Fran Kraft. 



ueeiu County (western part). Communities of Astoria, Forest Hills Gardens, Glendale, Jackson Heights, Long 
kSJd CiW Maspeth, Middle Village, Ridgewood, Sunnyside, and Woodside, as well as a portion of Elmhurst. 
Population (1980), 516,143. 

ZIP Codes: 11100-02, 11103 (part), 11104-06, 11370, 11372 (part), 11373 (part), 11375 (part), 11376, 11378-79 

* * * 

TENTH DISTRICT 

CHARLES E. SCHUMER, Democrat, of Brooklyn, NY; born in Brooklyn, November 
23 1950- attended local schools; graduated valedictorian Madison High School; Harvard 
College/magna cum laude, 1971; J.D. with honors, Harvard Law School, 1974; admitted 
to th! New York State Bar in 1975; elected to the New York State Assembly 1974; 
served on judiciary, health, education, and cities committees; chairman subcommittee on 
city management and governance, 1977; chairman, committee on oversight and investiga- 
tion, 1979f reelected to each succeeding legislative session until December 1980; mamed 
to Iris Weinshall, 1980; two children: Jessica Emily and Alison; elected to the 97th Con- 
gress, November 4, 1980; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2412 Rayburn House Office Building 20515 225-6616 

Administrative Assistant. Carol Hellermann. 

Director of Commnunications. Eric Hauser. ^^ 

1628 King's Highway, Brooklyn, NY 11229 .. (212)965-5400 

District Office Director. Florence Steckel. 

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Fmmons Avenue, alone said avenue to Neptune Avenue, along said avenue to Coney Island Avenue, along said 
a^u to Avenue Z, tlong said avenue to East 7th Street along said street to Lancaster Avenue, alonf S 
avenue to Ocean Parkway, along said parkway to Avenue R, along said avenue to Kings Highway, along said 
hTSway to DalSll Road, Song slid road to 65th Street, along said street to Bay Parkway, along said parkway to 
59th Street along said street to 20th Avenue, along said avenue to 54th Street, along said street to 18th Avenue, 
along saS 'avenul to 47th Street, along said street to 17th Avenue, along said avenue to 44th Street, along said 
street to 16th Avenue, along said avenue to 43d Street, along said street to 15th Avenue, along said avenue to 40th 
Street along said street to 14th Avenue, along said avenue to 36th Street, along said street to Fort Hamilton 
Parkway along said parkway to 37th Street, along said street to 7th Avenue, along said avenue to 36th Street, 
along said street to 5th Avenue, along said avenue to 24th Street, along said stxeet to Gowanus Expressway, along 
said expressway to 2d Avenue, along said avenue to llth Street, along said street to 4th Avenue, along said avenue 
to 9th Street, along said street to 6th Avenue, along said avenue to a point where 6th Avenue intersects Union 
Street, the point of beginning. Population (1980), 517,944. 

ZIP Codes: 11204 (part), 11210, 11215 (part), 11218 (part), 11223 (part), 11226 (part), 11229-30. 11232 (part), 11234 
(part), 11235 (part), 11236 (part), 11239 



ELEVENTH DISTRICT 

EDOLPHUS TOWNS, Democrat, of Brooklyn, NY; born in Chadbourn, NQ on July 
21, 1934; graduated, West Side High School, Chadbourn, 1952; B.S., North Carolina 
A&T State University, Greensboro, 1956; master of social work, Adelphi University, 
Garden City, NY, 1973; U.S. Army, 1956-58; teacher, Medgar Evers College, Brooklyn, 
NY, and also for the New York City public school system; deputy hospital administrator, 
1965-71; deputy president, Borough of Brooklyn, 1976-82; member: Kiwanis, Boy Scouts 
Advisory Council, Salvation Army, Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity; married to the former 
Gwendolyn Forbes in 1960; two children: Darryl and Deidra; elected on November 2, 
1982, to the 98th Congress; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

1726 Longworth House Office Building 20510-3211 225-5936 

Administrative Assistant. Brenda Fillers. FAX: 225-1018 

Personal Secretary/ Appointment Secretary. Kimi Washington. 
2d Floor, 545 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11206 (718) 387-8696 

District Representative. Demecia Wooten-Irizarry. FAX: (718) 387-8045 

District Office Manager. Edward Miller. 



Kings County: That part bounded by a line described as follows. Beginning at a point where Seaview Avenue 
intersects Van Siclen Avenue, thence northwesterly along Van Siclen Avenue to Flatlands Avenue, along said 
avenue to Elton Street, along said street to Cozine Avenue, along said avenue to Ashford Street, along said street 
to Linden Boulevard, along said boulevard to Elton Street, along said street to Hegeman Avenue, along said 
avenue to Georgia Avenue, along said avenue to New Lots Avenue, along said avenue to Williams Avenue, along 
said avenue to Newport Street, along said street to Hinsdale Street, along said street to Dumont Avenue, along 
said avenue to Van Sinderen Avenue, along said avenue to Sutter Avenue, along said avenue to Powell Street, 
along said street to Liberty Avenue, along said avenue to Christopher Avenue, along said avenue to East New 
York Avenue, along said avenue to Bergen Street, along said street to Stone Avenue, along said avenue to Dean 
Street, along said street to Eastern Parkway, along said parkway to Pacific Street, along said street to Rockaway 
Avenue, along said avenue to Atlantic Avenue, along said avenue to Howard Avenue, along said avenue to Fulton 
Street^ along said street to Howard Avenue, along said avenue to Halsey Street, along said street to Arlington 
Place, along said place to Fulton Street, along said street to Bedford Avenue, along said avenue to Brevoort Place, 
along said place to Franklin Avenue, along said avenue to Pacific Street, along said street to Franklin Avenue, 
along said avenue to Bergen Street, along said street to Grand Avenue, along said avenue to St. Marks Avenue, 
along said avenue to Washington Avenue, along said avenue to Prospect Place, along said place to Carlton 
Avenue, along said avenue to Flatbush Avenue, along said avenue to 8th Avenue, along said avenue to Lincoln 
Place, along said place to 7th Avenue, along said avenue to Union Street, along said street to 6th Avenue, along 
said avenue to 9th Street, along said street to 4th Avenue, along said avenue to 1 1th Street, along said street to 2d 
Avenue, along said avenue to Gowanus Expressway, along said expressway to Court Street, along said street to 
Atlantic Avenue, along said avenue to Smith Street, along said street to Fulton Street, along said street to Albee 
Square, along said square to Gold Street, along said street to Myrtle Avenue, along said avenue to Prince Street, 
along said street to Tillary Street, along said street to Brooklyn Queens Expressway, along said expressway to 
Flushing Avenue* along said avenue to Bedford Avenue, along said avenue to Heyward Street, along said street to 
Marcy Avenue, along said avenue to Broadway, along Broadway to Roebling Street, along said street to Division 
Avenue, along said avenue to South llth Street, along said street to Berry Street, along said street to North 4th 
Street, along said street to Roebling Street, along said street to North 5th Street, along said street to Metropolitan 
Avenue, along said avenue to Woodpprnt Road, along said road to Kmgsland Avenue, along said avenue to 
Brooklyn Queens Expressway, along said expressway to the county line, alone the county line to Shore Parkway, 

where 8 -* w Avenue tetereects van Siolrai 

11212 <""* 112Ii *-* ml6 *-* ml7 ' 



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TWELFTH DISTRICT 

MAJOR R. OWENS, Democrat, of Brooklyn, NY; born in Memphis, TN, June 1936; 
attended Hamilton High School, Memphis, TN; graduated with high honors from More- 
house College, 1956; received M.S. from Atlanta University, 1957; chairman, Brooklyn 
Congress of Racial Equality; vice president, Metropolitan Council of Housing, 1964; com- 
munity coordinator, Brooklyn Public Library, 1965; executive director, Brownsville Com- 
munity Council, 1966; commissioner, New York City Community Development Agency, 
1968-73; director, community media library program at Columbia University, 1974; elect- 
ed to the New York State Senate, 1974-82; chairman, senate democratic operations com- 
mittee; ranking member, child care committee; member: finance, education, housing, and 
community development and social services committees; Brooklyn borough president de- 
clared September 10, 1971, "Major R. Owens Day"; served on International Commission 
on Ways of Implementing Social Policy to Ensure Maximum Public Participation and 
Social Justice for Minorities at The Hague, the Netherlands, 1972; published author and 
lecturer on library science; featured speaker, White House Conference on Libraries, 1979; 
recognized authority in community development; married to Maria A. Owens of New 
York City; the children of their blended family are: Christopher, Geoffrey, Millard, 
Carlos, and Cecelia; elected to the 98th Congress, November 2, 1982; reelected to each 
succeeding Congress; appointed chairman of the House Subcommittee on Select Educa- 
tion, 1987; appointed chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus Higher Education 
Braintrust from the 98th Congress to the present. 

Office Listings 

114 Cannon House Office Building 20510-3212 ..................................................... 225-6231 

Administrative Assistant. Jacqueline A. Ellis. 

Legislative Director. Braden Goetz. 

Press Secretary. Margaret Summers. , x *i 

289 Utica Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11213 ................................................................ (718) 773-3100 

District Office Director. Annette Robinson. 



Kinos County: That part beginning where Halsey Street intersects Howard Avenue, thence southerly along Howard 
Avenue to Fulton Street, along said street to Howard Avenue, along said avenue to Atlantic Avenue, atong said 
avenue to Rockaway Avenue, along said avenue to Pacific Street, along said street to Eastern Parkway, along said 
parkway to Dean Street, along said street to Stone Avenue, along said avenue to Bergen Street along said street to 
East New York Avenue, along said avenue to Christopher Avenue, along said avenue to Liberty Avenue, along 
add avenue to Powell Street, along said street to Sutter Avenue, along said avenue to Van Sinderen Avenue, atong 
srid avenue to Dumont Avenue, along said avenue to Hinsoale Street, along said street to Newport Street, along 
said street to Williams Avenue, along said avenue to New Lots Avenue, along said avenue to Georgia Avenue, 
along s^d avenue to Hegeman AveW, along said avenue to Cleveland Street, along said street to Lmden 
Boufevarf, along said boulevard to Ashford Street, along said street to Cozine Avenue, along said avenue to Elton 
Street, along said street to Flatlands Avenue, along said avenue to East 101st Street, along said street to Glenwood 
Road along sSd road to East 99th Street extended, along said street extended to East 99th Street along said street 
totter Avenue, along said avenue to Rockaway Parkway, along said parkway to Avenue D, along said avenue 
to Foster Avenue along said avenue to East 83d Street, along saul street to Farragut Road, along said road to East 
81st SttLt ataS? said slreet to Foster Avenue, along said avenue to Ralph Avenue, along said avenue to Flatlands 
AvenuValong said avenue to Avenue I, along said avenue to Brooklyn Avenue, along said avenue to Avenue H, 
Song" <id avenue to East 32nd Street, along said street to Flatbush Avenue, along said avenue^ to Avenue I, along 
said avenue to Ocean Avenue, along said avenue to Dorchester Road, along ^"^JjJ^JgS^^j 
said street to Beverly Road, along said road to East 17th Street, along said street to Albemane Road, along said 
road toEas .\m ^tet, along said street to Church Avenue, along said avenue to St. Pauls Place, along said place 
toCatonAvenue, along said avenue to Parade Place, along said place to Parkside Avenue, along said avenue to 
SceS Avtn^rSong id avenue to Empire Boulevard, along said boulevard to ^^^^^^^ 

Sd'av^^^^^^ 

along ItS s'trTto^^^^ 
Population (1980), 516,059. 

ZIP Code*: 11203, 11207 (part), 11212 (part), 11213, 11216 (part), 11225, 11226 (part), 11233 (part), 11234 (part). 
11236 (part), 11238 (part), 11247 



216 Congressional Directory NEW YORK 

THIRTEENTH DISTRICT 

STEPHEN J. SOLARZ, Democrat, of Brooklyn, NY; born in New York City Sen. 
tember 12, 1940; attended New York public schools; graduated from Brandeis University 
received master's degree in public law and government from Columbia University elect 
ed to New York State Assembly, three terms, 1968-74; ranking minority member Richer 
Education Committee; member: U.S. Holocaust Memorial Council; member: board of 
governors, American Jewish Congress, fellow and trustee of the board, Brandeis Univer- 
sity; married to the former Nina Koldin; two children: Randy and Lisa; elected to the 
94th Congress on November 5, 1974; reelected to each succeeding Congress; member 
Committee on Foreign Affairs; chairman, Subcommittee on Asian and Pacific Affairs' 
member: Subcommittee on Western Hemisphere Affairs; House Task Force on American 
Prisoners and Missing in Southeast Asia; Committee on Merchant Marine and FisherW 
Select Committee on Intelligence; Democratic Study Group; member, Subcommittee on 
Africa; member, Commission on Congressional Mailing Standards. 

Office Listings 

1536 Longworth House Office Building 20510-3213 225-2361 

Administrative Assistant. Jeremy Rabinovitz. 

Personal Secretary. Carol I. Ditta. 

Press Secretary. Robert M. Hathaway. 
532 Neptune Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11224 (~l\K\ vy ft*nri 

District Administrator. Annette Lidawer. l ' 372 ~ 8600 

619 Lorimer Street, Brooklyn, NY 1 121 1 /71 K\ 

343 Smith Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231 .'"."!"."!!!.'."!."!.".".'.';;.'.'."."." (718) J 



S th '^ Bensonhurst, Boro Park, Brighton Beach, Brooklyn Heights, Bush 
Gre -P' ""*>- Beach, led 



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FOURTEENTH DISTRICT 

Re P ut >lican, of Staten Island, NY; born in Staten Island NY 



Office Listings 

315 Cannon House Office Building 20515-3214 .......... 

Administrative Assistant. Dan Leonard 
ughlin. 



5 73d Street, Brooklyn, NY 11228 .................. , 71srk 

Constituent Representatives: Eileen Long and Ro^e'iiiarie"6 ; kiefe: ............. ( > 



^^ Str * intersects 16th Avenxw, thence southwesterly 

rtreet to 16th Avenue, alonglaTd avenu\ to 67th^Jr2t ^ Av *""* ton ^d ^enue to 64th Street, along sad 
Street, along said stSet to^ Ave ^e, alo* *ufc^%$F * 18t , h Avenue ' atoll ^d avenue to 79th 
along said avenue to 94th Street. alonsT said Sr2%T*2 %. + 86th ? treet alon ^d street to Gelston Avenue, 
avenue to Verrazano Narrows Bridge ^K iSd^rid^ Avenue, along said avenue to 4th Avenue, along said 
direction to 58t Street extended?1dong s^d s^ee?^f^H J t* Unt - y *"* aton f ^d COUJltv Hne * a 



avenu, Jo ggj 



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102 d Congress 217 



alone said street to New Utrecht Avenue, along said avenue to 59th Street, along said street to the point of 
beginning. Population (1980), 515.806. 

ZIP Codes: 10300-10, 10312, 10314, 11209 (part), 11214 (part), 11219 (part), 11220 (part), 11228 (part) 



FIFTEENTH DISTRICT 

BILL GREEN, Republican, of New York, NY; born in New York City, October 16, 
1929- B A., Harvard College, magna cum laude, 1950; J.D., Harvard Law School, magna 
cum'laude, 1953; admitted to the bar of District of Columbia, 1953; and New York State, 
1954- 1st Lt., U.S. Army, 1953-55; law secretary, Judge George T. Washington, U.S. 
Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, 1955-56; private practice of law in 
New York City, 1956-70; chief counsel, New York Joint Legislative Committee on Hous- 
ing and Urban Development, 1961-64; elected to New York State Assembly, 1965-68; 
regional administrator (NY), U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, 
1970-77- chairman, Region II (New York, New Jersey, Puerto Rico, and Virgin Islands), 
Federal ^Regional Council, 1971-77; ex officio member, Tri-State Regional Planning Com- 
mission, 1970-77; trustee, Jewish Association for Services for the Aged; advisory commit- 
tee member, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard College; trustee, New School for 
Social Research; advisory committee, New York University Graduate School of Public 
Administration; trustee, Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center; trustee, Albert Einstein 
College of Medicine; Association of the Bar of the City of New York (treasurer, 1976- 
78)- married to the former Patricia Freiberg; two children: Catherine Ann and Louis Mat- 
thew- elected to the 95th Congress, February 14, 1978, hi a special election to fill the 
vacancy caused by the resignation of Edward I. Koch; member of the Appropriations 
Committee; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2301Rayburn House Office Building 20515-3215 ................................................. 225^840 

Administrative Assistant. Sheila Greenwald. FAX. ZZD-USW 

Legislative Director. Jeff Lawrence. 

Press Secretary. Barrie Joseph-Henken. ^ x ^_ 

Room 2306, 60 Halt 42nd Street, New York. NY 10165-0015 ............................ (212) 826-4466 

Executive Assistant. Patricia Richter. 



at a point where East 98th Street intersects Park Avenue, Aence southerly 

aong idi Tto 96fl alonisaid street to 1st Avenue, along said avenue to East 90th Street, along 

said st^et to East 90th Street extended, along said street extended to Franklin D Roosevelt Drive, , Mong said 



to the county line, along the county line I _ 

Catherine Street, along said street to Madison Street, along said 
' ' >laza to Centre Street, along 



tS* a iong^%^r^^rairfw^ -* -a* -HM. . * ^ .* . i 



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Congressional Directory NEW YORK 

SIXTEENTH DISTRICT 

THARLES B RANGEL, Democrat-Liberal-Republican, of New York, NY; bom in 
H rm New York NY June 11, 1930; attended the public schools in Harlem, P.S. 89 
SJ PS 1^) Junk* &gh School 139,'and DeWitt Clinton High School; enlisted in the 
U S Army and seTved from 1948 to 1952; awarded the Purple Heart, Bronze Star for 
Valor -U S Ind Korean Presidential Citations and three battle stars while serving in 

ivU wi>h the Second Infantry Division in Korea; honorably discharged with rank of 
SSr Sr^nt ?Ste^nffita?y "uty, completed high school, 1953; graduated from New 
^k^n&^h^^CcJS^roe.M dean's list student under the G.I bill 1957; 
SaieTfrom St. John's University School of Law, dean's ^student under a fig 3- 
vSr Sholarship, 1960; lawyer; admitted to practice in the courts of the State of New 
Y^k US Federal Court, Southern District of New York, and the US, Customs Court; 
mooted assistant U.S. attorney, Southern District of New York, 1961; legal counsel, 
NeV York City Housing and Redevelopment Board, Neighborhood Conservation 
Bureau- general counsel, National Advisory Commission on Selective Service, 1966; 
5d2 terns hi toe New York State Assembly, 1966-70; active in 369th Veterans Asso- 
ciation Community Education Program, and Martin Luther King Democrats; mamed 
S Carte^ne son, Steven; one daughter, Alicia; elected to 92d Congress, November 
3, 1970; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2252 Rayburn House Office Building 20510-3216 225-4365 

Executive Assistant. Patricia O. Bradley 

Tax Counsel. Jon Sheiner 
163 West 125th Street, New York, NY 10027 (212) 663-3900 

District Administrator. Vivian E. Jones 

601 West 181st Street, New York, NY10033 (22) ^7-5333 

2110 First Avenue, New York, NY 10029 (212) 348-9630 



New York County: that part of Manhattan Island north of East 96th Street and West 90th Street, including Central 
Park, Randalls Island, Roosevelt Island, and Wards Island. Population (1980), 518,053. 

ZIP Codes: 10017 (part), 10024 (part), 10025 (part), 10026, 10027 (part), 10028 (part), 10029 (part), 10030, 10031 
032 (partTlto (par, 10034 (part), 10035, 10037, 10039, 10040 (part), 10O44-45, 10090, 10128, 10463 



(part), 10032 ( 



SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT 

TED WEISS, Democrat-Liberal, of New York, NY; born in Hungary, September 17, 
1927; came to the United States in 1938; graduated, Hoffman High School, South Amboy, 
NJ, 1946; B.A., Syracuse (NY) University, 1951; LL.B., Syracuse University College of 
Law, 1952; admitted to the bar in 1953 and commenced practice in New York City; 
served in the U.S. Army, 1946-47; served as assistant district attorney, New York 
County, 1955-59; member, Council of the City of New York, 1962-77; member: B'nai 
B'rith, New York County Lawyers Association, American Bar Association, New York 
County Democratic Committee, New Democratic Coalition; American Civil Liberties 
Union; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; Amnesty Interna- 
tional, U.S.A,; president, Americans for Democratic Action; member, Stephen Wise Free 
Synagogue; married to the former Sonya Hoover; two children: Thomas and Stephen; 
elected to the 95th Congress, November 2, 1976; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2467 Rayburn House Office Building 20510-3217 225-5635 

Administrative Assistant. Michael Timmeny. FAX: 225-6923 

Legislative Assistant. Miles Lackey. 

Office Manager/Personal Assistant. Joyce Power. 
252 Seventh Avenue, New York, NY 10001 (212) 620-3970 

District Administrator. Liz London. 

490 West 238th Street, Riverdale, NY 10463 (212) 884-0441 

655 East 233d Street, Bronx, NY 10466 (212) 652-0400 



NEW YORK 102 d Congress 219 

^SS'SSU^ 'ncludmg portions of those areas 

ntained in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Districts, ^nStodiS thme^ret fSEJ^T 2 WC -J?? INTY! That part not 

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EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT 



m ,* rn 'i Democrat ' f * ronx > NY; born in Mayagiiez, PR, October 24, 

1943; attended PS-43 elementary school, Bronx, NY; Dodge Vocational High School 
Bronx, NY; attended Lehman College, City University of New York NY^ served *S 
with US. Army Medical Corps, 196^66; employed by *t ,lS^M^^^ 
1961-69; Community School District 7, 1969-74; New York State Assembl^naT 197^1 
90; chairman, Consumers Affairs Committee, 1979-83; chairman, Education Committee 
1983-90; married in 1979 to the former Mary Staucet; five 



-; mare n o e ormer ary taucet; five chilenLis Trapeo 

Marco, Benjamin, Jonathan Brucker, and Justine Brucker; elected to the 101st Congress 
by special e ection March 28, 1990 to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of 
Robert Garcia; reelected to the 102d Congress November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

1217 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 205 1 5-32 1 8 225-43 6 1 

Special Counsel/Chief of Staff. Ellyn Toscano. ............. 

Executive Office Manager. Pichy Marty. 

Legislative Assistant. Achieng Akunu. 
890 Grand Concourse, Bronx, NY 10451-2828 ..................... /2ir> S3 S4nn 

District Director. Michael Benjamin. ............................. * } 33 *- 540 



Bronx County: That part beginning where East Fordham Road intersects Third Avenue, then southerly along Third 
Avenue to Bassford Avenue, along said avenue to East 186th Street, along said street to Park Avenue, atona said 
avenue to East 185th Street, along said street to Bathgate Avenue, along slid avenue to Third AvSut ahg SSd 
avenue to East 184th Street, along said street to Arthur Avenue, along said avenue to East 183d Street, alonS said 
street to Belmont Avenue, along said avenue to East 182d Street, along said street to Belmont Avenue along said 
avenue to East 181st Street, along said street to Crotona Avenue, along said avenue to East 182d Street atonf SS 
street to Prospect Avenue, along said avenue to Grote Street, along said street to Southern Boulevard, along said 
boulevard to Bronx Park South, along Bronx Park South to Boston Road, along said road to East 181st Street, 
along said street to Vyse Avenue, along said avenue to East 179th Street, along id street to Boston Road, along 
said road to East Tremont Avenue, along said avenue to Devoe Avenue, along said avenue to East 180th Street 
along said street to Bronx River Parkway, along said parkway to Cross Bronx Expressway, along said expressway 
to Bronx River Avenue, along said avenue to East 173d Street, along said street to East 174th Street, along said 
street to Morrison Avenue, along said avenue to East 172d Street, along said street to Fteley Avenue, along said 
S^KjSJP'V 7 ^ . StreCtf -? ng id T street to Croea Avenue, along said avenue to Cro Bronx Expressway 
r ^.?* 1 ^ 06 Ro 8 *' alo , n S said road to Leland Avenue, along said avenue to Gleason Avenue, along said avenue 
to White Plains Road, along said road to Bruckner Boulevard, along said boulevard to Leland Avenue, along said 
avenue to Watson Avenue, along said avenue to Bronx River Parkway, along said parkway to Bruckner Boule- 
vard, along said boulevard to Sound View Avenue, along said avenue to Croes Avenue, along said avenue to 
Story Avenue, along said avenue to Rosedale Avenue, along said avenue to Lafayette Avenue, along said avenue 
to Croes Avenue, along said avenue to Seward Avenue, along said avenue to Rosedale Avenue, along said avenue 
to Lacombe Avenue, along said avenue to Commonwealth Avenue, along said avenue to Randall Avenue, along 
said avenue to St. Lawrence hAvenue, along said avenue to Seward Avenue, along said avenue to Thieriot 
Avenue, along said avenue to Lafayette Avenue, along said avenue to Newman Avenue, along said avenue to 
Lacombe Avenue, along said avenue to Bolton Avenue, along said avenue to Patterson Avenue, along said avenue 
to Underbill Avenue, along said avenue to O'Brien Avenue, along said avenue to O'Bnen Avenue extended, along 
said avenue extended to the center of Bronx River, along the center of said nver to the center of the Bronx River 
extended, along the center of said nver extended to the county line, westerly and northerly along the county line 
to the University Heights Bridge, along said bridge to West Fordham Road, along said road to Sedgwick Avenue, 
along said avenue to Hall of Fame Terrace, along said terrace to West 181st Street, along said street to Aqueduct 
Avenue East, along said avenue to West 183d Street, along said street to Andrews Avenue North, along said 
avenue to West Fordham Road, along said road to University Avenue, along said avenue to Father Zeiser Place, 
atong said place to Webb Avenue, along said avenue to West 19Oth Street, along said street to University Avenue, 
along said avenue to West Kingsbridge Road, along said road to Aqueduct Avenue West, along said avenue to 
West 192d Street, along said street to Grand Avenue, along said avenue to West Kingsbridge Road, along said 
road to East Kingsbridge Road, along said road to East Fordham Road, along said road to a point where East 
Fordham Road intersects Third Avenue, to the point of beginning. Population (1980), 517,122. 

23P Code*: 10400, 10451, 10452 (part), 10453 (part), 10454, 10455 (part), 10456, 10457 (part), 10458 (part), 10459, 
10460 (part), 10468 (part), 10472 impart), 1M73 (part), 10474 



220 Congressional Directory NEW YORK 

NINETEENTH DISTRICT 

ELIOT L. ENGEL, Democrat, of Bronx, NY; born in Bronx, NY, on February 18 
1947; attended Bronx public schools; B.A., Hunter- Lehman College, 1969; M.A Citv 
University of New York, 1973; New York Law School, 1987; married to Patricia Ennis 
Engel, 1980; children: Julia and Jonathan; teacher and counselor in the New York City 
public school system, 1969-77; elected to the New York legislature, 1977-88; Committee 
on Foreign Affairs; Committee on Small Business; Select Committee on Hunger; Long 
Island Sound Coalition; Human Rights Caucus; Ethiopian Jewry Caucus; Congressional 
Space Caucus; Ad Hoc Committee on Irish Affairs; Hudson River Caucus; Democratic 
Study Group; elected on November 8, 1988 to the 101st Congress; reelected to the 102d 
Congress, November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

1213 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3219 225-2464 

Administrative Assistant. John F. Calvelli. 

Office Manager. Pamela K. Segal. 
3250 Westchester Avenue, Bronx, NY 10461 (212) 823-7200 

Chief of Staff. Arnold I. Linhardt. 

Director of Communications^ Frank M. Pizzurro. 

641 Yonkers Avenue, Yonkers, NY 10704 (914) 376-1600 

Room 3, 177 Dreiser Loop, Bronx, NY 10475 (212) 320-2314 



Bronx County: That part beginning where the Bronx Whitestone Bridge intersects the Bronx-Queens County line 
thence northerly along said bndge to Hutchmson River Parkway, along said parkway to Bruckner Boulevard 
along said boulevard to Zarega Avenue, along said avenue to Waterbury Avenue, along said avenue to Westchest- 
er Avenue, along said avenue to Castle Hill Avenue, along said avenue to East Tremont Avenue, along said 
avenue to Bronxdale Avenue, along said avenue to Pierce Avenue, along said avenue to Bogart Avenue, along said 
avenue to Rhinelander Avenue, along said avenue to Radchff Avenue, along said avenue to Neill Avenue, along 
said avenue to Yates Avenue, along said avenue, to Lydig Avenue, along said avenue to Wilhamsbndge Road 
along said road to Pelham Parkway North, along said parkway to Bronxwood Avenue, along said avenue to 
Allerton Avenue, along said avenue to White Plains Road, along said road to Burke Avenue, along said avenue to 
Bronx Park East, along Bronx Park East to Bronx and Pelham Parkway, along said parkway to Boston Road 
along said road to Bronx Park East, along Bronx Park East to Unionport Road, along said road to Sagamore 
Street, along said street to Amethyst Street, along said street to Rhinelander Avenue, along said avenue to 
Unionport Road, along said road to Morris Park Avenue, along said avenue to East 180th Street, along said street 
ETT^rS 1 *' ?? g ^d venue to East Tremont Avenue, along said avenue to Boston Road, along said road 
to East 179th Street, along said street to Vyse Avenue, along said avenue to East 181st Street, along said street to 
Boston Road, along said road to Bronx Park South, along Bronx Park South to Southern Boulevard, along said 
^i!T^ t A Street ' ^ ng ** strect * ProsP* 01 Avenue, along said avenue to East 182d Street, along said 

?vSu* J PF ??M V S U V I 7 18 * ? VCnUe t0 Eait 181st Strcet ' along Said strect to Mmont Avenue along said 
avenue to East 182d Street, along said street to Belmont Avenue, along said avenue to East 183d street, along said 

t^KS r Av l nue fdon 1 S stud avenue to East IWth Street, along said street to Third Avei.ue, alon| said 
rSS^lM^S? a ? ng * avenUC * EaSt 185th Street ' al " 1 * Mud street to Park A venue along said 
to ft F<??>, %' f n 1 Said *??* *5 Ba ^ ford Avenue, along Sud avenue to Third Avenue along said 
. East Fordham Road, along said road to East Kingsbridge Road, along said road to West Kingsbndge 

^ "* ^ Ve ^ e \ *}?"* ^ &V ^ W tO WftSt 192d Street ' alon **** 8treet to Aqueduct 

y T 5 W f* Kingsbndge Road, along said road to University Avenue, along said 
. t t, along said street to Webb Avenue, along said avenue to Father Zeiser Place, along 
on* 257" y t VCI e * **??&*%* avcnue to West Pordham Road, along said road to Andrews Avenue 
sTltrtLl dET. ?^? t , l83d S ; i ree J' 1 alon d street *o Aqueduct Avlnue East, along said avenue to 
T 1 f 6 ? t0 "S 1 of Fame T rrace, along said terrace to Sedgwick Avenue, along said 
"^ 2 ' f ? 8 ""u r08d t0 Universit y Hei ?hts Bndge, along sail bridge to its intersection 
^t I ? **** %*"** nort *?T\y along safd line to its intersection with Broadway, along 
8 ?"* * tre Z l t0 Kta8*fe* Avenue, along swd avenue to West 234th Stree* 
* al 1 l g Said avenu e to West 232d Street, along aaid street to Tibbett Avenue, 



* , 

v i Stree i; " 1C 5 Said s eet to Irwin Avenue, along said avenue to West 236th Street, 
a l n f Bro fr m y to West M** 1 Street > a ong said 




, street to Corlear Avenue, along 

Broadway, along Broadway to Van Cortlandt Park South, 
"1, along said road to Jerome Avenue, along said avenue to 
-* atong said street to Webster Avenue, along said avenue 
Thruway, along said thruway to Conner Street, along 
A. ,._... -i , -j ^_ __ -.,* J Street, along 

L venue, along 

tway, along said expressway to West 
long said parkway to Riverdale Avenue, 
'" thence easterly along said line to the 






r\F aairt r*ni,m. * t A - ...~.-. f^v^uuw, <uu(j atuu ttvcnuc to ju'Ciiavcii ju/nv^-t 

^ - !S^^S5!^~^?.. to P ^d avenue to Corbahs Place, along said place to 




road to Central Park Avenue, along said 
" * road to Pennsylvania Avenue, along 



NEW YORK 102d Congress 221 

the city hn* to j^owles Start extended, along said street extended to Fernbrook Street, along said street to 
" *** WhCrC Ludl W Stteet mterSCCtS a*" Br0ay * Ae P-* Of 



ZIP Codes: 10453 (part), 10457 (part), 10458 (part), 10460 (part), 10461 (part). 10462 (part) 10463 (part) 10464 10465 

- 1047 - ' ' 



TWENTIETH DISTRICT 

NITA M. LOWEY, Democrat, of NY; born in New York, NY, July 5, 1937; attended 
P.S. 114, New York City; graduated, Bronx High School of Science, 1955; B.S., Mount 
Holyoke College, 1959; assistant to secretary of state for Economic Development and 
Neighborhood Preservation, and deputy director, Division of Economic Opportunity, 
1975-85; assistant secretary of state, 1985-87; member: New York States Association of 
Women Office Holders, New York State Child Care Commission, Westchester Jewish 
Community Services, Women's Network of the YWCA, Legal Awareness for Women, 
National Women's Political Caucus of Westchester, American Jewish Committee of 
Westchester; married to Stephen Lowey, 1961; three children: Dana, 26, Jacqueline, 24, 
and Douglas, 22; elected on November 8, 1988 to the 101st Congress; reelected to the 
102d Congress, November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

1313 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3220 225-6506 

Administrative Assistant. Scott Fleming. FAX: 225-0546 

Legislative Director. Mark Isaac. 

Executive Assistant. Suzanne Tracy. 
Suite 105, 235 Mamaroneck Avenue, White Plains, NY 10605 (914) 428-1707 

District Administrator. Deborah Bohren. 



Westchester County: Towns of Eastchester, Harrison, Mamaroneck, Mount Kisco, Mount Pleasant, New Castle, 
North Castle, Ossining, Pelham, Rye, and Scarsdale. Cities of Mount Vernon, New Rochelle, Rye, and White 
Plains; Yonkers That part beginning at a point where Thompson Street intersects Read Avenue, thence northerly 
along Read Avenue to Margaret Avenue, along said avenue to Manhattan Avenue, along said avenue to Pennsyl- 
vania Avenue, along said avenue to Scarsdale Road, along said road to Alta Vista Drive, along said dnve to 
Central Park Avenue, along said avenue to Tuckahoe Road, along said road to Saw Mill River Road, along said 
road to Odell Avenue, along said avenue to Nepperhan Avenue, along said avenue to Crosshill Avenue, along said 
avenue to Corbalis Place, along said place to Bolmer Avenue, along said avenue to Dehaven Drive, along the 
lesser distance of said dnve to Plaisade Avenue, along said avenue to Morsemere Avenue, along said avenue to 
North Broadway, along North Broadway to Lake Avenue, along said avenue to Palisade Avenue, along said 
avenue to School Street, along said street to Nepperhan Avenue, along said avenue to New Main Street, along said 
street to South Broadway, along South Broadway to Ludlow Street, along said street to Fernbrook Street, along 
said street to Knowles Street extended, along said street extended to the city limit, northerly easterly, and 
southerly along the city limit to Thompson Street, along said street to a point where Thompson Street intersects 
Read Avenue, the point of beginning. Population (1980), 517,603. 

ZIP Codes: 10504, 10510, 10514, 10528, 10532, 10538, 10543, 10545-W, 10549 (part), 10550 (part), 10551-53, 10562 
(part), 10570, 10573, 10577, 10580, 10583 (part), 10591 (part), 10594-95, 10600 (part), 10601-06, 10700 (part), 10703 
(part), 10705 (part), 10707, 10708 (part), 10709, 10710 (part), 10800-05 



TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT 

HAMILTON FISH, JR., Republican, of Millbrook, NY; born in Washington, DC, June 
3, 1926; married Mary Ann Knauss, December 31, 1988; four children; graduate of Kent 
School, Kent, CT; A.B., Harvard College, 1949; LL.B., New York University School of 
Law, 1957; attended John F. Kennedy School of Public Administration, Cambridge, MA; 
admitted to New York Bar; enlisted in USNR, 1944-46; served in Ireland as vice consul, 
1951-53; U.S. Foreign Service; counsel, New York State Assembly Judiciary Committee, 
1961; elected to the 91st Congress, November 5, 1968; reelected to each succeeding Con- 
gress; ranking member, House Committee on the Judiciary; Joint Economic Committee; 
Board of Visitors to the U.S. Military Academy, West Point; Franklin D. Roosevelt Me- 
morial Commission; board of directors of the New York State Martin Luther King, Jr. 
Institute for Nonviolence; cochairman, Ad Hoc Congressional Committee for Irirh Af- 
fairs; Environmental and Energy Study Conference; Northeast-Midwest Congressional 



222 Congressional Directory NEW YORK 

roalition- Congressional Human Rights Caucus; Congressional Clearing House on the 
Future Co^?ess!onal Caucus on Women's Issues; Congressional Arts Caucus; awards: 
ACLU's cSSSStnud Civil Liberties Award, 1990; Eleanor Roosevelt Valkill Medal, 
tera Paralyzed Veterans Association Award, 1990; Computer and Business Man- 
TAsStion Public Policy Award, 1990; N.A.A.C P. Walter White Award, 
rvant Award from New York University School of Law 



rftetwm Astion Puc ocy war, ... . war, 

1989 ^ DistineSshed Public Servant Award from New York University School of Law, 
974- iw^dirHonorary LL.D. from Mercy College, Dobbs Ferry, NY, 1977; Maris( 
cSte^SgUeSSe. NY, 1978, and St. Thomas Acquinas, SparkiU, NY '1981; Honor- 
^Doctor of Human Letters, Mt. St. Mary College, Newburgh, NY, 1989; other mem- 
vSnshins- New York State and Dutchess County Bar Associations; Sons of the Revolu- 
tion Ne^^^^^ Poughkeepsie Elks Lodge No. 275; American Legion Lafayette 

Post 37 VFW Post No. 973; Oak Grove Grange No. 873; Dutchess, Ulster and Green 
rv^nnti^ Newbureh VanCortandtville Historical Societies; Dutchess County Council, 
BS "1 1>utebe7s County^hrine Club; Triune Lodge F&AM No. 782; Valley of Albany 
Masonic Temple; Cyprus Temple AAONMS; Society of the Friendly Sons of St Patrick 
of Putnam County; Haddassah Associates; Eleanor Roosevelt Center at Valkdl; Steuben 
Society of America Unit 167; IORM, Mawenawasigh Tribe 479; Jewish Federation of 
Greater Orange County. 

Office Listings 

2269 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3221 ................... 225-5441 

Administrative Assistant. Nicholas Hayes 

Legislative Assistant Debbie Reilly. 

Personal Secretary/Office Manager. -Grace Washbourne. 
70 Gleneida Avenue, Carmel, NY 10512 .......................................................... (914) 225-5200 

SteSS^ 1002 Breunig Road, New Windsor, NY 12533... (914) 564-4302 

Project Coordinator. Janice Ann Traber 
Hark Plaza, Building 3, 235 Route 9, Wappingers Falls, NY 12590 .................... (914) 297-5711 



Dutchess County Towns of Amema, Beekman, Dover, East Fishkill, Fishkill, La Grange, Pawling, Poughkeepsie, 
Union Vale, Wappinger, and Washington, cities of Beacon and Poughkeepsie. ORANGE COUNTY. Towns of 
Blooming Grove, Cornwall, Highlands, Montgomery, Newburgh, and New Windsor, city of Newburgh. PUTNAM 
CouNrvfTowns of Carmel, Kent, Patterson, Phihpstown, Putnam Valley, and Southeast. WESTCHESTER COUNTY. 
Towns of Bedford, Cortlandt, Lewisboro, North Salem, Pound Ridge, Somers, and Yorktown; city of Peekskdl. 
Population (1980), 516,778. 

OT Codes: 10501 10505-09, 1051 I r 12,_ 105 1^2^,^0524^052^27, J^ (part), * 

(part), 10560, 10562 ( 
10992, 10996, 12501 I 

12584^86, 12589 *fairt)' 12590~ 12592,' 12594~ 1 2600, T2~60 1 (part)," 12602-03, 12614 



TWENTY-SECOND DISTRICT 

BENJAMIN A. OILMAN, Republican, of Middletown, NY; born in Poughkeepsie, 
NY, December 6, 1922; educated in the public schools of Middletown and graduated 
from Middletown High School, 1941; B.S., Wharton School of Business and Finance, 
University of Pennsylvania, 1946; LL.B., New York Law School, 1950; veteran of World 
War II, 20th Air Force, 19th Bomb Group; awarded Distinguished Flying Cross and Air 
Medal for 35 missions over Japan; appointed assistant attorney general, New York State 
Department of Law, 1953; formed the law firm of Oilman & Oilman, 1955, in Middle- 
town, NY; attorney for New York State's Temporary Commission on the Courts; served 
for 3 terms in the New York State Assembly from the 95th District, 1967-72; member: 
Southeastern Water Commission; Middletown, Orange County, New York State, and 
American Bar Associations; the Association of the Bar of the City of New York; New 
York Trial Lawyers Association, and the American Trial Lawyers Association; also a 
member of Orange County Republican Committee, American Legion, V.F.W., Masonic 
War Veterans Beth El Post No. 29, J.W.V. (national legislative chairman), B.P.O.E. No. 
1097, Hoffman Lodge of F.&A.M., A.A.O.N.M.S. of Cyprus Temple (Albany), Interna- 
tional Narcotic Enforcement Officers Association, Zeta Beta Tau fraternity, Otisville 
Grange, Hudson-Delaware Boy Scout Council, Lamont-Doherty Geological Observatory 
Advisory Council, advisory committee of NYS Division of Youth's Start Center, past 
president of Capitol Hill Shrine Club, former board chairman of Middletown Little 
League, vice president of Orange County Mental Health Association, and Orange County 



NEW YORK 102d Congress 223 

Heart Association; Lt. Col. Civil Air Patrol, Congressional Branch; member: Le Societe 
des 40 Homines et 8 Chevaux; Colonel, New York Guard; married to Rita Gail Oilman, 
1984; Mr. Oilman's children: Jonathan, Harrison, Susan, David, and Ellen (deceased Nov. 
10, 1976); Mrs. Oilman's children: Alan and Eric Kelhoffer; elected to the 93d Congress, 
November 7, 1972; reelected to each succeeding Congress; member of Foreign Affairs 
Committee, Post Office, Energy Security Working Group, Select Committee on Narcot- 
ics Abuse and Control, Select Committee on Hunger, Congressional Delegate to United 
Nations General Assembly, llth Special Session (1981); member: U.S.-Ukraine Famine 
Commission; U.S.-Mexican Interparliamentary Conference; cochairman, U.S.-European 
Interparliamentary Conference; Congressional Advisor to Law of the Sea Conference; 
United States Military Academy Board of Visitors, 1973-83; Presidential Commission on 
World Hunger; task force on the Handicapped, cochairman, ad hoc committee on Irish 
Affairs; vice chairman, House task force on POW's and MIA's; Foundation for Better 
Health; Good Samaritan Hospital, Suffern, NY; Board of Directors, World Hunger Year. 

Office Listings 

2185 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3222 225-3776 

Administrative Assistant. Nancy L. Colandrea. 

Legislative Director. Thomas McConnell. 

Press Assistant. Andrew Zarutskie. 
P.O. Box 358, 44 East Avenue, Middletown, NY 10940-0358 (914) 343-6666 

District Office Manager. Amalia Aumick. 

223 Route 59, Monsey, NY 10954-3498 (914) 357-9000 

32 Main Street, Hastings-on-Hudson, NY 10706-1602 (914) 478-5550 



Orange County: Towns of Chester, Crawford, Dccrpark, Ooshcn, Greenville, Hamptonburgh, Minisink, Monroe, 
Mount Hope, Tuxedo, Wallkill, Warwick, Wawayanda, and Woodbury; cities of Middletown and Port Jervis. 
ROCKLAND COUNTY. Towns of Clarkstown, Haverstraw, Orangetown, Ramapo, and Stony Point SULLIVAN 
COUNTY: Towns of Bethel, Cochecton, Delaware, Forestburgh, Highland, Lumberland, Mamakating, Thompson, 
and Tusten. WESTCHESTER COUNTY: Town of Greenburgh. Population (1980), 516.625. 

ZIP Codes: 10502-03, 10522-23, 10530, 10533, 10583 (part), 10591 (part), 10600 (part), 10706, 10901, 10910-13, 10915- 
21, 10923-27, 10930-33, 10940, 10950, 10952, 10953 (part), 10954, 10956, 10958-60, 10962-65, 10968-70, 10973-77. 
10979-90, 10993-94, 10997-98, 12483, 12566 (part), 12701, 12719-22, 12723 (part), 12726-27, 12729, 12732, 12734 
(part), 12735, 12737, 12738 (part), 12739, 12742-43, 12745-46, 12748 (part), 12749-52, 12762, 12764, 12769-71, 
12775, 12776 (part), 12777-78, 12780-82, 12783 (part), 12784-86, 12790, 12792 



TWENTY-THIRD DISTRICT 

MICHAEL R. McNULTY, Democrat, of NY; born in Troy, Rensselaer County, NY, 
September 16, 1947; graduated from St. Joseph's Grammar School, Green Island, NY, 
1961; attended LaSalle Institute, Troy, NY, 1961-64; graduated St. Joseph's Institute, Bar- 
rytown, NY, 1965; attended, Loyola University, Rome Center, Rome, Italy, 1967-68; 
B.A., Holy Cross College, Worcester, MA, 1969; attended Hill School of Insurance, New 
York City, 1970; insurance broker; elected: town supervisor, Town of Green Island, NY, 
1969-77; mayor, Village of Green Island, 1977-83; New York State Assembly, 1983-88; 
member: Albany County Democratic Executive Committee, Green Island Democratic 
Committee, New York State Democratic Committee; board of directors, Capital Region 
Technology Development Council; delegate, Democratic National Convention, 1972; 
married to the former Nancy Ann Lazzaro, 1971; four children: Michele M., Angela E., 
Nancy T., and Maria L.; elected on November 8, 1988 to the 101st Congress; reelected to 
the 102d Congress in November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

414 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3223 225-5076 

Chief of Staff. Lana R. HeHrich. FAX: 225-5077 

Press Secretary. Charles Segal. 

Systems Manager/Legislative Assistant. Jim Glenn. 

Leo W. O'Brien Federal Building, Albany, NY 12207 (518J 465-0700 

US. Office, Schenectady, NY 12305 (518) 374-4547 

33 Second Street, Troy, NY 12180 (518J 271-0822 

9 Market Street, Amsterdam, NY 12010 <518) 843-3400 



224 Congressional Directory NEW YORK 



- Towns of Berne, Bethlehem, Coeymans, Colonie, Green Island, Guilderland, Knox, New Scotland, 
sleMdWesterlo- cities of Albany, Cohoes, and Watervhet MONTGOMERY COUNTY- Town of Hr^ 
of AnSerfaT BUOHEAER COUNTY: City of Troy SCHENECTADY COUNTY: Towns of Duanesburg, jfi 
IttSS^rihSton. and Rotterdam; city of Schenectady Population (1980), 516,943 



n* - 12010 (part), 12019 (part), 12023 (part), 12027 (part), 12041, 12045, 12046 (part), 12047, 12053 

.rvl2059 12GW firt) 12067, 12069, 12077, 12084-85, 12087 (part), 12107, 12110-11, 12120 (parrt 
1^7 2^12137 12141 12H3 12147 12148 (part), 12150, 12158-59, 12161, 12179, 12180 (part), 12181, 12182 
S)"m83 ,12186 .12189, 12193, 12194 (part), 12200-12, 12220, 12224-25, 12300-O1, 12302 (part), 12303-09, 
12469 (part) 



TWENTY-FOURTH DISTRICT 

GERALD B.H. SOLOMON, Republican, of Glens Falls, NY; born in Okeechobee, 
FL August 14, 1930; attended the public schools; graduated from Bethlehem Central 
High School, Delmar, NY; attended Siena College, Albany, NY, and St. Lawrence Uni- 
versity, Canton, NY; served in the U.S. Marine Corps, 1951-52; founding partner of in- 
surance and investment firm; member, New York State Assembly, 1973-78; Queensbury 
town supervisor and Warren County legislator, 1968-72; member: First Presbyterian 
Church, Masons, Kiwanis, Grange, Farm Bureau, Marine Corps League, American 
Legion, Disabled American Veterans; married to the former Freda Parker of Mononga- 
hela, PA, 1955; five children: Susan, Daniel, Robert, Linda, and Jeffrey; elected to the 
96th Congress, November 7, 1978; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2265 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3224 ................... 225-5614 

Administrative Assistant. Geoff Gleason. 

Personal Secretary. Dorothy Cook. 

Press Secretary. Dan Amon. 
Gaslight Square, Saratoga Springs, NY 12801 ........................................................ (518) 587-9800 

568 East Columbia Turnpike, East Greenbush, NY 12061 ................................... (518) 477-2703 

329 Fairview Avenue, Hudson, NY 12534 .............................................................. (518) 828-0181 



Counties: Columbia, Greene, Saratoga, Warren, and Washington. DUTCHESS COUNTY Towns of Clinton, Hyde Park, 
Milan, North East, Pine Plains, Pleasant Valley, Red Hook, Rhinebeck, and Standford. RENSSELAER COUNTY- 
Towns of Berlin, Brunswick, East Greenbush, Grafton, Hoosick, Nassau, North Greenbush, Petersburg, Pittstown, 
Poestenkill, Sand Lake, Schaghticoke, Schodack, and Stephentown; city of Rensselaer. Population (1980), 515,614. 

ZIP Codes: 12015, 12017-18, 12019 (part), 12020, 12022, 12024, 12025 (part), 12026, 12D27 (part), 12028-29, 12033, 
12037, 12040, 12042, 12046 (part), 12050-52, 12057-58, 12060-63, 12065, 12074-75, 12082-83, 12086 (part), 12087 
(part), 12089-90, 12094, 12106, 12114-15, 12118, 12120 (part), 12121, 12123-26, 12130, 12132-33, 12135-36, 12138, 
12140, 12144, 12148 (part), 12151, 12153-54, 12156, 12162-63, 12165, 12168-70, 12172-74, 12176, 12180 (part), 
12182 (part), 12184-85, 12188, 12192, 12195-96, 12198, 12302 (part), 12405, 12407, 12413-15, 12418, 12422-24, 
12427, 12431, 12436, 12439, 12442, 12444, 12450-52, 12454, 12460, 12463, 12468 (part), 12469 (part), 12470, 12473, 
12480 (part), 12482, 12485, 12492, 12496, 12501 (part), 12502-04, 12506-07, 12513, 12514 (part), 12516-17, 12521, 

12523,12526,12529-30,12534,"-"- " " ' ' " '- 

12574, 12578 (part), 12580-81, 1 

12826-28, 12831-35, 12836 (part). , _ 

12859-60, 12861 (part), 12862-63, 12865-66, 12871, 12873-74, 12878, 12883 (part), 12884-87 



TWENTY-FIFTH DISTRICT 

SHERWOOD L. BOEHLERT, Republican, of New Hartford, NY; born in Utica, Sep- 
tember 28, 1936; graduated from Roosevelt School, Utica; Whitesboro Central High 
School; and Utica College, A.B., 1961; served in the U.S. Army, 1956-58; Wyandotte 
Chemicals Corp., 1961-64; 1964-72, chief of staff for Congressman Alexander Pirnie; 
1973-79, chief of staff for Congressman Donald J. Mitchell; past president, Administrative 
Assistants Association, U.S. House of Representatives; elected 1979, Oneida County Ex- 
ecutive; member: board of directors, Utica College Foundation, St. John The Evangelist 
Church, New Hartford; Utica College Alumni Achievement Award, Special Service Ci- 
tation from the American Society of Military Engineers, the Distinguished Service 
Award from the Council on the Disabled, Man of the Year Award Mohawk Valley Eco- 
nomic Development District; married to the former Marianne Willey, four children; 
elected on November 2, 1982 to the 98th Congress; reelected to each succeding Congress; 



NEW YORK 102d Congress 225 

member: Committee on Science, Space, and Technology; Committee on Public Works 
^ TrTisnortation. 



Transportation. 



Office Listings 



1127 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3225 225-3665 

Administrative Assistant. Dan Costello 

Executive Secretary. Dorothy W Vagnozzi. 

Legislative Director. Paul G. Mackert. 
Alexander Pirnie Federal Office Building, Room 200, 10 Broad Street, Utica, 

NY 13501 (315) 793-8146 

District Director. Randy Wilcox. 



Chenango County: City of Norwich and towns of Afton, Bainbndge, Columbus, Coventry, German, Greene, 
Guilford, Lincklaen, McDonough, New Berlin, North Norwich, Norwich, Otselic, Oxford, Pharsalia, Pitcher, 
Plymouth, Preston, Sherburne, Snuthville, and Smyrna. CORTLAND COUNTY: City of Cortland and towns of 
Cincinnatus, Cortlandville, Cuyler, Freetown, Harford, Homer, Lapeer, Marathon, Preble, Scott, Solon, Taylor, 
Truxton, Virgil, and Willet. DELAWARE COUNTY: Towns of Davenport, Delhi, Franklin, Hamden, Harpersfield, 
Kortright, Masonville, Meredith, Middletown, Roxbury, Sidney, Stamford, Tompkins, and Walton. MADISON 
COUNTY City of Oneida and towns of Georgetown and Lebanon. MONTGOMERY COUNTY: Towns of Amsterdam, 
Canajoharie, Charleston, Glen, Minden, Mohawk, Palatine, Root, and St. Johnsville. ONEIDA COUNTY: Cities of 
Rome, Sherrill, Utica, and towns of Augusta, Boonville, Bridgewater, Deerfield, Floyd, Forestport, Kirkland, 
Marcy, Marshall, New Hartford, Paris, Remsen, Sangerfield, Steuben, Trenton, Vernon, Westmoreland, and 
Whitestown. OTSEGO COUNTY: City of Oneonta and towns of Burlington, Butternuts, Cherry Valley, Decatur, 
Edmeston, Exeter, Hartwick, Laurens, Maryland, Middlefield, Milford, Moms, New Lisbon, Oneonta, Otego, 
Otsego, Pittsfield, Plamfield, Richfield, Roseboom, Springfield, Unadilla, Westford, and Worchester. SCHOHARIE 
COUNTY Towns of Blenheim, Broome, Carlisle, Cobleskill, Conesville, Esperance, Fulton, Gilboa, Jefferson, 
Middleburgh, Richmondville, Schohane, Seward, Sharon, Summit, and Wright. TOMPKINS COUNTY: Towns of 
Dryden, Groton, and Lansing. Population (1980), 515,146. 

ZIP Codes: 12010 (part), 12016, 12023 (part), 12031, 12035-36, 12043, 12053 (part), 12064, 12066 (part), 12068, 12070- 
73, 12076, 12086 (part), 12092-93, 12099, 12113, 12116, 12122, 12131, 12149, 12155, 12157, 12160, 12166-67, 12175, 
12177, 12187, 12194 (part), 12197, 12406 (part), 12421, 12430, 12434, 12438, 12445, 12455 (part), 12459, 12465 (part), 
12468 (part), 12469 (part), 12474, 13032 (part), 13O40, 13045 (bart), 13050 (part), 13052 (part), 13053 (part), 13055- 
, .v 13073 (part), 13077 (part), 130e " ' ~ 



so, 13062, 13068, 13072 (part), 13073 (part), 13077 (part), 13087, 13101-02, 13124, 13129, 13136, 13141 (part), 13155, 
13158, 13159 (part), 13301, 13304 (part). 13308 (part), 13309 (part), 13315, 13317-21, 13322 (part), 13323, 13326, 
13328, 13332 (part), 13333, 13334 (part), 13335, 13337, 13338 (part), 13339 (part), 13341-42, 13346 (part), 13348-49, 
13352, 13354 (part), 13361 (part), 13362, 13402 (part), 13403, 13409 (part), 13410-11, 13413 (part), 13415, 13416 
(part), 13417-18, 13421 (part), 13424, 13425 (part), 13428-29, 13431 (part), 13435, 13438 (part), 13439 (part), 13440 
(part), 13441, 13450, 13452 (part), 13455, 13456 (part), 13457, 13459, 13460 (part), 13461, 13464, 13465 (part), 13466, 
L3468-69, 13475 (part), 13476 (part), 13477, 13478 (part), 13479-80, 13482, 13485 (part), 13487-88, 13490, 13491 
, 13492, 13494-95, 13501 (part), 13502-05, 13730 (part), 13733, 13738-41, 13746 (part), 13747, 13750-51, 13752 



, , 

, 13753, 13756 (part), 13757-58, 13775-76, 13778 (part), 13780, 13782 (part), 13784-86, 13787 (part), 13788-89, 
13796, 13801, 13803 (part), 13804, 13806-10, 13813 (part), 13814-15, 13820, 13825, 13830, 1383V13834, 13838 
(part), 13839. 13841 (part), 13842-44, 13846, 13849, 13856 (part), 13859-61, 13862 (part), 13863, 14850 (part), 14882, 
14886 (part) 



TWENTY-SIXTH DISTRICT 

DAVID O'B. MARTIN, Republican, of Canton, NY; born in St. Lawrence County, 
NY, April 26, 1944; attended public schools of Colton and Canton, NY; graduated, Hugh 
C. Williams High School, Canton, NY, 1962; B.B.A., University of Notre Dame, Notre 
Dame, IN, 1966; J.D., Albany Law School, Albany, NY, 1973; U.S. Marine Corps, 1966- 
70; lawyer; admitted to the New York State Bar in 1974 and commenced practice in 
Canton; elected St. Lawrence County Board of Legislators, 1973, reelected 1975; elected 
New York State Assembly, 1976, reelected 1978; member: American Legion; Elks; 
Marine Corps League; VFW; St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church; three children: Victo- 
ria Anne, Kelly Shaw, and Julia O'Brien; elected to the 97th Congress, November 4, 
1980; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

442 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3226 225-4611 

Administrative Assistant/Staff Director. Gary R. Brick. 

Personal/Aministrative Secretary. Donna M. Bell. 
E.J. Noble Medical Center Building, Canton, NY 13617 (315) 379-9611 

Counties: Clinton, Essex, Franklin, Fulton, Hamilton, Herkimer, Jefferson, Lewis, and St. Lawrence. Population 
(1980), 516,196. 



226 Congressional Directory NEW YORK 

ZIP Code* 12025 (part), 12032, 12078, 12086 (part), 12095. 12108 12117 12134, 12139, 12164, 12190, 12812, 12836 




3367168 13^; 13406^07 13412, lT413(part), 13416 (part), 13420, 13431 (part), 13433, 13436, 13437 (part), 1348 
Cnart) 13439<Sirt), 13452 (part) 13454,13456 (part), 13470, 13471 (part), 13472-73, 13475 (part), 13489 <pS 
ffiSr <{$; lS3 i (part). 13501 (part). 13601-03:13605 (part), 13606-28, 13630-43, 13645-60, 13661 (part), Sgj; 
13664-88, 13690-98 



TWENTY-SEVENTH DISTRICT 

JAMES T. WALSH, Republican, of Syracuse, NY; born in Syracuse, Onondaga 
County, NY, June 19, 1947; son of U.S. Representative William F. Walsh; attended St. 
Patrick's School, Syracuse, NY; graduated, Christian Brothers Academy, Syracuse, 1966; 
B.A., St. Bonaventure Univeritys, Olean, NY, 1970; marketing executive; president, Syra- 
cuse Common Council; member: Syracuse Board of Estimate; Board of Trustees of Erie 
Canal Museum, Advisory Council of the Catholic Schools Drug-Free Schools and Com- 
munities Consortium, Valley Men's Club, South Side Businessmen's Club, Nine Mile Re- 
publican Club, Onondaga Anglers Association, Oneida Lake Association, Otisco Lake As- 
sociation; married to the former Diane Elizabeth Ryan, 1974; three children: James (Jed), 
12, Benjamin, 9, and Maureen, 5; elected on November 8, 1988 to the 101st Congress; 
reelected to the 102d Congress on November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

1238 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3227 225-3701 

Administrative Assistant. Art Jutton. 

Scheduler. Mary Foti. 

Legislative Assistant Martha Carmen. 
P.O. Box 7306, Syracuse, NY 13261 (315) 423-5657 

District Representative. John McGuire. 
205 South Peterboro Street, Canastota, NY 13032 (315) 697-8414 



Madison County: Towns of Brookfield, Cazenovia, De Ruyter, Eaton, Fenner, Hamilton, Lenox. Lincoln, Madison, 
Nelson, Smithfield, Stockbndge. and Sullivan. ONONDAGA COUNTY: Towns of Camillus, Cicero, Clay, De Witt, 
Elbridge, Fabius, Geddes, LaFayette, Lysander, Manlius, Marcellus, Onondaga, Otisco, Pompey, Salina, Skanea- 
teles, Spafford, Tully, and Van Buren; city of Syracuse; and the Onondaga Indian Reservation. Population (1980), 
515,627 

ZIP Codes: 13020, 13027-31, 13032 (part), 13035, 13037, 13039, 13041 (part), 13043, 13050 (part), 13051, 13052 (part), 
3057, 13060-61, 13063, 13066, 13072 (part), 13077 (part), 13078, 13080, 13082, 13084-85713088-90, 13094, 13104 
M 2?* A 311 ?' 13112 131I6> 13119 - 20 ' l3122 ' 13125,13133 (part), 13134, 13135 (part) 13137-38 13141 (part), 
' 13201-15, 13217, 13219-21, 13224, 13244, 13250, 13252, 13260, 13310, 13313-14, 



, , , , , , , , , , 

' l3346 fr" 1 *' l3355 ' 13364 ' 13402 <Part), 13408 ' I 3409 <!>*). 13 *21 (P^). I 342 * (part), 
13432, 13434, 13460 (part), 13465 (part), 13484. 13485 (part), 13491 (part) 



TWENTY-EIGHTH DISTRICT 

MATTHEW F. McHUGH, Democrat, of Ithaca, NY; born in Philadelphia, PA, D* 
cember 6, 1938; son of Peter and Margaret McHugh; attended St. Thomas Aquinas 
School, Brooklyn, NY; graduated, Brooklyn Technical High School, 1956; B.S., Mount 
St. Mary s College, Emmitsburg, MD, 1960, student body president; J.D., Villanova Law 
School, 1963, law review editor; admitted, New York State Bar, 1964; commenced prac- 
tice in New York City with the law firm of Donovan Leisure Newton & Irvine; 1966, 
partner in Ithaca law firm of O'Connor, McHugh, Sovocool, Sovocool & Pfann; appoint- 
ed, Ithaca city prosecutor, 1968; elected, Tompkins County District Attorney, 1969-72; 
returned to private practice in 1972; president-elect, Tompkins County Chamber of Com- 
merC . 2* *^ V ?^ Dc'npcratic Party, served on State and county committees; 
member; New York State and Tompkins County Bar Associations; Immaculate Concep- 
Uon Roman Cathohc Church; married to the former Eileen Alanna Higgins, 1963; three 
cMdren: Alanna, Kelh, and Meg; elected to the 94th Congress, November 5, 1974, and 
SSf^PA ^1? su cceeduig Congress; served as freshman class treasurer and vice chair- 
man of the House Democratic class of 1974; chairman: Democratic Study Group, 1982- 



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84; Arms Control and Foreign Policy Caucus, 1984-87; member, Permanent Select Com- 
mittee on Intelligence, 1985-90, and chairman of Subcommittee on Legislation, 1988-90- 
Appropriations Committee; serves on Subcommittee on Rural Development, Agriculture 
and Related Agencies and Subcommittee on Foreign Operations; member, Committee on 
Standards of Official Conduct; Select Committee on Children, Youth and Families- 
Democratic Steering and Policy Committee. ' 

Office Listings 

2335 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3228. . 225-6335 

Administrative Assistant. Thomas Parkhurst. 

Legislative Assistants: Gary Bombardier; Susan Warner. 

Press Secretary. Gabriel Kajeckas. 

100-A Federal Building, Binghamton, NY 13902 (607) 723-4425 

Carriage House-Terrace Hill, Ithaca, NY 14850 (607) 273-1388 

291 Wall Street; Kingston, NY 12401 ( 914 ) 331-4462 



Broome County: Towns of Barker, Binghamton, Chenango, Colesville, Conklm, Dickinson, Fenton Kirkwood Lisle 
Maine, Nanticoke, Sanford, Triangle, Union, Vestal, and Windsor; city of Binghamton DELAWARE COUNTY. 
Towns of Andes, Bovina, Colchester, Deposit, and Hancock. SULLIVAN COUNTY: Towns of Callicoon, Fallsburg 
Fremont, Liberty, Neversmk, and Rockland TIOOA COUNTY: Towns of Barton, Berkshire, Candor, Newark 
Valley, Nichols, Owego, Richford, Spencer, and Tioga. TOMPKINS COUNTY: Towns of Caroline, Danby, Ithaca, 
and Ulysses, city of Ithaca. ULSTER COUNTY: Towns of Denning, Esopus, Gardiner, Hardenburgh, Hurley, 
Kingston, Lloyd, Marbletown, Marlborough, New Paltz, Olive, Plattekill, Rochester, Rosendale Saugerties, 
Shandaken, Shawangunk, Ulster, Wawarsing, and Woodstock; city of Kingston. Population (1980) 516,808. 

ZIP Codes: 12401, 12404, 12406 (part), 12409-12, 12416-17. 12419-20, 12426, 12428-29, 12432-33, 12435, 12440-41, 
12443, 12446, 12448-49, 12453, 12455 (part), 12456-58, 12461-62, 12464, 12465 (part), 12466, 12471-72, 12475, 
12477, 12480 (part), 12481, 12484, 12486-87, 12489-91, 12493-95, 12498, 12515, 12525, 12528, 12542 (part), 12547- 
48, 12561, 12566 (part), 12568, 12588, 12589 (part), 12723 (part), 12724-25, 12733, 12734 (part), 12736, 12738 (part), 
12740-41, 12747, 12748 (part), 12753-54, 12758-60, 12763, 12765-68, 12776 (part), 1277$ 12783 (part). 12787-89, 
12791, 13053 (part), 13730 (part), 13731-32, 13734, 13736-37, 13742-45, 13746 (part), 13748-49, 13752 (part), 13754- 
55, 13756 (part), 13760, 13774, 13777, 13778 (part), 13782 (part), 13783, 13787 (part), 13790, 13794-95, 13797, 13802, 
13803 (part), 13811-12, 13813 (part), 13826-27, 13833, 13835-37, 13838 (partVl3840 (part), 13841 (part), 13845, 
13847-48, 13850-51, 13856 (part), 13862 (part), 13864-65, 13900-05, 14817, 14850 (part), 14851-53, 14859 (part), 
14881, 14883 (part), 14889 (part), 14892 (part) ^^ 



TWENTY-NINTH DISTRICT 

FRANK HORTON, Republican, of Rochester, NY; born in Cuero, TX, December 12, 
1919; graduate of Louisiana State University, 1941, B.A., and Cornell University Law 
School, 1947 LL.B.; married Nancy Richmond Flood of Rochester, NY; two sons 
(former marriage): Frank and Steven (Lt. Comdr., USN); entered active duty with U.S. 
Army, June 1941, as second lieutenant and released to inactive duty, August 1945, as 
major; service in North Africa and Italy from November 1942 to August 1945; member, 
Order of the Coif; Phi Kappa Phi; Monroe County, New York State, and American Bar 
Associations; Veterans of Foreign Wars; American Legion; master, Seneca Lodge No. 
920, F. & A.M., 1962; president, Masonic Service Bureau, 1955-56; director, Masonic 
Service Bureau; member, Rochester Consistory, Scottish Rite; Damascus Temple, Shrine; 
Hamilton Chapter No, 62, R.A.M.; Doric Council No. 19, R. & S.M.; Monroe Comman- 
dery No. 12, Knights Templar; 33d Degree Mason; past president, Federation of Bar As- 
sociations of Western New York; secretary, Rochester Bar Association 1953-57; District 
of Columbia Bar Association, 1978- ; former partner, Johnson, Reif & Mullan law firm; 
elder and trustee, Central Presbyterian Church; member, Legislative Committee of Roch- 
ester Presbytery and New York Synod; active in Civil Defense and Boy Scout work; 
former president, Rochester Community Baseball, Inc.; former executive vice president of 
International Baseball League and attorney for the league; member, Rochester City Coun- 
cil, 1955-61; founding member of National Republican Task Force on the Aging; 
member, House Republican Task Force on Earth Resources and Population, 91st Con- 
gress; member of Monroe County Health Council Committee on Inner-City Health Prob- 
lems; member, U.S.-Canada Interparliamentry Group; represented House of Representa- 
tives at dedication of Israeli Knesset, summer 1966; guest of Ditchley Foundation at Con- 
ference on Anglo-American Affairs, England, January 1967; inspection tour of U.S mili- 
tary installations in Southeast Asia as member of Military Operations Subcommittee of 
Government Operations, January 1968; guest of Ditchley Foundation at Conference on 
International Economic and Monetary Problems, England, January 1972; investigative 
mission to Europe, Near East, and South Asia for the Cabinet Committee on Internation- 



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NEW YORK 



al Narcotics Control, December 1972; Republican Task Force on International Economic 
Policy, 1973; chairman of the Commission on Federal Paperwork, 1975-77; member, 
Joint Committee on Atomic Energy; vice chairman, Committee on Government Oper- 
ations, 1973 to present; Post Office and Civil Service Committee, 1985 to present; co- 
chairman, Northeast-Midwest Congressional Coalition; House Auto Task Force, 1980; 
Congressional Tourism and Travel Caucus, 1980; ranking minority member, Interagency 
Task Force on Preparations for the U.N. Conference on New and Renewable Sources of 
Energy; President's Advisory Commission on Federalism, 1982-84; North Atlantic As- 
sembly, member 1981-present; chairman, New York Bipartisan Congressional Delegation 
1989-present; dean, New York Congressional Republican Delegation; Committee on 
Committees; elected to the 88th Congress, November 6, 1962; reelected to each succeed- 
ing Congress. 

Office Listings 

2108 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3229 225-4916 

Administrative Assistant/Chief of Staff. Ruby G. Moy. FAX: 225-5909 

Minority Staff/Committee on Government Operations. Donald Up son. 
Executive Assistant. Jeff Kellmanson. 
Legislative Director. Philip Boyle. 

314 Kenneth B. Keating Federal Building, Rochester, NY 14614 (716) 454-7490 

307 Metcalf Plaza, 144 Genesee Street, Auburn, NY 13021 (315) 255-1125 

104 West Utica Street, Oswego, NY 13126 (315) 342-5516 

Wayne County Courthouse, 26 Church Street, Lyons, NY 14489 (315) 946-5996 



Cayuga County: Towns of Aurelius, Brutus, Cato, Conquest, Fleming, Genoa, Ira, Led yard, Locke, Mentz, Montezu- 
ma, Moravia, Niles, Owasco, Scipio, Sempronius, Sennett, Spnngport, Sterling, Summerhill, Throop, Venice, 
Victory, and the city of Auburn MONROE COUNTY: Towns of Brighton, Pen field, and Webster. ROCHESTER CITY- 
That part beginning at a point where Crossfield Road intersects Norton Street, thence easterly along Norton Street 
to the city limit, along the city limit to Costich Road, along said road to Culver Road, along said road to Master 
Street, along said street to the city limit, southerly and westerly along the city limit to Clinton Avenue South, 
along said avenue to Fountain Street, along said street to Avon Place, along said place to Field Street, along said 
street to Interstate Highway 490, along said highway to Monroe Avenue, along said avenue to Inner Loop 
Interstate Highway 490, northeasterly along said highway to East Avenue, along said avenue to Alexander Street, 
along said street to West Main Street, along said street to Inner Loop Interstate Highway 490, northwesterly along 
said highway to North Street, along said street to Hudson Avenue, along said avenue to Herman Street, along said 
street to Thomas Street, along said street to Hixson Street, along said street to Mana Street, along said street to 
Clifford Avenue, along said avenue to Hudson Avenue, along said avenue to the city limit, easterly along the city 
limit to Crossfield Road, along said road to a point where Crossfield Road intersects Norton Street, the point of 
beginning. ONEIDA COUNTY: Towns of Annsville, Ava, Camden, Florence, Lee, Verona, Vienna, and Western. 
OSWEGO COUNTY: Towns of Albion, Amboy, Boylston, Constantia, Oranby, Hannibal, Hastings, Mexico, Minetto, 
New Haven, Orwell, Oswego, Palermo, Parish, Redfield, Richland, Sandy Creek, Schroeppel, Scriba, Volney, 
West Monroe, and Williamstown. Cities of Fulton and Oswego. SENECA COUNTY: Towns of Covert, Fayette, 
Juntas, Lodi, Ovid, Romulus, Seneca Falls, Tyre, Varick, Waterloo, and that portion of the city of Geneva situated 
therein. WAYNE COUNTY: Towns of Arcadia, Butler, Galen, Huron, Lyons, Macedon, Marion, Ontario, Palmyra, 
Rose, Savannah, Sodus, Walworth, Williamson, and Wolcott. Population (1980), 516,928. 



S d ?5^l? a $fc 2 ?' x 13024 ' 13026 ' !3033-34, 13036, 13041 (part), 13042, 13044, 13O45 (part), 13054, 13064-65, 
13069, 13071, 13073 (part), 13074, 13076, 13081, 13083, 13092:53, 13103, 13107, 13111, 13113-15, 13117-18, 13121, 



*,-v*VuU-^' 13130 ~ 32 . I 3 * 33 (part), 13135 (part), 13139-40, 13142-48, 13150, 13154, 13156-57, 13160-62, 13165- 
67, 13302-03, 13308 (part), 13309 (part), 1331$ rpart), 13354 (part), 13363, 13401, 13419, 13426, 13437 (part), 13440 
$"$' \y&\ ^PflSl 5 347 x < ? art) * 13478 ty*")' * 3483 ' 13486 ' 13489 <P*rt> 13493 (Par*)* 13661 (P^), 13840 (part), 
5U! 3 *' \tK?: i 4444 (p ? rt) ' 14449 ' i^^O^art), 14456 (part), 14465, 14489 (part), R502 (part), f4505, 14513 (part), 
i& i 1 ^ 1 ?"?^ 4 ? 6 ^^ l4532 &**> 14538 ' ^41-42, 14551, 14554-55, 14563, 14568, 14580, 145818-90, 
ijSJ JlSf/"^ AS^/ 14 *? 5 9*?*^ 1 1 607 (part >' 14608 ( P art > 14609 (Pt). 14610, 14614 (part), 14617 (part), 
14618, 14620 (part), 14621 (part), 14625, 14692 (part), 14847 (part), 14860. 14^86 (part) ' 



THIRTIETH DISTRICT 

LOUISE MclNTOSH SLAUGHTER, Democrat, of Fairport, NY; born in Harlan 
County, KY, August 14, 1929; graduated from University of Kentucky with a B,S. in 
Bacteriology; .masters' degree in Public Health; elected to Monroe County legislature, 
two terms, 1976-79; elected to New York State Assembly, two terms, 1982-86; Woman 
of the Year, 1987, Rochester Women's Political Caucus; married to Robert Slaughter; 
tiiree daughters; two grandchildren; elected 100th Congress, November 4, 1986; reelected 
November 8, 1988; reelected November 6, 1990; majority whip at-large; member: Com- 
mittee on Rules; Committee on the Budget; Select Committee on Aging. 



NEW YORK 102d Congress 229 

Office Listings 

1424 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3230 

Administrative Assistant. Elaine Ryan. 

Legislative Director. Thomas Bantle. 

Press Secretary. Mike Kiernan. 
Federal Building, Room 311, Rochester, NY 14614 

Special Assistant. Chris Rumfola. 
216 East Main, Batavia, NY 14020 (716) 343-2524 



Genesee County. Livingston County: Towns and villages of Avon, Caledonia, and Lima and town of York 
COUNTY Northwest section of the city of Rochester and central area of the city largesljTL 
River, and towns of Chili, Clarkson, Greece, Haralin, Hennetta, Irondequoit, Mendon, Pann^nr 

S^^ 



ZIP Codes: 14001 (part), 14003, 14004 (part), 14005, 14011 (part), 14013 (part) 14020 14O36 (cart) 14040 foarrt 
14054, 14056, 14058 (part), 14105 (part), 14125 (part), 1414:3, 14414, 144l5H&ttX 14420 fekri) ^422-2? 14424 
(part), 14425 g^^^ 28 ^^.! 4430 - 31 ' 1443 * (Part). 14443, 14444 (partf, 14V57l445C^art)7 14453! 14464 



THIRTY-FIRST DISTRICT 

BILL PAXON, Republican, of Williamsville, NY; born in Buffalo, NY, April 29, 1954; 
attended Akron Central Elementary, NY; graduated, St. Joseph's Collegiate Institute, 
Buffalo, NY, 1968; B.A., Canisius College, Buffalo, NY, 1977; Erie County legislator, 
1978-82; elected to New York State Assembly, 1982-88; member: St. Joseph's Collegiate 
Institute Board of Directors, Erie County Farm Bureau, Akron Lion's Club, Erie County 
Judges and Police Executive Conference, Greater Buffalo, Alden and Akron Chambers of 
Commerce, Canisius College Alumni; elected on November 8, 1988 to the 101st Con- 
gress; reelected to the 102d Congress. 

Office Listings 

1314 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3231 225-5265 

Administrative Assistant. Maria Cino. FAX: 225-5910 

Appointment Secretary. Ginger Miller. 

Legislative Director. David Marventano. 

Press Secretary. Michael Zabel. 

5500 Main Street, WilliamsvUle, NY 14221 (716) 634-2324 

184 Buffalo Street, Hamburg, NY 14075 (716) 648-7023 

Ontario County Courthouse, North Main Street, Canandaigua, NY, 14424 (716) 394-1423 



Cattaraugus County: Towns of Ashford, Freedom, Otto, Persia, and Yorkshire, and that portion of the Cattaraugus 
Indian Reservation situated herein. ERIE COUNTY: Towns of Alden, Amherst, Aurora, Boston, Brant, Clarence, 
Golden, Collins, Concord, Eden, Elma, Evans, Hamburg, Holland, Manila, Newstead, North Collins, Orchard 
Park, Sardinia, Wales, and West Seneca, and that portion of the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation situated herein, 
and that portion of the Tonawanda Indian Reservation situated herein. LIVINGSTON COUNTY: Towns of Conesus, 
Ceneseo, Oroveland, Leicester, Livonia, Mount Morris, North Dansville, Nunda, Ossian, Portage, Sparta, Spring- 
water, and West Sparta. ONTARIO COUNTY: Towns of Bristol, Canadice, Canandaigua, Geneva, Gotham, Naples, 
Phelps, Richmond, Seneca, South Bristol; city of Canandaigua, and that portion of the city of Geneva situated 
herein. WYOMING COUNTY: Towns of Arcade, Attica, Bennington, Castile, Covington, Eagle, Gainesville, Genesee 
Falls, Java, Middlebury, Orangeville, Perry, Pike, Sheldon, Warsaw, and Wethersfield. Population (1980), 515,021. 

ZIP Codes: 14001 (part), 14004 (part), 14O06, 14009-10, 14011 (part), 14024-25, 14O27, 14030-31, 14O32 (part), 14033- 
35, 14036 (part), 14037, 14039, 14040 (part), 14O42 (part), 14047, 14O51-52, 14055, 14057, 14059, 14061, 14O65 (part), 
14066, 14069, 14070 (part), 14075, 14079-80, 14081 (part), 14082-83, 14085, 14086 (part), 14091, 14101 (part), 14102 
(part), 14110-13, 14120 (part), 14127, 14130, 14133-34, 14139-41, 14145, 14150 (part), 14165-67, 14169-70, 14171 
(part), 14173, 14207 (part), 14210 (part), 14219 (part), 14221, 14224, 14226 (part), 14228, 14424 (part), 14425 (part), 
14427, 14432 (part), 14435, 14437 (part), 14454, 14456 (part), 14461-63, 14466, 14469, 14471, 14480-81, 14487-88. 
14489 (part), 14510, 14512 (part), 14513 (part), 14517-18, 14525 (part), 14530 (part), 14532 (part), 14533, 14536 
(part), 14537, 14540, 14544 (part), 14545, 14547, 14549-50, 14556, 14558, 14560, 14561 (part), 14562, 14565, 14569, 
14572 (part), 14584, 14591 (part), 14616 (part), 14719 (part), 14729, 14766 



230 Congressional Directory NEW YORK 

THIRTY-SECOND DISTRICT 

JOHN J. LAFALCE, Democrat, of Tonawanda, NY; born in Buffalo, October 6 1939. 
graduated from Canisius High School, Canisius College, B.S. 1961, Villanova Law 
School, J.D. 1964; captain, U.S. Army, 1965-67; law clerk, Office of General Counsel 
Department of the Navy, 1963; former lecturer on law, George Washington University' 
1965-66; practiced law in Buffalo; member, New York State Senate, 1971-72; member 
New York State Assembly, 1973-74; elected to 94th Congress, November 5, 1974- re- 
elected to each succeeding Congress; chairman, House Committee on Small Business- 
member, House Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs; married Patricia 
Fisher, 1979. 

Office Listings 

2367 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3232 225-3231 

Administrative Assistant. Robert Walker. 

Communications Director. Gary A. Luczak. 

Legislative Assistant. Susan Lubick. 

Main U.S. Post Office, 615 Main Street, Niagara Falls, NY 14302 (716) 284-9976 

Federal Building, 111 West Huron Street, Buffalo, NY 14202 (716) 846-4056 

Federal Building, 100 State Street, Rochester, NY 14614 (716) 263-6424 



(northwest New York State bordered, in part, by the Niagara River and Lake Ontario) COUNTIES: Niagara and 
Orleans. ERIE COUNTY- City and town of Tonawanda and city of Buffalo (north-central portion consisting of 
approximately 20,000 constituents) MONROE COUNTY: Towns of Gates, Ogden, and Sweden; Rochester (west and 
southwest portion consisting of approximately 60,000 constituents). Population (1980), 516,535. 



.. 14008, 14012, 14028, 14032 (part), 14058 (part), 14O67, 14O92, 14O94, 14098, 14103, 14105 
20 (part), 14125 (part), 14126, 14131-32, 14144, 14150 (part), 14151, 14172, 14174, 14207 (part) 
14216 (part), 14217, 14223, 14301-05, 14410-11, 14416 (part), 14420 (part), 14428 (part), 14429, 

n* /kart). If* (part)' 14476 (P*rt), 14477, 14479, 14490, 14508, 14514 (part), 14559 (part), 14571, 

14608 (part), 14611, 14614 (part), 14619 (part), 14624 (part) 



THIRTY-THIRD DISTRICT 

io?* ENRY J ' NOWAK Democrat-Liberal, of Buffalo, NY; born in Buffalo, February 21, 
1935; graduated, Riverside High School, Buffalo; graduated Canisius College, 1953-57, 
B.A., accounting; graduated University of Buffalo Law School, 1958-61; commissioned 
second lieutenant, U.S. Army, 1957-58, served as armor officer, discharged, August 1962, 
with the rank of captaui; admitted to practice law as attorney and counsel in Fourth Judi- 
cial Department, April 2, 1962; January 1, 1964, appointed assistant district attorney and 
served until December 31, 1964; member, House Committee on Public Works and Trans- 
portation and chairman, Subcommittee on Water Resources; member House Committee 
?? iSS 106 ' Sp ?S and Tech nology; married to the former Rose Santa Lucia, November 
I ii?I ; W cl H ldren: ? iane ^ Henrv Joseph; elected to the 94th Congress, November 
5, 1974; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2240 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3233 225-3306 

Administrative Assistant. Ronald J. Maselka. FAX- 225-3523 

Legislative Director. Helen C. Burton. 

Executive Assistant. E. Plummet Oodby 
Room 212, U.S. Courthouse, Buffalo, NY 14202 . . (7 16 ) 853-4131 

District Representative. James F. Schmidt. O^-I-AJI 



^^S 1 ?*?*** 29 north^entral election districts) and Lackawanna; towns of Grand 
Lancaster, and villages of Depew and Sloan. Population (1980), 516,392. 

14211 - 215 > 1421 <P*rt>> W218, 14220, 14222, 14225, 14227, 14026, 14043, 14072, 



NEW YORK 102d Congress 231 

THIRTY-FOURTH DISTRICT 

AMO HOUGHTON, Republican, of Coming, NY; born in Corning on August 7, 1926; 
grandson of former Congressman Alanson B. Houghton of New York; attended Corning 
Free Academy, NY; graduated, St. Paul's School, Concord, NH; B.A., Harvard Universi- 
ty Cambridge, MA, 1950; M.A., Harvard Business School, 1952; honorary doctoral de- 
grees: Alfred University, NY, 1963; Albion College, MI, 1964; Centre College, Danville, 
KY 1966; Clarkson College of Technology, Potsdam, NY, 1968; Elmira College, NY, 
1982; Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY, 1983; Houghton College, NY, 1983; St. Bonaven- 
ture University, NY, 1987; served in the U.S. Marine Corps, 1945-46; executive officer, 
Corning Glass Works, Corning, NY, 1951-86; member: Grace Commission, Business 
Council of New York State, Business Advisory Commission for Governor of New York, 
Labor-Industry Coalition for International Trade, Corning Chamber of Commerce, Cor- 
ning Rotary Club; trustee, Brookings Institution; married to Priscilla Dewey Houghton; 
elected to the 100th Congress on November 4, 1986; reelected to each succeeding Con- 



Office Listings 

1216 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3234 225-3161 

Administrative Assistant. Thomas H. Lederer. FAX: 225-5574 

Office Manager. Vickie M. Austin. 

Legislative Director. Marijo Gorney. 

32 Denison Parkway West, Corning, NY 14830 (607) 937-3333 

Federal Building, Room 122, Jamestown, NY 14701 (716) 484-0252 

Westgate Plaza, West State Street, Olean, NY 14760 (716) 372-2127 

District Representative. Brian Fitzpatnck. 



Counties: Chemung, Schuyler, Steuben, and Yates ALLEOANY COUNTY: All, including the Oil Springs Indian 
Reservation CATTARAUGUS COUNTY. All, except the towns of Ashford, Freedom, Otto, Persia, and Yorkshire; 
Secludes thTAUegany Indian Reservation and the Oil Springs Reservation CHAUTAUQUA COUNTY: All, 
mdudmg the Cattarauius Indian Reservation. TOMPKINS COUNTY: Towns of Enfield and Newfield. Population 
(1980), 517,322. 

M\w*l<*^ 14845-46, 14847 (part), 14850 (part), 14854-58, 14859 (part), ,4861 
11863-65, 14867174, 1487^-80, 14883 (part), 14884-85, 14886 (part), 14887-88, 14889 (part), 14890-91, 14892 (part), 
14893-98, 14900-05 



232 Congressional Directory NORTH CAROLINA 

NORTH CAROLINA 

(Population, 1980 census, 5,881,766) 

SENATORS 

JESSE HELMS, Republican, of Raleigh, NC; born in Monroe, NC, October 18, 1921; 
attended Wingate College and Wake Forest College; U.S. Navy, 1942-45; former city 
editor, Raleigh Times; administrative assistant to U.S. Senator Willis Smith, 1951-53, and 
to U.S. Senator Alton Lennon, 1953; executive director, North Carolina Bankers Associa- 
tion, 1953-60; executive vice president, WRAL-TV and Tobacco Radio Network, 1960- 
72; member: Raleigh City Council and chairman of Law and Finance Committee, 1957- 
61; deacon and Sunday School teacher, Hayes Barton Baptist Church, Raleigh; recipient 
of two Freedoms Foundation awards for radio-television editorials; recipient of annual 
citizenship awards from North Carolina American Legion, North Carolina Veterans of 
Foreign Wars, and Raleigh Exchange Club; recipient of Outstanding Service Award of 
the Council Against Communist Aggression; the Richard Henry Lee Award; and the 
Order of Lafayette Freedom Award; trustee, MeredithCollege, John F. Kennedy College, 
and the Delaware Law School; former trustee of Campbell College and Wingate College; 
president, Raleigh Rotary Club, 1969-70; 33 Mason, Grand Orator, Grand Lodge of 
Masons of North Carolina, 1964-65, 1982, 1991; member, board of directors, North Caro- 
lina Cerebral Palsy Hospital; member, board of directors of Camp Willow Run, a youth 
camp for Christ at Littleton, NC; married Dorothy Jane Coble of Raleigh, October 31, 
1942; three children: Jane (Mrs. Charles R. Knox), Nancy (Mrs. John C. Stuart), and 
Charles; seven grandchildren; elected to the U.S. Senate, November 7, 1972, for the term 
ending January 3, 1979; reelected in 1978, 1984, and 1990. 

Office Listings 

403 Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-3301 224-6342 

Administrative Assistant. A. Clinton Fuller. FAX: 224-1376 

Personal Secretary. Patricia H. Devine. 
Old Century Post Office, P.O. Box 2888, Fayetteville Street, Raleigh, NC 

27602 (919)856-4630 

Staff Director. Frances P. Jones. 
Post Office Building, P.O. Box 2944, Hickory, NC 28603 (704) 322-5170 

Staff Director. Josephine R. Murray. 



TERRY SANFORD, Democrat, of Durham, NC; born in Laurinburg, NC, August 20, 
1917; attended Presbyterian Junior College; A.B., University of North Carolina, Chapel 
Hill, 1939; J.D., University of North Carolina, 1946; special agent, Federal Bureau of In- 
vestigation, 1941-42; parachute infantry, U.S. Army (serving in the European Theatre) 
1942-45, discharged as a first lieutenant; awarded Combat Infantryman's Badge, Bronze 
Star, Purple Heart, and a Presidential Unit Citation as a member of the 517th Parachute 
Infantry Combat Team; North Carolina National Guard, 1948-60; assistant director, Insti- 
tute of Government, University North Carolina Chapel Hill, 1946-48; attorney at law and 
partner, Sanford, Phillips, McCoy and Weaver in Fayetteville, NC, 1948-60; attorney at 
law and partner, Sanford, Adams, McCullough and Beard in Raleigh. NC and Washing- 
tn^ 1 ^?' 19 ? 5 ~ 86 ; North Carolina State Senator, 1953-55; Governor of North Carolina, 
1901-65: ranked 1 of the 10 best American Governors of this century by a study at Har- 
vard University; president of Duke University, 1969-85; 26 honorary degrees; former 
trustee of Howard University, Methodist College, Berea College, University of North 
Carolina, Shaw University; former member of the Board of Visitors at Chowan College, 
Davidson College, GuUford College, Appalachian State University, Wake Forest Univer- 
sity (chairman, 1969-70), North Carolina Community College Advisory Council: former 
member, Advisory Committee of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and Internation- 
^Affau^ at Princeton University, 1967-70; member, North Carolina State Bar since 1946, 
District of Columbia Bar since 1979, American Bar Association, North Carolina Bar As- 
sociation, American Judicature Society; member and secretary-treasurer North Carolina 
btate Ports Authority, 1950-53; cochairman, Citizens Committee for Government Reor- 
ganization, 1971-73; trusty Citizens Conference on State Legislatures, 1965-71; chair- 
S^l^^^iQ^?? 11 YoUn Political Leaders, 1976-86; chairman, Center for Na- 
tional Policy, 1981-82; a founder, Education Commission of the States, 1966; founder, 



NORTH CAROLINA 102d Congress 233 

Southern Growth Policies Board, 1971; president, Urban American, Inc., 1968-69; direc- 
tor, National Urban League, 1972-75; chairman, North Carolina Association of Independ- 
ent Colleges and Universities, 1978-80; chairman, National Council of Independent Col- 
leges and Universities, 1971-73; chairman, Association of American Universities, 1969-85- 
director, Children's Home Society, 1956, 1966-70; director, Children's TV Workshop! 
1970-75; member, Carnegie Commission on Educational Television, 1965-67; trustee, Na- 
tional Council on Crime and Delinquency, 1969-87; director, American Arbitration Asso- 
ciation, 1966-74; chairman, North Carolina Rhodes Scholars Selection Committee, 1970- 
72; member: National Humanities Center Board of Trustees, 1976-present; Council on 
Foreign Relations, 1981 -present; Arts Council of America Board of Directors, 1965-70- 
member, North Carolina Zoological Authority Advisory Board, 1970-present; American 
Legion, Amvets, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge; Masons, 
Rotary Club; chairman, Democratic Charter Commission, 1972-74; national chairman, 
Citizens for Humphrey-Muskie, 1968; Author of: "But What About the People?" 1966, 
"Storm Over the States," 1967, "A Danger of Democracy," 1981; religious affiliation: 
United Methodist; married Margaret Rose Knight of Hopkinsville, KY on July 4, 1942; 
two children: Elizabeth Knight Sanford and Terry Sanford, Jr.; two grandchildren; elect- 
ed to the U.S. Senate on November 4, 1986 for the unexpired term of Senator John East 
(term ending in January 1987), and for the term ending in January 1993. 

Office Listings 

716 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-3304 224-3154 

Administrative Assistant. Sam Poole. 

Executive Assistant. Christy Russell. 

Legislative Director. Jennifer Hillman. 

Press Secretary. Ken Friedlein. 

P.O. Box 2137, Asheville, NC 28802 (704) 251-0767 

Suite 212, 401 West Trade Street, Charlotte, NC 28212 (704) 371-6800 

Suite 204, 2418 Blue Ridge Road, Raleigh, NC 27607 (919) 856-4401 



REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 

WALTER B. JONES, Democrat, of Farmville, NC; born in Fayetteville, NC, August 
19, 1913; attended Fayetteville public schools and Elise Academy, Hemp, NC; graduated 
from North Carolina State University, B.S. degree, 1934; engaged in office supply busi- 
ness, 1934-49; mayor of Farmville, 1949-53; representative in North Carolina General As- 
sembly 1955, 1957, and 1959; North Carolina State senator, 1965; member: Elks, Rotary, 
and Moose Clubs, Masonic Order, Scottish Rite 32d degree, and Shriner; North Carolina 
State University Athletic Council; chosen Farmville's Man of the Year, 1955; member 
and former Deacon of First Baptist Church, Farmville; married to the former Doris Long 
(deceased), of Edenton, NC; married to Elizabeth Fischer, of Washington, DC; one 
daughter, Mrs. Dot Dee Slaughter, and one son, Walter B. Jones II; elected to 89th Con- 
gress in special election February 5, 1966, to fill vacancy caused by the death of Herbert 
C. Bonner; reelected to each succeeding Congress; chairman, Committee on Merchant 
Marine and Fisheries; member, Committee on Agriculture. 

Office Listings 

241 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3301 225-3101 

Administrative Assistant. Floyd J. Lupton. 

Personal Secretary. Gloria F. Curry. 

Press Secretary. Nancy D. Fish. 
108 East Wilson Street, Farmville, NC 27828 (919) 753-3082 

District Representative. D. Wayne Harris. 



Counties: Beaufort, Bertie, Camden, Carteret, Chowan, Craven, Currituck, Dare, Gates, Greene, Hertford, Hyde, 
Lcnoir, Martin, Northampton, PamUco, Pasquotank, Perquimans, Pitt, Tyrrell, and Washington (21 counties). 
Population (1980), 536,219. 

ZIP Codes: 27805-06, 27808, 27810-12, 27814,. 27817-18, 27820-21, 27824-28, 27829 (part), 27831 (part), 27832-33, 
27834 (part), 27835-38, 27840-41, 27843 (part), 27845-47, 27848 (part), 27852 (part), 27853-55, 27857-58, 27859 
(part), 27860-62, 27863 (part), 27865-67, 27869, 27871-72, 27874 (part), 27875-77, 27879, 27883 (part), 27884-85, 



234 Congressional Directory NORTH CAROLINA 

27886 taut) 27888 (part), 27889, 27892, 27897, 27909-10, 27915-17, 27919-32, 27935-39, 27941-44, 27946-50. 
279^5427956-^), 27962; 27964^70. 27972-74, 27976, 27978-83, 27985-86, 28501-02, 28509-13, 28Slsll* 2ttS 
20 28523-24 28525 (part)728527-33, 28537-38, 28551 (part), 28552-54, 28556-57, 28560-61, 28562 (part), 28570-71 
28572 <part);'28573, $575 28577, 28578 (part), 28579-^28584 (part), 28585-87, 28589-90, 28594 W " 1 ' 2857 " 71 ' 



SECOND DISTRICT 

TIM VALENTINE, Democrat, of Nashville, NC; born in Nashville on March 15, 
1926; attended Nashville Elementary School; graduated, Nashville High School, 1943; 
A.B., the Citadel, Charleston, SC, 1948; LL.B., University of North Carolina, Chapel 
Hill, NC, 1952; attorney, admitted to the North Carolina Bar in 1952 and commenced 
practice in Nashville; served in the U.S. Air Force, 1944-46; elected to North Carolina 
House of Representatives, 1955-60; legal advisor to Governor, 1965; legislative counsel to 
Governor, 1967; chairman, North Carolina Democratic Executive Committee, 1966-68; 
member: Morning Star Lodge No. 85, A.F.&A.M., Nashville, NC; Nashville Baptist 
Church [past deacon and now trustee]; American Legion; North Carolina Bar Associa- 
tion; Seventh Judicial District Bar Association; Nash-Edgecombe Bar Association [past 
president]; American Bar Association; North Carolina Academy of Trial Lawyers; past 
member, North Carolina Courts Commission; Science, Space and Technology Subcom- 
mittees: chairman, Science, Research and Technology; Energy, Research and Develop- 
ment, and Natural Resources, Agriculture Research and Environment; Public Works and 
Transportation Subcommittees: Aviation, Surface Transportation; married Barbara Reyn- 
olds Valentine, 1987; four children: Stephen, Mark, Philip, and Beth; three stepchildren: 
Mark, Vaughn, and Bryan; elected on November 2, 1982 to the 98th Congress; reelected 
to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

1510 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3302 225-4531 

Administrative Assistant. Edward C. Nagy. FAX: 225-1539 

Personal Secretary. Patricia A. Lawrence. 

Press Secretary. Benjamin A. Finzel. 
522 South Duke Street, Durham, NC 27707 (919) 541-5201 

District Administrative Assistant. A.B. Swindell IV 
Suite 100, 120 North Franklin Street, Unit I, Rocky Mount, NC 27801 (919) 446-1147 



: Caswell, Durham, Edgecombe, Granville, Halifax, Johnston (O'Neals Township), Nash, Person, Vance, 
Warren, and Wilson. Population (1980), 536,162. 

ZIP Code* 27212, 27215 (part), 27249 (part), 27278 (part), 27291, 27302 (part), 27305, 27311 (part), 27314-15, 27320 
(part), 27326 (part), 27343, 27379, 27503, 27507, 27509, 27514 (part), 27522 (part), 27525 (part), 27536 (part), 27541, 
27542 (part), 27544, 27551 (part), 27553, 27556-57, 27563-65, 27570, 27572 (part), 27573, 27581-84727586-87, 
27589, 27594, 27596, 27597 (part), 27700-03, 27704 (part), 27705-06, 27707 (part)T27708, 27709 (part), 27712, 27713 
(part). 27717, 27801-04, 27^7, 27809, 27813, 27816727819, 27822-23, 27829 (part), 27830 $art), 27834 (part), 
27839, 27842, 27843 (part), 27844 (part), 27848 (part), 27849-50, 27851 (part), 27852 (part), 27856, 27859 (part), 
27|64, 27868, 27870, 27873, 27874 (part), 27878, 27880-82, 27883 (part), 27886 (part), 27887, 27888 (part), 2789b-91, 



THIRD DISTRICT 

H. MARTIN LANCASTER, Democrat, of Goldsboro, NC: born in Patetown Com- 
munity, March 24, 1943; attended Pikeville School, NC; graduated, Pikeville High 
School, NC, 1961; A.B., University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1965; J.D., University 
of North Carolina Law School, Chapel Hill, 1967; served hi the U.S. Navy, lieutenant, 
1967-70; serves in U.S. Naval Reserve, commander, 1970-87; attorney; admitted to the 
North Carolina Bar in 1967 and was Staff Judge Advocate on U.S.S. Hancock, 1968-70; 
commenced law practice in Goldsboro, 1970; served in the North Carolina House of Rep- 
resentatives, 1978-86; chairman, highway safety committee, 1981-83; chairman, judiciary 
S? m ^ ait ^f' 1983-86; chairman: North Carolina Arts Council, 1977-81; Wayne County 
Pubhc Library Trustees, 1978-79; Goldsboro/Wayne Bicentennial Commission, 1974-76; 
Wayne Chapter of American Red Cross, 1978-79; deacon, First Presbyterian Church, 
1972-75; elder, First Presbyterian Church, 1980-87; member: Mason, Shriner, Elks, 
Wayne County Historical Society, Wayne County Bar Association, Eighth Judicial Dis- 



NORTH CAROLINA 



102d Congress 235 

trict Bar Association, North Carolina Bar Association, Board of Governors of North 
Carolina Bar Association, American Bar Association, N.C. Academy of Trial Lawyers, 
Association of Trial Lawyers of America, Kiwanis Club, Advisory Board of Z. Smith 
Reynolds Foundation; awards: 1987 4-H Club National Alumnus of the Year Award; 
1986 4-H Club North Carolina Alumnus of the Year Award; 1985 Special Award, Gov- 
^rnor's Advocacy Council for Persons with Disabilities; 1985 Valand Award (Mental 
Health Association of North Carolina); 1983 Wayne County Great American Family 
Award (National Finalist); 1978 and 1980 Outstanding Reserve Judge Advocate of the 
Year CTactical Air Command); 1977 Distinguished Service Award (Goldsboro Jaycees); 
married to the former Alice Matheny, 1975; two children: Ashley Elizabeth and Mary 
Martin- elected to the 100th Congress, November 4, 1986; reelected to each succeeding 
Congress; serves on Committee on Armed Services, Committee on Small Business, and 
Committee on Agriculture. 



Office Listings 

225-3415 



1417 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3303 
Administrative Assistant. Charles R. Rawls. 
Director of Legislation. Susan N. Carr, 



e Street, Ooldsboro, NC 27530 ..... (919) 73^1844 

District Administrative Assistant. D. Warren Hepler. 



wood and Little River Precincts. Population (1980), 535,906. 
(part) 



FOURTH DISTRICT 

Naffi'Snittee, 1981-82; executive dtactor.North Q* .^nocraUc ?^ 

succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 
1406 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3304 225-1784 

Administrative Assistant. Gene Conn. rjfx ~ 

Executive Assistant. Don DeArmon. 

Legislative Director. Paul Feldman. (919> S56 _ 46 n 

Suite 330, 225 Hfflsborough Street, Raleigh, NC 27603 V" 

District Manager. Joan Ewing. 77514 (919) 967-8500 

Suite 202, 1777 Chtpel HiU-Durham B^evard, Chapel Hill, NC 27514........... ^ 26 _ 3060 

Federal Building, Suite 101, Asheboro, NC 27203 v ' 



236 Congressional Directory NORTH CAROLINA 

Counties: Chatham, Franklin, Orange, Randolph, and Wake (5 counties) Population (1980), 533,580 

ZIP Codes: 27203-04, 27207, 27208 (part), 27213, 27228, 27230-32, 27233 (part), 27234, 27239 (part), 27243 27248 
27252 (part), 27256, 27260 (part), 27263, 27278 (part), 27283 (part), 27298 (part), 27302 (part), 27312 (part), 27313 
(part), 27316, 27317 (part), 27325 (part), 27330 (part), 27341 (part), 27344 (part), 27349 (part), 27350, 27355 27360 
Ort) 27370 27371 (part/, 275O2, 27508, 27510-13, 27514 (part), 27515-16, 27519, 27520 {part), 27522 (part), 
27525 (part). 27526 (part), 27529 (part), 27536 (part), 27540, 27545, 27549, 27559-60, 27562, 27571, 57572 
27591 (part), 27592 (part), 27597 (part), 27600-12, 27614-15, 27619-20, 27622, 27624, 27626-29, 27636, 
27658, 27661, 27704 (part), 27707 (part), 27709 (part), 27713 (part), 27844 (part) 



FIFTH DISTRICT 

STEPHEN L. NEAL, Democrat, of Winston-Salem, NC; born in Winston-Salem, No- 
vember 7, 1934; educated in North Carolina, California, and Hawaii (A.B. in psychology); 
previous occupations: newspaper publisher, mortgage banker; chairman, Subcommittee on 
Domestic Monetary Policy of Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs; Pres- 
byterian; married to the former Rachel Landis Miller, June 13, 1963; two children: Mary 
Piper and Stephen Lybrook Neal, Jr.; elected to 94th Congress, November 5, 1974, re- 
elected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2463 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3305 225-2071 

Administrative Assistant. Robert E. Wrigley. 

Executive Assistant. June H. Hunnicutt. 

Legislative Director. Corky Collins. 
421 Federal Building, Winston-Salem, NC 27101 (919) 631-5125 

District Administrative Assistant. Jim Phillips. 



Counties: Alexander, Allegheny, Ashe, Forsyth, Rockingham, Stokes, Surry, and Wilkes (8 counties). Population 

ZIP Codes: 27007, 27009-10, 27011 (part), 27012 (part), 27014 (part), 27016-17, 27018 (part), 27019, 27020 (part), 
27021-25, 27027, 27030-31, 27040-43, 27045-53, 27100-06, 27107 (part), 27108-09, 27113-17, 27214 (part), 2724 
272 f? JP^J' 2726 (P* 11 )' 27284 (P**)' 27285 ' 27288 ' 273U (part). 2732 (Part), 27323, 27326 (part), 27357 

: ^m^SS^^^^^S^^ES&K 3SJSS 

^^<2%vsg$&s%igsp-' n ' 28672 ' 28675 - 7 - 2w77 *-* 2M78 *-* M681 ** 



SIXTH DISTRICT 

iJ? OWARD COBIJE Republican, of Greensboro, NC; born in Greensboro, March 18, 
1931; attended the public schools of Guilford County, NC; attended Appalachian State 
University, Boone, NC, 1949-50; A.B., history, Guilford College, Greensboro, NC, 1958; 
J.D., University of North Carolina School of Law, Chapel Hill, NC, 1962; enlisted in 
U.S. Coast Guard as a seaman recruit, 1952; active duty from 1952-56 and 1977-78; re- 
serve duty from 1960-82; presently holds rank of captain; last reserve duty assignment, 
comrnanding officer U.S. Coast Guard Reserve Unit, Wilmington, NC; attorney; passed 
State Bar, 1966; field claim representative and superintendent, auto insurance, 1961-67; 
elected to North Carolina House of Representives, 1969; assistant U.S. attorney, Middle 
District of North Carolina, 1969-73; Commissioner (secretary), North Carolina Depart- 
ment of Revenue, 1973-77; elected to North Carolina House of Representatives, 1979-83; 
practiced law with law firm of Turner, Enochs & Sparrow, Greensboro, NC, 1979-84; 
member: Alamance Presbyterian Church; American Legion- Veterans of Foreign Wars of 
the United ^States; Lions Club; Greensboro Bar Association; North Carolina Bar Associa- 
North Carolina State Bar; North Carolina State cochairman, American Legislative 
ancre Council 1983-84; elected to 99th Congress on November 6, 1984; reelected to 



NORTH CAROLINA 102d Congress 237 

Office Listings 

430 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3306 225-3065 

Administrative Assistant/Press Secretary Ed McDonald. 

Legislative Director. Blame Merritt. 

Executive Assistant Rochelle Goldman. 
P.O. Box 299, Greensboro, NC 27402 (919) 333-5005 

Office Manager. Chris Beaman. 

510 Ferndale Boulevard, High Point, NC 27262 (919) 886-5106 

P.O Box 814, Graham, NC 27253 (919) 229-0159 

P.O. Box 1813, Lexington, NC 27293 (704) 249-7011 



Counties: Alamance, Davidson, and Guilford (3 counties) Population (1980), 529,635 

ZIP Codes: 27012 (part), 27107 (part), 27201-02, 27214 (part), 27215 (part), 27216, 27233 (part). 27235, 27239 (part), 
27244 (part), 27249 (part), 27253. 27258, 27260 (part), 27262, 27264, 27282, 27283 (part), 27284 (part), 27292-93, 
27298 (part), 27299, 27301, 27302 (part), 27310, 27312 (part), 27313 (part), 27317 (part), 27320 (part), 27340, 27342, 
27344 (part), 27349 (part), 2*7351, 27357 (part), 27358 (part), 27359, 27360 (part), 27373-74, 27377, 27400-10, 27415- 
17, 27419-20, 27425, 27429, 28127 (part) 



SEVENTH DISTRICT 

CHARLIE ROSE, Democrat, of Fayetteville, NC; born in Fayetteville, Cumberland 
County, NC, August 10, 1939; educated at Haymount School, Fayetteville, NC; graduat- 
ed from Fayetteville Senior High School, 1957; A.B., Davidson College, Davidson, NC, 
1961; LL.B., University of North Carolina Law School, 1964; lawyer; admitted to the 
bar, 1964, began practice hi Raleigh, NC; chief district court prosecutor for the 12th Judi- 
cial District, 1967-70; one son, Charles G., 4th, two daughters, Sara Louise and Kelly 
Josephine; elected to the 93d Congress, November 7, 1972; reelected to each succeeding 
Congress; member of House Agriculture Committee, chairman of Subcommittee on To- 
bacco and Peanuts; chairman, Committee on House Administration, chairman, Joint Com- 
mittee on Printing; chairman, House Recording Studio; chairman, Speaker's Special Com- 
mittee on Broadcasting; president of North Atlantic Assembly; married to former Joan 
Teague, of Winston-Salem, NC. 

Office Listings 

2230 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3307 225-2731 

Administrative Assistant. Andrea Turner-Scott. FAX: 225-2470 

Caseworker. Vivian Lipford. 

Legislative Director. Keith Pitts. 

Personal Assistant. Robin Garwood Sterling. 

218 Federal Building, Fayetteville, NC 28301 (919) 323-0260 

208 Post Office Building, Wilmington, NC 28401 (919) 343-4959 

Counties: Brunswick, Columbus, Cumberland, New Hanover, and Robeson (5 counties). Population (1980), 539,055. 

ZIP Codes- 28301 (part), 28302-03, 28304 (part), 28305, 28306 (part), 28307-09, 28311, 28318 (part), 28319, 28320 
Opart) 28331, 28334(Sart); 28 340, 28342, 28344 (part), 28348,^8356 (part), 28357 (part), 28358-59, 28362, 28364 
\ 28369 28371 (fart). 28372, 28375728377 (ptrt), 28378, 28382 (part), 28383, 28384 (part) 28386 fcart), 28390 
i 28391 28395 28397 28399 (part) 28401-02728403 (part), 28404, 28405 (part), 28406-07, 28420, 28422, 28423 
> 28424; 28428-32, 2^33 <par5! ^8434^^), 28436, 28438 (part), 28439, &441 (part), 28442, 28449-52, 28455, 

: / _*\ 1 0,4 en to A /it .1 OOATO ">aATO_ah 



&'(part)/28459, 28461-63, 



EIGHTH DISTRICT 

W.G. (BILL) HEFNER, Democrat, of Concord, NC; born in Elora, TN, April 11, 
1930; professional career: president, radio station WRKB; member, North Kannapolis 
Baptist Church; wife's name, Nancy; two children: Stacye and Shelly; elected to the 94th 
Congress, November 5, 1974; reelected to each succeeding Congress; member of Appro- 
priations Committee* member, Defense Appropriations Subcommittee; chairman, House 



238 Congressional Directory 



NORTH CAROLINA 



Appropriations Subcommittee on Military Construction; Congressional Textile Ca 
Democratic Study Group; appointed deputy whip for the 100th Congress and earS ' 
ceeding Congress. ' cn suc ' 



Office Listings 

2161 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3308 

Administrative Assistant. Bill McEwen. 'FAX- 

Legislative Director: Irene Schecter. *' 

Executive Assistant. Maddie L. Preston. 

P.O. Box 385, 101 South Union Street, Concord, NC 28026 f70<tt _ 

P.O. Box 4220, 507 West Innes Street, Salisbury, NC 28144 '" (704) 636^5? 

P.O. Box 1503, 230 East Franklin Street, Rockingham, NC 28379 (9i9) 997 

P.O. Box 372, Cartharge, NC 28327 * fa " 

District Administrator J. Elvm Jackson. v 



Counties: Anson, Cabarrus, Davie, Hoke, Montgomery, Richmond, Rowan, Scotland. Stanlv and 
COUNTY: Townships of Bensalem, Sheffields, McNeiUs, Sand HiH, and Mineral Spnng YAolTiN 
part not contained in the Ninth District. Population (1980), 535,526. *pnng r ADKIN 



S^815^&5W55^^ 

?_ 7 ?lf 22!! fr-* 232* ??l-??. ??oo7. 28009. igtS. uSS&SKt i7306 ' 27325 fMrtl - 27M1 *-" 



t), 28078 i . _ 



NINTH DISTRICT 



w ! Ubl , 1Cai ;' rt ? 95 a r 1 <>"e, NC; born in Charlotte, May 9, 1932; 
v. P ^ ? cho< ? ls ' ^l?- 46 ' graduated, Woodberry Forest School, VA 
c i ry ' l { m i V Q e ^ lt L 0f North Carolina ^apel Hill 1950-54; U.S. Army 
^ i ,f ge "iV ^^Se; graduate work, M.B.AV Darden School, University 
Charlpttesvjlle, 1956-58; officer, Ruddick Corp., 1976-77; president, Harris- 
bodmr^ 6 ^- 1977 "^ Mecklenburg County Board of Comrnis P siSner^ 1972^74; 
board member and chairman, Mecklenburg Board of Social Services, 1974-77- vice chair- 
3 *^^^ Board of Educitio^ S?t 

?^f Iiblirg Broadcastin e Authority (WTVI), Charlotte's public 
; ( ? airman ' two major divisions and board member, United 
iV7 h 3 ?III ? lt p ^ ni f committee and director, Charlotte Speech 
i ^" J du 5 ctor - Charlotte-Mecklenburg Arts and Science Coluncil, 

board and rganizer and president, Spirit Square, 1975-83; president, alumn^ 

executi y. e comniittee, Darden School, University of Virginia, 






Office Listings 



401 DC 205 1S -3309 



(704) 372-1976 

, Lincolnton, NC ^28092 \".."""!.,"."."" * 



NORTH CAROLINA 102d Congress 239 

d Mecklenburg. YADKIN COUNTY: Townships of Buck Shoals and Deep Creek. 



5 (part), 28126, 28130, 28134, i 64 (part) 28166 

97 ' 28299> 28634 cprtx 28636 fr"** 2 & 




TENTH DISTRICT 

CASS BALLHNGER, Republican, of Hickory, NC; born in Hickory, December 6, 
1926; attended Oakwood Elementary school, Hickory; graduated, Episcopal High School, 
Alexandria, VA, 1944; attended University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1944-45; B.A., 
Amherst College, MA, 1948; served in U.S. Naval Air Corps, Aviation Cadet, 1944-Us- 
founder and president, Plastic Packaging, Inc.; served, North Carolina House of Repre- 
sentatives, 1974-76; served, North Carolina Senate, 1976-86; member: Catawba County 
Board of Commissioners, Advisory Budget Commission, White House Advisory Commit- 
tee, Community Ridge Day Care Center, Hickory Rotary Club, Hickory United Fund, 
Lenoir-Rhyne College Board of Development, Salvation Army Board of Directors, Flor- 
ence Crittenton Home Board of Directors, Greater Hickory Chamber of Commerce (di- 
rector); sustaining member, North Carolina School of the Arts; patron: North Carolina 
Symphony, North Carolina Arts Society; married to the former Donna Davis, 1952; three 
children: Lucinda Ballenger-Brinkley, Melissa Ballenger Jordan, and Davis Ballenger 
Weaver; two grandsons: Matthew Jordan and William Eriksen Jordan; elected to the 99th 
Congress, November 4, 1986, to complete the unexpired term of James Broyhill; reelected 
to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

218 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3310 225-2576 

Administrative Assistant. Patrick M. Murphy. FAX: 225-0316 

Legislative Director. Ashley E. McArthur. 

Executive Assistant. Stephanie Bridges. 
P.O. Box 1830, Hickory, NC 28603 (704) 327-6100 

District Director. Tommy Luckadoo. 
P.O. Box 976, Gastonia, NC 28045 (704) 864-9922 



Counties: Burke, Caldwell, Catawba, Cleveland, Gaston, and Watauga. AVERY COUNTY: That part not contained in 
the Eleventh District. Population (1980), 532,954. 

ZIP Codes: 28006 (part), 28012, 28016-17, 28020 (part), 28021 (part), 28032, 28033 (part), 28034, 28038, 28O40 (part), 



28042, 28052-54, 28073, 28O77, 28080 (part), 28086, 28089, 28090 (part), 28092 (part), 28098, 28101, 28114 (part), 

. . _ ^r. , , , , v 28169, 28601 (part), 28602, 28603 (part), 28604-05, 

v , , . , _ . . !624 (part), 28626 (part), 28628, 28630, 28636 (part), 

28637-38, 28641, 28645 (part), 28647-48, 28650 (part), 28653, 28655, 28657 (part), 28658, 28661-62, 28666-67, 



28120, 28136, M150 (part), 28 151,_ 28164 (part^28168^art), J28169, 2860^(part), 28602,_2860^(part)^286( 
17, 286O9- 



28606 (part), 28607, 28609-14, 28618 (part), 28619, 28622, 28624 (part), 28626 (part), 28628, 28630, 28636 (part), 

28637-38, 28641, 28645 (part), 28647-48, 28650 (part), 28653, 28655, 28657 (part), 2865P 

28671, 28673, 28679, 28681 (part), 28682, 28684 (part). 28686, 28690-92, 28698, 28761 (part) 



ELEVENTH DISTRICT 

CHARLES H. TAYLOR, Republican, of Brevard, NC; born in Brevard, on January 
23, 1941; graduated from Brevard High School; B.A., Wake Forest University, 1963; 
J.D., Wake Forest University, 1966; tree farmer; member: North Carolina Board of 
Transportation; North Carolina Energy Policy Council; vice chairman, Western North 
Carolina Environmental Council; chairman, North Carolina Parks and Recreation Coun- 
cil; member, North Carolina State House, 1967-73; minority leader, 1969-73; North Caro- 
lina State senator and minority leader, 1973-75; married to the former Elizabeth Owen; 
three children: Owen, Bryan, Charles Robert, elected to the 102d Congress on November 
6, 1990; committee assignments: House Republican Research Committee; vice chairman, 
Energy Task Force; co-chairman, Financial Institution Task Force; Committee on Interi- 
or and Insular Affairs; Subcommittee on National Parks and Public Lands; Subcommittee 
on Energy and the Environment; Subcommittee on Water, Power and Offshore Energy 



240 Congressional Directory NORTH CAROLINA 

Resources- Committee on Public Works and Transportation; Subcommittee on Water Re- 
sources; Subcommitee on Surface Transportation; Select Committee on Aging. 

Office Listings 

516 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3311 225-6401 

Administrative Assistant. Roger France FAX: 225-0519 

Office Manager. Gay Johnson. 

Press Secretary. Doug Bassett. 
Suite 330, 22 South Pack Square, Asheville, NC 28801 (704) 254-1988 

District Director. Bruce Briggs. 



Counties: Buncombe, Cherokee, Clay, Graham, Haywood, Henderson, Jackson, McDowell, Macon, Madison, Mitch- 
ell, Polk, Rutherford, Swain, Transylvania, and Yancey. AVERY COUNTY. Townships of Altamont, Roanng Creek, 
Ingails, Spear, Plumtree, and Toe River. Population (1980), 531,144, 

ZIP Codes: 28018-19, 28020 (part), 28024, 28040 (part), 28043, 28074, 28076, 28114 (part), 28139, 28150 (part), 28160, 
28167, 28616, 28646, 2865? 28657 (part), 28664, 28701-43, 28745-58, 28760, 28761 (part), 28762-63, 28765-66, 
28768 28770^84, 28786-90, 28793, 28800-07, 28810, 28812-16, 28901-06, 28908, 28909 (part), 30559 (part) 



NORTH DAKOTA 102d Congress 241 

NORTH DAKOTA 

(Population, 1980 census, 652,695) 

SENATORS 

OUENTIN N. BURDICK, Democrat, endorsed by North Dakota Democrat-NPL, of 
FarffO ND; born Munich, ND, June 19, 1908; public school education; B.A. and LL.B. 
decrees University of Minnesota; lawyer; member: Church of Christ, Eagles, Elks, 
Masons* Boy Scouts, Sigma Nu Fraternity; married to Jocelyn Birch Peterson, July 7, 
I960- children: Jonathan, Jan (Mrs. Glenn Hill), Jennifer, Jessica, Leslie, Birch and Gage 
^deceased)- elected to 86th Congress, November 4, 1958; elected to the U.S. Senate, June 
28 I960 to fill out the unexpired term of 4Vfe years of the late Senator William Langer; 
reflected to full 6-year term November 3, 1964; reelected November 3, 1970, November 
2 1976, November 2, 1982, and November 8, 1988; chairman, Environment and Public 
Works Committee; chairman, Appropriations, Agriculture, and Rural Development Sub- 
committee- member, Special Committee on Aging; member, Select Committee on Indian 
Affairs and Rural Health Caucus (cofounder). 

Office Listings 

511 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-3401 224-2551 

AdmhiistVative Assistant.-Mary Wakefield. FAX: 224-1 193 

Press Secretary. Jean D. Brodshaug. 

Office Manager. Jean R. Johnson. 

Personal Secretary. Geraldine Gaginis. 

PO EOT 2057 Bismarck, ND 58501 (701) 255-2553 

Room 266, 657 Second Avenue N., Fargo, ND 58102 (701) 237-4000 

108 Federal Building, Grand Forks, ND 58201 (701) 746-1014 

319 Federal Building, 100 1st Streei SW., Minot, ND 58701 (701) 852-4503 



KENT CONRAD, Democrat, of Bismarck, ND; born in Bismarck on March 12, 1948; 
attended Roosevelt School, Bismarck; graduated Wheelus High School, Tripoli, Libya, 
^tttendeTuniversity of Missouri, Columbia, 1967; B.A. Stanford University, CA, 
1971 : M B A., George Washington University, Washington, DC, 1975; assistant to tax 
commissioAer, Bismarck, 1974-80; director, Management Planning and Personnel, North 
Dakota Tax Department, March 1980-December 1980; tax commissioner, State of North 
Dakota, 1981-8% married in February 1987 to Lucy Calautti; one child I by former mar- 
ria* Jessamyn Abigail; elected to the U.S. Senate on November 4, 1986; member: Agn- 
SuUure, Nutrition and Forestry, Budget, and the Energy and Natural Resources Commit- 
tees, Select Committee on Indian Affairs. 

Office Listings 

361 Dirksen Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-3403 ??t? 

Chief of Staff.-David Haring. FAX: 224-77 76 

Legislative Director. Mary Eccles. ri -> D - 2Z4-*7 iu 

i^TS^ Rosser, Bismarck, ND 58501 (701) 258-4648 

^** Fourth Street, Grand Forks, ND ^ ^^ 

Fa^^ m 58102 <> gfcSg 

Suite 105, 100 First Street SW., Minot, ND 58701 (701) 852-0703 



REPRESENTATIVE 

AT LARGE 

BYRON L DORGAN, Democrat, of Bismarck, ND; born in Dickinson, ND, May 14, 
Ti * ;~i pi.2,t Wicrh School 1961* B.S., University of North Dakota, 1965; 

Commissioner, 1969-80, the 



242 Congressional Directory NORTH DAKOTA 

only elected State tax commissioner in the Nation; received 80 percent of the vote in 
1976 tax commissioner reelection bid; chairman, multi-State Tax Commission, 1972-74- 
executive committee member, National Association of Tax Administrators, 1972-75- se- 
lected by the Washington Monthly as one of the outstanding State officials in the United 
States, 1975; chosen by one of North Dakota's leading newspapers as the one individual 
with the greatest influence on State government, 1977; elected to Congress, 1980; elected 
president of Democratic freshman class during first term; reelected, 1982 with 72* percent 
of the vote; reelected to Congress in 1984 with 78.5 percent, setting three election records 
in North Dakota largest vote ever received by a statewide candidate, largest vote by a 
U.S. House candidate and largest majority by U.S. House candidate; his 242,000 votes in 
1984 were the most received anywhere in the Nation by an opposed House candidate; 
served on three congressional committees during first term in Congress: Agriculture' 
Small Business, and Veterans Affairs; named to the Ways and Means Committee, January 
1983; called the real successor to Bill Langer and the State's most exciting office holder 
in generations, by the 1983 Book of America; 1990 New York Times editorial said, "Mr 
Dorgan sets an example for political statesmanship;" named to Select Committee on 
Hunger in 1985; chairman, International Task Force on Select Committee on Hunger- 
four children; Scott, Shelly, Brendan, and Haley; reelected in 1988 with 71 percent of the 
votes; reelected again in 1990. 

Office Listings 

203 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3401 225-2611 

Administrative Assistant. Susan Brophy. FAX. 225-9436 

Legislative Director. Douglas Norell. 

Press Assistant. Marc Kimball. 

358 Federal Building, Bismarck, ND 58502 (701) 250-4618 

112 Roberts Street, Fargo, ND 58017 (JQ\\ 239-5389 

Field Coordinator. Kevin R. Carvell. 



? 1 5fi ? 4 tSE5ft 5?2 s 55 >art) * 5726 *"*> 5727 <?**> 5743 (Pt>. 57<* 2 (part), 57634 (part), 
Cpa f ) '<5Si? 1 " 18 ' 5802 - 21 > 58023-24. 58027, 58029, 58030 Opart), 58031, 58032 
?^ 8042 "" 43 ' 58045-49, 58051-52, 58053 (part), 58054, 58056-65, 58067-69, 
ll, 1 ??" 03 ' 581 5 ' 58107-09, 58201-02, 58205-06, 58210, 58212-16, 58218-20 
70 ?&S )i .f5i2 1 'SS?!, 5 ?? - * 1 ' 58243 - 46 ' 58248-51, 58253-62, 58264-67, 58269-70, 58271 
"" ~ U ' 58M3 ' 58315-25, 58327-33, 58335, 58337-39, 58341-46, 58348, 58351- 

f 8379 - 82 - 58384-86, 58401-O2, 58411-12, 58413 (part). 58415-18 58420- 
StJfttJ 58447 - 48 ' 58450-52, 58454-56, 58458, 58460-61, 58463-67, 58469, 

sw - 58501-02, 58504-05, 58520-21, 58523-24, 58523-33, 53535, 53537-38, 53540- 

&1^^^7 f S^^'SS'SkS 5 / 58 ^ 58568 - 73 ' 58575-77, 58579-81, 58601-02, 58620-22, 58623 (part), 
58725*5872? ^ Jui !*&. 5 ?L (l ^ t) U 58638 " 47 ' 58649 " 5 7, 58701-02, 58704, 58710-16, 58718, 58720-23, 
' *^'* 5 * 752 > 58 755-63, 58765, 58768-73, 58775-76, 58778-79, 58781-85, 

' 58835 . 58838, 58843^5, 58847, 58849-50, 58852-56, 59221 (p^rt), 59270 



OHIO 102d Congress 243 

OHIO 

(Population, 1980 census, 10,797,633) 

SENATORS 

JOHN GLENN, Democrat, of Columbus, OH; born in Cambridge, OH, July 18, 1921; 
graduated New Concord (OH) High School, 1939; B.S., Muskingum College; military: 
U.S. Marine Corps, colonel (retired), 1942-65; combat World War II and Korean war 
(awards and decorations); NASA astronaut, 1959-65, first American to orbit the Earth 
[Friendship 7, 1962]; member, board of trustees, Muskingum College; business, vice presi- 
dent, Royal Crown, 1966-68; president, Royal Crown International, 1967-69; board of di- 
rectors, Questor Corp., 1970-74; member, numerous United States and international avia- 
tion, aeronautic, and scientific organizations; religion: Presbyterian (elder); married to the 
former Anna Margaret Castor, 1942; two children: David and Lyn; elected to the U.S. 
Senate, November 5, 1974, for the term ending January 3, 1981; reelected November 4, 
1980; reelected November 4, 1986, for the term ending January 3, 1993. 

Office Listings 

503 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-3501 224-3353 

Administrative Assistant. Mary Jane Veno. 

Executive Assistant. Celia Gainer. 

Legislative Director. Ron Grimes. 

Room 600, 200 North High Street, Columbus, OH 43215 (614) 469-6697 

Courthouse Building, 201 Superior Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44114 (216) 522-7095 

Federal Building, Suite 10407, 550 Main Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202 (513) 684-3265 



HOWARD M. METZENBAUM, Democrat, of Lyndhurst, OH; born in Cleveland, 
OH, June 4, 1917; B.A., Ohio State University, 1939; LL.D., Ohio State University 
School of Law, 1941; Ohio House of Representatives, 1943-46; Ohio State Senate, 1947- 
50; campaign manager for Senator Stephen M. Young (D.-OH) in 1958 and 1964; founder, 
Metzenbaum, Gaines, Finley & Stern Co., L.P.A.; cofounder and chairman of the board, 
Airport Parking Co. of America, (APCOA) which merged with International Telephone 
& Telegraph Corp. and became ITT Consumer Services Corp.; chairman of the board, 
ComCorp, Inc., a chain of suburban newspapers; married to the former Shirley Turoff, 
August 8, 1946; four daughters: Barbara (Mrs. John Sherwood), Susan (Mrs. Joel Hyatt), 
Shelley (Mrs. Steven Kelman), and Amy; board member, American Cancer Society 
(Cleveland); Cystic Fibrosis; Northern Ohio Children's Performing Music Foundation, 
Inc. (The Singing Angels); fellow, Brandeis University; Democratic nominee for the U.S. 
Senate, 1970; appointed U.S. Senator, January 4, 1974, to fill the vacancy created by the 
resignation of William B. Saxbe, and served until December 23, 1974; unsuccessful candi- 
date for renomination in 1974; elected to the U.S. Senate, November 2, 1976, for the 6- 
year term beginning January 3, 1977; reelected November 2, 1982, and again on Novem- 
ber 8, 1988. 

Office LUtings 

140 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-3502 224-2315 

Administrative Assistant.Joel Johnson. FAX: 224-8906 

Communications Director. Nancy Coffey, 

Room 2915, 124O East 9th Street, Cleveland, OH 44199 (216) 522-7272 

Suite 405, 200 North High Street, Columbus, OH 43215 (614) 469-6774 

10411 Federal Building, Cincinnati, OH 45202 (513) 684-3894 

Room 620, 234 Summit Street, Toledo, OH 43603 (419) 259-7536 

Room 510, City, Center One, Ltd., 100 Federal Plaza, Youngstown, OH 

44503 1. * - (216)746-1132 



244 Congressional Directory OHIO 

REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 

CHARLES LUKEN, Democrat, of Cincinnati, OH; born in Cincinnati, July 18, 1951; 
B A University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN, 1973; LL.B., University of Cincinnati 
College of Law, 1976; attorney; admitted to Cincinnati Bar Association, 1976; admitted to 
the Ohio Bar Association; member, Cincinnati City Council, 1981-84; mayor, city of Cin- 
cinnati 1984-90; son of Congressman Thomas A. Luken; board member: Catholic Serv- 
ices Southwest Ohio, Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati Museum of Natural History, 
Cincinnati Zoological Society; married to the former Marcia Spaeth; three children: 
Samuel 1977* Lauren, 1979; and Molly, 1982; elected to the 102d Congress on November 
6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

1632 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3501 225-2216 

Administrative Assistant. Hannah Margetich. 

Legislative Assistant. Valerie Van Dopp. 

Special Assistant. Kathy Paddock. 
Owynne Building, Suite 1300, 602 Main Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202 (513) 648-2723 

Clerk. Charlene Heyd. 



Hamilton County: Townships of Colerain, Crosby, Delhi, Green, Harrison, Miami, Springfield, and Whitewater; 
municipal corporations of Arlington Heights, Cheviot, Cincinnati (part), Elmwood Place, Forest Park, Glendale, 
Greenhms, Mount Healthy, North College Hill, Sharonville, Spnngdale, and Wyoming. Population (1980), 515,867. 

ZIP Codes: 45001-02, 45030 (part), 45033, 45051-52, 45200 (part), 45202, 45203 (part), 45204-05, 45208 (part), 45211, 
45214 (part), 45215 (part), 4S216> 45217 (part), 45218, 45219 (part), 45220 (part), 45221-24, 45225 (part), 45229 
(part), 45231-33, 45237-38, 45240 (part), 45241, 45246-48, 45249 (part), 45250 



SECOND DISTRICT 

WILLIS D. GRADISON, JR., Republican, of Cincinnati, OH; born in Cincinnati, De- 
cember 28, 1928; educated in Cincinnati public schools; B.A., Yale University, 1949; 
M.B.A., Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration, 1951; D.C.S., Harvard, 
1954; investment broker; assistant to the Under Secretary of the Treasury, 1953-55; assist- 
ant to the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, 1955-57; member: Cincinnati City 
Council, 1961-74; National Advisory Council on Economic Opportunity, 1971-74; tax 
policy advisory committee, council on environmental quality, 1970-72; delegation of 
mayors representing the United States in Poland, October 1971; mayor of Cincinnati, 
1971; chairman, board of directors, Federal Home Loan Bank of Cincinnati, 1970-74; 
children: Ellen, Anne, Margaret, Robin, Beth, Maile Jo, Benjamin, Logan, and Andrew; 
married Heather Jane Stirton, 1980; elected to the 94th Congress, November 5, 1974; re- 
elected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

1125 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3502 225-3164 

Chief of Staff. Ronald S. Boster. 

Administrative Assistant. Margaret Totten. 
Federal Office Building, 550 Main Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202 (513) 684-2456 

District Manager. Annette Wishard. 

District Representative. Jeff Feldkamp. 



Brown Comity, Oermont County: That part not contained in the Sixth District HAMILTON COUNTY: That part not 
contained in the First District. Population (1980), 514,408. 

ZIP Codes: 45101 (part), 45102-03, 45106, 45107 (part), 45111-13, 45115, 45118 (part), 45119-21, 45122 (part), 45130- 
31, 45133 (part), 45140 (part), 45142 (part), 45144 (part), 45145, 45147, 45148 (part), 45150, 45153, 45154 (part), 
151X-? 7 * ^ 5WO * 45162 tP" 1 * 4 *166-68, 171 Opart), 45174, 45176, 45200 (part), 45201, 45203 (part), 45206-07, 
45208 (part), 45209-10. 45212-13. 45214 (part), 45215 (part), 45217 (part), 45219 (part), 45220 (part), 45225 (part), 
45226-28, 45229 (part), 45230, 45236, 45239/45240 (p*T$T4S242-45, 45249 (part), 45255, 45697 (pSrt) 



OHIO 102d Congress 245 

THIRD DISTRICT 

TONY P. HALL, Democrat, of Dayton, OH; born in Dayton, OH, January 16, 1942; 
attended public school, graduated from Fairmont High School, Kettering OH I960- 
A.B., Denison University, Granville, OH, 1964; named Little All-American in football; 
most valuable player, OH Conference; Peace Corps volunteer, 1966-67; realtor; member, 
Ohio General AssemblyState representative, 1969-72, State senator, 1973-78; member: 
Montgomery County Democratic Party; board of managers, Ah- Force Museum Founda- 
tion; board of trustees, Holiday Aid; board of advisors, Aviation Trail, Inc.; advisory 
committee, Emergency Resource Bank of the Dayton Area Chapter of the American Red 
Cross; awards: U.S. AID Presidential End Hunger Award; Distinguished Service Against 
Hunger Award from Bread of the World; Tree of Life Award from the Jewish National 
Fund; Golden Apple Award from the National Association of Nutrition and Aging Serv- 
ices Programs; NCAA Silver Anniversary Award; Freedom Award from the Asian Pa- 
cific American Chamber of Commerce; married to the former Janet Dick, 1972; two chil- 
dren: Jyl and Matthew; elected to the 96th Congress, November 7, 1978; reelected to 
each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2162 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3503 225-6465 

Administrative Assistant. George M. Lowrey. 

Legislative Assistant/Rules Committee Associate Staff. Gail M. Amid- 
zich 

Personal Secretary/Office Manager. Bonnie Ruestow. 
501 Federal Building, 200 West Second Street, Dayton, OH 45402 (513) 225-2843 

District Director. Madeline Iseli-Smith. 



Montgomery County: That part not contained in the Sixth District. Population (1980), 513,588. 

ZIP Codes: 45309, 45315, 45322, 45325, 45327, 45342, 45345, 45354, 45370, 45377, 45401-10, 45414-15, 45417-20, 
45422, 45424, 45427-29, 45430-32, 45439-40, 45449, 45469, 45479 



FOURTH DISTRICT 

MICHAEL G. OXLEY, Republican, of Findlay, OH; born in Findlay, OH, February 
11, 1944, son of George Garver and Marilyn Maxine; attended Findlay city schools; grad- 
uated, Findlay Senior High School, 1962; B.A., government, Miami University, Oxford, 
OH, 1966; J.D., Ohio State University College of Law, Columbus, 1969; FBI special 
agent, Washington, DC, Boston, and New York City, 1969-72; attorney, Oxley, Malone, 
Fitzgerald, Hollister, 1972-81; elected to Ohio House of Representatives, 1972, from 82d 
District which includes all or parts of four northwestern Ohio counties; reelected, 1974, 
1976, 1978, and 1980; member: financial institutions committee and State government 
committee; ranking minority member, judiciary and criminal justice committee; member: 
Trinity Lutheran Church, Findlay, OH; American, Ohio, and Findlay Bar Associations; 
Sigma Chi Fraternity; Omicron Delta Kappa Men's Honorary Fraternity; the Society of 
Former Special Agents of the FBI; Rotary International; the Ohio Association of Town- 
ship Trustees and Clerks; the Ohio Farm Bureau; and Findlay Area Chamber of Com- 
merce; married to the former Patricia Pluguez of Philadelphia, 1971; one son, Chadd; 
elected to the 97th Congress, June 25, 1981, in a special election, to fill the vacancy 
caused by the death of Tennyson Guyer; reelected to each succeeding Congress; member: 
Energy and Commerce Committee, Subcommittees on Telecommunications, and Finance, 
Energy and Power, and Oversight and Investigations; member, Select Committee on Nar- 
cotics Abuse and Control. 

Office Listings 

2448 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3504 225-2676 

Administrative Assistant. Jim Conzelman. 

Legislative Assistant Beverly Marshall. 

Press Secretary. Peggy Peterson. 

Office Manager/Personal Secretary. Debi Derailing. 

3121 West Elm Plaza, Lima, OH 45805-2516 (419) 999-6455 

100 East Main Cross Street, Findlay, OH 45840-3311 (419) 423-3210 

Room 314, 24 West Third Street, Mansfield, OH 44902-1299 (419) 522-5757 



246 Congressional Directory OHIO 

All or narts of the Counties oft Allen, Auglaize, Crawford, Hancock, Hardin, Knox, Richland, Shelby, and Wyandot 
The Northeastern one-half. Population (1980), 514,696. 

1 (part), 43014, 43019 (part), 43022, 43028, 43037, 43048 (part), 43050 ,43302 (part), 43310 
,W26, 43330, 43331 (part) A 4333 <p**t), 4334C fr-rtX.43343 (part) 43345 art), 43346, 



3347 (part), 
44820, 44822-23, 



(part), 45383 (part), 
45835-36, 45839-41, 45843 
45868 (part), 45869 (part), 
45894 (part), 45895 (part), 45896-97 



-Oi 45804-10, 45812, 45814, 45816, 45817 (part), 45819-2O, 4583O (part), 45833 (part), 
(part), 45845, 45846 (part), 45850, 45854, 45856 (part), 45858 (part), 45859, 45865, 45867 
45870171, 45872 (part), 45877 (part), 45881, 45884, 45885 (part), 45887 (part), 45888-90* 



FIFTH DISTRICT 

PAUL E. GILLMOR, Republican, of Port Clinton, OH; born in Tiffm, Seneca 
County, OH, February 1, 1939; graduated, Old Fort High School, Old Fort, OH, 1957; 
B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, 1961; J.D., University of Michigan Law 
School, Ann Arbor, 1964; served in the U.S. Air Force, captain, 1965-66; attorney; ad- 
mitted to the Ohio Bar in 1965 and commenced practice in Tiffin, OH; elected, Ohio 
State Senate, 1967-88; minority leader and president, Ohio State Senate; married to the 
former Karen Lako, 1983; two children: Linda, 25, and Julie, 23; elected on November 8, 
1988, to the 101st Congress; reelected to the 102d Congress, November 6, 1990. 

Office Listings 

1203 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3505 225-6405 

Administrative Assistant. Mark Wellman. 

Executive Assistant. Karen Parker. 

Press Secretary. Mark Isakowitz. 

100 Federal Building, Bowling Green, OH 43402 (419) 354-1988 

120 Jefferson Street, 2d Floor, Port Clinton, OH 43452 (419) 734-1999 

608 North Clinton Street, Defiance, OH 43512 (419) 782-1996 

185 East Washington Row, Sandusky, OH 44870 (419) 627-1988 



Counties: Defiance, Erie, Henry, Ottawa, Paulding, Putnam, Sandusky, Seneca, and Williams. FULTON COUNTY: That 
part not contained in the Ninth District. HURON COUNTY: Townships of Lyme, Norwich, Richmond, and 
Sherman; municipal corporation of Bellevue. WOOD COUNTY: That part not contained in the Ninth District 
Population (1980), 514,189. 

ZIP Codes: 43316 (part), 43402, 43406-08, 43410, 43412 (part), 43413-14, 43416, 43420, 43430-33, 43435-43, 43445 
fcart), 43446, 43447 (part), 43448-52, 43456-58, 43462-64, 43465 (part), 43466-69, 43501-02, 43505-06, 43510-12, 
43516-21, 43522 (part), 43523-27, 43529-32, 43534-36, 43541, 43543, 43545, 43548-51, 43553-57, 43565, 43567 
(part), 43569-70, 44089 (part), 44801, 44802 (part), 44803-04, 44807, 44811 (part), 44814-15, 44817, 44818 (part), 
44824, 44828-29, 44830 (part), 44836-37, 44839, 44841, 44844 (part), 44845-46, 44847 (part), 44850, 44854-55, 
44861, 44867, 44870, 44883, 44890 (part), 45813, 45815, 45817 (part), 45821, 45827, 45830 (part), 45831, 45832 (part), 
45833 (part), 45837, 45844 (part), 45848-49, 45851, 45853, 45855, 45856 (part), 45858 (part), 45861, 45864, 45868 
(part), 45872 (part), 45873, 45875-76, 45877 (part), 45879-80, 45886 (part), 45893 



SIXTH DISTRICT 

BOB McEWEN, Republican, of Hillsboro, OH; born in Hillsboro, OH, January 12, 
1950; attended Hillsboro city schools; graduated, Hillsboro High School, 1968; B.B.A., 
economics, University of Miami, 1972; vice president, Boebinger, Inc.; elected to Ohio 
House of Representatives, 1974, from 77th District which includes five counties in central 
Ohio; reelected, 1976 and 1978; member: agriculture and natural resources committee, 
State and local government committee, and ways and means committee; ranking minority 
member, house financial institutions committee; member: Gideons; Hillsboro Christian 
Church, board of elders; Rotary International; Jaycees; Farm Bureau; Chamber of Com- 
merce; Grange; Optimist; Sigma Chi; married wife, Liz, 1976; four children: Meredith, 
Jonnatfcan, Robert, and Elizabeth; elected to the 97th Congress, November 4, 1980; re- 
elected to each succeeding Congress. 



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102d Congress 247 



Office Listings 



2431 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3506 225-5705 

Administrative Assistant. Phil Bond. FAX: 225-0224 

Executive Assistant. Lisa Boyd. 

Communications Director. Christopher Baldwin. 
301 North High Street, Hillsboro, OH 45133 (513) 393-4223 

District Director. Barbara Briggs. 
Post Office Building, Portsmouth, OH 45662 (614) 353-5171 



Counties; Adams, Clinton, Highland, Hocking, Jackson, Pike, Ross, Scioto, Vinton, and Warren. ATHENS COUNTY: 
Townships of Waterloo and York. CLERMONT COUNTY That part not contained in the Second District FAYETTE 
COUNTY: That part not contained in the Seventh District. MONTGOMERY COUNTY: That part not contained in the 
Third District. Population (1980), 514,895. 

ZIP Codes: 43101, 43106 (part), 43111, 43115, 43127, 43135 (part), 43137 (part), 43138, 43142, 43144, 43145 (part), 
43149, 43152, 43154 (part), 43158, 43160 (part), 43164 (part), 43766 (part), 45005, 45032, 45034, 45036 (part), 45039- 
41, 45054, 45065-66, 45068 (part), 45101 tort), 45105, 45107 (part), 45110, 45114, 45118 (part), 45122 (part), 45123, 
45132, 45133 (part), 45135, 45138, 45140 tort), 45142 (part), 45144 Opart), 45146, 45148 (part), 45152, 45154 (part), 
45155, 45158-59, 45162 (part), 45164-65, 45169 (part), 45171 (part), 45172, 45177, 45327 (part), 45342 (part), 45458, 
45459 (part), 45601, 45611-12, 45613 (part), 45616-18, 45620-22, 45624, 45626, 45628, 45629 (part), 45630, 45633- 
34, 456367 45638 (part), 45640, 45642, 45644 (part), 45646-48, 45650-54, 45656 (part), 45657, 45660-62, 45670-73, 
45677, 45679, 45681-84, 45685 (part), 45687, 45690, 45692-93, 45694 (part), 45697 (part), 45698, 45701 (part), 45710 
(part), 45716-17, 45732 (part), 45741 (part), 45761 (part), 45764 (part), 45766 (part) 



SEVENTH DISTRICT 

DAVID L. HOBSON, Republican, of Springfield, OH; born in Cincinnati, OH, Octo- 
ber 17, 1936; attended Bond Hill Elementary School, Cincinnati; graduated from With- 
row High School, Cincinnati, 1954; B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, OH, 
1958; J.D., Ohio State College of Law, Columbus, OH, 1963; admitted to the Ohio bar, 
April 23, 1965; airman, Ohio Air National Guard, 1958-62; businessman; member: VFW 
Post No. 1031; Springfield Rotary, Shrine Club No. 5121, Moose No. 536, Elks No. 51; 
member: boards of Urbana University, Ohio Wesleyan University, Wilberforce Universi- 
ty; elected Ohio State senator, 1982-90; majority whip, 1986-88; president pro tempore, 
1988-90; married in 1958 to the former Carolyn Alexander; three children: Susan, 1963; 
Lynn Martha, 1965; Douglas Lee, 1968; elected to the 102d Congress on November 6, 
1990. 

Office Listings 

1338 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3507 225^324 

Administrative Assistant. Mary Beth Carozza. 

Press Secretary. Tern Farell. 

Legislative Director. Tim Day. 

Washihngton Office Manager. Ginny Gano. 
Room 220, Post Office Building, 150 North Limestone Street, Springfield, 

OH 45501-1121 < 513 H 2 5-2JZ5 

399 East Church Street, Marion, OH 43302-4140 (614) 387-5300 



Counties: Clark, Greene, Logan, Marion, Pickaway, and Union. CHAMPAIGN COUNTY: All except JACKSON TOWN- 
SHIP. FAYETTE COUNTY: Townships of Jasper, Jefferson, Madison, Marion, Paint, and Union (enumerator districts 
760, 765 A and 765B. block numbering area 9902: municipality of Washington Court House (blocks 203, 205, and 
206 of block numbering area 9901 and block numbering area 9902; FRANKLIN , COUNTY: /leasan* .Township, 
municipality of HarrisbiSg. and blocks 143, 201, 202, 208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214. 215, 216, 217, 218, 219JSO, 
234, and 235 of Census Tract 98; MADISON COUNTY: Paint, Pleasant Range and Stokes Townships. WYANDOT 
COUNTY: Pitt Township. Population (1980), 512,709. 




43 64iart) ^ 43322,' 43324. 43331 , .. 

43332-3 3 !335:36, 43337 tori), 43340 tort), 43341, 4^3 (part). 4g <pa - 43344 > 43345 '0^). 43347 tort), 
43348, 43356 (part) 43357-^/43360, 44*33 (part), 45068 (part), 45169 tort), 45301, 45305, 45307, 45314, #316, 

:), 45319, 45323-24, 45335, 45341, 45344 (part), 45349, 4gg tort), 45368-69, 45370 tort), 45372, 

387, 45389, 45420 (part), 45430, 45431 (part), 45432-33, 45459 (part), 45469, 45500-06, 45644 (part), 



45317 (part',, , 

45384-85/45387, 45389, 45420 (part), 45430, 45431 (part), 
45843 (part), 45895 (part) 



248 Congressional Directory omo 

EIGHTH DISTRICT 

JOHN A BOEHNER, Republican, of Westchester, OH; born in Reading, OH, No- 
vember 17 1949- attended Saint Peter Paul Elementary School, Reading; graduated, 
Moeller High School, Cincinnati, OH, 1968; B.S., Xavier University, 1977; president, 
Nucite Sales, Inc.; Ohio House of Representatives, 1984-90; ranking Republican member, 
Commerce and Labor Committee; Energy and Environment Committee; Judiciary and 
Criminal Justice; elected, Union Township Trustees, 1981; elected, president, Union 
Township Board of Trustees, 1984; member: St. John Catholic Church, Ohio Farm 
Bureau, Lakota Hills Homeowners Association, Knights of Columbus, Pope John XXIII; 
Union Chamber of Commerce, American Heart Association Board, Cincinnati Chamber 
of Commerce, Butler County Mental Health Association, co-chair, YMCA Capital Cam- 
paign, Union Elementary School PTA, Middletown Chamber of Commerce, Dayton 
Chamber of Commerce, American Legion Post 218 of Middletown, Butler County Trust- 
ees and Clerks Association; married to the former Deborah Gunlack in 1973; two chil- 
dren: Lindsay M., 1978; Tricia A., 1980; elected to the 102d Congress, November 6, 



1990. 



OfBce Listings 



1020 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3508 225-6205 

Administrative Assistant. Barry Jackson. FAX: 225-0704 

Legislative Director. Thorn Stohler. 

Office Manager. Karen Cologne. 

646 High Street, Hamilton, OH 45011 (513) 895-5656 

5617 Liberty Fairfield Road, Hamilton, OH 45011 (513) 894-6003 

District Director. Sue Clark. 
12 South Plum Street, Troy, Ohio 45373 (513) 339-1524 



Counties: Butler, Darke, Mercer, Miami, Preble, and Van Wert CHAMPAIGN COUNTY: Jackson Township. Population 
(1980), 513,427. 

ZIP Codes: 43072 (part), 45003 (part), 45004, 45011-15, 45030 (part), 45036 (part), 45042, 45044, 45050, 45053 (part), 
45055-56, 45061-64, 45067, 45069-70, 45240 (part), 45303, 45304 (part), 45308, 45309 (part), 45310-12, 45317 (part), 
45318 (part), 45320-21, 45322 (part), 45326, 45327 (part), 45328-32, 45337-39, 45344 (part), 45345-48, 45350-52, 
45356 (part), 45358-59, 45361-62, 45371 (part), 45373 (part), 45378, 45380 (part), 45381 (part), 45382, 45383 (part), 
45388, 45390, 45416, 45417 (part), 45426, 45822, 45826, 45828, 45832 (part), 45838, 45844 (part), 45846 (part), 45860, 
45862-63, 45866, 45869 (part), 45874, 45882-83, 45885 (part), 45886 (part), 45887 (part), 45891, 45894 (part), 45898- 
99, 47390 (part) 



NINTH DISTRICT 

MARCY KAPTUR, Democrat, of Toledo, OH; born in Toledo on June 17, 1946; 
Roman Catholic; attended Little Flower School, Toledo; graduated, St. Ursula Academy, 
Toledo, 1964; B.A., University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1968; Master of Urban Planning, 
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 1974; attended, University of Manchester, England, 
1974; urban planner; assistant director for urban affairs, domestic policy staff, White 
House, 1977-79; member: American Planning Association and American Institute of Cer- 
tified Planners, board of directors, National Center for Urban Ethnic Affairs, advisory 
committee, Gund Foundation, board of directors, University of Michigan Urban Planning 
Alumni Association, NAACP, Urban League, Polish Museum, Polish American Histori- 
cal Association, Lucas County Democratic Party Executive Committee, Democratic 
Women's Campaign Association, Lucas County Democratic Business and Professional 
Women's Club, Fulton County Democratic Women's Club, Little Flower Parish Church; 
member: Appropriations Committee; co-chair: Congressional Competitiveness Caucus, 
and House Auto Parts Task Force; elected on November 2, 1982 to the 98th Congress; 
reelected to each succeeding Congress. 



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102d Congress 249 

Office Listings 



1228 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3509 225-4146 

Administrative Assistant. Ted Mastroianni. 

Press Secretary. Robin Buckley. 

Office Manager. Norma Olsen. 

Legislative Director. Roberta Jeanquart. 
Federal Building, Room 719, 234 Summit Street, Toledo, OH 43604 (419) 259-7500 



Lucas County: Fulton County: Townships of Amboy, Chesterfield, Fulton, Pike, Royalton, Swan Creek, and York; 
WOOD COUNTY Lake Township, municipal corporations of North wood and Rossford. Population (1980), 514,144. 

43412 (part), 43434, 43445 (part), 43447 (part), 43460, 43465 (part), 43504, 43515, 43522 (part), 43528, 
. 435 * 43542 ' 43547 43558 43560 ' 43566 ' 43567 (part) ' 43571 ' 4360 - 20 623-24 



TENTH DISTRICT 



CLARENCE E. MILLER, Republican, of Lancaster, OH; born in Lancaster, Fairfield 
County, OH, on November 1, 1917; educated in Fairfield County school system; profes- 
sional schooling from I.C.S., Scranton, PA; practicing electrical engineer; married to the 
late Helen M. Brown of Lancaster; two children: Ronald and Jacqueline (Mrs. Thomas 
Williams); member of the First Methodist Church of Lancaster, OH; served as a member 
of the Lancaster, OH, City Council; elected mayor of Lancaster hi 1963; former member 
of the legislative committee of the National League of Cities and the Ohio Municipal 
League and a member of the executive committee of the Mayors Association of Ohio; a 
member of the board of directors of the YMCA; elected to the 90th Congress; reelected 
to each succeeding Congress; member, Appropriations Committee, Congressional Steel 
Caucus, and Environmental and Energy Study Conference; and a Congressional Mining 
Coneress member; honors and awards: honorary doctorate degrees from Marietta College 
iA Marietta, OH and Rio Grande College in Rio Grande, OH; the Phillips Medal of 
Public Service from Ohio University in Athens, OH; member, Ohio Valley Health Serv- 
ices Foundation; member of Technology Assessment Board for the Office of Technology 
Assessment (OTA). 

Office Listings 

2308 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515^3510 ^IMl 

Administrative Assistant. Robert A. Reintsema. FAX: 225-3132 

Office Manager. -Linda G. Roderick. 

Executive Assistant. Philip K. Straw. 

Associate Staff. William P. Groehring. AIAQ 

212 South Broad Street, Lancaster, OH 43130 (614) 654-5149 

27 South Park, Newark, OH 43055 < 614 > 349-8279 



Countie* Fairfield, Gall* Lawrence, Meigs, Morgan Muskmgum, **" ^SS 



250 Congressional Directory OHIO 

ELEVENTH DISTRICT 



fxovici 

University uincmnan, 1^/1; j-fjL^.jD., v^icvciua Aj.i **.** -^ v **w fe -. v^* ^c*w, Cleveland State 
University, 1974; lawyer; member, Ohio House of Representatives, 1975-80; chairman, 
Cuyahoga County House delegation, 1979-80; married to the former Sandra Pestotnik, 
1975; one son, Edward; elected to the 97th Congress, November 4, 1980; reelected to 
each' succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

1111 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-351 1 225-6331 

Administrative Assistant. Steve Elmendorf. 

Office Administrator. Carol Simons. 

Press Secretary. Paul Bledsoe. 
Room 220, 5970 Heisley Road, Mentor, OH 44060 (216) 639-1700 

District Administrator. Jan Litterst. 



Counties: Ashtabula, Geauga, and Portage. LAKE COUNTY: AH except municipal corporations of Wicklijffe, Wfl- 
loughby Hills (part), and WUlowick, TRUMBULL COUNTY, Townships of Bloomfield, Braccville, Bristol, Farming- 
ton, Johnston, Greene, Gustauvus, Kinsman, Mecca, Mesopotamia, and Southmgton. Population (1980), 512,867 

ZIP Codes: 44003-04, 44010, 44021, 44022 (part), 44024, 44026, 44030, 44032-34, 44041, 44045-48, 44057, 44060, 
44062, 44064-66, 44068, 44072, 44076-77, 44080-82, 44084-86, 44088, 44092 (part), 44093, 44094 (part), 44099, 
44201 (part), 44202 (part), 44211, 44231, 44234, 44236 (part), 44240-41, 44255, 44260 (part), 44265-66, 44272, 44285, 
44288, 44402, 44410 (part), 44411, 44412 (part), 44417 (part), 44428, 44429 (part), 44430, 44439, 44444 (part), 44449 
(part), 44450, 44470, 44481 (part), 44483 (part), 44491 (part), 44601 (part), 44632 (part) 



TWELFTH DISTRICT 

JOHN R. KASICH, Republican, of Westerville, OH; born in McKees Rocks, Pa., May 
13, 1952; attended the public schools in McKees Rocks; graduated, Sto-Rox High School, 
McKees Rocks, 1970; B.A., political science, Ohio State University, Columbus, 1974; ad- 
ministrative assistant to State Senator Donald Lukens, 1975-77; elected, Ohio State Legis- 
lature, 1979-82; chairman, health and human services committee; member: Friends of 
Mental Health, affiliated with the Franklin County Department of Mental Health; board 
of trustees, Concord Counseling Service, Westerville, OH; awards: Outstanding Young 
Men in America Award, 1976, Watchdog of the Treasury Award, 1979; Watchdog of the 
Treasury's "Golden Bulldog Award," 1983-90; Northland Community Council Presi- 
dent's Award, 1981-82; American Security Council's Leadership Award, 1983-90; Ohio 
Health Care Association's "Buckeye Award;" elected to 98th Congress and each succeed- 
ing Congress; member House Armed Services Committee and House Budget Committee. 

Office Listings 

1133 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3512 225-5355 

Chief of Staff/Legislative Director. Don Thibaut. 

Executive Assistant. Mimi McCarthy. 

Press Secretary. Bruce A. Cuthbertson. 
Suite 400, 200 North High Street, Columbus, OH 43215 (614) 469-7318 

Office Manager. Sally A. Testa 



Counties Delaware and Morrow. FRANKLIN COUNTY: That part not contained in the Fifteenth District. LICKING 
COUNTY: That part not contained in the Tenth District. Population (1980), 512,925. 



, 43013, 43015, 43017 (part), 43018, 43019 (part), 43021, 43023 (part), 

3 lilf^lF^^ 

%$! 4V ^-P iSSS 1 , 4321 .. 1 fafi- 43213 > 43Z19 ' *M*f(pit>. 4322? (pirt). 43228 (jrt), 43225-30; 232 
8*&^,S^M3^Sa'. r!Sn* > 43338, 43342 p 



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THIRTEENTH DISTRICT 

DON J. PEASE, Democrat, of Oberlin, OH; born in Toledo, OH, September 26, 1931; 
attended Lincoln grammar school, Toledo; graduated, Scott High School, 1949; B.S., 
Ohio University, Athens, OH, 1953; M.A., Ohio University, 1955; Fulbright scholar, 
King's College, University of Durham, England, 1954-55; served in the U.S. Army, 
1955-57; coeditor and copublisher, Oberlin News-Tribune, 1957-68; editor, 1969-76; 
served in Ohio Senate, 1965-66; Ohio House of Representatives, 1969-74; Ohio Senate, 
1975-76; Oberlin City Council, 1962-64; married to the former Jeanne Wendt; one child: 
Jennifer; elected to the 95th Congress, November 2, 1976; reelected to each succeeding 
Congress. 

Office Listings 

2410 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3513 225-3401 

Chief of Staff/Legislative Director. J. William Goold. FAX:22S-0066 

Press Secretary. Margaret Mary O'Laughlin. 

1936 Cooper Foster Park Road, Lorain, OH 44053 (216) 282-5003 

District Representative. Nancy Yood. 

County Administration Building, Medina, OH 44256 (216) 725-6120 

The Centre, Suite 101, 42 East Main Street, Ashland, OH 44805 (419) 281-4184 

County Administration Building, Norwalk, OH 44857 (419) 668-0206 

Jackson Betts Federal Building, Mansfield, OH 44092 (419) 526-6663 



Counties: Ashland and Medina. HURON COUNTY. That part not contained in the Fifth District. LORAIN COUNTY: All 
except Columbia Township. RICHLAND COUNTY That part not contained in the Fourth Ehsmct. SUMMIT COUNTY: 
Copley Township except the municipal corporations of Akron and Fairlawn. Population (1980), 515,346. 




FOURTEENTH DISTRICT 

THOMAS C. SAWYER, Democrat, of Akron, OH; born in Akron on August 15, 
1945- attended the Rankin School, Akron; graduated Buchtel High School, Akron, 1963; 
BA', University of Arkon, OH, 1968; M.A., University of Akron, OH, 1970; former 
public school teacher; adminstrator, State school for delinquent boys; legislative agent, 
Public Utilities Commission; elected to Ohio House of Representatives (chairman, Educa- 
tion Committee and member, Ohio Board of Regents), 1977-83; mayor of the city of 
Akron 1984-86- married to the former Joyce Handler in 1968; one child: Amanda; elect- 
ed to the 100th Congress on November 4, 1986; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

1518 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3514 %l~ivil 

Administrative Assistant [Vacant.] m FAX. 225-5278 

Executive Assistant/Office Manager. Dianne TomaseJc. 

Legislative Director. Sara Platt Davis. , Atf > M , ,^ 7 in 

FederalBuilding, 2 South Main Street, Akron, OH 44308 (216) 375-5710 

Office Administrator. Judi Shapiro. 



County: The entire county, except Copley Township. Population (1980), 514,662. 

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44685 (part), 44720 (part) 



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FIFTEENTH DISTRICT 

CHALMERS P. WYLIE, Republican, of Columbus, OH; born in Norwich, OH, No- 
vember 23, 1920; attended Pataskala public schools, Otterbem College, Ohio State Uni- 
versitv and graduated from Harvard Law School; Honorary Doctor of Law Degree 
from Otterbem College; enlisted in U.S. Army as private; obtained rank of first lieutenant 
served with 30th Infantry Division through five European campaigns; decorated with 
Silver Star, Bronze Star, French Croix de Guerre Unit Citation, Belgian Fouragier Unit 
Citation, Presidential Unit Citation with two Oak Leaf Clusters, Purple Heart and Legion 
of Merit- retired colonel in Army Reserves; elected city attorney of Columbus, OH, No- 
vember 1953; former partner, law firm of Gingher & Christensen; served three terms in 
State legislature of Ohio, 1961-66; elected president of Ohio Municipal League, 1957; Co- 
lumbus Area Chamber of Commerce Award for Civic Leadership, 1983; Added awards: 
inducted into Cooperative Hall of Fame 1990; recipient of the Silver Helmet Award, 
1991- member: North Broadway United Methodist Church; Columbus and Ohio State Bar 
Associations- Kiwanis; 33 Mason; member of House Committees on Banking, Finance 
and Urban Affairs, Veterans' Affairs, and Joint Economic Committee; married Marjorie 
Ann Siebold; two children: Jacquelyn and Bradley; two grandchildren: Tamara and 
Pamela Poston; elected to the 90th Congress, November 8, 1966; reelected to each suc- 
ceeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2310 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3515 225-2015 

Administrative Assistant. Benson H. Hart. FAX- 225-7548 

Personal/ Appointment Secretary. Angela S. Gambo. 
Room 500, 200 North High Street, Columbus, OH 43215 (614) 469-5614 

District Representative. Waller C. Bloom. 

Special Projects/Caseworker. Kathleen Greene. 



Franklin County: That part not contained in the Twelfth District. MADISON COUNTY That part not contained in the 
Seventh District Population (1980), 514,697. 

ZIP Codes: 43002, 43017 (part), 43026, 43064 (part), 43065 (part), 43085 (part), 43110, 431 19, 43123, 43125-26, 43137, 
43140, 43146 (part), 43162, 43201, 43202, 43204, 43205 (part), 43206 (part), 43207, 43210, 43212, 43214, 43215 (part), 
43216 (part), 43220-23, 43227 (part), 43228, 43232 (part), 43235. 



SIXTEENTH DISTRICT 

RALPH RBGULA, Republican, of Navarre, OH; born in Beach City, Stark County, 
OH, December 3, 1924; educated in the public schools of Beach City, OH; B.A., Mount 
Union College, Alliance, OH, 1948; LL.B., William McKinley School of Law, Canton, 
OH, 1952; U.S. Navy, 1944-46; attorney at law; admitted to Ohio Bar and began practice 
in Navarre, OH, 1952; served in the Ohio House of Representatives, 1965-66, and Ohio 
Senate, 1967-72; member: Ohio State Board of Education, 1960-64; Saint Timothy Epis- 
copal Church, Massillon, OH; board of trustees, Mount Union College; honorary 
member, board of advisors, Walsh College; Kiwanis; Grange; and trustee, Stark County 
Historical Society; married Mary Ann Rogusky, 1950; three children: Martha, David, and 
Richard; elected to the 93d Congress, November 7, 1972; reelected to each succeeding 
Congress. 

Office Listings 

2207 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3516 225-3876 

Executive Secretary. Sylvia Snyder. 

Appropriations. Barbara Wainman. 

Legal Counsel/Aging. Mark Benedict. 

Press Secretary. Julie Lawson. 
4150 Belden Village Street NW., Canton, OH 44718 (216) 489-4414 

District Office Manager. Jeannette Griffin. 



Counties: Holmes, Stark, and Wayne. CARROLL COUNTY: Brown Township. Population (1980), 513,215. 



OHIO 102d Congress 253 

44632 Opart), 44633, 44634 (part), 44636, 44637 (part), 44638 foart)^^"-^ 9 ' * 2 (p * rt) ' 4463 ' 
44652. 44654 (part), 44657 (part), 44659-62, 44666-67, 44669-70, 
44687, 44688 (part), 44689-90, 44691 (part), 44701-11, 44714, 447 



SEVENTEENTH DISTRICT 

JAMES A. TRAFICANT, JR., Democrat, of Poland, OH; bora in Youngstown OH 
May 8, 1941; son of James A., Sr., and Agnes Traficant; attended St. Matthias Elementa- 
ry School, Youngstown, OH; attended Woodrow Wilson High School, Youngstown, OH, 
1956-57; graduated, Cardinal Mooney High School, Youngstown, OH, 1959- B.S educa- 
tion, University of Pittsburgh, 1963; M.S., administration, 1973, and M.S.', counseling 
Youngstown State University, 1976; sheriff, Mahoning County, Youngstown, OH, 1981- 
85; executive director, Mahoning County Drug Program, Inc., 1971-81; consumer finance 
director, Youngstown Community Action Program; instructed classes on drug and alco- 
hol, Youngstown State University and Kent State University; national lecturer, drug and 
alcohol abuse and juvenile problems; instructor, drug and alcohol abuse, Ohio Peace Offi- 
cer Training Institute and Ohio State Highway Patrol; State manager, Girard Life Insur- 
ance; married to the former Patricia Coppa; two children: Robin and Elizabeth; elected to 
the 99th Congress on November 6, 1984; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

312 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3517 225-5261 

Chief of Staff. H. West Richards. 

Legislative Assistants. Dan Blair; Lucia lannandrea. 

Office of Manager. Michelle Kaiser. 

11 Overhill Road, Youngstown, OH 44512 (216) 788-2414 

391 Mahoning Avenue, Warren, OH 44483 (216) 399-2907 



Mahoning County. Columbian a County Townships of Knox and West. TRUMBULL COUNTY: That part not contained 
in the Eleventh District. Population (1980), 515,223. 

ZIP Codes: 44401, 44403-06, 44408 (part), 44410 (part), 44412 (part), 44416, 44417 (part), 44418, 44420, 44422, 44424- 
25, 44427 (part), 44429 (part), 44431 (part), 44436-38, 44440, 44442, 44443 (part), 44444 (part), 44446, 44449 (part), 
44431-53, 44454 (part), 44460 (part), 44471, 44473, 44481 (part), 44483 (part), 44484-85, 44490 (part), 44491 (part), 
44500-07, 44509-12, 44514-15, 44601 (part), 44609 (part), 44619, 44625 (part), 44634 (part), 44657 (part), 44665, 
44672 



EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT 

DOUGLAS APPLEGATE, Democrat, of Steubenville, OH; born in Steubenville, 
March 27, 1928; educated in Steubenville public schools; graduated, Steubenville High 
School, 1947; engaged in real estate business; served in Ohio House of Representatives, 
1961-69; Ohio Senate, 1969-77; member: Steubenville Community Club, Young Demo- 
crats, Elks, Eagles, Catholic Community Center, Polish Athletic Club, Polish National 
Alliance, and numerous other civic and fraternal organizations; member, Steubenville 
Presbyterian Church; married to the former Betty Jean Engstrom, 1950; two children: 
Kirk and David; two granddaughters: Rebecca and Sara; elected to the 95th Congress, 
November 2, 1976; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2183 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3518 225-6265 

Administrative Assistant. James R. Hart. 

Personal Secretary. Kathrine Hancmann. 
Ohio Valley Tower, Room 610, Steubenville, OH 43952 (614) 283-3716 

Assistant District Office Manager. Julie Ellen. 

46060 National Road West, St. Clairsville, OH 43950 (614) 695-4600 

109 West Third Street, East Liverpool, OH 43920-4505 (216) 385-5921 

1330 Fourth Street NW., New Philadelphia, OH 44663 (216) 343-9112 



254 Congressional Directory omo 

Coshocton Harrison, Jefferson, Monroe, Noble, and Tuscarawas CARROLL COUNTY: That nut 
,' rt. Sixteenth District. CoLUMBiANA COUNTY. That part not contained in the Seventeeth District 
contained in the Tenth District. WASHINGTON COUNTY: That partS 



C: part not 

contained in the Tenth District. Population (1980), 514,012. 



TP r^*.. 4V710-11 43713, 43716-19, 43722-23, 43724 (part), 43725 (part), 43729, 43732 (part), 43733, 43736,43747 
Sfso 43752 43754-55 43757, 43759, 43768, 43772-73, 43778-80, 43784, 43786, 43788-89, 43793, 43M3, 438W 
?nZS 43M5 438t 1 43812 (part) 43821 (part), 43822 (part), 43824, 43828, 43832. 43836-37, 43840 43842 S 
^^ f ^S^43wTSr43905-S 43912-17, 43920, 43925-28, 43930-35, 43937^8, 43950-53, 439K 
MM^^m^^ffl-Tl^m 4398 , 43983-86, 43988-89. 44408 (part), 44413, 44415, 44423, 44427 S 
Sttf&rt IMS 4444^44443 (part), 44445, 44454 (part), 44455. 44460 (part), 44490 (part), 44492-93, *W 
4408 torO 44609 taut) 44612 frrtX 44615 (part), 44620-22, 44624 (part), 44625 (part), 44626 (part) 44G9, 
44631 44637 foJrt) 44639 44643 (part). 44651, 44653, 44654 (part), 44656, 44657 (part), 44663, 44671, 44675 
446&.794M& art)744681 (part), 44?82-83, 44686, 44688 (part), 44693, 44695. 44697, 44699, 45715 (part), 45727 
45730, 45734, 45744 (part), 45745-46, 45767, 45768 (part), 45774, 45789 



NINETEENTH DISTRICT 

EDWARD F. FEIGHAN, Democrat, of Lakewood, OH; born in Lakewood, OH on 
October 22, 1947; attended St. Luke Grade School, Cleveland; attended Notre Dame 
International High School, Rome, Italy; graduated St. Edward High School, Cleveland, 
in 1965; B.A., Loyola University, New Orleans, LA, 1969; J.D., Cleveland-Marshall Col- 
lege of Law at Cleveland State University, 1978; elected to the Ohio House of Represent- 
atives, 1973-79; elected to board of commissioners of Cuyahoga County, OH, 1978-82; 
White House appointee to the National Advisory Council on Economic Opportunity, 
1978-80; Cleveland, Cuyahoga County and Ohio Bar Associations, City Club, Citizens 
League, League of Women Voters, board of trustees of the National Association of 
Counties of Ohio, executive committee of the Cuyahoga County Democratic Party; 
nephew of former Representative Michael A. Feighan; married to Nadine Hopwood; four 
children: Lauren, David, Farrell, and Teddy; elected on November 2, 1982 to the 98th 
Congress; reelected to each succeeding Congress; Committee assignments: Foreign Af- 
fairs Committee; Subcommittees: Europe and the Middle East, Africa Subcommittee, 
International Economic Policy and Trade; the Judiciary Committee; Crime Subcommit- 
tee; Monopolies and Commercial Law Subcommittee; member, Helsinki Commission. 

Office Listings 

1124 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3519 225-5731 

Administrative Assistant. Michael J. Rosenberg. 

Executive Assistant. George Cody. 

Office Manager, Jennifer Duke. 

Federal Office Building, Room 2951, 1240 East Ninth Street, Cleveland, OH 
44199 (216)522-4382 

District Administrator. Dan J. Clark. 



Cuyahoga County: Municipal corporations of Bay Village, Beachwood, Bentleyville. Brecksville, Broadview Heights, 
Chagrin Falls, Euclid (except Euclid Beach Park area), Fairview Park, Gates Mills, Glenwillow, Highland Height* 
Hunting Valley, Independence, Lakewood (western portion), Lyndhurst, Mayfield, Mayfteld Heights, Moretand 
Hills, North Olmsted, North Royalton, Oakwood, Parma (southern portion), Parma Heights, Pepper Pike, Rich- 
mond Heights, Rocky River, Solon, South Euclid, Strongsville (southern portion), University Heights (eastern 
portion), Valley View, Walton Hills, and Westlake; townships of Chagrin Falls and Olmsted. LAKE Gown: 
Wickliffe, Willowick, and part of Willoughby Hills. LORAIN COUNTY: Columbia Township. Population (1980), 
514,889. 

ZIP Codes: 44022 (part), 44028 (part), 44040, 44070, 44092 (part), 44094 (part), 44107 (part), 44116, 44118 (part), 
44119 (part), 44121, 44122 (part), 44123-24, 44126, 44129 (part), 44130 (part), 44131 (part), 44132 (part), 44133, 
44134 (part), 44136 (part), 44138 (part), 44139-41, 44143, 44145, 44146 (part), 44147 



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TWENTIETH DISTRICT 

MARY ROSE OAKAR, Democrat, of Cleveland, OH; born in Cleveland, Cuyahoga 
County, OH, March 5, 1940; graduated, Lourdes Academy, 1958; Ursuline College, B A 
1962; John Carroll University, M.A., 1966; clerk, the Higbee Co., 1956-58; telephone op- 
erator, Ohio Bell Telephone Co., 1957-62; instructor, Lourdes Academy, 1963-70; assist- 
ant professor, Cuyahoga Community College, 1968-75; State central committeewoman, 
20th congressional district, 1974; member, Cleveland City Council, Ward 8, 1973-77; 
founder and volunteer-director, Near West Side Civic Arts Center; ward leader, Cuya- 
hoga County Democratic Party; board of trustees: Federation for Community Planning; 
Health and Planning Commission; Community Information Service; Society for Crippled 
Children; Nationality Service Center; Y.W.C.A.; elected to the 95th Congress, November 
2, 1976; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2231 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3520 225-5871 

Administrative Assistant. Thomas A. Albert. FAX: 225-0663 

Special Assistant/Press. James Belles. 

Federal Court Building, Room 523, Cleveland, OH 44114 (216) 522-4927 

Administrative Assistant. Al Koson. 



Cuyahoga County. That portion contained within the limits of all the western portion and part of the eastern portion 
in the municipal corporation of Cleveland, the municipal corporations of Berea, Brooklyn, Brooklyn Heights, 
Brookpark, Cuyahoga Heights, Garfield Heights. Lakewood (part), Linndale, Maple Heights, Middleburg Heights, 
Newburgh Heights, Olmsted Falls, Parma (part), Riveredge Township, Seven Hills, and Strongsville (part). 
Population (1980), 513,494. w 

ZIP Code* 44017, 44100 (part), 44101-02, 44105 (part), 44107 (part), 44109, 44111, 44115 (part), 44125 (part). 44127, 
44129 (part), 44130 (part), 44131 (part), 44134 (part), 44135, 44136 (part), 44137, 44138 (part), 44142, 44144, 44181 



TWENTY-FIRST DISTRICT 

LOUIS STOKES, Democrat, of Shaker Heights, OH; born in Cleveland, February 23, 
1925, son of Charles and Louise Stokes, both deceased; educated at Cleveland College of 
Western Reserve University, 1946-48; Cleveland Marshall Law School, 1948-53, juris 
doctor degree; veteran of U.S. Army, 1943-46, honorably discharged; practicing attorney 
in Cleveland, OH, since 1954; admitted to practice before Supreme Court of the United 
States; recipient of numerous civic awards including Cleveland Branch, NAACP, and the 
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights; recipient of honorary degrees from Wilberforce Uni- 
versity, Shaw University, Ohio College of Podiatric Medicine, Livingstone College, 
Oberlin College, Morehouse College, Meharry Medical College, Howard University, 
Morehouse School of Medicine, Central State University, Xavier University of Louisiana, 
Tuskegee Institute Defense Intelligence College, Bethune-Cookman College, University 
of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, and Atlanta University; past chairman, Ohio State Bar Associa- 
tion Criminal Justice Committee; past chairman, Congressional Black Caucus; past presi- 
dent, Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Board of Trustees, the Martin Luther 
King, Jr. Center for Social Change, and Executive Committee Cuyahoga County 
Democratic Party; lectured and written articles for universities and bar associations; 
member of numerous civic and legal organizations; Methodist, St. Paul A.M.E. Zion 
Church; married Jeanette (Jay) Francis; four children: Shelley, Angela, Louis C., and 
Lorene; brother of Carl B. Stokes, former mayor of Cleveland, OH and currently judge 
for the Cleveland Municipal Court; elected to 91st Congress, November 5, 1968; reelect- 
ed to each succeeding Congress; member: Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittees 
on Labor/HHS/Education, HUD Independent Agencies; District of Columbia; former 
chairman, House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence; chairman, House Commit- 
tee on Standards of Official Conduct; former chairman, House Select Committee on As- 
sassinations. 



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Office Listings 



2365 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3521 225-7032 

Administrative Assistant. [Vacant.] FAX: 225-1339 

Personal Secretary. Barbara Brown. 
Room 2947, 1240 East 9th Street, Cleveland, OH 44199 (216) 522-4900 

District Manager. Jewell Gilbert. 
Suite 211, 2140 Lee Road, Cleveland Heights, OH 44118 (216) 522-4907 

Office Manager. Juanita Connor-Phillips. 



Cuyahoga County: Township of Warrensville; municipal corporations of Bedford, Bedford Heights, BratenahL 
Cleveland (that part not contained in the Twentieth District), Cleveland Heights, East Cleveland, Euclid (that part 
not contained in the Nineteenth District), Garfield Heights (that part not contained in the Twentieth District) 
North Randall, Orange, Shaker Heights, University Heights (that part not contained in the Nineteenth District 
Warrensville Heights, and Woodmere. Population (1980), 514,625 h 

ZIP Codes: 44022 (part), 44100 (part), 44103-04, 44105 (part), 44106, 44107 (part), 44108, 44110, 44112-14 44115 
(part), 44117, 44118 (part), 44119 (part), 44120, 44122 (part), 44125 (part), 44128, 44132 (part), 44146 (part), 44199 



OKLAHOMA 102d Congress 257 

OKLAH03MA 

(Population, 1980 census, 3,025,266) 

SENATORS 

DAVID L. BOREN, Democrat, of Seminole, OK; born in Washington, DC, April 21, 
1941; attended public schools in Seminole, OK; graduated Bethesda-Chevy Chase High 
School, 1959; B.A., Yale University, New Haven, CT, 1963; M.A., Oxford University 
(Rhodes Scholar), England, 1965; J.D., University of Oklahoma College of Law, 
Norman, OK, 1968; captain, 6 years, Oklahoma National Guard; lawyer; chairman, de- 
partment of government, Oklahoma Baptist University, Shawnee, OK, 1970-74; admitted 
to the Oklahoma Bar in 1968 and commenced practice in Seminole, OK; chairman, elec- 
tions committee, and member, Oklahoma House of Representatives, 1967-75; Governor of 
Oklahoma, 1975-79; member: Methodist Church, Phi Beta Kappa, 45th Infantry Division 
Association; named 1 of 10 Outstanding Young Men in the United States by the U.S. Jay- 
cees, 1976; married to the former Molly Wanda Shi, November 27, 1977; two children: 
Carrie Christine and David Daniel; elected to the U.S. Senate, November 7, 1978, for the 
6-year term beginning January 3, 1979; reelected November 6, 1984 and November 6, 
1990. 

Office Listings 

453 Russell Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-3601 224-4721 

Administrative Assistant. David Cox. 

Executive AssistantBeth Byrd. 

Legislative Coordinator. John Deeken. 

Press Secretary. Ken Levit. 

621 North Robinson, Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 231-4381 

Suite 1820, 409 South Boston, Tulsa, OK 74103 (918) 581-7785 

211 East Oak, Seminole, OK 74868 (405) 382-6480 



DON NICKLES, Republican, of Ponca City, OK; born in Ponca City, OK, December 
6, 1948; attended Ponca City public schools; graduated, Ponca City High School, 1967; 
business administration, Oklahoma State University, 1971; served in National Guard, 
1970-76; vice president and general manager, Nickles Machine Corp.; served in Oklaho- 
ma State Senate, 1979-80; cofounder and member, Oklahoma Coalition for Peace 
Through Strength; served on the boards of: Ponca City United Way, St. Mary's Catholic 
Church Parish Council, Chamber of Commerce, Kay County Council for Retarded Chil- 
dren; chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, 1988-90; chairman, Re- 
publican Policy Committee, 1991-93; member: Rotary Club, Fellowship of Christian Ath- 
letes; married to the former Linda Lou Morrison; four children: Donny, Jenny, Kim, and 
Robyn; elected to the U.S. Senate, November 4, 1980, for the 6-year term beginning Jan- 
uary 3, 1981; reelected November 4, 1986. 

Office Listings 

713 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-3602 224-5754 

Administrative Assistant. Les Brorsen. 

Communications Director. Ernie Schultz. 

Legislative Director. Bret Bernhart. 

Scheduler. Debbie Price. ,*^ ,,.,, 

1820 Liberty Tower, Oklahoma City, OK 73102 (405) 231-4941 

National Bank Building, Suite 201, 601 D Avenue, Lawton, OK 73501 (405) 357-9878 

3310 Mid-Continent Tower, 409 South Boston, Tulsa, OK 74103-4007 (918) 581-7651 

1916 Lake Road, Ponca City, OK 74604 (405) 767-1270 



258 Congressional Directory OKLAHOMA 

REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 

JAMES M. INHOFE, Republican, of Tulsa, OK; born in Des Moines, IA on Novem 
ber 17, 1934; attended Tulsa public schools; graduated Central High School Tulsa. n? 
1953; B.A., University of Tulsa, OK, 1959; served in the U.S. Army, SP 3d* class 1955 
56; businessman; president, Quaker Life Insurance Company; elected to the OklahonT 
House of Representatives, 1967-69; elected to the Oklahoma State Senate, 1969-77. 
mayor of Tulsa, 1978-84; married to the former Kay Kirkpatrik; four children- Jim' 
Perry, Molly, and Katy; elected to the 100th Congress on November 4, 1986- redacted to 
each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

408 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3601 225-2211 

Administrative Assistant. V. Bruce Thompson. FAX- 225-9187 

Executive Assistant. Dottie Brown. 

Legislative Director. Ruth Van Mark. 

Press Secretary. Danny Finnerty. 
Suite 305, 201 West 5th Street, Tulsa, OK 74103 (918) 581-7111 



Creek County: City of Sapulpa (part). OSAGE COUNTY: Cities of Barnsdall, Fairfax, Hominy, and Pawhuska, and that 
part not contained in the Fifth District. TULSA COUNTY: Towns of Bixby, Broken Arrow, O>lhnsvillc GlenoooL 
Jenks, Owassp, Sand Springs, Skiatook, Sperry, Turley, and Tulsa City (that part not contained in th? Second 
District which is_ in southeast Tulsa)., WASHINGTON COUNTY- Cities of Bartlesville (that part not incited tathe 
Fifth District), Ochelata, Ramona, and Vera. Population (1980), 503,739. nwuoea in tne 

<Part). 74008 (part), 74O09, 74011, 74012 (part), 74013, 74015 (part), 74020 (part) 74021 
7 * I 4039 ***> 74041 ' 74043 ' 74047 (Pa*) /50-Sl, 74054, 74O55 (part), 74o6 74060- 
k 7407V74073, 74082-84, 74100-61. 74103-07, 74108 (part), 74 ll? 7411^ 74114-17 

74152-51, 7415^! 



SECOND DISTRICT 

SYNAR Democrat, of Muskogee, OK; born in Vinita, OK, October 17, 1950; 
5S EffJ ,?^ 1001 ? of Muskogee; graduated from Muskogee Central High 
T * 8; ^. BA Un iversity of Oklahoma, 1972; J.D., University of Oklahoma, 1977; 
S^ nat ?^T^ lai ? luft University of Edinburgh, Scotland (economics), 1974; 
^ SSi Y mver S tyi . Evanston ' IL > 1973; rancher, real estate broker, lawyer 
f ^rP^T* ^ m 1977; recj P ient of 4-H Club and agricultural honors 
Nov^mir 7 ?Q? ta ? dln & Y Ung Men of Am ri ^ ^80; elected to the 96th Congress 
November 7, 1978; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listing* 

2441 Rayburn House Office Bidding. Washington, DC 20515-3602 ..... 225-2701 

Administrative Assistant. Debbie Wesslund. ................... FAX- 225-2796 

Legislative Director.-Kim Koontz. FAX ' 225 2?96 

r /9 ffice Manager. Wendi Jones. 

OK 74401 



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county road in Srotion 20 Tohi ^S^^^ d^ing northwesterly along said stream channel to a point on a 
intersectioTof^ SoutiTDdaw J ?S?-. M N rtl1 ' ??*?* 13 East i &cnce easterly on said county nd to the 
91st StreeS Ae^ wesSw^n^S^i^ !! 10 ^^ . On S * wlh ^^^are Avenue to the interaction of East 
northerly w^^u^Sad^ fSS ? ^^ J *- P ^ int On a oollll ^r road; thence southerly, westerly, and 



OKLAHOMA 



102d Congress 259 



75th Street; thence west on East 75th Street to the intersection of South Evanston Avenue; thence north on South 
Evanston Avenue to the intersection of East 75th Street; thence west on East 75th Street to the intersection of 
South Lewis Avenue; thence north on South Lewis Avenue to the intersection of East 61st Street; thence east on 
East 61st Street to the intersection of South Birmingham Avenue, thence northerly on South Birmingham Avenue 
to the intersection of East 57th Street, thence easterly on East 57th Street to the intersection of South Delaware 
Avenue, thence north on South Delaware Avenue to the intersection of East 56th Place; thence easterly on East 
56th Place to the intersection of South Harvard Avenue; thence south on South Harvard Avenue to the 
intersection of East 59th Street; thence easterly on East 59th Street to the intersection of South Louisville Avenue; 
thence northerly on South Louisville Avenue to the intersection of East 59th Street; thence east on East 59th 
Street to the intersection of South Marion Place; thence southerly on South Marion Place to the intersection of 
East 59th Place; thence east on East 59th Place to the intersection of South Newhaven Avenue; thence southerly 
on South Newhaven Avenue and South Newhaven Avenue extended to the intersection of East 60th Place; thence 
east on East 60th Place to the intersection of South Oswego Avenue; thence south on South Oswego Avenue to 
the intersection of East 61st Street; thence east on East 61st Street to the intersection of South Sheridian Avenue; 
thence south on South Shendian Avenue to the intersection of East 71st Street; thence west on East 71st Street to 
the intersection of South Yale Avenue; thence south on South Yale Avenue to the intersection of East 81st Street, 
thence east on East 81st Street to the intersection of South Mingo Road; thence south on South Mmgo Road to the 
intersection of East 101st Street; thence east on East 101st Street to the intersection of South 145th East Avenue; 
thence south on South 145th East Avenue to the intersection of East 121st Street, thence east on East 121st Street 
two and one-half miles to a point on the north line of Section 1, Township 17 North, Range 14 East; thence south 
to a point on the stream channel of the Broken Arrow Creek; thence meandering northeasterly along said stream 
channel to a point on East 121st Street on the north line of said section; thence east on East 121st Street to the 
northeast corner of said section, said point being on the Tulsa- Wagoner County line; thence south along said 
county line to point of beginning. Population (1980), 505,276. 

ZIP Codes: 74008 (part), 74010, 74012 (part), 74014, 74015 (part), 74016-18, 74020 (part), 74021 (part), 74023 (part), 
74027-28, 74030 (part), 74031, 74032 (part), 74034, 74036, 74038, 74039 (part), 74042, 74044, 74045 (part), 74046, 

74047 (part), 74048-49, 74052-53, - " ' v JK". -. ^ - 

74080-81774083 (part), 74085 ' 

m M-I an_33 7433540 7434244 __ _ _ _ _ 

74431, 74432 (part),' 74434-38,' 74440-*!,' 74444-47; 74450-52. 74454-72, 74552, 74561 (part)', 74637 (part), 74650, 
74651 (part), 74829 (part), 74833 (part), 74835 (part), 74839 (part), 74845, 74859 (part), 74860, 74862, 74877, 74880, 
74882, 74883 (part), 74931, 74936, 74941 (part), 74943-46, 74948, 74954-55, 74960, 74962, 74964, 74965 



THIRD DISTRICT 

BILL K. BREWSTER, Democrat, of Marietta, OK; born in Ardmore, OK, November 
8, 1941; graduated, Petrolia, TX, high school, 1959; B.S. in pharmacy, Southwestern 
Oklahoma State University, 1964; owner-operator, Colleyville Drug, Inc., Colleyville, 
T X 1964-77; cattleman, Brewster Angus Farms, 1968-; U.S. Army Reserve, 1968-71; 
Oklahoma House of Representatives, 1982-89; chairman, Economic Development Com- 
mittee, 1985-86; chairman, Business and Commerce Committee, 1987-88; chairman, Tour- 
ism and Recreation Committee, 1988-89; vice chairman, Education Appropriations Com- 
mittee- member, Appropriations Committee; member, Oklahoma Legislature's Special 
Joint Committee on International Development; South/West Energy Council, vice-chair- 
man 1987-88; chairman, 1988-89; Executive Committee, 1982-; National Conference of 
State Legislators, Oklahoma delegate, 1983-; chairman, Energy Committee, 1989-90; Oil 
Marketers Association, "Legislator of Year"; Southwestern Oklahoma State University, 
"Distinguished Alumni* 5 ; INCA Board for Community Action; Recreational Vehicle In- 
dustry's Golden Telephone Award; married to the former Mary Sue (Suzie) Nelson, in 
1963* three children: daughter, Balynda Karel; another daughter, Betsy Kecia, and a son, 
Bradley Kent, lost their lives in a tragic accident in early 1990; elected to 102d Congress, 
November 6, 1990; member: Committee on Public Works and Transportation, Committee 
on Veteran Affairs. 

Office Listings 

2848 Longworth House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3603 .............. S^onS 

Administrative Assistant. Phyllis Kreis. FAX: 225-9029 

Press Secretary. Jim Pate. 

Executive Assistant. Jeff Rabon. 

Legislative Assistant. Jeff Murray. 
Suite Bf900 North Mississippi, Ada, OK 74820 ..................................................... (405) 36-1980 

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not contained in 



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the Fourth District. Population (1980), 504,268. 



260 Congressional Directory OKLAHOMA 

ZIP Codes: 73027 (part), 73030, 73032, 73045 (part), 73046 (part). 73054 (part), 73063 (part), 73073 (part) 730R1 
(part), 73086-88, 73098 (gart). 73401^3, Z^O, 73432^73435-3^^3438 (part) i 73439^1_, 73443, 7344$-SO, 734521 



74574, 74576-78, 74701-02, 74720-24, 74726-31, 74733-38, 74740-41, 74743,' 74745, 74747-*8,' 74750* 74752~ 
74759-61, 74763-64, 74766, 74801-02, 74818, 74820-21, 74824-27, 74829 (part), 74830, 74831 (part), 74832 74Jm 
(part), 74834, 74835 (part), 74836-38, 74839 (part), 74840, 74842-44, 74848-50, 74851 (part), 74852, 74854-561 74R57 
(part), 74859 (part), 74863-64, 74865 (part), 74866-69, 74871, 74872 (part), 74873, 74875, 74878, 74881 (part) 74881 
(part), 74884, 74901-02, 74930, 74932, 74935, 74937, 74939-^0, 74941 (part), 74942, 74947, 74949, 74951 74953 
74956-57,74959,74963,74966 ' W ' 



FOURTH DISTRICT 

DAVE McCURDY, Democrat, of Norman, OK; born in Canadian, TX, March 30 
1950; attended Yukon, OK, public schools; graduated, Yukon High School, 1968; B.A* 
1972, J.D., 1975, University of Oklahoma; Rotary graduate fellow, University of Edin- 
burgh, Scotland, international economics, 1977-78; Captain, U.S. Air Force Reserve; 
lawyer; admitted to the Oklahoma State Bar in 1975 and commenced practice in 1975- 
assistant attorney general, State of Oklahoma, 1975-77; member, firm of Luttrell, Pendar- 
vis & Rawlinson, 1978-79; private practice, 1979-80; member: Rotary; Jaycees; Chamber 
of Commerce; Oklahoma Bar Association; University Lutheran Chapel; 1 of 10 Outstand- 
ing Young Men of America by United States Jaycees, 1984; chairman, CDM Task Force 
on Foreign Policy and Defense; vice chairman, Democratic Leadership Council; married 
to the former Pamela Mary Plumb, M.D., 1971; three children: Joshua David, Cydney 
Marie, and Shannon Rose; elected to the 97th Congress, November 4, 1980; reelected to 
each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2344 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3604 ................... 225-6165 

Administrative Assistant. Stephen K. Patterson. FAX: 225-9746 

Appointment Secretary. Carrie Friar. 

Legislative Director. Stephanie W. Reed. 

Office Manager. Daniela Newville. 
P.O. Box 1265, 330 West Gray, No. 110, Norman, OK 73070 ............................. (405) 329-6500 

District Administrative Assistant, W. Vaughn Clark. 
103 Federal Building, Lawton, OK 73501 ....................................................... (405) 357-2131 

805 Main, Duncan, OK 73533 ................................................................................... (405) 252-1434 



Sf S: 5 : fc' ela ^? ^?. che ' Cotton, Garvin, Grady, Jackson, Jefferson, McClain, Oklahoma (except that portion 
503 !869 Districts), Stephens, and Tillman. POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY: McLoud, Population (1980), 



,73010-12, 73017 (part), 73018, 73020 (part), 73023, 73025-26, 73031, 73035, 

Tinon i /^"V'^-X-o-T SKT^" .-051-52, 73055, 73057, 73059 (part), 73065, 73067-72, 73074-76, 73079 (part), 
73080, 73081 $art) 73082 ,73089 73091, 73092 (part), 73093, 73095; 73098 (part), 73109 fc>art), 73110 (part), 73129 
fnartY 731 Ml ^3139 (part) 73140 73145, 73149 (part), 73150, 73153, 73160 $art),73165, 7?1 70, 73173, 73438 (part), 
part), ,73501-03, 73505-07, 73520-21, 73523, 73526-33, 73537-40, 73541 (part), 73542^3, 73545-46, 

? ( ^^ii!f ( ^\:ii?A:^ 9 7?^) 7356<Mi2 - 73 ^" 



FIFTH DISTRICT 



MICKEY EDWARDS, Republican, of Oklahoma City, OK; born July 12, 1937; B.A., 
^SST? 18111 ' Umversi jy <* Oklahoma, 1958; J.D., Oklahoma City University Law School, 
1969; lawyer; served 6 years as a newspaper reporter and editor; later as an advertising 
and public relations executive; editor of Private Practice magazine; legislative staff, Re- 
S^Vl?-* t ^ < ? rmg ^ommittee, Washington, DC; instructor of law and journalism at Okla- 
homa City University; author of "Hazardous to Your Health", the case against national 
S 6 ' l ^Pi and "Behind Enemy Lines", 1983; three times winner of the Free- 
t ? ! 1S?Hi llrtcd Outstandin Young Men in America, 1973; Phi Delta 
i ^P ?2 d ? *% Mason ; chairman, House Republican Policy Committee; 
Congress, November 2, 1976; Elected to each succeeding 



OKLAHOMA 102d Congress 261 

Office Listings 

2330 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3605 225-2132 

Administrative Assistant. Susan Cloud. 

Chief of Staff. Vicki Love Martyak. 

Executive Assistant/Scheduler. Tracy Grant. 

Press Secretary. Craig Veith. 
Suite 105, 900 Northwest 63d Street, Oklahoma City, OK 73116 (405) 321-4541 

Office Manager/Caseworker. Mona King. 

Suite 105, 114 North 4th Street, Ponca City, OK 74601 (405) 762-8121 

Suite 101, 1200 SE Frank Phillips Boulevard, Bartlesville, OK 74003 (918) 336-5436 



Counties: Kay, Logan, and Noble. CANADIAN COUNTY. All except that portion m the Sixth District OKLAHOMA 
COUNTY All except that portion in the Fourth and Sixth Districts OSAGE COUNTY All except that portion in the 
First District. WASHINGTON COUNTY: All except that portion in the First District Population (1980), 502,974 

ZIP Codes: 73007-08, 73013, 73016 (part), 73020 (part), 73027 (part), 73028 (part), 73034, 73044, 73045 (part), 73049- 
50, 73054 (part), 73056 (part), 73058, 73061, 73063 (part), 73066, 73073 (part), 73077, 73078 (part), 73083-84, 73097, 
73100, 73103 (part), 73107-08, 73109 (part), 73110 (part), 73111 (part), 73112-14, 73116, 73117 (part), 73118, 73119 
(part), 73120, 73122-23, 73127-28, 73131, 73132 (part), 73134, 73141-12, 73147-48, 73151, 73156-57, 73162, 73177- 
78, 73179 (part), 73180, 73757 (part), 74003 (part), 74005-06, 74022, 74029, 74032 (part), 74074 (part), 74083 (part), 
74601 (part), 74602, 74604, 74630 (part), 74631-32, 74633 (part), 74641, 74644, 74646 (part), 74647, 74651 (part), 
74652-54, 74881 (part) 



SIXTH DISTRICT 

GLENN ENGLISH, Democrat, of Cordell, OK; born in Cordell, November 30, 1940; 
graduated, Cordell High School, 1959; graduated, Southwestern State College, 1964, 
Weatherford, OK; served in U.S. Army Reserves, 1965-71, staff sergeant; business: oil 
and gas leasing, petroleum landman; extensive experience in government; executive direc- 
tor, Oklahoma State Democratic Party; married to the former Jan Pangle, 1970; elected 
to the 94th Congress, November 5, 1974; reelected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

2206 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3606 225-5565 

Appointment Secretary. Lee Elliott. 

Press Secretary. Greg Tucker. 

Special Assistant. Scott B. Ingham. 

252 Old Post Office Building, 215 Dean A. McGee Avenue, Oklahoma City, 
OK 73102 (405)231-5511 

Administrative Assistant Gary Dage. 

Federal Building, P.O. Box 3612, Enid, OK 73701 (405) 233-9224 

P.O. Box 1927, 1007 Main Street, Woodward, OK 73802 (405) 256-5752 



Counties: Alfalfa, Beaver, Beckham, Blaine, Caddo, Cimarron, Custer, Dewey, Ellis, Garfield, Grant, Greer, Harmon, 
Harper, Kingfisher, Kaowa, Major, Roger Mills, Texas, Washita, Woods, and Woodward. CANADIAN COUNT*: 
That part not contained in the Fifth District. OKLAHOMA COUNTY: That part not contained in the Fourth and Fifth 
Districts. Population (1980), 503,140. 

ZIP Codes: 73001, 73005, 73006 (part), 73009, 73014-15, 73016 (part), 73017 (part), 73021-22, 73024, 73028 (part), 
73029, 73033, 73036, 73038, 73040-43, 73047-48, 73053, 73056 (part), 73059 (part), 73062, 73064, 73073 (part), 73078 
(part), 73079 (part), 73085, 73090, 73092 (part), 73094, 73096, 73099, 73101-02, 73103 (part), 73104-O6, 73109 (part), 
73111 (part), 73115, 73117 (part), 73119 (part), 73121, 73124-26, 73129 (part), 73132 (part), 73133, 73135-36, 73139 
(part), 73143-44, 73146, 73149 (part), 73152, 73154-55, 73159, 73160 (part), 73169, 73176, 73179 (part), 73190, 73541 
(part), 73544, 73547, 73550, 73552 (part), 73554 (part), 73559 (part), 73564, 73566 (part), 73571, 73601, 73620, 73622, 
73624-28, 73632, 73638-39, 73641-42, 73644-48, 73650-51, 73654-56, 73658-64, 73666-69, 73673, 73701-03, 73706, 
73716-20, 73722-31, 73733-39, 73741-44, 73746-47, 73749-50, 73753-56, 73757 (part), 73758-64, 73766, 73768. 
73770-73, 73801-03, 73832, 73834-35, 73838, 73840-44, 73847-49, 73851-53, 73855, 73857-60, 73901, 73931-33, 
73935, 73937-39, 73942, 73944-46, 73947 (part), 73948-51, 74630 (part), 74636, 74640, 74643, 74646 (part) 



262 Congressional Directory OREGON 

OREGON 

(Population, 1980 census, 2,632,663) 

SENATORS 

MARK O. HATFIELD, Republican, of Portland, OR; born July 12, 1922, Dallas, OR- 
Willamette University (OR), B.A., 1943; Stanford University (CA), A.M., 1948; military 
service: U.S. Navy, lieutenant (jg-)j commanded landing craft at I wo Jima and Okinawa: 

duty during occupation of Japan and China Civil War; profession: education associate 

professor, political science, 1949-56; dean of students, 1950-56, Willamette University 
(OR), numerous honorary degrees; political: State representative, Marion County, 1950- 
54; State senator, 1954-56; Secretary of State, 1956-58; Governor, 1958-66; delegate, Na- 
tional Republican Conventions, 1952, 1956, 1960, 1964, 1968, and 1976; Temporary Chair- 
man and Keynote Speaker, 1964 Republican National Convention; author: "Not Quite So 
Simple" (1967), "Conflict and Conscience" (1971), "Between a Rock and a Hard Place" 
(1976); coauthor: "Amnesty: The Unsettled Question of Vietnam" (1973), "The Causes of 
World Hunger" (1982), "Freeze! How You Can Help Prevent Nuclear War" (1982) 
"What About the Russians" (1984); ranking minority member, Senate Appropriations 
Committee; member: Senate Rules and Administration Committee, Senate Energy and 
Natural Resources Committee, Joint Committee on Printing, Joint Committee on the Li- 
brary, for Memorial Commission Kennedy Center Board of Trustees, U.S. Capitol Preser- 
vation Commission; married Antoinette Kuzmanich; four children: Elizabeth, Mark O 
Jr., Theresa, and Charles Vincent (Visko); elected to the U.S. Senate on November 8* 
1966; reelected 1972, 1978, 1984, and 1990. 

Office Listings 

711 Hart Senate Office Building, Washington, DC 20510-3701 224-3753 

Administrative Assistant. Gerald W. Frank. 

Legislative Director. Sue Hildick. 

Personal/Appointment Secretary. Janet Lamos. 

Press Secretary. Bill Calder. 

Honeer Courthouse, Room 114, 555 SW. Yamhill, Portland, OR 97201 (503) 326-3386 

475 Cottage Street NK, Salem, OR 97308 (503) 363-1629 

Field Representative. Ray Naff. l ' 



PACKWOOD Republican, of Portland, OR; born in Portland, September 11, 
1932; greatgrandson of William H. Packwood, Oregon pioneer and member of the 
2 r f g * ^^^T^ C 01 ^ 011 he to i 1857; graduated from Portland public schools; 
T T W ^ lamc * e University, Salem, OR, 1954; president, Beta Theta Pi, social fraternity; 
LL.B, New York University School of Law, 1957; Root-Tilden Scholar and student 
body president; law clerk to former Oregon Supreme Court Justice Harold J. Warner, 
10*7 i ma I SfT 81 ^ 0berteufFer > November 25, 1964; a son, Bill, born January 14, 
1967; a daughter, Shyla, born December 1, 1970; elected to the State of Oregon Legisla- 

^ otn ; re *, le ^ 1964 ** 1966; elected to ^ U ' S - Senate 1968; reelected in 
1974, 1980, and 1986; Senate committees: ranking Republican and former chairman, of the 
Senate Fmance Committee; member, and former chairman, of the Senate Commerce, Sci- 
ence, and Transportation Committee; ranking Republican on the Communications Sub- 
committee; member: Foreign Commerce and Tourism Subcommittee- Surface Transporta- 
tion Subcommittee and the National Ocean Policy Study. ' 



Office Listings 

^5244 



Communications Director, Julia Brim-Edwards 
Office Manager, Jackie Wilcox. 



(503) 22.-3370 



OREGON 102d Congress 263 

REPRESENTATIVES 

FIRST DISTRICT 

LES AuCOIN Democrat of Portland, OR; born in Redmond, OR, October 21 1942- 
attended grade school m Redmond, Redmond Union High School and Pacific University' 
B.A. in journalism, 1969; newsman with the Redmond Spokesman, 1960 and 1964; volunl 
teered U.S. Army, infantry, 1961-64; newsman, the Portland Oregonian, 1965-66; director 
of public mformation and publications, Pacific University, 1966^73; administrator, Skid- 
more, Owmgs, and Merrill, 1973-74; State representative, Washington County 1971-75- 
majority leader, Oregon House of Representatives, 1973-75; chairman, House 'state and 
Federal Affairs Committee, 1973; chairman, House Rules Committee, 1974- member 
Ways and Means (Appropriations) Committee, 1974; member, State Emergency Board' 
1973-75; chairman, Washington County Drug Abuse Council, 1971-72- wife Susan 
AuCoin; daughter Stacy Lee AuCoin; son, Kelly Ray AuCoin; elected to the 94th Con- 
gress, November 5, 1974; reelected to each succeeding Congress; honorary associate at 
Institute of Politics in the JFK School of Government, Harvard University, 1974- 
member: House Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs; House Committee on 
Merchant Marine and Fisheries, 1975-80; chairman, House Task Force on Home Owner- 
ship, 1978; member, House Committee on Appropriations. 

Office Listings 

2159 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3701 225-0855 

Administrative Assistant. Bob Crane. 

Director of Policy Development. Rachel Gorlin. 

Office Manager. Lori Kannier. 

Press Secretary. Eileen Goldsmith. 
860 Montgomery Park, 2710 Vaughn Street NW., Portland, OR 97210 (503) 326-2901 

District Administrative Assistant. Bernie Bottomly. 



Counties: Clatsop, Columbia, Lincoln, Tillamook, Washington, and Yamhill MULTNOMAH COUNTY: That portion 
west of the Willamette River and Western Polk County. Population (1980), 526,433. 

ZIP Codes: 97005-07, 97016, 97018, 97034 (part), 97035 (part), 97048, 97051, 97053-54, 97056, 97062 (part) 97064 
97075-77, 97101-03, 97106-19, 97121-25, 97127-28, 97130-31, 97132 (part) "" " " '" "'~ ^^ "^ 



97143-49, 97200-Oi, 97203 (part), 97204-05, 97207-10, ' 97219 (part)r97221? 7 ^ 
97258, 97304 (part), 97338 (part), 97341, 97343-44, 97361 (part), 97364-69, 97371 (oart>. 97: 



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97361 ^ 64 - 69 ' 97371 o-* 97372 - 97376 97378 - 9738 - 



SECOND DISTRICT 

ROBERT F. (BOB) SMITH, Republican, of Burns, OR; born in Portland, OR on June 
16, 1931; attended Burns Elementary School; graduated, Burns High School, 1949; B.A., 
Willamette University, Salem, OR, 1953; rancher-owner; elected to the Oregon Legisla- 
ture, 1960-72; house majority leader and speaker pro tern, 1964-66; speaker of the house, 
1968-72; elected to Oregon State Senate, 1972-82; Senate Republican leader, 1978-82; ap- 
pointed Oregon's representative on President's Public Land Law Review Commission, 
1965-69; chairman of Oregon's Legislature's Public Lands Interim Committee, 1965-69; 
chairman of House Committee on State and Federal Affairs, 1965-69; member: Harney 
County Chamber of Commerce, Willamette University board of trustees, Masons, Elks, 
PACWEST Board; married to the former Kaye Tomlinson in 1966; three children: Chris- 
topher, Matthew, and Tiffany; elected on November 2, 1982 to the 98th Congress; re- 
elected to each succeeding Congress. 

Office Listings 

118 Cannon House Office Building, Washington, DC 20515-3702 225-6730 

Administrative Assistant. Paul R. Unger. FAX: 225-3129 

Personal Secretary/Office Manager/Systems Director. Roberta J. 

Clark. 

Press Secretary. David S. Redmond. 
Legislative Director. Pete Thomson. 

Suite E, 259 Barnett Road, Medford, OR 97504 (503) 776-4646 

771 Ponderosa Village, Burns, OR 97720 (503) 573-6112 



264 Congressional Directory OREGON 

Counties- Baker, Crook, Deschutes, Gilham, Grant, Harney, Hood River, Jefferson, Klamath, Lake, Malhcur 
w German, Uniatilla, Union, Wallowa, Wasco, and Wheeler JACKSON COUNTY. All, including MedfoS 

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Baker, roo, escues, i, , , , , , , acur 

German, Uniatilla, Union, Wallowa, Wasco, and Wheeler JACKSON COUNTY. All, including MedfoS 
exe ie northwest corner. JOSEPHINE COUNTY- All, including Grants Pass, except the northeast coiW 
Population (1980), 526,933. 

7TP Codes- 97001 97014 (part), 97021, 97029, 97031, 97033, 97037, 97039-41, 97044, 97050, 97057-58, 97063, 97065 
^74^97501-04 97520 1 97522-24, 97525 (part). 97526 (part), 97527, 97530-31, 97533-40, 97541 (part), 97543 
9760lU5 97620-27 9763C I 976324 1, 97701-02, 97707-08, 97710-12, 97720-22, 97730-41, 97750-54, 97756 97758- 
61 97801 97810 97812-14, 97817-21, 97823-28, 97830-31, 97833-46, 97848, 97850, 97856-57, 97859, 97861-62, 
9786^5 97867% 97872%, 97880, 97882-86, 97901-09, 97910 (part), 9791 1, 97913-14, 97917-20 ^ 



THIRD DISTRICT 

RON WYDEN, Democrat, of Portland, OR; born in Wichita, KS, May 3, 1949; attend- 
ed Garland Public School, Palo Alto, CA; graduated, Palo Alto High School, 1967; A.B., 
political science, with distinction, Stanford University, 1971; J.D., University of Oregon 
School of Law, 1974; lawyer; Iowa and American Bar Associations; director, Oregon 
Legal Services for the Elderly; public member, Oregon State Board of