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Boston Public Library 
Super i t of Documents 

NOV 29 1971 

DEPOSITORY 



92d CONGRESS : : : : 1st SESSION 

BEGINNING JANUARY 21. 1971 



HOUSE DOCUMENTS 



Vol. 5 



REPORT OF CLERK OF THE HOUSE 
July 1-Dec. 31, 1970 



UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1971 



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92° Congress j H0UgE 0F REPRESENT ATIVES { 5° CT S5 E ST 

1st Session } I JNO. y^J-54 



REPORT 



OF THE 



CLERK OF THE 
HOUSE 



FROM 



July 1, 1970, to December 31, 1970 




February 25, 1971. — Referred to the Committee on House Administration 
and ordered to be printed 



U.S. government printing office 

WASHINGTON : 1971 



LETTER OF SUBMITTAL 

February 24, 1971. 
The Honorable the Speaker, 
U.S. House of Representatives. 

Dear Sir: I have the honor to submit the semiannual report of 
the Clerk of the House of Representatives covering receipts and 
expenditures of appropriations and other funds for the period of 
July 1, 1970, through December 31, 1970, as prescribed by Public Law 
88-454 of August 20, 1964 (2 U.S.C. 104a). 

The semiannual report of the Clerk includes: (1) The name of 
every person to whom any part of such appropriations has been paid ; 
(2) if for anything furnished, the quantity and price thereof; (3) if for 
services rendered, the nature of the services, the time employed, the 
name, title, and specific amount paid to each person; and (4) a com- 
plete statement of all amounts appropriated, received, or expended, 
and any unexpended balances. 

Public Law 88-454 sets forth that the semiannual report of the 
Clerk shall be submitted to the House of Representatives not later 
than 60 days following the close of the semiannual period and shall 
be printed as a House Document. The report is submitted accordingly. 

With kindest regards, I am, 
Sincerely, 

W. Pat Jennings, 
Clerk, U.S. House of Representatives. 

Attachment. 

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CONTENTS 



Page 

Attending physician 210 

Automobile expenses: 

Majority Leader 360 

Minority Leader 360 

Speaker 359 

Capitol Police Board 360 

Capitol Police — uniforms and equipment 360 

Clerk hire, Members and Resident Commissioner 210 

Committee on Appropriations 381 

Consolidated working fund 363 

Furniture 357 

Government contributions 380 

House Beauty Shop (revolving fund) 379 

House Recording Studio ( revolving fund) 363 

Joint Committee on — 

Defense Production 359 

Internal Revenue Taxation 359 

Miscellaneous items: 

Employee's transportation expense 293 

Equipment 217 

Equipment maintenance 219 

Gratuities 221 

Interparliamentary reception 222 

Member's transportation expense 268 

Official bonds 222 

Official office expenses of Members outside of District of Columbia 245 

Official telephone expenses of Members outside of District of Columbia. 257 

Rental of office space 222 

Restaurant 222 

Supplies, materials, and services 212 

Official mail costs 363 

Postage 356 

Preparation of new edition of — 

District of Columbia Code 380 

United States Code 380 

Revision of the laws 356 

Salaries and expenses — officers and employees: 

Committee employees 202 

Committee on Appropriations 205 

Compilation of precedents of House of Representatives 201 

House Democratic Steering Committee 202 

House Republican Conference 203 

Majority and Minority printing clerks 205 

Minority employees 202 

Office of the — 

Chaplain 201 

Clerk 201 

Doorkeeper 201 

Legislative Counsel 208 

Majority Leader 204 

Majority Whip 205 

Minority Leader 204 

Minority Whip 205 

Parliamentarian ._ 201 

Postmaster 201 

Sergeant at Arms 201 

Speaker 201 

Official reporters of debates 205 

Official reporters to committees 205 

Salaries of officers and employees of the House of Representatives 3 

(V) 



VI 

Standing, Select, and Special Committees: 

Committee on — Page 

Agriculture 304 

Armed Services 305 

Banking and Currency 306 

District of Columbia 311 

Education and Labor 311 

Foreign Affairs 314 

Government Operations 315 

House Administration 317 

Interior and Insular Affairs 320 

Internal Security 322 

Interstate and Foreign Commerce 326 

The Judiciary 328 

Merchant Marine and Fisheries 330 

Post Office and Civil Service 331 

Public Works 332 

Rules 336 

Science and Astronautics 336 

Standards of Official Conduct 337 

Veterans' Affairs 338 

Ways and Means 340 

Select Committee on — 

Crime 342 

House Restaurant 350 

Small Business 350 

U.S. Involvement in Southeast Asia 352 

Special Committee — 

On Funerals 353 

To Investigate Campaign Expenditures 352 

Stationery (revolving fund) 364 

Stenographic reports 300 

Telegraph and telephone expense 354 



REPORT OF THE CLERK OF THE HOUSE 
FROM JULY 1, 1970, TO DECEMBER 31, 1970 

STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTABILITY FOR APPROPRIATIONS AND OTHER FUNDS FOR THE PERIOD 
JULY 1 THROUGH DEC. 31, 1970 

Unexpended balance, July 1, 1970... $6,824,697.84 

Appropriations and receipts: 

Current appropriations... $103,221,130.00 

Revolving fund receipts: 

Stationery revolving fund $405,242.09 

House Recording Studio revolving fund 61, 531.42 

House Beauty Shop revolving fund 83, 120.92 

549, 894. 43 

Proceeds from sale of miscellaneous items to be deposited 

in general fund of the Treasury 5,954.26 

— 103,776,978.69 

Total funds available 110,601,676.53 

Expenditures and transfers: 

Disbursements for salaries and other expenses less refunds 

and canceled checks 59,408,183.59 

Transfers deposited in the general fund of the Treasury 5,954.26 

59,414,137.85 

Unexpended balance, Dec. 31, 1970 _ 51,187,538.68 



STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS AND FUNDS FOR 6 MONTHS ENDED DEC. 31, 1970 
STATEMENTS OF ACCOUNTABILITY AND TRANSACTIONS 



Purpose 


Funds 
available 


Unexpended 

Net balance 

disbursements Transfers Dec. 31, 1970 


Salaries, officers and employees: 

1969 

1970 


$440, 507. 43 

240, 796. 79 

18,631,115.00 

19, 007. 98 

23, 855. 86 

48, 200, 000. 00 

6, 494. 83 

2,455.83 

77,300.00 

925,735.34 
1,664,316.52 
5, 875, 000. 00 

86, 447. 20 
62, 950. 99 
373,750.00 

31,024.83 

246, 858. 21 

6, 800, 000. 00 

146,473.11 

894,971.86 

3, 650, 000. 00 

102.66 

1,694.02 

35, 000. 00 

3, 039. 82 
164,431.75 
320.390.00 . 


$538.38 _ 

130,355.87 


$439, 969. 05 
110,440.92 


1971 


9,336,420.59 _ 


9,294,694.41 


Clerk Hire, Members and Resident Commis- 
sioner: 
1969 


26.25 


18,981.73 


1970 

1971 


1,033.54 

25,957,446.10 


22,822.32 
22,242,553.90 


Attending physician: 
1969... . 




6, 494. 83 


1970 


2, 374. 26 


81.57 


1971 

Miscellaneous items: 

1969 «, 

1970. 


28,701.41 

44,091.92 

796,779.79 


48, 598. 59 

881,643.42 
867.536.73 


1971 

Reporting of hearings: 

1969.. 


1,729,627.30 ($2,500.00) 4,142,872.70 
86, 447. 20 


1970 

1971 


60,711.40 

58,646.80 


2, 239. 59 
315,103.20 


Special and select committees: 
1969 


(391.26) 


31,416.09 


1970 


138,605.46 . 


108,252.75 


1971 


3,812,336.84 


2,987,663.16 


Telegraph and telephone: 
1969 


20, 235. 05 


126,238.06 


1970 


604, 298. 96 . 


290, 672. 90 


1971.. 


1,071,389.22 


2,578,610.78 


Revision of the laws: 
1969. 




102.66 


1970... 




1,694.02 


1971. . 


16,433.46 


18,566.54 


Postage stamps: 

1969 




3, 039. 82 


1970... 


158,146.51 


6, 285. 24 


1971 




320, 390. 00 



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STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATIONS AND FUNDS FOR 6 MONTHS ENDED DEC. 31, 1970 
STATEMENTS OF ACCOUNTABILITY AND TRANSACTIONS— Continued 



Purpose 



Funds Net 

available disbursements 



Transfers 



Unexpended 

balance 

Dec. 31, 1970 



Furniture: 

1967 .-_. $170.47 

1969 760.87 

1970 50,251.91 

1971 300,000.00 

Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation: 

1969 35,671.40 

1970 5,885.54 

1971 657,715.00 

Joint Committee on Defense Production: 

1969 22,019.79 

1970"""" 5,222.01 

1971 118,800.00 

Speaker's automobile: 

1969 565.31 

1970 940.65 

1971 15,750.00 

Majority Leader's automobile: 

1969 539.86 

1970 --- 1,092.02 

1971... 15,750.00 

Minority Leader's automobile: 

1969 83.29 

1970 502.95 

1971 15,750.00 

Capitol Police Board: 

1969 186,720.62 

1970 554,867.41 

1971 880,000.00 

Uniforms and equipment— Capitol Police: 

1969 666.61 

1970 28,237.91 

1971 134,000.00 

Statement of appropriations: 

1970 3,250.00 

1971. 6,500.00 

Consolidated working fund : 

1969 . 2,706.58 

1970 3,713.60 

Education of pages, 1971 112,310.00 

Official mail costs 11,244,000.00 

House Recording Studio -Revolving fund 189. 103.94 

Stationery -Revolving fund 2,451, 103.30 

House Beauty Shop— Revolving fund 87, 046.92 

Preparation of new edition of D.C. Code 152, 762. 02 

Preparation of new edition of U.S. Code. .- 75,454.20 

Government contributions: 

1970 12,088.06 

1971 4,300,000.00 

Miscellaneous receipts: 

Sale of wastepaper 2,709.31 

Sale of surplus property 975.00 

Sale of transcript of hearings 3, 375. 15 

Other (general fund) 5,450.45 

Grand total 110,608,232.18 



$49,695.75 
137,264.28 



(65.10). 
, 460. i ' 



320, 460. 49 



108. 14 
60, 299. 92 



736. 54 
7,081.20 



581. 20 
7, 135. 50 



500. 00 
7,898.95 



161,116.25 



22,264.99 
45,738.26 



3,713.60 



11,244,000.00 
15.331.53 
937,218.75 
85, 739. 73 
27,914.53 
32, 480. 98 



$2, 500. 00 



2,273,160.25 



2,709.31 

975.00 

3,375.15 

5,450.45 



$170.47 

760. 87 

556. 16 

162,735.72 

35,671.40 

5,950.64 

337,254.51 

22,019.79 
5,113.87 

58,500.08 

565.31 

204. 11 

8, 668. 80 

539. 86 

510.82 

8,614.50 

83.29 

2.95 

7,851.05 

186, 720. 62 
393,751.16 
880, 000. 00 

666. 61 

5,972.92 

88,261.74 

3,250.00 
6, 500. 00 

2, 706. 58 



112,310.00 



173,772.41 

1,516,384.55 

1,307.19 

124,847.49 

42,973.22 

12,088.06 
2, 026, 839. 75 



59,408,183.59 



12,509.91 51,187,538.68 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1970 

OFFICE OF HON. WATKINS M. ABBITT 

CALLIHAN, STEVE TO JULY 31 •• $541.47 

COUNCIL, ANNE H ■ 3,256.08 

FLETCHER, W FRED ••• 12/205. 74 

FOREHAND* C EDWARD, II FROM AJG« 1 7.505.90 

KEITH, LEAH GODWIN FROM NOV. 1 1,000.96 

MONTGOMERY, BARBARA J 7,435.68 

SICKMUND, BARBARA ANN t 4,088.64 

SRAIN, GARLAND t 2,916.14 

TAYLOR, CAROL B 2,905.32 

TRIPP, CARO.E F > 1,920.48 

WOODY, MARJORIE A • 6,56l-*8 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS G> ABERNETHY 

ABERNETHY, ALICE L t 5,366.64 

ALLEN, ANNE GENEVIEVE • •• 3,205.08 

BOWMAN, CAROL ANN I 4,347.36 

BYRD, MARTHA 3,949.57 

DEMOVILLE, LARKIN . 4,606.08 

GORDON, JULES TO 0CT.-31 »t 2,747.32 

ROWAN, ALFRED WAYNE t 720-12 

STEVENS, CLAIR 13, 671.66 

WEINGARTNER, FRANCES H 4,185.64 

OFFICE OF HON. E. ROSS ADAIR 

DIGGINS, JAM LOUISE TO NOV. 31 • • 1,795.15 

FRANCELLA, CAROLYN J .. 1,315.74 

GARBER, MILDRED H t 11,178.78 

GRIMMER, EDWARD PAUL FROM JULY 16 TO AUG. 31 538.55 

HAN3ELMAN, VICKI LYNN FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 18 574. 45 

HERVEY, H ALLEN 4,182.58 

HILLS, MARGARET LOUISE • 3,504.44 

KNOP, JOHM RICHARD ., 6,962-78 

LAND, NINA < TO NOV. 31 • 3,568.90 

LEE, LILA VIRGINIA 8,671-56 

MALOLEY, NAMCY ANN , 4,182-58 

MORR, JERRI LYNN TO JULY 15 •« 179-52 

ROBILLARD, JEAN E 4,344.53 

SMITH, FREDERIC N 10,993-60 

OFFICE OF HON. BROCK ADAMS 

BAIRD, ZOE E FROM AUG- 1 TO AUG- 16 57.20 

BLONDEN, SHIRLEY A TO SEPT- 30 AND FROM OCT- 5 5,488.50 

BUT:HiAN, ALAN A ............ 1 1 10,443*24 

CARY, SUSAN M I. 4,056.30 

CHELEDINAS, ROSE 5, 613-24 

CORDILL, MARION J 9,734.28 

DEPUY, JACQUES D B 7,477.68 

DICKEY, LINDA ANNE FROM SEPT. 1 t 1,927.16 

GAIN, BRIAN D TO AUG. 31 -i 1,295.05 

HIGGINS, KATHLEEN FROM SEPT. 1 1,308.80 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. BROCK ADAMS 

KELLEY, RICHARD C TO OCT. 31 81,725.88 

OTLEY, PATRICIA E FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,000.05 

PELZMAN, FRANCIS S FROM DEC" 1 M 750.17 

ROBINSON, ROBERTA R • 6,039.24 

SAVAGE/ CYNTHIA L t 3,442.08 

SIDRAN, MARK TO JULY 31 •, 1,236.48 

TONER* WALTER B, JR FROM NOV. 1 i 1,200.76 

WEISSMAN, MARGE 4,444.38 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH P. ADDABBO 

BLECHER, YVETTE FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

BREWER, MARIE BROWN 

BROMBERG, MARLYS L I «• 

CERTIS, JOY E 

CONIGLIO, FRANK A FROM SEPT. 11 • 

COPP, F MARY FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV" 31 

FERRIS, ANNETTE M FROM SEPT. 1 

FIORE, A EDWARD i 

GOODZEIT, MILTON H TO JULY 31 

GORMLEY, HELENA BRODT , 

GOTTFRIED, LILLIAN FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

GRAY, MARIE RUTH 

GURIAN, BEATRICE FROM AUG. 1 

MACDONALD, HELEN T , 

MCCRACKEN, 3E0RGE A FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

MOLE, RALPH FROM DEC- 1 i 

RASKOPF, WILLIAM TO JULY 31 >t 

REID, HELEN T TO AUG. 31 

SURIC3, ANGELO M 

ZANAZZI, ROSINA TO AUG. 1 AND FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 10 

OFFICE OF HON. CARL ALBERT 

ANDERSON, W K «... i « 6,173.28 

BROWN, CAROLYN SUE TO AUG. 21 «i 686.56 

ENGLISH, VERNEIL G 10,866.48 

FOLSOM, ROY DON TO AUG- 15 «t 605.79 

HOLMES, IM03ENE t. 6, 561-48 

HOWARD, CAROLE K • i 6,56l«48 

JETER, SHIRLEY FROM DEC- 28 45.26 

KITCHENS, TAMARA I 4,336.58 

LANE, SARA DEAN FROM AUG- 17 2, 35*. 67 

REED, MICHAEL L 10,160.04 

RIKARD, HANSEN I 5,178.40 

RITTER, POLLY TO AUG. 21 •■ 686.56 

TUTTLE, HELEN NEWMAN i 6, 561.48 

OFFICE OF HON. BILL ALEXANDER 

BAILEY, FRANCES BARTON FROM JULY 1 3,053.58 

DAVIDSON, SHARON LEE TO JULY 14 ., 315.49 

EDMONDSON, SARA W FROM OCT. 11 1,445.06 





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76 


2 


167 


S6 


2 


911 


62 


5 


591 


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3 


390 


09 




459 


96 


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273 


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96 




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57 


1 


176 


74 


6 


107 


36 


1 


232 


76 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. BILL ALEXANDER 



ENOCH. JOHN D TO OCT. 10 «t • 

HAYDEN, HELEN E FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 11 

HEAP. MARTHA ELLEN FROM OCT. 1 ■• • 

HIGGINBOTHAM, CAROLE L 

HOLMES. VIRGINIA LEE FROM SEPT. 1 t 

JEFFORDS. CLIFFORD H • 

JEFFORDS. LAVINA J n 

MOORE. HA9RY TRUMAN • 

MOORE. THOMAS ALVA FROM AJG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

NEALE. ELIZABETH S n 

SMITH. JULIA ROSE • 

THOMAS. DOROTHY LAINE FROM OCT. 10 

OFFICE OF HON. GLENN M. ANDERSON 

ANDERSON. HARRY R , 

ANDRE*. ROBERT L FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 

31 

BLAS. ELIZABETH S TO NOV. 31 ■• 

CASTILLO. DARLENE J FROM SEPT. 1 

CASTLE. ADA M FROM DEC- 12 

DAVIS. CHRISTOPHER FROM AJG. 1 TO AUG- 31 AND FROM DEC 

12 i 

DOBBINS. CHARLES R FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG- 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

TO NOV. 31 •• 

EDDY. GEORGIA ANN TO AUG- 31 •• 

GARVIN. HAROLD W FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM DEC. 

1 

HAYWARD, DAVID KENNETH FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 31 

HERRERA. MICHAEL D FROM OCT. 22 TO OCT. 31 

HOTTINGER* JOHN C FROM DEC- 1 t • 

LAMBERT. HENRY R FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

TO OCT. 31 .ti 

LUCE. ELIZABETH B FROM DEC* 1 • 

MADISON. HERBERT C it 

MANDELL. JUDITH MANGELS TO AUG. 31 «i 

ONG. EDNA MAY D FROM DEC- 1 i 

PEARSON, JANET P FROM SEPT. 1 TO DEC 11 • 

RAMIREZ, ANNA M i 

SCHABLE, SARAH C TO DEC 11 •• 

SMITH, ALICE M • 

TAL8ERT, LANELLE D • 

THOMAS, DANNA K • 



*4, 814.40 
1,069.99 
1,350.88 
3,802.12 
2,50l«*4 
8, 937. 86 
4,029-32 
7,868.61 
600. 38 
4, 5*0. 28 

13,671.66 
3.125.92 



12.962.18 



2.652 

2,915 

2,068 

417 

1,5*1 



3,000 


92 


1,085 


36 


2,799 


6* 


1,000 


05 


230 


30 


1,000 


05 


3,39* 


35 


575 


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5,931 


19 


1,379 


0* 


517 


19 


1,908 


93 


4, 105 


3C 


3,53* 


11 


4,298 


82 


4,770 


96 


3,821 


82 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN B» ANDERSON 



AHNELL, ELIZABETH W 
BODORFF, RICHARD J 
CIEMBRONO»IICZ, DAVID 
DUNLA", LOCKSLEYJEAN 
FROST, 3ARBARA 
GIB30M, ALAN B 
GOLDSTEIN, JESSICA 



TO JULY 6 AND FROM SEPT. 2 TO OCT. 2 

FROM JJLY 27 TO SEPT. * 

TO AUG. 14 •. • 

FROM OCT. 1 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 



2,401 -06 
474.99 
549.99 

3,598.94 

1,053" 16 
450.46 

3, 186.33 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN 8. ANDERSON 

GRAVES, JOAM IRENE TO AUG. 31 S2,ll2«64 

HAESL30P, MARY ELLEN FROM OCT. 1 2, 125.17 

HOXIE, JULIE E TO OCT. 8 1,634.90 

JEFFREY, SUZAMNE G FROM OCT. 5 1,930.27 

KOL^JES, MAE B PROM SEPT. 8 • 942-65 

LINDB.ADE, MILDRED I t 3,037.62 

MOFFETT, HOWARD M I • 10,522.73 

NILES, JOAN M FROM JJLY 1 i 4, 007.76 

PLISKA, LEONARD P TO JULY 31 .«...• 2,199-69 

STOCKMAN, DAVID A t 4,385.07 

W0LFENS3ERGER, DONALD • 6,6*5.79 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM R. ANDERSON 

BELL, BILLIE JEAN FROM DEC. 1 • 

BUCK, T KERMA-IAN FROM SEPT. 1 

BUCK, THOMAS F FROM AUG. 1 • 

EBERSOLE, RICHARD J FROM JULY 1 TO OCT- 15 

ETZEL, CECILIA 

GRENFELL, JANE DOUGLASS FROM SEPT. 11 TO SEPT. 30 

HOOPER, JERE D, SR • 

LAMPLEY, PHOEBE LEE TO JULY 4 

MCCAULEY, RAYETTA I 

MILLER, JULIA MYRL • 

POWERS, WILLIAM M t 

SHANNON, VIRGINIA LEE FROM JULY 16 TO AUG. 29 

SHEEHAN, HA30.D ROBERT FROM AUG. 10 TO SEPT. 10 

SIMPSON, JACQUELINE M TO JULY 31 

TOLSO^J, CORITHA L • 

WHITE, JOHN J 

WISE, JAMES ALAN • 

ZOLLAR, CAROLYN C FROM OCT. 11 

OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE W. ANDREWS 

FINLAYSON, MA3EL • 4,387.80 

GILBERT, THOMAS MARTIN ■ 11,680.32 

HAMMOND, EVA ■• 10,060.54 

HEACOCK, MARIE B •■ 4,524.45 

JEBELES, ERIE B 6,627.96 

NOBLIN, GEORGE M 6, 661-20 

ODEN, RAY LAWRENCE FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,065.94 

PARKER, RJTH W 5,276.88 

STAPLES, PAJL TO SEPT. 30 1,955.37 

OFFICE OF HON. MARK ANDREWS 

AUSTIN, JAMES A i. 9,488.86 

BALDWIN, DIANE S t 4,301-57 

BOND, MARY ANN i 5,662-46 

BOYJM, KELLEY P FROM AJG- 1 TO AUG- 31 750.17 

CANDOR, ANN L • 3,450.62 

DUCHSCHERER, DARLENE TO JULY 23 • 379.32 





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3 


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4 


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2 


592 


56 


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82 




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82 


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47 


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88 




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54 


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56 


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282 


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66 


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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. MARK ANOREWS 

GLADUE, DENISE S3, 118.75 

GRANDY, ELIZABETH M FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 750.17 

GUINN, DOROTHY F ,. ,. 8,454.72 

JARDINE, JOHN CLIFFORD 4,6l5.35 

LARIVEE, MOMICA E i 2,995.38 

OLSEN, VAN R i 12,028.71 

POLS, CYNTHIA M from JULY 21* TO AUG. 7 311.13 

PREBOSKE, JOHN J 5,464.56 

PYLE, ROBERT N FROM DEC. 1 1,000.05 

WANBERG, SUSAN K FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 24 475.25 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK ANNUNZIO 

ALTIMARI, LEONARD 6,04l.f6 

AZHDERIAN, ANNA 9,824*10 

BASKIND, ANITA L FROM SEPT. 10 2,833.86 

BATIE, CAROLYN MARIE FROM DEC" 1 458.90 

DELETTO, JOSEPH , 7,368.54 

DONALDSON, CHRISTINE 3,588.42 

HALVERSON, MARLENE TO AUG. 15 1,086.84 

KAMIN3,: CLIVE D t 3,894.54 

LATO, ROSE 4,803-60 

LIF3EY, E DIANE 3, 510.84 

METELIT3, STEPHANIE FROM AJG. 10 TO AUG. 31 321.23 

ROMANO, ARTHUR i 3,l fc 1.4C 

SALAMONE, JOHN FROM AJG- 1 i 2,3?5.66 

SMALL, CASSANDRA M TO NOV. 30 3,245.45 

VENTURA, JOSEPH T 6,041.46 

OFFICE OF HON. LESLIE C ARENDS 

COPLEY, DOUGLAS M , 10,115.52 

HUNNICUTT, SHARON I 5,868.54 

KILROY, RUTH S 7,035.12 

MCHALE, ALVINA M i 4,347.36 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN M. ASHBROOK 

ARMSTRONG, 3E0RGE C FROM JULY 5 6,513.17 

BAUS, LUCILLE M 2,321.12 

8IS3EY, JEAN B 4,736.90 

CHAPMAN, DE3RA JO FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 403.86 

CHAPMAN, RICHARD E i 6,337.92 

GERIG, JUDITH ANN FROM AJG. 1 TO AUG" 31 403.86 

GIFFEN, WILLIAM W • 9,2l8>92 

GULLICKSON, REBECCA S TO SEPT. 30 2,732.28 

LONG, ROBERT F , 3,285.24 

LUNDY, ROBIN FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 31 647.75 

MAROHL, RHONDA FROM DEC* 1 • 354. 47 

MILES, STEPHEN R FROM SEPT. 1 1,866.10 

MILLER, LOIS ANN FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 647.75 

MYERS, CARROLL JEAN FROM JJLY 1 • 2,891.47 

ROBERTS, FRANKI F , 5,199.36 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN M. ASHBROOK 

WAYMAN, CYNTHIA L I $5,346-75 

WHEATLEY, ELECTRA C t. 11*139.55 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS L- ASHLEY 

ANDERSON, MURIEL A 4, 292.08 

BERG, PHILIP JAY FROM AUG- 1 3,557-43 

CLENDENING, JJNE G t 11,597.76 

GARNER, ELIZABETH 5,138.16 

KINZLER, PETER , 7,853-36 

LYNCH, SANDRA S TO AUG. 7 ..» 913-57 

MACADAMS, MONICA TO OCT. 31 •■ 1,8?7.16 

MILLER, MARY D t 3, 915.16 

NUNN, CHARLIE B 4,438.08 

RINCK, SANDRA LEE i 7,164.22 

SHORT, M DOLORES 1 941-34 

TOMSIC, BETTY i 5,264.60 

ZUROWSKI, JOYCE M 3, 314.64 

OFFICE OF HON. WAYNE N. ASPINALL 

BERTORELLO, EVELYN • 9,425.52 

CLEARY, WILLIAM H « • 12,590.58 

GROSS, CHRISTINA MARIE TO AUG. 31 •. 1,123.34 

KEATING, EDWARD ». 3, 517.38 

MICHIELI, RONALD A 9,425.52 

SCATES, J C TIM i 5,252.97 

SHERIDAN, HARRIET i 13,671-66 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM H. AYRES 

BROYHILL, BROWARDINE R TO NOV. 30 ••• • 7,056.70 

FISKE, MARY JANE i 9, 015.82 

GARRETT, THADDEUS, JR TO JULY 31 800.60 

HOLLISTER, R03ERT T 2,005.98 

JONES, SARAH M i 9,729.04 

MACK, NAN E FROM AUG. 1 I • 2,801-65 

MAHAN, ONNIE OUIDA TO OCT- 31 ••• 2,801-20 

OBRIEN, NORA i 9,837.34 

POE, LUCILLE T 2,005.98 

SCHWALL, RITA W 13,671-66 

SMITH, ROBERTA A FROM NOV. 1 i 1,000-96 

WOJCIK, FRANCES L , 1,663-98 

OFFICE OF HON. WALTER S- BARING 

BARBER, MARIANNE FROM JULY 1 i 1,873-11 

BARING, MARJORIE L • 4,827.36 

BELL, CHARLES R TO SEPT. 30 6,827.91 

BURTON, JANE FROM OCT. 12 • 1,678.75 

CAMERON, MARY T • 6,920-04 

DOLLARD, LOJISE I 8,123-46 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WALTER S« BARING 

FATZ, SANDRA L it $3,780.92 

FAY, MARYANNE T i 4,373.20 

HOWARD, ROBERT M • 7,953.00 

KATAWCZIK, HELEN CAROL i 4,567.84 

POWELL, DOROTHY L n 6,072.40 

STENGEL, SHIRLEY J i 3,730*50 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM A. BARRETT 

CAIN, ROSE M .....! 13,671.66 

CHAMBERLAIN. 1 AGNES C t • 13,663.74 

CORBETT, ANNA D •• I 8,040.18 

CUFFELD, JULIA H 3,256.08 

DISALVATORE, DOMENICK 2,880.00 

DOLAN, ELIZABETH G 2,66*«78 

GLICK, JONATHAN A FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 565.67 

RAGO, MICHAEL J 2,892-66 

SILLS, J R09ERT FROM JULY 1 i 5,056.56 

SOLIMEO, ANTHONY •••■ 2,892.66 

TAVANI, ARTHUR it 2,892.66 

OFFICE OF HON. J. GLENN BEALL, JR. 

BAKER, DAMON W TO AUG. 31 •!•• 

CARLINER, KATHLEEN FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

EARLY, MARILYN t« 

HARDEGREE, PE3GY FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

KUHN, JACQUELINE A TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 

MARKEY, DAVID J ■ 

PETERSON, JO ANNE 

RICHARDSON, LYNNE FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

RUST, DAVID A FROM JULY 1 • 

SAUM, SUSAN KATHRYN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

SHAFFER, ELOISE > 

SIKO, NELLIE A i 

SIMON, CONNIE W i 

SMITH, DIANE F FROM AJG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 

THOMAS, WILLIAM DENNIS TO AUG" 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 

UTZ, BERNADETTE A 

VOGELSANG, C DIANE FROM SEPT. 1 

WILLIAMSON, LINDA KAY FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

OFFICE OF HON. PAGE BELCHER 

BETHEA, MARGARET M 5,810.9'. 

BOLINGER, MARY ANN 3, 512.66 

CAVEDO, MARGARET CLEGG 5,366.64 

COONS, NANCY C FROM SEPT. 1 3,305.76 

HIGGINS, MARY CLAIRE • • 9,554.64 

HOURANI, MAY M TO AUG. 22 AND FROM SEPT. 1 3,507.25 

JAMES, JERRY =RESTON ,,....... 7,737.96 

LOPP, VERA F i 4,974.96 

MCCARTHY, ATH4LIE ANN i 6, 008.58 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. PAGE BELCHER 

SEVIER* SARA ROSALIE t $7, 91*. 98 

TONEY, JOSE D HlNE V » • l,56l«38 

OFFICE OF HON. AL°l-ONZO BELL 

ALBAUM, JUDITH W TO JULY 31 •. • 797.88 

BLADES, RICHARD • i • 13,032'<*2 

CHACONAS, STERHANY • 4,100.77 

DEGASON, STEPHANIE F 3,837.19 

DICKERHOFF, WILMA 4,220.70 

DDDSON, ELAINE M FROM AJG« 14 2,74l«74 

HILLEARY, FELICIA 1,646.88 

HOUSE, DALE W 7,495.84 

KAUFFMAN, JOAMNE M TO JULY 31 •■■ 895.80 

KUHN, UANET it 8,07*«04 

MARSHALL, UAMES C t 9,343.20 

MILLER, CRAIG SCOTT FROM AUG" 1 • 4,170.40 

RI05, ANTONIO A 1,434.90 

WEBB, LEAH Z • 5,342-16 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES E. BENNETT 

BEIERLE, ELIZABETH T FROM SEPT. 1 

BISHOP, VERA WEATHERLY 

COHEN, GLENN E FROM SEPT. 21 TO OCT. 31 

DAVIS, SHARON H i 

GIBBS, ELIZABETH TO UULY 31 

GREEN3URG, MARY ANN TO JULY 17 «t • 

HARRIS, RIC< EUGENE 

MALYS, MELISSA FROM AJG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

OATES, SANDRA HELENE TO OCT. 31 .. 

SEWELL, J RICHARD TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 5 

SMITH, UEAN CHEEK FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 31 

STILTNER, SHARON L i 

STRAUBE, OONI N ° 

STRINGFELLOW, AUDREY W , 

TAMAR30, JOSEPH WILLIAM FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

VANNELSON, NICHOLAS L 

OFFICE OF HON. E. Y. BERRY 

COLEMAN, CHAMP FROM SEPT. 1 1,506.34 

DALY, GEORGE F FROM DEC. 1 1,288.26 

DALY, MAVIS G 13,671*66 

EDDS, STEPHEN CHARLES TO SEPT. 30 3,000.15 

LOWERY, FAITH MARIE • 6,985.97 

MURRAY, RICHARD J FROM JULY 1 ■• 4,224.79 

NEPSTAD, DOROTHY E i • 2,4ll.**0 

PARRISH, DANIEL MARTIN FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,20'»'37 

RICE, MARILYN UEAN TO SEPT. 15 t •• 2,236.10 

SATTLER, LEIGHTON E TO NOV. 14 •• • 7, 313.50 

SIEH, KITTIE MARIE FROM JULY 1 t 3,762*54 

SLATER, MYRNA R FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 830.74 



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11 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. E. Y. BERRY 

VENMERS, JOHN P S7, 817.65 

WHITE, DORIS M FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 31 405.01 

WOOLEY, JOHVJ D FROM JJLY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,136.68 

OFFICE OF HON. JACKSON E. BETTS 

DILLON; BRENDA R i,, u «,38 

HEYDINGER, JANE FROM NOV. 1 1,085.36 

HYNES, MARGARET w 7,956.49 

MINTER, FRANCES E t 4,201-80 

PIPE, GORDON RUSSELL t 10,229.28 

RALLY, A MERLE TO AUG. 15 184.29 

RATTI, DONNA KAY 4,444.38 

SCH10TZER, MARY F 2,340.30 

ZAHN, DONALD M 12,715.20 

OFFICE OF HON. TOM BEVILL 

BARNETT, 3E0RGE M 11,780.22 

BETEN9AUGH, G C . 10,176.18 

COCHRAN, MARY M 3,538*20 

JOHNSON, BETTY S 6,960.36 

KANACOPOULOS, J i 4,153-32 

KELLER, MAVIS L 3,538.20 

MADDOX, SANDRA ANN ■ 1,005*18 

MASON, MARY KATHERENE 4,153.32 

PATTERSON, LELA P FROM JJLY 1 2, 912.38 

POU, MARY SPOTTSWOOD 3,46*> i *8 

PRESCOTT, LOUISE E 4,056.30 

WATTS, CHARLES C, JR 8,040.18 

OFFICE OF HON. MARIO BIAGGI 

ALSTON, MAGGIE FROM OCT- 1 TO OCT. 31 1,000.05 

BRENNAN, JOHN J FROM SEPT. 1 3,327.52 

CAPPIELLO, JOSEPHINE FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,000.05 

CICCONE, CHARGES V 9,072*06 

CRONIN, THOMAS F, JR 8, 519*70 

DOLAN, MARGARET M FROM DEC* 1 • 1,000.05 

DRA3NICH, LINDA T 3,846.06 

DWYER, MATTHEW R TO JULY 31 1,760.51 

FELL, HELEN M FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG- 31 2,149.72 

GORDON, G-ORIA RUTH FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 31 1,000.05 

ILCHUK, PETER K 5,000.25 

LEVINE, RAY 4,681*20 

LIF3HITZ, GLADYS FROM JJLY 1 TO JULY 31 433.59 

MAROTTA, EILEEN M 3,6*8.38 

MEISTER, RUTH 2, 66*. 78 

NOLAN, CARO. 3,?l2*4C 

SOLOMON, DORIS B 7,053*34 

SPADO. A, JANET ANN , 3,658.38 



53-476 O - 71 - 2 



12 

SAURIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD G. BIESTER, JR. 

ARMES, MARION B S3, 286. 31 

DUCANDER, MARY ELLEN t 11,596.28 

GLASER, BERNARD 7,410.49 

KIEL, JAMES S, JR i 8,290.70 

KOSTERLITZKY, MARY L •. 5,005.09 

LAUDENSLA3ER, SUSAN FROM JULY 1 4,0l2«26 

NELSON, GENIE M 4,3*9.65 

SALLADA, ELIZABETH L • S,U*.49 

SIENKIEWICZ, STANLEY TO AUG. 31 668.66 

SULLIVAN, VALERIE C TO JULY 1* 3fc4.09 

WOLF, FRANK R 10,510.93 

WOOD, BRUCE C TO AUG. 31 •. 600.26 

OFFICE OF HON. JONATHAN B. BINGHAM 

ALTMAN, PAULA 

CONDLIFFE, ARTHUR J FROM JULY 1 • 

DANIE., KATHIE S 

DYE, ROY AUGUSTUS, III FROM DEC. 16 

ENDICOTT, WILLIAM T FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

FELSEMTHAL, LUCILLE • 

KLOTZ, JOHN C TO OCT. 31 

LONG, PATRICIA C ■• 

LOPES, PATRICIA M FROM NOV 1 t 

MAJAK, RA.PH ROGER 

MARLEY, PATRICIA R FROM NOV. 1 • 

NEZIN, RUTH K 

PERRY, SHEELA3H JEAN 

PHILLIPS, DOROTHY FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM DEC. 

1 

SPRING, SHARON D TO OCT. 31 

SUDOW, ELLEN L FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

VLASTO, JAMES S FROM A JG • 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 

1 TO DEC* 15 

WERBLOOD, MAR< F FROM JJLY 1 TO JULY 31 

OFFICE OF HON. BENJAMIN B. BLACKBURN 

BANDY, JANET L FROM SEPT. 1 2,358.80 

BASHOOR, JANET A 5,366.64 

BASKERVILLE, PARKE 1 TO AUG. 31 1, 179.40 

BOYD, BLAIR JOAN • 4,68l«20 

DIEHL, KATHY EILEEN • 3,959.28 

DILLARD, 3EN H 13,671*66 

DUNrOIB, CHRISTINE TO JJLY 31 5*2.68 

FEY, NANCY L FROM AJG« 1 2,2?2.30 

HARDAWAY, JOHN • 10,229.28 

HAYNES, LINDA P 3,959.28 

HENDERSON, LAURA V • 4,347.36 

MULROONEY, ROSEMARY • 4,68l'20 

SLYE, MARY ANN 3,5*8.90 

TIDWELL, DREW V, III 5,33*>«00 

WALTON, BETTY J 2,5C6.02 



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13 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. RAY BLANTON 

ALLDER, SALLY JANE TO OCT. 31 82,595.95 

DRIVER/ SANDRA LEHMAN 4,065.69 

GAMBLE, JOHN L 8,960.59 

HOLSCLAW, SJSAN P 4,6fr3.43 

JOHMSON, 3A L E D 9,207.46 

KOLBERG, DIANE E 2,288.98 

LANCASTER, SARAH L TO AUG. 31 • 900.92 

MEDLIN, DORIS ANN FROM AJG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

TO NOV. 31 1,484.28 

POPE, ANN B 3,302-96 

POPE, WILLIAM L, JR 6,461.76 

ROWELL, BETTY JEAN , 3,302«96 

TATUM, AARON FRANCIS TO JULY 31 401.55 

WEAVER, SHERRY A FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 31 338.60 

YANCEY, ALLEN, JR 3,730.50 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN A. BLATNIK 

ALLEN, MARGARET L FROM SEPT. 1 2,114.23 

ANDOLSEK, KATHRYN M TO SEPT. 30 1,697.01 

FLAX, CHARLOTTE 6,661.20 

GABEL, CARO.INE D 5,399.45 

GIBSON, MARTHA J , 3,554.28 

HARRIS, KATHLEEN MARIE , 4,056.30 

LACARIA, GANCIE JANE 10,775.46 

MARSHALL, ROBERT 3 FROM JJLY 1 TO AUG. 31 949.27 

OBERSTAR, JAMES L 13,387.56 

RUBIN, GLORIA ANN , 4,i C 4.84 

YARRINGTON, MARY JANE 6, 661-20 

YOUMG, MICHAEL PHILIP FROM UJLY 1 TO JULY 31 390.05 

OFFICE OF HON. HALE B0G3S 

BATCHELLER, JEAN C 1 5, 819.14 

BJDLONG, MARION , 6,068.95 

CHAMBLI3S, WILLIE D , 1,954.68 

KAVALJIAN, MOLL IE P 7,611-96 

KELLY, JEANNA R 1,209«23 

MAHONY, PATRICIA J 7,143.12 

MANNING, ETHEL L 4,282.68 

MCGEOWN, NANCY M , 6,30 4 ».98 

NICKENS, JAMES T FROM AJG. 1 4,602.25 

RATHE, 3ARBARA A 12,890.40 

VOELKER, EVA S 7,134.78 

WALTERS, 3ARBARA 1 , 3,292.50 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD P. BOLAND 

CAMPBELL, JOAN FAY 1 7,637.16 

CREIGHT3N, ANNE M , 9,260.82 

DENISON, LINDA F ,. 4,877.04 

DONOGHUE, PATRICK J 12,372.54 

GALLAGHER, NOREEN M 4,635.21 



14 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD P. BOLAND 

KANE/ KATHLEEN A $3,5*4*58 

KEANEY, JOHN! DAVID • • • • 7,*67.63 

KOKONOWSKI, PAUL R 7, 159*74 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD BOLLING 

BODIN30M* LAURENCE • 13*671*66 

BROWN* DOLORES L • 4*0*0.10 

CAMPBELL* JUDY ANN t **97*f*96 

HUDGENS* DEANNA DIXIE i *,1?0*98 

LEWIS* ELEANOR Q • 5*909*76 

ROSTOV* STANLEY D TO OCT. 31 3*539*68 

SNIEZEK* R03ERT A 2*290*92 

SUMIDA* GLADYCE T • 6*337.92 

UHL* GLADYS B • 13*663*7* 

WARREN* MYRNITH MAY 3**58.10 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK T. BOW 

CARR, JUDITH A TO SEPT. 30 2,732.28 

DOLAN, ANDREW P FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 668.66 

FALLS* JESSEMINE A 7*368*5* 

FRANCE* GEORGE H t 5*909*76 

FRAZIER* ERMEST M * *. 5,301*36 

KOCH* MAXlNE E t • 8*8*4*60 

LAUGHLIN, MARVIN FROM SEPT* 10 *.••• *70.3l 

LEKANDER, GILBERT 13,671*66 

MORELAND, SOPHIA * • 5**6*>*56 

MUR'HY* GRACE ANN i • **250.3* 

RESS* ROBERT J* JR ••• 1,2*9*30 

SAVILLE, RUSSELL P • 720.12 

WATKINS, LAJRA E • 3,3*5.96 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN BRADEMAS 

BAS3ETT, CAROL TO AUG. 31 1,238.16 

CLA JSSEMIUS* JOY B FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 1* 599.73 

FITZNER, BEVERLY A FROM JULY 1 3*307.08 

FOX* EDNA T 6,59'»*72 

GASEOR* KATHLEEN M **737.60 

GIB30M, CHERYL L i 3*623*68 

GILLESPIE* MARY K FROM OCT. 1 1*332*39 

H0J>.ACKI* WILLIAM P FROM OCT. 5 TO NOV. * 1,379.22 

HOSINSKI, MARY JANE FROM AUG. 9 *,5l0.1* 

LLOYD-JONES, DAVID A FROM NOV. 1 TO DEC 15 1,500.08 

MCGEE, MARIE V FROM SEPT. 8 2,938.75 

MCGOVERN, JOSEPH J FROM AJG* 5 5,522*30 

MERCANTINI, SAMUEL FROM AJG* 17 3,085.0* 

RIBARICH, AGNES M t 5,522*70 

S T EVENS, L NYE, II 8,997.82 

SULLIVAN,, TRANK, jr FROM JULY 1 TO AUG* 8 I,*l8.53 

SUTTON, MARY JO TO SEPT. 7 • • •*• 1,7*2.45 

TETZLAFF, THEODORE R TO AUG* * ••• 1,153*61 



15 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN BRAOEMAS 

VIVIAN/ JAMES R, III TO AJG. 16 41/560.77 

WILKIE/ CJRTIS CARTER TO OCT. 4 AND FROM DEC 17 3/215.53 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK J. BRASCO 

B3B0/ JUDITH R 5/108.24 

BRUNO/ JOANNE LEE • 3/714.48 

CATAPANO/ THOMAS FRANK 3/522.18 

DEPAOLI/ ALBERT 8/4?4.72 

HAIRS/ J AD3E_INE FROM JULY 1 t 3/256-08 

HILL/ MAY D 5/46*" 56 

KlLROY/ FRANCIS X 6/4?8.66 

MANNO/ DOMENICK T t 6/860-58 

MISIANO/ MARY CORADI • 7,639.45 

SCORDO, ROSE FROM OCT. 1 i 1,424.16 

SKLAR/ ISAAC 1 FROM SEPT. 1 1/670.68 

TOMMASO/ PETER TO AJG« 31 1/319.76 

WOHL/ JOAN ELAINE • 7/435.68 

WOLLIN/ MICHAEL TO SEPT. 30 • 883.29 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM 3. BRAY 

BROWN/ MARY J i 2,588.82 

COOK, DOROTHY W >.t 4,974.96 

GIBSON/ DOTTIE 3 9/524.34 

GIFFIN/ KENNETH N TO SEPT. 30 725.94 

GIFFIN/ PORTIA R 3/644.25 

GORDON, MAXINE C • 7,435.68 

MARKLAND, GWEN R i 3,762.54 

MERKLE, BRUCE F 13, 671.66 

PROSSER, CARO- 6 • 3/538.20 

SARGENT/ GERALD L • • 2/290.92 

SCOTT/ NANCY SUE ■ 4,250.34 

VANDERMAST, CAROLE J • 4,444.38 

VANSC3TEN, LYNDA . 4,444.38 

OFFICE OF HON. JACK BRINKLEY 

CRAVENS, ELIZABETH 3,714.48 

HAMMER, ANN DEGRAZIA i 5,819.16 

LANEY, LEILA DAVIS 4,040.10 

LOVELL/ JAMES BLAIR TO AJG. 3 358.36 

MICKLE/ JACK P/ SR i 10/6C0.98 

MILES/ DOROTHY H i • 6/478.38 

PATE/ JUANITA S 2,601*54 

SOLOMON, HELEN W t 3,183.24 

STOREY, LA ROSE E t 4,885.20 

SULLIVAN, NANCY B * i 3,106.09 

WHEELER, _ARRY M i • 12,890.40 

WITTE, RUTH A i 5, 819-16 



16 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. W. E« (BILL! BROCK 

43SHPE, JOHN PATTEN S5, 366-6* 

BROWN/ LINDA FAYE t • 2,740.74 

BROWNING, CAROLYN S • 4,877.0* 

DUDLEY, ROBERT W, JR FROM DEC. 1 756.90 

HENSLEY, MARY ANNE t .... 2,816.70 

HESSLER, 3RIAN J t I3,67l>66 

HUNT, OLIVE H 5,072«88 

HUNT, RAYMOND GENE • • 10,138.26 

LOCKABY, JOAN G 2,968.56 

MARTIN, JER3LYN REITZ t 4,877.0* 

PRINCE, JANET 2,816.70 

SHLAES, KAY E TO NOV. 31 ••••• 3,7P*«50 

TATE, NANCY W *,5*1«*0 

OFFICE OF HON. JACK BROOKS 

ALEXANDER* JACQUELINE R FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 31 1, 112.88 

BERSUDER, THOMAS JOHN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

1 • 3,001-97 

BLAKE, HAZEl ANN i 6,*6l«76 

CARNEAL, LEE L • 2,959-19 

CARTER, DAVIS BLAKE FROM DEC. 1 *9*«76 

CROSIER, YVONNE FAE FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 9 l,73l«7* 

CULLITON, E_IZA3ETH A FROM JJLY 1 TO JULY 31 1,000.05 

ENDRES, CATHERINE ANN • i • 3,751.16 

FLEISCH1ANN, DRUENETTE it 2,968.56 

HAN3EM, JANE S FROM DEC. 1 t 500»*8 

HEUER. MARY V • • *,68l«20 

LEE, DIANNA • 3,719.12 

MASTERS, NICHOLAS A FROM AJG. 1 TO AUG. 31 627.09 

MATTS, DOROTHY SHARON i 5, 34*. 93 

PETERS, EUGENE F 13,671.66 

SCHOENHAUT, CARRIE LYNN FROM JJLY 6 TO AUG* 5 86*«52 

SULLIVAN, ETHEL ANN TO AUG. 15 1, 111. 10 

WILKINSON, CYNTHIA M FROM SEPT. 1 2,205.35 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM S. BROOMFIELD 

BERLANTI, CAROL R *, 282-68 

CARIELLO, NICHOLAS G FROM AUG- 1 • 2,69^.11 

COMER, NANCY J i • • *, 817.20 

FENDER, JJDITH A 3,372.66 

FORBES, NANCY ANNE TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV- 1 *,3*5.62 

MAGINNIS, PATRICIA A FROM DEC 1 t 625.76 

MCNEILANCE, EVELYN RAE TO NOV. 15 «t •••• 2,**2.06 

MICHALESKI, NANCY POPE TO JULY 19 **8«65 

OBRIEN, BAR3ARA F *, 779.12 

ROHM, GLORIA 3YRD • «... 2,768.17 

SINCLAIR, JOH>J R • 9,756.72 

SOCKRITER* 0E90RAH A FROM AJG. 30 TO OCT. 31 1, 017.6* 

SPRINGER, CONRADENE M , 3,086.21 

TOMAN, THOMAS L .....i 5, 062.00 



17 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. DONALD G. BROTZMAN 

AZURE, JUDITH M S4, 080.55 

BROWN, VERNA M FROM AUG. 1 i 2, 287.67 

CLARK, KATHRYN TO AUG. 25 -t 1,110.51 

DEESE, SUSAN HALL i 3,375.31 

DELCOUR, DAVID W , 7,501*97 

EVANS, JOHN M TO AUG. 22 «i 826-50 

GARLICK, R03ERT M FROM JULY 1 2,860.98 

HAGERTY, KENNETH C 6,173.33 

HALL, JEAN HUTTO , 3,728.95 

HAMILTON, BEVERLY A , 3,498.18 

LANCELOT, LEONA G , 4,681-20 

MARK, ELIZABETH M FROM SEPT. 1 1,405-67 

NALLY, JOHN J TO JULY 31 935-54 

SLOVE<, FLORENCE J t 6,34*. 96 

TABOR, JANIS L FROM SEPT. 1 1,668.27 

TONSING, R03ERT L, JR 13,671.66 



i 776. 34 



OFFICE OF HON. CLARENCE J. BROWN 

BAYER, GARY G , 

EARNHART, JUDITH E 5^252.40 

FLORY, DIANE E ., 3,394.02 

FORTIER, DONALD ROBERT TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 

30 AND FROM NOV. 1 , 2,401.27 

GANO, VIRGINIA C t 3,39*. 02 

HARPSTER, MARGARET , 10,320.30 

INSLEY, SJSAN JANE TO AUG. 16 AND FROM NOV. 1 2,2g3.95 

JOHNSON, DAVID FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 500.48 

KING, GEORGE ROGER FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 374.99 

KING, WAYNE R 5,909-76 

MILLER, MARGARET K , 2,766.06 

SHA9PE, DOROTHY M 5,255.49 

SIBLEY, MARY ANN FROM AJG. 1 TO AUG. 31 801-05 

SWIGART, PATRICIA A , 3, 39*. 02 

WARBINGTON, FRANK 8,388.18 

OFFICE OF HON. 3ARRY BROWN 

BARBEE, SHELIA ANN , , 2,987-78 

BROWN, CATHERINE C 4,551.12 

DECK, ROBIN ,, 5, 205-40 

DELONG, DEANNA LEE I 6,022-34 

FERRELL, MARY V 3,874-46 

GREENE, BAR3ARA W , 4,827-36 

GREENE, HELEN S FROM OCT- 1 TO OCT- 31 547.54 

HOWARD, ALYCE V , 4,161-64 

LAMPMANN, JOHN W FROM JJLY 1 i 7,529-50 

MATHES, DONALD T 9,954.90 

REISINGER, EMORY W, II , 8,544.74 

SCH1ALZ, 3RYAN A FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 600.38 



18 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE E« BROWN, JR. 

ABRAM30N, JOEL TO SEPT. 30 $3,579.87 

ALVEAR, CECILIA TO SEPT. 30 1,593-53 

CUNNINGHAM, WILLIAM J TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 5 6,*6l-27 

DESHETLER, HELEN G FROM OCT. 1 3?1.78 

DUBERSTEI^J, MICHAEL J 3,590-0* 

FORCIER, ARTHJR A, JR i 6, 833.06 

HARDY, LEROY C FROM OCT. 1 • 21*. 52 

JEANS, ROBERT P FROM SEPT. 1 9, 114. tit 

MCKENZIE, AMELIA E 7,099.32 

MILLIGAN, IRENE TO SEPT. 30 i 2,1?5.17 

SEBENS, RAYMOND W I 9,285.63 

SILVESTRI, SALLY JEAN 5,797.** 

STUPIN, ANDREW FROM OCT. 1 • 321-78 

T0MPKIN3, RAMONA L FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 21*. 52 

WADE, LINDA MAE PROM JULY 1 i • *,60*-*2 

WILSON, CATHERINE E FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 20 1,69*. 99 

WIL30M, GEORGE A FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 2,002.86 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES T. BROYHlLL 

ALTENHOF, BARRY F 3,*it2-08 

BOHMER, CHRISTIE K • 3,7l*.*8 

CLAYTON, MARY LYNN • *, 353-76 

CLEMENTS, BARBARA A t 3,658.38 

DAWSON, WILMA P 1,920.*8 

EDWARDS, EDYTHE MAE *, 153-3? 

GUFFEY, NELLIE W TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC. 5 3,96*-72 

HENRY, MARY CLAIRE • 3,586-28 

KELL, PETER, JR • 5,072-88 

KIMBERLIN, JOSEPHINE • 3,959-28 

MONZEL, L VINCENT • 13, 671-66 

SRODES, CECILE Z *,*i»*-38 

OFFICE OF HON. JOEL T. BROYHlLL 

ADAMS, THOMAS E, JR TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 5 8,076.99 

FENTON, KAY K *,068.*2 

HARMON, JEAM H 7,309«7* 

KOENIG, CLAIRE t *,0fc8.*2 

krout, homer _ee 13,671-66 

mccampbell, barbara c from oct. 5 to oct- 9 97.39 

mccann, Elizabeth c • 8,260.56 

mitchell, louise trent from aug- 1 to sept. 5 681-75 

monahan, patsy susan to july 31 • » 776-12 

shafton, shirley f 6,*03-62 

spenger, martha *, 656-72 

tolley, bar3ara ann to dec- 15 589.93 

WALLACE, JANIE • 3,*a2-08 

WAT50M, SJSAN S FROM OCT. 23 l,32*-55 

WHITE, DONNA JEAN • 3,805-62 

WOODBJRN, BARBARA W TO SEPT. 30 601-15 



19 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN BUCHANAN 

BEARD, JUDITH W , *4, 681.20 

DUDLEY/ NANCY B 7,334.94 

GOLDEN, CAROLYN R 5,46*-56 

JONES, RANSOM D 4,757.04 

KAY, THOMAS 13,119.26 

MANN, JANEAN L 5,3r5.43 

PARKER, KIM3ESLY C • 2,349.54 

PROSEK, LINDA 4,1?0.98 

SHAVIN, JJDY , 5,810.94 

SPEECH, ROSA LEE 3,345.96 

TERZIJ, MARY ELLEN 4,541.40 

WEATHERS, H DALLON, JR FROM JULY 1 2,782-12 

OFFICE OF HON. J. HERBERT BURKE 

CAMNER, ELLEN M TO JULY 13 387.59 

CASTLEBERRY, LUELLA B 4,372.16 

CONNJO?, HARRIET B TO JULY 31 .| 400.40 

CURELLA, J 3ENE 8,240-64 

CURTIS, CARLA MARIE FROM AUG- 1 TO AUG- 12 250.30 

DEXTER, CAROL A FROM JJLY 20 2,528.11 

EARLY, DAVID TO DEC- 10 8,433.01 

FARNSWORTH, JANICE C 4,061-66 

FINK, BENJAMIN W 1 , 4 3 • * 6 

HINES, AL3IN H 2,968.56 

KAYNER, CHARLEEN 5,5?5.96 

MALANEY, ELINDR L 5,7*6.02 

MELVIN, ELIZABETH G 5, 813-64 

OTTERSON, BRENDA JO FROM SEPT- 1 1,972-11 

PLETZKE, DONALD J 4,645-72 

WINER, ILENE FRANCES 3,64l-t2 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES A. BURKE 

BRADFORD, WILLIAM S, JR TO AUG. 16 •• 357.99 

CAREY, KATHufEN T FROM A JG . 17 TO SEPT. 30 342.42 

CAREY, VIRGINIA E 4,606.08 

CARR, MELBA MCVEY 9,203-22 

DAGOSTINO, YVETTE R 3,658.38 

GLASSON, JOHN A FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 31 185.26 

MANCIAS, EDNA C 4,509-06 

MCGILVEARY, ROBERT D 4,290.78 

MOORE, EDWARD J 13,316.58 

NEDDER, EDWARD T , 2, 702-76 

PARKER, JACDUELINE 3,651-90 

RYAN, JOHN F, JR 7,076-64 

STEVENSON, CHARLES C FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT- 31 AND FROM DEC 1 359-17 

SWARTZ, DEBORAH FROM JULY 5 3,997.78 

TUOHY, MARY J 6,132-06 



20 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. OMAR BURLESON 

CURTIS/ JUDITH S 313,663*74 

GRUBBS, WALTER B ••• 9,801*66 

HOOVER* CLAJDIA M 6,156.78 

KING* ARMAN D • 5,293*20 

KUREK, KATHRYN C 6,569*82 

MEEK, ELSIE H t 7,670.76 

PHILLIPS, ZENO J 9,552*17 

OFFICE OF HON. BILL D. BURLISON 

BECK, LENZIE MONFORO • 3,256.08 

BENTON, PATRICIA FERN 1,954.68 

CRAWLEY, HARRIET JANE * * 3,450*12 

DICKERSON, DONALD L FROM DEC* 1 542*68 

DIVERS, MINNA R t 5,827.38 

GUNTER, ROBERT S 9, 916.92 

HEROD, JAMES W * 5,1*6*32 

LOOMER, RODNEY E TO AUG* 21 850.82 

MYKLAND, SUSAM E 3,4*2.08 

PROFFER, LANNY M TO OCT* 31 AND FROM NOV. 5 6,058.09 

PROSSER, MICHAL SUE • 7,398.61 

RHYNE, MILDRED B 2,878.14 

SMITH, CHERYL S FROM AUG. 1 2,552*53 

SMITH, DAVID LYNN TO JULY 31 •■ 500.48 

OFFICE OF HON. LAURENCE J. BURTON 



ADAMS, MARIE E 

ADAMS, NOLA K FROM JULY 1 •••' 

AMDERSON, TESS H TO DEC. 7 

BARLOW, JESSELIE E TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV- 

BURKE, LEE H TO NOV. 6 

CARLSON, HELEN L * 

CHAPEL, ANTOINETTE T FROM SEPT. 14 TO DEC* 13 

DAINES, DIANE F FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV* 31 •• 

DAVIS, FLORENCE T t 



FOTHERINGHAM, PATRICIA FROM OCT. 1 

GASKILL. JOHN R FROM DEC 14 

HADDAD, SJSAN C TO JULY 3 • 

JOHMSON, ALLAN D t 

KELLEY, CHRISTINE E FROM JJLY 4 TO AUG* 31 •• 

PORTER, KAREN E FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 13 

SUMMERS, NANCY J t 

TEUSCHER, MARLOWE DEMAR 

THAYN, JENNIFER TO AUG" 31 

WALLER, VERA S 



6 


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76 


1 


860 


66 


3 


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37 


3 


299 


40 


4 


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13 


9 


359 


64 


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606 


20 




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08 


9 


359 


64 


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543 


30 




775 


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606 


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646 


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152 


12 


5 


366 


64 


9 


824 


10 




688 


42 


5 


139 


41 



OFFICE OF HON. PHILLIP BURTON 

BOR^STEIN, MARY K FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 31 1,000.34 

BRENNER, PHILIP J TO AJG* 31 214.52 

BUTCHER, WILLIAM A •• 643*56 

COLEMAN, NINA ANN 7,164*23 



21 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. PHILLIP BURTON 

GOLD, MARTIN FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 S300.13 

HULBERT, MARGUERITE N 4,656.72 

KENNEDY, SUSAN , 6, 210.96 

KIELIGER, FRANK J 8,260.56 

LEONG, NANCY M 4, 801.05 

MARTINEZ, NICOMEDES J 4,679*18 

SAR3FIELD, EDWIN S 6, 103.62 

SELLERS, GARY B 6*3.56 

STONE, JUDITH L FROM DEC. 1 107.26 

THOMAS, DORIS R 8,260.56 

THOMAS, WILLIAM G 11,965.44 

OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE BUSH 

FRONCE, MARY ANN 4,436.34 

JENKS, LYN TO OCT. 31 2,l?2.l6 

JOHNSON, VELMA M • 3,168.72 

KENNY, JANE A 3,538.20 

MATTHEWS, ALLIE PAGE 3,4*2.08 

MATTHEWS, MARY MONCURE 5,187.12 

MCCORNACK, GREGG C FROM SEPT. 1 2,182*00 

MCDONOUGH, JAMES B FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 15 2,895-14 

OBERWETTER, JAMES C TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 3,3?3.48 

RHODES, DONALD C 4,452.48 

SCHWARZMANN, MARY L 6,952.02 

SMITH, ALEENE 8,098.98 

SPIVEY, ELLIE B FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 22 432.45 

VIGODA, GERALDINE E TO NOV. 15 1, 601-60 

ZAMARIA, ROSE M 9,883-98 

OFFICE OF HON. DANIEL E» BUTTON 

BOEHM, JOAN H TO JJLY 31 189-51 

CLIFFORD, SANDRA J FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 359.17 

COOPER, WAYNE L FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,003-08 

FRANCISCO, DOJGLAS L 8,781-20 

LASKO, CARO. JOAN 4,541-40 

LINN, GEORGE W, II , 12,715-20 

MARKHAM, dAYNE TO NOV- 31 3,505-40 

MARTIN, SUZANNE FROM AJG. 1 TO AUG- 31 234. 97 

MERSON, MARK A FROM NOV. 1 214.52 

PARILLO, JOSE°H, JR 5,810.94 

PETRIE, DEBORAH J 2,847.00 

RHODES, ROSEMARIE 3,517.72 

RJSSELL, A LOJISE 9,345.66 

SCHARFtfAN, MARCIA S 7,582-86 

SCOTT, NEIL P 3,374.28 

WALSH, JOHN G FROM NOV- 1 TO NOV- 31 107-26 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES A. BYRNE 

ASH, EVELYN TO AUG. 10 507-59 

BOCCELLA, ALFRED M 2,236-26 



22 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HONt JAMES 4. BYRNE 

BOGGS, EDITH H •#•••• $2,133.66 

DOYLE* JOSEPH E i 11,0*2.28 

HAGAN, JAMES F it 992«*0 

MEADES, EDNA M t. 3,730.50 

ONEAL, SHIRLEY M • 9,67"».35 

RAMSEY/ RUTH ARLINE • ••• 13,253.*0 

REESE* ANNA • 2,133.66 

SEGEL, MICHAEL TO NOV. 9 ><m 1/825.65 

SMITH, AL3ERTA FROM OCT. 1 • 1,1*2.07 

SMITH, JOSEPH F TO NOV. 31 •• 9,067.33 

SMITH, RE3INA B FROM DEC. 1 t 898.52 

WEIHS, GLORIA E 6, 28*. 45 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN W. BYRNES 

BENDER, CAROLE • I« *,279.95 

DECOCK, ROSEMARY i 2,8l6.70 

GAGE, WILLIAM M i • • I3,67l«66 

GILL, ROBERT J TO AUG. 16 Sl^.58 

GLENN, MARJORIE C i • • 5,219.76 

HEETE3, CHARLES P, JR FROM AUG- 1 1,238.30 

MELE, MARJORIE ANN • *, 007.76 

RANDLETT, CATHERINE C » 3,8?6.90 

RAYMAKER, MARGARET E FROM AUG. 17 TO SEPT. 30 ► 207.23 

SLAJGHTER, 3ENE K 652.08 

SMITS, JAMES H • 7,060.02 

SOLARI, STEPHANIE A t 6,125.36 

SUTHERLAND, JAMES P • 9,072«06 

OFFICE OF HON. EARLE CA9ELL 



CARTER, PHYLLIS ANN 

CONDRAY, THELMA JO ....i 

DAVIS, DOROTHY LEE FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 15 



GRIND9ERG, JENNIE i 

HART, HUGH 3LEN, JR i 

JACOBUS, DOTTY S TO AUG. 31 «i 

JENKINS, MILDRED 9 FROM JULY 1 i 

JORDAN, CAROLYN P FROM SEPT. 1 

MARQUISE, DENNIS G TO AUG. 31 • ! 



MCGUIRE, GLADYS NATALIE FROM SEPT. 8 TO NOV. 30 

PARISH, ROBERT L, JR • • 

PIETZSCH, SIDNEY 3 

PUGH, FRANKIE A i 

SANDERS, ANGA LAROSE FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

WALKER, LINDA SUE FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

WILLIAMS, L3N R, JR FROM DEC. 1 

WILLIAMS, MARSHA ANN TO SEPT. 7 

WOYMOSKI, MARION 



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72 


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23 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. PATRICK T. CAFFERY 

BENNETT, JENNIFER A FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 S*00.*0 

BENNETT, R03ERT S TO NOV. 30 l,8o3»88 

ELLIS, ROBERT LEROY , 11,7*9.** 

MASUMIAN, ALBERTA 6,9*9.26 

MIRE, CLAIRE P 2,gl6>70 

PARENT, MICMELE A 3,*50.12 

PARRO, RANDOLPH H FROM OCT. 1 *,503'5* 

RILEY, IRVING N FROM JULY 8 1,*96.72 

SABER, E 9EVERLYANN FROM NOV. 1 9*0.51 

SHEPPARD, FREDA J TO JULY 3 104.53 

SIMON, LAURENCE PAUL, JR TO AUG. 31 »t 1,000.96 

WATTIGNY, CHARLES C 6,304.98 

WOODWARD, KATHERINE F *,509«06 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM T. CAHILL 

BROWN, DOROTHY LEE TO NOV. 3 3,533.38 

MCTAMNEY, JANE TO NOV. 3 2,865.69 

SAPUTELlI* 3REG0RY D TO AUG. 31 2,153.92 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN N. HAPPY CA1P 

BURPO, JO ANN 2,072.10 

CORRIE, PATRICIA K 3,852.58 

GEOGHEGAN, CLAIRE M *,056.30 

GLENCER, ROBERTA L *, 681-20 

MOYER, WILLIAM A 3,183.2* 

PERRING, HELEN JOYCE 5,072.88 

SANTILLO, CAROLE ANN TO JULY 31 756.90 

SEAL, BETTY B *, 296.1* 

SNODGRASS, WILLIAM G , 3,183.2* 

SOUTHARD, JOAN M 7,838.6* 

WILKES, SANDRA N FROM OCT. 3 • 1,835.56 

OFFICE OF HON. HUGH L« CAREY 

AKINS, MILDRED 9,260.82 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM F FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,296.65 

CONNIFF, THOMAS A , 2,065.26 

DOME, CHARLES FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 4,221.99 

HOOPER, M DALE 6, 561-48 

LAMB, ELIZABETH , 3,777.86 

LEVINSKY, RITA TO OCT. 31 >i 2,957.21 

MANCARUSO, RALPH FROM JJLY 1 *, 209.90 

MCCABE, WINIFRED A TO JULY 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 2,8"8.2* 

MCDONALD, SARAH A FROM DEC- 1 i 1,426.72 

PRENDERVILLE, JOHN M , 6,1*0.28 

SCHRAUB, BEN TO NOV. 30 7,133.60 

SEALE, LAJRA 3,878.*0 

WIN3TDN, JEANNI M *,966.80 

WONG, WAI SO 3,**2.08 



24 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES J. CARNEY 

BOWMAN, BAR3ARA ANN FROM NOV. 4 l. S3, 603*83 

DONLIN, AMMARIE FROM NOV. 4 t 4,304.37 

MESSERLY, ROBERTA G FROM NOV. 4 4,329.36 

NOGAL, MIRIAM J FROM NOV. 1 1,458.59 

PALLANTE, RALPH FROM NOV. 4 . 1,438.11 

RAGAZZO, NICOLA FROM NOV. 4 608.15 

STEVENS, PAJL E FROM NOV- 1 t 3,4i»1.05 

SULLIGAN, JOH^J FROM NOV. 4 t • 994.19 

OFFICE OF HON. TIM LEE CARTER 

DEHNEL, KAT-ILEEN W • 7, 796.70 

DOWNEY, COY FROM A'JG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC 1 1,881.27 

ELLICE, HELEN L FROM JULY 1 t 3,109*31 

HAMMER, DOYLE R • 3, 219.66 

HANDY, THOMAS V 8,620.89 

H0LC01B, J 8 FROM OEC« 1 • 263-08 

KIATTA, LOUISE i 6, 719.34 

MORGAN, ROBERT I i • 3,730.50 

PERKINS, N 3 2,506.02 

PETERCHEFF, DORIS G 3,999.72 

PYLES, AARON FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 

TO NOV. 30 • 1,906.95 

ROGERS, EARL TO NOV. 30 • 1, 315.40 

SHA3P, JOSH P FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 1,935.15 

SLAJGHTER, JAMES FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 

TO NOV. 30 1,946.13 

WIENS, DENlSE I i 3,714.48 

ZENTNER, JU3ITH ANNE TO JULY 7 434.21 

OFFICE OF HON. BOB CASEY 

BURNEY, LAURA F 4,958.64 

DISCHINGER, EDITH J • 4,958.64 

FLOCKS, WILLIAM R, JR FROM OCT. 8 363.46 

FORD, SHARON DELL ••• 3,926.31 

FRANDOLIG, CHARLES A 13,671*66 

HEROLD, RITA FROM OCT* 1 • * 1,793*85 

JUDY, CAROLYN L FROM DEC* 1 • 181*00 

MCHONE, JENMY DELANE 6,461*76 

NAMAN, JOHN L TO JULY 31 «t. 542.68 

NAUGHTON, BARBARA A t 4,399*92 

PASSMANN, JULIA R i 6,470*10 

TIMKO, FLORENCE 11,134.77 

WALLS, REBECCA JEAN TO SEPT. 15 814.45 

WARREN, GRACE E 5,268.72 



25 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ELFORD A. CEDERBERG 

BEYDA, RACHELLE $5,472.00 

ELLISON, LINDA K FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 947.34 

FORGASH, MICHAEL A , 13,663-74 

GOULD, JUDITH D i 3,495.49 

HODGE, KATHRYN MCKAY TO SEPT. 15 954.55 

LANG, WILLIAM C FROM JULY 1 TO AUG- 3 521.04 

NAKKULA, WALTER 7,334.94 

ORTIZ, BONAOONNA 4,120.98 

RAMAGE, FRANKIE C t. 8,140.92 

SAHLIN, KAREN L TO JULY 31 •■ 910.76 

SCHWEIGERT, ESTHER N 4,120.98 

SMITH, ELIZABETH E i 2,005.98 

OFFICE OF HON. EMANUEL CELLER 

ALBERTS, ALFRED E t 3,442-08 

DOUGHERTY, MARY A , 13,671.66 

DOWNS, CAROLYN ANN 4,379.70 

KIDD, ALBA L 6,008.58 

LOUIS, MARGARET M , 4,250.34 

ROSENBAUM, LEWIS H 1,766.58 

ROSENFELD, ELI 3,538.20 

SCHLOSSBERG, JERRY 5,868.54 

SHAKIN, FLORENCE , 2,547.42 

VALLARIO, GEORGE H, JR , 1,766.58 

WHITE, MINNIE i 13,663.74 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES E. CHAMBERLAIN 

CHRISTENSEN, BERNICE E FROM DEC 1 381-82 

COMM, ANN F t 8,869-29 

COVELL, CATHERINE M , 7,434.29 

GOLD, BETTY L t 6,238.95 

JOHMSON, RUTH R 4,482-10 

KENNEDY, THEODORE R •-- 3,374.52 

LUMPKIN, JANE T 7,171.05 

MCALISTER, JUDITH ANN , 3,444.68 

MCFADOEN, ROBERT H 12,563-05 

PLOGER, MARGUERITE A TO JULY 31 •• 433.59 

ROBINSON, BEULAH I , 3,636.08 

SOUTHWELL, B JOE 1, 413.92 

VOGEL, ROBERT C 4,056.28 

OFFICE OF HON. BILL CHAPPELL, JR- 

ALLEN, GEORGE F TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 5 9,430-14 

CHAMBERLAIN, LOU B 5,007.60 

DENSON, JOHN J , 3,538.20 

DOYLE, R03ERT E, JR TO AUG. 31 •• 1,000.96 

DUPREE, ANN FROM JJLY 1 4,056.30 

GARVER, CHARLOTTE C 5,66*-03 

HAN5UM, RUTH J TO NOV- 13 2,109-29 

HOOKER, THOMAS E 9,6)3.48 



26 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF MON. BILL CHAPPELLi JR" 

KOST, KRISTINE "1 . S3,5?2>18 

LAZ1NBY, SHIRLEY 4,839.44 

MCBURNEY, JEANE BROWN 5,589.54 

MCLAREN, ALAN THAYER FROM SEPT- 1 2,310.76 

ROBINSON, ROBERT P, III 4,877.04 

STANSFIELD, MARY JO t t 5,029.32 

OFFICE OF HON. SHIRLEY CHISHOLM 

BAKER, PAULINE « • 4,250.34 

DOREN, ARLENE E 3,554.28 

DOW>JS, SHIRLEY ANN • 7,586.82 

FISHER, LOUIS H, JR FROM JJLY 10 TO AUG. 8 767.04 

HOLDER, WESLEY M . 8,260.56 

HOWARD, WILLIAM R 2,683.80 

MCROREY, KAREN 5, 211.60 

MIDDLETON, JOAN V «... 3,821.82 

ROBLES, VICTOR L 4,379.70 

SMITH, CARO.YN J 8,690.28 

TAYLOR, SYLVIA P , 3,538.20 

WATKINS, PATRICIA J 4,958.64 

OFFICE OF HON. DONALD D« CLANCY 

DASHIELL, NANCY IRWIN FROM JULY 1 3,116.59 

DECOURCY, PAULINE L . 5,06^«72 

DUMLER, BAR3ARA ANN t 4,007.76 

HEIN, MARJORIE R t 8,755.26 

PALMER, MARTHA JANE i , 4,347.36 

PILOT, LYNNE J , 8,942-10 

REILLY, JAMES F, JR TO AUG. 14 -t 359.07 

SIBCY, CONNIE FROM SEPT. 1 2,207.40 

VOLZ, ROBERT JOHN i 7,939.44 

ZULAGER, DOROTHY M t 5,440.08 

OFFICE OF HON. frank M . CLARK 

ANDERSON, AVA G FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 685.48 

ANYAN, LORETTA FROM DEC. 1 458.90 

BARBERIO, ABIGAIL M FROM OCT" 1 TO OCT. 31 685.48 

BELL, RENEE D 3,172.33 

BIDDLE, BETTY J FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,370.96 

COZZUCOLI/ MARIE FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 

TO NOV. 30 •. 1,906.78 

DIEHL, FRANCES A 6,324.84 

DOLES, JUDITH ANN 4,526«91 

FARLOW, ARLENE M FROM SEPT. 1 5,140.30 

GREEN, DIANE JEAN TO OCT. 31 5,008.50 

GRIMES, DON>JA JEANNE TO JULY 31 >• 954. 76 

ILLSLEY, JULIE A 5,00l«64 

LUKETIC, ZELLA M FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 685.48 

MUSKO, BARBARA , , 3, 833.44 

NEELY, R03ERT P 6,596.19 



27 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK M. CLARK 

POTTED SONDRA LOU FROM DEC* 1 t • S685.48 

RAFTERY, EVALYN F FROM DEC" 1 700.30 

ROSS, ANGELA MARIE • 2,924.28 

TAYLOR, DIANE TO NOV. 30 • 11,393.05 

WILLIAMS, CONSTANCE P • 2,950.31 

OFFICE OF HON. DON H. CLAUSEN 

BROTHER, DONNA M TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 1 '♦,059.3* 

DIAMOND, AMY H 4,056.30 

HASKIN, ELMER G, JR t 2,506.02 

HILL, NANCY L 4,541-40 

HOFF, JAMES N FROM JULY 1 TO AUG« 31 1,821-52 

HULETT, STANLEY W 9, 458.46 

JONES, BARRY W 4,974.96 

KING, LOIS E i 4,681*20 

PENN, GEORGE ANN 4,444.38 

ROBERTSON, CONSTANCE E 2,506-02 

STOOART, WILLIAM E 9, 913.92 

TIPPIT, OTIS GORDON FROM AJG. 1 5,384.80 

WOLFF, JANE D FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 837.74 

YATES, NAOINE SANOERS TO SEPT. 30 2,096-85 

OFFICE OF HON. DEL CLAWSON 

BRADBEER, GEORGE t 4,901*52 

CHARLES, ANITA S 12,460.17 

DEHAVEN, VIRGINIA C 3,189-98 

EDE_EN, FLORENCE B 4,107.50 

GREENAWALT, RUBY JANE 4,107.50 

HOOPER, THOMAS EDWARDS TO AJG. 31 -t 600.26 

LADNIER, CATHERINE TO AJG. 31 1,168.72 

MORRIS, MABEL ANN FROM JJLY 1 3,139.56 

RYAN, WILLIAM KENNETH TO AUG. 17 • 898.77 

SMITH, VILDA M 5,797.21 

STERN, JEAN K 6,290.31 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM CLAY 

BELL, JAMES A FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

BELL, PAULA P 

CRAWFORD, JANET F FROM NOV. 1 

FRANKLIN, MYRNA L • 

HARRIS, JOY A TO SEPT. 5 

ILCHUK, PETER K TO JJLY 31 

JUDE, MADGE M 

LAY, WALTER V 

LLOYD, COLLEEN 

MCPHERSON, MICHAEL C 

PATTON, ERNESTINE FROM NOV. 1 

TYUS, MARIE H • 

WASHINGTON, ARTHUR FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

WEISS, GAIL ELLEN i 



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28 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM CLAY 

WILLIAMS* JEROME W TO AUG. 31 Sl,802-*8 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES C CLEVELAND 

COCKRELL, ROSEMARY TO OCT. 17 2,957-34 

DAY, MYRA LOUISE i 3,75*-56 

EKERN, MARGARET KAY 4,681.20 

JACKSON, MILDRED <ATE 5,732.43 

JEBB, SUZANNE TO NOV. 30 3,128.80 

JOSLIN, WILLIAM R TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 1 3,270.67 

KEENAN, JOAN D 3,41.2.08 

LINTHICUM, MAJREEN FROM OCT. 1 i 2,377.32 

LONDON, M ROY FROM AJG- 1 TO AUG. 31 700.30 

MACCLEERY, LEE FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 6 k0-44 

MAKEMSOM, RJTH FROM DEC' 1 67*-70 

MINER, PAULA K FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 700.30 

PORTE*, GERALDINE R FROM AJG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM DEC 1 1,500.34 

QUIMBY, JEANNE B FROM NOV. 1 1,160.72 

ROGERS, BAR34RA R FROM AUG- 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM DEC 1 1,679.77 

VARBLE, WINIFRED A 9,25*-87 

WECHSLER, JAMES M FROM JJLY 1 t 10,145.82 

OFFICE OF HON. JEFFERY COHELAN 

BROWN, ROWENA R FROM JULY 1 6, 461.76 

DUNN, KATHLEEN SUE 4,444.38 

FLYNN, THOMAS G 8, 371-1* 

F0ULKR03, JANE MARIE 3,256.08 

HALL, FLORENCE E 4,444.38 

KEATING, RITA M 4,779-12 

KRONFELD, LEO°OLD J 10,205.50 

LEMON, MADGE A 11,766-09 

MCGEE, MARIE V FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT- 7 1,690.41 

SANDERS, AB3Y R 3,862.20 

WIGGINS, ARLENE t 4,347.36 

OFFICE OF HON. HAROLD R- COLLIER 

BARTIZAL, MARY FROM DEC- 1 226-38 

BERG, BEVERLY L FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 19 1,647.84 

BERG, EARL H, JR • 4,7?4.64 

CLEMENTS, CHARLES R FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 107.26 

DVORAK, DORIAN M FROM JJLY 1 TO AUG- 31 600.26 

GLINKA, ARLENE L , 5,301-36 

HERSHEY, LULA MARIE ••• 11,196.00 

KELLY, ANN WOODWARD • i 5,170.80 

KURTZ, ROMAYNE L • 4,153-32 

PETERSEN, SVEND i 2,290.92 

RADEWAGEN, JOHN TO AUG- 31 •••• 1,000.96 

SHORT, NANCY M 4,153-32 

WARD, JANE K 6,860-58 

YOUNG, MARCIA BL TO JULY 15 • 4Q6.42 



29 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. 3E0R3E W. COLLINS 

COLEMAN, SHIRLEY FROM NOV. 4 . Si, 181.33 

CONLEV, SARA P FROM NOV. 4 TO NOV. 30 637.55 

HATCHERSON, JANE W FROM DEC- 1 i 677.39 

HICKEY, RITA M FROM NOV. 4 891.95 

KIS5ANE, GERA'.DINE M FROM NOV. 4 2,455.67 

SMALL, CASSANDRA 1 FROM DEC- 1 708.39 

THOMAS, HENRY LEE FROM NOV- 4 t. 2,872.82 

TOOMEY, JAMES J FROM NOV. 4 2,410.45 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES M. COLLINS 

ANDREWS, AL3ERT E, JR TO SEPT. 13 AND FROM NOV. 1 

ATILES, ISAIS FROM SEPT. 14 TO OCT. 31 

BELL, SUZAN GAIL i • 

B0SAR3E, PAJL R TO SEPT. 13 AND FROM NOV. 1 

BROWNFIELD, LURALYN L FROM SEPT. 14 TO NOV. 30 

CHUN, GEORGINA N K FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

CLYDE, KATHERINE TO SEPT. 13 AND FROM NOV. 1 

DEGRAFFENRIED* PAT M 

DJKE, WINSTON L TO SEPT. 13 AND FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

FAUSSET, RICHARD ROY FROM NOV. 1 t 

GIB30M, JANE r ERRELL FROM SEPT. 14 TO OCT. 31 

MALLON, NEILLE BOHMER TO JULY 31 

MILLSAPS, ELIZABETH A 

ONEAL, PE3GY TO SEPT. 15 

OWENS, ANN NICHOLSON FROM SEPT. 14 

RARDIN, ELIZABETH A FROM SEPT. 14 TO SEPT. 30 

REED, NOEL LEE ,....c 

ROSENBAUM, PAMELA M TO JULY 31 

SIMPSON, SHIRLEY ANN 

WALTER, KAREN JEANNE FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 13 AND FROM OCT. 

1 

WOODALL, JUDY A FROM SEPT. 14 TO OCT. 31 

WUNDER, BERNARD J, JR TO SEPT. 30 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM M. COLMER 

CLAYTON, JACQUELINE W 94l«3% 

CLEARWATER, LEONA H 4,670.59 

DARSEY, MARIE W t 7,060.02 

DAVIS, CLAIRE i 6,337.92 

LOTT, C TRENT 13,67l«66 

MONTAGUE, FRANK 0, III TO AUG. 31 «t 1, 115.32 

PAXTON, EDNA H » 6,337.92 

TROMETER, HILDEGARDE TO JULY 31 693.37 

YON, DOROTHY A • 6,337.92 

OFFICE OF HON. BARBER B. CONABLE, JR. 

ALEXANDER, 0L3A C i 3,787.88 

BEECHKO, SHARON TO JULY 31 • 672.00 

BENTON, THOMAS R • 2,340.30 

LIPPERT, 3REG0RY B TO AUG. 31 699«82 



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. 30 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. 8ARBER B. CONABLE* JR. 



MANERI* DOROTHY B 
MCLAUGHLIN/ LINDA J 
NELSON* PAUL GUNNAR 
NICHOLAS* HARRY K 
PEARTREE* JOANNE MARIE 
SCH1ITT* DONALD THOMAS 
VADALA, JUDITH FRANKE 
WALLACE* MARIAN E 
WELLS* SHARON 



FROM AJG. 1 



FROM DEC. 1 
TO AUG. 31 i 



$7,226.22 
2,649.05 
5*527.32 

13*671.66 
2,744.30 
141.29 
1,416.78 
6*049.74 
6* R60.58 



OFFICE OF HON. SILVIO 0. CONTE 



BAKER, YOLANDE V 
BEAUCHAMP, CAROLE LONG 
BECKER, BONITA IRENE 
DONAHUE, JAMES E 
GOLDEN, ROGER M 
GRIFFIN, JAMES K 
HALL, CAROL ANNE 
LYONS, JOHN F, JR 

MOFFITT, DENIS L 
MORTON, KIM M 
MOYNHAN, KEVIN J 
PETRINA, MICHAEL J, JR 
QUIRK, DINA D 
RAWLS, WILLA C 
SALTA9ELLI, LEE ANN 
SALTARELLI, LOIS 

SHUMAN* BARNETTE G 
SINACORI* HARRIET H 
SWARTZ* JUDITH 
VANDENEYKEL* MYRNA 
WALLWORK, CRAIG R 
WARD* CAROL ANN 
WERTHEIMER* FRED 



FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC. 



OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 

NOV. 30 

OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 
TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 
FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC 1 

NOV. 1 

AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

JULY 5 

SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 

30 

1 TO AUG. 31 



FROM 
FROM 
FROM 
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OFFICE OF HON. JOHN CONYERS* JR. 



ATCHISON* LEON H 
BOOKER* EDITH J 

ELLERY* HANNAH B 

FEATHERSTONE* ARTHUR R 
HENNINGSEN, PAUL A 
HORWITZ* LARRY 
JOHNSON, MARLENE L 

LANEY, GENERAL A 
LEE, JACQUELINE 
MCCAULEY, JOAN C 
MURRAY, ROSLYN 



TO AUG. 31 • i 

TO AUG- 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

AND FROM DECt 1 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 
1 



FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 

1 

FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 



FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 



2,076. 96 

3*501*83 

4*962*57 
3,959.28 
4,852.97 
9,645.45 

2*702'*6 

500.48 

760.95 

4*506. 78 

980.84 



31 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN CONYERS, JR. 

NAPPER, HYACINTME T i $5/919.67 

PARKS/ ROSA L 3/769.50 

SPECTORz ELISABETH N FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 1,6**. 8* 

STALLINSS, SUSIE FROM AUG. 1 3,7*7.88 

WAOE, OORIS GLENN •• *, 201*80 

WATSON/ JULIUS A *, 032.00 

WRIGHT/ E WESLEY FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 2,011-»6 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT J. CORBETT 

BEECH/ EVA *l FROM NOV. 1 *Cl«72 

BEHLKE/ JOHM W 6/33<*.89 

EBERLE/ HAROLD F, JR , 13/671-66 

GAYNORz GARY B FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 15 76<*.57 

HRYNOA/ THOMAS MICHAEL i */***. 38 

JUST/ MARGARET S 1/1*5.58 

KLEMM/ MARGARET F t 9*1.3* 

MAGINNIS/ PATRICIA A FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 • 1/29*.*1 

MCDOWELL/ PATRICIA K 5/*6*.56 

MOLITORz JEROME C 1/375.38 

NEWKIRK/ MARjORIE J t 5/*6'»'56 

SIE3EL/ RICHARD J i 5/7*5.02 

SMITH/ J RONALD 7/33*. 9* 

OFFICE OF HON. JORGE L« CORDOVA 

ALVAREZ/ BELEN • */2g0.3* 

ANTONINI/ CLARA M TO OCT. 16 61*«*8 

BAGUE/ TERESITA 5, 613.2* 

DELVALLE/ JOSE E FROM DEC* 15 533.36 

DUENO/ HILDA 3,959.28 

EVERETT, JOHN T TO OCT. 31 1/915.93 

GONZALEZ/ EOGARDO FROM NOV. 1 1/513.80 

GUINOT, LUIS/ JR 2,552.80 

LEE, MELBA JEAN *,2«0>3* 

MARQUEZ, JOAQUIN A FROM OCT. 1 i *l7.38 

PARKER, CANDITA C 6/008.58 

PIETRANTONI, J FELICES 8/9*2-10 

RODRIGUEZ/ ANTONIO J TO DEC« 9 6/236.35 

SMITH/ GUY F 3,256.08 

TORO, R DE JESUS i *,2S0.3* 

WATKINS. ORVILLE R 13/671.66 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES C« CORMAN 

BARRETT/ NELDA K *,802.2'» 

BURRELL, WINIFRED 5/522.70 

DENHARTOG/ R03ERTA , *,2g2.58 

ETHEREDGE/ SARAH E >• *, 201.80 

GORDON/ ALICE B t 5,522.70 

HARMON, ROSALIND C • *, 250.32 

HEILBRON, MEDORA LEONA FROM AJG. 1 TO AUG. 31 1,023.38 

LAR30M, RJTH F 3,002.88 



32 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES C« CORMAN 

MCGRATH, JACK S5,745.06 

NOEL* SHELLEY M FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 1, 023.38 

RINDONE, MELVA E • 4/153.32 

RUBEN, R03ERT C ' • 12,50*-62 

SEMONES/ JO ANN FROM SEPT. 1 2/401.52 

SLATER, IRENE W 5/745.06 

WIRKEN/ MELANIE I 4/333.03 

OFFICE OF HON. R. LAWRENCE COUGHLIN 

COLEHOWERz JOHN H TO JULY 31 •» • 513.55 

DUNN/ ELIZABETH J 4/073.81 

FETTEROLFz CAROLYN • 1/522.93 

GARRISON/ JAMES • 9/092-94 

HARROLD/ ROBIN •••• 3/408.31 

JOSLINz SHERRY E FROM OCT. 1 Iz5?6.50 

MOHMEYz MARGARET E 3/19'*-26 

MORGANz JEA«J M 3zl73.03 

PFEIFFER, RITA ANN 3/555.56 

ROSENFELD/ MITCHELL A 11/506-08 

SANKOz ROSE M ••• 9z376.11 

SlITHz EILEEN ROSE 4,?66.51 

STANLEYz MARC GENE 5/029-36 

THAYERz GEORGE Cz JR 5,378.88 

WEINBERG/ MICHAEL A FROM AUG- 1 TO AUG. 31 733.99 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM 0. COWGER 

BERRYz G 3 • t 2z388.60 

DEARINGz MARY H 2,106.30 

DURHAM, BETTY L 2,968.56 

HALE, HERBERT E 2,388.60 

HARRIS, CLAJDE H i 6,107.34 

OGDEN, MARI.YNN L • 6,760.86 

PECKHAM, VICTORIA B • 5/46*-56 

PRICE, PAXTON S • •- 2,388.60 

STALLINGS, JAMES L • • 2,388.60 

UDE_Lz ELIZABETH C i 7,435.68 

WARNER, WILLIAM T i 2,388.60 

YENOWINE, GEORGE • 12,91*. 10 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM C. CRAMER 

ARNOLD, PAULINE ANN ■ 2/709-12 

CRETEKOS, GEORGE N FROM DEC. 1 442.02 

DESOUZA, 3 A TO NOV. 30 -i • • 2, 210.10 

HABER, RICHARD M • 13/340.22 

HOLT/ JONATHAN T 1/800. 7g 

INSCO, JACK P • 11,975-28 

LUMLEY, BAR3ARA R 3/959.28 

MCMAHAN, JOAN D • 7,679-16 

MILLER, BAR3ARA H 4,606.08 

NESBIT, MARY C • » • 6,411-90 



33 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM C« CRAMER 

RANTZ, RO.AND H $1/315.7'* 

WAHLER, ALICE S • 8,031.78 

WILEY, WILMA M 4,877.0* 

OFFICE OF HON. PHILIP M. CRANE 

BURNHAM, RICHARD BEACH FROM DEC 1 439.91 

DAVIS, STEPHEN MCKINLEY FROM SEPT. 8 3,467.03 

FEULNER, EDWIN JOHN, JR 13,292«88 

FOLLANSBEE, NANCY A 3,168.72 

HAMMOND, 3ARBARA ANN • 4,250.34 

HARKINS, JERRY, JR t I3,67l"66 

HINES, EVELYN R t 4,72*«56 

MEYERS, LYNDA TO AUG. 31 • 2, 002-86 

NONMENMACHER, NICHOLAS TO OCT. 31 2,170.72 

ROSS, KATHERINE T 4,541.40 

WARREN, RITA H i 4,347.36 

WEBB, CHARLOTTE ANN • 5, 909.76 

ZIEBARTH, RJTH HELM 4,250.34 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN C CULVER 

ACKERLY, DAMA T TO AJG. 31 •• 

CLARK, RICHARD C t 

ESCOTT, MARILYN FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 5 

FERGUSON, JOYCE A 

GRIFFEE, BILLY BOYD 

HORM, BEVERLY HOPE FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

LANE, LINDA SUZANNE » 

LAWLER, MARY BETH t 

LONG, BETSY JOAN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

1 TO SEPT. 30 

MCCON^JELL, JEANNE A 

MILLER, ROBERT KEITH FROM OCT. 1 

MILLER, THOMAS JOHN FROM SEPT. 1 

OCONNELL, ELIZABETH A FROM AJG. 6 

PAS3MANN, EMIL J FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

SAVILLE, MARY TO AUG. 31 

SISSCJ, LOWELL E FROM NOV- 1 

TONJES, ANN L 

WEBBER, ELIZABETH A , 

OFFICE OF HON. GLENN CUNNINGHAM 

BLUVAS, GEORGE L 4,936.55 

BRENLOVE, MILDRED M TO OCT. 10 2,342.93 

BROSNIHAN, MARILYN J • 4,476.97 

GOULD, GERARD M TO AUG. 31 4, 218.58 

HEINE, CARL F 6,976.93 

IRISH, ELAINE M 4,160.26 

KLINE, FREEDA SWARTZ 9,457.27 

READER, MARIBETH FROM OCT. 1 l,40l«34 

WAGLEY, DORIS ANN FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 4 1,846.44 



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34 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. 3LENN CUNNINGHAM 

YATES, ANN R $10, 9ft. 82 

OFFICE OF HON. EMILIO 0« DADDARIO 

AMENTA, PAUL 3,450«12 

BACON, 3ARBARA 9 • 5,6l3.2t 

BASS, KENNETH C, III FROM AJG. 1 6,09l'*5 

DADDARIO, OLIVE J 6,8°3.82 

DOOCY, FRED J 3,256.08 

EMANUEL, RICHARD FROM JJLY 1 4,147.80 

GILES, BETTY E 5,072-88 

INGELS, GAIL M 3,538.20 

JOHNSON, WILFRED X Ij60*'16 

KEENA, THOMAS E J 12,715.20 

LOSS, IRA S • 5,591«*6 

VECCHITTO, SARAH M • 6, 206.16 

OFFICE OF HON. W. C« DANIEL 

DICKINSON, VIRGINIA T FROM AJG. 1 TO AUG. 7 25.03 

HAWORTH, MADONNA 8,844.60 

HODGES, RUTH N 4,153-32 

HOYE, TERRY C FROM AJG. 1 3,726.83 

MOSS, NANCY S 4,153.32 

PRICEi FRANCES H •• • 5,366.64 

THURMAN, GWENDOLYN W • 5,366.64 

TURNER, EDWARD M, III FROM SEPT. 1 3,566.85 

VERNOR, DOROTHY H 3,862.20 

WALKER, WIL9UR • 13,292-88 

OFFICE OF HON. DOMINICK V. DANIELS 

DELAP, GE0R3E T t 1,663-98 

GRIFFIN, JOHN F 5,547.42 

LAUGHLIN, ROSALIE 4,3?7.59 

MADDEN, FRANK A • l0,866-<*8 

MELONEY, ROSE MARIE 5,810.94 

0BERN10RF, R03ERT S • • 4,120.98 

PICCONE, 9EVERLY M • 6,206.16 

SABIA, ANTHONY F • 2, 005.98 

SCANLON, MICHAEL J 5,170.80 

SCHMIDT, JOHN F • • 1,663.98 

UGORETZ, MARK J 7,637.16 

WASIELEWSKI, FRANCES E 5,810.94 

OFFICE OF HON. GLENN R. DAVIS 

ANDERSEN, VIOLET FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV- 30 250.26 

BERRY, PATRICIA FROM DEC. 7 4?0.77 

BOLTON, JAMES C • 12,881.88 

DOOLEY, JOYCE R • 6,8&7.33 

DORKINS, TERRY LEE 4,147.93 



35 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. GLENN R. DAVIS 

EATON, SUZANNE R TO NOV. 21 *3, 228.10 

FINNI3AN, THOMAS FROM DEC 1 • 767.68 

GIFFORD, CARO- B FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 7 2,869.99 

HANLEY, J3H<J = FROM JULY 11 TO AUG. 31 2,640.35 

HAYMAKER, MARGARET M 1,663-98 

HERZOG, ROBERT H FROM SEPT. 1 • 2,29'*-72 

HlNZ, STEVEN D 1,669-68 

JONES/ 3ARBARA ANN • 4,1*7.93 

MCCONMELL, RICHARD B FROM NOV. 8 2,7?1«77 

NELSON MARK D FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 277.33 

PEVENSTEIN, ELAINE B TO AUG* 31 1,288.27 

TREICK, BAR3ARA A 3,442«08 

WOOLLEY, THOMAS J 10,306.96 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN W. DAVIS 

BARRON, LINDA TO AJG. 31 •> 651-56 

BRIENZA, SUSIE L TO JULY 31 •• • 1,537.99 

BRITT, JANE MCINTOSH FROM OCT. 1 • 1,997.64 

BROWN, GRACE LOUISE 5,170.80 

HAN3EM, CAROLYN V 5,170.80 

KERWAN, MARGARET S 8, 141.78 

KIRBY, VIOLET S 5,777-53 

PENN, MARY E » 13,429.63 

REED, GLENDA ELIZABETH FROM JULY 1 • 3,770.63 

STONED, JANIE L 2,943-25 

WILLIAMS, JOSEPH D 9,55*-64 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM L« DAWSON 

CASEY, MILDRE3 4,242.24 

DAVIS, ELMA H 4,97*.96 

GRAVES, ALBERT R 5,301-36 

HARVEY, HELEN t 5,301-36 

HINTON, BERMARD • 4,991-28 

HURLEY, FLORENE 4,509-06 

JOHMSON, EVELYN F •• 5,301-36 

MORGAN, BAR3ARA D • 5,301-36 

SMITH, MARGARET 5,646-24 

STONE, JUDITH L 805.20 

WILLIAMS, NORMA 7, 318.14 

OFFICE OF HON. ELIGIO DE LA GARZA 

ALDRETE, ORALIA V t 3, 51*. 70 

FERGUSON, DIANNE t, 803.60 

GONZALES, JESSE 3,672-00 

MARTIN, CECILIA HARE 13,671-66 

MILLER, WILLIAM EARL FROM AJG- 12 TO OCT. 31 l,88'»-82 

MIRANDA, KAYE R t 3,837.96 

MOOMEY, ELIZABETH C 1,877.70 

PAPICH, GARY A TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM DEC 1 1,869.36 

SALINAS, RAUL G FROM AJG. 4 TO SEPT. 15 70l«85 



36 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ELIGIO DE LA GARZA 

SALMON, DAVID D» JR FROM OCT. 1 31,696.0* 

SANCHEZ, ANTONIETA TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 5 3,721.05 

SULLIVAN, NINA LOUISE t • 10,714.74 

TAYLOR, BAR3ARA NEAL i • 3,4*2.08 

WILSON, KAREN ANN FROM JULY 1 • 4, 183-57 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES J. DELANEY 

COOK, DOLORES D i 12, 914.10 

DEE, EMILY 3 2,423.16 

FISHER, PAUL A • 9,260.82 

FORIS, CAROLINE B 1,766*58 

JENNINGS, A3NES V • • • 3,139.56 

LEE, R MARILYN FROM OCT. 21 TO NOV. 20 500.48 

MILLER, GEORGE S i 2,236.26 

MUELLER, ORVAL LEIGH 4,541.40 

SPAOARO, DEBORAH ANN TO AUG- 31 «t 989.52 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN DELLENBACK 

ARMATTA, JUDITH D • 4,120.96 

BAIRD, JUDITH L 3,999.70 

BRISCOE, NETTIE P i 3,959-28 

COMBS, 8RJCE A TO JULY 31 552.39 

GASKINS, PATRICIA K 4,107.50 

HAIRFIELD, DOROTHY E »••• 4,107.50 

HEIM, NANCY E • 4,947.76 

KUIPER, GERARDINA MARIA FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 107.26 

LEEPER, PAMELA K 3,082-29 

MACDANIELS, JAMES A FROM NOV. 1 TO DEC 14 509.86 

PEMBERTON, PATRICIA P ...., 6,562-86 

POWELL, DONALD W TO JULY 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 2,845.98 

REICHERT, BRUCE J FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 750.17 

R0UNT9EE, WILLIAM C • 8,040«18 

WEBBER, FREDERICK L TO NOV. 8 ••». 8,637.90 

WEINBERG, MICHAEL A FROM AUG- 1 TO OCT. 31 2,400.42 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT V. DENNEY 

ALEXANDER* WILLIAM K •••• t 7,939.44 

ARLEDGE, GLORIA J i 3,862-20 

BERG, ANNE ALLISON • • 3,168.72 

BRUCE, IMOGENE P 3,385.50 

COLER, MARY E 4,153-32 

GROSSCOPE, KATHRYN t.... 4,250.34 

HALTERMAN, RACHEL TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV- 1 4,472.20 

JOHNSTON, MILES W • i • 8,140.92 

KING, JOSEPHINE HADLOCK FROM SEPT- 1 TO SEPT- 30 107-26 

MICHAEL, CYNTHIA FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 107.26 

SPURLOCK, JAMES W 3,002-34 

WATKINS, JOHN B TO AJG- 31 AND FROM NOV- 1 9,114.44 



37 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. DAVID W. DENNIS 

CERRI, ALISDN B t $6,760.86 

FRIER, FRANK t 9,124.71 

FURNIER, SHIRLEY A 5,6l3«24 

GALYEAN, CAROLYN E 2,336.16 

HORTON, ELIZABETH JILL FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 433.59 

JOHMSON, E 3RVILLE i 12,279.06 

JOHNSON, PATRICIA E FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 15 516.80 

MARSHALL, J RICHARD t 2,336.16 

MAXEINER, MARILYN G . 6*3.56 

MILDEN, MICHELE B FROM OCT. 15 TO NOV. 9 326.00 

MUR°HY, MARGARET FROM JULY 20 TO SEPT. 11 751-55 

PATRICK, LINDA K 4,974.96 

POWELL, JANET L FROM DEC. 2 • 328.69 

POWELL, RICHARD E FROM NOV. 1 1,663-26 

WALKER, KIM S TO AUG. 14 •. 635.93 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN H. OENT 

BARBERO, CAROL L 6,461-76 

BLACK, ROSALIND M 6,860.58 

GODFREY, MARTHA LYNN TO JULY 31 300-13 

KACHILO, RHODA MAE • 6,56l«'»8 

LATAGLIATA, RALPH A 4,056.30 

LENTINA, LYNNETTE M FROM OCT. 5 1, 914.82 

MARSDEN, 9ARBARA L • 6,860.58 

QUATRINI, VINCENT J, JR , 1,763-08 

SIMON, THEODORE T 7,838-64 

TRUXELL, ROMAINE S 4,541.40 

YENICH, AILEEM » 7,060.02 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD J. DERWINSKI 

BOLTON, ANN D 7,972.98 

BOLTON, JAMIE LYNN. FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 151.22 

BUCKLEY, PATRICIA M 5, 522.70 

COGSWELL, MARY M 3,682-'»4 

FISHER, JOSEPH A FROM DEC- 17 959.28 

GAGLIARDI, JUDITH R t 5,138.16 

GOODWILLIE, CAROL B 5,138.16 

HIRST, BEATRICE M 5,572-14 

KOEBEL, MARGARET A FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,449-67 

KREMIAN, FRANK TERRY FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 400.40 

MAGEE, DAVID J FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 627.09 

MALKIEWICZ, COLEEN 3,8l3.72 

MAS30TH, FLORENCE 3,682.<»4 

MEENAHAN, MARY K FROM JULY 1 2,577.50 

ORTCIGER, THOMAS W FROM JULY 1 6,156.78 

SWEET, MARY A , 7,972.98 

VANHAAFTEN, RICHARD B TO AUG. 31 2,92l«l4 



38 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. SAMUEL l_« DEVINE 

ARMSTRONG/ JOYCE E TO AUG. 14 •••• $930.26 

DEGNER/ OONMA M FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 22 2,196.58 

EDMONDSON, MARGARET L • • 4/285.37 

ENNIS/ ELlEN JANE 3/756.66 

HOYT/ JOHN S 12/022.01 

LEISER/ TERRI TO JULY 31 400.40 

TAYLOR/ MARY K 8,0?0.91 

WOLFE/ GEORGE R • • 8/020.91 

YOHO/ PAMELA JOYCE 4, 471-33 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM L« DICKINSON 

AGERTONz BETTY P • 2/566*24 

ATC-USON, MARGARET D 6/256.51 

BAMBERG/ WALTER J 7,620.38 

DEBUTTSz LOJISE B t 5/699.78 

GAS3MAN, JULIA N •• 5/315.17 

HAMPTON/ NELL B 5/021-20 

HEARING/ ANNETTE LEE TO AUG. 31 1/319.76 

JOHNSON/ JOHN K 5/503-07 

LEWIS/ SHARON KAY 3,809-05 

PEARSON/ LOJISE H FROM NOV- 1 TO NOV- 30 381-82 

POSEY/ JAMES C TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 1 1/863-55 

SORRELL/ LINDA FROM OCT- 1 • 2/059-82 

STEEN, JUNIUS C l2/559-'»4 

WHITC0M3/ KATHRYN TO JULY 31 -t • 400-40 

WISE/ RONALD FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,000.05 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES C- DIGGS, JR. 

BURRELL, TONI J FROM JJLY 1 2,562.65 

DIGGS, ANNA JOHNSTON ..|.. 4,656.72 

ERVIN, LOIS P * 9,647.45 

HARDY, BERNADETTE E , ■ 2,905.32 

JEFFERSON, CAROLYN L FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT- 30 344.21 

LEATHERWOOD, ROBERT P 2/875.12 

MATLOCK/ FELIX R 6/107.34 

QUARKER/ DOROTHY E 13/671-66 

S p IER/ JILL TO JULY 31 -. 778-84 

TILLETTE/ EILEEN S 6/107-34 

TYLER/ AL3ERT ROSCOE i 5/810-94 

WINBURN/ 3ERNARD J - 7/679-16 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN D« DINGELL 

ANDERSON/ PATRICIA A 4,298.82 

CANTWELL, JEANNETTE H , 11,196.00 

CANTWELLz MARY FRANCES 4/444.38 

COTORA/ ALLENE P 4,778.32 

EMBRY, NELL HACKNEY 4/730.16 

HANESz ANNA FROM JULY 1 TO AUG- 31 AND FROM NOV- 

16 1/438.84 

HUGHES/ A LORRAINE M 4/730.16 



39 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN D- OINGELL 

JAMES* NANCY M • 95,072-88 

KAHLER, TERESA M FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 4?4.68 

MCCUE, ELIZABETH M • 3,714.48 

PRATHER, CHARLES W • 7,624.90 

RYCHLICKI, ANNE J FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 15 682.02 

SIVERTS/ GRANT H 9,824.10 

WOOD/ MARY ANN 1/392-2* 

OFFICE OF HON. HAROLD 0. DONOHUE 

ALBERT/ SHIRLEY M 6/008-58 

BEAJCHAMP/ 3ERALDINE ••-. • 7/060.02 

BRODEJR/ ALFRED J • 932-88 

HEIBERGER/ 1 PATRICIA 4,829-49 

MERCIER, BEVERLY A • 2,702-76 

MITCHELL, MARY V • 3,506-16 

MORRISSEY, THOMAS F • 873-30 

PHILLIPS/ PAMELA C 4,372-38 

ROURKE, WILLIAM A 13/671-66 

OFFICE OF HON. WM . JENNINGS BRYAN DORN 

ANTHONY/ LINDA GAIL FROM OCT. 1 

AUTREYz NORMA F 

BEACHAM, WILLIAM P, JR 

BROWNLEY, MARTINE W TO AUG- 31 

CHRISTIAN, MARGARET FROM JULY 6 TO SEPT- 4 

DENT, CHARLOTTE B » 

FOREMAN, MARGARET J i • - 

HOBSON, JOSEPH W • 

JOHNSTON/ HARRY M/ JR t 

KYTLEz SANDRA G FROM SEPT. 1 

LAUDIG, LESLEY TO DEC 7 

POLIAKOFFz EDWARD E FROM JULY 1 

SANOIFER/ FRANCIS H TO AUG- 5 • 

SEXTON/ CARRO'-L L/ JR TO JULY 5 • 

STEWART/ MICHAEL R TO JULY 5 • 

WARD/ JUDITH M 

WIGHTMAN/ SARAH FROM AUG. 6 TO SEPT. 4 

WILBURN, WILLIAM 0, JR FROM NOV. 1 i 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN DOWDY 

AMIDON, MARJORIE i 6,893-82 

CLARK, IVA NELL » 3/122-89 

DEAN/ GERTRJDE MAXINE 5/056.56 

DETGENz VIRGINIA L FROM JJLY 1 3/009.24 

DOWDY, J 10/056.84 

GUY/ SHIRLEY RUTH 827.89 

JOHNSON, DONALD LEE • 6,430.57 

JOHNSON/ MARIE E i • 3/990-24 

MATTHEWS/ NORMA R i 1/485-96 

MAYER, MARION RITA 5,071-74 



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40 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN DOWDY 

MCDONNELL* EUNICE $10/056.84 

YOES, GERALD 4,53^.49 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS N. DOWNING 

CONMOR, LINDA MAE •••• 5,296.52 

GONZALES, BARBARA 4,355.46 

HARRIS, LOGAN, JR FROM SEPT. 1 1,985.40 

HEATED, ELIZABETH DUNN 6,893.82 

HEVENER, KARIN E t. 5, 613-24 

HORWITZ, 3ARBARA S •• 4,0*8.62 

HUTTON, E MCK t 13,671-66 

JENKINS, NANCY S 5,372«68 

NOMEYKO, ELIZABETH C 6,760.86 

OBRIEN, MARY LOU 3,666.42 

PHILLIPS, GRACE W FROM JULY 1 1,383-84 

ROSS, IDA JANE • 7,159.74 

WRIGHT, JOYIE L 737-16 

OFFICE OF HON. THADDEUS J- DULSKI 

BUSHA, PATRICIA MARY TO JULY 31 •• 408-46 

CLAY, JOYCE B - 4,153-32 

DRAJEM, IRENE TO SEPT- 30 1/584-36 

GOLEBIEWS<I, RAYMOND T t 4,54l-*0 

KARAGIANES, PETER TO OCT- 31 •• 1,490-84 

KASPRZAK, CARRIE F TO NOV- 30 •• 2,640-60 

MCCABE, JAMES J • 6,263.82 

MESSINA, CRJCIAN S - • • 2,892-66 

NEESE, E IRENE i 11,103-78 

THOMAS, CATHARIN • 4,681-20 

YAVULLA, 1ARGARET • 6,810.72 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN J. DUNCAN 



BAILEY, GRETCHEN S TO AUG. 31 ., 

BAILEY, L EDGAR. JR 

BURNETT, MARY K FROM SEPT. 1 ••• 

DAVISON, UANE TORRENCE FROM AJG> 1 TO AUG. 31 



DEL3ZIER, DORTHA P 

EVANS, LINDA 3 FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

GARRETT, VELMA L FROM AUG" 1 TO AUG" 31 

GRAN, JESSIE R 

HUMPHRIES, DAVID A FROM SEPT- 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM DEC. 

1 



MAIN, KAY UPCHURCH 

MAYNARD, .VILLI AM H 

MCRAE, MILDRED 9 • 

PAULUS, SJSAN S FROM NOV- 1 TO NOV- 30 

PEACE, ELLEN W FROM OCT- 1 TO OCT- Jl 
PIGMON, PATRICIA 



SMITH, RAYMOND FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM DEC 
SULLIVAN, RJDY F FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 



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41 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 

TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN J. OUNCAN 

SWEAT, JANNIE L S5,877.91 

WALLACE, ANNE H 3,539.02 

WATTS, CHARLOTTE ANABEL FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV- 30 1,200.21 

WEBER, LYNELLE M FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,??1.09 

OFFICE OF HON. FLORENCE P. DWYER 

AMIDON, CATHERINE JO 3,4C2»06 

ARTHUR, ELIZABETH T 5,366.64 

EICHHORVJ, HILDA , 1,869.18 

EVERETT, WILLIAM H , 3,226.98 

GALLEGOS, KATHLEEN T 4,6=7.52 

KEENAN, FRANCIS J 13,671-66 

VALLANCE, ETHEL 3,442.08 

VANDUYNE, HARRIET L J 6,206.16 

WHITEHU5ST, DIANE E FROM JULY 1 , 3,473.39 

WICHSER, PATRICIA ANN 5,072.88 

YACKER, MARC D 3,754.56 

OFFICE OF HON. BOB ECKHARDT 

COCHRAN, GLORIA B 

GLICKMAN, JULIUS 

GRAY, FRANCES L 

GREEN, THERESA 

HENDERSON, BRENDA J 

JACKSON, JUDY M 

JONES, LAJRIE BETH TO JULY 31 

LEO^J, SANTIAGO GANTT FROM SEPT. 1 

LOVE, ALMA 

MARKOWITZ, STEVEN FROM JULY 1 

OZMORE, KEITH 

R0NME3ERG, NORMAN J FROM JJLY 1 TO JULY 31 

SCHLINE, SANJD9A D 

SMITH, SHARON FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

STERN, RONALD FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT" 31 

TUCKER, DEBI FROM JJLY 1 TO JULY 31 

TURBYVILLE, CHARLES W, JR FROM AJG« 1 TO AUG. 31 

OFFICE OF HON. ED EDMONDSON 

BURTON, HELEN C 6,727.68 

FEAVER, M ELLEN FROM JJLY 1 3,162.29 

GIBBON, BETTY C 7,637.16 

GRIMES, GEORGE LACY 10,851.30 

HURT, JOAVJ D 5,138.16 

JENNINGS, MOZELLA FAYE 3,522.18 

LYNN, JOHN E 5,301-36 

MCCAULEY, WILLIAM D 4,137.12 

TEMPLE, GLENDA LOUISE FROM JULY 1 , 5,753.28 

WHITE, RICHARD H, JR 8,909.64 



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42 

SALARIES QF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. DON EDWARDS 

BARNES/ DORIS M • 

BOROUEZ/ CECILIA A i 

CHANG. LOIS L FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

CREECH/ RUBY H FROM SEPT. 1 » 

DELGADO, JESSE L TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 1 

FLOOD/ RICHARD F • 

HARDY/ LEROY C FROM DEC* 1 

HERRERA/ MANUEL R FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV- 30 

JONSEN/ ANN M FROM SEPT. 1 

KELLOGG/ MEG A FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

KIRCHEN/ SARAH J t 

LANG/ PATRICIA 

POCHE/ MARCEL B TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 1 

RUIZ/ JESJS C FROM JULY 1 TO AUG- 31 

STICKNEY/ AIL3A J , 

STUPIN/ ANDREW FROM NOV- 1 • • 

SYLVESTER/ JON FROM JULY 1 TO AUG' 31 • 

ZALENKOz KAREN D • 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWIN W. EDWARDS 

BILLEAUDz ELIZABETH C FROM JULY 1 TO AUG- 31 1/500.34 

BOOTHE/ CHERIE FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 24 400.38 

BREAUX/ JOHN B • 10/259.64 

BREAUX, LOIS DAIGLE FROM AUG. 1 .. 3/042.00 

COUSINS/ CATHERINE K TO SEPT. 30 708.39 

COUSINS/ CATHERINE K FROM OCT. 5 3/447.50 

GAINES/ MARY ALICE • 7/502.82 

GOCHENOUR/ DIANE 9 FROM JULY 5 5/488.50 

ISTRE/ 3ARBARA JANE • 2/290.92 

JEFFERS/ 3ENJAMIN LEE FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1/300.88 

JONES/ LLOYD G t 5/926.20 

MANUEL/ ROLAND A • 2/968.56 

MILLER/ SHARON K 4/120.98 

MORGAN/ JANIS SLADE TO JULY 31 608.40 

THORN/ JESSE DALE 7,782.62 

TREADWAY, DEE ANNE FROM DEC" 1 500.48 

WILMER, CHARLOTTE M 4/50L02 

OFFICE OF HON. JACK EDWARDS 

ARENDALL/ ROSALIND S 3/802'63 

BATH/ MARIANNE G FROM SEPT. 1 3/176.19 

BROWNING/ BAR9ARA J FROM AJG« 1 TO SEPT. 30 1/160.72 

CESSNA/ DANA J • 6/848.24 

CHAPMAN/ SHAPON |_ TO AUG. 31 1/442.75 

DIXON/ JOAN W 5/172.55 

DUDLEY/ ROBERT Wz JR FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 1/882.08 

HAYS/ SHIRLEY JO 5/713.44 

JACKSON, CHARLES E TO AJG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 5 7/526.64 

NORRIS/ WIL30M C • 6/192.26 

PRUITT/ DAVID C, III 12/788.51 

RICHARDSOM/ RUBY J 4/015.06 

WILLIAMS/ HAROLD FROM JULY 1 2/482.08 



43 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JACK EDWARDS 

WIMBERLEY, MARY L TO JJ|_Y 31 S5g0.36 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSHUA EILBERG 

BEACHBOARD, SHEILA L 4,306.92 

DUNNE. MARY 5,301.36 

GIES, PATRICIA ANNE 5^301.36 

KRAWCZUK, RUSSELL Y 6,627.96 

LEVINE, PAUL J 8, 909.64 

LYONS, AGNES MARIE 4,023.96 

MARKS, BEATRICE g 9fe 8.56 

MATHIUS, FRANK J 6,000.30 

MORGAN, GRACE W , 703.08 

NELSON, NANCY 13,513.80 

SHORE, AUGUSTA S 1,434.90 

STILLWELL, 9ETTE J 4,242.24 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN N. ERLENBORN 

HANN, DOROTHY J 3,256.08 

KAY3ER, PAULINE 3,506.16 

MAXWELL, JOANNE D 10/502»*0 

MCGREW, FINLEY 10,502.40 

MCMICHAEL, MARY E 3,442.08 

MICHAELS, LEONA , 3,214.28 

NOUMNAN, CLAUDIA P FROM AJG. 1 1,479.25 

ROEDERER, JJDY ANN 3,442.08 

SCARCELLI, PAULINE 2,402.40 

SLADEK, CAROLYN M , 6,30*'98 

TREES, GEORGE S, JR 5,268.72 

WALKER, DEBORAH LEE , i 2, 905.32 

2EPP, RUTH GLENDA 6,304.98 

OFFICE OF HON. MARVIN L« ESCH 

AMAZEEN, NANCY E 926.35 

CAMPBELL, CHARLOTTE D , 2,721.13 

CHAMBERS, MARY ALICE , 7,737.96 

COLEMAN, DONNA RAE FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 277.33 

COX, BRENDA K , 3, 912.93 

DILLINGHAM, FREDERICK FROM JULY 1 Tu JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

1 TO OCT. 31 3,515.28 

GOETHE, MARJORIE E FROM SEPT. 1 899.88 

JONES, ROBERTS TO OCT. 15 AND FROM NOV. 1 11,415.58 

MCDANIELS, GARRY L FROM DEC. 1 1,031.62 

MILFORD, JOHN FROM AJG. 1 2,138.64 

MILLER, LJRENA M TO OCT. 1 AND FROM NOV. 1 4,239.26 

MINTER, ELIZABETH ANN , 5,076.61 

PARK, RONALD W TO NOV. 22 7, 812.68 

RAI30N, RICHARD H FROM AJG. 1 TO OCT. 15 AND FROM NOV. 1 5,7R7.22 

SAGE, WILLIAM C TO JJLY 31 ., 1, 001-43 

SWANDBY, DIANA W TO NOV. 22 2,683.85 

WOGAN, JANICE M 4,444.38 



53-476 O - 71 - 4 



44 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWIN 0. ESHLEMAN 

BURKE* JUNE H ' 813,482.24 

FELTY, PATRICIA A 4,250.34 

HEINZEL, VIOLET 8,040.18 

JACKSON, 3E0RGE W • 9,359.64 

LORD, CHRISTOPHER D FROM OCT. 1 423.87 

MOYER, RANDALL R TO JULY 19 • • 206.33 

REEDY, R RONALD 6,56l«48 

RHEN, MARJORIE WILLS 2,236.26 

SHOPE, ELIZABETH ANN FROM JULY 20 TO AUG. 31 4*5.23 

SIMPSON, PETER H TO AUG. 26 809-37 

WALKER, ROBERT S • • 8,040.18 

WERNER, SARA A TO SEPT. 4 924.99 

WITMER, JANET H • • 2,236.26 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK E. EVANS 

CONLON, RICHARD P 6,810.72 

DURIGON, VERA LOU • 4,5?4.42 

GARDNER, EDWARD E, JR 5,306.81 

GIBSON, ARCH E 8,957.10 

GILBERT, ELSIE L FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 250.26 

HULSHIZER, R 3ALE • 13,162.26 

KALMAN, WALTER FROM AUG. 1 1,140.48 

LARSEN, BAR3ARA EWING • 3,707.44 

LOVATO, DAISY t 2,188.38 

MARTINSEN, OLIVIA A TO OCT. 31 434.72 

MUSSO, JOYCE BULKLEY i 4,289.40 

NYBERG, LYNN ELISE TO SEPT. 11 1,564.89 

ROLAND, KAREN TO SEPT. 30 1,000.96 

SAULS, PATRICIA K FROM SEPT. 1 2,474.28 

STONE, JUDITH L FROM DEC» 1 t 49*t«76 

OFFICE OF HON. JOE L« EVINS 

BRANDT, MARY LYNN TO JULY 31 560.33 

BROWN, FRANKLIN H i 3,762*54 

CRABTREE, RHONDA ELAINE TO AUG- 31 • ■ 1,024.68 

GENTRY, CHARLES E FROM DEC* 1 500.48 

HICKS, LUCILLE C 5,123.20 

HOUSEWRIGHT, WILMA H FROM SEPT. 1 3,320.61 

MITCHELL* RICHARD L 4,442.28 

PARKER, GERALDINE • • • 11*777.74 

PARRISH, EMILIA E TO AUG. 31 • 1,720.88 

TERRY, STEPHANIE FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG- 31 500.48 

WALKER, JANE PEARSON 5,780.74 

WALKER, ROBERT MICHAEL TO AUG. 31 • 1,227.48 

WILLIAMS, BERRY C FROM JULY 1 • 8,269.02 

YARBROUGH, JOHNNIE BOB FROM SEPT. 1 2,401-52 

OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE H« FALLON 

HOYLAND, FRANCES B • • 6,48l«66 

MCOUAID, VINCENT L, JR •••• • 5,301*36 



45 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. GEORSE H. FALLON 

MOHLER, ELEANOR P S4,985«84 

MOORE* AREAL WALKER •••• 6, 453. 48 

NEVITT, BETTY ANN 4,379.70 

SULLIVAN/ WILLIAM A 5, 162* 6* 

WEHMAN, MICHAEL F FROM DEC- 1 it 300.13 

OFFICE OF HON. LEONARD FARBSTEIN 

ALLEN, DAVID R FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,422.18 

BLUME, CLAIRE 3,329.94 

HYMAN, PEARL t 4,242.24 

LEVIN, ELLIS TO SEPT. 30 3,446.91 

LUY, MIRA F 4,672.78 

MANESS, ETHEL I3,671«6b 

MARGOLIN, NATHAN 6,04l«46 

MARKS, DAVID •• 3,594.30 

MORELL, ANN 4,2l8-00 

NIEVES, FRANKLIN FROM SEPT. 1 2,844.3fc 

SPINNER, SARAH 4,193'70 

STACKHOUSE, ELIZABETH 4,309.62 

OFFICE OF HON. DANTE B. FASCELL 

ANSPACH, SUSAN 3 TO AUG- 31 

BROOKS, GARY THOMAS FROM NOV. 1 

BUCKLEY, JOHN R 

BURRIS, BAR3ARA DIANE • 

EVANS, EDITH VINCENT 

GILLER, BRIAN JAY FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

HILL, ALMENA PIERSON 

JUDSON, SHARON M TO AUG. 10 •• 

KAMIS, GEORGIA • 

KLINE, VALERIE FROM DEC. 1 

LEIGHTM4N, CARYL W TO AUG. 31 •• 

LEVIN, LEON FROM NOV. 1 

NICHOL, M JANET I 

OREGAN, CHARLES R • 

OYEN, RUTH ANNE • 

PHILLIP3, ANN LOUISE FROM SEPT. 1 • 

RAGUSE, PATRICIA ANN FROM AUG- 1 TO AUG. 31 

TURNER, FERRECITA L FROM AUG. 11 TO SEPT. 1 

VINTER, CLARE E 

OFFICE OF HON. MICHAEL A. FEIGHAN 

BERGER, DAVID G FROM DEC- 1 300-13 

CASH, FRANCES RUH FROM AUG. 1 3,207.29 

EGGERS, BETTY J 2,766.06 

FEIGHAN, WILLIAM M • 13,671.66 

GALLAGHER, JOSEPH M FROM JULY 5 TO OCT. 20 • 1,295.70 

GOTTSCHALK, JO ANN M 5,376.64 

GREEN, GEORSE A FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 •• 649.19 

HOPKINS, IRENE M FROM NOV- 1 t 868.60 



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46 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HONt MICHAEL A. FEIGHAN 

KOONTZ, THOMAS 9 S12, 773.01 

LEONARD* JOHN S t •... 4,347.36 

LOZANO, FERNANDO f 13,146.30 

MCNAIR, ROY P FROM AUG" 1 1,65^-Sl 

MERVIS, FAYE SHARON FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 200.86 

MONAGAN, NANCY H FROM NOV. 1 • 206-53 

OCONNOR, JANICE M FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 352.19 

SIEGRIST, ANNE MARIE TO JULY 31 482.11 

STACK, 3ARBARA J FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 107.26 

TAMMEN, SUSAN SMITH TO AUG. 11 946.03 

URBAS, ALICE K 2,583.48 

OFFICE OF HON. =AUL FINOLEY 

ARTHUR, HELEN M 5,203«44 

EVANS, MADELYN • 4,323-12 

FAGAN, ETTA M • • 2,326.44 

GORMEY, MARIJO • • 4,597.98 

JOYNER, NANCY L 4,250.34 

MADSON, GARY K n 7,254.95 

MILLIGAN, PATRICIA A t.- 3,762-54 

NORTON, DONALD R 11,626.50 

PALI, EVELYN MARIE FROM JJLY 5 • 4,896-32 

STRICKER, RANDALL W FROM DEC 1 322.93 

TERIO, VICKIE M 3,805.62 

WALKER, ETHEL EUDENE TO NOV. 15 •• 2, 310.97 

WICHSER, R03ERT J 9,198.77 

OFFICE OF HON. HAMILTON FISH, JR. 



BARRY, JOHN D •••• 

CAVANAUGH, SHIRLEY J • 

CLOW, MARIAN G • 

COFFEE, ALAN F, JR FROM JULY 23 

DODGE, MARION T FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 

TO NOV. 30 • 

ELLSWORTH, AGUSTA M FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT' 31 -•-.»• 



ELY, AYA H 

FRAZER, SARA E FROM AUG. 1 

FUIMARELLO, HELEN FROM AUG. 1 

FULLERTON, JULIA C 

HOWE, ADAM B FROM DEC- 1 ■ • 

LUCEY, NORA ' 

MAZZACANO, MARY t ' 

NACCARATO, JOHN J ' 

PARSONS, KATHERINE M TO JULY 31 

SCHROTZ, MARGARET C TO JULY 31 -. 

WILES, EUNICE D FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 .. 

WOOD, CONSTANCE K FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 



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47 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. 0. C. FISHER 

CANTRELL, GLENNA W TO JUlY 11 $333-95 

CHANDLER, ED 9,072*06 

DONALDSON* RODNEY E TO JULY 31 456.79 

DUPUY, PAJLINE HOEHLER 8/451*30 

GALLO, GRACE FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM DEC 1 1,699-13 

HILL, GRADY FROM OCT" 1 3,246.24 

HUCKABEE, GERRY N 1,766.58 

INGRAM, JUNE 5,138.16 

KETCHEM, GERTRUDE W 2,327.91 

KIKTA, MILDRED 6,008.58 

MABRY, LAJRA LYNNE FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 197.95 

MCKEE, MATTIE MAE i 6,008.58 

MEACHAM, GRACE E TO JULY 31 456.79 

NIX3N, VICKI H FROM SEPT. 1 4,005.72 

PAULY, HELEN S 12,652*86 

ZERTUCHE, MARIA 1,766.58 

OFFICE OF HON. DANIEL J* FLOOD 

ALTMAN, RICHARD H it 

BOBEC<, ANDREA M TO JULY 31 • 

CASEY, LAWRENCE J 

CLARK, MICHAEL A 

DOAM, TESSA LOUISE FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 15 

ELKO, STEPHEN B FROM SEPT. 1 

GIBBONS, EU3ENE J TO SEPT. 30 • 

HANOVER, ROBERT D ■ 

HEGARTY, EU3ENE D TO AUG. 31 

JONES, HUGH T FROM SEPT- 1 •••• 

KONECKE, KAREN TO SEPT. 28 

REISS, FLORENCE D 

SHEERINi SARAH MARIE FROM SEPT. 1 

THOMAS, DOUGLAS 

TOMASCIK, HELEN M i 

TRAMONTANA, KATHLEEN FROM OCT. 1 it 

YOURISHAN, LEONA M FROM DEC 14 

OFFICE OF HON. WALTER FLOWERS 

CHRISTIAN, JOHN M 12<65*»70 

DEARMAN, ANDREW J, JR 4,779.12 

DELOACH, MARY B •• 2,639*46 

EATON, EMMETT W, JR 3,862*20 

FLANAGAN, MARY PALMER I 5,327.91 

GRANT, LORRAINE TO JULY 31 AND FROM DEC 1 596.16 

HILTERBRICK, FAY C 3,636.08 

LAKE, AUBREY M FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 214.52 

SCARBROUGH, RAYFORD LYN FROM SEPT. 1 815-25 

SIKES, STANLEY B TO OCT. 31 8,683*04 

SPENCER, WILLIE DAWSON FROM NOV* 1 1,046.52 

TALLEY, LINDA S 4, 4pl.35 

THOMAS, CHARLES W 7,560.14 

WOOD, BOBBY C 6,960.36 



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48 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN J. FLYNT, JR. 

AKIN, JOE B S3<381«87 

BELL* CATHERINE GENEVA 2,5l9«76 

BIRDSEY, R03ERT BRUCE 3,862'20 

GREENE, STEVE C FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 1/015.15 

HARPER, H DON FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,050.83 

JOINER, RAE C ■ 3,538.20 

KEARNS, CAROLYN S TO OCT. 31 1,919.47 

LANGSTON, MARY V 5,558.28 

LUCAS, MARY L OU 9,135.21 

NEWMAN, SUE ANN FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG* 31 1,050.83 

PARROTT, REBECCA K • t 3,298.35 

PFEIL, MAXIME KAY 5,1*5.99 

REDMAN, CHARLES L, JR • 10,259.64 

RODBELL, ARTHUR T FROM DEC 1 i 698.95 

SHURLING, F TREDWAY 7,435.68 

STANLEY, LILA GAIL > 5, 909.76 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS S- FOLEY 

CULHANE, MARGARET M 4,762«66 

FALKNOR, RICHARD W C t 12,519.23 

FIRST, WILLIAM L t 11,056.48 

HANSEN, ARTHUR MICHAEL • • 10,828.55 

HERDENER, ALISON J TO SEPT. 30 1,769.10 

HOLLEY, THOMAS W t 890. 34 

MAUK, MARILYN D • 3,805«62 

RINGER, JEAM C t 6,420.24 

SCOTT, DALE D FROM DEC' 1 107.26 

SHELDON, MARGARET E FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 1,179.40 

SHEPHERD, KATHERINE • 4,379.70 

SHERWIN, DEMNIS 643.56 

SMALL, STEPHAN KENDALL FROM SEPT. 11 1,074.78 

VIDET, POTE PUNYAGUPTA TO SEPT. 10 372-70 

WILLIAMS, KAY J t 5,30l«36 

OFFICE OF HON. 3ERALD R» FORD 

BRANYAN, R03ERT G» II FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG* 31 

COLLIS, HARRY HERBERT FROM SEPT. 1 

COYKENDALL, LESTER FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

DUKOV, ESTHER 

HESSLER, DOROTHY E • 

KAMSTRA, ANNE F 

LEONARD, MILDRED • • 

MAHDER, RJTH • * 

TERHORST, GEORGE FROM JULY 20 TO NOV. 30 

TURKENBURG, THERESE J t 

VANDERMOLEN, THOMAS D FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

VANDERTILL, GORDON E 

VERDIER, DAVID D TO JULY 31 «t 

WALTON, MICHAEL C FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

WESTF1ELD, ELAINE M t 

WILSON, JOSEP-IINE E 

ZINN, MARY JANE FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 • 





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49 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

office of hon. william 0. ford 

bertr4nd, martha , $5,338-88 

brunner, haro-d f to july 31 -. # 3?8.63 

certain, stephanie l 2,729-94 

hatcher, alfred t , 7,957.25 

jolly, Thomas r 3,759.89 

LANE, ESTHER C 5^640.40 

LEGG, ROBERT DAVID FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 597.72 

MARGETICH, HANNAH B 4,802-*8 

MCKNIGHT, PATRICIA M 3^459. 07 

PLANTY, MARY ALICE TO NOV. 20 4,602-87 

RATHBUN, FRANK H 13,671-66 

SUDOW, ELLEN L FROM NOV. 21 1,164-33 

TALLMADGE, PATRICIA 3,605-94 

URBAN, JOAN L 5,062-17 

WAINIO, HELEN B 5,713.44 

OFFICE OF HON. EO FOREMAN 

BISHOP, MARCIA FROM DEC- 14 396-84 

COMFORT, SYLVIA H , 9,3*9-64 

ELLIS, 3ARBARA J TO NOV. 30 3,901-00 

GLOVER, SANDRA J 3,862.20 

GREEN, SHIRLEY RUTH 2,442.72 

HARRIS, KAY ZELLER FROM DEC- 1 t 700.30 

HOUGHTON, MONICA E 3, 256.08 

J0HAN30N, BECKY FROM DEC- 1 780-20 

KERNS, DIANA C 3,497.44 

LACOCK, PATRICIA KAY TO NOV. 30 3, 128.80 

LIP3IG, GAYLE L TO JULY 10 250.50 

MONTOYA, RICHARD T 7,159.74 



MORGAN, LARRY 



7, 737.96 



SANBORN, BURTON D 9,989.54 

SHEEDY, LAURELLE FOOTE FROM JJLY 1 3,039-01 

WEISSMAN, ALICE J 3,862-20 

WOOD, JUDITH L 3,081-30 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWIN B- FORSYTHE 

BROWN, DOROTHY LEE FROM NOV. 4 ■ 1,637-42 

BROWNE, WILLIAM V FROM NOV- 1 3,977.16 

FRIEDLANDER, 3ERNICE FROM NOV- 1 1,366.74 

GATTY, R03ERT C FROM NOV- 1 2,872-82 

JAGO, MARGARET K FROM NOV- 1 791-39 

LEWIS, CLEMENT B, JR FROM NOV- 4 1,980-94 

MCGANN, MARY B FROM NOV- 1 1, 902-72 

MCTAMNEY, JANE FROM NOV- 4 1,3*8.00 

PRI3E, LILLIAN VIRGINIA FROM NOV- 19 667-56 

SHANLEY, 3RIGID FROM NOV. 23 l,3?0-63 

OFFICE OF HON. L- H. FOUNTAIN 

BAYOL, MARGARET S 8,260.56 

BEST, HELEN H 3,8f9-13 



50 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. L- H. FOUNTAIN 

BLAKE* BETTY J TC AUG. 15 •. SI, 111. 10 

DANIEL* TED L • 9,277.32 

GREENWOOD, MARTHA KENDALL TO AUG. 10 625.93 

LEMLY, LOJISE C » 5,138.16 

LILES, LUCY G • 4,444.38 

LUCAS, ANNETTE FAIRLESS FROM AJG« 14 2,668.58 

PITTMAN, WALTER J 10,866.48 

WIL30M, ALICE E FROM NOV. 1 ....• 214.52 

OFFICE OF HON. DONALD M. FRASER 

BINDER, LOIS 2,6?*«96 

CHANCE, CAROL FROM SEPT. 10 2,167.69 

ELLIOTT, GERA.D R 6,958-52 

FLEISCHHACKER, V M i • 5,843.88 

GLENNON, MICHAEL J TO AUG. 21 • •* 1,547.99 

GOODELL, STEPHEN FROM AUG- 22 TO SEPT- 30 659.35 

GRUCHOW, PAJL TO AUG. 31 «i l,4?2-24 

hegburg, alan s from sept. 1 3, 643. 04 

krattli, verna kay • 3,483.18 

leonard, winifred e from oct. 1 to oct. 31 1,931.34 

maciver, dale • 12,559-44 

nathanson, iric • 5,092-02 

obrien, georgia mary • 3,205.46 

patterson, phyllis • • 4,235.60 

paulus, judith a to sept. 9 and from nov. 1 1,977.64 

wonmeberger, Elsie j 5,843.88 

office of hon. =eter h. b. frel ingh jysen 

andrukitis, barbara d » 

armstrong, catherine b i 

chester, john chapman from nov. 1 - 

cotter, anita p to july 31 

farre.l, thomas d from aug. 1 to aug. 31 

golden, carl r • • 

herbert, wilma g 

johnson, virginia r 

KENDALL, WILLIAM T i • 

KROL, YOLANOA LOUISE » 

MAXWELL, MARGARET L FROM AJG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

MONTERO, LORRAINE A FROM SEPT. 1 

OWENS, WILLODEAN FROM SEPT. 21 

SCHWEICKERT, °HYLLIS P 

TONICH, DOROTHY G FROM JJLY 7 

OFFICE OF HON. LOUIS FREY, JR. 

DALEY, FRANK J, JR 6,896-48 

JORDAN, CAROLYN L 3,205.11 

JUAREZ, OSCAR F -- 13,67l«66 

KIRWAN, GLENNA L , 6,022«96 

LACY, MYRTLE M t 3,386.04 



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51 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. LOUIS FREY, JR. 

MIXER* RANDI M - $3,285.24 

MOORE, REBECCA N FROM JULY 1 • 3,703-77 

PICCO, SHERRIL ANN FROM DEC- 1 636.97 

PICKETT, ANNE CALDWELL TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 4,890-61 

STENBERG, MARY E TO NOV. 19 2,<»69-'»3 

WALTERS, PAMELA M • • 3,544.93 

WEINBERG, HOWARD MYRON FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 492*65 

WILSON, CHARLES D 4,935.72 

OFFICE OF HON. SAMUEL N. FRIEOEL 

BROWN, SELMA CARTER • 3,862-20 

FINEBER3, CAROLE FROM JULY 15 TO AUG. 10 40*-H 

FRIEDMAN, IRVING t 3,862-20 

HAYS, SUZANNE 3,821-82 

UUSTICE, HAZEL R 13,671.66 

LAS3ER, MARILYN 6,856.54 

LUTHER, IRMA M 6,498.86 

MANDEL, DAVID « • ' 11,136.62 

OWENS, RE3INA C TO AUG. 15 AND FROM SEPT- 28 2,872-85 

SANTANGELO, JOYCE L FROM AUG- 17 TO NOV. 30 2,893-28 

STALEY, JOANNE A • 4,8?8-08 

STONE, JUDITH L TO UULY 31 -. 139-88 

OFFICE OF HON. UAMES G. FULTON 

CAMERON, MARTHA E • «• 

CHEN, DOROTHY ELLEN FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

CONNOLLY, KATHLEEN ANN FROM SEPT. 1 

GUERRIERI, DAVID F FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

IMBER, A 3 " t 

IMBER, DELORES A FROM SEPT. 1 

MACOM, RICHARD LEE FROM DEC- 1 

MARYN, MARGOT M t 

MCPHERON, BAP3ARA 

MCPHERON, RITA M 

PIECKA, BETTY LOU i 

ROTHROCK, KAREN ANN 

SAKLAS, DOLORES 

SCHIPANI, UUDITH ANN 

SILVERMAN, STEPHEN A TO SEPT. 30 • - 

SMITH, MARGARET A FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG- 31 

STEVENHAGEN, CATHERINE FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

TRUSKIE, STANLEY FROM UULY 1 TO JULY 31 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD FULTON 

BRAWLEY, HI?AM d FROM DEC- 1 • 857.72 

COX, MATTYE P 4,681-20 

DRAKE, JAMES E 13,671-66 

FRITH, OLLIE T 2,968.56 

GENTLE, BERNICE K • 3,738.48 

GREGORY, DONALD -.- 8,747-16 



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52 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD FULTON 

HARRIET, EDITH 44,974.96 

HURVITZ, JEANNE R •• • 3,975.42 

JONES, DELORES JEAN TO JULY 3 54.27 

LANCASTER, ANITA • 2,935.86 

MOTT, MICHAEL I TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 1,601.60 

NELSON, LULA BLACK 1,779.12 

THORNTON, WYADINE F • 5,3?3«60 

WALKER, WEIDA FRANCES FROM JJLY 4 , 2,362'36 

OFFICE OF HON. DON FUQUA 

ALLEN, KAREN 4 5,30l'36 

ARRINGTON, LARRY W TO AUG. 14 •• 660.67 

BAILEY, JUNE E 2,367.90 

BARNES, CAROLYN J • 3,959.28 

CHALKER, CHARLES W • 4,193'70 

DEMONTMOLLIN, STEPHEN 5,769.72 

GEORGE, COURTNEY TO SEPT. 13 1, 605.71 

HICKS, THOMAS P • 8,560.32 

MCKAY, JOAN S • 4, 541-40 

MCNEAL, AILEEN M FROM AJG- 15 TO AUG- 31 • 2fr3.87 

SCUDDER, ANN HAMILTON t 4,347.36 

STENSGAARD, ELIZABETH 1,663-98 

WAD3W3RTH, HERBERT, JR 12,725.94 

OFFICE OF HON. NICK GALIFIANAKIS 

BOICE, DONA 3,293.97 

BOOKER, VIRGINIA GRIER • 3,975.42 

DILLARD, MADGE D TO OCT. 31 3, 166.10 

FLETCHER, BAR3ARA M • 4,877.04 

HAMLET, ANN T i • 2,023*08 

HONEYCUTT, CAROLYN H FROM JULY 1 3,948.18 

JONES, HOWARD F, III t 8,631.88 

LANCASTER, JOHN M 7,211-66 

LASHLEY, ANN ROBERTA > 3,829.54 

POOLE, 3ARBARA B FROM OCT. 1 696.08 

REID, BALDWIN HORN FROM NOV. 1 1,085.36 

REUSING, MICHAEL V TO AUG. 31 800.80 

STILLEY, EVELYN H 4,609-22 

SUGG, MARGARET JOYCE t 8,747.16 

WEIR, LUCY ANN i 4, 161-38 

OFFICE OF HON. CORNELIUS E. GALLAGHER 

BEL^ICK, MARK A 6,461-76 

CARRO.L, MARY E • •• 3,959.28 

COOK, MICHAEL • * 3,730.50 

DRAKE, NANCY 3ARR0TT t 5, 119.78 

FALCO, FRANK A TO SEPT. 30 831.99 

FRANK, R03ERT FROM SEPT. 14 TO SEPT. 30 236.68 

HENNESSEY, ARLENE M FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 4,957.12 

JACKSON, GREGORY J. TO SEPT. 30 • 1,201-20 



53 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CORNELIUS E. GALLAGHER 

KIM, KWANG FROM SEPT. 1 $2,191.81 

MAY/ ELIZABETH 13,671.66 

MCCASSIE, MARY FROM NOV- 1 • 978.98 

MILBOURNE* SUSAN TEALE TO SEPT. 13 1,460.93 

MULLANAPHY, LOIS A 4,541.40 

PLAYER, ANNE M 4,501-02 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD A. GARMATZ 

CAS3A0Y, HELEN 8 FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 4,570.20 

ENGELHARDT, HILDA A FROM AJG. 1 TO OCT. 31 4, 057.86 

GARMATZ, ELIZABETH L 13,671-66 

HART, PAULA A 6, 071.98 

HOFFERBERT, LOUIS T, JR , 9,395.10 

KIESSLING, ALFREDA H TO JULY 31 2,256.25 

LIDINSKY, RICHARD A, JR TO SEPT. 30 3,280.74 

LYNCH, HICHELE J . 4,974.96 

RID3LFI, FRANK ANTHONY FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT- 31 1,093.58 

SLIFKER, VICTORIA M , 5,465.04 

SZULINSKI, JANE A FROM NOV. 1 1,606.64 

TRACY, JANICE E 6,561-48 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH M. GAYDOS 

BARTOLOTTA, VINCENT, JR FROM OCT. 1 - 1, 313.40 

CLOSSIN, RICHARD E t 7,939.44 

DIMARCO, PATRICIA 4,541.40 

GEORGE, MAE OLA , 3,345.96 

GILMORE, JOYCE W 4,541.40 

GORDON, SCOTT LHORMER TO JULY 5 43.37 

HANBURY, SANDRA D 6,206.16 

JONES, PHYLLIS SUSAN 3,081-30 

LESLIE, GEORGE A TO SEPT. 30 2,867.04 

MANDELLA, BERNARD A 10,663.56 

POCIASK, CHARLES J FROM AUG. 13 1,660.92 

SCHWARTZ, NANCY A FROM JULY 6 TO AUG. 12 320.95 

STAISEY, WINIFRED H , 4,541.40 

TOBASH, DARLENE 4,444.38 

ZAJICEK, JOSEPH R 8,747.16 

OFFICE OF HON. TOM S- GETTYS 

COTTY, WILLIAM F , 6,335.29 

FERGUSON, HER9ERT H i 13,576.92 

HANLEY, JEANNE M 3,762.54 

HEARN, GE0R3E M, JR FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 15 • 261-63 

JORDAN, CHRISTINA W FROM JULY 16 TO AUG. 15 5?3.26 

LAW30M, HAROLD ARTHUR FROM NOV. 1 • 1,416.78 

LEE, NELL S , 2,085.78 

LEPPARD, VIRGINIA ADAIR FROM AUG. 16 TO SEPT. 15 5?3.26 

MAYES, PATPICIA FROM AUG. 16 TO SEPT. 15 523.26 

ROBERTS, LINDA J 4,606.08 

SAMPSON, DE90RAH ELLEN TO JULY 15 AND FROM AUG. 1 3,862.63 



54 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 

TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. TOM S. GETTYS 

SECREST, ANDREW P FROM JULY 16 TO AUG. 15 $5?3-26 

STEGALL, SHIRLEY W • •• 3,066-72 

STEPHENS/ MARY WINSTON FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 49*. 76 

STEWART, JOHN C, JR FROM JULY 2 TO DEC 15 5/436.7* 

SUMNER, ROBERT E, III TO JULY 15 -. 261-63 

WARD, ROBERT M • 8,1*0.92 

WIL30M, MARTHA ANN FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 523.26 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT N. GIAIMO 

ARONHALT, KAY A 3,23*-37 

BERMEY, STEVEN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 1* 152«03 

FIRKIN, DONWA K 3,3*5.96 

FIRKIN, LINDA KAY FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 16 5*8.17 

HOOK, DEBORAH MARIE 2,8l5.77 

LANE, LAURENCE F FROM JULY 15 3,657.59 

MARINELLI, BONNIE M TO JULY 10 ••• 322.83 

MATHEWS, SUSA*J DEE *, 573-7* 

MEHLMAN, STEVEN t 5,007.60 

MOORE, FRANCIS J 7,637-16 

NAPOLI, TERESA J • *, 501-02 

NIXON, D EILEEN 13, 671*66 

RICHARD, R03ERT S FROM JULY 1 5,*g8«ll 

SCARPULLA, A THOMAS •• • 8,*?2«26 

VAUGHAN, JOYCE SUSAN TO AUG. 1* «t 673.05 

OFFICE OF HON. SAM GIBBONS 

ALCALDE, HECTOR 13,671.66 

BOWMAN, ANN 01EARA FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 23*. 89 

CHASE, MARGARET ANN FROM SEPT. 1 TO DEC 15 1,879.6* 

CRIBB, HERSCHEL TO OCT. 18 •• 5,*09-l* 

DYE, ROY AUGUSTUS, III FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 638.31 

FERNANDEZ, MARGARET 2,101-90 

GERSH, MARK TO JULY 31 -i *9*-76 

HAMILL, PHOEBE B t. *,265.97 

HARFORD, PATRICIA ' 5,679-25 

HEATH, CAROLYN K »•• *, 803-98 

HOWLETT, NELL J » 8,*p0.82 

MCCLINTOCK, LYNRAE • J *,*?0.28 

MILLER, ROBERT W TO AUG. 31 *?*.*0 

MORE, MARY LYSNE FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 •• 7*0.86 

NOVAK, MARY ANN FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 9*1.00 

OBANNON, DONA • 8,*92-29 

PASOUALI, JOA^J FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG- 31 . 708.39 

STEWART, JANIS E • *,779.3* 

OFFICE OF HON. JACOB H. GILBERT 

BRYAN, BENJAMIN FROM DEC 1 • 1,052-21 

CHERRY, ANDREW FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 

1 TO NOV. 30 6,827.91 

ERICSSON, ALFRED T TO JULY 31 530-5* 



55 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JACOB H. GILBERT 

FLEISCHMAN, I SAUL TO JULY 31 •. $308.68 

FRANCESCHI, CARMEN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

TO OCT. 31 • 1,628.40 

GITTIN, ALVIN S FROM AUG. 1 11,366.70 

GODFREY, MARTHA L FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 148.39 

HATCHERSON, JANE W TO NOV. 30 «. 3,135.45 

LEVINE, ANNELIESE FROM JJLY 1 TO JULY 31 408.46 

LEWIN. ESTHER TO JULY 31 910.76 

mosley, albert 3, 714.4s 

NIELSEN, ELOISE G 5,007.60 

PALMER, FLOREMCE 13,671*66 

PLATT, RONALD FROM DEC* 1 624.42 

ROBERTS, SARAH K > 4,795.44 

SEELMEYER, 3ERTHA A FROM JJLY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC" 1 5,024.18 

WALTER, SANDRA M 1 4, 441.27 

OFFICE OF HON. BARRY M. GOLOWATER, JR. 

COX, JOHN E, JR • 

ELLERTON, SIGNY S 

GAUL, EMMY ^OJ 1 

GER4CHIS, JAC3UELINE A ■ 

GREEN, DOROTHY J • 

HAVLICEK, JANE E 

LOMAX, WILLIAM L 

MCCLAIN, WILLIAM 

NEEDHAM, LAJRIE A 

PETERSEN, SARA A TO OCT. 10 •• 

PHILLIPS, CAROLINE A FROM DEC 10 

RUTHERFORD, MARY F 1 

SAUNDERS, DEBRA JO 

SWALLOW, JEAN K * t 

OFFICE OF HON. HENRY B- GONZALEZ 

BARRERA, PATTY M 2,666.55 

BEAGLE, GAIL J 1 13,359.95 

BUSTAMANTE, ALBERT G 5,843.88 

CALDWELL, BERNAOETTE C 3,996.96 

CANTU, CAROLYN L FROM JULY 5 TO AUG* 31 200.22 

CANTU, RAYM0N3 I, JR ■ 2,008.39 

CLAYTON, CORA FAYE 7,176.36 

MARTIN, CHARLES W TO JULY 4 14.30 

MARTINEZ, IRMA H TO AUG. 16 1,160.58 

MEEK, KELSAY R 10,608.54 

MENA, HORTENCE G t 4,444.38 

RODGERS, 3RENDA R 1 2,904.96 

TAMEZ, LUZ 3 6,893.82 

THOMAS, WILLIAM FROM SEPT. 1 695.19 

WONG, ELLA M FROM AUG. 17 2,690.66 



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56 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE A. GOODLING 

BRENDLE, MURIEL P ....... $1,663-98 

BRUEGGEMAN, EDITH R •••• 3/730.50 

BYNAKER, MARY ROSALIE • 5, 810-94 

FETTER LUCILLE F 3,730.50 

KLINE, PAUL A 13,008.78 

MOPSIK, LOUISE A TO AUG. 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 1, 415.24 

NEWCOMER, NANCY A * 5,8l0«94 

PEIFFER, PERRY A 8,454.72 

RAVER, BARBARA E •••• 8,454.72 

OFFICE OF HON. KENNETH U« GRAY 

BERGIN, MARGARET J 8,124.12 

CARLTON, DAVID S> JR 7,805.10 

DANT, SHERRILt INEZ 4,120-98 

GAYER, PAUL WILLIAM 3,762-54 

GRAY, THOMAS W • 8,405.22 

MYERS, MELANIE R ••• 4,1?0.98 

NOLEN, WILLIAM ••• 7,126.50 

OTTERSON, VIRGINIA • 3, 75'*. 56 

RUSHING, CHLOE t 4,1?0.98 

SPENCER, DIXIE U • 4,120.98 

TOWERS, KATHLEEN M t 4,120.98 

UNDERWOOD, SHARON • • 4,096.68 

OFFICE OF HON. EDITH GREEM 

BALLARD, 3LAND ,,...... 6,860.58 

CANNON, JANINE V • 2,746.08 

DAVIS, NANCY L 3,708.69 

FEEMEY, RICHARD E TO NOV. 30 • 7,388.07 

HAHN, ELIZABETH KATHRYN 7,368.54 

HENSLEY, MARGARET M • 2,15^*18 

MACDONALD, UAMES M TO SEPT. 4 AND FROM DEC* 1 1,960.71 

MCKAY, DELORA F 6, 000.33 

SHO^T, ROBERT L TO UULY 15 AND FROM AUG- 1 589.93 

STAPLETON, MARILYN RAE 6,877.26 

SWAN, STANLEY N • 8,260.56 

VANTURE, LONNIE ANN FROM SEPT. 5 TO NOV. 30 • 1,793-85 

VANTURE, PAUL S 7,560.57 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM U« GREEN 

BUSSE, GRACE ELLEN 4,153«32 

DORAN, RICHARD A TO AUG. 31 • 4,304.70 

EISEN9ERG, WARREN W 9, 824.10 

KILDOO, J0A>J CARLEY 5,843.88 

MALLON, UOSEPH U t 9,072-06 

PARSOMS, ROSEMARY T • 2,842.02 

TYLER, ESTELLE M 13,671-66 

WHITE, F JOHN FROM SEPT. 15 2, 215.72 

WRIGHT, MAUREEN A TO JULY 15 •• 260.42 



57 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES H. GRIFFIN 

ALFORD, BARBARA ANN s4.444.38 

BELL; JANE H 5,268.72 

BULLARD, ANNE L TO AUG. 31 9M.56 

ELLIS* CATHERINE C 8,140.92 

HARPER* MARTHA CLAIRE 5,268.72 

HIN30M, JON CLIFTON , 10,138.26 

NEWC01B, R HUGO, JR 5,46<».56 

PERRY, PATRICIA ANN 4,877.04 

SHATTLES, OTIS 5 8,844.60 

SMITH, JOHN T i 3,077.16 

OFFICE OF HON. MARTHA W. GRIFFITHS 

BAKER, MARGARET N 1,247.70 

BERNHARD, MARY E i 5,938.58 

GALM, SHARON S FROM OCT. 1 669*08 

GERMAN, MARY ANN 3,756.62 

GRASH3FF, PHILIP A, JR TO AUG. 31 1,000.96 

KELLY, MAURA P 7,085.37 

kessel, john 4,063»02 

mikulich, marilynne 9, 812.40 

puglisi, lucile to july 31 and from sept* 1 2,805.72 

roberts, me3an leann from aug. 1 to aug. 31 1,000.05 

sizemore, Elizabeth a 4,457.60 

stobierski, stephanie 8,291.35 

thomas, patricia ann 6,670.64 

VANCOv/ERDEN, NANCY 3, 312.62 

OFFICE OF HON. H. R. GROSS 

BROWNING, NORMA E FROM SEPT. 15 TO NOV. 30 1,2?6.69 

CASE, ROBERT E 13,671.66 

GEBHARD, CHARLIE 2,968.56 

GOODMAN, YVONNE R t 7,226.22 

UAEGER, GENEVA 5,464.56 

MCDAR3H, DOROTHY R , 7,226.22 

MORRISON, UULIAN K , 12,652.86 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES R. GROVER, JR. 

BANZER, CYNTHIA FROM JJLY 8 TO AUG" 19 759.75 

BUCHMAN, WILLIAM E 2,423.16 

CRIST, JUDITH A FROM UJLY 1 TO JULY 10 10^.07 

FERRARO, ANTHONY J , 2,568.12 

GAGGIN, ERVINE A 2,568.12 

HALLAHAN, UOHN T , 4,656.72 

HORTON, HELEN MARIE FROM JJLY 21 TO NOV. 6 • 1,768.37 

KINS, BRENDA J 5, 113.68 

MARKOWITZ, SAMUEL 7,637.16 

MCCOACH, PAMELA SUE FROM NOV. 15 1,062.59 

PAPWORTH, MARY J 13,671.66 

PROULX, LORRAINE M 3,959.28 

SIMDNICH, GENEVIEVE A FROM JJLY 27 TO NOV. 13 2,08<*'2l 



58 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES R. GROVER, JR. 

STR4NDBER3, BERT V FROM NOV. 1 $2*057.76 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES S. GJBSER 

BLOOMFIELD, MARK TO SEPT. 10 2,321.80 

COKER, DELORES S 4,691.18 

CONWAY, CATHERINE 2,50*«57 

DIA5, FRANCES K • 5,464.56 

GORDON, JEAN E 13, 671-66 

GOSPODNETICM, ELLEN MAE 8,328.84 

HERZ, LYDIA JEAN • • 6,178.28 

MARCEAU, MADELEINE M 9,345.84 

MICHALOWSKI, THELMA S 6,178.28 

SCHMIDT, GERTRUDE H 4,444.38 

SMITH, LYNN KATHRYN FROM JJLY 15 TO AUG. 31 66l«59 

OFFICE OF HON. GILBERT GUDE 

BINGLEY, 3ARBARA FROM JJLY 1 • 

BROWN, MARY Z FROM OCT. 1 t 

CAROTHERS, LESLIE A I 

CARRO.L, JUDY D 

CLAIR, VEMITA R 

FARR, JOHN D, III FROM NOV" 1 

GUARRAIA, LEONORA L TO SEPT. 16 

HAWK, GORDON L 

HOLM, VICTOR •• 

KAPPER, ROBERTA F 

MANNINA, GEORGE J, JR FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

MOSS, EDWIN A TO AJG. 31 

PLASTER, ANNE A FROM SEPT. 10 TO NOV. 30 

POWELL, SANDRA J ••• 

SMITH, MARI.YN MUIR TO SEPT. 27 AND FROM NOV. 4 

STEPHENS, R PAULETTA TO JULY 7 

WEINBERG, MICHAEL A FROM DEC. 1 • • 

WESSON, JOSEPH H TO JULY 31 

OFFICE OF HON. 3. ELLIOTT HAGAN 

BISHOP, PATRICIA ANNE FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 15 1,233.33 

BLY, MARY S t 5,249.32 

BLY, oatRICIA MARY FROM JJLY 1 TO AUG. 31 600.26 

BRINSON, WILLIAM K t 7,357.20 

FRANKLIN, NANCY M TO JULY 17 >l 439.80 

HARRINGTON, LILLIE F i 4,673«04 

HOHMADEL, JOHNNIE B • • 12,715.20 

PRICE, RA.PH C, JR • i 11,019.24 

RAKOW, MIRIAM WOLMAN • 7,309.74 

STUBBLEFIELD, MOLLY B FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 620.22 

STUBBS, ELMA SANDERS TO NOV. 18 • •• 493.40 

STUBBS, GLADYS G 1,120.08 

WRZESINSKI, ROBERT 10,600.98 



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59 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. UAMES A. HALEY 

BALE* PATRICIA A TO NOV. 15 52,587.59 

BLOODWORTH, BURNETT S 3,926.88 

CAREY, EDMA G 3,183.24 

DOYLE, ROBERT E, JR FROM DEC. 10 379.88 

EVERLY, LIN3A R 3,795.33 

GIENAU* HELEN B 4,282.68 

HAMILTON, JOSEPH G • 2,040.18 

HOOD, R ELMO 8,747.16 

JONES, ROY, JR 5,170.80 

KNOTT, CHERYL LYNNE FROM AJG. 1 TO OCT. 15 1,215.80 

MACNICHOL/ MARILEE B 9,523.42 

MCDONALD, MILDRED D TO JULY 31 486.32 

MCPEEX, KAT-IY LYNN FROM AUG. 1 • 2,358.99 

METCALF, SANDRA MARIE • 4,871-60 

MYERS, ALICE V t 9,978.26 

OFFICE OF HON. DURWARD G. HALL 

BARBARICK, OTIS L i 5,728-56 

CRUME, BONNIE UEANE 2,791-38 

DROUILLARD, ANN 4,811.76 

HENSON, GERALD L 9,359.64 

MARCY, DOuORES ANN 3,498-18 

MAY, FRANCES ANNA 7,805-10 

PETERSON, MARY E TO DEC- 6 3,368-58 

ROBINETT, JAMES L» JR • 12,279-06 

ROPP, NINA M 2,005.98 

SULLIVAN, VIRGINIA C FROM NOV. 1 688.94 

OFFICE OF HON. SEYMOUR HALPERN 

ACKERMAN, BETTE JANE » • 

ANAN, VICTORIA 

ANDRA3E, CAROLYN M t 

CASHDON, CYNT-tIA ANN TO JULY 5 AND FROM OCT. 1 

DETERMAN, DEAN W FROM JULY 15 

DWYER, UOHN P, JR 

EMBREY, PAMELIA ANN i 

FAU8I0N, DE9RAH ANN TO UULY 14 

GARAU r IS, DEMETRIA G • > 

GIFFEN, LEWIS S TO UULY 31 

KAM9ER, VICTOR S 

KEY, HUGH B, II FROM AJG> 1 

LAYMAN, PEG3Y A TO AUG. 16 AND FROM DEC. 12 ••• 

LIONE, GAIL ANN FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

SEI9ERT, DIANE • 

WALLER, BETTY UO FROM AUG. 17 TO DEC. 11 

WEINBERG, UEFFREY ALAN FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

WOLK, LAWRENCE U FROM JJLY 6 TO JULY 31 



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60 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. LEE H. HAMILTON 

BAKER* GEORGIA LEE FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV- 30 92,043.99 

BARKLEY, SUSAN C FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 838.68 

DAVID30N/ MARJORIE L FROM NOV. 1 t 876.54 

GRAY, SHIRLEY 2/548.31 

HARTNEY/ JOSEPH C FROM DEC- 1 898.52 

HOFFMAN/ R03ER P TO NOV. 8 ».t • 4/595.03 

HOUFF, ROXIE LEE 4/519.96 

HUFF/ ROBERT W FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 838.68 

JOYNE?/ SARAH TO NOV. 30 3/622.80 

MCFALL/ DAVID M t 12/898.32 

MULRY, NANCY I 3/339.16 

RASMUSSEN/ ERIK M t 5/175.55 

REDMOND, PATRICK H 10/252.02 

RJSSELL/ PATRICIA A TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 5 3, 241.42 

SAS300N/ ALEXANDRA R t 3/560.91 

SMITH/ PHYLLIS A FROM DEC 1 • 592«38 

SULLIVAN/ MARY K FROM DEC 1 331-14 

WAKEFIELD/ KAREN E TO DEC 13 3/189.53 

WILSON/ CAROLYN FROM A JG • 1 TO AUG. 31 838.68 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN PAUL HAMMERSCHM IDT 

ANDERSON/ JOAN B FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

APPERSON/ THERESA ANN • 

CARDIN, CARL WILLIAM 

CURTIS/ CARLA MARIE FROM AJG« 17 

FAULKNER/ CONNIE SUE FROM NOV. 1 

FORREST/ PATSY RUTH TO JULY 31 

HOLOWKA/ RITA TO JULY 31 •• 

KIRKMAN/ HELEN W • 

KOERBERz VIOLET C 

LANTZ/ ARCHIE LEE 

MILLS/ CARO.INE J FROM AUG- 1 i 

NEFF/ BAR3ARA LEE 

NELSON/ MARY ELIZABETH FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

REID/ REBECCA J FROM JULY 1 

ROBERTSON/ ARTHUR DALE TO JJLY 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 

SANDERSON/ BEVERLY C • 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES M. HANLEY 

AYLWARD/ PHILIP • 4/096.68 

BRIGHT/ NORMA J 6/30*»«98 

COSTELLO/ J DANIEL • • 7,670.76 

DEYULIAz THOMAS R FROM JULY 5 • 6/448.17 

KIN3ELLA/ MICHAEL T TO JULY 27 AND FROM AUG. 1 4/465.71 

LOWN/ ANN S i 4/606.08 

MAHONEY, JOHN F FROM JJLY 5 13/367.85 

MCCALL/ JULIE W 4,730.16 

RICHARDSON, GEORGE M 1,179.60 

RYAN, CATHERINE L 3,602*28 

SWIFT/ CYNTHIA J i 5/309.52 

WARNE/ ROBERT A ••# 2/099.46 





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61 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD T. HANNA 

ADLER, HOWARD 58,568.42 

BARON, JACQUELINE R i 1, 911.90 

BEEKMAN, JOHN ANOREW t 13,371'78 

DAVIS, BRIGID H 3,098.30 

FURRY, SUZANNE CECILE TO JULY 31 •■ 458.90 

GAILOR, FRANK R i 11,672.58 

GONZALES, CARMEL FROM AUG. 19 2,019.16 

LANKARD, THOMAS ALAN t 2,588.82 

LAZAR, JOYCE 805.20 

NOZERO, VICTORIA 3,528.88 

OCONNOR, MARGARET B TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 5 7,968.83 

PIKKERT, MAY ANNE » 4, 681-20 

SAVAGE, MAXINE A 4,444.38 

WILSON, WANDA CAROL 4,444.38 

OFFICE OF HON. JULIA BUTLER HANSEN 

BAILEY, ROBERT C » •• 10,115.52 

BRITTAIN, RUTH E TO NOV. 30 2,948.50 

CARLSON, ROY F 13,67l«66 

DEJARNATT, SUSAN TO AUG. 31 483«96 

EDWARDS, CYNTHIA B FROM DEC" 16 271.34 

GREELEY, DOROTHY B FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 1, 901.30 

GREGORY, PAJLA D TO DEC" 15 3,243-35 

HEDLUND, CAROLINE IRIS 3,538.20 

LANGE, LARRY JOHN FROM JULY 1 • 6,367.38 

LlNEBERRY, LAURA E 4,980.40 

PAUTZKE, CLARENCE F « 6,937.64 

SPAOARO, DEBORAH ANN FROM DEC" 13 307.52 

ZAHL, PAUL F M TO AUG. 31 749.98 

OFFICE OF HON. ORVAL HANSEN 

ALLEN, JOAN B 

BLANDFORD, JULIE FROM AUG- 1 TO AUG. 31 

DAGNEY, LOUISE H t 

GARBER, SJSAN DALE TO SEPT. 30 

HANCHETT, CAROL ANN TO JULY 31 •. 

HEARN, WINONA M •• i 

HOWE, TERRY J TO AUG. 29 >t 

INNES, ANDREA L 

JOHNSON, DEAN S FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

KERNS, DIANA C FROM DEC. 14 

MARONE, SUSAN t 

MELROSE, MARY K 

MINNICK, CARO.E M FROM NOV. 25 

OXFORD, DAVID A 

RAVNHOLT, ELIZABETH C FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 

REID, ROBIN FROM DEC. 1 

SHADDJCK, LOUISE 

SMIRNOFF, BARRY E FROM AUG. 1 TO NOV" 30 

SOTTO, PATRICIA ANN ,. 

STARK, SYLVIA D FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. MICH EL HARRINGTON 

ASH, ADELE L TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 Sl,7j0.74 

BERMAN, ROGER L FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 107.26 

HEALEY, JOHM D 7,502.82 

KIEFFER, GEORGE DAVID FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 600.38 

LAR3EM, ALLISON L FROM AJG. 1 2,002*00 

MCDONALD, JOHM L, JR FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG' 31 523.26 

MOORCONES, ANN E 3,40*>-72 

PIERCE, FRANK J FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG' 31 776.12 

ROY, MARGARET ELAINE • • 3, 918.84 

SCHUKER, JILL ANITA FROM SEPT. 1 4,1R0.75 

SCOULOGENIS, CATHERINE 3,002*88 

SHARKEY, MARGARET P 4,368.92 

SULLIVAN, CHRISTINE B 5.007.60 

TINTI, WILLIAM J 10,563-06 

WALMSLEY, LLOYD A 3,827.22 

WAS3ERMAN, WILLIAM S 12,898.32 

WILLIAMSON, MARY E FROM DEC- 1 • 365.87 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM Ha HARSHA 

ARMISTEAD, MARY JEAN TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC 5 

CARDON, MARTHA TO SEPT. 15 • 

CHAPLA, PATRICIA ELLEN 

COX, MARIANNE SCHALBERT • 

FINKEN, MARGARET V FROM OCT. 6 

GABRIELSOM, THERESA E 

HARMON, MARGARET E 

HILL, PATRICIA A 

HOLMES, MARY M • 

MARANEY, DOROTHY B TO SEPT. 10 

MORGAN, RONALD CRAIG FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

SPRINKLE, LOUISE F 

STINER, JAMES E, JR 

TROLLINGER, BARBARA A t 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES HARVEY 

CORDEN, JAMES T 

DIGBY, JAMES K 

EVERETT, CAROLYN A FROM SEPT. 8 TO OCT. 31 

FALKENBERG, BRUCE FROM NOV. 30 

GOSS, JEAN R t 

GROENNINGS, SVEN FROM JULY 1 TO UULY 31 

GUBACK, IRENE L 

HESS, DIANE K 

LAUX, DENISE PEARCE FROM OCT. 1 

LOMAX, HELEM L 

LOOPER, JANET A FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT* 7 

NAHMIAS, SUSAM S 

RUBLE, DE3RA ANN 

SPARLING, JAMES M, JR 

SPARLING,, JAMES M, III TO SEPT. 16 



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63 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES F. HASTINGS 

BRA3LEY, CLARE U 510,320.30 

CARYj MATTHEW J FROM SEPT. 1 3,401.52 

FORD, ARLENE R 2, 66*. 78 

GERRINGER, CLAIR G 3,63<».3g 

HAMILTON, SUE M 3,959.28 

JOHNSON, SPENCER C FROM JULY 2 TO AUG. 31 1,180.75 

JONES, LEONARD 9 3,885.32 

NICHOLS, MARY E t 9,260.82 

POKRANDT, CHARLES H 8,040.18 

RJSSELL, KAREM E t 4,347.36 

TEAGUE, HOUSTON L > t 10,502>*0 

WIGGINS, MERCEDES A 3,862.20 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM D. HATHAWAY 

BARRETT, 30NNIE KAY TO AUG. 31 1,027.10 

BOISCLAIR, SUZANNE 4,681-20 

CLARK, CLARENCE R 2,506.02 

DOWLING, RICHARD J 7,435.68 

DREW, NORMAN E 8,140.92 

DYE, SHARON S » 2,290.92 

GAMACHE, AL3ERT P 13, 671.66 

MCNALLY, ELIZABETH A 6,56l."8 

MITCHELL, KATHRYN i 4, 681.20 

POLIQUIN, LOUISE G 2,66<*«78 

PUSHARD, CLAUDETTE M FROM DEC« 1 277.33 

SHEEHAN, fr&nCES E 6,013.02 

SMITH, GEORGE R FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG' 31 494.76 

TINGLEY, STANLEY C FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 935.54 

TRIPP, MARTHA JEAN 1 2,154.18 

OFFICE OF HON. AUGUSTUS F. HAWKINS 



BARBEE, JUANITA E 1 

BOYD, DOROTHY E < 

COLLINS, JOHNNY TYRONE TO JULY 31 •• • ' 

HERRINGTON, LORRAINE FROM OCT. 1 ' 

HIGGINBOTHAM, EILEEN M FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG- 31 .. 

HIGGINBOTHAM, MARY F 1 

JERRY, JOHNNIE 8 

KNOX, AMANDA A 

KNOX, CHARLES E 

MATTHEWS, SYLVIA D FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 . 

MAYNARD, MATTIE L ....1 

SMITH, JOHN WILLIAM FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

STEWART, DOROTHY M FROM DEC" 1 • •••' 

VALLEY, CAROL JEAN TO NOV. 30 

WILSON, STEPHEN C 

WOODWARD, EDNA r 



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64 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WAYNE Lt HAYS 

ARTER, WILLIA1 A • $3, 442*08 

BLAKE/ ELIZABETH A ■• 4,153.32 

BLAKE, RICHARD BRADLEY FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 839.92 

DIAB, PAMELA KAY 3,821.82 

HESLIN, H ELAINE 8,747.16 

JANA, CAROLYN L • 4,282.68 

JOZWIAK, MARILYN SUE 2,968.56 

LITTEN, EVELYN JEAN 4,444.38 

LONG, KENNETH OWEN FROM OCT. 1 1,533.36 

PEAK, PATRICIA E 7,469.28 

PEKAR, DEATRA IRENE 4,444.38 

VANNELLE, FRANK 6, 173.28 

OFFICE OF HON. F. EDWARD HEBERT 

ALLEN, CLIFTON 

BURGUIERES, VIRGINIA R 

BURNETT, LOJ GEHRIG • 

COFFEY, LEONARD J 

CONRAD, GLENN R TO JULY 31 

GRABER, ALBERT L, JR 

GRIMBALL, DEBORAH L 

HARRINGTON, VIRGINIA FROM A JG . 1 TO AUG. 31 

HUY, ALICE F 

LEAVITT, NEOMA BRIANT FROM DEC 1 

LEISZ, KAY t 

MIRE, CLAIRE P 

MOORE, ALMA B i • 

SWANN, MARY V 

WOLFE, JESSY L t 

OFFICE OF HON. KEN HECHLER 

AGEE, WESLEY FLOYD FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

BROH, SUSAN M i 

EDWARDS, HARO-D K FROM AJG. 16 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

1 TO SEPT. 30 

ESHEN3AUGH, REBECCA L t • 

ESTEP, EUGENIA C 

FITTRO, JAMES A FROM JULY 1 

GRANT, CHRISTINE MARIE TO AUG. 31 «t 

GRANT, DAYNA FRANCES TO AUG. 15 «t 

HEIRONIMUS, RICHARD, JR FROM SEPT. 1 

LEONARD, RICHARD H • 

LOVEJOY, RA.PH E, II FROM DEC- 1 • 

MARCU1, CHARLENE TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 5 

MCCORMICK, DIANN i 

MCDONOUGH, R03ERT S TO AUG. 15 

NELSON, ROBERT RAE 

SHAFFER, J EDGAR, JR FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

SKEEN, VIRGINIA • 

SPENCER, CHARGES FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

SWEATT, ROBERT ARNOLD FROM DEC. 1 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. MARGARET M. HECKLER 

BALL/ SANDRA LEE 54,606-08 

BARTHOLOMEW, SHIRLEY L 3,506.16 

DOUGLAS, SUSA^ 5,464.56 

EDMONDS, JANET M • 3,168.72 

EDWARDS, SALLY 3,4i2.08 

ELLIOTT, GEORGE A, III 7,435.68 

FALANDYS, WILLIAM J 4,178.13 

GRAVES, W LARRY 4,779.12 

ISBER, CARO.INE FROM SEPT. 10 3,lfc4.93 

LESAGE, MARVIS F 4,347.36 

NATOLI, JOH^ F TO AUG. 31 597.42 

OTTMAR, PETER H FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 15 1,642.57 

RAYBALL, JOSEPH C» SR 11,956.84 

RESNEK, JOSHUA A FROM NOV. 16 TO DEC. 15 2=7.86 

RICE, EDMJND B FROM DEC. 16 53-63 

TYSON, PATTI 3IRGE 8,275.81 

OFFICE OF HON. HENRY HELSTOSKI 

BRZOSTOWSKI, JOSEPH S 9, 214.24 

CANALEY, JEREMIAH M TO OCT. 31 2,962.25 

CAPAZO, JUDITH i 3, 13 4.24 

CORTESE, CYNTHIA < FROM JJLY 13 2,848.72 

DEFALCO, NATALIE FROM NOV. 1 1,432.94 

ENGLISH, ALYCE M 6,008.58 

FELDMAN, MARK J TO DEC. 29 3,682«52 

GONTRAM, 3USAM MARY TO JULY 11 183.51 

HAYSTEAD, PATRICIA H P FROM JJLY 5 • 3,265.27 

KELLEY, SHIPLEY A 4,942.32 

LINAHAN, EILEEN AGNES 7,603-62 

MAZELLA, HELEN • - 1,799.69 

PORRO, ALFRED A, JR 8,8=5-48 

SJLLIVAN, JOSEPH T 8,470-98 

OFFICE OF HON. DAVID N. HENDERSON 

BARKER, HOWARD R •.... 11,703-36 

BOWEN, KATHRYN 6,661-20 

DENNING, DONNA LEE 5, 810.94 

FJSSELL, GLENDA J FROM JULY 1 1,073-38 

MCCRANIE, SALLY , 2,2?2.58 

MCGOWEN, MARIE W t 2,740.74 

ROBERTS, FRANCES NIXON 9,4=8.46 

VICTORSON, KATHLEEN F TO AUG. 31 •• l,9C4-04 

VONOESEN, ALICE ELAINE 3,369.68 

WHITLEY, CHARLES • 13,671.66 

OFFICE OF HON. FLOYD V. HICKS 

CHURCH, DIANNE V • = 3,7=4.56 

FLANAGAN, JOHANNA P 1,646.66 

HANSON, JAMES E 11,480.46 

HORSLEY, JOHN C FROM SEPT. 14 2,oal.94 



66 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. FLOYD V. HICKS 

JACKSON/ 3ARRIE R 55,657-03 

KALIVAS, DEAN S • 6/062-15 

LOCKETT, DAMUTA E 3/548.89 

OCONNOR, PATRICIA JEAN FROM JULY 1 TO AUG- 31 614.35 

PJISHIS, SHIRLEY A • • •••• 7/063-18 

SMITH. LEONARD R/ JR 6/062-15 

OFFICE OF HON. LAWRENCE J- HOGAN 

BARGER/ DIXIE ANNE 6/107-34 

BARKDOLL/ VAUGHN E FROM DEC 19 400-02 

BERG/ SUSAN BRUNICK • 2,881-32 

CHAILLET/ L MARIE 5/072-88 

FERNANDES/ ROSITA L 5/072-88 

FRAPARTz RE3INA E 4, 153-32 

HIPSLEY/ ALICE R FROM A JG - 3 TO NOV- 3 •« 3, 033-49 

JUDKINS/ OLIVIA S 4/877.04 

KAPLAN/ DEBORAH FROM AUG- 17 734.44 

KOEHLER/ JAMICE L FROM JULY 1 TO AUG- 16 877.60 

MCDONOUGH/ MARY ALICE FROM SEPT. 2 1/719.91 

MILLER/ JOAM C 4,278.63 

MODLY/ IL3NA M 6/107.34 

NORELL/ JAMES E TO AUG. 2 AND FROM NOV. 4 TO DEC- 18 . 2/584.37 

ROYLANCE/ MARILYN FROM OCT- 1 i • 1,453-20 

SHERMAN/ PAMELA TO SEPT. 1 -. 1/250-66 

SPARKES, JEAN M 6,107-34 

THREATTE, JAMES C 11*480.45 

OFFICE OF HON. CHET HOLIFIELD 

BRANSCUi, MARILYN A 5,105.52 

GORE, STEVEN LEWIS TO JULY 31 3C0-13 

HAGEN, HARLAN F TO AUG- 31 4g3.96 

HOLIFIELD/ VERNICE 5/040-24 

KLEIN, ADAM U •••• 10/600-98 

MILLER/ LIN3A L 5,048-40 

ODEMAR, FLORENCE M i • 9,063-96 

ODONNELL, WILLIAM C • ■ 10,600-98 

PHILLIPS/ LILIAN M 6,304.98 

OFFICE OF HON. FR&NK HORTON 

BOWDEN, SHARON L TO OCT- 31 • 2,494.43 

BRANDS/ SUSAN H 5,026.94 

BJRGIN, MICHAELE TO OCT. 31 3/578.07 

CROWLEY/ LINDA M FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV- 30 1/442-97 

DUNN/ EDWARD W TO UULY 15 AND FROM AUG. 16 TO SEPT. 

15 AND FROM OCT. 16 TO NOV. 15 AND 

FROM DEC- 16 321-78 

GIBBONS, ANNE MARIE TO DEC- 7 • 4,063.85 

GOLDMAN, UOYCE F FROM DEC- 8 i 578-23 

KAHN, UUDITH B FROM DEC- 1 7 = 5-16 

KELLY, ARTHJR W • 4,850-92 



67 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 

TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. r RANK MORTON 

LAUMAN, LINDA J t 43,994.79 

LOVENHEIM, DAVID 11/380.50 

MCNEICE, NIKKI D FROM SEPT. 16 TO OCT. 15 AND FROM NOV. 

16 i 2, 214.29 

MONAHAN, WILLIAM J 8,0?2>18 

MOORE* SUSAMNA E TO NOV. 30 •• 3,570.2* 

NEWTON, JOYCE H i 5,160.03 

SCULLY, CAROL ANN FROM NOV. 1 • 1,002.53 

STITES, MARY B FROM JULY 16 TO AUG. 13 1,199.76 

TAMMEN, SJSAN SMITH FROM SEPT. 16 2,700.21 

VALLONE, THEODORE A TO SEPT. 11 1,571-28 

OFFICE OF HON. CRAIG HOSMER 

BREWER, ANNETTE TO JULY 31 807.40 

DONMELLY, GARY W i 4,444.38 

EVASHWICK, CONNIE JOANN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 723.21 

FINLAYSON, ELIZABETH t 6,364.88 

HANCHETT, JAMES G •• • 10,878.86 

HARVEY, MARTHA JANE 3,959.28 

KARBER, PATRICIA ANN . • 4,444.38 

KARBER, PHILLIP A FROM AJG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,263-99 

LUKEN, DAVID W 3,762.54 

PRESTON, VERN t 8,5=8.96 

SPARSHOTT, "RANGES L i 6,955.48 

WICKHAM, MARJ3RIE A 7,177.84 

YOUMG, MADDIE L 5,576.58 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES J. HOWARD 

CORDES, FRAMCINE M 643.56 

COX, MARY JANE t 7,838.64 

DUFFY, JOHN A 3,730-50 

EDWARDS, LILLIAN E FROM SEPT. 21 1,230.97 

MALONEY, THOMAS E, JR TO SEPT. 11 t 1,420.90 

MCCLUNG, R03IN W • 4,2?0.34 

MUTZ, FRED J 11,998-62 

SHE3K, SUSAM D ■ 4,541-40 

SHERMAN, MARILYN J 4,250.34 

SULLIVAN, TIMOTHY F « 13,008.78 

THOMPSON), J CARROLL • 4,983.12 

WEST, EDNA F 4,201.80 

WEST, JERRY W • 1,145.58 

OFFICE OF HON. W. R. HULL, JR. 

BERARDE.LI, PHILLIP J TO JULY 6 61-17 

CLARK, KIM i 12,240-12 

COLEMAN, J MICHAEL FROM JJLY 3 TO OCT- 31 2,275.60 

KAVRUCK, DEBORAH • 3,805-62 

KENT, LINDA LEE TO SEPT. 30 • 1, 408.35 

LYNCH, MARGARET H • 7,931-04 

POWELL, CAROL S TO AUG- 16 896-02 



68 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. W. R. HULL* JR. 

REICH, OTTO JUAN FROM SEPT. 1 i.... 51,725.88 

ROBEPTSi JOSEPH 0/ II FROM SEPT. 15 1,636.36 

ROPER, CARO.INE D FROM AJG» 1 2,746.49 

SHAMBERGE", JAMES M •••• • 7,830.30 

WILSON, FRANCIS M 7,427.28 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM L« HUNGATE 

BENN, HILDA E FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

BROMBERG, MARLYS L • « 

BROMBERG, MICHAEL D FROM AJG. 1 TO AUG- 31 

COWDEN, ARTHUR M FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 ••«• 

DRULMAN, DOROTHY T FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

TO OCT. 31 

EBY, MARY NAOMI 

HARRIS, JANET L FROM OCT. 1 

KESSLER, VICTORIA M i 

LEMBO, ROBERT A FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

LIGGON, MARY LOU • 

LOTTMANN, PAMELA C FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

MECKFESSEL, RICHARD LEE FROM OCT. 1 

PAGNELLA, R3SETTA ANN 

ROSS, MARION CHAMBLEE 

SLATER, WILLIAM • 

STEINER, WELDON H 

STR&UBE, JOYCE MARIE ••• 

STR4UBE, KAREN SUE t 

SWAN, JUNE TO AUG. 31 •• 

TANNER, W DOUGLAS, JR FROM DEC- 1 •• • • 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN E« HUNT 

BELL, NANCY 10,866.48 

BELLIS, KENNETH 7,226.22 

COSTELLO, RUTH 3, 805.62 

GILLESPIE, FLORENCE M 2,56l'22 

GLICKSMAN, MARIE A 3,805.62 

GLINES, CARL R» JR • 3,959.28 

MACNEIL, ELWELL 5,285-04 

MILLS, ROBERTA J •• 3, 805.62 

MOHRFELD, JOHN H ••• 5,876.82 

RITCHEY, JUDITH G 4,97*«96 

STOERRLE, LOUISE J 1,766.58 

TREW, MARGIE H i 7,226«22 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD HUTCHINSON 

ARMSTRONG, C JOSEPH 3,5g8.69 

BENDER, HELEN B •• 7,637.16 

GAULDIN, WILLIAM W, JR 6,968.61 

MCBRI3E, MELISSA JAYNE 4, 163.70 

MORGAN, HOLLIS W • 8,844.60 

NIFFENEGGER, CAROL J TO AUG- 12 456.09 





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69 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD HUTCHINSON 

PHILLIPS/ JUANITA • •••• 82,920.07 

SCHULTZ, A G • • 13,671-66 

TYLER* JEFFREY ALLEN TO OCT. 16 1,50*«21 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD H. ICHORD 

BELSHE, JOYCE • • 2,402.*0 

DOYLE, MAUREEN E 3,8l3«72 

HANEY, JEWELL M • 2,340.30 

HARBAUGH, EILEEN FROM SEPT. 1 1,307.97 

HENRICKSON, AUDREY M FROM JULY 1 5,852.95 

JORAY, PATRICIA ANNE TO AUG. 31 1,000.96 

ONEILL, KATHRYN H 3,926.88 

SORRELL, LINDA TO OCT. 5 2,160-50 

SPONSLER, BILLY C • 13,198.1* 

WAGNER, MARY LOU ......... 4,420«14 

WEKEN90RG, VIRGINIA • «. 13,277.10 

WHARTON, PATTY JO • • 4,738.32 

WRIGHT, DAVID M TO AJG. 31 1,048.94 

OFFICE OF HON. ANDREW JACOBS, JR. 

AGRESTA, ANGELA FROM DEC" 1 i. • 532«97 

APPLEGATE, RICHARD A FROM SEPT. 16 TO OCT. 8 AND FROM NOV. 

9 

BENEDICT, PROVIDENCE A FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

CARSON, JULIA M • 

CODY, PATRICIA M TO AUG. 15 AND FROM SEPT. 1 

COELHO, PHYLLIS E 

ELLIS, THERESSA J FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

FAGER, CHRIST3PHER B FROM AUG. 16 TO AU3. 31 

HAGGERTY, JUDSON F t 

HAUGH, JUDITH A FROM OCT. 9 TO DEC* 7 

MAHERN, LOUIS J, JR t 

MAYO, VIC<IE D FROM JJLY 1 TO JULY 31 

MILDEN, MICHELE B FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

MYERS, RUFUS H, JR 

PETERSON, PATRICIA FROM DEC. 10 

RAKES, LORETTA M FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

R0B3, EUGENE N FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

RODGERS, RENEE E FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 7 

SCHREIBER, WILLIAM M 

SEIDENSTICKER, JAMES P 

SMITH, -IENRY LANIER FROM AJG. 8 TO AUG. 31 

TERRY, EVER CAROL • 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN JARMAN 

BOYDSTON, JOYCE W 5,236.08 

CRUICKSHANK, JAMES FROM DEC 1 t 575.02 

HAMBERG, MILDRED G 11,657.22 

HASLU°, GRETLYN Z • 5,236.08 

MCCUE, ELLEN H i 9,260.82 



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70 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN JARMAN 

MOSHER, JUANITA • Sl2, 372.54 

MURRAY/ C J • 3/570.24 

SEEFELDT, BONNIE LEE 11*998.62 

OFFICE OF HON. ALBERT W. JOHNSON 

CRIVELLA, BARBARA i 7,687.56 

DODDS, ELIZABETH JANE if, 281. 3* 

GOOONOE, NANCY DEE ■ 3,132«30 

HEISTER, MARY E TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC. 5 4, 321.91 

LOUOHLIN, MOLLY ANN TO NOV. 30 4,492-60 

ROBERTS, MELINDA L • 2,211-61 

WELLS, PAULINE G 5,392.84 

WOLFE, STEPHEN L • 5,081-04 

WOOLRIDGE, NANCY J 3,499.09 

OFFICE OF HON. HAROLD T. JOHNSON 

BARNES, DWIGHT H • 13,198.14 

BOO^JE, FRANCES K 4,1?0.98 

BUTTERWORTH, RUTH • • 6,727.68 

CHILDS, JUANITA DELL 3,959.28 

HAMILTON, SUSAN L • 4,282«68 

HUBBARD, EILEEN V •• 3,025.61 

KOLICH, JANE C 3,307.08 

MORSE, GERTRU3E M • 3,730.50 

PINETTE, YVONNE E TO NOV. 21 3,743.64 

REILLEY, RICHARD J TO SEPT. 6 l,10l«06 

SANTANGELO, JOYCE L FROM DEC- 1 t 83'*«60 

SCHNEIDER* PAULA E 4,541.40 

WATSOM, EUGENE E 9,824.10 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES RAPER JONAS 

ADAMS, MARIAN CARRIGAN TO NOV. 30 • 3,880.60 

BARRON, MARY C • 4,44if-38 

BOTTS, ELIZABETH E 5,4fe4.56 

BOWLES, LAWRENCE L • 8,260.56 

CORDES, ELIZABETH M 4,444.38 

JONES, G SHIRLEY 6,794.16 

LIVENGOOD, HELEN A" • 5,6l3>24 

MALLISON, ALMETA t 1,090-48 

MCCOACH, PAMELA SUE TO NOV. 14 •. 3,l?3-7l 

POOLE, EVELYN MAXINE 3, 703-65 

SIMPSON, ROXIE C 3,329.94 

YOUMG, JOYCE T TO AUG. 15 -t • 318.30 

OFFICE OF HON. ED JONES 

CRUTCHES, SALLY TO OCT. 31 536.80 

FRANKLIN, KEITH FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 49if.76 

FREEMAN, R S i 4,444.38 



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71 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ED JONES 

HANNUM, VIVIENNE B > 

HARPOLE, JACOUELYN D 

HICKS. LARRY C FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

JONES. MICHAEL THOMAS FROM JJLY 1 TO JULY 31 

LANCASTER. RAY H 

MCCAFFREY. BETTYE J ...., 

MCLEAN. WOODFEN 

MOSS. MICHAEL GRANT FROM AJG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

PEELER. ALFRE3 W 

PERRY. LINDA S 

PUCKETT, DAVID G FROM DEC 1 . 

ROWE. MARILU C • • 

THOMAS. GEORGE C 

WHITWORTH. JOHN W FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT* 31 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT E. JONES 

BAINE. CHARLES N 805.20 

BEARD. MARI.YN M 7.159-74 

CAMPBELL. MARVIN H. JR TO AUG. 21 993.41 

MACHEN. JYLES • 10.138.26 

MILSTEAD. GEORGE L 11.565.00 

NOLEN. EDD i. 2,450.76 

PRESLEY. VICTORIA D FROM NOV. 1 ...... 1,758.96 

RASBURY. WlLDA DIANE • 4.056.30 

RASCO, WILLIAM EARL 10,320.30 

THROSSELL. JUDY LYNN FROM SEPT. 1 2.507.13 

YOUMG, C 3AFFNEY TO AUG. 15 •• 821-31 

OFFICE OF HON. WALTER B. JONES 

ANDREWS. JOHN DAWSON TO AUG. 15 • 860.52 

CURRY. GLORIA F t 6.561-48 

HARDEE. MARGARET W 2.3*0.30 

LEWIS, KAY ISLEY ..t 1.663-98 

LUPTON, FLOYD J 13. 671.66 

OGLESBY. GENE H 1,971.78 

ONEAL, JANIE T 4,3l2.30 

PATRICK, MILDRED G 5,268.72 

RUCKER, PHYLLIS T 5,6l3»24 

WOOLARD, GENEVA P 4,681-20 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH E« KARTH 

BECKMAN, KATHRYN L FROM JULY 1 4,754. 64 

FLAHAVEN, PATRICK E 8,454.72 

HAMILL. JOHM RANSOM 9,036.29 

HECHT, MARY ANN 1,642.00 

HESS, ROBERT E 12,715.20 

RADMAN, MARY ELLEN • • 5, 072.88 

ROSENBAUM, BARBARA J • 4,250.34 

STONE, JUDITH L 643.56 

SULLIVAN, JANICE L • 5,072.88 



72 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH E- KARTH 

TONAT, EDWARD $12/707.40 

YOUNG, R03ERT E • • •« 2/875.97 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT W. KASTENMEIER 

APPLESAUM/ STEWART H i 5j6l3«24 

BRADLEY/ JOSEPH TO AUG. 12 686-76 

BURNS/ MARI_YN RUTH i • 6/008.58 

DAUGS/ PALMER F 4/282-68 

GOKEY/ ANN LESLIE FROM SEPT. 18 1/374.71 

HAU3ER/ OTTO ROBERT 7/334.94 

HERMANN/ 3EATRICE V FROM JULY 1 t. 4/501.02 

MAURER/ LEONARD L • 6/860.58 

MCGLYNN/ MAUREEN ANN 4/898.80 

MILLER/ DAWNE C • • • 4/444.38 

MYERS/ SHIRLEY ANN 2/726.84 

OSHIKIz KAZ t. 13/040.34 

VUKELICH/ HELEN G ....|.. 1/663-98 

OFFICE OF HON. ABRAHAM KAZENz JR. 

DURBANO/ LILLIAN • i • 8/552-22 

FLEMING/ ROBERT H FROM NOV- 1 i • 3/259-32 

HAC<LER/ NORMA JEAN 2/816.70 

HENDERSON/ WALLACE 4,974.96 

MARTINEZ/ ALFONSO A • ■• • 6/008-58 

MURRAY/ PATRICIA A 8/942-10 

PITTMAN/ STELLA T 5/226-56 

PREVATT, NANCY L • 4/444.38 

SCHWARZ/ <AREN A 4,877.04 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES KEE 

BEANE/ LINDA H i •• 4/606.08 

BLIZZARD/ GEORGE • 4,282-68 

BOYD, ROXIE • 4,606-08 

COOK, KIR3TEN M 7/134.78 

GRANT/ DELLA M 5/975.58 

HARRIS/ DOUGLAS L t • 643-56 

LINCOLN, EVELYN • 13/663-74 

SCOTT/ LEONARD V •- 1,443.42 

SWAIM, VIRGINIA C ••■ 1/145.58 

THOMPSON/ LINDA K i 4/056.30 

TRIMBLE/ GLORIA JEAN I 3/862-20 

TSUTRAS/ FRANK G • 13,671-66 

OFFICE OF HON. HASTINGS KEITH 

BREWSTER, BONMIE M TO AUG. 13 AND FROM AUG. 22 TO SEPT- 

12 793-48 

BROADHURST, FRANCIS I FROM JJLY 23 TO OCT. 18 3,585.72 

CLARK, JOHN WAYNE TO DEC 23 • • 6,352-31 





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73 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. HASTINGS KEITH 

DEGNER, DONNA M FROM DEC. 7 > 

DOHERTY, ANNA H 

DOYLE/ R03ERT S 

FINGER/ ELLEN LEAH FROM JULY 13 TO AUG. 12 

FORTIER, PATRICIA L TO JULY 21 

FOSTER* CAROLYN M FROM AUG. 13 TO NOV. 30 

LUKEY, JOAN A FROM JULY 22 TO AUG. 21 

MAU3, LARRY E FROM JJLY 23 TO AUG. 12 

OTT, CHRISTINA G t 

PITTMAN, WANDA L FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 7 

PRINCE; DIANE E 

PYLE, HOWARD, III FROM DEC. 16 

SALVETTI, LLOYD D TO OCT. 4 

SHEA, RICHARD J • > 

SHEETS, JJLIE ANN FROM OCT. 1 

SYLVIA, OTILIA , 

TROY, ROBERT S FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV- 30 

TURKINGTON, ERIC T FROM OCT. 5 

WAGNER, AJGUSTUS F, JR 

OFFICE OF HON. CARLETON J. KING 

BERG, GEORGE L, JR 13,671.66 

DYE, CHARLOTTE A 5,246.96 

FRYLING, SHERRILL E TO AUG. 31 259.90 

MAS3EY, JOAN ESTELLE TO NOV. 9 1,726.67 

MUROHY, JAMES A, JR 6,468.86 

PAINE, EUSTIS , 2,905.32 

RIELY, JOHN R , , 4,444.38 

SAUNDERS, PATRICIA L 3,074«12 

STOKES, VENA DIANE 3,602.30 

SZEKELY, JULIA 3,361.98 

OFFICE OF HON. MICHAEL J. KIRWAN 

BOWMAN, BAR3ARA ANN TO NOV- 4 7,776.68 

DONLIN, ANMARIE TO NOV. 4 9,2?8.39 

DOYLE, CHERYL TO NOV. 3 3,147.49 

MESSERLY, ROBERTA G TO NOV. 4 ..t 9,342.30 

PALLANTE, RALPH TO NOV. 4 3, 103.29 

RAGAZZO, NICOLA TO NOV. 4 1, 312.33 

RAY, NORJEAN D TO NOV. 3 • 7,425.43 

SULLI3AN, JOHN TO NOV. 4 2,145.37 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS S. KLEPPE 

CLAYBJRGH, JAMES B FROM AUG- 1 TO AUG. 21 75.08 

EASTMAN, ALLAN 3 5,3?7.50 

EDICK, RUTH P 3,123.38 

GROOT, JA*IES LEE FROM DEC- 1 t l,50l>18 

HEMMESCH, MARJORIE W 2,234.77 

HOLT, JOYCE E 3,*?9.03 

NELSON, R3LLIS 3 TO JULY 31 2,278.61 



74 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 

TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS S. KLEPPE 

OLSON* EVELYN H • S7,585.20 

RAM3TAD, JAMES M TO AUG. 3: •• 985.27 

REISLER, CHARLES J, III FROM AJG- 1 TO NOV. 30 6,250.01 

RJSSELL, JOHN K PROM SEPT. 1 6,621-32 

SIMES, LAVERNE 4, 900.81 

TUDOR, TOM FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 600.38 

UNZELMAN, PHYLLIS C 4,259.65 

WESTNER, FRANCES C 5,7l3«44 

WOOD, SHARON ANN 3,575.19 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN C. KLUCZYNSKI 

BRICE, BERNARD T ••• 4,386.07 

GEORGALAS, ELEANOR 6,971*28 

GEWIRTZ, SARAH JANE t 3,923«85 

MALUSKA, ANNE V • • 3,87l>04 

MITTELSTAEDT, PEARL a 6,971«28 

PALYS, PAUL G 4,742.36 

PEARSON, BEVERLY 10,136.54 

PIENCZAK, EDWARD J 12,666.91 

SCH-IITT, ARTHJR TO AJG. 31 •. 1,535-36 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD I« KOCH 

ARLT, RONAY t 8,123.08 

BERNUTH, PETER K 9,0=4.72 

BLUM, MONICA INORID • • 4,588.99 

BROWN, DAVID W 13,671-66 

DOWNEY, BAR3ARBA JEAN • 4,637.50 

FLYNN, MARY ELIZABETH 3,665.10 

GUENTERT, BARBARA J • 3,568.93 

JARVIS, ANNE • 4,689.63 

LENNON, E VANCE TO JULY 31 482-11 

NICHOLS, LOJISE • 3,468.92 

PRIBYL, BARRIE M 3,999-70 

PRICE, JACOB F, JR FROM OCT- 1 513-23 

SCHULTE, VA.ERIE 3 TO NOV. 30 -.. 3,218.50 

SHEINER, JONATHAN R FROM AJG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM DEC 

1 821-58 

OFFICE OF HON. DAN KUYKENDALL 

DANN, ALEXANDER WM, III TO AUG. 31 • 554.66 

DEES, FRANKIE LEE • 3,442.08 

DINEEN, MICHAEL F FROM SEPT. 1 • 1,877.80 

LEAKE, VIRGINIA • 4,541.40 

LOGAN, MADGE WEST TO AUG. 31 «t 554.66 

MARLATT, RA.PH H i 13,671.66 

MEANS, JOHN N • 6,952«02 

POWELL, M ELIZABETH 6,503«28 

STONE, GUY 9,824.10 

UDE.L, KAREN E 3,959.28 

VJLEVICH, HELEN E 4, 541.40 



75 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

office of hon. dan kuykendall 

wade, frances patricia s4, 120.98 

walker, elizabeth m 3,442.08 

office of hon. john kyl 

adams, sandra pickens 5,170.80 

atkin5, nedra p 5,170.80 

axmear, charlotte a from aug. 1 to aug. 31 300-13 

eaton, r03ert j to aug. 31 and from sept. 5 8,040.21 

hockersmith, deborah c from july 1 to july 31 300.13 

jensen, andrea from july 1 to july 31 300.13 

mincks, bryan h from sept. 1 1, 901.82 

padovan, edna 7,838.64 

rogers, harold d 9,824.10 

rogers, margaret c 4,541.40 

swearingen, barbara from ajg. 1 to aug. 31 300.13 

office of hon. °eter n. kyros 

adams, nancy e from sept. 9 

bell, william a, jr 

burgess, gail p 

burke, sharon l to ajg- 31 •. 

can ad ay, alyce d 

childs, arthu* ° 

chilcs, candice susan from july 15 to sept. 30 

grkavac, 0l3a from sept. 1 

harris, james n from nov. 1 to nov. 30 

mcmanus, mary ellen from jjly 1 to july 14 

morong, margaret h 

pelton, Eleanor b 

plante, jerome g • 

savage, helen j 

scanlan, susan f 

stine, shirley ann from jjly 1 to aug. 31 

toomey, rowena y l from oct. 1 to oct. 31 

office of hon. earl f. landgrebe 

ACKER, R03ERT CARL • i 6,627.57 

BARILE, LAURE- TO JJLY 31 »t 963.32 

BEAVER, JAMES R TO JULY 31 l,8ll.08 

BRUST, EVELYN G i 11,235.91 

CARRIER, GERALD L • 7,634.79 

DIN3E, NANCY HELEN i 4,584.70 

FREEMAN, JANE ANNE FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 21 1,006-49 

FRIEDERSDORF, MAX TO AUG. 10 759.54 

GROVERMAN, JACKI LEE FROM SEPT. 1 3,058.31 

HEERING, DONALD L FROM AJG. 1 TO AUG. 31 200.86 

MATTESON, J KIRSTAN FROM AJG- 1 TO AUG. 31 200.86 

MERRELL, MARY , 3,857.10 

MURTAUGH, JAMES F 1,877.73 

PAQUETTE, ARMAND L FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,100.51 



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76 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. EARL F. LANDGREBE 

ROBINSOM, MARGARET Z FROM SEPT. 10 ■ S2,*37.89 

SMITH* BETTE N TO AUG* 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 2,169.68 

THOMAS/ BRENDA KAYE 1*877.73 

OFFICE OF HON. PHIL M. LANDRUM 

CHAPPELL, ANN 7,5l9«62 

FLEMING, ELIZABETH M 7,662*36 

HEFNER, RONMIE B *,209«90 

JENKINS, ED3AR L 7,035.12 

RICH, DELORES M i 10,5*7.88 

THORNTON, THOMAS T, JR » *,97*«96 

VANLANDINGHAM, MARIAN t 7,101*60 

OFFICE OF HON. ODIN LANGEN 

BARTELL, JO ANN E • 3,88*«05 

BINSTED, LORENE 3,680.25 

BLANKENSHIP, KATHLEEN • • 4,8*0.91 

CREW, MICHAEL B TO JULY 10 • 352«U 

HILLIARD, SUSAN t.» 3,873*0* 

JOHNSON, CAROL i 6,37'»«53 

JONES, H DANIEL, III 6,663.67 

KNOFF, KATHY TO AUG. 13 69*. 05 

MARTINSON, RONALD L ••• 6,997.18 

MCSHANE, EI.EEN MARY FROM JULY 13 TO NOV. 10 3,122.28 

PYLE, HOWARD, III TO DEC. 15 «t • 9,321.19 

SUNDBERG, PAUL TO AUG. 20 •• 807.03 

YARBOROUGH, MARY E *,598.03 

OFFICE OF HON. DELBERT L» LATTA 

ANSTEAD, VIRGINIA H TO JULY 25 •. 

BURCHELL, KAYE M • « 

CASTLEBERRY, LUELLA B TO JULY 31 

CAVANAUGH, DORTHY K FROM SEPT. 8 

CLARK, PHYLLIS ANN FROM SEPT. 21 

CLASSEN, NANCY FROM JJLY 1 TO OCT" 2 

DOMINIQUE, JILL ANN TO SEPT. 30 • 

EADES, CAROL FROM JJLY 20 TO OCT. 2 

FRIES, JEANNETTE TO SEPT. 30 

FURGESO^J, JILL M FROM AUG. 1 

HENRICKSOM, AUDREY M TO JULY 18 • 

HICKS, BRENDA LEE TO JULY 11 >i 

H0B9IE, OLIVIA TO JULY 19 • 

HOOK, GLADYS M TO SEPT. 5 

MANCUSO, AMELIA FROM AUG. 1 • 

MITCHELL, COLLEEN FROM SEPT. * 

SMITH, 3ERNADETTE H L TO DEC. 15 • 

TITUS, PE3GY W TO JULY 15 

WEINSTOCK, JOAN FROM SEPT. 1 





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77 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT L« LEGGETT 

ARMALY, JOYCE M < S4,966.80 

BACA, ANNA 3 • 1, 451.88 

BEEKM^N, R03ERT EARL 3,762*54 

CHAFFEE, OWEN » • 13,119.2'* 

COAKLEY, JAMES J 13,671*66 

HARPER, VIRGINIA • 3,442*08 

LONG, MARGARET L FROM SEPT* 1 TO NOV. 30 321*78 

MINOE-, WlL^A R 5,2l9*76 

OBRIEN, DOROT-IY C • 9,67*»**»0 

PHILLIPS, TEDOIE B 3,442*08 

POTTS, JO ANN 3,168.72 

SHERMAN, ROBERT 6,893*82 

SWEIG, MARTIN FROM DEC* 1 i 107.26 

WEIL, NORMAN I FROM JULY 1 TO AUG* 31 214*52 

OFFICE OF HON. ALTON LENNON 

BUTLER, ANNE B * 2,759.76 

CAMPION, 3E0R3IA B 13,671*66 

HUTCHINSON, IMA JEAN TO AUG* 31 1,535*36 

JONES, OOJGLAS J 9,64f.'*6 

MCCORKLE, GAYLE C FROM JULY 1 3,01*>**H» 

MCLEAN, JEAN 7,146.06 

SLEAR, JOHN K 5,960*70 

WALKER, CHRISTINE B 5, 613.24 

OFFICE OF HON. SHERMAN P. LLOYD 

AHLSTROM, ARDETH M • 4, 579.12 

ANDERSON, ROBERT M i. 2,402*t0 

ASHTON, PATRICIA P t 4,056*30 

JONES, GORDON S •• t... 6,100*76 

KESLER, JOHM T TO JULY 12 200*19 

MACKEY, RANDALL A «... 4,475.83 

MARTIN, WILLIAM B 3,602*28 

ROLLO, JOHN M TO OCT. 15 1,751.68 

SHORES, SUSAN 4,393*18 

TURNER, RITA J 4,218-00 

WILLIAMS, HELEN JEAN 1,886.28 

WINEGAR, PAJL W 9,280.20 

OFFICE OF HON. CLARENCE D. LONG 

BARILE, LAUREL FROM DEC- 16 60.01 

BAYNARD, SA_LY ANN 3,610.32 

BROMAN, MARY T TO JULY 31 •.. 500.48 

BUCHDAHL, DEBORAH FROM JULY 13 TO AUG* 12 316.97 

DAVIDSON, MARGARET S 4, 286. 72 

HAMMERS, JEAN 4,509*06 

HEATON, HELEN D TO JULY 12 AND FROM SEPT* 29 TO MOV. 3 558.00 

HENRY, MARY V » 3,575*61 

HOPE, ELIZABETH MOSLEY 6,255.60 

HUGHES, DOLORES L FROM AUG. 1 i 2,532.64 



78 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CLARENCE D. LONG 



PFROMMER/ CHRISTOPHER 
PITTS/ LINDA w 
SMITH/ SUSAN 3 
THOMAS/ JEANETTE HAYS 
TOLLERTON/ KATHRYN R 



si3/253.4o 

3/256.08 
7/043.82 
6/502»55 
6/627. 96 



OFFICE OF HON. SPEEDY 0« LONG 



BRADY/ THOMAS FLOYD 
BRIDGES/ EDYTHE M 
COUVILLION/ DAVID IRVIN 
GUM/ CYNT-dA R 
HICKS/ CARLTON JAMES 
HlLDERBRAND/ PRISCILLA 
HODGES/ BERTICE G 
PIPER/ CATHERINE 8 
SILLS/ SUSAN L 
StfOR/ MATTIE LOU 
TARVER/ JOHM =? 
WHATLEY/ NANCY C 
WILSON/ JUANITA ANN 



TO AUG. 31 ' 
FROM NOV. 1 



6/56l«48 
3/285.24 
9/836.76 
4*250.34 
4/541-40 
3/730.50 
3/285.24 
4/250.34 
1/416. 78 
1/416.78 
10/872* 10 
4/007.76 
3/538.20 



OFFICE OF HON. ALLARD K. LOWENSTEIN 



BOLLMAN, NICHOLAS P 
CARTER/ MARCIA MCGHEE 
CRAGUN/ PRISCILLA M 
CURTIS/ JOHN R/ JR 
DANISH/ PAUL D 
DEPRIEST/ ELIZABETH D 
DEVEAUX, CLINTON E 
DIDDNATO/ DENNIS 
EISMAN/ HARRIET F 

ELROD/ MARILYN 
FARRE.L/ JOHN C 
FELDMAN, ANNE GROSS 

GILROY/ PATRICIA A 
HALL/ MAMIE I 
HART/ GARY 
HENRICH/ MARILYN 3 
JIMISON/ JOHN W 
LUCKI/ MARY ANN 
MILLER/ ARNOLD J 
PATCHELL/ LINDA 
POOL/ ROGER B 
SIEGELMAN/ DON E 
TANNENBAUM/ SUSAN M 
TUCKER/ MARNA 
ZEC/ JOAN M 



FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

TO OCT. 31 .i 

TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 

FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT' 31 •« 

TO AUG" 31 AND FROM NOV. 



FROM AUG. 
FROM DEC« 
FROM NOV. 
FROM JULY 



TO NOV. 30 

TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 



1 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC 1 

TO OCT. 31 

TO SEPT. 15 • i 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

1 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC 1 

TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 



FROM DEC 23 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 

FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 
FROM OCT- 1 TO OCT. 31 



TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 1 TO DEC 22 
FROM NOV. 1 t. 





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79 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. MANUEL LUJAN, JR. 

ANTONIDES, JEAN M TO A JG • 31 SI, 027. 10 

CRANDALL, QUENTON K 13*671.66 

DAUM, JAC< D t 10,719.10 

FARRE.L, CATHERINE E FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,251.52 

GONZALES, MARGARITA TO SEPT. 4 701.08 

HERRING, 3EVERLY A FROM NOV. 19 788.08 

KAIN, BEN < 3,956.54 

KERSNER, JUDITH D 1,331.93 

LEGER, ANTONIO C 2,1?5.46 

MJNSEY, DIANA M i 3,933.29 

OLIVER, GREGORY R 5,071-74 

PAP°, PEGGY ANN 4,5?7.58 

PRESS3N, 3 EDWARD 4,345*27 

SALAZAR, LUCY M 4,069.75 

VIGIL, ROSINA G • - 4,519.69 

OFFICE OF HON. DONALD E. LUKENS 

CUM1INGS, CAROLYN TO AUG. 15 •• 

DETWILER, ANGLEE P FROM OCT- 1 TO NOV- 30 

DETWILER, JOSEPH H • 

FRIEND, JAMES SCHAMP FROM DEC- 1 -. 

GARDNER, DOROTHY B FROM AUG- 1 TO SEPT. 30 

KNAPP, ANNETTE MARIE TO JULY 31 

MCMANUS, ROSEMARY K FROM OCT- 1 

MEINEN, BAR3ARA ANN • 

PHILLIPS, HELEN Y 

ROBERTS, JAMES EDWARD TO JULY 31 •■ 

SARGENT, WILLIAM K FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 •• 

SCHROTE, JOHN E , 

SCHROTE, RACHEL D t 

SLONEKER, BARBARA A 

SMITH, DEBBIE JO 

STOVER, GREGORY D FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG- 31 

STREETER, JOYCE K TO JULY 31 • 

SUTTMILLER, TIMOTHY C FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

WARD, CLAIRE ELLEN FROM DEC- 1 t 

WHITTIER, PRISCILLA TO SEPT. 30 • 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD D. MCCARTHY 

CURTIS, CARLA MARIE TO JULY 31 573.68 

FEDEROWICZ, JEANNE TO AUG. 31 •• 279.76 

FIERSTEIN, RITA K FROM A JG • 10 TO AUG- 30 AND FROM SEPT. 

1 5,624.62 

GANNON, FRANCIS X FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 , 2,239.63 

GAYLORD, JACK ORAL FROM OCT- 1 1, 501-14 

HEFFERNAN, GEORGE I TO JULY 31 1,592-44 

JENNINGS, MARLENE H 5,172.55 

KRUlEY, KENNETH C FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,147.36 

MAISEL, LOUIS, II TO AUG. 31 1,191.09 

MATUS, MARGARET A TO AUG. 9 >••• 1,654.72 

PIGMAN, WENDELL H i • 12,269-07 

PISTELL, R03ERT K FROM SEPT. 1 4,667.92 



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80 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD 0. MCCARTHY 



POST* SUSAN W FROM NOV. 1 SI, 699.12 

REHAC, MARJORIE R FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

1 3,108.75 

RIDDLEBERGER, PETER B 8,040.18 

SCANLON, JUDY B 4,137.12 

SUCHYNA, CAROL A • 3,634.38 

TUCK, PATRICIA A 3,139.56 

WARREN, NANCY M 4,691.18 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT MCCLORY 

BADGER, HAZEL C TO JULY 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 

BAGQE, CARO. FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

BITNER, BETTY JANE 

BRAXTON, JUANITA D 

COLEVAS, GERALDEAN J i 

CORBIN, EULALIA i • 

FISHER, NED LAWRENCE FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

LEASON, JULIA E 

LEOPOLD, MARK F FROM SEPT. 23 

LUDDEN, BAR3ARA A 

MORROW, JEAN E • • 

PETERSON, PATRICIA JEAN FROM AJG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

RUDD, ALETHEA S • • 

SCHIFF, ARTHUR TO NOV. 12 

SCHUFFERT, DOROTHY J TO NOV. 15 

SCHUMACHER, GEORGE A FROM NOV. 1 i ••• 

STONHAM, MARIETTA H 

OFFICE OF HON. =AUL N. MCCLOSKEY, JR. 

BETHRAY, CONSTANCE M 4; 

BROWN, DAVID S J 7, 

CANBY, ANNE P i 4. 

CARROLL, SHIRLEY S 3 ; 

CLASSEN, NA\JCY FROM NOV. 1 t...« 1 ; 

CLOVER, CECILY 4, 

CONSTANTINO, °AUL J, JR TO AUG. 31 •»••■ 1, 

COOK, CAROLINE WEBSTER FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 1, 

FITTING, JOAN 3j 

LAFOND, PAUL DECELLE FROM SEPT. 1 • 4; 

MORTON, KATHY JEAN FROM DEC" 1 

NIKLAJS, DAVID C 7j 

PRUITT, GLENAL TO OCT. 31 •» 2j 

SCHMIDT, ROBIN i 1 3j 

SHERWOOD, ANNE • 4, 

WIL30M, JOHM LEWIS 3j 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES A. MCCLURE 

ANCHUSTEGUI, NINA M 4,24'*«96 

CARLUCCI, C PETER, JR 5,132-72 

COLLINS, JAME HAMPTON 3,723.80 



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334.94 
44*».38 
168.72 
200.76 
250.34 
593«04 
321.74 
538.20 
873*16 
151.22 
687.56 
358. 80 
67L66 
44*.38 
600.28 



81 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES A. MCCLURE 

GOLLER, JAMES A 511,073.00 

HALL* LINDA LEE • 3 J?5 9.84 

JOHMSON, RUTH V , 3,259.84 

KELLY, HELEN L 4,868.88 

SLOVER, LILA J , 3,R?0>24 

SMITH, RUTH ANN TO OCT. 31 2,694-41 

THOMPSON, RICHARD K , 11,657.22 

TIMOTHY, ALAN R FROM NOV. 1 1,333.24 

TURNER, LINDA C FROM JULY 1 4,5p6.16 

WINTERS, JUDY K , 3,274.86 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN W. MCCORMACK 

BRENNAN, WILLIAM E 6,932.61 

FITZGERALD, T EDWARD , 7,702*32 

FORRY, KATHLEEN FROM JJLY 16 I0,7q8.54 

HARTREY, JAMES V TO JULY 15 1,139.31 

MCSWEENY, DOROTHY P FROM AUG" 1 7,5?6.25 

MONAHAN, JOHN LEO TO JULY 15 1,0*9.60 

MURRHY, FRANCIS J 5,254.10 

OSULLIVAN, 3ERNARD 9,3?5.84 

PARGAMENT, EDYTHE A FROM JJLY 16 10,798.54 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM M. MCCULLOCH 

BRUSH, MARGIE B 1,145.58 

CAMPBELL, CHRISTINA 4,007.76 

DUCIBELLA, SHARON R 4,1*3.32 

ECABERT, PETER L TO SEPT. 30 1,106.70 

ELLMORE, WINANT S 2, 7*9.76 

GREENE, FRANK FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 547.54 

HEITZMAN, HELENS 3,442.08 

KOCH, DANIEL L FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 30 600.26 

MCGOUGH, JOHN T FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 213.62 

MCGOUGH, MICHAEL W FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 676.05 

MILLER, jOhsi 7 3,154.14 

ROZELLE, JACK A TO OCT. 31 1,776.52 

STEPHENS, R GREGORY TO SEPT. 30 904.68 

WALLACE, R03ERT W FROM SEPT. 1 • 2,400.54 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH M. MCDADE 

CAHILL, MARY E 4,606.08 

CLARK, KENNETH R TO DEC 15 6,563-09 

EDMJNDSON, MARGERY C 4,298.82 

FINNEGAN, CLARE M 4,298.82 

GOIMS, LOJISE 6,461.76 

LETTIERI, FRED F 4,4«2.92 

MOSER, GERTRUDE L 9,458.46 

MOSER, GLORIA C FROM DEC. 29 pO.Ol 

OGORMAN, FRANCIS E i. I3,67l«66 

REESE, R03ERT H 1,3^2.78 

RJSSEN, MICHAEL S t 6,66=9.48 



82 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH M. MCDADE 

SILLS* HILARY TO SEPT. 30 t 

OFFICE OF HON. JACK H. MCDONALD 

CASSEDY* L DIANNE 

FITZGERALD* LAURENCE F 

HARRIS* A J* II TO AUG. 15 • 

KAUL* LA VONNE 

MCKEOUGH* MARY T 

MOGLE, JEAN E t 

NESTER* JUDITH E • 

SCUPHOLM, PAUL T 

SHELTON, EARLINE •••• • 

TEDFORD* JERE L 

WINGATE* CYNTHIA FROM JULY 1 

WOLFF* RICHARD F 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT C. MCEWEN 

BELL* DONNA M 

BRICK* CARY R • 

DEUVAL* ERNEST J • 

FLANIGAN* KATHERINE V FROM AJG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 

HUTCHIN3* DAWN LUCILE t 

MELLON* JOHN E 

MENDENHALL* BEVERLY A TO AUG. 31 

RATTI* JOY 

WARREN* SJSAN L t 

YATES* NA3INE SANDERS FROM OCT. 1 i 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN J. MCFALL 

ALBERTSEN* MARY C 

BARNES* RAYMOND F • 

CROWNOVER* JOAN F t • 

DAWSON* ELIZABETH ANN t 

IANNACCIO* CHARLENE TO SEPT. 20 

MABRY* SAMUEL A ...... 

OLHASSO* JOHN J > • • 

OLHASSO* MARY E FROM SEPT. 1 • 

0LYMPIU3* SHIRL , 

RUFFIN* ROSETTA MARIE •••• 

STAVRIANOUDAKIS. PETER FROM AJG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

STEVENS* ALICE K ■ 

TOMPKINS* RAMONA L PROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

WILBER* A LEE • • 

WILSON* CATHERINE E FROM SEPT. 1 

WING* JAMES KENNETH • 



$250.26 



5*310.60 
13*671.66 
2*659.73 
1*273-20 
4,502.28 
2*90l«76 
3*628. 84 
6*576.71 
9* 833.00 
3*595.40 
3*290.68 
9,212.69 



5, 885.04 
6*661*20 

10,236.90 
3*330.90 
3*256.08 

13*67l«66 
1* 179.40 
3*975.42 
3*287.40 
2,096.85 



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83 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. MARTIN B. MCKNEALLY 

AMANNA, ROSE S 

BOCCUCCI, CAROLYN TO SEPT. 14 

DOULIN, JOHnJ C FROM OCT. 1 

FEDERICO, PATRINA SARA TO DEC. t> 

HAE3L0O°, MARY ELLEN TO SEPT. 27 

HOLSTEIN, JOYCE T 

LITTLE, JANE FROM SEPT. 15 

MARKEL, JAMES ROBERT FROM JULY 1 

MATHISEN, A3NES L 

MCMILLAN, GEORGE W 

MEARS, JOHN S TO AUG. 9 

NORRIS, CECELIA H i 

SYMAN3KI, KEITH LOGAN FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 7 

TORRADO, RENE A, JR TO JULY 14 

VEL_A<E, ANTHONY J FROM DEC 8 

YOUNG, R03ERT L 

ZIMMETT, MARK P FROM JULY 1 

office of hon. john l- mcmillan 

atkins, mac t, jr to ajg. 31 1, 254-18 

carter, j robert, jr 4,97*-96 

creamer, a e from nov. 1 1, 603-92 

deberry, carolyn -j ■ 9,734.28 

ducker, charles b to sept. 30 1,721.04 

gerrald, vanda sue • 3,139-56 

hill, joan 4,444.38 

hjrsey, barbara jane from jjly 1 to aug- 31 947.34 

matthews, r curtis 6,008.58 

mcgee, major . • 11,998.62 

miller, marsha l from oct- 1 1,721-04 

rogers, aileen victoria from jjly 1 2,842.02 

sauls, pat 4,076-12 

steadman, anne w 5,464.56 

office of hon. torbert h. macdonald 

allen, janice carol from ajg- 1 2,662-50 

buckley, anne m 3,256.08 

cagno, helen 3,081-30 

carney, eleanore m 3,226.98 

chiles, Elizabeth 2,911-62 

croken, joseph e 13,671-66 

FIXLER, JOYCE 2,*o2-*0 

JOHNSON, uEENA S TO AJG- 13 -t 822-28 

PATMAN, MARY ANN • 6,173-28 

SANDERS, EDMA E t 8,909-64 

SHOOSHAN, HARRY M, III , 8,454.72 

SINCLAIR, LJCY M i 5,835.60 



84 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CLARK MACGREGOR 

COHALAN, MARY TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM DEC" 16 81,836.66 

DEANE, JOHN RJSSELL i 2,188.38 

DOWIAK, ELIZABETH 3,933.69 

HUMPHREY, KATHERINE J t 7,063-*6 

IRWIN, IRMA J • 5,301-36 

JENSEN, ADRIENNE H • 3, 05*. 06 

JOHNSTON, CAROLYN J • • 5, 510.85 

KR03SENG, DAVID N 8,01*-98 

PETERSON, KAREN M (0 DEC. 15 4,171.98 

REHDER, CATHERINE L FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 500.52 

SANDBO, MARIT E i 4,096.71 

SMITH, MARYELLEN 5,510.85 

SWANDBY, R03ERT B 5,3*2.16 

WILLOW, RICHARD D 10,822.89 

OFFICE OF HON. RAY J. MADDEN 

DURRETT, VIRGINIA M 6,304.98 

EVERETT, DOROTHY J 6,30*-98 

FEARS, JELLENA ■<•••• 4,040.10 

RADULIC, PAJL TO SEPT. 30 568.36 

SHEER, BEATRICE i 1,869-18 

SOBEK, MARY • 12,715.20 

TURNER, VIRGINIA P 13,671-66 

OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE H« MAHON 

BOYLE, HELEN G 8,140.92 

GARCIA, PEARL TO AUG. 15 • 788.54 

GRIFFITH, ROSE JEAN 2,867.34 

GURREN, MARY ELLEN FROM OCT. 1 2,060.49 

HENRY, DON CLIFTON TO OCT. 31 2,523-61 

HERD, DANIEL WARE TO AUG. 21 •» 893.67 

MARTIN, DOROTHY S 8,140.92 

PETERSON, ANNALEE • 7,226.22 

RYAN, ELLA MARICE TO JULY 31 1,335.83 

UMPHLETT, ANITA K 5,173.52 

WILLIAMS, RITA CAROL • 5, 613.24 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM S. MAILLIARD 

ADKIN5, LINDA LEE FROM NOV. 1 760.48 

BLUMLEIN, ANN CLAIRE FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 l,00l«*3 

BOYER, ROBERT KENT 8,584.68 

BUSHA, ROBERT W 6,893-82 

CLARK, ANITA H TO OCT. 31 • 2,639.52 

DENT, MARY = 5,843.88 

DIAZ, STEVEN ALLAN FROM AUG- 1 TO AUG- 31 l,00l«*3 

ELKJS, BARBARA FROM SEPT- 1 TO SEPT- 30 200-86 

FOX, JAN BI3UE TO SEPT- 4 1,407.74 

HANSEN, RJTH E i 4,606.08 

HARRISON, GWEN K 5,679-18 

MONK, BARBARA B i 4,974.96 



85 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

office of hon. william s. mailliard 

mur"hy, lucille e 44,606.08 

negratti, ali:e leigh 3,959.28 

otsea, marion e 3,285.24 

sahlberg, linda j from sept. 5 2,844.93 

wright, diana from oct. 1 to dec 15 1,434.20 

office of hon. james r. mann 

boyce, shelby h from sept. 1 1,101-54 

brysom, william j 10,502«'»0 

funderburx, george n 6,159.07 

GAMSTDN, LAMCEE JO i 3,407.23 

HUNT. WILLIAM H TO AJG. 31 .i • 436.94 

KHAN, OLLIE B 4,153.32 

MCKEOWN, SAMUEL R • 12,040.78 

MOSES, MARJORIE DARROW FROM JULY 1 • 3,496.20 

ROBERTS, 9ETTY H TO AUG. 31 1,352-10 

SATTERFIELD, BETTY W 652.07 

SEELEY, ELIZABETH A • • 9,145.54 

SMITH, VIVIAN H FROM SEPT. 1 2,639-52 

THOMASON, JOH^J LEONARD FROM OCT. 1 t.. 1,197.75 

TODD, ANN GARLINGTON 3,598.96 

TWITTY, JAMES ALAN TO SEPT. 30 4,020.09 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN 0. MARSH, JR. 

BEAN, MATILDA C 5, 415.60 

BRYAN, GLORIA FAYE TO AUG. 31 • 1,871-08 

CRANDALL, JOH^J EMORY 2,968.56 

HEPNER, SANDRA LEE TO AUG. 31 800.80 

HINES, RUBYE B FROM SEPT. 1 2,639-52 

MARANEY, DOROTHY B FROM OCT. 1 i 32L78 

MARBLE, RAMON A 6,7ll«78 

MATHISEnJ, CHRIS 13,671.66 

NEWTON, ANDREW E 4,896.80 

PAPPAS, CAROL L 4,282-68 

SEFCIK, UANNA 3,862.20 

OFFICE OF HON. DAVE MARTIN 

BRAYTON, R03ERT 12,36'*.74 

HORNBACHER* UOSEPHINE 4,355.46 

KORSLJND, PAUL W FROM SEPT. 1 803-*" 

MCGINLEY, SJSAN JANE TO AUG. 31 86?. 18 

MOUMTFORD* WILLIAM E 2,195.55 

ODGAARD, JOHN E i 9,975*82 

POLLY, JUDY T t 3,212.40 

SAYLER, MARILYN J , 7,085.37 

SKOLEi JUNE T 5,638.02 



86 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT B. (BOB) MATHIA3 

ALLEN, 3ARBARA J i S3, 161*40 

BROCK, SUELLEN SPRAGUE 2,222.58 

CROFT, LUCY L • *i 015.86 

GROVER, SHARRON M • 5,9ll«86 

HOUSER, LORETTA M » • 4,4?0«14 

JENNINGS, ROBERT E 9,577.08 

LAKE, JAMES H 13M03«3* 

MALOTT, RJTM ANN • 3,650.40 

MOORE, DOROTHY S i 4,779.12 

PARKER, DENNIS ALLEN 7,15l«46 

VEITH, SHARON A TO NOV. 30 •• 2,56l«70 

WOJCIK, BAR3ARA A 3,522.18 

OFFICE OF HON. SPARK M. MATSUNAGA 

ALAMEDA, FRANK A, JR 3,846.06 

• BUTO, ANN A FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,200.76 

HENDERSON, ELMA C • • 5,30l«36 

HOWARD, EDWARD F FROM JULY 1 5,007.60 

INAGAKI, HIDEKO FROM NOV. 1 1,200.76 

KATAYAMA, CHERRY M • 8,763»98 

KWOCK, KATHLEEN K L t 3,002.88 

MATSUNAGA, ANDREW T t • 5,728.56 

MIYASAKI, GRACE S 4,20l«80 

MOLINA, MATILDA M i • 3, 821.82 

NAHM, DAVID S ......i 13,67l»66 

NAKAMOTO, FRANCIS M TO AUG. 31 1,282.02 

ORNELLAS, LESLIE AY TO AUG. 31 1,379.04 

TOOMEY, HAZEL HINAYO FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 750.17 

TOOMEY, ROWENA Y L FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 

1 i 2,250.51 

WATSON, ROLAND JOSEPH FROM SEPT. 1 2,40l«52 

YAMASAKI, ELAINE M • i« 4,770.96 

OFFICE OF HON. CATHERINE MAY 

ADAMS, STEPHEN T • 7,536.42 

BELL, MARILYN R « 5,909*76 

BORTH, DOROTHY D FROM SEPT. 1 2,563-64 

ENGELN, WILLIAM MICHAEL TO AUG' 30 •. 120.02 

HEUMIER, HARRIET TO NOV. 30 3,944.05 

KELLEHER, MAUREEN E • t 4,68l»20 

KNIEVEL, ANTON J, III 11,998.62 

LOUGHLIN, ELIZABETH F 5,464.56 

SMITH, JEAN . 3,37^ = 61 

TAT, MARILYN CRAWFORD • 6,740.76 

WRIGLEY, ANN N 10,381.02 

OFFICE OF HON. WILEY MAYNE 

BOWERS, JAMES R FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG* 31 107.26 

BRABEC, MILD t 8,487.24 

CORBETT, CHARLES L TO JULY 31 400.40 



87 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILEY MAYNE 

D0B3S, JUDY L FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 20 S533.84 

DYKHOUSE, DOROTHY J 6,272-04 

GRANDY, FREDERICK L FROM SEPT. 1 • 2,948.92 

KNAPP, ROGER C 6, 619-62 

LINOGREN, ELSA A 643-56 

MERRITT, JOYCE FROM DEC 20 172-*0 

PAVLK) GEORGE A i 9,973-80 

POWERS, PENNY SUE TO OCT- 20 l,7l*-*3 

WATSON, JACK W 11,944.14 

WEIR, JESSIE MEANS 3,183.24 

OFFICE OF HON. LLOYD MEEDS 

HARVEY, HELEN ANNA FROM JULY 1 TO NOV 4 2,068.65 

HOUSER, MAR<, JR t 6,885.93 

MARTINEZ, MARY M 5,198.63 

MAYER, MARTHA E 4,472.36 

MERRILL, FREDERICK, JR 4,729-'*4 

MOONEY, PATRICIA S 3,199-29 

PRICE, JAMES S 11,036-94 

ROGERS, INGRID A TO SEPT. 6 AND FROM DEC. 1 1,124.97 

SAARI, LEONARD W i 11,867.19 

SANDER, STEPHEN D i 5,821-61 

SHEA, JOHN B FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 13 1,861-77 

TROUP, SUSAN M 3,517.49 

WRIGHT, GERTRUDE L ' 5,100-56 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN MELCHER 

BALLARD, DORIS C 4,44*-38 

BEALS, HEIDI LEE FROM JJLY 8 TO SEPT. 30 300.68 

BOLAND, JOHN F 2, 605.44 

BRADLEY, PATRICIA TO JULY 7 150.20 

CEROVSKI, BETTY G • 3,408.90 

GIBSON, DORDT-tY L » 3,062-98 

RIECK>1ANN, CARL H 6,008.58 

SCH1ITT, VICTOR W TO SEPT. 15 • 1,302-30 

SCHULENBEPG, JAMES E • 7,811.65 

STONG, BENTON J • 13, 671.66 

STONG, J0SE°H FROM DEC 1 223.55 

VOLSKY, JANINE 4,372-97 

WILLIAMS, PAT 10,866.48 

WILSON, KATHERINE S 5,613-24 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS J- MESKILL 

B0NYN3E, RENEE TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 2,283-2* 

CARLSON, ADOLF G TO AUG- 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 7,469-12 

CHAVES, BAR3ARA COLE 6,30<*-98 

DONNELLY, JOAME 3,570.28 

FICKER, LOIS 4,163-70 

GAFFNEY, J BRIAN TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 5,343.32 

GRAY, LESLIE B 3,63^-38 



88 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS J. MESKILL 



GRAY, WENDELL ANN 

HAMILTON, JUSTINE F FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 

HANNUM, ESTHER R FROM JULY 1 TO UULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 
30 

HOBBIE, SUSAN UANET • 

OCONNOR, PATRICIA U FROM UULY 5 

SACHARKO, MAUREEN F i 

SCHNITZKE, ANN TO AUG" 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT H. MICHEL 

ANDERSON JACK 

BERGSTROM, CARMEN M FROM OCT. 1 t 

CARLIN, EVALENA G t... 

COULSON, URSULA E M FROM OCT. 1 

JAMES, RUSSELL L 

JOHANNES, LOIS A • 

MATTSON, CHARLES N FROM JULY 1 TO DEC 15 

PERRY, UULIE M 

PETERSEN, SVEND TO JULY 31 > 

PIZZANO, WINIFRED A FROM JULY 1 TO UULY 31 

STEELE, LIN3A L TO SEPT. 30 

TRAGER, VIRGINIA H FROM SEPT. 1 

VINOVICH, RALPH 

YARD, SHARON G • • 

YONTZ, CARO. TO AUG. 31 • 

OFFICE OF HON. ABNER U« MIKVA 

BARRON, MATTIE H t 

BONDER, UOEL F FROM SEPT. 19 TO SEPT. 30 ............ 

CARROLL, 9RENDA D TO SEPT. 28 

CLEVERDON, DAVID K •• 

DAVIS, LEON 

ERKES, JEAN 

ERMOYAN, EU3EMIE 

FRANKLE, KATHERINE L ••• • •••• 

GRATSIAS, ZOE 

JOHNSON, JEAN i 

LUNDY, JOSEPH R TO SEPT. 18 AND FROM NOV. 9 

MCCORMICK, PAMELA A FROM SEPT. 22 

MCFADDEN, JUDITH N TO AUG. 31 

N0RAL3, DOROT-tY J t 

ROESS, CHRISTINE FROM DEC" 1 » • 

OFFICE OF HON. CLARENCE E. MILLER 

BRIGGS, KEARSLEY M 

BROWN, DAVID • 

COLLINS, PHILIP MONROE FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 



J86.32 
rg0.69 



'80.69 
343.88 
722.69 
>3*.38 
J40.24 



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48 


2 


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90 


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52 




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52 


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3,732.24 
5,116.85 
1,497.64 



89 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CLARENCE E. MILLER 

DORAN, TIMOTHY NEIL FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

TO NOV. 30 SI, 710.36 

HARMONY, SA W LY J 5,220.53 

HERLONG, BETTY FROM DEC 1 600.38 

RADEBAUGH, MELCHA T FROM DEC" 1 i 500.48 

REINTSEMA, R03ERT A 11,775.14 

SMITH, MARGARET EVELYN 3,394.02 

STRAW, PHILIP KEITH FROM JJLY 1 5,032-04 

THELEN, JUDITH A TO AUG. 14 977.71 

TODD, ARTHUR WAYNE 8,990.88 

WARD, KATHLEEN M TO DEC 16 3,107.24 

WEIR, DIANE L 3,770.08 

WOOD, SUSAN A TO NOV. 30 «t 3, 381.60 

ZEPH, BAR3ARA K FROM AUG. 15 2,616.76 

OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE P. MILLER 

BENTON, GARNETTE S 6,683.25 

BROMLEY, JACQUELINE C 6,337.92 

COON, BELLE C 839.28 

DOYLE, JOHN , 11,196.00 

DREWRY, JJDITH H 2,290-92 

GUTHRIE, YVONNE K 6,337.92 

KLABZUBA, RICHARD W FROM JULY 1 643.56 

LARSON, KENNETH THOMAS 4,563*58 

LEWIS, CATHERINE A 2,283-87 

MILLER, ESTHER P 7,226-22 

WISNIEWSKI, EUGENIA 6,337.92 

OFFICE OF HON. WILBUR 0. MILLS 

CRANE, MARIE ANN 6,46l>76 

GOSS, OSCAR E 12,914.10 

HOLT, LYDA FROM SEPT. 1 2,320.23 

IRELAND, JANICE MARIE ••• ■ 7,159-74 

JACKSON, MARY • • 4,444.38 

MCDOUGAL, DOLORES W 3,959.28 

STEVENS, AVINELL W 4,444.38 

THALHEIMER* LEE FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 20 834.13 

THOMASSON, PATSY L 4,444.38 

WEBB, DOTT 8,354.16 

OFFICE OF HON. UOSEPH G. MINISH 

BESLOW, WILLIAM S TO JULY 4 72.68 

GOLDNER, LUCY TO AUG. 14 613.34 

GREEN, SHIA 6,173-28 

HENDERSON, BETTY J FROM JULY 15 TO OCT. 16 2,106.28 

HOGAN, RA.PH J 2, 005.98 

KENTERA, GALE LYNN 3,329*94 

KOREUWO, IDA L 5,072-88 

LOFTUS, ROBERT E 6,285-03 

PICHE, RONALD U 2, 005-98 



90 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH G. MINISH 



PUZO, JOSEPH i 

STACK* MARGARET A • 

SULLIVAN, MARGARET M • 

TRINDEL, REBECCA ANN 

OFFICE OF HON. = ATSY T. MINK 

AKAHOSHI, DAISY 

ALEXANDER/ AARON J TO SEPT. 13 

CARTER, STEPHEN w 

CHANG, DEANNA 

FELIPE, JOSEPH FROM AJG« 1 TO AUG. 31 

HIGAKI, JEAN A FROM SEPT. 1* TO OCT. 31 

JOHNSON, OSCAR M • 

LEWIS, HELEN ELSABETH 

MILLER, JANE E TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT- 1 TO OCT. 31 

MURAYAMA, ALICE Y i 

NAKANISHI, RALPH T 

NOZAKI, SADIE S 

SERA, LLOYD H FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

SHI1IZU, GEORGE FROM DEC- 1 t 

TANAKA, LENA T 

TOMITA, LANI ANN t 

YASUTAKE, SUSAN S FROM JULY 18 

YOSHII, ETSJKO FROM NOV. 1 • 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM E. MINSHALL 

BROKAW, PAUL • 

COOMBE, PATRICIA J i 

COX, BEVERLY S TO AUG. 31 •. 

HAS3ING, MARY J t 

KEANEi MAUREEN H FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

MAHONEY, MARTHA L FROM SEPT. 1 

MINNERY, GERALD M , 

NOVARIO, LOJIS N • 

PICCO, SHERRIL ANN TO JULY 31 

QUATTLEBAUM, JUDITH H t 

RUSH, JUDITH J 

SCHNEIDER, SALLY A 

VACCARO, PATIENCE S t 

VANDERPLAS, MARNIX J t 

OFFICE OF HON. CHESTER L« MIZE 

BORK, DOROTHY G 

DREIER, FLORA B 

FREBURG, CHARLES R 

GARBER, SJSAN DALE FROM OCT* 1 TO OCT. 31 

HAMPTON, SUSAN GALE TO SEPT. 30 

KIRTLAND, JOHN C TO NOV. 30 • 

METHENY, RE3ECCA FROM JULY 1 

NEISES, THERESA G • • 



S2, 892.66 
6, 5l6«33 

13,671-66 
3, 15*. It 



5 


268 


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13,3*0.22 

1, 168.72 

3,313.97 

628.08 

2,441.26 

8,006.58 

2,715.42 

107.26 

3,063.50 

13,3*0.22 

4,282.68 

4, 120*98 

6*3.56 



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13,671»66 
968. *9 
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3,697.68 
6,0*1.50 



91 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CHESTER L« MIZE 

RAPP, JERRY F FROM NOV. 4 Sl,363«00 

STAFFORD* GEORGE W TO JULY 19 • 346.77 

TURNER, JAMES R, JR 7,937.68 

WEST, BETTY |_ 4,3?8.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WILMER MIZELL 

BEABOUT, WIi_MA JANET 5, 532.70 

BOONE, BARBARA JEAN 3,694.28 

BURROW, JAMES RAY 7,637.16 

BUTLER, PATRICK HAROLD 6,834.95 

CLEMENTS, CHARLES R TO AJG. 31 970.54 

GEE, M ELIZABETH • 3,929.50 

MANGHAM, CHARLES D, JR FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 600.38 

MAY, VIRGINIA LUCILLE • 4,080.55 

NEW, JOEL C FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 800.60 

PHILLIPS, WILLARD L, JR • 11,998.62 

SHEAR, LAVONDA S 6,46l«76 

SHEAR, VERA • • 3,313.56 

SMITH, NANCY CARROLL • 4,78*-56 

STONE, VIRGINIA ELLEN FROM OCT. 1 l,60l»34 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT H. MOLLOHAN 

CLARK, NELLIE V • 2,674.29 

DAVOLI, GLORIA VICTOR 2,748.12 

DOEPKEN, KATHY K 2,660.47 

DUNCAN, JOHN FROM DEC- 1 1 834.60 

FRY, MARGJERITE L 5,6l3»24 

INGRAM, C LOUISE 4,476.72 

JACKSON, NILES LEE TO NOV. 15 4,407.62 

LESTER, KENNETH 9,403*27 

MJNSEY, FRANCES J • 9,260.82 

NEGLEY, STEPHANIE C 3,862.20 

NICHOLSON, EDITH L 5, 810.94 

NORTON, BETSEY S 7,5H«28 

SNOOGRASS, KATHY A 1 4,476.72 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN S« MONAGAN 

CAMPION, EDMUND M 3,197.82 

DONAHUE, JOSEPH P t • 13,671-66 

ELDER, LAJRA F , 6,107.34 

GRICKIS, HELEN A 5,06*«72 

INGELS, ANNA 3 1.... 4,088.64 

KEATING, JANE E t • 5, 115.04 

MARCIANO, MARGARET L •••! • 3,122.56 

MCGRATH, ANN M f - • 3,96l«96 

STAHR, JOHN T t • 4,088.62 

TARGETT, RICHARD M, JR FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 2,222.19 

TIDMAN, REBECCA I 3,009«24 

TRINGE, WILLIAM A, JR t • 4,626.08 



53-476 O - 71 - 7 



92 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. 3. V. I SONNY I MONTGOMERY 

AIN3W3RTH, WILBURN, JR • ...• Sll, 862.16 

ALLEN. MARY D3U3LAS • 4,936.08 

BELL/ KAYE • 5/*5l»60 

CLEMANDOT, ANDRE/ JR 9i9gl«08 

DAVIDSON/ LISA TO JULY 31 • 494.76 

JORDAN/ ELEANOR PORTER 4,877.04 

JORDAN/ RAYMOND W FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 400.40 

MOORE/ RE3ECCA D FROM JULY 1 • 4,1*7.65 

NOE/ JEANETTE F 4,846.04 

SARTOR/ MARY EVELYN FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG- 31 AND FROM DEC 1 735.33 

SHAMBURGER/ CHARLES/ JR • ••• 3/634.38 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM S. MOORHEAD 

BLUETT, FLORENCE V 4,974.96 

COHEN, MOLLIE D t • 10,790*64 

DYE, SHARON S PROM DEC* 1 108.68 

FORD, RAY HOWARD FROM NOV. 1 t 73 i »«02 

GORMLEY, WILLIAM T, JR FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 640-16 

KIER, MADALENE FROM JULY 15 • 2/973«38 

MALONI, WILLIAM R i 8,286.06 

MARTIN, KATHERINE 7,821.90 

OLESKA, MARY JANE « 3,878.40 

OTEY, LA VERNE L 5/023.92 

POMPER/ CAROL J FROM JULY 1 3/409.02 

RUFFIN/ DAVID C/ III FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 640.16 

SHORE/ NATHANIEL 10,790-64 

WADLEY/ D0R3T-IY C • •• 4/088-64 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS E- MORGAN 

BOYD/ THOMAS H 1/349.82 

COTTER/ MARY ALICE TO AUG. 31 835.34 

FURIN, THERESA A •• 1,783.68 

KENT, VIRGIMIA L TO OCT. 31 3,890.40 

KINS, GERTRUDE 13/513.80 

MORGAN/ JOHM R • 3,168.72 

SAHADY, GEORGE ......i 3,602«28 

SERRINO/ ANTHONY F ••• • 3,068.64 

SMITH, SUSAN ELEANOR FROM OCT. 1 2/250.51 

WEINER/ JOHM H 13/67L66 

YESH/ CONSTANCE LEE 5/835.60 

OFFICE OF HON. F. BRADFORD MORSE 

AMES, PATRICIA 3,506.16 

EBERT, JOAN M FROM JJLY 1 » • 4,2l2-16 

FARRE'.L, ALICE E 6,000.30 

GARBER, SJSAN DALE FROM OCT. 1 1,936.98 

GIARRUSSO, HELEN 3,762«54 

HOWARD, MARY J • t • 7,510.64 

KATZ, ALAN GERALD FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,699-12 

KETCHAM, R03ERT C TO AUG. 15 •• 2,478.48 



93 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. F. BRADFORD MORSE 

LINDMAN, MORRIS WM FROM DEC* 1 • S978.09 

MAYMAN, TOBY E 6,735*72 

MCINERNEY, MARY P 6,205*48 

PERRON, RONALD 2,601*54 

PICKMAN, DAVID FROM AUG* 1 i 6,755.31 

RICHARDSON, DOROTHY J FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 2,0?2*06 

ROOD, ARMISTE4D P FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 15 1,533.02 

ROTHERMEL, TIMOTHY S 5,472. 94 

T0RC01, JEAN TO JULY 31 1,022.01 

WETHERBEE, MARCIA L 3,256.08 

OFFICE OF HON. ROGERS C B. MORTON 

BAKER, SHARON LYNN 3,634.38 

BEALL, MARY DEE 6,304.98 

HUGHES, R0YST3N C » 7,737.96 

MARTENS, MARION C FROM DEC 14 589.25 

MCKEEN, MARCIA <5 i 4,779.12 

MCPHERSON, VIVIAN L •••* 4,250.34 

MILLS, WILLIAM 13,671.66 

NEWCOMB, GAIL LEONARD 2,968.56 

PENDER, ANN TO DEC 13 4,859.79 

REMINGTON, CAROL HEATH FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 15 792.18 

SOMERS, SJSAN FROM NOV" 1 874.61 

SULTENFUSS, LINDA FROM AUG. 16 TO SEPT. 30 792.18 

TEDROW, CAROL L 4,877.04 

TOWERS, CLAIRE L 2,968.56 

WEEKS, ANNE C i 4,250.34 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES A. MOSHER 

BILIDAS, BESS i 6,304.98 

CASEY, F ROBERTA , 8,649.66 

JONES, THADDEJS FROM AJG. 1 • 536.30 

LITMAN, DOROTHY W , 5,66'**03 

MAXWELL, DIANE FROM JULY 23 TO AUG. 31 202.32 

PORKOLAB, ALFRED i 5,679.18 

RAGON, SUSAN B 5, 912.78 

ST. 'MARK, JOSEPH JAMES i 4, 861-41 

SWAIN, EDITH FRANCES , 4,120.98 

WELCH, BETTE 9 11,878.44 

WHITE, MURIEL J 3,450.12 

WILKER, DALE A TO JULY 31 450.46 

WOOD, MILDRED S i 4, 811-76 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN E.* MOSS 

BENSON, KATHLEEN BARRY - 5,138*16 

DUVAL, VALERIE 5, 810.94 

FARR, SHARON B FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 2,00l«92 

GALL, HELEN TO JULY 31 *. 910*76 

GOODIN, EDWARD J, JR 4,935*04 

HINKLE, PAUL DAVID 13,671*66 



94 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1370— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN E- MOSS 

HOB3IE, OLIVIA FROM AUG- 1 t. 64,732-65 

LAROCHE, PATRICIA M i 4,681-20 

MADDEN, RITA F 1,663-98 

PFAFF, 3ARBARA • 4,250-34 

RATLIFF, MOINA E • 5,810.94 

SCHWAAB, WILLIAM J FROM SEPT. 16 TO OCT. 16 167.99 

SERTICH, R03ERT TO SEPT. 15 625.65 

STUART, WANDA JUNE • 2,568.42 

WYMORE, A L I 10,714.74 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN M. MURPHY 

ABBRUZZESE, PETER A FROM JULY 1 1,111.56 

ALAFOGINIS, ANGELA 2,9l7.92 

DENSON, KATHLEEN T 3,959-28 

GAETA, ANTHONY R • 12,247.86 

GRAHAM, PATRICK V 3,762*54 

LAROCCA, JAMES L t 6, 902-16 

MAGUIRE, JOHN A 4,088.64 

MARCI3LIAN0, LUCRETIA i 2, 715.42 

MCGOWAN, RICHARD J • 9,55'*«64 

PIPER, JUDITH W ■ 4,056.30 

POLLOCK', DEBORAH JOY •. 3,002-61 

SHARP, LYNN 4,877.04 

SMITH, HELEN R t 10,320.30 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM T. MURPHY 

BRANSON, MEREDITH P • 5,195.28 

BUSER, JACOB • 4,193-74 

CRIST, MARY E • 4,258.44 

DOBRANSKI, 3ERNAR0 • 11,175.27 

EMMETT, ROBERT A 2,77*-50 

FORD, PATRICK D TO AJG. 31 800.80 

LAMBERT, CLARA L • 9,644.46 

PADDEN, JOHN P 6,051-27 

PARKS, MAYME A « 3,168-72 

ROPER, KATHERINE G t .... 5,195.28 

SULLIVAN, J J, JR • 5,366.64 

VOGELSOHN, LYNDA P 5,195.28 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN T« MYERS 

AHEARN, CAROLYN SUE • • 4,250-34 

ANDERSON, JEAN S FROM SEPT. 6 TO NOV. 30 1,534.17 

COLANDREA, NANCY L • 3,256-08 

DENNING, DANIEL B FROM NOV- 22 831-13 

DURKOTT, JANE SAMUELSON FROM DEC- 11 339-94 

GALLOWAY, ALICE M • 3,959.28 

GEHRIS, LINDA H TO JULY 31 573.68 

GONTRAM, JOSEPH M TO AUG- 31 •• l,2U-'*6 

HARDMAN, RONALD L • • •••• 10,502-'*0 

JESSUP, DOROTHY D • 13,671-66 



95 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN T. MYERS 

LITTLE/ DARYL RAY , $4,877.0* 

MCCAULEY, MARLENE B i 3,634.38 

MORGAN, DIANE FROM AJG. 4 TO AUG. 31 445.28 

NORBET, NELLIE W 5,366-64 

ROSENFELO, ROBERT A TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 3,131.96 

ROWE, MARGARET ETHEL FROM OLT. 1 TO OCT. 31 543.90 

STANLEY, PAUL D FROM AUG. 1 TO NOV. 24 3,300.17 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM H. NATCHER 

DRUMMOND, SHIRLEY M , 6,304«S8 

GEOGHEGAN, JENNIE H 4,201.80 

HAMPSON, HELEN C 7,060.02 

NEWTON, VIRGINIA 3 6,794*16 

TABOR, ESTA 5,596.80 

YATES, LOJISE A 3,863.59 

OFFICE OF HON. LUCIEN N. NEDZI 

BECK, ELSEY MARIE 4,525.26 

BLACK, S H 7,159.74 

BOOS, JOHN' L 4,355.46 

BUIER, HELEN 2,154.18 

CICETTI, PAMELA , 3,834.78 

DONAHUE, PAJL MICHAEL 7,101.60 

GARNETT, JEAN , 3,7?9.90 

HOLLIS, ELAINE 1,732.38 

KACZMAREK, ZYGMUND R 5,170.80 

PYRROS, JAMES G 13,671-66 

TULLY, MONICA ANNE • • n.^^n.nu 

WITKOWSKI, MARY E 5,366.64 

OFFICE OF HON. ANCHER NELSEN 

AABERG, MAY LAURETTA 8,156.66 

BENEDICT, CAROL A 3,886.46 

COLBY, VERGIE LEE , . 4,974.96 

DUNSTEDTER, CARL F FROM DEC. 1 HO. 10 

JEHLE, PATRICIA A FROM DEC 21 150.15 

JONES, CATHERINE DEAN 1,663.98 

NIEMALA, RONALD P TO AUG. 31 745.42 

OLSEN, EVELYN F 6,960.31 

OLSON, DONALD W 13,671.66 

PAREL, JAMES DONALD FROM OCT. 1 i 4,251.72 

RYAN, GERALD FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,628.04 

SEGERMARK, HOWARD S 6,802«63 

WOLGAMOT, SUSAN C 3,725.15 

OFFICE OF HON. BILL NICHOLS 

CALLAWAY, BETTY ALLEN 3,249.80 

FITZ, DAVID ALLAN FROM JULY 1 , 6,971.22 



96 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. 9ILL NICHOLS 

HAND, BOB t S8, 242-29 

HARRIS, JUNE M TO OCT- 31 1,597.00 

MCBRI5E, DEBORAH R 4,454.46 

MCCULLARS, SUANNE F 3,185-93 

MERCHANT, FLORA 3, 817.95 

RICE, MARY E|_VA 7,984.81 

ROSWELL, ANN D 4, 45". 46 

SALVIA, JEANNE M • • • 5,087.34 

SMITH, ANNETTE W • 1,769-66 

VENABLE, JACK B TO JULY 15 ••• • 948.38 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT N. C NIX 

ELLIAN, HAIG • • 7,469.28 

JACKSON, RICARDO C 5,359-74 

JENIOUS, CYRILL OMARR t 6,752-58 

LANE, OLYMPIA t 2,645.82 

MCGOWAN, MARY E •• '• 4,432-93 

MCINTYRE, WILLIAM J • 8,860-86 

TOLL, ROSE TO NOV- 30 5,151-25 

VAS3, JUANITA t 5,539-20 

WHITE, CHARLES EDWARD 7,309-74 

WILLIAMS, HARRY T « 4,201-80 

WILSON, AUGUSTA E FROM SEPT- 1 2, 310-99 

OFFICE OF HON. DAVIO R. OBEY 

CHASE, NANCY TO AUG. 31 • 860-64 

DAHL, LAWRENCE E 3,095.07 

GERSH, MARK FROM NOV. 1 t 214.52 

LARSON, BEATRICE C 6,811-27 

MADISON, JERRY M • « 9,032-01 

MILLER, DONNA M •■ • 4,768-74 

OHARA, KATHLEEN A • 5,794.85 

RANSOM, JUDY TO NOV. 30 2,965.43 

REIVITZ, LINDA TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV- 10 5, 712.65 

SPENCER, WINIFRED A ' • 2,847.81 

STITT, LYLE H 11,154.74 

STURGES, GERALD D • • 7,845.51 

WILHELM, MARJORIE FROM JULY 1 2,962-47 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES G. O'HARA 

BRUFF, JOHN B i 6,125.35 

FELDMAN, JANE 3,018.23 

FLETCHER, FAITH ANN 3,168.72 

FRUSH, 3ARBARA A t 4,581-84 

GRA3ER, BETTY L • 4,193-70 

HARRISON, JAMES B 13,103-46 

NEWMAN, DANIEL ° 7,427-28 

SHANDS, WILLIAM E 9,771-72 

SMITH, DIANE CECELIA 2,333-40 

SMITH, ELIZABETH MARIE 5,967.36 



97 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES G. O'HARA 

TEETS, ELNO^A HELEN . $5,613.24 

VENTIMIGLIA, PATRICIA J 3, 51*. 20 

OFFICE OF HON. ALVIN E. O'KONSKI 

CASTOR/ MARGARET ANN TO NOV. 30 •• 4,417.80 

DIERKIN3, ROBERT 8, 469-96 

DUFEK, PAUL C t 13,671.66 

HENITZ, DIANA L 5,679.18 

LADIN, HARO.D 1 t • 7,060.02 

OKONSKI, VERONICA H 1,879.17 

ROWE, MARY S 8,909.64 

TEITGEN, ELIZABETH S 8,140.92 

ZESZUTEK, JANICE 5,105.52 

OFFICE OF HON. ARNOLD OLSEN 

BORYAN, MILAN 11,657.22 

CARDWELL, KAY L 1,077.48 

HANLEY, LEE A 12,279.06 

JOHNSON, LORETTA AILEEN I 2,349.34 

KEATING, MICHAEL 1 6,960.36 

KIELY, THOMAS F , 1,903«38 

MAKEL4, GLADYS TO SEPT. 5 1,263.23 

MCGUIRL, FRANK t 2,005.98 

MEYER, R03ERT J FROM AJG. 22 TO SEPT. 21 381.82 

NEWMAN, D L 10,274-76 

PICHETTE, J MICHAEL 6,766.42 

RUTAN, JEANNE TO SEPT. 1 2,234.95 

ULASEK, ALICE FROM SEPT. 1 1,260.01 

VANCE, KATHERINE MCC TO AUG. 21 649.09 

VAUGHN, EVELYN F 4,6*1.20 

OFFICE OF HON. MASTON O'NEAL 

ALFANDRE, JOSEPH LAMAR TO AUG. 31 600.26 

ELLIS, JOHN W , 13,671.66 

FRATANTUONO, 3AYLE W 4,942.32 

JOIMES, VELA M 6,461.76 

ROLLINS, LEXINE 6,173.28 

SWILLING, SUSIE OGOEN 6,173.28 

WATTS, 3E0R3E B 9,674.40 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS P. O'NEILL, JR. 

BATTLE, ANNE FROM AJG. 1 TO AUG" 31 571.01 

BATTOCCHI, RONALD S TO AUG. 15 •• 856.52 

CAPODILUPO, FRANCINE M 4,250.34 

CARVER, JOHN J FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 604.39 

CLIFFORD, SUSAN M FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 

1 TO NOV. 30 1,150.34 

DESIM3NE, E>1ILY TO JULY 31 571.01 



98 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS P« O'NEILL/ JR. 

DRAGO, NICHOLAS V • S3, 762-54 

IORIO, CARMINE A FROM DEC. 1 ..- 634.27 

JONES, MARY-ALYCE F • •• 3,538.20 

KELLY, DOROTHY M • 6,760.86 

KOLZAK, NANCY E FROM NOV- 1 • 1,026.79 

KUNZ, CHARLES THOMAS FROM OCT" 1 TO OCT. 31 500. 48 

KURLAND, JUDITH 5,712-12 

MCQUAID, CARLA K 4,250.34 

MEEHAN, TIMOTHY F, JR 4, 16*. 10 

MULLEN, THOMAS H t 10,138.26 

MURRHY, MARY ELIZABETH FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 503-84 

ROWAN, JAMES P « 7,838.64 

SNOW, DOLORES C 6,996.94 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD L« OTTINGER 

AZERIER, VIRGINIA M FROM NOV. 1 t 

BERLING, JUDITH ANNE TO AJG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 5 

BRADLEY, PATRICIA FROM JULY 8 TO OCT. 31 

BRAHSi STUART J • 

DAVIE3, CONSTANCE J FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

GAERTNER, CLEMENT J, JR FROM NOV. 1 TO DEC 7 

KEISER, JUSTIN R TO OCT. 31 

KITZMILLER, W M • 

KUSHNER, MARTHA SUE 

LEE, DORIS JEAN 

LEITZER, JOAN TO OCT. 31 

LIMREL, JUDITH TC AUG. 31 

MATHEWS, NANCY TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC- 8 

SCHEINKMAN, ALAN D FROM NOV. 1 

SCH0S9ERG, »AUL A 

TEICHER, OREN J FROM NOV. 1 

WAIVADA, THERESA G 

WIDDOWS, EVE S TO OCT. 31 

WIL30M, HELEN TO JULY 7 • 

OFFICE OF HON. OTTO E« PASSMAN 

ARMITAGE, R3BBYE • 3,762-54 

BENNETT, MELANIE ANNE TO AUG. 31 989*52 

CASEY, EARL ELLIS, JR TO AUG. 31 •• 8g4.04 

CORBETT, JOAN A • 6,810.72 

EDWARDS, VICKI LYNN . 2,4*4.52 

LINGLE, MARY R 6, 810.72 

LIPP, LUCY F t 5,926.20 

°AS3MAN, OTIS J 4,606.08 

ROGERS, HELENA 2,444.52 

SMITH, CARO.E LYNN • 2,968.56 

WILLIAMS, MARTHA < 13,671-66 

WILLIAMS, MARY T 7, 721.16 



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99 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. BRIGHT PATMAN 

ANDROS, EUGENIA , 34,277.96 

CLICK* JOANNE W 4,541.40 

COOPER, EILEEM BETSY 4,489.36 

COUMCILL, DOROTHY F 10,411.32 

FISHER, BRA3Y ALAN TO SEPT. 3 -t 1,051.01 

IVEY, JERRINE B FROM AUG. 15 2,268.84 

MADOOX, BILLY RAY FROM JULY 15 TO AUG. 31 1,1?1.33 

NOBLES, DOUGLAS R, JR TO AUG. 31 1,292-80 

ROTA, SHELVA JEAN • 2,717.99 

SHACKLETTE, BARON I , 13,671-66 

SHACKLETTE, C P - 10,411-32 

THOMPSON, BILLY H FROM SEPT- 1 TO NOV. 30 3,550.80 

WELCH, STEPHEN MARK TO AUG. 31 1,211-46 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD J- PATTEN 

ARONSON, NIAMCY HEARN FROM NOV- 1 TO NOV- 30 1,289-66 

BEA, PAUL H FROM JULY 1 TO AUG- 31 1,000-96 

BIENSTOCK, STEVE TO AUG- 31 1,000-96 

BROWN, OLGA JAMISON 10,546.20 

CALLAS, STEPHEN G 13,671-66 

COHEN, MARK D TO JULY 31 .,...= 431.47 

DONELON, FRED J FROM OCT- 1 1,777.15 

DONOHUE, RICHARD C TO SEPT. 7 1,340.85 

GIBBS, KAREN MARIE 5, 010.92 

HALLISAY, PAUL L FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV- 30 200.86 

HOLDEN, KAREN ELAINE 3,355-76 

JACKO, JOHN J FROM AUG- 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM DEC 

1 «• 2,204-93 

JOSE, PATRICIA ANN , 5,660-44 

LAKIS, WINDSOR J FROM DEC- 1 • 607.06 

LOWENKOPF, LEO S 3,442-08 

MULLEN, MARY TO SEPT. 30 1,294.41 

OWEN, SAMUEL P FROM SEPT- 1 - 1,109-32 

PATTEN, ANNA Q 5,7l2-12 

SCALA, GRACE E FROM NOV- 1 TO NOV- 30 500.48 

STOUKAS, ANMARIE T FROM SEPT. 1 1,331-60 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS M. PELLY 

AMOS, OSCAR A 7,060.02 

BAUER, MARGARET L 4,056-30 

FISHER, JOHVJ M , 2,561-22 

HUGHES, JAMES * 11,196-00 

MASON, ELIZABETH ANNE 3,959.28 

MAYHEW, PATRICIA W 4,606.08 

MCKAY, MICHAEL D i 2,9l7>92 

ODE.L/ CHARLES 13,671-66 

PORTER, ADEL 5,810-94 

ROVIG, 3ERNICE 4,974.96 

SMITS, TED A 7,435.68 

YOUMGMAN, ALBERT A 839*28 



100 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CLAUDE PEPPER 

BEDELL/ ELIZABETH B $7,027.70 

CAMPBELL* FRAMCES H • 5,995.36 

DEMAYO/ SOP-tlE TO NOV. 7 3/057.39 

DICKSON, CHARLOTTE G • 5/672-29 

DICKSON/ MARGARET M •• •••• 3/552.87 

GIBSOM/ GERALDINE A 3/393«36 

HERMAN/ DAVID JOSEPH TO JULY 10 518.15 

HODESz CHERYL G •••• 4/69L18 

LASSER/ AMELIA T » 5/805. 41 

MARSCH/ REGINA TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 9 2/350.27 

PETIT/ MICHAEL FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 8 l/6?8.25 

REED/ HELEN L PROM JULY 11 4/147.91 

SIMON/ VICTORIA FROM DEC 12 494.13 

STRICKLAND/ KENDALL TO DEC. 11 4,187.07 

VAUGHN/ C ELLIS 4/125.69 

WALLER/ MILDRED t 11/520.70 

OFFICE OF HON. CARL D» PERKINS 

BLAKE. LUCILLE H 8,422.26 

BRANHAM/ LAWRENCE •• 2/15t»18 

BROWNSTEIMz ESTHER S • • 7/444.51 

BUNDYz MARY JOE 4,97*«96 

BUSH, PAMELLA MAE • ■ 4/337.69 

CASTORO/ ELSA R • 5/706.63 

DAVIDSON/ LILLIAN W • •••• 5/040.24 

EPPERSOM, RUTH M • 5,464.56 

JEWELL/ CHARLOTTE R 4,743«*6 

MILLER/ W KENNETH FROM SEPT. 1 1/527.28 

SMITH/ SHARON D TO AUG. 31 •••• 1/603.92 

SPURLOCK, MARY LOU FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 11 1,045.49 

TODD, GERTRUDE D FROM SEPT. 1 3, 207.84 

WALDECK, MOIRA M FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,427.98 

WEINBERG, LOIS FROM SEPT. 1 4,005.72 

OFFICE OF HON. JERRY L« PETTIS 

BARNES, DIANNE H i 4,460.22 

CAVANAUGH, DOROTHY K TO SEPT. 7 •• • •• 2/627.90 

DALY/ CLAJDIA ELLEN • 3,822.92 

FITTS* SUSAM M 5/703'00 

HAGGART/ KENNA TAYLOR • 4/779*12 

JONES/ HELEN E 890.34 

KOTZz MERRY K FROM OCT. 1 2/658.77 

LAURISOM/ BARBARA W FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 2,131.88 

LEONARD, WILLIAM R FROM JULY 1 » 4,058.22 

MATLACK, RAE JEAN FROM DEC 1 TO DEC 9 127.72 

MCMICHAEL* MICHELE R FROM NOV. 13 668.27 

NEGRETEz EDWARD V i> 6/603'04 

PERRY/ LOIS H • 7/435.68 

PHELAN/ JOSEPH DAVID TO NOV. 30 't 7/962«20 

TERHEYDEN/ WILLIAM F 5/520.04 

VOORHEES/ EDNA M • 2/66*'78 



101 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. PHILIP J« PHILBIN 

BUCKLES, CATHY REJEANA S3, 407.3* 

DAMERON, JANET L TO DEC" 5 3,935-88 

GAUCHER, CLIFFORD 13,655.82 

GAUCHER, JANETTE V 2,290.92 

KEATING, MARY A 4,811.76 

KELLY, BEATRICE 2,326.'** 

MITCHELL, BARBARA C 3,256.08 

NICHOLS, H 3ARBARA 4, 606-08 

REED, LENA T 6,469.33 

ROCK, MARY J FROM DEC. 7 605.52 

SALMON, J RAYMOND • 9,868.42 

SAUNDERS, RACHEL J i 4,541.40 

ZAHN, AGNES AMNE 3,762«54 

OFFICE OF HON. J. J. PICKLE 

ARNOLD, JOYCE CAROLETA TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC 5 4,577.17 

CONDE, DOROTHY M t... 4,681*20 

DRUMMOND, CLIF 6, 603. 23 

ELLIOTT, DOROTHY J 3,442.08 

HERRIMAN, VIVIAN A 4,68l«20 

HOWARD, GLORIA DALE TO JULY 31 376.13 

MAXWELL* JANICE L 3,652*3'* 

PAYTE, LORETTA H 7,334.94 

PHENIX, GEORGE R t 9,962.02 

RICHESO^, JILES DAVID 6, 902-16 

ROBERTS, SUSAM R FROM AJG. 1 TO NOV. 30 1,500.77 

SHULMAN, MOLLY i 5, 613-24 

SIMON, SUSAN 4,153.32 

OFFICE OF HON. OTIS G- PIKE 

ANDERSON, BARBARA A 5, 203.44 

BAINE, KEVIN T TO SEPT. 15 701-23 

CONKLIN, BLANCHE A 1,451.88 

DONMER, AARON B I 3,886.50 

FOSTER, PATRICIA FROM DEC- 1 • 190.93 

GARLAND, ELAINE FROM SEPT. 1 4,142.39 

KENNY, ROSELYN i 6,950.39 

MARINE, ALLEGRA L • • * 3,248.82 

ORR, BETTY L t 5,32l«16 

PIERPAN, KATHLEEN P 5,048.40 

QUINN, JOSEPH R ■ 2,652«12 

TOPF, MARGERY ELLEN ,,...... 4,352.78 

TOWMSEND, WILLIAM S TO AUG. 31 >a 3,084.20 

WALOBAUER, ROBERT T 2,652-12 

WOOLBERT, MAYBELLE S 10,049-27 

OFFICE OF HON. ALEXANDER PIRNIE 

BENNETT, DOUGLAS P • 6,044.30 

BERGIN, JOHN W ,. 2,072.10 

BOEHLERT, SHERWOOD L 13, 671*66 



102 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ALEXANDER PIRNIE 



DAVIES/ REGINALD i 

EPPOLITO/ JOSEPH N 

HENRY* SUSAN J FROM AUG. 1 •• 

HUGHES/ EDITH S TO NOV. 30 >t 

NICHOLS/ FRANKLIN A FROM AUG. 1 ■ 

RACKLEY/ SANDRA T • 

SAUSVILLE/ BEATRICE M 

SHEPARD/ MARIANNA H i • 

STANFORD/ ELIZABETH TO JULY 17 

VRAKATITSISz ZOE 

OFFICE OF HON. W. R. POAGE 

BLAKE/ CHARLES EDWARD • 

BLAKE/ NAOMI MC M 

HOLSTEAD/ ELLA K 

LAIR/ RUTH 

NORRIS/ WELDA MAE • 

PATTIE/ LOVE M 

STEWART/ ERA 

VICK/ MICHAEL RAY FROM SEPT. 1 • 

WEST/ FOWLER C • 

OFFICE OF HON. BERTRAM L« PODELL 

AARONS/ EILEEN B TO AUG. 31 • ••• 

ALPERT/ SHERMAN FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

ANFAN3/ MIRIAM FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM DEC 1 

DERBY/ ANN R 

GARFIELD/ SADVE FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

GELBARD/ RUTH F i 

HANSEN/ HANS I FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

HESTERBERG/ GREGORY X FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

HOFFMAN/ MARSHA R • 

KNERRz RICHARD W FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 • 

MADDEN/ MURIEL P t 

MARCUS/ BERNARD t 

MURPHY/ PEGGY • • 

MURRAY/ SALLY L FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

PARKER/ JOHVJ 

ROBERTS/ GAIL CASSANDRA FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

ROSENBERG/ SHERRY FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

RUNES/ RICHARD N FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

SALZ/ SHARON L 

STEINGUT/ THEODORE S FROM DEC. 1 t 

STEWART/ RITA ANNE 

WYGODA/ GERALD H FROM SEPT. 1 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD H. POFF 

ANDERSON/ VIVIAN » 

BAUMGARDNER/ DOUGLAS K TO AUG. 23 • 

BOWMAN/ RANDAL RAY FROM AUG. 24 



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103 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD H. POFF 

DORRELL, MARGARET ELLEN *> $3,202.68 

HATCHER.. MARY SUZANNE 5,860.56 

HUMPHREYS/ R03ERT W FROM OCT. 5 ' 2,458.80 

JARRATT, MARY C 5,860.56 

MCKENNA, JOYCE LEE 5,860.56 

RICHARCS, EJGENE J TO JULY 31 • • 107.26 

WHALEN, GARY IRWIN FROM AUG" 1 • • 536.30 

WHITE, JOHN THOMAS, II 13,671.66 

WOHLFORD, MARY ANN 5,860.56 

OFFICE OF HON. HOWARD W. POLLOCK 

ALEY> BETTE K 6,643-14 

BLOOM, JANET B TO SEPT. 30 2,201-97 

CLEMENT, AUDRAY LEE 5,138.67 

DRINKALL, HAL3EY M t • 8, 45*. 72 

JENKINS, MARGO E 5,438.67 

KATZ, JOHN W i 8,865.27 

MORRISON, SUZANNE L 4,225-22 

NEWTON, FRANCES E TO JULY 31 • .,99.44 

0SB3RM, JOHN A FROM OCT. 1 i • 750.78 

RIGOS, CHRIS JOSEPH FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,101.02 

SCHULTHEIS, BRUCE E TO AUG. 7 1, 809.72 

SCOTT, MARY S 5,266.20 

THAYER, MADALIN J 7,956.53 

VIVIAN, EDITH E i 4,171*80 

WOLF, MARGARET E FROM SEPT* 1 TO SEPT* 30 400.40 

OFFICE OF HON. ADAM C. POWELL 

CLARK, ODELL • 9,77l«72 

DODSON, HATTIE F 7,072.50 

ENGLISH, ANNA 5,076.96 

EXPOSE, DARLENE FROM SEPT. 11 4,529.16 

GILLESPIE, DOLORES A TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 5 7,175.20 

HONORE, JOSEPH E, JR FROM JULY 1 TO AUG* 31 1,904.04 

LITTLE, ANNIE FROM JULY 1 TO AUG* 31 821*52 

MCCALL, ESTHER FROM SEPT* 1 1,498*11 

PARKER, CORA ELAINE TO AUG* 31 *. 1,739*92 

RODRIQUEZ* RAMON * * * 3, 112.32 

SEAY, CATHERINE W 4,536.96 

STEELE, JOSEPH , 5,076.96 

TUGGLE, REGINALO TO JULY 31 •. 410.76 

UPSHUR, LILLIAN W 6,673.65 

WAT30M, DAVIC MALCOLM FROM OCT. 1 • 2,851.95 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARDSON PREYER 

BEERMAN, WILLIAM L< III FROM AJG> 3 TO SEPT. 14 682*33 

COZORT, JACK TO AUG* 16 •• ••• 747*32 

DAVIS, ETHEL 9 t 4,592.15 

DORSET, MIRIAM J 4, 001*05 

LAMBETH, THOMAS W .* • • t 12,736*34 



104 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 

TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARDSON PREYER 

MCDONNELL* R03ERT D FROM AUG. 1 « • S4, 602-01 

PARVIN, JEAN ELIZABETH TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 8 2,389.74 

PRUITT, BERNICE 6,337.92 

SCHECTER, IRENE D TO DEC 11 4,595.80 

TALIAFERRO, GAIL Y FROM AJG. 3 TO SEPT. 7 568.61 

THOMAS, KAREN FROM DEC. 7 403-07 

WANNAMAKER, CHARLES, III TO AUG. 23 861-04 

WEST, JOHN CAMERON TO AUG. 23 • 861-04 

WOMBLE, HAZEL WHEELER • 3,6?9.68 

OFFICE OF HON. MELVIN PRICE 

DAILY, DOREEN A • 2,109.88 

DYROFF, CONNIE L F ROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 1,955.80 

FELDMANN, ROBERT H TO JJLY 31 300.13 

HART, WILLIAM K TO SEPT. 4 1,309. 31 

JOTTE, EUGENE T • 5, 909.76 

LOUGHRY, JAN • • • 5, 909-76 

MORRISON, MARGARET E • 5,909-76 

N0RTHIN3T0N, JAMESETTA 5,909.76 

PRICE, RAYMOND A 5,909.76 

PUENT, PATRICIA ANN FROM SEPT. 14 1,785.05 

RAY, DEHAVILLAND •• 3,923.68 

SCRIVNER, PETER C • • I3,67l«66 

WRIGHT, CAROLE L 5, 909-76 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT D- PRICE 

CARPENTER, REBECCA JAN FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 107.26 

FORREST, AL3ERTA SUE • 4,966.80 

GALLO, THERESA M > • 4,673«04 

JAMEISON, JOHN H, JR 12,504.90 

MACKAY, MARGARET T 3,975.42 

MCMAHON, BARBARA ANNE 6,3?l«3l 

MCPEAK, DOROTHY •• • 6,033.24 

REECE, FOREST W, JR t • 10, 600.98 

SANFORD» WILMA JO • • 3, 821.82 

SWIFT, JOY J 3,639.71 

WOODBJRN, BARBARA W TO AUG. 31 AND FROM DEC" 1 ••• 53l«66 

WYATT, JOHN M FROM JJLY 1 1,730-13 

OFFICE OF HON. DAVIO H. PRYOR 

BROWN, EDNA KAY TO JULY 31 579.02 

COLLINS, THED c ORD LAVON 3,986.20 

HADDOX, BEVERLY J 3,943.08 

HENRY, JOHN HUGH • 10,282.40 

INGLES, MARTHA M TO SEPT. 30 l,97l«54 

JONES, LIMDA T FROM OCT- 1 • 1,616.73 

KUM°URIS, ANDREW G TO AUG. 31 •• 1, 102-36 

MACQUEEN, CANDACE FROM OCT- 1 1,902-20 

MILLER, KATHLEEN A FROM AUG- 1 TO OCT. 31 1,821.18 

ROBERTS, PATRICIA • 2,702.10 



105 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. DAVIO H. PRYOR 

SIMPSON, PE3GY $4,790.00 

STOLZ, CAROL M 5,509.00 

TATE, RUTH G FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 351.05 

TRIBBLE, PATRICIA R 6,747.06 

TUCKER, WILLIAM J 9,644.46 

OFFICE OF HON. ROMAN C. PUCIN3KI 

BOCHNIK, 3ERNICE 5,6l3»24 

BOOTHE, EVELYN M 8 4,498.28 

CARMODY, PATRICIA M , 5,810-94 

CHUCKRO, JUDY TO AUG. 31 1,287.40 

CRITES, CYNTHIA A 6,428.58 

OELAHUNTY, M DIANE FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 1,931.10 

DISIMONE, RITA L 5,843.88 

DOERFLEIN, RUTH M . 3,805.62 

HAVILANO, ELLEN V , 2,968.56 

KUTA, PATRICIA A 5, 909-76 

SACHAY, JAMES E 3,140.92 

SADOVE, RICHARD CRAIG FROM SEPT- 1 TO SEPT- 30 686.83 

STANIEC, LILLIAN V i 6,428.58 

WILCZYNSKI, MARLENE J FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 686-83 

WISNIEWSKI, THOMAS J FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 767-68 

OFFICE OF HON. 3RAHAM PURCELL 

BALCH, KATHERINE L FROM DEC. 1 ■•• 314.38 

BLA.KWELL, LINDA LYONS t 3,554.28 

BRICKELL, KA7HY TO AUG. 31 240.04 

BRICKELL, MARION 7,637.16 

CLAAS3EM, BARBARA G FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 15 1,058.55 

CLAAS5EM, TERRY L i 4,7*4.64 

ELLSTROM, JUDITH ELAINE , 3,506.16 

GAVIN, JEAN E TO AUG. 31 846.84 

HANES, WILLIAM T, JR , 13,671.66 

HIGGINS, BETTY J 5,301-36 

HOFFMAN, HATTIE BELLE FROM SEPT- 1 TO NOV. 30 360.06 

RAINBOLT, JOH^J V • • 11,254.23 

ROBERTS, PE3GY J 3,602-28 

SCHAEFER, ELLEN F , 4, 811-76 

SIMS, IRIS A 2,905.32 

WHITE, JEANETTE ELAINE 5,301.36 

OFFICE OF HON. ALBERT H. QUIE 

COOK, STEPHEN W TO AUG. 31 900.88 

EDDY, RUTH 4,541.40 

FETTE, EVELYN M 3,468.80 

FRYDENLUND, JOHN EDWARD TO AUG. 31 .t 900.88 

GREEN, SAUNDRA L TO AUG. 14 1,086.40 

HALL, KEITH E 10,593.36 

HALL, KEITH E 4,444.38 

JOHNSON, R03EP K FROM DEC- 14 732.39 



106 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ALBERT H. QUIE 

KOEMPEL, MICHAEL LEE FRCM SEPT. 1 52,379.92 

LOE^, VERNON C ■ 13,671.66 

MARSHALL, PAUL S TO AUG. 31 900.88 

NARUTA, ANNE P 5,464-56 

SIM3NDS, CAROL A 5,522.70 

SMITH, RHODA SHEPHARO t 4, 145.20 

SPADARO, DE30RAH ANN TO DEC. 13 1, 810.49 

OFFICE OF HON. UAMES H. QUILLEN 

BELL, VIRGINIA HENLEY 3,644.75 

BROWN, MARY LUELLA 4,54l«40 

CAMPBELL, AOELIA ANNE TO AUG. 31 1,085.36 

COX, KATHERINE H FROM SEPT. 16 TO SEPT. 30 164.31 

FRALEY, JANICE SNAPP FROM SEPT. 16 TO NOV. 30 1,356.70 

HAMBLEN, CARO-E M TO AUG. 31 •• 919.92 

HYDER, PATRICIA • • 4,037.30 

LAMBERT, 3LENDA A TO SEPT. 13 1,706.78 

LIGHT, FRANCES HAUN 8, 717.16 

LIGHT, JENNIFER KAY FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 15 1,160.90 

MILLER, JAMES EMILUS 6,259.38 

MORTON, DIANNE N FROM AJG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 

TO NOV. 30 3,682-92 

PLESS, LYNDELL S FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

TO OCT. 31 3,257.21 

RILEY, IDA J FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM DEC. 

1 • 1,030.70 

SIVERT, SUSAN 1,909-68 

STELL, NANCY H FROM DEC* l t 500.48 

VAUGHAN, WILLIAM M 7,972.98 

WAGNER, CHARLFS K FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 15 AND FROM NOV. 

1 2,131.66 

WALKEY, MARIE L FROM DEC 1 8?9«16 

WHITE, SARAH ELIZABETH FROM SEPT. 1 1,785.05 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS F> RAILSBACK 

BURNETT, UOHN S 8,311.56 

CORWIN, DARLENE FAY 4,073-78 

FRISK, MILDRED D 5,522.70 

GALLAGHER, FLORENCE M FROM JULY 5 • 4,063-60 

HEIKKINEN, BARBARA E FROM UULY 21 TO JULY 31 100.99 

JENKINS, DAVID M, II • 9,336.02 

MCLEAN, UNA M •• 8,260.56 

MICHAEL, FRANCES EVELYN FROM OCT. 6 681-62 

PEERLESS, EILEEN TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 5 4,401-00 

POLK, WILLIAM BENJAMIN 9,577.08 

SWIGERT, KATRINA FROM JULY 1 3,740.58 

VALENTINE, PATRICIA ANN t 4,073-78 



107 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM J • RANDALL 



BONKOSKI, ALLIE FROM JiJLY 1 TO JULY 31 

BRI3HTMAN, LUCY C FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC. 1 

BROWN, RICHARD N FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

CAR3YLE, WALTER W FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

CHOATE, JEAN C FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

DEWALT, SHIPLEY ANNE FROM SEPT. 1 • 

DINER. MARY SUZANNE TO AUG- 31 • 

E3AN, MARIANNA CONNOR FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

GLASGOW, NANCY M FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

HALL, PAULINE IRIS FROM DEC 1 

HAYES, PATRICK N FROM SEPT. 16 

HDCKER, IRAH E 

HOWARD, ADRIA ANN FROM DEC 1 • 

JACKSON, 3ARBARA JEAN FROM SEPT. 1 

KINZINGER, WALTER C FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

KRINN, 3ERTHA I FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

MATTINGLY, IDELLA E FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM DEC 1 

MITCHELL, DONNA L TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 5 

POISAL, GLADYS A FROM AJG. 1 TC AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 

TO NOV. 30 «... 

SCOTT, SANDRA KAY FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

SHARP, NANCY M FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG* 31 • 

STEWART, ERSKINE • 

THOMPSON, M0R3AN E 

TICKEMYER, HAZEL V FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

TUK>1AN, KAREN SUE FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

TUNIS, CHRISTENA J FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

WASHERMAN, ELIZABETH L • 

WRIGHT, ELIZABETH M , 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN R. RARICK 

BANKSTON, PEGGY M • 

BROOKS, MAMIE LEE 

BULCAO, D0U3LAS W • • 

CROWE, VERONICA 

DREHER, M A, JR • i 

EDWARDS, E NEEL, JR TO OCT. 31 •• 

FARR, CAROLYN F . 

HAMMONS, 3AYLE N FROM SEPT. 1 • 

HINES, CLAYTON 

JOHNSON, WILLIE V I • 

MILLS, LINDA F 

POWER, THERESA ANN TO SEPT. 5 •• 

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108 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS M. REES 

CARMONA, MARSHA S4,779.12 

CLOW* LISA M t 3,862.20 

DAVIS, KAYE EDWARDS • 4,877.04 

FAULSTICH, JANET K 7,850.98 

FISHMAN, JOEL 6,105.06 

KLINE, RICHARD A FROM A JG . 1 t 7,916.35 

LEBER, FREDERICK S TO JULY 31 1, 713.73 

MAIZELS, DA.E t 3,862-20 

MOLLOY, ELEANOR M , 3,744.04 

MONACO, VIRGINIA CAROL • 4,282.68 

SEE, ELOISE RANDOLPH TO DEC 14 3,099.65 

SOLOW, MARY J • 4,282.68 

SOMMERS, ARLEME • • 5,366.64 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLOTTE T. REID 

BENSON, HAZEL M 2,66*.78 

CAREY, JEAN D 5,301-36 

CAREY, PATRICIA ANNE TO AUG. 24 • 720.72 

CRAWFORD, JAMES LEE FROM AUG- 1 1,465.05 

DICKSON, ALLAH F t 8,495.34 

FRANCISCO, ALICE T FROM AUG- 1 « 2,423-97 

LUSKEY, CHARLENE E t 5,613-24 

MACAULEY, JOSEPH H t • 13,671-66 

MESHAK, RITA TO AUG- 7 1,042-76 

OUINNEY, MARILYN R • t 7,060.02 

RAU3CHER, JEAN t 1,043.46 

SIMPSON, JOHN B 9,9l3»92 

STOWELL, JOY M TO JULY 31 •. 605.73 

WAGLEY, DORIS ANN FROM SEPT. 8 3,266.60 

OFFICE OF HON. OGDEN R. REID 

BACON, DOROTHY W TO OCT. 31 •• 3,62*. 77 

BERDE, CAROL T • •■• » 8,140.92 

EMMONS, NATHANIEL F FROM NOV. 1 1,644.05 

FALKENBER3, DEBORAH M t 5,170.80 

HONIG, RUTH KATZ FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 6 1,193-90 

JONES, 3ARBARA JEAN TO JULY 15 446.54 

MICHELMAN, PE3GY C TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 7 5,155.92 

SCHEID, JUDITH M • 5,072-88 

SPAULDING, JOAN E FROM JULY 1 4,590.30 

STEIN, BARBARA E 4,444.38 

STEPHENSON, LAURA P » 5,366.64 

STRAND, GWENDOLYN • - 3,730.50 

UELLENDAHL, WILMOTH C • 2,783.30 

VOSE, LINDA ROMAINE • • • - 5,588.84 

WILKIE, EDITH B 4,656.72 



109 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. BEN REIFEL 

GOLDAMMER, VANCE R 82,659.18 

GUENTHE9, CYNTHIA FROM SEPT. 1 2, 29*. 72 

HOFFMAN, RUTHANN TO AUG. 31 1,147.36 

JONES, ANN M FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV- 30 1,821.52 

LALLY, CONSTANCE ANN TO DEC. 20 %,01*-21 

LOCHRIDGE, CRANK E, JR 2,659-18 

LUIKENS, SHIRLEY M 13,671.66 

STOIA, NANCY K TO AUG. 31 •. 803-10 

SWILLINGER, DANIEL J FROM NOV. 1 • *, 002-16 

THOELKE, 3ARBARA A ...., 4,974.96 

TRELOAR, JAMES V FROM DEC- 1 1, 200.21 

UHL, KEITH EDWARD 6, 461-76 

OFFICE OF HON. HENRY S. REUSS 

BATTLE, AILEEN LOUISE FROM OCT. 1 

BOOTH, MARILYN S TO SEPT. 30 

CHAPMAN, CATHERINE A 

GALLAGHER, BRIAN J FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 

GOENS, RICHARD W FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

GROBE, ROSE FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

GROVES, LINDA LEE FROM DEC 1 « 

HURLEY, HYLA H 

JAROCH, MARY A 

KISS, VERONIKA E FROM DEC- 1 t •• 

LIP5KY, MARK LOUIS FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

MAXWELL, MARGARET L FROM AUG- 1 TO SEPT. 30 

MOORE, SARA KATHARINE •• 

PEARSON, CONSTANCE M 

PUMPIAN, MARILYN C FROM OCT- 1 TO NOV. 30 

ROBINSON, DONALD L • 

SIMON, LILLIAN R 

TEHAN, ROBERT E, JR 

VERDIER, JAMES M , 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN J. RHODES 

ALKIRE, ALMA ASENATH 12, 715.20 

BENSON, DAVID M FROM OCT. 1 i 402-60 

CORBETT, MARGARET E t 4,974.96 

DECENZO, RITA M 8,665.92 

DORIAN, JAMES E, JR 1,766-58 

MCCONNELL, ROBERT A, JR FROM AUG. 1 5,950.12 

PETHICK, PAMELA F • 3,959.28 

POSEY, CLARA BERNICE 7,226.22 

RAY, OLIVE N 6,107.34 

ROSENBLUM, RICHARD TO SEPT. 30 54%. 31 

SCANLAN, R03ERT J 8,01%-98 

STEWART, ANN CECELIA 3,159.98 

TRYON, GE0R3E MICHAEL TO AUG. 31 763.64 



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110 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. DONALD W. RIEGLE, JR. 

ALLEN, BEVERLY fROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 $411.91 

BLAKE, CARL W • • 13,671*66 

BRUNELL, DAVID D • 12,890.40 

COY, RODERICK S FROM OCT- 1 452.26 

FINKELSTEIN, LISA 4,209.91 

HOGAN, M ANGELA • 4,100.75 

KEENER, MARY LOU 4,182.56 

PRITCHARD, 9ARBARA J • 4,007-76 

ROSS, LAURA GORE • 3,089.43 

SADLER, KATHLEEN 4,029.32 

VIS3ER, PAUL C t 9,277.32 

WEST, NANCY L • 4,702*91 

WHEAT, VALERIE K • 4,000.17 

OFFICE OF HON. L« MENDEL RIVERS 

ACHURCH, FRANCES M 3,822.92 

BRITT, PHYLL T S FROM SEPT. 1 1,935.56 

BULL, CORALEL K t 9,073*32 

CANTEY, BAR3ARA ZEMP TO AUG. 28 1, 508.39 

DAVIS, MEMDEL J 6,046.24 

DUDA, MARGARET C FROM OEC« 1 •••• 500.48 

FURTWANGLER, SELMA T 2,340.30 

HANE, HEYWARD T t • 7, 712.76 

HEAP, MARTHA ELLEN TO SEPT. 22 2,035.08 

HENDRIX, <ARYL KAY i 4,387.82 

KLECKLEY, TERESA A FROM SEPT. 1 2,170.72 

RHODES, JANICE E TO AUG- 12 891-76 

W0RTHIN3T0N, KATHERINE i 3,822«92 

OFFICE OF HON. RAY ROBERTS 

ALLEN, ELRY T, JR •• i 5,366.64 

ARMSTRONG, LINDA K 5,138.16 

AUSTIN, VICKY LYNN • 3,986.04 

CALVERT, MARGARET L FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 600.38 

GLOVER, MARTHA ANN 6,008.58 

GRIFFITH, WILLIAM R FROM OCT. 1 2,100.90 

JONES, ROLAND C, JR 6,661*16 

KIM8R0UGH, LORRAINE M , 9,260.82 

LEDFORD, JONATHAN D FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT- 30 1,328.83 

MCCALEB, MARJORIE B • 4,877.04 

MUNSON, WILLIAM B, IV TO JULY 31 1,239*28 

OLSEN, MARTHA L t 1,869.18 

RAMSEY, JAMES TO AUG- 31 •• • 800.80 

RICHARDSON, JEAN ANN • 3,634.38 

OFFICE OF HON. HOWARD W. ROBISON 

BEARD, BENJAMIN WESTON FROM JULY 16 TO AUG. 31 1,200.39 

BLAKESLEE, ANNE C FROM SEPT. 8 ■ 1,796.06 

BOLLINGER, JEAN M TO JULY 31 •••• 563*00 

BUFFINGTON, CAROLYN G FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 667.96 



Ill 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. HOWARD W. ROBISON 

CALKINS, JOHN T • S2,076.84 

CROWLEY, JOSEPH E TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC- 5 ••. 8,1*0.81 

FITZGERALD, KAREN A • 4,974.96 

FRIEDMAN, MILTON A FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,100.51 

HINRICHSEN, HELENE 1,663-98 

HORN, DENNIS M TO JULY 15 525.42 

INGRAHAM, CHARLES D 10,023-46 

MILLER; MARTIN J 7,207.98 

MINIER, ALAN B FROM AJG. 1 TO AUG. 31 500.48 

MURPHY, MICHAEL J FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 452.76 

SHEEHAN, JEANNE E TO AUG. 31 • 214.52 

TOBEY, ALBERT T 5,679.18 

WALLACE, BARBARA C i 4,525.26 

WALSH, ANNE MARIE 4,390.50 

ZURENOA, SARA E FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 14 178.18 

OFFICE OF HON. PETER W. RODINO, JR. 

ARMSTRONG, SHEILA t 2,917.92 

BAUMGART, MERLE D t 9,072.06 

DANDRE, LOIS 5,457.78 

DECHAMBEAU, SONJA L • 3,813.72 

DENEV, EVA J 6,304.98 

REYNOLDS, DOROTHY 3,421.84 

SCOTT, JEANNE A 1, 708.71 

SINCAVITZ, SANDRA 5,580.60 

STANGO, MARGARET A • 6,428*58 

SURIANO, ANTHONY M t 8,552.22 

TROLLINGER, PATRICIA M , 5,040.24 

WALSH, KAREN L • ■ 4,112.88 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT A. ROE 

BECK, VICTORY S FROM DEC 1 545.11 

BRESLOW, RONALD ALLEN 3,164.97 

BURKE, WILLIAM V 6, 107.34 

CASALE, MICHAEL • 4,779.12 

COWDEN, MARIE ANNE FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 1, 085.36 

DEROSA, ANGEL4 t 5,366-64 

GAVIN, JAMES A 13,027.21 

GURISIC, GRACE A 5,366-64 

JOHNSON, 3LENN D FROM SEPT- 1 • 2,141.60 

KATZ, LINDA EILEEN 1,145.58 

MANNEY, BERNARD J TO JULY 31 •• 466.28 

MARAZZO, KATHRYN M FROM AUG. 1 i 4,414. 44 

ORTIZ, VIRGINIA CLAIRE 5, 162.64 

SCHIMELFENIG, MARIANNE TO AUG- 31 1,238.16 

WENTZ, OLGA S • 8,503-44 

WILHITE, DIANA |_ TO SEPT. 30 1,857.24 



112 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. BYRON G. ROGERS 

BAILEY* MARY KATE TO JULY 31 • $1,222.49 

CARMODY, ROSE R FROM NOV. 1 2,7l3«64 

CAWTHON, MARY R i 9,973'80 

DIMEGLIO* JAMES P TO AUG. 31 «t • 1,147.36 

DONALDSON, ARA N • 5,464.56 

HOLLIDAY, MASON 1,043.46 

HUMMEL, DORIS J FROM NOV. 1 • 2,7l3.64 

KELLY, NINA NUNN • '•• 13,671-66 

KENT, JAMES E FROM DEC* 1 • 107.26 

SANDERS, MARY ALICE 9,072*06 

WINNICK, JEANNE RILLEY 8,040.18 

OFFICE OF HON. =AIJL G« ROGERS 

8RACKETT, BONMIE JEAN TO AUG. 15 450.19 

BRA3G, REBECCA LEAH i • • • 4,488.20 

COLLINS, PAJLINE V 3,602-28 

DALRYMPLE, DONALD W • • • 4,044.15 

DARLSON, JOHN A 8,755.90 

DUNN, MERRY CAROL • 7,390.90 

EDGE, HELEN H t. 4,088.64 

GLISSON, JO ANNE FROM DEC. 16 • 250.24 

GRILL, ELIZABETH MARY 5,926.22 

MAHER, ROBERT W ••• t • 10,365.84 

MICA, DANIEL A 6,030.52 

MUGGLEWORTH, REBECCA A TO NOV. 30 •• 2,794.95 

SIKES, WILLIAM M TO AUG. 31 577.42 

STARKEY, BETTE A i 4,488.20 

OFFICE OF HON. DANIEL J" RONAN 

COLEMAN, SHIRLEY TO NOV. 4 ..t • 2,549.18 

CONLEY, SARA P TO NOV. 4 ••# 2,483.49 

HICKEY, RITA M TO NOV. 4 • 1,924.74 

KISSA'JE, 3ERALDINE M TO NOV. 4 ».t 5,299.09 

THOMAS, HENRY LEE • 6,199*24 

TOOMEY, JAMES J TO NOV. 4 5,201-51 

OFFICE OF HON. FRED B- ROONEY 

BAURKOT, SUSAM G 4,250.34 

CONNORS, JERRY C 4,828.08 

EDGERLEY, CANDACE S 4,926.50 

ETTINGER, CHARLES W t 3,862.20 

GERHART, MILDRED K • • 3,8l3«72 

GOMBOSI, LOJIS TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 5 5,666.36 

HICKEY, ANN 4,681-20 

HUBER, RAY A TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 5 11,316.20 

K0VAC3, WILLIAM L FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

TO OCT. 31 1,273.94 

NOLL, MARGUERITE D • 7, 309-74 

SALMON, JOHN J FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 2,074.22 

THAYER, BEATRICE V i 4,681-20 



113 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. FRED B* ROONEY 

THEVENET, SUSANNE D $4, 193.70 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN J. ROONEY 

BASILE, MILLIE 3,47*>*12 

BYRNE/ EDWARD D 8,140.92 

DENAVE, SALVATORE FROM JULY 6 • • 2,836.87 

ELLER, MARK A • 7,334. 94 

GALLO, JOHN N • 3,095.88 

GIBLIN, MAE H 4,606*08 

HIR3CH, BERTHA 2,381.70 

MILLER, MARY A 7,402*08 

NIVENS, JEN&LEE D 13,671.66 

RAIOLA, ANTHONY 2,5l9.76 

RIZZUTTO, VINCENT 8l»05 

SCHER, JOSEPH t 3,59<».30 

SHAW, SUSAN L •••• 5,423*76 

OFFICE OF HON. BENJAMIN S. ROSENTHAL 

BERGER, LAURENCE D TO AUG. 16 •• 

CHRIS30S, LOUISE J 

DAVIS, MARY W ■•• 

FLATT&U, EDWARD 

GERWIN, LESLIE F FROM JULY 1 TO OCT* 31 

60LDENTHAL, MICHAEL B 1 

HACKETT, CLIF-ORD P 

MCFADDEN, JUDITH N FROM JULY 1 TO AUG* 31 

NEGLEY, MARY CHRISTINE 

POLITI, JUNE E FROM SEPT. 1 

SACKS, ELINOR R 

SHAW, DORIS FROM NOV. 1 •• 

SIEDLECKI, CRANCINE H 

STEINBERG, LAURIE JO 

WILLIAMS, ANNE D 

OFFICE OF HON. DAN ROSTENKOWSKI 

ANTONUCCI, MARLENE 8, 518.63 

CHMIELEWSKI, NANCY A 2,659«54 

CIURA, KIMBERLEY JANE FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 

1 TO NOV. 30 1,023-72 

DRAGON, MICHAEL 1 * 8,475.74 

FIA3CDNE, ROBERT J FROM OCT- 1 TO OCT* 31 2,277.29 

FLETCHER, VIRGINIA C t 6,447.24 

GABIN3KI, LEO t 643.56 

GOGOLA, PHILLIP > 3,059**>6 

HEALEY, JAMES C, JR 7,8l7.78 

HOJNOWSKI, LEO J FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 * 1,261*67 

JASNOWSKI, CARROLL A 4,436*72 

KIANKA, BAR3ARA R FROM A JG • 1 ■ * 536*30 

LEVIN, LEONARD L FROM DEC* 1 • 1,039.85 

MITCHELL, CAROL ANN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 239.15 





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114 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. DAN ROSTENKOWS<I 

NEGA, WALTER J • S13, 091.66 

OBREBSKI, ELIZABETH M FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 107.26 

REILLY, JOHN RICHARD TO JULY 31 400.40 

SALMON, JOHN J FROM OCT. 1 1,628.04 

SOBOLEWSKI, PATRICIA A FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 1,249.08 

YOHE, JOHN ARTHUR TO JULY 31 »t 500.48 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM V. ROTH, JR. 

BAXTER, RUTH D • 1,560.48 

BOWLES, BARBARA JEAN 6,927.76 

DESMOND, ANN ELIZABETH i 4, 182-21 

DONAHOE, CATHERINE M 7,927.05 

HAYES, STEPHEN D 5, 131. 47 

HILL, JEFFERSON B TO JULY 12 681.45 

LAW, ELLEN E 3, 381.36 

METZ, IRENE V TO OCT. 21 2,660.93 

MOORE, CURTIS A TO AUG. 31 • • 2,497.20 

NASTASEE, DONNA 2,846.35 

SHIRKEY, THELMA H • 3,986.18 

SINCOCK, STEVEN J FROM NOV. 9 719.35 

STURGILL, LEE BURRIS FROM SEPT. 1 3,769.36 

UNDERWOOD, DORIS B • •••• 6, 710.84 

VITIELLO, DANIEL J FROM JULY 1 6,206*92 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD L» ROUDEBUSH 



BERRY, PATRICIA FROM SEPT. 1 TO DEC 7 . 
BLANK, PETER P FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG* 31 ■ 
CAYTON, SARIANN TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC- 
DRIVER, BETTY J t 



FELABOM, LINDA M • ' 

FRIEDERSDORF, MAX TO JULY 31 < 

GRIMSLEY, C CLOTELLE ' 

HALL, FREDERICK E ' 

HUBBLE, GAIL P • ' 

LOWENBACH, J ROBERT ' 

MCFALL, STEPHANIE FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

ROBERTS, JAMES EDWARD ' 

ROWE, EUNICE MILDRED ' 

RUBY, DONALD W t ' 

WATKINS, AUDREY < 



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OFFICE OF HON. JOHN H. ROUSSELOT 

BYERS, WILLIAM FROM NOV. 10 850.82 

CARLSON, ELLEN C FROM JULY 1 • 3,602*28 

CURLL, DOROTHY KELLER FROM AUG. 1 2,511.48 

DEVEREAUX, WILLIAM R FROM JULY 1 5,843.88 

HALFERTY, JAMES LOWELL FROM JULY 14 1,220.71 

HARPER, H DONALD FROM JULY 1 1, 12,229.70 

KRAUEL, KATHRYN A FROM JULY 1 4,8ll«76 

LEMASTERS, B VYONNE FROM JULY 1 5,786.22 





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115 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN H. ROUSSELOT 

MACLEAN, MALCOLM J, J" FROM JULY 1 , 53,442.08 

MICHALE5KI, NANCY POPE FROM JULY 20 4,119.88 

NALLS, MARY FROM JULY 1 3,285.24 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD R« ROYBAL 

ALVARAOO, ALBERTO G FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

AVILA, EDWARD J 

DYE, ROY AUGUSTUS, III FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

HARDY, LEROY C FROM AUG- 1 TO AUG. 31 

HENDLER, KATHLEEN B TO NOV. 30 »t 

HOGAN, AUSTIN B, JR 

HOLMES, HJGH H, III FROM NOV. 1 

IGNATIUS, CLARA 

JOHNSON, ROGER C ■ • 

LUKASAVICH, ELIZABETH 

REA, VERA J ■ 

ROMERO, HELEN 

STARK, SYLVIA D FROM DEC. 1 

STERLING, BARBARA E i • 

TIRADO, MICHAEL DAVID FROM JULY 1 

OFFICE OF HON. PHILIP E« RUPPE 

CHAMBERS, RAY B 12,996.96 

DOUGLAS, HU3ERT GENE, II t 2,401.05 

FARRAND, CHRISTOPHER 9,853.18 

FROST, JACK ROBERT i 4,123.11 

GJSLER, DOROTHY J • 5,1?5.27 

INSERRA, DONNA L t 3,862.20 

KOOKER, JUDITH L FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV- 30 325.78 

MOORE, PAMELA 5,125.27 

POLLA:Ki, HARRY FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 2,273.36 

RHEAULT, EVELYN RUTH 3,231.67 

ROBERTS, LESLIE FORD t 3,5l5.36 

TAHTINEN, JENNIFER L • 5,125.27 

WASELL, MlLLi:ENT A 5,075.86 

OFFICE OF HON. EARL B. RUTH 

BELL, BILLY JEAN FROM OCT. 9 TO NOV- 30 1,052.24 

BIRCH?IELD, HELEN M 4,565.45 

DUNGAN, DEADERICK C 5,024.27 

EALES, ANNE BRUNER FROM SEPT. 23 TO OCT- 3 165.17 

GANO, LINDA R 4,103.90 

HACKNEY, HARRIETT P ....« = 5,490.09 

HIN30N, LYNDA JERALDINE FROM AJG. 1 TO AUG. 31 829.16 

INMAN, RUTH 3,189.50 

JOHNSON, BONNIE LOU FROM OCT. 23 TO NOV. 30 818.77 

JOHNSON, CYNTHIA 3,373.28 

MARTIN, NORMAN D i •• 10,009.37 

MCALPINE, BENNY A 4,662.62 

NORTHERN, JAYNE FROM JULY 1 3,081.30 



116 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. EARL B. RUTH 



POOLE/ EVELYN MAXINE 
SHUMAKER/ LJCINDA 
THAYNj JUNE B 



TO JULY 31 

FROM SEPT. 9 TO OCT. 



$740.73 

330.34 

13/671-66 



OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM F. RYAN 



BARRETT, CHERYL MARDIS 
COHN/ SUSAN S 
DIAZ/ SYLVIA C 
EGLIT, HOWARD 
FAU3T/ JEAN 
GROSS/ SUSANNAH D 
HUTCHENS/ LESLIE Y 
KARDEMAN/ RITA 
KUNKEL/ JOAN M 
MARSHALL/ JOSEPH R 
NEAL/ MOLLIE J 
POWERS/ SHARON CECELIA 
ROCKYMORE/ CAROLYN J 
TEUTSCH/ ERIKA 
VINCENT/ MARY E 



F°OM OCT. 1 
FROM DEC. 1 



FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 



TO DEC. 2 • • f 

FROM SEPT. 9 TO NOV. 



TO SEPT. 8 



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869.75 
079.73 
208.66 
69*«63 
373.55 
528.69 
150.56 
183.97 
603«76 
09*«59 
917.54 
128.73 
468.96 
528.87 
834.97 



OFFICE OF HON. ^ERNAND J. ST« GERMAIN 



BAMBER/ RUTH H 
FLINT/ KAREN SUE 
GREENE/ JANET ANN 
HUNTER/ BAR3ARA J 
LIARDz IRENE C 
MAHONEY, MICHAEL JOHN 
OGASSIAN/ MARTIN 
PARTINGTON/ WILLARD F 
RODIO/ JOSEPH J 
SCANLON/ JOSEPH 
SMITH/ JEANNE C 
WINN/ DONALD J 



FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 



392.58 
730.50 
787.28 
959.28 
975.42 
787.28 
001.90 
202.08 
601*54 
629.52 
399.28 
711.06 



OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM L< 



CH036AJIAN/ ROSALIE 
EDMAN/ LOJIS S 
FRANK/ MURRAY 
GEARIN/ MARY ALICE 
GLASS/ JANE L 
KARKUTT/ A RICHARD/ „ 
LUSBY/ JEANNETTE D 
MCCULLEYz ELIZABETH L 
MUZIOz BENJAMIN ALEX 
PICKETT/ JOHN F 
PRZEKOPz JANE L 
SCULLY, WILLIAM J 
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817.19 
838.10 
628. 14 
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705.51 
907.44 
285.89 
551.82 



117 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES W« SANDMAN, JR. 

COLDREN, JAMES FREDRICK FROM DEC 15 $7ll«70 

CORRADO, JANICE Ii6fe3.98 

DAVIS, NATHAN W, JR 3,959.28 

HUNT, EDWIN W 3,256.08 

JIMERFIELD, JOYCE E 3,959.28 

MCCARTHY, BRUCE E FROM OCT. 1 • 4,499.49 

MORRELL, 3ERNICE HAND i 1,920.48 

MUR°HY, JOSEPH V 3,959.28 

PHILLIPS, DONALD D TO DEC- 14 2,966.65 

SHAFER, ANNETTE A 3,256.08 

SPOLTORE, JOHN J 7,939.44 

STAHL, CLAIRE t 4, 97*. 96 

VAGNOZZI, DOROTHY W 7,939.44 

WEBB, CHARLES, III TO AUG. 12 1,471.16 

OFFICE OF HON. DAVID E. SATTERFIELD, III 

GIB30N, ROSS S, JR FROM JULY 1 • 6,275.45 

GLENN, MARTHA COLE i 4,877.04 

GWALTNEY, PATRICIA ANNE TO NOV. 30 2,622.88 

HAAR, MARGARET COLWELL 4,606.08 

JAMISON, DOROTHY A t 6,561.15 

MINTER, ANNABELLE C 3, 862*20 

REIGHARD, GARY LEE FROM AUG. 1 TO NOV. 15 628.48 

TAYLOR, BONNIE L FROM JULY 1 • 2,984.63 

TAYLOR, JOHN D 13,671-66 

TROY, PHYLLIS N 6,560.28 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN P. SAYLOR 

ASHBY, VIRGINIA C 5,113.68 

DUNBAR, ANN 13,663-74 

FOX, HARRY M 13,663.74 

GEHR, SARAH ALICE FROM SEPT. 10 1,481.48 

GENTRY, RICHARD H 8,545.08 

LOHR, WILLIAM A , 5,405.72 

SPALDING, AMY MARIA «... • 4,833.52 

SUTERi JOANNE MARIE • 4,833.52 

OFFICE OF HON. HENRY C. SCHADEBERG 

BROOKS, GALE D FROM OCT. 1 t 953.37 

CARROLL, JAMES D 4,803.60 

DENT, JANET i 4,811.76 

HUNT, ANITA M 3,321.96 

JACOBY, JOSEPH J FROM JULY 1 • 12,004.72 

JORDAN, DOROTHY H 4,779.12 

MCKEAN, ANNE E , 4,877.04 

MINOGUE, MARY JANE 3,762-54 

MOYLE, THOMAS R 10,909«17 

PY, RAYMOND L TO JULY 10 450.41 

TRENTER, MARCIA L 4,104«84 

UPTON, RANDALL G 5,366.64 



118 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. HENRY C SCHADEBERG 

WESTBY, PATRICIA D $3,081.30 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM J. SCHERLE 

BREHENY, PATRICK J 7,079.28 

DRURY, CLAIRE TELMANIK 4,549.99 

FELD, MICHAEL J 7,523.83 

FISCHER, ANNE M • 4,795.11 

FRANZ, DEMISE M TO AUG. 21 1,022-92 

HULTMAN, CALVIN • 10,049.27 

MCELROY, EDWARD J FROM AJG. 24 832.27 

NELSON, STEPHEN D TO AUG. 20 AND FROM SEPT- 1 TO SEPT. 

30 i. 434.93 

OLDEROG, CLARA MARIE 2,884.16 

SCALLY, SUSAN E • 4,549.99 

SLADEK, SUSAN JAMS t 3,837.19 

SMITH, DOROTHY J FROM DEC" 1 500.48 

WASHBURN, D GAY 4,549.99 

WILLIAMS, LUCILLE M i 3,803.41 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES H. SCHEUER 

ABRAM3, DORIS •••• 

ACOSTA, RALPH, JR FROM DEC» 1 • 

BROWN, RICHARD A • • 

CARDONA, MINI TO AUG- 31 

CASTALDO, FRANCES FROM AUG. 1 

COX, BARBARA A 

FUENTES, AL3ERTA B TO JULY 31 

GITKIND, EDWARD S FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 

GOLDEN, MARTHA A •••• 

HENRY, FAYE FROM OCT. 5 TO NOV. 14 

KERR, GORDON C FROM SEPT. 1 

MCDERMOTT, EDWARD T TO AUG. 31 •• 

MICHALEK, DEANNA FROM DEC. 1 t • 

MURPHY, EUGENE J 

NAJAR, 3ARBARA ELISSE •••• 

PARDES, LILLIAN FROM SEPT. 1 •• 

ROBINSON, SHIRLEY A TO SEPT. 30 

RUBIN, ROSLYN FROM OCT- 1 TO NOV. 30 

SCHNEIGER, FRANK FROM OCT. 1 TO DEC» 4 

YATES, BETTY • 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN G. 3CHMITZ 

BEYER, BARBARA M FROM JULY 1 • 6,008.58 

CARRO.L, WARREN H FROM JULY 1 • 8,140.92 

GEIER, R03ERT A FROM JULY 1 13,671.66 

GILLENWATERS, JAYNE E 5,464.56 

LEHRMAN, LYNDA ANN FROM JULY 23 ...» 3,074.69 

PACE, E JUSTINE FROM JULY 1 6,008.58 

PEDROTTI, ELIZA8ETH M FROM JULY 1 3,634.38 

RINALDI, PATRICIA V FROM JULY 1 3,862.20 



3,522 


21 


1,701 


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3,671 


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2,206 


70 


2,503 


80 


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119 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN G. SCHMITZ 

SMITH, RANDALL G FROM JULY 1 $4, 877.0* 

STARK, PETER M FROM JULY 1 6, 561.48 

VOIT, WILLARD S FROM JJLY 1 6,169-33 

OFFICE OF HON. HERMAN T. SCHNEEBELI 

BRENNAN, THOMAS D FROM JULY 13 TO AUG. 31 512.13 

DURRWACHTER, JENNIE TO JULY 31 861.80 

EDLER, LOJISE VOGT , 4,681-20 

FRAZER, JEANNETTE W , 9,343.17 

GORDON, BERMARD S TO JULY 11 •• 117.36 

KNOUSE, MARK STEPHEN FROM SEPT. 8 l,5?l«2l 

LITTLE, C DANIEL 6,960.36 

NEZZO, 3ARBARA ANN TO JULY 11 117.36 

PEPE, RAYMOND PAUL FROM JULY 13 TO AUG. 31 512.13 

RUNFOLA, MARY C 7,637. It, 

STAPLES, HELEN T 6,557.85 

SULLIVAN, PAMELA J , 6,557.85 

SWANK, JOHN N 5,0l5.76 

WERTZ, M WILLOIS 7,838.64 

OFFICE OF HON. FRED SCHWENGEL 

BENTON, ANN 4,250.34 

BURGER, BETTY M 5, 810.94 

CAMPBELL, CHARLES i 9,824.10 

CORNlCK, SUSAN ANN , 4,250.34 

DESCHEPPER, MARILYN FROM SEPT. 1 2,294.72 

HANSEN, PERRY B 3,959.28 

KAUTZ, SUSAN TO AUG. 31 1,147.36 

MAHAFFEY, MICHAEL W FROM JULY 5 3,647-60 

MCFARLIN, LAVONNE G i 3,538.20 

NJSS, BETTY J 4,153.32 

REEVES, LINDA L , 4,681-20 

SCHIMMEL, ALLAN , 11,749.44 

WUNDER, JOHN REMLEY , 3,862.20 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM L« SCOTT 

BOUBIN, CAROLINE A TO NOV. 16 4, 415.38 

CRONIN, VIC<I T FROM AUG- 1 3,417.96 

ELLIS, 3ARBARA J FROM DEC- 1 869.96 

HANCOCK, PEARL H t 4,237.20 

HART, FLORENCE ELLEN 5,549.82 

HOPE, DOROTHY C , 5,124.45 

HORMBECK, MARY E TO JULY 31 1,076.96 

KIERNAN, FRANCES B 6,783.06 

SCOTT, GRACE L 6,744.26 

SITNIK, PETERS , 4,873.76 

SWEITZER, HENRY B i 13,671.66 

TUELL, GLORIA ESTELLE FROM DEC" 1 209-36 

VENUTO, MICHAEL FRANCIS FROM JULY 1 6,081-07 

WALIA, CARO. S TO OCT- 31 1,296.81 



120 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. KEITH G. SEBELIUS 

BRECHEISEM, KAROL R FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 £800*60 

DEVLIN* MERRY M 5,366*6'* 

DODO, DIXIE LEE 3,634.38 

EASTIN, ROBERT E 6,661*20 

JORGENSON, PAULA JO FROM SEFT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 200*86 

KENYON, ALAN ROBERT FROM AUG. 1 3,799.34 

LEWIS, MARGARET JANE • 3,730.50 

OLIVER, CHLOE ELLYN 5,366.6'. 

REEDY. KAREN SUE •••• 2,154.18 

ROBERTS, CHARLES P • 10,684.44 

SCHUMACHER, ANN FROM OCT. 1 • 2,042.19 

SCHUMACHER, PEGGY • • 3,8l3.10 

STAFFORD, SUSAN ANN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 800.60 

SULLIVAN, ANN ALGOTT 7,159*74 

THOMPSON, MELVIN E ••• 5,366.64 

OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE E» SHIPLEY 

ECKL, GOLDIE MAE 9,260.82 

GIB30M, CHARLES L 6, 206.16 

GIBSON, DOLORES I 8,552*22 

GIB30M, GAIL ELAINE FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 657.26 

GROVE, CINDY ANN • 2,791*38 

HAYES, KENNETH BLANE 13,292*88 

HELTZEL, CHRISTINE M FROM OCT. 1 • 985.89 

MOORE, JANICE L FROM JULY 1 1,971*78 

SMILEY, KATHLEEN • 3,862*20 

SMITH, EARL E 3,205*08 

WAT30M, DONALD HUGH • •••• 13,663*74 

OFFICE OF HON. GARNER E* SHRIVER 

AITKEN, DORIS B FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 740.73 

GIBSOM, JOSEPHINE C * * • 3,862*20 

GUERRANT, JEANNE T * 4,444.38 

HALVERSON, MARLENE FROM SEPT. 16 TO OCT. 2 283*61 

HANSOM, VERA LOUISE • 3,959*28 

HARDER, CARL F 4,243*44 

HARVEY, THOMAS MARTIN FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 12 1,081*10 

HAYCOCK, ELIZABETH B 7,435*68 

JAMES, DORA L • 4,681*20 

LAMENDOLA, ANNA L 5,613*24 

MATTHIAS, EDNA F FROM OCT* 6 1,418.03 

PAYNE, H 3, JR TO OCT. 16 1,743.03 

ROSEN, LESTER L « 13,671*66 

ROYSE, M KAY FROM JULY 1 TO AUG* 31 542*68 

WILLIAMS, HARRIET C • • 4,681*20 

OF c ICE OF HON. ROBERT L* F. SIKES 

ALLEN, JOHN H •« • • 6,860.58 

BALLAS, PARASCHO P • 3,762*54 

BUTLER, ALMA D t 11,288*28 



121 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON, ROBERT L« F. SIKES 

CHRISTIE, NEllA A , S8,l40.92 

GALLOWAY, JJOITH T , 3,442.08 

LAMB, BETTY R 5,522.70 

MCC0R3U0DALE, ANN TO SEPT. 15 1, 021.15 

SPRACHER, SARA E t 5,138.16 

SWEET, BETTY J 4,347.36 

TIMMONS, JEANNE ■•• 4,681*20 

WHELAN, HARRIET D 5,358.48 

OFFICE OF HON. B. F. SISK 

ANNANS, IATHAN T TO JULY 31 • * 374.99 

BENEDICT, EDWARD B FROM JULY 1 8,260.56 

CARLE, EUNICE G , 7,226.22 

CHRISTIE, WILLIAM M i 6,107*3'* 

CLOJGH, BETTY L 5,596.80 

COELHO, ANTHONY L 12,835.18 

GIBSON, SHIRLEY G 2, 310.30 

GRA3Y, JOHN T t 2,740.74 

GUINN, ELIZABETH L 5, 46*. 56 

IRVIN, GLADYS E i 5,613*24 

LUTY, GWENDOLYN H 5,025.28 

MILLS, ELNORA 4,158.70 

RASMUSSEN, BRJCE D FROM SEPT. 1 1,200.52 

OFFICE OF HON. JOE SKUBITZ 

BARRY, MARGARET R , 5,071.20 

BIRD, JANICE MARIE FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 16 160.07 

DUKE, AUDREY L 6,629.38 

GILPIN, JAMES S TO JULY 31 536.61 

HURME, SALLY BALCH , 4,830.88 

JONES, GARNETTE 6,833.86 

KIDD, LOUISE t 5,549.44 

LEMERT, BULA 5,171.96 

MARDEN, MICHAEL C 5,133.18 

MORRIS, JOHM R TO JULY 15 268.31 

PENMINGTON, VIRGINIA L 5,171.96 

RJSSELL, HARKER E, III FROM JULY 16 TO AUG. 15 601.72 

SANDEFUR, SARAH ANN FROM AUG. 16 TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC. 

16 > 2,342.80 

SHUTE, WILLIAM H 4,343.76 

WEBB, WILLIS DAVID TO DEC 15 5,538.01 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN SLACK 

BAILEY, MARY KATE 3,969*00 

BECKER, PAUL H 13,671*66 

GATEN, LEO P , 2,863*16 

HODGES, REBECCA S 2, 837*80 

HUNTER, EVA LORRAINE •• 4,969*52 

JENKINS, JOYCE E , 3, 883.76 

LONESOME, WILLIAM L TO JULY 31 *. 627.09 



122 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN SLACK 

MANKIN, NANCY ANN S8,579-27 

MERRICKS, MARY GARNET TO AUG. 31 1,120.66 

PERSINGER, MEREDITH T FROM JULY 1 TO AUG" 25 1,1*9.67 

ROBERTS, MARTHA V FROM OCT* 1 i 1,29*«*1 

SACKETT, MICHELLE E • 5,448.24 

STARKS, NANCY M FROM SEPT. 1 1,633.84 

STEPHENSON, BYRON J i 3,442.08 

WHITTIN3TON, =AUL J 3,59l«60 

OFFICE OF HON. H. ALLEN SMITH 

ANDERSEN, ALICE K « 7,311.84 

BRUNER, MARY 3 FROM JULY 1 ■ 6,598.2* 

GRIBBEN, SANDRA M 6,653-12 

HANSON, BLANCHE E TO NOV. 30 67l«00 

HART, MARGARET N 7,389-38 

HEARN, IRENE F •• 3,4*2.08 

SKINNER, MARY W i 2,3*0.30 

SMITH, ELIZABETH MCKAY 5,981-52 

WATKINS, 0L3A E 6,29^-32 

OFFICE OF HON. HENRY P. SMITH, III 

CASE, PHILIP A 1,1*5-58 

CREANEY, IONA W i 5,227.92 

DAVIS, WALTER E i 1,3*9.82 

GELL, WENDY J • t 4,139.84 

GLASS, NAOMI • 8,45^.72 

GRAY, MARY ELLEN TO DEC. 15 .......••• 3, 213.98 

LEWIS, WILLIAM B • 8, 485.19 

MCDONALD, GLORIA D i. 2,816.70 

OSTROM, JAC3UELYN R FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 750.17 

PENNELLA, FLORENCE C FROM AUG. 1 4,528.78 

ROURKE, RUSSELL A TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 5 13,367.85 

SERTICK, CAROLE B FROM OCT. 1 3,694.35 

T0ENNIE3SEN, CLYDE C • 1,650.46 

OFFICE OF HON. NEAL SMITH 

BLEAKLY, JOHN L t 9,359.64 

BREESE, CONSTANCE M 3,730.50 

DAWSON, THOMAS H t- 8,337.12 

DOUGHERTY, CECILE M 643.56 

KUTISH, JULIE ANN TO SEPT. 20 1,156.24 

MCDONNELL, PAUL C •• ■ 7,805.10 

ROOST, KAREN J TO AUG. 7 ••• 547.76 

SEABREEZE, MARJORIE D TO SEPT. 15 1,044.17 

SIMPLICIO, NANCY R 5,268.72 

SMITH, VICTORIA LEA 3,299-76 

STEFFEN, ROZANNE 3,345.96 



123 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31. 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. M. G. IGENEI SNYDER 

BOLLINGER. STEPHEN J FROM JULY 1 TO NOV- 4 $2,169.30 

BOOTH, ANSI D 5,138.16 

BURTON, HELEN L • 6,140.88 

CUM1INS, MARY SUE FROM SEPT. 1* 1, 317.13 

GEOGHEGAN, LINDA L • • 2,877.88 

JORDAN, MAXINE i 7,637.16 

MANCHESTER. RUTH 4,68l»20 

MEURER, RJTH M FROM SEPT. 1 1,73**. 36 

RANKIN, JAMES A • 4,877.04 

ROBERTSON, PATRICIA C t 4,242.24 

SHAPIRO, RE3ECCA D 3,8?9.86 

TANNER, WILLIAM E 11,319.00 

VISC01I* SONDA GRACE FROM JJLY 6 TO SEPT. 8 751.57 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM L.. SPRINGER 

BOECKER, LILA H 

BRAY, ALVIN A • 

BURT, EDNA E FROM NOV. 1 

FAWCETT, CHRISTINE M FROM NOV. 1 

FIRKIN, LINDA KAY FROM OCT. 1 

GROVES, CAROLYN 

KOBJS, JEAN TO SEPT. 19 

LUCHTEFELD, SANDRA S 

POLLARD, MARGARET ANN FROM A JG . 1 TO AUG. 31 

SHUMAKER, LJCINDA FROM SEPT. 9 TO OCT. 17 

SPOTTS, JANE ANN TO SEPT. 30 

SWANSON, BETTY ANNE • 

TRALKA, JANE E 

TRETTER, DIANE R TO OCT. 31 • 

VANDERA, MARVIN EMERY TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 1 

YATES, CARLA VIRGINIA > 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT T. STAFFORD 

AIDT, LUCILLE LAURA 5,898.88 

BISHOP, EARLE J 3,538.20 

DALEY, ROSEMARY , 5,066-25 

DERMODY, TERRENCE R • 3,885.62 

DICK, MONA BIDDLE TO SEPT. 30 1,124.97 

FRANK, FRANCES S FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 649.09 

GARBER, SJSAN DALE TO JULY 31 968.49 

GROENNINGS, SVEN FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 3,084.20 

HAMPTON, SUSAM GALE FROM OCT. 1 1,753.08 

HOUSTON, NEAL J 13,671.66 

LUPTON, JEASI W 6,338.03 

MERRITT, KATHERINE B 5,893.28 

SHRIVER, LINDA TO AUG. 7 462.49 



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124 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. HARLEY 0. STAGGERS 

BURTON, JOH^ I $6,255.60 

FURFARI, MARGUERITE 13,671.66 

GRONDALSKI, JEAN F TO AUG. 31 674.36 

JAFFE, LYNDA CH 4,444.38 

MCELVAIN, CAROLE A t 6,893.82 

MEDLIN, LOUISE i 4,001*50 

OATES, ETTA M 12,715.20 

SANDERS, JOHN K 8,487.24 

VARNER, JEAN 3 5,553*24 

OFFICE OF HON. J. WILLIAM STANTON 

BARRETT, SHARON E TO AUG. 9 ..t 456.37 

BUKLAD, WILLIAM, JR t 2,5p8.82 

C-tEELEY, MARY LILLIAN FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT* 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 1,466.63 

CONNELL, JEAN • 4,429.32 

COOK, LINDA F 4,126.34 

COURT, EVELYN L 3,674.40 

DODD, JULIE W FROM SEPT* 9 2,201*55 

GRAY, ARLENE A • 7,838*64 

HARDGROVE, R03ERT F t 8,040.18 

MCGLOON, SHIRLEE E 13,671*66 

REILLY, PAT3Y M , 3,697*42 

SHEPPARD, LISBETH ANN TO AUG* 8 ••• * 726.66 

SULLIVAN, MARY ELLEN TO JULY 31 * 413*06 

TUBROY, NANCY H 5,464.56 

WHITESIDE, LILLIAN R 7,737.96 

OFFICE OF HON. TOM STEED 

CARR, MYRTLE E * 941.34 

CLARK, WILLIAM VAUGHN TO AUG. 31 • 1,211*46 

FOGLEMAN, THELMA C •••• • 8,747.16 

GREEN, ANNE RALLS t 2,072-10 

HAWES, MARY • • 7,838*64 

LINVILLE, ALBERTA S 9,072*06 

LYNCH, KATHLEEN W 7,838.64 

MOUNT, D'ANNE FROM OCT* 1 i 1, 817.19 

MULDROW, FISHER 873.30 

NELSON, JOHN M • 3,730.50 

RAIBOURN, DEE 2,290.92 

RICHARDSON, TRUMAN •• 13,671*66 

ROE, JOHN HARVIE FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 605.73 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT H. STEELE 

CHORBAJIAN, ROSALIE FROM NOV. 4 1,933.99 

EVANS, LLOYD R, JR FROM NOV. 4 , 3,001*67 

FRANK, MURRAY FROM NOV* 4 4,329.36 

GLASS, JANE L FROM NOV. 4 i • 1,315.22 

GOSSELIN, DAVID L FROM NOV. 4 • 1,926.46 

MCCULLEY, ELIZABETH L FROM NOV. 4 971.13 

MOORE, NANCY ANN FROM NOV. 4 1, 317.76 



125 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT H. STEELE 

STOCK, RICHARD H FROM NOV. 4 TO DEC" 4 $1,147.21 

WALLERi BETTY JO FROM DEC' 17 396.84 

WEISBROD, HANNO C FROM DEC« 15 478.07 

WILSON BRUCE A FROM NOV. 1 • 3,959.89 

OFFICE OF HON. SAM STEIGER 

ARMAND, THOMAS LEE TO AUG" 9 ••■ 1,337.54 

BACKER, SHERRILL A 5,909-76 

BUHLER, MICHAELA E FROM SEPT. 9 903-39 

BURDEN, DANA W 4,295.70 

FROST, BARBARA H i 3,730.50 

GREENE, DIANA LEE FROM DEC. 3 584.04 

HAILEY, DONNA LYNNE FROM JULY 15 • 3,091.77 

HIBBERT, SUSAM E TO JULY 14 260.24 

JARVIS, MICHAEL A 12,248.48 

LIPPERT, EILEEN A • 3,331.09 

MACKIE, MARGARET MAE FROM AUG. 10 TO AUG. 31 484.55 

OCONNELL, MARY E 4,779.12 

PEACHEY, NANCY CAROLYN TO DEC. 2 3,589.18 

PICKARD, EMMA W 3,574.26 

ROSENBLATT, JANIE FROM SEPT. 9 TO NOV. 30 1,094.43 

ROSENBLATT, PAUL G 13,671.66 

WIN3HIP, NORI^JNE H FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 8 548.49 

WYKOFF, MADELINE R 4,088.64 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM A. STEIGER 

CORMANEY, THEODORE M , 8,665.92 

DRUMMY, MAUREEN 8,893.38 

FERGOT, LOA M i 3,256.08 

HOGJE, PATRICIA W 6,375.66 

HOON, MICHAEL JAMES 4,836.24 

LADEN, ELLEN 3,730.50 

PEIGLER, SARA L 7,777.12 

ROBSON, JOANNE MARIE FROM AUG. 15 2,6l5«34 

SCHILLING, PAUL R • • • 2,492.18 

SEEFELDT,' FREDERIC A 6, 008.58 

STEINBERGER, ERICA H TO AUG. 14 704.00 

VARGO, NANCYE S 4,480.12 

WOLF, KAREN J 4,190.81 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT G. STEPHENS, JR. 

BELL, JOHN C, JR TO AUG. 31 947.34 

BENTLEY, ELLEN S FROM JULY 19 TO JULY 31 189.47 

BOYD, MARY STOWE 4,947.76 

BRYAN, SHARON L FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,000.96 

COMOLLI, MARTHA M 3,442.08 

ELDER, DAVID MAYNE i 13,671.66 

FELKER, G STEPHEN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 473.67 

FORTSON, ROBERT L FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 473.67 

HOGBERG, 3ARBARA J FROM JULY 1 3, 514.80 



126 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT G. STEPHENS/ JR. 

MCGARITY, STU&RT, JR FROM JULY 1 TO AUG" 10 $631.56 

MILNER, JJLIA ASHTON TO JULY 6 9*»«73 

PEDDY/ CLYDE 4 • 5/219.76 

SCHACHTER/ SANDRA FROM SEPT. 1 1/835.78 

SELLMAN/ GRETCHEN P TO JULY 31 • 573.68 

SNEAD/ TILMAN/ III FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 836.82 

SPEARS/ RIS3A V FROM AJQ. 1 TO AUG. 31 473.67 

STRICKLAND/ ANN LYON TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC 5 3, 515.04 

OFFICE OF HON. LOUIS STOKES 

BATTLE/ AILEEN LOUISE FROM AUG. 24 TO SEPT. 17 53<t.37 

BROOKS/ SAMUEL U/ JR • 7/39t«92 

CARRO.L/ 9RENDA D FROM SEPT. 1 1/973.68 

CROSS/ RAYMOND DAVID FROM DEC- 1 » ••• 250.26 

DAVIS/ MICHAEL J 9/295.79 

FITCH/ CLARENCE E FROM SEPT. 1 6/160.85 

GILBERT, JEWELL 4,307.40 

HEGGS/ OWEN L • 8/513.57 

HILL/ MARY LOU PROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 14 617.89 

JONES/ CAROL S FROM AUG. 15 TO AUG. 31 402.2'* 

UONESz THELMA M FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 

TO NOV. 30 «i 2/410.05 

KISNER/ SARAH L • 3/466-88 

LIGGINS/ 9RENDA G •• 4/R96.67 

MATUSZEWSKI, EDWARD F • 2/19'*' 86 

NOKESz ARTHJR W FROM SEPT. 15 TO OCT. 31 1,773.27 

SKIBA/ JANICE KITZMAN 5/735.94 

WEEDEN/ JOHN T 1/860-66 

WEST/ YVONNE C TO AUG. 22 •• 1/152.83 

OFFICE OF HON. SAMUEL S» STRATTON 

BOWE/ JOHN D FROM SEPT. 7 • 2/471.67 

BROCK/ JANICE MARIE TO SEPT. 4 1/297.92 

DARGIE/ JUDITH LOUISE t 3,754.56 

DURVETSKYz METRO t 2/842. 40 

HAWKINS/ RORYE FROM AJG- 3 t 2/543.58 

HOLT/ BILL 3 ■ • 11/380.50 

HORAN/ CATHERINE V • 8/040.18 

JACOBSTEIN/ DAVID M TO SEPT. 5 «t 1/808.30 

LESLIE/ MARY 8 • 5/366.64 

LILLI3RIDGE/ JEANNE T •« • 5/835.81 

SAGUTO/ MOLLY DAY 7/093.26 

SCHELL/ MICHAEL • • 4/606.08 

SUBERz DOROTHY ANN FROM SEPT. 1 ' 2/231.88 

VAVALA, ROY • 3/084.73 

WELCHz LUCY A TO UULY 31 •. 417.67 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK A. STUBBLEFIELD 

CLEMENTS/ PATRICIA V • » ■ 5/170.80 

GUMMELT/ UO RYALS • 3/371.77 



127 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK A. STUBBLEF I EL D 

HARDING, MARGARET K Sl3,387.56 

HONEYCUTT, LYNN C 3,862.20 

MCELRATH, TOM L 5, 205.48 

PRUYN, ENEZ D 8,35*. 16 

ROGERS, JANE H > 1,937.58 

SLEDD, WILLIAM T, JR FROM SEPT. 1 655.92 

SWEENEY, DOROTHY E , 4,877.04 

OFFICE OF HON. W. S« IBILLI STUCKEY, JR. 

BRUSH, JUDITH P 5,366.64 

CADWELL, JACKIE P 4,541.40 

DYKAS, CHARLES F 3,345.96 

GERTH, DOROTHY ANN 5,366.64 

GREGORY, JANICE TO SEPT. 10 620.50 

HEATH, HERMAN DUWARD . 3,081*30 

HEDGEPETH, WILLIAM B 1, 561.38 

JERNIGAN, WALLACE L 13,671-66 

MEWBORN, MARTHA SUE 5,040.24 

ROBERTS, JOE M, JR 10,608.54 

SHIPLEY, ZACH4RY K FROM SEPT. 11 TO DEC 6 762.34 

TAYLOR, WILLIAM w 4,153.32 

WEST, SHARON H 6,430.30 

OFFICE OF HON. LEONOR K. (MRS JOHN 9.) SULLIVAN 

FOGLEMAN, OLA M 4,974.96 

FRYE, CLAIRE TAYLOR i 5, 613.24 

FUERST, MARY JEANNE TO SEPT. 5 •. t 867.53 

GLYNN, MARY CAY FROM OCT. 13 • I,3l3.13 

HEWEY, FRANK B 7,637.16 

LARUSSA, 9ERNICF A 1,971.78 

LYNCH, MARIE 3,829.86 

MCCOR^JACK, GREGG C TO SEPT. 22 2,266.37 

PEACOCK, ELIZABETH B 5,268.72 

PETERSON, IRENE L 8,140.92 

SILVERS, MARIE , 4,681-20 

WALL, OLIVE M , 3,256.08 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES W. SYMINGTON 

BEHR, KATHLEEN FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 680.09 

BENTLEY, SARAH CHRISTY 4,7i5.2C 

BROWN, JAMES P FROM DEC. 1 494.76 

E3ERWEIN, TONY J_ TO NOV. 30 7,086.20 

FULTON, GARVEYE'TTE W 3,297.76 

HOUGHTON, CHARLES G, III 4,376.55 

HUBBARD, MARSHA ANN i 4, 71.5.20 

JOHMSON, JO ELLEN 3,624.88 

KURZ, JUDITH ANN 3,829.86 

MCDONALD, JOHN T FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG- 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

TO OCT. 31 1,495.65 

MONTGOMERY, JANE MARY 4,871.60 



128 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES W. SYMINGTON 

OLIAN, VICKY L FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 S905.32 

SANTOS, MIRIAM M « 6,718.37 

SOUTHi STEPHEM E 10,890.73 

WELEK, MARY KATHRYN FROM NOV. 1 1,590.85 

WEYFORTH, MARY ANN • 5,138.16 

ZAMPERINI, MARSHA 4,129.08 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT TAFT, JR. 

CLOSE, GEOFFREY L i 2,413.05 

CONOIT, BETTY A MN • 2,892*66 

DINE, SYDNEY ANN 5,268.72 

EISEN3ERG, RONALD AARON 9,921.42 

GWALTNEY, PATRICIA ANNE FROM DEC 1 i 625.76 

HOWARD, ALLEN L .......' 6,107.34 

LEWIS, VERA VIRGINIA • 4,541.40 

MCCAY, VIRGINIA C 5,366.64 

PARKER, ELEANOR R 6,107.34 

PORTEOUS, JANE M i 3,862.20 

SCHISLER, RICHARD T • 6,30<».98 

WALKER, SALLY M i • 6,008.58 

WOLFE, STEPHEN C FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG" 31 500.48 

OFFICE OF HON. BURT L« TALCOTT 

BATT, BEVERLY JO • 4,018.57 

BURKE, SALLY J 5,195.28 

DISON, MARITHA t • 3,939*02 

DONAHUE, THERESA B 7,168.02 

FISCHER, FREDA H 1,971.78 

FLATLEY, VIRGINIA F 6,827.40 

FRICK, LIMDA A FROM AUG. 1 TC AUG. 31 542.68 

HONEY, CAROL S • • • 2,099«'»6 

MACNELIS, WILLIAM J • 11,111.46 

MCBRIDE, JEANNE E 4,54l»^0 

MUHS, PETER L FROM JULY 1 TC JULY 31 750.17 

PARTIN, DOROT-tY M 5,366.64 

PENN, REMONA V t 3,345.96 

SCANLON, EILEEN 6,46l«76 

OFFICE OF HON. ROY A. TAYLOR 

BOBROWSKI, TEMPIE M • • 6,337.92 

CARPENTER, JAMES M TO AUG. 31 65l»56 

ENGLISH, FRANCES F • 4,120.98 

ENNIS, DOROTHY M .".... 4,852.00 

HEDGECOCK, RUTH V • 4,97*.96 

HOOPER, CORMELIA L 5,843.88 

MALLONEE, THOMAS L 9,67^«*0 

SALISBURY, MARGARET J » 2,968.56 

SHAW, LUTHER W • 13,671*66 

VARNER, JEASENE G FROM SEPT. 21 1,649.20 

WILLIAMS, MARILOU H 4,282-68 



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129 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES M. TEAGUE 

ATCHESON, KRISTIN LEE 

CAMPBELL* ANDREW S TO SEPT. 30 

CARVETTE, CHARLOTTE A , 

CRONKITE, RUTH COLLINS FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

GERRICK, SUSAN 

KEITH, KATHRYN M , 

KELLEY, DIANE R 

OCONNELL/ JESSIE L 

RICHARDS, STANTON M FROM OCT. 1 

ROMNEY/ PHILLIP H TO SEPT. 30 

SEEGER/ CHARLES M FROM SEPT. 14 

SlLBERSTEIN, ERIC TO AUG. 17 ., 

WAHLER/ LIN3A S 

WALTERS/ THERESA E • 

WINKLER/ MONTGOMERY K , 

OFFICE OF HON. OLIN E. TEAGUE 

BALE/ MARGARET J 10/230.63 

BLAZK/ MARC L TO AUG. 31 989.52 

BROOKS/ LEILA W 6/008.58 

COOPER/ DON 2,968.56 

CULLINAN/ GERALD t 2/968.56 

HOWARD/ MARY BEVERLY • 2,930.64 

LAWRENCE/ JOHN WEBB 3/442.08 

LOCKETT/ AUDREY A ,. 11/472-78 

MEADOWS/ JANE SUSANNE TO AUG. 10 AND FROM DEC. 15 923.55 

MOORE/ JACK FROM JULY 1 TO AUG- 31 989.52 

MOORE, MARGARET DIANE FROM NOV. 16 • 1/284.54 

QUIGLEYz MARY JO t 4,606.08 

WOOD/ OLEN TO AJG. 31 • 989.52 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK THOMPSON/ JR. 

BLAJSTEIN/ HARRIET H 

BUSH/ CLEVELAND TO AUG. 31 •> 

COHEN/ CA^O.YN EILEEN , 

COHEN, STEVEN M 

DANNENHAUER, MERCEDES FROM SEPT. 1 • 

DEGASPERIS/ REGINA 

DEITZ/ WILLIAM T , 

EXPOSE/ DARLENE TO SEPT. 10 

LANGLEY/ DORRIE L 

MATCHO/ CHERY. G FROM SEPT. 1 

MCKAY/ GORDON ANDREW 

PADGETT/ FAYE M 

REVELES/ R03ERT A . 

R0BIN3ON/ ERNEST FROM SEPT. 1 • 

SAAMS/ VIRGINIA M , 



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130 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. FLETCHER THOMPSON 

ASHWORTH, RICHARD A S13, 671-66 

BALDUS, PATRICIA M 4,681-20 

BURKITT, MORA K FROM SEPT. 1* 1,629.22 

CARDACI, FLORENCE T • 4,444-38 

DOKKA, GERRY C TO JULY 22 620-02 

HENSCHE, LE ANN R • • • 4,464-60 

MOOREi CHARLOTTE 4,681-20 

RICE, ROMAN K> III • 3,602-84 

RJSSELL, CONNIE J TC AUG. 31 > • 938.90 

SHELDON, JAMES D • '• • 4,974.96 

SMITH, SUSAN HARRIET FROM OCT. 1 i 1,577.20 

STECKBECK, GERTRUDE R 5,056.56 

SUTHERLAND, SHIRLEY 4,575.48 

TUCKER, SJSAN 3, 862.20 

OFFICE OF HON. VERNON W. THOMSON 

AUTH, KAREN M • • 3, 442.08 

DENNIS, WILLIAM J, JR 6,810.72 

FOLEY, JOSEPHINE F i 5,121-84 

GILLIGAN, JEAN W 8,909-64 

HALL, REED E TO AUG. 31 763-64 

HENRY, KERMIT F 1, 171-14 

LEE, ELLIS A 7,536.42 

PROSSER, CLIFFORD L, JR 839-28 

WEIDENKQPF, ALICE A • 8,649.66 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT 0» TIERNAN 

BLECLIC, JOAN MARIE t. • 3,044.88 

CLEMENT, EDWARD F •••• 10,593-36 

CONLEY, PATRICK T FROM JULY 1 2,089-58 

GILLOOLY, JOHN F FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 1,272-86 

HAGAN, WILLIAM, II 9,9l3-92 

KENNY, JOHN V •• 3,806-36 

MASTRONARDI, ANNA D ....i 4,877.04 

MCALLISTER, JOSEPHINE 5,170-80 

MCGOVERN, ROSALIND E t 7,060-02 

MEEHAN, DIANA W 4,347.36 

MOSCARELLO, DOLORES C 4,153-32 

MURPHY, ANNE G • ■ 5, 810-94 

SCANLON, ROBERT E FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC- 1 6,295-81 

OFFICE Of-" HON. JOHN V« TUNNEY 

ABBOTT, MITCHELL E FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 600.38 

BARNICLE, MICHAEL J • • 9,853.82 

CHARLTON, JANE M • • 3, 680.24 

DEUTSCH, STEPHEN SIMON FROM NOV" i 1,609.36 

FARLEY, JANET E FROM DEC- 1 t - 424.57 

GANDER, ELIZABETH H FROM NOV. 1 1,609-36 

GRIFFITH, T VINCENT • 13,671-66 

GUZ2ETTA, JOSEPH P FROM AUG- 1 TO AUG- 31 514.76 



131 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN V» TUNNEY 

HILL* JERRY COLIN S6,599«24 

HILLO, BOBBIE L FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 514.76 

JAKOBOWSKI, AMGELINE J ••• 6, 107.34 

JESSUP, ERNESTINE 2,968.56 

JOHNSON, CHERI ANN FROM NOV. 1 1,609.36 

KINCAOE, KAREN TO AUG. 31 • . 1,273.94 

POTTER, BETTY J 3,lo3«l4 

SCHRAUB, JOSEPH J FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 800.80 

SHINKWIN, MARY L 5,784.36 

SIS30N, BETTY LOU • 4,779.12 

TALIANI, ROSE MARY TO NOV. 30 2,122.85 

OFFICE OF HON. MORRIS K« UDALL 

BACCHUS, WILLIAM I FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 200.86 

BOUCHARD, BRUCE E FROM OCT. 1 555.78 

BRACY, TERRENCE L 10,563.06 

CAMERANESI, CHRISTINE P FROM JULY 1 t 4,250.34 

OORSOM, MITCHELL C TO JULY 31 •• 450.46 

HANNAN, JAMES B t • 1, 717.92 

HOLUB, HUGH A TO AUG. 31 •• 214.52 

JACKSON, DO. ORES A t .....c 4,616.14 

KAMM, LINDA HELLER t 2,715.42 

KELL, BONNIE C 5,909.76 

LANGSTON, LINDA M 4,844.40 

LEWIS, ROGER K 11,495.82 

OHARE, MARY V FROM DEC. 1 t 107.26 

OLSON, RICHARD C • 13,198.14 

PRAY, PRIOR . 3,762-54 

ROGERS, LORRAINE G . 3,5l7.70 

OFFICE OF HON. AL ULLMAN 

AHERN, ROBERT A FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 884.04 

AHERN, THERESA A FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 2,404.15 

ANDERSON, JANE COPELAND TO JULY 31 613.74 

BARNEY, DON 10,941.22 

CHAVEZ, AOELENE C 5,170.80 

CHERNIKDFF, BONNIE 4,877-04 

CONFORTI, PEGGY R 4,974.96 

COX, LOREN CHARLES FROM SEPT. 1 6,996.52 

HAIGHT, ISABELL M 2,469.28 

MANUEL, AUDREY K 6,752.58 

MEEK, PEGGY JANE , 4,541.40 

NEVILLE, PATRICIA J TO JULY 31 692»22 

POWELL, MARSHA 3,959.28 

ROSENBERG, GAIL S 4,250.34 

SCHUMACHER, DIANE FROM NOV. 1 381.86 

OFFICE OF HON. LIONEL VAN DEERLIN 

AKERSTEIN, WILLIAM J FROM JULY 1 i 2,155.90 

CULBERTSON, CAMDEN TO AUG- 31 •• 713.50 



132 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. LIONEL VAN DEERLIN 

GERTZOG, IR.JIN N FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 $1,431.56 

GRIFFIN, RUTH J 3,959.28 

KNIGHT, MONA D i 4,44<*'38 

MCLAREN, JOHN H 10,411.32 

MOORE, MARGARET W • • 6,960.36 

PFEIFFER, KAREN WYNE t 3,634.38 

PIENTA, LILLIAN L 2,236.26 

RHODES, ROBERT RAMON i • 10, 866. 48 

SMITH, SIEGMUND W 11,998.62 

STASZEWSKI, CAROL A 5,46*-56 

TOMPKINS, RAMONA L EROM OCT" 1 i 21*. 52 

OFFICE OF HON. 3UY VANDER JAGT 

ARTHURHULTZ, PHILLIP FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 •• 

CANTRELLi JEROME J 

FOX, JUDITH L TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 5 

GIB30M, JAMES F • 

GIBSON, NANCY L FROM SEPT. 1 

HUNTER, JOHM W FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 4 AND FROM DEC 1 

KNILL, BONNIE JEAN FROM OCT. 1 

MARTIN, SARAH M •••• • 

MCNAMARA, THOMAS J FROM OCT. 1 

MUDGE, ANN ELISE FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 2 

NAGELVOORT, BERNARD C • 

PAVLIC, JANE V 

RAYMOND, 3RJCE M • 

ROBERTS, MARGARET BRUCE FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 12 

ROBERTSON, SUSAN •• 

SIM3NS0M, RICHARD D FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

VANVOORST, CAROL FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

VEENSTRA, RICHARD D FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES A. VANIK 

DUBICK, LIBBY FROM DEC 1 

EDWARDS, PATRICIA 

FAULB, SUSAN FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT- 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 

GLADSTONE* MADELINE M FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

HALE, NORMA M 

HOFFMANN, MICHAEL J TO SEPT. 15 

ICOVE, DAVID J FROM JULY 1 TO AUG- 31 

JONES, SAMUEL CRAIG FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

KASELAK, JOSEPH E • 

KIERNAN, MAJREEN ANN FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

KONIGSBERG, RHODA S TO JULY 31 

KOSTECKI, WALTER A FROM DEC 1 t • 

MARCUS, NANCY ELLEN FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

RILEY, JOHN •• 

SIMONELLIi FREDERICK J FROM SEPT. 16 • 

STRAN3E, JAMES K FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES A. VANIK 



STRAN3E, JAMES KENNETH FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

1 TO SEPT. 30 

TALISMAN, MARK E . 

TERNANSKY, WILLIAM J FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

TOTH, NANCY ANN FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

VAUGHAN, WILLIAM K, JR •• • 

WESTMORELAND, NANCY FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

WYSOCKI, LAJRELIE • 

YOUNGBLOOD, VELMA T i 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH P. VIGORITO 

ATKINSON SARAH E . 

BARNHART, KAREN R i. 

CIANFLOCCO, CYNTHIA E FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

COLALUCA, THOMAS L FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

DEARBORN, HAZEL A FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

DONOVAN, PATRICIA J TO SEPT. 15 AND FROM OCT. 16 TO NOV. 

15 AND FROM DEC. 16 

ERDMAN, EVA TO JULY 15 AND FROM AUG. 16 TO SEPT. 

15 AND FROM OCT. 16 TO NOV. 15 AND 
FROM DEC 16 

FANONE, JOSEPH FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT- 31 

GRIFFITH, LINDA L FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

GUBA, GLORIA J FROM SEPT. 16 TO OCT. 15 

HOLLAND, ELIZABETH A FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

KURPIEWSKI, SYLVIA M • 

MONAGHAN, FRANCES T 

NOVAK, MARGARET E 

OUTRAKIS, GEORGE FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

PELADEAU, MARIUS B • 

QUINN, MARY HELEN FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

RICCIUTI, RONALEEN SUE TO JULY 31 

RICHARDS, ANNA L FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG" 31 

ROHA, THOMAS A FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 

16 TO DEC 15 

SKARICA, NATALIE FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 ., 

SPENCE, SUZANNE FROM JULY 16 TO OCT. 15 AND FROM SEPT. 

16 TO DEC 15 

TURNER, PAULINE M FROM DEC 1 i. 

WALSH, ELEANOR S 

WELCH, HELENE PATRICIA FROM DEC. 1 

WIESEN, THOMAS J FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM DEC 1 

OFFICE OF HON. JOE D. WAGGONNER, JR. 

ANDERSON, JANE C FROM NOV. 1 • 

BATT, DAVID L t 

BATT, JOYCE D 

BECKER, BENTON L • 

BOORAS, DAN C JR TO AUG. 31 •• 

CARNAHAN, JOAN BARBARA TO SEPT. 15 t • 

GIB30M, ETHEL FLORENE TO AUG. 31 



SI, 256.54 

13,566.41 

945.15 

565.67 

6,940.86 

690.87 

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134 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOE 0. WAGGONNER, JR. 

HOPPER* HATTIE S6, 461-76 

KENT, DAVID • 13,671*66 

KRAMER, CLAIRE R • • 1,451-88 

MCINERNEY, REBA M • 5,46*-56 

RUTHERFORD, JANICE 8 i 5,072-88 

THOMAS, BILLIE • 7,33*-94 

OFFICE OF HON. JEROME R- WALDIE 

BAINE, CHARLENE 2, 913.72 

BIANCALANA, LOLA M t • • 5,072-88 

COLARICH, MARCELLA B • 3,730.50 

CROSSLAND, MARLENE J • 3,4*2.08 

DEMAYO, SOPHIE FROM NOV. 15 1,070.67 

DUGAN, JANICE M • 3,168.72 

EVANS, ORDEAN 3,730.50 

FERGUSON, ERWIN A i 11,103*78 

LEWIS, MIRIAM ELIZABETH FROM JJLY 27 3,081.95 

LOWE, MARTHA M 3,442-08 

NEUMAN, ROBERT A • 7,85*-66 

OBRIEN, SHEILA M 3,885-12 

RJSSELL, MAJREEN R TO NOV. 15 3,259.59 

SCHREIBER, ANN F 11,103-78 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM C« WAMPLER 

DOTSON, JAMES RAY 10,3?0.30 

ENGLEHART, MARION E 5,268.72 

ENTLER, JJDY B 5,843.88 

FREEMAN, ISAAC S • - • 6, 893-82 

GILLENWATER, MARTHA J FROM AJG- 1 1,603-67 

GILLESPIE, DONALD M » ••• - 5,072-88 

HASHBARGER, JEANNIE C TO SEPT. 13 929-09 

HESS, PHYLLIS R t 5,072-88 

LAMBERT, SLENDA A FROM SEPT- 1 • 1,361-82 

LINDAMOOD, 30RD0N W 4,444-38 

MINNICK, NANCY LEIGH 5,301-36 

RASNICK, MYRNA C 5,072-88 

ZAPERT, THERESA M • 6,337.92 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN WARE 

DESMOND, JAMES L FROM DEC- 1 139.88 

GRAFTON, HARRY C, JR FROM NOV- 4 i 3,926.74 

HUDGINS, VIRGINIA S FROM NOV. 4 • 3,622«l6 

PITT, THOMAS A FROM NOV. 4 • 1,560.40 

RAMSEY, S JEAN FROM NOV. 4 • 1,085.36 

SCATTERGOOD, ANN R FROM NOV. 4 l,90*-04 

SPEAKMAN, JAMES D FROM NOV. 4 2,842-62 

WEAVER, SALLIE K FROM NOV- 4 t 4,557-22 



135 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. 3. ROBERT WATKINS 

DESMOND/ JAMES L TO NOV. 3 • S573.51 

GRAFTON, HARRY C, JR TO NOV. 3 7,853-48 

HUDGINS, VIRGINIA S TO NOV- 3 7,244.32 

PAIGE, MARGARET A TO SEPT. 30 1,290.96 

pitt, Thomas a to nov. 3 3, 120. so 

RAMSEY, S JEAN TO NOV. 3 ••• 2,170.72 

SCATTERGOOD, ANN R TO NOV. 3 • -. • 3,808.08 

SPEAKMAN, JAMES D TO NOV. 3 • -. 5, 685. 24 

WEAVER, PAMELA LYNN TO SEPT. 30 1,294.41 

WEAVER, SALLIE K TO NOV. 3 9,114.44 

OFFICE OF HON. ALBERT W. WATSON 

BLACK, KENNETH L 9,412.12 

CASE, KATHLEEN MARIE FROM JULY 1 • 2,994.15 

COOK, WILLIAM A t 13,671.66 

ELLIS, VIRGINIA L TO AUG. 31 -i • 1,352.10 

FALLAW, BESSIE S 5,975.63 

JOHNSON, MARY EVELYN 1,824.45 

KENNISON, MELANIE J 3,081-30 

KNIGHT, EDWARD BERT, III TO AUG. 20 «, • 684.60 

NORTON, DONNA K 5,159.92 

POWELL, CHESSYE B 3,211.45 

TIESER, CAROLYN C TO JULY 5 95.61 

VIRDIN, MARY E S • 6,856-54 

WRIGHT, LILLIAN C 5, 105.52 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN C. WATTS 

BANE, CORA C 11,549.64 

BROWN, MARY LOUISE FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 763-64 

HALLEY, ELlNORE A 5,679.18 

HENDERSON, NANCY 1 10,138.26 

HERIOT, LORENE E 6,337.92 

HURTIG, ARLENE H 5,072.88 

LEONARD, WILLIE M 2,664.78 

MORRIS, JAMES N 8,098.98 

RAVEL, BETTIE 7,595.22 

OFFICE OF HON. LOWELL P- WEICKER, JR. 

BROADBIN, MARGARET M 4,007.76 

BROSNIHAN, VIRGINIA F TO DEC 18 4,673*76 

BURNS, PAULINE R 4,811.76 

CHAPMAN, CHRISTINE M TO DEC" 4 2,786.47 

CORICA, AGOSTINO FROM JULY 1 • 4,088.64 

FUCHS, GREGORY W FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 29 648.30 

GROENNINGS, SUZANNE 3,959.28 

HARPER, HAMILTON D, JR FROM DEC- 19 333.84 

HEMINGWAY, MARGARET FROM DEC" 16 493.17 

HERREMA, R03ERT L • 9,392-58 

HOLBECK, LINDA B FROM SEPT- 1 2,639-52 

LEMOAL, EDMOND J, JR FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 29 648.30 



136 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. LOWELL P« WEICKER, JR. 

PLEINESS, LINDA R S3, 959.28 

PRICE, HENRY J, JR i 10,790.64 

RICHTER, JEANNE B i..... 3,596.17 

ROSENTHAL; GAIL FROM DEC 5 t 433.75 

SMIRNOFF, BARRY E FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 703-00 

TROTTER, HUNTER SCOTT TO JULY 21 •■ 492.10 

ULICNY, ANDREA B •••• • 6,140.28 

WEISBROO, HANNO C FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 3,452.16 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES W. WHALEN, JR. 

DABNEY, ROSE F 

EXELROD, IRIS TO JULY 12 •• 

FRANK, ALFRED S, JR !•• 

GARBER, LYNN • ■ 

HENTZ, HARRIET L TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 5 

LOWREY, GEORGE M 

MARKS, RICHARD A FROM DEC" 1 • 

MILES, BEVERLY ANN FROM SEPT. 1 

MOONEY, PATRICIA A 

RENDON, MARTIN STEPHEN TO AUG. 31 

REYNOLDS, HOPE E 

SHANKS, CHRISTINE C FROM JULY 1 

STEED, NANCY L TO AUG. 31 

STEPONKUS, WILLIAM P .. t .. 

SUTTMANN, PATRICIA A FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 15 • 

WIEDMAN, WANDA L ••• 

OFFICE OF HON. J. IRVING WHALLEY 

BECK, VICTORY S TO NOV. 30 «i 4,08^.60 

COLLARYj D R03ERT TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 2,847.42 

CUSTER, CLAREMCE FROM JJLY 1 TO AUG. 16 891-93 

DESHAY, J D 6,752'58 

ENCE, RONALD K 7,402.08 

FIELDS, MYRA J FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 65 0.44 

FULLER, PAUL E TO JULY 31 49*»76 

GLESSNER, MARJORIE S TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 

30 AND FROM DEC 1 1,602.70 

HOWARD, LEONARD, JR FROM AUG. 1 4,118.60 

KOGUT, JULIA W 9,007.08 

LESKO, GILDA L • i 7,444.08 

POTTER, MADELYN M FROM OCT" 1 TO OCT. 31 fe5 0.44 

RAIA, VICTOR T FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 2,508.98 

SEESE, JUDITH •••• 2,072.10 

SWARTZ, LAURA C 4,689.36 

TROXELL, D HAROLD FROM AJG. 17 • 3,6?4.61 

ZIANTS, JOHN F 4,885.20 

ZYGMUNT, VICTORIA H TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 1 4,008.17 



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137 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD C WHITE 

ARMSTRONG* SARAH V • S5,l?7.28 

BRYSON, M CONREY 8,752.59 

BURTON* IRENE 6,799.69 

DAFFRON, JESSE L FROM AUG. 1 4,847.93 

FIERRO, ENRIOUETA G • 4,627.11 

GIOLITO, CAROLYN H 6,558.68 

G0N2ALEZ, ALEXANDER R 3,234.39 

JAMES, BETTIE J 5,3l5.29 

L0H3ECK, <URT TO JULY 31 1,445.67 

LORING, TONDRIA FROM AUG. 21 • 2,880.01 

POAGE, ALLAN L • 2,852-68 

POTTER, BAR3ARA J 4,570.39 

TIPTON, PAUL S 5,534.95 

WYMAN, BERRIEN B TO AUG. 20 1,106.53 

OFFICE OF HON. G. WILLIAM WHITEHURST 

ABERCROMBIE, KATHRYN R 4, 681*20 

BRASWELL, VAN P TO SEPT. 30 1,501-44 

DRA30, CHARLES G 8,684.70 

FOX, JANET M FROM NOV. 23 TO NOV. 30 133.46 

HYATT, MARY BETH i 4,748.34 

KABLER, JAMES H, III TO AUG. 31 915.70 

03RIEN, MARY K FROM DEC' 1 708.39 

POWELL, VICTOR D • 9, 015.24 

SHAFFER, 3WENDLYN G FROM UULY 1 t 5,028.00 

SILLS, HILARY TO AUG. 30 1,036.82 

SNELLINGS, COURTENAY M FROM SEPT. 1 2,451.80 

STAFFORD, ROSEMARY J 6,008.58 

THOMPSON, R BURNETT 13,671.66 

WASHERMAN, VERENA C 3,862-20 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMIE L« WHITTEN 

BISHOP, BERNICE H TO NOV. 30 614.30 

BISHOP, MARION F 12,478.26 

BROWN, KATHLEEN B • 3,959.28 

DJKE, LEONARD C ' 1,663-98 

ELLIOTT, BENTON W 3,819-52 

GODWIN, EVELYN P 4,606-08 

HUGHES, MORELLA K , 2,181-54 

JOHNSON, VIRGINIA S 6,304-98 

MAGLIETTA, LORETTA L - 4,606.08 

MULLEN, CATHERINE 2,423.16 

PARKHURST, SHERYL ANN 3,762-54 

WATSON, ANN T 11,018.77 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM B. WIDNALL 

ASCHENDORFF, MURIEL « 5,268-72 

FIELDS, JOAMNE S TO SEPT- 22 335-82 

GASTON, SARAH J 5,223-42 

MCDONOUGH, VIRGINIA M t. 8,172.94 



138 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM 5. WIDNALL 



MILNES, MARGARET M 

REINHOLD, CARL • • 

SHAY, BEVERLY J • 

WASHINGTON, SAMUEL A 10 SEPT. 15 

WEAVER, BETTY A 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES E. WIGGINS 

BAKER, S0ND3A L 

CASTRO, FORTUNATO 

DRESSEN, JANE B • 

DUR:h, WILLIAM J FROM SEPT. 14 

FLORES, ARTHUR TO JULY 31 •• 

HAMMOND, JUDY FROM SEPT. 1 

HAYOEN, HELEN E FROM AJG. 1 

KANGAS, VALERIE E 

LANCASTER, WILLIAM H 

LIEBERG, GLADYS MAY • 

RAE, BETTY JANE TO AUG. 2 ••. 

ROWLAND, JPATRICK 

SCOTT, DOJGLAS ALBERT FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 .... 

TALKINGTON, MARYLEE • 

TURMALA, JEAN T 

WALT, ELEANORE D FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 .... 

WEAVER, MARY LAURA FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 .... 

OFFICE OF HON. LAWRENCE G. WILLIAMS 

DITZLER, CAROL A t 

ELLIS, VIRGINIA L 

GARLAND, ELAINE TO AUG. It 

NOBLE, IRENE E 

NOCITO, COLLEEN • 

PURKEY, PATRICIA A i 

RUTHRAUFF, RAYMOND W • 

SCALONE, CHARLES M 

SIEGRIST, ROBERT R 

VANPRAAGH, BERYL •••• • 

WIE3MAN, ANITA W » 

WINTHER, PHILLIP P • i ' 

YANKOSKI, JOSEPH •• 

OFFICE OF HON. BOB WILSON 

BURNETT, ELIZABETH A TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC. 5 

BURWELL, 9EULAH M , 

CARROLL, ARLENE R . 

HALL, JOELLE K ' 

HEATH, KAREN S i 

LYNCH, LOJISE ' 

NASH, ELLEN FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 8 .... 

ODONNELL, MARJORIE c 

PARHAM, CATHERINE C •• , 



$5, 734.02 
8, 899* 18 

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1, 251.20 

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139 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. BOB WILSON 

ROBERTS* JAMES ARTHUR FROM JJLY 1 TC AUG. 16 S69C.70 

SARGENT/ WILLIAM K FROM DEC- 1 • 700-30 

TSOMPANAS/ PAUL L • 13/671-66 

YOUNG, MARGARET M t 10/118-34 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES H. WILSON 

ALEXANDER/ RUTH FROM SEPT. 1 ' 1/132.12 

CAREY/ ROBERT H • 5,464.56 

DAVENPORT/ RUBY B • • • 4,942-32 

FORDIANI/ ROBERT «... •• 9,359.64 

GODWIN/ JACQUELYN P FROM JULY 1 • 3/666.42 

LAMOTHE, JEROME TO AUG. 31 1/168.72 

LECESNE/ ALFRED H/ SR TO SEPT. 30 1/4F4.28 

MONTESI/ ANNA LEE • 5/464-56 

MUR°HY/ NORMA MARY • 8/140.92 

OFFEN/ NEIL HARVEY 8/107.32 

SIMON/ DIANE A , 3/602-28 

TIPPETT/ LA DONNA MARY 3/666.42 

WHALEN/ THOMAS J 5/894.42 

OFFICE OF HON. LARRY WINN/ JR. 

BITTER/ LYDIA C 7,94l«53 

BOND/ RICHARD L 13/671-66 

BRIER/ MARSHALL W/ II 8/553*53 

ELDER/ NAN ORR t 4, 851-20 

HOLMES/ JEAN TROTTER 4,211.27 

JOHANNSEN, PE3GY ANN 3/8?9.86 

MERRITT/ GILBERT R 5/572'14 

MERRITT/ JOYCE TO DEC- 19 2,836.05 

NELSON, STEPHEN TO SEPT. 30 . 784.98 

OWSLEY/ AUTUMN ELLEN FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG» 23 306.97 

ROWE, LOU ANN 4,705.68 

SZULSKI/ MARY ANN 3, 805.62 

WULFKUHLE, KAREN TO JULY 31 37*«99 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN WOLD 

BALDWIN, DOJGLAS TO DEC- 13 12/380.45 

BROWN, ROBERT 4,203«98 

FROEHLKE, JEAN M TO AUG. 14 440.19 

GOLDMAN, SHARON A 3,002.88 

HASTINGS/ MAR30T 8 5/629.74 

JENKINS/ CARLA S • 5/885.04 

KERVIN/ PAMELA A FROM AUG. 30 1/778.58 

LANG/ LINDA K TO DEC 18 3, 681.99 

MOELLER/ R03ERT G 5/252.03 

NAU, SUZETTE B • 3,959-28 

PALMER, DAVID A , 6/189-72 

PAVKOvICH/ VIOLET 7,486-08 

SJOGREN, SANDRA TO NOV- 30 2,210.10 

VELOUS, MARY C FROM DEC- 1 400-40 



53-476 O - 71 - 10 



140 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. LESTER L • WOLFF 

ARONSON, JEANNE R FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 Si, 401*36 

CARSON EVELYN K 9,45*>*10 

CHASSIN, PAMELA SUE FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 500*<*8 

DEMESQUITA, JEAN B 6,195*54 

DRIBBEN, ELIZABETH J i 4,347.36 

GOLDEN, RHODA t.. 1,795.08 

HICKMAN, WILLIAM R, JR FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 2,467.47 

KIMBALL, AL3ERT F 7, 119.21 

MILLER, GLORIA • • 8,968.56 

PASTER, HOWARD G ....i 8,5ll«96 

ROBINSON, BONNIE R 3,887.81 

SALOMONE, MICHAEL J PROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 SiSO^'SS 

THOMSON, SOOK P • • • 5,025.28 

THOMSON, W CAMPBELL • 5,365.56 

OFFICE OF HON. JIM WRIGHT 

BIARD, DOROTHY A • 5,268.72 

BODIFDRD, JAMIE LEIGH TC JULY 10 *t 263*69 

BODIFDRD, JIMMIE LEE 6,88*t*55 

BYBEE, MARTHA N • 4,222.82 

EDMONDSON, JAMES E TO SEPT. 30 1,446.33 

GEE, PATSY MARIE PROM OCT. 1 i 1, 351-38 

GREEN, ALICE LYNN FROM JULY 11 TO AUG. 21 1, 081.15 

HAY, BETTY TO AUG. 31 «i 2,187.16 

LENIHAN, NANCY 9 4,242.24 

LYNAM, MARSHALL L 13,346.14 

MIDDLETON, DON R i • 5,072-88 

MITCHELL, KATHERINE G 6,860.58 

PERRY, PATRICIA A i 3,628.86 

SHOSID, JOE L • 7,435.68 

VANDEVANTER, JEAN FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 15 481-50 

OFFICE OF HON. WENDELL WYATT 

CARLSON, LOJISE • 10j059*»» 

HEDGES, VIRGINIA M 4,250.34 

HENNIGE, LUCILLE M 4,54l.t0 

HOYT, CHARLES T t 10*39*»«39 

JEPSEN, DONALD C 8,68**«05 

KEMP, L STANLEY • • 13,671*66 

KUGLER, GENE ANNE FROM DEC* 1 • * 607.06 

PEARSE, ALBERTA M 5,810.94 

SEEBORG, HANNAH • 643*56 

SOUDERS, GENE T TO AUG. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 531*66 

STEPHENS, LUCILLE MAE » 3,862*20 

TARBELL, JAMES FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 330.80 

TILLINGHAST, ESTHER 5,52l*»7 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN W. WYDLER 

DAVIS, GLORIA J 

EALES, ANNE BRUNNER FROM OCT' 1 i 

FIELDS/ FRANK FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

GOERTLER, JOHN L • 

HAMILTON, GENE M FROM OCT. 1 i 

HOPPEL, ELIZABETH D • 

JOHNSON, VIRGINIA FROM NOV. 16 TO NOV. 30 

KEANE, MAUREEN H FROM NOV. 15 

MALM, PIA TO SEPT. 30 t 

NAGEL, N 3 • 

PERSHING, GLORIA I i 

POLK, JOYCE D TO NOV. 13 

PORTER, ARIANNA i 

REILLY, HELEN M 

RICE, ELIZABETH P FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 14 

RUBENFELD, HENRIETTA • 

SOLARI, MARY V FROM JJLY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM DEC 1 

OFFICE OF HON. CHALMERS P. WYLIE 

BARRACK, 3EVERLY ANN i 4,242.24 

FELL, CAROLYN MAE • 3,307.08 

FOULK, JACK M t 8,563*05 

HJDSON, NINA i 3,002»88 

MASON, RUTH ANN 4,656.72 

PROUTY, PERRIE LEE 3,975.42 

WARTHEN, MAUREEN A FROM AUG- 1 TO NOV. 30 2,332.12 

WEBSTER, RUTH N 4,656.72 

WEGNER, CHARLES W, JR • 6,090.30 

WEHMER, PAMELA ANN • 3, 610. 32 

OFFICE OF HON. LOUIS C WYMAN 

AMADON, JEANNE FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

BENNETT, CARO A t 

DICKINSON, DOROTHEA 

HARRANT, JOHN D i.> • 

HOYT, NORA MAE FROM DEC. 1 •• 

KARKAVELAS, PAUL G FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 

LANE, JEWEL R TO OCT. 31 

LARIS3N, KAREN D FROM DEC" 1 t 

LEFFLER, MICHELLE i 

MARTIN, HELEN B 

MCDOWELL, MELISSA H FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

MILLER, DOROTHY L FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

OLIVIER, CHARLES J FROM DEC 1 • 

ONEIL, ELIZABETH C FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

PACKARD, NORMAN A 

PEASE, ALLEN G • 

SCHIAPPA, GERARD F i 

THORNHILL, MARY ANN 

WHITTLESEY, LYNN S FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 





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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. SIDNEY R. YATES 

BAIN, MARY ANDERSON $11,998.62 

BERGAN, HAROLD TO AUG. 31 • . 2, 218.96 

BREWER, JUDITH F •• i. 5,30l«36 

KINZER, PHYLLIS C FROM DEC 1 663.92 

LEVA, LLOYD ROSE FROM NOV. 1 t 911.05 

MANIKAS, PETER 1 3,602-28 

MANSBACHER, URSULA 3,959.28 

MOORHOUS, MARGARET H • 7,662*36 

NADLIN, EDNA A 4,974.96 

NOGJCHI, 3ETTY M TO SEPT. 8 AND FROM DEC. 1 3,056.10 

SCHNITZ, T JANET FROM JULY 5 835.66 

SIMON, SCOTT FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 4 1,0?0.78 

STUART, ETHEL P 3,8l3.72 

WOLF, NEAL LLOYD FROM SEPT. 1 2,40l«52 

OFFICE OF HON. 3US YATRON 



ANDRUSCAVAGE, ALFRED F FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 
BROWNE, SALLY JANE ' 



CAMNER, ELLEN M FROM JULY 14 

COLEMAN, CHARLES B FROM OCT- 1 i 

DEYSHER, FLORENCE V TO JULY 15 • I 

DIBLASI, SAMUEL TO JULY 31 >i 

GEMMELL, JOSEPH P i 

HAHN, JENNIFER L TO JULY 31 »i 

MOSS, SUSAN A FROM SEPT. 1 

N0VIN3, JOANNE PAULK FROM JULY 27 

PAULL, GEORGE i 

RADESKY, KATHY M FROM AJG» 1 i 

SABELLA, ANITA D TO JULY 31 -i 

SAUERS, LOUIS M i 

SCHLOSSER, ALLAN D i 

STEVENS, VERONICA T •••• i 



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OFFICE OF HON. JOHN YOUNG 

FISHER, NANCY RUTH t 5,799.92 

FRY, PHILOMENA C • 7,922>64 

GARDNER, COLLEEN E t • 4, 912-14 

HAGAN, FRANCES B FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 • 1,000.96 

HUGHES, GAIL F 4,403.97 

KIRBY, PETER » TO AUG. 31 2,652.08 

MASUR, SHURLEY it 4,379.70 

MCADAMS, HARRY E • 13,671.66 

NELSON, NAOMI M FROM DEC. 1 i 657.18 

ONEIL, DOREEN i 7,427.28 

YRUEGAS, GLORIA 5, 081*04 

OFFICE OF HON. CLEMENT J. ZABLOCKI 

BENNETT, MERLE L 3,538.20 

BERDES, GEORGE R • 10,922.33 

CONNOR, INEZ E i 3, 862.20 



143 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CLEMENT J. 2ABLOCKI 

GOODMAN, MARGARET G TO AUG* 7 $727.30 

HOUGE, LINDA SUE i 5, 613-24 

JACOBY, PATRICIA ANN i 2,191.58 

MARSHALL, DIANNE DAHL 3,862.20 

N0RRIS, CHARLOTTE N 7,737.96 

PATTON, JEANNE M FROM DEC 19 201-05 

SHAW, JUDITH A 4,153.32 

SXIERAWSKI, JANIS A t 4, 007.76 

W0ZIN3KI, L£0>JNE D t 3,345.96 

OFFICE OF HON. ROGER H. ZION 

BECKER, SARAH R FROM OCT. 1 i • 

BELL, BELDEN HILL 

BIGGS, MURIEL I TO NOV. 30 

COOPER, HARRY A ,... 

COOPER, MARK F FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

DAVIDSON, KERRY THEANE TO JULY 31 

FOERTSCH, SJZANNE FROM AUG. 6 TO SEPT. 15 

GRUNDMAN, MARK E FROM AJG. 1 TO SEPT. 15 

HARRIS, MARY ANGELA 

JUNK, ROBERT C 

KLASSY, TERESA L TO AUG. 10 • 

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WEITZEL, STEPHAN EARL FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN M. ZWACH 

ALBRECHT, RICHARD J TO NOV. 30 536.30 

CARRO.L, MARGARET M 4,738.32 

DEUTZ, GLENN G TO AUG. 31 381-86 

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OFFICE OF THE SPEAKER 

DROTOS, BERTHA 
EAGAR, MARY KATHLEEN 
FORRY, KATHLEEN 
HARTREY, JAMES V 
JENKINS, RICHARD E, v 
MONAHAN, JOHN LEO 
OBRIEN, ROBERT M 
OKEEFE, ARTHUR J 
PARGAMENT, EOYTHE A 
TOLSON, EARL E 



OFFICE OF THE PARLIAMENTARIAN 

BROWN, WILLIAM H, JR 
COCHRANE, WILLIAM P 
DESCHLER, LEWIS 
JOHNSON, CHARLES W, III 
METZGER, JOSEPH F 



COMPILATION 0? PRECEDENTS 
EDDY, JOAN D 

CHAPLAIN 

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OFFICE OF THE CLERK 

ADAMS, WILLIAM THOMAS 
ALLEN, BARBARA W 
ALLEN, PETER H 
ALLEN, ROBERT E 
ALLISON, FRANCES S 
ANDERSON, HARRY P 
ANGLIN, BYRON C 

ANNETT, ANNE DILKS 
ARBOGAST, JAC3UELINE 

AYER, STANLEY H 
BATTLE, HARRY 
BATTLE, THOMAS 
BEITEL, MARCEL L 
BELL, EDWARD G 
BERRY, AMANDA E 
BERRY, R03ERT E 
BEVILL, SUSAN BETTS 
BLEVINS, RODNEY T 
BODINE, FREDERICK H 
BOUCHARD, CATHERINE A 
BOYCE, MADISON F 



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OFFICE OF THE CLERK 



BRANCH* WILLIAM E* JR 
BRAZEAL* DAVID L 

BREECE* KATIE K 
BRENNAN* MARGARET E 
BROOKS* JERRIE LOUISE 
BRUSSO* MARGARET C 
BULLINGTON* MARY A 
BURKHOLDER* BETTY JANE 
BURKS* GE3R3E M 
BUSH* CLEVELAND 



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COOPER* RAYMOND DEVON 
COOPER* WENDELL H 
COPENHAVER* ROGER D 
CORBIN* ALVIN L* JR 

COWDEN* MARIE ANNE 
CRAM* JANE 
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DENDY* DEENA EVANS 
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HENY* MICHAEL* JR 
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HIR3CHFELD, ERNST 
HITZ, DIANE 
HOLLIDAY, WILLIE 

HOPE, ROBERT E 
HOYE, FRANCIS P 
HUESTER, BETTE W 
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MCNULTY, ANTHONY A 
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MELVIN, GARFIELD D 
MENDENHALL, EMMA C 



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STOCK CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 AND 
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CARPENTER (PLUS KEY), TO JUL* 31 

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MILES, CATHERINE J 
MILLER, JAMES R 
MINNIX, WARREM E 
MITCHELL, ARLEN V 
MOAKLER, MARY D 
MOLLOY, JAMES T 
MONMETT, LARRY EDWARD 
MOODY, WILLIAM C 
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SON, G 



KANIE 
ON C 
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RD W 
IA 
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AEL E 
LOUIS 

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3ERT T 
WE E 
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RICK R 
T R 

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KAY 
HERBERT, . 
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ANN F 

LAWRENCE 
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P STEPHEN 
EORGE H 



BOOKKEEPER • 

REPAIRMAN-AUTOMATIC TYPE 

ASST JOURNAL CLERK INDEXER MIN 

CHIEF-ACCOUNTS UNIT 

CLERK- TELE RHONE 

CHIEF-FINANCE OFFICE • 

LABORER, FROM DEC 1 

DT RECTOR 

VOUCHER CLERK, FROM OCTt 1 

REPRMN SUPR PROP SUP (CLERK), TO JULY 

31 

CHIEF, LIBRARY-DOCUMENT ROOM 

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN, TO OCT. 31 AND 
ASSISTANT TALLY CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 ... 
TYPEWRITER REPAIRMAN, FROM OCT. 5 TO 
OCT. 31 AND REPAIRMAN-ELECTRIC 

TYPEWRITER, FROM NOV. 1 

CABINETMAKER 

LABOR FOREMAN • 

LABORER, TO AUG. 31 

CLERK i i 

MESSENGER 

REPAIRMAN, TO OCT. 31 AND TYPEWRITER 

REPAIRMAN, FROM NOV. 1 

LABORER • • • 

INVENTORY CONTROL CLK-CLERK 

FINISHERS HELPER •• 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR • 

FILE CLERK, LIB-DOC ROOM 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, TO NOV. 23 , 

LABORER 

ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN, FROM SEPT. 1 . 

LABORER 

SALES CLERK, TO JULV 31 

LABORER ■ 

STOCK CLERK PROP SUP CLERK 

SALES CLERK 

MANAGER INVENTORY CONTROL < 

SALES CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR 

ASST- DISBURSING CLERK i 

CHIEF 

LABORATORY TECHNICIAN 

FOREMAN-CABINET SHOP .....< 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR i 

SECRETARY 

AUDIT CLERK t , 

ASSISTANT CHIEF-PROP. SUPPLY , 

SECRETARY PARKING COMM i 

AUDIO SPECIALIST 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR 

SUPERVISOR ADMINISTRATIVE DIV , 

CARPET LAYERj FROM DEC. 7 

MESSENGER • • t 

CLERK (TEMP EMPLI, TO SEPT. 8 , 

LABORER . • • • » i 



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4, 815. 93 
4,972.51 
7,226.52 
4,041.72 

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532.25 

8,097. 12 

1, 838.67 

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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 



OFFICE OF THE CLERK 



RICHARD 

RICHMON 

RIDGELL 

ROBBINS 

ROUMEL, 

RUBLE* 

RUCCHIO 

RUIT, T 

SARTORI 

SCHAEFL 

SCHROED 

SCOTT, 

SEPESY, 

SHERMAN 

SHIPLEY 

SMITH, 

SMITH, 

SMITH, 

SMITH, 

SNOAD, 

SNOW, W 

STALLIN 

STCLAIR 

STEPHEN 

STEPHEN 

STERLIN 

STOFEL, 

SWANN, 

SWIFT, 

TAYLOR, 

THOMAS, 

THOMAS, 

TOLIVER 

TOMANIO 



SO^, JAMES B 

D, THOMAS J 
, LIONEL B 

, MEIL K 

ANGELINA 
CARL R 
, ROSEMARY 
HOMAS 
, JOAN ANN 

E, CAROLINE R 
ER, WALTER F 
WILSON M 

RICHARD F 
, GRAHAM D 
, JOHN RUSSELL 
JAMES RALPH 
JOHN F 
KATHRYN A 
M KENNETH 
CHARLES W 
ILLIAM DONALD 
GS, JOSEPH HENRY 
, MOAH M 
SON, HOWARD B 
SO^, JAMES W 
G, CHARLES W, 

OWEN 
HENRY L 
BEATRICE M 

AVON 

EDWARD A 

LEE 
, JAMES 
, MICHAEL 



JR 



TREAS 
UPFOL 
VANN, 
VASS, 
VINCE 
WALKE 
WALLA 
WAN AM 
WARLE 
WEAVE 
WEED, 
WEGNE 
WELLM 
WHEAT 
WHITA 
WHITE 
WILEY 
WILLE 
WILLI 
WILLI 
WILLI 



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CHRIS 

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WALTE 

WARD 

ENRY M 

CHARL 

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JEANET 

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S, JAM 

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SO^J, E 



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JOHN 

ES THOMAS 

HAROLD 

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LIA V 

K J 

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RECORD CLERK 

CLERK- MESSENGER 

FOREMAN-FINISHING SHOP 

CHIEF-ENGINEERING SECTION 

PAYROLL CLERK i 

ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS CLERK i 

ASST FOPMAN 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, FROM AUG- 1 ..... 

SENIOR PAYROLL CLERK , 

CLERK (TEMP EMPI, TO SEPT. 2 , 

CAMERAMAN • • i i 

CABINETMAKER i 

REPAIRMAN, TO SEPT. 25 , 

UPHOLSTERER • i 

LEADING MAN i 

LABORER 

PROGRAMMER, FROM JULY 13 

PAPER 5 PRINTING CLERK , 

AUDIT CLERK 

UPHOLSTERER • i 

STENOGRAPHER (TEMP EMP), TO AUG. 31 , 

PROGRAMMER, FROM OCT. 1 

UPHOLSTERER i • • i 

FOREMAN-UPHOLSTERY SHOP 

REPAIRMAN-OFF EQP. (CLERK) 

ELECTRONICS TECH, H .REC • STUDI 

LABORER . . • . , 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR 

LABORER, FROM JULY 1 

HELPER UPHOLSTERY SHOP CLERK ..< 

ASSISTANT JOURNAL CLERK (MIN) 

HELPER CABINET SHOP CLERK .., 

SR PROGRAMMER & SYST ANALYST, TO OCT. 

31 AND FROM NOV. 5 

ASSISTANT TO BILL CLERK 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR 

LEADING MAN 

ACCOUNTS CLERK ■ 

CARPENTER • i 

CHIEF, PRODUCTION SEC 

LABORER .. •• , 

CLERK 

LABORER, TO OCT. 17 

UPHOLSTERER 

CARPENTER, FROM AUG. 1 

APPRENTICE, FROM OCT. 1 

MESSENGER 

LABORER 

FILE CLERK, TO OCT. 31 i 

CLERK (TEMP EMPL), TO AUG. 21 

PERSONNEL CLERK • 

ASSISTANT UPHOLSTERER 

STOCK CLERK • 

FILE CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 

SENIOR PERSONNEL CLERK 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 



OFFICE OF THE CLERK 

WILLS* HAROLD JOSEPH 
WISE* THOMAS CLAYTON 

WOHL* PAUL 
WOODWARD* WILLIAM R 
WRIGHT* PATRICIA KAY 
YOUNG* HELEN C 
YOUNG* RAY M 



MASTERLOCKSMTH PROP SUP CLERK . ... 
STOCK CLERK* TO NOV. 17 AND SALES 



18 



CLERK* FROM NOV. 

LEGAL COUNSEL 

REPAIRMAN-OFF EQUP (CLERK) ... 
CLERK (TEMP EMPL)* TO AUG. 17 
ASST CHIEF TELEPHONE OPERATOR 
PURCHASING CLERK 



$5*222.52 

3*353.77 
11**03.24 
4*9?7.48 
833.44 
5*568.00 
7,683.30 



OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS 



A3ERNATHY* GILBERT H 
AKERS* JAMES EDWARD 
ALCORN* PAUL "AY 
ALEXANDER* DONALD E 
ALVAREZ* DAVID A 
ALVAREZ* JESSE J 
ANDERSON* CHARLIE 
ANDREWS* HIRAM E* III 
ARCARO* JEROME S 
ARCH* DENNIS J 
ARDOIN* RICHARD A 
ARRINGTON* ANDREW J* JP 
BACKMAN* SAMMY LEON 
BAILEY* GLYN FRANKLIN 
BARTRAM* FRED VERNON 
BEHRENS* WALTER J 
BELL* HERBERT MILO* JR 
BELL* LEWIS W 
BENNETTE* LAVAN T 
BERMAN* RONALD L 
BLAKE* CALVIN J 
BOCK* HANS E 
BOND* GEORGE H 
BOROWSKI* MICHAEL A 
BOSWELL* WILLIAM C 
BOWERS* ALLEN PRICE 
BOWLING* BENJAMIN F 
BOYER* JAMES H 
BRIERLY* LEE ALVA 
BRI3GS* JAMES E 
BROOKS* BARRY L 
BROWN* FRANCIS C 
BROWN* HENRY* JR 
BRYANT* WILLIAM B* SR 
BUCKLEY* DESALES H 
BURGESS* L MICHAEL 
BURKHEAD* KENNETH L 
BUSTER* THEODORE J 
BUTLER* MELVIN JEROME 
CAGIGAS* JAIME J 
CAMPBELL* HARRY R 
CARPENTER* HENRY L 
CARVER* GEORGE BRYAN 
CASE* FRANK H* III 



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PRIVATE ' 

PRIVATE* FROM JULY 1 i 

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151 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS 



CHANDLER; 
CHELF, FR 
CHEW, JOH 
CHRISTI AN 
CHRISTI AN 
CLEM, JOH 
CLINE, WI 
CLINTON, 
COLINET, 
CONDON, P 
COOPER, L 
CORSETTI, 
COSGROVE, 
CROWELL, 
CULMER, C 
CUNNINGHA 
CURLEY, J 
CURRY, DA 
DAMERON, 
DANIELS, 
DANIELS, 
DAVIS, HA 
DAVIS, HU 
DAVIS, JE 
DELUCCA, 
DEMING, J 
D0B3S, WI 
DODSON, G 
DONMELLY, 
DORFMAN, 
DOSS, HOR 
DOUGHERTY 
DOWELL, R 
DOWNES, J 
DOYLE, JO 
DUBROWA, 
DUFFY, RO 
DUNLA", N 
DUNN, ART 
DUREKA, A 
EADES, RO 
EADES, RO 
EATON, CH 
EDL, ERWI 
EDWARDS, 
ELLIOTT, 
ESCALADA, 
ESTES, JA 
EUILL, JO 
EVANS, RO 



JESSE S 
ANK, JR 
N L, JR 
, DAVID 
, JOHN J 
N HENRY, 
LLIE PAU 
<ERMIT H 
DOMINICK 
AUL F, J 
EON C 

STEVAN 

PHILIP 
3ETTINA 
ALVIN 
M, JAMES 
OHN OTIS 
VID A 
JAMES GA 
CARLSON 
JOHN E 
RO.D G 
GH F 

RRY LERO 
JOHN J 
OH^J H 
LLIAM MA 
EORGE A 

CORNELI 
LOJIS E 
ACE SEAY 
, JOSEPH 
AYMOND R 

KEVIN 
HN DONAL 
DENNIS J 
BERT A 
ATHANIEL 
HUR JOSE 
NDREW J, 
3NEY C 
NALD E 
ARLES A, 
N L 

CHARLES 
GEORGE, 

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PH 
JR 



FALLON, HAROLD G 
FARRF'.L, CARROLL J 
FIELDS, GILBERT E 
FINN, RICHARD J 
FITCH, LANCE, JR 



PRIVATE, TO OCT. 24 

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PRIVATE, TO AUG. 31 

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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS 



fogarty, Thomas f, 
forbes* herbert e 
foster/ charles d 
fraley, gerald j 
franklin* rodney a 
frasier, 3enjamin* 



FREEM 
FULGH 
GADON 
GARRE 
GASSE 
GAS3E 
GIARO 
GIBBS 
GILL* 
GILPI 
GLASC 
GOAD* 
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GOSSA 
GRAY* 
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GRIEG 
GRIFF 
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GUTIE 
HALL* 
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HANNA 
HANNE 
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HARDI 
HARDI 
HARDW 
HARRE 
HARRI 
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HAYES 
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JAMES 
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LIAM L 

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CARY S 
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MNIE W 
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HIP3LEY* WILLIAM t 
H0LCO1B* GARY A 
HOLES* CHARLES H 
HOTZE* STOCKTON M 
HOWELL* HERBERT H 
HOY, EDWARD M 
HUFF, WILLIAM L 



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PRIVATE, FROM AUG. 3 

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PRIVATE, TO JULY 5 

PRIVATE 

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PRIVATE . . . . 

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PRIVATE, TO MOV. 30 AND SERGEANT, FROM 

DEC 1 

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153 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS 



HUGHES, 
HUGHES, 
HUNT, J 
HUP , M 

hurlo:k 

IORIO, 

JACHIMO 

JACKSON 

JAMES, 

JENKINS 

JENKINS 

JENKINS 

JENKINS 

JENKINS 

JENKINS 

JERVIS, 

JOHNSON 

JOHNSON 

JOHNSON 

JOHNSON 

JOHMSON 



GEORGE W 

JOSEPH A 
OHM 
ICHAEL E 
, BARREN L 
D THOMAS 
WICZ, ALFRED L 
, DARRYL JOSEPH 
R03ERT A 
, ARCHIE B 
, CARLETON C 
, CECIL WARD 
, HARO-D 
, HENRY 
, THOMAS L» III 

CARNIE J 
, CLINTON S, JR 
, HARO.D 
, JOSEPH ALLEN 
, THOMAS 
, THOMAS L 



JOHMSON, WALT 
JOHNSON, WILL 
JOHMSON, ZEAK 
JONES, NAUDAI 
JURCICH, LAWR 
KAHLER, JACK 
KANTRIM, ANTH 
KARN, JUANITA 
KAVAL, WILLIA 
KELLY, KEMNET 
KERRIGAN, FRA 
KIFER, JOHN W 
KIFER, KENNFT 
KIMMEL, CHARL 
KINOSVATTER, 
KIRKLAND, JOH 
KITCHEN, DEMN 
KLICK, CHARLE 
KOST, GEORGE 
KRENN, ADOLPH 
KRUK, ANDREW 
LABRUSCIANO, 
LANGFORD, PAU 
LANGSTON, EOW 
LINDSAY, ELWO 
LINGENFELTER, 
LITTLE, JOHM 
LOCHRIDGE, WI 
LOCKHART, LAR 
LONG, PAUL DE 
LOOMIS, EARL 
LOPEZ, EDWARD 
LOUVIERE, JOS 
LOVINGOOD, HA 



ER F 

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E W, JR 

N J, JR 

ENCE R 

W 

ONY T 

L 
M 3, JR 
H H 

NK ANDREW 
ILLIAM 
H L, JR 
ES B. SR 
CHARLES 
M H 

IS WAYNE 
S L 
W, JR 



FRANK F, JR 
L F 

ARD R, JR 
OD W 

JAMES F 
B, JR 
LLIAM F 
RY G 
AN 
F, JR 



EPH 
ROLD H 



PRIVATE • • • • • 

PRIVATE • • • . 

MESSENGER-JANITOR 

PRIVATE . . . . , 

PRIVATE ....i , 

PAIR CLERK TO THE MAJORITY 

PRIVATE • i 

PRIVATE • 

PRIVATE ■ . • ■ ■ 

PRIVATE ••••■•• 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE • 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE • • •• i 

PRIVATE ....(■ 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE . . • • i 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE 

SGT, TO MOV. 30 AND LIEUTENANT, FROM 

DEC 1 

PRIVATE 

RETIREMENT OFFICER 

SERGEANT AT ARMS 

PRIVATE . . . . , 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE • . • • • 

PRIVATE 

PAYROLL i REPORTS CLERK 

PRIVATE • 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE, FROM DEC 14 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE . . . . 

PRIVATE, TO NOV. 1 

PRIVATE > 

PRIVATE > > 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE, FROM OCT. 1 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE .. . . c 

PRIVATE, TO DEC 22 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE 

PLAINCLOTHESMAN 

PRIVATE, FROM JULY 1 

PRIVATE > 

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154 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS 



LUND, PAUL L 



LYNCH, 

MACFARL 

MALLON, 

MANGAN, 

MANUEL, 

MARSHAL 

MARTIN, 

MARTIN, 

MARTIN, 

MARTIN, 

MATTALI 

MAXEY, 

MAYERS, 

MCADAMS 

MCCARTH 

MCCOY, 

MCDONAL 

MCFALLS 

MCGILl., 

mcglo:k 

MCKENZI 

MCMANIO 

MCNAIR, 

MECKLER 

MELLER, 

MICER, 

MILLER, 

MILLS, 

MINNICK 

MINNIX, 

MOE, DA 

MOHLER, 

MOORE, 

MORELLI 

MORRIS, 

MORRISO 

MORRISO 

MUL-VEY, 

MUTTER, 

MYERS, 

NASHWIN 

NEELY, 

NEVITT, 



UOSEPH 

ANE, G 

CHA^L 

JOSEP 

ROY M 

L, ROB 

CLARE 

JAMES 

MICHA 

ROBER 

ANO, P 

RICHAR 

OSCAR 

, DONA 

Y, JOH 

PHILLI 

D, WIL 
, WILL 

PAUL 
LIN, L 

E, RON 
US, WI 

SAM JE 
, THOM 

GORDO 
RICHAR 

STUAR 
CHARLE 
, STAN 

J 
VID .0 

CLAJC 
LEE J 
, JOHN 

LIN3E 
N, EVE 
N, MIC 

TH01A 

GERAL 
FREDER 
TER, H 
ERNEST 

RICHA 



ALAN 
EORGE 
ES A 
-I PATRICK 

ERT L 
MCE J 

T 
EL P 
T 

ETER F 
D STEPHEN 

S, SR 
LD G 
M R 
D L 
BERT 
IAM J 
R 

UTHER, JR 
ALD RAY 
LLIAM R 
L 

AS M 
N K 
D W 
T K 
S J 
LEY E 

REN 

US CLAY 



R, JR 
RT E 
HAEL P E 
S J 

D WAYNE 
ICK J 
OWARO L 

W 
RD E 



NICHOLAS, FRANCIS 

NOE, THEODORE J 
NOWDEN, CLARENCE W 

OATIS, LOJIS A 
ONOFRIO, THOMAS 
OTT, °HILIP M 
PARKER, HORACE LEE, 
PARKER, MELVIN F 



PRIVATE, TO NOV. 30 AND SERGEANT, FROM 

DEC 1 

PRIVATE 

SGT 

TELLER 

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PRIVATE 

PRIVATE . . . . t . 

PRIVATE, FROM AUG" 1 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE . . .. t 

PRIVATE .... i 

PRIVATE 

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PRIVATE 

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CAPTAIN 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE, TO OCT. 31 

PRIVATE > 

PRIVATE • 

PRIVATE • 

PRIVATE, FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 10 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE, TO AUG. 23 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE .... i • 

SGT 

PRIVATE 

PLAINCLOTHESMAN • 

PRIVATE, TO SEPT. 18 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE 

SGT 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE, TO SEPT" 30 AND FROM OCT. 5 . 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE, TO NOV. 30 AND SERGEANT, FROM 

DEC. 1 

PRIVATE, TO NOV. 30 AND SERGEANT, FROM 

DEC 1 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE, TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 5 
TO NOV. 30 AND SERGEANT, FROM DEC" 1 . 

PRIVATE .. 

LT 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE • 

PRIVATE 



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155 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 



OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS 



PARKS* CHARLES R 
PARKS* KENNETH DARREL 
PATRICK, JERRY D 
PAYNE, WILMER ORION 
PEACOCK, RAYMOND 8 
PEREZ, ALAN C 
PINDER, ARCHIBALD A 
PINNIX, JAMES P 
PIPER, DANIEL R 
POND, HOWARD F 
POSTON, DONALD J 
POWELL, JOSEPH L 
PRICE, HERBERT C 
PROCTOR, FREDERICK 
PULLEN, MAX B 
PURCELL, DONALD E 
PURCELL, STEPHEN L 
PURDY, DONALD C 
OUINNEY, ROBERT 
RAIDEN, ELWYN G- 
RAINES, CHARLES H 
RATLIFF, RAY J 
REED, STEPHANIE W 
REGALIA, CHARLES V 
RENEHAN, JOHN RUSSELL 
REUSS, ROBERT R 
RHODEN, GERRY FRED 
RHUBOTTOM, THOMAS A 
RICCI, DOMINIC PAUL 
RICHARDSON, EDDIE 
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM E 
RINALDI, JOHN, JR 
RINES, BOYD T 
RODGERS, ANTHONY 
ROGERS, JOSEPH E 
ROLLISON, OTIS LUTHER 
ROSWELL, DONALD R 
ROUP, HAROLD LESTER 
RUCCHIO, EU3ENE J 
RUFFATTO, JOHN B 
RUP°, RAYMOND 
RUSSELL, DONALD F 
RUTH, KENNETH W 
RUTHERFORD, RAYMOND W 
SALINAS, RAJL G 
SALYER, GEORGE R, JR 
SANDERFER, 3ENJAMIN A 
SCALZO, RALPH R 
SCHAAP, JOSEPH R 
SELPH, ANDREW J 
SHACKLETTE, HOMER A 
SHAPIRO, JAMES A 
SHEEHY, ELIZABETH 
SHELTON, HUSH F 
SHUGARS, JOHN HENRY 
SIMDN, EDWARD J 



SGT 

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PRIVATE ' 

PRIVATE i 

PRIVATE < 

PRIVATE, TO AUG. 3 •< 

PRIVATE ■ 

PRIVATE i 

PRIVATE i 

PRIVATE ' 

PRIVATE i 

LT 

PRIVATE ■ 

PRIVATE, FROM AUG. 1 
PRIVATE, TO NOV. 7 •■ 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE 

SGT 

BANK MANAGER 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE • . . . 

CLERK-BANK . 

PRIVATE, TO NOV. 2 • > 

SGT 

SPECIAL OFFICER 

PRIVATE •• ■ 

PRIVATE, FROM DEC 2 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE, TO OCT. 25 . 

PRIVATE • • < 

PRIVATE, TO SEPT. 8 ■ 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE ............. 

LT , 

SGT 

PRIVATE, TO NOV. 30 • 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATF, FROM AUG. 1 

PRIVATE 

PLAINCLOTHESMAN 

SGT 

SGT 

PRIVATE • • • 

PRIVATE 

PRIVATE 

SECRETARY 

PRIVATE .. •• 

PRIVATE . . . . 

PRIVATE 



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156 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 



OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS 



SINGLETON; JOHN B 
SINGLETON, PAUL B 
SMITH* GARY R 
SMITH, JAMES DARRELL 
SMITH, JOHN T, JR 
SMITH, LEE A 
SPOCK, WILLIAM HENRY 
STANKOWSKI, CHESTER S 
STARKEY, JACK W 
STARR, LARRY P 
STEELE, MARVIN E 
STEVENS, RUSSELL EDWIN 
STEVENS, WILLIAM E, JR 
STRONGIN, HERBERT 
STUCK, ROBERT L 
SUTHERLAND, VICTOR P 
SWANN, JOHN B 
TARRANCE, JACK R 
TARVER, MILTON L 
TATE, NORMAN A, JR 
TAYLOR, LEROY GARFIELD 
TEMPLETON, JEFFREY C 
TERI, ULDERIGO GINO 
TERIO, CHARLES J, III 
TESTER, JACK G 
THOMPSON, ARTHUR JOHN 
THOMPSOM, MICHAEL J 
TIDWELL, LESTER L 
TOMER, JOHN E 
TREW, WILLIAM L, JR 
TROLLINGER, JAMES T 
TURNER, A3RAHAM, JR 
TURNER, ROBERT C 
TWOMBLY, DONALD P 
TWOMBLY, WARREN EUGENE 
VANDUSER, DULAN W 
WAGNER, CHARLES E 
WALKER, BRUCE L 
WALKER, HARRY G 
WALTERS, CHARLES A, JR 
WARNER, FRANCIS D 
WATERS, WILLIAM E 
WAY, GEORGE LARISON 
WELCH, FRANCIS W, III 
WELCH, RA.PH R 
WELLS, HERBERT J 
WESTNER, WILLIAM J 
WHITE, ETSON D 
WHITTIN3TON, JOSEPH L 
WIDO, PETER JOSEPH 
WILSON, H ELDRED 
WIL30M, LLOYD E 
WOMERSLEY, JOHN T 
WOOD, EDWARD G, III 
WOODEN, DEAN BRUCE 
WYCOFF, CARROLL 0, JR 



PRIVATE ..... S4,408 

PRIVATE 4,408 

PRIVATE 4,408 

PRIVATE 4,408 

PRIVATE, TO AUG. 31 1,353 

PRIVATE 4,408 

PRIVATE 4,408 

PRIVATE 4,408 

PRIVATE 4,408 

PRIVATE • 4,408 

PRIVATE • • 4,408 

PRIVATE 4,060 

PRIVATE ........•• 4,408 

SGT 5,800 

PRIVATE 4,408 

PRIVATE 4,408 

PRIVATE • 4,408 

PRIVATE, FROM OCT. 5 1,939 

PRIVATE, FROM DEC 1 676 

PRIVATE, FROM SEPT. 1 2,503 

PRIVATE, FROM OCT. 1 2,030 

PRIVATE 4,408 

PRIVATE 4,408 

PRIVATE • 4,408 

PRIVATE 4,408 

PRIVATE 4,408 

PRIVATE 4,408 

PRIVATE • 4,408 

PRIVATE, TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 5 . 4,310 

PRIVATE • 4,640 

CAPTAIN « 9,280 

PRIVATE, TO AUG. 19 • 1,199 

PRIVATE, FROM AUG. 1 3,338 

PRIVATE 4,408 

PRIVATE, FROM OCT. 1 2,030 

PRIVATE, FROM OCT. 1 • 1,714 

PRIVATE • • 4,408 

PRIVATE 4,408 

PRIVATE, TO AUG. 20 1,224 

PRIVATE 4,060 

PRIVATE 4,408 

SGT 5,800 

PRIVATE, FROM JULY 28 3,45l 

PRIVATE « 4,408 

PRIVATE 4,408 

PRIVATE > 4,408 

PRIVATE 4,408 

DEPUTY SGT AT ARMS-CHG OF MACE 5,272 

PRIVATE ••« 4,176 

PRIVATE 4,408 

ASSISTANT CASHIER 10,093 

PRIVATE 4,408 

PRIVATE 4,408 

PRIVATE, TO DEC. 5 3,679 

PRIVATE 4,408 

PRIVATE, FROM OCT. 1 2,030 



157 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS 



YOHN* MICHAEL GENE 
YORKMAN* CLIFTON E 
YOUNG* ROBERT W 

YOLMGERi HAROLD C 
ZEH* GEOFFREY N 
ZIEMBA* FRANK M* JR 



OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER 

AKERS* WINNIE B 
ALEXANDER* GEORGE G* JF 
ALLEN/ JOHN MERLE 
ALVEY, CHARLES WAYNE 
ANASTASIO* JOSEPH L 
ANDERSON* DONNALD K 
ANDERSON* EUGENE T 
ANDERSON* JAMES W 
ANDREWS* JOHN DAWSON 
ARBOGAST, TIMOTHY T 
ATTMAN* GARY LEE 
BAINE* CHARLES N 
BAKER* STEPHEN ALLEN 
BALTRYM* ARTHUR R 
BARBER* MAX M 
BARRETT, FERN 
BARRIERE* BRENT B 
BASARAN* AY3EN 
BASINGER* MILDRED R 
BASS* GEORGE MARTIN 
BEATTTE* HENRY A* III 
BEBOUT* DENNY LEE 
BECHTEL* FRANK A 
BELIN* JOHN 
BELK* LAMONTE E 
BELL* GOLDA S 
BENNETT* GERALD EDWIN 
BENNETT* PE3GY P 
BERGIN* ROBERT J 
BERRY* JAMES R 
BIELSKI, CASIMIR, III 
BILLINGS* ERIC F 
BISHOP* WILLIAM J 
BIS3ELL* MOLLIE BRYDEN 
BJELLOS* ELI S 
BLACK* CRAIG S 
BLEDSOE* GRACE POE 
BLOYER* JOHN HOLLIS 
BOLDEN* GLENN 
BOLDING* FRANCES CLARA 
BOND* JON 

BOSTICK* WARREN EDWARD 
BOUSMAN* CARLTON W* JR 
BRANCH* WILLIAM E* JR 



PRIVATE 

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OCT. 1 i 

PRIVATE .. .. » 

PRIVATE* TO AUG. * 

PRIVATE . . . • i. . 

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PAGE* FROM SEPT. 9 

BARBER LONGWORTH 

ASST CHIEF-MACHINE UNIT 

MACHINE ASSISTANT* FROM NOV. 23 

ASST MAJ CHIEF-FLR TEL SER 

PA3E* TO AUGi 31 

PAGE* FROM AUG. 13 TO SEPT. 9 

PA3E OVERSEER (MAJ)* FROM SEPT. 21 .. 

GALLERY CHECKROOM ATTENDANT 

PAGE* FROM AUG* 1 •' 

DOORMAN-FLOOR 

PAGE* FROM OCT. 12 

INSERTER* FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 8 .... 

ASSISTANT 

CHIEF PACKAGE UNIT* TO JULY 31 

PAGE* TO SEPT. 15 

MESSENGER •• 

SECRETARY •• • 

WRAPPER* TO SEPT" 13 

PAGE* FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

COUNTER ASSISTANT* FROM OCT. 1 

ASSISTANT CHIEF 

LABORER .... ■ ... • 

COUNTER* FROM DEC 7 

MACHINE OPERATOR 

MECHANIC 

MACHINE OPERATOR* TO OCT" 31 

SPEAKERS PAGE • 

MESSENGER* FROM OCT. 13 

PAGE* FROM NOV. 16 TO NOV. 30 

PAGE* TO AUG. 31 

DOCUMENT ROOM ASSISTANT 

MACHINE OPERATOR 

CHIEF > 

PAGE TELEPHONE* FROM SEPT. 21 

CLERK 

INSERTER* FROM OCT. 1 

PA3E* FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

MESSENGER* FROM NOV. 2 

MESSENGER* FROM SEPT. 2 

PAGE* FROM DEC- 3 

PA3E* FROM NOV. 1 

MACHINE ASSISTANT* FROM JULY If TO 
SEPT. 7 



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158 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 



OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER 

BRANDi HUGH MCGUIRE/ JR 
BRENNAN/ THOMAS WM 
BROOKER/ 3E0RGE P 
BROOKER/ WILLIAM H 
BROOKS/ BERNARD EUGENE 
BROOKS* CLIFFORD Cj JR 
BROOKS/ LEWIS C E 
BROWDER/ SAMUEL Mi JR 
BROWNj FRANCES K 
BROWN/ MALCOLM S 
BROWN/ MILDRED 
BROWNE/ JAKES E 
BRUNO/ KEVIN R 
BRYSOM/ ALBERT D 
BUDD/ JOSEPH 
BUDD/ MARIE 
BUNN/ NELSON OSBORN 
BURLESON/ JAMES HOWARD 
BURNESS/ ROBERT A 
BURNS/ HENRY LEE 
BUTCHER/ JEFFREY K 
CALLIS/ LEON T 
CANADAY/ HENRY T 
CANDLER/ CHARLES L 
CAPUTA/ LEWIS A/ JR 
CAREY/ LAWRENCE H 
CAREY/ PEARLINE 
CARLISLE/ MARK DUDNEY 
CARLISLE/ WILLIAM T 
CARRO.L/ JOSEPH F 
CARTER/ CHARLES DAVID 
CARTER/ JAMES LEE 
CARTER/ LILLIE INEZ 
CARTER/ LUCILLE KETCHUM 
CASTILLO/ MAYBELLE 
CHAPMAN/ STEPHEN R 
CHARTAK/ LOUISE M 
CHIPOURAS/ TOULA 
CHRISTAKOS/ ANNA 
CIPRIOTTI/ CHARLES 
CLARK/ JAMES T 
CLARK/ MELBA MARIE 
CLARK/ STEPHEN JOSEPH 
CLOSE/ J JEFFREY 

COFIELD/ RUSSELL 
COLEMAN/ ROBERT C 
COLEMAN/ WILLIAM J 
COLLEY/ MAR< DOUGLAS 
COLSON/ WENDELL B/ II 
CONYERS/ DRAYNE 
COOK/ JOHN CHRISTOPHER 

COONS/ THOMAS W 
COOPER/ WILLIAM P/ JR 
CORVIN/ TOMOE NAKAMURA 



WRAPPER/ TO AUG. 31 Sl/046 

MACHINE AS3T/ TO AUG. 16 • 83* 

MACHINE OPERATOR 3/401 

BALING MACHINE OPERATOR • 3/897 

JANITOR/ FROM SEPT. 1 1/639 

LABORER 3/31* 

LABORER 3/34* 

PA3E/ FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 531 

MESSENGER •■>•• 3/277 

BARBER CAPIT3L 3/867 

MACHINE ASSISTANT 4/198 

LABORER • 3/31* 

PA3E/ FROM JULY 8 TO AUG« 1* 656 

CHIEF-GALLERY DOORMAN 5/9?0 

LABORER 3/34* 

INSERTER 3/815 

PA3E/ FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 531 

WRAPPER/ FROM SEPT. 1 2/1*5 

MACHINE ASSISTANT 3/242 

DOORMAN-GALLERY 3/677 

DOORMAN/ TO JULY 31 612 

ASST CUSTODIAN 3/731 

INSERTER/ FROM AUG. 13 TO SEPT. 1* ... 5fe7 

MESSENGER/ FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 .. 613 

PA3E/ FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 531 

CHIEF BARBER LONGWORTH */030 

MESSENGER ••• 6 

PA3E/ FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG- 31 531 

PA3E/ FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG* 31 •• 531 

INSERTER/ TO JULY 17 77 

PA3E (TEMP EMPL)> TO AUG* 31 1/063 

DOORMAN FLOOR • */162 

MACHINE OPERATOR */*03 

ATTENCANT/ FROM SEPT. 1 2/110 

COUNTER ..••• • */179 

MESSENGER/ TO AUG. 31 975 

LEDGER CLERK • */0?l 

COUNTER/ TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 .. 3/882 

ATTENDANT LADIES ROOM 3/503 

DOORMAN-GALLERY • */28* 

DOORMAN-GALLERY 3/799 

MACHINE OPERATOR • */0l6 

MACHINE ASSTj TO SEPT. 21 l/*29 

COUNTER ASSISTANT/ FROM JULY 1 TO 

SEPT. 30 2/020 

LABORER ....i 3/3** 

TELEPHONE ASSISTANT (MIN) */856 

PA3E/ FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 531 

PA3E/ FROM JULY 13 TO AUG. 16 602 

PA3E/ FROM JULY 8 TO AUG. 1* •• 656 

COUNTER ASSISTANT */769 

DOORMAN GALLERY/ FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 

31 i 1/225 

MESSENGER/ TO AUG- 23 971 

PA3E/ TO JULY 12 212 

MESSENGER/ FROM SEPT. 9 1/525 



159 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER 



CRAWF 

CRAWF 

CRENS 

CREW, 

CRIPP 

CROSS 

CROUL 

CUBER 

CUBER 

CUSIC 

CZARN 

DADE, 

DARDZ 

DAVIS 

DAY, 

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DIPAU 

DIP3M 

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ORD, VINCENT P 
HAW, EDWARD EARL 

RALPH P 
EN, WILLIAM T 
, CARL E 
ET, CLARK ROSS 
0, AUREA ESTHER 
0, FRANK 
K, WILLIAM 
ECKI, JOHN R 

ROGER L 
IN3KI, RALPH 
, TEVIS LEE 
CLARENCE T 
RAMON LEON 
WILLIAM DEKLE 
FFENRIED, DALE 
E, RAPHAEL 
N, LAWREMCE M 
LA, SALVATORE . 
PO, JOSEPH 

RONALD DALE 
Y, REGINA 
, PHILLIP D 
S, DESMOND 



DUFFLEY, THOMAS J 
DUKES, SUSAN R 
DUNCAN, JOE SWISHER 
DYE, GREGORY WINTON 
EALEY, BEN, JR 
EARL, WALTER STANLEY 
EATON, R CRAIG 
EDMONDS, HARLAN H 
EY, DOUGLAS WILLIAM, JR 
EZELL, MATTIE MARIE 
FARNAN, MARK STEPHEN 
FARRE.L, CATHERINE ANN 



FEATHER 

FELIX, 

FELL, K 

FIOR, D 

FLAIR, 

FLOYD, 

FLOYD, 

FORD, C 

FOX, TH 

FRANZ, 

FRAZIER 

FREEMAN 

FRENCH, 

FRICK, 

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FRITH, 



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FRED P 
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ALBERT 
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KEITH 
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URVIS 

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LABORER .. .. 

LABORER . • •• i • 

PAGE, FROM DEC 1 

PAGE (TEMP EMPL)> TO JULY 7 

MESSENGER COUNTER CLERK 

LABORER CUSTODIAL FORCE 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 9 

MACHINE OPERATOR 

SUPERVISOR PAGES CLOAKROOM 

FILE CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 

PAGE, TO AUG. 31 

STOCK CLERK • 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 1 

MESSENGER, FROM NOV. 1 

CHIEF 

PAGE, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV" 30 

PAGE, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT* 31 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 1 

ASSISTANT STOCK CLERK 

MESSENGER, TO AUG. 26 

COUNTER ASSISTANT 

BARBER CANNON 

PA3E, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

COUNTER 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 16 

PAGE (TEMP EMPLIi TO AUG" 31 AND PAGE, 

FROM SEPT. 1 

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COUNTER 

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LABORER .... i 

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COUNTER ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 1 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, FROM AUG. 25 

PAGE-TELEPHONE, FROM JULY 30 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, TO JULY 8 AND 

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COUNTER ASSISTANT 

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LABORER .... ■ 

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PAGE, TO JULY 31 

DO OR MAN- GALLERY 

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160 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER 



GALLEGOS, JERRY LYNN 
GARVIN, WILLIAM C 
GAUCHERj PAUL 
GAULT, JOHN DALE 
GICHERT, MARK JOHN 
GILLESPIE, THOMAS. JR 
GLICK, JONATHAN A 
GONSORCIK, MARY JO 

GOWEN, DORIS L 
GRADESS, JEROME ROBERT 
GRAF, WILLIAM/ JR 

GRANARA, J RALPH 
GREENE/ ROBERT R 
GREEZICKI, ROGER J 
GRUNER, RICHARD STEVEN 
GUIFFRE, R03ERT E 
HAARDT, JAMES E 

HALL, CLAYTON M, JR 
HALL, MANASSES 
HAMMILL, JAMES FRANCIS 
HAMMOND, LAWRENCE M 
HAMPSHIRE, ALEXANDER 
HANSBDR0U3H, MORRISON 
HANSON, DENNIS GERALD 
HARDING, VICTOR H, II 
HARLAN, PHILLIP TERRY 
HARPER, JOSEPH J, JR 
HARRIS, LOGAN, JR 
HARRISON, ANNA 
HARTMAN, GREGORY L 
HATCHETT, ROBERT E 
HAWKINS, JAMES R 
HAWTHORNE, HARVEY, JR 
HAXTON, WILLIAM E 
HAYES, CHARLES 
HAYNESWORTH, PEGGY L 
HAYS, DENNIS K 
HEACOCK, MARK ALAN 
HELM, HUGH 3ARNETT, III 

HENRY, R03ERT CLAY 
HERMAN, THOMAS D 
HICKS, LUKE H 
HILL, BESSIE B 
HILL, JOSEPH E, III 
HIMMELFAR3, EDWARD 
HINES, PERCY DEE 
HINNERS, DAVID A 
HINTON, JEFFREY W 
HOHNADEL, HAROLD 
HOLBERT, HELEN RUTH 
HOCKS, DAVID 
HORNEY, GRACE I 



FOURTH ASST SUPERINTENDENT 

BARBER-CANNON HOB 

DOORMAN, FROM OCT. 1 . 

PAGE, FROM DEC* 1 

PAGE, TO JULY 31 

MESSENGER, FROM SEPT. 23 

PA3E, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG* 31 

ATTENDANT LADIES ROOM, FROM AUG. 1 TO 

AUG. 31 

SECRETARY 

DO OR MAN- FLOOR • 

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT, TO AUG. 31 

AND FROM SEPT. 15 

DO OR MAN- FLOOR • - 

LABORER • 

PAGE, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 •••• 

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LABORER • 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, TO AUG- 1* 

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MACHINE ASSISTANT 

BARBER CAPIT3L 

DOORMAN, FROM AUG. 1 

PAGE, TO SEPT. 23 

PA3E, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT" 31 

DOORMAN, to AUG. 31 • 

DOORMAN, TO AUG. 31 • 

MACHINE OPERATOR 

PA3E, FROM SEPT. 1 

LABORER 

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MESSENGER • • . . - 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 8 

PAGE, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

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31 

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STAFF AS3ISTANT-IMM. OFF. DKPR 

MACHINE OPERATOR 

PA3E, TO AUGi 31 

MACHINE OPERATOR 

DOORMAN • 

PAGE, TO AUGi 31 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, FROM SEPT- 15 

COUNTER ASSISTANT 

INSERTER, TO NOV. 12 

PA3E, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

MACHINE OPERATOR 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER 



HOWARD, JAMESi JR 
HUDGINS, MABEL V 
HUNDLEY, JEANNE C 
ILLSlEY, THAYER V 
JACKSON, JAMES R 
JACKSON, JOHN EDWARD 
JACKSON, THOMAS MICHAEL 
JAFFE, EDWARD M 
JERNIGAN, WARREN H 
JESTER, FRIDGE L 
JOESOEF, KATHLEEN ANN 



JOHNS 
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KAYE, 
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LANE, 
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LAWRE 
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LEONA 
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LIVIN 
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MADDE 
MAGUI 
MALBR 
MALON 
MALRY 
MANDE 
MANIS 
MARSH 
MAR3T 
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FIRST AS3T SUPERINTENDENT 

FOREMAN ......... 

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MACHINE OPERATOR, TO AUG. 23 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

CHIEF FLOOR 300RMAN , 

RECEPTIONIST-PRAYER ROOM, TO JULY 31 
MACHINE ASSISTANT AND INSERTER FROM 

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MACHINE OPERATOR • ••• 

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MACHINE OPERATOR i 

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BARBERSHOP ATTENDANT LHOB , 

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OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER 



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PA3E-TELEPHONE, FROM SEPT. 9 

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ASSISTANT 

INSERTER 

LABORER • 

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PAGE, TO AUG. 31 

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DOORMAN, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

INSERTER, FROM AUG. 14 

CHIEF BOOK UNIT 

MESSENGER, FROM SEPT. 1 

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PAGE (TEMP EMPLIi TO AUG. 31 

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MACHINE OPERATOR 

INSERTER 

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PA3E, FROM NOV. 16 

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RECEPTIONIST, PRAYER ROOM/ FROM AUG. 1 

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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF "ME DOORKEEPER 



OBERM 
OCONN 
OMALL 
ONEIL 
ORTIZ 
03BOR 
OSBOR 
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IRVIN 

JOHN A» III 
ROBERT J 
OP HIE C 
RSHALL S 
EARNEST JUNIOR 
JAMES GARLAND 
TRICK D 
ICTOR R 
ES LYLE 
RRY JAMES 
OHM D 

AMES HODGES, 
ILLIE E 
RVINA F 
JAMES E, JR 
US V 
ARIA K 
HARLES F 
AMJEL 
RUSSELL L 
DENMIS J 
HN STEELE 
LLIAM R, JR 
OMAS PRESTON 
YMOND 



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POWELL/ 

PRELOH, 

QUATTRO 

RACKEY, 

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RANCOUR 

RANDA.L 

RAPONE, 

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REIDY, 

RICHARD 

RICHARD 

RICHARD 

RIDGEWA 

RINES, 

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ROWAN, 

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RJSSELL 

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ASST CHIEF DOORMAN-GALLERY-DKP .... 

PAGE, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

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MACHINE OPERATOR i 

DOORMAN, FROM AUG. 4 . 

PAGE, TO JULY 12 

CHIEF OPERATIONS SECTION 

PAGE 1TEMP EMPL>> TO AUG* 31 

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PA3E, TO JULY 14 

INSERTER, FROM AUG. 10 TO SEPT. 8 . 

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WRAPPER 

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DOORMAN, FROM JULY 6 o..., 

MESSENGER, FROM OCT. 15 i 

PAGE, FROM AUG. 7 i 

PAGE, TO AUGi 9 • •• 

PAGE, FROM JULY 13 TO AUG. 12 

ASSISTANT MINORITY CHIEF , 

FILE CLERK i 

PA3E, TO AUG. 31 AND PAGE OVERSEER, 

FROM SEPT. 1 

PAGE, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG- 31 ....... 

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ASST CHIEF MACHINE UNIT - 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, FROM AUG. 25 ... 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 1 i 

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DOORMAN GALLERY i 

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COUNTER, TO OCT. 31 i 

PAGE, FROM OCT* 1 TO OCT. 31 , 

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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER 



SCOTT, STELLA M 
SEDGWICK, JOHN SHAW 
SELDEN, JACK WRIGHT 
SEWELL, HELEN WINFIELO 
SEXTON, DAVID ANDREW 
SHEA, CHRISTOPHER 
SHEARER, JOHN THOMAS 
SHEPARD, KATHERINE C 
SHORT, R03ERT L 
SHUMAVON, DOUGLAS 
SIKES, JAMES BARTON 



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JEROME M 
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, DONITA T 

MELVIN EUGENE 
C B, II 

JEROME BRANTLEY 
HERBERT 

KEI TH SULLIVAN 

ROBERT WHITE 
DONALD WAYNE 
FREDERICK M 
HENRY 
JEAN K 
JOBY 

CHARLES F 
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LAND, ELONZIA 8 



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CHA?L 

WALTE 

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GREGO 

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JAMES 

HARRY 

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HILIP L 

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MACHINE ASSISTANT , 

PAGE, TO JULY 15 - 

PAGE, FROM AUG- 1 TO AUG" 31 • 

SNACK BAR ATTENDANT REP 

PAGE, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

PA3E 

PA3E, FROM AUG« 1 TO AUG- 31 

CHIEF-MACHINE UNIT 

DOORMAN • • • • « • 

DOORMAN • 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT 

13 i 

DOORMAN, FROM SEPT. 18 

COUNTED ASSISTANT 

FILE CLERK 

MACHINE AS3T 

JANITOR 

COUNTER ASSISTANT 

PAGE, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

JANITOR . . • . t , 

PA3E, FROM NOV. 1 i 

PAGE, FROM NOV. 1 • i 

MESSENGER, FROM SEPT. 11 TO DEC. 2 ... 

CHIEF-DELIVERY UNIT , 

BARBERSHOP ATTD CAPITOL 

MACHINE ASSISTANT , 

MACHINE OPERATOR i 

PA3E, FROM OCT. 5 , 

JANITOR-MESSENGER i 

BARBER RAYBURN, TO OCT. 31 AND FROM 

NOV. 5 . , 

INSERTER , 

PAGE • , 

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MESSENGER, TO AUG. 31 i 

PAGE, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 , 

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PAGE (TEMP EMPLI, TO JULY 7 , 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER 

TOLSON* WILLIAM M COUNTER ASSISTANT S 4, 2 g4.48 

TREVOR* GEORGE S MACHINE ASSISTANT* FROM JULY 13 TO 

AUG. 31 

TRUMAN* JOHN DAVID PA3E* FROM SEPT. 9 

TRUSL3W, JOHN W DOORMAN-GALLERY 

TUNSTALL, FORREST C CHIEF BARBER CAPITOL 

TURNER* ROBERT A DOORMAN* FROM SEPT. 1 

TUSCANO, ANNA M MESSENGER 

UDELL* OILMAN G SUPERINTENDENT 

UDE.L* GILMAN G, JR COUNTER ASSISTANT* FROM JULY 10 TO 

AUG. 31 

vance* keith a doorman ....i 

vanhook* joseph henry page* from july 1 to july 31 

waddy* edward laborer ....t 

walker* james bradley pa3e* from sept. 8 • 

walker* michael dale pa3e* from nov. 1 to nov. 30 

wallace* raeforo d* jr pa3e* from sept. 1 to sept. 30 

walls* lorraine v wrapper • 

ward* dennis earl* jr pa3e* from july 1 to july 31 

warren* charles e* jr pa3e* from july 1 to july 31 

weatherspoo~j* randall l pa3e* from nov. 1 to nov" 30 

webb* charles harry* iii page* from sept. 1 to sept. 30 

weiss* walter r pa3e* to augi 31 •• 

wekenborg* james h mechanic 

weldon* george s pa3e* from sept. 1 

wentsch, david earle messenger* to july 31 

west* benjamin c superintendent 

white* phil m pa3e* from sept- 1 

white* scott bennett file clerk* to aug. 31 

wiegand* william b pa3e* from july 15 to aug. 21 

wigfall* ann belle machine assistant 

wilkerson* aubrey p laborer ...•! 

williams* calvin a laborer ...•• • 

williams* seomone c telephone pa3e* to aug. 31 

witherspoon* fred messenger speakers room 

wright* robert warren pa3e telephone* from july 1 to aug. 31 

yesh* robert t doorman (gallery) 

you^jg* charlie louis laborer 

youmg, robert f baling machine operator 

zablocki* joseph paul pa3e* from july 1 to aug- 31 

zurzolo* joseph parice machine assistant 

zwibel* allan machine operator 

office of the postmaster 

adams* robert e mail clerk* to july 11 232-16 

ahern* robert a mail clerk* from sept. 1 2*451-56 

ahern* Thomas j mail clerk* from sept, i 2*328. 98 

alsterda* jdhnj* jr mail clerk 3*677.34 

atkins* james a mail clerk* to aug. 31 1*306.68 

bamber* michael f mail clerk* to sept. 30 1*838.67 

barnes* dennis paul mail clerk* from aug. 1 2*870.37 

basinger* rex h* jr mail clerk* from sept. 1 2*380.12 

bates* richard m mail clerk* from aug. 16 to sept. 21 . 735.47 

bellew* kevin p mail clerk 3*859.53 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 



OFFICE OF THE POSTMASTER 

BENEDICT, PETER 
BENEDICT, THOMAS S 
BERRY, JASON, JR 
BISHOP, EDWARD 
BOWIE, ERNEST P 
BOWIE, PHILLIP E 



III 



BOWMAN, GEORGE M, 
BOWMAN, MARY C 
BOYDSTON, C ELMO 
BRAITHWAIT, DELTON B 
BRAUN, JOSEPH A, III 
BRENNAN, EARL 
BROWDER, THOMAS D 
BUCK, GEORGE THAO 
BULLOCK, JOHN H, JR 
BURKE, GARY L 
CHASE, THEODORE L 
CHILDS, MICHAEL E 
COAKER, LLOYD A 
COMELLI, JOSEPH CARL 
CONNORS, JOHN M 
CONNORS, WILLIAM 9 
COUREMBIS, JOHN L 
COUREMBIS, LLOYD L 
CRANE, LAWRENCE W 
CREECH, VICTOR H, III 
DANOS, JAMES L 
DAURIA, ALFRED J 
DUNPHY, DENNIS 
EDWARDS, AL3ERT T, JR 
EVERETT, WILLIAM R, JR 
FABRIZIO, VINCENT, JR 
FOLEY, WILLIAM R, III 

FOSTER, MARTIN P 
FREEMAN, JAMES M 
GIB30N, ROBERT P 
GIBSON, WILLIAM L 



GLASCOE, WILBUR S 
GOULD, CLAUDE LEE 
GRIFFITH, WILLIAM R 
GROVE, THOMAS C 
GROW, HAROLD L 
HARTER, JOHN A 
HATFIELD, BARRETT 
HENSON, J ROGER 
HINES, HARRY J 
HODGENS, RICHARD NEIL 
HURT, CARL R, JR 
JAMES, DOJGLAS S 
JOHNSON, JOHN NEAL 
KENNAMER, VICTOR 



CLERK IN CHARGE LONGWORTH 

MAIL CLERK, TO AUG. 15 

MAIL CLERK, TO SEPT. 4 

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MAIL CLERK, FROM AUG. 22 TO SEPT. 4 

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KING/ NORMAN M 


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KRAMER, 


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KUSHNIR 


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LOWREY, 


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ROBERSON, GARY K 


ROBEY, 


JAMES L 


ROGERS, 


LAWSON S 


ROSS, PETER 


ROYBAL, 


EDWARD ROBERT 


SAMS, THOMAS P 


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, GEORGE E 


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STANDING COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CJRRENCY 

FINK, ORMAN S MINORITY PROF STAFF MEMBER IP) S17, 752.50 

GELLMAN, 3ENET LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL (C) 16,474.50 

HOLSTEIN, CHARLES B PROF STAFF MEMBER (C) 16,474.50 

LAYTON, MARY W SECRETARY TO MINORITY (C) 9,764.28 

LEWIS, JOSEPH C PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER (P) 17,673.84 

NELSOM, PAUL CLERK 5 STAFF DIRECTOR (P) 17,758.50 

PRINS, CURTIS A CHIEF INVESTIGATOR IP) 14,961-18 

VAUGHN, DONALD G ASSISTANT CLERK (C) 8,869.02 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON THE DISTRICT OF COLJMBIA 

ALEXANDER, BETTY C ASSISTANT CLERK IC) 7,637.16 

CLARK, JAMES T CLERK IC) • •# 14,977.38 

GARBER, HAYDEM S COUNSEL (P) t 13,316.58 

GARNER, MARCELLUS C, JR ASSISTANT CLERK 3,135.45 

GASQUE, CLAYTON D STAFF DIRECTOP (P) 11,472-78 

HILDER, LEONARD INVESTIGATOR (P) 10,859.64 

HOGAN, JOHN E MINORITY COUNSEL (C) 11,998.68 

STEINKULLER, OTHELLO ASSISTANT CLERK (C) 8,860.56 

THORNTON, PEGGY |_ ASSISTANT CLERK (C) 7,637.16 

WAT30M, SARA ANNA ASST COUNSEL (PI 9,007.08 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR 

BAKER, DONALD M ASSOCIATE COUNSEL-LABOR 17,752.50 

BERNSTEIN, MICHAEL J MINORITY CLERK (C) 17,752-50 

DARGANS, LOUISE M CLERK 5 RESEARCH DIRECTOR (C) 17,752-50 

GAUL, WILLIAM F ASSOCIATE GENERAL COUNSEL IP) 17,752-50 

RADCLIFF, CHARLES W SPECIAL ED COUNSEL FOR MIN (C) 17,752-50 

REED, HARTWELL DUVALL GENERAL COUNSEL IP) • 17,752-50 

REEVES, BENJAMIN F EDITOR (P), TO NOV- 4 AND EDITOR 

COMM. PUB. IP), FROM NOV. 5 17,358.00 

SULLIVAN, AJSTIN P, JR LEGISLATIVE SPECIALIST (C) 13,715.67 

WRIGHT, LOUISE M ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (C) 11,672.58 

WYMAN, MARIAN RUTH SPECIAL ASST TO CHAIRMAN (CI 15,034.08 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS 

BILLINGS, PHILIP B STAFF CONSULTANT IP] 12,985.08 

BOWEN, ROBERT J ASSISTANT CLERK (C), TO JULY 31 1,076.96 

BULLO:K, ROY J STAFF CONSULTANT (P) 17,758.50 

CRAWFORD, BOYD STAFF ADMINISTRATOR (C), TO DEC- 10 .. 6,087.30 

CROMER, HARRY C STAFF CONSULTANT IP) 16,671.36 

CZARNECKI, MARIAN A STAFF CONSULTANT (P) 16,671-36 

HASHAGEN, HELEN L STAFF ASSISTANT (C) 10,145-88 

MATTAS, HELEN C STAFF ASSISTANT (P) 11,042-28 

MCCRACKEN, DORA B STAFF ASSISTANT (C) 8,140.92 

NIGH, CLARA JJNE SENIOR STAFF ASSISTANT (C) 18,411.48 

OBRIEN, MARY L STAFF ASSISTANT (C) 9,8R4.04 

SCHUPP, FRANKLIN J STAFF CONSULTANT (P) 16,917.84 

WESTPHAL, ALBERT C F STAFF CONSULTANT (P( 17,758.50 



170 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS 

BICKETT, CHARLOTTE C STAFF MEMBER |CI< TO JULY 31 Sl,2?8.09 

CARLSON, JOHN P MINORITY COUNSEL (PI 17,752*50 

CASH, CATHERINE S STAFF MEMBER, FROM AUG. 1 5,467.90 

COPENHAVER, WILLIAM H MINORITY STF MBR (C) 13,545.36 

DAVIS, CHRISTINE RAY STAFF DIRECTOR (PI 17,752-50 

FELDOTTO, DOLORES STAFF MEMBER !C) • 8,260.56 

LANIGAN, JAMES A GENERAL COUNSEL (P) • 17,752.50 

MCLACHLAN, ANN E STAFF MEMBER (C) 8,006.58 

REDMOND, LAWRENCE P PROF STAFF MEMBER (C) 10,236.90 

ROBACK, HERBERT STAFF MEMBER (CI 17,752.50 

ROMNEY, MILES ASSOCIATE GENERAL COUNSEL (P) 15,115.08 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON HOUSE ADMINISTRATION 

FRANK, ROBERT H LEGAL COUNSEL (C), FROM JULY 1 8,649.66 

GAUJOT, DIANNA SUE ASST CLERK (C) 3,450.12 

GRAY, ROBERT D CHIEF AUDITOR (P) ••• 15,001*68 

JAYNES, GURNEY S ASSISTANT CLERK (C) 5,46<».56 

LANGSTON, JULIAN P CHIEF CLK & STF DIR. (P( 17,752.50 

SCHULER, MARGARET H ASSISTANT CLERK (C)/ TO SEPT. 19 ..... 1,865.43 

SILVERMAN, LOUIS STAFF ASST, (PI • 9,072-06 

SMITH, S ARNOLD COUNSEL (C), FROM JULY 1 10,115.52 

STOLLE, MARY F ASST CLERK (CI 6,07»'*6 

WOLMAN, DAVID S PERSONNEL ANALYST IP) 14,847.84 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSULAR AFFAIRS 

BARTON, DIXIE S CLERK (CI ••» 8,552»22 

FREEMAN, PATRICIA B CLERK (CI • 7,536.42 

GARDNER, SUSAN W CLERK (CI, FROM JULY 5 6,960.36 

LEPPERT, CHARLES, JR ASST COUN 5 CONSLT TERR AF (PI 14,425.86 

MCELVAIN, LEE ASST COUN S CONSLT PKS/REC (P) ll,95l«9* 

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MURRAY, PATRICIA ANN CLERK (C) ••• 8,552-22 

SANDY, KATHLEEN V CLERK (C) ••• 6,960.36 

SHAFER, WILLIAM L CON MIN MIN & LAND (P) 16,277.64 

SIGLER, LEWIS A COUNSEL 5 CONSLT IND AFF (P) 15, 58*. 76 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON INTERNAL SECURITY 

CUNNINGHAM, ANNIEL CHIEF - FILES S REFERENCE (C) 8, 082. 18 

DAVIS, GLENN E EDITORIAL DIRECTOR (PI 14,585.70 

GITTINGS, HELEN M RESEARCH ANALYST IC) 8,056.98 

HORNER, ROBERT M CHIEF INVESTIGATOR !P| 11,996.46 

JORAY, JULIETTE P RECORDING CLERK (C) 10,411.32 

NITTLE, ALFRE3 M LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL 13,789.53 

SANDERS, DONALD G CHIEF COUNSEL (PI 16,335.06 

SCHULTZ, RICHARD L ASSOC CHIEF COUNSEL (P), FROM AUG. 1 . 10,742.00 

SHAW, WILLIAM G DIR OF RESEARCH (C) 11,953.14 

VALENTE, MARY MYERS ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY (C) 8,6l7.20 

VELEY, LORRAINE N CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (C), TO JULY 31 ... 1,056.32 



171 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE 

BORCHART, KURT PROF STAFF MBR IP] S17,752.5C 

BJRSOM, MARION M STAFF ASSISTANT (C) 14,185.98 

COLLIE, HAZEL J CLERICAL ASST (C)> TO OCT. 31 AND 

STAFF ASSISTANT (C), FROM NOV. 1 8,521.12 

DIXDN, WILLIAM J PROF STAFF MEMBER (P( 17,752.50 

GUTHRIE, R03ERT F PROF STAFF MEMBER |P| 17,752.50 

JOHMSON, MARCELLA F ASSISTANT CLERK (C) 8,563*04 

KARPCWICH, ELSIE M CLERICAL ASST (C) •••...•• 6,77<*«76 

LANG, MILDRED H CLERICAL ASST IC)j TO NOV. 15 4,995.90 

MAHON, FRANK W PRINTING EDITOR Id 9,334.98 

MENGER, JAMES M, JR PROF STAFF MEMBER IP) • 17,752.50 

PAINTER, KENNETH J 1ST ASST CLERK (C) • 14,185.98 

RYAN, MARY CLERICAL ASST (C) 6,77*»«76 

THOMAS, EDWIN EARL STAFF ASST (C) •••• 6,324.44 

WILLIAM30M, WALTER E CHIEF CLERK ICI 17,752.50 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY 

ALLEN, CARRIE LOU CLERK- STENOGRAPHER (C) 7,226.22 

BELAND, LORRAINE W CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (C) 7,226.22 

BENN, DONALD G ASSOCIATE COUNSEL (P) 12,50*«90 

BURAK, GERTRUDE CLARA CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (C) 7,637.16 

CALDWELL; JANE C CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (C) 8,584.68 

CHRISTY, FRANCES CLER K- STENOGRAPHER (C) 9,359.64 

CLINE, GARNER J COUNSEL (C) • 14,577.72 

DICK, BESS EFFRAT STAFF DIRECTOR (P) 17,752.50 

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ZELENKO, BENJAMIN L GENERAL COUNSEL IP) 16,967.70 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON MERCHANT MARINE AND FISHERIES 

ABLES, ROBERT J CHIEF COUNSEL IP) 17,752.50 

BARKER, VERA SECRETARY ICI 8,277.54 

CORRADO, ERMEST J COUNSEL (P) 11,66*«90 

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MCELROY, ROBERT J CHIEF CLERK (C) •••• 16,080.78 

NOAH, VIRGINIA L SECRETARY (CI 7,838.64 

SHAROOD, RICHARD N MINORITY COUNSEL (P) •••• 12,279.06 

STILL, FRANCES ASSISTANT CLERK (C) 8,649.66 

WINFIELD, W B CLERK ICI • 11,196.00 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON POST OFFICE AND CIVIL SERVICE 

BRAY, BUN BENTON, JR ASSOCIATE STAFF DIR (P) 17,491.08 

FORTUNE, FRANCIS C COORDINATOR C 13,040.34 

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JOHNSON, CHARLES E, JR CHIEF COUNSEL S STAFF DIR IP) 17,752.50 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

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SIMONS* BLANCHE M SECRETARY C $7/553-22 

SMIROLDO* VICTOR C SENIOR STAFF ASST (C) 15/171-78 

THORNTON/ ELSIE E CHIEF CLERK IC) 11/557.26 

WELLS/ BARBARA HEQEE SECRETARY C • 7/838.6* 

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BEAM/ DOROTHY A EXECUTIVE STAFF ASST C 9,731-28 

BUCKLEY/ MERIAM RUTH STAFF ASST C • 8,67*-02 

CARRO.L, STERLYN B STAFF ASST C 6/103.62 

EDE-MAN, LESTER COUNSEL P 11,058-12 

ENFIELD/ CLIFTON W MINORITY COUNSEL P 17/183.70 

FEELEY/ STEPHEN V CLERK C ..••• 10/866.18 

RIVARD, LLOYD A ENGINEER CONSULTANT (P) 11/585.70 

SULLIVAN/ RICHARD J CHIEF COUNSEL IP)/ TO JULY 31 AND FROM 

AUG. 5 17/337.96 

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BATTLE/ LAURIE C STAFF DIR S COUNSEL IP) 17,752-50 

BELCHER/ WILLIAM W MESSENGER (C|, TO OCT. 31 660.72 

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CULLEN, JONMA LYNNE SECRETARY (C| 6/662-10 

FORREST/ MARY S ASSISTANT COUNSEL (P) •• 10/123.08 

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WATTS/ WINIFRED L SECRETARY (C) 7/615.56 

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CARSTARPHEN/ JOHN A CHIEF CLERK S COUNSEL (C) 16/892-91 

DODSON/ EMILY SECRETARY (C) • 6/195-00 

DUCANDER, CHARLES F EXEC DIR CHIEF COUNS (P) 17/752-50 

HAMMILL/ FRANK R/ JR COUNSEL IP) 16/220.22 

ROBERT/ MARY ANN SECRETARY (C) 6/777.51 

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WIL30M, JAMES E, JR TECHNICAL CONSULTANT IP) 15/187.56 

YEAGER/ PHILIP B COUNSEL (P) •••• •••• 16/892-9* 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON STANDARDS OF OFFICIAL CONDUCT 

ALLETT/ ROBERT G SENIOR STAFF MEMBER (C) 16/039-80 

MACKENZIE* MA=?IANN R SECRETARY (CI 8/982*72 

SWANNER* JOHN M STAFF DIRECTOR (P) 17/752-50 

WHITTINGTON/ TEMPIE W ASSISTANT CLERK IC) 1,212-21 

WOLFE/ BENNETT ASST STAFF DIR IP) 11/178-00 



173 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 



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CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (C) < 

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PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER (P) 
CLERK-STENOGRAPHER Id ....... 

PROFESSIONAL AIDE IP) i 

CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (C) i 

STAF~ DIRECTOR (PI i 

COUNSEL (P) i 



$10/ 229.28 
6/ 860.58 

16/ 474.50 

14,617.74 
6/561 "48 

14/617.74 
7/060.02 

17/ 673.84 

16/474.50 



STANDING COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS 



BAKER/ JOHN PATRICK 
BURKETTz FLORENCE U 
BUTLER/ VIRGINIA M 
BYRD/ WILLIAM C 
FITZGERALD/ MARY C 
FULLERTON/ WILLIAM D 
GREENE/ HUGHLON 
HILL/ ROBERT B 
KAGAN/ GRACE G 
KANE/ WILLIAM T 
KELLEY/ JAMES W 
KENDALL/ JUME 
KNEBEL/ JERRY WALKER 
LAMAR/ HA^O.D: T 
LITTLE/ WALTER B 
MARTIN/ JOH^J M/ JR 
PRICE/ ELIZABETH M 
RATLIFF/ VIVIAN JEAN 
SHAVER/ GLORIA 
SINGLETON/ ARTHUR L/ JR 
SONVJETT/ ELIZABETH E 
VALLANCE/ SHIRLEY M 
VANDERSCHAFF/ JUDITH H 
VAZIS/ CARO.E M 
WILBUR/ RICHARD C 



ASST CHIEF COUNSEL (P) 

STAFF ASSISTANT (C) 

STAFF ASST (CI 

STAFF ASST (CI • 

STAFF ASST (CI 

STAFF ASSISTANT (C) 

DOCUMENT CLERK (C) 

PROFESSIONAL ASST (P) 

STAFF ASST (C) 

PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANT (PI ... 

PROF ASSISTANT (PI 

STAFF ASST (CI 

STAFF ASSISTANT (CI/ TO OCT. 2 

PROF ASST (P| 

DOCUMENT CLERK (CI 

CHIEF COUNSEL (CI 

STAFF ASST (CI 

STAFF ASST (C) 

STAFF ASST (CI 

STAFF ASSISTANT (C) 

STAFF ASST (CI 

STAFF ASSISTANT (C) 

STAFF ASSISTANT (C)/ FROM DEC 

STAFF ASST (CI 

MINORITY COUNSEL IP) 



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STANDING COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS 



BERGSTROM/ CARMEN M 

BLUM/ BARBARA B 
B.OLINGz WILLIAM G 
BUHRMAN/ LETA M 
CHOUINARDz GERARD J 
COUPE/ KATHERINE D 
CROSBY/ SAMUEL W 
EHRINGHAUSz PEGGY C 
EVANSz GE0R3E E 
FAIRCHlLDz JIMMY RA> 
FARMERz PAUL V 
FOSTER/ ROBERT B 
GARRETSON/ T R 



CLERK STENOGRAPHER/ FROM JULY 1 TO 

SEPT. 30 3/168.96 

CLERK-STENO/RANK MIN MBR SUBCO 6/337.92 

STAFF ASSISTANT 11/780.22 

CLK-STENO TO SUB-COMM/CH AI RM AN 6/337.92 

CLERICAL ASSISTANT 6/337.92 

CLERK-STENC3RAPHER (MINI 6/337.92 

STAFF ASSISTANT 16z507.32 

CLERK STENOGRAPHER (MIN) 6z337.92 

STAFF ASSISTANT 14z649.66 

CLERK STENOGRAPHER (MIN) 6z337.92 

ASSISTANT EDITOR 8zl40.92 

STAFF ASSISTANT 11/549.64 

CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (MIN) 6z337.92 



174 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 



STANDING COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS 



GARRITY, JOHN M 
GUNNELS* AU9REY A 
GUNSHDWS, DANIEL V 
HAYES* PATRICK M 
HEIBERG, KEITH E 
HICKEY, GEMMA MAUREEN 
HOWE* JAY B 
HUTCHINSOM, PATRICIA 
KEHL, DAVID K 
KlNGFIELD* THOMAS J 
MAINLAND* KEITH F 
MARTIN* WILLIAM EARL 
MCCLURE* JUDITH A 
MEREDITH* MILTON B 
MEYER* GERALD F 
MICHALAK* GARY C 
MILLER* LAWREMCE C 
MIZELLE* DEMPSEY 8 
MORRISOM* B «"NID 
MOYER* ROBER, M 
MURPHY* PETER J* JR 
NEIL* HENRY A* JR 
NICHOLAS* ROBERT C. 
NItLSON* 3YRON S 
PHILIPSBORN* HELEN W 
PLASHAL* JOHN GALVIN 
PRESTON* SAMUEL R 
RASH* RONALD A 
RICH* NAOMI A 
RICHBOURG* DONALD E 
RILEY* MARGARET ANN 
RIZZUTTO* VINCENT 
SADY* FRANCIS W 
SAHLIN* KAREN L 
SHULAW* DALE M 
SILSBY, EARL C 
SKARIN* G HOMER 
SMALLWOOD* MARY H 
SMITH* AUSTIN G 
SPILLAN, HUNTER L 
STEELE* LINDA L 
STRACHEN* JUDITH S 
TATE. FORREST 0* JR 
THOMAS* RANDOLPH 
TURNER* MARGARITA V 
URIAN* GEORGE A 
VOYTKO, CATHERINE M 
WALSH* JOHN F 
WILHELM* EU3ENE B 
WIL30M* PAUL M 
WOOD* THAYER A 



STAFF ASSISTANT 911*549 

STAFF ASSISTANT 15*325 

CLERICAL ASSISTANT 4**44 

CLERK-STENO* TO SEPT. 15 3*697 

CLERK-STENO • ••• 5*170 

CLERK-TYPIST* FROM NOV. 1 978 

STAFF ASSISTANT 16*507 

CLERK-STENOGRAPHER 6*337 

CLK-STENO/RANK MIN MBR SUBCOMM 6*304 

STAFF ASSISTANT 9*072 

STAFF ASSISTANT • 14*649 

CLERK STENOGRAPHER (MINI* TO JULY 31 . 9lO 

CLERK-STENO » 5*464 

SPECIAL ASSISTANT •• 10*259 

CLERK TO THE MINORITY 13*253 

STAFF ASSISTANT 5*843 

EDITOR i 11*780 

STAFF ASSISTANT 9*072 

STAFF ASSISTANT (MINI 9*343 

STAFF ASSISTANT 16*507 

STAFF ASSISTANT 13*671 

STAFF ASST 15,325 

III STAFF ASSISTANT 9*072 

STAFF ASSISTANT* FROM NOV. 1 1*947 

CLERK-STENOGRAPHER •««. 6*173 

STAFF ASSISTANT* FROM NOV. 2 2*077 

STAFF ASSISTANT • • 16*507 

CLERK-STENO SUB/C IND OFF MIN 5*942 

CLERICAL ASSISTANT 6*008 

STAFF ASSISTANT 9*072 

CLERK STENO TO SUB COMM CHRMAN 5*089 

CLERK STENOGRAPHER* FROM JULY 1 6*l6l 

ADM. ASSISTANT • 6*7?7 

CLERK-STENOGRAPHER* FROM AUG. 1 4*2?5 

CLERK-STENOGRAPHER 5*464 

STAFF ASSISTANT 14*649 

STAFF ASSISTANT 16*507 

CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (MAJI 6*337 

CLERICAL ASSISTANT 6*727 

STAFF ASSISTANT 15.*568 

CLERK-STENOGRAPHER* FROM OCT. 1 3*168 

CLERK-STENO (MINI • 4*347 

CLERK STENOGRAPHER* FROM JULY 1 6*337 

MESSENGER 5*138 

CLERK STENOGRAPHER • 6*337 

STAFF ASSISTANT 9*072 

CLERK STENOGRAPHER •• • 6*337 

CLERK STENOGRAPHER •• 6*337 

STAFF ASSISTANT 16,507 

CLERK 5 STAFF DIRECTOR 16,671 

STAFF ASSISTANT 7,402 



175 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

SPECIAL AND MINORITY EMPLOYEES 

BARTLETT, JOE #1 (A) FLOOR ASST TO THE MIN $18,000.00 

80NSELL, WILLIAM R FLOOR ASST TO THE MINORITY 16,045.32 

HARTM4NN, ROBERT T FLOOR ASST TO THE MINORITY 18,000.00 

KENNEDY, WALTER P PAIR CLERK TO THE MINORITY 13, 780.02 

WILLIAMS, JOHN J STAFF DIRECTOR TO THE MINORITY 16,378.08 

WINEBRENNER, TOMMY LEE FLOOR ASST TO THE MINORITY 13,866.30 

DEMOCRATIC STEERING COMMITTEE 

BARRIERE, JOHV E CLERK-DEM STEERING COMM 18,000.00 

VAUGHN, IRIS W ASSISTANT CLERK 7,603*62 

REPUBLICAN CONFERENCE 

BIBBY, JOHN F DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH, TO AUG* 31 4,949.28 

MANN, JAMES E EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, FROM NOV. 1 2,924.44 

ORBEN, ROBERT EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, FROM SEPT. 1 TO 

OCT. 31 ....i 4,002*16 

PHILLIPS, MARTHA H STAFF RESEARCHER CLK STENO 7,603«62 

OFFICE OF THE MAJORITY FLOOR LEADER 



ABLES, JO ANGELA CLERK, TO AUG. 21 

ADAMS, IRIS J CLERK t 

BIGBIE, BASIL R CLERK, TO AUG. 21 • 

CARLETON, DAVID F INTERN CLERK, FROM JULY 20 TO SEPT. 

DALE, WILLIAM C ASST LEGISLATIVE CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 

DERINGER, LINDA JEANNE CLERK, TO AUG. 15 

EAKER, GERA.DINE W CLERK 

GIRVIN, PAULINE CLERK • 

JETER, SHIRLEY CLERK, TO AUG. 22 

LANE, SARA DEAN CLERK, TO AUG. 15 

L.AWTON, JANE E CLERK 

MULVEY, MARIA M CLERK i • 

ROBERTSON, DE30RAH JAN CLERK 

SUPERNAW, SUSAN G CLERK, FROM DEC 21 

UNDERWOOD, NANCY JANE CLERK • 

WALSH, ANNA C CLERK, FROM AUG. 17 TO AUG. 29 

WARD, CHARLES LELAND ADMINISTRATIVE ASST 

WHITE, JAMES ULYSSES, JR CLERK, TO JULY 18 

YOURMAN, HOWARD CLERK t • 





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OFFICE OF THE MINORITY FLOOR LEADER 

FULLER, CLARENCE W, JR ASST LEGISLATIVE CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO 

JULY 31 756.90 

KRUPP, CHARLENE C CLERK • 4,201*80 

MESSERSMITH, NETA C CLERK (STAT) 5,464.56 

MEYER, FRANK ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 18,000.00 

MILTICH, PAUL A PRESS SECRETARY ••• 16,433.46 

OLMAN, MARYELLEN CLERK 3,821.82 

WILLIS, GEORGE W CLERK-MESSENGER 4,934.16 



176 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 



OFFICE OF THE MAJORITY WHIP 

BOGGS, CORINNE C CLERK 56,304.98 

DEBUYS, HARRY D CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 • 3*838.40 

HYMEL, GARY G ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 18,000.00 

KELLY. JEANNA R SECRETARY, FROM AUG* 1 2,436.90 

NICKENS, JAMES T CLERK, TO JULY 31 767.68 

RIVERS, RICHARD R CLERK 7,989.78 

ROSAS, DORIS E SECRETARY 7,5lL28 

OFFICE OF THE MINORITY WHIP 

BURROUGHS, ANN V CLERK 4,549.50 

DUNCAN, JOE SWISHER CLERK, FROM NOV. 19 920.05 

MARKERT, MARGARET H SECRETARY 5,547.42 

PITTS, FLORENCE G CLERK 941.34 

PITTS, WILLIAM R ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 18,000.00 

SPAULDING, MARY M SECRETARY (CLERK) 4, 761.31 

SPRINGER, JAMES H CLERK 88l«82 

THOMAS, ELEANOR C CLERK 1,315.74 

THOMAS, FAITH ANNE E CLERK, FROM JULY 1 3, 450. 12 

MAJORITY AND MINORITY PRINTING CLERKS 

LANKFORD, THOMAS J PRINTING CLERK (MINORITY) 5,465.76 

RAMAGE, DAVID R PRINTING CLERK (MAJORITY) 5,465.76 

OFFICIAL REPORTERS OF DEBATES 

BATTAGLIA, FRANK E CHIEF REPORTER 16,671.36 

BEDELL, DOROTHY E EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 2 7,060.02 

DOUGLASS, BETTY J EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO- 1 7,060.02 

EAGAR, EDWARD R, JR 2ND ASSISTANT CLERK 6,866.24 

GALLAGHER, ANDREW F EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO-6 7,060.02 

GRUBBS, WALTON H EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 7 7,060.02 

HAMMER, VIRGINIA C EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 4 7,060.02 

LEA, JAMES W CLK, OFFICIAL REP OF DEB 10,094.20 

MONTGOMERY, DARRELL L EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 5 7,060.02 

MORSE, WILLIAM L OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 3 16,474.50 

MOYER, EDNA C OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 2 16,474.50 

NEIL, FAYE G EXPERT TRANSCRIBER N0« 3 7,060.02 

RUND, JACK OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 4 16,474.50 

SERLES, JULIAN R, JR OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 5 16,474.50 

SWEENEY, JOSEPH J OFFICIAL REPORTER NO • 1 16,474.50 

TUCKER, CLEVELAND OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 6 16,474.50 

WHITE, EDWARD 1ST ASST CLK, OFF REP OF DEB 7,741.06 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICIAL COMMITTEE REPORTERS 



CANTOR/ ROBERT G OFFICIAL REPORTER #3 815,325.62 

CARR, JOHN I, JR OFFICIAL REPORTER #10 15,325.62 

COCHRAN, R03ERT C OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 7 15,325.62 

DONOCK, MARY JANE EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 2 7,0fc0.02 

DUDLEY, CHARLES C OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 3 15,325.62 

GIMELLI, JOSEPH J OFFICIAL REPORTER NO- 1 15,325.62 

HARDIN, RJTH W EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 6 7,060.02 

HARKINS, 3ARBARA R EXPERT TRANSCRIBER #9 7,060.02 

JOHMSON, ALLENE G EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 4 7,060.02 

LUSHIN, RAYMOND H OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 4 15,325.62 

MCMURRAY, E HOMER CLERK i 8,747.16 

MORGAN, PHYLLIS V EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 7 7,060.02 

ORNSTEIN, ALEXANDER S EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 3 7,060.02 

PAPICH, ANTON, JR OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 6 15,325.62 

SHIRLEY, FRANCIS G EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 1 7,060.02 

STAHL, MARY R EXPERT TRANSCRIBER #10 7,060.02 

TARTARO, ANTHONY F OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 5 15,325.62 

TYNDALL, DOROTHY M EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 8 7,060.02 

VELEY, KARL F OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 2 15,325.62 

VOCE, VIOLET R OFFICIAL REPORTER NO 8 15,325.62 

WEISSMEYER, JOSEPH J EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 5 • 7,060.02 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS 

ANDERSON, CORNELIUS R FIRST ASST DIR-SURVEYS 5 I NV 14,185.98 

DAMERON, JANET L CLERK-SYENO, FROM DEC 6 607.68 

HEIKKINEN, 3ARBARA E STENOGRAPHER, FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 . 1,963«'*'» 

KIRKPATRICK, LEROY R 2ND ASST DIR OF SURVEYS & INV ........ 13,103.*6 

MAY, FRANCES STENOGRAPHER, FROM AUG. 1 5,000.25 

MOHR, PAUL J DIR. OF SURVEYS & INV 15,00l«68 

SAUER, MARY ALICE STENOGRAPHER 6,769.20 

OFFICE OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL 

ADAMS, WILLIAM P ASSISTANT COUNSEL 17,974.41 

CARPER, DAVID B ASSISTANT COUNSEL •• « 17j97*»*1 

CONBOY, MARY FILE CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 AND ASSISTANT 

CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 3, 112.32 

CRA^T, EDWARD LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL 19, 999.98 

CREWS, GRASTY, II ASSISTANT COUNSEL, TO OCT. 31 10,249.44 

FIL30N, LAWRENCE E ASSISTANT COUNSEL 17,974.41 

FREEMAN, LINDA GREY ASSISTANT CLERK •••• 4,831.56 

GIBSON, BETTY L ASSISTANT CLERK 4,246.32 

GSCHEIDLE, MARIANNE J ASSISTANT CLERK 7,591-47 

HALPERT, STJART D LAW ASSISTANT, TO SEPT. 30 AND 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL, FROM OCT. 1 9, 251.85 

HJSSEY, WARD M ASSSISTANT COUNSEL 18,000.00 

MAGGS, R03ERT W, JR LAW ASSISTANT, FROM SEPT. 1 4,458.23 

MCGAHAN, SAMUEL L ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM SEPT. 6 <•* 5,277.58 

MEADE, DAVID E ASSISTANT COUNSEL 13,57*«19 

MOWSON, ROBERT L, JR ASSISTANT COUNSEL •• 17,974.41 

NORDHAUS, ROBERT R ASSISTANT COUNSEL • " 12,407.85 

RICHARDSON, LYNNE ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 1,084.65 

SENGER, J MICHAEL LAW ASSISTANT 7,10l«60 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL 

SKINNER, GEORGE S ASST COUNSEL $17,974.41 

SMITH, SANDRA K ASSISTANT CLERK 5,399.79 

STROSNIDER, HELEN M FROM AUG- 10 TO AUG. 31 685.75 

TAYLOR, SUSAN ALICE STENOGRAPHER, FROM SEPT. 28 TO OCT. 23 849.96 

WEINHAGEN, R03ERT F, JR LAW ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 1 6,785.97 

WILSON, WILLIAM S, JR ASST CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 AND CLERK, 

FROM OCT. 1 9,955-80 

YOUNG, ROGER DONALD ASSISTANT COUNSEL 11,954.82 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE 

BAXLEY, MILDRED P STAFF ASSISTANT 8,073.72 

FARMARCO, DORIS LUCILE STAFF ASSISTANT 5,968.74 

KNEBEL, JOHN A ASSISTANT COUNSEL, FROM JULY 1 13,505.94 

SHAW, MARY a STAFF ASSISTANT 5,968.74 

SWISCHER, DORIS R STAFF ASSISTANT 5,462.99 

WARD, FRED T ASST STAFF CONSULTANT 8,386.20 

WATSON, BERT ALLAN STAFF ASSISTANT 2,8l6.70 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES 

BECK, ROSE C SECRETARY ( " h *l'il 

BOVA, JOYCE C SECRETARY *'* 9 ?*!? 

CANTUS, H HOLLISTER PROF STAFF MBR 8,581-49 

DAVIS, SUZANNA H CLERICAL STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM SEPT. 

28 TO OCT. 15 200-59 

LALLY, JOHN F ASSISTANT COUNSEL 13,107.75 

MOORE, SALLY A SECRETARY • V IK' 11 

08RIEN, THOMAS J PROFESSIONAL STF MBR, FROM AUG. 10 ... 6,985.92 

RANSOM, RICHARD A PROF STAFF MEMBER 12,543.84 

REDDAN, JOHN T M SPECIAL COUNSEL 17,266.74 

SAUNDERS, SAN-ORD T SECURITY OFFICER 6,503-28 

SHORT, WILLIAM B, JR CLERICAL STAFF ASST 7,060.02 

SIMDNDS, AL3ERT R PROF STAFF MEMBER, TO SEPT. 30 2,868.42 

TOLERTON, ADELINE CLERK 5,236.08 

TOMPKINS, KENNETH W CLERICAL STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 80 °*I° 

TROWBRIDGE, DIANE W SECRETARY 3,975.43 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY 

ABRAMS, JEANNE M SECRETARY, TO NOV- 6 3,505.32 

BARNES, RICHARD C ASSISTANT CLERK 7,956.24 

BOYLE, TERRENCE RESEARCH ASST MIN STAFF 7 ' 5 °**f! 

CLARKSON, WANDA JEAN SECRETARY V n ' ll 

CORBETT, MICHAEL T ASST CLERK !'"?'" 

DARISTA, JANE W RESEARCH ASSISTANT 3, "58.10 

DOHERTY, JAMES F COUNSEL ••••# , 3 , of 

DOUGHERTY, DOLORES K ASSISTANT CLERK 7,737.36 

EASTER, CAROLYN A SECRETARY I'lll ,1 

ELEY, PATRICIA A ASSISTANT CLERK <•• *' 77 l'}l 

GELINE, ROBERT J ASSISTANT CLERK ^' 83 *' Q ° 

GLi:K, DAVID COUNSEL = „!!! 

GROSS, GEORGE COUNSEL .•••, 15,670-43 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 



investigating committee on banking and currency 

hechtman, linda asstt clerk ■< 

henderson* laurance g prof staff member 

hightower, emily m secretary 

hitz, helen assistant clerk 

hoff, linda leah secretary 

ireland, casfy minority staff member 

jasin3ki, joseph j prof staff member 

keseckerj mary helen secretary 

kirk, mary e assistant clerk •••• ...., 

kling, 3arbara c minority staff secretary ., 

leary, margaret j secretary 

mcewan, john j, jr housing consultant 

mcmurray, gerald r research associate, to aug. 31 and 

research assistant, from sept. 1 

mitchell, mildred s assistant clerk 

neiman, richard howard assistant clepk 

northup, graham t prof staff mbr 

peabody, 3ayle l secretary, from dec. 3 

rayhawk, margaret l research secretary 

ross, yan michael from july 2 >< 

shoemaker, alicia f minority staff secretary 

smith, catherine m minority secretary 

stabler, Elizabeth prof staff member • 

stockton, peter d h prof. staff member 

tabak, gary counsel 

thurow, lester c professional staff mbr, to aug. 31 ... 

torrance, robert e assistant clerk 

young, doris m assistant clerk 

zuccotti, johm e special counsel, from oct. 1 

investigating committee on the district of columbia 

butler, camille g secretary 

coleman, harriet clerk typistj from july 1 to aug. 31 . 

freedman, patricia clerk typist, to aug. 31 

garner, marcellus c, jr assistant clerk, to july 31 

jackson, charles e assistant clerk, tl aug. 31 

martin, kay a clerk typist, from july 1 to oct- 31 . 

miller, marsha l clerk typist, from july 1 to sept. 30 

payne, michael lewis clerk typist, to aug. 31 

roberts, john arbor assistant clerk, from july 17 to july 

22 

TURLEY, WHITNEY L CLERK 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR 

ALLEMAND, JANET SECRETARY 

ANDERSON, JEANNINE M SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 

ANDRINGA, ROBERT C MIN PROF STAFF ASSISTANT 

ANSHELES, CAROLE J ASSISTANT CLERK, TO AUG. 14 AND FROM 

DEC. 15 

BALDWIN, GOLDIE A LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT 

BARKER, DEAN GREGORY ASSISTANT CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

BATCHELDER, SHELDON J RESEARCH ASST MIN, TO SEPT. 12 



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180 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR 



BEAUM 
BEREN 
BOWEN 
BROYH 
BURNS 
BURSL 
CABLE 
CAMPB 
CHIRI 
CLARK 
COR ME 
CORMW 
DRYDE 
DUFFY 
DUNCA 
DURST 



ONT, JEUMESSE M 

S, DONALD F 

, LORETTA A 

ILL* BROWARDINE [ 

TEIN* MARK 

EY, PHILIP 

, WILLIAM H 

ELL, GLENDA DELL 

BOGA, NO?MA P 

, AL3ERT EDWIN* . 

TTj ELIZABETH A 

ELL, LELIA T 

N, STEVEN J 

* HUGH G 
N* JACK G 

* ROBERT L 



DUTCHER* CHARLES K 

EFFRON* ANDREW S 
ELIEL* RUTH L 
ELLIOTT* CARL 
ENGEL* MARGERY H 
FEEMEY, RICHARD E 
FIELDS* ADRIENNE 
FINKE, LOJISE W 
FOGARTY, MARY 
GARRETT, THADDEU3, JR 

GASKINS* EYDIE 
GERBER, THOMAS J 
GERHARDT, ANITA M 
GIBBONS* KATHERINE C 
GILLESPIE* MARY K 
GORDON* SCOTT LHORMER 

GREEN3ERG* DAMIEL A 
HEDDEN* JAMES C 
HEERLEIM, CRAWFORD C 
HENDERSON* WILL 
HIR3CH* SHARLENE P 
HOGAN* HA3RY J 

HOROWITZ* ARLENE 

IMMERMAN* TONI RITA 
JENNINGS* JOHM F 
JOHNSON* THOMAS EDWARD 
KATZ* RONALD L 
KEENEY* THOMAS C 

KELSEY* SETH J 
KIRKGASLER* SALLY K 
KISLA* ALEXANDRA J 
KRIVIT* DANIEL H 
LAVOR* MARTIN L 



CLERK 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 

SECRETARY • • » •• • 

SECRETARY (MINI* FROM DEC 1 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT* TO AUG. 31 •• 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT* TO AUG. 31 

LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT* FROM JULY 30 .. 

SECRETARY* TO JULY 26 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT* FROM SEPT. 1 

RESEARCH ASST* TO SEPT. 4 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASST 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 

ASSISTANT CLERK* TO AUG. 31 

FROM DEC. 1 

COUNSEL 

MIN. RESEARCH ASST.* TO JULY 31 AND 

FROM AUG. 5 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT* FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT* FROM NOV" 1 

ASST CLERK* TO AUG" 31 *. 

CONSULTING COUNSEL* FROM AUG. 1 

RESEARCH ASST* TO OCT. 16 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT* FROM DEC" 1 

CLERK 

SECRETARY* MINORITY 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT* FROM OCT. 1 

MINORITY RESEARCH ASST* FROM AUG. 1 TO 

AUG. 31 

ADMIN. ASSISTANT 

ASSISTANT CLERK* FROM NOV. 1 

MIN. RESEARCH ASST 

RESEARCH ASST* FROM SEPT* 1 

ASSISTANT CLERK* TO SEPT. 30 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT* FROM JULY 6 TO 

JULY 31 

EDUCATION SPECIALIST* FROM JULY 20 ... 

RESEARCH ASST.* FROM NOV* 1 

MINORITY CLERK 

ASST CLERK* MINORITY 

EDUCATION SPECIALIST* FROM DEC. 1 .... 
COUNSEL* TO NOV. 30 AND LEGAL COUNSEL* 

FROM DEC- 1 

STAFF ASSISTANT* TO JULY 31 AND * FROM 

AUG. 5 

ASSISTANT CLERK 

COUNSEL • 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT* FROM DEC" 1 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT* FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT* FROM OCT. 1 

RESEARCH ASST 

CLERK • 

COUNSEL .. . • 

MIN LEGISLATIVE COORDINATOR 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR 



LEAHYi LILLIAN D SECRETARY/ FROM SEPT- 1 

LJNDSEY/ JOYCE CAROL SECRETARY/ FROM SEPT. 21 TO OCT. 31 

AND SECRETARY IMIN)/ FROM NOV. 1 

LIPPMAN, S G SPECIAL COUNSEL AND FROM JULY 1 

LLOYD-JONES/ DAVID A RESEARCH ASSISTANT/ FROM AUG* 1 TO 

OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC 17 

MILLS/ SHIRLEY R SECRETARY 

NELSON/ MARCIA SUE RESEARCH ASST/SPEC/L ABOR 

NICHOLAKIS/ EFFIE ASSISTANT CLERK/ TO AUG. 24 

NINDMIYA/ RICKI LYNN RESEARCH ASSISTANT/ TO JULY 31 AND 

FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

PHILLIPS/ WILLIAM G STAFF DIRECTOR/ TO NOV. 30 

PINKARD/ DAVID ASST CLERK/ TO AUG. 21 

POLLITT. DANIEL H SPECIAL COUNSEL/ FROM OCT. 1 

POLLITT/ DANIEL R RESEARCH ASSISTANT/ TO AUG. 15 AND 

SPECIAL COUNSEL/ FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 

30 

PUTNAM, DAVID S STAFF AS3T TO THE ASSOC GEN.C 

REMINGTON/ THOMAS F ASST CLERK 

RIDILLA/ JOHN T ASSISTANT CLERK/ TO JULY 23 

RISDON/ ANNE WM ASST CLERK/ TO AUG. 31 

ROBINSON/ ERNEST ASSISTANT CLERK/ TO AUG. 31 

RODRIGUEZ/ SILVIA J SECRETARY/ MINORITY/ TO JULY 31 AND 

FROM AUG. 5 • 

ROMANO/ CATHERINE R SECRETARY 

ROSPENDOWSKI/ MARY ANN SECRETARY 

RUDOY/ DEAN W RESEARCH ASSISTANT/ TO AUG. 31 

SANDLER/ BERNICE EDUCATION SPECIALIST/ FROM AUG. 1 .... 

SCHOTT/ PETER ASSISTANT CLERK/ FROM DEC 1 

SEARS// WALTER J/ III RESEARCH ASSISTANT/ TO AUG. 31 

SHEPHERD/ CATHIE SUE ASSISTANT CLERK/ TO SEPT. 21 

SHERMAN/ MICHAEL D ASSISTANT CLERK/ TO AUG. 7 

SHULER, MARY L SECRETARY 

SHUPP/ BETTY L CLERK TYPIST 

STEIN/ MARY LEE RESEARCH ASSISTANT/ FROM OCT* 1 TO 

OCT. 31 AND fROM NOV. 1 

STRUNK/ DOROTHY L ADM. ASST. TO MIN. CLERK 

THOMSON/ JEANNE E LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT 

TYLER/ NANCY J JUNIOR RESEARCHER/ TO SEPT. 30 

UESATO, PHILIP S ASSISTANT CLERK/ FROM SEPT. 1 

VAGLEYz ROBERT E DIRECTOR 

WARREN/ JOHN EVERETT JUNIOR RESEARCHER 

WILKIE/ CURTIS CARTER ASSISTANT CLERK/ FROM NOV. 17 TO DEC 

15 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS 

BENSON/ MELVIN STAFF CONSULTANT ••• 

BIERMAN, EVERETT E STAFF CONSULTANT 

BRADY/ JOHN J/ JR STAFF CONSULTANT 

COWELL/ KENNETH W CLERICAL ASSISTANT/ FROM OCT. 1 

GALLAGHER/ DIANE CLERICAL ASSISTANT 

KREMPOSKYz ALBERT F SPECIAL ASST/ TO AUG. 31 • 

NAGLE/ BEVERLY SPECIAL ASSISTANT/ FROM JULY 1 TO 

SEPT. 30 ...» 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS 



PEAK* PAULA L STAFF ASSISTANT 

PEDEN, NANCY C STAFF ASST • # 

SMITH, JEAN ELIZABETH STAFF ASSISTANT •••• 

SPARKS/ RAY STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM NOV. 20 

SULLIVAN, JOHN H STAFF CONSULTANT 

VANBRUAENE, MICHAEL M SPECIAL ASSISTANT, TO AUG- 31 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS 

ABBOTT, ANNIE M SECRET ARY, SPEC STUDIES SUB/C 

ARMSTRONG, CLARA K RESEARCH ASST SP INVEST STAFF 

AUGLIERE, VINCENT J CHIEF, FOREIGN OPERATIONS 

BAKER, MABEL COLLIER STAFF MEMBER 

BARASH, PETER S LEG ASST SPEC STUDIES SUBCOMM 

BAYNARD, ERNEST C STAFF ADMINISTRATOR 

BODECKER, ELIZABETH J SECRETARY 

BOSSOM, STUART ERWIN LEGAL ASSISTANT 

CALDERONE, GILDA K CLERK » 

CASH, CATHERINE S SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 

CLESNER, HE3SCHEL F COUNSEL, SPEC STUDIES SUB/C 

CORNISH, NORMAN G PROF STF MBR FOREIGN OPR & GOV 

DAHLIN, DOUGLAS G STAFF ATTORNEY-MIL- OPER 

DAVIS, LAJRENCE A ASSISTANT COUNSEL 

DIN3M0RE, F CLEMENT LEGAL ASSISTANT 

DODSON, JOHN L CLERICAL STAFF 

DOTY, RALPH T CLERICAL STAFF 

FINLEY, ROBERT MICHAEL PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER 

FINNEGAN, DAVID B ASSISTANT COUNSEL 

FREED, LOJIS I STAFF ADMINISTRATOR 

GOLDBERG, DELPHIS C PROF STAFF MEMBER 

GOLDHAMMER, GILBERT S CONSULTANT, FROM JULY 1 

HARRISON, IRA WARREN LEGAL ASSISTANT •••• 

HARTKE, CATHERINE L STENOGRAPHER • 

HENDERSON, ELMER W COUNSEL .•••■ • 

HIGGINBOTHAM, LYNNE CLERK STENOGRAPHER • 

INDRITZ, PHINEAS COUNSEL ..••• • 

INTRIAGO, CHARLES A ASST COUNSEL 

JARVIS, MARILYN F STENOGRAPHER 

JOHMSON, NANCY R STENOGRAPHER, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 . 

JOHNSON, VERONICA B CLERK • 

JONES, WILLIAM MARK COUNSEL ..••• • 

KOEBERLEIN, CATHERINE RESEARCH ASSISTANT 

KRESHTOOL, ALAN INVESTIGATOR 

LUMAN, JOSEPH C DEFENSE ANALYST • 

MATTESON, JACK PROF STF MBR FOREIGN OPR GOV I 

MCGETTIGAN, MICHAEL INVESTIGATOR, TO OCT. 31 

MOORE, WILEEN STENOGRAPHER, FROM JULY 1 

MYERS, MARTHA M STENOGRAPHER, FROM JULY 1 

MYERS, MILLICENT Y CLERK-LEG" & MON» AFFAIRS 

NAUGHTON, JAMES R COUNSEL 

QUANDER, DIANNE W STENOGRAPHER, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

REEL, IRMA CLERK, TO JULY 31 • 

RIDGELY, JOHN PAUL INVESTIGATOR 

ROSENBAUM, KATHRYN MCQ CLERK STENOGRAPHER 

SAUNDERS, THOMAS H MINORITY STF MBR 



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SCHEIBER, JOSEPHINE RESEARCH ANAVLST 

STEPHENS; C DON RESEARCH ANALYST r... 

TERRY, BEBE B CLERK STENOGRAPHER 

TURK, FRANCES M STENOGRAPHER 

VANCE, DOROTHY M STENOGRAPHER, FROM SEPT. 21 

VANDER3ILT, MARJORIE W SECRETARY ...t 

WAS3ERMAN, JACOB N COUNSEL • 

WHITTIN3T0N, HAROLD F PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER 

WITTER, CHARLES P STF MBR SPEC STUDIES SUB COMM 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON HOUSE ADMINISTRATION 

ADE.MAN, CATHERINE ANN ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM JULY 1 

DAMECOURT, JOHN C STAFF DIRECTOR 

FOSTER, THOMAS S, SR ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 

GREEN, GWENDA R ASST CLERK •« 

HART, THOMAS J PRINTING CLERK 

HOLES, JUDITH KAY ASSISTANT CLERK (C) 

HONICK, ERIC ASSISTANT CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND FROM 

SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 19 

LEE, R MARILYN ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM DEC 1 

MATTSON, MARY SUSAN ASSISTANT CLERK 

MEYER, SYLVAI ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 

31 

MILLER, MELVIN M MINORITY CLERK 

PADDEN, JOHN P ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM DEC 19 ...;... 

PERRY, RANDALL ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM JULY 27 TO AUG. 

31 

SCRUGGS, PAULA J ASST CLERK •■ • 

TANGRETTI, THOMAS A PRINTING CLERK • 

VARGAS, JUDITH LEONARD MINORITY SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 .... 

WEINBLATT, STUART G ASSISTANT CLERK, TO OCT. 31 

WILSON, EVELYN HANGE ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM DEC 1 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSULAR AFFAIRS 

BECKER, MAR3TDN L PRINTING CLERK 

CASEY, JIM T CONSULTANT ON IRRIG/RECLAM 

GADDIS, EDWARD MESSENGER 

PEARL, MILTON A SPECIAL COUNSEL/PUBLIC LANDS* FROM 

DEC 23 

WADDELL, MIRIAM L CLERK • 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON INTERNAL SECURITY 

APPELL, VICTORIA R CLERK, TO JULY 31 

BECK, MARTHA MOON INFORMATION CLASSIFIER, FROM NOV. 1 . 

BIGGERSTAFF, MARGIE D SECRETARY 

BONNEVILLE, CHARLES L INVESTIGATOR, FROM DEC 26 

BUTLER, DANIEL ASSISTANT DOCUMENT CLERK 

CHAPMAN, MARY JO CLERK STENOGRAPHER 

COIL, S JANICE SECRETARY 

CONE, HARRY T INFORMATION CLASSIFIER, TO SEPT. 2 .. 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 



INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON INTERNAL SECURITY 

DANIELS/ SUSAN KAY INFORMATION ANALYST ...., 

DOYLE, FLORENCE B CLERK STENOGRAPHER 

EDINGER, ELIZABETH L EDITOR 

EPSTEIN, ROCHELLE E CLERK TYPIST, TO AUG. 31 

FARLEY, ELLEN N CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 11 

FERRY, DANIEL R ASST COUNSEL 

GALLAGHER, JAMES L RESEARCH ANALYST i 

GERBEC, RJTH ANN INFORMATION CALSSIFIER , 

HURWITZ, ISDBEL INFORMATION CLASSIFIER , 

IVORY, LEO WILLIAM, JR ASST DOCUMENTS CLERK , 

JAECK, DORIS R INFORMATION ANALYST , 

JAMES, MILDRED V CLERK TYPISTS 

KELLER, JOAN L CLERK STENOGRAPHER, FROM JULY 1 TO 

OCT. 31 AND SECRETARY, FROM NOV- 1 •< 

KING, V BERNICE INVESTIGATOR, FROM NOV. 16 , 

KOHLHORST, GAIL L INFORMATION CLASSIFIER, TO OCT. 31 . 

LEWIS, JOHN F COORDINATING EDITOR , 

MASIND, VIRGINIA RECEPTIONIST i 

MCCONNON, B R, JR INVESTIGATOR c 

MEDINA, ELIZABETH BAKER SECRETARY, TO OCT. 16 , 

MUFFLEY, DAVID E, JR DOCUMENT CLERK i 

ONTRICH, MAUREEN P INFORMATION ANALYST , 

PFAFF, ALMA T RESEARCH ANALYST i 

PIXLEY, PEGGY F EDITORIAL CLERK i 

POOLE, WILLIAM T RESEARCH ANALYST 

POOS, ROBERT RESEARCH ANALYST 

POTT, STUART INVESTIGATOR i 

POULTON, MARTHA C CLERK TYPIST, FROM NOV. 1 , 

RANDOLPH, JOSEPHINE S CLERK STENOGRAPHER i 

ROLLINS, AUDREY L SECRETARY 

ROMERSTEIN, HERBERT INVESTIGATOR 

ROMINES, S H ASSISTANT COUNSEL • - 

RUSSELL, KAREN SUE INFORMATION CLASSIFIER , 

RUTLEDGE, JEAN W SECRETARY, TO AUG. 1* i 

SCHULTZ, RICHARD L ASSOC CHIEF COUNSEL, TO JULY 31 ....< 

SHAW, RICHARD A INVESTIGATOR ..." • 

SIMMONS, THOMAS Q INVESTIGATOR, TO JULY 31 , 

SPIRT, LINDA E CLERK STENOGRAPHER 

STRATTON, JOHN N INVESTIGATOR, FROM DEC 27 

SWEENY, BAR3ARA C CLERK STENOGRAPHER • 

WETTERMAN,' NEIL E INVESTIGATOR, TO NOV. 30 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE 

BARRETT, MICHAEL F, JR ATTORNEY •••• 

BERRY, LEWIS E, JR MINORITY COUNSEL 

BRODER, JAMES F SPECIAL ASSISTANT 

BULLARD, 3ARBARA L CLERICAL ASST, MlN 

CHALEW, STUART ALAN CLERICAL ASST, TO JULY 18 

CONNOR, JAMES R STAFF ASSISTANT 

DINKINS, ELEANOR A CLERICAL ASSISTANT 

DRUHAN, WILLIAM T STAFF ASST/I NVESTI GATI ONS 

DUBIND, HELEN M STAFF ASST, MIN 

EASTMAN, ELIZABETH A CLERICAL ASSISTANT 

FAWCETT, CHRISTINE M CLERICAL ASST (MIN), TO OCT. 31 .... 



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FOCHT, THEODORE H SPECIAL COUNSEL • • SI*, 337 

GLENN, JAMES T STAFF ASSISTANT 11,672 

GOSSETT, LUCY M CLERICAL ASST 6,001 

GRAHAM, WALTER J, JR STAFF ASSISTANT 11,672 

HART, THOMAS D LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, FROM DEC. 1 ... 1,7*7 

KELLEY, JOSEPH T MESSENGER, TO SEPT. 14 1,090 

KELLY, JAMES P CHIEF INVESTIGATOR 13,292 

KUHN, F MARTIN STAFF ASSISTANT 11,672 

LEBBON, ANNE P CLERICAL ASST, FROM JULY 1* 3,635 

LISHMAN, ROBERT w CHIEF COUNSEL/ IN VEST IG AT IONS, TO NOV. 

30 14,793 

MANELLI, DANIEL J ATTORNEY/INVESTIGATIONS 13,292 

MCCARTHY, VIOLET M CLERICAL ASSISTANT 5,?97 

MCMULLEN, DARLENE G CLERICAL ASSISTANT MIN 3,805 

MOSHER, RUSSELL D STAFF AS5T/I NVESTI GATI ONS 4,942 

NACHLAS, MAJRICE CLERICAL ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 20 TO 

AUG. 25 600 

PAOLA, ELIZABETH G CLERICAL ASST/ IN VEST IG AT IONS 6,717 

RAABE, MARK J ATTORNEY 11, 94* 

REBEIN, ROBERT L STAFF ATTORNEY 13,292 

SHUMAKER, DENNIS C CLERICAL ASSISTANT, FROM SEPT. 1 2,337 

SMETHURST, BENJAMIN M SPECIAL ASSISTANT 13,292 

TAYLOR, MICHAEL A STAFF ASST 11,672 

TRETTER, DIANE R CLERICAL ASST IMlN), FROM NOV. 1 1,470 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY 

BELL, JOANNE E CLERICAL STAFF 3,602 

CHELLMAN, PEARL L CLERICAL STAFF 4,50l 

CONAFAY, STEPHEN R CLERICAL STAFF, TO AUG. 28 665 

FARIS, JAMES J COUNSEL • 9,285 

FENTON, PAUL S ASSOCIATE COUNSEL 7,001 

FOGT, HOWARD W, JR ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, FROM JULY 1 8,006 

FORTI, WILLIAM B ECONOMIST ••• 10,745 

FRAGOMEN, AJSTIN T, JR ASSISTANT COUNSEL, TO OCT. 12 3,963 

GAFFNEY, MARY SHEA CLERICAL STAFF 4,379 

HAARDT, ALMA B CLERICAL STAFF •••• 6,008 

HUTTON, WILLIAM THOMAS ASSISTANT COUNSEL 6,403 

JOHNSON, JANE F CLERICAL 3,9/5 

KAPLAN, KATHERINE L CLERICAL STAFF 4,673 

KELEMONICK, MICHAEL CLERICAL STAFF 6,337 

MCGRADY, FLORENCE T CLERICAL STAFF 6,337 

MOOMEY, THOMAS E ASSISTANT COUNSEL 6,835 

POLK, FRANKLIN G ASSOCIATE COUNSEL 12,504 

SOURWINE, MARY G CLERICAL STAFF 5,613 

TISCHBEIN, ANNELIE E CLERICAL STAFF 3,975 

VANCE, LOJIS S MESSENGER 4,452 

WERBACK, ROSALIE C CLERICAL STAFF, TO NOV. 14 2,568 

WIN3LDW, JOHN F ASSISTANT COUNSEL 7,838 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON MERCHANT MARINE AND FISHERIES 

BARNES, NORMAN MICHAEL INVESTIGATOR 4,779.12 

CASEY, RA.PH E SPECIAL COUNSEL 17,752.50 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 



INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON MERCHANT MARINE AND FISHERIES 

CLINGAN, THOMAS A/ JR COUNSEL* TO AUG. 31 

DICKERSON, PAULINE M SECRETARY 

KIRCHENBAUER, DIANE G SECRETARY • •! • 

SUMMERSj LUCYE L SECRETARY 

WATT, DONALD A EDITOR i 

WATT, RONALD ASSISTANT CLERK 

WOJCIK, JANE C SECRETARY 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON POST OFFICE AND CIVIL SERVICE 

BARTON, RICHARD STF. A SST/POSI TI ON CLASS SUB/C 

BATES, KATHRYN E SECRETARY ••• 

BEBICK, jOAvl E SECRETARY 

BORGER, DEANNE L SECRETARY .«t • 

BROWN, LORRAINE L SECRETARY 

CIARAVELLA, JO ANN SECRETARY 

COULTRAP, RAY H STAFF ASST. MIN. ••• 

DAVIS, STEWART A ATTORNEY .... 

DEVLIN, RALPH J STAFF ASST/RET, I NS< HB SUB/C 

DOWD, MAUREEN B INTERN, TO AUG« 31 • 

FISHER, MITCHELL J TO AUG. 16 

FUCHS, THOMAS SUMMER INTERN, TO SEPT. 7 

FUSSELL, GLENDA J FROM JULY 8 TO OCT. 31 

GABUSI, JOHN STAFF ASSISTANT 

GOULD, GEORGE B STAFF ASST 

GREEN, THELMA ROSS SECRETARY 

GRIFFITH, THOMAS BEALL SUMMER INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

HARDING, DE.OIS SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 7 AND FROM NOV. 16 

HIGGINS, MICHAEL A SUMMER INTERN, TO SEPT. 15 

HITCHCOCK, JOHN E SUMMER INTERN, TO AUG. 31 

HOWARD, ALTON M PRINTING EDITOR 

KENNEDY, THOMAS R STAFF ASSISTANT • 

LLOYD, MAX T STAFF ASST, POSTAL PATES SUBC 

MAGINNIS, MARY ELLEN SUMMER INTERN, TO AUG. 31 

MARMON, VICTOR IRA SUMMER INTERN, TO AUG. 16 

MILLER, W KENNETH SUMMER INTERN, TO AUG. 31 

MYERS, LOIS G SECRETARY 

NAPIER, MARGARET G SECRETARY 

OHARE, MARY V SUMMER INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

PALMER, FRED RESEARCH ASSISTANT 

PENDLETON, MA'IA R DOCUMENT CLERK 

PETERS, DOROTHY L STAFF ASSISTANT 

POTTS, LOREN CHRISTI SUMMER INTERN, FROM JULY 20 TO AUG. 31 

QUIGLEY, MICHAEL A SUMMER INTERN, TO AUG. 31 

RAYMOND, ANTHONY JOHN STAFF ASST MIN • 

RUTAN, JEANNE SUMMER CLERICAL ASSISTANT, TO SEPT. 5 

SNIPES, JUSTINE P SECRETARY • • 

STRICKLAND, ELIZABETH M SUMMER INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

SULLIVAN, MARY K SECRETARY, FROM AU8. 1 TO NOV. 30 .... 

WARD, SARA L SECRETARY • 

WILLISS, DONNA LINN SECRETARY 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS 



BECKMAN, FREDERICK S, JR CLERICAL ASST, TO AUG. 31 

BRAYER, NANCY HELEN STAFF ASSISTANT 

CLEMENTS/ PEGGY LYNN STAFF ASSISTANT 

CONSTANDY, JOHN P ASST CHIEF COUNSEL • 

CONWAY, MARYANN STAFF ASSISTANT 

DAMICD, SALVATORE J ASSOCIATE COUNSEL 

DOWNIE, MARTHA E MINORITY STAFF ASSISTANT 

GANUN, AGNES M STAFF ASSISTANT 

GAUGHAN, ROSEMARI E STAFF ASSISTANT 

GILBERTi SHELDON S MINORITY STF ASST 

HARRISON, STUART M STAFF ASSISTANT 

HAY, BETTY STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM SEPT. 1 

HILBER, SARA E MINORITY STAFF ASST 

ITALIANO, JOSEPH A EDITORIAL ASST •••• 

KEENEY, KATHRYN M CHIEF CLERK 

KNIGHTEN, SHIRLEY R STAFF ASSISTANT 

KOPECKY, 3E3RGE M CHIEF INVESTIGATOR 

LAWRENCE, ROBERT G ASSOCIATE COUNSEL 

LOOSIER, EMILY 9 STAFF ASSISTANT 

LORENZ, CARL J, JR ASSOCIATE COUNSEL 

MAGUIRE, PATRICIA CLERICAL ASSISTANT 

MARSHALL, ROBERT G CLERK, FROM SEPT* 1 

MAY, WALTER R CHIEF COUNSEL 

OHARA, JOHN P ASSOCIATE COUNSEL 

PEET, RICHARD C ASST MIN COUNSEL 

PETERSON, AUGUSTA P SUBCOMMITTEE CLERK 

RUPERT, MILDRED E STAFF ASSISTANT, TO JULY 31 

SIMMS, HARVEY C, JR CLERICAL ASSISTANT/ FROM JULY 1 .... 

SPENCE, ROBERT F SUBCOMMITTEE CLERK 

VAN3AMT, CYNTHIA J STAFF ASSISTANT • 

WARREN, AJDREY GLENN SUBCOMMITTEE CLERK 

WILLIAMS, LINDA L MIN STAFF ASST 

WILLSE, SHERMAN S PROFESSIONAL STF MBR 

YATES, PAUL R S PROF STF MBR MIN 

YOUMANS, ER.A S STAFF ASSISTANT MIN 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND ASTRONAUTICS 

BOOME, WILFRED H TECHNICAL CONSULTANT 

CASHMAN, KIERAN U SECRETARY 

DICKINSON, PHILIP P TECHNICAL CONSULTANT 

FELDMAN, GEORGE J, JR CLERICAL ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 13 

GIROUX, FRANCIS J CLERK, FROM JULY 1 

GOULD, HARO.Di A TECHNICAL CONSULTANT 

HINES, RICHARD PAUL STAFF CONSULTANT •■ 

KERNAN, ELIZABETH S SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH ASST 

NICHOLS, K GUILD, JR STAFF CONSULTANT 

OFFUTT, WILLIAM L MINORITY STAFF, FROM NOV. 23 

OUIGLEY, DENIS C PUBLICATIONS CLERK* FROM JULY 1 .... 

RATCH?ORD, J THOMAS SCIENCE CONSULTANT 

REES, MARTHA N SECRETARY 

ROSE, JAMES A, JR MINORITY STAFF, TO AUG. 15 

SHOWERS, VICTOR MINORITY STAFF, FROM SEPT. 9 TO OCT. 

SHULLAW, RICHARD K ASST PUBLICATIONS CLERK, TO DEC. 12 

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INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND ASTRONAUTICS 

TRACHTA, STANLEY J MINORITY STAFF, FROM AUG" 16 TO AUGt 

31 t • $972.08 

WELLS, WILLIAM 3/ JR TECH CONSULTANT 12,890.40 

SELECT C01MITTEE ON CRIME 

ABRAMOWITZ, ELKAN SPECIAL COUNSEL, TO JULY 2 

ABRAM3, STEPHEN N PRESS ASSISTANT 

ADAMS, WESTON ASSOCIATE COUNSEL 

ALLEN, STUART R CHIEF INVESTIGATOR 

BASS, AVANELL K OFFICE MANAGER 

BEDELL, LEROY C, JR INVESTIGATOR 

BONDY, BEVERLY SECRETARY 

CAMERON, ARTHUR E ASSOC COUNSEL, ASST TO CHAIRMAN, TO 

SEPT. 30 •••• 

CANTY, MARIAN SECY TO THE CHAIRMAN 

COLLISON, FREDERICK B INVESTIGATOR 

CORRELL, ALLIENE E FILE CLERK, TO NOV. 6 

CRIBBEN, JOSEPH M REPORTS OFFICER 

DORY, ELSWORTH D INVESTIGATOR 

DOWNEY, MARY FAYE SECRETARY 

DURAN, LINA MABEL SECY TO THE CHAIRMAN 

EDWARDS, HAZEL K SECRETARY 

FLEMING, R03ERT H INFORMATION DIRECTOR, TO NOV. * 

GALVANI, PAJL B SPECIAL COUNSEL, TO JULY 31 

GERSON, ROBERTA S SECRETARY TO THE CHIEF COUNSEL 

GOULART, MARY M FINANCE OFFICER 

HASTINGS, DEBORAH RESEARCH ASSISTANT 

HESTER, PATRICIA C SECRETARY 

HIGH, LAKE E, JR RESEARCHER, TO OCT. 15 • 

KANE, JOHN F HEARINGS OFFICER, TO DEC" 10 

LORMAN, ALVIN J INVESTIGATOR ••• • 

MADDEN, RAPHAEL J RESEARCH ASSISTANT 

OVERBY, ALBERT W, JR ASSOCIATE COUNSEL 

PERIT3, PAUL L CHIEF COUNSEL 

PETIT, MICHAEL D PRESS OFFICER, TO NOV. 30 AND FROM 

DEC 5 t 

POORE, MARY G SECRETARY «.t 

RADDING, ANDREW ASSISTANT COUNSEL 

REIDA, L T ASSOCIATE CHIEF COUNSEL 

ROONEY, PAUL < SPECIAL COUNSEL, TO JULY 3 

SANDEL, ALBERTA SECRETARY 

SCHAUER, MARGARET M SECY-RESEARCH ASSISTANT 

SHULMAN, ARNOLD G ASSISTANT COUNSEL/ TO OCT. 31 

SOUTHERLAND, JAMES F EXECJTIVE DIRECTOR 

SELECT C01MITTEE ON THE HOUSE RESTAURANT 

CAMPBELL, THOMAS J STAFF DIRECTOR •••• 8,481.66 

CROWE, JUDY A SECRETARY • 3, 419.37 





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TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

SELECT COMMITTEE ON SMALL BUSINESS 



CARPENTER/ MARGARET L SECRETARY MINORITY 

DRI3GERS, SUSAN E SECRETARY 

FINN, JOHN M MINORITY COUNSEL/ FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 

30 AND ASST MINORITY COUNSEL' FROM 
OCT. 1 

FOUTCH, MYRTLE RUTH CLERK 

FOWKES, CAROLE ANN SECRETARY 

GOLDEN, ROGER M ASSISTANT MINORITY COUNSEL, FROM JULY 

1 TO SEPT. 30 

GOULD, JUSTINUS COUNSEL 

GRAVES, SUSAN B STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 1 

GREEN3ERG, HOWARD RESEARCH CONSULTANT, TO JULY 31 AND 

STAFF DIRECTOR, FROM AUG* 1 

HOUSEWRIGHT, WILMA H SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 

JACQUES, 3RYAN H STAFF DIRECTOR, TO JULY 31 

KEEL, WILLIAM A. JR RESEARCH ANALYST 

LEMOV, MICHAEL R CONSULTANT, FROM OCT. 1 

OCONNOR, CHARLES E GENERAL COUNSEL 

ODEN, THOMAS J COUNSEL 

OROURKE, JOANNA G SECRETARY • 

OWENS, MARY EILEEN CLERK-TYPIST 

PARRISH, EMILIA E SECRETARY, FROM SEPT" 1 

PAYNE, CLIFFORD E, JR STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM SEPT. 1 

PENNINGTON, LESLIE R PRINTING EDITOR, FROM NOV. 1 

RAVENEL, MELISSA L SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 13 

ROBINSON, HENRY A COUNSEL • 

ROE, DONALD B COUNSEL 

ROMANESK, BERNADETTE STAFF AS3T, MIN 

SANTORO, CHRISTINE A SECRETARY • 

SANTORO, DONNA M SECRETARY 

WALKER, ROBERT MICHAEL STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM SEPT. 1 

WELLS, LINDA KAY SECRETARY 

WERTHEIMER, FRED MINORITY COUNSEL, FROM OCT. 1 

WILKINSON, MARLYN SECRETARY 

SELECT C01MITTEE ON SOUTHEAST ASIA 

HARKIN, THOMAS R STAFF INVESTIGATOR, TO JULY 6 

MOORE, RE3ECCA D STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 

31 

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DESIMONE, EMILY SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 

ETHIER, MARIETTA M CLERK, FROM AUG. 11 

GILDEA, MARY AGNES RECEPTIONIST, FROM OCT. 1 

MCGARRY, JOHN WARREN CHIEF COUNSEL, FROM AUG. 5 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON VETERANS" AFFAIRS 

FLETCHER, HELEN LEE CLERK STENOGRAPHER 

GILLIAM, VANCE L RECORDS CLERK 

GRAVES, CANDIS LEE CLERK-STENOGRAPhER 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON VETERANS' AFFAIRS 

HOWARD, PHILIP E INVESTIGATOR S14, 521-80 

LOVE, RUSSELL L INTERN, TO SEPT. 15 1,251.20 

MCHONE, MICHAEL A CLERK-MESSENGER, TO AUG. 31 989-5? 

POWELSON, AUDREY A CLERK STENOGRAPHER 5,170.80 

SCHULBERG, LISA RAE CLERK STENOGRAPHER, TO SEPT. 30 1,266.85 

WILTON, PATRICIA J CLERK STENOGRAPHER 5,170.80 

MISCELLANEOUS 

BROOKS, ROGER C CHAUFFEUR 6,976.93 

FISCHER, JOSEPH LAW REVISION COUNSEL 16,033.4b 

FRAZIER, RICHARD D CHAUFFEUR 6,976.92 

GOUDELOCK, VERA CLERK STENOGRAPHER, FROM JULY 1 7,805.10 

HARKINS, KENNETH R COUNSEL 16,474.50 

KOCH, CHARLES H COPY PREPARER, TO JULY 31 1,356.82 

NICKENS, GEORGE IRVIN CHAUFFEUR 6,976.92 

SHATTUCK, WILLIAM P COUNSEL 14,649.66 

VANBUSKIRK, ERNEST F COPY PREPARER, FROM AUG. 1 6,784.10 

WILLETT, EDWARD F, JR ASST LAW REVIS COUNSEL DC CODE, FROM 

JULY 1 13,253.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERNS 

ABBOTT, MITCHELL E 4960 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 300-00 

ALEXANDER* LARRY R 2752 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 « 300.00 

ALLEN, TOM RANDOLPH 4030 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600.00 

APPEL, WILLIAM E 3875 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 300.00 

APPLEGATE, RICHARD A 2990 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600.00 

AVERITT, NEIL W 3720 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 600.00 

AWERKAMP, STEPHANIE 1810 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 300.00 

BAINE, KEVIN T 4040 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600.00 

BASKIN, MARC N 2250 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 300.00 

BAT30N, WADE T 2040 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 300.00 

BAYS, JAMES C 4150 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 300.00 

BECK, MARK ELLIOTT 1230 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 300.00 

BELL, DAVID A 5030 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600.00 

BERG, ELAYNE 2330 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600.00 

BERGER, LAURENCE D 4400 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 16 460.00 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 



CONGRESSIONAL IMTERNS 
BERNEY, STEVEN 
BERNSTEIN, PATRICIA ANN 
BERRY* PATRICA 
BOJOWSKI, DIANE A 
BORENSTEIN, IRVING 
BORYS, SAND9A KAY 
BOWE, JOHN D 
BOWERS/ JAMES R, JR 
BRA3LEY, ANN LOUISE 
BRAXTON* DEMISE M 
BROWN, CHARLES G, III 
BROWN, CHRISOINE A 
BROWNi DOUGLAS C 
BROWNING, ELIZABETH G 
BUCHDAHL, DEBORAH 
BUDD, RALPH EDWARD 
BUHLER, ROMAN PALTENGHE 
BURBANK, SUSAM J 
BURKE, GARY L 
BUTLER, FRANCIS JOSEPH 
BYRD, WILKINS LEE 
CARBONNEAU, THOMAS E 
CARLINER, KATHLEEN 
CARLSON, JAMES EDGAR 
CARLSON, SCOTT E 
CARMEN, MELINDA L 
CHERBAK, CYNTHIA 
CHOBOT, JOAMNA 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 15 TO 

AUG. 31 

2110 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 30 

5102 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 

2240 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG- 31 

1340 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

4810 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 

3580 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 

5302 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 • • 

5220 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY l 

TO AUG- 31 

2260 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 

11 TO AUG. 31 

2752 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 

1870 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY l 

TO AUG. 31 

5330 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

3330 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 « 

1950 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 • 

334* CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG- 31 

2400 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG- 31 

3800 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

2372 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

3450 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY i 

TO AUG. 31 

2780 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 • 

1215 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

3410 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 10 

3580 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 • 

5290 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 •• 

2505 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 

4170 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 
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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 



CONGRESSIONAL IMTERNS 
CLARK, A P 

COBEY, CHRISTOPHER E 
COLE, CHRISTOPHER 
COLLINS, JOHNNY TYRONE 
CRONKITE, RUTH COLLINS 
CRUMRINE, JOHM ° 
CRUTCHES, SALLY 
CUNNINGHAM, MYLES C 
DAISLEY, DONNA 
DAVENNY, DIANE DEE 
DAVIS, DONALD R 
DAVIS, JAMES M 
DAZE, DAVID TIMOTHY 
DOLLARD, ELIZABETH M 
DOMBROWER, 3ILHA C 
DONELSON, LEWIS R, IV 
DOOLITTLE, FREDERICK C 
DOUGHERTY, PATRICK E 
DOYLE, D BARTON 
DUDLEY, ROBERT W, JR 
DUEHOLM, DAVID 
DUNCAN, LAURIE E 
EARNER, MARGARET ANNE 
ELKJS, BARBARA 
ELLIOTT, WILLIAM S 
ENGEL, WILLIAM VINCENT 
ENGELN, WILLIAM MICHAEL 
ERLANDSON, R03ERT C 



4590 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 $600.00 

3440 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG- 31 600.00 

1275 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 

15 TO AUG. 31 460.00 

2790 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 300.00 

4880 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 

13 TO AUG. 31 480.00 

1700 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG- 1 

TO AUG. 31 300.00 

3052 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600.00 

1630 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY l 

TO AUG. 31 600.00 

3512 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY l 

TO JULY 31 300-00 

1040 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600.00 

2700 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600.00 

4480 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 •• • 600.00 

2505 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 300.00 

1180 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600.00 

4560 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 • 300.00 

3220 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600.00 

3290 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 •• 600.00 

2300 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 300.00 

1280 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 

13 TO AUG. 31 480.00 

1990 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600.00 

3875 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 300.00 

1400 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600.00 

1960 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 300.00 

3510 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG- 31 600.00 

4360 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 

15 TO AUG. 31 460.00 

2100 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 • 600.00 

3570 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600.00 

3760 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 300.00 



193 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERNS 
EXELROD, IRIS 
FELLUtA, MARGARET ROSE 
FERGUSON, THOMAS A 
FISHER/ SJSAN JOHNSON 
FLORES, ARTHUR 
FONDREN, 9RENOA GAY 
FORSYTHE, DONALD 
FRAZER, SARA E 
FRISBEE, STEPHEN V 
FULLER, LAWRENCE A 
FULLILOVE, KAREN E 
GAULD, JANET ELLEN 
GERWIN, LESLIE E 
GODFREY, MARTHA L 
GOLD, MARTIN 
GOLDSTEIN, MARILYN J 
GORE, STEVEN LEWIS 
GRAVETTE, JAN E 
GREENE, JENNIFER C 
GREGORY, JANICE 
GRENFELL, JANE DOUGLASS 
GULA, KATHELEEN MARIE 
HAAR, JEREMY 
HAMPTON, ADRIENNE ANN 
HANEY, SHERRY DEE 
HARMON, PHELPS JOHN M 
HASEL<ORN, DAVID C 
HEGBURG, ALAN S 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 *f TO 

AUG. 31 

2900 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG- 1 

TO AUG. 31 

4300 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

4380 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

5170 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 « • 

3192 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 • 

2390 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

2272 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 

4210 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

3990 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 15 

4560 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 

3130 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 

4400 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 

17 TO AUG. 31 

2500 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO JULY 31 

1560 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 • 

2380 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

2880 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 

1*50 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 14 

2370 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 • • 

4830 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG- 31 

1080 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY l 

TO AUG. 31 

2*65 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

4270 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

3240 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

2290 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 

15 TO AUG. 15 

1570 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 

15 TO AUG. 31 ••• 

2250 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 

2360 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 
TO AUG. 31 



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194 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERNS 

HEMINGER, MARC CALVERT 2320 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 • • 

HENDRICKS* RANDALL E 2650 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

HERBOLSHEIMER, LARRY 1970 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN* FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

HERMAN, DAVID JOSEPH 3990 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 

16 TO AUG. 31 

HEUMANN, E MICHAEL. II 1684 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 

HEYWOOD, R03ERT G 3375 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 

HIGGINS, HARRISON SCOTT CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 TO 

AUG. 30 

HIMMEL, JOAN E 5300 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 16 « 

HINER, GREGORY CLARK 1430 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

HOLLAND, LAJREN H 1580 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 

HONICK, ERIC I960 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 

HORD, ALICE P 4170 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 

HULL, DIANNE 1790 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

ICHIUJI, KAREN K 3560 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 ••• • 

JACKSON, JULIE HENDON 1510 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

JAMES, MICHAEL ANDREW 4630 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 22 

JASPFR, NAPOLEON, JR CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 TO 

AUG. 30 

JEFFERSON, CAROLYN L 2000 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 

JOHNSON, GLENN 4345 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

JOHMSON, WANDA 3130 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG- 31 

JORDAN, EDMJND A, JR 5260 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

KACZMAREK, CHESTER J, JR 3840 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 

KADAR, GEZA, JR 4150 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 

KANTER, LINDA RENEE 1050 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 <•- 

KEITHLY, CAROLYN JANE 3380 CONGRESSIONAL U^ERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

KING, GEORGE ROGER 1460 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

KINZINGER, WALTER C 4190 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG- 31 

KOOKER, JUDITH L 4470 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUI Y 1 

TO AUG. 31 



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195 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERNS 
KOSHLAND, LINDA F 
KUNZ, MARIE VERENA 
LAMB/ JOHN 5 
LASKA* FRANK TIMOTHY 
LEDERERi 9RJCE A 
LEMBO, R09ERT A 
LIF30Y* ROBERT A 
LISWOOD* LAJRA ANN 
LLEWELLYN* THOMAS B 
LOFGREW* SUSA\( E 
MAB3Y* LAJRA LYNNE 
MAC3UEEN* CANDACE 
MANGHAM* CHARLES D* JR 
MANNINA, GEORGE J/ JR 
MARCUS* NANCY ELLEN 
MARQUART, BRUCE E 
MARSHALL* CARLILE B 
MARSHALL* ROBERT G 
MCCORMICK* PAMELA A 
MCDANIEL* ROBERT BRYAN 
MCDONOUGH* MARY ALICE 
MCGEE-IAN, JAMES 
MCKAY* ANNIE P 
MCKENNA, JAMES J 
MCTEER* DOUGLAS E* JR 
MEANY. JUDITH ANN 
MEYERS* BAR3ARA GAIL 
MILLER* FRANKLIN C 



39*0 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN* FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 • • S300 

1840 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN* FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600 

5050 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN* FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 • 300 

3470 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN* FROM JULY l 

TO AUG. 31 600 

3560 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN* FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 300 

2940 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 300 

2590 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN* FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600 

5000 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN* FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600 

3420 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN* FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 • 600 

2130 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN* FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600 

2290 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN* FROM AUG. 

15 TO AUG. 31 160 

4130 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN* FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 • 600 

3682 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN* FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600 

2610 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN* FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600 

5020 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN* FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600 

3360 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN* FROM JULY l 

TO AUG. 31 600 

2270 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN* FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 300 

1320 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 300 

3550 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN* FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600 

5040 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN* FROM JULY 

24 TO AUG. 31 370 

2872 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN* FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600 

4570 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN* FROM JULY 

13 TO AUG. 31 • 4*0 

1070 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN* FROM JULY 

10 TO AUG. 31 510 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN* FROM AUG. 1 TO 

AUG. 31 300 

4310 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN* FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600 

3442 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN* FROM JULY 8 

TO AUG- 31 530 

1684 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 300 

3690 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 •• 300 



196 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERNS 
MITNICK, CARYN ELAINE 
MODARELLI, SUSAN 
MORAN, CATHERINE JANE 
MORGAN* CHARLES WILLIAM 
MOYES, DAVID H 
MUSER, JEAN ELLEN 
NELSON* MAR< D 
NlNOMIYA, RICKI LYNN 
NOORDA, PETER 
NOVAK, MARY ANN 
OBRIEN, JEROME F 
OHARE, BERNARD V 
OLIAN, VICKY L 
ONG, BRUCE N 
OSHIMA, LEIGHTON KIM 
OSTRANDER, DAVID ALLEN 
OUIMETTE, ROBERT A 
OWEN, P JOHN 
PALI, CHRISTOPHER 
PALLOCK, LAJREL F 
PAR30N, BILLY JOE 
PAUL, DONNA M 
PAULSON, PHILIP K 
PETERSON, PATRICIA JEAN 
PIGOTT, RENEE KIKUE 
PLOGER, MARGUERITE A 
PORTED, KAREN E 
PRINCE, CHARLES EDWARD 



2510 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 $300 

3620 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 •• 300 

1580 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 • 300 

3820 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600 

1700 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 300 

28*0 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 • 600 

1890 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600 

2550 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 300 

2732 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600 

2*90 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 300 

3650 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 300 

4410 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600 

4842 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 

11 TO AUG. 31 200 

1030 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600 

3660 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600 

4180 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600 

2272 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 300 

4190 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 300 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 TO 

AUG. 30 300 

4802 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 300 

1640 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 3 

TO AUG. 17 150 

3595 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 • 600 

3900 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600 

3370 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 • •• 300 

2110 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 300 

1680 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600 

1550 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 • 600 

2820 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 300 



197 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 



CONGRESSIONAL IMTERNS 
PURDY, DONALD A, JR 
RASMUSSEN, BRJCE D 
REES, THOMAS D 
REID, BALDWIN HORN 
RESMEK, JOSHUA A 
RICHTER, STEVEN A 
RISHER, JANE 
RISHER/ KAY 
ROE/ JOHN HARVIE 
ROGERS/ ING^ID A 
ROWLAND/ MELAMIE J 
RUSHTON/ ELIZABETH ANN 
RYAN, DEBORAH A 
SABETY/ MARIAN F 
SACKNOVITZ/ ROBERT 
SAVAGE/ JAMES W 
SBARRA/ THERESA A 
SCHEINKMAN/ ALAN D 
SCHULMAN/ KAREN JOAN 
SCHUMERz CHARLES E 
SCHWAAB/ WILLIAM J 
SCHWABACHER/ RICHARD 
SCOTT/ CAROL DELLA 
SESSLER, JAMES NELSON 
SEYFORD/ MARGARET MARY 
SIEGEL/ ROBERT S 
SINCLAIR, KELLY KEITH 
SKOPCZYNSKI/ DEBRA ANNE 



5080 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

4650 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

3750 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

2420 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 •• 

2830 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

4230 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

5090 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 

5090 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 

4770 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM JULY 

17 TO AUG. 31 

3590 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 

2490 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 

4910 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROr JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

3375 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 

4340 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 ••• 

2160 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

1420 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG- 31 • 

5270 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM JULY 6 

TO AUG- 31 

3940 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 

3930 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 ■•.. 

4065 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

3780 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

1100 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 

1810 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 

1730 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

4110 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

3350 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG- 31 

1640 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 

2340 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN/ FROM JULY 1 
TO AUG. 31 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERNS 

SMIRNOFF, BARRY E 5102 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 

SMITH, HERBERT C 5190 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

SNOW, ZACHARY 2260 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 10 

SOMERS, MICHAEL P 4802 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 

SPENCER, DANIEL P 3512 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 

SPRINGER, PATRICIA 2730 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

STAHL, MARY ELLEN 1110 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY l 

TO JULY 21 

STAUNTON, CHARLES B 1380 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 • 

STEARNS, JAMES M 1780 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

STERES, MICHAEL E 1064 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG- 31 

STERNBERG, °AUL W 3650 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 

STONE, SUZANNE H 1500 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 

13 TO AUG. 31 

STONED, BENJAMIN A 2680 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

STOOKEY, DONALD B 2772 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

STRONSKI, GARY 2450 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY l 

TO AUG. 31 

SULLIVAN, RUDY F 2090 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 

SUTTMANN, PATRICIA A 5110 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

TAMARGO, JOSEPH WILLIAM 1240 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

TATE, PAUL HAMILTON 1370 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

TATUM, AARON FRANCIS CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 TO 

AUG. 31 

THOMPSON, BARTON HURST, JR 1230 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 

TIEMEYER, DONALD C 4842 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 10 

TKACIK, JOHN JAMES 4000 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

TORRES, MARIANO 2710 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

TRAVIS, ANN LOUISE 3690 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 

VANDEVANTER, JEAN 5250 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 

WANBERG, SUSAN K 1100 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 

WEAVER, MARY LAURA 5170 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERNS 
WEIGHTMAN, D0NN4JEAN 
WEINBERG; JEFFREY ALAN 
WEIR; ALEXANDER* III 
WEST* CHRISTOPHER R 
WILKER, DALE A 
WILLIAMS* KATHLEEN 
WINDHAM, PATRICK HENRY 
WINN, CYNTHIA JOAN 
WOLF, MARGARET E 
WOODWORTH, PATRICIA A 
ZALEZNIK, IRA 
ZMIGRODSKI, MITCHELL E 
ZJRENDA, SARA E 



2150 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG- 31 $600.00 

2670 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600.00 

2510 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 300.00 

3760 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO JULY 31 300.00 

3770 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 15 450.00 

3192 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 

TO AUG. 31 300.00 

1710 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG" 31 600.00 

4660 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 15 •• 450.00 

4090 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 • • 600.00 

3252 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600.00 

1290 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600.00 

4140 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600.00 

4330 CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 600.00 



JOINT COMMITTEE ON INTERNAL REVENUE TAXATION 



ARNOLD, L 
BATES, CA 
BEDELL, D 
BIRD, MIC 
BROADBENT 
BUCKBERG, 
CHABOT, H 
CONNAUGHT 
DALEY, JA 
DELCARMEN 
DUBROFF, 
EMORY, ME 
FEFFERMAN 
FINK, JOS 
FRASER, W 
GATTIE, M 
GERMANIS, 
KELLER, K 
KLUD, LEO 
MALC01* S 
MATTHEWS, 
MCCAWLEY, 
MCDERMOTT 
NAGRO, BL 
PRUITT, L 
ROWZIE, M 



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JOHN J 
ATHERINE W 
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HARON F 

JUNE M 

HARRISON B 
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ANCHE F 
INDA B 
ARCIA BAILEY 



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200 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

JOINT COMMITTEE ON INTERNAL REVENUE TAXATION 

SAVAGE, LINDA R SECRETARY s5,R35.60 

SHAPIRO, 3ERNARO M ATTORNEY 9, 072.06 

SMYERS, ROBERT R ATTORNEY 15,859*32 

SPELLMAN, JOSEPH P ATTORNEY 10, 21*. 10 

STROSNIDER, HELEN M SECRETARY, FROM DEC 1 ■• 750.52 

SYMONS, JAMES H STATISTICAL ANALYST 15,260.82 

TOMASULO, NICHOLAS A ATTORNEY 15,867.54 

WOODWORTH, L N CHIEF OF STAFF 19,9^9.98 

JOINT COMMITTEE ON OEFENSE PRODUCTION 

AULT, GEORGE T PROF. STAFF MEMBER 9,973.80 

BARNARD, STEVEN M CLERK ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 14 595.70 

BREWTON, CHARLES S GENERAL COUNSEL 14,393-88 

COPELANO, CARY H PROF. STAFF MEMBER 8,140.92 

COX, LEE SHER1AN TO SEPT. 15 1, 015.40 

ECHOLS, MATTIE I SECRETARY 5,162«64 

MCNAMARA, THOMAS L PROFESSIONAL STF MBR 6,337.92 

WARREN, HAROLD J CLERK AND COUNSEL 14,649.66 

Tots 1 38",>~72,£67.S2 



201 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

Date No. SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

OFFICE OF THE SPEAKER 
Salaries for 6 months. - - $66,356.53 

OFFICE OF THE PARLIAMENTARIAN 
1970 
Sept. 21 1762 Lewis Deschler: 

For the preparation of the "Digest of Rules of the U.S. House of Representatives", 
authorized by the Legislative Appropriation Act of 1971, P.L. 91-382 approved 

August 18. 1970 - - — 2,000.00 

Salaries for 6 months_. - - - 77,272.74 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations... - -- 79,272.74 

COMPILATION OF PRECEDENTS OF HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

Salaries for 6 months -- 7,101.60 

OFFICE OF THE CHAPLAIN 
Salaries for 6 months 9, 884. 40 

OFFICE OF THE CLERK 
July 6 57 Marie E. Muscia: 

Payment of unpaid compensation due to death of George E. Wright 95.41 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 95.41 



Salaries for 6 months 1,304,650.41 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 1,304,650.41 

OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS 
Salaries for 6 months 1,643,206.58 

OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER 

Salaries for 6 months _ 2,530.54 

Refunds and adjustments (787.52) 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations.. 1,743.02 

Oct. 22 2613 Jeanette L. Gater, Robert Marsh, Ronald J. Marsh, Gerald Marsh: 

Payment of unpaid compensation due to death of Margaret Marsh 111.78 

Salaries for 6 months ....1,306.032.81 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 1,306,144.59 

OFFICE OF THE POSTMASTER 
Substitute messengers: 

July 31 627 George M. Bowman - - 150.88 

628 Lawrence Crane 32.33 

629 James Freeman - 32.33 

630 Barry J. Lumin - - 64.66 

631 Bob Nargi -... 161.66 

632 Seymour Olchak _ 129.33 

633 George E. Sanders. _._ - 97.00 

634 Richard Sardegna 16.17 

635 James Smith... _._ 32.33 

636 Delton Braithwait _ - 64.66 

Aug. 31 1379 George M. Bowman — . 64.66 

1380 James M. Freeman - 32.33 

1381 Claude Lee Gould.. - 80.83 

1382 Barrett Hatfield 32.33 

1383 Barry J. Lunin 161.66 

1384 Seymour Olchak 161.66 

1385 George E. Sanders 80.83 

1386 James C.Smith - 32.33 

Oct. 1 2051 Dennis Barnes 80.83 

2052 George M. Bowman.... » 64.66 

2053 Delton B. Braithwait 64.66 

2054 William L. Gibson 97.00 

2055 Claude Lee Gould 80.83 

2056 Barrett Hatfield.. 32.33 

2057 James P. McNeely 129.33 

2058 Joseph F. Moore... 97.00 

2059 Robert Nargi _ 48.50 

2060 Seymour Olchak... 161.66 

2061 William E. Paxton. _ _ 113.16 

2062 Peter Ross 97.00 

2063 Richard C. Streett 64.66 

30 2803 Dennis Barnes.. 113.16 

2804 George M. Bowman III 64.66 



202 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

Date No. SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

OFFICE OF THE POSTMASTER— Continued 

1970 Substitute messengers— Continued 

Oct 30 2805 Delton B. Braithwait $37.72 

2806 Joseph A. Braun - - 32.33 

2807 James Freeman 32. 33 

2808 Claude L.Gould 80.83 

2809 Mose McCoy --- 64.66 

2810 Joseph F. Moore. 75.44 

2811 Seymour Olchak 97.00 

2812 Peter Ross 97.00 

2813 Richard C. Streett . -- 75.44 

Nov. 30 3342 George M. Bowman III 64.66 

3343 Joseph Comelli 16.17 

3344 Claude Lee Gould 80.83 

3345 Richard N. Hodgens 48.50 

3346 Mose McCoy 16 H° 

3347 James P. McNeely - 32.33 

3348 Joseph F. Moore -- 64.66 

3349 Seymour Olchak 161.66 

3350 Thurmon L. Radford, Jr 64.66 

3351 Richard C. Streett 161.66 

Dec. 2 3481 William B. Connors 16.17 

Total paid substitute messengers 4, 2 03. 13 

Salaries for 6 months 362,655.46 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 366,858.59 

COMMITTEE EMPLOYEES 

Ad ju stment 538. 38 

Total paid from 1969 appropriations 538.38 

July 24 500 Audrey H. McCord: 

Payment of unpaid compensation due to death of Robert E. McCord 2,071.13 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 2,071.13 

Aug. 31 1388 Marion Neary: 

Payment of unpaid compensation due to death of William J. Neary '"• 42 

Salaries for 6 months 3,139,074.77 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 3,139,145.19 

MINORITY EMPLOYEES 

Salaries for 6 months 96, 069. 72 

HOUSE DEMOCRATIC STEERING COMMITTEE 

July 8 102 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1970 13.60 

Aug. 4 795 Iris W. Vaughn: 

Reimbursement for expenses April-June 1970 22. /b 

5 831 John E. Barriere: 

Reimbursement for expenses, April-June 1970 — 4U. 4U 

Tctal paid from 1970 appropriations 76.76 

Sept. 17 1685 Rental for MC Selectric typewriter, July 27-Aug. 31, 1970 ,,£? 

Oct. 6 2151 Transportation charges for 1 Mag Card Selectric typewriter from Austin, Tex 31.64 

7 2238 District Delivery Service: 

Reimbursement for New York Times, October-December 1970 18.25 

13 2352 Iris W.Vaughn: 

Reimbursement for expenses, July-September 1970 32.55 

2353 John E. Barriere: 

Reimbursement for expenses, July-September 1970 49.20 

3072 Congressional Quarterly Service: , .. 

1 year renewal, Dec. 31, 1970-71 144.00 

IBM: 

Rental for MC Selectric typewriter— , 

Nov. 16 3183 September 1970.... 175-00 

3184 October 1970 175.00 

Dec. 21 3897 November 1970... 175.00 

3898 Gallup International, Inc.: 

1-year renewal subscription of Gallup Opinion Index, Dec. 1, 1970 28.00 

3899 Center for Political Research: 

1-year renewal subscription to the National Journal, Feb. 13, 1971-72 *™ 

Salaries for 6 months 25,603.62 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 26, 824. 75 



203 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 



Date No. SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 



HOUSE REPUBLICAN CONFERENCE 

July 1 15 Government Printing Office: 

One copy of Selected Statistics on Educational Personnel, June 24, 1970 $0 65 

20 362 Government Printing Office: 

Miscellaneous publications, June 29 1970 ? 70 

Aug. 4 794 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1970 21 50 

Minority Room: 
20 1114 Printing, folding, and inserting services, June 2-July 10, 1970 .. . 19 00 

1115 Plates cut, stencils run, envelopes addressed June 2-24 1970 ?«' in 

1116 John J. Rhodes, MX. : ' "" 

.,, ,„,, „ Miscellaneous stationery supplies furnished House Policy Committee, April-June 1970 93 80 

23 1815 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, House Policy Committee, Apr. 27-June 1 1970 159 75 

Oct 7 2171 John B.Anderson, MX. : 

Reimbursement for miscellaneous stationery supplies furnished House Republican 
Conference, June 17, 1970 191 42 



Total paid from 1970 appropriations _. 516.92 



July 20 360 Foreign Affairs: 

1-year subscription, July 7, 1970 __ 8 no 

361 Gallup International, Inc.: 

Renewal of Gallup Opinion Index, August 1970-71 28 00 

Aug. 4 823 District Delivery Service: 

Delivery of 2 copies of New York Times, July-September 1970 70 00 

20 1110 Ancorp National Services, Inc.: 

Delivery of Chicago Tribune, July 1970 6 50 

1111 District Delivery Service: 

Delivery of New York Times, July-September 1970 35 00 

Minority Room: 

Printing services— 

1112 June 2 and July 10, 1970. 7 50 

1113 July 13, 1970 ]'_'_ 9' 50 

Sept. 14 1619 Congressional Quarterly, Inc. 

Congress and the Nation, vols. I and II, Aug. 27, 1970 55 00 

21 1767 Chicago Daily News: 

Subscription, July 16, 1970 35 00 

1768 Congressional Quarterly, Inc: 

2 copies of Nixon Program, and 1 copy of Global Defense, Aug. 17, 1970 11 90 

22 1772 Congressional Staff Directory: 

Books, Aug. 14, 1970.. 14 19 

McGraw-Hill Book Co.: 

1773 1 copy of The Open Door Colleges, July 31, 1970 . 1 18 

1774 2 copies of The Open Door Colleges, July 31, 1970.. 2 18 
1793 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July 31, 1970 22 85 

23 1816 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, House Republican Policy Committee, July 10, 1970 167 15 

Oct. 6 2152 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Aug. 31, 1970 2 75 

Congressional Quarterly Service: 

2153 1-year subscription, Aug. 5, 1970 144.00 

2154 3 books for Republican Policy Committee, Sept. 10 1970 3195 

2155 Minority Room: 

Printing services, Republican Planning and Research Committee, July 2 and 30 

Aug. 11 and 30, 1970 56.25 

7 2170 Ancorp National Services, Inc.: 

Delivery of Chicago Tribune, August 1970 6 50 

2172 John B. Anderson, MX.: 

Reimbursement for stationery supplies, Sept. 14, 1970 53. 96 

2173 Minority Room: 

Printing services, Sept. 1, 1970 221 75 

2174 Washington Post: 

Subscription, Sept. 1, 1970-Feb. 28, 1971 22.50 

District Delivery Service: 

Delivery of New York Times— 
7 2239 Sept. 15, 1970 32 50 

12 2291 October-December 1970 46 75 
2292 John J. Rhodes, MX.: 

Reimbursement for stationery supplies furnished House Policy Committee, July 1- 
Sept. 18,1970 63 23 

13 2401 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, Republican Policy Committee, July 1970 60.00 

15 2518 Ancorp National Services, Inc.: 

Delivery of Chicago Tribune, September 1970 5.50 

Congressional Quarterly Service: 
Yearly subscription— 

2519 Dec. 31, 1970-71... 144 00 

2520 Do _ __ 144.00 

53-476 0—71 14 



204 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

Date No. SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

HOUSE REPUBLICAN CONFERENCE— Continued 
1970 

Congressional Quarterly Service — Continued 
Oct 27 2692 1 copy of America Votes and 2 copies of Congress and the Nation, vols. I and II for 

House Republican Policy Committee, Oct. 19, 1970 $130.00 

2693 Human Events: 

1-year subscription, Sept. 30, 1970 15.00 

28 2736 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, September 1970 5.25 

2763 Western Union Telegraph Co.: 

Official wire service, September 1970. 38. 70 

Nov. 4 2971 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, Republican Policy Committee, June 29-Sept. 1, 1970. 312.98 

2973 Congressional Digest: 

Subscription, October 1970-September 1972... 22.00 

13 3142 John B. Anderson, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for miscellaneous stationery items, Oct. 30, 1970.. 110. 52 

Minority Room: 

3143 Printing services, Republican Policy Committee, Sept. 8-Oct. 26, 1970... __ 444. 10 

3144 Memopads, Oct. 22, 1970. 15.00 

3145 Reproduction and binding services, House Republican Planning Research Committee, 

Sept. 21 and Oct. 22, 1970 - 336.00 

3146 The Record: 

Subscription, Oct. 28, 1970 10.00. 

20 3278 Center for Political Research: 

Subscription for National Journal services, Feb. 6, 1971 200.00 

3279 Congressional Quarterly, Inc.: 

America Votes, vols. 6 and 7, Nov. 3, 1970 35.00 

3280 Globe, Inc., Book Shop: 

1 copy of Politics of Ecology, Oct. 26, 1970. -... 6.19 

3281 McGraw Hill Book Co.: 

Higher Education and Nation's Health for House Republican Research Committee, Nov. 6, 

1970 ----- --- 3.07 

Ancorp National Services, Inc.: 
Delivery of Chicago Tribune- 
Dec. 9 3604 Oct. 30. 1970 ..-. - 6.50 

3605 November-December 1970 13.00 

3606 Harper's Magazine: 

3-year subscription. Nov. 25, 1970 13.50 

3607 Marquis-Who's Who, Inc.: 

Who's Who in America. Nov. 4, 1970 - - 37.10 

3608 John J. Rhodes, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for miscellaneous stationery supplies furnished House Republican 

Policy Committee. Sept. 30-Oct. 14, 1970 29.81 

10 3677 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Oct. 31,1970.. - - 21.50 

3693 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, House Policy Committee, October-November 1970 269.80 

21 3900 American Society for Public Administration: 

1-year subscription, November 1970 20. 00 

3901 McGraw-Hill Publications Co.: 

1-year subscription to Business Week, December 1970 12.00 

3902 Public Interest: 

2-year subscription, Dec. 2, 1970 --- 14.00 

Salaries for 6 months - 19, 479. 50 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations - -- 23, 110.11 

MAJORITY LEADER 

Carl Albert, M.C.: 

Official expenses for the months of— 

July 31 609 July 1970 - --- 250.00 

Aug. 31 1400 Augustl970 250.00 

Sept. 30 1907 September 1970 _ 250.00 

Oct. 30 2814 October 1970 250.00 

Nov. 30 3339 November 1970 -- 250.00 

Dec. 18 3830 December 1970. - , n 2 A°c n c 

Salaries for 6 months ._ 60, 435. 95 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 61,935.95 

MINORITY LEADER 

Gerald R. Ford, M.C.: 

Official expenses for the months of— 

July 31 610 July 1970 250.00 

Aug. 31 1401 Augustl970 _ 250.00 

Sept.30 1908 September 1970 — - 250.00 

Oct. 30 2815 October 1970 250.00 

Nov. 30 3340 November 1970. ---- 250.00 

Dec. 18 3831 December 1970 - - „e«™ 

Salaries for 6 months 53,612. /u 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations - - - 55,112.70 



205 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 



Date No. SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES 



Amount 



OFFICE OF THE MAJORITY WHIP 
Salaries for 6 months $4g g^g Q2 

OFFICE OF THE MINORITY WHIP 
Salaries for 6 months __ 40 ^j 30 

MAJORITY AND MINORITY PRINTING CLERKS 

Salaries for 6 months 10 931 5? 

OFFICIAL REPORTERS OF DEBATES 
Salaries for 6 months J89 g 4 g qq 

OFFICIAL REPORTERS TO COMMITTEES 
Salaries for 6 months _ 232 603 56 

COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS 

July 1 16 Department of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, Feb. 9-May 8, 1970 2 731 00 

17 U.S. Treasury Department, Internal Revenue Service: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, Feb. 16-June 5 1970 4 7qs fil 

8 100 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: ' 

Official telephone service, May 1970 43 Kn 

117 Defense Contract Audit Agency: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, May 1-30 1970 1959 30 

118 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare: 

Reimbursement for medical services furnished by the Public Health Service Out- 
patient Clinic, May 12, 1970 22 00 

119 Export-Import Bank of the United States: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, May 31-June 6, 1970 380 66 
General Services Administration: 

Reimbursement for cars furnished staff members for travel on official business— 

120 May 3-8, 1970 04 fi7 

121 May 3-9, 1970 ' 

122 Apr. 21-24, 1970 99^4 

123 Apr. 5-17, 1970 .".lllllllllllll 13534 

124 Reimbursement for office supplies obtained through 1 self-service store, May 19 1970 7~93 

125 Department of Commerce, Maritime Administration: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, May 11-31, 1970 1565 67 

15 230 Cornelius R. Anderson: 1,303.0/ 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C. to Tokyo 
Japan; Seoul, Korea; Okinawa; Hong Kong; Bangkok, Thailand; Manila, Philippines 1 
Agana, Guam; and Honolulu, Hawaii, May 14-June 18, 1970 — 

Total travel expenses 51 213.40 

Less advance travel funds "'.'Jill ' 750. 00 

463 40 

231 General Services Administration: 

Reimbursement for car furnished staff member for travel on official business Apr 

19-21,1970 ' v 25 08 

15 Headquarters, U.S. Army Audit Agency: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, June 1-30, 1970 2 031 70 

233 Leroy R. Kirkpatrick: -------- i,uji./u 

Ground transportation for May-June 1970 12 00 

234 Paul J. Mohr: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Tokyo 
Japan; Seoul, Korea; Okinawa; Hong Kong; Bangkok, Thailand; Manila Philippines-' 
Agana, Guam; and Honolulu, Hawaii, May 14-June 16, 1970- — 

Total travel expenses __ $l p 108.90 

Less advance travel funds lllllllllllll ' 7 50." 00 

350 go 

20 359 Defense Contract Audit Agency: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, June 1-30 1970 < 2 052 60 

365 Federal Bureau of Investigation: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, May 1-June 30 1970 71 921 76 

U.S. Department of Agriculture: 

Reimbursement for personnel services — 
Aug. 4 789 Jan. 19-May 31, 1970 4 407 77 

790 May 1-31, 1970 " ?7iS3fi 

791 U.S. General Accounting Office: *,#**og 

Reimbursement for travel expenses, Apr. 1-June 30 1970 3 632 87 

793 National Aeronautics & Space Administration: 
™ ,^ Reimbursement for personnel services, May 11-June 27 1970 4 863 52 

20 1094 Federal Bureau of Investigation: 

Supplemental billing for travel expenses incurred on official business of detailed 
personnel, June 1-30, 1970 118.75 



206 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

Date No. SAURIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS— Continued 

General Services Administration: 

1970 Reimbursement for cars furnished staff members for travel on official business— 

Aug. 20 1095 Sept. 3-5, 1969 _ $29.44 

1096 May 9-15, 1970 _.. 65.66 

1097 May3-15,1970 132.52 

1098 Oct. 21 and July 30-Aug. 1, 1969. 49.22 

1099 Apr.27-Mayl, 1970 258.77 

1100 May 7-8, 1969 _ ._ _ 21.48 

1101 Junel-5and May4-8,1970 ... 155.72 

1102 Apr. 8-19 and May 10-15, 1970 295.48 

1103 Oct. 21-24, 1969 and June 8-12 and 17-18, 1970 ____ 101.12 

1104 Reimbursement for office supplies obtained through self-service store, June 9, 1970 . 10.29 
1107 Department of Commerce, Maritime Administration: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, June 1-30, 1970 1,667.77 

26 1279 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1-30, 1970 18.20 

U.S. Department of Agriculture: 

Reimbursement for personnel services— 

Oct. 2 2073 June 1-30, 1970 1,103.48 

2074 June 1-30, 1970 1,843.92 

6 2137 Braniff Airways, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 2, 1970 _ 378.00 

2140 General Services Administration: 

Reimbursement for car furnished staff member for travel on official business, Apr. 21- 

23, 1970 96.40 

National Aeronautics & Space Administration: 
Reimbursement for personnel services — 

2143 Apr. 19-June30, 1970 - 5,266.37 

2146 June28-30, 1970 - 585.20 

7 2167 General Services Administration: 

Reimbursement for car furnished staff member for travel on official business, May 5-7, 

1970 39.30 

2169 Consumer and Marketing Service, USDA: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, Mar. 1-June 30. 1970 9,052.64 

Refunds - (50.00) 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 125,728.88 

Aug. 4 792 Northwest Airlines. Inc. : 

Official travel for Members and staff. July 1, 1970 250.00 

6 865 Paul J. Mohr: 

Replenishment of imprest fund for surveys and investigations staff, for fiscal year 1971, 

July 16, 1970 25.00 

20 1091 Cornelius R. Anderson: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip. Washington, D.C., to Norfolk. 
Va.July 16-18. 1970 143.90 

1092 Defense Contract Audit Agency: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, July 1-31, 1970 2, 581.90 

1093 Federal Bureau of Investigation: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, July 1-31, 1970 61, 651. 39 

1105 Utah Driv-Ur-Self System. Inc.: 

Reimbursement for car furnished staff member for travel on official business, July 26- 
31, 1970 82.44 

1106 Leroy R. Kirkpatrick: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington. D.C., to Denver, 
Colo., July 6-10, 1970 191.25 

27 1309 Cornelius R. Anderson: 

Advance of travel funds for trip to Western Europe on official business, Aug. 20, 1970. 750. 00 

1310 Paul J. Mohr: 

Advance of travel funds for trip to Western Europe on official business, Aug. 20, 1970. 750. 00 

Sept. 14 1620 Headquarters, U.S. Army Audit Agency: 

Reimbursement for personnel services. July 1-30, 1970 2, 124.05 

17 1683 U.S. General Accounting Office: 

Reimbursement for travel services, July 5-Aug. 7, 1970 1,497.57 

1687 General Services Administration: 

Reimbursement for miscellaneous office supplies obtained through self-service store, 

July 1970 50.10 

Oct. 2 2072 Remington Rand Office Machine Division: 

Reimbursement for repair to Remington adder on July 1, 1970 14.00 

2075 Utah Driv-Ur-Self System, Inc.: 

Reimbursement for car furnished staff member for travel on official business. Sept. 
13-18,1970 __ -. 74.04 

2076 Veterans' Administration: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, Aug. 24-31, 1970 493.66 

6 2138 Defense Contract Audit Agency: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, Aug. 1-31, 1970 2,347.45 

2139 Federal Bureau of Investigation: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, Aug. 1-31, 1970 52,588. 15 



207 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 



Date N °- SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 



COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS— Continued 

Oct. 6 2141 General Services Administration: 

Reimbursement for car furnished staff member for travel on official business, July 12- 

15,1970 _ *co oo 

2142 Headquarters, U.S. Army Audit Agency: * 

Reimbursement for personnel services, Aug. 1-28, 1970 2 700 80 

National Aeronautics & Space Administration: 
Reimbursement for personnel services— 

2144 July 1-19, 1970 1 o, fi „ 

2145 July 1-25, 1970... ? 47fi an 

2147 U.S. General Accounting Office: ^t/o.eu 

Reimbursement for travel expenses, July 1-31, 1970 1 7S8 -n 

7 2168 General Services Administration: ','jo.jj 

Reimbursement for office supplies obtained through self-service store Aug 7 1970 9 26 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 

2229 August 1970 n ln 

2230 July 1970.... ' 

15 2510 Headquarters, U.S. Army Audit Agency: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, Sept. 1-30, 1970... 2 269 52 

Department of Commerce, Maritime Administration: 
Reimbursement for personnel services— 
2511 July 1-31, 1970 2 069 ?R 

2513 Henry A. Neil, Jr.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington D.C. to Quaker- 
town, Pa., Sept. 25, 1970 24 50 

2514 National Aeronautics & Space Administration: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, July 26-Aug. 22, 1970 3 267 00 
2516 U.S. General Accounting Office: 

Reimbursement for travel expenses, Aug. 3-31, 1970 1 fi4n so 

27 2689 Cornelius R.Anderson: i.otu.oa 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C to Frankfurt 
Germany, and London, England, Sept. 11-Oct. 3, 1970 — 

Total travel expenses $773. 55 

Less advance travel funds '.I'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 750.00 

— 23 55 

2690 Federal Bureau of Investigation: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, Sept. 1-30, 1970 59 931 41 

2691 Trans World Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Sept. 8, 1970 1 976 80 

28 2735 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, September 1970 17 95 

Nov. 4 2970 Xerox Corp.: 

Reimbursement for installation of 660-1 copier, Oct. 7, 1970 16 00 

2972 National Aeronautics & Space Administration : 

Reimbursement for personnel services, Aug. 16-Sept. 30, 1970 4 489 20 

9 3068 Defense Contract Audit Agency: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, Sept. 1-30, 1970 2 031 70 

General Services Administration: 

3069 Reimbursement for car furnished staff member for travel on official business, Julv 5- 

10 and 12-17, 1970 _ ' 137 34 

3070 Reimbursement for office supplies obtained through self-service store, Aug. 27 arid 

Sept. 16, 1970. _ 17 57 

3071 Veterans' Administration: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, Sept. 1-30, 1970 1 785 89 
13 3133 Defense Contract Audit Agency: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, Oct. 1-31, 1970... 2 031 70 
General Services Administration: 

Reimbursement for cars furnished staff members for travel on official business— 

3134 July 28-31, 1970 c S ?fi 

3135 July 13, 1970. . Tqis 

3136 July 31-Aug. 7. 1970 .'_"'_" """" R702 

3137 Aug. 12-21, 1969 ~~ "'"" ,0454 

3138 Aug. 10-13, 1970 ------"--.-I~~~I.".~~^~~ " 54 65 

3139 Reimbursement for office supplies obtained through self-service store, Sept. 24 1970 24 52 

3140 Leroy R. Kirkpatrick: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington D.C. to San 
Francisco, Monterey, and San Diego, Calif., Oct. 25-31, 1970 252 75 

3141 Paul J. Mohr: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip Washington D.C to Frankfurt 
Germany, and London, England, Sept. 11-Oct. 3, 1970 — 

Total travel expenses _ $756.00 

Less advance travel funds " 750. 00 

"" ■ 6.00 



208 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

Date No. SAURIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS— Continued 
1970 
Nov. 20 3275 National Aeronautics and Space Administration: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, Aug. 23-Oct. 17, 1970 $5,698.50 

3276 Department of Commerce, Maritime Administration: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, Sept. 1-30, 1970 _ .__ 1,562.88 

3277 U.S. News & World Report: 

15 1-year subscriptions, Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 1971 180.00 

Dec. 9 3594 Central Intelligence Agency: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, Sept. 1-Oct. 31, 1970 4, 518.04 

3595 Federal Bureau of Investigation: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, Oct. 1-31, 1970... 77,748.38 

3596 Headquarters, U.S. Army Audit Agency: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, Oct. 1-31, 1970 2,269.52 

General Services Administration: 

3597 Reimbursement for car furnished staff member for travel on official business, July 15- 

16, 1970 24.68 

3598 Reimbursement for office supplies obtained through self-service store, Oct. 15, 1970 . 14.27 

3599 U.S. General Accounting Office: 

Reimbursement for travel expenses, Sept. 1-30, 1970 1,540.02 

General Services Administration: 
21 3878 Rental of cars for staff member on official committee business, Oct. 4-7, 1970 32.15 

3879 Miscellaneous office supplies obtained through self-service store, Oct. 29, 1970 6.42 

Rental cars for staff members on official committee business— 

3880 July 6-10, 1970 54.19 

3881 Aug. 17-19, 1970 59.75 

3882 July 26-31 and Aug. 10-12, 1970 _. 172.18 

3883 Oct. 26, 1970 22.41 

3884 Leroy R. Kirkpatrick: 

8j.$ days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Los Angeles, Calif., and Honolulu, Hawaii, Nov. 12-20, 1970... 323. 50 

3885 National Aeronautics & Space Administration: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, Oct. 1-31, 1970 2,717.64 

3886 Department of Commerce, Maritime Administration: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, Oct. 1-31, 1970 _. 2,051.28 

3887 Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, Aug. 17-Sept. 18, 1970 _ 2,077.29 

3888 United Air Lines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Oct. 22, 1970 409.99 

3889 U.S. General Accounting Office: 

Reimbursement for travel expenses, Aug. 31-Sept. 3; Aug. 27-28; Sept. 1-30; and 
Sept. 22-Oct. 2, 1970 893.48 

3890 Veterans' Administration: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, Oct. 1-31, 1970 1,824.75 

3909 Defense Contract Audit Agency: 

Reimbursement for personnel services, Nov. 1-30, 1970 1,939.35 

Salaries for 6 months 56,631.69 

Refunds _ (198.80) 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 380,781.23 

OFFICE OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL 

July 8 101 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, May 31, 1970 .80 

21 397 Office Supply Service: 

Office supplies, June 1970 125.78 

31 667 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 30, 1970 _ 10.30 

Refunds (13.13) 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations - 123.75 

Aug. 6 866 H.W.Wilson Co.: 

Renewal subscription to Index to Legal Periodicals, July 1, 1970-June 30, 1971 30.00 

20 1108 Office Supply Service: 

Office supplies, July 1970 139.09 

1109 Government Printing Office: 

1-year subscription to Manpower and to monthly catalog of U.S. Government Publica- 
tions.. _ 14.50 

Oct. 6 2148 Harvard Law Review: 

1 copy of Harvard Law Review, vol. 84 ._ 12.50 

2149 Office Supply Service: 

Office supplies, August 1970 ...- 216.97 

2150 Wall Street Journal: 

Subscription, Sept. 7, 1970-Sept. 6, 1971 _ 30.00 



209 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1970— Continued 

Date No. SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

OFFICE OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL— Continued 
1970 
Oct. 13 2415 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July-August 1970 _. $10.60 

14 2435 Ward M. Hussey: 

Official travel expenses to University of Pennsylvania Law School, Philadelphia, Pa., 
for purposes of recruiting attorneys for staff, Oct. 8, 1970 49.65 

15 2515 Office Supply Service: 

Office supplies, September 1970 418.01 

2517 World Affairs Bookshop, Inc.: 

1 copy of Davis: Discretionary Justice, Oct. 8, 1970 _ _ 8.50 

16 2536 Xerox Corp.: 

Equipment placement charge, Oct. 8, 1970 51.00 

Lawrence E. Filson: 
22 2623 Official travel expenses to University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va., for purposes of 

recruiting attorneys for staff, Oct. 12, 1970 44.35 

Nov. 18 3216 Official travel expenses to Duke University Law School, Durham, N.C., and University 
of North Carolina Law School, Chapel Hill, N.C., for purposes of recruiting attorneys 
for staff, Oct. 21-22, 1970 112.30 

20 3274 Ward M. Hussey: 

Official travel expenses to Boston College, Harvard, and Boston University, Boston, 

Mass., for purposes of recruiting attorneys for staff, Oct. 26-28, 1970 230.38 

Dec. 1 3451 Edward O. Craft: 

Official travel expenses to Sacramento, Calif., and return, Nov. 6-14, 1970.. _ 324.90 

3452 David E. Meade: 

Official travel expenses to the Universities of New York and Columbia, New York, 
N.Y., and Yale University, New Haven, Conn., for purposes of recruiting attorneys 

for staff, Nov. 15-18, 1970 146.32 

2 3494 Office Supply Service: 

Office supplies, October 1970 228.89 

9 3600 Stuart D. Halpert: 

Official travel expenses to the University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va., and the 
Universities of New York and Columbia, New York, N.Y., for purposes of recruiting 
attorneys for staff, Oct. 13 and Nov. 16-17, 1970 104.40 

3601 Harvard University: 

1 copy of Harvard Journal on Legislation, Vol. 8, Nov. 16, 1970 6.00 

3602 Disbursing Officer, Postal Data Center: 

Reimbursement due for official mailings based on agreement with Post Office Depart- 
ment for the fiscal year 1971, Nov. 16, 1970 20.00 

3603 Government Printing Office: 

12 copies of U.S. Government Organization Manual, 1970-71, Nov. 19, 1970 36.00 

10 3676 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. : 

Official telephone service for October 1970 59.40 

11 3712 Stuart D. Halpert: 

Official travel expenses to Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y., for purposes of recruiting 

attorneys for staff, Nov. 18-19, 1970 133.16 

Commerce Clearing House, Inc.: 

21 3892 2copiesof Congressional Index 1971, Nov. 30, 1970 320.00 

3893 Code & Regulations 1971. Nov. 30, 1970 61.00 

3894 1-year subscription to Taxes— The Tax Magazine, Aug. 1, 1970-71 11.00 

3895 Shepard's Citations: 

Shepard's Acts and Cases by Popular Names 1970 Supplement, Nov. 30, 1970 8.00 

3896 World Affairs Bookshop, Inc.: 

Motivation and Organizational Climate, Litwin & Stringer, Nov. 30, 1970 6.00 

Salaries for 6 months 246,691.18 

Adjustments 50.00 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 249,574.10 

Total disbursements salaries, officers and employees.. 9,467,314. 84 

Total paid from 1969 appropriations 538.38 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 130,355.87 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 9, 336, 420. 59 

Total... 9,467,314.84 



210 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. CLERK HIRE, MEMBERS AND RESIDENT COMMISSIONER Amount 

Adjustment _ $26.25 

Total paid from 1969 appropriations 26.25 

1970 
July 6 53 Elinor M. Porter, Shirley J. Buesing, David M. Bailey, Lawrence Bailey, Clarence W. Bailey, 
Donald J. Bailey: 

Payment of unpaid compensation due to death of Gertrude M. Bailey 149.40 

54 Leah I. McClendon: 

Payment of unpaid compensation due to death of William McClendon _ 154.21 

55 Mary R. Lund: 

Payment of unpaid compensation due to death of John J. McCubbin_ . 244. 43 

56 Mary Stefan: 

Payment of unpaid compensation due to death of Joe J. Stefan 414. 58 

Salaries for 6 months 137.83 

Net refunds and adjustments (66.91) 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 1,033.54 

Aug. 5 828 Peggy S. Crandall. and Harold B. Crandall: 

Payment of unpaid compensation due to death of Jeffrey B. Crandall. . .. 16.49 
Sept. 21 1763 Helen A. Heffernan: 

Payment of unpaid compensation due to death of George I. Heffernan 902.38 

1764 Ann E. Mudge: 

Payment of unpaid compensation due to death of James M. Mudge. ._ . 2, 126. 70 

Salaries for 6 months 25,954,390.53 

Adjustment _ 10.00 

Net salaries 25,954,400.53 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 25,957,446.10 

ATTENDING PHYSICIAN 

1970 

July 9 148 Eaton Laboratories _ _ $55.86 

Inhalation Equipment Co., Inc _ _ 57.02 

U.S. Hospital Supply Division 139.40 

Wood Scientific. Inc 115.00 

Wyeth Laboratories 317.99 

Year Book Medical Publishers... _ 13.50 

836 Robert F. Moran: 

Reimbursement for expenses incurred purchasing supplies for the office of attending 

physician, May 29-June27, 1970 25.88 

Aug. 5 846 A.J. Buck&Son _ _ 48.60 

Defense Personnel Support Center _ 156.80 

Henry B. Gilpin Co... _ 301.70 

L E. FickettCo.. _.. 78.85 

Scientific Products.. __ 208.00 

W. B.Saunders Co.. 22.10 

25 1230 Commanding Officer, National Naval Medical Center 781.91 

L E. FickettCo 31.25 

U.S. Hospital Supply.. 20.40 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 2,374.26 

Allowance as an assistant to the attending physician, as authorized, July 31, 1970: 

July 31 596 Virgil E. Dunn 150.00 

597 James A. Gary __ _ 150.00 

598 Millard J. Gomez 150.00 

599 Harry L. Kapinos __ 150.00 

600 Robert F. Moran 150.00 

601 Norman G. Oglesby 150.00 

602 Rufus J. Pearson, M.D.: 

Allowance as attending physician, as authorized, July 31, 1970... 1,000.00 

Allowance as an assistant to the attending physician, as authorized, July 31, 1970: 

603 Ellsworth J. Shegonee 150.00 

604 J. BrianSheedy, M.D... 150.00 

605 Michael J. Sylvester, M.D 150.00 

606 James N. Trone, M.D 150.00 

607 William F. Wroda 150.00 

Aug. 25 1228 Beuchler's _. 20.00 

Henry M. Stratton, Inc.. 17.50 

Parke-Davis . . 313.70 

S. Livingston & Son, Inc . 287.00 

Upjohn Co 339.12 

Wyeth Laboratories 68.65 

1231 A.J. Buck&Son 116.70 

Henry B.Gilpin Co 561.14 

Polaroid Corp 224.00 

Medical Directory, Inc . 10.00 

Scientific Products 7.92 



211 



Date No. 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

ATTENDING PHYSICIAN 



Amount 



1970 
Aug. 27 1357 Robert F. Moran: 

Reimbursement for expenses incurred purchasing supplies for the office of attending 

physician, July 7-Aug. 12, 1970 $133 20 

Allowance as an assistant to the attending physician, as authorized, Aug. 31 1970 ' 

31 1389 Virgil E. Dunn _ 150 00 

1390 James A. Gary... """ 150' 00 

1391 Millard J Gomez ................. 150." 00 

1392 Harry L. Kapinos . 150 00 

1393 Robert F. Moran "" 150 00 

1394 Norman G. Oglesby 15000 

1395 Rufus J. Pearson, M.D.: 

Allowance as attending physician, as authorized, Aug. 31, 1970 1,000 00 

Allowance as an assistant to the attending physician, as authorized Aug. 31 1970 • 

1396 J. BrianSheedy, M.D 150 00 

1397 Ellsworth J. Shegonee _ _ 150 00 

1398 Michael J. Sylvester, M.D "" 15o" 00 

1399 William F. Wroda V~~~~~~.1Y-Y.~_ 150 00 

Allowance as an assistant to the attending physician, as authorized, Sept. 30 1970: 

Sept. 30 1909 Virgil E. Dunn 15 n O o 

1910 James A. Gary 150 00 

1911 Millard J. Gomez __ 15000 

1912 Harry L. Kapinos "" 15000 

1913 Robert F. Moran 15000 

1914 Norman G. Oglesby: 

Allowance as an assistant to the attending physician, as authorized, Sept. 15, 1970 75 00 

1915 Rufus J. Pearson, M.D.: 

Allowance as attending physician, as authorized, Sept. 30, 1970 1,000 00 

Allowance as an assistant to the attending physician, as authorized, Sept. 30 1970- 

1916 J. BrianSheedy, M.D 150 00 

1917 Ellsworth J. Shegonee "" 15000 

1918 Michael J. Sylvester, M.D 150'00 

1919 William F. Wroda " 150'nn 

Oct. i 2037 a. j. Buck&son, inc .YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY.YYYY. "" 73' 90 

Commanding Officer, National Naval Medical Center ... 3, 503! 70 

Eaton Laboratories .. '30674 

eii Lilly & co — ::..;::;:; 367; 50 

Geigy _ 4 6 .57 

Parke-Davis 31 44 

2038 a. h. Robins Y.Y.YYYYYY.YY.YYYYYYYYYYYYYYY. ios'82 

American Monitor Corp . 26 68 

Drug Topics Red Book . 30 00 

Eii Lilly & co y.YY. 265" 51 

Merck, Sharp & Dohme 87 36 

Wyeth Laboratories . 9397 

7 2182 James A. Gary: 

Reimbursement for expenses incurred on official travel to attend course of instruction 

in use of Automatic Hypodermic Injector, Norfolk, Va., Sept. 15-16, 1970 122 42 
2183 Robert F. Moran: 

Reimbursement for expenses incurred on official travel to attend the annual meeting 

of the American Hospital Association, Houston, Tex., Sept. 13-17, 1970 351. 00 

13 2376 Abbott Laboratories ._ 45 24 

J. A. Preston Corp "" 75 22 

Schering _ ............ 36! 75 

Henry B. Gilpin Co _ w 459 58 

Mentholatum Co 14.' 40 

U.S. Hospital Supply Division... .. . 33 00 

2378 Commanding Officer, National Naval Medical Center "" 184914 

McGraw-Hill Book Co ' 54*08 

Professional Tape Co., Inc 390 

*.. Henry B. Gilpin Co ". 223 13 

Scientific Products YY.YYYYYYY. 189! 95 

Westwood Pharmaceuticals, Inc 175 62 

14 2466 Robert F. Moran: 

Reimbursement for expenses incurred purchasing supplies for the office of attending 

physician, Aug. 13-Oct. 6, 1970 89 25 

Allowance as an assistant to the attending physician, as authorized, Oct. 31, 1970: 

30 2816 Virgil E. Dunn . 150.00 

2817 James A. Gary 150 00 

2818 Millard J. Gomez 150!00 

2819 Harry L. Kapinos 15000 

2820 Robert F. Moran. __ 150 00 

2821 Rufus J. Pearson, M.D. : 

Allowance as attending physician, as authorized, Oct. 31, 1970. 1 000. 00 
„„,.„ Al '°wance as an assistant to the attending physician, as authorized Oct 31 1970: 

llll n, Brian (h St ! e c d h y ' M - D - — - 150 - 00 

2823 Ellsworth J. Shegonee 150 00 

2824 Michael J. Sylvester, M.D. 15(100 

2825 William F. Wroda ......... 15o!fJO 



212 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. ATTENDING PHYSICIAN Amount 

1970 

Nov. 9 3066 A.J. Buck & Son, Inc $145.55 

Defense Personnel Support Center. .__ _ 523.56 

General Electric _ _ 918.30 

Pfizer Diagnostics ___ 39.42 

10 3099 American Elsevier Publishing Co 39.00 

Commanding Officer, National Naval Medical Center... 1,200.72 

E. R. Squibb & Sons, Inc. _. 141.77 

J. A. Preston Corp __ 25. 13 

McGraw-Hill Book Co.. 34.79 

American Journal of Medicine _ 18. 00 

Allowance as an assistant to the attending physician, as authorized, Nov. 30, 1970: 

30 3328 Virgil E. Dunn ._ 150.00 

3329 James A. Gary _._ 150.00 

3330 Millard J. Gomez 150.00 

3331 Harry L. Kapinos: 

Allowance as an assistant to the attending physician, as authorized, Nov. 15, 1970 75. 00 

Allowance as an assistant to the attending physician, as authorized, Nov. 30, 1970: 

3332 Richard L Mallea 75.00 

3333 RobertF. Moran 150.00 

3334 Rufus J. Pearson, M.D.: 

Allowance as attending physician, as authorized, Nov. 30, 1970 1,000.00 

Allowance as an assistant to the attending physician, as authorized, Nov. 30, 1970: 

3335 J. BrianSheedy. M.D. __ 150.00 

3336 Ellsworth J. Shegonee.-. 150.00 

3337 Michael J. Sylvester, M.D... 150.00 

3338 William F.Wroda.... 150.00 

Dec. 8 3576 Rufus J. Pearson, M.D. : 

Reimbursement for expenses incurred on official travel to Williamsburg, Va., to at- 
tend the American College of Physicians meeting, Nov. 20-22, 1970 112.20 

11 3737 RobertF. Moran: 

Reimbursement for expenses incurred purchasing supplies for the office of attending 

physician, Oct. 1-Nov. 30, 1970 ._ 114.17 

Allowance as an assistant to the attending physician, as authorized, Dec. 31, 1970: 

18 3832 Virgil E.Dunn... 150.00 

3833 James A. Gary 150.00 

3834 Millard J. Gomez 150.00 

3835 Richard L. Mallea... ._ __ 150.00 

3836 Robert F. Moran 150.00 

3837 Rufus J. Pearson, M.D.: 

Allowance as attending physician as authorized, Dec. 31, 1970 1,000.00 

Allowance as an assistant to the attending physician, as authorized, Dec. 31, 1970: 

3838 J. BrianSheedy, M.D. _ 150.00 

3839 Ellsworth J. Shegonee... - 150.00 

3840 Michael J. Sylvester, M.D 150.00 

3855 William F.Wroda _ 150.00 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations _ 28,701.41 

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 

SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, AND SERVICES 
1970 
July 1 40 Office of the Clerk: 

Press Association, Inc., wire service, May 1966; December 1967; January 1968 $306. 00 

Aug. 10 896 Bureau of Employees' Compensation: 

Reimbursement for total benefits and other payments made from Employees' Com- 
pensation Fund during fiscal year 1969 on account of injury or death of employees 
or persons under jurisdiction of department or agency billed, occurring after Dec. 
31, 1960, Sec. 209, of Public Law 86-767, approved Sept. 13, 1960, 5 U.S.C. 8147. . . 33, 220. 00 
Nov. 25 3321 Office of the Doorkeeper: 

AIRS, linen rental, May 1-June 30, 1969 74.50 

Adjustments (2,000.00) 

Total paid from 1969 appropriations 31,600.50 

July 1 37 Office of the Doorkeeper: 

Womack Industries, Inc., exterminating services 340. 00 

Property Custodian: 

41 West Publishing Co., judicial books 113.50 

6 48 D. E. Otley, supplies - 21.60 

Hillyard Sales Cc, supplies... - -- - 24.00 

W. W. Grainger, Inc., 6 electric motors 172.38 

49 Dixie Janitor Supply Co., Inc., supplies.. 124.23 

S. Freedman & Sons. Inc., supplies... 225.22 

50 Vestal Lab., cleaning material 19.85 

Baer-Slade Corp., 2 cases of bowl brushes 43.20 

8 126 Yale Laundry: 

Laundry service furnished to the House of Representatives as per contract, May 1970. . 4, 318. 52 



213 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, AND SERVICES— Continued 

1970 Property Custodian: 

July 9 150 MGD Bindery Sales, 1 Dexter folder $3 707.00 

Columbia Bag Supply Co., Inc., 100 rolls corrugated paper ' 396 50 

Potomac Industrial Trucks, Inc., repair to Clark fork lift 56 37 

151 Columbia Bag Supply Co., Inc., sealing tape 1 015 20 

Bell & HowelT, equipment . ' 17' sn 

16 294 Bell & Howell: 

Film duplication, Sergeant at Arms, May 22-June 16, 1970 14 55 

22 398 Office Supply Service: . - - 

For stationery supplies furnished committees, officers of the House of Representatives 
and others, June 1970 13 574 56 

23 452 Office of the Sergeant at Arms: 

To restore and adjust Trust Fund Account in the Office of the Sergeant at Arms, pro- 
vided for by H. Res. 465, passed May 8, 1956, Public Law 624, 84th Congress, July 1, 

1969 June 30, 1970 ' 3148 

23 458 Property Custodian: 

West Publishing Co., judicial books 4 nn 

459 Yale Laundry: 

Laundry service furnished to the House of Representatives as per contract, June 1970 300 22 

Aug. 3 783 Publications Distribution Service: 

AIRS, rental of linen, June 1970 68 00 

783A Office of the Doorkeeper: 

Womack Industries, Inc., exterminating services 176 00 

5 841 Office of the Clerk: 

Wire service, June 1970 — 

Press Association I nc _ _ 132. 00 

Washington Capital News Service 90 00 

19 1066 Library of Congress: 

Payment for lamination of 8 official identification cards for Members, Committee on 
House Administration, June 30, 1970 4 50 

26 1275 American Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for staff, Clerk's office, May 1970. 44 nn 

Sept. 3 1561 Yale Laundry: 

Laundry service furnished to the House of Representatives as per contract, June 1970 4 449 20 

8 1574 Trans World Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for staff, Clerk's office, June 8, 1970 . 264 00 

28 1894 Property Custodian: 

Hercules Kalon Co., Inc., cleaning material for Capitol Custodian 131.82 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations. ___ 29,979.40 

Property Custodian: 

July 23 450 D. E. Otley, supplies 208.80 

451 Sears, Roebuck & Co., toilet articles 76 80 

30 576 Harold Wills: 

7 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip from 
Washington, D.C., to Las Vegas, Nev., July 13-20, 1970. 358 40 

848 Property Custodian: 

T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc., corrugated boxes 1, 231.84 

Dixie Janitor Supply Co.. Inc., soap dispensers _ ' 88*20 

National Cash Register Co., continuous blank tab paper. "" 126.31 

Office of Finance: 

849 Xerox Corp., reproducing payroll _• 250.93 

850 IBM Corp., data processing cards " 16.59 

6 859 Ancorp National Services, Inc.: 

Miscellaneous newspaper subscriptions, July 31, 1970 235.65 

Property Custodian: 

11 925 Hubbs & Corning Div., corrugated boxes _ 488.98 

American Printing & Duplicating Equipment Co., Inc., stitcher wire 89^00 

Capitol Radio Wholesalers, buss fusestat 3.14 

Dixie Janitor Supply Co., Inc., supplies "'.""".'.'.'. 22.05 

926 J. Milton Baker Co., supplies 107.81 

S. Freed man & Sons, Inc., supplies """" 550.69 

Hoover Co., cleaning implements __ __/_ 123^45 

Hancock's Vacuum Sales & Service, vacuum parts 10^80 

927 Commercial Plastics & Supply Corp., plastics for Pages' bench... 23.00 
,„ .„,.r Moore Busir| e ss Forms, Inc., perforated sheets for data processing 672 26 

19 1065 Library of Congress: 

Payment for lamination of 3 official identification cards for Members, Committee on 
House Administration, July 27, 1970 3 00 

20 1086 Capitol Hill Men's Shop: 

1 chauffeur's uniform, Clerk's office, Aug. 18, 1970 88 00 

1268 Empire Laundry, Inc.: 

„„, „ Laundry service furnished to the House of Representatives as per contract, July 1970 3,958.00 

1297 Office Supply Service: 

For stationery supplies furnished committees, officers of the House of Representatives 
and others, July 1970. 6 595 89 

27 1352 Property Custodian: 0,393.03 

T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc., corrugated boxes... __ 1,640.67 



214 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, AND SERVICES— Continued 
1970 
July 28 1375 Office of the Majority Whip: 

Times- Picayune Publishing Corp _ $24.00 

Sept. 1 1519 Property Custodian: 

Frank W. Winne & Son, Inc.. cotton twine 308.46 

U.S. Steel Supply, copper wire _ 309.25 

S. Freedman & Sons, Inc., supplies _. 473.02 

Bell & Howell, blue sucker cups, and servicing of inserting machine 321.60 

2 1536 Allen Arthur Heap: 

Reimbursement for cameras lost by the office of the Doorkeeper at the time they 
were checked while owner entered the House Gallery on May 26, 1970, Committee 

on House Administration, Aug. 20, 1970 1?.7.00 

Property Custodian: 

1 567 Capitol Radio Wholesalers, supplies 28. 22 

T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc., corrugated boxes 316.47 

1568 Potomac Rubber Co., Inc., supplies 30.51 

George R. Keller, Inc., supplies 133.77 

15 1666 Data Processing: 

IBM Corp., supplies 76.61 

18 1716 Property Custodian: 

Capitol Radio Wholesalers, supplies 3. 14 

1721 Office Supply Service: 

For stationery supplies furnished committees, officers of the House of Representatives 
and others, August 1970__. 6,400.68 

1729 Property Custodian: 

Potomac Rubber Co., 24 rubber mats 39.26 

Polaroid Corp., ID film and plastic 601.46 

Hancock's, 12 sets for Hoover vacuums. 22.60 

21 1760 Bell& Howell: 

Film, and film processing, Sergeant at Arms, Aug. 28, 1970 _ 48.40 

1761 Burroughs Corp.: 

12 ribbons. Sergeant at Arms, Aug. 25, 1970 __.. 27.00 

28 1893 Property Custodian: 

T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., corrugated boxes 598.00 

1895 Akos Kovacs: 

1 tire for exerciser in gym, Aug. 18, 1970 _. 5.98 

Property Custodian: 

1896 Memorex Corp., 10 reels Astron magnetic tape 205.80 

Oct. 2 2096 W. T. Weaver & Sons, supplies 17.76 

Capitol Radio Wholesalers, supplies 12. 54 

D. E. Otley, friction drive rolls, shafts and keys 490. 80 

6 2161 Empire Laundry, Inc.: 

Laundry service furnished to the House of Representatives as per contract, August 

1970. 4,137.08 

Property Custodian: 

2313 S. Freedman & Sons, Inc., towels 225.22 

2314 Frank W. Winne & Son. Inc.. cotton twine 329.96 

Capital Newspaper Distributing Div. : 

Miscellaneous newspaper subscriptions — 

2364 August 1970.. __ 235.65 

2365 September 1970 235.65 

Property Custodian: 

2379 Baer-Slade Corp., cleaning material 91.40 

Interiors by Saulsbury, Inc., carafe sets 252.00 

Vestal Labs., cleaning material 40.10 

Maurice Electrical Supply Co., Inc., connectors... 99-99 

14 2428 T. A. Cantwell Paper Co.. reinforced asphaltic tape 920.70 

West Chemical Products Inc., cleaning material - 51.00 

15 2505 Lee Markey Equipment Co., refrigerator 989.01 

2528 Cleveland Bush: 

17 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to New York City, and 
return, Sept. 20-Oct. 7. 1970 ~ 595.00 

19 2575 Office Supply Service: 

For stationery supplies furnished committees, officers of the House of Representatives 
and others, September 1970... 4,923.27 

22 2653 Bell & Howell: 

Film duplication and processing, Sept. 9-29, 1970 11. 16 

23 2655 B.F.Goodrich: 

Battery for official vehicle - 25.34 

Humble: 

Gasoline and oil _ 28.31 

Property Custodian: 

2658 Moore Business Forms, Inc., lister paper 49.60 

Allied Packaging Corp., mailing tubes 126.61 

27 2723 Advanced Equipment Co., Inc., barrel cradles - - 211.20 

2729 Empire Laundry, Inc.: 

Laundry service furnished to the House of Representatives as per contract, September 

1970 3,727.12 

Office of Finance: 

2732 General Services Administration, retirement brochures, July 31, 1970.. 20.64 

2734 Post Publishing Co., newspaper subscription, Oct. 31, 1970 Feb. 31, 1971... 59.00 

Richmond Times-Dispatch, newspaper subscription, June 16-Sept. 15, 1970 7.50 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, AND SERVICES— Continued 

Oct. 28 2761 Penn Central Transportation Co.: 

Official travel for staff, Clerk's office, Sept. 20-Oct. 7 1970 *u nn 

30 2832 Property Custodian: ' """ " "" * J4 - UU 

Chemistry Hall Laboratories, Inc, supplies 540 50 

Moore Business Forms, I nc, forms 167 26 

A. B. Dick Co., copy supplies ....... 264 10 

Westvaco, boxes 411' 5n 

T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc., boxes 4?? on 

Office of the Clerk: *"■ bu 

Nov. 2 2941 San Antonio Light, subscription, Speaker's Lobby, Nov. 1 1970-71 95 00 

2942 S. Livingston & Son, Inc., chauffeur's cap... Yoc 

2947 Office of Finance: *'™ 

AIRS, aprons... 10c ln 

Bell & Howell, film duplication '.'.'."'.'."'.".'.'. 32 98 

General Services Administration, retirement forms _ 2 70 

Press Association, Inc., city wire service " 396 00 

Washington Capital Newsservice, wire service 27000 

Womack I ndustries, I nc, termite control . . ™' nn 

Xerox Corp.- W8> uu 

Payroll duplication __ 525 21 

Machine contract rn'it; 

Property Custodian: "- 13 

3 2959 Capitol Radio Wholesalers, electronic bulbs 529 

Dixie Janitor Supply Co., Inc., soap dispensers... " 73 50 

Library of Congress, photoduplication service 2 00 

5 3022 T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc., reinforced seahng tape. 1 104 84 

6 3026 Memorex Corp., magnetic tape canisters 41160 

Baer-Slade Corp., supplies ...... 55*60 

S. Freedman & Sons, Inc., supplies __ ....... 550 69 

J. Milton Baker Co., floor machine with accessories 491' 14 

D. E. Otley, parts 207 30 

3030 Baer-Slade Corp., supplies 4200 

Hollinger Corp., corrugated boxes "" ?14'k? 

7 3044 Charles E.Cressell: ° 

19 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to New York 

Oct. 12-30, 1970 ' 66 5 00 

Property Custodian: 

9 3046 IBM Corp., tab cards 144 16 

D. E. Otley, machine supplies ........".. 172 00 

MGD Graphic Systems, service to folding machine ... . 232 81 

3091 Laird Equipment Co., nameplate supplies " ' 245 00 

10 3123 T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc., corrugated boxes _ " 2 07111 

Specialties, Inc., machine parts __ " ' 15 96 

OMIS Corp., design and construction of light module. ._""'"! 185 13 

Hollinger Corp., corrugated boxes 171 83 

17 3199 T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc., corrugated boxes 577" 1? 

3200 Office of the Clerk: "'•" 

Humble Gas and Oil... . 7 on 
20 3272 Office of the Majority Whip: 

Congressional Quarterly Inc 3c. nn 

23 3284 Property Custodian: da - uu 

General Services Administration, hand drill 8 40 

->r .,.,„„ Hubbs & Corning Div., corrugated boxes " 32901 

25 3322 Office of the Doorkeeper: 

AIRS, linen rental ... pc an 
Dec. 2 3498 Office Supply Service: 

For stationery supplies furnished committees, officers of the House of Representatives 

and others, October 1970. o 070 7i 

7 3535 Property Custodian: *,£/*.£* 

Frank W. Winne & Son, Inc., cotton twine 321 11 

W. W. Grainger, Inc., electric motors . 204 78 

Dixie Janitor Supply Co. I nc, smoking stands 540* 96 
ANCORP National Services, Inc.: 

Miscellaneous newspaper subscriptions— 

8 3579 October 1970. -,0c, fiI - 

3580 November 1970. .:."" „2*« 

3581 Empire Laundry, Inc.: 

La i97o y service furnished t0 the H °use of Representatives as per contract, October 

10 3613 Property Custodian":""" 4,066.06 

Advanced Equipment Co., Inc., hand trucks 1 762 30 

, ccn D „D |XI , e Janitor Supply Co., Inc., soap dispensers ' 73' 50 

3650 Bell & Howell: 

,„, ,. u Film duplication, Sergeant at Arms, July 1-Aug. 20, 1970 32 98 

3651 Library of Congress: 

Payment for lamination of 7 official identification cards for Members and spouses of 
heHouse of Representatives, Committee on House Administration, July 27-Oct. 20, 

1970 _ c nn 

3688 Architect of the Capitol: 

ic nc-i ^« Gaso'ine and oil. Clerk's office, Sept. 1-Oct. 31, 1970 48 81 

15 3767 Office of the Doorkeeper: 

Womack Industries, Inc., services 352.00 



216 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, AND SERVICES— Continued 
1970 
Dec. 17 3819 Edward T. Kellaher: 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, 

D.C., to Buffalo, N.Y., and return, Dec. 1-3, 1970 

Office of the Clerk: 

Sundry subscriptions— 

3826 Abilene Reporter-News 

Albuquerque Journal... 

Arkansas Democrat 

Arkansas Gazette 

Atlanta Constitution = 

Atlanta Journal 

Billings Gazette __ 

Birmingham Post Herald __ 

Boston Globe — -. 

Boston Herald Traveler Corp .._ 

Buffalo Evening News _. _. 

Casper Star-Tribune 

Cincinnati Enquirer 

Columbus Dispatch 

Dallas Morning News.. 

Denver Post 

Detroit Free Press 

Detroit News 

Duluth New Tribune... 

Evening & Sunday Bulletin 

Florida Times-Union 

Fort Worth Star-Telegram 

Boston Globe... 

Grand Rapids Press 

Great Falls Tribune 

Greenville News 

Honolulu Advertiser 

Houston Chronicle _ . _ 

Helena Independent-Record. 

Indianapolis Star 

Jersey Journal 

Milwaukee Sentinel _ _ 

Milwaukee Journal 

Knoxville News-Sentinel 

Manchester Union Leader 

Memphis Press-Scimitar 

Minneapolis Tribune 

Montana Standard _ 

Montgomery Ad vertiser 

N ewa rk Sta r Ledger _ _ 

Oklahoma City Times... 

Oregonian 

Oregon Journal 

Patriot _.. 

Pensacola New Journal _ 

Portland Press Herald.. _._ 

Raleigh News Observer _._ _ 

Roanoke Times. 

St. Louis Globe Democrat. 

St. Louis Post Dispatch .. _ 

St. Paul Pioneer Press 

Sacramento Bee.. 

San Antonio Light 

San Francisco Chronicle 

Savannah Morning News 

Seattle Post Intelligencer _ 

Sioux Falls Argus Leader __ _ 

Sunday Patriot News 

Times Picayune 

Tulsa World _ 

Virginian Pilot 

23 3942 Press Association, Inc., special wire service, Oct. 1-Nov. 30, 1970 

Washington Capital News Service, wire service, Nov. 1-30, 1970 _ 

Eastman Kodak Co., supplies 

Xerox Corp., supplies and rental, payroll reproduction 

29 3964 Property Custodian: 

United States Capitol Historical Society 300,000 1971 "We, the People" calendars.. 

30 3995 John Penn: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Grand 
Rapids, Mich., Dec. 16, 1970 _ 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 



$106. 30 



45.00 
36.00 
38.00 
55.00 
50.00 
50.00 
27.00 
33.20 
9.00 
72.75 
48.00 
27.00 
54.60 
53.45 
36.00 
33.00 
67.60 
15.60 
33.80 
39.00 
40.00 
39.00 

108.00 
48.00 
28.00 
41.60 
72.00 
60.00 
25.00 
54.00 
18.00 
31.00 
70.00 
44.20 
30.00 
27.60 
59.80 
27.00 
49.40 
39.50 
21.00 
51.00 
30.00 
26.00 
75.00 
65.40 
36.40 
33.00 
36.00 
42.20 
72.80 
48.00 
25.00 
52.50 
43.20 
54.00 
29.00 
20.80 
48.00 
45.00 
42.00 

264. 00 
90.00 
23.88 

277. 99 

144, 000. 00 



156. 00 
220,743.67 



217 

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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

EQUIPMENT 

Adjustment _ $7,057.95 

Total paid from 1969 appropriations 7 057 95 

1970 ' 
July 1 42 Capitol View Service: 

Repairs to House Post Office station wagon, June 22, 1970 23 05 

6 47 Office Equipment Service: 

A. B. Dick Co., 2 mimeographs, 1 folder, and 1 Lectrojog accessory .. 1,443.90 

Business Equipment Center. 2 recorders ' 610. 63 

Elliott Business Machines, 2 addressers 2, 090! 00 

IBM, 2 dictating units and 1 typewriter '_'_'_'_ 1,458! 00 

SCM Corp., typewriter 212 50 

16 296 Ford Motor Co.: 

Car leasing, Sergeant at Arms, Jan. 1-June 30, 1970 300.00 

Office Equipment Service: 

24 498 Dictaphone Corp., 1 recorder, and 1 transcriber . 901.60 

Dura Business Machines, 2 Dura accessory kits 270! 00 

Elliott Business Machines, 1 addresser, and 1 cabinet .. 1, 24l! 00 

IBM, 6 typewriters, 1 recorder. 1 transcriber ~ 3, 762! 00 

Remington Rand Office Machines, 2 adding machines 491. 72 

Scriptomatic, Inc.. 1 addresser '_'_ 1,087.75 

30 593 Royal Office Typewriters, 1 adding machine and 2 typewriters 812! 95 

A. B. Dick Co., 1 offset and 2 mimeographs 4,466. 75 

Elliott Business Machines, addresser cabinet 243.25 

Pitney-Bowes, Inc., collator 367.00 

Scriptomatic, Inc., addresser cabinet 119.50 

Smith-Corona Corp., adding machine. 189.05 

Business Equipment Center, 1 recorder, 1 transcriber, and 1 combination unit 767 53 

IBM, 34 typewriters 16,033 50 

Aug. 5 840 A. B. Dick Co., 1 offset machine 1,933.00 

Gestetner Corp., 2 mimeographs 1, 557. 50 

IBM, 13 typewriters _ 6,101.00 

Royal Office Typewriters, 1 typewriter _ 357.20 

SCM Corp., 1 adding machine ... . 189 05 

854 Office of the Clerk: 

Ford Motor Co., car rental, Jan. 1-June 30, 1970 375.00 

855 Office of the Sergsdnt at Arms: 

Ford Motor Co., car rental, Jan. 1-June 30, 1970.. . 300 00 

856 Office of the Clerk: 

Humble, gasoline, June 1970 2. 00 

Architect of the Capitol: 

857 Gasoline and oil. Clerk's office, May 1-June 30, 1970. . 71 54 

26 1278 Gasoline, House Post Office, May 1-June 30, 1970 "" 3s! 41 

1307 Office Equipment Service: 

A. B. Dick Co., 1 o set press 1,933.00 

Friden. Inc., 2 letter openers, 4 sealers, 1 adding machine, 1 folder 2,222.00 

IBM, 2 typewriters 927.00 

SCM Corp., 1 adding machine " 189 05 

27 1353 Office of the Postmaster: 

Ford Motor Co., car rental, June 4-30, 1970 44.98 

Office Equipment Service: 

31 1405 Friden, Inc., 1 adding machine, 1 letter opener, 1 sealer 778.50 

Monroe Calculator Co., 2 adding machines 436. 10 

Olivetti Underwood Corp., 1 adding machine.. 202.50 

Smith-Corona Corp., 1 adding machine 189.05 

Scriptomatic, Inc., 1 addresser 1, 187. 75 

Victor Comptometer Corp., 1 adding machine 233. 10 

IBM, 13 typewriters, 1 recorder, and 1 transcriber 6,543.00 

Sept. 3 1571 Dura Business Machines, 3 automatic typewriters .. .. 13,245.00 

IBM, 1 typewriter 459.00 

Remington Rand, 1 adding machine 245.86 

Royal Office Typewriters, 24 typewriters and 1 adding machine..- 4,464. 15 

A. B. Dick Co., 1 mimeograph, and 1 offset press . 2,476.87 

18 1730 3M Business Products Sales, Inc., photocopier 302.68 

Elliott Business Machines, Inc., addresser __ .. _ 1,045.00 

Singer-Friden Div., 1 folder. 2 letter sealers, and 1 letter opener. 1, 163. 25 

ITEL Corp., 6 accessory kits _ 795.00 

23 1827 IBM, 6 typewriters 2,790.00 

SCM Corp., 1 typewriter 226.00 

ITEL Corp.. 4 accessory kits, and 1 automatic typewriter .. 5,030.00 

20 2600 Singer-Friden Div., 2 letter openers 465.50 

Pitney-Bowes, 1 mail opener. 1 folding machine . . 566.00 

Nov. 2 2946 IBM, 4 typewriters. _ 1,854 00 

10 3117 Friden, Inc . _ " " " "" 280.25 

Dec. 11 3743 Friden, Inc., 1 opener, 1 sealer.. "" " 513 00 

Adjustments !! (7,561.84) 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations _ 91,062.13 



218 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

EQUIPMENT— Continued 
1970 Office Equipment Service: 

Aug 5 837 A. B. Dick Co., 1 folder, 1 offset, and 1 mimeograph machine $2,778.50 

26 1306 A. B. Dick Co., 1 mimeograph, and 1 folder 845.50 

Business Equipment Center, combination dictating unit 297. 15 

31 1403 SCM Corp., adding machine 189.05 

Addressograph Multigraph Corp., addresser cabinet 226.25 

Business Equipment Center, Ltd., combination recorder-transcriber, and 1 tape 

recorder 684. 74 

Friden, Inc., adding machine 265. 50 

1570 Elliott Business Machines, addresser 1,045.00 

Business Equipment Center, 2 tape recorders _._ 713.79 

Royal Office Typewriters, adding machine 98. 55 

ITELCorp., 2 automatic typewriters 8,830.00 

Dictaphone Corp., 3 recorders, and 3 transcribers 2,704.80 

1731 Smith-Corona Corp., 2 adding machines 378. 10 

Gestetner Corp., 6 mimeographs, and 1 scanner 6, 468. 00 

ITELCorp., 3 Dura accessory kits 380.00 

Thomas A. Edison Industries, recorder 371.45 

A. B. Dick Co., offset duplicator 1,742.19 

Business Equipment Center, Embassy recorder 262.87 

Scriptomatic, Inc., addresser, and cabinet 1,277.25 

Dicta phone Corp., recorder 450. 80 

23 1828 Business Equipment Center, 2 tape recorders.. 743.49 

ITEL Corp., Dura accessory kit, and 1 automatic typewriter.. _ 4,480.00 

IBM, 18 typewriters, and 1 transcribing unit... 8,797.00 

7 2210 Architect of the Capitol: 

Gasoline and oil, Clerk's office, July-August 1970. _ 48.58 

13 2351 Office Equipment Service: 

3M Business Products Center, copier 302.68 

A. B. Dick Co., offset press 2,051.70 

Fidelity Sound Co., Inc., 2 Sony tape recorders 225. 25 

Business Equipment Center, Stenorette dictating unit, 2 Fi-Cord dictating units, 3 

Stenorette combination units 1,606.05 

ITELCorp., 2 automatic typewriters 8,830.00 

16 2539 Architect of the Capitol : 

Gasoline and oil, House Post Office, July 1-Aug. 31, 1970 41.75 

23 2664 Office Equipment Service: 

Gestetner Corp., 5 mimeographs 4,249.75 

Royal Office Typewriters, 1 typewriter.. 357.20 

Olivetti Underwood Corp., adding machine 202.50 

Fidelity Sou nd, tape recorder 134. 80 

A. B. Dick Co., mimeograph. __ 636.35 

Business Equipment Center, Inc., tape recorder 351.95 

Nov. 2 2943 Office of the Postmaster: 

Lee D. Butler, Inc., repair, Post Office vehicle 20.60 

Office Equipment Service: 

3 2965 EPSCO, Inc., 8 automatic typewriters 36,960.00 

Singer-Friden Div., folder, and 1 letter opener 615.00 

ITEL Corp., automatic typewriter 4, 415.00 

Scriptomatic, Inc., addressing machine, and 1 cabinet 1,277.25 

Burroughs Corp., adder 184.00 

IBM, 31 typewriters.. 14,717.50 

12 3125 Business Equipment Center, combination dictation-transcription unit with accessories.. 328. 34 

ITELCorp., Mach 10 accessory kit 185.00 

A. B. Dick Co., folder, and electro-jogger 398.00 

Monroe, 2 adding machines 431. 20 

Smith-Corona Corp., 3 adders 567.15 

IBM, 5 typewriters, 1 transcribing unit, 1 telephone attachment 2,743.00 

Dec. 10 3652 Data Processing: 

IBM Corp., equipment rental 17,859.70 

Office Equipment Service: 

3653 A. B. Dick Co., mimeograph.- 636.35 

Elliott Corp., cabinet... __ 115.00 

International AutoPen, signature machine ___ 1, 050. 00 

Edityper Corp., 4 automatic typewriters with accessories 18,430.00 

Smith-Corona Corp., adder _ 189.05 

IBM, typewriter 495.00 

Business Equipment Center, dictating unit 297. 15 

11 3698 IBM, 14 typewriters, 2 dictating units, 2 transcribing units 8,931.00 

Remington Rand, adder, and calculator 958.36 

Elliott Business Machines, addresser, and cabinet 1, 241. 00 

Fidelity Sound Co., Inc., dictating unit 119.85 

14 3756 Pitney-Bowes, Inc 274.00 

16 3783 Business Equipment Center, tape recorder 731.61 

Edityper Corp., 2 automatic typewriters 9,240.00 

ITEL Corp., 3 automatic typewriters .-- 13,245.00 

Fidelity Sound, tape recorder - 134. 80 



219 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



EQUIPMENT— Continued 

1970 Office Equipment Service— Continued 

Dec. 16 3783 IBM, 2 dictating units, 2 transcribing units, and 8 typewriters.. $6 090 00 

Gestetner Corp., 6 mimeographs 5' 028 50 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 211 026 95 

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE 
July 1 38 Bell & Howell Co.: 

Preventive maintenance service per contract, Sergeant at Arms, Jan. 1-June 30 1970 85 63 
39 Property Custodian: 

IBM Corp., supplies i/i7 en 

9 146 Office Equipment Service: - DU 
Maintenance and supplies — 

APECO, May 1970 ,c nn 

Bell & Howell, June 1970 44 84 

Business Equipment Center, May 1970.. . isi'm 

Dictaphone, March 1970. J,oqc 

Elliott, May 1970 63529 

International AutoPen, May 1970... i 7 'nn 

IBM, March-May 1970 ? qJn in 

3M Co., May 1970... ?2q no 

Remington Rand, May 1970. 27 95 

Royal Typewriters, June 1970... 272 76 

Smith-Corona Marchant, May 1970 hr nn 

Property Custodian: 6b - uu 

187 Carey Machinery & Supply Co., Inc., supplies o?r ri 

188 W. B. Skidmore Co., repair Widgit 00777 

189 Whitaker Bros. Business Machines, Inc.: 

,r „ „„ Semi-annual machine inspection, Sergeant at Arms, Jan. 1-June 30, 1970 24 00 

15 243 Office of Finance: «.-».«« 

Xerox Corp., equipment rental, Apr. 29-June 1, 1970 ior i« 

16 295 Burroughs Corp.: luo - 10 

Payment due on service contract to cover banking machines, Sergeant at Arms Mar 1- 

July 1, 1970 ?7 . lq 

23 454 Ancorp National Services, Inc.: "i.w 

Miscellaneous newspaper subscriptions, June 1970 ??o on 

Data Processing: ui ' w 
Rental of equipment- 
National Cash Register Co.— 

HI April-July 1970 7,380.00 

2$ P.0 — - — ----- 525.00 

457 Do ._ 1 257 00 

Office Equipment Service: "" i.ai.w 

Maintenance and supplies — 

24 499 Ames Supply Co., June 1970.... 255 93 

Automated Correspondence Systems, June 1970 693 65 

Elliott Business Machines, June 1970... . 626 32 

Lanier Business Products, May 1970 w'50 

Intercontinental Systems, April 1970 42'7i 

International AutoPen, May-June 1970 oc'nn 

IBM, May-June 1970 qqqoV 

Pitney-Bowes, Inc., June 1970 ." "300 

Smith-Corona Marchant, June 1970 n'nn 

29 574 A. B. Dick, Co., June 1970 "_"_".". 353 14 

Addressograph Multigraph Corp., May-June 1970 """"' 82 32 

American Supply Inc., June 1970 87' 55 

Business Equipment Center, June 1970 151" nn 

3M Co., June 1970 "" '«,„ 

Whitaker Bros., June 1970. jinn 

Aug. 5 853 Office of the Clerk: 18 - uu 

Washington Post Co., bid and proposal oc « 

25 1232 Office Equipment Service: "-^ 

Maintenance and supplies — 

Dictaphone, June 1970.. .. fin en 

Friden, May 1970 """ ,?2,c 

Gestetner, June 1970. w'S. 

IBM, May-June 1970 """ 4 ^'q? 

Remington Rand, June 1970 Knnn 

Royal, June 1970.. ^T 

SCM Corp., June 1970... """ IL'TS. 

Sept. 3 1559 Property Custodian: lb -°° 

IBM Corp., supplies _ 290 21 



53-476 O— 71 15 



220 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE— Continued 

Office Equipment Service: 
1970 Maintenance and supplies- 
Sept 18 1725 Scriptomatic, June 1970. _ $16.00 

1732 Ames Supply Co., July-August 1970 557. 48 

Automated Correspondence Systems, July-August 1970 43. 50 

Dictaphone, July 1970 63.10 

International AutoPen, July 1970 12.00 

ITELJuly 1970 335.77 

Olivetti Underwood, July 1970 14.00 

Pitney-Bowes, Inc., August 1970 15.00 

Royal, August 1970. 15.00 

Scriptomatic, July-August 1970 59.38 

Singer, July 1970... 18.25 

Smith-Corona Marchant, July-August 1970 133.98 

28 1897 Property Custodian: 

W. B. Skidmore Co., repair Widgit 289.46 

1898 Data Processing: 

National Cash Register Co., dismantling and preparation for shipment of canceled 

NCR equipment 80.00 

Oct. 6 2164 Office Equipment Service: 

Friden, maintenance parts and labor, June 1970 490.87 

Singer, maintenance labor, May-June 1970 48.00 

Office of Finance: 

27 2728 General Services Administration, health benefit brochures, June 30, 1970 10.50 

28 2770 Xerox Corp., equipment, June 1970 60.00 

Dec. 8 3583 Data Processing: 

IBM Corp., equipment purchase 232,885.00 

Adjustments 868.39 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 260,315.54 

July 23 453 Property Custodian: 

Laird Equipment Co., engraving supplies _ 294.35 

Aug. 5 851 Office of Finance: 

Remington Rand, equipment maintenance services 287.71 

Property Custodian: 

852 W. B. Skidmore Co., repair of Widgit ._ 62.65 

25 1266 Laird Equipment Co., accessory to engraver machine _ 86.00 

1267 James A. Edgerton & Son, Inc., repair to 11 Bunn tying machines 113. 03 

26 1270 Office Equipment Service: 

Equipment maintenance for July 1970 — 

A. B. Dick Co ---. 451.26 

Add ressograph - 26. 52 

Ames _ 268.96 

APECO 28.92 

Bell& Howell 22.33 

Dictaphone 29.40 

Elliott .._. 573.19 

IBM.. 1,495.38 

ITELCorp. 15.00 

Royal .._- 54.35 

Victor _ 14.55 

Sept. 15 1667 Data Processing: 

National Cash Register Co., service on the Century 100 192.50 

Property Custodian: 

18 1717 W. B. Skidmore Co., repair work on Widgits 385.10 

1718 Do 20.00 

1727 Do -- 34.96 

Potomac Industrial Trucks, Inc., service for Clark forklift.. 79.95 

Oct. 5 2102 W. B. Skidmore Co. Inc., repair Widgits - 667.47 

6 2163 Office Equipment Service: 

Equipment maintenance for August 1970 — 

3M Business Products 296.62 

Remington-Rand 70.59 

Smith-Corona Marchant 15. 00 

W. B. Skidmore _ 20.00 

A. B. Dick... _ 40.67 

Business Equipment Center 345. 35 

Elliott __._ 17.75 

Fidelity Sound 14.25 

General Services Administration 28. 00 

Lanier 33.40 

Property Custodian: 

12 2287 American Printing & Duplicating Co., servicing and repair of collating machine 65.00 

W. B. Skidmore Co., Inc., repair Widgits 43.00 

15 2506 Do _ 52.06 



221 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE— Continued 

Oct. 15 2507 Data Processing: 

ii , fm ™ Standard Register Co., labor and travel expenses to readjust imprinter $35 90 

21 2602 Office Equipment Service: 

Gestetner, maintenance, parts, and labor, July 1970.. _ 318 00 

IBM, maintenance, parts, labor, and supplies, July-August 1970 3 088 60 

Lanier, maintenance, parts, and labor, August 1970 63 80 

Singer, maintenance, parts, and labor, July-August 1970. 26 00 

A. B. Dick, maintenance, parts, and labor, August 1970 . 32121 

American Supply, maintenance supplies, September 1970 293 99 

Automated Correspondence Systems, maintenance, parts, and jabor, August 1970 51 85 

Business Equipment Center, maintenance, parts, and labor, August 1970 268 19 

General Services Administration, maintenance supplies, August 1970 62 87 

23 2667 Pitney-Bowes, maintenance, parts, and labor, September 1970 16' 10 

Royal, maintenance, parts, and labor, August-September 1970 161 53 

Singer, maintenance, parts, and labor, August 1970 ig'06 

SCM, maintenance, parts, and labor, August-September 1970 84 00 

A. B. Dick, maintenance, labor, and parts, September 1970 45l' 08 

Addressograph, maintenance, labor, and parts, August 1970 23*40 

Ames Supply Co., maintenance supplies, September 1970 346 21 

Gestetner, maintenance, labor, and parts, August-September 1970 635 85 

Humble, maintenance supplies, September 1970 . 3148 

IBM, maintenance parts, labor, and supplies, August-September 1970 " 2 686 08 

Office of Finance: 

27 2724 Pitney-Bowes, Inc., repair envelope sealer 15 00 

Nov. 2 2944 Polaroid Corp., service contract, July 7, 1970-71 ?8d' ?n 

2945 Property Custodian: cw '^ 

7 »rws « W BSkidmore Co., Inc., repairs to Widgit ._ 84.76 

3 3023 Steuart Motor Co.: 

n ^„o „ Repair to House Post Office station wagon caused by accident, Oct. 22, 1970 100 00 

9 3092 Property Custodian: 

i» Mic n(B w - B -. skidm , c re Co.. Inc., repair of Widgit 39. 96 

18 3215 Office Equipment Service: 

IBM, maintenance parts and supplies _ 545 67 

Remington Rand, maintenance parts and labor 10803 

SCM Corp., maintenance labor " 7500 

W. W. Grainger, Inc., shop supplies !!!! 218 20 

A. B. Dick, maintenance supplies '_'" 89 40 

Ames Supply Co., maintenance parts and supplies.. . 317 48 

A PECO, maintenance service 35* 07 

Business Equipment Center, maintenance parts and labor! !!! !!!!! "" 200 50 

Dictaphone, maintenance parts 14 21 

Friden Div.. maintenance parts and labor ...... 34' 38 

Data Processing: 

23 3293 IBM, for systems engineering services 1 078 nn 

Dec. 8 3582 Do. " " " RiAam 

11 3699 Office Equipment Service: '■" " " »-' w - w 

Maintenance parts, labor, and supplies- 
American Supply Co 120 74 

Business Equipment Center !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 25145 

Friden 1 19749 

International AutoPen ' 25! 50 



IBM. 
3M. 



1,954.61 
146.18 



Pitney- Bowes, I nc 19 80 

Remington-Rand " " 28 00 

Royal _ !!!!!!!!!!"! 84' 23 

Paul H. Werres Co., Inc _ 381.00 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 29,427.33 

, , „ ,„ GRATUITIES 

July 8 127 Mary R.Lund: 

Payment of a gratuity due to the death of John J. McCubbin 7 999 44 
23 460 Audrey H. McCord: 

Payment of a gratuity due to the death of Robert E. McCord 35,504.94 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 43,504.38 

July 31 651 Harold B. Crandall, Jr.: 

Payment of a gratuity due to the death of Jefferey B. Crandall 247 38 
652 Peggy S. Crandall: 

a n 9o io7c .. . Payment of a gratuity due to the death of Jefferey B. Crandall 247 38 

Aug. 28 1376 Marion Neary: «•■«.«>» 

Payment of a gratuity due to the death of William J. Neary 12,675.84 



222 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

GRATUITIES-Continued 
1970 
Sept. 17 1690 Marie Hegarty: 

Payment of a gratuity due to the death of Eugene D. Hegarty... $27,343.38 

18 1719 Ann E. Mudge: 

Payment of a gratuity due to the death of James M. Mudge 9, 114.44 

1720 Helen A. Heffernan: 

Payment of a gratuity due to the death of George I. Heffernan 9,554.64 

Oct. 27 2725 Ella C.Houston: 

Payment of a gratuity due to the death of Simon E. Houston 3,986.74 

2726 Daniel J. McElveney: 

Payment of a gratuity due to the death of John A. B. McElveney 4,856.49 

2727 Leo A. McElveney: 

Payment of a gratuity due to the death of John A. B. McElveney 4,856.49 

Dec. 17 3820 Harold M. Ryan, executor of estate of Margaret Marsh: 

Payment of a gratuity, as executor of the estate, due to the death of Margaret Marsha . 5,030. 16 



Total paid from 1971 appropriations 77,912.94 

OFFICIAL BONDS 
Aug. 5 829 Office of the Postmaster: 

Washington Insurance Agency, Inc _ 130.00 

Adjustments. (382.00) 



Total paid from 1970 appropriations (252.00) 

Sept. 3 1560 Fidelity & Deposit Co. of Maryland: 

Premium on Notary Public bond, Sergeant at Arms, Aug. 25, 1970 10.00 



Total paid from 1971 appropriations 10.00 

RESTAURANT 
2474 Architect of the Capitol : 

Reimbursement to the Architect of the Capitol for the operation of the House of 
Representatives restaurant under the provisions of Public Law 91-382, approved 
Aug. 18, 1970, Sept. 24, 1970 270,000.00 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations. 270,000.00 

INTERPARLIAMENTARY RECEPTION 

July 29 572 House of Representatives Restaurant: 

Official coffee-reception honoring 3 Mayors from the cities of Krakow, Wroclaw and 

Plock in Poland, hosted by the Hon. Clement J. Zablocki, June 11, 1970 9.50 

Adjustments (13.60) 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations.. 



(4. 10) 


22. 


50 


153. 


20 


25. 


00 


200.70 



House of Representatives Restaurant: 

Aug. 25 1269 Official coffee-reception honoring visiting East Asian Inter-Parliamentary Group, 
hosted by the Subcommittee on Asian & Pacific Affairs, July 8, 1970 

Oct. 22 2654 Official luncheon hosted by Hon. Leonard Farbstein, Chairman, Subcommittee on 
Europe, in honor of Hon. Gerhard Schroeder, Chairman of the Foreign Affairs 
Committee of the German Bundestag (Parliament), Sept. 9, 1970 

Dec. 8 3584 Official reception hosted by Hon. William T. Murphy, Chairman, Subcommittee on 
Asian and Pacific Affairs, in honor of the Speaker of the I ndian Parliament, Oct. 14, 
1970 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 

Members' district office rentals for June 1970: 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 

1970 

July 1 1 Watkins M. Abbitt Great Bridge Developers Chesapeake, Va 120.00 

Do George Abbitt, J r Appomattox, Va 75.00 

E.Ross Adair Lincoln National Bank & Trust Fort Wayne, Ind 100.00 

Co. 

Joseph P. Addabbo Louis DeSena & C. Benedict Ozone Park, N.Y 100.00 

Mauro. 

Bill Alexander Arkansas State University ..... Arkansas State University, 200.00 

Ark. 

Glenn M. Anderson Palos Verdes Pacific Corp Torrance, Calif 200.00 

John B. Anderson Rock River Savings Rockford, III 160.00 

George W. Andrews Mabel Finlayson Union Springs, Ala 150.00 

John M. Ashbrook Sam and Abe Brenner Wooster, Ohio 100.00 

Do. Ashland Progress, Inc Ashland, Ohio 110.00 

William H. Ayres Krumroy Realty Co. Akron, Ohio.. 100.00 

E. Y. Berry. Bank Realty Co. Rapid City, S. Dak 100.00 

Do Johnson Bldg _. Mitchell, S. Dak 100.00 

Jackson E. Betts Betty M. Drake Findlay, Ohio 60.00 

Do... Mid-Ohio Building Corp Mansfield, Ohio. 62.50 



223 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for June 1970— Continued 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 

1970 

July 1 1 Mario Biaggi Shalimar Restaurant, I nc Bronx, N.Y_ $200.00 

Edward G. Biester, Jr M. & M. Holding Co Levittown. Pa 100.00 

Jonathan B. Bingham Libtul Realty Co., Inc Bronx, N.Y 200.00 

Ray Blanton David Harrison, Jr., d.b. a. Memphis, Tenn 200.00 

Branchdale Bldg. 

Frank T. Bow Linbeck Enterprises, Inc Canton, Ohio 200.00 

John Brademas Mort Linder of Mort Linder South Bend, I nd 200.00 

& Associates. 

Frank J. Brasco.. Brasco, Scholnick & Verini New York, N.Y 200.00 

William G. Bray Forum Realty Corp Indianapolis, Ind.. . 200.00 

W. E. (Bill) Brock P.T.Love Athens, Tenn 190.00 

Wm. S. Broomfield RomeoGadoua Clawson, Mich 175.00 

Clarence J. Brown Office Centers, Inc Marion, Ohio 100.00 

Garry Brown Kenneth H. Krum Vicksburg, Mich _ 100. 00 

George E. Brown, Jr David Ramirez Pico Rivera, Calif 200.00 

James T. Broyhill Commercial Real Estate & Gastonia, N.C 70.00 

Investment Co. 

Do Triplett Realty Co Lenoir, N.C 120.00 

Joel T. Broyhill Virginia Mortgage Investment Arlington, Va. 200.00 

Co., Inc. 

J. Herbert Burke A. Gray Boylston Fort Lauderdale, Fla 165.00 

Laurence J. Burton V. Grant Jacobsen Provo, Utah 135. 00 

Daniel E. Button Manuel Rockwood Albany, N.Y 200.00 

James A. Byrne Smith-Devine Real Estate Philadelphia, Pa ... 100.00 

Hugh L. Carey Clavin Real Estate Brooklyn, N.Y—. 200.00 

Tim Lee Carter Edwin Roberts Somerset, Ky 100. 00 

Elford A. Cederberg Walter G. Nakkula.. Gladwin, Mich... 65. 00 

Bill Chappell, Jr Edgar & Margaret M. Dunn, Jr.. Daytona Beach, Fla 200.00 

Shirley Chisholm Otto G. Moses Brooklyn, N.Y 185.00 

Don H. Clausen Eurekalnn Eureka, Calif 80.00 

Do Trust of Will of Max Rosenberg.. Santa Rosa, Calif 120.00 

Del Clawson Shumway & Gasdia Downey, Calif... 160.00 

William (Bill) Clay Richard Anderson, d.b.a. St. Louis, Mo 200.00 

P.O.R., Inc. 

James C. Cleveland Hall Realty Corp.... Nashua, N.H 180.00 

Harold R. Collier John Storcel North Riverside, III 150.00 

James M. Collins Oak Cliff Bank & Trust Co Dallas, Tex... 200.00 

William M. Colmer Lex Terrae, Inc Pascagoula, Miss. 75.00 

Silvio O. Conte 7 North St. Realty Trust Pittsfield, Mass 120.00 

John Conyers, Jr Michigan Bank... Detroit, Mich 200.00 

James C. Corman Victory Professional Bldg Van Nuys, Calif 100.00 

Do AbeVickter Sherman Oaks, Calif 100.00 

R. Lawrence Coughlin Chrispaul Corp _. Norristown, Pa 200.00 

William O. Cowger Goodman & Hambleton Louisville, Ky 113.00 

Philip M. Crane First National Bank of Mt. Mt. Prospect, 111 200.00 

Prospect. 

Glenn R. Davis Village Professional Bldg Wauwatosa, Wis 200.00 

Eligio de la Garza Quinco, Inc McAllen, Tex 100.00 

James J. Delaney Charles W. Schaefer Jackson Heights, N.Y 150.00 

John Dellenback Cascade Offices Co Eugene, Oreg 165.00 

Robert V. Denney Veterans Bldg. Corp Lincoln, Nebr 200.00 

David W. Dennis Wescott Hotel Richmond, Ind 100.00 

William L. Dickinson J. F. Dusenbury Bay Minette, Ala 200.00 

Charles C. Diggs, Jr Burton W. London Detroit, Mich. 150.00 

Do Clarence C. Gary, agent do.. 50.00 

* John D. Dingell Mid-Wayne Corp Dearborn, Mich 200.00 

John Dowdy W. C. McGuffey, Jr... Athens, Tex 140.00 

Thomas N. Downing Harrison & Lear Hampton, Va.. 175.00 

John J. Duncan Mrs. Lynn Sheeley, Sr Morristown, Tenn 200.00 

Florence P Dwyer Morvel Realty Co., Inc Plainfield, N.J 200.00 

Don Edwards.. Pacific Property Management Co. San Jose, Calif 200.00 

Edwin W Edwards Lloyd Andrus Opelousas, La 150.00 

Jack Edwards. Jansen Chapman Grove Hill, Ala.. 90.00 

Joshua Eilberg First Federal Savings & Loan Philadelphia, Pa 200.00 

Marvin L. Esch_.._ Wendell W Hobbs Ann Arbor, Mich 175.00 

Do Cunningham Drugstores, Inc.. Detroit, Mich. 25.00 

Leonard Farbstein ._ Walter Scott Co.. Inc New York, N.Y 200.00 

Paul Findley. Western Catholic Union Quincy. Ill 120.00 

Hamilton Fish, Jr Harry Lefever Kingston, N.Y 75.00 

Do H. W. Guernsey Realtors.. Poughkeepsie. N.Y 150.00 

D. C Fisher South Texas Corp San Antonio. Tex 132.50 

JohnJ. Flyntjr E.G. Harper Griffin, Ga 100.00 

Gerald R. Ford Pipn, Inc Fort Lauderdale, Fla 110.00 

William D Ford William Siemasz. Taylor, Mich. 200.00 

Ed Foreman First National Bank Bldg Las Cruces, N. Mex 200.00 

Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen. Treasurer of Morris County Morristown, N.J 200.00 

Louis Frey, Jr C. Sweet Smith, Jr. Cocoa, Fla 83.33 

Do... Koger Properties, Inc Orlando. Fla 116.67 



224 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 



Members' district office rentals for June 1970— Continued 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 

July l 1 Cornelius E. Gallagher PeterArbes Elizabeth, N.J $87. 50 

Joseph M Gaydos McKeesport National Bank McKeesport, Pa 200.00 

Sam Gibbons . Hillsboro Bank Plant City, Fla 180.00 

Jacob H Gilbert P. W. Management Co Bronx, N.Y 100.00 

Do 700 Lydig Realty Corp New York, N.Y 100.00 

Barry M~. Goldwater, Jr. ... North Hollywood Savings & North Hollywood, Calif 200.00 

Loan. 

Kenneth J. Gray . . . Catherine Kuca West Frankfort, II! 200.00 

Charles H. Griffin ... Deposit Guaranty National Jackson, Miss 200.00 

Bank. 

Martha W. Griffiths . Harold M. Shapero Detroit, Mich 100.00 

James R. Grover, Jr Francis B. Garvey West Islip, N.Y 200.00 

Charles S. Gubser Palo Alto Town & Country Palo Alto, Calif 200.00 

Village, Inc. 

Gilbert Gude W. H. Hildebrandt Association, Wheaton, Md 150.00 

Inc. 

Do Robert P. Long Associates, Inc.. Columbia, Md 50.00 

JamesA Haley .. D. H. Sloan, Jr., Trustee Lakeland, Fla 100.00 

Do Egbert T. Smith Enterprises, lnc_ Ft. Myers, Fla 100.00 

Durward G. Hall Dillon Investment Co Springfield, Mo 200.00 

Seymour Halpern G. L. G. Associates Jamaica, N.Y.. 200.00 

James M. Hanley Loew's Theatres Clearing Corp.. New York, N.Y 125.00 

Richard T. Hanna California Federal Savings & Anaheim, Calif 200.00 

Loan Association. 

Orval Hansen Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co Twin Falls, Idaho 50.00 

Do First Security Bank of Idaho Idaho Falls, Idaho 150.00 

William H. Harsha Batavia Professional Bldg Batavia, Ohio 140. 00 

James Harvey CMP Realty Co Saginaw, Mich 190.00 

James F. Hastings Allegany Estates Corp Allegany, N.Y «0J 

William D. Hathaway Maurice I. Miller Brookline, Mass 190.00 

( iviav Ju n6^ 

Augustus F. Hawkins Broadway Manchester Bldg. Los Angeles, Calif 200.00 

Corp. 

WayneL.Hays Frank M. Huff Flushing. Ohio 200. 00 

KenHechler Mid Town Real Estate Co Parkersburg, W. Va 200. 00 

Margaret M. Heckler . .. One Washington Street Co Wellesley Hills, Mass 200. 00 

Henry Helstoski Rutherford East, I nc Wallington, N.J 200. 00 

Floyd V. Hicks Fanning Starkey Co Tacoma, Wash ™„™ 

Lawrence J Hogan . .. Iverson Mall Joint Venture Hillcrest Heights, Md 200. 00 

Chet Holifield Home Savings & Loan Pico Rivera. Calif 192.00 

Association. 

John E. Hunt One Fourteen Corp Camden, N.J 100. 00 

Do RobertBoakes Woodbury, N.J 100.00 

Richard H. Ichord. Houston Realty Investment Co.. Houston, Mo 100. 00 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr Indiana National Bank. Indianapolis, Ind 200. 00 

Ed Jones Dean Morton Memphis, Tenn ,§5xH 

Walter B. Jones J. I. Morgan Estate Farmville, N.C 12 5 ™ 

Robert W. Kastenmeier... Buklor, Inc Watertown. Wis 75.00 

Abraham Kazen, Jr Tower Life Bldg San Antonio. Tex. _ 155.25 

Hastings Keith Mace Bldg. Trust Norwell. Mass 175.00 

Carleton J. King J. P. McGirr Co., Inc Saratoga Springs, N.Y I 50 - 9S 

Michael J. Kirwan.. W. M Realty Co Warren, Ohio 200.00 

JohnC. Kluczynski Joseph Harnik Chicago, III 300. UO 

Edward I. Koch Gluck & Richtmann Mt. Vernon, N.Y. 2/5. 00 

Peter N. Kyros . . Knox Broadcasting, Inc Rockland, Maine 200. 00 

Earl F. Landgrebe . Ronald D. Jacobson Valparaiso, Ind 200.00 

Delbert L. Latta Bank of Wood County Co Bowling Green, Ohio 84.00 

Robert L. Leggett Tennessee St. Piofessional Vallejo, Calif 200.00 

Center. 

Alton Lennon Peoples Savings & Loan Wilmington, N.C llb.OU 

Association. 

Speedy O. Long . Jena Insurance Agency, Inc Jena, La iin'nn 

Allard K. Lowenstein Yorkmer Realty Corp Oceanside, N.Y f00. 00 

Donald E. Lukens.. ... . Town & Country Development. . Middletown, Ohio 100. 00 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr Borel Estate Co San Mateo, Calif SS'JX 

James A. McClure Simplot Realty Corp Boise, Idaho ISO. 00 

Joseph M. McDade Northeastern Pennsylvania Scranton, Pa 175.00 

National Bank & Trust Co. 

Jack H. McDonald. . . . Farmington Holding Co Farmington, Mich ?;?„•„„ 

Robert C. McEwen Ogdensburg Trust Co Ogdensburg, N.Y iXX- S2 

John J. McFall John Burnett Manteca, Calif 2 Sx,S 

Martin B. McKneally New City Co New York, N.Y 90.42 

John L. McMillan Robert N. Richardson Conway, S.C }™™ 

Robert B.(Bob) Mathias. . Sojac Corp Visalia, Calif 190.00 

Spark M. Matsunaga. . . Kuhio Auto Repair, Inc Honolulu, Hawaii 100. OU 

Catherine May Mercy & Sons, Inc Yakima, Wash 200. 00 

Thomas J. Meskill City Hall Commission New Britain, Conn jiX'xS 

Robert H. Michel First National Bank of Peoria... Peoria, III 200. 00 

AbnerJ. Mikva Albert Lencioni Chicago, III 150.00 



225 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for June 1970— Continued 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 

1970 

July l l George P. Miller Alameda Times Star Alameda, Calif $160.00 

Joseph G. Minish Harry A. Johnson West Orange, N.J 150.00 

Patsy T. Mink Kenji Tokuno... Aiea, Hawaii. _ 100.00 

Chester L. Mize.. Merchants National Bank Topeka, Kans 100.00 

F. Bradford Morse Lowell Sun Realty Co Lowell, Mass____ 95.40 

Do Mallen Realty Trust.. Lawrence, Mass 95.00 

Rogers C. B. Morton Loyola Federal Savings & Easton, Md 200.00 

Loan Association, 

Charles A. Mosher Alfred & Jean J. Porkolab Lorain, Ohio 120.00 

John T. Myers W. W. Stogsdill Columbus, Ind 35.00 

William H. Natcher Rufus Brandenburg Elizabethtown, Ky 105.00 

Lucien N. Nedzi William Parker Detroit, Mich 120.00 

Ancher Nelsen Citizens Bank Hutchinson, Minn 120.00 

Robert N. C. Nix . Equitable Realty Corp Philadelphia, Pa. 150.00 

James G. O'Hara William Ross & John B. Bruff Mt. demons, Mich.. 200.00 

Alvin E. O'Konski Northland Television, Inc.. Rhinelander, Wis 200.00 

Arnold Olsen.. Leif Erickson _. Helena, Mont... 100.00 

Do... Law Buildings, I nc Butte, Mont 100.00 

Maston O'Neal... Conger & Conger Bainbridge, Ga 100.00 

Richard L. Ottinger Six En Realty, Inc Brewster, N.Y 100.00 

Otto E. Passman Ouachita National Bank... Monroe, La 150.00 

Jerry L. Pettis E. & W. Professional Bldg Ontario, Calif 60.00 

Do California Hotel.. _ San Bernardino, Calif 140.00 

Philip J. P'hilbin Gordons Realty. Inc Waltham, Mass 200.00 

Alexander Pirnie Hahn Real Estate, Inc.. Utica, N.Y 100.00 

Bertram L. Podell... Nat Chanelis... Brooklyn, N.Y 200.00 

Howard W. Pollock Jack White Real Estate I nsur- Anchorage, Alaska 200.00 

ance Co. 

Adam C. Powell Duncan Holding Corp New York, N.Y 110.00 

Do Alfred Isaacs Club of Demo- do 90.00 

crats. 

Roman C. Pucinski S.J.M. Bldg. Corp.... Chicago, III 200.00 

Graham Purcell.. Preston Tower Dallas, Tex 200.00 

Albert H. Quie Fred W. Schuster Rochester, Minn 138.00 

Wm.J. Randall Welty Bros. Auctioneers, Inc Nevada, Mo 20.00 

Thomas M. Rees William Horowitz Los Angeles, Calif 200.00 

Charlotte T. Reid Roeder Building Corp Aurora, III 175.00 

Ogden R. Reid Ahrle Properties White Plains, N.Y 200.00 

Ben Reifel F. W. Hatterscheidt & Co Aberdeen, S. Dak... 47.00 

HenryS. Reuss Irvin B. Charne Milwaukee, Wis 200.00 

Donald W. Rieglejr Whaley Memorial Foundation... Flint, Mich 200.00 

Paul G. Rogers Keyes Management Co West Palm Beach, Fla 169.10 

Fred B. Rooney Rose Kokot Bethlehem, Pa 175.00 

Dan Rostenkowski Leonard L. Levin Chicago, III 200.00 

Earl B. Ruth Home Savings & Loan Associa- Salisbury, N.C 112.00 

tion. 

William F. Ryan 1145 Fox St. Corp New York, N.Y 160.00 

Charles W. Sandman, Jr... Matthew Aaron, Esq Bridgeton. N.J 50.00 

Do Salvatore&RoseConsalvo, Sr.._ Atlantic City, N.J 150.00 

James H.Scheuer Panoff & Grill Bronx, N.Y 200.00 

Herman T. Schneebeli Fidelity National Bank of Williamsport, Pa 163.75 

Pennsylvania. 

Fred Schwengel Union Bldg. Co Davenport, Iowa 160.00 

Keith G. Sebelius Hays Bancorp.... Hays, Kans 100.00 

Do Howard M. & lona Wilson Norton, Kans 35.00 

George E. Shipley Albert & Lela Smith Olney, III 200.00 

Garner E. Shnver Eight-Thirty, Inc Wichita, Kans 200.00 

JoeSkubitz Robert B. Lambert Independence, Kans 90.00 

Do Roy R. Robe Emporia, Kans 50.00 

Henry P. Smith III Niagara Mohawk Power Corp North Tonawanda, N.Y 140.00 

Neal Smith Insurance Exchange Bldg Des Moines, Iowa 195.00 

M. G. (Gene) Snyder Bryson Land Co., Inc St. Matthews, Ky... 130.00 

William L. Springer Champaign National Bank Champaign, III.. 200.00 

Robert T. Stafford Arthur E. Crowley & Earle Rutland, Vt. 75.00 

Bishop. 

J. William Stanton Coral Ridge Bldg. Co Painesville, Ohio 200.00 

Tom Steed Masonic Temple Association Shawnee, Okla 85.00 

Do George & Olvna M. Faubion, Jr.. Norman, Okla.. 100.00 

RobertG. Stephens, Jr Southern Mutual Insurance Co.. Athens, Ga 200.00 

Louis Stokes... _ Henry J. Matt. Cleveland, Ohio 200.00 

Frank A. Stubblefield Professional Bldg Murray, Ky..._ 100.00 

W. S. (Bill) Stuckey, Jr Stuckey Development Corp Eastman, Ga 200.00 

James W. Symington Sidney M. Studt... St. Louis, Mo... 200.00 

Roy A. Taylor Davis & Davis Realty Co., Inc.. Charlotte, N.C 200.00 

Charles M. Teague American Amusement Co Ventura, Calif 100.00 

Vernon W. Thomson. Farmers & Merchants Bank . Richland Center, Wis.. 75.00 

Roberto. Tiernan Samuel Nardone & Co Westerly, R.I 200.00 

John V. Tunney Mission Inn .. Riverside, Calif 200.00 

Guy Vander Jagt Margaret Stegeman Maentz Holland, Mich. 50.00 

Do Cochran Vander Ploeg, Grimm, Muskegon, Mich 75.00 

Collinge & Silky. 



226 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for June 1970— Continued 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 

1970 

July 1 1 Charles A. Vanik Hilltop Management Co Lynhurst, Ohio $200.00 

Joseph P. Vigorito David L. Ekker Sharon, Pa 150.00 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr John Doles, Jr Plain Dealing, La _. 100.00 

Jerome R. Waldie Howard E. Kern Richmond, Calif 190.00 

William C. Wampler Jim Dougherty Bristol, Va 150.00 

G. Robert Watkins Trustees, Delaware County Re- Media, Pa 140.00 

publican Executive Committee. 

Do ChesterCounty Republican Com- West Chester, Pa 60.00 

mittee. 

Albert W. Watson M. B. Ott Orangeburg, S.C 60.00 

Lowell P. Weicker, Jr Werner V. Jensen Stamford, Conn 200.00 

J. Irving Whalley Allegheny Sales Co Windber, Pa 100.00 

Jamie L. Whitten Will A. Hickman Oxford, Miss 125. 00 

Charles E. Wiggins Crown Savings & Loan Assn El Monte, Calif 200. 00 

Lawrence G. Williams Township of Springfield Springfield, Pa 200.00 

Charles H. Wilson Janet C. Medina Los Angeles, Calif 200.00 

John Wold Pacific Western Life Insurance Casper, Wyo 165.00 

Co. 

Lester L. Wolff Albert Kimball & Michael Port Washington, N.Y 200.00 

Salomone. 

Wendell Wyatt V. G. Van Bergen Milwaukie, Oreg 200.00 

John W. Wydler Homeway Realty Corp Mineola, N.Y 200.00 

GusYatron Colonial Berk Real Estate Co Reading, Pa 100.00 

Clement J. Zablocki Leona Wozinski Milwaukee, Wis 150.00 

Roger H. Zion Harvey K. Ramsey Vincennes, Ind 80. 00 

William A. Barrett Michael J. Kane Philadelphia, Pa 200.00 

John H. Dent Law & Finance Bldg Greensburg, Pa 210.00 

Frank Thompson, Jr Levy, Levy, Albert & Marcus Trenton, N.J 177.50 

John N. Erlenborn Andrew McNally Wheaton, III 125.00 

Do Town & Country Realtors Joliet, III 75.00 

Craig Hosmer William Walters Co Long Beach, Calif 165.00 

William L. Hungate Peter J. Grewach Troy, Mo 450.00 

(Apr.-June) 

Albert W.Johnson Hamlin, Levy, Albert & Smethport, Pa 35.00 

Marcus. 

William L. Dawson William H. Harvey... Chicago, III 600.00 

(Apr.-June) 

Benjamins. Rosenthal ... Hillside Associates Forest Hills, N.Y 1,200.00 

(Jan.-June) 

Daniel J. Flood Harry J. Goeringer & Sons Wilkes-Barre, Pa 750.00 

(Oct. 1969-Mar. 1970) 

William B. Widnall Joseph Dobias Paramus. N.J 100.00 

Daniel J. Flood Harry J. Goeringer & Sons Wilkes-Barre, Pa 250.00 

(May-June) 

Refund of prior period from Congressman Orval Hansen (35.33) 

Adjustments from prior period 300.00 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 41,674.59 

Members' district office rentals for July 1970: 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 

1970 

Aug. 3 779 Watkins M. Abbitt Great Bridge Developers Chesapeake, Va. 120.00 

Do George Abbitt, Jr Appomattox, Va 75.00 

E.Ross Adair Lincoln National Bank Trust Fort Wayne, Ind 100.00 

Co. 

Joseph P. Addabbo Louis DeSena & C. Benedict Ozone Park, N.Y 100.00 

Mauro. 

Bill Alexander... Arkansas State University Arkansas State University, 200.00 

Arkansas. 

Glenn M. Anderson ... Palos Verdes Pacific Corp Torrance, Calif 200.00 

John B. Anderson Rock River Savings Rockford, III 160.00 

George W. Andrews Mabel Finlayson Union Springs, Ala 150.00 

John M. Ashbrook Sam & Abe Brenner Wooster, Ohio 100. 00 

Do Ashland Progress, Inc. _ . Ashland, Ohio 110.00 

William H. Ayres Krumroy Realty Co Akron, Ohio 100.00 

E. Y. Berry _ Bank Realty Co Rapid City, S. Dak 100.00 

Do Johnson Bldg Mitchell, S. Dak.. 100.00 

Jackson E. Betts Betty M. Drake . Findlay, Ohio 60.00 

Do Mid-Ohio Bldg. Corp Mansfield, Ohio 62.50 

Mario Biaggi Shalimar Restaurant, Inc Bronx, N.Y 200. 00 

Edward G. Biester, Jr M. & M. Holding Co Levittown, Pa 100.00 

Jonathan B. Bingham Libtul Realty Co., Inc Bronx, N.Y 200.00 

Ray Blanton David Harrison, Jr., d.b. a. Memphis, Tenn 200.00 

Branchdale Bldg. 

Frank T. Bow Linbeck Enterprises, Inc Canton, Ohio 200. 00 

John Brademas Mort Linder of Mort Linder & South Bend, Ind 200.00 

Associates. 





8 


128 
129 
130 




9 


190 
191 
192 
193 

194 




16 


297 




21 


381 


Aug. 


19 


1037 


Oct. 


14 


2477 


Nov. 


10 


3118 



227 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for July 1970— Continued 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 

1970 

Aug. 3 779 Frank J. Brasco Brasco, Scholnick & Verini New York, N.Y $200.00 

William G. Bray Forum Realty Corp Indianapolis, Ind 200.00 

W. E. (Bill) Brock P. T. Love Athens, Tenn. 190.00 

Wm. S. Broomfield Romeo Gadoua Clawson, Mich 175.00 

Clarence J. Brown Office Centers, I nc Marion, Ohio 100.00 

Garry Brown Kenneth H. Krum... Vicksburg, Mich 100.00 

George E. Brown, J r David Ramirez Pico Rivera, Calif 200.00 

James T. Broyhill Commercial Real Estate & Gastonia, N.C 70.00 

Investment Co. 

Do Triplett Realty Co Lenoir, N.C... 120.00 

Joel T. Broyhill Virginia Mortgage Investment Arlington, Va. 200.00 

Co., Inc. 

J. Herbert Burke A. Gray Boylston Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 165.00 

Laurence J. Burton V. Grant Jacobsen Provo, Utah... 135.00 

Daniel E. Button. Manuel Rockwood Sarasota. Fla. 200.00 

James A. Byrne Smith-Devine Real Estate Philadelphia, Pa 100.00 

Hugh L Carey Clavin Real Estate. Brooklyn, N.Y 200.00 

Tim Lee Carter Edwin Roberts Somerset, Ky___ 100.00 

Elford A. Cederberg Walter G. Nakkula... Gladwin, Mich 65.00 

Bill Chappell, Jr Edgar & Margaret M. Dunn, Jr.. Daytona Beach, Fla 200.00 

Shirley Chisholm Otto G. Moses Brooklyn, N.Y 185.00 

Don H. Clausen Eureka Inn Eureka, Calif 80.00 

Do Trustof Will of Max Rosenberg. Santa Rosa, Calif. 120.00 

Del Clawson Shumway & Gasdia Downey, Calif 160.00 

William (Bill) Clay Richard Anderson, d.b.a. St. Louis, Mo 200.00 

P.O.R., Inc. 

James C.Cleveland Hall Realty Corp Nashua, N.H 180.00 

Harold R. Collier.. John Storcel North Riverside, III 150.00 

James M. Collins Norman G. Christy Irving, Tex 200.00 

William M. Colmer Lex Terrae, Inc Pascagoula, Miss 75.00 

Silvio O. Conte 7 North St. Realty Trust Pittsfield, Mass 120.00 

John Conyers, Jr Michigan Bank Detroit, Mich. 200.00 

James C. Corman... Victory Professional Bldg Van Nuys, Calif 100.00 

Do Abe Vickter Sherman Oaks, Calif 100.00 

R. Lawrence Coughlin Chrispaul Corp Norristown, Pa 200.00 

William O. Cowger Goodman & Hambleton Louisville, Ky 134.00 

Philip M. Crane First National Bank of Mt. Mt. Prospect, III 200.00 

Prospect. 

Glenn R. Davis Village Professional Bldg Wauwatosa, Wis 200.00 

Eligio de la Garza Quinco. Inc McAllen, Tex 100.00 

James J. Delaney Charles W. Schaefer Jackson Heights, N.Y 150.00 

John Dellenback Cascade Offices Co : Eugene, Oreg 165.00 

Robert V. Denney Veterans Bldg. Corp Lincoln, Nebr 200.00 

David W. Dennis .. Westcott Hotel Richmond, Ind 100.00 

William L. Dickinson J. F. Dusenbury Bay Minette, Ala... 200.00 

Charles C. Diggs, J r Burton W. London Detroit, Mich 150.00 

Do Clarence C. Gary, agent.. ...do 50.00 

John D. Dingell . Mid-Wayne Corp Dearborn, Mich 200.00 

John Dowdy W. C. McGuffey... Athens, Tex. 140.00 

Thomas N. Downing Harrison & Lear, agents Hampton, Va._ 175.00 

John J. Duncan Mrs. Lynn Sheeley, Sr Morristown, Tenn 200.00 

Florence P. Dwyer Morvel Realty Co., Inc Plainfield, N.J_„ 200.00 

Don Edwards Pacific Property Management San Jose, Calif 200.00 

Co. 

Edwin W. Edwards Lloyd Andrus Opelousas, La 150.00 

Jack Edwards Jansen Chapman Grove Hill, Ala 90.00 

Joshua Eilberg First Federal Savings & Loan Philadelphia, Pa 200.00 

Assn. 

Marvin L. Esch Wendell W. Hobbs Ann Arbor, Mich 175.00 

Do. Cunningham Drugstores, Inc... Detroit, Mich 25.00 

Leonard Farbstein Walter Scott Co., Inc. New York, N.Y 200.00 

Paul Findley Western Catholic Union Quincy, III 120.00 

Hamilton Fish, Jr Harry Lefever. Kingston, N.Y 75.00 

Do H. W. Guernsey Realtors Poughkeepsie. N.Y 150.00 

O. C. Fisher.. South Texas Corp.. San Antonio, Tex 132.50 

John J. Flynt, Jr E.G. Harper, trustee Griffin, Ga 100.00 

Gerald R. Ford Pipp, Inc. Ft. Lauderdale, Fla 110.00 

William D. Ford William Siemasz Taylor, Mich 200.00 

Ed Foreman First National Bank Bldg.. Las Cruces, N. Mex_ 200.00 

Peter H. B. Frelinghuy- Treasurer of Morris County Morristown, N.J. 200.00 

sen. 

LouisFrey.Jr C. Sweet Smith. Jr Cocoa, Fla... 83.33 

Do Koger Properties, Inc Orlando, Fla 116.67 

Cornelius E. Gallagher Peter Arbes. Elizabeth. N.J 87.50 

Joseph M. Gaydos McKeesport National Bank McKeesport. Pa 200.00 

Sam Gibbons Hillsboro Bank. Plant City. Fla 180.00 

Jacob H. Gilbert P. W. Management Co.... .... Bronx, N.Y 100.00 

Do 700 Lydig Realty Corp New York, N.Y 100.00 

Barry M. Goldwater, Jr.... North Hollywood Savings & North Hollywood, Calif 200.00 

Loan. 



228 

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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for July 1970— Continued 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 

1970 

Aug. 3 779 Kenneth J. Gray Catherine Kuca West Frankfort, III $200.00 

Charles H. Griffin Deposit Guaranty National Jackson, Miss 200.00 

Bank. 

Martha W. Griffiths. .. . Harold M. Shapero Detroit, Mich.. 100.00 

James R. Grover, Jr Francis B. Garvey West I slip, N.Y 200.00 

Charles S. Gubser Palo Alto Town & Country Palto Alto, Calif... 200.00 

Village, Inc. 

Gilbert Gude W. H. Hildebrandt Assn., Inc.. Wheaton, Md 150.00 

Do Robert P. Long Associates, Inc.. Columbia, Md 50.00 

James A. Haley .. D. H. Sloan, Jr., Trustee Lakeland, Fla 100.00 

Do Egbert T.Smith Enterprises, Ft. Myers, Fla 100.00 

Inc. 

Durward G. Hall Dillon Investment Co Springfield, Mo 200.00 

Seymour Halpern .. G.L.G. Associates Jamaica, N.Y 200.00 

James M. Hanley.. Loew's Theatres Clearing Corp.. New York, N.Y 125.00 

Richard T. Hanna California Federal Savings & Anaheim, Calif 200.00 

Loan Association. 

Orval Hansen Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co Twin Falls, Idaho 50.00 

Do First Security Bank of Idaho Idaho Falls, Idaho 114.67 

William H. Harsha Batavia Professional Bldg Batavia, Ohio 140.00 

James Harvey CMP Realty Co Saginaw, Mich 190.00 

James F. Hastings Allegany Estates Corp Allegany, N.Y 145.00 

William D. Hathaway Maurice I. Miller Brookline, Mass 95.00 

Augustus F. Hawkins Broadway Manchester Bldg. Los Angeles, Calif 200.00 

Corp. 

Wayne L. Hays... Frank M. Huff Flushing, Ohio 200.00 

Ken Hechler Mid Town Real Estate Co Parkersburg, W. Va 200.00 

Margaret M. Heckler.... 1 Washington Street Co Wellesley Hills, Mass 200.00 

Henry Helstoski . Rutherford East, I nc Wallington, N.J 200.00 

Floyd V. Hicks Fanning Starkey Co Tacoma, Wash 200.00 

Lawrence J. Hogan.. . .. Iverson Mall Joint Venture Hillcrest Heights, Md 200.00 

Chet Holifield Home Savings & Loan Assn Pico Rivera, Calif 192.00 

John E. Hunt One Fourteen Corp Camden, N.J 100.00 

Do Robert Boakes Woodbury, N.J 100.00 

Richard H. Ichord Houston Realty Investment Co. _ Houston, Mo 100.00 

Do ... Jerome Wallach St. Louis, Mo 100.00 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr Indiana National Bank Indianapolis, I nd 200.00 

Ed Jones Dean Morton Memphis, Tenn 85.00 

Walter B. Jones J. I. Morgan Estate Farmville, N.C.. 125.00 

Robert W. Kastenmeier... Buklor, Inc Watertown, Wis 75.00 

Abraham Kazen, Jr Tower Life Bldg San Antonio, Tex 200.00 

Hastings Keith Mace Bldg. Trust.. . ... Norwell, Mass 175.00 

Carleton J. King J. P. McGirr Co., Inc Saratoga Springs, N.Y 150.00 

Michael J. Kirwan W. M. Realty Co Warren, Ohio 200.00 

John C. Kluczynski Joseph Harnik Chicago, III 150.00 

Edward I. Koch Gluck & Richtmann. Mt. Vernon, N.Y 275.00 

Peter N. Kyros Knox Broadcasting, Inc Rockland, Maine 200.00 

Earl F. Landgrebe Ronald D. Jacobson Valparaiso, Ind 200.00 

Delbert L. Latta Bank of Wood County Co Bowling Green, Ohio 84.00 

Robert L. Leggett Tennessee St. Professional Vallejo, Calif 200.00 

Center. 

Alton Lennon Peoples Savings & Loan Assn.. Wilmington, N.C 115.00 

Speedy O. Long Jena Insurance Agency, Inc Jena, La 125.00 

Allard K. Lowenstein Yorkmer Realty Corp Oceanside, N.Y 200.00 

Manuel Lujan, Jr T.N.Fidel Las Vegas, N. Mex 60.00 

Donald E Lukens Town & Country Development.. Middletown, Ohio. 100.00 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr Borel Estate Co San Mateo, Calif 200.00 

James A. McClure Simplot Realty Corp Boise, Idaho 190.00 

Joseph M. McDade Northeastern Pennsylvania Scranton, Pa 175.00 

National Bank & Trust Co. 

Jack H. McDonald Farmington Holding Co Farmington, Mich 200.00 

Robert C. McEwen Ogdensburg Trust Co.. Ogdensburg, N.Y 100.00 

John J. McFall. John Burnett Manteca, Calif 200.00 

Martin B. McKneally New City Co New York, N.Y... 90.42 

John L. McMillan Robert N. Richardson Conway, S.C 125.00 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.. Sojac Corp Visalia, Calif 190.00 

Spark M. Matsunaga Kuhio Auto Repair, Inc.. Honolulu, Hawaii 100.00 

Catherine May Mercy & Sons, Inc Yakima, Wash 200.00 

Thomas J. Meskill City Hall Commission New Britain, Conn 150.00 

Robert H. Michel First National Bank of Peoria... Peoria, III 200.00 

Abner J. Mikva Albert Lencioni Chicago, III .. 150.00 

George P. Miller Alameda Times Star Alameda, Calif 160.00 

Joseph G. Minish Harry A. Johnson... West Orange, N.J 150.00 

Patsy T. Mink... Kenji Tokuno. Aiea, Hawaii 100.00 

Chester L. Mize Merchants National Bank Topeka, Kans 100.00 

F. Bradford Morse Lowell Sun Realty Co Lowell, Mass 95.40 

Do Mallen Realty Trust Lawrence, Mass 95.00 

Rogers C. B. Morton Loyola Federal Savings & Loan Easton, Md 200.00 

Assn. 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for July 1970— Continued 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 
1970 

Aug. 3 779 Charles A. Mosher Alfred & Jean J. Porkolab Lorain. Ohio $120.00 

John T. Myers ... W. W. Stogsdill Columbus, Ind 35.00 

William H. Natcher Rufus Brandenburg Elizabethtown, Ky 105.00 

Lucien N. Nedzi .. William Parker Detroit, Mich 120.00 

Ancher Nelsen Citizens Bank.. Hutchinson, Minn 120.00 

Robert N. C. Nix. Equitable Realty Corp Philadelphia. Pa 150.00 

JamesG. O'Hara William Ross & John B. Bruff Mt. demons, Mich.... 200.00 

Alvin E. O'Konski Northland Television, Inc Rhinelander, Wis 200.00 

Arnold Olsen Leif Erickson Helena Mont 100.00 

Do Law Buildings, Inc Butte, Mont.. 100.00 

Maston O'Neal Conger & Conger. Bainbridge, Ga 100.00 

Richard L. Ottinger Six En Realty, Inc Brewster, N.Y 100.00 

Otto E. Passman.. Ouachita National Bank Monroe, La '.. 150.00 

lerry L. Pettis.. E & W Professional Bldg Ontario, Calif 60.00 

Do California Hotel San Bernardino, Calif 140.00 

Philip J. Philbin Gordons Realty, Inc... Waltham, Mass 200.00 

Alexander Pirnie Hahn Real Estate, Inc Utica, N.Y 100.00 

Bertram L. Podell Nat Chanelis Brooklyn, N.Y 200.00 

Howard W. Pollock Jack White Real Estate In- Anchorage, Alaska 200.00 

sura nee Co. 

Adam C. Powell . Duncan Holding Corp New York, N.Y 110.00 

Do Alfred Isaacs Club of ----do 90.00 

Democrats. 

Roman C. Pucinski S. J. M. Bldg. Corp Chicago, III 200.00 

Graham Purcell.. Preston Tower Dallas, Tex 200.00 

Albert H. Quie Fred W. Schuster Rochester, Minn 138.00 

Wm. J. Randall Welty Bros. Auctioneers, Inc Nevada, Mo 20.00 

Thomas M. Rees .. William Horowitz Los Angeles, Calif 200.00 

Charlotte T. Reid . Roeder Building Corp.. Aurora, III 175.00 

Ogden R. Reid. Ahrle Properties. White Plains, N.Y 200.00 

Ben Reifel .. F. W. Hatterscheidt & Co Aberdeen, S. Dak 47.00 

HenryS. Reuss Irvin B. Charne Milwaukee, Wis 200.00 

Donald W. Riegle, J r Whaley Memorial Foundation. ._ Flint, Mich 200.00 

Paul G. Rogers Keyes Management Co West Palm Beach, Fla 169.10 

Fred B. Rooney Rose Kokot Bethlehem, Pa 175.00 

Dan Rostenkowski . Leonard L. Levin Chicago, III 200.00 

Earl B. Ruth .. Home Savings & Loan Assn Salisbury N.C 112.00 

William F. Ryan 1145 Fox St. Corp New York, N.Y 160.00 

Charles W. Sandman, Jr.. Matthew Aaron, Esq Bridgeton, N.J 50.00 

Do Salvatore & Rose Consalvo, Sr__ Atlantic City, N.J 150.00 

James H.Scheuer Panoff & Grill Bronx, N.Y 200.00 

Herman T. Schneebeli Fidelity National Bank of Williamsport, Pa 163.75 

Pennsylvania. 

Fred Schwengel . Union Building Co Davenport, Iowa 160.00 

Keith G. Sebelius Hays Bancorp Hays, Kans 100.00 

Do Howard M. & lona Wilson. Norton, Kans 35.00 

George E.Shipley Albert & Lela Smith Olney, III.... 200.00 

Garner E. Shriver Eight-thirty, Inc Wichita, Kans 200.00 

JoeSkubitz Robert B. Lambert Independence, Kans. .. 90.00 

Do Roy R. Robe Emporia, Kans 50.00 

Henry P. Smith III Niagara Mohawk Power Corp. .. North Tonawanda, N.Y 140.00 

Neal Smith Insurance Exchange Building.. . Des Moines, Iowa 195.00 

M. G. (Gene) Snyder Bryson Land Co., Inc St. Matthews, Ky 130.00 

William L. Springer Champaign National Bank Champaign, III 200.00 

Robert T. Stafford Arthur E. Crowley & Earle Rutland, Vt... ------ 75.00 

Bishop. 

J. William Stanton Coral Ridge Building Co Painesville, Ohio 200.00 

Tom Steed Masonic Temple Assn Shawnee, Okla_ 85.00 

Do George & Olvna M. Faubion, Jr.. Norman, Okla 100.00 

Robert G. Stephens, J r Southern Mutual Insurance Co.. Athens, Ga 200.00 

Louis Stokes..-. Henry J. Matt Cleveland, Ohio 200.00 

Frank A. Stubblefield Professional Building Murray, Ky 100.00 

W. S. (Bill) Stuckey. Jr Stuckey Development Corp Eastman, Ga 200.00 

James W. Symington Sidney M. Studt St. Louis, Mo 200.00 

Roy A. Taylor .. Davis & Davis Realty Co., Inc. - . Charlotte, N.C 200.00 

Charles M. Teague American Amusement Co .. Ventura, Calif 100.00 

Vernon W. Thomson. .. . Farmers & Merchants Bank Richland Center, Wis 75.00 

Robert O. Tiernan Samuel Nardone & Co Westerly, R.I - 200.00 

John V. Tunney... Mission Inn Riverside, Calif 200.00 

Guy Vander Jagt Margaret Stegeman Maentz.. . Holland, Mich 50.00 

Do Cochran, VanderPloeg, Grimm, Muskegon, Mich. 75.00 

Collinge & Silky. 

Charles A. Vanik Hilltop Management Co Lynhurst, Ohio 200.00 

Joseph P. Vigorito . David L. Ekker Sharon, Pa 150.00 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr John Doles, Jr Plain Dealing, La 100.00 

Jerome R.Waldie - Howard E. Kern. Richmond, Calif 190.00 

William C. Wampler Jim Dougherty Bristol, Va 150.00 



230 

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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for July 1970— Continued 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 

1970 

Aug. 3 779 John Ware Trustees, Delaware County Media, Pa $140.00 

Republican Executive Com- 
mittee. 

Do Chester County Republican West Chester, Pa... 60.00 

Committee. 

Albert W.Watson M. B. Ott Orangeburg, S.C 60.00 

Lowell P. Weicker, Jr Werner V. Jensen .. Stamford, Conn 200.00 

J. Irving Whalley Allegheny Sales Co Windber. Pa 100.00 

Jamie L Whitten Will A. Hickman Oxford, Miss 125.00 

Charles E. Wiggins Crown Savings & Loan Assn El Monte, Calif 200.00 

Lawrence G. Williams Township of Springfield Springfield, Pa 200.00 

Charles H.Wilson Janet C. Medina Los Angeles, Calif __ 200.00 

John Wold Pacific Western Life Insurance Casper, Wyo 165.00 

Co. 

Lester L. Wolff Albert Kimball & Michael Port Washington, N.Y 200.00 

Salomone. 

Wendell Wyatt V. G. Van Bergen Milwaukie, Oreg 200.00 

John W. Wydler Homeway Realty Corp Mineola, N.Y 200.00 

GusYatron Colonial Berk Real Estate Co... . Reading, Pa 100.00 

Clement J. Zablocki Leona Wozinski Milwaukee, Wis 150.00 

Roger H. Zion Harvey K. Ramsey Vincennes, Ind __ 80. 00 

19 1036 William A. Barrett Michael J. Kane Philadelphia, Pa 200.00 

1038 Craig Hosmer William Walters Co Long Beach, Calif 165.00 

1039 Frank Thompson, Jr Levy, Levy, Albert & Marcus Trenton, N.J 177.50 

1067 John H. Dent Law & Finance Building Greensburg, Pa 210.00 

1068 John N. Erlenborn Town & Country Realtors Joliet, III 75.00 

1069 Do Andrew McNally... Wheaton, III 125.00 

Members' district office rentals for August 1970: 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 

Sept. 1 1512 Watkins M. Abbitt Great Bridge Developers Chesapeake, Va 120.00 

Do George Abbitt, J r Appomattox, Va 75.00 

Joseph P. Addabbo Louis F. DeSena & C. Benedict Ozone Park, N.Y 100.00 

Mauro. 

Bill Alexander Arkansas State University Arkansas State University, 200.00 

Ark. 

Glenn M. Anderson Palos Verdes Pacific Corp Torrance, Calif 200.00 

John B. Anderson Rock River Savings Rockford, III.. 160.00 

George W. Andrews Mabel Finlayson Union Springs, Ala 150.00 

John M. Ashbrook Sam & Abe Brenner Wooster, Ohio 100.00 

Do Ashland Progress, I nc Ashland, Ohio... 110.00 

William H. Ayres Krumroy Realty Co Akron, Ohio 100.00 

E. Y. Berry Bank Realty Co Rapid City, S. Dak 100.00 

Do Johnson Bldg Mitchell, S. Dak 100.00 

Jackson E. Betts Betty M. Drake, Agent Findlay, Ohio 60.00 

Do Mid-Ohio Bldg. Corp Mansfield, Ohio 62.50 

Mario Biaggi Shalimar Restaurant, Inc Bronx, N.Y 200.00 

Edward G. Biester.Jr M. & M. Holding Co Levittown, Pa 100.00 

Jonathan B. Bingham Libtul Realty Co., Inc Bronx, N.Y 200.00 

Ray Blanton David Harrison, Jr., d.b. a. Memphis, Tenn. _. 200.00 

Branchdale Bldg. 

Frank T. Bow Linbeck Enterprises, Inc Canton, Ohio 200.00 

John Brademas Mort Linder of Mort Under & South Bend, Ind 200.00 

AssocidtBS 

Frank J. Brasco Brasco, Schoinick & Verini New York, N.Y 200.00 

William G. Bray Forum Realty Corp Indianapolis, Ind 200.00 

W. E. (Bill) Brock P.T.Love Athens, Tenn.. 190.00 

Wm. S. Broomfield Romeo Gadoua Clawson, Mich 175.00 

Clarence J. Brown Office Centers, Inc Marion, Ohio 100.00 

Garry Brown Kenneth H. Krum Vicksburg, Mich 100.00 

George E. Brown, Jr David Ramirez Pico Rivera, Calif 200.00 

James T. Broyhill Commercial Real Estate & Gastonia, N.C 70.00 

Estate Investment Co. 

Do Tripled Realty Co Lenoir, N.C 120.00 

Joel T. Broyhill Virginia Mortgage Investment Arlington, Va 200.00 

Co., Inc. 

J. Herbert Burke A. Gray Boylston Fort Lauderdale, Fla 165.00 

Laurence J. Burton V. Grant Jacobsen Provo, Utah 135.00 

Daniel E. Button Manuel Rockwood Sarasota, Fla 200.00 

James A. Byrne Smith-Devine Real Estate Philadelphia, Pa 100.00 

Hugh L Carey Clavin Real Estate Brooklyn, N.Y... _ 200.00 

Tim Lee Carter Edwin Roberts Somerset, Ky 100.00 

Elford A. Cederberg Walter G. Nakkula Gladwin, Mich 65.00 

Bill Chappell, Jr Edgar & Margaret M. Dunn, Jr.. Daytona Beach, Fla 200.00 

Shirley Chisholm Otto G. Moses Brooklyn, N.Y 185.00 

Don H. Clausen Eureka Inn Eureka, Calif 80.00 

Do Trust of Will cf Max Rosenberg.. Santa Rosa, Calif 120.00 



231 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for August 1970— Continued 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 

1970 

Sept. 1 1512 Del Clawson Shumway & Gasdia Downey, Calif $160.00 

William (Bill) Clay Richard Anderson, d.b.a. St. Louis, Mo 200.00 

P.O R., Inc. 

James C. Cleveland J. W. Simoneau Son Realty Nashua, N.H 175.00 

Corp. 

Harold R. Collier John Storcel North Riverside, III 150.00 

James M. Collins Norman G. Christy Irving, Tex 200.00 

William M. Colmer.. Lex Terrae, Inc Pascagoula, Miss 75.00 

Silvio O. Conte 7 North St. Realty Trust Pittsfield, Mass 120.00 

John Conyers, Jr Michigan Bank Detroit, Mich 33.33 

(Aug. 1-5) 

James C. Corman Victory Professional Bldg Van Nuys, Calif 100.00 

Do Abe Vickter Sherman Oaks, Calif 100.00 

R. Lawrence Coughlin Chrispaul Corp Norristown, Pa 200.00 

William O. Cowger Goodman & Hambleton Louisville, Ky.. 134.00 

Philip M. Crane... First Natl. Bank of Mt. Prospect. Mt. Prospect, III 200.00 

Glenn R. Davis Village Professional Bldg Wauwatosa, Wis 200.00 

Eligio de la Garza Quinco, Inc McAllen, Tex 100.00 

James J. Delaney Charles W. Schaefer.. Jackson Heights, N.Y 150.00 

John Dellenback Cascade Offices, Co Eugene, Oreg 165.00 

Robert V. Denny Veterans Bldg. Corp Lincoln, Nebr 200.00 

David W. Dennis Westcott Hotel Richmond, Ind.. 100.00 

William L. Dickinson J. F. Dusenbury. - Bay Minette, Ala 200.00 

Charles C. Diggs, Jr Burton W. London Detroit, Mich 150.00 

Do Clarence C. Gary, agent do 50.00 

John D. Dingell Mid-Wayne Corp Dearborn, Mich 200.00 

John Dowdy W. C. McGuffey. Jr._ Athens, Tex 140.00 

Thomas N. Downing Harrison & i ear, Agents Hampton, Va 175.00 

John J. Duncan Mrs. Lynn Sheeley, Sr_. Morristown, Tenn 200.00 

Florence P. Dwyer Morvel Realty Co., Inc Plainfield, N.J 200.00 

Don Edwards Pacific Property Mgmt. Co San Jose, Calif 200.00 

Edwin W. Edwards Lloyd Andrus.. Opelousas, La 150.00 

Jack Edwards Jansen Chapman Grove Hill, Ala 90.00 

Joshua Eilberg First Federal Savings & Loan Philadelphia, Pa 200.00 

Marvin L. Esch Wendell W. Hobbs Ann Arbor, Mich... 175.00 

Do Cunningham Drugstores, Inc.- Detroit, Mich 25.00 

Leonard Farbstein Walter Scott Co., Inc New York. N.Y 200.00 

Paul Findley Western Catholic Union Quincy. Ill - 120.00 

Hamilton Fish, Jr Harry Lefever Kingston, N.Y 75.00 

Do H. W. Guernsey, Realtors Poughkeepsie, N.Y 150.00 

O. C. Fisher.. South Texas Corp. San Antonio, Tex 132.50 

John J. Flynt, Jr E.G. Harper, Trustee Griffin, Ga 100.00 

Gerald R. Ford Pipp. Inc Fort Lauderdale, Fla 110.00 

William D. Ford. William Siemasz.. Taylor. Mich 200.00 

Ed Foreman First National Bank Bldg Las Cruces, N. Mex 200.00 

Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen. Treasurer of Morris County Morristown, N.J 200.00 

Louis Frey, Jr C. Sweet Smith. Jr Cocoa, Fla 83.33 

Do Koger Properties, Inc Orlando, Fla 116.67 

Cornelius E. Gallagher Peter Arbes Elizabeth, N.J 87.50 

Joseph M. Gaydos McKeesport National Bank McKeesport, Pa 200.00 

Sam Gibbons Hillsboro Bank. Plant City. Fla 180.00 

Jacob H.Gilbert 700 Lydig Realty Corp New York. N.Y 100.00 

Barry M. Goldwater, Jr... North Hollywood Savings & North Hollywood, Calif 200.00 

Loan. 

Kenneth J. Gray Catherine Kuca West Frankfort, III 200.00 

Charles H. Griffin Deposit Guaranty National Jackson, Miss 200.00 

Bank. 

Martha W. Griffiths Harold M. Shapero Detroit, Mich 100.00 

James R. Grover.Jr Francis B. Garvey West Islip, N.Y 200.00 

Charles S. Gubser Palo Alto Town & Country Palo Alto, Calif 200.00 

Village, Inc. 

Gilbert Gude W. H. Hildebrant Assn., Inc Wheaton, Md. 150.00 

Do Robert P. Long Assoc, Inc Columbia, Md 50.00 

JamesA. Haley D. H. Sloan. Jr., Trustee Lakeland, Fla 100.00 

Do Egbert T. Smith Enterprises, Ft. Myers, Fla 100.00 

Inc. 

Durward G. Hall Dillon Investment Co Springfield, Mo 200.00 

Seymour Halpern G.L.G. Associates Jamaica, N.Y 200.00 

James M. Hanley Loew's Theatres Clearing Corp.. New York, N.Y 125.00 

Richard T. Hanna California Federal Savings & Anaheim, Calif 200.00 

Loan Assn. 

Orval Hansen Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co Twin Falls. Idaho.. 50.00 

Do.. First Security Bank of Idaho Idaho Falls, Idaho 114.67 

William H. Harsha Batavia Professional Bldg Batavia, Ohio 140.00 

James Harvey CM. P. Realty Co Saginaw, Mich 190.00 

James F. Hastings Allegany Estates Corp Allegany, N.Y 145.00 

William D. Hathaway Maurice I. Miller Brookline, Mass 15.83 

(Aug. 1-5) 



232 

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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for August 1970— Continued 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 

1970 

Sept. 1 1512 William D. Hathaway Canal National Bank Portland, Maine $160.00 

(Aug 6-30) 

Augustus F. Hawkins Broadway Manchester Bldg. Los Angeles, Calif 200.00 

Corp. 

Wayne L. Hays__ Frank M. Huff Flushing, Ohio 200.00 

Ken Hechler Mid Town Real Estate Co Parkersburg, W. Va 200.00 

Margaret M. Heckler 1 Washington Street Co Wellesley Hills, Mass 200.00 

Henry Helstoski Rutherford East, I nc Wallington, N.J. _ 200.00 

Floyd V. Hicks. Fanning Starkey Co Tacoma, Wash 200.00 

Lawrence J. Hogan Iverson Mall Joint Venture Hillcrest Heights, Md 200.00 

Chet Holifield Home Savings & Loan Assn Pico Rivera, Calif 192.00 

John E. Hunt One Fourteen Corp Camden, N.J 100.00 

Do Robert Boakes Woodbury, N.J 100.00 

Richard H. Ichord Houston Realty Investment Co.. Houston, Mo 100.00 

Do Jerome Wallach St. Louis, Mo 100.00 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr Indiana National Bank. Indianapolis, Ind 200.00 

Ed Jones.. Dean Morton Memphis, Tenn 85.00 

Walter B. Jones J. I. Morgan Estate Farmville, N.C 125.00 

Robert W. Kastenmeier. .. Buklor, Inc.. Watertown, Wis 75.00 

Abraham Kazen, Jr Tower Life Building San Antonio, Tex 200.00 

Hastings Keith Mace Bldg. Trust Norwell, Mass 175.00 

Carleton J. King... J. P. McGirr Co., Inc Saratoga Springs, N.Y 150.00 

Michael J. Kirwan W. M. Realty Co Warren, Ohio 200.00 

John C. Kluczynski Joseph Harnik Chicago, III 150.00 

Edward I. Koch Gluck & Richtmann Mt. Vernon, N.Y 275.00 

Peter N. Kyros Knox Broadcasting Inc Rockland, Maine 200.00 

Earl F. Landgrebe Ronald D. Jacobson Valparaiso, Ind l 200. 00 

Delbert L. Latta Bank of Wood County Co Bowling Green, Ohio 84.00 

Robert L. Leggett Tennessee St. Professional Vallejo, Calif 200.00 

Center. 

Alton Lennon Peoples Savings & Loan Wilmington, N.C 115.00 

Association. 

Speedy O. Long Jena Insurance Agency, Inc Jena, La 125. 00 

Allard K. Lowenstein Yorkmer Realty Corp Oceanside, N.Y... 200.00 

Manuel Lujan, Jr.... T. N. Fidel Las Vegas, N. Mex 100.00 

Donald E. Lukens Town & Country Development... Middletown, Ohio 100.00 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr Borel Estate Co San Mateo, Calif 200.00 

James A. McClure Simplot Realty Corp Boise, Idaho 190.00 

Joseph M. McDade Northeastern Pennsylvania Scranton, Pa 175.00 

National Bank & Trust Co. 

Jack H. McDonald Farmington Holding Co Farmington, Mich 200.00 

Robert C. McEwen Ogdensburg Trust Co Ogdensburg, N.Y 100.00 

John J. McFall John Burnett Manteca, Calif 200.00 

Martin B. McKneally New City Co New York, N.Y 90.42 

John L. McMillan Robert N. Richardson Conway, S.C 125.00 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias ._ SojacCorp... Visalia, Calif 190.00 

Spark M. Matsunaga Kuhio Auto Repair, Inc Honolulu, Hawaii 100.00 

Catherine May Mercy & Sons. Inc Yakima. Wash 200.00 

John Melcher Rocky Mountain Fire & Gas Co.. Seattle, Wash... 60.00 

Thomas J. Meskill City Hall Commission New Britain, Conn 150.00 

Robert H. Michel First National Bank of Peoria... Peoria, III 200.00 

AbnerJ. Mikva Albert Lencioni Chicago, III 150.00 

George P. Miller Alameda Times Star Alameda, Calif 160.00 

Joseph G. Minish Harry A. Johnson West Orange, N.J 150.00 

Patsy T. Mink Kenji Tokuno Aiea, Hawaii... 100.00 

Chester L. Mize Merchants National Bank Topeka, Kans 100.00 

F. Bradford Morse Lowell Sun Realty Co Lowell, Mass 95.40 

Do Mallen Realty Trust Lawrence, Mass 95.00 

Rogers C. B. Morton Loyola Federal Savings & Loan Easton, Md 200.00 

Assn. 

Charles A. Mosher Alfred & Jean J. Porkolab Lorain, Ohio 120.00 

John T. Myers W. W. Stogsdill Columbus, Ind. 35.00 

William H. Natcher. Rufus Brandenburg Elizabethtown, Ky 105.00 

Lucien N. Nedzi William Parker ._ Detroit, Mich 120.00 

Ancher Nelsen Citizens Bank Hutchinson, Minn 120.00 

Robert N. C. Nix Equitable Realty Corp Philadelphia, Pa 150.00 

James G. O'Hara William Ross & John B. Bruff Mt. demons, Mich 200.00 

Alvin E. O'Konski Northland Television, Inc Rhinelander, Wis. 200.00 

Arnold Olsen Leif Erickson . Helena, Mont 100.00 

Do... Law Buildings, Inc Butte, Mont 100.00 

Maston O'Neal Conger & Conger Bainbridge, Ga 100.00 

Richard L. Ottinger Six En Realty Inc Brewster, N.Y... 100.00 

Otto E. Passman Ouachita National Bank Monroe, La 150.00 

Jerry L. Pettis E & W Professional Bldg Ontario, Calif 60.00 

Do... California Hotel .. San Bernardino, Calif _ 140.00 

Philip J. Philbin Gordons Realty Inc Waltham, Mass 200.00 

Alexander Pirnie Hahn Real Estate Inc Utica, N.Y 100.00 



i $200. 00 refunded Oct. 7, 1970. 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 



Members' district office rentals for August 1970— Continued 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 

Sept 1 1512 Bertram L. Podell Nat Chanelis Brooklyn, N.Y $200.00 

Howard W. Pollock Jack White Real Estate Anchorage, Alaska 200.00 

Insurance Co. 

Adam C. Powell Duncan Holding Corp... New York, N.Y 110.00 

Do Alfred Isaacs Club of do 90.00 

Democrats. 

Roman C. Pucinski S. J. M. Bldg. Corp.. Chicago, III 200.00 

Graham Purcell Preston Tower Dallas, Tex_ 200.00 

Albert H. Quie Fred W. Schuster Rochester, Minn — 138.00 

Wm. J. Randall Welty Bros. Auctioneers, I nc Nevada, Mo 20.00 

Thomas M. Rees William Horowitz Los Angeles, Calif 200.00 

Charlotte T. Reid Roeder Building Corp Aurora, III 175.00 

Ogden R. Reid Ahrle Properties White Plains, N.Y 200.00 

Ben Reifel . F. W. Hatterscheidt & Co Aberdeen, S. Dak 47.00 

HenryS. Reuss - Irvin B. Charne Milwaukee, Wis 200.00 

Donald W. Riegle, Jr Whaley Memorial Foundation... Flint, Mich 200.00 

Paul G. Rogers Keyes Management Co West Palm Beach, Fla 169.10 

Fred B. Rooney Rose Kokot — . Bethlehem, Pa 175.00 

Dan Rostenkowski Leonard L. Levin.. Chicago, III _ 200.00 

John H. Rousselot F. G. & H. J. Kennedy Arcadia, Calif 400.00 

(July-Aug.) 

Earl B. Ruth Home Savings & Loan Assn Salisbury, N.C 112.00 

William F. Ryan 1145 Fox St. Corp New York, N.Y. ____ 160.00 

Charles W. Sandman, Jr. _ Matthew Aaron, Esq Bridgeton, N.J 50.00 

Do Salvatore & Rose Consalvo, Sr... Atlantic City, N.J 150.00 

James H. Scheuer Panoff & Grill Bronx, N.Y. 200.00 

John G. Schmitz Campus Development Co Newport Beach, Calif 400.00 

(July-Aug.) 

Herman T. Schneebeli Fidelity National Bank of Penn- Williamsport, Pa _ 163.75 

sylvania. 

Fred Schwengel Union Bldg. Co. Davenport, Iowa 160.00 

Keith G. Sebelius Hays Bancorp Hays, Kans 100.00 

Do Howard M. & lona Wilson Norton, Kans 35.00 

George E.Shipley Albert & Lela Smith Olney, III 200.00 

Garner E. Shriver Eight-Thirty, I nc Wichita, Kans.. 200.00 

JoeSkubitz Robert B. Lambert Independence, Kans. 90.00 

Do.. Roy R. Robe Emporia, Kans.. _ _ 50.00 

Henry P. Smith Ml Niagara Mohawk Power Corp... North Tonawanda, N.Y 140.00 

Neal Smith. Insurance Exchange Bldg Des Moines, Iowa 195.00 

M.G. (Gene) Snyder Bryson Land Co., Inc St. Matthews, Ky 130.00 

William L. Springer. Champaign National Bank Champaign, III 200.00 

Robert T. Stafford Arthur E. Crowley & Earle Rutland, Vt 75.00 

Bishop. 

William Stanton Coral Ridge Bldg. Co.. Painesville, Ohio 200.00 

Tom Steed Masonic Temple Assn Shawnee, Okla _ 85.00 

Do.. George & Olvna M. Faubion, Jr.. Norman, Okla 100.00 

RobertG. Stephens, Jr Southern Mutual Insurance Co.. Athens, Ga 200.00 

LouisStokes Henry J. Matt... Cleveland, Ohio 200.00 

Frank A. Stubblefield Professional Building Murray, Ky 100.00 

W. S. (Bill)Stuckey, Jr... Stuckey Development Corp Eastman, Ga 200.00 

James W.Symington Sidney M. Studt St. Louis, Mo 200.00 

Roy A. Taylor Davis & Davis Realty Co., Inc... Charlotte, N.C. 200.00 

Charles M. Teague American Amusement Co Ventura, Calif.. 100.00 

Vernon W. Thomson. Farmers & Merchants Bank Richland Center, Wis 75.00 

Robert O. Tiernan Samuel Nardone & Co Westerly, R.I 200.00 

John V. Tunney. Mission Inn Riverside, Calif 200.00 

Guy Vander Jagt Margaret Stegman Maentz Holland. Mich 50.00 

Do Cochran. Vander Ploeg, Grimm, Muskegon, Mich 75.00 

Collinge & Silky. 

Charles A. Vanik Hilltop Management Co Lynhurst. Ohio 200.00 

Joseph P. Vigorito David L. Ekker Sharon, Pa 150.00 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr John Doles, Jr Plain Dealing, La 100.00 

Jerome R. Waldie.. .. Howard E. Kern Richmond, Calif 190.00 

William C. Wampler. Jim Dougherty... Bristol, Va 150.00 

G. Robert Watkins... Trustees, Delaware County Media, Pa 140.00 

Republican Executive Com- 
mittee. 

Do Chester County Republican West Chester, Pa t 60.00 

Committee. 

Albert W. Watson. . M. B. Ott, Trustee Orangeburg. S.C.. 60.00 

Lowell P. Weicker, Jr Werner V. Jensen Stamford, Conn 200.00 

J. Irving Whalley Allegheny Sales Co.. Windber, Pa.. 100.00 

Jamie L. Whitten Will A. Hickman.. Oxford, Miss 125.00 

Charles E. Wiggins Crown Savings & Loan Assn El Monte, Calif. 200.00 

Lawrence G. Williams Township of Springfield Springfield, Pa 200.00 

Charles H. Wilson... Janet C. Medina. Los Angeles, Calif 66.67 

(Aug. 1-10) 

Charles H. Wilson Janet C. Medina Los Angeles, Calif 150.00 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for August 1970— Continued 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 

1970 

Sept. 1 1512 John Wold Pacific Western Life Insurance Casper, Wyo $165.00 

Co. 

Lester L. Wolff Albert Kimball & Michael Port Washington, N.Y 200.00 

Salomone. 

Wendell Wyatt Minthorn Properties... Milwaukie, Oreg... 150.00 

John W. Wydler Homeway Realty Corp Mineola, N.Y 200.00 

GusYatron. Colonial Berk Real Estate Co Reading, Pa 100.00 

Clement J. Zablocki Leona Wozinski Milwaukee, Wis 150.00 

Roger H. Zion.__ Harvey K. Ramsey Vincennes, lnd._ _. 80.00 

Sept. 15 1663 Craig Hosmer William Walters Co Long Beach, Calif 165.00 

1664 Albert W. Johnson Hamlin Bank & Trust Co Smethport, Pa. 35.00 

1665 Frank Thompson, Jr Levy, Levy, Albert & Marcus Trenton, N.J 177.50 

18 1772 John N. Erlenborn .._ Andrew McNally. Wheaton, III 125.00 

1723 Do Town & Country Realtors Joliet, III 75.00 

1724 John H. Dent Law & Finance Bldg Greensburg, Pa 210.00 

28 1899 William A. Barrett Michael J. Kane Philadelphia, Pa. __ 200.00 

Members' district office rentals for September 1970: 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 

Oct. 1 2026 Watkins M. Abbitt Great Bridge Developers Chesapeake, Va 120.00 

Do George Abbitt, Jr Appomattox, Va 75.00 

E. Ross Adair Fort Wayne Bank Bldg., I nc Tulsa, Okla 200.00 

Joseph P. Addabbo Louis DeSena & C. Benedict Ozone Park, N.Y 100.00 

Mauro. 

Bill Alexander Arkansas State University Arkansas State University, 200.00 

Ark. 

Glenn M. Anderson Palos Verdes Pacific Corp Torrance, Calif 200.00 

John B. Anderson Rock River Savings Rockford, III 160.00 

George W. Andrews Mabel Finlayson Union Springs, Ala 150.00 

John M. Ashbrook Sam & Abe Brenner Wooster, Ohio 100.00 

Do Ashland Progress, I nc Ashland, Ohio 110.00 

William H. Ayres. Krumroy Realty Co. Akron, Ohio. 100.00 

E.Y.Berry... Bank Realty Co . Rapid City, S. Dak 100.00 

Do Johnson Bldg.. . Mitchell, S. Dak 100.00 

Jackson E. Betts Betty M. Drake.... . . Findlay, Ohio. . 60.00 

Do Mid-Ohio Bldg. Corp Mansfield, Ohio 62.50 

Mario Biaggi Shalimar Restaurant, Inc. . . . Bronx, N.Y 200.00 

Edward G. Biester, Jr M & M Holding Co Levittown, Pa. 100.00 

Jonathan B. Bingham Libtul Realty Co., Inc Bronx, N.Y 200.00 

Ray Blanton David Harrison. Jr., d.b.a. Memphis, Tenn 200.00 

Branchdale Bldg. 

Frank T. Bow.. ._ Linbeck Enterprises, Inc Canton, Ohio 200.00 

John Brademas Mort Linder & Associates South Bend, I nd 200.00 

Frank J. Brasco Brasco, Scholnick & Verini New York, N.Y 200.00 

William G. Bray.. Forum Realty Corp Indianapolis, Ind 200.00 

W. E. (Bill) Brock P.T.Love Athens, Tenn 190.00 

Wm. S. Broomfield Romeo Gadoua Clawson, Mich 175.00 

Clarence J. Brown Office Centers, Inc Marion, Ohio 100.00 

Garry Brown Kenneth H. Krum Vicksburg, Mich 100.00 

George E. Brown, Jr David Ramirez Pico Rivera, Calif 200.00 

James T. Broyhill Commercial Real Estate & Gastonia, N.C 70.00 

Investment Co. 

Do Triplett Realty Co Lenoir, N.C 120. 00 

Joel T. Broyhill Virginia Mortgage Investment Arlington, Va 200.00 

Co., Inc. 

J. Herbert Burke A. Gray Boylston Fort Lauderdale, Fla 165.00 

Laurence J. Burton V. Grant Jacobsen Provo, Utah 135.00 

Daniel E. Button Manuel Rockwood Sarasota, Fla 200.00 

James A. Byrne Smith-Devine Real Estate Philadelphia, Pa 100.00 

Hugh L. Carey ... Clavin Real Estate Brooklyn, N.Y 200.00 

Tim Lee Carter Edwin Roberts Somerset, Ky 100.00 

Elford A. Cederberg Walter G. Nakkula Gladwin, Mich 65.00 

Bill Chappell, Jr Edgar & Margaret M. Dunn, Jr.. Daytona Beach, Fla.. 200.00 

Shirley Chisholm Otto G. Moses Brooklyn, N.Y 185.00 

Don H. Clausen Eureka Inn Eureka, Calif 80.00 

Do Trust of Will of Max Rosenberg Santa Rosa, Calif 120.00 

Suite 412 Rosenberg Bldg. 

Del Clawson Shumway & Gasdia Downey, Calif 160.00 

William (Bill) Clay Richard Anderson, d.b.a. P.O. R. St. Louis, Mo 200.00 

Inc. 

James C. Cleveland J. W.Simoneau Son Realty Corp.. Nashua, N.H 175.00 

Harold R.Collier John Storcel. North Riverside, III 150.00 

James M. Collins Norman G. Christy.. Irving, Tex 200.00 

William M. Colmer Lex Terrae, Inc Pascagoula, Miss 75.00 

Silvio O. Conte 7 North St. Realty Trust Pittsfield, Mass 120.00 

James C. Corman Victory Professional Bldg Van Nuys, Calif 100.00 

Do AbeVickter Sherman Oaks, Calif. 100.00 

R. Lawrence Coughlin Chrispaul Corp Norristown, Pa._ 200.00 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 



Members' district office rentals for September 1970— Continued 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 

1970 

Oct. 1 2026 William 0. Cowger Goodman & Hambleton... Louisville, Ky $134.00 

Philip M. Crane First National Bank of Mt. Mt. Prospect, III 200.00 

Prospect. 

Glenn R. Davis Village Professional Bldg. Wauwatosa, Wis 200.00 

Eligio de la Garza Quinco, Inc McAllen, Tex 100.00 

James J. Delaney Charles W. Schaefer Jackson Heights, N.Y 150.00 

John Dellenback.. Cascade Offices Co Eugene, Oreg 165.00 

Robert V. Denney Veterans Bldg. Corp ... Lincoln, Nebr. 200.00 

David W. Dennis. Wescott Hotel Richmond, lnd_ 100.00 

William L. Dickinson J. F. Dusenbury Bay Minette, Ala 200.00 

Charles C. Diggsjr Burton W. London Detroit, Mich... 150.00 

Do . Clarence C.Gary do 50.00 

John D. Dingell Mid-Wayne Corp Dearborn, Mich 200.00 

John Dowdy W. C. McGuffey, Jr Athens, Tex 140.00 

Thomas N. Downing Harrison & Lear Agents Hampton, Va 175.00 

John J. Duncan Mrs. Lynn Sheeley, Sr Morristown, Tenn 200.00 

Florence P. Dwyer Morvel Realty Co., Inc Plainfield, N.J 200.00 

Don Edwards Pacific Property Management Co. San Jose, Calif 200.00 

Edwin W. Edwards Lloyd Andrus Opelousas, La 150.00 

Jack Edwards Jansen Chapman Grove Hill, Ala 90.00 

Joshua Eilberg First Federal Savings & Loan Philadelphia, Pa 200.00 

Assn. 

Marvin L Esch Wendell W. Hobbs Ann Arbor, Mich... 175.00 

Do Cunningham Drugstores, Inc. . Detroit, Mich 25.00 

Leonard Farbstein Walter Scott Co., Inc New York, N.Y 200.00 

Paul Findley Western Catholic Union Quincy, III 120.00 

Hamilton Fish, Jr Harry Lefever Kingston, N.Y 75.00 

Do H. W. Guernsey Realtors Poughkeepsie, N.Y 150.00 

O. C. Fisher South Texas Corp San Antonio, Tex 132.50 

John J. Flynt, Jr E.G.Harper... Griffin, Ga 100.00 

Gerald R. Ford Pipp, Inc Fort Lauderdale, Fla 110.00 

William D. Ford William Siemasz Taylor, Mich 200.00 

Ed Foreman First National Bank Bldg Las Cruces, N. Mex 200. 00 

Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen. Treasurer of Morris County Morristown, N.J 200.00 

Louis Frey, Jr C. Sweet Smith, Jr.. _ Cocoa, Fla 83.33 

Do Koger Properties, Inc Orlando, Fla 116.67 

Cornelius E. Gallagher Peter Arbes Elizabeth, N.J 87.50 

Joseph M. Gaydos McKeesport National Bank McKeesport, Pa 200.00 

Sam Gibbons. Hillsboro Bank Plant City, Fla 180.00 

Jacob H. Gilbert 700 Lydig Realty Corp.... New York, N.Y . . 100.00 

Barry M. Goldwater, Jr... North Hollywood Savings & North Hollywood, Calif. 200.00 
Loan. 

Kenneth J. Gray Catherine Kuca W. Frankfort, III 200.00 

Charles H. Griffin Deposit Guaranty National Jackson, Miss 200.00 

Bank. 

Martha W. Griffiths Harold M. Shapero Detroit, Mich 100.00 

H. R. Gross Holiday Inn Waterloo, Iowa 80.00 

James R. Grover, Jr Francis B. Garvey West Islip, N.Y 200.00 

Charles S. Gubser Palo Alto Town & Country Palo Alto, Calif 200.00 

Village, Inc. 

Gilbert Gude W. H. Hildebrandt Assn. Inc Wheaton, Md 150.00 

Do Robert P. Long Associates, Inc. Columbia, Md 50.00 

JamesA. Haley D. H. Sloan, Jr Lakeland, Fla 100.00 

Do Egbert T. Smith Enterprises, Ft. Myers, Fla 100.00 

Inc. 

*•■ Durward G. Hall . Dillon Investment Co Springfield, Mo 200.00 

Seymour Halpern G.L.G. Associates Jamaica, N.Y 200.00 

James M. Hanley Loew's Theatres Clearing Corp.. New York, N.Y 125.00 

Richard T. Hanna .. California Federal Savings & Anaheim, Calif 200.00 

Loan Assn. 

Orval Hansen Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co Twin Falls, Idaho 50.00 

Do... First Security Bank of Idaho... Idaho Falls, Idaho 117.00 

William H. Harsha Batavia Professional Bldg Batavia, Ohio 140.00 

James Harvey CM. P. Realty Co Saginaw, Mich 190.00 

James F. Hastings Allegany Estates Corp Allegany, N.Y 145.00 

William D. Hathaway Canal National Bank Portland, Maine 200.00 

Augustus F. Hawkins. ... Broadway Manchester Bldg. Los Angeles, Calif 200.00 

Corp. 

Wayne L.Hays Frank M. Huff . Flushing, Ohio 200.00 

Ken Hechler Mid-Town Real Estate Co Parkersburg, W. Va 200. 00 

Margaret M. Heckler ... One Washington Street Co.. Wellesley Hills, Mass 200.00 

Henry Helstoski Rutherford East, Inc Wallington, N.J 200.00 

Floyd V. Hicks Fanning Starkey Co Tacoma, Wash 200.00 

Lawrence J. Hogan Iverson Mall Joint Venture Hillcrest Heights, Md 200.00 

Chet Holifield Home Savings & Loan Assn Pico Rivera, Calif 192.00 

John E. Hunt One Fourteen Corp Camden, N.J 100. 00 

Do RobertBoakes .. Woodbury, N.J. 100.00 

Richard H. Ichord Houston Realty Investment Co . Houston, Mo 100.00 

Do Jerome Wallach St. Louis, Mo 100.00 

53-476 O — 71 16 



236 

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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for September 1970 — Continued 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 

1970 

Oct. 1 2026 Andrew Jacobs, J r Indiana National Bank. Indianapolis, Ind $200.00 

Ed Jones Dean Morton. _ Memphis, Tenn 85.00 

Walter B. Jones J. I. Morgan Estate. Farmville, N.C 125.00 

Robert W. Kastenmeier... Buklor, Inc Watertown, Wis 75.00 

Abraham Kazen, Jr Tower Life Bldg San Antonio, Tex 200.00 

Hastings Keith Mace Bldg, Trust Norwell, Mass 175.00 

Carleton J. King J. P. McGirr Co., Inc Saratoga Springs, N.Y 150.00 

John C. Kluczynski Joseph Harnik Chicago, ML. 150.00 

Edward T. Koch Gluck & Richtmann Mt. Vernon, N.Y 200.00 

Peter N. Kyros.. Knox Broadcasting, Inc Rockland, Maine 200.00 

Earl F. Landgrebe Ronald D. Jacobson Valparaiso, Ind 200.00 

Delbert L. Latta Bank of Wood County Co Bowling Green, Ohio.. 84.00 

Robert L. Leggett Tennessee St. Professional Vallejo, Calif __ 200.00 

Center 

Alton Lennon Peoples Savings & Loan Assn.. . Wilmington, N.C 115.00 

Speedy O. Long. Jena Insurance Agency, Inc Jena, La 125.00 

Allard K. Lowenstein Yorkmer Realty Corp Oceanside, N.Y. ._ 200.00 

Manuel Lujan, Jr T.N.Fidel Albuquerque, N. Mex 100.00 

Donald E. Lukens. _ Town & Country Development. . Middletown, Ohio 100.00 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr Borel Estate Co... San Mateo, Calif 200.00 

James A. McClure Simplot Realty Corp Boise, Idaho __ 190.00 

Joseph M. McDade Northeastern Pennsylvania Scranton, Pa 175.00 

National Bank & Trust Co. 

Jack H. McDonald Farmington Holding Co _ Farmington, Mich 200.00 

Robert C. McEwen Ogdensburg Trust Co Ogdensburg, N.Y 100.00 

John J. McFall... _. John Burnett Manteca, Calif 200.00 

Martin B. McKneally New City Co _ New York, N.Y 90.42 

John L. McMillan Robert N. Richardson Conway, S.C 125.00 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.. Sojac Corp Visalia, Calif 190.00 

Spark M. Matsunaga Kuhio Auto Repair, Inc Honolulu, Hawaii 100.00 

Catherine May Mercy & Sons, Inc Yakima, Wash 200.00 

John Melcher Rocky Mountain Fire & Gas Seattle, Wash 60.00 

Co. 

Thomas J. Meskill City Hall Commission New Britain, Conn 150.00 

Robert H. Michel First National Bank of Peoria... Peoria, III 200.00 

AbnerJ. Mikva Albert Lencioni Chicago, III 150.00 

George P. Miller Alameda Times Star Alameda, Calif.. 160.00 

Joseph G. Minish Harry A. Johnson West Orange. N.J 150.00 

Patsy T. Mink Kenji Tokuno... Aiea, Hawaii 100.00 

Chester L. Mize Merchants National Bank Topeka, Kans 100.00 

F. Bradford Morse Mallen Realty Trust Lawrence, Mass 95.00 

Do... Lowell Sun Realty Co Lowell, Mass 104.00 

Rogers C. B. Morton Loyola Federal Savings & Loan Easton, Md 200.00 

Assn. 

Charles A. Mosher. Alfred & Jean J. Porkolab...... Lorain, Ohio 120.00 

John T. Myers W. W. Stogsdill _ _ Columbus, Ind.. 35.00 

William H. Natcher Rufus Brandenburg Elizabethtown, Ky 105.00 

Lucien N. Nedzi William Parker Detroit, Mich 120.00 

Ancher Nelsen Citizens Bank Hutchinson, Minn 120.00 

Robert N. C. Nix Equitable Realty Corp Philadelphia, Pa 150.00 

James G. O'Hara- William Ross & John B. Bruff Mt. Clemons, Mich 200.00 

Alvin E. O'Konski Northland Television, Inc Rhinelander, Wis. _ 200.00 

Arnold Olsen Leif Erickson Helena, Mont 100.00 

Do Law Buildings, Inc Butte, Mont 100.00 

Maston O'Neal Conger & Conger Bainbridge, Ga 100.00 

Richard L. Ottinger Six En Realty, Inc... Brewster, N.Y.... 100.00 

Otto E. Passman Ouachita National Bank Monroe, La 150.00 

Jerry L. Pettis E. & W. Professional Bldg Ontario, Calif 60.00 

Do. California Hotel San Bernardino, Calif 140.00 

Philip J. Philbin Gordons Realty, Inc Waltham, Mass 200.00 

Alexander Pirnie Hahn Real Estate, Inc Utica, N.Y 100.00 

Bertram L Podell Nat Chanelis Brooklyn, N.Y 200.00 

Howard W. Pollock Jack White Real Estate I nsur- Anchorage, Alaska.... 200.00 

ance Co. 

Adam C. Powell Duncan Holding Corp New York, N.Y 110.00 

Do.. Alfred Isaacs Club of Democrats do... 90.00 

Roman C. Pucinski.. S. J. M. Bldg. Corp Chicago, III 200.00 

Graham Purcell Preston Tower.. Dallas, Tex... 200.00 

Albert H. Quie Fred W. Schuster Rochester, Minn 138.00 

Wm. J. Randall Welty Bros. Auctioneers, Inc Nevada, Mo 20.00 

Thomas M. Rees William Horowitz Los Angeles, Calif 200.00 

Charlotte T. Reid Roeder Bldg. Corp Aurora, III 175.00 

Ogden R. Reid. Ahrle Properties White Plains, N.Y 200.00 

Ben Reifel F. W. Hatterscheidt & Co Aberdeen. S. Dak 47.00 

Do Northwestern National Bank of Sioux Falls, S. Dak 53. CO 

Sioux Falls. 

HenryS. Reuss Irvin B. Charne Milwaukee, Wis 200.00 



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"■to No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for September 1970— Continued 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 

Oct. 1 2026 Donald W. Riegle, Jr Whaley Memorial Foundation Flint, Mich $200.00 

Paul G. Rogers Keyes Management Co_. West Palm Beach, Fla . 169.10 

Fred B. Rooney... Rose Kokot Bethlehem, Pa .. 175.00 

Dan Rostenkowski .... Leonard L. Levin Chicago, III 200.00 

John H. Rousselot F. G. & H. J. Kennedy... Arcadia. Calif 200.00 

Earl B. Ruth Home Savings & Loan Assn Salisbury, N.C. 112.00 

William F. Ryan 1145 Fox St. Corp New York, N.Y 160.00 

Charles W. Sandman, Jr... Matthew Aaron, Esq . Bridgeton, N.J 50.00 

Do SalvatoreS Rose Consalvo, Sr... Atlantic City, N.J 150.00 

James H. Scheuer Panoff & Grill Bronx,N.Y._ .. .. 200.00 

John G. Schmitz Campus Development Co.. .. Newport Beach, Calif 200.00 

Herman T. Schneebeli Fidelity National Bank of Williamsport, Pa 163.75 

Pennsylvania. 

Fred Schwengel Union Bldg Co Davenport, Iowa 160.00 

Keith G. Sebelius Hays Bancorp Hays, Kans . . 100.00 

Do Howard M. & lona Wilson Norton, Kans 35.00 

George E. Shipley Albert & Lela Smith Olney, III 200.00 

Garner E. Shriver Eight-Thirty, Inc Wichita, Kans 200.00 

JoeSkubitz Robert B. Lambert Independence, Kans 90.00 

Do Roy R. Robe Emporia, Kans . . 50. 00 

Henry P. Smith III Niagara Mohawk Power Corp. . . North Tonawanda, N.Y. .. 140.00 

Neal Smith Insurance Exchange Bldg Des Moines, Iowa 195.00 

M. G. (Gene) Snyder... Bryson Land Co., Inc St. Matthews, Ky 130.00 

William L. Springer Champaign National Bank. . ._ Champaign, III 200.00 

Robert T. Stafford Authur E Crowley & Earle Rutland, Vt 75.00 

Bishop. 

J. William Stanton Coral Ridge Bldg. Co... Painesville, Ohio. . 200.00 

Tom Steed Masonic Temple Assn Shawnee Okla 85. 00 

Do George & Olvana M. Faubion, Jr. Norman, Okla 100.00 

Robert G. Stephens, Jr Southern Mutual Insurance Co.. Athens, Ga 200.00 

LouisStokes Henry J. Matt Cleveland, Ohio 200.00 

Frank A. Stubblefield Professional Bldg Murray, Ky 100.00 

W.S.(Bill)Stuckey.Jr Stuckey Development Corp. ... Eastman.Ga 200.00 

James W. Symington Sidney M. Studt St. Louis, Mo 200.00 

Roy A. Taylor Davis & Davis Realty Co., Inc.. . Charlotte, N.C .. .. 200.00 

Charles M. Teague American Amusement Co Ventura, Calif 100.00 

Vernon W. Thomson Farmers & Merchants Bank . Richland Center, Wis 75.00 

Robert O. Tiernan Samuel Nardone & Co Westerly, R.I... . . 200.00 

John V. Tunney Mission Inn . Riverside, Calif 200.00 

Guy Vander Jagt Margaret Stegeman Maentz Holland, Mich 50.00 

Do University Park Professional.. Muskegon, Mich 140.00 

Charles A. Vanik Hilltop Management Co.. Lynhurst. Ohio 200.00 

Joseph P. Vigorito David L. Ekker Sharon, Pa 150.00 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr John Doles, Jr . Plain Dealing, La 100.00 

Jerome R. Waldie Howard E. Kern Richmond, Calif 190.00 

William C. Wampler Jim Dougherty Bristol, Tenn 150.00 

G. Robert Watkins Trustees, Delaware County Media, Pa 140.00 

Republican Executive Com- 
mittee. 

Do Chester County Republican West Chester, Pa 60.00 

Committee. 

Albert W. Watson M. B. Ott Orangeburg, S.C 60.00 

Lowell P. Weicker.Jr Werner V. Jensen . . Stamford, Conn 200.00 

J. Irving Whalley Allegheny Sales Co . . Windber, Pa 100.00 

Jamie L. Whitten Will A. Hickman.... Oxford, Miss 125.00 

Charles E. Wiggins Crown Savings & Loan Assn El Monte, Calif 200.00 

Lawrence G. Williams Township of Springfield Springfield, Pa 200.00 

Charles H. Wilson Janet C. Medina Los Angeles, Calif 150.00 

John Wold Pacific Western Life Insurance Casper, Wyo . . 165.00 

Co. 

Lester L. Wolff Albert Kimball & Michael Port Washington, N.Y 200.00 

Salomone. 

Wendell Wyatt Minthorn Properties Milwaukie, Oreg 150.00 

John W. Wydler. Homeway Realty Corp . Mineola N.Y 200.00 

Gus Yatron Colonial Berk Real Estate Co Reading, Pa 100.00 

Clement J. Zablocki...... Leona Wozinski . Milwaukee, Wis 150.00 

-, 1-,™ Roger H - Zl0n Harvev K. Ramsey Vincennes, lnd._ 80.00 

/ 2200 Albert W. Johnson Hamlin Bank & Trust Co Smethport, Pa 35.00 

2201 Craig Hosmer William Walters Co Long Beach, Calif 165.00 

,, llrr F rank Thompson, Jr Levy, Levy, Albert & Marcus. . Trenton, N.J 177.50 

13 2366 John H.Dent.. Law & Finance Bldg Greensburg Pa 210.00 

2367 John N. Erlenborn Town & Country Realtors Joliet, III 75.00 

,. 236? Do Andrew McNally Wheaton, III 125.00 

14 2475 William L. Dawson William H. Harvey. Chicago III 600.00 

(July-Sept.) K 

2476 William L. Hungate B. J. Grewach Troy, Mo 450.00 

(July-Sept.) 

2478 William B. Widnall Joseph Dobias . Paramus, N.J 300.00 

(July-Sept.) 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for October 1970: 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 

1970 

Nov. 2 2924 Watkins M. Abbitt Great Bridge Developers Chesapeake, Va $120.00 

Do George Abbitt, Jr. _ Appomattox, Va 75.00 

E. Ross Adair Fort Wayne Bank Bldg., Inc Tulsa, Okla 200.00 

Joseph P. Addabbo Louis DeSena & C. Benedict Ozone Park, N.Y _ 100.00 

Mauro. 

Bill Alexander Arkansas State University Arkansas State University, 200.00 

Ark. 

Glenn M. Anderson Palos Verdes Pacific Corp Torrance, Calif 200.00 

John B. Anderson Rock River Savings Rockford, III 160.00 

George W. Andrews Mabel Finlayson. Union Springs, Ala 150.00 

John M. Ashbrook Sam & Abe Brenner Wooster, Ohio 100.00 

Do Ashland Progress, Inc Ashland, Ohio 110.00 

William H. Ayres Krumroy Realty Co .. Akron, Ohio _ 100.00 

E. Y. Berry Bank Realty Co Rapid City, S. Dak 100.00 

Do Johnson Bldg Mitchell, S. Dak 100.00 

Jackson E. Betts Betty M. Drake Findlay, Ohio 60.00 

Do Mid-Ohio Bldg, Corp Mansfield, Ohio 62.50 

Mario Biaggi Shalimar Restaurant, Inc Bronx, N.Y 200.00 

Edward G. Biester, Jr M. & M. Holding Co. Levittown, Pa. _ 100.00 

Jonathan B. Bingham Libtul Realty Co., Inc Bronx, N.Y 200.00 

Ray Blanton David Harrison, Jr., d.b.a. Memphis, Tenn 200.00 

Branchdale Bldg 

Frank T. Bow Linbeck Enterprises, Inc Canton, Ohio 200.00 

John Brademas Mort Under & Associates South Bend, I nd 200.00 

Frank J. Brasco Brasco, Scholnick & Verini New York, N.Y 200.00 

William G. Bray Forum Realty Corp. Indianapolis, Ind 200.00 

W. E. (Bill) Brock P.T.Love Athens, Tenn.. 190.00 

Wm. S. Broomfield Romeo Gadoua Clawson, Mich 175.00 

Clarence J. Brown Office Centers, Inc Marion, Ohio 100.00 

Garry Brown Kenneth H. Krum Vicksburg, Mich 100.00 

George E. Brown, J r David Ramirez.. Pico Rivera, Calif 200.00 

Joel T. Broyhill Virginia Mortgage Investment Arlington, Va 200.00 

Co., Inc. 

J. Herbert Burke A. Gray Boylston Fort Lauderdale, Fla 165.00 

Laurence J. Burton V. Grant Jacobsen.. Provo, Utah 135.00 

Daniel E. Button Manuel Rockwood Sarasota, Fla 200.00 

James A. Byrne Smith-Devine Real Estate Philadelphia, Pa 100.00 

Hugh L. Carey Clavin Real Estate Brooklyn, N.Y 200.00 

Tim Lee Carter Edwin Roberts _ Somerset, Ky... 100.00 

Elford A. Cederberg Walter G. Nakkula Gladwin, Mich 65.00 

Bill Chapped, Jr Edgar & Margaret M. Dunn, Jr. _ Daytona Beach, Fla 200.00 

Shirley Chisholm Otto G. Moses. Brooklyn, N.Y 185.00 

Don H. Clausen.. Eureka Inn Eureka, Calif 80.00 

Do... Trust of Will of Max Rosenberg . Santa Rosa, Calif _ 120.00 

Del Clawson Shumway & Gasdia Downey, Calif 160.00 

William (Bill) Clay Richard Anderson d.b.a. P.O. R., St. Louis, Mo 200.00 

Inc. 

James C. Cleveland J. W. Simoneau Son Realty Nashua, N.H 175.00 

Corp. 

Harold R. Collier John Storcel.. North Riverside, III 150.00 

James M. Collins Norman G. Christy Irving, Tex 200.00 

William M. Colmer Lex Terrae, Inc... Pascagoula, Miss 75.00 

Silvio O. Conte 7 North St. Realty Trust Pittsfield, Mass 120.00 

James C. Corman Victory Professional Bldg Van Nuys, Calif 100.00 

Do... Abe Vickter. Sherman Oaks, Calif 100.00 

R. Lawrence Coughlin Chrispaul Corp __ Norristown, Pa 200.00 

William O. Cowger Goodman & Hambleton Louisville, Ky 134.00 

Philip M. Crane First National Bank of Mt. Mt. Prospect, III 200.00 

Prospect. 

Glenn R. Davis Village Professional Bldg Wauwatosa, Wis.. 200.00 

Eligio de la Garza Quinco, Inc McAllen, Tex 100.00 

James J. Delaney Charles W. Schaefer Jackson Heights, N.Y 150.00 

John Dellenback Cascade Offices Co Eugene, Oreg 165.00 

Robert V. Denney Veterans Bldg. Corp Lincoln, Nebr 200. 00 

David W. Dennis Wescott Hotel Richmond, Ind 100.00 

William L Dickinson J. F. Dusenbury Bay Minette, Ala 200.00 

Charles C. Diggs, Jr Burton W. London Detroit, Mich 150.00 

Do Clarence C. Gary... ...do. 50.00 

John D. Dingell Mid-Wayne Corp Dearborn, Mich 200.00 

John Dowdy W. C. McGuffey, Jr Athens, Tex 140.00 

Thomas N. Downing Harrison & Lear Hampton, Va 175.00 

John J. Duncan Mrs. Lynn Sheeley, Sr Morristown, Tenn 200.00 

Florence P. Dwyer Morvel Realty Co., Inc Plainfield, N.J 200.00 

Don Edwards Pacific Property Mgmt. Co San Jose, Calif 200.00 

Edwin W. Edwards Lloyd Andrus Opelousas, La 150.00 

Jack Edwards Jansen Chapman Grove Hill, Ala 90.00 

Joshua Eilberg First Federal Savings & Loan Philadelphia, Pa 200.00 

Assn. 

Marvin L. Esch Wendell W. Hobbs Ann Arbor, Mich 175.00 

Do Cunningham Drugstores, Inc.. Detroit, Mich... 25.00 



239 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Members' district office rentals for October 1970— Continued 



1970 
Nov. 2 



Congressman 



Lessor 



Lessor's address 



2924 



Leonard Farbstein Walter Scott Co., Inc New York, N.Y 

Paul Findley Western Catholic Union Quincy, II 



Anaheim, Calif 

Twin Falls, Idaho. _ 
Idaho Falls, Idaho. 



Hamilton Fish, Jr Harry Lefever. Kingston, N.Y 

Do H. W. Guernsey Realtors Poughkeepsie, N.Y 

0. C. Fisher South Texas Corp San Antonio, Tex 

John J. Flynt, Jr E.G.Harper Griffin, Ga 

Gerald R. Ford Pipp, Inc. _ Fort Lauderdale, Fla 

William D. Ford William Siemasz Taylor, Mich . . 

Ed Foreman First National Bank Bldg Las Cruces, N. Mex... 

Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen. Treasurer of Morris County Morristown, N.J 

Louis Frey, Jr C. Sweet Smith, Jr Cocoa, Fla 

Do Koger Properties, Inc Orlando, Fla 

Cornelius E. Gallagher Peter Arbes Elizabeth, N.J. 

Joseph M. Gaydos McKeesport National Bank. . . McKeesport, Pa . 

Sam Gibbons Hillsboro Bank Plant City, Fla 

Jacob H. Gilbert 700 Lydig Realty Corp New York, N.Y 

Do Irving Byron Associates Bronx, N.Y 

(Aug.-Sept.) 
Barry M. Goldwater, Jr.... North Hollywood Savings & North Hollywood, Calif... 

Loan. 

Kenneth J. Gray Catherine Kuca West Frankfort, III __ 

Charles H. Griffin Deposit Guaranty National Bank. Jackson, Miss 

Martha W. Griffiths Harold M. Shapero .. Detroit, Mich . 

H. R. Gross Holiday Inn . Waterloo, Iowa 

James R. Grover, Jr Francis B. Garvey West Islip, N.Y 

Charles S. Gubser Palo Alto Town & Country Palo Alto, Calif 

Village. 

Gilbert Gude _. W. H. Hildebrandt Assn., Inc.... Wheaton, Md 

Do Robert P. Long Associates, Inc.. Columbia, Md 

James A. Haley D. H.Sloan, Jr. 1 _. Lakeland, Fla 

Do Egbert T. Smith Enterprises, Ft. Myers, Fla 

Inc. 

Durward G. Hall. Dillon Investment Co Springfield, Mo ... 

Seymour Halpern G. L. G. Associates.... Jamaica, N.Y 

James M. Hanley Loew's Theatres Clearing Corp.. New York, N.Y 

Richard T. Hanna California Federal Savings & 

Loan Assn. 

Orval Hansen _. Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co.. 

Do First Security Bank of Idaho 

William H. Harsha Batavia Professional Bldg Batavia, Oh 

James Harvey CM. P. Realty Co Saginaw, Mich... . 

James F. Hastings Allegany Estates Corp Allegany, N.Y 

William D. Hathaway Canal National Bank Portland, Maine 

Augustus F. Hawkins Broadway Manchester Bldg. Los Angeles, Calif... 

Corp. 

Wayne L.Hays Frank M. Huff Flushing, Ohio... 

Ken Hechler Mid Town Real Estate Co Parkersburg, W. Va 

Margaret M. Heckler One Washington Street Co ... Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

Henry Helstoski.. Rutherford East, Inc.. Wallington, N.J. 

Floyd V. Hicks. Fanning Starkey Co. Tacoma, Wash 

Lawrence J. Hogan Iverson Mall Joint Venture Hillcrest Heights, Md 

Chet Holifield.. Home Savings & Loan Pico Rivera, Calif.. 

Association. 

John E. Hunt One Fourteen Corp... . Camden, N.J. 

Do Robert Boakes Woodbury, N.J. ... 

Richard H. Ichord Houston Realty Investment Co.. Houston, Mo 

Do ...... Jerome Wallach St. Louis, Mo 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr Indiana National Bank. Indianapolis, I nd 

EdJones.. Dean Morton Memphis, Tenn 

Walter B. Jones J. I. Morgan Estate... Farmville, N.C 

Robert W. Kastenmeier... Buklor, Inc Watertown, Wis. _ . 

Abraham Kazen, Jr Tower Life Bldg San Antonio, Tex 

Hastings Keith Mace Bldg. Trust. .. Norwell, Mass 

Carleton J. King .... J. P. McGirrCo., Inc Saratoga Springs, N.Y 

John C. Kluczynski ... ... Joseph Harnik . . Chicago, III 

Peter N. Kyros ... Knox Broadcasting, Inc Rockland, Maine 

Earl F. Landgrebe .. Ronald D. Jacobson Valparaiso, I nd 

Delbert L. Latta . . . Bank of Wood County Co. . . .. Bowling Green, Ohio 

Robert L. Leggett Tennessee St. Professional Vallejo, Calif. 

Center. 

Alton Lennon. Peoples Savings & Loan Wilmington, N.C .... 

Association. 

Speedy 0. Long Jena Insurance Agency, Inc Jena, La... ....... 

Allard K. Lowenstein... Yorkmer Realty Corp . . Oceanside, N.Y 



Manuel Lujan, Jr. 
Donald E. Lukens 
(Sept. Oct.) 
Paul N. McCloskey, Jr 



T. N. Fidel 

Town & Country Development. 



Albuquerque, N. Mex. 
Middletown, Ohio 



Borel Estate Co San Mateo, Calif 





$200. 00 

120. 00 

75.00 
150.00 
132. 50 
100. 00 
110. Oo 
200. n 
200. 0" 
200. 0° 

83.33 
116.67 

87.50 
200. 00 
180. 00 
100. 00 
300. 00 

200. 00 

200. 00 
200. 00 
100. 00 
150.00 
200. 00 
200. 00 

150.00 

50.00 

100.00 

100. 00 

200. 00 
200. 00 
125.00 
200. 00 

50.00 
117.00 
140. 00 
190. 00 
145.00 
200. 00 
200. 00 

200. 00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
192.00 

100. 00 
100. 00 
100. 00 
100. 00 
200. 00 

85.00 
125.00 

75.00 
200. 00 
175.00 
150.00 
150.00 
200. 00 
i 200. 00 
84.00 
200. 00 

115.00 

125.00 
200. 00 
100. 00 
300. 00 

200. 00 



$200.00 refunded Dec. 1, 1970. 



240 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Data No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for October 1970— Continued 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 

1970 

Nov. 2 2924 James A. McClure Simplot Realty Corp Boise, Idaho $190.00 

Joseph M. McDade Northeastern Pennsylvania Scranton, Pa 175.00 

National Bank & trust Co. 

Jack H. McDonald Farmington Holding Co Farmington, Mich 200.00 

Robert C. McEwen Ogdensburg Trust Co Ogdensburg, N.Y 100.00 

John J. McFall John Burnett Manteca, Calif 200.00 

Martin B. McKneally New City Co New York, N.Y 90.42 

John L. McMillan Robert N. Richardson Conway, S.C 125.00 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.. Sojac Corp Visalia, Calif.. 190.00 

Spark M. Matsunaga Kuhio Auto Repair, I nc Honolulu, Hawaii 100.00 

Catherine May Mercy & Sons, I nc Yakima, Wash 200.00 

John Melcher Rocky Mountain Fire & Gas Co.. Seattle, Wash 60.00 

Thomas J. Meskill City Hall Commission New Britain, Conn 150.00 

Robert H. Michel First National Bank of Peoria. __ Peoria, III. 200.00 

AbnerJ. Mikva Albert Lencioni Chicago, III 150.00 

George P. Miller... Alameda TimesStar Alameda, Calif 160.00 

Joseph G. Minish Harry A. Johnson West Orange, N.J 150.00 

Patsy T. Mink Kenji Tokuno Aiea, Hawaii 100.00 

Chester L. Mize Merchants National Bank __ Topeka, Kans 100.00 

F. Bradford Morse Mallen Realty Trust Lawrence, Mass 95.00 

Do Lowell Sun Realty Co Lowell, Mass 104.00 

Rogers C. B. Morton Loyola Federal Savings & Loan Easton, Md 200.00 

Association. 

Charles A. Mosher Alfred & Jean J. Porkolab Lorain, Ohio 120.00 

John T. Myers W. W. Stogsdill Bloomington, Ind 35.00 

William H. Natcher Rufus Brandenburg Elizabethtown, Ky 105.00 

Lucien N. Nedzi William Parker _ Detroit, Mich. 120.00 

Ancher Nelsen Citizens Bank Hutchinson, Minn 120.00 

Robert N. C. Nix Equitable Realty Corp... Philadelphia, Pa 150.00 

JamesG. O'Hara William Ross & John B. Bruff Mt. demons, Mich 200.00 

Alvin E. O'Konski Northland Television, Inc Rhinelander, Wis 200.00 

Arnold Olsen Leif Erickson Helena, Mont 100.00 

Do Law Buildings, Inc Butte, Mont 100.00 

Maston O'Neal Conger & Conger. ._ Bainbridge, Ga 100.00 

Richard L. Ottinger Six En Realty, Inc. Brewster, N.Y 100.00 

Otto E. Passman Ouachita National Bank Monroe, La 150.00 

Jerry L. Pettis E.&W. Professional Bldg Ontario, Calif 60.00 

Do California Hotel San Bernardino, Calif 140.00 

Philip J. Philbin Gordons Realty, Inc Waltham, Mass 200.00 

Alexander Pirnie Hahn Real Estate, Inc Utica, N.Y 100.00 

Bertram L. Podell Nat Chanelis Brooklyn, N.Y 200.00 

Howard W. Pollock Jack White Real Estate Insur- Anchorage, Alaska 200.00 

ance Co. 

Adam C. Powell Duncan Holding Corp New York, N.Y 110.00 

Do Alfred Isaacs Club of Democrats do 90.00 

Roman C. Pucinski S.J. M. Bldg Corp Chicago, III 200.00 

Graham Purcell Preston Tower.. Dallas, Tex 200.00 

AlbertH.Quie Fred W. Schuster Rochester, Minn 138.00 

Wm. J. Randall Welty Bros. Auctioneers, Inc Nevada, Mo 20.00 

ThomasM.Rees William Horowitz Los Angeles, Calif 200.00 

Charlotte T. Reid Roeder Bldg. Corp Aurora, III 175.00 

Ogden R. Reid Ahrle Properties White Plains, N.Y 200.00 

Ben Reifel F. W. Hatterscheidt & Co Aberdeen, S. Dak 47.00 

Do Northwestern National Bank of Sioux Falls, S. Dak 53.00 

Sioux Falls. 

HenryS.Reuss Irvin B. Charne Milwaukee, Wis 200.00 

Donald W. Riegle, Jr. Whaley Memorial Foundation... Flint, Mich _ 200.00 

Paul G. Rogers Keyes Management Co West Palm Beach, Fla 169.10 

Fred B. Rooney Rose Kokot Bethlehem, Pa 175.00 

Dan Rostenkowski Leonard L. Levin Chicago, III 200.00 

John H. Rousselot F. G. & H. J. Kennedy Arcadia, Calif 200.00 

Earl B. Ruth Home Savings & Loan Salisbury, N.C 112.00 

Association. 

William F. Ryan 1145 Fox St. Corp New York, N.Y 160.00 

Charles W. Sandman, Jr... Matthew Aaron, Esq Bridgeton, N.J 50.00 

Do Salvatore & Rose Consalvo, Sr . Atlantic City, N.J 150.00 

James H. Scheuer Panoff & Grill Bronx, N.Y 200.00 

John G. Schmitz.. Campus Development Co Newport Beach, Calif 200.00 

Herman T. Schneebeli Fidelity National Bank of Williamsport, Pa 163.75 

Pennsylvania. 

Fred Schwengel Union Bldg Co Davenport, Iowa 160.00 

Keith G. Sebelius Hays Ban Corp Hays, Kans... 100.00 

Do Howard M. & lona Wilson Norton, Kans 35.00 

George E. Shipley Albert & Lela Smith Olney, III 200.00 

Garner E. Shriver Eight-Thirty, Inc Wichita, Kans 200.00 

JoeSkubitz Robert B. Lambert Independence, Kans 90.00 

Do Roy R. Robe Emporia, Kans 50.00 

Henry P. Smith III Niagara Mohawk Power Corp... North Tonawanda, N.Y 140.00 



241 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for October 1970— Continued 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 

1970 

Nov. 2 2924 Neal Smith Insurance Exchange Bldg Des Moines, Iowa ... $195.00 

M. G. (Gene) Snyder Bryson Land Co., Inc St. Matthews, Ky 130.00 

William L. Springer Champaign National Bank Champaign, III 200.00 

Robert T. Stafford Arthur E. Crowley & Earle Rutland, Vt_ .. 75.00 
Bishop. 

J. William Stanton Coral Ridge Bldg. Co Painesville, Ohio 200.00 

TomSteed.. Masonic Temple Association Shawnee, Okla 85.00 

Do George & Olvna M. Faubion, Jr. Norman, Okla 100.00 

Robert G.Stephens. Jr. .. Southern Mutual Ins. Co Athens, Ga 200.00 

LouisStokes ... Henry J. Matt Cleveland, Ohio 200.00 

Frank A. Stubblefield .. Professional Bldg Murray, Ky _. 100.00 

W. S. (Bill)Stuckey, Jr... Stuckey Development Corp Eastman, Ga 200.00 

James W. Symington Sidney M. Studt St. Louis, Mo 200.00 

Roy A. Taylor Davis & Davis Realty Co., Inc. .. Charlotte, N.C.. 200.00 

Charles M. Teague American Amustment Co Ventura, Calif 100.00 

Vernon W. Thomson Farmers & Merchants Bank Richland Center, Wis.. 75.00 

Robert O. Tiernan Samuel Nardone & Co Westerly, R.I 200.00 

John V. Tunney Mission Inn Riverside, Calif 200.00 

Guy Vander Jagt Margaret Stegeman Maentz Holland, Mich 50.00 

Do ... University Park Professional Muskegon, Mich 140.00 

Charles A. Vanik Hilltop Management Co Lynhurst. Ohio 200.00 

Joseph P. Vigorito Dr. D. L. Ekker Sharon, Pa 150.00 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr John Doles, Jr Plain Dealing, La 100.00 

Jerome R. Waldie Howard E. Kern. Richmond, Calif 190.00 

William C. Wampler Jim Dougherty Bristol, Tenn 150.00 

Albert W. Watson M. B. Ott Orangeburg, S.C 60.00 

Lowell P. Weicker, Jr Werner V. Jensen Stamford, Conn 200.00 

J. Irving Whalley Allegheny Sales Co ... Windber. Pa 100.00 

Jamie L. Whitten Will A. Hickman. Oxford, Miss 125.00 

Charles E. Wiggins Crown Savings & Loan Associa- El Monte. Calif 200.00 

tion. 

Lawrence G. Williams Township of Springfield Springfield, Pa 200.00 

Charles H. Wilson Janet C. Medina Los Angeles, Calif 150.00 

John Wold Pacific Western Life Insurance Casper, Wyo 165.00 

Co. 

Lester L. Wolff Albert Kimball & Michael Port Washington, N.Y 200.00 

Salomone. 

Wendell Wyatt Minthorn Properties Milwaukie, Oreg 150.00 

John W. Wydler Homeway Realty Corp Mineola, N.Y 200.00 

GusYatron Colonial Berk Real Estate Co.. . Reading, Pa 100.00 

Clement J. Zablocki Leona Wozinski Milwaukee, Wis... 150.00 

Roger H. Zion Harvey K. Ramsey Vincennes, Ind 80.00 

5 3024 William A. Barrett Michael J. Kane Philadelphia, Pa 400.00 

(Sept.-Oct.) 

3025 Craig Hosmer William Walters Co Long Beach. Calif 165.00 

9 3093 John N. Erlenborn... Andrew McNally Whealon. Ill 125.00 

3094 Do Town & Country Realtors Joliet, III 75.00 

3095 Frank Thompson, Jr Levy, Levy, Albert & Marcus Trenton, N.J 177.50 

10 3119 Daniel J. Flood Harry J. Goeringer & Sons Wilkes- Barre, Pa... 250.00 

(July-Aug.) 

3120 William B. Widnall Joseph Dobias Paramus, N.J 100.00 

Members' district office rentals for November 1970: 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 

Dec. 1 3440 Watkins M. Abbitt Great Bridge Developers Chesapeake, Va $120.00 

Do George Abbitt, Jr Appomattox, Va 75.00 

E.Ross Adair Fort Wayne Bank Bldg., Inc Tulsa, Okla 200.00 

Joseph P. Addabbo Louis DeSena & C. Benedict Ozone Park, N.Y 100.00 

Mauro. 

Bill Alexander.. Arkansas State University Arkansas State University. 200.00 

Ark. 

Glenn M. Anderson . Pacific Trade Center Los Angeles, Calif 200.00 

John B. Anderson Rock River Savings Rockford, III 160.00 

George W. Andrews Mabel Finlayson Union Springs, Ala 150.00 

John M. Ashbrook Sam & Abe Brenner Wooster. Ohio 100.00 

Do... Ashland Progress, Inc Ashland, Ohio 110.00 

William H. Ayres .... ... Krumroy Realty Co Akron, Ohio 100.00 

E.Y.Berry Bank Realty Co Rapid City, S. Dak 100.00 

Do . Johnson Bldg Mitchell, S. Dak 100. 00 

Jackson E. Betts Betty M. Drake Findlay, Ohio 60.00 

Do.._ . Mid-Ohio Bldg. Corp Mansfield, Ohio 62.50 

Mario Biaggi. Shalimar Restaurant, Inc Bronx, N.Y 200.00 

Edward G. Blester, Jr. M. & M. Holding Co Levittown, Pa.. 100.00 

Jonathan B. Bingham. Libtul Realty Co., Inc Bronx, N.Y 200.00 

Ray Blanton.. David Harrison. Jr., d.b. a. Memphis, Tenn 200.00 

Branchdale Bldg. 



242 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for November 1970— Continued 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 
1970 

Dec. 1 3440 Frank T. Bow Li nbeck Enterprises, I nc Canton, Ohio $200.00 

John Brademas Mort Linder & Associates South Bend, I nd 200.00 

Frank J. Brasco Brasco, Scholnick & Verini New York, N.Y 200.00 

William G. Bray Forum Realty Corp... Indianapolis, Ind 200.00 

W. E. (Bill) Brock P.T.Love Athens, Tenn 190.00 

Wm. S. Broomfield Romeo Gadoua Clawson, Mich 175.00 

Clarence J. Brown Office Centers, I nc Marion, Ohio 100.00 

Garry Brown Kenneth H. Krum Vicksburg, Mich. 100.00 

George E. Brown, Jr David Ramirez Pico Rivera, Calif 200.00 

James T. Broyhill Commercial Real Estate & Gastonia, N.C 70.00 

Investment Co. 

Do Triplett Realty Co Lenoir, N.C 120.00 

Joel T. Broyhill Virginia Mortage Investment Arlington, Va 200.00 

Co., Inc. 

J. Herbert Burke A. Gray Boylston Fort Lauderdale, Fla 165.00 

Laurence J. Burton V. Grant Jacobsen Provo, Utah _. 135.00 

Daniel E. Button Manuel Rockwood Sarasota, Fla 200.00 

James A. Byrne Smith-Devine Real Estate Philadelphia. Pa 100.00 

Hugh L.Carey Clavin Real Estate Brooklyn, N.Y 200.00 

Tim Lee Carter Edwin Roberts Somerset, Ky 100.00 

Elford A. Cederberg Walter G. Nakkula Gladwin, Mich 65.00 

Bill Chapped, Jr. Edgar & Margaret M. Dunn, Jr.. Daytona Beach, Fla.. 200.00 

Shirley Chisholm Otto G. Moses.... Brooklyn. N.Y. 185.00 

Don H. Clausen Eureka Inn Eureka. Calif 80.00 

Do. Trust of Will of Max Rosenberg. . Santa Rosa, Calif 120. 00 

Del Clawson Shumway & Gasdia Downey, Calif 160.00 

William (Bill) Clay Richard Anderson, d.b.a. St. Louis, Mo 200.00 

P.O.R., Inc. 

James C. Cleveland J. W. Simoneau Son Realty Nashua, N.H 175.00 

Corp. 

Harold R. Collier JohnStorcel North Riverside, III 150.00 

James M. Collins Norman G. Christy Irving, Tex 200.00 

William M. Colmer Lex Terrae, I nc Pascagoula. Miss 75. 00 

Silvio O. Conte 7 North St. Realty Trust Pittsfield, Mass 96.00 

James C. Corman. Victory Professional Bldg Van Nuys, Calif 100.00 

Do AbeVickter Sherman Oaks, Calif 100.00 

R. Lawrence Coughlin Chrispaul Corp Norristown, Pa 200.00 

William O. Cowger Goodman & Hambleton Louisville, Ky 134.00 

Philip M. Crane First National Bank of Mt. Mt. Prospect, III 200.00 

Prospect. 

Glenn R. Davis... Village Professional Bldg Wauwatosa, Wis... 200.00 

Eligio de la Garza Quinco, Inc McAllen, Tex 100.00 

James J. Delaney Charles W. Schaefer Jackson Heights, N.Y 150.00 

John Dellenback Cascade Offices Co. Eugene, Oreg. 165.00 

Robert V. Denney Veterans Building Corp Lincoln, Nebr 200.00 

David W. Dennis Westcott Hotel Richmond, Ind 100.00 

William L. Dickinson J. F. Dusenbury Bay Minette, Ala 200.00 

Charles C. Diggs, Jr Burton W. London Detroit, Mich 150.00 

Do Clarence C. Gary. .do 50.00 

John D. Dingell Mid-Wayne Corp.. Dearborn, Mich 200.00 

John Dowdy. W. C. McGuffey, Jr Athens, Tex.. 140.00 

Thomas N. Downing Harrison & Lear _. Hampton, Va.. 175.00 

John J. Duncan Mrs. Lynn Sheeley, Sr Morristown, Tenn 200.00 

Florence P. Dwyer Morvel Realty Co., Inc... Plainfield, N.J 200.00 

Don Edwards Pacific Property Management Co. San Jose, Calif 200.00 

Edwin W. Edwards Lloyd Andrus _. Opelousas, La 150.00 

Jack Edwards Jansen Chapman Grove Hill, Ala 90.00 

Joshua Eilberg First Federal Savings & Loan Philadelphia, Pa. 200.00 

Assn. 

Marvin L Esch Wendell W. Hobbs... _. Ann Arbor, Mich 175.00 

Do Cunningham Drug Stores, Inc... Detroit, Mich.. 25.00 

Leonard Farbstein Walter Scott Co., Inc. New York. N.Y 200.00 

Paul Findley.. Western Catholic Union Quincy, III 120.00 

Hamilton Fish, Jr Harry Lefever.. Kingston, N.Y 75.00 

Do H. W. Guernsey Realtors Poughkeepsie, N.Y 150.00 

O.C.Fisher South Texas Corp. San Antonio. Tex 132.50 

John J. Flynt, Jr E.G.Harper.. Griffin. Ga 100.00 

Gerald R. Ford Pipp, Inc Fort Lauderdale, Fla 110.00 

William D. Ford William Siemasz Taylor, Mich 200.00 

Ed Foreman First National Bank Bldg Las Cruces, N. Mex 200.00 

Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen. Treasurer of Morris County Morristown, N.J 200.00 

Louis Frey, Jr C. Sweet Smith, J r Cocoa, Fla 83.33 

Do Koger Properties, Inc Orlando, Fla 116.67 

Cornelius E. Gallagher Peter Arbes Elizabeth, N.J 87.50 

Joseph M. Gaydos McKeesport National Bank McKeesport, Pa 200.00 

Sam Gibbons Hillsboro Bank Plant City, Fla 180.00 

Jacob H.Gilbert ..... 700 Lydig Realty Corp New York, N.Y. 100.00 

Do.. Irving Byron Associates Bronx, N.Y 100.00 

Barry M.Goldwater, Jr.... North Hollywood Savings & North Hollywood, Calif 200.00 

Loan. 



243 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for November 1970— Continued 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 

Dec 1 3440 Kenneth J. Gray.... . ... Catherine Kuca W. Frankfort, III $200.00 

Charles H. Griffin Deposit Guaranty National Bank Jackson, Miss. 200.00 

Martha W. Griffiths . Harold M. Shapero Detroit, Mich 100.00 

H. R. Gross Holiday Inn Waterloo, Iowa 150.00 

James R.Grover.Jr . Francis B. Garvey West Islip, N.Y 200.00 

Charles S. Gubser Palo Alto Town & Country Palo Alto, Calif 200.00 

Village, Inc. 

Gilbert Gude W. H. Hildebrandt Assn., Inc.. .. Wheaton, Md 150.00 

Do Robert P. Long Associates, Inc.. Columbia, Md 50.00 

JamesA. Haley D. H. Sloan, Jr Lakeland, Fla 100.00 

Do .. Egbert T.Smith Enterprises, Inc. Fort Myers, Fla 100.00 

Durward G. Hall . . . Dillon Investment Co Springfield, Mo 200.00 

Seymour Halpern G.L.G. Associates Jamaica, N.Y 200.00 

James M. Hanley Loew's Theatres Clearing Corp.. New York, N.Y. _ 125.00 

Richard T. Hanna California Federal Savings & Anaheim, Calif 200.00 

Loan Assn. 

Orval Hansen . Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co Twin Falls, Idaho 50.00 

Do First Security Bank of Idaho Idaho Falls, Idaho 117.00 

William H.Harsha. Batavia Professional Bid? Batavia, Ohio 140.00 

James Harvey CMP Realty Co Saginaw, Mich.. 190.00 

James F. Hastings Allegany Estates Corp Allegany, N.Y 145.00 

William D. Hathaway Canal National Bank Portland, Maine.. 200.00 

Augustus F. Hawkins Broadway Manchester Bldg. Los Angeles, Calif 200.00 

Corp. 

Wayne L.Hays Frank M. Huff Flushing, Ohio 200.00 

Ken Hechler Mid-Town Real Estate Co Parkersburg, W. Va 200.00 

Margaret M. Heckler One Washington Street Co Wellesley Hills, Mass 200.00 

Henry Helstoski Rutherford East, I nc Wallington, N.J 200.00 

Floyd V. Hicks Fanning Starkey Co Tacoma, Wash 200.00 

Lawrence J. Hogan Iverson Mall Joint Venture Hillcrest Heights, Md 200.00 

ChetHolifield Home Savings & Loan Assn Pico Rivera, Calif 192.00 

John E. Hunt One Fourteen Corp Camden, N.J 100 -22 

Do Robert Boakes Woodbury, N.J. 100.00 

Richard H. [chord Houston Realty Investment Co.. Houston, Mo 100.00 

Do Jerome Wallach St. Louis, Mo 100.00 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr Indiana National Bank Indianapolis, Ind 200.00 

Ed Jones Morton & Turnipseed Memphis, Tenn 100. 00 

Walter B. Jones J. I. Morgan Estate Farmville, NX 125.00 

Robert W. Kastenmeier. . . Buklor, I nc Watertown, Wis 75. 00 

Abraham Kazen, Jr Tower Life Bldg San Antonio, Tex 200. 00 

Hastings Keith... Mace Bldg Norwell, Mass 175 -22 

Carleton, J. King J. P. McGirr Co., Inc Saratoga Springs, N.Y 150.00 

John C. Kluczynski Joseph Harnik Chicago, III 150 -22 

Peter N. Kyros Knox Broadcasting, Inc Rockland, Maine 200.00 

Earl F. Landgrebe Ronald D. Jacobson Valparaiso, Ind.. 200.00 

Delbert L. Latta Bank of Wood County Bowling Green, Ohio 84.00 

Robert L. Leggett Tennessee St. Professional. Vallejo, Calif.. 200.00 

Center. 

Alton Lennon Peoples Savings & Loan Assn... Wilmington, N.C }ic'22 

Speedy O. Long... Jena Insurance Agency, Inc Jena, La -- 125. 00 

Allard K. Lowenstein Yorkmer Realty Corp Oceanside, N.Y 200. 00 

Manuel Lujan, Jr T.N.Fidel Albuquerque, N. Mex 100.00 

Donald E. Lukens Town & Country Development.. Middletown, Ohio 200.00 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr ... Borel Estate Co San Mateo, Calif 200. 00 

James A. McClure Simplot Realty Corp Boise, Idaho ,9-22 

Joseph M. McDade Northeastern Pennsylvania Scranton, Pa 175.00 

National Bank & Trust Co. 

Jack H. McDonald . Farmington Holding Co Farmington, Mich 200. 00 

Robert C. McEwen Ogdensburg Trust Co Ogdensburg, N.Y 12222 

JohnJ.McFall John Burnett Manteca, Calif 200. 00 

Martin B. McKneally NewCityCo... New York, N.Y 90.42 

John L McMillan Robert N. Richardson Conway, S.C 12 5'22 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.. Sojac Corp .... Visalia, Calif 190. 00 

Spark M. Matsunaga .. Kuhio Auto Repair, Inc Honolulu, Hawaii «2 - 22 

Catherine May. Mercy & Sons. Inc... Yakima, Wash 2 22"22 

John Melcher... Rocky Mountain Fire & Gas Co . Seattle, Wash ,?222 

Thomas J. Meskill. ... City Hall Commission New Britain, Conn 150. 00 

Robert H. Michel. First National Bank of Peoria... Peoria, III.. 200. OU 

AbnerJ. Mikva Albert Lencioni Chicago, III }f 2' 22 

George P. Miller... Alameda Times Star Alameda, Calif J60. 00 

Joseph G. Minish . Harry A. Johnson West Orange, N.J 150.00 

Patsy T. Mink. Kenji Tokuno ....... Aiea. Hawaii ..... . !22'nn 

Chester L. Mize Merchants National Bank Topeka, Kans. „cn2 

F. Bradford Morse Mallen Realty Trust Lawrence, Mass 95. OU 

Do Lowell Sun Realty Co Lowell, Mass 104. 00 

Rogers C. B. Morton Loyola Federal Savings & Loan Easton, Md 200.00 

Association. 

Charles A. Mosher Alfred & Jean J. Porkolab Lorain, Ohio ,2- 22 

John T.Myers W. W. Stogsdill Bloomington, Ind 35.00 



244 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Members' district office rentals for November 1970— Continued 



1970 
Dec. 1 



3440 



Congressman 



Lessor 



Lessor's address 



William H. Natcher Rufus Brandenburg Elizabethtown, Ky 

Lucien N. Nedzi William Parker Detroit, Mich 

Ancher Nelsen Citizens Bank Hutchinson, Minn 

Robert N. C. Nix Equitable Realty Corp Philadelphia, Pa 

James G. O'Hara __ William Ross & John B. Bruff... Mt. demons, Mich 

Alvin E. O'Konski... Northland Television, I nc Rhinelander, Wis 

Arnold Olsen Leif Erickson Helena, Mont 

Do Law Buildings, Inc Butte, Mont 

Maston O'Neal Conger & Conger Bainbridge, Ga 

Richard L. Ottinger Six En Realty, Inc Brewster, N.Y 

Otto E. Passman Ouachita National Bank... Monroe, La 

Jerry L. Pettis E. & W. Professional Building. .. Ontario, Calif 

Do California Hotel San Bernardino, Calif.. 

Philip J. Philbin Gordons Realty, Inc Waltham, Mass 

Alexander Pirnie Hahn Real Estate Inc Utica, N.Y 

Bertram L. Podell NatChanelis Brooklyn, N.Y 

Howard W. Pollock.. Jack White Real Estate Anchorage, Alaska 

Insurance Co. 

Adam C. Powell Duncan Holding Corp New York, N.Y 

Do Alfred I saacs Club of Democrats. __ do. 

Roman C. Pucinski S.J.M. Building Corp.. _. Chicago, III 

Graham Purcell Preston Tower Dallas, Tex 

Albert H. Quie Fred W. Schuster Rochester, Minn 

Wm. J. Randall Welty Bros. Auctioneers, Inc Nevada, Mo 

Thomas M. Rees William Horowitz Los Angeles, Calif 

Charlotte T. Reid. Roeder Building Corp Aurora, III 

Ogden R. Reid Ahrle Properties White Plains, N.Y 

Ben Reifel F. W. Hatterscheidt & Co Aberdeen, S. Dak 

Do Northwestern National Bank of Sioux Falls, S. Dak 

Sioux Falls. 

HenryS. Reuss Irvin B. Charne Milwaukee, Wis. 

Donald W. Riegle, Jr Whaley Memorial Foundation Flint, Mich 

Paul G. Rogers Keyes Management Co West Palm Beach, Fla_. 

Fred B. Rooney Rose Kokot... Bethlehem, Pa.. 

Dan Rostenkowski Leonard L. Levin Chicago, III.. 

John H. Rousselot F. G. & H. J. Kennedy Arcadia, Calif 

Earl B. Ruth Home Savings & Loan Assn Salisbury, N.C 

William F. Ryan 1145 Fox St. Corp New York, N.Y 

Charles W. Sandman, Jr.. Matthew Aaron Bridgeton, N.J 

Do Salvatore & Rose Consalvo, Sr _. Atlantic City, N.J 

James H. Scheuer Panoff & Grill. Bronx, N.Y 

John G. Schmitz Campus Development Co Newport Beach, Calif.. 

Herman T. Schneebeli Fidelity National Bank of Williamsport, Pa 

Pennsylvania. 

Fred Schwengel Union Bldg. Co Davenport, Iowa 

Keith G. Sebelius Hays Bancorp Hays, Kans... 

Do Richard D. Boyd Norton, Kahs 

George E.Shipley Albert & Lela Smith Olney, III 

Garner E. Shriver Eight-Thirty, Inc Wichita, Kans 

JoeSkubitz Robert B. Lambert Independence, Kans. . 

Do Roy R. Robe Emporia, Kans 

Henry P. Smith III Niagara Mohawk Power Corp... North Tonawanda, N.Y. 

Neal Smith Insurance Exchange Bldg Des Moines, Iowa 

M. G. (Gene)Snyder Bryson Land Co., Inc St. Matthews, Ky 

William L. Springer Champaign National Bank Champaign, III 

Robert T. Stafford Arthur E. Crowley & Earle Rutland, Vt 

Bishop. 

J. William Stanton Coral Ridge Bldg., Co Painesville, Ohio 

Tom Steed. Masonic Temple Assn Shawnee, Okla 

Do George & Olvna M. Faubion, Jr.. Norman, Okla 

Robert G. Stephens, Jr Southern Mutual Insurance Co.. Athens, Ga 

Louis Stokes Henry J. Matt Cleveland, Ohio.. 

Frank A. Stubblefield Professional Bldg Murray, Ky 

W. S. (Bill) Stuckey, Jr Stuckey Development Corp Eastman, Ga 

James W. Symington Sidney M. Studt St. Louis, Mo 

Roy A. Taylor Davis & Davis Realty Co., Inc.. Charlotte, N.C 

Charles M. Teague American Amusement Co Ventura, Calif 

Vernon W. Thomson Farmers & Merchants Bank Richland Center, Wis. . 

Robert 0. Tiernan Samuel Nardone & Co Westerly, R.I 

John V. Tunney Mission Inn Riverside, Calif 

Guy Vander Jagt George Bera Grand Rapids, Mich 

Do University Park Professional Muskegon, Mich 

Bldg. 

Charles A. Vanik Hilltop Management Co Lynhurst, Ohio 

Joseph P. Vigorito Dr. D. L. Ekker _. Sharon, Pa 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr John Doles, Jr Plain Dealing, La 

Jerome R. Waldie Howard E. Kern. Richmond, Calif 

William C. Wampler Jim Dougherty Bristol, Tenn 

Albert W. Watson M. B. Ott Orangeburg, S.C 



$105.00 
120.00 
120.00 
150.00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
100. 00 
100. 00 
100. 00 
100. 00 
150.00 
60.00 
140.00 
200. 00 
100. 00 
200. 00 
200. 00 

110.00 

90.00 

200. 00 

200. 00 

138. 00 

20.00 

200. 00 

175. 00 

200. 00 

47.00 

53.00 

200. 00 
200. 00 

159. 00 
175. 00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
112.00 

160. 00 
50.00 

150.00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
163.75 

160. 00 
100.00 

35.00 
200.00 
200. 00 

90.00 

50.00 
140.00 
195. 00 
130. 00 
200. 00 

75.00 

200. 00 
85.00 
100. 00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
100. 00 
200. 00 
200.00 
200. 00 
100. 00 
75.00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
50.00 
140. 00 

200. 00 
150.00 
100. 
190. 00 
150.00 
60.00 



245 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for November 1970— Continued 

Congressman Lessor Lessor's address 

1970 

Dec. 1 3440 Lowell P. Weicker, Jr Werner V. Jensen Stamford, Conn $200.00 

J. Irving Whalley Allegheny Sales Co Windber, Pa 100.00 

Jamie L. Whitten Will A. Hickman .. Oxford, Miss 125.00 

Charles E. Wiggins Crown Savings & Loan Assn El Monte, Calif . 200.00 

Lawrence G. Williams Township of Springfield Springfield, Pa 200.00 

Charles H. Wilson ... Janet C. Medina Los Angeles, Calif 150.00 

JohnWold Pacific Western Life Insurance Casper, Wyo.. 165.00 

Co. 

Lester L. Wolff Albert Kimball & Michael Port Washington, N.Y.. 200.00 

Salomone. 

Wendell Wyatt Minthorn Properties Milwaukie, Oreg. 150.00 

John W. Wydler.. Homeway Realty Corp Mineola, N.Y... . 200.00 

Gus Yatron .. Colonial Berk Real Estate Co... . Reading, Pa.. 100.00 

Clement J. Zablocki Leona WozinskL Milwaukee, Wis . 150.00 

Roger H. Zion Harvey K. Ramsey Vincennes, Ind 80. 00 

3 3519 John H. Dent Law & Finance Bldg. Greensburg. Pa 210.00 

(Oct. 1970) 

3520 Albert W.Johnson ... ... Hamlin Bank & Trust Co Smethport, Pa._ 35.00 

(Oct. 1970) 

8 3553 Frank Thompson, Jr Levy, Levy, Albert & Marcus. . Trenton, N.J 177.50 

10 3663 John H. Dent . Law & Finance Bldg Greensburg, Pa 210.00 

3664 Craig Hosmer William Walters Co_ Long Beach, Calif 165.00 

3665 Albert W.Johnson... Hamlin Bank & Trust Co Smethport, Pa 35.00 

3666 William B. Widnall Joseph Dobias Paramus, N.J _. 100.00 

17 3821 John N. Erlenborn Andrew McNally Wheaton, III 125.00 

3822 Do Town & Country Realtors Joliet, III 75.00 

3823 Daniel J. Flood Harry J. Goeringer & Sons Wilkes-Barre, Pa 250.00 

(Sept.-Oct.) 

Refund of prior period from Congressman E. Ross. Adair (100. 00) 



Total paid from 1971 appropriations 192,450.22 

Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
June 30, 1970: 

Congressman 
1970 

July 1 2 William R. Anderson 300.00 

John M. Ashbrook _. 300.00 

Wayne N. Aspinall 300.00 

Walters. Baring 300.00 

Alphonzo Bell 300.00 

Edward G. Biester.Jr 300.00 

Jonathan B. Bingham 300.00 

Laurence J. Burton 300.00 

Phillip Burton 300.00 

Elford A.Cederberg __ 300.00 

Charles E. Chamberlain 300.00 

Frank M. Clark... 300.00 

Harold R.Collier 300.00 

Lawrence Coughlin 300. 00 

Emilio Q. Daddario 300.00 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn 300.00 

Bob Eckhardt... 300.00 

Ed Edmondson 300.00 

Don Edwards. 300.00 

Jack Edwards - 300.00 

Frank E. Evans.. 300.00 

Walter Flowers .- 300.00 

Barry M. Goldwater, Jr 300.00 

Edith Green 300.00 

Seymour Halpern 300.00 

Julia Butler Hansen 300.00 

William D. Hathaway 300.00 

Chet Holifield 300.00 

Edward Hutchinson 300.00 

Lloyd Meeds 300.00 

George P. Miller 300.00 

Patsy T. Mink - 300.00 

John E. Moss - 300.00 

William H. Natcher 300.00 

Robert N. C. Nix - 300.00 

Maston O'Neal - 300.00 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr - 300.00 

Otto E. Passman - 300.00 

Wright Patman 300.00 

Alexander Pi rnie (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1970) _ 300.00 

Alexander Pirnie 300.00 



246 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
June 30, 1970— Continued 

Congressman 
1970 

July 1 2 W.R.Poage $300.00 

Richard H. Poff.. _ 300.00 

Robert A. Roe... 300.00 

Fred B. Rooney 300.00 

Dorothy H.St. Onge (Executrix) (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

Dorothy H.St. Onge (Executrix).. _ 300.00 

John P. Saylor (quarterly periods ending Sept. 30, and Dec. 31, 1969; Mar. 31, and 

June 30, 1970) 1,200.00 

John M. Slack _. _. 300.00 

Neal Smith 300.00 

M. G. (Gene) Snyder 300.00 

William B. Widnall _ _. 300.00 

Bob Wilson __ 300.00 

Larry Winn, Jr. _ 300.00 

John W. Wydler _ _ _ 300.00 

10 James C. Corman _ _ 300.00 

11 Joseph P. Addabbo _ 300.00 

Bill Alexander _ 300.00 

Glenn M. Anderson 300.00 

William H Ayres 300.00 

Richard Boiling 300.00 

Frank T. Bow... 300.00 

William G. Bray.. 300.00 

WilliamS. Broomfield 300.00 

John Buchanan 300.00 

Omar Burleson 300.00 

James A. Byrne 300.00 

Patrick T. Caffery 300.00 

James C. Cleveland 300.00 

John Conyers, Jr 300.00 

Glenn Cunningham 300. 00 

W. C. (Dan) Daniel 300.00 

William L. Dawson _ _ ._ 300.00 

William L. Dickinson 300.00 

Thomas N. Downing 300.00 

Thaddeus J. Dulski (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1969) 1 50. 00 

ThaddeusJ. Dulski 150.00 

Florence P. Dwyer... 300.00 

Marvin L. Esch 300.00 

George H. Fallon 300.00 

LeeH. Hamilton 300.00 

James Harvey.. _ 300.00 

Augustus F. Hawkins. _ __ 300.00 

W. R. Hull, Jr 300.00 

Abraham Kazen, Jr _. 300.00 

John C. Kluczynski. _ __ 300.00 

Odin Langen ._ 300.00 

Robert L. Leggett __ _ 300.00 

Alton Lennon __ _ 300.00 

Martin B. McKneally 300.00 

Torbert H. Macdonald 300.00 

Clark MacGregor.. _ 300.00 

James R. Mann _ 300.00 

Thomas J. Meskill 300.00 

Wilbur D. Mills _ 300.00 

G. V.(Sonny) Montgomery 300.00 

F. Bradford Morse 300.00 

Charles A. Mosher _ _. 300.00 

William T. Murphy ._ _ 300.00 

James G. O'Hara _ 300.00 

J.J. Pickle 300.00 

Melvin Price . 300.00 

David Pryor 300.00 

Graham Purcell _. 300.00 

John R. Rarick. _ _. 300.00 

Thomas M. Rees 300.00 

Peter W. Rodino, Jr 300.00 

Benjamin S. Rosenthal 300.00 

Dan Rostenkowski 300.00 

Earl B. Ruth 300.00 

Charles W. Sandman, Jr 300.00 

David E. Satterfield III 300.00 

William J. Scherle. _ 300.00 

FredSchwengel... . 300.00 

Tom Steed 300.00 

Frank A. Stubblefield 300.00 

Charles M. Teague... 300.00 

Frank Thompson, Jr. (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300. 00 



247 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date 



No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1970 

July 1 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
June 30, 1970 Continued 

Congressman 

11 Frank Thompson, Jr 

Vernon W. Thomson 

John V. Tunney 

John C. Watts 

G. William Whitehurst 

Lawrence G. Williams 
Wendell Wyatt__ 

Sidney R. Yates _ _ _ _ 

John Young 

63 J.Glenn Beall.Jr 

John A. Blatnik 

Garry Brown 

John W. Byrnes 

Jeffery Cohelan. ... . 

Robert J. Corbett 77! 

David W. Dennis... 

John N. Erlenborn "" 

Leonard Farbstein (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1970). 

Leonard Farbstein... 

Thomas S. Foley 

Cornelius E. Gallagher 

Joseph M. Gaydos ...'.'. 

Robert N. Giaimo 

John Paul Hammerschmidt 

Joseph E. Karth _ 

Michael J. Kirwan __ 

John Melcher 

Clarence E. Miller 

Chester Mize ! 

John J. Rooney """ " 

James W. Symington. 

Lester L. Wolff 7777777777 

66 Thomas G. Abernethy 

George Andrews 

William A. Barrett 

Hale Boggs . 

Edward P. Boland " 

Jack Brinkley.. 

Joel T. Broyhill "~~ " 

Del Clawson 

William 0. Cowger 77 

William C. Cramer. 77 

Dominick V. Daniels (quarterly period ending Dec. 31. 1969)77777777! 

Dominick V. Daniels 

John W. Davis 7777777777777! 

John Dellenback 

Robert V. Denney 77777777777777] 

Edwin W. Edwards 

O. C. Fisher 

John J. Flynt, Jr . " 

Gerald R. Ford 

William D. Ford 777777777 

Donald M. Fraser 

Charles H. Griffin 7! [77777! 77 

* .James F. Hastings 

F. Edward H6bert 

Henry Helstoski 

David N. Henderson _ __ 

William L. Hungate 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr " 

Albert W. Johnson 

Robert E. Jones 

Clarence D. Long " 7 7 

Speedy 0. Long . .. " 

Richard D. McCarthy 

John 0. Marsh, Jr _ 777 

Wiley Mayne 

Robert H. Michel 

William S. Moorhead... _ _ 777777771! 

Thomas E. Morgan 

Alvin E. O'Konski 7 

Arnold Olsen 

Edward J. Patten 7 

Jerry L. Pettis 

Tom Railsback 

Ben ReifeL 

Donald W. Riegle, Jr 

Richard L. Roudebush 



$300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
283.60 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300.00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300.00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 



248 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
June 30, 1970— Continued 



1970 
July 7 



70 
143 



152 



Congressman 

66 Keith G. Sebelius $300.00 

B. F. Sisk ___ __ 300.00 

J. William Stanton,... _ __ 300.00 

William A. Steiger 300.00 

Louis Stokes _ 300.00 

Burt L. Talcott 300.00 

Roy A. Taylor _ _ 300.00 

Lionel Van Deerlin _._ 300.00 

67 Mark Andrews 300.00 

George E. Brown, Jr... 300.00 

Jorge L. C6rdova _ _ _ 300.00 

John D. Dingell.. 300.00 

Edwin D. Eshleman 300.00 

Louis Frey, Jr 300.00 

Kenneth J. Gray 300.00 

Orval Hansen 300.00 

James J. Howard _ 300.00 

Peter N. Kyros - 300.00 

Robert McClory.. 300.00 

Robert H. Mollohan _ _ 300.00 

JohnS. Monagan 300.00 

Thomas M. Pelly 300.00 

Sam Steiger 300.00 

Morris K. Udall _ 300.00 

Guy Vander Jagt 300.00 

Bill Chappell, Jr _.. 300.00 

James A. Burke 300.00 

Barber B. Conable, Jr 300.00 

James M. Hanley _ 300.00 

Dan Kuykendall.... 300.00 

Earl F. Landgrebe (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

Earl F. Landgrebe 300.00 

Catherine May._ 300.00 

Robert Taft, Jr _ 300.00 

G. Robert Watkins 300.00 

Brock Adams 300.00 

E. Y. Berry 300.00 

Tom Bevill 300.00 

John Brademas 300.00 

James T. Broyhill (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

James T. Broyhill 300.00 

Daniel E. Button 300.00 

Emanuel Celler 300.00 

William (Bill) Clay 300.00 

Michael A. Feighan 300.00 

Don Fuqua 300.00 

Nick Galifianakis 300.00 

Sam Gibbons - 300.00 

Lawrence J. Hogan _ _ . . 300. 00 

Harold T.Johnson 300.00 

Charles Raper Jonas 192.28 

Robert W. Kastenmeier 300.00 

Hastings Keith 300.00 

Edward I. Koch 300.00 

Sherman P. Lloyd 300.00 

Joseph M. McDade 300.00 

Spark M. Matsunaga 300.00 

Samuels. Stratton. 300.00 

Al Ullman - - 300.00 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr._. 300.00 

195 Joshua Eilberg (quarterly periods ending Sept. 30, and Dec. 31,1969; Mar. 31, and 1,200.00 
June 30, 1970). 

13 212 Mario Biaggi 300.00 

J. Herbert Burke 300.00 

Bill O. Burlison _ 300.00 

Ed Jones. _. __.. _ _ _ 300.00 

Thomas S. Kleppe 300.00 

James A. McClure 300.00 

Wm. J. Randall.. 300.00 

PaulG. Rogers -- 300.00 

Charles A. Vanik.. 300.00 

Lowell P. Weicker, Jr 300.00 

John Wold 300.00 

Chalmers P. Wylie _ 300.00 

20 357 John N. Happy Camp. _ - 300.00 

Edward J. Derwinski 300.00 

Ed Foreman... _ _ - 300.00 

James R. Grover, Jr 300.00 



249 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
June 30, 1970— Continued 

Congressman 
1970 

July 20 357 James A. Haley _ $300.00 

Richard T. Hanna ---- 300.00 

Michael J. Harrington.... 300.00 

Jack H. McDonald -- 300.00 

WilliamS. Mailliard -. 300.00 

Dave Martin 300.00 

David R. Obey. 300.00 

Adam C. Powell (quarterly periods ending Mar. 31, and June 30, 1970) 600.00 

James H. Quillen 300.00 

Ray Roberts 300.00 

Howard W. Robison 300.00 

Henry C. Schadeberg 300.00 

James H. Scheuer (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

James H. Scheuer 300.00 

Joseph P. Vigorito 300.00 

Jamie L. Whitten 300.00 

358 E. RossAdair - - 300.00 

Carl Albert. 300.00 

George Bush 300.00 

Donald D. Clancy 300.00 

James M. Collins 300.00 

Glenn R. Davis 300.00 

Gilbert Gude. 300.00 

Phil M. Landrum 300.00 

John J. McFall.. 300.00 

Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell 300.00 

OtisG. Pike 300.00 

Charlotte T. Reid 300.00 

Byron G. Rogers (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

Byron G. Rogers 300.00 

William V. Roth 300.00 

George E.Shipley. 300.00 

William L. Springer 300.00 

Leonor K.Sullivan 300.00 

Jim Wright 300.00 

Clement J. Zablocki 300.00 

23 463 Jack Brooks 300.00 

28 509 Charles E. Bennett 300.00 

Ben B. Blackburn 300.00 

Frank J. Brasco 300.00 

Clarence J. Brown.. 300.00 

Bob Casey 300.00 

John C. Culver 300.00 

James J. Delaney (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1970). 300.00 

James J. Delaney 300.00 

Charles C.Diggs, Jr — - 300.00 

Hamilton Fish, Jr 300.00 

Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen - 300.00 

George A. Goodling 300.00 

William J. Green 300.00 

Wayne L. Hays - -- 300.00 

Margaret M. Heckler... 300.00 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr 300.00 

Robert C. McEwen (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

Robert C. McEwen 300.00 

John L. McMillan - 300.00 

Abner J. Mikva.... - - 300.00 

John M. Murphy. 300.00 

John J. Rhodes _ 300.00 

Fernand J.St Germain 300.00 

Herman T. Schneebeli 300.00 

Garner E. Shriver 300.00 

Robert G. Stephens. Jr.. -- 300.00 

Albert W. Watson — - 300.00 

Richard C.White.... -- 300.00 

Aug. 10 873 John B. Anderson.... 300. 00 

Fran k Annu nzio. 300. 00 

Ray Blanton _ - - 300.00 

Hugh L. Carey (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

Hugh L.Carey — 300.00 

Don H. Clausen (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1970)... 300.00 

Don H.Clausen -- 300.00 

Silvio 0. Conte (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

Silvio O.Conte 300.00 

Paul Findley.. 300.00 

Samuel N. Friedel. -- 300.00 

James G.Fulton 300.00 

Henry B. Gonzalez 300.00 



250 

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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amoun 

Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
June 30, 1970— Continued 

Congressman 
1970 

Aug. 10 873 Frank Horton - -... $300.00 

John E.Hunt 300.00 

Walter B.Jones 300.00 

Ray J. Madden __ 300.00 

Albert H.Quie.. 300.00 

Henry P.Smith III (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1970) 111.21 

Henry P. Smith III. 101.96 

William C. Wampler 300.00 

Charles H.Wilson 300.00 

11 934 Edward A. Garmatz 300.00 

TomS. Gettys 300.00 

Jacob H. Gilbert.... 300.00 

James Kee (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

James Kee _ 300.00 

Howard W. Pollock 300.00 

Ogden R. Reid — - 300.00 

936 Charles S. Gubser 300.00 

20 1075 Page Belcher. - 300.00 

Donald G. Brotzman (quarterly period ending Dec. 31, 1969)..- 300.00 

Donald G. Brotzman (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

Donald G. Brotzman 300.00 

Tim Lee Carter (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

Tim Lee Carter - 300.00 

Shirley Chisholm _. 300.00 

John Dowdy _ - 300.00 

Martha W. Griffiths 300.00 

Delbert L Latta ___ — . 300.00 

Donald E. Lukens.. 263.33 

Philip J. Philbin (quarterly periods ending Mar. 31, and June 30, 1970) 600.00 

William F. Ryan (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

William F. Ryan ~ 300.00 

William Lloyd Scott 300.00 

Jerome R. Waldie.. - 300.00 

Charles E. Wiggins (quarterly period ending June 30, 1969) 300.00 

Charles E. Wiggins (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1969) 300.00 

Charles E. Wiggins (quarterly period ending Dec. 31, 1969)... 300.00 

Charles E. Wiggins (quarterly period ending Mar. 31,1970) _ 300.00 

Charles E. Wiggins 300.00 

1078 Robert B. (Bob) Mathias _ 300.00 

Rogers C. B. Morton 300.00 

Philip J. Philbin (quarterly periods ending Mar. 31, June 30, Sept. 30, and Dec. 31, 1, 200. 00 
1969). 

Richardson Preyer 300.00 

GusYatron.... — 300.00 

Sept. 3 1564 Samuel L. Devine 300.00 

Floyd V. Hicks.. ._ 300.00 

John Jarman 300.00 

John H. Rousselot 300.00 

8 1584 W. S. (Bill) Stuckey, Jr 300.00 

18 1698 John J. Duncan 300.00 

Durward G. Hall (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1970).. 300.00 

Durward G. Hall _ 300.00 

John T. Myers (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

John T. Myers 300.00 

Richard H. Ichord 300.00 

Roberto. Tiernan.. 300.00 

Louis C. Wyman.... 300.00 

Earle Cabell.... _ 300.00 

Robert D. Price 300.00 

Richard L. Ottinger _ 300.00 

Dante B. Fascell 300.00 

HenryS. Reuss (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

Henry S. Reuss 300.00 

David W. Dennis (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1970). 300.00 

JoeSkubitz .— 300.00 

Philip M. Crane (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1970).. 300.00 

Philip M. Crane _ _ 300.00 

Craig Hosmer.. 300.00 

19 2549 William E. Minshall (quarterly period ending Mar. 31,1970) 300.00 

William E. Minshall. 300.00 

Edward R. Roybal.. 300.00 

20 2597 John H. Dent _ 300.00 

Nov. 4 2982 L. H. Fountain (quarterly periods ending Dec. 31, 1969, Mar. 31 and June 30, 1970). . 900. 00 

Roger H.Zion.... __ 300.00 

2 2926 Carleton J. King _ 300.00 



24 


1835 


Oct. 7 


2165 


8 


2266 


13 

14 


2369 
2370 
2431 



251 

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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period einding 
June 30, 1970— Continued 

Congressman 
1970 

Dec. 3 3521 Bill Nichols $300.00 

10 3667 Daniel J. Flood (quarterly periods ending Mar. 31 and June 30, 1970) 600.00 

21 3877 Manuel Lujan, Jr. (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

Manuel Lujan, Jr ._ _ 300.00 

J. Irving Whalley (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1970)... 300.00 

J. Irving Whalley 300.00 

30 3983 Watkins M. Abbitt... 300 00 

3984 Jackson E. Betts ".". 57.22 

Adjustments for current period _ (300.00) 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations ... 132,709.60 

Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
Sept. 30, 1970: 

Congressman 

Oct. 1 2043 James C. Corman 300.00 

2044 Julia Butler Hansen _. _ _ 300.00 

2050 William R. Anderson 300.00 

George W. Andrews 300.00 

Wayne N. Aspinall _ " 300.00 

Walters. Baring 300.00 

Edward G. Biester, Jr 300.00 

George E. Brown, Jr_ ~ 300.00 

Laurence J. Burton _ 300.00 

Phillip Burton.... 300.00 

Earle Cabell 300.00 

Hugh L Carey 300.00 

Elford A. Cederberg 300.00 

Charles E. Chamberlain .. 300.00 

Frank M. Clark . 300.00 

Harold R. Collier 300.00 

William M. Colmer 300.00 

W. C. (Dan) Daniel _ 300. 00 

Dominick V. Daniels 300.00 

Charles C. Diggs, J r 300. 00 

Florence P. Dwyer 300.00 

Bob Eckhardt. 300.00 

Marvin L. Esch 300 00 

Barry M. Goldwater, Jr 300.00 

Edith Green . 300.00 

Martha W.Griffiths 300.00 

James R. Grover.Jr 300.00 

Seymour Halpern 300.00 

William D. Hathaway 300.00 

Augustus F. Hawkins 300.00 

Chet Holifield _ _ 300. 00 

Edward Hutchinson _ 300.00 

Walter B. Jones.. 300 00 

Peter N. Kyros __ 300.00 

Odin Langen 300.00 

Robert C. McEwen. _ 300.00 

John L. McMillan _ 300.00 

Lloyd Meeds __ 300.00 

Wilbur D. Mills __ 300.00 

Patsy T. Mink 300.00 

G. V. (Sonny) Montgomery. 300.00 

John E. Moss 300 00 

William H. Natcher _ 300.00 

Alvin E. O'Konski 300.00 

Maston O'Neal 300 00 

Richard L. Ottinger.. 30o!oo 

Otto E. Passman __ _ 300.00 

Edward J. Patten 300 00 

W. R. Poage _ 300.00 

Richard H. Poff 300.00 

Graham Purcell 300 00 

Ogden R. Reid 300.00 

Dan Rostenkowski 300.00 

William J. Scherle 300 00 

B.F.Sisk... 300.00 

John M. Slack... _ 300.00 

NealSmith... 300.00 

M. G. (Gene) Snyder 300.00 



53-476 O— 71 17 



252 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amoun 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
Sept. 30, 1970— Continued 



1970 
Oct 1 205( 


Congressman 
1 Tom Steed.. _. 


_ $300.00 




Samuel S. Stratton 


300.00 




Charles M. Teague 


300. 00 




Lionel Van Deerlin 


300.00 




Jerome R. Waldie _ 


300. 00 




Lowell P. Weicker Jr 


300. 00 




William B. Widnall... 


300. 00 




Lawrence G. Williams _ 


300. 00 




Larry Winn, Jr 


300.00 




John W. Wydler 


300. 00 






300. 00 


6 216C 


1 E. Ross Adair... 


300. 00 






300. 00 




Glenn M. Anderson 


300. 00 




John M. Ashbrook 


300.00 




William A. Barrett 


300.00 




Alphonzo Bell __ ._ .. _. ... 


300.00 




E. Y. Berry 


300. 00 




Tom Bevill 


300.00 




Mario Biaggi. 


300.00 




Hale Boggs. .. 


300. 00 




Richard Boiling 


299. 88 






300. 00 




Wm. S. Broomfield. 


300.00 




Joel T. Broyhill.. 


300.00 




John Buchanan 


300. 00 




Omar Burleson 


300.00 




Bill D. Burlison 


300.00 




Patrick T. Caffery. 


300. 00 




Emanuel Celler 


300. 00 




Donald D. Clancy 


300.00 




Del Clawson 


300.00 




James C. Cleveland 


300. 00 




Jorge L. C6rdova 


300.00 




William 0. Cowger. 


300. 00 




Glenn Cunningham 


300.00 




William L. Dawson.. 


_._ 300.00 




John Dellenback 


300.00 




Robert V. Denney 


300.00 




William L. Dickinson 


300.00 




John D. Dingell 


300. 00 




Edwin W. Edwards 


300.00 




John N. Erlenborn. 


300.00 




Dante B. Fascell 


300.00 




0. C. Fisher... . 


300.00 




Thomas S. Foley 


300.00 




William D. Ford- 


300.00 




Robert N. Giaimo .. 


300. 00 




Charles H. Griffin 


300. 00 




James A. Haley. 


300. 00 




Durwood G. Hall.. 


300. 00 




James M. Hanley _ 


300.00 




Orval Hansen.. 


300.00 




James Harvey ... 


300. 00 




James F. Hastings 


300.00 




F. Edward Hebert.. 


300. 00 




Henry Helstoski 


300.00 






300.00 




W. R. Hull, Jr 


300.00 




William L. Hungate 


300.00 




Richard H. Ichord 


300. 00 




Albert W. Johnson 


_. _ 300.00 






300.00 






. ._ 300.00 






300.00 




Richard D. McCarthy 


300.00 






300.00 




John J. McFall _ _ 


300. 00 




Martin B. McKneally ... 


.. _ 300.00 




Torbert H. Macdonald 


. 300.00 






300. 00 






300. 00 




Spark M. Matsunaga 


300. 00 




Wiley Mayne 


300. 00 






300. 00 




Robert H. Michel ._ _ . ... 


300. 00 




Joseph G. Minish 


300.00 




Thomas E. Morgan 


__ 300.00 




James G. O'Hara.. 


300.00 




Thomas M. Pelly. 


300.00 



253 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



1970 
Oct. 6 



2160 



9 2285 



Amount 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
Sept. 30, 1970— Continued 

Congressman 

J.J. Pickle J300 00 

weivin Price ....:::::::::::::::::::: iK 

Tom Railsback 300 . 00 

T n h h ° n m f s p W. Rees .„ _ _ _._ 3n a o 

John J. Rhodes __ 300 . 00 

a : G B ^ ers — - - 300.00 

FredBRooney 300 . oo 

John J. Rooney inn nn 

Ean b. Ruth... ..:::::::::::::::::: 3 oo oo 

Charles W. Sandman. Jr __ _. ":" 300 ;oo 

* e * h .. G - Sebel.us..... _. _ _ 3 oo.oo 

J William Stanton 3 00 .00 

William A. Steiger 300 00 

Louis stokes :::::;::;;;;;::::::: 300:00 

Frank A. Stubblefield inn nn 

w.s.(Biii)stuckey.jr .yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy 30000 

James W. Symington 300 00 

Roy A. Taylor __ _ 30000 

Vernon W. Thomson __ YYYYYYYY. 300!00 

JohnV.Tunney 300 00 

GuyVanderJagt _ _ 300 .oo 

Charles A. Vanik 300 00 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr " 300 00 

William C. Wampler Won 

John C. Watts .....YY. " 300 00 

G. William Whitehurst 300 00 

i a U li ^ L i^ hitten - yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy 300:00 

J .? h " w . ol . d - ----- - - 300.00 

JimWnght _ 300 n 

Wendell Wyatt " " 300 00 

Clement J. Zablocki _ 30q" 00 

Joseph P. Addabbo _ 300 00 

Bill Alexander _ 30000 

John B. Anderson _ ~ 300 00 

Edward P. Boland Wnn 

wiliiam g. Bray..... ...:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: moo 

.Herbert Burke..... _„ _ 30 o.oo 

Jeffery Cohelan 300 00 

John Conyers, Jr... 30q oo 

R. Lawrence Coughlin _ '__ 300 00 

Glenn R. Davis W nn 

pavid w. Dennis — .-.-::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: moo 

Ed Edmondson ._ 300 o 

Frank E. Evans 30 o 00 

t!? h , ; i, l t0 ?, Fi ! h - l Jr ":::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 300:00 

° ol 'W.. Jr - 300.00 

Gerald R.Ford... 300 o 

LouisFrey.Jr 300 qo 

^ dwar u d . A ^ armatz - yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. 300:00 

W MGaydos _ 3 00 .oo 

?i be u rt S ude u - ----- - - — ----- 300.00 

Lee H. Hamilton 3 00. 00 

Wayne L.Hays.... _ 300 00 

Margaret M. Heckler moo 

Lawrence] Hogan.... YYYYYYYYYYYYYYY " 3000 

Harold T. Johnson 30q oo 

Charles Raper Jonas.. 246 40 

Ed Jones — YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY. 300:00 

"« t,n 8s Kei th ...:.:.:: 300.00 

Thomas SKIeppe 300 .oo 

Edward I. Koch.... _ 300 .09 

Alton Lennon _ ....;. 300 . 00 

Sherman P Lloyd. _. 3 0o .oo 

^ fen" D Long 3 00 . o 

Clark MacGregor _.._ _ 30 0. o 

Dave Martin „ 3 00 .oo 

George P. Miller . 300 00 

?°b, ert H- Moiiohan _ YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY'. 300:00 

F. Bradford Morse . 300O0 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr 30000 

David pryor ."I;:::::::::::::::::: 300:00 

Ben Reifel. 300 00 

Donald W. Riegle, Jr " 30000 

Peter W. Rodino, Jr 300 00 

Benjamin S. Rosenthal 300 00 

John h. Rousseiot YYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY. " 300:00 

John P.Saylor... 300 00 

John G. SchmiU 300 00 

Joeskubitz.... YYYYYYYYYYYYYY. 300.' oo 



254 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amoun 



1970 
Oct. 9 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
Sept. 30, 1970— Continued 

Congressman 

2285 Robert G.Stephens, Jr $300.00 

Leonor K.Sullivan _ __ 300.00 

RobertTaft.Jr 300.00 

BurtL. Talcott.... _. 300.00 

Joseph P. Vigorito 300.00 

Charles E. Wiggins _ 300.00 

Gus Yatron 300.00 

Ed Foreman _ 300.00 

Bill Chappell. Jr 300.00 

James A. Burke 300.00 

James A. Byrne 300.00 

Bob Casey 300.00 

Barber B. Conable, Jr 179.50 

Robert J. Corbett - 290.82 

William C. Cramer. — 300.00 

Philip M.Crane 300.00 

John C. Culver 300.00 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn 300.00 

Don Edwards 300.00 

Charles S. Gubser 300.00 

John Paul Hammerschmidt 300.00 

Michael Harrington 300.00 

Frank Horton 300.00 

Craig Hosmer 300.00 

James Kee — 300.00 

John C. Kluczynski 300.00 

Speedy O. Long 300.00 

Rogers C. B. Morton... 300.00 

Jerry L. Pettis 300.00 

OtisG. Pike 300.00 

Alexander Pirnie 300.00 

Wm. J. Randall 300.00 

John R. Rarick 300.00 

Charlotte T. Reid 300.00 

Howard W. Robison 300.00 

Fred Schwengel 300.00 

George E. Shipley 300.00 

SamSteiger 300.00 

16 2534 Mark Andrews -— 300.00 

William H. Ayres - 300.00 

John Brademas 300.00 

JohnW. Byrnes 300.00 

Jack Edwards. 300.00 

Samuel N. Friedel 300.00 

TomS. Gettys 300.00 

John E.Hunt — - 300.00 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias 300.00 

Catherine May 300.00 

James H. (limmy) Quillen 300.00 

James H.Scheuer 300.00 

AlUllman.... - 300.00 

Sidney R.Yates.. __ - 300.00 

20 2601 Thomas G. Abernethy.... 300.00 

Page Belcher. 300.00 

Ben B. Blackburn.... 300.00 

Clarence J. Brown _ 300.00 

George Bush - 300.00 

John N. Happy Camp. 300.00 

Shirley Chisholm 300.00 

John H.Dent 300.00 

Edward J. Derwinski 300.00 

Edwin D. Eshleman 300.00 

Paul Findley 300.00 

Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen 300.00 

Don Fuqua 300.00 

Henry B. Gonzalez.... ._ 300.00 

David N. Henderson 300.00 

Earl F. Landgrebe.... 300.00 

Phil M. Landrum 300.00 

Delbert L Latta.. _ 300.00 

Robert L. Leggett 300.00 

Joseph M. McDade 300.00 

Ray J. Madden... 300.00 

Clarence E. Miller _ 300.00 

William E. Minshall 300.00 

JohnS. Monagan 300.00 

Charles A. Mosher... 300.00 

William T. Murphy 300.00 

David R. Obey 300.00 



255 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1970 
Oct. 20 2601 



23 2666 



30 2831 



Nov. 4 2978 

5 2984 

10 3101 

12 3130 

16 3171 

19 3231 

23 3285 



24 3304 
Dec. 3 3524 



7 3537 
9 3612 

21 3875 
3912 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
Sept. 30, 1970-Continued 

Congressman 

Richard L. Roudebusti $300. 00 

Edward R. Roybal 300.00 

David E. Satterfield III - 300.00 

Herman T. Schneebeli - 300.00 

William L. Springer - ---- 300.00 

Carl Albert .. 300.00 

Frank Annunzio.. - 300.00 

J. Glenn Bead. Jr 300.00 

John A. Blatnik... ---- 300.00 

Jack Brooks 300.00 

Emilio Q. Daddario - 300.00 

John W. Davis 300.00 

ThaddeusJ. Dulski - 150.00 

Michael A. Feighan 300.00 

Cornelius E. Gallagher._ 300.00 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr 300.00 

JohnJarman 300.00 

Robert W. Kastenmeier .- 300.00 

Donald E. Lukens ---- 300.00 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr - 300.00 

Robert N. C. Nix 300.00 

Fernand J. St Germain 300.00 

Richard C.White 300.00 

WatkinsM. Abbitt 300.00 

William (Bill) Clay 300.00 

George H. Fallon 300.00 

Richard T. Hanna 300.00 

Floyd V. Hicks -- 300.00 

Carleton J. King 300.00 

Dan Kuykendall 300.00 

WilliamS. Mailliard 300.00 

Arnold Olsen — 300.00 

Robert Price 300.00 

Walter Flowers... 300.00 

L. H. Fountain 300.00 

Byron G. Rogers --- 300.00 

Henry C. Schadeberg 300.00 

Albert W. Watson 300.00 

James G. Fulton ---- 300.00 

William J. Green 300.00 

Robert McClory 300.00 

Albert H. Quie 300.00 

Mrs. G. Robert Watkins (Executrix) 300.00 

Roger H.Zion 300.00 

Jonathan B. Bingham - 300.00 

Leonard Farbstein - - 300. 00 

George A. Goodling - - - 300.00 

William Lloyd Scott -- -- 300.00 

WilliamS. Moorhead 300.00 

Bob Wilson , - 300.00 

Silvio O. Conte -— 300.00 

Chester L. Mize - — - 300.00 

John M. Murphy - - -- 300.00 

William V. Roth, Jr 300.00 

Ray Blanton 300.00 

Nick Galifianakis 300.00 

John Melcher - — 300.00 

Daniel E. Button - — --■- 300.00 

James M. Collins - 300.00 

Howard W. Pollock. - -- 300.00 

Richardson Preyer - 300.00 

Charles H.Wilson.. - 300.00 

Garry Brown... '. 300.00 

Sam Gibbons 300.00 

John T.Myers 300.00 

Ray Roberts . . 300.00 

Chalmers P. Wylie - 300.00 

Abner J. Mikva 300.00 

William F. Ryan.. 300.00 

Don H. Clausen 300.00 

Bill Nichols — 300.00 

Wright Patman - 300.00 

Charles E. Bennett -- ---- 300.00 

Frank T. Bow — 300.00 

Frank J. Brasco.... 300.00 

Thomas N. Downing 300.00 

Daniel J. Flood - 300.00 

Jackson E. Betts - 63.46 

Samuel L. Devine 300.00 

Donald M. Fraser — - 300.00 

Jacob H.Gilbert 300.00 



256 

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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amoun 

Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columiba, quarterly period ending 
Sept. 30, 1970— Continued 

Congressman 
1970 

Dec. 22 3918 James T. Broyhill _ $300.00 

Robert L. F. Sikes... 300.00 

Robert O. Tiernan _ 300.00 

Morris K. Udall ._ __. 300.00 

Lester L Wolff _ _ _ 300.00 

Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
Dec. 31, 1970: 

Congressman 

30 3993 Otto E. Passman _ 300.00 

31 4001 Carl Albert... . 300.00 

Joh n B. Anderson _ . _ 300. 00 

William R. Anderson. _. 300.00 

John M. Ashbrook.... _ 300.00 

Wayne N. Aspinall _. 300.00 

Walters. Baring _ 300.00 

William H. Ayres 1 300.00 

Alphonzo Bell 300.00 

Edward G. Biester, Jr 300.00 

Frank J. Brasco 300.00 

William S. Broomfield 300.00 

George E. Brown, Jr 300.00 

James T. Broyhill 300.00 

Tim Lee Carter (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1970) 300.00 

Elford A. Cederberg _ 300.00 

Charles E. Chamberlain.. 300.00 

James C. Cleveland 300.00 

R. Lawrence Coughlin 300.00 

William C. Cramer 300.00 

Glenn Cunningham 300.00 

William O. Cowger 300.00 

Emilio Q. Daddario.... 300.00 

Dominick V. Daniels 300.00 

William L. Dawson (Estate of) 300.00 

David W. Dennis 300.00 

John H. Dent 300.00 

John D. Dingell 300.00 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn 300.00 

Jack Edwards 300.00 

George H. Fallon.. 300.00 

Leonard Farbstein 300.00 

Michael A. Feighan 300.00 

O. C. Fisher 300.00 

Ed Foreman. 300.00 

Jacob H. Gilbert ; 300.00 

Barry M. Goldwater, Jr 300.00 

Kenneth J. Gray. 300.00 

Martha W. Griffiths _ 300.00 

James R. Grover, Jr 300.00 

Julia Butler Hansen 300.00 

William D. Hathaway 300.00 

Henry Helstoski... ._ 300.00 

Lawrence J. Hogan __ 300.00 

Edward Hutchinson 300.00 

Chet Holifield 300.00 

Harold T. Johnson 300.00 

Abraham Kazen, Jr 300.00 

Dan Kuykendall.. 300.00 

Robert L. Leggett 300.00 

Donald E. Lukens . 300.00 

Richard D. McCarthy 300.00 

Robert McClory... .. .. 300.00 

Jack H. McDonald (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1970) _. 300.00 

Jack H. McDonald 300.00 

Martin B. McKneally... 300.00 

John L. McMillan 300.00 

Clark MacGregor... 300.00 

Ray J. Madden 300.00 

Catherine May 300.00 

John Melcher. 300.00 

George P. Miller 300.00 

Patsy T. Mink 300.00 

G. V.(Sonny) Montgomery 300.00 

F. Bradford Morse.. 300.00 

John E. Moss _. 300.00 

William H. Natcher 300.00 

Robert N. C. Nix 300.00 

Arnold Olsen 300.00 

Maston O'Neal 300.00 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr 300.00 



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Date 



No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



1970 
Dec. 31 



4001 



4002 
4008 



Amount 



1970 




July 10 


197 




198 


21 


370 




371 




391 


Sept. 24 


1830 


Oct. 1 


2068 


13 


2374 


16 


2546 




2547 


27 


2685 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
Dec. 31, 1970— Continued 

Congressman 

W^ght Patman.... $300 00 

Edward J. Patten _ 300 00 

Philip J. Philbin (quarterly periods ending Sept. 30 and Dec. 31, 1970) 600 00 

W. R. Poage. __ _ 300 ' 00 

Richard H. Poff _ 30000 

Adam C. Powell (quarterly periods ending Sept. 30 and Dec. 31, 1970) 600 00 

Graham Purcell 300 ; 00 

ThornasM Rees _ _ 300 . 00 

Charlotte T. Reid 300 00 

?y™ G D Rogers - :."":::::::::::::::::::: 300:00 

Fred B. Rooney _ 300 00 

Dan Rostenkowski 300' 00 

John H. Rousselot... IIY""."""'.: 300^0 

William J. Scherle _ _ 3 qo 00 

Garner E. Shriver 300 00 

Garner E. Shriver (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1970) 300 00 

?°,, be M L c, F - ? ikes - sooioo 

John M. Slack ... „ _ _.._ ___ 300 .oo 

H.Allen Smith 300 . o 

NealSmith 300 00 

M -G<Gene) snyder.. ""I:::::::::::::::::;::: 300:00 

^ JT. S afford 300 .oo 

Robert H.Steele.... _ 300 .oo 

SamSteiger _._ _ 30 o oo 

Frank A. Stubblefield 300' 00 

James W. Symington liy/////////_~."""lV_"l 300." 00 

Burt L. Talcott . 300 00 

Robert O Tiernan. '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'." 300.' 00 

John v. Tunney. . 300 00 

Lionel van DeerMn — :::::::::::::::::::::::: 300:00 

William C. Wampler.. 300 00 

Lowell P. Weicker, Jr _ ........ 300 00 

J. Irving Whalley (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1970) 300 00 

J. Irving Whalley _ _. .. . 300'00 

Lawrence G. Williams ...'.'.'.'.'.'.'".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'..'". 300.' 00 

" ||S »V, - -- 300.00 

Charles H. Wilson 3 qo 00 

■ L , a U l « mn i Jr - - - "SSSSSSSSS.'.'.'.'.""'.'.'."'. 300:00 

Lloyd Meeds _ _ 300 n 

John W. Wydler _ 3 qo 00 

Louis C. Wyman (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1970) 300 00 

Louis C. Wyman . 300 00 

John Young _ ._ ."."V/.lllllliy "_""'/_" 300.' 00 

Edith Green 3 qo oo 

Seymour Halpern. 300 00 

Henry C. Schadeberg.. __ _ ...._.......__....__'_ 300^0 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations _ 150,030. 15 

Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for the 
quarter ending June 30, 1970: 

Congressman 

Louis Stokes (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1969) 249 52 

Louis Stokes (quarter ending June 30, 1969) 300 00 

James C. Corman (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1969) (supplemental) 35' 45 

James C. Corman (quarter ending June 30, 1969) (supplemental) 70 90 

W. E. (Bill) Brock (quarter ending Dec. 31. 1968) .... 300 00 

Roman C. Pucinski (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1969) 300 00 

Roman C. Pucinski 300 00 

Roman C. Pucinski (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1967) 160 88 

Roman C. Pucinski (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1967) ' 154 04 

James Kee (quarter ending June 30, 1969) . 251 36 

James Kee (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1969) 168 06 

Torbert H. Macdonald (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1967) 229 90 

Torbert H. Macdonald (quarter ending June 30, 1967) 232 20 

Torbert H. Macdonald (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1967) 232 70 

Torbert H. Macdonald (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1967) 237 05 

Torbert H. Macdonald (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1968) 238 25 

Torbert H. Macdonald (quarter ending June 30. 1968) 285 70 

Torbert H. Macdonald (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1968) 300 00 

Torbert H. Macdonald (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1968) 274 13 

Torbert H. Macdonald (quarter ending Mar. 31. 1969) 280 45 

Torbert H. Macdonald (quarter ending June 30, 1969) 281.85 

Total paid from 1969 appropriations. _ 4,882.44 



258 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1970 

July 1 

6 

7 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for the 
quarter ending June 30, 1970— Continued 

Congressman 

26 Otto E. Passman __ $251.66 

27 Otto E. Passman (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) (supplemental) 17.22 

52 Julia ButlerHansen _ 96.73 

64 Fred B. Rooney 300.00 

68 George W. Andrews _._ _ _ 54.21 

William H Ayres (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) ___ 265.96 

William A. Barrett __ 244.00 

Edward G. Biester, Jr 300.00 

Jonathan B. Bingham (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

Clarence J. Brown (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

James C. Cleveland 300.00 

Harold R. Collier (quarter ending Mar.31, 1970)... .'... 186.99 

James C. Corman (quarter ending Mar.31, 1970) 263.26 

Lawrence Coughlin__ 300.00 

Eligio dela Garza .__ 143.84 

Don Edwards (quarter ending Mar.31, 1970) 300.00 

Frank E. Evans _ 244.13 

JoeL. Evins (quarter ending Mar.31, 1970) 232.30 

TomS. Gettys 133.57 

Harold T. Johnson 239.81 

John C. Kluczynski (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 248.51 

Odin Langen _ 36.12 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr. (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) _ 300.00 

John L. McMillan 30.28 

John O. Marsh, Jr__ .._ 196.54 

Joseph G. Minish 160.74 

G. V.(Sonny) Montgomery. 300.00 

Maston O'Neal 31.92 

Alexander Pirnie 255.57 

Benjamin S. Rosenthal 155.80 

EarlB. Ruth _. 135.91 

Dorothy H. St. Onge (Executrix) 163.32 

Tom Steed 300.00 

Charles M. Teague 300.00 

John C. Watts 194.53 

Larry Winn, Jr 166.48 

Gus Yatron 295.83 

69 Bill Chappefl. Jr __ 300.00 

James C. Corman (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1969) (supplemental) ___ _.. 117.60 

James C. Corman (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1969) 267.82 

Robert J. Corbett 260.34 

Louis Stokes (q uarter ending Sept. 30, 1969) 300. 00 

Louis Stokes (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1970) _. 300.00 

Seymour Halpern _ . . 276. 10 

William L. Dickinson (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1969) 170.91 

Louis Stokes (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) _ _ 288.94 

William M. McCulloch.. _. - 66.18 

William M. McCulloch (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) _ 48.00 

Lawrence J. Hogan (quarter end'ng Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

George E. Brown, Jr - 300.00 

George E. Brown, Jr. (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

John E. Moss 292.75 

363 ThomasG. Abernethy - 7.81 

Edward P. Boland - 300.00 

Joel T. Broyhill 93.39 

Jeffery Cohelan 300.00 

Edward J. Derwinski - - 247.22 

Edwin W. Edwards 300.00 

John N. Erlenborn _ 300.00 

Leonard Farbstein (quarter ending Mar.31, 1970) 300.00 

David N. Henderson 140.70 

William L. Hungate _ _ _._ _ 88.54 

Martin B. McKneally 300.00 

Catherine May 202.10 

Williams. Moorhead (quarter ending Mar.31, 1970) 199.49 

Charles A. Mosher (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) (supplemental) 31. 19 

Edward J. Patten _ 275.97 

Graham Purcell.. _... 299.86 

Richard L. Roudebush... _.__ 162.89 

William A. Steiger _ 300.00 

John W.Wydler (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) _ _._- 300.00 

21 372 JamesC. Corman _ _ 268.51 

22 393 William R. Anderson.... _ ___ 197.71 

Mario Biaggi... - 300.00 

William G. Bray.. _ 300.00 

Jack Brinkley 300.00 

Wm. S. Broomfield. -..- 279.24 

James T. Broyhill (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

James T. Broyhill 300.04 





95 


9 


196 


10 


199 




200 


13 


211 


15 


238 




239 




257 




258 


17 


306 




34? 




343 


20 


349 



259 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for the 
quarter ending June 30, 1970— Continued 



1970 
July 22 



Congressman 

393 John H. Buchanan $300.00 

Bill D. Burlison 300.00 

John N. Happy Camp 69.20 

Robert J. Corbett (supplemental) 39.66 

Jorge L. C6rdova 300.00 

John C. Culver (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn 174.57 

Edwin D. Eshleman _ 299.95 

Frank E. Evans (supplemental) 20.00 

0. C. Fisher 300.00 

Ed Foreman 300.00 

Louis Frey, Jr _ 300.00 

Don Fuqua 300.00 

James R. Grover, Jr 300.00 

Richard T. Hanna. 3CO.0O 

William H. Harsha 132.69 

Augustus F. Hawkins (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) _. 300.00 

Wayne L. Hays 300.00 

Henry Helstoski (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970).. _ 300.00 

Ed Jones 300.00 

Abraham Kazen, Jr 245.69 

Richard D. McCarthy. 175.10 

Charles A. Mosher 226.51 

Thomas M. Pelly 217.26 

James H. (Jimmy) Quillen 300.00 

JohnR. Rarick 300.00 

Robert A. Roe (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 289.69 

Benjamin S. Rosenthal (supplemental) 144. 20 

James H. Scheuer (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

William J. Scherle 296.34 

Robert L. F. Sikes 113.90 

Robert T. Stafford 67.12 

Frank A. Stubblefield 300.00 

James W.Symington 300.00 

Roy A. Taylor.... 299.27 

Jamie L. Whitten 38.34 

501 Robert N. Giaimo (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 278.68 

504 Robert N. C. Nix (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

506 E.RossAdair. . . . 141.28 

Brock Adams 256.57 

John M. Ashbrook (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) (supplemental) 49.19 

John M. Ashbrook .-.. 279.75 

Alphonzo E. Bell .. _ 300.00 

Richard Boiling. 300.00 

JamesM. Collins .. . . 300.00 

Barber B. Conable, Jr 229.13 

W.C. (Dan) Daniel 249.81 

Joshua Eilberg. 300.00 

George H. Fallon 217.95 

William D. Ford 300.00 

EdithGreen _ 300.00 

GilbertGude 288.46 

G. Elliott Hagan 82.08 

James A. Haley 167.36 

Durward G. Hall 190.08 

-* • Lee H. Hamilton 300.00 

James F. Hastings 285.79 

F. Edward Hubert -- 300.00 

James J. Howard _ 214.13 

Andrew Jacobs, J r 300.00 

Joseph E. Karth... - 221.80 

Dan Kuykendall - 300.00 

Phil M. Landrum — - 77.28 

Sherman P. Lloyd 300.00 

Clarence D. Long - 300.00 

James A. McClure ---- 300.00 

Robert C. McEwen (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

Clark MacGregor -- 244.56 

Lloyd Meeds 300.00 

Thomas E. Morgan 39. 86 

Alvin E. O'Konski... ._ 300.00 

Melvin Price 247.95 

Thomas M. Rees 300.00 

Charlotte T. Reid 152.12 

Byron G. Rogers (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 144.44 

J oh n J. Rooney - - 163. 85 

William L Springer 149-71 

Leonor K. Sullivan - Ut.95 

Robert Taft.Jr 300.00 



260 



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Data No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1970 

July 27 



28 
Aug. 3 



506 



521 
784 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for the 
quarter ending June 30, 1970— Continued 

Congressman 

Frank Thompson, J r 

Morris K. Udall _. 

Albert W.Watson 

G.William Whitehurst... _ 

Lawrence G. Williams 

John Young 

Clement J. Zablocki (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 

Clement J. Zablocki _ ___ 

J. William Stanton. 

Walters. Baring _ 

Tom Bevill - 

E. Y. Berry 

Ben B. Blackburn 

Hale Boggs 

Frank J. Brasco _. 

Clarence J. Brown 

Bob Casey 

Charles E. Chamberlain 

William C. Cramer.. 

William 0. Cowger 

John W. Davis 

James J. Delaney. _ 

David W. Dennis. 

Dante B. Fascell 

Walter Flowers - 

John J. Flynt, Jr - 

Samuel N. Friedel 

Joseph M. Gaydos 

George A. Goodling 

William J. Green 

James Harvey - 

Frank Horton 

Tom Kleppe - - - 

Edward I. Koch. - 

Robert L. Leggett 

Robert McClory 

Jack H. McDonald.. - 

John J. McFall 

Spark M. Matsunaga 

Thomas J. Meskill 

Clarence E. Miller 

Patsy T. Mink 

Peter W. Rodino, Jr 

Byron G. Rogers 

Da n Rostenkowski - - 

Fernand J. St Germain 

Herman T. Schneebeli 

Geo rge E. Shi pley 

H. Allen Smith 

M. G. (Gene) Snyder 

Louis Stokes 

Joseph P. Vigorito 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr 

William C. Wampler (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 

Lowell P. Weicker, Jr — 

Richard C. White 

Wendell Wyatt 

John M. Slack 

B. F. Sisk 

John B. Anderson 

Robert D. Price 

Ben Reifel (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1969) 

Page Belcher 

Jack Brooks 

John D. Dingell 

John Dowdy 

Edward A. Garmatz (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 

Martha W. Griffiths 

Craig Hosmer 

Joseph M. McDade... 

John L. McMillan 

James R. Mann - 

Wiley Mayne 

William H. Natcher 

Jerry L. Pettis - 

Ray Roberts 

Philip E. Ruppe 

William L.Scott ._ 

Charles W. Whalen, Jr.. 



14 962 
17 980 
19 1070 



20 1081 



$174.97 
300. 00 
255.44 
262.65 
300.00 
129.30 
133.76 
138.35 
300.00 
300. 00 
251.92 
227.97 
300. 00 
300.00 
300.00 
297.01 
292.60 
229.60 
300.00 
300. 00 
250.75 
60.00 
300. 00 
292. 65 
300. 00 
242. 37 
203. 18 
300. 00 
279.90 
225. 04 
191.09 
208. 01 
216.53 
300. 00 
300. 00 
286. 74 
300. 00 
300. 00 
291.06 
265.72 
172. 87 
300. 00 
264.70 
246.43 
300. 00 
300. 00 
284. 23 
300. 00 
131.90 
295. 06 
286. 51 
274.73 
188. 34 
223.15 
300. 00 
289. 66 
288. 24 
300. 00 
221.40 
247. 26 
300. 00 
49.08 
239. 13 
251.40 
271.89 
87.18 
179.33 
121.78 
229.79 
282. 77 
269. 72 
290.13 
213.91 
96.96 
300. 00 
158. 18 
153. 09 
157.23 
300. 00 



261 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1970 
Aug. 20 



Sept. 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for the 
quarter ending June 30, 1970— Continued 

Congressman 

1082 Joseph P. Addabbo $299.99 

Frank Annunzio --- - 257. 57 

William H. Ayres - 300.00 

Ray Blanton.... 260.52 

Frank T. Bow... 300.00 

J. Herbert Burke.... .-. - 251.67 

Omar Burleson 213.78 

Daniel E. Button _ 300.00 

Hugh L.Carey.. 204.63 

DelClawson _ 168.47 

Silvio O. Conte 300.00 

Emilio Q. Daddario - 300.00 

John Dellenback 300.00 

Jack Edwards (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) (supplemental) 20.60 

Jack Edwards 268.28 

Leonard Farbstein.. 300.00 

Thomas S. Foley 300.00 

L. H. Fountain.. 208.65 

Donald M. Fraser 300.00 

James G. Fulton 300.0 

Charles H. Griffin 300.0 

John E. Hunt 300.00 

George P. Miller 300.00 

Chester L Mize (quarter ending Mar. 31,1970)... 152.88 

William T. Murphy.... 104.40 

1122 LawrenceJ. Hogan 300.00 

James G.O'Hara 300.00 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr 300.00 

J.J. Pickle. 288.00 

W. R. Poage 109.50 

Bertram L. Podell 300.00 

Howard W. Pollock.... 300.00 

John J. Rhodes 187.76 

Donald W. Riegle, Jr. 299.58 

Robert A. Roe , 300.00 

Edward R. Roybal 188.01 

James H.Scheuer.... .-.. 300.00 

Garner E. Shriver 293.41 

Robert G. Stephens, Jr. (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

Burt L. Talcott (quarter ending Mar. 31,1970) 297.63 

BurtL. Talcott 233.68 

JohnV. Tunney _ 300.00 

Jim Wright 300.00 

Bob Wilson 207.59 

Sidney R. Yates 300.00 

21 1172 PaulG. Rogers 300.00 

24 1223 Carl Albert 132.71 

Thomas L. Ashley 257.72 

George Bush 300.09 

John W. Byrnes 195.90 

Donald D. Clancy : 285.36 

Frank M.Clark 134.70 

Dominick V. Daniels 212.33 

Glenn R. Davis 208.81 

John W. Davis 284.25 

Paul Findley. 269.89 

Nick Galifianakis ---- 300.00 

Robert N. Giaimo -- 275.09 

Sam Gibbons 292.65 

Charles S. Gubser (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 274.26 

Floyd V. Hicks. 300.00 

Chet Holifield 300.00 

Richard H. Ichord 193.01 

Abraham Kazen. Jr. (supplemental) 54.31 

28 1364 Robert H. Michel (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970). 277.29 

1365 Robert H. Michel. 275.89 

2 1535 Watkins M. Abbitt (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) (supplemental) 156.96 

Watkins M. Abbitt. 223.43 

Bill Alexander __ 99.49 

Charles E. Bennett 119.73 

John Brademas 300.00 

Garry Brown _ - 296. 23 

Laurence J. Burton (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970)... 240.49 

Shirley Chisholm 300.00 

Bob Eckhardt. 299.60 

Don Edwards 300.00 

Kenneth J. Gray... 300.00 

Orval Hansen 297.90 



262 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1970 
Sept. 2 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for the 
quarter ending June 30, 1970— Continued 

Congressman 

1535 William D. Hathaway (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 

John Jarman __ 

Donald E. Lukens _. 

Robert C. McEwen 

Williams. Mailliard.. _. 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias __ _ _._ 

John Melcher ._ 

Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell.. .._ _ _. 

Robert H. Mollohan _ 

Rogers C. B. Morton _ _.. 

Claude Pepper... _ 

Richardson Preyer 

David Pryor (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1969) _ 

David Pryor (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970). 

Tom Railsback _ 

Wm. J. Randall 

Ogden R. Reid.. _ 

Ben Reifel (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 

William F. Ryan (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1969) _ 

William F. Ryan (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) _ 

William F. Ryan _ 

Charles W. Sandman, Jr. (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 

Keith G. Sebelius _ _ 

Neal Smith __ 

Sam Steiger 

Robert G. Stephens, Jr 

AlUllman 

Charles A. Vanik 

Jerome R. Waldie 

Charles E. Wiggins 

Charles H. Wilson 

John Wold 

10 1595 Marvin L. Esch (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1969) 

Marvin L. Esch (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 

24 1833 Mark Andrews 

J. Glenn Beall, Jr 

Jonathan B. Bingham 

Donald G. Brotzman 

Phillip Burton 

John Conyers, Jr. (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 

Glenn Cunningham... _. 

Thomas N. Downing 

John J. Duncan _ 

Joe L. Evins. _ 

Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen. 

Richard Fulton 

John Paul Hammerschmidt (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 

John Paul Hammerschmidt 

M ichael Harrington 

Carleton J. King 

S peedy O. Long _ _ _ 

Paul N. McCloskey, J r 

John S. Monagan __ 

WilliamS. Moorhead 

John T. Myers (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 

John T. Myers 

David R. Obey (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 

David R. Obey 

Arnold Olsen 

Roman C. Pucinski (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1969) 

Roman C. Pucinski (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1969) 

Roman C. Pucinski (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 

Roman C. Pucinski 

Ben Reifel (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) (supplemental) 

Ben Reifel.. _ 

William V. Roth... _. 

Fred Schwengel 

Henry P.Smith III 

Robert O. Tiernan 

Lionel Van Deerlin 

Louis C. Wyman 

30 1920 Otto E. Passman (supplemental) _ 

Oct. 1 2046 Allard K. Lowenstein (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1969).. 

2047 Allard K. Lowenstein (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1969) 

2048 Allard K. Lowenstein 

2 2069 Allard K. Lowenstein (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 



$282.97 
156.15 
300. 00 
269. 45 
250. 79 
300. 00 
88.80 
207.47 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
257.63 
300. 00 
288. 82 
211.78 
111.29 
300. 00 
114.60 
300. 00 
300.00 
300.00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
201.75 
300. 00 
247. 73 
231.00 
298. 38 
300. 00 
300.00 
3C0. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
198. 88 
300. 00 
203. 10 
300. 00 
300. 00 
106. 60 
300. 00 
255.78 
102.51 
300. 00 
271.44 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
284.91 
261.91 
300. 00 
300. 00 
216.22 
175.15 
165.55 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300.00 
300. 00 
46.50 
220. 60 
300. 00 
284.61 
55.52 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
16.12 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300.00 
300. 00 



263 



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Date 



No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1970 
Oct. 7 2166 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for the 
quarter ending June 30, 1970— Continued 

Congressman 

Earle Cabell .. $300.00 

Robert V. Denney - 169.41 

Hamilton Fish. Jr.... _ 300.00 

Edward A. Garmatz.... 180.43 

James M. Hanley 300.00 

Augustus F. Hawkins - 286.46 

Walter B. Jones 126.06 

Hastings Keith - 300.00 

Earl F. Landgrebe ... _ 278.58 

Manuel Lujan, Jr _ 300.00 

Richard D. McCarthy..-. 124.90 

Abner J. Mikva (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300,00 

Lucien N . Nedzi 163. 25 

Richard L. Ottinger. - - — - 300.00 

Albert H. Quie 113.29 

Henry S. Reuss (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 195.52 

Henry S. Reuss : --- 188.30 

Charles W. Sandman, Jr 300.00 

David E. Satterfield III - ~- 132.45 

Charles C. Diggs, Jr 300.00 

James A. Burke (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970).__ 300.00 

John C. Culver. 300.00 

Charles S.Gubser 275.00 

Henry Helstoski - -~ 300.00 

JohnC. Kluczynski 158.50 

George Mahon - 64.50 

John M. Murphy 300.00 

W.S. (Bill) Stuckey, Jr. (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

James Kee (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1969)__ — 2 20- 82 

James Kee (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1969).. 300.00 

Harold R. Collier __ — 196.92 

Philip M. Crane 117.25 

William E. Minshall (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 291.48 

William E. Minshall - 300.00 

Guy Vander Jagt 244.38 

John H. Dent (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

JohnH. Dent 300.00 

Mrs. G. Robert Watkins (Executrix) 192.82 

John W. Wydler 300.00 

Torbert H. Macdonald (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1969) 286.45 

Torbert H. Macdonald (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1969) 300.00 

Torbert H. Macdonald (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 281.95 

Torbert H. Macdonald 300.00 

ThaddeusJ. Dulski (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1969) 94.95 

Thaddeus J. Dulski (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1969) 88. 15 

Jacob H. Gilbert - 226.00 

William D. Hathaway 270.03 

Peter N. Kyros (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

Henry C. Schadeberg (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

Henry C. Schadeberg 300.00 

JoeSkubitz ---- 178.66 

Roger H. Zion (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) - 288.82 

Roger H.Zion 263.47 

ThaddeusJ. Dulski (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 81. 50 

ThaddeusJ. Dulski 94.96 

Chester Mize 156 -?2 

Chalmers P. Wylie.... 235.87 

James Kee (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) -.-- 300.00 

James Kee 300.00 

E. Y. Berry - 38.25 

F. Bradford Morse (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) ---- 300.00 

F. Bradford Morse - 300.00 

W.S. (Bill) Stuckey, Jr 300.00 

Don H.Clausen (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 300.00 

John L. McMillan (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) (supplemental) 37.20 

Fletcher Thompson - 297.23 

John M. Zwach.. --- 210.34 

James T. Broyhill (quarter ending Sept 30, 1969)... 300. 00 

Jack Edwards (supplemental) - 21.65 

JohnMelcher.. 159.46 

Wright Patman (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 63.54 

Wright Patman.. 63.54 

Carl Albert (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) 132.72 

William C. Wampler... 225.63 

Marvin L. Esch 300 ,00 

Adjustment from prior period (117.60) 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations. 112, 199.51 



14 2433 
2480 
2531 



16 2544 

2545 

20 2599 



27 2676 



2686 



Nov. 10 3100 



16 3174 



19 


3232 




3233 


23 


3296 


Dec. 7 


3536 


10 


3671 




3S72 




3673 


22 


3936 


30 


3982 



3985 
3999 



264 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for the 
quarter ending Sept. 30, 9170: 

Congressman 
1970 

Sept.30 1921 Otto E. Passman $272.36 

Oct. 1 2049 Allard K. Lowenstein. 300.00 

5 2134 Julia Butler Hansen. _ ..... 96.49 

7 2206 George W. Andrews 54.21 

Edward G. Biester, Jr.. 266.43 

Joel T. Broyhill 87.84 

R. Lawrence Coughlin _ __ 300.00 

Eligio de la Garza... ___ 131.73 

Edwin W. Edwards 300.00 

William D. Ford 300.00 

Harold T. Johnson _ 274.41 

John O. Marsh, Jr... __ 190.03 

Lloyd Meeds 300.00 

G. V. (Sonny) Montgomery 264.60 

Maston O'Neal _ _.._ 32.41 

Jerry L. Pettis 300.00 

Graham Purcell 300.00 

Tom Steed 300.00 

Charles M. Teague 300.00 

John C. Watts.. _ 218.23 

Larry Winn, Jr 178.87 

9 2271 Fred B. Rooney 300.00 

12 2288 Ed Foreman 300.00 

13 2426 Bill Chappell, Jr 300.00 

14 2434 Charles C. Diggs, Jr 300.00 

21 2612 E. Ross Adair..- 124.36 

Joseph P. Addabbo 299.91 

John M. Ashbrook 244.54 

William A. Barrett 260.24 

Alphonzo E. Bell _ 300.00 

Mario Biaggi 300.00 

Edward P. Boland _ _ 300.00 

William G. Bray 300.00 

Jack Brinkley 300.00 

Williams. Broomfield 280.50 

Bill D. Burlison _ 300.00 

James C. Cleveland.. _ 300.00 

Jorge L. C6rdova _ 300.00 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn 177.65 

Frank E. Evans 272.35 

O. C. Fisher 300.00 

Joseph M. Gaydos 300.00 

Charles H. Griffin 300.00 

James A. Haley 212.16 

William H. Harsha _ 163.69 

William L. Hungate _ _._. 300.00 

John E.Hunt _ 284.97 

Ed Jones 300.00 

Abraham Kazen, Jr _ _ 271. 16 

Martin B. McKneally.. 300.00 

Catherine May.. 289.81 

Joseph G. Minish 205.84 

Thomas E. Morgan 40. 00 

Rogers C. B. Morton 300.00 

James H. (Mmmy) Quillen 300.00 

John R. Rarick 300.00 

Charlotte T. Reid 173.35 

Robert A. Roe 300.00 

John J. Rooney 266.28 

John H. Rousselot 300.00 

George E. Shipley.. 300.00 

Robert L. F. Sikes 300.00 

H.Allen Smith 143.55 

William A. Steiger... 300.00 

Roy A. Taylor 287.01 

GusYatron 285.00 

Clement J. Zablocki 149.04 

23 2662 Louis Frey, Jr... _ 300.00 

2665 ThomasG. Abernethy 13.56 

William R. Anderson.. 193.12 

Ben B. Blackburn 300.00 

Omar Burleson 197.65 

John N. Happy Camp. 70.87 

Elford A. Cederberg.. 59.37 

Shirley Chisholm 300.00 



265 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Oats No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1970 
Oct. 23 



2665 



27 2681 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for the 
quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970— Continued 

Congressman 

Edwin D. Eshleman $257.06 

Robert J. Corbett 300.00 

Philip M.Crane. 300.00 

James J. Delaney.. 61.00 

Jacob H. Gilbert 261.93 

James R. Grover, Jr 293.30 

James J. Howard - 300.00 

Dan Kuykendall _ _ 300.00 

Thomas M. Pelly. _.. .._ _ 258.35 

Alexander Pirnie 300.00 

Melvin Price 248.30 

Richard L. Roudebush... 161.12 

Herman T. Schneebeli 287. 90 

Keith G. Sebelius 214.91 

William L. Springer 154.97 

Robert T. Stafford 101.77 

Frank Thompson, Jr 183.34 

Lawrence G. Williams 300.00 

Brock Adams 300.00 

Frank Annunzio 260. 52 

George E. Brown, Jr 300.00 

Daniel E. Button 300.00 

Jeffery Cohelan 300.00 

W. C. (Dan) Daniel 251.29 

John W. Davis 228.36 

John H. Dent.... 300.00 

John N. Erlenborn 300.00 

Paul Findley 297.09 

Thomas S. Foley. 300.00 

Sam Gibbons 293.05 

Edith Green 300.00 

Durward G. Hall 202.79 

James F. Hastings.. 300.00 

Wayne L.Hays. 300.00 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr..... .-. 300.00 

John Jarman 291.25 

Sherman P. Lloyd. 300.00 

William E. Minshall 300.00 

James G. O'Hara ----- 300.00 

J.J. Pickle ---- 272.80 

Bertram L. Podell 300.00 

John G. Schmitz - 300.00 

B. F. Sisk - - 232.15 

Fernand J. St Germain 300.00 

James W. Symington 300.00 

Joseph P. Vigorito - - 275.63 

Jim Wright -- 300.00 

Wendell Wyatt - 300.00 

Torbert H. Macdonald 300.00 

John E. Moss 300,00 

John B. Anderson - --- 245.02 

Thomas L. Ashley.. - 300.00 

William H. Ayres _ - 300.00 

Clarence J. Brown 300.00 

Earle Cabell 294.07 

Hugh L.Carey — 146.22 

Bob Casey - 298.60 

Charles E. Chamberlain - - - 225.34 

Donald D. Clancy. - 285.50 

Frank M.Clark _ 153.34 

Barber B. Conable, Jr 255.32 

William C. Cramer - 300.00 

Glenn Cunningham - 105.60 

John Dellenback-... 300.00 

Edward J. Derwinski 300.00 

George H. Fallon _ 222.94 

Leona rd Farbstein - 300. 03 

John J. Flynt, Jr - 293.02 

Samuel N. Friedel - 256.60 

James G. Fulton - 300.05 

Don Fuqua.. 205.68 

TomS. Gettys 185.20 

Lee H.Hamilton-.. 300.00 

Richard T. Hanna 300.00 

F. Edward Hgbert. ..._ _ 300.00 

Floyd V. Hicks — - 300.05 

Frank Horton 300-00 

Richard H. I chord 21 '- 20 



2687 

Nov. 6 3035 

10 3104 



266 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1970 
Nov. 10 3121 



13 3147 
17 3185 



Reimbursement lor official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for the 
quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970— Continued 

Congressman 

Joseph E. Karth 

Hastings Keith_ 

Earl F. Landgrebe... 

Phil M. Landrum _._ 

Clarence D. Long .. 

Speedy 0. Long 

Robert McClory.. _ 

Robert C. McEwen _ .._ 

Clark MacGregor. _ _ _ 

Patsy T. Mink 

Charles A. Mosher __ 

William T. Murphy 

Alvin E. O'Konski. 

Edward J. Patten __ 

Claude Pepper _ 

W. R. Poage 

Peter W. Rodino, Jr _ 

Edward R. Roybal.. . 

EarlB. Ruth 

Charles W. Sandman, Jr 

William J. Scherle 

Garner E. Sh river 

J. William Stanton ... 

John V. Tunney _ 

AlUllman 

Lowell P. Weicker, J r 

Charles W. Whalen, Jr 

Richard C. White _ _._. 

Do _ 

Charles E. Wiggins 

Mrs. G. Robert Watkins (Executrix) 

Richard Boiling 

Phillip Burton _ ._ 

Silvio 0. Conte. 

John D. Dinged. _ 

Bob Eckhardt _ 

Walter Flowers 

George A. Goodling.. 

James Harvey 

Thomas S. Kleppe 

James R. Mann 

Thomas J. Meskill 

Robert H. Mollohan 

William S. Moorhead... 

John J. Rhodes 

Henry C. Schadeberg... 

John M. Slack 

Albert W.Watson. 

Bob Wilson 

David W. Dennis... _ __ 

William J. Green _ 

David N. Henderson 

Craig Hosmer _ 

Carleton J. King 

Donald E. Lukens _ _ _ 

George P. Miller. 

Byron G. Rogers 

Benjamin S. Rosenthal 

Frank A. Stubblefield 

Charles A. Vanik 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr 

G.William Whitehurst... 

Charles H. Wilson 

Chalmers P. Wylie 

Ray Blanton... _ 

John A. Blatnik 

J. Herbert Burke 

Glenn R. Davis 

Michael A. Feighan _ 

Nick Galifianakis.. 

Martha W. Griffiths 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias... 

Robert H. Michel... 

Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell 

John S. Monagan 

Pau I G. Rogers 

Fred Schwengel 



3189 



20 3248 



$263. 20 
300. 00 
300. 00 
50.67 
300. 00 
258. 59 
300. 00 
300. 00 
245.21 
300. 00 

216. 83 
107. 10 
300. 00 
232.85 
300. 00 
193. 49 
300. 00 
221.24 
119.04 
300. 00 
261.32 
290. 87 
300. 00 
300. 00 
227.35 
300. 00 
264. 70 
250. 80 

49.20 
300. 00 

88.25 
300. 00 
300.00 
259. 44 
273. 43 
294. 50 
300. 00 
300. 00 
174.44 
239. 51 
300. 00 
250. 99 
300. 00 
211.32 
191.85 
300. 00 
217.71 
258. 82 
258. 87 
300. 00 
174.85 
193. 16 
275.61 
274. 30 
300. 00 
267. 69 
213. 87 
175. 60 

132. 84 
300. 00 
188. 34 
261.75 
300. 00 
226. 40 
300. 00 

20.00 
272. 20 
247.01 
251.25 
300. 00 
135. 86 
300. 00 
284. 56 
233. 39 
300. 00 
300. 00 
299. 42 



267 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1970 

Nov. 20 3248 



3250 
3306 



25 
Dec. 3 



3308 
3523 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for the 
quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970— Continued 

Congressman 

Louis Sfokes 

John Wold _ 

Joh n You ng 

Tom Bevill - -■ 

Frank J. Brasco -- 

Jack Brooks 

Harold R. Collier 

James M. Collins — 

William O. Cowger 

Don Edwards 

Frank E. Evans 

Dante B. Fascell 

Kenneth J. Gray --- 

John C. Kluczy nski 

Edward I. Koch 

Richa rd D. McCa rthy 

James A. McClure 

John J. McFall 

George H. Mahon — 

Wiley May ne 

William H. Natcher — . 

Lucien N . N edzi 

Howard W. Pollock -. 

Ogden R. Reid. 

Donald W. Riegle, Jr -. 

John H. Buchanan _ 

Bill Alexander 

John M. Ashbrook (supplemental) 

Walter S. Baring _ _ 

John Brademas — 

Ga rry Brown 

Robert V. Denney — 

Donald M. Fraser 

Richard Fulton 

Robert N. Giaimo _ 

Charles S. Gubser 

William S. Mailliard 

Spark M. Matsunaga 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr 

Richardson Preyer... 

Ray Robe rts 

Benjamin S. Rosenthal (supplemental) -. 

Ph ili p E. Ruppe 

William Lloyd Scott - 

Leonor K. Sullivan 

George Bush --- 

Del Clawson 

James C. Corman 

Hamilton Fish, Jr -- 

James M. Hanley -. 

O rval Ha nsen 

John Melcher 

Chester L. Mize - 

F. Bradford Morse 

Wm. J. Randall 

William F. Ryan 

David E. Satterfield III -- - 

W. S. (Bill) Stuckey, Jr .-- 

Robert Taft.Jr 

Fletcher Thompson 

Jerome R. Waldie - 

Seymour Halpern 

Reimbursement for official teephone service outside the District of Columbia for the 
quarter ending Dec. 31, 1970: 

William H. Ayres.. - 

Mark Andrews (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 

Charles E. Bennett (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970).. _ — 

L. H. Fountain (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970)... 

John L. McMillan (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) _ 

John L. McMillan 

Clarence E. Miller (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 

John T. Myers (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 

David R. Obey (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 

Ben Reifel (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 

Dan Rostenkowski (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 

Sam Steiger (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 



7 3544 



15 3768 



16 3776 
3787 



$300. 00 
300. 00 
131.70 
248. 94 
300. 00 
253.81 
213. 18 
300. 00 
290.90 
300. 00 

20.00 
296. 25 
300. 00 
235. 15 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 

64.50 
218.46 

99.09 
125. 13 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
163.81 

44.64 
300. 00 
292. 44 

224. 39 
159.22 
300. 00 
271.44 
279.91 
283. 04 
250.71 
300. 00 
300. 00 
267. 99 
137.75 

124. 40 
300. 00 
160.31 
120. 24 
300.00 
167.40 
264. 40 
300. 00 
282. 52 
269. 36 
265. 26 
155.71 
300. 00 
102.99 
300.00 
132.65 
300.00 
300. 00 
300.00 
296.19 
250. 12 



292.90 
300. 00 
182.95 
222.79 
182. 17 
36.19 
284. 12 
159.78 
300. 00 
226.11 
300. 00 
300. 00 



53-476 0—71- 



-18 



268 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for the 
quarter ending Dec. 31, 1970— Continued 



1970 
Dec. 22 3921 



24 3947 



30 3992 

4000 



Congressman 

George W. Andrews $54.21 

E. Y. Berry (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 228. 57 

Hale Boggs (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 300.00 

James T. Broyhill (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970).. 300.00 

John C. Culver (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 300. 00 

Thomas N. Downing (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 300. 00 

Jack Edwards (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970). ._ 284.04 

Gilbert Gude (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 300.00 

Chet Holifield (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 300.00 

Odin Langen (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 41.36 

Manuel Lujan, Jr. (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 300.00 

Joseph M. McDade (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 289.05 

John L. McMillan (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 60.00 

Arnold Olsen (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 300.00 

Wright Patman (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 63.54 

Thomas M. Rees (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 300.00 

William V. Roth, Jr. (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 300.00 

Morris K. Udall (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) __ 300.00 

John W.Wydler (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 300.00 

Watkins M. Abbitt (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 300.00 

Carl Albert (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 138.64 

Page Belcher (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 243.80 

Edward G. Biester, Jr 300.00 

Frank T. Bow (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 300.00 

James C Cleveland 300.00 

R. Lawrence Coughlin _. 300.00 

Emilio Q. Daddar io (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 300.00 

W. C. (Dan) Daniel 300.00 

Dominick V. Daniels (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 233.03 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn 190.80 

Michael A. Feighan 288.55 

Ed Foreman 300.00 

Harold T. Johnson 250.20 

Walter B.Jones (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 124.89 

Odin Langen 77.67 

Robert L Leggett (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 300.00 

John M. Murphy (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 300.00 

Bertram L Podell 300.00 

Louis C. Wyman (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 300.00 

John M. Zwach (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 209.73 

Otto E. Passman.. 229.55 

Marvin L. Esch (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 300.00 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 86,572.58 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district, as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 43b and 43b-l, 
as amended: 



1970 
Dec. 3 



Congressman 



Congressional district 



Date 



3522 Philip J. Philbin... 3d, Mass. 

Adjustment of prior period 



1968. 



Total paid from 1969 appropriations. 



July 



Donald W. Riegle, Jr 7th, Mich 1970 

Carl Albert 3d, Okla.* June 5. 1970 

Do 3d, Okla June 26-28, 1970. 

Glenn M. Anderson 17th, Calif June 19-22, 1970. 

Hale Boggs 2d. La._ June 23-24, 1970. 

William S. Broomfield 18th, Mich... June 26-27, 1970. 

J. Herbert Burke 10th, Fla June 18-22, 1970. 

James C. Cleveland 2d, N.H June 4-8, 1970... 

John Conyers, Jr 1st, Mich June 5-9, 1970... 

Glenn Cunningham 2d. Nebr May 1-4, 1970... 

Ed Edmondson _ 2d, Okla June 11-14, 1970. 

Edwin W. Edwards 7th, La June 11-14, 1970. 

Marvin L. Esch 2d, Mich... Mar. 12-14, 1970. 

Do do May 1-2. 1970... 

Do ....do.. June 4-7, 1970... 

Gerald R. Ford 5th, Mich June 23, 1970 

Louts Frey, Jr 5th, Fla May 27-31, 1970.. 



750. 00 
(378. 35) 

371.65 

750. 00 
112.62 
197.40 
348. 56 
188.10 
84.00 
284. 30 
104.10 
141.38 
183.90 
144.90 
324. 48 
90.00 
90.00 
90.00 
112.35 
151.20 



* One way. 



269 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 43b and 43b-l, 
as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1970 

July 6 61 SamGibbons 6th, Fla June 18-22, 1970 $125.70 

Margaret M. Heckler. 10th, Mass. May 21-25. 1970 130.60 

Do do June 18-22, 1970. 130.60 

Carleton J. King 30th. N.Y June 19-21. 1970 117.80 

JohnC. Kluczynski 5th, III Apr. 8-13, 1970 115.50 

Do do May 7-18, 1970 115.50 

Do.... .- ....do. June4-8, 1970 115.50 

Peter N. Kyros 1st, Maine June 12-14, 1970 143.64 

Odin Langen 7th, Minn June 19-21, 1970 224.75 

Sherman P. Lloyd 2d, Utah... June 18-20, 1970... 296.90 

Dave Martin 3d. Nebr June 19-21, 1970 198.85 

Abner J. Mikva 2d, III Feb. 6, 1970 116.70 

Do do Feb. 14-15. 1970 106.35 

Do do Mar. 11-13,1970 98.40 

Do do Apr. 4-5. 1970 94.80 

David Pryor 4th, Ark May 7-11, 1970 157.50 

Do do June 5-7, 1970 164.05 

HenryS. Reuss 5th, Wis June 26-28, 1970 107.60 

John J. Rhodes 1st, Ariz.. June 26-28, 1970 312.60 

Earl B. Ruth 8th, N.C 1970 750.00 

Robert G. Stephens, Jr.. .. 10th. Ga June 19-23, 1970 149.98 

Frank Thompson, Jr 4th. N.J 1970 750.00 

Vernon W. Thomson 3d, Wis June 12-14, 1970 198.63 

John V. Tunney.... 38th, Calif June 19-21, 1970 368.82 

Morris K. Udall 2d, Ariz June 25-29, 1970 445.17 

Al Ullman... 2d, Oreg June 18-22, 1970 444.72 

Larry Winn, Jr 3d, Kans June 12-15, 1970 151.20 

JohnS. Wold At Large, Wyo May 8-10, 1970 257.88 

Do do May 15-19, 1970... 316.05 

Do do June 5-9, 1970.. 309.45 

Wendell Wyatt 1st, Oreg June 18-23, 1970 390.96 

8 96 John Melcher 2d, Mont June 19-21, 1970 252.00 

97 Omar Burleson 17th, Tex June 19-22, 1970 239.40 

142 Robert V. Denney 1st, Nebr June 11-15, 1970.. 209.70 

Donald M. Fraser 5th, Minn.... June 5-7, 1970 135.30 

Charles H. Griffin 3d, Miss June 25-29, 1970 161.70 

David N. Henderson 3d, N.C June 4-8, 1970 79.80 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr 11th, Ind June 14-16, 1970 147.50 

Richard D. McCarthy 39th, N.Y June 17-24, 1970 93.72 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr 11th, Calif June 11-14, 1970 354.90 

Abner J. Mikva 2d, ill Apr. 15-19, 1970 107.40 

Do do May 1-2, 1970 117.18 

Chester L. Mize 2d, Kans Mar. 12-15, 1970 153.80 

Do do May 28-30, 1970 187.40 

Do do. June 11-14, 1970 153.80 

Do do June 26-29, 1970 153.80 

David R. Obey 7th, Wis June 26-28, 1970 155.40 

J.J. Pickle 10th, Tex June 5-8, 1970 200.40 

Melvin Price 24th, III June 11-15, 1970 214.06 

Do do June 26-28, 1970 139.40 

Graham Pureed 13th, Tex June 5-7, 1970 237.66 

Charlotte T. Reid 15th, III June 18-22, 1970 128.90 

Ben Reifel : lst.S. Dak Feb. 17-23, 1970 374.96 

Richard L. Roudebush ... 5th, III Apr. 24-27, 1970 158.68 

Do do May22-25, 1970 158.68 

Do do June26-29, 1970 158.68 

Edward R. Roybal 30th, Calif June 21-23, 1970 283.50 

William J. Scherle 7th, Iowa June 25-28, 1970 178.50 

LouisStokes 21st, Ohio June 26-28, 1970... 73.35 

Lionel Van Deerlin 37th, Calif May 27-June 13, 1970 318.00 

Bob Wilson 36th, Calif June 25-27, 1970 364.92 

14 223 James A. Burke 11th, Mass June 13-15, 1970 89.30 

Laurence J. Burton 1st, Utah... June 25-29, 1970.... 342.57 

Daniel E. Button 29th, N.Y May 1-6, 1970 103.50 

Patrick T. Caffery 3d, La June 12-14, 1970 154.35 

William (Bill) Clay 1st, Mo Apr. 17-20, 1970 213.28 

Do do June 4-8. 1970 213.28 

Jorge L. Cordova. (Res. Comm.) P.R June 12-14, 1970 195.00 

John C. Culver 2d. Iowa June 26-30, 1970 154.90 

Edward J. Derwinski 4th, III June 11-15, 1970 92.40 

William L.Dickinson 2d, Ala June 19-21, 1970 136.50 

Do... .do June 23-24, 1970 153.30 

Kenneth J. Gray 21st, III June 19-22, 1970 216.88 

Lee H. Hamilton 9th, Ind June 13-16, 1970 100.80 

James M. Hanley 34th, N.Y Apr. 10-13, 1970 93.96 

Do do. May 7-10, 1970 93.96 

Do... do June 5-8. 1970. 93.96 

John Jarman.. Fth, Okla June 25-28, 1970... 202.60 



270 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 43b and 43b-l, 
as amended— Continued 



1970 
July 14 



Congressman 



Congressional district 



Date 



223 



Earl F. Landgrebe 2d, Ind May 15-17, 1970 

Do ...do _ May 27-June 1. 1970.... 

Manuel Lujan, Jr 1st, N. Mex June 25-28, 1970 

Tom Railsback 19th, III June 24-29, 1970 

Keith G. Sebelius 1st, Kans June 4-7, 1970 

William A. Steiger 6th, Wis June 26-28, 1970. 

Guy VanderJagt... 9th, Mich May 28-June 1, 1970.... 

Do ....do June 10-11, 1970 _. 

William C. Wampler 9th, Va June 12-15, 1970 

17 338 John M. Ashbrook... 17th, Ohio June 19-20, 1970 

E. Y. Berry 2d, S. Dak.' June 25, 1970 

Garry Brown 3d, Mich May 7-11, 1970. 

Do do June 5-7, 1970 

William (Bill) Clay 1st, Mo.. May 8-11, 1970 

Bob Eckhardt 8th, Tex.* June 26-28, 1970 

Jack Edwards 1st, Ala June 25-30, 1970 

Richard T. Hanna.. 34th, Calif June 19-22, 1970 

Orval Hansen 2d, Idaho June 11-12, 1970 

Ed Jones 8th, Tenn May 7-10, 1970 

Do do* June 7, 1970 

Odin Langen 7th, Minn June 11-12, 1970 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr 8th, Mass June 7-20, 1970 

Fred Schwengel 1st, Iowa.. Mar. 19-21, 1970 

Do __ do Apr. 16-18, 1970 

Do do.. May 8-10, 1970 

Tom Steed 4th, Okla Mar. 27-Apr. 5, 1970 

Do do May 28-31, 1970 

Do.. do June 5-8, 1970 

Do do June 11-16, 1970. 

Do ...do. .- June 26-28, 1970 

Charles E. Wiggins 25th, Calif Apr. 30-May 3, 1970.... 

23 426 Walters. Baring At Large, Nev.* June 25, 1970.. 

Ray Blanton... 7th, Tenn _ _ Mar. 31-Apr. 7, 1970.... 

Do do June 26-30, 1970 

George Bush 7th, Tex. June 4-8, 1970 

John C. Culver.. 2d, Iowa* June 30, 1970 

Joe L. Evins 4th, Tenn.* _. June 26, 1970 

Hamilton Fish, Jr. 28th, N.Y Apr. 5-27, 1970 

Do do June 1-25,1970. 

Louis Frey, Jr.... 5th, Fla May 14-17, 1970 

Do do June 19-22, 1970 

Thomas S. Kleppe... 2d, N. Dak Feb. 6-21, 1970 

Do do Mar. 13-15,1970 

Do do Apr. 16-20, 1970 

Do do Apr. 24-26, 1970 

Do ...do.. June 12-14, 1970 

Dan Kuykendall.... 9th, Tenn _ June 4-5, 1970 

PhilM. Landrum 9th, Ga.* June 30, 1970 

Robert McClory 12th, III June 5-6, 1970 

Wm. J. Randall 4th. Mo.* June 11, 1970 

George E. Shipley 23d, III Mar. 20-23. 1970 

Do do.... Apr. 24-27, 1970. 

Do do.. May 7-11, 1970 

Frank A. Stubblefield 1st, Ky Mar. 18-23,1970 

Do do. _ Apr. 17-22,1970 

Do. do May 7-12, 1970 

Do do June 1-8,1970 

Leonor K.Sullivan 3d, Mo. 1 Apr. 10-12, 19-26; June 

11-15, 1970. 
James W. Symington 2d, Mo June 11-12, 1970 

Do do.. June 22, 1970 

Jack Brooks 9th, Tex Apr. 10-11,1970 

Do do May 14-16, 1970 

Do do June 12-14, 1970 

Ed Foreman 2d, N. Mex June 17-23, 1970 

Thomas S. Kleppe 2d, N. Dak.* Jan. 8, 1970 

Barry M. Goldwater, Jr.... 27th, Calif June 30, 1970 

Alphonzo Bell 28th, Calif.* June 25, 1970 

Bob Casey 22d, Tex.* . Apr. 23, 1970 

John W.Davis 7th, Ga June 12-16, 1970 

John Dellenback 4th, Oreg. June 11-15, 1970 

John D. Dingell 16th, Mich June 26-30, 1970 

Thomas S. Foley 5th, Wash June 1-2, 1970. 



23 464 
465 
466 

27 505 



28 



515 
516 
520 



$106.80 
106.80 
215.22 
175.75 
322. 35 
141.75 
140.70 
132.45 
96.60 
102. 86 
215.71 
128. 70 
135.00 
213.28 
182. 52 
155.40 
354.90 
299.85 
141.30 
70.65 
216.35 
126.60 
159.33 
135.63 
127.98 
216.14 
216.14 
216.14 
216.14 
216.10 
354. 92 
183.70 
231.00 
231.00 
181.64 
82.10 
78.12 
94.20 
94.20 
151.20 
151.20 
221. 40 
190.65 
211.95 
202. 20 
221.40 
111.30 
56.45 
97.92 
136. 51 
173. 06 
173.06 
173.06 
208. 32 
208. 32 
208. 32 
208. 32 
396. 90 

140. 40 
140. 40 
215.80 
224. 20 
215.80 
517.44 
134.89 
177.45 
177.45 
90.50 
87.15 
354. 90 
136.20 
339.15 



1 Three round trips. 
*One way. 



271 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 43b and 43b-l, 
as amended — Continued 



1970 
July 28 



Congressman 



Congressional district 



Date 



520 



897 
969 
970 
971 
972 
973 
976 



G. Elliott Hagan lst.Ga May 21-25, 1970 

Do do May 28 June 2, 1970. 

Thomas S. Kleppe 2d, N. Dak.' Jan. 12, 1970 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.. 18th, Calif.* June 26, 1970 

Lucien N. Nedzi 14th, Mich Apr. 23-26, 1970 

Do. do May 2-3, 1970 

Do. do May 30, 1970 

Do do. June 5-7, 1970 

Robert D. Price 18th, Tex June 25-29, 1970 

Fernand J. St Germain... 1st, R.I May 14-19, 1970 

Do... ...do June 18-23, 1970 

Robert L. F. Sikes 1st, Fla.* June 27, 1970 . 

Guy Vander Jagt 9th, Mich May 22-25, 1970 

Joseph P. Vigorito 24th, Pa Jan. 8-12, 1970 

Do do Feb. 20-23, 1970 

Do do Mar. 20-23, 1970. 

Do _ do Apr. 3-6, 1970 

Do do May 1-4, 1970 

Do do June 18-22, 1970 

Richard C. White 16th, Tex Jan. 29-Feb. 1, 1970. 

Do do Mar. 5-8, 1970 

Do do Mar. 12-16, 1970... 

Do do May 22-25, 1970 

Aug. 10 897 Elford A. Cederberg 10th, Mich May 9-10, 1970 

14 969 John Buchanan 6th, Ala June 15-28, 1970 . . 

Do.. do Jan. 3-5, 1970 

Do .do Jan. 16-20, 1970 

Do _ do Apr. 9-11, 1970 

Do do May 16-18, 1970 

Don H.Clausen 1st, Calif Feb. 20-22, 1970 ... 

Do do Mar. 20-23, 1970 

Do do Apr. 24-26, 1970 ... 

Do do May 1-3, 1970 

Silvio O. Conte 1st, Mass.* Jan. 6. 1970. ... 

Do do Mar. 1, 1970 

Do do Mar.7-8, 1970 

Do do* Mar. 20, 1970 

Do do Apr. 16-21, 1970 

Do do May 7-10, 1970 . 

Do do May 16-17, 1970 

Do do May 22, 1970 

Do do June 11-14, 1970.... 

Glenn Cunningham 2d, Nebr May 8-10, 1970... 

O. C. Fisher 21st, Tex June 26-29, 1970 

Donald M. Fraser 5th, Minn June 10, 1970... ... 

Edith Green 3d, Oreg June 6-8, 1970 . 

Ray J. Madden 1st , lnd June 12-17, 1970 

Catherine May 4th, Wash.* June26. 1970 

John Melcher 2d, Mont June 30, 1970 

Claude Pepper 11th, Fla June3-4, 1970 . 

Do do June 5-7, 1970 

Howard W. Pollock At Large, Alaska* . June 26, 1970 

John V. Tunney 38th, Calif June 12-15, 1970 

Richard C. White 16th, Tex Feb. 20-23, 1970 

John H. Rousselot 24th, Calif June 14-17, 1970 

Page Belcher 1st, Okla June 26-28, 1970 

Patrick T. Caffery 3d, La.. June 22-27, 1970 

Tim Lee Carter. 5th, Ky Feb. 5-10, 1970 

Do .do Mar. 5-9, 1970 

Do ....do Mar. 26-Apr. 6, 1970 

Do. do May 7-11, 1970 

Do do May 21-31, 1970 .. 

Philip M. Crane 13th, III '. Mar. 24, 1970 

Do... _ _ do May 13, 1970 

Do do May 28-31, 1970 

Do do... June 26-27, 1970 

John Kyi 4th, Iowa.. _ June 11-14, 1970 

David Pryor 4th, Ark June 26-28, 1970 

Nea! Smith 5th, Iowa May 27-June2, 1970. 

31 1404 Clarence J. Brown 7th, Ohio Mar. 26-Apr. 5, 1970. 

Do do May 28-31, 1970 

•One way. 



994 
1002 



$153.46 

153.46 

134.90 

177.45 

67.20 

75.60 

67.20 

75.60 

276. 54 

105. 60 

105.60 

118.80 

139.95 

92.04 

92.04 

92.04 

92.04 

92.04 

92.04 

218.40 

218.40 

218.40 

218.40 

108. 15 

113.40 

120.60 

113.40 

106. 05 

112.35 

457. 38 

453. 54 

401.28 

342. 76 

40.60 

70.20 

81.20 

40.60 

86.95 

86.95 

65.45 

70.20 

81.20 

183.90 

246.78 

135.30 

354. 90 

174.30 

193.20 

164.28 

137.38 

137.38 

295.28 

368. 88 

218.48 

336.00 

180.60 

157.57 

185.20 

185.22 

185.20 

185.20 

185.20 

94.80 

94.80 

94.80 

94.80 

245.88 

165.90 

269. 64 

116.64 

116.64 



272 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 43b and 43b-l, 
as amended— Continued 



1970 
Aug. 31 1404 



Sept. 3 


1562 




1563 


9 


1579 




1580 




1581 




1589 


11 


1601 




1602 




1603 




1604 




1605 




1606 


18 


1697 



23 1823 



24 1836 



Oct. 6 2135 



Congressman 



Congressional district 



Date 



1st, Utah* Apr. 27, 1970 

3d, Ark Sept. 11-15, 1969. 



2157 
•One way. 



Laurence J. Burton.. 
John Paul Hammer- 
schmidt. 

Do .- .do. Oct. 9-13, 1969 

Do do Nov. 6-12, 1969 

Do do Dec. 22-31, 1969... 

Do do Jan. 10-19, 1970 

Do do Feb. 5-16, 1970 

Do do Mar. 5-11, 1970 

Do .do _ _ Apr. 1-7, 1970 

Do do May 7-11, 1970 

Do do.... June 11-15, 1970 

Robert E. Jones 8th, Ala.... May 23-28, 1970 

Do ....do June 11-17, 1970 

Ancher Nelsen 2d, Minn Apr. 10-13, 1970 

Do do Apr. 16-20, 1970 

Do do May 21-24, 1970 

Do . _ do. _ J u ne 5-8, 1 970 

Do do -. June 12-14, 1970.... 

Do.. do June 18-22, 1970. ... 

J. J. Pickle 10th, Tex.* June 14, 1970 

John V. Tunney 38th, Calif Apr. 12-June6, 1970. 

John Wold At Large, Wyo.* June 26, 1970 

Charles E. Wiggins 25th, Calif May 28-June 2, 1970. 

Do do.. June 11-14, 1970... 

W. S. (Bill)Stuckey, Jr... 8th, Ga./_ Apr. 10-16, 1970 

Do do.. May 8-12, 1970 

Do do June 4-10, 1970 

Charles C. Diggs, Jr 13th, Mich June 29-30, 1970 

Barber B. Conable, Jr 37th, N.Y Jan. 21-22, 1970 

Do do Feb. 28-Mar. 1,1970. 

Do.. ..-do Mar. 6-8, 1970 

Do do Apr. 7-8, 1970 

Do do _-.. May 1-3, 1970 

Do .do June 26-28, 1970 

Tom Bevill 7th, Ala June 4-8, 1970 

George Bush 7th, Tex June 11-21, 1970 

James G. O'Hara 12th, Mich May 26-27, 1970 

Do do June 5, 1970 

E. Ross Adair 4th, Ind Mar. 13-15, 1970 

Do do May 2-5, 1970 

Do do May 28-June 1, 1970. 

Do do June 6-8, 1970 

Leslie C. Arends 17th, III Feb. 5-7, 1970 

Do... do Feb. 20-22, 1970.... 

Do ...do Mar. 6-8, 1970 

George Bush 7th, Tex June 24-29, 1970 

Glenn Cunningham 2d, Nebr May 12-16, 1970 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn. 3d,S.C Apr. 30-May 4, 1970.. 

Bob Eckhardt 8th, Tex.* Apr. 30, 1970 

Do do May 8-10, 1970 

Do do May 28-31, 1970 

Do do* June 29, 1970 

Edwin W. Edwards 7th, La May 7-10, 1970 

Graham Purcell 13th, Tex June 6-8, 1970 

Mark Andrews-.. 1st, N. Dak Apr. 7-12, 1970 

Do. do* June 7, 1970 

William D. Ford 15th, Mich Feb. 21, 1970 

Do do Mar. 6-8, 1970 

Do do Mar. 21-22, 1970 

DelbertL. Latta_... 5th, Ohio* June 12, 1970 

Arnold Olsen 1st, Mont.... May 28-June 2, 1970. 

Do do June 26-28, 1970 

George E. Shipley 23d, III June 12-15, 1970 

John A. Blatnik... 8th, Minn... Apr. 4-6, 1970 

John N.Happy Camp 6th, Okla.* May 27, 1970... 

James M.Collins 3d, Tex May 11-24, 1970 

Do. do May 27-June 2, 1970. 

Edwin W. Edwards 7th, La.* June 18, 1970 

Marvin L. Esch 2d, Mich June 24-28, 1970 

Robert C. McEwen 31st, N.Y Apr. 24-27, 1970 

Do do May 8-12, 1970. 

Do do May 28-31, 1970 

Do do June 11-16, 1970 

William D. Hathaway 2d, Maine Jan. 4-15, 1970 



$157.11 
297.84 

297.84 

297.84 

297.84 

297.84 

297.84 

297.84 

297.84 

297.84 

297.84 

174.24 

174.24 

147.90 

164. 70 

147.90 

147.90 

164.70 

164.70 

90.75 

368. 82 

149.10 

354.90 

354.90 

174.58 

174.58 

174.58 

84.00 

74.37 

73.32 

74.37 

74.37 

98.16 

98.16 

103.80 

206. 85 

94.80 

94.80 

85.60 

85.60 

97.15 

97.15 

135.63 

135. 63 
128.40 
214.20 
185. 32 
100.35 
112.10 
173.80 
224.28 

86.98 

324.40 

229. 67 

195. 30 

185.05 

87.60 

87.60 

87.60 

64.20 

321.12 

326. 64 
173. 06 
207. 90 
174. 12 
128. 10 
132. 10 
162. 24 
129. 12 
132. 09 
126.72 
145. 32 
109. 50 
121.05 



273 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 43b and 43b-l, 
as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1970 

Oct. 8 2267 Glenn Cunningham 2d, Nebr June 11 15, 1970 $183.90 

Robert C. McEwen 31st, N.Y... May 21-25, 1970. 137.94 

Do.. .. do June 20-23, 1970 118.05 

JoeSkubitz 5th, Kans Apr. 10-12, 1970 211.29 

Do do Apr. 24-26, 1970 209.42 

Clement J. Zablocki 4th, Wis May 1-4, 1970 103.20 

Do.. do May 22-24, 1970 103.20 

13 2371 Laurence J. Burton 1st, Utah* - June25,1970 157.11 

16 2535 James M. Collins 3d, Tex.* June 30, 1970 64.96 

David W. Dennis 10th, I nd Feb. 10-14, 1970 148.70 

Do do Mar. 27-Apr. 5, 1970 144.38 

Jerry L. Pettis 33d, Calif.* June 2, 1970 185.34 

26 2674 Robert C. McEwen 31st, N.Y May 1-4, 1970 105.78 

Do.... ....do May 15-17, 1970 99.30 

30 2830 John B.Anderson... .. 16th, III May 29-June 1, 1970 111.60 

Do.. .do.... .. June 2-3, 1970. 111.60 

L. H. Fountain 2d, N.C 1969 750.00 

Richard C. White 16th, Tex.* June 30, 1970 100.80 

Tom Bevill 7th, Ala Apr. 2-6, 1970 97.50 

Bob Wilson 36th, Calif Jan. 5-7, 1970 364.90 

Do do Mar. 19-Apr. 2, 1970 364.90 

HenryS. Reuss 5th, Wis May 15-16, 1970 109.80 

Albert W. Watson 2d, S.C Apr. 9-13, 1970 71.40 

Do do May 14-19, 1970 71.40 

Do do June 11-16, 1970 71.40 

James C. Corman 22d, Calif Jan. 16-Feb. 15, 1970 705.78 

Do do __ Feb. 27-Mar. 1, 1970 266.00 

Do do Mar. 11-16, 1970 320.00 

Do do .. Apr. 16-20, 1970 276.80 

Do do Mar. 26-Apr. 6, 1970 266.00 

Frank E. Evans 3d, Colo June 26-28, 1970 217.35 

Patsy T. Mink. At Large, Hawaii June 4-7, 1970 '65.87 

Thomas L. Ashley.. 9th, Ohio May 28-31, 1970 118.32 

Do .do June 12-16, 1970 118.32 

JohnT.Myers. 7th, I nd Jan. 29-Feb. 1, 1970 168.00 

Do do Feb. 5-22, 1970 168.00 

Do do . Mar. 19-23, 1970 168.00 

Do do Apr. 23-26, 1970 168.00 

Do do May 28-Juhe 1, 1970 168.00 

W. R. Poage. 11th, Tex Feb. 20-22, 1970 183.60 

Do do June4-7,1970 183.60 

3449 Tom Bevill 7th, Ala Apr. 21-23, 1970. 94.50 

8 3555 Harold R. Collier. .. . 10th, III.* _ June 30. 1970 64.54 

Orval Hansen.. 2d, Idaho .. May 8-11, 1970 303.45 

Bill Nichols 4th, Ala Apr. 22-27, 1970 198.10 

Do do May 1-6, 1970 198.10 

Do do June 25-29, 1970 198.10 

3586 Richard C. White. 16th, Tex Feb. 5-15, 1970 186.38 

10 3674 Edward Hutchinson... 4th, Mich Jan. 5-13, 1970 112.35 

Do do Feb. 11-15, 1970 112.35 

Do do Mar. 27-Apr. 5, 1970 108.15 

Do " do May 1-3, 1970 110.25 

Do do ... May8-10,1970 119.70 

Do do May 15-17, 1970.. 119.70 

Do... do. . May 27-31, 1970 112.35 

Do do June 12-14, 1970 113.40 

14 3755 Ray Blanton 7th, Tenn... May 14-17, 1970 127.11 

3760 Ed Foreman 2d, N. Mex May 21-25, 1970.. _ 517.44 

16 3772 Laurence J. Burton 1st, Utah* May 3. 1970 152.67 

Charles W. Whalen, Jr.... 3d, Ohio Jan. 15-19, 1970... 69.30 

Do . . do Feb. 10-14, 1970... 69.30 

Do do Mar. 17-18,1970 69.30 

Do do - Apr. 23-26, 1970 69.30 

3774 William H. Ayres.... 14th, Ohio Jan. 9-11, 1970 85.56 

Do do Feb. 13-15, 1970 85.56 

Do ...do Mar. 20-22, 1970 85.56 

Do do Apr. 3-5, 1970... 85.56 

Do .. . ..do May 20-24, 1970 85.56 

Do do . June 13-15, 1970 85.56 

3924 William L. Dickinson 2d, Ala.* Apr. 8, 1970 68.25 

30 3980 John A. Blatnik. 8th, Minn Jan. 22-25, 1970 144.90 

JamesG. O'Hara 12th, Mich... Mar. 21-22, 1970.... 86.40 

Do do May30, 1970 94.80 

Garner E.Shriver.. 4th, Kans Jan. 28-Feb. 1. 1970 168.00 

Do do Mar. 20-21, 1970 193.20 



Nov. 


9 


3096 
3097 




12 


3126 




13 


3168 




18 


3208 




19 


3221 
3222 
3223 
3224 
3225 




23 


3294 
3295 


Dec. 


1 


3443 



'Supplemental to voucher No. 8384 paid on June 15, 1970. 
*One way. 



274 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 43b and 43b-l, 
as amended— Continued 



1970 
Dec. 30 



3980 



3994 



15 


237 


21 


373 




376 


22 


394 



Congressman 



Congressional district 



Date 



3997 
3998 



July 10 202 
208 
209 

13 213 

14 222 
224 



Roberto. Tiernan 2d, R.I Jan. 22-26. 1970 

Do do _ Feb. 5-9, 1970 

Do ....do Mar. 5-9, 1970 

Do... do Apr. 9-13, 1970 

Do do May 7-11, 1970 

Do do June 11-15, 1970 

John M. Zwach... 6th, Minn.__ Mar. 13-17, 1970 

Do do Apr. 10-12, 1970 

Do do May 1-3, 1970 

Do do May27-Junel, 1970.. 

Do... do. June 4-7, 1970 

David W. Dennis 10th, Ind Mar.6-7, 1970 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn. 3d, S.C_.._ May 14-18, 1970 

Alton Lennon 7th, N.C Jan. 30-Feb. 1, 1970.. 

Do do Feb. 11-16, 1970 

Do do..:.... Mar. 23-Apr. 9, 1970.. 

Do do._._ May 6-11, 1970 

Do do May 14-17, 1970 

Do do.. May 21-25, 1970 

Do do June 4-8, 1970 

Richard L. Roudebush 5th, Ind Jan. 30-Feb. 2, 1970.. 

Do.. do Mar. 6-9, 1970 

Philip E. Ruppe 11th, Mich _. Apr. 15-22, 1970 

Do. do.... June 15-17, 1970 

Garner E. Shriver 4th, Kans Mar. 28-30, 1970 

Arnold Olsen. 1st, Mont Aug. 23-Sept. 4, 1969. 

Do do July 17-29, 1969 

Refund of prior period from Congressman Claude Pepper 

Refund of prior period from Congressman Sidney R. Yates... _ 

Refund of prior period from Congressman Donald W. Riegle, Jr 

Adjustments from prior period _ _ _ 



John E. Moss 3d, Calif 

Otto E. Passman 5th, La 

Julia Butler Hansen 3d, Wash.*.. 

Cornelius E.Gallagher 13th, N.J... 

Julia Butler Hansen 3d, Wash.*.. 

Tom Bevill 7th, Ala 

Richard Boiling 5th, Mo 

James A. Burke 11th, Mass.. 

DelClawson 23d, Calif... 

Edward J. Derwinski 4th, III 

Joshua Eilberg 4th, Pa 

Henry B.Gonzalez 20th, Tex... 

Kenneth J. Gray 21st, III 

Charles S.Gubser 10th, Calif.. 

Durward G. Hall 7th, Mo 

Harold T. Johnson 2d, Calif 

Joseph E. Karth 4th, Minn... 

Robert W. Kastenmeier... 2d, Wis 

Sherman P. Lloyd 2d, Utah 

John S. Monagan 5th, Conn... 

Dan Rostenkowski 8th, III 

Keith G. Sebelius . 1st, Kans... 

Sidney R. Yates 9th, III 

Wilbur D. Mills 2d, Ark 

James C. Corman 22d, Calif.. _ 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr 4th, La 

John M. Ashbrook 17th, Ohio.. 

Charles E. Bennett 3d, Fla 

E. Y. Berry 2d,S. Dak.*. 

Hale Boggs... 2d, La 

J. Herbert Burke 10th, Fla... 

Bill D. Burlison 10th, Mo 

Glenn R. Davis 9th, Wis 

Robert V. Denney 1st, Nebr... 

Gerald R. Ford. 5th, Mich... 

Richard T. Hanna 34th, Calif.. 

Chet Holifield 19th, Calif.. 

William L. Hungate 9th, Mo 

Ed Jones 8th, Tenn... 

Richard D. McCarthy 39th, N.Y... 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr.... 11th, Calif.. 
John J. McFall 15th, Calif.. 



uly 1-6, 1970. 
uly 1-8, 1970. 
uly 1, 1970... 
970 



uly 11, 1970 

uly 2-6, 1970 

uly 3-4, 1970 

uly 2-5, 1970 

uly 3-6, 1970 

uly 1-5, 1970 

970 

uly 1-5, 1970 

uly 3-6, 1970 

uly 1-3,1970 

uly 2-6, 1970 

uly 1-5, 1970 

uly 3-4, 1970 

uly 3-5, 1970 

uly 1-6, 1970. 

uly 3-6, 1970 

uly 1-5, 1970 

uly 2-5, 1970 _. 

uly 1-6, 1970 

une 30-July 6, 1970. 

uly 2-5, 1970 

uly 1-6, 1970 

uly 1-6, 1970 

uly 4-6, 1970 

uly 7, 1970. 

uly 2-7, 1970 

uly 1-6, 1970 

uly 1-7, 1970 

uly 1-5, 1970 

uly 2-5, 1970 

uly 3-4, 1970 

uly 2-5, 1970 

uly 2-5, 1970 

uly 6-8, 1970 

uly 1-6, 1970 

uly 1-2, 1970 

uly 1-5, 1970 

uly 1-7, 1970 



404. 60 
265. 68 
195. 24 
750.00 
193. 20 
117.20 
181.20 
127.02 
378. 24 
184. 42 
750. 00 
191.00 
216.88 
392. 40 
294. 50 
339.44 
171.00 
128.00 
437.62 

94.86 
193.70 
322. 32 
'131.50 
159.75 
416.00 
215.60 
102.86 
109.11 
215.71 
157.80 
176.00 
228.91 
132.00 
219.20 
126.40 
354. 90 
366. 00 
126.40 
213.00 

93.72 
366. 00 
366. 00 



i $131.50 refunded Sept. 18, 1970. 
* One way. 



275 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 43b and 43b-l 
as amended— Continued 



1970 
July 22 



Congressman 



Congressional district 



394 



David R. Obey 7th, Wis . 

Arnold Olsen 1st, Mont 

Tom Steed __ 4th, Okla 

Sam Steiger 3d, Ariz. 

Burt L. Talcott 12th. Calif 

Charles M. Teague 13th, Calif 

Al Ullman . 2d, Oreg 

Charles E.Wiggins 25th, Calif.*... 

23 467 Brock Adams 7th, Wash 

Frank Annunzio 7th, III. 

Walter S. Baring At Large, Nev. 

William A. Barrett 1st, Pa 

Ben B. Blackburn 4th, Ga 

Ray Blanton 7th, Tenn 

John Brademas 3d, Ind 

Jack Brinkley 3d, Ga 

George E. Brown, Jr 29th, Calif 

John C. Culver 2d, Iowa* 

Jack Edwards 1st, Ala 

Joe L. Evins 4th, Tenn.* 

Gerald R. Ford 5th, Mich 

William J.Green 5th, Pa 

James A. Haley 7th, Fla 

James F. Hastings 38th, N.Y 

Floyd V. Hicks. 6th, Wash.. 

Phil M. Landrum... . . 9th, Ga.* 

Robert McClory 12th, III 

Clark MacGregor 3d, Minn.. 

Chester L. Mize 2d, Kans 

G. V. (Sonny) Montgomery. 4th, Miss 

Carl D. Perkins 7th, Ky... 

Alexander Pirnie 32d, N.Y 

Wm. J. Randall 4th, Mo.* 

Philip E. Ruppe 11th, Mich 

Robert L. F. Sikes 1st, Fla.* 

B. F.Sisk 16th, Calif... 

James W. Symington 2d, Mo 

Ed Foreman... . 2d, N. Mex 

Bill Chappell, Jr 4th, Fla 

Bill Alexander 1st, Ark 

Mark Andrews 1st, N. Dak 

Alphonzo Bell 28th, Calif.* 

Donald G. Brotzman 2d, Colo 

Laurence J. Burton... 1st, Utah* 

Bob Casey 22d, Tex.* 

James C. Cleveland 2d, N.H 

James J. Delaney 9th, N.Y.. 

John Dellenback 4th Oreg 

Do do 

John D. Dingell 16th, Mich 

Paul Findley 20th, III. 

Don Fuqua 2d, Fla 

Barry M. Goldwater, Jr. 27th, Calif.* 

G. Elliott Hagan 1st, Ga. 

Augustus F. Hawkins. 21st, Calif 

Frank Horton 36th N.Y 

Joseph E. Karth... .... 4th, Minn 

Robert W. Kastenmeier 2d, Wis 

Peter N. Kyros 1st. Maine 

Sherman P. Lloyd .2d, Utah 

Manuel Lujan, Jr . 1st, N. Mex 

James R. Mann. . 4th, S.C 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.. 18th, Calif .... 

Wiley Mayne 6th, Iowa 

Do do 

G. V. (Sonny) Montgomery. 4th, Miss 

Ben Reifel 1st, S. Dak 

Philip E. Ruppe ... 11th, Mich 
Fernand J. St Germain . 1st, R.I 
Henry C. Schadeberg.. .. 1st, Wis. 
Herman T. SchneebelL. 17th, Pa 
Robert T. Stafford. .. .. At Large, Vt 
Williiiam A. Stegier 6 th,Wis 

Do do 

Burt L. Talcott 12th, Calif 

Al Ullman 2d, Oreg 

Jamie L. Whitten 2d, Miss 



505 
575 
608 



Date 

uly 1-6, 1970 . 
uly 1-5, 1970... 
uly 1-6, 1970 . 
uly 1-5. 1970... 
uly 1-7, 1970... 
uly 1-6, 1970... 
uly 2-5, 1970... 

uly 1, 1970 

uly 9-12, 1970.. 
uly 9-13, 1970.. 

uly 8, 1970 

970 

uly 9-13, 1970.. 
uly 9-14, 1970.. 
uly 10-12, 1970. 
uly 9-13, 1970.. 
uly 2-10, 1970.. 

uly 6, 1970 

uly 1-6, 1970... 

uly 5, 1970 

uly 10-11, 1970. 
970 



uly 1-6,1970... 
uly 10-13, 1970. 
uly 9-12, 1970.. 

uly 7, 1970 

uly 9-12, 1970.. 
uly 9-13, 1970.. 
uly 9-13, 1970... 
uly 6-7, 1970... 
uly 1-5,1970... 
uly 2-6, 1970... 

uly 5, 1970 

uly 2-6, 1970... 

uly 5,1970 

uly 8-12, 1970... 
uly 10-13, 1970.. 
uly 1-8,1970.... 
uly 2-5, 1970.... 
uly 3-5, 1970.... 
uly 8-13, 1970... 

uly 12, 1970 

uly 17-19, 1970. 

uly 7, 1970 

uly 12, 1970 

uly 16-20 1970.. 

970 

uly 1-6, 1970.... 
uly 16-20, 1970.. 
uly 9-15, 1970... 
uly 12-13, 1970.. 
uly 1-5, 1970.... 

uly 6, 1970 

uly 1-6, 1970.... 
uly 15-20, 1970 
uly 17-19, 1970.. 
uly 19-21, 1970. 
uly 17-19, 1970. 
uly 3-5, 1970.... 
uly 11-15, 1970.. 
jly 16-19, 1970 . 
uly 9-15, 1970... 
uly 1-6, 1970..-. 
uly 1-6, 1970... 
uly 9-13, 1970... 

uly 21. 1970 

uly 8-15, 1970... 
uly 9-14, 1970... 
uly 9-14, 1970... 
uly 1-7, 1970.... 

970.. 

uly 17-19, 1970.. 
uly 3 4, 1970 ... 
uly 17-19, 1970.. 
uly 16-19, 1970.. 
uly 16-21, 1970.- 
uly 17-19, 1970. 



$192.91 
349. 40 
222. 74 
316. 00 

375. 36 
366. 00 
383. 52 
336.41 

376. 00 
132. 75 
183. 73 
750. 00 
154.90 
231.00 
160. 00 
102. 00 
376. 00 

82.16 
252.60 

78.12 
126. 40 
750. 00 
169. 39 

99.00 
366. 00 

56.44 
101.52 
172.00 
176. 40 
180.00 
135. 48 
101.50 
136.51 
198. 00 
118.80 
388. 00 
146.00 
517.44 
183. 16 
158.40 
234. 40 
177.45 
262.20 
162.16 

93.60 
119.80 
750.00 
363.00 
346. 00 
136.20 
146.00 
148.00 
177.45 
153.46 
373.00 
91.68 
172.00 
154.00 
143.64 
307.00 
220.00 
121.90 
177.45 
222. 04 
233.56 
156.00 
374.96 
175.00 
105.60 
217.52 
750.00 
131.16 
139. 00 
141.00 
375.36 
397. 92 
172.80 



* One way. 



276 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 43b and 43b-l, 
as amended— Continued 



863 



1970 
Aug. 6 

10 898 

11 930 
935 
937 

12 959 



975 
977 
978 
979 
995 
996 
999 
1000 



Congressman 



Congressional district 



Date 



John Young 14th, Tex Aug. 4-5, 1970 

Elford A. Cederberg 10th, Mich July 24-26, 1970 

Jack Brinkley 3d, Ga Aug. 6-10, 1970 

Charles S. Gubser 10th, Calif Aug. 8-10, 1970 

JohnS. Monagan 5th. Conn Aug. 7-11, 1970 

Brock Adams 7th. Wash July 23-26, 1970 

Garry Brown 3d. Mich __. _ July 17-20. 1970 

George E. Brown, Jr 29th, Calif July 24-27, 1970 

Omar Burleson--. 17th, Tex July 17-21, 1970 

Jeffery Cohelan 7th, Calif July 24-26. 1970 

William M. Colmer 5th, Miss.. July 1. 1970 

Eligio de la Garza 15th. Tex July 16-20, 1970 

Bob Eckhardt 8th. Tex.___ July 23-26, 1970 

John N. Erlenborn .. 14th, III July 23-25, 1970 

Frank E. Evans 3d, Colo July 24-26, 1970 

Hamilton Fish, Jr 28th, N.Y July 9-14, 1970.. __ 

Donald M. Fraser. 5th, Minn July 1-6, 1970 

Sam Gibbons 6th, Fla July 9-11, 1970 

Do do. July 16-20, 1970 

Do do July 23-27, 1970 

Harold T.Johnson 2d, Calif _. July 30- Aug. 2, 1970. 

Carleton J. King 30th, N.Y... July 17-19, 1970 

Odin Langen 7th, Minn _ July 17-19, 1970 

Sherman P. Lloyd. 2d, Utah July 23-Aug. 2, 1970. 

Jack H. McDonald 19th, Mich July 24-26, 1970 

Ray J. Madden 1st, Ind July 2-7, 1970 

Do do July 16-20, 1970.... 

George H. Mahon 19th, Tex.. July 23-26, 1970 

William S. Mailliard 6th, Calif July 21-28, 1970 

Catherine May.... 4th, Wash.*... July 3, 1970 

John Melcher. 2d, Mont.* July 6, 1970 

Abner J. Mikva 2d, III July 2-6, 1970 

HenryS. Reuss 5th, Wis July 10-12, 1970 

Byron G. Rogers. 1st, Colo July 20-26, 1970 

Edward R. Roybal 30th, Calif July 17-20, 1970 

Philip E. Ruppe... 11th, Mich July 18-20, 1970 

William J. Scherle 7th, Iowa... July 24-26, 1970 

Robert T. Stafford At Large, Vt July 24-26, 1970 

Sam Steiger. 3d, Ariz.. July 23-26, 1970 

Louis Stokes 21st, Ohio July 16-19, 1970 

Frank A. Stubblefield 1st, Ky July 24-26, 1970 

Vernon W. Thomson 3d, Wis July 25-26, 1970 

Jerome R. Waldie 14th, Calif July 23-26, 1970 

Alphonzo Bell 28th, Calif July 30-Aug. 2, 1970. 

Bob Wilson 36th, Calif. July 31-Aug. 3, 1970. 

Guy Vander Jagt 9th, Mich July 10-12, 1970 

Glenn R.Davis 9th, Wis July 23-26, 1970 

John H. Rousselot 24th, Calif July 13-16, 1970 

Do do Aug. 13-17, 1970 

F. Edward Hgbert 1st, La July 17-22, 1970 

William R.Anderson 6th, Tenn July 17-21, 1970 

Do do Aug. 1-10, 1970 

Charles E. Bennett 3d, Fla Aug. 9, 1970 

E. Y. Berry 2d, S. Dak July 29-Aug. 3, 1970. 

John Brademas 3d, Ind July 31-Aug. 2, 1970. 

Wm. S. Broomfield 18th, Mich. Aug. 1-4, 1970 

Do do Aug. 9, 1970 

Donald G. Brotzman 2d, Colo July 24-26, 1970 

Del Clawson 23d, Calif July 31-Aug. 2, 1970. 

John Conyers, Jr 1st, Mich.. July 16-21, 1970 

John D. Dingell 16th, Mich July 31-Aug. 5, 1970. 

John Dowdy. 2d, Tex.* July 2-6, 1970 

Jack Edwards 1st, Ala Aug. 7-11, 1970 

Thomas S. Foley 5th, Wash July 10-12, 1970 

Sam Gibbons... 6th, Fla July 31-Aug. 3, 1970.. 

H. R. Gross 3d, Iowa July 24-26. 1970 

DurwardG. Hall 7th, Mo Aug. 1-4. 1970 

James F. Hastings 38th, N.Y. _ Aug. 6-10, 1970 

Augustus F. Hawkins 21st, Calif July 31-Aug. 3, 1970.. 

William L Hungate 9th, Mo Aug. 1-5, 1970 

Joseph E. Karth 4th, Minn.... July 29-30, 1970 

RobertW. Kastenmeier... 2d, Wis July 31-Aug. 2, 1970.. 

F. Edward H6bert. 1st, La.* Aug. 6, 1970. _. 

Abraham Kazen, Jr 23d, Tex Aug. 6-9. 1970 

John Kyi. 4th, Iowa July 23-27, 1970 _ .. 

Donald E. Lukens 24th, Ohio July 2-7, 1970 

Do ...do. July 31-Aug. 5, 1970.. 



$242. 00 
104.00 
105. 00 
392. 40 

94.86 
376. 00 
143.40 
376. 00 
246. 00 
376. 00 

76.80 
298. 00 
232. 00 
120.00 
240. 00 

96.00 
141.00 
130. 00 
130.00 
130. 00 
406.08 
117.80 
273.00 
307. 00 
150.06 
174.30 
174.30 

260. 00 
366. 00 
199. 92 
137.00 
108. 00 
111.00 
255. 00 
329. 00 
227. 48 
309. 64 
117.16 
316.00 

75.92 
116.00 
162.40 
292. 00 
366. 00 
376. 00 
155.95 
132.00 
345. 80 
345. 80 

189. 60 
190.32 

190. 32 
102.00 
295. 00 
160. 00 

88.00 
88.00 

261. 50 
378. 24 
141.38 
136.20 
168. 00 
252. 60 
429. 36 
146.00 

126. 00 
294. 50 

99.00 
376. 00 

126.40 
172. 00 
140.00 

94.80 
270.00 
191.92 

127. 56 
127. 56 



*One way. 



277 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 43b and 43b-l, 
as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1970 

Aug. 18 1000 Jack H. McDonald 19th, Mich... Aug. 12. 1970 $150.06 

Clark MacGregor 3d, Minn July 30-Aug. 4, 1970 172.00 

James R. Mann 4th. S.C... July 29-Aug. 3, 1970. 121.90 

Dave Martin 3d, Nebr. Aug. 7-9. 1970 209.92 

Spark M. Matsunaga At Large, Hawaii July 29-Aug. 3, 1970 711.52 

Catherine May 4th. Wash Aug. 7-9, 1970 366.00 

G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery. 4th, Miss.* July 17, 1970 72.00 

Thomas M. Pelly 1st, Wash July 23-Aug. 6, 1970 443.20 

Philip J. Philbin 3d, Mass 1970 750.00 

Do do 1969 750.00 

J. J. Pickle 10th, Tex July 17-19, 1970 233.20 

Melvin Price... _. 24th, III July 17-18, 1970 145.00 

Do do Aug. 6-9, 1970 212.06 

John R. Rarick 6th, La.' July 1, 1970 93.00 

Thomas M. Rees 26th, Calif July 30-Aug. 2, 1970 366.00 

Charlotte T. Reid 15th, III July 24-26, 1970 133.40 

Philip E. Ruppe 11th, Mich July 25-26, 1970 192.48 

John G. Schmitz 35th, Calif July 31-Aug. 2, 1970 381. 60 

Garner E. Shriver 4th, Kans July 31-Aug. 5, 1970 200.00 

Neal Smith... 5th, Iowa July 30-Aug. 2, 1970. 171.52 

Robert T. Stafford At Large, Vt July 31-Aug. 10, 1970 129.16 

William A. Steiger.. 6th, Wis July 24-27, 1970 142.00 

Lionel Van Deerlin 37th, Calif.. July 30-Aug. 3, 1970 339.00 

Charles H. Wilson 31st, Calif July 30-Aug. 4, 1970 366.00 

Larry Winn, Jr 3d, Kans July 3-5, 1970 140.00 

20 1084 Julia Butler Hansen 3d, Wash.* Aug. 12, 1970 195.24 

21 1171 John Young 14th, Tex Aug. 17-21, 1970 266.00 

24 1219 Richard Boiling 5th, Mo Aug.3-8, 1970 178.20 

John C. Culver 2d, Iowa Aug. 6-9, 1970 176.00 

Tim Lee Carter 5th, Ky July 1-6, 1970 185.28 

Do do July 23-27, 1970 185.28 

Do do Aug. 7-11, 1970 185.28 

Robert V. Denney 1st, Nebr Aug. 8-10, 1970 219.20 

Henry B.Gonzalez 20th, Tex Aug. 6-9, 1970 239.00 

Lee H. Hamilton 9th, Ind July 2-6, 1970 130.43 

Do._ do July 23-26, 1970.. 104.00 

Chet Holifield 19th, Calif Aug. 6-9, 1970 366.00 

Phil M. Landrum 9th, Ga.* Aug. 2, 1970 47.74 

Do .do Aug.3, 1970 58.00 

Delbert L. Latta 5th, Ohio July 12-16, 1970 128.50 

Clark MacGregor 3d, Minn Aug. 6-11, 1970 172.00 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.. 18th, Calif July 30-Aug. 3, 1970 366.00 

Albert H. Quie 1st, Minn July 31-Aug. 1, 1970 170.73 

Philip E. Ruppe 11th, Mich July 30-Aug. 4, 1970 198.00 

Jerome R. Waldie 14th, Calif Aug. 6-9, 1970 329. 00 

31 1402 Otto E. Passman 5th, La Aug. 6-31, 1970. 265.68 

1407 BrockAdams ..7th, Wash Aug. 14-17, 1970 376.00 

Wayne N.Aspinall 4th, Colo Aug. 7-9, 1970 _ 269.00 

Walters. Baring At Large, Nev _ Aug. 13. 1970 _. 344.00 

Clarence J. Brown 7th, Ohio July 2-5, 1970.... 116.64 

J. Herbert Burke 10th, Fla _ Aug. 6-10, 1970 176.00 

Laurence J. Burton 1st, Utah* July 13, 1970 162.16 

Do do July 17, 1970 157.72 

Do do July 28, 1970 162.16 

James C. Cleveland 2d, N.H ._ Aug. 6-10, 1970. .__ 101.80 

William L. Dickinson 2d, Ala July 1-10, 1970 199.44 

Don Edwards 9th, Calif July 1-6, 1970 381.60 

Do do July 30-Aug. 3, 1970 381.60 

John Paul Hammer- 3d, Ark July 1-6, 1970 297.84 

schmidt. 

Floyd V. Hicks 6th, Wash.* Aug. 14, 1970 185.50 

Chet Holifield 19th, Calif.* Aug. 14, 1970.... 183.00 

JohnJarman.. 5th, Okla.* July 31, 1970 104.60 

Do do Aug. 4, 1970.. 104.60 

Do do.. Aug. 14, 1970 104.60 

Robert E.Jones 8th, Ala July 2-9, 1970 174.24 

Robert L. Leggett 4th, Calif July 2-7, 1970.... 366.00 

Do do.... Aug.6-9, 1970 366.00 

Patsy T. Mink At Large, Hawaii* Aug. 14, 1970 351.23 

Ancher Nelsen. _ 2d, Minn Aug. 6-9, 1970 170.60 

Melvin Price 24th, III.. ... Aug. 14-20, 1970 212.06 

Robert Price _ 18th, Tex.* Aug. 9, 1970 138.27 

Byron G. Rogers 1st, Colo .. Aug. 6-12, 1970 265.00 

* One way. 



278 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 43b and 43b- 1, 
as amended— Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1970 

Aug. 31 1407 Philip E. Ruppe.. 11th, Mich... Aug. 6-10, 1970 $194.00 

Al Ullman 2d, Oreg Aug. 6-9, 1970 402.00 

William C. Wampler 9th, Va July 23-27, 1970 96.60 

Do ....do Aug. 6-10, 1970 96.60 

Bob Wilson 36th, Calif July 3-5, 1970 376.00 

Larry Winn, Jr. 3d, Kans July 31-Aug. 3, 1970 140.00 

John Wold At Large, Wyo.* July 6, 1970 124.95 

Sidney R. Yates 9th, III July 16-20, 1970 '131.50 

Sept. 8 1578 Jack Brinkley__ 3d, Ga Aug. 14-Sept. 8, 1970 145.56 

9 1582 W. S. (Bill) Stuckey, Jr... 8th, Ga July 1-7, 1970. __ 174.58 

1583 Do do Aug. 6-11, 1970 174.58 

1585 Daniel E. Button 29th, N.Y Aug. 1-3, 1970 103.50 

Edward J. Derwinski 4th, III Aug. 17-22, 1970 96.00 

Richard Fulton 5th, Tenn Aug. 19-24, 1970 116.00 

Thomas S. Kleppe 2d, N. Dak._ July 31-Aug. 3, 1970 278. 32 

Do _ do Aug. 6-11. 1970 317.88 

Dan Kuykendall 9th, Tenn July 23-25, 1970 116.00 

Spark M. Matsunaga At Large, Hawaii Aug. 20-25, 1970 711.52 

Robert L. F. Sikes 1st. Fla Aug. 14-22, 1970 237.60 

Jerome R. Waldie 14th, Calif Aug. 15-25, 1970 292.00 

10 1590 Charles C. Diggs, Jr. 13th, Mich July 7-10, 1970 88.00 

1591 Do do July 14-20, 1970. 88.00 

1592 Do.. do Aug. 2-10, 1970 88.00 

1593 John E. Moss 3d, Calif.... Aug. 23-Sept. 8, 1970 404.60 

11 1607 Barber B.Conable, J r 37th, N.Y July 1-5, 1970 __ 98.16 

1608 Do. do... July 31-Aug. 2, 1970.. 98.16 

1609 Do _ do Aug. 14-Sept. 3. 1970 98.16 

14 1621 John Young 14th, Tex Sept. 9-11, 1970... 307.00 

1622 Bill Chappell, Jr 4th, Fla Aug. 13-22, 1970 158.24 

15 1668 Laurence J. Burton _. 1st, Utah* Aug. 4, 1970 162.16 

1669 JoeD. Waggonner, Jr 4th, La Aug. 15-Sept. 8, 1970 271.56 

16 1670 Ben B. Blackburn ___4th,Ga Sept. 7-13, 1970 154.90 

1679 George W. Andrews 3d, Ala Aug. 14-Sept. 8, 1970 205.92 

Charles E. Bennett.. 3d, Fla. Aug. 23-30, 1970 208.24 

Tom Bevill 7th, Ala Aug. 12-30, 1970 204.84 

Ben B. Blackburn 4th, Ga..._ Aug. 14-30, 1970 154.90 

HaleBoggs 2d, La.* Sept. 4, 1970 78.96 

Garry Brown 3d, Mich. _ Aug. 8-11, 1970 125.60 

Bill D. Burlison.. ._ 10th, Mo Aug. 14-28, 1970 234.66 

Jeffery Cohelan 7th, Calif.. Aug. 15-20, 1970 376.00 

Glenn R. Davis 9th, Wis Aug. 17-26, 1970 224.94 

Paul Findley 20th, III Aug. 7-9, 1970 128.00 

Hamilton Fish, Jr 28th, N.Y.. ._ Aug. 11-13, 1970 96.00 

Walter Flowers 5th, Ala... Aug. 14-Sept. 7, 1970 228.70 

Donald M. Fraser 5th, Minn.. Aug. 6-10, 1970 141.00 

Don Fuqua 2d, Fla Aug. 14-29, 1970.. 232.54 

Sam Gibbons 6th, Fla Aug. 14-Sept. 3, 1970 184. 16 

Jacob H. Gilbert 22d, N.Y 1970 750.00 

Kenneth J. Gray 21st, III _. Aug. 21-24, 1970 215.68 

John Paul 3d, Ark _. Aug. 7-24, 1970 297.84 

Hammerschmidt. 

Orval Hansen. 2d, Idaho Aug. 14-30, 1970 312.12 

William D. Hathaway 2d, Maine Aug. 21-30, 1970 158.16 

Augustus F. Hawkins 21st, Calif Sept. 3-8, 1970 376.00 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr 11th, Ind Aug. 21-Sept. 2, 1970 147.50 

Harold T. Johnson 2d, Calif.*. Aug. 14, 1970 346.17 

Robert E. Jones 8th, Ala Aug. 6-11, 1970 174.24 

Abraham Kazen, Jr 23d, Tex Aug. 15-31, 1970 449.14 

Dan Kuykendall 9th, Tenn... _ Aug. 15-20,1970... 222.48 

Peter N. Kyros 1st, Maine Aug. 14-31, 1970 143.40 

James A. McClure 1st, Idaho Aug. 6-9, 1970 331.00 

John J. McFall 15th, Calif. Aug. 18-29, 1970 292.00 

Clark MacGregor 3d, Minn Aug. 13-Sept. 8, 1970 138.00 

Dave Martin... 3d, Nebr... Aug. 26-Sept. 6, 1970 345.34 

John Melcher. 2d, Mont July 16-20, 1970. ._ 244.96 

George P. Miller 8th, Calif. Aug. 14-Sept. 1, 1970 381. 50 

G. V. (Sonny) 4th, Miss Aug. 13-Sept. 4, 1970 236.02 

Montgomery. 

William H. Natcher 2d, Ky Aug. 14-Sept. 8, 1970 131.36 

Lucien N. Nedzi 14th, Mich Aug. 15-Sept. 6, 1970 142.74 

James G. O'Hara 12th, Mich July 18-19, 1970 98.80 



* One way. 

'$131.50 refunded Sept. 2, 1970. 



279 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 43b and 43b-l, 
as amended— Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1970 

Sept. 16 1679 Alexander Pirnie 32d, N.Y Aug. 17-Sept. 8, 1970 $101.50 

Ben Reifel 1st, S. Dak Aug. 6-Sept. 8, 1970 374.96 

HenryS.Reuss 5th, Wis Aug. 14-Sept. 7, 1970 ... 135.00 

Paul G. Rogers 9th, Fla._ _. Aug. 15-23, 1970 149.00 

H. Allen Smith 20th, Calif. _ Aug. 14-Sept. 6, 1970.. 366.00 

At Ullman 2d, Oreg Aug. 17 29. 1970 448.92 

Jamie L Whitten 2d, Miss Aug. 14-Sept. 6, 1970 250.56 

18 1699 Julia Butler Hansen 3d, Wash.* Sept. 15, 1970 193.20 

22 1775 John H. Buchanan, Jr 6th, Ala Aug. 13-31, 1970 195.70 

23 1825 E.Ross Adair 4th, Ind July 10-13, 1970 101.00 

Do .do July 26-28, 1970 108.00 

Brock Adams 7th, Wash Aug. 23-Sept. 2, 1970. 376.00 

Bill Alexander 1st, Ark.._ Sept. 7-8, 1970 158.40 

Leslie C. Arends 17th, III July 24-27, 1970. 138.16 

Wayne N. Aspinall 4th, Colo Aug. 15, 1970.... 399.68 

Alphonzo Bell 28th, Calif... Aug. 13-Sept. 8, 1970 366.00 

E. Y. Berry 2d,S. Dak Aug. 13-31, 1970 432.74 

Jackson E. Betts 8th, Ohio Aug. 14-26, 1970 124.98 

Frank T. Bow 16th, Ohio 1970 750.00 

Donald G. Brotzman 2d, Colo Aug. 14-16, 1970 261.70 

George E. Brown, Jr 29th, Calif Aug. 14-Sept. 5, 1970 376.00 

Elford A. Cederberg 10th, Mich. Aug. 14-31, 1970. ___. 169.52 

Del Clawson 23d, Calif Aug. 15-Sept. 9, 1970 378.24 

Jorge L. Cordova (Res. Comm.) P.R Aug. 15-Sept. 7, 1970 198.00 

John C. Culver 2d, Iowa. Aug. 15-Sept. 8, 1970 155.00 

Edward J. Derwinski 4th, III Sept. 1-8, 1970.... _. 184.42 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn. 3d,S.C Aug. 9-14, 1970 130.90 

Edwin W. Edwards 7th, La Aug. 5-Sept. 5, 1970 324.48 

John N. Erlenborn 14th, III.. Aug. 17-18, 1970. 120.00 

Marvin L. Esch 2d, Mich. July 1-6, 1970 94.00 

Do do July 30-Aug. 3, 1970 94.00 

Do ....do... Aug. 14-18, 1970.. 94.00 

Frank E. Evans 3d, Colo Aug. 14-Sept. 9, 1970 225.00 

William D. Ford 15th, Mich Sept. 3-8, 1970 137.28 

Charles H. Griffin 3d, Miss Aug. 13-Sept. 9, 1970 265.20 

LeeH. Hamilton 9th, Ind ___. Aug. 18-31, 1970 156.86 

Chet Holifield 19th, Calif.* Sept. 8, 1970.... 183.00 

Frank Horton 36th, N.Y Aug. 7-9, 1970 91.68 

Richard H. Ichord.. 8th, Mo Sept. 7-8, 1970 180.80 

Sherman P. Lloyd 2d, Utah Aug. 13-Sept. 8, 1970 307.00 

Richard D. McCarthy 39th, N.Y. Aug. 17-31. 1970 93.72 

William S. Mailliard 6th, Calif Aug. 24-Sept. 8, 1970 366.00 

JamesR. Mann 4th, S.C. Aug. 14-Sept. 9, 1970. 121.90 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.. 18th, Calif Aug. 14-Sept. 5, 1970 329.00 

Wiley Mayne 6th, Iowa Aug. 13-Sept. 9, 1970 221.80 

Robert H. Michel 18th, III... ___ July 17-Aug. 3, 1970 __ 219.72 

Do do... ._ Aug. 14-Sept. 8, 1970 219.72 

Wilbur D. Mills 2d, Ark Aug. 29-Sept. 8, 1970 162.00 

Patsy T. Mink At Large, Hawaii* Sept. 7, 1970 351.23 

F. Bradford Morse 5th, Mass 1970.... 750.00 

Maston O'Neal 2d,Ga... Aug. 7-Sept. 10, 1970. 220.54 

Carl D. Perkins.. 7th, Ky_ Aug. 14-Sept. 7, 1970 135.48 

Howard W. Pollock At Large, Alaska* Aug. 30, 1970 299.68 

John R. Rarick 6th, La Aug. 5-6, 1970. . 166.00 

Ray Roberts. 4th, Tex Aug. 31-Sept. 8, 1970 214.40 

Dan Rostenkowski 8th, III Aug. 13-15, 1970. __ _. 193.70 

Robert L. F. Sikes 1st, Fla Sept. 1-8, 1970 237.60 

RoyA. Taylor 11th, N.C ____ Aug. 14-Sept. 8, 1970 119.14 

Vernon W. Thomson 3d, Wis.... Aug. 16 Sept. 2, 1970 244.14 

Morris K. Udall 2d, Ariz Aug. 19 Sept. 7, 1970 449.92 

Jerome R. Waldie 14th, Calif . Aug. 30-Sept. 5, 1970 292.00 

25 1840 Thomas G. Abernethy 1st, Miss Aug. 14-Sept. 8, 1970 224.88 

Mark Andrews 1st, N. Dak.* July 27, 1970 125.56 

Do do* Aug.3,1970 116.60 

Do ... .do Aug. 14-Sept. 9, 1970 299.35 

Frank Annunzio 7th, III Sept. 10-14, 1970 132.75 

John Brademas ... 3d, Ind Sept. 11-14, 1970 156.00 

Wm. S. Broomfield... . 18th, Mich Sept. 10-11, 1970 88.00 

Phillip Burton 5th, Calif .. Sept. 11-13, 1970. . . 379.20 

Daniel E. Button 29th, N.Y Sept. 9-14, 1970 103.50 

Philip M. Crane ... 13th, III . July 3-5, 1970 98.40 

* One way. 



280 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 43b and 43b 1, 
as amended— Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1970 

Sept.25 1840 Eligio de la Garza 15th, Tex July 1-Aug. 28, 1970 $456.96 

Robert V. Denney 1st, Nebr Aug. 15-Sept. 9, 1970 260.42 

William D. Ford 15th, Mich July l-€, 1970 74.40 

Barry M.Goldwater, Jr. __ 27th, Calif Aug. 5-Sept. 13, 1970 366.00 

Kenneth J. Gray 21st, III. Sept. 4-8, 1970 216.88 

H. R. Gross 3d, Iowa Aug. 15-Sept. 4, 1970 259.08 

James A. Haley 7th, Fla Aug. 13-Sept. 9, 1970 185.43 

Durward G. Hall 7th, Mo. _ Sept. 10-14, 1970 294.50 

James F. Hastings 38th, N.Y Sept. 11-15, 1970 99.00 

Floyd V. Hicks 6th, Wash.* _ Sept. 16, 1970 ' 193.00 

Richard H. Ichord 8th, Mo._ Sept. 11-13, 1970 180.80 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr 11th, Ind Sept. 10-14, 1970 84.00 

John Jarman 5th, Okla.* Sept. 8, 1970. 104.60 

Ed Jones 8th, Ten n ._ July 24, 1970 146.00 

Do .1 do Aug. 15-Sept. 13, 1970 213.00 

Joseph E. Karth 4th, Minn.. Sept. 10-13, 1970 172.00 

Earl F. Landgrebe 2d, Ind July 23-27, 1970 ___ 110.40 

Do do _ Aug. 1, 1970 110.40 

Odin Langen 7th, Minn._ Aug. 14-Sept.6, 1970 228.80 

Do do.._ Sept. 10-13, 1970 231.00 

Delbert L. Latta. 5th, Ohio* Aug. 30, 1970 64.25 

Do do Sept. 4-8, 1970 128.50 

Do ...do..._ Sept. 11-13,1970 .. 128.50 

Speedy O. Long 8th, La.* Sept. 14, 1970... 97.80 

Donald E. Lukens.. 24th, Ohio... Sept. 11-15, 1970. 127.56 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr.... 11th, Calif.... Sept. 10-13, 1970 366.00 

Jack McDonald 19th, Mich Sept. 11-13, 1970 150.06 

Torbert H. Macdonald.... 7th, Mass July 2-6, 1970 131.44 

Do _ do Aug. 1-10,1970 131.44 

Do.___ ..do Sept. 4-13 L 1970 131.44 

Robert H. Michel. 18th, III July 1-6, 1970 _ 219.72 

Chester L.'Mize.. 2d, Kans _ Aug. 13-Sept. 1, 1970 130.40 

Do. do Sept. 11-13, 1970 159.40 

JohnS. Monagan 5th, Conn Sept. 9-14, 1970 94.86 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr 8th, Mass July 2-6, 1970 126.60 

Do do Aug. 13-Sept. 8, 1970 126.60 

Howard W. Pollock At Large, Alaska Sept. 11-14, 1970 593.21 

Tom Railsback 19th, III Aug. 6-10, 1970 141.68 

Do ...do Aug. 14-Sept. 1, 1970 189.00 

Wm.J. Randall 4th, Mo July 23-Aug. 8, 1970 273.02 

Charlotte T. Reid 15th, III Sept. 11-13, 1970 133.40 

George E.Shipley 23d, III July 24-27, 1970 173.06 

Do do Aug. 14-Sept. 9, 1970 173.06 

Garner E. Shriver 4th, Kans Aug. 2l-Sept. 5, 1970 338.44 

B. F. Sisk 16th, Calif Aug. 17-Sept. 14, 1970 388.00 

M.G. (Gene) Snyder 4th, Ky.._ 1970 750.00 

SamSteiger 3d, Ariz Aug. 14-Sept. 7, 1970 316.00 

Do do Sept. 11-14, 1970 316.00 

Burt L. Talcott 12th, Calif Sept. 10-14, 1970 375.36 

Charles M. Teague 13th, Calif _ Aug. 17-Sept. 3, 1970 366.00 

Lionel Van Deerlin 37th, Calif Aug. 13-Sept. 1 2, 1970 500. 76 

Charles E. Wiggins 25th, Calif.* July 6, 1970 183.00 

Do do July 10-13, 1970 366.00 

Do.. .....do _. July 17-20, 1970 366.00 

Wendell Wyatt 1st, Oreg Sept. 10-13, 1970 393.36 

AlUllman. 2d, Oreg _ Sept. 3-9. 1970 420.32 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr 4th. La Sept. 24-27, 1970 205.60 

James C.Corman... 22d, Calif Aug. 14-Sept. 14, 1970 705.78 

Do do.. Sept. 17-21, 1970 416.00 

Bill Chapped. Jr... 4th, Fla Sept. 11-13, 1970 ._ 158.24 

John E. Moss 3d, Calif Sept. 23-28. 1970... 404.60 

Jack Brinkley. 3d, Ga Sept. 30-Oct. 5, 1970 102.00 

Brock Adams 7th.Wash Sept. 14-16, 1970 376.00 

Glenn M. Anderson 17th, Calif _ July 23-27. 1970. 362.56 

William R.Anderson 6th, Tenn.... Sept. 3-8, 1970... 190.32 

John A. Blatnik 8th, Minn Aug. 14-Sept. 22. 1970 168.00 

George E. Brown, Jr. 29th, Calif Sept. 18-21, 1970 376.00 

J. Herbert Burke 10th, Fla. Sept. 24-28, 1970.. 176.00 

Omar Burleson 17th, Tex Aug. 13-30. 1970. 397.44 

Bill D. Burlison 10th. Mo.. Sept. 24-28, 1970 234.66 



28 


1900 


29 


1901 




1903 




1904 




1905 


30 


19?? 


Oct. 5 


2132 


6 


2162 



i $10.00 refunded Oct. 1, 1970. 
* One way. 



281 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 43b and 43b 1 
as amended-Continued ' 



1970 
Oct. 6 



Congressman 



Congressional district 



Date 



2162 



7 2202 
2203 
2207 

* One way. 



John N. Happy Camp 6th, Okla.. Aug. 7-9 1970 

£° - ...do* Sept. 8. 1970 

Bob&yv:::: :: 22^*;;:;;;; ;:KS 1970 

uo do* Julv 20 1970 

Del Clawson 23d, Calif ... '"_'_ sept. 16-21, 1970. 

james'MVcoiiins;:;--;:;;"^^^^^ 

Do do _ Anp fi-i i' iQ7n 

William M. Colmer— . 5th. Mn.\.^V///"""_:" Aug.' 15 1970 

do* Se pt 8.' 1970."" 



Do 



John conyers, jr.... 1st. Mich.::::::::;:;;:;;;;;;; Aug.' 13-20, 1976" 

FH^fn w C ?H d ° Va ^ — - (Res, Com m.) P. R Sept. 18-20, 1970.:: 

Edwin W. Edwards 7th. La.* Aug 4 1970 

Jack Edwards 1st. Ala ....:.. Sept. 18-21. 1970 

Marfc-Esc-h-.;:::.-: ^ft;:; :::::: S?g#fc 

JoeL. Evins 4th. Tenn Aug. 4-11, 1970 

pau?Fin"d,ey:;:;::::;:""2oth; d ni::" -- tiillfrwb 197 °" 

^VJl°T%- - 5*AVt----------- •-- : ---" SePt. 24-26. HtfO":" 



Aug. 6-9, 1970. 



William D. Ford. ... 15th. Mfchl... 

Donald M. Fraser 5th, Minn.* Sept. 14, 1970.... 

Louis°FreV, Jr"/."."." ." ." ." ." . I 5th." FI°V_"_ "" sip!' 1 7-20 7 197b " " 

Edward A. Garmatz 3d, Md "" """ 1970 

Barry M.Goldwater, Jr... 27th, Calif Sept 24-27" 1970"" 

Henry B Gonzalez 20th Tex...... ."H Sept. t\l, 1970 ."V. 

Edith Green 3d, Oreg Aug. 27-Sept. 9, 1970 

H R rw » -. d ° Sept. 18-21, 1970 

n. k. uross 3d, Iowa Sept 19-20 1970 

r ha Fi!fn s H S H^ bser - - - }°IK caiif... :...::::::::::::: Aug.'22-sept. 9, 1976:: 

G. Elliott Hagan 1st, Ga July 31-Aug. 4, 1970 

uo do. . Aue 14-15 1970 

Richard T. Hanna 34th, Calif Aug 16-Sebt 2 1970" 

Augustus F. Hawkins..... 21st Calif... Se pt 21-26 1970 

F. Edward Hebert 1st, La.* " " Sept 20 1970 

William L. Hungate.. 9th. Mo " Aug 25 Seot 81970" 

Charles Raper Jonas 9th, N.C " 1970 

Manuel Lujan, Jr 1st. N. Mex """ Aug Y3"SeDt"20"l97u" 

Richard D. McCarthy 39th, N.Y " Sept 10-15 1970 

Robert C. McEwen 31st. N.Y """" Ju|y24-A U g 3 1970"" 

John J McFall 15th. Calif...- . .."i: Sept. 1 7-20 197 " " 

Clark MacGregor... 3d. Minn.... Sept 10-16 1970 

George Mahon 19th. Tex " Aug 26-Seot 3 1970" 

Lloyd Meeds 2d. Wash -"^"I sft 11-14.1970 

G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery. 4th, Miss.. .. . SeDt 19-20 1970" 

Thomas M. Pelly 1st, Wash. Aug 14-Sept 19 i§76" 

Thomas M. Rees 26th. Calif Sept 9-12 1970 

John H. Rousselot 24th, Calif .. " " _ Sept 21-24 1970" 

Edward R. Roybal 30th, Calif... ^I...:; Aug. 13-24 1970 

Do do* Sept 15 1970 

JohnGSchmitz 35th. Calif Ii: Ii:: :i IT I T TJ I Sept." 18-20. 1970 

Fred Schwengel 1st. Iowa. July 16-19, 1970 " 

Do do _ Aug 7-8 1970 

Keith G. Sebelius 1st. Kans ——_";;;:_".;;; July'31-Aug. 3." 1970 

u ° — _do Sept 18-21 1970 

Garner EShriver.... . 4th. Kans Sept.' 17-20,' 1970 

B. F.Sisk 16th. Calif Sept 25-27 1970 

Robert T Stafford At Large. Vt ..I..:":":: Sept 17^4 970 

William A. Steiger 6th. Wis .. Sept 18-20 1970" 

Robert G.Stephens, Jr.. .. 10th. Ga.*.. July 4 1970 

Morr^uda,,:.. ; ; 2 d; A^;;;;;;"" ~ ^t^V 970 "" 

jerome r. waidie i4th, Calif :::::;;:;." sept. 18-22; i97o::;;::; 

Richard c: White: I.":." ." ." "leth.^ex; I."." flpt" 11^27' 1970 " 

Charles H. Wilson 31st, Calif.*... . Sept 18 1970 

Larry Winn, Jr 3d, Kans SeDt' 18-21 1970 

fJ h U J l v n an — - 2d,Oreg. Sept. 17-21, 1970 

John Young 14th, Tex Oct. 5-6. 1970 ..... 



$225.60 
174.12 
225.60 
93.60 
93.60 
378. 24 
378. 24 
132. 00 
132. 00 
84.00 
84.80 
141.38 
198. 00 
162. 24 
160. 00 
160. 00 
129. 12 
156. 24 
156.24 
128. 00 
155. 80 
144. 56 
70.50 
70.50 
156.00 
750. 00 
366. 00 
239. 00 
366. 00 
366. 00 
176. 00 
573. 36 
153.46 
153.46 
366. 00 
376. 00 
94.80 
218.16 
750. 00 
175.00 
93.72 
119.36 
366. 00 
172.00 
288.84 
376.80 
156. 00 
445.55 
366. 00 
382. 80 
329. 00 
183. 00 
380. 55 
133. 08 
114.88 
322. 32 
322. 32 
214.00 
388. 00 
92.00 
126. 00 
74.99 
149.98 
314.00 
292. 00 
292. 00 
282. 00 
183. 00 
140. 00 
178.64 
453. 60 
252. 00 



282 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C 43b and 43b-l, 
as amended— Continued 



1970 
Oct. 9 



Congressman 



Congressional district 



Date 



2277 



Thomas G. Abernethy 1st, Miss Sept. 24-28, 1970 

Glenn M. Anderson 17th, Calif Sept. 24-28, 1970 _ 

John M. Ashbrook 17th, Ohio... Aug. 13-Sept. 15, 1970. 

Do do _ Sept. 23-28, 1970 

Tom Bevill 7th, Ala.. July 23-28, 1970 

Hale Boggs. 2d, La.* _ Sept. 25, 1970 

Richard Boiling 5th, Mo Sept. 28-29, 1970 

Donald G. Brotzman 2d, Colo Aug. 17-Sept. 8, 1970.. 

Phillip Burton 5th, Calif. Sept. 25-27, 1970 

Elford A. Cederberg 10th, Mich Sept. 26-Oct. 1, 1970.. 

James C. Cleveland 2d, N.H Sept. 24, 1970.... 

Edward J. Derwinski. 4th, III Sept. 25-27, 1970 

Bob Eckhardt 8th, Tex Aug. 14-Sept. 7, 1970.. 

O. C. Fisher 21st, Tex Sept. 21-Oct. 1, 1970... 

Charles S. Gubser 10th, Calif.. _ Sept. 24-28, 1970 

James M. Hanley 34th, N.Y July 10-13, 1970 

Do do. Aug. 1-3, 1970 

Do do Sept. 17-20, 1970 

Richard H. Ichord 8th, Mo. Sept. 17-22, 1970 

John Jarman 5th, Okla Sept. 25-27, 1970 

Robert E. Jones 8th, Ala Sept. 3-9, 1970 

Abraham Kazen, Jr. 23d, Tex Sept. 24-28, 1970 

Carleton J. King 30th, N.Y... Sept. 11-13, 1970 

Do.. do Sept. 25-27, 1970 

Dan Kuykendall 9th, Tenn Sept. 7-14, 1970 

James A. McClure 1st, Idaho Sept. 11-13, 1970 

Do _...do._ Sept. 17-20, 1970 

Lloyd Meeds. _. 2d, Wash... Sept. 24-28, 1970 

Wilbur D. Mills 2d, Ark.*_. Sept. 24, 1970... 

J.J. Pickle 10th, Tex _. Sept. 17-20,1970 

Melvin Price 24th, III Sept 25-28, 1970 

Thomas M. Rees 26th, Calif... Sept. 24-28, 1970 

John J. Rhodes 1st, Ariz Sept. 25-27, 1970 

Paul G. Rogers 9th, Fla Sept. 25-27, 1970 

Dan Rostenkowski 8th, III.. Sept. 10-13, 1970 

Philip E. Ruppe 11th, Mich Sept. 17-21, 1970 

William J. Scherle 7th, Iowa Aug. 15-Sept. 5, 1970... 

Do do Sept. 13-21, 1970.. 

Garner E. Shriver 4th, Kans Sept. 25-27, 1970 

JoeSkubitz 5th, Kans _ July 3-4, 1970 

Do..__ do July 24-25, 1970 

Louis Stokes 21st, Ohio. __ Sept. 17-21, 1970 

Frank A. Stubblefield 1st, Ky _. Aug. 15-Sept. 13,1970.. 

Do... do Sept. 25-29, 1970. 

W. S. (Bill)Stuckey, Jr... 8th, Ga Sept. 17-22, 1970 

James W. Symington 2d, Mo _ July 31-Aug. 11, 1970 

Charles M. Teague 13th, Calif Sept. 26-28, 1970 

Morris K. Udall 2d, Ariz Sept. 25-29, 1970 

William C. Wampler 9th, Va Sept. 11-13, 1970 

Jim Wright _ 12th, Tex Sept. 27-28, 1970 

Clement J. Zablocki 4th, Wis July 2-5, 1970.. 

Do do July 24-26, 1970 

Do... ...do. Aug. 13-Sept. 8, 1970... 

14 2429 John B.Anderson.. 16th, III Sept. 20, 1970 

Do do Sept. 24-25, 1970 

Frank Annunzio 7th, III Oct. 2-3, 1970.. 

Walters. Baring At Large, Nev Aug. 18-21, 1970 

Alphonzo Bell 28th, Calif Sept. 30-Oct. 4, 1970.... 

Wm. S. Broomfield _ 18th, Mich Oct. 2-4, 1970 

Phillip Burton... 5th, Calif Oct. 1-4, 1970 

Patrick T. Caffery 3d, La July 8-Sept. 6, 1970 

Do .do July 28-31, 1970 

Bob Casey 22d, Tex.* Oct. 5, 1970 

John Conyers, Jr 1st, Mich Sept. 17-22, 1970 

Glenn R. Davis _ 9th, Wis Sept. 18-20, 1970 

Eligio de la Garza 15th, Tex Sept. 25-Oct. 6, 1970 

James F. Hastings 38th, N.Y Oct. 1-5, 1970 

Sherman P. Lloyd 2d, Utah.. Sept. 17-22, 1970 

WilliamS. Mailliard 6th, Calif Sept. 24-25, 1970 

James R. Mann.. 4th, S.C Sept. 30-Oct. 5,1970 

Dave Martin 3d, Nebr Sept. 18-20, 1970 

Catherine May 4th, Wash Aug. 15-Sept. 8, 1970.... 

George P. Miller 8th, Calif Sept. 25-Oct. 4, 1970 

G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery. 4th, Miss Oct. 3-4, 1970 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr 8th, Mass Sept. 24-28, 1970 

Tom Railsback 19th, III Sept. 11-14, 1970 

Do ...do Sept. 18-21, 1970 



$224. 88 

376. 56 

102.86 

102. 86 

101.00 

96.84 

182.40 

348. 88 

375. 60 

104. 00 

101.80 

96.00 

223. 00 

271.28 

392. 40 

93.96 

93.96 

93.96 

180. 80 

209. 20 

174. 24 

234. 00 

117.80 

117.80 

210.00 

324. 00 

357. 00 

302. 80 

81.00 

187.20 

145. 00 
366. 00 
322. 00 
176.00 
193. 70 
197. 36 
309. 64 
309. 64 
200. 00 
216. 56 
226. 40 

75.92 
208. 32 
208. 32 
174. 58 

146. 00 
366. 00 
314.00 

96.60 
218.84 
106. 60 
119.60 
106. 60 
115.20 
115.20 
132. 75 
361.00 
366. 00 
88.00 
379. 20 
315.96 
179.00 
93.60 
141.38 
132. 00 
287. 00 
99.00 
307. 00 
366. 00 
121.90 
230. 20 
383. 40 
381. 50 
174. 00 
126.60 
141.68 
141.68 



•One way. 



283 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 43b and 43b-l, 
as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1970 

Oct. 14 2429 John R. Rarick 6th, La.* Sept. 8, 1970 $93.00 

Ben Reifel 1st, S. Dak Sept. 17-Oct. 1, 1970 374.96 

HenryS. Reuss 5th, Wis Oct. 1-5, 1970 109.00 

Neal Smith 5th, Iowa Aug. 15-Sept. 5, 1970 272.64 

Do .do Sept. 20 25, 1970 272.64 

Robert T. Stafford At Large, Vt __ Oct. 2 4, 1970 134.40 

Sam Steiger 3d, Ariz .__. Oct. 1-4, 1970. 316.00 

LouisStokes 21st, Ohio Aug. 8-9, 1970 75.92 

Leonor K.Sullivan. 3d, Mo July 18, Aug. 7- Sept. 8, 523.60 

Aug. 15, 1970. 

Burt L. Talcott . 12th, Calif Sept. 24-28, 1970 399.12 

Roy A. Taylor . 11th, N.C Oct. 1-4, 1970.. _ 98.17 

Charles M. Teague 13th, Calif Oct. 2-5, 1970 366.00 

Vernon W. Thomson 3d, Wis Sept. 18-20, 1970 170.80 

Morris K. Udall 2d, Ariz Oct. 1-4, 1970. 314.00 

Jerome R. Waldie 14th, Calif Oct. 1-4, 1970 292.00 

Richard C. White 16th, Tex Oct. 1-4, 1970 226.00 

19 2551 Carl Albert 3d, Okla.* Oct. 2, 1970 102.00 

Mark Andrews 1st, N. Dak Sept. 25-30, 1970 274.88 

ClarenceJ. Brown 7th, Ohio Aug. 14, 1970 95.40 

Do... do. . Aug. 19-22, 1970 98.64 

Do... do. Sept. 17-20, 1970 81.36 

Do do Sept. 21-22, 1970 81.36 

JamesA. Burke 11th, Mass Aug. 7-9, 1970 104.37 

Do do Sept. 12-14, 1970 83.00 

James M.Collins 3d, Tex.* July 6, 1970 64.97 

Philip M. Crane 13th, III July 31, 1970 98.40 

Do ...do... Aug. 17, 1970 98.40 

David W. Dennis 10th, I nd Aug. 15-Sept. 12, 1970 153.98 

Don Edwards 9th, Calif Aug. 28-Sept. 8, 1970 381.60 

Do do Oct. 1-4, 1970 375.60 

Samuel N. Friedel 7th, Md 1970 750.00 

Durward G. Hall 7th, Mo Oct. 1-5, 1970 294.50 

Frank Horton... 36th, N.Y Sept. 24-26, 1970 91.68 

Do do Oct. 1-5, 1970 91.68 

CraigHosmer 32d, Calif. Sept. 30-Oct. 4, 1970 374.45 

Speedy O. Long 8th, La.* Oct. 6, 1970 97.80 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr 11th, Calif Oct. 1-5, 1970 366.00 

John J. McFall 15th, Calif Oct. 2-6, 1970 366.00 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.. 18th, Calif Sept. 23-29, 1970.. 366.00 

Spark M. Matsunaga At Large, Hawaii.. Oct. 1-4, 1970 710.14 

Patsy T. Mink At Large, Hawaii Oct. 1-6, 1970 745.00 

JamesG.O'Hara 12th, Mich Oct. 1-4, 1970.. 98.80 

Jerry L. Pettis 33d, Calif July 23-25, 1970.... 377.88 

Do ..do Sept. 17-20, 1970... 366.00 

Do do. Sept. 25-27. 1970... 366.00 

Robert Price 18th, Tex Sept. 30-Oct. 4, 1970 293.24 

Charlotte T. Reid 15th, III... Oct. 2-4, 1970... 133.40 

William J. Scherle 7th, Iowa Oct. 1-4, 1970 246.82 

James H.Scheuer 21st, N.Y... 1970 750.00 

Fred SchwengeL. 1st, Iowa Sept. 9, 1970. 130.00 

John V. Tunney 38th, Calif July 23-Aug. 13, 1970 342.93 

Guy VanderJagt.... 9th, Mich. Aug. 13-Sept. 9, 1970 191.50 

21 2603 Samuel L. Devine 12th, Ohio 1970 750.00 

2606 * Thomas G. Abernethy 1st, Miss Sept.30-0ct. 5,1970 224.88 

Bill Alexander 1st, Ark Oct. 8-10, 1970... 158.40 

Glenn M. Anderson 17th, Calif Oct. 8-11, 1970 376.56 

Mark Andrews 1st, N. Dak.* Oct. 13, 1970 125.56 

E. Y. Berry 2d, S. Dak Oct. 3-12, 1970 432.74 

Hale Boggs 2d, La.. Oct. IS, 1970 193.80 

John Brademas 3d, Ind. Oct. 9-12, 1970 156.00 

George Bush 7th, Tex July 9-13, 1970 222.00 

John N. Happy Camp.... 6th, Okla Sept. 30-Oct. 4, 1970 259.44 

DelClawson 23d, Calif.. Oct. 7-11, 1970 378.24 

William M. Colmer 5th, Miss. Sept. 30-Oct. 5, 1970 137.60 

John C. Culver 2d, Iowa... Sept. 25-28, 1970... 168.00 

John N. Erlenborn 14th, III Sept. 25-26, 1970... 96.00 

Do .do Oct.2-3, 1970 120.00 

Gerald R. Ford 5th. Mich Oct. 8-9, 1970 146.00 

Henry B. Gonzalez 20th, Tex Oct. 9-11, 1970 239.00 

Charles H. Griffin 3d, Miss... Sept. 24-28, 1970 169.00 

Do do Oct. 1-5, 1970. 168.00 

Charles S.Gubser 10th, Calif... Oct. 3-6, 1970 393.72 

Orval Hansen 2d, Idaho Sept. 30-Oct. 6, 1970 303.50 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr. 11th, Ind Oct. 1-5, 1970 84.00 



* One way. 

53-176 O — 71 19 



284 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 43b and 43b-l, 
as amended— Continued 



1970 
Oct. 21 



Congressman 



Congressional district 



Date 



2606 



Harold T.Johnson 2d, Calif.* Sept. 8, 1970 

Do do. Oct. 1-4, 1970 

John C. Kluczynski 5th, III July 16-20, 1970 

Do do Aug. 9-13, 1970 

Do.. ...do Sept. 17-21, 1970 

Earl F. Landgrebe 2d, Ind Aug. 9-14, 1970 

Do do _ Oct. 1-6, 1970 

Odin Langen 7th, Minn Oct. 1-3, 1970 

James A. McClure 1st, Idaho Oct. 8-11, 1970 

Robert C. McEwen 31st, N.Y July 1-7, 1970 

Lloyd Meeds 2d, Wash _._ Oct. 8-12, 1970 

John Melcher 2d, Mont July 24-26, 1970 

John S. Monagan 5th, Conn.... Oct. 2-4, 1970 

J.J. Pickle. 10th, Tex.. Oct. 1-4, 1970 

Dan Rostenkowski 8th, III Oct. 1-4, 1970 

John G.Schmitz 35th, Calif... Oct. 9-11, 1970 

B. F.Sisk 16th, Calif Oct. 9-12, 1970 

James W. Symington 2d, Mo Oct. 2-7, 1970. 

Do ...do Oct. 8-13, 1970 

Lionel Van Deerlin 37th, Calif Sept. 18-21, 1970 

23 2659 Julia Butler Hansen 3d, Wash.'.. Oct. 11, 1970 

2660 Otto E. Passman 5th, La. Oct. 14-22, 1970... 

26 2671 William R.Anderson 6th, Tenn__ Oct. 2-6, 1970. .. 

Leslie C. A rends 17th, III Sept. 18-20, 1970 

Do -.-_ -...do Sept. 25-27, 1970 

Do. do _ Oct. 10-11, 1970 

Charles E. Bennett 3d, Fla _ Oct. 16-17, 1970 

Phillip Burton 5th, Calif Oct. 8-11, 1970_._ . 

James C.Cleveland 2d, N.H... Oct. 8-13, 1970 

Emilio Q. Daddario 1st, Conn___. July 16-21, 1970 

Do do Aug. 7-10, 1970 

Do.. do _ _ Sept. 18-22, 1970 

John Dellenback 4th, Oreg._ Aug. 14-Sept. 8, 1970 

Do do Sept. 17-21, 1970 

Do do Sept. 30-Oct. 3, 1970- . 

Paul Findley 20th, III __ Aug. 31-Sept. 5, 1970. 

Richard Fulton 5th, Tenn _. Oct. 6-9, 1970 

Ed Foreman 2d, N. Mex Aug. 14-Sept. 6, 1970. 

Sam Gibbons 6th, Fla Oct. 2-4, 1970 

Barry M. Goldwater, Jr.... 27th, Calif Oct. 8-14, 1970 

KennethJ.Gray 21st, III Oct. 3-5, 1970 . 

Richard H. Ichord 8th, Mo Oct. 8-12, 1970.... 

Harold T. Johnson 2d, Calif Oct. 8-12, 1970 

Joseph E. Karth 4th, Minn Oct. 8-13, 1970 

Delbert L. Latta. _ 5th, Ohio.. Oct. 1-4, 1970 

Do do Oct. 10-12, 1970 

Donald E. Lukens 24th, Ohio Oct. 1-7, 1970 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr 11th, Calif Oct. 9-13, 1970 

Ray J. Madden 1st, Ind.. Aug. 13-Sept. 9, 1970.. 

Do do Sept. 18-22, 1970 

Do do Oct. 9-13, 1970 

Catherine May.... 4th, Wash Oct. 11-13, 1970 

Claude Pepper 11th, Fla.' July 6, 1970 

Do do Aug. 19-21, 1970 

David Pryor 4th, Ark Aug. 13-29, 1970 

Paul G.Rogers 9th, Fla Oct. 9-11, 1970 

Fernand J. St Germain 1st, R.I July 17-21 1970 

Do do Aug. 6-11, 1970 

Do do Sept. 17-22, 1970 

Garner E. Shriver 4th, Kans.. Sept. 30-Oct. 5, 1970... 

Do do Oct. 10-12, 1970 

Robert G. Stephens, Jr 10th, Ga.*.. _ Oct. 18, 1970 

Roy A. Taylor.... 11th, N.C Oct. 9-13, 1970 

William C. Wampler 9th, Va... _ Oct. 1-4 1970 

Larry Winn, Jr.. 3d, Kans Oct. 9-12, 1970 

28 2771 John B. Anderson 16th, III Aug.6,1970 

Do do. __ Aug. 15-Sept. 1, 1970.. 

Do... _ ....do Oct. 3-4, 1970 

Richard Boiling 5th, Mo Oct. 8-12, 1970 

James A. Burke 11th, Mass.. Oct. 17-18, 1970 

William (Bill) Clay 1st, Mo July 30-Aug. 7, 1970... 

Do ....do Sept. 18-22, 1970 

Do .do. Oct. 1-6, 1970 

Chet Holifield _. 19th, Calif.' Oct. 15, 1970 



$191.40 
339. 44 
120.00 
120. 00 
192. 88 
110.40 
110.40 
230. 50 
324. 00 
102. 44 
376. 80 
245.20 
94.86 
233.20 
193.70 
366. 00 
388. 00 
146. 00 
146. 00 
302. 00 
349. 68 
265. 68 
190.32 
138. 16 
142.12 
138. 16 
102.00 
378. 36 
101.80 
102. 24 
102. 24 
102. 24 
587.78 
419.00 
326. 00 
128.00 
116.00 
517.44 
130. 00 
354.90 
216.88 
180.80 
380. 64 
172. 00 
128. 50 
128. 50 
127.56 
366. 00 
174.30 
174.30 
174.30 
384. 00 
74.00 
143.00 
291.24 
168.00 
105.60 
105. 60 
105. 60 
209.00 
200.00 
74.99 
73.60 
96.60 
140.00 
139.20 
95.20 
139.20 
182.40 
110.00 
213.28 
213.28 
213.28 
183.00 



* One way. 



285 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 43b and 43b-l, 
as amended— Continued 



1970 
Oct. 28 2771 



Nov. 



2 2948 
6 3038 



9 3098 
12 3128 



13 3154 



16 3176 
3177 
3179 

18 3203 
3207 



* One way. 



Congressman 



Congressional district 



Date 



John Kyi 4th, Iowa Sept. 24-27, 1970. 

Do . .do _ Oct. 2-4, 1970 

Peter N.Kyros 1st, Maine Oct. 1-4, 1970 

Richard D. McCarthy 39th, N.Y Oct 9-12, 1970.... 

WilliamS. Mailliard 6th, Calif Oct. 7-20, 1970.... 

Catherine May 4th, Wash.* Oct 14, 1970 

Patsy T. Mink. At Large, Hawaii* Oct. 16, 1970 

Lucien N. Nedzi 14th. Mich Oct. 16-18, 1970.. 



Howard W. Pollock At Large, Alaska Oct. 2-12, 1970. 

Robert D. Price 18th, Tex Oct. 11-13, 1970 

Tom Railsback 19th, III Sept. 25-28, 1970 

John H. Rousselot 24th, Calif Oct. 4-8, 1970 

John Young 14th. Tex Oct. 23-Nov. 1. 1970. 

E. Y. Berry 2d. S. Dak Sept. 10-17, 1970 

George E. Brown, Jr 29th, Calif Oct. 15-29.1970 

Jeffery Cohelan 7th, Calif Sept. 25-27. 1970 

Robert V. Denney 1st. Nebr Oct. 9-13, 1970 

Thaddeus J. Dulski 41st, N.Y 1970.. ._ 

EdwinW. Edwards 7th, La... Oct. 1-4. 1970 

Walter Flowers 5th, Ala. Oct. 13-24, 1970 

L. H. Fountain 2d, N.C 1970 

Louis Frey, Jr 5th, Fla Oct. 1-6,1970 

Do ...do._._ Sept. 25-28, 1970 

Augustus F. Hawkins 21st, Calif Oct. 15-26, 1970 

Do do Oct. 29-Nov. 1, 1970.. 

CraigHosmer 32d, Calif.* Oct. 15,1970 

Do ...do Aug. 17-22, 1970 

Robert E. Jones 8th, Ala Oct. 15-23, 1970 

Speedy O. Long 8th, La.* Sept. 18, 1970 _. 

Do do* Oct. 9, 1970 

Do .do*. Oct. 12, 1970. 

Do do* Oct. 15, 1970 

Robert McClory 12th. Ill _. Aug. 7-10, 1970 _ 

Do... do.. Sept. 18-20, 1970 

John O. Marsh, Jr 7th, Va 1970.... _ 

Robert D. Price 18th, Tex Oct. 23-26, 1970. 

John G.Schmitz. 35th, Calif... Oct. 16, 1970 

Do do.... Oct. 18-26, 1970 

William A. Steiger 6th, Wis Oct. 9-12, 1970 

Richard C. White 16th, Tex.* July 5. 1970 

Thomas G. Abernethy 1st, Miss Oct. 15-Nov. 5, 1970.. 

Phillip Burton 5th, Calif Oct. 15-Nov. 4, 1970.. 

John Conyers, Jr 1st, Mich Oct. 8-13, 1970 

John N. Erlenborn 14th, III Oct. 27-Nov. 4, 1970.. 

Gerald R. Ford 5th, Mich.. Oct. 24-25, 1970 

James R. Mann 4th, S.C Oct. 14-Nov. 4, 1970.. 

Albert H. Quie 1st, Minn Nov. 2-4, 1970 

Robert T. Stafford At Large, Vt Oct 15-Nov. 4, 1970.. 

Bob Wilson 36th, Calif.. Oct. 28-Nov. 3, 1970.. 

Jim Wright 12th, Tex._. Oct. 19-31, 1970 

Walters. Baring At Large, Nev Oct. 15-Nov. 4, 1970.. 

Tom Bevill... 7th, Ala Sept. 2-6, 1970 

Richard Boiling 5th, Mo Oct. 20-Nov. 4, 1970.. 

Bill D. Burlison 10th, Mo Oct. 7-13, 1970... 

Patrick T. Caffery 3d, La.._. Oct. 1-4, 1970 

Philip M. Crane 13th, III. Oct 14-17, 1970 

Thomas S. Foley 5th, Wash Sept 24-29, 1970 

Do... do Oct 1-5, 1970 

Lee H. Hamilton 9th, Ind Sept. 11-13,1970 

Do do Sept. 27-29, 1970 

William D. Hathaway 2d, Maine July 21-22, 1970 

Do do Aug. 14-17, 1970 

Joseph E. Karth 4th, Minn.... Oct 16-Nov. 6, 1970.. 

Do do.... Oct. 24-25, 1970 

James A. McClure .. 1st, Idaho . Oct 15-Nov. 5, 1970.. 

WilliamS. Mailliard 6th, Calif Oct 21-Nov. 7, 1970 

Chester L. Mize 2d, Kans Oct 9-13, 1970 

Do do .... Oct. 16-Nov. 5, 1970.. 

G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery. 4th, Miss Oct. 15-Nov. 9, 1970.. 

Charles H.Wilson 31st, Calif.*. Nov. 7, 1970 

John Buchanan 6th, Ala.. - Oct. 12-Nov. 6. 1970_ 

Do ...do. Sept.24-Oct. 11, 1970. 

John E. Moss 3d, Calif Oct. 15-Nov. 15, 1970 

Julia Butler Hansen 3d, Wash.* Nov. 15, 1970 

John B. Anderson 16th. III. Nov. 1-4, 1970 

Glenn R. Davis 9th, Wis Sept. 22-24, 1970 

Paul Findley 20th, III Oct. 15-18, 1970 

H. R. Gross ._ 3d, Iowa Oct 9-Nov. 7, 1970 



$191.92 

191.92 
143.64 

93.72 
374.37 
183.00 
361.23 
127.00 
591.06 
262. 24 
141.68 
382.80 
276. 00 
250. 00 
376. 00 
376. 00 
215.20 
750. 00 
324. 48 
149. 20 
7C0.00 
156.00 
156.00 
720.16 
373. 00 
190. 00 
380. 00 
174. 24 
119.60 
119.60 

97.80 
119.60 
101. 52 
101. 52 
750.00 
2/8.24 
387. 60 
387.40 
126. 00 
112.32 
224. 88 
378.36 
141.38 
120. 00 
108. 00 
121.90 
138.00 
119.82 
339. 00 
222.80 
383. 00 

98.00 
181.80 
234.66 
174.00 

98.40 
418.00 
425.50 
104.00 
104. 00 
122. 00 
105.16 
172.00 
172.00 
324. 00 
366. 00 
159.40 
176.40 
236. 02 
183.00 
195.70 
195.70 
414.60 
383.88 
139. 20 
132. 00 
134.20 
267. 98 



286 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 43b and 43b-l, 
as amended— Continued 



1970 
Nov. 18 



Congressman 



Congressional district 



Date 



3207 



3211 

3212 

19 3226 

3229 



Lee H. Hamilton 9th, I nd Oct. 26-Nov. 4 1970 

Dan Kuykendall 9th, Tenn Oct. 19-24, 1970 

John J. McFall 15th, Calif _ Oct. 13-Nov. 4, 1970 

LouisStokes 21st, Ohio Oct. 1-4, 1970 

W. S. (BMI) Stuckey, Jr... 8th, Ga Oct. 19-22, 1970 

Albert W. Watson 2d, S.C July 16-20, 1970 

Do do Aug. 6-11, 1970 

Do do Sept. 17-22, 1970 

Do do Oct. 8-13, 1970 

Larry Winn, Jr 3d, Kans _. Oct. 16-Nov. 8, 1970 

Bill Chappell, Jr 4th, Fla Oct. 9-12, 1970 

Do do...- Nov. 8-11, 1970 

James C. Corman 22d, Calif. _ Oct. 10-Nov. 16, 1970 

Wayne N. Aspinall 4th, Colo _ Oct. 1-Nov. 7, 1970 

Ben B. Blackburn 4th, Ga.... Nov. 1-6,1970 

Garry Brown... 3d, Mich __ Sept. 11-14, 1970 

Do do Oct. 1-5, 1970 . 

Omar Burleson... 17th, Tex _ Oct. 20-Nov. 9, 1970 

Daniel E. Button 29th, N.Y Nov. 5-7, 1970 

Elford A. Cederberg 10th, Mich Oct. 16-Nov. 9 1970 

John W. Davis 7th, Ga.* Nov. 4, 1970 

Edward J. Derwinski 4th, III _ __ Oct. 15-Nov. 10, 1970 

John D. Dingell 16th, Mich Aug. 22-30, 1970 

Do... ....do __ _ Sept. 24-28, 1970 

Charles S. Gubser 10th, Calif... Oct. 16-Nov. 12, 1970 

Orval Hansen 2d, Idaho Oct. 15-Nov. 10, 1970 

William L. Hungate 9th, Mo. _ Oct. 7-Nov. 9, 1970 

Harold T. Johnson 2d, Calif. __ Oct. 15-Nov. 15, 1970 

Spark M. Matsunaga At Large, Hawaii Oct. 17-Nov. 5, 1970. 

Wiley Mayne 6th, Iowa Oct. 15-Nov. 5, 1970 

John Melcher... 2d, Mont. Aug. 21-Oct. 14, 1970 

Thomas M. Rees 26th, Calif. __ Oct. 20-Nov. 8, 1970 

Ben Reifel 1st, S. Dak Oct. 7-Nov. 16, 1970 

Robert H. Steele 2d, Conn. 1970 

William A. Steiger 6th, Wis Oct. 16-Nov. 4, 1970 

Jamie L. Whitten 2d, Miss Oct. 15-Nov. 12, 1970 

24 3307 Charles E. Bennett.. 3d, Fla.. Oct. 23-Nov. 10, 1970 

Jack Brinkley.. 3d, Ga Oct. 30-Nov. 15, 1970 

James M.Collins.... 3d, Tex Sept. 17-20, 1970.... 

Do do Oct. 8-11, 1970 

Jack Edwards 1st, Ala Nov. 9-16, 1970 

Floyd V. Hicks. __ ._ 6th, Wash Oct. 14-Nov. 10, 1970 

Richard H. Ichord 8th, Mo Oct. 16-Nov 7, 1970 

Thomas S. Kleppe 2d, N. Dak Aug. 15-Nov. 6, 1970.. 

Do ..do Oct. 13, 1970 

Sherman P. Lloyd. 2d, Utah Oct. 9-Nov. 16, 1970. 

William H. Natcher 2d, Ky Oct. 15-Nov. 15, 1970 

Maston O'Neal 2d, Ga Oct. 27-Nov. 16, 1970 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr 8th, Mass Oct. 11-14, 1970... 

Wright Patman 1st, Tex Oct. 6-23, 1970 ... . 

H.Allen Smith.. 20th, Calif Oct. 15-Nov. 14, 1970.. 

BurtL. Talcott 12th, Calif Oct. 8-Nov. 15, 1970 

Roy A. Taylor 11th, N.C.. Oct. 15-Nov. 15, 1970.. 

Lionel Van Deerlin 37th, Calif Oct. 2-4, 1970 

Charles E. Wiggins 25th, Calif... Aug. 30-Sept. 13, 1970. 

Glenn M. Anderson 17th, Calif Oct. 14-Nov. 15, 1970.. 

George W. Andrews. 3d, Ala Oct. 15-Nov. 15, 1970 

Bill D. Burlison 10th, Mo... Nov. 7-13, 1970 

Silvio O. Conte 1st, Mass Aug. 7-10, 1970 

Do do Aug. 14-31. 1970 

Do __ do. Sept. 17-28, 1970 

Don Edwards 9th. Calif.... Sept. 18-20, 1970 

Frank E. Evans 3d, Colo. Oct. 9-Nov. 8, 1970 

Ed Foreman 2d, N. Mex Sept. 12-20, 1970 

Do.. do. Oct. 1-10, 1970 

Donald M. Fraser 5th, Minn Oct. 2-5, 1970 

Do do Nov. 10-11, 1970 

F. Edward Hebert 1st, La.* Nov. 16, 1970 . 

Speedy O. Long 8th, La _ Oct. 23-Nov. 1, 1970.. _ 

Do... do* Nov. 15, 1970 

Clark MacGregor 3d, Minn... Sept. 17-22, 1970 

Dave Martin 3d, Nebr.. Oct. 15-Nov. 15, 1970.. 

George P. Miller 8th. Calif. Oct. 13-Nov. 16, 1970.. 

Patsy T. Mink At Large, Hawaii*... Nov. 14, 1970 _. 

Carl D. Perkins. 7th. Ky _ Nov. 9-13, 1970 

Alexander Pirnie 32d, N.Y Oct. 7-Nov. 12, 1970... 

Wm. J. Randall 4th, Mo. Oct. 15-Nov. 15, 1970... 



3309 



$104.00 
210.00 
378. 00 
75.92 
174. 58 
74.00 
74.00 
74.00 
74.00 
140.00 
180.00 
158.24 
705.78 
50.00 
154.90 
123.92 
124.76 
397.44 
103.50 
169.52 
45.00 
184.42 
136.20 
136.20 
392.40 
575.51 
218.16 
376.10 
711.52 
215.80 
358. 22 
340. 75 
374. 96 
750. 00 
142.00 
250.56 
208. 24 
145. 56 
132.00 
132.00 
252.60 
543. 75 
255.86 
410.00 
245.00 
307.00 
131.36 
161.27 
126.60 
303. 84 
366. 00 
381.00 
98.17 
302. 00 
366. 00 
376. 56 
205. 92 
234.66 
95.85 
96.50 
90.35 
375.60 
211.50 
517.44 
517.44 
141.00 
141.00 
94.80 
269. 04 
97.80 
172.00 
243. 00 
381.50 
351.23 
72.00 
101.50 
273. 02 



*One way. 



287 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 43b and 43b-l, 
as amended— Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1970 

Nov. 24 3309 Fernand J. St Germain.... 1st. R.I... Oct. 1-6, 1970 $105.60 

John P. Saylor 22d. Pa._ 1970.. 750.00 

B. F. Sisk 16th. Calif.. _ Oct. 15-Nov. 14, 1970 388.00 

SamSteiger 3d, Ariz Oct. 9-11. 1970 316.00 

Al Ullman 2d, Oreg _ Oct. 18-Nov. 7, 1970.. 441.48 

Richard C.White 16th, Tex. Oct. 15-17. 1970 262.00 

Dec. 1 3445 J. Herbert Burke 10th, Fla Oct. 13-Nov. 6, 1970 284.30 

Daniel E. Button. 29th. N.Y Oct. 5-7, 1970 103.50 

William M. Colmer 5th, Miss. Oct. 16-Nov. 15, 1970 111.60 

Edith Green 3d, Oreg Oct. 16-Nov. 16, 1970. 366.00 

Charles H. Griffin 3d, Miss Oct. 15-Nov. 15, 1970 265.20 

Richard T. Hanna 34th, Calif Oct. 1-8, 1970. 366.00 

Do do. Oct. 9-Nov. 4, 1970 366.00 

Chet Holifield 19th, Calif Sept. 25-27, 1970 366.00 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr 11th, Ind..... Oct. 16-Nov. 14, 1970 147.50 

Jack H. McDonald 19th, Mich Oct. 1-5, 1970 150.06 

Spark M. Matsunaga. .... At Large, Hawaii Nov. 11-15, 1970 710.81 

Rogers C. B. Morton 1st, Md 1970 750.00 

Ray Roberts 4th, Tex Nov. 10-16, 1970 214.40 

JohnG.Schmitz 35th, Calif Nov. 2 10, 1970 381.60 

Frank A. Stubblefield 1st, Ky. Oct. 19-Nov. 13, 1970 208.32 

Morris K. Udall. 2d, Ariz... . Nov. 10-15, 1970 314.00 

John Wold At Large, Wyo Sept 10-12, 1970 280.04 

Do.... do* Sept. 29, 1970 156.20 

Do .do* Nov. 6, 1970 224.64 

3446 John H. Rousselot 24th, Calif _. Nov. 15-19, 1970 382.80 

3448 JoeD. Waggonner, Jr 4th, La. Nov. 25-29, 1970... 225.60 

2 3485 Thomas L. Ashley 9th, Ohio July 2-7, 1970 118.32 

Do.. do Aug. 15-18, 1970 118.32 

Alphonzo Bell . 28th, Calif... Nov. 19-22, 1970. 366.00 

Hale Boggs.. 2d, La Oct. 19-Nov. 10, 1970 285.96 

DelClawson 23d, Calif Oct. 15-Nov. 21, 1970 341.24 

James C. Cleveland 2d, N.H Nov. 19-23, 1970 101.80 

Philip M. Crane _. 13th, III Nov. 13, 1970 98.40 

O. C. Fisher 21st, Tex Nov. 19-20, 1970... 240.00 

Barry M. Goldwater, Jr.... 27th, Calif Oct. 15-Nov. 16, 1970 354.90 

Floyd V. Hicks 6th, Wash Nov. 20-22, 1970 374.00 

Craig Hosmer 32d, Calif.* Nov. 8 1970 356.05 

EdJones 8th, Tenn Oct. 6 1970 146.00 

Do _do_.._ Oct. 16-Nov. 16, 1970 213.00 

OdinLangen 7th, Minn , Oct. 9-Nov. 9, 1970 394.00 

Ray J. Madden 1st, Ind Oct. 17-Nov. 9, 1970 174.30 

Catherine May 4th, Wash.*.. ._ Nov. 17, 1970 183.00 

JohnS. Monagan 5th, Conn Nov. 19-22, 1970.... 94.86 

John T. Myers... 7th, Ind July 1-5, 1970 168.00 

Do do. July 16-19, 1970 168.00 

Do. do Aug. 14-Sept.8, 1970 168.00 

Arnold Olsen 1st, Mont Oct. 7-Nov. 11. 1970 566.34 

Thomas M. Pelly 1st, Wash __ Oct. 9-Nov. 9, 1970 477.10 

J. J. Pickle.. __ 10th, Tex Oct. 14-Nov. 16, 1970 187.20 

W. R. Poage 11th, Tex July 24-26, 1970 190.00 

Do do* Sept. 7, 1970.. 95.00 

Do do* Oct. 4. 1970 — . 96.00 

Do do*... Oct. 16, 1970 95.00 

Fred Schwengel 1st, Iowa... Oct. 1-4, 1970 118.88 

Do do Nov. 12-14, 1970... 114.88 

James W. Symington 2d, Mo Nov. 20-22, 1970 146.00 

4 3533 E. Ross Adair 4th, Ind Sept. 19-Nov. 20, 1970 151.40 

Do do Sept. 30-Oct. 2, 1970. 108.00 

Do... do Oct. 4-6. 1970... 98.00 

Brock Adams. 7th. Wash.* Oct. 16. 1970 188.00 

Glenn M. Anderson 17th. Calif... Nov. 20-23, 1970. 376.56 

Philip M. Crane 13th. Ill Nov. 20-21. 1970 98.40 

Eligio de la Garza 15th, Tex.* July 6, 1970_. 144.32 

Do do* Aug. 17, 1970.. 152.00 

Do do Oct. 11-13. 1970. 270.00 

Do _. _ .do Oct. 23-Nov. 4. 1970 271.00 

Ed Edmondson.. 2d, Okla Nov. 19-20, 1970 186.00 

Louis Frey.Jr 5th. Fla Nov. 20-22, 1970 156.00 

Kenneth J. Gray 21st, III Nov. 21-23, 1970... 216.88 

James A. Haley 7th, Fla Oct. 2-Nov. 13, 1970 215.11 

Durward G. Hall 7th, Mo. Nov. 19-23, 1970 294.50 

James F. Hastings 38th, N.Y Nov. 20-23, 1970 99.00 

Abraham Kazen, Jr 23d, Tex _. .. Nov. 19-22, 1970.'.'... 234.00 

* One way. 



288 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 43b and 43b-l, 
as amended— Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1970 

Dec. 4 3533 Robert L. Leggett 4th, Calif Sept. 17-21, 1970 $366.00 

Do do Oct. 8-12, 1970 366.00 

Do ..do Oct. 24-Nov. 4, 1970 366.00 

SpeedyO.Long 8th, La.* Nov. 20, 1970 115.20 

Donald E. Lukens 24th, Ohio Nov. 13-18, 1970 127.56 

David R. Obey 7th, Wis... July 31-Aug. 2,1970 148.00 

Do do __._ Aug. 7-9, 1970 150.00 

Do do.__. _ Sept. 11-13, 1970 155.00 

Do _...do__ Sept. 18-21, 1970 129.00 

Do... do Sept. 24-27, 1970.... 162.00 

Otto E. Passman... .... 5th, La Nov. 25-30, 1970 265.68 

David Pryor 4th, Ark... _ Oct. 12, 1970. _. 162.00 

Paul G. Rogers 9th, Fl a Nov. 22-23, 1970 168.00 

Dan Rostenkowski 8th, III. Nov. 14-20, 1970 193.70 

Charles M. Teague. 13th, Calif Oct. 17-Nov. 19, 1970 366.00 

John V. Tunney 38th, Calif Aug. 13-20, 1970 379.92 

Jamie L. Whitten 2d. Miss... Nov. 23-24, 1970 162.00 

Bob Wilson 36th, Calif Oct. 15-16, 1970 376.00 

9 3593 Thomas G. Abernethy 1st, Miss Nov. 25-30, 1970 224.88 

Frank Annunzio 7th, III Nov. 24-30, 1970 132.75 

Ben B. Blackburn.. 4th, Ga Nov. 27-30, 1970. 154.90 

Donald G. Brotzman 2d, Colo Sept. 25-27, 1970 206.60 

Do.... .do Oct. 8-11, 1970 205.86 

George Bush 7th, Tex July 23-Aug. 3, 1970 202.00 

Elford A. Cederberg 10th, Mich.... Nov. 25-29, 1970. 94.96 

Jeffery Cohelan 7th, Calif Nov. 19-22, 1970 376.00 

Harold R.Collier.. 10th, III.* July 6, 1970 64.55 

Do do Aug. 14-Sept. 6, 1970 196.98 

Do. ....do Sept. 16-21, 1970 129.80 

Robert V. Denney 1st, Nebr Nov. 25-30, 1970 219.20 

Edwin W. Edwards 7th, La Nov. 15-19, 1970.... 324.48 

Richard Fulton 5th, Tenn Nov. 19-23, 1970 116.00 

Sam Gibbons... 6th, Fla. Oct. 15-Nov. 4, 1970 130.00 

Do do.. Nov. 25-29. 1970 130.00 

Augustus F. Hawkins 21st, Calif. Nov. 24-29, 1970. 376.00 

Harold T. Johnson 2d, Calif Nov. 25-29, 1970 . 389.17 

Joseph E. Karth 4th, Minn Nov. 10-13, 1970 172.00 

John Kyi 4th, Iowa Aug. 6-9, 1970 191.92 

Do.. do* Nov. 14, 1970 123.94 

Jack H. McDonald. 19th, Mich Nov. 28-30, 1970 150.06 

James R.Mann 4th, S.C Nov. 25-30, 1970.... 121.90 

Bill Nichols 4th, Ala.... July 2-9, 1970 198.10 

Do. do.... Aug. 7-10, 1970 198.10 

Do __ do Sept. 17-21, 1970 198.10 

Do do Oct.9-12, 1970 198.10 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr 8th, Mass Nov. 25-29, 1970 126.60 

W. R. Poage 11th, Tex Nov. 24-29, 1970 231.00 

Richard L. Roudebush 5th, Ind July 1-14, 1970... 158.92 

Do ._ do Nov. 13-16, 1970 158.92 

Do... do Nov.20-29, 1970 158.92 

Vernon W. Thomson 3d, Wis Oct. 2-4, 1970 _. 170.80 

Do... do Oct. 15-Nov. 6, 1970.. 244.14 

Roger H.Zion 8th, Ind.. _ July 7-20, 1970 77.85 

Do do __ July 30-Aug. 3, 1970 77.85 

Do do _. Aug.6-10, 1970.. 77.85 

Do do Sept. 10-14, 1970. 77.85 

Do ..do Oct.8-13, 1970. 77.85 

Do _. do Nov. 25-30, 1970 77.85 

3610 John H. Rousselot 24th, Calif Dec. 7-10, 1970 382.80 

10 3615 Charles W. Sandman, Jr. . 2d, N.J. 1970 750.00 

3675 Edward Hutchinson 4th, Mich July 2-5, 1970 126.00 

Do .do July 24-27, 1970 98.00 

Do do _. Aug. 15-Sept. 9, 1970 175.02 

Do.. .do __ Oct. 16-Nov.9, 1970 172.51 

11 3709 Don Edwards 9th, Calif Oct. 24-26, 1970 375.60 

3744 Otto E. Passman 5th, La Dec. 3-7, 1970 265.68 

14 3759 JoeD. Waggonner, Jr 4th, La Dec. 3-13, 1970 205.60 

3761 Ed Foreman 2d, N. Mex.. July 30-Aug. 3, 1970 517.44 

15 3769 Glenn M. Anderson 17th, Calif Nov. 25-29, 1970 376.56 

Patrick T. Caffery 3d, La__ Oct. 27-Nov. 4, 1970 174.00 

Charles J. Carney 19th, Ohio. 1970 750.00 

Silvio O. Conte 1st, Mass Nov. 19-23, 1970 96.65 

Glenn R. Davis .... 9th, Wis Oct. 1-4, 1970 132.00 

Eligio de la Garza .. 15th, Tex Oct. 16-20, 1970 275.00 

Thomas N. Downing 1st, Va 1970 750.00 

* One way. 



289 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 43b and 43b-l, 
as amended— Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1970 

Dec. 15 3769 Thomas S. Foley 5th, Wash.* Nov. 11, 1970 $225.00 

Gerald R. Ford 5th, Mich Nov. 25-26, 1970 117.00 

Edwin B. Forsythe 6th, N.J.... .. 1970 750.00 

Lee H. Hamilton 9th, Ind... Nov. 20-22, 1970 104.00 

Robert E. Jones 8th, Ala. Nov. 25-30, 1970 174. 24 

Robert McClory 12th, III Oct. 15-Nov. 7, 1970 206.60 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr 11th, Calif Nov. 19-24. 1970... 366.00 

George H. Mahon 19th, Tex Sept. 26-27, 1970 238.00 

Do . . do_. Oct. 22-Nov. 14, 1970 238.00 

Robert B. "(Bob) Mathias.. 18th, Calif... Oct. 15-Nov. 9, 1970 392.00 

Do do Nov. 20-22, 1970 432.00 

William T. Murphy 3d, III 1970 750.00 

David R. Obey 7th, Wis.... Nov. 24-28, 1970 149.00 

Alexander Pirnie 32d, N.Y Nov. 20-30, 1970.... 101.50 

John R. Rarick 6th, La Oct. 21-27, 1970 186.00 

Charlotte T. Reid 15th, III Nov. 28-29, 1970 133.40 

Ben Reifel lst.S.Dak... Nov. 26-Dec. 3, 1970 374.96 

William C. Wampler 9th, Va. Nov. 25-29, 1970 96.60 

CharlesW. Whalen, Jr.. . 3d, Ohio July 6-9, 1970 72.00 

Do do July 13-16, 1970 72.00 

Do do July 20-23, 1970 72.00 

Do do_... July 27-31, 1970 72.00 

Do do Aug. 6-10, 1970.... 72.00 

Do do Sept. 9-11, 1970 72.00 

Do do ---. Sept. 17-21, 1970 72.00 

Do do Oct. 12-14, 1970 72.00 

Richard C.White.. 16th, Tex Oct. 10 11, 1970.... 220.00 

16 3773 William G. Bray 6th, Ind Jan. 29-Feb. 2, 1970 97.38 

Do do Feb. 18-19,1970 107.88 

Do.. do Feb.20-23, 1970 97.38 

Do ....do... Feb. 26-Mar. 2, 1970 107.88 

Do... do Mar. 12-16, 1970 107.88 

Do do Mar. 19-23, 1970 107.88 

Do do. Mar. 25-26, 1970 107.88 

Do do... Apr. 9-13, 1970 107.88 

Do do Apr. 23-27, 1970 107.88 

Do do Apr.30-May4, 1970 97.38 

Do do May 18-19, 1970 .... 97.38 

Martha W. Griffiths 17th, Mich Jan. 18-29, 1970 84.00 

Do do Feb. 21-27, 1970 84.00 

Do do Mar. 16-18, 1970 84.00 

Do do Apr.9-13, 1970 84.00 

Do ....do May 13-18, 1970 84.00 

Do ... ..do June 11-15, 1970. 84.00 

Hastings Keith 12th, Mass June 4-8, 1970 76.50 

J. William Stanton 11th, Ohio.. Jan. 23-25, 1970.... _ 97.52 

Do do... Feb. 12-15, 1970 97.52 

Do ...do Mar. 19-22, 1970 97.52 

Do do Apr. 1-4, 1970 _ 97.52 

Do do. May 29-June 1, 1970 97.52 

Do. do June 5-8, 1970 97.52 

3775 William H. Ayres 14th, Ohio.. July 24-27, 1970 85.56 

Do do Aug. 14-18, 1970 85.56 

Do... do Sept. 10-13, 1970 85.56 

Do do Oct. 16-19, 1970.... _. 85.56 

Do do Nov.20-21, 1970 85.56 

Do do Dec. 11-13, 1970 85.56 

3798 John B. Anderson 16th, III Dec. 4-6, 1970 139.20 

Thomas L. Ashley 9th, Ohio Sept. 4-9, 1970 118.32 

Do do Oct.2-6, 1970... 118.32 

Do do Nov. 25-30, 1970 118.32 

Do ....do Dec. 4-6, 1970 118.32 

William G. Bray 6th, Ind July 14-15,1970... 91.08 

Earle Cabell 5th, Tex.* July 16, 1970 99.75 

Do do July 19-21, 1970 206.00 

Do do Aug. 3-5, 1970 206.00 

Do do* Sept.27, 1970 103.00 

Do do* __ Nov.8, 1970.... 103.00 

Do do Nov. 10-16, 1970 206.00 

Do do .._. Nov. 25-Dec. 2, 1970 214.00 

James C. Cleveland 2d, N.H Dec. 3-7, 1970 101.80 

James M. Collins 3d, Tex Nov. 19-22, 1970 166.00 

John Dellenback 4th, Oreg July 10-13,1970 326.00 

Edwin W. Edwards 7th, La Nov. 29-Dec. 3, 1970 ._ 324.48 

* One way. 



290 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 43b and 43b-l, 
as amended— Continued 



1970 
Dec. 16 



3798 



3841 
3854 
3863 



Congressman 



Congressional district 



Date 



Martha W. Griffiths 17th Mich July 23-27, 1970 

Do do Aug. 4, 1970 

Do. do.. Sept. 11-13, 1970 

Do do Oct. 7-13, 1970 _. 

Do ..do _ Nov. 19-20, 1970 

Hastings Keith 12th, Mass July 9-13, 1970 

Do do Aug. 6-10, 1970 

Do do Sept. 17-21, 1970 

Carleton J. King 30th, N.Y Oct. 2-6, 1970 

Do do Oct. 23-Nov. 5, 1970.. 

Donald E. Lukens 24th, Ohio Dec. 3-7,1970 

Wiley Mayne 6th, Iowa Dec. 8-10, 1970 

Robert H. Michel 18th, III.. Sept. 21-30, 1970 

Do do _. Oct. 5-13. 1970 

Do do Nov. 12-25, 1970 

Patsy T. Mink. At Large, Hawaii Dec. 4-6, 1970. 

Lucien N. Nedzi 14th, Mich Nov. 25-Dec. 1, 1970.. 

Arnold Olsen 1st, Mont Sept. 18-Oct. 4, 1970.. 

Melvin Price 24th, III Nov. 20-22, 1970 

Do .do Nov. 25-29, 1970 

Do ....do Dec. 4-6, 1970 

Philip E. Ruppe 11th, Mich Oct. 7-Nov. 4, 1970... 

Neal Smith 5th, Iowa Oct. 15-Nov. 8, 1970.. 

Do.. do... Nov. 19-29, 1970 

J. William Stanton 11th, Ohio.. July 17-20, 1970 

Do do Aug.20-Sept. 8, 1970. 

Do do Sept. 24-27, 1970 

Do do Oct. 14-Nov. 6, 1970.. 

BurtL. Talcott 12th, Calif.* Dec. 6, 1970 

Morris K. Udall 2d, Ariz.. Dec. 4-6, 1970 

SamSteiger 3d, Ariz Sept. 17-20, 1970 

Bill Chappell, Jr 4th, Fla Dec. 11-13, 1970 

G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery. 4th, Miss... Nov. 21-Dec. 5, 1970.. 

Frank Annunzio 7th, III Dec. 3-7,1970 

John M. Ashbrook 17th, Ohio... _. Oct. 14-Nov. 16, 1970. 

E. Y. Berry 2d, S. Dak Nov. 13-22, 1970 

Ray Blanton. 7th, Tenn July 30-Aug. 10, 1970. 

Do do Aug. 30-Sept. 6, 1970. 

Do do _-_. Oct. 1-12, 1970 

Do _._.do.___ Oct. 31-Nov. 16, 1970. 

Garry Brown 3d, Mich Nov. 20-22, 1970 

Laurence J. Burton 1st, Utah. Sept. 8-11, 1970 

Do... do* _ __ Oct. 5, 1970 

Daniel E. Button 29th, N.Y... Dec. 4-7, 1970 

Elford A. Cederberg 10th, Mich Dec. 4-5, 1970 

John Conyers, Jr 1st, Mich Nov. 2-15, 1970 

John C. Culver 2d, Iowa Oct. 2-5, 1970 

Do do Oct. 14-Nov. 15, 1970. 

Emilio Q. Daddario 1st, Conn Oct. 2-6, 1970 

Do do Nov. 16-17, 1970 

Do ...do Dec. 4-7, 1970 

Ed Edmondson 2d, Okla Dec. 3-6, 1970 

Jack Edwards 1st, Ala July 9-12, 1970 

Do... do Oct. 14-Nov. 5, 1970... 

Henry B. Gonzalez 20th, Tex Dec. 3-6, 1970 

Charles H. Griffin 3d, Miss Nov. 25-30, 1970 

Durward G.Hall 7th, Mo Dec. 3-7, 1970 

James F. Hastings 38th, N.Y Dec. 4-7, 1970 

F. Edward HSbert 1st, La.* Nov. 30, 1970 

Do do* Dec. 3, 1970 

Frank Horton.. 36th, N.Y _. Nov. 10-13, 1970 

Do .do Dec. 3-6, 1970 ._ 

Hastings Keith _ 12th, Mass Oct. 15-19, 1970 

Do do Nov. 25-30, 1970 

Richard D. McCarthy 39th, N.Y Nov. 19-23, 1970 

James A. McClure 1st, Idaho Dec. 1-7, 1970 

Torbert H. Macdonald 7th, Mass Oct. 15-Nov.9, 1970.. 

Do do. Nov. 24-30, 1970 

Do... do Dec. 4-7, 1970 

Clark MacGregor ._ 3d, Minn Dec. 3-8, 1970 

Maston O'Neal 2d, Ga__ Nov. 18-29, 1970 

Do do Dec. 5-6, 1970.. 

W.R. Poage 11th, Tex.*_ Dec.4, 1970 

Dan Rostenkowski 8th, III Dec. 3-6, 1970 



$88. 00 

88.00 

88.00 

88.00 

77.00 

79.20 

79.20 

79.20 

117.80 

117.80 

127.56 

234.36 

219.72 

219.72 

219.72 

746.33 

142.98 

390.08 

145.00 

211.56 

145.00 

146.36 

272.64 

272.64 

97.52 

97.52 

97.52 

97.52 

197.40 

314.00 

316.00 

158.24 

236. 02 

132.75 

102.86 

432. 72 

227.88 

227.88 

227. 88 

227.88 

182.48 

317.48 

157.72 

103. 50 

117.80 

141.30 

168. 00 

168. 00 

102.24 

102.24 

102. 24 

150.00 

139.36 

160.00 

239. 00 

168.00 

295.40 

99.00 

94.80 

94.80 

91.68 

91.68 

79.20 

121.00 

93.72 

356. 00 

131.44 

131.44 

131.44 

172.00 

183.87 

102. 00 

95.00 

193.70 



* One way. 



291 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 43b and 43b-l, 
as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1970 

Dec. 18 3863 Edward R. Roybal 30th, Calif Aug. 14-Sept. 12, 1970 $702.66 

Do do* Nov. 17, 1970 146.00 

Do do* Nov.30, 1970 183.00 

Keith G. Sebelius 1st, Kans..__ _. Oct. 15-Nov. 15, 1970 322.32 

Do do Nov. 25-30, 1970_ 322.32 

Do do _ .- Dec.3-6, 1970 322.32 

George E. Shipley 23d, III Sept. 11-14, 1970... 173.06 

Do do Oct. 9-12, 1970 173.06 

Do do Nov. 19-23, 1970 173.06 

James W. Symington 2d, Mo Dec. 4-8, 1970 146.00 

Vernon W. Thomson 3d, Wis Dec. 5-6, 1970 161.40 

John H. Ware 9th, Pa Nov. 16-20, 1970 28.92 

Do do Nov. 23-25, 1970 28.92 

Jamie L. Whitten 2d, Miss - Nov. 25-28, 1970 208.08 

John Wold. _ AtLarge, Wyo July 17-19, 1970 279.40 

Do do Nov. 29-Dec. 2, 1970 298.40 

Chalmers P. Wylie 15th, Ohio 1970.. 750.00 

Sidney R. Yates 9th. Ill Nov. 19-23, 1970. 120.00 

21 3913 James C. Corman 22d, Calif Dec. 3-6, 1970.. 416.00 

3920 John Young 14th, Tex Dec. 18 21, 1970 266.00 

3925 William L. Dickinson 2d, Ala.* July 24, 1970 71.00 

3926 Do do Oct.1-5, 1970 125.00 

3927 Do... ..do Oct.8-Nov. 5, 1970 125.00 

3928 Do do Nov. 27-Dec. 1, 1970 199.44 

23 3940 Thomas G. Abernethy 1st. Miss Dec. 9-14, 1970 224.88 

John M. Ashbrook 17th, Ohio Dec. 10-14. 1970 81.04 

Do do Dec. 1-4. 1970 67.04 

Jack Brinkley 3d,Ga Dec. 11-14, 1970 102.00 

John N. Happy Camp 6th, Okla... Oct. 15-Nov. 16, 1970 348.24 

Do do* Nov.29. 1970 120.00 

Do ..do Dec. 4-6. 1970 207.72 

Dominick V. Daniels 14th, N.J _ Dec. 15, 1970 750.00 

John W.Davis... 7th, Ga Dec. 1-2, 1970 90.00 

Ed Edmondson 2d, Okla Dec. 11-13, 1970 150.00 

Donald M. Fraser 5th. Minn Dec. 11-12, 1970 141.00 

Kenneth J. Gray 21st, III Dec. 3-7. 1970 216.88 

H. R. Gross... 3d, Iowa Dec. 4-5, 1970 126.00 

William H. Harsha 6th. Ohio 1970 750.00 

F. Edward Hebert 1st, La.* Dec. 6. 1970. 94.80 

William L. Hungate 9th, Mo Aug. 14-16. 1970 126.40 

Do do Nov. 13-15, 1970 126.40 

Earl F. Landgrebe 2d, Ind Oct. 9-12, 1970 110.40 

Do do Dec. 4-6, 1970 110.40 

PhilM. Landrum 9th, Ga Nov. 7-24, 1970 169.20 

Sherman P.Lloyd 2d, Utah Sept. 29-Oct. 5, 1970 334.00 

Manuel Lujan.Jr 1st, N. Mex. Dec. 6-10, 1970 _ 220.00 

Robert McClory.. 12th, III Dec. 10-12, 1970 125.52 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr 11th, Calif Dec. 2-6, 1970 366.00 

JamesG.O'Hara 12th, Mich Nov. 20, 1970 89.80 

BenReifel 1st, S. Dak Dec. 6-11, 1970 374.96 

William J. Scherle 7th, Iowa Nov. 30-Dec. 11, 1970. 184.00 

Roy A. Taylor 11th, N.C Dec. 4-6, 1970 73.60 

Robert O. Tiernan 2d, R.I July 16-20, 1970 114.50 

Do. do Aug. 1-10, 1970 114.50 

Do do Sept. 17-21, 1970 114.50 

Do do. Oct. 8-13, 1970 114.50 

Do do Nov. 10-16, 1970 114.50 

Do do Dec. 3-8, 1970 114.50 

William C. Wampler .... 9th, Va... Dec. 4-6, 1970 96.60 

Charles E. Wiggins 25th, Calif Oct. 1-4, 1970 366.00 

Do do* Oct. 15, 1970 183.00 

John M. Zwach 6th, Minn July 1-6. 1970. 138.00 

Do do July 24-28. 1970 138.00 

Do do Aug. 15-Sept. 4, 1970 306.66 

Do. .. .do Sept. 11-15, 1970 138.00 

Do do Oct. 1-4, 1970. 138.00 

Do do Oct. 9-12. 1970 138.00 

Do... do Oct. 15-Nov. 14, 1970 306.66 

29 3967 John Melcher 2d, Mont Dec. 23-28, 1970 337.20 

*One way. 



292 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, rund trip, between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 43b and 43b-l, 
as amended— Continued 



1970 
Dec. 30 



3986 



3991 

3996 

31 4007 



4009 



4013 
4014 



Congressman 



Congressional district 



Date 



William R. Anderson 6th, Tenn Nov. 20-24, 1970 

Do do Dec. 4-8, 1970 

Mark Andrews.... 1st. N.C.* Oct. 14, 1970 

Wm. S. Broomfield 18th, Mich Dec. 11-12, 1970 

Omar Burleson 17th, Tex.. Nov. 25-29, 1970 

Harold R. Collier 10th, III Nov. 25-30, 1970 

Philip M. Crane 13th, III.... Dec. 13, 1970 

John Dellenback. 4th, Oreg Oct. 15-Nov. 17, 1970. 

David W. Dennis 10th, Ind July 9-12, 1970 

Do _-._ ...do. Aug. 13-14, 1970 

Do do Sept. 17-22, 1970 

Do do Sept. 24-29, 1970 

Do.... do Oct. 1-6, 1970. 

Do do Oct. 8-13, 1970. 

Do do Oct. 19-Nov. 15, 1970. 

Edward J. Derwinski 4th, III. Dec. 3-5, 1970 

Charles C. Diggs, Jr 13th, Mich Sept. 29-Oct. 2, 1970.. 

Do do Oct. 6-13, 1970 

Do ..do Nov. 16-23, 1970 

Do _ .do Dec. 1-7, 1970 

John D. Dingell 16th, Mich Oct. 26, 1970 _. 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn. 3d,S.C.*___ Aug. 19, 1970. 

Do do* Sept. 17, 1970 

Do... do _ Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 1970.. 

John N. Erlenborn 14th, III.. Dec. 4-6, 1970 

Frank E. Evans.. 3d, Colo Dec. 10-15, 1970 

G. Elliott Hagan 1st, Ga __ Oct. 15-29, 1970 

Do do Oct.31-Nov. 15, 1970. 

Do do Nov.25-Dec. 1, 1970.. 

Orval Hansen.. 2d, Idaho* Nov. 16, 1970 

Do do* Dec. 13, 1970 

David N. Henderson 3d, N.C _ Aug.7-10, 1970 

Do .do Sept. 24-28, 1970 

Do.. do -. Oct. 15-Dec. 19, 1970.. 

Do do Nov. 25-Dec. 30, 1970. 

Do _ .do Dec. 11-14, 1970 

JohnJarman 5th, Okla.* Oct. 18, 1970 _. 

Do do.* Nov. 15, 1970 

Delbert L. Latta 5th, Ohio Nov. 20-29, 1970 

Do do Dec. 10-13, 1970 

Alton Lennon 7th, N.C... _ July 2-6, 1970 

Do ..do Aug. 15-Sept. 8, 1970. 

Do... do Oct. 1-4, 1970 

Do.... do Oct. 16-Nov. 15, 1970. 

Do. do Nov. 25-29, 1970 

Speedy O. Long... 8th, La.* Nov. 23, 1970... 

Do do.* Nov. 25, 1970 

Lloyd Meeds. 2d, Wash.. ._ Dec. 10-14, 1970 

WilliamS. Moorhead 14th, Pa 1970 

W. R. Poage 11th, Tex.... Dec. 11-13, 1970 

Albert H.Quie 1st, Minn Dec. 11-13, 1970 

Byron G. Rogers. 1st, Colo Dec. 11-15, 1970 

Richard L. Roudebush 5th, Ind _ Dec. 3-15, 1970 

John G.Schmitz 35th, Calif.. Sept.30-Oct. 5, 1970.. 

Robert T. Stafford At Large, Vt Sept. 24-27, 1970 

J. William Stanton 11th, Ohio Dec. 14-15, 1970 

Jamie L. Whitten 2d, Miss Dec. 13-14, 1970 

Wendell Wyatt 1st, Oreg Dec. 10-13, 1970 

OttoE. Passman 5th, La Dec. 23-29, 1970 

Arnold Olsen _ 1st, Mont Dec. 19-30, 1970 

Henry C. Schadeberg 1st, Wis July 16-21, 1970 

Do do _ Aug. 6-9, 1970 

Do do Sept. 11-15,1970 

Do do Dec. 3-7, 1970 

Do do Aug. 14-Sept.7, 1970. 

Do _ do Nov. 20-23, 1970 

Do do _ Sept. 17-21, 1970 

Do do Dec. 10-14, 1970 

Do do* Oct. 11, 1970 

John Buchanan 6th, Ala Sept. 13-15, 1970 

Do. do July 17-20, 1970 

Adjustment from current period 



$190.32 
190. 32 

125. 56 
88.00 

291.20 

129. 80 

98.40 

366. 00 

97.32 

93.36 

97.32 

97.32 

93.36 

97.32 

153.98 

96.00 

88.00 

88.00 

79.00 

88.00 

70.00 

52.60 

50.40 

130.90 

120.00 

250.00 

153.46 

153.46 

153.46 

200. 00 

188.00 

83.40 

83.40 

83.40 

83.40 

79.80 

104.60 

104.60 

128.50 

128. 50 

87.72 

87.72 

87.72 

87.72 

87.72 

102.60 

123.72 

376.80 

750.00 

201.90 

310.32 

257. 00 

158.92 

307.60 

97.28 

85.04 

134. 00 

393.36 

265.68 

566. 84 

126.00 

126. 00 

126. 00 

126. 00 
217.04 
217.04 
217.04 
217.04 
108. 46 
104. 00 
104. 00 

(750.00) 



Total paid from 1971 appropriations 299,957.46 



*One way. 



293 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for employees, round trip, between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 127a: 



Congressional 
district 



Congressman district Date 

W. C. (Dan) Daniel 5th, Va.. Apr. 4-13, 1969. 



Employee 
1970 
Sept. 17 1688 Gwendolyn W. 
Thurman. 

Dec. 10 3668 Helen M. Tomascik Daniel J. Floods 11th, Pa Mar. 21 24, 1969. 

3669 Do ...do do June 12-16, 1969. 

Total paid from 1969 appropriations 

July 1 25 Ed Chandler O.C.Fisher 

Bernard A. Mandella - - Joseph M. Gaydos. 

Robert R. Nelson Ken Hechler 

Do do. 

Lee A. Hanley Arnold Olsen 



Paul G. Rosenblatt Sam Steiger. 

John Hugh Henry David Pryor. 

Pat Tribble do 



31 
Aug. 3 



15 240 Michael A. Forgash E. A. Cederberg 

E. McK. Hutton Thomas N. Downing... 

Do do.. 

Arthur W.Todd Clarence E. Miller 

James G. Pyrros Lucien N. Nedzi 

17 344 Florence Palmer Jacob H. Gilbert 

Do do 

John E. Cox, Jr Barry M. Goldwater, Jr 



Marion E. Otsea William S. Mailliard. 

Lois H. Perry Jerry L. Pettis 

Richard A. Brown James H. Scheuer. . 

Neal J. Houston Robert T. Stafford. . 

James A. Austin. . . ... Mark Andrews 

Raymond W. Sebens George E. Brown, Jr. 

Laura P. Stephenson _ . . Ogden R. Reid 

J. Patrick Rowland Charles E. Wiggins. . 

Katherine L. Frankle... Abner J. Mikva 

Robert L. Tonsing Donald G. Brotzman . 

William E. Stodart Don H. Clausen 

Belgn Alvarez Jorge L. Cordova... 



390 
495 



653 
782 



1040 
1041 
1043 
1044 
1045 



Richard C. Clark John C. Culver 

J. Pemberton John Dellenback 

Alvin A. Bray William L. Springer. _. 

Gary Bayer Clarence J. Brown 

Kaz Oshiki Robert W. Kastenmeier. 

Eulalia O. Corbin Robert McClory 

Leonard Saari Lloyd Meeds 

Esther P. Miller George P. Miller 



21 1174 George L. Milstead Robert E. Jones. . . 

Baron I. Shacklette Wright Patman 

Clifford O. Gaucher Philip J. Philbin 

Do do 

Angela De Rosa Robert A. Roe 

Do do 

28 1377 JamesH.Lake Robert B. (Bob) 

Mathias. 

1378 Clara L. Lambert William T. Murphy. 

Sept. 8 1576 Diane Taylor Frank M. Clark 

Shirley Jo Hays Jack Edwards 

David C. Pruitt III.. ..do 

James H. Lake Robert B. (Bob) 

Mathias. 
Jean McLean Alton Lennon 



17 
Oct. 9 



27 

Nov. 20 
Dec. 15 



1689 
2279 



2372 
2373 
2730 
3282 
3762 



David A. Lovenheim Frank Horton 

Do ...do -. 

Kathryn Marazzo Robert A. Roe... 

Ethel Maness Leonard Farbstein 

Johnnie B. Hohnadel G. Elliott Hagan 

James H. Smits _ John W. Byrnes 

Wallace L.Jernigan.... W. S. (Bill) Stuckey, Jr. 

Helen M. Tomascik Daniel J. Flood 

David D. Brunell Donald W. Riegle, Jr.. 

Wallace L. Jernigan W. S. (Bill) Stuckey, Jr 



21st, Tex.*..... June 16, 1970 

20th, Pa June 15-19, 1970. 

4th, W. Va June 4-14, 1970.. 

do.* June 21, 1970.... 

1st, Mont May 10-June 15, 

1970. 

3d, Ariz. May 25-31, 1970.. 

4th, Ark Oct. 4-19, 1969 .... 

do Dec. 26, 1969-Jan. 

3, 1970. 

10th, Mich June 12-27, 1970. 

1st, Va Feb. 13-15, 1970. 

....do Apr. 10-12,1970. 

10th, Ohio June 25-28, 1970. 

14th, Mich June 5-9, 1970 .... 

22d, N.Y May 24-30, 1970... 

do. June 22-24, 1970. 

27th, Calif May 15-June20, 

1970. 

6th, Calif June 4-11, 1970 

33d, Calif.* June 17, 1970 

21st, N.Y June 15-26, 1970 . 

At Large, Vt June 24-30, 1970.. 

1st, N.Dak.*... Dec. 6, 1969 

29th, Calif.* June 18, 1970 

26th, N.Y June 3-26, 1970 

25th, Calif.*.... June 21, 1970 

2d, III Apr. 6-12, 1970.. 

2d, Colo.* June 27, 1970 

1st, Calif May 1-3, 1970 

(Res. Comm.) June 27, 1970 

P.R.* 

2d, Iowa June 12-28, 1970.. 

4th, Oreg.* June 14, 1970 

22d, III... -.-. May 11-15, 1970.. 

7th, Ohio June 9-19, 1970 

2d, Wis.* June 27, 1970 

12th, III.* June 9, 1970 

2d, Wash.* June 25, 1970 

8th, Calif Mar. 12-Apr. 10, 

1970. 

8th, Ala May 27-Junel, 1970 

1st, Tex Mar. 30-31, 1970.. 

3d, Mass Mar. 19-27, 1970. 

...do..- May 6-11, 1970 

8th, N.J... Nov. 15-18, 1969.. 

do Dec. 5-9, 1969 

18th, Calif Mar. 12-26, 1970. . 



3d, III.* June 19, 1970 

25th, Pa May 10-20, 1970 

1st, Ala Mar. 23-29, 1970. . . . 

do Feb. 1-12, 1970 

18th, Calif Jan. 20-Feb. 5, 1970. 

7th, N.C Mar. 23-May 18, 

1970. 

36th, N.Y Jan 21-25,1970 

do.... May 22-24, 1970.... 

8th, N.J June 9-11, 1970 

19th, N.Y June 22-25, 1970.... 

1st, Ga June 18-22, 1970 

8th. Wis Aug. 9-Sept. 7, 1969. 

8th, Ga May 9-16, 1970 

11th, Pa... Feb. 26-Mar. 2, 1970. 

. 7th, Mich June 11-18, 1970 

. 8th, Ga.* June 9, 1970 



$62.38 



58.50 
58.50 



179. 38 

"208762 
61.34 
59.85 
32.55 

570. 84 

306. 60 
291.12 
163. 80 

168.92 
48.02 
48.02 

102. 02 

144.34 
60.20 
60.20 

650.32 

272. 48 
309.60 

70.12 
130. 92 

77.70 
189.35 

76.34 
336.41 
108. 75 
221.53 
334. 08 

71.00 

152.25 
177.45 
104.05 
111.50 
114.78 
43.61 
370.20 
269. 33 

158.40 
242. 28 
122. 02 
122. 02 
61.56 
61.56 
708. 32 

94.80 

74.76 

252.60 

252. 60 

708. 32 

87.72 

91.68 
91.68 
57.36 
72.88 
153. 46 
250. 38 
174.58 
58.50 
113.40 
87.29 



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DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 



Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for employees, round trip between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 127a:— Con. 

Congressional 

Employee Congressman district Date 
1970 

Dec. 16 3777 Rita W. Schwall William H. Ayres 14th, Ohio Feb. 23-28, 1970 $85.56 

21 3910 Diane E. Prince Hastings Keith 12th. Mass.*.... June 24. 1970 60.50 

3911 Dorothy W. Vagnozzi..._ Charles W. Sandman, 2d, N.J June 14-15, 1970 46.14 

Jr. 

23 3941 Patrick J. Donoghue Edward P. Boland 2d, Mass May 28-June 2, 1970. 106.34 

Charles O. Whitley David N. Henderson, .. 3d. N.C... May 15-18. 1970 79.80 

28 3961 William M. Feighan Michael A. Feighan 20th, Ohio Apr. 24-May 7, 1970, 95.22 

RonayArlt Edward I. Koch 17th, N.Y Nov. 7-8, 1969 56.20 

JuneB. Thayn Earl B. Ruth 8th, N.C Mar. 27-Apr. 6. 1970. 92.98 

30 3981 D. Irvin Couvillion Speedy 0. Long . 8th. La Apr. 3-19, 1970 295.92 

Esther P. Miller George P. Miller 8th, Calif May 1-9, 1970 357.10 

ShirleeEndersMcGloon. J. William Stanton 11th, Ohio Apr. 1-7, 1970 97.52 



Total paid from 1970 appropriations 11,989.66 



July 17 339 H. Donald Harper John H. Rousselot 24th, Calif July 1-10, 1970 366.00 

341 Robert A. Reintsema_._ Clarence E. Miller 10th, Ohio July 3-6, 1970 101.78 

Frances H. Light James H. (Jimmy) 1st, Ten n July 1-5, 1970 102.72 

Quillen. 

C. Patrick Roberts Keith G. Sebelius 1st, Kans July 2-5, 1970 322.32 

Bernard C. Nagelvoort.. Guy Vander Jagt 9th, Mich July 1-2, 1970 133.80 

23 495 Raymond W.Sebens.... George E. Brown, Jr. _. 29th, Calif.* July 3, 1970 193.34 

PeterM. Stark John G. Schmitz 35th, Calif.*. .do 358.08 

Margaret W. Moore Lionel Van Deerlin 37th, Calif.* July 15, 1970 190.50 

Jack M. Foulk Chalmers P. Wylie 15th, Ohio July 6-10. 1970 100.12 

27 503 Nancy Fisher John Young 14th, Tex July 17-26, 1970 246.00 

31 665 Robert L. Tonsing Donald G. Brotzman.. 2d, Colo.* July 5, 1970 221.53 

R. Leroy Ellis Patrick T. Caffery 3d, La July 7-12, 1970 190.80 

Do ....do ...do July 16-19, 1970 194.00 

Belin Alvarez Jorge L. Cordova (Res. Comm.), July 12, 1970 71.00 

P.R.* 

John P. Hanley Glenn R. Davis 9th, Wis July 17-19, 1970 131.28 

J. Pemberton.. ._ John Dellenback 4th, Oreg.* July 5, 1970 177.45 

Kim Clark W. R. Hull, Jr 6th, Mo July 14-20, 1970 174.00 

Gerald Henson Durward G. Hall 7th, Mo July 2-20, 1970 294.50 

Warren H. Carroll John G. Schmitz 35th, Calif.* July 1, 1970 356.08 

Russell A. Rourke Henry P. Smith III ... 40th, N.Y July 14-20, 1970 104.62 

Margaret Bale Olin E. Teague 6th, Tex July 11-16, 1970 206.00 

Veronica T. Stevens Gus Yatron 6th, Pa July 3-4, 1970 36.12 

Aug. 13 960 Robert R. Nelson Ken Hechler 4th, W. Va.*.__. July 4, 1970 52.38 

14 967 Patricia E. Peak Wayne L. Hays 18th, Ohio July 27-Aug. 5, 1970. 75.50 

17 993 H. Donald Harper John H. Rousselot 24th, Calif Aug. 10-13, 1970... . 382.80 

18 1001 Florence Hall Jeffery Cohelan 7th, Calif July 13-Aug. 1, 1970. 366.00 

Ann W. Kelly Harold R. Collier 10th, III July 12-25, 1970 108.00 

William L. First Thomas S. Foley 5th, Wash July 1-22, 1970 653.44 

Jacqueline A. Gerachis.. Barry M. Goldwater, 27th, Calif July 3-27, 1970 650.32 

Jr. 

Jessy L Wolfe F. Edward Hebert 1st, La.* July 31, 1970 133.92 

Weldon H. Steiner William L. Hungate ... 9th, Mo July 2-4, 1970 230.16 

Eulalia 0. Corbin Robert McClory 12th, III.* July 6, 1970 42.70 

Robert Neuman Jerome R. Waldie 14th, Calif July 22-26, 1970 292.00 

19 1042 KazOshiki Robert W. Kasten- 2d, Wis.* July 25, 1970 114.83 

meier. 

1046 Thomas E. Hooker Bill Chappell, Jr 4th, Fla.* July 8, 1970 103.04 

21 1175 JamesA.Wise William R. Anderson. .. 6th, Tenn July 30-Aug. 9, 1970. 190.32 

Robert M. Howard Walter S. Baring At Large, Nev... July 1-Aug. 9, 1970.. 687.24 

Gladys Uhl Richard Boiling 5th, Mo Aug. 3-8, 1970 177.60 

Jack P. Mickle Jack Brinkley 3d, Ga July 27-Aug. 4, 1970. 189.60 

E. Orville Johnson David W. Dennis 10th. I nd July 30-Aug. 2, 1970. 76.65 

James L. Robinett, Jr... Durward G. Hall 7th, Mo July 30-Aug. 10, 294.50 

1970. 

Clifton Allen F. Edward Hebert 1st. La.* Aug. 7, 1970 133.92 

George L Milstead Robert E. Jones 8th, Ala July 2-7, 1970 158.40 

Robert E. Hess Joseph E. Karth 4th, Minn Aug. 3-6. 1970 155.00 

Quenton K. Crandall.... Manuel Lujan. Jr 1st, N. Mex July 25-Aug. 3. 1970. 189.00 

Charles 0. Ingraham... Howard W. Robison.... 33d, N.Y Aug. 4-8. 1970 76.80 

Don Barney Al Ullman 2d. Oreg July 30-Aug. 5. 1970. 366.00 

24 1226 E. Neel Edwards, Jr John R. Rarick 6th, La Aug. 7-20, 1970 300.66 

28 1369 CarlW.Cardin John Paul Hammer- 3d, Ark July 27-Aug. 3, 1970. 288.24 

schmidt. 

Vernice Holifield Chet Holifield 19th, Calif.* July 30. 1970 183.00 

Daisy Akahoshi Patsy T. Mink At Large, Aug. 8, 1970 351.23 

Hawaii.* 

Clara L. Lambert William T. Murphy 3d. III.* July 27, 1970 94.80 

Milan Boryan Arnold Olsen 1st, Mont July 13-Aug. 10, 572.23 

1970. 

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295 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for employees, round trip between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 127a:— Con. 

Congressional 
Employee Congressman district Date 

1970 

Aug. 28 1369 Michael B. Goldenthal.. Benjamins. Rosenthal. 8th, N.Y July 29, 1970 $48.00 

Francine Siedlecki do.. do do 54.00 

Sept. 8 1577 G. Russell Pipe Jackson E. Betts 8th, Ohio Aug. 19-22, 1970 124.98 

John B. Watkins Robert V. Denney 1st, Nebr Aug. 8-10, 1970 184.00 

Julius Glickman... Bob Eckhardt... 8th, Tex Aug. 8-12, 1970 182.52 

Karen Allen Don Fuqua.. 2d, Fla.* Aug. 14, 1970 116.27 

11 1615 Catherine E. Wilson George E. Brown, Jr.. .. 29th, Calif Aug. 22-Sept. 9, 1970 376.00 

16 1671 Richard F. Flood Don Edwards 9th, Calif Sept. 3-8, 1970 304.10 

1680 Virginia Fletcher Dan Rostenkowski 8th, III Aug. 28-Sept. 8, 1970. 193.70 

1681 Van R. Olsen Mark Andrews 1st. N. Dak Aug. 13-Sept. 2, 1970. 370.14 

Larry M.Wheeler Jack Brinkley 3d, Ga Aug. 1-16,1970 192.00 

William T. Kendall Peter H. B. 5th, N.J Aug. 24-30, 1970 61.10 

Frelinghuysen. 

William S. Wasserman, Michael J. Harrington.. 6th, Mass. Aug. 6-28, 1970 131.53 

Jr. 

Albert P. Gamache William D. Hathaway. .. 2d, Maine Aug. 10-23, 1970 158.16 

Alyce D. Canaday Peter N. Kyros 1st, Maine Aug. 17-Sept. 7, 1970 152.40 

Kaye M. Burchell Delbert L. Latta 5th, Ohio Aug. 13-16, 1970 83.00 

Oscar E. Goss Wilbur D. Mills 2d, Ark Aug. 15-Sept. 6, 254.76 

1970. 

W. E. Ainsworth, Jr G. V. (Sonny) 4th, Miss.. Aug. 13-Sept. 4, 236.02 

Montgomery. 1970. 

John W. Katz Howard W. Pollock At Large, Alaska. Aug. 14-Sept. 6, 444.80 

1970. 

ArleneSommers Thomas M. Rees 26th, Calif July 16-Aug. 2, 1970. 271.00 

Frank Lockridge Ben Reifel 1st, S. Dak Aug. 15-24, 1970 374.96 

C. Patrick Roberts Keith G. Sebelius 1st, Kans Aug. 16-27, 1970 322.32 

Terrence L. Bracy Morris K. Udall 2d. Ariz.*.. Aug. 24, 1970 294.84 

B. C. Nagelvoort Guy Vander Jagt 9th, Mich July 25-Aug. 17, 183.81 

1970. 

21 1734 Charles Odell Thomas M. Pelly 1st, Wash Aug. 10-Sept. 21, 733.20 

1970. 

22 1802 Alan A. Butchman Brock Adams 7th, Wash Aug. 25-Sept. 4, 376.00 

1970. 

Nick Van Nelson Charles E. Bennett 3d, Fla.* Aug. 30, 1970 51.00 

JohnS. Hoyt Samuel L. Devine 12th, Ohio Aug. 13-24, 1970 110.42 

Woodfen McLean Ed Jones 8th, Tenn Aug. 7-Sept. 5, 213.00 

1970. 

Michael C. Marden Joe Skubitz... 1st, Kans Aug. 11-Sept. 9, 183.84 

1970. 

Frances Fay English Roy A. Taylor 11th, N.C Aug. 7-Sept. 7, 119.14 

1970. 

28 1846 Richard H.White, Jr... Ed Edmondson 2d, Okla Sept. 11-13, 1970.... 186.00 

Oscar F. Juarez Louis Frey, Jr 5th, Fla Aug. 15-18, 1970 233.28 

Hector Alcalde Sam Gibbons 6th, Fla Aug. 14-22, 1970 225.12 

Lawrence L. Bowles Charles Raper Jonas. _. 9th, N.C Aug. 15-Sept. 6, 110.98 

1970. 

Joseph E. Croken Torbert H. Macdonald._ 7th, Mass Aug. 13-21, 1970.... 131.44 

Goldie Mae Eckl George E. Shipley 23d, III.. July 21-28, 1970 173.06 

Anthony Coelho B. F. Sisk 16th, Calif Aug. 29-Sept. 6, 405.16 

1970. 

Neal J.Houston Robert T. Stafford At Large, Vt Aug. 14-Sept. 12, 130.46 

1970. 

Paul G. Rosenblatt Sam Steiger 3d, Ariz Aug. 4-11, 1970 316.00 

CarlD. Reinhold William B. Widnall 7th, N.J Sept. 7-8, 1970 65.70 

3ct. 9 2274 George M. Barnett Tom Bevill 7th, Ala Sept. 4-20, 1970 134.00 

Robert L. Tonsing Donald G. Brotzman.. . 2d, Colo.* Aug. 9, 1970 221.38 

Florence O. Timko Bob Casey 22d, Tex Aug. 9-Sept. 3, 183.50 

1970. 

Trent Lott William M. Colmer 5th, Miss.* Aug. 15, 1970 84.00 

Do... do do* Sept. 16, 1970 82.50 

Johnnie B. Hohnadel... G. Elliott Hagan 1st, Ga Aug. 1-5, 1970 153.46 

KazOshiki Robert W. Kastenmeier. 2d, Wis Aug. 16-Sept. 5, 1970. 229.74 

LeonardSaari Lloyd Meeds 2d, Wash.* Sept. 20, 1970 370.20 

John Henry David Pryor.. 4th, Ark Sept. 17-20, 1970.... 162.00 

Thedford Collins do do do 162.00 

Irah E. Hocker Wm. J. Randall 4th, Mo Aug. 22-Sept. 3, 1970. 273.02 

Lester Rosen Garner E. Shriver 4th, Kans Aug. 18-Sept.3, 1970. 340.54 

Alma D. Butler Robert L. F. Sikes 1st, Fla Aug. 14-Sept. 26, 239.88 

1970. 

Richard C. Olson Morris K. Udall.. 2d, Ariz.* Aug. 28, 1970 292.20 

2278 Robert L. Tonsing Donald G. Brotzman. .. 2d, Ohio*... ... Sept. 19, 1970 221.38 

Marilynn L. Ogden William O. Cowger 3d, Ky Sept. 8-26, 1970.... 152.54 

John R. Buckley Dante B. Fascell 12th, Fla Sept. 17-28, 1970.... 303.04 

Leonard R. Smith Floyd V. Hicks 6th, Wash.*.. .. Aug. 21, 1970 352.00 

JohnE.Schrote Donald E. Lukens 24th, Ohio Aug. 21-30, 1970.... 130.96 

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296 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for employees, round trip between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 127a:— Con. 

Congressional 
Employee Congressman district Date 

1970 

Oct. 9 2278 Cary R. Brick Robert C. McEwen 31st, N.Y Sept. 28, 1970 $79.36 

Margaret Bale Olin E. Teague... 6th, Tex Aug. 17-Sept. 8, 206.00 

1970. 

2280 JohnL.Gamble Ray Blanton 7th, Tenn Sept. 29-Oct. 5, 1970. 207.48 

Gale D. Johnson .do do do 207.48 

David Early J. Herbert Burke 10th, Fla.* July 31, 1970 142.15 

William L. First Thomas S. Foley 5th, Wash.* Aug. 20, 1970 328.08 

Iric Nathanson Donald M. Fraser 5th, Minn.* July 2, 1970 150.90 

LoisC. Weinberg Carl D. Perkins 7th, Ky Sept. 23-26, 1970. .. 71.00 

Edith B. Wilkie Ogden R. Reid 26th, N.Y Sept. 30-Oct. 2, 62.20 

1970. 

Kathryn Marazzo Robert A. Roe 8th, N.J July 14-17, 1970 57.36 

Marius B. Peladeau Joseph P. Vigorito 24th, Pa Sept. 21-22, 1970. _. 92.04 

13 2424 George F. Allen Bill Chapped, Jr 4th, Fla Sept. 27-Oct. 8, 203.98 

1970. 

19 2550 Pamela Leeper John Dellenback 4th, Oreg Sept. 12-20, 1970. .. 366.00 

Mary Lou Lucas John J. Flynt, Jr 6th, Ga Aug. 12-Sept 20, 165.34 

1970. 

Jessy L.Wolfe F. Edward Hgbert 1st, La.* Oct. 2, 1970 133.92 

John K. Russell Thomas S. Kleppe 2d, N. Dak Sept. 21-24, 1970... 169.00 

Richard A. Ashworth... Fletcher Thompson, Jr. 5th, Ga Sept. 20-26, 1970 165.24 

David Kent Joe D. Waggonner, Jr.. 4th, La July 16-Aug. 3, 312.36 

1970. 

20 2598 Frank Meyer Gerald R. Ford 5th, Mich Aug. 15-Sept. 11, 173. 04 

1970. 

Ruth Mahder do do Aug. 15-Sept. 16, 173.04 

1970. 

Sandra Marie Metcalf... James A. Haley 7th, Fla.* Oct. 4, 1970 123.74 

John E. Odgaard Dave Martin 3d, Nebr Sept. 25-Oct. 12, 174.00 

1970. 

27 2679 R. Dale Hulshizer Frank E. Evans.. 3d, Colo.* Sept. 26, 1970 101.68 

Sadie Nozaki.. Patsy T. Mink At Large, Oct. 2, 1970 374.23 

Hawaii.* 

Gwen K. Harrison William S. Mailliard 6th Calif.* Oct. 9, 1970 146.00 

William E. Tanner M. G. (Gene) Snyder... 4th, Ky Aug. 7-11, 1970 155.06 

30 2833 William F. Cotty Tom S. Gettys 5th, S.C.* Oct. 14, 1970 48.95 

MarilynneMikulich Martha W. Griffiths 17th, Mich Oct. 7-12, 1970 132.84 

MaryBernhard do do Oct. 9-16, 1970 132.84 

George N. Funderburk- James R. Mann 4th, S.C Sept. 25-Oct. 20, 121.90 

1970. 

Lancee Jo Gamston do do Oct. 1-19, 1970 121.90 

Nathaniel Shore William S. Moorhead... 14th, Pa Oct. 7-8, 1970 70.00 

Paul D. Hinkle John E. Moss 3d, Calif.* Oct. 14, 1970 342.93 

Jenalee D. Nivens John J. Rooney 14th, N.Y.* Oct. 15, 1970 28.50 

Betty Hay Jim Wright 12th, Tex Aug. 26-29, 1970... 179.64 

Nov. 3 2967 John S. Hoyt Samuel L. Devine 12th, Ohio Oct. 14-Nov. 3, 1970. 106.44 

6 3036 Donald L.Johnson John Dowdy 2d, Tex.* Aug. 24, 1970 173.40 

Gary K. Madson Paul Findley 20th, III __ Sept. 2 Oct. 20, 1970. 228.77 

Mary F. Higginbotham.. Augustus F. Hawkins.. 21st, Calif Oct. 10-24, 1970 366.00 

James G. Hanchett Craig Hosmer.. 32d, Calif Oct. 12-25, 1970 380.40 

Weldon H. Steiner William L. Hungate 9th, Mo Oct. 7-10, 1970 218.16 

Ronay Arlt Edward I. Koch 17th, N.Y Aug. 25-28, 1970 56.00 

Mary Elva Rice Bill Nichols 4th, Ala Oct. 9-21, 1970 198.10 

Betty J. Sweet Robert L. F. Sikes 1st, Fla Aug. 15-Sept. 9, 120.40 

1970. 

Carl D. Reinhold William B. Widnall 7th, N.J Oct. 24, 1970 65.70 

9 3042 Janean L. Mann John H. Buchanan, Jr.. 6th, Ala Oct. 18-Nov. 5. 1970. 195.60 

10 3122 JudyShavin do do Oct. 19-Nov. 9, 1970. 112.50 

12 3131 Leighton Sattler E. Y. Berry ....2d, S. Dak Oct. 19-Nov. 4. 1970. 432.24 

Judith Swartz Silvio O. Conte 1st, Mass Sept. 16-22, 1970.... 109.70 

John Kimbrough William L. Dickinson... 2d, Ala Oct. 12-31, 1970 199.44 

Johnson. 

Nell B. Hampton do do Sept. 29-Oct. 10, 199.44 

1970. 

Robert J. Wichser Paul Findley 20th, III Oct. 20-28, 1970 128.00 

Guy Stone.... _ Dan Kuykendall 9th, Tenn Oct. 28-Nov. 2, 1970. 210.00 

William O. Mills Rogers C. B. Morton.. . 1st, Md. ._ Oct. 19-Nov. 3, 1970. 40.96 

Russell A. Rourke Henry P. Smith ML... 40th. N.Y Oct. 19-Nov. 5, 1970. 104.62 

16 3170 William H. Cleary Wayne N. Aspinall 4th, Colo Sept. 28-Nov. 7, 1970 296.00 

1970. 

Helen L. Carlson Laurence J. Burton 1st, Utah Oct. 25-Nov. 5, 1970. 271.00 

LeeH. Burke ...do do Oct. 25-Nov. 8, 1970. 271.00 

Harry K. Nicholas Barber B. Conable, Jr.. 37th, N.Y Nov. 3-5, 1970 60.00 

Miles W.Johnston, Jr... Robert V. Denney 1st, Nebr Oct. 30-Nov. 4, 1970. 150.00 

James E. Drake Richard Fulton 5th. Tenn Oct. 16-24, 1970 170.64 

Richard Willow Clark MacGregor 3d, Minn Nov. 3-4, 1970 155.00 

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297 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for employees, round trip between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 127a:— Con. 

Congressional 
Employee Congressman district Date 

1970 

Nov. 16 3170 Keith E. Uhl. Ben Reifel 1st. S. Dak Sept. 5-16. 1970 $374.96 

Jenalee D. Nivens John J. Rooney... 14th, N.Y.* Nov. 4, 1970... 29.00 

Shirlee Enders McGloon. J. William Stanton 11th, Ohio Oct. 16-22, 1970 97.52 

John H. McLaren Lionel Van Deerlin 37th, Calif Oct. 14-Nov. 6, 1970. 303.50 

William A.Cook Albert W. Watson 2d, S.C Oct. 29-Nov. 5, 1970. 127.68 

Norma M. Murphy Charles H. Wilson 31st, Calif Oct. 27-Nov. 6, 1970. 366.00 

18 3204 LarryJ.Lange Julia Butler Hansen.... 3d, Wash Oct. 2-Nov. 10, 1970. 580.12 

3210 Thomas E. Hooker Bill Chappell, Jr 4th, Fla.* Nov. 11, 1970 102.94 

3217 Eugene F. Peters Jack B.Brooks 9th, Tex Sept. 14-Nov. 8, 232.00 

1970. 

Stephanie A. Solari John W. Byrnes 8th, Wis Oct. 10-Nov. 6, 1970. 254.18 

Michael A. Forgash Elford A. Cederberg.... 10th, Mich Oct. 14-Nov. 6, 1970. 169.52 

James C. Bolton Glenn R. Davis 9th, Wis Sept. 8-Nov. 7, 1970. 217.20 

Iric Nathanson Donald M. Fraser 5th, Minn Sept. 23-25, 1970.... 138.00 

Robert E. Case H. R. Gross 3d, Iowa Oct. 2-Nov. 7, 1970.. 267.98 

Susan Shores Sherman P. Lloyd 2d, Utah Oct. 14-Nov. 8, 1970. 556.90 

Paul Winegar do do.... do 315.00 

Veronica H.O'Konski... Alvin E. O'Konski 10th, Wis Sept. 30-Nov. 4, 281.36 

1970. 

Joy J. Swift RobertPrice 18th, Tex Sept. 10-15, 1970.... 275.52 

WilmaJoSanford do do do.. 275.52 

Montgomery K.Winkler. Charles M. Teague 13th, Calif Oct. 20-Nov. 6, 1970. 366.00 

Richard C. Olson Morris K. Udall 2d, Ariz.' Oct. 2, 1970.... 292.20 

Marius B. Peladeau Joseph P. Vigorito 24th, Pa Oct. 15-Nov. 9, 1970. 92.76 

Robert A. Neuman Jerome R. Waldie 14th, Calif Oct. 15-Nov. 3, 1970. 240.00 

Jacque P. Godwin Charles H. Wilson 31st, Calif Oct. 27-Nov. 8, 1970. 366. 00 

George R. Berdes Clement J. Zablocki. ._ 4th, Wis Sept. 16-Nov. 7, 221.54 

1970. 

Robert C. Junk Roger H. Zion 8th, I nd Oct. 26-Nov. 4, 1970. 177.47 

19 3220 Robert Ruben James C. Corman 22d, Calif Oct. 14-Nov. 8, 1970. 705.78 

20 3251 Clifford H. Jeffords Bill Alexander 1st, Ark Oct. 19-Nov. 8, 1970. 158.40 

James Austin.. Mark Andrews 1st, N. Dak Oct. 1-Nov. 5, 1970.. 337.02 

HughG. Hart, Jr Earle Cabell 5th, Tex Sept. 14-Nov. 11, 350.88 

1970. 

Ethel Maness.. Leonard Farbstein 19th, N.Y Nov. 2-5, 1970 72.88 

Bonnie L. Seefeldt John Jarman 5th, Okla Oct. 19-Nov. 5, 1970. 209.60 

Elma Henderson Spark M. Matsunaga. . . At Large, Oct. 17-Nov. 8, 1970. 713. 26 

Hawaii. 

Anton John Knievel III. Catherine May 4th, Wash Oct. 14-Nov. 10, 388.75 

1970. 

Patrick Williams John Melcher 2d, Mont Aug. 26-Nov. 10, 487.44 

1970. 

Richard Kline Thomas M. Rees. 26th, Calif Oct. 19-Nov. 2, 1970. 366.00 

Terrence L. Bracey Morris K. Udall 2d, Ariz.* Nov. 5, 1970 288.24 

Marshall L. Lynam Jim Wright 12th, Tex.* Nov. 6, 1970 83.00 

23 3297 John Richard Knop E. Ross Adair 4th, I nd Sept. 27-Nov. 6, 150.68 

1970. 

Mildred H. Garber do do Oct. 5-Nov. 6, 1970. 110.50 

Douglas M. Copley Leslie C. Arends 17th, III Oct. 19-Nov. 1, 1970. 112.16 

J. Richard Sewell Charles E. Bennett 3d, Fla Oct. 29-Nov. 15, 208.24 

1970. 

Mary Lynn Clayton James T. Broyhill 10th, N.C _. Oct. 1-Nov. 5, 1970.. 101.88 

L. Vincent Monzel.. do.. do do 101.88 

James P. Sutherland... John W. Byrnes 8th, Wis Oct. 9-Nov. 15, 1970. 254.18 

JeannetteH. CantwelL. John D. Dingell 16th, Mich Nov. 6-15, 1970 136.20 

R. Dale Hulshizer. . . Frank E. Evans.. . . 3d, Colo.* Nov. 4, 1970 ._ 104.20 

John R. Buckley Dante B. Fascell 12th, Fla Oct. 29-Nov. 6, 1970. 129.00 

Burton D.Sanborn Ed Foreman 2d,N.Mex... Oct. 30-Nov. 8, 1970. 517.44 

Karen Allen Don Fuqua 2d, Fla.* Nov. 7, 1970 116.27 

Jean E.Gordon Charles S. Gubser 10th, Calif Oct. 24-Nov. 12, 379.20 

1970. 

CarlW.Cardin John Paul Hammer- 3d, Ark Oct. 23-Nov. 9, 1970. 288.24 

schmidt. 

Kenneth M. Bellis John E. Hunt 1st, N.J Oct. 20-21, 1970 40.40 

Do do do .. Oct. 30-Nov. 5, 1970. 40.40 

Kathleen Blankenship.. Odin Langen 7th, Minn Oct. 5-Nov. 12, 1970. 371.10 

Raymond F. Barnes John J. McFall 15th, Calif Oct. 16-Nov. 12, 748.88 

1970. 

Rita Carol Williams George H. Mahon. . . 19th, Tex.. ... Oct. 23-Nov. 8, 1970. 214.00 

Sharon G. Yard Robert H. Michel 18th, III Oct. 15-Nov. 15, 219.72 

1970. 

Erskine Stewart Wm. J. Randall 4th, Mo Oct. 19-Nov. 4, 1970. 120.00 

AllanSchimmel Fred Schwengel 1st, Iowa . Sept. 4-Nov. 9, 1970 232.26 

24 3303 JudithS. Curtis Omar Burleson 17th, Tex Oct. 19-Nov. 16, 397.44 

1970. 

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298 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for employees, round trip between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 127a— Con. 

Congressional 
Employee Congressman district Date 

1970 

Nov. 24 3303 Albert P. Gamache William D. Hathaway... 2d, Maine Oct. 9-Nov. 5, 1970 .. $158.16 

John C. Horsley Floyd V. Hicks 6th, Wash.* Nov. 5, 1970 151.00 

Keith E. Heiberg Odin Langen ... 7th, Minn Sept. 25-Nov. 12, 370.70 

1970. 

Oscar Eugene Goss Wilbur D. Mills 2d, Ark Oct. 15-Nov. 16, 254.76 

1970. 

Sadie Nozaki Patsy T. Mink At Large, Nov. 11, 1970 374.23 

Hawaii*. 

Joseph James St. Mark. Charles A. Mosher 13th, Ohio Oct. 16-Nov. 4, 1970. 82.20 

Bette B. Welch do _ do Nov. 3-12, 1970 47.00 

CharlesSeeger Charles M. Teague 13th, Calif Oct. 14-Nov. 4, 1970. 366.00 

Don Barney Al Ullman 2d, Oreg Oct. 18-Nov. 11, 366.00 

1970. 

Dec. 1 3447 Barbara Ann Dumler... Donald D. Clancy 2d, Ohio Oct. 8-22, 1970 72.00 

Arch Gibson Frank E. Evans.. 3d, Colo Nov. 9-10, 1970 211.28 

Sandra Marie Metcalf... James A. Haley 7th, Fla.* Nov. 14, 1970 127.74 

Kathleen P. Pierpan.... Otis G. Pike 1st, N.Y Oct. 15-Nov. 5, 1970. 95.14 

Christopher Farrand.... Philip E. Ruppe 11th, Mich Aug. 1-Nov. 8, 1970. 289.30 

7 3540 Celia Hare Martin Eligio de la Garza 15th, Tex Oct. 21-Nov. 10, 1970. 285.00 

Richard E. Feeney Edith Green 3d, Oreg Oct. 28-Nov. 14 728.40 

1970. 

James R. Turner, Jr Chester L Mize 2d, Kans Oct. 4-7, 1970 140.00 

Lyle H. Stitt David R. Obey. 7th, Wis Sept. 2-4, 1970 150.00 

Do do do Oct. 14-15, 1970 260.50 

Donald L. Robinson HenryS. Reuss 5th, Wis Sept. 2-8, 1970 105.00 

Merle Baumgart Peter W. Rodino, Jr. ... 10th, N.J Oct. 15-Nov. 4, 1970. 62.60 

Michael D.Tirado Edward R. Roybal 30th, Calif.* Nov. 11, 1970 146.00 

Harry M. Fox John P. Saylor 22d, Pa Sept. 25-28, 1970.... 43.56 

O. Ann Dunbar do do Oct. 24-Nov. 7, 1970. 43.56 

T. Vincent Griffith John V. Tunney 38th, Calif Oct. 27-Nov. 7, 1970. 379.92 

Charlotte N. Norris Clement J. Zablocki.... 4th, Wis Nov. 5-13, 1970 100.00 

8 3585 RuthJohnson James A. McClure 1st, Idaho Nov. 11-22, 1970. ... 334.00 

9 3611 Joan M. Southard John N. Happy Camp.. 6th, Okla Oct. 28-Nov. 8, 1970. 348.24 

George Yenowine William O. Cowger 3d, Ky Oct. 11-Nov. 22, 1970 152.54 

W. T. Hanes Graham Purcell 13th, Tex Nov. 6, 1970 213.00 

RayA.Huber Fred B. Rooney 15th, Pa. Oct. 3-4, 1970 51.12 

Do do do Oct. 30-Nov. 3, 1970. 51.12 

William E. Tanner M. G. (Gene) Snyder ... 4th, Ky Sept. 17-Nov. 5, 155.06 

1970. 

Alice A. Weidenkopf Vernon W. Thomson. . . 3d, Wis . Oct. 1-Nov. 10, 1970. 244.14 

Jean W. Gilligan do do Oct. 16-Nov. 5, 1970. 244.14 

10 3670 Patrick J. Breheny William J. Scherle 7th, Iowa Oct. 15-Nov. 6, 1970. 308.80 

11 3710 Peter Kinzler Thomas L. Ashley 9th, Ohio Oct. 21-Nov. 5, 1970. 118.32 

Barbara A. Rathe Hale Boggs 2d, La Oct. 20-Nov. 12, 285.96 

1970. 

W. J. Pittman L.H.Fountain 2d, N.C Nov. 10-13, 1970.... 59.64 

Ann N. Wrigley Catherine May 4th, Wash Oct. 11-Nov. 4, 1970. 384.00 

Daisy Akahoshi Patsy T. Mink At Large, Nov. 11, 1970 351.23 

Hawaii.* 

3749 Cliff Madison Glenn M. Anderson 17th, Calif Oct. 14-Nov. 4, 1970. 376.56 

Jannie Lou Sweat John J. Duncan 2d, Tenn Oct. 25-Nov. 7, 1970. 126.24 

Anne H. Wallace do do* Oct. 26, 1970 63.12 

William M. Feighan Michael A. Feighan.... 20th, Ohio Oct. 21-24, 1970 100.36 

John M. Christian Walter Flowers 5th, Ala Oct. 21-Nov. 13, 205.00 

1970. 

Shirley A. Puishis Floyd V. Hicks 6th, Wash Aug. 21-Nov. 27, 543.75 

1970. 

Rufus H. Myers, Jr Andrew Jacobs, Jr 11th, Ind Sept. 25-Nov. 27, 147. 50 

1970. 

Louis J. Mahern, Jr do do Oct. 27-Nov. 5, 1970. 147.50 

Evelyn M. Poole Charles Raper Jonas... 9th, N.C Oct. 4- Dec. 1, 1970.. 110.98 

George L. Berg, J r Carleton J. King 30th, N.Y Aug. 1-15, 1970 113.00 

Do do do Oct. 5-20. 1970 113.00 

MaybelleS. Woolbert... Otis G. Pike 1st, N.Y Oct. 18-Nov. 4, 1970. 91.14 

Gwendolyn Kay Harrison. William S. Mailliard 6th. Calif.* Nov. 25, 1970 373.56 

Anthony Suriano Peter W. Rodino, Jr 10th, N.J Aug. 10-13, 1970 62.60 

June B. Thayn Earl B. Ruth 8th. N.C Aug. 14-22, 1970... . 79.39 

David M. Elder Robert G. Stephens, Jr. 10th, Ga Oct. 15-Nov. 12, 149.98 

1970. 

Margaret W. Moore Lionel Van Deerlin 37th, Calif.* Nov. 21, 1970 193.00 

14 3757 Electra C. Wheatley John M. Ashbrook 17th, Ohio Nov. 20-23. 1970 102.86 

Mavis G.Daly E. Y. Berry 2d, S. Dak Nov. 20-30, 1970 432.72 

Gilbert LeKander Frank T. Bow 16th, Ohio Sept. 27-Nov. 5, 86.48 

1970. 

Maxine Koch do. do Oct. 5-Nov. 17, 1970. 86.48 

Robert S. Gunter Bill D. Burlison 10th, Mo Nov. 21-Dec. 2, 1970. 229. 41 

* One way. 



299 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No! MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for employees, round trip between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 127a— Con. 

Congressional 
Employee Congressman district Date 

1970 

Dec. 14 3757 Rose Mary Meloney Dominick V. Daniels..- 14th, N.J Oct. 19-26, 1970 $63.90 

Helen M. Tomascik Daniel J. Flood 11th, Pa Aug. 13-17, 1970.... 58.50 

Bernard A. Mandella... Joseph M. Gaydos 20th, Pa Nov. 15-19, 1970 61.34 

Louise Shadduck Orval Hansen 2d, Idaho Sept. 3-Nov. 14, 570.06 

1970. 

Carl W. Blake.... Donald W. Riegle, Jr. .. 7th, Mich Oct. 27-Nov. 4, 1970. 146.04 

Michael J. Feld ... William J. Scherle 7th, Iowa July 22-31, 1970 308.04 

Lloyd R. Evans, Jr Robert H. Steele 2d, Conn Nov. 25-30, 1970 79.20 

Wallace L. Jernigan W. S. (Bill) Stuckey, Jr_ 8th, Ga.* July 3, 1970 87.29 

J. Ray Dotson William C. Wampler.... 9th, Va._ Sept. 17-20, 1970.... 96.60 

Jean T. Holmes Larry Winn, Jr 3d, Kans Sept. 6-Nov. 14, 210.04 

1970. 

T. Janet Schnitz Sidney R. Yates 9th, III Oct. 23-Dec. 1, 1970. 112.00 

15 3770 C.Edward Forehand II . Watkins M. Abbitt 4th, Va... Aug. 26-Sept. 1, 49.68 

1970. 

3771 Do... do.. do Dec. 4-8, 1970 49.68 

16 3778 Rita W. Schwall William H. Ayres 14th, Ohio Oct. 22-29, 1970 85.56 

18 3853 W. E. Ainsworth, Jr G. V. (Sonny) 4th, Miss Nov. 14-29, 1970.... 236.02 

Montgomery. 

22 3916 Floyd J. Lupton Walter B. Jones 1st, N.C... Sept. 5-7, 1970 70.30 

3917 Do .do ....do July 22-23. 1970 70.30 

28 3962 Patrick J. Donoghue... Edward P. Boland 2d, Mass Sept. 11-21, 1970.... 106.34 

Judith R. Gagliardi Edward J. Derwinski... 4th, III Oct. 19-Nov. 4, 1970. 76.00 

Carol B. Goodwillie do do Nov. 25-30, 1970 96.00 

Iric Nathanson Donald M. Fraser 5th, Minn.* Nov. 28, 1970 150.90 

John Beekman Richard T. Hanna 34th, Calif Dec. 1-15, 1970 366. 00 

Charles O. Whitley David N. Henderson... 3d, N.C Dec. 4-7, 1970 79.80 

Mildred G. Hamberg.... John Jarman.... 5th, Okla.. Oct. 19-Nov. 27, 204.00 

1970. 

Susan Hobbie Thomas J. Meskill 6th, Conn Nov. 30-Dec. 4, 66.00 

1970. 

May L. Aaberg Ancher Nelsen 2d, Minn Oct. 16-Nov. 15, 318.80 

1970. 

Donald W. Olson do do Oct. 15-Nov. 28, 318.80 

1970. 

George Phenix. J. J. Pickle 10th, Tex Aug. 15-30, 1970 393.36 

Do do do Oct. 15-Nov. 15, 393.36 

1970. 

Thomas W. Lambeth. ... Richardson Preyer 6th, N.C Oct. 23-Nov 8,1970. 73.08 

Miriam J. Dorsey do do Oct. 27-Nov. 4, 1970. 52.00 

Roger Johnson Albert H. Quie 1st, Minn Dec. 14-19, 1970 301.20 

L. Russell Evans. Robert H. Steele 2d, Conn Dec. 10-13, 1970 78.25 

William Hagan II Robert O. Tiernan 2d, R.I Aug. 15-Sept. 8, 114.50 

1970. 

Mark E. Talisman Charles A. Vanik 22d Ohio Dec. 3-8, 1970 93.48 

Patrick Rowland.: Charles E. Wiggins 25th, Calif.* Oct. 15, 1970 183.00 

29 3963 Agnes M. Ribarich John Brademas 3d, Ind Oct. 17-Nov. 15, 170.64 

1970. 

L. Nye Stevens II... .do 3d, Ind Sept. 24-Oct. 9, 1970. 158.80 

Eugene F. Peters Jack B. Brooks 9th, Tex... Nov. 11-Dec. 4, 1970. 232.00 

Gary Bayer Clarence J. Brown 7th, Ohio Dec. 5-8, 1970 84.00 

Ann Tonjes John C. Culver 2d, Iowa Oct. 24-Nov. 9, 1970. 96.00 

William L. First Thomas S. Foley 5th, Wash.* Nov. 17, 1970 327.38 

Alfred Porro Henry Helstoski 9th, N.J Nov. 4-5, 1970 66.82 

Do do do Nov.9-10, 1970 66.82 

Diane E. Prince Hastings Keith 12th, Mass.*.... Dec. 3, 1970 60.50 

Richard J. Shea do do Nov. 25-30, 1970 121.00 

Ruth P. Edick Thomas S. Kleppe 2d, N. Dak Oct. 3-5, 1970 253.00 

Dorothy W. Vagnozzi..:. Charles W. Sandman, 2d, N.J Nov. 3-4, 1970 _ 46.14 

Jr. 

William Hagan II Robert O. Tiernan 2d R.I Sept. 12,-Nov. 15, 114.50 

1970. 

William P. Steponkus... Charles W. Whalen, Jr.. 3d, Ohio Oct. 18-Nov. 14, 126.26 

1970. 

Marshall William Brier.. Larry Winn, Jr 3d, Kans Nov. 24-26, 1970..-. 140.00 

30 3987 Arthur J. Condliffe Jonathan B. Bingham _ 23d, N.Y . . Oct. 30-Nov. 4, 1970 54.00 

L. James Kronfeld Jeffery Cohelan 7th, Calif. . ... Dec. 9-13, 1970 366.00 

Rose M. Meloney Dominick V. Daniels. _. 14th, N.J Nov. 2-16, 1970 63.30 

William E. Mountford... Dave Martin 3d, Nebr Dec. 10-15, 1970 357.74 

George A. Pavlik Wiley Mayne 6th, Iowa Oct. 17-Nov. 16, 324.36 

1970. 

Robert A. Geier John G. Schmitz 35th, Calif Nov. 7-14, 1970 395.20 

Stephen E. South James W. Symington... 2d, Mo Aug. 3-5, 1970 136.00 

Do do do Oct. 20-22, 1970 122.00 

William Deitz Frank Thompson, Jr.. _ 4th, N.J Sept. 4-7, 1970 47.30 

Robert A. Reveles do do Oct. 10-13, 1970 .... 47.30 

Henry J. Price Lowell P. Weicker, Jr.. 4th, Conn Sept. 7-13, 1970 78.16 

Do. do do Oct. 7-13, 1970 78.16 

*One way. 

53-476 0—71 20 



300 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for employees, round trip between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 127a:— Con. 

Congressional 
Employee Congressman district Date 

1970 

Dec. 30 3987 Alfred S. Frank, J r Charles W. Whalen, Jr.. 3d, Ohio... Sept. 21-Nov. 9, $126.26 

1970. 

John F. Tischler John M. Zwach 6th, Minn Oct. 15-Nov. 5, 1970. 297.30 

31 4010 Joseph T. Jacoby Henry C. Schadeberg. . 1st, Wis Sept. 11-15, 1970.... 126.00 

4011 Do ...do .do.. Sept. 25-30, 1970.... 126.00 

Refund from current period (151.00) 



Total paid from 1971 appropriations ._ 74, 765. 30 



Salaries for 6 months 116,540.00 

Less prior period refunds. . . (10. 00) 



Net salaries for 6 months... 116,530.00 

Total net disbursements .2, 570, 499. 01 



Paid from 1969 appropriations _ 44,091.92 

Paid from 1970 appropriations _ 796,779.79 

Paid from 1971 appropriations 1,729,627.30 

Total 2,570,499.01 

STENOGRAPHIC REPORTS 

Stenographic reporting: 

Reporter Committee Date 

1970 

July 1 19 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor May 13, 1970 $310.20 

Inc. 

20 Do do May 19,1970 195.05 

21 Do do Apr. 6-22, 1970 345.45 

22 Do do. May6,1970.. 56.40 

23 Do .do May 11,1970 84.60 

28 Capitol Reporting Service, Armed Services May 5-6, 1970 210.30 

Inc. 

29 Hoover & Dempsey Public Works Feb. 23, 1970 191.90 

30 Do do ._ Oct. 1,1969... 153.90 

31 Do .do Apr. 14, 1970 165.60 

32 Do. do..' Apr. 7-8, 1970 323.00 

33 Do do... _. Feb. 10, 1970... 47.50 

34 Do .do Feb.26,1970 124.80 

35 Do do Feb. 18-Mar. 19, 1970 1,444.00 

36 Ward & Paul District of Columbia... May 8, 1970 124.25 

17 324 Alderson Reporting Co., Foreign Affairs May 5, 1970 69.75 

Inc. 

325 Do _ do. May21, 1970 78.75 

326 Do do June3, 1970 77.00 

327 Do do June4, 1970... 178.20 

328 Do. Merchant Marine and Fisheries. June2-3,1970 345.60 

329 Do .do June4, 1970 89.10 

330 Do. Post Office and Civil Service May 12-14, 1970 492.00 

331 Do Rules.. Apr. 13, 1970 229.90 

332 Capitol Reporting Service, Armed Services... May 6-11, 1970 678.85 

Inc. 

333 District Reporting Co Government Operations May 26-27, 1970. 421.75 

334 Ward & Paul District of Columbia May 25, 1970 28.00 

335 Do do May 13, 1970 54.25 

336 Do .do May 12-22, 1970 ._ 255.50 

337 Do do June 11-17, 1970 623.25 

20 355 Alderson Reporting Co., Foreign Affairs _. June4,1970 ._ 117.00 

Inc. 

22 402 Ward & Paul Agriculture May 12, 1970 186.15 

403 Do... Interior and Insular Affairs June 3-10, 1970. 252.00 

404 Do ...do June4, 1970 255.75 

405 Do do do.___ 171.00 

406 Do ...do June8-ll, 1970 1,046.25 

407 Do do June 15-16, 1970 286.00 

408 Do do June2, 1970 261.00 

409 Do.. do May 27, 1970 40.25 

410 Do do May 25-26, 1970 281.75 

411 Do do May22, 1970. 77.00 

412 Do _. do May21,1970 129.50 

413 Do __ _..do..._ May20, 1970 31.50 

414 Do do do 20.25 

415 Do do. do. 72.00 

416 Do _ do do. 13.50 

417 Do do do 11.25 



301 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. STENOGRAPHIC REPORTS 



992 Do. 



Amount 



Stenographic reporting— Continued 

Reporter Committee Date 

July 22 418 Ward & Paul Interior and Insular Affairs .... May 18-19 1970 $418 25 

J" E ---- — do.... — May is, 1970../...:.:::;; 54:00 

™ P°---- do.. _ May 14, 1970. 98 00 

aII R° 2° May 13, 1970.. 114.75 

*& R°-- —-;--.-*»: May 11-12, 1970 176.75 

424 Do Agriculture June3-16 1970 711 45 

29 559 Alderson Reporting Co., Judiciary May 27, 1970 106 - 60 

Inc. 

568 Ward & Paul, I nc Banking and Currency... June 2-5, 1970 1305 30 

5?? Do-- ---- - do June 12-20, 1970 " 1,' 370i 25 

oi c?, 1 .m Do -- s — --.— -- ----do _. June 8-11, 1970 1,704.30 

31 611 Alderson Reporting Co., Veterans' Affairs Apr. 29-30, 1970 23180 

Inc. 

6}2 Do.... __ do.. May 26-27, 1970 216.60 

6J3 Do. Judiciary. May 6, 1970.. 59 45 

61* Do ..do. May 7, 1970. " llo'70 

c\l n do --- May 13-15, 1970 477.65 

616 Do _ .do June4,1970 142.80 

!}J R° - --do - do 71.40 

ci2 R ,-.r-- d0 --- May 20-27, 1970 407.95 

619 Do Ways and Means June 4-5, 1970 1,064 70 

62? Do.. do. May6, 1970 135.00 

coo R° do June 1-3, 1970 2,397.15 

HI R° d. May 7, 1970 92.25 

11, R° do... May26,1970 281.25 

»>£H uo do . May 25 1970 423 00 

637 Ward, Smith, Paul & Interstate and Foreign Com-""" June 16-18, 1970 1,097' 25 
Alderson. merce. 

a a S Ward & Paul, Inc Interior and Insular Affairs. .. June 18-19 1970 400 50 

Aug. 4 820 Capitol Reporting Service, Armed Services. June 2, 1970 47*55 

Inc. 

Ill w Pc" "-v..- -„--,-. rv- d ? ----- June 10-11, 1970. 637.35 

822 Ward, Smith, Paul & Interstate and Foreign June 8-15 1970 1,516 20 

Alderson. Commerce. 

10 "9 Do.... do June2-4, 1970 558.60 

SO? Do do June 22-24, 1970 199.50 

l»\ Do.... do June 24-26, 1970.. 385.25 

qSo R° d0 - June24-25, 1970 575.70 

In, R° do June3-5, 1970 122.55 

Ini R°- "-- 3° Junel-4,1970 843.60 

905 Do do do 495 90 

907 Alderson Reporting Co. Judiciary . June 18 1970 132*60 

Inc. 

o?o n-»?*- D — -V— « a— d0 June 10-17, 1970 604.35 

910 District Reporting Co Government Operations... June 11 1970 206 25 

oo R° do June4,'l970._ 145.75 

l\l R° do May 12, 1970.. _. 136.50 

I} 3 . Do.... do Apr. 3, 1970 154.00 

IA R° -— d0 Mar. 17, 1970 126.00 

l\i Do.... do Mar. 25, 1970 138.25 

316 Do.... do Apr. 13-17, 1970 364.00 

*E Do... do May25,1970 92.75 

l\l Do.. do May26,1970 162.00 

oon R° — do Mar. 12-19, 1970 542.50 

oo? S° d0 Apr. 28-30, 1970 392.05 

ooo w ?°,-h--r — i— :"?° June4, 1970 247.50 

n III Ward & Paul, Inc Banking and Currency May 12-26, 1970 639.45 

III R° — d0 June 22, 1970... 538.65 

HI Do .do June 23-24, 1970 354.05 

11, R° Agriculture June 9-25, 1970 428.40 

nni Interior and Insular Affairs June 23-26, 1970 44100 



do _. . June23, 1970 11.00 



1 126 Ace Federal Reporters, Post Office and Civil Service. . May 19-20 1970 256 50 
Inc. 

1130 Alderson Reporting Co., Internal Security May 21 1970 49 00 

Inc. 

}}!? Do Education and Labor June 17, 1970 91.20 

£ Do do June23, 1970 196.65 

* Do Foreign Affairs June 16, 1970. 89.10 

\\ll Do do June 11, 1970 159.60 

3° Do ....do June 18-23, 1970 557.70 

Win R° do June 24-25, 1970 617.10 

2° Do... do.... May27,1970 274.00 

n« R° do. June 16-23, 1970 418.35 

\\,l R° do June24, 1970 193.80 

\\a, R° Merchant Marine and Fisheries.. June 25-26, 1970 645 30 

}};? Do do ._ June 18, 1970 22.00 

i»5 Do do June9, 1970 140.40 



302 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. STENOGRAPHIC REPORTS Amount 

Stenographic reporting— Continued 

Reporter Committee Date 

1970 

Aug. 21 1146 Alderson Reporting Co., Merchant Marine and Fisheries.. June 11, 1970 $112.75 

Inc. 

1147 Do _ .do June24,1970 121.50 

1148 Do Waysand Means June23-24, 1970 401.50 

1149 Do do June 17-25, 1970.... 894.60 

1150 Do do June 12-16, 1970 1,215.90 

1151 Do... .do June 10-11, 1970 1,231.6c 

1152 Do do June8-9, 1970 1,430.10 

1155 Capitol Reporting Service. Armed Services May 26, 1970 86.35 

Inc. 

1156 Do... .do. June2, 1970 60.60 

1157 Do do June9-12, 1970 498.90 

1158 Do ..do.... May 21, 1970 86.65 

1159 Do do June9-22, 1970 671.60 

1160 Do do May 14, 1970.. 36.00 

1161 Do.. .do May 15, 1970 80.50 

1163 Do Science and Astronautics. June 16, 1970 205.20 

1164 Do do May 20-27, 1970 603.60 

1165 Do do June2-3,1970 222.15 

27 1332 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor Apr. 24-25, 1970 474.70 

Inc. 

1333 Do. ...do _ June 10-15, 1970 1,040.25 

1334 Do.. ....do _ June8-25,1970 1,271.10 

1339 Ward & Paul Banking and Currency. June 30, 1970, 242.55 

1345 Ward, Smith, Paul & Interstate and Foreign June 29-30, 1970 510.15 

Alderson. Commerce. 

Sept. 15 1662 District Reporting Co Government Operations June9,1970 101.75 

28 1876 Capitol Reporting Service, Armed Services June 25, 1970 96.75 

Inc. 

1877 Do... do... June 16-23, 1970 745.65 

1878 Do... _. do June 24-30, 1970.. 750.90 

1885 Ward & Paul Interior and Insular Affairs May6,1970.._ 2.25 

Oct. 7 2190 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor Apr. 7-21, 1970 998.75 

Inc. 

13 2318 Capitol Reporting Service, Armed Services June 15-22, 1970 743.25 

Inc. 

2319 Do do. June 23-30, 1970 631.95 

2329 District Reporting Co Government Operations June30,1970 173.25 

2330 Do do June 18, 1970 353.25 

2339 Do do -. June 9-10, 1970.... __ 744.75 

2344 Alderson Reporting Co., Ways and Means June 29-30, 1970 459.25 

Inc. 

29 2775 Hoover & Dempsey Public Works Mar. 24, 1970.. 33.60 

2776 Do do Apr. 21-23, 1970 158.40 

2777 Do.. do Apr. 23, 1970 4.80 

2778 Do do Apr. 21-May 26, 1970 1,968.40 

2779 Do... do Apr. 29, 1970 201.40 

2780 Do do Apr. 30, 1970 36.00 

2781 Do do May 5, 1970... 31.20 

2782 Do do May20,1970.. 19.20 

2783 Do do May 21, 1970 81.70 

2784 Do do. -.-. June2-ll, 1970 993.60 

2785 Do do June4-ll, 1970 217.50 

2786 Do.. ....do. Junel8,1970 79.20 

2787 Do do. do... 2.90 

2788 Do do.. June23,1970 89.90 

Dec. 11 3742 Do House Administration Mar. 24, 1970 61.25 

Refund (20.00) 

Adjustment from prior period 132.75 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 60,711.40 



Aug. 10 906 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor July 7-15, 1970 1,068.75 

Inc. 

909 Do Judiciary July 1. 1970 102.00 

21 1124 Ace Federal Reporters, Post Office and Civil Service July 23, 1970 90.00 

Inc. 

1125 Do do _ __ July 7, 1970 222.75 

1135 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor July 8-15, 1970 447.45 

Inc. 

1153 Do Waysand Means July 7-14, 1970 2,046.00 

1154 Do Veterans' Affairs July 14. 1970 96.00 

1167 Ward & Paul District of Columbia July 7-9, 1970 272.25 

1168 Do do July 14. 1970 144.00 

1169 Do do July 23. 1970 81.00 

1170 Ward, Smith, Paul & Interstate and Foreign Com- July 15, 1970 256.50 

Alderson. merce. 

27 1335 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor July 6-7, 1970.... 453.15 

Inc. 



303 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. STENOGRAPHIC REPORTS Amount 

Stenographic reporting— Continued 

Reporter Committee Date 

1970 

Aug. 27 1338 Ward & Paul Agriculture.. July 13-16, 1970 $226.95 

1340 Do Banking and Currency.. July 16, 1970 277.40 

1341 Do._ .do ._ July 7, 1970 73.00 

1342 Do do July 1-7, 1970 491.40 

1343 Do .do July 21. 1970 131.40 

1344 Do do. July 22-23, 1970 _ 709.65 

1346 Ward, Smith, Paul & Interstate and Foreign July 7-10, 1970 894.90 

Alderson. Commerce. 

1347 Do .do. July 20-21, 1970 855.00 

Sept. 15 1658 Alderson Reporting Co., Judiciary July 23-Aug. 5, 1970 351.90 

Inc. 

1659 Do .do. July 29-30, 1970.... 270.30 

1660 Do do July 23-29, 1970 306.00 

1661 Do . .do. July 22, 1970 119.85 

17 1691 Ward&Paul Interior and Insular Affairs July 6, 1970 112.75 

1692 Do do July 8-9, 1970. _ 177.75 

1693 Do do July 8. 1970 40.50 

1694 Do. .do July 16-17, 1970 974.25 

1695 Do... .do _ July 22, 1970 159.75 

1696 Do do July 24, 1970 104.50 

28 1864 Alderson Reporting Co., Merchant Marine and July 16, 1970 62.10 

Inc. Fisheries. 

1865 Do do July 20, 1970 194.40 

1866 Do do Aug.6, 1970 35.75 

1867 Do do _ July 22-30, 1970 545.40 

1868 Do do __ Aug. 3-6, 1970 1,393.20 

1869 Do Foreign Affairs July 22, 1970 124.95 

1870 Do do July 23, 1970__ 109.65 

1871 Do .do July 28-30, 1970 494.70 

1872 Do do July 31-Aug. 3, 1970 191.40 

1873 Do do. Aug. 3, 1970 58.65 

1874 Do do.... Aug.6, 1970 194.40 

1875 Do House Administration July 21-31, 1970 1,296.00 

1879 Capitol Reporting Service, Armed Services July 7-14, 1970 567.30 

Inc. 

1880 Do.. do _ July 16-23, 1970 378.30 

1881 Do... do July 17, 1970 67.50 

1882 Do do. July 15-29, 1970 948.30 

1883 Do do. July 7-14, 1970 895.80 

1884 District Reporting Co Government Operations. Aug. 4-5, 1970. 826. 20 

1886 Ward&Paul. _ District of Columbia Aug. 11, 1970 103.50 

1887 Do do July30-Aug.4, 1970 306.00 

1888 Ward, Smith, Paul & Interstate and Foreign Com- July 27-Aug. 7, 1970 1,447.80 

Alderson. merce. 

1889 Do... do Aug.10,1970 336.30 

Oct. 7 2185 Alderson Reporting Co., Ways and Means _ July 15-Aug. 3, 1970 1,938.75 

Inc. 

2186 Do do July 20-27, 1970 1,197.00 

2187 Do.. do Aug. 4-6, 1970 1,144.00 

2188 Do do Aug.6, 1970 308.00 

2191 Do Education and Labor July 21, 1970.. 105.45 

2192 Do do July 16-31, 1970 513.00 

2193 Ward&Paul Banking and Currency Aug. 4-5, 1970 629.80 

2194 Do do Aug.6-7, 1970 428.40 

2195 Do Interior and Insular Affairs July 29, 1970 146.25 

2196 Do .' do Aug.5, 1970... 51.75 

2197 Do. do Aug.6-7, 1970 317.25 

2198 Do.. do Aug. 5, 1970 110.25 

2199 Do _. Banking and Currency Aug. 11, 1970 402.00 

13 2315 Capitol Reporting Serv- Armed Services July 23-Aug. 4, 1970 741.30 

ic6 1 nc 

2316 Do..'. .do July 29, 1970 53.85 

2317 Do.. .do July 28, 1970 118.65 

2320 Do ....do July 1-14, 1970.. 670.65 

2321 Do do July 16-20, 1970 445.95 

2322 Do ....do. July 22-Aug. 12, 1970 727.65 

2323 Do do Aug. 11, 1970 83.25 

2324 Do Science and Astronautics July 9, 1970... 38.50 

2325 Do do July 16, 1970 138.00 

2326 Do. ...do Aug. 11-13, 1970 643.95 

2327 Do do. ..July 1,1970 68.75 

2328 District Reporting Co Government Operations Aug. 13, 1970 312.75 

2331 Do do Aug. 4,1970 180.00 

2332 Do._ do Sept. 15, 1970 209.25 

2333 Do do Aug. 12, 1970 170.50 

2334 Do do Aug. 11,1970 229.50 

2335 Do ...do July 8, 1970 19.25 

2336 Do do. . July 30, 1970 139.50 

2337 Do do. July 15-17,1970 659.25 

2338 Do. do Aug.6, 1970.... 60.75 



304 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. STENOGRAPHIC REPORTS Amount 

Stenographic reporting— Continued 

Reporter Committee Date 

1970 

Oct. 13 2340 Alderson Reporting Co., Foreign Affairs Sept. 15-16, 1970 $546.00 

Inc. 

2341 Do Ways and Means Sept. 9-10, 1970 579.60 

2342 Do do - - Aug. 11-13, 1970 420.75 

2343 Do.. - ---.do -..- Sept. 14-15, 1970 427.50 

2345 Do Education and Labor July 22-Aug. 6, 1970 1,151.40 

2346 Do do._ -.- July 16, 1970 245.10 

2347 Do. do Aug. 11-14, 1970 278.05 

2348 Do Merchant Marine and Fisheries.. Aug. 12, 1970 213.30 

2349 Do do -.- Aug. 13, 1970 210.60 

14 2468 Do... Education and Labor Sept. 10, 1970. 259.35 

2469 Do do Sept. 11, 1970 210.90 

2470 Do do _... Sept. 16, 1970. 142.50 

2471 Capitol Reporting Armed Services July 28, 1970 6.75 

Service, Inc. 

2472 Do. Science and Astronautics July 7-Aug. 5, 1970 1,755.75 

2473 District Reporting Co Government Operations..- Sept. 22-24, 1970 818.10 

19 2552 Ward&Paul Banking and Currency Sept. 10-11, 1970 469.35 

2553 Do do Sept. 15-17, 1970 620.50 

2554 Do... do Sept. 24, 1970 3.35 

2556 Capitol Reporting Armed Services Aug. 4-11, 1970 _ 554.10 

Service, Inc. 

2558 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor Aug. 12-Sept. 17, 1970 1,516.20 

Inc. 

22 2646 District Reporting Co Government Operations Sept. 29-30, 1970 440.10 

2647 Ward&Paul Interior and Insular Affairs Sept. 10-18, 1970 1,194.75 

2648 Do do Sept. 17, 1970 156.75 

2649 Do do Sept. 22, 1970 _. 137.25 

2650 Ward, Smith, Paul & Interstate and Foreign Com- Sept. 10-21, 1970 1,821.15 

Alderson. merce. 

2651 Do do.. _ Sept. 15-24,1970 966.15 

2652 Do .do Sept. 29-Oct. 1,1970 1,812.60 

27 2719 Alderson Reporting Co., Internal Security Sept. 10, 1970 123.75 

Inc. 

2720 Ward&Paul Banking and Currency Sept. 29, 1970 186.15 

29 2789 Hoover & Dempsey Public Works July 9, 1970 134.40 

2790 Do... do July 9, 1970 23.20 

2791 Do .do July 14,1970 93.60 

2792 Do... ...do July 14, 1970... 26.10 

2793 Do do. July 21-23, 1970.. 562.60 

2794 Do do..-. July 28-30, 1970 640.80 

2795 Do.. do Aug. 4-6, 1970 513.30 

Nov. 5 3011 District Reporting Co Government Operations Sept. 30, 1970 301.50 

3012 Do do Sept. 17, 1970.. 189.00 

3013 Do do Sept. 18, 1970 279.00 

3014 Do do Sept. 22, 1970 211.50 

3015 Do.. .do. _ July 28, 1970 191.25 

3016 Do _._.do Sept.29,1970 488.25 

3017 Do.... do Sept. 23, 1970 38.50 

3018 Do. do.. July 28-29, 1970 364.50 

3019 Hoover & Dempsey Public Works Aug. 11-12, 1970 432.10 

9 3088 Ward&Paul District of Columbia Sept. 16, 1970 159.75 

3089 Ward, Smith, Paul & Interstate and Foreign Oct. 9, 1970 _ 145.35 

Alderson. Commerce. 

3090 Do do Oct. 6-12, 1970 148.20 

Dec. 11 3738 Ace Federal Reporters, Post Office and Civil Service Aug. 11, 1970 193.50 

Inc. 

3739 Do do... Sept. 29-30, 1970 360.00 

3740 Do .do Sept. 24, 1970 132.75 

3741 Do do.... __.. Sept. 15-23, 1970 612.00 



Total paid from 1971 appropriations 58,646.80 

SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES 

COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE 

July 8 103 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, May 31, 1970 $17.35 

Aug. 5 826 Majority Room: 

Resolutions on parchment for Hon. Clifford R. Hope, May 19, 1970 17.50 

12 949 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, J une 30, 1970 7. 50 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 42.35 



305 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date N °- SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES 



Amount 



COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE— Continued 
Sept. 18 1726 John A. Knebe : 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, Washington, D.C. to New Orleans La ■ 
Los Angeles, Calif.; Seattle, Wash.; Omaha, Nebr.; and Chicago, III., Aug. 30- 

Eligiode la Garza, m".c!. : ~" """ "" $184.00 

21 1735 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington D C to New 

Orleans La.; Los Angeles, Calif.; Seattle, Wash.; Omaha, Nebr. and Chicago III 

Aug. 30-Sept. 5, 1970 6r "' 219 00 

0cf - 5 2H1 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington D.C "to San" 

Antonio, Tex., Sept. 14-15, 1970 1fi o nn 

2112 JohnA. Knebel: 162 - 00 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington D C to Dallas 
and San Antonio, Tex., Sept. 13-15, 1970 oi ?<; 

2113 Keith G.Sebelius, M.C.: " " "— 8L25 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington. D C to San 

Antonio, Tex., Sept. 14-15, 1970. ina nn 

7 2231 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 8-UU 

Official telephone service, July 31, Aug. 31, 1970 30 on 

2250 Majority Room: 

Addressing envelopes, July 24, 1970 inn 

28 2737 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

„ „ Official telephone service, Sept. 30, 1970. .. ™ yi 

Nov. 9 3060 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: " "" i ^ il 

no, in «7 ~u 0ffic ial travel for Members and staff, Aug. 30-Sept. 15, 1970 430 45 

Dec. 10 3678 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, October 1970 17 en 

Salaries for 6 months _ 50 18303 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations _ _ 51746150 

COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES 

July 15 255 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

o, ,„r ^u 9 fficial .t e !F phone service, July 14-25, 1969 4 9S 

21 385 Charles A. Halleck: *•** 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Chicago, 

III., May 6— 20, 1970 ini nc 

396 Office Supply Service: "" "" i[)i - 9i) 

Reimbursement for stationery supplies, June 10-22, 1970 164 87 

Chesapeake* Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 

29 522 June 2-26, 1970.. 33 6n 

31 668 May 23-June 25, 1970 49S 

Aug. 14 974 Charles A. Halleck: "" " 

Reimbursement for consultant fee, May 6-21, 1970 800.00 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations.. 1, 212. 32 

26 1293 Office Supply Service: ===== 

c » o ,c.n n- Reimbursement for stationery supplies, July 8, 1970 115 36 

Sept. 3 1540 Richard A. Ransom: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C. to Gadsden 

Ala., Aug. 13-14, 1970 ' 11? n 

18 1703 Telecommunication Reports: «*■*<» 

n,» c o, C c >. Reimbursement for subscription, Sept. 1, 1970-Feb. 28, 1971... 37 50 

Oct. 6 2156 Minority Room: 

Robo roll cut, Aug. 5-6, 1970 8 70 

7 2175 Electronic News: *' W 

Subscription, Sept. 1, 1970-Aug. 31, 1971. 3 oo 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 

2232 July 15-21, 1970 2 35 

, 2233 July 6-27, 1970... 2235 

13 2382 Office Sup ly Service: dD 

Reimbursement for stationery supplies, Aug. 10, 1970 28 59 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage— 

2405 June 11-July 1,1970 m 49 

2406 Aug. 10, 1970 gooo 

2416 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

.„ „ Official telephone service, Aug. 1-28, 1970 c 8S 

15 2489 Delta Air Lines, Inc.: """ 

Official travel for members and staff, Sept. 16, 1970 152 00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage — 
Nov. 13 3148 Aug. 10, 1970.... . . fin no 

3486 July 1-Aug. 1,1970 . "" "" 74go 

3487 Aug. 31-Sept. 30, 1970 " jgfjff 



306 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES— Continued 
1970 
Dec. 2 3495 Office Supply Service: 

Reimbursement for stationery supplies, Sept. 28, 1970 $89.64 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 

3501 July 23-Sept. 25, 1970 145.70 

3502 Sept. 15-16, 1970 7.10 

10 3679 Sept. 30-Oct. 30, 1970 105.10 

Salaries for 6 months _ 100,213.87 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations... __ 101,539.19 

COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY 

July 1 4 James F. Doherty: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Phila- 
delphia, Pa., June 29-30, 1970 140.00 

5 Paul Nelson: 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, June 25, 1970 92.58 

16 264 Casey Ireland: 

Reimbursement for official local travel expenses, June 2-29, 1970 13. 50 

265 Floyd B. McKissick: 

Witness transportation from New York to Washington, D.C., round trip, June 10, 1970. 76. 88 

24 496 Xerox Corp. : 

Supplies for Xerox machine, May 25, 1970 151.10 

Meter usage, Apr. 30-Junel, 1970. 514.56 

Brookings Institution: 

Publication, June 15, 1970 __ _ 3.13 

Editor & Publisher: 

International Year Book, Apr. 25, 1970 13.90 

Office Supply Service: 

Stationery supplies, May 26, 1970 527.67 

29 523 Hazel Denton: 

Witness transportation from Cambridge, Mass. to Washington, D.C., round trip, June 
15-16,1970 _ 146.08 

524 Library of Congress: 

Reimbursement for terminal installed, June 30, 1970 338.00 

525 Prof. John Kenneth Galbraith: 

Witness transportation from Cambridge, Mass. to Washington, D.C., round trip. 

June 15-16, 1970 146.08 

570 Ward & Paul, Inc.: 

For stenographically reporting and transcribing hearings. May 26, 1970 129.25 

30 588 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, Apr. 30-June 1, 1970 75.00 

Office Supply Service: 

Reimbursement for requisition dated May 28, 1970 __ 4.83 

Western Union: 

Telegrams. June 1970._ _ _ 8.42 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. : 

Official telephone service, Dec. 9, 1969-June 30, 1970 644. 70 

Library of Congress: 

Telephone service, June 1970 4.50 

591 Luce Press Clippings, Inc.: 

Services, Mar. 10-June30, 1970 236.30 

Majority Room: 

Printing services, June 3-July 2, 1970... 125.00 

Aug. 4 801 Western Union: 

Telegrams, June 1970 11. 18 

10 877 Trans World Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 30, 1970 _. 267.00 

17 888 Ward & Paul, Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting 156.75 

981 Library of Congress: 

Telephone service, June 1970 4. 50 

Western union: 

Telegrams, June 1970 45.64 

26 1280 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Apr. 24-June 30, 1970 292. 80 

Sept. 21 1739 Washington Post: 

Delivery, Mar. 13, 1969-Aug. 13, 1971 _ 101.97 

Oct. 7 2234 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, March-April 1970_. 12.05 

Net refunds and adjustments (1,040.37) 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 3,243.00 



307 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY— Continued 
1970 
July 16 263 James F. Doherty: 

Reimbursement tor official travel expenses, round trip, Washington D.C. to Phila- 

kc r delphia, Pa., July 1, 1970 j 44 . 60 

266 GaryTabak: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C. to Phila- 
delphia, Pa., July 1, 1970 49 00 

29 563 Paul Nelson: 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, July 27, 1970 87 95 

31 639 Laurance G. Henderson: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C. to Boston 

Mass., July 1-2, 1970 . «1 00 

Aug. 10 876 GaryTabak: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington D.C to New 

York, July 21-24, 1970 117 75 

James F. Doherty: 
12 941 Reimbursementforofficial travel expenses, round trip, Washington D.C. to New York 

July 30-31, 1970 [ ' ' 82 50 

18 1003 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington D.C to Pitts- 

burgh, Pa., and New York, Aug. 6-7, 1970 82 25 

1004 BenetGellman: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Phila- 
mn C D , .de'Phia. Pa., Aug. 13-14, 1970 80.30 

1005 Paul Nelson: 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, Aug. 13, 1970... 90 00 

19 1047 Laurance G. Henderson: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington D.C. to New 

York, July 24-26, 1970 86 00 

24 1221 District Delivery Service: 

Renewal subscriptions to New York Times, July 1, 1970-71; Oct. 15, 1970-71 31 40 

Luce Press Clippings, Inc.: 

Services rendered, July 1970 475 33 

Washington Post: 

Renewal subscriptions, Aug. 12, 1970-7L.. 90 00 

26 1273 American Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Aug. 3, 1970 22 00 

1285 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, July 1970 58 80 

27 1311 James F. Doherty: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C. to Philadel- 
phia, Pa., Aug. 12-14, 1970 143 00 

1337 Ward & Paul: 

For stenographically reporting and transcribing hearings, July 23, 1970 164 15 

1355 Library of Congress: 

Telephone services, July 1970 _ 4 50 

Wall Street Journal: 

Subscription, Sept. 1, 1970-71 __ 30.00 

Office Supply Service: 

Stationery supplies, July 1970 129 43 

28 1372 James F. Doherty: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington D.C. to Toledo 
Ohio, Aug. 18-20, 1970 ' 11775 

1373 Benet D. Gellman: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington D.C. to New York 
Aug. 17-19, 1970 ' 114.30 

1374 GaryTabak: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington D C to New York 

Aug. 17-20, 1970 ' 17729 

Sept. 1 1514 Brookings Institution: 

Publications and reprints, July 31, 1970 19. 99 

Fortune Directory: 

Two directories „ 2.00 

Library of Congress: 

Telephone service, July 1970 . 4 50 

2 1533 Penn Central: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Aug. 3, 1970 31 50 

3 1541 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, July 1970 . 211 70 

1542 Casey Ireland: 

Reimbursement for official local travel expenses, July 1-31, 1970. 10. 50 

1543 Library of Congress: 

For terminal installed, July 1-31, 1970 338 00 

1565 Washington Banktrends: 

Subscription renewal, Aug. 26, 1970-71 43 50 

Xerox Corp.: 

Supplies for Xerox machine, Aug. 14, 1970. . 251 80 

Sidney Kramer Books: 

Two publications, Aug. 18, 1970 . 9 90 



308 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES 



Amount 



1970 
Sept. 10 1594 

15 1632 



1633 



1635 





1636 




1637 


21 


1736 


23 


1737 
1738 
1817 


Oct. 2 


2095 



COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY— Continued 

Paul Nelson: 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, Sept. 9, 1970 _ $84.97 

American Banker: 

Subscription, Oct. 30, 1970-71 _. 100.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1-July 31, 1970 143.60 

Sidney Kramer Books: 

One publication, Aug. 28, 1970 __ ___. 9.40 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1-July 29, 1970 224.20 

Luce Press Clippings, Inc.: 

Services during August 1970 268. 56 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1970 . 12. 10 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage- 
May 28-June 30, 1970 _._ 253.23 

June 1-July 1,1970 _ 596.66 

George Gross: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New 

York, Aug. 20, 1970 _ _ 93.00 

Gary Tabak: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Phila- 
delphia, Pa., Sept. 1-2, 1970... _ _ _ 74.00 

Casey Ireland: 

Reimbursement for official local travel expenses, Aug. 4-25, 1970 15.75 

Penn Central Transportation Co.: 

Official travel for Members and staff- 
July 21, 1970.. _._ 37.40 

July 1970 43.30 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, June 1-July 1, 1970 ._ 75.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July-August 1970 _ 183. 10 

Library of Congress: 

Telephone service for month of August, 1970 _ __ 4. 50 

District Delivery Service: 

Subscription, Oct. 1-Dec. 31, 1970 _ 15.60 

Office Supply Service: 

Office supplies for August 1970 103.96 

Economist Subscription Dept.: 

Subscription, Nov. 30, 1970-71 38.40 

Bureau of the Census: 

Miscellaneous publications 33.00 

Sidney Kramer Books: 

One publication, Aug. 18, 1970... 10.50 

Ancorp National Services, Inc.: 

Delivery of New York Times, July-August 1970.. 87. 00 

Library of Congress: 

Telephone service, August 1970 4.50 

Majority Room: 

Printing, July 1,1970 76.00 

Office Supply Service: 

Supplies, requisition dated Aug. 4, 1970 391.22 

Gary Tabak: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Colum- 
bus, Ohio, Sept. 17-18, 1970 87.50 

Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Aug. 6-18, 1970.. 178.00 

Library of Congress: 

For terminal installed, Aug. 31, 1970 338.00 

Penn Central Transportation Co.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Aug. 13-17, 1970 _ 155.90 

Ancorp National Services, Inc.: 

Subscription, August 1970 - 9-50 

Western Union: 

Telegrams, August 1970 — - — - - 10.25 

District Delivery Service: 

Quarterly delivery of Wall Street Journal 30.60 

John E. Barriere: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Westerly, 

R.L.Sept. 2-5, 1970 _ - 246.32 

Paul Nelson: 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, Oct. 9, 1970 93.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Equipment placement, meter usage, June 30-July 31, 1970 244.7? 



2097 



5 2105 



2107 

7 2243 
2245 
2247 

9 2283 



13 2354 

2375 
2380 



309 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 



COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY— Continued 
1970 
Oct. 13 2380 Singer-Friden Div. : 

Repair to Friden Calculator, Sept. 9, 1970 $18 56 

Campbell Photo & Printing Service, Inc.: 

Photo copies and negatives, Sept. 24, 1970 __ 24. 00 

Chespeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July 29-Aug. 28, 1970.. 225 45 

14 2437 Penn Central Transportation Co.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, September 1970 18 50 

19 2555 Ward & Paul: 

Stenographic reporting, Sept. 23-24, 1970 418 95 

2557 Prof. Jay W. Forrester: 

Witness transportation from Concord, Mass., to Washington, D.C., round trip, Sept. 29 
1970 ......... 128.96 

20 2593 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, July 1-Aug. 31, 1970... _ 150.00 

Library of Congress: 

Telephone service, September 1970 4. 50 

Office Supply Service: 

Supplies, September 1970 _ _ _ _ 84. 15 

Ancorp National Services, Inc.: 

Two subscriptions, September 1970 15.00 

Business Week Letter: 

Annual subscription _ __ 36.00 

Fortune: 

Annual subscription 14 00 

2594 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, July 1-Aug. 31, 1970.. . 956 20 

Luce Press Clipping, Inc.: 

Services for September 1970 214.74 

Office Supply Service: 

Supplies, Sept. 9, 1970 _ 285.31 

Congressional Quarterly Service: 

Subscription renewal, Dec. 31, 1970-71. _. __ 144.00 

Ancorp National Services, Inc.: 

New York Times subscription, September 1970 43.50 

Library of Congress: 

Telephone service for September 1970 4 50 

22 2622 Casey Ireland: 

Reimbursement for official local travel expenses, September 1970.. 21. 00 

28 2753 Postmaster: 

Postage, July 20, 1970 19 00 

Nov. 2 2927 Library of Congress: 

For terminal installed, September 1970 . 338.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service— 

2950 June 25-Sept. 30, 1970 165 30 

2951 Aug. 27-Sept. 30, 1970 213 95 

3 2960 Golembe Reports: 

Subscription renewal, November 1970-71 120.00 

Majority Room: 

Printing services, September 11, 1970 . 118.00 

Library of Congress: 

Photoduplication service, Oct. 15, 1970 _ 33.82 

Congressional Quarterly, Inc.: 

Publications, Oct. 15, 1970 __ 55.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, July 31-Aug. 31, 1970 97 14 

5 2983 Paul Nelson: 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, Nov. 2, 1970 97 58 

2985 Richard C. Barnes: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip Washington DC to Newark 
N.J.,Oct. 19-23, 1970 ........ ' 269.18 

2986 Terrence Boyle: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C. to Newark 
N. J., Oct. 19-23, 1970 186 22 

2987 R. L. Polk &Co.: 

Bank directory, September 1970 47.25 

2988 Ward & Paul: 

Stenographic reporting, Oct. 6-7, 1970 304.95 

3007 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, October 1970 61 00 

9 3065 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, October 1970 181 66 

3073 A. B. Dick Co.: 

One dozen carriers for A. B. Dick machine, Nov. 4 1970 7. 20 

3074 Gerald McMurray: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip Washington DC to San 
Francisco, Calif., Oct. 27-28, 1970. 77 20 

3075 GaryTabak: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C. to Columbus 
Ohio, Oct.27, 1970 38.00 



310 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY— Continued 
1970 
Nov. 12 3129 Singer-Friden Div. : 

Adding machine tape, Oct. 29, 1970 $1.80 

Bureau of National Affairs: 

Renewal subscription to U.S. Law Week, Dec. 1, 1970-71 148.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, Sept. 1-Oct. 1, 1970 726.65 

13 3155 James F. Doherty: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to St. Louis, 
Mo., and Chicago, III., Oct. 26-29, 1970 _ 164.00 

16 3173 Luce Press Clippings, Inc.: 

Clipping service during October 1970 _ 163.22 

Business Equipment Center, Ltd.: 

Tapes for dictating machines, Nov. 5, 1970 46.80 

Modco, Inc.: 

Book on housing, Oct. 22, 1970 22.50 

Majority Room: 

Printing services, Oct. 20, 1970 16.00 

3180 Paul Nelson: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to San 
Francisco, Calif., Nov. 9-12,1970 145.00 

17 3191 George Gross: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Wilmington, 

Del., and Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 4, 1970.. 40.65 

3201 Gerald McMurray: 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, Nov. 16, 1970 86.29 

20 3247 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, September 1970 106. 77 

3261 Library of Congress: 

For terminal installed, Oct. 31, 1970 344.00 

3262 Curtis A. Prins: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to San 
Francisco, Calif., Spokane and Seattle, Wash., Oct. 21-30, 1970 536.18 

3263 Prof. Thomas K. Standish: 

Witness transportation from Bennington, Vt., to Washington, D.C., round trip, July 23, 

1970 114.56 

25 3314 Casey Ireland: 

Reimbursement for official local travel expenses, October 1970 19.50 

3315 Bob Merz: 

Reimbursement for photographic services, Oct. 26, 1970 250.00 

Dec. 1 3454 Terrence Boyle: 

2 days per diem incurred on travel, Washington, D.C., to Toronto, Canada, Chicago, 
III., and return, Nov. 9-10, 1970 70.00 

3455 Benet D. Gellman: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New York, 
N.Y., Nov. 11-12, 1970 75.45 

3456 Prof. Frank E. Horton: 

Witness transportation from Iowa City, Iowa, to Washington, D.C., round trip, Nov. 18, 
1970.. 230.00 

3457 Gary Tabak: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New York, 

N.Y., Nov. 11-13, 1970 141.29 

8 3554 Peter Stockton: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., Nov. 12-13, 1970 _ 127.10 

3558 Brentano's: 

Books 10.00 

3559 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Nov. 12, 1970 525.00 

John E. Zuccotti: 

3560 Reimbursement for local travel expenses incurred on official business, October 1970. 28. 40 

3561 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, Boston, Mass., to New York City and 

Washington, D.C., Nov. 5-6, 1970 125.90 

10 3619 Gordon Edwards: 

Witness transportation from Dallas, Tex., to Washington, D.C., round trip, Sept. 24, 

1970 _ 338.96 

3620 Trans World Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Oct. 22, 1970 366.00 

3658 National Journal: 

For continuation of weekly service from Nov. 7, 1970 150. 00 

Office Supply Service: 

Stationery supplies, Sept. 24 and Oct. 6, 1970. 219.30 

Ancorp National Services, Inc.: 

Delivery of New York Times during October 1970 43. 50 

Library of Congress: 

Telephone service during October 1970. __ 4. 50 

Casey Ireland: 

3695 Reimbursement for local transportation on official business, November 1970 9. 50 

3696 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to San 

Francisco, Calif., Oct. 22-30, 1970 389.80 



311 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 



COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY— Continued 
1970 
Dec. 11 3747 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, October 1970 _ . $418 05 

Office Supply Service: 

Stationery supplies, October 1970.. _ ... 73 06 

Government Printing Office: 

Miscellaneous publications . 45 25 

Library of Congress: 

Telephone service for October 1970 _ 4. 50 

Ancorp National Services, Inc.: 

New York Times delivery, October 1970 _ 15 00 

15 3763 Paul Nelson: 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, Dec. 10, 1970 97 40 

17 3801 Prof. Brian Berry: 

Witness transportation from Park Forest, III., to Washington, D.C., round trip, Dec. 3, 
1970.... 182.00 

18 3862 Leonor K.Sullivan: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C. to St 

Thomas, V.I., Dec. 1-7, 1970 548 00 

31 4005 John E. Barriere: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Alexandria, Va., to Cincinnati 

Ohio, Nov.24-29, 1970 301.62 

Salaries for 6 months 334, 671. 49 

Less net refunds and adjustments (75.90) 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations __ 354,962.35 

COMMITTEE ON DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

July 23 477 House Recording Studios: 

Duplication of film, May 14, 1970 _. _ _ 39.68 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service — 

31 669 June30,1970 . 2 65 

670 April 1970 li 50 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 43.83 

Paul Yates Little, Sr.: 

Partial payment for consultant services as per contract- 
July 27 502 July 27, 1970... .... 1666 66 

Aug. 25 1229 Aug.25. 1970 """ 1666 66 

Sept.25 1837 Sept. 25, 1970 """" 1666' 66 

Oct. 16 2533 Oct. 12, 1970... _ """ 1666 66 

Nov. 19 3228 Nov. 18, 1970 "" l'666'66 

Dec. 18 3852 Dec. 18, 1970 l!666!70 

Salaries for 6 months 22,678.31 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 32,678.31 

COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR 

July 1 24 Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting. May 14, 1970 148.05 

7 72 Center for Political Research: 

1 year subscription to the National Journal, Mar. 28, 1970-71 _ 200. 00 

73 Government Printing Office: 

Reimbursement for U.S. Government publications, Apr. 15, 1970 1 45 

74 Martin L. LaVor: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Cleveland 

and Akron, Ohio, June 16-17, 1970 155 60 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 

8 104 May6-28,1970 _ 37 85 

105 Nov. 13, 1969-May 27. 1970 32' 50 

106 Apr. 28-May 26, 1970 48' 00 

9 162 May 1-21, 1970 2o'20 

15 244 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, May 1970 122 07 

Ogden R. Reid, M.C.: 

16 273 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to San 

Francisco and Los Angeles, Calif., Apr. 30-May 2, 1970 418.00 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to New 
York City — 

21 386 Apr. 24,1970... 46 00 

387 Apr. 11,1970... '.'."'.'.I'".'".'. 46^00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service- 
July 29 544 June 1970 67 15 

545 June2-30,1970 .. . 32' 40 

546 June 1-30,1970 45" 15 



312 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES 



Amount 



1970 
July 31 



Aug. 4 



26 



28 



COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR— Continued 

625 Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting, May 23, 1970 $509. 95 

House Postmaster: 
Postage stamps— 

654 April 1970 24.25 

655 Do _ 26.00 

656 Apr. 14, 1970 67.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

661 Reimbursement for subcommittee's share of delivery charges for new Xerox machine, 

May 21, 1970 _. 12.75 

662 Reimbursement for rental charges for Xerox machine, Mar. 31-Apr. 30, 1970 278.66 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service— 

671 May 25-June 26, 1970... _.. 56.15 

672 Apr. 29-May 27, 1970 87.35 

673 Feb. 19-May 28. 1970.. _ 124.95 

800 Western Union: 

Official telegram service, June 1970 1.80 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 

808 June8-25, 1970 15.90 

809 June2-30, 1970 72.85 

812 June3-30, 1970 _ 32.80 

824 Werner J. Ebstein: 

Stenographic reporting, May 1, 1970. 729.00 

1281 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1-29, 1970. 77.05 

1303 Western Union: 

Official telegrams, June 1970 16. 43 

1371 Donald Baker: 

Official travel expenses, round trip, Baltimore, Md., to New Orleans, La., May 20-22, 

1970 251.85 

1818 Xerox Corp.: 

Reimbursement for rental of copier, May 28-July 1, 1970 135.72 

1848 William (Bill) Clay, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Los 

Angeles, Calif., May 20-23, 1970 510.90 

2189 Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting, Apr. 11, 1970 251.45 

2294 Minority Room: 

Reimbursement for envelopes run in sets, and plate cut, March-June 1970 3.90 

Xerox Corp.: 

Reimbursement for rental of copier and copying charges— 

2766 Apr. 30-May 29, 1970 222.51 

2993 June 1970. 300.00 

Net refunds and adjustments (8. 85) 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 5,220.79 

517 Ruth Eliel: 

Reimbursement for official local travel expenses, July 24, 1970 1.50 

518 Jack G. Duncan: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Puerto 
Rico and Miami, Fla., July 19-20, 1970 228.00 

519 Ronald L Katz: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Puerto 

Rico and Miami, Fla., July 19-20, 1970 204.50 

640 Orval Hansen, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Miami, 

Fla.. July 19-20, 1970 ._ 252.50 

649 Wall Street Journal: 

Payment for 1 year's subscription, Aug. 5, 1970-71 30.00 

944 John Brademas, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Miami, 

Fla., Apr. 19-20, 1970 254.25 

1050 Martin LLaVor: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Miami, 

Fla., July 17-20, 1970 ._ 269.72 

1191 Ruth Eliel: 

Reimbursement for official local travel expenses, Aug. 3-5, 1970 4.90 

1370 Donald M. Baker: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New York 

City, Sept. 3-4, 1970 87.39 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 

1525 June 29-July 29, 1970 57.00 

1526 Mar. 4-July 29, 1970 22.85 

1527 June 5-July 27, 1970 5.45 

1531 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, July 1970 19. 00 



Sept. 23 




28 


Oct. 


7 




12 


Nov. 


28 
5 



July 28 



Aug. 12 

19 

21 
28 

Sept. 2 



313 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR— Continued 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
1970 Official telephone service- 
Sept. 22 1777 July 2-31, 1970 . $29 80 

1778 June 2-July 29, 1970 102' 55 

1779 June 30-July 22, 1970.. . 52* 15 

1780 July 2-31, 1970.. I 8865 

1781 June 5-July 29, 1970 _ " 83*25 

1782 Apr. 20-July 31, 1970 10725 

23 1809 Western Union: 

Official telegram service, July 1970 _ 9 18 

Oct. 2 2087 Jack G.Duncan: 

Reimbursement for cab fares on official business, July 1970 3 20 

5 2114 Orval Hansen, M.C.: 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Chicago, III., and South Bend, Ind., Sept. 18-20, 1970 206. 00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 
7 2215 Apr. 4-Aug. 25, 1970... _._ 58 00 

2216 Apr. 8-Aug. 28. 1970 __ 71 55 

2217 Apr. 6-Aug. 28, 1970 " 69" 00 

2235 July 31-Aug. 27, 1970 17 00 

2236 Apr. 6-Aug. 27, 1970 5120 

2237 Apr. 8-Aug. 28, 1970 _ 59.05 

2240 District Delivery Service: 

Subscription to New York Times, October-December 1970 . 21. 50 

12 2293 Jack G.Duncan: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to South 
Bend, Ind., Sept. 18-19, 1970... 197.00 

2295 Minority Room: 

Printing services rendered, July-August 1970 11. 52 

2296 Martin L. LaVor: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to South 
Bend, Ind., and Cleveland, Ohio, Sept. 18-19 1970.. _ 182.00 

13 2362 Arlene Horowitz: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to South 

Bend, Ind., Sept 17-20,1970... 209 65 

2393 Western Union: 

Official telegram service, August 1970 _ 153 15 

2404 Xerox Corp.: 

Reimbursement for rental of copier, July 1970 146.46 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 

2418 Apr. 5-Aug. 27, 1970 .... 35 50 

2419 July 30-Aug. 28, 1970 2190 

14 2454 John Brademas, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Chicago 

III., and South Bend., Ind., Sept. 18-19, 1970.. 140 00 

19 2559 OgdenR. Reid, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Chicago, 

III., South Bend, Ind., and Cleveland, Ohio, Sept. 18-19, 1970 103.00 

22 2628 Business Equipment Center Ltd.: 

Official rental of microphone, September 1970 11.95 

2629 Indiana University: 

Reimbursement for rental of Room N-18 for official use during congressional hearing, 

September 1970 ._ 23. 00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 
28 2738 Sept. 2-25, 1970 ._ 14 25 

2739 Aug. 28-Sept. 30, 1970.. 6165 

2740 Sept. 23-30, 1970... _. 3 35 

2741 July 30-Sept. 29, 1970 73.' 30 

2747 District Delivery Service: 

New York Times delivery, October-December 1970 _ 42.80 

House Postmaster: 
Postage stamps— 

2754 October 1970 18 00 

2755 Aug. 4, 1970 _ _ 44' 50 

2756 August 1970... 21.50 

Xerox Corp.: 

For rental of copier and copying charge— 

2767 July-August 1970 378 70 

2768 Aug. 3-Sept. 2, 1970 313 71 

Nov. 5 2992 Augustl970 136 68 

2994 Western Union: 

Official telegram service, September 1970 23.60 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 

9 3056 Sept. 1-25, 1970.... 50 35 

20 3234 Sept. 1-30, 1970 ..//""//.'.'.'.'.'.'.I'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 43.' 25 



314 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR— Continued 

Xerox Corp.: 
1970 For rental of copier and copying charge— 

Nov. 20 3244 Sept. 2-29, 1970.. $300.00 

3245 Aug.31-0ct. 5, 1970 268.50 

Dec. 2 3492 Western Union: 

Official telegram service, October 1970 16.40 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service — 

3503 Oct. 1-30,1970. 15.80 

3504 Aug. 20-Oct. 30, 1970.-. - 59.00 

3505 Sept. 14,1970 _ - 1.35 

3515 Oct. 6-29, 1970. -... 22.55 

3516 Oct.6, 1970 1-35 

10 3681 Oct. 1-30,1970.... 49.25 

3682 Oct. 1-28, 1970 22.50 

3683 Sept. 28-Oct. 30, 1970 107.96 

Salaries for 6 months _ 375,237.65 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations - 381,029.47 

COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS 

July 7 75 John Norton Moore: 

Witness transportation from Charlottesville, Va., to Washington, D.C., round trip, 

June 25, 1970 47.60 

16 274 James MacGregor Burns: 

Witness transportation from North Adams, Mass., to Washington, D.C., round trip, 

June 24, 1970.... -- 119.84 

275 Abram Chayes: 

Witness transportation from Cambridge, Mass., to Washington, D.C., round trip, June 25, 

1970 89.30 

29 547 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Apr. 1-June30, 1970 176.70 

556 Western Union Telegraph Co.: 

Official telegram service, June 10, 1970 3.96 

Oct. 14 2445 Minority Room: 

Memo pads, stationery supplies, June 19, 1970 37.50 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 474.90 

Aug. 19 1051 John S. Badeau: 

Witness transportation from New York to Washington, D.C., round trip, July 22, 1970. 76. 64 

1052 Landrum R. Boiling: 

Witness transportation from Richmond, Ind., to Washington, D.C., round trip, July 21, 
1970.. 140.24 

1053 Don Peretz: 

Witness transportation from Binghamton, N.Y., to Washington, D.C., round trip, July 

21, 1970 89.84 

Foreign Affairs: 

1-year subscription renewals— 
25 1243 September 1970-71. 8.00 

1244 Do 8.00 

1245 Marver H. Bernstein: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Princeton, N.J., to Washington, D.C., July 28, 
1970 63.44 

1246 Theodore Lowi: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Chicago, III., to Washington, D.C., July 28, 

1970.. 143.00 

Sept. 22 1783 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 3-July 31, 1970 _ 103.80 

Western Union Telegraph Co.: 
Official telegram service— 

23 1810 Aug. 7, 1970 4.29 

1811 July 6-9. 1970 11.63 

28 1849 Fred Greene: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Williamstown, Mass., to Washington, D.C., 

Sept. 15, 1970 - 123.20 

Oct. 5 2115 Aliens. Whiting: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Ann Arbor, Mich., to Washington, D.C., Sept. 
24, 1970 112.00 

2116 Wayne Wilcox: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New York, N.Y., to Washington, D.C., Sept. 22, 
1970... 68.00 

2117 Donald Zagoria: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New York, N.Y., to Washington, D.C.,Sept. 16, 

1970.... _ 68.00 

7 2176 The Economist Subscription Department: 

Renewal subscription for 1 year of The Economist, Oct. 20, 1970-71. 38.40 

2218 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 3-Aug. 27, 1970 168.70 



315 

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Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS— Continued 
1970 
Oct. 7 2251 Majority Room: 

Elliott plates cut and envelopes addressed, July 20 and Aug. 28, 1970. .. $12 10 

13 2391 Western Union: 

Official telegram service, Aug. 18, 1970 9 03 

14 2455 Robert A. Scalapino: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Berkeley, Calif., to Washington, D.C., Sept. 24, 

1970 _ 360 20 

19 2560 Alfred C.Stepan: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New Haven, Conn., to Washington. D C 
Oct. 8, f970.. 92 96 

2561 LucianW. Pye: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Boston, Mass., to Washington, D.C.. Sept 29 
1970 _ ;. 116.00 

2562 Geoffrey Kemp: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Cambridge, Mass., to Washington, D.C., 
Oct. 7, 1970. ._ 108.00 

2563 Amos Jordan: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New York, N.Y., to Washington, D.C., Oct. 
8,1970 _ ....... 45.25 

2564 Amelia Leiss: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Cambridge, Mass., to Washington, D.C., 
Oct. 7, 1970 106.00 

2565 Foy Kohler: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Miami, Fla., to Washington, D.C., Sept. 30, 
1970 :. 177.00 

2566 Alexander Eckstein: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Ann Arbor, Mich., to Washington, D.C., 
Sept. 29, 1970 __ 123. 00 

2567 Ross K. Baker: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New Brunswick N.J., to Washington, D.C., 

Oct. 8, 1970 * 66.80 

28 2742 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Aug. 31-Sept. 30, 1970 109 95 

Nov. 5 2995 Western Union: 

Official telegram service, Sept. 15, 1970.. 42.22 

20 3264 Ancorp National Services, Inc.: 

Renewal subscriptions for New York Times and Washington Post, daily and Sunday, 

Dec. 1, 1970— Nov. 30, 1971 169 80 

Dec. 1 3458 Harry C. Cromer: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to New York, N.Y., Nov. 25-28, 1970 122.00 

3459 Marian A. Czarnecki: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to New York, N.Y., Nov. 26-28, 1970. 115. 00 

3460 Paul Hammond: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Santa Monica, Calif., to Washington D.C 

Oct. 6, 1970 .... 411.25 

2 3507 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Sept. 28-0ct. 31, 1970... . . 122.25 

Salaries for 6 months.. 82,049.07 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 85,585.06 

COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS 

July 7 77 Jacob N. Wasserman: 

Reimbursement for official local travel expenses, May 1-June 22, 1970 18.00 

9 164 Federal Publications, Inc.: 

Yearbook of Procurement Articles, June 1970 70.00 

165 Allegheny Airlines, Inc. : 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 30, 1970 50.00 

16 276 Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Co.: 

Miscellaneous publications, June 12-25 1970 219 35 

22 399 Office Supply Service: 

Official stationery supplies, June 1970 268 87 

23 438 James R.Naughton: 

Reimbursement for expenses incurred in connection with official subcommittee 
business, Jan. 7-June 24 1970 30 43 

31 663 Xerox Corp.: 

Rental of copier, Apr. 30-June 15, 1970 92.86 

674 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, May 13-June 12 1970 190 35 

Aug. 4 798 Library of Congress: 

Telephone services rendered, June 1-30 1970 4 50 

799 Western Union: 

Official telegraph service, June 1970. . . 23 37 

810 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 13-July 12, 1970 135 10 

5 825 Majority Room: 

Offset printing, June 26, 1970 5. 00 

53-476 0—71 21 



316 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS— Continued 
1970 
Sept. 23 1819 Xerox Corp.: 

Rental of copier, June 15-30, 1970 ._ $37.50 

Oct. 14 2446 Vincent J. Augliere: 

Reimbursement for expenditures made in connection with official subcommittee 

business, April 1970 - 9.76 

Dec. 8 3564 District Delivery Service: 

Subscription for New York Times, November 1969-July 1970.. _ _. 71.24 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 1,225.33 



July 7 76 New York Times: 

Subscription renewal, J uly 1970-71 7 5. 00 

8 110 District Delivery Service: 

Subscription to New York Times, July-September 1970 21. 50 

17 315 David B. Finnegan: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to San 
Francisco, Calif., July 6-8. 1970 128.43 

316 C. Don Stephens: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New 
London and Groton, Conn., and Providence, R.I.July 7-9, 1970 142.78 

317 Jacob N. Wasserman: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Charles- 
ton, W. Va., July 7-8, 1970.. 85.92 

Aug. 10 878 Allegheny Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, July 22, 1970 ...- 72.00 

879 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, July 31, 1970 50.00 

12 943 Dale E. Moser: 

Reimbursement for photofinishing service provided on official subcommittee business, 

July 1970 -.-. 34.53 

945 Jacob N. Wasserman: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Phila- 
delphia. Pa., July 28, 1970 --.. 56.00 

19 1054 American Photocopy Equipment Co.: 

Repair of Apeco duplicating machine, July 24, 1970 15.00 

1055 House Recording Studios: 

Duplication of tapes in connection with official subcommittee business, July 1970 21.00 

1056 New York Times: 

Subscription, August 1970-71. 37.00 

21 1192 JohnS. Monagan, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Denver, 

Colo., July 26-28, 1970 105.00 

1193 Miles Q. Romney: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Denver, 
Colo., July 26-31, 1970 196.77 

25 1247 Library of Congress: 

Official telephone service, July 1-31, 1970 4.50 

1248 Dr. Marjorie Nelson: 

Witness transportation from New Haven, Conn., to Washington, D.C., round trip, 
July 17, 1970 92.72 

26 1271 Allegheny Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Aug. 6, 1970.... 38.00 

1295 Office Supply Service: 

Official stationery supplies, July 1970 128.68 

Sept. 15 1640 Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Co.: 

Miscellaneous publications, July 17-Aug. 14, 1970 35.50 

22 1784 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July 13-Aug. 12, 1970 172. 50 

1804 Office Supply Service: 

Official stationery supplies, August 1970 229.48 

Oct. 2 2088 District Delivery Service: 

Subscription to New York Times, October-December 1970 21.50 

2089 Equity Publishing Corp. : 

One replacement volume 4 to Virgin Islands Code, September 1970 12.00 

2090 Catherine Koeberlein: 

Reimbursement for expenses incurred in connection with official subcommittee busi- 
ness _ _ 5. 00 

2091 Library of Congress: 

Official telephone service, Aug. 1-31, 1970 4.50 

7 2241 District Delivery Service: 

Subscription to New York Times, October-December 1970 35.00 

12 2297 Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Co.: 

One copy of American Jurisprudence 2d, Vol. 52, Sept. 18, 1970. 15. 50 

13 2386 United Air Lines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Sept. 16, 1970 767.00 

2388 Wall Street Journal: 

Subscription renewal, October 1970-71. 30.00 

2394 Western Union: 

Official telegraph service, August 1970 - 4.49 



317 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS— Continued 

Xerox Corp.: 
1970 Rental of model 813 copier— 

Oct. 13 2407 June 30-July 31. 1970 *« « 

2408 July 31-Aug. 31,1970 " 37™ 

2420 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Aug. 13-Sept. 12, 1970 332 ?o 

14 2447 Vincent J. Augliere: " " " 

Reimbursement for expenditure made in connection with official subcommittee busi- 
ness, September 1970 . i in 
2448 Government Printing Office: 

Publications for official subcommittee use, Sept. 25-30, 1970 14 25 

15 2502 Congressional Quarterly Service: 

Subscription renewal, Dec. 31, 1970-71... 144 n.0 

19 2568 Office Supply Service: 

Official stationery supplies, September 1970 124 46 

2569 Library of Congress: 

Telephone services rendered, Sept. 1-30, 1970 4 50 

2570 Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Co. : 

Publications for official committee use, Feb. 13-Aug. 28, 1970 51 no 

2571 Dartnell Corp.: 

Personal record book for official use, October 1970 11 3g 

22 2631 Millicent Y.Myers: " 

Reimbursement for stamps purchased in connection with official subcommittee 

business, Oct. 12, 1970 K no 

Nov. 2 2932 Joseph C. Luman: "" 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Detroit 

Mich., and Dayton, Ohio, Oct. 5-9. 1970 139 50 

5 2996 American Photocopy Equipment Co.: 

„ „„, Repair service on Apeco duplicating machine, Oct. 23, 1970. . 30 00 

9 3076 Ernest C. Baynard: 

1 day per diem incurred on travel, Oct. 26, 1970 35 00 

17 3193 Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Co.: 

Miscellaneous publications, Oct. 2-23, 1970 38 OO 

20 3237 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Sept. 13-Oct. 12, 1970 144 50 

3243 Xerox Corp.: 

Rental of model 813 copier, Aug. 31-Sept. 30, 1970 43 70 

Dec. 2 3496 Office Supply Service: M " /U 

Official stationery supplies, October 1970 .. 643 ?fi 

3499 Library of Congress: J ' a 

Official telephone service, Oct. 1-31, 1970 4 50 

11 3718 Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Co.: 

Miscellaneous publications, Nov. 1 3-20, 1970 86 50 

Salaries for 6 months 445 H5. - 25 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 450,754.34 

COMMITTEE ON HOUSE ADMINISTRATION 

July 1 13 Leslie D. Adams: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to State 

College, Pa., June 15, 1970 . 67 04 

14 Bruce Norton: b/ ' w 

For services rendered as a consultant to the Working Group on Automatic Data Proces- 
sing, Apr. 9-11, May 12-14, and June 2-3, 19/0 .... 800 00 
Edward Keynes: 

o ,,., F°r services rendered to the Working Group on Automatic Data Processing— 

9 166 May27-28,1970 6 ?n n OO 

167 June 3-4, 1970.. :::::::;:::;:: 20000 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to State 
College, Pa.— 

168 May 26-28, 1970 1t ;o 7fi 

169 June2-4,1970 ,S?7fi 

170 John F. Manley: lw - /b 
,-,, 1 u For services rendered under contract, Mar. 2, 26, and Apr. 6 1970 300 00 

171 John S. Saloma: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington D C to Cam- 
bridge and Boston, Mass., Feb. 5, 1970 i?4 ?n 

Aug. 4 811 Chesapeake* Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, May 1970. &a o* 

Edward Keynes: S-M 

10 882 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington D C to State 

College, Pa., June 24-26, 1970 117 52 

For services rendered as consultant to the Working Group on Automatic Data" 
Processing— 

883 June 3-4, 1970 , n n nn 

884 June 25, 1970 ......"."... """ foOOO 

885 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.c" "to "state 

College, Pa., June 2-4, 1970. 152.52 



318 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON HOUSE ADMINISTRATION— Continued 

Edward Keynes: 

For services rendered as consultant to the Working Group on Automatic Data Proc- 
1970 essing— 
Aug. 12 946 June 16-18, 1970 $300.00 

947 June 10-12, 1970 _ 300.00 

948 June 21-23, 1970 300.00 

Richard J. Tobin: 

951 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to State 

College, Pa., June 3-4, 1970 _ __ 117.52 

For services rendered as consultant to the Working Group on Automatic Data Proc- 
essing — 

952 June 14-19, 1970 __ 300.00 

953 June3-7and 10,1970 300.00 

954 Nicholas A. Masters: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to St. Louis, 
Mo., Apr. 23-25, 1970.. 219.20 

19 1057 Pennsylvania State University: 

For transcription of tapes for the Working Group on Automatic Data Processing, 

June 13-22. 1970 _ 415.00 

Payment in accordance with contract: 

20 1117 EDP Technology, Inc., July 1-31 1970 4,582.67 

1118 General Computing Corp., July 1-31, 1970 5,334.15 

1119 Stanford Research Institute, June 26-July 31, 1970 28,245.77 

1120 InTech Corp., July 1-31, 1970 3,676.39 

1121 System Development Corp., June 6-July 31, 1970.. _ 3,023.06 

21 1194 Robert D.Gray: 

Reimbursement for official local travel expenses, June 1970 6.20 

Sept. 3 1547 Nicholas A. Masters: 

For services rendered as consultant to the Working Group on Automatic Data Proc- 
essing, May 20-22, 1970. 300.00 

22 1785 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1970 32.80 

Oct. 5 2118 General Computing Corp.: 

For payment in accordance with contract, June 26-Aug. 31, 1970 5,961. 25 

Donald Matthews: 

14 2456 Reimbursement for official local travel expenses, Feb. 26-May 27, 1970 21.00 

2457 For services rendered under contract, Feb. 26-Apr. 27, 1970 500.00 

Nov. 2 2933 Charles O.Jones: 

For services rendered as consultant to the Working Group on Automatic Data Proc- 
essing, May 20-22,1970 300.00 

Net refunds and adjustments (354.85) 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 56,496.80 

July 20 356 William Hartnett: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Seattle, 
Wash., San Francisco, and Sacramento, Calif., July 7-11, 1970 179.50 

366 Gwenda R. Green: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Seattle, 
Wash., San Francisco, and Sacramento, Calif., July 7-10, 1970 146.00 

367 Robert D. Gray: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Seattle, 
Wash., San Francisco, and Sacramento, Calif., July 8-10, 1970 140.00 

368 Melvin Miller: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Seattle, 
Wash., San Francisco, and Sacramento, Calif., July 7-10, 1970 178.00 

369 Robert H.Frank: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Seattle, 
Wash., San Francisco, and Sacramento, Calif., July 7-10, 1970 124.00 

23 478 Samuel L. Devine, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to San 
Francisco, Calif., July 8-11, 1970 142.20 

493 Lucien N. Nedzi, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Seattle, 
Wash., San Francisco, and Sacramento, Calif., July 7-10, 1970 175.00 

494 Bertram L. Podell, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Seattle, 

Wash., San Francisco, and Sacramento, Calif., July 7-10, 1970 144.50 

Nicholas A. Masters: 
Aug. 10 880 1 day per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Edwardsville, 

III., July 2, 1970 35.00 

881 For services rendered as consultant to the Working Group on Automatic Data Process- 
ing, July 2, 1970 --- 100.00 

886 Hertz Corp.: 

For rental cars used on official business, July 7-11, 1970 204. 51 

12 950 Edward J. Mahoney: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Seattle, 
Wash., San Francisco, and Sacramento, Calif., July 7-10, 1970. 151.79 



319 

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°ate No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES 



Amount 



lg70 COMMITTEE ON HOUSE ADMINISTRATION— Continued 

Aug. 19 1058 Pennsylvania State University: 

For typing the report to the Working Group on Automatic Data Processing, July 9-12, 

21 1195 Kenneth W.'HuntVrV" $42 - 00 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, DC to San 
Francisco, Calif., July 26-29, 1970 i « n n 

Edward Keynes: " " x J - uu 

For services rendered as consultant to the Working Group on Automatic Data Process- 
ing— 

1196 July 17, 1970 inn0 n 

1197 July 13-14, 1970 -/-VY/VY 200 00 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to State 

College, Pa.— 

1198 July 13-14, 1970 _ 14 , nn 

1199 July 16-17, 1970 .Y.'.'.'.Y.Y.'.'.'.'.'.'.Y. 14100 

25 1249 For services rendered as consultant to the Working Group on Automatic Data Proc-" 

essing, July 7-9,1970 300 00 

o . o-, }£9 „ L Reimbursement for use of copy machine, July 12, 1970. " " " if 60 
Sept. 22 1786 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July 1970 14 05 

For payment in accordance with contract: 

28 1855 Computer Sciences Corp., July 1-Aug. 28, 1970 8 533 00 

1856 EDP Technology, Inc., Aug. 1-31,1970 4' 616 " 53 

1857 General Computing Corp., July 16-Aug. 31, 1970 5'275 - 73 

1858 InTech Corp., Aug. 1-31,1970 ?' 162' 58 

1859 Stanford Research Institute, Aug. 1-29, 1970 3l'886 42 

1860 Systems Consultants, Inc., June 26-Aug. 31,1970 12* 703 52 
_. r 1861 System Development Corp., July 27-Aug. 23, 1970 V??i'3<i 
Oct. 5 2119 MITRE Corp., June 26-Aug 31,1970.. """" 10 632 34 

2120 RobertC. McEwen, M.C.: iu,bJ<!.34 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C. to Seattle 
-, ™,„ „._ Wasn -. San Francisco, and Sacramento, Calif., July 7-10, 1970 147 20 

7 2219 Chesapeake* Potomac Telephone Co.: "" 

Official telephone service, August 1970 go no 

2253 Majority Room: 

Payment for reproduction services rendered, July 1970 ?7 75 

14 2479 Melvin M. Miller: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington D.C. to Denver 

Colo., Sept. 30-Oct. 2, 1970 ' ' 112 50 
Official travel for Members and staff: 

19 2572 United Air Lines. Inc., July 7, 1970 4 212 00 

2573 TransWorld Airlines, Inc., July 7, 1970 "" '366 - 00 

2574 Allegheny Airlines, Inc., Aug. 28, 1970 " 30' nn 

22 2632 Peter A. Smith: 8 ' 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Springfield Va to 
Harrisburg, Pa., Oct. 7. 1970 .... 5374 

23 2661 C. William Tayler: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington D C to Denver 

Colo., Sept. 30-Oct. 2, 1970 .... ' ' 10414 
28 2743 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, September 1970 71 45 

For payment in accordance with contract: 

Nov. 9 3048 Computer Sciences Corp., Aug. 29-Sept. 25, 1970 3 743 17 

3049 EDP Technology. Inc., Sept. 1-25, 1970 g'l33*49 

3050 General Computing Corp., Sept. 1-30, 1970 7' 01494 

3051 InTech Corp., Sept. 1-30, 1970 "" l'730'06 

3052 MITRE Corp., Sept. 1-30.1970..: 437296 

3053 Stanford Research Institute, Aug. 30-Sept. 26, 1970 . 53' 664 51 

3054 Systems Consultants, Inc., Sept. 1-30, 1970.. ... .. "" 4'468'84 

™,, ., System Development Corp., Aug. 24-Sept. 27, 1970.... 4' 180 00 

3077 Kenneth W. Hunter: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D C to Talla- 
hassee, Fla., and Raleigh, N.C., Oct. 27 29, 1970 113 75 

3078 Peter A. Smith: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington D C to Talla- 

hassee, Fla., and Raleigh, N.C., Oct. 27-29, 1970. . . 119 05 
20 3265 RandMcNally &Co.: 

One copy of Standard Highway Mileage Guide, Oct. 16, 1970 .. 13 75 
For payment in accordance with contract: 

Dec. 1 3461 Institute for Social Research, Aug. 20, 1970 .. 13 776 00 

11 3719 Computer Sciences Corp., Sept. 26-Oct. 30, 1970 5113 96 

3720 EDP Technology, Inc., Sept. 26-Oct. 30, 1970 if 658 36 

3721 InTech Corp., Oct. 1-31, 1970 1513 81 

3722 MITRE Corp., Sept. 28-Oct. 25, 1970 4' 644 15 

3723 Stanford Research Institute, Oct. 1-31 1970 6l'644'65 

3724 General Computing Corp., Oct. 1-31, 1970 6' 017' 44 

3725 Systems Consultants, Inc., Oct. 1,31, 1970 '4l'25 

3726 Systems Development Corp., Sept. 28-Oct. 25, 1970 3 446 16 



320 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON HOUSE ADMINISTRATION— Continued 
1970 
Dec. 22 3929 C. William Tayler: 

For services as legal consultant to subcommittee on elections, September-December 

1970 $1,900.00 

Salaries for 6 months _ 68,809.70 

Net refunds and adjustments _ _ _. (516.00) 



Total paid from 1971 appropriations 352,671.40 

COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSULAR AFFAIRS 

July 23 481 Crescent City Radio & Television: 

installation, operation, and removal of public address equipment at Del Norte County 
Fair Grounds Pavilion, Crescent City, Calif., Apr. 16, 1968 (account in dispute 

since 1968) 150.00 

Net refunds and adjustments (538. 38) 

Total paid from 1969 appropriations (388.38) 



July 8 107 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. : 

Official telephone service, May 1970 16. 05 

23 482 Harold T. Johnson, M.C.: 

3 days per diem incurred on travel, Washington, D.C., to Wilmington, N.C., and return, 
June 25-27, 1970 105.00 

479 John N. Happy Camp, M.C.: 

3 days per diem incurred on travel, Washington, D.C., to Wilmington, N.C., and return, 
June 25-27, 1970 105.00 

480 Jim T.Casey: 

3 days per diem incurred on travel, Washington, D.C., to Wilmington, N.C., and return, 

June 25-27, 1970 105.00 

29 548 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1970 25.20 

31 641 Wayne N.Aspinall, M.C.: 

2 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to Denver, Colo.; Los 
Angeles, Calif.; Honolulu, Hawaii; Guam; Saioan, Mariana Islands, and return, 

June 26-30, 1970 70.00 

Aug. 10 924 John P. Saylor, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Boise, 
Idaho; San Francisco, Calif.; Honolulu, Hawaii; Saipan, Mariana Islands, and 

Guam, June 25-30, 1970 1,554.03 

26 1291 Majority Room: 

Mimeo copies of 31 stencils of Report on Oil Imports, June 12, 1970... 50.60 

1304 Western Union: 

Official telephone service, June 26, 1970 15. 30 

Bernice M. Jackson Reporting Co.: 
Stenographic reporting— 

Oct. 7 2177 Oct. 17-18, 1969 773.50 

2178 Oct. 24-25. 1969 402.75 

Oct. 22 2633 Minority Room: 

Cutting addressograph plates, running labels, addressing envelopes, etc., June 1970.. 5. 20 

28 2750 Eastern Airlines Inc. : 

Official travel for Members and staff prior to June 30, 1970 392.31 

Net refunds and adjustments (132.75) 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 3,487.19 



July 31 642 Wayne N. Aspinall, M. C: 

4 days per diem incurred on travel and international passenger tax, from Washington, 
D.C., to Denver, Colo.; Los Angeles, Calif.; Honolulu, Hawaii; Guam; Saipan, Mariana 

Islands, and returnjuly 1-10, 1970 133.00 

643 E.Y. Berry. M.C.: 

4 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to Omaha, Nebr. and return, 

July 16-19, 1970 140.00 

Aug. 4 797 Official Airline Guide: 

Renewal of 1-year subscription to Quick Reference Edition of Official Airline Guide, 

October 1970-September 1971 32.00 

8 874 JohnP Saylor. M.C.: 

5 days per diem incurred on travel and international passenger tax, from Honolulu, 
Hawaii, toSaipan, Mariana Islands; Guam; Honolulu, Hawaii; and Washington, D.C., 

July 1-10. 1970 171.00 

887 Abraham Kazen, Jr., M.C.: 

4 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to Omaha, Nebr., and 
returnjuly 16-19, 1970 140.00 

888 Harold T.Johnson. M.C.: 

4 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to Omaha, Nebr., and 
returnjuly 16-19, 1970. 140.00 

889 Jim T.Casey: 

4 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to Omaha, Nebr., and return, 
July 16-19, 1970 _ - 140.00 



321 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSULAR AFFAIRS— Continued 
1970 
Aug. 8 890 John N. Happy Camp, M.C.: 

4 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to Omaha, Nebr , and 

return, July 16-19, 1970 ._ $140 00 

Sept. 21 1745 Jim T.Casey: ' 

6 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to Rapid City, S. Dak., and 

return, Aug. 16-21, 1970 . 210 00 

22 1787 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July 1970 38 70 

Oct. 5 2121 John N.Happy Camp, M.C.: 

10 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to San Francisco, Calif.; 
Boise, Idaho; Seattle, Wash.; and return, to Oklahoma City, Okla .; Au?. 22-31, 1970 350 00 

2122 DonH. Clausen, M.C.: 

7 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to San Francisco, Califs ; 
Boise, Smiley Creek, and Sun Valley, Idaho; and Coos Bay and Florence, Oreg , 

Aug. 22-28, 1970 _.. . 245 00 

2123 Harold T. Johnson, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Roseville, Calif., to San 
Francisco and Point Reyes, Calif., Aug. 22-24, 1970 132 60 

2124 Charles Leppert, Jr.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to 
Honolulu, Hawaii; Guam; Saipan, Mariana Islands; and Los Angeles, Calif , Aue 
15-21,1970 237.00 

2125 James A. McClure, M.C.: 

9 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to San Francisco, 
Calif.; Boise, Smiley Creek, and Sun Valley, Idaho; Coos Bay and Florence, Oreg ; 

Port Angeles, Wash.; and Seattle, Wash., Aug. 22-30, 1970.. 315 00 

2126 LeeMcElvain: 

10 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to San Francisco, Calif.; 
Boise, Smiley Creek, and Sun Valley, Idaho; Coos Bay and Florence, Oreg ; Port 

Angeles, Wash.; and Seattle, Wash., Aug. 22-31, 1970. 350 00 

2127 Lewis A.Sigler: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to 
Honolulu, Hawaii, and Saipan, Mariana Islands, Aug. 16-20 and Sept. 6-7, 1970 262 00 

2128 Roy A. Taylor, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Asheville, N.C., to San 
Francisco, Calif.; Boise, Smiley Creek, and Sun Valley, Idaho; Coos Bay and 
Florence, Oreg.; and Port Angeles, Wash., Aug. 22-31, 1970 721 00 

2129 Morris K. Udall, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Phoenix, Ariz., to Boise, 
Smiley Creek, and Sun Valley, Idaho; and Coos Bay, Florence, and Eugene, Oree 
Aug. 24-28, 1970 346 00 

2130 KarlVeley: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Baltimore, Md., to Sun 
Valley, Idaho; and Florence and Eugene, Oreg., Aug. 25-29, 1970 190 00 

22 2630 Equity Publishing Corp.: 

1 copy of vol. 4 of Virgin Islands Code, Sept. 17, 1970.. . 12 00 

2634 Minority Room: 

Cutting addressograph plates, running labels, addressing envelopes, etc., August 1970 12. 29 

2635 William L. Shafer: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D C to 

Denver, Colo., Sept. 27-Oct. 1, 1970 438 50 

28 2744 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Apr. 8-Aug. 27, 1970.. ... 41 90 

2751 Eastern Airlines, Int.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, July 1-Sept. 11, 1970 4 516 00 

2764 Western Union: 

For official telegrams and cablegrams, August 1970 ... 35 02 

Nov. 5 2997 Manuel Lujan, Jr.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Albuquerque, N. 
Mex., to San Francisco, Calif.; Boise, Smiley Creek, and Sun Valley, Idaho; and 

Coos Bay and Florence, Oreg., Aug. 23-28,1970 411 00 

9 3057 Chesapeake* Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Sept. 4, 1970 18 35 

3061 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, October 1970 2 856 12 

3064 Western Union: «,»»." 

For official telegrams and cablegrams, September 1970 28 76 

20 3241 Xerox Corp.: 

Rental of Xerox copier, October 1970 wib 

Dec. 17 3810 Jim T. Casey: 

6 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, 
D.C., to Las Vegas, Nev., and return, Nov. 15-20, 1970 ... 237 00 

3811 DonH. Clausen, M.C.: 

4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington 
D.C., to Omaha, Nebr., and return, July 16-19, 1970 . 145 00 

3812 Charles Leppert, Jr.: 

3 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to Suva, Fiji Islands and 
Pago Pago, American Samoa, Oct. 3-5, 1970.. 129.00 



322 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSULAR AFFAIRS— Continued 
1970 
Dec. 17 3813 Sidney L. McFarland: 

8 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, 
D.C., to Phoenix, Ariz.; Las Vegas, Nev.; San Francisco, Calif., and return, Nov. 

13-22,1970 $296.00 

3814 Philip E. Ruppe, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Boise, 

Idaho; Seattle, Wash., and return, Aug. 24-30, 1970 _ 590.00 

Salaries for 6 months 31,975. 54 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 46,208. 14 

COMMITTEE ON INTERNAL SECURITY 

July 7 65 Neil E. Wetterman: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Chicago, 
III., June 2-4, 1970... 116.25 

78 Air West, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Apr. 27-29, 1970 390.00 

79 Stuart Pott: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Detroit, 
Mich., June 16-21, 1970 219.38 

80 Richard L. Schultz: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New 
York, June 12-14, 1970 113.30 

81 Richard A.Shaw: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Cin- 
cinnati, Ohio, and Indianapolis, Ind., June 16-19, 1970 _ __ 148.69 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 
Stenographic reporting — 

8 98 Apr. 14, 1970 155.25 

99 Apr. 15, 1970 9.00 

Penn Central Transportation Co.: 

Official travel for Members and staff — 

112 Mar. 13-Apr. 3, 1970 118.52 

113 Apr. 7-15, 1970... 175.00 

16 277 Stuart Pott: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Mil- 
waukee, Wis., June 24-29, 1970 221.50 

Thomas Q. Simmons: 

278 Reimbursement for official local travel expenses, May 22-June 1, 1970__ 8.80 

279 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Milwau- 

kee, Wis., June 24-29, 1970. 234.65 

280 Neil E. Wetterman: 

Reimbursement for official local travel expenses, Apr. 29-June 22, 1970 14.42 

17 318 EmilioC. Callejo: 

1 day per diem incurred as witness, June 23, 1970 20.00 

319 Robert M. Johnson: 

1 day per diem incurred as witness, June 10, 1970 20.00 

320 Juliette P. Joray: 

Miscellaneous expenses incidental to the operation of the committee, May 15-31, 1970.. 55. 50 

321 William R. Kintner: 

Witness transportation from Philadelphia, Pa., to Washington, D.C., round trip, June 
25-26, 1970 72.40 

322 Alexey V. Levin: 

Witness transportation from New York to Washington, D.C., round trip, June 23-24, 

1970 _. ---. 96.88 

20 352 Donald G.Sanders: 

1 day per diem incurred on travel, Washington, D.C., to St. Louis, Mo., and return, 

June 30, 1970 35.00 

354 Thomas Q. Simmons: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Omaha, 

Nebr., Des Moines and Cedar Rapids, Iowa, June 16-20, 1970 193. 50 

23 468 Donald Berry: 

3 days per diem incurred as witness, June 11-15, 1970 60. 00 

470 Barron Howard: 

3 days per diem incurred as witness, June 12-19, 1970 60. 00 

483 Monika O. Flidr: 

Witness transportation from New York to Washington, D.C., round trip, June 23, 1970. . 76. 20 

484 Arnold Johnson: 

Witness transportation from New York to Washington, D.C., round trip, June 11, 1970. . 76. 20 

B. R. McConnon, Jr.: 

28 508 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Boston, 

Mass., June 22-26, 1970 ._ 194.90 

511 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Philadel- 
phia, Pa., June 29-30, 1970 88.26 

29 558 Juliette P. Joray: 

For miscellaneous expenses incidental to the operation of the committee, June 1-30, 
1970 100.60 



323 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON INTERNAL SECURITY— Continued 

558 Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 

1970 Stenographic reporting — 

Aug. 21 1127 Apr. 15, 1970 $154.00 

1128 May 12-20, 1970 295.75 

1129 May 13, 1970 227.25 

1201 Herbert Romerstein: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New York, 
June 11-12, 1970, and New York City to Albany, N.Y., round trip, June 16-18, 1970. . 236. 94 

25 1251 Northwest Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 2, and 15, 1970 74.00 

1252 Trans World Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 1, 1970 110.00 

1253 Wright Air Lines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 2, 1970 18.00 

26 1286 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 4, 11, and 29, 1970 199.12 

United Air Lines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff — 

1298 May 10-13, and June 1, 1970 393.00 

1299 June 15-20, 1970 221.00 

1300 June24-29, 1970 232.00 

1308 American World Films Co.: 

Film, "In the Name of Peace", June 1, 1970 195.00 

World Affairs Bookshop, Inc.: 

Miscellaneous books, June 13, 1970... 83.95 

Mark Weiss Camera Center: 

Rental of film, June 19, 1970 - 27.80 

National Business Systems: 

Rental of Memocord and pen mike, June 19, 1970... 10.00 

Hertz System, Inc.: 

Auto rentals, June 1970 110.10 

Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, June 1970 66. 50 

27 1313 Allegheny Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 2-29, 1970 84.00 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 
Stenographic reporting — 

1330 June9-ll, 1970. 425.25 

1331 June23-25, 1970... .' 391.50 

Sept. 3 1550 Penn Central Transportation Co.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, May 11-18, and June 12, 1970 144.40 

1572 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Apr. 30-June 30, 1970 981.40 

Hertz System, Inc.: 

Auto rentals, June 1970 471.48 

11 1610 B. R. McConnon, Jr.: 

Reimbursement for official local travel expenses, February-June 1970.. 61.44 

17 1682 New York Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Nov. 19, 1969-June 30, 1970 694. 10 

22 1797 American Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Feb. 27-June 26, 1970 502.00 

Oct. 13 2421 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1970.. 372. 10 

15 2495 Ozark Air Lines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 15, 1970 19. 00 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 9,875.28 

July 20 353 Donald G. Sanders: 

1 day per diem incurred on travel, and transportation tax, Washington, D.C., to St. 
Louis, Mo., and return, July 1, 1970 40. 12 

23 469 Donald Berry: 

6 days per diem incurred as witness, and travel to and from airports, July 17-22, 1970. 135. 00 
471 Barron Howard: 

5 days per diem incurred as witness, and transportation to and from airports, July 
19-23,1970 110.00 

24 497 Thomas Kearney: 

7 days per diem incurred as witness, July 1, 17, and 20-24, 1970 134.40 

28 510 B.R. McConnon, Jr.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Philadel- 
phia, Pa., July 1, 1970 45.60 

Aug. 6 872 John Peterson: 

For services as consultant rendered to the committee, July 13-18, 1970 300.00 

21 1200 Stuart Pott: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C. to Detroit, 
Mich., July 28-30, 1970 111.50 



324 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON INTERNAL SECURITY— Continued 
1970 
Aug. 21 1202 Stephen H. Romines: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C. to Indian- 
apolis, Ind., July 15-16, 1970 $75.10 

1203 Neil B. Wetterman: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Detroit, 
Mich., July 28-30, 1970 111.85 

27 1314 Ronald W. Bates: 

Witness transportation from Cumberland, Ind., to Washington, D.C, round trip, 
July 20-24, 1970 238.24 

1315 B. R. McConnon, Jr.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Philadel- 
phia, Pa., July 30, 1970 35.85 

1316 Thomas Q. Simmons: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Cincin- 
nati, Ohio, July 17, 1970 39.76 

Sept. 3 1548 Juliette P. Joray: 

Miscellaneous expenses incidental to the operation of the committee, July 1-31, 

1970 88.08 

1549 B. R. McConnon, Jr.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Boston, 
Mass., Aug. 11-14, 1970 158.95 

1551 Penn Central Transportation Co.: 

Witness transportation from New York City, N.Y., to Chicago, III., round trip, July 16, 
1970.. 181.22 

1552 Neil E. Wetterman: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to San 

Francisco, Calif., Aug. 5-16, 1970 468.68 

8 1573 Trans World Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, July 17, 1970 90.00 

1587 Herbert Romerstein: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, 2 round trips, New York City, N.Y., to 

Chicago, III., July 21-24, and Aug. 7-12, 1970 374.00 

15 1634 Burroughs Corp.: 

Equipment rental for July 1970 12.00 

Capitol & Glogau Photographers: 

Film reproduclion 182.75 

World Affairs Bookshop, Inc.: 

1 copy of Writers Market, July 3, 1970 8.95 

Hertz System, Inc.: 

Auto rentals, July-August 1970 80.31 

West Publishing Co.: 

Miscellaneous books, Aug. 17, 1970 224.00 

Bank of America: 

Photo copies 33. 40 

1641 Robert M. Horner: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to San 
Francisco, Calif., Aug. 16-30,1970 _ 563.00 

1642 Stuart Pott: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Los 
Angeles, and San Francisco, Calif., Aug. 5-29, 1970 948.69 

1643 Richard A. Shaw: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to San 

Antonio, Tex., and San Francisco, Calif., Aug. 12-29, 1970.... 645.09 

22 1795 Allegheny Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, July 20-24, and 29, 1970 76.00 

28 1850 B. R. McConnon, Jr.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Philadel- 
phia, Pa.. Aug. 8, 1970 31.80 

1851 Herbert Romerstein: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, 2 round trips, New York City to Albany, 

N.Y., Aug. 18-20, and Sept. 2-3, 1970 253. 72 

Oct. 7 2205 Frank B.Jones: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from San Francisco to Richmond, Calif., and return, 
Oct. 6-7, 1970 47.20 

14 2458 Robert M. Horner: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Pikes- 
ville, Md..Sept. 17, 1970 28.56 

2460 Herbert Romerstein: 

2 days per diem incurred on travel, Washington, D.C, to Newark, N.J., and return, 

Sept. 8-9,1970 70.00 

2461 Neil E. Wetterman: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Des 

Moines, Iowa, Sept. 8-11, 1970 154.20 

2467 Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting, July 21-24, 1970 702.00 

15 2486 American Airlines, Inc. : 

Official travel for Members and staff, July 13, and 19-23, 1970 162.00 

2496 Trans World Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Aug. 3-5, 1970 549.00 



325 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON INTERNAL SECURITY— Continued 

United Air Lines, Inc.: 
1970 Official travel for Members and staff — 

Oct. 15 2497 June 11-15. 1970.. _ $90 00 

2498 July 27. Aug. 5, and 14, 1970 "" 55g'l9 

2501 Penn Central Transportation Co.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Aug. 5, 1970 181 22 

27 2696 Allegheny Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Sept. 4, 1970 38 GO 

2697 American Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Aug. 11, 1970.. 117 rjO 

2698 Braniff Airways, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Aug. 11, 1970. _ 127 00 

2699 Albert Dean Gladson: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, Oct. 11-13, 1970 67 50 

2700 Richard H. Ichord, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for film reproduction for the official use of the committee, Sept. 30 
1970 _._„_'_ 49. 6 o 

2701 Juliette P. Joray: 

Miscellaneous expenses incidental to the operation of the committee, Aug. 1-Sept. 15 
1970 _... _ _■_„. 100.34 

2702 B.R. McConnonJr.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Annapolis 
and Baltimore, Md., Oct. 5, 1970 29 40 

2703 Frank I. Madigan: 

Witness transportation from San Francisco, Calif., to Washington, D.C., round trip. 
Oct. 14-15, 1970 406 00 

2704 Warren L. Martin: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, Oct. 11-13, 1970 67.50 

2705 Northeast Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, July 7, 1970 . 90 00 

2706 CliveL. de Patten: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Des Moines, Iowa, to Washington, D.C., and 
return, Oct. 7-8, 1970 52 35 

2707 Murdock J. Platner: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Omaha, Nebr., to Washington, D.C., and 
return, Oct. 11-14, 1970. 84 60 

2708 Stephen H. Romines: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Des 
Moines, Iowa, Omaha, Nebr., and Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 30-Oct. 2, 1970 121 93 

2709 Richard L.Schultz: 

2 days per diem incurred on travel, and miscellaneous expenses, from New York 

City to Washington, D.C., and return, Oct. 6-7, 1970 76.00 

2710 William G.Shaw: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Annandale, Va., to Carlisle. 
Pa.,Sept. 16-17.1970 110 32 

2711 Lloyd R.Smith: 

Travel expense and witness fees, from Des Moines, Iowa to Washington, D.C., and 
return, Oct. 14-15, 1970 172 00 

2712 Richard J. Sydnes: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Des Moines, Iowa, to Washington, D.C., and 
return. Oct. 14-15, 1970 172.00 

2713 United Air Lines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Aug. 28-Sept. 11, 1970 541.01 

28 2760 Penn Central Transportation Co. : 

Official travel for Members and staff, Sept, 4 1970 22 90 

Nov. 5 2998 John J. Harrington: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Philadelphia, Pa. to Washington DC and 

return, Oct. 14, 1970 52 40 

2999 Nelson A. Watson: 

1 day per diem incurred as witness, Oct. 15, 1970. 20 00 

6 3032 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July 1970 345.32 

Luce Press Clippings, Inc.: 

For services rendered, Sept. 30, 1970 146.00 

Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, September 1970 844 83 

Bank of America: 

Photo copies, Sept. 14-23, 1970 44.00 

3M Business Products Sales, Inc.: 

Transparency preparation charge, Sept. 8, 1970 . 44.00 

Shrader Sound, Inc.: 

Lavalier microphone, Sept. 9, 1970 .. 55 36 

Hertz System, Inc.: 

Auto rentals, August-September 1970 513 15 

New York Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July 1-Aug. 19, 1970 _ 176 69 

17 3194 B. R. McConnonJr.: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel from Washington 
D.C., to Boston, Mass., and return, Oct. 13-14, 1970, and from Washington D C ' 

to Baltimore, Md., and return, Oct. 20, 1970 ' 109 38 



326 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON INTERNAL SECURITY— Continued 
1970 
Nov. 20 3266 Neil E. Wetterman: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., Oct. 21-22, 1970 $149.30 

Dec. 8 3565 Donald G. Sanders: 

2 days per diem incurred on travel, Washington, D.C., to St. Louis, Mo., and return, 

Oct. 27-28, 1970 70.00 

10 3633 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Oct. 27, 1970 70.00 

3634 Penn Central Transportation Co.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Sept. 4, and Oct. 1, 1970 46.30 

3635 Stephen Romines: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, 

D.C., to Seattle, Wash., and return, Oct. 29-31, 1970 133.60 

3636 Trans World Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Oct. 27, 1970 70.00 

11 3728 John Lewis: 

2 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to St. Louis, Mo., and 
return, Nov. 22-23, 1970 70.00 

3729 B. R. McConnon, Jr.: 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, 
D.C., to Boston, Mass., and return, Nov. 18-19, 1970 83.20 

3730 Stuart Pott: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Fred- 
ericksburg, Va., Oct. 27, 1970 32.44 

3731 Herbert Romerstein: 

1 day per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to Newark, N.J., and 

return, Nov. 16, 1970.... 15.00 

21 3867 Juliette P. Joray: 

Miscellaneous expenses incidental to the operation of the committee, Sept. 15-Oct. 31, 

1970__ 90.80 

Salaries for 6 months 204,258.92 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 218,226. 57 

COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE 

July 7 82 Michael F. Barrett, Jr.: 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, Washington, D.C., to 

Detroit, Mich., and return, June 22-23, 1970 78.50 

9 163 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, May 1970 165.60 

172 William L. Springer, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New 

York, June 11-14, 1970 _ 150.10 

17 323 Standard & Poor's Corp.: 

Balance of subscription charge, June 1970 9.00 

21 388 Hertz Corp.: 

Rental car service for official use, May 25, 1970 83.23 

23 443 National Car Rental: 

Rental car service for official use, June 22-23, 1970.... 20.97 

485 Mark J. Raabe: 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., 

to Detroit, Mich., and return, June 22-23, 1970. __._ 77.00 

31 658 Xerox Corp.: 

Equipment, rental, and meter use, May 1970 _._ 300.00 

Aug. 4 802 Western Union: 

Wire service furnished committee, June 1970 16. 55 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 

807 May 24-June 30, 1970. _ 128.50 

813 May 25-June 30, 1970 82.30 

5 827 Majority Room: 

For printing services rendered, June 1970 23.45 

Sept. 2 1534 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, June 1970 573.45 

Net ref ii nds and adjustments _ (6. 12) 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 1,702. 53 



District Delivery Service: 

Miscellaneous quarterly subscriptions- 
July 23 439 July-September 1970 _ 35.00 

440 Do.. . 35.00 

441 Do 32.50 

442 Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers, Inc.: 

Single issue of publication for official use, July 1970. .. 3.00 

444 Television Digest: 

Publication for official use, July 1970 .-. -.- 31.60 

31 644 Michael F. Barrett: 

Miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel from Washington, D.C., to Houston, Tex., 
and return, July 22, 1970 ...- 34.75 



327 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES 



Amount 



1970 
Aug. 12 


955 


21 


1204 




1205 


26 


1287 


Sept. 2 


1528 




1532 


3 


1553 


15 


1644 


18 


1706 




1707 


21 


1746 


25 


1844 



1845 



Oct. 


28 
1 


1890 
1891 
2039 




6 


2159 




7 


2179 

2220 
2221 
2254 




12 


2298 




13 


2395 


Nov. 


2 


2409 
2410 
2934 



2935 

2937 
2952 
2954 
2955 
9 3079 

3080 



3081 
3082 
3083 



COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE— Continued 

William T. Druhan: 

12 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel from Washington 

D.C., to Los Angeles, Calif., and return, July 20-31, 1970 $470 36 

Robert F.Guthrie: """" 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel from Washington D.C 

to New York, and return, July 16-17, 1970 ' 76 65 

Robert L. Rebein: 

4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C. 
to Champaign/Urbana, III., and return, Aug. 2-6, 1970 176 68 

Eastern Airlines, inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, July 15, 1970 48 00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July 1970 144 80 

Western Union: 

Official telegraph service, July 1970 6 00 

Delta Air Lines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, July 21, 1970 222 00 

William T. Druhan: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Boston, 

Mass., Aug. 9-l c , 1970.. _ 386 02 

Avis Rent-A-Car System : 

Rental car service for official use, Aug. 2-5, 1970 93 30 

Hertz Corp.: 

Rental car service for official use, July 23-24, 1970 31 12 

Majority Room: 

Printing of 500 business cards, Aug. 31, 1970 8 14 

Benjamin Smethurst: 

8 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington 
D.C, to New Orleans, La., and Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 9-16, 1970 296 76 

Robert L. Rebein: 

8 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington 
D.C, to New Orleans, La., and Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 9-16, 1970 299 39 

Ward, Smith, Paul &Alderson: 
Stenographic reporting— 

July 9, 1970. _ _ 87 . 10 

r , ft A . u ,8- 13 -! 970 - - 113.90 

Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, July 31, 1970 130 00 

Trans World Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, July 13, 1970 408 00 

Avis Rent-A-Car: 

Car rental service for official use, Sept. 14-16, 1970. 89 70 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service- 
July 1970. 158.65 

August 1970 91 90 

Majority Room : 

For printing services rendered, July-August 1970 32 09 

Broadcasting Publications Inc.: 

1 year subscription to Broadcasting Magazine, October 1970-71 14 00 

Western Union: 

Official telegram service, August 1970 6 60 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage- 
July 1970 _._ 395.65 

August 1970 298.50 

Advanced Equipment Co., Inc.: 

2-wheel hand truck, September 1970 51 75 

Dan Kuykendall, M.C: 

5 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C, to Seattle, Wash., and 

return, Aug. 23-27, 1970 175 00 

District Delivery Service: 

Newspaper subscription, October-December 1970 13 50 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, September 1970 HI 31 

Majority Room: 

For printing services rendered, September 1970 4 10 

Western Union: 

Official telegraph service, September 1970 6 78 

American Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Aug. 19, 1970 366 00 

James F. Broder: 

4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington D C 

to Hartford, Conn., and return, Oct. 13-16, 1970 . 172.25 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to New 
York- 
Oct. 20-22, 1970 163 60 

Oct. 28, 1970 " 6035 

Delta Air Lines, Inc.: " 

Official travel for Members and staff, Sept. 8, 1970 324.00 



328 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE— Continued 
1970 
Nov. 9 3084 William J. Dixon: 

4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel from Washington, 

D.C., to Wichita, Kans., and return, Oct. 20-23, 1970... . $155.54 

10 3112 James M. Menger, Jr.: 

10 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, 

D.C., to Honolulu, Hawaii, and return, Oct. 22-31, 1970. _ 369.80 

3113 W.E.Williamson: 

10 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, 

D.C., to Honolulu, Hawaii, and return, Oct. 22-31, 1970 365.00 

13 3158 Allegheny Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Oct. 12, 1970 62. 00 

20 3238 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, August 1970 110.25 

3242 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, September 1970 392.03 

23 3286 James M. Menger, Jr.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New York, 

Nov. 11-13, 1970 159.65 

Dec. 1 3462 Allegheny Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, October 1970. 48.00 

3463 Lewis Berry: 

12 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to San Juan, P.R., and 
return, Nov. 2-13, 1970. 504.00 

3464 William J. Dixon: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, 
D.C.to Huntington, W. Va., and return, Nov. 15-17, 1970 _ 126.25 

3465 Theodore Focht: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, 

D.C., to New York, and return, Oct. 26-28, 1970 113.00 

2 3506 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, September 1970... 151.95 

8 3566 William P. Adams: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from San Francisco, 
Calif., to Honolulu, Hawaii, and return, Nov. 7-16, 1970 136.15 

3567 William J. Dixon: 

Seven days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, 
D.C., to New Orleans, La., and return, Nov. 4-10, 1970 255.00 

3568 Samuel N. Friedel, M.C.: 

Seven days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, 
D.C., to New Orleans, La., and return, Nov. 4-10, 1970 255.00 

3569 Robert F. Guthrie: 

Three days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, 
D.C., to New York, and return, Nov. 12-14, 1970 164.50 

3570 Pan American World Airways, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, November 1970.. _ 129.00 

10 3637 Robert F. Guthrie: 

Three days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, 

D.C., to Minneapolis, Minn., and return, Nov. 22-24, 1970 __ 191.25 

3639 Hertz Corp.: 

Rental car service for official use, Oct. 21-24, 1970 70.70 

Salaries for 6 months 280,100.94 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 289, 565. 81 

COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY 

July 21 389 Eastern Airlines: 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 5-6, 1970 44.00 

23 445 Harry Murphy: 

Witness transportation from Newark, N.J., to Washington, D.C., round trip, June 17, 
1970 66.20 

446 J.William Reitter: 

Witness transportation from Newark, N.J., to Washington, D.C., round trip, June 17, 
1970.... _._ _ -. 66.20 

447 Richard Roselli: 

Witness transportation from Newark, N.J., to Washington, D.C., round trip, June 17, 

1970.... 66.20 

486 Herman Schwartz: 

Witness transportation from Buffalo, N.Y., to Washington, D.C., round trip, June 10- 

11,1970 _ 98.50 

29 560 Library of Congress: 

For terminal installed, June 30, 1970 — 620.00 

561 Majority Room: 

Reproduction work, June 1970 _._ 56.10 

31 659 Xerox Corp.: 

Use of Xerox for reproduction of calendar work, June 11, 1970 84. 76 

675 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, May 1970 155.31 

Aug. 26 1274 American Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 2-5, 1970 948.00 



329 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Dat e No- SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY— Continued 

Sept. 18 1708 District Delivery Service: 

New York Times, Apr. 1, 1969-Dec. 31, 1970, and Oct. 21, 1969-Dec. 31, 1970, and the 
o, „„ n Wall Street Journal, Jan. 27, 1969-Aug. 2, 1970 S432 40 

21 1747 George Hicks: 

Witness transportation from Newark, N.J., to Washington, D.C., round trip, June 17, 
1970 _ gg 20 

22 1788 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1970 122 75 

23 1820 Xerox Corp.: 

Reproduction work, May 28-June 30, 1970 241 13 

Net refunds and adjustments (45.00) 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations _ ___ 3,022. 75 

Emanuel Celler, M.C.: 
Aug. 12 956 1,000 reprints of Extension from Congressional Record re S. 30 control of organized 

crime, July 29, 1970 5774 

15 1645 4 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to Honolulu Hawaii and 

icjc r return Aug. 13-16, 1970 140.00 

1646 Frances F. Christy: 

5 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to New York N Y and 
Hawaii, and return, Aug. 13-17, 1970 175 no 

1647 Bess E. Dick: 

5 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to New York N Y and 

Hawaii, and return, Aug. 13-17, 1970 175 00 

1648 Howard Fogt: 

4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington 
D.C., to Los Angeles, Calif.; Las Vegas, Nev.; and Chicago, III., and return Aug' 
19-22,1970 ' ' 149 80 

1649 Kenneth R. Harkins: 

4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington 
D.C., to Los Angeles, Calif; Las Vegas, Nev.; and Chicago, III. and return' 
Aug. 19-22, 1970. 207 22 

1650 Thomas W. Hutton: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington 
D.C., to Los Angeles, Calif.; Las Vegas, Nev.; and Chicago, III., and return' 
Aug. 19-21, 1970 108 70 

1651 Benjamin L. Zelenko: 

6 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington 

D.C., to Ottawa, Canada, and return, Aug. 28-Sept. 2 1970 235 00 

18 1709 Minority Room: 

Reproduction work, July 31, 1970 68 75 

1710 TeleSec Temporary Personnel, Inc.: 

o * „, ,. Temporary clerical assistance, Aug. 6-7, 10-14, and 17-21, 1970 506 26 

Sept. 21 1748 Library of Congress: 

For terminal installed, July 1-31, 1970 422 00 

22 1796 Ernest Reimer: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Sacramento, Calif., to Washington, D.C., 

round trip, July 29-30, 1970 350 20 

28 1852 Charles E. Wiggins, M.C.: 

2 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to Honolulu, Hawaii and 

return, Aug. 14-15, 1970 70 00 

Oct. 7 2246 Library of Congress: 

For terminal installed, Aug. 1-31, 1970 416 00 

2248 Penn Central Transportation Co. Debtor: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Aug. 3-Sept. 2, 1970 ... 86 60 

2252 Minority Room: 

Reproduction work, August 1970 23 40 

12 2299 TeleSec Temporary Personnel, Inc.: 

Temporary clerical help, Sept. 10-11, 14, and 18, 1970 252 01 

13 2387 United Air Lines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Aug. 28-Sept. 2, 1970 122 00 

2389 Wall Street Journal: 

1 year renewal, Oct. 27, 1970-71 30 00 

2396 Western Union: 

Official telegram service, Aug. 28, 1970 .. 6 06 

Xerox Corp.: 

Reproduction work— 

2411 August 1970 175 no 

2412 Julyl970._ ~ {7500 

2422 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July 1970 76 50 

15 2485 American Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Aug. 19-22, 1970 900 00 

2503 TeleSec Temporary Personnel, Inc.: 

Temporary clerical assistance, Sept. 21-25, 1970. 168 75 

Nov. 17 3195 Library of Congress: 

For terminal installed, Sept. 30, 1970 482 00 

3196 Minority Room: 

Reproduction work, September 1970 43. 55 



330 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY— Continued 
1970 
Nov. 17 3197 TeleSec Temporary Personnel, Inc.: 

Temporary clerical assistance. Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 1970 $168.75 

20 3236 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, August 1970 129.50 

3273 Western Union: 

Official telegram service, September 1970 - 28.14 

Dec. 2 3489 Xerox Corp.: 

Reproduction work, Oct. 7, 1970 265.38 

3500 Library of Congress: 

For terminal installed, October 1970 428.00 

3508 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, September 1970 36.30 

8 3571 Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.: 

1-year renewal of United States Law Week, November 1970 148.00 

3572 Minority Room: 

Reproduction work, Oct. 1,1970 - 2.35 

Salaries for 6 months... _. 129,675.92 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 136,504.88 

COMMITTEE ON MERCHANT MARINE AND FISHERIES 

July 9 173 Frank M.Clark, M.C.: 

6 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., 

to Seattle, Wash., and return, June 16-21, 1970. 215.00 

175 Western Union: 

Messenger service, June 15, 1970 --- 6.60 

15 256 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Feb. 21-May 29, 1970 240.31 

16 281 WilletteCarr: 

3 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to Seattle, Wash., and re- 
turn, June 16-18, 1970 105.00 

282 Hastings Keith, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expens s, 2 round trips, Washington, D.C., to Boston, 

Mass., June 11-14, 1970.. -— 172.20 

29 557 Western Union: 

Official telegram service, June 1970 11-70 

31 660 Xerox Corp.: 

914 copier units, Apr. 30-June 2, 1970 — . 259.40 

676 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1-30, 1970... 157.05 

Aug. 4 803 Western Union: 

Messenger service, June 1970.. 4.15 

21 1131 Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting, June 11-18, 1970 472.50 

26 1288 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: , 

Official travel for Members and sta'f, June 16-19, 1970 1,110.90 

27 1336 Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting, Apr. 30, 1970 318. 6U 

Sept. 23 1821 Xerox Corp.: 

914 copier units, June 2-30, 1970 249.90 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 3, 323. 31 

July 9 174 District Delivery Service: 

Newspaper delivery, July-September 1970 11.05 

Aug. 4 818 Anne Arundel Times: nn 

1 year subscription, July 1970-71 - -- 4.00 

10 891 Frank M.Clark, M.C.: 

3 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to Capa Charles, Va., and 

return, July 24-26, 1970 105.00 

19 1059 Ernest J. Corrado: 

3 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to Cape Charles, va., and 
return, July 24-26, 1970 ---- 105.00 

1 dav ner diem incurred on travel, from Norfolk, Va., to Washington, D.C., July 24, 1970. 35. 00 

27 1317 Journal of Commerce: ,„,„,, , ™ 

Renewal of 2 subscriptions for 1 year, September 1970-71 72. UU 

Sept. 2 1529 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Mar. 9-July 31, 1970 211.92 

For expenses in connection with investigational work of committee, July 24, 1970 187.00 

23 1812 Western Union: 

Official telegrams and messenger service, July 1970 tub. 18 

Oct. 7 2222 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Apr. 5-Aug. 29, 1970 - 201.45 

2242 District Delivery Service: 

Newspaper delivery service, October-December 1970 dS. uu 

2255 Majority Room: _ ,__„ c .. 

Elliott stencils cut and inked, and envelopes addressed, July 15-Aug. 7, 1970 5.30 



331 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No - SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

lg70 COMMITTEE ON MERCHANT MARINE AND FISHERIES— Continued 

Oct. 12 2300 Frank M.Clark, M.C.: 

3 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to New York City New 

Orleans, La., and return, Sept. 24-27, 1970 tins fin 

2301 Robert J. McElroy: " " Mub.UU 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington D C to New York 

Sept. 24-25, 1970 ' fi8 en 

2302 Ernest J. Corrado: b8 - b0 

3 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to New York Citv New 

n 9.Q7 ui , 0r !f an s. La., and return, Sept. 25-27, 1970_..._ ........ 105.00 

13 2397 Western Union: 

Official telegrams and messenger service, August 1970 •?? 77 
2413 Xerox Corp.: 

1828 copier units, June 30-Aug. 31, 1970 ccn rr 

14 2459 Edward A. Garmatz, M.C.: 660 - 68 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington D C to New York 

Sept. 30-Oct. 1, 1970 cq nn 

15 2504 Metropolitan Delivery Services: 

Delivery service, September 1970 ? 7 c 
28 2745 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Aug. 4-Sept. 30, 1970 ??c or 

2769 Xerox Corp.: ^o.ao 

Mn„ 9 oq C , m ■ ^"iP" 16111 Placement and basic use charge on Xerox 2400, Sept. 23-Nov. 30, 1970 141 64 
Nov. 2 2953 Majority Room: 

Envelopes addressed, Sept. 24, 1970 q nn 

2956 Western Union: J>uu 

Official messenger service, September 1970 17 t> 

5 3000 Robert J. Abies: '• ' 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel from Washington 

D.C., to Houston, Tex., and return, Oct. 18-20, 1970 124 00 

3001 Journal of Maritime Law & Commerce: 

, nnn ... Subscription renewal for volume 2, Nos. 1 through 4, October 1970-July 1971 20 00 

3002 Minority Room: 

Elliott plates cut, Mar. 17, 1970.. ? 7n 

Xerox Corp.: c ' /u 

20 3239 914 copier units, Aug. 31-Sept. 24, 1970 195 gc 

3240 2400 copying meter usage, Sept. 23-30, 1970 7/ rr 

Dec. 1 3466 Robert J. Abies: -° 8 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington D C to New 

York, N.Y., Nov. 12, 1970 '' nn in 

10 3684 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Sept. 28-Oct. 29, 1970 997 94 
3692 Western Union: 

Official messenger service, October 1970 r> nc. 

11 3732 Sun Papers: J - us 

2 yearly subscription renewals for all 3 issues, Dec. 4, 1970-71 146 00 

Salaries for 6 months 64 04303 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 67,469. 13 

COMMITTEE ON POST OFFICE AND CIVIL SERVICE 

July 8 108 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, May 1970. ?ok 95 

115 Majority Room: "°- di 

Printing services, Oct. 8, 1969 c nn 

131 Western Union: b,uu 

Official telegram charges, April-May 1970 n i« 

9 176 George B.Gould: liAS 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip from 

Washington, D.C., to Charlottesville, Va., June 26-27, 1970 97 ri 

177 Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.: 

Subscription, Aug. 1, 1970-71 17c n n 

16 283 Bun B. Bray, Jr.: " — " 175 - 00 

7 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip from 

a 19 nn r- , Washington, D.C., to Oklahoma City, Okla., June21-27, 1970. . 254 30 

Aug. 12 957 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: ^j^.ou 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 1970 ^2Q 7n 

26 1282 Chesapeake* Potomac Telephone Co.: a«./u 

Official telephone service, June 1970 184 60 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations _ j 295 85 

July 7 83 Evening and Sunday Bulletin: 

Subscription, July 1-Dec. 31, 1970. ,n qn 

84 Philadelphia Inquirer: ^-^ 

Subscription, July 1-Dec. 31, 1970 , n =n 

Aug. 19 1061 District Delivery Service: ^°- b0 

9r i™ n S^JPli " »o N ew York Times, July 1-Sept. 30, 1970 18 rr 

25 1254 Dr. Victor B. Cline: 0-o:) 
Witness transportation from Salt Lake City, Utah, to Washington, D.C., round trip 

Aug. iu-11, 19/u ' 289.00 

53^76 O — 71 22 



332 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON POST OFFICE AND CIVIL SERVICE— Continued 
1970 
Sept. 15 1652 George B. Gould: 

12 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to New York, N.Y.; Boston, Mass.; Cleveland, Ohio; Chicago, III.; 
Los Angeles, Calif.; Albuquerque, N. Mex.; Dallas, and Wichita Falls, Tex.; Memphis, 

Tenn.; and Birmingham, Ala., Aug. 17-28, 1970 $549.29 

1653 Morton A. Meyer: 

12 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to New York, N.Y.; Boston, Mass.; Cleveland, Ohio; Chicago, III.; 
San Francisco, and Los Angeles, Calif.; Dallas, and Wichita Falls, Tex.; Memphis, 

Tenn.; and Birmingham, Ala., Aug. 17-28, 1970 525. 14 

Oct. 7 2180 Business Equipment Center, Ltd.: 

Purchase of Panasonic recorder with case, 5 tapes, and 1 fast erase, August 1970 65. 13 

2223 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July 1970 374. 15 

2249 Majority Room : 

P'rinting services rendered, July-September 1970 9.00 

13 2398 Western Union: 

Official telegram charges, July-August 1970 66.92 

Victor C. Smiroldo: 
15 2529 2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Buffalo, and New York City, N.Y., Sept. 25-26, 1970 99. 26 

2530 11 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Wichita Falls, El Paso, and Dallas, Tex., Sept. 28-Oct. 8, 1970. . 425. 50 

Albert G. Briggs: 

21 2607 Payment for contractual services performed, September-October 1970 2,731.00 

2608 12 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Wichita Falls, El Paso, and Dallas, Tex., Sept. 28-Oct. 9, 1970_ . 436. 30 

28 2746 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, August 1970.. 349. 00 

2748 District Delivery Service: 

Subscription to New York Times, Oct. 1-Dec. 31, 1970.. _ 35.00 

2752 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, August 1970 1,178.72 

Nov. 5 3003 Francis C. Fortune: 

Reimbursement f'r official travel expenses, r^und trip, Was L ington, D.C.to Rochester, 

Batavia, Buffalo, and Jamestown, N.Y., Oct. 16-25, 1970 476.60 

Thomas R. Kennedy: 
25 3316 Reimbursement for purchase of 9 copies of "The Report of the Commission on Ob- 
scenity and Pornography," for official use, Nov. 4, 1970 14.85 

3317 2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 22-23. 1970 78.00 

Dec. 1 3467 Bun Benton Bray, Jr.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Denver, 
Colo., Nov. 5-13, 1970 515.00 

3468 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, September 1970... _ 873. 50 

3469 Penn Central Transportation Co.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, October 1970 28.00 

Western Union: 

Official telegram charges— 

2 3490 September 1970 47.29 

3491 October 1970 _ 43.45 

3509 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, September 1970 218.70 

10 3640 Hertz System Inc.: 

Car rental for staff members on official committee business, September-October 1970. 176. 49 

17 3828 Merle M. Stoner: 

6 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to Fort Lee, and Fort 

Eustis, Va„ Dec. 6-11, 1970 210.00 

3829 Edward T. Hugler: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Silver Spring, Md.,to Fort Lee, 

and Fort Eustis, Va., Dec. 6-11, 1970 269.67 

Salaries for 6 months 206,406.04 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations _ 216,550.85 

COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS 

Aug. 25 1256 3M Business Products Center: 

Final billing collator, Apr. 10, 1969 107.92 

Total paid from 1969 appropriations 107.92 

John P. O'Hara: 
July 1 6 14 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 3 round trips, from 

Washington, D.C., to Pittsburgh, Pa., May 11-15, 18-22, and 25-28, 1970 518.85 

7 6 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Pittsburgh, Pa., June 21-26, 1970 222.00 

Stuart M. Harrison: 

8 9 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 2 round trips, from 

Washington, D.C., to Pittsburgh, Pa., May 18-22, and 25-28, 1970 328.00 



333 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS— Continued 

1970 Stuart M. Harrison: 

July 1 9 6 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Pittsburgh, Pa., June21~26, 1970 $217.20 

7 85 Allegheny Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, May 4-8, 1970 144.00 

86 Salvatore J. D'Amico: 

10 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 2 round trips, from 
Washington, D.C., to Albany, Mohawk Valley environs, and Oriskany, N.Y., June 1- 
5, and 8-12, 1970.... 386.15 

87 Lester Edelman: 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Philadelphia, Pa., May 6-7, 1970 76.40 

88 Clifton W. Enfield: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to San Antonio, Tex., May 31-June 2, 1970 117.00 

89 Engineering News Record: 

For services rendered to the committee, April 1970 8.00 

90 George M. Kopecky: 

5 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington D.C., to Houston, Tex., May 18-22, 1970 _ 187. 00 

91 Walter R.May: 

5 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Houston, Tex., May 18-22, 1970 187.60 

92 ShermanS. Willse: 

12 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Cobleskill, and Albany, N.Y., June 1-12, 1970 442.00 

93 Paul R.S.Yates: 

5 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to Greenville, S.C., and 
Charleston, W. Va., June 15-19, 1970 175.00 

8 114 Penn Central Transportation Co. : 

Official travel for Members and staff, April 1970 _ 26.00 

116 Majority Room: 

For printing services rendered, April 1970 25.20 

Western Union: 

Official telegram service — 

132 October 1969 66.50 

133 November 1969. 12.31 

134 December 1969 87.36 

135 April 1970 10.29 

140 Mark Weiss Camera Center: 

Photo finishing, Apr. 2-16, 1970 25.04 

Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, Mar. 19-31, 1970 219.74 

Hertz System, Inc.: 

Car rentals for official business, Apr. 21-24, 1970 61.48 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Mar. 31-Apr. 28, 1970 116.53 

Official travel for Members and staff — 

141 Eastern Airlines. Inc.. Apr. 10. 1970 .- 220.00 

Delta Air Lines, Inc.. Apr. 16. 1970 212.00 

United Air Lines, Inc.. Feb. 12, 1970 - - 112.00 

9 144 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, May 1970 - 265.92 

Mark Weiss Camera Center: 

Photo finishing. May 8-14, 1970 --- 6.12 

149 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Apr. 28-May 27, 1970 — 45.00 

Hertz System. Inc.: 

Car rentals, May 4-8, and 18-22, 1970 - 182.56 

Avis: 

Car rentals, Apr. 15-17, and May 11-15. 1970 - — 94.53 

178 George M. Kopecky: 

Reimbursement for official local travel expenses, May 14-June 19, 1970 18.55 

15 235 Hertz System. Inc.: „„ „ 

Car rentals for February 1970 - - 229.88 

3M Business Products Center: 

Rental of copy collator and automatic feed attachment— 

245 April 1970 17.50 

246 May 1970 - - - - 17. 50 

247 April 1970 12.00 

248 May 1970... 12-00 

249 March 1970 - - - 17.50 

250 January 1970 12.00 

251 Februaryl970 17.50 

252 Feb 28-Mar. 31, 1970 ._ - - — 12.00 

253 December 1969 12-00 

254 November 1969 12.00 



334 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS— Continued 

1970 Official travel for Members and staff- 
July 16 260 Allegheny Airlines, May 28, and June 12, 1970 $216.00 

Delta Air Lines, Inc., May 15, 1970 408.00 

Northwest Airlines, Inc., May 7, and 25, 1970 156.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service — 

29 549 July 1969 - 37.68 

550 August 1969 - 37.65 

551 September 1969 - 11.75 

552 Octoberl969 _- 149.25 

553 November 1969 — ... 60.20 

554 December 1969 57.95 

Aug. 21 1210 Walter R. May: 

Reimbursement for official local travel expenses, June 2-26, 1970. _. 7.50 

3M Business Products Center: 

Rental of copy collator and automatic feed attachment— 

25 1257 Oct. 14, 1969-Jan. 31, 1970 61.25 

1258 June 1970 17.50 

1259 June 1970 12.00 

26 1289 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 1970.. 73.00 

1292 M jority Room: 

For printing services rendered, June 1970 - 7.50 

1301 United Air Lines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, May 18-22,1970 104.00 

27 1354 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1970 56.95 

Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, June 1970 377.79 

Avis: 

Car rental, May 22, 28 and June 5, 1970 211.26 

Hertz System, Inc.: 

Car rental, June 12, and 19, 1970 302.20 

Sept. 21 1750 Augusta Peterson: 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Charleston, S.C., June 29-30, 1970 99.50 

Official travel for Members and staff — 

Oct. 19 2578 Braniff Airways, Inc., June 1970 216.00 

2579 United Air Lines, Inc., June 21-26, 1970 104.00 

Dec. 2 3510 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service- 
January 1970 51.55 

February 1970 87.41 

March 1970 142.20 

April 1970 138.00 

May 1970 138.45 

June 1970 46.20 

Net refunds and adjustments _ (13.00) 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 8,563.95 



July 8 111 District Delivery Service: 

For services rendered to the committee, July 1970 40. 10 

Aug. 21 1206 Clifton W. Enfield: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Asheville, N.C., July 26-29, 1970 223.20 

George M. Kopecky: 

1207 Reimbursement for official local travel expenses, July 2-30, 1970 8. 25 

1208 4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Charleston, to Huntington, W. Va„ July 7-10. 1970 149.30 

1209 5 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Huntington, W. Va., July 20-24, 1970 192.65 

Walter R. May: 

1211 4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Charleston, and Huntington, W. Va., July 7-10, 1970 147.00 

1212 5 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Huntington, W. Va., July 20-24, 1970 184.00 

1213 Sherman S. Willse: 

12 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Albany, Cobleskill, and llion, N.Y., July 6-17, 1970 434.30 

25 1255 Commerce Clearing House, Inc.: 

For services rendered to the committee, July 1970 -- 80. 00 

1260 Water Information Center, Inc.: 

Water encyclopedia, July 1970 _ 21.50 

26 1272 Allegheny Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, July 6-17, 1970 196.00 

Sept. 21 1751 Augusta Peterson: 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Charleston, S.C., July 1-2, 1970 74.50 

Official travel for Members and staff — 

Oct. 19 2576 Eastern Airlines, Inc., August 1970 206.00 

2577 National Airlines, Inc., July 1970 93.60 



335 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date N °- SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES 



Amount 



COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS— Continued 

Oct. 19 2580 Western Union: 

Official telegram service, July 1970 t 9 » 

2581 Office Supply Service: " * 8 - b8 

Miscellaneous stationery items, Aug. 19-31, and Sept. 3-16 1970 fin? 57 

2582 Congressional Quarterly Service: 

Subscription renewal for 1971 i<4 «n 

2583 Center for Political Research: -UU 

1 copy of National Journal, June 6, 1970 e nn 

2584 WalterR. May: " " " 6 - 00 

5 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel round trip from 
o CO <: ^ Washington, D.C., to Huntington, W. Va., Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 1970 184 00 

2585 George M Kopecky: 

5 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip from 
„„ , Washington, D.C., to Huntington, W. Va., Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 1970.. i«e 50 

2586 James J. Howard, M.C.: °' 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip from 

on -><;qi rwr N ewark - N -^ to New O^ans, La., and Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 16-19, 1970 .'.... 79 00 

20 2591 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, July 1970 9« « 

Official Airline Guide: ~ £ 8 - JS 

Renewal of subscription, September 1970-71 . 4c nn 

Hertz System, Inc.: 4a - uu 

Start car rental, Aug. 19, 1970 . inq o, 

Avis: 1U3.3J 

Staff car rental, July 1970 on ok 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service- 
July 1970 fi q n7 

2592 August 1970 in^«i 

Office Supply Service: 8 

Miscellaneous stationery items, August 1970 iqq or 

Official Airline Guide: lbs - bB 

Renewal of subscription, December 1970 ?0 nn 

Avis: 

Staff car rental. August 1970 ici m. 

27 2714 William H. Harsha, M.C: 16L IU 

1 day per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., toSeattle, Wash., Anchorage 
Alaska, Chicago, III., and return, Aug. 24, 1970 3s nn 

George M. Kopecky: " J0-UU 

971c Reimbursement for official local travel expenses, Sept. 4-22, 1970.. 8 50 

2716 5 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip from 

«,-. ,., ,. Washington, D.C., to HuntsviHe, Ala., Oct. 12-16, 1970 186 50 

2717 Walter R. May: 

5 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip from 
■>„ ,„„ „■ . • Washington, D.C., to HuntsviHe, Ala., Oct. 12-16, 1970.... 184 00 

28 2749 District Delivery Service: """ »«"■«» 

»n ,>„„,. „.. £ or services rendered to the committee, October 1970 35 20 

30 2826 3M Business Products Center: 

Nn, ■> m« r . Ren * al ,? f copy collator and automatic feed, July 1-Sept. 30, 1970 88 50 

Mov. 2 2936 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

, „ Official travel for Members and staff . ?oo nn 

4 2968 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: " 

Official telephone service, September 1970 l?7 is 

Drake Law Review: 

1 book, Vol. 19, No. 1, Oct. 16, 1970 ? nn 

Dennis & Co., Inc.: 

n ,»„ r 1 copy of Illinois Law Forum, Winter 1966, Oct. 9, 1970 3 75 

9 3085 Ray Roberts, M.C. : 

5 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to Seattle Wash Anchor- 

, no . _. . age Alaska, Chicago, III., and return, Aug. 20-30, 1970 175.00 

3086 Richard J.Sullivan: 

Reimbursement for taxi expenses incurred on official travel from Washington D C to 

n . n ,*«, , Pittsburgh, Pa., and return, Oct. 28, 1970 7 70 

Dec. 10 3641 Lester Edelman: "" " u 

6 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip from 

,00 «•« Washington, D.C., to Houston, Tex., Nov. 7-12, 1970 225.45 

ob42 Clifton W. Enfield: 

6 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip from 
,.., ,, J Washington, D.C., to Houston, Tex., Nov. 7-12, 1970 ... 220 80 

3643 Lloyd A. Rivard: 

6 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to Houston, Tex and re- 
turn, Nov. 7-12, 1970 ?in nn 

17 3815 Audrey Warren: ' ;lU - UU 
6 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to Houston, Tex and re- 
turn, Nov. 7-12, 1970 . 210 00 

Salaries for 6 months.. """ 275 65066 

Net refunds and adjustments... .----.""!!. ..!!"!!!"!" " (32.00) 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 281,954.38 



336 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES 



Amount 



1970 
July 23 



Oct. 13 
Nov. 5 



Dec. 2 3511 



July 16 



COMMITTEE ON RULES 

487 Seaks Secretarial Services: 

Temporary clerical assistance, May 1970 $39.00 

677 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1970 _ 6.85 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 45.85 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 

2423 July-August 1970 _ 5.30 

3006 September 1970... _ _ _ 11.00 

3009 Majority Room: 

Reproduction work, Oct. 7 and 15, 1970 51.25 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, October 1970 _ _ 9.30 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 76.85 

COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND ASTRONAUTICS 

284 Delta Air Lines: 
Official travel for Members and staff, June 15, 1970 224.00 

285 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 
Official travel for Members and staff, June 12, 1970_ 256.00 

286 Gen. James M. Gavin: 
Travel expenses and witness fees, from Boston, Mass., to Washington, D.C., round 

trip, June 3, 1970 111.30 

287 William G.Wells, Jr.: 

1 day per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, 
D.C., to Boston, Mass., and return, June 19-20, 1970 43.00 

589 McGraw Hill Publications Co.: 

3-year subscription to Aviation Week, June 30, 1970 30. 00 

District Delivery Service: 

New York Times, June 30, 1970 _ 21.50 

Western Union: 

Official telegram service, May 1970 2.90 

Xerox Corp.: 

Rental for April 1970 171.22 

Rental for May 1970 _ 300.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, May 1970... 105.78 

Robert Price, M.C.: 

2 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to Denver, Colo., and Los 
Angeles, Calif., and return, Feb. 4-5, 1970 70.00 

2 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to Cape Kennedy, Fla., and 

return, Apr. 9-10, 1970 _ 70.00 

Capitol Reporting Service, Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting and transcribing 880.00 

American Airlines: 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 23, 1970 224.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1970 261.80 

Xerox Corp.: 

Rental for June 1970. 300.00 

Western Union: 

Official telegram service, June 1970 2.90 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 3,074.40 

July 23 448 A. Hunter Dupree: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Providence, R.I., to Washington, D.C., round 

trip. July 7, 1970 _. 91.00 

449 Don K. Price: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Boston, Mass., to Washington, D.C., and return, 

July 7, 1970 _ 108.78 

Aug. 25 1261 Bowen C. Dees: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Philadelphia, Pa., to Washington, D.C., round 
trip. July 28. 1970 46.00 

26 1290 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, July 10, 1970.... 82. 00 

27 1318 Raymond Bowers: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Ithaca, N.Y., to Washington, D.C., and return, 
Aug. 12. 1970 87.16 

1319 Edward U. Condon: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Boulder, Colo., to Washington, D.C., and 
return, Aug. 13.1970 232.20 

1320 Donald F. Hornig: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Providence, R.I., to Washington, D.C., and 
return, Aug. 5, 1970 — 116.72 





31 


645 






646 


Aug. 


21 


1162 


Sept. 


22 


1799 


Oct. 


2 


2092 



337 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND ASTRONAUTICS— Continued 
1970 
Aug. 27 1321 James R. Killian, Jr.: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Boston, Mass., to Washington, D.C., and 
return, Aug. 11, 1970. $117.40 

1322 National Academy of Public Administration: 

Payment in full under co tract approved by committee July 10, 1970, Aug. 10, 1970.. 2, 500. 00 

1323 K. Guild Nichols, Jr.: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Washington, D.C., to Albany, N.Y., and 
return, July 30-31, 1970 40.10 

1324 Oswald F.Schuette: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Columbia, S.C., to Washington, D.C., round 
trip, Aug. 12, 1970 101.00 

1325 Harrison Shull: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Indianapolis, Ind., to Washington, D.C., 
round trip, Aug. 5, 1970 106.25 

1326 Jerome B. Wiesner: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Boston, Mass., to Washington, D.C., and 

return, Aug. 11, 1970 - 122.00 

Sept. 15 1654 Eastern Airlines Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Aug. 14 and 28, 1970... 146.00 

22 1798 American Airlines: 

Official travel for Members and staff, July 27, 1970 110. 00 

Oct. 5 2131 J.E.Wilson: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, 
D.C., to San Francisco, Calif., and return, Sept. 8-11, 1970 158. 54 

14 2462 William G. Wells, Jr.: 

Taxi fares incurred on official business, Sept. 20-28, 1970 19.00 

15 2527 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July-August 1970 244. 65 

Western Union: 

Official wire service, July-August 1970 8.65 

District Delivery Service: 

Delivery of New York Times, October-December 1970 21. 50 

Science Magazine: 

Two 1-year subscriptions 24.00 

Majority Room: 

Printing services, July 31, 1970 83.00 

Minority Room: 

Printing services, Sept. 2, 1970 — 31.27 

22 2636 Philip B. Yeager: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Hart- 
ford, Conn., Oct. 8-9, 1970 -.-. 155.00 

Nov. 6 3033 American Chemical Society: 

12 reprints 6.00 

Majority Room: 

Printing, Sept. 30, 1970 131.00 

Western Union: 

Telegram charges, September 1970 209. 64 

9 3087 George J. Feldman, Jr.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, Melbourne, Fla., to Washington, D.C., 

Aug. 9-11,1970 46.40 

Salaries for 6 months - - 142,213.50 

Total paidfrom 1971 appropriations 147,358.76 

COMMITTEE ON STANDARDS OF OFFICIAL CONDUCT 

Aug. 4 814 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1970 9-40 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations. — 9-40 

5 832 Congressional Quarterly, Inc.: 

1 set of Congressional Quarterly binders, July 17, 1970 15.00 

833 Wall Street Journal: 

Subscription, July 6, 1970-71 30.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service- 
Sept. 22 1790 July 1970 - 6.70 

Oct. 7 2224 August 1970 -60 

Nov. 5 3005 St. Louis Post-Dispatch: „ „ 

1 year subscription, Nov. 4, 1970-71 42.20 

Dec. 1 3472 St. Louis Globe-Democrat: 

1 year subscription, Nov. 15, 1970-71. 36.00 

2 3512 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, October 1970 12. 10 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 142.60 



338 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON VETERANS' AFFAIRS 

Net refunds and adjustments ($25.00) 

Total paid from 1969 appropriations (25.00) 

1970 = 

July 9 147 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, May 1970 58.35 

Avis: 

Auto rentals, May 5-7, and 22-23, 1970 70.39 

Roland J. Bernard, Associates: 

Rental of Mach-10, June 15-July 15, 1970 150.00 

Majority Room: 

Envelopes addressed, May 20, 1970. : 3.00 

179 William H. Ayres, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Honolulu, 
Hawaii, June 25-29, 1970 859.96 

180 Walter H.Bodnar: 

Services to contract, June 1-30, 1970 _. 415.00 

181 John R. Holden: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Miami, 
Fla., June 15-18, 1970.. 285.30 

182 JohnH. Orr: 

Services to contract, June 1-30, 1970. 415.00 

183 Edward R. Roybal, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New 

York, N.Y., June 12, 1970... 87.56 

Olin E. Teague, M.C.: 

184 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C.to Honolulu, 

Hawaii, June 25-29, 1970 874.96 

185 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Dallas, 

Tex., June 19-21, 1970 244.50 

16 290 Marvin T. Reed: 

Services to contract, June 1-30, 1970 41 5. 00 

31 626 Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting, Apr. 21, 1970.. 163.40 

Aug. 17 982 Avis: 

Auto rentals, May 17-20 and June 10-11, 1970... 81.57 

Western Union: 

Cable and telegram services, June 1970 37.45 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 30, 1970 _ ._. 31.45 

21 1132 Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting, June 12, 1970 _ 189.60 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 4, 382.49 

July 23 488 Walter H. Bodnar: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Lexing- 
ton, Ky., July 6-8, 1970 199.00 

489 Philip E. Howard: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, Washington, D.C., to Boston, Mass., 
July 10-14, 1970 80.00 

490 John H. Orr: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Lexing- 
ton, Ky., July 6-8, 1970 _ _. 202.00 

491 Marvin T. Reed: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Chicago, 

ML, July 6-8, 1970 241.00 

Aug. 10 892 Walter H. Bodnar: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Boston, 
Mass., July 20-22, 1970 218.50 

893 John J. Duncan, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Knoxville, 
Tenn., July 17-19, 1970 _ 219.72 

894 Oliver E. Meadows: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Dallas, 
and Waco, Tex., July 17-19, 1970 276.00 

17 983 Avis: 

For auto rental, July 17-19, 1970 _ 50.88 

Roland J. Bernard, Associates: 

Rental of Dura Mach-10, July 15-Aug. 15, 1970. 150.00 

18 1033 Billy E. Kirby: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Los 

Angeles, Calif., and Dallas and Waco, Tex., July 28-Aug. 3, 1970 590. 80 

John H. Orr: 
1034 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Northport, 

N.Y., Aug. 3-6, 1970___ 140.00 

19 1063 Services to contract, July 1-31, 1970 415.00 

1064 Marvin T. Reed: 

Services to contract, July 1-31, 1970 __ 415.00 

Walter H. Bodnar: 
1216 Services to contract, July 1-31, 1970 415.00 



339 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON VETERANS' AFFAIRS— Continued 

1970 W- Iter H Bodnar: 

Aug. 19 1217 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Northport, 

N.Y., Aug. 3-6, 1970 ____ $225.24 

1218 JohnR. Holden: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Los 

Angeles, Calif., July 28-31, 1970... 515.00 

Walter H. Bodnar: 

27 1327 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Oxon 

Hill, Md., July 29, 1970.... 5.16 

Sept. 18 1713 Services to contract, Aug. 1-31, 1970 _ 415.00 

1714 JohnH.Orr: 

Services to contract, Aug. 1-31, 1970. ._ 415.00 

1715 Marvin T. Reed: 

Services to contract, Aug. 1-31, 1970 415.00 

Walter H. Bodnar: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to— 
21 1573 Minneapolis, Minn., Aug. 12-13, 1970.. 252.25 

1754 Chicago, HI., Aug. 31-Sept. 7, 1970 264.50 

1755 Philip E. Howard: 

ReimburSTient for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Miami, Fla., 
Aug. 17-19, 1970 _ 287.70 

1756 Oliver E. Meadows: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Dallas, 
Fort Worth, and Austin, Tex., Aug. 6-29, 1970 325.72 

1757 JohnH.Orr: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Chi- 
cago, III., Aug. 31-Sept. 3, 1970 267.00 

28 1853 Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Greenwood, S.C., to San Diego, 

Calif., Sept. 5-6, 1970 444.00 

1854 Olin E. Teague, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Miami, 
Fla.; Dallas, Tex.; Phoenix, Ariz.; El Centro, Tustin, and San Francisco, Calif.; 
Portland, Oreg.; Denver, Colo.; Omaha, Nebr.; and Dallas, Tex., Aug 15 Sept. 8, 1970. 502. 60 

Oct. 9 2282 3M: 

Hercules stand for use with 209 copier.. 99.00 

Avis: 

Auto rental, July 6-8, 1970 37.38 

Western Union: 

Telegrams sent during period ending July 1970 79.80 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July-August 1970.. 60. 45 

Majority Room: 

Services rendered, July 7, 31, and Sept. 14, 1970 22.23 

Walter H. Bodnar: 
12 2305 Services to contract, Sept. 1-30, 1970 415.00 

2306 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Little 

Rock, Ark., Sept. 20-23, 1970 306.50 

2307 John R. Holden: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to San 
Francisco, Calif, Sept. 22-25, 1970 520.90 

2308 G. V. (Sonny) Montgomery, MX. : 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Boston, 

Mass., Sept. 25-27, 1970 

John H. Orr: 

2309 Services to contract, Sept. 1-30, 1970 

2310 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to North 

Little Rock, Ark., Sept. 20-23, 1970 

Marvin T. Reed: 

2311 Services rendered to contract, Sept. 1-30, 1970 

14 2465 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, DC, to Miami, 

Fla., and Savannah, Ga., Sept. 14-18, 1970. 

19 2587 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Dallas, 

Tex., Oct. 2-5, 1970 

Walter H. Bodnar: 
Nov. 13 3160 Services rendered under contract, Oct. 1-31, 1970 

3161 Reimbursement lor official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Tampa, 

Fla., Oct. 11-18, 1970 

3162 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to San 

Diego, Calif., Oct. 25 28, 1970 

3163 Oliver E. Meadows: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, DC, to Dallas, 

Ennis, Ft. Worth, and Waxahachie, Tex., Oct. 17-20, 1970 

John H. Orr: 

3164 Services rendered under contract, Oct. 1 -31 , 1970 

3165 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, DC, to Tampa, 

Fla, Oct. 11-14, 1970 

3166 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to San 

Diego, Calif., Oct. 25-28, 1970 

3167 Marvin T. Reed: 

Services rendered under contract, Oct. 1-31, 1970... 

19 3227 Avis: 

Auto rentals, August October 1970 



107.00 


415.00 


309. 80 


415.00 


399. 00 


266.00 


415.00 


335.50 


515.50 


346. 00 


415.00 


303.00 


513.20 


415.00 


282. 00 



340 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON VETERANS' AFFAIRS— Continued 
1970 
Nov. 19 3227 IBM Corp.: 

Transportation charges for Mag-Card, Oct. 13, 1970 $17.95 

Western Union: 

Official telegram service, August-September 1970 112.20 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, September 1970 43.50 

Dec. 1 3473 Oliver E. Meadows: 

Reimbursement for official travel exoenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Dallas, 

and Temple, Tex., Nov. 10-13, 1970.. 311.00 

3474 Ray Roberts, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Salt Lake 

City, Utah, Oct. 13, 1970 186.00 

Oliver E. Meadows: 
8 3573 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to San 

Antonio, Tex., Nov. 19-21,1970. 358.00 

3574 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Mont- 

gomery, Ala., Nov. 17, 1970 177.00 

3575 John H. Orr: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Gaines- 
ville, Fla., Nov. 22-23, 1970 _ 238.50 

10 3645 Walter H. Bodnar: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Gaines- 
ville, Fla., Nov. 22-23, 1970 _ 236.50 

3659 Western Union: 

Official telegram service, October 1970 80.58 

Avis: 

Auto rental, Nov. 10-13, 1970 96.27 

IBM Corp.: 

Selectric typewriter, Oct. 8-31,1970 140.00 

Center for Political Research: 

Subscription to National Journal, Feb. 6, 1971-72 200.00 

Majority Room: 

Robo roll, Oct. 1,1970 _. 5.65 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, October 1970 _ 29. 25 

Services rendered under contract, Nov. 1-30, 1970 — 

11 3734 Walter H. Bodnar - 415.00 

3735 John H. Orr... 415.00 

3736 Marvin T. Reed - 415.00 

Olin E. Teague, M.C.: 

17 3816 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Dallas, 

Tex.; Tucson, Ariz.; Los Angeles and San Diego, Calif.; Houston and San Antonio, 

Tex., Oct. 20-28, 1970.. _ _ 495.00 

3817 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Dallas, 

Tex., and Salt Lake City, Utah, Oct. 8-11, 1970.. 477.00 

Salaries for 6 months 39,775.11 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 59, 164.84 

COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS 

July 8 136 Western Union: 

For telegraph service for the period ending May 1970 54.38 

16 292 Government Printing Office: 

1 copy of The Position of the United States in World Commodity Exports in 1968, June 

30.1970 .50 

23 492 Lawyers Co-Operative Publishing Co.: 

U.S. Digest 1970 SP, June 19, 1970 25.00 

29 555 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, May 1970 63.95 

31 664 Xerox Corp.: 

Service of Xerox Copier 720, May 1970 _ 235.93 

Aug. 4 815 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1970 21.50 

Government Printing Office: 

819 30 copies of Supreme Court Reports, Apr. 29, 1970 9.00 

5 834 2 copies of 1967 edition of Historical and Descriptive Supplement to Economic Indi- 
cators, June 30, 1970 - 1-40 

835 Xerox Corp.: 

For service of Xerox Copier 720, June 1970.. 215.94 

21 1151 Alderson Reporting Co.: 

For stenographic reporting, June 1970. 1,231.65 

27 1329 Gale Research Co.: 

1 book, National Organizations U.S. 6th ed., June 19, 1970 33. 15 

Net refunds and adjustments.. - (1,231.65) 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 660.75 



341 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date N °- SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES 



Amount 



COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS— Continued 

July 16 291 Barron's: 

Subscription renewal for 1 year, June 30, 1970 tut nn 

31 650 Wall Street Journal: """ * 18 ' uu 

Subscription renewal for 1 year, July 15, 1970 •?(! nn 

Aug. 21 1215 John M. Martin, Jr.: J-UU 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C to St Louis 

Mo., Aug. 11, 1970 ' 147 nn 

27 1328 Brookings Institution: 

1 copy of Traders and Diplomats, Aug. 12, 1970 r 07 

Sept. 15 1655 ALI-ABA Joint Committee: 

T 129 Study Outline Tax Reform Act, Sept. 8, 1970 9 48 

1656 John Byrne & Co.: 

Mertens Law of Federal Income Taxation, upkeep service from July 1970-June 1971 
including 2 revised volumes to be shipped as published, Aug 19 1970 240 00 

1657 Harvard Law Review: 

Harvard Law Review, vol. 84, Sept. 8, 1970 12 50 

22 1791 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July 1970 a<; ^n 

23 1813 Western Union: ' DU 

Service for period ended July 1970 7 04 

1822 Xerox Corp.: '■** 

For service of Xerox Copier 720, July 1970 217 74 

Oct. 7 2181 Government Printing Office: 

1 copy of National Drug Code Directory, Sept. 21, 1970 3 75 

2226 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, August 1970 37 10 

12 2312 Michael Massey: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington D C to Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., Sept. 23-24, 1970 " 8100 

13 2390 Wall Street Journal: 

Subscription renewal for 1 year, Nov. 1, 1970-71 30 00 

2414 Xerox Corp.: 

Service of Xerox Copier 720, August 1970 192 37 

22 2644 Brookings Institution: 

1 copy of Doctor Shortage, Oct. 9, 1970. 2 93 

2645 National Study Service: 

1 copy each of Facts About Welfare, Nos. 1-4, 6-7; Facts About Welfare No 2A- and 
public policy paper Dilemmas in Delivery of Services, Oct. 9, 1970 13 00 

Lerner Law Book Co., Inc.: 
Nov. 10 3114 1 copy each of Jurisdiction in a Nutshell, Administrative Law, Cs Legislation Burby 

on Real Property, Cs Law and Poverty, and Torts, Oct. 27, 1970.. ' 73 00 

3115 1 copy each of Tax of Individuals, Federal Taxation Life Insurance, Federal fax 

Liens, Criminal Aspects, Tax Fraud, Proc. Before the IRS, Perkins on Criminal 
Law, Corbin on Contracts, and Federal Income Tax and 1970 supplements, Oct. 27 
1970. 71 jc 

3116 BusinessWeek: 

Subscription renewal for 1 year, Oct. 27, 1970 12 nn 

13 3151 Xerox Corp.: 

For services of Xerox Copier 720, September 1970 225 00 

23 3287 Fortune: 

Subscription for 1 year, Nov. 5, 1970... 16 on 

Prentice-Hall, Inc.: 

3288 Pension Profit Sharing, How to Set Up Successful Profit Sharing Plan November 1970- 

December 1971 151 57 

3289 Code and Regulations and Social Security Reports, January-December 1971 141 00 

3290 Washington Post: 

Subscription renewal for 1 year, November 1970-71 29 40 

Dec. 1 3475 Journal of Commerce: 

Subscription renewal for 1 year, Jan. 8, 1971-72... 42 00 

3476 University of Chicago Press: 

Subscription for 1 year of Social Service Review, Nov. 12, 1970 8 00 

2 3493 Western Union: 

For service to period ended October 1970 6 02 

3513 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. : 

Official telephone service, September 1970. . 70 60 

10 3646 ALI-ABA Joint Committee: 

1 copy each of Federal Taxation of Estates and Gifts and Trust, and Litigation with the 

Federal Government, Nov. 24, 1970 40 92 

3647 District Delivery Service: 

Delivery of daily Baltimore Sun for 1 year, Oct. 12, 1970-71 70 40 

3685 Chesapeake & Potomac Te ephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, October 1970 44. 90 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 2,092.90 



342 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

SELECT COMMITTEE ON CRIME 

1970 LeroyC. Bedell, Jr.: 

July 9 157 4 days and portion of 5th day per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on 

travel, from Washington, D.C.to Philadelphia, Pa., and return, May 18-22, 1970... $161.40 

158 4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, 

D.C.to Philadelphia, Pa., and return, May 25-28, 1970 144.25 

Frederick B. Collison: 

159 4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Linthicum, Md., 

to Philadelphia, Pa., and return, May 13-16, 1970 161.00 

160 9 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 2 round trips, from 

Linthicum, Md., to Philadelphia, Pa., May 18-28, 1970 356.25 

161 James F. Southerland: 

7 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, 

D.C.to New York City, and return, June 24-30, 1970 250. 00 

10 203 Paul L. Perito: 

14 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 3 round trips from 
Washington, D.C., to New York City, June 11-20, 1970, and 1 round trip from New 

York City to Boston, Mass., June 20-23, 1970 636.95 

James F. Southerland: 

204 1 day per diem incurred on travel from Washington, D.C., to Harrisburg and Phila- 

delphia, Pa., and return, June 17, 1970.... 35.00 

205 4 days per diem and miscellan'ous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, 

D.C., to Detroit, Mich.; Hartford, Conn.; and New York City, and return, June 

10-13,1970 153.55 

14 214 Stuart Allen: 

14 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, 
D.C.to New York City, and return, June 16-30, 1970 557.65 

215 Leroy C Bedell, Jr.: 

10 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, 
D.C, to Philadelphia, Pa., and return, June 1-10, 1970 357.05 

216 Frederick B. Collison: 

9 days plus partial per diem incurred on travel, from Linthicum, Md., to Philadelphia, 
Pa., and return, June 1-11, 1970.... 374.25 

217 Deborah Hastings: 

5 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C, 

to New York City, and return, June 8-12, 1970 201.65 

219 Mary G. Poore: 

8 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 2 round trips, from 
Washington, D.C.to New York City, June 1-5 and 8-10,1970 326.40 

221 Arnold G.Shulman: 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C, 
to Morgantown, W. Va., and return, June 18-19, 1970 82.35 

16 267 Weston Adams: 

Portion of per diem claimed and miscellaneous expenses, from Washington, D.C, to 

New York City, and return, May 21, 1970 14.00 

268 Patricia C. Hester: 

16 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, 
D.C.to New York City, and return, June 15-30,1970 586.25 

270 Michael Don Petit: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Morgan- 
town, W. Va„ and return, June 19, 1970 97.18 

271 Paul L. Perito: 

7 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, in New York City, 
June 24-30, 1970 290.25 

17 309 Michael Don Petit: 

7 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C, 
to Red Wing, Minn.; Indianapolis, Ind.; Detroit, Mich.; New York City; and Hartford, 

Conn., and return, June 7-13, 1970 277.12 

Andrew Radding: 

311 6 days plus portion of per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred o travel, from 

Washington, D.C, to Minneapolis, Minn.; Indianapolis, Ind.; Detroit, Mich.; Hartford, 

Conn.; and New York City, and return, June 7-13, 1970... 226.50 

312 Portion of per diem claimed and miscellaneous expenses, from Washington, D.C, to 

Philadelphia, Pa., and return, June 18, 1970 9.40 

314 Jerome R.Waldie, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to New 

York City, June 25-29, 1970 186.00 

20 346 Avanell K. Bass: 

8 days plus portion of per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 3 

round trips, from Washington, D.C, to Philadelphia, Pa., June 18-30, 1970 307. 20 

347 LeroyC. Bedell, Jr.: 

20 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Philadelphia, 
Pa., to New York City; Washington, D.C, and New York City, June 11-30, 1970.... 74.55 

348 Robert V. Denney, M.C: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C.to New York 

City, and return, June 29-30, 1970... 128.80 

350 Roberta S. Gerson: 

20 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, \ l /i round trips from 

Washington, D.C, to New York City, June 10-30, 1970. 752.15 

22 392 Weston Adams: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to New York 
City, June 17-30, 1970 563.84 



343 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date N °- SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

lg70 SELECT COMMITTEE ON CRIME— Continued 

July 23 430 Leroy C. Bedell, Jr.: 

20 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Philadelphia 

„,, r , Pa . to New York City; Washington, D.C.; and New York City, June 11-30, 1970 _ . $723.40 

431 Elsworth D. Dory: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, 3 round trips, Washington, DC, to New 
am dk t Yo rk City, j un e 8-30, 1970 750.80 

433 Robert H. Fleming: 

7 days and portion for 2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 
2 round trips from Washington, D.C., to New York City, and return, June 19 and 

a*a ,, c 23 u^' 1970 — — 320.65 

434 Lake E. High: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Columbia 
S.C., June 11-12, 1970 132 34 

435 Alvin J. Lorman: 

21 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington 

D.C., to New York City, and return, June 10-30, 1970. 868.81 

436 Mary G. Poore: 

16 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington 
D.C., to New York City, June 15-30, 1970.... 580 20 

437 Larry Reida: 

16 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to New York City 
June 15-30, 1970 ' 655 20 

475 Deborah Hastings: 

13 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to New York City, and 
return, June 17-29, 1970 499 15 

476 Charles E. Wiggins M.C.: 

4 days per diem incurred on travel, 2 round trips, from Washington D C. to New 

„„ „ York Cifv, and return June 24-27, 1970 140 00 

29 526 Gale Research Co.: " 

Purchase and postage for 3 books: National Organizations of the United States, 
r-,-, ... . Ge °graphical and Executive Index, and New Associations, Apr. 16, 1970 72.94 

527 Western Union: 

Official telegram services, May 1970 23 70 

528 Office Supply Service: • > - - m./u 

Miscellaneous stationery items, May 21 and June 8, 1970 646 48 

529 Xerox Corp.: 

Installation of model 3600 I, plan C, and accessory equipment, May 25-30, 1970 368.15 

531 American Bar Association: 

Purchase of miscellaneous publications, May 4, 1970 20 00 

532 Joseph Hulse, Inc.: 

Plastic laminatin and mounting of 5 committee credentials in cases, Apr 20 May 15 
anH June 15, 1970 10 00 

533 Wall Street Journal: 

Subscription, May 21, 1970-71 30 no 

534 West Publishing Co.: """ " 

Purchase of U.S. Code Annotated, 1969, pocket parts; Internal Revenue Act, 1969 
mc ... Pocket parts; and U.S. Code Annotated, recompiled volumes, June 5, 1970 113.50 

535 Metropolitan Delivery Services: 

Delivery services for the month of May 1970 18 25 

536 IBM: " 

MT Selectric typewriter rental for May-June 1970 514 00 

537 Brentano's: 

Purchase of book entitled Children in Trouble, Apr. 4, 1970 6 95 

538 Xerox Corp.: 

Xerox 2400 meter billing, Feb. 27-Apr. 30, 1970, and cancellation invoice, Apr. 30- 
May 22, 1970.... v 2 42131 

539 Press Intelligence, Inc.: " " c,tci.ai 

Clipping service and reading fee, June 1-30, 1970 82 20 

540 National Council of Juvenile Court Judges: 

Purchase of Juvenile Court Judges Directory, June 25 1970 4 00 

541 National Association of Real Estate Boards: 

c, ,. Ptjrcha se of book: Interpretations of the Code of Fthics, Apr. 17, 1970 4 00 

543 Fidelity Sound Co., Inc.: 

1 recording tape, Apr. 20, 1970 12 00 

Penn Central Transportation Co.: 

Official travel for Members and staff— 
30 577 May 13-14, 1970 ... o 8 nn 

578 May 18-28, 1970 .. « « 

581 Fred B. Collison: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C. to Phila- 
delphia, Pa., June 18-30, 1970 q?q 41 

583 American Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Mar. 13-May 27, 1970 580 00 

584 Eastern Airlines. Inc.- 

[n , „ Official travel for Members and staff, Feb. 4 and 11, Mar. 2, and Apr. 30 1970 216 00 

585 Penn Central Transportation Co.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, May 7-8 and 6-15, 1970 37 nn 

586 Michael Don Petit: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington D C toHarrisbure 
and Philadelphia, Pa., June 17, 1970 30 0? 

587 Penn Central Transportation Co.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Apr. 15-30, 1970... 120.25 



344 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

SELECT COMMITTEE ON CRIME— Continued 
1970 
Aug. 10 895 R. Santiago: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Houston, Tex., to New York City, and return, 

June 25-27, 1970 $448.80 

14 961 Mabel Duran: 

7 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 2 round trips, from 
Washington, D.C., to Philadelphia, Pa., June 21-26 and 29-30, 1970 261.05 

18 1007 Stephen N. Abrams: 

7 days and part of 8th day per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 
from Washington, DC, to Minneapolis, Minn.; Indianapolis, Ind.; Detroit, Mich.; 

Hartford, Conn.; and New York City, and return, June 6-12, 1970 250.50 

1011 Stuart R. Allen: 

I day and portion of 2d day per diem, and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 

from Washington, D.C., to New York City, and return, June 11-12, 1970 81.60 

1015 Joseph M. Cribben: 

II days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 2 round trips, from 
Washington, D.C., to Philadelphia, Pa., June 15-30, 1970 427.45 

1017 Elsworth D. Dory: 

Committee supply purchases for New York hearings, June 24, 1970 29.00 

1021 Claude Pepper, M.C.: 

6 days per diem incurred on travel, 2 round trips, from Washington, D.C., to New York 

City, June 24-29, 1970 210.00 

1023 Paul L. Perito: 

Committee supply purchases for New York hearings, June 23, 1970 95.69 

19 1048 Joseph M. Cribben: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New York 
City; New Haven, Conn.; Springfield, Mass; and New York City, June 10-12, 1970.. 126.60 

1049 Metropolitan Delivery Services: 

Delivery services, June 1970.. _ _ _ 43. 75 

21 1177 Stephen N. Abrams: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New York 

City, June 16-30, 1970 622.72 

1182 Arthur E. Cameron: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, 3 round trips, Washington, D.C., to Phil- 
adelphia, Pa., June 18-30, 1970 386.62 

1189 Andrew Radding: 

6 days and portion of 7th day per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 
from Washington, D.C., to Philadelphia, Pa., and return, June 22-30, 1970.. 249. 20 

25 1233 Avis World Headquarters: 

Rental of autos, June 7-8 and 10, 1970. 86.42 

26 1294 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, May 1970 384.99 

Sept. 3 1546 W. F. U I rich: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Fullerton, Calif., to New York City, 2 round 
trips, June 16 and 26-27, 1970 690.00 

14 1624 Elsworth D. Dory: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, from Washington, D.C., to New York City, 

June 28, 1970 32.40 

1630 Andrew Radding: 

Rental ofcar on official businessin Indianapolis, Ind., June 9-10, 1970 25.11 

15 1638 American Airlines, Inc. : 

Official travel for Members and staff, May 4 and 13, 1970 280.00 

1639 Harmon Weisbart: 

1 day per diem incurred as witness, June 26, 1970 20.00 

17 1704 Hotel Drake: 

Charges incurred during hearings held in New York City, June 25, 1970 100. 00 

18 1705 United Press International, Inc.: 

Reimbursement for pictures taken of the Chairman and Chief Counsel Paul L. Perito 
for the press announcing Mr. Perito's appointment as Chief Counsel to the com- 
mittee, Mar. 5, 1970 '19.00 

21 1740 Carey Transportation, Inc. : 

Rental of 45-passenger coach in New York City to transport Members, staff, and the 

press to an afternoon field hearing in South Bronx, June 27, 1970 95. 00 

1742 General Services Administration: 

Rental of car for staff member on official committee business, Apr. 1-30, 1970 127. 68 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 

22 1776 June 1970 1,246.45 

1794 May 1970 921.10 

Oct. 1 2030 American Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, May 11-22, 1970.... 572.00 

Penn Central Transportation Co.: 

Official travel for Members and staff — 

2031 Apr. 3, 1970 37.00 

2032 May 4, 1970 55.50 

2033 May 15, 1970 _ 74.00 

2034 May 15, 18, and 25, 1970 - 109.00 

' Refunded by Paul L. Perito on Jan. 14, 1971. 



345 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date N °- SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

SELECT COMMITTEE ON CRIME— Continued 

Northwest Airlines, Inc.: 
1970 Official travel for Members and staff— 

2036 June 9, 1970 i>^nn 

2040 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 10, 1970 84 00 

2 2077 Brentano's: "" 

1 copy of publication, American Drug Index, May 25, 1970 _. 8 50 

General Services Administration: 
2078 Rental of car for staff members on official committee business Apr. 1-9 1970 19 39 

Charges for use of Xerox machine by staff, June 1-30, 1970 ... ' " "" 71586 

2080 Stationery and supplies for temporary office in New York City, June 4-23, 1970.. . 21 59 

2081 Rental of car lor staff members on official committee business June 22-30 1970 25 07 
2086 Wall Street Journal: 

Delivery service to temporary committee office in New York City for a period of 3 
months, June 8, 1970 o ^ 

2244 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 15-24 1970 198 00 

13 2357 General Services Administration: 

Correction of GSA error in billing for San Francisco telephone service during hearings 

held, Oct. 15, 1969 40 ic, 

2358 New York Telephone Co.: 

Telephone bill for temporary office of committee in New York City June 4 1970 399 17 

2385 United Air Lines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Mar. 13, 1970 hr nn 

2403 Xerox Corp.: ""• uu 

Xerox charges for month of June 1970. 77n nn 

15 2481 Allegheny Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 10 and 16, 1970 124 00 

2488 Braniff Airways, Inc. : 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 22, 1970 44 00 

Penn Central Transportation Co.: 

Official travel for Members and staff — 

2499 Mar. 12, 1970 ?fi nn 

2500 June 29, 1970 ./-//-V""".iy""//j:V".~.~. 92 50 

American Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff — 

2522 May 28-June 12, 1970 _ 594 00 

2523 June 11-25, 1970 57?' 00 

22 2625 TroyGonsalves: ■ UU 

,„ o-.ro Travel expenses and witness fees, from Miami, Fla., to New York City, June 4-6, 1970 21140 

28 2758 Penn Central: 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 22, 1970 1 nfi sn 

Nov. 10 3106 Brentano's: b U 

1 copy of publication Columbia Lippincott Gazeteer of the World, May 25, 1970 75 00 

Salaries for 6 months 22 33 

Net refunds and adjustments '."."'." "'.'.'.'.'.'.'. (1, 077.48) 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 29,859.86 

July 14 218 Michael Don Petit: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C to Philadel- 

wn M Phia. Pa.. July 1,1970 69 . 08 

220 Margaret M. Schauer: 

1 Jr£ days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington 
D.C, to New York City, and return, July 1-2, 1970 GO 00 

16 269 Patricia C. Hester: 

1 day per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington 
D.C, to New York City, and return, July 1, 1970 . 43 80 

272 Paul L. Perito: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from New York City 

17 ?n B a. • , t0 , Washington, D.C, July 1-3, 1970 12 i.i 

17 308 Alvin J. Lorman: 

Portion of 1 day per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel from 
Washington, D.C, to New York City, and return, July 1, 1970 33 01 

310 MaryG. Poore: "" " 

1 day per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from New York City 

to Washington, D.C, July 1, 1970 40 00 

313 Larry Reida: 

1 day per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from New York City 

to Washington, D.C, July 1, 1970 45 40 

20 345 Weston Adams: 

Portion of 1 day per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel from Wash- 
ington, D.C, to New York City, and return, July 1, 1970 19 G5 

351 Roberta S.Gerson: " 

1 day per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington 
D.C, to New York City, and return, July 1, 1970 37 65 

432 Elsworth D. Dory: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, from New York City to Washington D C 
July 1-1970 ___'_ .......... 54.90 



346 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

SELECT COMMITTEE ON CRIME— Continued 
1970 
July 29 530 District Delivery Service: 

Delivery of New York Times, July 1-Sept. 30, 1970... _ $32.50 

542 Washington Post: 

6-month subscription, daily and Sunday, J uly 9, 1970-Jan 9, 1971 22.50 

30 579 Avanell K. Bass: 

1 day per dien and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Philadelphia, Pa., 

to Washington, D.C., July 1,1970 39.40 

580 Fred B. Collison: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, from Philadelphia, Pa., to Baltimore, Md., 

July 1-2, 1970 83.02 

582 Robert V. Denney, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to 

Minneapolis, Minn., and Indianapolis, Ind., July 8-9, 1970 251.00 

Aug. 17 986 Mabel Duran: 

121/5 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 3 round trips, 

from Washington, DC, to Philadelphia, Pa., July 1-18, 1970.. 460.35 

Stephen N. Abrams: 
18 1008 Portion of 1 day per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from New 

York City to Washington, D.C., July 1, 1970 _ 20.50 

1009 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Minne- 

apolis, Minn.; Indianapolis, Ind.; Detroit, Mich.; and Hartford, Conn., July 5-12, 

1970 345.47 

1010 \\i days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Washington, 

D.C., to New York City, and return, July 14-15, 1970 67.80 

1012 Avanell K. Bass: 

S}4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 2 round trips, from 
Washington, D.C., to Philadelphia, Pa., July 7 18, 1970 355.60 

1013 Beverly Bondy: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Minne- 
apolis, Minn.; Indianapolis, Ind.; Detroit, Mich.; Hartford, Conn.; New York City; 
and Harrisburg, Pa., July 8-13, 1970 210.36 

1014 Marian Canty: 

5+ days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Minneapolis, Minn.; Indianapolis, Ind.; Detroit, Mich.; and 
Hartford, Conn., July 7-11, 1970, and Washington, D.C., to Harrisburg, Pa., July 13, 

1970 186.25 

1016 Joseph M. Cribben: 

12 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 3 round trips, from 
Washington, D.C., to Philadelphia, Pa., July 1-17, 1970 496. 05 

1018 Robert H. Fleming: 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Philadelphia, Pa., July 9-10, 1970 88. 20 

1019 Robertas. Gerson: 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, DC, to New York City, July 23-26, 1970 85. 10 

1020 Alvin J. Lorman: 

Portion of 1 day per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, from Wash- 
ington, D.C., to New York City, and return, July 7, 1970 44.80 

1022 Claude Pepper, M.C.: 

5 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, DC, to Minneapolis, Minn.; 
Indianapolis, Ind.; Detroit, Mich.; and Hartford, Conn.; and return, July 8-11, 1970, 

and from Washington, D.C., to Harrisburg, Pa., and return, July 13, 1970 175.00 

Paul L. Perito: 

1024 4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, DC, to Philadelphia, Pa.; Hartford, Conn.; and Boston, Mass., July 

9-12, 1970 200.31 

1025 7 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Philadelphia, Pa.; New York City; Philadelphia, Pa.; and Talla- 
hassee, Fla, July 13-19, 1970 296.35 

1026 3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, DC, to New York City, July 22-24, 1970.. _. 155.20 

1027 2 days and portion of 3d day per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 

round trip, from Washington, D.C., to New York City, July 31-Aug. 3, 1970 111.90 

1028 Andrew Radding: 

12 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, IV2 round trips, from 
Washington, D.C., to Philadelphia, Pa., July 1-18, 1970 444.90 

1029 Larry Reida: 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, DC, to Philadelphia, Pa., July 15-17, 1970 119.00 

1030 Margaret M. Schauer: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to New York City, July 13-15, 1970 121. 00 

James F. Southerland: 

1031 4H days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Minneapolis, Minn.; Indianapolis, Ind.; Detroit, Mich.; and 

Hartford, Conn., July 7-11, 1970 157.50 

1032 4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Philadelphia, Pa., July 15-18, 1970 142. 10 

21 1166 Ward & Paul: 

Stenographic reporting, July 16-17, 1970 1, 129.65 



347 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 



SELECT COMMITTEE ON CRIME— Continued 

1970 Stephen N. Abrams: 

Aug. 21 1178 Wi days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to New York City, July 30-31, 1970 $76.85 

1179 2+ days per diem and miscellaneous expanses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to New York City, Aug. 5-7, 1970 97. 25 

1180 2+ days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to New York City, Aug. 12-14, 1970 97 30 

1181 Beverly Bandy: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to New York City, July 16-18, 1970... 120. 50 

1183 Arthur E. Cameron: 

9+ days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 3 round trips, from 
Washington, D.C., to Philadelphia, Pa., July 1-18, 1970 445 65 

1184 Fred B Allison: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D C to Phila- 
delphia., Pa, July 6-17, 1970 .. 420 53 

1185 Elsworth D. Dory: 

9 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 2 round trips from 
Washington, DC, to Philadelphia, Pa., July 7-17, 1970 317 00 

1186 Robert H. Fleming: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington D C to Phila- 
delphia, Pa , July 13-18, 1970. _ 258 01 

1187 Robertas. Gerson: 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip from 
Washington, D.C., to New York City, July 30-31, 1970 .. 73 50 

1188 Paul L. Perito: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Boston, Mass., Aug. 7-10, 1970 139 00 

1190 Larry Reida: 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip from 

Washington, D.C., to St. Louis, Mo, Aug. 9-10, 1970 ' 88 80 

Avis: 

Rental of car for staff members on official committee business— 

1234 July 5, 7, and 9, 1970 113 29 

1235 July 9 and 11, 1970 . 43' 72 

1236 Barnett Bros. Radio Co.: 

Rental of sound system and components, July 16-17, 1970 650 00 

1237 Bright Sign Co., Inc.: 

32 engraved name plates for witnesses scheduled to testify before Committee in 
Philadelphia, July 15, 1970 7100 

1238 Congressional Quarterly, Inc.: 

2 sets of binders, July 2, 1970 . _ 30 00 

IBM: JU - UU 

1239 Rental of magnetic tape Selectric typewriter for July 1970 __ 257 00 

1240 Tapes for magnetic tape Selectric typewriter, July 15, 1970 160 00 

1241 Metropolitan Delivery Services: 

Delivery service for July 1970 48 10 

1242 Press Intelligence, Inc.: 

Clipping service for July 1970 91 20 

26 1302 Western Union Telegraph Co.: 

Telegraph charges for July 1970 _ 2 85 

Leroy C. Bedell, Jr.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip Washington DC to— 

27 1312 Philadelphia, Pa., July 13-20, 1970 243 40 
Sept. 3 1544 New York City, July 30-31, 1970 153' 50 

1545 Paul L. Perito: 

1+ days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip from 
Washington, D.C., to New York City, Aug. 13-14, 1970 59 50 

14 1625 AlvinJ. Lorman: 

7 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip from 
Washington, D.C., to Chicago, III., Aug. 15-22, 1970 279 50 

Paul L. Perito: 

1626 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, Washington, D.C., to New York City Aug 

21,1970 __ ....... 24.00 

Per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington 
D.C., to New York City — 

1627 1 day, Aug. 21-24, 1970... . 69 70 

1628 3 days, Aug. 25-28, 1970 15l' 10 

1629 Michael D. Petit: 

6 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Minneapolis, Minn.; Indianapolis, Ind.; Detroit, Mich.; Hart- 
ford, Conn.; Washington, D.C.; and Harrisburg, Pa., July 7-13, 1970 420.85 
21 1741 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, July 6 and 9, 1970 123. 00 

1743 New York Chamber of Commerce: 

2 copies of publication entitled, Drug Abuse as a Business Problem, July 8, 1970 4. 00 

1744 Claude Pepper, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to St. Louis, 
Mo., July 7-8, 1970 _ _.. 196.00 



53-476 O — 71 23 



348 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

SELECT COMMITTEE ON CRIME— Continued 
1970 
Sept. 28 1847 Arnold G. Shulman: 

5 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Dallas, Tex., Aug. 28-Sept. 1, 1970 $207.78 

IBM: 
Oct. 2 2082 Rental of magnetic tape Selectric typewriter for month of August 1970 257.00 

2083 6 ribbons for Selectric typewriters, July 15, 1970 6.39 

2084 Metropolitan Delivery Services: 

Delivery services for August 1970 18.25 

2085 Press Intelligence, Inc.: 

Clipping service and reading fee, August 1970 70.00 

5 2109 Stuart R.Allen: 

11 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Los Angeles and San Francisco, Calif.; Denver, Colo.; and 

Chicago, III., Sept. 8-18, 1970 514.25 

2110 Paul L. Perito: 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to New York City, Sept. 3-5, 1970 99.20 

Allegheny Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff— 

7 2208 July 15, 1970 __ 40.00 

2209 x July 7, 1970. ._ 228.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service — 

2214 August 1970 764.75 

2227 July 1970 1,048.95 

13 2355 Weston Adams: 

11 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Los Angeles and San Francisco, Calif.; and Denver, Colo., 

Sept. 8-18, 1970 453.59 

2356 Frederick B. Collison: 

Local transportation in and around Washington, D.C., on official business, Aug. 12- 

Sept. 14, 1970 45.45 

New York Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service for temporary office in New York City — 

2359 July 4, 1970 943.56 

2360 Aug. 4, 1970 273.24 

2361 Charles C. Thomas: 

Purchase of publication, Police Juveniles, 4th ed., Aug. 24, 1970 11.22 

2381 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, July 9-Aug. 18, 1970 1, 189.26 

2384 United Air Lines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, July 2, 1970 215.00 

2392 Western Union: 

Official telegram service, August 1970 21.55 

14 2438 District Delivery Service: 

Subscription and delivery of New York Times, October-December 1970 32.50 

2439 IBM: 

Rental of magnetic tape Selectric typewriter for month of September 1970 257. 00 

2440 New York Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service for temporary office in New York City, September 1970 88.62 

2441 Metropolitan Delivery Services: 

Delivery services for the month of September 1970 70. 25 

2442 Press Intelligence, Inc.: 

Clipping service for month of September 1970 56.80 

2443 United Nations: 

Payment for publication, International Narcotics Control Board, Geneva; Report to the 
Economic and Social Council on the Work of the Board, 1969, Sept. 1, 1970 1.35 

2444 Ward & Paul: 

Stenographic reporting, Sept. 23, 1970 207.40 

2450 Stuart R. Allen: 

1+ days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, DC., to Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 28-29, 1970 60.25 

2451 Claude Pepper, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel exoenses, from Miami, Fla., to Philadelphia, Pa., 

and Washington, DC, July 15-17, 1970 __ 199.00 

Paul L Perito: 

2452 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, Miami, Fla., to Washington, D.C., Sept. 

5-13, 1970 264.29 

2453 4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to New York City and Boston, Mass., Sept. 18-22, 1970 171.30 

American Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff — 

15 2482 July 1-22, 1970 _.. 216.00 

2483 July 29 30, 1970 144.00 

2484 Aug. 12-25, 1970 _ 406.00 

Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff — 

2490 July 1 and Aug. 4, 1970 162.00 

2491 Aug.5and 12, 1970 136.00 



349 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Dat8 No - SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

SELECT COMMITTEE ON CRIME— Continued 

National Airlines, Inc.: 
1970 Official travel for Members and staff— 

Oct. 15 2492 Sept 9 1970 $69 . 00 

2493 Aug. 7, 1970 7? nn 

■>■> IfA w , J u, y 7 - 1970 ::::::::::::::;;;;:::::;;::::;:;:;:::;:;;;;::;:; i^.oo 

22 2619 Weston Adams: ' 

\y ? days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel round trip from 
„„ „ . Columbia, S.C., to Jacksonville, Fla., and Washington, D.C., Sept. 28-29 1970 99 00 

2624 Avis: 

Rental automobile while on official business in and around Chicago, III., Aug. 15-21, 

1970 . QQ Qfi 

27 2694 Claude Pepper, M.C.: """" 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Miami, Fla, to Dallas Tex 

2695 Paul L. Perito: 

1+ days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel round trip from 
Washington, D.C., to New York City co, nn 

28 2759 Penn Central Transportation Co.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, July 10-15, 1970 72 50 

2762 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, September 1970 mq W 

Nov. 2 2930 Frederick B.Collison: 8 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Richmond 
Va., Sept. 24, 1970.. . ^7 on 

2931 ElsworthD. Dory: " 

Local transportation in and around Washington, D.C., while on official business 

Aug. 12-Oct. 4, 1970 S4 QK 

2957 XeroxCorp: " " °- 3b 

, n -,, nr „. Xerox 3600 I service and basic use charge for accessories, May 28-July 31 1970 810 66 

10 3105 Avis: 

Car rental for staff member while on official business, Sept 20-22 1970 31 28 

3107 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Sept. 24-25, 1970. . .. 179 00 

General Services Administration: 

Car rental for staff members while on official committee business— 

3108 Sept. 10-16, 1970 28 94 

3109 Aug. 24-28, Aug. 20-28, and Sept. 28-29, 1970 394' 02 

3110 Larry T. Reida: 

1+ days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip from 
Washington, D.C., to New York City, Oct. 15-16, 1970 4fi nn 

3111 Western Union: °- uu 

Telegraph services, September 1970 . oc o n 

XeroxCorp.: ao - ^ 

13 3149 Xerox charges for month of September 1970 925 52 

3150 Equipment placement charge for accessory equipment, Oct. 5, 1970 ""' 44'oo 

3152 Western Union: 

Telegraph services, September 1970 o 7c 

20 3246 XeroxCorp.: ^ /D 

Xerox 3600 I and accessories, August 1970 yin nn 

3252 LeroyC. Bedell, Jr.: """" ' U 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel round trip from 
.or. -, Washington, D.C., to Worcester, Mass., and New York City, Oct. 21-23, 1970 118 25 

3253 Elsworth D. Dory: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel round trip from 
..r, Washington, D.C., to Worcester, Mass., and New York City, Oct. 21-23 1970 112 25 

3254 Metropolitan Delivery Services: 

Delivery services, October 1970... 18 oo 

3255 Thomas P. Livingston: 

Witness fee, Oct. 5-7, 1970.. fin nn 

3256 Meyer Oxman: bU - UU 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Baltimore, Md., to Washington D C round 
trip, Oct. 6, 1970 »_t.--i 

3257 Press Intelligence, Inc.: 

Clipping service for October 1970 cc nn 

3258 Larry Reida: bS - UU 

Local transportation in and around Washington, D.C., on official business, Aug. 14- 

Oct 29,1970 . _ n en 

3259 Frank Russinsky: "- ou 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Richmond, Va., to Washington D C round 
trip, Oct. 5, 1970 as q? 

3260 Ward& Paul: " " 4D ' 9 ^ 

Stenographic reporting, Oct. 5-6, 1970 qei oc 

Dec. 8 3563 Penn Central Transportation Co.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, July 1-13 1970 ??s 7S 

10 3627 American Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Sept. 3-18, 1970 813 00 

3628 Brentano's: 

Purchase of 2 copies each of publications, Crime in America and Greening of America 
Nov. 17, 1970 ' o n on 

3629 Foundation Center: "" 

Subscription to vol. XII of Foundation News, January-December 1971 6.00 



350 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

SELECT COMMITTEE ON CRIME— Continued 
1970 
Dec. 10 3630 Friends Committee on National Legislation: 

Subscription to FCNL Washington, newsletter, Nov. 16, 1970 $5. 00 

3631 IBM: 

Rental of magnetic tape Select ric typewriter, October-November 1970 514. 00 

3632 Larry Reida: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Ann Arbor, 

Mich., Nov. 9-11, 1970.. 206.00 

3690 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, October 1970 598. 26 

3694 Xerox Corp.: 

Xerox 3600 I accessories, charges for Aug. 13 Sept. 30, 1970 223.88 

11 3716 Paul L. Perito: 

7+ days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Ann Arbor, Mich., to Chicago, III., and New York City, Nov. 

10-18, 1970 385.10 

3717 Larry Reida: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to New York City, Nov. 15-17, 1970 126.90 

Salaries for 6 months 241,669.67 

Net refunds and adjustments _ (199.50) 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 271,868.36 

SELECT COMMITTEE ON HOUSE RESTAURANT 

July 22 400 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, May 25, 1970 11. 50 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 11.50 

Oct. 13 2383 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, July 30, and Aug. 26, 1970 78.88 

Dec. 11 3727 Thomas J. Campbell: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New York, 

Nov. 10, 1970 59.00 

Salaries for 6 months .. 11,901.03 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 12,038.91 

SELECT COMMITTEE ON SMALL BUSINESS 

Net refunds and adjustments (135.80) 

Total paid from 1969 appropriations (135.80) 

July 8 109 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Apr. 20-May 27, 1970 186.80 

16 288 Office Extras: 

Temporary secretarial and typist services, June-July 1970 145.06 

289 Tennessee Press Service, Inc.: 

Newspaper clipping service for official committee business, June 1970 44. 20 

22 401 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, May-June 1970 591.66 

31 647 Majority Room: 

Duplicating services for official committee business, June 30, 1970 __ 58.45 

Aug. 26 1284 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1970... 193.20 

Nov. 25 3320 Overton County News: 

Renewal subscription, June 1, 1970-71 3.50 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 1,222.87 

June 29 565 Louis Hernandez: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New York to Washington, D.C., round trip, 

July 21-22, 1970 97.12 

Aug. 21 1214 Donald B. Roe: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Chicago, 111., Aug. 9-11, 1970 107.00 

Sept. 3 1554 Jackson County Sentinel: 

Renewal subscription, September 1970-71 5.00 

1555 Charles E. O'Conner: 

4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to St. Louis, Mo., Aug. 9-17, 1970 .... 154.00 

1556 Majority Room: 

Duplicating services for official committee business, July 31, 1970 40. 00 

Tennessee Press Service, Inc.: 

Newspaper clipping service for official committee business — 

1557 July 1970 1 35.20 

18 1711 Augustl970 32.23 



351 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No " SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 



1970 SELE CT COMMITTEE ON SMALL BUSINESS— Continued 

Sept. 21 1752 Donald B. Roe: 

1 wLhZ r n £ e "k p nd , miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

99 .700 pu Washington, D.C., to Chicago, III., Sept. 1,1970 ^ « 8 nn 

22 1789 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co • &J8.UU 

, onc ™- °fficialtelephoneservice,July 1970 Q . QI - 

1805 Office Supply Service: 94 - 95 

rvi 7 999 K ,. Miscellaneous stationery items, July 29, 1970 , 7 , fi7 

Oct. 7 2225 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co • Ut-bl 

12 2303 e^O^'^f.P^ne service, August 1970.... 107 60 

2304 Wlllifm mIiSS^c!! t0 The SCOtt C ° Un,y N6WS ' SePt6mber 1970 - 71 - - 5. 00 

3 fe a tu S rn P SeSTe 'lYlSTO " traVe '' '""" WaShington ' D - C " t0 Chica g°. '"■. and 

13 2363 Majority Room: ' ' 105 - 00 

99oo ,., Duplicating services for official committee business, Aug. 31 1970 ?? in 

2399 Western Union: Lm lu 

i„ o,r-> , u 0ffici al telegram service, September 1970 „ 17 

14 2463 John M. Finn: "• '' 

3 d « ay l per . diem , and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip from 

9/.C/I c , Washington, D.C., to Chicago, III., Sept. 16-18, 1970 . P ' 110 nn 

2464 Frank Horton: uu. uu 

3 fe?u S rn P SeJt e i6-18 U 19 e 7 d ° n traVe '' fr ° m Washington ' DC " to Chica g°. "I., and 

15 2487 American Airlines, 'inc.: ' "" -■ — " 105 - 00 

9 C 9, n O ffi n ia i travel ,or Mem bers and staff, Aug. 9, 1970... i™ nn 

2524 Donald B, Roe: i<cu. uu 

4 d » ay l- per . diem „ and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip from 

22 2637 A. K. bUT^ ^ t0 ^'"^ M '" ^ ^ 197 ° - 157.45 

J 'fri e r! n X H1 S i a ol W ' tneSS fees ' from Knoxv 'll e . Tenn -. to Washington, D.C., round 

trip, Uct. / o, iy/U __ , \\c nn 

2638 Congressional Quarterly, Inc.: " lib. uu 

o.™ „ Renewal subscription, December 31,1970-71 ,,. ™ 

2639 Cloyd D. McDowell: - 144 ' 00 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Harlan, Ky, to Washington, DC, round trip, 

uct. / o iy/u i ia Art 

2640 Manpower: 148 - 48 

,,,, „ Temporary secretarial services, September 1970. .... ru >;n 

2641 Dexter Raines: "" o^t. ou 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Knoxville, Tenn., to Washington, D.C., round 

trip, Uct. /~8, 1970 ■**& nn 

2642 Jack Walls: 116.00 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Knoxville, Tenn., to Washington, D.C., round 

trip, uct. t~o, iy/u ! i « rtA 

2643 Ted Q.Wilson: 116 - 00 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Oneida, Tenn., to Washington, D.C., round 

trip, UCt. f-O, 1970 t rn co 

Nov. 2 2938 John Kearnes: 159 - 52 

T Tr , ip l Se P t n i6 S i a 7 nd 1970 neSS fe6S ' fr ° m Sa " Francisc °' Calif " to Chica go. '" , round 

5 3004 Manpower: P ' ' 276 - 00 

,„„«. *■ Temporary secretarial services, Oct. 11, 1970 o 7 o «c 

3008 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: J/J.4S 

,n,A .. Or f ic ialtravelforMembersandstaff,Oct.l4-Nov.9,1970 oan 7n 

3010 Majority Room: 8 ^ u - /u 

o 7nco ^ Du P'i, ca ti n g services for official committee business, Sept. 30, 1970 ?s nn 

9 3058 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: xw 

., „_„ . Official telephone service, September 1970 lr7 ,„ 

13 3159 Manpower: u/. <tu 

9n ooc7 D Temporary secretarial services, Oct. 18, 1970 10,1c 

20 3267 Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.: 134.1b 

3268 Ma Re , ne D /al subscription to Antitrust* Trade Regulation Report, Dec. 1, 1970-71 198.00 

Duplicating services for official committee business, Oct. 30 1 970 9R nn 

Tennessee Press Service, Inc.: "• uu 

Newspaper clipping service— 

3269 October 1970 ,. ,. 

oc 3270 September 1970 .." 36.64 

25 3318 Advance-Sentinel: 25 - 48 

Renewal subscription, Nov. 1, 1970-71 , nn 

3319 Manpower: *• uu 

n»r 1 3 inn ,. Temporary secretarial services, October 1970.... ? s ss 

Dec. 1 3470 Charles E. O'Connor: «. So 

7 d w a , ys h- pe „ r * die £p and . "I'fellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

3471 Donald B Roe ' " ' X ' " and L ° S AngeleS ' Callf " Nov - 1 " 7 ' 197u 274 - 00 

Re Rte: S T e e m n e n n ! £ ll^Tim^™' r ° Und WP ' WaShingt0n ' DX - t0 0ak 



352 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

SELECT COMMITTEE ON SMALL BUSINESS— Continued 
1970 
Dec. 2 3497 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, October 1970 $210.36 

10 3644 Foundation Center: 

Renewal subscription to Foundation News, January-December 1971 6. 00 

11 3733 W. N.Walters, Jr.: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Greensboro, N.C., Oct. 28-30, 1970 173.88 

Salaries for 6 months 195,699.23 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 201, 506. 19 

SELECT COMMITTEE ON U.S. INVOLVEMENT IN SOUTHEAST ASIA 

July 29 566 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, June 18, 1970 39. 50 

Aug. 26 1305 Western Union: 

Official telegram service, June 25, 1970 67.66 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations _ 107. 16 

July 29 567 Majority Room: 

Offset printing, collating, and Xerox repros, July 6, 1970 917. 70 

Aug. 6 858 Consolidated News Pictures, Inc.: 

8 rolls of 8 mm color film developed, July 21, 1970 18.00 

19 1062 House Recording Studio: 

3 hours of screening, July 15, 1970 - 30.00 

25 1262 R. Philip Irwin: 

Voice for film services, Aug. 4, 1970 50.00 

26 1296 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, July 1970 123.40 

Sept. 8 1588 House Recording Studios: 

Reimbursement for expenses incurred in developing a 9-minute documentary film, 

June20-July4, 1970 923.70 

18 1712 Bono Film Service: 

Reimbursement for expenses incurred in developing a 9-minute documentary Mm, 

Sept. 7, 1970 - -.- -- 27.50 

Oct. 13 2400 Western Union: 

Official telegram service, August 1970 78. 13 

Salaries for 6 months - 928.49 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations _. 3,095.92 

SPECIAL COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE CAMPAIGN EXPENDITURES 

Oct. 5 2108 Emily DeSimone: 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, Sept. 21, 1970 __._ 50.00 

13 2402 Xerox Corp.: 

Xerox 914 copier, equipment placement charge, September 1970 26. 00 

2417 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, August 1970 37.75 

22 2626 Charles A. Appel: 

Services for examination of documents at Baltimore, Md., and transportation, Oct. 4, 

1970 258.60 

2627 Avis Rent A Car: 

Rental of car for staT member on official business, Sept. 30 and Oct. 2, 1970_ 27.97 

House Post Office: 
Postage stamps— 
30 2827 September 1970 90.00 

2828 Do 195.50 

2829 Do __ 338.50 

Nov. 2 2928 Dorotha A. Brown: 

For secretarial services, Oct. 5, 1970 46. 00 

2929 Hertz Corp.: 

Rental of car for starf member on oTicial business, Oct. 2-6, 1970_ 64.72 

David H. Bodiker: 
5 2989 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, from Columbus, Ohio, to Washington, 

D.C., Sept. 29, 1970..-_ 69.00 

2990 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Columbus, Ohio, to Denver, 

Colo., Sept. 30-Oct. 3, 1970 309.00 

2991 John Warren McGarry: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Denver, 

Colo., Sept. 29-Oct. 2, 1970 412.25 

Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items— 

9 3062 September 1970 53.86 

3063 August 1970 67.11 

David H. Bodiker: 
13 3156 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, from Washington, D.C., to Columbus, 

Ohio, Oct. 5-6, 1970 107.50 

3157 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, from Columbus, Ohio, to Washington, 

D.C., Oct. 8, 1970 76.25 



353 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date N °- SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

SPECIAL COMMITTEE TO INVESTIGATE CAMPAIGN EXPENDITURES— 
Continued 
1970 
Nov. 17 3192 John Warren McGarry: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Balti- 
more, Md., Oct. 3-5, 1970 $129 05 

20 3235 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, October 1970 141 3S 

Dec. 2 3488 Xerox Corp.: 

For use of Xerox machine, Sept. 11-Oct. 19, 1970. . 217 37 

Francis X. McLaughlin: 
4 3528 3 days per diem incurred on travel, Washington, D.C., to Baltimore, Md., Oct. 2-4, 1970 60.00 

3529 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington D C to Denver 

Colo., Sept. 30-Oct. 2, 1970.... 275 75 

8 3562 David H. Bodiker: 

Legal services as per contract, August-September 1970 4 000 00. 

10 3621 Ruth Ann Bourque: 

For secretarial services, Nov. 18, 1970 18.50 

3622 Janice H. Luongo: 

For secretari