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BOSTON 

PUBLIC 

LIBRARY 








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M SS' } HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES { Document 



REPORT 



OF THE 



CLERK OF THE 
HOUSE 



FROM 



January 1, 1972, to June 30, 1972 




August 17, 1972. — Referred to the Committee on House Administration 
and ordered to be printed 



U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
7&-639 WASHINGTON : 1972 



Boston Public Library 
Superintendent of Documents 



FEB 2 3 1973 

DEPOSITORY 



LETTER OF SUBMITTAL 

August 17, 1972. 
The Honorable the Speaker, 
U.S. House oj 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 
January 1, 1972, through June 30, 1972, 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 names 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. 

(Ill) 



CONTENTS 



Page 

Attending physician 190 

Automobile expenses: 

Majority Leader 374 

Minority Leader 374 

Speaker 373 

Capitol Police Board 374 

Capitol Police — uniforms and equipment 374 

Clerk hire, Members, Resident Commissioner, and Delegate 190 

Committee on Appropriations 411 

Consolidated working fund 378 

Education of pages 379 

Furniture 369 

Government contributions 410 

House Barber Shops (suspense account) 399 

House Beauty Shop (revolving fund) 399 

House Recording Studio (revolving fund) 379 

House Restaurant (revolving fund) 401 

Joint Committee on — 

Congressional Operations 373 

Defense Production 372 

Internal Revenue Taxation 372 

Miscellaneous items: 

Contested election 204 

Employee's transportation expense 276 

Equipment 199 

Equipment maintenance 201 

Gratuities 204 

Interparliamentary reception 204 

Member's transportation expense 251 

Official bonds 204 

Official office expenses of Members outside of District of Columbia 227 

Official telephone expenses of Members outside of District of Columbia. 238 

Rental of office space , 205 

Salaries — House Resolution 204 

Supplies, materials, and services 193 

Official mail costs 379 

Postage 369 

Preparation of new edition of — 

District of Columbia Code 410 

United States Code :-_ 410 

Revision of the laws 369 

Salaries and expenses — officers and employees : 

Attending physician — technical assistant 189 

Committee employees 182 

Committee on Appropriations 185 

Compilation of precedents of House of Representatives 181 

House Democratic Steering Committee 182 

House Republican Conference 183 

Majority and Minority printing clerks 185 

Minority employees 182 

Office of the — 

Chaplain 181 

Clerk 181 

Doorkeeper 181 

Legislative Counsel 188 

Majority Leader 185 

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VI 

Salaries and expenses — officers and employees — Continued 

Office of the — Page 

Majority Whip 185 

Minority Leader 185 

Minority Whip 185 

Parliamentarian 181 

Postmaster 181 

Sergeant at Arms 181 

Spealcer 181 

Official reporters of debates 185 

Official reporters to committees 185 

Salaries of officers and employees of the House of Representatives 3 

Standing, Select, and Special Committees: 
Committee on — 

Agriculture 288 

Appropriations 185 

Armed Services 288 

Banking and Currency 290 

District of Columbia 295 

Education and Labor 296 

Foreign Affairs 302 

Government Operations 306 

House Administration 310 

Interior and Insular Affairs 313 

Internal Security 317 

Interstate and Foreign Commerce 322 

The Judiciary 329 

Merchant Marine and Fisheries 333 

Post Office and Civil Service 335 

Public Works 338 

Rules 345 

Science and Astronautics 345 

Standards of Official Conduct 349 

Veterans' Affairs 350 

Ways and Means 352 

Select Committee on — 

Crime 353 

House Restaurant 363 

Small Business 363 

Special Committee — 

On Funerals 366 

To Investigate Campaign Expenditures 365 

Statement of appropriations 378 

Stationery (revolving fund) 381 

Stenographic reports 282 

Telegraph and telephone expense 366 



REPORT OF THE CLERK OF THE HOUSE 
FROM JANUARY 1, 1972, TO JUNE 30, 1972 

STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTABILITY FOR APPROPRIATIONS AND OTHER FUNDS 

Unexpended balance, Dec. 31, 1971 __ $88,867,950.36 

Appropriations and receipts: 

Current appropriations $4, 202, 850.00 

Revolving fund receipts: 

Stationery revolving fund $352,691.35 

House Beauty Shop revolving fund 124, 060.27 

House Recording Studio revolving fund 62, 798. 59 

House Restaurant revolving fund . 1,035,626.20 

House Barber Shop suspense account 30, 182. 75 

Records and Registration suspense account 869. 78 

1,606,228.94 

Proceeds from sale of miscellaneous items to be deposited In general 

fund of the Treasury 10,990.60 

5, 820, 069. 54 

Total funds available 94,688,019.90 

Expenditures and transfers: 

Disbursements for salaries and other expenses less refunds and 

canceled checks 74,269,368.58 

Transfers; 

Lapsed appropriations transferred to the general fund of the 

Treasury 1,422,445.11 

Deposited in the general fund of the Treasury 10,990.60 

1,433,435.71 

75,702,804.29 

Unexpended balance, June 30, 1972 18,985,215.61 

SUMMARY OF TRANSACTIONS BY APPROPRIATIONS 

Unexpended 

Funds Net balance 

Purpose available disbursements Transfers June 30, 1972 

Salaries, officers and employees: 

1970 $110,437.92 $25.00 $110,412.92 

1971 552,780.76 28.23 $552,752.53 

1972 13,863,297.84 11,893,974.33 1,969,323.51 

Clerk hire, Members, Resident Commissioner, and 
Delegate: 

1970 22,572.45 1,358.73 21,213.72 

1971 186,269.71 (63.38) 186,333.09 

1972 31,483,784.13 30,214,236.67 1,269,547.46 

Attending physician: 

1970 81.57 _ 81.57 

1971 1,112.51 1,112.51 

1972 57,822.38 46,892.50 10,929.88 

Miscellaneous items: 

1970 767,864.26 25,825.46 742,038.80 

1971 710,743.67 27,291.93 683,451.74 

1972 6,107,034.12 2,626,394.57 3,480,639.55 

Reporting of hearings: 

1970.. 7,224.84 7,224.84 

1971 163,673.50 (381.00) 164,054.50 

1972 302,162.80 156,765.65.... 145,397.15 

Special and select committees: 

1970 95,079.74 30.00 95,049.74.... 

1971 260,591.83 4,401.97... 256,189.86 

1972.. ___ 6,926,419.71 5,067,072.02 1,859,347.69 

Telephone and telegraph: 

1970 252,642.29 (993.28) 253,635.57 

1971 292,984.10 20,061.66 272,922.44 

1972 2,976,404.24 2,183,638.73 792,765.51 

Revision of the laws: 

1970 1,694.02 1,694.02 

1971 1,311.38 1,311.38 

1972 22,560.50 18,000.00 4,560.50 

(1) 



SUMMARY OF TRANSACTIONS BY APPROPRIATIONS— Continued 



Purpose 


Funds 
available 


Net 
disbursements 


Transfers 


Unexpended 

balance 

June 30, 1972 


Postage stamps: 

1970 


$4, 050. 24 

41,403.02 

417,510.00 

174. 16 

3,750.51 

496, 307. 58 

5, 950. 64 
41,026.07 

419,453.09 

5,113.87 
6,661.17 
74, 781. 07 

335, 967. 89 

204. 11 

1,845.72 

10, 979. 16 

510.82 

1,123.30 

10,492.42 

2.95 

565.41 

10, 409. 16 

159, 290. 16 
770,379.05 

1, 009, 865. 00 

458.92 

236. 27 

294, 030. 02 

3,250.00 
3,250.00 

6, 500. 00 

8,614.60 

""""129,"856."06 

18, 400, 000. 00 

310,774.60 

2,105,007.87 

1,146.064.99 

132,830.61 

41,185.34 

869.78 . 

77,974.52 
132,951.56 

12,088.06 
18,775.25 

2, 857, 950. 07 

8,321.50 . 

350.00 . 
1,847.10 . 

472.00 . 




$4,050.24 . 




1971 


$34,486.92 .. 
228,991.15 .. 

"3,"725."06"._ 

328,423.81 .. 


$6, 916. 10 


1972 

Furniture: 

1970 

1971 


$174. 16 . 


188,518.85 
----- 


1972 




167,883.77 


Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation: 
1970-.. 


5,950.64 . 




1971 




41, 026. 07 


1972 


385,574.79 ._ 




33, 878. 30 


Joint Committee on Defense Production: 

1970 - -- . . - . 


5,113.87 . 




1971 

1972.__ 


67,'535.'46"; 
137,995.44 ._ 


6, 661. 17 

7, 245. 67 


Joint Committee on Congressional Operations: 

1972 




197,972.45 


Speaker's automobile: 

1970 - 


204.11 . 




1971-__ 


1, 845. 72 


1972 


8,168.38 .. 




2,810.78 


Majority Leader's automobile: 
1970... .... 


510.82 . 




1971 


112.88 __ 
8,751.71 .. 


1,010.42 


1972 




1,740.71 


Minority Leader's automobile: 
1970 


2.95 _ 




1971 . . - . 




565. 41 


1972 ._ . - 


8,783.24.. 
67i,'97i."97_. 




1, 625. 92 


Capitol Police Board: 
1970 


159, 290. 16 _ 




1971 


98, 407. 08 


1972_.__ 


711,166.98._ 




298, 698. 02 


Uniforms and equipment— Capitol Police: 
1970 




458.92 . 




1971... 


179.29 ._ 


56.98 


1972 


227,784.67 __ 




66, 245. 35 


Statement of appropriations: 
1970 


3,250.00 . 




1971 . - _. . .. 




3, 250. 00 


1972 


3,250.00 .. 

4,808.14 .. 
(14,685.87)_. 
129,850.00 




3, 250. 00 


Consolidated working fund: 

1971 

1972 




3,806.46 
14, 685. 87 


Education of pages 1972 

Official mail costs 1972 






13,800,000.00 __ 

28,576.55 .. 

1,207,581.17 .. 

992,643.66 .. 

105, 948. 89 




4, 600, 000. 00 


House Recording Studio— Revolving fund. 

Stationery— Revolving fund 

House Restaurant— Revolving fund 

House Beauty Shop— Revolving fund 


282, 198. 05 

897, 426. 70 

153,421.33 

26,881.72 


18,368.51 .. 

15,181.59 .. 
20,159.09 ._ 




22, 816. 83 


Records and Registration— Suspense account 

Preparation of new edition of District of Columbia 
Code 

Preparation of new edition of United States Code 

Government contributions: 
1970 


869. 78 

62, 792. 93 
112,792.47 


12,088.06 . 




1971 




18,775.25 


1972 


2, 849, 475. 43 




8, 474. 64 


Miscellaneous receipts: 

Sale of waste paper 

Sale of surplus property ._ 

Sale of transcript of hearings 




8,321.50 _ 
350.00 . 

1,847.10 _ 
472.00 . 








Other (general fund) 












94, 688, 019. 90 


74, 269, 368. 58 


1,433,435.71 


18,985,215.61 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972 



OPFICF OF HOM. WATKINS M. ABBtTT 

COUNCIL, AMME H $3,256.08 

DYEO, RFRECCA R CLERK, FROM FEB. 11 3,111.13 

FLETCHER, W FREO 14,423.58 

FORFHAMD, C EDWARD, II CLERK, 10,024.62 

HORROCKS, NORAH CLERK, 3,499.98 

KFITH, LEAH GODWIN CLERK, TO APRIL 30 1,200.00 

MONTGOMERY, BARBARA J 7,844.64 

SPAIN, GARLAND CLERK, 3,956.78 

TAYLOR, CAROL B CLERK, 4,009.02 

WOODY, «ARJPRTE A 6,922.38 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS G. ABERNETHY 

ABFRNETHY, ALICE L SECRETARY, 6,983.32 

RYPO, MARTHA SECRETARY, 7,083.32 

DFMOVILLF, LARKIN CLERK, 6,016.68 

HAWKINS, JAMES CHARLES CLERK, TO JAN. 31 297.46 

MONTI, ANN C SECTY, 4,833.32 

MOORF, JERRY S CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 180.67 

MYERS, MILLICFNT Y SECRETARY, 7,083.3? 

PANNELL, MARLENE B SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 2,000.00 

ROHAN, ALFRED WAYNE CLERK, 1,833.32 

SAMS, THOMAS P CLERK 1,833.32 

SIBLEY, JOHN D, JR CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 180.67 

STEVENS, CLAIR ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

STEVENS, EDWARD L' CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 3,000.00 

VOSPFR, CYNTHIA ANN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES ABOUREZK 

BERGREN, MARY C STAFF ASST, 5,100.00 

BERLING, JUDITH ANNE PERSONAL SECRETARY, 5,500.02 

COSTAIN, BONNIE J SECTY, 1,500.00 

OESCHEPPER, MARILYN SECTY, 3,600.00 

FELOMAN, GLENN M SPECIAL ASST, 5,891.68 

GFRHAROT, JO ANN RECEPTIONIST-SECRETARY, TO FEB. 29 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 3,799.99 

GLEICH, JAMES W STAFF ASST, FROM APRIL 1 2,000.01 

GOODELL, JOHN H CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 200.00 

HAGERTY, BERNARD STAFF ASST, ' 4,025.02 

KANDARAS, ALICE B SECRETARY, TO FFB. 29 900.00 

OMEARA, ELISE I SECRETARY 3,300.00 

OUANOER, DONALD WARREN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

ROUSE, PETFR M CASEWORKER, 4,150.02 

SEVFRSON, JOEL RESEARCH ASST, FROM MARCH 1 2,333.32 

SHELBY, LEANITA SECRETARY, 4,900.02 

STAVRIANOS, MARJORIE S CASEWORKER, 4,150.02 

STAVRIANOS, PETER E ADM ASST, 10,099.98 

THORNE, JOHN R PRESS ASST, 8,550.00 

VOIGHT, DAVID K LFGIS fSST, 7,099.98 

OFFICE OF HON. BELLA S. ABZUG 

BROCK, HOWARD A PRESS AIDE, 2,731.98 

BRYANT, CAROLE FROM MAY 1 TO JUNE 20 763.88 

CASH, FRANCES PUH PERSONAL SECTY, TO FEB. 29 AND 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 TO 

MAY 15 AND FROM JUNE 16 4,088.96 

DAMORF, JANET E SECRETARY, TO APRIL 30 2,833.32 

EPSTEIN, MARTIN H FROM JUNE 21 152.78 

EPSTEIN, SYLVIA CASEWORKER, 5,250.00 

FRIEDMAN, DORA OFFICE MANAGER, 7,000.02 

HERMAN, NORMA F SECTY (PART-TIME), FROM MAY 1 416.66 

HIRSCHHORN, ERIC L LEGIS ASST, 7,384.98 

JACOB, MYRIAM R RECEPTIONIST, FROM MAY 1 625.00 

KFLBER, MIRIAM J RESEARCH ASST, TO APRIL 30 AND LEGIS 

ASST, FROM MAY 1 10,792.60 

MARZANI, ANTHONY H TO APRIL 30 1,833.3? 

MILLER, ARNOLD J COMMUNITY REP, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 

30 1,171.42 

MORGENSTERN, ELLEN A LEGIS AIDE, 3,750.00 

OPER, SHARON E CASE WORKER, 5,833.34 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



DFFICP OF HON. BELLA S. ABZDG - CONTINUED 



POLIVY, M4RG0T 
STUi^GISt TNRRIO E 

TENOLER, ROBERT 
TERRY, EVER CAROL 

WALKER, DEIOE E 
WEIL, RUTH JOAN 
WOLF, CYNTHIA LYNN 



ADM aSST, TO APRIL 30 AND FROM MAY 5 . $11,167.58 
TYPI^T-RECEPTI0NI<;T, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 

15 » 250.00 

COMMUNITY REP, 6,330.00 

SECRETARY RECEPT, TQ'MARCH 31 AND FROM 

APRIL 5 3,923.52 

SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 1 'tOO.OO 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 546.42 



OFFIC^ OF HON. BROCK ADAMS 

BAIRD, ZOF E CLERK, FROM JAN. 3 TO FEB. 29 AND FROM 

MAY 1 2,300.00 

■^U'^rHMAN, ALAN A AOMIN ASST, 14,500.02 

CAOY, SUSAN C SECRETARY, 4,750.02 

CHELEDTNAS, ROSE SECRETARY, 6,000.00 

CORDILL, MARION J EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 9,750.00 

OARNEILLE, ANNE LOWNDFS APPT SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

OAVFNNY, DIANE DEE SECRETARY, 2,500.02 

OEPUY, JACQUES DB LEGIS ASST 7,999.98 

FEDF, ROBERTA R SECRETARY, 5,500.02 

FOTHEP INGHAM, TAMARA J CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, FROM JUNE 12 690.00 

FRIFL, SHARON L CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 583.33- 

JOHNSON, LYNNF F PRESS SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 916.67 

MESHFR, MARTA ANNA CLERK, TO FEB. 29 1,000.00 

MILLER, DORA BARBARA CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO MAY 31 933.32 

OTLFY, PATPICIA E SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 .. 1,166.66 

PIPER, ELIZABETH ANN SECTY, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 583.33 

SHARPE, PHILIP E, JR CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 1,041.67 

SKELLFNGFR, SHIRLEY A PRESS SECRETARY, 3,600.00 

TONER, JEROME P RESEARCH ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 

30 833.33 

WEISSMAN, MARGE DIST PEP, 4,699.98 

WONG, TERRI LYNN CLERK, TO APRIL 30 1,666.68 

WRIGHT, ANN A ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 633.33 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH P. ADDABBO 

BREWER, MARIE BROWN CLERK, TO FEB. 29 AND FROM MAY 1 1,466.68 

BROMBERG, MARLYS L SECRETARY, 3,481.50 

CERTIS, JOY F SFCTY, TO MAY 31 AND FROM JUNE 5 6,034.34 

CONIGLIO, FRANK A CLERK, 2,500.02 

COOPEPMAN, HERMAN CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 766.67 

COPP, F MARY CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 766.67 

FFLLS, WILLIAM ALBERT CLERK, 1,500.00 

FERRIS, ANNFTTE M SECRETARY, 3,000.00 

FIO»E, A EDWARD 12,300.00 

GLASSBERG, H JACKIE CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 766.67 

GOLDSTEIN, CARL CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 766.67 

GORDON, MICHAEL " CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 666.66 

GORMLEY, HELENA BROOT SECTY, 8,440.02 

GOTTFRIED, LIL-L-4hAN CLERK, TO FEW. 29- , , . . . .^. 1,200.00 

GRAY, MARIE RUTH SF.CTY, 4,800.00 

GURTAN, BEATRICE 1,650.00 

MACDONALD, HELEN T ADM ASST, 11,077.50 

MOLE, MARION CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 766.67 

ROGERS, ISADORA G CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 733.34 

SMITH, RUSSELL J CLERK, 1,999.98 

SURICO, ANGELO M 7,800.02 

TRIMBOLI, THOMAS A LFGIS AIDE, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 

AND CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 900.00 

WEBER, OTTO A CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 766.67 

WEBER, RICHARD W CLERK, TO FEB. 15 1,400.00 

WILSON, WILFRED CLERK, TO FEB. 29 AND FROM MAY 1 1,333.32 

ZANAZZI, POSINA CLERK, FROM FEB. 16 TO MARCH 31 1,400.00 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUAR Y 1 TO JUNE 30^1972— Continued 



OFFICF OF HON. CARL ALBERT 

ANDERSON, WK 

RUTLER, LOISF CLERK TYPIST, 

CLINE, DEBORAH LYNN CLERK, FROM JUNE 6 

ENGLISH, VERMEIL G 

GREEN, GWENDA R CLERK, 

J HOLMES, IMOGENE CLERK 

' HOWARD, CAROLE K CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

FEB. 1 

LANE, SARA DEAN CLERK, 

RFEO, MICHAEL L 

RIKARD, HANSEN CLERK, 

SELVIDGE, WILLIAM M, JR CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 19 ... 

TDTTLE, HELEN NEWMAN CLERK, 

OFFICE OF HON. BILL ALEXANDER 

ARANGO, PAULINE S SECRETARY, 

BAILEY, FRANCES BARTON SECRETARY, 

BROWN, RAMONA KAY STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

CHITMAN, LEO CONGRESSIONAL AIDE 

CHEAP, MARTHA ELLEN SECRETARY, 

'' HOLMES, VIRGINIA LEE RECEPTIONIST, 

JEFFORDS, CLI'^FORO H ADM ASST, 

JOHNSON, LEWIS J PROJECT CONSULTANT, 

MILES, CHARLOTTE E STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

•MOORE, HARRY TRUMAN STAFF ASST, 

MOORE, THOMAS ALVA AIDE, FROM FEB. 1 TO MARCH 31 

NEALE, ELIZABETH S SECRETARY, 

PRIDE, ANN L RESEARCH ASST, FROM JAN. 17 TO MAY 31 

AND LEGIS RESEARCH ASST, FROM JUNE 5 . 

SMITH, JULIA ROSE EXEC SECTY, 

THOMAS, DOROTHY LAINF LEGIS ASST, 

OFFICE OF HON. GLENN M. ANDERSON 

ANDERSON, HARRY R ADMIN ASST, 

ANDREW, ROBERT L CLERK, FROM FEB. I TO FEB. 29 

AVFNT, PAMELA A CLFRK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MAY 3 

BACKLUND, DOLORES A CLERK, FROM MAY 22 , 

CARLISLE, DAVID C CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 AND 

FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

CASTLE, ADA M CLERK, , 

DAVIS, CHRISTOPHER CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM MARCH 1 ... 

GARTEN, MAX DAVID OIST ASST, 

HAYWARD, DAVID KENNETH CLERK, TO JAN. 31 

KRAFFT, JOHN W CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 

LAMBERT, HENRY R CLERK, TO MAY lA 

LUCE, ELIZABETH B CLERK, TO FEB. 29 , 

MADISON, HERBERT C LEGIS ASST, 

MOLONY, MICHAEL JAMES CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 

NELSON, SANDRA R CLERK, , 

ONG, EDNA MAY D CLERK, , 

PERKA, KATHLEEN J CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 ...^ «-......., 

RAMIREZ, ANNA M DIST OFFICE MGR , 

RUPERT, LOLITA M CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 

SANCHEZ, LUCILLE CLERK, 

SAVANT, CHARLES ALBERT CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 AND 

FROM JUNE 1 

SHILDKRET, MARGO CLERK, 

SMITH, ALICE M CLERK, , 

TALBERT, LANELLE CLERK, 

WAREHOUSE, WILLARD C CLERK, FROM MAY 8 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN B. ANDFRSON 

BOHNER, CHRISTIE K LEGIS SECY, FROM FEB. 2? 

GEDDEIS, CATHLEEN ANNE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 

GIBSON, ALAN B STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 12 

GOLDSTEIN, Ji^SSICA LEGIS SECRETARY, TO MARCH 10 , 

HAESLOOP, MARY ELLEN PERS SECTY, , 

HENRY, PAUL B STAFF ASST, FROM FEB. I TO FEB. 29 ... 

JEFFREY, SUZANNE G 

KOLNES, MAE B , 



t6, 173.28 

«^, 500. 00 

333.33 

11,186.08 
6,458.32 
7,291.67 

7,291.67 
3,139.56 
11,186.08 
5,715.36 
120.00 
7,416.67 



5,075.01 
3,o°9.99 

400.00 
1,200.00 
4,175.01 
4,475.01 
",350.00 
3,900.00 
1,000.00 
8,800.02 

400.00 
5,316.66 

2,321.12 
9,750.00 
9,766.66 



13,535.67 

960.00 

1,134.00 

780.00 

1,600.00 
4,002.00 
3,250.00 
4,020.00 

775.00 
2,250.00 
3,372.33 
1,280.00 
7,052.00 

800.00 
3,798.00 
3,920.00 

616.00 
4,913.00 

700.00 
3,260.00 

1,650.00 
3,798.00 
5,070.00 
5,250.00 
1,060.00 



3,045.82 

260.00 

475.00 

1,672.23 

5,500.02 

300.00 

5,233.34 

2,750.00 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFPICE OF HON. JOHN B. iNOERSON - CONTINUFO 

LARSEN, TH0M4S ANDREW CLFRK-TYPI ST , FROM JUNE 5 t260.00 

LINDRLflOE, MILDRED I SFCRFTAPY, 3,225.00 

LINDLFY, LOIS E CLERK-TYPIST, FROM MARCH 6 1,916.67 

MOFFETT, HOWARD M 12,291.67 

NIEMEYER, SIDNEY CLERK-TYPIST, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 . 250.00 

RICHARDSON, MARTHA ANN ADMIN SECY, FROM APRIL 10 2,475.01 

ROCKYMORE, CAROLYN J SECRETARY, TO MARCH 31 2,250.00 

STOCKMAN, STEVE W RESEARCH ASST, 3,400.02 

STOFFEL, CHARLES R RESEARCH ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 

21 525.00 

SUST, MARY ANN CLERK-TYPIST, TO FEB. 11 660.55 

SWAPTZLOFF, EDWARD E CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JUNE 5 260.00 

VENNERS, PEGGY J RECEPTIONIST, 3,250.02 

WALKER, ROBERT J STAFF ASST, FROM APRIL 1 1,875.00 

WOLFFNSBERGER, DONALD 8,000.00 

WRIGHT, DOUGLAS ALAN CLERK-TYPIST, 2,484.45 

ZWIER, ROBERT CLFRK-TYPI ST, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 . 250.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM R. ANDERSON 

BUCK, T KERNAHAN LEGIS ASST, TO APRIL 30 3,376.00 

CAVALIER!, CARMELOC SPECIAL COUNSEL, 5,414.17 

DYE, BARBARA L K SECTY, FROM MAY 1 200.00 

EBERSOLF, RICHARD J SPECIAL ASST, 5,357.34 

ELLSWORTH, KAPEN SUE CLERK-TYPIST, FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 31 . 800.00 

LOCKETT, FOWAPO B SPECIAL ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 1 2,333.34 

MANSON, FRANK A LEGIS ASST, 8,203.77 

MCCAULEY, RAYETTA I CLERK-TYPIST, 800.01 

MILLFR, JULIA MYRL 9,495.00 

PERRY, DIANNE W KEY-PUNCH OPERATOR, FROM MAY 22 650.00 

POWERS, WILLIAM M 1,817.88 

STOVER, KATHY JEAN CLERK-TYPIST, 3,465.00 

TOLSON, CORITHA L TO JAN. 31 AND FROM FEB. 5 6,435.48 

WELLS, SAYRA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 12 ... 190.00 

WHITE, JOHN J 9,353.61 

WISF, JAMES ALAN ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

ZOLLAR, CAROLYN C SECRETARY, TO APRIL 30 2,918.84 

OFFICE OF HON. ELIZABETH (MRS GEORGE) ANDREWS 

FINLAYSON, MABEL SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 5 2,388.88 

GILBERT, THOMAS MARTIN ADM ASST, FROM APRIL 5 7,310.00 

HAMMOND, EVA PERSONAL SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 5 5,757.21 

HEACOCK, MARIE B SECRETARY, FROM^APRIL 5 2,914.45 

JEBELES, ERIE B SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 5 3,583.33 

NOBLIN, GEORGE M SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 5 3,607.21 

PARKER, RUTH W SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 5 2,866.67 

TATE, FORREST 0, JR SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 2,366.66 

WHITE, PHIL M SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 5 812.21 

OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE W. ANDREWS 

FINLAYSON, MABEL ASSISTANT, TO APRIL 4 2,434.85 

GILBERT, THOMAS MARTIN ADM ASST, TO APRIL 4 7,572.23 

HAMMOND, EVA PERSONAL SECRETARY, TO APRIL 4 5,948.10 

HEACOCK, MARIE B ASSISTANT, TO APRIL 4 2,852.65 

JEBELES, ERIE B ASSISTANT, TO APRIL 4 3,672.52 

NOBLIN, GEORGE M ASSISTANT, TO APRIL 4 3,690.82 

PARKER, RUTH W ASSISTANT, TO APRIL 4 2,924.43 

WHITE, PHIL M CLERK, TO APRIL 4 835.57 

OFFICE OF HON. MARK ANDREWS 

AUSTIN, JAMES A LEGIS ASST, 10,980.01 

BUCKINGHAM, ANN M INTERN, FROM JUNE 19 144.00 

CANDOR, ANN L 4,024.98 

CAREY, LAURA SUSAN CLERK, TO MAY 3 2,162.75 

CHFSROWN, SANDI ANNE SUMMER INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 360.00 

CORBUS, POANNF L 2,637.48 

GIAOUE, DFNISE 4,200.00 

GWINN, DOROTHY F 10,262.48 



I SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICF OF HON. ^^^QK ANDREWS - CONTINUED 



HAMM4RGBEN, CMHY 
HEGGEN, 0UW4YNE M 
HOLT, JOYCE E 
JARDINE, MARILYN 
L4RIVEE, MONICA E 
MEDLIN4, DARLENE M 
HLSFN, VAN ° 
STITT, CAROL D 

WINKJFR, DFANN LYN 



CLERK, FROM MAY 1 

FIELD REP, 

SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 23 TO JUNE 15 

DIRECTOR-INT ECON TSK FORCE, FROM 
APRIL I TO APRIL 30 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 . 



$1,000.00 
7,384.<?8 

A,?00.00 

3,435.00 

?,511.12 

13,650.00 

1,250.00 
260.00 



OFFICF OF HON. FRANK ANNUNZIO 



ALTIMARI, LEONARD 
AfPELQUIST, CAROL L 
ATLAS, SANDRA B 
AZHOERIAN, ANNA 
BASKIND, ANITA L 
BATIE, CAROLYN MARIE 
CORTELYOU, WARREN P 
OELFTTO, JOSEPH 
DONALDSON, CHRISTINE 
FAVI4, JOSEPH & 
GFRBFR, KAREN LEF 
GONZALEZ-JIMENEZ, C 
KAMINS, CLIVE D 
LATO, ROSE 
LIFSEY, E OIANE 
MOSLEY, FLSTE 8 
OLMSTEAD, CATHERINE E 
OSTAPENKO, ADRIENNE E 
PETRONE, THERESA M 
ROMANO, ARTHUR 
ROTHMAN, RUTH E 
ROZENBERG, MICHAEL A 
SALAMONE, JOHN 
VENTURA, JOSEPH T 
WELLMAN, GLFNNA J 
ZAPERT, THERESA M 



OFFICE OF HON. BILL ARCHER 

BURCKETT, MARIETTA 
CARLSON, DONALD G 
CARRUTH, BARBARA K 

CARRUTH, BARBARA K 
DEAR, RONALD B 
FRANKLIN, C ANSON 

FRONCE, MARY ANN 
GERGER, R0CHELL4 SUE 
JOHNSON, JESSE, JP 
MATHER, RUSSELL N, JR 
MATTHEWS, ALLIE PAGE 
MODLY, ILONA 
RODRIGUEZ, RAY M 
SCHWARZMANN, MARY L 
SHEARN, MICHAEL JOSEPH 
THORBURN, JUDITH A 
WOLFE, MARGARET F 

ZAMARIA, ROSE M 



FROM MARCH 7 TO APRIL 11 

CLERK-TYPIST, TO MARCH 3 

ADMIN ASST, 

RECEPTIONIST, TO FEB. 29 

FROM JUNE 1 

SECRETARY, 

FROM APRIL 1 

CLERK-TYPIST, 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

TO FEB. 29 

SECRETARY, 

TYPIST, FROM FFB. 1 TO FEB. 29 

CLERK, FROM MARCH I TO MAY 24 

FROM MAY 23 

SECRFTAPY, FROM MARCH 1 

AIDE, TO MARCH 31 

CLERK-TYPIST, TO JAN. 31 

CLERK, FROM JUNE I 

TO JAN. 31 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM APRIL 12 TO MAY 12 
SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 

FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 31 

CLERK, 

RECEPTIONIST, FROM MARCH 13 TO MARCH 

31 

RECEPTIONIST £ SECTY, FROM APRIL 1 

LEGIS ASST, 

PRESS SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 AND PRESS 

ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

CLERK, 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

CLERK, TO FEB. 15 

DISTRICT REP, 

SECRETARY, 

FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 

DISTRICT REP, TO FEB. 15 

CLERK 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

RECEPTIONIST, TO MARCH 31 

DIST OFF RECEPTIONIST, FROM *<APCH 1 TO 

MARCH 31 AND SECTY, FROM JUNE 1 

OFFICE MANAGER, 



6-, 041. 46 

651.38 

1, 172.49 

10,350.00 

4,250.34 

1,000.00 

935.00 
7,368.54 
4,300.02 
1,950.00 
3,750.00 

335.00 
1,298.13 
4,803.60 
4,200.00 

500.00 
1,563. 32 

707.22 
3, 166.66 
1,749.99 

558.33 

558.33 
3,183.24 
1,006.91 

576.94 
5,541.67 



283.34 
3,708.32 

420.00 
2,375.00 
7,064.18 

5, 171.67 
5,045.82 
5,450.00 

250.01 
3,000.00 
3,935.75 

350.00 

300.00 
7,316.40 

300.00 
1, 755.00 

750.00 
10,596.25 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. LESLIE C. ARENDS 



ASH3R00K, THPMAS E 
OEARDEN, TAROL ANN 
HUNNICDTT, SHARON I 
KILROY, RUTH S 
MACAULAY. JOSEPH H 
ZOLL, MARJORIE H 



CLERK, FROM JUNE 13 $260.00 

SECRETARY, 4,916.68 

SECRETARY, 6,600.00 

SECRETARY, 7,900.02 

SPECIAL ASST, 15,300.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 12 ... 190.00 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN M. ASHBROOK 

ALMENOINGFR, WILLIAM F DISTRICT REP, FROM FEB. 1 

BAUS, LUCILLE M TO FFB. 29 

BISSEY, JEAN B SECRETARY, „ 

BROWN, MARY B SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 

BURNS, JANICE A CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

CARPENTER, SHIRLEY A SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 .. 

CHAPMAN, MARY JO SECRETARY, 

COOPERRIOER, MARY J CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO MARCH 31 

COPP, DEWITT S RESEARCHER, TO MARCH 31 

DIEHL, ELIZABETH L CLERK, FROM MAY 1 

GONZALES, LOUIS COZ CLERK, TO MARCH 31 

GONZALES, VIRGINIA B CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM MAY 1 

HAGGE, LINDA SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 

HALL, VELMA L SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 

HERALD, HEGGER CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 

INGMAND, GEORGE SECTY-CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 

JACKSON, ROBERTA K CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 

LONG, ROBERT F CLERK, 

LYTLE, CHRISTOPHER G CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

MENZER, MARION CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 14 

MILES, STEPHEN R DISTRICT REP, 

MILLER, LOIS ANN CLFRK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

MOORE, NANCY L CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 

MYE^S, CARROLL JEAN SECRETARY, 

RALPH, JOHN N, JR CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 AND 

FROM JUNE 1 

ROBERTS, FRANKI F SECRETARY, 

SHAW, STANLEY S, JR CLERK, TO MARCH 31 

STEWART, BEULAH L CLFRK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 

THARP, LISA CHRISTINE CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

WAYMAN, CYNTHIA L 

WHEATLEY, ELECTRA C ADM ASST, 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS L. ASHLEY 

ANDERSON, MURIEL A SECRETARY, 

CLENDENING, JUNE G ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 

CLENDENING, NANCY YVONNE SECTY, FROM JUNE 1 

CLENDENING, VALERIE ANN CLERK, FROM MARCH 17 TO MAY 15 

FREUNDEL, JOYCE M SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 AND 

RECEPTIONIST, FROM FEB. 1 

GARNER, ELIZABETH LEGIS ASST, TO JAN. 31 AND LEGIS AIDE, 

FROM FEB. 1 

KINZLER, PETER LEGIS ASST, 

MACADAMS, MONICA - SECRETARY, TO MARCH 10 AND FROM JUNE 9 

MIFLOS, HUGH, JR ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 1 

MILLER, MARY SECRETARY, 

NUNN, CHARLIE B SECRETARY, 

RINCK, SANDRA LEF EXEC SEC, 

SHORT, M DOLORES o 

TOMSIC, BETTY SECRETARY, 

ZEPNER, MICHAEL C CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

OFFICE OF HON. LES ASPIN 

ANDERSEN, ANGELINF N SECRETARY, 

ASPLUNO, RICHARD JOHN DISTRICT SECRETARY, 

BINDES, BEVERLY A 

BRHYDRICK, WILLIAM B LEGIS ASST, 

CULLFN, TIMOTHY F OMBUDSMAN, 

DYE, BARBARA L K STAFF ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 . 

FEINGOLD, RUSSELL D CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

FISCHER, BEVERLY A SECRETARY, TO MARCH 31 

GROVENBURG, CATHY A SECTY, TO MAY 31 

GRUFNSTFIN, PETFR F LEGIS ASST, 



7,500.00 

850.00 

5,650.02 

2,225.01 

291.67 

225.00 

4,066.66 

500.00 

4,500.00 

1,083.34 

800.01 

1,833.33 

2,225.01 

1,500.00 

666.67 

233.33 

233.33 

3,125.01 

300.00 

233.33 

4,750.02 

775.00 

500.00 

2,958.35 

1,125.00 

6,000.00 

624.99 

100.00 

375.00 

6,199.98 

13,999.98 



4,490.43 

12,512.92 

500.00 

983.33 

4,074.10 

5,596.23 
8,914.18 
1,546.63 
1,500.00 
4,074.10 
4,926.58 
8,696.57 
1,000.02 
5,837.07 
358.33 



2,500.0? 
2,749.98 
5,050.02 
4,008.34 
5,449.98 
1, 100.00 
300.00 
1,736.36 
3,229.15 
11,280.15 



9 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. LES ASPIN - CONTINDFD 



HARRISON, STANLEY L LEGIS ASST, FROM APPTL 1 $300.00 

HERRING, VKTORTA L SECRETARY, FROM MAY I 800.00 

HilSSEY, THOMAS W SPECIAL ASST, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 AND 

LEGIS ASST, FROM JUNE 1 960.00 

KOITZ, GRETCHEN E SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 2,438.67 

LANGE, ROBERT GRANT ADM ASST, 12,706.36 

MORTON, JOSEPH CRAIG SPEC ASST, FROM JUNE 1 480.00 

RENNEBOHM, LAURIE SPECIAL ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 112.50 

SHIPKEY, CHARLES P LEGIS ASST, TO APRIL 30 400.00 

SIOEMAN, ROBERT ALAN LFGIS ASST, 4,875.00 

STROHL, JOSEPH A DISTRICT SECRETARY, 6,250.00 

TATGE, MARY RECEPTIONIST, 4,999.98 

UMANSKY, An^lENNE SECRETARY, 4,208.32 

Y0UNG6L00D, BRUCE SPECIAL ASST, TO MARCH 31 1,400.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WAYNE N. ASPINALL 

BERTORELLO, EVELYN 10,549.98 

BRIDGES, JACK H SECTY, 3,955.98 

CARVFR, JOHN A, JR SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 16 625.00 

CLEARY, WILLIAM H SECRETARY, 14,085.00 

KEATING, EDWARD SECRETARY, 4,695.00 

-LORENZEN, DONALD P SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 2,250.01 

'MICHIELI, RONALD A SECRETARY, 10,549.98 

SCATES, J C TIM SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 4,000.00 

SHERIDAN, HARRIET SECRETARY, 15,300.00 

WIOUP, CHARLES CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 3,166.67 

OFFICE OF HON. HERMAN BADILLO 

BRAHS, STUART J LEGISLATIVE ASST 8,091.84 

CHERKASKY, MICHAEL G CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

DEUTSCH, JOSEPH M ASSISTANT, FROM APRIL 1 924.99 

ERICE, MICHAEL A ASSISTANT, 1,500.00 

GOLDSMITH, LEDA C ASSISTANT, 1,582.50 

LEE, DORIS JEAN STAFF ASST, 6,061.26 

LUY, MIRA F ASSISTANT, 5,489.52 

MAYFRSON, HAROLD A SPECIAL ASST, 7,912.50 

POPS, JEANNE ASST, 3,692.52 

QUINONES, EOMEE ASSISTANT, FROM APRIL 1 750.00 

RASOUIN, FDUVIGES J ASST, 6,066.24 

REMENESKI, SHIRLEY ASST, 8,162.49 

SCH0S3EPG, PAUL A ADMIN ASST, 14,506.26 

STEPHENS, FSME M ASST, 1,582.50 

TOWNSEND, JESSE L ASSISTANT, 4,999.98 

VLASTO, JAMES S ASST, 5,164.15 

OFFICE OF HON. LAMAR BAKER 

BROWN, LINDA FAYE SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 2,775.00 

CHEAL, WILLIAM R DISTRICT REP, TO FEB. 29 2,320.00 

COFFMAN, OPAL L SECRETARY, 3,450.00 

DIMOPOULOS, ETHEL D PERSONAL SECTY, 4,219.98 

FREBURG, CHARLES R ADMIN ASST, 15,300.00 

GRUM, IVA HELEN CASE WORKER, 4,219.98 

HETH, EDNA PHILLIPS FIELD REP, FROM JUNE 19 170.00 

HUNT, RAYMOND GENE DISTRICT ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 8,166.68 

LOMAX, WILLIAM L OFFICE SUPERVISOR, 5,275.02 

LOUGHLIN, ELIZABETH F LEGISLATIVE ASST, 6,519.48 

MCCALL, PETER COOPER PRFSS SECRETARY, TO MAY 15 4,770.00 

MCMURTRIE, BERTIE LOU SECRETAOY, FROM JUNE 1 900.00 

MEEKS, MYRA JEAN SECRETARY, FROM MAY 16 874.99 

MILLSADS, ELIZABETH A SECRFTARY, TO APRIL 30 AND PRESS 

SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 4,583.34 

MODLY, ILONA M LEGIS ASST, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 350.00 

SMITH, NANCY LEE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

SMITH, VIRGINIA J DISTRICT ASST, TO MAY 31 AND 

SECRFTARY, FROM JUNE 1 3,240.00 

SMITH, WANDA SECRETARY, 3,649.98 



10 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 

JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

HPFICE OF HON. WALTFR S. BARING 

SARINGf MARjnRIE L $S, 800.02 

RURT^^J, JANF 4,800.00 

CAMERTM, MARY T EXEC SECRETARY, 8,449.98 

DOLLARD, LOUISE ADM ASST, 10,000.02 

FAT?, SANORA L SFCTY, 5,169.48 

FITZGERALD, GERALDINE A SECTY, 3,499.98 

GIANNOTTI, VIRGINIA L SECTY-OI STR ICT , FROM JUNE I 491.67 

GOROY, SHEILA A SECRETARY, 3,165.00 

HOWARD, ROBERT M 9,750.00 

KATAWCZIK, HELEN CAROL 6,382.74 

KLINK, MARIANNE R 4,150.02 

MINKO, JOAN MARY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

POWELL, DOROTHY L DEPT SFCTY, 8,050.02 

SCHAFFER, GERALD STATE AIDE, 6,330.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM A. BARRETT 

CAIN, ROSE M 15,289.02 

CHAMBERLAIN, M AGNES C 15,280.14 

CORBFTT, ANNA D 8,991.30 

CORBETT, MICHAEL T ADM ASST, 10,549.98 

CUFFELO, JULIA H 3,641.28 

OISALVATORE, DOMFMrCK 3,220.92 

DOLAN, ELIZABETH G 2,980.02 

RAGO, MICHAEL J 3,234.84 

SILLS, J RORFRT 5,654.76 

TAVANI, ARTHUR 3,234.84 

OFFICE OF HON. NICK BEGICH 

ALEXANDER, OAVID M CASEWORKER, TO APRIL 30 3,450.00 

BAIRD, JANET R DIST OFFICE SECRETARY 3,600.00 

BERNSOORFF, CHRISTOPHER C DIST OFF ADVISOR, TO JAN. 31 AND 

SPECIAL ASSISTANT, FROM APRIL 1 1,600.00 

BONE, SADIE M CLFRK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 650.00 

"ROWN, RUSSEL LEROY DIST OFFICE SECRETARY, 10,621.00 

CARFY, DAVID R OFFICE ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE I 400.00 

DYE, BARBARA L K STAFF ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 . 800.00 

DYE, ROY AUGUSTUS, III RESEARCH ASST, TO JAN. 31 1,200.00 

FAUNCE, MARY LOUISE CASE WORKFR, TO MARCH 31 1,700.00 

FREDERICKS, MILTON CASE WORKER, TO APRIL 30 3,450.00 

FULLER, CAROLE L RECEPTIONIST, TO JAN. 31 AND CASE 

WORKER, FROM FEB. 1 5,270.00 

KENNEDY, EUGENE ALLEN ADM ASST, 14,500.00 

MANION, JUDITH IRENE CASEWORKER, FROM APRIL 1 2,100.00 

MARTIN, GUY R LEGIS ASST, 11,973.68 

MCDANIEL, GARY A SPECIAL ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 31 . 400.00 

PFRLES, SUZANNE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

REGNER, WILLIAM J, III STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 1 1,600.00 

RICHROATH, DOROTHY W FXEC SFCTY, TO JAN. 31 AND OFFICE MGR, 

FROM FEB. 1 6,599,32 

SCHNEIDER, MATTHILD C RECEPTION I ST/CLK-TYPI ST , FROM MAY 1 .. 1,250.00 

TFNDLER, PAUL M LEGIS ASST-PRFSS AIDE, TO JAN. 15 .... 500.00 

VIVIAN, EDITH E LEGIS SECRETARY, 4,950.00 

OFFICE OF HON. PAGE BELCHER 

BOIINGER, MARY ANN SECRETARY, 4,301.04 

BURRFLL, MARTHA ANN SECTY, TO FEB. 8 1,057.93 

COFFEY, JOHN M LEGIS ASST, 7,635.00 

DONAHUE, KATHEPINF B SECRETARY, 4,872.51 

FERNFAU, CYNTHIA LOVE APPT SECRETARY, 6,330.00 

LOPP, VERA F SECRETARY, 5,563.50 

MCCARTHY, ATHALIE ANN 6,849.50 

PICCO, SHERRIL ANN SECRETARY, 4,747.50 

RUSSn, WILLIAM A RESEARCH ASST, FROM JUNE 1 900.00 

SEVIER, SARA ROSALIF AOMIN ASST, 9,463.65 

TONEY, JOSEPHINE V SECRETARY, 1,647.30 



I 11 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND I^PLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972-Continued 

OPFICF OF HON. ALPHONZO RFLL 

BL4DES, RICH4PD ADM ASST, tl3, 814.40 

CHAC0N4?, STEPHANY SECRETARY, 4,834.02 

DEGASOM, STEPHANIE F STAFF ASST, 5,145.00 

FROHREICH, PAMELA J RFSFARCH ASST, 3,705.00 

HILLEARY, FFLICIA SECRETARY, 1,841.5? 

HOr.ABOOM, ALMA C SECRETARY 4,747.50 

HGLROYO, SHARON ANN LFGIS CORPFSPPNOFNT , 3,850.02 

HOUSE, DALE W FXFC SECTY, 9,233.73 

KIJHN, JANET LEGIS ASST, 10,700.00 

MARSHALL, JAMES C TO MARCH 12 3,961.51 

MYERS, SUSAN ANN CCINCRESS lONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

REILLY, MARTIN W STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 3,676.41 

RIOS, ANTONIO A SECRETARY, 1,741.02 

SCOTT, ANTHONY W STAFF ASST, TO FEB. 29 1,744.50 

SLOAN, HARRY E FIFLO REPRESENTATIVE, FROM APRIL 1 ... 2,000.01 

TRAINOR, ROBERT J LEGIS ASST, i^RHM FEB. 1 5,106.90 

ZIEGLER, RICHiRD F LEGISLATIVE ASST, FROM JUNE 14 613.89 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES E, BENNETT 

ALLEN, RUTH W CLERK", FROM MARCH 20 TO JUNE 11 1,594.44 

ALLEN, SHIRLEY L CLFRK, FROM MARCH 27 TO JUNE 16 2,000.00 

ANDREWS, WILLIAM H CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 ANO 

FROM JUNE 1 1,500.00 

BISHOP, VERA WEATHERLY CLERK 2,447.50 

BLALOCK, GORDON CLFRK, 4,410.00 

BORNE, LISETTE H CLERK, FROM JAN. 18 3,562.51 

BRYANT, SHIRLFY ANN CLERK, FROM JAN. 18 3,425.00 

OARR, NANCY ELLEN CLERK, FROM JUNE 12 369.44 

DAVIS, SHARON H CLERK, 5,987.52 

OUNCAN, JUDY ^ CLERK, FROM APRIL 18 1,341.67 

HILKFRT, ROGER E LEGIS ASST, FROM FEB, 3 8,222.24 

HUTTON, KATHPYN V CLERK, TO JAN. 10 220.00 

MENDELSON, RICHARD P CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 15 ... 160.00 

POMOER, CAROL J CLERK, FROM MAY 1 1,583.34 

SEGAL, ALETHEA GAIL CLERK, FROM JUNE 15 173.33 

SEM^LE, JANF STARKE CLFOK, FROM APRIL 19 TO ''AY 19 330.67 

STILTNEP, SHARON L CLERK, TO APRIL 21 3,336.18 

STRAU9E, OONI N CLERK, TO MARCH 2h 2,546.55 

STRINGFELLOW, AUDREY W EXEC SECRFTARY, Tn MAY 31 AND CLERK, 

FROM JUNE 1 8,883.32 

VANNELSON, NICHOLAS L ADM A«;ST 12,662.50 

WALSTAD, PAUL J CLERK, TO MARCH 31 1,800.00 

OFFICE OF HON. BOB BERGLAND 

ABRAHAM, JOHN L RESEARCH ASST, TO FEB. 29 200.00 

BARTOS, LORLEF CA<;E WORKER, 4,500.00 

BUTLER, DIANF SPECIAL ASST, FROM MARCH 1 3,333.32 

CALIN, "ATRICIA I SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 1 350.00 

DRESSEN, JOHN J OIST RFP, 2,650.02 

GIBSON, STUART RESEARCH ASST, FROM JUNF 1 375.00 

HALVORSON, LINDA JANE <;fCRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 541.66 

JOHNSON, HENRY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 14 ... 170.00 

KEATING, RITA M SECRFTAPY, 5,874.99 

KINSMAN, ROBERT D HIST FIELD REP, 2,766.68 

MARING, IRENE H OISTdicT SECRFTARY, 3,350.02 

NELSON, JERI LEE SECY (OIST), 2,900.02 

nUSE, CLIFFORD M FIELD RFP, TO MAY 31 ANO DISTRICT REP, 

FROM JUNE 1 2,100.00 

PEDERSON, RICHARD H DI ST REP, TO MAY 31 1,600.00 

OIERPAN, KATHLEEN P PERSONAL SECRETARY, 5,946.00 

RYNNING, ANITA SECRETARY, TO MARCH 10 1,361.10 

SAND, THOMAS R PRESS AIDE, 12,179.34 

SCHRADER, RONALD F EXEC SECTY, TO FEB. 29 AND ADMIN ASST, 

FROM MARCH 1 15,000.00 

SCOTT, BETTY E SECRETARY, 4,799.99 

YAGER, SARA J LEGIS ASST, 7,399.98 



79-639 O - 72 



I 12 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30. 1972— Continued 



OPPrCE np Hnrg. JACKSON F. BFTTS 

BLACK, KENMPTH L LEGIS ASST, 

DTLLON, BPFNOA R SECRETARY, 

HATMAWAY, MICHAEL n RESEARCH ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

HYNES, MARGARET M PERSONAL SECTY, 

LEAHY, KEVIN OOVLE CLERK, TO MARCH ^1 

MINTFR, FRANCES E SECRETARY, 

MONROE, OAVIQ A CLERK, FROM MARCH 20 TO MAY ?1 

RATTI, OONNA KAY SECRETARY, 

SCHMOTZER, '^ARY F SECTY, 

ZAHN, OONALO M ADM ASST, 

OFFICE OF HON. TOM BEVILL 

RETENBAIIGH, G C PRESS ASST, 

COCHRAN, MARY M SECRETARY 

JOHNSON, BETTY S PERSONAL SECTY, 

KELIER, MAVIS L SECRETARY, 

MAOOOX, SANDRA ANN SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 

MASON, MARY KATHFRENE SECTY, 

MOSS, BEVERLY L G SECTY, 

NORRIS, IRENE R SECTY, FROM MARCH 13 

PARKS, MARY CATHERINE SECTY, 

PRESCOTT, LOUISE E SECRETARY, 

SAULS, PAT SECRETARY, 

SCHMIED, ANITA MARIA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 ... 

SWEIT7FR, HENRY B ADM ASST, 

WATTS, CHARLES C, JR FIELD REP, 

OFFTCF OF HON. MARIO BTAGGI 

AHL, MARY T STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 16 

ALSTON, MAGGIE SECTY, FROM APRIL 16 TO MAY 15 

BLANC&TT, RHBERT B roNGPFSS I ONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 ... 

CALLO, JOSEPH F SPECIAL ASSISTANT, FROM "ARCH 1 TO 

APRIL 30 

CADPIELLO, JOSEPHINE SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 

CLANCY, JOHN C ADM ASST, TO JAN. 31 

CRISPO, THOMAS JOHN SPECIAL ASSISTANT, FROM FEB. 1 TO 

MARCH 31 

CRONIN, THOMAS E, JR EXEC ASST, 

CROWOFR, TYi^ONF OFFICE ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 16 TO 

APRIL 15 

DOLAN, MARGARET M FROM FEB. 1 TO MARCH 15 

OWYER, MATTHEW R SPECIAL ASST, FROM APRIL 1 

HALSEY, WILLIAM E LEGIS ASST, FROM JAN. 16 

ILCHUK, PETER K LEGIS ASST, 

KOESTER, ETHEL CASE WORKER, 

LAPORTA, ALFRED SPECIAL ASST, FROM MAY 16 TO JUNE 15 

LEVINE, RAY EXEC SECTY, 

MATZ, JOYCE RESEARCH DIRECTOR, 

MCRORFY, KAREN CASEWORKER, TO JAN. 31 

MFISTER, RUTH CASE WORKER, 

MOHAN, JANE ANNE SECRETARY, TO APRIL 30 AND LEGIS 

SECTY, FROM MAY 1 

NOLAN, CAROL SECTY-CAS.E WORKER, 

ONEIL, BARBARA M RECEPTIONIST, FROM FEB. 1 

PRISCO, MICHAEL L SPECIAL ASST, FROM MAY I 

ROBERTS, SARAH K CASEWORKER, FROM MARCH 1 

RUflN, MINNIF SECRETARY, TO FEB. ^q 

SPADOLA, JANET ANN LEGIS SECTY, TO JAN. 31 

TRACY, JOHN SPECIAL ASST, TO FEB. 29 

WHALEN, ANNE T SPECIAL «SST, TO DEC. 31 

WILKINSON, CYNTHIA M RECEPTIONIST, TO APRIL 30 AND 

PERSONAL SECTY, FROM MAY 1 

OFFirP OF HON. EDWARD G. BIESTER, JR. 

ANDERSON, PAUL F CLERK, FROM APRIL 10 TO APRIL 24 .... 

ARMES, MARION B SECRETARY, 

BUSBY, LEONARD A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 14 .. 

CARSON, RICHARD F SPFCIAL ASSISTANT, FROM APRIL 3 

DOWNING, DAVID S RESEARCH ASST, FROM MAY 1 TO JUNE 16 

OUCANDER, MARY ELLEN ADMIN ASST, 

FISENHART, BLAKE H RESEARCH ASST, FROM MAY 1 TO JUNE 16 



«"5,50q.40 
A,Q70.16 
l,45B.33 
9, 50^5.40 
900.00 
4,693.90 
1,1B3.33 
4,970.16 
2,617. 14 

14,219.40 



11,3B0.02 
3,957.4S 
7, 78?. 48 
3,957,48 
480.00 
4, 879.98 
4, 800.00 
2,085.01 
3,957.48 
4,537.50 
4,800.00 
300.00 

1^^,300.00 
8,995.0? 



500.00 

1,000.00 

300.00 

?,000.00 
1,000.00 
1,433.33 

2,000-00 
8,550-00 

1,000.00 
1 ,500.00 
3,000.00 
■^,270.81 
7,999.98 
2,500.0? 
1 ,000.00 
4, 699.98 
6,500.00 
875.00 
3,000.00 

3,300.02 
3, 750.00 
2,708.35 
1,916.66 
3,500.00 
2,000.00 

708.33 
1,966,66 

500.00 

3,533.32 



300.00 
3,551 .70 

170.00 
2,933.33 

664.44 
12,744.00 

664.44 



13 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30. 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD G. BIESTER. JR. - CONTINUED 

FROMUTH, AUGUST G, III RESEARCH ASST, FROM JAN. 3 TO JAN. 21 

AND FROM MAY 10 $1,005.83 

GLASER, 8FRNARD PRESS ASSISTANT, 8,174.46 

HERNOON, GENIF N APPOINTMENTS SECRETARY, TO FEB. 5 .... 927.75 

KAYSER, ELLEN JO RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 15 664.44 

KIEL, JAMES S, JR. EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT, 9,103.98 

KLEIN, ROf^FRT S RESEARCH ASST, FROM MAY 1 TO JUNE 16 . 664.44 

KOSTERLITZKY, MARYL 5,453.52 

MCCLINTOCK, DAVID R RESEARCH ASST, FROM MAY 1 TO JUNE 16 . 664,44 

MCCLIJNG, ROBIN W SECTY, 4,879.38 

SALE, DANA W SECRETARY, i=ROM FEB. 1 3,395.85 

SALLADA, ELIZABETH L SECRETARY, 2,252.88 

STROUSE, RONALD L LEGIS ASST, 6,857.52 

OFFICE OF HON. JONATHAN B. BINGHAM 

ALTMAN, PAULA 6,300.00 

BERGER, STEPHEN TO JAN. 31 1,295.83 

BULKO, JACK FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 681.00 

OANOWITZ, JOAN M SECRETARY, 4,500.00 

FELSENTHAL, LUCILLE 5,524.98 

HERMAN, DAVID J TO MARCH 31 1,625.01 

HOROWITZ, VERA FROM MAY 1 TO JUNE 7 546.70 

KAHN, APTHUR M FROM JUNE 24 160.00 

LAMBERTSON, LILLIAN G FROM APRIL 1 2,029.33 

LONG, PATRICIA C CASE WORKER, TO MAY 31 AND FROM JUNE 5 4,644.46 

LOPES, PATRICIA M 1,519.98 

LUTZKER, ARNOLD P LEGIS ASST, 5,666.68 

MAJAK, RAL^H ROGER 10,500.00 

MCCORMICK, HUGH T FROM APRIL 1 TO JUNE 28 2,401.56 

NEZIN, RUTH K 6,499.98 

OFFEN, EVELYN FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 2" 833.33 

ORGAN, JAMES MARTIN FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 833.33 

PERRY, SHEELAGH JEAN 5,524.98 

SERRAPEDE, EDWARD A FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 541.67 

SHERIDAN, DEBORAH J FROM FEB. 1 2,166.65 

SOLLOD, DALE RENEE FROM APRIL 1 TO JUNE 23 1,798.33 

TOPIEL, AMY E FROM JUNE 8 364.33 

TORELLI, LENORF 2,904.99 

VLASTO, JAMES S 6,000.00 

WO^TER, EDNA TO MARCH 31 2,250.00 

OFFICE OF HON. BENJAMIN B. BLACKBURN 

BOYD, BLAIR JOAN LEGIS SECTY, 5,730.78 

CAVANAUGH, DOROTHY K PERSONAL SECRETARY, 6,785.79 

DAVIS, JANET A SECRETARY, 5,467.02 

DILLARD, BEN H ADM ASST, TO MAY 23 12,155.00 

GOSNELL, WILLIAM LEE SPECIAL ASST, 9,758.76 

GUILFOY, KATHY E SECRETARY, 4,674.07 

HAYNES, LINDA P SECRETARY, 4,674.07 

HENDERSON, LAURA V SECRETARY, 4,939.50 

NELSON, MARTHA F CLERICAL ASST, FROM JUNE 1 - 400.00 

RICHARDSON, SYBIL A LEGIS SECTY, 4,134.48 

SLYE, MARY ANN SECRETARY, 4,411.98 

TAVARFS, GEORGIA T SECRETARY, 4,411.98 

TIDWELL, DREW V, III LEGIS ASST, 7,369.12 

WALTON, BETTY J SECRETARY, 2,935.02 

OFFICE OF HON. RAY BLANTON 

BORIN, ALOO ALBERT RESEARCH ASST., 4,375.00 

BROWNE, SUSAN M SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 2,833.32 

COPELAND, RICKEY LYNN CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 525.00 

DRIVER, SANDRA LEHMAN SECRETARY, 4,325.52 

FLYNN, JOHN DAVID CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

GAMBLE, JOHN L LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, 9,178.50 

HUDSON, NINA SECTY 3,850.98 

JOHNSON, GALE D PERSONAL SECTY, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM 

FEB. 5 9,846.78 

MCKNIGHT, JAMES W, JR FIELD REP, 7,916.65 

MEDLIN, DORIS ANN SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 2,180.32 



14 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30. 1972— Continued 



HFFICE OF HON. RAY BLANTOM - CONTINUED 

NACKF, JANE KAY LEGISLATIVE ASST, 

POPEf ANN R SECRETARY, 

RflWFLL, RETTY JFAN SECRETARY, 

WAOSWORTH, SUSAN H CASE WORKER, 

YANCEY, ALLEN, JR FIELD SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN A. BLATNIK 

ALLEN, MARGARET L 

CALOERONE, GILDA K STAFF ASST 

DANIELS, THOMAS B, JR FED PROGRAMS COORDINATOR, FROM FEB. 10 

FLAX, CHARLOTTE STAFF ASST, 

GABEL, CAROLINE D 

GERSH, MARK STAFF ASST, 

HAROIS, KATHLEEN MARIE STAFF ASST, 

KAUCHICK, JOSEPH A STAFF ASST, 

KEE, KAREN M STAFF ASST, 

LACARIA, GANCIF JANE PERSONAL SECY, 

NAUGHTON, MARY J STAFF ASST, 

STONE, "ATRICIA H STAFF ASST, 

VOORHEES, EDNA M STAFF ASST, 

YARRINGTON, MARY JANE STAFF ASST, 

OFFICE OF HON. HALE BOGGS 

BUOLONG, MARION SECRi^TARY, 

CHAMBLISS, WILLIE CLERK, 

GREENBLATT, PATRICIA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 19 ... 

KAVALJIAN, MOLLIE P 

KERR, LYNN A SECRETARY/FILE CLERK, 

MACALUSO, SUE R SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 

MAHONY, PATRICIA J SECRETARY DIST., 

MANNING, ETHEL L SECRETARY, 

MCGEOWN, NANCY M SECRETARY, 

MONTGOMERY, LEANNE FROM MAY ?2 TO JUNE 18 

RATHE, BARBARA A EXEC SECRETARY, 

VOELKER, EVA S RECEPTIONIST, 

WALTERS, BARBARA M SECRETARY, 

WHINEREY, ANNE MARIE SECTY-CASE WORKER, 

WINOGRAD, FRED C FROM APRIL 1 TO AORIL 30 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD P. BOLANO 

BORYS, SANDRA SECRETARY, FRO" JUNE 1 

CAMPBELL, JOAN FAY SECRETARY, 

CERASA, JOANNE E CLERK, TO FEB. ?9 

CREIGHTON, ANNE M SECRETARY, 

DALE, WILLIAM C CLERK, TO MAY 31 

DENISON, LINDA F SECRETARY, 

DONOGHU^^, PATRICK J ADM ASST, 

ENDICOTT, WILLIAM T ADM ASST, TO JUNE 7 

FARRELL, GALE ANN CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 

FERRITER, CLAIRE E CLERK, TO FEB. 29 

GALLAGHER, NOREEN M SECRETARY, 

KEANEY, JOHN OAVIO ADM ASST, 

KEEGAN, ROBERT CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

KEYES, G ELIZABETH CLERK, 

KOKONOWSKI, PAUL P ADM ASST, 

LUCHINI, KATHLEEN K SECRETARY, TO APRIL 30 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD BOLLING 

BODINSON, LAURENCE SECRETARY, 

BROWN, CHARLES EDWARD AIDE, FROM APRIL 1 

BROWN, DOLORES L RECEPTIONIST, 

CAMPBELL, JUDY ANN SECRETARY, 

CARTER, DAVIS BLAKE ASSISTANT, 

CARTER, MARY BUSCH CONSULTANT, 

GLORIOSO, STEVEN A AIDE, 

HUDGENS, DEANNA DIXIE CL FRK-STENOGR APHER , 

LEVITT, THOMAS W CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE S 



«4,325.S2 
3,270.48 
3,270.48 
4,747.50 
3,750.00 



4,014.96 
4,800.24 
3,097.23 
7,712.94 
6,269.52 
1,419.90 
4,800.24 
1,630.88 
5,011.26 
12,049.68 
5,538.78 
7,648.74 
3,217.74 
7,712.94 



6,883.86 
2,185.92 

120.00 
8,512.50 
3,428.76 
1,000.00 
7,988.16 
4,789.32 
7,050.90 

270.00 
14,415.36 
7,978.86 
3,840.18 
4,431.00 
1,000.00 



701.42 
8,540.64 

633.92 
10,356.42 
1,098.95 
5,454.00 
13,836.18 
4,600.99 
1,500.00 

633.92 
4,861.62 
8,006.76 

500.00 
1,765.62 
8,006.76 
2,432.96 



15,289.02 
1,707.88 
4,518.06 
5,563.50 
2,447.40 
4,857.22 
2,848.50 
4,608.48 
260.00 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUAR Y 1 TO JUNE 30. 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD BOLLING - CONTINUED 



LEWIS, EL'=ANOR G 
SNIFZEK, RORERT A 
SUMIOA, GLAOYCE T 
UHL, GLADYS R 
WARREN, MYRNIITH MAY 



LEGIS ASST, $6,608.88 

SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 2,561.94 

FXEC SECTY, 7,087.74 

ADM ASST, 15,280.14 

CLERK, 3,867.24 



OFFICE OF HON. FRANK T. ROW 



FALLS, JESSFMINE A 
FRANCE, GEORGE H 
FRAZIER, ERNFST M 
KOCH, MAXINF E 
LEAHY, KEVIN OOYLF 
LFKANOER, GILBERT 
MOLZAN, DONNA JFAN 
MORELAND, SOPHIA 
MURPHY, GRACE ANN 
SAVILLE, RUSSELL P 
STRACHEN, JUDITH S 
WAGNER, DAPHNE J 
WATKINS, LAURA E 
WELSHIMER, MARK J 



SECRETARY, <?,336.85 

SECRETARY, 6,709.98 

CLFRK, 6,499.98 

SECRETARY, 10,736.67 

CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 31 1,000.00 

ADM ASST, 15,297.48 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 15 ... 160.00 

SECRETARY, 6,709.98 

SECRETARY, 5,749.98 

CLERK, 632.52 

SECRETARY, 5,749.98 

CLERK, 3,165.00 

SECRETARY, 3,900.00 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 12 190.00 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN BRAOEMAS 



ARMELIN, PATRICIA ANN 
ASH, VIRGINIA M 
CLARK, LINDA C 
FOX, EDNA T 
GASEOR, KATHLEFN M 
GERSH, MARK 
GILLESPIE, MARY K 
HFNRY, MARGARET R 
HOJNACKI, WILLIAM P 
HYER, GREG RICHARD 
KAISER, CHARLES R 
KING, LINDA DIANE 
LTNDER, MORTON L 
MAROLO, RICHARD L 
MCGEE, MARIE V 
MOFFITT, CHARLES T 
MOONEY, JAMFS P 
RIBARICH, AGNES M 
STEVENS, L NYE, 11 
SUTULA, THOMAS L 
THOMPSON, MFLINDA 

VOOROE, FRANCES M 



SECRETARY, 4,350.00 

RECEPTIONIST, TO JAN. 21 361.67 

SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 1,000.00 

CASEWORKER, T, 249. 98 

SECRETARY, 5,500.02 

RESEARCH ASST, 1,488.00 

CASEWORKER, 3,175.02 

SECRETARY, FROM MAY 2 TO JUNE 3 666.67 

FIELD REP, 5,800.02 

STAFF ASST, FROM MAY 15 690.00 

FROM JUNE 12 AND FROM JUNE 12 332.50 

ROBOTYPE OPERATOR, 1,300.02 

FIELD REP, 5,800.18 

RESEARCHER, FROM FEB. 10 TO MARCH 15 . 995.01 

LEGIS SECTY, TO FEB. 29 1,833.34 

SPECIAL ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 6,666.68 

ADM ASST, 12,416.67 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, 7,350.00 

ADM ASST, TO JAN. 31 1,600.00 

STAFF ASST, FROM MARCH 1 1,800.00 

RECEPTIONIST-SECRETARY, TO FEB. 29 AND 

RECEPTIONIST, FROM MARCH 1 3,416.66 

STAFF ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 . 100.00 



OFFICE OF HON.- FRANK J. BRASCO 



APRIGLIANO, JOHANNA C 
BALOT, MIRIAM EVA 
BOBO, JUDITH R 
CATAPANO, THOMAS FRANK 
OEPAOLI, ALBERT 
FELDERMAN, LENORA 
HAIRS, J AODELINE 
HILL, MAY D 
JURITH, EDWARD H 
KILROY, FRANCIS X 
LOCKE, RUTH 
MANNO, OOMENICK T 
MISIANO, MARY CORAOI 
SABELLA, ANITA D 
SCHEKIRA, JACK R 
SCORDO, ROSE 
SILBEY, IRENE COHEN 
SPINELLI, LOUIS 
STEVENS, SARAH 
WOHL, JOAN ELAINE 



CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 708.33 

CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 999.99 

SECRETARY, 6,241.67 

CLERK, 1,150.02 

CLERK, 4,800.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 .... 260.00 

SECRETARY, TO APRIL 30 2,300.00 

SECRETARY, 6,441.65 

CLERK, FROM MAY 1 1,661.16 

ADM ASST, 7,662.00 

CLERK, FROM JUNF 1 625.00 

CLERK, 6,900.00 

SECRETARY, 8,850.00 

CLERK, 4,208.32 

CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 3,249.99 

3,199.98 

SECRETARY, 1,716.67 

CLERK, TO APRIL 30 2,800.00 

CLERK, 4,000.02 

CLERK, TO APRIL 30 3,333.32 



16 

SALARMoT OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

HFFICF OF HON. WILLIAM G. BRAY 

>^ROMN, MARY J SECTY, $2,899.98 

COOK, DOROTHY W SECRETARY, 5,800.0? 

GTFFIN, PORTIA R SFfTy, 4,900.02 

GORDON, MAXINE C SECTY, 8,350.02 

MARKLAND, GWEN R SECTY, A, 150. 02 

MERKLF, BRUCE F AOM ASST, 15,300.00 

MIFBEL, JANFT LFF SECTY 5,299.98 

PROSSER, CAROL S SECTY, 3,9A9.98 

SARGENT, BARBARA J SECTY, 2,550.00 

SCOTT, NANCY SUE EXEC SEC, TO JAN. 31 AND 

EXEC-PERSONAL SECTY, FROM FEB. 1 7,770.83 

SLATINSHEK, MARY C SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 19 200.00 

VANDERMAST, CAROLE J SECRETARY, 5,250.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JACK 6RINKLEY 

HAMMER, ANN DEGRAZIA PERSONAL SECY, TO MAY 31 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 1 5,856.23 

JARRELL, MARK FLOYD CLERK, FROM JUNE 5 506.95 

L4NEY, LEILA OAVIS SECRETARY-DISTRICT, 4,518.00 

MICKLE, JACK P, SR DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE, 12,589.02 

MILES, DOROTHY H 7,245.00 

PHILLIPS, BEVERLY GAIL CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 12 ... 190.00 

SMITH, RODNEY ALLEN PRESS SECRETARY, 6,685.48 

SOLOMON, HELEN W SECRETAPY-DI STP ICT , 3,559.98 

STOREY, LA ROSE E SECRETARY, 5,910.50 

SULLIVAN, NANCY B SECRETARY-DISTRICT, 3,085.98 

WHEELER, LARRY M ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 15,103.50 

WITTE, RUTH A 6,507.48 

OFFICE OF HON. JACK BROOKS 

BOREN, SUSAN HOPE FROM MAY 1 1,133.34 

BUESING, DONNA C 3,250.02 

CARNEAL, LEE L 4,077.99 

CARTER, DAVIS BLAKE 3,000.00 

ENGLISH, JESSE L FROM JI.INE 15 53.33 

EVANS, CATHERINE ANN TO APRIL 21 2,764.82 

FLEISCHMANN, DRUENETTE 3,750.00 

GELMAN, ANOREA S FROM APRIL 1 2,000.01 

GENOERSON, BRUCE R FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 750.00 

GOSIER, ANN M TQ FEB. 29 1,166.66 

HANSEN, JANE S 1,000.02 

HARE, DIANE LYNN FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 750.00 

HILTERBRICK, FAYC 4,219.98 

JAMESON, DAVID FROM JUNE 1 1,000.00 

JONES, WILLIAM MARK ADM ASST, 11,999.98 

JOSEPH, GWENDOLYN FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 1,000.00 

LEWIS, DORETHEA E CLERK, 3,798.00 

MATTS, DOROTHY SHARON 6,750.00 

MCGOWN, MICHAEL E 3,750.00 

NELSON, SHARON ELAINE FROM JUNE 1 1,000.00 

NOVOGROD, NANCY JANE TO JAN. 10 194.44 

OMALLEY, ANN LYNN CLERK, TO MARCH 22 1,936.10 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM S. BROOMFIELD 

BRYAN, CONRADFNE M SECRETARY, 3,702.07 

CARLISLE, LESLIE C FROM MARCH 1 950.00 

COMER, NANCY G SECRETARY, 5,865.5] 

CONSTANTIN, SARAH L SFCTY, 3,549.98 

FORBES, NANCY ANNE SECRETARY, TO JAN. 16 417.24 

GRANT, ROBERT E lEGIS ASST, TO APRIL 30 AND RESEARCH 

ASST, FROM MAY 1 4,083.34 

HOLLAND, WILLIAM M CLFRK, TO MAY 31 AND FROM JUNE 5 2,339.33 

LUI-4S, SANDRA A SECTY, 3,583.32 

PATTON, JOANNA SUE FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 12 283.33 

SCHLAPAK, ELAINE M CASE WORKER, 4,200.02 

SINCLAIR, C GORDON CLERK, 1,200.00 

SINCLAIR, JOHN R ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 11,041.66 

SULLIVAN, BARBARA J CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

FEB. 1 3,937.49 

THOMSON, KATHLFFN I SECTY, 2,633.34 

TOMAN, THOMAS L OIST OFFICE MGR., 6,197.67 



I 17 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



QFFrCE TF HON. WILLIAM S. RR^n^1FIFL^I - COMTTNUEn 

VFRRY, r&RPil 'VBIGaiL SFCETARY, FROM APRIL 3 



tl ,711.10 



OFFICE OF HON. DONALD G. ROOTZMAN 

ftZURFt JUDITH M SECTY, TO MAY 31 AND FROM JUNF S 

BRYANT, CHFSTA BELL STENOGRAPHER, 

CHALMERS, WALTON M, II CLERK, Tn JAN. ^1 AND CLEPK-T YP F ST, 

FROM FEB. 1 TO MAY 31 AND TECHNICIAN, 
FROM JUNE 1 

DEFSF, SUSAN HALL 

OELCOUR, DAVID W 

EVANS, JAMES D CLERK, 

FORTTER, DIANNE L CLERK-TYPIST, FR^^1 JUNE 6 

FRITTS, JANIS L SECRETARY, 

HALL, JEAN HUTTO SECRETARY, 

HINES, VERNA 8 CASE WORKER, 

KEYS, HARRIETT E SECRETARY, 

REED, JAMES A RESEARCH ASST, 

RORISON, VIRGINIA SECRETARY, 

SINGLETON, ELIZABETH SECTY, 

SLOVEK, FLORENCE J FXEC SECRETARY, 

TONSING, ROBERT L, JR ADM ASST, 

OFFICE OF HON. CLARFNCF J. BROWN 

BROOKS, JOSEPH A INTERN, TO APRIL 30 

COOLFY, JAMFS V, JR SECRFTARY, 

ECKSTRAND, CLIFFORD G INTERN, FROM MAY 1 TO JUNE 3 

FLORY, DIANE F SECRFTARY, 

GANO, VIRGINIA C SECRETARY, 

GREENING, JAMES CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

HARPSTER, MARGARET FXFCUTIVE SECRETARY, 

HFIOINGER, JAMES V, TI CLERK, FROM JAN. 1*5 

INSIEY, SUSAN JANE SECRETARY, 

KING, WAYNE R PUBLIC REL SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 AND 

PRESS SECTY, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 
AND PRESS RELATIONS SECTY, FROM MARCH 
I 

MIKSCH, THOM&S JAMES INTERN, FROM JUNE 1? 

MILLER, MARGARET K SECRETARY, 

MURPHY, MICHAEL EUGENE CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 31 

SCHECK, JAY T, JR LEGISLATIVE ASST, FROM APRIL 1 

SHARPF, DOROTHY M SECRETARY, 

SPENCER, SHIRLEY D SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 

WARRINGTON, FRANK OIST SFCRETARY, 

WHITEHEAD, MARY LOUISE 'SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. GARRY BROWN 

BARRACK, BEVERLY A CLERK, FROM JAN. 10 

DELONG, DEANNA LEE CLERK, 

GREENE, BARBARA W CLERK, TO APRIL 30 AND LEGIS SECY, 

FROM MAY 5 

HOWARD, ALYCE V CLERK, 

LAMPMANN, JOHN W CLERK, 

MATHES, DONALD T TO JUNE 15 

NOOR, ELIZABETH SUE CLERK, 

ROSS, RICHARD S CLERK, FROM JUNF 12 

SOLI, LEWIS E CLERK, 

WIDDER, THEODORF C, III LEGIS ASST, FROM MAY 10 

YOHN, SHFLIA ANN CLERK, 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES T. BROYHILL 

APPELQUIST, CAROL L SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 12 

CASTLE, RITa L SFCRETARY, 

CLAYTON, MARY LYNN SECRETARY, 

CLEMENTS, BARBARA A SECRETARY, 

DAWSON, WILMA P SECRFTARY, 

EDWARDS, EDVTHE MAE SECTY, 

GUFFEY, NELLIE W SECRFTARY, 



^,595.5A 
1,392.90 



3,177.R4 
3,93l.?'5 
9,392. 10 
1 , SOD. 00 
332.23 
3,729.00 
4,699.98 
3,931.25 
3,000.00 
4,537.50 
4, BOO. 00 
3,322.98 
7,388.32 
15,286.50 



3, 184.98 
5,957.82 

832.56 
3,795.54 
3,795.54 

300.00 

11,541. 18 

2,017.25 

4,662.83 



8,640.01 
205.83 
4,519.08 
1,000.00 
4,374.9Q 
5,878.32 
1, 170.00 
°, 380. 52 
4,202.00 



4,987.50 
6,750.00 

5,749.98 
5,125.02 
8,625.00 
10,083.32 
3,625.02 
205.83 
7,500.00 
2,195.84 
3,625.02 



1,711.67 
4,624.98 
4,855.02 
4,639.98 
2,110.02 
4,999.98 
4,429.98 



1& 

{SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUAR Y r TO JUNE 30, 1972-HContlnu_ed 

OFFICF OF HON. JAMES T. BROYHILL - CONTINUED 

HFNRY, MARY CLAIRE SECTY, $4,695.00 

HOLTON, WILLIAM M RESEARCH ASST, 4,750.02 

KELL, RICHARD C CLERK, 2,408.35 

KIMRERLIN, JOSEPHINE SECRETARY, 4,429.98 

SMITH, MARGARET DI ANNE SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 1 666.67 

SROOES, CECILE Z SECRETARY, 7,384.98 

STITT, CAROL RESEARCH ASST, FROM MAY 1 2,500.00 

WARD, RRENDA WILKES SECRETARY, 4,500.00 

MEIS8R0D, HANNO C STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 31 1,333.33 

OFFICE OF HON. JOEL T. BROYHILL 

ADAMS, THOMAS E, JR SPECIAL ASST, 9,150.00 

ANDERSON, JACK ASSISTANT, TO FEB. 29 800.00 

APPEL, FREDRIC C RESEARCH ASST, FROM MAY 1 400.00 

FENTON, KAY K SECRETARY, 4,549.98 

FITZCFRALD, BARBARA ANN SECRETARY, FROfI JUNE 1 200.00 

HARMON, JEAN H PERSONAL SECRETARY, 8,100.00 

HOCTOR, HARRIET W SECRETARY, 3,900.00 

KOENIG, CLAIRE SECRETARY, 4,549.98 

KROUT, HOMER LEE ADM ASST, 15,150.00 

MCCANN, ELIZABETH C LEGISASST, 9,150.00 

MCCARTHY, KATHLEEN P CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 .... 260.00 

NFFF, EDWIN RESEARCH ASST, TO APRIL 30 800.00 

NELLOR, EDWARD K RESEARCH ASST, FROM JUNE 1 200.00 

NELLOR, REGINA H RESEARCH ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO MAY 31 1,200.00 

SHAFTON, SHIPLEY F SECRETARY, 7,099.9B 

SPENGER, MARTHA SECRETARY, 5,149.98 

WALLACE, JANIE SECRETARY, 3,900.00 

WHITE, DONNA JEAN SECRETARY, 4,200.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN BUCHANAN 

ORAGNICH, LINDA T CHIEF CASEWORKER, 5,500.02 

DUDLEY, NANCY B LEGIS ASST, TO JAN. 31 1,413.67 

GOLDEN, CAROLYN R EXEC ASST DISTRICT OFFICE, 6,114.00 

JONES, RANSOM D DISTRICT FIELD REP, 4,904.18 

KAY, THOMAS ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

LEONARD, KAYE C DISTRICT OFFICE SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 

15 2,120.00 

MANN, JANEAN L EXEC ASST, 9,750.00 

DARKER, KIMBERLY C CLERK-TYPIST, 2,635.43 

PROSEK, LINDA RECEPTIONIST, 4,949.98 

RICH, ROBIN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 19 ... 120.00 

SMITH, EFFIE MARLENE LEGIS SECY, FROM JAN. 17 4,783.33 

TERZIU, MARY ELLEN CASEWORKER, TO FEB. 29 1,604.66 

WELOEN, WILLIAM EDGAR DISTRICT P EPRFSENT ATI VE, FROM MAY 1 .. 2,500.00 

WILLIE, LOUIS STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 300.00 

OFFICE OF HON. J. HERBERT BURKE 

BLACKBURN, LOIS LFGIS AIDE, TO JAN. 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

FFR. 1 5,058.32 

BROOKS, GALE LEGIS SECTY, TO JAN. 31 AND CLERK, 

FROM FEB. 1 4,600.00 

CLAYPOOL, WILMA CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 12 318.93 

CURELLA, J GENE PRESS AIDE, 8,599.98 

DEXTER, CAROL A CLERK, 2,950.78 

FARNSWORTH, JANICE C SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

FEB. 1 4,400.02 

FINK, BENJAMIN W CLERK, 1,078.98 

HINES, ALBIN H 2,968.56 

HVAST4, JOHN ADMIN AIDE, 11,250.00 

INSCO, JACK P DIST OFFICE SUPVR, TO MARCH 31 AND 

DISTRICT AIDF, FROM APRIL 1 3,699.99 

KAYNER, CHARLEEN SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

FEB. 1 5,099.98 

LEEDS, ROBERT L LEGAL AOV- LEGIS AIDE, FROM MARCH 1 TO 

APRIL 15 2,224.99 



19 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972--^ntinued 



OFFTCF OF HON. J. HERBERT BURKE - CONTINUFD 

MALANFY, ELINOR L SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

FEB. 1 $6,037.48 

RICH, REGINA ELIZABETH SECRETARY, FROM MAY 23 591.12 

WATTS, SUZANNE S SECRETARY, TO FEB. I'i 1,000.00 

WINER, ILENE FRANCES SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 AND CLFRK, FROM 

FFB. 1 3,974.98 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMFS A. BURKE 

RARON, 4N0REW CIERK, TO APRIL 30 466.00 

CROWNOVER, JOAN F STENO/SFCTY, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 

AND CLERK, FROM MAY 1 411.71 

DAGOSTINO, YVETTE R CLERK, 5,313.00 

DORFMAN, JONATHAN M CLERK, FROM JUNE 19 75.00 

KING, JOHN J EXEC SECTY-FCONOMI ST, 8,925.00 

LARKIN, ROBERT F, JR CLERK, TO JUNE 16 553.33 

MANCIAS, EDNA C LEGIS ASST, 5,275.02 

MAYO, ROBIN RECEPTt ONI ST/ST END , TO MARCH 31 AND 

STENOGRAPHER/SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 . 4,004.50 

MCGTLVEARY, ROBERT D ASST VETS AFF COORD, 4,852.98 

MEYER, DIANA A ASST AGENCY COORDINATOR, TO MAY 23 ... 3,059.01 

MIDMAN, JOY SECRETARY, FROM MAY 24 719.44 

MOORE, EDWARD J ADM ASST, 14,432.52 

NEDDER, EDWARD T CLERK, 2,725.02 

PARKER, JACQUELINE AGENCY COORDINATOR, 4,747.50 

PHILLIPS, KEVIN P CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

RYAN, JOHN F, JR VETS AFF COORD, 7,822.50 

SWARTZ, DEBORAH ASST LEGIS ASST, 4,800.00 

TUOHY, MARY J ASST TO ADMIN ASST, 6,063.00 

VASAS, CHRISTINA E SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 AND ASST AGENCY 

COORDINATOR, FROM JUNE 1 3,352.48 

OFFICF OF HON. OMAR BURLESON 

CESSNA, SHIRLEY RAY LEGIS CLERK, TO JUNE 23 4,309.14 

CURTIS, JUDITH S OFFICF MANAGFR, 15,300.00 

GRUBRS, WALTER B DISTRICT MGR , 10,340.52 

HOOVER, CLAUDIA M SECTY, 6,495.48 

JENKE, KAREN LOIS CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 7 .... 240.00 

KING, ARMAN D FIFLD REP, 5,584.50 

KUREK, KATHRYN C SECTY, 6,931.02 

MCCRAY, LINDA LEA SECTY TO OFFICE MGR, FROM JUNE 5 650.00 

MEEK, ELSIE H SECTY, 8,092.50 

PHILLIPS, ZENO J 6,751.98 

OFFICE OF HON. BILL D. BURLISON 

BECK, LENZIE MANFORD CLERK, 4,800.24 

BENTON, PATRICIA FERN CLERK, 2,795.76 

CLAIR, HARRIET JANE CLERK, TO APRIL 30 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

MAY 1 3,911.92 

DICKERSON, DONALD L 3,256.08 

DIVERS, MINNA R CLFRK, i 6,382.74 

ERNST, JOANN CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MAY 31 1,950.00 

HEROD, JAMES W CLERK, 5,429.40 

MYKLAND, SUSAN E CLERK, TO APRIL 30 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

MAY 1 3,911.92 

NUTTER, JOHN F LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT 5,011.26 

PROSSER, MICHAL SUE EXEC SECRETARY, 10,800.00 

RHYNE, MILDRED B SECRETARY, 3,209.01 

SCHFRER, FRED L, JR CLERK, FROM MARCH 3 2,163.33 

STACY, JANE COOPER RESEARCH S PUB REL ASST, TO FEB. 29 .. 916.66 
WALLS, QUEENIE CLERK, TO APRIL 30 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

MAY 1 3,859.18 

WILSON, LEONARD H CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 500.00 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY J TO JUNE 30. 1 972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. PHILLIP BURTON -- , . 



BEFMAN, JOSIAH H 
BUTrHE"?, WIILIAM A 
COLFMAN, NINA ANN 

CONLON, HELEN M 
HARDY, LEROY C 

HUBBARD, LINDA C 
KENNEDY, SUSAN 
KIEL IGER, FRANK J 
KRAUSE, PATRICIA A 
LACEY, CHRISTINE 
LEQNG, NANCY M 

MARTINEZ, NICOMEDFS J 
MCCARTHY, RICHARD D 

RICKS, MARIAN G 

S4PSFIELD, EDWIN S 

SELLERS, GARY B 
SHEAN, MAURICE J 

THOMAS, DORIS R 
WINKFL, ADRIAN P 



ASSISTANT, FROM APRIL 1 t300.00 

CLFRK, TO MAY 31 500.00 

LFGIS ASST, TO JAN. 31 AND SECRETARY, 

FROM FEB. I 6,250.00 

ASSISTANT, 600.00 

CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 AND 

FROM JUNE 1 200.00 

SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 .. 841.66 

CLERK, 4,999.98 

CLERK, 12,000.00 

CLERK, 600.00 

CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 699.34 

CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

FEB. 1 5,208.33 

CLERK, 4,999.98 

SPECIAL ASST, TO JAN. 31 AND 

ASSISTANT, FROM FEB. 1 TO MARCH 31 ... 2,330.68 

CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

FEB. 1 4,708.35 

CLERK, TO FEB. 29 AND ASSISTANT, FROM 

MARCH 1 7,750.00 

CLERK, 1,000.02 

CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 13 AND AIDE, 

FROM JUNF 1 2,225.00 

ASST, 9,016.66 

ASSISTANT, 12,999.98 



OFFICE OF HON. JAMES A. BYRNE 



ANDERSON, DAVID A 
BOCCELLA, ALFRED M 
BOCCELLA, ANNE 
BOGGS, EDITH H 
DIGIROLAMO, NATE 
DOYLE, JOSEPH E 
HAGAN, JAMES F 
LOUGHRAN, JOSEPH J 
LYNCH, ANNE M 
MEAOES, EDNA M 
ONEAL, SHIRLEY M 

POLCINO, DELORES P 
RAMSEY, RUTH ARLINE 

REESE, ANNA 
SEGEL, MICHAEL 
SMITH, ALBERTA 
SMITH, REGINA B 

WFIHS, GLORIA E 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

CLERK, TO FEB. 29 1,118.16 

CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 2,236.32 

CLERK, 2,389.50 

CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 1,166.68 

CLERK, 12,348.48 

CLERK, 1,498.84 

CLERK, 886.02 

CLERK, 2,236.50 

CLERK, 4,172.52 

CLERK, TO APRIL 30 AND SECTY, FROM MAY 

1 11,246.34 

CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 1,444.50 

CLERK, TO APRIL 30 AND ADM ASST, FROM 

MAY 1 14,947.34 

CLERK, 2,389.50 

CLERK, TO MARCH 31 1,426.74 

CLERK, 2,557.98 

CLERK, TO APRIL 30 AND SECTY, FROM MAY 

1 6,519.32 

CLERK, TO APRIL 30 AND SECTY, FROM MAY 

1 7,457.84 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN W. BYRNES 



CUMMINGS, AUDREY DELL 
OECOCK, ROSEMARY 
GLENN, MARJORIE C 
MELF, MARJORIE ANN 
MONTAGUE, PHOEBE A 
RANDLETT, CATHERINE C 
SCHUCK, JAROLD R 
SLAUGHTER, GENE K 
SMITS, JAMES H 
SOLARI, STEPHANIE A 



CLERK, 2,328.47 

SECRETARY, 3,165.00 

SECRETARY, 6,804.78 

SECRETARY, 5,064.00 

SECRETARY, 4,483.74 

SECRETARY, 4,800.24 

STAFF ASST, 9,706.02' 

CLERK, 1,000.02 

LEGIS ASST, , 9,706.02 

SECRETARY 6,963.00 



OFFICE OF HON.. GOODLOE F. BYRON 



ATKINSON, ROBERT H 
BARKMAN, MARGARET JANE 
BORLAND, ALBERT S 
80WSFR, FMMA JANE 
FIELDS, DEBORAH WALTON 
GILSTRAP, JAMES 
KATH, KATHERINE A 



EXECUTIVE ASST, 8,946.42 

SECRETARY, 2,110.02 

SPECIAL ASST, 2,899.98 

SECTY, 2,532.00 

SECRETARY, 3,296.88 

CLFRK, 1,000.00 

SECRETARY, 4,267.47 



I 21 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICF OF HON. GOnOLOE F. BYRON - CONTINUED 

LFPSKI, VIVIAN DIST ASST, t2,'f00.00 

LINOSEY, JOYPE CaPOL SErRETAPY, 3,'V28.76 

MAIN, SHAIJNA H SECRETARY, FROM JUNF 1? 190.00 

MOSS, MARVIN F LEGIS ASST, 7,548.51 

PRICE, JOSEPH 8, JR FIELO REP, 3,6<?2.52 

SOLOMON, OOPIS B EXEC SECRETARY, 8,946.42 

WAKEFIELO, KAREN E SECRETARY, 4,473.18 

OFFICF OF HON. FARLE CABELL 

BASKIN, COURTENIAY E CONGRE SSIONAl INTERN, FROM JUNE I .... 300.00 

8AYNAR0, SALLY ANN SECRETARY, TO APRIL 30 AND FROM MAY 5 4,193.33 

CONDRAY, THELMA JO 5,060.34 

ENGLEMAN, MIKE ASSISTANT, FROM JUNF 1 755.95 

GLOSSERMAN, LESLIE SECRETARY, 4,954.15 

GPINDBERG, JENNIE SFCRETARY, 8,470.0? 

HART, HUGH GLEN, JR ADM ASST, 13,187.52 

JORDAN, CAROLYN P 2,610.60 

KINTZ, VIRGINIA LEE SECRETARY, 3,150.00 

PARISH, ROBERT L, JR 4,649.40 

PIETZSCH, SIDNEY G ADM ASST, 10,791.24 

PUGH, FRANKIE A SECRETARY, 5,275.02 

ROGERS, HERSCHEL J, JR ASSISTANT, TO JAN. 31 500.00 

TUNSTALL, HARRY M, III ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 20 2,356.67 

WILLIAMS, LON R, JR SPECIAL ASST, TO FEB. 6 1,002.25 

MOYNOSKI, MARION SECRETARY, 5,624.11 

OFFICE OF HON. PATRICK T. CAFFERY 

BULLOCK, STEPHEN G CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 600.00 

CROWE, JUDY A SECRETARY, 3,692.52 

MASUMIAN, ALBERTA PERSONAL SECRETARY, 8,025.15 

MCBRIDE, CHARLES W EXEC ASST, 9,495.00 

MIRE, CLAIRE P DISTRICT SECTY, 2,971.62 

PARENT, MICHELE A SECRETARY, TO MARCH 31 2,057.25 

PARRO, RANDOLPH H ADM ASST, 10,477.18 

RILEY, IRVING N CLERK, 678.96 

ROBINSON, LINDA K SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 1 TO JUNE 20 .... 472.22 

WATTIGNY, CHARLES C DISTRICT ASSISTANT, 7,050.90 

WOODWARD, KATHERINE F SECRETARY, 5,826.27 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN N. HAPPY CAMP 

BURPO, JO ANN 2,072.10 

GEOGHEGAN, CLAIRE M SECRETARY, 5,083.32 

MCNEICE, NIKKI D LEGIS SECTY, FROM MARCH 1 3,083.34 

MILLER, JOAN C SECRETAP Y-CASEWORKFR , FROM APRIL 1 ... 2,333.34 

MOYER, WILLIAM A 5,400.00 

OFRRING, HFLFM JOYCE 5,072.88 

ROBERTS, DIANE L SECRFTAPY, 4,483.32 

SFAL, BETTY B SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM FEB. 5 

TO FEB. 10 933.64 

SNODGRASS, WILLIAM G 3,183.24 

SOUTHARD, JOAN M ADMIN ASST, 10,429.98 

SWAIN, BEVERLY B CLFRK, TO APRIL 30 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

MAY 1 3,583.32 

OFFICE OF HON. HUGH L. CAREY 

AKINS, MILDRED 10,356.42 

BOLLENBACHER, JAMES T TO APRIL 30 6,311.13 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM F TO FEB. 29 2,500.00 

CHONOLES, DOROTHY E FROM FEB. 1 2,000.00 

CONNIFF, THOMAS A 2,178.84 

DFMPSEY, MAPTIN J FROM APRIL 1 TO JUNF 25 2,550.00 

DOME, CHARLES TO JAN. 31 1,055.00 

DONDERFWICZ, MARY E 1,650.00 

FLANAGAN, JOHN M, JR FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 1,756.25 

FOLEY, WILLIAM R, HI CLERK, TO JAN. 31 934.15 

JOHNSON, KAREN E 3,824.40 



I 22 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



nFFICE OF HON. HUGH t. CftREY - CONTIMUFH 



KUrOYNE, FS&NCIS P 
LEOMaRH, SUSAN V 
LEVINSKY, RITA 
MARCIGLIANin, LUCRETIA 
MCC'BEi WINIFRED S 
PRENDERVII.LE, JOHN M 
OUINN, THOMAS St III 
ROSENTHAL, HAROLD 
SCHRAUR, BEN 
SEALF, LAURA 
STEWART, CESIA G 
WTN-^TON, JEANNI M 
WONG, WAI SO 



FROM JUNE ?6 

FROM JUNE 1 

FROM FEB. 1 

FROM JUNF 1 

FROM JUNE 1 

LEGIS ASST, 

FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 31 
TO MAY 31 



$42'5.00 
2,?40.00 
5,?75.00 

466.67 
4,fl61.62 
6,866.70 

600.00 
5,53R.78 
1,740.78 
1,740.78 
1,800.00 
4,628.65 
4,165.80 



OFFICE OF HON. CLIFFARD D. CARLSON 



BENSON, HAZFL M 
CAREY, JEAN 
DICKSON, ALLAH F 
GORRELL, HOWARD L 
HEFFLEY, GAY J 
LUSKEY, CHARLFNF E 
MAGILL, JAMES N 
ORR, R03ERT W, JR 
OFAK, WILBUR J 
RAHN, STEPHEN P 
SIMPSON, JOHN B 
WAGLEY, DORIS ANN 
WAKF, MARGARET J 
WREN, CYNTHIA M 



DISTRICT OFFKE CLERK, FROM MAY 1 .... 600.00 

SECRETARY, FROM APRIL ? 2,846.60 

SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 5 5,016.67 

STAFF ASST, FROM APRIL 4 1,208.34 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 5 3,015.73 

CLE^K, FROM MAY 15 766.67 

STAFF ASST, FROM APRIL 4 1,208.34 

CLERK, FROM AORR 11 1,600.00 

SPECIAL ASSISTANT, FROM APRIL 11 2,226.67 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASST, FROM APRIL 5 .... 5,972.24 

SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 5 2,795.00 

DISTRICT OFFICE SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 1,200.00 

DISTRICT OFFICE SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 1,200.00 



OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES J. CARNEY 



ARLEDGE, GLORIA J 



BOWMAN, BARBARA ANN 
CAMPBELL, MADELON V 

CAi'NEY, ROBERT T 
DANCEY, RUTH A 

DISTEFANO, ANTHONY J 
DURKIN, BRIDGET 
HALECKO, SHIRLEY ANN 
JONES, SHIRLEY A 

KEEGAN, PATRICIA M 
KELLY, WILLIAM L 
KEYES, THOMAS J, JR 
KIMMELMAN, JAY MARC 
KING, JAMFS L, III 
MCNALLY, JAMES M 
MICHAEL, SANDRA A 

PALLANTE, RAL^H 
STEVENS, PAUL E 
SULLIGAN, JOHN 
TILLMAN, JAMES M 

WFlNBi^RGFR, JEFFREY H 



RFCFPTIONIST-SECTY, FROM MARCH 1 TO 
APRIL 30 AND PERSONAL SECTY, FROM MAY 

1 2,716.66 

SECRETARY, TO FEB. 29 1,666.66 

GENERAL SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 TO MAY 31 3,479.16 

RESEARCH ASST, TO APRIL 30 1,200.00 

SFCTY-CASE WORKER, TO JAN. 31 AND 

CASE WORKER, FROM FEB. 1 4,791.67 

EXECUTIVE SECTY, 6,958.33 

DISTRICT CLERK, 2,666.63 

DIST OFFICE SECTY, -FROM JUNE 1 300.00 

SFCTY-TYPIST, TO JAN. 31 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 3,958.35 

GENERAL SECTY, FROM JUNE 1 583.33 

DIST REP, 2,500.02 

ADM ASST, 11,816.68 

DIST PRESS SECTY, FROM MARCH 1 2,800.00 

ACCOUNTANT, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 . 300.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNF 16 ... 150.00 
SFCTY-TYPIST, TO JAN. 31 AND 

LEGISLATIVE SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 ... 3,791.67 

DISTRICT OFFICE REP, 4,500.00 

DISTRICT ADMIN AIDE, 13,118.83 

DISTRICT OFFICE REP, 4,999.98 

DISTRICT AIDE, TO FEB. 29 AND 

MINORITY RFPRESENTATI VE, FROM MARCH 1 2,666.66 

CLERICAL ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 1 TO JUNE 

20 500.00 



OFFICE OF HON. TIM LEF CARTER 

BROCK, MARTA BETH 
COOK, NANCY ELIZABETH 
DAVIS, CAROLINE MA^IE 
DEHNEL, KATHLEEN W 



SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 .. 750.00 

<;ECRETAPY, FROM JUNE 12 287.11 

CASE WORKER, FROM MAY 5 1,166.67 

EXEC SECRETARY, 8,982.48 



23 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 19 72— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. TIM LEE CARTER - CONTINUED 



DOWNEY, COY 



FRANCISCO, DOUGLAS L 
GUROZIEL, MARY J 
HAMMER, DOYLE R 
HAYES, SHERRY MERRILL 
HENDERSON, CHARLES V 
H0LC0M8, J B 
KIATTA, LOUISE 
MATTINGLY, JOANN 
MCDOWELL, PATRICIA ANN 
MIDOLETON, BFN 
MORGAN, ROBERT I 
PERKINS, N B 
PETERCHEFF, DORIS G 
PYLES, AARON 



ROBBINS, GUS 
SHARP, JOSH P 



SLAUGHTER, JAMES 
SOPER, JANET A 



FIELD SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 
29 AND FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 AND 

FR&M JUNE 1 

ADMIN 4SST, 

CASE WORKER, 

DISTRICT SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY, TO FEB. 29 

LEGIS ASST, 

CASE WORKER, 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

SECTY, TO FEB. 2° 

FIELD SECTY, 

FIELD SECRETARY, 

DISTRICT SECRETARY, 

DISTRICT SECRETARY, 

FIELD SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM 
MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 AND FROM MAY 1 TO 

MAY 31 ., 

FIELD SECTY, FROM MARCH 1 TO MAY 31 .. 
FIELD SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 
29 AND FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 AND 

FROM JUNE 1 

FIELD SECTY, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM MARCH 
1 TO MARCH 31 AND FROM MAY I TO MAY 31 
SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 8 



sugg'f.oi 

Q,52'».99 
4,041.67 
4,800.00 
1,230.84 
5,123.74 
1,578.48 
7,777.02 
300.00 
1,299.66 
1,664.52 
5,237.01 
3,552.00 
4,472.52 



3,600.00 
2,333.33 



2,086.91 
2,354.17 



OFFICE OF HON. BOB CASEY 



BURNEY, LAURA F 
niSCHINGER, EDITH J 
EPWIN, ALAN P 
FORBES, NANCY ANNE 
GILMORE, STEVEN C 
GRAVES, ALICE A 

HEROLO, RTTA 
HOOT, GARY 

MCHONE, JENNY DELANE 
NAUGHTON, BARBARA A 
PASSMANN, JULIA R 
SHEPARD, MARY P 
TIMKO, FLORENCE 
WARREN, GRACE E 



SECRETARY, 5,591.52 

SECRETARY, 5,674.98 

PRESS SECTY, 9,333.34 

SECRETARY, FROM JAN. 17 4,783.33 

SECRETARY, 1,646.82 

ASST PRESS SECTY, FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 

12 420.00 

SECRETARY, ; 4,549.98 

INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 303.33 

SECRETARY, 7,150.02 

SECRETARY, 5,050.02 

SECRETARY, 6,900.00 

SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 2,750.00 

SECRETARY, 14,208.33 

SECRETARY, 5,899.98 



OFFICE OF HON. ELFORD A. CEDERBERG 



BEYDA, RACHELLE 
BOSCH, JONE M 
DIG8Y, JAMES K 
FORGASH, MICHAEL A 
HATHAWAY, MICHAEL D 
HIGHFIELD, .DEBORAH S 
HODGE, KATHRYN 
MARTIN, WILLIAM EARL 
ORTIZ, BONADONNA 
RAMAGE, FRANKIE C 
RUSSELL, GARY G 
SCHWEIGERT, ESTHER N 
SMITH, ELIZABETH E 
SPARLING, JAMES M, III 
STOLZ, RONALD WILLARD 



RECEPTIONIST-SECRETARY, 5,374.98 

CLERK, TO JAN. 31 400.00 

STAFF ASST, TO APRIL 30 1,400.00 

15,300.00 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 31 2,916.67 

CLERK, 3,979.15 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 416.67 

LEGIS ASST, FROM MARCH 1 4,916.68 

SECRETARY, 5,250.00 

SECRETARY, 9,125.00 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 500.00 

SECRETARY, 5,250.00 

SECRETARY, 4,049.98 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 600.00 

DISTRICT LIAISON, 8,125.02 



OFFICE OF HON. EMANUEL CELLER 



DOUGHERTY, MARY A 
KIDD, ALBA L 
LASHLEY, ALLEN 
LEVINE, PEARL 
LOUIS, MARGARET M 
ROSENBAUM, LEWIS H 
ROSENFELD, ELI 



SECRETARY, 15,300.00 

CLERK, 6,719.40 

CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 1,250.01 

CLERK, 1,975.50 

CLERK, 4,753.14 

CLERK, 1,975.62 

CLERK, 3,956.82 



24_ 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICF OF HON. EMflNUFL CELLEP - CONTINUED 

SCHLOSSBERG, JERRY CLERK, t6,979.45 

SH4KIN, FLORENCE CLERK, ,.. 2,848.80 

STEWART, PATRICIA D CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 708.33 

TANIS, CAROLYN D CLERK ^(,897. 80 

WHITE, MINNIE SECRETARY, 15,297.48 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES E. CHAMBERLAIN 

BRU6GEL, DAVID R CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 433.33 

CHRISTENSEN, BERNICE E SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 600.00 

COMM, ANN F SECRETARY, 8,583.35 

COVELL, CATHERINE M SECRETARY, 7,375.02 

CRANMER, RALPH B CLERK, TO MAY 31 1,150.00 

FOSTER, SUSAN D CLERK, TO MARCH 24 1,400.00 

GOLD, BETTY L SECRETARY, 6,625.02 

JOHNSON, RUTH R SECRETARY, 5,750.00 

JONES, JEFFERY R STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 250.00 

KENNEDY, THEODORE R RESEARCH ASST., 7,041.67 

KILMER, JOHN QUIRK CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

LUMPKIN, JANE T SECRETARY, 7,375.02 

MAUS, JANET N PRESS ASST, FROM JUNE 1 450.00 

MCALISTER, JUDITH ANN SECRETARY, 4,875.00 

MCFaoOFN, ROBERT H ADM ASST., 12,874.98 

ROBINSON, BEULAH I SECRETARY, 3,750.00 

SCHWESINGER, BETTY E SECTY, FROM JUNE 1 436.83 

SOUTHWELL, B JOE CLERK, 1,033.35 

STITT, CAROL D STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 31 1,100.00 

OFFICE OF HON. BILL CHAPPELL, JR. 

ALLEN, SHIRIFY L SECRETARY, TO FEB. ?9 1,716.66 

AYCnCK, JANE B SECTY, 3,292.66 

BOWMAN, BARBARA ANN SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 3,333.32 

CHAMBERLAIN, LOU B 5,650.00 

OFNSON, JOHN J AIDE, 3,750.00 

OUPREE, ANN SECRETARY, 4,570.00 

GARVER, CHARLOTTE C CASE WORKER, 6,300.02 

HERBERT, ELLEN E SECRETARY, 3,450.02 

HOOKER, THOMAS E ADM ASST, 12,600.02 

MCANEAR, KATHLEEN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 .... 260.00 

MCBURNFY, JEANE BROWN RESEARCH ASST, 6,850.02 

PILCHER, CLARA L SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 1,433.32 

ROBINSON, ROBERT P, III PERSONAL AIOF, 5,925.00 

STANSFIELO, MARY JO LEGIS AIDE, 6,625.02 

STOCK, RICHARD H LEGIS ASST, FROM MARCH 1 5,100.01 

YORK, FRED M, JR PRESS AIDE, 6,921.66 

OFFICE OF HON. SHIRLEY CHISHOLM 

ALLEN, ADELE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE I .... 300.00 

SUTLER, HELEN C GENERAL SECRETARY, 4,249.98 

DAVIS, JEAN A PRESS SECTY, FROM MARCH 1 3,166.68 

DORFN, ARLENE E .-.-.-,.. 3,554.28 

DORY, BARBARA A SECRETARY, 3,750.00 

DOWNS, SHIRLEY ANN 7,586.82 

ELSON, GARY STAFF ASST, 1,000.02 

GARRETT,, THADDEUS, JR RESEARCH ASST, 7,500.00 

HOLDER, WESLEY M 8,260.56 

HOWARD, WILLIAM R 2,683.80 

HUMPHREY, MARION A RESEARCH ASST, 1,999.98 

LATTIMORE, PATRICIA W PRESS AIDE, TO FFB. 27 1,741.67 

RICHARDSON, JOYCE C CLERK TyPIST, TO MAY 31 1,666.65 

ROBLFS, VICTOR L ASST DISTRICT REP, 4,999.98 

SIMMONS, ANDREA T CASE WORKER, 4,249.98 

SMITH, CAROLYN J EXEC ASST 14,500.02 



2b 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. DONALD D. CLANCY 



ALKIRE, REBFCCA A 
HEIN, MARJORie R 
HOST, DEBRA L 
OALMER, MARTHA JANE 
PHELAN, WULTAM R, JR 
RYLAND, LINUS J 
SHEPPARO, NANCY E 
VnL7, ROBERT JOHN 
WAGNER, ARLO T 
WHITE, SARAH ELIZABETH 

ZULAGER, DOROTHY M 



SECRETARY, TO APRIL 7 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, 


FROM JUNE 12 ... 


FROM JUNE 12 


CLERK, FROM APRIL 24 




RECEPTIONIST, 






ADM ASST, 


CASEWORKER, FROM FEB. 
AND FROM MAY 5 


7 TO APRIL 30 





$1,904.98 

9,889.98 

190.00 

5,805.00 

274.44 

558.33 

3,430.02 

9,229.98 

10,549.98 

3,305.54 
6,145.02 



OFFICE OF HON. FRANK M. CLARK 



ARBDGAST, ELEANOR R 


CLERK 


BLOOM, LINDA JEAN 


CLERK 


CARTER, MANFORO 


CLERK 


COLARUSSn, MARIE 


CLERK 


COLARUSSO, SHARON 


CLERK 


COZZUCOLI, MARIE 


CLERK 


DEFIORE, MARY ANN 


CLERK 


OIEHL, FR4NCES A 


CLERK 


DOLES, JUDITH ANN 


CLERK 


DUBRGWA, DENNIS J 


CLERK 


OUBROWA, RUTH ELLEN 


CLERK 


FARLOW, ARLFNE M 


ADMIN 


FARLOW, LOPETTA A 


CLERK 


FRATTO, MARY ANN 


CLERK 




MARCH 


GRIMES, DONNA JEANNE 


CLERK 




FROM 1 


HUFFORD, WILLIAM E, JR 


CLERK 


ILLSLEY, JULIE A 


CLERK 


KERR, JOHN M 


CLERK 


KIMINKINEN, DORTHEA J 


CLERK 


MOORE, LINDA SUSANNE 


CLERK 




CONGRI 


MORACK, VIRGINIA 


CLERK 




MAY 1 


MUSKO, BARBARA 


CLERK 


NFELY, ROBERT P 


CLERK 


ROGERS, SHARON L 


CLERK 



FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 
FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 .. .. 
FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 



ROSS, ANGELA MARIE 
SCHWARTZ, STEVEN G 
VANCE, MARY P 
WILLIAMS, CONSTANCE 
WINEBOLD, ROBERT G 



., TO JAN. 31 




, FROM MARCH 
;, FROM MARCH 


1 TO MARCH 31 

1 TO APRIL 30 






, FROM MAY 1 




1 ASST, 






;, TO JAN. 31 
1 31 AND FROM 


AND FROM MARCH 1 TO 
JUNE 1 


, FROM MARCH 
MAY 1 


1 TO MARCH 31 AND 


, FROM FEB. 1 


I TO FEB. 29 



, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 

, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 

, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 AND 
ESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 
, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 AND FROM 



FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 



CLERK, TO JAN. 31 

CLERK, FROM MAY 1 

CLERK, 

CLERK, TO JAN. 31 



600.00 

600.00 

1,200.00 

2,708.35 

600.00 

766.67 

1,200.00 

7,450.02 

5,008.35 

5,050.02 

1,200.00 

12,000.00 

3,400.02 

1,666.67 

2,908.34 
600.00 

6,750.00 
600.00 
841.67 

900.00 

1,541.67 
3,250.02 
7,249.98 

600.00 
3,100.02 

808.33 
1,200.00 
3,100.02 

600.00 



OFFICE OF HON. DON H. CLAUSEN 



BABEOP, PAULETTE T 
BROTHER, DONNA M 
OERR, CYNTHIA JO 

DIAMOND, AMY H 
EDWARDS, JEAN R 
GRAVES, W LARRY 
H4SKIN, ELMER G, JR 
JONFS, BARRY W 
KING, LOIS F 
MONAGHAN, JOYCE A 

OSBORNE, DIANA J 
PENN, GEORGE ANN 
ROBERTSON, CONSTANCE E 
RODEMAN, RICHARD D 
ROHOE, DOUGLAS ALLEN 
STODART, WILLIAM E 
TIPPIT, OTIS GORDON 
YATES, NADINE SANDERS 



RECEPTIONIST, FROM JUNE 26 

SECRETARY, 

RECEPTIONIST, TO FEB. 29 AND CASE 

WORKER, FROM MARCH 1 

LEGIS SECTY, 

RECEPTIONIST-SECTY, FROM MARCH 1 . 

LEGIS ASST, 

DISTRICT ASST, 



DISTRICT SECRETARY, 

RECEPTIONIST/SECRETARY, TO FEB. 29 AND 
SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 6 TO MAY 31 ... 

FIELD SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 15 

PERSONAL SECTY, 

FIELD SECRETARY, TO MARCH 31 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

RESEARCHER, FROM JUNE 1 

ADM ASST, 

DURA-OPERATOR SUPERVISOR, FROM JUNE 1 



222.22 
4,526.76 

3,566.41 
4,699.98 
2,858.32 
7,843.75 
2,656.32 
4,974.96 
3,400.02 

2,505.56 

2,294.17 

5,149.98 

1,412.34 

300.00 

300.00 

11,086.68 

8,387.28 

833.33 



I 26 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICF OF HON. DEL CLAW<^OM 



BISSET, KRISHNA CLFRK, FPOM MAY 1 

BRSnoEER, GEORGE 

CHARLES, ^NITA S AOMASST, 

CLASSEN, NANCY CLFRK, TO FEB. 2° 

0FH4VEN, VIRGINIA C 

EDELFN, FLORENCE B 

GRE^NAWALT, RUBY JANE 

HODGES, RUTH N CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 

LEE, WENDY J CLERK, FPOM MARCH 16 

PISTOLESSI, TERESA M CLERK, FROM MAY 1 

■RITCHFY, PATRICIA C CLERK, FROM FFP. 1 TO FFB. 29 

SMITH, VILDA M 

WALLER, VERA S CLERK, 

WATTS, DOUGLAS EDWARD CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 6 ... 

WEBER, JUNE C CLFRK, 

WOODCOCK, WENDY CLERK, FROM MARCH 13 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM CLAY 

BARBEE, EVELYN STAFF ASST, 

ROLAND, KATHLEEN A STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 15 

CAYTTN, COLLEEN U STAFF ASST 

CRAWFORD, JANET F STAFF 6SST, TO JAN. 31 

CRONIN, ANN REID CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FPOM JUNE 1 ... 

DEASE, MAGNOLYA STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 31 

DOTSON, BETTY J STAFF ASST, TO FEB. 29 

FRANKLIN, FLORENCE D STAFF ASST, 

FRANKLIN, MYRNA L STAFF ASST, 

GUFSS, JOHN FOLEY, JR STAFF SSST, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 

HITE, BLANCHE L STAFF ASST, FROM FEB. 1 

HUMPHRIES, ALTHFA Y STAFF ASST, TO APRIL 12 

IRONS, JAMES STAFF ASST, TO MARCH 31 

JUDE, MADGE M 

LAY, WALTFR V DISTRICT ASST, 

MANSFIELD, ED STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

MCPHERSON, MICHAEL C ADM ASST 

REESE, VFLMA STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 1 

ROSF, KAREN N STAFF ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 

TATUM, ROSE STAFF ASST, 

TYUS, MARIF H 

WEISS, GAIL ELLEN STAFF ASST, TO MAY 31 

WILLIAMS, JFROME STAFF ASST, FROM APRIL 1 

WILLIAMSON, FRANK STAFF ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO MAY 31 .. 



$1,000.00 
4,859.02 
14,153.70 
1,300.00 
3,124.30 
4,729.?4 
4,729.24 

833.33 
2,397.50 
1,000.00 

500.00 
6,724.34 
5,208.33 

250.00 
5,333.34 
1,800.00 



3,250.02 

996.67 

1,490.91 

483.33 

300.00 

483.33 

3,000.00 

3,624.99 

5,663.64 

700.00 

3,916.65 

2,210.00 

4,479.30 

3,634.38 

3,750.00 

1,500.00 

15,300.00 

2,500.00 

541.76 

2,149.98 

4,056.30 

4,698.89 

4,500.00 

2, 500.00 



OFFICE OF HON. JAMES C. CLEVEIAND 



8URCH, PATRICIA ANN 
DAY, MYRA LOUISE 
FSSFR, HELEN M 
FISCHER, ELI7ABETH J 
JACKSON, Mil DRED KATE 

JOSL IN, WILLIAM R 

KEENAN, JOAN D 
LONDON, M ROY 
MACCLEERY, LFF 
MCCLAY, JOYCE E 

PIKE, MARY ELIZABETH 
PORTER, GFRALDINE R 

OUIMBY, JEANNE B 
pnOERS, BARBARA R 
SIDES, FRANCES EARLFEN 
SUTHERLAND, JAMES W 
TETHFR, SUZANNE JEBB 
TETLER, GEORGE W, III 
UPTON, KATHFRTNE M 
VARBLE, WINIFRED A 



SECRETARY, 5,011.0? 

SECRETARY, TO JUNE 15 3,868.31 

FROM MAY 4 1,187.50 

FROM JUNE 2? 90.00 

SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 AND EXEC SECTY, 

FROM FEB. 1 7,392o92 

LEGI"? ASST, TO JAN. 31 AND ADM ASST, 

FROM FEB. 1 8,610.40 

SECRETARY, 4,219.98 

DISTRICT REP, TO JAM. 31 600.00 

FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 AND FPOM JUNE I 1,800.00 
SECRETARY, TO MARCH 31 AND SECTY, FPOM 

APRIL 1 5,142.67 

SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 7 1,750.00 

FROM FFB. 1 TO FEB. 29 AND FROM APRIL 

1 TO MAY 31 3,500.00 

4,337.32 

FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 31 1,600.00 

SECTY, FPOM JAN. 24 4,008.33 

LFGIS A^ST 5,196.66 

SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 659.33 

FROM JUNE 1 900.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

EXEC SECRETARY, TO MARCH 31 4,875.00 



I 27 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30. 1972— Continued 

OFFICF OF HON. HAROLD R. rOLLIFR 

ALFXaNOER, MARTHA M SECRFTAPY, t4, 750.0? 

BARTTZAL, MARY A CLFRK, FRflM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 216.67 

GLIMKA, ARLENE L <;ECTY-niST OFFICE MGP , 6,000.00 

HAGFRTY, ROMAYNE L STFNO-SFCTY, 4,750.02 

HERSHEY, LIILA MARIE ADM AS^^T, TO JUNF 12 10,935.00 

KELLY, ANN WOODWARD SECRETARY, 5,749.98 

MACRAE, CLARA SECRETARY, FROM MAY P 2,473.33 

MAHAFFFY, JOHN C CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 500.00 

NOWELL, JOSi^PH A 7,500.00 

PETFRSFN, SVENO RESEARCH ASST, 2,500.02 

SHAFFER, JACQUELINE M SECTY, 4,600.02 

SHORT, NANCY M STENO-SECTY, 4,750.02 

WARD, JANP K LFGIS ASST, 7,866.6R 

WEBER, DANIEL S CLFRK, FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 31 400.00 

OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE W. COLLINS 

COLEMAN, SHIRLEY EXEC SECTY, 5,475.00 

GIVENS, OTHER L RESEARCH ASST, FROM JUNE 1 1,314.53 

GUILMANT, JFAN-PIFRPE PRESS ASST, 3,150.00 

HATCHERSON, JANE W LEGIS SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 3,590.20 

HICKEY, RITA M , 2,«16.70 

HQRWITZ, MANNY STAFF ASST, 2,500.02 

HOWSE, NATHANIEL R LEGISLATIVE ASST, 8,220.00 

MARKS, RETTY CLERK, 1,750.02 

MCDANIEL, NELL MARIE PERSONAL SECRETARY, 10,600.02 

MHOON, EVELYN B DISTRICT SECRETARY, 4,770.00 

NELSON, LEO ADM AIDE, 4,999.98 

ROMANO, ARTHUR AIDE, FROM APRIL 1 1,875.00 

ROSS, DOROTHY MAE SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 1 750.00 

SMALL, CASSANDRA M CASE WORKER, TO JAN. 31 752.66 

THOMAS, HENRY LEE 9,072.06 

THOMAS, MILDRED L RECEPTIONIST, 3,700.02 

VANCE, KEITH A PERSONAL AIDE, 4,331.33 

WRIGHT, WAYMON S CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MAY 31 2,499.99 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES M. COLLINS 

ANDREWS, ALBERT E, JR CLERK, 7,700.00 

ANDREWS, WILIIAM S CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 1,000.00 

BRYANT, MARGARET H CLERK, 3,810.00 

FAUSSET, PICHARO ROY CLERK, 8,100.00 

FOOTE, JOHN E CLERK, TO JUNE l"^ 5,100.00 

FORRESTER, LINDA S CLERK 3,810.00 

GARVIE, PAMELA J CLERK 4,110.00 

HERRERA, RONNIE CLE^K, FROM JUNE 16 95.84 

HOUSE, W MICHAEL CLFRK, 6,436.66 

LINDSLEY, CATHERINE S CLERK, FROM JUNE 5 520.00 

MALACHIN, JOHANNA L CLFRK, 4,800.00 

OOPF, WHITNEY S CLERK, 3,810.00 

ROBERTS, JUDY ANNE CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 15 450.00 

RUBIO, ERCILIA V CLERK, 3,810.00 

SIMPSON, SHIPLEY ANN CLFRK, 6,000.00 

STRICKLIN, PAULA M CLERK, 3,810.00 

VALTIERRA, ROSEMARY CONGRESSIONAL INTFPN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

VIVERETTE, SUSAN CLERK, FROM JUNE 5 520.00 

WEINBERG, COURTNEY P CLERK, TO MAY 31 2,420.00 

WOODBRIOGE, KAREN L CLERK, 4,350.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM M. COLMEP 

CLAYTON, JACQUELINE W CLERK, 1,066.68 

CLEARWATER, LEONA H SECTY, TO JAN. 31 AND CLERK, FROM FEB. 

1 TO APRIL 30 AND SECTY, FROM MAY 1 .. 6,741.67 

OARSEY, MARIE W EXEC SECTY, . . . 8,450.00 

DAVIS, CLAIRE SECTY, 7,150.02 

HOUSTON, THOMAS F PRESS ASST, FROM FEB. 1 5,958.35 

LOTT, C TRENT ADM ASST, TO MAY 4 AND FROM JUNE 7 ... 12,530.00 

PAXTON, EDNA H SECTY, 7,150.02 

RUSS, ERNEST J CLFRK, rp Jfl^,^ j^ 91.67 



79-639 O - 72 - 3 



28 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICF OF HON. WILLIAM M. COLMER - CONTINUED 

TROMETER, HILDEG4RDE SECTY, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 AND FROM 

APRIL 1 

YON, DOROTHY A SFCTY, 

OFFICF OF HON. BARBER B. CONABLF, JR. 

ALEXANDER, OLGA C 

RENTON, THOMAS R 

BUTLER, BARBARA M RESEARCH ASST, 

LENZ, MARY ALICE CLERK, FROM JUNE 5 

MANERI, DOROTHY B EXEC SECTY, 

MATTHEWS, MARY MONCURE SECRETARY, 

MCLAUGHLIN, LINDA J CLERK, 

NELSON, PAUL GUNNAR TO JAN. 8 

NICHOLAS, HARRY K AOM ASST, 

PELKEY, JOHN MICHAEL CLERK, TO FEB. 29 

SCHMITT, DONALD THOMAS CLERK, TO APRIL 30 

SNOW, JOANNE LEGIS SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 10 

STOCKOALE, DONALD K, JR CLERK, FROM JUNE 12 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, FROM JUNE 12 

WALLACE, MARIAN E SECRETARY, 

WELLS, SHARON SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM S CONOVFR II 

CRAFT, ROBERT N CLERK, FROM APRIL 25 

CRITELLI, CYNTHIA B CLERK, FROM APRIL 25 

DOLAN, JANE M CLERK, FROM APRIL 25 

GOFFE, ROBERT R CLERK, FROM JUNE 7 

HACKMAN, CYNTHIA L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 9 .... 

JOHNSON, BERTHA M CLERK, FROM APRIL 25 

KIRSCHMAN, ALLAN C CLERK, FROM APRIL 25 

MCKENNA, JEANNE FRANCES CLERK, FROM MAY 23 

OSBOURNE, MARILYN R CLERK, FROM APRIL 25 

RUMMEL, CHARLOTTE G CLERK, FROM APRIL 25 

SANDERFER, ELIZABETH D CLERK, FROM APRIL 25 TO MAY 31 .'. 

SMITH, MARGARET A CLERK, FROM APRIL 25 

SUTTER, DIANE CLERK, FROM JUNE I 

THOMAS, ROBERT D, JR CLERK, FROM APRIL 25 

WELLS, LINDA E CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

OFFICE OF HON. SILVIO 0. CONTF 

ADAMS, JAMES P PRESS ASST, TO MARCH 8 

BAKER, YOLANDE V SECRETARY, TO FEB. 29 

BEAUCHAMP, CAROLE LONG SFCTY, TO MARCH 31 AND STAFF ASST, 

FROM APRIL 1 

DIMASSIMO, DEBRA ANN CLERK, TO MARCH 31 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

DONAHUE, JAMES E ADM ASST 

DONNER, SALLY SEARS SECTY-OFFICE MGR, 

GARIVALTIS, GAYLE CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

GLASSANOS, CATHERINE A CLERK, FROM JUNE 5 

GOGGINS, TIMOTHY J CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 

HARDIN, PETER L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE I .... 

HUNTER, OURANT A CLEOK, TO FEB. 29 

KELLY, MARGARET ANN CLERK, FROM JUNE 5 

MASSIMIANO, JEANNE S DISTRICT OFFICE MANAGER, 

MERIC, ELIZABETH A CLERK, FROM JUNE 21 

MIERZEWSKI, MICHAEL B CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM MAY I TO 

MAY 31 

MONGEON, JOHN E ASST PRESS SECTY, 

OWENS, PAUL T, II CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM MARCH 1 TO 

MARCH 31 

PATRICK, LAWRENCE L CLERK, FROM JUNF 5 

PFTRINA, MICHAEL J, JR 

POLLACK, PATRICIA CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

SALTARELLI, LFE ANN CLERK, TO FEB. 29 AND SECTY, FROM JUNE 

1 



$2,866.68 
7,150.02 



4,032.56 
2,3'>0.30 
4,999.98 

325.00 
7,454.34 
5,753.28 
4,066.66 

255.70 
14,493.34 

200.00 

500.00 
2,255.53 

253.33 
6,610.82 
6,940.86 



5,525.00 
2,058.33 
4,333.33 

320.00 

220.00 
1,300.00 
1,500.00 

791.67 
3,250.00 
1,300.00 

583.33 
1,900.00 

700.00 
3,900.00 

740.00 



982.21 
1,250.00 

8,250.00 

1,766.69 

10,549.98 

6,499.98 

375.00 

262.89 
3,158.32 

300.00 
1,000.00 

319.22 
5,800.00 

144.44 

1,608.33 
5,200.02 

416.67 

281.67 

7,749.99 

207.67 

1,333.33 



29 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. SILVIO 0. CONTF - CONTTNUEn 



SSLTaRELLI, LOIS TLFBK, tq FEB. 29 AND FROM APRIL 1 TO 

APRIL 30 

SILVEIRA, ^tARY 4 CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TQ MARCH 31 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 

STLVESTRO, JOSEPH CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 

STAPLETON, MIRIAM M SECRETARY, 

STEWART, ELMIRA R CLERK-SFCTY, FROM MARCH 1 

WARD, CAROL ANN SECTY, FROM FFB. 1 

OFFICF OF HON. JOHN CONYEPS, JR. 

BOOKER, FTITH J AIDE, TO APRIL 15 

9RYLSKI, JEFFREY F CASEWORKER, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM MARCH 

1 

CARR, R06FRT R AOM ASST, 

Orcns, WANDA P CASE WORKER, 

FFATHERSTONF, ARTHUR R 

FISHMAN, MAPCIA STAFF AIDE, FROM JUNE 1 

FLETCHER, PATRICE A STAFF AIDE, TO FFB. 29 AND WRITER, 

FROM MARCH 1 

HADDON, PHOFBE A LEGIS SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 

HAMILTON, ANTHONY AIDE, TO APRIL 30 

JOHNSON, JAMES D, JR CLEPK, TO APRIL 15 

MCCAFFREY, PATRICK WRITER, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 

MCCAULEY, JOAN C 

MERRIWEATHER, ALMA D STAFF AIDE, FROM MAY 1 

NAPPER, HYACINTHF T PERSONAL SECTY, 

NIXON, MAXINF CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

PAKA, VINCENT J LEGIS ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TQ MAY 15 ... 

PARKS, ROSA L 

RICKMAN, EDWARD RAY AIDE, 

ROBINSON, MARJORIF D RECEPTIONIST, FROM MAY 1 

SANDERS, RERNADETTE J CLEPK, TO APRIL 19 

SIMMONS, DAVID C AIDE, TO MARCH 31 

STERN, CHARLES A STAFF AIDE, FROM MAY 1 

WARREN, PHYLLIS J SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. JORGE L. CORDOVA 

ALVAREZ, 8ELEN SECRETARY, 

BAGUE, TERESITA SECRFTAR Y-CASE WORKER, 

BANCHS, EDNA J SECRETARY, 

CASTELLANOS, JESUS A LEGIS ASST, 

OELTORQ, MAYRA J CLEPK, TO JAN. 31 

DFLVALLE, JOSF E LEGIS ASST, 

DUENO, HILDA CLERK, 

ELEJALDE, VANESSA RUIZ CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

FFL ICES-PIFTPANTONI, J 

GUINOT, LUIS, JR SPECIAL ASST, 

LEF, MELBA JEAN SECRETARY-CASE WORKER, 

. MAROUFZ, JOAQUIN A ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 

PARKER, CANDITA C SECRETARY, 

SMITH, GUY F LEGIS ASST, 

TARONJI, MARY SECRETARY, FROM APRIL lA ,. 

TORO, R DE JESUS SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES C. CORMAN 

AUSTIN, DIANE S FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 

BARRETT, NELDA K 

BOGARTZ, ABRAHAM BEN FROM MARCH 1 

BURRELL, WINIFRED TO APRIL 30 

CARFY, VIRGINIA E FROM MAY 1 , 

CHAPKIS, ABRY LOUISE SECRETARY, TO MARCH 31 

COX, CYNTHIA , CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 15 ... 

DFNHARTOG, ROBERTA 

ETHEREDGE, SARAH E 

GORDON, ALICE B 

HARMON, ROSALIND C 

LARSON, RUTH F 

MCGRATH, JACK FROM APRIL 1 

REISER, KATHLEEN N STAFF MEMBER, FROM MAY 6 



tl, 850.00 

1,091.67 
400.00 
3,452.66 
2,500.00 
3,933.32 



2,800.00 

3,532.10 

10,800.00 

4,500.00 

3,959.28 

682.67 

5,800.02 
1,820.00 
3,000.00 
2,070.84 

600.00 
4,674.98 
1,622.23 
7,757.24 

300.00 
1,500.00 
3,538.20 
6,000.00 
1,666.67 
2,180.00 
2,000.00 
1,841.67 
4,900.00 



4,800.00 
6,265.50 
2,900.00 
6,750.00 
699.42 
6,750.00 
4,426.98 
300.00 

10,000.02 
1,043.92 
5,013.48 

10,549.98 
6,697.98 
3,649.98 
2,427.79 
4,747.50 



666.00 
5,250.00 

800.00 
4,000.00 
1,6 66.66 
2,100.00 

160.00 
5, 166.66 
5,665.34 
6,200.00 
4,750.02 
3,499.98 
3,000.00 
1,680.56 



30 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. JAMES C. CORMAN - CONTINUED 

RICHARDSON, WILLIE L ^ 

RINDONE, MFLVA E 

RUBEN, ROBERT C 

SLATER, IRENE W 

VICKTER, FRED M FROM MAY 1 

WARREN, STANLEY T TO FEB. 29 

WERTZ, HARVEY W LEGIS CONSULTANT, TO MARCH 31 

WIRKEN, MELANIE TO APRIL 30 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM R. COTTER 

CAMPBELL, MALCOLM 0, JR ADMIN ASST, 

CRONIN, TIMOTHY F OIST FIELD REP, 

CUNNINGHAM, WILLIAM J LEGIS ASST 

DENTAMARO, JOSEPH J DISTRICT FIELD AGENT, 

FORNINO, THERESA A RECEPTIONIST-SECRETARY, TO FEB. 29 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 

GALLO, SALVATORE P DIST FIELD AGENT, 

JAMFS, CLAUDIA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

LUZ7I, ANGELA A SECRETARY, 

MIKESELL, CELITA R CASEWORKER, 

MOORE, SUSANNA E LEGISLATIVE SECRETARY, 

MORIARTY, THOMAS J DISTRICT FIELD PEP, FROM MARCH 1 TO 

MARCH 31 

• MOYNIHAN, DENNIS M DIST FIELD REP, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM 

MARCH I TO MARCH 31 AND FROM MAY 1 TO 

MAY 31 

OMEARA, BRIAN E DIST FIELD REP, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 

PtKOR, THOMAS E DISTRICT FIELD REP, FROM MARCH 1 

RIGNEY, ROBERT L DIST FIFLD AGENT, 

RIOUX, ALFRED J DIST FIELD AGENT, TO JAN. 31 AND DIST 

FIELD REP, FROM APRIL 1 

SMITH, ROBERT J DISTRICT FIFLD REP, FROM FEB. 1 TO 

FEB. 29 AND FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 

AND FROM JUNE 1 

SMITH, WILLIAM R DIST FIELD REP, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM 

MARCH 1 

SUNDERLAND, JANICE M DIST FIELD RFP, TO FEB. 29 

VECCHITTO, SARAH M DISTRICT SECRETARY, 

VELARDI, ROBERT, JR ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO MARCH 31 

ZAIMAN, MARYANN B DISTRICT FIELD REP, FROM APRIL 1 

OFFICE OF HON. R. LAWRENCE COUGHLIN 

BAUMGARTNER, PEGGY R FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 

BIDDLE, LYDIA L INTERN, TO JAN. 31 

BIRCH, KAREN M STAFF ASST-DI STR ICT , 

BROOKES, DAISY E STAFF ASST, 

DUNN, ELIZABETH J STAFF ASST, 

FETTEROLF, CAROLYN STAFF ASST, 

GARRISON, JAMES OIST ADMINISTRATOR, 

HARROLD, ROBIN STAFF ASST, 

HAUPTFUHRER, GEORGE, TIT CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

JOSLIN, SHERRY E STAFF ASST, ^i-. 

ROSFNEELD, MITCHELL A ADM ASST, 

SANKO, POSE M EXEC SECTY, 

SMITH, EILEEN ROSE STAFF ASST, 

STANLEY, MARC GENE LEGIS ASST, 

THAYER, GEORGE C, JR RESEARCH ASST, 



t2, 599. 9R 

4,500.00 

13,750.02 

6,000.00 

300.00 

4A9.34 

2,099.00 

4,249.66 



1,999.98 
8,500.02 
1,999.98 

3,833.34 
7,000.02 
300.00 
4,999.98 
4,300.02 
4,500.00 

516.67 



2,247.99 
333.33 
833.32 

5,049.98 

2,833.32 



2,247.99 

2,291.65 
416.66 
7,249.98 
1,666.66 
1,925.01 



750.00 

333.33 

3,000.00 

3,850.02 

4,500.00 

1,849.98 

10,800.00 

3,949.98 

300.00 

4,200.00 

13,150.02 

10,000.02 

5,250.00 

6,550.02 

5,749.98 



OFFICE OF HON. PHILIP M. CRANE 



BROWNFELD, ALLAN 

BURNHAM, RICHARD REACH 
CRANE, MARK EDWARD 
FEULNER, EDWIN JOHN 
FRIFDMAN, JACALYN 
GOODWILLIF, CAROL B 

HINES, EVFLYN R 



CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND RESEARCH 

ASSISTANT, FROM FEB. 1 6,778.16 

CLERK, TO APRIL 30 AND FROM MAY 5 .... 2,998.33 

CLEPK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 424.33 

JR ADM ASST, 14,249.99 

CLERK, FROM FEB. I 1,313. 88 

CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

FEB. 1 '. 5,458.35 

SECTY-DISTRICT, 4,833.34 



I 31 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICII OF HON. t>HILIP M. CRANF - CONTINUED 



JOHNSON, WILLA ANN CLERK, TO JAN. 31 ANP LEGISLATIVE 

ASSISTANT, FROM FEB. 1 $5,<?58.33 

MIJRNANE, EnwiMJO PRESS ASST 8,7'!0.01 

RORERGE, OOPILDA M CLFRK, 3,499.98 

ROSS, KATHERINF T CLERK, TO MARCH 31 AND DISTRICT 

REPRESENTATIVE, fROf APRIL 1 6,375.00 

ROWAN, KATHLEEN MARIE CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

FEB. 1 5,208.33 

SMITH, BERNAOETTE H L CLERK, TO MARCH 31 2,124.99 

SPRINGER, DAVID E CLERK, FROM JUNF 1 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 550.00 

STANZIONE, JANET E CLERK, FROM "AY 15 894.44 

STERHENS, MARY R SFCTY, 3,499.98 

ZIER4RTH, FPIKA MARIE CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM APRIL 1 TP 

APRIL 3C 1,470.17 

ZIEBARTH, RUTH HELM CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

FEB. 1 4,458.33 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN C. CULVER 

CLARK, RICHARD C ADM ASST, TO JAN. 31 2,416.67 

FERGUSON, JOYCE A SECRETARY, 6,669.18 

FERGUSON, KATHRYN ANN SECRETARY, TO FEB. 16 903.13 

FFRRETER, EILEEN F CLERK-TYPIST, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 ... 300.00 

FIT7GERALD, JFROME D LEGIS ASST, TO FEB. 29 1,688.00 

GRUESKIN, SALLY ANN RECEPTIONIST, FROM FEB. 17 2,579.32 

HENRY, JOHN B LEGIS ASST, FROM JUNE 1 400.00 

H0L3ORN, FREDERICK L LEGIS ASST, TO MAY 31 3,711.00 

HORN, BEVERIY HOPE DISTRICT SFCRFTAPY, TO FEB. 29 AND 

FROM APRIL 1 3,476.33 

HURM, JAMES C FIELD REP, FROM JUNE 1 541.67 

JOHNSON, MYRTH ANN SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 14 TO ARRIL 30 

AND CASE WORKER, FROM MAY 1 2,705.55 

JOSLIN, LINDA SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 1,820.83 

LARFLLA, ANTHONY FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, FROM MARCH 1 TO 

MARCH 31 500.00 

LANE, LINDA SUZANNE SECRETARY, 3,533.40 

LEMAISTRF, GEORGE A, JR FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, FROM MARCH 1 TP 

JUNE 9 2,329.17 

LEONARD, JANET E LEGIS ASST, FROM JAN. 8 4,060.68 

LOEWI, ANDRi^W W, II FIFLD REPRESENTATIVE, FROM MARCH 1 ... 4,625.00 

LONG, BETSY JOAN DISTRICT SECRETAOY, 3,054.24 

MACKIN, SUSAN G CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

MILLER, ROBERT KEITH LEGIS ASST, TO FEB. 29 1,688.00 

MUROHY, TERESA ANNE SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 TP MARCH 31 .. 525.00 

OLSON, RICHARD C LEGIS ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 . 1,141.17 

OMEARA, R MATTHEW LEGIS ASST, FROM JUNE 1 1,500.00 

PEARSON, DONNA M SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 17 TO MAY 23 ... 616.66 

POOL, ROGER B LEGIS ASST, TO JUNE 5 AND FROM JUNE 20 7,700.84 
POWER, ROBERT M OFFICE MGR, FROM FEB. 1 to FEB. 29 AND 

ADM ASST, FROM MARCH 1 7,658.33 

RESPESS, MARIE LOUISE RFCEPTI ONI ST-SECTY , FROM MAY 29 TO MAY 

31 AND OFFICE MGR, FROM JUNE 1 817.64 

RUHE, SHIRLEY L LEGIS ASST, 5,020.82 

SUDOW, ELLEN L RESEARCH ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 

30 2,140.00 

WILEY, JILL SECRFTAPY, TP FEB. 2° 1,143.00 

WILSON, JANICE SECRETARY, TO FEB. 29 1,191.66 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM P. CUPLIN 

BANE, CPRA C ADM ASST, 14,507.49 

BRANHAM, PHYLLIS J 1,800.00 

CLARK, JOHN E STAFF ASST, 6,825.00 

CLF'^HAS, VINCENT R PRESS A<;ST, 10,549.98 

COLEMAN, EDWARD M FIELD ASST, FROM JUNF 1 300.00 

DUDGEON, TTMPTHY C STAFF ASST, FROM MARCH 1 2,850.00 

HENDERSON, NANCY M 9,258.35 

HERIOT, LORENE E STAFF ASST, 6,857.52 

HYDE, MARILYN O STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 14 TO 

APRIL 30 652.78 

JASKO, MADELYN S 3,625.02 

JOHNSON, MATTHEW STAFF ASST, FROM MAY 1 600.00 



I 32 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICF OF HON. WILLfAf^ P. CUPLTN - rONTINUEn 

KURTH, JEAN D STAFF ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 

MCNAMARA, PATRICK J <;TAFF ASST, FROM APRIL 1 

IIDDLETON, SHIRLEV A SFCRFTARY, 

MOLONFV, MICHAEL R STAFF ASST, 

PRICHAOD, ALIEN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 ... 

PRITCHFTT, HAVin H FIELH ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

OHORER, JOHN R ST/iEF ASST, TO JAN. 31 

RHORFP, ORVILLE RFFO STAFF ASST, FROM MAY 1 

VAUGHAN, JOYCE C STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM "AY 1 

OFFTCF OF HON. W. C. DANIEL 

BAILEY, SUSAN BERNICE CLFRK, FROM JUNE 10 

DOSS, WM CHRISTOPHER CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

HODGES, RUTH N TO MARCH 23 

HOYE, TERRY C 

MORGAN, J KEITH CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

MOSS, NANCY S 

PRICE, FRANCES H 

THUi'MAN, GWENDOLYN W 

TRONIC, GLENIS A CLERK, TO JAN. 31 

TURNER, EDWARD M, III 

VERNOR, DOROTHY H STAFF ASSISTANT, 

WALKE", WILBUR 

WATKINS, MARGARET D CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 



tl,';R3.34 

1,191.67 

6,594.00 

?,750.02 

300.00 

500.00 

325.00 

1. 400. 00 

700.00 



350.00 

500.00 
2, 190.29 
7,291.66 

550.00 
4,799.98 
5,925.00 
5,925.00 

500.00 

5,550.00 

5,650.02 

13,500.00 

3,050.00 



OFFICE 0>= HON. DOMINICK V. DANIELS 

BOWENS, JOHN MICHAEL RESEARCH ASST, FRQM JUNE 12 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 12 

DFLAP, GEORGE T STAFF AIDE, 

GRIPFIN, JOHN F STAFF AIDE, 

MADDEN, FRANK A ADM ASST, 

MELONEY, ROSE MARIE SECRETARY, 

OBERNDORE, ROBERT S STAFF AIDE, 

"ICCONE, BEVERLY M SECRETARY, 

SABIA, ANTHONY F STAFF AIDE, , 

SCANLON, MICHAEL J RESIDENT SECTY , 

SCHMIDT, JOHN F STAFF AIDE, , 

SCHUETZ, CHRISTINE C STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 , 

SILVER, CAROLFEN STAFF ASSISTANT, , 

UGORETZ, MARK J LEGIS ASST, 

WASTELEWSKI, FRANCES E SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE E. DANIELSON 

AINILIAN, AGNES CIERK, TO JAN. 31 

ALVARF7, LORRAINE L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 19 , 

BOOTH, MAYBELLE JEAN CLERK, 

COLANDREA, NANCY L SECRETARY, 

CONLON, RICHARD P ASST, E^OM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

DESHETLFR, HELEN G FIELD R£P, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 

DYE, BARBARA L K ASST, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

HAROISON, HELEN C SECRETARY, „ 

HAY, MARY E SECTY, 

KENNY, CHARLES LFGIS ASST, FROM MARCH 8 

MCKENZIE, AMELIA E OFFICE MANAGER, 

MONTALVO, ALEX L DISTRICT REP, 

MORGAN, SUSAN BUSH CLERK 

NORLET, JOHN ROLLA FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, 

OUINN, NOEL CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 .... 

SERENS, RAYMOND W ADM ASST, 

SHEPARD, MILDRED J SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 1 

SHINNO, MARJORIE ** SECTY, TO APRIL 30 

SUDOW, ELLEN L RESEARCH ASST, TO FEB. 29 

TOTTFN, JUNF LEGISLATIVE ASST, 



316.67 
1,883.35 
6,250.00 
12,499.98 
6,300.00 
4,466.67 
6,825.00 
2,354.15 
5,500.02 
1,883.35 
600.00 
4,999.98 
8,440.02 
6,300.00 



100.00 

120.00 

5,100.00 

4,099.98 

666.67 

600-00 

1,000.00 

4,500.00 

3,250.00 

3,955.00 

8,650.02 

5,950.02 

4,800.00 

7,500.00 

1,632.00 

11, 149.98 

650.00 

2,400.00 

3,466.66 

5,100.00 



33 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. GLFNN R. D/SVIS 

BFR^Y, PATRICIA 
t^OLTON, JAMES C 
CIJ^'MINGS, G BRAOLFY 
OOOLEY, JOYCE R 
FINKELSTEIN, JAY GARY 
FINNIGAN, THOMAS 
FOSTER, ANN ELIZABETH 
GIBRONS, ANNE R 
GUHM, MARJORIE R 
HAYMAKER, MARGARET M 
HERZOG, ROBERT H 
INZEO, NICHOLAS M, II 



KEWLEY, KATF J 
KIEL, ELLEN C 
MCKINNON, ARLO A, JR 
MEIER, NANNETTE H 
PEVENSTEIN, ELAINE R 
WOOLLEY, THOMAS J 



SFCRFTARY, «4,080.00 

AOM ASST, 12,600.00 

ASST TO PRESS ASST, TO FEB. 5 350.00 

SECRETARY, 7,500.00 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM JUNE 12 205.83 

PUBLIC RELATIONS AIDE, 5,225.00 

SECRETARY, ^,320.00 

SECRETARY, FROM JAN. 3 3,620,00 

HOME OFFICE SECRETARY, 3,750.00 

FIELD STAFF ASST, 1,950.00 

DIST STAFF ASST, 3,000.00 

ASST TO PUBLIC RELATIONS AIDE, FROM 

FEB. 1 1,500.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

SECRETARY, 3,660.00 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM JUNE 1 350.00 

HOME OFFICE SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 1 ... 225.00 

SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 26 125.00 

FIELD SECTY, 9,600.00 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN W. DAVIS 

BARR, LAURA ELIZABETH 
BRITT, JANE MCINTOSH 
BROWN, GRACE LOUISE 
BULLARO, STEVAN M 
DAY, OIANNE LESLIE 
HANSEN, CAROLYN V 
HOWARD, ANGELINE 
KELLY, CHRISTINE M 
KIRBY, VIOLET S 
REED, GLEND4 ELIZABETH 
RICHARD, ROBERT S 
SHAW, GAIL JOAN 
STONER, JANIE L 



CLERK, 

PRESS SECRETARY, 

CLERK, 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 12 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 5 

CLERK, 

CLERK, FROM APRIL 15 

CLERK, 

CLERK, 

LEGIS ASST, 

ADMIN ASST, 

CLERK, 

CLERK, 



4, 


,219. 


,98 


8t 


,176, 


.26 


6, 


,330, 


.00 




190, 


.00 




260, 


.00 


5, 


,802, 


.48 


I, 


,688, 


.90 


5, 


,275, 


.02 


7, 


,384, 


.98 


8) 


,176, 


.26 


13, 


,187, 


.52 


3, 


,481, 


.50 


3, 


,586, 


.98 



OFFICE OF HON. MENDEL DAVIS 



BOULWARE, BARBARA JEAN 



F, JR 



BOWERS, DETREVILLE 
BRITT., PHYLLIS 
BULL, CORALEE K 
FOR'=MAN, DOROTHY H 
FURTWANGLER, SELMA T 
JEFFERSON, JOSEPH H, 
KLECKLEY, TERESA A 
KLYCE, KENNETH M 
LONG, WAYNE E 
MCLEOD, W MULLINS 
RUOLGFF, JOHN H, JR 
SCOTT, ALMA BEATRICIA 
SHUMAN, BARBARA ANNE 
WILLIAMS, JANE L 
WORTHINGTON, KATHERINE 
YOUNG, NANCY C 



JR 



SECRETARY, 3,499.98 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

SECRETARY, TO MARCH 17 1,776.39 

ADMIN ASST, 10,833.34 

FROM MARCH 15 2,208.33 

SECRETARY-RECEPTIONIST, 3,250.02 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM MARCH 15 2,650.00 

SECRETARY, 4,208.32 

SPECIAL ASST, 8,500.02 

8,345.94 

DISTRICT ASST, 8,708.32 

LEGIS ASST, 5,708.32 

SECTY, 2,608.35 

SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 15 377.78 

SECRETARY, TO FEB. 14 1,161.12 

SECRETARY, 4,249.98 

SECTY, 3,666.66 



OFFICE OF HON. ELIGIO DE LA GARZA 



BOWMAN, RICHARD E 
FERGUSON, DIANNE 
GONZALES, JESSE 
LINAHAN, EILEEN AGNES 
MACDONALD, DORA 
MARTIN, CECILIA HARE 
MATTOS, LAURE E 
MCGUIRE, BERNICE 
MOONEY, ELIZABETH C 
SANCHEZ, ANTONIETA 
SULLIVAN, NINA LOUISE 
TAYLOR, BARBARA NEAL 
WILSON, KAREN ANN 



CLERK, FROM JAN. 3 4,319.44 

STAFF, 5,371.98 

STAFF, 2,794.98 

STAFF MEMBER, TO APRIL 30 4,395.68 

STAFF, FROM MAY 1 1,783.34 

ADM ASST, 15,289.02 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 12 ... 190.00 

CLERK 2,743.02 

STAFF, 2,100.00 

STAFF, 4,033.98 

EXEC SECRETARY, 11,982.48 

STAFF, 3,849.48 

STAFF, 5,389.98 



34_ 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON, JAMES J. OELANEY 

BURNS, o&TRICK TO APRIL 30 

BUTLER, MARY H CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 

CnOK, DOLORES D ADM AIDE, 

DEE, EMILY B ' 

ELISHEWITZ, IRVING 

FISHER, PAUL A LEGIS ASST, 

FORIS, CAROLINE B 

JENNINGS, AGNES V 

MILLER, GEORGE S 

MILLER, STEVEN J CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

MOORE, REBECCA N CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

PRICE, PAMELA B CLERK, FROM JUNE I 

SFNIG, JOHN A CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

SWERKO, MATTHEW CLERK, TO MARCH 27 

TRABER, MAUREEN CLERK, 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN DELLENBACK 

BAIRO, JUDITH L RESEARCH ASST, 

CARHART, KATHOYNE M OFFICE ACCTS SECTY, FROM JUNE 1 

COLEMAN, MARIAN JOYCE SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 .. 

GASKINS, PATRICIA K SECRETARY, TO MARCH 31 AND PERSONAL 

SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 

GOLDMAN, PATRICIA A STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 

31 

GREENWOOD, STEPHEN STAFF ftSST, TO FEB. 29 

GULLICKSON, REBECCA S SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 

HAIRFIELD, DOROTHY E SECRETARY, TO MAY 9 

HANSEN, FREDERIC JAMES ADM ASST, 

HFIM, NANCY E LEGISLATIVE ASST, 

JACOBSON, EDWARD P PRESS ASST, 

KINOLER, BRUCE R STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 

KRUG, CHERYL JEANNE SECRETARY, TO MARCH 31 AND DISTRICT 

SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 

MARSH, MICHAEL B STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

MCKAY, BETTY JEAN RECEPTIONIST, 

MERCER, DAVID S LEGIS ASST, 

OTTOMAN, KRISTI M LEGIS SECY, FROM JAN. 10 

POWELL, DONALD W DIST REP., TO FEB. 29 AND DIST OFFICE 

REP, FROM MARCH 1 

RAUTIO, JOYCE ANNA CASE WORKER, 

R08ART, JAMES L ECONOMIC ADVISOR, 

SCHWAB, EMILY D RESEARCH ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 

SMITH, MELVIN OFF MACHINE OPERATOR, FROM MAY 1 

OFFICE OF HON. RONALD V. DELLUMS 

BEAL, IDANELL M ADM ASST, 

BROOKS, TERI ROBERTA ADM AIDE, 

DU3ERSTEIN, MICHAEL J LEGISLATIVE ASST, 

ELROn, MARILYN ADM AIDE, 

EVANS, MARGO H RECEPTIONIST 

• HALTERMAN, HAROLD L ADM AIDE, 

HAN7EL, JANICE CLERK TYPIST, FROM MARCH 1 

HOPKINS, DONALD RAY PEG ADM COORDINATOR, 

JOHNSON, ROBERTA E SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 1 

KNIGHT, ALBERT L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

LIH, LARS T LEGIS AIDE, FROM MARCH 1 TO MAY 31 ... 

MCELHENEY, JOHN VERN ADM AIDE, TO FEB. 29 

MOORE, HELEN T ADM SECTY, 

PETERSON, JAMES EDWARD STAFF ASST, 

PRICE, THELMA V ADM AIDE, 

THOMAS, MARY GAY A ADMIN AIDE, 

WARD, CHARLES L ADM AIDE, 

WILLIAMS, BARBARA ADM ASST, 

WRIGHT, ANN A SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 .. 



$2,000.00 

1,500.00 

13,9-^0.06 

2,423.16 

4,000.02 

9,816.48 

1,766.58 

3,139.56 

2,236.26 

500.00 

358.33 

500.00 

500.00 

1,256.66 

4,249.98 



4,698.90 
583.33 
516.67 

5,112.96 

250.00 
1,002.26 
1,050.00 
3,497.15 
12,447.85 
6,060.30 
6,600.00 
2,050.00 

2,923.50 
150.00 
3,836.98 
6,435.48 
3,324.98 

7,399.34 

4,015.50 

3,183.10 

583.33 

625.00 



4,273.02 

2,215.50 

8,500.02 

4,750.02 

4,000.02 

2,215.50 

2,248.00 

13,000.02 

441.66 

300.00 

975.00 

1,124.00 

4,000.02 

4,431.00 

4,285.92 

4,852.98 

6,000.00 

9,375.00 

325.00 



35 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972-JContlnued 

OFFICE OF HON. FR4NK E. DENHOLM 



4NDFRS0N, ARTHUR 
&NTONEN, JAMES W 
BECKER, LAURA K 
BENJOT, nFNNIS 

BERGSTROM, HAZEL K 
GOLF, JEAN H 
rnNLOM, RICHARD P 
OONOHUF, MAPV SUF 
nUMN, CAROL ANNE 
HAISLET, RirHARO, JR 
HAZFN, RICKIE EARL 
HEFFNFR, STAN 
HFRFINOAHL, GRANT E 
HESSAA, GEORGIA 
HOFFMAN, MADELINE H 
HUBER, ROYCE 

OSBORNE, W THOMAS, JR 
OVERTURE, ROBERT L 
RIX, CANDACF A 
SCHROEDER, COLLEEN 
SCHUR ING, LANA 
SELLERS, GARY B 
SMALL, HARK 

UDELL, ELIZABETH C 



ADM ASST, tl4,500.02 

CASE WORKER, FROM FEB. 1 4,166.65 

CHIEF CLERK, 3,750.00 

SPECIAL ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 

31 300.00 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM APRIL 1 2,100.00 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 31 . 1,200.00 

STAFF DIRECTOR, TO APRIL 30 6,500.00 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JUNE 1 500.00 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM FEB. 1 3,000.00 

SPECIAL ASST-LI AISON, TO JAN. 31 1,400.00 

CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 300.00 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 300.00 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM JUNE 1 300.00 

CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 300.00 

DIST FIELD OFFICE SUPV, 3,000.00 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 750.00 

■SPECIAL ASST, 6,000.00 

EXEC ASST-COMMUNICATIDNS, 8,700.00 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JUNE 1 600.00 

CLERK-TYPIST, TO JAN. 31 625.00 

RECEPTIONIST, 4,200.00 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM MAY 1 3,250.00 

SPECIAL ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 TO 

MARCH 31 AND FROM JUNE 1 1,000.00 

SECY/WASH OFFICE SUPVR, TO JAN. 31 ... 1,250.00 



OFFICE OF HON. DAVID W. DENNIS 



CAHILL, 

CERRI, A 

COLVER, 

CULLERS, 

FILIPPEL 

FRIFR, F 

GALYEAN, 

HACKNEY, 

JOHNSON,, 

MARSHALL 

MAXEINER 

MCCAMMAC 

MEADE, L 

PATO ICK, 

POWELL, 

WALTER, 

WIEST, E 

YAGER, L 



ELEANOR JOAN 
LISON B 
CHARLES RAYMOND 

CHERYL 
L, MARK A 
RANK 

CAROLYN E 

HARRIETT P 

E ORVILLE 
J RICHARD 
MARILYN G 
K, CLAUDINA M 
ESLEY A 

LINDA K 
RICHARD E 
WILLIAM REAGAN 
LIZA3ETH J 

LUTHER 



CASE WORKER, 4,750.02 

SECRETARY, 7,900.02 

STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 19 156.67 

STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 30 447.77 

STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 12 248.06 

DISTRICT REP, TO EFP. 29 800.00 

DISTRICT REP, 3,000.00 

SECTY, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 800.00 

ADM ASST, 13,450.00 

DISTRICT REP, 3,000.00 

STAFF ASST, TO MARCH 31 375.00 

STAFF ASST, FROM APRIL 1 750.00 

STAFF ASST, FROM MAY 29 417.78 

LEGIS AIDE, 5,899.98 

5,899.98 

PROF STAFF MEMBER, FROM JUNE 1 1,250.00 

STAFF ASST TO DIS LIA AS 3,949.98 

DIST REPRESENTATIVE, FROM APRIL 1 .... 1,125.00 



OFFICF OF HON. JOHN H. DENT 



3ARBER0, CAROL L 
SLAfK, ROSALIND M 
BONE, SADIE M 
CONLON, HELEN M 

DEROCCO, LEANNA C 
DYE, BARBARA L K 
HART, THOMAS J 

HAYS, SUZANNE 
KACHILO, RHODA MAE 
LATAGLIATA, RALPH A 
MANNINO, ERNEST JOHN 
MARSOEN, BARBARA L 
PARFNTF, ADELINE 
QUATOIMI, VINCENT J, 
RICHARDS, BEVERLY A 
SCHUFTZ, CHRISTINE C 
SIMON, THFODOPE T 
SPLAIN, SHFILA MARY 

TRUXELL, ROMAINE S 
YENICH, ATLEFN 



LEGIS AIDE, 7,121.28 

LEGIS ASST AIDE, -7,053.84 

SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 711.17 

ASST, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM MARCH 1 TO 

APRIL 30 2,528.00 

ASSISTANT, FROM JUNF 1 350.00 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO MARCH 31 1,533.34 
PESEARCH AIDE, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 

AND FROM MARCH 5 2,230.54 

CLERK, 4,483.74 

APPT SECY, 7,121.28 

FIELD REP, 4,279.38 

ASST CLERK, FROM MAY 13 573.33 

8,440.0 2 

FIELD REP-SECTY, 3,771.60 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM JUNE 1 600.00 

CLERK, FROM MAY 1 800.00 

CLERK, TO MAY 31 3,000.00 

ADM ASST (DIST) 8,440.02 

RESEARCH AIDE, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

AND roNGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 700.00 

SECY (DIST), 4,791.18 

SECY (DIST), 8,176.26 



36 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. FOWARD J. DERWINSKI 

ROjnWSKI, DIANF A FROM MAY 8 

SOLTHN, ANM 

RUCKLFY, PATRICIA M 

CANOICE, BARBARA L from JUNF 1 

C0G5VJHLL. MARY M 

CONRAO, OENISE M FROM MAY 1 

CORONAt SANORA LFE FROM JUNE I 

FOX, FRIC ROY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1? .. 

HIRST, BEATRICE M 

HISKES, JOHN ALLEN TO JAN. 31 

HOSTIN, TERRY CLERK, 

JOY, DANIEL F 

KOEi^EL, MARGARET A SECTY, FROM JUNE 1 

MALKIEWICZ, COLEEN SECRETARY, TO APRIL 17 

MASSOTH, FLORENCE 

MEENAHAN, MARY K TO APRIL 30 

OPTCIGER, MARJORIE M SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

ORTCIGER, THOMAS W 

PETERSEN, SVEND RESEARCH ASST, 

SWEET, MARY A 

WIGHT, PICKETT W 

OFFICE OF HON. SAMUEL L. OEVINE 

COHEN, IRIS KRISTIN CLERK, 

HOYT, JOHN S 

LOWE, JANET STENOGRAPHER, 

OTTFRSON, BRENDA JO SECRETARY, 

RORILLARD, JEAN E STENOGRAPHER, 

TAYLOR, MARY K 

WILLS, NORMA AGNES CLFRK TYPIST, 

WOLFE, GEORGE R LEGAL AIDE, 

WORTH, ARTAMAE L CLERK-TYPIST, FROM APRIL 17 

OFFICF OF HON. WILLIAM L. DICKINSON 

ADAMS, RACHEL ANN SECRETARY, 

AGERTON, BETTY P OIST SECRETARY, 

ATCHISON, MARGARET D TO JAN. 31 

AYCOCK, STEPHEN R INTERN, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 

BAMBERG, PEGGY C DISTRICT SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 7 TO 

APRIL 22 

BAMBERG, WALTER J FIELD REP, 

ByKHALT, RON«LD R PRESS-PR ASST, FROM MARCH 1 

CAMPBELL, JENNIFER C SECRETARY, FROM JUNE "5 

DEBUTTS, LOUISE B SECRETARY, 

DENT, BARBARA R SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 13 TO APRIL 14 

AND DISTRICT SECTY, FROM APRIL 15 ... 

GASSMAN, JULIA N 

HAMPTON, NELL R SECRETARY, TO MARCH 15 

JANK, MARK A CLERK, FROM JUNE 22 

JOHNSON, JOHN K TO MARCH P 

MCMAHON, LINDA S LEGIS ASST, 

POSEY, JAMES C 

OUARTON, SHARON J SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 7 

SHELLEY, JANE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 ... 

STEEN, JUNIUS C AOMIN ASST, 



$1,192.50 
9,450.00 
5,522.70 

3 75.00 
3,792.90 
1,458.33 

375.00 

190.00 
6,300.00 

450.00 
1,356.77 

600.00 

650.00 
2,110.28 
3,792.90 
2,875.00 

700.00 
6,930.00 
2,290.92 
8,790.24 
5,302.50 



3,799.9R 
12,255.66 
4,500.00 
4,249.98 
4,999.98 
8,420.20 
3,374.98 
12,750.02 
1,295.00 



3,916.68 

2,700.00 

1,000.00 

300.00 

1,266.67 

8,500.02 

3,666.68 

346.67 

5, 899.98 

1,893.33 

5,550.00 

2,500.00 

105.00 

2,527.78 

4,999,98 

2,872.71 

3,208.32 

300.00 

13,833.32 



OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES C. OIGGS, JR. 



BETHEA, CAROLYN T 

BURR ELL, TON! JEAN 
BUTCHER, CARYL J 
OUROSE, CAROLYN P 
DUNN, HERMAN LEE 
FORD, CLAUDE A, JR 
HAMS, JACOUELYN F 
HAPLEY, ALMFDA J 

HOOPER, THOMAS H, III 
JENKINSON, FRIEDA A 
JETFR, PRINCE WALLACE 
JONES, GRETCHEN A 



CLERK-TEMPORARY, FROM FEB. 10 TO MARCH 

31 854.17 

CLERK, FROM APRIL 13 TO APRIL 30 250.00 

CLERK, FROM FEB. 16 TO MARCH 3! 472.37 

PRESS SECTY, TO APRIL 17 3,906.97 

INTERNE, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 125.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE ! .... 300.00 

RECEPTIONIST-CLERK, FROM JUNF 26 90.28 

PECEPTIONI ST-Cl K-TYPIST, FROM MARCH 23 

TO JUNE 23 1,643.07 

INTERNE, FROM JUNE 1 125.00 

LEGIS ASST, TO FEB. 29 3,166.66 

SPECIAL ASST, 2,500.02 

STAFF A^<;T (TEMP), FROM MAY 3 1,611.11 



37 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



GFFIC.F OF HDN. CHAPLFS C. OIGGSt JR. - mMTTNIlEP 

LEATHFRWDOO, RORFRT P PUP RELNS-COMM IIAISON, 

LFWT'i, DALE ANN ^FfTY, FROM JUNF I TO JUNE ?S 

MARSH, JAMES I, JR INTERNE, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

MATLOCK, FELIX R 

MEYER, NATILE G RErFPTIONI ST-Cl ERK TYPIST, TO MARCH 22 

OBRIEN, SHEILA M SECTY-CASE WORKER, FROM APRIL 6 TO 

APRIL 30 AND CASE SECRETARY, FROM MAY 
1 

QIJARKER, onROTHY F ADM ASST, 

SANDERS, MATTYE SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 

TILLETTF, EILEEN S SECTY, 

TYLER, ALBERT ROSCOE 

VALENTINE, MAUDE CASE SECRETARY, TO APRIL lA 

WHITE, MURIEL J SECTY, FRO" APRIL 17 TO APRIL 21 

WILLOUGHBY, JOAN T PRESS SECTY, F"nM MAY 1 

WILSON, ERNEST J, III LFGIS SECPFTARv, FROM MARCH 1 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN 0. OINGELL 

ANDERSON, PATRICIA A CLERK, 

gRENNAN, JiiniTH A CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 

CANTWELL, Jt^ANNETTE H ADM ASST, 

CANTWELL, MARY FRANCES CIERK, 

COTGRA, ALLFNE P 

EMRRY, NELL HACKNEY CLERK, 

ENGLF, DOROTHY CLERK, FROM MAY 1 

HUGHES, A LORRAINE M CLERK, 

JAMES, NANCY M CLFRK, TO MARCH 5 

KAHLER, TERESA M CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 

KRASNER, DIANE L CLFRK, TO FEB. 20 

MCCUE, ELIZABETH M TLERK, 

PRATHFR, CHARLES W 

STVERTS, GRANT H LEGIS ASST, 

WOOD, MARY ANN 

OEPICE OF HON. HAROLD 0. DONOHUE 

ALPERT, SHIPLEY M SECRETARY, TO APRIL 30 

BEAIICHAMP, GERALOINE SECTY, 

BRODEUR, ALFRED J CLERK, 

CHPOMIAK, ANNA MAE SECTY, FROM MAY 1 

COMINGS, SARA ELLEN SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 10 

HEALEY, GRACE G SFCTY, 

HEIBERGER, M PATRICIA SECRETARY 

MEPCIER, BEVERLY A SECRETARY, 

MORRISSEY, THOMAS F CLERK, 

PAVITT, JAM^S L LEGIS RESEARCH ASST, FROM APRIL 1 .... 

ROURKE, WILLIAM A AOMIN ASST, 

SIRIANNI, MICHELE TONI SECRETARY, FROM JAN. II TO APRIL 30 .. 



$p,ono.oo 

4f6.67 

12^.00 

6, 107.34 



2,097.23 

lS,16f,.67 

716.67 

6,775.75 

6,135.14 

3,140.21 

1 IB. 06 

1,500.00 

4,333.32 



5,130.00 
1.950.00 

15,300.00 
5,508.00 
5,200.00 
5,292.00 
1,633.34 
5,292.00 
2,049.67 
2,334.00 
242.00 
4,153.00 
8,292.00 

10,986.00 
3,396.00 



4,479.32 

7,894.98 
1,000.02 
1,100.00 
641.67 
4,500.00 
6,264.00 
3,022.50 
1,000.02 
2,000.01 
15,300.00 
2,069.44 



OFFICE OF HON. WM. JENNINGS BRYAN DORN 



ADAMS, GAY PITA 
ANTHONY, LINDA GAIL 
AUTREY, NORMA F 
BEACHAM, WILLIAM P, JP 
BRADFORD, JAMES W, JR 
BROWNLEY, MARTINE W 
DENT, CHARLOTTE B 
FOREMAN, MARGARET J 
HALL, KARFN M 
HAYFS, VICTORIA LYNN 
HOBSON, JOSEPH W 
HORTON, OZEY K, JR 
JOHNSTON, HARRY M, JP 
POLIAKOFF, EDWARD E 
SANDIFER, FRANCIS H 

SCHULZE, CONSTANCE ANN 
SEXTON, CARROLL L, JR 
WARD, JUDITH M 



CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 

SFCTY, 

CLERK, 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

SECRETARY, 

CLERK, FROM JUNE I 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .. 

SECRETARY, 

CLERK, FROM MAY 15 

SECTY, 

SECTY, TO MAY 22 

ASST, TO JAN. 31 AND SFCTY, FROM FEE 
1 TO MAY 31 AND CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 . 

CLERK, FROM APRIL 15 

CLFRK, FROM MAY 15 

CLERK, TO FEB. 15 



3,125.00 
4,416.67 
4,541.40 
8,747.16 
3,000.00 

666.67 
4,541.40 
5, 125.00 

550.00 

300.00 
5,308.35 

843.33 
8,081.31 
5,740.00 

3,883.32 
1,647,77 

843.33 
900.00 



38 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFPICF OF HOM. WM. JENNINGS BRYAN HORN - CONTINUED 



WILLIAMS, VIVIAN 
WYNOHAM, MARY LEE 
YOUNG, JEFFREY R 



CLERK, FROM MAY 25 t600.00 

to JAN. 15 291.66 

CLERK, TO JAN. 31 520.00 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN G. DOW 



BELL, DALE W 
BLANKS, WAYNE A 



CI PR I AN I, DORIS C 



CORREA, NANCY 
DOOLING, JOHN J 
DUNCAN, RONALD ALAN 
FGAN, WILLIAM J 
ENGLFHART, ROBERT J 
FALLON, BERNARD R 
FEUER, MICHAEL 
FEUFR, MILDRED 

GARDNER, WAYNE 
GONZE, RUTH 



HOLLANDER, RICHARD S 
HOROWITZ, ADA E 
HUNTER, BENJAMIN S, JR 
KETCHAM, ROBERT C 
KRAUSE, PATRICIA A 
KUNKEL, JOAN M 
KUNKEL, MICHAEL LEE 

LEHMAN, SUSAN N 
MAIONE, MICHAEL R 
MOORE, NANCY SMITH 

PATTERSON, LAURA N 
POLLACK, FRED LEWIS 
ROCKYMORE, CAROLYN J 



SCALZO, JUNE M 

SCANLON, JUDY B 
SCHOLTZ, AMBER E 
SCHROEHER, KATHY JEAN 
SHEA, MARGARET 
SPEAR, JONATHAN BOYD 

STEVENS, FREIDA 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN DOWDY 

AMIDON, MARJORIE 
CLARK, IVA NEIL 
DEAN, GERTRUDE MAXINE 
nnWDY, J D 
GUY, SHIRLEY RUTH 
HFNSHAW, JOHN M 
JOHNSON, DONALD LEE 
JOHNSON, MARIE E 
JOHNSON, MARY F 
LANOGRAF, LESTER C 
MAYFR, MARION RITA 
MCDONNELL, EUNICE 
TARRANT, CHERI 
VINSON, TERFSA 
YOES, GERALD 



STAFF ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 . 833.33 
SPECIAL ASST, TO FEB. 29 AND LEGIS 

ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO MAY 31 3,883.33 

CASEWORKER, TO FEB. 29 AND DISTRICT 
ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 AND 

STAFF ASST, FROM APRIL 1 4,083.35 

SECTY, FROM MAY 16 1,166.66 

PRESS ASST, FROM JUNE 1 833.33 

STAFF ASST, TO APRIL 30 1,383.3A 

DISTRICT REP, TO JAN. 31 1,333.33 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

DIST PEP, FROM FEB. 1 7,B33.35 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 . 448.33 
CASEWORKER, TO MARCH 31 AND STAFF 

ASST, FROM APRIL 1 3,583.32 

STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 26 100.00 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 

AND FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 AND 

STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 15 

AND LEGIS SPECIAL ASST, FROM JUNE 16 . 1,808.33 

PRESS ASST, FROM JUNE 16 833.00 

CLERK, TO JAN. 31 416.67 

DISTRICT ASST, FROM MAY 1 TO JUNE 15 . 787.50 

LEGIS ASST, TO MARCH 8 3,966.67 

SPECIAL ASST, TO JAN. 31 1,240.99 

AOMIN ASST, 9,100.00 

STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 

31 433.33 

CASEWORKER, FROM APRIL 1 1,457,00 

PRESS ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO JUNE 15 .. 1,458.34 
SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM MARCH 1 

TQ MARCH 31 791.67 

SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 TO JUNE 25 .... 3,000.00 

STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 16 500.00 

PERGONAL SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 9 TO 
MARCH 31 AND EXECUTIVE SECTY, FROM 

APRIL 1 3,093.34 

CASEWORKER, TO MARCH 31 AND STAFF 

ASST, FROM APRIL 1 4,083.35 

SECRETARY, TO FEB. 29 1,466.66 

STAFF ASST, 5,391.67 

SECRETARY, 4,325.01 

STAFF ASST, FROM MAY 16 TO JUNE 15 ... 349.33 
PRESS ASST, TO FEB. 29 AND LEGIS ASST, 

FROM MARCH 1 5,741.66 

SECRETARY, TO MAY 15 2,708,32 

SECRETARY, 8,000.00 

CLERK, 3,145.98 

SECRETARY, 5,599.98 

SECRETARY, 11,625.00 

CLERK, 1,000.02 

CLERK, 600.00 

CLERK, TO MARCH 5 AND FROM JUNE 1 .... 4,356.34 

SECRETARY, 5,500.02 

CLERK, FROM MARCH 6 TO MAY 31 3,895.83 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

SECRETARY, 5,599.98 

ADMIN ASST, 11,583.35 

CLERK, TO MARCH 10 AND FROM MAY 8 .... 2,445.01 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 356.16 

CLERK, 7,750.02 



39 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS N. DOWNING 



BURNIFTT, RARBARA CLERK, TO APRIL 30 AND SECTY (CLERK), 

FROM MAY 5 

CHASE, CONSTANCE HARA CONGRESS I ONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 .... 

CONNOR, LINDA MAE CLERK, 

FLANAGAN, FAITH B CLERK, 

HARRIS, LOGAN, JR CLERK, 

HEATER, ELIZABETH OUNN CLERK, FROM JAN. 24 

HEVENER, KARIN E CLERK, TO MARCH 31 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

APRIL 5 TO APRIL 30 AND SECTY-CLERK, 
FROM MAY 1 

HORWITZ, BARBARA S CLERK, 

HIJTTQN, E MCK ADM ASST, 

JENKINS, NANCY S CLERK, 

LYNNE, ISABFLLF CLERK, TO JAN. 15 

NOMEYKO, ELIZABETH C CLERK, 

OBRIEN, MARY LOU CLERK 

PHILLIPS, GRACF W SECRETARY, 

ROSS, IDA JANE CLERK, 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT F. DRINAN 

ANDERSON, MARY R SECTY, FROM JAN. 3 

ANNAS, MARY S ASST TO LEGIS ASST, TO MAY 31 AND 

PERSONAL SECTY, FROM JUNE 1 

BANKOWSKI, ELIZABETH A STAFF ASST-CASE WORKER, 

BARROW, MATTIE H ASST TO LEGIS ASST, FROM MAY 8 TO JUNE 

7 

BETHEA, KATHEPYN R RECEPTIONIST, FROM MARCH 1 

BONELLI, PATRICIA D PERSONAL SECRETARY, TO APRIL 30 

CASSE, ELLEN M SECRFTARY, FROM MAY 1 TO JUNE 9 

CONRY, THOMAS J, JR DISTRICT LIAISON, TO APRIL 30 

CROSBY, JEAN E SECTY-RECEPTION I ST , 

FFLDBFRG, WARREN D CONG AIDE, FROM JUNE 12 

FLYNN, WILLIAM G SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 

FRUITMAN, MICHAEL P CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

HAY, ELIZABETH A SFCPFTARY, 

HURLEY, PAULA M STAFF ASST-RECEPTI ONIST , 

JARVI, LEONARD W RESEARCH ASST, 

MICHAELSON, MARTIN R LEGIS ASST, 

PIERCE, PHILLIP F, JR STAFF ASST, FROM APRIL 10 

SHUMAN, FRANCES C STAFF ASST-PUBLIC RELS 

STARR, DINAH DISTRICT LIAISON, FROM MAY 1 

VANCE, DOROTHY M S^AFF ASST-RECEPTI ONI ST , TO FEB. 18 .. 

WHITE, LAWPFNCE LFGIS RESEARCH, FROM JAN. 18 

ZARROW, AMY LEVY LEGISLATIVE SECTY, FROM JUNE 12 

OFFICE OF HON. THADDEUS J. DULSKl 

CARRONE, ANMA CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JUNE 1 

■ CLAY, JOYCE B 

DRAJEM, IRFNE CLERK, TO APRIL 30 

GOLEBIEWSKI, RAYMOND T 

KARAGIANES, "ETER CLERK, 

KASPRZAK, CARRIE F CLERK, TO MAY 31 

KOVALESKI, KANDY L CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, FROM MARCH 27 .... 

MCCABE, JAMES J 

MESSINA, CRUCIAN S CLERK, 

NEESE, E IRENE 

RODRIGUEZ, MARTHA I CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JUNE 1 

THOMAS, CATHARIN 

YAVULLA, MARGARET CLERK, 

ZELECHIWSKY, BOHDAN J CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 16 ... 



S5, 100.00 

260.00 

6,250.02 

2,500.02 

600.00 

6,890.57 



6,250.01 
4,750.02 
15,300.00 
6,250.02 
354.17 
7,500.00 
4,099.98 
3,499.98 
7,900.02 



3,380.55 

4,583.33 

4,750.02 

708.33 
2,500.00 
4,333.32 

704.17 
3,666.68 
2,899.98 

316.67 
13,249.98 

300.00 

3,750.00 

3,000.00 

4,500.00 

12,000.00 

540.00 
4,999.98 
1,333.34 
1,093.33 
3,622.24 

475.00 



350.00 
4,381.74 
2,400.00 
4,541.40 
2,400.00 
2,441.65 
2,088.90 
6,608.34 
3,165.00 
11,714.46 

350.00 
4,938.66 
7,648.74 

150.00 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN J. DUNCAN 



ASKEY, THELMA JANE 
BAILEY, L EDGAR, JR 

BLAIR, ROBERT 
BRASFIFLD, FREDDIE R 
BRICE, PEGGY J 
BROOKS, SANDRA LFLA 
CAMERON, GAIL MARIE 
CAPOIELLO, CANDACE 
CRAWFORD, SERENA ANN 



SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 15 2,120.00 

FIELD ASST, 8,269.80 

FIELD ASST, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 600.00 

FIELD ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 ... 1,000.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 16 ... 150.00 

SECTY, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 800.00 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 800.00 

CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 1,125.00 

CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 1,125.00 



40 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN J. DUNCAN - CONTINUFD 



OAVIDSOM, DAVIO ALLEN CLFRK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 $800.00 

DELOZtERt OORTHA P LEGI'^LATIVF ASSISTANT, TO FEB. 29 AND 

LEGIS SECTY, FROM MARCH 1 6,598.36 

FASTON, ANDREA C SECRETARY, 3,750.00 

EASTON, JAMES C LEGIS ASST, 6,000.02 

GARRETT, VELMA L DISTRICT SECTY, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 

31 1,000.00 

GRAN, JESSIE R 6,111.00 

HARVATT, KATHLEEN ANN CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 2,000.00 

JONES, ERNIE PRYOR , II CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 1,000.00 

KEENER, EVERETT F FIELD ASST, TO JAN. 31 1,000.00 

LINDSEY, VICKI J CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 800.00 

MAIN, KAY UPCHURCH ADM ASST 6,598.36 

MATHIS, WRIGHT A FIELD MAN, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 .. 1,000.00 

MAYNARD, WILLIAM H 2,588.82 

MCKINNEY, KAREN CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 1,125.00 

MCRAE, MILDRED B 4,48A.10 

MYERS, KENT FIELD MAN, FROM AORIl 1 TO APRIL 30 .. 700.00 

NELSON, JANFT LEE CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 1,150.00 

NEWMAN, CHARLES C, JR FIELD ASST, FROM JUNE 1 1,000.00 

PFTRONF, STEVE ALBERT CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 800.00 

PIGMON, PATRICIA A SECTY, 2,469.00 

REEDY, KATHY L CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 1,000.00 

ROHER, JANNIE L PRESS SECRETARY, TO MARCH 31 3,138.66 

SAMPLES, STFPHEN T FIELD ASST, FROM JUNE 1 1,200.00 

SMITH, RAYMOND FIELD MAN, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 .... 600.00 

WATTS, CHARLOTTE ANABFL DISTRICT SECTY, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 

31 1,000.00 

WEAVER, GARY K CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 800.00 

WEBB, CORA HUNT DIST OFFICE SECTY, FROM JUNE 1 416.67 

WINTON, EDNA FRANCES CLERK, TO JAN. 31 800.00 

OFFICE OF HON. PIERRE S. 'PETE' DUPONT 

BENNETT, THOMAS L CONG ASST 3,319.98 

EVANS, RICHARD H ADMIN ASST, 12,675.00 

FAX, LESLIE R ASSISTANT, 3,957.48 

GOODNOF, SUSAN L CONGRESSIONAL CLERK, 3,165.00 

GRAY, JOAN R APPOINTMENTS SECRETARY, 4,537.50 

HARRIS, SUF E CLERK, TO FEB. 13 344.00 

HAYDEN, MARILYN R PRESS SECRETARY, 6,514.98 

JONES, YVONNF G EXEC SECTY-DI STR ICT , 5,117.52 

KENTON, GLENN C LEGIS COUNSEL, 13,965.00 

KEYSER, OIANE M STAFF SECRETARY, 3,852.48 

KIRKLEY, PAUL E AIDE, FROM FEB. 14 1,118.83 

OLNEY, AUSTIN P LEGIS ASST, 6,250.02 

RICH, SALLY K LEGIS SECRETARY, 4,485.00 

SNYDER, JACK L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 .... 260.00 

TANSEY, JOAN N CASEWORKER, 5,262.48 

THOMPSON, HAZEL BUNTING ASSISTANT CASEWORKER, 3,957.48 

OFFICE OF HON. FLORENCE P. DWYER 

AMIDON, CATHERINE JO CLERK, 3,808.50 

ARTHUR, ELIZABETH T DISTRICT SECRETARY, 6,013.50 

FICHHORN, HILDA DISTPICT CLERK, 2,110.02 

EVERETT, WILLIAM H DISTRICT SECRETARY, 3,607.98 

HEYERDAHL, VIRGINIA A CLERK, 4,483.50 

JONES, BARBARA ANN CLERK, TO JUNE 4 4,210.62 

KEENAN, FRANCIS J ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

KLOOS, SUSAN K CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 833.33 

PATTl, ELIZABETH C CLERK, FROM JUNE 8 536.67 

SILVANI, CAROL JEANNE SECTY, TO JAN. 31 AND CLERK, FROM FEB. 

I TO JUNE 10 3,985.41 

V1LLANCE, ETHEL Dl STR I CT CLERK , 2,310.00 

VANDUYNE, HARRIET L J SECRETARY, 7,596.00 

YACKER, MARC D CLFRK, 4,921.50 



I 41 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. BOB FCKHARDT 



BUTLER, 4LM4 L 
CnCHR.4N, GLORIA R 

cnN^4^R, robfpt j 

DAY, CYNTHIA BETH 

GRAY, FRANCF«; L 
GRAY, H H, JR 
HENOFR'SON, BRENOA . 
HOLMES, CHARLES W 
HUTCHINS, JOYCE 
JACKSON, JUDY M 
KINNEY, JANIF A 
MARKOWITZ, STEVEN 
OZMOPE, KEITH 
POLAN, STEVEN M 
SCHLINE, SANORA D 
SEDDON, KATHRYN 
SHEPARD, SUSAN R 
SUDOW, ELLEN L 
ZAEHOINGER, JOHN F 



OFFICE OF HON. ED EOMONDSON 

BLYOEN, ELLEN F 
BURTON, HELEN C 
FAKER, GERALDINE W 
GIBSON, BETTY C 
GRIMFS, GEORGE LACY 
JENNINGS, MOZELLA FAYE 
JOHNSON, GLAPYS F 
LYNN, JOHN E 
MCCAULEY, WILLIAM 
RAY, RODNEY J 
SHIELnS, JACKIE KAY 
TAYLOR, CLAYTON C 
TEMPLE, GLEN04 LOUISF 
WHITE, RICHAPO H, JR 



OFFICF OF HON. DON EDWARDS 

BOROUEZ, CECILIA A 
CREECH, RUBY H 
DAVIO, JAMPS EDWARD 
DFLGADO, JESSE L 
FREIOENRICH, DENNIS 
GERSH, MARK 
JOHNSON, STUART H, JR 
JONSEN, ANN M 
KEE, SHEILA K 
KIRCHFN, SARAH J 
KRAUSF, PATRICIA 4 
LOFGREN, SUS4N E 
LUMPKINS, DORIS B 

MEDEIROS, &NNF BRADLEY 
PARKER, ALAN A 
POCHE, MARCEL B 
STICKNEY, AILSA J 



CASE WORKER, t4, 999.98 

STAFF ASST, 4,999.98 

FIELD REP, 5,500.02 

RESEARCH CLFRK, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 

30 19A.33 

OFFICE MANAGER 10,000.0? 

RESEARCH ASST, TO FEB. 29 1,864.50 

CASE WORKER, 4,500.00 

PRESS ASST, 10,500.02 

CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 633.32 

CASE WORKER, 4,999.98 

RESEARCH CLERK, 1,608.33 

LEGIS ASST, 9,499.98 

FNVIP FIELD COORDINATOR, 10,543.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNF 1 .... 300.00 

RESEARCH ASST, TO JAN. 31 750.00 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM FEB. 1 3,333.35 

CLERK TYPIST 3,750.00 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TQ MAY 31 699.99 

RESEARCH CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 

30 166.67 

CLERK, TO JUNE 10 3,751.09 

SECRETARY, 7,596.00 

SECTY, 3,481.50 

OFFICE DIRECTOR WASH., 8,545.50 

DIST ADM ASST, 12,027.00 

CLERK TYPIST, 3,956.28 

CLERK, FROM APRIL 15 1,393.33 

LEGIS ASST, 6,488.28 

4SST OIST OFFICE DIP, 4,589.28 

FIELD 4SST, TO JUNE 15 3,626.59 

FROM JUNE 1 625.01 

CONCESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

SECRET4PY, 6,488.28 

ADM ASST - WASHINGTON, 10,602.78 

SECRETARY, 4,789.32 

CLERK, 2,848.50 

STAFF ASST, FROM MAY 1 1,087.50 

ADM ASST, 8,174.46 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 3,881.33 

STAFF ASST, 1,266.00 

STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 31 700.00 

CLERK, 2,686.62 

STAFF ASST, TO ePRIL 30 583.32 

STAFF ASST, FROM FEB. 1 4,176.05 

STAFF ASST, 1,266.00 

STAFF ASST, 4,628.18 

SECRETARY, TO FEB. 29 AND PERSONAL 

SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 4,819.72 

DIST PEP, 2,743.02 

LEGIS ASST, 11,832.50 

EXEC. ASST, 11,148.34 

OFFICE MANAGER, TO MAY 31 AND ADM 

ASST, FROM JUNE 1 11,908.08 



OFFICE OF HON. EDWIN W. EDWARDS 



BRFAUX, JOHN 8 

CLEMENT, "ENOLA 
COUSINS, CATHERINE K 
D4VENP0RT, ANN B 
GOCHENOUR, DIANE B 
JEEF^RS, BENJAMIN LFE 
JONES, LLOYD G 



STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 31 AND DISTRICT 

ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO MARCH 31 4,991.67 

SECRETARY, TO MAY 9 1,641.83 

SECTY, TO JAN. 16 422.22 

DIST ASST, TO MAY o 5,595.01 

AOMIN ASST 7,133.32 

STAFF ASST, TO MAY 9 2,259„99 

DISTRICT ASST, 7,775.01 



42 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFPICE OF HON. FOWIN W. EDWARDS - CONTINIJFD 

MANUEL, ROLAND A DISTRICT ASSISTANT, FROM APRIL 1 TO 

MAY 31 

MAYER, JANICE L SECRETARY, 

MILLER, PAMELA E LEGtS ASST, 

MILLER, SHARON K FXFCMTIVE ASST, 

MONLFZUN, A BERNADETTF SECTY, TO MAY 9 

THORN, JESSE DALE ADM ASST, TO MAY 9 

TREADWAY, OFF ANNE CASE WORKER, 

WILMER, CHARLOTTE M SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. JACK EDWARDS 

BARNES, JANICE G CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 TO APPII 30 .... 

BATH, MARIANNE G SECRETARY, 

BROWN, TYRONE CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

BYRNE, PATRICIA SECRETARY, TO APRIL 14 

CESSNA, DANA J PRESS AIDE, TO AORIL 30- 

COTTLE, LAWRENCE CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

DAWSON, ROflEPT K LEGIS ASST, 

DECK, ROBIN SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 

GRAY, HENRI JEAN SECRETARY, FROM Adril 1 ■? 

HAYS, SHIRLFY JO SECRETARY, 

JACKSON, CHARLES E FIFLD REPRESENTATIVE, 

LAURIE, JACOUELYN E SECTY, 

NORRIS, WILSON C FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, 

NORWOOD, DAVID GLENN FIELD REP, FROM A°RIL I , 

POWELL, JAMES M rONr,DES SIPN AL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .. 

PRUITT, DAVID C, III ADMIN ASST, 

SWANZY, HENRY CLAY, JR PRESS ASST, FROM MARCH 1 

TURNER, LARRY V STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

VOGHT, VIRGINIA B SECTY, 

WEBB, GLENDA CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

WILLIAMS, HAROLD D CLERK, TO MAY 31 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSHUA FILPERG 

ARGETSINGER, BARBARA SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 

BRUCE, JALAYNF R SECRETARY, 

DULD, CHARLES F FROM APRIL 17 

DUNNE, MARY EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 

GIFS, "ATRICIA ANNE PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

KRAWCZUK, RUSSELL Y ADM AS'ST, TO JAN. 31 

LYONS, AGMES MARIE SECRETARY, 

MARKS, BEATRICE 

MATHIUS, FRANK J LEGIS ASST, 

MORGAN, GRACE W SECRETARY, 

NELSON, NANCY ADM ASST 

SHORE, AUGUSTA S SECRETARY, 

STILLWELL, BFTTE J SECRETARY, ,.. 

UMANSKY, DAVID J EXFC ASST, 

OFFICE HE HON. JOHN N. ERLENBOPN 

ALLFMAN, DEBORAH LEE 

HANN, DOROTHY J SECRETARY, 

HORNUNG, LEONA M 

KAYSFR, PAULINE SECRETARY CASEWORKER 

KNUEPFER, ROBERT C, JR CLERK, TO JAN. 31 

MAXWELL, JOANNE D EXEC ASST, 

MCGREW, EINLEY ADM ASST, 

MURRAY, LORNA C CLERK, TO APRIL 30 

NOUNNAN, CLAUDIA P 

PEtO, ROBIN SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 

ROEOCRER, JDOY ANN SECRETARY, 

SIADFK, CAROLYN M LEGIS ASST, 

TREES, GEORGE S, JR RESEARCH ASST, 

UTT, ANN J SECRETARY, FROM MAY 15 

ZEPP, RUTH GLENDA FXEC SECY, 



«2,000.00 
4,100.0? 
5,933.34 
5,450.00 
2,254.75 
6,900.00 
5,049.9B 
5, 158.35 



450.00 
4,500.00 

111.67 
2,744.46 
4,500.00 

366.67 
5,874.99 

750.00 
1,266.67 
6,425.01 
7,750.02 
3,000.00 
7, 183.34 
1,291.67 

300.00 

14, 100.00 

5, 166.68 

366.67 
4,249.98 
1,100.00 
1,500.00 



1,500.00 
4,575.00 
3,186. 12 
6,330.00 
6,330.00 
1,316.67 
4,750.02 
2,968.56 
6,700.02 
1,000.02 
15,100.02 
1 ,147.48 
4,750.02 
8,700.00 



3,658.35 

3,833.34 

3,825.00 

3,949.98 

200.00 

11,125.02 

11,125.02 

1, 154.17 

1,875.00 

3, 166.65 

3,825.00 

7, 125.00 

5,875.02 

817.77 

6,874.98 



43 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. M4RVIN L. ESCH 

BILLINGS, MARJORIE CLERK, «3,704.15 

qROWN, JONATHAN 4 LEGIS 4SST, 7,320.83 

CANNON, MARY ANN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 12 ... 190.00 

CHAMBERS, MARY ALICE CLERK 5,175.00 

CRAIG, LINDA GENE PERSONAL SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 2,250.00 

DAVIS, LINDA CAROL SECRETARY, TO MARCH Zh 2,205.00 

GLOVER, SANDRA J CLERK, 4,730.28 

GOETHE, MARJORIE E CLERK, 1,732.50 

HARTWELL, KEITH 4,450.00 

JONFS, ROBERTS ADM ASST, TO JAN. 9 710.00 

KAFER, RUTH ELIZABETH CLERK, FROM MAY 1 500.00 

KORN, KENNETH R CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 225.00 

MILLER, LURFNA M DISTRICT SECRETARY, 5,643.78 

PLETCHFR, MARY LOU CLERK, FROM JUNE 12 327.22 

RAISON, RICHARD H OIST REP, 8,207.65 

REED, CANDACE CLERK, 3,966.65 

REEVE, CAROL CLERK, 4,616.65 

STEVENS, GEORGE W ADMIN ASST 13,016.65 

WAGNER, JERRY C CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 1,800.00 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWIN D. ESHLEMAN 

BURKE, JUNE H AOMIN ASST, 14,223.78 

FELTY, PATRICIA A STENOGRAPHER, 5,169.48 

FITZKEE, CHARLES W INVESTIGATOR, 4,642.02 

GALEBACH, STEPHEN H CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 450.00 

HFINZEL, VIOLFT EXEC STENOGRAPHER, 8,482.38 

JACKSON, GEORGE W DISTRICT ADMIN ASST, g, 874.44 

J4RVIS, ANNE R CLERK, FROM JUNE 12 205.83 

LUTZ, BARBARA 4 CLERK, FROM JUNE 5 390.00 

PEDERSON, MARY S CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO APRIL 30 300.00 

REEDY, R RONALD FIELD REP, 7,386.96 

STRICKLER, CATHERINE E STENOGRAPHER, • 2,373.78 

WALKER, ROBERT S RESEARCH ASST, 9,013.98 

WITMER, JANET H STENOGRAPHER, 2,359.26 

OFFICE OF HON. PRANK E. EVANS 

BUTLER, DIANE RESEAOCH ASST, TO APRIL 30 4,000.00 

CONLON, RICHARD ° STAFF DIRECTOR, FROM MAY 1 2,000.00 

DURIGON, VERA LOU CASE WORKER, 4,852.98 

GARDNER, EDWARD E, JR DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE, 6,330.00 

GIBSON, ARCH E LEGIS ASST, 9,758.52 

GOLDING, CHRISTIAN FROM JAN. 24 TO JAN. 31 46.67 

HULSHIZEP, R DALE ADM ASST, 14,330.85 

J4PFE, DANIEL L LEGIS ASST, 7,912.50 

LARSEN, BARBARA EWING SECRETARY, 3,850.50 

LEMPEL, JOLANDA SECRETARY, 4,219.98 

LOVATQ, DAISY 2,299.98 

MAPTINSEN, OLIVIA A SECTY, FROM JUNE 16 187.50 

MUSSO, JOYCE BULKLEY CASE WORKER, 4,483.50 

REDDING, GREGORY ROBERT CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

SAULS, PATRICIA K SECRETARY, 4,219.98 

SCHMIDT, ERIC D 5,802.48 

SILVER, JAMES D FROM JAN. 24 TO MAY 11 720.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JOE L. EVINS 

BOYD, EVIE CHARLENE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE I .... 300.00 

BROWN, FRANKLIN M 3,969.48 

GENTRY, CHARLES E TO FEB. 29 1,266.82 

GENTRY, DORIS H CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 2,533.64 

HICKS, LUCILLE C 6,410.94 

HOUSEWRIGHT, WILMA H 6,410.94 

MITCHELL, RICHARD L 3,800.46 

OACK, LINDA LEE SECTY, 2,848.50 

OARKER, GER4LDINE 15,085.68 

WILLIAMS, BERRY C 10,813.74 

YARBROUGH, JOHNNIE BOB 3,800.46 



79-639 O - 72 - 4 



44 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. DANTF B . FASCFLL 



ADAMS, PATRICIA J 
ASHMAN, PETER G 
BUCKLFY, JOHN R 
BURRIS, BARBARA DIANE 
CALLFSIS, SUE CLAIRE 
CLFARY, RUTH OYFN 
OONDERO, MARIE E 
EVANS, EDITH VINCENT 
HILL, ALMENA PIERSON 
JUDSON, SHARON M 
KAMIS, GEORGIA 
LEVIN, LEON 
NICHOL, M JANET 
QREGAN, CHARLES R 
OSTOIEK, JUDITH A 
SCHMITZ, MARCIA ALLEN 
VINTER, CLARE E 
ZINNER, KAREN LYNN 



CLERK- TYPIST, 

CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 

ADM ASST 

SECTY, 

SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 

SECRETARY, TO FEB. 29 

SECRETARY, 

SECTY, 

CLERK, 

SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 

STAFF ASST, 

SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 

SECRETARY, 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 15 ., 



t2, 332.1? 
259.36 

15,300.00 
5,913.58 
3,600.00 
4,562.50 
993.33 
6,062.17 
1,438.35 
4,681.58 
4,265.23 
1,000.02 
3,340.00 

10,441.62 

1,318.72 

4,250.00 

7,407.56 

160.00 



OFFICE OF HON. WALTER E. FAUNTROY 



BOYKIN, GERALDINE P 
CROCKER, DAVID S 
DANIELS, HARLEY J 
OREYFUSS, HERMINE L 

GREENE, YVONNE J 
HARRIS, JOYCE S 
IRVIN, SARAH F 
JACKSON, BARBARA V 
KING, WAYNE PRESTON 
LELANO, SUZANNE S 
LEWIS, DELANO E 
MAYES, FAYE A 
NELSON, HORACE E, 11 
PUGH, MURIEL M 
SELLERS, BRENDA C 
WHITE, NILES C 
WILLIAMS, YVONNE L 
WOODRIOGE, ANNIE M 



OFFTCE OF HON. PAUL FINDLEY 

ARTHUR, HELEN M 
CONNER, GERALD LEE 
DONALDSON, LOU ANN 
EVANS, MAOELYN 
PAGAN, ETTA M 
GORNEY, MARIJO 
KOVACIC, KATHERINE M 
LEKA, NIANA HELEN 
LEON, MARIANNE MAXINE 
LOHMAN, ROBERTA 

MADSON, GARY K 
MADSON, NANCY K 
MCLAUGHLIN, RICHARD E 
MILLIGAN, PATRICIA A 
NORTON, DONALD R 
0MELC2ENK0, VICTOR 
SIMPSON, OLGA V 
TAYLOR, GARY D 
TERIO, VICKIE M 
VOLK, PATTY D 
WALKER, ETHEL EUOENE 
WICHSER, ROBERT J 
WILLIAMS, JOLYNNE D 



DIRECTOR-DISTRICT OFFICE, 7,691.16 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

LEGTS ASST, 11,543.16 

PROJECT ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 

AND FROM MAY 8 766.11 

STAFF ASST, 3,428.76 

STAFF ASST, 6,261.42 

STAFF ASST, 1,481.22 

STAFF ASST, 6,593.76 

SPECIAL ASSISTANT, FROM APRIL 1 600.00 

STAFF ASST, 3,519.00 

ADMIN ASST, 14,419.98 

STAFF ASST, 3,428.76 

DFP DIR-OIST OFFICE, 4,999.98 

CASE WORKER, 3,909.36 

STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM APRIL 1 1,200.00 

CASE WORKER 3,519.00 

LEGISLATIVE PRESS AIDE, TO FEB. 29 ... 2,575.00 

CASE WORKER, FROM MARCH 1 1,862.50 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, 5,815.02 

LFGIS ASST, FROM APRIL 1 3,603.34 

SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 608.33 

SECRETARY, 4,834.98 

CLERK, 2,637.48 

LEGIS SECRETARY, 5,140.02 

SECTY, FROM FEB. 1 3,091.67 

SECTY, 3,795.00 

CASEWORKER, 4,429.98 

SECTY, FROM JUNE 1 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, FROM JUNE I 600.00 

LEGIS ASST, TO APRIL 30 5,916.68 

SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 .... 125.00 

CLERK, TO MAY 31 1,000.00 

SECRETARY-RECEPTIONIST, TO JUNE 15 ... 3,964.57 

ADM ASST, 12,094.98 

CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 848.00 

SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 16 TO MAY 15 ... 250.00 

CLFRK, FROM JUNE 1 200.00 

SECTY, FROM JUNE 13 250.00 

SECTY, FROM JUNE 1 200.00 

SECRETARY, 3,165.00 

ADM ASST, 10,789.98 

RECEPTIONIST, FROM APRIL 25 1,320.00 



45 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICF OF HON. HAMILTON FI";H, JR. 



RAPl^V, JOHN D AOMIN ASST, $14, 

BROS«;OW, NANCY JEAN SFCTY, FROM JUNE 1 

CAVANAUGH, SHIRLEY J CASE WORKER, 6, 

CLOW, MARIAN G SECRETARY, 3, 

COFFEY, ALAN F, JR LEGI S-PROJECT ASST, TO APRIL 30 AND 

FROM MAY 5 7, 

ELLSWORTH, 4GUSTA M SFCTY-DIST OFFICE, 3, 

ELY, AYA H PERSONAL SECRETARY, 9, 

FRAZFR, SARA E SECTY £ PRESS AIDE, 4, 

FUIMARELLO, HELEN SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 

HOFFMANN, SHELVA R SECRETARY, 4, 

LUCEY, NORA SECRETARY, 4, 

MAZZACANO, MARY SECY-DISTRICT OFFICE, 3, 

NACCARATQ, JOHN J OIST ADM, 6, 

RATHKOPF, CHRISTINA L CLERK, TO MAY 14 2, 

RITZ, MICHELLE A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

ROWE, ARLENE JOY SECRETARY, 3, 

SPARACIO, BARBARA T INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 

OFFICE OF HON. 0. C. FISHER 

CANTRELL, DONALD L CLERK, FROM JUNE I 

CHANDLER, ED SPECIAL ASST, 9, 

DANIELS, EILEEN A CLERK, FROM MAY 1 

DUPUY, PAULINE HOEHLEP SECRETARY, 9, 

GALLO, GRACE 7, 

HUCKABEE, GFRRY N SECRETARY, 1, 

INGRAM, JUNE SECRETARY, 5, 

KIKTA, MILDRED SECRETARY, 6, 

MCKEE, MATTTF MAE SECRETARY, 6, 

MEYER, CYNTHIA L CLERK, FROM MAY 1 

NIXON, VICKI H 6, 

OAULY, HELEN S ADM ASST, 13, 

STAFFORD, EMILY S CLERK, 1, 

ZERTUCHE, DORA ALICIA CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

ZERTIICHE, MARIA SECRETARY, 1, 



423.52 
583.33 
459.77 
465.00 

721.65 

347.08 
455.49 
501.98 
600.00 
931.00 
456.02 
509.65 
526.23 
748.88 
300.00 
429.00 
300.00 



141.67 
783.24 
500.00 
783.24 
625.01 
950.00 
582.52 
500.01 
500.01 
666.66 
500.01 
675.02 
787.49 
250.00 
950.00 



OFFICE OF HON. DANIEL J. FLOOD 



ALTMAN, RICHARD H 

CASEY, LAWRENCE J 
CLARK, MICHAEL A 

DOAN, TESSA LOUISE 
ELKO, STEPHEN R 
HANOVER, ROBERT 9 
JONES, HUGH T 

MERRILL, FREDERICK, JR 
REISS, FLORENCE 
SHEERIN, SARAH MARIE 
SOKOL, POSEMARIE 
STETLER, MARY CATHERINE 
THOMAS, DOUGLAS 

TOMASCIK, HELEN M 
YOURISHIN, LEONA M 



OFFICE OF HON. WALTER FLOWERS 

BOYD, MARTHA M 
BURNS, BEVERLY C 

CHRISTIAN, JOHN M 
DEARMAN, ANDREW J, JR 
DELOACH, MARY B 
EATON, EMMETT W, JR 
FLANAGAN, MARY PALMER 
GERAGHTY, KARENN 
GRANT, LORRAINE 

LAKE, AUBREY M 
RAINER, JOEL MARBURY 



LEGIS CLERK, TO MAY 31 AND LEGIS ASST, 

FROM JUNE I 

PRESS SECTY, 

PRESS ASST, TO APRIL 30 AND SPECIAL 

ASST, FROM MAY 1 

CLERK, TO APRIL 15 

ADM ASST, 

ADM SECY, 

ASST CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND SPECIAL 

ASST, FROM FEB. 1 

RFSEARCH ASST, FROM MAY I 

ASST CLERK 

ASST SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 

ASST CLEPK 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 9 .... 
CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND SPECIAL ASST, 

FROM FEB. 1 

EXEC SECTY, 

ASST SECRETARY, 

SECTY £ CASEWORKER, TO MAY 21 

EXEC SECRETARY, TO APRIL 30 AND EXEC 

ASST, FROM MAY 1 

EXECUTIVE ASST, 

DISTRICT REP, 

DISTRICT SECTY, 

DISTRICT ASST, 

CLERK, 

CASE WORKER, FROM MAY 22 

SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM MAY 1 
AND CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 

CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 

CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 



3,606.08 
4,463.82 

4,863.82 

2, 128.84 

15,300.00 

5,699.95 

4,989.87 
2,000.00 
2,531.40 
3,516.65 
1,585.62 
220.00 

3,468.88 

14,803.62 

6,111.00 



3,347.01 

7,666.68 
14,250.00 
6,000.00 
2,749.98 
4,583.35 
5,374.98 
866.67 

769.50 
1,133.05 
1,800.00 



i 46 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
' JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFTCF OF HON. W&LTER FLOWER"^ - CONTINUFO 



SCHATTFL, PAUL W PRESS 4SST, FROM MARCH 1 TO MAY 31 AND 

PRFSS SECTY, FROM JUNE 1 *6,l^l.f-7 

SPENCER, WILLIE DAWSON 3,139.56 

THOMAS, CHAiJlES W DISTRICT PEP 7,500.00 

THOMAS, FREDA M CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 1,000.00 

WHITEFIELO, HORACE B CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 403. R? 

WOOD, BOBBY C CLERK, 7,140.24 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN J. FLYNT, JR. 

AKIN, JOF R 3,600.00 

8ATT0N, SHIRLEY JAN SFCRFTARY, FROM APRIL 1 l,R5n.01 

BELL, CATHERINE GENEVA STAFF MBR, 2,700.00 

CHEW, MAXINE OFFIL STAFF MEMBER, TO MAY 31 3,708.35 

ELLIS, STEVEN GEORGE CLERK, 5,624.Q9 

FREEMAN, DAVID F STAFF MEMBER, 3,000.00 

JOINER, RAE C SECRETARY 3,766.65 

LOVE, SARAJANE N CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNF 14 ... 170.00 

LUCAS, MARY LOU "ERSONAL SFCRFTARY, 9,925.02 

MCCORO, LINA MAITLAND STAFF MEMBER, TO JAN. 31 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 4,908.33 

NILES, SARAH CLEVELAND CLERK, TO JAN. 31 500.00 

REDMAN, CHARLES L, JR «DM ASST, ll,449.9R 

SCOTT, DONNA CAROL CLERK, FROM MAY 1 1,133.34 

STANLEY, LILA GAIL STAFF MBR, „ 6,975.00 

WALL, ROBERT F CLERK, TO JAN. 31 1,125.00 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS S. FOLEY 

CHEEK, ALLISON CLERK, FROM APOIL 1 TO MAY 15 1,250.00 

COEN, GRETA R CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO JUNE 3 595.84 

CORCOPAN, KERI A CLERK, FPQM JUNE 4 769.81 

CULHANE, MARGARET M STAFF ASST, TO FEB. 29 1,934.34 

DYE, JOHN R STAFF ASST, TO MARCH 31 3,000.00 

FIRST, WILLIAM L , 13,110.48 

FLETCHER, ROSALIF D CLERK, FROM APPIL 11 533.33 

GOTTSCHALL, TERRELL CLERK, FROM MAY 16 TO MAY 31 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTECN, FROM JUNE ! .... 716.67 

HANSEN, APTHUR MICHAEL DISTRICT ASST, 11,025.00 

HOLLEY, THOMAS W 600.00 

KLICKE", SHFRYL ANN FROM JUNF 1 1,000.00 

LARSON, LYNN MARIE SECRETARY, 4,112.50 

MAUK, MARILYN D SECRETARY, 4,195.98 

MCELVEY, SANDRA W SECRETARY, 4,200.00 

MCNFELY, JAMES P CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 400.00 

MOODY, CHERYL CLE^K, FROM JUNE 1 1,000.00 

MOODY, JAMES J CLERK, TO APRIL 30 2,450.00 

RINGER, JEAN C SECRETARY, 7,353.48 

SCHMIDT, KATHI FEN E STAFF ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 . 1,800.00 

SHEPHEPD, KATHFRINE SECRETARY, 5,104„02 

SKAGGS, SUZANNE R CLFRK, FROM APPIL 1 TO APRIL 2 38.89 

STROHMAIER, GARY F SPECIAL ASST, 9,499.98 

VIDET, POTE PUNYAGUPTA CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO "AY 31 1,534.50 

OFFICE OF HON. GERALD R. FORD 

ANTOR, 8FTTF M SECRETARY, 3,850.50 

CONNELL, MARY T CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 500.00 

DFPUYT, DAWN C CLFRK, TO JAN. 31 400.00 

DUKOV, ESTHER SECRETARY, 6,498.48 

DYKEMA, RICHARD T CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 14 ... 170.00 

EDWARDS, SU7ANNE M CLERK, FROM JAN. 17 TO APRIL 30 1,386.67 

GRESOV, WINSTON G CLERK, FROM JUNF 1 1,000.00 

HESSLER, DOROTHY F SECRETARY, 4,747.50 

IHNAT, TERRY JEAN CLERK, FROM MAV 1 TO MAY 31 500.00 

JOHNSON, LARRY CLFRK, FROM MAY I TO MAY 31 200.00 

KAMSTRA, ANNE F SECRETARY, 5,520.00 

KAMSTRA, DOUGLAS CLFRK, TO FEB. 5 466.67 

KILMER, RUTH M SECRETARY 6,498.48 

LAWSON, THOMAS A CLERK, TO JAN. 31 400.00 

LEONARD, MILDRED EXEC SFCTY 9,626.52 

MCCORMICK, MARY C CLERK, FROM JAN. 17 TO MAY 13 1,560.00 



47 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

nPFICR OF HON. GEP/JLO R. FORD - rONTINUFD 



MCGFHEE, Le«;LEY H TLPPK, FROM MARCH 6 tq 4PRII. s <;500.00 

RYAN, FR4NCI"^ XflVTFP CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 AOO.OO 

SCHICMTEL, PHILtP CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 400.00 

TERHORST, GEORGE CLFPK, FROM JUNE 15 ^20.00 

TIJRKEMPURG, THERESE J ^^ECPETaPY, 3,955.98 

VANOERTILL, GORDON E "SPECIAL ASST, 9,790.0? 

VEURINK, NANETTE CLERK, FROM JUNE 1? 316.67 

WESTFIELD, ELAINE M <^FCRETAPY, TO APRIL 15 1,29R.50 

WHITE, JAMES K CLERK, FROM MAY 15 TO JUNE 15 413.33 

WILSOM, JOSEPHINE E LEGtS ASST, 9,609.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIA" D. FORD 

BLANK, JOANNA JUNE SECRETARY, Tn JAM. 31 308.00 

BRANSON, MEREDITH P LEGIS AIDE, 4,950.00 

CERTAIN, STEPHANIE L SECRETARY, 1,764.01 

CLARK, JANINE D SECRETARY, 1,375.00 

HARWOOO, HELEN M SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 7 2,600.02 

HATCHER, ALFRED T DIST RFP, 9,550.02 

J^LLY, THOMflS R LEGIS ASST, TO MARCH 31 AND LEGIS 

AIDE, FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 31 AND 

LFGIS ASST, FROM JUNE 1 5,383.34 

MAPGFTICH, HANNAH R OFFICE MANAGER, 5,327.52 

MCKNIGHT, PATRICIA M RECEPTIONIST, ' 3,900.00 

MONOLIOIS, THEODORE SPECIAL ASST, 5,391.67 

NESVET, JEFFREY L SPECIAL ASST, TO MAY 31 1,125.00 

OTOOLE, JAMES P RESEARCH AIDE, 1,350.00 

OTT, STEFANIF PEPS SFCTY, 5,500.02 

PAPP, ALEXANDER SPECIAL ASST, FROM JUNE 1 333.33 

RATHRUN, FRANK H ADMIN ASST, 14,500.02 

TALLMADGE, PATRICIA SECRETARY, 3,900.00 

UPPAN, JOAN L fASE WORKER, 5,327.52 

WAINIO, HELEN R SECRETARY, 5,749.98 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWIN B. FORSYTHE 

REPKEY, JOSEPHINE A CLERK, FROM may 1 533.33 

BOBB, JE4NNETTE A CLERK, .TO MAY 31 1,500.00 

BRANDT, LINDA B CLERK, FROM MAY P 956.95 

RPOWN, DOROTHY LEE CLERK, 5,400.00 

RPOWNE, WILLIAM V ADM AIDE, 13,330.00 

DARLINGTON, REBECCA CLERK, TO MAY 31 AND FROM JUNE 5 4,082.87 

DINGMAN, RICHARD B STAFF DIRECTOR, FpOM JUNE 1 1,321.46 

FRANKLIN, LYNNE M CLERK, 600.00 

FRIFDLANDFR, BERNICF CLERK TyoiST, TO FEB. 29 AND CLERK, 

FROM MARCH 1 8,080.00 

GATTY, ROBERT C LEGIS AIDF, TO FEB. 29 AND AIDE, FROM 

MARCH 1 9,920.00 

KERVIN, PAMEIA A CLERK, 3,780.00 

LANE, STANLEY W 1,500.00 

MCGANN, MARY B SECRETARY, 7,200.00 

MICHAUX, FRANCINF E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 .... 260.00 

MORE, BARRETT ANN CLERK-TYPIST, 4,200.00 

OKELLY, JANE D CLERK, 2,400.00 

ORO!IRKE, DONALD F CLERK, FROM JUNE I , 250.00 

PLOWMAN, JOAN CLERK, FPOM MARCH 7 2,496.00 

PPOKOP, JUDITH ANNE CLERK, TO MAY 24 2,780.00 

WETTLIN, DANIEL F, JR TO APRIL 30 400.00 

OFFICE OF HON. L. H. FOUNTAIN 

RAYOL, MARGARET S SECRETARY, 9,237.48 

BEST, HELEN H SFCTY, 2,112.48 

DANIEL, TED L EXEC ASST, 10,500.00 

LEMLY, LOUISE C SECRETARY, 5,749.98 

LILES, LUCY G DISTRICT SECRETARY, 4,962.48 

LUCAS, ANNFTTF EAIRLESS CLERK 4,000.02 

MACNAIR, GRETCHEN G SECRFTARY 3,850.02 

MARTINEZ, BEVERLY J SECRETARY, FPOM MARCH 10 TO HAY 14 ... 1,354.17 

MATKINS, BEVERLY KAY SECRETARY, FPOM MARCH 10 2,312.50 

MEOLIN, DENNIESE L SECTY, FROM JUNE 12 343. T6 

PITTMAN, WALTER J ADM ASST, 12,150.00 



48 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30. 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. L. H. FOUNTAIN - CONTINUED 

SKREKIS, E KATHERINE TYPIST, FROM MARCH 13 TO MAY 12 



(1,166.66 



OFFICE OF HON. DONALD M. ERASER 



BINDER, LOIS 
CASEY, CAROL F 
CHANCE, CAROL 
DYE, SHARON S 
ELLIOTT, GERALD R 
FLEISCHHACKER, V M 
GOODELL, JOHN H 
GRANESE, NANCY L 
HERTZ, DOROTHY H 
KNIGHT, RUTH L 
KRATTLI, VERNA KAY 
LEONARD, WINIFRED E 
MACIVER, DALE 
MCFADDEN, JUDITH N 
MOORE, GREGORY A 
NATHANSON, IRIC 
OBRIEN, GEORGIA MARY 
PAGE, MARY ANN 
WATTEN8ERG, MARK H 
MONNEBERGER, ELSIE J 



STAFF ASST, 6,54^.98 

STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 31 758.63 

STAFF ASST, 4,515.00 

ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 1 166.67 

STAFF ASST, 3,4^3.25 

STAFF ASST, 6,544.98 

CLERK, TO MAY 31 833.35 

STAFF ASST, 4,750.02 

STAFF ASST, FROM FEB. 1 2,527.84 

STAFF ASST, 4,635.43 

STAFF ASST, 4,515.00 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 3,078.50 

ADM ASST, 9,495.00 

STAFF ASST, 3,403.32 

STAFF ASST, FROM MAY 1 2,000.00 

8,250.00 

STAFF ASS":", 4,085.85 

STAFF ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 . 1,099.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

STAFF ASST, 6,544.98 



OFFICE OF HON. PETER H. B. FREL I NGHUYSEN 



ANDRUKITIS, BARBARA D 

ARMSTRONG, CATHERINE R 
BENNETT, CATHERINE P 
CAVANAUGH, KATHLEEN M 
CLAPP, VIRGINIA L 
GOLDMAN, PATRICIA A 
HAMILTON, SUSAN L 
HERBERT, WILMA G 

HEWSON, BARBARA C 
JACOBSTEIN, CHARLOTTE H 
JOHNSON, VIRGINIA R 
KENDALL, WILLIAM T 
KIEFFER, JOSFPH D 
KROL, YOLANDA LOUISE 
OWENS, WILLODEAN 
PHILIPSFN, SUSAN L 
RANKIN, CLYDE EVAN, III 
SCHWEICKEPT, PHYLLIS P 
STRAUS, RICHARD BRUCE 
TENEYCK, SHIRLEY R 
TONICH, DOROTHY G 
WEISBROD, HANNO C 



SECRETARY TO ADM ASST, TO JAN. 31 AND 

SECTY TO ADM ASST, FROM FEB. 1 6,350.00 

STAFF ASST, 6,349.98 

STAFF ASST, FROM MARCH 11 2,555.54 

CLERK, TO JAN. 31 250.00 

RESEARCH SECTY, TO FEB. 29 200.00 

STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 1,000.00 

LEGISLATIVE SECRETARY, 4,750.02 

DISTRICT SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 AND 

DISTRICT SECTY, FROM FEB. 1 4,875.00 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 .. 600.00 

LEGIS TYPIST, 3,750.00 

DISTRICT SECRETARY, 4,999.98 

ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 2,999.99 

STAFF ASST, 6,349.98 

MAIL K FILE SECRETARY, 2,050.02 

CLERK, FROM JUNE I 433.33 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 1,000.00 

LFGIS ASST, 5,666.66 

SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 1 316.67 

SECTY 6,883.32 

LEGIS AIDE, TO FEB. 29 1,041.67 



OFFICE OF HON. BILL FRENZEL 

AALBERTS, ROBERT J 
ABRAMS, RONALD L 
BOTHAM, MICHELLE K 
CHRISTENSEN, MAYBETH A 
CLEMENSON, PATRICIA JO 
DAY, DIANA L 
DOWIAK, ELIZABETH 
ECKFRT, NORMANDY 
EVELANO, PATRICIA C 
GERTZ, CHERYL A 
GOLDMAN, PATRICIA A 

KLUG, SANDRA DARLENE 
MCCR TGHT, KATHLEEN A 
NORTHCOTT, JOHN H 

OLSON, MARK W 
PETFRSON, JAN L 



INTERN, TO MARCH 3 630.00 

INTERN, FROM JUNE 16 150.00 

INTERN, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 100.00 

DISTRICT MANAGER, 3,799.98 

CLERK, 1,399.98 

INTERN, FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 31 600.00 

CASE WORKER, 4,999.98 

FIELD REP, FROM MAY 1 1,500.00 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, 4,249.98 

CLFRK, FROM JAN. 3 TO APRIL 30 688.33 

STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 

30 AND RESEARCH ASST, FROM MAY 1 2,000.00 

DISTRICT MGR, 3,949.98 

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 4,249.98 

RESEARCH DIR TRAINEE, TO FEB. 29 AND 

RESEARCH DIRECTOR, FROM MARCH 1 4,000.00 

LFGIS DIR, 7,999.98 

INTERN, TO JAN. 31 100.00 



49 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JU NE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICF OF HON. BTLL FRENZFL - CONTINUEfl 

RATNEP, M4RK 4LLEN INTEPN, FPOM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 tlOO.OO 

S4N0B0, M4RIT E OFFICE M4N4GER, A, 999,98 

SELB. TERRANCE JAMES CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 15 ... 160.00 

SOLANO, CAROL A OFFICE MANAGER, 3,9*9.98 

THORPE, JOSEPHINE B RECEPTIONIST, 3,949.98 

TSCHOHL, JOHN S DISTRICT DIRECTOR, TO FEB. 29 1,000.00 

WILLOW, RICHARD D STAFF DIRECTOR, 13,600.02 

OFFICE OF HON. LOUIS FREY, JR. 

AMANN, KATHERINE E 2,550.00 

ANGFLIS, KRISTINE L FPOM JAN. 24 3,084.72 

DALEY, FRANK J, JR TO APRIL 30 4,451.68 

HUERTA, JOHN L, JR 2,666.67 

JUAREZ, OSCAR F ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

KIPWAN, GLENNA L SECRETARY, 5,749.98 

KNOP, JOHN RICHARD LEGIS ASST, 10,750.02 

LACY, MYRTLE M 3,650.00 

MARPIOTT, FRANK, JR FROM FEB. 1 2,500.00 

MCGEE, IRENE C 3,583.32 

MCGRORY, DOUGLAS PAUL FROM MAY 1 1,500.00 

MIXER, RANOI M 3,772.84 

MOOLY, ILONA LFGIS AIDE, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 350.00 

PICKETT, 4NNF CALDWELL EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 6,099.99 

ROBINSON, JUDITH L TO MAY 14 2,791.67 

SARGENT, WILLIAM K PRESS ASSISTANT, 6,499.98 

SHUTTLEWORTH, THOMAS S CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 8 .... 230.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES G. FULTON 

CAMERON, MARTHA E ADM ASST, TO APRIL 25 9,263.90 

CHEN, DOROTHY ELLEN SECRETARY, TO APRIL 25 2,108.33 

IMBER, ASF TO APRIL 25 7,084.27 

IMBER, OELORES A CLEPK, TO JAN. 31 1,442.93 

MARYN, MARGOT M ADMIN SECRETARY, TO APRIL 25 2,683.33 

MCPHERON, RITA M EXEC SECRETARY, TO APRIL 25 3,194.43 

PIECKA, BETTY LOU SECRETARY-CLERK, TO APRIL 25 2,300.00 

ROTHROCK, KAREN ANN RECEPT I ON I ST-SFCRETARY , TO MARCH 5 ... 1,300.00 

SAKL4S, DOLORES SECRETARY, TO APRIL 25 1,725.00 

SCHIPANI, JUDITH ANN STENOGRAPHER, TO APRIL 25 1,629.17 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD FULTON 

BEEZLEY, GARY T PRESS AIDE, 5,275.02 

BROCK, PATRICIA DFLORFS SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 1,650.00 

CHAPMAN, ALICE ANN SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 10 1,620.00 

COX, MATTYE P SECRETARY, 5,234.94 

OIE'^FNBACH, WILLIAM D SPECIAL ASST, FROM MAY 1 TO JUNE 7 ... 273.21 

DRAKF, JAME<; F 15,300.00 

" DYE, ROY AUGUSTUS, III RESEARCH ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 

31 500.00 

FRITH, OLLIE T SECRETARY, 3,319.56 

GAITHER, CHARLENE C SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 .... 500.00 

GFNTLF, BERNICE K TO APRIL 7 2,252.79 

H4RPIET, EDITH SECRETARY, 5,563.02 

HURVITZ, JEANNE R 4,445.22 

JONFS, DELORES JEAN SECRETARY, 3,666.12 

KEPNES, MONICA K SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 TO JUNE 4 .... 1,016.90 

NELSON, LULA BLACK OFFICE MGR , 6,066.24 

PRESLEY, ODUS E SPECIAL ASST, 6,260.40 

ROLLINS, PAULA CLERK, 3,165.00 

SANDERS, VICKIE JANE SECTY, FPOM JUNE 1 450.00 

SPELMAN, HAROLD J, III SPECIAL ASST, FROM APRIL 18 1,095.00 

THORNTON, WYADINE F SECRETARY, 6,461.34 

WILLIAMS, THOMAS P TO JAN. 31 250.00 



50 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JAN UARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continu ed 

OFFICE OF HON. DON FUOUA 

BAILEY, JUNE F ,.... $2,476.^0 

B4RNFS, CAROLYN J 4,389.17 

CM4LKER, CHARLES W z^, 445. 34 

DEMONTMOLLIN, STEPHEN 8,499.99 

FISHER, RUTH W PERSONAL SECRETARY, 7,843.75 

GRFVE, CECELIA C SECRETARY, /V,/,44.78 

HICKS, THOMAS P 8,560.32 

MCKAY, JOAN S 5,034.52 

ODUM, LINOA SECRETARY, FROM JAN. 10 TO MARCH 19 .. 1,050.00 

ROWLAND, MICHAEL L STUDENT ASST, FROM JUNE 12 190.00 

SCHFCK, JAY T, JR SPECIAL ASST, TO MARCH 31 4,749.99 

SCUDDER, ANN HAMILTON 4,819.58 

STFNSGAARD, ELIZABETH 1,763.82 

WADSWORTH, HERBERT, JR 13,072.93 

WOODBERY, THOMAS D, III CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 12 ... 190.00 

OFFICE OF HON. NICK GALIFIANAKTS 

ATKINS, PLLEN T SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 7 2,480.02 

BOICF, DONA SECTY, 3,375.98 

BROWN, DEBORAH C SECTY, 3,270.48 

FLETCHER, BARBARA M EXEC SECRETARY, 5,830.96 

HALL, CAROL G SECTY, 3,819.12 

HAMLET, ANN T DIST OFF LIAISON OFFICER, 2,260.86 

HONFYCUTT, CAROLYN H SECRETARY, 4,139.82 

LASHLFY, ANN ROBERTA LEGIS SECRETARY, 4,171.56 

MCPHFRSON, WILLIAM V, JP DIST ADM ASST, 7,490.52 

MICHAUX, ERIC C DISTRICT LIAISON OFFICER, 3,165.00 

PETHITK, GEORGE T SPECIAL ASST, TO JAN. 15 583.34 

PLOTKIN, JANE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 12 ... 190.00 

RETD, BALDWIN HORN LEGIS SECRETARY, 3,850.74 

REUSING, MICHAEL V DIST LIAISON OFFICER, 3,956.28 

ROLL, BETSY WELLS ADMIN SECRETARY, 4,339.08 

STILLEY, EVELYN H AGENCY LIAISON OFFICER, 4,747.50 

SUGG, MARGARET JOYCE ADM ASST, 9,758.76 

WEIR, LUCY ANN DISTRICT LIAISON OFFICER, 4,589.28 

OFFICE OF HON. CORNELIUS E. GALLAGHER 

CARROLL, NEIL J DISTRICT SECRETARY, 7,297.50 

COLE, JEAN H SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 .. 295.00 

COOK, MICHAEL ASST LEGIS AIDE, 4,893.75 

DRAKE, NANCY GARROTT RECEPTIONIST £ DEPT ASST, TO JAN. 31 

NND FROM FEB. 5 5,858.33 

FRANK, ROBERT CLERK, TO JUNE 15 1,466.69 

HFNNFSSEY, ARLENE M EXECUTIVE ASST, 7,905.83 

HENNESSEY, PATRICIA R PERS SECTY £ DEPT ASST, 5,280.83 

HUNT, ROBERT A LEGIS ASST, TO FEB. 13 1,755.83 

M^Y, ELIZABETH ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

MCCASSIE, MARY SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 1,425.00 

MCLEON, ADDISON M ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 1 666.66 

MULLANAPHY, LOIS A SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 AND DIST SECTY, 

FROM JUNE 1 5,941.67 

WITTER, CHARLES P SPECIAL ASST, 8,447.92 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD A. GARMATZ 

BAGINSKI, THERESA B FROM MAY 1 3,600.00 

FNGELHARDT, HILDA A STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 31 1,055.00 

FIELDS, HELEN FRANCIS CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

HOFFFRBERT, LOUIS T, JR SECRETARY, 12,967.48 

KOCHANSKI, JFROME J STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 31 2,236.60 

LASSER, MARILYN SECRETARY, 11,299,06 

LEBFAU, JOSEPH A TO JAN. 31 1,883.18 

LIDINSKY, RICHARD A, JR STAFF ASSISTANT, 7,548.00 

MCCLAIN, MICHELE J STAFF ASST, 8,950.66 

SLIFKFR, VICTORIA M SECRETARY, 7,121.96 

SWFGON, ROSE L FROM FEB. 1 3,125.00 

S7ULINSKI, JANE A FROM JUNE 1 2,001.63 

THURSBY, HARPY E FROM MARCH 1 TO MAY 31 . . . 3,604.89 

TRACY, JANICE E SECRETARY, 11,299.06 



I SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
I JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFtCE OF HON. JOSEPH M. G4Y0OS 



ABRAHAM, JOHN L CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 

80NE, SADIE M ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 1 

CLARK, LINDA C SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

CLOSSIN, RICHARD E PRFSS SECRETARY 

Cnx, NANCY LYNN CLERK TYPIST, FROM FEB. 1 

CROSS, RITA M CLERK-TYPIST, 

DIMARCO, PATRICIA 1 ST OFFICE SFCTY, 

GEORGE, MAE OLA CLERK, 

GERRA, RALPH R PUBLICATIONS ASST, 

GILMORE, JOYCE W CLERK, 

HAN8URY, SANDRA EXEC SECRETARY, 

JONES, PHYLLIS SUSAN CLERK TYPI ST-RECEPT, 

MANDELLA, BERNARD A 

MARINO, PATRICIA ANN CLERK TYPIST, 

NIGRISS, FRANK S PUBLICATIONS ASST, 

REMINGTON, KAREN SUE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 15 ... 

STAISEY, WINIFRFO H EXEC SECTY, 

ZAJICEK, JOSEPH R DISTRICT ADMINISTRATOR, 

OFFICE OF HON. TOM S. GETTYS 

BANKHEAO, JOHN G P CLERK, FROM FEB. 9 

BROWN, WILLIAM D CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO MARCH 31 ....... 

CHANDLER, ELIZABETH J CLERK, FROM MAY 10 

CLARKSON, ANN CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

CRANFORO, WULTER B, JR ^LERK, FROM JAN. 3 TO JAN. 31 

FRIEDMAN, DAPHNE CLERK, FOOM JUNE 10 

FRY, MARGUERITE L CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 

GILCHRIST, KATHRYN ANN CLERK, FROM MAY 10 TO JUNE 9 

GRAHAM, GEORGIANNA G CLERK, FROM JUNE 10 

KELLEY, LYNDALL J CLERK, FROM JAN. 5 

LAWSON, HAROLD ARTHUR 

LEE, NELL S 

MOORE, CLAUDE L, JR CLERK, TO FEB. 29 

OWEN, JAMES HENRY, JR CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

RHEA, JAMES C, III CLERK, FROM MAY 10 TO JUNE 9 

RHODES, ROBERT E L CLERK, TO JUNE 14 

RICKER, BEVFRLY DIXON CLERK, TO MAY 31 

ROBERTS, LINDA J CLERK 

RUSSELL, EDGAR FARR, JR CLERK, FROM JUNE 15 

SAMPSON, DEBORAH ELLEN CLFRK, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM FEB. 5 TO 

APRIL 10 

STEGALL, SHIRLEY W 

WALDROP, GEORGE W, JR CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

WARD, ROBERT M 

HIN8URN, JOHN P r"LERK, 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT N. GIAIMO 

ARONHALT, KAY A 

ARTHUR, SUSAN HOWARD CLERK-TYPIST, FROM FEB. 15 TO MAY 31 

AND TYPIST, FROM JUNE 1 

BAGLIONI, IGINO FROM MARCH 1 

BEACH, ALICE L CLERK, FROM APRIL 24 

CAMPBELL, CHARLOTTE D RECEPTIONIST, 

HONEYCUTT, LYNNC LEGISLATIVE AIDE, 

HOOK, DEBORAH MARIE SECRETARY, 

HYDE, FREDERICK H, III STAFF ASST, 

LEI^STONE, MARVIN A LEGIS ASST, FROM JAN. 3 TO JUNE 9 .... 

MOOPE, FRANCIS J DISTRICT SECTY, 

NIXON, EILEFN ADM ASST, 

PARIS, NANCY S TYPIST, TO MAY 31 AND LEGIS AIDE, FROM 

JUNE 1 

SCARPULLA, A THOMAS 

TOLOMEO, MADTIN E, JR STAFF ASST, TO MAY 31 AND LEGIS ASST, 

FROM JUNE 1 

VALLANCF, SHIRLEY M STAFF ASST, 



$466.66 
233.33 
233.33 

7,950.00 
2,500.00 
2,825.00 
4,750.00 
3,400.02 
2,831.98 
4,549.98 
6,700.00 
3,666.66 
13,404.99 
3,399.99 
4,933.32 
160.00 
4,800.00 
9,949.98 



4,226.67 

1,200.00 

935.00 

550.00 

466.67 

385.00 

2,850.00 

550.00 

385.00 

3,666.67 

4,250.34 

2,295.26 

1,250.00 

550.00 

550.00 

6,560.00 

3,916.65 

5,200.02 

1,013.33 

2,174.34 
3,066.72 
550.00 
6,000.00 
5,975.00 



3,220.02 

2,224.44 

833.32 

454.06 

3,428.76 

5,275.02 

3,534.24 

3,250.02 

5,887.50 

7,987.20 

15,300.00 

3,557.30 
8,422.26 

4, 166.68 
5,775.00 



I 52 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. SAM GIBBONS 

ALCainEt HFCTOR AOMIN ASST, ^is.aoo.oo 

CASTRO, ADRIAN R CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 624.99 

CHFNNAULT, SHIRLEY ANN CLERK, FROM JAN. 10 TO MARCH 31 450.01 

DIAMOND, WILLIAM F, JR CLERK, FROM APRIL I TO JUNE 9 479.16 

DYE, ROY AUGUSTUS, III RESEARCH ASST, TO APRIL 30 3,333.32 

OYE, SHARON S SECTY, FROM MAY 6 TO MAY 31 694.44 

FERNANDEZ, MARGARET CLERK, TO JAN. 31 ANO SECRETARY, FROM 

FEB. 1 4,183.33 

HAMTLL, "HOFBF B CLERK, TO JAN. 31 333.33 

HARFORD, PATRICIA CLERK, 6,500.01 

HEATH, CAROLYN K - 5,099.15 

HOUGF, LINDA SUE LEGIS RFSFARCHER, TO JAN. 31 AND 

SECTY, FROM FEB. I 6,208.35 

HOWLETT, NELL J LEGIS. ASST., 10,333.32 

MERRILL, FREDERICK, JR RESEARCH ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO MARCH 31 1,416.66 

OBANNON, DONA RESEARCH ASST, 10,458.32 

REA, FLI7AB!:TH L CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 625.00 

RENZ, CAROL ANN CLFRK, TO JAN. 24 500.00 

SPADOLA, JANET ANN SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 3,750.00 

STEVENSON, MERRIL LEGISLATIVE CLFRK, TO MAY 5 3,122.21 

STEWART, JANIS E TO JAN. 31 750.00 

STOUGHTON, RENATA KUH CLERK, 1,924.Q9 

WAMSLEY, KAY L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

WILEY, KATHRYN E CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND SECTY, FROM FEB. 

1 TO MARCH 27 AND CLERK, FROM JUNE 12 756.67 

WOODS, SHIRLEY C STUDENT ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO JUNE 9 . 479.16 

WRIGHT, ANN A SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 833.33 

OFFICE OF HON. BARRY M. GOLDHATER, JR. 

BETTCHFR, NANCY L DISTRICT SECPETARY, TO FEB. 27 1,493.42 

CAMPBELL, MARY WANDA CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JUNE 1 516.67 

COX, JOHN F, JR ADM ASST, 10,112.42 

DAZE, DAVID TIMOTHY SPECIAL ASST, 4,100.02 

DOCKEN, OARLENE S SECRETARY, TO APRIL 30 2,385.82 

ELLE"TON, SIGNY S PRFSS SECRETARY, 5,637.52 

GAUL, EMMY LOU CASEWORKER, 4,612.50 

GRAY, VERONICA J SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 1,883.33 

HACKNEY, HARRIETT P SECTY, TO JAN. 31 400.00 

HAVLICEK, JANE E PERSONAL EXEC SECRETARY, 5,637.52 

JOHNSON, JEANNE PUBLIC RELATIONS SECY, TO MAY 31 AND 

DISTOICT SECTY, FROM JUNE 1 5,324.98 

KORTEN, PATRICK S LEGISLATIVE ASST, FROM JUNE 15 488.89 

MCCLAIN, WILLIAM FIELD REP, 10,778.82 

NEEDHAM, LAURIE A LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, TO JUNE 14 .... 7,000.83 

OCONNELL, JESSIE L SECTY, FROM APRIL 1 2,225.01 

PHULIPS, CAROLINE A SECRETARY, 2,528.93 

RUTHERFORD, MARY F SECRETARY, 4,612.50 

SAUNDERS, OFBRA JO 4,407.16 

SOMERVILLE, CAROL B CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 12 ... 190.00 



QFFICF OF HON. HENRY B. GONZALEZ 



BAISH, FDYTH 
BEAGLE, GAIL J 
CALDWELL, 8ERNADETTE C 
CANTU, RAYMOND I, JR 

CLAYTON, CORA FAYE 
DELEON, IRMA 
GONZALEZ, MARY JESSIE 
GOSHA, JAMES ONEAL 
HARTIF, ARLETT L 
JEFFFRY, WILLIAM CRAIG 
MENA, HORTENCE G 
MOONEY, CHRISTINA L 
SMALLWOOO, MURIEL 

SMITH, DORIS G 
TAMEZ, LUZ G 
THOMAS, WILLIAM 
WONG, ELLA M 



SECRETARY, FROM MAY 23 TO JUNE 13 .... 466.67 

ADM E PRESS ASST, 15,300.00 

CASEWORKER G GEN OPER MGR, 5,275.02 

GENERAL STAFF ASST, TO MAY 31 AND 

STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 2,947.90 

CHIEF CASEWORKER-DISTRICT, 8,440.02 

CASEWORKER, 3,900.00 

ASST - HOME OFFICE, 4,483.74 

CLERK, FROM MAY 10 170.00 

TYPIST, FROM JUNE 1 566.67 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

LEGIS AIDE 5,802.48 

SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 625.00 

SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 23 TO MARCH 10 

AND FROM APRIL 19 TO MAY 31 757.94 

SECTY, 4,832.93 

DIRECTOR DISTRICT OFFICE, 9,231.24 

TO MAY 17 723.04 

RECEPTIONIST-SPANISH WRITER, 5,011.26 



53 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30. 1972— Continued 



FROM 



OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE A. GOOOLIMG 



BR EN OLE, 1URIEL P 
BRUEGGEMAN, EOITH R 
RYNAKE", MARY ROSALIE 
FETTER, LUCILLE F 
KLINE, PAUL a 
MOPSIK, LOUISE A 
NEWCOMER, NANCY A 
PEIFFER, PERRY A 
RAVER, BARBARA E 



tl, 663.98 
3,730.50 
5,960.94 
3,730.50 

13,408.80 
1,262.46 
5,960.94 
8,454.72 
8,754.72 



OFFICE OF HON. ELLA T. GRASSP 

APPELL, GARY LEONARD CONGRESSIONAL INTFRN, FROM JUNE 19 .. 

DORFK, ROBERT F LEGIS ASST, 

FORAND, EDWARD J, JR LEGIS-PRFSS ASST, 

GILES, BETTY E FXFC SECTY 

GOLDBERG, JAMIE RECEPTIONIST-CLERK, FROM MARCH 6 .... 

HFINTZ, HAROLD F ADMIN AIDE, 

HOROWITZ, ARLENE LEGISLATIVE SECTY, 

KAMINSKI, DOROTHY ROSE <;TAFF ASST, 

LEVINE, ARLENE E DISTRICT AIDE, 

LEWINSOHN, NANCY ADM ASST, 

MANCUSO, FRANK DISTRICT ASST, 

MCCAFFERY, DOROTHY KANE STAFF ASST, 

MESSINA, ROXANNE RECEPTIONIST, FROM MAY 15 

NEGLEY, STEPHANIE C SECRETARY-CASEWORKER, TO JAN. 2 AND 

CASE WORKER, FROM JAN. 3 TO MAY 18 .. 

SIKORA, BARBARA JEAN RECEPTIONIST, TO MARCH 3 

SULLIVAN, EDWARD E STAFF ASST, 

SWICKLAS, JOHN G, SR ADM AIDE, 

TOAL, JOHN C RESEARCH ASST, FROM JAN. 10 TO APRIL 

30 AND FROM JUNE 19 

VAUGHN, MARCIA L CLERK-TYPIST, 

OFFICE OF HON. KENNETH J. GRAY 

BERGIN, MARGARET J ADM ASST, 

3RA0EN, A FRANK STAFF ASST, 

CARLTON, DAVID S, JR ASSISTANT, FROM JAN. 5 

DARBY, RICHARD A ASSISTANT, 

FREEMAN, MARTHA JANE STENO CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 

FRUCHTER, ADINE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 ... 

GAYER, PAUL WILLIAM ASST, 

GRAY, THOMAS W DIST OFFICE MGR, 

MYERS, MELANIE R STENOGRAPHER, 

OTTERSON, VIRGINIA STENOGRAPHER, 

PARR, CARLA RAE CLERK-RECEPTIONIST, 

RUSHING, CHLOF STENOGRAPHER, 

SPENCER, DIXIE J STENOGRAPHER, 

STUFFLEBEAN, DELORIS L CLERK STENO, FROM MAY 1 

TILLBERG, MAbLENF K RECEPTIONIST, TO MAY 31 

WILKINSON, SHERRILL T STENOGRAPHER, TO APRIL 30 

WILLIS, TRUDY CLERK, 

OFFICE OF HON. EOITH GREEN 

BALLARD, BLAND TO MAY 31 

BLACK, SUZANNF STAFF ASST, TO FEB. 29 , 

CANNON, JANINE V 

COULSON, COTTON R CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 15 ., 

CROSS, MALCOLM H LEGIS ASST, TO FEB. 29 , 

DOUGLAS, JANE F SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 7 , 

GREENBERG, DANIEL A RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM APRIL 15 .., 

HABEREK, JUDITH SECRETARY, 

HAHN, ELIZABETH K FROM MARCH 1 

HENSLEY, MARGARET M STENOGRAPHER, 

MCKAY, DELORA F SECRETARY, 

MOWER, BONNY A CLFRK, FRO" JUNE 1 

SCHWARTZ, RONALD RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM APRIL I ... 

STAPLETON, MARILYN RAE STAFF ASST, 

SWAN, STANLEY N ■ 

VANTURE, PAUL S LEGISLATIVE ASST, , 

WAHLER, LINDA S SECRETARY, 



120.00 
4,500.00 
4,999.98 
7, 117. 16 
2,555.57 
7,249.98 
4,100.01 
3,600.00 
4,000.02 
11,816.25 
1,166.68 
1,999.98 

830.56 

3,515.79 
1,312.50 
1,999.98 
1,500.00 

1, 146.65 
3,369.18 



9,513.54 
5,697.00 
8,950.71 
1,266.00 
2,110.00 
300.00 
4,207.62 
9,663.30 
5,036.76 
4,198.68 
4,642.02 
4,608.48 
5,036.76 
1,460.00 
3,504.90 
3,357.84 
2,215.50 



6,875.00 
2,333.34 
4,249.98 

160.00 
2,750.00 
2,596.65 
2,394.45 
4,249.98 
3,333.32 
2,400.00 
7,249.98 

500.00 
3,750.00 
8,250.00 
9,000.00 
7,500.00 
5,746.02 



54 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIfiM J. GRFFN 

8USSE, GRACE ELtEN CLERK, «5,070.84 

COLLINS, JOHNSTON F, J" CLE°K, TP JAN. 31 1,125.00 

OYE, BARRi"* L K CLERK, FROM JUNF 1 157.08 

GAFi^IGAN, JOSEPH J CLERK, 6,000.00 

GLANCEY, OAVIO R CLERK, 6,583.32 

HPNIDERSHOT, THOMAS R CLERK, FROM FFB. 5 5,516.67 

HOWARD, JAMFS R CLERK, FROM FF3. 1 3,333.33 

KILnOO, JOAN CARLEY CLERK, TO MAY 31 AND FROM JUNE 5 6,469.43 

LFVINSON, HOWARD M CLERK, FROM JUNF 1 525.00 

LOMUS, JOAN B CLERK, 3,016.65 

LUBFLL, STEPHEN K CLERK, 6,583.32 

MALLHN, MARY CATHERINE CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 1,083.33 

PARSONS, ROSEMARY T CLERK, 3,458.33 

SULLIVAN, ESTFLLE T CLERK, 5,766.00 

WHITE, EVELYN J CLERK, 7,791.68 

WHITE, F JOHN CLERK, FROM FFR. 1 TO FEB. 29 AND FROM 

,\DRIL 1 6,083.34 

ZIEGENFUSS, JOYCE E CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 391.67 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES H. GRIFFIN 

ALFORD, BARBARA ANN SECRETARY, 5,011.02 

BFtI, JANE H SECRETARY, 5,960.52 

BOLLARD, ANNF L STAFF ASST, FROM JUNF 12 443.33 

COLE, WILLIAM J, III LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 .. 3,600.00 

ELLIS, CATHERINE C SECRETARY, 9,125.52 

HARDER, MARTHA CLAIRE SECRETARY, 5,960.52 

HINSON, JON CLIFTON ADMIN ASST, 11,341.02 

JOSEPH, ALBERT PAUL STAFP ASST, tq adRIL 30 703.32 

MASHBURN, JAMES TIMOTHY CONGRESS I ONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 300.00 

NFWC0M3, R HUGO, JR LEGIS ASST, TO JAN. 31 1,055.00 

PFRRY, DATRICIA ANN SECRETARY, 5,538.48 

SHATTLES, OTIS S STAFF ASST, 9,916.98 

SMITH, JOHN T 3,428.52 

OFFICE OF HON. MARTHA W. GRIFFITHS 

ANGLIN, ANDREA N SECRETARY, 4,750.02 

BAKER, MARGARET N SECRETARY, 1,547.70 

BARNA, RUTH E SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 1 937.50 

BERNHARO, MARY E SECTY, TO MAY 31 AND EXEC SECTY, FROM 

JUNE 1 7,270.83 

BRonnwicz, e irene secty 4,249.93 

GERMAN, MARY ANN SECTY, 4,249.98 

KELLY, MAURA P LEGIS ASST, 7,999.98 

MCDONALD, MARY CHARLENF SECTY, FROM JUNE 1 500.00 

MCKFON, DIANE LYNN CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 320.00 

MIKULICH, MARILYNNE 14,500.02 

PIOGEON, JAMES M SECRETARY, 4,750.02 

.REESE, JAMES EUGENE CLERK, FROM JUNF 1 256.00 

VANCOVERDEN, NANCY SECTY, TO FEB. 29 1,250.00 

VANCOVFRDEN, THOMAS J SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 6,250.00 

WISS, MARCIA a LEGAL SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 TO MAY 31 699.99 

OFFICE OF HON. H. R. GROSS 

GERHARD, CHARLIE 2,968.56 

GOODMAN, YVONNE R STAFF ASST, 8,334.48 

JAEGER, GENEVA STAFF ASST, 6,330.00 

MCDAPGH, DOROTHY R STAFF ASST, 8,334.48 

MORRISON, JULIAN K ADM ASST, 15,297.48 

UHLENHOOP, CIETUS RAY STAFF ASST, 5,275.02 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES R. GROVER, JR. 

BFLL, BILLIE JEAN SECRETARY, 4,483.98 

BUCHMAN, WILLIAM E SPEC ASST, 2,569.02 

OIRKES, FDITH B SECRETARY, 2,796.00 

FFRRARO, ANTHONY J 2,568.12 

GAGGIN, ERVINE A 2,568.12 

HALLAHAN, JOHN T SPEC ASST, 4,936.50 

KENNEDY, BRUCE SPECIAL ASST, 2,743.02 

KING, BRENDA J SECRETARY, 5,719.02 



55 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

TPFICE OF HON. J4*1E^ R. GROVEP, JR. - CONTINUED 

LflZrO, ANTHONY SPECIAL ASST, FROM MARCH 1 $1,666.68 

MARKOWITZ, SAMUEL SPEC ASST, 8,095.50 

OBRIEN, KATHLEEN SECTY, FROM JUNF 13 325.00 

PAPWORTH, MARY J ADM ASST, 14,500.02 

PROULX, LORRAINE M SECRETARY, 5,011.50 

SCHACK, ELISABETH H SECRETARY, TO MAY 19 3,088.90 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES S. GUSSER 

ANDERSON, FRANCIS, III FIELD REP, FROM FEB. 15 3,400.00 

CASSIDY, JOHN J FIELD REP-SR CITS AFRS, FROM JUNE 15 . 80.00 

COKER, OELORES S CLERK, A, 541. 40 

CONWAY, CATHERINE CLERK, 2,423.16 

CURTIS, MARY MARGARET SECRETARY, 4,500.00 

GORDON, JEAN E ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

GOSPODNETICH, ELLEN MAF SECRFTARY-RECEPTIONI ST, 7,500.00 

HFR7, LYDIA JEAN SECRETARY, 6,349.98 

JOHNSON, DEBORAH JEAN CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 550.00 

JOHNSON, SUSAN J CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

MARCEAU, MADELEINE M EXEC SECETAPY, 10,500.00 

MFNAGH, JOAN C SECRETARY, 3,600.00 

REYNOLDS, COLLEEN SECRETARY, 4,200.00 

■SCHMIDT, GERTRUDE H CLERK, 2,400.00 

" SMITH, LYNN KATHPYN CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 583.33 

OFFICE OF HON. GILBERT GUDE 

BINGLEY, BARBARA CLERK, 4,324.98 

BROWN, <«ARY I CLERK, 4,587.48 

'"ARROLL, JUDY D CLERK, 3,850.02 

CLAIR, VENITA R CLERK, 8,967.48 

COLEMAN, MARIAN JOYCE CLERK, FROM APRIL 7 711.66 

DALY, JOHN AUGUSTINE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 .... 260.00 

FARR, JOHN 0, III LEGIS AIDE, 4,429.98 

FINNEY, NANCY JEAN CLERK, 3,798.00 

GRIGG, WILLIAM M PRESS ASST, 9,205.02 

HAWK, GORDON L CLERK, 14,875.02 

HYSER, FREDERICK M CLERK, TO MAY 10 1,300.00 

LOOKNFR, JANICE LEGIS CORRESPONDENT, FROM JAN. 10 TO 

MARCH 31 AND LEGISLATIVE AIDE, FROM 

APRIL 1 3,524.99 

LYONS, JOHN F, JR LEGIS ASST, 7,120.02 

MANNINA, GFriRGE J, JP STAFF ASST, 4,750.02 

PLASTER, ANNE A CLERK, TO MAY 31 1,318.75 

PODOLSKY, DAVID R CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 100.00 

°OWELL, SANDRA J CLERK, 4,219.98 

WELDON, GARTH PATRICK CLERK, FROM MAY 25 420.00 

OFFICE OF HON. G. ELLIOTT HAGAN 

AFFLECK, THOMAS, III CLERK, FROM FEB. 7 TO MARCH 31 750.01 

BLANK^NSHIP, LEWIS C 2,500.02 

BLY, MARY S ...i 6,065.23 

BRANTLEY, RABUN L 1,859.38 

BRINSON, WILLIAM K ...., 5,250.00 

DAVIS, JEWEL S SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 5 722.22 

GIOLITO, CAROLYN H 6,811.88 

HOHNAOFL, JOHNNIE B 13,216.55 

HOLAYTER, PEGGY L TO FEB. 29 1,455.62 

MATSON, WILLIAM LEE FROM JUNF 13 250.00 

"RICE, RALPH C, JP 2,500.02 

RAKOW, MIRIAM WOLMAN 7,598.00 

STURBS, GLADYS G 2,076.75 

THOMAS, DAVID EDWARD , 2,500.02 

TREADO, CHARLES W 2,500.02 

WATERS, RUSSFLL A FROM MARCH 6 6,388.90 

WRZESINSKI, ROBERT TO JAN. 31 1,978.13 



56 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30. 1972— Continued 



OFFirF OF HON. JAMES A. HALEY 

BLOnnWORTH, BURNETT S CLERK, 

CARFY, EONA G CIERK, 

GALLERY, JAMES A, HI CLERK, FROM JUNE 13 

GIENAU, HELFN B CLERK, 

HAMILTON, JOSEPH G CLERK, 

HOOD, R ELMO CLERK, 

JONi^S, ROY, JR CLERK, 

KNOTT, JAMES H, JR CLFRK, FROM MftOCH 1 

KROHNGOLO, NANCY R CLERK, 

LTBBY, LINDA RUTH CLFRK, 

M4CNTCH0L, MARILEE B 

METCALF, SANDRA MARIE CLFRK, 

MYERS, ALICF V 

PAPAJ, OIANF L CLERK, 

OFFICE OF HON. OURWARD G. HALL 

BARB4PICK, OTIS L CLERK, 

BOCdJCCI, CAROLYN CLFRK, 

CASE, OIANN GAIL CLERK, 

CRIJME, BONNIE JEANE CLERK, 

HFNSON, GERALD L ADM ASST, 

HOUSE, ROBERT H CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

MCDONALD, ANN CLERK, 

MILLFR, JANET K CLERK, 

WATKINS, FRANCES A EXEC SECRETARY, 

WHITEHEAD, PEGGY LOU CLERK, 

OFFICE OF HON. SEYMOUR HALPFPN 

ACKFRMAN, BETTE JANE CASE WORKER, 

ALESSI, CARMFLO SPECIAL ASST, TO MARCH 16 

ANAN, VICTORIA SECTY, 

CHWAT, JOHN STEVEN SP ASST, FROM JAN. 1-5 TO MARCH 11 AND 

FROM MAY 1 

EMBREY, PAMELIA ANN SFCTY, 

FRIEDMAN, MARC SUMMER INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 

GARAUFIS, DEMETRIA G DIST OFF MANAGER, 

GIFFFN, LEWIS S SPECIAL ASST-DI STR ICT, 

KAMBER, VICTOR S ADMIN ASST, 

LAYMAN, PEGGY A EXEC SFCTY, FROM MARCH 12 TO MAY 31 

AND PERSONAL SECTY, FROM JUNE 1 

MAGGIORE, RICHARD J SP ASST - DISTRICT, TO APRIL 21 AND 

FROM MAY 16 

MOONEY, MAUREEN RECEPTIONIST, FROM JUNE 1 

MOORCONFS, ANN E LEGIS ASST, TO APRIL 15 

PRAGA, LAWRENCE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 .... 

OUINN, JAMES V LEGIS ASST, 

SCHLEGEL, PAUL SPECIAL ASST, TO JAN. 14 AND FROM 

MARCH 1 TO MAY 11 

SEIBERT, DIANE SECRE TAR Y-DI ST OFFICE, 

TFNOLFR, DAUL M LFGIS ASST, FROM JAN. 15 

WEINBERG, JEFFREY ALAN SPECIAL ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 . 
WOLK, LAWRENCE J SPECIAL ASST, FROM MAY I 

OFFICE OF HON. LEE H. HAMILTON 

CUSTER, KIM E CLERK, FROM MARCH 6 

ENGLER, ELLEN M SECTV-PFC EPT I ONI ST , FROM APRIL 17 .... 

ERASER, LORAN G CLERK, TO FEB. 29 AND LFGIS RESEARCH 

ASST, FROM MARCH 1 

FOIFDMAN, BARBARA G LEGIS SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 

GRAY, SHIRLEY SECTY - DIST OFF, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM 

FFB. 5 

HOUFF, POXIE LEE SECTY, TO JAN. 31 

KREPPEL, MARGITTA B SECRETARY-RECEPTIONIST, FROM MARCH 6 

TO ADRIL 30 

MCFALL, D MARC CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

MCFALL, DAVID M ADM ASST, 

MULRY, NANCY I OFFICE MGR , TO FEB. ?9 AND OFFICE 

MANAGER, FROM MARCH 1 

PORTER, DAVID H FIELD RfP, FROM JUNE 3 

OORTFR, PATRICK GAYNOR FIELD REP, FROM APRIL 1 

RASMUSSEN, ERIK M 



i;4,390.02 
3,355.02 
435.00 
4,7fi9.98 
2,149.98 
9,490.02 
5,835.00 
400.00 
1,701.48 
3,799.98 

12,480.00 
5,655.00 

12,975.00 
3,799.98 



6,000.00 
3,900.00 
4,249.98 
5,800.02 
13,699.98 
300.00 
5,250.00 
3,641.67 
9,349.98 
1,950.00 



4,750.02 
2,005.56 

4,650.00 

3,815.00 
3,949.98 
500.00 
4,875.00 
3,675.00 
13,750.00 

2,598.60 

3,745.83 
683.33 

2,479.16 
260.00 

7,666.67 

3,962.97 
3,450.00 
7,598.60 
491.00 
1,208.33 



2,236.10 
2,004.17 

4,235.42 

1,250.00 

3,043.10 
479.17 

1,100.00 

350.00 

14,453.52 

4,916.66 

263.00 

1,772.76 

6,541.02 



57 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. LEF H. H4MtLT0M - rnNTINUFD 

RFOMnND, PiTRirK H PRF<;S SfrPETARY, $11,49^.48 

RUSSELL. D&TPiri& 4 SCHEOULING SECTY, FROM J4N. "5 A,15'S.54 

SiSSOON, ALFXANORA R SECRETARY, TO MARCH 3 1,487.49 

SIFtvJKIEWICZ, FIJGFNE RURLICATFONS AID, FROM JUNE 1 366.67 

SIMMONS, ALICE F CLFRK-TYPIST, FROM APRIL ? 1,466.67 

SKELSFY, ANNE TIPTON SECTY, TO MARCH 31 1,635.24 

SMITH, PHYLLIS A CLERK, TO APRIL 16 AND FROM MAY 3 TO 

JUNF 2 4,115.17 

STAUNTON, CHARLES B CLERK, 1,549.98 

STEARNS, niANE E CASE WORKER, FROM JAN. 3 TO MAY 31 AND 

CHIEF CASF WORKER, FROM JUNE 1 4,173.33 

SULLIVAN, MARY K TO APRIL 30 2,637.52 

WATSON, JUOY CAROL CLERK-DISTRICT, FROM FER. 1 TO APRIL 2 990.28 

ZIEGNER, ANNE VIRGINIA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 .... 260.00 

0'=FICE OF HON. JOHN PAUL HAMMER SCHMI DT 

ALLRED, CAROLYN S SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 5 3,469.99 

APPERSON, THERESA ANN SECRETARY-CLERK, TO FEB. 4 850.00 

BURKE, GARY L AOM AIDE, 3,250.0? 

CAROIN, CARL WILLIAM AOM ASST, 15,300.00 

DIAZ, JUDITH A SECRFTAPY, FROM FEB. 5 3,505.55 

DUDLEY, NANCY B LEGIS ASST, FROM FEB. 14 5,327.79 

KFLLEY, PATSY RUTH CLERK, TO JAN. 31 708.33 

KIRKMAN, HELFN W OFF MGR ^ OERT ASST, 9,499.98 

LANTZ, ARCHIE LEF DISTRICT ASST, 7,308.35 

LOWISH, VIRGINIA MAE CLERK, FROM APRIL I 1,650.00 

MAUS, JANET N LEGISLATIVE ASST, TO MARCH 14 2,363.88 

MILLS, CAROLINE J SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 AND FROM JUNE 5 . 4,133.34 

NEFF, BARBARA LEF PERSONAL SECY, FROM JAN. 5 TO FEB. 29 

AND EXECUTIVE SECTY, FROM JUNE 1 2,930.55 

ROBERTSON, ARTHUR DALE C LFRK-LI A I SON AID, TO MARCH 31 741.67 

SOUTHWORTH, ELLEN G FROM FEB. 4 2,858.32 

WEBBER, SUSAN TO MAY 31 2,000.00 

WEHNER, PAMELA ANN CLERK-SECRETARY, 5,058.33 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES M. HANLEY 

BRIGHT, NORMA J 7,015.74 

CLOHERTY, JOHN J, JR RESEARCH ASST, FROM MARCH 1 2,166.68 

COSTELLO, J DANIEL 8,749.98 

DANIELS, JOHN R FIELD REP, 1,000.02 

DEYULIA, THOMAS R 8,967.48 

FENSTERMACHER, FREORIC RESEARCH ASST, TO JAN. 31 400.00 

KINSFLLA, MICHAEL T RESEARCH ASST, 4,849.98 

LOWN, ANN S 5,116.74 

MAHONEV, JOHN F 15,300.00 

MCCALL, JULIE W 5,275.02 

nnONNFLL, KEVIN R E SEARCH C LEPK , 1,140.00 

RYAN, CATHERINE L 4,009.02 

RYAN, JAMES P FIELD REP., 2,450.00 

SWIFT, CYNTHIA J CASE WORKER, 6,000.00 

WALSH, ARTHUR B CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 12 ... " 190.00 

WARNE, ROBERT A 2,099.46 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD T. HANNA 

ADLFR, HOWARD LEGIS A'^ST, 4,984.26 

BAILEY, KIPP COHOON AOM SECTY, TO APRIL 30 2,666.68 

BARON, JACQUELINE R SECTY, 2,512.16 

BEFKMAN, JOHN ANDREW FIELD REP, 15,300.00 

COUSINS, JAMES H LEGIS ASST, 7,129.17 

DAVIS, 3RIGID H EXEC SECTY, 3,616.66 

DIENSTFREY, STEPHEN J EXEC ASST, TO JAN. 31 1,100.00 

GAILOR, AUDREY C SECTY, TO JAN. 31 500.00 

HARRELSON, MARY ALINE RECEPTIONIST, TO MARCH 19 1,389.08 

HOWSER, MERRIELOU RECEPTIONIST, FROM MARCH 6 2,076.40 

KAEMPF, HELEN M SECTY, 2,146.40 

LANKARD, THOMAS ALAN 9,500.01 

MCVICKER, DEBORAH S PERSONAL SECTY, FROM FEB. 7 3,200.C2 

NOZERO, VICTORIA CASE WORKER, 4,920.48 

OSBOURNE, CAROLYN M PERSONAL SECTY, TO JAN. 31 726.92 



58 

SALARIES OF OFFrCERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICF OF HON. RICHARD T. HANNa - CONTINUED 



STEVENSON, MAXINE A 
STRAND, GAY F 
SULLIVAN, WILLIAM G 

TWOMBLY, MARGARET ANN 
WILSON, WANDA CAROL 



SECTY, 

FROM JUNE 28 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 26 

SECTY, TO MARCH 31 



$^,920.48 

15.00 

50.00 

1,650.00 

2,255.24 



OFFICE OF HON. JULIA BUTLER HANSEN 

BAILEY, ROBERT C WESTERN ADM ASST, TO JAN. 9 AND FROM 

MARCH 15 

BENNETT, MICHAEL C PRESS E LEGIS AIDE, 

CARLSON, ROY F ADMIN ASST, 

DYE, SHARON S OFFICE MGR, FROM FEB. 1 TO APRIL 30 .. 

EDWARDS, CYNTHIA B STAFF AIDE, 

HARTZOG, GEORGE B, III STAFF AIDE, FROM JUNE 15 

HEOLUND, CAROLINE IRIS STAFF AIDE, 

HOWFR, NELSON L, II STAFF ASST, 

LIH, LARS T STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

NEILSON, JENNIFER J STAFF AIDE, 

SPRINGER, PATRICIA A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 15 

STARLING, DEBORAH ANN STAFF AIDE, 

TURNER, MARGARITA V STAFF AIDE, 

OFFICE OF HON. ORVAL HANSEN 

ALLEN, JOAN B 

BLANDFORD, JULIE FROM MAY 1 

CARVPR, MARJOPIE C CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

CPAPQ, MICHAEL D STAFF ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 ... 

DAGMEY, LOUISE H EXEC SECRETARY, 

EBE^LE, JEFFREY L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 12 ... 

HEARN, WINONA M 

INNES, ANDREA L PRFSS ASST., 

JOHNSON, DEBORAH Y STENOGRAPHER, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 

KIRKER, LORRAINE H STENOGRAPHER, FROM MARCH 1 

MATTHIAS, EDNA F SECRETARY, TO MARCH 5 

MCCAMPBELL, EVELYN M CLERK, TO JAN. 31 

NEEL, ANNE C CLERK, 

NOTESTINE, DIANE M FIELD SECRETARY, 

OLSON, EVELYN H CASE WORKER, 

OXFORD, DAVID A LEGIS ASST, 

POZELL, JOSEPH CLERK, 

REID, ROBIN SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 

SHADDOCK, LOUISF ADM ASST, 

SMOUT, SUZANNE CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 

STOUT, ELLA R CLERK, 

WHALEY, SUSAN STENOGRAPHER, FROM MARCH 6 

OFFICE OF HON.. MICHAEL HARRINGTON 

ASH, ADELE L CLEPK, 

BFRMAN, ROGER L CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 

BRADY, KILLIAN J, JR CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO JUNE 15 

CARLSON, THOMAS E TO JAN. 31 

DORi^SMAN, MICHAEL J TLERK, TO MARCH 31 

FLEMING, JAMES M CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

FRANK, BARNEY CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO MARCH 27 AND 

FROM APRIL 1 TO JUNE 26 

HEALEY, JOHN CLERK, 

LODGE, EMILY S CLERK, TO MAY 31 AND FROM JUNE 5 

MATHEWS, COLIN D CLERK, FROM JUNE 16 

MOORCONES, ANN E CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 

OIEPCE, FRANK J CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 

REGAN, MARY C CLERK, 

ROY, MARGARET ELAINE CLERK, FROM APRIL 16 TO MAY 15 AND 

FROM JUNE 16 

SACKS, DAVID CLERK, TO JAN. 31 

SCHUKER, JILL ANITA CLERK, TO APRIL 15 

SCOULOGENIS, CATHERINE CLERK, 

SEOAFIN, LINDA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 .... 

SFPAFINI, JOHN CLERK, 

SHARKEY, MARGARET P CLERK, 



6,818.12 
7,384.98 
15,289.02 
3,000.00 
3,800.46 

240.00 
3,956.76 
3,506.16 

300.00 
6,681.32 

160.00 
3,800.46 
7,830.24 



3,639.78 
1,872.30 

100.00 

851.33 
8,756.52 

190.00 
3,639.78 
4,747.50 
1,018.15 
2,300.00 
1,371.50 

218.39 
3,798.00 
3,639.78 
7,384.98 
7,437.78 
3,798.00 

633.00 

15,300.00 

1,036.15 

3,586.98 

2,012.50 



1,917.48 
172.63 

3,022.50 
500.00 

1,875.00 
650.00 

9,050.00 

10,000.02 

3,499.98 

950.00 
2,041.67 

500.00 
4,447.33 

859.12 
940.00 
3,645.83 
3,750.00 
260.00 
3,250.02 
5,078.76 



59 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. MICHAEL HARRINGTnN - CONTINUED 

SPENCFR, MARIA G CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 $666.67 

SULLIVAN, CHRISTINE B CLERK, 6,833.32 

VITALI, SAMUEL A CLERK, FROM JAN. 16 TO FES. 15 AND 

PROM MARCH 16 TO APRIL 15 AND FROM MAY 

16 TO JUNE 15 300.00 

WALIERSTEIN, STANLEY N CLERK, FROM APRIL 16 2,328.25 

WALMSLEY, LLOYD A CLERK, 5,828.02 

WASSERMAN, WILLIAM S CLERK, FROM MARCH 28 TO APRIL 27 100.00 

WEBER, JOSEPHINE CLERK, 3,958.35 

OFPICE OF HON. WILLIAM H. HARSHA 

ARMISTEAD, MARY JEAN 8,300.10 

CHAPLA, PATRICIA ELLEN 4,702.86 

DAWSON, CAROL P SECRETARY/RECEPTIONIST, TO APRIL 30 .. 2,333.32 

FINKEN, MARGARET V CASEWORKER, 4,999.98 

GABRIFLSON, THERESA E 9,250.02 

HARMON, MARGARET E 8,233.81 

HOLMES, MARY M 4,282.50 

MCEWFN, R08FRT D PROM JUNE 12 AND FROM JUNE 12 533.06 

RUMSEY, BIRGITTE RECEPTIONIST, FROM APRIL 17 1,644.45 

SPRINKLE, LOUISE F 3,412.86 

STINER, JAMES E, JR ADM ASST, 9,088.65 

TROLLINGER, BARBARA A 2,644.02 

WOODS, SHEILA K CLERK, TO JUNE 2 1,646.67 

YATES, NAOINE SANDERS CLERK, TO MAY 31 4,166.65 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES HARVFV 

80YCE, ELIZABETH B STAFF ASST, TO MARCH 31 1,974.99 

CARR, CYNTHIA ELAINE SECTY, FROM MARCH 6 2,555.57 

COROEN, JAMFS T DIST LIAISON REP, 4,000.02 

OAWSON, CAROL KNAPE SECRETARY, TO FEB. 29 1,400.00 

DIGBY, JAMES K STAFF ASST, FROM MAY I 1,333.34 

DUTRA, JAMES C STAFF ASST, FROM JAN. 10 2,463.33 

EDWARDS, E NEEL, JR LEGIS ASST, TO MARCH 10 233.33 

GOSS, JEAN R SECRETARY, 4,200.00 

GRIFFIN, PAIIL ROBERT STAPF ASST, FROM JUNE I 666.67 

GUBACK, IRENE L PERSONAL SECRETARY, 8,850.00 

HFSS, DIANE K SECRETARY, TO MARCH 31 2,400.00 

LAUX, OENISE PEARCE SECPETARY, TO FEB. 15 AND FROM APRIL 1 1,949.98 

LOMAX, HELEN L SECRETARY, 6,700.0? 

LOOPER, BARBARA E SECRETARY, FROM MAY 28 595.84 

ROOKS, LINDA SUE SECRETARY, FROM JAN. 10 TO FEB. 5 .... 390.00 

RUBLE, OEBRA ANN SECRETARY 4,099.98 

SMITH, RICHARD G, JR STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 666.67 

SPARLING, JAMFS M, JR AOMIN ASST, 15,300.00 

WEINBERG, MICHAEL A LEGIS ASST, 9,000.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES F. HASTINGS 

BRADLEY, CLARE L EXEC SECTY, 10,950.00 

BROAOHEAD, ALLISON C CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

CARY, MATTHEW J LEGIS ASST, 5,250.00 

FORD, ARLFNE R CLERK, 2,953.98 

GERRINGFR, CLAIR G CLERK, 3,850.02 

GRAMINSKI, GARY J CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 450.00 

HACKNFY, HARRIETT P SECTY, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 400.00 

HAMILTON, SUE M DIST REP, 4,682.33 

JOHNSON, SPENCFR C AOMIN ASST, 11,791.67 

JONES, LEONARD B DISTRICT REP, 7,808.67 

NICHOLS, MARY E CLERK, 9,799.98 

POKRANOT, CHARLES H EXEC ASST, 9,625.01 

RAEON, RICHARD J CLERK, TO FEB. 15 449.00 

SAMPSEL, JENNIFER L SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 14 2,762.78 

TFAGDE, HOUSTON L ADM ASST, TO JAN. 31 1,000.00 

TIERNEY, JOSEPH W, JR CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM JUNE 1 .... 700.00 

WEIL, SALLY L CASEWORKER, 4,547.92 



60 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. HILLTAM D. HATHAWAY 

BACHRACH, FLINOR 6 LEGIS ASST, $6,A99.98 

RLACKSHAW, ELIZABETH SECRETARY, 7,000.02 

BOISCLAIR, SUZANNE TO MAY 31 1,180.20 

BRUNNER, THOMAS J ADMIN ASST, FROM JAN. 20 TO JUNE 15 .. 10,309.98 

CLARK, CLARENCE R 2,191.18 

CYR, MARILYN A CONG INTERN, FROM FEB. 7 TO JUNE 2 ... 1,675.54 

DREW, NORMAN ^ 8,140.92 

GAMACHE, ALBERT P 10,195.28 

GARRETT, JANFTTE CLERK, FROM FFR. 9 2,366.67 

KING, ANGUS S, JR CLERK, FROM FFR. 1 616.67 

MITCHELL, KATHRYN CASEWORKER, 5,500.02 

OCONNOR, J TIMOTHY PRESS SECRETARY, 7,000.02 

POLIOUIN, LOUISE G 2,664.78 

SHEEHAN, FRANCES E LEGIS ASST, 7,000.02 

TRIPP, MARTHA JEAN SECRETARY, 2,299.98 

OFFICE OF HON. AUGUSTUS F. HAWKINS 

ROYO, DOROTHY E CLERK, 6,196.02 

BPADRY, HELEN K CLE^K, FROM MARCH 1 3,129.84 

BROWN, GEORGE E, JR CLERK, TO JAN. 31 166.67 

COPE, JOHN, JR CLERK, 6,275.00 

DAVFNPORT, RUBY B CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 3,392.49 

EDWARDS, HAZEL K CLERK, FROM FEB. 7 4,080.00 

FLEMING, "ATRICIA S CLERK, 6,083.33 

GUFSS, JOHN FOLEY, JR CLERK, FPOM FE". 1 TO MARCH 31 1,400.00 

HIGGINBOTHAM, MARYF 7,999.98 

HOWELL, RRENDA JO CLERK, TO JAN. 31 400.00 

KNOX, CHARLES E CLERK, 15,300.00 

MASSEY, EOWILLA L CLERK, FROM APRIL 17 1,850.00 

MATTHEWS, JACALYN CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO MARCH 31 850.00 

MAYNARO, MATTIE L 9,075.02 

RACHAL, MAMIE RUTH CLERK, TO APRIL 30 800.00 

ROSE, KAREN N CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO MARCH 31 1,083.34 

STEWART, DIANA LEE CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 1,350.00 

WALKER, ROOSEVELT CLERK, 1,050.00 

WILSON, STEPHFN C CLERK, TO FEB. 29 1,666.66 

WOODWARD, EDNA C CLERK, 4,500.00 

WRIGHT, ANN A SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 .. 350.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WAYNE L. HAYS 

ARTER, WILLIAM A TO FEB. 29 1,210.50 

BLAKE, ELIZABETH A 4,381.98 

BOHATCH, THERESE IRENE FROM JUNE 1 450.00 

HESLIN, H ELAINE EXEC SECRETARY, 10,081.98 

JOZWIAK, MARILYN SUE CLERK, 3,319.98 

LFNTINA, LYNNETTE M CLERK, 4,482.00 

LITTEN, EVE! YN JEAN 4,970.52 

LONG, KENNETH OWEN 3,235.50 

MOONEY, MICHAEL X CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

PAPPAS, CAROL L SECRETARY, 5,275.02 

PEAK, PATRICIA E PERSONAL SECRETARY, 8,353.02 

PEKAR, DEATRA IRENE 5,260.50 

VANNELLE, FRANK 7,154.01 

OFFICE OF HON. F. EDWARD HEBEPT 

ALLEN, CLIFTON CLERK 2,375.02 

BURGUIERES, VIRGINIA R EXEC SECRETARY, 13,000.02 

BURNETT, LOU GEHRIG PRESS ASST, 8,916.66 

COFFFY, LEONARD J CLERK, 2,500.02 

DASHIELL, NANCY IRWIN SECTY, 5,249.98 

DUPLANTIER, ELIZABETH C CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

EDWARDS, RUTH B SECTY, FROM JUNE 22 187.50 

GTANNORILE, PATSY A SECTY, 3,175.02 

GPABER, ALBERT L, JR CLFRK, 1,075.02 

HUY, ALICE F SECRETARY, 6,550.02 

MTRE, CLAIRF P CLERK, 1,075.02 

MOORE, ALMA R SECRETARY, 7,399.98 

SWANN, MARY V ADMIN ASST 15,300.00 

WOLFE, JESSY L SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 4,854.15 



I 61 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HHN. KEN HECHLER 

BRHH, SUSAN M t5,?50.00 

RRUCF, LAWRENCE F, JR y.Z'tg.Pa 

CHITTUM, JOHN MARC FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 200.00 

ESHENRAIJGH, RFRFCCA L STAFF ASST, 4,699.98 

ESTEP, EUGENIA C 5,?50.00 

FITTRO, JAMES A TO MARCH 23 AND FROM APRIL 1 5,697.78 

FRETZ, GREGORY E FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 AND FROM JUNE 

1 579.17 

GOODRICH, MARY JO FROM MAY 1 1,242.42 

GOODRICH, ROBERT A, JR TO MARCH P AND FROM APRIL 9 3,511.11 

GUTHRIE, JULIE CECILE FROM FFP. 1 TO MARCH 31 SOO.OO 

HANSON, EILEEN MARY FROM APRIL 9 TO MAY 8 407.96 

LEONARD, RICHARD H ORESS SFCRFTARY, 11,999.98 

LIVELY, RONALD L TO APRIL 16 AND FROM MAY 1 4,194.43 

MCCORMICK, OFRORAH E FROM JUNE 10 512.75 

MCCORMICK, DIANN 6,499.98 

MILLFR, MARY MARGARET 4,249.98 

OKANF, JOHN J, III FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 851.00 

PASIAKOS, ATHANASIOS FROM MARCH 9 TO APRIL 8 231.25 

QUEEN, JACK FROM MARCH 24 TO APRIL 23 395.56 

RANDOLPH, SANDRA L FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 23 1,339.72 

RHftCH, JUDY DIXON TO MARCH 8 AND FROM APRIL 24 2,663.88 

ROMANOWSKI, JOHN DISTRICT SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 TO 

FEB. 29 808.33 

ROTEN, JOAN R FROM MARCH 9 TO APRIL 8 AND FROM MAY 9 

TO JUNE 9 1,525.69 

SKEFN, VIRGINIA 6,561.48 

SWAN, HOLLY S FROM MAY 23 802.22 

OFFICE OF HON. MARGARET M. HECKLER 

CABRAL, EDWARD DISTRICT ASST, 1,500.00 

CURRAN, EDWARD B SPECIAL ASST, 12,997.98 

DELANEY, JAMES E LEGIS ASST, 4,750.02 

DUFAULT, KENNETH DISTRICT ASST, 5,566.67 

EDMONDS, JANET M DISTRICT STAFF ASST, 3,750.00 

EDMONDS, KATHARINE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

FAULKNER, BARBARA J SECRETARY, FROM JAN. 18 TO APRIL 7 ... 1,888.88 
HORNER, JOHN R STAFF ASST, TO APRIL 30 AND CLERK, 

FROM MAY 1 2,700.00 

LFSAGE, MARVIS F DISTRICT AIDE, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 

30 166.67 

LOPFS, MARIA F DISTRICT ASST, FROM MAY 1 500.00 

MELAUGH, ANNE-MARIF SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 .. 120. "0 
NATOLI, JOHN F DISTRICT ASST, FRO" MARCH 1 TO MARCH 

31 766.32 

RAYBALL, JOSEPH C, SR ADM ASST, 13,450.02 

READE, ARTHUD I, JR DI ST ASST, TO JAN. 31 241.67 

RFUTFR, CAROLINE ISBER DI ST ASST, 1,583.33 

RICE, EDMUND R STAFF ASST, 3,333.35 

RUDASILL, JOAN M SECRETARY, TO APRIL 30 AND PERSONAL 

SECTY, FROM MAY 1 3,916.66 

SHACKELFORD, LAURA L PERSONAL SECTY, TO JAN. 7 145.83 

SWEENEY, ROSFMARIE STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 31 AND SECRETARY, 

FROM APRIL 8 TO APRIL 30 AND STAFF 
ASST, FROM MAY 1 TO "AY 31 AND DTST 

ASST, FROM JUNE 1 2,407.90 

TYSON, PATTT BIRGE EXEC ASST, 9,250.02 

WARE, MARGARET J LFGIS ASST, 4,083.35 

WHITE, ROBIN LANE CASE ASST, 4,083.35 

WILLIAMS, JUDITH A SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 .... 449.65 

YOUNG, BRIAN D DIST ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 1 607.99 

OFFICE OF HON. H. JOHN HFIN7 III 

ALEXANDER, JEANNE ANN CLERK, 3,750.00 

BODE, JOANNE CLERK, 4,166.68 

BUSCEMI, BARBARA A CLFRK, FROM MARCH 15 2,120.00 

CHIROON, JANICE A CLF°K, 3,124.98 

CONNELLY, MAUREEN R CLERK, 6,750.00 

EISENBERG, WARREN W CLFRK, 14,500.02 

GAYNOR, GARY B CLFRK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 AND 

FROM JUNE 1 1,167.66 

GtUESPIE, THOMAS, JR CLFRK, FROM JAN. 17 3,644.46 

MA^TZ, RUSSELL D CLERK, 9,649.98 



62 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFirP OF HON. H. JOHN HFINZ III - CniSlTTNUFD 

SE'MiMIS, OninoES M CLERK, 

SM4^IK^, JUOITH A CLEP'^, TO FEB. 11 

SIFGEL, R.TCHARD .J CLERK, TO "lARCH ?4 

SFRTANMI, OOMINIC C CLERK, TO MAY 31 

SWEMSOM, KEITH CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 

UNKOVIC, DENNIS CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 

WADLFY, DOROTHY C CLERK, 

WARDROP, CONSTANCE W CLERK, 

WHTTMER, GEORGF R CLERK, 

OFFICE OF HON. HENRY HELSTOSKI 

BRZOSTOWSKI, JOSEPH S CONSULTING ASST, 

CARAZO, JUOITH SECTY, TO JAN. ?1 AND FROM FEB. 5 .... 

DEF^LCO, NATALIE CLERK, DIST OFFICE, 

DUNN, KATHLEEN SUE SECRETARY, 

ENGLISH, ALYCE M SECRETARY 

HAYSTEAD, PATRICIA H P SECTY, 

HOPKINS, VIRGINIA LEE CLERK-TYPIST, FROM APRIL 1 

KELLFY, SHIRLEY A SECRETARY, 

KRAUSE, PATRICIA A CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM MARCH 1 TO 

MARCH 31 

MAIASHFVICH, BRUCE P CONCESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

MAZFLLA, HELEN R ECFOT ION I ST , 

PORRO, ALFRED A, JR ADM ASST, 

ROMANOWSKI, JOHN DISTRICT SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 

SCHAMBERG, AL'VN CLFRK-DIST OFFICF, 

SHAFEP, ANNETTE A SECRETARY, 

SHEA, RICHARD J LEGIS ASST, 

STARACE, JEANNE CLERK-TYPIST, TO JAN. 31 

SULLIVAN, JOSEPH T ADMIN DIRECTOR, 

OFFICE OF HON. DAVID N. HENDERSON 

BARKER, HOWARD R 

BELL, VIRGINIA H CLERK 

BOWEN, KATHRYN CLERK, 

DENNING, DONNA LEE 

MCGOWEN, MARIE W CLERK, 

ROBERTS, FRANCES NIXON CLERK, 

VONOESEN, ALICE ELAINE 

WHITLEY, CHARLES AOMIN AS-^T, 

OFFICF OF HON. FLOYD V. HICK"^ 

BARNES, KARAN SUF CLERK, FROM MARCH 6 

5R0Z, VICTOR RUDOLPH LEGIS ASST, TO APRIL 18 

CARLSON, SUSAN K CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 .... 

DYE, SHARON S OFFICE MANAGER, FROM FEB. 1 TO APRIL 

30 

FFRGUSON, JOHN D STAFF TRAINEE, FROM JAN. 10 

FLANAGAN, JOHANNA P SECRETARY, 

FUPSFTH, DALIS M SECRETARY, TO FEB. 7 AND CLERK, FROM 

FEB. 3 TO MARCH ?1 

HFLLER, MFTA EMMA SUF LEGI'! ASST, TO JAN. 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

FEB. 1 

JACKSON, BARRIE R 

KALTVAS, DEAN S STAFF ASST, 

KALIVAS, DIftNE G CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 

OCONNOR, DEBORAH A CLERK, FROM JUNE I TO JUNE ?1 

PELLERIN, PATRICK L, JR STAFF MEMBER, FPOM MARCH 16 

"ENNAK, MARK W CLERK, FROM FFB. 7 TO FEB. ?P AND 

STAFF AIDE, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 

AND STAFF ASST, FROM MAY 1 

PUISHIS, SHIRLFY A CLERK, 

WEBER, KAREN M STAFF MEMBER, FPOM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 



$P55.56 

711.80 

?,9 86.6B 

3,7qi.6S 

5,992.^0 

1,200.00 
4,999.98 
2,599.98 

5,200.02 



3,000.00 
A, 012. 50 
1,658.3? 
4,708.35 
6,624.98 
4, 104.17 
1,749.99 
5,354.15 

691.67 

300.00 

4,950.00 

9,499.98 

3,233.32 

3,050.00 

4,475.00 

6,624.98 

458.33 

10,208.32 



12,660.00 
3,429.00 
7,027.50 
6,130.50 
7,891.52 
9,978.48 
4,087.98 

15,300.00 



2,236.10 

2,580.01 
260.00 

3,000.00 
6,174.93 
2,250.00 

1,627.40 

6,250.00 
7,500.00 
7, 125.02 
1,666.65 
210.00 
3,791.66 



2,250.00 

7,811.58 

450.00 



63 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICP OF HON. LOUISF DAY HICKS 



ANDERSON, DOPOTHY W SECRETARY, FROM JAN. 17 

8ARNA, SARA A EXFC SECY, 

BENNETT, ANNE LOUISE AIDE, 

mSHOP, HENRY CONG AIDE, 

COHFN, BRUCE ALLAN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

DEFEO, ANTHONY F CONGRESSIONAL AIDE, FROM JUNE 1 

OIMONO, WILLIAM P AOMIN ASST, 

DITTON, BEVFRLEY JUNE SECRETARY, FROM JAN. "5 

EGAN, THOMAS F CONG AIDE, FROM JUNE 1 

FITZGERALD, JEANNE M CONG AIDE, 

JOYCE, ELEANOR M CONGRESSIONAL AIDE, 

LYNCH, WILLIAM G CONGRESSIONAL LIAISON OFFICER, TO JAN. 

31 AND CONG AIDE, FROM FEB. 1 

MCDONOUGH, THOMAS F AIDE, 

MCNULTY, ROBERT J LEGIS ASST, 

SISK, JOSEPH H CONGRESSIONAL AIDE, FROM APRIL 24 .... 

STOWE, DOROTHY A AIDE, TO JAN. 31 

WALSH, THOMAS CONGRESSIONAL AIDE, 

WHELAN, MARIE C EXEC ASST, 

OFFICE OF HON. ELWOOD HILLIS 

BENJAMIN, AARON M CLERK, 

BURKE, MARGOT MCGEORGE CLERK, TO MAY 31 

FALCONE, MARIA JOANNE CLERK, 

FRIER, FRANK FIELD MAN, FROM MARCH 1 

GLAZIER, SARA ELLEN CLERK, 

GRIMSLEY, C CLOTELLE CLERK, 

GUOGFL, RICHARD E FIELD MAN, • 

LOUNSBURY, SARIANN CLERK, 

MURPHY, PATRICK J CLERK, FROM JUNF 1 

PARKER, OAULA MICHELLE CLERK, 

ROUGH, MARK R CLERK, FROM JUNF 1 

ROME, PATRIK H CLERK, 

"UBY, nONALO W ADMIN ASST, 

THOELKE, BARBARA A PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

WATSON, JUDITH LEGIS AIDE, 

WILLIAMS, PATRICIA LEE CLERK, 

W0U5TER, CLARA J CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

OFFICE OF HON. LAWRENCE J. HOGAN 

BEHLKE, JOHN W LEGIS ASST, FROM APRIL ?A 

BERRY, NANCY T PRESS AIDE, 

BUTLER, HERBERT H SPECIAL ASST, FROM FEB. 15 

COTTER, JOHN R, JR PRESS SECTY, 

DELANO, TONI ANN SECTY 

FEENEY, BARBARA LYNN RECEPTIONIST, 

FFRNANOES, ROSITA L SECRETARY, 

FOLEY, RITA M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 .... 

HAHN, JENNIFER L LEGISLATIVE AIDE, 

HOFER, ANITA M CLERK-TYPIST, FROM APRIL 1 

H0LC0M3, GERARD F SPECIAL ASST, 

JASPERING, GLADYS L SECRETARY, FROM MAY ?2 

JUDKINS, OLIVIA S RECEPTIONIST, 

KERNKAMP, MARION R SPECIAL ASST, TO FEB. 14 

LONG, BRENDA L CLERK-TYPIST, 

MCDONOUGH, MARY ALICE CL FRK-TYPI ST , 

MILLER, JOAN C SECRETARY-RECEPTIONIST, TO MARCH 31 .. 

MODLY, ILONA M LEGIS ASST, TO APRIL 30 

REEVE, PAUL G, III LEGIS ASST, FROM MARCH 13 TO APRIL 23 

SANDERS, ROSE MARIE SECRETARY, 

SPARKES, JEAN M ADM ASST, 

TUCKMAN, MORTON C CONSULTANT, TO JAN. 1ft 

VANDYKEN, ROGER L LEGIS ASST, FROM JAN. 19 TO MARCH 8 .. 



$3,872.20 

^^,750.00 

4,000.02 

2,500.02 

300.00 

666.67 

8,500.02 

3,813.33 

666.67 

6,000.00 

2,500.02 

4,683.32 
3,000.00 
10,500.00 
1,488.90 
666.67 
3,750.00 
4,999.98 



3,429.00 
2,945.40 
4,642.02 
2,000.00 
3,429.00 
5,855.52 
1,500.00 
4,508.98 

433.33 
4,219.98 

433.33 
3,429.00 
15,300.00 
5,525.01 
5,539.02 
3,307.02 

433.33 



2,791.67 
3,937.50 
5,666.67 
5,775.00 
3,412.50 
3,512.50 
5,513.02 

260.00 
4,305.00 
1-,500.00 
3,450.00 

866.67 
5,326.02 
1,491.12 
3,150.00 
3,412.50 
2,311.74 
4,447.92 
1,138.89 
4,099.98 
7,975.00 

300.00 
1,805.55 



64 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICF OF HON. CHET HOLIFIELD 

BPANSCUM, MARILYN A SECRETARY, 

CHANEL, ANTOINFTTF T SECRETARY, 

GRAJEWSKI, WAYNE S CONGRF SS TONAL TNTERN, FROM JUNE 12 .. 

HOLIFIELD, VERNICE RECEPTIONIST-CLERK, 

KLEIN, ADAM J AOM ASST 

MILLER, LINOA L SECRETARY, 

ODEMAR, FLORENCE M SFCRETARY, 

nnONNFLL, WILLIAM C DI ST REP, 

PATRQNITE, JANE H 

PHILLIPS, LILIAN M "SECRETARY, 

RICH, TIMOTHY P CLERK, FROM JUNE 27 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK HORTON 

BOEHLY, CHRISTINE T LEGIS SFCTY, FROM MAY 1 

BRANDS, SUSAN H OFFICF MANAGER, 

BROOKS, JUDITH LANE OFFICE ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

BURGIN, MICHAELE LEGIS SECY, FROM MARCH S 

COOPER, WAYNE L EXEC ASST, 

COWDERY, PAMELA OFFICE *SST, TO MAY 12 

CROWLEY, LINDA M SFCRETARY, FROM APRIL S TO MAY 9 .... 

DUNN, EDWARD W SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 

FLING, KAREN J MEDIA ASST, 

KELLY, ARTHUR W SPEC ASST, 

LAUMAN, LINDA J FFO LIAISON SFCTY, 

LOVENHEIM, DAVID ADM ASST, 

MCNFICE, NIKKI LEGIS SFCTY, TO FEB. 29 

NEWTON, JOYCE H FED LIAISON SFCTY, 

NORMENT, LUCYNA B EXEC SECRETARY, TO MAY 26 

OHAGAN, NQREEN A PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

RUTKOFF, E MARICE LEGIS SECTY, FROM JAN. 24 TO APRIL 7 

SCULLY, CAROL ANN DIST OFF SECRETARY, 

TAMMEN, SUSAN SMITH LEGIS ASST, 

VALENTE, PAULA R RECEPT-S ECTY, FROM JUNE 14 

OFFICF OF HON. CRAIG HOSMER 

DONNELLY, GARY W CLERK, TO JAN. 31 

FINLAYSON, ELIZABETH 

HANCHETT, JAMES G 

HARVEY, MARTHA JANE 

HATHAWAY, MICHAEL D CLERK, FROM FFB. 1 TO FES. 29 

HUTTON, JOHN PHILLIPS CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 ... 

KARBER, PATRICIA ANN 

LUKEN, DAVID W 

• NEWKIRK, WILLIAM H CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

PRESTON, VERN 

SPARSHOTT, FRANCES L 

WHITESELL, TONI KAREN CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

WICKHAM, MARJORIE A 

YOUNG, MADOIE L 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES J. HOWARD 

BRYSON, JOY BRISTOL CLERK, 

BUSKO, ANDREW 

COPDES, FRANCINE M RESEARCH ASST, 

COX, MARY JANE ' 

DUFFY, JOHN A 

EDWARDS, LILLIAN F 

MATWIEJUK, HELEN RECEPTIONIST, 

MUT7, FRFD J LEGISLATIVE ASST, 

SHFRK, SUSAN D 

SULLIVAN, TIMOTHY F 

THOMPSON, J CARROLL CASEWORKER, 

WERSAN, ELLEN M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE I ... 

WEST, EDNA F 

WEST, JERRY W 



«5,709.48 

4,167.24 

190.00 

5,636.52 

13,187.52 

5,708.94 

10,136.22 

11,868.78 

659.40 

7,050.90 

80.00 



1,375.00 
6,052.42 

645.32 
3,138.88 
7,374.99 

733.35 

704.45 
1,714.38 
3,962.52 
5,479.68 
4,875.00 
15,300.00 
1,550.00 
5,759.22 
3,548.63 
4,016.65 
1,336.12 
4,219.98 
5,200.02 

377.78 



1,275.00 

7,250.02 

11,500.00 

4,916.66 

932.67 

300.00 
5,650.00 
5,499.98 

750.00 
8,999.98 
7,250.02 

750.00 
7,649.98 
6,500.02 



4,062.48 

750.00 

700.02 

8,767.50 

4,172.52 

2,490.00 

3,692.52 

13,420.02 

5,080.02 

14,550.00 

5,802.48 

300.00 

4,699.98 

1,594.98 



65 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

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



CLAi^K, KIM AOMIN AS";!, $13,687.98 

COLEMAN, J MICHAEL CLERK, FROM JUNF 14 358.89 

FALWELL, GARY E CLERK, ?,762.A9 

FORO, JEANNE H CLERK, 3,937.50 

HERTZIG, ENGEL F CLERK, FROM JUNE lA 236.11 

LYNCH, MARGARET H EXEC SECRETARY, 10,450.0? 

PEARL, WILLIAM OAVIO CLERK, TO MARCH 31 1,417.50 

ROPER, CAROLINE 4,200.00 

SHAMBERGER, JAMES M LEGIS ASST, 8,715.00 

WILSON, FRANCIS M 8,305.98 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM L. HUNGATF 

RFNN, HILOA E FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 600.00 

9L0CH, BARBARA W SFCETARV, TO FEB. 29 AND FROM APRIL 1 

TO MAY 31 2,400.00 

BRGMBERG, MAPLYS L SECRETARY 1,950.00 

F8Y, MARY NAOMI SECRETARY, TO MARCH 8 2,478.78 

GREWACH, LARRY DAVID CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

HFNORICKS, J&COUELINE SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 18 2,636.11 

KFSSLFP, VICTORIA M SECY, 5,710.00 

LIGGON, MARY LOU PERSONAL SECY, 8,132.00 

MCBRIOE, PATRICIA ANN SECY, 5,100.00 

"AGNELLA, ROSETTA ANN AOMIN ASST, 12,660.00 

PANNETON, SANORA N SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 ANO CASE WORKFR, 

FROM JUNE 1 5,187.33 

REAOYHOUGH, PAMELA R SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 .... 350.00 

ROSS, MARION CHAMBLEE PRESS ASST, 8,026.50 

SCHIEFFER, JANET MARIE SECTY, 1,800.00 

SLATER, WILLIAM ASST, TO MARCH 31 AND OlSTRICT REP, 

FROM APRIL 1 4,664.70 

STEINFR, WELOON H PRESS ASST, 5,141.40 

STRAUBE, JOYCE MARIE SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 600.00 

STPAUBE, KAPFN SUE SECRETARY, FROM JAN. 17 5,261.67 

WARPEN, TED ALBERT FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 800.00 

WRIGHT, ANN A CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 400.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN E. HUNT 

RFLLIS, KENNETH LEGIS ASST, 8,081.52 

COSTELLO, RUTH SECRETARY, 4,257.00 

OONAHUE, KATHY CLERK, FROM JUNF 1 500.00 

FANJUL, SUSAN CLERK, FROM MAY 15 690.00 

GILLFSPIF, FLORENCE M 2,701.98 

GLICKSMAN, MARIE A SECRETARY, 4,257.00 

GLINFS, CARL R, JR PRESS SECTY, 4,429.50 

HAPTKE, CATHERINE L SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 3,166.68 

MACNEIL, ELWFLL DISTREP, 5,910.48 

MANNINO, ANTHONY J, JR CLERK, FROM MAY 30 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTFRN, FROM JUNE 1 455.00 

MILLS, ROBFRTA J CLERK, TO FEB. 29 1,419.00 

MOHRFELO, JOHN H OIST REP, 6,572.52 

RITCHFY, JUDITH G PERS SECTY, 5,565.00 

SOHL, NANCY ADM ASST, 12,153.48 

STOERRLE, LOUISE J SECTY-CLERK, 1,975.50 

TRFW, MARGIE H SECTV-CASE WORKER, 8,081.52 

OFFICF OF HON. EDWARD HUTCHINSON 

BENDER, HELEN B 7,472.24 

GAULDTN, WILLIAM W, JR 7,430.76 

MEIER, DOLORES ANN SECRETARY, 4,129.55 

MORGAN, HOLLIS W 9,375.30 

MORGAN, LARRY L PRESS SECRETARY, TO MAY 14 6,115.63 

PHILLIPS, JUANITA 3,286.11 

SCHULTZ, A G ADM ASST, 14,961.32 

SMITH, GERALD E FROM FEB. 28 4,100.00 

WAKEFIELD, VICTORIA C PRESS SECTY, FROM MAY 22 1,625.00 

WATTS, JOHN ALAN FROM MAY 15 1,840.00 



I 66 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OPFTCE OF HOM. RICHiPO H. ICHnPp 



4LLIGER, CAPOL S 
BEL'^HE, JOYCE 
BYRNE, KARYl KAY 
CARTER, ^lARY RUSCH 
CHRISTIAN, BECKY JANE 
HANEY, JEWELL M 
HARBAUCH, EILEEN 
HERZIG, NANCY G 
ONEILL, KATHRYN H 
PATTIE, BETTY POGUE 
RANDOLPH, JOSEPHINE S 
SPONSLER, BILLY C 
SULLIVAN, AUBREY W 
WHARTON, PATTY JO 



SECTY, 

SECRETARY, 

MEDIA CONSULTANT, , 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE I 

SECRETARY, , 

SECRETARY, , 

ADMIN ASST, FROM MARCH 1 , 



2,686.62 
4,747.50 
6,000.00 
300.00 
2,480.70 
2,686.62 
3,900.00 
4,391.46 
4,747.50 
5,873.76 
13,990.08 
8,000.00 
5,022.60 



OFFICE OF HON. ANOPFW JACOBS, JR. 

ADAMS, NANCY JANE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 15 ... 

ANDERSON, FLEANORA M CLERK, TO MARCH 31 

AODLEGATF, RICHARD A ASSISTANT, 

APPLEWHITE, JAMES R ASSISTANT, 

CARSON, JULIA M ASSISTANT, 

COELHO, PHYLLIS E SECRETARY, 

DEANE, MARY K SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 

GUGGENHEIM, MARJORIE CLERK, FRO" APRIL 1 

HAGGERTY, DANA L CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

HAGGERTY, JUDSON F 

HEUSER, ALICE M CLERK, TO FEB. 29 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

MARCH 1 

LEISER, THOMAS A CLERK, FROM MARCH 20 TO APRIL 21 

MAHFRN, LOUIS J, JR LFGIS. ASST., 

MERRILL, FREDERICK, JR RESEARCH ASST, TO MARCH 31 

MYERS, PUFUS H, JR ADM ASST, 

SCHREIBER, WILLIAM « LEGIS ASST, TO FEB. 29 AND ASSISTANT, 

FROM MARCH 1 

SEIDENSTICKER , JAMES P 

SIMONS, ROBFRTA SECRETARY, 

SMITH, BRIAN J CLERK, FROM APPIL 1 TO APRIL 30 

THEADFORD, RITA CLERK, FROM may 1 

VANDUSEN, BARBARA E CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN JARMAN 

' BOYDSTON, JHYCE W CLERK, 

CRUI'~KSHANK, JAMES CIFRK, 

HAMBERG, MIIDRED G PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

HASLUP, GRFTLYN Z CLERK, 

MCCUE, ELLFN H SECRETARY, 

MOSHFR, JiJANITA 

MURRAY, C J CLERK, 

SEEFELOT, BONNIE LEE PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. ALBFRT W. JOHNSON 

AUTEN, NANCY JANE SECRETARY, 

CRIVELLA, BARBARA EXEC SECRETARY, 

nODDS, ELIZABETH JANE LEGIS CLERK, 

EPRECART, MICHAEL T RESEARCH ASST, FROM MAY 1 

GOODNOE, NANCY DEE SECRETARY, 

HEISTER, MA^Y E CASEWORKER, 

JFSBERGFR, MAPY LOU SECTY, FROM JUNE 1 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 

LEWIS, WINIFRED R SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

ROBB, ROBERT C, JR AOMIN ASST, 

ROBERTS, MEI INDA L SECRETARY, 

WELLS, PAULINE G DI ST OFF SECRETARY, 

WOLFF, STEPHEN L DIST OFF ASST, ' 



160.00 

525.00 

3,649.98 

5,083.34 

8,666.66 

6,816.68 

625.00 

500.01 

950.00 

2,842.02 

3,416.66 

640.00 

9,833.34 

2,100.00 

10,333.34 

8,333.34 
3,959.28 
4,083.32 

200.00 
1,207.45 

600.00 



6,P03.75 

3,652.50 
13,575.00 

6,803.75 
10,815.00 
14,297.52 

4,536.48 
13,875.00 



3,983.70 
8,850.18 
5,151.06 
1,333.34 
3,819.30 
5,196.24 

425.00 
402.82 
8,703.78 
3,428.76 
6,314.16 
5,961.72 



67 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICF OF HilM. HaPOLD T. JOHNSON 

ANOFRSON, J(MN R SFCPFTaRY, FROM JAN. ^ I:/!, , Q/+A . A3 

BARNES, OWTfiHT H 14,500.02 

flFNSKIN, JOAN M SECRFTAPY, 4,A83.74 

BnONE, FRANCES K A,6C«.AB 

BRAI.IN, JIJANITA DELL ^,1^27.^^ 

B'JTTFRWOOTH, "UTH 7,52^.5B 

CARTER, JOHN JEFFFRY CLERK, FROM MAY 15 766.67 

OELLFR, WILLIAM R CLERK, TO APPIL BO B,S16.68 

HUBBAPO, EILEEN V TO JAN. lA 251.64 

KOLICH, JANE C SECRFTAPY 4,AS3.74 

MORSE, GERTRUDE M 4,171.80 

SANTANCELO, LYNN R SECRETARY, 4,333.A4 

SCOTT, MARGIE M CLERK, FROM JAN. 10 2,850.00 

WATSON, EUGFNF E 10,986.30 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES PA^FR JONAS 

BOTTS, ELI74BFTH E SFCRFT4RY, 6,30C.OO 

BOWLFS, LAWRENCE L ADMIN ASST, 9,495.00 

COROFS, ELIZABETH M SECRETARY, A, 650. 00 

FIRKIN, DONNA K "SECRETARY, 3,900.00 

HATFIELD, JANF S SECTY, 3,A99.90 

JONFS, G SHIRLEY EXFCUTIVF SECRETARY, 7,141.69 

LIVENGOOO, HELEN A SECRETARY, 5,825.00 

MALLISON, ALMETA SECRETARY, 1,060.0? 

"OOLE, EVELYN MAXINE SECRETARY, 4,650.00 

OFFICE OF HON. ED JONES 

CASHDOLLAR, ROBERT A STAFF ASSISTANT, 5,802.48 

'■•'IGGER, LINDA CONGPF SS I ONAL INTFRN, FROM JUNE 1 TO 

JUNE 23 230.00 

EVANS, ROBERT M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 24 ... 70.00 

FISHER, KEITH M, JR OFFICP PAGE, FROM PEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 .. 533.33 

FREEMAN, R S OFFICF MGR, 6,330.00 

GARRETT, MICHAEL WAYNE OFFICE PAGE, FROM MAY I TO MAY 31 .... 533.33 

HANNUM, VIVIFNNF B SECRETARY, 5,175.90 

HARPOLE, JACOUELYN D SECRFTAPY, 5,392.9? 

HAPPtS, MICHAEL W OFFICE PAGE, tq JAN. 31 533.33 

LANCASTER, PAY H .■ 9,861.?4 

MCCAFFREY, BETTYE J .•' 2, 248.20 

MCLEAN, WOOOFEN AOM ASST, 14,4?3.58 

MOBLEY, ANTHONY PAY OFFICE PAGE, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 533.33 

PACF, MARK A OFFICE PAGE, FROM JUNE 1 533.33 

PEELER, ALFRED W 3,442.08 

°ERPY, LINDA S 6,512.76 

READER, MARIBETH SECRETARY, TO JUNE 15 3,384.81 

R(JBFRPY, MARY JANE SECRFTAPY, 3,692.52 

THO"AS, GEORGE C 3,631.38 

TUCKER, WILLIAM OFFICE PAGE, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 533.33 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT E. JONES 

BAINF, CHARLES N CLERK, 1,117.98 

BEARD, MARILYN M SECRETARY, 8,967.48 

DALESANDRO, HELEN P SECY, FROM MARCH 1 TO JUNE 15 2,916.66 

DUDA, MARGARET C SECRETARY, 4,510.02 

MACHEN, JYLES DISTREP., 11,077.50 

MILSTEAD, GEORGF L AOM ASST, 15,250.02 

NOLFN, EOD CLERK, 3,549.60 

PPESLEY, VICTORIA SECTY, FROM MARCH 1 TO MAY 31 3,249.99 

RASBURY, WTLDA DIANE SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 835.17 

RASCO, WILLIAM EARL LEGIS ASST., 12,132.48 

THROSSELL, JUDY LYNN SEC^FTARY, 5,169.48 

WOOD, MARTHA FRANCES SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 12 401.11 

YOUNG, C GAFFNEY SECTY, FROM JUNE 16 333.33 



68 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICF OF HON. WALTER R. JONES 

CURRY, GLORIA F PERSONAL SFCRFTARY, 57,750.02 

LENTZ, RONNIE R SFCTY, FROM MARCH 27 2,036.67 

LEWIS, KAY ISLFY 1,663.98 

LUPTON, FLOYD J AOMIN ASST, 15,300.00 

OGLESRY, GENE H 1,971.78 

0NE4L, JANIF T SECRETARY, 5,599.98 

POU, MARY SPOTTSWOOD SECRETARY, 4,900.02 

RUCKER, PHYLLIS T SECRETARY, 6,900.00 

RUCKER, ROBERT C CLERK, FROM JUNE 16 125.00 

SHIRLEY, CATHY DIANE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 12 ... 190.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH E. KARTH 

ANTHONE, SUSAN R CASE WORKER, 4,747.50 

DAVIS, VALERIE HOPE STENOGRAPHER, FROM MAY 22 975.00 

HAMTLL, JOHN RANSOM LEGIS ASST, 9,454.92 

HECHT, MARY ANN SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 AND CASE WORKER, 

FROM JUNE 1 1,212.48 

HESS, ROBERT E ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

KAIISCH, ELIZABETH M SECTY, FROM FEB. 15 TO MARCH 31 306.67 

MCVFY, ANNE A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 16 ... 150.00 

NEFF, BARBARA LEE SECTY, FROM FEB. 12 TO MARCH 31 1,429.17 

RADMAN, MARY ELLEN SECRETARY, 5,673.00 

ROSENBAUM, BARBARA J SECRETARY, TO APRIL 30 AND FROM MAY 5 4,749.23 

SUDOW, ELLEN L SECRETARY, 1,054.98 

TONAT, EDWARD LEGIS ASST, 14,210.70 

WEIT7ELL, PA'!"RICIA J SECTY, 5,317.14 

YOUNG, ROBERT E LEGIS ASST, 2,031.42 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT W. KASTENMEIER 

AOPLEBAUM, STEWART H CLERK 7,249.98 

ROHMRICH, SUSAN L CLERK, 4,000.02 

BROSSOW, NANCY JEAN CLERK, TO MAY 15 3,000.01 

BURNS, MARILYN RUTH CLERK, 7,500.00 

CARR, JUDITH a CLERK, 5,825.01 

CUE, KAREN SUE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 300.00 

DONOHOE, ANNE MARIE CLERK, FROM MAY R 1,251.38 

FFSTGE, OTTO HOME SECRETARY, 9,333.32 

HOLMES, BETTY JEAN CLERK-OIST OFFICE, TO JAN. 31 116.67 

KRAUSE, PATRICIA A CLERK, TO FEB. 29 1,600.00 

MAURER, LEONARD L CLERK, 8,300.02 

MCMURRV, DORIS CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO APRIL 30 1,050.00 

MILLER, DAWNE C CLFRK, 1,050.00 

MYERS, SHIRLEY ANN CLERK, 2,850.00 

NASHOLD, JULIE A DISTRICT SECTY, FROM MARCH 1 1,133.32 

OSHIKI, KAZ ADM ASST, 14,700.00 

PARENT, MARY P CL ERK- 1 NTERN, FROM JUNE 1 400.00 

REMINGTON, ANN M PART TIME SECRETARY, FROM FFR. 1 TO 

MARCH 5 369.45 

SLAUGHTER, GENE K CLFRK, FROM FEB. 1 TO MAY 31 500.00 

VUKELICH, HELEN G CLERK, 1,900.02 

OFFICE OF HON. ABRAHAM KAZEN, JR. 

DURBANO, LILLIAN CASE WORKER, 9,563.94 

FLEMING, ROBERT H ADM ASST, 12,864.36 

HACKLFR, NORMA JEAN CLFRK TYPIST, 3,149.88 

HENDERSON, WALLACE FIELD REP 5,563.50 

MADISON, NANCY P STENOGRAPHER, 4,970.16 

MARTINEZ, ALFONSO A RESEARCH ASST, 6,719.40 

MURRAY, PATRICIA A FXFC- SECRETARY, 9,999.96 

PITTMAN, STELLA T DIST OFFICE MGR , 5,901.12 

SCHWARZ, KAREN A STENOGRAPHFP , 5,454.00 

SOLIS, JOHN FIELD REP, FROM FEB. 1 2,255.00 



69 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFTCE OF HON. WILLT«M J. KFATIMG 



4RCHIB4L0, Cni^INNF P ECFPT ION I ST/SFCPETAR Y , 

RiPRFTT, SUSAN F SFCRFT4RY, FROM MARCH 1 TP APRIL 2 ... 

31.0CK, LOUrS THOMAS LFGTSLATIVF ASST 

90UCKAERT, BARBARA A CLERK, FROM JUNE 10 

CRUOU", JANE E SECRETARY, 

DOYLE, JOAN ANNE OFFICE CLERK, TO MAY 31 AND ASST CASE 

WORKER, FROM JUNF 1 

ORESSMAN, SUSAN L SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 TO JUNE 1 

FOSTFR, SUSAN D LEGTS RESEARCHER, FROM APRIL 3 

GUMAER, MARTIE J SECRETARY, FROM JAN. 10 

HAYOEN, HELEN E SECRETARY, TO JAN. 17 

HAYES, THOMAS A ADM ASST, 

KELLER, JOAN L PFRS SECTY-OFFICE MGR, FROM APRIL 19 . 

KONRAD, MARTHA M CASF WORKER, 

MUETHING, DAVID L LEGISLATIVE RESEARCHER, FROM JUNE '^ ., 

OTT, ROBERT R, JR CLERK, FROM JAN. 18 TO MAY 9 

PETRONI, HEATHER M SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 23 TO APRIL 30 . 

OUINLAN, JEANNE F "EPSONAL SECRET ARY /OFF MANAGER, TO 

C4RCH 19 

RIVERS, JOHN R LEGIS AIDE, 

ROTHENBFRG, JUNE ELLEN TYPIST, FROM MAY 10 TO JUNE 9 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 10 ... 

RUSSELL, JOHN K PRESS ASST, 

SAUNDERS, KAYF MARLENF SECRETARY, 

SUHRE, SUSAN ANN HIST ASST, 

TRAUTH, JOSEPH L, JR DISTRICT MANAGER, 

OFFICF OF HON. JAMFS KFE 

BFANE, LINDA H 

BLIZZARD, GEORGE D 

ROYD, ROXIF 

COOK, KIRSTFN M CLERK, 

GRANT, DELLA M PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

HARRIS, DOUGLAS L CLERK, 

LTNCOLN, EVELYN 

RICHARDS, EVELYN E MANAGER-DIST OFFTCE, FROM JUNE 1 

S'"nTT, LEONARD V 

SWAIM, VIRGINIA C CLERK, 

THOMPSON, LINDA K SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM FEB. 5 

TO MARCH 31 

TOOTHMAN, SANDEE PRESS ASSISTANT, FROM APRIL 1 

TRIMRLE, GLORIA JEAN CLERK, 

TSUTRAS, FRANK G ADMIN ASST, 

OFFICE OF HON. HASTINGS KEITH 

BARCLAY, ELIZABETH C LEGIS ASST, FROM JUNE 27 

3URPFF, WILLARO A LEGIS ASST, TO MAY IS 

CHARRON, RHFA IRENE SFCRFTAPY, 

COUTO, ROBERT SPECIAL ASST, TO FEB. 29 AND SPECIAL 

ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 

HEGNER, DONNA M EXEC SECTY, 

DITZLER, CAROL A OFFICF MGR-PERS SECTY, FROM FEB. 1 ... 

ELDRIOGE, JOHN C SPECIAL ASST, 

FFLD, EVELYN DANA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 .... 

FOWLER, JOHN N STAFF ASST, FROM MARCH 24 TO MARCH 31 

GABAUFR, "FTER A, JR LEGIS ASST, TO FEB. 29 

HATHAWAY, MICHAEL D RESEARCH ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 

31 

KFLLEY, KAREN R 

KOFF, MICHAEL L LEGIS ASST, FROM FEB. 21 

LUKFY, JOAN A STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

MAUS, LARRY E STAFF ASSISTANT, TO MARCH 31 AND FROM 

JUNE 1 

OTT, CHRISTINA G CASE WORKER, 

PEREIRA, DIANA M CLERK, FROM JUNE 19 

PRINCE, DIANE E PERSONAL SECTY, TO FFR. 2° 

SHEETS, JULIE ANN LEGIS ASST, 

SIDDALL, DAVID R LEGIS CLERK, TO FEB. 29 AND ASSISTANT, 

FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 AND OFFICE 

ASST, FROM MAY 1 

SIEGRIST, ROBERT R ASST FOR PUBLIC AFFAIRS, TO MARCH 31 . 

SYLVIA, OTILIA SECRETARY, 



*3, 333.34 

106.67 

■5,125.02 

24'5.00 

3,783.34 

1,299.99 

139.50 

1,833.33 

3,645.84 

354. 17 

11,868.48 

2,100.00 

3,750.00 

505.55 

419.33 

791.67 

2,375.01 
4,750.02 

643.33 

10,500.00 

3,692.52 

4,296.05 

4,099.98 



4,606.08 
4,282.68 
4,606.08 
11,357.57 
8,531.75 

931.87 
13,080.41 

666.67 
1,443.42 

872.79 

2,102.21 

2,666.67 

4,750.02 

15,300.00 



83.33 
4,950.00 
1,366.68 

6,366.66 
4,600.02 
5,166.67 

4,000.02 
260.00 
200.20 

1,600.00 

1,458.33 

1,947.79 

5,072.21 

600.00 

988.99 
4,999.98 

250.00 
2,116.66 
4,700.02 



4,050.00 
5,000.01 
4,500.00 



70 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. H&STINGS K^ITH - CnNTINUED 
TUPKINGTON, ERIC T 
WiPNER, iUr.USTUS f, J" 



SPECIAL ASST, TO JAN. 31 AND LEGIS 

ASST, FROM APRIL 15 

ADMIN ASST, TO JAN. 31 



t?, 983. 33 
1,000.00 



OFFICE OF HON. JACK F. KEMP 

ARMSTRONG, JUOITH R LEGIS SECRETARY, TO FEB. 29 AND LEGIS 

ASST, FROM MARCH ] 

CLARK, HARRV W, III STAFF ASST, FROM MARCH 18 

CLFNOENING, VALERIE ANN CLERK TYPIST, FROM MAY 16 

CONCANNON, DAVID J, JR DIST LIAISON REP, 

CROMWELL, JAMES H ADM ASST, 

GENRICH, CHARLES HAROLD STAFF ASST, TO FE3. 15 

GORSKY, RICHARD D STAFF ASST, 

HTLDRFTH, DARLENE RECEPTIONIST-SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 ., 

HILL, NANNIE L CLERK-TYPIST, TO MAY 5 

HnST4, VERNE L STAFF ASST, TO MAY 31 

LABELLE, SUZANNE A SECTY, TO MARCH 17 

LANF, JACQUELINE SECRETARY, TO FEB. 6 , 

OLMAN, MARYELLEN CASEWORKER, 

"ARSONS, DARLENE I RESEARCH ASST, , 

PETERSON, SUSAN JANE SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 15 

REYNOLDS, ELIZABETH A PERS SECRETARY, , 

ROTTERMAN, LOUIS J PRESS ASST., 

RUTKOWSKI, EDWARD J DIST REP, 

SFGEB4RTH, KRISTEN LEE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

TOMCZAK, LOIS A DISTRICT SECRETARY, 

ZEMKE, BONNIE A DIST OFFICE SECY, FROM FFB. 15 

OFFICE OF HON. CARLETON J. KING 

BERG, GEORGE L, JP ADMIN ASST, 

CHOLAKIS, THOMAS G FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, FROM APRIL 15 ., 

DYE, CHARLOTTF A PERSONAL SECRETARY, , 

FRYLING, SHERRILL F SECRETARY, 

GRIMES, PEGGY A SECRETARY, , 

HOLAHAN, NANCY ANN SECRETARY, 

MURPHY, JAMES A, JR FIELD REP, , 

OAINE, EUSTIS TO MAY 31 

SOVICH, MARLENE A SECRETAOY, 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN C. KLUCZYNSKI 

ANDREWS, PETER JOHN CLERK, 

BLEECKER, LYNN G CLERK, 

FORST, DONALD. S CLERK, 

GEOPGALAS, ELEANOR CLERK, 

JOHNSON, GLORIA P CLERK , 

M4LUSKA, ANNE V CLERK, TO FFB. 29 , 

MITTELSTAEOT, PEARL CLERK, 

MORIN, SUSAN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

PALYS, PAUL G CLERK, TO FEB. ?9 

PEARSON, BEVERLY EXEC SECTY TO LEG ASST, 

PIENCZAK, EDWARD J ADMIN ASST DISTRICT OFF, 

TUREK, HENRY F CLERK, 

WIL3ANKS, JOSEPH STAFF MEMBER, FROM JUNE 1 



5,333.3A 
1,204.40 

787.50 

6,499.99 

13,500.00 

500.00 
2,309.73 
2,708.35 
2,222.21 
2,345.82 

961.65 
1,100.00 
5,333.34 
6,000.00 
3,000.01 
5,833.34 
8,500.02 
4,000.02 

300.00 
4,166.66 

755.57 



15,300.00 
2,111.10 
6,952.32 
4,219.98 
4,219.98 
1,899.00 
8,502.86 
2,421.10 
3,428.76 



4,366.66 

3,956.52 

5,969.94 

7,389.75 

4,999.98 

1,318.34 

7,564.50 

300.00 

1,628.34 

14,500.02 

10,750.02 

7,500.00 

583.33 



OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD I. KOCH 

ADLER, DOUGLAS OCH<; 

ALTMAN, RUTH S 
4RLT, RONAY 
BFNDIX, HELFN I 
BFRNUTH, PETFR K 
BlUM, MONICA INGRID 
BONE, SADIE M 
BRANTLEY, CARLOTTA A 
BROWN, DAVID W 
COFFEY, niANE M 
DOWNEY, BARBAPBA JEAN 



fLERK, FPOM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 AND 

FROM MAY 1 503.48 

STAFF ASST, 4,600.02 

STAFF ASST, 9,400.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

STAFF ASST, 9,403.42 

STAFF ASST, 5,550.00 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 100.00 

STAFF ASST, 4,600.02 

COUNSEL, 14,903.42 

PERSONAL APPTS SECTY, 4,750.02 

STAFF ASST, 5,400.00 



71 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



riPPICF "IF HON'. Fr>W4Rr> I. KQCH - CONTIK'UFD 



(VIBANT'TH, MSDIRFTH F 
GUFNTFOT, B&oSfiRA J 
PftLMF"! ANNE J 
SftMMON, VIOGINl* C 
SILVFPM4N, SIIF W 

VONSTUTTEDHFIM, KLAUS 



CLFRK, FPOM »<APCH 1 TO MARCH 31 J150.00 

ASST CA?F WCKFP, 4,000.02 

CLEPK, TO JAN. 31 100.00 

LEGl? <^TAFF ASST, 4,275.00 

IFGIS-STAFF AS<;t, 4,000.02 

STAFF i»SST, ■ 4,450.02 

CLFRK, FPO" APPIL 1 1,060.44 



OFF If F OF HON. OAN KUYKENHALL 



BROOKS, LEE ANN 
CARTEPf PHYLLIS ANN 
CATMU", JOHN 
DEES, FOANKTF LFE 
DINFEN, MICHAEL F 
FOI?EPG, GPFGORY N 
GRAHAM, Rn=«FOTA F 
KING, CAROL CRUHP 
LFAKE, VIRGINIA 
MEANS, JOHN N 
PARKER, KAREN flIZAi^ETH 
POWELL , M ELIZABETH 
REnr>ITT, EDWARD F 
STONE, G'JY 

TOMLINSON, SHIRLEY S 
VULFVICH, HELEN E 
W^OF, FRANCES PATRICIA 



<:UMMER INTFdn, F^OM JUNE 11 2CC.C0 

STAFF 4SST FOR Pil«lIC "EL, 4,125.00 

CONGPES<:iONAL TNTEpN, FROM JUNE 17 ... IPO.OC 

OISTPICT SECPFT40Y, ?,<i75.00 

AOMIN ASST, e,7C0.0C 

CLERK, 1,375.02 

SECRETARY, FROM MAY 11 tq junF 10 .... 300.00 

STAFF ASST, FROM MARCH 15 2,532.23 

LFGIS ASST, 5,599.98 

PRESS SECRETARY, 9,449.98 

4, 699.98 

EXEC SECTY, 7,774.98 

rOMMUNITY SEOVICF OFFICE"^, 6,300.00 

FTFLO PEP, 10,999.98 

SECTY, 1,716.67 

CASE HORKEO, TO MARCH 4 1,991.10 

4,699.98 



OFFICE 0^ HON. JOHN KYL 



ADAMS, SANOPA OICKENS 
STKIN*;, NFO^A t> 
EATON, 009F°T j 
FORREST, JOHN WILLIAM 
GROVE, SIJE ELLEN 
HER90L0, C^IL 
MINCKS, BRYAN H 
fAOiVAN, EONA 
i}nr;Fi?s, hipcIO 
R'^GERS, M&or,ARET C 
VANN^SS, GLENOA 



t;nMMcp INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 ..., 

INTFRN, FROM JUNE 1 

INTERN, FRHH JUNE 1 

INTERN, FPOM JAN. in TQ "AY 31 



5,170.80 

5,170.80 

8,040.18 

325.00 

325.00 

325.00 

3,750.00 

7,338.64 

9,B24.10 

4,541,40 

1,645.00 



OFFICE OF HON. OFTER N. KYOPS 



3FLL, WILLIAM fi, JQ 
SENniT, aogpoT j 
CANAOAY, ALYCF D 
CHILOS, ARTM'JB D 
CHILDS, CANHICE S 
CURTIS, GAIL PATBICIA 
OEVOS, LL'^YH 
GRKAVAC, OLGS 

HOPE, ALLISON 
LIB'^Y. NANCY W 
LORING, ANN I 
HOOING, M40GA°ET H 
nmjLTON, S«NO°A L 
PELTON, ELi^ANOR I> 
PL ANTE, JEROME G 
RAYMOND, M4OI0N W 

RTCHAOOS, C^RY L 

S\V1G'=, HELi=N J 



LEGI^ A^ST, 9,256.80 

<;t«ff AS<:t, FPnv JUNE 15 246.56 

ATM asST, 1^,600.98 

CTAFF ASST, 4,970.16 

STAFF AS^T, cpoM JUNE s 274.45 

STAFF ASST, 7,384.98 

STAFF AS^T, FPOM FFP. 1 TP MAY 31 .... 1,811.68 
STAFF ASST, TO "AY 31 AND STAFF 

MEM3ER, FROM JUNF I 5,312.52 

STAFF MEMOFR, FROM JUNE 12 274.44 

SECTY, FROM JAN. 3 TC «AY 31 1,282.67 

STAFF AS«:T, TO JAN. 31 516.67 

STAFF ASST 1,714.38 

STAF<= ASST, TO JAN. 31 452.92 

STAFF ASST, Tn JAN. 31 AND FROM FEB. 5 6,705.13 

10,684.9? 

OFrpoTiPtjI c;x, fopm FE". 14 TO MAY 31 

AND CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 1,'~72.7Q 

STAFF ASST, TP "AY 31 ANn <;tSFF 

wcMBE", "^ROM JUNE 1 5, ■'12.52 

«;T4FF A^^T, 5,°02.48 



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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFir.F OF HON. FAOL F. LANDGRFRF 



RON"^IB, L WILLIAM, Jf 
CAUOELL, WTLl lAM L 
CLARK, P08FRT H 
OAVIFS, RTCHAOD G 
niNSe, NANJCV HFLEN 
GneOON, ANNF E 
GRHVERMAN, JACK! LFF 

HIBMFR, ROY H 
KELLEY, CHRISTINE E 
LAVALLFE, OFNNIS W 
LINDSTEDT, nWIGHT 
MARTIM, RUTH ^NNE 
MATTESON, J KIRSTAN 
"FRRFLL, MAi'Y 
MITCHELL, OVETA F 
MURTAUGH, JAMES F 
ROBINSON, MARGARET Z 

SMITH, RETTF N 
THOMAS, BRENDA KAYF 
WALL, WILLIAM L, JR 

WALTHER, OON <= 
ZL07A, MAPLFNE A 



RESEARCH SPECIALIST, TO FFR. ?Q f600.00 

CLFRK, FROM FEB. I TO FF". 2^ 150.00 

CLERK, FROM MAY 1 Tn May 31 75R.33 

CLFPK, FPOW JUNE 1 240.00 

S^^CRFTARY, 5,626.21 

SECRETARY, TO JUNE 15 3,352.72 

SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 AND 

SECRETAPY/CASE WO^KFi', FRO" FEB. 1 ... 5,523.7<3 

FIELD RE"., 6,000.00 

SFCTY, 3,921.90 

RFSFARCH ANALYST, FROM FFB. 1 4,A2S.67 

CLERK, FROM MARCH 1' TO MARCH -^l AOO.OO 

SECRFTARY, FPOM FEB. 1 TO FER. 29 .... 150.00 

RECEPTIONIST, FPOM JI.INF 12 3R9.77 

SECRETARY, 4,499.70 

SECTY, 3,383.25 

2,005.9R 

SECRETARY, TO JAN. ?1 ANO 

SFCRFTARY/CASR WORKER, F^OM FEB. 1 ... 4,967.42 

SECRETARY, 4,007.70 

2,00S.9R 

LFGIS ASST, 7,320.R2 

CLFRK, FROM JUNE 3 4B5.33 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 7 .... 240.00 



OFFICE OF HON. PHIL M. LANORUM 



CHAOPELL, ANN 
OUNLA^, MARY ELFANO" 
ELBEOFFLO, KATHERINE A 
FLEMING, ELIZABETH M 
GARRISON, MAOY SUSANNF 
GARTH, EMILY T 
JFNKINS, EOGAR L 
JOHNSON, THOMAS E 
MATHIS, JAMFS E, JR 
THORNTON, THOMAS T, JR 
VANLANDINGHAM, MARIAN 

WAOREN, WILLIAM C 



CLERK, FROM JUNE 5 , 

CLFRK, 

CLERK, FROM MAY 15 TO JUNE 16 .... 
CLERK, TO FEB. 4 , 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 , 

CLFRK, 

WPITFR, TO JAN. 31 ANO RESEARCHER, 

FROM MARCH 15 

CLFRK, 



8,725.74 

375. =^5 

3,675.00 

P, 885.34 

426.66 

453.33 

7,035.12 

600.00 

4,500.00 

4,974.96 

2,508.33 
7,3R4.9R 



OFFICF OF HON. OELRFRT L. LATTA 



BROWN, MARY LUFLLA 
RUPCHELL, KAYF M 
CLARK, PHYLLIS ANN 
OEAN, SUE F 
EOWAROS, CAROLYN JEAN 
FORSYTH, GOROON J 
KOERBER, VIOLET C 
MANCUSO, AMELIA 
MAYS, JANE F 
MILI.IGAN, DATRICIA A 
MOO^E, REBECCA N 
REIL, niANE F 
WEINSTOCK, JOAN 



CLERK, FROM MAY 15 

APPTS SECY-RECEPTIONIST, TO APRIL 15 

SECRETARY, 

LEGIS ASST, TO FEB. 12 

CLERK-LFGIS AIDE, 

TLFRK, TO JUNE 9 

SECTY-RECEPTIOMIST, FROM APRIL 24 ... 

CLERK, FROM APRIL 25 TO MAY 31 

CLFRK, FPOM MARCH 13 TO MAY 31 

CLFRK- SFCTY, 



1,357.49 

10,500.00 
?,602.?P 
2,450.00 
5,522.70 
1,925.00 
5,916.67 
6,000.30 
2, 870.85 
1,842.50 
650.00 
1,625.00 
4,200.00 



OFFICF OF HON. ROBERT L. LEGGETT 



AUGLIFRF, VINCFNT J 
BACA, ANNA B 
CHAFFEE, OW^N 
COAKLFY, JAMES J 
FLMGREN, CATHERINE ANN 
ERICKSON, SALLY JAN 
HARPER, VIRGINIA 
HOLM, LAVFNIA C 
INTEPOONATO, CARMFLA F 
KEFGAN, JOYCE A 
KNIPHFER, JOANN 
LEMAS, FLI7ABFTH 
MINOEL, WILMA R 
MONAHAN, WILLIAM JOSEPH 



CONSULTANT, TO MAY 3] 500.00 

SECRETARY, 2,004.4R 

ADMIN ASST, 14,097.00 

DIST REP, 15,300.00 

SFCTY, 4,081.82 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 15 ... 160.00 

SFCRETARY, 4,264.98 

CLEPK, FPOM FFR. 1 500.00 

SFCTY, FROM MAY 1 1,500.00 

TO MARCH 31 2,707.26 

SFCRETARY, FPOM APRIl 1 2, 124. "9 

SECRETARY, TO FEB. 2° 200.00 

SFCRETARY, 6,387.32 

CLFPK, FROM JUNE 1 100.00 



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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT L. LEGGFTT - CONTTNUEO 

OBRIFN, DOROTHY C OFFICE MGR , TO JAN. 31 AND FXFCUTIVF 

SECRETARY, FROM FFB. 1 $1A, 417.50 

OBRIEN, «;HEIL4 M CLERK, TO APRIL 30 692.83 

PHILLIPS, TEDDIE B SECRETARY, TO MARCH 31 2,053.26 

SHERMAN, ROBERT 7,614.48 

OFFICE OF HON. ALTON LENNON 

BUTLFR, ANNE B 7,200.00 

CAMPION, GEORGIA B AOMIN ASST, 15,300.00 

JONES, DOUGLAS J 10,800.00 

KNIGHT, CATHARIN 3,P49.98 

LENNON, MAOY PAT CLERK, FROM JUNE 7 480.00 

MCLEAN, JEAN 8,400.00 

WALKER, CHRISTINE B 6,600.00 

WARD, DAVID DQCKERY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 7 .... 240.00 



OFFICE OF HON. NORMAN F. LENT 

ROATRIGHT, REED H 
FOSELL, RALPH JAMES, JR 
FIAMMA, STEPHEN E 
GIMMLFR, LORETTA A 
J4SPAN, ARTHUR W 
KLOnS, SUSAN K 
KNIGHT, GARY D 
LANGFORD, CAROLYN LEE 
LORD, CHRISTOPHER 
MINOGUE, MARY JANE 
MORRIS, BARBARA ANN 
OLIN, BRUCF 
OVERGAARO, RICHARD L 

ROMAN, ROBERT 
SAROONF, FRANK JOHN, JR 
TAT, MARILYN CRAWFORO 
WARD, EDWARD H 
WEISS, CHARLES W 
WEISSER, ARLENE L 



OFFICE OF HON. ARTHUR A. LINK 

BACKES, JACOUELINF 
BOE, AUDREY S 
CAMERON, ROSALIE P 
DYE, ROY AUGUSTUS, II! 

ECKELBERG, DUANE 

JONES, DOROTHY M 
KALDAHL, THE^MAN C 
KING, GORMAN H, JR 
MILLER, LYNN M 
MOORF, EUNICE 1 
NORSWORTHY, OLIVER D 
OIGGOTT, LOIS ELLEN 
ROBERTS, BARBARA JANE 

RUSTAD, WALLACE 
RUSTANO, ELIZABETH L 
SCOUTON, WILLIAM 
SKALEY, GAIL P 
VALEU, ROBERT L 
WALSH, MIKE 



PRFSS A<;ST, 

ADMIN ASST, 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

STAFF ASST, 

LEGIS ASST, 

STAFF ASST, TO FEB. 29 

STAFF ASST, FROM MARCH 1 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 

STAFF ASST, 

STAFF ASST, 

SECRETARY 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 31 
COMM RFL AIDE, TO APRIL 30 AND PUBLIC 

RELATIONS, FROM MAY 1 

OIST REP, 

PESEACH ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO MAY 31 ., 

STAFF ASST., 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM MAY 1 

STAFF ASST, 

RESEARCH ASST, TO JAN. 31 

SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY, 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 

31 

ASST CLK, TO MARCH 31 AND ASSISTANT, 

FROM APRIL 1 

SECRETARY, 

ASSISTANT, 

CLERK-INTERN, TO FEB. 29 

SECTY, FROM JUNE 5 

SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 26 

CLERK, 

SECRETARY, FROM JAN. 10 

SECRETARY, TO JAN. 5 AND FROM MARCH 1 

TO APRIL 30 

ASST TO MBR, 

SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 15 .. 

ASSISTANT, 

SECRETARY, 

ASSISTANT, 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 



6,041.66 
15,265.02 

300.00 
2,350.02 
2,500.02 
1,495.00 
2, 233.32 
4,918.32 
3,430.02 
4,249.98 
6,752.52 

800.00 

4,636.66 
8,820.00 
2,566.68 
6,752.52 

750.00 
2,058.33 

566.67 



4,043.98 
4,836.52 
5,044.02 

500.00 

4,831.98 

6,187.98 

8,592.51 

500.00 

173.33 

379.17 

1,444.00 

3,496.78 

623.45 
12, 126.48 

104.16 

12, 126.48 

2,349.99 

9,210.51 

300.00 



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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICF OF HOM, SHFRMAN P. LLOYD 



AHLSTPPM, SRDETH M t4, 650.00 

ANDERSON, ROBERT M 2,402.40 

SULLEN, THURLOW H CLERK, FROM JAN. 26 5,591.66 

DWAN, JOHN FRANCIS CLFRK, TO JAN. 25 1,020. B3 

GARCIA, AN';flINA S CLFRK, FROM "ARCH 1 1,875.00 

GILLETTE, FAY CLERK, 2,400.00 

GOATES, ROMA T CLERK, 4,950.00 

HANSEN, ROYAL IVORY CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 AND FROM 

APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 AND FROM JUNE I .. 1,350.00 

JONES, GORDON S CLERK, TO JUNE 11 6,447.86 

LOVFLL, JOAN CLERK, 3,574.99 

LOWE, STEVEN F CLERK, FROM JUNE 7 520.00 

MCCRANEY, DAVID L CLERK, 4,694.76 

MOLE, CRAIG ROBERT CLERK, FROM JUNE 16 275.00 

MUSGROVE, MYRA JEAN CLFRK, TO APRIL 15 1,750.00 

REESE, ROBIN WILLIAM CLERK, FROM JUNE 7 400.00 

ROLLO, JOHN M CLERK, 4,930.02 

SHORES, SUSAN CLERK, 4,725.00 

THOMPSON, LINWOOD C CLFRK, TO JAN. 31 AND PROM MARCH 1 TO 

MARCH 31 AND FROM MAY 1 1,400.00 

WALTER, WILLIAM REAGAN CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM MARCH 1 TO 

MARCH 31 AND FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 .... 3,750.00 

WINFGAR, PAUL W ADMIN ASST, 12,425.01 

OFFICE OF HON. CLARENCE D. LONG 

3ACHARACH, DEi^ORAH SECRETARY 3,499.98 

BEATLEY, PATRICIA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 29 ... 20.00 

BRADY, EVELYN C TYPIST, FROM MAY 1 900.00 

DAVIDSON, MARGARET S 4,916.68 

DEMATATIS, VIRGINIA F LEGIS SECTY, FROM MAY 22 736.67 

HAMMERS, JEAN PRESS ASST, 5,250.00 

HENRY, MARY V RESEARCH ASST, 4,680.68 

HOPE, ELIZABETH MOSLEY SECRETARY, 6,499.98 

HORNEY, GEORGE BRENT DISTRICT REP, 6,499.98 

LEHMAN, SUSAN N APPT SECTY, TO APRIL 2 2,121.12 

MACMICHAEL, BARRY LYNN ADM ASST-EXFC SFCTY, TO MARCH 31 AND 

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT, FROM APRIL 1 .... 5,162.49 

MASER, LAUREN J CASF WORKER, 3,583.33 

MEYER, SYLVIA FIELD REP, FROM FEB. 1 2,845.83 

REHBEIN, LESLIE SPECIAL ASST, FROM JUNE 11 288.89 

REVELLS, MARSHA CLERK-TYPIST, 3,400.02 

ROBERTS, DATRICIA A LFGIS SECRETARY, TO MAY 12 2,601.65 

SMI-^H, SUSAN G SPECIAL ASST, TO JAN. 31 300.00 

STOCKTON, PETER D H SPEC INVESTIGATOR, 13,100.02 

THOMAS, JEANETTE HAYS PRESS SFCTY, FROM JAN. 3 TO JAN. 31 .. 217.78 

TOLLERTON, KATHRYN R LEGIS ASST, 8,062.50 

TOMKIN, SHELLEY LYNNE RECEPTIONIST, FROM APRIL 3 1,466.67 

WHITEFORD, R S, III SECTY-CLERK, TO MARCH 31 1,625.01 

OFFICE OF HON. SPEEDY 0. LONG 

BRADY, THOMAS FLOYD CLFRK, 7,325.83 

BRIDGES, EDYTHE M CLERK, 3,814.16 

COUVILLION, DAVID IRVIN 12,166.67 

GUM, CYNTHIA R CLERK, TO APRIL 30 3,207.49 

HICKS, CARLTON J CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 AND 

TLERK, FROM JAN. 1 TO JAN. 31 1,100.00 

HILDERBRANO, PRISCILLA 4,875.00 

HODGES, BERTICF G CLFRK, 3,814.16 

PIPER, CATHERINE B CLFRK, 5,207.49 

SMITH, ALVA C, JR CLFRK, 6,983.33 

SMITH, SONDRA ANN CLERK, 2,290.85 

SWOR, MATTIF LOU CLFRK, 5,207.49 

TARVER, JOHN R CIERK, 11,791.66 

WILSON, JUANITA ANN CLFRK, 4,875.00 



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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

QFFICF OF HON. M4NUFL LUJAN, JR. 



CHiVFZ, SVLVIA 4 CASF WORKER, FROM FFB. 14 TO APRIL 30 

AND FROM MAY 5 $2,609.45 

CORTEZ, WILLT4M P CLERK, TO FFB. 2<? 600.00 

CPANOALL, OUFNTON K 15,300.00 

DAUM, JACK CLERK, 10,623.72 

HERRING, BEVERLY A PROJECTS SECTY, TO APRIL 30 AND 

PROJECT niRECTOP, FROM MAY 5 4,155.54 

HOLT, MICHELLE t^ROM JUNE 26 100.00 

HQRVATH, RANDEE SECRETAPV, FROM JAN. 12 3,380.00 

KERNS, OIANA C CLERK, 4,154.72 

KERSNER, JUOITH CLERK, 4,431.00 

LEGER, ANTONIO C FIELD REP, 2,106.30 

MIRABAL, RFATRICE A FROM MAY 1 1,250.00 

MORGAN, MARTHA B SECRETARY, 3,100.00 

MOYA, STELLA A SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 2,100.00 

MUNSEY, DIANA M SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 ANO FROM FFB. 5 4,642.00 

ORTEGA, SANDRA TAMAR FROM JUNE 12 TO JUNE 18 ANO FROM JUNE 

12 TO JUNE 18 210.00 

PAPP, PEGGY ANN LEGTS ASST, 5,275.02 

SALAZAR, LUCY M OIST SECRETARY, 4,380.70 

VIGIL, RO^INA G CASEWORKER, TO JAN. 16 377.78 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT MCCLORY 

BOTT, MARY JANE FOOM MAY 1 1,416.66 

BRAXTON, JUANITA D SFCRF TAR Y-RFCEPT lONIST , 4,958.52 

CHANDLER, GAIL FROM JUNE 19 133.33 

CHANDLER, LAURA E INTERN, TO MAY 31 2,285.85 

COLPVAS, GERALDEAN J EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 8,176.26 

CORBIN, FULALIA DISTRICT ADMIN ASST, 8,426.82 

DANIELS, STEPHEN M POOM MARCH 1 3,429.17 

DAVIS, ROBFRT C, III FROM JUNE 19 140.00 

FISHEP, NED L FROM JUNE 1 541.67 

HILL, MAPY r TO "PRIL 30 3,340.84 

KENNEY, VIRGINIA 2,400.00 

KIERNAN, FRANCES B 6,725.64 

LEASON, JULIA E RECEPTIONIST, tq APRIL 15 2,307.83 

MORROW, JEAN F PERSONAL SECPFTARY, 6,989.40 

PEASLEY, DONALD D 3,050.00 

RINFHART, VIRGINIA W FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 1,203.33 

RUDD, ALETHEA S SECRETARY, 5,433.24 

SPEYER, BARBARA KAY TO MAY 31 2,873.85 

STONHAM, MARIETTA H STAFF ASST, 6,609.60 

TORIAS, JOHM R FROM JUNE 8 255.55 

WEYLAND, JOHN L LEGIS ASST, TO APRIL 30 4,571.68 

YAFFE, DAVID CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 24 AND 

FROM JUNE 1 420.00 

ZIMMETT, MARK P CLERK, TO JAN. 31 450.00 

QFFICF OF HON. PAUL N. MCCLOSKEY, JR. 

ANDREW, K BPFNDA STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 833.33 

BETHRAY, CONSTANCE M PERS SECTY, TO MAY 31 4,967.30 

BROWN, DAVID S J 5,966.90 

BRUNE, JANET STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 15 708.33 

BRYANT, PHILIP G STAFF ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 

AND PROM JUNE 1 828.33 

CANBY, ANNE P 4,671.65 

DFVOY, ROBFRT TYNAN, JR STAFF ASST, 5,487.52 

FAPLEY, JANFT LOUISE STAFF ASST, 4,431.00 

GREENWALD, MICHAEL P STAFF ASST, FROM JAN. 16 TO FEB. 15 .. 400.00 

LAFOND, PAUL DECELLE ADM ASST, TO MAY 31 7,561.43 

LEVETT, MICHAEL A STAFF ASST, FROM JAN. 16 TO FEB. 15 .. 1,250.00 

LINDLFY, LOIS E STAFF ASST, FROM FEB. 16 TO FEB. 29 .. 583.34 

MACFARLAND, CFLIA C STAFP ASST, FROM APRIL 1 1,900.00 

MARCOTT, CYNTHIA A STAFF ASST, 3,165.00 

MILLER, JANF M STAFF ASST, 3,999.32 

MOORF, ELIZABETH S STAFF ASST 4,431.00 

MUROHY, GFOPGE F, JR PRESS ASST, TO JAN. 15 625.00 

NIKLAUS, DAVID C 9,073.02 

NORMENT, LUCYNA B PERSONAL SECTY, FROM JUNE 1' 873.84 

PLOUGH, CHARLES T, III STAFF ASST, FROM MARCH 1 1,300.00 

RUSHFORD, GREGORY G STAFF ASST, FROM FEB. 16 TO FEB. 29 .. 525.00 

SHERWOOD, ANNE 5,485.98 



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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972-Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. PAUL N. MCCLOSKFY, JP , 



rDNTINllFD 



SKEt!RITT, KfM F STAFF ASST, FROM JAN. 16 TO FFB. ?9 

AND FROM MAY 1 t?, 479. 16 

WFINSTFIN, SU^AN LFF CONGRFSSTONAL IMTFRN, FROM JUNF 16 ... 150.00 

WILSOM, JOHN LEWIS 3,A2R.76 

WILSON, LINOA P STAFF &SST, TO APRIL 15 I,?30.fl4 

OFFICE CF HON. JAMES A. MCCLURE 

ANCHUSTFGUI, NINA M SECPETARY, 4,39P.98 

ARMSTRONG, DUKE J CLERK, ?,833.32 

BE4TTY, BARBARA SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 1,327.8A 

COLLINS, JANE HAMPTON SECRETARY 3,812.5? 

CUMMTNGS, LOUELLA C SECRETARY, TO APRIL 15 2,056.25 

OAHL, HELEN G SECRETARY, 3,A?4.98 

GOLLFR, JAMES A OIST ASST, 11,7A9.98 

HANFORD, DOROTHY J SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 2,895.85 

HANSON, PATRICIA A SECTY, 3,250.02 

HATHAWAY, MICHAEL D niRECTOR EN E RES TSK FC, TO JAN. 31 

NND OIRECTOR-TSK FCE-ENFRGY r, RES, 

FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 1,373.66 

HILL, THOMAS M STAFF AIDE, FROM JUNE 1 750.00 

HOALST, DIANA MARIE SECTY-DIST OFFICE, FROM JUNE 1 579.17 

JOHNSON, RUTH V SECRETARY, 3,550.02 

KFITHLY, CAROLYN JANE SECRETARY, 3,462.48 

LEWIS, MARCTA K CONGRFSS lONAL INTFRN, FROM JUNE 5 .... 260.00 

LEWIS, RAYMOND K LEGIS ASST, 6,199.98 

PANKONIN, LUETTA H PRESS SFCRFT&RY, FROM FEB. 1 3,541.65 

SLOVER, I ILA J SECRETARY, 4,075.02 

THOMPSON, RICHARD K APM ASST, 12,649.98 

TURNER, LINDA C SECRETARY, 4,600.02 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN Y. MCCOLLISTER 

BLOOOWORTH, REBECCA SECRETARY, TO JAN. 19 374.72 

HftGEL, CHARLES T RESEARCH ASST, 4,500.00 

HUNTLEY, SUSAN E SECTY, FROM JUNE 8 415.28 

JHHNSON, SUE R CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MAY 31 300.00 

JUARF7, JOSEPH J STAFF AIDE, TO FEB. 29 AND FROM HAY 16 700.00 

KRONBERG, WENDELL A CLERK, 1,800.00 

MATSON, PATRICIA JO PRESS ASST, 5,749.98 

MCCORNACK, GREGG C CONSTITUENT RELATIONS ASST, 5,541.68 

PFACOCK, CATHERINE M LEGIS SECTY, 4,875.00 

PETERS, PAUL F LEGIS ASST, 10,750.02 

ROMANS, RONALD C AOMIN ASST, TO JUNE IS 11,458.31 

ROSS, SUSAN JANE RESEARCH ASST, FROM FEB. 1 3,958.35 

SHEAKS, MARCH T RECEPTIONIST, 5,250.00 

SISSON, SANDRA KAY DIST FIELD REP, TO MAY 31 AND 

DISTRICT OFFICE MANAGER, FROM JUNE 1 • 5,541,68 

SWAIN, NAOMI JANE CLERK, 1,800.00 

TAYLOO, MONTE DISTRICT PEP, 6,750.00 

WALLIN, LYN LOUISE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

WESTNER, FRANCES C OFFICE MANAGER, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM 

FEB. 5 6,438.88 

OFFICE OF HON. MIKE MCCORMACK 

ABRAMS, ROYE LYNN DIST AIDE, 3,948.00 

ALEXANDER, NANCY C CLERK, TO APRIL 15 2,307.66 

ANDELIN, JOHN P, JR STAFF ASST, 3,411.00 

BACON, BARB^RA B CLERK, 6,330.00 

DANNENHAUER, MFRCEriFS CLERK, FROM APRIL 17 1,480.00 

ELLIS, JERRY ANN OIST AIDE, 4,299.00 

FALKNOR, RICHARD W C ADM ASST, TO MARCH 31 6,857.49 

HARRINGTON, TONI T SECRETARY, TO APRIL 15 ?,769.3« 

HARRIS, DANIEL S, JR CONSULTANT, TO JAN. 31 234.67 

HAPPIS, WILLIAM E STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE I 600.00 

HATFIELD, PHILLIP L CLERK, FROM JUNi^ 1 400.00 

HUNT, THOMAS E PRESS ASST, 9,?66.35 

INGELS, GAIL M CLERK, 2,016.50 

MCFLIGOT, LUCY A CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 1,200.00 

NOWAKOWSKI, RAGNAR F EXEC ASST, 12,660.00 

PAPGAMENT, EDYTHE A CONFIDFNTIAl Si^CPETARY, 6,330.00 



, 77 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICF OF HON. MIKF MCCOPMACK - CONTIMUFn 

RawS'lN, WILLIAM RANDALL RE^^FAPCH AS*:!, t^, 619. SO 

TONJFS, ANN L CLFPK, FROM A"PIL 1 2,R00.00 

VFRNIFR, HARVFY A^^ST nT<;T PEP, TP MAY 31 2,110.00 

WILLIAMS, FILFEN C CLFRK, FRP»1 MAY 1 "'00.00 

WTNOGRAn, FRFD C STAFF ASST, FROM MAY I TO MAY 31 625.00 

ZAGA", RRUCF ANTHONY STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 TO MAY 

31 ANO OFFIFE MC-DTSTR ITT , FROM JUNE 

1 2,040.92 

OFFICF OF HON. WILLIAM M. MCCULLOCH 

BRUSH, MARGIE R 1,145.5R 

DIFNER, NANCY L CLERK, TO APRIL 30 1,666.68 

GFLCHION, CHRISTINA CLERK, 5,500.02 

LFAHY, KEVIN OOYLE CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 500.00 

"AGE, VERA W SECTY, 10,500.00 

RING, STEDHFN W CLERK, 1,950.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH M. MCDAOF 

BOINSKI, PSTRiriA M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

CAHILL, MARY E CASEWORKER, 5,151.00 

CAVANAUGH, KATHLEEN M CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 75C.00 

CONNORS, JANET CLERK, 3,534.24 

CORBIGAN, ANNF W SPFC A SST-LEG I <;L AT I VE , R, 241.66 

EOMUNOSON, MARGERY C RECEPTIONIST, TO APRIL 30 2,126.48 

EKLUNO, VICKI L SECRETARY, FROM MAY 4 1,187.50 

GFLR, MICHAEl CLFRK, FPOM JUNE 1 750.00 

KROPO, EDITH M CLFPK, TO JAN. 16 266.67 

LFTTIEPI, FOEO F FIELO PFP, TO APRIL 30 ANO FROM MAY 5 5,024.46 

MOSER, GERTPUOE L EXEC SECRETARY, 10,577.34 

OGOPMAN, FRANCIS F ADMIN ASST, 14,491.98 

REESE, ROBERT H PURL IC PFL ATIONS ASST, 1,406.10 

RUSSEN, MICHAEL S FIELD RFP, 7,458.48 

TAUBER, KAREN L SECRETARY, 4,054.18 

WRIGHT, MARY AGNES OFFICE MANAGER, 4,747.50 

OFFICF OF HON. JACK H. MCDONALD 

CASSEDY, L DIANNF LEGIS. ASST., 6,330.00 

FITZGERALD, LAURENCE F ADMIN ASST, 15,300.00 

KAMPMANN, MARION RESEARCH ASST, TO FEB. 29 866.66 

KAUL, LA VONNE SECTY, 1,425.00 

KELLY, JANET MARIE TYPIST, TO APRIL 8 2,014.46 

LOEFFLER, KATHY C RECEPTIONIST-TYPIST, FROM APRIL 17 ... 1,438.88 

MCKFOUGH, MARY T SECPF T ftp Y-C A SE WORK EP , 4,906.02 

MILNE, J RICHARD RESEARCH ASST, TO FEB. 29 AND FROM MAY 

18 ?,<>'=■(>. bb 

MOGLE, JEAN F SECRETAPY, 2,269.98 

PHANFUF, CAPOL L SECRETARY, 3,694.98 

RICE, JACOUFLYN A SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 1 666.67 

RUMSEY, BIRGITTE SPFCIAL ASST, FROM MARCH 7 TO MARCH 24 500.00 

SCUPHOLM, PAUL T DISTPICT ASST, 8,282.52 

SHFLTON, EAPIINF EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 1-2,213.32 

TEOFORD, JFRE L SECRETARY, TO JUNE 9 3,449.40 

WOLFF, RICHARD F RESEARCH E PPE<^S AS'^T, 9,812.52 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT C. MCFWEN 

BELL, OONNA M PEPS SECTY, 6,750.00 

BURRELL, JON C CLERK, TO JAN. 31 333.33 

CAMOANELLA, BERNARD J ASST, 6,250.02 

DEUVAL, ERNEST J ASST, 7,900.02 

ELLIS, JOANN D CASE WORKER, FROM JUNE 1 500.00 

MELLON, JOHN E ADM ASST, 15,250.07 

RATTI, JOY CASE WORKER, 4,750.02 

SOBOTA, EDWARD C CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

STITT, CAROL D RESEARCHER, TO JAN. 31 1,250.00 

WARREN, SUSAN L SETRETARY, 4,099.98 



78 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICF np HON. JOHN J. MCFALL 

ALRERTSEN, MARY C 
RARNES, RAYMOND F 
CATN, VICKY 
DAWSON, ELIZABETH ANN 
EDLUND, DAVTD DENNIS 
H4R0Y, LEROY C 

KEEG&N, PATRICIA M 
MA8RY, SAMUEL A 
MABRY, SANDRA S 
NUTTER, SUZANNE L 
OLHASSO, JOHN J 
OLYMPIUS, SHIRL 
RUFFIN, ROSETTA MARIE 
STFVENS, ALICE K 
WALTERS, BRENDA 
WILBER, A LEE 
WILSON, CATHERINE E 
WING, JAMES KENNETH 
YOUNG, FRANK J 
YOUNG, FRANK JOSEPH 



CLERK, *5,05A.58 

CLERK, 15,225.00 

CLERK, FROM JUNF 16 279.17 

CLERK, 5,491.74 

CLERK, 4,725.00 

CLERK, TO FEB. 29 AND FROM MAY 1 TO 

MAY ^1 480.33 

CLEOK, TO MAY 31 2,791.65 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 352.39 

CLERK, TO MAY 31 1,761.95 

CLERK, 4,200.00 

CLERK, 7,784.22 

CLERK, 2,480.70 

CLERK, 4,203.78 

CLERK, 8,500.20 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 12 TO JUNE 14 55.83 

CLERK, 6,187.68 

CLERK, 4,429.14 

CLFRK, 3,999.03 

CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 320.22 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 



OFFICE OF HON. K. GUNN MCKAY 



ABRAHAM, JOHN L 
ALLEN, NANCY CAROL 
BFAL, RICHARD S 
BROWN, HELEN BETH 
CLARK, KRISTTNA A 
GALLEGOS, KATHLEFNE 
GROW, JEANNE 
HOTTINGER, JOHN C 

HUNTER, BRUCE C 
LEICHT, LOUISE L 
MELVILLE, J KEITH 
MILLER, MAX A 
MONSEN, J SHELDON 
"DLSFN, MACK WADE 
OSHELL, BARBARA 
RICHARDS, SOFNCEP 
RHYLANCF, MARILYN 
TAYLOR, STANLEY A 
VINCENTI, SHELDON A 
YOUNG, DOLLY G 
YOUNG, PATRICIA J 



OFFICE OF HON. JAMES D. 

BAIRD, RONALD L 
BARNETT, JUDITH LYNN 

BERGER, MAP<;hA P 
BONBRIGHT, ROBERT A 
BUTLER, CORAL IE CAREY 
COLEMAN, CARL CHENNY 

FITZPATRICK, PAUL A 
KEMD, SARAH JANE 
SIMONS, EDWARD A 
SNFIDER, TERRI LYNN 
SWFFNEY, MARY N 
THOMAS, JANET R 
UNOPRWOOD, BROOKE F 
WEDDLF, MARY L 
W I Gl E , EDWIN r 
YOUNG, NANCY L 



CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 

PERSONAL SECTY, 

RES CONSULTANT, TO MAY 31 

DISTRICT OFFICE MANAGER, 

ASST ADM ASST, 

CASE WORKER, 

INTERN, FROM JUNF 14 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 TO 

MAY 31 

STAFF ASST, 

SFCTY, FROM JUNE 1 

STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

STAFF ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 . 

PRESS SECRETARY, 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .. 

INTERN, FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 31 

STAFF ASST, FROM MARCH 17 TO MAY 31 

STAFF ASST, 

ADMIN aSST, 

LEGIS ASST, 

OIST OFFICE MGR, 

STENOGRAPHER, FROM JUNE 1 

'MIKE' MCKEVITT 

CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

STAFF ASSISTANT, to JAN. 31 AND 
PERSONAL SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 .... 

DIST OFFICE MGR, 

CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

RECEPTIONIST 

PRESS f. LEGIS ASST, TO JAN. 2 AND 

ADMIN ASST, FROM JAN. 3 

LEGISLATIVE ASST, TO MAY 12 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

ADMIN ASST, TO JAN. 3 

LEGIS ASST, 

CLERK, FROM JAN. 15 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 26 

DIST OFFICE SECTY, 

CASE WORKER, 

DISTRICT PEP, 

CLERK, 



666.67 
4,099.98 
3,416.65 
3,000.00 
4,549.98 
5,250.00 

170.00 

2,000.01 
1,300.00 

300.00 
1,083.33 

600.00 
8,925.00 

300.00 

750.00 

1,130.55 

4,249.98 

14,700.00 

13,000.02 

3,600.00 

300.00 



500.00 

5,418.56 

4,500.00 

500.00 

4,219.98 

13,719.46 
2,707.85 
6,330.00 
216.67 
6,593.76 
3,288.88 
83.33 
2,500.00 
5,802.48 
7,374.99 
2,171.48 



79 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OF^XrE OF HON. STEW8RT P. MCKIMNEY 

SISACr.A, GFORGF R OTSTi^ICT PEP, $6,625.02 

n&RVFTH, rHRISTOPHER R rONGRE^^ST ONAL INTERN, FROM JUNF I .... 300.00 

CHAVES, SARRAOA COLE OFFICE MANAGER 7,614.14 

DALY, CHRISTOPHER J STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM MARCH 

1 2,097.93 

DONOVAN, PATRICIA J CASE WORKER, 4,193.64 

FICKFR, LOIS CASEWORKER, 5,071.59 

FOLEY, KEVIN M RESEARCH ASST, TO MAY 31 1,463.50 

GRAY, LESLIF R CASE WORKER, 4,193.64 

KELLY, DOROTHY A BRIDGEPORT ASST, 4,223.99 

LEHOMAN, LYNDA ANN LEGIS AIDE, 4,080.00 

LONG, MARY JEAN STAMFORD ASST, 4,223.99 

MCG'^E, jnSEPH J LFGI'^ ASST, 5,097.98 

MCKIERNAN, GERALD J PRESS ASST, 9,256.31 

MICHAUn, LINDA A RECEPTIONIST 4,259.24 

MILLFR, SUSAN MEREDITH INTERN, FROM JUNE 16 150.00 

NORTON, THOMAS F HIST ASST, TO MAY 31 4,259.25 

ROYAK, HELEN M SFCRETARY, 2,516.16 

SANGIOVANNI, WILLIAM F DISTRICT REP, 8,138.03 

SMITH, MICHAEL P STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 666.67 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN L. MCMILLAN 

ATKINS, MAC T, JR CLERK, FROM MAY 10 991.66 

BATTLE, MICHAEL WARNER CLERK, FROM JUNE 5 361.11 

CARTER, J ROBERT, JR 5,563.50 

CORLEY, RORFRT H CLEPK, TO JAN. 31 350.00 

DEBERRY, CAROLYN W 10,885.86 

DUCKER, CHABLES R CLERK, FROM JUNF 1 416.67 

GERRALD, VANDA SUE 3,594.29 

GRAHAM, EDWARD L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 .... 260.00 

GPAHAM, LENWOOD CLERK-MESSENGER, 3,165.00 

HILL, JOAN 4,970.16 

HURSi^Y, BARBARA JANE CLERK, FROM JUNF 1 416.67 

LATHE, SANDRA J CLERK, 3, 512.09 

MATTHEWS, P CURTIS 6,719.4" 

MCGEP, MAJOR L 13,418.10 

ROGERS, AILFEN VICTORIA 3,261.54 

ROGEPS, FRANK D, JR CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 333.33 

SPQONTS, TRENT CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 333.33 

STEADMAN, ANNE W 6,277.67 

WHITE, JAMES LEWIS, JR CLERK, TO JAN. 31 350.00 

OFFKE OF HON. TORBERT H. MACDONALO 

ALLEN, JANICE CAROL LEGIS ASST, TO APRIL 30 ' 2,989.32 

ALLEN, RUTH W «:ECRETAPY, FROM JUNE 12 369.44 

BOWEN, ANNE M STAFF ASST, 3,640.02 

CAGNO, HELEN STAFF ASST, 3,429.00 

CARNEY, ELEANORF M STAFF ASST, 7,912.50 

CHILES, ELIZABETH 2,911.62 

CONELL, JOSETTE E STAFF ASST, TO FEB. 1 545.08 

CROKFNI, JOSEPH E ADM ASST, 15,244.98 

KNIGHT, PETER CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 12 ... 190.00 

LICHTMAN, JOAN B L^GTS ASST, FRO" MAY 15 1,022.23 

PATMAN, MARY ANN SECRETARY, 8,914.98 

PIKKERT, MAY ANNE SECRETARY, 5,011.50 

SHOOSHAN, HARRY M, III ADM ASST, 10,999.98 

SINCLAIR, LUCY M SECRETARY, 7,912.50 

OFFICE OF HON. RAY J. MADDEN 

BOSCH, MICHAEL WM CLERK, FROM MAY I 2,750.00 

BURDINE, ANTHONY A CLERK, 4,325.52 

OIMOND, ARTHUR CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 1,400.00 

OURRFTT, VIRGINIA M SECRETARY, 7,120.98 

EVERETT, DOROTHY J SECRETARY, 7,120.98 

FPARS, JELLFNA SECRETARY, 5,151.06 

JEHLE, PATRICIA A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

PANNOS, MICHAEL A CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 1,000.00 

RADULIC, PAUL CLERK, FROM MAY 1 766.34 

SOBEK, MARY EXEC. SECRETARY, 14,221.38 

TURNER, VIRGINIA P ADM ASST, 15,300.00 



80 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

nFFICE OF HON. GFORGE H. MAHON 



BELLOWS, H CUTLER CLERK, TO JAN. 31 

ROYLF, HELEN G CLERK, 

FiJRGESON, JIM A CLERK, FROM JUNE 9 

GRIFFITH, ROSE JEAN CLFRK, , 

GURREM, MARY ELLEN CIERK, 

KAY4LI, GAY NELL CLERK, 

LANGSTON, DAVIO R CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO MAY 31 

MARTIN, nOROTHY S CLERK, 

MCELROY, LAURA CLERK, FROM JUNF 1 

MOORF, CHARLES B ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 18 TO MAY 31 .... 

PETFRSON, ANNALEE CLERK, 

UMPHLETT, ANITA K CLERK, 

WILLT^MS, RITA CAROL CLERK, , 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM S. MAILLIASO 

ADKINS, LINDA LEE LEGISLATIVE ASST, 

BRAUNREITER, MARY CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

B'JSHA, ROBERT W ADM ASST, 

0'=VINCENZI, KATHRYN R CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 

DOUGHERTY, OEBORAH A CLERK, 

GILMORE, MICHAEL LEE CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

GREY, RICHARD S CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

HARRISON, GWEN K CASE WORKER, TO APRIL 30 

HEWITT, CAROL MEREDITH RECEPTIONIST, FROM MAY 1 

HOLMES, CHRISTIAN, IV SPECIAL ASST, 

KATZ, NAOINE HARRIET CLERK, TO APRIL 30 

KIRSCHBAUM, THOMAS A CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 

M^GEE, MA'JY ELLEN CLERK, FROM JUNF 1 

MONK, BARBARA B SECRETARY, 

MURPHY, LUCILLE E SECRETARY, 

OTSFA, MARION E DIST. RFP., 

ROACH, CAROLYN A PERSONAL SECTY, 

RUSSELL, MARY SECRETARY, 

SAHL9ERG, LINOA J RECEPTIONIST, TO FEB. 29 AND SECTY, 

FROM MARCH 1 TO MAY 31 

SCHILLING, LUCINDA S CASE WORKER, 

STRATTON, LISA B SECRETARY, 

THOMPSON, WILLIAM KING CIERK, FROM JUNE 1 

WRIGHT, OONNA G CLERK, 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD W. MALLAPY 

ACERO, LORRAINE SAUTER SECTY, FROM JUNE 1 

RENEDINT, LORRAINE F PERSONAL SECY, FROM JAN. 8 

BLOOOWORTH, REBECCA SECRETARY, FROM JAN. 20 

CUMMINGS, NANCY H LIBRARY ASST, FROM MARCH 7 TO MAY 31 

DUDLEY, THEODORE BUTLER CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 ... 

ERHART, SUSAN COOKE LEGISLATIVE SECY, FROM MAY 22 

ERRECART, JOYCE H SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 7 

HARWOOD, BRIAN CHARLES ADM AIDE, FROM JAN. 8 TO JAN. 31 AND 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASST, FROM FE". 1 .... 

MOOLY, ILONA M SEC^Y, FROM JUNE 1 

MORGAN, FRANK E, II DIST ASST, FROM JUNE I 

PAGE, PATTl RUTH LEGISLATIVE SECTY, FROM JUNE 1 

PARTRIDGE, BENJAMIN, III EXEC ASST, FROM JAN. 7 

RICHARDS, PENELOPE LEGIS SECTY, FROM FEB. 7 

RIEHLE, THEODORE M SPECIAL ASST, FROM JAN. 8 

RUSSO, WILLIAM A RESEARCH ANALYST, FROM FEB. 1 TO MAY 

31 

SCHWAB, FMILY D STAFF ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 31 .. 

SCHWARTZ, MARGARET SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 TO MAY 31 .... 

TUDHOPE, JANE E SECRETARY, FROM FEB. I 

WINGATE, JOAN S SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 . 



$300.00 

9,103.98 

73.33 

3,206.52 

5,090.40 

5,250.00 

878.34 

9,103.98 

916.67 

722.22 

8,080.98 

6,270.65 

6,857.52 



4,249.98 
750.00 
9,729.18 
1,000.00 
3,433.35 
1,000.00 
1,000.00 
4,025.16 
1,133.34 
6,666.68 
2,266.68 
1,000.00 
566.67 
5,166.66 
4,750.02 
4,166.66 
4,099.98 
3,941.68 

3,300.01 
3,958.34 
3,525.00 
750.00 
3,075.00 



125.00 

7,208.33 

3,300.28 

485.32 

300.00 

450.67 

3,050.00 

10,872.20 

350.00 

433.33 

335.83 

9,666.69 

3,925.00 

9,611.13 

3,600.00 
2,333.34 
1,200.00 
2,791.67 
358.33 



OFFICE OF HON. JAMES R. MANN 



BOYCE, SHELBY H 
BROWN, LARRY 
BRYSON, WILLIAM J 
DAVIS, WILLIAM F 
FREEMAN, MICHAEL B 
GAMSTON, LANCFE JO 
HYNES, MARIA LUISA 



CLERK, 2,764.02 

CLFRK, 1,800.00 

FIELD RFP., 11,744.52 

LEGIS ASST, 8,112.50 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 11 200.00 

CLERK, 4,366.60 

CLFRK, FROM FEB. 1 1,966.68 



81 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFrCe HF HHN. JAMFS R. MANN - CDNITINUED 

MCKEOWN, SAMUEL R FIFLH RFP, tl2,600.A«l 

NFEF, JULTA M SF<"TY, FROM MAY 15 1,277.77 

PICKENS, JOVCF K SFCRFTAPY, 4,478.0? 

SATTFRFIELO, RETTY W CLERK, 1,000.02 

SCHnFN, BFMJAMIN P SPECIAL ASST, FRHM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 300.00 

SEELFY, ELIZABETH A OFFICE MGR . , 9,563.52 

SMITH, VIVIAN H CLERK, 1,800.00 

THOMASON, JOHN LEONARD CLERK, TO MAY 31 1,0P4.45 

THOMOSON, DALE E SPECIAL ASST, FROM FEB. 1 3,733.35 

THRFATT, JANE R CLEPK, TO JAN. 31 400.00 

TOnn, ANN G4RLINGT0N CLERK, 4,53<?.10 

HALOROP, JAMES M SPEECH WRITER, TO MAY 14 3,126.67 

WHAM, DAVID B SPECIAL ASST, TO JAN. 31 685.92 

OFFICE OF HON. DAVE MARTIN 

BRAYTON, ROBERT 12,364.74 

HAPNISH, RENO L, III CLERK, 2,000.00 

HFLFRICH, LANA R RECEPTIONIST, FROM MAY 15 1,022.23 

HORNBACHER, JOSEPHINE SECRETARY, 5,333.32 

JACO^SEN, JOHN C CLERK, FROM MAY 29 469.33 

JARRATT, MARY C PERSONAL SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 22 TO 

APRIL 30 3,066.66 

MAYER, ALKE H SECTY, 5,666.66 

MOUNTFORO, WILIIAM E 2,402.40 

OOGAARD, JOHN E 11,574.14 

POLLY, JUDY T 3,437.60 

SAYLFR, "ARILYN J TO MARCH 15 3,313.75 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT B. (BOB) MATHIAS 

AVEPY, CHRISTOPHER L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

BFNEDFTTI, MARY JO RECEPTIONIST, 3,150.00 

CROFT, LUCY L LFGIS ASST, 4,477.98 

HOUSER, LAURETTA M DIST SECRETARY, 5,275.02 

JENNINGS, RHBERT F DIST REP, 12, 554. "^2 

LAKE, JAMES H ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

MALOTT, RUTH ANN OFFICE MGR, 8,267.40 

MCCALL, PAULFTTE MAY CASE WORKER, 3,692.52 

MOORE, DOROTHY S DIST SECRETARY, 5,327.52 

PARKER, DENNIS ALLEN PRESS SECRETARY, 9,758.52 

RECCE, SUSAN ELIZABETH SECTY, 3,692.52 

ROSENBERRY, JANET E SECRETARY, 3,150.00 

OFFICE OF HON. DAWSON MATHIS 

BALLFNGER, DOROTHY SECRETARY, 6,910.26 

DUNLAP, SANDRA FAYE SFCRETAPY-RECEPT lONI ST , FROM APRIL 1 . 2,000.01 

GAY, NORMAN F DIST AID^ TQ DIST COORD, 7,999.98 

HOLLAND, WILEY J, JR LEGISLATIVE ASST, FROM APRIL 1 5,700.00 

OSCOTT, DOROTHY H SEC-CLK TO ASST DIS COOP, 3,300.00 

PERRY, BONNIE PATRICIA TYPIST-CLERK, TO MARCH 31 2,241.87 

PICKLE, EARL F DISTRICT CLERK, 1,800.00 

ROLLINS, LEXINE SECRETARY, 6,910.26 

TERRY, BFBE 8 SECRETARY, 6,910.26 

WATTS, GEORGE B LEGIS ASST, 12,396.24 

Oi^FICF OF HON. SPARK M. MATSUNAGA 

ALVARQ, LAURIE LEI K STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 31 500.00 

A^O, OOLORINNE K Y N STAFF ASST, FROM FEB. 1 2,800.00 

BUTO, ANN A STAFF ASST, 2,700.00 

BYSTROM, FREDERICK C CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 15 ... 160.00 

HENDERSON, ELMA C 6,250.02 

HOWARD, EDWARD F 6,875.82 

INAGAKI, HIOEKO STAFF ASST, 3,03B.52 

K4RP, GLADYS MARIF STAFF ASST, 4,180.00 

KUWAYAMA, FIIMIKO ASST ADMIN AIDE, TO JAN. 31 AND STAFF 

ASST, FROM MARCH 1 3,133.32 

MATANO, CHERRY R ADM ASST, 9,908.71 

MATSUNAGA, ANDREW T DIST DIRECTOR, 6,250.02 



82 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HHN. SPARK M. MA T SU'^J'^r, A - CPNTINUFr) 

MIYASAKIt G^ACF S PFf^ONAL SFrRETARV, t4,7';0.02 

MOLINA, MATILDA M STAFF ASST, ^.O'iO.OO 

MURRAY, LEF P STAFF ASST, FROM JUNF 1 358.33 

MAHM, OAVin S STAFF EXFCIITIVF, 15,000.00 

PAULSON, LYN D STAFF ASST, FROM FFB. 1 TO FEB. 29 ... 600.00 

WATSON, DAVin W STAFF ASST, 1,500.00 

YAMASAKI, ELAINE M HIST SECRETARY, 5,350.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WILFY MAYNF 

ALLFN, STEVFN S lEGIS ASST, FROM MARCH 1 ?,''33.32 

RASS, JOYCE E SECRETARY, 3,4?4.08 

BRABEC, MILO FIELO RFPRFSFNT AT I VE 9,974.98 

CALOWELL, ELIZABETH B RECEPTIONIST, FROM JUNE 26 72.22 

DREFS7EN, ELVIE AGRICULTURE ASST, FROM FFB. 1 5,000.00 

DYKHOUSE, DOROTHY J SECRETARY, 7,500.00 

KNAPP, ROGER C LEGIS. ASST., TO MARCH 12 3,059.40 

LODA, SUSAN VAONEY RECEPTIONIST, FROM JAN. 27 TO JUNE 21 2t416.67 

MARTIN, JANA M CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 150.00 

M>=ALIFF, TERRY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

PAVLIK, GEORGE A 10,450.02 

RUTKOFF, F MARICE SECRETARY, TO JAM. 21 361.67 

SULLIVAN, DONALD D ADM ASST, 10,549.98 

WALTER, WILIIAM REAGAN CLERK, FROM AP" IL 1 TO APRIL 30 1,250.00 

WEIR, JESSIF MEANS 3,241.65 

OFFICE OF HON. ROMANO L. MAZ70LT 

BAUGHMAN, ROBERT J ADM ASST, 10,624.02 

BYPNP, MAURICE A STAFF ^SST, FROM MAPCH 1 600.00 

CARVER, MARJORIE C TYPIST, FROM MAY 5 TO JUNE 5 AND FROM 

JUNE 16 766.66 

CUMMINS, JOHN RAYMOND LEGIS AIDE, TO JAN. 31 AND STAFF ASST, 

FROM JUNF 6 530.56 

DADDARIO, OLIVE J EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 7,210.02 

DONNELLON, C'THERINF M SECRFTAPY, 4,397.90 

GAGLIARDI, VICTORIA A SECRETARY 2,637.48 

HOOPER, M DALE STAFF ASST, 8,239.98 

IRVIN, JESSIF S DIST OFFICE REP, 1,800.00 

KILROY, JOHN L, JR DISTRICT PEP, TO FEB. 29 AND FROM 

APRIL 1 2,650.00 

KTRSCHTFN, JOSEPH STAFF AS<:T, 9,583.32 

LITTLE, JANF SECRFTAPY, TO JUNE 9 3,639.35 

LYLFS, GWFNOnWLYN L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNF 5 .... 260.00 

MATTINGLY, CHARLES B DT'^TRICT pFP, 3,100.02 

NIELSEN, FLOISE G STAFF ASST, 5,922.48 

NOEL, CECIL H DIST OFFICE REP, 8,107.93 

PETERS, MARGARET F SFCTY, 3,645.32 

PPFSSMA, STUART I STAFF AIDE, FROM MAY 15 230.00 

OFFICE OF HON. LLOYD MEEDS 

CLEMENT, ALFRED W STAFF ASST, PROM FEB. 1 4,000.00 

HOUSER, MARK, JR LEGIS ASST, 7,596.00 

MARTINF7, MARY M FXFC. SECRETARY, 5,749.50 

MAYER, MARTHA E RECEPTIONIST, 4,905.48 

MERRILL, FREDERICK, JR ASSISTANT, TO J|iMF 14 4,191.13 

MOONEY, PATRICIA S DIST. SECRETARY, 3,955.98 

"ETERSEN, BARBARA A SECRETARY, 3,165.00 

PONDER, STEPHEN E STAFF ASST, 7,120.98 

PPI^E, JAMES S 11,522.52 

ROGERS, INGRID A SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, PROM JUNE 1 .... 801.08 

SAARI, LEONARD W ADM ASST, 12,488.25 

SANDER, STEPHEN D RESEARCH ASST, 6,593.52 

WHITTAKER, JOHN A, IV STAFF ASST, FROM JUNF 16 183.00 

WPl'-.HT, GERTRUDE L CASE WORKER, 5,591.52 



83 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OPFICE OF HON. JOHN MFLCHER 

ASBILL, M4RY&NN M CLERK TYTST, TO FEB. ?9 AND 

RESEARCHER, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 . $1, 575.00 

BACON, CAROLE M SECTY, FROM JUNE ?3 163.33 

BALLARD, DORIS C SECRETARY, 4,549.98 

BOLAND, JOHN F FIFLD RFP, 1,440.00 

BOYLAN, VIRGINIA W RESEARCH ASST, 6,400.02 

CFROVSKI, BETTY f7 FIELD PEP, 1,650.00 

GIBSON, DOROTHY L CLERK, 3,165.00 

HOTTINGER, JOHN C RESEARCH ASST, 3,000.00 

HUNT, ROBERT A LEGIS ASST, FROM FEB. 18 6,213.88 

LEITCH, LINDA LEE CLERK-TYPIST, TO FEB. 23 883.33 

MCCORMICK, MARCIA C CLERK-tyPI ST, 3,600.00 

MCNEILL, BETTY LOU CLERK-TYPIST, FROM FEB. 74 TO FEB. 29 

AND SECTY, FROM MARCH 1 3,000.00 

RIECKMANN, CARL H PRESS ASST, TO MARCH 31 AND RESEARCH 

e LEGIS ASST, FROM APRIL 1 6,450.00 

SCHRAUONER, LEANNE M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 19 ... 120.00 

SCHULENBERG, JAMES F FIELD MAN, TO MARCH 31 AND FIELD REP, 

FROM APRIL 1 7,825.02 

STONG, BENTON J ADM ASST, 10,050.00 

THOMPSON, BETTY M SECRETARY, TO MARCH 31 AND 

SECRETARY-RESFARCH, FROM APRIL 1 3,925.02 

TRUNKLE, HELEN E SECRFTAPY, TO FEB. 17 913.88 

VOLSKY, JANINE OFFICE MANAGER, 6,300.00 

OFFICE OF HON. RALPH H. METCALFE 

ALFORD, PATRICIA G PRESS AIOF, 4,399.98 

BATIE, CAROLYN MARIE FILE CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 

AND FROM APRIL 5 2,094.46 

BLAKENEY, JEAN C RECEDT lONI ST-SECTY , 4,249.98 

B-'.nWN, RICHARD A SPECIAL ASST, FPOM FEB. 1 TO MARCH 31 2,000.00 

CLAYTON, ROBFRT LLOYD CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

CONLON, HELEN M ASSISTANT, FPOM MARCH 1 .» 3,200.00 

CONROY, COLFMAN J ADM ASST, 7,999.98 

fULHANE, MARGARET M RESEARCH ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 

30 1,000.00 

GAINES, WILBUR L, JR EXEC DIRECTOR, FROM MARCH 1 5,000.00 

GROSSMAN, CATHY LYNN RESEARCH ASST, FROM MARCH 1 2,900.00 

LETT, FRANKLIN T, JR EXEC DIRECTOP, TO FEB. 29 2,583.34 

LEWIS, CLFOMINF B LEGIS ASST, TO JAN. 31 1,292.87 

MILES, DOROTHY M CL E^K- STENQGR APHFR , 2,650.02 

OWENS, ANNA L CLERK, 4,500.0C 

"ICOU, THOMAS STAFF ASS'T, 2,500.02 

RUTMAN, CHERYL E ("LFRK, TO MAY 31 3,416.65 

RAUTENBERG, STEVEN A STAFF ASST, TQ FEB. 29 1,500.00 

RAY, JOSEPH F, JR LEGIS ASST, 6,000.00 

SMITH, CLARENCE, SR CLERK, 4,800.00 

WALL, FREDERICK P STAFF ASST, 2,500.02 

WILLIAMS, NORMA SECRETARY, 7,757.22 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT H. MICHEL 

ADAMS, STEPHEN T LEGIS ASST, 10,000.02 

ANDFRSON, JACK 1,750.02 

CARLIN, FVALENA G DIST SECRETARY, 5,500.02 

CHAMBERLAIN, CHRISTINE C CLERK, FRO" JUNE 1 500.00 

COULSON, URSULA E M SECRETARY, °, 000. 00 

JAMES, RUSSELL L FIEID REP., 13,750.02 

MEINEN, BARBARA ANN SECRETARY, 4,416.67 

PERISHO, RUSSELL L CLERK, FROM MAY 16 625.01 

"FORY, JULIE M SECRETARY, 3,416.68 

PETERSEN, SVEND RESEARCHER, FPOM FEB. 1 TO MAY 31 .... 2,233.32 

SIMPSON, OLGA V CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MAY 15 1,104.17 

VINOVICH, RAL^H 13,999.98 

YARD, SHARON G EXEC SECRETARY, 9,499.98 



84 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. ABNFR J. MTKVA 



aOiMS, KFMNPTH L 
"iRQOW, MATTTE H 
n^VI';, LEON 
ERMGYAN, EUGENIE 
GILBERT, RSRA A 
GRATSIAS, ZOE 
JOHNSON, JEAN 
KENNEDY, DAVIO P 
MARCO, JOHN M 
NORALS, nOROTHY J 
ROE^S, CHRISTINE 

SIMONS, KIM ALAN 
TOLBERT, MARY J 
WILLIAMSON, BRADY, JR 
WRIGHT, ALICE C 



OFFICE OF HON. CLARENCE E. 

aERFNS, RANOALL 
BROWN, DAVID 
COOPER, MILDRED M 
COTTON, KATHPYN F 
OEGROOT, PATRICIA M 
DORAN, TIMOTHY NEIL 
HANrOCK, NANCY M 
HARMONY, SALLY J 
HARRINGTON, MAUREEN K 
HFRLONG, BETTY 
OOWERS, JUDITH L 
RADEBAUGH, MFLCHA T 
REINTSEMA, ROBERT A 
ROOSA, MEREDITH ANN 
STEWART, MAE N 
STR4W, PHILIP KEITH 
SWANSON, M ANNE 
TODD, ARTHUR WAYNE 
WILCOX, DOROTHY S 
ZFPH, BARBARA K 



LEGTS ASST 

AIDE, TO JAN. 11 

EXEC ASST, TO APRIL 3P 

ADMIN ASST, 

CONGRESSIONAL AIDE, 

EXFC ASST 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .. 
EXEC ASST, 

EXECUTIVE ASST, TO FFB. 29 AND FROM 

MAY 1 

EXEC ASST, <=RnM APOIL 1 

AIDE, 

PRFSS AIDE,- 

EXECUTIVE ASST, 

MILLER 

RESEARCH ASST, TO MAY 12 

LEGIS ASST, 

DIST SECY, TO MARCH 1<V 

SErRETARY, 

SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 10 

DISTRICT FIELD REP, FROM APRIL 10 .. 

RECEPTIONIST, TO MARCH 31 

SECRETARY, TO MARCH 18 

CASE WORKER, 

SECY, TO JUNE 2A 

DISTRICT SECTY, FROM APRIL 1 

SECRETARY, 

ADMIN ASST, 

SECRETARY, 

RECEPTIONIST, FROM APRIL 3 

RESEARCH ANALYST, 

SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1<3 TO JUNE IB .. 

SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 TO APRIL 7 .. 
LEGIS SECTY, 



SB, 863.33 

266.60 

6,045.8^ 

14,467.77 
3,499.98 
6,068.77 
4,624.98 
300.00 
7,350.39 
4,050.00 

2,400.00 
1,250.01 
3,499.98 
9,487.50 
5,125.02 



624.00 
6,490.02 
1, 110.00 
4,156.25 
1,912.49 
2,227.50 
1,575.00 
2,162.34 
4,000.02 
3,733.35 
1,748.34 
2,017.66 
12,903.27 
3, 150.00 
1,933.33 
5,549.98 
640.20 
9,454.98 
1,272.50 
4,249.98 



OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE P. MILLER 

BENTON, GARNETTF S CLERK, TO MAY 31 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

JUNP 1 

BOOMLFY, JACQUELINE C CLERK, , 

COON, BELLE C CLERK, , 

OOYLF, JOHN ADM ASST, 

DREWRY, JUDITH H CLERK, 

•GUTHRTE, YVONNE K CLERK, 

LARSON, KENNETH THOMAS CLERK, TO MAY 31 AND FIELD REP, FROM 

JUNE 1 

LEWIS, CATHERINE A CLERK, 

MILLER, ESTHER P <"LERK, TO MAY 31 AND SECTY, FROM JUNF 

I 

REEO, LFNA T SECRETARY, 

WISNTEWSKI, EUGENIA CLE^K, 

OFFICE OF HON. WILBUR D. MILLS 

BULLOrK, RETTY C STAFF ASST, FROM FFB. 1 

BURNS, ALICE ANN STAFF ASST, TO MARCH 10 

GOSLIN, BEVERLY JAN STAFF ASST 

GHSS, OSCAR E ADMIN ASST, 

HOLT, LYDA STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 5 

IRELAND, JANICE MARIE PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

JOHNSON, JOE P STAFF ASST, FROM FFB. 1 TO MARCH 17 .. 

JOHNSON, MARK D STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

KUBAT, J MTCHAEL STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

MCDOUGAL, DOLORFS W STAFF ASST, 

MCGUIRF, LINDA N STAFF ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 15 ... 

STEVENS, AVINELL W STAFF ASST, 

TYLER, WILLIAM D STAFF ASST, 

W=BB, nOTT STAFF ASST, 



7, 199.57 
7,089.48 
840.00 
6,857.52 
2,563.50 
7,089.48 

6,833.33 

1,080.00 

9,151.07 
7,089.48 
7,089.48 



4,166.65 

1,723.17 

4,431.00 

14,327.93 

639.89 

9,645.00 

3,263.88 

563.92 

563.92 

4,431.00 

1 ,069.49 

5,275.02 

5,275.02 

9,389.52 



85 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

DFFICF OF HON. WILLIAM 0. MILLS 



CflPROLLt H4RRIFT S SFCFTiRY, FROM FEB. 16 

FRENCH, DIANE R CASE WORKER, 

GLOVFR, JAMES E ADM ASST, TO JAN. 31 

HURLEY, HYLA H 

INT^MANN, HFRM4N)N K ADMIM ASST, FROM FEB. IC TO MAY 15 ... 

MCPHERSON, VIVIAN L 

MEREDITH, TIMOTHY ELMER rONGRES SI ONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 .... 

MONTGOMFRY, HENRY W PRESS AIDE, TO JAN. 31 

MOSKOWITZ, SHARON L RECEPTIONIST, 

MIJNSON, ANNE <" 

NFWCOMR, GAIL LEONARD SECTY 

RUE, JOHN W FROM FEB. 23 

SHERIDAN, JDLIANN SECRETARY, TO FFR. 16 

SOMFRS, SUSAN SECTY, 

STOFFEL, CHARLES R PRESS SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 

31 

SULTENFUSS, LINDA CLERK, FROM JUNE 10 

TOWFRS, CLAIRF L SECRETARY, 

WA^FRS, ROBERT F FROM MAY 1 

WEBSTER, JAMES L TO JAN. 31 

WHEAL^ON, ROSS LAMON^E AOMIN ASST, FROM APRIL 24 

WITT, ROBERT W CLERK, FROM APRIL 10 TO JUNE 15 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH G. MINISH 

HOGAN, RALPH J EXEC ASSISTANT, 

JSC0B50N, MONICA R ASST SECTY, FROM JUNF 1 

KFSSLER, NANCY JEAN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNF 15 ... 

KOREJWO, IDA L ASSISTANT SECRETARY, 

LOFTUS, ROBERT E LEGIS ASST, 

MAITIIN, LYNN ASST SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 AND 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM FEB. 1 

PQLLARO, M4RCIA H SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 AND ASST 

SFCRFTARY, FROM FEB. 1 

PRIDE, LILLIAN VIRGINIA CLERK-TYPIST, 

PUZO, JOSEPH EXFC ASSISTANT, 

STACK, MARGARET A EXEC SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 

SULLIVAN, MARGARET M ADM ASST, 

TRINDEL, REBECCA ANN ASST SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 AND 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM FEB. 1 

WILLIAMS, HFLEN C CLERK-TYPIST, FROM MAY 15 

OFFICE OF HON. PATSY T. MINK 

AKAHQSHI, DAISY ' SECRETARY, 

DION, BRIAN PAUL LEGIS ASST, 

HIGAKI, JEAN A LEGIS AIDE, TO FEB. 29 

JAVINAR, ELENA M CLERK TYPIST, TO APRIL 30 AND SECTY, 

FROM MAY 1 

JOHNSON, OSCAR M ADMIN ASST, 

LEWIS, HFLEM FLSABETH PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

MIYAZAKI, DIANE H CLFRK TYPIST, TO JAN. 31 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 

MIIRAYAMA, ALICE Y SFCETARY, 

NAKANISHI, RALPH T ADM ASST (DISTI, 

NOSBISCH, PAUL L LEGIS AIDE, FROM JUNE 1 

ROWE, KATHLEEN B SECTY, 

SASAKI, JOANNE I CLERK-TYPIST, FROM FEB. 1 

SEIKI, RUSSELL RAY ASST OFFICE MGR , 

SERA, LLOYD H LEGIS AIDE, FROM MARCH 1 TO MAY 31 ... 

SHIMI7U, GEORGE LEGIS AIDE, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

TANAKA, LENA T SECRETARY, 

TRASK, ARTHUR K, JR CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 16 ... 

UESATO, PHILIP S LEGIS ASST, '. 

WATANA8E, SALLY S PRESS ASST, 

YOSHII, MIN'^RU LEGIS AIDE, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 . 



tl, 850.62 
A, 864. 16 
1,758.33 
6,330.00 
4,752.64 
5,635.80 

260.00 
1,318.75 
3,759.18 
6,013.';0 
4,009.02 
8, 177.79 

633.59 
3,059.52 

1,000.00 
763.00 
4,009.02 
3,288.00 
1,758.33 
2,512.50 
2,475.00 



2,097.93 

533.33 

160.00 

5,305.38 

7,480.11 

3,398.97 

4,567.67 
3,398.97 
3,025.11 

7,458.21 
15,165.32 

3,496.63 
830.56 



5,649.98 
4,416.67 
1,040.33 

3,291.67 

12,966.65 

5,649.98 

3,416.65 
5,166.66 
7,999.98 

900.00 
3,583.32 
2,250.00 
4,500.00 
1,298.66 

400.00 
5, 165.32 

150.00 
3,499.98 
4,750.00 
1,300.00 



86 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30. 1972-Continued 



OFPICF OF HON. WILLIAM F. MI NSHALL 



rnnM«E, patpicia j 

GR4CF, HERRA ANN 
MASSING, "lA^Y J 
MAHONFV, MAPTHA L 
MTNNERY, GFRALO M 
MOYNIHAN, ALLAN J, III 
NOVARIO, LOUIS N 
OCONNOR, DATPICIA J 
OUATTLFBAUM, JUDITH H 
PUSH, JUOITH J 
SCHNEIDER, SALLY A 
SCHON, SUSAN G 
SfANGLER, BARRY L 

WATERS, FLI7ARFTH A 



$13,212.00 

1^,720.00 

CLERK, FROM APRIL 17 1,110.00 

CLERK, 4,f.34.00 

CLERK, 4,824.00 

TO FER. 2° 2,830.00 

STAFc AIDE, FROM MARCH 1 3,700.00 

2,8 74.00 

CLERK, 4,290.00 

3,180.00 

14,720.00 

S, 2 02. 00 

CLERK, FROM APPR 13 TO APRIL 30 225.00 

CLERK, AND CCNGPFS S I ON AL INTFRN, FROM 

JUNE 1 2,100.00 

SFCTY, FPHM JUNE 15 289.60 



OFFICE OF HON. DARREN J. MITCHELL 



BROWN, SELMA CARTER 
COOPFR, SKYLER G 
CRAIG, JACQUELINE W 
DUTCH, THERESA C 
FLEMING, BEVERLEY B 
FREELAND, JOYCE L 
GOINES, THOMAS K 
HOUSTON, GFPALDINF 

MCCAFFREY, P'TPITK J 
MINOR, GEORGE M 
PUGH, CLIFFORD J 
R ICH, EVA MAE 
ROBINSON, JOHN C 

POWF, WIILMM A 
SrOTT, BARBARA E 



SISSMAN, MARK 
WEINFO, BARBARA ( 
WICKHAM, DEWAYNF 



STAFF ASST (CASEWORK), 

STAFF ASST (CASEWORK), 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 31 

DISTRICT OFFICE MANAGER, 

CLERK-TYPIST, TO FEB. 2° 

STAFF ASST (CASFWOOK), 

LEGIS AIDE, 

EXEC SFCTY / OFFICE MGP, TO MARCH 31 
NNP SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 

PRESS as^T, 

ADMIN ASST 

LFGIS ASST, 

CLERK-TYPIST, 

RESEARCH ASST, TO MARCH 31 AND 

RFSEAPCH AlOF, FROM APRIL 1 

FILE CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

SENIOR-CLERK STENOGRAPHER, FROM MARCH 
1 TO MARCH 31 AND CLFPK-T YP I ST , FROM 

APRIL 1 

STAFF ASST (CASEWORK), 

LEGIS AIDE, 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, EPOM JUNE 1 .... 



4,346.71 
5,718.00 
1, 100.00 
6,808.77 
750.00 
4,999.98 
4,623.75 

6,967.02 
2,616.00 
12,499.98 
6,250.0? 
2,466.00 

4,700.01 
350.00 



1,924.07 

5,445.72 

4,249.98 

300.00 



0!=FICE OF HON. WILMER MIZFLL 



BEABOUT, WII MA JANET 
BOONE, BARBARA JEAN 
BURROW, JAMES RAY 
BUTLER, PATRICK HAROLD 
DELAPP, MYRA JEAN 
ELLIS, DEBnPAH A 
EVANS, STFVFN L 
JENSEN, DOROTHY M 
MAY, VIRGINIA LUCILLE 
MCMULLEN, ELIZABETH 
oHILL!°S, WTLLARD L, JR 

R rCHARDS, SUSAN ANN 
RICHAODSOM, SCOTT H 
SfULL, SUSANNF E 
SHEAR, LAVONDA S 
SHEAR, VERA 

SMITH, DAVID CLARK, JR 
SMITH, NANCY CARROLL 
STUMP, OFA EDWIN, III 



CLE°K, 6,000.00 

CLERK, TO MAY 12 2,786.65 

CLERK, 8,057.22 

CLERK, 7,866.68 

CLERK, TO JAN. 31 100.00 

CLERK, TO JAN. ^I 100.00 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 1,155.00 

CLERK, TO FFB. 7 AND EPOM MARCH 6 .... 2,394.00 

CLERK, 3,983.52 

CLERK, 3,412.50 

ADM ASST, TO FEB. 2° AND CLERK, FROM 

"APCH 1 14,135.22 

CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 Tp APRIL 30 200.00 

CLPPK, 3,400.00 

CLERK, FROM MAPCH 1 TO MARCH 31 =^00. 00 

CLERK, 7,166.66 

CLERK, TO MAY ^1 AND FROM JUNF 5 3,700.02 

CONGRESSIONAL INTFRN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

CLERK, 5,389.20 

CLERK, 4,200.00 



OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT H. MOLLOHAN 



ANDERSON, JANE K 
BROWN, SYLVIA H 
BUTCHER, ROBERT TERRY 
CLARK, NELLIE V 
DAVOLI, GLORIA VICTOR 
DOCKEN, KATHY K 
DUNCAN, JOHN 



CLERK, FROM JUNF 1 600.00 

CLERK, FROM FER. 1 3, '^41.65 

CLERK, TO JAN. 31 575.00 

CLERK, TO JAN. 31 510.00 

CLERK, 3,600.00 

CLF^K, 3,232.50 

CLERK, 6,000.00 



87 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

T=FICE OF HPN. Rnc(FRT H. MnLLOHAN - fnMTP'UEn 

FaCFf^rPF, ja'^F^ M TLERK, FRpw FFR. I TO MAPCH ?1 *700.nn 

FArF^lTPC, MARr,4RE-T K CIFPK, FROM MARCH 1 2,100.00 

FRA7_IFR, JANFT H CLERK, FRpw APr>n 14 1,A11.')7 

INGRAM, C LnilTSF "5,975.01 

KLFTN, RT'FRT R CLFRK, FROM mApch 1 7,983.32 

LESTER, KFNMFTH Q CLFRK, TO MARCH '^ 4,0R0.'55 

MDNCY, PATRICIA R CLERK, 7,950.00 

MIJNSEV, FRANCES J CLERK, TO JAM. 31 1,6C0.00 

NICHOLSOM, EDITH L CLFRK, 6,499.98 

NUZUM, MFLI'^SA F CLFRK, TO FEB. 13 943.61 

ROLLAMO, PriNALD LEE CLERK, FROM MAY 1 BOO. 00 

SCHNEIDER, THERESA CLFRK, FROM FEB. 3 3,233.33 

SHANNON, KAREN M CLERK, 4,749.99 

SNOOGRASS, KATHY A CLERK, 5,599.98 

SUDOW, ELLi^N L RESEARCH ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 

31 1,000.00 

TRONIC, GlEMIS A CLERK, FRO" FEB. 1 TO MARCH 31 1,000.00 

OFFICE nf HON. JOHN S. MON«GAN 

qOHAN, MARGARET M 3,586.98 

BUTLER, GFOPGE H IFGTS ASST, 5,758.34 

CAMOTON, FriMiIND M FIELD PFP, 3,586.98 

CARLSON, JOHN A P^cjs ASST, TO APRIL 30 4,853.00 

CTFFLLI, JAMES CLERK, FROM JtINF 1 250.00 

CLARK, TERPr-NCF G CL^^RK, FROM JUNE I 25C.00 

DONAHUE, JOSEPH P ADMIN ASST, 15,300.00 

ELDER, LAURA F EXEC SFCPFTAPV, 6,831.12 

FITZPATRICK, NED CLFRK, FROM JUNE 1 250.00 

GRICKIS, HELFN A SECRETARY, 5,670.60 

INGFLS, ANNA B SECRFTAPY, 4,573.44 

KEATING, JANF E SE'"PFTARY, "=^,960.76 

MCGRATH, ANN M 4,747.'50 

MOORE, EDWIN J T, JR CONGRESSIONAL INTCRN, FROM JUNF 1? ... 190.00 

NORTON, BETSEY S SECTy, FROM FEB. 15 TO MARCH 20 999.99 

SACHS, TERRY L CLERK, 1,318.74 

STAHR, JOHN T LEGIS AS^T 5,082.50 

TARGFTT, PKHARD M, JR SPECIAL ASST, FROM MAY 1 TO MAV 31 ... 1,2=50.00 

TIDMAN, RERFCCA I SECRETARY, F^OM "ARCH 1 2,633.32 

ZAR°OW, AMY LFVY SECTY, TO FEB. 15 857.19 

OFFICE OF HON. G. V. (SONNY) MONTGOMERY 

AINSWORTH, JOHN M C L FR K-DI S TR ICT OFFICE, FROM j/\M, 15 TO 

MAY 31 1,106.67 

AINSWORTH, WILBURN, JR ADM ASST, 14, 300. no 

9URS0N, MARY DOUGLAS STfiPP AS"^T, 5,525."0 

CLEMANDOT, ANDRE, JR STAFF ASSISTANT, 10,850.00 

DECELL, BRISTFR, JP CLFRK, FROM APRIl 10 TO MAY 12 495.00 

FAROELL, MICHAEL STAFF A'^ST, FROM JAN. 20 1,846.37 

GRAY, ANNE M CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 500.00 

GREENE, MABEL MULLINS CLERK, FROM MAY 1 400.00 

GREGORY, PATRICIA M ST^FF ASST, 4,033.35 

GRIFFIN, JFNNY LYNN CLERK-DISTRICT OFFICF, 1,250.00 

HANCHETT, JANE F STAFF ASST, FROM JAN. 5 4,550.00 

LEAKE, FILEN E STAFF ASST, 4,066.68 

NOF, JFANETTF F niST PEP, 5,500.02 

ORR, ANDERSON J, JR CONGRESSIONAL INTFRN, FROM Jur^E 1 .... 300.00 

SHAMBURGFR, CHARLES, JR STAFF ASSISTANT, 4,616.65 

STRINGER, JEAN CLERK-DISTRICT OFFICE, FROM JAN. 15 TO 

MAY 31 906.67 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM S. MOPPHFAO 

BFHREND, CELIA JANF CONGRESSIONAL INTi^RM, FROM JUNE 5 .... 260.00 

BLUETT, FLORENCE V 5,563.50 

BUTLER, A CHRISTINE ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 1 100.00 

BUTLER, PIANF RESEARCH ASST, TO MAY 31 500.00 

CAPTpP, DAVIS B FROM MARCH 1 2,598.29 

COHEN, MOLLIE D ADM ASST, 12,067.14 

HFCHTMAN, LINDA 6,593.76 

JOHNSON, CHPISTINF A EPOM MAY 15 894.44 



88 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



GFPICF OF HON. WILLIAM S. MOPRHEAD - CONTIMUEO 

KIFR, MADALENF 

KRONFFLO, LFOPGLH J 

MALONI, WILI lAM R SPECIAL ASST, 

OTFY, LA VERNF L 

POMDER. CAROL J SECRETARY, TO APRIL 30 

SHORE, NATHANIEL ASST - HIST., 

SOnOEK, SUSAN H FROM MAY 6 

VERDUCI, ALEXANDER C TO JUNF 2-^ 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS E. MORGAN 

■lAUMGARTNEP, PEGGY R CLERK, 

BOYO, THOMAS H 

FlIRIN, THERESA A 

KING, GERTRUDE 

MORGAN, JOHN R CLERK, 

SAHAOY, GEORGE CLERK, 

SERRINO, ANTHONY F CLERK, 

SMITH, SUSAN FLEANOR , 

WEINER, JOHN H SOM ASST, '. , 

YESH, CONSTANCE LEE 

OFFICE OF HON. F. RRAOFORO MORSE 

AMES, PATRICIA STAFF ASST, 

BORHRY, PIERRE B OFFICE TRAINEE, FROM FEB. 1 TO MARCH 

31 

EBFRT, JOAN M SPECIAL ASST, 

ENGLESBFRG, JUDITH LFGIS ASST, 

FARRFLL, ALICE E DISTRICT OFFICE MGR, 

FLYNN, ARTHUR ADMIN AIDE DIST AFFAIRS, 

GIARRUSSO, HELEN DISTRICT OFFICE MGR, 

HOWARD, MARY J EXEC ASST, 

MCCARTHY, DAVID F SPECIAL ASST, TO JAN. 31 

MCINFRNEY, MARY P PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

ONEILL, MARCIA L STAFF ASST, TO JUNE 23 

PERRON, RONALD SPECIAL ASST, 

RICHARDSON, WILLIAM B SPECIAL ASST, TO FEB. 29 

ROTHFRMEL, TIMOTHY S ADM ASST, TO MAY 8 

THORNTON, PEGGY L crqM MARCH I TO APRIL 30 

WINTHROP, GRANT F SPECIAL ASST, TO APRIL 30 



*4,48A.70 
11,124.24 

10,949.04 
5,618.22 
2,918.84 

12,067.14 

59S.83 

1,160.00 



3,165.00 
1,509.48 
1,994.70 

15,112.50 
3,543.54 
4,028.46 
3,543.54 
5,297.22 

15,289102 
6,525.96 



3,900.00 

1,000.00 
6,349.98 
6,349.98 
6,649.98 
6,250.02 
4,000.02 
8,200.02 
275.00 
6,400.02 
3,460.00 
2, 899.98 
1,500.00 
7,502.21 
1,366.66 
3,166.68 



OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES A. MOSHER 



BILIDAS, BESS 

CASEY, F ROBERTA 
CLAGFTT, PATRICIA D 
COLEMAN, MARIAN JOYCE 
DUDLEY, JANET K 
GOLDMAN, PATRICIA A 

JONES, THAODEUS 
LITMAN, DOROTHY W 
NUTTALL, BETTE J 
PIRAINO, THOMAS A 

PORKOLAB, ALFRED 
RAGON, SUSAN B 
SCHOEN, DOROTHY L 
STMARK, JOSEPH JAMES 
SWAIN, EDITH FRANCES 
THOMAS, ROBERT STEVEN 
WELCH, BETTE B 
WOOD, MILDRED S 



SECRETARY, TO FEB. 29 AND SECTY, FROM 

MARCH 1 7,266.42 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, 9,418.63 

RECEPTIONIST-SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 . 2,000.01 

STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 1 145.83 

INTERN, FROM MAY 22 790.83 

STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 

30 500.00 

AIDE TO DIST REP, 600.00 

DIST REP, 6,523.02 

SECRETARY, TO MARCH 31 2,151.75 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNF 1 AND 

INTERN, PROM JUNF 1 558.33 

DIST ASST, 6,269.94 

SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 20 2,188.33 

SECTY, FROM MARCH 20 TO MAY 18 1,048.88 

LFGIS ASST, 5,670.48 

SECRETARY, 4,814.74 

INTERN, FROM MAY 8 1,074.72 

ADM ASST 13,913.82 

SECRETARY, 5,680.02 



89 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN F. MO^S 

^IIGUSTt TARGL 4NN SEfTY, 

•BENSON, K4THLFEN BARRY SETRETARY, 

CROSSLANO, KEVIM J rnNGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 16 

9UV4L, VALERIE ASSnC LFGIS ASST, 

GOOniN, E0WSR3 J, JR ASSOC LEGIS ASST, 

HINKLE, PAUL OAVID AOM ASST, 

H0B9IF, OLIVIA SECRETARY, 

LAROCHE, PATRICIA M DI ST SECTY, 

MADDEN, RITA F FILE CLERK, 

' PFAFF, BARBARA SECRETARY, 

RATLIFF, VOINA E SECRETARY, 

STICKLOR, BAR'^ARA J SECRETARY, TO FEB. 1? 

STUART, WANDA JUNE SECRETARY, 

TRIVELLI, CARMELA M SECTY, FROM FEB. 13 

WYMORE, A L DI ST RFP, 

nFFICE OF HON. JOHN M. MURPHY 

ALAFOGINIS, ANGELA CLERK, 

BASHORF, BOYH T CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

BFCK, ROBERTA F 

DEMARCO, ANTHONY J, JR COUNSEL, FROM MARCH 1 

OENSON, KATHLEEN T CLERK, 

FITZOATRICK, DOROTHY 

GAETA, ANTHONY R CLERK, 

GIL'^RIOE, GARY G CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 . 

MAGUIRE, JOHN A CLERK, 

MARCIGLIANO, LUCRETIA CLERK, TO MAY 31 

PIERIAN, CARL LEWIS 

PERIAN, JULIA P 

PIPER, JUDITH W CLFPK, 

Sf'ALI, GLORIA CLERK, 

SHARP, LYNN CLERK, 

SORGE, LORRAINE 

STONKUS, VIRGINIA S CLERK, 

TANNENBAUM, BERNARD 

O^^FICP OF HON. MORGAN F. MURPHY 

AGNEW, DONALD W 

BEARD, CORINNF W SECOFTaoY, 

BOGDANOWICZ, KAREN E CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

CALLAHAN, FUGENF G AOM ASST, 

CELMER, CECELIA SECTY, 

DALEY, LORETTA M SECRETARY, 

DUBIN, ALAN S FROM JUNE 1 

FLETCHFR, CYNTHIA A EXEC SECRETARY, 

HIGLEY, MARY LOUISE CLE'K, 

INNISS, JOSEPHINE CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 

MCHALE, ALVINA M LEGIS AS'^T, 

MCHALE, ANTHONY RFSFARCH ASST, 

MININNI, MARGUERITE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNF 1 . 

PEERLESS, EILEEN CASE WORKER, 

PHELAN, BRIAN P PPSEARCH ASST, TO MAY 31 

TRILLA, LINDA M CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN T. MYERS 

AHEARN, CAROLYN SUE PERSONAL SECTY, rq APRII 30 

CONES, CAROLE KAY CLERK, FROM APRIL 10 

CONWAY, PATRICK JOSEPH CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 

DENNING, DANIEL B CLERK, TO FEB. 1« 

DORTON, PHYLLIS ANN CLERK, FROM MAY R 

DURKOTT, JANE SAMUELSON CLERK, 

GALLOWAY, ALICE M ("ASP WORKER, 

HARDMAN, RONALD L LEGIS ASST, TO JAN. 31 AND 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASST, FROM FEB. 1 .. 

HEDGE, CYNTHIA A CLERK INTFRN, FROM JUNE ■= 

HESS, ROBIN LYNN CLERK, TO JAN. 31 

JESSUP, DOROTHY ADM ASST, TO JAN. 31 AND EXECUTIVE 

SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 

LITTLF, DARYL PAY 

MASTEN, DANIEL C CONGPFSSI ONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 , 

MCCAULEY, MARLENE B CLERK, 



tl,002.2^ 

■5,74^.74 

160.00 

6,541.02 

6,';41.02 

l'S,300.00 
6,3B2.74 
5,275.02 
1,899.00 
4,800.24 
6,541.02 
787.74 
3,059.52 
2,606.68 

12,027.00 



3,250.02 
600.00 
1,200.00 
3,199.9g 
4,249.98 
1,200.00 

14,037.66 

300.00 

4,999.98 

2,333.35 

13,125.00 
4,249,98 
4,650.00 
2,300.02 
5,449.98 
1,200.00 
3,199.98 
7,500.00 



2,500.02 
4,999.98 
1,025.00 

13,200.00 

3,000.00 

5,416.68 

400.00 

10,00C.02 
5,250.00 
2,333.32 
5,666.68 
2,833.33 
300.00 
4,958.32 
1,137.50 
583.33 



3,3 
1,6 
1,2 
1,4 
9 
3,6 
4,7 



2 
3 

12,5 

6,1 

2 

4,2 



00,00 
20.00 
00.00 
38.67 
56.95 
92.52 
50.02 

27.48 
60.00 
00.00 

50.00 
51.66 

60.00 
08.32 



90 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESEF^TATrVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICr HP HON. JOHN T. WY?P<; - CDK^INUE!^ 

\0R3ET, NELLIE W CASE WORKER. T2 Si>PIL 10 S3, 334. 73 

"^OU^.E, GEO'fSE 'n=*ERT CLERK, 2.059.15 

=;^WE, ELINI^E HILDSEO C4«;F WOSKEP, 7,a30.C0 

SHWTLLE", S^LLIE J CLE^f, F«DV "AY 4 1,1?7.50 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM H. MATCHER 

C4RVETH, JO<:fpHINF L SECFTARy, Fonw ja»j. 3 Tn AOUIL 30 AND 

CASE WOPKE", F«P« «AY 1 3,B57.2A 

CHIStJELL, MCLINDi ANN TQ M4i>CH 31 1, '525.01 

■o«lU*!««ONn, SHIPLEY H 7,005.0C 

CRSNCIS, ANNE » «:EC0ET4RY» '=RDM JAN. 1"? 3,644.A6 

GE0GHEG4N, JENNIE H 4,201.80 

f^oAY, KARFN onxANNF SEC = ETAOY, Fopw JUNE 15 23?. 93 

NEWTON, VIRGINIA ? 7,702.47 

YATES, LO'JISE A 4,50C.Q0 

9FFICP OF Hn>j. LUCIEN N. •■'EDZI 



3aTrMtL^R, EDWARD A, I 
SErtC, EL^EY "ARIE 
aUIER, HELEN 
BURKE, NANCY JANE 

CICFTTI, PAMELA 
CONLON, RICHARD » 
DDNAHiJE, OAUL MICHAEL 
FLANA';an, MARY E M 
HANLFY, M4RV F 
HHLLI^, ELAINE 
KACZMAREK, ZY^M'JNO R 
KnSI3A, RF«J«TA A 

LJnWIG, GA5RTELE 
Mn\'ORY, GALE ANN 
MOQOE, JEAN GARNETT 
PYR^tOS, JAWES G 
HI'niE"5, ANNE E 



S-^iF"= ASST, '=R0« JUNE 19 173.33 

5,2 50.00 

«;ECRETARY, 2,400.00 

STAFF ASST, TO WAY 31 AND SECTY, FROM 

JUNE 1 3,7<?6.26 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 4,500.00 

STAFP DIRECTOR DGS, 3,499.98 

AOM ASST, 7,999.98 

EXEC SECRETARY, 6,250.02 

STAFF ASST, FROM Aodtl 23 TO JUNE 4 .. 340.00 

SECRETARY, 1,937.5? 

AOM ASST, 5,875.02 

STAFF ASST, TO JUNE 11 AND SECRETARY, 

FROM JUNE 2f 3,312.22 

FROM JUNE 1" 240.00 

STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE q 440.00 

SECRETARY, 4,800.00 

AD" ASST, 15,300.00 

STACF ASST, fprv i^iTL 23 tq JUNE 27 . 1,300.00 



jFFICE GF HON. ANCHER NELSEN 

lia=Rr;, MiY LAURETTA d^oc SEr"rY, 

ADAMS, SALISs^URY M 'ESE4RCH ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

COLRY, VERGIE LEE SECRETARY, 

E.^F^E^G, NANCY RUTH CLERK, FROM JUNE r 

F^STAD, WILLIAM R DISTRICT REP, 

FFNOER, JUDITH A CLERK-STFNO, 

JEHLE, 34~RI'"IA A ""LERK, TO JAN. 31 

JONFS, CATHERINE DEAN CLE"", 

XSEN, EVELYN F PRESS ASST, 

OLSON, DONALD H ADM ASST, 

OARFL, JA«ES DONALD SPECIAL ASST, 

SEG=R"AR<, HOWARD S RESEARCH ASST, 

wntGAMOT, SUSAN C CLFPK-STENO, 

OFFICE OF HON. 3ILL NICHOLS 

CALLAWAY, 3ETTY ALLEN SECTV 

FITE, DAVIO ALLAN =RESS SECTY, 

FOSTER, THOMAS L ADMIN ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 3C 

AND ADM ASST, FRO" MAY 1 

GODHEE, ELIZABETH SECTY, - 

HAND, 303 

MC=»»IOE, DE'HRAH R SEC^Y, 

"CC'LLA'^S, SUANNE F SECTY, 

MERCHANT, FLO'A SFCTY, 

OATRICK, DAVID S SSSl^TAN'^, FopM FES. 1 

RICE, MARY ELVA SECTY, 

ROSMELL, ANV D SECTY, 

SALVIA, JEANNE " SE'"TV, 

TIPOFTT, PATRICIA LcE SECTY, 



°, 237. 48 

350.00 
5,563.02 

303.33 
7, =12.50 
4,219.98 

lec.oo 

1,861.02 
7, 8 94.9S 
15,3 00.00 
0,427.02 
7,596.00 
4,463.50 



3,552.04 
9,182.94 

4,443.34 
2,227.6C 
10,094.98 
4,872.82 
3,796.66 
4, 176.44 
4, 556.43 
0,589.10 
4, 072. =?2 
5,565.58 
3,713.44 



91 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFITE TF MOM. PHRfRT N. 

^Ll IAN, HAIG 
J4rK<^0N, oiriRDO C 
JFNTnUS, rVILL OMAPR 
LAMF, nUYMOiA 
LLOYO, MAX T 
LOCKARD, JOSEPH F 
MCQnwAN, »<APY E 
*iriNTYPP, WTILTAM J 
RHGFP'^, S"IRLFY n 
«;OnTHFPL ANH, REVFPLY 1 
SnUTHFRLANr), JAMES F 
V4SS, J'JANTTA 
WHITE, CHARLES FnWARn 
WILLIAMS, HAPRY T 



NI X 
Tn MARCH 31 

SPECIAL ASST, , 

CIERK, TO JUMP n 

CnN'GPESSIPNAl INTERN, FROM J'JMF 1 

ASST, TO JAN. 31 

STAFF ASSISTANT, TO JAN. 31 , 



t3,958.71 

6,240.6^ 

7,4?0.20 

2,Q07.4? 

3, "591. 50 

1,8A4.1S 

6,141.12 

10,745.56 

300.00 

166.67 

750.00 

6,086.82 

'',032.42 

4,863.40 



OFFICF TF H^N. OAVIO R. HBFY 

BEDFORD, CHEPYl L SFCRFTAPY, TO MAY 31 

CONLON, RICHARD P PESEARCH ASST, 

DAHL, LAWRENCE F FIELD REPRESENT «T I VF , 

EARL, SHEILA C SECRETARY, TH MAY 31 

HAGFNGRURER, DONALD L RESEARCH ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

KING, NANCY ANN RESEARCH ASST, FROM JIJNE 1 

LARSON, BEATPICE C CASEWORKER, 

MADISON, JERRY M DISTRICT SECRETARY, 

MTLLER, RO'^FPT N RESEARCH AST, Tp MARCH 31 

OHARA, KATHLEEN A OFF MANAGER-PEPS SECOPTARY, 

"^FIVITZ, LINDA LEGIS ASST, 

RIJ8IN, JOYCE C SECPF^APY, FROM JUNE 1 AND 

CONGPFS<^I0NAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 . 

SCHUSTER, NORMA JEAN SF CTY-R EC EPT I ON I <;t , FROM JUNE 1 ... 

SPENCER, EVELYN M SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 

5DFNCFP, WINIFRED A SECRETARY, 

STITT, LYLE H ADMIN ASST, 

STURGES, GERALD D LFGIS ASST, 

VERDIER, STEPHEN J CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 ... 

WATSON, GERALYN LEGIS SFrpfTARY, TO MARCH 31 AND 

SECPETARV, FROM APRIL 1 

OFFICF OF HON. JAMFS G. O'HARA 

AB.RAHAM, JUDITH ANN SECRETARY, FpGM MAY 1 

BICE, MARY F SECty, TO MARCH 6 

RONNIS, KAREN JEAN SECTY, 

BTYCE, KATHARINE R SECRETARY, , 

BRUFF, JOHN B 

PRUSH, BARBARA cftrfTARY, 

GELLFR, SHERRY RUTH CLERK, FROM JUNE 5 , 

GnOFREY, JANE E SECRETARY , 

MCGLINCHEY, M'l-IIPEFN SECRETARY, TO MARCH 31 , 

MUR"HY, BFPKiARD M, JR CLERK, FROM MAY 1 , 

NEWMAN, DANTFL P CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND DISTRICT REP, 

FROM FEB. 1 , 

PRZYSTIJP, <;nPHIF SFCRET^RY, FROM APRIL 1 , 

SASSAMAN, SUSAN S SECRETARY, FROM JAN. 10 , 

SHAND":, WILLIAM E ASSISTANT, TO JAN. 31 , 

SMITH, DIANE CECELIA SECTY, TO MARCH 31 , 

SMITH, ELIZABETH MARIE EXEC SECRETARY, 

ZACK, FUGENE r ADM ASST, , 



3,516.65 

6C0.00 

3,740.00 

2,250.00 

200.00 

250.00 

7,440.00 

10, POP. 03 

1,060.00 

6,525.00 

8,519.52 

1,300.00 
750.00 

1,875.00 

3,764.00 
11,688.82 

R, 388. 00 
200.00 

4,569.98 



1 ,no0.00 
I ,287.00 
3,208.35 
3,208.35 
5, 794.44 
5,208.33 

375.55 
3,Q16.68 
1,625.01 

758.33 

8,296.23 
1,494.99 
3,347.52 
1 ,666.67 
1,375.01 
7,208.32 
10,416.67 



92 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



nFFICF nP HON. &LVIN E. CKOM^KI 



RnSTM4N, JOHN F 
DTE^KING, ROBERT 
niJPPK, PAUL C 
HFMTT;, DIANA L 
K^PPUS, JAMES F 
KF»1PtNSKY, CHFPYL A 
MAPTY, MARY E 
MFAOOMS, GFOPGE D 
MORRISON, DONALD RAY 
POWC, MAPY S 
TEITGEN, PtTZARFTH S 

ZFS7IJTFK, JANICE 



ADM />$ST, FROM JUNE 12 *1,?'S6.67 

CLFPK, 1?, 500. 00 

ADM. ASST., TO JUNE 11 ll,6?7.80 

CLERK, 6,?50.02 

CLFPK-TYPIST, TO MARCH 31 4,2^9.99 

RESEARCH ASST, FPOm JUNE 6 305.56 

HOME OFFICE CLERK, 6,775.0" 

HOME SECRETARY, FROM APRTl 1 3,249.99 

CONGPFSSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

CLERK, 9,750.00 

CLFPK, TO MARCH 31 ANP EXEC SECTY, 

FROM APPIl 1 9,324.99 

CLERK, 7,549.98 



OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS P. O'NEILL, JR. 



PATTLE, ANN"^ 
3RANn, STANl EY 
DINNEEN, MARGARET R 

n°AGO, NICHOLAS V 
GANNON, FPANCINE M 
G'=R'\ROI, JOSE"HTNF C 
GLIMCHER, NANCY R 

GRANAPA, J RALPH 
GREENSPAN, HOWARD 

JONES, MARY-ALYCE F 
KELLY, DOROTHY M 
Mi^FHAN, TIMOTHY F, JR 
MOLLOY, ROSEANN T 
MIYNAGH, JOHN R, III 
MULLEN, THOMA<; H 
OROURKE, HUGH F 
POTOPE. PATRICIA A 
RAM<;[=Y, MTCHELE A 

POWAN, JAMES P 
SNOW, DOLORES C 
WEISS, STEPHEN ARIEL 



CLFPK TYPIST, FPOM JUNE 1 336.30 

LFGIS ASST, 4,915.82 

ASSISTANT SECRETARY, FRO" APRIL 1 TO 

APRIL 30 AND FPOM JUNE 1 912.50 

lEGIS AIDE, 4,483.74 

ASST SECTV, 5,011.26 

SECRETARY, FROM MAY 11 1,333.34 

RESFARCH ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 

31 512.50 

1,578.18 

RESEARCH ASST, pooM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 

AND FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIl ''O 612.46 

ASST SECRETARY, 4,340.40 

PERSONAL SECTV 8,989.58 

LEGIS A<:ST 6,443.32 

SECRETARY, FROM fipoji 15 jO MAY 31 ... 925.83 

RESFARCH ASST, TO MAY 31 1,546.20 

ADM ASST, 12,132.48 

RESEARCH AIDE, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 .. 414.57 

ASST SECRETARY, TO APRIL 14 2,631.46 

RFSEARfH. ASST, rn JAN. 31 AND FPOM 

MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 613.92 

ASSISTANT, 10,022.52 

EXFc; SECTY, s,q^Q,^^ 

"ESEARCH ASST, FROM JUNE 1 500.00 



OFFICE OF HON. OTTO E. PASSMAN 



A^MITAGE, PORBYE 
ARMSTRONG, LA^RY B 
B4RKLEY, VICTORIA LOU 
8PACKETT, THOMAS H 
COL<=, J HAN C 
CORRETT, JOAN A 
EDWARDS, VICKI LYNN 
FRMTN, NEK. THOMAS 
GREGORY, VERA JFAN 
GRIMES, MARY SIKORA 
HUENEEELD, STFLLA R 
LTPP, LUCY F 
PASSMAN, OTI<; J 
SHFf^PAPD, FREDA J 
STRCFT, ANITA D 
WILL lAMS, MARTHA K 
WINN, DAVID M 



SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

FROM JUNE 1 1,000.00 

FROM JUNE 1 400.00 

PUBLIC PEl ATD^^ 1,750.02 

SECTY, FROM MAY 27 1,180.56 

SECRETARY, TO MAY 1° 5,405.57 

CLERK, TO APPIL 30 1,666.68 

CONGRESSIONAL INTPi'N, FPOM JIJNC 1 .... 300.00 

SECTY, FROM JUNF 1 625.00 

SECTY, 7,000.02 

FROM JUNE 1 400.00 

SECRETARY, 4,999.98 

SPECIAL ASST, 5,583.34 

SECRETARY, 7,000.02 

CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 675.00 

ADM ASST, 15,000.00 

SECTY, TO HAY 31 AND CLERK, FROM JUNi^ 

1 7,083.35 



OFFICE OF HON. WRIGHT PATMAN 

ANDPOS, EUGENIA 
RALDUS, t'ATPICIA M 
COnPER, EIIEEN BETSY 
COIJMCILL, DOROTHY F 
ENGFR, JANE CAREY 
GIST, GWENDOLYN K 
HENDERSON, KITTY 
IVEY, JERRINF R 



MCELROY, MAOY 



CLERK, 5,140.98 

CLFPK, TO FEB. 6 1,002.50 

CLERK, 5,485.02 

SECRFTARY, 12,499.98 

CLERK, FROM MARCH 6 TO MAY 31 3,541.67 

CLERK, A, 099. 98 

CLERK, FROM JUNF 1 500.00 

CLERK, 3,450.00 

CLERK, FROM JUNF 1 500.00 



93 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OPFICF OF HON. WRIGHT PATMAN - CnNTfNUED 



OROURKE. JOANNA G CLFRK, 

RAYRURN, OORHTHY J CIFRK, FROM FEB. 1 

RIGGS, RQBFRT S CONG^FS";! ONAL INTFPN, FROM JUNE 1 .. 

ROTA, SHFLVA JEAN CLFRK, 

SHACKLFTTF, RARON 1 ADM ASST, 

SH4CKLETTE, C P CLFRK, 

WFLCH, STFOHFN MA^K CLERK, FROM JUME 1 

OFFICF OF HON. EDWARD J. PATT^m 

BROWN, OLGA JAMISON EXFC SFCTY, 

CALLA";, STEPHEN G ADM ASST, 

OONELON, FRPD J DISTRICT AIDE, TO MAY 31 

FARINICH, GFRALO A INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 

GEORGF, JAWAD F INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 

GIBBS, KAREN MARIE CLERK, 

GOLDSMITH, «iPTHL)R H INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 

HOLTON, SHARON A CLFRK, 

JACKO, JOHN J DISTRICT AIDE, 

KASSOWFR, JEFFREY A INTFRN, FROM JUNE 1 

LOWENKOPF, LEO S DISTRICT AIDE, 

MACWILLIAM, JILL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 

MORRISETT, KATHLEEN M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .. 

MULLEN, EDWARD R INTFRN, FRO" JUNE 16 

MURRAY, SUSAN A INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 

OGRADY, CONSTANCE M DIST AIDE, TO MAY 31 

ORD, PATRICIA ANN 

OWEN, SAMUEL P DIST AIDE, TO MAY 31 

PATTEN, ANNA SFCTY, 

SPIEC7NY, NANCY INTERN, FROM FEB. 7 TO JUNF 15 

STOUKAS, ANMARIE T DISTRICT AIDE, TO MAY 31 

ZULLO, ROBERT J, JR INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS M. PFLLY 

AMOS, OSCAR A CLFRK, 

BAUER, MARGARFT L CLERK 

CAMPBELL, ANDREW S CLFRK, FROM MAY ?2 TO JUNE 10 

HUGHES, JAMES PRESS SFCRFTAPY, TO MARCH 31 

JOHNSON, KIMRFRLY ANN CLERK, FROM MAY B 

LOCKHAPT, GWEN H CLERK, FROM MAY B TO MAY 31 

MASON, ELIZABETH ANNE CLERK, TO MAY 13 

MAYHFW, PATRICIA W CLERK, 

MCKAY, MICHAEL D CLERK, 

PORTER, AOEL CLERK, 

SCHWAB, EMILY D CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 AND 

FROM JUNF 1 

SMITS, TED A DIST REP - CLERK, 

TERRAR, EDWARD F, JR CLERK, FROM MA^CH 1 

YOUNGMAN,' ALBERT 4 CLERK, 

OFFICE OF HON. CLAUDE PEPPER 

ABELITIS, FRANCES V CLFRK, 

BEDELL, ELIZABETH B SECRETARY, 

CAMPBELL, FRANCES H SECRETARY, 

CHFNAULT, MARY LILLIAN SECTY TO ASST, 

DICKSON, CHARLOTTE G SECRETARY, 

DICKSON, MARGARET M RECEPTIONIST, 

GIBSON, GFRALDINF A TYPIST-CLERK, 

LASSER, AMELIA T LEGIS AIDE, 

MARSTH, REGINA CLERK, 

PARVER, ALAN K CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .. 

SOUTHFRLAND, JAMES F STAFF ASST, 

UNGAP, CHERYL G CLERK, 

VAUGHN, C ELIIS DISTRICT AIDE, 

WALLER, MILDRED EXEC ASST, 

WYCHE, PAUL H, JR LEGISLATIVE ASST, 

7ACK, STEPHEN NEAL LEGIS AIDE, 



<;5,?50.00 

4, 166.65 

300.00 

3,978.50 

1-5,300.00 

P, 612. 48 

500.00 



11,312.52 

15,289.02 

2,481.33 

435.00 

435.00 

5,151.00 

435.00 

3, 165.00 

2,848.50 

435.00 

3,849.00 

435.00 

300.00 

217.50 

435.00 

2,340.67 

5,837,52 

2,481.33 

6,388.02 

1,540.81 

2,978.67 

435.00 



8,028.51 
4,591.74 

190.00 
7,650.00 
1,398.62 

862.50 
3,326.33 
5,271.51 
2,811.85 
6,693.99 



2,333.34 

8,229.00 

666.68 

1,054.98 



5,275.02 
7,690.80 
6,525.96 
5,345.40 
6, 176.04 
3,804.48 
3,358.08 
3,262.98 
2,640.30 
300.00 
4,219.98 
5,078.64 
4,4^^5.70 
11,411.94 
6,330.00 
2,980.62 



94 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFPTCE OF HTM. TiRL D. PERKINS 



8LAKF, LUCILLE H FXFC SFCRFTAPY, 

RRfiNHAM, LAWRFNCF i"LERK, 

BROWNSTFIN, FSTHEP S , 

CASTORO, FLSA R SFCRFTAPY, , 

nAVnSON, LILLIAN W SECRETARY, , 

EPOFRSON, RUTH M SECRETARY, 

"^OTIS, STEPHEN FROM JUNF 17 , 

FREDERICK, CONSTANCE E OFFICF ASST, , 

HOLSCLAW, DEBORAH SUE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

JEWELL, CHARLOTTE R SECRETARY, , 

MILLER, W KENNETH CLERK, , 

R03EY, "ATRICK P FROM JUNF 1 , 

SCALLAN, PATELLA M SECRETARY, 

SMITH, SHARON , 

TOnO, GERTRUDE SECRETARY, TO JUNE 25 

TODD, STUART W FROM JUNE 26 , 

OFFICE OF HON. JERRY L. PETTIS 

gOYH, "OBFRT SPECIAL ASST, FROM MAY 1 , 

DALY, CI AUOIA ELLEN , 

PITTS, SUSAN M 

GIOVANIELLO, GERARD N ADMIN ASST, FROM JAN. l"^ , 

HAGGART, KENNA TAYLOR 

JONES, HELEN E DIST SECRETARY, 

KANNFNBERG, HOLIY A SECRETARY, , 

KOTZ, MERRY K 

LEONARD, WILLIAM R SPECIAL ASST, TO MAY 31 

NEGRETE, EDWARD V , 

PERRY, LOIS H , 

"E'^RIP, DE80RAH J LEGIS ASST, , 

OICKETT, CHPISTINF ANN CASEWOfRPP, 

SHUPo, BETTY L CLERK TYPIST, TO FE". 29 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 , 

TERHEYDFN, WILLIAM F TO ^EB. 29 , 

WOODRING, JOANN ROBERTA SECTY, , 

OFFICE OF HON. PFTFi' A. PEYSER 

BAPRY, THEODORE L PRES^ ASST, 

8RENNAN, KATIE S CtEfK, TO MAY 31 

3R0SNIHAN, VIRGINIA F PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

CLIFFORD, CLINTON N CLERK, FPOM JUNE 1 

OINGMAN, "ifHARO B STAFF COUNSEL, TO MAY 31 

DRAKE, JANE B DISTRICT MANAGPP, TO JAN. 31 

OWYER, WALTER RESEARCHER, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

PISHFP, CHESTER L, III CLERK, FROM JUNE I AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, FPOM JUNE 1 

GLENNON, FRANCES C CLERK-TYPIST, FROM APRIL 1 

GDASSO, GARY CLERK, FROM MARCH l.TO MARCH 31 

GRFIF, LEOPOLD H .STAFF COUNSEL, TO JAN. 31 AND SPECIAL 

ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO APOIL 30 AND 
ADMIN ASST, CROM MAY 1 

GRUEN, WILLIAM H CLERK, TO MARCH 17 

HARMON, BRUCE R CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

JENKINS, CARLA S OFFICE MAN AGER /C AS FWORKFP , 

LAMBERT, HENRY P SPECIAL ASST, FPOM MAY 15 

LATHOOP, TOWNSENO Y CLE^K, FROM JAN. 17 TO MARCH 31 AND 

ASST TO LEGIS ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO 
MAY 31 AND LEGIS ASST, F^OM JUNE 1 ... 

MARAIO, JENNIFER S SEC RET AR Y/ C A SF WORK ER , 

NAAR, JOSFPH L SPECIAL ASST, 

NAU, SUZETTF B RECEPTIONIST, 

OVPOOCKEP, I YNDA R SECRETARY, 

OOWER, SUSAN H CLERK, 

ROMEn, ALFRED f DISTRICT MANAGER, FROM MAY 15 



«9,A18.5f> 
2,409.00 
8,924.3^ 
6,535.20 
5,928.54 
6,111.00 

280.00 
5,791 .98 

300.00 
5,563.50 
2,400.00 

600.00 
6,250.66 
5,791.98 
5, 231.51 

110.83 



1,416.66 
4,459.98 
6,963.00 
7,377.76 
5,041.98 
1,650.02 
3,450.00 
6,742.50 
4,637.60 
7,387.02 
7,845.0C 
4,730.10 
3,692.52 

2,897.90 
2,462.34 
3,006.78 



5,403.76 

4,166.65 

6,496.68 

700.00 

8,625.02 

958.33 

500.00 

550.00 
1,625.01 
1,000.00 



11,832.50 

1,112.21 

400.00 

6,760.44 

1,341.67 



3,1 13.88 
3,900.00 
4,000.0? 
4,576.56 
4,413.02 
2,225.32 
1,352.77 



95 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFTCF TF HHN. J. J. PICKLF 

,''' ALLFN, TOM RANOOLDH CLERK, FROM JAN. 17 t3,?80.00 

BUSHFLL, LINDi K TLFRK, 4,257.24 

C04FT, MARY FLIZARFTH CI.FRK, 4,114.50 

ORllMMn^D, CI IF 7,701.48 

ELLIOTT, OOROTHY J CLFRK, 3,649.98 

GLOSSFRMAN, OERGRAH SErPETARY, FROM MAY 8 1,104.17 

GREGORY, J4MICE M CLERK, 3,59S.on 

GRIFFITH, ELAINE S CLPRK, FROM FFP. 1 TO FEB. 29 500.00 

LOPFZ, HERMINIA CLERK, .., 3,0R1.48 

MOORFf CLAUniA G CLERK HIRE, 4,519.98 

MORTON, ,I0<;EPH CRAIG CLERK, TO APRII 12 510.00 

PAYTF, LORETTA H CLERK, «,050.02 

PFFO,Y, Sy^AN FROM MAY 18 860.00 

PHENIX, GEORGE R CLERK, 11,710.50 

RICHESON, JILES DAVID 8,386.98 

SHLTLMAN, MOLLY TLERK, 6,246.00 

SIMON, SUSAN CLFRK, TO APRIL 30 2,933.32 

YOUNG, WILLIAM R CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

OFFICE OF HON. OTIS G. PIKE 

ANDERSON, BARBARA A OIST OFFICE SECY, 5,489.64 

BLACKSTGNE, MARCAPET L SUMMER INTERN, FROM JUNE 1? 316.67 

RRAY, GERALD L PRESS SECTY, FROM JUNE 1 1,000.00 

CONKLTN, BLANCHE A 1,4^1.88 

DONNERf AARON « 4,500.00 

HARBTN, DEBORAH J SECTY, FROM APRIL 11 1,611.12 

KEMP, PATRICIA ANNE SECTY, 4,747.50 

K-^NNY, ROSELYN 8,376.06 

MCLAUGHLIN, SHARON A SECRETARY, 4,046.90 

OOR, BETTY L 6,318.11 

gUIMN, JOSEPH P 2,652.12 

WALDR4UER, ROBERT T 2,652.12 

WARING, SNOWOFN W CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND SECRFTAPY, FROM 

EE"^. 1 Tn APRIL 30 2,416.67 

WOOLBERT, MAYBELLE S 12,658.56 

ZEGFL, VIKKI ADRIFNNE CLE'K, TO MARCH 31 AND FROM JUNE 1 ... 1,000.01 

OFFICE OF HON. ALEXANDER PIRNIi^ 

BERGIN, JOHN W 2, "72. 10 

RIGLER, CHARLIES LEGIS ASST, 9,750.02 

ROEHLERT, SHERWOOD L EXEC ASST, 15,300.00 

30WFN, JOYCE- SECRETARY, 3,784.98 

OAVIES, D REGINALD FIELD REP, 2,374.98 

EPPOLITO, JOSEPH N 3,424.98 

NAEGELF, JANICE G n I ST OFFICE SUPERVISOR, 3,692.52 

PINTO, JOHN G FIELD REP., TO MAY 31 833.35 

SAUSVILLE, BEATRICE M SECRETARY-CASE <;PECIALIST, 7,912.50 

SHEPARD, MAPIANNA H PFRsnNAL SECRETARY, 7,912.50 

THOMPSON, SANORA JEAN SECRETARY, TO "AY 31 AND FROM JUNE 5 . 5,015.55 

OFFICE OF HON. W. R. POAGE 

QLAKE, CHARLES EDWARD 9,616.44 

BLAKE, NAOMI MC M 1,000.02 

DAVIS, BILLY GLENN 3.000.00 

GLASS, CHLO'" M 7,500.00 

HENINGTON, CLARENCE D 9,616.02 

HOLSTFAD, ELLA K 8,558.16 

KUBICEK, EDWARD E FROM JUNE 1 500.00 

LAIR, RUTH 9,616.44 

MILLAR, ROGER p TO MAY 31 2,500.00 

PATTIE, LOVF M TO MARCH 15 AND FROM MAY 16 6,192.80 

SnwELL, BRYAN E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

STEWART, ERA 5,599.98 

VICK, MICHAFL RAY 1,000.02 

WEST, FOWLER C FROM MARCH 16 TO MAY 15 4,166.65 



96 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

TFFICF OF HON. RERT^AM I.. POOFLL 



4NF»MGf MIOISM 
BLACKt MnoDjc; 
BIJTI FR, PHYLLI S M 

CLFVEL/^NO, I IMO'i S 
DFA" , NOACH 
OIAMnND, ARTHUR M 
FILTOTT, BRUCE MARC 
FELOMlN, JANF 
GELBARO, RUTH F 
GERBER, LOUIS MEYER 
GLASGOW, AHPIENNE B 
GLEASON, EUGENE W 
GROSSMAN, JUOTTH 
GRUEM, STANLEY 
HANSEN, HANS I 
JACKNI5, NORMAN J 
LAZARUS, RICHARD 8 
LIE8ERM4M, CANIOACE E 
MAODEN, MURIEL P 
"^CGOWANI, RICHARO J 



MILLER, 


JOHN 


MURPHY, 


PEGGY 


MURRAY, 


SALLY L 


PARKEP, 


JOHN 


ROLOAN, 


IDA 


RnsENBERG, SHERRY 



SORKIN, MODTON 
TENENCOFF, SAMUEL 
W1L«URN, JOHN A 
WYGODA, GERALO H 



SeCRFTAPY, FROM MAY 1 fl,666.66 

CLERK, TO FEB. 29 3,167.53 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 

30 AND LFGIS ASST, FROM MAY 1 2,666.67 

SECRETARY, TO APRIL 30 2,813.32 

CLERK, FROM MAY I TO MAY 31 611.67 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 615.4? 

CLERK, FRO" MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 1,000.00 

SECRETARY, 4,219.98 

4,74S.58 

LEGIS ASST, TO JAN. 31 1,055.00 

SECTY, 900.00 

PRPSS SECTY, FROM MARCH 1 6,000.00 

SECTY, 3,780.43 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 611.67 

CLERK, FROM MAdch 1 TO MARCH 31 1,550.00 

LFGIS ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 . 1,250.00 

CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 703.33 

SECRETARY, FROM N'AY 1 TO MAY 31 1,221.5? 

SECRETARY, 6,156.54 

PRESS ASST, FROM MARi"H 1 TO MARCH 31 . 100.00 

CLERK, 708.00 

8,718.00 

SECRETARY, TO FEB. 2^ 3,167.53 

CLERK, 4,905.78 

SECRETARY, TO MARCH 31 1,714.38 

SECTY, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 AND 

FROM JUNE 1 1,754.8"^ 

CLERK, FROM APRIl 1 TO APRIL 30 1,221.52 

CLERK, 4,747.50 

CONGRESSIONAL TNTFRN, FROM JUNF 1 .... 300.00 

FXEC ASST, TO FEB. 29 AND CLERK, FROM 

APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 AND EXECUTIVE 

ASST, FROM MftY 1 5,470.00 



OFEICP OF HON. RICHARD H. POEP 



ANDERSON, VIVIAN 
BOWMAN, RANDAL PAY 

HATCHER, MAPY SU7ANNE 
HUMPHREYS, ROBERT W 

JARRATT, MARY C 
MARCHANT, MARY ANN 
MCKFNNA, JOYCE LEE 
WHITE, JOHN THOMAS, II 



7,2 75.00 

<;TAFF aide, to FEB. 29 AND STAFF ASST, 

FROM MARCH 1 5,925.02 

CIFRK, 7,275.00 

CLERK, TO FEB. 29 AND STAFF ASSISTANT, 

FROM MARCH 1 6,085.02 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, TO FEB. 21 2,061.25 

DISTRICT SECRETARY, 7,275.00 

CLERK, 7,275.00 

ADM ASST, 15,300.00 



OFFICE OF HON. WALTER E. POWFLL 



BRILL, VIVIAN R 
CASE, KATHLFPN MARIE 
CHAPPFLL, ROBERT K 
COSSABOOM, BRUCE 
CRAMER, ERPn BRUCE 
FIERCE, DON\LD L 
FRIEND, JAMES SCHAMP 
HINCHMAN, GRACE L 
HUNT, SARAH 
LACHSTADTER, LOIS L 
MCCOLLUM, BARBARA ANNE 
MOLINSKY, GARY M 

NORTON, DONNA K 
PONDER, JOYCE L 
RAWI ETTF, KATHLEFN A 
SANDAHL, VIRGINIA C 
STEVENS, JOY STELLA 
STONE, GAYLE RUSSELL 



DIST SECTY, 1,500.00 

SECRETARY, 4,650.00 

FIFLD REP, TO JAN. 31 1,500.00 

PRESS AinE, TO JAN. 15 416.67 

DISTRICT ASST, 9,175.00 

EXEC ASST, 7,166.66 

SPECIAL ASST, 13,200.00 

S^CTY, FROM FEB. 14 2,625.83 

SUMMER INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 260.00 

SPECIAL ASST, 1,200.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNF 13 ... 180.00 
STAFF ASST, TO FEB. ?9 AND PRESS AIDE, 

FROM MARCH 1 5, 900. no 

LEGIS '^SST, 6,349.98 

SECRETARY, 3,450.00 

SECRETARY, 3,450.00 

SECRETARY, FROM JAN. 5 4,546.67 

CASEWORKER, 6,349.98 

COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST, FROM MARCH 

15 2,007.77 



97 

SALARIES OF OFFrCERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFITF OF Hn'vi. PICHflPOSP'J PPFYFP 

O^VrS, n^TRirTft FLFaNOR SFrPET^RV, to FFP. 25 tl,02^.f!l 

OnR«;FY, MIRIAM J SECPFTflRY, 4,B?4.op 

ELMflRF, 4NN F SPFCI&l A'^ST, j.qqp.PR 

GPURRS, FTHEL 6 SCCPFTARY, 6,100.0? 

JOMF'^, ORFWPY J4ME<^ lEGTS AS<;T, 6,4<.0.01 

I.AMBFTH, THOMA<; W 14,500.0? 

MARSH, NANCY CLFRK, FROM MAY ?? 650.00 

MARTIN, MITCHELL A CLERK, FROM MAY 22 650.00 

MCAOAMS, MARK T CLFPK, FROM MAY ?2 650.00 

PHILLIPS, RFIO L CLEPK, FROM MAY 22 650.00 

PPIMTT, BFPNICF SECTY, 7,000.02 

SCHECTER, TPFNF SECRETARY, 5,275.02 

THOMAS, KARFN SECRETARY, '',550.02 

WOMACK, JAM^^S SPFCIAl ASST, 3,750.00 

WOMfiLF, HAZFI. WHEFLFR 4,Q9P.9r 

OFFICE OF HON. MFLVTN PRKF 

'3LIPCKF, JOSEPH P CONGRE'^STONAL TNTFPM, FROM JUNE 19 ... 1?0.00 

OYROFF, CONNIE L CLEPK, FROM JUNE 16 279. R4 

GREGORY, COLT R CLERK, FROM FE9. 1 1,500.00 

HART, WILLIAM K CLERK, A,056.?8 

JOTTF, EIJGENF T 6,60R.flR 

LOUGHRY, JAN 6,60R.R8 

MORRISON, MARGAt^ET E 6,608.RR 

NORTHINGTON, JAMESETTA 6,603.Ra 

OFFICER, CARl F CLERK, FROM JUNF IQ 120.00 

PRICE, RAYMOND A 6,60fl.8P 

PIJENT, PATRICIA ANN TO AopiL 30 ?,?3R.72 

RAY, OFHAVILLANO CLERK, 4,645.18 

RPinFLRFPGER, MARGARET J CLFdK, FROM JUNE 1 55P.6R 

SCRIVNEP, PFTFR r AOMIN A^ST, 15,2RR.96 

SHF^PAPO, JANFT C CLEPK, FROM JUNE 19 120.00 

WRIGHT, CAROLE L 6,60R.RR 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT D. PPICF 

KARTELL, JO ANN F SECRETARY, 4,200.00 

CASEY, CHARLOTTE M CLFRK, FROM FEB. 4 2,450.00 

COLLINS, MATHEWS M FROM MAY 1 1,492.64 

OAVIS, CATHERINE E CLERK, 4,200.00 

FOR'^EST, ALRE'TA SUE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY 6,400.02 

H0LU5, JTLL MARIE SECRETARY, FROM JAN. ? TO MAY 31 2,901.25 

HOUSE, KATIE TANNER SECPCTAoy, 3,481.50 

JAMFTSON, JOHN H, JP TO JAN. 31 100.00 

KNIGHT, THOMAS D CLEPK, 2,039.85 

LANFHAPT, CHARLES W CLFRK, 7,000.02 

MARTINSON, RONALD L ADMIN ASST, 9,495.00 

MCMAHON, BARRARA ANNE SPFCIAL ASST, 6,887.82 

NICOLLS, ANNE STUART RECEPTIONIST, FROM JUNE 1 541.67 

RANDO, MARY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

SANFORO, WILMA JO SECRETARY, 4,348.50 

SWIFT, JOY J SECRETARY, 3-,9n6.4R 

THAYER, MADALIN J SECRETARY, 6,066.24 

WENTWORTH, JEFFPFY LEGIS ASST, 9,495.00 

OFCIGF OF HON. DAVin H. PRYOP 

3ON0Y, RFVFRLY CLERK, TO MARCH 17 2,096.17 

PIOWLEY, PATRICIA R 8,002.14 

RRUSH, JUDITH P CASE WORKER, FROM MARCH 28 TO JUNE 20 1,383.33 

COLLINS, THFDFORD LAVON 4,781.74 

DOUGLAS, JAMES PAUL CLFRK, 1,582.50 

HENRY, JOHN HUGH AOMIN ASST, 15,300.00 

JOHNSON, LFWIS J CLFRK, TO FEB. 16 970.60 

JONES, LINDA T 4,325.52 

KFNNER, MARY VIRGINIA CLFRK, 1,582.50 

LINOSFY, 8RUCE ROBERT CLERK, FROM JUNP I 1,200.00 

MACOUFEN, CANDACE CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 750. OC 

NEMIR, DALPH WOOD FIFLD RFP, 6,330.00 

NICKLES, STEVF H CLERK, FROM FER. 1 3,350.00 

OWEN, M JANKE rLFRK, TO FEP. 29 AKn FROM MARCH 5 ... 4,899.90 

REED, CYNTHIA CLFRK, TO JAN. 31 250.00 

SCHANZER, KENNETH D PRESS ASST, FROM FFP. 1 TO FEB. 23 ... 766.67 



98 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE GF HON. OAVID H. PRYDP - CONTINUED 

SIMPSON, PEGGY 

STOLZ, C4R0L M 

WELLS, WILLIA'^ JAMES CLERK, FROM JUNF 5 

OFFICE OF HON. ROMAN C. "UCIN'^KI 

BOCHNIK, BERNTCE 

CARMOHY, PATRICIA M 

niSIMONE, RITA L 

DOERFLEIN, RUTH M RECEPTIONIST, 

GUTHRIE, GAYLE E CLFRK, FROM FEB. 1 

HAVILAND, ELLFN V 

KUTA, PATRICIA A 

LEO, MILLIE JEANNE RESEARCH ASST, TO APRIL 30 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 

MCM(JLLEN, CYNTHIA A AOM ASST, tq JAN. 31 

SACHAY, JAMES E 

STANTFC, LILLIAN V 

STEFANQWICZ, CANDICE CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 

TOMS, RUSSELL STAFF ASST, 

VAZZANO, VIRGINIA 

WILCZYNSKI, MARLFNE J CLFRK, 

WISNIEWSKI, THOMAS J CLERK, TO APRIL 30 AND ASSISTANT, FROM 

MAY 1 



1;5,334.66 

6, 649. PB 

433.33 



6,27'5.00 
6,797.93 
6,536.27 
■5,020.00 
5,000.00 
2,500.02 
6,536.27 

4,582.16 
1,458.33 
9,150.83 
7,059.15 
1,500.00 
3,208.35 
4,249.98 
627.50 

1,749.84 



OFFICE OF HON. GRAHAM PUPCELL 

ALLFN, SUSAN J SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 16 TO MAY 13 .. 

BALCH, KATHERINE L SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 AND SECTY, FROM 

JUNE 1 

BRENNER, KYn DOUGLAS CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 19 .. 

BRICKELL, MARION EXEC SECTY, 

CH4MPNESS, LAURA M PRESS SECTY, FROM FEB. 11 TO JUNE 18 

CLAASSEN, TERRY L LEGIS ASST, 

GRAIN, CLAIBORN HICKS DIST PRESS ASST, FROM JUNE 19 

HARRIS, LEWIS CARL, III EXEC ASST, FROM MARCH 28 

HIGGINS, 8FTTY J 

HIGGIN5, SUZANNE F CLFRK, FROM MAY 22 

HOFFMAN, HATTIE BELLE SECRETARY, tq FEB. 29 

KADAR, GE7A, JR STAFF ASST, TO FEB. 6 AND RESEARCH 

AS^T, FROM FEB. 7 

MORRIS, LAURA JEANE SECRETARY, FROM HAY 16 

RATN30LT, JOHN V ADM ASST, 

ROBERTS, opGGY J SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 

RUTFNBAR, MARSHA L SECTY, TO JAN. 31 

SCARBOROUGH, M KENNETH DISTRICT ASST, TO JAN. 31 

SIMS, IRIS A SECRETARY, 

STEPHENS, ELMER LEWIS DIST REP, 

WEBER, CAROL A SECRETARY, 

WHTTF, JEANEtTE ELAINE SErofTARY, 

WHITE, JOE TOM EXECUTIVE ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

OFFICE OF HON. ALBERT H. OUIF 

ANDRES, BILL JOSEPH COLLEGE INTERN, TO FEB. 29 

CLAPP, VIRGINIA L RESEARCH ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TQ MARCH 

31 

DALEIDFN, MARY C PERSONAL SECTY, 

DIPAOLO, CHERYL ANN SFCETARY, TO JUNE 15 

FETTF, EVELYN M DIST OFFICF SECRETARY, 

HALL, KEITH E LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, 

HAUGEN, GARY J CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 19 ., 

JOHNSON, ROGFR K DIST REP., 

KOEMPFL, MICHAEL LEE CLFRK, FROM JAN. 15 

LOEN, VERNON C 

NARUTA, ANNE " CASEWORKER, 

REOALEN, LINDA KAY S TENO-SECR ET AR Y , 

SIMONDS, CAROL A SETRFTARY, 

TROTTER, LINDA L STENOGRAPHER, 

ZASKE, NORMA JEAN SFCTY, FROM JUNF 26 



773.33 

1,669.50 

120.00 

8,095.50 

3,022.21 

5,039.52 

266.67 

3,875.00 

5,619.48 

468.00 

600.00 

3,350.02 
600.00 
12,727.02 
343.21 
250.00 
791.67 

3,600.00 
11,903.85 

4,000.02 

5,619.48 
833.33 



600.00 

625.00 

4, 114.50 

3,674.93 

4,219.98 

12, 132.48 

120.00 

8,754.84 

1,531.67 

15,300.00 

6,224.52 

3,997.10 

6,175.98 

4,483.98 

97.22 



99 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30. 1972— Continued 



QFFICF OF HON. JAMFS H. QUTLLFN 

BRnWM, M&PY LIJFLLA <^FCPEtiPY, TO M/VV 14 t3,<»54.43 

CRTST, GLORTA R SECTY, 3,898.66 

FRENCH, KATHRYN HYDE SFCRFJAPY, 3,559.15 

HAMRLFN, CAROLE M SECRETARY, '►,276.34 

HYOER, PATRICIA PRESS SECRETAOY, 5,561.91 

KILGORE, VICKIE L PRESS SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 15 416.00 

LIGHT, FRANCES HADN AOMIN ASST, 9,785.10 

MALLOY, ELIZABETH C CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

MCINTURFF, ROBERT N EIFLP REP, 4,950.00 

MILLER, JAMES EMILUS ^lELn REPPESCNT AT I VE , 5,591.52 

MORTON, niANNE N SECPFTAPY, 5,275.02 

MAP^IER, CAROLYN 3 SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 1,625.01 

NAVE, LINOA GAIL «;ECRETARY, FROM APRIL 15 1,773.33 

OLTERMAN, GWENDOLYN S SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 7 TO MARCH 31 ... 975.01 

PLESS, LYNOELL S SECRETARY, TO APRIL 14 2,164.52 

PRICE, MARY LOU SECRFTARY, 3,793.18 

RILEY, IDA J EXEC SECRETApY, 4,529.10 

SIVFRT, SUSAN PERSPNAl SECRETARY, 5,680.29 

THORNBERRY, KITHY L SECTY, FROM MAY 15 TO JUNE 14 900.00 

WAGNER, CHARLES K ASST FIELD REP, 3,019.44 

WARNER, REGTNA LYNN SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 1,625.01 

WHITE, SARAH ELIZABETH SECRETARY, TO FEP. 6 805.18 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS F. RAILSBACK 

BECKETT, OERORAH K -^ECTY, FROM MAY 22 563.33 

CORWIN, DAPLENE FAY 4,757.70 

DUTTON, KAREL H PRESS SECRETARY, 5,229.17 

FLSBURY, SUE ELLEN <;TAFF SECRETARY, TO FEB. 29 409.50 

FRISK, MILDRED D SECRETARY, 5,997.72 

GALLAGHER, FLORENCE M SECRETARY, 4,757.70 

GIBSON, KATHLEEN ROSE CnNGPF<^SI ONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

GODFREY, JENIFER SECTY, FROM JUNE 15 160.00 

HERMELIN, WILLIAM M ADMIN ASST, 10,500.00 

MCCARTHY, ROBERTA B SECRETARY, 4,020.83 

MCLEAN, UNA M SECRETARY, 8,735.52 

POLK, WILLIAM BENJAMIN DISTRICT PEP., 10,500.00 

RETD, REBECCA J "SECRETARY, 3,975.00 

WAINWRIGHT, WILLIAM H SPECIAL ASST, FROM JUNE 20 275.00 

WHITCOMB, CAROL L SECRETARY, 4,474.98 

WICHSER, PATRICIA ANN lEGIS SECY, 5,974.98 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM J. RANDALL 

BAUMGARNFP, JAMES D CLERK, TO JAN. 31 441.67 

BLEDSOE, SALLIE B CLERK, FROM APRIL I TO APRIL 30 358.33 

CARGYLF, WALTER W CLERK, TO JAN. 31 441.67 

CHOATE, JEAN C CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 325.00 

CLAYMAN, MARJORIE M SECRFTARY, 4,219.98 

COLLINSON, DAN S CONGRES^: I ONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

DFWALT, SHIRIEY ANNE CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM APRIL 1 ... 1,766.68 

GRFVFY, EILi=EN J A CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. ?9 185.00 

HART, LOIS LEWIS CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MAY 31 AND 

SECTY, FROM JUNE I 2,583.33 

HAYFS, PATRICK M CLERK, 5,127.30 

MOCKER, IRAH E 11,330.87 

HUGHES, CAREY M CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 441.67 

JUSTICE, HAZEL R SECRETARY, 5,275.02 

KRINN, BERTHA I CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 341.67 

LAPORTF, GERALD J CLERK, 3,742.52 

MATTINGLY, IDFLLA E CLERK, TO JAN. 31 441.67 

PETERSON, LOWELL CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 3,000.00 

POWELL, JAMES R CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 441.67 

ROGERSON, LINDA T CLERK, TO MARCH 31 2,375.01 

SCOTT, SANDRA KAY CLERK, FROM MAY 1 683.34 

SOUTHFRLAND, JAMES F STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 31 441.67 

THOMAS, MELV& A CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 tq MARCH 31 341.67 

THOMPSON, MORGAN E CLERK, 4,550.02 

TUNIS, CHRISTENA J CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 AND FROM 

MAY 1 TO MAY 31 858.34 

WAS5ERMAN, ELIZABETH L 5,509.81 

WRIGHT, ELIZABETH M 2,664.78 



100 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

nPFICF OF HON. CHARLES B. '5ANGFL 

BELLi VIRGINIA LEE DI'sT AOMI N T STR 6 TOR , $9,^95.00 

RELLA'-IY, J4I-IES J ST4FF 4SST, 4,219.98 

BL4SINI, CiRLQS STAFF 4SST, 1,750.00 

BRAOLEY, OATRICIA SECRETARY, 4, 747. SO 

BROYDRICK, LYNN LEVTN STAFF ASST, 3, 692. "52 

FOSTER, ALFRED N STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 62S.00 

FRFFOMAN, ERIC H STAFF ASST, 4,479.98 

GUYTON, GUY A STAFF ASST, TO MAY 31 3,125.00 

HENDERSON, LUCILLE STAFF ASST, TO FEB. 29 833.34 

HILL, MIRIAM H STAFF ASST, FROM MARCH 1 l,666.iS8 

JACKSON, JACOUELINE ^TAFF ASST, TO JAN. 31 975.67 

JONES, VIVIAN E EXEC SECTY, 6,330.00 

REIO, GARY W CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

RICH&ROS, MARTIN STAFF ASST, FROM APRIL I 1,310.01 

RODRIGUEZ, RAMON STAFF ASST 2,500.02 

SWYGERT, H PATRICK AOMIN ASST, 13,187.52 

VILLEGAS, RACHEL STAFF ASST, 3,692.52 

WATERS, ROBERT J STAFF ASST, FROM FEB. 1 4,878.35 

WILLIAMS, ROY E STAFF ASST, 2,500.02 

WRIGHT, WAYMON S STAFF ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 . 650.00 

YOUNG, BRENOA K STAFF ASST, 3,956.76 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN R. RAPICK 

ASHMORF, JA"FS N LEGIS ASST, 7,000.02 

BANKSTON, PEGGY M 2,906.52 

BROOKS, MAMIF LEE EXEC SECRETARY, 8,500.02 

3JLC40, CAROLYN F STAFF ASST, 4,750.02 

CROWE, VERONTi-A SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

HAMMONS, GAYLE N SECRETARY, 3,199.98 

HINFS, CLAYTON ASST SVC REPRESENTATIVE, 2,749.98 

JOHNSON, WILLIE V I 4,099.98 

MACMUPDO, CHARLES SPECIAL ASST, TO MAY 31 7,083.35 

MERIWETHER, DIANE J SECRETARY, FROM JAN. 10 3,421.25 

M^RAN, MARGARET JANE °UP REl SECTY, 4,000.02 

MORAN, MARTHA A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 . 300.00 

SMITH, MERKFL L CONG SVC OFFICER, 8,906.52 

VARNADO, RATSY KAY RECEPTIONIST, 2,400.00 

WATKINS, JANNELLF M CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JUNE 1 400.00 

WILKFRSON, VERNICF ASST SERVICE OFFICER, 4,200.00 

OFFICE OF HON. .THOMAS M. REES 

BAMBERG, GARY A SPECIAL ASST, 7,751.66 

BANES, CATHERINE L DI ST OFC MGR, 5,156.66 

CLARK, RORY W CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

CLOW, LISA M 4,320.00 

DAVIS, KAYE EDWARDS 5,302.48 

FAULSTICH, JANET K 9,202.50 

FISHMAN, JO^L SPECIAL ASST, 4,714.98 

FRISREE, STEPHEN V CASE WORKER, 4,219.98 

KLINE, RICHARD A SPECIAL ASST, 6,487.50 

LAROCCA, OALF LESLIE 4,320.00 

MERRILL, FREDERICK, JR RESEARCH ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 

31 291.67 

MOLLOY, ELEANOR M 4,410.00 

MONACO, VIRGINIA CAROL ASST CASE WORKER, 4,789.98 

MURPHY, MARY LILLIAN IFGIS ASST, 4,109.98 

NEWMAN, LAURETTA SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 875.01 

SOLOW, MARY J 4,789.98 

SOMMERS, ARLFNF 6,002.52 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLOTTE T. RFID 

BFNSON, HAZFL M CLERK, TO APRIL 4 1,475.11 

CAREY, JEAN D CLERK, TO APRIL 4 2,934.62 

DICKSON, ALIAH F SECRETARY, TO APRIL 4 4,702.63 

LUSKt^Y, CHARLENF F CLERK, TO APRIL 4 3,107.26 

DUINNFY, MARILYN R CLERK, TO FEB. 13 1,787.75 

SIMPSON, JOHN B LFGIS ASST, TO APRIL 4 5,487.91 

WAGLEY, DORIS ANN CLERK, TO APRIL 4 2,880.41 



101 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFtCP HF HON. OGOEN R. PFID 

COHFN, JUDITH SUSAN 
EMMHNS, N\THANIFL F 
HASIETT, JEFFREY D 
HFL»<S, JUOITH S 
KABfENFLL, FILEN 
KITZMILLFR, W M 
LANGSmRF, SDZANNF ^1 
MirHELMAM, DEGGY C 
NAPOLTTANn, ANTHONY 
PARKFR, BRUCF J 
RYAN, PATqtCIA A 
SCHErn, JilOTTH M 
■^PAULDING, JPAN F 
STEIN, BARBARA F 
STRAND, GUFNDHLYN 
UFLLFNOAHL, WIL«10TH C 
VnSF, LTNnA "TMATNE 
WILK IE, FOITH B 



PRESS SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 t3,'516.65 

EXECUTIVE AS'^T, 9,000.00 

STAFF AS<;T, FRHM JAN. 22 2,176.R2 

STAFF ASST, /,,?4q.qR 

STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 325.00 

SPECIAL ASST, 6,Q83.34 

STAFF ASST, FROM MAY 16 1,125.00 

OISTRICT OFFICE MANAGER, 10,549.q» 

STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 21 239.32 

CONGRFSSIONAL INTFPN, FROM JUNE 12 ... 190.00 

ASST PRESS SFCTY, FROM JUNE I 833.33 

STAt^F ASST, TO MAY 15 <V,254.70 

PERSONAL "SECRETARY, 5,916.A8 

STAFF ASST, 5,157.72 

STAFF ASST, 4,488.30 

STAFF ASST, 3,100.25 

STAFF ASST, 6,001.56 

lEGIS ASST, 6,895.92 



OFFICE OF HON. HENRY' S. RFLfSS 

COOPER, MARIIVN N 

DANNHFISSER, RALPH 
FHRHART, OERORAH « 
FRIFOER, JUOY MORRIS 
GARONFR, CHARLES S 
GOENS, RICHARD W 
GROVES, LINDA LEE 
HERREMIG, JAMES E 
JENSEN, AUnopY G 
LFWIS, VIVIAN H 
MCCARTHY, RICHARD 
NOVir, JAMFS E 
QSHEA, MAURA F 
PEARSON, CONSTANCE M 
ROBINSON, DONALD L 
ROBINSON, SARA MOORE 
SANTELLF, NANCY J 
SIMON, LILLIAN R 
STEVENSON, MFPRIL 
TEHAN, ROBERT E, JR 
VFUniFR, JAMFS M 



DISTRICT AIDE, TO JAN. 31 ANO OIST 

FIELD PEP, FROM FEB. 1 4,874.33 

LEGIS ASST 9,000.02 

CLERK, 1,750.00 

PPFSS SFCPETARY, 5,583.34 

PFSEAPCH ASST, TO JAN. 31 490.99 

DISTRICT STAFF ASST, 1,000.02 

PERSONAL SFCTY TO AA , 4,707.66 

DIST ASST, FROM JUNE 1 708.33 

DIST ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 .. 800.00 

LEGISLATIVE ASST, FROM JUNF 12 475.00 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM MAY 1 TO JUNF 15 .. 150.00 

DISTRICT AIDF, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 .. 357.67 

PEP«:ONAL SEC^Y TO MC , 4,866.66 

APPOINTMENT SFCTY, 6,149.98 

ADM ASST, 13,175.00 

IFGAL ASST, 6,199.30 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

SECRETARY, 4,208.3"^ 

LEGIS ASST, FROM MAY 6 1,833.33 

DISTRICT OFFICE SECY, 1,650.00 

LEGIS ASST, TO MAY 31 9,216.68 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN J. RHODES 

ALKIRE, ALMA ASFNATH 
DE^ENZO, RITA M 
DORNAN, JAMES E, JR 
nOSSEY, ROBFRT L 
MCCONNEIL, "OBFRT A, J 
MILLER, STEPHEN W 
POSEY, CLARA 8EPNICE 
PROUTY, PFRRIE LEE 
RAY, OLIVE N 
RURINO, STEPHEN CARL 
SCANLAN, ROBERT J 
STEWART, ANN CECFLIA 
VONDORN, LUCYLE S 



AOWl ASST, 14,219.40 

SECRETARY, 9,691.08 

RF<;EARCH ASST, 1,975.62 

CONGPFSSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNF 1 .... 300.00 

LEGIS AIDE, 8,862.00 

INTERN, FROM MAY 15 460.00 

SFCRET«PY, 8,081.10 

SFCRFTAPY, 4,483.74 

RECEPTIONIST, 6,829.80 

TLERK, 1,054.98 

DIST REP., 8,963.16 

SECRETARY, 2,516.16 

SFCFTARY, 3,481.50 



OFFICF OF HON. DONALD W. PIFGLF, JP. 



BLAKF, CAOL W 
BRHNELL, DAVID D 
CUMMINGS, KATHLEEN ANN 
DAUNIS, JOY ANNE 
DURHAM, LELIA P 

FINKELSTEIN, LISA 
HOGAN, M ANGELA 
HOTCHKISS, NANCY 



KFNFRSON, MARTHA LYNNF 



ADMIN ASST, TO MAY 31 AND FROM JUNE '^ 

DIST STAFF RECEPTIONIST, FROM APRIL 1 

RECEPTIONIST, 

SFCRFTARY, TO JAN. 31 AND DIST STAFF 

ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 

LEGIS ASST, 

FED AID ASST, 

SFCRFTARY, TO FFB. 29 AND LEGIS AIDE, 
FROM MARCH I TO MAY 31 AND LEGIS ASST, 

CROM JUNE 1 

CA-^F WORKER, 



14,960.00 

14,415.48 

1,675.01 

3,751.18 

1,408.34 
5,166.68 
5,416.68 



3,266.55 
4,333.34 



102 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

oPFir.F DF HHN. OnNALO W. RIFnifl, J". - rON'TIMUFn 

NOTHnFF, K\'^HFRINF J DTST STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 31 AND 

niSTPICT SFCTV, FROM FFP. 1 t3,916.68 

S'iOLRR, K4THLEFN EXFC SFCRETARY, 5,1?A.Q9 

SCHLU^JnT, VIRGINIA MONA <;tAFF ASST, FROM FFB. I TO MAOCH 31 

AND LFGISLATIVF AS<;T, FROM JUNE 1 .... I,6q3."'5 

SHARD, J4MES GIST RFRRESFNTATI VF , 7,333.3A 

VTSSER, PAUI C niSTPICT ASST, TO JAN. 31 562.42 

WEST, NANCY L OI<;tpICT CASEWORKER, 5,3?7.52 

WILKTN^ON, DEAN M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

OFFICF OF HON. RAY ROBERTS 

ALLFN, CLRY T, JR CLERK, 6,330.00 

AUSTIN, VIFKY LYNN CLERK, 4,642.02 

BLANK, JOHN H CLERK, crhm MAY 10 1,105. no 

I30YFR, LINDA A CLERK, 5,538.48 

GEARY, JOHN EDWARD CLERK, TO JAN. 15 300.00 

GLnVER, MARTHA ANN CLFRK, 6,382.50 

HUNT, JACLYN A CLERK, TQ MARCH 31 AND SECTY-STENO, 

FROM APRIL 1 4,04=i.02 

JONES, ROLAND C, JR CLERK, TO APRIL 30 AND. SECR FT ARY, FROM 

MAY 1 7,584.98 

KIMRROUGH, LORRAINE M FXEC SECTY, TO APRIL 30 6,927.68 

LEDFORn, SUZANNE COX CLERK, FROM MAY 10 TO JUNE 10 1,^^33.33 

MCCALFB, MARJORIF B CLF^K, 5,433.00 

OLSFN, MARTHA L CLFRK, 3,165.00 

RICHARDSON, JFAN ANN CLERK, 3,955.98 

ROSS, HELEN J CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 1,500.00 

WILLIAMS, JAMES 3 CLE^K, 4,999.9P 

WILLIS, CATHE^INF H CLERK, 3,793.00 

OFFICF OF HON. J. KENNETH ROBINSON 

BEAN, MATILDA C SFCRFJARY, 6,055.^18 

8RFNGLE, FRANCES L STFNHGP APHER , 1,<574.4B 

RURKHOLDER, BETTY B STAFF ASST, 3,798.00 

CR4N0ALL, JANNA SEFCTK RECEPTIONIST, TO MARCH •»! AND 

SFCPFT4PV, FROM APRII 5 4,223.00 

DANIFIS, JANICF FLLEN CLERK-TYPIST, 3,534.00 

NINES, RUBVF e SECRETARY, 5,269.50 

HUTCHINSON, HARVEY E STAFF ASST, 7,226.52 

KARP, SUSAN H CLERK TYPIST, TO FEB. 6 706.80 

KOSKI, JFANNF CLERK, TO JAN. 31 100.00 

MARRY, PONALD L CONGRE SSION At INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 .... 260.00 

MATHISEN, CHRIS ADMIN ASST, 15,300.00 

MCMAHON, JAMES V STAFF AS'^T, f>, 066.00 

MORRIS, CHERYL F SECPET4PY, FROM MARCH 6 2,236.10 

STEWART, MADELINE A CLERK, FROM JUNE 5 281.67 

STQUGHTON, RENATA KUH CL ERK-TYPT "ST , FROM MAY 8 565.33 

TANCYUS, JACOUELYNE M «;ECPETARY, 2,215.50 

OFFICE OF HON. HOWARD W. R^BISON 

BLAKESLEE, ANNE C 3,600.00 

CALKINS, JOHN T 2,657.12 

CLAREY, OONAin A CLERK, FROM MAY 1 1,000.00 

COLEMAN, iJARIAN JOYCE STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM JUNF 1 250.00 

CROWLEY, JOSEPH E 8,500,02 

FIT7GFRALD, KAREN S PFRS SECTY, , 5,899.98 

GOLDMAN, PATRICIA A STAFJ^ ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 1,7'^0.00 

HINPICHSFN, HFLENF » 1,663.98 

INGPAHAM, CHAPLES ADM ASST, 14,274.9-3 

OPASIN, CHARLFS J CLERK, TO APRIL 30 766.68 

PHILIPSBORN, HFLFN W SPECIAL ASST, 7,500.00 

SIEGFL, LAWRENCE E LFGIS ASST, 6,000.00 

SULLIVAN, MARTHA CONGRESS I ONAI INTERN, FROM JUNE I .... 300.00 

TOREY, AL3ERT T CLERK, 5,700.00 

WALSH, ANNE MARIF SECRETARY, 4,624.98 



103 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Co ntinued 

OFFTCF OF HON. PFTFR H. ROOINO, JR. 

ARMSTRONG, SHEILA CLERK, TO MARCH ^1 $1,500.00 

BAUMG4RT, MERLE ADMIN ASST, 9,R33.3A 

8ETHFA, CAROLYN T CLERK, FROM APRIL I TO MAY 31 AND FROM 

JUNF 5 1,161.12 

BOTTGE, MICHAEL W CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 TO JUNE 8 661.12 

BRAUNSTEIN, SUSAN CLERK, 3,916.68 

DANDRE, LOIS CLERK, 7,166.66 

DECHAMBEAU, SONJA L CLERK, 4,200.02 

OENFV, EVA J CLERK, 7,166.66 

JOHNSON, ARLFNE E CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 1,550.01 

REYNOLDS, DOROTHY TO APRIL 30 2,396.72 

SCOTT, JEANNE A CLERK, 1,816.66 

SINCAVITZ, SANDRA 5,901.30 

STANGO, MARGARET A 6,428.58 

SURIANO, ANTHONY M ASSISTANT-CLERK, 10,166.66 

THOMPSON, ROBERT R CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 600.00 

TROLLINGER, PATRICIA M 5,213.40 

WALSH, KAREN L CLERK, 4,750.02 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT A. ROE 

BECK, VICTORY S SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

BLAKE, PFTER J, JR CLERK, FROM MAY 1 1,666.66 

BURKE, WILLIAM V 6,107.34 

CASALE, MICHAEL 4,987.77 

CRAIG, THOMAS F CLERK, 2,100.00 

DEROSA, ANGELA 6,366.66 

FIORILLA, JOHN K CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

GONZALEZ, MILDRED L CLERK, 2,958.33 

GURISIC, GRACE A 5,991.54 

JOHNSON, GLENN CLERK, 4,833.32 

KATZ, LINDA EILEEN 1,145.58 

MADOFF, FLORENCE CLERK, 4,458.33 

MARAZZO, KATHPYN M CLERK, 10,000.02 

MCLELLAN, BRUCE M CLERK, 4,416.67 

ORTIZ, VIRGINIA CLAIRE 5,162.64 

WFNTZ, OLGA S 8,503.44 

OFFICE OF HON. PAUL G. ROGERS 

BOYNTON, KATHERINE E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNF 1 .... 300.00 

BRAGG, REBECCA LEAH 5,339.46 

CALLAHAN, LINDA G SECRETARY-DISTRICT OFFICE, TO JAN. 31 

AND DIST OFF SECTY, FROM FEB. 1 3,267.82 

COLLINS, PAULINE V SECRETARY, 4,160.34 

DARLSON, JOHN A ADMASST, 11,411.40 

GLISSON, JO ANNE RECEPTIONIST-SECRETARY, 3,956.28 

HALL, ELIZABETH M 6,943.32 

JOHNSTON, ROBERT M LEGIS ASST, 4,219.98 

MAHER, ROBERT W AOMIN ASST, 13,206.96 

MICA, DANIEL A DIST ASST, TO JAN. 31 AND DIST OFF 

ASST, FROM FEB. 1 8,213.37 

REED, CAROL D PERSONAL SECRETARY, 8-,578.62 

ROOD, JACQUELINE N SECY-PART TIME, 1,054.98 

STARKEY, BETTE A SFCY-RECEPTTONI ST , 5,339.46 

OFFICE OF HON. TENO RONCALIO 

ARNOLD, OLGA MOORE RESEARCH ASST, TO FEB. 29 AND FROM 

APRIL 1 2,833.34 

BACLAWSKI, MATTHEW DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE, 3,150.00 

BAGLEY, WILLIAM D FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, FROM FFB. 1 TO 

FEB. 29 AND FROM JUNE 1 1,650.00 

BURWELL, MARGARET MARIE ASST OFFICE MGP , 5,158.35 

DYE, SHARON S OFFICE MGR , TO JAN. 31 AND SECTY, FROM 

MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 800.00 

FRANKS, JACOUELINE RAE ASSISTANT PRESS SEC, 5,158.35 

GAGE, LEONA S SECRETARY, 1,800.00 

GENTRY, CHARLES WAYNE FIELD REP, FROM JUNE 1 1,166.67 

GILLITZER, MILDRED M FIELD REP, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 .... 500.00 

GROSSMAN, LEONARD RESEARCH ASST, TO JAN. 31 1,000.00 

HANSCUM, ARTHUR T FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, FROM JUNE 1 .... 500.00 

HINCKLEY, C S ADMIN ASST, TO JAN. 31 1,000.00 



104 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICF OF HON. TENO RONCALIO - CONTINUED 

K^RP&N, KATHLEEN M PRESS SECRETARY, TO APRIL 30 AND 

PRESS SEC/FIELD MGR, FROM MAY 1 

LEIMBACK, HARRY E FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, FROM MARCH 1 TO 

MARCH 31 AND FIELD ASST, FROM MAY 1 TO 
MAY 31 

MCDANIFL, RODGER E FIELD OFFICE MGR, 

MCGREGOR, STEPHEN RESEARCH ASST, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 .. 

MEYER, MARY ETTA LEGFSLATIVF ASST, TO APRIL 30 AND 

LEGIS ASST/OFFFCE MGR, FROM MAY 1 .... 

MORROW, STFPHANIF A ROBO OPERATOR, FROM MAY 16 

MURPHY, MAUREEN M SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 AND ASST CASE 

WORKER, FROM JUNE 1 

RICHARD, LORETTA RESEARCH ASST, 

RIKARO, CATHERINE B OFFICE MGR, TO APRIL 30 

R0n7INAK, EDWARD J CONSULTANT, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 . 

STPEEPER. RETTY FIELD OFFICE SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 . 

WHAM, DAVID B RESEARCH ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO MAY 31 . 

WINGERTER, TERRY FIELD REP, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 AND 

FIELD ASST, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

HFFICF OF HON. FRED B. ROONEY 

ANELLO, DIANE D FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

BAURKOT, SUSAN G 

CLINE, JAMES GARNER FROM JUNE 19 

DIEHL, DEBORAH W CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 14 ... 

EDGERLEY, CANDACF S 

ETTINGER, CHARLES W 

FINUCANE, MARGARET ANN FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 

GERHART, MILDRED K 

GOMBOSI, LOUIS 

GRIM, OTTILIE DENISE 

HICKEY, ANN 

HUBER, RAY A 

IDUKAS, CONRAD HAWK 

LYONS, HELEN E CLERK-TYPIST, 

NOLL, MARGUERITE D 

SALMON, JOHN J 

VANSANT, NANCY J FROM JUNE 1 

WILLETS, ELMORE A, III 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN J. ROONEY 

8ASILE, MILLIF 

BYRNE, EDWARD D CLERK, 

DENAVE, SALVATORE CLERK, 

ELLFR, MARK A CLERK, 

GALLO, JOHN N 

GIBLIN, MAE H CLERK, 

HIRSCH, BERTHA 

JACKSON, JACOULYN R CLERK, 

MILLER, MARY A FXFC SECRETARY, 

NIVENS, JENALEE ADMIN ASST, 

RAIOLA, ANTHONY 

RIZZUTTO, VINCENT CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 

SCHER, JOSEPH CLERK, 

SHAW, SUSAN L CLERK, TO FEB. 29 

OFFICE OF HON. BENJAMIN S. ROSENTHAL 

BARASH, PETER S LEGIS ASST, 

BLOOMFIELD, DOUGLAS M LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, 

8RUSTEIN, ARLENE A STAFF ASST, 

CHRISSOS, LOUISE J 

CULHANE, MARGARET M STAFF ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 . 

DAVIS, MARY W 

DONNELLY, LINDA JE«N STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 20 

FFLDM4N, ROBERT P STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM APRIL 1 

GOLDENTHAL, MICHAEL B 

GORDON, RACHEL CONGRFSSI ONAI INTERN, FROM JUNE 4 .... 

GRFLL, BARBARA G STAFF ASST, TO FEB. 21 

HOCHBERG, HENRY STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 31 



t9,B16.66 



1,133.33 
5,275.02 
1,000.00 

9,816.66 
750.00 

3,958.34 
5,050.02 
6,400.00 
1,000.00 
2,000.00 
3,333.32 

1,000.00 



750.00 
5,229.18 

216.67 

170.00 
4,810.82 
4,319.10 
1,500.00 
4,2 64.86 
5,716.67 
4,078.75 
5,752.07 
13,072.93 
4,873.94 
3,921.65 
8,628.15 
6,330.00 

533.33 
4,497.87 



3,474.12 
9,103.98 
3,263.16 
8,202.66 
3,462.12 
5,711.70 
2,381.70 
2,245.98 
8,277.78 
15,289.02 
2,817.90 
4,725. 16 
4,019.52 
2,021.80 



11,287.50 
7,822.50 
3,825.00 
7,200.00 

650.00 

12,499.98 

2,020.00 

948.00 
8,950.02 

270.00 
1,076.66 

156.00 



105 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. RENJftMIN S. ROSENTHAL - CONTINUED 

JOSEPH, BftRRiRA LYNN STAFF ^SST, FROM FEB. ?2 TO MARCH 7 

AND FROM APRIL 1 

KRAIISE, PATRICIA A STAFF ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TQ FEB. 29 AND 

ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 

METZGER, ILSE STAFF ASST, TO MARCH 31 

NEGLEY, MARY CHRISTINE STAFF ASST, 

ORTEGA, ELIZABETH LEE STAFF ASST, 

POLITI, JUNE E STAFF AS<;T, 

SCHACHTER, ANN B STAFF ASST, 

SIEDLECKI, FRANCINE H STAFF ASST, 

WEISS, ELAINE F STAFF ASST, FROM APRIL 1 

OFFICE OF HON. DAN ROSTENKOWSKI 

BIAL4SIFWICZ, JOSEPH F FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 

BURTON, DONNA FROM JUNE 1 

CHMIELEWSKI, NANCY A 

DRAGON, MICHAEL 

FLETCHER, ADA M CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 31 

FLETCHER, VIRGINIA C 

GABINSKI, LEO 

GAN7ER, DORA FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 

GOGOL A, PHILLIP 

HEALEY, JAMES C, JR 

HOJNOWSKI, JOANNA TO JAN. 31 AND FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 .. 

JASNOWSKI, CARROLL A 

KIANKA, BARBARA R 

KOENIG, JOHN, JR TO JAN. 31 

LEVATINO, ADRIENNE M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

LEVIN, LEONARD L FROM MAY 1 

LIE9ERMAN, KAREN J 

MCPHAN, KATHLEEN ANN FROM FEB. I TO MAY 31 

NEGA, WALTER J 

S080LEWSKI, PATRICIA A FROM MARCH 1 TO MAY 31 

STUMP, MARY JUDITH FROM JUNE 1 

TUCK, PATRICIA A CLERK TYPIST, 



t637.78 

1,015.25 
624.99 
4,437.51 
3,232.50 
1,300.02 
2,899.98 
6,025.02 
624.99 



860.58 
1,093.93 
3,499.98 
8,185.60 

200.00 
6,499.98 
1,249.98 

600.00 
3,060.00 
9,516.66 

795.60 
4,512.48 

600.00 
1,366.67 

300.00 
2,000.00 
3,400.02 
7,500.00 
15,300.00 
2,271.16 
1,500.00 
3,233.34 



OFFICE OF HON. J. EDWARD ROUSH 

AMES, SUSAN J CASE WORKER, TO MAY 31 AND STAFF 

ASST/CASE WORKER, FROM JUNE 5 

BARNETT, CAROLYN SECRETARY, TO APRIL 14 

COLER, THOMAS E ADMIN ASST, 

COLLINS, PAMELA A SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

CRAIG, TIMOTHY R STAFF ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 . 

DELAPLANE, MARY ALYCE SECRETARY, 

DESISTI, JUDITH ANN SECRETARY, 

KENNELL, SUSAN JANE CASE WORKER, TO JAN. 15 

LEETH, S TIMOTHY SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 

LOVF, TANDRA H SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 20 

METTLER, JOSEPH H FIELD SECRETARY, TO FEB. 29 AND STAFF 

■ ASST, FROM APRIL 1 

MORRISON, JAMFS B FIELD SECRETARY, 

OCALLAGHAN, PHYLLIS LEGIS ASST, 

ROTHBERG, DEBORAH A SECRETARY, 

RUEKBERG, JILL SECRETARY, 

STEWART, LOIS J SECRETARY, 

TERRETTA, DOROTHEA ANN CLERK, 

TONSING, BETTY K STAFF ASST, FROM MARCH 6 

WELCH, NANCY A PRESS AIDE / SECRETARY, 

YFHL, MARY ARLEEN SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN H. ROUSSELOT 

ADAMS, MARIE E SECRETARY, 

BOYD, DOUGLAS R YOUTH COORDINATOR, 

BYERS, WILLIAM TO MARCH 31 

CRUTCHFIELD, JOANN R CLERK-TYPIST, TO MARCH 31 

CURLL, DOROTHY KELLER SECRETARY, 

HARPER, H DONALD ADM ASST, 



4,155.54 
2,041.54 
8,749.98 

600.00 
1,000.00 
4,000.02 
4,150.02 

354.17 
3,750.00 
1,420.00 

1,500.00 
7,500.00 
8,749.98 
3,850.02 
3,766.65 
4,708.35 
810.00 
2,172.24 
3,875.00 
2,850.00 



6,483.34 
1,200.00 
1,501.44 
300.00 
4,099.98 
13,999.98 



106 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFTCF OF HPM. JOHN H. POllSSELOT - CONTINUEn 



JENKINS, K4REN L 

JOHNSON, CR4IG H 
KfiZEN, DI4NF C 
KRatlFL, K4THRYN A 
LEMASTFRS, e VYONNE 
M/\CLF4N, MALCOLM J, JR 
MTCHALESKI, NANCY POPE 
N0NNFNM4CHER, NTCH0L4S 
OLSON, SYDNEY J 
POWELL, CATHERINE R 
REINKE, MARY LOUISE 
WEISEND, D4UL F 



OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM R. ROY 

AITKEN, JDOITH BURRUS 
BFRSCHFIDT, TIMOTHY R 

BILES, BRIAN 
BROAONAX, WALTER D 
BROWN, 0EBR4 LEE 
CARTER, OAVIS B 
DUFFCNS, MADELINE A 
DUNN, PATRICIA A 
ELLINGER, JEFF 
FAIRBANK, DIANE 
HARPER, SUZANNE 
H0L7MEISTEP, LORETTA M 
KRUSF, LINDA ANNE 
MILLER, CLAUDIA D 
MONTGOMERY, MARCIA M 
NEISES, THERESA G 
OCHS, CATHERINE C 
PENDERGAST, PAUL E 
ROSE, JAMES I 



TIERNEY, MARY R 
WATSON, TERRY D 



W0LG4ST, LARRY E 
YOUNG, J4MFS A 



CLERK-TYPIST, TO FEB. 79 AND 
RECEPTIONIST-TYPIST, FROM MARCH 1 .... 
CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 26 ... 

SECRETARY, 

DISTRICT SECRETARY, 

EXEC SECRETARY, 

PRESS ASST, 

LEGIS SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 

LEGIS ASST, 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JAN. ?<k 

SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 

SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 12 

CONSULTANT, FROM APRIL 1 

OFFICE MANAGER, 

SPECIAL ASST, TO APRIL TO 4N0 PRESS 

SECTY, FOOM MAY 1 

RESEARCH ASST, 

RESEARCH ASST, TO MARCH 31 

CLERICAL ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 1 

RESEARCH ASST, TO JAN. 31 

CLERK, TO MARCH 31 

SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 

CLERK, TO MAY 31 

CASE WORKER, 

SECTY-DIST OFF, FROM APRIl 1 

SECRETARY, 

LEGIS ASST, TO MAY 31 

lEGIS A«:ST, 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM MAY 1 

EXEC SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY, 

ADMIN ASST, 

DISTRICT ADMIN ASST, TO FEB. 29 AND 
SPECIAL ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 

AND FROM JUNE 1 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM FEB. 1 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 

3 

0I":TRICT ADMIN ASST, FROM MARCH 1 .... 
CONGRESSIONAL INTFRN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 



t3,541.68 
50.00 
3,000.00 
6,400.00 
7,500.00 
4,375.02 
1,041.67 
8,166.66 
3,312.49 
1,800.00 
570.00 
1,500.00 



4,441.65 

4,400.00 
6,000.00 
1,483.98 
300.00 
500.00 
1,425.00 
1,249.33 
1,750.00 
3,749.99 
1,350.00 
1,650.00 
3,541.65 
4,291.6 5 
1,050.00 
7,500.00 
2,850.00 
13,982.04 



6,315.36 
1,350.00 

774.34 

7,291.00 

300.00 



OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD R. ROYBAL 

AVILA, EDWARD J FIELD DEPUTY, 

CARMONA, RALPH C CONGRF<;s I ONAL INTFRN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

GARCIA, YVONNE TO MARCH 31 

IGNATIUS, CLARA 

JOHNSON, ROGER C FROM FEB. 1 

LEWIS, DIANE L SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 

MALDONADO, DANIEL C 

MOLONY, MICHAEL JAMES SPECIAL ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 

RE4, VERA J 

ROMERO, HELEN 

STARK, SYLVIA D 

STERLING, BARBARA E 

WASHINGTON, JACQUELINE SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. HAROLD L. RUNNELS 

ALMANZA, MARIA AVITA CLERK, 

ANAYA, JOHN A CLERK, TO MAY 31 

CHILDDESS, SHIRLEY C RECEPTIONIST 

DENISON, JIM AREA PEP, TO MAY 15 

DUDLEY, OBERT NORLAN AREA PEP, TO MAY 15 

FLORFS, DAVID E AREA REP, FROM JUNE 1 

GLIDDFN, TIMOTHY W LEGIS ASST, 

GOUt D, JUDITH D CLERK-TYPIST, 

HAPKF, LILY CAROLYN SECRETARY, 

HAPKE, RICHARD DWAIN ADMIN ASST, 



7,174.02 
300.00 
1,582.50 
10,015.02 
5,000.00 
1,899.99 
7,648.98 
2,400.00 
5,380.50 
5,088.00 
3,925.02 
6,520.02 
4,219.98 



3,775.00 
2,625.00 
3,925.00 
4,725.00 
4,500.00 
1,050.00 
8,600.00 
3,900.00 
4,400.00 
10,200.00 



107 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30. 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HQM. HAROLD L. RUNNFL<: - CONTIMUFD 

HFNME5SEF, DAVID A PRESS 4IDF, TO MA^CH 14 «2,0';5.S5 

KIRK, DENNY L SFrRETAPY, FROM MAv 16 1,000.00 

MASSAD, STFPHEN A CONOpF "^SI ON AL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1? ... 190.00 

MAUS, JANET N PRESS-EXFC SFCTY, EROKfl MARCH I =; TO MAY 

31 2,111.10 

MAYNEZ, ROSFM^RIE SECRETARY, 4,400.00 

MICHAEL, JO'^EPH TOBIAS AREA PEP, 6,O50.'^0 

MO'"',AN, LARRY L PRESS SECPETAOY, FROM MAY 15 2,10«.33 

PMTMAN, NETTIF LOUISE SECRETARY, 2,160.00 

SANDERS, CHARLOTTE L SFCTY, FROM FFR. 1 2,000.00 

SFOTILO, FRO M, JR FIELD REP., 3,450.00 

VALENCIA, RMOOLPH K AREA REP, 4,850.00 

HEFICF OF HON. PHILIP E. RIJPPE 

OAWSON, JO ANNE B SECRETARY, 3,798.00 

DOUGLAS, HUBERT GENE, II AS^T, TO JUNF 10 1,922.67 

ENRIGHT, K4THERINE ANNE CASEWORKER, , 3,796.26 

ESCH, EMILY S SECRETARY, FROM MAY 18 573.33 

EAROAND, CHRISTOPHER ADMIN ASST, 13,212.00 

GUSLER, DOROTHY J PROJECTS ASST, 6,197.07 

MADDEN, STEVEN C STAFF ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO MARCH 15 .. 450.00 

HILLEGONDS, PAUL C LFGIS ASS^, 5,011.50 

KRUGER, FREDRICK K STAFF ASST, FROM MAY 1 700.00 

LASKO, CAROL JOAN CASE WORKER, 4,966.65 

MCCARTAN, GARY STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 541.67 

MILLER, KATHLEEN A SECTY, 4,219.98 

NICHOLLS, DALE WILLIAM STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 22 650.00 

PREWITT, ELIZABETH LEGIS SFCTY, TO APRIL 30 2,615.43 

RHEAULT, EVELYN RUTH DISTRICT ASST, 3,450.00 

RICHARDSON, JULIA R LEGIS SECTY, FROM MAY 1 2,083.34 

RICHARDSON, WILLIAM B STAFF ASST, FROM MAY 1 1,333.34 

STILWELL, DIAN SIMPSON STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 26 41.67 

STITT, CAROL PFSPARCH ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO MAY 31 . 5,000.00 

WOODS, MILLTCFNT W RESEARCH ASST, TO JUNE 15 5,439.^4 

OFFICE OF HON. EARL B. RUTH 

BPLL, MARILYN R CLERK, 6,000.00 

RUTLEP, BARBARA J CLF^K, FROM MARCH 20 TO MARCH '1 183.33 

DEARBORN, MARY CLERK, TO MAY 31 1,083.35 

OUNGAN, OEADERICK C CLERK, 5,550.00 

GOODRICH, GLENDA M CLERK, TO FEB. 29 1,333.34 

INMAN, RUTH CLERK, 3,499.9? 

JOHNSON, CYNTHIA CLERK, 3,799.98 

LOPP, JAMES IRVIN CLERK, 3,799.98 

MACKERT, LKLIF F H CLERK, 5,149.98 

MARTIN, NORMAN D LEGIS ASST, 9,250.02 

MODIY, ILHNA CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 350.00 

NIELSEN, SHERYL G CLF^K, FROM JAN. 26 2,699.99 

NORTHERN, JAYNF CLERK,. 3,700.02 

REED, KARFN CLE^K, 4,249.98 

STAHL, MARY ELLEN RECEPTIONIST, FROM MA^CH 23 TO APRIL 

30 AND CLERK, FROM v.'iY 1 2>005.54 

THAYN, JUNF R AD" ASST, 15,300.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM F. RYAN 

BAORETT, CHERYL MARDIS SECRETARY, 4,150.00 

BARROW, MATTIE H SFCRFTARY, FROM JUNF 1 625.00 

DIAZ, SYLVIA C SECRETARY, 4,750.0i^ 

EDWASDS, MICHAEL DEAN SPECIAL ASST, TO "AY 31 AND STAFF 

ASST, FROM JUNE 1 6,442.00 

FAUST, JEAN ENVIRONMENTAL ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO 

MARCH 31 1,140.00 

GAPTENRERG, EDWARD STAFF ASST, PROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 797.00 

GOLDSTEIN, JESSICA STAFF ASST, FROM APRIL 1 1,794.00 

GROSS, SUSANNAH D DISTRICT ASST, 6,214.00 

GUTMAN, JEFFREY STEIN STAFF ASST, 5,476.00 



108 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



nFFICF DF HON. WILLIAM F. 

K4R0FMAN, RITA 

LANDER, DAWN G 
MARSHALL, JOSEPH R 
MILES, JEANNE Y 
MILLER, LYNN E 
MORGAN, JENNIFER SUE 
MORIARTY, JOHN W 
onSIN, DANIEL Q, JR 
POWERS, SHARON CECELIA 
ROTHSTEIN, MARILYN 
TEUTSCH, FRIKA 
THORNTON, PEGGY L 
VINCENT, MARY E 
WATERS, JOHN A 

WFISE, SELENE HARDING 



\H - CONTINUED 

STAFF ASST, TO MAY 31 AND STAFF AIDE, 

FROM JUNE 1 t2,422.00 

SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 .. 2,000.00 

STAFF ASST, 2,904.00 

STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 31 880.00 

SECRETARY, 3,432.00 

LEGIS SECTY, TO MAY 31 2,520.00 

STAFF AIDE, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 TSO.OO 

LEGISLATIVE ASST, TO MARCH 31 3,518.00 

SECRETARY, 5,776.00 

SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 .. 1,405.00 

ADMIN ASST, 12,382.00 

SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 420.00 

PE^RSONAL SECTY, 5,452.00 

LEGISLATIVE AIDE, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 

29 622.00 

SECTY, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 AND FROM 

APRIL 1 1,275.00 



OFFICE OF HON. FERNAND J. ST. GERMAIN 



BAMBER, RUTH H 
BROCK, PATRICIA A 
CAMPBELL, AARON R 
DEMFRS, JANICE H 
GAUGHAN, JUDITH A 
GOLDMAN, PETFR LINN 
GRFENF, JANET ANN 
LIARD, IRENE C 
MAHONEY, MICHAEL JOHN 
MOLLOY, ROSEANN T 
OGASSIAN, MARTIN 
PARTINGTON, WILLARO F 
PATCHELL, PATRICIA A 
RFILLY, JAMFS F 

RIOUX, ALFRED J 
RONAN, CATHERINE M 
SCANLON, JOSEPH 
SHELTON, JOWANDA 
SUGARMAN, JOFL S 



PERSONAL SECTY, 3,675.00 

SECRETARY, 3,640.02 

ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 1 500.00 

SECRETARY, TO MARCH 17 1,891.67 

SECRETARY, TO JAN. 7 136.11 

ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 1 433.33 

SECRETARY, 5,250.00 

SECRETARY, 4,249.98 

AIDE, 5,250.00 

SECRETARY, FROM JAN. 21 TO FEB. 9 .... 369.44 

ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 15 715.56 

DISTICT OFFICE EXEC SECRETARY, 6,300.00 

SECRETARY, FPOM MARCH 2 2,563.89 

STAFF ASST, AND CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, 

FROM JUNE 1 2,599.98 

ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO MARCH 31 1,666.66 

SECTY, 3,949.98 

ADMIN ASST, 10,624.98 

EXEC SECRETARY 7,800.00 

ASSISTANT, 6,750.00 



OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES W. SANDMAN, JR. 



ALTMAN, LONNIE 

BRECHT, PATRICIA K 
COLDREN, JAMES FREDRICK 
CORRADO, JANICE 
CORTESE, CYNTHIA K 
DAVIS, NATHAN W, JR 
HUNT, EDWIN W 
KEMENOSH, JOHN R 
MATALUCCI, PHILIP R 
MORRELL, BERNICE HAND 
MURPHY, JOSEPH V 
PELUSO, LOUISF T 
RHODES, DONALD C 
ROBERTS, FLORENCE S 
SPOLTORE, JOHN J 
STAHL, CLAIRE 
TIDMAN, REBECCA T 
VAGNOZZI, DOROTHY W 
VANOERBILT, MARJORIE W 
WINNICK, DIANE L 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 TO 

JUNE 19 190.00 

CASE WORKER, FROM APRIL 16 1,770.83 

PRESS SECTY, 9,499.98 

TO APRIL 30 1,109.32 

SECRETARY, 3,700.02 

DISTRICT REP, 4,399.98 

DIST EXEC SECTY, 4,050.00 

SP ASST OLDER AMERICANS, FROM MAY 1 .. 1,000.00 

DISTRICT SECTY, 2,650.02 

DIST. SECRETARY, 3,049.98 

DISTRICT SECTY 4,701.53 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 20 ... 110.00 

DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH, 4,500.00 

DIST SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

DISTRICT SUPERVISOR, 8,400.00 

CASEWORKER, FROM JAN. 6 TO APRIL 15 .. 3,055.57 

APPOINTMENTS SFCTY, TO FEB. 24 1,125.00 

ADM ASST, , 9,799.98 

LEGIS ASST, 4,650.00 

APPTS SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 6 2,395.83 



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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. PAUL S. 5;ARBANFS 

ARCHIBALD, JAMES K RESEARCH ASST, TO FEB. 15 AND FROM 

JUNE I $2,500.00 

BROOKS, PEGGY ANN TO APRIL 30 2,800.00 

CARR, CATHERINE JUDITH SECRETARY, 2,100.00 

FARAONE, BARBARA S SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 350.00 

GIBBS, EMILY HOPKINS FROM APRIL 1 62A.99 

GRAMS, BRUCF W FROM MARCH I TO APRIL 30 2,091.67 

GURTLFR, DEBRA JEAN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 15 ... 160.00 

KERR, CHARLES M 7,350.00 

KILADIS, NICHOLAS J AO«IN ASST, 8,899.98 

LAZEROV, JEANIE M CASEWORKER, 5,700.00 

LEONE, SHELLY A FROM JUNE 19 266.67 

LINTZERIS, LINDA J FROM JUNE 1 350.00 

LUCKI, MARY ANN SECRETARY, 3,775.00 

MARUOAS, PETER N AOMIN ASST, 13,962.50 

MILLER, MURRAY LEROY FROM JUNE 1 1,000.00 

MILLHISER, FREDERICK R LFGIS ASST, 8,041.67 

NEVILLE, ANTHONY E FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 1,250.00 

PHILLIPS, SUSAN GOFF PERSONAL SECRETARY, 4,750.02 

ROSS, DOROTHY MAE RECEPTIONIST, TO JUNE 18 3,733.35 

SCHLOEDER, NICHOLAS M 4,800.00 

SCHMID, PATRICIA ANN CLERK-TYPIST, TO MAY 31 2,875.00 

OFFICE OF HON. DAVID E. SATTERFIELO, III 

CAMPEN, DONALD 0, JR RESEARCH ASST, 5,854.98 

CRANDALL, JOHN EMORY TLERKt 4,325.52 

GLENN, MARTHA COLE CLERK, 5,433.00 

HAAR, MARGARET COLWELL CLERK, 5,433.00 

HARMAN, THERESA ANN CLERK, FROM FEB. 5 3,690.54 

MCCORD, DOROTHY J TO APRIL 21 4,423.98 

MINTFR, ANNABFLLE C CLERK, 4,219.98 

R4SMUSSEN, JOHN C, JR ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 8 958.33 

REIGHARD, GARY LEE CLERK, 1,000.02 

RIDOLFBFRGER, JANF D SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 11 1,555.55 

TAYLOR, JOHN D 15,300.00 

TROY, PHYLLIS N 7,384.98 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN P. SAYLOR 

A9RAMS, MARILYN T SECTY, TO MAY 19 3,513.60 

ASHBY, VIRGINIA C CASE WORKER-SECTY , TO MAY 31 AND CASE 

WORKER, FROM JUNE 1 6,000.02 

8ALK0, JOHN M CLERK, FROM MARCH 27 TO JUNE 3 1,395.83 

BAUMGAPTNER, PEGGY R CLERK, TO APRIL 30 2,000.00 

BRUNO, JOSFOHINE JOAN CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 625.00 

DUNBAR, ANN ADM ASST, TO MARCH 31 7,648.74 

FOX, HARRY M ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

FREDERICK, WINIFRED M RECEPTIONIST, FROM MAY 15 958.33 

GENTRY, RICHARD H LEGIS ASST, 9,750.00 

LITTON, PAULETTE A SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 6 2,479.16 

LOHR, WILLIAM A SECTY, 6,250.02 

MARSDEN, PAUL D CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

NOGAY, ELAINE S RECEPTIONIST, FROM JUNE 2? 187.50 

SPALDING, AMY MARIA RECEPTI ONI ST-SECTY , 5,700.00 

SUTER, JOANNE MARIE SECTY, 5,700.00 

WISOR, RUSSELL C CLERK, FROM MAY 15 958.33 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM J. SCHERLE 

BREHENY, PATRICK J 9,000.00 

DRURY, CLAIRE TELMANIK CLERK 4,999.98 

FELD, MICHAEL J 9,000.00 

FISCHER, ANNE M 6,124.98 

FORRISTALL. GERALOINE CLERK, 3,000.00 

FRANZ, DENISF M CLERK, TO APRIL 30 826.00 

GOOS, JEANNE K CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 750.00 

GOOS, MARCIA L CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 750.00 

HANSEN, ALICE E CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 666.67 

HULTMAN, CALVIN TO MAY 13 8,866.67 

OHMAN, SUSAN HARTWELL CLERK, 4,083.34 

OLDFROG, CLARA MARIE 3,506.16 

PASSICK, DAN I CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 5,125.00 

PICKENS, DENNIS J CLERK, TO MAY 11 993.42 



no 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM J. 5CHFRLF - CONTINUED 



ORATT, BARBARA J CLERK, 

SCALLY, SUSAN E 

WILLIAMS, LUCILLE M 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES H. SCHEUFR 

ABRAMS, DORIS CASE WORKER, 

ARMSTRONG, MICHAEL A ASSISTANT, TO MARCH 31 

BRAIN, ELIZABETH MAE SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 .... 
BROWN, RICHARD A SOECIAL ASST, TO MARCH 31 AND 

ASSISTANT, FROM APRIL 1 

COHEN, DAVID M ADM ASST, 

FERBER, BETTY N SCHEDULER, FROM FEB. 1 TO MARCH 31 AND 

APPOINTMENTS SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 . 

GOGGIN, DOROTHY C ASSISTANT, 

GOLDEN, MARTHA A OFFICF MGR . , 

GOLOMBEK, EUGENE W SPECIAL ASST, 

GOTTLIEB, GERTRUDE ASSISTANT, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM APRIL 1 

TO APRIL 30 

KENNEDY, MARGARET SECY / CASE WORKER, 

KERR, GORDON C LEGIS ASST, 

KOENIG, JEROME A ASSISTANT, TO JAN. 5 AND FROM MARCH I 

TO MARCH 31 AND FROM MAY 1 

LINHARDT, ARNOLD I ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 

MERGED, JOSEPH A ASSISTANT, FROM JAN. 16 

R4R0ES, LILLIAN SECRETARY, 

PATTERSON, ELLEN PERS SECTY, TO MARCH 31 AND PERSONAL 

SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 .. 

RICHARDSON, ARTHUR COMMUNITY ASST, TO JAN. 15 

RONA, RICHARD C STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 15 

RUBIN, ROSLYN COMMUNITY AIDE, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 

AND FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 31 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN G. SCHMITZ 

BEYER, BARBARA M CASE WORKER, 

BOEHMER, RICHARD ARTHUR CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 12 ... 

BURNS, PHFBE ANN CLERK, 

CARPOLL, WARREN H LEGIS ASST 8 RESEARCHER, 

COLEMAN, TERRY LYNN CLERK, TO MAY 31 

DEUTSCH, JANE L CLERK, FROM JUNE 5 

GEIFR, ROBERT A ADM ASST, 

GILLENWATERS, JAYNE F EXEC SECRETARY, 

GUMAFR, DAVID E RESEARCH ASST, tq feB. 16 

LEAMAN, ROBERT H DIST STAFF ASST, 

MAHONEY, ROLAND D RESEARCH ASST, FROM APRIL 1 

PACE, F JUSTINE CASE WORKER, 

RTNALDI, PATRICIA V CLERK, TO MAY 31 AND PERS SECTY TO 

ADM ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

SMITH, RANDALL G DIST RESEARCH ASST, 

VOIT, WILLARD S DIST REP 

OFFICE OF HON. HERMAN T. SCHNEEBELI 

EOLER, LOUISE VOGT SECRETARY, 

FISHER, BART J STUDENT SUMMER INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 ... 

FRAZER, JEANNETTF W EXEC SECRETARY, 

KENNEDY, JEAN E CLERK, FROM MARCH 20 

KNOUSE, MARK STEPHEN CLERK, TO MAY 31 

KUNKEL, ELIZABETH M SUMMER STUDENT INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 ... 

LITTLF, C DANIEL CLERK-DISTRICT PEP, 

"ICCOLA, JEFFREY E CLFRK (PART TIMEI, TO MAY 31 

PULIZZI, PHILIP N STUDENT SUMMER INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 ... 

OUINN, HENRIETTA CLFRK 

PUNFOLA, MARY C SECRETARY, 

STAPLES, HELEN T SECRETARY, 

SULLIVAN, PAMELA J SECRETARY, 

SWANK, JOHN N PRESS ASSISTANT, 

WFRTZ, M WILLOIS SECRETARY, 



*A,500.00 
5,749.98 
'^, 007.76 



4,019.52 

3,000.51 

281.25 

13,300.00 
11,500.02 

3,080.83 
2,233.17 
6,286.67 
6,658.35 

703.99 
3,724.98 
5,749.98 

2,603.30 
2,316.68 
3,500.00 
3,799.98 

2,558.42 
208.34 
100.00 



6,592.50 

190.00 

3,835.02 

9, 139.98 

3,195.85 

505.55 

14,887.98 

6,337.50 

1,836.81 

6,000.00 

3,593.76 

6,592.50 

4,303.35 
5,352.48 
4,537.50 



5,235.00 
346.67 

10,934.68 
1,683.33 
1,625.00 

346.67 
7,783.02 
1,166.65 

346.67 
3,000.00 
8,671.18 
8,010.65 
8,010.65 
6,486.65 
8,764.98 



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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. HERMAN T. SCHNEEBFl.T - CONTINUED 



WOODWARDf JOHN A 



STUOFNT INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 AND 
CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 



OFFICE OF HON. FRED SCHWENGEL 



BOHNSACK, PAUL EDSFL, II 
BREADY, JOAN C 
BURGER, RETTY M 
CAMPBELL, CHARLES 
CLARK, A P 



CORNICK, SUSAN ANN 
FULLMER, JOHN D 
GUENTHFR, CYNTHIA 
HAR^Y, STEPHEN D 
KFLLING, SCOTT 
KRFWSON, LYLF R 
LAMFERS, LORI KAY 
MCFARLIN,' LAVONNE G 
MCINNIS, MARY 
NUSS, BETTY J 
PARKIN, JERRY 
REEVES, LINOA L 
RICHARDSON, WILLIAM B 
SCHAFE", DAVID A 
SCHIMMEL, ALLAN 
SEARS, WENDY EASTLAND 
TRENT, WILLIAM B, JR 

WIGGINS, BONITA S 



STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM JUNF 1 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNF 1 .... 

SECRETARY, 

LEGISLATIVE ASST., TO JAN. 31 

RESEARCH ASST, tq MARCH 31 AND 
RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM APRIL 1 TO 

MAY 3.1 

SECRETARY, 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM JUNE 1 , 

SECRETARY, , 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM JUNE 5 

DISTRICT ASST, FROM JUNE 1 , 

FIELD REP, , 

SECRETARY, FROM MAY 15 , 

SECRETARY, 

RESEARCH ASST, TO JAN. 31 

SECRETARY, , 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 31 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO MAY 31 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM JUNE 15 , 

AOM ASST., 

SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 , 

RESEARCH ASST., TO MAY 31 AND LEGIS 

ASST, FROM JUNE 1 , 

SECRETARY, , 



60P.33 

300.00 

6,300.00 



1,825.00 
5,200.02 

500.00 
3,700.02 

433.33 

60R.33 
6,750.00 

766.67 
3,850.02 

833.33 
4,300.02 
1,500.00 
4,999.98 
2,750.01 

266.67 

13,249.98 

3,041.65 

3,258.32 
4,000.02 



OFFICF OF HON. WILLIAM L. SCOTT 

80ARMAN, MARSHALL STAFF ASST, FROM JAN. 10 TO FEB. If 

DAVIS, JACK C ADM ASST, 

ELLIS, YVONNE M CASF WORKER, FROM FEB. 1? 

FITTING, JOAN LEGIS AIDE, 

HANCOCK, PEARL H TO JAN. 31 

HART, FLORENCE ELLEN 

HEINFY, OELPHINF PERSONAL SECRETARY 

HOPE, DOROTHY C CASE WORKER, 

MCCORMICK, JAMES H STAFF ASST 

OTTERBEIN, REBECCA W SECRETARY, 

ROBERTS, JAMES EDWARD SPECIAL ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 6 ... 

SCHARFEN, NANCY S RECEPTIONIST, 

SCOTT, GRACE L 

SITNIK, PETER S 

WALIA, CAROL S SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. KEITH G. SEBELIUS 

DEVLIN, MERRY M SECRETARY, 

DIRKS, CAROL J CLERK, FROM JUNE 15 

OODD, DIXIE LEE 

EASTIN, ROBERT F DISTRICT «OMIN ASST, 

JORGENSON, JO ANN CLERK, 

MASONER, MEREDITH ANN CLFRK, FROM JitNE 15 

OLIVER, CHLOE ELLYN 

REEDY, KAREN SUE 

ROBERTS, CHARLES P ADMIN ASST, 

SCHMUT7, DALE R CLERK, 

SCHUMACHER, PFGGY SECRETARY, FROM JAN. 20 

SULLIVAN, ANN ALGOTT OFFICE MANAGER, 

THOMPSON, MELVIN E LEGIS ASST, 

WINOSCHEFFFL, JUNE K CLERK, FROM JUNF 1 



975.00 

11,625.00 

3,861.10 

4,999.98 

812.50 

3,625.00 

5,250.00 

6,333.34 

11,625.00 

4,624.98 

4,791.67 

4,083.34 

7,500.00 

5,500.02 

1,000.02 



6,275.00 

288.89 

5,075.00 

9,833.32 

1,891.68 

288.89 

6,275.00 

3,683.35 

13,691.68 

4,974.98 

2,683.33 

8,316.68 

8,083.35 

200.00 



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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICF OF HON. JOHN F. SEIBFRLING 

ARMATTA, JUDITH D AS";T CASE WORKFR, 

■^JLLINGS, LINOA LEGI^ 4SST, 

RROWN, GEORGIA LEE EXEC SECY TO AOMIN ASST, FROM APRIL 1 

RIITLFR, A CHRISTINE ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 1 

CARLSON, KATHLEEN A CONGRF SS I ON Al INTERN, FRP*1 JIJNJE 10 ... 

CHASE, DALE HERBERT CLERK, 

CHISOLM, WILOA F EXEC SECRETARY, 

CLARK, LINDA C SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

EARHART, RHYLLIS K CLERK, 

GRIFFITH, CATMFRtNE ANN RECFRTI ON t ST , FROM JUNE 15 

KING, JAMES L, III ACCOUNTANT, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29.., 

KIRKPATRICK, OOUGLAS CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 

LIPPINCOTT, MELANIE S LEGIS SECY, 

LOl'^Z, KATHRYN JO SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 20 

MANSFIFLO, DONALD W AOMIN ASST, 

MCCARTHY, RICHARD SPECIAL ASST, TQ MARCH 31 

MILFS, LULU P SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 9 TO MARCH 31 ... 

SHENOER, STEPHEN REED PRESS AIDE, TO APRIL 30 AND 

LEGISLATIVE ANALYST, FROM MAY 1 

SIMONDS, MIRIAM STAFF ASST, 

TAYLOR, MARSHA N STUDENT INTERN-DISTRICT, FROM APRIL 5 

TO APRIL 30 

THEIL, LYNDA " CASF SUPERVISOR, TO APRIL 30 AND 

SENIOR CASE WORKFR, FROM MAY 1 

WAETJFN, JAMES R CLFRK, TO JAN. 31 

WAGAN, SHARLENE SANDRA PECEPT-CASE WORKER, TO MAY 31 

WILLINGHAM, LINDA LEE OFFICE MANAGER, TO JAN. 31 

OFFIfF OF HON. GEORGE F. SHIPLEY 

BROOKS, CAROLYN SUE CLERK, TO MAY 31 

BYRO, JERRY FRANK CLERK, 

CARTER, DAVIS BLAKE CLFRK, 

COOPER, CYNTHIA S CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

OONNELLY, LINDA JEAN RECEPTIONIST, TO MARCH 16 

ECKL, GOLDIF MAE ADM ASST, 

FERGUSON, BARBARA ANN CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

GIBSON, CHARLES L CLERK 

GIBSON, DOLORES I SECRETARY 

KINCHELOE, J GORDON CLERK, 

MILNER, HAROLD LEON CLERK, TO JAN. 31 

RUNYON, KAREN J CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 

SCHAEFER, ROBERT W CLERK, FROM MARCH 17 

SLAPE, DONNA CLERK, FROM MARCH ?C 

SMILEY, KATHLEFN EXEC SECRETARY 

WATSON, DONALD HUGH ADM ASST, 



$5,216.66 
10,250.00 

2,250.00 
225.00 
210.00 

2,A33.32 

6,600.00 
183.33 

3,500.00 
288.89 
300.00 

1,683.3'! 

3,333.34 

l,5'!f3.0A 
11,500.00 

3,500.01 
938,90 

5,333.32 
5,416.66 

173.33 

5,633.34 
200.00 

2,916.65 
666.67 



1,375.00 
Q, 234. 35 
3,000.00 
300.00 
1,336.33 

11,698.98 
275.00 
6,990.00 
9,563.52 
4,800.00 
600.00 
2,999.95 
1,828.67 
2, 188.33 
4,991.52 

15,280.02 



OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD G. SHOUP 



ALLFN, ELI'&RETH A 
ALLISON, ANDREW G, JR 
BAKER, LUCILLE M 
BART A, PEGGY L 

BRASS, MARTHA POOL 
BROOKS, JANICE 
CASTLES, RUTH B 
DEANE, RICHARD 
DEGROOT, pftMELA ANN 
DREHER, CHESTER R 
HONKALA, RUDOLF A 
JONES, SARAH M 
JULIAN, CHESTER ROY 
KILROY, MICHAEL A 

MENAND, JON F 
RFOMONO, JAMES W 
SUKOW, GARY M 
SULLIVAN, MAUREEN F 
SULLIVAN, VIRGINIA M 
TIPRFLL, NORMA 
WALTERS, PAMELA M 



CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JUNE 1 TO JUNE 14 . 272.22 

RESEARCH STUDIES ASST, TO MARCH 31 ... 316.50 

SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 4,220.00 

SECRETARY, TO APRIL 30 AND SECRETARY 

C ASST PRESS OFF, FROM MAY 1 3,265.00 

SECRETARY, 3,215.00 

SECRETARY, 3,478.76 

SECRETARY, TO APRIL 30 500.00 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM MAY 26 583.33 

CLERK TYPIST, FROM JUNF 12 334.08 

DISTRICT PEP, 8,490.02 

LEGIS ASST, 10,599.98 

CASE WORKFR, 6,907.52 

ADM ASST, 13,764.98 

RESEARCH ASST-INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 500.00 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 25 1,100.00 

PRESS ASST, 6,430.00 

RESEARCH STUDIES ASST, FROM APRIL 1 .. 375.00 

SECRETARY, 3,531.50 

SECRETARY, 1,200.00 

SFCRFTARY, TO MAY 31 2,582.50 

SECTY, 4,533.74 



J 13^ 

SAUUliES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30. 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. GARNER E. SHRFVER 

AITKEN, DORIS B CLERK-TYPIST, FROM MARCH 1 TO MAY 31 • t2, 000.01 

ARMSTRONG, MARILYN A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 .... 260.00 

CLAASSEN, BARRARA G CLERK-TYPIST, 3,799.98 

EDWARDS, VANESSA RAE CONG INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 500.00 

FAIRCHILD, JIMMY RAY LEGIS ASST, 8,250.00 

FITZGERALD, JEAN M SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 20 2,9*5.83 

GIBSON, JOSEPHINE C DIST SECRETARY, 4,249.98 

GOLDMAN, PATRICIA A STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 

30 500.00 

GUERRANT, JEANNE T DIST SECRETARY, 4,500.00 

HANSON, VERA LOUISE DIST REP., 4,249.98 

HARDER, CARL F FIELD REP., 4,249.98 

LANGENWALTFR, NANCY CLK-TYPIST, 3,666.66 

MCLEAN, EDITH L CLERK-TYPIST, TO FEB. 29 1,333.34 

MCPEAK, DOROTHY SECTY, 6,250.02 

RICHARDSON, WILLIAM B RESEARCH ASST, FROM MAY 1 500.00 

ROSEN, LESTER L ADM ASST, 14,633.34 

SHERMAN, MARILYN J SECRETARY, 4,999.98 

WILLIAMS, HARRIET C SECRETARY, TO FEB. 29 1,733.34 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT L. F. SIKES 

ALLEN, GEORGE F STAFF ASST, 2,848.50 

ALLEN, JOHN H LEGIS ASST, 7,648.74 

BUTLER, ALMA D ADM. ASST., 14,219.28 

CHRISTIE, NELLA A EXEC. SECRETARY, 9,283.98 

FOSTER, ANN KELLEY SECRETARY, 4,219.98 

GALLOWAY, JUDITH T SECRETARY, 2,795.76 

SPRACHER, SARA E SECRETARY, .- 5,909.04 

SWEET, BETTY J SECRETARY, 5,181.66 

TIMMONS, JEANNE SECRETARY, 5,749.74 

WHELAN, HARRIET D SECRETARY, 5,992.38 

OFFICE OF HON. B. F. SISK 

BESSER, ELLA LOUISE CLERK, TO JAN. 31 923.33 

CADY, JAMES E CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 378.75 

CARLE, EUNICE G CLERK, TO JAN. 31 723.00 

CHRISTIE, WILLIAM M CLERK, 6,532.50 

CLOUGH, BETTY L CLERK, 5,950.02 

COELHO, ANTHONY L ADM. ASST., 15,300.00 

DARLING, BERNARD B CLERK, 10,000.02 

FOWLER, RICHMOND R STAFF ASST, 3,499.98 

GIBSON, SHIRLEY G CLERK, 600.00 

GRADY, JOHN T CLERK, 2,584.50 

GUINN, ELIZABETH L CLERK, 5,914.50 

HARDY, LEROY C CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 AND FROM 

APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 979.16 

KNIGHT, BARBARA J CLERK, 4,859.98 

LUTY, GWENDOLYN H 5,832.00 

MILLS, ELNOPA 4,666.68 

NAHIGIAN, ARCHIE H, JR CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 1,541.68 

RAMIREZ, RANDOLPH G CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 400.00 

RASMUSSEN, BRUCE CLERK, TO MAY 31 1,625.00 

STEINBERG, MARCIA JEAN CLERK, FROM MAY 1 1,000.00 

VESTAL, RITA M CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 3,541.65 

OFFICE OF HON. JOE SKUBITZ 

COOPER, EDWARD LEGIS ASST, 13,500.00 

DUKF, AUDREY L TO JAN. 31 1,062.50 

HAYDEN, HELEN E CLERK, FROM JAN. 12 4,819.44 

HURME, SALLY BALCH 4,624.98 

JONES, GARNETTF 6,475.02 

KIDO, LOUISE 4,750.02 

LEMERT, 6ULA 4,375.02 

HARDEN, MICHAEL C 4,937.49 

MCDONALD, BARBARA ANN CLERK, FROM APRIL 15 1,140.00 

MCDONALD, ETHEL CLERK, FROM MAY 15 690.00 

ODELL, REBECCA SUE CLERK, FROM APRIL 15 1,140.00 

PENNINGTON, VIRGINIA L 4,375.02 

SANDEFUR, SARAH ANN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

SCOTT, JOHN RANDALL CLERICAL STAFF, 4,000.02 



114 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICF OF HON. JOE SKUBIT? - CONTINUFO 

SF8FLIUS, KEITH GARY CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 $500.00 

SHUTS, WILLT4M H A, 200. 00 

WIGRINS, JUDE B CLERICAL AS<;T, FROM FEB. 1 4,083.33 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN SLACK 

BAILEY, JEWELL ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO MAY 31 ?, 000.00 

BAILEY, MARY KATE SECRETARY, 5,500.02 

BALDWIN, DANIFL M RESEARCH ASST, TO FEB. 29 800.00 

BECKER, PAUL H AOM ASST, 14,974.98 

FACEMIRF, SAMUEL W ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 1 800.00 

GALLAGHER, MARY S ASST, TO JAN. 31 400.00 

GATEN, LEO P CLERK, 3,049.98 

HOOGFS, RFRECrA S RECEPTIONIST, 3,000.00 

HORN, MARY PRESTON CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 500.00 

HUNTER, EVA LORRAINE SECRETARY 5,599.98 

JENKINS, JOYCE E SECRETARY, 4,575.00 

MANKIN, NANCY ANN OFFICE MGR , 9,975.00 

MCGINN, DANIEL G STAFF AIDE, FROM JUNE 26 99.15 

ROBERTS, MARTHA V SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 1,200.00 

SACKETT, MICHELLE E SECRETARY, 6,075.00 

SCOTT, PHYLLIS JEAN SECRETARY, TO JAN. 16 320.00 

STARKS, NANCY M ASST, TO JAN. 31 400.00 

THOMASSON, ROBERT B ASSISTANT, FROM FFB. 1 TO APRIL 30 ... 1,500.00 

WHITTINGTON, PAUL J ASSISTANT, 4,166.65 

OFFICE OF HON. H. ALLEN SMITH 

ANDERSEN, ALICE K 11,077.50 

BRUNER, M4PY G 8,071.02 

HART, MARGARET N 9,495.00 

HEARN, IRENE f CLERK, TO FEB. 29 1,200.00 

KELLFY, SALLY E CLERK, 6,594.00 

SKINNFR, MARY W CLERK, TO FEB. 29 833.34 

SMITH, ELIZABETH MCKAY 7,912.50 

MATKINS, OLGA E 8,071.02 

OFFICE OF HON. HENRY P. SMITH, III 

CASE, PHILIP A 2,655.72 

CREANEY, lONA W 5,227.92 

OEBFER, ANNE M CLERK, FROM FEB. 7 3,012.51 

FLANIGAN, KATHERINE V CLERK, 3,956.28 

FORD, CAROL BETH CLERK, 4,219.98 

GLASS, NAOMI CLERK, 9,454.92 

HORANBURG, RICHARD C CLFRK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 AND 

FROM MAY 1 1,349.99 

KOOP, ROBERT E CLFRK, 6,260.85 

LEWIS, WILLIAM B 8,140.92 

MCDONALD, GLORIA D 2,816.70 

PFNNELLA, FLORENCE C CLERK, 3,330.40 

ROURKE, JUDITH ANN CLERK, 4,916.28 

ROURKE, RUSSELL A 15,300.00 

RUSSO, WILLIAM A CLERK, TO JAN. 31 902.77 

SOMER, NORMA M CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 666.68 

TOENNIESSEN, CLYDE C 1,800.78 

OFFICE OF HON. NEAL SMITH 

BLEAKLY, JOHN L 9,499.98 

DAWSON, THOMAS H 9,000.00' 

FALLON, ADA SECRETARY, 3,750.00 

HENDERSON, PHYLLIS S SECRETARY, 4,291.02 

HOFFMANS, PATRICIA A SECRETARY, 3,850.02 

MCCARTAN, GENEVIEVE SECTY, 2,500.02 

MCDONNELL, PAUL C 8,250.00 

NETHERTON, DARRELL L CLFRK, 5,100.00 

PFNCOCK, CAROL ANN SECTY, 4,099.98 

SIMPLICIO, NANCY R SECTY, 6,250.02 

WEBB, WILLIS DAVID CLERK, TO APRIL 30 , 2,200.00 



115 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICP TF HON. NEAL SMITH - CONTINUED 

WILEY, JILL CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 $2,'V00.00 

OFFICE OF HON. M. G. (GENF) SNYDER 

BARNETT, DONALD B FIELD RFP, TO FEB. 29 1,758.34 

BOOTH, ANN D 5,746.02 

BURCHFIELO, LEONARD W CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 3,833.33 

BURTON, HELEN L 6,866.70 

CUMMINS, MARY SUE CLERK, FROM MAY 1 520.00 

EVANS, BRADLEY WARREN STAFF ASST, FROM FEB. 1 6,750.01 

GEOGHEGAN, LINDA L 3,284.40 

JORDAN, MAXINE 8,770.32 

MANCHESTER, RUTH 5,235.00 

MEURER, RUTH M 3,284.40 

NORDSTROM, C ALLEN STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 15 541.67 

ROBERTSON, PATRICIA C 4,744.08 

SHAPIRO, REBECCA 4,282.92 

TANNER, WILLIAM E 12t658.08 

OFFICE OF HON. FLOYD SPENCE 

ALFRED, PATTI LU INTERN, FROM JUNF 1 300.00 

ATWATER, HARVEY LEROY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

CAMP, THOMAS W INTERN CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 150.00 

COOK, WILLIAM A AOMIN ASST, 15,300.00 

COOPER, LINDA ANN SECRETARY, 4,114.98 

FALLAW, BESSIF S DISTRICT SECRETARY, 6,330.00 

HODGES, RQ8FRT H, JR LEGIS ASST, 9,499.98 

JAMES, JERRY PRESTON RESEARCH ASST, 600.00 

KIRVEN, MARY JEAN SECRETARY, 3,482.52 

LEF, LILA VIRGINIA EXEC SECY, 8,230.02 

LIKINS, BARBARA A SECRETARY, 5,275.02 

POWELL, CHESSYE B DIST SECTY, 3,482.52 

RATCLIFFE, JERE B DISTRICT RFP, 8,230.02 

SHARPE, SARA W SECRETARY, 4,114.98 

SMOAK, NOMIA CAMILE INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 300.00 

WILLIAMS, DEBORAH KAY SECRETARY, 4,114.98 

WILSON, ADDISON G DISTRICT ASST, 2,015.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM L. SPRINGER 

BARNICH, WILLIAM C, III CLERK, FROM FEB. I TO FEB. 29 833.33 

BOECKER, LILA H CLFRK, TO MARCH 31 3,088.02 

BRAY, ALVIN A ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

BURT, EDNA E CLERK, TO JAN. 31 350.00 

CARR, CYNTHIA ELAINE CLERK, TO MARCH 3 1,329.30 

FAWCETT, CHRISTINE M 5,317.08 

GOODELL, JOHN R CLFRK, FROM JUNF 4 487.50 

GROVES, CAROLYN CLERK, 4,545.18 

KASSA8, RAYMOND CLERK, FROM MAY 8 1,325.00 

MESSINGER, D DEAN CLERK, TO JAN. 31 541.67 

PEARSON, JAMES C CLERK, FROM MAY 21 722.23 

SIEWERT, LOUISE A CLERK, FROM MARCH 23 2,885.54 

SPRINGER, JOANNE CLERK, FROM JUNE 5 469.45 

SWANSON, BETTY ANNE CLERK, 7,240.38 

TRALKA, JANE E 5,904.66 

YOUNG, GUEY YUN C JI CLERK, FROM MARCH 26 1,415.00 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT T. STAFFORD 

HAMDTON, SUSAN GALE SECRETARY, TO JAN. 7 145.83 



I 116 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFTXF OF HON. HARLEY 0. STAGGFRS 

BURTON, JOHN I CLERK, $6,995.64 

OnWNS, CATHERINE J CLFRK, TO JUNE 3 2,466.05 

FURFARI, MARGUERITE ADM AS5T, 15,300.00 

GLASGOW, MANCY M CLERK, FROM MARCH 6 2,236.10 

GRONOALSKI, JEAN F CLERK, FROM JUNE 5 418.89 

JOHNSON, WILLIAM H CLERK, 3,165.00 

JORDAN, PHILIP B, JR CLERK, 5,275.02 

MCELVAIN, CAROLE A CLERK, 8,236.92 

MEDLIN, LOUISE D CLERK, 5,275.0? 

SANDERS, JOHN K CLERK, 9,491.28 

SKAGGS, SUZANNE R CLFRK, FROM APPTL 12 1,645.83 

VARNER, JEAN G CLERK, 6,878.58 

OFFICE OF HON. J. WILLIAM STANTON 

RUKLAD, WILLIAM, JR STAFF ASST, 3,431.47 

CONNFLL, JEAN SECRETARY, 4,445.14 

COURT, EVELYN L 3,674.40 

0000, JULIE W SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 3,349.51 

GRAY, ARLENF A EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 9,369.33 

HARDGROVE, ROBERT F LEGIS S PRESS ASST, 8,998.53 

KRAMER, PATRICIA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNF 1 .... 300.00 

MCGLOON, SHIRLEE E 13,671.66 

RFILLY, PATSY M SECRETARY, 4,097.84 

STITT, CAROL CONSt'LTANT, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 . 1,250.00 

SULLIVAN, MARY ELLEN SECTY, TO JAN. 21 350.00 

TURRIDY, NANCY H SECRETARY, TO FEB. 29 AND 

SECRETARY/CPMM ASST, FROM MARCH 1 .... 5,743.40 

WHITESIDE, LILLIAN R 7,737.96 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES V. STANTON 

RURDA, JOAN MARIE STAFF ASST, TO MARCH 31 600.00 

BURTON, ALICE ELIZABETH STAFF ASST, FROM JUNF 19 173.33 

CALANDRA, MARIF THERESE STAFF ASST, 4,219.98 

COONEY, PATRICIA M SECRETARY, 3,428.76 

CORRIGAN, THOMAS STAFF ASST, 2,082.50 

DURKIN, CATHERINE M STAFF ASST, 5,275.02 

GINLEY, KEVIN M STAFF ASST, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 700.00 

HADACFK, HELEN A STAFF ASST, 3,945.26 

KELLY, MARY HELEN PERSONAL SECRETARY, 7,121.28 

KELLY, ROBERT J STAFF ASSISTANT, TO MAY 31 2,500.00 

MURRAY, FRANCIS J STAFF ASST, FROM APRIL 17 TO APRIL 30 

AND FROM JUNF 1 777.78 

OMALLEY, NEIL R STAFF ASST, 3,956.28 

PORTER, ALAN C STAFF ASST, FROM JUNF 1 600.00 

SANTANGELO, JOYCE L CASE WORKER, 5,599.98 

SHEETS, CHARLES J STAFF ASST, TO FEB. 29 1,000.00 

SWEENEY, MICHAEL A CONG ASST, 10,549.98 

TORRES, FNID M STAFF ASST, 3,428.76 

VARGO, JOHN E LFGIS ASST, 5,332.18 

WATZMAN, SANFORD ADMIN ASST, 13,187.52 

OFFICE OF HON. TOM STEED 

CARR, MYRTLE E OFFICE CLERK, 1,054.Q8 

CLARK, WILLIAM VAUGHN STAFF ASST, 4,412.49 

FOGLEMAN, THFLMA C SECRETARY, 9,547.98 

GRFEN, ANNF RALLS OFFICE CLERK, 3,949.98 

HAWFS, MARY OFFICE CLFRK, 8,704.02 

HFNSON, J ROGER STAFF MEMBER, FROM JUNF 1 500.00 

LINVILLE, ALBERTA S OFFICE MANAGER CLERK, 9,759.00 

LYNCH, KATHLEFN W OFFICE CLERK, 8,704.02 

MOUNT, D'ANNE OFFICE CLERK, TO MAY 31 AND SECTY, 

FROM JUNi^ 1 3,530.15 

MULDROW, FISHER FIELD REP, 3,895.98 

NELSON, JOHN M OFFICE CLERK, 3,000.00 

PATTFN, RF8FCCA J CONGRESSIONAL INTFRN, FROM JUNE 15 ... 160.00 

RAIBOURN, OEF OFFICE CLFRK, TO APRIL 30 1,500.00 

RICHARDSON, TRUMAN ADM ASST, 15,300.00 



117 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30. 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT H. STEELE 



ftSSELIN, JOHN T 
RER';, EARL H, JR 
BURGIN, DIANE 
BUPKINSH4W, ARLINE L 
BURNETT, JOHN S 
eUSHNFLL, MARSHA 
CHGRBAJIAN, ROSALIE 
ELLOVICH, SARI JANF 
EVANS, LLOYD R, JR 
HEILBRUNN, BERNICF A 
HUNNICUTT, JUNE H 
KERR, RICHARD 
MCCLFNDON, ELLEN L 
MCGOWAN, RICHARD J 
MOORE, NANCY ANN 
SEVIER, LISA 
SINAY, DOROTHY A 
SKOLFM, LILLIAN M 

STON":, ROGER J, JR 
SUNTUP, CYNTHIA BELLE 
SWFTS, DFBOPAH E 
VASILIOU, A JOHN 
WALLER, BETTY JO 



OFFICE OF HON. SAM STEIGFR 

BUHl ER, MICHAELA E 
BURDEN, DANA W 
CORR, CHRISTOPHER J 
FLIAS, DOLORES P 
FROST, BARBARA H 
HAMMOND, BARBARA ANN 
HAYS, RORY C 
HENDERSON, MARION 
HENSLEY, CHARLES F 
JARVIS, MICHAEL A 
JFNKINS, ELIZABETH F 
LOMAX, BEVERLEY C 
MADRFN, BETTY G 
MATTINGLY, KATHLEEN L 
OCONNFLL, MARY E 
PFFIFFR, DUANF A 
ROSENBLATT, PAUL G 
WEILAND, ANN LOUISE 
WYKOFF, MADELINE P 



DISTRICT ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 31 

ADMIN ASST, 

CLERK, FROM AORIL 2P 

OIST SFCTV, FROM JAN. 10 , 

PRESS ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 1 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

ADM SECTY, , 

CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 19 

ADMIN ASST, TO MAY 31 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

SECRETARY-RECEPTIONIST, 

SPFCIAl ASST, TO MAY 31 

SECRETARY, TO FEB. 29 , 

COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR, TO FEB. 29 ., 

DIST EXEC SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 

LEGIS *SST, 

DIST SECTY, 

DIST SECTY, TO MAY 31 AND DISTRICT 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 , 

CLERK, TO APRIL 30 

DISTRICT SECRETARY, 

SECRETADY, FROM MARCH 15 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

SECRETARY, 

CLERK, 

CLERK, 

CLERK, 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

CLERK, 

CLERK, 

CLERK, 

CLERK, 

CLERK, FROM MAY 23 TO JUNE 2 

CLERK, FROM MAY 1 

CLERK, 

CLERK, TO APRIL 30 

CLERK, FROM MAY 1 

CLERK, 

CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 

CLERK, 

CLERK, FROM JAN. 20 TO FEB. 18 

CLFPK, 



«708.34 
9,227.26 
?, 169.45 
2,866.67 
1,666.67 

300.00 
7,121.28 
1,416.65 
8,476.05 

583.33 
3,800.01 
6,299.15 
1,247.66 
4,333.34 
3,956.25 
4,741.86 
2,535.00 

4,105.19 
1,000.00 
3,600.00 
2,061.10 
666.67 
4,819.76 



1,624.98 

10,000.02 

6,325.02 

300.00 

4,283.32 

4,999.98 

3,916.68 

5,550.00 

200.00 

11,472.48 

283.34 

5,700.02 

2,566.68 

899.48 

5,500.02 

1,100.00 

8,767.23 

96.67 

4,324.98 



OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM A. STEIGER 



ANOP ICH, MARK C 
DRUMMY, MAUREEN 
DYKSTRA, JAMES H 
EFFRON, ANDREW S 
FARNSWORTH, KATHLEEN E 
FERGOT, LOA M 
HOON, MICHAEL JAMES 
HURLEY, CHARLES A 
ISAACS, KAREN J 
KELLEY, TIMOTHY DAVID 

PEIGLER, SARA L 
PUGH, THOMAS R 
ROBSON, JOANNE MARIE 
SCHILLING, PAUL R 
SFEFELDT, FREDERIC A 
VARGO, NANCYE S 
WALKER, SUSAN P. 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

ADM ASST, 10,777.94 

PRESS ASST, 6,171.78 

LAW CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 .750.00 

SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 1 566.67 

ASST SECRETARY - OIST., 4,325.52 

LEGIS AIDE (PART-TIME), 2,425.02 

LEGIS ASST, 6,841.68 

SECRETARY, 4,747.50 

PART-TIME AIDE, FROM FEB. 1 TO APRIL 

30 473.25 

CASEWORKER, 9,104.10 

LEGIS AIDE, 5,485.98 

SECRETARY-RECEPTIONIST, 4,325.52 

LEGIS COUNSEL, 5,064.00 

DISTRICT SECRETARY, 6,721.92 

CLERK, 5,282.02 

SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 3,165.00 



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JANUARY^l TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT G. STEPHENS, JR. 



3ARFIEL0, PATRICIA A 
gOYO, MARY STOWE 
CARSON, ROBERT H, JR 
ELDER, DAVID MAYNE 
ERWIN, MARY W 
GRIFFIN, MARCIA ANN 
HARRIS, RUTHERFORD C 
HOGRERG, BARBARA J 
MAYBERRY, JAMES B 
PFDOY, CLYDE H 
STRICKLAND, ANN LYON 



CLERK, 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 19 

ADM ASST, 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 27 
CLERK, FROM JUNE 22 
FROM JUNE 1 

FROM APRIL 17 

CLERK, 



15, 



798.00 
013.50 
220.00 
300.00 
165.00 
165.00 
000.00 
589.52 
700.00 
506.98 
589.52 



OFFICE OF HON. LOUIS STOKES 

BROOKS, SAMUEL J, JR 
BURNS, MAXINE ISAACS 
DYF, JOHN R 
FITCH, CLARENCE E 
GANGER, KATHY JEAN 
GILBERT, JEWELL 
GUESS, JOHN FOLEY, JR 
HARPER, JAMFS C 
HEGGS, OWEN L 
HERNDON, PAMELA P 
JONES, CAROL S 
JONES, THELMA M 
KISNER, SARAH L 
LFATHERBERRY, WILBUR 
LEONARD, JOHN S 
LIGGINS, BRENDA G 
MATUSZEWSKI, EDWARD F 
NOKES, ARTHUR W 
SKIBA, JANICE KITZMAN 
WEEDEN, JOHN T 



SPECIAL ASST, 7,619.09 

SECRETARY, A, 431. 99 

STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 31 650.00 

ADM AIDE, 9,A19.53 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

SECRETfiRY, 4,281.57 

FROM MAY 1 1,294.00 

ADMIN ASST, 15,166.67 

FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 31 1,694.84 

FROM JUNE 1 200.00 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 234.52 

SECRETARY, TO MARCH 31 647.58 

SECRETARY, TO JUNE 16 3,442.85 

LEGIS ASST, 7,320.82 

SPECIAL ASST, 4,497.07 

5,034.17 

MILITARY ASST, 2,528.45 

SPECIAL ASST, TO MARCH 31 1,253.82 

CASEWORKER, 5,623.71 

1,860.66 



OFFICE OF HON. SAMUEL S. STRATTON 



BAILEY, LEE E 
CROMLEY, KATHLEEN M 
HOLT, BILL B 
HORAN, CATHERINE V 
JACKSON, ALICE C 
LESLIE, MARY B 
LILLIBRIDGE, JEANNE 
MOTT, ROGER A 
REILLY, ROBERT W 
SAGUTO, MOLLY DAY 
SCHFLL, MICHAEL 
SCOTT, MARTHA M 
SUBFR, DOROTHY ANN 
VAVALA, ROY 
WOOD, IRENE ROGERS 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 .... 260.00 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 5 325.00 

ADM ASST, 12,723.00 

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 9,020.52 

SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 2,4 1,023.60 

SECRETARY, 6,003.00 

DISTRICT SECRETARY, 6,646.50 

FILE CLERK, 3,165.00 

FIELD REP, 4,193.52 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, 7,939.02 

LEGIS ASST, 5,802.48 

SECRETARY, 3,850.50 

STENOGRAPHER, 4,198.98 

DISTRICT SECRETARY 5,011.50 

SECRETARY, 3,955.98 



OFFICE OF HON. FRANK A. STUPBLEFIELD 



CLEMENTS, PATRICIA V 
HARDING, MAOGARFT K 
MCELRATH, TOM L 
PRUYN, ENFZ D 
ROGERS, JANE H 
SLEDD, WILLIAM T, JR 
SWEENEY, DOROTHY E 
THORNTON, BETTY J 
WINTERS, MARY REX 



SECRETARY, 

CLERK, 

CLERK, 

CLERK-TYPIST, TO FEB. 6 
CLERK, 



5,588.58 
14,123.88 
1,077.48 
8,813.64 
2,898.18 
1,000.02 
5,145.30 
600.58 
5,067.78 



119 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

TFFirc OF HON. W. S. (RILL) STUCKev, JR. 



BRinG^S, FO LYNN PRESS SECTY, $6,330.00 

C4DWELL, JACKIE P DIST OFFICE MGR , TO FEB. 29 1,670.42 

OYKAS, CHARLES F CLERK, TO APRIL 30 AND LEGIS ASST, 

FROM MAY 1 A, 175.68 

EMICH, CAPQLYN A RESEARCH ASST, FROM MARCH I 1,000.00 

GERTH, DOROTHY ANN CASE WORKER, TO MAY 31 AND FROM JUNE 5 6,120.79 

HEATH, HERMAN DUWARO CLERK, 3,745.26 

JERNIGAN, WALLACE L ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

MEFKS, JULIAN L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 .... 260.00 

MEWBORN, MARTHA SUE OlST OFFICE MGR, TO APRIL 30 AND 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 6,338.44 

PERLMAN, RODNEY M CONGRESSIONAL AIDE, FROM MARCH 1 1,000.00 

PRICE, JANE WILDER PROJECT SECTY, 4,272.78 

ROBERTS, JOE M, JR LEGIS ASST, 11,657.76 

TAYLOR, WILLIAM W DISTRICT AIDF, 7,727.88 

OFFICE OF HON. LEONOR K. (MRS JOHN B.) SULLIVAN 

FOGLEMAN, OLA M SECRETARY, 5,563.50 

FRYE, CLAIRE TAYLOR SECRETARY, 6,277.32 

GLYNN, MARY CAY SECRETARY, 4,330.33 

HEWEY, FRANK S SECRETARY, 8,540.64 

LARUSSA, BERNICE A SECRETARY, 2,205.06 

LYNCH, MARIE SECRETARY, 4,282.92 

MCGUIRE, PATRICK D INTERN, FROM JUNE 15 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 15 ... 266.67 

PEACOCK, ELIZABETHS SECRETARY, 5,892.00 

PETERSON, IRENE L ADM ASST, 9,103.98 

SILVERS, MARIE SECRETARY, 5,235.00 

WALL, OLIVE M SECRETARY, 3,641.28 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES W. SYMINGTON 

RAILEY, BRUCE G STAFF ASST, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 800.00 

BENTLFY, SARAH CHRISTY STAFF ASST 5,250.00 

BROWN, JAMES P DISTRICT ASSISTANT, 6,141.66 

CLARK, LINDA C ASST, FROM JUNE 1 666.67 

CONLON, RICHARD P STAFF DIRECTOR, TO MAY 31 1,000.00 

ERNST, THOMAS JOHN LEGIS ASST, 7,291.68 

HANSEN, NANCY ELIZABETH SECRETARY, i 4,000.02 

HART7, JEFF T STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 200.00 

HOFFERT, DENNIS K STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM FEB. 1 TO MAY 31 400.00 

HOUGHTON, CHARLES R, III ADMIN ASST, 10,083.32 

IGLAUER, PEGGY CONGRFSSI ONAl INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

KATZ, VICKY CASE WORKER, 6,000.00 

KURZ, JUDITH ANN SECRETARY, 4,500.00 

MOONEY, CATHERINE M STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 200.00 

MORRISON, MARY E LEGIS ASST, FROM JAN. 9 4,911.10 

PHILLIPS, DOUGLAS E STAFF ASST, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 400.00 

PRAGER, ROLLINDE STAFF ASST, TO MARCH 31 308.33 

SANTOS, MIRIAM M 7,849.98 

SFLDEN, DAVID A STAFF ASST, TO MAY 31 1,100.00 

TIEDE, MARSHA A OFFICE MANAGER, 5,500.02 

UKMAN, STEPHEN L STAF^ ASST, FROM JUNE 1 200.00 

WELEK, MARY KATHRYN LEGIS ASST, TO MARCH 31 AND STAFF 

ASST, FROM JUNE 1 3,908.33 

WILKES, ANN M SECRETARY, 3,649.98 

OFFICE OF HON. BURT L. TALCOTT 

APOLLO, VALERIE S STAFF ASST, 5,475.00 

BURKE, SALLY J STAFF ASST, 5,809.92 

CARR, ROBERT W STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 700.00 

CODY, JAMES EDWARD DIST REPRESENTATIVE, TO MAY 15 4,351.86 

DISON, MARITHA STAFF CLERK, TO FEB. 29 AND STAFF 

ASST, FROM MARCH 5 5,309.28 

DONAHUE, THERESA B STAFF ASST, 7,562.28 

FISCHER, FRFDA H STAFF ASST, 2,236.26 

FLATLEY, VIRGINIA F STAFF ASST, 7,635.06 

GARVEY, PATRICIA E STAFF ASST, TO JUNE 19 3,863.06 

HONEGGER, SrQTJ C CONGRE<;SI ONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 16 ... 150.00 

HONEY, CAROL S STAFF ASST, 2,347.80 

HYDE, MARILYN STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 16 150.00 

KIDD, SANDRA LYNN STAFF ASST, 3,217.74 



120 J 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICF OF HON. RURT L. TALCOTT - CONTINUFn 



JJVBARCA, HELFN CHRISTINE 
MACNFLIS, WILLIAM J 
MCRR IDE, JEANNE E 
MOORE, CAROLYN SMITH 
RFSICK, THOMAS J 
SULLIVAN, KELLFN LEE 



OFFICE OF HON. ROY A. TAYLOR 

BOBROWSKI, TEMPIE M 
CHERP, DOROTHY E 
CLARKE, DUMONT 
COLTON, SARAH P 
ENGLISH, FRANCES F 
HEDGECOCK, RUTH V 
HOOPER, CORNELIA L 
MALLONFE, THOMAS L 
MUSF, JEANNE WHITNEY 
OWENS, ANN NICHOLSON 
SHAW, LUTHER W 
WILLIAMS, MARILOU H 



STAFF ASST, 

ADMIN ASST, 

STAFF ASST, 

STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

FROM APRIL 1 TO JUNE 16 

EXEC SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY, 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 12 

STAFF MEMBER, TO APRIL 17 

SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY, 

PERSONAL SECTY, 

OIST ASST, 

SECTY, 

SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 10 

ADM ASST, 

SECRETARY, 



$4,21'f.50 

12, 425.94 

5,328.66 

600.00 

700.00 

950.00 



7,^75.02 
5,837.49 
190.00 
2, 199.46 
4,800.02 
5,569.98 
5,992.69 

10,825.02 
2,637.48 
2,025.00 

15,300.00 
4,800.00 



OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES M. TEAGUE 

GFRRICK, SUSAN CLERK, TO APRIL 30 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

MAY 1 

GRETHER, JOHN M STAFF ASST, FROM MARCH 27 

JOHNSON, KIMBERLY ANN SECRETARY, TO MAY 7 

KEITH, KATHRYN M CLERK, 

KELLFY, DIANE R CLERK, TO APRIL 30 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

MAY 1 

KOUSIS, VIVIAN CLERK, TO FEB. 29 

MILLIGAN, MARSHALL CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 16 ... 

OCONNELL, JESSIE L CLFPK, TO MARCH 31 

OMALLEY, CHARLOTTE C SECRETARY, 

PFNN, REMONA V CLERK-TY" I ST , 

RICHARDS, STANTON M CLERK, TO MAY 31 

RICHARDSON, RUBY J SECRETARY, 

SCHACK, ELISABETH H SECRETARY, FROM MAY 22 

SEEGER, CHARLES M LEGIS ASST, 

SEEGER, CHRISTOPHER C LEGIS ASST, 

TOLLEFSON, RONNIE P SECRETARY, FROM MAY 17 

WALTERS, THERESA E STAFF ASST, TO APRIL 30 AND SECRETARY, 

FROM MAY 1 

WINKLER, MONTGOMERY K CLERK, 

OFFICE OF HON. OLIN E. TEAGUE 

BALE, MARGARET J CLERK, 

CORBETT, MARY JO CLERK, 

CULLINAN, GERALD CLERK, 

DAVIS, EDWIN W CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

DR070, LEON F, JR CLERK, .-. 

FLETCHER, HELEN LEE CLERK, 

GARRETT, JUDITH ANN CLERK, 

GOLDEN, STEPHEN L CLERK, FROM MAY 30 

HOWARD, MARY BEVERLY 

KORRIN, BRUCE N CLERK, FROM JUNE 12 

LAWRENCE, jnHN WEBB CLERK, 

LOCKETT, AUDREY A CLFRK, 

MFADOWS, JANE SUSANNE CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM JUNE 1 .... 

MEADOWS, SYLVIA ELISE CLERK, TO MAY 31 

WILLIAMS, KATHERINE W CLERK, FROM JUNE 19 



5,079. 14 

940.00 

3,312.41 

8,428.02 

4,146.40 

300.00 

150.00 

2,245.47 

6,873.54 

4,061.76 

1,582.50 

4,847.50 

920.83 

7,701.48 

6,530.00 

635.55 

4,056.18 
15,300.00 



11,550.00 
5,250.00 
1,600.02 

300.00 
3,700.02 
4,550.00 
3,850.02 

637.23 
3,100.02 

369.44 
3,850.02 
6,750.00 
1,166.66 
1,500.00 

233.33 



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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN H. TERPY 

FiENEOICT, CAMERON R RESEARCH ASST, t5f410.00 

RROGAN, SHEILA M CLERK, TO JAN. 31 433.33 

CLIMMINGS, LAWRENCE M CLERK, FROM FER. 1 TO FEB. ?9 ANO FROM 

APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 1,300.00 

OARPTSON, F GTRSON, JR ADMIN AS'^T, FROM MARCH 1 10,200.00 

EMFPY, NANCY BAKER SECRETARY, FROM FEB. I TO MAY 31 2,600.00 

FOTI, MARY G LIAISON OFFICER, 4,129.26 

HARPSTER, INGRID G A SECTY, 4,324.98 

JOHNSOH, H DOUGLAS, JR SECRETARY, 1,000,02 

JUTTON, ARTHUR A DIST REP., 7,068.48 

KEEFER, L JOANNE SECRETARY, 7,264.98 

LOOMIS, DOROTHY S SECRETARY 3,064.80 

METZ, JOHN R CLERK, TO JAN. 31 250.00 

MTNTER, ELIZABETH ANN CASEWORKER, 5,960.76 

NORMAN, PAUL CHASE CLERK, 1,318.74 

NOZZOLIO, MICHAEL F CLERK, FROM FEP. 1 TO MARCH 31 973.79 

RAMIREZ, SUSAN H LFGIS SECRETARY, 4,431.00 

SEXTON, THOMAS J, JR CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 31 947.58 

SHEFLETT, GERALOINE W OFFICE MGR , 5,565.12 

SMITH, FREDERIC N ADM ASST, TO FEB. 17 3,431.00 

THOMPSON, RICHARD LEON EXEC ASST, 6,518.41 

TOMPNGA, MICHAEL K CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE I .... 300.00 

WALKER, JO ELLEN SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 1 666.67 

OFFICE OF HON. FLETCHER THOMPSON 

AGNFW, LEA E RECEPTION! ST-STENO , 5,2?8.76 

BELBACK, PATRICIA A CLFRK, FROM APPR 29 1,465.46 

RURKITT, NORA K STENOGRAPHER, 3,000.00 

8YRD, JASPER CLERK, TO FEB. 18 480.00 

CARDACI, FLORENCE T STENOGRAPHER, 5,228.76 

rzUPRYNA, LINDA MARIE SECTY-CLEPK, TO MARCH 31 1,800.00 

GILLIS, SHARON R CLERK, FROM FEB. 23 2,666.67 

HALL, OSWALD V CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO JUNE 9 990.00 

HENSCHE, LE ANN R 4,962.06 

KITCHIN, LOUIS L, JR BRANCH OFFICE MGR 11,383.32 

MOORE, CHARLOTTE RECEPTIONIST, TO MAY 26 4,024.78 

NOBLE, SCOTT CLERK, FROM JUNE 8 345.00 

PARKER, THOMAS C, JR ADMIN ASST, 7,384.98 

PHILLIPS, MARIANNE CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 841.67 

"ILEWICZ, PETER G CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 12 ... 190.00 

RICF, ROMAN K, III DISTRICT FIFLD REP 5,500.02 

ROCK, MARY J SECRETARY, TO FEB. 18 1,195.66 

STECK8FCK, GERTRUDE R LEGIS ASST, 6,000.00 

TUCKER, SUSAN STENOGRAPHER, 4,249.98 

VOYLES, BETTY ROWLAND SECRETARY, FROM JAN. 19 2,700.00 

WILLIAMS, MARY CLAUDINE CLERK, 3,000.00 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK THOMPSON, JR. 

BLAUSTEIN, HARRIET H SECRETARY, 7,672.20 

BROWN, DANIEL ROBERT FROM JUNE 16 249.98 

COHEN, CAROLYN EILEEN SECRETARY, 6,531.64 

COHEN, STEVEN M STAFF ASST, TO FEB. 29 1,425.41 

OEGASPERIS, REGINA CLERK, 1,797.90 

DEITZ, WILLIAM T ADM ASST, 15,289.02 

GABERLAVAGE, GEORGE J CLERK, FROM MAY 1 757.33 

HEODEN, JAMES C 3,168.00 

KANIEWSKI, DONALD J CLERK, FROM MA^CH 1 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, FROM JUNE 16 1,375.00 

LANGLEY, DORRIE L SECRETARY, 4,271.80 

LATHAM, THOMAS W FROM FEB. 1 2,083.35 

MATCHO, CHERYL G SECRETARY, 4,264.34 

MCCARTHY, RICHARD D CLERK-RESEARCH, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 

30 225.00 

NEWBOULO, PETER E CLERK, 959.40 

PADGETT, FAYE M CASF WORKER, 8,715.34 

REVELES, ROBERT A EXEC SECTY, TO MAY 31 12,652.60 

RISDON, ANNE WM SECTY, FROM FEP. 17 2,323.08 

SAAMS, VIRGINIA M CLERK, 3,741.78 

SHAICH, RONALD M CLERK, TO FEP. 16 404.42 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HHN. VFRNON W. THOMSON 

&UTH, K4REN M TO APRIL 30 «;2, 566.00 

DFNMIS, WILLIAM J, JR STAFF ASST, R, 262.50 

FILLIUSt SUSAN CLFRK, FROM MAY 8 1,030.55 

FOLFY, JOSEPHINE F 5,728.02 

GILLTGAN, JEAN W 9,964.98 

HANNEM&N, RICHARD L PRESS ASST, TO MAY 31 AND OISTRICT 

RFO, FROM JUNE I 8,737.52 

HENRY, KERMIT F 1,235.52 

HOPPE, JOHN DAVIO CLFRK, FROM JUNE 5 390.00 

LFF, ELLIS A 8,619.00 

PARR, JOHN L TO JAN. 31 450.00 

PROCTOR, JOHN R FIFLO REP, FROM FFB. 15 5,666.67 

PROSSFR, CLIFFORD L, JR 1,155.00 

RUSSELL, CHRISTINE A INTERN, 3,900.00 

SMITH, KRISTIN SUSANNA CLERK, FROM APRIL 21 1,458.33 

WEIOFNKOPF, ALICE A 9,672.48 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES THONE 

REAM, CLARENCE ARLEN DIST REP, 2,550.00 

BERG, ANNE ALLISON RECEPTIONIST, 3,700.02 

nnWEN, PHILLIP JOHN ASSISTANT, FROM JUNF 1 391.67 

BRIICC, IMOGENE P OIST SECRETARY, 4,225.02 

OFITFMEYFR, RAMONA W SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 2,375.01 

DOUGLAS, SUSAN CASEWORKER, 5,550.00 

HALTERMAN, RACHEL EXEC SECTY, 7,900.02 

JOHNSON, LOWELL C FIELD REP, 3,049.98 

JOPGENSEN, GERALD R SPECIAL ASST, 8,700.00 

KIRK, PENNY L SECRETARY, TO MAY 15 3,056.27 

PALMER, WILLIAM H EXEC ASST, 12,600.00 

PARDE, ERANCEIL M SECRETARY, 3,274.98 

PECKHAM, VICTORIA B LEGIS SECRETARY, 6,600.00 

PILCHER, DEBORAH J SECTY, FROM MAY 8 956.95 

ROSS, REBECCA L SECTY, FROM JUNE 5 281.67 

SHEFHY, MICHAEL W ASSISTANT, TO JUNE 15 2,200.00 

WALKER, LINDA CAROL CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 15 ... 160.00 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT 0. TIFRNAN 

ALLARD, DONNA MARY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

ANELLO, DIANE D SECTY, FROM JUNF 12 475.00 

CLEMENT, EDWARD F 11,710.50 

CONLEY, PATRICK T CLERK, 4,999.98 

DAVIS, JOAN B LEGISLATIVE SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 3,296.90 

GIANQUITTI, ADOLF FIELD ASST, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM MAY 1 

TO MAY 31 i 1,666.66 

HAGAN, WILLIAM, II ADM ASST, 11,024.76 

HQRIN, JOHN M, JR FIFLO ASST, FROM JUNE 1 TO JUNE 11 ... 275.00 

KEFALAS, DOLORES C SECRETARY, 4,958.52 

MARGESON, ANDREW JAMES LEGIS ASST, FROM JUNE 1 742.71 

MASTRONARDI, ANNA D SECRETARY, 5,145.30 

MCAILISTER, JOSEPHINE PERSONAL SECTY, 6,382.74 

MEEHAN, DIANA W LEGIS ASST, TO FEB. 29 AND LEGIS AIDE, 

FROM MARCH 5 5,312.50 

MURPHY, ANNE G EXEC ASST, 7,068.48 

PESATURO, GAELE S SECRETARY, 4,219.98 

SCANLON, ROBERT E STAFF ASST, 8,646.24 

WELCH, FRANCIS C STAFF ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO APRIL 30 .. 2,499.09 

OFFICE OF HON. MORRIS K. UDALL 

AI.ONGE, MICHAEL S CLERK, TO APRIL 30 2,600.00 

BEATY, ORREN, JR CLERK, 6,593.52 

BOUCHARD, BRUCE E CLERK, 1,371.48 

BOACY, TEROFNCE L 11,868.48 

BROOKS, MARY C CLERK, 2,500.00 

DYE., ROY AUGUSTUS, III RESEARCH ASST, 1,054.98 

FELIX, FRANK J CLERK, 1,900.02 

FRANK, KAREN S CLERK, FROM MAY 1 900.00 

GAPUSI, JOHN CLERK, FROM FFB. I TO FEB. 29 ........ 300.00 

GREFN, MICHAEL D CONGPESS I ONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

JACKSON, DOLORES A CLERK, 4,750.02 

JACOBS, DONALD IRA CLERK, FROM MAY 1 566.66 

KELL, BONNIE C CLERK, 6,608.52 



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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972-Continued 



OFFICF OF HON. MORRIS K. UDALL - CONTINUED 



LflNGSTON, LINDA M 
LEWIS, ROGER K 
PRAY, PRIOR 
ROGERS, LORRAINE G 
SELLERS, GARY B 
STEINMAN, STANLEY J 
WARFIELD, PAMELA T 



CLERK, 

CLERK, 

TLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 

CLERK, 

CLERK, 



46,000.00 
12,127.98 
3,969.00 
3,811.66 
700.00 
3,798.00 
3,9A9.98 



OFFICE OF HON. AL ULLMAN 



ALBERGER, WILLIAM R 
ARONSON, JACOUELINE 
CHAVEZ, AOELENE C 
CHERNIKOFF, BONNIE 
CLUM, LORRAINE E 
CONFORTI, PEGGY R 
CONMY, JAMFS M 
COX, LOREN CHARLES 
HAIGHT, ISABELL M 
MANUEL, AUDREY K 
MCLEES, SUZANNE E 
MULLINS, PAMELA Y 
POWELL, MARSHA 
ROSENBERG, GAIL S 



LEGIS ASST, FROM MARCH 2 3,^70.83 

SECRETARY, 4,7^7.50 

SECRETARY, 5,776.02 

SECRETARY, 5,723.52 

SECRETARY, 2,460.00 

SECRETARY 5,560.02 

PRESS ASST, 6,175.43 

ADM ASST, 12,163.60 

SECRETARY, 2,997.48 

APPT SECRETARY, 7,840.60 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 3,750.00 

SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 3,687.90 

SECRETARY, TO MARCH 17 2,150.43 



OFFICE OF HON. LIONEL VAN DEERLIN 



AKFRSTEIN, WILLIAM J 
CONLON, RICHARD P 
CULBERTSON, CAMDEN 
GOODELL, JOHN H 
KENNEDY, PATRICK F 
KLEIN, CAROLE J 
KNIGHT, M0N4 
LINK, MARY JANE 
LUND, DONALD HUGO 

MCAFEE, MATTIE L 
MCLAREN, JOHN H 
MENOOZA, YOLANDA A 
MURILLO, RUDY P 
PERWIN, JOFL 
PFEIFFFR, KAREN W 
PIENTA, LILLIAN L 
RHODES', ROBERT RAMON 
SMITH, SIEGMUNO W 
STANLEY, GLORIA DEAN 
STASZEWSKI, CAROL A 



SECRETARY, 6,000.00 

ASST, FROM JUNE 1 100.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

STAFF ASST, TO MAY 31 500.00 

RESEARCHER, FROM MAY 1 1,375.00 

SECRETARY, 4,500.00 

SECRETARY, 4,999.98 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 ... 708.33 
LEGIS RESEARCHER, FROM MARCH 1 TO 

APRIL 30 1,365.34 

CLERK-TYPIST, TO JAN. 31 375.00 

LEGIS ASST, 12,000.00 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JUNE 1 179.17 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 583.33 

CLERK-TYPIST, TO APRIL 30 3,000.00 

CLERK-TYPIST, 4,000.02 

CLERK-TYPIST, 4,249.98 

FIELD REP, 12,000.00 

ADM ASST, 13,000.02 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM FEB. 1 1,750.00 

SECRETARY, 6,499,98 



OFFICE OF HON. GUY VANDER JAGT 



ARTHURHULTZ, PHILLIP 
CANTRELL, JEROME J 
DESTIGTER, MELANIE 
DOYLE, MOLLY 
GIBSON, JAMES F 

GIBSON, NANCY L 
HAWLEY, JONATHAN P 
HOLTRGP, JAMES CRAIG 
HUNTER, JOHN W 
KNILL, BONNIE JEAN 
MARTIN, SARAH M 
MCCLELLAND, J F, III 
MCGEORGE, JOHN F, JR 
MOE, MELISSA ANN 
NAGELVOORT, BERNARD C 
PAVLIC, JANE V 
RAYMOND, BRUCE M 

ROBERTSON, SUSAN 
ROSE, JAMES M 



CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 , 

CLERK, 

CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 

SECRETARY, 

DISTRICT ASST, TO JAN. 31 AND CLERK, 

FROM FEB. 1 

SECRETARY, 

LEGIS ASST, 

CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 

CLERK, 

SECRETARY, 

CLERK, , 

CLERK, FROM JAN. 3 TO JAN. 31 

SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 

ADM ASST, 

DISTRICT ASST, TO JAN. 31 AND CLERK, 
FROM FEB. 1 

CLERK, FROM APRIL 11 , 



1,214.92 
685.50 
100.00 

3,920.83 

9,471.68 

1,763.33 

13,758.32 

100.00 

1,376.23 

1,376.23 

9,790.43 

2,919.34 

186.67 

150.00 

15,300.00 

5,503.32 

1,376.23 

5,819.57 

266.67 



79-639 O - 72 - 9 



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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. GUY VANOER JAGT - CONTINUED 
SHEAFFER, JOHN CLFRK, TO JAN. 2 



OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES A. VANIK 



BLOCK, BRUCE ALAN 
CHENG, SC4RLFT 
OEITOICK, SALLY LYNN 
EDWARDS, PATRICIA 
FAULB, SUSAN 
HACHEN, DAVID S, JR 
HEALD, DAVID M 
JONES, SAMUEL CRAIG 
KASELAK, JOSEPH E 
KRESHOVER, MELINDA 
HCNAUGHTON, PATRICIA 
MILCOFF, LAUREL 
PEDLEY, JAMES K 



REDLICK, DAVID 
RILEY, JOHN 
ROBINSON, WILLIAM L 
SCHWARTZ, BARRY A 
SIMMONS, CARLA 
SPIRO, ALAN M 
STRANGE, JAMES K 
SUGIUCHI, CAROLYN 
TALISMAN, MARK E 
TFRNANSKY, STELLA N 
THOMAS, JEANNE-MARIE 
TINIANOW, JERRY C 
VAUGHAN, WILLIAM K, JP 



WILLIAMS, HFLEN C 
WILLIAMS, JUDY L 



WOJCIK, PAMELA MARY 
WYSOCKI, LAURELIE 



STAFF ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO MARCH 31 .. 

STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 31 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 

STAFF ASST, 

STAFF ASST, FROM MAY 1 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 

STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 31 

STAFF ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 31 ... 

STAFF ASST 

STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 31 

STAFF ASST, 

STAFF ASST, 

LEGIS ASST, TO FEB. 29 AND STAFF 
ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 
AND LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, FROM APRIL 

1 TO APRIL 30 

STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

STAFF ASST, 

STAPF ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 . 
STAFF ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 31 ... 
STAFF ASST, FROM FFB. 1 TO MARCH 31 .. 

STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

STAFF ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO MAY 31 ... 
STAFF ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 . 

ADM ASST, 

STAFF ASST, 

STAFF ASST, FROM APRIL 1 

STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASST, TO JAN. 31 AND 
STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM FEB. 1 TO APRIL 

30 AND LEGIS ASST, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 

31 AND STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 31 

STAFF ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO MARCH 31 

AND FROM JUNE 1 

STAFF ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO MARCH 31 .. 
STAFF ASST, 



934.00 

500.00 

3,553.88 

3,600.00 

1,200.00 

300.00 

600.00 

1,141.58 

7,337.40 

450.00 

3,798.00 

3,798.00 



5,633.33 
750.00 

1,597.80 
901.88 

1,141.58 
632.50 
750.00 

1,474.92 

500.00 

13,957.66 

3,242.10 

2,266.67 
247.37 



8,452.95 
700.00 

1,290.83 

590.83 

6,198.48 



.OFFICE OF HON. VICTOR V. VEYSEY 



ABERNATHY, GARY MICHAEL 
DORK INS, TERRY LEE 
DRIVER, BETTY J 
ERFRLE, HAROLD F, JR 
GRAHAME, MARTHA W 
HAGERTY, KENNETH C 
HEDRICK, CAROLYN 
HOLL INGSWORTH, DAN 
JACKSON, PATRICIA ANNE 
JAMES, DORA L 
JONES, BARBARA ANN 
LEE, KITTY M 
LOCKWnOD, CHARLES K 
MEYERS, HOWARD H 

MILLER, SUE A 
MITCHELL, GARY W 
RILEY, MARY ELIZABETH 
SWORD, WILLIAM H, JR 
UNGFR, VERA LEE 
WEISSMAN, ALICE J 
WILLIAMS, JOANNA RUTH 



PRESS ASST, 7,585.02 

SECRETARY, TO JAN. 15 416.67 

SECTY, FROM JAN. 10 TO MAY 31 4,083.33 

ADM ASST, 15,235.50 

LEGIS SECY, 5,275.02 

LEGIS ASST 7,923.00 

SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 .... 200.00 

DISTRICT REP, 6,682.98 

CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 800.00 

SECRETARY, 6,451.02 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 5 722.22 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 5 260.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 
DURA- TYPE OPERATOR, FROM MAY 27 TO MAY 

31 AND CLERK, FROM JUNF I 715.00 

DISTRICT SECRETARY, 3,513.00 

CLERK, TO FEB. 29 366.66 

DISTRICT MANAGER, 6,904.50 

CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MAY 31 450.00 

SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 2,927.50 

SECRETARY, 4,114.50 

DISTRICT SECRETARY, 3,513.00 



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lANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— C ontinued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH P. VIGDRTTO 



BUCCERT, THOMAS R 
BURMASTER, LINDA L 
CLEIS, WILLIAM EARL 
COLE, CHARLFS HOWARD 
OnWLING, CATHERINE ANNE 

EPSTEIN, SUSAN DEBORAH 
JIULIANTE, JESSAMINE S 
KOZIARA, ANGELINE 
KURPIEWSKI, SYLVIA M 
LAVISH, SANDRA JEAN 
LORENZI, DIANNE C 
LOVE, JACQUELINE A 
MATCHAH, SUSAN J 
MOLONY, MICHAEL JAMES 
MONAGHAN, FRANCES T 
NOVAK, MARGARET E 
OSULLIVAN, MARIANNE E 
OTOOLE, ROBERT A 
OUTRAKIS, GEORGE 
PAWLOWSKI, STANLEY J 
PELAOEAU, MARIUS B 
ROHA, THOMAS A 
RUYAK, ROBERT 
SKARTCA, NATALIE 
SZABO, LYNN ANN 
THOMAS, ROBERT ALLEN 
TULLIO, MARILYN LOU 
TURNER, PAULINE M 
WALCZAK, JAMES R 
WALSH, ELEANOR S 
WIESEN, THOMAS J 



CLERK, FROM JUNE I $1,366.67 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM HAY 1 TO MAY 31 ... 1,158.33 

STAFF AIDE, 3,300.00 

STAFF AIDE, FROM FFB. 1 TO FEB. 29 ... 600.00 
CLERK-TYPIST, TO FEB. 29 AND FROM 

MARCH 5 3,425.00 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 400.00 

STAFF AIDE, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 . 1,000.00 

SECTY, 3,600.00 

SECRETARY, 3,900.00 

CLERK-TYPIST, 3,500.00 

CLERK, FROM JUNF 1 1,366.67 

SECRETARY, 2,100.00 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 ... 1,400.00 

STAFF ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 . 2,333.34 

SECTY-RECEPTIONIST, 4,500.00 

LEGIS SECTY, 4,500.00 

CASEWORKER, 3,900.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

STAFF AIDE, TO JAN. 31 2,000.00 

STAFF AIDF, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 . 1,500.00 

PRESS SECRETARY, 8,700.00 

CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 1,600.00 

STAFF AIDE, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 ... 750.00 

STAFF AIDE, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 ... 2,250.00 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM APRIL 1 1,650.00 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 1,366.67 

STAFF AIDE, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 . 1,000.00 

STAFF AIDE, TO JAN. 31 2,000.00 

STAFF AIDE, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 . 1,000.00 

SECRETARY, 5,550.00 

STAFF AIDE, 3,300.00 



OFFICE OF HON. JOE 0. WAGGONNER, JR. 

ANDERSON, JANE C CLERK, TO FEB. ?9 2,150.00 

BATT, DAVID L CLERK, TO APRIL 30 AND ADMINISTRATIVE 

ASST, FROM MAY 1 11,202.50 

BATT, JOYCE D CLERK, 1,691.47 

BULCAO, DOUGLAS W CLERK, TO APRIL 30 AND LEGISLATIVE 

ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 1 10,938.74 

CARNAHAN, JOAN BARBARA CLERK, FROM JUNE 12 316.67 

DAVIS, ROSEMARY INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 300.00 

DIAB, PAMELA KAY CLERK, 5,114.00 

HACKETT, ELAINE AIKEN CLERK, 4,989.16 

HOPPER, HATTIE CLERK, 7,343.42 

KENT, DAVID CLERK, 1,266.00 

KRAMER, CLAIRE R CLERK, 1,635.24 

NELSON, GEORGE D, JR INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 300.00 

ROBICHEAUX, VIRGINIA CLERK, 5,114.00 

RUTHERFORD, JANICE B CLERK, 5,747.00 

THOMAS, BILLIE D CLERK, 8,176.26 

WILLIAMS, CHARLOTTE ANNE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 



OFFICE OF HON. JEROME R. WALOIE 



3AINE, CHARLENE 
BIANCALANA, LOLA M 
CARROLL, IRENE J 
COLARICH, MARCELLA B 

EVANS, ORDEAN 

FEGFL, JOAN C 
FERGUSON, ERWIN A 
FINDLEY, THOMAS W 
GRATZ, DINA J 
LEWIS, MIRIAM ELIZABETH 
LOWE, MARTHA M 
LUMB, CAROL P 
MARIN, IRENE 
MCGRATH, PAMELA R 
NEUMAN, ROBERT A 
ROBERTS, KEITH 
ROBINSON, NATHALINE B 



STAFF AIDE, 3,250.02 

OIST SECRETARY, 5,624.98 

OIST OFFICE ASST, TO MARCH 31 600.00 

STAFF ASST, TO FEB. 29 AND DISTRICT 

OFFICE AIDE, FROM MARCH 1 4,094.98 

DIST OFFICE ASST, TO FEB. 29 AND 

DISTRICT OFFICE AIDE, FROM MARCH 1 ... 4,094.98 

ASST SECTY, 3,750.00 

DIST REP., 12,249.98 

DISTRICT STAFF AIDE, FROM MARCH 1 .... 4,450.00 

DISTRICT AIDE, FROM JUNE 16 262.50 

4,200.00 

STAFF ASST, 3,733.33 

STAFF AIDE, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 . 300.00 

STAFF AIDE - DIST OFF, 2,700.00 

RECEPTIONIST-AIDE, FROM JUNE 16 229.17 

LEGIS ASST, TO FEB. 29 1,666.66 

STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 31 1,116.67 

STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 15 275.56 



126 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYE^ OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTAtlVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30. 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JEROME R. WflLDIE - CONTINUFD 

SCHREIBER, 4NN F EXEC. SECRETARY, $11,749.98 

TEPKER, HARRY F OFFICE INTERN, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 .. 300.00 
THOMSON, DEBORAH RAE FILE CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND STAFF ASST, 

FROM FEU. 1 3,208.35 

THOR, PETER KRISTIAN STAFF AIDE, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 ... 200.00 

WARD, VIRGINIA JO ASST SFCTY, 3,750.00 

WARE, KENNETH OFFICE INTERN, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 

30 300.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM C. WAMPLER 

BLEVINS, GLENDA A SECRETARY, 3,730.67 

COUNTISS, ARTHUR A, JR MGR-OIST OFFICE, 7,995.48 

DDTSON, JAMES RAY ADMIN. ASST., 12,579.08 

ENGLEHART, MARION E SECRETARY, 5,982.48 

GILLENWATER, MARTHA J SECRETARY, 4,893.48 

GILLESPIE, DONALD M FIELD PEP., 5,758.98 

HALL, MARTHA ELLEN SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 TO JUNE 10 ... 1,011.10 

HARSHBAPGER, JEANNIF C SECRETARY, 2,863.90 

HODGES, SUZANNE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 12 ... 190.00 

KILBOURNF, TEDDY L SFCTY, FROM FEB. 7 3,000.00 

LINOAMOnO, GORDON W FIELD REP., 5,665.82 

MILLER, JOSEPHINE L SECRETARY, 2,189.83 

MORRIS, PATRICIA W SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 12 137.22 

OGDEN, MARILYNN L SECRETARY, 6,877.50 

RASNICK, MYRNA C SECRETARY, 5,758.98 

SOUDER, NANCY M SECRETARY, 6,038.52 

THORNTON, MARGARET ANN SFCTY, FROM JUNE 15 184.89 

ZAPERT, THERESA M SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 1,121.83 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN WARE 

BALDWIN, PAMELA W SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 1 650.00 

BAUMGARTNFR, PEGGY R SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 750.00 

OESMONn, JAMES L CLERK, TO MARCH 31 420.00 

GRAFTON, HARRY C, JR EXEC. ASSISTANT, 12,706.17 

HUFF, ALAN N CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 15 ... 160.00 

IRWIN, IRMA J SECRETARY, 6,976.65 

KERWAN, MARGARET S SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 .. 1,666.67 

NORDSTROM, C ALLEN SECTY, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 1,625.00 

PITT, THOMAS A STAFF MRR., TO JAN. 31 AND SECTY, FROM 

FEB. 1 5,151.98 

RAMSEY, S JEAN SECRETARY, 3,575.23 

ROSS, ELEANOR R SECRETARY, 3,150.00 

SCATTERGOOD, ANN R TO JAN. 31 952.02 

SKINNER, MARGARET MARY SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 3,125.00 

SPEAKMAN, JAMES D EXEC. ASSISTANT, 9,231.53 

WEAVER, SALLIE K 13,753.61 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES W. WHALFN, JR. 

BROWN, CHRISTINE S CLERK-SECRETARY 4,006.56 

CULLEN, COLETTE A RECEPTIONIST, FROM JAN. 24 2,658.34 

FRANK, ALFRED S, JR ADMIN ASST, 12,050.70 

GARBFR, LYNN CLERK-SECRETARY, 4,603.98 

HARRINGTON, HOPE R SECRETARY, 5,275.98 

HENTZ, HARRIET L CLERK-SFCR ETARY , 6,989.16 

LEWIS, WILLIAM J, III CLERK-INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 433.33 

LOWREY, GEORGE M 5,804.88 

MILES, BEVERLY ANN CLERK-SECRETARY, 3,470.10 

MOONEY, PATRICIA A LEGIS ASST, 7,065.54 

NFVTN, JAMES B G CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 12 ... 190.00 
RENOON, MARTIN CLERK, TO MARCH 31 AND CLERK-SPEC 

ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 AND 

CLERK-SUPERVISOR, FROM MAY 1 2,733.33 

STEPONKUS, WILLIAM P 12,050.70 

THURSTON, HAROLD, III STUDENT ASST, TO MARCH 31 AND 

CLERK-SPEC ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 

30 846.33 

WICK, WILLIAM DAVID CLERK, 1,382.34 

WIEDMAN, WANDA L CLFRK-SECRET ARY , 6,591.90 



127 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OPFICF OF HON. J. IRVING WHALLEY 

<' ABRASHOFP, ANNF MARIE CONGPFSS I ONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... $300.00 

ABRASHOFF, CONSTANCE FROM MARCH 1 1,A66.39 

0ESH4Y, J D 8,184.48 

ENCF, RONALD K 7,975.98 

KHGUT, JULIA W 10,864.02 

LFSKO, GILOA L 8,321.52 

ROBINE, JAMFS P 8,176.50 

SEESE, JUDITH 2,317.50 

SMITH, BARBARA R 3,461.73 

TROXELL, HAROLO 5,445.00 

WINNICK, DIANE L CLERK, FROM FEB. 7 TO FEB- 29 466.66 

7YGMUNT, VICTORIA H 5,612.52 

OFPICE OF HON. RICHARD C. WHITE 

ACnSTA, TFRFSA STAFF AS«:T, FROM FEB. 15 3,105.56 

BRYSON, M CONREY AOMIN ASST, TO JAN. 3 145.83 

BUNTON, LUCIUS, JR CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

BURTON, IRENE STAFF ASST, 6,900.00 

CHUN, KAREN M S H STAFF ASST, 4,762.50 

DAFFRON, JESSE L STAFF ASST, 4,893.97 

FIFRRO, FNRIOUETA G STAPF ASST, 4,901.47 

FINLEY, MARY KAY STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 500.00 

GUEVARA, GLORIA A STAFF ASST, TO FEB. 7 945.56 

JAMES, BETTIE J SECRFTARY-ST AFF ASST 5,400.00 

LORING, TONDRIA STAFF ASST, 4,757.50 

MOORE, BARRON B STAFF ASSISTANT, 3,791.67 

NEMFSNYIK, ILONA J 4,600.02 

POAGE, ALLAN L STAFF ASST, 2,925.00 

POTTER, BARBARA J STAFF ASST-SECRETARY, 4,762.50 

RICHESON, HAWLEY FROM JAN. 4 10,833.35 

TIPTON, PAUL S STAFF ASST, 5,715.10 

WILSON, MICHAEL J STAFF ASST, 3,833.35 

WORRALL, DONNA STAFF ASST, 4,283.32 

OFFICE OF HON. G. WILLIAM WHITEHURST 

ANDERSON, LESLIE E OFFICE STAFF, FROM JUNE 1 325.00 

BISHOP, BARRY CRAIG SUMMER INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 .... 476.67 

BURTON, ROBERT S CLERK, FROM JAN. 10 TO JAN. 31 291.67 

COE, PAULA SECRETARY, 2,350.00 

DAVIS, CAROLINE MARIE A RESEARCH ASST, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 

30 650.00 

ORAGO, CHARLES G LEGIS ASST, 10,075.02 

GEORGELAKOS, EVANGELINE SECRETARY, 4,375.02 

GOLDMAN, PATRICIA A STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 1,000.00 

OBRIEN, MARY K SECRETARY, 5,425.02 

POWELL, VICTOR D PRESS ASST, 10,075.02 

SADDLER, VALERIE S CLERK, FROM JUNE 6 416.67 

SHAFFER, GWENDLYN G 5,925.00 

STAFFOPO, ROSEMARY J SECRETARY, 6,750.02 

THOMPSON, R BURNETT AOMIN ASST, 15,300.00 

TOWERS, KATHLEEN M RECEPTIONIST, 4,999.98 

WASSERMAN, VERENA C SECRETARY, 4,299.01 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMIE L. WHITTEN 

ALVIS, P EVELYN CLERK, 4,837.69 

BISHOP, MARION F ASSISTANT 14,585.63 

DAVIS, LILA LYNETTE CLERK, 4,403.12 

OUKF, LEONARD C 1,663.98 

ELLIOTT, BENTON W CLERK, 2,370.00 

GODWIN, FVFLYN P CLERK, 5,437.59 

HUGHES, MORELLA K 2,181.54 

JOHNSON, VIRGINIA S CLFRK, 6,683.28 

MULLEN, CATHERINE 2,423.16 

PALMER, LINDA JOAN CLERK, 4,999.98 

SANDERS, MARY ALICE ASSISTANT, 9,616.44 

SNEFD, MARY ALICE 4,444.78 

WATSON, ANN T CLERK, FROM FEB. 16 TO MARCH 31 1,500.00 



128 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30. 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM B. WIONALL 



A«;CHFNOnRFF, MURIEL 
8RAN0A, JOYCE R 

BRUCKNER, LAWRENCE 
GA<;T0N, SARAH J 
HIGHRERGER, WILLIAM F 
MCDONOUGH, VIRGINIA M 
MCGONAGLE, JOHN J, JR 
MILNES, MARGARET H 
REINHOLD, CARL 
SHAY, BEVERLY J 
WEAVER, BETTY A 



CLERK, FROM JUNE 7 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, FROM JUNE 7 

STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

OFFICE ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

SECRETARY, 

EXEC SECRETARY, , 

CLERK, 



$5,765.10 

320.00 

300.00 
6,868.33 

516.67 
8,902.56 

5A1.67 

6,304.26 

9,709.38 

15,300.00 

1,000.02 



OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES E. WIGGINS 



BARTHOLOMEW, SHIRLEY 
CAMPEN, JULIA ANNE 
CASTRO, FORTUNATO 
COVINGTON, CARY R 
ORESSEN, JANE B 

DURCH, WILLIAM J 
FOOTE, JOHN E 
GAYLE, MARYELLEN 
HAMMOND, JUDY 
HATHAWAY, MICHAEL D 
LANCASTER, WILLIAM H 
LEE, WENDY J 
LIEBERG, GLADYS MAY 
MORAN, ROSA ELVA 
ROWLAND, JPATRTCK 
SAG4R, DEAN H 
STANALANO, SONDRA L 

TURMAtA, JEAN T 



CASEWORKER, 4,750.02 

SECTY, FROM JUNE 20 165.00 

COMMUNITY REP, 1,054.98 

STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 425.00 

ASST OIST REP, TO JUNE 15 AND EXEC 

SECTY, FROM JUNE 16 4,897.28 

STAFF ASST, 1,798.75 

DIST REP, FROM JUNE 16 800.00 

SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 1,650.00 

PRESS ASST, 1,386.66 

DIR TASK FCE ENERGY E RESOURCE, 600.00 

DISTRICT REP, TO JUNE 15 10,186.44 

ASST DISTRICT REP, TO MARCH 31 2,057.49 

LEGIS ASST, 9,287.52 

SECRETARY, 868.50 

ADMIN ASST, TO MAY 31 AND FROM JUNE 5 13,966.65 

RESEARCH ASST, TO MAY 31 4,725.00 

SECRETARY, TO APRIL 20 AND FROM APRIL 

25 4,385.44 

LEGIS SECRETARY, 4,842.48 



OFFICE OF HON. LAWRENCE G. WILLIAMS 



BAILEY, JO ANN MARIE 

BLASCHKE, JUDITH WOODS 
BROOKES, JAMES E 
BURRELL, MARTHA ANN 
CLEMENT, DAVID D 
OITZLER, CAROL A 
HILL, SUSAN H 
JONPS, NANCY E 
MANN, PAMELA J 
MATLIN, ROBIN B 
MORRONF, JOANNE 
NOBLE, IRENE E 
NOCITO, COLLEEN 
PAGE, MARY JEAN 
ROBINSON, ROBERT B 
SASSOON, ALEXANDRA R 
SCALONE, CHARLES M 
WIESMAN, ANITA W 

WINTHER, PHILLIP P 
VANKOSKI, JOSEPH 



LEGISLATIVE SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 AND 

LEGIS ASST, FROM JUNE I 5,564.99 

CASEWORKER, 5,780.83 

ADM ASST, 8,970.00 

SECTY, FROM FEB. 9 3,955.55 

SPECIAL ASST, 8,402.52 

EXEC ASST, TO JAN. 17 787.20 

SECRETARY, FROM FEB. I TO FEB. 2 48.33 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JUNE 1 433.33 

RECEPTIONIST, TO APRIL 7 2,559.73 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE I .... 300.00 

PRESS SECRETARY, 4,645.02 

SECRETARY, * 2,509.98 

SECRETARY, 3,930.00 

STAFF ASST, 634.98 

SPECIAL ASST, 889.98 

RECEPTIONIST, FROM APRIL 1 2,243.34 

SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 2,745.00 

SENIOR SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 AND 

EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT, FROM FEB. 1 6,652.50 

SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 5,329.98 

SPECIAL ASST, 3,510.00 



OFFICE OF HON. BOB WILSON 

BURWELL, BEULAH M 
CARROLL, ARLENE R 
DALEY, GEORGE ROBERT 
DUFFIELD, PHYLLIS R 
HALL, JOELLE K 
HEATH, KAREN S 
LYNCH, LOUISE 
NASH, ELLEN 
ODONNELL, MARJORIF 
PARHAM, CATHERINE C 
SEMBOWER, BELINDA SUE 



CLERK, 1,840.50 

SECRETARY, 5,253.48 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 12 ... 190.00 

SECRETARY, 4,431.00 

SECRETARY, 3,075.00 

SECRETARY, 7,408.50 

CLERK, 3,186.00 

CLERK, FROM MAY 16 649.99 

SECRETARY, 9,510.48 

SECRETARY, 10,064.52 

SECTY, TO MAY 31 3,656.66 



129 

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JANUARY 1 TO J UNE 30, 1972— Continuw! 

OFFICF OF HON. BOB WILSON - CONTINUFO 



SIMPSON, QLGA V 
TEOFORD, JERF L 
TSOMPANAS, PAUL L 
YOUNG, MARGARET M 



CLERK, FROM MARCH 16 TO MAY 15 $250.00 

SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 12 4^8.61 

ADM ASST, 15,300.00 

SECRETARY 12,301.02 



OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES H. WILSON 



ARMSTRONG, GAIL L 
ARMSTRONG, JAMES R 
RANKS, P GREGORY 
BRAD8Y, HELEN K 
BRAND, HUGH M, JR 
BUTLER, A CHRISTINE 
CARL, LYANNE T 
OYE, SHARON S 
FOROIANI, n ROBERT 
GEORGE, MYRTIS L 
GFRSH, MARK H 

HAYWARD, DAVID KENNETH 
LESLIE, RUTH ANN 
MERRILL, FREDERICK, JR 
MURPHY, NORMA MARY 
PICKENS, WILHELM 
PONTIUS, JOHN SAMUELS 
ROBINSON, WILLIAM E 
ROGERS, LEE 
SEGAL, ED 
SIMON, DIANE A 
STOCKTON, KAROLE 
TALBFRT, JUDITH A 



FROM FEB. 1 TO JUNF 15 2,250.00 

FROM JUNE 16 250.00 

PRESS ASST, 5,425.02 

CLERK, TO FEB. 29 1,564.92 

FROM JUNE 15 213.33 

ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 16 266.67 

SECRETARY, 3,985.44 

OFFICE MANAGER, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 317.58 

AOMIN ASST (DIST OFF) 10,769.42 

SECTY, 4,477.00 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 

30 1,500.00 

FROM FEB. 1 3,650.00 

FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 750.00 

RESEARCH ASST, TO JAN. 31 1,000.00 

EXEC SECRETARY (WASH OFF), 9,565.00 

FROM JAN. 17 2,733.33 

LEGIS ASST, 7,970.82 

FROM JUNE 1 AND FROM JUNE 1 800.00 

6,343.32 

FROM MARCH 1 2,000.00 

SECRETARY, 3,985.44 

SECTY, TO JUNE 15 3,652.10 

FROM FEB. 14 2,854.17 



OFFICE OF HON. LARRY WINN, JR. 



ALOFRSON, MARCIA L 
BOND, RICHARD L 
BRIER, MARSHALL W, II 
OIEMER, SUSAN R 



ELDER, N 
EYSTER, 

FAYMAN, 

FLANDER, 

MERRITT, 

MONGAN, 

MOONEY, 

NELSON, 

ROWE, LO 

SALTZMAN 

SMITH, E 

VONACHEN 

WALTER 

WASHBURN 



AN ORR 

LUCINDA CAROL 
KAREN 
MARY ANN 
GILBERT R 
JEAN H 

SALLY PHILLIPS 
STEPHEN D 
U ANN 

RUSSELL E 
FFIE MARLENE 

VESTANA M 
WILLIAM REAGAN 
D GAY 



RESEARCH CLERK, 

CLERK, FROM JAN. 25 TO MAY 10 AND FROM 
JUNE 2 

CLERK, FROM MAY 30 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 .... 

TO JAN. 31 

CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM MAY 22 

CLERK, 

PRESS AIDE, FROM FEB. 1 

CLERK, TO JAN. 16 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 

CLERK, TO MAY 26 



3,961.68 
15,288.96 
10,000.02 

1,492.81 

5,694.20 

645.83 

260.00 

4,014.96 

984.41 

5,033.46 

2,500.00 

866.67 

4,964.5? 

3,333.35 

377.78 

125.00 

1,250.00 

4,064.69 



OFFICE OF HON. LESTER L. WOLFF 



BROWN, JOY MAYES 
CONDON, SHEILA A 
CONNELLY, WILLIAM P, 
DEMESQUITA, JEAN B 
EOSTROM, EDWARD W 
GOLDEN, RHODA 
HELLER, RUTH K 
HICKMAN, WILLIAM R, 
KIMBALL, ALBERT F 
LEVINF, HENRY D 
LEVINE, LESLEY 
MASFR, SHELBY R 
MILLER, GLORIA 
MITROVICH, GEORGE S 
OWENS, ROBERT 



STAFF ASST, 3,240.00 

STAFF ASST, 3,690.00 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 500.00 

ADM ASST 14,800.00 

SPECIAL ASST, TO JAN. 31 1,000.00 

STAFF ASST, 3,390.00 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO APRIL 30 2,625.00 

STAFF, 2,520.00 

EXEC ASST, 14,365.00 

STAFF ASST, FROM FEB. 1 2,804.00 

CLERK, TO JAN. 31 116.00 

STAFF ASST, 4,800.00 

STAFF ASST, 3,300.00 

DEPUTY EXEC ASST, FROM APRIL 15 3,784.44 

STAFF ASST, 3,690.00 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued i 



OFFICE OF HON. LESTER L. WOLFF - CONTINUED 



PELTZ, GERTRUDE 

PEPLOE, EILEEN M 
PEPLOE, JOHN W 
POWELL, NINA B 
ROBERTS, SAR4H K 
ROBINSON, BONNIE R 

W0R080W, DARYL L 



RECEPTIONIST, FROM MARCH 3 TO MARCH 31 

AND CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 $2,042.22 

STAFF ASST, TO MAY 31 1,250.00 

STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 500.00 

STAFF ASST, 1,920.00 

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, TO FEB. 6 1,020.00 

RECEPTIONIST, TO JAN. 31 AND CLERK, 

FROM FEB. 1 4,455.00 

STAFF ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 ... 381.00 



OFFICE OF HON. JIM WRIGHT 

BIARD, DOROTHY A 
BODIFORD, JIMMIE LEE 
BUCK, KATHEPINE E 
COLLOM, JONASUE AMMONS 
GEE, PATSY MARIE 
KANTOR, SUSAN 
LENIHAN, NANCY 8 
LUMLEY, BARBARA R 
LYNAM, MARSHALL L 
MIDDLETON, DON R 
MITCHELL, KATHERINE G 
PERRY, PATRICIA A 
SHOSID, JOE L 
STAAB, ANNE 
YOUNGBLOOD, MARJORIE B 



LEGIS ASST, 

SECRETARY, 

SECTY, FROM JUNE 17 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 16 

SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY, 

STAFF ASSISTANT, TO APRIL 30 

SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 1 

SECTY, 



5, 
8, 
3, 

2, 

4, 
4, 
15, 
3, 
7, 
4, 
7, 

4, 



892.00 
500.02 
165.00 
316.87 
851.02 
150.00 
923.00 
473.00 
288.48 
782.00 
672.02 
447.44 
844.52 
750.00 
748.52 



OFFICE OF HON. WENDELL WYATT 

BARBEY, HELENA G 
8EALS, BRUCE 
CARLSON, LOUISE 
HEDGES, VIRGINIA M 
HENNIGE, LUCILLE M 
HOYT, CHARLES T 
JEPSEN, DONALD C 
KEMO, L STANLEY 
PPARSe, ALBERTA M 
SEEBORG, HANNAH ■ 
SOUDERS, GENE T 
STEPHENS, LUCILLE MAE 
TARBELL, JAMES 
TILLINGHAST, ESTHER 



FROM JUNE 1 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .. 
SECRETARY, 

ADMIN ASST, 

FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 

TO MAY 31 AND FROM JUNE 5 

TO FEB. 29 AND FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 



750.00 

300.00 
9,729.24 
4,752.78 
5,088.24 
13,882.38 
8,946.36 
15,264.78 
6,486.18 
1,054.98 

650.58 
4,347.45 

975.87 
6,486.18 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN W. WYDLER 



APEA, STEVEN E 
BELTRONE, ARTHUR A, JR 



BUNDA, 

DAVIS, 

DIXON, 

GOERTLE 

GREGORY 

HAMILTO 

HOOPEL, 

KEANE, 

NAGEL, 

PFRSHIN 

POLIVY, 

PORTER, 

REILLY, 

RUBFNFE 

SOLARI, 

WHITE, 



HENRIETTA 
GLORIA J 
SUSANNA 
R, JOHN L 

ROBERT R 
N, GENE M 

ELIZABETH D 
MAUREEN H 
N B 
G, GLORIA I 

CALVIN 

ARIANNA 

HELEN M 
LD, HENRIETTA 

MARY V 
ANN S 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 19 
ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 16 

AND SPECIAL ASST, FROM HAY 1 

CLERK, FROM APRIL 19 

CLERK, TO JAN. 31 

ASSISTANT, TO JAN. 31 

ASSISTANT, FROM FEB. 1 

ADM ASST, 

CLERK, 

CASE WORKER, 

SECRETARY, 

ASSISTANT, TO FEB. 29 

CLERK, 

CLERK, 

CLERK, 

CLERK, 



120.00 

3,600.00 
1,548.33 
4,544.78 
583.33 
3,506.16 
1,000.00 
4,523.61 
13,878.22 
4,291.66 
8,314.40 
7,990.18 
2,000.00 
5,584.75 
3,634.27 
4,162.43 
4,291.68 
3,398.77 



I 131 

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i JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICF OF HON. CHALMERS P. WYL I E 



BAY, CAROLYN M 
EPSTEIN, JOAN 
FnULK, JACK M 
GIBBS, J PHILIP 
HEIMLICH, OENISE 
HOWARD, RICHARD G 
KRUEGFR, EVERETT H 
MASON, RUTH ANN 
MCNAMFE, DENNIS P 
RAWL, OIANNF LEE 
SCHROTE, RACHEL D 
VtFTS, POLLY JANE 
WALLFY, CATHI M 
WEBSTER, RUTH N 
WFGNER, CHARLES W, JR 



CASEWORKER, 44,483.50 

LEGIS SECRETARY, 3,692.52 

10,075.02 

DIST REPRESENTATIVE, 4,999.98 

SECTY, FROM JUNE 19 150.00 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 12 190.00 

STAFF, FROM JUNE 12 285.00 

EXEC SECRETARY, 5,697.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 12 ... 190.00 

LEGISLATIVE SECRETARY, TO JAN. 7 145.83 

CLERK, FROM APRIL 11 597.33 

SECTY, FROM JUNE 13 TO JUNE 14 34.17 

RECEPTIONIST, 3,745.02 

DISTRICT EXEC SECRETARY, 5,207.52 

LEGIS ASST, 7,648.74 



OFFICF OF HON. LOUIS C. WYMfiN 

AHLGREN, GREGORY JOHN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNF 1 ... 

ATCHESON, KRISTIN LEE ADMIN SECRETARY, 

BENNETT, CAPO A 

BROWNING, SARAH L DIST STAFF ASST, FROM MAY 1 

CHILDRE, JANA L LEGIS SECTY, 

DICKINSON, DOROTHEA EXEC SECRETARY, TO FEB. 29 AND 

CASEWORKER, from marCH I , 

OIETTERLE, PAUL HENRY DISTRICT ADMINISTRATOR, 

ECONOMIDFS, ELAINE SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 30 . 

FOLGER, ANNE M SECTY, FROM JUNE 1 

HARRANT, JOHN D LEGIS ASST, 

HILBER, SARA E SECRETARY, 

HOYT, NORA MAE STAFF ASST, TO MARCH 31 

IRVING, A TORRFY CLERK, TO JAN. 31 

IRVING, CYNTHIA DOWE STAFF CLERK, FROM FEB. I TO FEB. 29 . 

KOTSONIS, L RUTH DIST SECRETARY, , 

LARTSHN, KAREN D SECRETARY, 

MARTIN, HELEN B , 

OBRIEN, JUDITH M STAFF ASST, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 .... 

tlNEIL, ELIZABETH C DISTRICT ASST, TO JAN. 31 AND 

DISTRICT SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 TO 
MARCH 31 

PACKARD, NORMAN A DISTRICT SECRETARY, 

SCHIAPPA, GERARD F ADM ASST, 

OFFICE OF HON. SIDNEY R. YATES 

ALLEN, BARBARA W SECTY, 

BAIN, MARY ANDERSON ADM ASST, , 

BERGAN, HAROLD CLERK, TO JAN. 31 

KINZER, PHYLLIS C STAFF ASST, Tf) FEB. 29 AND EXEC ASST, 

FROM MARCH 1 , 

MANIKAS, PETER M LEGISLATIVE ASST, TO MAY 31 AND 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM JUNE 1 , 

MANSBACHER, URSULA STAFF ASST, 

MFRLO, JOAN MARIE CONGRESSIONAL AIDE, FROM JUNE 1 

MERRILL, STEPHEN A LEGIS ASST, FROM FEB. 15 TO APRIL 30 

MICKELSON, JUDITH MAPCY CONGRESSIONAL AIDE, FROM JUNE 1 , 

NADLIN, EDNA A STAFF ASST, , 

NOGUCHI, BETTY M STAFF ASST, TO MAY 31 AND STAFF 

SPECIALIST, FROM JUNE 1 

PLATNE, LLOYD LEVA LEGIS ASST, TO JUNE 7 

SCHNITZ, T JANET , 

STEWART, ANNE CLERK, TO JAN. 31 

WELLS, NFLDA A CLERK, FROM JAN. 24 

WHITTEN, DEBORAH B STENOGRAPHER, FROM MARCH 20 

OFFICF OF HON. GUS YATRON 

CAMNER, ELLEN M LEGIS ASST, , 

CASTLFBFRRY, LUELLA B CASE WORKER, , 

CRANDALL, JAMES A LEGIS ASST, , 

GEMMELL, JOSFPH P CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND ADMINISTRATIVE 

AIDE, FROM FEB. 1 , 

GOLDSTAN, JANFT SUSAN CONGRESSIONAL INTFPN, FROM JUNE 12 ... 



300.00 
5,749.98 
3,862.20 

583.34 
4,983.34 

8,533.32 

4,999.98 

991.67 

700.00 

6,500.00 

6,649.98 

500.01 

166.67 

700.00 

3,499.98 

3,649.98 

3,538.20 

700.00 



1,616.67 

5,749.98 
13,525.00 



5,539.98 

12,649.98 

1,141.67 

6,476.66 

4,958.35 

4,437.48 

500.00 

633.33 

500.00 

5,800.02 

6,020.83 
3,957.71 
832.80 
875.00 
3,270.83 
2,356.67 



6,416.65 
5,416.68 
5,354.15 

7,751.74 

190.00 



I 132 

I SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
I JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OPPICF OF HON. GUS YATRON - CnNTINUFD 

GPAY, ANN DOPAN CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO APRIL 30 AND 

FROM MAY fS 

MUSSFLMAN, MARY JANE SECRETARY, FROM JUNF 12 

PAULL, GFORGF 

RADFSKY, KATHY M RECEPTIONIST, 

ROBERTSON, MARY B ADMIN ASST, 

SAHM, SHARON M SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 AND 

STENOGRAPHER, FROM FEB. 1 

SAUERS, LOUTS M ADM AIDE, 

STEVENS, VERONICA T OFFICE MANAGER, 

OFFICE OF HON. C. W. BILL YOUNG 

ARNOLD, PAULINE ANN CLERK (SECRETARY) 

AYER, LORRAINE M SECRETARY, TO JAN. 14 

CONWAY, JOYCE E CONGRESSIONAL INTFRN, FROM JUNE 12 ... 

CRETEKOS, GEORGE N STAFF ASST, 

OESUTTER, DIANE C ASST-SECTY, FROM JUNE 15 

GLASSMAN, ELLEN JO CLERK-SECTY, FROM MAY 15 

GREGORY, DOUGLAS M DISTRICT ASSISTANT, 

HOLWERDA, DAVID GUY CLERK, TO MAY 31 

MCKINNON, GENEAN H CLERK, 

MILLER, BARBARA H CLERK-LEGIS ASST, 

NELLIU";, RICHARD SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 

NESBIT, MARY C CLERK-PERSONAL SFCTY, 

RANTZ, ROLAND H CLERK, 

SPITZIG, ANNIE RUTH CLERK (SECRETARY), 

STEVENS, KAREN L CLERK-SECTY, FROM JAN. 17 TO JUNE 2 .. 

WAHLER, ALICE S CASE ASST, 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN YOUNG 

FISHER, NANCY RUTH LEGIS RESEARCH CLERK, 

FRY, PHILOMENA C PERS SECTY-ADM AIDE, 

GARDNER, COLLEEN E 

HUGHES, GAIL F SECTY-CLFRK (LEGIS), 

MASUR, SHURLEY 01 ST OFFICE MGR , 

MCADAMS, HARRY E ADM ASST, 

NELSON, NAOMI M SECRFTARY-CLFR I C AL , FROM APRIL 1 

ONETL, DOPFEN ADM AIDE, 

PRENOERGAST, JOSEPH T LEGISLATIVE ASST, 

RFSLER, BARCLAY T, II RESEARCH ASST, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM MAY 

3 

WILD, SUSAN CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 

YRUEGAS, GLORIA SECRFTAR Y-CL ER K (PUBLICATIONS), 



tit 

2, 

3, 

10, 

2, 

4, 



202.78 
316.67 
664.78 
562.52 
482.00 

958.33 
874.98 
916.65 



4,000.02 

311.11 

190.00 

5,749.98 

244.44 

792.23 

7,000.02 

2,583.35 

4,000.02 

6,300.00 

12,499.98 

7,648.98 

1,431.00 

4,000.02 

2,644.43 

8,268.78 



6,600.00 
8,859.00 
6,028.98 
5,096.52 
4,897.50 
15,297.48 
2,499.99 
8,305.02 
7,912.50 

2,170.93 

444.33 
5,682.48 



OFFICE OF HON. CLEMENT J. ZABLOCKI 



BAGIN, JOANNE G 
CONNOR, INEZ E 
GOODMAN, MARGARET G 
HEINEMANN, KEITH C 
JACOBY, PATRICIA ANN 
MERKI, JANIS S 
NORRIS, CHARLOTTE N 
OSBOURNE, GAYLE V 
SCHIERA, JUDITH S 
SPALATIN, IVO JOSEPH 
WOZINSKT, LEONNE D 



OFFICE OF HON. ROGER H. 7I0N 

ALLES, ANTOINETTE 
ARNOLD, WAYNE LOUIS 
BECKER, SARAH R 



BELL, BELDEN HILL 
COOPER, HARRY A 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 

SECRETARY-CASE WORKER, 

LFGIS ASST, , 

INTERN, FROM JAN. 3 TO JAN. 31 ... 

PART-TIME SECRETARY, 

ASST TO ADM ASST, , 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, , 

FILE CLERK, 

SECRETARY-OIST OFF, 

ADM ASST, 

SECRETARY-DISTRICT OFF, , 

SECTY, TO JAN. 31 

CLERK-TYPIST, TO MAY 31 , 

CASE WORKER, 

LEGIS ASST, , 

CO-ORDINATOR OF FIELD OFFICE, .... 



300.00 
324.98 
534.98 
373.33 

160.00 
534.98 
700.00 
270.00 
639.98 
700.00 
745.0? 



325.00 

1,265.85 

4,483.50 

12,027.00 

12,238.02 



133 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE JPt 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ROGFR H. ZION - CONTINUFO 



oonos-JONes, hargaret 

EAST, CATHY JO 
FOERTSCH, SUZANNE 
HARRIS. MARY ANGELA 
HATHAWAY, MICHAEL 
JUNK, ROBERT C 
KASTING, RICHARD C 
LOHOFF, RANOY K 
MCCUTCHAN, ANN B 
MOHLER, JEFFREY N 
NELLIS, ANNA C 
OWEN, VIRGINIA G 
RAMSEY, HARVEY K 
RITZ, DIANE 

SAALWAECHTER, RUTH ANN 
WINDMILLER, DONALD S 



CLERK-TYPIST, TO MAY 31 AND SECRETARY, 

FROM JUNE 1 $2,697.90 

SECTY, TO JAN. 31 325.00 

FXEC SECRETARY, 4,099.98 

PRESS SECRETARY, TO JAN. 10 395. ftl 

STAFF ASST, 1,999.98 

ADM ASST, 14,137.02 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JUNE 1 368.33 

SECTY, TO JAN. 31 325.00 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JUNE 1 368.33 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 .... 300.00 

RECEPTIONIST, FROM JAN. 11 3,400.00 

DIST OFF MANAGER, 4,483.50 

FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, 1,375.02 

CLERK-TYRIST, FROM JUNE 1 368.33 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM MAY 1 833.34 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JUNE 1 368.33 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN M. ZWACH 

ALEXANDER, MOLLY 
BAHL, DOUGLAS OUANE 
GRAF, ARTHUR A, JR 
JOHNSON, CAROL 
KNEVEL, RUTH 
MAUS, LOUISE 
MCCOACH, PAMELA SUE 
POWELL, MARY BRYAN 
SHEY, MICHAEL E 
STITT, CAROL 

TISCHLER, JOHN F 
WEBB, CHARLOTTE ANN 

WITTROCK, ARLEN E 



SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 7 2,153.35 

CLERK, 600.00 

ADM ASST, 14,641.68 

LEGIS SECTY, 5,961.25 

DIST SECTY, 3,974.18 

LEGIS ASST, 5,229.18 

PERSONAL SECTY, 4,706.25 

RECEPTIONIST/SECRETARY, 3,921.65 

DISTRICT ASST, 7,466.67 

TASK FORCE STAFF DIR, FROM FEB. 1 TO 

FEB. 29 1,250.00 

PRFSS ASST, i 9,935.43 

SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 AND 

SECRETARY-CASE WORKER, FROM FEB. I ... 5,752.07 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 13 ... 180.00 



134 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Contin ued 

OFFICE OF THE SPEAKER 



ADAMS, IRIS J CLERK, 

CRAIG, CYNTHIA CLERK, FROM MARCH 2 TO MARCH 17 

DIXON, THOMAS R, JR CLERK, FROM JUNE 5 

DREYFORS, MICHELLE F CLERK, FROM MARCH 2 TO MARCH 17 

GIRVIN, PAULINE CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

FEB. 1 

JEFFFRS, DAVID R CLERK, TO JUNE 5 

JETER, SHIRLEY CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM MAY 24 .... 

KEISER, JUSTIN R PRESS SECRETARY, 

KITCHENS, TAMARA CLERK, 

KWnCK, KATHLEEN K L CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

FEB. 1 

LAWTON, JANE E STAFF, TO JAN. 31 AND CLERK, FROM FEB. 

I 

LIPSEN, JANICE CHARNA CLERK 

MCCLURE, JAMES H CLERK-MESSENGER, TO JAN. 31 AND CLERK, 

FROM FEB. 1 

RITTER, POLLY CLERK, 

ROBERTSON, DEBORAH JAN CLERK, 

THOMSON, SUE PARK CLERK, 

TOLSON, EARL E MESSENGER NO. 1, TO JAN. 31 AND 

CLERK-MESSENGER, FROM FEB. 1 

T0NU3BEE, SHERRY E CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND MESSENGER, FROM 

FEB. 1 

UNDFRWOOD, NANCY JANF CLERK, TO JUNE 15 

VARLEY, MARABETH A CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO JUNE 5 

WARD, CHARLES LELAND ADMINISTRATIVE ASST., 

YOURMAN, HOWARD CLERK, 

OFFICE OF THE PARLIAMENTARIAN 

BROWN, WILLIAM H, JR ASST PARLIAMENTARIAN, 

COCHRANE, WILLIAM P ASST PARLIAMENTARIAN, 

DESCHLFR, LEWIS PARLIAMENTARIAN, 

JOHNSON, CHARLES W, III LAW ASSIST ANT , 

METZGER, JOSEPH F CLERK, 

COMPILATION OF PRECEDENTS 

EDDY, JOAN RESEARCH ASSISTANT, 

CHAPLAIN 

LATCH, EDWARD G CHAPLAIN, 

OFFICE OF THE CLERK 

ALBERT, JOAN M CLERK, 

ALLEN, PETER H ASST DIRECTOR, 

ALLEN, ROBERT E ENROLL I NG-DIGFST CLERK, 

ALLISON, FRANCES S STENOGRAPHER, 

ANDERSON, HARRY P FOREMAN, MESSENGER-LABORER, TO APRIL 

AND MirPOPHOTOGRAPHER, FROM MAY 1 .. 

ANDERSON, MARY D SECY-RECEPTIONIST, FROM FEB. 1 

ANGLIN, BYRON C ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN, 

ANNETT, ANNE DILKS ACCOUNTS CLERK, 

ANYAN, CONSTANCE TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 

AYER, STANLEY H WAREHOUSE CLERK-OFF OF CLERK, 

BALDWIN, JOEL A LABORER, FROM FEB. 1 

BATTLE, HARRY MOSS, JR LABORER, TO FEB. 29 AND FROM MARCH 6 

TO MARCH 31 AND FROM APRIL 30 TO APRIL 
3 

BATTLE, THOMAS CARPET LAYER, 

BEITEL, MARCEL L BILL CLERK, 

BELL, EDWARD G FILE CLERK, LIB-DOC ROOM, 

BERRY, AMANDA F TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 

BERRY, ROBERT E READING CLERK (MINI, 

BLEVTNS, RODNEY T APPRENTICE LOCKSMITH, 

BODINF, FREDERICK H CARPET LAYER, 

BOUCHARD, CATHERINE A TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 

BOWLES, GERALD ALLEN MESSENGER, 

BREECE, KATIE K SALES CLERK, 

BRENNAN, MARGARET E PERSONNEL CLERK, 



$8,208.33 

53.33 

195.00 

53.33 

7,291.67 

103.33 

913.89 

7,291.67 

5,208.33 

4,208.32 

7,291.67 
10,000.02 

5,715.01 
4,450.00 
6,466.65 
7,208.32 

4,817.18 

4,389.17 

2,951.07 

682.50 

18,000.00 

7,000.02 



18,000.00 
18,000.00 
21,095.94 
12,750.00 
10,206.48 



7,492.14 



9,884.40 



4,112.52 
7,090.25 
9,867.00 
4,913.84 

4,262.06 
3,944.60 
6,517.50 
4,868.52 
4,273.50 
4,519.50 
2,807.50 



1,706.56 
5,027.36 
9, 156.27 
4,384.02 
5,050.50 
13,957.98 
4,314.69 
5,294.56 
4,273.50 
3,569.52 
4,474.34 
7,710.48 



135 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFtCF OF THE CLERK - CONTINUED 



BROWN, ALICE N 
BRU'^SO, MARGARET C 
BUCHANAN, KENNETH A 
BHLLINGTON, MARY A 
BURKHART, DENNIS FRANK 

BURKHOLDER, BETTY JANE 
BURKS, GEORGE M 
BUSH, CLEVELAND 
BUTLER, FRANCIS JOSEPH 
BUTTS, ALFRED 
BYRD, JACQUELINE DEAN 
CADY, JAMES E 
CALGARO, JOHN 
CAMPBELL, ADELIA ANNE 
CAMPBELL, ELLEN M 
CAYLOR, CLARENCE C 
CAYLOR, WILLIAM S 
CEFALO, MICHAEL J 
CHAGNON, JOHN F 
CHAPELLI, KATHLEEN 
CLAGETT, JOHN H, III 
CLARK, DOROTHY R 
CLARK, LINDA PRICE 
CLARK, PAUL M 
CLARKE, WILLIAM B 
COLLEY, WILFRED R 
CONNORS, JERRY C 
COOKE, JOHN WILSON 
COOPER, KENT C 
COOPER, WENDELL H 
COPENHAVER, ROGER D 
CORBIN, ALVIN L, JR 
CRAM, JANE 
CRESSELL, CHARLES E 
CROW, CHENEY G 
DADE, ALFRED 
DAVIS, PATRICIA M 
DAVIS, PATRICIA M 
DECKER, DONALD LEE 
DEFILIPPO, LOtJIS J 
DELBALZO, FRANCIS A 
DENDY, DALLAS L, JR 
DIXON, WILLIAM, JR 
DODDRIDGE, KATHLEEN M 
DOLEN, JANNIE A' 
DUNGAN, PAULINE Z 
EARL, LOUISE M 
EVANS, MARVIN R 
EVERETT, JAMES A 
FANNING, MICHAEL 
FENSTERMACHER, MARY R 
FERGUSON, FRANCIS X 
FFRNEAU, H ROBERT 
FIEDLER, RUBY ANN 
FLAHERTY, MICHAEL P 
FOLEY, AILEEN M 
FORD, THELMA E 
FOSTER, ALVIN C 
FOSTER, FRANK E 
FOXX, RICHARD ALLEN 
FRATANTUONO, GAYLE W 
FREDERICK, LEROY 
FRITZINGER, HARRY T 
GAINES, ELENITA C 
GARCIA, TONY F 
GARNER, JAMES I 
GERBER, WILLIAM 
GLORTUS, NANCY C 

GOLDBECK, EILEEN M 
GORDON, GLADYS B 
GRAVES, JOSEPH DANIEL 
GRAY8ILL, MICHAEL A 
GREENE, PATRICIA APCAR 



TELEPHONE OPERATOR, $5,050.50 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 5,050.50 

STOCK CLERK, FROM JUNE 12 499.65 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 5,050.50 

CLERK-MESSENGER, FROM JAN. 11 TO FEB. 

14 674.24 

SENIOR PAYROLL CLERK, 7,596.00 

lABORER, 3,945.52 

REPAIRMAN (ELEC TYPEWRITER), 5,358.14 

SUPERVISOR, FROM APRIL 17 2,902.65 

SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 730.67 

SP ACCOUNTS CLERK, 5,431.02 

ASSISTANT TO BILL CLERK, 5,431.02 

FIELD OPERATIONS MGR, 5,896.98 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,273.50 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 26 114.24 

CARPET LAYER, 5,027.36 

FOREMAN-CARPET SHOP CLERK, 6,109.67 

ASSISTANT CHIEF, 7,268.75 

CHIEF, MICROFILM SECTION, FROM HAY 5 • 1,689.65 

SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 20 2,656.03 

LABORATORY TECHNICIAN, 6,206.52 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR 5,050.50 

TELEPHONF OPERATOR, 4,273.50 

AUDIO SPECIALIST, 7,448.52 

ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN 6,750.00 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 16,085.75 

SENIOR EMPLOYEE BENEFITS CLERK, 7,060.50 

LABORER, 3,490.93 

REPORT CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 2,715.51 

SALES CLERK, 4,519.50 

ASSISTANT CHIEF, 7,447.25 

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN, 5,431.02 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 9,022.98 

TYPEWRITER REPAIRMAN, 5,358.14 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 594.92 

JANITOR LABORER, 3,678.17 

CLERK, FROM MAY 22 TO MAY 31 178.48 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 594.92 

REPAIRMAN-WORKING SUPERVISOR, 6,134.31 

UPHOLSTERER, 5,027.36 

ASSISTANT JOURNAL CLERK, 8,131.02 

ASST ENROLLING-DIGEST CLERK, 7,417.50 

LABORER, FROM FEB. 1 2,807.50 

VOUCHER CLERK, TO JUNE 4 3,634.81 

TEIEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,273.50 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 5,050.50 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 5,050.50 

SENIOR AUDIT CLERK, 8,131.02 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 5 594.03 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 594.92 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,662.00 

MESSENGER-LABORER, 3,678.17 

ASST. ENROLLING-DIGEST CLERK, 10,083.48 

TELEPHONF OPERATOR, 4,273.50 

LIBRARY ASSISTANT, TO MAY 31 4,785.00 

SENIOR CLERK, 6,517.50 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 5,050.50 

LABORER, FROM FEB. 7 TO APRIL 5 1,104.28 

FINISHER, 5,574.48 

MESSENGER-LABORER, 3,561.60 

PAYROLL CLERK, 4,846.02 

ASST FOREMAN, 4,492.64 

UPHOLSTERER, 5,574.48 

TELEPHONF OPERATOR, TO FEB. 29 1,683.50 

FINISHER, 5,574.48 

LABORER, 3,467.76 

CLERK, TO MAY 31 3,766.25 

ASSISTANT CHIEF, TO MARCH 31 AND 

SENIOR REPORT CLERK, FROM APRIL 20 ... 5,736.91 

SECRETARY, 5,818.98 

CHIEF-OFFICE EOUI P. SERVICE , 9,663.48 

LABORER, 3,678.17 

PAYROLL CLERK, TO MARCH 19 2,077.49 

SECRETARY, 7,477.00 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



DFFICF OF THF CLERK - CONTINUFO 



GRORG, FDWAOD PAY 
GRURBSt RALPH Y 
GUTHRIE, BENJAMIN J 
HACKNEY, CHARLES W, JR 
HAKF, IVAN W 
HARDY, HOWARD D 
HARR IS, SHIRLEY L 
HARTNETT, WILLIAM W 
HASH, MICHAEL M 
HAWKINS, MICHAEL 
HAYOEN, OWENS FRANKLIN 
HAYS, PAUL 

HENSHAW, EOMUNO L, JR 
HENSON, JAMES W 

HFNY, MICHAEL, JR 
HICKFY, BARBARA ANN 

HOLLIDAY, WILLIE 
HORN, BETTY CAROLYN 
HOYE, FRANCIS P 
HUESTER, BETTE W 
HUTTON, KATHRYN V 
INGE, CLAUDE 
INGE, EDWARD 
INGRAM, JOHN D 
JACKSON, HERBERT E 
JACKSON, MC ARTHUR 
JACOBS, ROBERT 8 
JENKINS, JOHN P 
JENNINGS, W PAT 
JERNIGAN, HELEN 
JOHANN, DON^L0 W 
JOHNSON, MARY F 
JOHNSON, MICHAEL F 
JOHNSON, WILLIAM C 
JONES, DAVID L 
JONES, onNNA R 
JOSEPH, EUGENE E 
KALMSN, WALTER 
KAMINSKY, MARK S 

KELL, PETER, JR 

KELLAHER, EDWARD T 
KIZFR, AILFEN L 

KNOUS, ROBERT LEE, JR 
KOLZAK, STEPHEN F 
KORNEGAY, HORACE R, JR 
KOSTFLNICK, JOHN M 
KOVACS, AKOS 
KUCHLER, JOSEPH A 

LAOD, THOMAS E 
LANE, ESTHER C 
LARK, RONALO M 
LARSON, THOMAS E 
LAWLER, JOHN E 
LFE, BILL R 
LEE, OBADIAH 
LEWIS, RUSSELL WARREN 



LIESCH, JOHN J 
LINO, OOROTHFA M 
LLOYD, MARY ANN 
LONG, PATRICIA A 
LONG, THOMAS V 
LONG, WILLIAM R 
LORD, THORN P 
LYNCH, MICHAEL E 

LYNN, JOHN R 
MALIN, JAMFS W 



ASSISTANT FOREMAN CARPET SHOP, 

CAMERAMAN, 

DIRECTOR OF LEGIS PPOCESSFS, 

READING CLERK, 

CABINETMAKER, 

LABORER, TO FEB. 29 

BOOKKEEPING MACHINE OPERATOR, 

ELECTRONIC SPECIALIST, 

ASST TALLY CLERK, FROM JAN. 19 

MESSENGER -SERVICEMAN, 

LABORER, FROM MAY 1 

ASSISTANT BILL CLERK (MIN), 

FILE CLK, 

MACHINE OPERATOP-MESSFNGER, FROM JUNE 

5 

SENIOR ACCOUNTS CLERK, 

FILE CLERK, TO FEB. 29 AND CLERK, FROM 

MARCH 1 

CHIEF-STOCKROOM UNIT, 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 19 

JOURNAL CLERK, 

CLERK, 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS CLERK, FROM JAN. 11 

APPRENTICE UPHOLSTERER CLERK, 

ASST FIELD OPR MGR CLERK, 

LABORER, 

LABORER, 

LEADING MAN, 

COORDINATOR OF OPERATIONS, 

TALLY CLERK 

CLERK OF THE HOUSE, 

CLERK, 

SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 3 

CLERK, TO FEP. 29 

MESSENGER, 

LABORER, 

FINISHER, 

SALES CLERK, 

MESSENGER LABORER, 

ASST BILL CLERK, 

SENIOR REPORT CLERK, FROM MARCH 10 TO 
MARCH 31 AND SUPERVISOR, FRQM APRIL 20 
SENIOR REPORT CLERK, FROM MARCH 10 TO 
MARCH 31 AND SUPERVISOR, FROM APRIL 20 

CHIEF-PROPERTY SUPPLY, 

SECRETARY, TO MARCH 31 AND REPORT 

CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 

RECORD CLERK, 

CLERK-MESSENGER, TO JAN. 10 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

FOREMAN, 

MASSEUR, 

ASST ENROLLING-DIGEST CLERK, FROM 

APRIL IP 

METHODS S SYSTEMS ANALYST, 

SECRETARY, 

FINISHER-FINISHING SHOP, 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

ASSISTANT CHIEF, FROM JAN. A 

REPAIRMAN AU^O TYPEWRITER, 

CLERK-MESSENGER, 

SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 TO MARCH 31 AND 
PAYROLL CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 TO APRIL 

30 

CARPFT LAYER PROP. SUPPLY CLER, 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS CLERK, 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 

ASST COORD OPERATIONS, 

SAI FS CLERK, 

PAYROLL CLERK, FROM MAY 11 

FILE CLFRK, FROM MARCH l^ 

CLERK-MESSENGER, FROM FEB. 15 TO MARCH 

31 

PETIBEMFNT ADVISOR, 

SUPERVISOR, 



$5,841.83 
8,223.48 

13,200.48 

13,957.98 
6,109.67 
1,199.84 
4,519.50 

11,835.00 
6,675.75 
4,492.64 
1,123.00 
7,596.00 
5,199.00 

594.03 
7,060.50 

4,526.52 
4,868.52 
274.17 
13,957.98 
5,140.50 
4,470.55 
4,492.64 
5,004.48 
3,678. 17 
3,678.17 
4,046.52 
5,767.83 
11,693.52 
19,999.98 
5,275.98 
2,010.56 
1,690.83 
3,569.52 
3,678.17 
4,962.69 
4,496.92 
3,996.02 
7,060.50 

4,164.20 

4, 164.20 
10,069.98 

5,104.77 
5,431.02 
198.31 
594.92 
6,052.41 
4,492.64 

3,177.23 
11,835.00 
5,535.02 
5,501.14 
594.92 
6,942.83 
5,612.86 
3,569.52 



2,159.76 
5,294.56 
5,974.23 
4,273.50 
4,959.16 
4,496.92 
1,314.87 
2,421.82 

912.21 
4,227.48 
8,017.50 



I 137 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



DFFICF OF THF CLERK - CONTINUFn 



HANLFY, M4RY 4GNES 
MAYERf RONALO 
MCr.REE, rtON ALLEN 
MCOANIEL, OWIGHT S 
MCF&ODFN. AUSTIN A 
MCFALL, ALICIA M P 
MCKAY, GOROON ANDREW 
MFHOK, JOHN CHARLES 
MELVIN, GARFIELO D 
MENTFNHALL, EMMA C 
MENSAH, KINGSTON A 
MILES, CATHERINE J 
MILLER, 8FNNY BRANDT 
MILLER, JAMFS R 
MINNIX, WARREN E 
MITCHELL, ARLEN V 
MOAKLER, MARY D 
MOLLOY, JAMES T 
MONNETT, LARRY EDWARD 
MOODY, WILLIAM C 
MOORE, EDDIE 
MORGAN, SARA 
MORRIS, THFRON F 
MOSFLEV, R0=1ERT M, SR 



MOTLEY 

MIJRPHY 
MURRAY 
NELSON 
NEWSOM 
NICKEL 
NIXON, 
NOBLES 
NORRIS 
NUGENT 
OLSON, 
OLSON, 
ONFAL, 
OPAUSK 
OVERTO 
PALMER 
PARKFR 
PASCOF 



ROBERT L 
LONZ IE 
MICHAEL LEO 
PAUL N 
E, JAMES L 
SON, ELKANIE 

HARRISON C 
, THOMAS STEVEN 
, ROBERT LEF 
, ETHEL E 
ROBERT F, 
VIRGINI A 
CORNELIUS 
I, MICHAEL F 
N, JOSEPH A, 
, JOHN LOUIS 
, ODETTE 
, R F 



JR 



I II 



PATF, JO ANNE 
PATTERSON, ROBERT T 
PAXTON, FRANCES D 
PEARSON, EDWIN E 
PFTTIS, FREDERICK R 
PICKFPAL, CATHERINE G 
PICKETT, DIANE BRUCF 
PTEKNIK, JEAN 
POLFN, EDWARD P 
DOPE, JUSTINE KAY 
POPR, DANIEL HERBERT, , 
PRESTON, JACKIE 

PURTELL, DORA ANN F 
OUISENBERRY, LARRY D 
RAOER, ROBERT LAWRENCE 
RAGSDALE, JERRY A 
RAINES, ROBERT EONZO 
REIO, MOLLIS C 
RHOADS, PHILIP S 
RICE, SUZZANNE P 
RICHARDSON, GEORGE H 
RICHARDSON, JAMES B 
RICHMOND, THOMAS J 
RIOGELL, LIONEL B 
ROBBINS, NEIL K 
ROUMFL, ANGELINA 
RUBLE, CARL R 
RUCCHIO, ROSEMARY 
RUIT, THOMAS 
SARP, JO CAROL 



TELEPHONE OPEPfiTOR, t4, 273.50 

AUDIO SPEriAlIST, 6,362.52 

LABORER, 3,538.52 

CLERK-DRIVER, 4,112.5? 

REPAIRMAN OFF EOP (CLERKI, 5.574.48 

CLEi'K, FROM JUNE 13 356.95 

CHIEF, 8,390.18 

CABINETMAKER, 5,574.48 

LABORER (LEADING MAN) 4,046.52 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 5,050.50 

CAPPENTFR, 4,740.25 

BOOKKEEPER, 6,497.52 

CHIEF, 9,122.5? 

REPAIRMAN-AUTOMATIC TYPE, 5,650.69 

ASST JOURNAL CLERK INOEXER MIN, 5,742.00 

CHIEF-ACCOUNTS UNIT, 8,081.5? 

CLERK-TELEPHONE, 4,632.40 

CHIEF-<=INANCE OFFICE, 12,745.02 

LABORER, TO JAN. 31 615.17 

DIRECTOR, 9,393.16 

LABORER, FROM MAY 8 991.98 

CHIEF, LIPRARY-DOCUMFNT ROOM, 9,460.98 

ASSISTANT TALLY CLERK, 7,239.00 

REPAIRMAN-ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER, TO 

HARCH 31 2,702.15 

CABINFTMAKER, 5,574.48 

LABOR FOREMAN, 5,0?5.69 

SALES CLERK, 4,112.52 

MESSENGER, 3,918.48 

TYPEWRITER REPAIRMAN, 4,868.19 

LABORER, 3,584.68 

INVENTORY CONTROL CIK-CLFRK, 4,519.50 

VOUCHER EXAMINER, FROM JUNE 5 594.03 

FINISHERS HELPER, 4,373.51 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR 5,050.50 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 12 376.78 

ASST CHIEF TFLEDHONE OPER, 6,216.00 

LABORER 3,678.17 

ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN, 6,232.52 

ASSISTANT TALLY CLERK, FROM MAY 22 ... 1,529.78 

LABORER, 3,673.17 

SENIOR REPORT CLERK, FROM APRIL ?0 ... ?,448.13 
STOCK CLERK PROP SUP CLERK, TO FEB. 29 

1,668. 16 

SALFS CLERK, 5,334.00 

MANAGER INVENTORY CONTROL, 5,690.34 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 5,050.50 

ASST. DISBURSING CLERK, 10,442.08 

LABORATORY TECHNICIAN, 6,051.48 

TELEPHONE OPFRATOR, 5,050.50 

SECRETARY, 5,819.49 

AUDIT CLERK, 5,896.98 

ASSISTANT CHIEF-PROP. SUPPLY, 8,487.48 

SECRETARY, 5,535.0? 

CAMERAMAN, 6, 23?. 5? 

REPAIRMAN (ELEC TYPEWRITERS), FROM 

APRIL 10 2,294.11 

SUPERVISOR ADMINISTRATIVE DIV, 9,450.00 

PERSONNEL CLERK, 4,733.52 

CARPFT LAYER, 4,4«'2.64 

MESSENGER, 3,802.02 

LABORER, 3,537.27 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 16 297.46 

AUDIO SPECIALIST, 5,431.02 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 19 237. Q7 

LABORER, 3,584.68 

ASSISTANT BILL CLERK, 7,179.50 

CLERK-MESSENGER, 4,?67.50 

FOREMAN-FINISHING SHOP, 6,376.39 

CHIEF-ENGINEERING SECTION, 8,913.00 

PAYROLL CLERK, 5,457.02 

SENIOR ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN, 7,596.00 

ACCOUNTS CLERK, 5,431.02 

ASST FOREMAN, 5,841.33 

FILE CLERK, FROM JUNE 19 237.97 



138 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICF OF THE CLERK - CONTINUED 



SARTORI, JOAN ANN TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 

SAYER";, ALBERT, JR CLERK-MESSENGER, FROM MAY 3 

SAYLOR, SUSAN K ASSISTANT CHIEF, FROM MAY 1 

SCHAEFLE, CAROLINE R ASSISTANT TALLY CLERK, TO MAY 31 ... 

STHULTZ, MARGUERITE S RECEPTIONIST, 

SCOTT, WILSON M CAMERAMAN, 

SEPESY, RICHARD F CABINETMAKER, 

SHEA, NORA CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

SHEFFIELD, FRANK MESSENGER-LABORER, TO MAY 31 AND 

FOREMAN, FROM JUNE 1 

SHIPLEY, JOHN RUSSELL UPHOLSTERER, 

SMITH, JAMES RALPH LEADING MAN, 

SMITH, JOE NATHAN LABORER, FROM APRIL 13 

SMITH, JOHN F LABORER, TO FEB. 4 

SMITH, M KENNETH PAPER & PRINTING CLERK, 

SNOAD, CHARLES W AUDIT CLERK, 

SNOW, WILLIAM DONALD UPHOLSTERER, 

SOUTHARD, LAWRENCE G, III SENIOR REPORT CLERK, FROM MARCH 10 . 

STEPHENSON, HOWARD B UPHOLSTERER, 

STEPHENSON, JAMES W FOREMAN-UPHOLSTERY SHOP, 

STERLING, CHARLES W, JR REP AI PMAN-OFF EQP. (CLERK), 

STITH, ROBERT BOYD CLERK- ADMI NI STRATI VE DIVISION, FROM 

MARCH 16 

STOFEL, OWEN SENIOR ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN, 

SWIFT, BEATRICE M TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 

TAYLOR, AVON LABORER, TO JAN. 31 

TEMPLETON, ROBERT A SECRETARY, FROM MAY 22 • 

THOMAS, EDWARD A HELPER UPHOLSTERY SHOP CLERK, 

THOMAS, LFF ASSISTANT JOURNAL CLERK (MIN), 

THORNE, DEBORAH L CLERK, FROM JUNE 5 

TOLIVER, JAMES HELPER CABINET SHOP CLERK, 

TRAMMELL, SUSAN T GENERAL CLERK, 

TREASURE, GEORGE R FILE CLERK, TO MAY 31 AND LIBRARY 

ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 19 

TSOUROUNIS, GEORGIA ACCOUNTS CLERK, 

UPFOLD, D LOUISE TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 

VANN, BEN JAMES LEADING MAN, 

VANN, DEVON C FINISHER'S HELPER, 

VASS, ALICE V ACCOUNTS CLERK, 

VOOROE, FRANCES M SUPERVISOR, FROM APRIL 1 

WALKER, CHRISTIAN L CHIEF, PRODUCTION SEC 

WALLACE, ALFONZA LABORER, 

WANAMAKER, ANNE L CLERK, 

WARLEY, WALTER A LABORER, 

WEAVER, WARD JOHN UPHOLSTERER, 

WEED, HENRY M CARPENTER, 

WELLMON, REX HAROLD MESSENGER, 

WELLS, LINDA E MACHINE OPR / MESSENGER, TO MAY 31 . 

WHEATLEY, HARRY F CARPET LAYER, 

WHITE, WALTER M LABORER, 

WHITLEY, JACK LEE, SR APPRENTICE, 

WILEY, JEANETTE W PAYROLL CLERK, 

WILLETT, WILLIAM W ASSISTANT UPHOLSTERER, 

WILLIAMS, JAMES M, SR STOCK CLERK, 

WILLIAMSON, ELEANOR L SENIOR PERSONNEL CLERK, 

WILLS, HAROLD JOSEPH MASTERLOCKSMTH PROP SUP CLERK, 

WISE, THOMAS CLAYTON STOCK CLERK, 

WOHL, DAUL LEGAL COUNSEL, 

WOODBURN, WALTER A LABORER, 

WOODWARD, WILLIAM R REPAI RMAN-OFF EOUP (CLERK), 

WORTMAN, STANLEY J ASST MGR INVENTORY CONTROL, 

YOUNG, RAY M PURCHASING CLERK, 

DIMMER, MARILYN A FILE CLERK, 

OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS 

ABERNATHY, GILBERT H LT, 

ABERNETHY, THOMAS F PRIVATE, 

ARRAMS, JOHN C PRIVATE, FROM JUNE 5 

ADAMS, JAMES W PRIVATE, 

ADAMS, ROBERT B, SR PRIVATE, FROM MAY 8 

AGNFR, DAVID W PRIVATE, 

AKERS, JAMES EDWARD PRIVATE, , 

ALCORN, PAUL RAY PRIVATE, 



$4,273.50 
1,150.18 
1,810.34 
2,317.10 
4,112.52 
6,232.52 
5,574.48 
594.92 

3,530.76 
5,574.48 
4,046.52 
2,021.40 
720.45 
5,275.98 
5,140.50 
5,574.48 
3,827.35 
5,841.83 
6,376.39 
5,841.83 

2,761.22 
7,090.25 
4,273.50 

615.17 

1,025.60 

3,678.17 

11,522.52 

515.60 
3,678.17 
4,733.52 

4,236.32 
4,733.52 
4,662.00 
4,046.52 
3,538.52 
5,818.98 
3,530.25 
8,316.50 
3,678.17 
6,672.48 
3,538.52 
5,574.48 
5,090.86 
4,267.50 
3,517.74 
4,254.35 
3,467.76 
4,195.51 
5,431.02 
5,574.48 
3,918.48 
9,380.52 
6,109.67 
4,248.48 
13,161.66 
3,537.27 
5,574.48 
4,733.52 
8,592.48 
4,112.52 



8,158.50 
4,532.52 
654.70 
4,532.52 
1,334.58 
4,532.52 
4,921.02 
4,921.02 



139 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE SERC7EANT AT ARMS - CONTINUED 

ALFXANDFRt nONALO E PRIVATEt $5,180.02 

ALEXANDER, EDWARD R PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

ALLAN, SHORFY CHAD PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

ALLWARD, DENNIS D PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

ANDERSON, CHARLIE PRIVATE, TO JUNE 29 4,699.43 

ANDREWS, HIRAM E, III PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

ARRINGTON, ANDREW J, JR PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

ASHTON, WILLIAM HOWARD PRIVATE, FROM MARCH 27 2,356.98 

AUSTIN, DONALD ELTON PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

BACKMAN, SAMMY LEON PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

BAGIS, WILLIAM DENNIS PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

BARCUS, CHARLES E PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

BARRETT, LEO R PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

BARRETT, RAYMOND J PRIVATE, FROM FEB. 14 3,449.75 

BARTRAM, FRED VERNON PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

BASS, MICHAEL L PRIVATE, FROM FEB. 28 3,097.22 

BAUER, JOSEPH J, III PRIVATE, FROM APRIL 24 1,687.10 

8AYES, RONALD E PRIVATE, FROM JUNE 5 654.70 

BELL, HERBERT MILO, JP PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

BELL, LEWIS W PRIVATE 4,921.02 

BENNETTE, LAVANT SERGEANT, 6,475.02 

BENSON, WALTER E PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

BERMAN, RONALD L PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

BEUCHERT, JEROME J, JR PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

BIEOENHARN, WILLIAM G PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

BINFORO, LINWOOO T, JR orivATE, FROM FEB. 1 3,777.10 

BLACK, CLARENCE MANNIE PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

BLAKE, CALVIN J PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

BL00G6TT, CLARENCE R, JR PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 3 4,482.16 

BOLOUC, LOUIS P PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 17 4,129.63 

BOND, GEORGE H PRIVATE 4,921.02 

BOROWSKI, MICHAEL A PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

BOSWFLL, WILLIAM C PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

BOWERS, ALLEN PRICE LIEUTENANT, 8,158.50 

BOWLING, BENJAMIN F PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

BRADFORD, GRADY LARRY PRIVATE, FROM JUNE 5 654.70 

RRENNAN, WILLIAM F PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 17 4,129.63 

BREY, J D PRIVATE, TO MARCH 19 1,989.27 

BRIERLY, LEE ALVA TECHNICIAN, 5,309.52 

BROOKS, BARRY L PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

BROWN, DALE EDWARD PRIVATE 4,532.52 

BROWN, HENRY, JR PRIVATE 4,921.02 

BROWN, HERBERT F PRIVATE, FROM MARCH 27 2,366.98 

•BROWN, KEITH C PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

BRYAN, IVAN PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

BRYANT, MEREL STEVEN PRIVATE, FROM APRIL 24 1,687.10 

BRYANT, WILLIAM B, SR PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

BUCKLEY, DESALES H SERGEANT, 6,475.02 

BUCKLEY, RONALD G PRIVATE, FROM FEB. 1 3,777.10 

BURFORD, JIMMIE R PRIVATE, FROM APRIL 24 1,687.10 

BURGESS, L MICHAEL PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

BURGOON, ROBERT D PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 3 4,482.16 

BURKHEAD, KENNETH L PL AI NCLOTHESMAN , 5,698.02 

BUSTER, THEODORE J PRIVATE, 4,985.77 

BUTLER, MELVIN JEROME PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

CAGIGAS, JAIME J PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

CAINE, JOHN PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

CAMERON, THEODORE S PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

CAMPBELL, BRUCE DALE PRIVATE, FROM APRIL 10 2,039.63 

CAMPBELL, HARRY R SGT, 6,863.52 

CANNAOY, WILLIAM E, JR PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

CAPPS, CECIL L PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 3 4,482.16 

CARVER, GEORGE BRYAN LT, 8,547.00 

CASHOOLLAR, VIRGINIA L CLERK, 4,733.52 

CASTILLO, GILBERT G PRIVATE, FROM JUNE 5 654.70 

CHAPIN, GEORGE H BOOKKEEPER, FROM FEB. 1 5,172.10 

CHEIF, FRANK, JR PRIVATE, TO APRIL 17 2,925.27 

CHICK, ROLAND EVERETT PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

CHRISTIAN, DAVID K PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

CHRISTIAN, JOHN JOSEPH PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

CLANCY, ROBERT J PRIVATE, TO JAN. 8 201.45 

CLARK, CHARLES P PRIVATE, FROM FEB. 28 3,097.22 

CLARK, PATRICK E PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 17 ■. . . . 4,129.63 

CLEM, JOHN HENRY, JR TECHNIC I AN-K9 , 5,309.52 

CLINE, WILLIE PAUL PRIVATE, 4,921.02 



79-639 O - 72 - 10 



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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF THF SERGEeNT AT ARMS - CONtTTNUED 

CLINTON, KERMIT H SERGEANT, $6,863.52 

COHILL, PAUL DOUGLAS PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

COLINET, nOMINICK PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

COOK, KENNETH PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

COOKSEY, ROBERT H TELLER, 7,060.50 

COOPER, ARTHUR L PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

COOPER, LEON C SERGEANT, 6,475.02 

CORSETTI, STEVAN J PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

COSGROVE, PHILIP J PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

COX, LARRV OWAIN PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

CROWELL, BETTINA L PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

CROWL, JOHN LEE, JR PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

CRUMP, ROBERT EDWARD, JR PRIVATE, FROM MAY 8 1,334.58 

CULMER, CALVIN PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

CUMMINGS, JOHN J, III PRIVATE, FROM APRIL 24 1,687.10 

CURRIE, BRUCE ALAN PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

CURRY, DAVID A SERGEANT, 6,863.52 

CURTIS, MONTE E PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

OAMERON, JAMES GARY TECHNIC I AN-K9 , 5,698.02 

DANIELS, CARLSON B, JR PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

DANIELS, JOHN E PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

DAVIS, HAROLD G PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

OAVIS, HUGHE PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

DAVIS, JERRY LEROY PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

DAVIS, WILLIAM B PRIVATE, FROM APRIL 24 1,687.10 

DFANDE, GILBERT L PRIVATE, FROM MARCH 13 2,719.51 

OEAS, JOE, JR PRIVATE, FROM MAY 8 1,334.58 

OELUCCA, JOHN J PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

DEWEES, JAMES M PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 3 4,482.16 

DIONNE, ROBERT LEE PRIVATE, FROM APRIL 10 2,039.63 

OITOTO, JOHN A PRIVATE, FROM FEB. 14 3,449.75 

DITZLER, CLYDE WILMER PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

DOBBS, WILLIAM MAYO PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

DODERER, ARTHUR E, JR PRIVATE 4,726.77 

DOnSON, GEORGE A PL A INCLOTHESMAN , 5,374.27 

DOGGETT, EDMUND C PRIVATE, FROM MARCH 13 2,719.51 

DONOVAN, JAMES R PRIVATE, FROM APRIL 10 TO MAY 28 1,233.85 

DORFMAN, LOUIS E PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

DOSS, HORACE SFA.Y PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

DOUGHERTY, JOSEPH M PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

OOWELL, RAYMOND R PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

DOYLE, JOHN DONALD PRIVATE, 4,985.77 

DRAPER, GEORGE A PRIVATE, FROM JUNE 5 654.70 

DUNN, ARTHUR JOSEPH PRIVATE 4,921.02 

DWYER, JAMES THOMAS PRIVATE, FROM MARCH 27 2,366.98 

EADES, RODNEY C PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

FADES, RONALD E PRIVATE; 5,309.52 

EATON, CHARLES A, III PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

EATON, RAYMOND E PRIVATE, FROM APRIL 10 2,039.63 

EDL, ERWIN L PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

EDWARDS, CHARLES J PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

ELLIOTT, GEORGE, JR PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

EMORY, WILLIAM H PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

ESCALAOA, BENITO PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

EUILL, JOHN W PLAINCLOTHESMAN, 5,568.52 

EVANS, MILTON J, JR PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

EVANS, ROBERT W SERGEANT, 6,863.52 

FALLON, HAROLD G PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

FARLEY, BILLY JAMES PRIVATE 4,532.52 

FARRELL, CIRROLL J PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

FEREBEE, CYRIL ANDREW PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

"^IFLOS, GILBERT E PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

FINN, RICHARD J PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

FISCHER, OUAINE K PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

FITCH, LANCE, JR PRIVATE, TO FEB. 29 AND 

PLAINCLOTHESMAN, FROM MARCH 1 5,568.52 

FITZPATRICK, KEVIN A PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 3 4,482.16 

FOLFY, ROBERT T PRIVATE, FROM MAY 8 1,334.58 

FORBES, HERBERT E PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

FOSTER, CHARLES PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

FRALEY, GERALD J SGT, 6,863.52 

FRASIER, BENJAMIN, JR PRIVATE, TO FEB. 29 1,640.34 

FRICK, EDWARD G, JR PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 3 4,482.16 

FULGHUM, HENRY G PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

FUNKHOUSER, CHARLES W PRIVATE, FROM FFB. 1 3,777.10 



I 141 

I SAURIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
J JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972~Continued 



OFFICF OF THE SFRGFANT AT ARMS - CONTINUFD 



FIJRR, JOHN A 
GADONAS, OEMETRinS J 
fiAfNFR, RHBERT |.Ee 
GALTFARO, THOMAS J, JR 
GARNER, THEnnORF R 
GARRETT, ROBERT 

' GASSER, CHARLFS F 

' GASSETT, EARL 

^ GEAR, JOSEPH PATRICK 

' GIAROINO, RAfH A 

S GIBBS, THOMAS V 

* GILRRFATH, JAMES E 

- GILL, FOGAR, JR 

GILPIN, MARVIN EARL 
GLASCOE, LFH 
GOAO, OSCAR HERMAN 
GOCHFNOUR, HARRY I, JR 
GOODWIN, KENNETH S 
GORDON, OONALO J 
GORMLFY, JAMES THOMAS 
GOSSAGE, WM J, JR 
GOTIMER, HARRY 4 
GRANGER, GERALD J 
GRAY, ROBERT W 
GRAY, WILLIAM LESLIE 
GRILLO, JOSEPH R 
GRIMES, SYLVESTER R 
GROVES, RICHARD C 
GURZFLl , DONALD A, SR 
HALL, CALVIN 6 
HALL, JOHNNIE W 
HAMILTON, ROBERT E 
HANCOCK, CLEO E, JR 
HANNA, JOHN 
HANNFLD, MICHAEL ROY 
HANSON, JOHN B 
HAROESTY, MICHAEL S 
HARDING, KENNFTH R 
HARDISON, RICHARD L 
HARDMAN, GEORGE R 
HAROWICK, BRUCE 
HARITON, DAVID J 
HARRAH, WILLIAM M, JR 
HARWELL, FREDRICK H, SR 
HARRIS, DANIEL W 
HAYES, KENNETH W 
HEATH, GARY I 
HEIT, JAMES V 
HENSLEY, FLOYD E 
HERRMAN, "AUL Z, JR 
HICKS, HAROLD DEAN, SR 
HIGDON, GERALD NORRIS 
HILL, CHARLIE R 
HILL, WOODROW THOMAS, JR 
HINES, HOWARD R 
HIPSLEY, WILLIAM A 
HOLBROOK, JESSFE L, SR 
HOLIDAY, JESSIE G 
HOLLAR, ROBERT F 
HOLLOWELL, NATHAN S 
HOTZE, STOCKTON M 
HOWARD, RONALD L 
HOMFLL, HERBERT H 
HUFF, WILLIAM L 
HUGHES, GEORGE W 
HUGHES, JOSEPH A 
HULL, WILLIAM R, III 
HUNT, JOHN 
HUP°, MICHAEL E 
HURLOCK, WARREN L 
lORIO, THOMAS 
IVFY, JAMES RAYMOND 
JACHIMOWICZ, ALFRED L 
JACKSON, CLARENCE W 
JACKSON, OARRYL JOSEPH 



PRIVATE, $4,921.02 

PRIVATE, '(,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, FROM MARCH 13 2,719.51 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

SGT 6,863.52 

PRIVATE, FROM APRIL 24 1,687.10 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, FROM FEB. 1 3,777.10 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

BOOKKEEPER, 6,672.48 

SFRGFANT 6,475.02 

PRIVATE, TO JUNE 6 4,070.63 

PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 3 4,482.16 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

SERGEANT, 6,475.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 3 TO JUNE 11 4,003.73 

PRIVATE, FROM JUNE 5 654.70 

PRIVATE, FROM FEB. 1 3,777.10 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

SERGEANT, 6,475.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 17 4,129.63 

PRIVATE, TO JAN. 26 654.70 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 8,487.48 

PRIVATP, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, FROM FEB. 14 3,449.75 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,^32.52 

PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 17 4,129.63 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

PRIVATE, TO MARCH IR 2,132.44 

SERGEANT, 6,734.02 

PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

PRIVATE, 4,72'6.77 

PRIVATE, TO APRIL 23 3,089.31 

PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

PRIVATE, TO FEB. 29 1,510.84 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

ASSISTANT CASHIER, 10,881.48 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PLAINCLOTHESMAN, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52- 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

MESSENGER-JANITOR, 3,918.48 

TECHNICIAN KO, 5,309.52 

PLAINCLOTHESMAN, 5,309.52 

PAIR CLERK TO THE MAJORITY, 16,002.90 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

POIVATF, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 



142 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30. 1972— Continued 

DFFICF riF THE ^FRGFANT AT ARMS - CnNTINUFO 

JACKSON, OFNNIS R PRIVATE, FROM FFB. lA «^, 449.75 

J^CKSON, GEORGE W PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

JACKSON, GEORGE, JR PRIVATE, FROM FEP-. 1 ^,777.10 

JACORS, HENRY L PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 3 4,4B2.16 

JAMES, RICHARD T PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

JAMFS, ROBERT A PRIVATE, 4,921.0? 

JARVIS, WALTER LEE, JR PRIVATE, FROM MARCH 13 2,719.51 

JENKINS, ARCHIE B PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

JENKINS, CARLETON C PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

JENKINS, CECIL WARO PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

JENKINS, HAROLD PRIVATE, 5,698.02 

JENKINS, HENRY PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

JENKINS, JAMES LOUIS PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 3 4,482.16 

JFNKINS, THOMAS L, III PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

JOBBER, CLAUDE R PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

JOHNSON, CLINTON S, JR PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

JOHNSON, JOSF°H ALLEN PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

JOHNSON, OLIVER H PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 3 4,482.16 

JOHNSON, THOMAS PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

JOHNSON, THOMAS L LIEUTENANT, 8,935.50 

JOHNSON, WALTER F PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

JOHNSON, WILLIAM RETIREMENT OFFICER, 10,881.48 

JOHNSON, WILLIE J PRIVATE, FROM JUNE 5 654.70 

JOHNSON, ZEAKE W, JR SERGEANT AT ARMS, 19,999.98 

JONES, CHARLES THOMAS PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

JONES, ERNEST, JR PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

JONES, NAUDAIN J, JR PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

JURCTCH, LAWRENCE R PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

KAHLER, JACK W ^L A INCLOTHFSMAN , 5,698.02 

KANTRIM, ANTHONY T PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

KARN, JUANITA L PAYROLL £ REPORTS flERK, 6,517.50 

KAVAL, WILLIAM G, JR TECHNICIAN, 5,309.52 

KELLER, STEPHEN E PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

KELLY, KENNETH H PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

KENNEDY, DONALD G PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

KERRIGAN, FRANK ANDREW SERGEANT, 6,863.52 

KERRY, MICHAEL A PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 3 4,482.16 

KEYES, FRANK M PRIVATE, FROM FEB. 28 3,097.22 

KIFER, JOHN WILLIAM PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

KIFER, KENNETH L, JR PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

KIMMEL, CHARLES B, SR PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

KINDSVATTER, CHARLES TECHNICIAN-SPECIALIST, 6,086.52 

KIRKLANO, JOHN H PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

KITCHEN, DENNIS WAYNE PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

KITCHEN, SHIRLEY DAVID PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

KLEAR, ROBERT M PRIVATE, FROM MARCH 13 2,719.51 

KNAPP, RONALD S PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

KOST, GEORGE W, JR PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

KRENN, ADOLPH A PRIVATE, 6,086.52 

KRUK, ANDREW PRIVATE, 4,921.0? 

LABRUSCIANO, FRANK F, JR PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

LANE, CARL JIM PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

LANGFORD, PAUL F PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

LANGSTON, EDWARD P, SR PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

LARSON, RONALD K PRIVATE, TO JUNE 25 4,406.62 

LAUZIERE, JAMES EARL PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

LAWLEP, JOHN F PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

LFFFERT, ANTHONY G PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 17 4,129.63 

LENAR, WALTER A, SR PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

LEO, RONALD STEPHEN PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 3 4,482.16 

LESCHNER, GARY RAYMOND PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

LINDSAY, ELWOOD W PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

L INGENFELTFP, JAMES F PRIVATE, 4,985.77 

LINNFMANN, ROBERT B PRIVATE, FROM JUNE 5 654.70 

LITTLE, JOSEPH R PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

LIVENGOOD, JASON E PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

LOCHRIDCE, WILLIAM F PRIVATE, 4,921.0? 

LOCKHART, LARRY G PRIVATE, 4, 921.02 

LONG, GEORGE F, II PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

LONG, PAUL DEAN TECHNI C I AN-K9 , 5,633.27 

LOOMIS, EARL F, JR SERGEANT, 6,863.52 

LOPEZ, EDWAPD F PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

LOUVIFRF, JOSFPH PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

LOVINGOOD, HAROLD H PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

LOWMAN, DONALD PRIVATE, 4,532.52 



143 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS - CONTINUED 



LUND, PAUL L 
LYNCH, JOSEPH ALAN 
LYNCH, TERRY WILLIAM 
MACFARLANE, GEORGE 
MALLON, CHARLES A 
MALONE, OALTON R 
MANGAN, JOSEPH PATRICK 
MANUEL, ROY M 
MARSHALL, ROBERT L 
MARTIN, CLARENCE J 
MARTIN, JAMES T 
MARTIN, ROBERT 
MATTALIANO, PETER F 
MAY, JAMES W, JR 
MAYERS, OSCAR S, SR 
MAYNOR, JAMES B 
MCCARTHY, JOHN R 
MCCOY, PHILLIP L 
MCCREE, GEORGE, JR 
MCDONALD, WIL8ERT 
MCFALLS, WILLIAM J 
MCGILL, PAUL R 
MCGRAW, CARL L 
MCNAIR, SAMUEL 
MCNELIS, JAMES P 
MCOUAY, EDWIN 
MEICHT, ROBERT L 
MELLER, GORDON K 
MERZ, CARL J 
MESTRE, WALTER A 
METZ, GEORGE F 
MICER, RICHARD W 
MIKULA, ROBERT ALLEN 
MILLER, DAVID V 
MILLER, KENNETH B, SR 
MILLS, CHARLES J 
MINNK-K, STANLEY E 
MINNIX, J 
MOHLER, CLAUCUS CLAY 
MONTGOMERY, EDGAR H 
MOORE, BENJAMIN J, JR 
MOORE, SHIRRELL GENE 
MOORE, THOMAS P 
MORELLI, JOHN J 
MORRIS, FRANCIS E, JR 
MORRIS, LINDER, JR 
MORRISON, EVERT E 
MORRISON, MICHAEL P E 
MOSS, DICKIE LEE 
MUCKER, FLOYD K 
MULCAHY, DAVID R 
MULCAHY, JAMES P 
MULLER, MATHIAS 8 
MULVEY, THOMAS J 
MURPHY, JOHN F 
MURPHY, WILLIAM E 
MURRAY, GERALD E 
MUTTER, GERALD WAYNE 
MYERS, FREDERICK J 
MYERS, RODRIC JACOB 
NAOUIN, GERALD C 
NASHWINTER, HOWARD L 
NEELY, ERNEST W 
NEVITT, RICHARD E 
NICHOLAS, FRANCIS 
NIXON, JAMES EDGAR 
NOE, THEODORE J 
NOLAN, PATRICK JOSEPH 
NOWDEN, CLARENCE W 
OATIS, LOUIS A 
OCONNOR, JOHN P, SR 
OKEEFE, JOSEPH E, JR 
ORTIZ, MARSHALL S 
OSBORN, WILLIAM W 
OTT, PHILIP M 



SERGEANT, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 3 .. 

SGT, 

TELLER, 

PRIVATE, FROM FEB. 1 .. 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

SERGEANT, 

PRIVATE, FROM FEB. lA . 
PRIVATE, TO APRIL 24 .. 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

CAPTAIN, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, FROM MARCH 13 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, FROM APRIL 24 

TECHNICIAN, 

PRIVATE, FROM MAY 8 ... 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

SGT, 

PLAINCLOTHESMAN, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, TO MARCH 31 .. 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, FROM MAY 8 ... 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

LIEUTENANT, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, FROM JUNE 5 .. 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

SERGEANT, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, FROM FEB. I .. 

PRIVATE, 

TECHNICIAN-K9, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, FROM JUNE 5 .. 
PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 3 .. 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

LIEUTENANT, 

SERGEANT, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

SERGEANT, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE «28, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 



$6, 



3, 
4, 
5, 
4, 
4, 
4, 
4, 
6, 
3, 
3, 
4, 
5, 
4, 
4, 
10, 



863.52 
921.02 
482.16 
863.52 
308.98 
777.10 
921.02 
309.52 
921.02 
726.77 
921.02 
921.02 
863.52 
449.75 
116.65 
597.27 
309.52 
985.77 
532.52 
360.02 
985.77 
921.02 
597.27 
309.52 
532.52 
726.77 
719.51 
921.02 
532.52 
532.52 
687.10 
503.77 
334.58 
726.77 
597.27 
309.52 
921.02 
640.52 
698.02 
726.77 
597.27 
266.26 
597.27 
985.77 
334.58 
921.02 
309.52 
158.50 
597.27 
532.52 
654.70 
532.52 
597.27 
863.52 
532.52 
777.10 
532.52 
309.52 
921.02 
654.70 
482.16 
309.52 
309.52 
158.50 
863.52 
532.52 
921.02 
597.27 
863.52 
244.77 
597.27 
532.52 
597.27 
532.52 
921.02 



U4^ 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972-«ontinued 

OFFICE OF THF SERGEANT AT ARMS - CONTINUED 



nVFRLY, LOWELL N 
"ARISI, JOSEPH S, JR 
DARKER, HORACE LEE, JR 
PARKER, MELVIN E 
°ARKS, CHARLES R 
OARKS, KENNETH DARREL 
DARKS, NATHANIEL, JR 
DASHKOVSKY, STEPHAN 
PATRICK, JERRY 
PATTERSON, RONALD 
PAYNE, WILMER ORION 
PEACOCK, BRUCE E 
PEACOCK, RAYMOND B 
PERLA, RONALD J 
PICKETT, BILLY JOE 
PICKETT, KEITH P 
DINNIX, JAMES P 
DIPER, DANIEL R 
PIDPIN, DOUGLAS W 
PITTMAN, KENNETH LLOYD 
PLAYER, OEWITT T, JR 
POND, HOWARD F 
POSTON, DONALD J 
DOWELL, ALBERT 
POWELL, JOSEPH L 
PRICE, HERBERT C 
PROCTOR, FREDERICK 
PURDY, DONALD C 
PURDY, WILLIAM C 
QUINNEY, ROBERT 
R4IDEN, ELWYN G 
RAINES, CHARLES H 
REDOICK, GEORGE D 
REDICAN, RAYMOND R 
REITH, GRAHAM F 
RENEHAN, JOHN RUSSELL 
RENNIE, CHARLES E 
REUSS, ROBERT R 
REYNOLDS, KENNETH S 
RHODEN, GERRY FRED 
RHUBOTTOM, THOMAS A 
RICCI, DOMINIC PAUL 
RICH, VAN 0, JR 
RICHARDSON, EDDIE 
RICHMOND, JOHN T, JR 
RILEY, CALVIN H 
RINALDI, JOHN, JR 
ROBINSON, THOMAS 
ROGERS, JOSEPH E 
ROLL I SON, OTIS LUTHER 
ROOKS, LEO 
ROTHMAN, D ICHARO W 
ROUP, HAROLD LESTER 
RUrCHIO, EUGENE J 
RUOD, LLOYD S 
RUFFATTO, JOHN B 
RUGGIERI, ROBERT C 
RUSSELL, DONALD F 
RUTHERFORD, RAYMOND W 
SAGE, GEORGE B 
SALINAS, RAUL G 
SALYER, GEORGE R, JR 
SANDERFER, BENJAMIN A 

SAPPINGTON, LARRY W 
SAUNDERS, MICHAEL J 
SCALZO, RALPH R 
SCHAAP, JOSEPH R 
SCHEIB, RAYMOND L, JR 
SELPH, ANDREW J 
SETTLE, CHARLES F 
SHACKLFTTE, HOMER A 
SHAPIRO, JAMES A 
SHEA, JOHN B 
SHEFHY, ELIZABETH 



PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 3 t4,482.16 

PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 3 A, 482. 16 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

TECHNICIAN (SPEC), 5,309.52 

LIEUTENANT, 8,158.50 

DRIVATE, 4,985.77 

PRIVATE, FROM JUNE 5 654.70 

PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

TECHNICIAN, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, FROM FEB. 2B 3,097.22 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 3 4,482.16 

PRIVATE, FROM APRIL 24 1,687.10 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, FROM FEB. 28 3,097.22 

PRIVATE, FROM FEB. 14 3,449.75 

PRIVATE, FROM FEB. 28 3,097.22 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

PRIVATE, 4,985.77 

LT, 8,158.50 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

SGT, 7,252.02 

BANK MANAGER, 16,402.02 

TECHNICIAN, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, TO MAY 31 3,777.10 

PRIVATE, FROM MARCH 27 2,366.98 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

SGT, 6,863.52 

PRIVATE, FROM FEB. 14 TO FEB. 15 50.36 

SPECIAL OFFICER, 8,547.00 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

TECHNICIAN-K9, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE 4,726.77 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, FROM MARCH 27 2,366.98 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, FROM JUNE 5 654.70 

PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

SERGEANT, 6,669.27 

PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, FROM MARCH 13 2,719.51 

PRIVATE, FROM MARCH 13 2,719.51 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

LT, 8,547.00 

PRIVATE, FROM FEB. 14 3,449.75 

SGT, 7,122.52 

PRIVATE, FROM MARCH 27 2,366.98 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PLAINCLOTHESMAN, TO FEB. 29 AND 

PRIVATE, FROM "ARCH 1 5,050.52 

PRIVATE, FROM MAY 8 1,334.58 

PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

SGT, 7,640.52 

LIEUTENANT, 8,158.50 

PRIVATE, FROM FEB. 28 3,097.22 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

SECRETARY, 6,051.48 



145 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS - CONTINUED 



SHELTGN, HUGH F 
SHOCKEY, PERRY D 
SHOFMAKER, MELVIN R 
SHOLES, OAVIO A 
SHUGARSf JOHN HENRY 
SIMON, EDWARD J 
SINGLETON, JOHN B 
SINGLETON, PAUL 8 
SLEZAK, THOMAS J 
SMITH, GARY R 
SMITH, JAMES OARRFLL 
SMITH, LEE A 
SMITH, LIDDELL 
SOUTHERLANO, JAMES W 
SPEIGHTS, PINKNEY 
SPOOK, WILLIAM HENRY 
STANKOWSKI, CHESTER S 
STARKEY, JACK W 
STCLAIR, GEORGE W 
STEELE, MARVIN E 
STEPHENS, RICKEY L 
STEVENS, RUSSELL EDWIN 
STEVENS, WILLIAM E, JR 
STEWART, ROBERT E 
ST0LT7, FREDERICK B 
STROMSKI, JOHN R 
STRONGIN, HERBERT 
STUCK, ROBERT L 
SWANN, JOHN B 
SWANSON, LENNART P 
TAPSCOTT, FRANK L 
TARRANCE, JACK R 
TATE, NORMAN A, JR 
TAYLOR, ELMO M 
TAYLOR, LEROY GARFIELD 
TAYLOR, LYNN H 
TFRI, ULDERIGO GINO 
TERIO, CHARLES J, III 
TESTER, JACK G 
THOLFN, TFD GERHARD 
THOMAS, JAMES 
THOMPSON, ARTHUR JOHN 
THOMPSON, MICHAEL J 
TIDWELL, LESTER L 
TILLER, JEARLINE 
TOMASKO, EDWARD A 
TOMLIN, KENNETH ALDEN 
TORREGROSSA, GERALD J 
TOVEN, ALBEPT P 
TREW, WILLIAM L, JR 
TROLLINGER, JAMES T 
TURNER, HENRY L 
TURNER, ROBERT C 
TUTTLE, LEWIS ELSWORTH 
TWOMBLY, DONALD P 
TWOMBLY, WARREN EUGENE 
UMLOR, ELWIN LEON 
VANDUSER, DULAN W 
VANFLFET, VIRGIL LEON 
VANHOOSER, WILLIAM R 
VANMAASTRICHT, DONALD f 
VARGO, FRANK A 
VETH, THEODORE PHELPS 
VFVERS, FRANK H 
VOIGT, ROLAND FRANCIS 
WAGNER, PAUL 4 
WALCKER, RODGER T 
WALLACE, LITTLETON, JR 
WALLEY, FRANK J 
WARNER, FRANCIS 
WATERS, WILLIAM E 
WEAVER, JOHN 
WFLCH, FRANCIS W, III 
WELCH, RALPH R 
WELCH, WILLIAM P 



PRIVATE, $4,921.02 

PRIVATE, FROM MAY 8 1,334.58 

PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

PRIVATE, FROM MARCH 13 TO JUNE 21 .... 2,492.88 

TECHNICIAN, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 5,244.77 

PRIVATE, , 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, TO APRIL 12 2,788.58 

PRIVATE, 5,050.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, FROM MARCH 13 2,719.51 

PRIVATE, FROM JUNE 5 654.70 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, FROM MAY 8 1,334.58 

TECHNICIAN, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, FROM JUNE 5 654.70 

PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 17 4,129.63 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

SGT, 6,539.77 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 5,309.52 

PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

PRIVATE, FROM FEB. 28 3,097.22 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, FROM JUNE 5 654.70 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 3 4,482.16 

SERGEANT, 6,863.52 

PRIVATE, 5,244.77 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, TO APRIL 12 2,788.58 

PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

SERGEANT, 6,475.02 

PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, FROM FEB. 14 3,449.75 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE 5,309.52 

CAPTAIN, 10,360.02 

PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 3 4,482.16 

PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

PRIVATE, FROM APRIL 10 2,039.63 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,597.27 

PRIVATE, FROM APRIL 10 2,039.63 

PRIVATE, FROM FEB. 14 3,449.75 

PRIVATE, FROM JUNE 5 654.70 

PRIVATE, 4,726.77 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, FROM MARCH 13 2,719.51 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, FROM FEB. 1 3,777.10 

SERGEANT, 6,798.77 

SGT, 6,363.52 

PRIVATE, 4,532.52 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 

PRIVATE, 4,921.02 



I 146 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF THF SERGEANT AT ARMS - CONTINUFO 

WELLS, HERBERT J TECHNICIAN, 

WEPKHEISER, JOHN G PRIVATE, FROM JAN. 17 

WESTNER, WILLIAM J PRIVATE, 

WESTRAY, RONALD LOUIS PRIVATE, FROM FEB. 2P TO MARCH 31 .... 

WHEELER, W CRAIG PRIVATE, 

WHITE, ETSON D DEPUTY SGT AT ARMS-CHG OF MACF, 

WHITT, JAMES PRIVATE, 

WHITTINGTON, JOSEPH L PRIVATE, 

WIDO, PETER JOSEPH PRIVATE, 

WIEBKE, RAYMOND FRED PRIVATE, 

WIF80LD, RALPH H PRIVATE, 

WILLHOIT, STERLING PRIVATE, FROM JUNE 5 

WILLOUGHBY, CHARLES M PRIVATE, 

WILSON, H ELDRED ASSISTANT CASHIER, 

WILSON, LLOYD E PRIVATE 

WOLD, DALE L PRIVATE, FROM APRIL 10 

WOLFORD, RICHARD E PRIVATE, FROM APRIL 10 

WOMERSLEY., JOHN T PRIVATE, 

WOOOFN, DEAN BRUCE SERGEANT, 

WYCOFF, CARROLL 0, JR PRIVATE, 

YACONO, PAUL J PRIVATE, FROM JUNE 5 

YORKMAN, CLIFTON E PRIVATE, 

YOUNG, ROBERT W LIEUTENANT, 

YOUNGER, HAROLD C PRIVATE, 

ZIEMBA, FRANK M, JR PRIVATE, 

OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER 

ADAMS, AOELL MESSENGER, FROM JUNE 2 

ADKINS, KARL J PAGE, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 

AKERS, WINNIE B COUNTER, 

ALEXANDER, JEFFREY PAGE, FROM JUNE 19 

ALLEN, JOHN MERLE BARBER LONGWORTH, 

ALVEY, CHARLES WAYNE ASST CHIEF-MACHINE UNIT, 

ANDERSON, OONNALD K ASST MAJ CHIEF-FLR TEI. SER, 

ANDERSON, ROBERT 0, JR PAGE, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 

ARBOGAST, TIMOTHY T GALLERY CHECKROOM ATTENDANT, 

ARMSTRONG, SAMUEL T INSERTER, FROM JAN. 11 TO FEB. 5 

ARNOLD, ROBERT E, JR PAGE, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 

ATTMAN, GARY LEE DOCUMENTAR I AN PAGE, TO JAN. 1 AND FROM 

JAN. 17 TO JUNE 8 

BADALSON, FRANK PAGE, TO JAN. 1 

BAIME, CHARLES N DOORMAN-FLOOR, 

BAINF, HOWARD L, III PAGE, FROM JUNE 1 

BALLOW, WILLIAM PAGE, FROM JUNF 19 

BARBER, MAX M ASSISTANT, 

BARBERO, ANTONINO JANITOR, 

BARNES, FRANK ALVERON MESSENGER, 

BARNETT, KENNETH R PAGE, TO JAN. 1 AND FROM JAN. 17 TO 

JAN. 31 

BARTER, JAMES F MACHINE ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE S 

BARTLETT, DAVID M PAGE, FROM JAN. 17 TO FEB. 29 

BASARAN, AYSEN MACHINE OPERATOR, 

BASINGER, MILDRED R SECRETARY, 

BASS, JAMES MFLVIN DOORMAN, 

REARDEN, THOMAS C DOORMAN, FROM APRIL 10 

BFATLFY, PAUL KEVIN PAGE, TO JAN. 1 AND FROM JAN. 17 

BEATY, CHARLES EDGAR PAGE, FROM JUNE 16 

BEAUMONT, STEPHEN C PAGE, TO JAN. 1 

BEBOUT, DENNY LEE COUNTER ASSISTANT, TO MARCH 31 

BEfHTFL, FRANK A ASSISTANT CHIEF, 

BPLIN, JOHN LABORER, 

BELL, ANDREW JOSEPH PAGE, FROM JUNF 1 

BELL, GOLDA S MACHINE ASST, 

8ENDIT, SALIG L DOORMAN, FROM FEB. 1 

BENNETT, GERALD EDWIN MECHANIC, 

BERRY, SCOTT KARL PAGF-TEL FPHONF , TO JAN. 1 AND PAGE, 

FROM JAN. 17 TO JAN. 31 

BILLINGS, JONATHAN PAGF, FROM JUNE 1 

BISSELL, MOLLIF BRYDEN MACHINE OPERATOR, 

BJELLOS, ELI S CHIEF, 



$5,309.52 
4,129.63 
4,921.02 

830.96 
4,726.77 
6,025.73 
4,597.27 
4,921.02 
4,921.0? 
4,532.52 
4,532.52 

654.70 
4,532.52 
11,287.50 
4,921.02 
2,039.63 
2,039.63 
5,309.52 
6,604.52 
4,921.02 

654.70 
4,921.02 
8,935.50 
4,532.52 
4,921.02 



575.09 
1,189.84 
4,267.50 

237.97 
4,250.56 
5,965.48 
8,131.02 

594.92 
4,849.02 

495.76 

594.92 

2,927.54 

19. B3 

5,062.98 

594.92 

237.97 

8,487.48 

3,619.41 

3,860.25 

297.46 

515.60 

872.55 
4,506.15 
7,138.02 
4,225.82 
1,850.63 
3,272.06 

297.46 

19.83 

2,259.75 

12,280.58 

3,653.92 

594.92 
5,021.90 
3,427.10 
5,603.07 

2 97.46 

594.92 

4,742.72 

15,123.24 



i47 

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I JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFTTF OF THE DOORKFEPFR - CONTINUED 



8LACKWnnO, FRIC C 

RLEnSOF, CASOLYN fiNN 

RLOYER, JOHN HOLl.IS 
BLYTHF, L^RRY 
Bn4TWRTGHT, BRUCF C 
RntOING, FRiNCES CLARA 
BOLYARD, DAVID R 
BOTT, KARL M 
ROURLANO, BILL W 
30IJTTF, JOHN Of JR 
ROWMAN, JOI^FPH N 
BRAKE, DANIEL ROBERT 
BREWSTFR, PATRICK G 

RRIOGEWATER, JOHN R, II 
8R00KFR, GEORGE P 
BROOKFR, WILLIAM H 
BROOKS, RFRNARD EUGENE 
BROOKS, CLIFFORD C, JP 
BROOKS, LEWIS C E 
BROWN, FRANCES K 
BROWN, MALCOLM S 
BROWN, MILDRED 
BROWN, ROBERT L 
BROWN, THOMAS L 
BRUCE, GEORGE C 
8RYS0N, ALRFRT D 
BUCHHOLZ, MARTIN H 
BUDD, jnSEPH 
RUDD, MARIE 
RIJNDY, WILLIAM L 
BURNESS, RORERT A 

BURNSIDE, CONRAD S 
BUSH, JOHN M 
CAHN, JAMES L 
CALLIS, LEON T 
CAREY, DELLA T 
CAREY, LAWRENCE H 
CARTER, JAMES LEE 
CARTER, LTLLIF INEZ 
CARTER, LUCILLE KETCHUM 
CASTILLO, MAYRELLE 
CHAPA, EUGENE A, JR 
CHART4K, LOUISE M 
CHIPOURAS, TOULA 
CHITTY, NATHAN H B 
CHONKA, GARY THOMAS 
CHRISTAKOS, ANNA 
CHRISTY, MATTHEW R 

CIPRIOTTI, CHARLES 

CLARK, JAMFS T 
CLARK, MELBA MARIE 
CLARY, PATRICK LON 
CLEMMER, PUETT JENNINGS 
COCHRAN, STEPHEN 



COCHRAN, STEPHEN 
COFIELO, RUSSELL 
COHEN, STEVEN ELLIS 
COLEMAN, ROBERT C 
COLLINS, DANIEL GLENN 
CONNER, KEVIN MICHAEL 
CONYPRS, DRAYNE 
COOPER, JOHN N P 
CORVIN, TOMOE NAKAMURA 
CRAWFORD, JAMES A 
CRAWFOPQ, VINCENT P 
CRIPPFN, WILLIAM T 
CROSS, CARL E 



COUNTER ASSISTANT, FROM FFB. P TO 

MARCH 9 

COUNTER, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM FEB. 2 TO 

JUNE 1 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

PAGE, TO JAN. I 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 

MESSENGER, 

BARBER, 

WRAPPER, FROM JUNE 12 

INSERTER, FROM JUNE 1 

PAGE (FLOOR), TO JAN. 1 

PAGE, FROM JUNE !2 

PAGE, FROM JAN. 17 TO FEB. 2^ 

PAGE, TO JAN. 1 AND FROM JAN. 17 TO 

JUNE 18 

PAGE, TO JAN. 1 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

BALING MACHINE OPERATOR, 

JANITOR, 

LABORER, 

LABORER, 

MESSENGER, 

BARBER CAPITOL, 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, 

LABORER, 

LABORER , 

PAGE, FROM JUNE 1 

CHIEF-GALLERY DOORMAN 

PAGE, FROM JUNE 1 

LABORER, 

INSFRTFR, 

PAGE, FROM JUNE 8 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, TO MARCH 31 AND 

FROM APRIL 2 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 12 

PAGE, FROM MAY 1 

PAGE, FROM JUNE 19 

ASST CUSTODIAN, 

MANICURIST LONGWORTH, 

CHIEF BARBER LONGWORTH, 

DOORMAN FLOOR, 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

ATTENDANT, 

COUNTER, 

PAGE, PROM FFB. 1 TO JUNE 14 

LEDGER CLEPK, 

COUNTER 

PAGE, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 20 

ATTENDANT LADIES ROOM, 

INSERTER, FROM JAN. 3 TO FFB. 29 AND 

FROM MARCH 2 TO MAY 3 

DOORMAN-GALLERY, TO JAN. 17 AND 

DOORMAN, FROM FEB. 17 

DOORMAN-GALLERY, 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

MESSENGER, FROM MAY 15 

DOORMAN, 

WRAPPER, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM FEB. ? TO 
FEB. 29 AND FROM MARCH 2 TO MARCH 31 

AND FROM APRIL 2 TO- APRIL 30 

WRAOPER, FROM MAY 2 TO MAY 31 

LABORER, 

PAGF, FROM JAN. 17 

TELEPHONE ASSISTANT (MIN), 

PAGE, FROM APRIL 10 TO MAY 31 

PAGE, FROM FFB. 2 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 

PAGF, FROM JUNE 8 

MESSENGER, 

LABORER, 

LABORER, 

MESSENGER COUNTER CLERK, 

LABORER CUSTODIAL FORCE, 



«803.A6 

3,238.71 

4,960.14 

19.83 

4,519.50 

3,685.02 

4,083.75 

376.78 

594.92 

19.83 

376.78 

872.55 

3,034.09 
19.83 
3,678.17 
4,098-36 
3,639.62 
3,678.17 
3,678.17 
3,879.66 
4,250.56 
4,623.47 
3,444.59 
3,490.93 

594.92 
7, 138.02 

594.9? 
3,678.17 
4,283.90 

456.11 

3,926.87 
376.78 
1,189.84 
237.97 
4,098.36 
3,678.17 
4,492.64 
4,791.48 
4,712.79 
3,685.02 
4,592.19 
2,657.31 
4,519.50 
4,267.50 
594.92 
2,535.94 
3,918.48 

2,410.55 

4, 109.88 
4,496.92 
4,519.50 
912.21 
4,225.82 



2,342.34 

600.78 
3,678.17 
3,257.23 
5,690.34 
1,011.36 
2,954.77 
5,334.00 

456.11 
3,727,50 
3,678.17 
3,678.17 
4,035.48 
3,678.17 



148 

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I JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972--Continued 

OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER - CONTINUEO 



CIJBERO, AURFfi ESTHER 
CUBERO, FRANK 
OAOE, ROGER L 
DAVIDSON, GREGORY R 
DAVIS, ESTES 0, JR 

DAVIS, JAMES FREDERIC 



DAVIS, T 

DAY, CLA 

DECKER, 

OERR ICK, 

DESAUTEL 

DEVANE, 

OINGELL, 

DIPAULA, 

DIPDMPO, 

DONALDSO 

OORSEY 

DUNPHY 

EAKES, E 

EALEY, R 

EARL, WA 

EDMONDS, 

ELKINS, 

ENRIGHT, 

FARRELL, 

FEATHERS 

FFLIX, F 

FERGUSON 

FINE, RI 

FLEMING, 



EVIS L 
RENCE 
GEORGE 
THOMA 
S, JOH 
RAPHAE 
JOHN 
SALVA 
JOSEP 
N, JOS 
REGINA 
EDWARD 
LBFRT 
FN, JR 
LTER S 
HARLA 
STEPHE 
JAMES 
CATHE 
TONE, 
RED PU 
BFRT 
CHARD 
GEOFF 



EE 
T 

JOHN A 
S SCOTT 
N CLAUDE 
L 

0, III 
TORE J 
H 
EPH W 

J 

DEAN 

TANLEY 
N H 
N L 



M 
RINE ANN 
ROBERT G 
RVIS 
HAL E 
S 
REY E 



FLEMING, THOMAS E, JR 
FLOYD, THERESA E 
FORD, CALVIN ■ 
FORD, CARL D, JR 
FORREST, RICHARD M 
FOX, THOMAS WARREN 
FRANKLIN, JAMES W 

FRAZIER, CHARLES F 
FREEMAN, PATRICIA E 
GALLEGOS, JERRY LYNN 
GARCIA, GARY RICHARD 

GELLER, DONALD E 



GETTINGER, ROBERT H 
GILLESPIE, THOMAS. JR 
GLICK, JONATHAN A 
GODWIN, WAYNE ROGERS 
GOULD, RAY 
GOWEN, DORIS L 
GRADESS, JEROME ROBERT 
GRANARA, J RALPH 
GREENE, ROBERT R 
GRIFFIN, PAUL WILLIAM 
GUIFFRE, ROBERT E 
HAARDT, JAMES E 

HAILEY, LESTER P, III 
HALL, MANASSFS 
HAMMILL, JAMES FRANCIS 
HANSBOROUGH, MORRISON 
HARE, CATHERINE K 
HARRIS, DOROTHY 
HARRIS, LOGAN, JR 
HARRISON, ANNA 
HARTMAN, GREGORY L 

HATCHETT, ROBERT F 
HAWKINS, JAMES CHARLES 
HAWKINS, JOHN REID 



MACHINE OPERATOR, 

SUPERVISOR PAGES CLOAKROOM, 

CHIEF PACKAGE UNIT, 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, TO APRIL 30 

PAGE-TELEPHONF, TO JAN. 1 AND FROM 

JAN. 17 TO JAN. 31 

PAGE, TO JAN. 1 AND FROM JAN. 17 TO 

JAN. 31 

MESSENGER 

CHIEF, 

PAGE, FROM FEB. 1 

DOORMAN, TO MAY 21 

PAGE, FROM JUNE 19 

STOCK CLERK, 

COUNTER, FROM JUNE 12 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 

BARBER CANNON, 

PAGE, FROM JUNE 1 

COUNTER, 

PAGE, FROM JUNE 12 

PAGE, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

LABORER, 

DOORMAN, TO APRIL 9 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, TO JUNF 18 

PAGE, FROM JUNE 1 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, TO MARCH 1<? 

INSERTER, 

CHIEF BARBER RAYRURN, 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 

PAGE, FROM MAY 1 ; 

PAGE, TO JAN. 1 

PAGE, FROM JAN. 17 TO JUNE 18 AND FROM 

JUNE 19 

DOORMAN (GALLERY), 

MACHINE ASSIS'^ANT, 

LABORER, 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 

PAGE, FROM JUNE 1 

BARBER LONGWORTH, 

INSERTER, FROM APRIL 12 TO APRIL 30 

AND FROM MAY 4 TO MAY 31 

DOORMAN-GALLERY, 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

FOURTH ASST SUPERINTENDENT, 

PAGE-TELFPHONE, TO JAN. 1 AND FROM 

JAN. 17 TO JAN. 31 

MESSENGER, FROM JAN. 10 TO FEB. 29 AND 
ASSISTANT STOCK CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO 
APRIL 30 AND FROM MAY 2 TO MAY 31 .... 

PAGE, FROM JUNE 16 

ASST STOCK CLERK, TO JAN. 16 

PAGE, FROM JUNE 1 

PAGE, FROM APRIL 10 TO APRIL 30 

PAGE, FROM JAN. 17 

SECRETARY, 

DOORMAN-FLOOR , 

DOORMAN-FLOOR , 

LABORER, 

DOORMAN, 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, FROM JAN. 9 TO JAN. 

31 

PAGE, TO JAN. 1 

LABORER, 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 27 

BARBER CAPITOL, 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 1 • 

DOORMAN , 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

PAGF OVERSEER, TO JAN. 1 AND FROM JAN. 

17 

LABORER, 

PAGE, FROM JAN. 17 TO JAN. 31 ........ 

PAGE, FROM JUNE 1 



tA, 767.45 
5,539.02 
5,317.13 

2,598.28 

297.46 

297.46 

3,734.58 

10,345.50 

2,974.60 

3,305.32 

237.97 
5,205.48 

376.78 
4,654.98 
4,250.56 

594.92 
4,600.85 

376.78 

594.92 
3,678.17 
2,343.44 
4,218.20 

594.92 
1,983.56 
4,155.99 
4,492.64 
4,654.98 
1,189.84 
19.83 

3,252.23 
4,112.52 
4,152.2? 
3,678.17 
4,519.50 
594.92 
4,250.56 

912.21 
4,496.92 
4,448.56 
6,019.80 

297.46 



3,044.77 

297.46 

365.56 

594.92 

416.44 

3,252.23 

5,547.00 

4,519.50 

4,927.02 

3,678.17 

4,225.82 

5,113.61 

436.28 
19.83 
3,678.17 
2,360.18 
4,492.64 
4,221.22 

594.92 
4,519.50 
4,628.78 

3,883.11 

3,678.17 

277.63 

594.92 



149 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER - CONTINUED 



HAWKINS, KENNETH D 
H4YES, CHAPLES 
HAYNESWORTH, PEGGY 
HICKS, LUKE H 
HILL, BESSIE B 
HIMMELFARB, EDWARD 
MINES, KEITH JAMES 
HOAG, CHARLES L 



HOCKENBE 

HOFFMAN, 

HOGUE, R 

HOHNADEL 

HOLBERT, 

HOLLEY, 

HORNEY, 

HOUSLEY, 

HOWARD, 

HUMMFL, 

HUNDLEY, 

HUNDLEY, 

HUTCHINS 

ILLSLEY, 

INMAN, W 

JACKSON, 

JACKSON, 

J4CKS0N, 

JENKINS, 

JENKINS, 

JERNIGAN 

JEWELL, 

JOHNSON 

JOHNSON 

JONES, D 

JONFS, M 

KAYE, JO 



RRY, DANIEL V 

WILLIAM A 
ONNIE C 
, HAROLD 

HELEN RUTH 
RODNEY LAYNE 
GRACE I 

HFRBFRT W 
JAMES, JR 
NEIL D 

JEANNE C 

RAYMOND P 
ON, RICHARD M 

THAYER V 
ILLIAM H 

JAMES E 

JAMES R 

JOHN EDWARD 

RICHARD E, JR 

TERRY RAY 
, WARREN H 
WILL H 

DOROTHY L 

ROBERT H 
AVID BRENT 
ARTHA JANE 
SEPH ANTHONY 



KEAHEY, THOMAS M 
KFLLEY, KEVIN JOHN 
KENDALL, PAUL WILLIAM 
KENTES, MICHAEL, JR 
KIRKLAND, DOROTHY M 
KIRKLAND, FRANKLIN E 
KIRKLAND, HARRY M 
KIRKLAND, TIMOTHY 
KLABZUBA, RICHARD W 
KLEIN, JOHN M, JR 
KNOBLAUGH, ERNESTINE 
KNOTT, JAMES H, JR 
KOCH, CHARLES 
KUSER, EUGENE J 
LANE, RUSSELL ^ 
LANGSTON, DOUGLAS F 
LASCH, RONALD 
LAWSON, GLENN E 



LEE, DALE R 
LEE, DAVID FURMAN 
LEPESKA, R ICHARO G 
LITCHFIELD, WILLIAM G 
LITTLE, JOHN B, JR 
LIVINGSTON, HARRY M 
LLOYD, HOWARD P 
LOFTIS, TERRY NEAL 
LOMENICK, ROBERT H 
LOVF, PERCY E 
LUCIO, SATURNINO E 
MACINNIS, WILLIAM J 
MAGRUDER, NATHANIEL E 
MAGUIRE, WILLIAM A 
MALRY, CHARLES BILLY 
MANDEL, IRVIN 
MARDEUSZ, JOHN A 



PAGE, FROM JUNE 12 

LABORER, 

MESSENGER, FROM JAN. 2 

STAFF ASSISTANT-IMM. OFF. DKPR, 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

PAGE, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 

MESSENGER, TO FEB. 29 AND FROM MARCH 2 
TO MARCH 31 AND FROM APRIL 2 TO APRIL 

30 AND FROM MAY 2 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 

PAGE, FROM FEB. 1 TO APRIL 30 

MESSENGER, FROM JUNE 12 

ASST SUPERINTENDENT, 

INSERTER, 

PAGE, FROM JAN. 17 TO MARCH 12 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

PAGE, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 

DOORKEEPER (GALLERY), 

DOORMAN, TO APRIL 30 

ASSISTANT CHIEF, 

PAGE, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 

PAGE, FROM MARCH 13 TO JUNE 15 

FIRST ASST SUPERINTENDENT, 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 1 

INSERTER, TO APRIL 30 AND FROM MAY 2 . 

FOREMAN, 

LABORER, 

GENERAL CLERK, 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 19 

CHIEF FLOOR DOORMAN, 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

LABORER, 

PAGE, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 29 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

MACHINE OPERATOR, FROM JAN. 3 TO FEB. 

29 AND FROM MARCH 11 TO MARCH 15 

DOORMAN, 

DOORMAN, FROM MAY 22 

MESSENGER, FROM JUNE 1 

DOORMAN, FROM MARCH 1 

INSERTER, TO MAY 31 

BARBERSHOP ATTENDANT RHOB, 

BARBERSHOP ATTENDANT LHOB, 

BARBERSHOP ATTENDANT CHOB, 

DOORMAN, TO FEB. 29 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 26 

INSERTER, 

DOORMAN-FLOOR, 

DOORMAN-FLOOR, , 

CHIEF BARBER CANNON, 

LABORER, 

PAGE, FROM JUNE 1 

MINORITY CHIEF, 

INSERTER, FROM JAN. 3 TO FEB. 29 AND 
FROM MARCH 2 TO MARCH 31 AND FROM 
APRIL 3 TO MAY 31 AND FROM JUNE 6 .... 

PAGE, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 15 

DOORMAN, FROM JUNE 16 

DOORMAN, FROM JAN. IR 

PAGE, TO JAN. 1 AND FROM JAN. 17 

DOORMAN, TO JAN. 17 

BUDGETARY £ OPFR.OFF OOORKPR., 

MESSENGER, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM FEB. 2 

PAGE, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 

PAGE, TO JAN. 1 

LABORER, 

PAGE, FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 30 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 

JANITOR, 

DOORMAN-GALLERY, 

LABORER, 

DOORMAN, 

PAGE, FROM FEB. 1 TO MARCH 22 



♦376.78 
3,678.17 
3,835.80 
7,293.00 
4,945.28 
4,768.28 
594.92 



3,539.57 
4,519.50 
1,784.76 

376.78 
6,284.52 
4,578.23 
1,110.52 
4,557.04 

594.92 
4,112.52 
2,741.68 
7,138.02 
1,189.84 
1,844.25 
10,760.28 

594.92 
3,566.84 
4,492.64 
3,678.17 
4,500.00 

301.30 
6,827.52 
3,944.19 
5,303.19 
3,678.17 

575.09 
4,919.70 

1,534.41 
4,225.82 

891.05 

594.92 
2,741.68 
3,526.83 
3,398.25 
3,398.25 
3,398.25 
1,370.84 

694.07 
3,866.70 
4,384.02 
4,723.23 
4,492.64 
3,678.17 

594.92 
9,270.48 



3,490.91 

297.46 

342.71 

3,724.11 

3,272.06 

401.25 

14,817.48 

3,607.44- 

594.92 

19.83 

3,678.17 

1,189.84 

5,334.00 

3,576.53 

5,062.98 

3,678. IT 

4,316.25 

1,031.20 



150 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICF OF THP DnORKFEPER - CONTINUED 



MARSHALL, DOUGLAS W 

MARSTON, CHARLES 
MARTIN, JOHN SYKES 
MAXWELL, DRENTICE 
MAY, C LARRY 
MCCLAIN, AODIE M 
MCCOWN, GEORGE W 
MCCOY, WILBERT 
MCCREADY, DAVID R 
MCCREARY, JOHN J, III 

MCDOWELL, SUNEE 
MCFAOOEN, MICHAEL P 
MCGEEHAN, WILLIAM J 
MCGINN, DANIEL G 
MCINTYRE, JOHN H 
MCMILLIAN, GARFIELD F 
MEEK, DAVID M 

MELLODY, CHARLES JAMES 
MENAUGH, ROBERT M 
MERSKY, RANDY JEFF 
METCALF, ERNEST 
MICHAELSON, MANUEL 
MTCHFLSEN, RICHARD B 
MILLER, ALBERT LOUIS 
MILLER, WILLIAM M 
MIRIGAN, MITCHELL LEE 
MITCHELL, JAMES BLALOCK 
MITCHELL, RONALD S 



MOBLEY, JACK D, JR 

MOBLFY, MARY LOU 
MDLEY, DANIEL J 
MONAHAN, JOHN LEO 
MORRIS, RAY A 



MORRIS, YVONNE 
MOSS, MARY- LAURA 
MOTT, VENETTA M 



MOTT, VENETTA M 

MOUTON, LAURA D 
MUNSON, CAROLINE J 
NEBEL, FRANCES L 
NELSON, WILLIAM STEEN 
NOLL, DENNIS 
NOLL, JOHN M 
NOWOEN, TALMAOGE 



OBERMAN, IRVIN 
OLSON, BILLY L 
OMALLEY, ROBERT J 
ONEILL, SOPHIE C 
OSBORNE, JAMES GARLAND 
OSWALT, ROBERT DOW 

OUIMFT, VICTOR R 
OWEN, JAMES LYLE 
PADILLA, LEOVIGILDO R 
PAPAZIAN, GERALD S 

PARKER, HARPY F, JR 
PARKER, LARRY D 
PARKER, MILLIE E 



PAGE-TELEPHONE, TO JAN. I AND FROM 

JAN. 17 

2ND ASST SUPERINTENDENT, 

PAGE, FROM APRIL 10 TO APRIL 30 

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT, 

ASSISTANT, 

CLERK-OFFICE OF THE CHIEF, 

INSERTER, 

LABORER, 

INSERTER, 

PAGE, TO JAN. 1 AND FROM JAN. 17 TO 

JUNE 11 

INSERTER, TO MARCH 8 

DOORMAN, 

CHIEF BOOK UNIT, 

PAGE-TELEPHONE, FROM JAN. 17 

LABORER, 

BARBER PAY8URN, 

PAGE, TO JAN. 1 AND FROM JAN. 17 TO 

JAN. 31 

FLOOR TELEPHONE ASSISTANT, 

CHIEF, 

PAGE, TO JAN. 1 AND FROM JAN. 17 

TRUCKDRIVER, 

ASSISTANT, 

MESSENGER, FROM JAN. 7 TO MAY 31 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, 

DOORKEEPER- H. OF REP., 

PAGE, FROM FEB. 1 TO JUNE 9 

MESSENGER, FROM JUNE 14 

MESSENGER, FROM JAN. 3 TO JAN. 3 AND 
FROM JAN. 9 TO JAN. 31 AND FROM FEB. 3 

TO MARCH 10 

MACHINE OPERATOR, TO FEB. 29 AND 

MECHANIC, FROM MARCH 1 

MACHINE OPR, 

CHIEF CUSTODIAL FORCE, 

LEGISLATIVE ANALYST, 

INSERTER, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 31 AND 
FROM APRIL 3 TO APRIL 30 AND FROM MAY 

4 TO MAY 14 

CHIEF-MANUEL PROCESSING UNIT, 

MESSENGER, 

INSERTER, FROM JAN. 6 TO JAN. 31 AND 
FROM FEB. 3 TO FEB. 29 AND FROM MARCH 
3 TO MARCH 31 AND FROM APRIL 7 TO 

APRIL 30 

INSERTER, FROM MAY 5 TO MAY 31 AND 

FROM JUNE 7 

MESSENGER, 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

ASST CLERK (JOB ORDERS), 

DOORMAN, FROM MARCH 20 

PAGE, FROM JUNE 5 

ASSISTANT CHIEF OF OPERATIONS, 

MESSENGER, FROM APRIL 12 TO APRIL 30 
AND FROM MAY 3 TO MAY 31 AND FROM JUNE 

3 

ASST CHIEF DOORMAN-GALLERY-DKP, 

PAGE, FROM MAY 1 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

CHIEF OPERATIONS SECTION, 

COUNTER, FROM JAN. 3 TO JAN. 31 AND 

FROM FEB. 5 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, TO JAN. 31 

MACHINE OPERATOR, TO JAN. 20 

PAGE, FROM JUNE 1 

PAGF, TO JAN. 1 AND FROM JAN. 17 TO 

JUNE 17 

COUNTER ASST, 

PAGE, FROM JAN. 17 TO FEB. 15 

MESSENGER, 



$3,272.06 
8,484.30 
416.44 
6,827.52 
7,448.52 
3,569.52 
4,267.50 
3,678.17 
4,035.48 

2,902.34 
1,392.12 
4,225.82 
5,338.10 
3,252.23 
3,678.17 
4,250.56 

297.46 
5,690.34 

12,289.98 
3,272.06 
4,306.74 

10,916.52 
3,160.89 
3,926.46 

19,999.98 

2,558.16 

337.12 



1,240.55 

5,271.47 

4,602.36 

3,044.52 

15,289.02 



1,430.06 
5,307.51 
3,830.16 



2,489.37 

1,185.42 
4,035.48 
4,485.30 
4,772o26 
2,307.58 
515.60 
8,629.60 



1,494.16 
5,547.00 
1,189.84 
10,069.98 
4,595.02 
9,460.98 

3,827.84 
788.92 
472.05 
594.92 

3,014.26 

4,519.50 

575.09 

4,070.40 



151 

I SALARIES OFOFFIGERS AND EMPLOYEeToF^HE HOUSE ^F^PRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICF np THE nOORKEPPFR - CONTINUFD 

P4R0ISH, JAMES E, JR PAGE OVERSEFR, TO JAM. I AND FROM JAN. 

17 *3,769.«1 

PARTRIDGE, MICHAEL A SPEAKERS PAGF, 4, 112.52 

PASTIS, MARIA K MESSENGER, 4,333.10 

PAWLIK, CHARLES F DOORMAN, A,3a4.02 

PECSON, BENJAMIN S, JP MESSENGER, FROM FEB. 10 TO MARCH 31 

AND FROM APRIL 3 TO APRIL 30 AND FROM 

MAY 2 TO MAY 31 2,14R.57 

PEISNER, ALLEN MARK PAGE, FROM JUNF 1 5<'4.92 

PFLOOUIN, RORERT DOLAN INSERTER, FROM JUNF 1 TO JUNE 1 AND 

FROM JUNE 3 575.0'? 

PHILLIPS, THOMAS E WRAPPER, FROM JUNE 1 TO JUNE 1 AND 

FROM JUNE 4 555.26 

PICKERING, ROCKY ZORUS PAGE, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 29 575.09 

PIPES, KEVIN BLAKE PAGE, FROM JUNE 13 356.95 

PITTS, WILLIAM R, JR ASSISTANT MINORITY CHIFF, 7,298.50 

POORE, THOMAS PRESTON COUNTER ASSISTANT, 4,564.66 

POPPS, DEAN G DOORMAN, 4,135.18 

PRELOH, ELLEN TELEPHONE CLERK, 5,412.00 

PURCELL, JAMES D PAGE, TP JAN. 1 19.83 

OUATTRONE, FRANK J ASST CHIEF MACHINE UNIT, 5,906.04 

OUATTRONE, JOSEPH P BARBER, 4,085.17 

RABFLO, TEREZINHA MACHINE ASST, FROM JAN. 2 TO FEB. 29 

AND FROM MARCH 2 TO APRIL 30 AND FROM 

MAY ? 3,767.84 

RACKEY, ELEANOR JOYCE MACHINE ASSISTANT, TO APRIL 30 2,534.68 

RAITHEL, ALBERT L, III PAGE, TO JAN. 1 AND FROM JAN. 17 TO 

JUNE 10 2,968.48 

RANDALL, LOU DOORMAN GALLERY, 4,927.02 

RAPONE, JAMES J, JR PAGE OVERSEER, TO JAN. 1 AND FROM JAN. 

17 3,769.81 

REDMOND, PATRICK L PAGE, FROM APRIL 10 TO JUNF 8 1,170.01 

RFGALIA, OPAL L MACHINE OPERATOR, 4,578.14 

REIOY, MARY RECEPTIONIST-STATUARY HALL, 4,267.50 

REKER, ARTHUR W, JR PAGE, FROM JUNE 19 237.97 

RICHARDSON, KAY C COUNTER, FROM JAN. 4 TO A^RIL 30 AND 

FROM MAY 8 TO MAY 31 AND PROM JUNE 10 3,561.41 

RICHARDSON, YVONNE S MACHINE ASSISTANT, TO APRIL 8 1,963.99 

RIDGEWAY, MARIE D CLERK, 6,608.64 

RINFS, BOYD T DOORMAN, TO MARCH 20 1,888.21 

RIVERA, MARIO S PAGE-TELEPHONE, TO JAN. 1 AND FROM 

JAN. 17 3,272.06 

ROBERTSON, ARTHUR B, III PAGE, TOJAN. 1 AND FROM JAN. 17 TO 

JAN. 23 158.64 

ROBINSON, CONSTANCE V MACHINE OPERATOR, 4,514.84 

ROBINSON, GEORGE L DOORMAN GALLERY, 5,334.00 

ROORIOUEZ, MITCHELL PAGE-DOCUMENTAR I AN , TO JAN. 1 AND FROM 

JAN. 17 TO JUNF 18 3,084.14 

ROEBUCK, RAYMOND H SNACK BAR ATTENDANT DEM, 3,802.02 

ROSAMILTA, STEVEN J MACHINE ASSISTANT, TP JAN. 31 AND 

MACHINE OPERATOR, FROM FEB. 1 TO MARCH 

31 AND FROM APRIL 2 4,666.72 

ROSE, ALAN LOUIS PAGF, TO JAN. 1 AND FROM JAN. 17 TO 

JUNE 15 2,974.60 

ROTA, ROBERT MAJORITY CHIEF, FLR TEL SEP, 9,450.00 

ROWAN, ALFRED WAYNE DOORMAN-FLOOR, 4,361.43 

RUDDY, JOHN M MESSENGER, FROM JUNE 1 594.92 

RUSS, ERNEST J DOORMAN-GALLERY, TO JAN. 16 AND 

MAJORITY SPVR OF HOUSE PAGES, FROM 

JAN. 17 8,651.86 

RUSSELL, ROBERT RAILEY COUNTER ASSISTANT 4,694.01 

SACHS, DAVID M PAGE, TO JAN. 1 19.83 

SAMPLE, OKIE LUE ATTENDANT LADIES ROOM, 4,150.98 

SANDERS, ALAN E DOORMAN-GALLERY, 4,519.50 

SANDERS, GEORGE E MACHINE ASST, 3,918.48 

SCHRFIBER, ELIOT B PAGE, FROM JUNE 1 594.92 

SCHULER, JOHN EDGAR DfiGE, FROM JAN. 17 TO FEB. 29 872.55 

SCOTT, OICHARD L MESSENGER, FROM JAN. 6 TO MARCH 31 AND 

MACHINE OPERATOR, FROM APRIL 1 4,246.42 

SFAWRIGHT, ROBERT, JR PAGE, FROM JAN. 17 TO FEB. 29 872.55 

SEGALL, BARRY PAGE, FROM MARCH 20 TO MAY 21 1,229.50 

SEWFLL, HELEN WINFIELD SNACK BAP ATTENDANT REP, 4,384.02 

SHAW, MICHAEL T PAGE, FROM MAY 22 773.40 

SHEA, CHRISTOPHER PAGE, TO JAN. 1 AND FROM JAN. 17 3,377.93 

SHEPARD, KATHERINE C CHI >=E-MACH I NE UNIT, 6,570.00 



152 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF THF OnORKEEPER - CC1NTTNUE0 



SHOTT«;, r,4LFN K 
SH1ILM4N, MICH4EL J 
SHUVaVON, DOUGLAS 
STSLFY, JOHN 0, JR 
SIMMONS, MILES 
SIMON, CHARLES F, JR 
SIMPSON, OONITA T 
SISISKY, RICHARD 

SLF-'P, C B, II 
SMALL, HERBERT 
SMITH, EUGENE F 



SMITH, FREDERICK M 
SMITH, HENRY 
SMITH, J/VMFS 9UINTIN 
SMITH, JEAN K 
SMITH, JOBV 
SMITH, MATTHEW OUNLAP 
SMOKOWICZ, JAN A 
SOMMFRS, CARL E 
SOUTHERLAND, ELONZIA B 
SOUTHFRLANO, JAMES W 
SOVIERO, ANTHONY C 
SPFFR, GLENN M 
SPEIGHT, BARNEY H 
SPENCER, EDNA E 
SPIVEY, SAMUEL P, JR 
STAMPER, DAVID 
STINSON, KIM N 

STOLBERG, JAMES LA RUE 
SULLIVAN, BOBBY EARL 

SULLIVAN, DANIEL W 

SUTT, ROBERT THEODORE 
SUTTER, RENFE K 



SWAN, EVELYN J 

SWARTZ, SAMUEL JEFFREY 

TACKABERRY, JOHN B 
TALRFRT, JAMES NELSON 
TANNENBAUM, PHILIP L 
TAYLOR, CHARLES HENRY 
TAYLOR, HUGH BARTON 
TEAR, THOMAS H 
TEEPLE, ROGF" HUTSON 
TERRY, ROSA L 
THOMAS, GREGORY L 
TH0MA<;ON, RONALD J 
TIBBS, HARRY 
TIDD, BETTY A 
TOL<;ON, SYDNEY 
TOLSON, WILLIAM M 
TRUSLOW, JOHN W 
TULLOS, LON F, JR 
TUMSTALL, FORREST C 
TURNER, ROBERT A 
TUSCANO, ANNA H 
UDELL, GILMAN G 
UHA(DF, RAYMOND J 
UPSHAW, ROBERT STEPHEN 
VFNTURA, JOSEPH T 
VICTORSON, MICHAEL B 

WADOY, EDWARD 
WALLS, LORRAINE V 
WANG, MICHAEL C 
WEEKS, GEORGE E, II 
WFKENBORG, JAMES H 



PAGE, FROM JUNE l^ 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 

DOORMAN, TO JUNE 't 

PAGE, FROM APRIL 10 TO APRIL 30 

FILE CLFRK, 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, FROM APRIL 24 

MACHINE ASST, TO MAY 31 

PAGE-NEWSPAPER-BENCH, TO JAN. I AND 

FROM JAN. 17 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 

JANITOR, 

MESSENGER, TO JAN. 16 AND FROM JAN. ?5 
TO MARCH 31 AND MACHINE OPERATOR, FROM 

APRIL 1 

CHIEF-DELIVERY UNIT, 

BARBERSHOP ATTD CAPITOL, 

OAGE, FROM JAN. 17 TO FEB. 2° 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

PAGE, FROM JUNE 19 

PAGE, FROM FEB. 1 

GENERAL CLERK, 

BARBER RAY8UPN, 

MESSENGER, FROM JAN. 17 TO FEB. 9 .... 

PAGE, FROM JAN. 17 TO JUNE 6 

PAGE, FROM JAN. 17 TO MARCH 1° 

DOORMAN, 

INSERTER , 

DOORMAN 

PAGE, TO JAN. 1 

INSERTER, FROM MAY 22 TO MAY 31 AND 

FROM JUNE 2 

WRAPPER, 

PAGE-TELEPHONE, FROM FFB. 16 Tn JUNE 

15 

PAGE, TO JAN.. 1 AND FROM JAN. 17 TO 

JUNE 15 

BARBER -CAPITOL, 

MACHINE ASST, FROM JAN. 5 TO JAN. 31 
AND FROM FEB. 10 TO FEB. 29 AND FROM 
MARCH 13 TO APRIL 3C AND FROM MAY 2 TO 

JUNE 4 

MANICURIST RAYBURN, 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 1 TO JUNE 

1 AND FROM JUNF 4 

DOORMAN, FROM JAN. 18 

3RD ASST SUPERINTENDENT, 

RECFPTIONI ST-PRAYFR ROOM 

SNACKBAR ATTENDANT REP, 

PAGE, FROM JAN. 17 TO MAY 31 

SUPERVISOR PAGES MINORITY, 

PAGE, FROM APRIL IC TO APRIL 30 

COUNTER, 

LABORER, 

PAGE, TO JAN. 1 

LABORER, 

INSERTER, 

LABORER, 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 

DOORMAN-GALLERY, , 

PAGE, FROM FEB. 1 TO JUNE 17 

CHIEF BARBER CAPITOL, 

DOORMAN, 

MESSENGER, 

SUPERINTENDENT, 

DOORMAN, FROM JUNF "^ 

PAGE, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 29 

DOORMAN, FROM FEB. 1 TO MARCH 19 

PAGE, TO JAN. 1 AND FROM JAN. 17 TO 

JUNE 12 

LABORER, 

WRAPPER , 

PAGE, FROM JUNE 13 

DOORMAN, 

ME'"HANIC, TO JAN. 10 



$317.29 
4,519.50 
3,750.77 
416.44 
5,606.52 
1,682.26 
3,8B3.6B 

3,272.06 
5, 877.00 
3,906.32 



4,296.79 
5,047.77 
3,398.25 

872.55 
3,997.65 
4,902.30 

237.97 
2,974.60 
4,654.98 
4, 250.56 

456.11 
2,776.29 
1,249.33 
4, 112.52 
4,442.51 
4,112.52 
19.33 

767.29 
3,773.96 



2,974.60 
4,250.56 



2,949.92 
3,678.17 

555.26 

3,724.11 

7,514.28 

3,918.48 

3,802.02 

2,657.31 

10,881.48 

416.44 

3,720.42 

3,584.68 

19.83 

3,678. 17 

4,633.00 

3,678. 17 

4,927.02 

4,791.48 

2,716.80 

4,492.64 

4,248.48 

4,397.27 

14,465.52 

59^.03 

575.09 

1,119.52 

2,915.11 
3,678. 17 
4,082.04 

356.95 
4, 112.52 

320.23 



153 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICE DF THE DOORKEEPER - CONTINUED 



WEST, BENJAMIN C 
WESTERH4US, STEPHEN 
WHITE, GEOFFREY G 

WHITE, RICHARD H 
WIGF4LL, ANN RELLE 
WILKERSON, AUBREY P 
WILLIAMS, CALVIN A 
WILSON, KENNETH A 
WINGARD, NEIL B 

WITHFRSPOON, FRED 
WQTRING, THOMAS K 
YESH, ROBERT T 
YOUNG, CHARLIE LOUIS 
YOUNG, J THOMAS 
YOUNG, RORERT F 



ZEPEZAUER, MARK 



ZURZOLO, JOSEPH PARICE 
ZHIBEL, ALLAN 



OFFICE OF THE POSTMASTER 

AHERN, ROBERT A 
ALSTEROA, JOHN, JR 
ANDERSON, ARTHUR JOB 
BARNES, DENNIS PAUL 
BARNES, RAYMOND M 
BASS, WILLIAM C 
BERG, LAWRENCE 
BISHOP, EDWARD 
BLANEY, JAMES M 

BOUCHLIS, MICHAEL J 
BOWIE, ERNEST P 
BOWMAN, GEORGE M, III 



BOWMAN, MARY C 
BOYDSTON, C ELMO 
BRAITHWAIT, OELTON R 
BRAUN, JOSEPH A, III 
BYSTROM, ERIC JOHN 
CASEY, PATRICK F 
CHASE, TIMOTHY 
CHITWOOn, RUSSELL 
COLE, H MILTON, JR 



COMFLLI, 
CONNORS, 



JOSEPH CARL 
WILLIAM B 



COUREMBIS, JOHN L 
CnUREMBIS, LLOYD L 

CRAVEN, FRANCIS X 

CREECH, VICTOR H, III 
DAURIA, ALFRED J 
DAVIDSON, WILLIAM B 
OIRENFELD, BARRY 
DOBSON, JOE 
DUNPHY, DENNIS 



EVERETT, WILLIAM R, JR 
FREEMAN, JAMES M 
GARNER, REED 
GARNER, RICHARD 



SUPERINTENDENT $12,084.12 

PAGE, FROM JUNE 16 297.46 

PAGE, TO JAN. I AND FROM JAN. 17 TO 

JUNE 9 2,855.62 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 19 237.97 

MACHINE ASSISTANT 3,948.64 

LABORER, 3,678.17 

LABORER, 3,678.17 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 1 1,506.50 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 15 TO MAY 

31 317.29 

MESSENGER SPEAKERS ROOM, 3,821.43 

MESSENGER, FROM JAN. 17 TO JAN. 23 ... 138.81 

DOORMAN (GALLERY), 4,271.07 

LABORER, 3,678.17 

MFSSENGEP, FROM JAN. 2 TO APRIL 16 ... 2,102.80 
BALING MACHINE OPERATOR, TO JAN. 31 
DND FROM FEB. 2 TO MAY 31 AND FROM 

JUNE 2 3,637.65 

PAGE-TELEPHONE, TO JAN. 1 AND PAGE, 

FROM J&N. 17 TO JAN. 31 297.46 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, 4,638.46 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 4,998.00 

MAIL CLERK, 4,248.48 

MAIL CLERK, 4,248.48 

MAIL CLERK, FROM JUNE 15 365.56 

MAIL CLERK, 4,451.76 

MAIL CLERK, TO MAY 31 3,427.10 

MAIL CLERK, TO FEB. 8 868.20 

MAIL CLERK, FROM JUNE 5 594.03 

MAIL CLERK 4,654.98 

MAIL CLERK, FROM FEB. 9 TO FEB. 29 AND 

FROM MARCH 2 TO APRIL 11 1,416.53 

MAIL CLERK, TO APRIL 30 2,809.66 

DAY SUPERVISOR, 5,690.34 

MAIL CLERK, TO FEB. 29 AND FROM MARCH 
2 TO MARCH 31 AND FROM APRIL 2 TO JUNE 

4 3,816.46 

SECRETARY, 6,827.52 

ASSISTANT POSTMASTER, 9,122.52 

MAIL CLERK, 4,519.50 

FOREMAN EVENING, 5,275.98 

LABORER, TO JUNE 11 2,776.34 

MAIL CLERK, 4,135.18 

MAIL CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 TO JUNE 18 ... 411.25 

MAIL CLERK, FROM JUNE 7 548.34 

MAIL CLERK, TO FEB. 29 AND FROM MARCH 

2 4,089.67 

COUNTER CLERK, TO JAN. 5 121.78 

MAIL CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM FEB. 3 
TO FEB. 29 AND FROM MARCH 8 TO MARCH 

31 1,911.82 

MAIL CLERK, FROM APRIL 12 1,864.61 

MAIL CLERK, TO FEB. 29 AND FROM MARCH 

2 TO JUNE 16 4,075.89 

MAIL CLERK, TO MARCH 31 AND FROM APRIL 

4 TO APRIL 30 AND FROM MAY 4 4,061.54 

CLERK IN CHARGE 4,801.02 

MAIL CLERK, TO JAN. 31 730.67 

MAIL CLERK, 4,180.50 

MAIL CLERK, FROM MARCH 20 2,307.58 

MAIL CLERK, TO MARCH 31 2,056.26 

MAIL CLERK, TO MARCH 31 AND FROM APRIL 
4 TO APRIL 30 AND FROM MAY 3 TO HAY 31 

AND FROM JUNE 3 4,083.27 

MAIL CLERK, 4,248.48 

MAIL CLERK, 4,519.50 

MAIL CLERK, FROM FEB. 18 3,038.69 

MAIL CLERK, 4,157.34 



154 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



OFFICP OF THF POSTMASTER 
GEAOY, JOHN EDWARD 
GEARY, ROBERT L 



GIBSON, R03ERT P 
GIBSON, WILLIAM L 
GILL, FDWARD J, JR 
GOULD, CLAUDE LEE 
GREFNWELL, JOHN B 
GROW, HAROLD L 
HARE, J C 
HARTEP, JOHN A 



HATFIELD, BARRETT 
HICKS, CARLTON JAMES 
HINES, HARRY J 
HODGENS, RICHARD NEIL 

HUNT, RONALD C 
JAMES, DOUGLAS S 
JOHNSON, JAMES E 



JOHNSON, JAMES E 
JOHNSON, JOHN NEAL 
KENNAMER, VICTOR 
KESSLER, BENJAMIN B 
KING, KENNETH J 
KNIGHT, TERRANCE F 
KOINES, ARTHUR T 
KUSHNIR, ANDREI 
LANDON, JOHNIF A, JR 

LOEFFLER, C KENT 
LONG, OLIVER 
LOWREY, WILLIAM J 
MANNING, KIRK 
MAYBERRY, JAMES B 
MCCORO, ROBERT C 



MCCOY, MOSE, JR 
MCCULLOCH, JAMES L 
MCEWEN, CHARLES 
MCGRATH, EDWARD 
MCNEELY, JAMES P 
MCRAE, JOHN G 
MOORE, CHARLES E 
MOORE, CLAUDE L, JR 
MOORE, JOSEPH F, JR 

MORRIS, H H 
NARGI, RHBEPT 
NFELY, ROBERT 
NICHOLS, FLYNT 
NORTHINGTON, M 
OLCHAK, ROBERT G 
OLCHAK, SEYMOUR 
PACKRALL, JOHN, JR 
PAXTON, WILLIAM E 
PERKINS, RFATHA 
PERRY, ORAN GARLAND 
RICHARDS, JOHN G 
ROBERSON, GARY K 
ROBERTS, JOSEPH D, II 
ROGERS, LAWSON S 

ROSS, PETER 



ROWFN, BRIJCF R 



CONTINUED 

MAIL CLERK, FROM JAN. 17 TO APRIL 30 

AND FROM MAY 3 

MAIL CLERK, TO FEB. 13 AND FROM FEB. 
19 TO MARCH 19 AND FROM APRIL 1 TO 

JUNE 11 

NIGHT SUPERVISOR, 

MAIL CLERK, TO MAY 31 

MAIL CLERK, FROM MAY B 

LABORER, 

MAIL CLERK, FROM JUNE 12 

CLERK IN CHARGE, 

MAIL CLERK, FROM JAN. h TO FEB. 29 ... 
MAIL CLERK, TO FEB. 29 AND FROM MARCH 
2 TO MARCH 31 AND FROM APRIL 3 TO 

APRIL 30 AND FROM MAY 2 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, FROM JUNE 2 TO JUNE 12 ... 

MAIL CLERK, TO JUNE 5 

MAIL CLERK, TO JUNE 11 AND FROM JUNE 

14 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, TO APRIL 17 

MAIL CLERK, TO FEB. 29 AND FROM MARCH 
2 TO MARCH 31 AND FROM APRIL ^ TO 
APRIL 30 AND FROM MAY 7 TO MAY 31 .... 

MAIL CLERK, FROM JUNE 7 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, 

COUNTER CLERK, TO FEB. 18 

MAIL CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

MAIL CLERK, TO APRIL 30 AND FROM MAY 2 
MAIL CLFRK, TO MARCH 31 AND FROM APRIL 
4 TO APRIL 30 AND FROM MAY 4 TO MAY 31 

MAIL CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 

LABORER, FROM JUNE 12 

COUNTER ASST-CANNON BLDG., 

MAIL CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 

MAIL CLFRK, TO APRIL 16 

MAIL CLERK, FROM FEB. 9 TO FEB. 29 AND 
FROM MARCH 2 TO MARCH 31 AND FROM 

APRIL 3 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM FEB. 2 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, FROM MAY 9 TO JUNE 13 .... 

CLERK, TO FEB. 15 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, FROM JUNE 12 

MAIL CLFRK, FROM APRIL 5 

MAIL CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM FEB. 3 

TO APRIL 30 AND FROM MAY 2 

POSTMASTER H OF R, 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, FROM JUNE 17 

COUNTER CLERK-CANNON BLDG, 

LABORER, TO JUNE 18 

MAIL CLFRK, 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, TO MAY 31 

CLERK IN CHARGE CAP PO, 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, TO MARCH 31 

MAIL CLFRK, TO JUNE 4 AND FROM JUNE 19 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, TO MARCH 31 AND FROM APRIL 

2 TO APRIL 30 AND FROM MAY 3 

MAIL CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND FROM FEB. 3 
TO MARCH 31 AND FROM APRIL 2 TO APRIL 

30 AND FROM MAY 2 

MAIL CLERK, 



t3,701.26 



3,312.86 
6,206.52 
3,608.17 
1,210.91 
3,453.00 
434.10 
5,275.98 
1,302.30 



4,219.59 

4,791.48 

251.32 

3,541.34 

4,201.28 
4,112.52 
2,525.49 



3,198.63 
548.34 
4,384.02 
5,877.00 
5,062.98 
4, 1 12.52 
1, 132.93 
685.42 
4,359.67 

3,290.02 
2,056.26 
327.64 
4,654.98 
2,741.68 
2,501.88 



3,175.77 
4,654.98 
4,270.06 
4,384.02 

799.65 
1, 175.12 
4,248.48 

434.10 
1,964.87 

4,310.96 
15,750.00 
4,519.50 
4, 135.18 
319.86 
4,519.50 
2,897.05 
4,677.73 
4,519.50 
3,562.99 
5,683.50 
4,248.48 
2,056.26 
4,292.92 
4,112.52 

4,577.40 



4,286.61 
4,180.50 



155^ 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972--Continued 

OFPICE OF THE POSTMASTER - CONTINUED 

S4MS, THOMAS P MAIL CLERK, TO MARCH 31 AND FROM APRIL 

3 TO APRIL 30 AND FROM MAY 5 TO MAY 31 

AND FROM JUNE 6 $4,370.52 

SARDEGNA, RICHARD B MAIL CLERK, 4,519.50 

SAWYER, MICHAEL MAIL CLFRK, TO FEB. 29 AND FROM MARCH 

3 TO MARCH 31 AND FROM APRIL 2 TO 

APRIL 30 AND FROM MAY 6 3,929.73 

SCHIILZ, RICHARD W, JR MAIL CLERK, TO FEB. 29 AND FROM MARCH 

3 TO MARCH 31 AND FROM APRIL 3 TO 

APRIL 30 AND FROM MAY 5 TO MAY 31 .... 3,734.44 

SCHULZ, RICHARD W, JR MAIL CLERK, FROM JUNE 8 612.24 

SHEPHERD, C ANDREW, JR MAIL CLERK, 4,112.52 

SHIRAI, WESLEY MAIL CLERK, TO APRIL 30 AND FROM MAY 3 

TO MAY 31 AND FROM JUNE 4 4,130.47 

SLUSHFR, LANNY MAIL CLERK, TO APRIL 30 AND FROM MAY 3 4,312.72 

SMITH, BRIAN J MAIL CLERK, FROM MAY 8 1,210.91 

SMITH, JAMES C MAIL CLERK HOUSE POST OFFICE, 5,062.98 

SMITH, SAMMY MAIL CLERK, FROM JUNE 5 594.03 

SPEIGHT, STEPHANIE MAIL CLERK, 4,112.52 

STAFFIERY, ANTHONY J MAIL CLERK, TO FEB. 29 AND FROM MARCH 

2 TO MARCH 31 AND FROM APRIL 4 TO 

APRIL 30 AND FROM MAY 4 TO MAY 31 .... 3,267.17 

STAFFIERY, ANTHONY J MAIL CLERK, FROM JUNE 4 616.88 

STOVFR, STERLING MAIL CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 685.42 

STREETT, RICHARD MAIL CLERK, TO JUNE 14 4,128.30 

THOMAS, KENNETH MAIL CLERK, FROM JUNE 13 451.95 

THURMAN, PAUL L, JR MAIL CLERK, TO FEB. 29 AND FROM MARCH 

? TO MARCH 31 AND FROM APRIL 2 TO 

APRIL 30 AND FROM MAY 4 TO MAY 31 .... 3,422.39 
VOGT, JAMES C MAIL CLERK, TO FEB. 29 AND FROM MARCH 

2 TO APRIL 30 AND FROM MAY 2 4,066.82 

VOORDE, JOHN J MAIL CLERK, FROM FEB. 14 TO MAY 7 .... 1,919.17 

WALKER, FRANKLIN S FOREMAN MAIL PLATFORM, 5,547.00 

WALKER, STEWART R CLERK IN CHARGE, 5,027.15 

WILD, CLAUDE, III MAIL CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 685.42 

YEAGER, JOHN LABORER, FROM JUNE 19 706.93 

YOUNG, J THOMAS MAIL CLERK, FROM APRIL 17 1,690.70 

ZINIEWICZ, GORDON L MAIL CLERK, 4,316.25 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE 

EASLEY, LOUIS T STAFF CONSULTANT ( P) , 12,982.74 

GALLAGHER, CHRISTINE CLERK (P», 16,004.82 

HANNAH, MARTHA S SUBCOMMITTEE CLERK <C», 8,558.16 

JOHNSON, MARJORIE B SFC. TO ASSISTANT COUNSEL (C), 8,558.16 

MISSLBECK, GEORGE F PRINTING EDITOR (P), 9,547.50 

MURRAY, HYDE H ASSOCIATE GENERAL COUNSEL (P), 17,985.72 

PATTIE, LOVE M STAFF ASSISTANT (C>, FROM MARCH 16 TO 

MAY 15 3,096.40 

PECORE, PEGGY L STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 8,558.16 

OREZIOSO, BETTY M STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 8,558.16 

SHARP, LACEY C GENERAL COUNSEL (Pt,.^ 16,004.82 

VACIN, LYDIA STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 8,558.16 

WEST, FOWLER C ASSISTANT STAFF CONSULTANT (P), TO 

CARCH 15 AND STAFF CONSULTANT IP), 

FROM MAY 16 8,333.31 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES 

BLANDFORD, JOHN R CHIEF roUNSELlP), 18,000.00 

6RITT0N, DOROTHY R SECRETARY (D, 9,626.88 

BROWN, EMMA M SECRETARY (C), 6,013.50 

CANTUS, H HOLLISTER PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER (P), FROM 

FEB. I 8,132.30 

COOK, WILLIAM H COUNSEL (P), 17,950.02 

DE4KINS, JAMES A RILL CLERK (C), 7,279.50 

ELLIS, L LOUISE SECRETARY (C), 9,626.88 

FORD, JOHN JOSEPH PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER (P), 16,879.98 

GORE, BRENOA J SECRETARY (C), 6,013.50 

HARDY, ISSIAH MESSENGER (C), 5,222.28 

HOGAN, WILLIAM H, JR COUNSEL (P), 12,132.48 

JOHNSON, EDNA E SECRETARY (C), 9,626.88 

JONES, NANCY SUE SECRETARY (C), 5,011.26 



79-639 O - 72 - 11 



156 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

ST4NDTNG rOMMITTEE ON APMED "SERVICES - rONTINUED 

KALINOWSKl, BERNIECE SECRETARY (C), $9,626.88 

MARSHALL, RALPH PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER (P), 15,297.48 

MCDONALD, INNIS E SECRETARY (C), 7,226.76 

MOQRE, SALLY A SECRETARY (C), FROM FEB. 1 4,176.05 

MORGAN, EARL J PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER (P), 17,950.02 

NOPRIS, GEORGE COUNSEL IP), 14,690.88 

SHORT, WILLIAM B, JR CLERICAL STAFF ASSISTANT (C), FROM 

FEB. 1 6,593.75 

SHUMATE, J F, JR COUNSEL (P), 14,690.88 

SLATINSHEK, FRANK M ASSISTANT CHIEF COUNSEL (P), 18,000.00 

STOCKSTILL, ONETA L EXECUTIVE SECRETARY IP), 13,187.52 

WILLETT, ANN R SECRETARY (C), 6,013.50 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY 

FINK, ORMAN S MINORITY PROF STAFF MEMBER (P), 18,000.00 

GELLMAN, BENFT D COUNSEL (C), 18,000.00 

HOI STEIN, CHARLES B PROFFSSTONAL STAFF MEMBER (C), 18,000.00 

LAYTON, MARY W SECRETARY TO MINORITY (C), 11,346.12 

LFWIS, JOSEOH C PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER (P), 18,000.00 

NELSON, PAUL CLERK G STAFF DIRECTOR (P), 18,000.00 

NORTHUP, GRAHAM T PROF STAFF MBR (MIN) (C), 18,000.00 

PRINS, CURTIS A CHIEF INVESTIGATOR (P), 17,292.60 

VAUGHN, DONALD G ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (C), 9,809.22 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

ALEXANDER, BETTY C ASSISTANT CLERK (C), 8,540.64 

CLARK, JAMFS T CLERK (C) 14,977.38 

GftRBER, HAYDEN S COUNSEL (P), 14,115.54 

GASOUE, CLAYTON STAFF DIRECTOR (P), TO JAN. 31 2,138.33 

HILDER, LEONARD INVESTIGATOR (P), 11,473.38 

HILL, TERRY D PUBLIC RELATIONS AST CLERK (t), 5,802.48 

HOGAN, JOHN E MINORITY COUNSEL (C), TO MARCH 31 AND 

MINORITY COUNSEL (P), FROM APRIL 1 ... 13,534.34 

KFLLY, PATRICK E ASSISTANT COUNSEL (P), 7,912.50 

LITTLE, PAUL YATES SPECIAL CONSULTANT (C), 10,549.98 

STEINKULLER, OTHELLO ASSISTANT CLERK (C), 9,237.78 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR 

ANDRINGA, ROBERT C MINORITY STAFF DIRECTOR (C), 16,352.52 

BAKER, DONALD M CHIEF CLK-ASSOC COUNSEL (P), 18,000.00 

RERENS, DONALD F ADM ASST (C), 12,976.50 

BERNSTEIN, MICHAEL J MIN COUNSEL FOR LABOR (P), 18,000.00 

DARGANS, LOUISE M CLERK t RFSFARCH DIRECTOR (C), 18,000.00 

GAUL, WILLIAM F ASSOCIATE GENERAL COUNSEL (P), 18,000.00 

RAOCLIEFE, CHARLES W MIN COUNSEL FOR EDUC ( " ) , 18,000.00 

REFD, HARTWELL DUVALL GENERAL COUNSEL (P), 18,000.00 

REEVES, BENJAMIN E ASST TO CHAIRMAN-ASST CLK (P), 18,000.00 

SULLIVAN, AUSTIN P, JR LEGISLATIVE SPECIALIST (C), TO APRIL 

AND LEGISLATIVE DIRECTOR (C), FROM 

MAY 1 17,605.00 

WRIGHT, LOUISE M. ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (C), 13,401.52 

WYMAN, MARIAN RUTH SPECIAL ASST TO CHAIRMAN (C), 16,812.48 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS 

ABRRUZZESE, PETER A STAFF CONSULTANT (P), 12,660.00 

BOYER, ROBERT KENT STAFF CONSULTANT (P), 10,549.98 

BRADY, JOHN J, JR STAFF CONSULTANT (C), 13,714.98 

BROWN, JEAN SMITH STAFF ASST (C), 7,198.3? 

BULLOCK, ROY J STAFF CONSULTANT (P), 18,000.00 

CHESTER, JOHN CHAPMAN STAFF CONSULTANT (P), 13,714.98 

CROMER, Ha"rRY C STAFF CONSULTANT (P), 18,000.00 

CZARNECKI, MARIAN A STAFF rONSULTANT (P), 18,000.00 

MATTAS, HELEN C STAFF ASST (C), 12,348.60 

MCCRACKEN, DORA R STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 9,103.98 

06RIFN, MARY L STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 11,019.78 

PEAK, PAULA L STAFF ASST IC), 9,103.98 

SULLIVAN, JOHN H STAFF CONSULTANT (C), 13,714.98 



I 157 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

STANDIN'; COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAI"? - CONTINUEn 

WESTPHAL, ALBERT C F STAFF CPNSULTAMT (P(, $18,000.00 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS 

ABBOTT, ANNIE M STAFF MEMBER (C), 7,300.50 

ARMSTRONG, CLARA K MINORITY RESEARCH ASST (CI, 8,240.22 

CARLSON, JOHN P MINORITY COUNSEL ( P) , 18,000.00 

CASH, CATHERINE S STAFF MEMBER (C), 7,337.70 

COPENHAVFR, WILLIAM H "INQRITY PROF STF MBR (P), 15,147.78 

DAVIS, CHRISTINE RAY STAF^ ADMINISTRATOR (P), 18,000.00 

FELDOTTO, DOLORES STAFF MEMBER (C), <5, 237.78 

JARVIS, MARILYN F STAFF MEMBER (C), 7,941.72 

LANIGAN, JAMES A GENERAL COUNSEL (P), 18,000.00 

MCLACHLAN, ANN E STAFF MEMBER (T), 8,953.74 

ROBACK, HERBERT STAFF DIRECTOR (P), 18,000.00 

ROMNEY, MILES Q ASSOCIATE GENERAL COUNSEL (P), 16,903.20 

STANDING rOMMTTTEE ON HOUSE ADMINISTRATION 

BLAIR, JOHN G ASSISTANT-STAFF DIRECTOR tC), 13,714.98 

FREED, LOUIS I ASS^ STAFF OlRErrnP (CI, 17,143.74 

GRAY, ROBERT D CHIEF AUDITOR (PI, 16,776.36 

MILLER, MELVIN M MINORITY CLERK (P), 16,604.28 

MUOPHY, RALPH W ASSISTANT CLFP K-MI NORI TY (P), 10,549.98 

PYAN, FRANK BEALL DIRECTOR INFO SYSTEMS (P), 18,000.00 

SILVERMAN, LOUIS STAFF ASST (CI, 10,145.34 

STOLLE, MARY F ASST CLERK (CI, 6,793.02 

VARGAS, JUDITH LEONARD ASSISTANT CLERK (C), TO "AY 31 AND 

ASST CLERK-MINORITY SECTY (C), FROM 

JUNE 1 4,306.35 

WALKFR, JOHN T STAFF DIRECTOR (PI, 18,000.00 

WILSON, EVELYN HANGF ASSISTANT CLERK (CI, 6,725.64 

WOLMAN, DAVID S PERSONNEL ANALYST (PI, 16,604.28 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSULAR AFFAIRS 

BARTON, DIXIE S CLERK (CI, TO JAN. 15 879.17 

CASEY, JIM T CONSULTANT ON IRRlG/PECL (PI, 16,352.52 

FREEMAN, PATRICIA B CLERK (C), 9,495.00 

GANTS, ROBERT M MINORITY STAFF MEMBER (P), 11,077.50 

GARDNER, SUSAN W CLERK (CI, TO JUNE 10 5,408.33 

LEPPERT, CHARLES, JR MINORITY rnUNSEL (P), 16,879.98 

MCELVAIN, LEE ASST COUN E CONSLT PKS/REC (PI, 15,297.48 

MCFARLAND, SIDNEY L STF DIR t CHIEF CLK (CI, 18,000.00 

MURRAY, PATRICIA ANN CLERK (C) 10,549.98 

SANDY, KATHLEEN V CLERK (CI, 7,912.50 

SHAFER, WILLIAM L CON MIN MIN E LAND (P), 18,000.00 

SIGLER, LEWIS A COUNSEL K CONSLT I ND AFF (PI, 18,000.00 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON INTERNAL SECURITY 

CUNNINGHAM, ANNIEL CHIEF - FILES E REFERENCE (CI, 9,038.28 

GALLAGHER, JAMES L RESEARCH ANALYST (CI, FROM MAY 1 4,166.66 

HECHT, WILLIAM H EXECUTIVE STAFF ASSISTANT (P), 15,561.24 

HORNER, ROBERT M CHIEF INVESTIGATOR (CI, 12,336.00 

KING, V BEONICE FINANCIAL SECRETARY (C) 8,917.92 

MATTHEWS, RUTH I CLERK (C), TO APRIL 30 8,440.00 

NITTLE, ALFRED M LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL (PI 15,658.62 

ROMERSTEIN, HERBERT CHIEF MIN INVESTIGATOR (P), 15,297.48 

SANDERS, DONALD G CHIEF COUNSEL (PI, 18,000.00 

SCHULTZ, RICHARD L ASSOC CHIEF COUNSEL (PI, 14,415.36 

SHAW, WILLIAM G DIR OF RESEARCH (C), 13,032.00 

VALENTE, MAPY MYERS ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY (C), 9,636.60 

WHITE, DFWITT MINORITY LEGAL COUNSEL (PI 15,658.62 



158 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

STANDING COMMITTFE ON INTERSTfiTE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE 



BERRY, 

B0RCH4R 

8URS0N, 

COLLIE, 

CURTIS, 

DINKINS 

OIXON, 

GUTHRIE 

JOHNSON 

MAHON, 

MENGER, 

PAINTER 

RYAN, M 

THOMAS, 

WILLIAM 



LEWIS E, JR 
DT, KURT 

MARION M 

HAZEL J 

CHARLES B 
, ELEANOR A 
WILLIAM J 
, ROBERT F 
, MARCELLA F 
FRANK W 

JAMES M, JR 
, KENNETH J 
ARY 

EDWIN EARL 
SON, WALTER E 



MINORITY COUNSEL (C), $ 

PROF STAFF MBR (P), 

STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 

STAFF ASSISTANT (D, 

PROFESSIONAL STAFF MBR <P), 

CLERICAL ASST ID, 

PROF STAFF MEMBER (P(, 

PROF STAFF MEMBER IP), 

ASSISTANT CLERK (C) 

PRINTING EDITOR IC), 

PROF STAFF MEMBER (P), 

1ST ASST CLERK (C), 

CLERICAL ASST (C), 

STAFF ASST (C), 

CHIEF CLERK (C), 



18, 


,000. 


,00 


18, 


,000, 


.00 


15, 


,86A, 


.18 


9, 


r8A5. 


.52 


18, 


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7, 


,830. 


.24 


18, 


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18, 


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9, 


,890. 


.94 


10, 


,^39. 


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18, 


,000, 


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15, 


,86A. 


.18 


7, 


,830. 


.18 


7, 


,365.60 


18, 


,000, 


.00 



STANDING COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY 



ALLEN, CARRIE LOU 
BELAND, LORRAINE W 
BENN, DONALD G 
BURAK, GERTRUDE CLARA 
CALDWELL, JANE C 
CHRISTY, FRANCES 

CLINE, GARNER J 
DICK, BESS EFFRAT 
EISENBERG, ROBERTA E 
FUCHS, HERBERT 
JFTT, R FREDERICK 
SHATTUCK, WILLIAM P 
ZEIFMAN, JEROME M 
ZELENKO, BENJAMIN L 



CLERK-STENOGRAPHFR (C), 8,081.10 

CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (C), 8,081.10 

ASSOCIATE COUNSEL (P), 15,825.00 

CLERK-STFNOGRAPHER (C), 8,540.64 

CLERK,-ST£NOGRAPHER (C), 9,600.24 

CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (C), TO FEB. 29 AND 

CLERICAL STAFF (C), FROM MARCH 1 .... 10,633.56 

COUNSEL (P), 16,382.76 

STAFF DIRECTOR (P), 18,000.00 

CLERICAL STAFF (C), 8,081.10 

COUNSEL tP), 18,000.00 

COUNSEL (C), 14,935.98 

COUNSEL (P), 16,382.76 

COUNSEL (C), 15,825.00 

GENERAL COUNSEL (P), 18,000.00 



STANDING COMMITTEE ON MERCHANT MARINE AND FISHERIES 



BARKER, VERA 
CASEY, RALOH E 
CORRADO, ERNEST J 
DENNIS, ALBERT J 
EVERETT, NED P 
MCELROY, ROBERT J 
NOAH, VIRGINIA L 

ROUNTREE, WILLIAM C 
SHAROOD, RICHARD N 
STILL, FRANCES 
SUTTER, LEONARD L, JR 
WINFIELD, W B 



SECRETARY {O, 9,502.28 

THIEF COUNSEL (P), 18,000.00 

COUNSEL (P», 14,242.50 

INVESTIGATOR (C), 11,092.47 

COUNSEL(P), 15,917.88 

CHIEF CLERK (C), 17,983.14 

SECRETARY (C), TO FEB. 29 AND 

SECRETARY-MINORITY (C), FROM MARCH 1 . 9,255.32 

MIN COUNSEL (P), 9,495.00 

MINORITY COUNSEL (P), 13,731.66 

ASSISTANT CLERK (C), 9,672.96 

COUNSEL (P), 13,282.50 

CLERK (C», 11,867.76 



STANDING COMMITTEE ON POST OFFICE AND CIVIL SERVICE 



BRAY, BUN BENTON, JR 
FORTUNE, FRANCIS C 
GAUGHAN, VINCENT M 
IRVINE, WILLIAM A 
KAZY, THEODORE JAMES 
LOCKHART, ROBERT E 
MARTINY, JOHN H 
SIMONS, BLANCHE M 
SMIROLDO, VICTOR C 
THORNTON, ELSIE E 
WELLS, BARBARA MEGEE 



ASSOCIATE STAFF DIR (P), 17,749.98 

COORDINATOR (C), 14,716.68 

STAFF DIR E SPEC COUNSEL (C), 17,500.02 

ASSISTANT STAFF DIR (P), 17,749.98 

SENIOR STAFF ASST (P), 17,749.98 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL (P), 14,316.67 

CHIEF COUNSEL (P), 18,000.00 

SECRETARY (C), 8,679.18 

COUNSEL IP), 17,749.98 

CHIEF CLERK (C), 12,666.79 

SECRETARY (C), TO JAN. 31 AND 

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY (C), FROM FEB. 1 . 9,149.98 



159 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972-JContinued 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS 

BF4M, DOROTHY A EXECUTIVE STAFF ASSISTANT (C), $11,630.34 

PUCKLEY, MFRIAM RUTH STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 9,700.20 

CARROLL, STERLYN B STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 8,107.68 

COSTELLO, RUTH S STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 7,965.07 

FDELMAN, LESTER COUNSEL (P), 16,879.98 

ENFIELD, CLIFTON W MINORITY COUNSEL (P), 18,000.00 

OBERSTAR, JAMES L ADMINISTRATOR (C), 16,886.34 

PEET, RICHARD C ASSISTANT MINORITY COUNSEL (P), FROM 

JUNE 1 2,808.33 

RIVARO, LLOYD A ENGINEER CONSULTANT (P), 16,879.98 

SCHWARTZ, CARL H, JR CONSULTANT (D), 7,374.00 

SULLIVAN, RICHARD J CHIEF COUNSEL (P), 18,000.00 

WOOD, GORDON E PROF STAFF MPR (MIN) (P), TO MAY 31 .. 10,034.98 

YOUMANS, ERLA S MIN EXEC STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 9,758.76 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON RULES 

BATTLE, LAURIE C STAFF OIR S COUNSEL (PI, 18,000.00 

BUNDICK, MARGARET ANNE STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 6,000.00 

CROSBY, WILLIAM D, JR MINORITY COUNSEL (C), TO MARCH 31 AND 

MINORITY COUNSEL (P), FROM APRIL 1 ... 9,499.98 

CULLFN, JONNA LYNNE STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 8,500.02 

FORREST, MARY S ASST COUNSFL-RFS ANALYST (P), 11,329.98 

WATTS, WINIFRED L PROF ADMINISTRATIVE ASST (P), 9,075.00 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND ASTRONAUTICS 

CARSTARPHEN, JOHN A CHIEF CLERK £ COUNSEL (C), 18,000.00 

CASHMAN, KIFRAN U SFCPETARY (C), 5,864.64 

DELRIEGO, JOSEPH MINORITY STAFF (P» 11,605.02 

DODSON, EMILY SECRETARY (C), 7,263.36 

DUCANDER, CHARLES F EXFC DIR CHIEF COUNSEL (P), 18,000.00 

HAMMILL, FRANK R, JR COUNSEL (P), 18,000.00 

ROBERT, MARY ANN SECRETARY (C), 7,579.32 

ROOGERS, CAROL F SECRETARY (C>, 7,087.74 

STAFFORD, JUNE C SECRETARY (C) 7,087.74 

SWARTZ, CARL MINORITY STAFF (C), 11,868.78 

WILSON, JAMES E, JR TECHNICAL CONSULTANT (P), 17,319.72 

YEAGER, PHILIP B COUNSEL (P), 18,000.00 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON STANDARDS OF OFFICIAL CONDUCT 

ALLETT, ROBERT G SENIOR STAFF MEMBER (C), 17,937.30 

LAUDER, JOHN A CLERK (C), FROM FEB. 14 3,283.33 

MACKENZIE, MARIANN R SECRETARY (C», 10,549.98 

SWANNER, JOHN M STAFF DIRECTOR (P), 18,000.00 

WHITTINGTON, TEMPIE W CLERK (C), TO FEB. 29 AND ASSISTANT 

CLERK (CI, FROM MARCH 5 5,157.80 

WOLFE, BENNETT ASSISTANT STAFF DIRECTOR (PI, 15,855.30 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON VETERANS' AFFAIRS 

eiONDI, HELEN A ASSISTANT CLERK (CI, 11,439.42 

COLBY, MORVIE ANN CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (CI, 7,672.20 

FISHER, GEORGE W CLERK (CI, 18,000.00 

GOTTSCHALK, ARTHUR M PROFF'^SI ON AL AIDE (PI, 11,077.50 

HOLDEN, JOHN R PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER (PI, 16,347.00 

KIOD, MARJORIE J CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (C), 7,337.70 

KIRBY, BILLY E PROFESSIONAL AIDE (PI, 16,347.00 

KNAPP, DONALD C COUNSEL (P), 18,000.00 

MATTHEWS, ALICE V CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (C), 7,895.22 

MEADOWS, OLIVER F STAFF DIRECTOR (P|, 18,000.00 

WILTON, PATRICIA J CLERK STENOGRAPHER (CI, 5,782.50 



160 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM' 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



ST^NDING COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS 



BAKER, JOHN PATRICK 
mjRKETT, FLORENCE U 
SUTLER, VIRGINIA M 
BYRD, WILLIAM C 
CRANE, MARIE ANN 
FITZGERALD, MARY C 
FULLERTON, WILLIAM 
GREENE, HUGHLON 
HAWKINS, CHARLES E 
HILL, ROBERT R 
KAGAN, GRACE G 
KANE, WILLIAM T 
KELLEY, JAMES W 
KENDALL, JUNE 
LAMAR, HAROLD T 
LEIGH, EUNICE 
LIEBLICH, ELIZABETH W 
LITTLE, WALTER B 
MARTIN, JOHN M, JR 
PARKER, DORIS J 
RATLIFF, VIVIAN JEAN 
SHAVER, GLORIA 
SINGLETON, ARTHUR L, JR 
SONNETT, ELIZABETH E 
THOMAS, DANNA K 
VANDERSCHAAF, JUDITH H 
VA7IS, CAROLE M 
WEINSTEIN, KAY ANNE 
WILBUR, RICHARD C 



ASSISTANT CHIEF COUNSEL (P), tl7,7*9.98 

STAFF ASSISTANT (CI, 7,801.74 

STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 9,273.48 

STAFF ASSISTANT (C), TO FEB. 14 1,537.67 

STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 7,384.98 

STAFF ASSISTANT (C) 5,532.66 

STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 17,394.30 

DOCUMENT CLERK (C), 7,801.74 

STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 17,749.98 

PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANT (P», 12,454.26 

STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 9,273.48 

PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANT (P), 16,604.28 

PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANT (P), 17,394.30 

STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 10,805.82 

PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANT (P), 17,394.30 

STAFF ASSISTANT (C), FROM JAN. 20 .... 4,472.20 

STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 4,114.50 

DOCUMENT CLERK (CI, 7,801.74 

CHIEF COUNSEL (PI, 18,000.00 

STAFF ASSISTANT (C), FROM JUNE 15 .... 391.11 

STAFF ASSISTANT (CI, 5,409.54 

STAFF ASSISTANT (CI, 8,993.88 

PROFESSIONAL STAFF (P), 15,371.04 

STAFF ASSISTANT (CI, TO JUNE 15 7,151.60 

STAFF ASSISTANT (CI, 4,879.38 

STAFF ASSISTANT (CI, 5,412.18 

STAFF ASSISTANT (CI, 6,434.58 

STAFF ASSISTANT (CI, 5,891.10 

PROFESSIONAL STAFF (PI, 18,000.00 



STANDING COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS 



ALLEN, GEORGE F 
BOLING, WILLIAM G 
BONO, MARY ANN 
3UHRMAN, LETA M 
CHOUINARD, GERARD J 
COUPE, KATHFRINE D 
OYER, JAMES W 

EHRINGHAUS, PEGGY C 
EVANS, GEORGE E 
FARMER, PAUL V- 
FOSTER, ROBERT B 
GARRETSON, T R 
GARRITY, JOHN M 
GRIFFIN, HAROLD H 
GUNNELS, AUBREY A 
GUNSHOWS, DANIEL V 
HARDIN, RUSSELL, JR 
HARDY, THOMAS H 
HICKEY, GEMMA MAUREEN 
HOWE, JAY B 
JOHNSTON, CAROLYN J 
KEHL, DAVID K 
KEYSER, VIRGINIA M 
KINGFIELD, THOMAS J 
KNISELY, ROBERT LYLE 
LAMENOOLA, ANNA L 
LINFBERRY, LAURA E 
MABRY, SAMUEL A 
MAINLAND, KEITH F 
MEREDITH, MILTON B 
MICONI, AMERICO S 
MILLER, LAWRENCE C 
MIZELLF, DEMPSEY B 
MORRISON, B ENID 
MOYFR, ROBERT M 
MURPHY, PETER J, JR 
NEIL, HENRY A, JR 
NICHOLAS, ROBERT C, II 
NIFLSON, BYRON S 
PLASHAL, JOHN GALVIN 
PRESTON, SAMUEL R 
OUINNEY, MARILYN R 
RICH, NAOMI A 



CLERICAL ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 16 .... 4,307.91 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 13,609.50 

CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 5,749.74 

CLK-STENO TO SUB-COMM/CHAI RMAN, 7,000.02 

CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 7,543.26 

CLERK-STFNOGRAPHER (MINI, 7,087.74 

CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, TO APRIL 30 AND 

CLERICAL ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 1 6,375.70 

CLERK STENOGRAPHER (MINI, 7,087.74 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 16,879.98 

ASSISTANT EDITOR, 9,389.52 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 13,345.74 

CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (MINI, 7,087.74 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 13,345.74 

MINORITY CLERK, 14,242.50 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 17,407.50 

CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 6,405.40 

CLERICAL ASSISTANT (C), 7,384.98 

CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 7,384.98 

CLERK-TYPIST, 4,272.78 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 18,000.00 

CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 6,330.00 

CLK-STENO/RANK MIN MBR SUBCOMM, 6,963.00 

CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 5,538.78 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 11,077.50 

STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM APRIL 2 3,337.50 

CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 6,277.26 

CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 6,710.16 

CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 7,384.98 

STAFF ASST TO CHAIRMAN, 16,879.98 

SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 12,660.00 

STAFF ASSTISTANT, 10,999.98 

EDITOR, 13,609.50 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 10,497.24 

STAFF ASSISTANT (MINI, 10,448.52 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 18,000.00 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 16,352.52 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 17,882.28 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 10,919.28 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 7,384.98 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 7,912.50 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 18,000.00 

CLERICAL ASSISTANT, FROM FEB. 14 5,441.96 

CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 6,719.40 



161 

IJOll^^F OFFICERS^ ANDHEMP OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 

JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

ST&NDING rOMMITTEE ON 4PPR0PP1 ATT ONS - CONTINUED 



RICHROURGi OONALO E STAFF ASSISTANT, $ 

RIZZUTTO, VINCENT TLERK STENOGRAPHER, TO FEB. 29 

SADY, FRANCIS W ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 

SAHLIN, KARi^N L CLFRK-STENOGRAPHFR , 

SHAW, SUSAN L CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, FROM MARCH 1 

SHULAW, DALE M CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 

SILSBY, EARL C STAFF ASSISTANT 

SKARIN, G HOMER STAFF ASSISTANT, 

SMALLWOOD, MARY H CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (MAJ), 

SMITH, AUSTIN G CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 

SNOOGRASS, CHARLES W STAFF ASSISTANT, 

SPILLAN, HUNTER L STAFF ASSISTANT, 

STEELE, LINDA L CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, TO MARCH 31 AND 

CLERICAL ASSISTANT, FROM APRIL 1 

TATE, FORREST 0, JR CLERK STENOGRAPHER, TO APRIL 30 

THOMAS, RANDOLPH MESSENGER, 

THOMSON, "AUL E STAFF ASSISTANT, 

URIAN, GEORGE A STAFF ASSISTANT, 

VACCARO, PATIENCE S CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 

VANDERSCHAAF, DEREK J STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM FEB. 20 

VOYTKO, CATHERINE M CLERK STENOGRAPHER, 

WALKER, ROBERT MICHAEL CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 

WALLACE, BARBARA C CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 

WALSH, JOHN F CLERK STENOGRAPHER, 

WILHELM, EUGENE B STAFF ASSISTANT, 

WILLSON, J DAVID STAFF ASSISTANT, 

WILSON, PAUL M CLERK G STAFF DIRECTOR, 

WOOD, THAYER A STAFF ASSISTANT, 

SPECIAL AND MINORITY EMPLOYEES 

BARTLETT, JOE 1 (A) FLOOR ASST TO THE MIN., 

BONSELL, WILLIAM R FLOOR AS":T TO THE MINORITY, 

HARTMANN, ROBERT T FLOO" ASST TO THE MINORITY, 

KENNEDY, WALTER P PAIR CLERK TO THE MINORITY, , 

WILLIAMS, JOHN J STAFF DIRECTOR TO THE MINORITY, 

WINEBRENNER, TOMMY LEE FLOOR ASST TO THE MINORITY, 

DEMOCRATIC STEERING COMMITTEE 

BARRIERE, JOHN E CLFRK-DEM STEERING COMM, 

VAUGHN, IRIS W ASSISTANT CLERK, 

REPUBLICAN CONFERENCE 

PHILLIES, MARTHA H RESEARCH DIRECTOR, 

STOCKMAN, DAVID A EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, 

OFFICE OF THE MAJORITY FLOOR LFAOFR 

BASS, AVANFLL K SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 

BATCHELLER, JEAN C APPOINTMENTS SECRETARY 

BOGGS, CORINNF C SECRETARY, 

DE8IJYS, HARPY D CLERK, 

DILLON, DIANNE M ASST LEG CLERK, 

HYMEL, GARY G ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 

NICKENS, JAMFS T CLERK, 

POLITO, ROSF E CLERK, TO MAY 31 

RIVERS, RICHARD R PRESS AIDE, 

ROBINSON, LINDA K SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 21 

WINOGRAD, FRED C CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 



11,077.50 

2,362.58 

7,807.02 

7,384.98 

4,725.16 

6,593.76 

16,879.98 

18,000.00 

7,384.98 

7,807.02 

10,128.00 

17,882.28 

6,902.97 

4,725.16 

5,908.02 

8,176.26 

10,497.24 

6,450.00 

9,934.17 

7,087.74 

6,275.00 

5,275.02 

7,087.74 

18,000.00 

10,972.02 

18,000.00 

8,545.50 



18,000.00 
17,943.42 
18,000.00 
15,410.15 
18,000.00 
15,506.70 



18,000.00 
8,503.08 



8,503.08 
10,549.98 



154.15 
384.98 
050.90 
078.64 
078.64 
000.00 
176.04 
081.75 
934.96 
255.56 
120.00 



162 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE MINORITY FLOOR LFfiOFR 



krijpp, rharlene c clerk, 

me"^«;er.smith, neta c clerk (stati, 

meyer, frank administrative assistant, 

miltich, paul a prfss secretary, 

pfrrott, mart^a s secretary, from april 1 

willis, gfopgf w cl erk-me ssengep , 

office of the majority whip 

artesani, helen assistant clerk, from june 1 

battle, anne research asst, from march 1 to march 

^1 

CLIFFORD, SUSAN M CLERK TYPIST, 

CLOHERTY, MARIE V ASSISTANT SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 TO 

FEB. 29 

DFSIMONE, EMILY RECEPTIONIST, 

OIEHL, LEO E ADM ASST, 

DINNFEN, MARGARET R ASSISTANT SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 

FINE, SUSAN ELLEN RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM APRIL I TO 

APRIL 30 

GANNON, JAMES R ASSISTANT, TO FEB. 2° 

GUREN, JON RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 

31 

KOLZAK, NANCY E CLERK TYPIST, TO MAY 31 

LAMKIN, LEONARD ASSISTANT, 

LYNCH, KEVIN JOHN ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 

MAIONA, JOHN A RESEARCH ASST, FROM FEB. 1 TO MARCH 31 

MCOUAIO, CARLA K SECRETARY, 

MELCONIAN, LINDA JEAN LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, 

RAMSEY, MICHELE A ASSISTANT SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 1 

ROWAN, PRANCES E SECRETARY, TO J9N. 31 

SYLVESTER, ISABELLF A ASST SECTY, FROM A^RIL 1 

WALKER, JOSEPH W RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 1 

WHITE, SCOTT BENNETT RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 TO 

APRIL 30' 

OFFICE OF THE MINORITY WHIP 

BURROUGHS, ANN V SECRETARY, 

CLAPP, VIRGINIA L SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 1 

GROSSEN, LAURA A SECRETARY, TO MARCH 31 

MARKERT, MARGARET H SECRETARY, 

PITTS, FLORENCE G CLERK, 

PITTS, WILLIAM R ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 

SPAULDING, MARY M SECRETARY, 

SPRINGER, JAMES H CLERK, 

THOMAS, ELEANOR C CLERK, 

MAJORITY AND MINORITY PRINTING CLERKS 

LANKFORD, THOMAS J PRINTING CLERK (MINORITY), 

RAMAGE, DAVID R PRINTING CLERK (MAJORITY), 

OFFICE OF ATTENDING PHYSICIAN 

MORAN, ROBERT FRANCIS TECHNICAL ASST., 



tA,747.S0 
6,111.00 

18,000.90 

18,000.00 

2,4<9P.q9 

5,520.00 



647.35 
2,?9'V.64 

6^^7.35 

4,536.48 

18,000.00 

334.08 

647.35 
1,717.00 

647.35 
1,670.40 
3,165.00 

858.50 
I ,000.00 
5,275.02 
6,593.76 

334.08 

813.23 
1,500.00 

647.35 

1,717.00 



5,125.02 

2,000.01 

1,950.00 

6,225.00 

941.34 

18,000.00 

5,522.19 

881.82 

1,315.74 



6,112.32 
6,112.32 



10,986.30 



OFFICIAL REPORTERS OF DEBATES 



BATTAGLIA, FRANK E 


CHIEF RFPOPTEP, 




17 


67! 


.6? 


BEDELL, DOROTHY E 


EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO 


2, 


7 


895 


72 


DOUGLASS, BETTY J 


EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO 


1 


7 


895 


.22 


EAGAH, EDWARD R, JR 


2ND ASSISTANT CLERK, 




8 


174 


46 


GALLAGHER, ANDREW F 


EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO 


6, 


7 


895 


22 


GRUBBS, WALTON H 


EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO 


7, 


7 


895 


22 


HAMMER, VIRGINIA C 


EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO 


4, 


7 


895 


22 


LEA, JAMES W 


CLK, OFFICIAL REP OF DEB, 


12 


589 


26 


MONTGOMERY, DARRELL L 


EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO 


5, 


7 


895 


22 


MORSF, WILLIAM L 


OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 


3, 


17, 


463 


00 


MOYER, EDNA C 


OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 


2, 


17, 


463 


00 


NEIL, FAYE G 


EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO 


3, 


7 


895 


22 


RUND, JACK 


OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 


4, 


17, 


463 


00 



163 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30. 1972--Continued ■ 



OFFICIAL REPORTERS OF DEBATES - CONTINUFO 



SERtESf JULIAN R, 
SWEENEY, JOSEPH J 
TUCKER, CLEVELAND 
WHITE, EDWARD 



OFFICIAL REPORTER NO- 5, $17,'»63.00 

OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 1, 17,463.00 

OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 6, 17,463.00 

1ST ASST CLK, OFF REP OF DEB, 9,237.78 



OFFICIAL COMMITTEE REPORTERS 



CANTOR, ROBERT G 


OFFIC 


CARR, JOHN I, JR 


OFFIC 


COCHRAN, ROBERT C 


OFFIC 


DONOCK, MARY JANE 


EXPER 


DUDLEY, CHARLES C 


OFFIC 


GIMELLI, JOSEPH J 


OFFIC 


HARDIN, RUTH W 


EXPER 


HOOKS, JO ANN 


EXPER 


JOHNSON, ALLENE G 


EXPER 


LUSHIN, RAYMOND H 


OFFIC 


MCMURRAY, E HOMER 


CLERK 


MORGAN, PHYLLIS V 


EXPFR 


ORNSTEIN, ALEXANDER S 


EXPER 


PAPICH, ANTON, JR 


OFFIC 


SHIRLEY, FRANCIS G 


EXPER 


STAHL, MARY R 


EXPER 


TART4R0, ANTHONY F 


OFFIC 


TYNDALL, DOROTHY M 


EXPER 


VELEY, KARL F 


OFFIC 


VOCE, VIOLET R 


OFFIC 


WEISSMFYER, JOSEPH J 


EXPER 



lAL REPORTER, 
lAL REPORTER, 
lAL REPORTER 
T TRANSCRIBER 
lAL REPORTER 
lAL REPORTER 
T TRANSCRIBER 

TRANSCRIBER 
T TRANSCRIBER 
lAL REPORTER 

T TRANSCRIBER 
T TRANSCRIBER 
lAL REPORTER 
T TRANSCRIBER 
T TRANSCRIBER 
lAL REPORTER 
T TRANSCRIBER 
lAL REPORTER 
lAL REPORTER 
T TRANSCRIBER 






16,245.12 





16,245.12 


NO. 7, 


16,245.12 


NO. 2, 


7,895.22 


NO. 3, 


16,245.12 


NO. 1, 


16,245.12 


NO. 6, 


7,895.22 


*9, 


7,895.22 


NO. 4, 


7,895.22 


NO. 4, 


16,245.12 





9,781.92 


NO. 7, 


7,895.22 


NO. 3, 


7,895.22 


NO. 6, 


16,245.12 


NO. 1, 


7,895.22 


, 


7,895.22 


NO. 5, 


16,245.12 


NO. 8, 


7,895.22 


NO. 2, 


16,245.12 


NO 8, 


16,245.12 


NO. 5, 


7,895.22 



INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS 



ANDERSON, CORNELIUS R 
OAMERON, JANET L 
DEW, BEATRICE V 
KIRKPATRICK, LEROY R 
LAW, WILLIE C 
MAY, FRANCES 
SAUER, MARY ALICE 



DIRECTOR-SURVEYS K INV STAFF, 16,774.50 

CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 5,096.76 

CLERK-STENOGRAPHFR, 5,538.78 

ASST DIR-SURVEYS 6 INV STAFF, 15,613.98 

ASST DIR-SURVEYS R INV STAFF, 14,295.24 

STENOGRAPHER, 6,710.16 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 7,754.28 



OFFICE OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL 



ADAMS, W 

AIN, ROS 

BARROW, 

BELLIS, 

CARPER, 

COLEMAN, 

CONBOY, 

CRAFT, E 

ESTFP, J 

FILSON, 

FREEMAN, 

GIBSON, 

GSCHEIDL 

HUSSEY, 



ILLIAM P 
S DAVID 
M POPE, JR 
M DOUGLASS 
DAVID B 

RONALD DICK 
MARY 
DWARO 
AMES M 
LAWRENCE E 

LINDA GREY 
BETTY L 
E, MARIANNE J 
WARD M 



MAINIERI, GIULIA PAT 
MCGAHAN, SAMUEL L 
MEADE, DAVID E 
MONTAGUE, KATHLEEN H 
MOWSON, ROBERT L, JR 
NEWLANDS, BRUCE WILLIAM 
NORDHAUS, ROBERT R 
RICHARDSON, LYNNE 
SENGER, J MICHAEL 
SHILLINGLAW, THOMAS L 
SKINNER, GEORGE S 
SMITH, PAUL C 
SMITH, SANDRA K 
WEINHAGEN, ROBERT F, JR 
WILLIAMSON, F SUSAN 
WILSON, WILLIAM S, JR 



ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 18,000.00 

LAW ASSISTANT, 7,912.50 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 10,813.74 

LAW ASSISTANT, 7,912.50 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL 18,000.00 

LAW ASSISTANT, 7,912.50 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 3,808.56 

LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL, TO FEB. 29 6,666.66 

CLERICAL TECHNICIAN, 1,833.57 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 18,000.00 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 5,960.76 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 5,275.92 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 9,400.08 

DEPUTY LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL, TO FEB. 29 

AND LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL, FROM MARCH 1 19,333.32 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 4,167.24 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 9,400.08 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 16,879.98 

LAW ASSISTANT, 7,912.50 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 18,000.00 

CLERICAL TECHNICAN, TO JUNE 15 ....... 1,740.75 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 15,640.38 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 4,431.00 

LAW ASSISTANT, 8,967.48 

LAW ASSISTANT, FROM FEB. 1 6,593.75 

ASST COUNSEL, 18,000.00 

LAW ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 1 1,318.75 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 6,340.56 

LAW ASSISTANT, 8,967.48 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 3,428.76 

CLERK, 11,868.78 



J6^ 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
. JMUARXl TO JUNj 30, 1 972— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL - CONTINUED 

YOUNG, ROGER DONALD ASSISTANT COUNSEL, $15,350.28 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE 

RAXLEY, MILDRED P STAFF ASSISTANT, R, 558. 16 

FARMARCn, DORIS LUCILE STAFF ASSISTANT, 6,360.36 

GLASS, NANCY GAIL STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 1 433.33 

MAGINNISS, BERTHA W STAFF ASSISTANT, 5,897.70 

SHAW, MARY o STAFF ASSISTANT, 6,360.36 

STEWART, PATRICIA D STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM APRIL 10 TO MAY 

15 1,149.99 

SWISCHER, OORIS R STAFF ASSISTANT, 6,360.36 

WATSON, BERT ALLAN STAFF ASSISTANT, TO JAN. 31 876.03 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES 

BECK, ROSE C SECRETARY, 7,??6.76 

BOVA, JOYCF C SECRETARY, 5,037.60 

BOWMAN, DIANE W SECRETARY, 5,011.26 

CANTUS, H HOLLISTER PROF STAFF MBR, TO JAN. 31 1,626.46 

LALLY, JOHN F ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 15,297.48 

MOORE, SALLY A SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 835.21 

RANSOM, RICHARD A PROF STAFF MEMBER, 14,031.48 

REODAN, JOHN T M COUNSEL , SUBCOMMITTEE , 17,950.02 

SAUNDERS, SANFORD T SECURITY OFFICER, 7,279.50 

SHORT, WILLIAM B, JR CLERICAL STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 31 1,318.75 

TOLERTON, ADELINE CLERK, 6,330.00 

VINSON, JOHN BENEDICT CLERICAL STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 1 685.42 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON RANKING AND CURRENCY 



ALLEN, ROSE MARIE 
BARNES, RICHARD C 
BARRIERE, BRENT 8 

BELEW, M WENDELL, JR 
BOYLE, TERRENCE 
CHAILLET, L MARIE 
CLARKSON, WANDA JEAN 
COUCH, DAVIS 
DARISTA, JANE W 



DOUGHE 

ELEY, 

ENGER, 

•FLAHER 

GLICK, 

GONZAL 

GROSS, 

HALPER 

HIGHTO 

HITZ, 

HOFF, 

IRELAN 

JASINS 

KESECK 

KIRK, 

LEAPY, 

MCKFFV 

MCMURR 



RTY, DOLORES K 
PATRICIA A 

JANE CAREY 
TY, MICHAEL P 

DAVID 
ES, LUCIA 

GEORGE 
T, STUART D 
WEP, EMILY M 
HELEN 

LINDA LEAH 
D, CASEY 
KI, JOSEPH J 
ER, MARY HELEN 
MARY E 

MARGARET J 
ER, BENJAMIN B 
AY, GERALD R 



MEEK, KELSAY R 
MITCHELL, MILDRED S 
NFIMAN, RICHARD HOWARD 
PAYNE, CLIFFORD E, JR 
PFABODY, GAYLE L 
RAYHAWK, MARGARET L 

ROSS, YAN MICHAEL 

SHOEMAKER, ALICIA F 
SMITH, CATHERINE M 



ASST CLERK, 6,857.52 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 10,549.98 

ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM MARCH 10 TO 

MARCH 26 AND FROM JUNE 8 925.69 

ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 650.00 

MINORITY COUNSEL, 12,411.48 

MINORITY SECRETARY, 6,250.31 

SECRETARY, 6,127.50 

COUNSEL, 8,967.48 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, TO JAN. 31 AND 

PPOPFSSIONAL STAFF MEMBER, FROM FEB. 1 5,478.54 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE 9,237.78 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 5,344.50 

SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 1 1,621.24 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL, FROM JUNE 1 1,666.67 

COUNSEL, 18,000.00 

SECRETARY, 3,649.98 

COUNSEL, 18,00C.00 

COUNSEL, 15,825.00 

SECRETARY, 7,912.50 

ADM ASST, 9,966.77 

SECRETARY, 5,823.82 

MINORITY STAFF MEMBER, 18,000.00 

PROF STAFF MEMBER, 16,246.98 

SECRETARY, 4,744.08 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 5,490.48 

SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 8,106.20 

ASST COUNSEL, 13,958.34 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, TO APRIL 30 AND 

STAFF DIRECTOR, FROM MAY 1 17,407.64 

PROFFSSIONAL STAFF MBR, 14,506.26 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 9,727.44 

ASSISTANT CLERK, TO MAY 31 2,571.85 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 4,560.90 

SECRETARY, 5,033.46 

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE, tq APRIL 30 AND 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 1 8,855.24 

MINORITY STAFF MFMBER, TO APRIL 30 AND 

MINORITY COUNSEL, FROM MAY 1 11,812.17 

MINORITY STAFF SECRETARY, TO APRIL 30 7,541.44 

MINORITY SECRETARY, 5,079.29 



165 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 

JANUAR Y 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY - CONTINUEO 



SMITH, JEANNE C 
STABLER, ELIZABETH 
WEINTPAUB, ROBERT E 
WILLIAMS, JANE L 
WINN, DONALD J 
YOUNG, DORIS M 
ZELNICK, C ROBERT 



SECRETARY, $5,908.02 

PROF STAFF MEMBER, TO JAN. 31 2,197.92 

STAFF ECONOMIST, FROM JUNE 15 1,600.00 

SECRETARY, FROM FFB. 14 3,698.61 

PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER, 7,648.74 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 8,991.30 

PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER, FROM FFB. 1 10,833.35 



INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

8R0YHILL, BROWAROINE R CLERK ASSISTANT, 

OANMYER, DAVID A ASSISTANT CLERK £ CLERK TYPIST, FROM 

APRIL 10 

FINKLE4, MARY ELIZABETH CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JUNE 1 

HARPER, MARSHA MILLER CLERK-TYPIST, FROM APRIL 1 TO JUNE 10 

HOFFMANN, MARGARET G LEGISLATIVE ASST, 

HOWARD, IRENE V LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, 

MELLETTE, ELIZABETH B CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JUNE 1 

MOORF, REBECCA RESEARCH TECHNICIAN, 

SALMON, DAVID D, JR CLERICAL ANALYST, FROM FEB. 1 

TEDARDS, CAROL D CLERK TYPIST, FROM JUNE 1 

TURLEY, WHITNEY L CLERK, 

WORSHAM, WANDA MARIE SECRETARY, 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR 

ACETO, ROSANNE ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM MAY 1 

4MI00N, LOUISE A ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM JUNE 15 

ANDERSON, VANCE J COUNSEL, 

ANSHELES, CAROLE J ASSISTANT CLERK, TO JAN. 14 AND FROM 

MAY 17 

BALDWIN, GOLDIE A LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, 

BALLARD, BLAND RESEARCH DIRECTOR, FROM JUNE 1 

RALTRYM, ARTHUR R LEGISLATIVE ASST, TO FEB. 12 

8ANZER, CYNTHIA MINORITY LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, FROM 

MARCH 1 

BATTLE, PORTIA M ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM JUNE 19 

BEAUMONT, JEUNESSE M CLERK, 

BERNSTEIN, BARBARA ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

BLACK, SUZANNE RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 

BLUMEL, MILDRED SUE RECEPTIONIST, FROM JUNE 8 

BOWFN, LORETTA A CLERK, 

BROWN, MARGARET SUE SPECIAL ASSISTANT, TO APRIL 30 

CABLE, WILLIAM H COUNSEL, 

CARVER, HARJORIE C ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 

29 

CORNETT, ELIZABETH A AA 6 SECY TO CHIEF CLERK, 

CORNWFLL, LELIA T ADM ASST E SECRETARY, 

CROSS, MALCOLM H DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH, FROM MARCH 1 TO 

MAY 31 

DAVIS, NANCY L SECRETARY, TO JUNE 15 

OELAUNAY, CONNIE SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 20 TO JUNE 2 ... 

OINUSON, BARBARA A SECRETARY, FROM JAN. 20 

DUFFY, HUGH G COUNSEL, 

DUNCAN, JACK G ' COUNSEL, 

EDWARDS, CAROL ANN ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM JUNE 26 

FIELDS, ADRIENNE CLK C ADM ASST, 

FINKE, LOUISE W ASST TO MINORITY STAFF DIR, 

FRANKLIN, ALFRED C COUNSEL, 

FRANKLIN, GEORGE A ASSISTANT CLERK, 

FREDERICK, MARIANNE SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 24 

GASKINS, EYOIE ADMIN. ASSISTANT, 

GFRBER, THOMAS J ASSISTANT CLERK, TO MARCH 31 AND 

SPECIAL ASSISTANT, FROM APRIL 1 

GERHARDT, ANITA M MIN. RESEARCH ASST., TO JUNE 24 

GIBBONS, KATHERINE C RESEARCH ASST, 

HARGETT, MARILYN L ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM JUNE 19 

HARRISON, JAMES B STAFF DIRECTOR, 

HARVEY, JAMES J DEPUTY ASSISTANT, FROM APRIL 10 

HENY, CHFRYL D SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 20 

HILLENMEYER, ERNEST B ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM MAY 12 

HOGAN, HARRY J LEGAL COUNSEL, FROM JUNE 1 

HONICK, ERIC STAFF ASSISTANT, 



5,802.48 

1,800.01 

500.00 

1,361.10 

6,330.00 

5,275.02 

500.00 

6,330.00 

3,750.00 

500.00 

9,563.94 

5,646.75 



1,166.67 

240.00 

10,000.02 

955.00 
8,869.03 
1,375.00 

840.00 

5,000.00 
180.00 

8,495.40 
541.67 

4,666.68 
472.78 

7,681.44 

4,666.68 
10,128.00 

294.00 
9,237.60 
8,229.00 

4, 125.00 

4,835.44 

1,723.60 

2,983.33 

13,533.90 

13,250.02 

83.33 

8,315.52 

8,029.54 

10,000.02 

2,395.63 

1,395.83 

8,229.00 

8,481.51 

6,237.32 

8, 144.00 

200.00 

13,150.02 

3,375.00 

2,496.96 

816.67 

2,083.33 

4,500.00 



166 
Sauries 1>F officers and^mployees of the TouseoT representatives from 

JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



TNVE<;tigATING COMMITTFE on education and labor - CONTINUFO 

JFNNTNGS, JOHN F COUNSEL, $13,053. S'V 

JOLIVETTE, SOPHIA JO SECRETARY, TO MARCH 31 2,055.00 

KEENFY, THOMAS C RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 19 346,67 

KFNNAN, CHRISTOPHER J RFSFARCH ASSISTANT, 3,900.00 

KING, JOAN MARIE ASSISTANT CLERK, 1,800.00 

KIRKGASLER, SALLY K RESEARCH ASSISTANT, 7,249.98 

KISLA, ALEXANDRA J CLERK, 8,306.04 

KRIVIT, DANIFL H COUNSEL, 14,045.22 

LADNIER, CATHERINE RESEARCH ASST, 4,219.98 

LAVOR, MARTIN L MINORITY LEGISLATIVE ASSOC, 14,426.10 

LIM, RICHARD G STAFF ASST TO ASSC GEN COUNSEL, FROM 

MARCH 1 2,516.66 

LORD, THORN P RESEARCH ASSISTANT, TO MARCH 14 1,603.33 

MARSDEN, SHIRLEY M RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM FEB. 1 1,500.00 

MAYNARD, MATTIE L RFSFARCH ASSISTANT, 633.00 

MCATEFR, JULIE D STAFF ASSISTANT, 3,933.35 

MILLER, JOHN C MIN ASSOC COUNSEL/LABOR, 15,297.48 

MILLER, W KENNETH ASSISTANT CLERK, .■ 1,800.00 

MILLS, SHIRLEY R SECRETARY, 8,229.00 

MORRIS, LEWIS D, JR ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM JUNE 6 416.67 

MYERS, MARILYN RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 TO 

MARCH 15 390.00 

ORTH, CHRISTINE MARIE ASSISTANT CLERK, TO FEB. 29 AND STAFF 

ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 4,333.34 

OTTO, KENNETH L ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM JUNE 24 97.22 

OWENS, ANN NICHOLSON STAFF ASSISTANT, TO FEB. 29 AND CLERK, 

FROM MARCH 1 TO APRIL 7 2,341.66 

PAINTER, TONI E SECRETARY, 2,532.00 

PECK, CHERYL JEANNE SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 1,083.34 

PIERSON, JOANNE MINORITY RECEPTIONIST, FROM FEB. 7 TO 

JUNE 7 ANO SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 8 .... 3,200.02 

POLLITT, DANIEL H SPECIAL COUNSEL, 4,666.98 

PUTNAM, DAVID S STAFF ASST TO THE ASSOC GEN.C, 5,124.12 

RABIN, ALAN RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 1 900.00 

REESE, TIMOTHY TERRANCE ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 500.00 

RISOON, ANNE WM ASSISTANT CLERK, TO FEB. 29 633.00 

RISDON, MARTHA ASSISTANT CLERK, TO JAN. 14 252.78 

RODRIGUEZ, SILVIA J SECRETARY, MINORITY, 5,380.50 

ROMANO, CATHERINE R RESEARCH ASST, TO JAN. 31 AND 

RESEARCH AND STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM 

FEB. 1 5,042.2? 

RUGG, PATRICIA ANN SECRETARY, FROM MAY 15 830.56 

SCHOTT, PETER ASSISTANT CLFRK, 4,177.80 

SCHWARTZ, RONALD RESEARCH ASSISTANT, TO MARCH 31 3,000.00 

SHULER, MARY L SECRETARY, 6,884.94 

SMITH, YVONNE FRANKLIN MINORITY LEGISLATIVE ASSOCIATE, FROM 

MAY 1 3,000.00 

SMOKEVITCH, JOHN M MINORITY COUNSEL, 12,166.67 

STEWART, CARLTON A ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM JUNE I 500.00 

STRUNK, DOROTHY L SECRETARY, TO MAY 31 5,377.00 

SULLAM, BRIAN ELIOT JUNIOR RESEARCHER, 2,532.00 

SULLIVAN, JIM SPECIAL ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 1 2,083.33 

SULLIVAN, KATHLEEN M ASST CLERK, TO APRIL 30 AND ASSISTANT 

CLERK, FROM MAY 1 3,892.52 

TAYLOR, DENNIS J ASSOCIATE COUNSEL-MINORITY, 10,761.00 

TEETS, FLNORA HELEN CLFRK, 6,000.00 

THOMSON, JEANNE E LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, 10,072.62 

THOPSEN, JACK D MINORITY STAFF MEMBER, TO MARCH 31 ... 2,670.48 

VAGI EY, ROBERT E DIRECTOR, 16,347.24 

VANMETER, ROBERT H, III ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM JUNE 15 240.00 

WAGNER, JOHN DOUGLAS ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM JUNE 12 316.67 

WALKER, GLADYS M CLERK, TO FEB. 29 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

MARCH 1 TO MAY 31 3,999.99 

WARREN, JOHN EVERETT RESEARCH ASSISTANT, 5,127.30 

WOLANIN, THOMAS R RESEARCH SPECIALIST, FROM APRIL 1 .... 2,400.00 

ZAPPALA, CHARLES R ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM JUNE 19 260.00 



167 

I SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
' JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



INVESTIGATING COMMITTFE ON FOREIGN AFFAtPS 

ATWATER, ARLENF M STAFF ASST, t5,5?8.7R 

BENSHN, MELVIN STAFF tONSUlTANT, l';,6<?4.38 

REROES, GEORGE R SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF CONSULTANT 13,187.5? 

RIFRMAN, EVERETT E STAFF CONSULTANT, 14,935.98 

ROFTTCHER, ROBERT r SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF CONSULTANT, 11,868.78 

BUTCHER, GOLER TEAL SU^^COMM STAFF CONSULTANT, 13,187.5? 

CLEMENT, AUORAY LEE STAPF ASST, 5,538.78 

FINLEY, RGRERT MICHAEL SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF CONSULTANT, 10,919.28 

FURNIER, SHIRLEY A STAFF ASSISTANT, 6,857.5? 

HACKETT, CLIFFORD P SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF CONSULTANT, 13,187.5? 

HOMFT, ROLAND S, JR SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF CONSULTANT, TO 

LPRIL 30 8,333.3? 

KUWIK, BERNADETTE M STAFF ASST, 5,538.78 

LEW, CHARLES S SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF COUNSULTANT, FROM 

MAY 1 3,333.34 

LLOYO, HENRY M SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF CONSULTANT, 13,187.5? 

MARKOVICH, STEPHEN E SPECIAL ASSISTANT, FROM MAY o 837.77 

SCHUPP, FRANKLIN J STAFF CONSULTANT, 18,000.00 

SHIRKEY, THELMA H STAFF ASSISTANT, 5,538.78 

SNYDER, CHARLES W CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 5,064.00 

SPARKS, RAY STAFF ASSISTANT, 9,509.40 

VANOUSEN, MICHAEL H SURCOMM STAFF CONSULTANT, 10,549.98 

VFRBY, PRUDENCE STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 27 98.89 

WYNN, DONNA GAIL STAFF ASSISTANT, 4,483.74 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS 

BARIS, DAVID H LEGAL ASSISTANT, FROM APRIL 17 3,286.96 

BAYN4RD, ERNEST C STAFF ADMINISTRATOR, 16,382.76 

BLANTON, MARY E SECRETARY, TO JUNE 16 3,648.57 

BUCKLEY, JEREMIAH S ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 7,046.88 

RUHLER, WARREN BAXTER MINORITY STAFF MBR , 9,495.00 

CAMFRON, JANE G SECRETARY, TO JAN. 7 155.56 

CORNISH, NORMAN G DEPUTY STAFF DIRECTOR, 16,382.76 

OAHLIN, DOUGLAS G STAFF ATTORNEY-MIL. OPER., 12,3??. 80 

DIXON, SUSANNA MINORITY STAFF SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 3,736.45 

DOTY, MARTHA M CLERK, 4,747.50 

DOTY, RALPH T CLERICAL STAFF, 4,249.98 

FINNEGAN, DAVID B ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 13,426.80 

GOLDBERG, DELPHIS C PROF STAFF MEMBER, 16,382.76 

GOLOHAMMER, GILBERT S CONSULTANT, 10,679.40 

GOLOHAMMER, MARGARET M CLERK, 4,4?7.64 

GRADY, HELENA A SECRETARY, FROM JAN. 17 3,644.46 

GYORY, JAMES L I NVF<^T I GATOR 7,648.74 

HAGA, MARY ETTA CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 5,?75.0? 

HARLEY, ALMEDA J SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 2R 65.94 

HENDERSON, ELMER W COUNSEL, 17,111.46 

HIGGINBOTHAM, LYNNE CLERK STENOGRAPHER, 7,337.70 

HORSMON, PAMELA R CLEPK STENOGRAPHER, 5,?75.02 

HUMBER, ELYNOR SECRETARY, 4,483.74 

INDRITZ, PHINEAS COUNSEL, 16,382.76 

INTRIAGO, CHARLES A ASST COUNSEL, 10,910.94 

JOHNSON, VERONICA B CLERK, 8,240.22 

JONES, MARY GEORGE SECRETARY, 4,483.74 

KOEBERLETN, CATHERINE RESEARCH ASSISTANT, 8,456.16 

LEE, FRANCES B STENOGRAPHER, FROM JAN. 17 3,872.48 

LUMAN, JOSEPH C DEFENSE ANALYST, 11,868.78 

MOORE, WILFEN CLERK, 4,483.74 

MUTTNO, PAUL ANTHONY COUNSEL, 9,758.76 

NAUGHTON, JAMES R COUNSEL, 16,382.76 

PHILLIPS, WILLIAM G SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF DIRECTOR, 16,382.76 

RIDGELY, JOHN PAUL INVESTIGATOR, 10,986.30 

RUBIN, GLORIA ANN CLERK, 4,590.42 

SAUNDERS, THOMAS H MINORITY «TF MBR, 9,085.20 

SCHEIBER, JOSEPHINE RESEARCH ANAYLST, 8,437.38 

STEPHENS, C DON RESEARCH ANALYST, 10,969.56 

STEWART, ERSKINE ACTING SUBC STAFF DIRECTOR, TO JAN. 31 

AND SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF DIRECTOR, FROM 

FEB. 1 12,156.53 

STILL, PICHARD L SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF DIRECTOR, 14,506.26 

TURK, FRANCES M CLERK, 5,275.02 

WALLICK, RUTH M STENOGRAPHER, 6,198.54 

WASSERMAN, JACOB N COUNSEL, 15,068.40 

WHITTINGTON, HAROLD F PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER, 12,580.68 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30 , 1972— Continued 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS - CONTINUED 



ZELNICK, C ROBERT 



PROFESSIONAL STAFF MFMBER, FROM JAN. 3 
TO JAN. 31 



$lf711.16 



INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON HOUSE ADMINISTRATION 



ALCOCK, LYNN 
ARROWSMITH, CHARLES N 



BARNES, CHFRIE C 
BOHATCH, COLETTE KAY 
BOOS, JOHN L 
BRAZEAL, DAVID L 
flURCK, ROBERT A 
BURNS, JOSEPH L 
BUSSEN, PAMELA M 
CANDLER, BENJAMIN R 
ELIEL, CAROL SUSAN 
FLOOD, BOLLING BYRD 

FOSTER, THOMAS S, SR 
FRYF, MARY C 
GAUTHIER, ANTOINETTE P 
GERBER, LOUIS MEYER 

GIAIMO, BARBARA LEE 
GILL, BETTY ULAINE 
GRAHAM, CHARLES E 
GUNTER, TIMOTHY E 



GUTHRIE, JAMES L, JR 
HARDING, HAROLD W, JR 



HART, 
HILL, 
HOLES 
HUFF, 
JACKN 
JAYNE 
JOHNS 
LADO, 
LAMB, 
LASSF 
LATHA 
LEWIS 
L IGGE 
LINDS 



THOMAS J 

WILLIAM R 
, JUDITH KAY • 

KENT W 
IS, NORMAN J 
S, GURNEY S 
ELIZABETH M 

PHILLIP B 

BETTY R 
R, DANIEL W 
M, THOMAS W 
, BARBARA 
TT, DEBORAH K 
AY,- WILLIAM R 



LUCAS, YOHANNA 
MALLONEE, RONALD M 
MAXWELL, NANCY J 
MCGEE, MARIE V 

MERRICK, CURTIS L 
MESKO, EDMOND S 

MILLS, EDWARD R 
MOFFITT, CHARLES T 
MORRIS, IRENE J 

MOSER, VICKIE SUE 
MUMMA, ROBERTS J 
PAKA, VINCENT J 

PATTRIDGF, LYNNE E 
PF4EHLER, OWIGHT H 
POLITO, ROSE E 
RIGBY, JUDITH LYRIS 
ROBINSON, STUART M 
SHARP, BETTY J 
SISSON, DIANNE L 



DATA ENTRY SPECIALIST, FROM APRIL 18 . 
SYSTEMS ANALYST, TO FEB. 10 AND 
INFORMATION SYSTEMS SPECIALIST, FROM 

FEB. 11 

DATA ENTRY SPECIALIST, FROM JUNE 12 .. 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 

CLERK SUBCOM-LIB. E MEMORIALS, 

SENIOR PROGRAMMER, 

ASSISTANT CLERK, TO JAN. 31 

SENIOR SYSTEMS SPECIALIST, TO MAY 31 . 

ASST CLERK, 

PROGRAMMER, 

ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM JUNE 12 

ASSISTANT CLFRK, FROM FEB. 15 TO MARCH 

15 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 5 

CLERK TYPIST, 

ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 

29 

ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM JAN. 23 

KEY PUNCH OPERATOR, 

DEPUTY DIRECTOR, FROM MAY 1 

COMPUTER OPERATOR, TO APRIL 30 AND 
PRODUCTION CONTROL SUPERVISOR, FROM 

MAY 1 

MAINTENANCE PROGRAMMER, FROM FEB. 9 .. 
SENIOR SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER, FROM APRIL 

24 

PRINTING CLERK, TO JAN. 31 

SENIOR PROJECT LEADER, 

ASSISTANT CLERK (C), 

MANAGER OF OPERATIONS, TO FEB. 10 .... 

ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM APRIL 1 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 

ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS SPECIALIST, 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 

MGR ANALYSIS £ PROGRAMMING, 

CHIEF CLERK, 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 

ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM JUNE 12 

MANAGER OF OPERATIONS, FROM FEB. 9 TO 
MARCH 31 AND ASST, TECHNI CAL COORD C 

MANAGER, FROM APRIL 1 TO JUNE 2 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 

PROGRAMMER, 

SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 13 

ASSISTANT CLERK (PRINTING), FROM MARCH 

I 

SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER, 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS SPECIALIST, FROM 

JUNE 19 

SYSTEMS ANALYST, FROM MARCH 23 

ASST CLERK, TO FEB. 29 

KEY PUNCH OPERATOR, TO APRIL 30 AND 
DATA CONVERSION SPECIALIST, FROM MAY 1 

ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM APRIL I 

COMPUTER CONSOLE OPERATOR, 

ASSISTANT CLERK (PRINTING), TO MARCH 

II 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 

MANAGEMENT ASSISTANT, FROM JUNF 26 ... 
ASSISTANT LEGAL COUNSEL, FROM JUNE 1 . 

ASSISTANT CLFRK, FROM MAY 15 

INFORMATION SYSTEMS SPECIALIST, 

ASSISTANT CLERK 

SECRETARY, FROM MAY 8 



10,022.52 
A48.61 
3,692.52 
8,749.98 
7,238.88 
1,055.00 

11,648.95 

3,692.52 

6,362.70 

190.00 

516.67 
9,502.50 

866.67 
3,798.00 

1,055.00 
3,291.67 
4,248.48 
5,000.00 



5,487.42 
3,313.33 

3,210.42 

461.93 

8, 197.38 

6,450.00 

1,524.77 

3,165.00 

6,593.76 

600.00 

10,310.52 

6,593.76 

12,132.48 

8,550.00 

5,802.48 

253.33 



5,007.21 
5,275.02 
5,620.76 
2,340.00 

3,666.68 
9,231.24 

633.33 
5,716.67 
3,000.00 

4,158.26 
2,499.99 
4,431.00 

3,000.00 
4,747.50 

305.56 
1,500.00 

958.33 

11,341.26 

4,219.98 

1,148.33 



J.69 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972 — Continued 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON HOUSE AOMI NI STP AT ION - CONTINUED 



SMITH, KATHRYN A SYSTEM ANALYST, TO APRIL 30 AND ASST 

INFO SYSTEMS SPECIALIST, FROM MAY 1 .. $6,533.46 

STCLAIR, NOAH M PROGRAMMER, TO APRIL 30 AND SYSTEMS 

PROGRAMMER, FROM MAY I 6,616.80 

SUOnW, WILLIAM E PRINTING CLERK, FROM APRIL 10 4,050.00 

TANGRETTI, THOMAS A ASST CLERK, 9,231.24 

TOLSON, JOHN PAUL ASST CLERK, 3,776.66 

TOMANIO, MICHAEL SENIOR PROGRAMMER, 7,596.00 

VENTURA, JOSEPH T ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM MARCH 20 TO MAY 

31 AND CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 3,616.67 

WAGLIAROO, JASPER T SENIOR SYSTEMS ANALYST, FROM APRIL 10 4,274.99 

WSLKER, F JEAN ASSISTANT CLERK, 7,800.00 

WALTERS, VERNON JOHN PROGRAMMER, 6,593.76 

WATTERSON, FARL INFORMATION SYSTEMS "SPECIALIST, 10,022.52 

WYGODA, GERALD H ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM MARCH 1 TO MARCH 

31 1.055.00 

YOUNGBLOOO, VELMA T ASSISTANT CLERK, 5,802.48 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSULAR AFFAIRS 

ANTHONY, ROBERT H STAFF ECONOMIST, FROM APRIL I 3,999.99 

BECKER, MARSTON L PRINTING CLERK 8,967.48 

CONKLIN, CHARLES R SP COUNSEL PUS LNDS/ENV MTRS, 16,879.98 

OROTOS, BERTHA D CLERK, 5,879.17 

GADDIS, EDWARD MESSENGER, 5,275.02 

GFNNARI, MARY LEE CLERK, FROM MARCH 27 2,741.67 

JARVIS, INEZ H CLERK, 7,912.50 

LANE, MARSHA L CLFRK, 7,121.28 

LARSON, NANCY LOU CLERK, 7,121.28 

MSRINER, THERESE M TLEOK, FROM MAY 18 1,134.73 

PARIS, FRANCES J SECRETARY, FROM JAN. 10 5,462.48 

PFTRONI, HBATHER M SECRETARY, FROM MAY 1 1,333.34 

SMITH, CARLETON CRAIG ASSISTANT COUNSEL, FROM JAN. 19 9,899.98 

THOMAS, WILLIAM G CONSULTANT/TERR AFFAIRS, 15,297.48 

WADDELL, MIRIAM L CLERK, 7,384.98 

WEIDENFELD, EDWARD L COUNSEL ON ENERGY MATTERS, 15,297.48 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON INTERNAL SECURITY 

APPELL, VICTORIA R CLERK-TYPIST, FROM MAY 22 585.00 

ARMSTRONG, GEORGE C INVESTIGATOR, 7,648.74 

BAGWELL, BARBARA B INFORMATION CLASSIFIER, TO JUNE 12 ... 3,085.88 

RFLB4CK, o&TRICIA A STENOGRAPHER, TO APRIL 24 2,839.70 

BIGGFRSTAFF, MARGIE D SECRETARY, 5,324.34 

BONNEVILLE, CHARLES L INVESTIGATOR, 8,390.46 

■ BUTLER, OANIFL ASSISTANT DOCUMENT CLERK, 5,271.48 

COIL, S JANICE SECRETARY, 6,047.16 

CROCITTO, RUTH ANN INFORMATION ANALYST, 4,023.48 

DANIELS, SUSAN KAY INFORMATION ANALYST, •. . 4,653.66 

nOYLE, FLORENCE B SECRETARY, 5,051.52 

EDINGER, ELIZABETH L EDITOR 8,174.46 

FERRY, DANIEL R ASST COUNSEL, 9,791.04 

FOY, ANDREA T INFORMATION CLASSIFIER, 3,428.76 

GALLAGHER, JAMES L RESEARCH ANALYST, TO APRIL 30 5,781.40 

SITTINGS, HELEN M RESEARCH ANALYST, 9,405.72 

HARRISON, SHEILA CLERK-TYPIST, 3,428.76 

HURWITZ, ISOREL INFORMATION CLASSIFIER, TO MARCH 13 .. 1,524.77 

IVORY, LEO WILLIAM, JR ASST DOCUMENTS CLERK, 3,263.16 

JAECK, DORIS R INFORMATION ANALYST, 5,335.38 

JAMES, MILDRED V CLERK TYPISTS, 3,741.78 

KELLER, JOAN L SECRETARY, TO APRIL 20 3,317.75 

LEWIS, JOHN F COORDINATING EDITOR, 14,538.90 

LEWIS, NORMA H SECRETARY, FROM MAY 29 965.16 

MAGGIO, ANITA SARAH CLERK, 3,428.76 

MASINO, VIRGINIA RECEPTIONIST, 4,481.88 

MUFFLEY, DAVID E, JR DOCUMENT CLERK, 5,151.00 

NORUSIS, RICHARD R INVESTIGATOR, 8,176.26 

ONTRICH, MAUREEN P INFORMATION ANALYST, 4,689.84 

PF4FF, ALMA T RESEARCH ANALYST, 5,917.62 

PIXLEY, PEGGY F EDITORIAL CLERK, 5,335.38 

POOLE, WILLIAM T RESEARCH ANALYST, 7,261.74 

POOS, ROBERT RESEARCH ANALYST, 9,791.04 

POTT, STUART INVESTIGATOR, 6,811.44 



170^ 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30. 1972— Continued 



INVESTTGATING COMMITTEF ON INTERNAL SECURITY - CONTINUED 



ROLLINS, AUDREY L 
RUSSELL, KAREN SUE 
SHAW, RICHARn A 
SOLOMON, ALBERT H, JR 
SPENCER, JEANNE L 
SPIRT, LINDA F 
STRATTON, JOHN N 
SWEENY, BARBARA C 
THACH, JOSEPH E, JR 
WATSON, FRANCIS M, JR 



SECRETARY, $'►,762.20 

INFORMATION CLASSIFIER, 3,759.72 

INVESTIGATOR, 9,256.80 

INVESTIGATOR, 10,549.98 

STENOGRAPHER, 4,483.74 

SECRETARY, 5,794.20 

INVESTIGATOR, 8,390.46 

CLERK STENOGRAPHER, 4,617.54 

RESEARCH ANALYST, 8,440.02 

RESEARCH SPECIALIST, TO MAY 14 7,682.67 



INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE 

BARNICH, WILLIAM C, III CLERICAL ASSISTANT, FROM FEB. 1 TO 

FEB. 29 AND FROM APRIL 1 

BARRETT, MICHAEL F, JR ATTORNEY, , 

BELL, JOANNE E CLERICAL ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 1 

BOUCHARD, ANNETTE M CLERICAL ASSISTANT, , 

BROOER, JAMES F SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 

BULLARD, BARBARA L CLERICAL ASST, MIN, 

CONNOR, JAMES R STAFF ASSISTANT, , 

COX, DIANE K CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 

DRUHAN, WILLIAM T STAFF ASST/ INVESTIGATI ONS , , 

OUPINO, HELEN M STAFF ASST, MIN, 

EAST«1AN, ELIZABETH A CLERICAL ASSISTANT, , 

FISHER, JUDITH R CLERICAL ASSISTANT, , 

FLUES, BARBOURA C CLERICAL ASSISTANT, , 

GRAHAM, WALTER J, JR STAFF ASSISTANT, , 

GREENE, HENRY THOMAS MINORITY STAFF ASSISTANT, , 

KELLEY, JOSEPH T MESSENGER, FROM MAY 30 < 

KROLIK, RICHARD STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM FEB. 14 

LANTZ, LINDA F CLERICAL ASSISTANT (MINORITY), , 

LAWTON, STEPHAN E STAFF ASSISTANT, , 

LE8B0N, ANNE P CLERICAL ASSISTANT, , 

LEMOV, MICHAEL R roUNSEL, , 

MANELLI, DANIEL J ACTING CHIEF COUNSEL/INV, , 

MAZZONE, MARGARET C STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 6 

MCCARTHY, VIOLET M CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 

MCGRATH, ALBERT J SPECIAL ASST, 

MCMULLEN, DARLENF G CLERICAL ASSISTANT MIN, , 

MOSHER, RUSSELL D STAFF ASST/ INVEST IGATI ONS , , 

PAINTER, WILLIAM HALL SPECIAL COUNSEL 

PAOLA, ELIZABETH G CLERICAL A SST/ I NVESTIGAT IONS, 

PARKER, MICHAEL J ATTORNEY, 

OUINN, JUDITH ANN CLERICAL ASST, 

RAABE, MARK J ATTORNEY, 

ROBINSON, JO ANN STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 6 

ROWFN, HARVEY A STAFF ATTORNEY, 

SCHOTLAND, ROY A CONSULTANT, FROM MAY 15 

SCHRAM, A BENNETT MINORITY STAFF ASST, 

SHUMAKER, DENNIS C CLERICAL ASSISTANT, TO FEB. 15 

SMETHURST, BENJAMIN M SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 

STERN, ROBERT L SPECIAL CONSULTANT, 

WEBB, TROY STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 1 

HOOD, JUDITH ANNE - CLERICAL ASST, TO APRIL 7 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY 

BELL, JOANNE E CLERICAL STAFF, TO APRIL 30 

CHFLLMAN, PEARL L CLERICAL STAFF, 

COHEN, OANIFL L ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 

DALLEY, GEORGE A ASSISTANT COUNSEL 

EGLIT, HOWARD ASSISTANT COUNSEL, TO MAY 31 AND FROM 

JUNF 7 

ENDRES, ARTHUR P, JR ASST COUNSEL, 

FARR, JAMES B MESSENGER-CLERK, 

GAFFNEY, MARY SHEA CLERICAL STAFF, 

GARRISON, SAMUEL A, III ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, 

HAAROT, ALMA B CLERICAL STAFF, 

HOFFMAN, HERBERT E COUNSEL, 

JACKSON, ALICE M CLERICAL STAFF, 

JOHNSON, FLORENCE C CLERICAL STAFF, 

JOSEPH, ALFRED S, III ASST COUNSEL, TO MAY 31 



3,333.32 

13,714.98 
1,666.66 
4,747.50 

14,242.50 
6,553.62 

13,783.92 
6,066.24 

14,865.42 

15,401.76 
6,995.64 
5,802.48 
5,802.48 

13,580.52 

10,549.98 
620.00 

10,336.28 
4,654.68 

13,580.52 
4,694.76 

13,580.52 

16,879.98 
500.00 
6,212.88 
7,490.52 
4,255.86 
5,526.96 

18,000.00 
7,830.18 

11,605.02 
4,747.50 

13,714.98 
694.44 

11,868.78 
2,300.00 

10,549.98 
980.24 

14,865.42 

14,506.26 

600.00 

2,700.51 



2,791.16 

5,275.02 
7,601.65 
9,800.43 

10,198.31 
7,526.65 
3,710.49 
5,108.82 

10,022.52 
6,719.40 

18,000.00 
4,483.74 
5,151.98 
8, 132.30 



I 171 

SALARIES OF OmCERS ANDnEMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE" OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

INVESTIGATING CHMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY - CnNTINIIED 



K4HN, JUOITH B CLERICAL STAFF, 

KELEMnNICK, MICHAEL CLERICAL STAFF, 

MCGRADY, FLORENCE T CLERICAL STAFF 

MOONEY, THOMAS E ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 

POLK, FRANKLIN G ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, 

PRATT, RUTH T CLERICAL STAFF, 

SARTORI, ANN P CLERICAL STAFF, FROM JUNF 5 

SOURWINE, MARY G CLERICAL STAFF, 

TISCHRFIN, ANNELIE F CLERICAL STAFF, 

VANCE, LOUIS S MESSENGER, 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON MERCHANT MARINE AND FISHERIES 

BARNES, NORMAN MICHAEL INVESTIGATOR, 

DICKERSON, PAULINE M SECRETARY, 

HEATER, ELIZABETH STAFF ASST, TO JAN. 31 

HEYWARO, FRANCIS D COUNSEL, 

HICKS, CARLTON JAMES ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM JUNE 13 

HOFFMAN, RUTH I ASST CLERK, 

LAROCCA, JAMES L CLERK-SUBCOM ON PANAMA C«NAL, 

LOCKHART, GWFN H ASSISTANT MINORITY CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

MOHLER, ELEANOR P ASSISTANT CLERK, TO APRIL 30 AND FROM 

MAY 5 

NEVITT, BETTY ANN SECRETARY, 

POTTER, FRANK M, JR COUNSEL, 

SANTO, ALFRED RONALD ASST COUNSEL, 

SUMMERS, LUCYE L SECRETARY, 

WATT, DONALD A EDITOR, 

WATT, RONALD ASSISTANT CLERK, 

WOJCIK, JANE C SECRETARY, 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON POST OFFICE AND CIVIL SERVICE 

ARANETA, LOUIS A INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 

BARRY, MARGARET R SECRETARY, 

BARTON, RICHARD STAFF ASST, 

BATES, KATHRYN E SECRETARY, 

BETHEA, BARBARA FAYE JR STAFF ASSISTANT, 

BORGER, DEANNE L SECRETARY, TO JAN. 2 

BPACY, RAYMOND W INTERN, FROM JUNE 19 

BROWN, LORRAINE L SECRFTARV, 

CTAPAVELLA, JO ANN SECRETARY, 

CLEVEN, CATHY L INTERN, FROM JUNF 1 

COULTRAP, RAY H STAFF ASST. MIN., 

DEVLIN, RALPH J STAFF A SST/RET , I NS , HB SUB/C, 

DIAMOND, ELAINE L SECRETARY, 

FINDLEY, THOMAS W STAFF ASSISTANT, TO FEB. ?9 

FUSSELL, GLENDA J SECRETARY, 

GABUSI, JOHN STAFF ASSISTANT 

GOULD, GEORGE B STAFF ASST, 

GUSTAFSON, TANYA ANN INTERN, FROM JUNE 12 

HARDING, DELOrS SECRETARY, 

HATCHFRSON, JANE W SETRETARY, FROM JUNF 1? 

HEDGLON, PETER F INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 < 

HERZOG, ANDREW F INTERN, FROM FEB. 1 TO FEB. 29 

HOWARD, ALTON M PRINTING EDITOR, 

HUGLER, EDWARD T INVESTIGATOR, 

KENNEDY, THOM^S R STAFF ASSISTANT, 

MEYER, ROBERT JAMES INTERN, FROM JUNF 12 

MOORE, ROBERT M INTERN, FROM JUNE 26 

MULHOLLAND, JAMES S STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM MARCH 1 

MYERS, LOIS G SECRETARY 

NAPTE", MARGARET G SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 AND ASSISTANT 

DOCUMENT CLERK, FROM FEB. 1 

NEUMAN, oQi^FRT A STAFF ASST, 

PENDLETON, MARIA R DOCUMENT CLERK, 

PETERS, DOROTHY L ASST DOCUMENT CLERK, TO JAN. 31 AND 

SECRETAPV, FROM FEB. 1 

PIERCE, CRYSTAL D INTERN, FROM JUNE 5 

RAYMOND, ANTHONY JOHN STAFF ASST MIN, 

SNIPES, JUSTINE P SECRETARY, 

SPETKA, DAVID R INTERN, FROM JUNF 5 

STONER, GORDON G INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 



t3,976.02 

7,087.74 

7,087.74 

11,077.50 

15,825.00 

5,B02.48 

765.55 

6,963.00 

5,115.84 

4,979.22 



5,344,50 
8,202.66 
1,142.92 
13,714.98 
410. OC 
5,758.34 
9,000.00 
1,083.33 

5,894.41 
5,925.02 
9,000.00 
8,813.34 
6,498.36 
10,108.98 
3,031.23 
7,792.98 



300.00 

5,500.02 

11,608.75 

6,542.50 

3,337.50 

65.28 

120.00 

5,180.47 

5,234.42 

300.00 

7,454.18 

14,516.65 

3,977.00 

1,712.50 

4,066.32 

13,083.40 

13,086.02 

190.00 

5,176.90 

506.67 

260.00 

500.00 

10,016.65 

14,250.00 

12,780.07 

190.00 

68.06 

2,525.00 

6,693.32 

5,645.85 
9,379.18 
8,6 29.15 

7,424.98 

260.00 

12,291.68 

7,458.21 
260.00 
300.00 



79-639 O - 72 - 12 



172 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



INVF<^Tir,4TI'^G COMWIITTEE ON POST OFFICF AND CIVIL SERVICF - CONTINUED 

THfiYER. TED J RESEARCH ASSISTANT, 

WARD, SARA L SECRETARY, 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS 

RARNETT, RICHARD C MINORITY STAFF ASST, 

ROURKE, STEVEN H STAFF ASSISTANT, 

CLEMENTS, t>EGGY LYNN STAFF ASSISTANT, 

CONSTANDY, RUTH TECHNICAL CONSULTANT, 

CORCORAN, WILLIAM M STAFF ASSISTANT, 

DAHLSTEDT, CAROL L SECRETARY, 

DAMTCO, SALVATOPE J ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, 

DECOURCY, PAULINE L STAFF ASST, FROM APRIL 17 

OEITZ, 4LISSA STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 12 

DOUGHFRTY, THOMAS R CLERK SUBCOMM RIVERS £ HARBORS 

DOWNIE, MARTHA E MINORITY STAFF ASSISTANT, 

EDLER, HENRY G PROJECT COORDINATOR, 

EVANS, CATHERINE ANN STAFF ASST, FROM MAY 15 

FRANCIS, PAUL S STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 

GANUN, AGNES M STAFF ASSISTANT, 

GAUGHAN, ROSEMARI E STAFF ASSISTANT, TO MAY 19 

GILBERT, SHELDON S MINORITY COUNSEL, FROM MARCH 6 

HAY, BETTY ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 

HILL, PATRICIA A MINORITY STAFF ASST, 

ITALIANO, JOSEPH A EDITORIAL ASST, 

JONES, RRENDA G MINORITY STAFF ASST, 

KARSFBOOM, GEORGE P PROFESSIONAl STAFF MEMBER, 

KEENEY, KATHRYN M CHIEF CLERK, 

KTLEY, ELIZABETH HALL STAFF ASST, 

KNIGHTEN, SHIRLEY R STAFF ASSISTANT, 

KDPFCKY, GEORGE M CHIEF INVESTIGATOR, 

KROUSE, CHARLFS A PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER, FROM JAN. 

10 

LAWRENCE, ROBERT G ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, 

LOFTUS, ROBERT F TECH STAFF ASST, 

LORENZ, CARL J, JR ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, 

LYNCH, MARIE MURPHY CLERK SUB FLOOD CON f, INT DFV, 

MAY, WALTER R CHIEF COUNSEL, 

MCCARTHY, MARGARET F STAFF ASSISTANT, 

MILLER, MACHELE J STAFF ASSISTANT, 

NOLEN, WILLIAM INVESTIGATOR, 

OHftRA, JOHN P ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, 

PEET, RICHARD C ASST MIN COUNSEL, TO MAY 31 

SPENCE, ROBERT F SUBCOMMITTEE CLERK, 

STEIN, TOBY J RESEARCH ASST, 

VANSANT, CYNTHIA J STAFF ASST, 

VITALI, NANCY CLERK SUBCOMM BLDGS E GROUNDS, 

WILLIAMS, LINDA L MIN STAFF ASST, TO MAY 15 

WILLSE, SHERMAN S PROFESSIONAL STF MBR, 

WOOD, GORDON E MIN PROFESSIONAL STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 

1 

YATFS, PAUL R S PROF STF MBR MIN, 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND ASTRONAUTICS 

BOONE, WILFRED H TECHNICAL CONSULTANT, 

DICKINSON, PHILIP P TECHNICAL CONSULTANT, 

GALLO, THERESA M SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 1 

GIROUX, FRANCIS J CLERK, 

GOULD, HAROLD A TECHNICAL CONSULTANT, 

HIMFS, RICHARD PAUL STAFF CONSULTANT, 

HOLMFELD, JOHN SCIENCE POLICY CONSULTANT, 

JACKSON, BARBARA JEAN SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 

KFRNAN, ELIZABETH S SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH ASST, 

NUCCIARONF, A PATRICK ASSISTANT PUBLICATIONS CLERK, 

OUIGLFY, DENIS C PUBLICATIONS CLERK, 

RATCHFORD, J THOMAS SCIENCE CONSULTANT, 

REES, MARTHA N SECRETARY, 

SCHWARTZ, PATRICIA J SECRETARY, 

WELLS, WILLIAM G, JR TECH CONSULTANT, 



47,41^.18 
8,341.67 



6,507.66 
9,?31.24 
6,066.24 

11,605.02 
3,850.00 
6,593.76 

15,825.00 

2,055.55 

316.67 

9,495.00 

7, 121.28 

17,407.50 
1,150.00 
750.00 
6,829.86 
1,222.04 
9,583.33 
7,912.50 
5,275.02 
9,985.03 
4,747.50 

14,242.50 
9,336.78 
3,384.79 
6,593.76 

17,629.56 

12,825.00 

16,443.24 

15,297.48 

15,825.00 

6,435.48 

18,000.00 

4,219.98 

4,219.98 

10,549.98 

15,825.00 

13,862.05 

9, 103.98 

3,951.00 

4,483.74 

6,066.24 

4,431.01 

15,825.00 

2,125.00 
15,730.66 



18,000.00 

15,015.42 

835.21 

9,237.78 

17,319.72 

17,319.72 

12,660.00 

838.91 

8,521.92 

2,5^2.00 

7,495.68 

15,712.26 

6,783.84 

5,225.88 

14,581.97 



173 

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JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30. 1972— Continued 



SELECT COMMITTEE ON CRIME 

APPLEBY, M IRENE 
BASS, AVANELL K 
BECCACCIO, LIVIO A 
BEOELL, LEROY C, JR 
BERGER, BARRY STUART 
BLOMMFR, MICHAEL W 
BLUMENFELO, JACK R 
BOYSEN, MARY R 
CANTY, MARIAN 



COLLISON, FREDERICK 
COOK, MARTHA A 
DONOVAN, JAMES P 
DORY, ELSWORTH D 
DOUGLASS, MIRIAM E 
DOWNEY, MARY FAYE 
DURAN, UNA MABEL 
EDWARDS, HAZEL K 



ENGL AN 

GOULAR 

GREY, 

MADDEN 

MCKENN 

MORSE, 

NOLOE, 

OTTERS 

PETIT, 

PHILLT 

R A DD I N 

RFEPIN 

SBARRA 

SCAGGS 



DER, PATTI 
T, MARY M 
EVELYN SAVAGE 
, RAPHAEL J 
A, ROBERT E 
HELEN JOYCE 
H CHRISTOPHER 
, N ROSS 

MICHAEL 
PS, JOSEPH A 
G, ANDREW 
G, PAULINE B 
, THERESA A 
WADE CARTER 



SCHAUER, MARGARET M 
SEAL, BETTY B 



SULLIVAN, THOMAS K 



SECRETARY, 

OFFICE MANAGER, FROM JUNE 1 

INVESTIGATOR, 

INVESTIGATOR, 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL, FROM JUNE 1 

ASSOC CHIEF COUNSEL, 

SPECIAL COUNSEL, FROM MAY 15 

SECRETARY TO ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, 

STAFF ASSISTANT TO CHAIRMAN, TO MAY 31 
AND SECRETARY TO CHAIRMAN, FROM JUNE 

1 

INVESTIGATOR, 

SECRETARY, 

INVESTIGATOR, 

INVESTIGATOR, 

SECRETARY, * 

SECRETARY, 

STAFF EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 

SECTY TO ASSOC CHI EF , COUNSEL, TO FEB. 

6 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 15 

FINANCE OFFICER, 

RESEARCHER, 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, 

INVESTIGATOR, 

SECRETARY, TO JAN. 19 

ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, 

INVESTIGATOR, 

PRESS OFFICER, 

CHIEF COUNSEL, 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL, ■. 

SECRETARY TO CHIEF COUNSEL, 

SECRETARY, 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM HAY 1 TO MAY 

31 

RESEARCH ASST, 

SEC TO ASSOCIATE CHIEF COUNSEL, FROM 

FEB. 23 

INVESTIGATOR, 



$4,472.15 
1,250.00 

10,549.98 
9,139.57 
1,833.33 

14,083.47 
2,300.00 
6,171.78 



6,752.92 
7,593.37 
4,747.50 
10,549.98 
9,139.57 
5,275.02 
4,483.74 
6,593.75 

1,200.00 

213.33 

7,912.50 

6,066.24 

3,920.94 

10,549.98 

395.83 

13,565.47 

10,549.98 

10,549.98 

18,000.00 

8,484.30 

6,749.37 

4,206.27 

325.00 
6,066.24 

3,555.54 
10,549.98 



SELECT COMMITTEE ON THE HOUSE RESTAURANT 



CAMPBELL, THOMAS J 
PUTNINS, PATRICIA S 



STAFF DIRECTOR, 
SECRETARY, ..... 



10,072.62 
3,965.76 



SELECT COMMITTEE ON SMALL BUSINESS 



AYRES, VALERIE 
DICK, MONA BIDDLE 
EMERSON, RALPH W 
FINN, JOHN M 
FOUTCH, MYRTLE RUTH 
GOULD, JUSTINUS 
GREENBERG, HOWARD - - 
JORDAN, DOROTHY M 
KEEL, WILLIAM A, JR 
KINKEAD, LINDA W 
NAPIER, BRENDA H 
OAKLEY, MILLARD VAUGHN 
OCONNOR, CHARLES F 
OWENS, MARY EILEEN 
PARKINSON, DON MARTIN 
PARRISH, EMILIA E 
PENNINGTON, LESLIE R 
PHALEN, JAMES R 
POWERS, THOMAS G 
RAWLS, WILLA C 
RAYBURN, JOHN K 
ROBINSON, HENRY A 
ROE, DONALD B 
ROMANESK, BERNAOETTE 
SPAKES, LINDA LOUISE 
STEWART, CHRISTINE ANN 
WATSON, DONNA M 



SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 2,600.00 

SECRETARY, 3,862.50 

INVESTIGATOR, 12,000.00 

MINORITY COUNSEL, 12,100.02 

CLERK, 10,000.02 

COUNSEL, 16,500.00 

STAFF OIRECTOSt .. .t .^^-.^.t. ........ . 1*,«00.00 

SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 616.67 

RESEARCH ANALYST, 18,000.00 

SECRETARY, 6,349.98 

SECRETARY, FROM JAN. 15 2,997.24 

GENERAL COUNSEL, 18,000.00 

COUNSEL, FROM APRIL 1 4,937.49 

CLERK-TYPIST, 3,499.98 

STAFF ASST, FROM JUNE 1 300.00 

SECRETARY, 6,349.98 

PRINTING EDITOR, 9,900.00 

ASST MIN COUNSEL, 11,050.02 

COUNSEL, 7,375.02 

SECRETARY (MIN), 4,750.02 

COUNSEL, 11,500.02 

DEPUTY GENERAL COUNSEL, 16,750.02 

COUNSEL, 9,900.00 

STAFF ASST, MIN, 5,550.00 

CASE WORKER, 4,999.98 

SECRETARY, 4,125.00 

SECRETARY, 4,725.00 



174 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



COMMITTEE ON CAMPAIGN EXPENDItuP.F«; 



GUSTAVSON, JOYCE ANN 
LOOMIS, CARMEN GALVAN 

MCGARRY, JOHN WARREN 
MECKLEY, DANIEL G, IV 
POTOPE, PATRICIA A 



STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 1 4906.67 

STENOGRAPHER, FROM APRIL lA TO APRIL 

30 340.00 

CHIEF COUNSEL, FROM MARCH 1 12,000.00 

STENOGRAPHER, FROM APRIL 14 1,540.00 

SECRETARY, FROM APRIL 15 TO JUNE 4 ... 1,366.11 



INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON VETERANS' AFFAIRS 

GILLIAM, VANCE L RECORDS CLERK, 4,572.30 

GRAVES, CANDIS LEE CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 4,735.08 

HIGHT, JAMES CLERK-MESSENGER, FROM JUNE 19 233.33 

HOWARD, PHILIP E INVESTIGATOR, 16,239.72 

POWELSON, AUDREY A CLERK STENOGRAPHER, 5,782.50 

SCHWALL, RITA W CLERK-STENO, 3,210.38 

WAUGH, RALPH CLERK-MESSENGER, FROM JUNE 12 369.44 

WAYS AND MEANS CONTINGENCY FUND 

MEAGHER, JOHN K STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM JUNE 23 733.33 

MISCELLANEOUS 

BROOKS, ROGER C CHAUFFEUR, 7,802.34 

FISCHER, JOSEPH L AW R E VI SI ON COUNS EL , 18,000.00 

ERAZIFR, RICHARD D CHAUFFEUR, 7,801.98 

GALLO, THERFSA M SECRETARY (C), TO MAY 31 4,176.05 

GQUDELOCK, VERA CLERK STENOGRAPHER, 8,728.44 

GUSTAFSON, CHARLES OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 8, FROM JUNE 19 1,164.20 

KIRCHEN, SARAH J CLERICAL STAFF, TO JAN. 31 791.67 

NICKENS, GEORGE IRVIN CHAUFFEUR, 7,296.72 

SPITZ, VIVIEN R OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. T, FROM JUNE 19 1,164.20 

VANBUSKIRK, ERNEST F COPY PREPARER, 9,103.98 

WILLETT, EDWARD F, JR ASST LAW REVIS COUNSEL DC CODE, 14,821.26 



OFFICE OF FORMER SPEAKER 

FITZGERALD, T EDWARD ADM ASST TO FORMER SPEAKER, TO APRIL 



OKEEFE, ARTHUR J SECY TO FORMER SPEAKER, 

JOINT COMMITTEE ON INTERNAL REVENUE TAXATION 

■ ARNOLD, LINCOLN ASST CHIEF OF STAFF, 

BATES, CARL E ATTORNEY, 

BEDELL, DENNIS P ASST LEGISLATION COUNSEL, TO JAN. 31 

BIRD, MICHAEL D ECONOMIST, 

BUCKBERG, ALBERT ECONOMIST, 

CHABOT, HERBERT L ATTORNEY, 

CONNAUGHTON, ANASTASIA STATI STl CAL CLERK, 

-DALEY, JAMIE L SECRETARY-, ,,.-...... ^ ..t..-.^. ..^ ..,.-• 

DELCARMEN, AMELIA SECRETARY, 

DUBROFF, HAROLD ATTORNEY, 

EIGENBRODE, GUY R CLERK, FROM MAY 22 

EMORY, MEADE ATTORNEY, 

EVANS, DONALD C, JR ATTORNEY, 

FFFFERMAN, ARTHUR S CHIEF ECONOMIST, 

FINK, JOSEPH E STATISTICAL CLERK, 

GATTIE, MARY W SECRETARY, TO JAN. 31 

GERMANIS, JOHN J STATISTICAL ANALYST, 

HOLMES, CAROL JILL SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 1 TO MAY 15 ... 

KELLER, KATHERINE W SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 12 

KLUD, LEON W ECONOMIST, 

MALCOM, SHARON F SECRETARY, 

MATTHEWS, JUNE M SECRETARY, 

MCCAMLEY, HARRISON B ATTORNEY, 

MCCONAGNY, MARK L ATTORNEY, FROM FEB. 1 

MCDERMOTT, JOANNE B SECRETARY, 

NAGRO, BLANCHE F STENO E ASST CLERK, 

PFEIFFER, JACQUELINE S SECRETARY, 

ROWZIE, MARCIA BAILEY SECRETARY 

SAVAGE, LINDA R SECRETARY 



4,074.00 
6,111.00 



18,000.00 

10,508.24 

2,982.17 

14,975.02 

14,933.35 

15,749.98 

11,020.02 

^040.4^ 

5,452.90 

11,749.98 

520.00 

15,499.98 

11,189.58 

18,000.00 

11,020.02 

1,099.00 

14,100.00 

1,875.00 

274.44 

10,083.35 

4,344.18 

5,557.52 

13,750.02 

8,515.01 

8,535.83 

6,561.27 

5,712.08 

5,527.90 

6,726.65 



175 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30. 1972— Continued 



JOINT COMMITTEE ON INTEPNAL REVENUE TAXATION - CONTINUED 



SHAPIRO, BERNARD M 
SILVERSTONE, HOWARD 
SMYERS, ROBERT R 
SPELLMAN, JOSEPH P 
STAIRS, ELAINE M 
STEWART, ANNE 
STROSNIOER, HELEN M 
SYMONS, JAMES H 
TOMASULO, NICHOLAS A 
WARDEN, ROBERT A 
WHEELER, JAMES E 
WOOORIFF, ELLEN I 
WOOOWHRTH, L N 



ATTORNEY, $13,708.33 

ATTORNEY, FROM APRIL 3 6,600.00 

ATTORNEY, TO FEB. 2<? 5,912.16 

ATTORNEY, 10,827.00 

SECRETARY, FROM MARCH 6 3,219.43 

SECRETARY, FROM JUNE 1? 570.00 

SECRETARY, TO MARCH 31 3,165.00 

STATISTICAL ANALYST, 17,250.00 

ATTORNEY, 17,745.48 

ATTORNEY, FROM APRIL 17 5,858.33 

ACCOUNTANT, TO JUNE 21 10,022.48 

SECRETARY, FROM FEB. 1 3,791.67 

CHIEF OF STAFF, 19,999.98 



JOINT COMMITTEE ON DEFENSE PRODUCTION 



AULT, GEORGE T 
BREWTON, CHARLES S 
CAUDLE, STEPHEN J 
COPELAND, CARY H 
ECHOLS, MATTIE I 
HALL, JOHN R 
HAMPTON, AORIENNF ANN 
MCDANIEL, HELEN 
MITCHELL, OLIVIA S 
THOMPSON, BILLY HENRY 
WARREN, HAROLD J 



PROF. STAFF MEMBER, 

GENERAL COUNSEL, 

STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 1 

ASSISTANT STAFF DIRECTOR, 

SECRETARY, 

STAFF ASSISTANT, TO JAN. 31 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

CLERK ASSISTANT, FROM MAY 24 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 

PROFFSSIONAL STAFF MEMBER, FROM JUNE 1 
STAFF DIRECTOR AND COUNSEL, 



11. 

16, 

1, 

12, 

5, 



1, 
16, 



153.70 
096.62 
500.00 
268.98 
773.38 
527.50 
750.00 
616.67 
750.00 
500.00 
382.76 



JOINT COMMITTEE ON CONGRESSIONAL OPERATIONS 

BERNARD, MARY E CLERK (C), TO JAN. 14 291.67 

BURKHART, DENNIS FRANK CLERK, FROM FEB. 15 2,644.43 

GANDY, JUDITH ANNE CLERK, FROM FEB. 21 2,569.43 

GOOCH, RAYMOND L STAFF COUNSEL (P), 14,500.02 

GREEN, DAVID H CLERK, FROM MAY 1 TO MAY 31 1,000.00 

HERON, JOHN W CLERK, FROM JUNE 22 175.00 

HOLOKA, ANN CLERK, FROM JAN. 17 6,875.00 

KELLEY, ROBERT J CLERK, 8,481.68 

MACHOWSKI, JAMES S CLERK, 3,624.99 

MCALLISTER, JAMES F ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER, 14,043.75 

MCKNIGHT, MOLLY ANN CLERK, FROM JAN. 6 TO MAY 19 AND FROM 

JUNE 7 3,173.60 

MEADER, GEORGE STAFF COUNSEL (P), 11,172.00 

PENNINGTON, NANCY C CLERK, FROM FEB. 3 3,083.33 

PETERS, EUGENE F EXEC DIR (P), 18,000.00 

SNOW, GERARD C CLERK, 3,875.01 

SPIEGEL, OIANE CLERK, FROM JAN. 6 3,381.94 

SUAREZ, XAVIER L CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 1,500.00 

TABET, ELENA CLERK, FROM JAN. 30 TO FEB. 1 41.66 

TACHERON, DONALD G DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH (P), 16,875.00 

TANNEN, TERRELL M CLERK, FROM JUNE 22 175.00 

WATKINS, CYNTHIA K CLERK (C), 5,616.65 

WEST, DENISE ANN CLERK, FROM JUNE 1 -583.33 

- W H I Tg, THOM A S R , III -& LERK , F RO M JUNE 1 3 , 000 . 

ZELTNER, LYNN GAYLE CLERK, 3,583.33 

TOTAL t46,394,410.57 



176 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30. 1972— Continued 

HOUSE RESTAURANT 



ADMINISTRATIVE : 

ALTIERI, ANTHONY P. 
BALL, LAWRENCE P. 
CARROLL, MARIE R. 
CARTER, THELMA B. 
COWAN, KERMIT A. 
HIGHTOWER, VADA S. 

CONGRESSIONAL RESTAURANT: 
ALBRITTON, BLANCHE V. 
ALSTON, DOROTHY M. 
ALVES, PAT S. 
BEACHEM, ARLENE R. 
BENJAMIN, LINDA G. 
BOYD, FLORENCE 
BRASWELL, ROBERT, SR. 
BUTLER, FERDINAND J. 
BUTLER, SYLVIA C. 
BYRD, LESS IE MAE 
CANALES, ENRIQUE GARCIA 
COVERT, WILLIAM JR. 
CROWE, SARAH 
DURHAM, FLORENCE M. 
FELTON, JAMES, JR. 
FORTUNE, LUCILLE T. 
FUNDERBURKE, ZULEE 
GAMBLE, JAMES E. 
GARNER, SARETA L. 
GRAY, JAMES 
GROSS, JUANITA H. 
HARE, JOHN C. 
HERRING, WILBERT 
HINES, MONTELLE M. 
JONES, WILLENE 
LASSITER, LINWOOD C. 
LATSON, MIRIAM 
LEAKIN, EVELYN 
LEE, HILTON 
MINOR, BARBARA ANN 
MOY, ELLEN 
NELSON, EDWARD T. 
ORTTE, CHARLOTTE E, 
PHILLIPS, JAMES L. 
PRIESTLEY, SHERMAN J. 
ROBINSON, LINWOOD, JR. 
ROGERS, DORIS 
ROSEBERRY, WILLIE H. 
SHEPARD, GRACE 
SMITH, VIVIAN D, 
TODD, AARON E. 
TROTTER, GARFIELD 
WHITAKER, LARRY A. 
WHITE, ADELL 
WILSON, GEORGE F. 
WOODS, JAMES H. 

CONGRESSIONAL RESTAURANT KITCHEN 
BATTS, WILLIAM 
BENNETT, VERONICA 
BONANNI, PASQUALE 
EDWARDS, YANK 
GALMON, J ANTE M. 
GRAHAM, ZEMAR 
JOHNSON, ABE 
OTTERSON, DOUGLAS S. 
ROSCOE, MAGNORA 
SMITH, FLORENCE 
STANTON, MOZELL 
WARLEY, WILLIAM P. 
WILLIAMS, CONNIE R. 
WILLIAMS, RUTH 



PURCHASING AGENT 

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER 

ACCOUNTING CLERK 

ACCOUNTING CLERK 

GENERAL MANAGER 

ASSISTANT ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER. 

WAITRESS 

WAITRESS 

WAITER 

GRILL GIRL 

BUSGIRL 

WAITRESS 

WAITER 

WAITER 

BUSGIRL 

FOOD CHECKER 

FOOD SERVICE WORKER 

WAITER 

CASHIER 

FOOD SERVICE WORKER 

WAITER 

CASHIER HOSTESS 

BUSGIRL 

WAITER 

BUSGIRL 

WAITER 

BUSGIRL 

WAITER 

FOOD SERVICE WORKER 

BUSGIRL 

PANTRY SUPERVISOR 

BUSBOY 

BUSGIRL 

SECRETARY TO GENERAL MANAGER 

BUSGIRL 

BUSGIRL 

BUSGIRL 

WAITER 

BUSGIRL 

WAITER ■ 

WAITER 

WAITER 

SANITATION SUPERVISOR 

WAITER 

FOOD CHECKER 

BUSGIRL 

WAITER 

WAITER 

BUSBOY 

BUSGIRL 

WAITER 

WAITER 

LEAD KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

CHEF 

COOK' S HELPER 

LEAD GRILL GIRL 

COOK 

COOK' S HELPER 

UNIT STOREROOM MANAGER 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

LEAD KITCHEN WORKER 

SALAD GIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

COOK' S HELPER 

SALAD GIRL 



$5,854.40 
8,452.00 
4,123.20 
1,062.40 

11,352.80 
5,300.80 



646.52 
874.98 
50.40 
449.77 
948.01 
404.66 
777.15 
628.97 
602.39 
071.42 
205.77 
802.02 
064.19 

,112.75 
075.21 

,675.87 
175.72 
059.26 
549.92 
319.90 

,065.44 
305.75 
506.55 
188.4a 

,248.67 
183.40 

,500.09 
708.00 
890.65 

.558.13 
300.84 
864.11 
145.78 
809.66 
688.29 
948.14 
564.78 
768.55 
981.24 
682.64 
904.42 
028.83 
859.74 
157.78 
955.50 
479.99 



,829.06 
980.87 
,204.00 
,461.22 
,370.73 
,151.42 
,597.19 
,256.80 
,258.55 
,273.43 
,499.41 
87.36 
,778.14 
,366.18 



177 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

HOUSE RESTAURANT (CONT'D) 



MEMBERS PRIVATE DINING ROOM: 
BARNES, ROSE P. 
CORIN, JON X. 
DUNNE, JESSIE E. 
LEWIS, WILSON 
MILLER, LEONARD J. 
MURPHY, JOEL 
PRICE, HAROLD E. 
STONE, AGNES 

CAPITOL CARRY OUT: 
HUGHES, VICTOR R. 
JACKSON, GLORIA 
PALMER, GENEVA 
SMITH, BETTY J. 
WARLEY, KATHERINE 
WOOD, SARAH E. 

LONGWORTH HOUSE CAFETERIA: 
AIELLO, EMMA G. 
BONNER, DOROTHY N. 
BOWLING, LAURA F. 
BOYD, ROBERTA 
BROWN, DELORIS B. 
CLARK, LOU V. 
DOUGLAS, GREGORY X. 
EDWARDS, EMMA JANE 
FERGUSON, ODESSA 
FLANDERS, DONALD L., JR. 
FOSTER, ETHEL C. 
GORDON, FANNIE F. 
GRAY, BERTHA L. 
GUTHRIE, PERRY E. 
JOHNSON, JANE R. 
JOHNSON, MAE F. 
LOWE, LANNIE M. 
LYNCH, CECELIA G. 
MCCAIN, JANICE D. 
MCCORD, STANLEY 
MASON, KENNETH B. 
MOORE, ROSA LEE 
MULKEY, SHIRLEY L. 
PICKETT, JAMES L. 
PLIGHT, JOSEPH 
QUEEN, JAMES E. 
RICHMOND, LILLIE J. 
TAYLOR, PEGGY R. 
TAYLOR, WALTER B. 
TRAMMELL, CARRIE 
WALKER, ANNE W. 
WALLACE, MINNIE D. 
WASHINGTON, GLORIA J. 
WASHINGTON, VERDELL 
WILLIAMS, EDDIE M. 

LONOWORTH CIGAR STAND : 
ROSS, NELLIE 
SEXTON, RUTH L. 

LONGWORTH BAKE SHOP: 
CRUDUP, WILLIAM D. 
HUY, HEINZ H. 
NESMITH, PETER 
STEWART, GENEVA 

LONGWORTH CARRY OUT: 
BENJAMIN, MARY S. 
BEST, PERVILLA 
MAYNOR, JESSIE MAE 
PERRY, TERRITA 



WAITRESS 

WAITER 

PANTRY SUPERVISOR 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

WAITER 

FOOD SERVICE WORKER 

WAITER 

FOOD CHECKER 

BUSBOY 

COUNTER GIRL 

CAFETERIA MANAGER 

BUSGIRL 

ASSISTANT MANAGER 

GRILL COUNTER GIRL 

CASHIER 

CASHIER 

COUNTER GIRL 

COOK'S HELPER 

BUSGIRL 

CASHIER 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

COUNTER GIRL SUPERVISOR 

UNIT STOREROOM MANAGER 

BUSGIRL 

BUSGIRL 

BUSGIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

SALAD GIRL 

SALAD GIRL 

BUSGIRL 

RELIEF CASHIER 

BUSGIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

LEAD KITCHEN WORKER 

COOK' S HELPER 

COUNTER MAN 

COOK' S HELPER 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

COOK 

COUNTER GIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

COUNTER GIRL 

CAFETERIA MANAGER 

BUSGIRL 

COUNTER GIRL 

COUNTER GIRL 

CHEF 

FLOOR SUPERVISOR-RELIEF CASHIER. 
CASHIER 

BAKER' S HELPER 

BAKE SHOP MANAGER 

BAKER 

BAKER' S HELPER 

GRILL GIRL 

COUNTER GIRL 

CARRY OUT MANAGER 

COUNTER GIRL 



594.79 
398.68 
2,475.32 
2,392.81 
534.51 
910.14 
705.18 
970.28 



192.08 
2,506.74 
3,101.66 
2,199.04 
3,032.54 
2,630.28 



660.63 
553.44 
318.72 
297.52 
557.76 
751.68 
108.08 
527.20 
583.76 
012.64 
011.31 
066.11 
171.96 
316.02 
496.28 
060.03 
291.84 
496.60 

81.20 
798.55 

68.32 
000.97 
531.80 
726.72 
055 . 68 

85.68 
070.38 
835.43 
279.35 
774.76 
401.60 
267.28 
428.38 
792.77 
420.00 



3,267.39 
2,556.84 



2,151.44 
6,994.40 
3,859.13 
2,670.19 



2,112.96 
2,278.14 
2,558.81 
2,001,71 



178 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THrHOUSE OF REPRKENTATIV^^ROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30. 1972-«ontinued 

HOUSE RESTAURANT (CONT'D) 



CANNON CARRY OUT: 
FORD, EMMA G. 
HAWKINS, ANNA V. 
RAINES, ELIZABETH R'. 
SMITH, GRACE H. 
VALENTINE, ALBERT M. 
WILKINSON, HELEN 

RAYBURN CAFETERIA] 
BATTLE, JOHN H. 
BROOKS, WENDY L. 
BROWN, ROSA LEE 
BUTLER, CHRISTOPHER A. 
CHAMBERS, THOMAS F. 
CUNNINGHAM, KENNETH G. 
FONG, MEE NGOR 
FORD, ROBERT L. 
GANDY, HENRY 
GATES, OSALEE, JR. 
GREEN, LUCY F. 
GRYMES, DORIS M. 
HAMMONDS, FLOWREEN D. 
HARRIS, DELORES R. 
HENDERSON, EVA 
HUNTLEY, DOROTHY M. 
JONES, LORNA L. 
LEE, MILDRED E. 
NEWKIRK, ELSIE M. 
NICKELSON, ALEX B. 
PROCTOR, MARY E. 
ROBINSON, BETTIE C. 
RODRIGUEZ, GONZALO A. 
SNYDER, BONITA L. 
SULLIVAN, NELLIE 
WALTMAN, JOHN H. 
WALTON, BEATRICE 
WHEATLEY, LAURA M. 
WILLIAMS, GERALDINE 
WISE, MABEL V. 
YOUNG, MARY E. 

RAYBURN CATERING: 
BROOKS, CHARLES R. 
MCCORMICK, JOSEPH B. 
ROSASGO, FRANCES S. 
SINGLETON, LEE A. 
THOMPSON, EVA 
WILLIAMS, EUGENE 

RAYBURN CIGAR STAND: 
WATTS, MARY L. 

RAYBURN CARRY OUT: 

CHAMBERS, CLARENCE K. 
CHANDLER, KATIE M. 
LYONS, LOUISE 
MCKNIOIT, MARY E. 
SANDERS, BETTIE L. 
YOUNG, IRELIA 

TERMINATED : 

ALLEN, FRED F. 
BEAN, LEROY H. 
BRADLEY, PETER, JR. 
BRANT, CHARLES 
BRIDGES. NORA C. 



COUNTER GIRL 

COUNTER GIRL 

COUNTER GIRL SUPERVISOR 

GRILL GIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

SUPERVISOR CASHIER 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

CASHIER 

LEAD COUNTER GIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

GENERAL KITCHEN WORKER 

COOK 

COUNTER GIRL 

COUNTER GIRL 

BUSGIRL 

BUSGIRL 

COOK 

BUSGIRL 

CASHIER 

BUSGIRL 

COUNTER GIRL 

CHEF 

COUNTER GIRL 

BUSGIRL 

UNIT STOREROOM MANAGER 

KITCHEN WORKER - RELIEF COUNTER GIRL. 

BUSGIRL 

CAFETERIA MANAGER 

SALAD GIRLv 

CASHIER 

BUSGIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

GRILL GIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

ASSISTANT CATERING MANAGER 

CLERICAL ASSISTANT 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

SALAD GIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

CASHIER 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

COOK' S HELPER 

GRILL GIRL 

COUNTER GIRL 

COUNTER GIRL 

COUNTER GIRL„ 

WAITER 

WAITER 

BAKER' S HELPER 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

WAITRESS 



2,553.21 
2,517.04 
3,121.93 
2,816.81 
3,013.89 
3,450.92 



2,171.19 
418.38 
2,785.65 
2,471.64 
2,430.58 
187.32 
2,288.16 
2,311.58 
928.20 
1,933.53 
1,886.55 
2,251.90 
855.12 
320.32 
3,491.22 
1,749.98 
1,928.56 
2,154.83 
2,319.13 
5,920.00 
1,591.63 
1,975.59 
4,256.80 
2,404.89 
87.36 
6,576.80 
2,451.40 
2,703.88 
2,213.16 
1,957.09 
1,995.57 



2,573.48 
4,425.50 
3,207.12 
2,904.46 
2,387.24 
2,358.42 



692.43 



692.72 
3,221.00 
2,501.78 
2,187.39 
2,085.93 
2,311.57 



848.08 
404.68 
191.55 
507.41 
45.27 



179 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



HOUSE RESTAURANT (CONT'D) 

TER>aNATED : 

BROOKS, ANTHONY W. 
BROWN, JAMES E. 
BURNS, WILLIE 
BUTLER, JOSEPH F. 
CANNADAY, MARY F. 
CROWDER, FREDDIE 
CURTIS, PATRICK W. 
DERROW, KATHLEEN C. 
DOUGLAS, JEROME B. 
DRAYTON, LILLIE ANN 
ESPEY, SUSAN J. 
EVANS, LARRY 
FORD, GREGORY M. 
GIVENS, EVA MARIA 
GLOVER, TALBERT 
GOODRUM, MARTHA 
GRAY, CELESTINE 
GREENE, LARRY 
HALL, ELIJAH 
HOLLINS, RONALD 
HUDSON, MAE 
HUNT, JAMES B. 
JACKSON, BEATRICE M. 
JOHNSON, SHARON ELAINE 
LEE, OBADIAH 
LITTLE, EMMA M. 
MCCAIN, MARION W. 
MCKENZIE, VIVIEN L. 
MORROW, FRANK B. 
PARKER, FREEMAN S., JR. 
PELC, ROBERT E, 
PERRY, MATTHEW 
PETERSON, JOHN E. 
PETINAUD, ERNEST 
QUEEN, THELMA 
RICHARDSON, NINA A. 
SELLERS, CATHERINE 
STODDARD, ELIZABETH C. 
THOMAS, JOHN M. 
THOMAS, RANDA A. 
THCWPSON, MAGGIE 
THOMPSON , RUBEN 
TRILLI, DESTA R. 
WASHINGTON, MERVYN L. 
WELCH, JOAN E. 
WEST, ANNIE M. 
WHITE, JOSEPH 
WHITE, SAMUEL T. 
WILLIAMS, HELEN R. 
WILSON, JESSIE 
WILSON, REGINALD T. 



KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 1,056.66 

COOK 158 .08 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 616.56 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 1,568.11 

CASHIER 2 , 760 . 72 

COUNTER MAN 2,524.71 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 654 . 96 

COUNTER GIRL 152 . 76 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 1,570.08 

CASHIER 1,862.95 

CASHIER 91.97 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 422.81 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 101 .36 

CASHIER 1,026.20 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 766.36 

BUSGIRL 196.56 

BUSGIRL 496.08 

BUSBOY 269.09 

STOREROOM ASSISTANT 665 .95 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 175.56 

GRILL GIRL 2,801.60 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 788 .46 

BUSGIRL 498 .96 

BUSGIRL 11.20 

WAITER 257.03 

COOK' S HELPER 21.08 

COUNTER GIRL 2,286.24 

BUSGIRL 208.03 

CAFETERIA MANAGER 1,668.60 

WAITER 69.44 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 573.44 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 2,143.09 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 2,245.50 

HEAD WAITER 1,475.91 

BUSGIRL 89.05 

ACCOUNTING CLERK 2,431.29 

CASHIER SUPERVISOR 2,125.02 

COOK'S HELPER 960.40 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 799.40 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 1,235.36 

COOK 4,036.12 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 474.60 

ACCOUNTING OFFICER 6 ,473 . 60 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 1,044.41 

CLERK 13.63 

BUSGIRL 30.89 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 1,092.25 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 458.27 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 1,799.78 

WAITRESS 187 .04 

WAITER 74.91 

TOTAL $453,595.77 



180 
'salaries of officers and employees of the house of representatives from 

I JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



HOUSE BARBER SHOPS (EMPLOYEE'S SHARE OF RECEIPTS) 



ALLEN, JOHN M. 
BOLYARD, DAVID R. 
BROWN, MALCOLM S. 
CAREY, DELLA T. 
CAREY, LAWRENCE H. 
DIPOMPO, JOSEPH 
FEATHERSTONE , ROBERT G. 
FOX, THOMAS W. 
HANSBOROUGH, MORRISON C. 
KUSER, EUGENE, J. 
MCMILLIAN, GARFIELD F. 
QUATTRONE, JOSEPH P. 
SOUTHERLAND, ELONZIA B. 
SWAN, EVELYN J. 
SUTT, ROBERT T. 
TUNSTALL, FORREST C. 



BARBER 

BARBER 

BARBER 

MANICURIST. 

BARBER 

BARBER 

BARBER 

BARBER 

BARBER 

BARBER 

BARBER 

BARBER 

BARBER 

MANICURIST. 

BARBER 

BARBER 

TOTAL 



$ 1 



,362.51 
874.41 
915.47 
361.33 
,353.46 
,401.45 
859.37 
,356.11 
434.69 
,693.29 
, 103 . 13 
,215.94 
614.48 
91.06 
,648.76 
,078.92 



$18,364.38 



181 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

Date No. SALARIES AND EXPENSES-OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

OFFICE OF THE SPEAKER 
Salaries for 6 months _-_ $112,498.81 

OFFICE OF THE PARLIAMENTARIAN 
Salaries for 6 months 80, 052. 42 

COMPILATION OF PRECEDENTS OF HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

Salaries for 6 months 7,492.14 



OFFICE OF THE CHAPLAIN 
Salaries for 6 months - 9,884.40 



OFFICE OF THE CLERK 

1972 
Mar 31 7651 Edna Pauline Pascoe, payment of unpaid compensation due to the death of Raymond F. 

Pascoe - 139.00 

Salaries for 6 months 1,464,158.27 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 1,464,297.27 

OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS 
Salaries for 6 months -- 2,605,023.03 

OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER 

Salaries for 6 months 1,449,257.26 

Refunds and adjustments (380.20) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 1,448,877.06 

OFFICE OF THE POSTMASTER 
Substitute messengers: 

Jan. 5 5127 John Alsterda 38.32 

5128 Geroge M. Bowman -.- 314.22 

5129 Lloyd Courembis 191-60 

5130 Victor H. Creech 103.46 

5131 Robert Gary Olchak .-. -- 99.63 

5132 William E. Paxton 19.16 

5133 Joseph D. Roberts 19.16 

5134 Richard C. Streett 111-13 

31 5785 Robert A. Ahem 38.32 

5786 Dennis Barnes - 95.80 

5787 Delton B. Braithwait _.-- 53.65 

5788 Victor H. Creech 111... _ 53.65 

5789 Richard Hodgens.... 19.16 

5790 Douglas James - _- - ll„-?? 

5791 Joseph F. Moore -- 19.16 

5792 Orlandus Marvin Northington _ 57.48 

5793 Robert Olchak --- 22.92 

5794 Joseph D. Roberts.... .- - ---- ?5.80 

5795 Peter Ross -- - 19-16 

5796 Richard B. Sardegna .- ,?6-5f 

5797 Richard Streett _ - --- 114-96 

Mar. 2 6796 Robert A. Ahern 19-16 

6797 James M. Freeman --- 95.80 

6798 Richard Hodgens -. ^t'll 

6799 Ronald C. Hunt ?5.80 

6800 Douglas S. James. - ]^-]l 

6801 Kenneth J.King 57.48 

6802 Mose McCoy.... _ 57.48 

6803 JohnnyG. McRae 19.16 

6804 Robert Olchak 1?-16 

6805 Seymour Olchak 421.52 

6806 Joseph D. Roberts ,,? ,„ 

6807 Peter Ross 134-12 

6808 Richard B. Sardegna 114-96 

6809 Richard C. Streett ?5.80 

6810 James C.Vogt 19.16 

Apr. 3 7766 Dennis Barnes ^°-^f 

7767 Delton Barry Braithwait 61.31 

7768 EricJohn Bystrom 19-16 

7769 William Everett 57.48 

7770 James M. Freeman Ic}, 

7771 Robert Geary 65.14 

7772 Claude Gould 38.32 

7773 Richard N. Hodgens 114.96 

7774 Ronald C. Hunt 268-24 

7775 Douglas S.James 1/2-44 

7776 Joseph F. Moore, Jr }n,i 

7777 Robert G. Olchak 19-16 



182 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



Date 



No. 



SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES 



Amount 



OFFICE OF THE POSTMASTER— Continued 

1972 Substl*u*e messengers— Continued 

Apr. 3 7778 Joseph D. Roberts _ j76 64 

7779 Orlandus M. Northington 21076 

7780 Richard C. Streett 76' 64 

5 7849 Robert M. Nargi ig" 16 

May 2 8787 Mike Bowman III ig'lg 

8788 Deiton B. Bralthwait 80'.47 

8789 EricJohn Bystrom. '.""" 19.16 

8790 Francis X. Craven ... 57!48 

8791 Richard N. Hodgens... . . " 13412 

8792 Ronald C. Hunt " 57'48 

8793 Joseph F. Moore, J r ■"." " 38.32 

8794 Orlandus M. Northington... . " ' 268*24 

8795 Robert G. Olchak... 153' 28 

8796 Joseph D. Roberts " 38*32 

8797 Bruce R. Bowen III... 19 16 

8798 Andy Shepherd 19.16 

8799 Lanny E. Slusher ...... " " 38 32 

8800 Richard C. Streett " 95.80 

31 9415 George M. Bowman ' 19 16 

9416 Deiton B. Braithwait ' 114.96 

9417 Eric John Bystrom 19 16 

9418 H.Milton Cole, Jr 19 16 

9419 William R. Everett, Jr.. _ . 19 16 

9420 ClaudeGould 268.24 

9421 Richard N. Hodgens. .. 210 76 

9422 Ronald C. Hunt .. 95.80 

9423 Andrei Kushnir _ . 287.40 

9424 William J. Lowrey _. 19.16 

9425 Mose McCoy .. 19.16 

9426 Joseph F. Moore, J r 19.16 

9427 Orlandus M. Northington. 229.92 

9428 RobertOlchak . 19.16 

9429 Bruce R. Rowen III . 76.64 

9430 Richard B. Sardegna 19.16 

9431 Richard C. Streett 191.60 

Total paid substitute messengers ... . . 6,951.16 

Salaries for 6 months 402,031.06 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations ._ 408,982.22 

COMMITTEE EMPLOYEES 
Salaries for 6 months 3,896,904.02 

MINORITY EMPLOYEES 
Salaries for 6 months... _ 102,860.28 

HOUSE DEMOCRATIC STEERING COMMITTEE 

Feb. 8 6087 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, June 1971.. _ 7.45 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 7.45 

Jan. 20 5404 John E. Barriere, reimbursementforexpensesincurredasclerkofthecommittee, October- 
December 1971 46.90 

E405 Iris W. Vaughn, reimbursement for expenses incurred as secretary of the committee, 

October-December 1971 30.01 

27 5654 International Press Clipping Bureau, Inc., clipping service rendered, Jan. 11, 1972 775.00 

5655 Newsweek, 3-year subscription renewal, January 1972-75 28.00 

5656 U.S. News & World Report, 2-year subscription renewal, January 1972-74 17. 00 

Feb. 8 6088 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, July-November 1971 45.41 

17 6453 IBM Corp., rental for MCSelectric typewriter, Novermber-December 1971__ 350.00 

Mar. 2 6841 IBM Corp., rental for MC Selectric typewriter, January-February 1972 350.00 

24 7409 District Delivery Service, subscription to the New York Times, April-June 1972 21.50 

7424 Wall Street Journal, 2-year subscription, March 1972-74 68.00 

Apr. 6 7918 John E. Barriere, reimbursement for expenses incurred on official business, January- 
March 1972 81.81 

7919 Iris W. Vaughn, reimbursement for expenses incurred on official business, January- 
March 1972 .._ 27.36 

14 8182 Gallup Management Research, Inc., 1-year subscription to Gallup Opinion Index, Mar. 28, 

1972-73 28.00 

26 8469 Congressional Quarterly, Inc., 1 copy of Congressional Quarterly Weekly Report, vol. 30, 

pt. 1, No. 8, Apr. 11, 1972 . 3.95 

8478 Majority Room, miscellaneous printing services. Mar. 6, 1972. .._ 26. 50 

May 16 9139 IBM Corp., rental of MC Seiectric typewriter, March 1972 175.00 

IBM Corp., rental for MC Selectric typewriter installed in Speaker's Office: 

June 8 9801 Aprill972 175.00 

13 9969 May 1972 175.00 



183 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

Date No. SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

HOUSE DEMOCRATIC STEERING COMMITTEE— Continued 
1972 
June 29 10396 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, December 1971-February 

1972 $2.15 

10410 District Delivery Service, subscription to New* York Times, July-September 1972... 21. 50 

Salaries for 6 months.. _ 26,503.08 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 28,951. 17 

HOUSE REPUBLICAN CONFERENCE 

Jan. 12 5249 Xerox Corp., meter usage and supplies, Oct. 26-Nov. 25, 1971 756.80 

Business Week, 1-year subscription, Dec. 6, 1971 12.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, November 1971 70.65 

24 5540 Teachers College Record, 1-year subscription, Nov. 23, 1971 10.00 

NAVE Typographic Service, Inc., letterheads for stationery. Research Committee, Nov. 22, 

1971 35.00 

H. W. Wilson Co., 1-year subscription to Readers Guide, Dec. 31, 1971 35. 00 

27 5618 Xerox Corp., meter usage, Sept. 30-Oct. 26, 1971 378.89 

5657 Minority Room, miscellaneous printing services, Nov. 9-30, 1971. __ 269.50 

Feb. 3 5953 Houghton Mifflin Co., 3 copies of Barone American Politics, Dec. 23, 1971 15.54 

Washington Post, subscription, Jan. 1,1972 ._ 74.40 

Ancorp National Services, Inc., 6-month subscription to Chicago Tribune, January-June 

1972.. 39.00 

McGrawHill PublicationsCo.,subscriptiontoEngineer News Record, Jan. 5, 1972 10.00 

5954 CongressionalQuarterly, lnc.,2books,Jan. 7, 1972 8.95 

Minority Room, printing, December 1971 152.85 

4 5977 NewRepublic,l-yearsubscription, Jan. 1,1972... 12.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., long distance calls, December 1971 58.58 

10 6205 Reimbursement for stationery supplies: 

John B.Anderson, M.C., Jan. 12,1972 63.05 

Barber B.Conable,M.C., Dec. 31, 1971 62.28 

6206 Washington Post, subscriptions: 

Dec.31,1971-June30,1972 45.00 

Jan. 1, 1972 29.40 

Ancorp National Services, Inc., Chicago Tribune subscription, January-June 1972 39.00 

Journal of Commerce, subscription, Jan. 26, 1972 42.00 

Illinois Institute of Technology, publication, Jan. 26, 1972 15.00 

28 6628 Minority Room, printing, Jan. 20-28, 1972 63.35 

XeroxCorp.,equipmentrentalandsupplies, Nov.25,1971-Jan.29, 1972 225.00 

New York Times, Index, Jan. 30, 1972 150.00 

Washington Post, subscription, Feb. 1,1972 67.50 

Information Resources Press 4.65 

Mar. 2 6842 John J. Rhodes, M.C., reimburse stationery account, Feb. 6, 1972 9.94 

6 6958 Sidney Kramer Books, Feb. 2, 1972 3.40 

Wall Street Journal, subscription, Feb. 28, 1972 35.00 

Technology Review, 1 year subscription, Feb. 4, 1972 9. 00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, January 1972 50.12 

Sidney Kramer Books, Feb. 9, 1972 7.40 

17 7260 Reimburse stationery account: 

John B. Anderson, M.C., Feb. 28, 1972 122.08 

Barber B.Conable.M.C, Mar. 5, 1972 81.43 

30 7639 Subscriptions: 

Wall Street Journal, Feb. 26,1972 35.00 

District Delivery Service, January-March 1972. _ 113. 00 

Urban Land Institute, Mar. 8, 1972. 3.00 

Brookings Institution, Systematic Thinking, Feb. 28, 1972 2.68 

Electrical World, Feb. 14, 1972 10.00 

Minority Room, miscellaneous printing services, February 1972 205. 40 

Apr. 3 7764 Committee for Economic Development, 1 copy of A New Rationale for Corporate Social 

Policy, Feb. 16,1972 2.00 

Harvard Educational Review, 1-year subscription, April 1972-73 10.00 

Business and Society Review, 1-year subscription, April 1972-73 24.00 

Xerox Corp., equipment rental: 

Jan. 25-Feb. 25, 1972 329.67 

14 8168 Aug. 31, 1971-Feb. 8, 1972 ___ 99.75 

8183 John J. Rhodes, M.C., reimburse stationery account 21. 24 

19 8251 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, February 1972 42.43 

Ripon Forum, 1-year subscription, April 1972-73 10.00 

Government Printing Office, subscription for American Education, March 1972-73 4.50 

Visual Systems Co., Inc., chart making equipment. Mar. 16, 1972. 18. 09 

8254 Reimburse stationery account: 

Barber B. Conable,Jr., M.C ___ 49.35 

John B. Anderson, M.C 160.37 

20 8263 Congressional Quarterly, Inc., weekly report and 2 sets of binders. Mar. 22, 1972 39.95 

National Review, 1-year subscription, April 1972-73 __ _- 12.00 

House of Representatives Restaurant, coffe expenses, February 1972 3.85 

Urban Land Institute, publications. Mar. 22, 1972 28.00 

26 8424 Martha Phillips, reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., 

to Boise, Idaho, Apr. 2-4, 1972. 341.00 



184 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 



Date No. 



SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES 



Amount 



HOUSE REPUBLICAN CONFERENCE— Continued 

American Express, travel to Conference $70.00 

House of Representatives Restaurant, coffee for Conference 75.68 

Commentary, 1-year subscription 7.00 

Washington Post, 1-year subscription. Mar. 1972-73 31.20 

Capitol Hill Club, Ressarch Committee breakfast for task force chairmen 40. 09 

Harvard Business School, book for Conference 5. 14 

Sidney Kramer Books 6.40 

Yale University Press 15.30 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service 84. 16 

House of Representatives Restaurant 22.30 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, April 1972__. _._ 118.66 

Xerox Corp., meter usage, Feb. 25-IVlar. 25, 1972 _ 405.28 

The W. E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, books 5.00 

The Washington Monthly, 1-year subscription 12.00 

Harvard University Press, 1-year subscription to Reviews of Economics and Statistics 12. 00 

Xerox Corp 416.73 

Reimburse stationery account; 

John B.Anderson, M.C 195.27 

Barber B.Conable, M.C 76.29 

John J.Rhodes, M.C 24.11 

The Harvard Law Review Association, 1-year subscription.. 12.50 

The American Political Science Association, 1-year subscription 35.00 

Suburban Action, subscription 22.00 

Zerox Coro., meter usage, February-March 1972 543.39 

Minority Room, miscellaneous printing services 82. 15 

American Bar Association, subscription _ 5.00 

W. E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, book _ 1.25 

House of Representatives Restaurant, Research Committee breakfast 11.88 

Teachers College Record, 1-year subscription 10.00 

IBM Corp., typewriter repair 17.50 

U.S. Government Printing Office, Social Security Bulletin. 4.00 

Public Opinion Quarterly 8.50 

American Journal of Economics and Sociology, Inc., 1-year subscription 6.80 

American Economic Association, 1-year subscription _ 30.00 

Michael Hathaway, reimbursement for expenses while attending the United Nations Con- 
ference on Geothermal Energy and the Environment, May 22, 1972 87. 00 

Reimburse stationery account: 

John B.Anderson, M.C _.__ 210.45 

Barber B.Conable, Wl.C 36.03 

Brooking Institution, 3 copies of 1973 budget books 10.82 

Brookings Institution, copy of Settling National Priorities _._ _. 3.68 

Congressional Staff Directory 10.00 

The Oil & Gas Journal, subscription, July 1972-73 _ 32.50 

House or Representatives Restaurant, coffees for Conference 19.80 

Industrial & Labor Relations Review, subscription 8.00 

The University of Chicago Press, subscription 20.00 

Sidney Kramer Books ._ 6.95 

House of Representatives Restaurant, coffees for Conference, May 1972 72.60 

Xerox Corp., installation of 660 machine 18.00 

Kelsey Business Machines, rental for 5 typewriters for interns 280.80 

District Delivery Service, 2 New York Times subscriptions, July-September 1972 156. 50 

Information Resources Press, 1 copy of The Rising Cost of Hospital Care 4.65 

Journals Department, 1-year subscription to Journal of Human Resources, June 1972-73.. 16.00 

D.C. Health & Co., 1 copy of Tax Incentives, June 1, 1972 13.21 

Private Planning Association of Canada, 2 copies Non-Tariff Trade Barriers as a Problem in 

International Development, May 23, 1972 _ 6.00 

Sidney Kramer Books, copy of Katzman: The Political Economy of Urban Schools and copy 

of Brecher Ungrading Blue Collar and Service Workers, June 12, 1972 11.25 

John B. Anderson, M.C, 3 days per diem and travel expenses incurred while attending the 

Tax Reform Conference, Boston, Mass., Apr. 12-14, 1972 203.00 

David A. Stockman, 3 days per diem and travel expenses incurred while attending the Tax 

Reform Conference, Boston, Mass., Apr. 12-14, 1972 _ 203.00 

Sidney Kramer Books, 1 copy of Unemployment Insurance in the American Economy, 

June 16, 1972 14.20 

Capitol Publications, Inc., 1-year subscription to Report on Preschool Education, June 14, 

1972 40.00 

Minority Room, miscellaneous printing services, May 1972 -_. 70.08 

Michael D. Hathaway, 5 days per diem and travel expenses incurred while attending the 
Conference on Cryogenic Energy Research, Denver, Colo., and meeting of Northwest 

Power Association, Spokane, Wash., June 16-20, 1972 ^?i29 

Salaries for 6 months - - 19, 053. 06 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 28, 138. 20 



1972 

May 10 9025 



11 9046 



June 8 9813 
9 9887 
12 9926 



9927 
9928 

9929 
9930 

14 9980 
10079 

15 10081 
10086 

21 10159 
10160 



26 10275 
10276 

27 10333 

30 10463 



185 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

Date No. SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

MAJORITY LEADER 
Hale Boggs, M.C.: 
1972 Official expenses for the months of— 

Jan. 31 5729 January 1972 $250.00 

Feb. 29 6633 February 1972 250.00 

Apr. 13 8072 March 1972 250.00 

28 8612 April 1972 250.00 

June 2 9565 May 1972 250.00 

30 10440 June 1972... 250.00 

Salaries for 6 months - 71,315.62 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 72,815.62 

MINORITY LEADER 
Gerald R. Ford, M.C.: 

Official expenses for the months of— 

Jan. 31 5730 January 1972 250.00 

Feb. 29 6634 February 1972 250.00 

Mar. 31 7657 March 1972 250.00 

Apr. 28 8611 April 1972 250.00 

May 31 9433 May 1972 c, ?59-99 

Salaries for 6 months 54, 878. 49 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 56, 128. 49 

OFFICE OF THE MAJORITY WHIP 
Salaries for 6 months 53, 904. 44 

OFFICE OF THE MINORITY WHIP 
Salaries for 6 months 41,961.12 

MAJORITY AND MINORITY PRINTING CLERKS 

Salaries for 6 months. -_ .- 12,224.64 

OFFICIAL REPORTERS OF DEBATES 

Salaries for 6 months 207, 717. 66 

OFFICIAL REPORTERS TO COMMITTEES 

Salaries for 6 months 251,185.32 

COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS 

Feb. 16 6379 Xerox Corp., reimbursement for discount taken past allowable time, Nov. 24, 1970; May 10 

and June 8, 1971 20-78 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations.. 20.78 

Jan. 5 5135 DHEW-HSMHA-NCHSRD, reimbursement for personnel services, Oct. 1-Nov. 5,1971 3,112.14 

5136 General Services Administration, auto rentals for official business, Sept. 12-24,1971 152.02 

11 5228 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, October 1971.. __ 50.24 

14 5269 &arton, Duer& Koch Paper Co., mimeo paper, Dec. 10, 1971 49.20 

Auto rentals for official business: 

5270 General Services Administration, Nov. 2-5, 1971 29.71 

5271 Hertz Corp., Dec. 13-15, 1971 34.06 

20 5403 Cornelius R. Anderson, lYi days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on official 

travel, 2 round trips, from Washington, D.C., to Palm Beach, Fla., Dec. 5-9, 1971 and 

San Francisco, Calif., Jan 3-6, 1972 301.50 

21 5472 XeroxCorp.,meter usage, Nov. 1-Dec. 5, 1971 167.04 

27 5645 Federal Bureau of Investigation, reimbursement for personnel services, December 1971 82,733.75 

General Services Administration: 

Auto rentals for official business— 

5646 Sept.27-Oct. 1, 1971_.__ _.__ 97.09 

5647 Nov. 1, 1971 --.- 11-88 

5648 Miscellaneous stationery Items, Nov. 5, 1971 21.75 

Reimbursement for personnel services; 

5649 Headquarters, U.S. Army Audit Agency, October-December 1971 1,604.75 

National Aeronautics & Space Administration: 

5650 December 1971 1,169.60 

5651 Do - - -- 2,254.13 

5652 Nov. 1-Dec. 3, 1971 3,689.87 

5653 Naval Audit Service, November 1971 1,473.12 

Reimbursement for personnel services: 

Feb. 8 6040 Defense Contract Audit Agency, December 1971. - 3,540.10 

6041 DHEW-HSMHA-NCHSRD, September-November 1971 --.. 3,902.14 

6042 General Services Administration, auto rentals for official business, Sept. 25-28 and Nov. 14- 

19,1971... 126.63 

Official travel for Members and staff: .,., ,, 

6043 General Accounting Office, Oct. 11-19 and Nov. 14-19, 1971 1,257.13 

6104 Northwest Airlines, Inc., Dec. 30,1971 388.00 



186 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30. 1972— Continued 



Date No. 



SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES 



Amount 



COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS— Continued 
1972 

Feb. 9 6121 Leroy R. Kirkpatrick, advance of travel funds for official business, Jan. 31, 1972 $750.00 

6122 Willie 0. Law, advance of travel funds for official business, Jan. 31, 1972 _. 400.00 

16 6350 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, November 1971 - 50.86 

Official travel for Members and staff: 

6362 Eastern Airlines, Inc., Jan. 12, 1972 198.00 

6366 National Airlines, Inc., Dec. 5, 1971 201.00 

17 6420 Xerox Corp., meter usage, Dec. 5-31, 1971 117.80 

General Services Administration, auto rentals for official business: 

6444 Nov. 8-Dec. 3, 1971 124.61 

6445 Oct. 12-14 and Sept. 12-15, 1971.. _ 66.02 

6446 Oct. 12-19 and Nov. 15-19, 1971 195.69 

6447 Oct. 21-30 and Nov. 7-15, 1971... 182. 17 

6448 Oct. 19-Dec. 11, 1971. 475.88 

6449 Reimbursement for personnel services, Nov. 14, 1971-Jan. 29,1972 5,102.71 

6450 Miscellaneous stationery items, Dec. 7, 1971 10.51 

Reimbursement for personnel services: 

6451 National Aeronautics & Space Administration, Dec. 6-31, 1971 2,149.71 

6452 National Bureau of Standards, Sept. 6-Oct. 30, 1971 5,008.35 

25 6546 Departmentof the Treasury, Oct. 1-Dec. 31, 1971 5,226.46 

6547 Federal Bureau of Investigation, January 1972 79,355.91 

National Aeronautics & Space Administration: 

6548 Januaryl972 _ ._ _.. 1,240.60 

6549 Do _ 2,254.13 

6550 General Accounting Office, Sept. 13-30, 1971 _ 31.50 

6551 Xerox Corp., meter usage, January 1972 __ 93.50 

6568 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, December 1971 96.93 

Mar. 2 6843 Avis, auto rentals for official business, Jan. 18-20, 1972 56.93 

Reimbursement for personnel services: 

6844 Defense Contract Audit Agency, January 1972 2,204.93 

6845 General Services Administration, Nov. 14-Dec. 11, 1971 2,331.63 

Hertz International, Ltd., auto rentals for official business: 

6846 Feb. 3-5, 1972. _ 30.70 

6847 Feb. 5-10, 1972 ^ 102.53 

Reimbursement for personnel services: 

6848 National Bureau of Standards, SepL 6-Nov. 25, 1971.. 3,092.75 

Naval Audit Service: 

6849 December 1971 .. ... 1,540.08 

6850 Nov. 29-Dec. 18, 1971 and Jan. 1-31, 1972 2,808.56 

6851 National Car Rental, auto rentals for official business, Jan. 27-29, 1972 67.31 

6852 Puerto Rico International Airlines, Inc., official travel for Members and staff, Dec. 1, 1971. 30.00 
U.S. General Accounting Office, reimbursement for personnel services: 

6853 OcL 1-Dec. 27, 1971 4,179.60 

6854 July 1-Nov. 30, 1971 . . 75.50 

6855 Sept. 12-Dec. 17, 1971 910.85 

8 6988 Cornelius R. Anderson, 8M days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 

2 round trips, from Washington, D.C., to New Orleans, La., Jan. 12-16; and Los Angeles 
and San Diego, Calif., Feb. 17-20, also reimbursement for ground transportation, 

January-February 1972 __ 377.23 

6989 Leroy R. Kirkpatrick, 6J^ days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 

round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Los Angeles, Calif., and Honolulu, Hawaii, Jan. 30- 
Feb. 5, 1972, also reimbursement for ground transportation, December 1971-January 

1972 . __ _. 264.00 

6990 Willie C. Law, 12 days per diem and miscelianeous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, 

from Washington, D.C., to London, England, and Frankfurt and Weisbaden, Germany, 
Feb. 11-23, 1972, less funds advanced, also reimbursement for ground transportation, 

January-February 1972 116.75 

10 7097 Headquarters, U.S. Army Audit Agency, reimbursement for personnel services, January 

1972 : '. 1,902.67 

7099 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, January 1972 44.97 

General Services Administration, auto rentals for official business: 

14 7164 Oct. 31-Dec. 12, 1971 234.84 

7165 Dec. 5-10, 1971 " . 70.49 

7166 Dec. 11-13, 1971 24.89 

7167 Dec. 10-18, 1971 .'..'.. 51.82 

7168 Northwest Airlines, Inc., official travel for members and staff, February 1972 1,852.00 

24 7425 Xerox Corp., meter usage, Jan. 29-Feb. 29, 1972. 176.49 

Reimbursement for personnel services: 

28 7477 Defense Contract Audit Agency, January 1972 2,421.14 

DHEW-HSMHA-NCHSRD: 

7478 December 1971 2,801.93 

7479 January 1972 3,070.46 

7480 District Political Affairs Officer, reimbursement for auto rentals for official business, 

Feb. 11-17, 1972.. _ 60.00 

Reimbursement for personnel services: 

7481 Federal Bureau of Investigation, February 1972 _. 91,304.41 

7482 Headquarters, U.S. Army Audit Agency, February 1972 1,307.25 

U.S. General Accounting Office: 

7483 December 1971 . 20.00 

7484 Dec. 5-30, 1971 541.00 

7485 Jan. 12-26, 1972 256.50 



187 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

Date No. SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS— Continued 
1972 

Mar. 31 7653 Barton, Duer & Koch Paper Co., paper supplies, Mar. 3, 1972 $49.20 

7654 Motaro G. Heltard, reimbursement for rental car furnished staff members, Feb. 21-24, 

1972 30.00 

Apr. 13 8073 Harold N. Brown, reimbursement for official local travel, Mar. 7-20, 1972 24.00 

14 8132 American Airlines, Inc., official travel for Members and staff, Jan. 25, 1972 702.46 

8143 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, February 1972 55. 50 

8171 Agency for International Development, reimbursement for personnel services, Oct. 3, 

1971-Jan. 8, 1972 7,493.23 

General Services Administration: 

Auto rentals for official business— 

8172 Nov. 2 and Dec. 5-8, 1971 62.34 

8173 Dec. 29-30, 1971 30.62 

8174 Feb. 8-11, 1972 31.09 

8175 Miscellaneous stationery items, January 1972 47. 42 

Reimbursement for personnel services: 

8176 National Aeronautics and Space Administration, February 1972 749.00 

8177 Do 2,254.13 

8178 National Bureau of Standards, July 1-Dec. 11, 1971 12, 533.95 

8179 Office of Management Services, USDA, July 1-Aug. 8, 1971 1, 396.63 

8180 Frank Parsons Paper Co., Inc., paper supplies, Mar. 20, 1972 33. 16 

Reimbursement for personnel services: 

8181 U.S. General Accounting Office, Dec. 22, 1971-Jan. 21, 1972 216. 80 

8210 Harold N. Brown, Mar. 21-Apr. 12, 1972 36.00 

18 8235 Leroy R. Kirkpatrick, advance of travel funds, Apr. 10, 1972 750.00 

21 8319 American Airlines, Inc., official travel for Members and staff, Feb. 17, 1972 388.00 

8320 Barton, Duer & Koch Paper Co., paper supplies, Mar. 20, 1972 49. 20 

8321 Foreign Affairs, 1-year subscription, Apr. 12, 1972-73 15.76 

Reimbursement for personnel services: 

8322 National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Jan. 4-Mar. 3, 1972 7, 110. 62 

8323 National Bureau of Standards, Nov. 26, 1971-Feb. 5, 1972 3,753.20 

25 8348 Robert B.Foster, reimbursement for expenses incurred on official business, Apr. 19,1972-. 12.00 
8349 Milton B. Meredith, rei mbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, 

D.C.,toBoston,Mass.,Apr. 12-14, 1972 112.50 

Reimbursement for personnel services: 

26 8405 DefenseContract Audit Agency, March 1972 - 2,455.02 

8406 Federal Bureau of Investigation, March 1972 88,333.07 

8407 Gastaldi & C. S.p.A.-TWA agent, official travel for Members and staff, Feb. 15, 1972 106. 58 

8408 General Binding Corp., plastic bindings, Apr. 13, 1972... - 65.00 

General Services Administration: 

Auto rental s for official business— 

8409 Oct. 26, 1971-Jan. 9, 1972 340.76 

8410 Jan. 12-Feb. 2, 1972 -- 193.26 

8411 Nov. 29-Dec. 3,1971 104.19 

Reimbursement for personnel services— 

8412 Jan.23-Feb. 29, 1972 2,963.25 

8413 Dec. 12, 1971-Jan. 22, 1972 4,067.46 

Reimbursement for personnel services: 

8414 Headquarters, U.S. Army Audit Agency, March 1972 1,695.30 

8415 National Aeronautics and Space Administration, March 1972.. 2, 254. 13 

8416 Do 836.75 

8417 National Bureau of Standards, Feb. 6-Mar. 4, 1972 2, 987.00 

Naval Audit Service— 

8418 February 1972 1, 483,44 

8419 Jan. 15-21 and March 1972 1,882.91 

8420 Departmentof Health, Education, and Welfare, reimbursement for medical services Oct.20, 

1971 14.00 

8421 DHEW-HSMHA-NCHSRD, reimbursement for personnel services, February 9,1972 ; ' 3,871.37 

8475 Pan American World Airways, Inc., official travel for Members and staff, Feb. 16, 1972 89.00 

May 4 8828 Willie C. Law, 5^1 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to 

Dallas and San Antonio, Tex., Apr. 9-14, and ground transportation, March-April 1972.. 213. 75 

5 8880 Chesapeake & Potomac Teisphone Co., official telephone service, March 1972. 31.03 

8904 Xerox Corp., meter usage, March 1972 289.27 

8909 Department of Housing and Urban Development, reimbursment for personnel services 

Jan. 3-Mar. 31, 1972 3,215.58 

8910 U.S. General Accounting Office, official travel for Members and staff, Jan. Sl-Feb. 18, 1972.. 516. 55 
8940 Barton, Duer & Koch Paper Co., 20,000 sheets mimeo paper, Apr. 12, 1972 49. 20 

12 9069 Harold N. Brown, reimburse Tient for travel exp3n33s incurred while on detail to the com- 
mittee, Apr. 13-May 3, 1972 38.00 

15 9114 Xerox Corp., Equipment placement charge for Xerox 650-1 copier, May 8, 1972. 17.46 

General Services Administration: 

Auto rentals for official business— 

15 9132 Jan. 21-25, 1972 69.06 

9133 Jan. 9-Feb. 12,1972 , 159.23 

9134 Rslmbursementfor personnel services, March 1972 --- 3,223.00 

9135 Northwest Airlines, Inc., official travel for Members and staff, Apr. 8, 1972. 300.00 

June 6 9595 Harold N. Brown, reimbursement for official local travel expenses. May 4-24, 1972 36.00 

8 9779 DHEW-HSMHA-NCHSRD, reimbursement for personnel services, April 1972 ?'?i?-on 

9780 DefenseContract Audit Agency, reimbursement for personnel services, April 1972.. 2, 134.80 

9781 Federal Bureau of Investigation, reimbursement for personnel services. April 1972 83,052. 32 

79-639—72 13 



188 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

Date No. SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS— Continued 
1972 

June 8 9782 General Binding Corp., 500 Cerlox plastic bindings, May 4, 1972 $49.00 

General Services Administration: 

Reimbursement for car furnished staff member for travel on official business— 

9783 Mar.3-5, 1970 _ 28.99 

9784 Jan. 17-18 and Feb. 13-15, 1972.. 55.06 

9785 Feb. 11-18 and 15-18,1972 126.13 

9786 Reimbursenent for miscellaneous office supplies obtained through Self-Service Store, 

March 1972___ 21.66 

9787 Reimbursement for personnel services, April 1-29, 1972 2,280.27 

9788 Headquarters, U.S. Army Audit Agency, rei.nbursement for personnel services, Apr. 3-28 

and Mar. 27-31, 1972 2,036.94 

9789 Hertz Corp., auto rentals for official business. Mar. 27-31, 1972 117.25 

9790 National Aeronautics & Space Administration, reimbursement for personnel services, Mar. 

6-31, 1972 3,078.90 

9791 National Bureau of Standards, reimbursement for personnel services. Mar. 5-31, 1972 3, 517.23 

9792 Naval Audit Service, reimbursement for personnel services, Apr. 1-30, 1972 1,412.80 

9793 NorthwestAirlines,lnc.,officialtravelfor Members and staff, Apr. 18, 1972 2,644.32 

9794 Pan American World Airways, Inc., official travel for Members and staff, Apr. 19, 1972 991. 00 

9795 Office of the Secretary of Defense, reimbursement for personnel services, Oct. 26, 1971- 

Apr.21,1972 11,706.59 

9796 U.S. General Accounting Office, reimbursement for official travel expenses, Mar. 19-24, 

1972 658.25 

9806 DHEW-HSMHA-NCHSRD, reimbursementfor personnel services, March 1972 3,081.65 

9807 General ServicesAdministration, auto rentalsforofficial business, Feb. 14-24,1972.. 95.15 

9811 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, April 1972 .._ 82.93 

9 9881 Xerox Corp., meter usage, Mar. 30-Apr. 28, 1972 202.01 

13 9963 Barton, Duer& Koch Paper Co., 20,000 sheets mimeo paper. May 18, 1972 49.20 

9964 General Services Administration, auto rentals for official business, Feb.27-Mar. 2, 1972 82.22 

9965 Xerox Corp., reimbursement for setting up of new Xerox Copier 660-1, May 30, 1972 18.00 

27 10292 Leroy R. Kirkpatrick, 241-^ days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 

round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Honolulu, Hawaii; Hong Kong; Bangkok, Thailand; 

and Tokyo, Japan, April 23-May 17, 1972— 

Total travel expenses $1,001.00 

Less advance travel funds 750.00 

• 251.00 

28 10380 Xerox Corp., meter usage. May 1972 7.96 

29 10418 Northeast Airlines, Inc., official travel for Members and staff, June 14, 1972 76.00 

Salaries for 6 months 71,783.70 

Refunds and adjustments _ (214.30) 



Total paid from 1972 appropriations. 685,811.77 

OFFICE OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL ~ 

Mar. 8 6991 Shepard's Citations, balance due on 1969 edition of Shepard's Federal Citations, Nov. 10, 

1969_ 25.00 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 25.00 



Feb. 8 6044 Georgetown Law Journal, vol. 50, issue 1, October 1971, Jan. 13, 1972 3.00 

6045 Shepard's Citations, Shepard's Acts and Cases by Popular Names, 1971 Supplement, Jan. 

10,1972 8.00 

6046 West Publishing Co., miscellaneous publications, Jan. 5, 1972 202. 50 

6085 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., long distance service, November 1971 45. 55 

60S8 Trans World Airlines, Inc., official travel for Members and staff, Nov. 9, 1971 540 00 

6100 Office Supply Service, miscellaneous stationery items, December 1971 71. 54 

6102 Eastern Airlines, Inc., official travel for Members and staff, Nov. 28, 1971 52.00 

9 6175 Xerox Corp., meter usage and equipment placement charge, November-December 1971... 1,741.63 

16 6351 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., long distance service, December 1971 4.45 

25 6552 Selective Service Law Reporter, 1-year subscription to vol. 5, January 1972-73 65.00 

28 6608 Office Supply Service, miscellaneous stationery items, January 1972 60.33 

29 6648 XeroxCorp.,meter usage, January 1972 742.05 

Mar. 10 7098 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, January 1972. 11.85 

24 7438 Office Supply Service, miscellaneous stationery items, February 1972 90.64 

28 7486 Sidney Kramer Books, 1 copy of The AsGualt on Privacy, Feb. 17, 1972. 8.40 

29 7576 Xerox Corp., meter usage, February 1972 827.08 

Apr. 14 8136 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, February 1972 5.40 

21 8324 LernerLaw Book Co., Inc., 1 copy of Hart and Wechler Judicial Code and Rules of Procedure, 

Apr. 10,1972 7.00 

8325 Office Supply Service, miscellaneous stationery items, March 1972 118. 39 

26 8422 CommerceClearingHouse,lnc.,2copiesof Internal Revenue Code, June 1971, Apr. 5,1972.. 7.00 
8423 Shepard's Citations, 1-year subscription, April 1972-73 . 130.00 

May 5 9000 Xerox Corp., meter usage, March 1972 957.19 

16 9136 West Publishing Co., miscellaneous publications, Apr. 12, 1972 245.50 

June 8 9798 Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., 1-year subscription to United States Law Week, May 15, 

1972-73_. _^ 158.00 

9799 Commerce Clearing House, Inc , 15 copies of Internal Revenue Code, Apr. 20, 1972... 52. 50 

9800 Jefferson Law Book Co., Canal Zone Code and Pocket Parts, May 5, 1972 47. 50 

9812 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, April 1972 . 3.95 

9846 Office Supply Service, miscellaneous stationery items, April 1972 67.75 



189 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JANUARY 1 TO JUNE 30, 1972— Continued 

Date No. SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

OFFICE OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL— Continued 
1972 
June 13 9966 Commerce Clearing House, Inc., 1-year subscription to Food Drug & Cosmetic Law Journal, 

May 1972-73 $20.00 

9967 Lerner Law Book Co., Inc., 2 copies of Uniform Commercial Code, May 23, 1972 13.00 

9968 Fred B. Rothman & Co., California Law Review, vol. 60, March 1972 3.72 

22 10221 Office Supply Service, miscelleneous stationery items, May 1972 226.11 

28 10381 Xerox Corp., mater usage. May 1972 903.94 

Salaries for 6 months 299,836.98 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 307,277.95 

ATTENDING PHYSICIAN— TECHNICAL ASSISTANT 

Salaries for 6 months 10,986.30 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS, SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 25. 00 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 28.23 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 11,893,974.33 

Total ..11,894,027.56 



190 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. CLERK HIRE, MEMBERS, RESIDENT COMMISSIONER, AND DELEGATE Amount 

1972 

Apr. 13 8068 Bob Wilson, payment of unpaid compensation due to the death of F.Vi/. Kirby Hawkes $1,358.73 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations _ 1, 358.73 

Refunds and adjustments (63.38) 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations (63. 38) 

Payment of unpaid compensation: 

Mar. 3 6910 LucilleS. Glover, due to the death of James Edward Glover 175.83 

6911 Nellie F.Webster, due to the death of James L.Webster 175.83 

20 7274 Peter E.Gruenstein, repayment of Federal tax levy deducted from February 1972 salary 12.72 

Payment of unpaid compensation; 

23 7389 WlaryM. Arter.duetothedeathofWilliam A.Arter 141.26 

24 7439 MargaretM. Krawczuk,duetothedeathof Russell Y.Krawczuk 1,141.14 

31 7650 Harold Hoffman,duetothe death of Hattie Belle Hoffman 10.00 

Apr. 12 8030 Carol A. Montgomery, due to the death of Henry W. Montgomery 131.88 

21 8329 GladysN.Barnett.duetothedeathof Donald B.Barnett... 498.27 

May 10 9037 Margaret E. Desmond, duetothedeath of James L. Desmond 32.69 

31 9432 JeanM.Dodson,duetothedeathof JohnL.Dodson 484.98 

June 13 9962 Kathryn M. Luce, duetothedeath of Nellie V.Clark... _._ 391.00 

15 10034 Frank C.Hopsonlll andJamesD.Hopper.duetothedeathofMargaretD. Atchison 200.00 

Salaries for 6 months 30,219,566.05 

Refunds and adjustments (8,724.98) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations. 30,214,236.67 

ATTENDING PHYSICIAN 

1972 
Jan. 20 5410 Robert F. Moran. reimbursement for expenses incurred purchasing supplies for office of 

AttendingPhysician.Nov. 16,1971-Jan.7, 1972 $97.56 

31 5731 Paul C. Carpenter, M.D., allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, 

Jan. 31, 1972 __... 200.00 

5732 Freeman H. Gary, M.D., allowance as senior assistant to the Attending Physician, as 

authorized, Jan. 31, 1972 600.00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, Jan. 31, 1972: 

5733 James A. Gary ___ 200.00 

5734 Millard J. Gomez 200.00 

5735 Richard L. Wlaliea 200.00 

5736 R. J. Pearson, M.D., allowance as Attending Physician, as authorized, Jan. 31, 1972 1, 000. 00 

Allowance as an assistant to thfl Attending Physician, as authorized, Jan. 31, 1972; 

5737 J. BrianSheedy, M.D _. 200.00 

5738 Ellsworth J.Shegonee 200.00 

5739 William F. Wroda 200.00 

Feb. 3 5955 Canalco _ _ 69.00 

Commanding Officer, National Naval Medical Center 1, 301. 52 

J. B. LiDpincottCo 75.00 

Picker Corp 60.00 

W.B.Saunders Co _._ 26.50 

Year Book Medical Publishers 14.55 

5956 Defense Personnel Support Center 248.59 

District Wholesale Drug Corp. 574.32 

J. A. Preston Corp_. 936.50 

Scientific Products 52L28 

4 5969 A. J. Buck & Son 143.90 

Cenco 46.50 

Commanding Officer, National Naval Medical Center 455. 19 

Eli Lillys Co 331.63 

General Electric 48.15 

S & W X-ray Chemical Service, Inc ._ 16.50 

6010 Paul C. Carpenter, M.D., reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, to attend 
the American College of Physicians, Disorders of Acid Base & Electrolyte Metabolism, 

from Washington, D.C., to Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 2-7, 1972 291. 89 

22 6481 American College of Cardiology 45.00 

General Electric 248.30 

Hewlett Packard 26.25 

J. A. Preston Corp.__ 93.50 

W. B. Saunders Co 29.70 

Worthington Biochemical Corp. 69.85 

6482 A. H. Robins... _ 90.94 

Eaton Laboratories 289. 10 

G. D. Searle 93.60 

Smith, Kline & French Laboratories 81.00 

S & W X-ray Chemical Service, Inc 119.50 

Wyeth Laboratories 105.10 

29 6635 Freeman H. Gary, M.D., allowance as senior assistant to the Attending Physician, as au- 
thorized, Feb. 29, 1972 600.00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Pnysician, as authorized, Feb. 29, 1972: 

6636 Paul C. Carpenter, M.D.. 200.00 

6637 James A. Gary 200.00 



191 
DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



No. ATTENDING PHYSICIAN Amount 



)72 Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, Feb. 29, 1972: 

29 6638 Millard J.Gomez - $200.00 

6639 Richard L IVIallea r-„w-,w-r.- , ^PS'SS 

6640 R.J. Pearson, M.D., allowance as Attending Physician, as authorized, Feb. 29, 1972 1,000.00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician as authorized, Feb. 29, 1972: 

6641 J. Brian Sheedy, Wl.D 200.00 

6642 Ellsworth J. Shegonee 200.00 

6643 William F. Wroda 200.00 

Robert F. Moran, reimbursement for expenses incurred purchasing supplies for office of the 

Attending Physician: „, „„ 

.16 7218 Jan. 17-Feb. 9,1972 94.90 

7219 Feb. 14-IVlar.9, 1972 - ---- 78.03 

17 7264 A. J. Buck &Son, Inc --- Jl'o^ 

Commander, Defense Personnel Support Center — 382.35 

District Wholesale Drug Co - 603.80 

J. A. Preston Corp --- 21.44 

Parke-Davis -. 24.17 

Williams aWilkins Co - --- 24.50 

20 7279 Canalco.- ---- 69.00 

Cenco --- , 46.00 

Commanding Officer, National i^laval Medical Center 3,073. 19 

Little Brown & Co_ 50.77 

Rocom 108.00 

American Journal of iVIedicine 18.00 

7283 American College of Cardiology 6.50 

F. A. Davis Co 19-70 

Pfizer Diagnostics Division --- 114.92 

S & W X-ray Chemical Service - 21.00 

Scientific Products _-_ 257.32 

W. B.Sanders Co 59.40 

7284 Avionics Research Products 1,767.52 

Inhalation Equipment Co 140.09 

Lange Medical Publications 7.35 

Lederle Laboratories - 158.44 

Mosby ---- 37.35 

New England Journal of Medicine 40.00 

29 7542 Air Products & Chemicals 18.75 

Commanding Officer, National Naval Medical Center 853.36 

Lea & Febiger 22.50 

Scientific Products -- 19-00 

Tampa Tracings - - - 69. 25 

Warren E.Collins --- 434.56 

31 7640 Paul C. Carpenter, M.D. , allowance as an assistanttothe Attending Physician, as authorized 

Mar. 31, 1972 200.00 

7641 Freeman H. Cary, M.D., allowance as senior assistanttothe Attending Physician, as author- 

ized, Mar.31, 1972 - 600.00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, Mar. 31, 1972: 

7642 James A. Gary 200.00 

7643 Millard J.Gomez 200.00 

7644 Richard L. Mallea 200.00 

7645 R. J. Pearson, M.D., allowance as Attending Physician, as authorized, Mar. 31, 1972 1, 000. 00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, Mar. 31, 1972: 

7646 J. Brian Sheedy, M.D 200.00 

7647 Ellsworth J. Shegonee 200.00 

7648 William F. Wroda 200.00 

19 8248 American College of Cardiology 60.00 

Arcum Pharmaceutical Corp 138.60 

General Binding Corp 94.20 

Roche Laboratories 184.80 

BurdickCorp 52.50 

Year Book Medical Publishers.. 80.00 

26 8397 Robert F. Moran, reimbursement for expenses incurred purchasing supplies for office of 

Attending Physician, Mar. 7-29, 1972 64.51 

27 8598 Arrow Plastic Products, Inc 22.80 

Ciba Pharmaceutical Co 98.01 

District Wholesale DrugCorp . 397.73 

Geigy 51.22 

Merck Sharp & Dohme 199.88 

U.S.V. Pharmaceutical Corp 49.63 

28 8601 Paul C. Carpenter, M.D., allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized , 

Apr. 30,1972 200.00 

8602 Freeman H. Cary, M.D., allowance as senior assistant to the Attending Physician, as author- 

ized, Apr. 30, 1972 . 600.00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, Apr. 30, 1972: 

8603 James A. Gary 200.00 

8604 Millard J. Gomez 200.00 

8605 Richard L. Mallea.. 200.00 

8606 R.J. Pearson, M.D.,allovi/ance as Attending Physician, as authorized, Apr. 30,1972 1,000.00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, Apr. 30, 1972: 

8607 J. Brian Sheedy, M.D... 200.00 

8608 Ellsworth J. Shegonee 200.00 

8609 William F. Wroda 200.00 

8628 District Wholesale DrugCorp 383.88 

S&WX-ray Chemical Service,... - 21.00 



192 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Dat3 No. 



ATTENDING PHYSICIAN 



Amount 



1972 
May 1 8748 



25 


9360 


31 


9404 




9405 




9406 
9407 
9408 
9409 


June 9 


9410 
9411 
9412 
9900 



12 9914 



9915 



9916 



13 9950 
15 10074 



27 10331 



28 10376 

30 10441 

10442 



10443 
10444 
10445 
10446 

10447 
10448 
10449 
10450 
10458 



A. J. Buck & Son, Inc $63.60 

Angelica Uniform Co .._ 53.64 

Ayerst Laboratories .- 176.64 

Beth iVlont Surgical Supply Co 22.44 

Canaico -- 143.00 

Smith, Kline & French Lab 65.68 

Robert F. Wloran, reimbursement for expenses incurred purchasing supplies for office of 

Attending Physician, Apr. 4-lVlay 2, 1972 ._ 54.31 

Paul C. Carpenter, IVI.D., allowance as an assistant to the Attending Phydician, as author- 
ized, May 31, 1972 200.00 

Freeman H. Gary, M.D., allowance as senior assistant to the Attending Physician, as au- 
thorized, May 31, 1972 600.00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, May 31, 1972: 

James A.Gary 200.00 

Millard J.Gomez _ 200.00 

Richard L. Mallea 200.00 

R. J. Pearson, M.D., allowance as Attending Physician, as authorized, May 31, 1972 1,000.00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, May 31, 1972: 

J. Brian Sheedy,M.D 200.00 

Ellsworth J.Shegonee -- 200.00 

William F.Wroda _-. 200. CO 

Ayerst Laboratorias ._- 177. 84 

Commanding Officer, National Naval Medical Center 1,529.88 

District Wholesale Drug Corp 391.32 

Guardian Safety Equipment Co _ 7.89 

J. A. Preston Corp _ 224.75 

Marquis Who's Who, Inc 43.50 

Ames Co 87.47 

Commanding Officer, National Naval Medical Center . 2,230.41 

General Electric 34.50 

Polaroid Corp _ 110.00 

Scientific Products ___ .-_ 651.34 

Year Book Medical Publishers 14.05 

A. H. Robins , ._._ 229.48 

Audio-digest Foundation 75. 00 

Eli Lilly & Co 271.59 

S & W X-ray Chemical Service. - 33.00 

Lumiscope Co., Inc 31.60 

Senate Stationery Room 66.95 

Abbott Laboratories 54.04 

A. J. Buck &Son, lnc__. 16.60 

Eaton Laboratories 235. 20 

E. N. Rowell Co., Inc 281.16 

Schering Corp 162.16 

Smith, Kline & French Lab 76.65 

Robert F. Moran, reimbursement for expenses incurred purchasing supplies for the office 

of Attending Physician, May 9-26, 1972 _._ 74.85 

A. J. Buck &Son, Inc 43.90 

Cenco --_ 17.80 

Hewlett Packard _ 41.00 

Soecialty Engineering Service Co 120.00 

Medical Letter _ _._ 44.75 

Williams & Wilkins Co 24.00 

Arcum 273.60 

Burroughs Wellcome & Co =. 317.64 

District Wholesale Drug Corp.. _._ 295.76 

Hewlett Packard 57.00 

J. A. Preston Corp... 286.26 

Schering Corp 585.65 

Rufus J. Pearson '.IVl.D., reimbursement for official travel expenses to attend Naval War 

College, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Newport, R.I., June 11-16, 1972 338.60 

Paul C. Carpenter, M.D., allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as author- 
ized, June 21, 1972 139.86 

Freeman H. Gary, M.D., allowance as senior assistant to the Attending Physician, as 

authorized, June 30, 1972 600.00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, June 30, 1972: 

James A. Gary 200.00 

Millard J. Gomez 200.00 

Richard L. Mallea. 200.00 

R. J. Pearson, M.D., allowance as Attending Physician, as authorized, June 30, 1972 1, 000. 00 

Albw»ncp as ^n assistant to' the Attending Physician, as authoized, June 30, 1972: 

J. Brian Sheedy, M.D 153.18 

Ellsworth J. Shegonee... 200.00 

Larry V. Staker, M.D 79.92 

William F. Wroda. 200.00 

Commanding Officer, National Naval Medical Center 1, 151. 65 

Grune & Stratton, Inc 18.50 

Roche Laboratories 226.12 

S & W X-ray Chemical Service 24.00 

Winthrop Laboratories 116.48 

Worthington Biochemical Corp 68.25 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 46, 892. 50 



193 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, AND SERVICES 

1972 

Feb. 24 6534 U.S. Department of Labor, reimbursement for total benefits and other payments made 

from Employees' Compensation Fund during fiscal year indicated on account of injury 

or death of employees or persons under jurisdiction of department or agency billed, 

occurringafterDec.31,1960,referenceSec.209,ofP.L. 86-767, approved Sept. 13,1960, 

5 U.S.C. 8147 $15,662.00 

Mar. 29 7570 Marvin Preminger, attorney for Novelty Scenic Studios, Inc., furnishing and installing tracks 

and drapes for TV studio, 1968 2,148.00 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 17,810.00 

Jan. 24 5546 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, June 1971 10.95 

Printing official payroll, Oct. 16, 1970 196.36 

EveningStar Newspaper Co., bid proposal, June 21, 1971 94. 24 

General Services Administration, pamphlets, Apr. 30, 1971 13.00 

Pitney-Bowes, Inc., material for check signing machine, June 24, 1971 15. 00 

Press Associations, Inc., wire service, June 1971 132. 00 

Rentex Linen Service, supplies, June 30, 1971 58. 20 

S. C. M. Corn., supplies, June 24, 1971 28.00 

yVashington Post Co., bids, June 26, 1971 125.24 

Womack Industries, Inc: 

Disinfecting services, January 1971 176. 00 

27 5659 Exterminating, July 1-Dec. 31, 1971 1,062.00 

Feb. 8 6081 Librarv of Congress, lamination of ID cards. Committee on House Administration, Jan. 6, 

1972 3.00 

Steuart Motor Co., repairs to official auto, House Post Office: 

16 6406 Mar. 8, 1971 12.60 

6407 June3, 1971 29.65 

Apr. 13 8064 Mar.20,1972 3.78 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations.. 1,960. 02 



Jan. 10 5213 John W. McCormack, reimbursement for official office expenses incurred outside the 
District of Columbia, quarterly period ending Dec. 31, 1971, pursuant to H. Res. 1238, 

91st Congress _. 300.00 

12 5253 Newspaper subscriptions for Speaker's Lobby: 

Albuquerque Journal. 36.00 

Arkansas Democrat 38.00 

Arkansas Gazette 55.00 

Atlanta Constitution 63.16 

Atlanta Journal 67.23 

Billings Gazette 33.00 

Birmingham Post Herald & News 39.00 

Boston Globe 108.00 

Boston Herald-Traveler Corp 72.75 

Buffalo Evening News 48.00 

Capital Times 41.60 

Casper Star-Tribune 35.00 

Charleston Gazette 46.80 

Charlotte Observer 52.20 

Chicago Tribune 52.00 

Cincinnati Enquirer 54.60 

Clarksburg Exponent 28.60 

Columbus Dispatch 53.45 

Courier Post 42.00 

Daily Oklahoman 31.00 

Dallas Morning News 36.00 

Denver Post : 48.00 

Des Moines Register & Tribune 65.00 

Detroit News 72.80 

Dominion News ^ 30.00 

Evening & Sunday Bulletin 50.00 

Florida Times Union 60.00 

Fort Worth Star Telegram .. 39.00 

Grand Rapids Press 48.00 

Great Falls Tribune 35.00 

Greenville News Piedmont Co 41.60 

Honolulu Advertiser 84.00 

Houston Chronicle.. 81.00 

Independent Record 25.00 

Indianapolis Star 63.00 

Jersey Journal 24.00 

Joplin Globe 31.40 

Kansas City Star 49.40 

Knoxville News-Sentinel 44. 2o 

Los Angeles Times 78.00 

Manchester Union Leader 57. 00 

Miami Herald 101.00 

Miami News 52.00 

Milwaukee Journal- 70.00 

Milwaukee Sentinel , 31.00 



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Dato No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, AND SERVICES— Continued 
1972 
Jan. 12 5253 Newspaper subscriptions for Speaker's Lobby — Continued 

IVlinneapolis Tribune $65. 00 

IVlinot Daily News 30.00 

Montgomery Advertiser 49.40 

I^yiorning Advocate 51.00 

New Mexican 33.00 

New York Post 44.00 

Newark Star Ledger 44.00 

News & Courier. 36.40 

News Journal Co 38.00 

Oakland Tribune 60.00 

Oklahoma Times 31.00 

Oregon Statesman 30.00 

Oregonian__ 60.00 

Oregon Journal 36.00 

Orlando Sentinel 67.60 

Panama City News Herald 42.00 

Patriot.. 30.00 

Pensacola News Journal 80.45 

Pittsburgh Post Gazette 9.65 

Press Herald & Express 71.40 

Richmond Times Dispatch 41.60 

Sacramento Bee 54.00 

St. Louis Globe Democrat.. 48.00 

St. Louis Post Dispatch... 62.00 

St. Paul Pioneer Press 88.40 

San Antonio Light 30.00 

San Francisco Chronicle 64.50 

Savannah Morning News.. 43.00 

Seattle Post Intelligencer 90.00 

Seattle Times 89.00 

Shreveport Times . 27.00 

Sunday Patriot News 20.80 

The State 57.00 

Texarkana Gazette 30.00 

Times Picayune 55.20 

Roanoke Times 44.00 

Topeka Capital Journal 45.00 

Trenton Times . 63.60 

Tulsa World 45.00 

Virginian Pilot 47.00 

Wheeling Intelligencer & INews 36.00 

Wichita Falls Times . 27.50 

Wisconsin State Journal... 59.80 

World Herald.. . 57.20 

14 5294 Ancorp National Services, Inc 258.40 

5295 Humble, gasoline, Office of the Clerk, December 1971 6.60 

17 5327 Empire Laundry, Inc., laundry service furnished to the House of Representatives as per 

contract, December 1971 4,019.19 

19 5368 Miles Glass Co., glass desk top 17.90 

Arlington Paper Supply Co., Inc., custodial supplies.. 405.75 

Dixie Janitor Supply Co., Inc., custodial supplies 105.84 

S. Freedman & Sons, Inc., custodial supplies 225.22 

20 5389 Congressional Quarterly Service: 

1-year subscription, Office of the Majority Leader, Dec. 31,1971-72 144.00 

1 copy of Guide to U.S. Congress, Office of the Majority Leader, Sept. 30, 1971 35,00 

National Journal: 

1-year subscriptions — 

Speaker's office, Jan. 1, 1972 200.00 

Office of the Majority Leader, Feb. 25, 1972 100.00 

Office of Majority Whip, Feb. 26, 1972 200.00 

5413 Lee D. Butler, Inc., auto repairs. Office of the Clerk, Jan. 11,1972 12.50 

22 5506 Office Supply Service, stationery supplies furnished committees, officers of the House of 

Representatives and others, December 1971 6,434.41 

5526 Bell & Howell, film duplication, Dec. 30,1971 74.04 

5528 West Publishing Co., 379 sets of U.S. Code Annotated, index S-Z (2 vols.), Dec. 27, 1971.. 3,032.00 

5533 U.S. Capitol Historical Society, calendars. 39,867.00 

Columbia Bag Supply Co., Inc., supplies 494.20 

Supreme Equipment & Systems Corp., file boxes 59.40 

Advanced Equipment Co., Inc., custodial supplies. 12.29 

Dixie JanitorSupply Co., Inc., custodial supplies... 30.18 

Westvaco, supplies 2,014. 06 

24 5548 Washington Ca,jital Newsservice, wire service, July 1, 1971-Jan. 31, 1972 630.00 

Xerox Corp., photo-printing payroll, July 16-Dec. 30, 1971 1,744.18 

Evening Star Co., bid proposals, Aug. 3, 1971 45.60 

General Services Administration, pamphlets Sept. 30, 1971 31.85 

IBM Corp., checks, Aug. 2, 1971 31.50 

Lamb Seal & Stencil Co., die for notary seal, Oct. 13, 1971 5.50 

Polaroid Corp., laminations, July 21, 1971 132.00 

Press Association, Inc., wire service, July 1-Dec. 31, 1971 792.00 

Rentex Linen, uniform service, July 1-Nov. 30, 1971 303.60 

Singer, two dies for 1972 check signing machine, Dec. 27, 1971 19.50 



195 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1972 

Jan. 25 5552 



5556 



26 5595 



27 5675 
5676 
5708 

28 5716 



SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, AND SERVICES— Continued 

Newspaper subscriptions for the Speaker's Lobby: 

Abilene Reporter Nev^s $48.00 

Bangor Daily News 48.00 

Cleveland Plain Dealer 57.20 

Detroit Free Press 67.60 

Dulutii News Tribune. 39.00 

Louisville Courier Journal 57. 20 

Memphis Press Scimitar 66.60 

Nashville Tennessean 48.00 

New York News,... 49.00 

New York Times 95.00 

Providence Journal Co 67.60 

Raleigh News & Observer 36.40 

Rochester Democrat & Chronicle 75.00 

Sioux Falls Argus Leader 36. 00 

Spokesman Review 51.00 

Springfield Leader & Press -.. 25.20 

Tampa Tribune 57.20 

West Publishing Co., U.S. Code Annotated 378.00 

Systems Service & Sales, special labels and holders 150.00 

J. Wlilton Baker Co., custodial supplies 78.31 

Bell & Howell, supplies - -- 26.70 

John W. McCormack, reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of 

ColumbiaforthequarterendingDec.31,1971, pursuant to H. Res. 1238, 91st Congress.... 144.30 
Architect of the Capitol: 

Gasoline and oil, Office of the Clerk, November-December 1971 44. 32 

Gasoline, House Post Office, November-December 1971 44.96 

OfficeSupply Service, stationery supplies furnished John W. McCormack, per Public Law 

91-665, Jan. 8, 1971. __ ___ 16.90 

Newspaper subscriptions: 

Commercial Appeal 66. 60 

Tulsa World.. _. 3.75 

American BankStationery Co., supplies. Sergeant at Arms, Jan. 10, 1972 2, 355. 37 

Rentex Linen Rental, uniform service, Dec. 31, 1971. 24.60 

Xerox Corp., photocopy of House payroll, Jan. 14, 1972. 103.98 

U.S. Capitol Historical Society, calendars 41,031.00 

LawyersCo-OperativePublishingCo.,1 volume of American Jurisprudence 22.50 

Press Association, Inc., wire service, Office of Finance, January 1972 - 132.00 

MaclVlillanBloedel Packaging Ltd., corrugated boxes 533.49 

S.Freedman &Sons, Inc., supplies 225.22 

Humble, gasoline, Officeofthe Clerk, Jan. 31, 1972 ---- 20.00 

IBiVICorp.,9,000specimencheckswithstubs, Dec.28, 1971 70.92 

Libraryof Congress, lamination of ID cards: 

Jan. 6, 1972 - -- 6.00 

Jan. 18,1972 1-50 

Washington Post Co., classified advertising. Office of the Clerk, Jan. 22, 1972 24. 64 

West Publishing Co., 2 sets of U.S. Code Annotated, Jan. 5-6, 1972 756. 00 

American Airlines, Inc., official travel for Members and staff, Dec. 23, 1971 52. 00 

Edward T. Kellaher, 1 dajy per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to New 

York City, Nov. 26-27, 1971 35.00 

Diebold, Inc., service to power file, Jan. 21, 1972 20.85 

IBM Corp., official checks, Office of Finance, Feb. 1, 1972 63.00 

National Journal, 1-year subscription, Office of the Majority Leader 100.00 

Columbia Bag Supply Co., corrugated paper 275.00 

Potomac Rubber Co., Inc., custodial supplies 79.68 

S. Freedman & Sons, Inc., custodial supplies ^^57. 92 

Dixie Janitor Supply Co., Inc 6.57 

Miles Glass Co., glass tops 498.30 

Empire Laundry, Inc., laundry service furnished to the House of Representatives as per 

contract, January 1972 3,523.09 

West Publishing Co., 378 sets of U.S. Code Annotated, 1971 Pocket Parts, Jan. 25, 1972... 25, 515. 00 

Capitol Hill Men's Shop, uniforms for the chauffeur, Office of the Clerk, Jan. 27, 1972 214. 25 

Steuatt Motor Co., repair to official auto, House Post Office, Feb. 2, 1972 51.93 

Womack Industries, Inc., termite control, Officeofthe Doorkeeper, Jan. 31, 1972 179.00 

Polaroid Corp., supplies Jno'nn 

ABC Barber Supply Co., Inc., new shoe shine stand Iqaao 

Westvaco, corrugated boxes loo^n 

Moore Business Forms, Inc., voting record forms 198.70 

Chemistry Hall Laboratories, Inc., custodial supplies 120. 00 

Myra Deane Co., supplies 27.00 

National Journal, binders, Feb. 3, 1972 -- --- i ?§ 

Baltimore-Warner Paper Co., Inc., supplies 160. 52 

D.E.Otley, supplies 346.10 

Golden Star Valet Service, supplies 64.80 

West Publishing Co., 378 copies each of 1972 Federal Tax Regulations, 2 vols, and 1972 

Internal Revenue Code, Feb. 10, 1972 22,113.00 

Office Supply Service: 

For stationery supolies furnished committees, officers of the House of Representatives 

and others, January 1972 5,657.99 

Stationery supolies furnished John W. McCormack, per P. L. 91-665 dated Jan. 8, 1971, 

Jan. 31, 1972 5.96 



31 
Feb. 3 


5778 
5952 




5961 


8 


6036 
6037 




6078 
6079 


9 


6080 
6082 
6083 
6084 
6106 
6173 


10 
11 


6192 
6193 
6266 
6277 



6303 

6304 

16 6405 
6408 
6409 

17 6419 



24 6518 

25 6545 



6561 

28 6597 
6607 



196 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, AND SERVICES— Continued 
1972 

Feb. 28 6617 W.W.Grainger, Inc., belts $3.09 

Columbia Bag Supply Co., corrugated paper .._ 425.00 

T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., I nc: 

Record storage boxes. 2,001.09 

Corrugated boxes 398.20 

Mar. 2 6885 AncorpNational Services, Inc., newspapersfurnishedtheSpeaker's Lobby, January 1972... 258.40 

6886 Burroughs Corp., 10 rolls Code CLT paper. Sergeant at Arms, Feb. 10,1972 25.20 

3 6938 West Publishing Co., 2 sets of U.S. Code Annotated, 164 volumes with 1971 pocket parts, 

Jan. 27, 1972 756.00 

6 6953 USAFINCISCOIVI, security files, Feb. 17,1972 _._ 9,193.69 

Allied PackagingCorp.,supplies, Feb. 23, 1972 62.37 

6962 RentexLinenS Uniform Rental, January 1972 65.40 

Washington Capital News Service, February 1972 90.00 

XeroxCorp.,reproductionof payroll, January 1972 104.36 

4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from Washing- 
ton, D.C., to Kansas City, Kans., Feb. 6-9, 1972: 

8 7037 JohnH.CIagettlll 182.05 

7038 Christians Walker _. 179.89 

7041 Pitney-Bowes, parts _. _._ 12.50 

Capitol Radio Wholesalers, electric bulbs. 6.70 

Baer-Slade Corp., supplies 180.00 

West Chemical Products, Inc., supplies. _. 534.75 

Advanced Equipment Co., Inc., hand truck 60.00 

Dixie Janitor Supply Co., I nc 50.27 

7091 Bell & Howell, 10 rolls of IVID3film and processing, Sergeant at Arms, Feb. 28, 1972 48. 40 

7092 Congressional Quarterly Service, 1-year subscription, Apr. 30,1972-73 144.00 

Humble, gasoline, February 1972: 

10 7117 Office of the IWajority Leader. 70.39 

7119 Office of the Clerk... 20.61 

Health, Education, & Welfare: 

13 7147 Reimbursement for medical services. House of Representatives Restaurant, Feb. 15, 

1972 240.00 

7148 Reimbursement for medical service furnished by the Public Health Service Outpatient 

Clinic as per letter of authorization, at rate of $12.00 per visit, Aug. 12,1971 12.00 

7150 Empire Laundry, Inc., balance owed for January 1972 209.46 

7151 Press Association, Inc., soecialWashingtoncitywireservice, February 1972 . 132.00 

7153 West Publishing Co., 378 1971 I nternal Revenue Acts Pamphlet, pursuant to P.L. 90-392, 

February 1972 1,512.00 

14 7184 S. Freedman&Sons, Inc., kraftwrapping paper 131.72 

Supreme Equipments Systems Corp., steel file dividers.. 13.68 

Hermes Plastics, Inc., engraving supplies 179.86 

Chemistry Hall Laboratories, Inc., supplies 1, 767.00 

16 7220 EmpireLaundry, Inc., laundry service furnished the House of Representatives as per con- 

tract, February 1972 3.921.44 

7221 Office Supply Service, stationery supplies furnished committees, officers of the House of 

Representatives, and others, February 1972 13,401.90 

17 7254 Miles Glass Co., 4 glass desk tops 223.37 

S. Freedman & Sons, Inc., supplies 240.07 

7262 American Supply, Inc., supplies, February 1972 131.00 

General Services Administration, supplies, January 1972 170.00 

20 7275 Selig Chemical Industries, supplies . 112.68 

T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc., supplies 917.73 

Advanced Equipment Co., Inc., casters 26.38 

23 7353 William M. Miller, reimbursement for expenses for official business. Mar. 3, 1972 4.64 

Architect of the Capitol: 

24 7395 Gasoline and oil, Office of the Clerk, January-February 1972 54.34 

7396 Gasoline, House Post Office, January-February 1972 35.92 

27 7440 Lawyers Co-Operative Publishing Co., 1 volume of American Jurisprudence 2d 22.50 

National Plate Grainers, Inc., cleaning solvent 133.65 

New Hermes Engraving Machine Corp., engraving supplies 69.21 

S. Freedman & Sons, Inc., supplies 153.45 

28 7529 American Bank Stationery Co., miscellaneous stationery. Sergeant at Arms, Dec. 31, 

1971-Feb. 16, 1972. 2,474.49 

7530 Library of Congress, ID card. Mar. 10, 1972 1. 50 

30 7635 Allstate Insurance Co., reimbursement for repairs paid "for damages to automobile owned 

by Donald E.Grimes.. 211.15 

Donald E. Grimes, reimbursement of repairs paid for damages to his own automobile 100. 00 

31 7649 Westvaco, corrugated boxes 1,550.34 

T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc., corrugated boxes 375.04 

Hermes Plastics, Inc., engraving supplies 29.70 

General Services Administration, brooms... 17. 28 

Allied Packaging Corp., mailing tubes 66.82 

Dixie Plywood Co., supplies... 180.01 

Apr. 4 7807 Burroughs Corp., ribbons, Sergeant at Arms, Mar. 20, 1972 28.80 

7808 Capitol View Service, install fan belt. House Post Office, Mar. 20,1972. 9. 10 

5 7850 West Publishing Co., U.S. Code Annotated 63.50 

J. Milton Baker Co., custodial supplies 431.79 

Wall Products Co., supplies 47.04 

T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc., corrugated boxes. 974.61 

Advanced Equipment Co., Inc., custodial supplies. 16.50 



197 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISSURSEMENTS FROM CONTiNGEfiT FUND 

e No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, AND SERVICES— Continued 
972 
. 6 7944 John Kostelnick, reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., 

to York, Pa., Feb. 9-10, 1972 $61.40 

7945 Edward T. Kellaher, 1 day per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., 

to York, Pa., Feb. 9-10,1972 35.00 

7971 Control Data Corp., partial payment for computer contract, IVIar. 14, 1972 93,422.00 

12 8048 Bell & Howell, supplies. 20.65 

S. Freedman & Sons, Inc., custodial supplies .__ _ 447. 23 

J. IVIilton Baker Co., custodial supplies 127. 56 

13 8055 Times-Picayuna Publishing Corp., 1-year subscription. Office of Majority Leader, Mar. 21, 

1972-73 37.20 

14 8149 Hubmle,gasoline,OfficeoftheClerk,IVIar. 31, 1972 13.54 

8159 United Air Lines, Inc., official travel for Members and staff, Feb. 6-9, 1972 __ 380.00 

8208 Burroughs Corp., miscellaneous office supplies. Sergeant at Arms, Mar. 20, 1972___ 687. 50 

8209 Office Supply Service, miscellaneous stationery items furnished John W. McCormack, Dec. 

1, 1971-Mar. 28, 1972.-. - 35.41 

8218 IBM Corp., plant transportation for equipment 10.40 

8219 John W. i^/lcCormack, reimbursement for oificial office expenses incurred outside the 

District of Columbia, quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1972 pursuant to H. Res. 1238, 

91st Congress..-. 300.00 

8220 John W. McCormack, reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of 

Columbia, quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972, pursuant to H. Res. 1238, 91st Congress 144. 30 

17 8225 Clarion Ledger, subscription, Speaker's Lobby, Apr. 7, 1972... 36.60 

20 8271 Ames Supply Co., March 1972 276.97 

W.W.Grainger, Inc., March 1972 54.42 

IBM Corp., January 1972 1,704.47 

Royal Typewriter Co., March 1972 _ 33.90 

8305 Empire Laundry, Inc., laundry service furnished the House of Representatives as per 

contract, March 1972 4,691.66 

26 8402 West Publishing Co., USCA volumes 191-00 

Frank W. Winne & Son, Inc., cotton twine 413.57 

T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc., corrugated boxes 425. 10 

F.J. Patton Co., labels .- 120.78 

Ancorp National Services, Inc., newspapers furnished Speaker's Lobby: 

8458 March 1972 _. -- 258.40 

8459 February 1972 258.40 

8460 Bell & Howell, film duplication, Dec. 9, 1971-Mar. 7, 1972 30.85 

8482 Office Supply Service, stationery supplies furnished committees, officers of the House of 

Representatives and others, March 1972 11, 306.60 

8491 General Services Administration, memo pads, Feb. 29, 1972 24.00 

Pitney Bowes, Inc., repair check signer, Mar. 3, 1972 17.00 

Press Association, Inc., wire service, March 1972 132.00 

Rentex Linen & Uniform Rental, uniform rental, February 1972 37.20 

Washington Capitol News Service, wire service, March 1972 90.00 

Xerox Corp., photodu plication of payroll and rental of machine, Feb. 27 and Mar. 24,1972 — 281. 57 

27 8517 Romano L. Mazzoli, M.C., reimbursement for recovered equipment 30.00 

4 8812 Rentex Linen & Uniform Rental, March 1972 13.80 

United Press International, Inc., move teletype, Jan. 5, 1972.. 31.00 

Washington Capital News Service, wire service, April 1972 .-. --- 90.00 

Womack Industries, Inc., exterminating services, February-March 1972 358. 00 

Xerox Corp., photoduplication of payroll and equipment rental, Jan. 1-Apr. 14,1972 480.43 

8813 Lexington Herald-Leader Co., 1-year subscription, December 1971-72 35.00 

Newspaper Printing Corp., 1-year subscription, Apr. 18, 1972-73 105.00 

8826 Columbia Bag Supply Co., corrugated boxes 550.50 

Moore Business Forms, Inc., forms for computer service center 174.64 

5 8901 West Publishing Co., 382 sets of U.S.C.A. Constitution, Amendments 1 to 5 (2 vols.), Apr. 

13, 1972.. 3,056.00 

8938 Burroughs Corp., payment due on service contract on banking machines, Sergeant at Arms, 

Nov. 1, 1971-Mar. 1, 1972 266.95 

8939 Eaton Corp., power jack 2,758.00 

9 8959 Humble, gasoline and servicing, Office of the Clerk, Apr. 28, 1972 33.81 

10 9017 Control Data Corp., partial payment in accordance with contract, Committee on House 

Administration, Mar. 8-Apr. 7,1972 . 23,355.45 

9031 West Publishing Co., U.S. Code Annotated for Committee on Public Works 62. 50 

ABC Supply Co., Inc., barber bowls for House Barbershops 538.40 

Lamb Seal & Stencil Co., Inc., decals 5.00 

12 9101 American BankStationeryCo.,Sergeantat Arms, Apr. 24, 1972 1,750.99 

9102 Health, Education, & Welfare, reimbursement for medical services 470. 00 

9103 Press Association, Inc., special Washington city wire service, April 1972 132.00 

15 9113 Empire Laundry, Inc., laundry service furnished to the House of Representatives as per 

contract, April 1972 4,159.20 

16 9141 West Publishing Co.. U.S. Code Annotated for Committee on Public Works 139.50 

West Publishing Co., U.S. Code Annotated (Pocket Part) for Committee on Post Office and 

Civil Service 3.00 

West Publishing Co., U.S. Code Annotated (Supplements) for Committee on House 

Administration 12.00 

Frank W. Winne & Son, Inc., cotton twine.. _ 416.94 

Geo. F. Muth Co., Inc., drafting supplies... 42.20 

9142 Dixie Plywood Co., supplies 72.96 

S. Freedman & Sons, Inc., supplies 240.07 

W.W.Grainger, Inc., supplies 438.00 



198 

DETAJLED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, AND SERVICES— Continued 
1972 

May 16 9149 Edityper Corp., service parts, March 1S72 $407.36 

Young & Watson, Inc., service parts and supplies, March 1972 543.11 

9153 Edward T. Kellaher, 2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round 

trip, from Washington, D.C., to Moxville, N.C., Mar. 26-28, 1972_-._ 95.90 

9154 V/illiam Harfnett, reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., 

to New York City, May9-12,1972 _.. 211.32 

19 9209 Office Supply Service, for stationery supplies furnished committees, officers of the House 

of Representatives and others, April 1972 7, 329.47 

26 9381 Allied Packaging Corp., supplies 77>14 

Atlantic Electric Supply Corp., light fixtures 252.90 

DixiChem, Inc., supplies 22.83 

Do 41.16 

S. Freedman &Sons, Inc., supplies 207.16 

Skidmore Material Handling, Inc., supplies 20.00 

9382 T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc., supplies 917.73 

S. Freedman & Sons, Inc., supplies 339.27 

June 1 9554 Rentex Services Corp., uni orm rental, April 1972 33.00 

Xerox Corp., payroll duplication and machine rental, Feb. 1-May 12, 1972 316.03 

9555 A. B. Dick Co., May 1972 89.75 

American Suppiv, Inc., May 1972 239.27 

Ames Supply Co., May 1972 218.54 

Cramer Electronics, Inc., February 1972 209.03 

General Services Administration, March 1972 25.60 

Smith-Corona Marchant, May 1872 27.45 

W.P.P.I., March 1972 407.36 

9559 Department of Health, Educa;tion, & Welfare, medical services rendered House Restaurant 

employee, Apr. 26, 1972 9.00 

Washington Capital News Service, news service, April 1972 90. 00 

Womack Industries, Inc., exterminating services, April 1972 179. 00 

2 9574 BorroughsCorp., rollsof pape.-, Feb. 10 and May 2, 1972 50.40 

95/5 Capitol View Service Station, tune motor and replace plugs, May 23, 1972 33.75 

U.S. Public Health Service, medical examinations: 

9576 Feb. 28-29, 1972 100.00 

9577 Mar. 6, 9, 13, 20, and 28, 1972 140. 00 

9578 IBM Corp., numbered checks, Mar. 8, 1972 785.00 

8579 Office Supply Service, stationery supplies furnished John W. McCorm.ack, Jan.28, 1872 16.90 

6 9587 Hancock's, custodial supplies 45.60 

S. Freedman & Sons, Inc., custodial supplies 240.07 

West Publishing Co., U.S. Code Annotated 138. 50 

Westvaco, corrugated boxes 858.36 

Frank W. Winne & Son, Inc., cotton twine 578. 82 

7 9765 Bell & Howell, service manual 10.55 

T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc., supplies 947.46 

Hermes Plastics, Inc., engraving supplies 324.75 

Lawyers Cooperative Publishing Co., American Jurisprudence, vol. 62 22.50 

Syste.ns Service & Sales Co.: 

Labels . 75.00 

Side file guides 790.20 

8 9777 Akos Kovacs, reimburse employee for the purchase of goggles and timer for the Members' 

bath, June 5, 1872 9.62 

Architect of the Capitol, gasoline, March-April 1972: 

9808 Office of the Cierk__ . 51.79 

9809 House Post Office 32.40 

9832 Eastern Airlines, Inc., official travel for Members and staff. Mar. 26-28, 1972 56. 00 

9 9888 Health, Education, & Welfare, reimbursement for medical services: 

March 1972 208.00 

April 1972 200.00 

13 9954 Office Supply Service, for stationery supplies furnished committees, officers of the House 

of Representatives and others, May 1972._ 9,915.86 

9973 Press Association, Inc., special Washington city wire service, May 1972 132. 00 

Washington Capital Newsservice, increase in service rate, effect May 1, 1972 40.00 

Xerox Corp.. meter usage, August 1971 175. 00 

15 10030 Paul Wohl, 3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, 

from Washington, D.C.,to Los Angeles, Calif., May 31-June 3, 1872 11!!. 75 

16 10091 Edv/ard T. Kellaher, reinbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, 

D.C., to New York City, May 30-June 1, 1972__ 130.00 

20 10140 Bell & Howell, film duplication, Mar. 7-May 23, 1972 37.02 

10142 Evening Star Newspaper Co., bids and proposals for the Office Supply Service, Folding 

Room, laundering service, and v>/aste paper, June 12, 1972 115. 20 

10143 Library of Congress, ID card. May 10, 1872 1.50 

10144 Steuart Motor Co., repair to House Post Office stationwagon, May 23, 1972 39.73 

21 10161 Bell & Howell, supplies 291.75 

Greer Enterprises, Inc., parts 13.30 

Moore Business Forms, Inc 175.01 

Procter & Gamble Distributing Co., custodial supplies 116. 19 

West Publishing Co., U.S. Code Annotated 124.00 

10162 Baer-Slade Corp., custodial supplies_ 6.20 

New Hermes Engraving Machine Corp., cutter for engraving 15. 32 

10163 Elliott Business Machines, Inc., December 1971-June 1972 972. 12 

General Services Administration, March 1972 47. 04 

Royal Typewriter Co., June 1972 _ 8.64 



199 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



10174 



10185 
10227 
10244 
10273 

27 10325 
29 10436 



30 10461 



5 5116 



12 5251 



19 5370 



27 5664 



6027 



6085 



6111 



11 6267 
16 6341 



SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, AND SERVICES— Continued 

Womack Industries, Inc., exterminating services, IVIay 1972 $179. Off 

Xerox Corp 169.75' 

Empire Diaper Linen Service, Inc., not negotiable by payee. For deposit by District 

Director of Internal Revenue pursuant to levy under the Internal Revenue Code 4, 043. 12' 

Empire Diaper Linen Service, Inc., IVIay 1972 525. 3ff 

An^ierican Airlines, Inc., official travel for Meinbers and staff. May 24, 1972 264.00' 

Control Data Corp., partial billing under contract. May 17, 1972 23, 355. 45 

Diebold, Inc., install new counter motor with scissor arms, June 14, 1972 174.57 

IBM Corp., April 1972 305.67 

ITELCorp., September 1971 and February-April 1972 3,357.47 

American Bank Stationery Co., supplies, Mar. 29-May 31, 1972 5, 197.75 

Baer-Slade Corp., custodial supplies 168.00 

S. FreediTian & Sons, Inc., custodial supplies 240.07 

Lawyers Co-Operative Publishing Co., supolements for American Jurisprudence 2d 44. 25 

MITE Corp., timecards 29.75 

Frank W. Winne & Son, Inc., supplies 65.61 

Best Printers of Capitol Hill, 6 copies of the payroll, June 13, 1972 188.43 

Polaroid Corp., 6 rolls of laminating plastic and clips for the sealer, June 13, 1972 134. 52 

Refunds and adjustments (426. 11) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 443,864.47 

EQUIPMENT " 

IBM Corp.: 

3 typewriters and 1 transcriber, January 1971; 2 dictation and 1 transcribing untis, 

April 1971 3,351.00 

Rental of 1 Mag Card automatic typewriter, June 1971 175.00 

Magnavox Syste^ns, Inc., rental of 2 facsimile transceivers, June 1971 97. 24 

Xerox Corp., rentals for June 1971: 

17 photocopiers 955.20 

5 facsimile transceivers 183.42 

Refunds and adjustments (2,604.00) 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 2,157.86 

Business Equipment Service, 3 dictating units 1,079.42 

Gestetner Corp., 1 mimeograph 850.00 

IBM Corp., 11 typewriters and 2 dictating units .-. 6, 156.00 

ITEL Corp., 3 Dura accessory kits 555.00 

Royal Office Machines, 1 typewriter 379.57 

Scriptomatic Inc., 2 addressers and 1 file cabinet _._ 2,437.75 

Smith-Corona Corp., 3 calculators 1,877.00 

National Cash Register Co., equipment rental: 

July 1971 2,460.00 

August 1971 2,460.00 

September 1971.. _ 2,460.00 

October 1971... __ 2,460.00 

A. B. Dick Co., 2 mimeographs and 1 off-set press 3,072.43 

Business Equipmsnt Center, 1 tape recorder and 1 dictating unit 396.79 

Gestetner Corp., 1 mimeograph... 956.75 

IBM Corp., 6 typewriters .-- 2,835.00 

Underwood Office Machines, 1 adding machine 169.00 

A. B. Dick Co., rental of 4 copiers, September and December 1971 151.40 

International Autopen Co., rental of 6 signature machines, December 1971 300.00 

ITEL Corp., rental of 1 automatic typewriter and accessaries, December 1971 326.15 

3M Business Products Sales, Inc., rental of 84 copiers, November-December 1971 3,773.50 

A. B.Dick Co., 1 jogger 131.90 

Business Equipment Center, 1 Uher, 1 Stenorette, and 1 Fi-Cord 931. 75 

Geststner Corp., 2 mimeographs 1,700.00 

IBM Corp., 16 typewriters, 2 transcribing units and 1 dictating unit 9,218.00 

IBM Corp., rental of 66 Mag Cards and 23 MTST automatic typewriters, December 1971.. 2a, 587. 52 

A. B. Dick Co., rental of 3 copiers, January 1972 116.40 

International Autopen Co., rental of 5 signature machines, January 1972 250.00 

Graphic Sciences, Inc., rental of 64 facsimile transceivers, October 1971-January 1972 3, 426. 74 

WPPI, Inc., rental of 14 automatic typewriters and accessories, January 1972 3,024. 58 

ITEL Corp., rental of 3 automatic typewriters and accessories, January 1972 1,054.00 

Apeco, December 1971 36.25 

General Services Administration, November 1971 23.80 

IBM Corp., September 1971. 746.00 

ITEL Corp., January 1972 22.00 

Lanier Business Products, January 1972 15.00 

Advanced Equipment Co., Inc.: 

Fork lift.... 550.00 

Hand trucks 107.00 

3M Business Products Center, rental of 1 photocopier, November-December 1971 88.92 

ITEL Corp., rental of 5 automatic typewriters and accessories, January 1972 429. 25 

General Electric Co., refrigerator 590. 50 

Automated Business Machines, rental of 24 automatic typewriters, December 1971. 5, 180. 87 

Magnavox Systems, Inc., rental of 23 facsimile units, December 1971 983.25 

International Autopen Co., rental of 3 signature machines, January 1972 150. 00 



200 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

EQUIPMENT— Continued 

1972 National Cash Register Co., equipment rental: 

Feb. 18 6477 July 1971 $175.00 

August 1971_.. - 175.00 

September 1971 -. 175.00 

October 1971.. 175.00 

6479 July 1971. _ 425.50 

August 1971 425.50 

September 1971 ._ 425.50 

October 1971 425.50 

24 6529 Magnavox Systems, Inc., rental of 25 facsimile transceivers, January 1972 950.00 

Graphic Sciences, Inc., rental of 17 facsimile transceivers, September 1971-January 1972,. 1,008.07 

IBIVi Corp., rental of 9 MTST and 32 Mag Card automatic typewriters, October 1971 8,411.00 

International Autopen, rental of 13 signature machines, January 1972 650.00 

3M Business Products Center, rental of 82 photocopiers, January 1972 4,434.64 

25 6544 Xerox Corp., equipment rental,July-November 1971 83,455.37 

Mar. 1 6760 A. B. Dick Co., jogger and mimeo 839.45 

Burroughs Corp., adding machine 205.00 

Business Equipment Center, 3 Sony recorders, 1 Stenorette and 1 Uher 1,278.80 

Gestetner Corp., 4 mimeographs 3,400.00 

IBM Coro., 7 dictating units and 3 typewriters 4,790.00 

2 6869 IBM Corp., additional billable time for October 1971 _._ 760.94 

3 6907 A. B. Dick Co., 1 offset, 2 joggers and 2 folders 2,499.63 

Business Equipment Center, 1 dictating unit, 1 transcribing unit and 1 telephone adapter.. 532. 18 

IBM Corp., 9 typewriters _. 4,284.00 

Remington Rand, adding machine _._ _ 213.02 

Royal Office Typewriters, adding machine _ _. 107.55 

Smith-Corona Corp., typewriter _.. 213.20 

Underwood Office Machines, 2 adding machines 338. CO 

9 7042 IBM Corp., rental of 67 Mag Card and 28 MTST automatic typewriters, January 1972 19,622.00 

Word Processing Products, Inc., rental of 16 automatic typewriters, February 1972 3,379.77 

ITEL Corp., rental of 17 automatic typewriters and accessories, February 1972 2,914.63 

3M Business Products Sales, Inc., rental of 84 photocopiers, February 1972 4,095.17 

7044 A. B. Dick Co., 1 folder and 1 offset, February 1972 1,946.58 

Business Equipment Center, 2 Uhers and 1 Sony tape recorder, January 1972 919. 14 

Elliott Business Machines, addresser, January 1972 1,336.00 

IBM Corp., 17 typewriters and 1 dictating unit, July and December 1971 and January 1972.. 8, 527. 00 
Ford Motor Co., auto rental, July-December 1971: 

10 7115 Officeof the Postmaster. ^-_ 375.00 

7116 Sergeant at Arms 425.00 

13 7149 Office of the Clerk 500.00 

14 7185 Graohic Sciences, Inc., rental of 62 facsimile transceivers, February 1972 3, 100.00 

Royfax, rental of 5 photocopiers, December 1971-January 1972 270. 00 

International Autopen, rental of 10 signature machines, February 1972 500.00 

A. B. Dick Co., rental of 3 photocopiers, February 1972 116.40 

Automated Business Machines, Inc., rental of 27 automatic typewriters, January 1972 5,997.21 

27 7465 Business Equipment Center, 2 Sony recorders and 1 Embassy, March 1972 581.14 

Gestetner Corp., 2 duplicators and 1 interleaver, August 1971 and February-March 1972.. 2, 850. 50 

IBIVI Corp., 18 typewriters, for the months of February-March 1972 9, 202. 50 

Royal, adder, October 1971____ 107.55 

30 7580 Royfax, rental of 5 photocopiers, December 1971-February 1972 225.00 

IBM Corp., rental of 69 Mag Card and 28 MTST automatic typewriters, February 1972 20,670.16 

Vi/PPI Inc.. rental of 16 automatic typewriters and accessories, March 1972 3, 842.96 

A. B. Dick Co., rental of 3 photocopiers, March 1972 116.40 

International Autopen Co., rental of 17 signature machines, February-March 1972 900.00 

Apr. 12 8036 Xerox Corp., rental of photocopiers and facsimile transceivers, December 1971 26,084.68 

17 8224 IBM Corp., purchase of printer train 2,908.00 

18 8234 A. B. Dick Co., 2 offsets, 1 mimeo and 1 folder, March 1972 4,443.36 

Business Equipment Center, 2 Uhers, February 1972 794. 78 

Dictaphone Corp., dictaphone, March 1972 465.50 

Elliott Business Machines, addresser, February 1972 1,000.00 

Gestetner Corp., mimeo, March 1972 957.00 

IBM Corp., 4 typewriters, January-March 1972 2,075.00 

National Cash Register Co., 10 machines, November 197L.. 14,316.13 

W.P.P.I., Edityper, February 1972 4,620.00 

19 8256 Magnavox Systems, Inc., rental of 20 facsimile transceivers, February 1972_ 1,026.00 

Automated Business Machines, Inc., rental of 61 automatic typewriters, February-March 

1972 ' 13,770.30 

Graphic Sciences, Inc., rental of 61 facsimile transceivers, February-March 1972 3,062.90 

Royfax, rental of 4 photocopiers, December 1971 and February 1972 180.00 

ITEL Corp.: , „ „„ 

Rental of 17 automatic typewriters and accessories, March 1972. 3,768.00 

8250 For pro-rated rental of 4 automatic typewriters and accessories, February-March 1972. 290. 26 

Royfax, rental of 13 photocopiers, January-March 1972... _ 613.77 

3M Business Products Center, Inc., rental of 85 photocopiers, November 1971 and March 

1972... .__^__ _ 4,167.92 

20 8272 A. B. Dick Co., 2 joggers and 2 mimeographs, February-March 197Z.... 1,678.90 

Dictaphone Corp., 2 dictating units and 1 transcriber, March 1972 1,396.50 

Gestetner Corp., mimeograph, March 1972 882.00 

IBM Corp., 13 typewriters and 1 dictating unit, January-March 1972 7,134.50 

27 8518 Xerox Corp.: 

Rental of 255 photocopiers, January 1972 14,797.16 

Rental of 313 facsimile transceivers, January 1972 11,913.00 



201 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

EQUIPMENT— Continued 
1972 

May 4 8822 Magnavox Systems, Inc., rental of facsimile transceivers, December 1971-March 1972 $1,449.06 

IBM Corp., rental of automatic typewriters, February-March 1972 24,397.90 

8825 Business Equipment Center, 3 Sony, 1 Uher, 1 Stenorette, and 1 Fi-Cord. February-March 

1972_ : 1,362.15 

IBM Corp., 14 typewriters, 1 dictating unit, and 1 transcribing unit, November 1971- 
March 1972 8,577.00 

Lamb Seal & Stencil Co., Inc., 2 recording machines and 2 wheel machines, March 1972.. 449. 00 

8870 A. B. Dick Co., rental of 3 photocopiers, April 1972 116.40 

Automated Business Machines, rental of 35 automatic typewriters, April 1972. 7,905.59 

ITEL Corp., rental of 22 automatic typewirters and accessories, April 1972 5, 066.71 

Word Processing Products, Inc., rental of 16 automatic typewriters and accessories, April 

1972 3,852.08 

International Autopen, rental of 1 signature machine, December 1971; rental of 12 signa- 
ture machines, March 1972; and rental of 9 signature machines, April 1972 1,100.00 

Royal Typewriter Co., rental of 5 photocopiers, February-March 1972 225.00 

10 9023 Xerox Corp., rental of 260 photocopiers, February 1972 14,920.60 

Xerox Corp., rental of 297 facsimile transceivers, February 1972 11, 286.00 

16 9151 International Autopen Co., rental of 13 signature machines, April 1972 650.00 

Royal Typewriter Co., rental of 13 photocopiers, April 1972 585.00 

3M Business Products Center, rental of 86 photocopiers, April 1972... 4,216.42 

Graphic Sciences, Inc., rental of 61 facsimile transceivers, March-April 1972 2,951.48 

Magnavox Systems, Inc., rental of 35 facsimile transceivers, April 1972 1,357.86 

17 9157 A. B. DickCo., 2 joggers, 2 mimeos, April-May 1972 1,678.90 

Burroughs Corp., 2 adding machines, March-April 1972 410.00 

Business Equipment Center, 3 Sony recorders and 2 Stenorettes, April 1972 917.07 

Gestetner Corp., 2 mimeographs, April 1972 _. 1,764.00 

IBM Corp., 26 typewriters and 1 dictating unit, February-April 1972 13,046.00 

3M Business Products, 1 Thermofax, April 1972 394.68 

Royal Office Machines, 1 adding machine, March 1972 107.55 

Chas. G. Stott & Co., Inc., 2 staplers, March 1972 116.10 

Smith-Corona Corp., 1 calculator, March 1972 489.95 

June 1 9556 Business Equipment Center, 3 Fi-Cords and 2 Sony recorders, February-April 1972 994.75 

Gestetner Corp., 1 mimeo. May 1972 882.00 

International Autopen, 2 Autopens, January-February 1972 2,050.00 

IBM Corp., 11 typewriters and 3 dictating units, March-April 1972... 7, 148.00 

Royal Office Machines, 1 adding machine, April 1972 107.55 

Scriptomatic, Inc., 1 addressing machine, April 1972 1,328.75 

7 9764 International Autopen Co., rental of 15 signature machines, May 1972 750.00 

Word Processing Products, Inc., rental of 20 automatic typewriters and accessories. May 

1972 4,739.98 

Graphic Sciences, Inc., rental of facsimile transceivers, April-May 1972 3, 120.96 

A. B. Dick Co., rental of 3 photocopiers. May 1972 116.40 

ITEL Corp., rental of 19 automatic typewriters with accessories. May 1972 4,594.00 

Automated Business Machines, rental of automatic typewriters, March and May 1972 9,136.70 

12 9918 Hancock's, vacuum 171.90 

Tulkin-Hauptman Corp., 1 heating unit 35.72 

14 9979 Royfax, rental of photocopiers, January and April 1972 720.00 

3M Business Products Center, Inc., rental of photocopiers, May 1972 4, 289. 16 

IBM Corp., rental of MTSTs and Mag Card automatic typewriters, March-April 1972 25,211.87 

21 10164 A. B. Dick Co., 2 offsets and 2 mimeographs, April-May 1972 4,861.66 

Burroughs Corp., 1 adding machine, May 1972 205.00 

Business Equipment Center, 1 Sony and 1 Stenorette, May 1972. _ 652. 23 

Gestetner Coro., 1 duplicator, May 1972 882.00 

IBM Corp.. 8 dictating units and 15 typewriters, March-April 1972 11,348.50 

ScriDtomatic, Inc., 3 addressers April-May 1972 __ 4,070.25 

22 10173 Magnavox Systens, Inc., rental of 39 facsimile transceivers. May 1972 2, 195.12 

Automated Business Machines, Inc.. installation and delivery charges, 1971 through 

February 29, 1972.... 2,325.00 

26 10267 Xerox Corp.: 

Rental of 271 photocopiers, March 1972. 15,583.01 

Rental of 338 telecopiers, March 1972 ' 12,706.00 

Refunds and adjustments i (7,080.51) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 642,697.61 

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE 

Feb. 8 6077 Smith-Corona Marchant, May 1971 36.85 

18 6478 IBM Corp., June 28-30, 1971 8.91 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 45.76 



Jan. 4 5099 A. B. Dick Co., November 1971 1,326.93 

Dictaphone Corp., Nobember 1971 117.60 

Fidelity Sound Co., Inc., November 1971. 10.00 

IBM Corp., November 1971 17.10 

ITEL Corp., November 1971 60.00 

3M Co., November 1971 95.49 

1 Includes refunds of $30.00 from Congressman Romano L. Mazzoli; $15.00 from Congressman William D. Ford; $7.50 
from Congressman Dave Martin; $40.00 from Congressman F. Bradford Morse; $7.50 from Congressman Bob Wilson; and 
$88.89 from Congressman Edwin W. Edwards. 



202 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1972 
Jan. 4 



5102 



5147 
5296 

5414 
5529 
5545 



Feb. 3 5951 



10 6207 



6273 
6342 



24 6530 



Mar. 2 
6 



30 

Apr. 14 

19 



6952 
7057 



7152 
7501 
7536 



7583 

8217 
8218 
8252 



8262 



EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE— Continued 

Business Equipment Center, October 1971 $473. 19 

International Autopen, July 1971. _ 15.00 

SCM, December 1971 53.12 

Singer-Friden Div., October-November 1971 41.50 

Victor, December 1971 18.35 

Bell & Howell, PWIA renewal, Sergeant at Arms, July 1-Dec. 31, 1971 85.62 

Burroughs Corp., payment due on service contract to cover banking machines in Office of 

theSergeant at Arms, July 1-Nov. 1, 1971 266.95 

Senate Motors, Inc., repairs to the official truck. Office of the Clerk, Jan. 12, 1972 87. 08 

W. B. SkidmoreCo., repair Widget 37.50 

National Cash Register Co., July-November 1971__ 339. 88 

Remington Rand, contract, July 1, 1971-June 30, 1972 304. 55 

Singer, July 22-Oct. 22, 1971_.. 32.00 

S. CM. Corp., Nov. 3, 1971 16.50 

Whitaker Bros. Business Machines, Inc., Oct. 15, 1971 18.00 

A. B. Dick Co., December 197L-_. 516.99 

Business Equipment Center, November-December 1971 651. 01 

ITELCorp., December 1971 .._ 808.10 

Chas. G. Stott & Co., Inc., December 1971 220.00 

Ames Supply Co., December 1971__ 157.38 

Gestetner Corp., December 1971 _ _ _ 253.95 

IBM Corp., November-December 1971 1,423.55 

Olivetti Corp., December 1971. _ _ 20.12 

Polaroid Corp., December 1971 24.00 

Remington Rand, August 1971 _._ 15.00 

J. Milton Baker Co., repair floor machines 105.68 

A. B. Dick Co., January 1972 689.47 

Burroughs Corp., January 1972 28.23 

International Autopen Co., January 1972 15.00 

ITEL Corp., January 1972 , 62.00 

3M Business Products Center, December 1971 78.44 

Singer-Friden Div., October 1971 15.00 

Smith-Corona Merchant, January 1972_._ 34.49 

Standard Register Co., December 1971 14.00 

Washington Impression Products, January 1972 15. 00 

AmesSupply Co., January 1972 228.58 

American Supply, Inc., January 1972 30.85 

Grand Paint & Hardware, November 1971 4.86 

IBM Corp., December 1971 74. 10 

ITEL Corp., December 1971-January 1972 90.20 

National Cash Register Co., January 1972 201.60 

Royal Typewriter Co., January 1972 156.18 

Singer-Friden Div, December 1971 40.08 

W. B. Skidmore Co., Inc., repair Widget 45.00 

Polaroid Corp., repaircamera 24.00 

W. B. Skidmore Co., Inc., repairs Widgets 80.55 

Dictaphone Corp., October 1971-February 1972 405.30 

Thomas A. Edison Industries, February 1972 17.15 

HuntCo., Inc., February 1972 21.59 

Monroe, February 1972 15.50 

Singer-Friden Div., October 1971 141.88 

Smith-Corona Marchant, February 1972 131.67 

W. B. Skidmore Co., Inc.: 

Repair Widgets 111.10 

Do 37.50 

A. B. Dick Co., February 1972 397.62 

Dictaphone, February 1972 5.14 

HuntCo, Inc., February-March 1972 75.75 

IBM Corp., February-March 1972 126.60 

International Autopen, February 1972 20.00 

3M Corp., January 1972 49.64 

Scriptomatic, February 1972 15.52 

Smith-Corona, February 1972 35.00 

Standard Regi-iter Co., February 1972 14.00 

Annandale Jewelers, repair French clock 65.00 

W. B. Skidmore Co., Inc., repair Widgets 148.90 

IBM Corp., July-October 1971 3,029.00 

Do 357.00 

A. B. Dick Co., March 1972, _. _._ 89.75 

AmesSupply Co., March 1972 251.29 

General Services Administration, February 1972... 79.20 

Apeco, February 1972, 19.46 

Dictaphone, March 1972 1.86 

Elliott Business Machines, Inc., March and September 1971-January 1972 619.60 

HunlCo, Inc., March 1972 59.00 

International Autopen Co., March 1972 _ 40.00 

IBM Corp., December 1971 and March 1972 219.25 

3M Business Products Center, February 1972. 19.64 



203 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date 



No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1972 

Apr. 19 8262 



20 8267 



May 9 8970 
16 9147 



9148 



June 1 9557 



2 9570 

9571 

9572 

12 9919 

19 10097 



10145 
26 10270 



EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE— Continued 

Monroe, February 1972 $85.90 

Royal Typewriter Co., March 1972 27. 10 

Scriptomatic, Inc., October-December 1971 and February 1972 165. 08 

Singer-Friden, November 1971 and February 1972 146.75 

Smith-Corona iVlarchant, February-March 1972 48.08 

A. B. Dick Co., March 1972 601.30 

Dictaphone, March 1972 14.90 

Gestetner Corp., January-March 1972 404.30 

HuntCo., Inc., March 1972 99.33 

IBM Corp., April 1972__. 17.50 

Remington, March 1972 18.75 

Scriptomatic, Inc., March 1972 31.04 

Singer-Friden Div., March 1972 14.24 

Smith-Corona Marchant, April 1972 53.50 

Standard Register Co., March 1972 21.00 

Pitney-Bowes, Inc., repairfolder 17.00 

Skidmore Material Handling, Inc., repair 2 Widgits 53.22 

Hancock's, repair 3 vacuums _. 59.10 

A. B. DickCo., Aprill972 525.50 

HuntCo, Inc., April-May 1972 59.25 

3M Co., April 1972... 95.56 

National Copying Products, Inc., April 1972 15.00 

Olivetti Corp., April 1972 104.38 

Remington Rand, January 1972 27.48 

Royal Typewriter Co., April 1972 . 49.60 

Singer-Friden Div., March-April 1972 _ 62.08 

Apeco, March 1972 30.00 

Business Equipment Center, January-March 1972 . 680.37 

Dictaphone, March 1972 . _ 134.00 

HuntCo, Inc., April 1972 66.27 

International Autopen, April 1972 40.00 

IBM Corp., April 1972 40.90 

Lanier Business Products, April 1972 . _ . 19.15 

National Cash Register, April 1972 22. 50 

Remington Rand, February 1972 . . 37.50 

Scriptomatic, Inc., April 1972 31.24 

Singer-Friden Div., March 1972 53.75 

Smith-Corona Marchant, April 1972 16. 50 

Business Equipment Center, April 1972 154.75 

Dictaphone Corp., March-April 1972 173.70 

HuntCo, Inc., May 1972 78.00 

IBM Corp., May 1972 17.50 

Scriptomatic, Inc., April 1972 15.52 

Singer-Friden Div., April 1972 29.24 

Smith-Corona Marchant, February, April-May 1972 92.41 

Cummins-Chicago Corp., scheduled semi-annual preventive maintenance inspections, 

May 22, 1972 30.00 

Machinists, Inc., repair diamond cutter 13.50 

Skidmore Material Handling, Inc., repair Widgit 22.50 

Hancock's, parts and service on vacuum cleaner 28. 80 

Skidmore Material Handling, Inc., service Widgits 263.00 

Dictaphone Corp., April-May 1972 185.80 

HuntCo, Inc., May 1972 55. 25 

IBM Corp., June 1972 _ 52.80 

ITELCorp., January 1972 . .. .. 77.00 

Lanier Business Products, May 1972 37.73 

3M Co., April 1972 311. SO 

National Copying Products, Inc., May 1972 __ 24.80 

Remington Rand, February 1972 15.00 

Scriptomatic, Inc., Aprill972 _ 15.62 

Singer-Friden Div., Aprill972 ■ 34.58 

SCM Corp., September 1971, April-May 1972 144.50 

V/PPI Corp., May-June 1972 214.83 

Victor, May 1972 15.65 

Machinists, Inc., adjust diamond paper cutting machine 22.50 

A. B. DickCo., May 1972 _ 836.61 

BurroughsCorp., April-May 1972 _ _. 97.40 

Dictaphone Corp., May 1972 22.15 

Eiliott Business Machines, Inc., March-May 1972 308.73 

Gestetner Corp., Aoril-May 1972 __ 570.55 

HuntCo, Inc., June 1972 32.50 

IBM Corp., June 1972 19.00 

Smith-Corona Marchant, June 1972 85.70 

Standard Duplicating Machines Agency, May 1972 19.70 

Refunds and adjustments (36.85) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 24,241.07 



79-639—72- 



-14 



204 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

GRATUITIES 
1972 
Apr. 13 8067 Bob Wilson, for payment of a gratuity due to the death of F. W. Kirby Hawkes $1,417.88 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 1,417.88 



For payment of a gratuity: 

Mar 2 6837 Lucille S. Glover, due to the death of James Edward Glover $1,758.33 

6838 Nellie F. Webster, due to the death of James L. Webster 3,516.66 

For payment of a gratuity due to the death of Mary L. Scurry: 

7 6973 John D. Brown 367.38 

6974 Linda J. Brown 367.38 

6975 Marie 0. Brown 367.38 

6976 Mark D. Brown 367.38 

6977 Michael J. Brown 367.38 

6978 Steven C. Brown 367.38 

6979 William I. Brown 367.38 

6980 Leonard Taylor 367.38 

For payment of a gratuity: 

10 7093 Edna Pauline Pascoe, due to the death of Raymond F. Pascoe 2,502.24 

23 7354 Paul A. Gattie, due to the death of Mary W. Gattie 5,495.00 

7369 Mary M. Arter, due to the death of William A. Arter.. 2,421.00 

7373 Margaret M. Krawczuk.due to the death of Russell Y. Krawczuk 7,900.02 

7386 Valarie A. Williams, due to the death of Dannie N. Williams 4,149.60 

Apr 6 7973 Lewis C. Gilbert, due to the death of Carol Jean Caton 1,964.60 

7974 Harold Hoffman, due to the death of Hattie Belle Hoffman 600. 00 

12 8029 Carol A. Montgomery, due to the death of Henry W. Montgomery 1,318.75 

13 8061 Dock Leggett, due to the death of Ovelma G. Leggett 2,939.04 

20 8306 Gladys N. Barnett, due to the death of Donald B. Barnett 879.17 

May 10 9018 Margaret E. Desmond, due to the death of James L. Desmond 280.00 

June 13 9951 Kathryn M. Luce, due to the death of Nellie V. Clark 1,530.00 

20 10146 Dorothy H. Fitzgerald, due to the death of T. Edward Fitzgerald 12,222.00 

10147 James D. Hopson, due to the death of Margaret D. Atchison. 4,000.00 

10148 Frank C. Hopson III, due to the death of Margaret D. Atchison 4,000.00 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 60,415.45 

SALARIES-HOUSE RESOLUTION 

June 5 9582 Dorothy H. Fitzgerald, reimbursementof unpaid compensationduetothedeathofT. Edward 

Fitzgerald 814.80 

Salaries for 6 months. _ 124,485.30 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations... 125,300.10 

OFFICIAL BONDS 

Jan. 5 5146 Holmes,Hart& Ewing, bond. Sergeant at Arms, Jan. 3, 1972-73 68.00 

May 9 8953 Raymond A. Dufour & Co., Inc., District of Columbia notary bond for Betty J. Burkholder, 

Office of Finance, May 1972-77 10.00 

12 9104 McLaughlin Co., blanket bond, form No. 24, Sergeant at Arms, premium to Apr. 1, 1975... 3,794.00 
June 20 10141 Raymond A. Dufour & Co., Inc., D.C. notary public bond for Marvin R. Evans, June 15, 

1972-77 10.00 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 3,882.00 

INTERPARLIAMENTARY RECEPTION 

Apr. 27 8519 House of Representatives Restaurant, reception given in honor of His Majesty Hussein I, 

KingoftheHashemlte Kingdom of Jordon, Committee on Foreign Affairs, Mar. 28,1972... 128.90 
Braun's Caterers, Inc: 
May 19 9276 Reception in honor of Warsaw Theatre Academy, Committee on Foreign Affairs, Apr. 

24,1972.. 263.40 

June 20 10149 Reception in honor of visiting members of the European Parliament, hosted by Sub- 

committee on Europe and Subcommittee on International Organizations and 

Movements, Committee on Foreign Affairs, May 30, 1972 274. 50 

10150 House of Representatives Restaurant, luncheon in honor of 15 visiting members of the 
European Parliament, hosted by the Subcommittees on Europe and International Organi- 
zations and Movements, Committee on Foreign Affairs, May 30, 1972 177. 12 



Total paid from 1972 appropriations 843.92 

CONTESTED ELECTION 

Settlement of claims for expenses allowed under Sec. 17 of the Federal Contested Election 
Act, P.L. 91-138, related to the election contest, Tunno v. Veysey, 38th Dist., Calif., 
May 1972: 

May 12 9077 David A. Tunno.. 4,776.00 

9078 Victor V. Veysey, M.C. 4,776.00 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations. 9,552.00 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

WIEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS 

Members' district office rentals for June 1971: 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

May 1 8731 Veterans BIdg. Corp Charles Thone $1,200.00 

(January-June 1971) 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 1, 200. 00 

Members' district office rentals for December 1971: 

Lessor Congressman 

Jan. 3 5074 Great Bridge Developers Watkins M. Abbitt $120.00 

George Abbitt, Jr.-. ...do 75.00 

B.IVl.L. Co James Abourezk 133.00 

Dakota West Corp do 150. 00 

Educational Alliance, Inc Bella S. Abzug 200. 00 

Louis DeSena & C. Benedict Mauro Joseph P. Addabbo 100.00 

Arkansas State University Bill Alexander 200. 00 

Pacific Trade Center Glenn M. Anderson 200.00 

Rock River Savings John B. Anderson 160.00 

John E. Sloan, Jr William R. Anderson... 200.00 

Mabel Finlayson George W. Andrews 150.00 

Sam & Abe Brenner John M. Ashbrook 100. 00 

MYCO.Inc do 100.00 

840 Grand Concourse Associates Herman Badillo 275.00 

P. T. Love LaMar Baker 200.00 

Holiday Office Park Associates Bob Bergland 150. 00 

Betty M. Drake Jackson E. Betts 60.00 

Mid-Ohio BIdg. Corp do. 62.50 

Frank Pedatella Mario Biaggi 200.00 

M.& M. Holding Co Edward G. Blester, J r 100.00 

68 East Court St., line do 100.00 

LibtuI Realty Co., Inc Jonathan B. Bingham 237.50 

David Harrison, Jr., d.b.a. Branchdale BIdg.. Ray Blanton 200.00 

Linbe,ck Enterprises, Inc Fra,nk T. Bow 200.00 

Mort Linder & Associates John Brademas 200.00 

Abe Rothstein Frank J. Brasco 200.00 

Forum Realty Corp W\\\'\am G. Bray 211.00 

Romeo Gadoua Wm. S. Broomheld 350.00 

Office Centers, Inc Clarence J. Brown 100.00 

Pado, Inc., Investment Co James T. Broyhill 70.00 

Triplet! Realty Co do 133.00 

Dominion Management Co Joel T. Broyhill 305.97 

A. Gray Boylston J. Herbert Burke 165.00 

Smith-Devine Real Estate James A. Byrne 200.00 

Lucille & Howard Whittingham Goodloe E. Byron 100.00 

Clavin Real Estate Hugh L. Carey 200.00 

Eastwood Mall, Inc Charles J. Carney 170.00 

B., K., & R. Burdman ... do 180.00 

Edwin Roberts.. Tim Lee Carter 100.00 

Edgar& Margaret M. Dunn,Jr Bill Chappell,Jr 200.00 

Otto G. Moses Shirley Chisholm 200.00 

Eureka Inn Don H.Clausen 80.00 

Wells Fargo Bank do 145.00 

Carl V. &/or Fern Jones Del Clawson 200.00 

Richard Anderson, d.b.a. P.O.R., Inc William (Bill) Clay 200. 00 

J. W. Simoneau Sons Realty Corp James C. Cleveland 175. 00 

JohnStorceL._ Harold R. Collier 150.00 

Norman G. Christy James M. Collins 200.00 

LexTerrae, Inc William M. Colmer 75.00 

First Agricultural National Bank Silvio 0. Conte 200.00 

KGSCo JohnConyers,Jr 200.00 

Victory Professional BIdg James C. Corman 100. 00 

AbeVickter ....do 100.00 

Chrispaul Corp Lawrence Coughlin 200.00 

First National Bank of Mt. Prospect Philip M. Crane 350. 00 

Village Professional BIdg Glenn R. Davis.. 200.00 

Reed Offices, Inc John W. Davis 200.00 

Quinco.Inc Eligio de la Garza 100.00 

Charles W. Schaefer James J. Delaney 150. 00 

Cascade Offices Co John Dellenback__ 165.00 

Professional Property Management Co Ronald V. Dellums 80. 00 

Alan F. Glover Frank E. Denholm. 200. 00 

Westcott Hotel. David W. Dennis 100. 00 

J. F. Dusenbury William L. Dickinson 200.00 

Burton W. London Charles C. Diggs, Jr 150. 00 

Clarence C. Gary. _.do 50. 00 

Mid-Wayne Corp John D. Dingell 200. 00 



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Data No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for December 1971 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

Jan. 3 5074 H. Wilson & Stephen G. Guernsey John G. Dow $137.50 

W. C. McGuffey, Jr John Dowdy 140.00 

Court Plaza, Ltd Tliomas N. Downing 200.00 

In Town Realty Trust _ Robert F. Drinan 200.00 

Lacava-Paino Realty Trust do 150. 00 

Mrs. Lynn Stieeley.Sr John J. Duncan 200.00 

Arnold Goldsborough Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont 350.00 

Morvel Realty Co., I nc Florence P. Dwyer 200.00 

Pacific Property IVlanagement Co Don Edwards 200. 00 

Estelle J. Anderson do 125.00 

Lloyd Andrus Edwin W. Edwards 150.00 

Jansen Chapman Jack Edwards _ 65.00 

Mitchell Corp .do 135.00 

First Federal Savings & Loan Assn Joshua Eilberg 350.00 

McLean-Hobbs Marvin L. Esch 325.00 

Cunningham Drugstores, Inc __.do . 25.00 

William M. Sinclair Co Walter E. Fauntroy 125. 00 

Western Catholic Union Paul Findley 110.00 

Harry Lefever Hamilton Fish, Jr. 125.00 

John I. Smith, Sr do 75.00 

Navarro Travis Corp O.C.Fisher . 200.00 

E. G. Harper John J. Fiynt, Jr 100.00 

Pipp, Inc Gerald R. Ford 110.00 

William Siemasz William D. Ford 200.00 

Treasurer of Morris County Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen 200.00 

One Hundred-Twelve, Inc Bill Frenzel 200.00 

C. Sweet Smith, Jr Louis Frey, Jr 83.33 

Koger Properties, Ihc do ._. 116.67 

Rorv Associates, Inc Cornelius E. Gallagher 150.00 

224 Fifth Ave., Inc Joseph M. Gaydos 250.00 

Beaty Shopping Center, Inc Tom S. Gettys 100. 00 

Hillsboro Bank Sam Gibbons 180.00 

North Hollywood Savings & Loan Barry M. Goldwater, Jr 200. 00 

City of New Britain Ella T. Grasso 200.00 

Catherine Kuca Kenneth J. Gray 200.00 

Deposit Guaranty National Bank .. Charles H. Griffin 227 50 

Phyllis Z. Birnkrant Martha W. Griffiths 150.00 

Francis B. Garvey ■. James R. Grover, Jr _ _ 200.00 

Palo Alto Town & Country Village, Inc Charles S. Gubser 200.00 

Kensington Associates Gilbert Gude 150.00 

Robert P. Long Associates, Inc do .. _ _ _ 50 00 

D. H.Sloan, Jr James A. Haley 100.00 

Egbert T. Smith Enterprises, Inc do 100.00 

Dillon Investment Co Durward G. Hall 200.00 

G. L. G. Associates Seymour Halpern 200.00 

California Federal Savings & Loan Assn Richard T. Hanna__ _ 200.00 

George F. Hanigan Julia Butler Hansen . . . 100.00 

Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co Orval Hansen __ 50.00 

First Security Bank of Idaho do .. 117.00 

Batavia Professional BIdg William H. Harsiia 140 00 

CMP Realty Co James Harvey 190.00 

Allegany Estates Corp James F. Hastings 145.00 

Canal National Bank William D. Hathaway ... 200.00 

Broadway Manchester BIdg. Corp Augustus F. Ha'wkins . 200.00 

Frank M. Huff Wayne L. Hays 200.00 

Mid-Town Real Estate Co Ken Hechler 200.00 

One Washington Street Co Margaret M. Heckler 200. 00 

Rutherford East, Inc Henry Helstoski 350.00 

Fanning Starkey Co Fioyd V. Hicks 200.00 

Union Bank & Trust Co Elwood Hillis 125.00 

Iverson Mali Joint Venture Lawrence J. Hcgan _. 200.00 

Home Savings & Loan Assn Chet Holified 192.00 

One Fourteen Corp John E. Hunt 100.00 

Robert Boakes.. _ do 100.00 

Houston Realty Investment Co Richard H. Ichord 100.00 

Baudendistel Real Estate do 100.00 

Indiana National Bank.. _ Andrew Jacobs, Jr 200.00 

Morton & Turnipse.ed Ed Jones 100.00 

J. I. Morgan Estate Walter B. Jones 125.00 

National Mutual Benefit Robert W. Kastenmeier 200.00 

Tovyer Life BIdg Abraham Kazen, Jr . 200.00 

Mace BIdg Hastings Keith . .. 175.00 

5820 Main St., Inc.. Jack F. Kemp 200.00 

J. P. McGirrCo., Inc__ Carleton J. King... 150.00 

Joseph Harnik John C. Kluczynski 150.00 

Cooper Realty Co Dan Kuykendall 182.50 

Knox Broadcasting, Inc Peter N. Kyros 200.00 

Ronald D. Jacobson... Earl F. Landgrebe 200.00 

Jack 0. & Doris L. Mellon do 150.00 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for December 1971 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

Jan. 3 5074 Bank of Wood County Delbert L. Latta $84.00 

Tennessee St. Professional Center Robert L. Leggett 500.00 

Peoples Savings & Loan Assn Alton Lennon 115.00 

County Federal Savings & Loan Assn Norman F. Lent 250.00 

Jena Insurance Ageiicy, Inc Speedy 0. Long 125.00 

T. IN. Fidel Manuel Lujan, Jr 100.00 

Borel Estate Co Paul N. IVIcCloskey, Jr 200.00 

Simplot Realty Corp James A. McClure 190.00 

N.joI Investment Co Mike McCormack 200.00 

Northeastern Pa. National Bank & Trust Co. Joseph M. McDade 175.00 

Farmington Holding Co Jack H. McDonald 275.00 

Ogdensburg Trust Co_ Robert C. McEwen 100.00 

First Security Bank of Utah K. Gunn McKay 75.00 

John Porcelli & Associates Stewart B. McKinney 200.00 

D. A. C. Associates do 150.00 

Robert N. Richardson John L. McMillan 125.00 

Glen D. Crumal Robert B. (Bob) Mathias 165.00 

Gibson Products Co. of Albany Dawson Mathis._ 200. 00 

Pan American Financial Corp Spark M. Matsunaga 350. 00 

Rocky Mountain Fire & Gas Co John Melcher 60.00 

Collier-Lewis Realty Co Ralph H. Metcalfe 350. 00 

First National Bank of Peoria Robert H. Michel 200.00 

Albert Lencioni Abner J. Mikva 150.00 

Abraham Kofman George P. Miller 200. 00 

Loyola Federal Savings & Loan Assn William 0. Mills 200.00 

Harry Amsterdam Joseph G. Minish 150.00 

T. Tomita, Inc Patsy T. Mink 200. 00 

C. & W. Corp Robert H. Mollohan 96.75 

Mallen Realtv Trust F. Bradford Morse 95.00 

Lowell Sun Realty Co do 104.00 

Alfred & Jean J. Porkolab Charles A. Mosher 120.00 

3215 W. 103d St. Bldg Morgan F. Murphy 400. 00 

Rufus Brandenburg William H. Natcher 105.00 

William Parker Lucien N. Nedzi 120.00 

Citizens Bank Anchor Nelsen 135.00 

Equitable Realty Corp Robert N. C. Nix 150.00 

William Ross & John B. Bruft James G. O'Hara 200. 00 

Northland Television, Inc Alvin E. O'Konski 350.00 

Ouachita National Bank Otto E. Passman 200.00 

E. & W. Professional Building Jerry L. Pettis. 50. 00 

242 Building do 150.00 

Phelps Dodge Cable & Wire Co Peter A. Peyser 250. 00 

Hahn Real Estate, Inc Alexander Pirnie 100.00 

Chase Manhattan Bank Bertram L. Podell 300.00 

Joseph & Marilyn Bacher Walter E. Powell 200.00 

S.J. M. Bldg. Corp Roman C. Pucinski 200.00 

Preston Tower Graham Purcell 200.00 

Fred W. Schuster Albert H. Quie 138. 00 

Welty Bros. Auctioneers, Inc Wm. J. Randall 20.00 

Kenwood Holding Corp., Inc Charles B. Rangel 200.00 

William Horowitz Thomas M. Rees 350.00 

Ahrle Properties Ogden R. Reid 350.00 

Charne,Glassner,Tehan,Clancv &Taitelman. Henry S. Reuss 350. 00 

Metropolitan Bldg I Donald W. Riegle,Jr 325.00 

Farmers & Merchants National Bank J. Kenneth Robinson 130. 00 

Law Building, Inc Paul G. Rogers 220.00 

American National Bank Teno Roncalio 200.00 

Rose Kokot Fred B. Rooney 175.00 

Leonard L. Levin Dan Rostenkowski 200.00 

Nader, Inc J. Edward Roush .'. 200.00 

F. G. & H. J. Kennedy John H. Rousselot 200. 00 

Homes International, Inc William R. Roy 350.00 

First National Bank of Dona Ana County Harold Runnels 100. 00 

Mary Ruth McCrory do 125.00 

Home Savings & Loan Assn _ Earl B. Ruth 112.00 

1145 Fox St. Corp William F. Ryan-_._ 160.00 

Ackerman Realty Co _ Charles W. Sandman, Jr 125.00 

Salvatore & Rose Consalvo.Sr... do 50.00 

Emma M. Butler Paul S.Sarbanes.. 200.00 

Sailon Realty Corp.. James H. Scheuer - - 135.00 

Henry Michel, Inc _..^do 160.00 

Lot No. 2 Co John G.Schmitz 200.00 

Fidelity National Bank of Pennsylvania Herman T. Schneebeli .- 163.75 

Union Bldg. Co Fred Schwengel 250.00 

Hays Bancorp Keith G. Sebelius 100.00 

Richard D. Boyd do 40.00 

Grant Washington Professional Bldg_.. John F. Seiberling__ ._ 250.00 

Jo Ann Watson ._ George E. Shipley 200.00 

Pitney Bowes, Inc _ Richard G. Shoup 100.00 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for December 1971 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

Jan. 3 5074 Eight-Thirty, Inc Garner E. Shriver $200.00 

Robert B. Lambert Joe Skubitz 90.00 

Roy R. Robe do 50.00 

WiMiam N. Caton ^...do 55.00 

Niagara IVlohawl< Power Corp Henry P. Smith III 140.00 

Insurance Exchange BIdg l^leal Smith 195.00 

Bryson Land Co.. Inc GeneSnyder 130.00 

IVlrs. Hubs. Covington Floyd Spence 100.00 

Champaign National Banl( William L. Springer 200.00 

Andrew & Helen A. Detch. Harley 0. Staggers 135.00 

Coral Ridge BIdg. Co J. William Stanton 200.00 

Masonic Temple Assn Tom Steed. 85.00 

George &Olvna IVl. Faubion.Jr do ^ . . 100.00 

Evelyn P. Lonergan Robert H. Steele 200.00 

Southern Mutual Insurance Co Robert G. Stephens, Jr 225.00 

Griggs-Ficklin, Inc do 100.00 

Goodman Development Co., Inc Samuel S. Stratton... 300, 00 

Professional BIdg Frank A. Stubblefield 100.00 

Stuckey Development Corp W. S. (Bill) Stuckev, Jr _ 200.00 

Sidney M. Studt James W. Symington. _._ 200.00 

Davis & Davis Realty Co., Inc _ Roy A. Taylor 200.00 

American Amusement Co Charles M. Teague 100.00 

Farmers & Merchants Bank Vernon W. Thomson 75.00 

Samuel Nardone & Co Robert Tiernan 200.00 

Margaret Stegeman Maentz Guy Vender Jagt 50. 00 

University Park Professional BIdg do . _..._.. 140.00 

Hilltop Management Co Charles A. Vanik 200.00 

Edgar E. Pankey & Floyd A. Blower Victor V. Veysey 200.00 

Park View Professional Center do 87. 50 

David L. Ekker Joseph P. Vigorito 150.00 

John Doles, Jr Joe D. Waggonner, Jr 100.00 

James D. & Diane Y. Martin Jerome R. Waldie 200.00 

Jim Dougherty William C. Wampler 150.00 

Trustees for Delaware County Republican John Ware 100.00 

Committee. 

Chester County Republican Committee .. .do . . . . . 100.00 

Allegheny Sales Co J. Irving Whalley 100.00 

Will A. Hickman Jamie L. Whitten 125.00 

Crown Savings & Loan Assn Charles E. Wiggins.. _ 200. 00 

County Commercial Corp do 150. 00 

Township of Springfield Lawrence G. WiMiams 200.00 

Janet C. Medina Charles H. Wilson . 150.00 

Albert Kimball & Michael Salomone _. Lester L. Wolff . 200.00 

Minthorn Properties Wendell Wyatt ... 150.00 

Homeway Realty Corp John W. Wydler 350.00 

Colonial Berk Real Estate Co.. _ Gus Yatron 100.00 

Leona Wozinski . Clement J. Zablocki 150.00 

Meridian Corp. RogerH.Zion 65.00 

7 5178 Frank M. Huff Wayne L. Hays . 150.00 

17 5328 10 Rutgers Place, Inc Frank Thompson, j'r 200.00 

20 5415 Michael J. Kane William A. Barrett . 200.00 

5416 Law & Finance BIdg. of Greensburg, Inc John H. Dent 260.00 

5417 Andrew McNally John N. Erienborn 200.00 

5418 JanssCorp.-William Walters Co Craig Hosmer 172.00 

5419 Peter J. Grewach William L. Hungate 450.00 

26 5596 Hamlin Bank & Trust Co Albert W. Johnson 35.00 

Members' district office rentals for January 1972: 

Lessor Congressman 

Feb. 1 5905 Great Bridge Developers Watkins M. Abbitt 120.00 

George Abbitt, J r .. do 75.00 

B.M.L.Co James Abourezk 133.00 

Dakota West Corp do 150.00 

Educational Alliance, Inc. Bella S Abzug 200.00 

Louis DeSena & C. Benedict Mauro Joseph P. Addabbo 100.00 

Arkansas State University Bill Alexander 200.00 

Pacific Trade Center Glenn M. Anderson . . 200.00 

Rock River Savings John B. Anderson 160.00 

John E.Sloan, Jr William R. Anderson. 200.00 

Mabel Finlayson George W. Andrews ... 150.00 

Sam & Abe Brenner John M. Ashbrook . . 100.00 

MYCO, Inc _do ""y[l"'^\.l 100.00 

840 Grand Concourse Associates Herman Badilfo 275,00 

P.T.Love LaMar Baker ... 200.00 

Holiday Office Park Associates. . Bob Bergland . . 150.00 

Betty M. Drake Jackson E. Betts 60.00 

' Increase in rental allowance for December 1971. 



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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 



Members' district office rentals for January 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

5905 Mid-Ohio BIdg. Corp Jackson E. Betls $62.50 

Frank Pedatella .-- IVlario Blaggi 200.00 

Wl & M Holding Co Edward G. Biester, Jr 100.00 

68 East Court St., Inc ----do 100.00 

LibtuI Realty Co., Inc Jonathan B. Bingham... 237.50 

David Harrison, Jr., d.b.a. Branchdale BIdg-. Ray Blanton 200.00 

Linbeck Enterprises, Inc ..- Frank T. Bow 200.00 

IVlort Linder & Associates John Brademas 200.00 

Abe Rothstein Frank J. Brasco -. 200.00 

Forum Realty Corp. William G. Bray 211.00 

Romeo Gadoua _ Wm. S. Broomfield 350.00 

David S. Meyer ML. Donald G. Brotzman 130.88 

Office Centers, Inc Clarence J. Brown 100.00 

Pado, Inc., investment Co James T. Broyhill 70.00 

Triplett Realty Co. __ do 133.00 

Dominion Management Co Joel T. Broyhill 305.97 

A. Gray Boylston J. Herbert Burke 165.00 

Smith-Devine Real Estate James A. Byrne . 200.00 

Lucille & Howard Whittingham Goodloe E. Byron 100.00 

Clavin Real Estate Hugh L. Carey 200.00 

Eastwood Mall, Inc Charles J. Carney 170.00 

B., K., & R. Burdman do 180.00 

Edwin Roberts Tim Lee Carter 100.00 

Edgar & Margaret M. Dunn.Jr Bill Chappell, Jr 200.00 

Otto G. Moses Shirley Chisholm 200.00 

Eureka Inn Don H. Clausen 80.00 

Wells Fargo Bank do 145.00 

CarlV.&/or Fern Jones - Del Clawson 200.00 

Richard Anderson, d.b.a. P.O. R., Inc William (Bill) Clay 200.00 

J. W. SimoneauSons Realty Corp James C. Cleveland 175.00 

JohnStorcel Harold R. Collier 150.00 

Oak Cliff Bank & trust Co James M. Collins 200.00 

Lex Terrae, Inc William M. Colmer '5.00 

First Agricultural Bank Silvio 0. Conte 200.00 

KGS Co John Conyers, Jr 200.00 

Victory Professional BIdg .. . James C. Gorman 100.00 

AbeVickter do 100.00 

Chrispaul Corp Lawrence Coughlin 200.00 

First National Bank of Mt. Prospect Philip M. Crane ?^S- 2° 

Village Professional BIdg Glenn R. Davis 200.00 

Reed Offices, Inc John W. Davis 200.00 

Quinco, Inc _- ._ _ - Eligio de la Garza 100.00 

Charles W. Schaefer James J. Delaney 150.00 

Cascade Offices Co John Dellenback onn*^ 

Professional Property Management Co Ronald V. Dellums o^S 

Alan F. Glover Frank E. Denholm 200.00 

Westcott Hotel David W. Dennis inn n 

J. F. Dusenbury ._- William L. Dickinson 200.00 

Burton W. London Charles C. Diggs.Jr 150.00 

Clarence C. Gary do onS'SS 

Mid-Wayne Corp John D. Dingell ?29-Sn 

H. Wilson & Stephen G. Guernsey - John G. Dow }?/• „ 

W. C. McGuffey, Jr John Dowdy - 140.00 

Court Plaza, Ltd Thomas N. Downing - ,Sn c2 

In Town Realty Trust.-- Robert F. Drinan. -- Jrnnn 

Lacava-Paino Realty Trust do..- onnnn 

Mrs. LynnSheeley,Sr John J. Duncan ?cS nS 

Arnold Goldsborough Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont ?„„• n 

Morvel Realty Co., Inc.. Florence P. Dwyer omnn 

Pacific Property Management Co Don Edwards " ^^cnn 

Estelle J. Anderson - do J?n-99 

Lloyd Andrus Edwin W. Edwards.. ckS 

Jansen Chapman.. Jack Edwards ,nc "2^ 

Mitchell Corp -- -do llnnn 

First Federal Savings & Loan Assn Joshua Eilberg 55^ 22 

McLean-Hobbs Marvin L. Esch -- ^5?-2^ 

Cunningham Drugstores, Inc do ,?i-22 

William M.Sinclair Co Walter E. Fauntroy 125.00 

Western Catholic Union -- Paul Findley U2n2 

Harry Lefever Hamilton Fish.Jr ■^?r-22 

John I. Smith, Sr .-.-do - onn22 

Navarro Travis Corp 0. C. Fisher 200.00 

E.G.Harper - John J. Flynt, Jr 100.00 

PipD,lnc Gerald R. Ford 110.00 

William Siemasz .- William D. Ford 200.00 

Treasurer of Morris County -- Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen 200.00 

One Hundred-Twelve, Inc Bill Frenzel 200.00 

C. Sweet Smith, Jr Louis Frey.Jr 83.33 

Koger Properties, Inc do 116.67 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for January 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

Feb. 1 5905 Rory Associates, 1 no Cornelius E. Gallagher .. $150.00 

224 Fifth Ave., Inc _ Joseph iVl. Gaydos.. 250.00 

Beaty Shopping Center, Inc Tom S. Gettys _ 100.00 

Hillsboro Bank Sam Gibbons 180.00 

I^orth Hollywood Savings & Loan Barry M. Goldwater, Jr. 200.00 

City of IMev^ Britain Ella T. Grasso 200.00 

Catherine Kuca Kenneth J. Gray.. .. 3UO.0O 

Deposit Guaranty iMational Bank Charles H. Griffin 227 50 

Phyllis Z. Birnkrant Martha W.Griffiths 150. CO 

Francis B. Garvey _ James R. Grover, Jr 200.00 

Palo Alto Town & Country Village, Inc Charles S. Gubser 200.00 

Kensington Associates Gilbert Gude 150.00 

Robert P. Long Associates, lnc_ do 50.00 

D. H. Sloan, Jr James A. Haley 100.00 

Egbert T.Smith Enterprises, Inc do 100.00 

Dillon Investment Co Durward G. Hall 200.00 

G. L. G. Associates Seymour Halpern 200.00 

California Federai Savings & Loan Assn Richard T. Hanna 200.00 

George F. Hanigan Julia Butler Hansen... _ 100.00 

Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co ___ Orval Hansen 50.00 

First Security Bank of Idaho do 117.00 

Batavia Professional Bldg._ William H. Harsha. 165.00 

CMP Realty Co James Harvey ._. 190.00 

Allegany Estates Corp James F. Hastings 145.00 

Canal National Bank William D. Hathaway 200.00 

Broadway Manchester BIdg. Corp.. Augustus F. Hawkins 200.00 

Frank M. Huff-. _ ___ Wayne L. Hays . 250.00 

Mid-Town Real Estate Co Ken Hechler . 200.00 

One Washington Street Co... _ Margaret IVl. Heckler . 200.00 

Rutherford East. Inc Henry Helstoski 350.00 

Fanning Starkey Co Floyd V. Hicks . 200.00 

Union Bank & Trust Co Elwood Hillis 125.00 

Iverson Mall Joint Venture Lawrence J. Hogan 200.00 

Home Savings & Loan Assn Chet Holified_._. . . . 192.00 

One Fourteen Corp John E. Hunt 100.00 

Robert BoakGS do. 100.00 

Houston Realty Investment Co Richard H. Ichord 100.00 

Baudendistel Real Estate _._do 100.00 

Indiana National Bank Andrew Jacobs, Jr... 200.00 

Morton a Turnipseed Ed Jones ._ ._ . 100.00 

J. I. Morgan Estate Walter R.Jones 125.00 

National Mutual Benefit Robert W. Kastenmeier__ 200.00 

Tower Life BIdg Abraham Kazen, Jr 200.00 

Mace BIdg Hastings Keith 175.00 

5820 Main St., Inc Jack F. Kemp. 200.00 

J. P. McGirr Co., inc. Carleton J. King. 150.00 

Joseph Harnik _ John C. Kluczynski 150.00 

Cooper Realty Co _ Dan Kuykendall 182.50 

Knox Broadcasting, Inc.. Peter N. Kyros 200.00 

Ronald D. Jacobson Earl F. Landgrebe 200.00 

Jack 0. & Doris L. Mellon. ...do 150.00 

Bank of Wood County Delbert L. Latta... 84.00 

Tennessee St. Professional Center Robert L. Leggett 350.00 

Peoples Savings & Loan Assn Alton Lennon 115. 00 

County Federal Savings & Loan Assn Norman F. Lent 250.00 

Jena Insurance Agency, Inc... Speedy 0. Long '. ... 125.00 

T. N. Fidel Manuel Lujan, Jr 100.00 

Borel Estate Co Paul N. McCloskey, Jr 200.00 

Simplot Realty Corp James A. McClure 190.00 

Noel Investment Co Mike McCormack 200.00 

Northeastern Pa. National Bank & Trust Co. Joseph M. McDade 175.00 

Farmington Holding Co... Jack H. McDonald 275.00 

Ogdensburg Trust Co. . Robert C. McEwen 100.00 

First Security Bank of Utah K. Gunn McKay 75.00 

John Porcelli & Associates Stewart B. McKinney 200.00 

D.A.C. Associates . do 150.00 

Robert N. Richardson John L. McMillan 125.00 

Glen D, Crumal Robert B. (Bob) Mathias 165.00 

Gibson Products Co. of Albany Dawson Mathis 200.00 

Pan American Financial Corp . ... Spark M. Matsunaga 350.00 

Rocky Mountain Fire & Gas Co John Melcher. 60.00 

Collier-Lewis Realty Co.. Ralph H. Metcalfe 350.00 

First National Bank of Peoria Robert H. Michel. 200.00 

Albert Lencioni AbnerJ. Mikva 150.00 

Abraham Kofman George P. Miller 200.00 

Loyola Federal Savings & Loan Assn William 0. Mills 200. 00 

Harry Amsterdam . . . . .. Joseph G. Minish 150.00 

T. Tomita,lnc . Patsy T. Mink. 200.00 

C. & W. Corp Robert H. Mollohan 96.75 



211 
DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for January 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

5905 Mallen Realty Trust F. Bradford Morse $95.00 

Lowell Sun Realty Co do 104.00 

Alfred & Jean J. Porkolab Charles A. Mosher 120.00 

3215 W. 103d St. Bldg Morgan F. Murphy 200.00 

Rufus Brandenburg William H. Natcher 105.00 

William Parker Lucien N. Nedzi 120.00 

Citizens Bank . Ancher Nelsen.. 135.00 

Equitable Realty Corp Robert N. C. Nix 150.00 

William Ross & John B. Bruff James G. O'Hara _. 200.00 

Northland Television, Inc Alvin E. O'Konski 350. 00 

Ouachita National Bank Otto E. Passman 200. 00 

E. & W. Professional Building Jerry L. Pettis 50.00 

242 Building - -do._ 150.00 

Phelps Dodge Cable & Wire Co Peter A. Peyser _ 250.00 

Oneida County Eisenhower Club, Inc Alexander Pirnie 200.00 

Dominick J. Cisternino Bertram L. Podell __ 350.00 

Joseph & Marilyn Bacher Walter E. Powell 200.00 

S. J. M. Bldg. Corp Roman C. Pucinski 200.00 

Preston Tower. Graham Purcell 200.00 

Fred W. Schuster _. _ Albert H. Quie 138.00 

Welty Bros. Auctioneers, Inc Wm. J. Randall -. 20.00 

Kenwood Holding Corp., Inc Charles B.Rangel... 200.00 

William Horowitz Thomas M. Rees 350.00 

Ahrle Properties Ogden R. Reid _.. 350.00 

Charne,Glassner,Tehan, Clancy &Taitelman_ Henry S. Reuss — 350.00 

Metropolitan Bldg Donald W. Riegle, Jr .-- 325.00 

Farmers & Merchants National Bank J. Kenneth Robinson 130.00 

Law Building, Inc Paul G. Rogers ._. 220.00 

American National Bank Teno Roncalio --. 200.00 

Rose Kokot Fred B. Rooney ._ 175.00 

Leonard L. Levin . Dan Rostenkowski _ -.. 350.00 

Nader, Inc . . __.. J. Edward Roush - 200.00 

F. G.& H.J. Kennedy.. John H. Rousselot - 200.00 

Homes International, Inc William R. Roy ^nS'nn 

First National Bank of Dona Ana County Harold Runnels - J22 nS 

Mary Ruth McCrory do 

Home Savings & Loan Assn Earl B. Ruth... 

1145 Fox St. Corp William F. Ryan 

Ackerman Realty Co Charles W. Sandman, Jr -. ^^^-^P 

Salvatore & Rose Consalvo,Sr do „^"-95 

Emma M. Butler Paul S. Sarbanes 200.00 

Sailon Realty Corp James H.Scheuer 135.00 

Henry Michel, Inc do 160.00 

LotNo. 2Co_... JohnG. Schmitz 200.00 

Fidelity National Bank of Pennsylvania Herman T. Schneebeli. - Icn nn 

Union Bldg. Co Fred Schwengsl. 

Hays Bancorp Keith G. Sebelius 

Richard D. Boyd... do 

Grant Washington Professional Bldg John F. Ssiberling o^X"2S 

Jo Ann Watson George E.Shipley --- 200.00 

Pitney Bowes, Inc Richard G.Shoup.. --- PS" n 

Eight-Thirty, Inc Garner E. Shriver. ^SS'^" 

Robert B. Lambert... Joe Skubitz 9000 

Roy R. Robe do 50.00 

William N. Caton do 55.00 

Niagara Mohawk Power Corp Henry P.Smith III io? nn 

Insurance Exchange Bldg Neal Smith },nnn 

Bryson Land Co., Inc . . . . .. GeneSnyder .-- 130.00 

Mrs. Hubs. Covington Floyd Spence • 100.00 

Champaign National Bank William L. Springer 200.00 

Andrew & Helen A. Detch Harlev 0. Staggers 135.00 

Coral Ridge Bldg. Co J. William Stanton 200.CO 

Masonic Temple Assn Tom Steed ^n"?" 

George & Olvna M. Faubion, Jr do 100. CO 

Evelyn P. Lonergan Robert H. Steele 200. CO 

Southern Mutual Insurance Co Robert G. Stephens, Jr 225.00 

Griggs-Ficklin.Inc do 100.00 

Goodman Development Co., Inc Samuel S. Stratton 300.00 

Professional Bldg Frank A. Stubblefield... 100.00 

Stuckey Development Corp W. S. (Bill) Stucksv, Jr 200. 00 

Sidney M.Studt James W. Symington 200.00 

Davis & Davis Realty Co., Inc Roy A. Taylor 200.00 

American Amusement Co Charles M. Teague 100.00 

Farmers & Merchants Bank Vernon W. Thomson 75.00 

Samuel Nardone & Co Robert 0. Tiernan 200.00 

Margaret Stegeman Maentz Guy Vander Jagt 5n'nn 

University Park Professional Bldg do 140.00 

Hilltop Management Co Charles A. Vanik 200.00 



125. 00 
112.00 
200. 00 



250. 00 
100.00 
40.00 



Edgar E. Pankey & Floy'd'ArBlower.'--''-"' Victor V. Veysey 200.00 



212 
DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for January 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

Feb. 1 5905 Park View Professional Centre Victor V. Veysey $87.50 

David L. Ekker Joseph P. Vigorito 150.00 

John Doles, Jr Joe D. Wagsonner, Jr 100.00 

James D. & Diane Y. Martin Jerome R. Waldie 200.00 

Jim Dougherty William C. VVampler 150.00 

Trustees for Delaware County Republican John Ware 100.00 

Committee. 

Chester County Republican Committee do.. _. 210.00 

Allegheny Sales Co J. Irving Whalley 100.00 

Will A. Hickman Jamie L. Whitten 125.00 

Crown Savings & Loan Assn Charles E. Wiggins 200.00 

County Commercial Corp do 150.00 

Township of Soringfield Lawrence G. Williams 200.00 

Janet C. Medina Charles H. Wilson 150.00 

Albert Kimball & Michael Salomone Lester L. Wolff.. 200.00 

Minthorn Properties Wendell Wyatt 150.00 

Homeway Realty Corp John W. Wydler 350.00 

Colonial Berk Real Estate Co Gus Yatron 100.00 

Leona Wozinski Clement J. Zablocki 150.00 

Meridian Corp Roger H. Zion 65. 00 

10 6194 J. Fridlich John G. Dow 260.00 

(September-December 1971) 

6195 Murphy & Dunn William P. Curlinjr 140.00 

(Dec. 10-31, 1971) 

6196 H. W. Guernsey Realtors John G. Dow 312.50 

(August-December 1971) 

6197 Mary Ruth McCrory Harold L. Runnels 50.00 

(August-September 1971) 

11 6268 Michael J. Kane William A. Barrett 200.00 

6269 Andrew McNally John N. Erienborn 200.00 

6270 Hamlin Bank & Trust Co Albert W. Johnson 35.00 

6271 10 Rutgers Place, I nc Frank Thompson, Jr 200.00 

6272 Joseph F. Dobias William B. Widnall 100.00 

(December 1971) 

6317 Janss Corp.-V\/illiam Walters Co Craig Hosmer 172.00 

24 6519 Law & Finance BIdg. of Greensburg, I nc John H. Dent 260.00 

25 6564 C.D.Murphy,A.F.Kimball&M. J. Salomone.. Lester L.Wolff 150.00 

(December 1971) 

Members' district office rentals for February 1972: 

Lessor Congressman 

Mar. 2 6757 Great Bridge Developers Watkins M. Abbitt 120.00 

George Abbitt, Jr. do . 75.00 

B.M.L. Co James Abourezk 133.00 

Dakota West Corp do 217.00 

Educational Alliance, Inc Bella S. Abzug 200.00 

Louis DeSena & C. Benedict Mauro Joseph P. Addabbo 100.00 

Arkansas State University Bill Alexander 200.00 

Pacific Trade Center Glenn M. Anderson 200.00 

Rock River Savings John B. Anderson 160.00 

John E. Sloan, Jr William R. Anderson 200.00 

Sam & Abe Brenner John M. Ashbrook 100.00 

MYCO, Inc ....do 100.00 

840 Grand Concourse Associates Herman Badillo . . 275.00 

P.T. Love LaMar Baker 200.00 

Hiatt & Green Enterprises Nick Begich 325.00 

Holiday Office Park Associates Bob Bergland 150.00 

Betty M. Drake Jackson E. Belts 60.00 

Mid-Ohio BIdg. Corp do 62.50 

Frank Pedatella Mario Biaggi 200.00 

M. & M. Holding Co Edward G. Blester, Jr. 100.00 

68 East Court St., Inc do 100.00 

LibtuI Realty Co., Inc Jonathan B. Bingham 237.50 

David Harrison, Jr., d.b.a. Branchdale BIdg.. Ray Blanton 200.00 

Linbeck Enterprises, Inc Frank T. Bow 200.00 

Mort Linder & Associates John Brademas .. . 200.00 

Abe Rothstein Frank J. Brasco.. 200.00 

Forum Realty Corp William G. Bray 211.00 

Romeo Gadoua... Wm. S. Broomfield 350.0n 

David S. Meyer III Donald G. Brotzman 130.88 

Office Centers, Inc Clarence J. Brown 100.00 

Pado, Inc., Investment Co. James T. Broyhill ... . . 70.00 

Triplett Realty Co do 133.00 

Dominion Management Co Joel T. Broyhill ^^ 305.97 

A. Gray Boylston J. Herbert Burke .. 165.00 

Smith-Devine Real Estate James A. Byrne. . 200.00 

Lucille & Howard Whittingham Goodloe E. Byron .. ., 100.00 



213 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for February 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

Mar. 2 6757 Clavln Real Estate Hugh L. Carey 

Eastwood Mall, Inc Charles J. Carney 

B., K., & R. Burdman do 

Edwin Roberts Tim Lee Carter 

Edgar & Margaret M. Dunn, Jr Bill Chappeil, Jr 

Otto G. iVloses -- Shirley Chisholm 

Eureka Inn -- Don H. Clausen 

Wells Fargo Banl< do _ 

Carl V. &/or Fern Jones Del Clawson 

Richard Anderson, d.b.a. P.O.R., Inc William (Bill) Clay 

J. W. Simoneau Sons Realty Corp James C. Cleveland 

JohnStorcel Harold R. Collier. _. 

Oal( Cliff Bank & Trust Co James M. Collins 

LexTerrae, Inc William Wl. Colmer -- 

First Agricultural National Bank Silvio 0. Conte --. 

KGS Co ..John Conyers, Jr 

Victory Professional Bldg .- James C. Gorman 

AbeVicktar do 

Chrispaul Corp - Lawrence Coughlin 

First National Bank of Mt. Prospect Philip M. Crane 

Murphy & Dunn _ William P. Curlin,Jr 

Frederick W. Radke _. Glenn R. Davis 

Reed Offices, Inc John W. Davis 

Quinco, Inc Eligiode la Garza 

Charles W. Schaefer James J. Delaney 

Cascade Offices Co John Dellenback — 

Professional Property Management Co Ronald V. Dellums 

Alan F. Glover Frank E. Denholm 

Westcott Hotel David W. Dennis 

J. F. Dusenbury William L. Dickinson 

Burton W. London... Charles C. Diggs.Jr 

Clarence C. Gary do 

Mid-Wayne Corp. John D. Dingell 

Israel Fridlich John D. Dow 

H. W. Guernsey Realtors ..do 

W. C. McGuffey, Jr John Dowdy 

Court Plaza, Ltd. Thomas N. Downing 

In Town Realty Trust Robert F. Drinan 

Lacava-Paino Realty Trust do 

Mrs. Lynn Sheeley.Sr John J. Duncan... 

Arnold Goldsborough Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont 

Morvel Realty Co., Inc Florence P. Dwyer 

Pacific Property Management Co Don Edwards 

Estelle J. Anderson do 

Lloyd Andrus Edwin W. Edwards 

Jansen Chapman Jack Edwards 

Mitchell Corp do 

First Federal Savings & Loan Assn Joshua Eilberg 

McLean-Hobbs Marvin L. Esch 

Cunningham Drugstores, Inc do 

William M. Sinclair Co Walter E. Fauntroy 

Western Catholic Union Paul Findley 

Harry Lefever Hamilton Fish, Jr 

Hudson Savings & Loan Assn do 

John I. Smith, Sr do 

Navarro Travis Corp 0. C. Fisher 

E. G. Harper John J. Flynt, Jr 

Pipp, Inc Gerald R. Ford 

William Siemasz William D. Ford 

Treasurer of Morris County Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen " 

One Hundred-Twelve, Inc Bill Frenzel 

C. Sweet Smith, J r Louis Frey, Jr 

Koger Properties, Inc do 

Rory Associates, Inc Cornelius E. Gallagher 

224 Fifth Ave., Inc Joseph M. Gaydos 

Beaty Shopping Center, Inc Tom S. Gettys 

Hillsboro Bank Sam Gibbons 

North Hollywood Savings & Loan Barry M. Goldwater, Jr 

City of New Britain Ella T. Grasso 

Catherine Kuca Kenneth J. Gray 

Deposit Guaranty National Bank Charles H. Griffin 

Phyllis Z. Birnkrant Martha W. Griffiths 

Francis B. Garvey James R. Grover, Jr 

Palo Alto Town & Country Village, Inc Charles S. Gubser 

Kensington Associates: Gilbert Gude 

Robert P. Long Associates, Inc do 

D. H. Sloan, Jr James A. Haley 

Egbert T. Smith Enterprises, Inc do 

Dillon Investment Co Durward G. Hall 

G.L.G. Associates Seymour Halpern 

Civic Center Enterprises Richard T. Hanna 

George F. Hanigan. Julia Butler Hansen 



214 
DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for February 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

6757 Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co Orval Hansen $50.00 

First Security Banl< of Idaho do 117.00 

Batavia Professional BIdg William H. Harsha 165.00 

CMP Realty Co James Harvey 190.00 

Allegany Estates Corp James F. Hastings 145. 00 

Canal National Bank William D. Hathaway 200.00 

Broadway Manchester BIdg. Corp Augustus F. Hawkins 200. 00 

Frank M. Huff Wayne L. Hays 250.00 

Mid-Town Real Estate Co Ken Hechler 200.00 

One Washington Street Co Margaret M. Heckler 200.00 

Rutherford East, Inc Henry Helstoski 350. 00 

Fanning Starkey Co Floyd V. Hicks 200.00 

Union Bank & Trust Co Elwood Hiliis 125.00 

Iverson Mall Joint Venture Lawrence J. Hogan 200.00 

Home Savings & Loan Assn Chet Holifield 192. 00 

One Fourteen Corp John E. Hunt 100.00 

Robert Boakes do 100.00 

Houston Realty Investment Co Richard H. Ichord 100. 00 

Baudendistel Real Estate do 100.00 

Indiana National Bank Andrew Jacobs, Jr 200.00 

Morton & Turnipseed Ed Jones 100.00 

J. I. Morgan Estate Walter B. Jones 125.00 

National Mutual Benefit Robert W. Kastenmeier 200.00 

Tower Life BIdg Abraham Kazen,Jr 200.00 

Mace BIdg Hastings Keith 175.00 

5820 Main St., Inc Jack F. Kemp 200.00 

J. P. McGirr Co., Inc _. Carleton J. King 150.00 

Joseph Harnik John C. Klucznyski 150.00 

Cooper Realty Co Dan Kuykendall 182.50 

Knox Broadcasting, Inc Peter N. Kyros 200. 00 

Ronald D. Jacobson Earl F. Landgrebe 200. 00 

Jack 0. & Doris L. Mellon do 150.00 

Bank of Wood County Delbert L. Latta 84.00 

Tennessee St. Professional Center Robert L. Leggstt _ 350. 00 

Peoples Savings & Loan Assn Alton Lennon 115.00 

County Federal Savings & Loan Assn Norman F. Lent.. -_ 250.00 

Jena Insurance Agency, lnc__. __. Speedy 0. Long 125.00 

T. N. Fidel Manuel Lujan.Jr 100.00 

Borell Estate Co Paul N. McCloskey, Jr 200.00 

Simplot Realty Corp _._ James A. McClure 190.00 

Noal Investment Co Mike McCormack 200.00 

Northeastern Pa. National Bank & Trust Co_. Joseph M. McDade _.. 175.00 

Farmington Holding Co Jack H. McDonald. 275.00 

Ogdensburg Trust Co,. Robert C. McEwen 100.00 

Prescott Properties, Inc.. John J. McFall 233.33 

First Security Bank of Utah _. K. Gunn McKay.. 75.00 

John Porcelli & Associates Stewart B. McKinney 200.00 

D. A. C. Associates .do. 150.00 

Robert N. Richardson John L. McMillan 125.00 

Glen D. Crumal Robert B. (Bob) Mathias 165.00 

Pan American Financial Corp. Spark M. Matsunaga 350.00 

Rocky Mountain Fire & Gas Co John Melcher 60.00 

Phala Redeen .do 150.00 

Collier-Lewis Realty Co Ralph H. Metcalfe 350.00 

First National Bank of Peoria Robert H. IVlichel.. 200.00 

Albert Lencioni Abner J. Mikva 150.00 

Abraham Kofman George P. Miller 200.00 

Loyola Federal Savings & Loan Assn William 0. Mills 200.00 

Harry Amsterdam Joseph G. Minish 150.00 

T. Tomita, Inc . Patsy T. Mink 200.00 

C. & W. Corp Robert H. Mollohan 96.75 

Mallen Realty Trust F. Bradford Morse 95.00 

Lowell Sun Realty Co... do 104.00 

Alfred & Jean J. Porkolab Charles A. Mosher 120.00 

3215 W. 103d St. BIdg Morgan F. Murphy 200.00 

Rufus Brandenburg William H. Natcher 105.00 

William Parker Lucien N. Nedzi.... 120. CO 

Citizens Bank Ancher Nelsen 135.00 

Equitable Realty Corp Robert N. C. Nix 150.00 

William Ross & John B. Bruff James G. O'Hara 500.00 

Northland Television, Inc Alvin E. O'Konski 350.00 

Ouachita National Bank Otto E. Passman 200.00 

E. & W. Professional Building.. Jerry L. Pettis 50. 00 

242 Building do. . 150.00 

Phelps Dodge Cable & Wire Co Peter A. Peyser 250.00 

Oneida County Eisenhower Club, Inc Alexander Pirnie.. 200.00 

Dominick J. Cisternino.. Bertram L. Podell 350.00 

Joseph & Marilyn Bacher. Walter E, Powell 200.00 

S, J. M. BIdg. Corp... Roman C. Pucinski 200.00 

Preston Tower Graham Purcell 200.00 



215 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for February 1972— Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

m^'\ 6757 FredW^Schuster^..^^,,.^, Albert H^JJuie^...........-...---...---- $138.00 

igel 

MTd-'fTa^lem CivicAssn'.'.'..II ^7--''° ^°°' ™ 



WeTty'Br7s'.' Au'ctio'neerVjnc.V.::::::------ Wm. J. Randall. 20. 00 

Kenwood Holding Corp., Inc Charles B. Rangel.... ^UU-UO 



William Horowitz PT' d'^6 '^S^' S^ono 

Ahrle Properties ,. Ogden R. Reid ^^O.UO 

Charne,Glassner,Tehan, Clancy &Taitelman. Henry SReuss ^bU.UU 

Metropolitan BIdg Donald W Riegle.Jr 325.00 

Farmers & Merchants National Bank J. Kenneth Robmson i^u.uu 

Law Building, Inc — - Paul G. Rogers... Z^O-OO 

American National Bank TenoRoncaho ZUO.OU 

RoseKokot FredB. Rooney 1/5.00 



LeonaVdL'LeVin:".'"^;'^;.------------!-- Pan,Rostenj<owski 350.00 

Horne's interna't'i'onaT.lnc.V."."..'..... ....... WiHiam R- RoV- 350.00 



N^d^j,;^;::':::::::::::::::::::::::-- j- Edward rousi, 2000 

F.G.& H.J. Kennedy John H. Rousselot ZOU.OO 



nornes irueiiiaiiuiiai, Mil- ■ — ^ J „ i inn nn 

First National Bank of Dona Ana County. ... Harold Runnels... }■»)>■ "u 

Mary Ruth WlcCrory .do j"-"" 

Home Savings & Loan Assn F.?l-^-'l"*5 Uooo 

ideal Management Corp William F Ryan ^5U.UU 

Ackerman Realty Co Charles W. Sandman, Jr 125.00 

Salvatore&RoseConsalvo,Sr do. -mnm 

Emma M.Butler Paul S. Sarbanes 200.00 

Sailon Realty Corp James H. Scheuer 1^5. UU 

Henry Michel, Inc ^i.'^^-irv-^i "" 900 nn 

Lot No. 2 Co , JohnG.Schmitz.. 200.00 

Fidelity National Bank of Pennsylvania Herman T.Schneebeli i". / a 

Union BIdg. Co I ^'^l^^^cT^r' inO 00 

Hays Bancorp - Keith G. Sebelius 100.00 

Richard D. Boyd r."'^?-^- -u--,- 9^nnn 

Grant Washington Professional BIdg John F.Seiber ling ^su.uu 

I. ,i..-n,_i— _ Ronrop F <;hin f>V ZUU. UU 



Pitney Bowes, Inc Richard G.Shoup 100.00 

Eight-Thirty, Inc — - Garner E.Shriver 200.00 

Robert B. Lambert Joe Skubitz 90.00 



Roy'R:Rob^::::::::::::: do - 50.00 

William N. Caton .-.--d°; 



Niagara Mojiaw'k'p'o'wer Corp.r.'.'..^ M!!I[''cLt^u"^'*'' '" ^'^^'^^ 

Andrew &'Heren"A"Detch."."...... Harley 0. Staggers 135.00 



insurance ExchangeBldgV-I^y.y.ll.. !^ .«!'.?.'?.'*]'.- ^^^'^^ 

e 

c'ham7ai'gn'N7tional"Bankr.V.'.'.".".'.-'.'.:'.'.'. William' L. Springer 200.00 



Bryson La n"dCoT,'Tnc'.-7.V.'. ■.:::.- Gene Snyder. 130-00 

Mrs. Hub S. Covington Floyd Spence. ---- ™-UU 



Coral Ridge BIdg. Co J. William Stanton 203.00 

Geuge&Olvna M. Faubion,Jr Tom Steed 

Evelyn P. Lonergan Robert H.Steele. 200.00 



Geuge&Olvna M. Faubion,Jr Tom Steed. 100.00 

Evelyn P. Lonergan Robert H 

Southern Mutual Insurance Co. Robert C 

Griggs-Ficklin,lnc do lu"-"" 

Goodman Development Co., Inc.. Samuel SStratton ^OU.OO 

Professional BIdg ,'^f^"^^,?^*"c^'''f "'""f- " 200 00 

Stuckey Development Corp..... W. S.(Bill)Stuckey, Jr. 200.00 

Sidney M.Studt James W. Symington -^00. 00 

Davis & Davis Realty Co., Inc Roy A. Taylor. 



Sidney M.Studt James W.Symington 

Davis & Davis Realty Co., Inc Roy A. Taylor. ^00- uu 

American Amusement Co Charles M. Teague luu.uu 



Farmers & Merchants Bank Vernon W.Thomson 75.00 

Samuel Nardone & Co Robert Tiernan -- ^UJ-U" 

Margaret Stegeman Maentz Guy Vander Jagt ^^-u^ 



University Park Professional BIdg .do.. . .- 

Hilltop Management Co Charles A Vanik 2UU.0U 

Edgar E. Pankey & Floyd A. Blower. Victor V. Veysey.. ■=:"»■ "" 



Park View Professional Centre _do_ 

David L. Ekker .— oseph P. Vigorito. — - 150-00 

John Doles, Jr ...-- Joe D. Waggonner, Jr.... - .--- 100-00 

James D. & Diane Y. Martin Jerome R. Waldie 2uu.uu 

Jim Dougherty William C. Wampler 50.00 

Trustees for Delaware County Republican John Ware luu. uu 

Committee. 

Chester County Republican Committee do.. .- 

Allegheny Sales Co ■)- 'ryng Whajley 

Will A. Hickman -lamie L. Whitten 

Crown Savings & Loan Assn Charles E. Wiggins.... 

County Commercial Corp ^o.. ..- 

Township of Springfield.... Lawrence G. Williams. 

Janet C. Medina Charles H Wilson.... 

C. D. Murphy, A. F. Kimball& M. J.Salomone. Lester L. Wolff 

Minthorn Properties Wendell Wyatt. 

Homeway Realty Corp John W. Wydler 

Colonial Berk Real Estate Co Gus Yatron 



216 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for February 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

12 

2 6757 Leona Wozinski... Clement J. Zablocki... $150.00 

Meridian Corp___ Roger H. Zion__. 65.00 

1 6794 Champaign National Bank William L. Springer 100.00 

(August-December 1971) 

6795 Do William L. Springer 40.00 

(January-February) 

8 7018 Andrew McNally... _ John N. Erienborn 200.00 

7019 Janss Corp.-William Walters Co Craig Hosmer 172.00 

7020 10 Rutgers Place, I nc Frank Thompson, Jr 200.00 

7021 Joseph F. Dobias William B. Widnall... 100.00 

Members' district office rentals for March 1972: 

Lessor Congressman 

3 7763 Great Bridge Developers Watkins M. Abbitt 120.00 

George Abbitt,Jr do 75.00 

B.M.L. Co James Abourezk 133.00 

Dakota West CorP do 183.50 

Educational Alliance, Inc Bella S. Abzug 200.00 

Louis DeSena & C. Benedict Mauro Joseph P. Addabbo 100. 00 

Arkansas State University Bill Alexander .-.., 200.00 

Pacific Trade Center Glenn M. Anderson 200. 00 

Rock River Savings John B.Anderson 160.00 

John E. Sloan, Jr William B. Anderson 200.00 

Sam & Abe Brenner John M. Ashbrook 100.00 

MYCO, Inc do 100.00 

840 Grand Concourse Associates Herman Badillo 275.00 

P. T. Love LaMar Baker 200.00 

Hiatt & Green Enterprises Nick Begich 325. 00 

Holiday Office Park Associates Bob Bergland 150.00 

Betty M. Drake Jackson E. Belts... 60. 00 

Mid-Ohio BIdg. Corp do 62. 50 

Frank Pedatella Mario Biaggi 200.00 

M. & M. Holding Co Edward G. Biester,Jr 100.00 

68 East Court St., Inc do 100.00 

LibtuI Realty Co., Inc Jonathan B. Bingham 312. 50 

David Harrison, Jr., d.b.a. Branchdale BIdg.. Ray Blanton 200. 00 

Linbeck Enterprises, Inc Frank T. Bow 200. 00 

Mort Linder & Associates John Brademas 200.00 

Abe Rothstein Frank J. Brasco 200.00 

Forum Realty Corp William G. Bray... 225. 00 

Romeo Gadoua Wm. S. Broomfield 350. 00 

David S. Meyer III Donald G. Brotzman 130.88 

Office Centers, Inc Clarence J. Brown 100.00 

Pado, Inc., Investment Co _- James T. Broyhill 70.00 

Triplett Realty Co do 133.00 

Dominion Management Co Joel T. Broyhill 305.97 

A. Gray Boylston J. Herbert Burke 165.00 

Smith-Devine Real Estate James A. Byrne 200.00 

Lucille & Howard Whittingham Goodloe E. Byron 100.00 

Clavin Real Estate Hugh L. Carey 200.00 

Eastwood Mall, Inc CharlesJ. Carney 170.00 

B. K. & R. Burdman do... 180.00 

Edwin Roberts Tim Lee Carter 100.00 

Edgar & Margaret M. Dunn, Jr Bill Chappell.Jr 200.00 

Otto G. Moses Shirley Chisholm 235. OC 

Eureka Inn Don H, Clausen 80.00 

Wells Fargo Bank do 145.00 

Carl V. &/or Fern Jones Del Clawson.. 200.00 

Richard Anderson, d.b.a. P.O.R., Inc William (Bill) Clay 200.00 

J. W. Simoneau Sons Realty Corp James C. Cleveland 175.00 

John Storcel Harold R. Collier 150.00 

Oak Cliff Bank & Trust Co _ James M. Collins _, 200.00 

Lex Terrae, Inc _. William M. Colmer 75.00 

First Agricultural National Bank Silvio 0. Conte_ ___ 200.00 

KGS Co John Conyers, Jr 200.00 

Victory Professional BIdg James C. Corman. 100.00 

Abe Vickter _ do 100.00 

Chrispaul Corp. _. Lawrence Coughlin 200.00 

First National Bank of Mt. Prospect ._ Philip M. Crane 350.00 

H. Faster Pettit __ .._. William P. Curlin.Jr 350.00 

Frederick W. Radke Glenn R. Davis. 220.00 

Reed Offices, Inc John W.Davis 200.00 

Quinco,lnc Eligiodela Garza 100.00 

Charles W.Schaefer... James J. Delaney 150.00 

Cascade Offices Co John Dellenback 165. 00 

Professional Property Management Co. Ronald V. Dellums 80.00 

Alan F. Glover Frank E. Denholm 200.00 



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No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for Marcii 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

7763 Westcott Hotel David W. Dennis $100.00 

J. F. Dusenbury William L. Dickinson 200.00 

Burton W. London... Charles C. Diggsjr.. 150.00 

Clarence C.Gary do 50.00 

Mid-Wayne Corp Joiin D. Dingell 200.00 

H. W. Guernsey Realtors John G. Dow 200.00 

Israel Fridlich... do 125.00 

W. C. McGuffeyJr John Dowdy 140.00 

Court Plaza, Ltd Thomas N. Downing.. 200.00 

In Town Realty Trust... _. Robert F. Drinan 100.00 

Lacava-Paino Realty Trust.. do 150.00 

Mrs. Lynn Sheeley.Sr John J. Duncan 200.00 

Arnold Goldsborough Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont.. 350.00 

Morvel Realty Co., Inc Florence P. Dwyer 200.00 

Pacific Property Management Co Don Edwards 200.00 

Estelle J. Anderson do 125.00 

Lloyd Andrus Edwin W. Edwards 150.00 

Jansen Chapman Jacl< Edwards 65.00 

Mitchell Corp do 135.00 

First Federal Savings & Loan Assn Joshua Eilberg 350. 00 

McLean-Hobbs Marvin L. Esch 325.00 

Cunningham Drugstores, Inc do 25.00 

William M.Sinclair Co Walter E Fauntroy 125.00 

Western Catholic Union Paul Findley 110.00 

Harry Lefever Hamilton Fish, Jr 125.00 

Hudson Savings & Loan Assn do 100.00 

John I. Smith, Sr do 75.00 

Navarro Travis Corp 0. C. Fisher 200.00 

E. G. Harper John J. Flynt,Jr 100.00 

Pipp, Inc Gerald R. Ford 120.00 

William Siemasz William D. Ford 200.00 

Treasurer of Morris County Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen 200.00 

One Hundred-Twelve, Inc Bill Frenzel... 200.00 

C. Sweet Smith. Jr Louis Frey, Jr 83.33 

Koger Properties, Inc do 116.67 

Rory Associates, Inc Cornelius E. Gallagher 150.00 

224 Fifth Ave., Inc Joseph M. Gaydos 250.00 

Beaty Shopping Center, Inc Tom S. Gettys 100.00 

Hillsboro Bank Sam Gibbons 180.00 

North Hollywood Savings & Loan Barry M. Goldwater, Jr 200.00 

City of New Britain Ella T. Grasso 200.00 

Catherine Kuca Kenneth J. Gray 300.00 

Deposit Guaranty National Bank Charles H. Griffin 227.50 

Phyllis Z. Birnkrant Martha W. Griffiths 150.00 

Francis B. Garvey James R. Grover, Jr 200.00 

Palo Alto Town & Country Village, Inc Charles S. Gubser 200.00 

Kensington Associates Gilbert Gude 150.00 

Robert P. Long Associates, Inc do 50.00 

D. H.Sloan, Jr James A. Haley 100.00 

Egbert T. Smith Enterprises, Inc do 100.00 

Dillon Investment Co Durward G. Hall 200.00 

G. L. G. Associates Seymour Halpern 200.00 

Civic Center Enterprises Richard T. Hanna 350.00 

George F. Hanigan Juiia Butler Hansen 100.00 

Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co Crval Hansen 50.00 

First Security Bank of Idaho.. do 117.00 

Batavia Professional BIdg William H. Harsha 165.00 

CMP Realty Co James Harvey 190.00 

Allegany Estates Corp James F. Hastings 145. 00 

Canal National Bank William D. Hathaway - 200.00 

Broadway Manchester BIdg. Corp Augustus F. Hawkins 200.00 

Frank M. Huff Wayne L. Hays 250.00 

Mid-Town Real Estate Co Ken Hechler 200.00 

One Washington Street Co Margaret M. Heckler 200.00 

Rutherford East, Inc Henry Helstoski 350.00 

Fanning Starkey Co Floyd V. Hicks 200.00 

Jamaica Realty Trust Louise Day Hicks 750.00 

Union Bank & Trust Co Elwood Hillis 125.00 

Iverson Mall Joint Venture Lawrence J. Hogan 200. 00 

Home Savings & Loan Assn Chet Holifield 192.00 

One Fourteen Corp John E. Hunt 100.00 

Robert Boakes do 100.00 

Houston Realty Investment Co Richard H. Ichord 100.00 

Baudendistel Real Estate do 100.00 

Indiana National Bank Andrew Jacobs, Jr 200.00 

Morton STurnipseed Ed Jones 100.00 

J. I. Morgan Estate Walter B.Jones 125.00 

National Mutual Benefit Robert W. Kastenmeier 200.00 

Tower Life BIdg Abraham Kazen.Jr 200.00 



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DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for March 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

Apr. 3 7763 National Credits, Inc James Kee $520.00 

IVlace BIdg Hastings Keith 175.00 

5820 Main St., Inc Jacl( F. Kemp 200.00 

J. P. McGirr Co., Inc Carleton J. King 150.00 

Joseph Harnik__ John C. Kluczynski 150.00 

Cooper Realty Co Dan Kuyl<endall 182.50 

Knox Broadcasting, Inc Peter N. Kyros 200.00 

Ronald D. Jacobson Earl F. Landgrebe 200.00 

Jack 0. & Doris L. Mellon do 150.00 

Bank of Wood County. Delbert L. Latta. 84.00 

Tennessee St. Professional Center Robert L. Leggett. 350. 00 

Peoples Savings & Loan Assn Alton Lennon 115.00 

County Federal Savings & Loan Assn Norman F. Lent 250. 00 

Jena Insurance Agency, Inc Speedy 0. Long _ 125.00 

T. N. Fidel IVlanuel Lujan.Jr 100.00 

Borel Estate Co Paul N. McCloskey, Jr 200. 00 

Simplot Realty Corp James A. McClure 190.00 

Noel Investment Co Mike McCormack 200.00 

Northeastern Pa. National Bank & Trust Co.. Joseph M. McDade 175.00 

Farmington Holding Co Jack H. McDonald 275.00 

Ogdensburg Trust Co... Robert C. McEwen 100. 00 

Prescott Properties, Inc.. John J. McFall 200.00 

First Security Bank of Utah K. Gunn McKay 75.00 

John Porcelli & Associates Stewart B. McKinney.. 200.00 

D. A. C. Associates do 150.00 

Robert N. Richardson John L. McMillan 125.00 

Glen D. Crumal Robert B.(Bob) Mathias 165.00 

Pan American Financial Corp Spark M. Matsunaga 350.00 

Rocky Mountain Fire & Gas Co John Melcher 60. 00 

Phala Redeen do 75.00 

Collier-Lewis Realty Co Ralph H. Metcalfe 350. 00 

First National Bank of Peoria Robert H. Michel 200. 00 

Albert Lencioni Abner J. Mikva 150.00 

Abraham Kofman George P. Miller 200.00 

Loyola Federal Savings & Loan Assn William 0. Mills 200.00 

Harry Amsterdam Joseph G. Minish 150.00 

T. Tomita, Inc Patsy T. Mink 200.00 

Jack W. Stollof & Others Parrin J. Mitchell 700. 00 

C. & W. Corp Robert H. Mollohan 96. 75 

Mallen Realty Trust F. Bradford Morse 95.00 

Lowell Sun Realty Co do 104.00 

Alfred & Jean J. Porkolab Charles A. Mosher 120.00 

3215 W. 103d St. BIdg Morgan F. Murphy 200. 00 

Rufus Brandenburg William H. Natcher 105.00 

William Parker. Lucien N. Nedzi. 120.00 

Citizens Bank Ancher Nelsen 135.00 

Equitable Realty Corp Robert N. C. Nix 150.00 

William Ross & John B. Bruff James G. O'Hara 350.00 

Northland Television, Inc Alvin E. O'Konski 350.00 

Ouachita National Bank Otto E. Passman 200.00 

E. & W. Professional Building Jerry L. Pettis.. 50.00 

242 Building do 150.00 

Phelps Dodge Cable & Wire Co Peter A. Peyser 250.00 

Oneida County Eisenhower Club, Inc Alexander Pirnie 200. 00 

Dominick J. Cisternino Bertram L. Podell 350.00 

Joseph & Marilyn Bacher Walter E. Powell 200.00 

S. J. M. BIdg, Corp Roman C. Pucinski 200.00 

Preston Tower Graham Purcell 200.00 

Fred W. Schuster Albert H. Quie 138.00 

Welty Bros. Auctioneers, Inc Wm J. Randall... 20.00 

Kenwood Holding Corp., Inc Charles B. Rangel 200.00 

West Side Legislative Service Center do 150.00 

Vi/illiam Horowitz.. Thomas M. Rees 350.00 

Ahrle Prooerties. Ogden R. Reid 350.00 

Charne, Glassner, Tehan, Clancy & Taitel- Henry S. Reuss 350.00 

man. 

Metropolitan BIdg Donald W. Riegle.Jr 325.00 

Farmers & Merchants National Bank J. Kenneth Robinson 130.00 

Law Building, Inc Paul G. Rogers 220.00 

American National Bank Teno Roncalio 200.00 

Rose Kokot.... Fred B. Rooney 175.00 

Leonard L. Levin... Dan Rostenkowski 350.00 

Nader, Inc J. Edward Roush 200.00 

F. G. & H.J. Kennedy... John H. Rousselot 650.00 

Homes International, Inc. William R. Roy 350.00 

First National Bank of Dona Ana County Harold Runnels 100.00 

Mary Ruth McCrory do 125.00 

Home Savings & Loan Assn... Earl B. Ruth 112.00 

Ideal Management Corp William F. Ryan.. 350.00 



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DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for March 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

Apr. 3 7763 Ackerman Realty Co Charles W. Sandman, Jr $125.00 

Salvatore & Rose ConsaJvo.Sr -do 50.00 

Vincent Casale do 280.00 

Emma IVi. Butler Pauls. Sarbanes 200.00 

Sailon Realty Corp -.. James H. Scheuer 135.00 

Henry Michel, Inc.. ---do 160.00 

Lot No. 2 Co - John G.Schmitz .-. 200.00 

Fidelity National Bank of Pennsylvania Herman T. Schneebeli 163.75 

Union BIdg. Co Fred Schwengel 250.00 

Hays Bancorp .. Keith G. Sebelius 100.00 

Richard D. Boyd do 40.00 

Grant Washington Professional BIdg.. - John F. Seiberling 250. 00 

Jo Ann Watson George E.Shipley 200.00 

Eight-Thirty, Inc Garner E. Shriver 200.00 

Robert B. Lambert JoeSkubitz 90.00 

Roy R. Robe do 50.00 

William N. Caton do 55.00 

Niagara Mohawk Power Corp Henry P.Smith III. 140.00 

Insurance Exchange BIdg Neal Smith : 195.00 

Bryson Land Co., Inc Gene Snyder 130.00 

Mrs. Hubs. Covington -. Floyd Spence 100.00 

Champaign National Bank William L. Springer 220.00 

Andrews Helen A. Detch...- Harley 0. Staggers 135.00 

Coral Ridge BIdg. Co J. William Stanton 200.00 

George & Olvna M. Faubion, Jr.. - Tom Steed 100.00 

Evelyn P. Lonergan- Robert H. Steele 200.00 

Southern Mutual Insurance Co Robert G. Stephens, Jr 225.00 

Griggs-Ficklin, Inc do 100.00 

Goodman Development Co., Inc Samuel S. Stratton 300.00 

Professional BIdg Frank A. Stubbiefield-. 100.00 

Stuckey Development Corp W. S. (Bill)Stuckey, Jr.— 200.00 

Sidney M.Studt James W. Symington.. 200.00 

Davis & Davis Realty Co., Inc Roy A. Taylor 200.00 

American Amusement Co Charles M. Teague JOO-OO 

Gamma Associates, Ltd Fletcher Thompson 350.00 

Farmers & Merchants Bank Vernon W. Thomson.. 75.00 

Samuel Nardone & Co.. Robert 0. Tiernan 200.00 

Margaret Stegeman Maentz Guy VanderJagt --- 50.00 

University Park Professional BIdg do 140.00 

Hilltop Management Co... Charles A. Vanik 200.00 

Edgar E. Pankey & Floyd A. Biower Victor V. Veysey 200.00 

Park View Professional Centre do 87. 50 

David L. Ekker . Joseph P. Vigorito 150.00 

John Doles, Jr Joe D. Waggonner, Jr. 100.00 

James D. & Diane Y. Martin Jerome R. Waldie 200. 00 

Jim Dougherty William C. Wampler 150.00 

Trustees for Defaware County Republican John Ware 100.00 

Committee. 

Chester County Republican Committee do 210.00 

Allegheny Sales Co- J. Irving Whalley 100.00 

Will A. Hickman -. Jamie L. Whitten 125.00 

Crown Savings & Loan Assn Charles E. Wiggins 200. 00 

County Commercial Corp. do 150.00 

Township of Springfield... Lawrence G. Williams 200.00 

John V. Avakian Charles H. Wilson 175.00 

C. D. Murphy, A. F. Kimball & M.J.Saiomone. Lester L. Wolff 350. 00 

Minthorn Properties Wendell Wyatt 150.00 

Homeway Realty Corp John W. Wydler.. 350.00 

Colonial Berk Real Estate Co Gus Yatron 100.00 

Leona Wozinski Clement J. Zablocki 150.00 

Meridian Corp -. Roger H. Zion 65.00 

4 7809 Janss Corp.-Wiiliam Walters Co Craig Hosmer 172.00 

6 7917 Prescott Properties, Inc JohnJ.McFall 166.67 

(January) 

7975 10-Rutgers Place, Inc - Frank Thompson, Jr 200.00 

12 8020 Law & Finance BIdg. of Greensburg, Inc John H. Dent 260.00 

(February) 

14 8213 Andrew McNally John N. Erienborn 200.00 

18 8236 Michael J. Kane William A. Barrett 325.00 

20 8307 Do William A. Barrett 325.00 

(February) 

8308 Law & Finance BIdg. of Greensburg, Inc John H. Dent 260.00 

8309 Joseph F. Dobias William B. Widnall 100.00 

25 8398 PeterJ.Grewach William L. Hungate 450.00 

(January-March) 



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DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for April 1972: 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

IVlay 1 8720A Great Bridge Developers - Watkins IVI. Abbitt. $120.00 

George Abbitt, Jr.. ---do 75.00 

B IVI L. Co --. James Abourezk 133.00 

Dakota West Corp--.. do 183.50 

Educational Alliance, Inc --- Bella S. Abzug 200.00 

Louis DeSena & C. Benedict Mauro...- Joseph P. Addabbo... 100.00 

Arkansas State University.- Bill Alexander 200.00 

Pacific Trade Center Glenn M. Anderson. 200.00 

Rock River Savings -- John B.Anderson 160.00 

John E.Sloan, Jr William R. Anderson 200.00 

MYCO, Inc John M. Ashbrook 100.00 

840 Grand Concourse Associates Herman Badillo 275.00 

p. T. Love LaMar Baker 200.00 

Hiatt & Green Enterprises..- Nick Begich 325.00 

Holiday Office Park Associates Bob Bergland 300.00 

Betty M. Drake Jackson E. Betts 60.00 

Mid-Ohio BIdg. Corp do 62.50 

Frank Pedatella Mario Biaggi. 200.00 

M &M. HoldingCo Edward G. Blester, Jr 100.00 

68 East Court St., Inc. do 100.00 

LibtuI Realty Co., Inc Jonathan B. Bingham. _ 237.50 

David Harrison, Jr., d.b. a. Branchdaie BIdg.. Ray Blanton 200.00 

Linbeck Enterprises, Inc Frank T. Bow__- - 200.00 

Mort Under & Associates John Brademas _ 200.00 

AbeRothstein Frank J. Brasco 200.00 

Forum Realty Corp. --- William G. Bray.. 218.00 

Romeo Gadoua Wm. S. Broomfield 350.00 

David S. Meyer III Donald G. Brotzman 130.88 

Office Centers, Inc Clarence J. Brow/n 100.00 

Pado, Inc., Investment Co James T. Broyhill 70.00 

Triplett Realty Co do 133.00 

Dominion Management Co Joel T. Broyhill 305.97 

A. Gray Boylston J. Herbert Burke 165.00 

Smith-Devine Real Estate James A. Byrne _. 200.00 

Lucille & Howard Whitiingham Goodloe E. Byron 100.00 

Clavin Real Estate Hugh L. Carey 200.00 

Eastwood Mall, Inc--. Charles J. Carney 170.00 

B., K., & R. Burdman do 180.00 

Edwin Roberts -- Tim Lee Carter. ._ 100.00 

Edgar & Margaret M. Dunn, Jr Bill Chapp^ll, Jr 200.00 

Otto G. IVloses -- Siiirley Ghisholm 235.00 

Eureka Inn Don H. Clausen 80.00 

Wells Fargo Bank do 145.00 

Carl V. &/or Fern Jones Del Clawson 200.00 

Richard Anderson, d.b.a. P.O.R., Inc William (Bill) Clay - 200.00 

J. W. Simoneau Sons Realty Corp James C. Clevsland 175.00 

JohnStorcel . Harold R. Collier 150.00 

Oak Cliff Bank & Trust Co James M. Collins 200.00 

Lex Terrae, Inc . William M. Colmer 75.00 

First Agricultural National Bank Silvio 0. Conte 200.00 

KGS Co John Conyers, Jr 200.00 

Victory Professional BIdg James C. Gorman 100.00 

Abe Vickter do 100.00 

Chrispaul Corp Lawrence Coughlin 200.00 

First National Bank of Mt. Prospect Philip M. Crane 350.00 

H. Foster Pettit William P. Curlin,Jr 350.00 

Liberty Savings K Loan Assn George E. Oanielson 200.00 

Frederick W. Radke Glenn R. Davis 220.00 

Reed Offices, Inc John W. Davis _. 200.00 

Quinco, Inc Eligio de la Garza 100.00 

Charles W. Schaefer.. James J. Delaney 150. 00 

Cascade Offices Co John Dellenback 165.00 

Professional Property Management Co Ronald V. Dellums 230.00 

Alan F. Glover Frank E. Denholm 200.00 

Westcott Hotel David W. Dennis 100.00 

J F Dusenbury . William L. Dickinson 200.00 

Burton W. London Charles C. Diggs,Jr 150.00 

Clarence C. Gary -do 50.00 

Smith-Bisschop & Co _. John D. Dingell -... 200.00 

H. W. Guernsey Realtors John G. Dow 200.00 

Israel Fridlich do. 125.00 

W. C. IVlcGuffey, Jr John Dowdy 140.00 

Court Plaza, Ltd Thomas N. Downing 200.00 

In Town Realty Trust Robert F. Drinan 100.00 

Lacava-Paino Realty Trust do 450.00 

Mrs. Lynn Sheeley,Sr John J. Duncan 200.00 

Arnold Gnldsborough Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont 350. 00 

Morvel Realty Co., Inc Florence P. Dwyer 200.00 

Pacific Property Management Go Don Edwards 200.00 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 



Members' district office rentals for April 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

May 1 8720A Estelle J. Anderson Don Edwards ?125.0O 

Lloyd Andrus Edwin W. Edwards.. 150.00 

Jansen Chapman Jack Edwards ,^c'SR 

Mitchell Corp do J?X n„ 

First Federal Savings & Loan Assn Joshua Eilberg -.. «0. 00 

McLean-Hobbs . Marvin L. Esch 325. 00 

Cunningham Drugstores, Inc do ,?^5a 

William M. Sinclair Co Walter E. Fauntroy ... 125. 00 

Western Catholic Union Paul Findley 4"-5H 

Harry Lefever Hamilton Fish, Jr 125.00 

Hudson Savings & Loan Assn ...do ^Sc'Sn 

John I. Smith, Sr do - 75. OO 

Navarro Travis Cofp... 0. C. Fisher ?X„X? 

E.G.Harper.... John J. Flynt, Jr 100.00 

Pipp, Inc Gerald R. Ford 120.00 

William S'iemasz William D. Ford ?22-Sn 

Treasurer of Morris County Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen.. ^Sx' nn 

One Hundred-Twelve, Inc BillFrenzel 200.00 

C. Sweet Smith, Jr Louis Frey,Jr - i?cc7 

Koger Properties, Inc do Jinnn 

Rory Associates, Inc.. Cornelius E.Gallagher i?S'Sn 

224 Fifth Ave., Inc Joseph M.Gaydos ?RX"nR 

Beaty Shopping Center, Inc Tom S.Gettys.... J„„X^ 

Hillsboro Bani< Sam Gibbons i59-S^ 

North Hollywood Savings & Loan Barry M. Goldwater, Jr 200.00 

City of New Britain EllaT. Grasso 200.00 

Catherine Kuca Kenneth J. Gray. ?°Snn 

Phyllis 2. Birnkrant Martha W. Griffiths - 150.00 

Francis B.Garvey James R.Grover,Jr ?S9-Sx 

Palo Alto Town & Country Village, Inc Charles S. Gubser ??nnn 

Kensington Associates GilbertGude ^cnnn 

Robert P. Long Associates, Inc do ,„„ nJi 

D. H. Sloan, Jr James A. Haley 100.00 

Egbert T.Smith Enterprises, Inc do iHn nn 

Dillon Investment Co Durward G.Hall 200.00 

G. L. G. Associates Seymour Halpern ,cn"nn 

Civic Center Enterprises... Richard T. Hanna ?^Hnn 

George F. Hanigan Julia Butler Hansen.. 100.00 

Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co Orval Hansen ,,^n^ 

First Security Bank of Idaho do ]Un^ 

Batavia Professional BIdg William H. Harsha JXnnk 

CMP Realty Co James Harvey },^nn^ 

Allegany Estates Corp James F. Hastmgs \nnnn 

Canal National Bank William D. Hathaway sSS'S^ 

Broadway Manchester BIdg. Corp Augustus F. Hawkms ^PXnn 

Frank M. Huff Wayne L. Hays. ^nXnn 

Mid-Town Real Estate Co Ken Hechler ?2Xnn 

One Washington Street Co Maragret M. Heckler ?99-22 

Rutherford East, Inc.. Henry Helstoski li'i-'E 

Fanning Starkey Co Floyd V. Hicks ^^nSx 

Jamaica Realty Trust Louise Day Hicks ?5"-xS 

Union Bank & Trust Co Elwood Hillis --- J25.0O 

Iverson Mall Joint Venture LawrenceJ. Hogan ,nonn 

Home Savings & Loan Assn Chet Holifield }„„„« 

One Fourteen Corp John E. Hunt JX^-X^ 

Robert Boakes do 100.00 

Houston Realty Investment Co Richard H. Ichord Jilnnn 

Baudendistel Real Estate do . 100.00 

Indiania National Bank Andrew Jacobs, Jr ?Xnnn 

Morton & Turnipseed Ed Jones !x"-Xn 

J.I.Morgan Estate Walter B Jones .- i^^-OO 

National Mutual Benefit Robert W. Kastenmeier ?XnnX 

Tower Life BIdg Abraham Kazen.Jr 200.00 

National Credits, Inc James Kee ,^Yn^ 

Mace BIdg .- Hastings Keith 175.00 

5820 Main St., Inc Jack F. Kemp 200.00 

J.P. McGirrCo.,lnc CarletonJ. King... }?X n^ 

Joseph Harnik John C. Kluczynski JXo c^ 

Cooper Realty Co Dan Kuykendall innnn 

Knox Broadcasting, Inc... Peter N. Kyros. onSinn 

Ronald D. Jacobson Earl F. Landgrebe ?2nn 

Jack 0. & Doris L. Mellon do ^X-X** 

Bank of Wood County DelbertL. Latta ,?1-X^ 

Tennessee St. Professional Center Robert L. Leggett ?Tcnn 

Peoples Savings & Loan Assn Alton Lennon lln'Kn 

County Federal Savings & Loan Assn Norman F. Lent To? „ 

Jena Insurance Agency, Inc Speedy 0. Long }?„^X 

T N Fidel .. Manuel Lujan,Jr lOO.OO 

Borel Estate Co. Paul N. McCloskey, Jr 2C0.0O 

Simplot Realty Corp James A. McClure 190.00 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for April 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

May 1 ;8720A Noel Investment Co Mike McCormack $200.00 

Northeastern Pa. National Bank &TrustCo_. Joseph M. McDade 175. OC 

Farniington Holding Co Jack H. McDonald 275.00 

Ogdensburg Trust Co Robert C. McEwen. 100. CO 

Prescott Properties, I nc John J. McFall 200. CO 

First Security Bank of Utah K. Gunn McKay 75.00 

John Porcelli & Associates Stewart B. McKinney 200.00 

D.A.C. Associates. __. do 150.00 

Robert N.Richardson John L. McMillan 125.00 

Glen D. Crumal Robert B. (Bob) Mathias 165.00 

Pan American Financial Corp Spark M. Matsunaga 350.00 

Rocky Mountain Fire & Gas Co John Melcher 60. GO 

Phala Redeen _..do__ 75.00 

Collier-Lewis Realty Co Ralph H. Metcalfe. 350.00 

First i^ational Bank of Peoria Robert H. Michel... 200.00 

Albert Lencioni Abner J. Mikva 150.00 

Abraham Kofman George P. Miller 200. CO 

Loyola Federal Savings & Loan Assn William 0. Mills 200.00 

Harry Amsterdam Joseph G. Minish 150. OC 

T. Tomita, Inc Patsy T. Mink.__ 200.00 

Jack W.Stollof & Others.. Parren J. Mitchell 350.00 

D. L. Phillips Investment Builders, Inc Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell 350.00 

C. & W. Corp... RobertH. Mollohan 96.75 

Mallen Realty Trust F. Bradford Morse. 95.00 

Lowell Sun Realty Co do 104.00 

Alfred & Jean J. Porkolab Charles A. Mosher 120.00 

3215 W. 103d St. BIdg Morgan F. Murphy _ ._ 200.00 

Rufus Brandenburg William H. Natcher... 105.00 

William Parker.. Lucien N. Nedzi 120.00 

Citizens Bank Anchor Nelsen 135.00 

Equitable Realty Corp Robert N. C. Nix 150.00 

Ross & Bruff Corp.. James G. O'Hara ._ 350.00 

Northland Television, Inc Alvin E. O'Konski 350.00 

Ouachita National Bank Otto E. Passman 200.00 

E. & W. Professional Building Jerry L. Pettis 50.00 

242 Building do 150.00 

Phelps Dodge Cable & Wire Co Petsr A. Peyser 250.00 

Oneida County Eisenhower Club, Inc Alexander Pirnie 200.00 

Dominick J. Cisternino. Bertram L. Podell 350.00 

Joseph & Marilyn Bacher Walter E. Powell 200.00 

S. J. M. BIdg. Corp Roman C. Pucinski 200.00 

Preston Tower ..- Graham Purcell. 200.00 

Fred W. Schuster Albert H. Quie 138.00 

Welty Bros. Auctioneers, Inc Wm. J. Randall... 20.00 

Kenwood Holding Corp., Inc Charles B. Rangel 200.00 

West Side Legislative Service Center do 150.00 

William Horowitz Thomas M. Rees 350.00 

Ahrle Properties Ogden R. Reid. _ 350.00 

Charne,Glassner,T9han,Clancy&Taitelman. Henry S. Reuss 350.00 

Metropolitan BIdg Donald W. Riegle,Jr-.- 325.00 

Farmers & Merchants National Bank J. Kenneth Robinson... 130.00 

Law Building, inc Paul G. Rogers.. _. 220.00 

American National Bank Teno Roncalio 200.00 

Rose Kokot Fred B. Rooney 175.00 

Leonard L. Levin Dan Rostenkowski 350.00 

Nader, Inc.. J. Edward Roush 200.00 

F. G. & H.J. Kennedy John H. Rousselot. 350.00 

Homes International, Inc William R. Roy 350.00 

First National Bank of Dona Ana County Harold Runnels _.. 100.00 

Mary Ruth McCrory .do 125.00 

Home Savings & Loan Assn Earl B. Ruth. 112.00 

Ideal Management Corp William F. Ryan 350.00 

Ackerman Realty Co Charles W. Sandman, Jr 125.00 

Salvatore & Rose Consalvo, Sr ..do... 50.00 

Vincent Casale... do 140.00 

Emma M. Butier Paul S. Sarbanes 200.00 

Sailon Realty Corp James H. Scheuer.. 135.00 

Lot No. 2 Co John G. Schmitz... 200.00 

Fidelity National Bank of Pennsylvania Herman T. Schneebeli 163. 75 

Union BIdg. Co Fred Schwengel. 250.00 

Hays Bancorp.... Keith G. Sebelius 100.00 

Richard D. Boyd do... 40.00 

Grant Washington Professional BIdg John F. Seiberling 250.00 

Jo Ann Watson George E.Shipley. 200.00 

Eight-Tnirty, Inc Garner E.Shriver 200.00 

Robert B. Lambert JoeSkubitz 90.00 

Roy R. Robe ...do 50.00 

William N. Caton.. ...do... 55.00 

Niagara Mohawk Power Corp Henry P. Smith III 140.00 



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Dat8 No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 



Members' district office rentals for April 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

May 1 8720A Insurance Exchange BIdg Neal Smith $290.00 

Bryson Land Co., Inc Gene Snyder 130.00 

Mrs. Hubs. Covington Floyd Spence 100.00 

Champaign National Bank William L. Springer _.. 220.00 

Andrew & Helen A. Detch Harley 0. Staggers.... 135.00 

Coral Ridge BIdg. Co J.William Stanton 200.00 

George & Olvna M. Faubionjr Tom Steed 100.00 

Evelyn P. Lonergan Robert H. Steele 200.00 

Southern Mutual Insurance Co Robert G. Stephens, Jr 225.00 

Griggs-Ficklin, Inc -..do 100.00 

Goodman Development Co., Inc Samuel S. Stratton .__ 300.00 

Professional BIdg . Frank A. Stubblefield 100.00 

Stuckey Development Corp W.S. (Bill)Stuckey, Jr. 200.00 

Sidney M.Studt James W. Symington 200.00 

Davis & Davis Realty Co., Inc Roy A. Taylor 200.00 

American Amusement Co Charles M.Teague 100.00 

La Arcada Investment Corp do 100.00 

John E. Tyo John H.Terry -... 120.00 

Gamma Associates, Ltd Fletcher Thompson... 350.00 

Farmers & IVlerchants Bank .- Vernon W.Thomson 75.00 

Veterans BIdg. Corp Charles Thone 800.00 

Samuel Nardone & Co Roberto. Tiernan 200.00 

IVIargaretStegeman IVlaentz Guy Vander Jagt 50.00 

University Park Professional BIdg do.. 140. Ol> 

Hilltop Management Co Charles A. Vanik 2fO. 00 

Edgar E. Pankey & Floyd A. Blower Victor V. Veysey. 200.00 

Park View Professional Centre do 87.50 

David L. Ekker . Joseph P. Vigorito.. 150.00 

John Dales, Jr.. Joe D. Waggonner.Jr _. 100. OO 

James D. & Diane Y. Martin. Jerome R. Waldie 250.00 

Jim Dougherty William C. Wampler 150.00 

Trustees for Delaware County Republican John Ware 100.00 

Committee. 

Chester County Republican Committee.. do 210.00 

Allegheny Sales Co J. Irving Whalley 100.00 

Will A Hickman Jamie L. Whitten 125.00 

Wiener & Weiss Charles E.Wiggins.. 323.00 

Township of Springfield Lawrence G. Williams 200.00 

John V. Avakian Charles H. Wilson 175.00 

C. D.Murphv, A. F.Kimball & M.J. Salomone. Lester L. Wolff 350.00 

Minthorn Properties WendellWyatt 150.00 

Homewav Realty Corp John W. Wydler 350.00 

Colonial Berk Real Estate Co GusYatron 100.00 

Leona Wozinski Clement J. Zablocki 150.00 

Meridian Corp Roger H.Zion 65.00 

8729 Janss Corp-William Walters Co Craig Hosmer 172.00 

8730 10 Rutgers Place, Inc Frank Thompson, Jr 200.00 

8732 Veterans BIdg. Corp Charles Thone 1,200.00 

(Julv-December 1971) 

9 8954 Hamlin Bank & Trust Co Albert W. Johnson . 35.00 

(February) 

8955 Jos?ph F. Dobias William B. Widnall 100.00 

10 9019 Michael J. Kane William A. Barrett 325.00 

12 9105 Andrew McNally John N. Erlenborn ' 200.00 

9106 Hamlin Bank & Trust Co Albert W. Johnson 35.00 

15 9112 Do Albert W. Johnson... 35.00 

(March) 

18 9169 llthAve.Corp Richard G. Shoup 975 00 

(February-April) 
Members' district oifice rentals for May 1972: 

Lessor Congressman 

June 1 9552 Great Bridge Developers WatkJns M. Abbitt 120.00 

Gsorge Abbitt,Jr do 75.00 

R.M.L.Co James Abourezk 133.00 

Dakota West Corp do 183.50 

Educational Alliance, Inc Bella S, Abzug 200.00 

Louis D^S-na & C. "Benedict Mauro Joseph P. Addabbo 100.00 

Arkansas Stat^ University Bill Alexander : 200.00 

Pacific Trado Center Glenn M.Anderson 200.00 

Rock River Savings. John B.Anderson 160.00 

John E.Sloan, Jr William R.Anderson 200.00 

Mabnl Finlayson George W. Andrews.. 255.00 

MYCO, Inc John M. Ashbrook 100.00 

840 Grand Concourse Associates Herman Badillo 275.00 

P.T.Love... LaMarBakf-r 200.00 

Hiatt &Gr--^en Enternrises Nick Begich 325.00 

Holiday Office Park Associates Bob Bereland 300.00 

Betty M.Drake.. Jackson E. Belts 60.00 

Alid-Ohio BIdg. Corp do 62.50 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for May 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

June 1 9552 Frank Pedatel la Mario Biaggi $200.00 

iVl. & Wl. Holding Co .._. Edward G. Biester, Jr. 100.00 

68 East Court St., I nc do 100.00 

LibtuI Realty Co., I nc Jonathan B. Bingham 262.50 

David Harrison, Jr. ,d.b.a.Branchdale Bldg_. Ray Blanton 200.00 

Linbecl^ Enterprises, Inc Frank T. Bow 200.00 

IViort Linder & Associates John Brademas 200.00 

Abe Rothstein Frank J. Brasco 200.00 

Forum Realty Corp William G. Bray 218.00 

Romeo Gadoua Wm.S. Broomfield 350.00 

David S. Meyer III Donald G. Brotzman 130.88 

Office Centers, Inc Clarence J. Brown _ 100.00 

Pado, Inc., Investment Co James T. Broyhill 70.00 

Tripiett Realty Co do 133.00 

Dominion Management Co __ Joel T. Broyhill 305.97 

A. Gray Boylston J. Herbert Burke 165.00 

Smith-Devine Real Estate _ James A. Byrne 200.00 

Lucille & Howard Whittingham Goodloe E. Byron .-. 100.00 

Clavin Real Estate Hugh L. Carey 200.00 

Ottawa Trust Realty Cliffard D. Carlson 75.00 

William H.Wake do. 100.00 

Edwin Roberts -. Tim Lee Carter 100.00 

Edgar & Margaret M. Dunn, Jr Bill Chappell, Jr 200.00 

Otto G. Moses Shirley Chisholm 235.00 

Eureka Inn Don H.Clausen 80.00 

Wells Fargo Bank. ...do 145.00 

Carl V. &/or Ftrn Jones Del Clawson 1 - 20C. 00 

Richard Anderson, d.b.a. P.O.R., Inc William (Bill) Clay.. 200.00 

J. W. Simoneau Sons Realty Corp James C. Cleveland 175.00 

JohnStorcel Harold R. Collier 150.00 

Oak Cliff Bank & Trust Co James M.Collins.. 200.00 

LexTerrae, Inc William M.Colmer _ 75.00 

First Agricultural National Bank Silvio 0. Conte 200.00 

KGSCo , John Conyers, Jr 200.00 

Victory Professional BIdg James C. Corman 100.00 

AbeVickter do 100.00 

Chrispaul Corp Lawrence Coughlin 200.00 

First National Bank of Mt. Prospect Philip M.Crane... 350.00 

H. Foster Pettit __.. William P. Curlin, Jr 350.00 

Liberty Savings & Loan Assn George E. Danielson 200.00 

First American Savings & Loan Assn. of Glenn R. Davis 265.00 

Wisconsin. 

Reed Offices, Inc John W. Davis 200.00 

Quinco, Inc Eligio de la Garza 100.00 

Charles W. Schaefer James J. Delaney 150. 00 

Cascade Offices Co John Dellenback 165.00 

Alan F. Glover Frank E. Denholm 200.00 

Westcott Hotel. David W. Dennis 100.00 

J. F. Dusenbury William L. Dickinson 200.00 

Burton W. London Charles C. Diggs, Jr 150.00 

Clarence C. Gary do 50.00 

Smith-Bisschop & Co John D. Dingell 200.00 

H. W. Guernsey Realtors John G. Dow 200.00 

Israel Fridlich .._do 125.00 

W. C. McGuffey, Jr John Dowdy 140.00 

Court Plaza, Ltd Thomas N. Downing 200.00 

In Town Realty Trust Robert F. Drinan 150.00 

Lacava-Paino Realty Trust do 450.00 

Mrs. LynnSheeley, Sr John J. Duncan 200.00 

Arnold Goldsborough Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont 350.00 

Morvel Realty Co., Inc. Florence P. Dwyer 200.00 

Pacific Property Management Co Don Edwards 200.00 

Estelle J. Anderson do 125.00 

Lloyd Andrus__ Edwin W. Edwards 150.00 

Jansen Chapman Jack Edwards 65.00 

Mitchell Corp „..do 135.00 

First Federal Savings & Loan Assn Joshua Eilberg 350. 00 

McLean-Hobbs Marvin L. Esch 325.00 

Cunningham Drugstores, Inc do 25.00 

William M.Sinclair Co Walter E. Fauntroy 125.00 

Western Catholic Union... Paul Findley. 110.00 

Harry Lefever Hamilton Fish, Jr... 125.00 

Hudson Savings & Loan Assn.. do 100.00 

John I. Smith, Sr ..-.do _ 75.00 

Navarro Travis Corp 0. C. Fisher ._ 200.00 

E.G.Harper.. JohnJ. Flynt,Jr 100.00 

Pipp, Inc Gerald R. Ford 120.00 

William Siemasz.. William D. Ford 200.00 

Treasurer of Morris County.. Peter H, B. Frelinghuysen... 200.00 



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Data No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for May 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

June 1 9552 One Hundred-Twelve, Inc -.BillFrenzel $200.00 

C. SvjeetSmith, Jr Louis Frey.Jr 83.33 

Koger Properties, Inc do 116.67 

Rory Associates, Inc Cornelius E. Gallagiier 150.00 

224 Fifth Ave., Inc Joseph M. Gaydos 250.00 

Beaty Shopping Center, Inc Tom S. Gettys 100.00 

Hillsborn Bank Sam Gibbons 180.00 

Coast & Southern Savings & Loan Barry M. Goldw/ater, Jr 350.00 

City of New Britain Ella T. Grasso 200.00 

Catherine Kuca Kenneth J. Gray 300.00 

Phyllis Z. BIrnkrant Martha W. Griffiths 150.00 

Francis B. Garvey James R. Grover, Jr 200.00 

Palo Alto Town & Country Village, Inc Charles S. Gubser 200.00 

Kensington Associates Gilbert Gude 150.00 

Robert P. Long Associates, Inc do 50.00 

D. H.Sloan, J r __ James A. Haley _. 100.00 

Egbert T. Smith Enterprises, Inc do 100.00 

Dillon Investment Co Durward G. Hall 200.00 

G. L. G. Associates Seymour Halpern 200.00 

Civic Center Enterprises Richard T. Hanna 350.00 

George F. Hanigan Julia Butler Hansen 100.00 

Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co Orval Hansen 50.00 

First Security Bank J Idaho do 117.00 

Batavia Professional BIdg __ William H. Harsha _ 165.00 

CMP Realty Co James Harvey 190.00 

Allegany Estates Corp James F. Hastings.. 145.00 

Canal National Bank William D. Hathaway 200.00 

Broadway Manchester BIdg. Corp Augustus F. Hawkins 200.00 

Frank M. Huff Wayne L. Hays. 250.00 

Mid-Town Real Estate Co Ken Hechler 200.00 

One Washington Street Co Margaret M. Heckler 200.00 

Rutherford East, Inc Henry Helstoski 350.00 

Fanning Starkey Co Floyd V. Hicks 200.00 

Jamaica Realty Trust Louise Day Hicks.. 250.00 

Union Bank & Trust Co Elwood Hillls 125.00 

Iverson Mall Joint Venture Lawrence J. Hogan 200.00 

Home Savings & Loan Assn Chet Holifleld. 192.00 

One Fourteen Corp John E. Hunt 100.00 

Robert Boakes do 100.00 

Houston Realty Investment Co Richard H. Ichord 100.00 

Baudendlstel Real Estate do 100.00 

Indiana National Bank Andrew Jacobs, Jr _■ 200.00 

Morton & Turnlpseed Ed Jones 100.00 

J. I. Morgan Estate Walter B.Jones 125.00 

National Mutual Benefit Robert W. Kastenmeier 200.00 

Tower Life BIdg.. Abraham Kazen, Jr 200.00 

Mace BIdg Hastings Keith. 175.00 

5820 Main St., Inc Jack F. Kemp 200.00 

J. P. McGlrrCo.,lnc Carleton J. King 150.00 

Joseph Harnik John C. Kluczynski 150.00 

Cooper Realty Co Dan Kuykendall. 182.50 

Knox Broadcasting, Inc Peter N. Kyros 200.00 

Ronald D. Jacobson Earl F. Landgrebe 200.00 

Jack 0. & Doris L. Mellon do 150.00 

Bank of Wood County Delbert L. Latta 84.00 

Tennessee St. Professional Center Robert L. Leggett 350. 00 

Peoples Savings & Loan Assn Alton Lennon 115.00 

County Federal Savings & Loan Assn Norman F. Lent 250.00 

Jena Insurance Agency, Inc Speedy 0. Long 125.00 

T.N.Fidel Manuel Lujan, Jr 100.00 

Borel Estate Co Paul N. McCloskey,Jr 200.00 

SImplot Realty Corp James A. McClure 190.00 

Noel Investment Co Mike McCormack 200.00 

Northeastern Pa. National Bank & Trust Co. Joseph M. McDade 175.00 

Farmlngton Holding Co Jack H. McDonald 275.00 

Ogdensburg Trust Co Robert C. McEwen 100.00 

Prescott Prnpertles. Inc John J. McFall 200.00 

First Security Bank of Utah K. Gunn McKay 75.00 

John Porcelli & Associates Stewart B. McKlnney 200.00 

D. A. C. Associates do... 150.00 

Robert N. Richardson.. John L. McMilllan 125.00 

Glen D. Crumal Robert B. (Bob) Mathlas 165.00 

Joseph W. Phillips. Jr Spark M. Matsunaga 350.00 

Rocky Mountain Fire & Gas Co John Melcher 60.00 

Phala Redeen do 75.00 

Collier-Lpwis Realty Co Ralph H. Metcalfe 350.00 

First National Bank of Peoria Robert H. Michel 200.00 

Albert Lencloni AbnerJ.MIkva 150.00 

Abraham Kofman.. . George P. Miller... . 200.00 

Loyola Federal Savings & Loan Assn William 0. Mills 200.00 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for May 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

June 1 9552 Harry Amsterdam Joseph G. IVlinish . $150.00 

T.Tomita.Inc Patsy T. Mink . 200.00 

Jack W. Stollof & Otiiers Parren J. MitchelL 350.00 

D. L. Phillips Investment Builders, Inc Willmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell . 350.00 

C. &W. Corp Rob?rt H. Mollohan . . 96.75 

Mall.?n Raalty Trust F. Bradford Morse. . 95.00 

Lowell Sun Realty Co do, 104.00 

Alfred & Jean J. Porkolab Charlf^s A. Mosher . 120.00 

3215 W. 103d St. BIdg Morgan F. Murphy 200.00 

Rufus Brandenburg William H. Natcher 105.00 

William Parker Lucien N. Nedzi 120.00 

Citizens Bank Ancher Nelsen 135.00 

Equitable Realty Corp Robert N. C. Nix 150.00 

William R-oss & John B. Bruff James G. O'Hara 350.00 

Northland Television, Inc Alvin E. O'Konski 350.00 

Ouachita National Bank Otto E. Passman.. 200.00 

E. & W. Professional Building Jerry L. Pettis .. 50.00 

242 Building do .. .. 150.00 

Phelns Dodge Cable & Wire Co Peter A. Peyser 250.00 

Oneida County Eisenhower Club, Inc Alexander Pirnie 200.00 

* Dominick J. Cisternino Bertram L. Podell ... 350.00 

Joseph & Marilyn Bacher Walter E. Powell 200 00 

S. J. M. BIdg. Corp Roman C. Pucinski 200.00 

Preston Tower.. Graham Purcell 200.00 

Fred W.Schuster Albert H. Quie 138.00 

Welty BrMS. Auctioneers, Inc Wm. J. Randall... 20.00 

Kenwood Holding Corn., Inc Charles B. Rangel 200.00 

West Side Legislative Service Center do 150.00 

William Horowitz Thomas M. Rees 350.00 

Ahrle Properties... Ogden R. Reid.. 350.00 

Charne,GlassnerJehan,Clancy& Taitelman. HenryS. Reuss . .. 350.00 

Metropolitan BIdg Donald W. Riegie.Jr... 325.00 

Farmer? & Merchants National Bank J. Kenneth Robinson.. 130.00 

Law Building, Inc Paul G. Rogers 220.00 

American National Bank Teno Roncalio.. 200.00 

Rose Kokot Fred B. Rooney 175.00 

Leonard L. Levin Dan Rostenkowski... 350.00 

Nader, Inc J. Edward Roush 200.00 

F. G. & H. J. Kennedy John H. Rousselot 350.00 

Homes International, Inc William R. Roy 350.00 

First National Bank of Dona Ana County Harold Runnels 100.00 

Mary Ruth McCrory do.. 150.00 

Home Saving? & Loan Assn Earl B. Ruth... 112.00 

Ideal Management Corp William F. Ryan 350.00 

Ackerman Realty Co Charles W. Sandman, Jr.. 125.00 

Salvatore & Rose Consalvo.Sr .do 50.00 

Vincent Casale... ..do 140.00 

Emma M. Butler... Paul S. Sarbanes 200.00 

Sailon Realty Corp James H.Scheuer 135.00 

Lot No. 2 Co JohnG.Schmitz 200.00 

Fidelity National Bank of Pennsylvania Herman T. Schneebeli 163.75 

Union BIdg Co.. Fred Schwengsl , 250.00 

Richard D. Boyd Keith G.Sebelius 40.00 

Gra"t Washington Professional BIdg John F. Seiberling 250.00 

Jo Ann Watson George E. Shipley.. 200.00 

llthAve.Corp Richard G. Shoup . 325.00 

Eight-Thirty, Ire Garner EShriver 200.00 

Robert B. Lambert JoeSkubitz . . 90.00 

Roy R. Robe do 50.00 

William N.Caton do 55.00 

Niagara Mohawk Power Corp Henry P.Smith III. 140.00 

I nsurance Exchange BIdg N eal Smith 290. 00 

Bryson Land Co., Inc Gene Snyder 130.00 

Mrs. Hubs. Covington Floyd Spence 100.00 

Champaign National Bank William L, Springer 220.00 

Andrew & Helen A. Detch Harlev 0. Staggers ........ ... 135.00 

Coral Ridge BIdg. Co J. William Stanton 200.00 

George & Olvna M. Faubion, Jr Tom Steed 100.00 

Evelyn P. Lonergan Robert H.Steele 200.00 

Southern Mutual Insurance Co Robert G. Stephens, Jr 225.00 

Griggs-Ficklin, Inc do 100.00 

Goodman Development Co., Inc Samuel S. Stratton 300.00 

Professional BIdg Frank A. Stubblefield 100.00 

Stuckey Development Corp. W. S. (Bill) Stuckey, Jr... 200.00 

Sidney M. Studt James W. Symington.. 200.00 

Davis & Davis Realty Co., Inc.. Roy A.Taylor 200.00 

American Amusement Co... Charles M. Teague 100.00 

La Arcada Investment Corp do 100.00 

John E.Tyo... John H.Terry 60.00 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for May 1972 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1972 

June 1 9552 Gamma Associates, Ltd.. Fletcher Thompson $350.00 

Farmers & Merchants Bank Vernon W. Thomson 75.00 

Veterans BIdg. Corp Charles Thone.. 200.00 

Samuel Nardone & Co Robert 0. Tiernan 200.00 

Margaret Stegeman Maentz Guy Vander Jagt 50.00 

University Park Professional BIdg do 140.00 

Hilltop iVlanagement Co Charles A. Vanik 230.00 

Edgar E. Pankey & Floyd A. Blower Victor V. Veysey 200.00 

Park View Professional Centre .do 87.50 

David L. Ekker Joseph P. Vigorito 150.00 

John Doles, Jr Joe D. Waggonner, Jr 100.00 

James D. & Diane Y. Martin. Jerome R. Waldie 250.00 

Jim Dougherty - William C. Wampler 150.00 

Burton's Ins. Agency, Inc do 400.00 

Trustees for Delaware County Republican John Ware 100.00 

Committee. 

Chester County Republican Committee.. .do 210.00 

Allegheny Sales Co. J. Irving Whalley 100.00 

Will A. Hickman Jamie L. Whitten 125.00 

Wiener & Weiss Charles E. Wiggins 323.00 

Township of Springfield Lawrence G. Williams 200.00 

Robert M. Golden Bob Wilson 513.33 

lohn V. Avakian Charles H. Wilson 175.00 

C. D. Murphy, A. F. Kimball & M.J. Salomone. Lester L. Wolff 350.00 

Minthorn Properties Wendall Wyatt .- 150.00 

Homeway Realty Corp John W. Wydler 350.00 

Colonial Berk Real Estate Co Gus Yatron 100.00 

Leona Wozinski Clement J. Zablocki 150.00 

Meridian Corp. Roger H. Zion 65.00 

6 9625 Michael J. Kane... William A. Barrett 325.00 

9626 Janss Corp.-William Walters Co Craig Hosmer 172.00 

9627 Hamlin Bank & Trust Co Albert W. Johnson 35.00 

9328 First Security Co K. Gunn McKay 375.00 

(January-May) 

9829 Do K.GunnMcKay 225.00 

(October-December 1971) 

9530 10 Rutgers Place, Inc. Frank Thompson, Jr 200.00 

9631 Josepti F. Dobias William B. Windall 100.00 

8 9778 Andrew McNally. John N. Erlenborn 200.00 

Refunds and adjustments (1,637. 50) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 302,356.55 

OFFICIAL OFFICE EXPENSES 

Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
June 30, 1971: 

Congressman 
1972 

Jan. 26 5608 L. Mendel Rivers (quarterly periods ending Dec. 31, 1967; Mar. 31 and June 30, 1968) 900.00 

5609 L.Mendel Rivers (quarterly periods ending Sept. 30 and Dec. 31, 1968; Mar. 31 and June 30, 1,200.00 

1969) 

5610 L. Mendel Rivers (quarterly periods ending Sept. 30 and Dec. 31, 1969; Mar. 31 and June 30, 1, 200. 00 

1970). 

June 13 9955 H. Alien Smith.... 300.00 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations. . 3,600.00 

Jan. 10 5214 William H. Marsha 300.00 

25 5558 Bertram L. Podell 300.00 

26 5611 L. Mendel Rivers (quarterly periods ending Sept. 30 and Dec. 31,1970) 600.00 

Feb. 1 5917 George W. Collins 300.00 

Mar. 8 7032 Alvin E. O'Konski (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1971) 300.00 

7033 Alvin E. O'Konski 300.00 

Apr. 14 8214 FrankJ. Brasco 300.00 

8215 William R. Cottar (quarterly period ending Mar. 31,1971) .300.00 

June 13 9956 H. Alien Smith (quarterly periods ending Sept. 30, 1970; Mar. 31, and June 30, 1971) 900. 00 

30 10492 William R. Cotter - - 300.00 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 3,900.00 

Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
Dec. 31,1971: 

Congressman 

Jan. 3 5077 Otto E. Passman.. 3QO.00 

5080 Joseph P. Addabbo 300.00 

William R. Anderson -- 300.00 

Wayne N. Aspinall... 300.00 



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Amount 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending Dec. 31, 1971 — Continued 



1972 

Jan. 3 



Congressman 

5080 Herman Badillo $300.00 

Walters. Baring _.. 300.00 

Alpiionzo Bell _ 300.00 

Edward G. Blester, Jr ____ 300.00 

William G. Bray 300.00 

Phillip Burton 300.00 

BIIID. Burllson 3CC.00 

Earle Cabell 300.00 

Charles J. Carney 300.00 

Elford A.Cederbsrg 300.00 

Charles E. Chamberlain . 30C.C0 

James C. Cleveland 300.00 

Harold R. Collier 300.00 

Lawrence Coughlln 300.00 

John C. Culver 300.00 

Mendel J. Davis 300.00 

James J. Delaney (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1971) 300.00 

Frank E. Denholm 300.00 

William L. Dickinson 300.00 

Thomas N. Downing 300.00 

Florence P. Dwyer 300.00 

Bob Eckhardt 300.00 

Ed Edmondson 300.00 

Jack Edwards 30C.00 

Edwin D. Eshleman 300.00 

Walter E. Fauntroy 300.00 

O.C.Fisher 30C.OO 

Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen 30C.00 

Louis Frey,Jr 300.00 

Cornelius E.Gallagher 300.00 

Henry B. Gonzalez 300.00 

Kenneth J.Gray 300.00 

William J. Green 300. CO 

Martha W. Griffiths 300.00 

Gilbert Gude 300.00 

Lee H.Hamilton 300.00 

Julia Butler Hansen 3C0.00 

Orval Hansen 300.00 

William H. Harsha (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1971) 300.00 

William D. Hathaway 300.00 

KenHechler._ 300.00 

H.John Heinz III 300.00 

Henry HelstoskI 300.00 

Frank Horton 300.00 

Craig Hosmer 300.00 

Edward Hutchinson 300.00 

Abraham Kazen.Jr _ _._ 300.00 

Peter N. Kyros 300.00 

Earl F. Landgrebe _ -.-. 300.00 

Robert L. Leggett _ _ _ 300.00 

Arthur A. Link 300.00 

Robert McClory _ .._ 300.00 

James A. McClure 300.00 

John Y. McColllster._-_ 300.00 

Jack H. McDonald 300.00 

Stewart B. McKlnney ____ 300.00 

John L. McMillan 300.00 

Ray J. Madden„_ _._ 300.00 

Robert B.(Bob) Mathias. _-_ 300.00 

Dawson Mathls _._ 300.00 

Lloyd Meeds _ 300.00 

John Melcher 300.00 

George P. Miller _ -.- 300.00 

William 0. Mills _ -- 300.00 

Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell... 300.00 

Thomas E.Morgan -_ --- 300.00 

F. Bradford Morse -- 300.00 

John E. Moss... _ 300.00 

William H. Natcher 300.00 

Bill Nichols -- 300.00 

Robert N.C. Nix... .-.. 300.00 

David R. Obey .._ 300.00 

James G.O'Hara - 300.00 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr ---- 300.00 

Wriuht Patman 300.00 

Edward J. Patten. - 300.00 

Peter A. Peyser.. 300.00 

W. R. Poage 300.00 



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Amount 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending Dec. 31, 1971 — Continued 



1972 
Jan. 3 



Congressman 

5080 Richard H. Poff $300.00 

Charles B. Rangel 300.00 

Thomas M. Rees -- 300.00 

Robert A. Roe - - 300.00 

Benjamin S. Rosenthal 300.00 

Dan Rostenkowski... 300.00 

Charles W. Sandman, Jr 300.00 

Pauls. Sarbanes... -- 300.00 

John F. Selberling (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1971) 300.00 

John M. Slack..- 300.00 

Robert H. Steele - 300.00 

Sam Steiger 300.00 

Louis Stokes - 300.00 

W. S. (BIII)Stuckey,Jr -- 300.00 

James W. Symington 300.00 

Charles A. Vanik -..- 300.00 

William C.Wamplsr 300.00 

William B. Widnall 300.00 

Charles W. Whalen, Jr_ 300.00 

Lawrence G. Williams 300.00 

Bob Wilson 300.00 

Charles H. Wilson 300.00 

Wendell Wyatt 300.00^ 

John W. Wydler 300.00' 

Sydney R. Yates 300.00' 

John Young 300.00 

5081 Seymour Halpern 300.00 

5084 James C.Corman 300.00 

4 5093 Parren J. Mitchell 300.00 

5100 Fred Schwengel 300.00 

5101 John H. Buchanan 3G0.0O 

5 5153 Ronald V.Dellums 300.00 

6 5155 BillAlexander 300.00 

Bill Archer 300.00 

John M. Ashbrook 300.00 

Page Belcher.- 300.00 

Ben B. Blackburn 300.00 

John A. Blatnik 300.00 

Frank J. Brasco 300.00 

Jack Brinkley 300.00 

Wm.S. Broomfield 300.00 

Omar Burleson 300.00 

James A. Byrne 300.00 

Goodloe E. Byron 300.00 

Bob Casey 300.00 

Emanuel Celler 300.00 

Philip M. Crane 300.00 

William P. Curlin,Jr 300.00 

George E. Danielson 300.00 

Glenn R. Davis 300.00 

John Dellenback 300.00 

Edward J. Derwinski 300.00 

Frank E. Evans 300.00 

Hamilton Fish.Jr 300.00 

Estate of James G. Fulton (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1971) 300. 00 

Edward A. Garmatz 300.00 

Sam Gibbons 300.00 

EllaT. Grasso ' 300.00 

Charles S.Gubser _- 300.00 

Durward G. Hall 300.00 

James Harvey 300.00 

Augustus F. Hawkins 300.00 

Wayne L. Havs 300.00 

F. Edward Hebert 300.00 

Louise Day Hicks 300.00 

Lawrence J. Hogan. 300.00 

Albert W.Johnson__ --.. 300.00 

Harold T. Johnson 300.00 

Robert E. Jones 300.00 

Robert W. Kastenmeier 300.00 

James Kee 300.00 

Dan Kuykendall 300.00 

Phil M. Landrum 300.00 

Alton Lennon 300.00 

Speedy 0. Long 300.00 

James R. Mann 300.00 

Dave Martin. 300.00 

Wiley Mayne 300.00 



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Pate No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending Dec. 31, 1971— Continued 



1972 

Jan. 6 



Congressman 

5155 Robert H. Michel $300.00 

Robert H. Mollohan 300.00 

Johns. Monagan 300.00 

G. V. (Sonny) Montgomery 300.00 

John M. Murphy _ 300.00 

M.organ F. Murphy . 300.00 

John Myers 300.00 

Thomas M. Pelly 300.00 

Alexander Pirnie 300. CO 

Melvin Price 300.00 

Tom Railsback 200.00 

Wm. J. Randall... 300.00 

John J.Rhodes 300.00 

Donald W. Riegle, Jr 300.00 

Peter W.Rodino,Jr 300.00 

John J.Rooney 300.00 

John H. Rousselot. 3CO.00 

JohnG.Schmitz 300.00 

Keith G.Sebelius _.. 300.00 

J. William Stanton 300.00 

James V.Stanton 300.00 

Frank A. Stubbleheld 300.00 

Roy A.Taylor 300.00 

Charles M. Teague 300.00 

Vernon W. Thomson 300.00 

Jerome R.Waldie 300.00 

J. Irving Whailey (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1971) 300.00 

J. Irving Whailey.... 300.00 

Richard C.White 300.00 

G. William Whitehurst 300.00 

Jamie L. Whitten 300.00 

Larry Winn, Jr 300.00 

6us Yatron : 300.00 

7 5172 Clarence J. Brown 300.00 

5184 Fred B. Roonev 300. GO 

11 5224 Thaddeus J. Dulski 150.00 

12 5244 Thomas G. Abernothy 300.00 

James Abourezk 300.00 

Brock Adams 300.00 

Glenn M. Anderson 300.00 

Mark Andrews 300.00 

Frank Annunzio 300.00 

LaMar Bsker 300.00 

William A. Barrett..-. 300.00 

Nick Bsgich 300.00 

BobBergland 300.00 

Tom Bevill 300.00 

Donald G. Brotzman (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1971) 300.00 

Donald G. Brotzman 300.00 

Patrick T. Caffery 1.... 300.00 

Donald D. Clancy 300.00 

John Conyers.Jr 300.00 

John H. Dent 300.00 

Charles C. Diggs, Jr 300.00 

John D. Dingell 300.00 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn 300.00 

John G. Dnw. . 300.00 

John Dowdy 300.00 

John N. Erlenborn 300.00 

Thomas S. Foley '. 300.00 

Donald M. Eraser 300.00 

Bill Frenzel 300.00 

Don Fuqua 300. GO 

NickGalifianakis 300.00 

Joseph M.Gaydos 300.00 

George A. Goodling 300.00 

James R. Grover, Jr 300.00 

James A. Haley.-.- 300.00 

Richard T. Hanna 300.00 

James F.Hastings - 300.00 

ChetHolifield.- - 300.00 

William L. Hungate. 300.00 

Andrew Jacobs, J r 300.00 

Chnrles Rsper Jonas... 187.44 

Norman F. Lent-- 300.00 

Paul N. McCloskey.Jr.. 300.00 

Mike MrCormack 300.00 

John J. McFall- ,- 300.00 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



1972 

Jan. 12 



5244 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending Dec. 31, 1971 — Continued 

Congressman 

James D. (Wlike) McKevitt $300.00 

Ralph H. Metcalfe 300.00 

Wilbur D. Mills 300.00 

Patsy T. Mink 300.00 

Lucien N. Nedzi 300.00 

J. J. Pickle 300.00 

Walter E. Powell 300.00 

Graham Purcel! 300.00 

Albert H.Quie 300.00 

James H. (Jimmy) Quillen 300.00 

John R. R^rick 300.00 

Howard W. Robison 300.00 

Paul G. Rogers.. 300.00 

David E. Satterfield III 300.90 

Herman T. Schneebeli 300.00 

John F. Seiberling 300.00 

George E. Shipley 300.00 

Robert G. Stephens, Jr 300.00 

John H. Terry -. 300.00 

Joseph P. Vigorito 300.00 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr 300.00 

John Ware 300.00 

Charles E. Wiegins 300.00 

Lester L. Wolff __ 300.00 

Roger Zion 300.00 

17 5342 Bellas. Abzug -.. 300.00 

John B. Anderson 300.00 

Les Aspin 300.00 

Mario Biaggi 300.00 

Ray Blanton 300.30 

Hale Boggs 300.00 

Frank T. Bow 300.00 

John Brademas _ 300.00 

Joel T. Broyhill _ 300.00 

Silvio 0. Conte 300.00 

W.C. (Dan) Daniel - -... 300.00 

John W. Davis... 300.00 

Don Edwards 300.00 

Gerald R. Ford 300.00 

William D. Ford 300.00 

Charles H.GrifHn 300.00 

Michael Harrington 300.00 

James J. Howard 300.00 

JohnJarman 300.00 

Walter B.Jones___. _ ._ 300.00 

William J. Keating 300.00 

Hastings Kei th.. 300.00 

Jack F. Kern p.... _._ 300.00 

CarletonJ. King 300.00 

Edward I. Koch 300.00 

Sherman P. Lloyd 300.00 

Clarence D. Long 500.00 

William S. Mailliard 300.00 

Spark M. Matsunaga 300.00 

Romano L Mazzoli 300.00 

Bertram L. Podell (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1971) 300.00 

Bertram L. Podell 300.00 

Rorran C. Pucinski (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1971) 300.00 

Roman C. Pucinski 300.00 

J- Kenneth Robinson 300.00 

Teno Roncalio... 136. S5 

Garner E.Shriver 300.00 

B. F.Sisk 300.00 

GeneSnvder.... 300.00 

Torn Steed 300.00 

AlUllman : 300.00 

Lionel Van Deerlin 300.00 

GuvVanderJagt 300. CO 

Bill Chappell,Jr 300.00 

Carl Albert ----- 300.00 

Charles E. Bennett 300. CO 

Edward P. Boland 300.00 

Richard Boiling 300.00 

Garry Brown 300.00 

Don H. Clausen 300.00 

James M. Collins 300.00 

Jorge L. Cordova .-.. 300.00 

Eligiode la Garza 300.00 

David W. Dennis 300.00 



5371 
5602 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1972 

Jan, 26 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending Dec. 31, 1971 — Continued 

Congressman 

5602 Robert F. Drinan $300.00 

Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont 300.00 

Dante B. Fascell 300.00 

John J. Fjyntjr 300.00 

Edwin B. Forsythe 300.00 

TomS. Gettys — 300.00 

John Paul Hammerschmidt 300.00 

James IVl. Hanley 300. 00 

William H. Harsha 300. 00 

Floyd V. Hicks 300.00 

Elwood Hillis 300.00 

John E. Hunt 300.00 

Richard H. Ichord 300.00 

Ed Jones 300.00 

Joseph E. Karth 300.00 

John C. Kluczynski 300.00 

Joseph IVl. McDade 300.00 

Robert C. IVIcEwen 300.00 

Clarence E. Miller 300.00 

William S. Moorhead 300.00 

Otis G. Pike 300.00 

David Pryor 300.00 

Ogden R. Reid 300.00 

Ray Roberts 300.00 

J. Edward Roush .-... 300.00 

Harold Runnels 300.00 

William J. Scherle 300.00 

William L.Scott 300.00 

William L. Springer 300.00 

Samuel S. Stratton __.- 300.00 

Charles Thone 300.00 

Robert 0. Tiernan __- 300.00 

Victor V. Veysey 300.00 

C. W. Bill Young.. _ 300.00 

Clement J. Zablocki -- 300.00 

Feb. 7 6012 Jackson E. Betts (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1971) 4.94 

Jackson E. Betts 4.53 

Jonathan B. Bingham _ -.- .- --- 300.00 

James T. Broyhill ._ 300.00 

J. HerbertBurke 300.00 

Hugh L.Carey 300.00 

George W. Collins (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1971) 300.00 

George W.Collins 300.00 

Edwin W. Edwards... 300.00 

Marvin L. Esch 300.00 

Robert N.Giaimo (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1971). _ _ 300.00 

Robert N.Giaimo ._ ...._ 300.00 

Edith Green -- 300.00 

Margaret Heckler... ._ _ 300.00 

David N.Henderson. 300.00 

K. Gunn McKay _ 300.00 

Fernand J. St Germain ____ _ 300.00 

James H.Scheuer____ 300.00 

William A. Steiger 300.00 

Leonor K. Sullivan 300.00 

11 6318 John N. Happy Camp -.- 300.00 

Shirley Chisholm 300.00 

Frank M. Clark (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1971) 300.00 

Frank M. Clark 300.00 

DelClawson 300.00 

Barry M. Goldwater, Jr 300.00 

Delbert L. Latta 300.00 

Manuel Lujan, Jr 300.00 

AbnerJ. Mikva 300.00 

Claude Pepper ._ _ 300.00 

Teno Roncalio 163.05 

Philip E. Ruppe 300.00 

Earl B. Ruth 300.00 

Burt L. Talcott 300.00 

Fletcher Thompson- 300.00 

Morris K. Udall 300.00 

Chalmers P. Wylie ...J -. 300.00 

16 6380 George W.Andrews 300.00 

James A. Burke 300.00 

John W. Byrnes 300.00 

Richardson Preyer 3C0.00 

Richard G.Shoup... 300.00 

Meal Smith _ 300.00 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending Dec. 31, 1971 — Continued 



1972 
Feb. 25 6595 



Congressman 



Jack Brooks 

William (Bill) Clay l\\"\["l 

Samuel L. Devine _ _._ 

Paul Findley __ 

William E. iVIinshall ^l\l[[\\[[l\ 

Henry S. Reuss "_' 

William F. Ryan 

Joe Skubitz (quarterly period ending Sept. 30,1971) .-./_.'...._"/_"./.. 

Joe Skubitz 

Mar. 8 7034 John J. Duncan 

G. Elliott Hagan (quarterly periods ending Sept. 30 and Dec. 31, 1971) 

Alvin E. O'Konski (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1971) 

Alvin E. O'Konski 

Jerry L. Pettis _ _ " 

29 7538 Robert D. Price 

7539 Robert D. Price (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1971) -II.l^^I^^I 

Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
Mar. 31, 1972: 



$119.72 
300. 00 
300.00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
3CC.C0 
300. 00 
300. 00 
600.00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300.00 



Congressman 

31 76S0 Fred Schwengel _ 300 00 

Apr. 3 7783 John B. Anderson .///.._ '_ 300.00 

William R. Anderson --I1---1I^--I"1~'1~.^~II 30o!o0 

Mark Andrews ,V..V. "I" 300'00 

John M. Ashbrook , ' ' 300 00 

Walters. Baring 300' 00 

Alphonzo Bell 300.00 

Edward G. Blester, Jr .. _ _ _ _ 300 00 

John A. Blatnik 300 00 

William G. Bray 30o!o0 

PhilNp Burton 300.00 

Earle Cabell .. 300.00 

Patrick T. Caffery 300.00 

Elford A. Cederberg 300.00 

Charles E. Chamberlain ' _l '"__ " 30o!o0 

Lawrence Coughlin ' [[[[[[.]'.[[ ' 30o!oO 

George E. Danielson.. _ ' ~ " 300 00 

John G. Dow__.. ll[l"[[ll 300.00 

Florence P. Dwyer _ 300.00 

Bob Eckhardt "' 30o!oO 

Ed Edmondson __ _ ' ' '' 300.00 

Edwin W. Edwards _ " ""_ 30o!oo 

Jack Edwards ' " 300!00 

Edwin D. Eshleman 30o!oo 

Hamilton Fish, Jr " " 300 00 

John J. Flynt.Jr ..' .". 30o!oO 

Sam Gibbons _ 300.00 

Henry B. Gonzalez 300 00 

Kenneth J. Gray '. 300!00 

Edith Green 300.00 

Martha W. Griffiths 300.00 

James R. Grover.Jr ". ' 30o!oO 

GilbertGude _ 30o!oO 

James A. Haley [.\[[\[\ll[[[[ [ 300.00 

Seymour Halpern l""\[[l\lW] 30o!oO 

Julia Butler Hansen " ' 300!oO 

James F. Hastings... I. III"!" 30o!oo 

William D. Hathaway 300.00 

F. Edward Hebert ..'.".'".'"'.".""' 300.00 

Henry Helstoski .'" 300'. 00 

Chet Holifield . . 300' 00 

Frank Horton '/."'"""""'""""I 300'. 00 

Craig Hosmer 300.00 

Edward Hutchinson . . 300 00 

Robert L. Leggett "^"""""""T" 300.00 

Paul N. McCloskey 300.00 

Stewart B. McKinney " ' 300 00 

John L. McMillan "' " 30o! 00 

William S. Mailliard ".".].""I"^"I'I" 30o! 00 

Dave Martin ..... ' " 300 00 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias '.'."""" 300.00 

Romano L. Mazzoli 300. CO 

Lloyd Meeds .".'.".""."'' 300.00 

John Melcher -. .... ' ' 30000 

George P. Millar 30o!oO 

Wilbur D. Mills (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1971) 300.00 

Wilbur D. Mills 300 00 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending Mar. 31, 1972 — Continued 

Congressman 
1972 

Apr. 3 7783 Joseph G. Minish ._ $300.00 

John S. Monagan 300.00 

Thomas E. Morgan 300.00 

F. Bradford Morse 300.00 

John E. Moss 300.00 

Morgan F. Murphy 300.00 

William H. Watcher 300.00 

Robert N. C. Nix 300.00 

Otto E. Passman 300.00 

Edward J. Patten 300.00 

Peter A. Peyser 300.00 

Alexander Pirnie 300.00 

W. R. Poage 300.00 

Richard H. Poff _ 300.00 

Thomas M. Rees 300.00 

Donald W. Riegle,Jr 300.00 

Robert A. Roe 300.00 

Paul S. Sarbanes 300.00 

William J. Scherle 300.00 

George E.Shipley .._ 300.00 

B. F. Sisk 300.00 

John M. Slack 300.00 

Neal Smith _ 300.00 

Robert G.Stephens, Jr _ 300.00 

James W.Symington ._ _._ 300.00 

Joe D. Waggonner,Jr _ 300.00 

William B. Widnall 300.00 

Bob Wilson.. _ 300.00 

Charles H. Wilson.. 3OC.C0 

Wendell Wyatt- 300.00 

John W. Wydler 300.00 

John Young _. _._ _ _ 300.00 

Clement J. Zablocki _ _ 300.00 

5 7846 Thomas G. Abernethy.. 300.00 

LaMar Baker... 300.00 

NickBegich... _ 300.00 

Bob Bergland 300.00 

Ben B. Blackburn 300.00 

Jack Brinkley 300.00 

Wm. S. Broomfield 300.00 

Garry Brown _. _ _ 300.00 

Bill D. Burlison 300.00 

Goodloe E. Byron _ _ 300.00 

Hugh L.Carey ._ 300.00 

Glenn R. Davis _ 300.00 

Edward J. Derwinski.... _ 300.00 

Dante B. Fascell _._ 300.00 

Edward A. Garmatz.. 300.00 

Robert N. Giaimo. ._ 300.00 

Charles H. Griffin _ 300.00 

Orval Hansen ._. 300.00 

William L. Hungate _ _ _... 300.00 

Harold T.Johnson _..^ 300.00 

Dan Kuykendall._._ _ 300.00 

Alton Lennon _ _ _ 300.00 

Norman F. Lent 300.00 

Speedy 0. Long _.. 300.00 

Robert McClory _ _._ 300.00 

Wiley Mayne _ 300.00 

G. V. (Sonny) Montgomery _ 300.00 

Lucien N. Nedzi... 300.00 

Bill Nichols _ . . 300.00 

Thomas M. Pelly . 300.00 

J.J. Pickle 300.00 

Graham Purcll _._ 300.00 

Tom Railsback _ 300.00 

Howard W. Robison.. 300.00 

Benjamin S. Rosenthal _.. 300.00 

J. Edward Roush _ 300.00 

John H. Rousselot _ 300.00 

Keith G Sebelius _. 300.00 

Dick Shoup _._ _ 300.00 

Sa'n Stoiger _ 300.00 

Roy A. Taylor _.. 300.00 

Charles W. Whalen, Jr.. 300.00 

G. William Whitehurst... ;.. 300.00 

Jamie L. Whitten. 300.00 

Gus Yatron... 300.00 



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No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Louis Stokes- 



11 


8004 


\? 


8(1?1 




8031 




803b 




8044 


13 


807b 



Official office expenses Incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending Mar. 31, 1972— Continued 

Congressman 
1972 

Apr. 6 7913 Charles W. Sandman, Jr *onn'n? 

7 7983 Brock Adams ^""-"^ 

Bill Alexander ^"U-"" 

William A. Barrett ^""- "^ 

Page Belcher 300.00 

J. Herbert Burke --- 300.00 

James A. Byrne - 300.00 

Bob Casey 300.00 

Donald D. Clancy 300.00 

Barber B. Conable,Jr ---- 150.00 

Silvio 0. Conte 300.00 

William P. Curlin.Jr - 300.00 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn ^""-^^ 

Thomas N. Downing 3UU.UU 

John N. Erienborn 300.00 

Marvin L. Esch 300. on 

Frank E. Evans 300.00 

ThomasS. Foley 300.00 

Nick Galifianakis ---- ^""- "X 

Joseph M.Gaydos 300.00 

Charles S.Gubser 300.00 

Wayne L.Hays 300.00 

David N. Henderson V^n i^ 

Robert E. Jones - - ---- 300.00 

Joseph E. Karth - 300.00 

Hastings Keith 300.00 

Edward 1. Koch - - 300.00 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt- 300.00 

James R.Mann - ---- - fm^n 

Robert H. Michel - --- 300.00 

Patsy T. Mink - 300.00 

Williams. Moorhead.. 300.00 

James G.O'Hara - --- 300.00 

Melvin Price.- - - 300.00 

JohnR. Rarick --- --- 300.00 

JohnJ.Rooney - 300.00 

Dan Rostenkowski onnrn 

David E.Satterfield III 300.00 

Herman T.Schneebeli 300.00 

Robert H.Steele.- - - 300.00 



300. 00 



Samuel S. Stratton ---- -- - - 300. UO 

John H Terry - 300.UO 

Frank Thompson, Jr. (quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1971)---. 300.M 

FrankThompson.Jr. (quarterly period ending Dec. 31, 1971) .--- X^n'XX 

Frank Thompson, Jr fmm 

William C.Wampler.. - - 300. uu 

Roger H.Zion... - 300.00 

David W. Dennis ^"^•^" 

Fred B. Rooney 30U. UU 

Parren J. Mitchell --- --- 300. UU 

Richard C. White 3UU.UU 

BillChappell,Jr -- 300.00 

Watkins M. Abbitt 300. UU 

Joseph P. Addabbo 300. OU 

Bill Archer - — - - 300.00 

LesAspin 30U.UU 

Wayne N. Aspinall - f^ m 

Herman Badillo -- ---- 300. uu 

TomBevill — - 30U. 00 

HaleBoggs 300. OU 

Edward P. Boland -- - 30U.UU 

JohnBrademas ^nn m, 

Frank J. Brasco 3UU. UU 

JoelT. BroyhilL... 300.00 

John H. Buchanan '^Xn nn 

Emanuel Caller :^^Xnn 

DelCiawson 3UU. uu 

James C.Cleveland 3uauu 

James M. Collins Vnn m 

JohnConyers,Jr :^""- "n 

James C. Corman onn nn 

William R. Cotter fnnm 

John C. Culver 300.00 

W.C. (Dan) Daniel 300. OU 

John W. Davis 30°- gg 

Eligio de la Garza 300. uu 

John Dellenback dUU.uu 

79-639 — 72 16 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending Mar. 31, 1972— Continued 



1972 

Apr. 13 



Congressman 

8075 Samuel L. Devine $300.00 

William L. Dickinson 300. 00 

Robert F. Drinan 300. 00 

Don Edwards 300.00 

Paul Findley.. ..— .- -- 300.00 

William D. Ford 300.00 

Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen 300.00 

Louis Frey,Jr 300.00 

Don Fuqua 300.00 

Cornelius E.Gallagher 300.00 

Barry M. Goldwater, Jr 300.00 

Lee H. Hamilton 300.00 

James M. Hanley 300.00 

Richard T. Hanna 300.00 

James Harvey 300.00 

Louise Day Hicks 300.00 

Richard H. Ichord 300.00 

Albert W.Johnson 300.00 

Walter B.Jones 300.00 

Robert W. Kastenmeier 300.00 

Jack F. Kemp 300.00 

Peter N. Kyros 300.00 

Phil iVI. Landrum 300.00 

JSmes A. McClure 300.00 

Mike McCormack 300.00 

Jack H. McDonald.... 300.00 

John J. WicFalL. 300.00 

Dawson Mafhis 300.00 

Ralph H. Metcalfe... 300.00 

AbnerJ. Mikva... -- 300.00 

William 0. Mills.... --- 300.00 

Robert H. Mollohan _ 300.00 

Charles A. Mosher 300.00 

Alvin E. O'Konski -- 300.00 

Walter E. Powell - 300.00 

Albert H. Quie.___ 300.00 

James H. Quillen.... .- -.-- 300.00 

Wm. J. Randall 300.00 

HenrvS. Reuss 300.00 

Ray Roberts _.._ - 300.00 

Peter W. Rodinojr 300.00 

Harold Runnels 300.00 

Philip E. Ruppe.. -.. 300.00 

James H.Scheuer... 300.00 

JohnG.Schmitz 300.00 

William L.Scott 300.00 

JohnF.Seiberling - 300.00 

William A. Steiger 300.00 

Charles M. league.. --- 300.00 

Vernon W. Thomson 306.00 

AlUllman 300.00 

Lionel Van Deerlin --- 300.00 

Joseph P. Vigorito. 300.00 

Jerome R.Waldie -. ---- 300.00 

Charles E.Wiggins 300.00 

Larry Winn, Jr. _. 300.00 

Sidney R.Yates.. _ _ 300.00 

C. W. Bill Young.. 300.00 

14 8116 Michael J. Harrington 300.00 

18 8242 Clarence J. Brown 300.00 

21 8314 Carl Albert - 300.00 

Richard Boiling 300.00 

James T. Broyhill 300.00 

Charles J. Carney 300.00 

Jorge L. C6rdova._ 300.00 

Ronald V. Dellums.. 300.00 

CharlesC. Diggs.Jr. -- 300.00 

ThaddeusJ. Dulski-. 150.00 

Bill Frenzel. 300.00 

Ella T. Grasso - ---- 300.00 

John Paul Hammerschmidt.. - 300.00 

Ken Hechler 300.00 

Margaret M. Heckler. 300.00 

JohnJarman.. 300.00 

Charles Paper Jonas - 266.38 

William J. Keating... ---- 300.00 

Arthur A. Link.._ 300.00 

Sherman P. Lloyd 300.00 

Clarence D. Long 300.00 



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Date 



No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1972 

Apr. 21 



May 1 8720 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending Mar. 31, 1972 — Continued 

Congressman 

8314 Joseph M. McDade_ _.. $300.00 

Richard W. Wlallary 70.69 

Spark M. Matsunaga 300.00 

John M. Murphy 300.00 

John Myers 300.00 

David R. Obey 300.00 

Jerry L. Pettis 300.00 

Ogden R. Reid 300.00 

Paul G. Rogers 300.00 

William R. Roy 300.00 

Earl B. Ruth 300.00 

Garner E. Shriver 300.00 

J. William Stanton 300.00 

James V.Stanton 300.00 

Tom Steed 300.00 

Charles A. Vanik . 300.00 

Lawrence G. Williams 300.00 

Frank Annunzio 300.00 

Mario Biaggi 300.00 

Jonathan B. Bingham 300.00 

Philip M. Crane 300.00 

John D. Dingell 300.00 

Joe L. Evjns (quarterly period ending Dec. 31, 1971)... 300.00 

Edwin B. Forsythe 300.00 

Donald M. Eraser 300.00 

William J. Green 300.00 

Durward G.Hall... 300.00 

H.John Heinz III 300.00 

Elwood Hillis . 300.00 

James J. Howard _ 300.00 

Ed Jones 300.00 

John C.KIuczynski 300.00 

Earl F. Landgrebe. 300.00 

Manuel Lujan.Jr.. 300.00 

K. Gunn McKay 300.00 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr.... _ 300.00 

Bertram L. Podell 300.00 

David Pryor - 300.00 

John J. Rhodes 300.00 

J. Kenneth Robinson __ 300.00 

Edward R. Roybal - 300.00 

Fernand J. St Germain _ 300.00 

Gene Snyder 300.00 

Floyd D. Spence 300.00 

Leonor K.Sullivan 300.00 

9 8967 Glenn M. Anderson 300.00 

Thomas L. Ashley _. - ...- 300.00 

Jackson E. Betts _ .- 4.53 

Ray Blanton 300.00 

John W. Byrnes 300.00 

Tim Lee Carter 300.00 

Dominick V. Daniels (quarterly period ending Dec. 31, 1971) 300.00 

Dominick V. Daniels 300.00 

John H. Dent 300.00 

Walter E. Fauntroy 300.00 

Gerald R. Ford 300.00 

Augustus F. Hawkins _ 300.00 

Floyd V. Hicks. 300.00 

Lawrence J. Hogan 300.00 

John E. Hunt 300.00 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr.. 300.00 

TenoRoncalio 300.00 

Floyd D. Spence (quarterly period ending Dec. 31, 1971) 300.00 

William L Springer 300.00 

Fletcher Thompson 300.00 

Morris K. Udall 300.00 

GuyVanderJagt 300. GO 

John Ware 300.CO 

Lester L. Wolff 300.00 

Chalmers P. Wylje 3C0.00 

18 9169A James Abourezk 300.00 

James A. Burke 300.00 

Shirley Chisholm 300.00 

Don H.Clausen... 300.00 

John Dowdy. . 300.00 

Walter Flowers 300. CC 

George A. Goodling 300.00 

John Y. McCollister 300.00 

Wright Patman 300.00 



238 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending Mar. 31, 1972 — Continued 

Congressman 
1972 

May 18 9169A Otis G. Pike $300.00 

Richardson Prever 300.C0 

Charles B. Rangel 300.00 

Roberto. Tiernan 300.00 

J.lrvingWhalley _.. _.. 300.00 

June 1 9561 Donald G. Brotzman. 300.00 

John N. Happy Camp 300.00 

John J. Duncan _ 300.00 

L. H. Fountain (quarterly period ending Dec. 31, 1971) 300.00 

Abraham Kazen, Jr _ 300.00 

Clarence E. Miller _ _. _ 300.00 

William E. Minshall 300.00 

Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell 300.00 

8 9863 Omar Burleson 300.00 

Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont 300.00 

Carleton J. King 300.00 

Ray J. Madden 300.00 

Henry P.Smith III _.._ 30C.00 

10 10096 G. Elliott Hagan 300.00 

William H. Harsha__- 300.00 

John P. Saylor _ 300.00 

JoeSkubitz ; 300.00 

15 10151 Mendel J. Davis 300.00 

29 10433 0. C. Fisher ___, 300.00 

DelbertL. Latta .._ 300.00 

William F. Ryan 300.00 

Victor V. Veysey. _. 300.00 

Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
June 30, 1972: 

Congressman 

30 10499 Fred Schwengel 300.00 

Refunds and adjustments (107.00) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations... _. 241,001.23 

OFFICIAL TELEPHONE EXPENSE 

Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for the 
quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971 : 

Congressman 

Estate of L. Mendel Rivers, quarters ending: 

Mar. 31,1967 _ 62.34 

June 30, 1967 _ 189.42 

Sept. 30, 1967. __ _ 187.02 

Mar. 31,1958 _ 203.44 

June 30, 1968 178.31 

Sept. 30,1968 279.25 

Dec. 31,1968. _ ___- 300.00 

Mar. 31,1969 _ 271.80 

June 30, 1969 ._ 272.25 

Se t. 30,1989 181.50 

Dec. 31,1969 __ 272.25 

Mar. 31,1970. 300.00 

June 30, 1970 300.00 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations _ 2,997.58 

James J. Delaney (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971)(supplemental) 49.05 

James J. Delaney (quarter ending June 30, 1971) (supplemental) _ 47.45 

William L. Dickinson (quarter ending June 30, 1971) _ _ 325.92 

Charles M. Teague (quarter ending June 30, 1971) _ _ 441.73 

Bertram L. Podell (quarter ending June 30, 1971).. 450.00 

Ronald V. Dellums (quarter ending June 30, 1971).... 450.00 

Arthur A, Link (quarter ending June 30, 1971).. _ ., _. 175.92 

Teno Roncalio (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) _ _ 98.75 

Wil iam A. Stsiger (quarter ending June 30, 1971)(suDDlemental) _ 26.84 

Estate of L. Mendel Rivers (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970). _ 300.00 

Estate of L. Mendel Rivers (quarter ending Dhc. 31, 1970) 106.90 

Frank E. Denholm (quarter ending June 30, 1971) 62.16 

Walter E. Fauntroy (quarter ending June 30, 1971).. 392.80 

John C. Culver (quarter ending June 30, 1971) 357.22 



Jan. 26 5612 



Jan. 12 


5255 


14 


5301 


17 


b:m 


18 


5364 


26 


5597 




5598 




5599 




5613 




5614 


27 


5663 


28 


57?? 




5725 



239 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1972 




Feb. 1 


b919 




h9?n 




b9?l 


Mar. 2 


fi839 




fi84n 


20 


7272 


Apr. 12 


8041 


Wlay 9 


8956 




89b/ 


June 6 


9832 




9633 


23 


10377 




10378 



Jan. 



4 50S7 

7 5185 

5186 

11 5218 
5227 

12 5256 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for 
the quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971 — Continued 

Congressman 

George W.Collins (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1970) $150.43 

George W. Collins (quarter ending iWar. 31, 1971) _ 300.00 

George W.Collins (quartsr ending June 30, 1971) 334.39 

Edward I. Koch (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1970) (supplemental) _ 173.62 

Peter Kyros (quarter ending June 30, 1971) 303.90 

Donald G. Brotzman (quarter ending June 30, 1971).. _ 229.37 

Daniel J. Flood (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1970) _ 300.00- 

Daniel J. Flood (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 274.35 

DanisI J. Flood (quarter ending June 30, 1971) 314.39 

Frank E. Denholm (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) _ 38.60 

Frank E. Denholm (quarter ending June 30, 1971) 44.09 

Wright Patman (quarter ending IVlar. 31, 1971) 63. 54 

Wright Patman (quarter ending June 30, 19/1)_ 63.54 

Louise Day Hicks (quarter ending IVlar. 31, 1971) 213. 19 

Louise Day Hicks (quarter ending June 30, 1971) 257. 78 

Refunds and adjustments... (11.00) 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 6,334. 93 

Seymour Halpern 242.49 

Fred B. Rooney 443.32 

Julia Butler Hansen 85.39 

Seymour Halpern 52.46 

Robert L. Leggett 450.00 

Bellas. Abzug (quarter ending Sept. 30,1971) 450.00 

LesAspin (quarter ending Sept. 30,1971) 450.00 

Edward G. Blester, Jr 337.63 

Bill D. Burlison 188.94 

Earle Cabell (quarter ending Sept. 30,1971) 306.00 

Philip iVI. Crane... 352.74 

George E. Danielson 235.45 

James J. Delaney (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) (supplemental) 57. 52 

William L.Dickinson (quarter ending Sept. 30,1971) 360.10 

Edwin D. Eshleman 200.74 

TomS.Gettys 272.14 

William H. Harsha.. 159.63 

James Kee 450.00 

Lloyd Meeds 366.65 

William 0. MiMs... 424.44 

G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery... 420.39 

John Myers (quarter enaingSept. 30, 1971) 144.60 

David R. Obey 450.00 

Walter E. Poweil 450.00 

Melvin Price 260.30 

Robert A. Roe -• 252.86 

Benjamins. Rosenthal 119.78 

John H. Riusselot 450.00 

John ri. Terry 450.00 

Charles Thone (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 117. 55 

Larry Winn, Jr ..... 238.32 

Roger H. Zion (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 317. 14 

Dan Rostenkowski 450.00 

Lawrence G.Williams 409.44 

Lawrence G. Williams (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) (supplemental) 22.40 

Fred Schwengel 431.60 

Bi!IChappell,Jr 326.80 

Frank Annunzio 291.21 

John M. Ashbrook ■ 292.23 

LaMar Baker 359.64 

Walters. Baring 316.77 

John A. Blatnik 292.19 

Jack Brinkley 347.70 

Glenn R. Davi<: 252.37 

John H. Dent (quarter ending Sept. 30,1971) 450.00 

John H. Dent 450.00 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn , 177.47 

Don Edwards 450.00 

Frank E. Evans 253.42 

Joe L. Evins 450.00 

Joseph M. Gaydos 378.74 

EllaT. Grasso 450.00 

Richard T. Manna 450.00 

Wayne L.Hays 420.34 

Lawrence J. Hogan (quarter ending Sept. 31, 1971) 264.87 

Andrew Jacobs. J r 434.06 

Dan Kuykendall 450.00 

Sherman P. Lloyd 373.60 

Stewart B. McKinney 450.00 



13 


5750 


14 


5?63 




5264 


17 


bm 


19 


5372 




5375 



240 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for 
the quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971 — Continued 



1972 

Jan. 19 



Congressman 

5375 John Wlelcher $120.00 

Ralph H. iVIetcalfe 450.00 

Robert H. Michel 308. 19 

Peter A. Peyser 450.00 

Alexander Pirnie 450. 00 

Roman Pucinski (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 446. 80 

Roman C. Pucinski 447.81 

Graham Purcell _ 450.00 

James H.(limmy)Quillen 450.00 

Charles B. Rangel 258.28 

Herman T.Schneebeli 289.31 

John F. Selberling 240.83 

George E. Shlpiey__ 450.00 

Tom Steed 217.63 

W. S. (BIII)Stuckey,Jr 450.00 

James W. Symington 450.00 

Lionel Van Deerlln 450.00 

Joe D. Waggonner,Jr -. 195.08 

Jerome R. Waldle 450.00 

Lester L. Wolff 450.00 

Wendell Wyatt 430.25 

Roger H.ZIon 347.03 

20 5383 John Young.... 112.31 

5391 Ben B. Blackburn 401.13 

22 5513 Thomas G. Abernethy 8.13 

Thomas L. Ashley 239.24 

William A. Barrett. 294.12 

Ray Blanton 374.47 

Edw/ard P. Boland --.. 350.13 

Wm. S. Broomfield 293.67 

Elford A. Cederberg 15.68 

Don H.Clausen (quarter ending Sept. 30,1971)... 438.80 

Don H. Clausen. - 450.00 

Silvio 0. Conte 289.40 

William R. Cotter 300.85 

W. C. (Dan) Daniel (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) (supplemental). 22.00 

W.C. (Dan) Daniel 227.09 

John Dellenback 450.00 

Edw/ard J. Derwinski... _.. 391.06 

Robert F. Drinan - 450.00 

Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont -- 426.83 

Joshua Ellberg. 450.00 

John N. Erienborn 450.00 

William D. Ford 311.78 

Sam Gibbons (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 450.00 

James A. Haley 179.68 

Orval Hansen 450.00 

Michael Harrington 450.00 

James F. Hastings 365.06 

F. Edward Hebert (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) (supplemental) 75.60 

F. Edward Hebert 336.24 

James J. Howard 329.30 

William J. Keating 337.15 

Jack F. Kemp... 450.00 

John C. Kluczynskl (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 2G9. 35 

Phil M. Landrum. 75.18 

ArthurA. Link (quarter ending Sept. 30,1971) 269.23 

Robert McClory... 421.91 

K. Gunn McKay 317.20 

Clarence E. Miller (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 312.22 

Joseph G. MInlsh 154.45 

Thomas E. Morgan.. 39.32 

F. Bradford Morse 450.00 

Thomas M. Pellv ---- 199-69 

Tom Railsback (quarter ending Sept. 30,1971) 223.17 

John J.Rooney 178.58 

Benjamin S. Rosenthal (supplemental) 121.53 

Keith G.Sebelius 339.16 

Garner E.Shrlver.. 322.16 

Floyd O.Spence . . 284.24 

William A. Steiger (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) (supplemental) 18. 08 

W.S. (Bill) Stuckey, Jr. (quarter ending Sept. 30,1971) 244.88 

Roy A. Taylor 310.01 

Frank Thompson, Jr. 114.78 

Charles A. Vanik 270.46 

Clement J. Zablocki 141.53 



241 



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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



5723 
5724 
5725 
5727 
5728 
5930 
5931 
5934 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside tlie District of Columbia for 
the quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971 — Continued 

Congressman 

Charles W. Sandman, Jr $325.52 

Walter E. Fauntroy (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 450.00 

Walter E. Fauntroy 450.00 

Ronald V. Dellums (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 450.00 

John C. Culver (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 425.73 

John C. Culver 392.92 

G.William Whitehurst 312.25 

John E. Moss 279.20 

Brock Adams.. 340.03 

Herman Badillo - 450.00 

Tom Bevill 363.90 

Richard Boiling 344.13 

Frank T. Bow. 346.55 

Garry Brown 206.24 

Bob Casey 262.24 

Mendel J. Davis 240.54 

Frank E. Denholm (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 102.16 

Frank E. Denholm 138.32 

David W. Dennis.. 340.60 

O.C.Fisher 280.41 

Walter Flowers.. 365.70 

Thomas S.Foley 427.50 

Edwin B. Forsythe 450.00 

L. H. Fountain 241.36 

BillFrenzel 450.00 

Edward A. Garmatz ._ 200.66 

Barry M.Goldwater.Jr 450.00 

George A. Goodling (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 12.72 

George A. Goodling __ 296.23 

William J.Green 395.86 

James R. Grover, Jr _ 275.62 

Charles S. Gubser 276.16 

Durward G. HalL... 200.08 

Lee H. Hamilton ...- 450.00 

Louise Day Hicks 312.73 

Lawrence J. Hogan. 270.18 

Chet Holifield 404.10 

William L. Hungate... 313.24 

John E. Hunt 281.86 

JohnJarman _.__ 202.09 

Harold T.Johnson -- 254.01 

EdJones(quarterendingSept. 30, 1971) _. 302.83 

Joseph E. Karth 220.80 

Clarence D. Long .- ..-- - 450.00 

John Y. McCollister (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) _ 251. 61 

Jack H. McDonald (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971)... 450.00 

Jack H. McDonald 450.00 

K. Gunn McKay (supplemental) 132.80 

Williams. Mailliard 441.90 

JohnS.Monagan 354.95 

James G.O'Hara 450.00 

Edward J. Patten 223.49 

J.J. Pickle — --- 262.17 

W. R. Poage ..- 108.58 

Tom Railsback 321.24 

Charles B. Rangel (supplemental) 187.52 

Ogden R. Reid - - 450.00 

Henrys. Reuss - ---- 248.06 

Pauls. Sarbanes _. 364.06 

Robert L. F.Sikes.. -- 217.80 

B.F.Sisk... 307.48 

H.Allen Smith (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 170.10 

H.Allen Smith 146.16 

William L. Springer 162.84 

Charles M.Teague 437.93 

Robert 0. Tiernan (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971).... 388.93 

Joseph P. Vigorito - ?r,„i 

Estate of John C. Watts 114.89 

Thomas H. Downing... 313.99 

Mike McCormack 450.00 

Joseph P. Addabbo „? ,, 

Mark Andrews (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 393. 11 

Mark Andrews --- 410.00 

John M. Ashbrook - 23.02 

Nick Begich - 402.86 

Page Belcher 228. 17 

Jackson E. Betts (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 63.69 



3 5965 

8 6935 

9 6116 



242 
DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Dale No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for 
the quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971 — Continued 

Congressman 
1972 

Feb. 9 6116 Jaikson E. Betts ,.. $63.03 

Jonathan B. Bingham.. 450.00 

James T. Broyhill 450.00 

Joel T. Broyhill 144.83 

J. Herbert Burke 232.37 

Philiip Burton 427.90 

Tim Lee Carter 281.92 

Gearge W. C}llins (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 360.39 

George W. Collins _. 393.81 

Bob Eckhardt 252.87 

Edwin W. Edwards 450. OC 

Jack Edwards 375.31 

Edwin D. Eshlernan (supplemental) 108.17 

Edith Green 421.07 

Charles H. Griffin 313.30 

James Harvey 177.27 

Henry Helstoski 450.00 

Louise Day Hicks ._ 137.27 

Elwood Hillis 313.67 

Craig Hosmer 321.33 

Paul N. WicCloskey.Jr 450.00 

Joseph ¥.. McDade (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 279.71 

Dawson Mathis 333. 54 

John Melcher 60.00 

George P. Miller 291.26 

Patsy T. Mi.ik 450.00 

Robert H. Mollohan 441.80 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr 328.73 

Albert H. Quie 205.36 

John R. Rariok 450.00 

Fernand J.St Germain 450.00 

James H.Scheuer 450.00 

William Licyd Scott 156.00 

Ne^l Smith 201.75 

Harley 0. Staggers 62.85 

James V. Stanton 450.00 

J. William Stanton 419.34 

Robert H. Steele 439.37 

William A. Steiger... 375.09 

Louis Stokes 325.79 

Leonor K. Sullivan 119.10 

Victor V. Veysey 450.00 

Charles E. Wiggins... 432.38 

bob Wilson 245.56 

John W. Wydier... 389.43 

Louis C. Wyman. 450.00 

Gus Yatron... 344.69 

C. w: Bill Young 320.41 

6118 Charles H. Wilson 450.00 

11 6320 Ronald V. Dellums 450.00 

15 6328 Watkins M. Abh-tt. 450.00 

George W. Andrews 54.21 

iVlario Biaggi 450.00 

John Brademas 191.93 

William G. Bray 394.30 

Goodloe E. Byron 359.88 

Shirley Chisholm. 406.88 

Donald D. Clancy 293.55 

Frank K. Clark (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 357.96 

Harold R. Collier 263.51 

James M.. Collins 413.08 

Barber B. Conable, Jr.. 129.44 

James C. Corman 450.00 

Eiigio dela Garza 184.45 

Dante B. Fasceli 315.01 

John J. Flynt,Jr. 399.17 

Kenneth J. Gray 450.00 

Martha W. Griffiths 158.53 

Augustus F. Hawkins(quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 291.29 

Augustus F. Hawkins 277.35 

Lawrence J. Hogan (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 23.65 

Robert W. Kastenmeier 142.87 

Hastings K'ith 450.00 

John C. Klu:zynski 257.45 

Norman F. Lent 414.99 

Arthur A. Link 31S.70 

Manuel Lujan,Jr. 331.71 



243 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1972 

Feb. 15 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for 
the quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971 — Continued 

Congressman 



6328 



James A. WlcClure. 

Mike MnCormack (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) (supplemental)... ___ 

Jamss D. (Mike) McKevItt ' 

John L. (VlclVlillan . . . 

Robert B, (Bob) IVIathias 

Spark M. Matsunaga _ _ 

Wi'ey IViayne _ 

Romano L. Mazzoli 

Abner J. Wlikva (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 

John Wl. IVlurphy.. _._ __ 

Morgan F. IVlurphy 

William H. Natcher 

OtisG. Pike 

David Pryor (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 

Peter VJ. Rodinc, Jr 

Robert A. Roe 

J. Edward Roiish. _ _ __________ 

Edwsrd R. Rovbal 

Harold Runnels _.__.. .... 

Earl B. Ruth 

David E.Satterfield III 

William J. S"-herle 

John !\1. Slack 

Fletcher Thompson . _ 

AlUllman 

Charles W.Whalen.Jr 

Richard C.White 

Jamie L. Vi/hitten 

JimWright-_ . _ . . _. 

Sidney R. Yates 

23 6484 Bellas. Abzug 

John B. Anderson 

Frank J. Bras:;o 

Jamss A. Burke 

Omar Burleson 

John W. Byrnes 

John N. Happy Camp 

Charles J. Carney 

Charles E. Chamberlain 

John Conyers, Jr 

John Dowdy 

Marvin L. Esch (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) (supplemental) 

Paul Findley 

Donald M. Eraser 

Don Fuqua 

Margaret M. Heckler (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 

Floyd V. Hicks 

Abraham Kazen, Jr 

Speedy 0. Long 

Joseph M. McDade _. 

John L. McMillan (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 

James R. Mann 

Charles A. Mosher___ 

Lucien N. Nedzi 

Claude Pepper . .__ ._ 

Wm. J. Randall 

John J. Rhodes 

Donald W. Riegel, Jr _..__. 

Rav Roberts 

J. Kpnneth Robinson _ 

Philip E. Ruppe 

Joe Skubitz 

Robert G.Stephens, J r 

Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for the 
quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972: 

Congressman 

Oljn E. Teague . ___ 

Morris K. Udall (quarter ending Sept. 30, Wl) 

Mar. 3 6915 Bill Archer (quarter ending Dec. 31. 1971) 

Jack Brooks (quarter ending Dec. 31, 197i"» _ .._ _ ... 

Donald G. Brotzman (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 

Donald G. Brotzman (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 

Del Clawson (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 

Jorge L. Cordova (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 



$450. 00 
26.25 
345. 35 
407. 09 
450. 00 
450. 00 
285. 95 
289. 17 
359. 27 
450. 00 
450.00 
99.80 
224. 33 
381.73 
333.98 
140.49 
402. 52 
321.05 
450. 00 
450. 00 
133. 20 
450. 00 
187. 84 
308. 92 
247. 78 
282.75 
63.33 
41.46 
450. 00 
390. 52 
450.00 
272. 81 
276. 89 
352.46 
305. 57 
274. 61 
72.75 
377. 34 
222. 42 
441. 78 
95. 44 
70.70 
450. 00 

405. 13 
450. 00 
450. 00 
358. 65 
347. 44 
356. 74 
295. 08 

68.10 
384. 75 
212.34 
152. 87 
429. 44 

98.55 
325.05 

413. 14 
212.95 
311.64 
153.02 
390. 57 
434.34 



102. 84 
450. 00 
220. 79 
227. 57 
284. 32 
298. 81 
351.40 
419.74 



244 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for 
the quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972 — Continued 



1972 

Mar. 3 6915 



10 7127 

13 7129 

16 7222 

7243 



21 7292 

7294 

27 7441 



7466 
28 7473 



Congressman 

Dominic!^ V. Daniels (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) $230.53 

John W. Davls(quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 224.56 

Samuel L. Devine (quarter ending Dec, 31, 1971) 238.25 

William L. Dickinson (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 351.30 

Thomas N. Downing (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) (supplemental) 136. 01 

Thaddeus J. Dulski (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 113.27 

John J. Duncan (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 387.43 

IVlarvin L. Esch (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) (supplemental) 125. 67 

Hamilton Fish, Jr. (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 450. 00 

Louis Frey, Jr. (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 450.00 

Richard Fulton (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 346.75 

Sam Gibbons (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 291.77 

IVIargaret M. Heckler (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 450.00 

David N. Henderson (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 250.56 

Frank Horton (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 291. 46 

Carleton J. King (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 283.73 

Edward I. Koch (quarter ending Sept. 30, 19/1) 435.29 

Edward I. Koch (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 431. 15 

Earl F. Landgrebe (quarter ending Dec 31, 1971) 450.00 

Robert C. iVlcEwen (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 372. 19 

Robert C. McEwen (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 340.59 

Torbert H. Macdonald (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971). _-- 305.14 

Torbert H. iVlacdonald (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971). __ 387.37 

William E. Minshall (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) _ 321.79 

William S. Moorhead (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 239.55 

Alvin E. O'Konski (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971)_._ _ 450.00 

Alvin E. O'Konski (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 450.00 

Bertram L. Podell (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) _ 450.00 

John G.Schmitz (quarter ending Dec. 31,1971) 365.69 

John F.Seiberling (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) (supplemental) 156. C9 

Richard G. Shoup (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) _ 269.26 

Richard G. Shoup (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 196.78 

Henry P. Smith 111 (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 122.44 

Sam Steiger (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 450.00 

John Ware(quarter ending Dec. 31,1971) __ 215.50 

Richard C. White(quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 216.06 

John H. Buchanan (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) _ 282. 23 

Samuel S. Stratton (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 232.38 

Thomas Wl. Rees (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 403.85 

Elizabeth B. Andrews (executrix of the estate of George B. Andrews) (quarter ending 

Dec. 31,1971) -.. 54.21 

LesAspin (quarter ending Dec. 31,1971) 450.00 

Charles E. Bennett (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971)_._ 222.30 

Hale Boggs (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971). _._ 313.45 

Frank IVI. Clark (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 432.22 

Frank E. Denholm (quarter ending Sept 30, 1971) 40.00 

Frank E. Denholm (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 60.00 

John D. Dmgell (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 281.98 

Thaddeus J. Dulski (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 135.60 

Nick Galifianakis (quarter ending Dec. 31,1971). 391.78 

Robert N. Giaimo (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 279.40 

G. Elliott Hagan (quarter ending Sept 30, 1971)... 212.78 

G. Elliott Hagan (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 287.57 

James iVl. Hanley (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 282.30 

Ken Hechler (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 418.60 

Richard H. Ichord (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) _.._ 327.81 

Ed Jones (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971).... 421.68 

John Y. McCollister (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 335.59 

Stewart B. IVlcKinney -- --- 450.00 

John IVlelcher 60.00 

Bertram L. Podell (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971). 450.00 

Walter E. Powell ...- 450.00 

Paul G. Rogers (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 284.33 

William F. Ryan (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) - 450.00 

Gene Snyder (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 314.55 

Frank A. Stubblefield (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 158.47 

W. S. (Bill)Stuckey,Jr .--. - 450.00 

Louis C. Wyman (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 450.00 

John Young... --- 151.20 

Earle Cabell (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 299. 12 

Wi lliam R. Anderson (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 450.00 

Charles E. Bennett (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 222.30 

James C.Cleveland (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) .-. 302.00 

Benjamin S. Rosenthal (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) (supplemental) 122.63 

Burt L.Talcott (quarter ending Sept. 30,1971) - 411.87 

Otto E. Passman.. - - gt-ll 

Julia Butler Hansen - 85.81 



245 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1972 

Mar. 29 7540 
7543 
7544 
31 7659 
3 7781 
6 7915 
7916 
10 7988 



Apr 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for 
the quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972 — Continued 

Congressman 

Robert D. Price (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) $335.75 

John G. Dow 450.00 

John G.Dow (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971). 450.00 

Fred Schwengel _ 433.82 

Seymour Halpern 327.26 

Seymour Halpern (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) (supplemental)... 31. 55 

Seymour Halpern (supplemental) 45.24 

John M.Ashbrook 196.61 

Edward G. Biester, Jr - 1 420.95 

Goodloe E. Byron 450.00 

EarleCabelL 318.90 

George E. Danielson 217.80 

Mendel J.Davis __ 409.10 

Edwin D. Eshleman 285.19 

Daniel J. Flood (quarter ending Sept. 30,1971) __ 286.35 

Daniel J. Flood (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 224.63 

William D.Ford 318.72 

Estate of James G. Fulton (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 414.90 

Richard H.Fulton 415.35 

Charles H. Griffin.. - - 365.39 

Martha W. Griffiths 167.45 

GilbertGude (quarter ending Dec. 31,1971) 227.31 

G. Elliott Hagan 303.26 

John Paul Hammerschmidt (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 191.98 

F. Edward Hebert.. 326.56 

William L. Hungate__ 348.92 

Andrew Jacobs, J r 441.50 

Harold T. Johnson 279.91 

Walter B. Jones (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971)_._ 98.77 

Hastings Kaith . 450.00 

Sherman P. Lloyd 418.42 

Lloyd Meeds 312.92 

John Melcher 60.00 

Clarence E. Miller (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 418.24 

Joseph G. Minish 223.73 

Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell (quarter ending Dec. 31,1971) 272.96 

G. V. (Sonny) Montgomery. _. -_ 444.26 

Peter A. Peyser 450.00 

Alexander Pirnie 400.25 

Melvin Price 311.10 

Roman C. Pucinski 450.00 

Thomas M. Rees (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) (supplemental) 46.15 

Donald W. Riegle, Jr. (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) (supplemental) 36.86 

Robert A. Roe __._ 150.77 

B. F.Sisk. 345.53 

Neal Smith .- 217.05 

Burt L. Talcott (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 450.00 

Victor V. Veysey 450.00 

Gus Yatron 398.83 

David W. Dennis 427.55 

Bill Chappell.Jr 369.23 

Michael Harrington 450.00 

Fred B. Rooney 446.52 

Thomas G. Abernethy 11.09 

Brock Adams 382.66 

Herman Badillo 400.00 

LaMar Baker___ 442.52 

Page Belcher 239.04 

Ben B. Blackburn 426.45 

Edward P. Boland 382.65 

Richard Boiling 339.65 

John Brademas 250.55 

Jack Brinkley 444.20 

Wm. S. Broomfield 290.76 

Joel T. Broyhlll 143.31 

Charles E. Chamberlain 244.31 

Donald D. Clancy 294.35 

James C. Cleveland (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) (supplemental) .- 20.00 

Jan.es C. Cleveland (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) (supplemental).. 20.00 

James M.Collins 440,60 

W. C. (Dan) Daniel (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) (supplemental) 22. CO 

W. C.(Dan) Daniel 234.03 

Edward J. Derwinski 437.10 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn 179.28 

John N. Erlenborn - 335.27 

Marvin L. Esch (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 202.96 

Frank E. Evans 312.96 

Dante B. Fascell 367.27 



11 8005 

12 8043 
14 8117 

8221 
17 8229 



246 



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Dats 



No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for 
the quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972 — Continued 



1972 

Apr. 17 8229 



8232 
19 8250 
21 8330 

24 8331 
8332 

25 8364 
28 8610 



Congressman 

Edith Green $425.58 

William H. Harsha 205.22 

James F. Hastings _.. 384.65 

Joseph E. Karth 221.68 

Jack F. Kemp--_ 450.00 

Dan Kuykendall 450.00 

Norman F.Lent 450.00 

Soeedy 0. Long _--_ 274. 17 

K. G-Jnn IVlcKay 450.00 

James R. IVlann _. 435.01 

Roijert H. IVIJchel 369.24 

Graham Purcell 447.12 

James H. (Jimmy) Quillen 450.00 

John R. Rarick.. 450.00 

Henrys. Reuss 450.00 

RobertA. Roe_._ 172.76 

John J. Rooney 189.63 

Benjamin S. Rosenthal ___ 118. 53 

Charles W. Sandman, Jr 287.81 

Keith G.Sebelius 307.13 

George E. Shiplev 450.00 

Louis Stokes___.'- 324.52 

James W. Symington 450.00 

Roy A. Taylor 320.01 

Lionel Van Deerlin 389. 19 

Larry Winn, Jr 244.47 

Lester L. Wolff__.. 450.00 

Wendell Wyatt 450.00 

Roger H.Zion _. 338.36 

Robert L. Leggett 450.00 

Lawrence G. Williams 450.00 

EllaT. Grasso 450.00 

Clarence J. Brown 316.49 

Clarence J. Brown (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 285.10 

John A. Blatnik . 291.70 

Watkins M. Abbitt --. 450.00 

John B.Anderson 321.01 

John M. Ashbrook ("supplemental), 103.61 

Bob Bergland (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 450.00 

Bob Bergland (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971)_ 450.00 

Tom Bevill 443.02 

Frank T. Bow 450.00 

James T. Broyhili __-_ 450.00 

Silvio 0. Conte 334.19 

William R. Cotter 298.37 

Lawrence Coughlin 407.99 

John C. Culver 450.00 

William P. Curlin,Jr 337.26 

Glenn R.Davis. ._ 241.98 

Eligiodela Garza 404.49 

John H.Dent . 420.03 

Robert F. Drinan 450.00 

BobEckhardt _ 324.17 

Jack Edwards _ 378.89 

Joshua Eilberg 450.00 

Hamilton Fish, J r : 450.00 

Donald iVl. Eraser 400.87 

Louis Frey.Jr 450.00 

Edward A. Garmatz _.. 210.19 

TomS. Gottys 287.65 

Richard T. Hanna _. _ 450.00 

Orval Hansen _■ 444.35 

Wayne L.Hays 402.40 

Henry Helsfoski.... _. _ 450.00 

David N. Henderson 248.49 

Louise Day Hicks 443.74 

Phil M. Landrum 73.32 

Sherman P. Lloyd _. 31.58 

Robert McClory__._ _ 383.25 

George H. Mahon (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 178.67 

Richard W. Mallary 128.20 

Romano L. IVlazzoli _ 281.40 

Abner J. Mikva (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971). 450.00 

William 0. Mills _._. 450.00 

Thomas E. Morgan _ _._ 56.56 

F. Bradford Morse 450.00 

Charles A. Mosher 218.06 



247 



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Data No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1972 

Apr. 28 8610 



May 



8785 
8803 



8944 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for 
the quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972 — Continued 

Congressman 

Alvin E. O'Konski $450.00 

Thomas M. Pally 246.79 

Jerry L. Pettis (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 446.39 

Richard H. Poff 78.52 

Paul G. Rogers 372.82 

Benjamin S. Rosenthal (supplemental) ; 128. 16 

Harold Runnels 450.00 

Paul S. Sarbanes 450.00 

John F. Seiberling 313.91 

John M. Slack 188.40 

Harley 0. Staggers... 73.24 

James V. Stanton _._ 450.00 

Tom Steed 126.59 

William A. Steiger _ 450.00 

Charles M. Teague 415.30 

Frank Thompson, J r 114.93 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr.. _-. 231. 15 

Jim Wright 450.00 

Sidney R.Yates.. 386.33 

Samuel S. Stratton 329.37 

John E. Moss 262.27 

Thomas N. Downing.. 420.41 

Mark Andrews 419.02 

Frank Annunzio 290.66 

Bill Archer --. _. 358.18 

Thomas L. Ashley. 237.50 

Walters. Baring 333.96 

Jackson E. Belts.... 72.43 

Nick Begich 400.26 

Jonathan B. Bingham 450.00 

Hale Boggs 422.27 

J. Herbert Burke 264.80 

Omar Burleson 251.78 

Bill D. Burlison 201.15 

Hugh L. Carey 450.00 

Tim Lee Carter 338.26 

JohnConyers, Jr 183.52 

Philip M. Crane 450.00 

James J. Delaney 119.62 

Frank E. Denholm 267.71 

Charles C. DIggs, Jr. (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 450.00 

Charles C. Diggs, Jr. 450.00 

Marvin L. Esch (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) (supplemental) 220.49 

Marvin L. Esch 450.00 

Edwin D. Eshleman (supplemental) 71.60 

Frank E. Evans (supplemental) 30.40 

Joe L. Evins 450.00 

Walter E. Fauntroy 450.00 

0. C. Fisher 444.51 

John J. Flynt, Jr 417.76 

Edwin B. Forsythe 450.00 

Nick Galifianakis 450.00 

Sam Gibbons 380.20 

J oseph M . Gaydos. 414. 77 

William J.Green 450.00 

Charles S.Gubser 286.97 

James A. Haley 197.74 

Durward G.Hall 198.54 

H.John Heinz III (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 252.45 

ElwoodHillis 280.43 

Craig Hosmer 327.29 

James J. Howard 411.58 

John E.Hunt 290.96 

John Jarman 239. 25 

Robert E.Jones. 100.04 

Robert W. Kastenmeier 175.33 

William J.Keating 395.43 

Carleton J. King 335.26 

John C. Kluczynski... 249.05 

Peter N. Kyros(quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 450.00 

Earl F. Landgrebe ..1 450.00 

Paul N. McCloskey,Jr i... 450.00 

Mike McCormack 450.00 

Jack H. McDonald 450.00 

Williams. Mailliard 450.00 

Ralph H. Metcalfe 450.00 

George P. Miller 310.25 



248 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1972 

May 8 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for 
the quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972 — Continued 

Congressman 

8944 Patsy T. Mink $450.00 

Robert H. Mollohan 450.00 

Morgan F. Murphy _ . _ 37133 

David R. Obey 450.00 

Claude Pepper _ 450.00 

J.J. Pickle 344.15 

W. R. Poage 120.83 

Albert H. Quie 224 03 

Ogden R. Reid ^I 45o!o0 

John J. Rhodes 325.05 

Donald W. Riegle.Jr " 45o! 00 

J. Kenneth Robinson. 434.36 

Robert A. Roe 169.78 

Peter W. Rodinojr 270'l8 

Dan Rostenkowski 450.00 

John H. Rousselot 450.00 

Edward R. Roybal _ 339 35 

Earl B.Ruth _., 433.09 

Fernand J. St Germain. .._ 450.00 

William J.Scherle. 360.43 

James H.Scheuer... 450.00 

Herman T.Schneebeli ., _ . 324.60 

William Lloyd Scott.. _ 158.04 

Robert L. F. SIkes.. 301 58 

H.AIIenSmlth 157.89 

Floyd D.Spence _ 230.19 

William L. Springer. . _ 162.84 

Robert G.Stephens, Jr.. 364.60 

Leonor K.Sullivan __ 119.81 

John H.Terry.... 447.93 

Fletcher Thompson _., 259.82 

Charles Thone (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 321 64 

Morris K. Udall (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971).___ 445 75 

Charles A. Vanik 450.00 

Joseph P. VIgorito 450.00 

Charles E. Wiggins... 418. 19 

Louis C. Wyman _ _ 450.00 

C. W. BIN Young... 389.70 

Clement J. Zablocki 165.90 

8958 John S. Monagan . 337 13 

9117 G. William Whitehurst . 329.52 

9312 Lee H. Hamilton .. 450.00 

9373 Joseph P. Addabbo 386.49 

William R. Anderson 450.00 

William A. Barrett . 286.28 

Ray Blanton . 365.22 

William G. Bray 319.80 

James A. Burke _ 380.20 

Phillip Burton 273.60 

Shirley Chlsholm 450.00 

DelClavrfson 377.96 

James C. Cleveland . . 324.02 

Barber B. Conable.Jr 144.38 

Jorge L. Cordova 449.73 

John Dellenback 450.00 

Frank E. Denholm ' 60.00 

Samuel L. Devlne 386.16 

John D. DIngell 272.30 

John Dow/dy 99.96 

Don Edwards . 450.00 

Walter Flowers 378.55 

ThomasS. Foley 415. 13 

Peter H. B. Frellnghuysen.. 374.01 

Don Fuqua 450.00 

George A. Goodling (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971)_. 27. 86 

George A. Goodling 322.93 

Kenneth J. Gray. 450.00 

James R. Grover,Jr 370.52 

John Paul Hammerschmldt 302.58 

James M. Hanley 303. 92 

James Harvey. _ 217. 81 

H. John Heinz III (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) (supplemental) 32. 47 

H.John Heinz III . . .. 366.68 

Floyd V. Hicks .. . 380.31 

Chet Hollheld 450.00 

Frank Horton . . 450.00 

EdJones. . 450.00 



249 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for 
the quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972 — Continued 



1972 

May 25 



Congressman 

9373 Manuel Lujanjr $298.57 

John J. McFall (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 234.80 

John J. McFall . 364 45 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias 450.00 

Dawson Mathis.._ ... _ 372.64 

Spark M. Matsunaga . 450.00 

Wiley Mayne ... . 292.46 

John Melcher . 60.00 

John Wl. Murphy 450 00 

WiJiiaiTi H. Watcher 101.12 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr . 327.10 

Otis G. Pike . 217.93 

Bertram L. Podell 450.00 

Richardson Preyer (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 309.90 

Richardson Preyer 347.47 

Tom Railsback ... . 310.91 

Ray Roberts 223.45 

Teno Roncalio 136.95 

Benjamin S. Rosenthal (supplemental) 144.44 

J. Edward Roush (quarter ending Dec.'31, 1971) (supplemental) 47.48 

J. Edward Roush 435.96 

Philip E. Ruppe 288.11 

Richard G.Shoup 440.35 

Garner E.Shriver 295.30 

Gene Snyder 371.66 

J. William Stanton.. 253.46 

Robert H.Steele 450.00 

Frank A. Stubblefield 334.46 

Vernon W.Thomson _. 142.58 

Charles Thone _ 258.94 

Robert 0. Tiernan (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 450.00 

Al Ullman 248.88 

Guy Vander J agt (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 357.30 

Jerome R. Waldie 450.00 

Richard C.White 280.05 

Jamie L. Whitten 44 13 

June 6 9588 Mario Biaggi 450.00 

9593 Donald G. Brotzman 420.04 

James A. Burke (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) .._... 21.60 

John W. Byrnes .. 292.77 

Hugh L. Carey (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) . .. 392.17 

Charles J. Carney.. _ 441.07 

James C. Corman 450.00 

Dominick V. Daniels 277.79 

John W. Davis _ _ 357.35 

John J. Duncan _ _ 419.90 

L. H. Fountain 333.24 

Henry B. Gonzalez 162.70 

Augustus F. Hawkins (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) _ _. 45.30 

Augustus F. Hawkins 344.59 

Abraham Kazen, Jr _ _. 382.35 

James D.(Mike) McKevitt 414.21 

John L. McMillan 395.67 

Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for the 
quarter ending June 30, 1972: 

Congressman 

John Melcher 60.00 

Clarence E. Miller (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 450.00 

Wilmer D. (Vinegar Bend) Mizell (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 312.98 

Wright Patman (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 63.54 

Wright Patman (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 63.54 

Charles B. Rangel (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 423.01 

Howard W. Robison (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) . . 38.70 

Howard W. Robison (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) _._ _ . 124.51 

Howard W. Robison (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972).... 138. 35 

David E. Satterfield 111 (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) . 145. 15 

John G. Schmitz (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972').. 269. 03 

Guy Vander Jagt (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 382. 57 

John W. Wydler (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 400.33 

Chalmers P. Wvlie (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) . 265.20 

14 9975 Glenn M. Anderson (.quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971)__. 276.45 

John N. Happy Camp (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972)... _ 64.14 

Bob Casey (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) . 303.10 

Vi/illiam L. Dickinson (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) . 328. 14 

Gerald R. Ford (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 388. 51 

Bill Frenzel(quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) . 450.00 



•J50 

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, 1972 — Continued 

Congressman 
1972 

June 14 9S75 Robert N. Giaimo (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972)-. $279 70 

Giloert Gude (quartei ending Mar. 31, 1972) ._ 254 15 

William D. Hatliawav (quaiter ending IVisr. 31, 1972) IT 373 67 

Lawrence J. Hogan (quarter ending i^ar. 31. 1972) '.. '" I35' 74 

Richard H. Ichord (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) " 366! 73 

Walter B. Jones (quarter ending ivlar. 31. 1972) __ ." 1387' 

Peter i\. K\ros (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) -I!""I""11 401'. 74 

James A. McClure (quarter endiig Mar. 31, 19.''2) ' " " 450C0 

Joseph M. McOade (quarter ending Mar. 31. 1972) ' 39343 

Stewart B. !VIcK;niiey._ __ ___ ._ 450 00 

William E. Minshall (quarter ending Mar. 31 1972) !.!! ] 313! 05 

William S. Moorhead (quarter ending Mar. 31. 1972) 258 25 

James G. O'hara (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 450 00 

Walter t. Powell " 45o!oO 

Thomas M. Rees (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972). ."--!-r^!r 45o!oC 

Joe Skubit: (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) , . ' """ 379 53 

Henry P. Smitn III (quarter enaing Mar. 31, 1972) ! " 137!53 

Sam Steiger (quarter ending M.-r. 31. 1972). _ 45000 

iWorris K. Udall (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) . "'" 450 00 

Chalmers P. Wylie (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 247 44 

26 10291 John Young !/.!!"!"!! 16l'25 

27 10338 Otto E. Passman .__ " " 448 99 

29 1Q437 Carl Albert (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971) 133'89 

Car! Albert (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972)_ "!! 136 S6 

Les Aspin(quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) ' .'". 450 00 

Edward G. Blester, J r _ _ 407 86 

Frani< J. Brasco (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972). ',J.'!"! 315 99 

Jack Brooks (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972)_. _ T.. -"..'. ".'.".""JJ 269! 02 

Garry Brown (quarter enoing Mar. 31. 1972) 22l! SS 

Charles J. Carney (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) (suDolemental). . " """ 59! 69 

Charles J. Carney (quarter ending Dec. 31. 1971) (supplemental) ' 72.66 

Cnar.'esJ. Carney (quarter endi^ig Mar. 31, 1S72) (supplemental) 8.93 

Don ri. Clausen (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) . 450.00 

Thomas .N. Downing (.quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) (supplemental) 29.49 

Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1S71) 450. 00 

Edwin W. Edwards (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972). 355.48 

EJwin D. Eslileman _ 212 37 

Paul .-niley (quarter ending Mar. 31.1972) " 401 01 

Louis Frey,Jr_._ 450.00 

Richard Fulton 459 oo 

Louise Day Hicks (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) I.I.I.I" 138 82 

Lawrence J. Hogan (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) (supplemental) ._ 14100 

James Kee(quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 450.00 

Edward I. Koch (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) _ 45000 

Norman F. Lent _._ _._ ... 45000 

Arthur A. Link (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) "...^-JI!."!! 359! 84 

Shermcn P. Lloyd 42140 

Clarence D. Long (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972)... ..^--.'".'.".^"1"."!!!!." 4500C 

Torbert H. Macdonald (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 394' 74 

Lloyd Meeds . 379 50 

Abner J. Mikva (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) V./.V.V. 410!73 

Charles A. Mosher _ 202!81 

Peter A. Peyser . . _ 45000 

Robert A. Roe .__!.!!"1"! 350!72 

John F. Seiberling (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) (supplemenfal)-. !!!!!!!!! .1 136! 09 

W. S. (Bill)Stuckey,Jr ....... . 450.00 

John Ware (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) 258 55 

Bob Wilson (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972_ 25694 

Charles H. Wilson (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1972) " 45000 

Chalmers P. Wylie (quarter ending Sept. 30, i97n . 23144 

30 10453 Juiia Butler Hansen... 64.60 

10500 Fred Schwengel !!I^!I!!!!!!!"!_!I!!!!.!! 430! 30 

Refunds and adjustments ".1.1 1 (71.41) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations.. 278,617.94 



' Includes refund of $17.20 from Congressman Gene Snyder. 



1972 




Jan. 5 


hi 48 




5149 




5150 


12 


5245 


14 


5298 




5299 




5300 


20 


5390 



251 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

OFFICIAL MEMBERS' TRANSPORTATION EXPENSES 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional disirict, as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 43b and 43b-l, as 
amended: 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

Kenneth J. Gray 2Ist,l!l Jan. 4-7, 1971 $216.88 

W. R. Poage 11th, Tex.*.- Jan. 17, 1971_— 95.00 

James V.Stanton 20th, Ohio May 20-24, 1971 72.00 

Alton Lennon 7th, N.C.- June 30, 1971 43.86 

Robert C. McEwen 31st, N.Y Mar. 8-14, 1971 138.66 

Melvin Price 24ih, II! June 25-27, 1971.. 157.00 

Mark Andrews 1st, N. Dak May 13-17, 197! 170.00 

Do do May26-29,1971 170.00 

John R. Rarick 6th, La May 15-lS, 1971 189.00 

Ray Blanton 7th, Tenn June 18-20, 1971 152.72 

Clarence E. Miller irjth,Ohio Apr. 23-25, 1971 88.20 

Do do May 14-16, 1971 93.20 

Do do May 27-31, 1971. 93.20 

Do do June 10-13, 1971... 93.20 

GeneSnyder 4th, Kv May 17-20,1971 90.05 

Do do June 14-17, 1971. 90.00 

Do do June21-24,1971... 90.00 

John H.Terry _. 34th, N.Y May 13-17, 1971. 98.30 

Do do June 24-28, 1971 98.65 

Guy VanderJagt 9th, Mich Apr. 8-19, 1971 191.50 

Do - do ..... June 4-7, 1971 130.52 

Louis C. Wyman 1st, N.H Jan. 13-19, 1971.... 91.12 

Do do Feb. 1-5,1971 91.12 

Do __-U0 Mar. 1-3,1971 91.12 

Do do Apr. 7-19, 1971 133.74 

Do do May 10-17, 1971... 91.12 

Do do June 4-6, 1971 91.12 

27 5550 Robert C. McEwen 31st, N.Y May 28-June 2, 1971 115.32 

5861 Roberto. Tiernan 2d, R.I May 13-17, 1971. 114.50 

Feb. 1 5918 George W. Callins 6th, ill June 10-14, 1971_. 176.88 

7 6017 Clarence J. Brown 7th, Ohio* June 17, 1971... 58.32 

Alexander Pirnie 32d, N.Y May 7-10, 1971 72.00 

Do do May 13-17, 1971 68.00 

Do do June 4-7, 1971 65.00 

Roman C. Pucinski lith.lll May 13-16, 1971 132.00 

Do do* June21, 1371 65.00 

Do do* June 24, 1971 66.00 

Do do June 29-30, 1971 132.00 

14 6323 Alexander Pirnie 32d, N.Y June 25-28, 1971 68.00 

James V. Stanton 20th, Ohio Mav 7-11, 1971 80.00 

Do do June 10-16, 1971 80.00 

Do do June 14-15, 1S71 80.00 

16 6410 Lucisn N. Nadzi 14th, Mich May 21-23, 1971 95.00 

17 6412 Garner E.Shriver 4th, Kans June 11-14, 1971 216.00 

Charles W.\Vhalen,Jr 3d, Chic* Jan. 31, 1971 36.00 

Do do Feb. 10-16, 1971 87.00 

Do do Mar. 25-29, 1971 75.00 

Co do Apr. 22-25, 1971 78.00 

Do _...do May 20-23, 1971 78.00 

Do do June 18-20, 1971 78.00 

6454 John N. Hapov Camp.--.- 6th, Okla.* Jan. 24,1971 123.00 

Mar. 15 7196 Alvin E. O'Koniki 10th, Wis Jan. 10-19, 1971 280. S8 

Do do Feb 6-21,1971 280.88 

Do do i^'-lar. 8-20, 1971 280.88 

Do do Apr. 4-13, 1971 - 280.88 

Do do May 6-18, 1971 280.88 

Do ao June 1-14, 1971 280.88 

21 7291 William H. Harsha 6th, Ohio Jan. 21-23, 1971 87.60 

Do -. do Feb. «-9, 1971 87.50 

Do do Feb. U-IS, 1971 S7.e0 

Do do.. Mar. 18-21, 1971 87.60 

Do do Apr. 22-25, 1971 87.60 

Do do May 7-10, 1971 87.60 

Do do May 13-16, 1971 87.60 

Do do May 20-23, 1971 87.60 

Do do May 28-31, 1971 87.50 

Do do June 10-13, 1971 87.60 

23 7374 James V. Stanton 20th, Ohio May 23-June 1, 1971 72.00 

Apr. 12 8027 William L. Springer 22d, HI Feb. 10-17, 1971 104.00 

Do do Apr. 23-25, 1971 104.00 

Do do May 20-23, 1971 110.00 

Do do June 9-13, 1971 126.00 

Do do June 25-28, 1971 142.00 

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79-639—72 17 



252 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DSSBURSEMENTS 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 

1972 

Apr. 25 8347 Claude Pepper 11th, Fla.* Jan. 18, 197L $70.44 

Do .do Feb. 5-8, 1971 140.88 

Do do Mar. 11-15, 1971.... 157.00 

Do do* Apr. 19, 1971 70.44 

May 10 9020 Torbert H. Macdonald 7th, Mass.... May 7-10, 1971 131.44 

9021 Do do Apr. 15-19, 1971 131.44 

11 9045 Walter E. Powell 24th, Ohio* Feb. 25, 1971 43.20 

15 9116 Do do Apr. 8-18, 1971 134.66 

Do do Apr.29-May2, 1971 92.40 

Do do May 21-June 8, 1971 134.66 

Do do IVIay29-June 1, 1971 92.40 

Do do* June 4, 1971 46.20 

June 8 9802 Walter Flowers 5th Ala Jan. 30-Feb. 2, 1971 210.94 

9 9803 Do do Apr. 13-18, 1971 210.94 

9804 Do do _._. May6-10,1971 210.94 

9805 Do do June9-13,1971 210.94 

9909 James V.Stanton 20th, Ohio Apr. 29-May 4, 1971 76.00 

Refunds and adjustments 205.92 



Total paid from 1971 appropriations. 10,982.42 



Jan. 4 5096 Seymour Halpern 6th, N.Y 1972 . 750.00 

5105 Hugh L Carey 15th, M.Y 1972 750.00 

6 5157 John Melcher 2d, Mont Dec. 19, 1971-Jan. 1, 1972.. 259.20 

7 5167 Clarence J. Brown 7th, Ohio July 16-18. 1971 . 87.36 

5168 Do do July 3i-Aug. 1, 1971 99.36 

5169 Do do Oct. 15-17, 1971 87.36 

5170 Do do Nov. 20,1971 90.20 

5171 Do do Dec. 21-28, 1971 116.64 

5173 John Young 14th, Tex.* Jan. 4, 1972 141.00 

10 5187 John Melcher 2d, Mont Dec. 3-5, 1971 .. 259.20 

5215 Estateof James G.Fulton.. 27th, Pa _ 1971 . . 750.00 

11 5237 Bill Archer 7th, Tex Dec. 28-29, 1971 249.20 

John Brademas 3d,lnd Dec. 21-25, 1971 174.00 

James M. Collins 3d, Tex Dec. 10-13, 1971 176.00 

Glenn R. Davis 9th,Wi-v Dec. 22-23, 1971 . 144.00 

John Dellenback 4th, Oreg... Nov. 19-23, 1971 401.44 

Do do Dec. 14-21, 1971 401.44 

Bob EckhardL._ __.. 8th,Tex Dec 17-23, 1971 246.00 

Frank Horton 36th, N.Y Dec. 16-18, 1971 95.88 

Craig Hosmer 32d, Calif Dec. 17-23, 1971 402.00 

Harold T.Johnson 2d, Calif.* Dec. 15, 1971 200.00 

CarletonJ. King 30th, N.Y Dec. 10-13, 1971 . 117.80 

. Dan Kuykendall 9th, Tenn Dec. 2-5, 1971 . 156.00 

Do do Dec. 15-21,1971 227.88 

Alton Lennon 7th, N.C.* July 5, 1971___. 43.86 

John Y. McCollister 2d, Nebr Dec. 17-21, 1971 . 156.00 

Robert C. WicEwen 31st, N.Y Oct. 1-4, 1971. 104.84 

Do do Oct. 14-19, 1971... 114.68 

Do do Dec. 3-5, 1971 119.48 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.. 18th, Calif Dec. 18-19, 1971 425.92 

Lloyd Meeds 2d, Wash . Dec. 10-22, 1971 359.80 

W. R. Poage-_ 11th, Tex.* Dec. 17, 1971 100.00 

Melvin Price_-. 24th, III Oct. 8-12, 1971 157.00 

Do do Dec. 17-20,1971 157.00 

Richard G.Shoup 1st, Mont Dec. 17-24, 1971 .. 374.80 

J. William Stanton 11th, Ohio ... . Dec. 27-29, 1971 .. . 91.04 

W. S.(Bill)Stuckey,Jr... 8th,Ga . Dec. 15-16, 1971 . . 175.06 

Wendell Wyatt 1st, Oreg . Dec. 15-21, 1971 412.36 

12 5257 Brock Adams 7th, Wash Dec. 16-20, 1971 403.00 

Mark Andrews 1st, N. Dak.* Sept. 10,1971 ... . 174.12 

Do do* Oct. 7,1971 85.00 

Do ....do* Oct.28,1971 .. 85.00 

Do do* Dec. 5, 1971 . 110.00 

Bob Bergland 7th, Minn Dec. 3-5, 1971 . 230.00 

Tom Bevill 7th, Ala Dec. 23-31, 1971.. . 204.84 

Edward G. Blester, Jr 8th, Pa .1972 750.00 

Ben B. Blackburn 4th, Ga . . Jan. 1-4, 1972 164.02 

Jack Brooks 9th, Tex Nov. 5-7,1971 245.00 

Do do Nov. 18-20,1971 245.00 

Do,_. do Dec. 15-20,1971 244.00 

JoelT. BroyhilL... 10th, Va 1972 750.00 

J. Herbert Burke 10th, Fla Dec. 17-29, 1971 301.68 

Bill D. Burlison 10th, Mo Dec. 16, 1971-Jan. 3, 1972.. 233. 16 

Goodloe E. Byron 6th, Md . .1972 750.00 

Emanuel Celler. 10th, N.Y 1972 750.00 

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253 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



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 

1972 

Jan. 12 5257 Del Clawson _. 23d, Calif* Dec. 27, 1971 $200.12 

Lawrence Coug'niin. 13th, Pa.. 1972 750.00 

John W.Davis 7th,Ga_.._ _ Dec. 8, 1971 98.00 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn. 3d,S.C__.. _._. Dec. 7-8, 1971 125.04 

Jack Edwards 1st, Ala Dec. 25-31, 1971 252.60 

Frank E. Evans 3d, Colo Dec. 10-13, 1971 264.00 

Thomas S. Foley 5th, Wash Nov. 28-29, 1971 363.00 

William D. Ford 15th, Mich July 30-Aug. 1, 1971 90.00 

Do do Aug. 29-31, 1971 90.00 

Do do ___ Sept. 11-12, 1971 95.00 

Richard ii. Fulton 5th, Tenn Dec. 3-6, 1971 126.00 

Don Fuqua 2d. Fla Dec. 23, 1971-Jan. 4, 1972.. 193.39 

EliaT. Grasso 6th, Cor.n Dec. 10-14, 1971 70.00 

William L. Hungate 9th, Mo Dec. 17-28, 1971 230.16 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr ilth, Ind Dec. 17-26, 1971 147.50 

Robert E.Jones 8th, Ala _. Dec. 18-28, 1971 174.24 

Peter N.Kyros 1st, Maine Dec. 22, 1971-Jan. 4, 1972_. 143.64 

Norman F. Lent 5th, N.Y 1972 750.00 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt. ist, Colo Dec. 28-31,1971 264.00 

Dawson Mathis 2d,Ga Oct. 8-12, 1971 114.40 

Do do Oct. 15-21, 1971 159.84 

Do do Dec. 7-9, 1971 122.40 

Do " do Dec. 18-23, 1971 197.28 

Ralph H. Metcalfe Ist, III. Dec. 10-12, 1971 146.60 

Parren J. Mitchell.. 7th, Md 1972 750.00 

Robert H. Moliohan. 1st, W. Va 1972 750.00 

Johns. Monagan 5th, Conn Jan. 2-12, 1972. 94.62 

Morgan F. Murphy 3d, III Dec. 13-16, 1971 196.58 

Albert H.Quie 1st, Minn Dec. 25, 1971-Jan. 2, 1972.. 305.32 

Thomas M. Rees 26th. Calif Dec. 12-15, 1971 388.00 

J. Kenneth Robinson 7th, Va 1971 750.00 

Robert A. Rse Sth, N.J 1972 750.00 

William R. Roy .... 2d, Kans Nov. 22-29, 1971 298.28 

Do do Dec. 2-7,1971 298.28 

David E.Satterfiefd ill.... 3d,Va 1972 750.00 

John G. Schmitz 35th, Calif Dec. 13-18, 1971 403.60 

John F. Seiberling 14th, Ohio.... 1972 750.00 

George E. Shipley 23d, III Oct. 15-18, 1971 174.86 

Do do. . - Nov. 19-29, 1971 174.86 

Roy A. Taylor 11th, N.C Dec. 10-11, 1971 90.40 

Vernon W.Thomson 3d, Wis Dec. 17, 1971-Jan. 23, 1972. 244.14 

Jerome R.Waldie 14th, Calif Oct. 28-30, 1971 325.00 

J. Irving Whalley 12th, Pa 1971 750.00 

Richard C. White . .. 16th, Tex Dec. 17, 1971-Jan. 2, 1972.. 286.00 

G.William Whitehurst 2d,Va 1972 750.00 

William B.Widnall 7th, N.J 1972 750.00 

Lester L. Wolff... 3d, N.Y 1972 750.00 

C W. Bill Young 8th, Fla... Dec. 15-20, 1971 170.00 

Lawrence G.Wiliiams 7th, Pa 1972 750.00 

JohnMelcher 2d, Mont Jan. 13-16, 1972 289.20 

Michael Harrington 6th, Mass 1972 750.00 

BillChappell, Jr . 4th, Fla Jan. 13-17, 1972 228.00 

John E. Moss. .... 3d, Calif.' Jan. 17, 1972 211.30 

Julia Butler Hansen 3d, Wash.* Jan. 18, 1972 204.20 

John Young 14th, Tex.* Jan. 19, 1972 134.00 

Samuel S. Stratton 29th, N.Y Jan. 3-7, 1972 . 115.09 

Mike McCormack 4th, Wash Dec. 16-29, 1971 424.60 

Wayne N.Aspinall 4th, Colo Dec. 28, 1971-Jan. 9, 1972.. 315.50 

Mario Biaggi 24th, N.Y 1972 750.00 

Ray Blanton. ... 7th, Tenn July 1-12, 1971 227.88: 

Do -do .. Aug. 5-Sept.8,1971 227.88 

Do .do. Sept. 23-27, 1971 227.88: 

Do do .... Oct. 13-19,1971 227. 8& 

Do do .. Nov. 29-30, 1971 137.36^ 

Do do Dec. 16, 1971-Jan. 5,1972.. 227.88: 

Wm. S. B'roomfiefd" 18th, Mich Jan. /-12, 1972 96.00 

Silvio 0. Conte 1st, Mass... Nov. 11-15, 1971 129.90 

Do do*. . .... Nov. 25, 1971 55.05 

Do do Dec. 20-27, 1971 80.86 

Don Edwards . 9th, Calif Jan. 3-9, 1972 4C3.60 

Gerald R. Ford 5th, Mich Jan. 10, 1972 146.00 

Joseph M.Gavdos 20th, Pa Jan. 14, 1972 750. OC 

H.John Heinz III 18th, Pa.. do 750.00 

ChetHolifield 19th, Calif Dec. 16, 1971-Jan. 6, 1972.. 388. OO 

CraigHosmer 32d, Calif Jan.1-9,1972 402.00 

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14 


5262 


18 


5349 




5363 


19 


5373 




5380 




5381 


20 


5382 


21 


5430 




5469 




5471 



254 

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 

1972 

Jan. 21 5471 Hastings Keith 12th, Mass Sept. 10-13,1971.... $94.66 

Do .do Oct. 22-25, 1971 83.92 

Do do INov. 19-29, 1971 83.92 

Do -.do Dec. 10-13, 1971.. 83.92 

Jack F. Kemp... 39th, N.Y Dec. 21-22, 1971.... 89.28 

Sherman P. Lloyd ... 2d, Utah Dec. 17, 1971-Jan. 9, 1972.. 443. 34 

Clarence D. Long 2d, IVId 1972_ 750.00 

Wiley Mayne .. 6th, Iowa Dec. 16, 1971-Jan. 10, 1972. 323.16 

Romano L. Mazzoli 3d, Ky Dec.3-7,1971 160.82 

Clarence E. Miller 10th, Ohio July 1-5, 1971 93. 20 

Do do. July 22-25, 1971 93.20 

Do do. .. Aug. 11-Sept. 6, 1971 93.20 

Do do Oct. 7-11,1971 89.20 

Jerry L. Pettis 33d, Calif Dec. 15, 1971-Jan. 1, 1972.. 363. 00 

John R. Rarick 6th, La Nov. 21-24, 1971... 212.40 

Henrys. Reuss 5th, Wis Jan. 1-6, 1972 112.00 

Do do*.. Jan. 10, 1972 57.00 

Paul G. R'ogers 9th, Fla Dec. 23, 1971 178.00 

Do do Dec. 20, 1971-Jan. 2, 1972.. 158.00 

FredB. Rooney 1 5th, Pa 1972. 750.00 

Gene Snyder 4th, Ky July 12-15, 1971 90. 00 

Do do July 19-22, 1971 90.00 

Do do. July25-Aug. 7, 1971 155.06 

Do do. Sept. 13-16, 1971 90.00 

Do do Oct. 11-14, 1971 90.00 

Do .--.do Oct. 26-28, 1971 90.00 

Do do Nov. 3-4, 1971- - 90.00 

Do""" do Nov. 15-18,1971.- 90.00 

Do - --do Dec.6-9,1971 90.00 

Frank A. S'tubblefield 1st, Ky Dec. 3-6, 1971- - 208.32 

John H.Terry 34th, N.Y July 22-26, 1971 98.35 

Do do Aug. 6-Sent. 8,1971 94.56 

Do"" do Sept. 17-20, 1971 99.15 

Do" do - - Oct. 15-18, 1971 99.35 

Do" - do -. Nov. 20-28,1971 94.56 

Do"'"' do.- Dec. 17,1971-July3,1972.. 94.56 

Guy Vand"erjagt -- 9th, Mich- Oct. 4-6, 1971. 154.75 

John Ware -. 9th, Pa 1972 750.00 

Charles E. Wiggins 25th, Calif.* Nov. 4, 1971.... ..-- 155.00 

Do do* Nov.7,1971 194.00 

Jim Wright 12th, Tex Jan.6-9,1972 242.80 

Louis C. Wyman 1st, N.H- - -.- July 13-15, 1971-.. 91.12 

Do do -..- Aug. 6-Sept. 7,1971 133.74 

Do - ---do„- Sept. 7-9, 1971 91.12 

Do" do - Oct. 12-14, 1971 91.12 

Do" --do- - Nov. 1-5, 1971 91.12 

Clement]. Zablocki 4th, Wis --- -- Sept. 24-26, 1971 139.60 

Do do -- -.- Oct. 22-25, 1971 112.60 

Do do - Oct. 29-Nov. 3, 1971 -. 112.60 

Do" do- — - Dec. 27-29, 1971 112.60 

25 5559 Charles H. Wilson 31st, Calif- - Dec. 27, 1971-Jan. 17, 1972. 388.00 

28 5717 Brock Adams- 7th. Wash - Jan. 8-15, 1972 403.00 

Walters. Baring At Large, Nev - Dec. 27, 1971-Jan. 15, 1972. 535.73 

Charles E. Bennett 3d, Fla -- Jan. 2-16, 1972 188.80 

Tom Bevill 7th, Ala Jan. 6-15, 1972 107.00 

Garry Brown - 3d, Mich- Nov. 20-29, 1971 155.16 

Do do.-- Dec.2-6, 1971 183.38 

Earle Cabell 5th, Tex Dec. 20, 1971-Jan. 17, 1972. 176. 00 

Don H.Clausen 1st, Calif - Nov. 5-7,1971 470.58 

Del Clawson 23d, Calif.*.- Jan. 17, 1972 200. 12 

William M. Colmer 5th, Miss.* -... Dec. 16, 1971 72.80 

Jorge L. Cordova— (Res. Comm.) P.R.- --- Dec. 16, 1971-Jan. 15, 1972- 198.00 

William R. Cotter 1st, Conn- — - -- 1971 — --. 750.00 

Do do 1972 750.00 

Philip M. Crane 13th, III --. Jan. 10-11, 1972 104.40 

Frank E. Denholm... 1st, S. Dak. Dec. 19, 1971-Jan. 16, 1972. 274.93 

William L. Dickinson 2d, Ala Nov. 26-30, 1971.- 150.00 

Robert F. Drinan 3d, Mass - Dec. 3-7, 1971 121.90 

Bob Eckhardt - 8th, Tex --- Dec. 28, 1971-Jan. 17, 1972. 235.00 

Frank E. Evans.. 3d, Colo. Jan. 5-12, 1972 264.00 

Dante B. Fascell 12th, Fla.. Nov. 28-Dec. 15, 1971 199.64 

Hamilton Fish, Jr 28th, N.Y Dec. 2-5, 1971 80.00 

O.C.Fisher 21st, Tex. Jan. 11-20, 1972. 242.28 

ThomasS. Foley 5th, Wash Dec. 17-24, 1971 431.28 

Gerald R. Ford 5th, Mich Jan. 12-16, 1972 107.00 

Edwin B. Forsythe. 6th, N.J.... 1972 750.00 

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255 

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 

1972 

Jan. 28 5717 Don Fuqua 2d Fla Jan 5-15, 1972 $230.76 

Nick Galifianakis 4th, N.G 1972 750.00 

TomS Geth'S 5th, S.C Dec. 17, 1971-Jan. 17, 1972. 107.50 

& B Gonzalez::::::: 20th, lex pec. 18, 1971-Jan. 18, 1972. 258. 00 

Martha W. Griffiths 17th, Mich Jan. 18-20, 1972 96.00 

James M. Hanley 35th, N.Y.... Oct. 15-18 1971 93.96 

nn do Nov. 13-14, 1971 93.96 

uu ^^ Dec. 17-27,1971. 93.96 

Orval Hanien:::::::.:... 2a, Idaho Jan. 12-17 1972 358.00 

Elwood Hillis 5th, Ind Dec. 3-5 1971 161 12 

Richard H. Ichcrd 8th, Mo Jan 3-13 1972 192.80 

FHJones 8th,Tenn Sept. 17-22, 1971 213.00 

Do do . -. Sept. 30-Oct. 6, 1971 213. 00 

uu ^^ ^^ Oct. 21-27, 1971 213.00 

uu ^^ - ^ Nov. 1-20, 1971 213.00 

Joseph e: Karth::::::::::"4th, Minn Jan. 20-23 ip ISe.OO 

Robert W. Kastenmeier... 2d, Wis Jan. 4-6 1972 164.00 

John C. Kluczynski 5th, III Oct 12-14 1971 132.00 

Do do Nov. 5-8, 1971 192.88 

Do do ."-'...- Dec. 12-15, 1971 132.00 

Robert c: McEwVnV.::::::"3ist, n.y:::::.: oct. 22-26 1971 140. os 

John J. McFall 15th, Calif Jan. 7-16, 1972 388.00 

Stewart B. McKinney 4th, Conn 1972 /5U.U0 

Robert B.(Bob) Mathias.. 18th, Calif Jan. 12-16, 1972. 437.40 

Spark M. Matsunaga 1st, Hawaii Dec. 17-21 1971.. 715.13 

George P. Miller 8th, Calif Dec. 15, 1971-Jan. 16, 1972. 395. 00 

Joseph G. Minish 11th, N.J 1972 750.00 

G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery. 4th, Miss Jan. 3-18, 1972.... 236.02 

Thon^as M. Pelly 1st, Wash Dec. 10 1971-Jan. 13, 1972. 463 40 

Carl D. Perkins 7th, Ky Nov. 19-25 1971 135.48 

Do do . Jan. 3-15, 1972 135.48 

J.J. PicYie :::::::::"ioth,T"ex:.::: Dec. le, 1971-jan. le, 1972. 255.20 

OtisG. Pike: 1st, N.Y.... 1972 750.00 

W. R. Poage. 11th, Tex.* Jan. 17, 1972 100.00 

Robert Price. 18th, Tex Jan 9-17,1972 257.28 

Thomas M. Rees 26th, Calif.... Jan. 3-13, 1972... 398.00 

TenoRoncalio At large, Wyo... Dec. 15, 1971-Jan. 8, 1972.. 240.32 

John J. Rooney 14th, N.Y 1972... . 750.00 

Dan Rostenkowski 8th, III Jan. 17-20, 1972.. 196.58 

William J. Scherle 7th, Iowa Dec. 17, 1971-Jan. 17, 1972. 309.64 

Fred Schwengel 1st, Iowa Dec. 17-22, 1971 I60.88 

William Lloyd Scott 8th, Va 1972 750.00 

Richard G. Shoup 1st, Mont Jan. 2-16, 1972 340.92 

H. Allen Smith 20th, Calif.* Jan. 14, 1972 194.00 

SamSteiger 3d, Ariz Jan. 7-15, 1972 366.00 

Burt L Talcott 12th, Calif.... Dec. 22, 1971-Jan. 18, 1972. 418. 84 

Charles M. Teague 13th, Calif Jan. 3-15, 1972 388. 00 

Vernon W. Thomson 3d, Wis Jan. 3-10, 1972 267. 30 

Robert 0. Tiernan.. 2d, R.I Dec. 2-6, 1971 114.50 

Victor V. Veysey 38th, Calif Oct. 21-25, 1971 434.47 

Do do Nov. 19-28,1971 403.56 

^^ .. Dec. 3-5, 1971 351.64 

Do do*:...."' Dec. 9, 1971 203.32 

Larry Winn, Jr 3d, Kans.* Dec. 16, 1971 84.50 

Chalmers P. Wylie 15th, Ohio 1971 750.00 

Feb. 2 5946 John Young 14th, Tex Jan. 28-Feb. 1, 1972 282.00 

3 5964 John H. Rousselot 24th, Calif Jan. 23-28, 1972 404.32 

7 6011 Joseph P. Addabbo.. 7th, N.Y 1972 750.00 

John B. Anderson 16th, III Jan. 19-20, 1972 151.20 

John M. Ashbrook 17th, Ohio 1972 .-.- 750.00 

LaMar Baker.. 3d,Tenn Dec. 17, 1971-Jan. 17, 1972. 145.44 

Nick Begich At Large, Alaska Jan. 20-23, 1972 601. 50 

Page Belcher 1st, Okia Jan. 5-15, 1972 206.00 

Frank T. Bow 16th, Ohio 1972. 750.00 

JackBrinkley 3d,Ga Jan. 21-24, 1972..... 108.00 

Clarence J. Brown 7th, Ohio* Aug. 30, 1971 58.32 

Omar Burleson 17th, Tex Jan. 6-9, 1972 255.76 

Bill D. Burlison 10th, Wlo Jan. 20-25, 1972 233.16 

Charles E. Chamberlain... 6th, Mich 1972. 750.00 

George W. Collins 6th, III July 15-19, 1971.... 176.88 

Do do. Aug. 5-23, 1971 176.88 

Do do Sept. 16-20,1971 176.88 

Do" do" .... Oct. 7-11,1971 176.88 

Do"" do""" "" . .... Nov. 4-8, 1971 176.88 

Do::::::::::::::::::::.:do Dec. 3-13, 1971 176.88 

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256 

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.G. 
43b and 43b-l, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

Feb. 7 6011 - Eligio de la Garza 15th, Tex Dec. 26, 1971-Jan. 9, 1972.. $246.40 

Do.. do Jan. 13-18,1972 300.80 

Edward J. Derwinski 4th,!ll_ _ Jan. 7-14, 1971 102.00 

Do do _. Jan. 20-24, 1972... 142.85 

Robert F. Drinan..... 3d, Mass Jan. 21-24, 1972 100.00 

John IN. Erienborn 14th, III.... Jan. 21-22, 1972 132.00 

Donald M. Eraser 5th, Minn _.. Dec. 16, 1971-Jan. 2, 1972.. 301.80 

Louis Frey.Jr 5th, Fla Jan. 20-24, 1972 170.00 

Sam Gibbons 6th, Fla Jan. 21-23, 1972 183.00 

Charles H. Griffin.. ._ 3d, Miss Dec. 16-31, 1971 265.20 

Durward G. Hall 7th, Mo Jan. 20-24, 1972 294.50 

James F. Hastings 38th, N.Y Jan. 20-23, 1972 98.00 

Henry Helstoski 9th, N.J. 1972 750.00 

David N. Henderson 3d, N.C Oct. 7-12, 1971 79.80 

Do ..do. Mov. 4-7,1971... 79.80 

Do do Dec. 10-13, 1971 79.80 

John E. Hunt 1st, N.J 1972 750.00 

CarletonJ. King...- 30th, N.Y Jan. 21-24, 1972 117.80 

Manuel Luian,Jr lst,N.Mex Jan. 20-23, 1972 234.00 

Robert IVIcClory 12th, III Jan. 21-23, 1972 137. 52 

K. Gunn McKay 1st, Utah Jan. 2-19, 1972 270.80 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt- 1st, Colo Jan. 17-19, 1972 264.00 

James R. Mann 4th, S.C* Jan. 18,1972 63.47 

Dawson Mathis 2d,Ga Jan. 25-26, 1972 114.88 

Charles A. Wlosher 13th, Ohio 1972 750.00 

J J. Pickle .10th, Tex.. Jan. 23-25, 1972 255.20 

Alexander Pirnie 32d, N.Y July 12-16, 1971 69.00 

Do . . ..do... Dec. 10-12,1971 65.00 

Roman C. P'ucinski 11th, III July 18-30, 1971.... 132.00 

Do do . Sent. 19-24, 1971 132.00 

Do do Sept. 27-31,1971 132.00 

Do do Oct. 1-3,1971 132.00 

Do do Oct. 7-11,1971.... 132.00 

Do do Oct. 26-28, 1971 132.00 

Do do Nov. 1-16, 1971... 132.00 

Do - . - -. do Nov. 28-29, 1971 132.00 

Graham Purcell. 13th, Tex Jan. 21-22, 1972.... 216. 00 

Tom Railsback 19th, 111 Jan. 20-23, 1972... 152.00 

Wm. J. Randall 4th, Mo.* Jan. 17, 1972 136.51 

Paul G.Rogers 9th, Fla Jan. 22-23, 1972 178.00 

Do do .- Jan. 27-28, 1972 186.00 

Benjamins. Rosenthal.... 8th, N.Y. 1972 750.00 

Fernand J. St Germain.... 1st, R.I.. Oct. 14-19, 1971 105.60 

Do do Nov. 11-16, 1971 105.60 

John G. Schmifz 35th, Calif Jan. 21-23, 1972 403.60 

Samuels. Stratton 29th, N.Y Jan. 21-25, 1972 72.50 

Leonor K.Sullivan 3d, Mo.i Oct. 28-31; Nov. 20-27, 332.00 

1971. 

Roberto. Tiernan 2d, R.I Nov. 10-15, 1971. 114.50 

Lionel Van Desriin 37th, Calif Jan. 1-23, 1972 402.52 

Joseph P. Vigorlto. 24th, Pa July 1-7, 1971 92.04 

Do. do Aug. 12-30,1971. 92.04 

Do do Sept. 23-27, 1971 92.04 

Do do . Oct.28-31, 1971 92.04 

Do do Nov. 24-30, 1971... 92.04 

Do do Dec. 3-6,1971 92.04 

William C. Wampler. 9th, Va Jan. 20-23,1972.. 96.60 

Bob Wilson 36th, Calif Jan. 14-19,1972 348.00 

C. W. Bill Young 8th, Fla Jan. 20-22, 1972 170.00 

8 6115 Lionel Van Deerlin 37th, Calif Feb. 3-€, 1972... 320.00 

9 6123 John Melcher 2d, Mont Feb. 4-8, 1972 259.20 

11 6278 Otto E. Passman ....5th, La Jan. 30-Feb. 6, 1972 265.68 

14 6321 William R. Anderson 6th,Tenn Jan. 7-11, 1972... 190.32 

BillArcher 7th, Tex Jan. 27-30, 1972 249.20 

FrankJ. Brasco 11th, N.Y 1972 750.00 

Omar Burleson 17th, Tex Jan. 20-23, 1972. 316.44 

Patrick T. Caffery 3d, La... Jan. 27-Feb. 1, 1972. 184.00 

Bob Casey 22d,Tex Jan. 27-30, 1972 197.20 

FrankM. Clark 25th, Pa 1972 750.00 

George E. Danielson 29th, Calif Jan. 27-31, 1972 400.96 

David W. Dennis 10th, Ind Dec. 18, 1971-Jan. 23, 1972. 135.74 

John G. Dow.. 27th, N.Y 1972 750.00 

Jack Edwards.... 1st, Ala Jan. 27-30, 1972 176.00 

Hamilton Fish,Jr 28th, N.Y Jan. 28-30, 1972... 80.00 

William D. Ford 15th, Mich Jan. 27-30, 1972 95.00 

BillFrenzel... 3d, Minn Jan. 21-23, 1972 161.40 

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257 

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 

1972 

Feb. 14 '6321 Louis Frey,Jr 5th, Fla ,. Jan. 26-30, 1972 $170.00 

Edith Green 3d,0reg Dec. 17-22, 1971 388.00 

Do .do, Jan. 1-30, 1972 388.00 

Elwood Hiilis 5th, Ind Jan. 27-31, 1972 161.12 

Craig Hosmer 32d, Calif Jan. 26-28, 1972 397. 00 

Richard H. (chord 8th,IVlo Jan. 29, 1972 192.80 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr 11th, Ind Jan. 27-31, 1972 90.00 

Robert E. Jones 8th, Ala_. Jan. 5-17, 1972 174. 24 

Joseph E. Karth. 4th, iVlinn Jan. 28-30, 1972 186.00 

Do _- . -do Feb.2-3,1972 186.00 

Abraham Kazen,Jr 23d, Tex Jan. 27-Feb. 1, 1972 284.72 

William J. Keating 1st, Ohio __ Jan 27-31,1972. 81.52 

Phil M. Landrum 9th, Ga Jan. 27-30, 1972 126. 00 

Arthur A. Link 2d, N. Dak Aug. 5-Sept. 8, 1971 481. 76 

Do do Dec. 18, i971-Jan. 14,1972. 481.76 

Speedy 0. Long 8th, La.* Jan. 31, 1972 105.80 

Do do Feb. 3-6,1972 211.60 

William S. IVIailliard 6th, Calif.*. Dec.20,1971 155.00 

Do do* Jan. 15,1972... 155.00 

Do do*..-. Jan. 26, 1972 194.00 

Do do* Jan. 31, 1972 194.00 

William 0. Mills 1st, Md... 1972 750.00 

John M. Murphy 16th, N.Y... 1972 750.00 

John J. Rhodes 1st, Ariz Jan. 8-30, 1972 340.00 

Howard W. Robison 33d, N.Y.. 1972 750.00 

William R.Roy 2d, Kans Jan. 27-31, 1972 298.28 

Garner E.Shriver 1st, Kans Jan. 12-19, 1972 216.00 

Do .do Jan. 28-30, 1972 190.00 

B. F. Sisk.. 16th, Calif Dec. 15, 1971-Jan. 28, 1972. 420.00 

Tom Steed 4th, Okia Nov. 13-17, 1971 240.74 

Do.. . ..do Dec. 9-12, 1971 240.74 

SamSteiger. 3d, Ariz.. Oct. 22-24, 1971... 334.00 

Louis Stokes 21st, Ohio Jan. 27-29, 1972 81.92 

Morris K. Udall... _. 2d, Ariz.. Jan. 27-31, 1972 333.00 

Al Ullman 2d, Oreg Jan. 27-30, 1972 407.92 

Charles A. Vanik 22d, Ohio Jan. 28-30, 1972 80.00 

Jerome R. Waldie 14th, Calif Nov. 18-21, 1971 325.00 

Richard C. White, _._ 16th, Tex Jan. 27-30, 1972 298.00 

Jamie L Whitten 2d, Miss _._. Jan. 31-Feb. 1, 1972. 182.00 

Jim Wright 12th, Tex Jan. 21-22, 1972 242.80 

Sidney R. Yates 9th, III... Jan. 19-24, 1972 132.00 

6322 John Young 14th, Tex Feb. 10-12, 1972.. 282.00 

15 6329 Julia Butler Hansen 3d, Wash.* Feb. 2, 1972 204.20 

16 6343 JohnMelcher 2d, Mont, Feb. 10-13, 1972 259.20 

6345 Julia Butler Hansen 3d, Wash.* Feb. 14, 1972 204.20 

6411 Jamie L. Whitten 2d, Miss Feb. 4-5, 1972,.. 160.60 

17 6416 Johns. Monagan 5th, Conn Feb. 4-7, 1972 94.86 

6454 George Andrews 3d, Ala.*, Dec. 1,1971 103.02 

Frank Annunzio 7th, III Dec. 16, 1971-Feb. 1, 1972.. 144.75 

Wayne N. Aspinall 4th, Colo Feb. 3-8, 1972 314.00 

JamesA. Burke 11th, Mass Dec. 3-5,1971,,. 126.56 

Do do Jan. 28-31, 1972 126.56 

Do do, Feb. 4-6, 1972.. 126.56 

John N. Happy Camp 6th, Okla.* Dec. 17, 1971 174. 12 

James M.Collins 3d, Tex Jan. 27-30, 1972 176.00 

Do . ..,do„. Feb. 3-5, 1972 176.00 

JohnConyers,Jr 1st, Mich.. Jan. 28-31, 1972 ■ 141.38 

John Dellenback 4th, Oreg,. Jan. 27-31, 1972 407.00 

Charles C. Diggs, Jr 13th, Mich.* Jan. 4, 1972 48.00 

Do ,do Jan. 27-Feb. 1, 1972 96.00 

Do do , Feb. 4-6, 1972 96.00 

John Dowdy 2d, Tex Feb. 4-6, 1972 260.20 

Edwin D.Eshleman 16th, Pa,.. 1972 750.00 

Donald M. Fraser 5th, Minn ,, Feb. 5, 1972 149.60 

LouisFrey.Jr,.. ,, 5th, Fla ,, Feb. 3-6, 1972 170.00 

TomS.Gettys 5th, S.C ,, Feb. 3-6, 1972 107.50 

George A. Goodling 19th, Pa 1972 750.00 

Ella T. Grasso 6th, Conn Jan. 26-31, 1972 70.00 

Kenneth J. Gray,,. ,, 21st, 111,,. Feb. 5-8, 1972 216.88 

Martha W.Griffiths ,, 17th, Mich Feb. 3-7, 1972 96.00 

James F. Hastings 38th, N.Y Feb. 4-7, 1972 98.00 

JamesJ. Howard 3d, N.J 1972 , , 750.00 

JackF. Kemp 39th, N.Y Jan. 28-31, 1972 89.28 

John Kyi..,, 4th, Iowa Dec. 15, 1971-Jan. 15, 1972. 268.66 

Do do .,, Jan. 21-22, 1972 197.00 

Peter N. Kyros 1st, Maine. Jan. 12-16, 1972.... 143.64 

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258 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DiS6URSE!i^ENTS 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 

1972 

Feb. 17 6454 Joseph IVI. IMcDade 10th, Pa 1972 $750.00 

Jack H. McDonald 19th, Mich Dec. 3-6,1971 _ 150.05 

Lloyd Meeds 2d, Wash Feb. 4-13, 1972 280.80 

Do do Feb. 7-9, 1972 389.20 

Ralph H. Metcalfe 1st, III Jan. 19-24, 1972 146.60 

Do do Feb. 3-6, 1972 146.60 

Wilmer D. (Vinegar Bend) 5th, N.C 1972 750.00 

Mizell. 

Lucien N. Nedzi 14lh, Mich Sept. 25-26, 1971 96.00 

Do do .- Dec. 2-4,1971 96.00 

Do do Jan. 10-16,1972 96.00 

Do do. Jan. 22-23,1972.— 96.00 

Richardson Preyer 6th, N.C 1971. .__ 750.00 

David Pryor 4th, Ark_... Jan. 10-16, 1972 178.00 

Ogden R. Reid 26th, N.Y. 1972 750.00 

Fernand J. St Germain.... 1st, R.I Dec. 2-7, 1971 105.60 

Gamer E.Shriver 4th, Kans.* Dec. 4, 1971 74.00 

John M. Slack 3d,W.Va ._ 1972 750.00 

OlinE. league 6th,Tex.i Jan. 9 and 17, 1972 241.00 

Morris K. Udall 2d, Ariz Feb. 3-6, 1972 332.00 

Charles A. Vanik 22d, Ohio Feb. 5-6, 1972 80.00 

Charles W. Vifhalen, Jr.... 3d, Ohio July 1-5, 1971 78.00 

Do do Sept. 2-7, 1971 90.00 

Do .do. Oct. 28-31, 1971 90.00 

Do do.._ Nov. 5-7, 1971 78.00 

Charles E. Wiggins 25th, Calif Dec. 15-19, 1971 . 349.00 

Wendell Wyatt 1st, Oreg Feb. 2-7, 1972 412.36 

22 6483 Andrew Jacobs, Jr 11th, Ind... Feb. 19-20, 1972 90.00 

23 6485 Otto E. Passman 5th, La Feb. 10-16, 1972 265.68 

24 6543 James C.Corman 22d, Calif Feb. 17-20, 1972 408.00 

25 6596 Donald M. Eraser 5th, Minn Feb. 10-12, 1972 149.60 

28 6614 John Young 14th, Tex Feb. 24-27, 1972 282.00 

6623 JoeSkubitz 5th, Kans Feb. 18-22, 1972 205.92 

6624 Charles H.Wilson 31st, Calif Feb. 10-22, 1972 388.00 

29 6650 Brock Adams 7th, Wash Feb. 10-15, 1972 403.00 

Bill Alexander 1st, Ark. Jan. 23-25, 1972 165.60 

Glenn M. Anderson 17th, Calif Dec. 16, 1971-Jan. 17, 1972. 398.56 

Frank Annunzio 7th, HI Feb. 9-15, 1972 144.75 

Tom Bevill 7th, Ala Feb. 10-15, 1972 118.00 

Jonathan B. Bingham 23d, N.Y ..1972 750.00 

Jack Brinkley.... 3d,Ga Feb. 11-13, 1972. 108.00 

Wm.S. Broomfield 18th, Mich Feb. 9-11, 1972 96.00 

J. Herbert Burke 10th, Fla... Feb. 10-15, 1972 301.68 

Bill D. Burlison 10th, Mo Feb. 10-16,1972 233.16 

JohnW.Byrnes 8th, Wis.. Feb. 11-13, 1972 182.00 

Bob Casey 22d, Tex. ...do 197.20 

DelClawson 23d, Calif Feb. 8-15, 1972 400.24 

William (Bill) Clay 1st, Mo Nov.5-9,1971 212.80 

Do do_.. Nov. 19-29, 1971... 212.80 

Do do.. Dec. 9-14, 1971 212.80 

Philip M.Crane... 13th, 111 Feb, 14,1972.. 134.40 

Glenn R.Davis__ 9th, Wis^ Feb. 5-13, 1972 151.20 

Robert F.Drinan 3d, Mass Feb. 4-6, 1972 lll.OO 

PaulFindiey 20th, 111 Nov. 4-8,1971... 128.00 

Hamilton Fish, Jr 28th, N.Y Feb. 10-12, 1972 80.00 

Gerald R.Ford 5th, Mich -do 117.60 

James R.Grover, Jr. 2d, N.Y 1972 750.00 

Richard T.Hanna.. 34th, Calif Feb. 10-15, 1972 388.00 

Orval Hansen 2d, Idaho Feb. 3-5,1972.. 347.00 

Do ....do... Feb. 10-16, 1972 36L.45 

Augustus F. Hawkins 21st, Calif Feb. 4-14, 1972. 554.52 

Floyd V. Hicks 6th, Wash. Feb. 9-15, 1972... 312.50 

CraigHosmer 32d, Calif. Feb. 10-15, 1972 358.00 

Richard H. Ichord 8th, Mo. .. Feb. 10-12, 1972 192.80 

Joseph E. Karth.... 4th, Minn Feb. 13-15, 1972 186.00 

Sherman P. Lloyd. 2d, Utah Feb. 10-16, 1972 325.00 

Williams. Mailliard 6th, Calif.* Feb. 10, 1972 194.00 

Do ...do* Feb. 16, 1972 194.00 

James R.Mann 4th, S.C Feb. 8-16, 1972.... 127.06 

Wiley Mayne 6th, Iowa.... Feb. 10-16, 1972 181.40 

Romano L. Mazzoli 3d, Ky Feb. 3-7, 1972... 112.00 

Morgan F. Murphy 3d, III.. Jan. 24-28, 1972 196. 58 

Thomas M. Pelly 1st, Wash Feb. 6-16, 1972.... 463.40 

Jerry L. Pettis 33d, Calif Feb. 9-15, 1972 388.00 

Alexander Pirnie 32d, N.Y Feb. 4-15, 1972 101.50 

Ray Roberts 4th, Tex Feb. 9-14, 1972 234.40 

*One v«y. 

^ Two 1-way trips. 



259 

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 

1972 

Feb. 29 6650 Dan Rostenkowski 8th, III Feb. 10-15, 1972 $196.58 

Teno Roncalio At Large, Wyo -.do 240.32 

Harold Runnels.. 2d, N. Mex.... Dec. 16, 1971-Jan. 16, 1972. 458. 52 

Do do Feb. 4-6, 1972 307.60 

William F. Ryan 20th, N.Y 1971 750.00 

Robert L.F.Sikes 1st, Fla. Jan. 21-23, 1972- 130.80 

JoeSkubitz 5th, Kans July 31-Aug. 2, 1971 205.80 

Do do Aug. 30-Sept.4,1971 197.40 

Do do Sept. 10-13, 1971 202.76 

Do do.... Oct. 15-17, 1971 235.20 

Do do. Oct. 22-25, 1971 225.75 

Do do Nov. 14-16, 1971 208.20 

SamSteiger... 3d, Ariz Feb. 11-15, 1972 334.00 

William A. Steiger... 6th, Wis.. Dec. 19, 1971-Jan. 17, 1972. 142. 00 

Do ...._do Jan. 22-23, 1972 138.00 

James W. Symington 2d, Mo Jan. 28-30, 1972 158.00 

JoeD. Waggonner,Jr 4th, La Feb. 10-14, 1972 241.60 

William C.Wampler 9th, Va Feb. 9-15, 1972 96.60 

Richard C.White 16lh,Tex Feb. 10-14, 1972 279.00 

Bob Wilson 36th, Calif Feb. 9-14, 1972 398.00 

Mar. 1 6761 Robert H. Steele 2d, Conn Jan. 19-25, 1972 93.00 

6762 Do do Feb. 2-27, 1972 90.00 

2 6812 Ronald V. Dellums 7th, Calif.... Feb. 11-14, 1972 408.00 

3 6941 William L. Dickinson 2d, Ala Jan. 11-16, 1972. 165.00 

6942 Do do* Jan. 25, 1972 75.00 

6943 Do ...do* Jan. 28, 1972 90.00 

6944 Do do* Feb. 4, 1972 71.00 

6945 Do do. Feb. 8-16, 1972 132.00 

6 6950 Glenn M. Anderson 17th, Calif.. ._ Jan. 20-24, 1972 398.56 

LesAspin 1st, Wis Feb. 19-22, 1972 149.28 

Laf/lar Baker 3d,Tenn Feb. 9-16, 1972 145.44 

Charles E. Bennett 3d, Fla Feb. 10-15, 1972 124.00 

Garry Brown 3d, Mich Jan. 4-6, 1972... 133.60 

Do do Feb. 3-9, 1972 132.80 

Phillip Burton 5th, Calif. Feb. 17-20, 1972.. 399.52 

Patrick!. Caffery.... .. 3d, La . Feb. 9-22, 1972 168.00 

BillCiiappell.Jr 4th, Fla Feb. 10-15, 1972... 222.00 

DelClawson 23d, Calif Feb. 18-23, 1972 400.24 

John Conyers,Jr 1st, Mich Feb. 18-24, 1972 141.38 

Jorge L. Cordova. (Res. Comm.) P.R Feb. 10-15, 1972. 198. 00 

Ellgio de la Garza 15th, Tex... do 290.00 

Charles C.DIggs.Jr 13th, Mich.* Feb. 17, 1972 48.00 

Edwin W. Edwards 7th, La Feb. 22-24, 1972... 324.48 

Jack Edwards . 1st, Ala . Feb. 9-15, 1972 176.00 

Dante B. Fascell 12th, Fla Jan. 21-23, 1972 240.09 

O.C. Fisher 21st, Tex.* Feb. 17, 1972 126.64 

Thomas S. Foley 5th, Wash Feb. 11-14, 1972 362.00 

Do do Feb. 20-22,1972 424.00 

Richard H. Fulton 5th, Tenn Feb. 3-7, 1972 126.00 

Do do. - . Feb. 9-16, 1972 128.00 

Edith Green 3d, Oreg Feb. 9-22, 1972 388.00 

Charles H. Griffin 3d, Miss ... Feb. 7-16, 1972 178.00 

H. R. Gross 3d, Iowa Feb. 19-23, 1972 137.00 

Charles S.Gubser 10th, Calif Feb. 11-17, 1972 430.44 

ChetHollfield 19th, Calif Feb. 11-21, 1972 388.00 

Frank Horton 36th, N.Y Jan. 9-12, 1972 95.88 

Do do Feb. 10-16, 1972 95.88 

Abraham Kazen, Jr 23d, Tex Feb. 9-21, 1972 284.72 

Peter N. Kyros 1st, Maine Feb. 10-13, 1972... 143.64 

Phil M. Landrum 9th, Ga .__. Feb. 10-26, 1972 126.00 

Sherman P. Lloyd. ._ 2d, Utah Feb. 18-21, 1972 443.34 

Manuel Lujan.Jr 1st, N. Mex Feb. 3-6, 1972.. 234.00 

Mike McCormack 4th, Wish Feb. 10-17, 1972 452.00 

Robert C. aicEwen 31st, N.Y July 22-26, 1971 103.04 

K.Gunn McKay. _.. 1st, Utah Feb. 10-15, 1972 270.80 

John L. McMillan. 6th, S.C 1972 750.00 

Torbert H. Macdonald 7th, Mass.. Feb. 9-16, 1972 131.44 

Dave Martin 3d, Nebr Feb. 21-22, 1972 248.60 

Dawson Mathis 2d,Ga. Feb. 4-€, 1972. 122.40 

Patsy T. Mink 2d, Hawaii... Feb. 11-16,1972 702.46 

William E.Minshall 23d, Ohio Dec. 10-13,1971 91.32 

G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery. 4th, Miss. Feb. 18-19, 1972 178.00 

James G. O'Hara 12th, Mich Jan. 20-23,1972 106.80 

Do do Jan. 27-28, 1972 106.80 

David Pryor 4th, Ark Jan. 19-24, 1972 178.00 

James H. (Jimmy) Quillen. 1st, Tenn 1972 750.00 

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260 

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 

1972 

Mar. 6 6950 Tom Railsback 19th, IIL Feb. 17-22, 1972 $152.00 

Thomas M. Rees 26th, Calif Feb. 10-12, 1972 388.00 

Do do Feb. 18-20, 1972 388.00 

Harold Runnels.. 2d,N.Mex.. Feb. 10-15, 1972 .. . 308.00 

Philip E. Ruppe 11th, Mich. Feb. 3-12, 1972 194.02 

William J. Scherle 7th, Iowa Feb. 9-21, 1972 309.64 

Keith G.Sebelius 1st, Kans Jan. 27-31, 1972 354.24 

Do do. Feb. 11-16, 1972 354.24 

Richard G.Shoup 1st, IVlont Feb. 10-16,1972 378.88 

Henry P. Smith III 40th, N.Y 1972 750.00 

Frank A. Stubblefield 1st, Ky Feb. 11-21, 1972 208.32 

Vernon Vi/. Thomson 3d, Wis Feb. 10-16, 1972 276.09 

Charles W.Whalen.Jr 3d, Ohio Sept. 23-26, 1971. 78.00 

Do do* Oct.7,1971 39.00 

Do do Nov. 11-15, 1971 78.00 

Larry Winn, Jr 3d, Kans Jan. 27-30, 1972 148. Oq 

C.W.Bill Young 8th, Fla Feb. 10-14, 1972 170.00 

9 7063 John E. Moss 3d, Calif IVlar. 2-6, 1972 422.60 

10 7128 John H. Rousselot 24th, Calif Feb. 27-Mar. 2, 1972 404.32 

13 7154 John Young 14th, Tex.* Mar. 12, 1972 141.00 

14 7188 James C. Corman 22d, Calif IVlar. 9-12, 1972... 369.00 

15 7191 John Melcher 2d, Mont . Mar. 10-13, 1972 259.20 

7195 Glenn M. Anderson 17th, Calif . Feb. 10-15, 1972 398.56 

William R. Anderson 6th, Tenn Feb. 9-14, 1972 190.32 

Frank Annunzio 7th, III Feb. 24-27, 1972 144.75 

Nick Begich. At Large, Alaska Feb. 9-15, 1972 662.71 

Do do Feb. 18-20, 1972 611.70 

Page Belcher 1st, Okla.* Feb. 21, 1972 103.00 

Alphonzo Bell 28th, Calif Feb. 24-27, 1972 388.00 

Tom Bevill ....7th, Ala Mar. 3-5, 1972 204.84 

Richard Boiling 5th, Mo Feb. 26-28, 1972 198.40 

John Brademas 3d,lnd do. 166.00 

Jack Brinkley 3d,Ga Feb. 25-26, 1972 108.00 

Wm. S. Broomfleld 18th, Mich Mar.2-5,1972 96.00 

Omar Burleson 17th, Tex Feb. 10-22, 1972 284.40 

Patrick T. Caffery 3d, La Feb. 25-29, 1972 184.00 

Harold R. Collier 10th, III Feb. 8-22, 1972 -. 196.02 

Glenn R. Davis 9th, Wis.. Feb. 27, 1972 144.00 

JohnH.Dent 21st, Pa 1972 -. 750.00 

JohnJ. Duncan 2d, Tenn... Dec. 17, 1971-Jan. 17, 1972. 126.24 

O.C.Fisher 21st, Tex July 16-17, 1971 203.28 

Do dc.._. Jan. 20-23,1972 126.24 

Thomas S. Foley 5th, Wash Feb. 27-Mar. 1, 1972 438.00 

William D. Ford 15th, Mich Jan. 13-16,1972 95.00 

Bill Frenzel 3d, Minn Feb. 10-11, 1972 149.60 

Louis Frey,Jr 5th, Fla_ Feb. 15-17, 1972 170.00 

TomS. Gettys 5th, S.C. Feb. 18-26, 1972 107.50 

Do do._ _. Feb. 22-24,1972 96.00 

Henry B. Gonzalez 20th, Tex Feb. 24-27, 1972 258.00 

Ella T. Grasso... 6th, Conn Feb. 3-7, 1972 70.00 

William J. Green 5th, Pa 1972 . . 750.00 

Durward G.Hall 7th, Mo Feb. 25-28, 1972" 294.50 

Do do Mar. 2-6,1972 294.50 

Lee H. Hamilton 9th, lnd._ Dec. 30, 1971-Jan. 8, 1972.. 112.00 

Augustus F. Hawkins 21st, Calif . Feb. 24-27, 1972 . . 398.00 

CraigHosmer 32d, Calif Feb. 26-28, 1972 358.00 

Harold I.Johnson 2d, Calif.. Mar. 3-5,1972 316.00 

William J. Keating 1st, Ohio Feb. 9-16, 1972 . 81.52 

James Kee 4th, W. Va 1971-72 . 1,500.00 

Hastings Keith 12th, Mass Jan. 28-31, 1972 83.92 

Carleton J. King 30th, N.Y Feb. 25-27, 1972 117.80 

Speedy 0. Long 8th, La.* Feb. 28, 1972 105.80 

JamesA. McClure 1st, Idaho Feb. 24-27, 1972 344.00 

JohnJ. McFall 15th, Calif.... do ... 388.00 

Romano L. Mazzoli 3d, Ky Feb. 24-28, 19~72 112.00 

Morgan F. Murphy 3d, III Feb. 21-24, 1972 196.58 

J.J. Pickle 10th, Tex Feb. 24-27, 1972. 255.20 

Philip E. Ruppe 11th, Mich do .. 230.32 

John G. Schmitz 35th, Calif Feb. 25-27, 19"72 403.60 

B. F. Sisk 16th, Calif.. Feb. 24-26, 1972 420.00 

JoeD. Waggonner,Jr 4th, La. Feb. 25-27, 1972 232.60 

Jerome R.Waldie... 14th, Calif Jan. 9-19, 1972.. 285.00 

Do ..do Jan. 22-30, 1972 325.00- 

Do do Feb. 10-12,1972 325.00 

Do do.... Feb. 17-20,1972 325.00 

Bob Wilson... 36th, Calif.. Feb. 24-27, 1972 398.00^ 

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2G1 

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 

1972 

Mar. 15 7195 Larry Winn, Jr.. 3d, Kans Feb. 10-16, 1972 5148.00 

JimWright ..;._.. 12th, Tex Feb. 18-20, 1972 242.80 

WendellWyatt Ist.Oreg Feb. 24-27, 1872 412.36 

16 7244 Ronald V. Dellums 7th, Calif Mar. 9-12, 1972... 408.00 

17 7245 Lionel Van Deeriin.. 37th, Calif.. Mar. 10-15, 1972 320.00 

21 7290 Otto E. Passman 5th, La Mar. 17-20, 1972 265.68 

7293 John B.Anderson 16th, III Mar. 3-5, 1972__ 121.20 

Bill Archer 7th, Tex..... Feb. 13-15, 1972... _ 249.20 

Walters. Baring At Large, Nev.._. Feb. 12-Mar 5, 1972 474.40 

Charles E. Bennett 3d, Fla Mar. 2-5, 1972 123.00 

HaleBoggs ...- 2d, La Mar. 6-7, 1972.. 201.00 

Richard Boiling 5th, Mo Mar. 4-7,1972 196.60 

Donald G. Brotzman 2d, Colo.. July 1-5, 1971 271.20 

Do .- do... Aug.5-8,1971 271.20 

Charles J. Carney i9th, Ohio 1972 .- 750.00 

DelClawson 23d, Calif Mar.3-5,1972 400.24 

Eligio de la Garza __. 15th, Tex Mar. 2-6, 1972 285.60 

William L. Dickinson 2d, Ala Mar. 3-4, 1972 163.00 

Robert F. Drinan 3d, Mass Mar. 3-6, 1972 112.00 

Don Edwards 9th, Calif Feb. 17-22, 1972 403.60 

Jack Edwards 1st, Ala Mar. 9-12, 1972 176.00 

Richard H.Fulton 5th, Tenn Mar. 2-6, 1972 126.00 

Martha W. Griffiths 17th, Mich Mar. 9-13, 1972 96.00 

G. Elliott Hagan 1st, Ga Aug. 6-Sept. 7, 1971 153.46 

Do do Oct. 18-21, 1971- ..- 153.46 

Do "'"do Nov. 5-8, 1871 153.46 

Do .. '' do Dec. 2-7, 1971 153.45 

Do '""do Jan. 21-24, 1972 153.45 

Do ' ' do Feb. 4-7, 1972 153.46 

Richard f.Hanna 34th, Calif Mar. 3-8, 1872 388.00 

William H.Harsha 6th, Ohio July 23-26, 1871 87.60 

Do do Aug. 15-22, 1971 87.60 

Do do Sept. 9-13, 1871 87.60 

Do '' do Sept. 23-27, 1971 87.60 

Do - ' do Oct. 1-3, 1971 87.60 

Do -do Oct. 15-17, 1971 87.60 

Do " do Oct. 22-25, 1971 87.60 

Do'" do Oct. 29-31,1971 87.60 

James F". Hastings 38th, N.Y Mar. 2-5, 1972 98.00 

Richard H. Ichord 8th, Mo Mar. 3-4, 1872 192.80 

Abraham Kazen,Jr 23d, Tex Mar. 2-5, 1972 248.00 

Jack F.Kemp 39th, N.Y Feb. 25-28, 1972 89.28 

Delbert L. Latta 5th, Ohio Oct. 11-21, 1971 128. 50 

Do do Oct. 28-Dec. 2, 1971 128.50 

Speedy o". Long 8t'h, La.* Feb. 10, 1972 105.80 

Do .. do.* Mar.2,1972. 110.60 

John Y. McCollister 2d, Nebr Jan. 8-18, 1972 321.52 

Do . -do.* Feb. 16,1972 78.00 

Do" -do.* Feb. 18, 1972 78.00 

James R". Mann... _. 4th, S.C Mar.2-7,1972 127.06 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.. 18th, Calif Mar.2-7,1972 388.00 

Lloyd Meeds 2d, Wash Mar. 3-8, 1972 388.80 

Johns. Monagan 5th, Conn Mar.6-7,1872 94.85 

Lucien N. Nedzi 14th, Mich Feb. 13-14, 1872 86.00 

Alvin E. O'Konski 10th, Wis July 15-27, 1971 280.88 

Do do Aug. 19-29, 1971 280.88 

Do do- Sept. 8-23, 1971...- ,. 280.88 

Do - do Oct. 3-21, 1971 280.88 

Do do-.. Nov. 9-19, 1971 280.88 

Do " " do. - Dec. 8-20, 1971 280.88 

Tom Rails"bac"k- 19t"h", 111 Mar. 3-6,1972 152.00 

PaulG. Rogers 9th, Fla Feb. 4-6, 1872 182.00 

J. Edward Roush 4th, Ind Jan. 27-30, 1972 96.00 

Do . do. -.- Feb. 9-15, 1972 96.00 

Edward R. Roybal 30th, Calif. Feb. 10-15, 1972 388.00 

William J. Scherle 7th, Iowa Mar. 3-6, 1872. 211.60 

Neal Smith 5th, Iowa.... Jan. 27-30, 1872 272 64 

Do do. - Feb. 24-28, 1872 187.52 

Louis Stokes 2ist, Ohio Feb. 5-6, 1872 81.92 

BurtL. Talcott-. 12th, Calif Feb. 11-23, 1872... 410.82 

Vernon W. Thomson-.- 3d, Wis Mar. 10-12, 1872.... 148.80 

Charles A. Vanik 22d,Ohio ...- ..do 80.00 

William C.Wampler 9th, Va Mar. 2-6, 1872 96.60 

Charles E. Wiggins 25th, Calif Dec. 25, 1971-Jan. 2, 1972.. 388. 00 

Do . do -- Jan. 6-9, 1972.- 388.00 

C. W. BillY"oung.. .- 8t"h", Fla Mar.2-6,1972 170.00 

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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 

1972 

Mar.' 2r 7295 EarleCabeil .5th, Tex.*. Mcr. 7, 1972... . . $113.00 

!f ' * 7296 Do.. do Feb. 15-Mar. 2,1972 226.00 

22 ' 7304 Samuel S. Stratton 29th, N.Y Mar. 17-19, 1972 . 72.00 

23! 7368 George P. Miller 8th, Calif Mar. 7-13, 1972 421.00 

27 7464 John B. Anderson 16th. III... Mar. 11-13, 1972. 121.20 

Frank Annunzio 7th, 111 Mar. 9-13, 1972. 144.75 

John Brademas 3d, Ind Mar. 9-12, 1972 174.00 

J. Herbert Burke. _. 10th, Fla. Mar. 3-12, 1972 186.00 

Elford A. Cederberg. 10th, Mich Mar. 16-19, 1972 117.96 

BobEckhardt 8th, Tex Mar. 10-13, 1972 246.00 

Edwin W. Edwards 7th, La Feb. 3-9, 1972 .. 324.48 

Hamilton Fish, Jr 28th, N.Y Mar. 9-12, 1972 80.00 

O.C.Fisher 21st, Tex. Mar. 9-15, 1972 295.28 

JohnJ. Flynt.Jr. _. 6th, Ga Dec. 9-14, 1971.. 165.34 

Do do Jan. 21-25, 1972 165.34 

Do... do ___ Feb. 9-15, 1972 165.34 

BillFrenze! 3d, Minn __ Mar. 9-13, 1972 149.60 

Kenneth J. Gray 21st, III Mar. 3-6, 1972 216.88 

EdithGreen... 3d, Greg.. Mar. 12-15, 1972 388.00 

G. Elliott Hagan 1st, Ga Mar. 16-20, 1972... 153.46 

James A. Haley 7th, Fla. _. Mar. 9-13, 1972 186. 15 

Lee H. Hamilton 9th, Ind Mar. 9-11, 1972 112.00 

Orval Hansen 2d, Idaho Mar. 10, 1972 163.60 

Dn __..do Mar. 16-19, 1972 350.00 

Augustus F. Hawkins 21st, Calif Mar. 9-13, 1972.. _ 398.00 

Elwood Hillls 5th, Ind _._ Feb. 9-16, 1972 153.12 

Joseph E. Kailh 4th, Minn Mar. 10-13, 1972 186.00 

John Kyi 4th, Iowa Feb. 10-15, 1972 _.. 208.40 

Sherman P. Lloyd 2d, Utah Mar. 3-5, 1972. 325.00 

Robert McClory 12th, 111 Feb. 18-20, 1972 107.52 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr 11th, Calif Mar. 9-13, 1972 388.00 

George H. Mahon 19th, Tex Jan. 7-15, 1972 229.48 

Romano L. Mazzoli 3d, Ky Mar. 2-6, 1972 90.00 

Robert H. Michel 18th, III Jan. 17-27, 1972 204.62 

Do do Jan. 31-Feb. 11, 1972 204.62 

Do do Feb. 22-Mar. 5, 1972 204.62 

G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery. 4th, Miss Mar. 10-12, 1972. _... 178.00 

Robert Price 18th, Tex Feb. 17-21, 1972 265.84 

John J. Rhodes 1st, Ariz _.__ Mar. 9-12, 1972 340.00 

Dan Rostenkowski 8th, 111 Mar. 1-5, 1972.. 196. 58 

Fred Schwengel Ist.lowa Feb. 9-15, 1972 154.88 

Richard G.Shoup 1st, Mont Oct. 21-24, 1971 363.28 

Garner E. Shriver.. 4th, Kans Mar. 16-19, 1972 216. 00 

J. William Stanton 11th, Ohio. Jan.6-7,1972 91.04 

Do do Jan. 10-11, 1972 91.04 

James V. Stanton 11th, Ohio July 15-19, 1971 64. 00 

BurtL.Talcott 12th, Calif Mar. 9-13, 1972 414.76 

Morris K. Udall 2d, Ariz Mar. 16-19, 1972 332.00 

AlUllman __.. 2d,0reg. Mar. 9-12, 1972 407.92 

JoeD. Waggonner.Jr 4th, La Mar. 17-19, 1972 225.60 

Charles H. Wilson 31st, Calif Mar. 9-13, 1972 388.00 

''""28 77533 John Young 14th, Tex.. Mar. 23-26, 1972 282.00 

Apr. 4 7785 Robert G. Stephens, Jr.... 10th, Ga... Mar. 23-24, 1972. 152.20 

7786 Do -...do Feb. 15-25, 1972. 152.20 

10 7991 Otto E. Passman 5th, La Mar.30-Apr. 8, 1972_ 265,68 

7995 John Young 14th, Tex Mar. 31-Apr. 10, 1972 282.00 

11 7996 Bill Alexander lst,Ark.. Mar. 15-19, 1972. 168.00 

William R. Anderson 6th,Tenn.... Mar. 16-21, 1972 190.32 

BillArcher 7th, Tex Mar. 23-26, 1972 249.20 

LesAspin 1st, Wis Feb. 10-16, 1972 144.00 

Do do... Mar.9-12,1972 144.00 

Wayne N. Aspinall 4th, Colo Mar. 23-26, 1972 320.00 

Nick Begich At Large, Alaska Mar. 16-20, 1972 591. 54 

Alphonzo Bell.. 28th, Calif Mar. 16-19, 1972 388.00 

Do do Mar. 23-27, 1972 388.00 

Charles E. Bennett 3d, Fla Mar. 23-26, 1972 136.00 

HaleBoggs 2d, La.* Mar. 19, 1972 100.44 

Bill D. Burlison. 10th, Mo Mar. 16-20, 1972 233. 16 

Phillip Burton 5th, Calif.. Mar. 16-21, 1972 399.52 

Patrick T. Caffery 3d, La. Mar. 10-20, 1972 168.00 

Do do Mar. 23-26, 1972 184.00 

BillChappell,Jr 4th, Fla Mar. 17-20, 1972 222.00 

James M. Collins... _ 3d, Tex Feb. 17-20, 1972. 180.00 

Edward J. Derwinski 4th, 111 Mar. 15-22,1972 184.42 

William L. Dickinson 2d, Ala. Mar. 25-27, 1972 195.34 

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263 

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 

1972 

Apr. 11 7996 Bob Eckhardt— 8th, Tex. _. Mar. 16-20, 1972 $190.00 

Don Edwards... .-.- 9th, Calif Mar. 17-20, 1972 403.60 

Edwin W. Edwards 7th, La Mar. 22,1972. 324.48 

Frank E. Evans 3d, Colo Mar. 17-21, 1972 264.00 

Do --.do Mar. 25-26, 1972 212.00 

Dante B. Fascell 12th, Fla Feb. 25-28, 1972 199.64 

Do . do Mar. 10-13,1972.... 199.64 

O.C.Fisher 21st, Tex Mar. 24-25,1972.. 271.64 

Donald M. Eraser 5th, Minn Mar. 11-13, 1971 149.60 

Robert N.GIalmo 3d, Conn 1972 750.00 

Sam Gibbons. 6th, Fla... Mar. 17-18, 1972 183.00 

Henry B. Gonzalez... 20th, Tex Mar. 16-19, 1972.. 258.00 

ChetHolifleld 19th, Calif Mar. 18-20, 1972 388.00 

Frank Norton 36th, N.Y Mar. 24-27, 1972 95.88 

William L. Hungate 9th, Mo Mar. 9-12, 1972... 132.40 

Do . do Mar. 23-25, 1972 132.40 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr 11th, Ind Mar. 14-19, 1972 147.50 

JohnJarman.. 5th, Okia Mar.9-19, 1972 227.20 

Harold T. Johnson 2d, Calif— Mar. 24-26, 1972... 355.00 

Jack F.Kemp 39th, N.Y Mar. 22-27, 1972 89.28 

Phil M.Landrum 9th, Ga Mar. 10-19, 1972.. 126.00 

Sherman P. Lloyd 2d, Utah Mar. 23-26, 1972. 325.00 

Speedy 0. Long. 8th, La.* Mar. 7, 1972 105.80 

Do .. do.*... Mar. 20, 1972 105.80 

Robert McClory... 12th, III Mar. 24-26, 1972.... 137.52 

JamesA. McClure 1st, Idaho Mar. 23-26, 1972... 355.00 

Mike McCormack ..4th, Wash Mar. 16-19, 1972 449.16 

Jack H. McDonald 19th, Mich Jan. 21-24, 1972 150.06 

Do do Feb. 25-28, 1972 150.06 

James d". (Mike) McKevitt. 1st, Colo Mar. 16-19, 1972 264.00 

Torbert H. Macdonald 7th, Mass Mar. 17-20, 1972 131.44 

William S. Mailliard 6th, Calif.* Mar. 16, 1972 194.00 

Do -.do.*.. Mar. 20,1972 194.00 

Dave Martin 3d, Nebr Mar. 17-18, 1972 212.20 

Wiley Mayne 6th, Iowa Mar. 17-19, 1972... 232.64 

Ralph H. Metcalfe 1st, III Mar. 16-26, 1972.... 146.60 

Lucien N. Nedzi 14th, Mich Mar. 18-19, 1972.. 96.00 

Thomas M. Pelly. 1st, Wash Mar. 10-20, 1972 463.40 

Jerry L.Pettis.. . 33d, Calif Mar. 15-19, 1972 388.00 

Peter A. Peyser 25th, N.Y 1972 750.00 

J.J. Pickle. .. ... 10th, Tex Mar. 2-7, 1972 244.20 

Robert Price.. ... 18th, Tex Mar. 16-21, 1972 270.24 

Thomas M.Rees 26th, Calif Mar. 19-22, 1972 388.00 

William L. Springer 22d, III July 9, 1971 142. 00 

Do do* Sept. 26, 1971. 71.00 

Do " do -.- Oct. 14-15,1972 ..... 142.00 

Do . .do Oct. 21-25, 1971.... 110.00 

SamSteiger 3d, Ariz Mar. 23-27, 1972 334.00 

Larry Winn, Jr 3d, Kans Mar. 17-19, 1972 148.00 

Wendell Wyatt 1st, Oreg Mar. 16-19, 1972 412.36 

Do ... -.do Mar. 23-25, 1972 409.36 

Clement J. Zablocki. 4th, Wis Jan. 14-16, 1972 112.60 

Do do Feb. 4-7, 1972 112.60 

8002 Julia Butler Hansen 3d, Wash..,. Mar. 30-Apr. 10, 1972 408.40 

12 8045 BillChappell,Jr 4th, Fla .-. Apr. 1-9, 1972... 222.00 

13 8069 Thomas G. Abernethy 1st, Miss Mar. 23-29, 1972 224.88 

William A. Barrett 1st, Pa 1971-72 1,500.00 

Garry Brown 3d, Mich Mar. 9-12, 1972 133.60 

Bob Casey 22d, Tex Feb. 24-27, 1972 197.20 

Do do Feb. 28-29, 1972 197.20 

Do ' do Mar. 16-18, 1972 197.20 

Bob Eckhardt 8th, Tex Mar. 23-26, 1972 246.00 

Silvio 0. Conte 1st, Mass Jan. 17-18, 1972. 89.72 

Do -.do Jan. 20-23, 1972 91.80 

Do .do Feb. 18-20, 1972 94.62 

John Delle'nback 4th, Oreg Mar. 29-Apr. 1, 1972.. 415.36 

O.C.Fisher 21st, Tex. Mar. 30-Apr. 1, 1972 295.28 

Thomas S. Foley 5th, Wash. Mar. 9-12, 1972 415. 00 

Do ..do Mar. 25-27, 1972 372.00 

Robert E. Jones 8th, Ala Feb. 3-8, 1972 174.24 

Do do Mar. 9-14, 1972 174.24 

Carleton J. King 30th, N.Y Mar. 10-13, 1972 117. 80 

Dan Kuykendall 9th, Tenn Jan. 23-25, 1972 122.00 

Do ... do Mar. 9-11, 1972 122.00 

Do .do... Mar. 28-Apr. 2, 1972 227.88 

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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 

1972 

Apr. is 8069 Robert L. Leggett 4th, Calif Jan. 28-30, 1972 $414.26 

Do -..do Feb. 18-21, 1972 414.26 

Do do Mar. 23-27, 1972 414.26 

Manue! Lujan,Jr lst,iN.Mex Mar. 26-29, 1972 234.00 

Robert McClory 12th, III Feb. 10, 1972 137.52 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr 11th, Calif Mar. 23-27, 1972 388.00 

Morgan F. Murphy 3d, III Mar. 13-16, 1972 196.58 

Bill Nichols 4th, Ala Jan. 27-31, 1972 198. 10 . 

Do . -. .do Feb. 10-20, 1972 198.10 

Do do Mar. 2-5,1972 198.10 

Do - -do Mar. 16-19, 1972 198.10 

Graham Purcell 13th, Tex Feb. 3, 1972 232.00 

Do do Feb. 12-16, 1972 232.00 

John R. R'arick 6th, La. --.- Feb. 18-21, 1972 200.00 

J. Edward Roush 4th, I nd -- Mar. 9-12, 1972 96.00 

William R.Roy 2d, Kans Feb. 10-16, 1972 298.28 

Do - -- -do.... Feb. 18-28, 1972 298.28 

Do .do Mar.29-Apr.l0, 1972 298.28 

Herman t.Schneebeli..-. 17th, Pa -- 1972 750.0C 

George E.Shipley 23d, III _ _. Jan. 21-24, 1972 174.86 

Do do Feb. 18-21, 1972 174.86 

Robert H.Steele... 2d, Conn Mar .14-23, 1972 90.00 

LouisStokes 21st, Ohio Mar. 17-20, 1972... 81.92 

James W.Symington 2d, Mo Mar. 9-12, 1972 158.00 

Jerome R.Waldie 14th, Calif.. Mar. 16-19, 1972 325.00 

RogerH.Zion.. 8th, I nd Dec. 10-13, 1971 102.85 

Do do Jan. 21-24,1972 102.85 

Do " do.. Feb. 4-7, 1972 116.85 

8076 John H.Buchanan 6th, Ala Mar. 30-Apr. 1, 1972 155.10 

8077 Do ... . do Mar. 10-12, 1972 117.20 

8078 Do do Mar. 3-4,1972 149.20 

8079 Do do Jan. 6-19,1972 142.00 

17 8228 WatkinsM. Ab'bitt 4th, Va 1972 750.00 

William R.Anderson 6th,Tenn . Apr. 6-10, 1972 190.32 

Nick Begich At Large, Alaska Mar. 31-Apr. 9, 1972 647.68 

Alphonzo Bell 28th, Calif Mar. 29-Apr. 10, 1972 388.00 

Charles E. Bennett 3d, Fla Apr. 2-9,1972 114.00 

Tom Bevill 7th, Ala Mar. 30-Apr. 8, 1972 204.84 

John Brademas 3d, Ind Apr.3-7,1972 122.00 

Jack Brinkley 3d,Ga Mar. 10-12, 1972 108.00 

Bill D. Burlison 10th, Mo Mar. 29-Apr. 11, 1972 233.16 

BobCasey 22d,Tex... Mar. 23-26, 1972 197.20 

Do ' do Apr. 2-4,1972 197.20 

Elford A. Cederberg loth, Mich Apr. 7-9,1972 107.96 

DelClawson. 23d, Calif Mar. 23-Apr.9, 1972 400.24 

JohnConyers,Jr lst,Mich_.. Mar. 23-26, 1972 141.38 

JamesC. Gorman 22d, Calif Mar. 29-Apr. 9, 1972 369.00 

Glenn R.Davis 9th, Wis Apr. 3-10, 1972 144.00 

JohnW.Davis 7th, Ga Feb. 14-15, 1972 98.00 

Robert F.Drinan 3d, Mass Apr. I-IOJ- 1972 122.00 

Don Edwards 9th, Calif Mar. 29-Apr. 6, 1972 403.60 

Dante B. Fascell 12th, Fla... Mar. 31-Apr. 9, 1972 199.64 

PaulFindley 20th, III Jan. 13-18, 1972 132.00 

Do do Mar. 20-21, 1972 136.00 

Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen. 5th, N.J 1972 750.00 

DonFuqua 2d, Fla Mar. 21-26, 1972 140.00 

Barry M.Goldwater, Jr.... 27th, Calif Jan. 19-21, 1972 388.00 

Do do Feb. 9-19, 1972. 349.00 

KennethJ.Gray 2ist,lll Apr.1-4,1972 216.88 

EdithGreen 3d,0reg.. Mar. 29-Apr. 8, 1972 388.00 

H R.Gross 3d, Iowa... Mar. 30-Apr. 8, 1972 268.18 

JamesM.Hanley 35th. N.Y Jan. 21-23, 1972 93.96 

Do . -.do Feb. 4-7, 1972 93.96 

Do'" .do Mar. 16-19,1972 93.96 

Wayne I. Hays 18th, Ohio.- 1972 750.00 

FloydV Hicks 6th, Wash.* -Apr.9,1972 160.00 

ElwoodHillis 5th,lnd_... Mar. 10-12, 1972---. 153.12 

Richard H. Ichord 8th, Mo... Mar. 30-Apr. 9, 1972 192.80 

Harold T.Johnson 2d, Calif.*. Mar.30,1972 200.00 

Do do.*... Apr.9,1972 207.20 

JackF. Kemp 39th, N.Y... Apr. 7-19, 1972 89.28 

PeterN.Kyros 1st, Maine Mar.2-5,1972 143.64 

Earl F. Laiidgrebe . .. 2d, Ind Jan. 18-19, 1972 117.10 

Do .do Feb. 9-10, 1972.... 117.10 

Do '"' -do _-- Feb. 16-18.1972 117.10 

Do do -__ Mar. 1-2 1972 117.10 

Do^'"^^;^r."-^^ do... Mar. 19-23,1972.. 117.10 

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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 

1972 

Apr. 17 8228 Speedy 0. Long 8th, La.*... Wlar. 30,1972 $134.52 

JohnJ.IVIcFall 15th, Calif.. Apr.2-9,1972 388.00 

George IVlahon. 19th, Tex. Feb. 18-20, 1972 252.00 

Dave Martin 3d,Nebr Mar. 30-Apr. 9, 1972 258.00 

AbnerJ.MIkva 2d, III Nov. 19-24, 1971 137.88 

Do do Feb. 17-18, 1972 105.60 

G. V. (Sonny) Mont- 4th, Miss Apr. 2-7, 1972 170.00 

gomery. 

William H.Natcher 2d,Ky Mar.30-Apr.9, 1972 141.36 

Alvin E. O'Konski 10th, Wis Jan. 19-29, 1972 280.88 

Do do .... Feb. 7-19, 1972 280.88 

Do ' ' do .. Mar. 15-30,1972 280.88 

Thomas M. Pally 1st , Wash Mar. 30-Apr. 10, 1972 463.40 

Carl D. Perkins 7th, Ky Feb. 18-22, 1972 76.00 

David Pryor.. 4th, Ark Mar.28,1972 192.00 

Do do .. Apr. 3-4,1972 178.00 

Ray Roberts 4th, Tex Mar. 29-Apr. 8, 1972 241.60 

Peter W.Rodino,Jr 10th, N.J 1972 750.00 

William J. Scherie 7th,lov^(a Mar. 25-Apr. 10, 1972 313.54 

John G.Schmitz 35th, Calif Mar. 23-26, 1972 403.60 

B. F.Sisk. 16th, Calif Apr. 1-8, 1972 420.00 

SamSteiger 3d, Ariz.. Apr. 3-8, 1972. 322.00 

William A. Steiger 6th, Wis.* Feb. 10,1972 69.00 

Samuel S.Stratton 29th, N.Y. Apr.3-8,1972 72.70 

Burt L Talcott 12th, Calif Mar. 30-Apr. 9, 1972 397.36 

Charles M. Teague 13th, Calif... _. Mar. 29-Apr. 9, 1972 388.00 

Vernon W. Thomson 3d, Wis Apr.3-9,1972 276.06 

Morris K. Udall 2d, Ariz Mar. 30-Apr. 8, 1972 332.00 

Jerome R.Waldie 14th, Calif Mar. 23-26, 1972 376.00 

Wendell Wyatt lst,Oreg Mar. 29-Apr. 9, 1972 409.36 

18 8243 Clarence J. Brown 7th, Ohio Mar. 31-Apr. 8, 1972 116.64 

24 8333 JohnE.Moss 3d, Calif Mar. 29-Apr. 10, 1972 393.60 

8336 Thomas G.Abernethy 1st, Miss... Apr. 1-12, 1972 224.88 

CarlAlbert 3d,0kla.* .._ Apr.8,1972 114.76 

BillArcher 7th, Tex Apr.2-9,1972 249.20 

LaMarBaker 3d ,Tenn Mar. 30-Apr. 9, 1972 145.44 

Bob Bergland. 7th, Minn Jan. 2-17, 1972 206.96 

Do do._ Feb. 18-26, 1972.... 194.90 

Do -do_. Mar. 17-19,1972... 194.90 

Tom Bevill 7th, Ala Apr. 14-17, 1972 134.00 

Hale Boggs 2d, La Apr.3-8,1972 201.00 

Do ... .-do Apr. 10-11, 1972 201.00 

WmsS. Broomfield 18th, Mich Apr. 13-16, 1972 96.00 

Earle Cabell 5th, Tex Mar. 30-Apr. 10, 1972 226.00 

William M.Colmer. 5th, Miss Mar. 29-Apr. 10,1972 145.60 

Jorge L. Cordova (Res. Comm.) P.R . Mar. 29-Apr. 10, 1972 198.00 

John Dellenback 4th,0reg._ Feb. 9-15, 1972 310.00 

Edward J. Derwinski 4th, III... Apr. 13-17, 1972. 184.42 

Charles C.Diggs,Jr 13th, Mich Mar. 17-20,1972 96.00 

JoeLEvins 4th,Tenn Mar. 29-Apr. 9, 1972 156.24 

O.C.Fisher 21st, Tex Apr. 15-16,1972 253.28 

Gerald R. Ford 5th, Mich... Apr. 10-11, 1972 118.00 

Bill Frenzel 3d, Minn Apr. 13-15, 1972 149.60 

Richard Fulton 5th,Tenn Apr. 6-10, 1972 126.00 

EllaT. Grasso 6th, Conn Mar. 9-14, 1972 70.00 

Charles H. Griffin 3d, Miss Mar. 30-Apr. 11, 1972 267. 10 

James A. Haley 7th, Fl a Mar. 29-Apr. 10,1972 ' 184.27 

Durward G. Hall 7th, Miss Apr. 13-17, 1972 294.50 

OrvalHansen 2d, Idaho Mar. 29-Apr. 8, 1972 350.00 

F. Edward Hebert 1st, La.* Apr.8,1972 103.80 

Do .. .do Apr. 11-12,1972 207.60 

Ken Hechler 4th,W.Va 1971 750.00 

Craig Hosmer 32d, Calif.* Apr. 2,1972 203.00 

William L Hungate 9th, Mo Mar. 29-Apr. 7, 1972 230.16 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr 11th, Ind Apr. 13-16, 1972 90.00 

Joseph E. Karth 4th, Minn Apr. 14-16, 1972 186. 00 

William J. Keating 1st, Ohio Mar. 2-6, 1972 81. 52 

John Kyi 4th, Iowa Mar. 29-Apr. 9, 1972 268.66 

Jack H. McDonald 19th, Mich Mar. 16-20, 1972 150.06 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt. 1st, Colo Apr. 6-9,1972 264.00 

Williams. Mailliard 6th, Calif Apr. 2-8, 1972 388.00 

Spark M. Matsunaga 1st, Hawaii Mar. 30-Apr. 10, 1972 428. 66 

Wiley Mayne 6th, Iowa Apr. 12-16, 1972 223.40 

George P. Miller 8th, Calif Mar. 29-Apr. 12, 1972 395. 00 

Patsy T.Mink ... 2d, Hawaii Mar. 30-Apr. 9, 1972 700.92 

John S. Monagan 5th, Conn Apr. 14-17, 1972 94. 86 

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266 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DiSSURSEMENTS 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 

1972 

Apr. 24 8336 John Myers 7th, I nd Jan. 8-16, 1972 $168.00 

Do do Feb. 10-20, 1972 168.00 

Do do Feb. 25-IVlar. 5, 1972 158.00 

Claude Pepper 11th, Fla Jan. 18-20, 1972 188.88 

Do do Mar. 17-21, 1972 188.88 

Do do Mar. 24-27, 1972 168.88 

Carl D. Perkins 7th, Ky Mar. 16-19, 1972 76.00 

Do do Mar. 29-Apr. 9,1972 135.48 

Jerry L. Pettis 33d, Calif Mar. 29-Apr. 9, 1972 388.00 

Melvin Price 24th, III Feb. 25-27, 1972 157.00 

Do do Mar. 17-19, 1972 157.00 

Do do Apr. 5-10, 1972 213.86 

Robert D. Price 18th, iex Apr. 3-9, 1972 279.24 

Wm. J. Randall 4th, Mo Mar. 29-Apr. 9, 1972 273.02 

Teno Roncalio At Large, Wyo Apr. 14-16, 1972 266.32 

Earl B. Ruth 8th, N.C Jan. 27-Feb. 1, 1972 91.08 

Do do Feb. 10-15, 1972 91.08 

Do do Mar. 3-6, 1972 91.08 

Fred Schwengel 1st, Iowa Mar. 23-26, 1972 161.88 

Richard G. Shoup 1st, Mont Mar. 22-26, 1972 351.28 

Do do Mar. 30-Apr. 10, 1972 359.56 

H. Allen Smith 20th,Calif___ Mar. 31-Apr. 1, 1972 359.26 

James V.Stanton- 20th, Ohio Mar. 16-19, 1972 80.00 

Roy A. Taylor 11th, N.C Mar. 30-Apr. 9, 1972 119.14 

Lionel Van Deerlin. 37th, Calif _ Mar.23-Apr. 10, 1972 320.00 

Charles A. Vanik 22d,0hio Apr. 5-9, 1972. _.. 101.48 

JoeD. Waggonner,Jr 4th, La Mar. 30-Apr. 9, 1972 246.40 

Charles E. Wiggins. _ 25th, Calif. Feb. 3-6, 1972. _-.. 349.00 

Do _.do* Feb. 9, 1972 220.00 

Larry Winn, Jr 3d, Kans Apr.3-9,I972 148.00 

Wendell Wyatt 1st, Oreg Apr. 13-17, 1972.. 412.36 

May 3 8802 Brock Adams 7th, Wash Apr.3-10, 1972 403.00 

Frank Annunzio 7th, 111 Apr. 13-17, 1972 144.75 

Bob Bergland 7th, Minn Apr. 3-10, 1972 224.00 

Richard Boiling...- 5th, Mo ._.. Apr. 14-15, 1972... _ 196.00 

J. Herbert Burke 10th, Fla Mar. 30-Apr. 9, 1972 301.68 

Omar Burleson 17th, Tex. Mar. 23-25, 1972 284.40 

Phillip Burton. 5th, Calif Mar. 29-Apr. 10, 1972 405.56 

Do do_ Apr. 13-18,1972. 399.52 

Donald D.Clancy 2d, Ohio... Jan. 18-20, 1972 78.00 

Do do Feb. 3-7, 1972 77.01 

Do do Mar.6-9,1972 76.02 

Del Clawson 23d, Calif Apr. 13-16, 1972 400.24 

W. C. (Dan)DanieL. 5th, Va 1972 750.00 

George E. Danielson 29th, Caijf Mar. 29-Apr. 9, 1972 400.95 

Glenn R. Davis 9th, Wis Apr. 14-15, 1972 144.00 

John W. Davis 7th, Ga.... Jan. 21-22, 1972 98.00 

Do do... Feb. 20-21,1972 98.00 

Mendel J. Davis Ist.S.C Jan. 26-30, 1972. 132.48 

Do do Feb. 9-15, 1972 132.48 

Do do Mar. 3-7,1972 132.48 

Do do Mar. 23-Apr. 11,1972 132.48 

John Dellenback 4th, Oreg . Apr. 13-17, 1972 374.00 

Edwin W. Edwards 7th, La Jan. 3-9, 1972 324.48 

Do _ do. Feb. 26-28, 1972 324.48 

Do . do.... Mar.6-8,i972 324.48 

Do do __ Mar. 21-23,1972 324.48 

William D. Ford 15th, Mich Feb. 17-19, 1972 95.00 

Louis Frey, Jr 5th, Fla Mar. 17-21, 1972 170.00 

Sam Gibbons 6th, Fla Apr. 13-16, 1972 183.00 

Barry M.Goldwater, Jr.... 27th, Calif Apr. 20-23, 1972 349.00 

Henry B. Gonzalez 20th, tex... Apr. 13-16, iy72 233.00 

Martha W. Griffiths. 17th, Mich.. .-._ Apr. 20-24, 1972 95.00 

Charles S.Gubser 10th, Calif Apr. 15-16. 1972 417.04 

James A. Haley 7th, Fla.. Apr. 13-17, 1972 184.27 

David N. Henderson ....3d, N.C : Jan. 27-il, 1972_. 79.80 

Do... do_... Feb. 3-7, 1972 _ 79.80 

Do do Mar. 2-6,1972 79.80 

Do do_ _. Apr. 13-17,1972 79.80 

ChetHolifield.. 19th, Calif Apr. 1-10, 1972. 388.00 

Richard M. Ichord 8th, Mo Apr. 16-17, 1972_ 192.80 

EdJones-.__ 8th,Tenn Feb. 10-28, 1972 213.00 

Do... do. Mar. 8-12,1972. 146.00 

Walter B. Jones ._, 1st, N.C _ 1972 750.00 

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267 

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 

1972 

May 3 8802 Jclin C. Kluczynski 5th, III - Jan. 20-24, 1972 $132.00 

^ Do - do. Feb. 3-7, 1972 132.00 

Do do IVlar. 17-20, 1972 192.88 

Paul N.IVIcCloskey,Jr lith, Calif Apr. 12-lfc, 1972 ___ 349.00 

James A. (VicClure 1st, Idaho Apr. 2-9, 1972 350.00 

Do do. Apr. 14-18,1972... 404.00 

Dawson iviathis 2d,Ga... IVlar. 30-Apr. 10, 1972 197.28 

K.Gunn McKay 1st, Utah Mar. 31-Apr. 16, 1972 270.80 

J J Pickle 10th, Tex Mar. 29-Apr. 10, 1972 246.20 

Alexander Pirnie 32d, N.Y Apr. 13-16, 1972 101.50 

Dan Rostenkowski 8th, III Apr. 12-16, 1972 196.58 

Harold Runnels.. . .... 2d,N.Mex Apr. 12-16, 1972... 286.40 

Fernand J. St Germain-.-. 1st, R.I Jan. 27-31, 1972 105.60 

Do do Feb. 10-15, 1972 105.60 

Do do Mar. 16-21,1972-- _-, 105.60 

Robert L. F. Sikes Isf, Fla-_ Feb. 28-27, 1972 125.00 

Do do - Mar. 23-30,1972 112.00 

Leonor K.S'ullivan 3d, Mo.' Feb. 10-17, Mar. 3-6, and 498.00 

Mar. 30-Apr. 8, 1972. 

BurtL. Talcott— 12th, Calif Apr. 13-16, 1972 397.35 

William C.Wampler 9th, Va Apr. 13-15, 1972--- 96.60 

Jamie L.Whitten— .. . 2d, Miss Mar. 30-Apr. 10, 1972 250.56 

Sidney R. Yates 9th, III Apr. 15-16, 1972 132.00 

8804 John E. Moss-. .3d, Calif Apr. 27-IVlay 1, 1972 422.60 

8 8945 John Young 14th, Tex Apr. 21-May 7, 1972 269.00 

8946 Jack Brinkley 3d,Ga ___ May 4-7, 1972_. 148.56 

9 8971 John H. Rousselot 24th, Calif Apr. 17-20, 1972 404.32 

11 9039 Ronald V. Dellums 7th, Calif __. Mar. 16-19, 1972 408.00 

9040 Do do Feb. 10-13,1972 408.00 

9045 CarlAlbert 3d,0kla Apr. 21-22, 1972 226.80 

Glenn M.Anderson 17th, Calif... _ Mar. 23-27, 1972.. 398.56 

Do do Mar. 29-Apr. 10,1972 398.56 

Mark Andrews 1st, N. Dak Feb.3-6,1972 170.00 

Frank Annunzio 7th, ill Apr. 19-24,1972 144.75 

Do do Apr. 26-May 1,1972- 144.75 

BillArcher .. 7th, Tex.* Apr.14,1972 123.50 

Do do -_ Apr. 30-May 1,1972 249.20 

Nick Begich At Large, Alaska Apr. 27-29, 1972. .„ 597.68 

Page Belcher lst,Okla Apr. 18-19, 1972 206.00 

Alphonzo Bell 28th, Calif Apr. 27-30, 1972 388.00 

Charles E. Bennett 3d,Fla--- Apr. 27-29,1972 134.00 

Jackson E. Belts 8th, Ohio Aor. 27-May 2,1972 82.52 

John A. Blatnik 8th, Minn- Apr. 15-18, 1972 248.00 

Richard Boiling 5th, Mo Apr. 22-23,1972 197.20 

J. Herbert Burke 10th, Fla -. Apr. 27-May 1, 1971 186.00 

Omar Burleson 17th, Tex Mar. .30-Apr. 7, 1972 284.40 

Phillip Burton 5th, Calif-- Apr. 20-24, 1972 399.52 

Do do Apr. 27-May 1,1972- 399.52 

Patrick T. Caffery 3d, La Apr. 20-25, 1972 184.00 

Cliffard D.Carlson 15th, III Apr. 20-23, 1972 149.60 

Tim Lee Carter 5th, Ky Feb. 4-7, 1972 185.28 

Do do Feb.9-16,1972 185.28 

Do --do Mar.2-6,1972 185.28 

Do do Mar.9-13, 1972 185.28 

Do do-- Mar. 29-Apr. 10,1972 185.28 

Do - -.-do- Apr. 13-17, 1972 185.28 

Bob Casey 22d,Tex Apr. 20-25, 1972 --_ 197.20 

Harold R. Collier 10th, 111 Mar.8-9, 1972 141.80 

Do .do Apr. 30-Mav 1,1972 141.80 

John C. Culver 2d, Iowa Apr 26-IVlay 1, 1972 174.00 

Glenn R. Davis ... 9th, Wis Apr. 21-24, 1972- ___ 160.00 

Frank E. Denholm 1st, S. Dak Feb. 10-15, 1972 288.93 

Edward J. Derwinski 4th, III - Aor. 30,1972 102.00 

William L. Dickinson 2d,Ala_ Apr. 4-10, 1972 140.92 

Charles C.Diggs,Jr 13th, Mich.*- Apr. 30, 1972 37.00 

Jack Edwards 1st, Ala Apr. 21-23, 1972 187.00 

Frank E.Evans 3d, Colo Apr. 27-30, 1972 282.00 

Thomas S. Foley 5th, Wash Apr. 29-May 1, 1972 367.00 

BillFrenzel 3d, Minn Apr. 28-29, 1972 155.10 

Louis Frey,Jr 5th, Fla Apr. 20-23, 1972 170.00 

Do - - -dc- Apr. 27-May 1,1972 170.00 

Henry B. Gonzalez 20th, Tex Apr. 27-30, 1972 208.00 

EllaT. Grasso 6ih, Conn Apr. 12-17, 1972 70.00 

Durward G.Hall 7th, Mo May 4-8, 1972 294.50 

Richard T. Hanna 34th, Calif Apr. 27-30, 1972 388.00 

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1 Three round trips. 

79-6S9— 72 18 



268 

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 

1972 

May 11 9045 James F. Hastings 38th, IN. Y Apr. 21-23, 1972 $98.00 

Augustus F. Hawkins 21st, Calif Apr. 20-25, 1972 . 398.00 

Floyd V. Hicks 6th, Wash Apr. 27-30, 1972... 393.00 

Louise Day Hicks 9th, Mass July 5-9, 1971 86.00 

Do do Aug. 2-5, 1971 85.00 

Do do Sept. 8-10,1971 86.00 

Do do Oct. 13-18, 1971 86.00 

Elwood Hillis 5th, Ind Apr. 13-17, 1972 153. 12 

Chet Holifield 19th, Calif Apr. 27-30, 1972 388.00 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr 11th, Ind May 1-2, 1972 90.00 

Joseph E. Karth 4th, Minn Apr. 28-29, 1972 186.00 

Robert W. Kastenmeier... 2d, Wis _ ._. Aor. 28-May 1, 1972 160.00 

William J. Keating 1st, Ohio Mar. 29-Apr. 10, 1972 82 52 

Carleton J. King 30th, N.Y Apr. 14-17, 1972 117.80 

Phil M. Landrum 9th, Ga Apr. 17-23, 1972 126.00 

Sherman P. Lloyd 2d, Utah __ Apr. 20-23, 1972 325.00 

Manuel Lujan,Jr 1st, N. Mex Apr. 21-30, 1972 272.00 

Robert McClory.. 12th, III Apr. 21-23, 1972 . .. 122.52 

Mike McCormack 4th, Wash Apr. 2-11, 1972 460.00 

Do do Apr. 27-30,1972 437.92 

JohnJ. McFall 15th, Calif Apr. 27-30, 1972 443.65 

Torbert H. Macdonald 7th, Mass Aug. 6-31, 1971 131.44 

Do _.-_do Dec.9-13,1971 131.44 

Do do Jan. 1-3, 1972_._ 131.44 

James R. Mann.. 4th, S.C Mar. 29-Apr. 3, 1972 127.06 

Dave Martin 3d,Nebr Mar. 21-22, 1972 230.00 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.- 18th, Calif Mar. 16-18, 1972 388.00 

Do do_ Apr. 20-23, 1972 388.00 

Lloyd Meeds 2d, Wash Apr. 27-30, 1972 398.80 

Ralph H. Metcalfe 1st, III Apr. 20-24, 1972 146.60 

George P. Miller 8th, Calif Apr. 21-May 1, 1972 395.00 

F. Bradford Morse 5th, Mass 1972 _. 750 00 

Morgan F. Murphy 3d, III Apr. 17-20, 1972.. 196.58 

David R. Obey 7th, Wis Nov. 22-23, 1971 223.00 

Do... do Dec. 3-6, 1971 211.60 

Do do-__ Dec. 18-20, 1971 188.00 

Do do Apr. 20-23, 1972 179.00 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr 8th, Mass Dec. 3-7, 1971 126.60 

Walter E. Powell 24th, Ohio. July 23-26, 1971 86.80 

Do do* Oct. 9,1971-„ 46.20 

Do _._.do-.. Nov. 24-28, 1971 134.66 

Do do Jan. 8-14, 1972 92.40 

Do do Jan. 28-Feb. 1, 1972 92.40 

Do... do Feb. 10-21, 1972 134.66 

Do ...do* Feb. 15, 1972 43.40 

Do do*.. Feb. 18, 1972 46.20 

Robert Price... 18th, Tex Apr. 26-29, 1972 270.24 

JohnR.Rarick 6th, La Mar. 19-Apr. 5, 1972 210.28 

Teno Roncalio At Large, Wyo _. Apr. 28-30, 1972 253.96 

J. Edward Roush 4th, Ind Feb. 13-16, 1972 96.00 

John G.Schmitz.... 35th, Calif Apr. 18-23, 1972 403.60 

Fred Schwengel 1st, Iowa. _ Mar. 16-19, 1972 . 144.80 

Ksith G.Sebelius 1st, Kans Mar. 30-Apr. 11. 1972 S54. 24 

Do do Apr. 28-30,1972 354.24 

Garner E. Shriver 4th, Kans.. _ Apr. 21-23, 1972 192.00 

B. F.Sisk...- 16th, Calif Apr. 20-23, 1972 420.00 

Floyd D. Spence 2d, S.C Jan. 19-24, 1972 78.00 

Do do Feb. 4-7, 1972 78.00 

Do do_ _. Mar.23-27, 1972 78.00 

James V.Stanton 20th, Ohio Apr. 20-23,1972 76.00 

James W. Symington 2d, Mo _. Apr. 21-25, 1972 158.00 

John H.Terry 34th, N.Y Jan. 20-24, 1972 94.56 

Do do Feb. 4-7,1972 94.56 

Do... do.... Mar. 3-6,1972 94.56 

Do .do Apr. 20-24, 1972 94.56 

Lionel Van Deerlin 37th, Ohio Apr. 27-May 1, 1972.. 320.00 

Richard C. White 16th, Tex Apr. 20-23, 1962 298.00 

Charles H.Wilson. 31st, Calif Apr. 27-May 1, 1972 388.00 

Wendell Wyatt_ Ist.Oreg _ Apr. 27-30, 1972 415.36 

Sidney R. Yates„ 9th, III... Apr. 28-30, 1972 132.00 

C. W. Bill Young 8th, Fla Apr. 20-24, 1972 170.00 

18 9168 James Abourezk 2d,S.Dak Oct. 15-18, 1971 257.00 

Do do _ Oct.29-Nov. 2,1971. 231.00 

Do ....do _ _ _ Dec. 4-5, 1971 233.00 

Do do Jan. 4-7, 1972 190.00 

Do... __ ..do. Apr. 21-24, 1972 249.00 

Do.. .do... Apr. 28-30,1972 250.00 

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269 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 



Do_ 



Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by Z U.b.L. 
43b and 43b-l, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

9168 Bill Archer 7th,Tex r/^ ^^V !^p^72, ^2nfi 0°0 

Page Belcher 1st, Okia May 4-7, 972 206. 00 

Chirles E. Bennett 3d, Fla May 4-7, 1972 18.00 

T„™ Rowiii 7th Ala - '-- Mar. 23-28, 1972 1J4. uu 

TomBevill /tn, Aia .. Apr. 28-May 3, 1972 206.74 

John Brademas::::::::::ia:ind:::::::::::::::::-:-- May y. 1972 137. 00 

James A. Burke llth,^Mass ,^ar. 24J. 1972.......... 96.00 

PhiiiS^BuHon:::::::::::"5th:cairf:::::::::::::::-:-:- May 4-7, 1972 m 52 

Cllffard D. Carlson 15th, III f^'^tl'Wvl W 24 

Del Clawson 23d, Calif May 4-9, 1972 322. 24 

JohnConyers,Jr 1st, Mich Apr. 14-18, 972 141.38 

George E. Danieison...... 29th, aiif S'^Ms)!' .::::::::: Z.II 

johnw:ba^i:::::::::::"7th:Ga::::::::::::::::::::::: Apr. 22-24 1972 96.oo 

William L Dickinson 2d, Ala.* Apr 19, 1972 66.96 

John D. Dingell 16th, Mich 1972 750.00 

JohnDowdy 2d. Tex ^i^^^k/^i:":- fill 

BohE^har^:::::;::::::WTex;v:;::::::;::::;.....Apr.iM^^^^ 123.00 



Donald M. Eraser 5th, Mmn Apr. 22-24 1972 

Louis Frey.Jr 5th, Fla May 4-8, 972 170.00 

Barry M.Goldwater,Jr.._. 27th, Calif May 4-8, 1972 388.00 

Henry B. Gonzalez 20th, Tex IVlay 4-7, 1972 258.00 

Edith Green 3d,0reg '^.^l Vr^fi^lhl^^^ l?s'7fi 

LeeH.Hamiiton ^^^^^ j::::::::!::::::::::: Kr! nif; ^9^1:::::::::: IsU^ 



James F. Hastings 3Sth, N.Y May 5-8 1972 98.00 

Richard H. Ichord 8th, Mo Apr. 28-30 1972 192.80 

Robert E.Jones 8th, Ala Apr. -1 1972 174.24 

Dan Kuykendall 9th,Tenn Apr. 12-17 1972 227.88 

JamesA. McClure 1st, Idaho May 4-7 1972 380.00 

J°^Vo '^'°"'^*"- - ''• T ^°a;:f3'26,'l972:::::::.-:: H.ll 

^° do :::: Apr. 21-23, 1972 156.00 

Jack H.McDonaidV;:: -- 19t¥,Mich. ._.. Apr 28-30 1972 150 06 

James D.(Mike)McKevitt. 1st, Colo May 4-7 1972 264 00 

GeorgeMahon 19th,^Tex Apr. 3-10. 1972---------- 237.00 

William S:M7i]lia?d::V.V-" 6th: CalifV-V.V-V-V-"_V- Apr.27-Wlay2,1972 388.00 

Spark M. Matsunaga lst,Hawaii ^.^'-II'^a^^I^}^^^ qnnn 

Romano L. Mazzoli....- 3d, Ky- _- AP^- 2032^;^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ It 

John S. Monagan:-V.V-\V." 5th7Conn':::"."-:::;:: May 11-12 1972 94.86 

Lucien N. Nedzi 14th, Mich — - Apr. 15-16 1972 96.00 

Oo dn May5-7,1972 ab.uu 

Thomas Pyo'NeiiUrV:: "-'8th, Mass Feb. ?-15, 1972- 126.60 

Dn do Mar. 10-13,1972 }26. 60 

Do :::::::dS::::::::::: Apr. 1-9,1972 25 eo 

Do : - do - -— May 11-15, 1972 26.60 

AlexandeVPirnie 32d, N.Y --- May 5-8 1972_ 101.50 

TomRailsback 19th, III Apr. 29-May 1, 1972 52 00 

Wm. J. Randall 4th, Mo.* May4_i972 136.bl 

Charles B. Rangel _. 18th, N.Y 1972 . 750.00 

Thomas M.Rees 26th, Calif Apr. 25-30, 1972 388 00 

Donald W.Riegle.Jr 7th, Mich Nov. 26-27, 1971 S*- 64 

Do do Dec. 17-18, 1971 110.64 

Do do Jan. 11-13. 1972 87.12 

Do :"".":::::: do-. jan. 18-19,1972 m.m 

Do do Feb. 11-12, 1972 10.64 

Do do Feb. 20-21, 1972 09.20 

Do do ." Mar. 1-21. 1972 08.20 

^^ ^^- ... Mar. 30-31. 1972 114.54 

Ray Rober'ts 4th. Tex Apr. 26-May 7. 1972. 



241. 60 

TenoRoncalio At Large, Wyo May 4-7, 1972 240.32 

Dan Rostenkowski 8th, III Apr. 30-May 4, 1972 

Harold Runnels 2d, N. Mex May 3-7, 1972 

William J. Scherle 7th, Iowa May 5-8, 1972. 

John G. Schmitz 35th, Calif Apr. 28-May 2, 1972 

Do do May5-8,1972 403.60 

Robert in: Steele:.: 2d, Conn Apr. 20-24, 1972 88.00 

Do do Mayl-4.1972 90.00 



196. 58 
335. 92 
211.60 
403. 60 



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270 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for IVlembers, 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 

1972 

May 18 9168 Robert G. Stephens, Jr.... 10th, Ga.* Mar. 10, 1972. $74.99 

Do do.* Mar. 30,1972 76.10 

Do do... May 4-7, 1972. 151.09 

Robert 0. Tiernan 2d, R.I Jan. 14-17, 1972 114.50 

Do do Feb. 18-22, 1972 114.50 

Do do Mar. 9-14, 1972 114.50 

Do _.do Apr. 14-18, 1972 114.50 

Al Uilman 2d, Oreg Apr. 13-16, 1972 421.60 

Richard C. White 16th, Tex May 4-7, 1972 298.00 

Charles E. Wiggins 25th, Calif.* Feb. 12, 1972 199.04 

Do do Mar. 16-19, 1972 398.08 

Bob Wilson 36th, Calif IVtar. 2-5, 1972 398.00 

Charles H.Wilson 31st, Calif.* May, 8, 1972 194.00 

C. W. Bill Young 8th, Fla May 5-7, 1972 170.00 

23 9323 Otto E. Passman 5th, La May 5-14, 1972 265.68 

24 9324 Thomas G.Abernethy 1st, Mir.s May 11-15, 1972 224.88 

Carl Alberts 3d,0kla May 12-14, 1972 260.00 

Bill Alexander 1st, Ark Mar. 30-Apr. 2, 1972 165.60 

John B. Anderson 16th, III May 6, 1972 151.20 

William R. Anderson 6th, Tenn May 11-15, 1972 190.32 

Frank Annunzio. 7th, III May 11-15, 1972 144.75 

LesAspin 1st, Wis May 5-8, 1972 148.80 

Wayne N.Aspinall 4th, Colo May 12-14, 1972 311.00 

Ray Blanton 7th, Tenn Jan. 19-31, 1972 227.88 

Do.. do Feb. 10-17, 1972 227.88 

Do do Mar. 15-21, 1972 227.88 

Do do Mar. 30-Apr. 10, 1972 227.88 

Wm.S. Broomfield 18th, Mich May 11-13, 1972 96.00 

Don H. Clausen 1st, Calif Jan. 11-16, 1972 463.36 

Glenn R. Davis 9th, Wis May 11-14, 1972 144.00 

Jack Edwards 1st, Ala May U-15, 1972 176.00 

Gerald R. Ford 5th, Mich May 13-14, 1972 118.00 

Louis Frey,jr 5th, Fla May 11-15, 1972 170.00 

TomS.Gettys 5th, S.C Mar. 24-Apr. 7, 1972 107.50 

Kenneth J.Gray 21st, III May 5-7, 1972 216.88 

Edith Green 3d, Oreg May 12-14, 1972 388.00 

Martha W.Griffiths.. 17th, Mich May 11-15, 1972 96.00 

Floyd V. Hicks 6th, Wash . May 12-M, 1972 393.00 

William L. Hungate 9th, Mo Apr. 14-15, 1972 132.40 

Do do May 4-7, 1972 132.40 

Phil M. Landrum 9th, Ga May 9-14, 1972 126.00 

Williams. Mailiiard 6th, Calif May 11-14, 1972 388.00 

Dave Martin 3d, Nebr May 12-14, 1972 240.00 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.. 18th, Calif May 5-8, 1972 402.40 

Wiley Mayne 6th, Iowa May 12-14, 1972. 229.40 

Ralph H.Metcalfe 1st, 111 May 10-14, 1972.. 146.60 

Albert H.Quie... 1st, Minn Apr. 3-7, 1972. _ 196.44 

Donald W.Riegle,Jr 7th, Mich Feb. 25-26, 1972 111.12 

Philip E. Ruppe 11th, Mich Apr. 27-30, 1972 180.92 

JohnG.Schmitz 35th, Calif May 11-15, 1972. 403.60 

Garner E.Shriver 4th,Kans.._ _._ May 11-15, 1972 216.00 

OlinE.Teague 6th, Tex May4-7,1972 226.00 

Fletcher Thompson. 5th, Ga Jan. 7-10, 1972 165.44 

Do. do._.. . Feb. 18-21, 1972 155.44 

Do do Mar. 10-13,1972 165.44 

Do do Apr. 28-30, 1972 165.44 

Do _-do_. May 5-9, 1972 165.44 

Charles H.Wilson... 31st, Calif May 12-15,1972 388.00 

Larry Winn, Jr.. 3d,Kans_--. May 5-7, 1972... 148.00 

John Melcher.... 2d, Mont May 19-23, 1972 246.60 

Samuel S.Stratton 29th, M.Y_._ May 20-23, 1972 72.50 

Arthur A. Link... 2d, N. Dak Nov. 23-23, 1971 295.80 

Do do Apr. 8-9,1972 266.68 

Do do May 5-9, 1972 338.04 

Do d0-._ May 11-16, 1972 326.92 

June 1 9558 Bill Chappell, Jr 4th, Fla_... _ May 19 21, 1972 222.00 

Julia Butler Hansen 3d Wash__ May 17-30, 1972 434.40 

Brock Adams.. 7th, Wash,. May 19-21, 1972 403.00 

Frank Annunzio. _ 7th, 111.* May 18, 1972 144.75 

Tom BevilL... _ 7th, A!a_ May 19-23, 1972 206.74 

John A. Blatnik 8th, Minn... do 207.00 

Jack Brooks 9th, Tex _. Jan. 11-16, 1972 217.00 

Do.._ do... Feb. 10-12,1972. 245.00 

Do do Mar.9-11. 1972 246.00 

Do do Apr. 13-15 1972 244.00 

Do ....do Apr. 19-24, 1972 246.00 

•One way. 



25 


9375 


30 


9395 




9,396 




9,337 




9398 




9399 


1 


9558 




9560 


5 


9581 



271 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

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 

372 

! 5 9581 Donald G. BroUman 2d, Colo IVIay 5-7, 1972 $276.24 

Do do May 18-21, 1972 276.24 

Omar Burleson 17th, Tex_. - May 4-7, 1972 284.40 

Phillip Burton 5th, Calif May 19-21, 1972 400.36 

JohnW. Byrnes 8th, Wis do 186.00 

EarleCabell 5th, Tex May 4-7, 1972 226.00 

Do .-do May 17-22, 1972 226.00 

Cliffard D. Carlson 15th, 111... May 18-21, 1972 149.60 

Elford A. Cederberg 10th, Mich May 26-28, 1972 100.00 

James M. Collins 3d, Tex Apr. 27-30, 1972 180.00 

William M. Colmer 5th, Miss May 18-22, 1972 145.60 

Philip M. Crane 13th, III May 22-23, 1972 104.40 

Robert F. Drinan 3d, Mass _ May 20-22, 1972 120.80 

JohnJ. Duncan 2d,Tenn Feb. 9-15, 1972 126.24 

Do do Mar. 29-Apr. 9, 1972 123.24 

Do . do . Apr. 20-23, 1972 126.24 

Bob Eckhard't 3fh, Tex.* May 7, 1972 123.00 

Frank E. Evans 3d, Colo May 14, 1972 264.00 

PaulFindley 20th, 111 Feb. 2-6, 1972 128.00 

Hamilton Fish, Jr 28th N.Y Mar. 23-28. 1972 80.00 

Do do __.. Mar. 30-Apr. 11,1972 80.00 

Do " . do . Apr. 14-16, 1972 80.00 

Do " ' do Apr. 28-IV!ay 1, 1972 80.00 

Thomas S. Foley 5th, Wash May 5-9, 1972 389.00 

Gerald R. Ford. 5th, Mich May 19-20, 1972 135.12 

L.H.Fountain 2d,N.C 1972 750.00 

Richard H. Fulton 5th. Tenn May 11-15, 1972 126.00 

Charles H. Griffin 3d, Miss May 11-15, 1972.... 178.00 

Orva! Hansen 2d, Idaho May 18-22, 1972 351.50 

Augustus F. Hawkins 21st, Calif May 12-14. 1972 398.00 

F. Edward Hebert 1st, La.* May 20, 1972 103.80 

Harold T.Johnson 2d, Calif May 19-21, 1972. 409.60 

Joseph f. Karth 4th, Minn May 21-22, 1972 186.00 

Robert Kastenmeier 2d, Wis. May 19-21, 1972 148.00 

Abraham Kazen.Jr 23d, Tex May 11-14, 1972 248.00 

Jack F. Kemp.. 39th, N.Y May 26-29, 1972 89.28 

John Kyi 4th. Iowa May 5-7, 1972.. 208. 40 

Speedy O.Long 8th, La May 6-13, 1972 259.04 

Do do.* May 21, 1972 134.52 

Wiley Mayne 6th, Iowa May 19-22, 1972 166.40 

Spark M. Matsunaga 1st, Hawaii do ^ii-?i 

Lloyd Meeds. 2d, Wash May 18-23, 1972 398.80 

Patsy T. Mink 2d, Hawaii May 19-23, 1972 701.12 

G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery. 4th, Miss May 19-21, 1972 177.00 

Wm. J. Randall 4th, Mo.* May 27-28, 1972 136.51 

Paul G. Rogers 9th, Fla May 19-21, 1972 138.00 

Teno Roncalio At Large, Wyo Mar. 3-5, 1972 240.32 

Edward R. Roybal 30th, Calif Mar. 3-5, 1972 388.00 

Do do Mar.30-Apr. 9, 1972 233.00 

Do do Apr. 27-May 1, 1972 233.00 

Harold Runnels.... 2d, N. Mex May 11-14, 1972 361.68 

Do do Mav 19-24, 1972 330.98 

Philip e'. R'upoe 11th, Mich.... May 11-15, 1972 211.88 

LouisStokes: 21st, Ohio Apr. 8-12, 1972 81.92 

Do do May 18-20, 1972 81.92 

Lionel Van Deerlin 37th, Calif May 24-29, 1972 320.00 

Victor V. Veysey 38th, Calif.* Jan. 17, 1972 - 175.28 

Jerome R. Waldie 14th, Calif Apr. 12-16, 1972 360.00 

Do do Apr. 20-23,1972 325.00 

Do 'do Apr. 28-30, 1972 325.00 

Jamie L. Whitten 2''d", Miss May 19-20, 1972 ^'^''■^l 

Charles H. Wilson 31st, Calif May 18-23, 1972 388. 00 

Sidney R. Yatss 9th, HI May 18-21, 1972 132.00 

6 9624 Nick Begich At Large, Alaska May 11-14, 1972 505.86 

8 9860 John H. Rousselot 24th, Calif May 18-22, 1972 404.32 

9 9898 John E. Moss 3d, Calif June 1-5, 1972 422.60 

9909 Carl Albert 3d,0kla May 26-29, 1972 227.96 

John B. Anderson 16th, III May 27-29, 1972. 151.20 

Mark Andrews 1st, N. Dak May 24-29, 1972 270.07 

Frank Annunzio 7th, 111 May 24-30, 1972 144.75 

Bill Archer 7th, Tex.* May 27, 1972 124.60 

LesAspin .. 1st, Wis May 19-22, 1972 118.80 

Do do May 25-30, 1972 133.80 

Wayne N. Aspinall 4th, Colo May 26-30, 1972 311.00 

LaMar Baker 3d, Tenn May 25-30, 1972 145.44 

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272 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, 
betvreen Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
43b and 43b-l, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

June 9 9909 Charles E. Bennett 3d, Fla May 25-29, 1972 $134.00 

Jack Brinl<ley 3d,Ga_ do. 111.00 

Bill D. Burlison 10th, Mo. May 24-30, 1972 233.16 

CI iffa rd D. Carlson 15th, III May 25-30, 1972 149.60 

James C. Cleveland 2d, N.H Jan. 20-25, 1972 .. 108.40 

John Conyers.Jr 1st, Mich May 11-17, 1972 141.38 

Jorge L Cordova (Res. Comm.) P.R May 25-30, 1972 216.00 

Philip M. Crane ... 13th, III iVIay 29, 1972 104.40 

Glenn R.Davis 9th, Wis May 27-29, 1972 144.00 

Edward J. Derwinski 4th, 111 May 25-30, 1972 184.42 

PierreS. (Pete) du Pont.. At Large, Del 1972 750.00 

Don Edwards 9th, Caiif Apr. 28-30, 1972 403.60 

Jack Edwards 1st, Ala May 25-31, 1972 176.00 

John N. Erienborn 14th. Ill May 12-15, 1972 132.00 

O.C.Fisher 21st, Tex May 26-29, 1972 274.28 

Do do May31-June4,1972 253.28 

Walter Flowers... 5th, Ala Oct. 13-18, 1971 210.94 

Do do _._ _ Nov. 10-15, 1971. 210.94 

Do._ do Nov. 20-26 1971 210.94 

Do .do Dec. 17-31, 1971 229.18 

Do do...- Mar. 15-20, 1972 220.54 

Do do Mar. 23-28, 1972 210.94 

Do do Mar. 31-Apr. 10. 1972 229.18 

Do do Apr. 13-17, 1972 225.34 

Do do Apr.21-May3, 1972 229.18 

William D. Ford 15th, Mich May 18-22, 1972 95.00 

Ella T. Grasso. 6th, Conn do_ 70.00 

Charles S.Gubser 10th, Calif May 28-30, 1972 414.40 

Durward G. Hall 7th, Mo June 1-5, 1972 294. 50 

Orval Hansen 2d, Idaho May 24-27, 1972 356.00 

Floyd V. Hicks 6th, Wash May 25-29, 1972 393.00 

Richard H. Ichord 8th, Mo May 25-28, 1972 175.80 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr 11th, Ind May 25-26, 1972 101. CO 

Harold T.Johnson 2d. Calif May 26-29. 1972 244.50 

Robert E. Jones 8th, Ala Apr. 28-Mav 7, 1972 174.24 

William J. Keating 1st, Ohio May 18-24. 1972 81.52 

Dan Kuykendall 9th, Tenn May 4-5, 1972 156.00 

Do do May26-31, 1972 227.88 

John Kyi 4th, lovi^a May 19-21, 1972 208.40 

Speedy O.Long 8th, La.* May 25-26, 1972 134.52 

Robert McClory 12th, 111.. May 25-30, 1972 206.60 

James A. McClure 1st, Idaho June 1-4, 1972 344.00 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.. 18th, Calif May 25-29, 1972 400.24 

Dawson Mathis 2d,Ga Mar. 17-20, 1972 122.40 

Do do May 25-31, 1972 . 122.40 

AbnerJ.Mikva 2d, 111 May 24-25, 1972 105.60 

Wilbur D. Mills 2d, Ark.* May 19, 1972 89. CO 

Patsy T. Mink 2d, Hawaii May 26-30, 1972 701.12 

Lucien IM. Nedzi 14th, Mich May 29, 1972 96.00 

Carl D. Perkins 7th, Ky May 25-29, 1972 135.48 

Jerry L Pettis 33d, Caiif May 27-29, 1972 388. CO 

John J. Rhodes ist, Ariz___ May 25-28, 1972 340.00 

J. Edward Roijsh.. _ 4th, hid May 18-22, 1972 113.00 

William J. Scherle 7th, Iowa . May 25-29, 1972 196.80 

James V.Stanton. 20th Ohio May21,1972__ 80.00 

Burt L. Talcott 12th, Calif May 25-29, 1972 397.36 

Frank Thompson, Jr 4th, N.J 1972 750.00 

Vernon W.Thomson 3d, Wis May 25-29, 1972. 244.14 

Guy VanderJagt 9th, Mich Mar. 17-19, 1972 143.92 

William C. Wampler 9th, Va.... _ _. May 11-15, 1972 96.60 

Richard C.White 16th, Tex May 24-29, 1972 294.00 

Jim Wright _._ 12th, Tex May 12-14, 1972 242.80 

JohnW. Wydler _. 4th, N.Y 1972 750.00 

C.W. Bill Young... _ 8th, Fla May 18-22, 1972 170.00 

14 9974 Otto E. Passman 5th, La June 5-12, 1972. .__ 265.68 

15 10033 Charles H.Wilson.. 31st, Calif _ May 25-June 7, 1972 388.00 

10083 BillChappell,Jr__. 4th, Fla June 8-11, 1972 222.00 

10087 John H. Rousselot 24th, Calif May 25-30, 1972 404.32 

16 10090 Frank Annunzio 7th, 111 _ _ June 1-5, 1972 144.75 

Walters. Baring.. At Large, Nev May 26-June 4, 1972 412.40 

Nick Begich._ At Large, Alaska... May 24-29, 1972 645.19 

John Brademas._._ 3d, Ind _ June3-5,1972 _ 122.00 

Wm.S. Broomfield 18th, Mich May 31-June 3, 1972 96.00 

J. Herbert Burke.. _. 10th, Fla June 2-5, 1972 186.00 

Omar Burleson 17th, Tex May 25-30, 1972 284.4a 

*One way. 



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 

1972 

June 16 10090 John W. Byrnes 8th, Wis June 2-4, 1972 $178.00 

Elford A. Cederberg 10th, Mich June 1-6, 1972. . 94.48 

James C.Cleveland 2d, N.H Feb. 9-16, 1972 108.40 

Do do Mar. 9-13, 1972 108.40 

Do do Mar. 29-Apr. 11, 1972 108.40 

Do do Apr.20-25, 1972 108.40 

Barber B. Conable,Jr 37th, N.Y Dec. 11, 1971 . 91.32 

Do do Jan. 21-23, 1972 74.32 

Do do Feb. 25-27, 1972 74.32 

Do do Mar. 24-26, 1972 84.32 

Do do Apr. 13-16, 1972 74.32 

Do do May 15-16, 1972 74.32 

Do do June 2-4, 1972 74.32 

John C. Culver 2d, low/a June 1-5, 1972 174.00 

William P. Cur!in,Jr 6th, Ky Jan. 9-31, 1972 144.72 

Do do Feb. 10-15, 1972 144.72 

Do do Mar. 2-30, 1972 144.72 

Do do Apr. 10-15, 1972 144.72 

Do do__ May 7-12, 1972 144.72 

Glenn R.Davis 9th, Wis June 2-6, 1972 .- 144.00 

John W.Davis 7th, Ga do. 97.00 

John Dellenback 4th,0reg-- May 18-23, 1972 349.00 

William L. Dickinson 2d, Ala May 19-22, 1972. 140.52 

Charles C. DIggs.Jr 13th, Mich.*.. May 12, 1972 48.00 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn. 3d,S.C Jan. 27-31, 1972 109.20 

Do do Feb. 16-17, 1972... 109.20 

Do.. .do Feb. 22-24, 1972 109.20' 

Do do Feb. 29-Mar. 2, 1972 109.20 

Do _-.do Mar. 7-9,1972 109.20 

Do do Apr. 27-30, 1972 109.20 

Don Edwards.-- ..9th, Calif May 30-June 4, 1972 403.60 

Marvin L.Esch 2d, Mich Feb. 11-12, 1972 102.00 

Do do. Feb. 14-16, 1972... 102.00 

Do do Feb. 24-25, 1972.. 102.00 

Do do May 19-23, 1972 102.00 

Do do May 29, 1972 102.00 

Do do June 2-3, 1972 102.00 

Frank E. Evans 3d, Colo June3-4,1972 264.00 

Joe L. Evins 4th,Tenn May 18-30, 1972 156.24 

Dante B. Fascell 12th, Fla Mar. 24-26, 1972 199.64 

Do do-- May 5-8, 1972 199.64 

Gerald R. Ford 5th, Mich June4,1972 129.48. 

Bill Frenzel 3d, Minn... June 2-3, 1972- 155.60 

Louis Frey,Jr 5th, Fla May 18-21, 1972 170.00 

Henry B. Gonzalez-,. 20th, Tex June 1-4, 1972 208. 00 

Edith Green 3d, Greg June 2-5, 1972 388.00 

Charles H. Griffin 3d, Miss May 25-June 7, 1972 267.10 

G. Elliott Hagan.. lst,Ga Mar. 29-Apr. 9, 1972 153.46 

Do do Apr. 27-May 1, 1972 153.46 

Do do.: May 25-June 6, 1972 153.46 

John Paul Hammer- 3d, Ark Sept. 16-22, 1971 297.84 

Schmidt. 

Do do Oct. 6-12, 1971 297.84 

Do do Nov. 19-29, 1971 297.84 

Do do Dec. 16-30, 1971.. 297.84 

Do do Feb. 9-16, 1972 297.84 

Do do Mar. 29-Apr. 10, 1972 ■ 297.84 

Do do May 24-30, 1972 297.84 

Richard T. Hanna 34th, Calif.* May 12, 1972 194.00 

Do do May 25-June 5, 1972. 388.00 

Frank Horton 36th, I^.Y Apr. 21-24, 1972 95.88 

Do do May 4-7, 1972 95.88 

Craig Hosmer... 32d, Calif June2-4,1972 397.00 

Ed Jones 8th,Tenn Jan 16-27,1972 213.00 

Do do Apr. 22-May8,1972 213.00 

Joseph E. Karth 4th, Minn June 1-3, 1972 186.00 

Jack F. Kemp 39th, IN.Y June 2-4, 1972 89.28 

Phil M. Landrum 9th, Ga June 8-12, 1972 126.00 

Arthur A. Link 2d, N. Dak May 25-30, 1972 305.84 

Sherman P. Lloyd 2d, Utah June 2-6, 1972 325.00 

Manuel Lujan,Jr 1st, N. Mex May 15-25, 1972 234.00 

Wiley Mayne 6th, Iowa May 25-30, 1972 226.40 

Ralph H. Metcalfe 1st, III June 5-12, 1972 146.60 

Robert H. Michel 18th, III Mar. 22-29, 1972 204.62: 

Do do Apr. 17-27, 1972 204.62 

Do do May 15-June 1, 1972 204.62 

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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 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

June 16 10090 Wilbur D. Mills 2d, Ark.* May 30, 1972 $89.00 

G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery. 4th, Miss June3-5,1972 174.00 

Morgan F. Murphy 3d, 111 May 15-18, 1972 196.58 

James G.O'Hara 12th, Mich Feb. 24-27, 1972 106.80 

Do do Apr. 14-16, 1972 106.80 

Do do..-. Apr. 23,1972 106.80 

Do .do May 1-2, 1972 105.80 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr 8th, Mass June 8-12, 1972 126.60 

J.J. Pickle 10th, Tex May 28-30, 1972 249.20 

Walter E. Powell 24th, Ohio May 5-7, 1972 92.40 

Do do May 11-14, 1972 92.40 

Do ..do.* May 18,1972__. 43.40 

Do .-do.* May 21, 1972 46.20 

Do. .do May 25-29, 1972 134.66 

Do do June 2-4, 1972. 134.66 

Tom Railsback 19th, III June 2-5, 1972 152.00 

John R. Rarick 6th, La Mar. 16-Apr. 9, 1972 206.20 

Dan Rostenkowski 8th, IIL..- June 9-11, 1972 196.58 

Harold Runnels.. 2d, 1^. Mex June 2-7, 1972- 346.80 

Philip E. Ruppe 11th, Mich. May 26-28, 1972 150. 20 

Paul S. Sarbanes 4th, Md 1972 750.00 

George E. Shipley 23d, III Mar. 10-13, 1972. 174.86 

Do do... - Aor. 21-24, 1972. 174.86 

Do do May 12-15, 1972 174.86 

B. F. Sisk 16th, Calif June 1-3, 1972- 420.00 

JoeSkubitz 5th, Kans _ Feb. 11-14, 1972 209.63 

Do -do- Mar. 3-5, 1972 190.32 

Do -..do Mar. 2^-26, 1972 201.24 

Do..- do- -. -.. June 2-4, 1972 193.16 

Roberto. Stephens, Jr.... 10th, Ga May 11-15, 1972 152.20 

Do do May 25-June 2, 1972 149.98 

Roy A. Taylor 11th, N.C June3-4,1972 91.36 

A! UlJman 2d, Oreg... June 1-4, 1972 422.04 

Charles A. Vanik 22d, Ohio May 27-30. 1972 80.00 

Do do June9-12,1972 80.00 

Jamie L. Whitten-.. 2d, Miss June 2-6, 1972 143.60 

Charles E. Wiggins 25th, Calif Apr. 1-9, 1972 388.00 

2110157 John Melcher 2d, Mont.* June 18, 1972 236.32 

27 10339 James C. Corman 22d, Calif.* Apr. 20, 1972 165.00 

10340 Do. -.-. ....do -. Apr. 27, 1972. 204.00 

10341 Do do May 14, 1972 160.00 

10342 Do do M3yl8,1972 199.00 

10343 Do do May 25-30, 1972 408.00 

28 10386 CarlAlbert 3d, Okia ...- June 9-11, 1972 233.28 

Glenn M. Anderson 17th, Calif Apr. 20-24, 1972 398.56 

Do do Apr. 27-30, 1972 398.56 

John B. Anderson 16th, III June 16-18, 1972 121.20 

Frank Annunzio 7th, l!l June 8-12, 1972 144.75 

Do do June 17, 1972 144.75 

Leslie C. Arends 17th, Ml Jan. 20-21, 1972 162.00 

Do- do Jan. 27-30, 1972 156.08 

Do do Feb. 24-27, 1972 156.08 

Do do Mar. 9-14, 1972 162.00 

Do do- Apr. 14-16,1972 150.16 

Do do May 26-29, 1972 150.16 

LesAspin-'- 1st, Wis June 8-12, 1972 1^8.80 

NickBegich At Large, Alaska May 11-14, 1972 44.32 

Page Belcher 1st, OkIa June 2-5, 1972 206.00 

Charles E. Bennett 3d, Fla June 8-11, 1972 108.00 

Tom Bevill 7th, Ala June 16-19, 1972 170.43 

HaleBoggs 2d, La.* June 9, 1972 100.44 

Richard Boiling 5th, Mo June 17-18, 1972 196.00 

Gary Brown 3d, Mich... Apr. 28-May 1, 1972 134.44 

Do do May 25-29, 1972 140.40 

Bill D. Burlison.. 10th, Mo June 8-12, 1972 233.16 

Phillip Burton 5th, Calif May 24-June 11, 1972 399.52 

Cliffard D. Carlson 15th, IIL.- June 8-11, 1972 149.60 

Elford A. Cederberg 10th, Mich June 16-19, 1972... 98.96 

Donald D. Clancy 2d, Ohio Apr. 14-16, 1972.. 76.02 

Do do... June 12-15, 1972 76.00 

Don H. Clausen 1st, Calif Mar. 23-26, 1972. 411. 06 

Do._ - do .-. Apr. 3-9, 1972 490.48 

Del Clawson-.. 23d, Calif.. May 23-June 13, 1972 400. 24 

James C. Cleveland 2d, N.H Apr. 12-17, 1972 108.40 

John W. Davis 7th, Ga May 26, 1972 98.00 

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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 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1972 

June 28 10386 John Dowdy 2d, Tex IVlay 5-8, 1972 $218.40 

Do do Wlay28-June7,1972 348.83 

Paul FiRdTey^\V"--'""'."2'6th, III May 19-22, 1972 128.00 

Do do June i-3, 1972 146.80 

Thomas S. Foley 5fh, Wash IVIay 19-23, 1972 345.50 

Eligio de la Garza 15th, Tex May 26-27, 1972 282.00 

Do do June2-3,1972 282.00 

TomS. Gettys 5th, S.C June 9-13, 1972 101.75 

Henry B. Gonzalez 20th, Tex June 15-18, 1972. 233.00 

Martha W. Griffiths.. 17th, Mich June 1-5, 1972 96.00 

H. R. Gross. 3d, Iowa June 8-11, 1972 134.00 

Charles S. Gubser 10th, Calif. June 4-6, 1972 414.40 

Lee H. Hamilton 9th, Ind June 8-10, 1972 136.96 

John Paul Hammer- 3d, Ark Apr. 20-May 7, 1972 297.84 

Schmidt. „„ „„ 

James F. Hastings 38th, N.Y June 9-11, 1972 98. 00 

F. Edward Habert 1st, La.* June 14, 1972 103.80 

Elwood Hillis 5th, Ind May 4-8, 1972 153.12 

Chet Holifield 19th, Calif May 17-June 7, 1972 349.00 

Frank Horton 36th, N.Y June 9-11, 1972 95.88 

Richard H. ichord 8th, Mo June 9-11, 1972 192.80 

Do do June 15-18, 1972 192.80 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr llth, Ind June 9-11, 1972.. 147.50 

Robert W. Kastenmeier... 2d, Wis June 9-11, 1972 158.00 

Peter N.Kyros 1st, Maine Apr. 21-23, 1972 143.64 

Do do May 25-29, 1972 143.64 

Robert LLeggett. 4th, Calif Apr. 13-17, 1972 414.25 

Do do .... May 11-15, 1972 414.26 

^^ ^^ June 8-12, 1972 414.26 

Speedy oVLong.: 8th, La June 3-9, 1972 269.04 

Mike McCormack 4th, Wash June 9-13, 1972 427.12 

Do do June 16-18, 1972... 403.04 

Jack McDonald i9th, Mich May 28-31, 1972. 150.06 

Do do June 2-4, 1972 151.62 

TorbertH. Macdonafd.... 7th, Mass May 23-26, 1972... 131.44 

Do do June 8-12, 1972 131.44 

Spark M. iviatsunaga Ist, Hawaii June 10-12, 1972 H^'l^ 

George P. Miller 8th, Calif May 11-June 14, 1972. 395.00 

Patsy T. Mink 2d, Hawaii June 2-5, 1972 719. 12 

J.J. Pickle 10th, Tex. June 16-18, 1972 255.20 

Robert D. Price 18th, Tex June 1-4, 1972 213.84 

Edward R. Roybal 30th, Calif May 25-June 7, 1972 233.00 

Philip E.Ruppe llth, Mich June 8-10, 1972.... 194.12 

William J. Scherle 7th, Iowa June 9-10, 1972 186.80 

Keith G.Sebelius 1st, Kans May 4-9, 1972 354.24 

Do do June 15-20, 1972 354.24 

Richard G. Shoup 1st, Mont May 11-16, 1972 374.56 

Do do May 19-23, 1972 369.80 

Garner E.Shriver 4th, Kans June 8-12, 1972.. 216.00 

James W. Symington 2d, Mo May 19-20, 1972 158.00 

Do do June 17-19, 1972 158.00 

Guy VanderJagt 9th, Mich May 6-7, 1972 128.80 

JoeD. Waggonner,Jr 4th, La June4-9, 1972 ^irSH 

William C. Wampler 9th, Va June 8-12, 1972 96.60 

Richard C. White 16th, Tex June 9-10, 1972 298. 00 

Charles H. Wilson 31st, Calif June 9-12, 1972 388.00 

Do do. June 15-17, 1972 388.00 

29 10431 Mendel J. D"avis_. lst,S.C June 8-13, 1972.. .- 108.00 

10432 Do do May 4-7, 1972 108.00 

30 10462 Johns. Monagan 5th, Conn June 15-19, 1972 n^ocln. 

Refunds and adjustments... ' (^- ^^'^- ^'*f 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 421,450.63 



*One way. _ .-,.,.,,-,. 

J Includes refunds of $750.00 from Congressman Walter E. Powell; $1,297.92 from Congressman Edwin W. Edwards; 
and $334.00 from Congressman Sam Steiger. 



1972 




Jan. 17 


5331 


20 


542(1 




54? I 


27 


Sfifi? 


Mar. 20 


7273 



276 

DEIAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

OFFICIAL EMPLOYEES' TRANSPORTATION EXPENSES 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for employees, round trip, between 
Wasiiington, D.C.and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 127a: 

Congressional 
Employee Congressman district Date 

Clara Ignatius Edward R. Roybal 30th, Calif Jan. 14-21, 1971 $233.00 

John Francis iVlahoney_. James IVl. Hanley 35th, N.Y June 11-14, 1971 94.56 

Alfred A. Porro.Jr Henry Hslstoski 9th, N.J Jan. 20-21, 1971 54.84 

DeAnna L. DeLong Garry Brown 3d, Mich May 27-June 7, 1971. 147.26 

Johnnie B. HohnadeL... G. Elliott Hagan 1st, Ga Feb. 11-16, 1971 153. 46 

Refunds and adjustments 103.82 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations - 786.94 

Jan. 3 5078 Charles R. Freburg LaMarBaker.. 3d,Tenn Dec. 17-21, 1971 145.44 

Leonard Saari Lloyd Meeds 2d, Wash Dec. 12-19, 1971 398.80 

John Duncan _ Robert H. Mollohan.-.- 1st, W. Va Dec. 13-16, 1971 62.90 

JaneFeldman Bertram L. Podell 13th, N.Y Dec. 16-18, 1971 92.00 

Peggy Murphy do do do 92.00 

James C.Harper.. LouisStokes 21st, Ohio Dec. 17-20, 1971 64.00 

Harold F. Eberle,Jr Victor V. Veysey 38th, Calif Nov. 14-21, 1971 291.60 

David L. Batt . ... Joe D. Waggoner, Jr... 4th, La.* Dec.15,1971. 155.28 

J.RayDotson William C. Wampler.... 9th, Va Dec. 3-6, 1971 96.60 

4 5092 Richard C. Clark John C. Culver. 2d, Iowa Dec. 10-15, 1971 174.00 

W. IVluliins McLeod Mendel J. Davis lst,S.C Dec.5-8,1971 82.00 

Ann D. Bolton Edward J. Derwinski... 4th, III Dec. 2-6, 1971 184.42 

Carolyn M.SIadek John N. ErIenborn 14th, III Oct. 21-24, 1971 102.00 

Walter J. Pittman L.H.Fountain 2d,N.C Aug.6-9,1971 66.00 

Ted L.Daniel ..do do Oct. 15-16, 1971 66.00 

Arlene M. Hennessey... Cornelius E. Gallagher. 13th, N.J Dec. 3-6,1971 60.00 

JohnE.Cox,Jr .. Barry M. Goldwater, Jr. 27th, Calif Nov. 6-29, 1971 727.80 

Estelle T. Sullivan William J. Green 5th, Pa Nov. 29-Dec. 1. 40.90 

1971. 

John Beekman Richard T. Hanna 34th, Calif Nov. 25-Dec. 6, 335.56 

1971. 

Diane E. Prince Hastings Keith 12th, Mass Aug. 13-Sept. 8, 121.00 

1971. 

Cleomine B. Lewis Ralph H. Metcalfe 1st, III Nov. 23-29, 1971.... 112.00 

Steven Rautenberg do do.* Dec. 5, 1971 54.50 

Edward Goodin John E. Moss 3d, Calif.* Dec. 11, 1971 369.33 

Oscar A. Amos Thomas M. Pelly 1st, Wash Dec. 1-8, 1971 519.20 

Shirlee Enders McGloon. J. William Stanton 11th, Ohio Aug. 9-14, 1971 97.52 

R.Burnett Thompson... G. William Whitehurst.. 2d,Va Nov. 18-21, 1971 55.80 

Doug Gregory .... C. W. Bill Young 8th. Fla Dec. 1-3, 1971 138.00 

6 5158 J.Volsky .. John Melcher 2d, Mont Dec. 19-26, 1971 216.00 

7 5177 Donald L Johnson John Dowdy 2d, Tex.* Oct. 19, 1971 173.40 

11 5217 Victor Kamber Seymour Halpern 6th, N.Y Sept. 5-11, 1971 70.00 

12 5247 William R. Cheal LaMarBaker 3d,Tenn Dec. 26-29, 1971 145.44 

Gerald Schaffer Walter S. Baring At Large, Nov.. . Nov. 1-Dec. 22, 695.24 

1971. 

Cora C. Bane William P. Curlin, Jr... 6th, Ky.. Dec. 22-27, 1971 64.50 

David C. Pruitt 111 Jack Edwards 1st, Ala do 252.60 

David M. McFall Lee H. Hamilton 9th, Ind Dec. 21-22, 1971 123.76 

James G. Hanchett Craig Hosmer 32d, Calif Dec. 17-27, 1971 388.00 

RobertCouto Hastings Keith 12th, Mass Sept. 2-8. 1971 83.92 

Annl.Loring Peter N.Kyros 1st, Maine Dec. 22-29, 1971 152.64 

James Goller James A. McClure 1st, Idaho Aug. 1-14, 1971 354.00 

Do do do Oct. 17-Nov. 9, 1971. 349.00 

Ronald C. R'omans John Y. McCollister.... 2d, Nebr Sept. 23-27, 1971... 156.00 

Judith L. Barnett James D. (Mike) 1st, Colo Dec. 28-30, 1971 264.00 

McKevitt. 

Marsha P. Berger .do do Dec. 13-18, 1971 238.00 

Timothys. Rothermel.. F. Bradford Morse 5th, Mass July 1-8, 1971 128.24 

James G. Pyrros Lurien N. Nedzi 14th, Mich. Oct. 8-12, 1971 144.34 

Thomas Coler J. Edward Roush 4lh, Ind Dec. 10-19, 1971 135.53 

Dani9l Maldonado Edward R. Roybal 30th, Calif Dec. 18-29, 1971 233.00 

Richard A. Brown. James H. Scheuer 22d, N.Y Dec. 22-27, 1971 73.98 

Irene L. Peterson Leonor K. Sullivan 3d, Mo Dec. 17-31, 1971 214.20 

William J. Dennis, Jr... Vernon W. Thomson... 3d, Wis Dec. 18-29, 1971 244.14 

James K. Pedley Charles A. Vanik 22d, Ohio Dec. 19-26, 1971 101.48 

5258 George Minor Parren J. Mitchell 7th, Md Jan. 6, 1972 11.52 

5259 Do do do._- Jan. 11, 1972 11.52 

17 5346 H. Donald Harper John H. Rousselot 24th, Calif Jan. 2-8, 1972 404.32 

19 5366 Ronald L. Strouse Edward G. Blester, Jr... 8th, Pa Sept. 25, 1971 46.84 

Do do. .. . .do Nov. 10-11, 1971.... 46.84 

Thomas toman Wm. S. Broomfield 18th, Mich Dec. 12, 1971. 96.00 

J. Gene Curella J. Herbert Burke 10th, Fla Dec. 18, 1971-Jan. 301.68 

5, 1972. 

Michal Sue Prosser Bill D. Burlison.. 10th, Mo Dec. 23, 1971-Jan. 3, 227. 16 

1972. 

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277 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

lie 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 — Continued 

Congressional 
Employee Congressman district Date 

1972 

n. 19 5366 John E. Clark William P. Curlin, Jr... 6th, Ky Dec. 13-14, 1971 $94. 00 

Roberts T. Jones Marvin L. Esch 2d, Mich Aug. 17-20, 1971 102.00 

Linda J. Roberts Tom S. Gettys 5th, S.C* Dec. 25, 1971 52.55 

Nancy Lewinsohn Ella T. Grasso 6th, Conn Aug. 13-23, 1971 70.00 

Edward Forand... do do Aug. 14-Sept. 26, 96.80 

1971. 

Rosetta Pagnella William L. Hungate.... 9th, Mo Dec. 23-30, 1971 230. 16 

Juanita B. Mosher John Jarman 5th, Okia Dec. 8-29, 1971 348. 99 

Alvina McHale . Morgan F. Murphy 3d, III Dec. 20-23, 1971 196.58 

Cynthia Ann Fletcher do __-.do Dec. 13-17, 1971.... 196. 58 

Thomas W. Lambeth.... Richardson Prayer 6th, N.C Dec. 21-28, 1971 77.98 

Richard A. Kline. . . Thomas M. Rees 26th, Calif Dec. 12-21, 1971 388.00 

Wm. Michael Kitzmiller. Ogden R. Reid 26th, N.Y Nov. 22, 1971 62.44 

James H. Dykstra.. . William A. Steiger 6th, Wis Dec. 20, 1971-Jan. 106.00 

3, 1972. 

Brenda G. Liggins . . Louis Stokes 21st, Ohio* Dec. 22, 1971 32.00 

Terrence L Bracy.. Morris K. Udall 2d, Ariz Dec. 1-13, 1971 232.00 

Gladys Lieberg Charles E. Wiggins 25th, Calif Dec. 17, 19/1- 277.00 

Jan. 1,1972. 

George Cretekos C. W. Bill Young 8th, Fla.* Dec. 23, 1971 68.40 

.21 5470 Rita C.Williams George H. Mahon 19th, Tex Dec. 23,1971- 217.20 

Jan. 19, 1972. 

22 5534 Howard M.Moffett John B. Anderson 16th, III.* Jan. 6, 1972 51.00 

Robert H.Atkinson Good loe E. Byron 6th, Md Oct. 2,1971 11.64 

Do .do - -do Nov. 13, 1971 11.64 

Steven ]. dervlontmonin. Don Fuqua 2d, Fla.* Dec. 22, 1971 97.68 

Edward Forand Ella T. Grasso 6th, Conn Aug. 20-Sept. 25, 110.22 

1971. 

Jean E.Gordon . Charles S. Gubser 10th, Calif Dec. 16-22, 1971 395.20 

John Francis Mahoney. James M. Hanley 35th, N.Y Sept. 10-13, 1971.... 94. 56 

Vernice Holifield Chet Holifield 19th, Calif Dec. 16,1971- 291.00 

Jan. 6, 1972. 

RonayArIt .. .. Edward I. Koch 17th, N.Y_. Aug. 19-Sept. 10, 62.00 

1971. 

Nancy Allen. K. Gunn McKay 1st, Utah Dec. 21, 1971- 239.80 

Jan. 3, 1972. 

OscarJohnson. . Patsy T. Mink 2d, Hawaii Jan. 2-11, 1972 428.25 

Mary Elva Rice_... Bill Nichols 4th, Ala... Dec. 14-31, 1971 198.10 

William R.Leonard Jerry L. Pettis 33d, Calif.. Dec. 23, 1971- 270.00 

Jan. 9, 1972. 

Charles Macmurdo John R. Rarick. 6th, La Nov. 21-28, 1971 199.00 

Mary Etta Meyer. Teno Roncalio At Large, Wyo... Nov. 19, 1971- 420.00 

Jan. 2, 1972. 

Mary Cay Glynn.. Leonor K. Sullivan 3d, Mo Dec. 23, 1971- 118. 00 

Jan. 2, 1972. 

Ola M. Fogleman do do do 118.00 

LorenC. Cox Al Ullman 2d, Oreg Jan. 3-13, 1972 388.00 

b. 2 5947 Alan A. Butchman Brock Adams 7th, Wash Jan. 10-12, 1972 403.00 

Rosalie Sevier Page Belcher 1st, Okla.* Jan. 17, 1972 103.00 

Nick Van Nelson Charles E. Bennett 3d, Fla Jan. 4-8, 1972 115.00 

Barbara A. Rathe Hale Boggs 2d, La Dec. 23, 1971-Jan. 2, 285.96 

1972. 

DeAnna L. Delong Garry Brown 3d, Mich Sept. 2-6, 1971 147.26 

William E.Stodart Don H.Clausen 1st, Calif Nov. 5-14, 1971 423.90 

Anita S.Charles Del Clawson... 23d, Calif Dec. 18, 1971- 400.24 

Jan. 9, 1972. 

W. Mullins McLeod Mendel J. Davis. 1st, S.C Jan. 10-11, 1972.... - 90.00 

Arthur 0. Anderson Frank E. Denholm 1st, S. Dak Dec. 19, 1971- 274.93 

Jan. 16, 1972. 

Richard H.Evans Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont. At Large, Del.. Dec. 22, 1971 28.20 

Glenn G. Kenton do do Dec. 27-29, 1971 28.20 

J. Dale Thorn. __ _. Edwin W. Edwards 7th, La Jan. 1-10, 1972 324.48 

William V. Browne Edwin B. Forsythe 6th, N.J Oct. 7,1971 49.00 

Robert E. L. Rhodes Tom S. Gettys 5th, S.C* Jan. 26, 1972 52.55 

Kenneth M. Bellis John E. Hunt 1st, N.J Jan. 5-9, 1972 40.40 

Cherry M. Katayama.... Spark M. Matsunaga... 1st, Hawaii Dec. 13-31, 1971 706.78 

Edward J.Goodin.Jr... John E. Moss 3d, Calif.* Jan. 11, 1972 369.33 

Paul D. Hinkle do do* Jan. 11, 1972 369.33 

TedA.Smits Thomas IVl. Pelly 1st, Wash Jan. 3-13, 1972 558.20 

Theodore L. Barry Peter A. Peyser 25th, N.Y Jan. 8-17, 1972 84.71 

Ronald L. Martinson.... Robert D. Price 18th, Tex Jan. 9-17, 1972 228.40 

E.Jeffrey Wentworth do do.* Jan. 6, 1972 209.68 

Marilyn Cooper Henry S. Reuss. 5th, Wis Dec. 10-17, 1971 106.00 

Anthony LCoelho B. F. Sisk 16th, Calif Nov. 24-28, 1971.... 380.16 

Do... . do do Dec. 7, 1971 175.08 

Garnette Jones JoeSkubitz 5th, Kans.* Dec. 10, 1971 95.38 

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278 

DETAfLED STATEMENT OF DISBUS^SEMENTS FROEVi CONTINGENT FUND 

Data No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for employees, round trip, 
between V/ashington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
127a — Continued 

Congressional 
Employee Congressman district Date 

1972 

Feb. 2 5947 Elizabetli McKay Smith. 11. Allen Smitli 20th,Caiif.* Jan. 14, 1972 $145.50 

David M. Elder Robert G. Stephens, J r_ 10th, Ga Dec. 10, 1971-Jan. 149.98 

10, 1972. ^ 

Mary Jane Link Lionel Van Deerlin 37th, Calif.* Dec. 22, 1971 103.00 

David L. Batt Joe D. Waggonner, Jr_. 4th La.* Jan. 2, 1972 160.07 

9 6120 Elizabeth S. Neale Bill Alexander 1st, Ark Jan. 6-8, 1972 122.00 

Howard M. IVloffett John B. Anderson 16th, ill.* Dec. 20, 1971 51.00 

Peter KInzlar Thomas L. Ashley 9th, Ohio Jan. 10-14, 1972 118.32 

Davis B. Carter Jack Brooks 9th, Tex Jan. 13-16, 1972 236.00 

Randolph H. Parro Patrick T. Caffery 3d, La Dec. 16-31, 1971 314.40 

Arlene M. Farlow Frank IVI. Clark 25th. Pa Jan. 6-9, 1972 77.66 

William Joslin James C. Cleveland.... 2d, N.H Dec. 23, 1971-Jan. 141.00 

16, 1972. mW4 

Joseph A. [Jewell Harold R. Collier. 10th, 111 Jan. 20-21, 1972 105.95 

Trent Lott William M. Colmer 5th, Miss.* Jan. 20 1972 131. 76 

Celia Hare Martin Ellgio de la Garza 15th, Tex.. Jan. 1-14, 1972 299.25 

William V. Browne Edwin B. Forsythe 6th, N.J Aug. 26, 1971 51.00 

Margaret J. Bergin Kenneth J. Gray 21st, III.* Jan. 18, 1972 216.88 

David S. Carlton do do do 216.88 

Clifton Allen F. Edward Hebert 1st, La.* Jan. 20, 1972 133.92 

Beverly Pearson John C. Kluczynski 5th, 111 Nov. 20-26, 1971 192.88 

Do do do Dec. 26-30,1971 192.88 

Marlon E. Otsea Viflliiam S. Mailliard.... 6th, Calif Nov.30-Dec.7, 1971. 391.50 

Rita M. DeCenzo John J. Rhodes 1st, Ariz.. Jan. 9-16, 1972 270.00 

Virginia Fletcher Dan Rostenkowski 8th, III Jan. 10-23, 1972 196.58 

Richard Hapke Harold Runnels 2d,N. Mex Dec. 20, 1971-Jan. 458.52 

17, 1972. 

C. Patrick Roberts Keith G. Sebelius 1st, Kans Jan. 26-31, 1972 354. 24 

William E. Tanner Gene Snyder 4th, Ky._. Oct. 13-20, 1971 90.00 

Rachel Halterman Charles Thone 1st, Nebr Jan. 6-16, 1972 162.00 

Marshall L. Lynam Jim Wright 12th, Tex.* Dec. 27, 1971 91.60 

14 6324 DrewTldwell Ben B. Blackburn 4th,Ga__._ Jan. 23-30, 1972 126.00 

Joseph A. Nowell Harold R. Collier 10th, 111.* Jan. 30, 1972 102.46 

William T. Kendall Peter H. B. Frellng- 5th, N.J.. Jan. 21-24, 1972 61. 10 

huysen. 

Malcolm H. Cross Edith Green 3d, Oreg Jan. 4-23, 1972 728.40 

Lindas. Wahler do do Jan. 2-18, 1972 728.40 

Mildred Hamberg John Jarman 5th,0kla Jan. 13-17, 1972 224.60 

LolsTomczak Jack F. Kemp 39th, N.Y Dec. 2-18, 1971 62.00 

Jim Redmond Richard G. Shoup 1st, Mont Jan. 2-16, 1972 340.92 

James F. Gibson.. Guy Vander Jagt 9th, Mich Jan. 19-23, 1972 103.84 

15 6330 RcyCarlson Julia Butler Hansen.... 3d, Wash.* Feb. 2, 1972 201.20 

16 6345 Do.. do_ .. .. do.* Feb. 14, 1972 201.20 

23 648S Thomas M.Gilbert George Andrews 3d, Ala Dec. 1, 1971-Jan. 9, 205.92 

1972. 

Iric Nathasison Donald M. Eraser 5th, Minn Jan. 14-23, 1972 146.00 

J. E. Stiner,Jr William H. Harsha 6th, Ohio Feb. 4-5, 1972 73.00 

FredJ. Mutz James J. Howard 3d, N.J Jan. 19-22, 1372 60.48 

Timothy F. Sullivan do do Feb. 3-7,1972 60.48 

David J.Concannon Jack F. Kemo 39th, N.Y Feb. 1-8, 1972 70.00 

Linda Turner James A. McClure 1st, Idaho Jan. 29-Feb. 13, 344.00 

1972. 

Joseph P. Donahue John S. Monagan 5th, Conn Jan. 28-31, 1972 94.86 

John B. Bruff James G. 0* Hara 12th, Mich Feb. 3-4, 1972 104.50 

Daniel P. Newman do do._ do 99.00 

LeeH.Grelf Peter A. Peyser 25th, N.Y Feb. 10-12, 1972.... 84.71 

Paul E. Pendergast William R. Roy 2d, Kans Jan. 21-31, 1972 298.28 

Gerard F.Schiaopa Louis C. Wy.iian 1st, N.H Feb. 1-8, 1972 131.70 

Mar. 2 6811 Charles Ward... ..__ Ronald V. Dellums 7th, Calif __ Feb. 11-14, 1972 408.00 

6814 R. Roger Majak Jonathan B. Bingham.. 23d, N.Y Feb. 14, 1972 47.90 

Gale D.Johnson Rav Blanton 7th,Tenn.* Feb. 18, 1972 103.68 

Michael C. McPherson.. William L. Clay 1st, Mo Jan. 21, 1972.. 212.80 

Mary Kay Meenahan.... Edward J. Derwinski... 4th, 111.. Feb.5-13,1972 184.42 

Nell B. Hampton William L. Dickinson... 2d, Ala Feb.8-12,1972 150.00 

George Stevens.. Marvin L. Esch 2d, Mich. Jan. 10-14, 1972 80.00 

Charles 0. Whitley David N. Henderson.... 3d, N.C Sept. 16-20, 1971.... 85.80 

Do do do Oct. 14-18, 1971 85.80 

Therman Kaidahl Arthur A. Link 2d, N. Dak Feb. 15-20, 1972 207.84 

PaulD. LaFond Paul N. McCloskey,Jr_. 11th, Calif Jan. 20-25, 1972 388.00 

Ronald C. Romans John Y. McCollister 2d, Nebr Feb. 6-12, 1972 179.00 

Francis E.O'Gorman Joseph M. McDade 10th, Pa.. Dec.3-6,1971 62.66 

Robert W. Busha._ William S. Mailliard.... 6th, Calif Feb. 13-18, 1972 315.00 

Donald D. Sullivan Wiley Mayne 6th, Iowa Feb. 5-16, 1972 323.16 

Joseph P. Donahue John S. Monagan 5th, Conn Feb. 16-18, 1972 94.86 

Eugene Callahan Morgan F. Murphy 3d, III Jan. 31-Feb. 4,1972.. 196.58 

Sherwood L. Boehlert... Alexander PIrnie 32d,N.Y.. Feb.9-15,1972 99-60 

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279 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



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 — Continued 

Congressional 
Employee Congressman district Date 

972 

r. 2 6814 Donald L. Robinson..... Henry S. Reuss 5th, Wis Jan 20, 1972 $104.00 

Alma D. Butler Robert L. F. Sikes 1st, Fla Dec.l7, 1971-Jan.9, 135.60 

Ann Kelley Foster.. ...do --r-^°* - ?^'^-PA^Ph-rnii- ofo'l? 

• Tom Dawson Neal Smith Dth, Iowa Jan. 4-Feb. 12, 1972. 272.64 

Thnmas J. Ernst James W. Symington... 2d, Mo Jan. 11-12, 1972 130.00 

3 6912 Russell A. Rourke Henry P. Smith !ll...__ 40th, N.Y F8b.25-Mar.2 1972 106.72 

7 6965 Alan A. Butchman Brock Adams 7th, Wash Jan.31-Feb.l5,1972. ^03.00 

Eugene A. Kennedy Nick Begich At Large, Feb. 9-21, 1972 602.44 

. Nick Van Nelson Charles E. Bennett 3d, Fla.< Feb. 9, 1972 54.00 

' Vernice Holifield Chet Holifield 19th, Calif Feb. 11-21, 1972 339.50 

William E. Rasco. Robert E. Jones 8th, Ala Feb. 14-24, 1972.... 158.40 

Francis E. O'Gorman.... Joseph M. McDade 10th, Pa Dec. 10-13, 1971. „§2. 66 

Elizabeth Teitgen Alvin E. O'Konski 10th, Wis Jan.20-Feb.l4,1972. 280.88 

JanZeszutek ... do do -do 280.88 

Martha K. Williams Otto E. Passman 5th, La Feb. 10-16, 1972 ?65.68 

Patricia R. Bowley. David Pryor 4th, Ark Aug. 20-27, 1971 178.00 

J Ray Dotson William C. Wampler.... 9th, Va Feb. 18-22, 1972 96. 60 

Jesse L Daffron. Richard C. White 16th, Tex Oct. 1-10, 1971 209.00 

16 7197 JamesA.Wise William R. Anderson... 6th, Tenn Feb. 22-24, 1972 190.d2 

Rosalie Sevier Page Belcher.. lst,Okla.* Feb. 21, 1972 103.00 

CecileSrodes James T. Broyhill 10th, N.C.* Feb. 19, 1972 35.00 

Barbara L. Wlarsden.... John H. Dent 21st, Pa Jan. 27-31, 19/2 54. 74 

Do do - -do- Feb. 17-21,1972 54.74 

John d' Barry Hamilton Fish.Jr 28th, N.Y Feb. 24-23, 1972.... 93.54 

Jean E.Gordon Charles S. Gubser 10th Calif Feb. 11-17, 1972.... 404.80 

James Milton Sparling, James Harvey 8th, Mich Jan. 3-9, 1972 157.08 

■''^Do do do Feb.1-6,1972 167.08 

Charles M. S'aeger Charles M. teague 13th, Calif.* Feb. 6, 1972 359.40 

22 7299 Mitchell A. Rosenfeld... Lawrence Coughlin 13th, Pa Mar. 6-7,1972 41.28 

David J. Umansky Joshua Eilberg 4th, Pa.* Feb. 23, 1972 21. 00 

Do do do.* Feb.24,1972 31.00 

George Stevens... Marvin L. Esch 2d, Mich Mar. 10-12, 1972.... 80.00 

Thomas Hendershot.... William J. Green 5th, Pa Feb. 17-21, 1972 40. 90 

Johnnie B.Hohnadel... G. Elliott Hagan 1st, Ga July 8-12, 1971 153. 4d 

John R. Tarver. Speeay 0. Long 8th, La Feb. 4-Mar. 6, 1972.. 271.44 

John Duncan. Robert H. Mollohan-... lst,W. Va Mar. 1-3, 1972 59.40 

Charles O.lngraham... Howard W. Robison.... 33d, N.Y Feb. 29-iVlar. 3, 1972. 76.80 

Erika Teutsch William F. Ryan 20th, N.Y Aug. 16-18, 1971.... 71.62 

Do do . do* .. Nov. 29,1971 35.75 

Do'"' ' ' do do* Dec. 29,1971 35.75 

Dorothy Vagnozzi Charles W.'Sand'man, Jr. 2d, N.J Mar. 3-5, 1972 .^2.90 

Anthony L. Coelho B. F. Sisk- 16th, Calif Feb. 22-27, 1972.... 330. 00 

Jere B. Ratcliffe Floyd D. Spence.. 2d, S.C Feb. 27-Mar. 1, 1972. 127.78 

24 7392 Rodney A. Smith. Jack Brinkley 3d,Ga Feb. 8-15, 1972 111.00 

Larry M. Wheeler do 3d, Ga Mar. 1-3, 1972.... 118.20 

John E. Mongeon Silvio 0. Conte 1st, Mass Feb. 25-Mar. 5, 1972. 110.04 

Wayne E. Long Mendel J. Davis 1st, S.C Jan. 27-30, 1972 95.00 

Ariene M. Hennessey... Cornelius E.Gallagher.. 13th, N.J Mar. 10-13, 1972.... 60.00 

Thomas J. Brunner William D. Hathaway... 2d, Maine Mar. 10-12, 1972.... 94.00 

Willard A. Burpee Hastings Keith 12Lh, Mass Jan. 11-18, 1972 121.00 

Paul F. Peters John Y. McCol lister.--. 2d, Nebr.* Jan. 26, 1972 78.00 

James G. Pyrros Lucien N. Nedzi 14th, Mich Feb. 11-17, 1972 144.34 

Martha K.Williams Otto E. Passman 5th. La Mar. 3-14, 1972 . 265.68 

Sherwood L. Boehlert... Alexander Pirnie 32d, N.Y Mar. 11-14, 1972.... 99.60 

Willard S. Voit.. John G. Schmitz 35th, Calif Jan. 20-26, 1972 396.40 

Charles G. Houghton-... James W. Symington... 2d, Mo Mar. 10-12, 1972.... 135.00 

J. Ray Dotson.. William C. Wampler.... 9th, Va Mar. 10-13, 1972.... 96.60 

)r. 6 7914 Victor Kamber.. Seymour Halpern. 6th, N.Y Mar. 9-13. 1972 74.46 

10 7994 Naomi Nelson John Young 14th, Tex.* Apr. 5,1972 141.00 

11 7999 Peter E. Gruenstein Les Aspin Ist.Wis Mar. 24-26, 1972.... 150.20 

William P. Hojnacki John Brademas 3d, Ind... Feb. 21-23, 1972 135.00 

Mary K. Meenahan Edward J. Derwinski... 4th, III Mar. 15-24, 1972.... 102.00 

Junius C. Steen William L. Dickinson... 2d, Ala Feb. 15-22, 1972 240.60 

Donald Ruby Elwood Hillis 5th, Ind Feb. 4-24, 1972 153.12 

George L Milstead Robert E. Jones 8th, Ala Mar. 19-28, 1972 158.40 

Ronald C. Romans John Y. McCollister.... 2d, Nebr.* Feb. 6, 1972 78.00 

8001 Jennifer J. Neilson Julia Butler Hansen. .. 3d, Wash Mar. 30-Apr. 10, 408.40 

1972. 

12 8025 Hector Alcalde Sam Gibbons 6th, Fla Apr. 1-10, 1972 247.68 

8040 J. Dale Thorn Edwin W. Edwards 7th, La Mar. 18-31, 1972.... 324.48 

Kim Clark. W. R.Hull, Jr 6th, Mo Mar. 30-Apr. 1, 1972. 190.00 

Michael F. Dineen Dan Kuykendall 9th, Tenn Mar. 29-31, 1972 122.00 

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280 

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 — Continued 

Congressional 
Employee Congressman district Date 



Apr. 12 8040 


Major L. McGes.. 


. John L. McMillan 


. 6th, S.C 


. Feb. 8-Mar. 14,1972. 


$102.60 




Robert W. Busha 


. Williams. Mailliard.. 


. 6th, Calif.* 


. Mar. 22,1972 


353. 96 




George B. Watts 


, Dawson Mathis 


- 2d,Ga 


. Mar. 10-13,1972.... 


138.72 




Charles 0. Ingraham... 


. Howard W. Robison... 


. 33d, N.Y 


. Mar. 24-26, 1972.... 


76.80 




Paul E. Pendergast 


. William R. Roy.. 


. 2d,Kans. 


. Mar. 30-Apr. 10, 

1972. 
. Mar. 2-9, 1972. 


298. 28 




GoldieM. Eckl 


. George E.Shipley 


. 23d, III 


174. 86 




Michael C. Marden 


. JoeSkubitz 


. 5th,Kans 


. Mar. 24-28,1972.-.. 


153.00 




Thomas C. Parl<er, Jr... 


. Fletcher Thompson... 


. 5th, Ga 


.. Mar. 15-18,1972.... 


165. 24 


13 8113 


Paul A. FitzPatricl< 


. James D. (Mike) 
McKevitt. 


1st, Colo 


. Mar. 28-Apr. 8,1972. 


212. 00 


25 8340 


Charles Seeger 


. Charles M. Teague 


. 13th, Calif 


. Apr. 14-23, 1972...- 


388.00 


8341 


Paul A. Schosberg 


, Herman Badillo 


- 21st, N.Y 


. Apr. 14,1972 


65.70 




Mildred Akins 


. Hugh L. Carey.. 


- 15th, N.Y 


. Mar. 30-Apr. 3, 1972. 


69.88 




Dorothy E. Quarker 


. Charles C. Diggsjr.. 


. 13th, Mich 


. Apr. 8-11,1972 


111.20 




Harry M. Johnston, Jr_. 


, Wm. Jennings Bryan 

Dorn. 
do 


3d S.C* 


.. Dec. 22, 1971 


66.71 




Edward E. Poliakoff 


do 


do 


66.71 




E. M. Hutton 


. Thomas N. Downing. 


. lst,Va 


. Mar. 24-26, 1972.... 


48.50 




Do 


do 


do 


. Mar.31-Apr.3,1972. 


48.50 




William G. Flynn 


. Robert F. Drinan 


. 3d, Mass 


. Mar. 7-9, 1972 


100. 00 




Bernard A. IViandella 


. Joseph M. Gaydos 


. 20th, Pa 


.. Mar. 5-10,1972 


61.34 




Joseph Zajicek 


.... do 


do 


._ Apr. 5-7, 1972 


61.34 




IVlargaret K. Lynch 


. W.R.Hull,Jr 


. 6th, Mo 


.. Mar. 30-Apr. 6, 1972. 


184. 00 




Bernard J. Campanella.. 
Leonard Saari_- _ 


. Robert C. McEwen 

. Lloyd Meeds 


31st, N.Y 


.. Mar. 11-25,1972.... 
- Apr. 3-9,1972 


142. 56 




. 2d, Wash 


398. 80 




W. E. Ainsworth, Jr 


. G.V. (Sonny) 
Montgomery. 


4th, Miss 


,. Mar. 29-Apr.9,1972. 


236. 02 




Ronald L. Hardman__. . 


. John Myers 


. 7th, Ind 


. Feb. 12-20,1972... 


168.00 




Gerard N. GiovanieNo... 


. Jerry L. Pettis 


. 33d, Calif 


. Apr. 2-9,1972 


388. 00 




Thomas W. Lambeth.... 


. Richardson Preyer... 


. 6th, N.C 


. Mar.29-Apr.9,1972. 


77.98 




Norman D. Martin 


. Earl B. Rutli 


. 8th, N.C 


. Apr. 3-6,1972 


91.08 




Elizabeth McKay Smith.. 


. H.Allen Smith 


- 20th, Calif 


_ Mar. 31-Apr. 1,1972. 


269. 52 


27 8599 


P. Gregory Banks. 


. Charles H.Wilson 


.- 31st, Calif 


. Feb. 25-Apr. 9,1972. 


349. 00 


May 4 8818 


Alice L. Abernethy 


. Thomas G. Abernethy. 


. 1st, Miss 


_ Mar. 17-Apr.l3,1972 


224. 88 




Charles W. McBride 


. Patrick T. Caffery 


_ 3d, La 


. Apr. 11-17,1972-... 


314.40 




Carolyn M. Sladek 


. John N. Erienborn 


. 14th, III 


. Apr. 14-16, 1972.... 


117.00 




William A. Rourke . 


. Harold D. Donohue . 


. 4th, Mass 


- Feb. 6-12, 1972 


117.10 




Do 


do 


.do. 


- Apr. 13-19, 1972 

. Apr. 7, 1972 


117.10 




Robert E. L. Rhodes 


TomS. Gettys 


. 5th, S.C* 


53.75 




John G. R. Bankhead... 


do 


do.* 


. Apr. 9, 1972 


53.75 




Lyndall June Kelley 


do 


do 


. Api.6-16, 1972 


70.00 




D. Eileen Nixon 


. Robert N.Giaimo 


. 3d, Conn 


. Mar. 28-29, 1972 


70.00 




Clare L. Bradley 


. James F. Hastings 


. 38th, N.Y 


. Mar. 30-Apr. 10,1972 


79.20 




Nancy Sohl 


. John E. Hunt 


. 1st, N.J 


. Apr. 22, 1972 


36.80 




Lynn Lehrman 


Stewart B.McKinney... 
, Dave Martin 


. 4th, Conn 

. 3d, Nebr 


. Apr. 10-16, 1972 

. Mar. 21-22, 1972-.-. 


66.00 




Jack Odgaard 


219.00 




James H. Lake 


Robert B. (Bob) 
Mathias. 


18th,rCalif 


. Jan. 18-31, 1972 


723.24 




Ralph Vinovich. 


. Robert H. Michel 

. Joseph G. Minish 


. 18th, III 

. 11th, N.J 


. Mar. 30-Apr. 10,1972 
. Apr. 11,1972 


204. 62 




Robert Loftus 


61.00 




Bette B. Welch 


. Charles A. Mosher 


. 13th, Ohio 


. Apr. 2-7, 1972 


64.00 




Thomas L. Foster 


Bill Nichols 


. 4th, Ala 


. Apr. 19-24,1972.... 


198.10 




John E. Vargo 


. James V. Stanton 


. 20th, Ohio 


. Apr. 9-16, 1972 


99.32 




Robert F. Hardgrove.. . 


J.William Stanton 


. 11th, Ohio 


. Apr. 18-20, 1972 


97.52 




Earl H. Berg,Jr 


. Robert H.Steele 


. 2d, Conn 


. Mar. 23-27, 1972.... 


105.98 




Kathleen M. Karpan 


Teno Roncalio 


. At Large, Wyo.. 


. Apr. 5-12, 1972 


223. 00 




Richard L. Thompson... 


John H. Terry 


, 34th,N. Y 


. Apr. 20-42,1972 


84.00 


15 9118 


Ellen A. Morgenstern... 


. Bella S. Abzug 


_ 19th, N.Y 


. Apr. 13-22, 1972... . 


67.10 




Gerald Schaffer.. 


_ Walters. Baring 


. At Large, Nev.. 


Apr. 2-30, 1972 


695. 24 




John B. Simpson, Jr.. 


. Cliffard D. Carlson. . 


15th, 111 . 


. Apr. 27-28, 1972.... 


143. 00 




Judy M. Jackson 


. Bob Erkhardt 


_ 8th, Tex 


.. M3r.31-May5, 1972. 


180. 00 




Frank H. Rathbun . .. 


. William D. Ford 


. 15th, Mich 


Apr. 27-30, 1972 


140. 38 




Charles E. Knox 


. AiJgu.stus F. Hawkins. 


. 21st, Calif 


Mar. 27-Apr. 1,1972. 


349. 00 




Zygmund R. Kaczmarek 


. Lucien N. Nedzi . 


14th, Mich 


. Apr. 30-May3,1972. 


74.00 




James S. Friend ... . 


_ Walter E. Powell 


. 24th, Ohio 


_ Apr. 13-26,1972.... 


92.40 




Peter C. Scrivner 


. Melvin Price 


. 24th, 111 


Apr. 13, 1972 


118.00 




Patrick Hayes 


. Wm. J. Randall 


. 4th, Mo.* 


. May6,1972 


101. 50 




Jack M, Foulk... 


. Chalmers P. Wylie.... 


. 15th, Ohio 


. Apr, 15-28,1972.... 


100. 12 


23 9322 


John J. King 


. James A. Burke 


. 11th, Mass 


. Apr. 21-23, 1972.... 


126. 44 


2\ 9325 


Mary C. Bergren 


. James Abourezk 


. 2d,S. Dak 


. Mar. 30-Apr. 4, 1972. 


234. 00 




Peter Gruenstein. . .. 


. Les Aspin 


. 1st, Wis 


. May 5-7, 1972 


143. 00 




Rosalie Sevier 


. Page Belcher 

. Edward G. Biester.Jr.. 


. Ist.Okla.* 

. 8th, Pa 


May 15,1972.. 

- Apr. 17-18,1972.... 


103.00 




Ronald L. Strouse 


48.44 



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281 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

ate No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement tor official transportation expenses for employees, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
127a— Continued 

Congressional 
Employee Congressman district Date 

1972 

ar 24 9325 Gale D. Johnson Ray Blanton 7th, Tenn.* IVlar. 1-22, 1972 $103.68 

Judiths. Curtis Omar Burleson 17th, Tex Mar. 20-Apr. 23, 1972 399.48 

Ruth Ann Dancey Charles J. Carney 19th, Ohio Apr. 15-IVIay 14, 1972. 73.20 

Carolyn J.Smith Shirley Chisholm 12th, N.Y Feb. 1-7, 1972 72.00 

Richard E. Powell David W. Dennis 10th, Ind Apr. 26-May 3, 1972.. 135.74 

Ted L. Daniel L.H.Fountain 2d, N.C Feb. 11-12, 1972 66.00 

Oscar F.Juarez -_. Louis Frey,Jr 5th, Fla May 12-15, 1972 216.00 

Herb Wadsworth Don Fuqua 2d, Fla Apr. 23-May7, 1972_. 195.36 

Thomas Hendershot William J. Green 5th, Pa Apr. 23-27, 1972 40.90 

David M. iVIcFall Lee H. Hamilton 9th, Ind Apr. 18-21, 1972 112.52 

Christine B.Sullivan-_._ MichaelJ. Harrington,. 6th, Mass May 5-7, 1972 76.00 

Richard A. Applegate... Andrew Jacobs, Jr 11th, Ind Apr. 26-May 7, 1972. 147.50 

Thomas A. Hayes William J. Keating 1st, Ohio May 1-5, 1972 81.50 

Maryellen Olman Jack F. Kemp 39th, N.Y Apr. 27-May 1, 1972. 62.00 

Oscar E. Goss,_ Wilbur D. Mills 2d, Ark. * Mar. 29, 1972 89.00 

John A. Darlson Paul G. Rogers 9th, Fla May 4-9, 1972 158.00 

Truman Richardson Tom Steed 4th, Okia Dec. 26, 1971-Jan. 330.48 

10,1972. 

Mary Hawes do.__ _ _._do Dec. 17, 1971-Jan. 8, 336.13 

1972. 

Mark E. Talisman Charles A. Vanik 22d, Ohio Apr. 20-May 2, 1972. 101.48 

ne 6 9584 James C. Crawford Bella S. Abzug 19th, N.Y Apr. 15, 1972 75.00 

John L. Gamble. -_ Ray Blanton 7th, Tenn. * Apr. 13, 1972 103.68 

Gilbert LeKander Frank T. Bow 16th, Ohio May 18-22, 1972 82.68 

Harry K. Nicholas Barber B. Conable, Jr., 37th, N.Y May 12-13, 1972 64.00 

Charles Holmes Bob Eckhardt 8th, Tex Apr. 16-May 9, 1972. 186.00 

Walter J. Pittman L.H.Fountain 2d, N.C Apr. 24-May 7, 1972. 66.00 

Richard Willow Bill Frenzel 3d, Minn May 14-20, 1972 196.65 

Hector Alcalde Sam Gibbons 6th, Fla May 3-17, 1972 247.68 

Allan J. Moynihan 111... William E. Minshall 23d, Ohio May 17-20, 1972 100.62 

JohnT. White 11 Richard H. Poff 6th, Va May 20-21, 1972 70.80 

Thomas J. Wisniewski.. Roman C. Pucinski 11th, 111 May 19-22, 1972 196.58 

Thomas W. Findley Jerome R. Waldie 14th, Calif.* Mar. 4,1972 372.48 

Phyllis C. Kinzer Sidney R. Yates 9th, 111 Mar. 1-Apr. 25, 148.50 

1972. 

7 9763 Russell A. Rourke Henry P. Smith III 40th, N.Y June 1-6, 1972 106.72 

14 10028 Gerard F.Schiappa Louis C. Wyman 1st, N.H May 15-22, 1972 131.70 

19 10094 Harry R. Anderson Glenn M. Anderson 17th. Calif May 25-30, 1972 398.56 

Michael T. Corbett William A. Barrett 1st, Pa May 16-19, 1972 39.28 

John R.Sinclair-. Wm. S. Broomfield 18th, Mich May 3i-June 3, 1972. 96.00 

Joan M. Southard John N. Happy Camp.. 6th,0kla May 5-11, 1972 285.12 

Stephen P. Rahn. Cliffard D. Carlson 15th, III May 25-30, 1972 146.60 

Cora C. Bane William P. Curlin, Jr... 6th, Ky _. Mar. 10-16, 1972. ... 144.72 

R. Dale Hulshizer Frank E. Evans 3d, Colo ._ May 19-27, 1972 242.20 

Robert Gatty. .-_. Edwin B. Forsythe 6th, N.J .. June 5, 1972 44.00 

D. Eileen Nixon Robert N. Giaimo 3d, Conn .. June 2-4, 1972 70.00 

Jon Hinson Charles H. Griffin 3d, Miss .. June 3-9, 1972 221.95 

Paul W. Winegar Sherman P. Lloyd 2d, Utah .. May 24-29, 1972 325.00 

Patricia R. Muncy Robert H. Mollohan.... Ist.W. Va ._ May 22-25, 1972 61.30 

Patricia D. Hyder James H. (Ji mmy) 1st, Tenn .. May 24-31, 1972 102.72 

Quillen. 

Christopher G. Farrand. Philip E. Ruppe 11th, Mich.. .-._ May 11-14, 1972 199.44 

Allan Schimmel Fred Schwengel 1st, Iowa * May 28, 1972 62.50 

Lester Rosen Garner E. Shriver 4th, Kans _. May 21-29, 1972 189.50 

Marius B. Peladeau Joseph P. Vigorito 24th, Pa .. June 2-5, 1972 92.14 

Hawley M. Richeson.... Richard C. White 16th, Tex _. May 25-June 3, 1972. ■ 504.00 

Patrick Rowland Charles E. Wiggins 25th, Calif..--.. Apr. 2-8, 1972 388.00 

10101 Naomi Nelson John Young 14th, Tex.*. --_. June 15, 1972 141.00 

23 10263 Bob Hunt John Melcher 2d, Mont .. June 14-22, 1972.... 234.00 

27 10326 Wallace Rustad Arthur A. Link 2d, N. Dak..--- June 12-18, 1972--.. 208.68 

10335 Peter K. llchuk Mario Biaggi 24th, N.Y .- June 2-4, 1972 64.00 

Thomas 0. Kay John Buchanan 6th, Ala -- Mar. 13-19, 1972 142.00 

Jarold R.Schuck John W. Byrnes 8th, Wis -. June 1-9, 1972 250.58 

Michael A. Forgash Elford A. Cederberg-.- 10th, Mich----- May 28-June 8, 1972. 169. 52 

WiUiam E. Stodart Don H. Clausen 1st, Calif .. Mar. 23-29, 1972 410.98 

Anita S. Charles Del Clawson 23d, Calif -- May 26-June 8, 1972. 400.24 

Arlene Glinka Harold R. Collier 10th, III May 25-June 1, 1972- 99.00 

R. Roy Fausset James M. Collins 3d, Tex -- Apr. 25-28, 1972 176.00 

J. D. Dowdy John Dowdy 2d, Tex.* Feb. 22, 1972 139.20 

Alice V. Myers-... James A. Haley 7th, Fla May 31-June 4, 1972. 179.00 

*One way. 



282 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF D8SBURSEMENTS FROM CONTJNGENT 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 — Continued 

Congressional 
Employee Congressman district Date 

1972 

June 27 10335 Patsy Fleming Augustus F. Hawkins.. 21st, Calif June 1-7, 1972 $388.00 

Quenton K. CrandalL... Manuel Lujan.Jr 1st, N. Mex June 2-11, 1972 202.00 

Esther P. i^/liiler George P. Miller 8th, Calif Mar. 29-June 14, 291.00 

1972. 

Oscar E.Goss Wilbur D. Mills 2d, Ark.* May 30, 1972 69.00 

Barnard Nagelvoort Guy Vander Jagt 9th, Mich June 13-14, 1972.... 103.60 

Marion F. Bishop Jamie L. Whitten 1st, Miss May 26-June 10, 250.56 

1972. 

P. Gregory Banks Charles H. Vi/ilson 31st, Calif Mavi6-June7, 388.00 

1972. 

10344 William Hagan 2d Robert 0. Tiernan 2d, R.!._ May 12-21, 1972 114.50 

10345 Do do. ._ do June 8-12, 1972 114.50 

28 10379 Geraidijenson Durward G. Hall 7th, Mo Mav 19-June 1, 294.50 

f^ 1972. 

30 10501 A. G. Schultz Edward Hutchinson^... 4th, Mich June 27-28, 1972.... 160.00 

Refunds and adjustments (200.62) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 72, 095. 60 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 25, 825. 45 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 27,367.93 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 2,626,318.57 

Total ....2,679,511.96 

STENOGRAPHIC REPORTS 

Stenographic reporting: 

Reporter Committee Date 

1972 

Jan. 5 5151 Hoover Reporting Co., Inc. Public Works June 21, 1971 $5.80 

June 7 9701 Do ....do .._. Jan. 25, 1S71 11.60 

8 9872 Columbia Reporting Co., Science and Astronautics June 22-24, 1971 594.75 

Inc. 

Refunds and adjustments (398.40) 

Total paidfrom 1971 appropriations 213.75 

5152 Ward & Paul Banking and Currency Nov. 30-Dec. 8, 1971 1,197.20 

11 5239 Do District of Colurtibia Dec. 7-9. 1971 162.00 

5240 Do Interior and Insular Affairs N'ov. 30-Dec. 6, 1971 214.60 

5241 Do ..do Dec. 1,1971 168.00 

5242 Do . . do i^Jov. 29-:?0, 1971 760.80 

5243 Do - do Nov. 30-Dec. 2, 1971 213.60 

22 5485 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor Oct. 27-Nov. 11, 1971 1,190.55 

Inn. 

5486 Do ... Ways and iVleans Sept. 16-17, 1971 840.75 

27 5638 Ward,Smith,Paul & Interstate and Foreign Dec. 7-8, 197! 478.80 

Alderson. Commerce. 

31 5781 Ward&Paul Agriculture Dec. 15, 1971 99.45 

5782 Do Interior and Insular Affairs Oct. 19, 1971 162.40 

5783 Do . do Oct. 15, 1971_ 34.80 

5784 Ward, Smith, Paul & Interstate and Foreign Nov. 30-Dec. 9, 1971 1,362.30 

Alderson. Commerce. 

Feb. 7 6019 Ward&Paul Agriculture Jan. 20-21, 1972 492.15 

6021 Do. .... Government Operations Jan. 25-27, 1972 488.70 

10 6230 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor Nov.30,1971 .•... 19.95 

6231 Do -do_ Dec.8,1971 74.10 

6232 Do ' do. Dec. 9, 1971 392.40 

6233 Do . -do Nov. 16-Dec. 2, 1971 741.00 

6234 Do. _- Foreign Affairs Nov. 18-Dec. 2, 1971. 328.95 

6235 Do Judiciary Nov. U-Dec. 2, 1971 453.90 

6236 Do Veterans' Affairs __.. Dec. 8-9, 1971 244.80 

6237 Do .... Ways and Means Oct. 29-Nov. 19, 1971 1,176.00 

6238 Alderson Monick Report- Post Office and Civil Service Sept. 16-Oct. 21, 1971 218.25 

ing Co. 

6240 Do do Sept.l7,28,andDec.l, 1,035.00 

1971. 

6243 District Reporting Co Government Operations Sept. 29, 1971 90.15 

"One way. 



283 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Data No. STENOGRAPHIC REPORTS Amount 

Stenographic reporting — Continued 

Reporter Committee Date 

1972 

Feb. 10 6245 Hoover Reporting Co., Inc. IVIerchant Marine and Fisheries.. Nov. 30, 1971 $242.00 

6246 Do do Dec. 7, 1971 239.40 

6247 Do do Dec. 7-8, 1971... 280.o0 

6248 Do do.. - Dec. 8, 1971 78.30 

6249 Do do Dec. 1, 1971 115.50 

6250 Do -.- do Dec. 8, 1971... 143.10 

6251 Do do -- Nov.29,1971. 248.40 

6252 Do PublicWorks Dec. 2, 1971... _... 2.90 

6253 Do do Nov. 30, 1971 127.20 

6254 Do do Dec. 1, 1971 _. 46.40 

6255 Do do.--_ .___ Nov. 30,1971 49.30 

6256 Do do Dec. 14-15, 1971 826.50 

6257 Do . do_ Dec. 7-10, 1971 2,232.00 

17 6429 Ward & Paul Interior and Insular Affairs Jan. 31-Feb. 1, 1972 321.60 

6430 Do do -. Feb. 2, 1972 108.00 

6431 Do do Feb. 3,1972 204.00 

6432 Do Banking and Currency Jan. 25-27, 1972 172.20 

6433 Do Interior and Insular Affairs Jan. 20, 1972 124.80 

6434 Do. do Jan. 25-28, 1972 180.00 

6435 Do -. - do Jan. 26, 1972 158.40 

24 6527 Do Government Operations Feb. 2, 1972 178.20 

6528 Do do do 32.40 

28 6599 Alderson Reporting Co., Foreign Affairs Dec.8,1971 69.60 

Inc. 

Mar. 2 6882 Columbia Re,oorting Co., Armed Services Sept. 28, 1971 143.00 

Inc. 

6883 Do do Oct. 12-Dec. 7, 1971 1,142.10 

6893 Alderson Reporting Co., Veterans' Affairs Nov. 30-Dec. 1, 1971 306.08 

Inc. 

6905 Ward, Smith, Paul & Interstate and Foreign Jan. 24-Feb. 3, 1972 595.65 

Alderson. Commerce. 

6906 Do do Feb.1-3,1972 1,511.25 

7 6972 Columbia Reporting Co., Armed Services Oct. 7, 1971. 309.00 

Inc. 

8 7025 Ward & Paul Agriculture __Feb.2,1972 214.20 

7026 Do District of Columbia Feb. 8, 1972 207.00 

7027 Do Government Operations Feb. 7-8, 1972 472.50 

7028 Do Interior and Insular Affairs Feb. 8-9, 1972 84.10 

7029 Do do do 285.60 

9 7048 Do do Feb. 4, 1972 98.40 

7049 Do do Feb. 22,1972 16.80 

7051 Do do Feb. 23, 1972 98.40 

7052 Do do Feb. 24,1972 208.80 

7053 Do do Feb. 17,1972 160.80 

7054 Do do Feb. 22-25, 1972 353.80 

7055 Do do __- Feb. 18,1972 101.50 

7056 Do Banking and Currency Feb. 22-24, 1972 2,235.60 

23 7355 Dempsey, Wllller & Cohen. House Administration Feb. 29 and Mar. 7, 1972... 308.00 

7359 Ward & Paul Agriculture Feb. 8, 1972 260.10 

7360 Do District of Columbia Feb. 29, 1972 159.75 

7361 Do Banking and Currency Mar. 1-6, 1972 1,227.15 

7362 Do District of Columbia Feb. 28-29, 1972 294.75 

7363 Do do Mar. 1, 1972 214.20 

7364 Do Government Operations Feb. 29-Mar. 2, 1972 499.50 

30 7589 Do District of Columbia Feb. 22-23, 1972 290.25 

7590 Do Interior and Insular Affairs Mar. 1, 1972 136.80 

7593 Do ...do Feb 28-29. 1972 368.30 

7594 Do . Agriculture Mar. 8-9, 1972 414.80 

7595 Do do Mar. 13-15, 1972 912.90 

7597 Do.. Interior and Insular Affairs Mar. 2, 1972 177.60 

7598 Do Agriculture Mar. 16-17, 1972 772.65 

7599 Columbia Reporting Co., Armed Services Nov. 4,1971 74.55 

Inc. , „„ 

7600 Do.. do Sept.16,1971 65.25 

7601 Do do. Nov. 16-18, 1971 168.75 

7602 Do - .do Sept.14,1971 146.25 

7603 Do -do. . . Sept.16,1971 49.50 

7604 Do do. . Oct. 19, 1971 5.50 

7607 Do-. do Nov. 16, 1971 119.25 

7608 Do. --.do-. Oct.1,1971--, 170.55 

7609 Do do. iNov. 10-18, 13^1 265.20 

7610 Dempsey, Miller & Cohen- Appropriations Mar. 1-8, 1972 693.00 

7611 Do do Mar. 7-8,1972 418.00 

7619 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor Feb. 8,1972 148.20 

Inc. 

7621 Do do Jan. 25-Feb. 1, 1972 661.20 

7622 Do do Jan. 31-Feb. 3, 1972 1,110.00 

7624 Do do... -- Feb. 24, 1972 56.95 



79-63-9 — 72 19 



284 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTENGENT FUND 

Date No. STENOGRAPHIC REPORTS Amount 

Stenographic reporting — Continued 

Reporter Committee Date 

1972 

Mar 30 7625 Alderson Reporting Co., Inc. Education and Labor. Feb. 23, 1972 $427.50 

7626 Do ._ House Administration Feb.8,1972 209.00 

7627 Do Education and Labor IViar. 1, 1972 233.70 

7628 Do - do Jan. 31-Feb. 4, 1972 979.20 

7629 Do_.- Veterans' Affairs Feb. 9, 1972 158.40 

7630 Do Ways and IVleans Jan. 19-Feb. 22, 1972 786.50 

7631 Do do Feb.2-3,1972 415.25 

7632 Do Education and Labor Jan. 18, 1972 225.15 

7633 Do -- - Ways and IVleans Jan. 31-Feb. 1, 1972 1,142.25 

Apr 6 7853 Ward & Paul . Government Operations IVlar. 9-14, 1972 626.40 

7854 Do Interior and Insular Affairs Mar. 13, 1972 396.00 

7855 Do . District of Columbia Mar. 14, 1972 103.50 

7856 Do - -- Banking and Currency Mar. 7-16, 1972 2,271.40 

7857 Do . District of Columbia Mar. 8-14, 1972 274.50 

7858 Do do ._._ Mar. 13, 1972._. 92.25 

7859 Do _. Banking and Currency Mar. 7, 1972 61.50 

7860 Do Interior and Insular Affairs Mar. 14, 1972 84.10 

7861 Do do Mar. 17, 1972 14.50 

7862 Do do do 91.20 

7863 Do do Mar. 16, 1972 139.20 

7864 Do do Mar.8,1972 158.00 

7865 Do do Mar. 9-10, 1972 290.40 

7867 Do District of Columbia Mar. 9-15, 1972 290.25 

7869 Columbia ReportingCo., Inc. Science and Astronautics Sept. 23, 1971 56.70 

7870 Do do Oct.21,1971 19.25 

7874 Dempsey, Millers Cohen. Appropriations Mar. 9-15, 1972 1,130.25 

7875 Alderson Reporting Co., Inc. Foreign Affairs Feb. 29, 1972 229.50 

7876 Do Education and Labor Jan. 26-Feb. 17, 1972 1,197.60 

7878 Do... Foreign Affairs Mar.9,1972 156.75 

7879 Do - do.. ... Mar. 14, 1972 313.20 

7880 Do... do ..Mar. 2,1972 59.40 

7881 Do do Mar. 13,1972 201.60 

7884 Do... . Judiciary Feb.23,1972 81.60 

7885 Do do Jan. 25, 1972 168.30 

7886 Do do Feb. 29-Mar. 3, 1972 688.50 

7891 Do Waysand Means Feb. 24, 1972 148.50 

7893 Do... . do . Mar. 1-8, 1972 737.00 

7894 Do do Mar.6,1972 38.50 

7895 Do Education and Labor Feb. 23-Mar. 2, 1972 1,100.10 

7898 Do Ways and Means Mar. 13-14, 1972 673.75 

7899 Do do Mar.9,1972 118.25 

7902 Acme Reporting Co Government Operations Mar. 14, 1972 270.00 

7903 Do Post Office and Civil Service Feb. 24, 1972 265.20 

7904 Ward,Smith,Paul & Interstate and Foreign Commerce Mar. 14-16, 1972 1,057.35 

Alderson. 

13 8084 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor Jan. 1-8, 1972 1,769.85 

Inc. 

8085 Do. do.... Mar.22,1972 51.30 

8086 Do do Mar. 16, 1972. 136.80 

8087 Do ...do Mar. 9-21, 1972 481.65 

8088 Do do Mar.20, 1972 190.95 

8089 Do do iVlar.8,1972 162.45 

8090 Do .... ...do Feb. 28-Mar. 1,1972 817.95 

8091 Do Foreign Affairs.... Mar. 1,1972 236.80 

8092 Do. do Mar. 2-6, 1972.. 332.45 

8093 Do Judiciary Mar.8,1972 147.90 

8094 Do do Feb. 24, 1972 226.95 

8095 Do do Jan. 31, 1972 153.10 

8096 Do do Mar. 1,1972 221.85 

8097 Do do Feb. 24, 1972 198.90 

8098 Do. do... Mar.9,1972.. 209 10 

8099 Do Veterans' Affairs Feb. 29, 1972 105.60 

8102 Columbia Reporting Co., Armed Ser-vices Mar. 8-24, 1972 1,195.95 

Inc. 

8103 Do . do lVlar.2,1972 52.25 

8104 Do do. Jan. 25-27, 1972 451.05 

8015 Do do... Sept. 28.1971 5.50 

8106 Do do Sept. 21-23, 1971 915.30 

8107 Do do Mar.20, 1972. 93.60 

8110 Ward & Paul District of Columbia Feb. 24, 1972 117.00 

8111 Do Interior and Insular Affairs Mar. 7,1972 191.40 

14 8123 Do District of Columbia Mar. 21-28, 1972 452.25 

8124 Do Interior and Insular Affairs Mar. 20-21, 1972 700.80 

8125 Do do. Mar.23,1972 204.00 

8126 Do --.-do Mar.22,1972 120.00 

8127 Do Government Operations Mar. 21-27, 1972 561.60 

8128 Do ..-- Interior and Insular Affairs Mar. 27, 1972 171.10 

8129 Do do. Mar.28,1972 163.20 

8130 Do do _Mar.2,1972. 17.40 

8131 Do do Mar. 29,1972.. 110.40 



285 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. STENOGRAPHIC REPORTS Amount 

Stenographic reporting — Continued 

Reporter Committee Date 

1972 

Apr. 27 8520 Ace Federal Reporters, inc. Post Office and Civil Service Feb. 9 and Mar. 1-9, 1972 $488.25 

8521 Do... do Feb. 29and IVlar. 7, 1972... 247.50 

8522 Do do Feb. 28, 1972... 40.50 

8523 Do .- do Mar. 22,1972 186.75 

8524 Do do Feb. 3, 8, IVlar. 2 and 16, 605.25 

1972. 

8525 Do_ do Feb. 16, Mar. 22 and 27, 679.50 

1972. 

8526 Do do _ Feb. 9 and 22, 1972 315.00 

8527 Acme Reporting Co House Administration Apr. 11,1972 71.50 

8539 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor Mar. 28-29, 1972 1,194.15 

Inc. 

8540 Do Foreign Affairs Mar. 20-23, 1972 649.80 

8541 Do do Mar. 16,1972 82.50 

8542 Do do ^ Mar. 15, 1972 309.60 

8543 Do do Mar. 15, 1972 206.55 

8544 Do do Mar.21,1972 91.50 

8545 Do do Mar. 8,1972 205.20 

8546 Do do Mar. 20, 1972 120.60 

8547 Do House Administration Mar.21,1972 40.50 

8548 Do Judiciary Mar. 23,1972 170.85 

8549 Do do Mar. 16-22, 1972 364.65 

8550 Do do Mar. 17, 1972 158.10 

8551 Do do Mar.22, 1972 242.25 

8552 Do do Mar. 15-16, 1972 657.90 

8553 Do do Mar. 16, 1972 150.45 

8554 Do do Mar. 20, 1972... 181.05 

8555 Do ■_ do Mar. 8-13, 1972 655.35 

8556 Do do Feb. 24, 1972 122.40 

8557 Do do Mar. 15-16, 1972 543.15 

8558 Do do Feb. 28-Mar. 6, 1972 1,691,93 

8559 Do.. do Mar. 22-24, 1972 1,326.00 

8560 Do do Mar.23,1972 175.95 

8561 Do do Mar. 22-29, 1972 813.45 

8562 Do do Mar. 22, 1972... _... 255.00 

8563 Do do Mar.23,1972 219.30 

8564 Do Veterans' Affairs _ Mar.14,1972 64.80 

8565 Do do Mar.7,1972 108.00 

8566 Do do Mar.13,1972 110.40 

8578 Columbia Reporting Co., Armed Services. Mar.6,1972 68.40 

Inc. 

8579 Do do Jan. 20-27, 1972 85.25 

8580 Do,._ do Jan. 20, 1972 119.25 

8581 Do do Feb. 7-25, 1972 1,363.35 

8582 Do ...do Mar.23,1972 103.50 

8583 Do do _ Feb. 23-Mar. 8, 1972 1,173.30 

8584 Do do Feb. 2-22, 1972 1,6^2.95 

8585 Do do ..__ Mar.10,1972 77.40 

8586 Do do Jan. 31, 1972 182.85 

8587 Do Science and Astronautics Feb. 17-Mar. 2, 1972 1,242.00 

8588 Do do Mar. 22-23, 1972 209.00 

8589 Do do Feb. 17, 1972 102.60 

8590 Do do Feb. 8-Mar. 17,1972. 278.10 

8591 Do do Feb. 17-Mar. 14,1972 1,462.95 

8592 Do do Feb. 9, 1972 191.70 

8593 Do do Feb. 22-Mar.8, 1972 1,514.70 

8594 Dempsey, Miller & Cohen. Appropriations Mar. 16-23, 1972 1,177.00 

28 8615 Ward & Paul Banking and Currency Mar. 20-29, 1972 -1,746.60 

8616 Do Agriculture Mar.21,1972 173.40 

8617 Do do Apr.12,1972 186.15 

8618 Do do Apr. 10-14,1972 1,527.45 

8619 Do _. Banking and Currency Apr. 11-13, 1972 877.40 

8620 Do do Apr.12,1972 45. «) 

8621 Do do do 465.75 

8622 Do District of Columbia Apr. 12-13, 1972 391.50 

8623 Do do Mar. 20-24, 1972 405.00 

8624 Do.. Government Operations Apr. 13,1972 288.90 

8625 Do do Apr.12,1972 188.80 

8626 Do do Apr. 11,1972 243.00 

May 1 8734 Columbia Reporting Co., Science and Astronautics Mar.16,1972 2.75 

Inc. 

8735 Do do Mar. 14-16,1972 305.25 

8735 Dempsey, Miller & Cohen. Post Office and Civil Service Apr. 14-18, 1972 680.40 

8737 Do do Apr. 11-13, 1972 496.95 

8739 Ward&Paul Interior and Insular Affairs Apr. 13-14, 1972 686.40 

8740 Ward, Smith, Paul & Interstate and Foreign Mar. 14-16, 1972 554.33 

Alderson. Commerce. 

4 8867 Dempsey, Miller & Cohen. Appropriations Apr. 11-13, 1972 918.50 



286 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. STENOGRAPHIC REPORTS Amount 

Stenographic reporting — Continued 

Reporter Committee Date 

1972 

May 10 8975 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor Mar. 29, 1972 $115.85 

8976 Do do Mar.23,1972 111.15 

8977 Do. Foreign Affairs Mar. 28-29 and Apr. 11, 578.55 

1972. 

8978 Do Waysand Means Apr. 10, 1972 315.00 

8979 Do do Mar. 15-22, 1972 1,166.00 

8983 Hoover Reporting Co., Inc. Mercliant Marine and Fisheries. Feb. 25, 1972 243.00 

8984 Do do Mar.7,1972 213.30 

8985 Do do Feb. 18, 1972 240.30 

8986 Do ...do Mar.10,1972 237.60 

8987 Do do Mar. 21-23, 1972 629.75 

8988 Do do Mar. 13-27,1972 2,155.35 

8989 Do do Feb. 1,1972 88.00 

8990 Do do Mar. 13, 1972 186.30 

8992 Do do Mar. 16, 1972 74.25 

8993 Do do Mar. 14-16, 1972 213.30 

8994 Do ..do Feb. 24-IVlar. 23,1972 1,305.30 

8995 Do do Feb. 28, 1972 115.50 

9001 Acme Reporting Co Government Operations Apr. 18, 1972 108.00 

12 9058 Ward & Paul Agriculture Apr. 25, 1972 198.90 

9059 Do do Apr. 20, 1972 308.55 

9060 Do do Apr. 18-20, 1972 137.70 

9061 Do District of Columbia Apr. 18-28, 1972 308.25 

9062 Do do Apr. 24, 1972 112.50 

9063 Do Government Operations Apr. 18, 1972 380.70 

9064 Do Intarior and Insular Affairs Apr. 20-27, 1972 493.00 

9065 Do do ADr.28,1972 20.30 

9066 Do do Apr. 24-26, 1972 797.50 

9067 Do do Apr. 20-28. 1972 873.60 

16 9124 Acme Reporting Co Government Operations May 3, 1972 28.80 

9125 Alderson Reporting Co.,, Vetsrans' Affairs Mar. 29. 1972 40.80 

Inc. 

9126 Dempsey, Miller & Cohen. Post Office and Civil Service Apr. 25, 1972 310.65 

9127 Do do Apr. 21-25, 1972 290.70 

9129 Metropolitan Reporting Banking and Currency Mar. 27, 1972 318.50 

Service., Inc. 

9130 Ward, Smith, Paul & Interstate and Foreign Apr. 12, 1972 222.30 

Alderson. Commarce. 

9131 Do do Mar. 27-28 and Apr. 11-13, 1,271.10 

1972. 

23 9307 Alderson Reporting Co., Veterans' Affairs Mar. 28, 1972 156.00 

Inc. 

9308 Demosev, Miller & Cohen. Post Office and Civil Service Apr. 26 and May 1, 1972,.. 324.90 

9309 Metropolitan Reporting House Administration Mar. 28, 1972 115.50 

Service, Inc. 

25 9371 Ward & Paul Interior and Insular Affairs Apr. 25, 1972 31.20 

9372 Do ._ 00 Apr.18.1972 339.15 

June 7 9659 Alderson Reporting Education and Labor Apr. 17-IVlay 4, 1972 931. S5 

Co., Inc. 

9SS0 Do do Apr. 24-27, 1972 4^4.00 

9S61 Do do Apr. 27,1972... 87.00 

9662 Do .do Apr. 20 1972 205.20 

9563 Do . ... do Apr. 26-May 3, 1972 489.00 

9554 Do do .. Apr. 12-18. 1972 504.44 

9S65 Do Foreign Affairs Apr. 27. 1972 168.30 

9565 Do do May 1, 1972 76.50 

9567 Do do do 240.95 

9668 Do... do Apr. 27, 1972 172.80 

9569 Do... do Mayl,1972 175.50 

9670 Do.. .do Apr.25,1972 496.80 

9671 Do... do Apr.26,1972.. 250.80 

9572 Do.. do May2,1972 121.00 

9673 Do .do. .. May 16, 1972 294.80 

9874 Do... do Apr. 24, 1972 211.65 

9675 Do Judiciary May 3, 1972 211.65 

9675 Do .do Apr. 12 -27, 1972... 1,714.87 

9577 Do do.. . May 3-10, 1972 660.45 

9678 Do do May 10, 1972 109.65 

9679 Do . do Apr. 13, 1972. 119.85 

9580 Do . do May 4, 1972 173.40 

96S1 Do .do Apr. 13-26, 1972 335.05 

9682 Do do Apr. 12, 1972 117.30 

9583 Do do... May 10, 1972 150.45 

9584 Do Veterans' Affairs Apr. 25-25, 1972 187.20 

9585 Do Ways and Means Apr. 11-17, 1972 882.75 

9585 Do .do May 1, 1972 381.00 

9687 Do do May3-5,1972 1,111.95 



287 



DH^AILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



STENOGRAPHIC REPORTS 



1972 
June 7 



9689 
9690 
9691 
9692 
9693 
9694 
9695 
9696 
9698 
9699 
9700 
9702 
9703 
9704 
9705 

9706 
9707 
9708 
9709 
9710 
8 9867 

9868 
9869 

9870 
9871 
9873 
9874 
9875 
9876 
9877 
15 10036 

10037 
10038 
10039 
10047 
10048 
10049 
10052 
10057 
10058 
10059 
10060 
10061 
10062 
10063 
10064 
10065 
10066 
10069 

10070 

10071 

10072 

22 10176 

10177 
10178 
10179 
10180 
30 10493 
10494 
10495 
10496 
10497 
10498 



Stenographic reporting — Continued 



Reporter 



Committee 



Date 



Armed Services Mar. 23,1972. 



Columbia Reporting Co., 
Inc. 

Do -- do Apr. 11, 1972 

Do. II do Mar. 20-29, 1972 

Dempsey, Miller & Cohen. Appropriations May 3, 1972 

Do do Anr.19,1972 

Do _. Post Office and Civil Service Apr. 24-26, 1972 

Do'" - -do.-- Apr. 27-May2,1972.- 

Do""' - do May 10-15, 1972 

Do do May 4, 1972 

Hoover ReportingCo., inc.- Public Works Mar. 14, 1972 

Do - -do Feb. 17-Mar. 2,1972.. 

Do'" do Feb. 17, 1972 

Do'" do Feb. 3, 1972 

Do - do Feb. 1,1972 

Do.'.'.'-- do.- Feb. 17-Mar. 29, 1972, 

Metropolitan Reporting Appropriations Mar. 8, 1972 

Service, Inc. 
Do -- --do Apr.25,1972 

Ward & Paul Agriculture May 3-4, 1972 

Do District of Columbia May 2-8, 1972 

Do Interior and Insular Affairs May4,1972 

Do --do May 1-12, 1972_ 



Judiciary Apr. 12-27, 1972. 

Ways and Means May 8-16, 1972. . 

Armed Services July 14, 1971 



Alderson ReportingCo., 
Inc. 
Do 

Columbia Reporting Co., 
Inc. 

Do Science and Astronautics Feb. 17-Mar. 16, 1972. 

Do .do July 13-15, 1971 

Ward & Paul Interiorand Insular Affairs May 18-19, 1972 

Do do May2-19,1972 

Do -do May8-9,1972 

Do ...do May9,1972 

Do do May 10,1972 

Alderson ReportingCo., Foreign Affairs May 10-17, 1972 

Inc. 

Do . do Mar.22,1972 

Do ..do May 9, 1972 

Do -do. _ May 18-23, 1972 

Do ..do May3,1972 

Do Judiciary May 24-25, 1972 

Do Veterans' Affairs May 23-24,1972 

Dempsey, Miller & Cohen. Post Office and Civil Service do 

Ward & Paul Banking and Currency May 23,1972 

Do .do May24,1972 

Do District of Columbia May 16-18, 1972 

Do Government Operations May 10-11, 1972 

Do do May 16,1972 

Do. Interior and Insular Affairs May 25, 1972 

Do do May24,lS72 

Do . . .do May 22-23, 1972 

Do do May 15-16 1972 

Do do May 3-19, 1972 

Ward, Smith, Paul & Interstate and Foreign Com- Apr. 11-13, 1972 

Alderson. merce. 
Do do Apr. 25-May 12,1972- 
Do do -- Apr. 27,1972 

Do do May 18-24,1972 

Alderson ReportingCo., Judiciary May 3, 1972 

Inc. 
Do Foreign Affairs May 11, 1972 

Ward & Paul Banking and Currency May 31, 1972 

Do do May 30, 1972 

Do do May 4-9,1972 

Do Agriculture June 5, 1972 

Do Banking and Currency June 8-9, 1972 

Do - District of Columbia ..... May 31, 1972 

Do Interior and Insular Affairs June 1, 1972 

Do -.do May 31-June2, 1972. 

Do - ---.do May 25, 1972 

Refunds and adjustments 



Amount 



$34. 05 

202. 50 
452.70 
123.75 
324. 50 
743.85 
615.60 
324. 90 
2.75 

37.70 
722. 40 
465.60 
156.60 

98.60 

3,237.60 

302. 50 

294. 25 
614. 55 
270. 00 
240. 70 
636. 00 
877. 20 

2, 009. 70 
275. 00 

1, 844. 85 
710. 10 
302. 40 
493. 00 
211.20 

81.20 
160.80 
591.60 

311.55 
132. 00 
464. 55 
96.75 
517.65 
196.80 
501.60 
376. 65 
213. 20 
549. 00 
265.60 
262. 40 
153.60 
127.20 
326. 40 
446. 40 
118.90 
1,356.60 

2, 448. 15 
125. 40 
629.85 
165.75 

104. 55 

287. 55 

174. 15 

619. 10 

209. 10 

838.35 

173. 25 

84.10 

381.60 

11.60 

(1,677.15) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations... .- 156, 170.90 



Feb. 


11 


6279 




16 


6352 
6375 




24 


6520 




25 


6569 


Mar. 


3 


6933 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE 
1972 
Jan. 14 5272 Shepard's Citations: 

- 3 sets of Shepard's Citations, Jan. 1, 1972 $24.00 

21 5422 Ward & Paul: 

Stenographic reporting, Dec. 8, 1971 229. 50 

22 5489 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, November 1971 52.00 

27 5632 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, October-November 1971 114.70 

Majority Room: 

Miscellaneous printing services, Dec. 31, 1971 1.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Dec. 31, 1971 -- 24. 51 

Western Union: 

Official telegram service, November 1971 27. 54 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, December 1971-January 1972 122. 40 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, January 1972 32.21 

Wall Street Journal: 

1-year subscription, Feb. 1, 1972-73 35.00 

Apr. 4 7788 Journal of Commerce: 

1-year subscription. Mar. 15,1972 42.00 

7789 Majority Room: 

Miscellaneous printing services, Feb. 29, 1972 4.00 

7815 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, February 1972 30. 70 

May 9 8960 Xerox Corp.: 

Use of Xerox copy machine rented to Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries, 

February-March 1972 61.08 

19 9177 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, March 1972 28.70 

June 29 10430 Western Union Telegraph Co.: 

Official telegram service, April 1972 14. 10 

Salaries for 5 months 35,996.29 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 36, 839.73 

COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service- 
Jan. 11 5229 Nov. 12-30, 1971 42.00 

5231 Nov. 4-30, 1971 -- 40.75 

27 5619 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, Oct. 30-Dec.l, 1971 58.20 

5678 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Dec. 1-29, 1971 16.90 

5703 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationary items, Dec. 31, 1971 95. 15 

Feb. 11 6308 IBM Corp.: 

Rental of MC Selectric typew/riter, December 1971 175.00 

16 6349 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, December 1971 44.65 

17 6418 A. B.Dick Co.: 

Rental of Electrostatic copier, February 1972 53.35 

6421 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, December 1971. ._ 126.56 

"25 6570 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Jan. 10-12, 1972 18.30 

28 6609 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, January 1972 41.70 

Mar. 2 6856 IBM Corp: 

Meter usage, January 1972 175.00 

Columbia Reporting Co., Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting— . ,.„„ ,„ 

6894 Oct. 13-Dec. 1, 1971 1,586.40 

6895 Oct. 13-Nov. 19, 1971 511.20 

6896 Sept. 13-Oct. 7, 1971 1,210.65 

6897 Oct. 14-Dec. 6, 1971 1,378.20 

6898 Nov. 30-Dec. 3,1971 551.70 

6899 Sept. 20-27, 1971 595.05 

6900 Sept. 27-Oct. 14, 1971 - 244.80 

6901 Nov. 17-Dec. 8,1971__ _ 1,211.55 

6902 Sept. 20, 1971 --- 121.50 

6903 Do 137.50 

3 6916 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Jan. 3-20,1972 48.06 

6934 Wall Street Journal: ,. „ 

1-year subscription. Mar. 25, 1972-73 35.00 



289 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMinEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES— Continued 

Columbia Reporting Co., Inc.: 

1972 Stenographic reporting— 

Mar. >_7 6967 Nov. 2-Dec. 9, 1971 ._ . $421.95 

6968 Nov. 9-Dec.9,1971 800.55 

6969 Oct. 28-Nov. 12, 1971 722.40 

6970 Oct. 13, 1971 66.00 

6971 Dec. 16-20, 1971 1,280.10 

13 7133 IBIVICorp.: 

Rental of MC Selectric typewriter, January 1972 175.00 

24 7397 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Dec. 20, 1971-Feb. 14, 1972 7.05 

7419 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, February 1972 72.64 

7426 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, January 1972__ 92.37 

28 7504 A. B. Dick Co.: 

Rental of Electrostatic copier, March 1972 53.35 

Columbia Reporting Co., Inc.: 
Stenographic reporting— 

30 7605 Oct. 5,1971. _ . ._ ._. 198.00 

7606 Oct. 12, 1971 74.25 

Apr. 14 8137 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Feb. 9-25, 1972 20.97 

20 8310 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, Jan. 31-Mar. 3,1972 128.60 

26 8425 IBM Corp: 

Rental of MC Selectric typewriter, March 1972 175.00 

8479 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, March 1972 121.61 

8484 Wall Street Journal: 

1-year subscription, Apr. 14, 1972-73 35.00 

Columbia Reporting Co., Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting— 

27 8567 Mar. 6,1972 164.55 

8568 Jan. 27, 1972.. 76.50 

8569 Feb. 8, 1972 4.50 

8570 Feb. 16-Mar. 6, 1972 600.15 

8571 Jan.31and Mar. 13, 1972 311.70 

8572 Feb. 28, 1972 180.25 

8573 Feb. 24, 1972 168.75 

8574 Mar. 28, 1972 166.50 

8575 Feb. 7, 1972 115.05 

May 1 8750 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Mar. 2-15, 1972 4.90 

5 8911 A. B.Dick Co.: 

Equipment rental, April 1972 53.35 

19 9178 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Mar. 2-29, 1972 26. 57 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage — 

9222 Mar. 6-Apr. 5, 1972 82.33 

9223 Mar. 3-31,1972 58.20 

9230 Fidelity Sound Co., Inc.: 

Repair on Sony 249-Sony model TC-40, May 5, 1972 8. 50 

9231 IBM Corp.: 

Rental of MC Selectric typewriter, April 1972 175.00 

9232 Maj. Gen. Joseph McChristian (USA-Ret.): 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from West Palm Beach, Fla., to Washington, D.C., 

round trip, May 9-10, 1972 178.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage— 

23 9314 Apr. 5-28, 1972 58.20 

31 9438 Mar. 31-Apr. 30, 1972 58.20 

June 7 9711 A. B.Dick Co.: 

Equipment rental. May 1972. 53.35 

8 9814 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Apr. 4-26, 1972 17.00 

22 10207 IBM Corp.: 

Equipment rental. May 1972 175.00 

10222 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, May 8, 1972 8.61 

26 10280 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage. May 1972 97.23 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service — 

29 10397 May3-22, 1972 12.75 

10398 May 4-31, 1972 11.30 

Salaries for 6 months.... 82,629.94 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 98,460.39 



290 



DETA3LED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES 



Amount 



1972 
Jan. 4 5107 



5108 



5109 

5 5122 

5123 

5124 

5125 

11 5230 

14 5273 

20 5407 

21 5448 



5449 



5473 
5474 



22 5487 

5499 

27 5666 



5670 
5671 

5704 

Feb. 1 5925 

4 5972 



8 6029 



6032 



COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY 

Library of Congress: 

Telephone services, November 1971 $4.50 

Northwest Office Supply Co., Inc.: 

Office supplies, Dec. 9, 1971 12.40 

Luce Press Clippings, Inc.: 

For services during November 1971 292.75 

Library of Congress: 

Telephone services, November 1971 4. 50 

Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, November 1971 98. 81 

District Delivery Service: 

Newspaper delivery service, January-March 1972 17.60 

Superintendent of Documents, GPO: 

Statistical Abstract of the United States, 1971, Dec. 15, 1971.. 5. 50 

National Journal: 

2 binders, Dec. 1, 1971 12.00 

Library of Congress: 

For ATS-360 terminal usage, November 1971 314.00 

Penn Central Transportation Co.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Nov. 12, 1971 54.80 

Wall Street Journal: 

Renewal subscription, Feb. 3, 1972 35.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, November 1971 123.65 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, November 1971 220.84 

Business Week Magazine: 

1-year subscription, Dec. 13, 1971 12.00 

Paul Nelson: 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, Jan. 14, 1972 90.80 

George Gross: 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C.,to Charlotte, N.C., Jan. 16-17, 1972 76.00 

Kelsay R. Meek: 

8 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to San Antonio, Tex., Jan. 3-10, 1972 339. 60 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, November 1971— 

Full committee ..- 648.70 

Subcommittee on Housing 162. 17 

Official travel for Members and staff: 

American Airlines, Inc., Nov. 26, 1971 1... 702.46 

Eastern Airlines, Inc., January 1972 978.00 

National Urban Coalition: 

15copjesof Guide to Federal Low- & Moderate-Income Housing & Community Devel- 
opment Programs, Dec. 16, 1971 7. 50 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, November 1971 228. 10 

Superintendent of Documents, GPO: 

For Congressional District Data Reports, Dec. 28, 1971 12.00 

William A. Barrett, M.C.: 

11 days per diem incurred on travel, from Philadelphia, Pa., to San Francisco, Calif.; 

Honolulu, Hawaii; points in Asia; and return, Dec. 28, 1971-Jan. 23, 1972 385. 00 

Gerald R. McMurray: 

6 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Honolulu, Hawaii; points in Asia; and San Francisco, Calif., 

Jan. 2-23, 1972 225.77 

Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, December 1971... 133.32 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, December 1971 67.48 

Congressional Quarterly Service: 

For subscription renewal, Jan. 1, 1972 144.00 

Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, December 1971 485.05 

Luce Press Clippings, Inc. : 

For services during December 1971 172.75 

Wall Street Journal: 

Subscription renewal from Mar. 3, 1972. 35.00 

International Finance Section, Princeton University: 

For publication, Jan. 13, 1972 -- 1-00 

Library of Congress: 

Telephone service, December 1971 4-50 

Brookings Institution: 

For publications, Jan. 7, 1972 --- 1- '5 

National Journal : „„„ „„ 

Renewal subscription, Jan. 10, 1972 200.00 

Philadelphia Inquirer: 

Renewal subscription, Jan. 10, 1972 49.00 



291 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMIHEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY— Continued 
1972 

Feb. 8 6033 Journal of Commerce: ,,,„,, U7 m 

Renewal subscription to Mar. 12,1973 *''=•"" 

Howard Law Jorunal; , ,c 

For publication, Jan. 7,1972 ^- '^ 

American Banker: ,„„ „„ 

Renewal subscriptions from Mar. 27, 1972 l^u.uu 

Standard & Poor's Corp.: nc nn 

Renewal subscription from Jan. 1, 1972 _- iia.uu 

Virginia Law Review Association: , .. 

For publication, Jan. 12, 1972 - - ^-^^ 

Overseas Development Council: , -j 

For publications, Jan. 14, 1972 i-"* 

6034 Library of Congress: , .n 

Telephone services, Decembsr 1971 --- '■■'" 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: ort -ic 

Official telephone service, December 1971.. zd/.id 

9 6132 Thomas L. Ashley, M.C.: j* • u, u- * n f» t^c^i.^n 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to San Juan, 

P.R.,Jan. 21-24, 1972 '^'^■^^ 

6133 Ben B. Blackburn, M.C.: ^ . , ^ *,„ .,„„ 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Atlanta, Ga., Jan. 27-30,1972 84.00 

6134 ^'^'^4"davs per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Atlanta and 

Athens, Ga., Jan. 27-30, 1972 ,__.... -- — -—- 140.00 

6135 4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to San Juan, P.R., Jan. 21-24,1972 231.00 

6136 Garry Brown, WI.C: . . , j ♦,„ *,„„ 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to San Juan, P.R., Jan. 21-23, 1972.. _ 180.00 

George Gross: . . , „ j » ■„, «,„„ 

8 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 2 round t.ips.from 
Washington, D.C., to— oon no 

6137 San Juan, P.R., Jan. 21-24, 1972. 330.U3 

6138 Atlanta and Athens, Ga., Jan. 27-30, 1972 150.40 

6139 Casey Ireland: j ^ , j t ■„ *,«„ 

4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to San Juan, P.R., Jan. 21-24,1972 242.1^ 

6140 Benjamin McKeever: ., , . . ,./.,•* n r- ♦„ c,n i„c,n 

4 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to San Juan, 
P.R., Jan. 21-24,1972 '^"- "0 

6141 Joseph G. Minish,M.C.: ,,. . ,„ u- , ^r t„ Ati,n*, p, 

4 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Atlanta, Ga., 
Jan. 27-30, 1972 ^^^'^^ 

6142 J. William Stanton, M.C.: ...•„, u- * no *„ ftn,nto 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Atlanta, 
Ga., Jan. 27-30,1972 --- ^''''- "" 

10 6181 Ben B. Blackburn, M.C.: ^ ^ , j ^ ■„ .,„„ 

4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington,D.C.,toS3nJuan,P.R.,Jan. 23-26, 1972 -^31. bU 

6198 Lawrence G. Williams, M.C: ^^. , r^u, ^ , u- d * c n i,„n 

9 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Philadelphia, Pa., to San Juan, 

P.R., Dec. 27, 1971-Jan. 4, 1972 513.00 

6199 Paul Nelson: , „ ,„,^ 70 cq 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, Feb. 8, 1972 '»-o^ 

16 6381 Thomas L.Ashley, M.C.: ^^. ,,,,., „„ t„ n,„t^n 
Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Dayton, 
Ohio, Feb. 3-5, 1972 ^07.00 

6382 Ben B. Blackburn, M.C.: ... < ,., u.- * no t. n „♦„„ 

2 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Dayton, 

Oiiio, Feb. 4-5, 1972 . '"• "" 

6383 Terrence Boyle: , ,,. , ,., u- * no f„ n^wt^n 

3 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Dayton, 

Ohio, Feb. 3-5, 1972 10^-0" 

^"Tdays p^ar diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Dayton, Ohio, 

Feb. 3-5,1972 ^"^- ^" 

6385 Casey Ireland: ^ . , j*- »,„,„ 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Dayton, Ohio, Feb. 3-5, 1972 iu^- '" 

Robert G.Stephens, Jr., M.C.: ^^. ,.,,., „„ .„ c,„ 

6386 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to San 

Juan,P.R.,Jan. 21-25, 1972 ... ------- 59b. uu 

6387 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Atlanta, Ga., to Washing- 

ton,D.C.,Jan. 27-31, 1972 t----:"---, rr-'Tn-.^" 

6388 3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, trom 

Washington, D.C., to Dayton, Ohio, Feb. 3-5, 1972 108-00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, December 1971— en cc 

17 6422 Full Committee 1 Si ^8 

6423 Housing Subcommittee lat. 00 



292 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMIHEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY— Continued 
1972 
Feb. 24 6491 J. William Stanton, MX. : 

2 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Dayton, 

Ohio, Feb. 3-4, 1972 $70.00 

6535 Business Weel<: 

Renewal subscription, Feb. 1, 1972 26.00 

Wall Street Journal: 

Renewal subscription, Feb. 2, 1972 35.00 

Luce Press Clippings, Inc.: 

For service during January 1972 193. 50 

National Journal: 

For binders, Feb. 3, 1972 . 12.00 

Library of Congress: 

Telephone service, January 1972 4.50 

Congressional Quarterly, Inc.: 

For binders, Jan. 24,1972 15.00 

6536 Economist Subscription Department: 

Subscription renewal from Apr. 11, 1972 48.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, December 1971_ 134.79 

Majority Room: 

Miscellaneous printing services, January 1972 3.00 

Official travel for Members and staff: 
25 6588 Delta Air Lines, Inc., Jan. 23-30,1972 403.00 

Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

6590 Jan. 27-30, 1972 252.00 

6591 Jan. 16-17, 1972 90.00 

6592 Jan. 17,1972 243.00 

Xerox Corp: 

Meter usage, January 1972— 

29 6644 Full Committee 558.72 

6645 Housijig Subcommittee. 139.68 

Mar. 1 6765 Paul Nelson: 

6 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to San Juan, P.R., Feb. 15-20, 1972 352.00 

6766 Terrence Boyle: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses Incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C.,to Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 17-19, 1972 114.00 

6767 George Gross: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 17-19,1972 120.50 

6768 Robert G.Stephens, Jr., M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to 
Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 17-19, 1972 136.50 

2 6820 Ben B. Blackburn, Wl.C: 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 18-19,1972 87.00 

Benjamin B. McKeever: 

5 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 2 round trips, from 
Washington, D.C., to Philadelphia, Pa.— 

6821 Feb. 17-19, 1972 120.50 

6822 Feb. 13-14, 1972 95.95 

6823 Gerald R. McMurray: 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, Feb. 23, 1972 80.87 

Official travel for Members and staff: 

3 6926 Eastern Airlines, Inc., Jan. 27-30,1972 139.00 

6931 United Airlines, Inc., Nov. 26-Dec. 4, 1971 1,080.67 

6 6955 Library of Congress: 

Telephone services during January 1972 4.50 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, January 1972 333. 12 

Ancorp INational Services, Inc: 

Subscription to New York Times, January-March 1972 45. 00 

6956 Wall Street Journal: 

Renewal of 4 subscriptions... 140.00 

Ancorp National Services, Inc.: 

Delivery of New York Times for January 1972 48.25 

Brookings Institution: 

For publication 1- 18 

8 6992 Casey Ireland: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 17-19, 1972 123.34 

10 7095 Allegheny Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Feb. 13-14, 1972 44.00 

14 7169 OrmanS. Fink: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New 

York City, Feb. 28, 1972 .--. 102.98 

7170 John Lindauer: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Claremont, Calif., to Washington, D.C., and 
return,Mar. 5-6, 1972. 664.00 



293 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMIHEES 



Amount 



1972 

Mar. 16 7223 

7224 

7233 

7234 

17 7247 



7251 



7256 



20 7282 



21 


7297 


24 


7416 


29 


7427 
7428 
7537 



COMMIHEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY— Continued 

Official travel for Members and staff : 

Allegheny Airlines, Inc., Feb. 17-19, 1972 . $176.00 

American Airlines, Inc., Jan. 21-24, 1972.___ 990.00 

Eastern Airlines, Inc., Feb. 12, 1972 248.00 

Library of Congress: 

For ATS-360 terminal usage, December 1971-January 1972 634.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Toner, Jan. 31, 1972 _ 121.25 

Business and Society Review: 

Subscription, Feb. 16, 1972_, _ 24.00 

Newsweek Magazine: 

2-year subscription. May 1972-74 28.00 

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions: 

1-year subscription. Mar. 1972-73 10.00 

Congressional Quarterly, Inc.: 

Payment for 3 books - 10.95 

Sidney Kramer Books: 

For publication, Feb. 15, 1972 13.00 

Foundation News: 

Subscription renewal, Feb. 24, 1972 .... 10.00 

Forbes: 

Subscription renewal, Mar. 1, 1972 2.97 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, January 1972 163.93 

1-year subscriptions: 

Official Airline Guide, March 1972-73 35.00 

National Journal, June 1972-73 200.00 

Congressional Quarterly Service, June 1972-73 144.00 

Paul Nelson: 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, Mar. 10, 1972 98.83 

Library of Congress: 

For ATS-360 terminal usage, February 1972 320.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage — 

January 1972 86.19 

February 1972 . 775.50 

Luce Press Clippings: 

For services during February 1972 140.25 

Majority Room: 

Miscellaneous printing services, February 1972 5. 00 

Office Supply Service 

Miscellaneous stationery items, Feb. 7, 1972 175. 52 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, February 1972 193.88 

District Delivery Service: 

Newspaper deliveries, April-June 1972 17.60 

Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, February 1972 64. 55 

Library of Congress: 

Telephone services rendered during February 1972 4.50 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, February 1972 376. 30 

Curtis A. Prins: 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Chicago, III., Mar. 23-24, 1972 _ 85. 00 

Trans World Airlines: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Mar. 21, 1972 510:00 

Bellevue Stratford: 

Use of banquet room for subcommittee meetings, Feb. 18-19, 1972 60.00 

Wail Street Journal: 

Renewal of subscriptions, Mar. 27, 1972 .: 70.00 

Urban Land Institute: 

1 issue of the Urban Land, February 1972 3.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co.: 

Official telegram service, February 1972 15.30 

National Housing Publications, Inc.: 

1-year subscription to Housing and Urban Affairs Daily, May 28, 1972-73 200.00 

Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

OfficialtravelforMembersandstaff, Mar. 13,1972 236.00 

Library of Congress: 

Telephone services, February 1972 4.50 

Sidney Kramer Books: 

For publications 19.40 

Commerce Clearing House, Inc.: 

For service to Consumer Credit Guide ', 170.77 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: .J t 

Official telephone service, February 1972 223. 15 

National Planning Association: 

For publication. Mar. 21,1972 3.64 

Brookings Institution: 

For publication, Mar. 15,1972 3.13 

Fortune: 

Renewalsubscription,Mar. 17, 1972 32.00 



7571 
30 7636 



Apr. 


, 6 


7942 

7959 
7967 




13 


8050 
8051 
8070 




14 


8146 




19 


8257 



20 8266 



294 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES 



Amount 



1972 
Apr. 26 


8367 




8476 


27 


8494 


28 


8614 


May 1 


8741 
8742 
8765 




8773 


2 


8781 


4 


8829 


5 


8896 



COMMIHEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY— Continued 

Xerox Corp.: 

Equipment rental, February 1972... _ $89. 40 

Penn Central Transportation Co. : 

OfficialtravelforMembersandstaff, Feb. 17-19,1972 66.00 

International City Management Association: 

Municipal Year Book— 1972 15.50 

Ward & Paul: 

Stenographic reporting, Mar. 21-23, 1972 874.80 

Xerox Corp.: 

Services of model 3500 machine, March 1972 773.50 

Services rendered, March 1972 _ 193.37 

Library of Congress: 

ForATS-360terminal usage, March 1972 326.00 

United Air Lines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Nov. 26-Dec. 3, 1971 702.46 

Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, March 1972 184.26 

Washington Insurance Newsletter, Inc.: 

1-year subscription, May 12,1972-73 25.00 

BenetD. Gellman: 

4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from Wash- 
ington, D.C., to New York City, Apr. 16-19,1972 155.00 

United Air Lines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Feb. 4-5, 1972 102.00 

Yale Law Journal Co.: 

For publication 1. 50 

Ancorp National Services, Inc.: 

For delivery of New York Times, February-March 1972 106.00 

The Economist: 

Subscri ption renewal 48. 00 

Office Supply Service: 

Requisition dated Mar. 17,1972 427.51 

Luce Press Clippings, Inc.: 

Services for March 1972 _.._ 178.00 

Forbes: 

For subscription renewal 9.50 

Washington Post: 

For subscription . 50. 86 

Ancorp National Services, Inc.: 

3-month subscription to New York Times, April-June 1972.. 45.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, March 1972 242.28 

Robert B. Luce, Inc.: 

For publication 5.00 

Brookings Institution: 

For BPEA subscription 1972 6.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, March 1972 216.76 

Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff. Mar. 13, 1972 132. 00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Services of 660 model machine, March 1972 58.20 

Curtis A. Prins: 

4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Newark, N.J. , May 8-11, 1972 189.14 

Xerox Corp.: 

Services of 660 model machine, April 1972 58.20 

Paul Nelson: 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund. May 17, 1972 9L 19 

Council of Planning Librarians: 

For publication 1-50 

Urban Land Institute: 

For publ jcation 8. 00 

Luce Press Clippings, Inc.: 

For services during April 1972 154.50 

Paul Nelson: 

4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel , round trip, from Wash- 
ington, D.C., to New Orleans, La., May 24-27, 1972 150.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Services rendered, April 1972 168. 2Z 

Supplies, May 24, 1972 -- 121.25 

Meter usage, April 1972 672.90 

District Delivery Service: 

Delivery of New York Times, April-June 1972 20.50 

M.I.T. Press: 

Publication 15.21 

Library of Congress: ^„„ „„ 

For ATS-360 terminal usage, April 1972 326.00 

Penn Central Transportation Co.: 

Official travel for Members and staff. - - 54.80 



8906 



8941 



10 9004 



17 9156 



19 


9179 




9190 




9224 


22 


9278 


23 


9315 


25 


9329 


30 


9390 



June 6 9598 



9634 
9638 
9640 

7 9712 

9713 

8 9833 
9837 



295 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMIHEES Amount 

COMMIHEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY— Continued 
1972 
June 9 9901 Commerce Clearing House, Inc.: 

Subscription renewal $160. 00 

Financial Publishing Co.: 

For publication -. 12.50 

American Hospital Association: 

For publication 3.95 

Western Union Telegraph Co.: 

Official telegram service, April 1972 16.77 

9902 Library of Congress: 

Telephone service, March-April 1972 _ __. 9.00 

Fortune: 

1-year subscription, September 1972-73 16.00 

9903 Library of Congress: 

Teleohone service, March-April 1972 9.00 

W. E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research: 

For publication .75 

R. L.Polk & Co.: 

For publication 47. 25 

9907 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, April 1972 217.83 

Evening and Sunday Bulletin: 

1-year subscription, June 1972-73 50.00 

9908 Housing and Urban Development Newsletter: 

1-year subscription, July 1972-73 1.50 

National Association of Home Builders: 

For Hypothetical Case #234 Condominiums 3.00 

13 9933 Curtis A. Prins: 

5 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C.,to Newark, N.J., May 29-June2, 1972 232.04 

14 9981 William L.C.Wheaton: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Berkeley, Calif., to Washington, D.C., round 
trip, June 8-9, 1972 721.84 

15 10035 Paul Nelson: 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, June 13, 1972 _. 86.25 

10076 Office Supply Service: 

For requisition dated May 3, 1972 179.49 

The Brookings Institution: 

For publication 3.68 

Luce Press Clippings, Inc.: 

For services during May 1972-. _ 138.75 

10077 AMS Press, Inc.: 

For book "Housing 1970-71" 14.95 

Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, April 1972 75.73 

10078 American Banker: 

1-year subscription. May 26, 1972-73 150.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, April 1972 265.69 

22 10213 Library of Congress: 

For ATS-360 terminal usage, June 6, 1972 332.00 

10238 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage. May 1972 111.77 

26 10274 Wall Street Journal: 

1-year subscription, June 1972-73 35.00 

District Delivery Service: 

For Jul /-September 1972 service.. 17.60 

Money Manager: 

l-year subscription, June 1972-73 121.00 

27 10293 George Gross: 

1 day per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to New York City, June 14,1972 55.00 

29 10399 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service. May 1972 256.65 

Salaries for 6 months 349,786.47 

Refunds and adjustments (90.11) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 385, 409. 90 

COMMITTEE ON DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 
Feb. 9 6176 Xerox Ccrp.: 

Meter usage, January 1972 265.98 

25 6572 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Officialteltohoneservice,Sept. 30, Oct. 31, and Nov. 30, 1971... 14.44 

Mar. 16 7206 Stephen J. Pollak: 

Payment for legal services pursuant to H. Res. 28, 92d Congress, Aug. 15, 1971 2,500.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service — 
Apr. 4 7816 Dec. 31,1971 ?-74 

26 8464 Aug.31,1971 3.15 

8465 Feb. 29, 1972 1-35 

May 1 8752 March 1972 1-60 



296 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Dale No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 



1972 

May 9 8961 Xerox Corp. 



COMMITTEE ON DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA— Continued 



Meter usage, requisition dated Apr. 21, 1972 $148.56 

Salaries for 6 months 47,886.80 

Refunds and adjustments ._ (527.50) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 50, 305. 12 

COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR 
Jan. 7 5180 Xerox Corp.: 

IVIeter usage, November 1971_. 195.61 

17 5315 John Brademas, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New 
York City, and Boston, Mass., Nov. 20-22, 1971 243. 10 

18 5347 Dennis J. Taylor: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Los 
Angeles and San Francisco, Calif.; Austin, Tex.; and Atlanta, Ga., Jan. 5-12, 1972 816. 45 

5348 Martin L. LaVor: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Albu- 
querque, N. Mex.; Riverside, Calif.; Seattle, Wash.; and Anchorage, Alaska, 
Jan. 2-12, 1972 1,173.29 

19 5376 James B. Harrison: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Bethesda, Md., to 
Miami, Fla., Jan. 11-15, 1972 373.00 

5377 Al Franklin: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Alexandria, Va., to Miami, 
Fla.,Jan. 11-15, 1972 437.91 

5378 John C.Miller: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Arlington, Va.,to Miami, 
Fla., Jan. 11-15,1972 365.00 

20 5388 Austin P. Sullivan, Jr.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Baltimore, Md., to [\evi 
Orleans, La., Dec. 27-29,1971 340.34 

21 5454 Vance J. Anderson: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Buffalo, 
N.Y., Jan. 4-5,1972 140.00 

5455 John M. Ashbrook,M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to San 
Francisco, Calif., Dec. 9-11, 1971 493.00 

5456 EricHonick: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Buffalo, 
N.Y.,Jan. 4-5, 1972 147.00 

5457 Benjamin F. Reeves: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Lexing- 
ton, Ky., Jan. 12-15, 1972 238.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

5475 Reimbursement for Xerox bill dated Dec. 29,1971 97.00 

5476 Meter usage, November 1971 38.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service— 

22 5490 November 1971 115.53 

5491 Oct. 8-Nov. 30, 1971 175.43 

5492 Nov. 30,1971 -.-. 21.50 

District Delivery Service: 

5496 Payment for 3-month delivery of New York Times, January-March 1972 21.50 

5497 Subscription for daHy delivery of New York Times, January-March 1972 35.00 

5510 Western Union: 

Official telegram service, November 1971 562.71 

5530 Bureau of National Affairs: 

1-year subscription to Labor Relations Reporter 300. 00 

26 5574 John F.Jennings: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Chicago, 
111.; Albuquerque, N. Mex.; Los Angeles and Riverside, Calif.; Seattle, Wash.; 
Anchorage, Alaska; Minneapolis, Minn.; and Lexington, Ky., Jan. 2-14, 1972 1, 266. 53 

5575 Alexandra J. Kisia: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Gallup, 
Tex.; Riverside, Calif.; Seattle, Wash.; and Anchorage, Alaska, Jan. 2-12, 1972 1, 185.99 

5576 MattieL. Maynard: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Los 

Angeles and San Francisco, Calif.; and Austin, Tex., Jan. 5-11, 1972 729.00 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Minne- 
apolis, Minn.; Chicago, 111.; and Lexington, Ky., Jan. 10-15, 1972: 

5577 Carl D. Perkins, M.C 282.00 

5578 Charles W. Radcliffe .._- 440.00 

5579 H.D. Reed,Jr.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Minne- 
apolis, Minn., and Lexington, Ky., Jan. 10-15, 1972 494.32 

5580 John Smokevitch: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Buffalo, 
N.Y., Jan. 4-5,1972 140.00 

27 5616 Congressional Quarterly Service: 

1-year subscription to Congressional Quarterly, Jan. 14, 1972-73. 144.00 



297 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMIHEES Amount 

COMMIHEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR— Continued 

1972 Xerox Corp.: 

Jan. 27 5623 Meter usage, December 1971-Jan. 13, 1972._.- $133.28 

5624 Meter usage, October-November 1971 546. 08 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, November 1971— 

5682 Select Subcommittee on Labor 123.41 

5683 Special Subcommittee on Education 14.41 

5684 Select Subcommittee on Education 120. 74 

5685 General Subcommittee on Education 133. 25 

31 5757 Harvard Educational Review: 

1-year subscription, Jan. 14, 1972-73_.. 10.00 

Feb. 1 5906 Vi/illiam Cable: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Gallup, 
N. Wlex.; Riverside, Calif.; Seattle, Wash.; and Anchorage, Alaska, Jan. 2-12, 1972. 1, 175. 54 

5907 Phillip Burton, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Honolulu, 
Hawaii, Jan. 3-7, 1972 949. 83 

5908 John C. Miller: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Arlington, Va., to 

Washington, D.C.; Tampa and St. Petersburg, Fla., Jan. 19-21, 1972 265. 50 

2 5937 Christopher Kennan: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Tampa 

and Miami, Fla., Jan. 19-23,1972 349.25 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 

8 6089 Minority staff, November 1971 165.43 

6090 Select Subcommittee on Labor, December 1971 59.62 

9 6143 William (Bill) Clay, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Honolulu, 
Hawaii; Los Angeles and San Francisco, Calif., Jan. 3-6, 1972 729. 75 

6144 William D.Ford, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Honolulu, 

Hawaii, Jan. 3-7, 1972 829. 13 

Lloyd Meeds, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C.,to 
Chicago, III.; Albuquerque, N. Mex.; Los Angeles, Calif.; Riverside, Ontario; 
Seattle, Wash.; and Anchorage, Alaska, Jan. 3-12, 1972— 

6145 10 days per diem 350.00 

6146 Official travel expenses 769.74 

6147 Albert H.Quie,M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Min- 
neapolis, Minn.; Chicago, III.; and Lexington, Ky., Jan. 11-15, 1972 341. 00 

6148 Robert E.Vagley: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Honolulu, 

Hawaii,Jan. 3-7, 1972 846.43 

6177 Michael J. Bernstein: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to San 
Francisco, Calif., Jan. 27-29, 1972 521.75 

10 6182 National Journal: 

1-year subscription, January 1972-73 100.00 

6183 Newsclip: 

1 copy of Midwest Media, 1972 edition, January 1972 25. 00 

6184 Seattle Center: 

Rental of Orcas Room for public hearing on Indian education, Jan. 8, 1972 30.00 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 
Stenographic reporting— 

6213 Nov. 22, 1971 245. 10 

6214 Nov. 2, 1971 356.25 

6215 Nov. 20, 1971 293.55 

6216 Oct.22,1971.. 42L 80 

6217 Dec. 10,1971 350.55 

6218 Dec. 13, 1971 188. 10 

11 6312 William (Bill) Clay, iVI.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, from San Francisco, Calif., to Atlanta, 

Ga.,and Washington, D.C., Jan. 7-12, 1972 433.35 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 

16 6348 Subcommitteeon Agricultural Labor, December 1971 44.20 

6354 General Subcommittee on Education, December 1971 205. 50 

6355 Full committee, November 1971 55.09 

6356 Special Subcommittee on Education, Dec. 31, 1971 1. 25 

6357 General Subcommittee on Labor, December 1971 178. 12 

24 6492 Ann N. Owens: 

Reimbursement for official local travel, Feb. 4, 1972 1.75 

6524 Xerox Corp.: 

Supplies,Jan. 27-30 and Feb. 8, 1972 34.58 

25 6565 Hugh G.Duffy: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to San 
Francisco,Calif.,Jan. 27-29, 1972 521.50 



298 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Data No. 



SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMIHEES 



Amount 



COMMIHEE ON EDUCATION AND UBOR— Continued 
1972 
Feb. 25 6566 Daniel H. Pollitt: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to San 

Francisco, Calif., Jan. 27-29, 1972 $513.00 

6567 Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting, Oct. 29-30, 1971_._ 598.50 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 

6573 General Subcommittee on Labor, January 1972 58.79 

6574 Minority staff, December 1971 109.38 

6575 Full committee, December 1971 123.78 

6576 General Subcommittee on Labor, November 1971 30.35 

6577 Select Subcommittee on Education, December 1971 90.49 

28 6605 Western Union Telegraph Co.: 

Official telegram service, December 1971 35.64 

6632 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, December 1971 387.09 

Mar. 1 6770 Jack G. Duncan: 

Reimbursement for official local travel, Jan. 19-Feb. 10, 1972 14.25 

6771 Augustus F. Hawkins, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Los 
Angeles and San Francisco, Calif.; Austin, Tex.; and Atlanta, Ga., Jan. 5-12, 1972. 854.66 

6772 William A. Steiger,M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, one way, from Madison, Wis., to Minne- 
apolis, Minn., and Milwaukee, Wis., Jan. 10-12,1972 109.00 

2 6824 Harry Bridges: 

1 day per diem incurred as witness, Feb. 4, 1972 _ 20.00 

6861 Capitol Publications, Inc.: 

1-year subscription to Education Daily, February 1972-73-.- 65. 00 

National Journal: 

6862 1-year subscription, February 1972-73 200.00 

6853 3 issues only, Feb. 10, 1972 9.00 

6864 Pension & V^elfare News: 

1-year subscription, Feb. 16,1972-73 24.00 

6865 Government Printing Office: 

1-year subscription to Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents, February 

1972-73 ---. 9.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 

3 6917 Subcommittee on Agricultural Labor, January 1972 78.45 

6918 General Subcommittee on Education, January 1972 69.86 

6919 Select Subcommittee on Education, February 1972 . 40.94 

6920 Special Subcommittee on Labor, Oct. 13-Dec. 30, 1971 138. 58 

7 6981 Western Union: 

Official telegram service, February 1972 37.49 

8 7004 EricHonick: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Boston, 
Brandeis, Cambridge and Lexington, Mass., Feb. 17-19, 1972 225.85 

9 7062 John Smokevitch: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Boston, 

Mass., Feb. 17-19,1972 209.00 

7075 Journal of Law & Education: 

1-year subscription to Volume 1, February 1972-73 20.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service. January 1972— 
10 7101 General Subcommittee on Labor 56.37 

7102 Full committee 129.28 

7103 Special Subcommittee on Labor 109.19 

Xerox Corp.: ,,,. „, 

7125 Equipment rental and supplies, Jan. 1-Feb. 2 and 11, 1972_ 115.24 

14 7178 Meter usage, January 1972 298.27 

7179 Payment of bill dated Feb. 27, 1972 103.86 

16 7207 Vance Anderson: 

Reimbursement tor official travel expenses, round trip, Washington , D.C. ,to Boston, 
Waltham and Cambridge, Mass., Feb. 17-19,1972 228.70 

7208 Al Franklin: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Miami, 
Fla.,Feb. 22-25, 1972 432.12 

7209 Robert E.Vagley: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Boston 

and Lexington, Mass., Feb. 17-19, 1972 224.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telenhone service, January 1972— 

7226 Special Subcommittee on Education _ 1-35 

7227 Select Subcommittee on Labor 132.12 

7231 District Delivery Service: 

Delivery of New York Times, April-June 1972 21.50 

7242 Xerox Corp.: 

Paymentof bill dated Jan. 29,1972 100.00 

17 7258 John Smokevitch: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Seattle, 
Wash., Mar. 12-15, 1972 _ ---- 542.75 



299 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMIHEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR— Continued 
1972 
Mar. 23 7310 Martin L. LaVor: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C.,to Minneap- 
olis, Minn., Mar. 10-11, 1972 $256.00 

7379 William Cable: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C.,to Minneap- 
olis, Minn., Mar. 10-12,1972 264.00 

Victor V.Veysey, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, 2 round trips, from Washington, D.C.to — 

7380 Ontario, and Los Angeles, Calif.; Galluo and Albuquerque, i^. Mex.; River- 

side, Ontario; and Anchorage, Alaska, Jan. 2-12, 1972 _ 962.59 

7381 Minneapolis, Minn., Mar. 10-11,1972 256.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac "felephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, February 1972— 
24 7399 General Subcommittee on Labor (Task Force) 58.29 

7400 Select Subcommittee on Education 81.78 

7401 General Subcommittee on Labor 80.73 

District Delivery Service: 

7410 Subscription to New York Times, April-June 1972 21. 50 

7411 Delivery of New/ York Times, April-June 1972 21.50 

7429 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, February 1972 498.53 

7436 Majority Room: 

Miscellaneous printing services, Feb. 10 and 25, 1972 24.20 

28 7488 National Journal: 

2 National Journal binders, Feb. 3, 1972 ___- 12.00 

7508 Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.: 

1-year subscription to Labor Relations Reporter, Feb. 4, 1972-73 300.00 

7509 Ed Flynn: 

1 day per diem incurred as witness, Feb. 4, 1972 20.00 

Vance J. Anderson: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses , 2 round trips, Washington, D.C., to— 

29 7553 Seattle, Wash., Mar. 12-15,1972 571.27 

7554 Philadelphia, Pa., Mar. 19-21, 1972 156.00 

7555 John M.Smokevitch: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Phila- 
delphia, Pa., Mar. 20-21, 1972 __-. 124.51 

Robert E. Vagley: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, 2 round trips, Washington, D.C., to— 

7556 Seattle, Wash., Mar. 12-15, 1972 542.50 

7557 Philadelphia, Pa., Mar. 19-21, 1972 119.00 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting— 

30 7620 Mar. 6, 1972 842.18 

7634 Do 2,028.30 

Lloyd Meeds, M.C.: 
Apr. 4 7810 1 day per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Minneapolis, 

Minn., Mar. 10-11, 1972 35.00 

7811 Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Minneapo- 

lis, Minn., Mar. 10-11, 1972 186.00 

7812 Vance J. Anderson: 

Reimbursementfor official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Pittsburgh, 

Pa., Mar. 25, 1972 124.48 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service: 

7817 Minority office, January 1972 72.27 

7818 Special Subcommittee on Education, February 1972 14. 20 

7819 General Subcommittee on Education, February 1972 180.52 

7820 Special Subcommittee on Labor, February 1972 66.94 

7821 Subcommittee on Agricultural Labor, February 1972 70.09 

7822 Select Subcommittee on Labor, February 1972 153.93 

7828 District Delivery Service: 

3-month subscription to New York Times, April-June 1972 35.00 

House Postmaster: 

Postage stamns for official committee business— 

7830 November 1971 33.25 

7831 February 1972 57.00 

7832 Mar. 2, 1972 72.50 

7833 Feb. 2, 1972 13.50 

7834 Nov. 16, 197L 16.00 

7835 February 1972 78.50 

Xerox Corp.: 

6 7910 Reimbursement for bill dated Mar. 14,1972 97.00 

7911 Meter usage, March 1972 493.99 

7943 John F. Jennings: 

Reimbursementfor official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C.toSt. Louis, 

Mo., and Minneapolis, Minn., Mar. 9-11, 1972 334.34 

7977 Marian Wyman: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New York 
City, Mar. 26-28, 1972 171.80 

79-639—72 20 



300 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMIHEES Amount 

COMMIHEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR— Continued 
1972 
Apr. 12 8008 Cynthia D. Banzer: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenes, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New York 
City, Mar. 26-28, 1972. .__ $140.00 

8009 Alexandra J. Kisia: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C.,to Minneap- 
olis, Minn., Wlar. 10-11, 1972 286.47 

Roman C. Pucinski, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, 2 round trips, Washington, D.C., to — 

8010 Lexington, Ky., Jan. 12-15,1972 133.00 

8011 Austin, Tex., Jan. 23-24,1972 234.00 

8012 John M. Smokevitch: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Pittsburgh, 
Pa., Mar. 25, 1972 100.96 

8013 Robert E.Vagley: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Pittsburgh, 

Pa., Mar. 24-25, 1972 101.00 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 
Stenographic reporting— 

13 8081 Mar. 20, 1972 242.25 

8082 Mar. 10, 1972 484.50 

14 8138 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, February 1972 79.23 

8144 District Delivery Service: 

3-month subscription to New York Times, April-June 1972 47.75 

8157 Trans-World Airlines, Inc.: 

Transportation for subpenaed witness, Feb. 4, 1972. 388.00 

8161 West Publishing Co.: 

U.S. Code Annotated, 47 vols., Sept. 23,1971 251.50 

8186 Education Press Association of America: 

1 copy of America's Education Press, 31st ed., April 1972 5. 00 

19 8244 John M. Smokevitch: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Detroit, 
Mich., Apr. 4-5, 1972 202.28 

20 8281 Cynthia D. Banzer: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to East St. 
Louis and Belleville, Mo., Mar. 9-10, 1972 194.50 

8282 EricHonick: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington D.C., to Detroit, 
Mich.,Apr. 5, 1972 132.60 

8283 John F. Jennings: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Chicago, 
III., Apr. 5-7, 1972 241.50 

21 8316 Austin P. Sullivan, Jr.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., Mar. 23-24, 1972 138.00 

24 8334 Jack G. Duncan: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, from Washington, D.C.. to Salt Lake City, 

Utah; Pocatello, Idaho, and return via Idaho Falls, Idaho, Apr. 13-15, 1972 476.50 

8335 Jack G. Duncan: 

Reimbursement for official local travel. Mar. 1, Apr. 7 and 9, 1972 12. 00 

26 8369 Charles W. Radcliffe: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to San 
Francisco, Calif., Apr. 13-14, 1972 465.44 

8433 Editorial Projects for Education: 

Subscription, Mar. 31, 1972-73 ... 20.00 

8434 Ed Flynn: 

Witness transportation from San Francisco, Calif., to Washington, D.C., round trip, 

Feb. 4, 1972 389.80 

8470 Congressional Quarterly, Inc.: 

1 copy of CQ Almanac for 1967 and 1968, Apr. 1, 1972 95. 00 

27 8497 Insurance Department of the State of Connecticut: 

Copy of a sales agreement between I.T. & T. and Medio Banco for purpose of pension 

study, Apr. 4, 1972 3.00 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 
Stenographic reporting — 

8528 Mar. 30, 1972.. _ 495.00 

8529 Do 401.85 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, March 1972 — 

May 1 8753 Special Subcommittee on Labor 48.37 

8754 Subcommittee on Agricultural Labor 45.85 

4 8841 Orval Hansen, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Pocatello, 

Idaho, Apr. 13-16, 1972 469.75 

8842 Martin L. LaVor: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, Washington, D.C., to Salt Lake City, 

Utah; Pocatello, Idaho; and Idaho Falls, Idaho, Apr. 13-15, 1972 476. 55 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service — 

5 8874 General Subcommittee on Labor, March, 1972.. 36.04 



301 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMIHEES Amount 



COMMIHEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR— Continued 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
1972 Official telephone service — 

May 5 8875 General Subcommittee on Education, March 1972 $227.90 

8876 Special Subcommittee on Education, March 1972 8.59 

8877 Pension Study Tasl< Force, March 1972 103.46 

8878 Minority staff, February 1972 47.06 

8879 Select Subcommittee on Education, April 1972 80. 42 

8905 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, April 1972 298.27 

8917 |\lational Association of Educational Broadcasters: 

1 copy of I^AEB Telecommunications Directory, 1972, Apr. 18, 1972 5. 50 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 
Stenographic reporting— 

10 8972 Mar. 11,1972 621.30 

8973 Mar. 27-29, 1972 319.20 

9032 American Correctional Association: 

Miscellaneous publications 14. 50 

Minority Room: 

For services rendered 16. 3U 

9033 Victor Riesel Column: 

Subscription 'U-UU 

Wail Street Journal: 

1-year subscription, Mar. 23, 1972-73 35.00 

Education Daily: „_ „„ 

1-year subscription, Mar. 30, 1972-73 175.00 

New York Times: ., ,.„ 

Daily and Sunday, Jan. 15-June 30, 1972 63. 50 

Journal of Law and Education: 

Subscription 20.00 

12 9073 Albert H. Quie.M.C: ...,.,,.•. „ n » r»- 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washmgton, D.C., to Mmne- 

apolis, Minn., Mar. 10-12, 1972 146.00 

16 9120 Xerox Corp.: „_ „. 

Meter usage, April 1972 9/-00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service, March 1972— 

19 9180 Full committee ic?ic 

9181 Select Subcommittee on Labor Zbl.lb 

9225 Xerox Corp.: ceo o-; 

For services rendered. Mar. 3-Apr. 5, 1972 568.97 

9239 West Publishing Co.: ,„,„,, „ en 

United States Code Annotated 1971 Pocket Parts, Apr. 12, 1972 67. 50 

23 9296 John Brademas, M.C.: ^ . ■ ,., u ., n ^ * o it 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Salt 

Lake City, Utah, and Pocatello, Idaho, Apr. 13-15, 1972.... 480.00 

9320 Cynthia D. Banzer: , , . ■ ,., u- . „ ,^ ^ ■ 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Los 

Angeles, Calif., May 16-19, 1972 528.00 

25 9330 Jack G. Duncan: , „.,„ ,„ .. 

Reimbursement for official local travel, Apr. 24-May 4, 1972 18. 00 

Xerox Corp.: ., .. 

31 9439 Paymentfor invoice dated May 8,1972 Jtlna 

9440 For services rendered, Apr. 5-May 1, 1972 ^i/. d.b 

June 2 9567 Meter usage, April 1972 - 305.26 

9530 Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: o/,n nn 

Stenographic reporting, Apr. 17, 1972 249.00 

9641 John M.Smokevitch: „ „ , „,.., ^ , ,. 

Reimbursementfor official travel expenses, 1 way, Washington, D.C.,to Philadelphia, 

Pa., June 1, 1972 65.71 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 
Stenographic reporting— 

7 9543 May 10, 1972 207.00 

9644 Apr. 24, 1972 151.05 

9645 May 3, 1972 291.00 

9645 Apr. 26-27, 1972 567.00 

9647 Apr. 28, 1972 65.55 

9648 Apr. 11-24, 1972 1,926.60 

9718 Commerce Clearing House, Inc.: icn nn 

1-year subscription to Pension Plan Guide, June 1972-73 IbU.OU 

Chesapeake &a