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92D CONGRESS : : : : 2D SESSION 

JANUARY I8-0CT0BER 18, 1972 



HOUSE DOCUMENTS 



Vol. 6 



REPORT OF CLERK OF HOUSE 
JULY 1-DECEMBER 31, 1971 






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UNITED STATES 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

WASHINGTON : 1972 



} HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES { 



REPORT 



OF THE 



CLERK OF THE 
HOUSE 



FROM 



July 1, 1971, to December 31, 1971 




February 16, 1972. — Referred to the Committee on House Administration 
and ordered to be printed 



U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
71-124 WASHINGTON : 1972 



LETTER OF SUBMITTAL 

February 16, 1972. 
The Honorable the Speaker, 
U.S. House of Representatives. 

Dear Sir: I have the honor to submit the semiannual report of 
the Clerk of the House of Representatives covering receipts and 
expenditures of appropriations and other funds for the period of 
July 1, 1971, through December 31, 1971, as prescribed by Public Law 
88-454 of August 20, 1964 (2 U.S.C. 104a). 

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

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

With kindest regards, I am, 
Sincerely, 

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

Attachment. 

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CONTENTS 



Page 

Attending physician 186 

Automobile expenses: 

Majority leader 353 

Minority leader 353 

Speaker 352 

Capitol Police Board 353 

Capitol Police — uniforms and equipment 353 

Clerk hire, Members, Resident Commissioner, and Delegate 186 

Committee on Appropriations 386 

Consolidated working fund 356 

Furniture 348 

Government contributions 385 

House Barber Shops (suspense account) 375 

House Beauty Shop (revolving fund) 375 

House Recording Studio (revolving fund) 356 

House Restaurant (revolving fund) 377 

Joint Committee on — 

Congressional Operations 352 

Defense Production 352 

Internal Revenue Taxation 351 

Miscellaneous items: 

Employee's transportation expense 267 

Equipment 192 

Equipment maintenance 195 

Gratuities 197 

Interparliamentary reception 198 

Member's transportation expense 241 

Official bonds 198 

Official office expenses of Members outside of District of Columbia. _ 219 

Official telephone expenses of Members outside of District of Columbia. 230 

Rental of office space 198 

Salaries — House Resolution 198 

Supplies, materials, and services 188 

Official mail costs 356 

Postage 348 

Preparation of new edition of — 

District of Columbia Code 385 

United States Code 385 

Revision of the laws 348 

Salaries and expenses — officers and employees: 

Attending physician — technical assistant 185 

Committee employees 179 

Committee on Appropriations 182 

Compilation of precedents of House of Representatives 178 

House Democratic Steering Committee 179 

House Republican Conference 180 

Majority and Minority printing clerks 181 

Minority employees -- 179 

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VI 

Salaries and expenses — officers and employees — Continued 

Office of the — Page 

Attending Physician 186 

Chaplain 178 

Clerk 178 

Doorkeeper 178 

Legislative Counsel 184 

Majority Leader 181 

Majority Whip 181 

Minority Leader 181 

Minority Whip 181 

Parliamentarian 178 

Postmaster 178 

Sergeant at Arms 178 

Speaker 178 

Official reporters of debates 181 

Official reporters to committees 181 

Salaries of officers and employees of the House of Representatives 3 

Standing, Select, and Special Committees: 

Committee on — 

Agriculture 280 

Appropriations 182 

Armed Services 280 

Banking and Currency 282 

District of Columbia 287 

Education and Labor 287 

Foreign Affairs 293 

Government Operations 298 

House Administration 302 

Interior and Insular Affairs 303 

Internal Security 306 

Interstate and Foreign Commerce 313 

The Judiciary 319 

Merchant Marine and Fisheries 322 

Post Office and Civil Service 324 

Public Works 326 

Rules 331 

Science and Astronautics 332 

Standards of Official Conduct 334 

Veterans' Affairs 335 

Ways and Means 337 

Select Committee on — 

Crime 339 

House Restaurant 343 

Small Business 344 

Special Committee — 

On Funerals 346 

To Investigate Campaign Expenditures 346 

Stationery (revolving fund) 358 

Stenographic reports 272 

Telegraph and telephone expense 346 



REPORT OF THE CLERK OF THE HOUSE 

FROM JULY 1, 1971, TO DECEMBER 31, 1971 

STATEMENT OF ACCOUNTABILITY FOR APPROPRIATIONS AND OTHER FUNDS 

Unexpended balance, July 1, 1971 $8,304,298.00 

Appropriations and receipts: 

Current appropriations $147,954,565.00 

Revolving fund receipts: 

Stationery revolving fund _ $407, 544.76 

House Beauty Shop revolving fund 105,615.06 

House Recording Studio revolving fund 60,899.63 

House Restaurant revolving fund_ 872, 172. 86 

House Barber Shop suspense account 22,742.20 

1,468,974.51 

Proceeds from sale of miscellaneous items to be deposited in 

general fund of the Treasury 2,454.75 

149,425,994.26 

Total funds available.. _ 157,730,292.26 

Expenditures and transfers: 

Disbursements for salaries and other expenses less refunds 

and canceled checks. 68,859,431.05 

Transfers: 

Lapsed appropriations transferred to the general fund 

of the Treasury 170.47 

Deposited in the general fund of the Treasury 2,454.75 

2, 625. 22 

68, 862, 056. 27 

Unexpended balance, Dec. 31, 1971 88,868,235.99 



SUMMARY OF TRANSACTIONS BY APPROPRIATIONS 



Purpose 



Funds 
available 



Net 
disbursements 



Transfers 



Unexpended 

balance 

Dec. 31, 1971 



Salaries, officers and employees: 

1970 

1971 

1972.. 

Clerk hire, Members, Resident Commissioner, 
and Delegate: 

1970 

1971 

1972 

Attending physician: 

1970... 

1971... 

1972... 

Miscellaneous items: 

1970.... 

1971 

1972... _ 

Reporting of hearings: 

1970 

1971 

1972 

Special and select committees: 

1970... 

1971 

1972 

Telephone and telegraph: 

1970 

1971.. 

1972 

Revision of the laws: 

1970 

1971... 

1972 



$110,437.92 

728, 901. 04 

24, 224, 870. 00 



22, 533. 37 

187,791.79 

56, 320, 000. 00 

81.57 
10, 059. 55 
92, 900. 00 

771,822.07 
1, 775, 862. 94 
8,218.152.52 

7, 224. 84 
258, 054. 30 
422, 500. 00 

95, 361. 37 

405, 358. 58 

10, 770, 000. 00 

261, 760. 75 

839, 695. 08 

4, 000, 000. 00 

1,694.02 

1,311.38 

39, 980. 00 



$176, 120. 28 
10,807,217.16 



(39.08). 
1,52" " 



522. 08 
28, 336, 215. 87 



8, 947. 04 
35, 077. 62 

3,957.81 
1,032,619.27 
1,820,772.52 



94, 380. 80 
120, 337. 20 

281.63 

144, 766. 75 

4, 073, 580. 29 

9,118.46 

546, 710. 98 

1,023,595.76 



17, 419. 50 



$110,437.92 

552, 780. 76 

13,417,652.84 



22, 572. 45 

186,269.71 

27, 983, 784. 13 

81.57 

1,112.51 

57, 822. 38 

767, 864. 26 

743, 243. 67 

6, 397, 380. 00 

7, 224. 84 
163, 673. 50 
302, 162. 80 

95, 079. 74 

260, 591. 83 

6,696,419.71 

252, 642. 29 

292. 984. 10 

2, 976, 404. 24 

1, 694. 02 

1,311.38 

22, 560. 50 



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SUMMARY OF TRANSACTIONS BY APPROPRIATIONS— Continued 



Purpose 



Funds Net 

available disbursements 



Transfers 



Unexpended 

balance 

Dec. 31, 1971 



Postage stamps: 

1970 

1971.. 

1972 

Furniture: 

1967 . 

1970 

1971- ..; 

1972 

Joint Committee on Internal Revenue Taxation: 

1970 

1971 

1972.... _____ 

Joint Committee on Defense Production: 

1970 

1971 

1972.. _____ 

Joint Committee on Congressional Operations: 

1972 

Speaker's automobile: 

1970 _. 

1971 

1972... 

Majority Leader's automobile: 

1970 _ 

1971 _ 

1972. 

Minority Leader's automobile: 

1970 

1971 

1972 

Capitol Police Board: 

1970 

1971 

1972.... .... 

Uniforms and equipment— Capitol Police: 

1970 

1971 

1972 

Statement of appropriation: 

1970 . 

1971 

1972 

Consolidated working fund : 

1971... 

1972 

Education of pages, 1972 

Official mail costs, 1972 

House Recording Studio— Revolving fund 

Stationery— Revolving fund... _ 

House Restaurant— Revolving fund 

House Beauty Shop— Revolving fund. 

House Barber Shop— Suspense account 

Preparation of new edition of District of Colum- 
bia code 

Preparation of new edition of United States Code. 
Government contributions: 

1970 

1971 

1972.... 

Miscellaneous receipts: 

Sale of waste paper 

Sale of surplus property 

Sale of transcript of hearings 

Other (general funds) ._ 



$4, 050. 24 
257,428.67 
417, 510. 00 

170. 47 

174. 16 

40, 773. 92 

587, 000. 00 

5,950.64 
42, 868. 99 
756, 720. 00 

5,113.87 

6, 888. 00 

133,180.00 

425, 000. 00 

204. 11 
2, 537. 43 
17, 930. 00 

510. 82 
1, 936. 96 
17, 930. 00 

2.95 
1, 238. 80 
17,930.00 

159, 290. 16 
1, 009, 865. 00 
1, 009, 865. 00 

458. 92 

28,142.32 

361, 400. 00 

3, 250. 00 
3, 250. 00 
6, 500. 00 

9, 000. 00 



$216, 025. 65 



37,023.41 
90, 692. 42 



1,842.92 
360,316.91 



226. 83 
61, 798. 93 

89,032.11 



691.71 
7, 375. 84 



813.66 
7, 862. 58 



673. 39 
7, 945. 84 



239, 485. 95 



27, 906. 05 
67, 369. 98 



385. 40 



$170. 47 



$4, 050. 24 
41, 403. 02 
417, 510. 00 



174. 16 

3, 750. 51 

496, 307. 58 

5, 950. 64 

41,026.07 

396, 403. 09 

5, 113. 87 

6,661.17 

71, 381. 07 

335,967.89 

204. 11 

1, 845. 72 

10, 554. 16 

510. 82 

1, 123. 30 

10, 067. 42 

2.95 

565. 41 

9, 984. 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, 850. 00 

32, 994, 000. 00 

265, 233. 80 

2, 638, 515. 69 

1,098,633.87 

123, 765. 74 

22, 742. 20 

92, 052. 24 
186, 756. 14 



14, 594, 000. 00 

17, 257. 79 

918,714.17 

1, 027, 735. 33 

114,980.40 

11,739.61 

14, 077. 72 
53, 804. 58 



12,088.06 

18,775.25 

5, 245, 000. 00 2, 637, 049. 93 



2, 097. 26 

200. 00 

152.25 

5.24 



129. 850. 00 
18, 400, 000. 00 

247. 976. 01 
1,719,801.52 

70, 898. 54 

8, 785. 34 

11, 002. 59 

77, 974. 52 
132,951.56 

12, 088. 06 

18, 775. 25 

2,607,950.07 



2, 097. 26 

200. 00 

152.25 

5.24 



157, 730, 292. 26 68, 859, 431. 05 



2,625.22 88,868,235.99 



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

TO DECEMBER 31, 1971 

OFFICE OF HON. WATKINS M. ABBITT 



COUNCIL, ANNE H 
FLETCHER, W FRED 
FOREHAND, C EDWARD, II 
GUARISCO, SUSAN P 
HORROCKS, NORAH 
KEITH, LEAH GODWIN 
MONTGOMERY, BARBARA J 
PARKER, JAMES HODGES, , 
SPAIN, GARLAND 
TAYLOR, CAROL B 
TRIPP, CAROLE F 
WOODY, MARJORIE A 



CLERK, 

CLERK, TO NOV. 30 

CLERK, FROM NOV. 15 

CLERK, 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

CLERK, 

TO OCT. 1 



13, 



6, 



256.08 
671.66 
502.02 
<U6.65 
894.44 
800.00 
435.68 
450.00 
256.08 
799.98 
970.91 
561.48 



OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS G. ABERNETHY 



ABERNETHY, ALICE L 
RYRD, MARTHA 
DEMOVILLF, LARKIN 
MONTI, ANN C 
MYERS, MILLICENT Y 
NANCE, MICHAEL C 
ROWAN, ALFRED WAYNE 
SAMS, THOMAS P 
STEVENS, CLAIR 
VOSPER, CYNTHIA ANN 

WEINGARTNER, FRANCES H 



SECRETARY, 5,950.02 

SECRETARY, 6,250.02 

CLERK, 5,050.02 

SECTY, FROM AUG. 16 3,000.01 

SECRETARY, 6,250.02 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,127.84 

CLERK, 1,000.02 

CLERK, 1,000.02 

ADM ASST 14,491.92 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

SECTY, FROM AUG. 16 TO SEPT. 30 900.00 

SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 2,499.99 



OFFICE OF HON. JAMES ABOUREZK 



ABRAHAM, JOHN L 
BERGRFN, MARY C 
BERL ING, JUDITH ANNE 
DESCHEPPER, MARILYN 
FELDMAN, GLFNN M 
GERHARDT, JO ANN 
GOODELL, KAREN 
HAGERTY, BERNARD 
KANDARAS, ALICE B 
MEYER, JODIF 

OMEARA, ELISE I 
ROUSE, PETEP M 
SHELBY, LEANITA 
SPENCE, SUZANNE 
STAVRIANOS, MARJORIE 
STAVRIANOS, PETER E 
THORNE, JOHN R 
VOIGHT, DAVID K 
VOIGHT, KAREN 



STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 ... 100.00 

RESEARCH ASST, 4,950.00 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, 6,425.00 

SECTY, 3,400.02 

SPECIAL ASST, 6,208.33 

RECEPTIONIST, FROM AUG. 11 2,722.21 

SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 17 220.00 

CLERK, 3,000.00 

SECRETARY, 2,650.02 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 14 TO 

AUG. 28 450.00 

SECRETARY 3,199.98 

STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 4 1,933.34 

SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 3,958.35 

CASE WORKER, FROM JULY 5 TO OCT. 2 ... 2,028.90 

STAFF ASST, 4,000.02 

ADM ASST, 9,799.98 

PRESS ASST, 8,299.98 

LEGIS ASST, 6,900.00 

SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 ANO 

RECEPTIONIST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 . 750.00 



OFFICE OF HON. BCLLA S. ABZUG 



AMENGLJAL, RANDOLPH 
BROCK, HOWARD A 
BROWN, JEAN 

CASH, FRANCES RUH 
COLLINS, EMILY S 
DAMHRE, JANET E 
DORIAN, LINDA C 
EDGAR, CYNTHIA G 
EPSTEIN, SYLVIA 
FINE, ARLENE 



FRIEDMAN, DORA 
H1RSCHH0RN, ERIC 
JENMINGS, EILEEN 
KAPLAN, JUDY N 
KELLER, MIRIAM J 
MARTINEZ, EL9A 



STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 866.66 

PRFSS ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 800.00 
RECEPTIONIST-TYPIST, FROM AUG. 21 TO 

AUG. 31 180.56 

PEPSONAL SECTY, FROM SEPT. 1 ......... 3,240.01 

RECEPTIONIST, TO AUG. 31 1,166.66 

SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 1 1,416.66 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 15 750.00 

LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 1,000.00 

CASEWORKER, 4,299.98 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 700.00 

OFFICE MANAGFR, 6,499.98 

LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 7,388.91 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 466.00 

RECEPTIONIST, FROM JULY 13 TO AUG. 20 902.73 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 6,987.65 

SECRETARY, FROM JULY I TO OCT. 31 .... 2,670.32 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. BELLA S. ABZUG - CONTINUED 



MARZANI, ANTHONY H FROM SEPT. 22 

MCDOWELL, CHARLES A STAFF ASST, FROM JULY I TO JULY 12 ... 

MERTES, MICHAEL BRUCE STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 ... 

MORGENSTERN, ELLEN A LEGIS AIDE, FROM SEPT. 1 

OPER, SHARON E CASE WORKER, 

POLIVY, MARGOT ADM ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 

PREMDAS, RITA RECEPTIONIST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

SIMMONS, ANDREA T SECRETARY, TO JULY 20 

TENDLER, ROBERT COMMUNITY REP, FROM SEPT. 1 

TERRY, EVER CAROL SECRETARY RECEPT, 

TRICHTER, JANE B COMMUNITY REP, FROM JULY I TO JULY 31 

WOLF, JUDY LYONS LEGISLATIVE ASST, FROM JULY 1 

OFFICE OF HON. BROCK ADAMS 

AARON, EDWARD N CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

BAIRD, ZOE E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 AND 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. I TO SEPT. 30 

BUTCHMAN, ALAN A ADMIN ASST, 

CARY, SUSAN C SECRETARY, 

CHELEDINAS, ROSE SECRETARY, 

CORDILL, MARION J EXECUTIVF SECRETARY, 

DARNEILLE, ANNE LOWNOES APPT SECRETARY, 

DAVFNNY, DIANE DEE SECRETARY, 

DEPUY, JACQUES DB LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 

FRIEL, SHARON L SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 1 

GARRETT, DEBRA M CLERK, FROM AUG. I TO SEPT. 30 

HANSEN, CAROL D CLERK, FROM JULY I TO SEPT. 30 

JOHNSON, LYNNE F PRESS SECRETARY,- 

OTLEY, PATRICIA E SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 

PIPER, ELIZABETH ANN CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

ROBINSON, ROBERTA R SECRETARY, 

SHARPE, PHILIP E, JR CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

SKELLENGER, SHIRLEY A PRESS SECRETARY 

SUDOW, ELLEN L RESEARCH ASST, FROM NOV. 1 

WEISSMAN, MARGE DIST REP, 

WONG, TERR! LYNN CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH P. ADDABBO 

BLECHER, YVETTE CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

BREWER, MARIE BROWN 

BROMBERG, MARLYS L SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 

CERTIS, JOY E SECRETARY, 

CONIGLIO, FRANK A CLERK, FROM JULY 1 

COPP, F MARY CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

FELLS, WILLIAM ALBERT CLERK, 

FERRIS, ANNETTE M SECRETARY, 

FIORE, A EDWARD 

GOQOZEIT, ESTHER H CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 

GORDON, MICHAEL CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM 

NUV. 1 

GORMLEY, HELENA BRODT SECRETARY, 

GOTTFRIED, LILLIAN CLERK, FROM JULY I TO AUG. 31 

GRAY, MARIE RUTH SECRETARY, 

GURTAN, BEATRICE 

MACDONALD, HELEN T ADM ASST, 

MCCRACKEN, GEORGE A CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 

MOLE, MARION CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

RASKOPF, WILLIAM CLFRK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 15 

SEELMEYER, BERTHA A CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

SMITH, RUSSELL J CLFRK, 

SURICO, ANGFLO M 

TRIMBOLI, THOMAS ANTHONY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 AND 

LEGIS ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 ... 

WILSON, WILFRED CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

ZANAZZI, ROSINA CLERK, FROM AUG. 16 TO SEPT. 30 



$1,733.32 

828.00 

433.33 
2,500.00 
5,749.98 
6,666.68 
1.082.68 

472.22 
4,400.00 
3,649.98 

833.33 
3,500.00 



812.50 

1,000.00 
13,958.35 
4,500.00 
5,650.02 
9,750.00 
3,499.98 
2,911.11 
7,999.98 

800.00 

400.00 
1,137.50 
5,500.02 

583.33 
1,000.00 
5,149.98 

200.00 
3,600.00 
1,600.00 
4,450.02 

200.00 



600.00 
2,200.02 
3,300.00 
5,983.34 
2,500.02 

625.00 

1,500.00 

3,000.00 

12,300.00 

600.00 

1,333.32 

8,166.66 

1,200.00 

4,616.66 

1,650.00 

10,750.00 

625.00 

600.00 

1,400.00 

600.00 

1,999.98 

5,800.02 

1,533.33 

666.66 

1,400.00 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. CARL ALBERT 

ANDERSON, WK 

BIGBIE, BASIL R CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 .. 

BUTLER, LOISE CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 

ENGLISH, VERNEIL G 

GREEN, GWENOA R CLERK, 

HOLMES, IMOGENE CLERK, 

HOWARD, CAROLE K CLERK, 

JETER, SHIRLEY CLERK, TO SEPT. 18 

KITCHENS, TAMAPA CLERK, TO JULY 31 

LANE, SARA DEAN CLERK, 

REED, MICHAEL L 

RIKARD, HANSEN 

TUTTLE, HELEN NEWMAN CLERK, 

YOURMAN, HOWARD CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 

OFFICE OF HON. BILL ALEXANDER 

ARANGO, PAULINE S SECRETARY 

BAILEY, FRANCES BARTON SECRETARY, 

CHITMAN, LEO CONGRESSIONAL AIDE, 

EDMONDSON, SARA W STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 

HEAP, MARTHA ELLEN SECRETARY, 

HOLMES, VIRGINIA LEE RECEPTIONIST, 

JEFFORDS, CLIFFORD H ADM ASST, FROM JULY 1 

JOHNSON, LEWIS J PROJECT CONSULTANT, FROM NOV. 1 ... 

MOORE, HARRY TRUMAN STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 

NEALE, ELIZABETH S SECRETARY, 

POLLOCK, POLI ANNE CONG AIDE, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 

SLOAN, KATHEPINE CLAY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 .. 

SMITH, JULIA ROSE EXEC SECTY, 

THOMAS, DOROTHY LAINE LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 

THOMAS, WALTER E STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO NOV. 30 



$6, 173.28 

450.00 

3,333.35 

10,866.48 

6,250.02 

7,000.02 

7,000.02 

780.00 

750.00 

3,139.56 

10,866.48 

5,464.56 

7,000.02 

321.78 



4,650.00 
3,483.33 
3,600.00 
1,833.35 
3, 750.00 
4,050.00 
9,450.00 
1,200.00 
8,900.02 
4,983.33 
725.01 
450.00 
9,750.00 
8,666.67 
666.68 



OFFICE OF HON. GLENN M. ANDERSON 



ANDERSON, HARRY R 
ANDREW, ROBERT L 

BOROWICK, GAIL N 

CASTILLO, DARLENE J 
CASTLE, ADA M 
CLARK, LINDA C 
DAVIS, CHRISTOPHER 

DOMINGUEZ, RACHEL H 
GARTEN, MAX DAVID 
HAYWARO, DAVID KENNETH 

LAMBERT, HENRY R 
LUCE, EL IZABETH B 
MADISON, HFRBERT C 
MAINIERI, GIULIA PAT 
NELSON, SANDRA R 
ONG, EDNA MAY D 
PERKA, KATHLEEN J 

RAMIREZ, ANNA M 
RHOADS, BONNIE B 
SAM1IELS0N, JOAN I 
SANCHEZ, LUCILLE 
SCHATZ, RANDEE 
SHILDKRET, MARGO 
SMITH, ALICE M 
TAL8ERT, LANELLE D 
THOMAS, DANNA K 



ADMIN ASST, FROM JULY 1 13,346.00 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM 

SEPT. 1 3,603.00 

CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 TO 

OCT. 31 1,000.00 

CLFRK, FROM DEC. 1 500.00 

CLFPK, 3,720.00 

SECTY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 600.00 

CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 1 TO 

SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 .. 1,625.00 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 500.00 

DIST ASST, 3,810.00 

DIST REP., FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND 

CLERK, FROM OCT,. 1 3,593.00 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 4,210.00 

CLERK, 3,720.00 

LEGIS ASST 6,170.00 

CLFRK, TO JULY 31 592.00 

CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 500.00 

CLERK, 3,562.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 550.00 

DIST OFFICE MGR , FROM JULY I 4,492.00 

CLERK, FROM JUt Y 1 TO AUG. 31 1,170.00 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 350.00 

CLFRK, FROM SEPT. 1 2,000.00 

CLFRK, FROM AUG. I TO NOV. 30 2,400.00 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 2,400.00 

CLERK, FROM JULY I 4,735.00 

CLERK, 5,040.00 

SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 710.00 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN B. ANDERSON 



CI EMBRONOWICZ, DAVID CL fcRK-T YPI ST , FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 . $800.00 

DAVIS, GUIN E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

JULY 18 180.00 

ELLISON, LINDA K CLERK-TYPIST, TO AUG. 21 760.00 

FISHER, JUANN CLERK-TYPIST, FROM DEC. 13 290.00 

GOLDSTEIN, JESSICA LEGIS SECRETARY, 3,927.76 

HAFSLOOP, MARY ELLEN PERS SECTY, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

5 5,377.80 

JEFFREY, SUZANNE G 4,808.35 

KOINES, MAE B 2,108.34 

LIND3LADE, MILDRFD I SECRETARY, 3,225.00 

MOFFETT, HUWARD M FROM JULY 1 12,000.00 

ROCKYMORE, CAROLYN J SECRETARY, 4,500.00 

SCHULTZ, IRENE SUE CONGPFSS I ONAL INTFRN, FROM JULY 19 TO 

AUG. 21 AND CLERK TYPIST, FROM AUG. 16 

TO AUG. 28 460.00 

STOCKMAN, DAVID A LEGIS AIDF, TO NOV. 14 AND SPECIAL 

ASST, FROM NOV. 15 6,766.67 

SUST, MARY ANN CLERK-TYPIST, FPOM DEC. 1 483.33 

VENNERS, PEGGY J RECEPTIONIST, 3,125.02 

TALKER, ROBERT J CLERK, TO AUG. 28 934.44 

WOLFENSBERGER, DONALD 7,500.00 

WRIGHT, DOUGLAS ALAN CLERK-TYPIST, 2,345.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM R. ANDERSON 

RUCK, T KERNAHAN LEGIS ASST, 5,300.01 

CAVALIERI, CARMFLO C SPECIAL COUNSEL, FROM NOV. 1 1,500.00 

DUFFEY, JANE GRENFELL CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 7 TO 

AUG. 9 330.00 

EAOES, CAROL SECRETARY, TO JULY 17 340.00 

EBERSOLE, RICHARD J SPECIAL ASST, FROM OCT. 1 2,539.02 

FRINK, GARY R SPECIAL COUNSEL, TO OCT. 31 3,750.00 

MANSON, FRANK A LEGIS ASST, 9,125.01 

MCCAULEY, RAYETTA I CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND CLERK-TYPIST, 

FROM AUG. I 1,033.35 

MILLER, JULIA MYRL 9,000.00 

POWERS, WILLIAM M 1,817.88 

STOVER, KATHY JEAN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 6 AND 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JULY 18 2,776.67 

TOLSON, CORITHA L 6,100.02 

WHITE, JOHN J 8,550.00 

WISE, JAMES ALAN ADM ASST, 14,500.02 

ZOLLAR, CAROLYN C StCRETAPY, 4,150.02 

OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE W. ANDREWS 

FINLAYSON, MABEL ASSISTANT, 4,662.48 

GILBERT, THOMAS MARTIN ADM ASST, 12,739.57 

HAMMOND, EVA PERSONAL SECRETARY, 11,389.98 

HEACOCK, MARIE B ASSISTANT, 5,462.52 

JEBFLES, ERIE B ASSISTANT, 7,032.48 

MOORFR, RICHARD F CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 28 580.00 

NOBLIN, GEORGF M ASSISTANT, 7,067.52 

PARKER, RUTH W ASSISTANT, 5,599.98 

WHITE, PHIL M CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 1,066.68 

OFFICE OF HON. MARK ANDREWS 

AUSTIN, JAMES A LEGIS ASST, 9,272.52 

CANDOR, ANN L 3,813.72 

CAREY, LAURA SUSAN CLERK, FROM NOV. 8 883.33 

CORBUS, ROANNE L FROM SEPT. 6 1,597.24 

GLADUE, DENISE FROM JULY 1 3,873.31 

GWINN, DOROTHY F 8,962.50 

HFGGEN, DUWAYNE M FIELD REP, 7,000.02 

HEGGEN, MARLYS JEAN FROM DEC. 1 566.67 

HOLT, JOYCE E 3,547.50 

JARDINE, MARILYN FROM JULY 1 4,213.57 

LARIVFE, MONICA E 3,256.08 

LARSON, CAROL JEAN 3,250.02 

OLSEN, VAN R FROM JULY 1 13,657.22 

PETERSON, LINDA TO JULY 18 360.00 

PETERSON, STEFAN KERMIT CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 



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

TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. MARK ANIJRFWS - CONTINUED 

TERLFCKI, CATHERINE ANN TO JULY 13 $.260.00 

WILSON, MARIE A CLERK, TO AUG. 31 500.00 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK ANNUNZIO 

4LTIMA3.I, LEONARD 6,041.46 

AZHDERIAN, ANNA ADMIN ASST, 10,350.00 

BASKINO, ANITA L 4,750.34 

RATIE, CAROLYN MARIE RECEPTIONIST, 3,000.00 

9ELETT0, JOSEPH 7,368.54 

DONALUSON, CHRISTINE SECRETARY, 4,300.02 

KAMINS, OLIVE D 3,894.54 

LATH, ROSE 4,803.60 

LIFSEY, E DIANE SECRCTAPY, 4,200.00 

OSTA^ENKO, ADRIENNE E TYPIST, FROM DEC. 1 150.00 

POSNER, MICHAEL H CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

RCMANO, ARTHUR AIDE, 3,499.98 

R0ZEN8ERG, MICHAEL A CLERK, TO SEPT. 7 AND FROM DEC. 1 .... 1,401.10 

SALAMONE, JOHN 3,183.24 

VENTURA, JOSEPH T 6,041.46 

OFFICE OF HON. BILL ARCHER 

CARLSON, DONALD G CLERK, 3,474.98 

CARLSON, JULIA F FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 11 100.00 

DEAR, RONALD 3 LE&IS ASST, FROM JULY 1 4,866.68 

FRANKLIN, C ANSON PRESS SECRETARY, 5,000.00 

FPONCE, MAPY ANN CLERK, 4,958.32 

GERGER, ROCHELLA SUE PEPSONAl SECRETARY, 5,350.00 

HATHAWAY, MICHAEL RESEARCH ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

AND FROM DEC. 1 1,250.00 

JOHNSON, JESSE, Jk CLfcRK, 1,000.02 

MATHER, RUSSELL N, JR DISTRICT PE», 3,000.00 

MATTHEWS, ALLIE PAGE SECRETARY, 3,860.00 

PINCKARO, REBECCA SEALY CLERK, TO JULY 31 566.67 

RODRIGUEZ, PAY M DISTRICT REP 900.00 

SCHWARZMANN, MAPY L CLERK, 7,200.32 

THORBURN, JUDITH A RECEPTIONIST, FROM OCT. 4 1,696.50 

VERSFELT, DAVID SCOTT CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 31 AND 

LEGIS ASST, FROM AUG. I TO AUG. 31 ... 1,100.00 

ZAMARIA, POSE M OFFICE MANAGER 10,397.33 

OFFICE OF HON. LESLIE C. ARENDS 

COPLEY, DOUGLAS M CLERK, TO SEPT. 12 4,300.01 

DEAROEN, CAROL ANN CLERK, 4,416.67 

HECKER, JOHN Z CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

HUNNICUTT, SHARON I CLERK, 6,250.02 

KILROY, RUTH S SECRETARY, 7,450.02 

MACAULAY, JOSEPH H SPECIAL ASST, FROM OCT. 26 5,236.12 

WILBUR, NANCY ANN SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 15 750.00 

ZULL, MARJOPIE H CLERK, TO SEPT. 15 750.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN M. ASHBROOK 

BAUS, LUCILLE M 2,550.00 

BISSEY, JEAN B SECRETARY, 5,200.02 

8R0WARSKY, HERBERT DISTRICT REP, FROM DEC. 1 2,083.33 

CHAPMAN, DEBRA JO CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 833.34 

CHAPMAN, MARY JO SECRETARY, 3,499.98 

CLAYTON, GLENN L, II CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 716.67 

FRIZZELL, EMMA M CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 900.00 

GIFFEN, WILLIAM W OIST ASST, TO JULY 31 1,750.00 

GONZALES, LOUIS CGZ CLERK, 1,500.00 

GONZALES, VIRGINIA B CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,666.67 

HELOMAN, VICKI C SECRETARY, FROM OEC. 1 250.00 

LONG, ROBERT F CLERK, 2,250.00 

MCCONNON, B R, JR RE SEARCHER- 1 NVE ST I GATOR , 8,810.28 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN M. ASHBROOK - CONTINUED 



MILES, STEPHEN K 01 ST ASST, TO SEPT. 30 AND DISTRICT 

REP, FROM OCT. 1 $4,125.00 

MILLER, LCIS ANN CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 833.34 

MYERS, CARROLL JEAN SECRETARY, 2,650.02 

ROOERTS, FRANKI F SECRETARY, 5,650.02 

SCHMITZ, VICKI CLARE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

SHAW, STANLEY S, JR SECTY-CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 AND CLERK, 

FROM OCT. 1 1,625.01 

SLAUGHTER, ROBERT G CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 716.67 

WAYMAN, CYNTHIA L 5,850.00 

WHEATLEY, ELECTRA C ADM ASST, 13,249.98 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS L. ASHLEY 

ANDERSON, MURIEL A SECRETARY, 4,416.65 

CLENOENING, JUNE G ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 12,131.68 

CLENDENING, NANCY Y CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 TO DEC. 7 97.22 

GARNER, ELIZABETH LEGIS ASST, 5,474.15 

KINZLER, PETER LEGIS ASST, 8,646.65 

MACADAMS, MONICA CLERK, TO OCT. 31 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

NOV. 1 2,983.32 

MILLER, MARY D SECRETARY, 4,018.67 

NUNN, CHARLIE B SECRETARY, 4,833.65 

RINCK, SANDRA LEE EXEC SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 AND EXEC 

SEC, FROM NOV. 1 8,438.68 

SHORT, M DOLORES 1,000.02 

SKOFIELD, WILLIAM H CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

TOMSIC, BETTY SECRETARY, 5,704.18 

ZUROWSKI, JOYCE M SECRETARY, 4,018.67 

OFFICE OF HON. LFS ASPIN 

ANDERSEN, ANGELINE N SECRETARY, 2,517.39 

ASPLUND, RICHARD JOHN DISTRICT SECRETARY, 2,500.02 

BINDES, BEVERLY A FROM JULY 1 5,050.02 

BROYDRICK, WILLIAM B LEGIS ASST, FROM NOV. 1 2,673.93 

CAMPBELL, JACQUELINE SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 .. 177.75 

CULLEN, TIMOTHY F FIELD SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND 

OMBUDSMAN, FROM SEPT. 1 5,466.98 

FISCHER, BEVERLY A SECRETARY, FROM SFPT. I 2,500.00 

GRAU, CHARLES WILLIAM CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 600.00 

GROVENBURG, CATHY A SECTY, FROM SEPT. 1 2,445.01 

GRUENISTEIN, PETER E LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 7,796.22 

LANGE, ROBERT GRANT ADM ASST, FROM JULY 1 7,896.17 

LANGE, WILLIAM C SPECIAL ASST, TO SEPT. 30 1,462.39 

MORGAN, KAYE L SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 .... 377.80 

MORROW, MARLENE M SECTY, FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 2,288.87 

RENQUIST, BRUCE LEE RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

AND SPECIAL ASST, FROM OCT. I TO OCT. 

31 1,787.81 

SHIRKEY, CHARLES P LEGIS ASST, 6,600.00 

SIDEMAN, ROBERT ALAN RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 4,500.00' 

SIMON, ELLEN J SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 416.67 

SLONIKER, WILLIAM EARL LEGIS ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 680.00 

STROHL, JOSEPH A DISTRICT SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 6,023.00 

TATGE, MARY RECEPTIONIST, FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 

AND SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 1 3,011.00 

TIGANI, SUSAN KAY SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 .... 361.00 

UMANSKY, ADPIFNNE SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 1 2,538.89 

WALFWICZ, BARBARA ANN SECRETARY, FROM JULY I TO AUG. 31 .... 660.00 

Y0UNG8L00D, BRUCE SPFCIAL ASST, FROM OCT. 1 1,015.07 

OFFICE OF HON. WAYNE N. ASPINALL 

BERTORELLO, EVELYN 10,000.02 

BRIDGES, JACK H CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 625.00 

CLEARY, WILLIAM H SECRETARY, 13,350.00 

KEATING, EDWARD SECRETARY, 4,450.02 

MICHIELI, RONALD A SECRETARY, 10,000.02 

SCATES, J C TIM SECRETARY, 4,549.98 

SHERIDAN, HARRIET SECRETARY, 14,500.02 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WAYNE N. ASPINALL - CONTINUED 

WIDUP, CHARLES CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 $2,000.00 

OFFICE OF HON. HERMAN BADILLO 

8RAHS, STUART J SPECIAL ASSISTANT, TO NOV. 30 AND 

LEGISLATIVE ASST, FROM DEC. 1 7,461.68 

EASON, OGNALD ASST TO MBR, TO SEPT. 30 2,499.99 

ERICE, MICHAEL A ASSISTANT, 1,500.00 

GOLDSMITH, LEDA C ASSISTANT, 2,250.00 

LEE, OORIS JEAN STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 6,583.33 

LUY, MIRA F ASSISTANT, 4,853.33 

MAYERSON, HAROLD A LEGIS ASST, 7,500.00 

MEDINA, JOHN, III CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

POPS, JEANNE SECTY-CASE WORKER, TO SEPT. 30 AND 

ASST, FROM OCT. 1 4,249.98 

OUINONES, EDMEE SECTY, FROM OCT. 1 624.99 

RASQUIN, EDUVIGES J ASST TO MBR 5,749.98 

REMENESKI, SHIRLEY ASST TO CONGRESSMAN, TO SEPT. 30 AND 

ASST, FROM OCT. 1 7,875.00 

SCHOSBERG, PAUL A ADMIN ASST, 13,541.67 

STEPHENS, ESME M CASE WORKER-SECTY, 1,500.00 

VLASTO, JAMES S ASST, FROM JULY 1 4,500.00 

OFFICE OF HON. LAMAR BAKER 

BROWN, LINDA FAYE SECRETARY, 3,305.00 

CARTWRIGHT, JUDITH Q SECRETARY, TO JULY 15 229.67 

CHEAL, WILLIAM R DISTRICT PEP, 6,910.00 

CUFFMAN, OPAL L SECRETARY, 3,405.00 

DIMOPOULOS, ETHEL D PERSONAL SECTY, FROM JULY 12 3,755.57 

FREBURG, CHARLES R ADMIN ASST, 14,500.02 

GRAHAM, GALE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

SECTY, FROM AUG. 16 TO AUG. 31 700.00 

GRUM, IVA HELEN CASE WORKER, FROM AUG. 21 2,888.90 

LOMAX, WILLIAM L OFFICE SUPERVISOR, 4,999.98 

LOUGHLIN, FLIZABETH F LEGISLATIVE ASST, 6,121.67 

MCCALL, PETER COOPER PRESS SECRETARY, 6,360.00 

MILLSAPS, ELIZABETH A SECRETARY, 4,456.67 

RUSSO, WILLIAM A CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 1,500.00 

SLONEKER, BARBARA A CASE WORKER, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 14 .. 1,173.33 

SMITH, VIRGINIA J DISTRICT ASST, FROM JULY I 3,000.00 

SMITH, WANDA D SECRETARY, 3,624.65 

OFFICE OF HON. WALTER S. BARING 

AVON, JANE E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 29 ^590. 00 

BARING, MARJORIE L 5,500.02 

BURTON, JANE 4,174.98 

CAMERON, MARY T EXEC SECRETARY, 7,999.98 

DOLLARD, LOUISE ADM ASST, 9,450.00 

FATZ, SANORA L 4,525.02 

FITZGERALD, GERALDINE A SECTY, 3,100.02 

GORDY, SHEILA A SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 1 1,500.00 

HAINES, SHIRLEY RECEPTIONIST - DIST., TO JULY 31 625.00 

HOWARD, ROBERT M 9,199.98 

KATAWCZIK, HELEN CAROL 5,549.98 

KLINK, MARIANNE B 3,065.82 

POWELL, DOROTHY L 7,600.02 

SCHAFFER, GFRALD DIST AIDE, 6,000.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM A. BARRETT 

CAIN, ROSE M 14,491.92 

CHAMBERLAIN, M AGNES C 14,483.58 

CORBETT, ANNA D 8,522.58 

CORBETT, MICHAEL T ADM ASST, 10,000.02 

CUFFELD, JULIA H 3,451.44 

OISALVATORE, DOMENICK 3,052.98 

DOLAN, ELIZABETH G 2,824.68 

RAGO, MICHAEL J 3,066.18 

SILLS, J ROBERT 5,359.92 



10 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM A. 
TAVANI, ARTHUR 



BAPRFTT - CONTINUED 



OFFICE OF HON. NICK BEGICH 

ALEXANDER, DAVID M CASEWORKER, TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 5 

8AIRD, JANET R OIST OFFICE SECRETARY, 

BROWN, RUSSFL LEROY DIST OFFICE SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 ... 

FAUNCE, MARY LOUISE CASE WORKER, TO NOV. 30 

FREDERICKS, MILTON CASE WORKER, 

FULLER, CAROLE L RECEPTIONIST, 

GRIMES, STANLEY R SPECIAL ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 . 

KENNEDY, EUGENE ALLEN ADM ASST, 

MARTIN, GUY R LEGIS ASST, 

NISSEN, STEVEN A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 6 AND 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM JULY I TO JULY 31 . 

RICHROATH, DOROTHY W SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND EXEC SECTY, 

FROM SEPT. 1 

SMITH, MOLLY D CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 7 TO 

AUG. 15 

TENDLER, PAUL M LEGIS ASST-PRFSS AIDE, 

TRAGER, LOUIS SPECIAL ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 15 
VIVIAN, EDITH E .. CLERK, TO OCT. 31 AND LEGIS SECRETARY, 

FROM NOV. 1 

OFFICE OF HON. PAGE BELCHER 

BOLINGER, MARY ANN SECRETARY, 

BURRELL, MARTHA ANN' SECTY, FROM AUG. 4 

COFFEY, JOHN M LEGIS ASST, 

DONAHUE, KATHERINE B SECRETARY, 

FERNEAU, CYNTHIA LOVE PERS SECTY, 

LOPP, VERA F SECRETARY, 

MAGINNISS, BERTHA W SECRETARY, TO JULY 15 

MCCARTHY, ATHALIE ANN 

PICCO, SHERRIL ANN SECRETARY, 

SEVIER, SARA ROSALIE APPT SECRETARY, 

TONEY, JOSEPHINE V 

OFFICE OF HON. ALPHONZO BELL 

BLADES, RICHARD ADM ASST, 

CHACONAS, STEPHANY SECRETARY, 

DEGASON, STEPHANIE F SECRETARY, 

DICKERHOFF, WILMA SECRETARY, 

DODSON, ELAINE M SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 

FROHREICH, PAMELA J RESEARCH ASST, FROM AUG. 1 

HILLEARY, FELICIA SECRETARY, 

HOGABOOM, ALMA C DIST EXEC SECTY, FROM OCT. 25 

HOLROYD, SHARON ANN STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. I 

HOUSE, DALE W EXEC SECTY, 

KLAUSER, CHRISTINE C CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 8 TO 

AUG. 15 

KUHN, JANET LEGIS ASST, 

MARSHALL, JAMES C 

MCPEAK, DOROTHY DIST SECRETARY, TO OCT. 24 

MILLER, CRAIG SCOTT LEGIS ASST-PRESS AIDE, TO OCT. 8 

RIOS, ANTONIO A 

SCOTT, ANTHONY W STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 11 

THOMPSON, BARTON H, JR CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 7 

ZIEGLER, RICHARD F LFGIS AIDE, TO SEPT. 30 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES E. BENNETT 

BISHOP, VERA WEATHERLY CLERK, 

BLALOCK, GORDON CLERK, FROM DEC. 2 

CRENSHAW, NEVILLE P CLEPK, FROM NOV. 3 TO NOV. 13 

DAVIS, SHARON H CLERK, 

HUTTON, KATHRYN V CLERK, FROM DEC. 9 

LUNDQ'JIST, DAVID L, JR CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

PRICE, IRA B CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 

SCOTT, MARY JANE CLFRK, TO AUG. 31 



4,893.33 
3,600.00 
8,050.00 
4,200.00 
5,000.00 
4,400.00 
500.00 
13,200.00 
9,200.00 

210.00 

5,574.98 

390.00 

6,200.00 

825.00 

4,400.00 



076.82 
879.18 
000.02 
458.33 
000.00 
273.46 
375.00 
369.06 
500.00 
733.30 
561.38 



13,814.40 
4,582.02 
4,505.16 
4,685.34 
636.41 
3,000.00 
1,745.70 
1,650.00 
1,652.11 
8,500.02 

380.00 
9,005.04 
9,903.78 
2,850.00 
3,266.67 
1,650.00 
1,888.88 
70.00 

869.01 



1,957.93 
604.17 
229.17 

5,572.17 
458.33 

1,000.00 
600.00 

1,000.00 



11 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES E. BENNETT - CONTINUED 



SEWELLt J RICHARD 
STILTNER, SHARON I 

STRAUBEf DONI N 
STRINGFELLOW, AUOREV W 
VANNELSON, NICHOLAS L 
WALSTAD, PAUL J 
WRIGHT, OIANE TAYLOR 
YORK, MARIE L 



ADMIN ASST, $14,364.86 

SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

AUG. 1 5,076.02 

CLERK, 5,003.43 

EXFC SECRETARY, 8,271.93 

LEGIS ASST, 11,291.67 

CLERK, 3,600.00 

CLERK, TO NOV. 17 3,193.05 

CLERK, FROM NOV. 8 TO NOV. 30 511.11 



OFFICE OF HON. BOB BERGLAND 

ABRAHAM, JOHN L 
BARTOS, LORLEE 

CONLON, RICHARD P 
DRESSEN, JOHN J 
HOTTINGER, JOHN C 

KEATING, RITA M 
KINSMAN, ROBERT D 

MARING, IRENE H 
NELSON, JERI LEE 
OUSE, CLIFFORD M 
PEDERSON, RICHARD H 
PETTERSON, RALPH J, JR 
PIERPAN, KATHLEEN P 
RYNNING, ANITA 

SAND, THOMAS R 
SCHRADER, RONALO F 

SCOTT, BETTY E 
SULLIVAN, MICHAEL J 
WISTED, JANICE C 
YAGER, SARA J 



RESEARCH ASST, FROM DEC. 1 100.00 

RECEPTIONIST, TO SEPT. 30 AND CASE 

WORKER, FROM OCT. 1 4,125.00 

STAFF OIRECTOR, FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 1,083.34 

DIST REP, 2,500.02 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 

30 AND FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 375.00 

SECRETARY, 5,749.98 

DIST REP, TO OCT. 1 AND DIST FIELD 

REP, FROM NOV. 1 2,263.90 

DISTRICT SECRETARY, 3,541.67 

SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 1 358.33 

FIELO REP, FROM DEC. 1 200.00 

FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, FROM DEC. 1 .... 200.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 29 590.00 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, 5,946.00 

CLERK TYPIST, TO OCT. 31 AND ROBO 

OPERATOR-TYPIST, FROM NOV. 1 3,208.34 

PRESS AIDE, 10,900.02 

ADM ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND 

FXEC SECTY, FROM SEPT. 5 13,630.00 

SECRETARY, 4,500.00 

CASE WORKER, TO OCT. 15 3,354.15 

SECTY, FROM JULY I TO AUG. 31 650.00 

LEGIS ASST, 7,399.98 



OFFICE OF HON. JACKSON E. BETTS 



BLACK, KENNETH L 
DILLON, BRENDA R 
HYNES, MARGARET W 
LEAHY, KEVIN DOYLE 
MINTER, FRANCES E 
RATTI, DONNA KAY 
SCHMOTZER, MARY F 
ZAHN, DONALD M 



LEGIS ASST 9,013.68 

SECRETARY, 4,711.08 

EXEC SECTY, 9,013.68 

CLERK, 1,800.00 

SECRETARY, 4,453.92 

SECRETARY, 4,711.08 

DIST SECTY, 2,480.70 

ADM ASST, 13,478.16 



OFFICE OF HON. TOM BEVILL 

8ETENBAUGH, G C 
COCHRAN, MARY M 
DARITY, ELIZABETH ANN 
JOHNSON, BETTY S 
KELLER, MAVIS L 
MADDOX, SANDRA ANN 
MASON, MARY KATHERENE 
MEYER, JODIE 
MOSS, BEVERLY L G 
PARKS, MARY CATHERINE 
PRESCOTT, LOUISE E 
ROSS, JACQUELINE ANN 
SAULS, PAT 
SCHMIED, ANITA MARIA 

SWEITZER, HENRY B 
WATTS, CHARLES C, JR 



PRESS ASST, 10,787.52 

SECRETARY, 3,750.00 

SECRETARY, TO NOV. 2 2,846.67 

SECRETARY 7,377.48 

SECRETARY, 3,750.00 

SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 400.00 

CASE WORKER, 4,624.98 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 13 130.00 

SECTY, FROM NOV. 8 1,339.72 

SECTY, FROM SEPT. 15 2,208.33 

SECRETARY, 4,300.02 

SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 3 1,312.50 

SECRETARY, FROM JULY 6 4,423.59 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 15 TO 

AUG. 29 450.00 

ADM ASST, 14,500.02 

DIST REP, 8,524.98 



71-124 O - 72 - 2 



12 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. MARIO BIAGGI 

ALSTON, MAGGIE SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 .... $1,000.00 

BALKO, BARBARA P EXEC SECTY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 ... 400.00 

BEAUDET, CHRISTINE SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 2,166.68 

CATUCCI, CHRISTINE SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 ... 600.00 

CLANCY, JOHN C ADM ASST, FROM JULY 1 9,282.49 

CRONIN, THOMAS F, JR EXEC ASST, 8,883.32 

CROWDER, TYRONE OFFICE ASST, FROM DEC. 1 166.67 

DHYER, MATTHEW R SPECIAL ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO NOV. 30 . 4,000.00 

F"ASCA, DOM SPECIAL ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 2,482.49 

ILCHUK, PETER K LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY I 6,900.00 

KOESTER, ETHEL CASF WORKER, 2,500.02 

LEVINE, PAY EXEC SECTY, 4,699.98 

LIFSHITZ, GLADYS CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 400.00 

MATZ, JOYCE RESEARCH DIRECTOR, 4,500.00 

MCROREY, KAREN CASEWORKER, 5,250.00 

MEISTER, RUTH CASE WORKER, 2,824.98 

MIGDAIL, LAUREL H SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 2,166.68 

MOHAN, JANE ANNE SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 1 1,083.34 

NOLAN, CAROL SECTY-CASE WORKER, 3,499.98 

RUBIN, MINNIE SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 1 1,565.00 

SPADOLA, JANET ANN LEGIS SECTY, 4,191.65 

SWIRLING, SCOTT R CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

SZYMANSKI, FRANK CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 595.16 

WHALEN, HENRY A SPECIAL ASST, FROM DEC. 1 500.00 

WILKINSON, CYNTHIA M RECEPTIONIST, FROM NOV. 1 1,083.34 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD G. BIESTER, JR. 

ARMES, MARION B SECRETAPY, 3,366.54 

DUCANDER, MARY ELLEN ADMIN ASST, 12,079.62 

EASTBURN, DAVID RODMAN RESEARCH ASST (INTERN), TO AUG. 21 ... 680.00 

GLASER, BERNARD PRESS ASSISTANT, 7,748.34 

HERNDON, GENIE N APPOINTMENTS SECRETARY, 4,522.50 

JURGEN, DOUGLAS RESEARCH ASST (1NTEPN), TO AUG. 31 ... 800.00 

KIEL, JAMES S, JR EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT, 8,629.38 

KOSTFRLITZKY, MARY L 5,169.24 

LOGAN, J PATRICK RESEAOCH ASST (INTERN), TO AUG. 31 ... 800.00 

MCCLUNG, ROBIN W SECTY, FROM SEPT. 18 2,646.52 

MEAOE, SUSAN L SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 10 1,740.27 

SALLADA, FLIZABETH L SECRETAPY, 2,135.40 

SEGLFM, CHRISTOPHER K RES ASST, TO AUG. 21 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 7 TO 

AUG. 21 680.00 

STROUSE, RONALD L LEGIS ASST, 6,499.98 

OFFICE OF HON. JONATHAN B. BINGHAM 

ALTMAN, PAULA 6,050.00 

BERGER, STEPHEN FROM JULY 1 4,500.00 

BULKO, JACK FRO" NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 175.00 

CHORBA, TIMOTHY A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

CONDLIFFE, ARTHUR J TO JULY 31 1,041.67 

CONDLIFFE, DAVID C CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 500.00 

DANOWITZ, JOAN M SECRFTARY, FROM AUG. 1 3,416.65 

DYE, ROY AUGUSTUS, III RESEARCH ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 

30 1,000.00 

FELSENTHAL, LUCILLE 5,343.34 

HERMAN, OAVID J FROM OCT. 1 1,937.51 

LONG, PATRICIA C 4,399.98 

LOPES, PATRICIA M TO JULY 31 AND FROM OCT. I 1,042.50 

LUTZKER, ARNOLD P LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY I 4,999.98 

MAJAK, RAL°H POGER 10,179.98 

NEZIN, RUTH K 6,244.80 

OFFEN, EVELYN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

TO OCT. 31 666.67 

ORGAN, JAMES MARTIN TO JULY 15 250.00 

PERRY, SHEFLAGH JEAN 5,330.00 

PHILLIPS, DOROTHY TO AUG. 31 608.34 

SAMMATH, WhNDIE FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 600.00 

SATTERFIELD, PENEE FRO^ SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 15 525.42 

SCHOEN, DOROTHY L FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,520.00 

THACHER, THOMAS D FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

TORFLLI, LENORE FROM JULY 16 2,440.00 

VLASTO, JAMES S 4,500.00 



13 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. BENJAMIN B. BLACKBURN 

ALLISON, EDO P CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 $450.00 

RANDY, JANET L SECRETARY, TO AUG. 15 937.50 

R'lYD, BLAIR JOAN SECRETARY, 5,250.00 

CAVANAUGH, DOROTHY K PFRSONAL SECPETARY, 6,250.02 

DAVIS, JANET A SECRETARY, 4,150.00 

OILLARD, BEN H ADM ASST, 14,500.02 

GOSNELL, WILLIAM LEE SPECIAL ASST, 9,250.02 

GUILFOY, KATHY E SECRETARY, 4,249.98 

HAYNES, LINDA P SECRFTARY, 4,249.98 

HENDERSON, LAURA V SECRETARY, 4,500.00 

NELSON, MARTHA FRANCES CLERICAL ASST, TO JULY 31 400.00 

RICHARDSON, SYBIL A SECRETARY, 3,499.98 

SLYE, MARY ANN SFCRETARY, 4,000.02 

TAVARES, GEORGIA T SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

TIDWELL, DREW V, III LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 6,347.96 

WALTON, BETTY J SECRETARY, 2,599.98 

OFFICE OF HON. RAY BLANTON 

BORIN, ALDO ALBERT RESEARCH ASST., 3,566.68 

CAMPBELL, ADELIA ANNE SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 1,800.00 

COPELAND, RICKEY LYNN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 16 TO OCT. 31 1,783.33 

DRIVER, SANDRA LEHMAN SECRETARY, 4,199.98 

DUREN, YANCEY ANN CLERK-TYPIST, TO JULY 31 500.00 

GAMBLF, JOHN L LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, 8,950.00 

HUDSON, NINA SECTY, FROM DEC. 1 608.33 

JOHNSON, GALE D SECRETARY, 8,950.00 

LANCASTER, SARAH L CLERK TYPIST, TO SEPT. 20 1,333.33 

MCKNIGHT, JAMES W, JR FIELD REP, 6,616.65 

MEDLIN, DORIS ANN SECTY, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 491.67 

NACKE, JANE KAY SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 AND LEGISLATIVE 

ASST, FROM NOV. 1 3,833.34 

POPE, ANN B SECRETARY, 3,183.35 

POPE, WILLIAM L, JR FIELD SECRETARY,' 6,499.98 

ROWFLL, BETTY JEAN SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 AND FIELD 

SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 5 TO NOV. 30 AND 

FROM DEC. 1 3,179.46 

WADSWORTH, SUSAN H SECRETARY, 4,608.33 

YANCEY, ALLEN, JR FIELD SECRETARY, 3,750.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN A. BLATNIK 

ABBELL, JOYCF SHARON CLERK, TO JULY 10 291.67 

ALLEN, MARGARET L 3,805.62 

ANDOLSEK, KATHRYN M STAFF ASST, TO SEPT. 1 1,338.60 

CALDERONE, GILDA K STAFF ASST, 4,549.98 

FLAX, CHARLOTTE STAFF ASST 7,310.88 

GABEL, CARULINE D 5,942.70 

GERSH, MARK RESEARCH ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 2,833.32 

HARRIS, KATHLEEN MARIE STAFF ASST, 4,549.98 

HOTTINGER, JOHN C RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

AND CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 

TO AUG. 31 2,500.00 

KAUCHICK, JOSEPH A STAFF ASST, 1,099.98 

KEE, KAREN M STAFF ASST - LEGISLATION, FROM NOV. 8 1,398.62 

LACARIA, GANCIE JANE SECRETARY, 11,421.48 

NAUGHTON, MARY J CLFRICAL, 5,250.00 

STEWART, ANNE D STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 22 ... 2,955.57 

STONE, PATRICIA H SECTY, FROM SEPT. 1 4,833.32 

VOORHEES, EDNA M STAFF ASST, 3,049.98 

YAPRINGTON, MARY JANE STAFF ASST, 7,310.88 

OFFICE OF HON. HALE BOGGS 

BATCHELLER, JEAN C SECRETARY, TO OCT. 17 3,878.75 

BUDLONG, MARION SECRETARY, 6,525.00 

CHAMBLISS, WILLIE D CLERK, 2,071.98 

CLARK, DANIEL F CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 11 110.00 

ISAACSON, WALTER S CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 12 TO 

AUG. 21 400.00 

KAVALJIAN, MOLLIE P 8,068.68 

KERR, LYNN A SECRET ARY/ F IL F CLERK, FROM OCT. 18 ... 1,318.06 

MAHONY, PATRICIA J SECRETARY OIST., 7,786.30 



14 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. HALF BOGGS - CONTINUED 

MANNING, ETHEL L SECRFTARY, $4,539.66 

MCGFOWN, NANCY M SECRFTARY, 6,683.28 

RATHE, BARBARA A EXEC SECRETARY 13,663.86 

VOFLKER, EVA S RECEPTIONIST, 7,562.88 

WALTERS, BARBARA M SECRETARY, 3,640.08 

WHINEREY, ANNE MAR IF SECRETARY, TO OCT. 17 AND SECTY-CASE 

WORKER, FROM OCT. 18 3,635.29 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD P. BOLANO 

BORYS, SANDRA KAY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

CAMPBELL, JOAN FAY SECRFTARY, 8,095.44 

CREIGHTON, ANNE M SECRETARY, 9,816.48 

DALE, WILLIAM C CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 833.32 

DENISON, LINDA F SECRETARY, 5,169.66 

DONOGHUE, PATRICK J ADM ASST, 13,114.86 

ENDICOTT, WILLIAM T ADM ASST, FROM JULY 1 4,999.98 

GALLAGHER, NOREENM SECRETARY, 4,608.18 

KEANEY, JOHN DAVID ADM ASST, 8,223.27 

KEEGAN, ROBERT D CLERK, TO AUG. 10 1,111.11 

KEYES, G ELIZABETH CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 833.32 

KOKONOWSKI, PAUL R ADM ASST, 7,589.34 

LUCHINl, KATHLEEN K SECRETARY, 3,459.18 

OFFICF OF HON. RICHARD BOLLING 

BODINSON, LAURENCE SECRETARY, 14,491.92 

BROWN, DOLOPFS L RECEPTIONIST, 4,282.50 

BROWN, PAUL BARTON CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

CAMPBELL, JUDY ANN SECRETARY, 5,273.46 

CARTER, DAVIS BLAKE ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 1 2,847.26 

GLORIOSO, STEVEN A AIDE, 2,172.56 

HUDGENS, DEANNA DIXIE CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 4,368.18 

JOYCE, CAROL ANN CLERK, 3,285.00 

LEWIS, ELEANOR G LEGIS ASST, 6,264.30 

SNIEZEK, ROBERT A SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 2,428.38 

SUMIDA, GLADYCE T EXEC SECTY, 6,718.20 

UHL, GLADYS B ADM ASST, 14,483.58 

WARREN, MYRNITH MAY CLfRK, 3,665.58 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK T. BOW 

FALLS, JESSEMINE A SECRETARY, 8,479.98 

FRAMCF, GEOPGF H SECH F T A t. Y , 6,360.00 

FRAZIEK, ERNEST M CLF'U", 6,148.02 

KOCH, MAXINF E SFCPt-TAPY 9,805.02 

KUDNER, SUSAN ANN CLIRK, TO HFC . 1? 2,700.00 

LEKANDER, GILBERT ADM ASST, 14,500.02 

MURELAND, SOPHIA SECRFTARY, 6,360.00 

MURPHY, GRACE ANN SECRFTARY, 5,035.02 

RFSS, ROBERT J, JR CLFRK, FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 1,066.68 

SAVILLF, PUSSFLL P CLERK, FROM JULY I 866.67 

STRACHEN, JUDITH S SECRFTARY, 5,140.98 

WAGNER, DAPHNE J CLFRK, FROM DEC. 13 300.00 

WATKINS, LAURA E SECRETARY, 3,709.98 

WELSHIMER, MARK J CONGRFSS I ONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 15 450.00 

OFFICF OF HON. JOHN BPADEMAS 

ASH, VIRGINIA M PECEPT ION I ST , FPOM JULY 1 3,066.68 

CLARK, LINDA C CLERK-TYPIST, TO NOV. 30 1,250.00 

CONLON, RICHARD P STAFF DIRECTOR, FROM DEC. 1 500.00 

FENNFR, MARIE L ROROTYPE OPFRATOR, FROM SEPT. 16 TO 

NOV. 30 750.00 

FOX, EDNA T CASEWORKER, 6,975.00 

GASEOP, KATHLEEN M SECRFTARY, FROM JULY 1 5,200.02 

GIBSON, CHERYL L SFCRETARY, TO SFPT. 6 1,448.33 

GILLESPIE, FLFNE ROBOTYPE OPERATOR, TO AUG. 14 440.00 

GILLESPIE, MARY K CASEWORKER, 2,326.66 

HOJNACKI, WILLIAM P FIFLD REP, 5,500.02 



15 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN BRADEMAS - CONTINUED 



LAWLER, PATRICIA ANN 
LINDER, MORTON L 
MCGEE, MARIE V 
MOFFITT, CHARLES T 
MOONEY, JAMES P 
RIBARICH, AGNES M 
STEVENS, L NYE, II 
SUTULA, THOMAS L 

THOMPSON, EVELINA P 



SECRETARY, $3,949.98 

FIELD REP, FROM JULY I 8,758.35 

LEGIS SECTY, FROM JULY 1 5,200.02 

LEGIS ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 ... 550.00 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM JULY 1 7,500.00 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 6,625.02 

ADM ASST, FROM JULY 1 9,600.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 15 TO SEPT. 15 . 760.00 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 700.00 



OFFICE OF HON. FRANK J. BRASCO 



BOBO, JUDITH R 
CATAPANO, THOMAS FRANK 
DASH, PHILIP 
DEPAOLI, ALBERT 
GILDEA, MARGARET M 
HABER, CAROLE R 
HAIRS, J ADDELINE 
HILL, MAY 
JURITH, EDWARD H 
KILROY, FRANCIS X 
MANNO, DOMENICK T 
MISIANO, MARY CORADI 
SABELLA, ANITA D 
SCORDO, ROSE 
SILBEY, IRENF COHEN 
SPINELLI, LOUIS 
SPIVACK, IRWIN IRA 
STEVENS, SARAH 
WOHL, JOAN ELAINE 
ZITO, ANITA M 



SECRETARY, , 

CLERK, 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 ., 

CLERK, 

SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 , 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 31 

SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 1 

SECRETARY, 

TO AUG. 31 

ADM ASST, 

CLERK, , 

SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY, , 

SECRETARY, 

CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 , 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 .., 

CLERK, , 

CLERK, 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 ., 



599.98 
099.98 
266.66 
500.00 
500.00 
300.00 
575.00 
800.02 
661.16 
862.02 
900.00 
350.02 
750.00 
000.00 
200.00 
000.01 
500.00 
750.00 
750.02 
600.00 



OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM G. BRAY 



BROWN, M 

COOK, DO 

GIBSON 

GIFFIN 

GORDON, 

MARKLAND 

MERKLE, 

NIFBEL, 

PROSSER, 

RUSSELL, 

SARGENT, 

SCOTT, N 

SLATINSH 

VANDERMA 



ARY J 
ROTHY W 
OOTTIE G 
PORTIA R 
MAXINE C 
, GWEN R 
BRUCE F 
JANET LEE 
CAROL S 
MICHAEL E 
BARBARA J 
ANCY SUE 
EK, MARY C 
ST, CAROLE 



SECRETARY, 

SECTY, FROM DEC. 1 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

CLERK, 

EXEC SEC, 

SECTY, TO JULY 31 

SECRETARY, 



2,749. 

5,500, 
0,099, 
4,650, 
7,900, 
3,949, 
4,500, 

833. 
3,750, 

450, 
2,400, 
5,312. 

350, 
4,950, 



OFFICE OF HON. JACK BPINKLEY 



HAMMER, ANN OEGRAZIA 
KNOX, JOHN ALLEN 

LANEY, LEILA DAVIS 
MICKLE, JACK P, SR 
MILES, DOROTHY H 
SMITH, RODNEY ALLEN 
SOLOMON, HELEN W 
STOREY, LA ROSE E 
SULLIVAN, NANCY B 
WHEELER, LARRY M 
WITTE, RUTH A 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 

SECRETARY-DISTRICT, 

DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE, 

PRESS SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY-DISTP ICT, 

SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY-DISTRICT, 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 



6, 168.30 

600.00 
4,282.50 

11,932.92 
6,867.06 
6,100.02 
3,374.28 
5,173.30 
2,925.30 

14,316.30 
6,168.30 



OFFICE OF HON. JACK BROOK' 

CARNEAL, LEE L 
CARTER, DAVIS BLAKE 
EVANS, CATHERINE ANN 



3,750.00 
1,800.00 
4,249.98 



16 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICF OF HON. JACK BROOKS - CONTINUEO 



FLEISCHMANN, ORUENETTE 
GENOERSON, BRUCE ROGER 
GOSIEP, ANN M 
HANSEN, JANE S 
HILTERBRICK, FAY C 
HOTTtNGER, JOHN C 
JONES, WILLIAM MARK 
LAMPSON, NICHOLAS V 
LEWIS, OORETHEA E 
MARSHALL, SUSAN 
MATTS, DOROTHY SHARON 
MCGOWN, MICHAEL E 

NOVOGROD, NANCY JANE 
OMALLEY, ANN LYNN 
SCHOENHAUT, CARRIE LYNN 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 29 

FROM JULY 1 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

AOM ASST, 

FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

CLERK, 

TO OCT. 21 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

1 

FROM NOV. 16 , 

CLERK, 

FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 , 



$3,499.98 
590.00 
3,499.98 
1,000.02 
4,000.02 
1,000.00 

10,750.02 

500.00 

3,366.68 

2,004.18 

6,000.00 

3,333.32 
874.99 

3,708.33 
833.33 



OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM S. BROOMFIELD 



BERLANTI, CAROL R 
BRYAN, CONRAOENE M 
CARIELLO, NICHOLAS G 
CARINO, SUSAN PATRICIA 
COMER, NANCY G 
CONSTANTIN, SARAH L 

FORBES, NANCY ANNE 
GRANT, ROBERT E 

HINN, PATRICIA L 
LUCAS, SANDRA A 

MACFARLAND, DOUGLAS H 
OBRIEN, BARBARA F 
ROHM, GLORIA BYRD 
SCHLAPAK, ELAINE M 

SINCLAIR, C GORDON 
SINCLAIR, JOHN R 
SULLIVAN, BARBARA J 
THOMSON, KATHLEEN I 

TOMAN, THOMAS L 



SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 782.33 

SECRETARY, 3,652.02 

RESEARCH ASST., TO JULY 31 750.00 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 693.34 

SECRETARY, 5,480.18 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 23 TO NOV. 30 AND 

SECTY, FROM DEC. 1 2,407.21 

SECRETARY, 4,693.98 

CLERK, FROM JULY 16 TO NOV. 30 AND 

LEGIS ASST, FROM DEC. 1 3,479.17 

CLERK, TO SEPT. 3 1,014.99 

CLERK, TO NOV. 30 AND SECTY, FROM DEC. 

1 3,308.33 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 31 300.00 

CASE WORKER, TO OCT. 31 3,352.68 

SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 2,629.15 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 30 TO NOV. 30 AND 

CASE WORKER, FROM DEC. 1 2,713.90 

CLERK, 1,200.00 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 10,541.67 

CLERK, FROM NOV. 29 666.67 

SECTY, TO JULY 31 AND CLERK, FROM AUG. 

1 TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC. 1 2,316.65 

D1ST OFFICE MGR., 5,872.68 



OFFICE OF HON. DONALD G. BROTZMAN 



AZURE, JUDITH M 
BAER, ROBERT BOOKER 
BLACK, MARJORIE 
BRUMMER, LUWANOA M 
BRYANT, CHESTA BELL 
CARLSON, KEVIN RAY 
CHALMERS, WALTON M, II 
COOK, DAN R 
DEESE, SUSAN HALL 
DELCOUR, DAVID W 
EVANS, JAMES D 
HALL, JEAN HUTTO 
HATHAWAY, MICHAEL 

HINES, VERNA B 
KEYS, HARRIETT E 
MCKFCHNIE, JOANNE 
REED, JAMES A 
ROBISON, VIRGINIA 
SHOCKLEY, TAMMIE J 
SINGLETON, ELIZABETH 
SLOVEK, FLORENCE J 
TABOR, JANIS I 
TONSING, ROBERT L, JR 



CLERK, FROM OCT. 4 TO DEC. 12 

CLERK, TO AUG. 13 

SECRETARY, TO AUG. 7 

STENOGRAPHER, FROM SEPT. 13 

CLERK, TO AUG. 13 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 16 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 19 TO SFPT. 15 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 

SECRETARY, 

DIRECTOR EN £ RES TSK FC , FROM OCT. 1 

TO NOV. 30 

CASE WORKER, 

SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 15 , 

CLERK, TO SEPT. 3 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM SEPT. 10 , 

SECRETARY, , 

CLERK, TO AUG. 13 , 

SECTY, FROM AUG. 25 , 

EXEC SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY, 

AOM ASST, 



4,455.00 

622.91 

714.27 

668.06 

780.01 

714.27 

2,145.02 

330.00 

3,690.00 

8,835.00 

2,014.00 

4,455.00 

1,250.00 

3,690.00 

266.67 

398.12 

2,775.00 

4,549.98 

714.27 

2,205.00 

6,934.98 

3,535.02 

14,490.00 



17 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. CLARENCE J. BROWN 

BROPKSt JOSEPH A INTERNt FROM SEPT. 1 

COOLEY, JAMES V, JR SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 

EARNHART, JUDITH E SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 5 

TO OCT. 10 

FLORY, DIANE E SECRETARY, 

FORTIER, DONALD ROBERT INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

GANO, VIRGINIA C SECRETARY 

GRAHAM, LAWRENCE T LEGIS ASST, 

HARPSTER, MARGARET EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 

INSLEY, SUSAN JANE SECRETARY, 

KAUFMAN, RICHARD A INTERN, TO JULY 31 

KING, WAYNE R PUBLIC REL SECRETARY, 

MCINTIRF, JAMES D CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 ..... 

MILLER, MARGARET K SECRETARY, 

MOSHER, MAUREEN CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 , 

SHARPE, DOROTHY M SECRETARY, 

WARBINGTON, FRANK DIST SECRETARY, 

WHITEHEAD, MARY LOUISE SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. GARRY BROWN 

BROWN, CATHERINE C TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 5 , 

OECK, ROBIN TO NOV. 30 , 

OELONG, DEANNA LEE 

GREENE, BARBARA W 

HOWARD, ALYCE V 

LAMPMANN, JOHN W . 

MATHES, DONALD T 

NOOR, ELIZABETH SUE CLERK, i 

REISINGER, EMORY K, II TO JULY 23 

SOLI, LEWIS E CLERK, FROM JULY 24 

YOHN, SHELIA ANN , 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES T. BROYHILL 

BQHNER, CHRISTIE K CASE WORKER, TO JULY 31 i 

CASTLE, PITA L SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 12 , 

CLAYTON, MARY LYNN SECRETARY, FROM JULY I , 

CLEMENTS, BARBARA A SECRETARY, 

DAWSON, WILMA P SECRETARY, 

EDWARDS, EDYTHE MAE SECTY, FROM JULY 1 , 

GUFFEY, NELLIE W SFCRETARY, , 

HENRY, MARY CLAIRE SECTY, FROM JULY 1 , 

HOLTON, WILLIAM M RESEARCH ASST, FROM AUG. 16 

KELL, PETFR, JR. RESEARCH ASST, TO SEPT. 15 , 

KELL, RICHARD C CLERK, 

KIMBERLIN, JOSEPHINE SECRETARY, 

SMITH, MARGARET DIANE CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

SMOOT, MARGARET SECTY, TO AUG. 13 i 

SROOES, CECILE Z SECRETARY, FROM JULY 5 , 

VOGEL, FRED BLANTON CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 

WARD, BRENDA WILKES SECRETARY, FROM JULY 22 , 

WEISBROD, HANNO C STAFF ASST, FROM NCV. 1 

OFFICE OF HON. JOEL T. BROYHILL 

ADAMS, THOMAS E, JR LEGIS ASST, , 

ANDERSON, JACK ASSISTANT, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 ., 

ELLIOTT, NANCY C CONGRESSIONAL INTFRN, TO AUG. 15 .... 

FENTON, KAY K SFCRETARY, , 

HARMON, JEAN H PERSONAL SECRETARY, , 

HOCTOR, HARRIET W SECRETARY, , 

KOENIG, CLAIRE SECRFTARY, , 

KRO'JT, HOMER LEE ADM ASST, , 

MCCANN, ELIZABETH C RESEARCH ASST., , 

NEFF, EDWIN D RESEARCH ASST, FPOM AUG. 1 

SHAFTON, SHIRLEY F SECRETARY, , 

SPENSER, MARTHA SECRETARY, , 

STEINKULLER, WILLIAM CLFRK, FROM DEC. 1 

SWANSON, M ANNE SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 ... 

WALLACE, JANIE SECRETARY 

WHITE, DONNA JEAN SECRETARY, , 



$666.68 
3,638.01 

2,543.23 
3,597.66 
1,351.10 
3,597.66 
7,999.98 
10,939.50 
4,111.08 

333.33 
7,999.98 

600.00 
3,816.00 

625.00 
5,571.84 
8,891.46 
3,600.00 



943.95 
048.30 
445.14 
399.28 
023.92 
269.02 
396.14 
250.02 
140.53 
541.67 
329.94 



5, 
5, 
8, 
10, 
3, 
1, 
6, 
3, 



666.67 
1,920.15 
4,600.02 
4,274.98 
1,999.98 
4,699.98 
4,200.00 
4,283.32 
3,375.00 
2,291.68 
2,657.77 
4,200.00 

600.00 
1,015.27 
6,844.46 

600.00 
3,533.35 
2,666.66 



8,700.00 

332.00 

450.00 

4,350.00 

7,699.98 

3,650.02 

4,350.00 

14,400.00 

8,700.00 

1,000.00 

6,750.00 

4,900.02 

216.00 

541.67 

3,700.02 

4,000.02 



18 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN BUCHANAN 

DIAZ, JUDITH A LEGIS SECTY, TO DEC. 8 $3,950.00 

ORAGNICH, LINDA T CASE WORKER, 4,504.98 

DUDLEY, NANCY B LEGIS ASST, 8,482.02 

GOLDEN, CAROLYN R EXFC ASST DISTRICT OFFICE, 5,792.52 

HATHAWAY, MICHAEL D DIRECTOR ENERGY C RESOURCES, FROM 

SEPT. 19 TO NOV. 30 1,740.00 

JONES, RANSOM DISTRICT FIELD REP, 5,069.52 

JUDY, CAROLYN L R ECEPT ION I ST-PERS SECY, 4,650.00 

KAY, THOMAS ADM ASST, 14,500.02 

LEONARD, KAYE C CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

LYNN, GEOPGF GAMBPILL STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

MANN, JANEAN L PRESS SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND EXEC 

ASST, FROM DEC. 1 6,512.50 

PARKER, K1MBERLY C CLERK-TYPIST, 2,906.01 

PROSFK, LINDA GENERAL SECRETARY, 4,402.50 

TERZIU, MARY ELLEN CASEWORKER, 4,813.98 

WEATHFRS, H DALLON, JR STAFF ASST, TO SEPT. 30 1,449.99 

OFFICE OF HON. J. HERBERT BURKE 

BLACKBURN, LOIS LEGIS AIDE, FROM SEPT. 21 2,738.90 

BROOKS, GALE LEGIS SECTY, FROM OCT. 1 2,183.34 

CURELLA, J GENE PRESS AIDE, 8,599.98 

DEXTER, CAROL A CLERK, 2,701.54 

FARNSWORTH, JANICE C SECRETARY, 4,400.02 

FINK, BENJAMIN W 1,043.46 

GRAHAME, MARTHA W CLERK-LEGIS SECTY, TO SEPT. 22 2,191.23 

HINES, AL8IN H 2,968.56 

HOOKER, CONNIF JO SECRFTARY, TO JULY 7 159.44 

HVASTA, JOHN ADMIN AIDE, FROM OCT. 15 4,750.00 

INSCO, JACK P OIST OFFICE SUPVR , 3,000.00 

KAYNER, CHARLEEN SECRETARY, 5,099.98 

MALANEY, ELINOR L SECRETARY, 6,037.48 

PLETZKE, DONALD J CLERK, TO JULY 31 740.73 

TATE, DALE T CLERK-ASST PRESS SECTY, 4,249.98 

WATTS, SUZANNE S SECRETARY, 3,500.02 

WINFR, ILENE FRANCES SECRETARY, 3,974.98 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES A. BURKE 

BARON, ANDREW CLERK, FROM SEPT. I 410.42 

CRONIN, KEVIN J CLE"K, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 625.00 

DAGOSTINO, YVETTE R CLERK, FROM JULY I 3,833.33 

HAROLD, PAUL D CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 550.00 

KING, JOHN J EXEC SECTY-ECONOMI ST , FROM JULY 1 .... 8,408.34 

LARKIN, ROBERT F, JR CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 350.00 

MANCIAS, EDNA C LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 4,874.98 

MAYO, ROBIN RECEPTIONIST/STENO, FROM JULY 1 3,824.98 

MCGILVFARY, ROBERT D ASST VETS AFF COORD, FROM JULY 1 4,475.02 

MEYER, DIANA A ASST AGENCY COORDINATOR, FROM JULY 1 . 3,441.65 

MOORE, EOWARO J ADM ASST, FROM JULY 1 13,608.35 

NEDDER, EDWARD T CLERK, 2,725.02 

PARKER, JACQUELINE ASST AGENCY COORD., FROM JULY 1 TO 

NOV. 30 AND AGENCY COORDINATOR, FROM 

DEC. 1 4,361.65 

RYAN, JOHN F, JR VETS AFF COORD, FROM JULY 1 7,408.32 

SWARTZ, DEBORAH ASST LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 4,424.98 

TUOHY, MARY J ASST TO ADMIN ASST, FROM JULY 1 6,533.35 

VASAS, CHRISTINA E CLFRK TYPIST, FROM OCT. 12 TO NOV. 30 

AND SECRETARY, FROM DEC. I 1,341.67 



OFFICE OF HON. OMAR BURLESON 



CESSNA, SHIRLEY RAY 

CURTIS, JUDITH S 
GRUBBS, WALTER B 
HOOVER, CLAUDIA M 
KING, ARMAN D 
KUREK, KATHPYN C 
MEEK, ELSIE H 
PHILLIPS, ZENO J 



SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND LEGIS CLERK, 

FROM SEPT. 1 

OFFICE MANAGER, 



4, 166.66 
14,500.02 
9,801.66 
6, 156.78 
5,293.20 
6,569.82 
7,670.76 
6,400.02 



19 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. BILL D. BURLISON 

BECK, LENZIE MANFORD ASST FIELD SECRETARY, t4, 549.98 

BENTON, PATRICIA FERN CLERK, 2,650.02 

CLAIR, HARRIET JANE SECRETARY, 3,550.02 

OICKFRSON, DONALD L 3,256.08 

DIVERS, MINNA R CASE WORKER, 6,049.98 

DUGAL, RICHARD W CLERK, FROM JULY 1 2,500.02 

HAYNES, BRADFORD N CLERK, TO JULY 31 500.00 

HEROD, JAMES W 5,146.32 

MYKLAND, SUSAN E SECRETARY, 3,550.02 

NUTTER, JOHN F LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 1 ... 4,750.02 

PROSSER, MICHAL SUE EXEC SECRETARY, 9,583.32 

RHYNE, MILDRED B 3,002.88 

STACY, JANE COOPER RESEARCH £ PUB REL ASST, 2,749.98 

WALLS, OUEENIE CLERK, 3,499.98 

OFFICE OF HON. PHILLIP BURTON 

ABRAHAM, JOHN L RESEARCH ASST, FROM NOV. L TO NOV. 30 107.00 

BUTCHER, WILLIAM A CLERK, 600.00 

COLEMAN, NINA ANN SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 AND LEGIS ASST, 

FROM NOV. 1 6,600.00 

CUNLON, HELEN M ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 .... 2,523.01 

DYE, ROY AUGUSTUS, III RESEARCH ASST, FROM DEC. 1 707.00 

GREER, FRANKLIN CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 307.67 

KENNEDY, SUSAN CLERK, 4,999.98 

KIELIGER, FRANK J ADM ASST, 8,749.98 

KRAUSF, PATPICIA A CLERK, FROM JULY 1 600.00 

LEONG, NANCY M CLERK, 4,999.08 

MARTINEZ, NICOMEDES J ASST, FROM JULY 1 6,300.00 

RICKS, MARIAN G CLERK, 4,500.00 

SAPSFIELD, EDWIN S CLERK, 7,500.00 

SELLERS, GARY B CLFRK, 1,000.02 

THOMAS, DORIS R ASST, FROM JULY 1 8,749.98 

WEIL, NORMAN I CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

WINKEL, ADRIAN P ASSISTANT, FROM JULY I 12,409.98 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES A. BYRNE 

BOCCELLA, ALFRED M CLERK, 3,180.00 

BQGGS, EDITH H CLERK, 2,265.00 

DOYLE, JOSFPH E CLERK, 11,704.98 

HAGAN, JAMES F CLERK, 1,342.02 

LOUGHRAN, JOSEPH J CLFRK, 840.00 

LYNCH, ANNE M CLERK, 2,119.98 

MEADES, EDNA M CLERK, 3,955.02 

UNEAL, SHIRLEY M CLERK, 10,540.02 

RAMSEY, RUTH ARLINE CLERK 14,050.02 

REESF, ANNA CLERK, 2,265.00 

SEGEL, MICHAEL CLERK, 2,704.98 

SMITH, ALBERTA CLERK, 2,425.02 

SMITH, REGINA B CLERK, 5,715.00 

WEIHS, GLORIA E CLFRK, 6,949.98 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN W. BYRNES 

CUMMINGS, AUDREY DFLL CLFRK, 2,789.59 

OFCOCK, ROSEMARY SECRETARY, 3,000.00 

GLEN'<I, MARJOPIE C SECRETARY, 6,450.00 

MELF, MARJORIF ANN SECRETARY, 4,800.00 

MONTAGUE, PHOEBE A SECRETARY, FROM JULY 19 3,824.98 

RANDLETT, CATHFRINE C SECRFTARY, 4,549.98 

SCHUCK, JAROLO R STAFF ASST, 9,199.98 

SLAUGHTER, GENE K CLFRK, 1,000.02 

SMITS, JAMES H LEGIS ASST, 9,199.98 

SOLARI, STE°HANIE A SECRETARY 6,600.00 

WARREN, CHERYL LYNN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

OFFICE OF HONi GOODLOE E. BYRON 

ATKINSON, ROBERT H EXECUTIVE ASST, 8,479.98 

BARKMAN, MARGARET JANE SECRETARY, 1,999.98 

BORLAND, ALBERT S SPECIAL ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 2,075.56 

BOWSER, b"MA JANE DISTRICT PFP, 2,400.00 



20 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. GOOOLOE E. BYPON - CONTINUED 

COLE, MICHELE ANNF CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 24 TO 

AUG. 29 $360.00 

DOWNTON, G DAVID CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

JULY 23 230.00 

ELLSWORTH, KAREN SUE SECTY, TO AUG. 13 430.00 

FIELDS, DEBPPAH WALTON SECRETARY, 3,000.00 

GILSTRAP, JAMES CLERK, 850.00 

KATH, KATHERINE A SECRETARY, 3,850.02 

LEPSKI, VIVIAN OISTASST, 2,400.00 

LINOSEY, JOYCE CAROL SECRETARY, 3,250.02 

MOSS, MARVIN F LEGIS ASST, 6,889.98 

PRICE, JOSEPH B, JR FIELD REP 3,499.98 

SOLOMON, DORIS B EXEC SECRETARY, 8,479.98 

WAKEFIELD, KAREN E SECRETARY, 4,240.02 

OFFICE OF HON. EARLE CABELL 

ADAMS, RACHEL ANN SECRFTARY, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 15 .... 750.00 

BAYNARD, SALLY ANN SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

CONDRAY, THELMA JO 4,796.52 

GLOSSERMAN, LESLIE SECRETARY, 4,500.00 

GRINDBERG, JENNIE SECRETARY, 8,028.48 

HART, HUGH GIFN, JR ADM ASST, 12,499.98 

JORDAN, CAROLYN P 2,474.52 

KINTZ, VIRGINIA LEE SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 2,000.00 

PARISH, ROBERT L, JR 4,428.00 

PAXTON, WILLIAM E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 600.00 

PIET7SCH, SIDNEY G 6,250.02 

°UGH, FRANKIE A SECRETARY, 4,999.98 

ROGERS, HEPSCHEL J, JR ASSISTANT, 3,000.00 

WILLIAMS, LON R, JR SPECIAL ASST, 4,750.02 

WOYNOSKI, MARION SECRETARY, 4,936.02 

OFFICE OF HON. PATRICK T. CAFFERY 

CPOWE, JUDY A SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 15 1,477.77 

FIRKIN, DONNA K SECRETARY, TO OCT. 8 1,905.54 

MASUMIAN, ALBERTA PERSONAL SECPETAPY, 7,422.00 

MCBRIDE, CHARLES W EXEC ASST, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 5 8,973.33 

MIRE, CLAIRE P 2,816.70 

PARENT, MICHELE A SECRETARY, 3,900.00 

PARRO, RANDOLPH H EXEC ASST, 9,547.50 

RILEY, IRVING N CLERK, 643.56 

WATTIGNY, CHARLES C DISTRICT ASSISTANT, 6,683.28 

WOODWARD, KATHERINE F SECRETARY, 5,299.98 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN N. HAPPY CAMP 

ARMSTRONG, DUKE J CLFRK, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 250.00 

BURPO, JO ANN 2,072.10 

GEOGHEGAN, CLAIRE M SECRETARY, 4,374.72 

HACKNEY, HARRIETT P CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 400.00 

MOYER, WILLIAM A 5,400.00 

ORCUTT, MARY ELIZABETH SECRETARY, TO OCT. 6 1,306.66 

OANNETON, SANDRA N SECRETARY, TO DEC. 6 3,683.32 

PFRRING, HELEN JOYCE 5,072.88 

ROBERTS, DIANE L SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 27 2,167.23 

SEAL, BETTY B 4,668.18 

SNODGRASS, WILLIAM G 3,183.24 

SOUTHARD, JOAN M ADMIN ASST, 9,837.78 

SWAIN, BEVERLY B SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 17 794.45 

VALE, MARIE F SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 666.67 

OFFICE OF HON. HUGH L. CAREY 

AKINS, MILDRED 9,816.48 

BULLENBACHER, JAMES T STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND 

FROM DEC. 1 2,184.00 

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM F FROM NOV. 16 1,875.00 

CHONOLES, STE°HEN J FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 768.03 



21 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. HUGH L. CAREY - CONTINUED 

CONNIFF, THOMAS A »2,065.26 

OEL4NY, KEVIN F X ADM AIDE, TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 1 

TO NOV. 15 4,375.00 

DOME, CHARLES FROM JULY 1 6,000.00 

DONDEREWICZ, MARY E 1,650.00 

FOLEY, WILLIAM R, III CLERK, FROM DEC. I 934.15 

FUSCO, EDWARD D CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

GALLO, KATHLEEN TO NOV. 30 3,333.35 

JOHNSON, KAREN E FROM OCT. 1 1,812.51 

LAMB, ELIZABETH TO SEPT. 30 2,124.99 

MCCABE, WINIFRED A TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 1 3,840.15 

PRENDERVILLE, JOHNM 6,508.74 

RIBOLOW, MAURICE H FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 3,291.75 

ROSENTHAL, HAROLD LEGIS ASST, 5,000.00 

SCHRAUB, BEN 1,650.00 

SEALE, LAURA 1,650.00 

SHAYUVICH, MENACHEM M TO AUG. 31 3,666.75 

WINSTON, JEANNI M 5,264.82 

WONG, WAt SO 3,948.60 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES J. CARNEY 

BOWMAN, RARBARA ANN SECRETARY, 4,999.98 

CAMPBELL, MADELCN V GENERAL SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

CARNEY, R03EPT T RESEARCH ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 1,200.00 

DANCEY, RUTH A SECTY-CASE WORKER, FROM JULY 1 4,500.00 

DISTEFANO, ANTHONY J LEGISLATIVE AIDE, TO NOV. 30 AND 

EXECUTIVE SECTY, FROM DFC. 1 5,583.35 

DURKIN, BRIDGET DISTRICT CLERK, FROM JULY 1 2,499.96 

JONES, SHIRLEY A SECTY-TYP I ST , FROM JULY 1 3,750.00 

KELLY, WILLIAM L DIST REP, 2,500.02 

KEYES, THOMAS J, JP ADM ASST, 14,500.02 

MICHAEL, SANDRA A SECTY-TYP I ST , 3,441.66 

PALLANTE, RALPH DISTRICT OFFICE REP, 4,500.00 

PONDILLO, ROBERT J CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

STEVENS, PAUL E DISTRICT ADMIN AIDE, FROM JULY I 12,270.98 

SULLIGAN, JOHN DISTRICT OFFICF REP, FROM JULY 1 4,999.98 

TILLMAN, JAMES M DISTRICT AIDE, 1,999.98 

OFFICE OF HON. TIM LEE CARTER 

COOK, NANCY ELIZABETH SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 1 833.67 

DfHNEL, KATHLEEN W CLEPK, 8,514.48 

DOWNFY, COY FIELD SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 

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

DEC. I 1,994.01 

EATON, MARILYN B CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 14 140.00 

FRANCISCO, DOUGLAS L CLERK, TO NOV. 30 AND ADMIN ASST, FROM 

DEC. 1 8,583.35 

GURDZIEL, MARY J SECTY, FROM SEPT. 20 TO NOV. 30 AND 

CASE WOPKER, FROM DEC. 1 1,906.95 

HAMMER, DOYLE R DISTRICT SECRETARY, 3,412.50 

HAYES, SHERRY MERRILL CLERK, TO NOV. 30 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

DEC. 1 3,458.33 

HENDERSON, CHARLES V LEGIS ASST, FROM OCT. 12 1,975.00 

H'.ILCOMB, J B 1,578.48 

KIATTA, LOUISE CLERK 7,372.02 

LYONS, HELEN F CLERK, TC OCT. 15 2,191.59 

MCDOWELL, PATRICIA ANN SECTY, FROM DEC. 29 38.89 

MIODLETON, BEN FIELD SECTY, 1,578.00 

MORGAN, ROBERT I DISTRICT SECRETARY, 4,204.02 

"ERK1NS, N B DISTRICT SECRETARY, 2,656.02 

PETERCHEFF, DORIS G DISTRICT SECRETARY, 4,239.48 

PYLES, AARON FIELD SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 

31 AND FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND 

FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 1,994.01 

ROBBINS, GUS FIELD SECTY, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 .. 1,000.00 
SHARP, JOSH P FIELD SECRETARY, FROM AUG. I TO AUG. 

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

DEC. 1 2,032.01 



22 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. TIM LEE CARTER - CONTINUED 

SLAUGHTER, JAMES FIELD SECTY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

AND FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM 

NOV. I TO NOV. 30 $1,994.01 

WALKER, JOHN HUNTER CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 15 TO 

AUG. 15 310.00 

WIENS, DENISE I CLERK, TO AUC. 29 1,343.88 

OFFICE OF HON. BOB CASEY 

BURNEY, LAURA F SECRETARY, 5,299.98 

COATES, MARSHA R CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 28 580.00 

DADO, SHARON F SECRETARY, TO DEC. 6 3,943.32 

DISCHINGER, EDITH J SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 5,674.98 

ERWIN, ALAN R PRESS SECTY, FROM DEC. 7 1,066.66 

FRANDOLIG, CHARLES A ADM ASST, TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 5 . 14,177.80 

GILMORE, STEVEN C CLERK, 2,000.00 

HEROLD, RITA SECRETARY, 4,549.98 

MCHONE, JENNY DELANE SECRETARY, 6,850.02 

NAUGHTON, BARBARA A SECRETARY, 4,849.98 

PASSMANN, JULIA P SECRETARY, 6,900.00 

TIMKO, FLORENCE SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 10,249.98 

WARREN, GRACE E SECRETARY, 5,599.98 

OFFICE OF HON. ELFORD A. CEDERBERG 

BEYDA, RACHELLE RECEPTIONIST-SECRETARY, 5,125.02 

FORGASH, MICHAEL A 14,500.02 

GOULD, JUDITH D CLERK, TO NOV. 28 3,103.90 

HIGHFIELD, DERORAH S CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 625.00 

HODGE, ANN T CLERK, FROf SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 833.34 

HODGE, KATHRYN MCKAY CLERK, TO AUG. 31 833.34 

NAKKULA, WALTER G DISTRICT ASST, TO OCT. 31 5,166.68 

ORTIZ, BONADONNA SECRETARY, 4,583.33 

RAMAGE, FRANKIE C SECRETARY, 8,625.00 

SCHAM«RA, WILLIAM A CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,200.00 

SCHWEIGERT, ESTHEP N SECRETARY, 4,583.33 

SMITH, ELIZABETH E SECRETARY, FROM JULY 5 2,004.46 

STOLZ, RONALD WILLARD DISTRICT ASSISTANT, TO OCT. 31 AND 

DISTRICT LIAISON, FROM NOV. 1 7,083.34 

OFFICE OF HON. EMANUEL CELLER 

ALBERTS, ALFRED E CLERK, TO OCT. 31 2,432.40 

DOUGHERTY, MARY A SECRETARY, 14,491.92 

KIDD, ALBA L CLERK, 6,369.06 

LEVINE, PEARL CLFRK, 1,872.48 

LOUIS, MARGARET M CLERK, 4,505.34 

R0SEN3AUM, LEWIS H CLERK 1,872.60 

ROSENEELD, ELI CLFRK, 3,750.54 

SCHLOSSBERG, JERRY CLERK, 6,220.68 

SHAKIN, FLORENCE CLERK, 2,700.30 

TANIS, CAROLYN D CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 5 ... 4,539.33 

WHITE, MINNIE SECRETARY, 14,483.58 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES E. CHAMBERLAIN 

ABRAHAM, E SPFNCER CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 300.00 

COMM, ANN F SECRETARY, 7,999.98 

COVELL, CATHERINE M SECRETARY, FPOM JULY 1 7,750.02 

GOLD, BETTY L SECRETARY, 6,250.02 

JOHNSON, RUTH R SECRETARY, 6,000.00 

KENNEOY, THFODORE R RESEARCH ASST., 1,000.02 

LUMPKIN, JANE T SECRETARY, 7,000.02 

MARTINSON, PONALD L SPECIAL ASST, TO SEPT. 30 3,125.00 

MCALISTFR, JUDITH ANN SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 4,025.01 

MCFAODEN, ROBERT H ADM ASST., 12,250.02 

ROBINSON, BEULAH I SECRETARY, 3,720.00 

SOUTHWELL, B JOE CLERK 1,000.02 

VOGEL, ROBERT C CLERK, 4,200.00 



23 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. BILL CHAPPELL, JR. 



AYCOCK, JANE B 
CHAMBERLAIN, LOU B 
DENSON, JOHN J 
DUPREE, ANN 
FOX, ALBERT A, JP 
GARVER, CHAPLOTTE C 

HERRERT, ELLEN E 
HOOKER, THOMAS E 
KOST, KRISTINE M 
LAZONBY, SHIRLEY 
MCBURNEY, JEANE BROWN 
ROBINSON, ROBERT P, III 
SEAY, WENDELL G 
STANSFIELO, MARY JO 
YORK, FRED M, JR 



SECTY, FROM OCT. 26 SI, 174.65 

5,150.02 

AIDE, FROM JULY 1 3,600.02 

SECRETARY, 4,450.00 

LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 ... 6,916.65 
SECRETARY-CASEWORKER, TO NOV. 30 AND 

CASE WORKER, FROM DEC. I 6,100.00 

SECRETARY, FROM JULY I 3,127.99 

ADM ASST, FROM JULY 1 11,184.98 

SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 2,666.68 

SECRETARY, 5,099.98 

RESEARCH ASST, 6,185.00 

PERSONAL AIDE 5,324.00 

SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 13 1,080.00 

LEGIS AIDE, FROM JULY 1 5,865.99 

PRESS AIDE, FROM JULY 1 6,517.66 



OFFICE OF HON. SHIRLEY CHISHOLM 



BAKER, PAULINE GENERAL SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 18 AND 

FROM NOV. 1 TO DEC. 10 

BOWERS, KAREN L CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

BUTLER, HELEN C GENERAL SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 20 

DOREN, ARLENF E 

DORY, BARBARA A SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 7 

OOWNS, SHIRLEY ANN 

ELSON, GAPY STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 1 

GARRETT,, THADDEUS, JP RESEARCH ASST, 

HOLDER, WESLEY M 

HOLMES, BEVERLY D CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

HOWARD, WILLIAM R 

HUDNELL, SUSAN M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

HUMPHREY, MARION A RESEARCH ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 

MIDDLETON, JOAN V CASEWORKER, TO AUG. 13 

RHODES, EVELYN J RECEPTIONIST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 . 

RICHARDSON, JOYCE C CLERK TYPIST, 

ROBLES, VICTOR L ASST DISTRICT REP, 

SIMMONS, ANDREA T CASE WORKER, FPOM AUG. 1 

SMITH, CAROLYN J EXEC ASST 

WATKINS, PATRICIA J PRESS ASST, TO JULY 31 AND PRESS AIDE, 

FROM AUG. 5 

OFFICE OF HON. DONALD D. CLANCY 

ALKIRE, P.EBFCCA A SECRETARY, FROM JULY 14 

DASHIELL, NANCY IRWIN TO NOV. 18 

OECOURCY, PAULINE L TO SEPT. 30 

DUMLER, BARBARA ANN TO DEC. 26 

HEIN, MARJORIE R * 

PALMER, MARTHA JANE 

SHFPPARD, NANCY E RECEPTIONIST, FROM NOV. 30 

VOLZ, ROBFRT JOHN 

WAGNER, ARLO T AOM ASST, 

ZULAGFR, DOROTHY M 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK M. CLARK 

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

CANTER, MARIAN L TO AUG. 3 

CASPER, ROSALIE C CLERK, FROV SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

CLARK, OEBRA JO CLERK, FPOM AUG. 4 TO AUG. 31 

COLARUSSO, MARIE CLFRK, 

mzzuaui, marie clerk, from oct. i to nov. 30 

DIEHL, FRANCES A CLERK, 

DOLES, JUDITH ANN CLFRK 

DUROOWA, DENNIS J CLERK, 

DUBPOWA, PUTH ELLEN CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

FARLOW, ARLENE M AOMIN ASST, FROM JULY 1 

FARLOW, LOPFTTA A CLERK, 

FRATTO, MARY ANN CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 1 TO 

SEPT. 30 



2,099.72 

461.22 
2,104.17 
3,554.28 
2,375.00 
7,586.82 

500.01 
5,749.98 
8,260.56 

461.22 
2,683.80 

450.00 
1,333.32 
1,075.00 

589.70 

1,999.98 

4,999.98 

3,541.65 

14,500.02 

5,500.02 



3,108.04 
2,798.32 
2,637.51 
4,326.67 
9,375.00 
5,500.02 
559.73 
8,749.98 
10,000.02 
5,824.98 



591.67 

504.16 

600.00 

427.50 

2,683.35 

1,200.00 

7,450.02 

4,800.00 

4,800.00 

600.00 

10,999.98 

3,199.98 

1,200.00 



24 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK M. CLARK - CONTINUED 



GRIMES, DONNA JEANNE CLERK, PROP AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM 

DEC. 1 

ILLSLEY, JULIE A CLERK, 

KIMINKINEN, DOROTHEA J CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

LUKETIC, ZELLA M CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

MOORE, LINDA SUSANNE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 TO 

AUG. 31 AND CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 

MUSKO, BARBARA CLERK, 

NEELY, ROBERT P CLERK, 

PHILLIPS, LINDA L CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 

POGOLOFF, STEPHEN MARK CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

RAFTERY, EVALYN F CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM 

OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

ROGERS, SHARON L CLFRK, FROM DEC. 1 

ROSS, ANGELA MARIE 

SCHWARTZ, STEVEN G CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

WILLIAMS, CONSTANCE P CLERK, 

WINEBOLD, ROBERT G CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

OFFICE OF HON. DON H. CLAUSEN 

BROTHER, DONNA M CASEWORKER, 

DERR, CYNTHIA JO RECEPTIONIST, FROM OCT. 12 

DIAMOND, AMY H LEGIS SECTY, FROM JULY 1 

GRAVES, W LARRY LEGIS ASST, FROM OCT. 1 

HASKIN, ELMFR G, JR DISTRICT ASST, 

HULFTT, STANLEY W LEGIS ASST, TO OCT. 17 

JONES, BARRY W 

KING, LOIS E DISTRICT SECRETARY, 

MONAGHAN, JOYCE A RECEPTIONIST/SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 .. 

PENN, GEORGE ANN SECRETARY, 

ROBERTSON, CONSTANCE E SECRETARY, 

SISK, ELIZABETH STEWAPT CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 

STODART, WILLIAM E ADM ASST, 

TIPPIT, OTIS GORDON 

UNDERWOOD, LAURA B SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 

YATES, NADINE SANDERS DURA OPERATOR-SUPERVISOR, TO OCT. 31 . 



*1,483.33 

6,400.02 

600.00 

1,183.34 

891.67 
3,066.68 
6,900.00 

600.00 
1,083.34 

1,800.00 
600.00 

3,100.02 
500.00 

3,100.02 
600.00 



4,290.78 
1,492.23 
5,699.98 
3,750.00 
2,656.32 
5,959.76 
4,974.96 
3,400.02 
4,399.98 
4,711.08 
2,677.44 

600.00 

10,508.76 

7,950.00 

633.33 
3, 166.68 



OFFICE OF HON. DEL CLAWSON 



BRADBEER, GFORGE 
CHARLES, ANITA S 
CLASSEN, NANCY 
DEHAVEN, VIRGINIA C 
EDELEN, FLORENCE B 
GREENAWALT, RUBY JANE 
RITCHEY, PATRICIA C 
SMITH, VILDA M 
STERN, JEAN K 
WALLER, VERA S 
WEBER, JUNE C 
ZEMBA, JOHN MICHAEL 



ADM ASST, 

CLFRK, 

CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 ... 

TO OCT. 25 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 

CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 



4,779. 12 

13,672.20 

3,900.00 

3,648.60 

4,625.34 

4,625.34 

750.00 

6,596.04 

4,544.88 

4,999.98" 

2,625.00 

450.00 



OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM CLAY 



BARBEE, EVELYN 
BELL, JAMES 
BELL, PAULA P 
CAYTON, COLLEEN U 
FRANKLIN, MYRNA L 
HODGES, WINIFPED 
HUMPHRIES, ALTHEA Y 
IRONS, JAMES 
JUDE, MADGF M 
KINKEAD, ALICE C 
LAY, WALTER V 

MCPHERSON, MICHAEL C 
OLIVEIPA, DUANE S 



STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 1 

STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO NOV. 30 ... 

STAFF ASST, 

STAFF ASST, 

CLFRK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

STAFF ASST, FPOM DEC. 13 

STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 

LEGIS ASST, TO NOV. 30 

DIST ASST, FPOM JULY 1 TO SFPT. 30 AND 

DISTRICT ASST, FROM OCT. 1 

ADM ASST 

CONGRESSIONAL INTEPN, FROM AUG. 1 TO 
AUG. 31 



2,708.35 
2,521.66 
4,249.98 
1,000.02 
5,200.02 
300.00 
390.00 
9,000.00 
3,634.38 
4,791.65 

4,875.00 
14,500.02 



25 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM CLAY - CONTINUED 

OSOSKI, EDWARD J CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

JULY 31 $300.00 

SEAY, CATHERINE W STAFF ASST, TO NOV. 30 3,583.35 

TATUM, ROSE CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND 

STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 1 1,625.01 

TYUSt MARIE H 4,056.30 

WEISSt GAIL ELLEN STAFF ASST 5,200.02 

WILLIAMS, JEROME W STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 901.24 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES C. CLFVELAND 

BURCH, PATRICIA ANN SECRETARY, 4,750.02 

DAY, MYRA LOUISE 4,000.02 

EKERN, MARGARET KAY TO AUG. 31 2,083.34 

HENSCHEL, GEORGE L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 600.00 

JACKSON, MILDRED KATE 6,874.98 

JOSLIN, WILLIAM R LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 7,875.00 

KEENAN, JOAN D SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

LONDON, M ROY DISTRICT REP, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 . 800.00 
MACCLEERY, LEE D SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND 

FROM DEC. 1 1,500.00 

MCCLAY, JOYCE E SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 20 2,609.17 

MCINNIS, MARY SECTY, FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 3,000.00 

PORTER, GERALDINE R SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND 

FROM SEPT. 1 2,700.00 

0UIM8Y, JEANNE 9 3,750.00 

ROGERS, BARBARA R SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 1,900.00 

SUTHERLAND, JAMES W LEG I SL AT I VE/P R STAFF, FROM NOV. 18 .. 1,075.00 

TETHER, SUZANNE JEBB SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 1 1,875.00 

TETLER, GFORGE W, III INTERN, TO JULY 31 850.00 

VARBLF, WINIFRED A 10,125.00 

OFFICE OF HON. HAROLD R. COLLIER 

ALEXANDER, MARTHA M SECRETARY 4,500.00 

BARTIZAL, MARY SECRETARY, FROM JULY I 2,550.00 

BERG, EARL H, JR PRESS ASST, TO SEPT. 30 2,550.00 

BITTER, LYDIA C SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 .... 1,083.33 

GLINKA, ARLENE L SECTY-DIST OFFICE MGR , 5,749.98 

HAGERTY, POMAYNE L STENO-SECTY, 4,500.00 

HERSHEY, LULA MARIE ADM ASST, 11,899.98 

KELLY, ANN WOODWARD SECRETARY, 5,500.02 

MCLAUGHLIN, MARTHA ANN TYPIST, TO AUG. 31 966.66 

PETERSEN, SVEND RESEARCH ASST, 2,500.02 

SHORT, NANCY M STENO-SECTY, 4,500.00 

WARD, JANE K LEGIS ASST, 7,350.00 



OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE W. COLLINS 



COLEMAN, SHIRLEY 

DYE, ROY AUGUSTUS, III 
GUILM&NT, JEAN-PIERRE 
HATCHERSON, JANE W 
HICKEY, RITA M 
HORWITZ, MANNY 
HOWSE, NATHANIEL R 
MARKS, BETTY 
MCDANIEL, DIANE 
MCDANIEL, NELL MARIE 
MHOON, EVELYN B 
NELSON, LEO 
S;*ALL, CASSANDRA M 

THOMAS, HENRY LEE 
THOMAS, MILDRED L 
VANCE, KEITH A 



SECRETARY TO ADM ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 AND EXEC SECTY, FROM SEPT. 1 . 5,150.00 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 327.00 

PRESS ASST, 2,650.02 

LEGIS SECRETARY, 4,260.37 

2,816.70 

STAFF ASST, 2,500.02 

LEGISLATIVE ASST, 8,220.00 

CLERK, 1,750.02 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, 10,600.02 

DISTRICT SECRETARY, 4,770.00 

ADM AIDE, 4,999.98 

CASE WORKER, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 

5 4,515.96 

9,072.06 

RECEPTIONIST 3,700.02 

PERSONAL AIDE, FROM JULY 1 4,380.00 



26 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES M. COLLINS 



AGNICH, JAMES R CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 7 

ANDREWS, ALBERT E, JR CLERK, 

BRYANT, MARGARET H CLERK, FROM SEPT. 22 

CLYDE, KATHERINE CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 15 

CRANE, KA<?EN WALTER CLERK, TO JULY 31 

DEGRAFFENRIFO, PAT M CLERK, TO NOV. 30 

FAUSSET, RICHARD ROY CLERK, 

FOOTE, JOHN F CLERK, FROM JULY I TO OCT. 31 AND FROM 

DEC. 1 

FORRESTER, LINDA S CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 

GAPVIE, PAMELA J CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 

HOUSE, W MICHAEL CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM 

NOV. 5 

LINDSLEY, CATHERINE S CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 8 TO 

AUG. IS AND CLERK, FROM SEPT. 10 TO 

SEPT. 30 

MALACHIN, JOHANNA L CLERK, FROM JULY 1 

OWENS, ANN NICHOLSON CLERK, TO OCT. 17 

PDPE, WHITNEY S CLERK, FROM NOV. 15 

RUBIO, ERCILIA V CLERK 

SIMPSON, SHIRLEY ANN CLERK, 

STPICKLIN, PAULA M CLERK, 

WEINBERG, COURTNEY P CLERK, FROM JULY 1 

W00D8RIDGE, KAREN L CLFRK, 

ZAVOUNY, CHRISTINE P CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM M. COLMER 

RAILEY, SHERWOOD R, JP CONGPF SS ION Al INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

CLAYTON, JACQUELINE W CLERK, 

CLFARWATFR, LEONA H CLERK, 

DARSEY, MARIE W CLER«, 

DAVIS, CLAIRE CLERK, 

LOTT, C TRENT AOM ASST, 

LOTT, PATRICIA E CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

PAXTON, EDNA H CLERK 

RUSS, FRNFST J CLERK 

YON, DOROTHY A CLERK, 

OFFICE OF HON. BARBER B. CONABLE, JR. 

ALEXANDER, OLGA C 

BENTON, THOMAS R 

BUTLER, RARRAOA M RESEARCH ASST, 

FARNSWORTH, SUSAN H CLERK, TO AUG. 28 

MANERI, DOROTHY B EXEC SECTY, 

MATTHEWS, MARY MONCURE SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 7 

MCLAUGHLIN, LINDA J CLERK 

NELSON, PAUL GUNNAP 

NICHOLAS, HAPPY K ADM «SST, 

PEARTREE, JOANNE MARIE SECRETAPY, TO SEPT. 3 

PELKEY, JOHN MICHAEL CLERK, FROM SFPT. 1 

PFOUTZ, RONNIE LEWIS CLEPK, TO AUG. 20 

SCHMITT, DONALD THCMAS CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 

WALLACE, MARIAN E SFCPTTARY, 

WELLS, SHARON 

WIDGER, STANLEY W, J" CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 28 AND 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

OFFICE OF HON. SILVIO 0. CONTE 

4DAMS, JAMFS R PRESS ASST, FROM SEPT. 13 

ANTON, WARRFN CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

BAKER, YOLANDE V SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC. 5 

BARS4NTI, STFPHFN W CLFRK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

BEAUCMAMP, CAPOLF LONG SECTY, FT.M JULY 1 TC JULY 31 AND FROM 

NOV. 1 TO N'HV. 30 

CIUFFRE')A, JEFFREY S CLERK, FPOM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

DIM4SSIM0, DE8PA ANN CLERK, F<H"IM SEPT. 1 TU OCT. 31 AND 

FROM DEC. ) 

DONAHUE, JAMES E ADM ASST, 

DONNFR, SULY SEARS SECTY-OFFICE MGP , 

FLEISCHER, THOMAS F CLERK, FROM JULY I TO JULY 31 

GAPIVALTIS, GAYLE CLtRK, TO JULY 31 



$70.00 
6,916.68 
1,980.00 
3,375.00 

583.33 
2,875.01 
7,600.02 

4,200.00 
1,800.00 
2,600.00 

2,466.67 



450.00 
3,750.00 
2,293.33 

920.00 
3,600.00 
5,650.02 
3,600.00 
2,341.65 
3,600.00 
1,400.00 



450.00 
1,000.02 
5,050.02 
7,500.00 
6,750.00 
14,500.02 

600.00 
6,750.00 
1,000.02 
6,750.00 



3,902.64 

2,340.30 

5,449.98 

725.00 

7,375.02 

3,643.74 

3,934.98 

5,753.28 

14,095.02 

1,117.37 

400.00 

528.72 

500.00 

6,412.50 

6,860.58 

767.50 



1,5 

7 
3,4 



1,7 
1 

6 

10,2 

6,0 

2 

4 



59.99 
50.00 
47.48 

00.00 

08.33 
66.67 

50.01 
08.01 
50.00 
50.00 



27 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE UF HON. SILVIO O. CONTE - CONTINUED 

GORTON, JOAN F SECRETARY AIDE, FRCM AUG. 9 TO AUG. 13 

HALL, CAROL ANNE CLERK, FROM JULY. 1 TO JULY 31 

HOOPER, NOPMA M SECRFTAPY, TO JULY 31 

HUNTER, DURANT A CLERK, FROM nr.T. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM 

DEC. 1 

KNUDSEN, JEAN-MARIE R FCEPTI ON I ST-SECRET AR Y , TO OCT. 31 ... 

MASSIMIANfl, JFANNE S OFFICE MANAGER, 

MAYER, JO ELLEN CL FPK/SECPFTARY , FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 

30 

MIERZEWSKI, MICHAEL B CLERK, FPOM SFPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND 

FROM DEC. 1 

MISHARA, ERIC CLERK, FROM SFPT. 7 TO DEC. 10 

MONGEON, JOHN E ASST PRES* SECTY, FROM DEC. 1 

MOYNIHAN, KEVIN J CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

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

DEC. 1 

OETRINA, MICHAEL J, JR 

RAWLS, WILLA C SECRETARY, TO JULY 16 

SALTARELLI, LEE ANN CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND 

FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

SALTARELLI, LOIS CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND 

FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

SHUMAN, BARNETTE G CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

SILVEIRA, MARY A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

SQUIRES, WILLI4M A CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

STAPLETON, MIRIAM M SECRETARY, FPOM SEPT. 20 

SWARTZ, JUDITH EXEC SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN CONYERS, JR. 

BENJAMIN, JOSEPH E AIDE, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

BOOKER, EDITH J AIDE, FROM SEPT. 1 

CARR, ROBERT R ADM ASST, 

OIGGS, WANDA P LEGIS SECPFTARY, FROM JULY 1 

FEATHERSTONE , ARTHUR R FROM JULY 1 

FISCHER, ROBERT L, III AIDE, TO AUG. 31 

FISHMAN, ALVIN AIDE, FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

FISHMAN, MAPCIA CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

FLETCHER, PATRICE A STAFF AIDE, FROM OCT. 2 

HAMILTON, ANTHONY AIDE, FROM SFPT. 1 

HUMBLES, KARLA RECEPTIONIST, TO AUG. 31 

JOHNSON, JAMES D, JR CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 

JOHNSON, MARLENE L SFCTY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

KESTER, WILLA CASE WORKER, TO SEPT. 30 

MCCAULEY, JOAN C 

NAPPER, GUY T, JR CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

NAPPER, HYACINTHE T EXEC SFCRETAPY, TO NOV. 30 AND 

PERSONAL SECTY, FROM DEC. 1 

PARKS, ROSA L 

PIERCE, JUANITA CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

rtlCKMAN, EDWARD RAY AIDE, FROM AUG. 1 

RUDASILL, ELBERT G AIDE, TO AUG. 31 

SANDERS, BERNADETTE J CLERK, FROM NOV. 15 

SIMMONS, DAVID C AIDE, FROM SEPT. 1 

THOMAS, MICHAEL CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND 

FROM DFC. I 

THOMPSON, CARRIE J CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 15 

WARREN, PHYLLIS J SECRETARY, FPOM JULY 1 

WATSON, JULIUS A CLFRK, FROM JULY I TO AUG. 31 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT J. CORBETT 

EBERLE, HAROLD F, JR ADM ASST, TO SEPT. 15 

GAYNOR, GARY B CLFRK, TC NOV. 2 

HRYNDA, THOMAS MICHAEL SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 

JUST, MARGARET S SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 

KLEMM, MARGARET F CLERK, TO JULY 31 

MCDOWELL, PATRICIA K SECRETARY, TO NOV. 2 

SIEGEL, RICHARD J SECRETARY, TO NOV. 2 



1100.00 
975.00 
541.67 

875.00 
2,333.32 

5,500.02 

1,500.00 

1,150.00 

1,086.24 

866.67 

1,350.00 

500.00 

7,001.88 

386.67 

883.33 

1,550.00 
1,000.00 
450.00 
775.00 
1,823.62 
6,499.98 



1,750.00 
3,200.00 
10,800.00 
3,879.67 
3,959.28 
1,666.66 
1,008.09 
900.00 
2,719.46 
3,000.00 
1,100.00 
1,538.09 
1,516.66 
2,375.01 
4,549.98 
591.67 

6, 144.12 
3,538.20 

620.11 
5,000.00 
1,666.66 

920.00 
2,500.00 

474.75 

450.00 
3,900.00 
1,397.04 



6,038.30 
677.79 

2,355.54 
202.39 
166.67 

3,926.00 

4,316.81 



71-124 O - 72 



28 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JORGE L. COROOVA 



ALVAREZ, BELEN SECRETARY, 

RAGUE, TERESITA SECRETARY, 

CASTELLANOS, JESUS A LEGIS ASST, 

DELTORO, MAYRA J CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 

DELVALLE, JOSE E LEGIS ASST, 

DIAZ, RAMON CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 

DUENO, HILDA CLERK, 

GONZALEZ, EDGARDO LEGISLATIVE ASST, TO SEPT. 18 

GUINOT, LUIS, JR 

LEE, MELBA JEAN SECRETARY, 

MAROUEZ, JOAQUIN A ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 

PARKER, CANDITA C SECRETARY 

PIETRANTONI, J FELICES 

SMITH, GUY F LEGIS ASST, 

TORO, R DE JESUS SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES C. CORMAN 

BARRETT, NELDA K 

BURRELL, WINIFRED 

CARR, MARY ZELLA FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 1C 

CHAPKIS, ABPY LOUISE SFCRFTAPY 

CHAPKIS, SUSAN JANE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 TO 

AUG. 31 

DENHARTOG, ROBERTA 

ETHEREOGE, SARAH E 

GORDON, ALICE B 

HARMON, ROSALIND C 

LARSON, RUTH F FROM JULY 1 

MCGRATH, JACK FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 

NAJJAR, ALEX A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

JULY 31 

NEELY, IDALIA MAE FROM SEPT. 11 TO NOV. 30 

RICHARDSON, WILLIE L FROM DEC. 1 

RINDONE, MELVA E 

RUBEN, ROBERT C FROM JULY 1 

SEMONES, JO ANN TO NOV. 30 

SLATER, IRENE W 

WARREN, STANLEY T 

WERTZ, HARVEY W LEGIS CONSULTANT, FROM DEC. 1 

WIRKEN, MELANIE 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM R. COTTEP 

CAMPBELL, MALCOLM 0, JR AOMIN ASST, 

CHAIKOVSKY, MARTA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

CRONIN, TIMOTHY F DIST FIELD AGENT, TO JULY 31 AND DIST 

FIELD REP, FROM SEPT. 1 

CUNNINGHAM, WILLIAM J LEGIS ASST 

DENTAMARO, JOSEPH J DISTRICT FIELD AGENT, 

DUNN, KATHLEEN SUE CASEWORK-SECPE T AP Y , TO JULY 31 

FORNINO, THFRESA A RECEPTIONIST-SECRETARY, 

GALLO, SALVATORE P DIST FIELD AGENT, 

LUZZI, ANGELA A SECRETARY, 

MIKESELL, CELITA R CASEWORKER, FROM AUG. 1 

MOORE, SUSANNA E LEGISLATIVE SECRETARY, 

MOYNIHAN, DENNIS M DIST FIELD AGENT, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 

31 AND DIST FIELD PEP, FROM SEPT. 1 TO 
SEPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 .. 

NEIDITCH, JAY LEGIS ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 

POPLAWSKI, CHESTER DIST FIFLD RFP, TO OCT. 31 

RIGNEY, ROBERT L DIST FIFLD AGENT, 

RIOUX, ALFPFD J DIST FIFLO AGENT, 

SMITH, ROBERT J DISTRICT FIELD REP, FROM AUG. 1 TO 

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

SMITH, WILLIAM R DISTRICT FIELD AGFNT, TO JULY 31 AND 

DIST FIEID REP, FROM SFPT. 1 

SUNDERLAND, JANICF M DIST FIELD RFP, FROM NOV. 1 

VECCHITTO, SARAH M DISTRICT SECRETARY, 



$4,500.00 
5,938.98 
6,360.00 

699.42 
6,360.00 

600.00 
4,196.52 
3,179.96 
2,290.92 
4,750.98 
9,901.02 
6,360.00 
9,478.02 
3,451.02 
4,500.00 



5,041.65 
6,000.00 
1,011.10 

600.00 

300.00 
4,791.68 
4,333.32 
6,000.00 
4,541.67 
3,250.02 
3, 125.00 



It 



300.00 
,155.55 

433.33 
4,249.98 
13,750.02 
3,250.00 
5,791.65 
1,348.02 

875.00 
4,833.35 



11,749.98 
450.00 

1,666.65 
7,791.68 
1,999.98 
833.33 
3,666.68 
5,500.02 
4,707.68 
3,583.35 
4,249.98 



2,207.01 

916.67 

833.32 

4,500.00 

4,249.98 



2, 164.67 

2,458.33 

416.66 

7,249.98 



29 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. R. LAWRENCE COUGHLIN 

BIRCH, KAREN M STAFF ASST-DI STP ICT , FROM JULY 15 .... $2,397.76 

BOWERS, PETEP C STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 666.66 

BROOKES, DAISY E STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 7 1,633.32 

CUNNINGHAM, JANE OACUS STAFF ASSISTANT, TO OCT. 15 2,333.34 

DUNN, ELIZABETH J 4,249.98 

FETTEROLF, CAROLYN 1,750.02 

GARRISON, JAMES DIST ADMINISTRATOR, 9,750.00 

HARROLD, ROBIN STAFF ASST, 3,600.00 

JOSLIN, SHERRY E 4,000.02 

MAIER, ANTHONY M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 17 TO 

AUG. 15 AND STUDENT INTERN, FROM AUG. 

1 TO AUG. 31 460.00 

ORLOWITZ, GEORGE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

JULY 16 160.00 

PFEIFFER, RITA ANN TO DEC. 9 3,312.50 

ROSENFELD, MITCHELL A ADM ASST, 12,000.00 

SANKO, ROSE M EXEC SECTY, 9,499.98 

SMITH, EILEEN ROSE STAFF ASST, 4,500.00 

STANLEY, MARC GENE LEGI S ASST, 5,500.02 

THAYER, GEORGE C, JR STAFF ASST, 5,449.98 

OFFICE OF HON. PHILIP M. CRANE 

BPOWNFELD, ALLAN CLERK, FROM JULY I 6,272.50 

BURNHAM, RICHARD BEACH FROM JULY 1 3,000.00 

FEULNER, EDWIN JOHN, JR ADM ASST, FROM JULY 1 13,500.00 

FRIEDMAN, JACALYN CLEPK, FROM SEPT. 1 883.32 

GOODWILLIE, CAROL B CLERK, 5,250.00 

HACKNEY, HARRIETT P CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 400.00 

HICKEY, LYNNE CLFRK, TO JULY 15 100.00 

HINES, EVELYN R SECT Y-DI STR ICT , FROM JULY 1 4,541.67 

JOHNSON, WILLA ANN CLERK, 5,749.98 

MURNANE, EDWARD D PRESS ASST, 8,125.00 

ROBERGE, OORILDA M CLERK, 3,312.51 

ROSS, KATHERINE T CLERK, 6,250.02 

ROWAN, KATHLEEN MAPIE CLERK 4,999.98 

SMITH, BERNADETTE H L CLERK,. 4,249.98 

STEPHENS, MARY R SECTY, FROM SEPT. 1 1,912.49 

WALLER, JANET M SECTY, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 800.07 

WILLIAMSON, RICHARD S CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 900.00 

ZIEBARTH, ERIKA MARIE CLERK, TO AUG. 31 400.00 

ZIEBARTH, RUTH HELM CLERK, FROM JULY 1 4,249.98 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN C. CULVER 

BEELAR, PRISCILLA M PERSONAL SECTY, FROM OCT. 1 1,875.00 

CLARK, RICHARD C ADM ASST, 14,500.02 

FERGUSON, JOYCE A SECRETARY 5,481.06 

FERGUSON, KATHRYN ANN SECRETARY, 3,349.98 

FITZGERALD, JEROME D LEGIS ASST, 6,999.90 

H0L80RN, FREDERICK L LEGIS ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

AND FROM DEC. 1 1,588.07 

HORN, BEVERLY HOPE SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND DISTRICT 

SECRETARY, FROM DFC. 1 2,219.08 

LANE, LINDA SUZANNE SECRETARY, 3,490.08 

LAWLER, MARY BETH PERSONAL SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 2,406.96 

LONG, BETSY JOAN SECRETARY, 2,488.90 

MELVOLD, JANIS LEANNE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

MILLER, ROBERT KEITH LEGIS ASST, 4,800.00 

POOL, ROGER B LEGIS ASST, 7,500.00 

RUHE, SHIRLEY L SECRETAPY, 4,000.02 

SISSON, LOWELL E GFNERAL ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 . 1,748.71 

TONJFS, ANN L LEGIS ASST, TO AUG. 31 1,798.18 

WILEY, JILL SECRETARY, 3,250.02 

WILSON, JANICE RECEPTIONIST, 3,250.02 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM P. CURLIN 

BANE, CORA C ADM ASST, FROM DEC. 5 1,877.78 

BR4NHAM, PHYLLIS J FROM DEC. 4 270.00 

CLARK, JOHN E ASST-CHG DIST OFFICE, FROM DEC. 4 .... 954.38 

CLEPHAS, VINCENT P PRESS ASST, FROM DEC. 4 1,500.00 

HENDERSON, NANCY M FROM DEC. 5 1,464.42 



30 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM P. CURLIN - CONTINUED 

HERIOT, LORENE E STAFF ASST , FROM DEC. 23 

JASKO, MAOELYN S FROM DEC. 25 

MCNAMARA, SAMUEL GRAY STAFF ASST, FROM DEC. 4 

MIDDLETON, SHIRLEY A SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 4 

MOLONEY, MICHAEL P STAFF ASST, FROM DEC. 4 

OFFICE OF HON. W. C. DANIEL 

GOODSON, GAYLE CLERK-TYPIST, TO AUG. 31 

HODGES, RUTH N 

HOYF, TFRRY C 

MORGAN, J KEITH SPECIAL ASST, FROM AUG. 4 TO SEPT. 10 

MOSS, NANCY S 

PRICE, FRANCES H 

THURMAN, GWENDOLYN W 

TRONIC, GLENIS A CLERK, FROM DEC. 13 

TURNER, EDWARD M, III , 

VERNOR, DOROTHY H STAFF ASSISTANT, 

WALKER, WILBUR 

OFFICE OF HON. DOMINICK V. DANIELS 

CRANWELL, CLAIRE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 1 

DELAP, GEORGE T STAFF AIDE, 

GFRSH, MARK RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

GRIFFIN, JOHN F STAFF AIDE, 

MADDEN, FRANK A ADM ASST, 

MELONEY, ROSE MARIE SECRETARY, 

OBERNOORF, ROBERT S STAFF AIDE, 

PICCONE, PEVERLY M SECRETARY, 

SA3IA, ANTHONY F STAFF AIDE, 

SCANLON, MICHAEL J RESIDENT SECTY, 

SCHMIDT, JOHN F STAFF AIDE, 

SILVER, CAROLEEN STAFF ASSISTANT, 

UCORETZ, MARK J LEGIS ASST, 

WASIELEWSKI, FRANCES E SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE E. DANIELSON 

AINILIAN, ACNES CLEPK, 

ANDERSON, THEODORE R CLERK, 

BELOW, WILLIAM C RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

BERNFELD, WILLIAM J CLEPK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 12 

BISNOW, MARK CHARLES CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

BOOTH, MAYBELLE JEAN CLFRK, 

BUTLER, DIANE RESEAPCH, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 ... 

COLANDREA, NANCY L CLERK, TO NOV. 30 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

DEC. 1 

CUNTRERAS, ANITA CLERK, TO SEPT. 11 

DESHETLFR, HELEN G ASST FIELD CONTACT REP, FROM SEPT. 1 

TO SEPT. 30 

GERLACH, JOHN R FIELD REP, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 .... 

HARRISON, HELEN C SECRETARY, 

HAY, MARY E SECTY, FROM NOV. 15 

MCCEW, MILTCN ADMINISTRATIVE ASST, TO JULY 31 

MCKENZIE, AMELIA E OFFICE MANAGER, 

MONTALVO, ALEX L DISTRICT PEP, 

MORGAN, SUSAN BUSH CLEPK, 

NOBLET, JOHN ROLLA FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, FROM JULY 26 ... 

RUIZ, ISAAC, JR ASST FIELD CONTACT REP, FROM SEPT. 1 

TO SEPT. 30 

SEBFNS, RAYMOND W ADM ASST 

SH1NN0, MARJORIE M SECTY, FROM NOV. 8 

SUOO/J, ELLEN L ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

TOTTEN, JUNE LEGISLATIVE ASST, 

OFFICE UF HON. GLENN R. DAVIS 

AUGUST, THOMAS G CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 ..... 

BERRY, D PATRICIA SECRETARY 

BOLTON, JAMES C ADM ASST, 



*288.89 
120.83 
600.00 
937.50 
900.00 



1,033.34 

4,501.02 

6,352.82 

637.22 

4, 153.32 

5,617.02 

5,617.02 

300.00 

5,252.40 

5,366.64 

12,914.10 



10.00 
1,800.00 
1,000.00 
6,000.00 
11,458.33 
6,000.00 
4,300.02 
6,499.98 
2,250.00 
5,500.02 
1,800.00 
4,791.68 
7,999.98 
6,000.00 



600.00 
600.00 
332.67 

1,050.00 
450.00 

4,750.02 
682.67 

3,733.35 
1,656.67 

400.00 
600.00 
4,033.35 
805.00 
1,000.00 
8,200.02 
5,650.02 
4,500.00 
6,200.00 

1,000.00 
10,600.02 
1,060.00 
1,000.00 
4,849.98 



450.00 

3,930.00 

12,600.00 



31 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. GLENN R. DAVIS - CONTINUED 

CHILDRE, JANA L SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 6 TO DEC. 17 ... $2,295.00 

CUMMINGS, G BRADLEY ASST TO PRESS ASST, 1,800.00 

DOHME, ISABELLE M SECTY, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,375.00 

DOOLEY, JOYCE R SECRETARY, 7,250.00 

EDER, JAN BRUCE RESEARCH ASST, TO JULY 31 375.00 

EFFLANDT, PATRICIA L SECTY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 250.00 

EHRMANN, PETER N RESEARCH ASST, TO JULY 31 375.00 

FINNIGAN, THOMAS PUBLIC PELATIONS AIDE, 4,524.99 

FOSTER, ANN ELIZABETH SECRETARY, 4,225.00 

GUMM, MARJORIE R HOME OFFICE SECRETARY 3,625.00 

HANLEY, JOHN P ACTING ADM ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 

15 3,075.00 

HAYMAKER, MARGARET M FIELD STAFF ASST, 1,825.00 

HERZOG, ROBERT H DIST STAFF ASST, 3,000.00 

KIFL, ELLEN C SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 13 360.00 

ORME, BECKY LOUISE SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 25 1,652.77 

WOOLLEY, THOMAS J FIELD SECTY, 9,100.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN W. DAVIS 

BARR, LAURA ELIZABETH CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 1,875.00 

BRITT, JANE MCINTOSH PRESS SECRETARY, 7,750.02 

BROWN, GPACE LOUISE CLERK, 6,000.00 

GRIFFIN, NANCY COOPER CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 883.33 

HANSEN, CAROLYN V CLERK, 5,481.06 

KELLY, CHRISTINE M CLERK, FROM NOV. I 1,666.66 

KERWAN, MARGARET S CLERK, TO CCT. 31 6,410.92 

KIRBY, VIOLET S CLERK, 7,000.02 

LANDRUM, JAMES DAVIS, JR CLERK, TO JULY 31 563.92 

REED, GLENDA ELIZABETH CLERK, 7,500.02 

RICHARD, ROBERT S ADMIN ASST, 12,499.98 

SHA4, GAIL JOAN CLERK, FROM DEC. 13 330.00 

SIMPSON, JOE H CLERK, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

STONER, JANIE L CLERK, 3,400.02 

WARDLAW, CHARLOTTE D CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 1,749.99 

OFFICE OF HON. MENDEL DAVIS 

BOULWARE, BARBARA JEAN SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 2,916.65 

BRITT, PHYLLIS SECRETARY 4,000.02 

BULL, CORALEE K 10,249.98 

FURTWANGLER, SELMA T SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 ANO 

SECRETARY-RECEPTIONIST, FROM OCT. 1 .. 2,875.02 

HANE, HEYWAPD T ADM ASST, TO SEPT. 30 5,124.99 

KLECKLEY, TERESA A SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

KLYCE, KENNETH M SPECIAL ASST, FROM OCT. 1 4,250.01 

LONG, WAYNE E FRCM NOV. I 2,781.98 

MCCANTS, LEONARD L LEGIS ASST, TO AUG. 31 1,250.00 

MCLEOD, W MULLINS DISTRICT ASST, 7.500.C2 

MCTEER, DOUGLAS E, JR CLERK, TO AUG. 31 800.00 

RUDLQFF, JOHN H, JR ■ LEGIS ASST, FROM OCT. 15 2,322.23 

SCOTT, ALMA BEATRICIA SECTY, 2,400.00 

SHUMAN, BARBARA ANNE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 23 530.00 

WAGERS, MICHAEL H SPECIAL ASST, TO AUG. 31 2,166.66 

WILLIAMS, JANE L SECRETARY, 4,750.02 

WORTHINGTON, KATHERINE SECRETARY, 4,249.98 

YOUNG, NANCY C SECTY, FROM JULY 15 3,227.76 

OFFICE OF HON. ELIGIO DE LA GARZA 

FERGUSON, DIANNE STAFF, 5,091.78 

FONDREN, 8RENDA GAY STAFF MEMBER, FROM OCT. 26 1,227.79 

GONZALES, JFSSE STAFF, 2,649.06 

LINAHAN, EILEFN AGNES STAFF MEMBER, FROM OCT. 19 2,500.01 

MARTIN, CECILIA HARE ADM ASST, 14,491.92 

MCGUIRE, BEPNICE CLERK 2,599.98 

MOONFY, ELIZABETH C STAFF 1,990.38 

ORTEGA, MARY LOU TO OCT. 25 2,715.27 

PAPICH, GARY A STAFF ASST, TO NOV. 30 2,500.00 

SALMON, DAVID 0, JR STAFF, FROM JULY 1 TO DEC. 10 3,866.67 

SANCHEZ, ANTONIETA STAFF, 4,033.98 



32 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ELIG10 OE LA GARZA - CONTINUED 

SULLIVANf NINA LOUISE EXEC SECRETARY, $11,357.64 

TAYLOR, BARBARA NEAL STAFF, 3,648.60 

WILSON, KAREN ANN STAFF, 5,109.12 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES J. OFLANFY 

BURNS, PATRICK 3,000.00 

COOK, DOLORES D ADM AIDE, 13,688.94 

DEE, EMILY R 2,423.16 

ELISHEWITZ, IRVING FROM AUG. 1 3,333.35 

FORIS, CAROLINE B 1,766.58 

IACONO, JOHN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

JULY 7 70.00 

JENNINGS, AGNES V 3,139.56 

MILLER, GEORGE S 2,236.26 

MULLER, RICHARD G LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 19 6,750.00 

SCOTT, PHILIP PETER CLERK, TO JULY 31 666.67 

SWERKO, MATTHEW CLERK, 2,599.98 

TRABER, MAUREEN CLERK, 3,750.00 

TROMETER, HILOEGARDE CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 TO DEC. 15 214.38 

ZAMBELLI, ANTHONY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 8 TO 

AUG. 15 380.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN DELLENBACK 

BAIRD, JUDITH L RESEARCH ASST, 4,453.92 

BRIDGES, JOYCE ANN STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 15 540.00 

GASKINS, PATRICIA K SECRETARY, 4,750.34 

GREENWOOD, STEPHEN STAFF ASST, 3,008.33 

GULLICKSON, REBECCA S SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 14 274.17 

HAIRFIELD, DOROTHY E SECRETARY, 4,625.34 

HANSEN, FREDERIC JAMES ADM ASST, FROM JULY I 11,040.00 

HEIM, NANCY E LEGISLATIVE ASST, 5,602.14 

JACOBSON, EDWARD P PRESS ASST, FROM DEC. 1 1,100.00 

KLEIN, CLAYTON C, JR CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 600.00 

KRUG, CHERYL JEANNE SECRETARY, 2,700.00 

MCKAY, BETTY JEAN RECEPTIONIST-TYPIST, 3,400.02 

MERCER, DAVID S LEGIS ASST, FROM JUIY 1 5,656.68 

PEMRERTON, PATRICIA P PRESS ASST, TO OCT. 10 4,162.47 

POWELL, DONALD W DIST REP., FROM JULY 1 6,792.00 

RAUTIO, JOYCE ANNA SECRF TAR Y-CASE WORKER , TO NOV. 13 AND 

CASE WORKER, FROM NOV. 14 3,584.49 

ROBART, JAMES L .ECONOMIC ASSISTANT, 2,700.00 

ROBERTS, JANET V SECTY, FROM OCT. 12 614.44 

OFFICE OF HON. RONALC V. DELLUMS 

BEAL, IDANELL M ADM ASST, 4,050.00 

BERMAN, KATHERINE H LEGIS AIDE, TO JULY 31 375.00 

BROOKS, TERI ROBERTA ADM AIDE, FROM SEPT. 1 1,399.99 

CRINER, OSCAR H ADMIN AIDE, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 ... 562.00 
OOWNING, RONALD V AOMIN AIDE, TO SEPT. 14 ANO LEGIS 

AIDE, FROM SEPT. 15 TO NOV. 30 3,438.89 

DUBERSTEIN, MICHAEL J LEGISLATIVE ASST, 8,500.02 

ELROO, MARILYN CASEWORKER, TO SEPT. 14 AND ADM AIDE, 

FROM SEPT. 15 4,544.44 

EVANS, MARGO H RECEPTIONIST, FROM JULY 19 TO SEPT. 30 

AND ADM SECTY, FROM OCT. 5 3,311.11 

GREENE, LAWRENCE E PURLIC REL AIDE, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 

31 166.67 

HALTERMAN, HAROLD L ADM AIDF, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND 

ADM COORDINATOR, FROM OCT. 1 1,800.00 

HARDY, LEROY C SPECIAL ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

AND FROM OCT. I TO OCT. 31 500.00 

HEFFNER, BARBARA A LEGIS AIDF, TO JULY 31 625.00 

HERRERA, MANUEL R LEGIS ASST, TO AUG. 31 1,250.00 

HOPKINS, DONALD RAY DIST ADM, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 14 AND 

REG ADM COORDINATOR, FROM SEPT. 15 ... 11,766.69 



33 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. RONALD V. DELLUMS - CONTINUED 



NETTLES, ERNESTINE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 

PETERSON, JAMES EDWARD STAFF ASST, 

PHIFER, SHARON J ADMIN AIDF, FROM OCT. L TO OCT. 31 AND 

FROM DEC. 1 

PRICE, THELMA V ADM AIDE, FROM AUG. 1 

ROSENBACH, ELLEN L ADM AIDE, FROM JULY 7 TO JULY 31 

RUCKER, JEANIE LA FAYE PERSONAL SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 

THOMAS, MAPY GAY A ADMIN AIDE, 

WARD, CHARLES L ADM AIDE, FROM DEC. 1 

WELLS, NELDA A RECEPTIONIST, FROM OCT. 13 

WILLIAMS, BARBARA ADM ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND 

ADM COORDINATOR, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 

31 AND FROM NOV. 1 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK E. DENHOLM 

ANDERSON, ARTHUR ADM ASST, 

ANDERSON, STEPHEN BRUCF SPECIAL ASST-CASE WORKER, TO SEPT. 30 

BECKER, LAURA K SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND CHIEF CLERK, 

FROM SE°T. 1 

BLAIR, DAVID L LEGAL AIDE, TO AUG. 13 

CLARK, MERRY M RECEPTIONIST-SECRETARY, TO AUG. 15 ... 

HAISLET, RICHARD, J« SPECIAL ASST-L I A I SON, FROM AUG. 15 ... 

HFALY, JAMES P FIFLD CASE WORKER, TO JULY 31 

HOFFMAN, MADELINE H DIST FIELD OFFICE SUPV 

HOTTINGER, JOHN C RESEARCH ASST, FROM DEC. 1 

KNEEBONE, JOANNE L PART TIME SECY IN DIST, TO SEPT. 30 .. 

LEE, PAMELA L SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 10 

OGREN, DIANNE L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

OSBORNE, W THOMAS, JR SPECIAL ASST, FROM OCT. 1 

OVERTURF, ROBERT L EXEC ASST-COMMUNIC AT I ONS , FROM AUG. 15 

SCHROEDFR, COLLEEN CLERK-TYPIST, FROM OCT. 1 

SCHURING, LANA RECEPTIONIST, FROM OCT. 1 

SEVFRSON, HARLAN M LEGIS ASST, TO NOV. 30 

SHERMAN, MARILYN J CLFPK TYPIST, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 15 . 

UDELL, FLIZABETH C SECY/WASH OFFICE SUPVR, 

WIESE, JOHN E FIELD CASE WORKER, TO SEPT. 30 

OFFICE OF HON. DAVID W. DENNIS 

BROOKS, SARA JANE STAFF ASST, TO SEPT. 17 

CAHILL, FLEANOR JOAN CASE WORKER, 

CERRI, ALISON B SECRETARY, 

FRIER, FRANK 

GALYEAN, CAROLYN E 

HORTON, ELIZABETH JILL STAFF ASST, TO OCT. 31 AND STAFF ASST 

TO DIS LIA AS, FROM NOV. 1 

JUHNSON, E OFVILLE ADM ASST, FROM JULY 5 

JOHNSON, PATRICIA F STAFF ASST, FROM DFC. 13 TO DEC. 27 .. 

MARSHALL, J PICHARD 

W/UBrWEB, MARILYN 'G STAFF ASST, 

PARDIECK, STEPHEN M ^TAFF ASST, TO AUG. 21 

fATPICK, LINDA K LEGIS AIDE, 

POWELL, RICHARD E 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN H. DENT 

BARBERO, CA°OL L SECRETAPY, 

BLACK, "OSALIND M 

CUNLON, RIC.HA&D " STAFF DIPECTOP, FROM DEC. 1 

DEROCCO, LEANNA C SECRFTARY, FRO" JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 ... 

DYP, ROY AUGUSTUS, III ASST, FPUM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND AIDE, 

FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

DYE, SHARON S SFCRFTARY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 ... 

HAYS, SUZANNE CLFPK, 

KACHILO, RHPDA MAE SECPETARY, 

LATAGLIATA, RALPH A 

M*\R<;r)EN, BARBARA L 



J600.00 
», 200. 00 



,00 
,35 
, 34 



1,088. 

3,333. 

433. 

3,000.00 

4,584. 17 

708.33 

1,625.00 



9,413.44 



14,500.02 
4,025.01 

2,900.00 
2,783.05 
1,050.00 
6,346.67 

200.00 
3,000.00 
1,750.00 

525.00 
1,166.67 

450.00 
3,000.00 
6,573.33 
1,800.00 
1,875.00 
9,696.50 

375.00 
7,500.00 

600.00 



1,283.33 
4,500.00 
7,500.00 
2,236.26 
2,835.66 

3,416.68 

13,053.33 

216.66 

2,835.66 
700.02 
736.66 

5,599.98 

5,599.98 



6,750.00 

6,860.58 

1,197.92 

900.00 

1,500.00 
1,666.66 
4,249.98 
6,750.00 
4,056.30 
7,874.98 



34 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN H. DENT - CONTINUED 

PARENTE, ADELINE SECRETARY, FROM AUG. I TO SEPT. 30 AND 

FIELD REP-SECTY, FROM OCT. 1 $2,695.84 

POOGURSKI, PICHARD RESEARCH ASST, FROM NOV. 1 1,000.00 

QUATRINI, VINCENT J, JR AIDEt FROM JULY 1 TO SFPT. 30 1,500.00 

SFYDOR, DIANE M SECRFTARY, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 .... 600.00 

SIMON, THFOUORE T ADM ASST (OISTI, 7,999.98 

TkUXELL, -U1MAINE S A, 541. 40 

VALAURI, CHRIS A CONGRESSIONAL INTFRN, FROM JULY I TO 

AUG. 31 600.00 

YENICH, AILEFN SECRETARY, 7,750.02 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD J. DERWINSKI 

BOLTON, ANN D 8,635.81 

BUCKLEY, PATRICIA M FROM JULY 1 5,522.70 

CHIANAKAS, THEODORE N FPCM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 400.00 

COGSWELL, MARY M 3,792.90 

FISHFR, NANCY ANN CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 .... 1,300.00 

GAGLIARDI, JUDITH R TO AUG. 31 1,808.34 

HFRBOLSHEIMEP, LARRY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

HIRST, BEATRICE M 6,000.00 

HOSTIN, TFRRY D CLERK, FROM OCT. 16 387.50 

JOY, DANIEL F FROM SEPT. 1 400.00 

KOEBEL, MARGARFT A CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,100.00 

MALKIEWICZ, COLEEN SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 2,799.99 

MASSOTH, FLORENCE 3,792.90 

MFENAH&N, MARY K 2,400.00 

OKTCIGER, THOMAS W 6,600.00 

PETERSEN, SVEND RESEARCH ASST, 2,290.92 

RUESSMANN, JOHN J FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 900.00 

SWEET, MARY A 8,371.62 

WIGHT, PICKETT W 5,000.02 

OFFICE OF HON. SAMUEL L. DEVINE 

COHEN, IRIS KRISTIN SECTY, TO NOV. 30 AND CLERK, FROM DEC. 

1 3,549.98 

FRITZ, ELLEN ENNIS TO JULY 15 333.98 

HOYT, JOHN S 12,255.66 

LOWE, JANET CLERK-STENO, TO NOV. 30 AND 

STENOGRAPHER, FROM DEC. 1 4,083.35 

OTTERSON, BRENDA JO CLFRK, TO NOV. 30 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

DEC. 1 4,041.68 

ROBILLARD, JEAN E STENOGRAPHER, 4,583.33 

TAYLOR, MARY K 8,260.56 

WILLS, NORMA AGNES CLERK TYPIST, 3,124.98 

WOLFE, GEORGE R LEGAL AIDE, 12,250.02 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM L. DICKINSON 

ADAMS, RACHEL ANN SECRFTARY, FROM SEPT. 1 2,533.33 

AGERTON, BETTY P DIST SECRETARY 2,563.35 

ATCHISON, MARGARET D 5,763.02 

BAMBERG, WALTER J 8,125.15 

OEBUTTS, LOUISE B SFCRFTARY, 5,966.65 

FRIEDMAN, JACALYN CLFRK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 800.00 

GASSMAN, JULIA N 5,614.52 

HAMPTON, NELL B 5,479.67 

JOHNSON, JOHN K 6,015.94 

MCMAHON, LINDA S LEGIS ASST, 4,566.67 

MINNIFIFLD, WAPREN A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 15 150.00 

PLUMMER, BARBARA B SECPETAPY, TO OCT. 15 1,895.85 

POSEY, JAMES C 2,236.26 

STEEN, JUNIUS C ADMIN ASST, 13,000.02 

WHALEN, GARY IRWIN FALLS CHURCH VA 22042, TO JULY 31 .... 200.00 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES C. DIGGS, JR. 

BLACKBURN, SYLVIA J CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

DUBOSE, CAROLYN P PRFSS SECTY, 3,745.92 

JENKINSON, FRIEDA A LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 19 8,549.98 



35 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARl ES C. DIGGS, JR. - CONTINUED 

JETER, PRINCF WALLACE SPECIAL ASST, FROM JULY 1 $2,500.02 

LFATHERWOCD, ROBERT P PU8 RELNS-COMM LIAISON, FROM JULY 1 .. 9,000.00 

MATLOCK, FELIX R 6,107.34 

MEYER, NATILE G RECEPTIONIST-CLERK TYPIST, 3,000.00 

QUARKER, DOROTHY F AOM ASST, 14,500.02 

SANDERS, MATTYE SECRETARY 4,300.02 

TILLETTE, EILFFN S SECTY, 6,478.80 

TYLER, ALBERT ROSCOE 5,810.94 

VALENTINE, MAUDE CASE SECRETAPY, FROM AUG. 1 4,529.15 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN D. OINGELL 

ANDERSON, PATRICIA A CLERK 4,860.00 

CANTWELL, JEANNETTE H ADM ASST, 12,705.73 

CANTWELL, MARY FRANCES CLERK, 5,220.00 

COTORA, ALLENE P 4,831.02 

EMBRY, NELL HACKNEY CLERK, 5,014.02 

FENTON, RICHARD TODO CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

HUGHES, A LORRAINE M CLERK, 5,314.02 

JAMES, NANCY M CLERK, 5,377.50 

KAHLER, TERESA M CLERK, 600.00 

MATWAY, MARION CLERK, TO JULY 31 641.67 

MCCUF, ELIZABETH M CLERK, 3,937.50 

PRATHER, CHARLES W 7,660.02 

RYCHLICKI, ANNE J CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 1,000.00 

S1VERTS, GRANT H LEGIS ASST, 10,413.48 

WOOD, MARY ANN 3,120.91 

OFFICE OF HON. HAROLD D. DONOHUE 

ALBERT, SHIPLEY M SECRETARY, 6,369.00 

BEAUCHAMP, GEP.ALDINE EXEC SECRETARY, 7,483.62 

BROOEUR, ALFRED J CLERK, 1,000.02 

HEALEY, GRACE G SECTY, 4,500.00 

HEIBERGER, M PATRICIA SFC.RETARY, 4,186.98 

MERCIER, BEVERLY A SECRETARY, 2,864.94 

MURRISSEY, THOMAS F CLFRK 1,000.02 

PHILLIPS, PAMELA C SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 627.92 

ROURKE, WILLIAM A ADMIN ASST, 14,500.02 

SIGLES, JCANN H CLERK, FROM NOV. 23 738.88 

OFFICE OF HON. WM. JENNINGS BPYAN OORN 

ANTHONY, LINDA GAIL 4, COO. 02 

AUTREY, NORWA F SECTY, FROM JULY 1 4,541.40 

BEACHAM, hIILIAM P, JP 8,747.16 

BRADFORD, JAMES W, JR CLERK, FROM SEPT. 8 1,883.33 

BROWNLEY, MAKTINF W CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 2,000.01 

CAMPBELL, JOHN M, JR CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 7 1,228.33 

DENT, CHARLOTTE B 4,541.40 

DESHIFLDS, JOSEPH <"LERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 13 788.33 

FOREMAN, MARGARET J SECRETAPY, ' 4,500.00 

HAYES, VICTORIA LYNN CONGRESS IONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 29 590.00 

HOBSON, JOSEPH W SECRETARY 5,100.00 

HORTON, OZEY K, JR CLERK, TO SEPT. 7 1,116.67 

JOHNSTON, HARRY M, JR 7,737.96 

KITTLE, CARY MARION SECRETAPY, FPOM AUG. 16 TO SEPT. 30 .. 825.00 

KYTLE, SANDRA G TO SFPT. 15 1,562.50 

POLIAKOFF, EDWARD E 7,000.02 

SANOIFER, FRANCIS H ASST, FROM JULY 1 3,600.00 

WARD, JUDITH M CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 .... 3,000.76 

WYNDHAM, MARY LEE FROM SEPT. 8 2,197.21 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN G. DOW 

BLANKS, WAYNF A SPECIAL ASST, FROM SFPT. 6 1,962.35 

BLASENHEIM, LOIS M SECRETAPY, TO AUG. 31 1,116.66 

CIPPIANI, DORIS C CLF"K, TO NOV. 30 ANO CASEWORKER, FROM 

DEC. 1 3,692.92 



36 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN G. DOW - CONTINUED 

DUNCAN, RONALD ALAN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

STAFF ASST, FROM DEC. 1 $691.67 

EGAN, WILLIAM J DISTRICT REP, 8,067.90 

FEUER, MILDRFD CLERK, TO NOV. 30 AND CASEWORKER, FROM 

DEC. 1 3,317.93 

GONZE, RUTH SPECIAL ASSISTANT, FROM SEPT. 1 TO 

NOV. 30 AND SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 1 ... 1,971.67 

HOROWITZ, ADA E CLERK, 2,567.93 

KETCHAM, ROBERT C ADM ASST, TO SEPT. 30 AND LEGIS ASST, 

FROM OCT. 1 11,567.91 

KRAUSE, PATRICIA A SPECIAL ASST, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

AND STAFF ASST, FROM DEC. 1 370.84 

KUNKEL, JOAN M EXEC SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 AND ADMIN 

ASST, FROM OCT. 1 6,242.91 

MERRILL, FREDERICK, JR ASSISTANT, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 ... 1,166.66 

MICINOWSKI, MICHAEL P STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 750.00 

MONAHAN, WILLIAM J LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 5 TO OCT. 31 AND 

PUBLIC REL OIRECTOR, FROM NOV. 1 TO 

NOV. 23 6,983.34 

POLLACK, FRED LEWIS SECTY, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

SCALZO, JUNE M CLERK, TO NOV. 30 AND CASEWORKER, FROM 

DEC. 1 3,817.92 

SCANLON, JUDY B SECRETARY, 4,467.90 

SCHOLTZ, AMBER E CASEWORKER, TO OCT. 31 AND STAFF ASST, 

FROM NOV. 1 4,601.25 

SCHROEHER, KATHY JEAN SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 1 1,984.59 

SPEAR, JONATHAN BOYD SPECIAL ASST, TO OCT. 31 AND STAFF 

ASST, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 AND FROM 

DEC. 1 4,576.24 

STEVENS, FREIDA D SECRETARY, 3,526.24 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN DOWDY 

AMIOON, MAPJORIE CLERK- SECR ETAPY , 7,418.24 

BARTMESS, GEARY, III CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 600.00 

CLARK, IVA NELL CLERK, 3,146.70 

DEAN, GERTRUDE MAXINE CLERK-SECRETARY 5,419.46 

DOWDY, J D CLERK, 10,718.24 

GUY, SHIRLEY RUTH CLERK, 1,000.02 

JOHNSON, DONALD LEE CLERK, 6,864.20 

JOHNSON, MARIE E CLERK-SECRETARY, 4,394.24 

MAYER, MARION RITA 5,419.46 

MCDONNELL, FUNICE ADMIN ASST, 10,718.24 

MCGEE, RICHARD A CLERK, FROM JULY 21 TO AUG. 31 400.00 

STINSON, KIM N CLERK, TO JULY 31 500.00 

TARRANT, CHERI CLERK, 3,326.00 

YOES, GERALD 5,748.14 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS N. DOWNING 

AMFS, MATTIE LOUISE SECTY-CLEPK, TO JULY 15 229.17 

BURNETT, BARBARA SECRETARY, 4,800.00 

CONNOR, LINDA MAE SECRETARY, 5,950.02 

FLANAGAN, FAITH B SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 16 1,800.00 

HEATE", ELIZABETH DUNN SECRETARY, TO OCT. 1 3,791.67 

HEVENER, KARIN E SECRETARY, 5,950.02 

HORWITZ, BARBARA S SECRETARY, 4,500.00 

HUTTQN, E MCK ADM ASST, 14,500.02 

JENKINS, NANCY S SECRETARY, 5,950.02 

LYNNE, ISAdtLLE CLERK, FROM OCT. 26 1,534.72 

NOMEYKO, ELIZABETH C SECRETARY, 7,150.02 

OBRIEN, MARY LOU SECRETARY, 3,900.00 

PHILLIPS, GRACE W SECRETARY, 3,116.67 

ROSS, IDA JANE PERSONAL SECRETARY, 7,500.00 

SULLIVAN, AGNES SUE CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 250.00 

OFFICE OF HCN. ROBERT F. DRINAN 

ANNAS, MARY S ASST TO LEGIS ASST, 3,708.32 

BANKOWSKI, ELIZABETH A RECEPTIONIST, 4,000.02 

BONELLI, PATRICIA D PERSONAL SECRETARY, 8,479.98 



37 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT F. DRINAN - CONTINUED 

CONRY, THOMAS J, JR DISTRICT LIAISON, 

CROSBY, JEAN E SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 

DELANEY, MARGARET E SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 ... 

FLYNN, WILLIAM G SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 

GERSH, MILES M LEGIS CONSULTANT, TO OCT. 31 

GOGGIN, ANN MARIE CLERK, 

HAY, ELIZABETH A SECRETARY, 

HURLEY, PAULA M SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND STAFF 

ASSISTANT, FROM DEC. I 

JARVI, LEONARO W RESEARCH ASST, 

MICHAELSON, MARTIN R LEGIS ASST, 

MITROVICH, GEORGE S SPECIAL ASST, FROM NOV. 1 

SHUMAN, FRANCES C STAFF ASST, 

SINGAL, BRUCE ALAN RESEARCH ASST, TO AUG. 31 

STRONG, BARBARA T CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 TO 

AUG. 31 

VANCE, DOROTHY M STAFF ASST, 

OFFICE OF HON. THADDEUS J. DULSKI 

BUSHA, PATRICIA MARY CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

CLAY, JOYCE B 

FRANCZYK, ALINA M CLERK, FROM SEPT. I TO NOV. 30 

G0LE3IEWSKI, RAYMOND T 

HERMAN, MICHAEL F CLERK, FROM AUG. I TO SEPT. 30 

KARAGIANES, PETER CLERK, TO NOV. 30 

KASPRZAK, CARRIE F CLERK, 

MCCABE, JAMES J 

MESSINA, CRUCIAN S CLERK, 

NEESE, E IRENE 

THOMAS, CATHARIN 

YAVULLA, MARGARET CLERK, 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN J. DUNCAN 

BAILEY, L EDGAR, JR 

BURNETT, MARY K TO DEC. 19 

CAREY, J BOWFN, JR CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

DELGZIER, DORTHA P LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, 

EVANS, LINDA G SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

AND SECTY/CASE WORKER, FROM DEC. 1 ... 

GARRETT, VELMA L SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

AND DIST SECTY, FROM DEC. 1 

GORDON, LFE DAVID CLERK, TO JULY 31 

GOTTLIEB, ALAN M DIST CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 ... 

GOURLEY, LORETTA A CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

GRAN, JfSSIF R 

GRFENWAY, GARY CHARLES CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

HESTER, RICKF CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

JONES, ERNIE PRYOP, II CLERK, FRCM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND 

FROM DEC. 1 

KEELS, THEODORE C, JR FIELD ASST, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 ... 

LLOYD, LOUFLLA ANN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 28 

MAIN, KAY UPCHURCH AOM ASST, 

MAYN4RD, WILLIAM H 

MCRAE, MILDRED B 

MELTON, THOMAS D FIELD ASST, FROM SEPT. I TO SEPT. 30 . 

NELSON, JANET LEE CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 1 

OGLESBY, CARROLL M FIELD ASST, FROM OCT. I TO OCT. 31 ... 

PARKER, ROttFRT V FIELD MAN, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 .... 

P4ULUS, SUSAN S FIFLD ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 . 

PIGMON, PATRICIA A SECTY, 

RITCHEY, SARAH J CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

ROHFR, JANNIF L PRESS SECRETARY, 

RUCKER, PATRICIA L CLERK, FROM AUG. I TO AUG. 31 

SCANDLYN, HAROLD J FIELD ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 ... 

SILVEY, LEON FIELD MAN, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 .... 

SMITH, RAYMOND FIELD MAN, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 .... 

THOMAS, ELSIF HILL DIST FIELD WORKER, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 

31 

WALLACE, ANNE H SECRETARY, TO AUG. 10 

WHITE, R CLIFF FIELD MAN, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 .... 



$4,999.98 

1,666.68 

999.99 

13,249.98 

2,000.00 
2,500.02 
3,499.98 

2,774.98 
4,000.02 
12,000.00 
1,000.00 
4,000.02 
1,000.00 

300.00 
3,799.98 



833.34 
4,153.32 
1,250.01 
4,541.40 

600.00 
1,875.00 
2,929.98 
6,263.82 
3,000.00 
11,103.78 
4,681.20 
7,249.98 



7,838.64 

4,324.60 

416.67 

6,159.60 

783.33 

1,400.00 
400.00 

1,000.00 
750.00 

5,792.46 
750.00 
750.00 

1,000.00 
1,000.00 

580.00 
6, 159.60 
2,588.82 
4,250.34 

750.00 

2,000.00 
800.00 
800.00 
800.00 

2,425.25 
750.00 

5,950.08 

1,000.00 
800.00 
800.00 
600.00 

1,000.00 
812.69 

800.00 



38 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN J. DUNCAN - CONTINUED 

ZVANUT, JOSEPH H, JR CLERK-DIST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 



$1,000.00 



OFFICE OF HON. PIERRE S. 'PETE' DUPQNT 



BENNETT, THOMAS L 
EVANS, R ICHARD H 
GALLAGHER, MARIA 
GANDOLFO, JOHN T, JR 



GOOONOE, SUSAN L 
GRAY, JOAN R 
HANKE, BARBARA L 
HARRIS, SUE E 
HAYQEN, MARILYN R 
JOHNSON, MARY B 

JONES, SARAH 
JONES, YVONNE G 
KENTON, GLENN C 
KEYSER, DIANF M 
LETANG, BARBARA 
LETANG, °ETER N 
NILFS, JOAN M 
OLNEY, AUSTIN P 
OSBUN, CHARLES C 
RICH, SALLY K 
THOMPSON, HAZEL BUNTING 

WILLIAMS, KATHLEEN 
ZINTL, A ELIZABETH 



CONG ASST, FROM SEPT. 4 

ADMIN ASST, 

CONG INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 .. 
CONG INTERN, TO AUG. 31 AND 
CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 7 TO 

AUG. 21 

CONGRESSIONAL CLERK, FROM NOV. 19 .... 

APPOINTMENTS SECRETARY, 

LEGIS SFCRETARY, 

CONG INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 .. 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM SEPT. 4 

CONG SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 

2 

INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

EXEC SECTY-DISTRICT, 

LEGIS ASST, 

STAFF SFCRETARY, 

SECTY, FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 8 

STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 

CASEWORKER, 

RESEARCH ASST, 

INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

ADM SECTY, FROM JULY 12 

DEPARTMENTAL SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 AND 
ASSISTANT CASEWORKER, FROM NOV. 1 .... 

SECRETARIAL ASST, TO AUG. 31 

STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 .. 



2,047.50 

12,350.02 

433.33 



893.33 

700.00 

4,300.02 

4,849.98 

433.33 

3,087.51 

625.00 
433.33 

4,849.98 
13,249.98 

3,649.98 
686.12 
683.33 

4,800.00 

5,700.00 
433.33 

3,755.57 

3,450.00 

600.00 

1,083.34 



OFFICE OF HON. FLORENCE P. DWYEP 



AMIDON, CATHERINE JO 
ARTHUR, EL IZABETH T 
EICHHORN, HILDA 
EVERETT, WILLIAM H 
GARDNER, EDWARD T 
HEYERDAHL, VIRGINIA A 
JONFS, BARBARA ANN 
KEENAN, FRANCIS J 
SILVANI, CAROL JEANNE 
VALLANCE, ETHEL 
VANDUYNE, HARRIET 



WICHSER, 
YACKER, 



PATR ICIA 
MARC 



L J 



ANN 



CLERK, 3,610.02 

DISTRICT SECRETARY, 5,700.00 

DISTRICT CLERK, 1,999.98 

DISTRICT REP, 3,420.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

SECRETARY, FROM JULY 6 4,131.93 

CLERK, 4,665.00 

ADM ASST, 14,500.02 

SECTY, FROM OCT. 18 1,723.60 

DISTRICT CLERK, 4,860.00 

SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 AND PERSONAL 

SECTY, FROM AUG. 1 7,100.00 

CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 2,700.00 

CLFRK, 4,665.00 



OFFICE OF HON. BOB ECKHARDT 

BAKUN, STANLEY G 
BUTLER, ALMA L 
COCHRAN, GLORIA B 
COHEN, BRUCE A 
CONNOP, ROBERT J 
CORBETT, FRANCINE K 
DAVIDSON, VIVIAN B 
FILICF, GFNNARO A, III 
GRAY, FRANCES L 
GRAY, H H, JR 
GREENE, MICHFLE H 
HENDERSON, BRENDA J 
HOLMES, CHARLES W 
JACKSON, JUDY M 
KINNEY, JANIE A 
LEON, SANTIAGO GANTT 
MARKOWITZ, STEVEN 
OZMORE, KEITH 



RESEARCH CLFRK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 250.00 

CASE WORKFR, FROM JULY 1 4,800.00 

STAFF ASST, 4,196.82 

PESEARCH CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 250.00 

FIELD REP, FROM SEPT. I 3,333.32 

RESEARCH CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 166.67 

RESEARCH CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 166.67 

RESEARCH CLERK, FRCM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 250.00 

OFFICE MANAGER, 9,582.00 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM OCT. 1 2,796.75 

PESEARCH CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 250.00 

CASE WORKER, FROM JULY 1 4,255.14 

PRESS ASST, 9,540.00 

CASE WORKER, FROM JULY 1 4,638.94 

RESEARCH CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 450.00 

LEGAL ASST, TO AUG. 31 2,297.84 

LEGIS ASST, 9,000.00 

ENVIRONMENTAL ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 AND FNVIR FIELD COORDINATOR, 

FROM SEPT. 1 9,693.37 



39 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. BOB ECKHAROT - CONTINUED 



POLAN, STFVEN M 
SALEt DEBORAH MARY 
SCHLINE, SANDRA D 
SHEPARD, SUSAN R 
STERN, RONALD A 



OFFICE OF HON. ED FDMONOSON 

BLYDEN, ELLEN F 
BURTON, HELEN C 
EAKER, GERALDINE W 
GIBSON, BETTY C 
GRIMES, GEORGE LACY 
HURT, JOAN D 
JENNINGS, MOZELLA FAYE 
LYNN, JOHN E 
MCCAULEY, WILLIAM D 
RAY, RODNEY J 
TEMPLE, GLENDA LOUISE 
WHITE, RICHARD H, JR 



RESEARCH CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 

RESEARCH ASST, 

CLERK TYPIST, FROM SEPT. 1 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

CLERK TYPIST, FROM JULY 1 

SECRETARY, 

SECTY, FROM OCT. 28 

OFFICF DIRECTOR WASH., 

DIST ADM ASST, 

CLERK TYPIST, TO JULY 20 

CLERK TYPIST, 

LEGIS ASST, 

ASST DIST OFFICE DIP, 

FIELD ASST, 

SECRETARY, 

ADM ASST - WASHINGTON, 



$250.00 
1, 749.99 
4, 196.82 
2,333.32 

450.00 



2,800.02 
7,200.00 
1,155.00 
8,100.00 

11,400.00 
616.67 
3,750.00 
6,150.00 
4,350.00 
3,750.00 
6, 150.00 

10,050.00 



OFFICE OF HON. DON EDWARDS 

BARNETT, JEFFREY ALAN 

BIECHMAN, JOHN C 
BORQUEZ, CECILIA A 
CREECH, RUBY H 
DFLGADO, JESSE L 
FREIDENRICH, DENNIS 
GERSH, MARK 
HARDY, LFROY C 
JOHNSON, STUART H, JR 
JONSEN, ANN M 
KIRCHEN, SARAH J 
KRAUSE, PATRICIA A 
LANG, PATRICIA 
LOFGREN, SUSAN E 
LUMPKINS, DORIS B 
MEDEIROS, ANNF BRADLEY 
PARKER, ALAN A 
PECKAR, KAREN DALE 
POCHE, MARCEL B 
STICKNEY, AILSA J 
ZAVLARIS, WILLIAM N 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 600.00 

STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 600.00 

SECRETARY, 4,539.66 

CLERK, FROM SFPT. 1 1,800.00 

ADM ASST, 7,748.34 

STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM NOV. 15 920.00 

STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 1,500.00 

STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 .. 200.00 

STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 1 2,100.00 

CLFPK, '. 2,546.58 

STAFF ASST, TO OCT. 31 2,803.60 

STAFF ASST, FROM SFPT. 1 800.00 

STAFF ASST, TO OCT. 31 2,803.60 

STAFF ASST, 3,915.51 

SECRETARY, 4,205.40 

DIST REP, FROM NOV. 1 866.66 

LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 10,499.15 

STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 2,101.66 

EXEC. ASST, 10,999.98 

OFFICE MANAGER, FROM JULY 1 12,074.52 

STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 600.00 



OFFICE OF HON. FDWIN W. EDWARDS 



BREAUX, JOHN B 
CLEMENT, RENOLA 
COUSINS, CATHERINE K 
DAVENPORT, ANN B 
GOCHENOUR, DIANE B 
JEFFERS, BENJAMIN LEE 
JONES, LLOYD C 
MAYER, JANICE L 
MILLER, PAMELA E 
MILLER, SHARON K 

MONLEZUN, A BFRNADETTE 
THORN, JESSE DALE 
THORN, PEGGY ANN 
TREADWAY, DEE ANNE 

TRITICO, LILA 
WILMER, CHARLOTTE M 



STAFF ASST, 9,649.98 

SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 2,290.92 

SECTY, TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 5 ... 4,644.46 

DIST ASST, 7,500.00 

5,950.02 

STAFF ASST, 3,000.00 

DISTRICT ASST, 6,300.00 

SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 13 1,625.00 

LEGIS ASST, 4,999.98 

SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 AND EXECUTIVE 

ASST, FROM OCT. 1 4,899.99 

SECTY, 2,968.56 

ADM ASST, 8,749.98 

SECRETAPY, FROM NOV. 1 400.00 

SECRETARY, TO SFPT. 30 AND CASE 

WORKER, FROM OCT. 1 4,500.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 24 540.00 

TO SEPT. 30 2,475.00 



40 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JACK EDWARDS 

8ATH, MARIANNE G SECRETARY, $4,700.00 

BYRNE, PATRICIA SECRETARY, A, 750. 02 

CESSNA, DANA J PRESS AIDE, 6,875.00 

COLLINS, SUSAN R SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 4 TO NOV. 30 .... 1,029.17 

DIXON, JOAN W SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 17 2,288.62 

GRANADE, FRED K CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,100.00 

HAYS, SHIRLFY JO SECRETARY, 6,000.00 

JACKSON, CHARLES E F I FLD RF PRESENT ATI VF , 7,950.02 

LAURIE, JACOUELYN E SECTY, FROM JULY 12 2,660.00 

NORRIS, WILSON C FIELD P TPRE SENT AT I VF , 7,200.02 

PRUITT, DAVID C, III ADMIN ASST, 13.A49.98 

TURNER, LARRY V CLERK, FROM AUG. 16 TO SEPT. 30 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 TO 

AUG. 15 1,037.50 

TURNIPSEED, MARGARET J CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 13 537.50 

VOGHT, VIRGINIA R SECTY, FROM AUG. 1 3,333.34 

WELLER, HARVILL E, JR LEGIS AIDE, FROM DEC. 1 904.17 

WILLIAMS, HAROLD D CLERK, 2,516.67 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSHUA EILBERG 

BEACHBOARD, SHEILA L SECRETARY, TO NOV. 14 3,424.46 

BRUCE, JALAYNE R SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 22 1,553.33 

DIAMOND, ROBERT M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 21 510.00 

DUNNE, MARY EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 6,000.00 

GIES, PATPICIA ANNE PERSONAL SECRETARY, 6,000.00 

KRAWCZUK, RUSSELL Y ADM ASST 7,500.00 

LEVINE, PAUL J EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT, TO JULY 18 1,000.00 

LYONS, AGNES MARIE SECRETARY, 4,500.00 

MARKS, REATRICF 2,968.56 

MATHIUS, FRANK J LEGIS ASST, 6,349.98 

MORGAN, GRACE W SECRETARY, 1,000.02 

NELSON, NANCY ADM ASST, 14,325.00 

SHORE, AUGUSTA S SECRETARY, 1,175.02 

STILLWELL, BFTTE J SECRFTAPY, 4,500.00 

UMANSKY, DAVID J EXEC ASST, FROM JULY 12 7,552.76 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN N. ERLENBCRN 

ALEXANDER, J LYNN CLERK, TO AUG. 31 668.66 

ALLEMAN, DEBORAH LEE 3,333.33 

HANN, DORGTHY J SECRETARY 3,625.02 

HORNUNG, LEONA M 3,625.02 

KAYSER, PAULINF SECRETARY CASEWORKER, 3,750.00 

MAXWELL, JOANNE D EXEC ASST, 10,750.02 

MCGREW, FINLEY ADM ASST, 10,750.02 

MURRAY, LORNA C CLERK, 1,950.00 

NOUNNAN, CLAUDIA P 1,875.00 

ROEDFRER, JUDY ANN SECRETARY, 3,625.02 

SLADEK, CAPOLYN M LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 6,625.02 

TREES, GFORGE S, JR RESEARCH ASST, 5,749.98 

ZEPP, RUTH CLENDA EXEC SFCY, 8,875.02 

OFFICE OF HON. MARVIN L. ESCH 

BILLINGS, MAPJORIE CLERK, FROM AUG. 17 2,419.46 

3P0WN, JONATHAN A LEGIS ASST, FROM NOV. 8 1,913.88 

CAMPBFLL, CHAPLOTTE D SECRETARY, TO AUG. 29 1,043.16 

CHAMBERS, MAPY ALICE CLFRK, FROM SFPT. 21 TO OCT. 31 666.67 

DAVIS, LINDA CAROL SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 4,500.00 

DOBIE, EPWAPD R, JR CONG ASST, FPOM JULY I TO JULY 31 .... 641.67 

GLOVER, SANDPA J CASFKORKFR, 4,504.98 

GOETHE, MARJORIF F CLERK, FROM JULY 1 1,650.00 

HARTWELL, KEITH FROM SEPT. 1 2,666.68 



41 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. MARVIN L. E SCH - CONTINUED 

JONFS, ROBERTS CLERK, FROM JULY I TO NOV. 30 AND ADM 

ASST, FROM DEC. 1 $13,200.02 

MEYER, MICHAEL A CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 808.33 

MILLER, KATHLEEN A CLERK, TO AUG. 8 823.33 

MILLER, LURFNA M DISTRICT SECRETARY, 5,374.98 

POST, BRUCE S CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SFPT. 30 283.33 

RAISON, RICHARD H DIST REP, 7,420.02 

REED, CANOACE CLFRK, 3,499.98 

REED, KAREN CLERK, FROM AUG. 3C TO NOV. 14 1,666.67 

REEVE, CAROL CLERK, FROM DEC. 13 400.00 

RENNER, MICHAEL J CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 725.00 

RODGERS, JACKLYN KAY CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 641.67 

SOMMA, CHRISTINE A ASST LEGIS ASST, TO AUG. 31 1,501.66 

STEVENS, GEORGE W SPECIAL ASST 11,837.50 

THORSEN, JACK FROM SEPT. 1 3,375.00 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWIN D. ESHLEMAN 

BUCHER, THOMAS W CLERK, 2,700.00 

BURKE, JUNE H 13,482.24 

EIWEN, GEORGE W CLERK, FROM JULY 26 TO SEPT. 5 444.45 

FELTY, PATRICIA A STENOGRAPHER, FROM JULY 1 4,900.02 

FITZKEE, CHARLES W INVESTIGATOR, FROM SEPT. 1 2,933.32 

HEINZEL, VIOLET 8,040.18 

HERR, CAROLYN A TO AUG. 31 900.00 

JACKSON, GEORGE W 9,359.64 

REEDY, R RONALD FIELD REP, 7,001.88 

SHANK, THOMAS L CLFRK, TO JULY 25 277.78 

STRICKLER, CATHERINE E STENOGRAPHER, FROM JULY I 2,250.00 

WALKER, ROBERT S RESEARCH ASST, 8,544.06 

WITMER, JANET H 2,236.26 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK E. EVANS 

CONLON, RICHARD P TO NOV. 30 5,675.60 

DURIGON, VERA LOU CASE WORKER, 4,740.02 

DYE, SHARON S SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 1,484.25 

GARDNER, EDWARD E, JP DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE, 6,140.00 

GIBSON, ARCH E LEGIS ASST, 9,390.02 

GILBERT, ELSIE L SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 15 ... 450.00 

HOCKING, THOMAS L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

HULSHIZER, R DALE ADM ASST, FROM JULY 1 13,539.98 

JAFFE, DANIEL L LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 7,640.00 

KALMAN, WALTER CLERK, 1,297.67 

LARSEN, BARBARA EWING SECRETARY, 3,789.98 

LEMPEL, JOLANOA SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 4,140.02 

LEONARD, JANET E TO AUG. 15 937.50 

LOVATO, DAISY 2,188.38 

MUSSO, JOYCE BULKLEY CASE WORKFR, 4,389.98 

SAULS, PATRICIA K SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 2,806.68 

SCHMIDT, ERIC D FROM SEPT. 20 3,226.12 

OFFICE OF HON. JOE L. EVINS 

RROWN, FRANKLIN H 3,762.54 

CHAPMAN, KATHERINE E SECTY, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 750.00 

GENTRY, CHARLES E 3,602.28 

HICKS, LUCILLE C 6,076.74 

HOUSEWRIGHT, WILMA H 6,076.74 

MITCHELL, RICHARD L 3,602.28 

NAPIER, BRENDA H CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

NORWOOD, DAN M CLERK, TO AUG. 31 900.00 

PACK, LINDA LEE SECTY, FROM SEPT. 1 1,800.00 

PARKER, GERALOINE 14,299.20 

OUALLS, BETSY LFE CLERK, TO AUG. 31 900.00 

WILLIAMS, BERRY C 9,958.33 

YARBROUGH, JOHNNIE BOB 3,602.28 



42 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS ANO EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. DANTF B. FASCELL 

ADAMS, PATRICIA J CLERK- TYPI ST, FROM AUG. 1 $641.25 

ASHMAN, PETER G CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 333.34 

BROOKS, GARY THOMAS LEGIS AIDE, TO AUG. 31 1,461.95 

BUCKLFY, JOHN R AOM ASST, 14,500.02 

BURRIS, BARBARA DIANE 5,620.02 

CALLESIS, SUE CLAIRE SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND SPEC 

ASST-DIST OFC MGP , FROM SEPT. 1 TO 

NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC. 1 3,260.01 

CLEARY, RUTH OYEN SECRFTARY, FROM JULY I 4,365.00 

EVANS, EDITH VINCENT 5,620.02 

HILL, ALMENA PIERSON SECRETARY, 4,055.10 

JUDSON, SHARON M SECRETARY, 4,479.48 

KAMIS, GEORGIA SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND SECTY, FROM 

DEC. I 4,081.98 

LEVIN, LEON CLERK, 1,000.02 

MILLER, ALISON CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

NICHOL, M JANET SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 5 4,286.25 

OREGAN, CHARLES R STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 11,551.80 

SCHMITZ, MARCIA ALLEN SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 2,696.40 

VINTER, CLARE E FROM JULY 1 6,495.36 

OFFICE OF HON. WALTER E. FAUNTROY 

BOYKIN, GERALDINE P DIRECTOR-DISTRICT OFFICE, 6,000.00 

BR0CKEN80R0UGH, WM L, JR STAFF ASSISTANT, TO SEPT. 30 2,499.99 

CROCKER, DAVID S CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

DANIELS, HARLEY J LEGIS ASST, 10,999.98 

GREENE, YVONNE J STAFF ASST, 3,250.02 

HARRIS, JOYCE S STAFF ASST, 5,935.02 

IRVIN, SARAH F STAFF ASST, 1,404.00 

JACKSON, BARBARA V STAFF ASST 6,250.02 

KING, WAYNE PRESTON AIDE, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 17 340.00 

LELAND, SUZANNE S STAFF ASST, 3,394.98 

LEWIS, DELANO E ADMIN ASST, 13,999.98 

MAYES, FAYF A STAFF ASST, 3,250.02 

NELSON, HORACE E, III DEP DIR-DIST OFFICE, FROM OCT. 18 .... 2,027.77 

PUGH, MURIEL M CASE WORKER, 3,834.18 

WHITE, NILES C CASF WORKER, 3,394.98 

WILLIAMS, YVONNE L LEGISLATIVE PRESS AIDE, 7,500.00 

OFFICE OF HON. PAUL FINDLEY 

ARTHUR, HELEN M PERSONAL SECRETARY, 5,515.02 

DONALDSON, LOU ANN SECRETAPY, FROM OCT. 1 1,824.99 

DRISCOLL, MARGARET W SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 1 200.00 

EVANS, MADELYN SECRETARY 4,585.02 

FAGAN, ETTA M CLERK 2,500.02 

GORNEY, MARIJO LFGIS SECRETARY, 4,875.00 

KRIKURIAN, PATRICIA M SECRETAPY, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 15 .... 750.00 

LEKA, NIANA HELEN SECTY, FROM AUG. 1 3,000.00 

LEON, MARIANNE MAXINF CASEWORKFP, 4,200.00 

MADSON, GAPY K LEGIS ASST, 8,415.00 

MADSON, NANCY K SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 ... 545.00 

MCLAUGHLIN, RICHARD E CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 800.00 

MILLIGAN, PATRICIA A SECRE T AP Y-RFCF PT IONI ST , 4,099.98 

NORTON, DONALD R ADM ASST, 11,464.98 

POE, JOYCE G SECTY, TO JULY 31 600.00 

TERIO, VICKIF M SECRFTARY, TO SEPT. 17 1,726.08 

VOGEL, DONALD E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

WALKER, ETHEL EUDENE SECRETAPY, FROM SEPT. 1 2,000.00 

WICHSER, ROBERT J ADM ASST, 10,230.00 

OFFICE OF HON. HAMILTON FISH, JR. 

BARRY, JOHN D AOMIN ASST, 13,671.48 

CALLAN, ALBERT DISTRICT AIDE, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 403.08 

CAVANAUGH, SHIPLEY J CASE WORKER, 5,355.00 

CLOW, MARIAN G EXFC SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 

AND SFCPETARY, FROM NOV. 1 6,952.42 

COFFEY, ALAN F, JP LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, FROM JULY I TO 

SEPT. 30 AND LEGIS-PROJECT ASST, FROM 

OCT. 1 6,384.48 

COON, DONALD DISTRICT AIDF, FROM DEC. 1 806.17 

FLLSWORTH, AGUSTA M 2,897.50 



43 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. HAMILTON FISH, JR. - CONTINUFD 

ELY, AYA H PERSONAL SECRETARY, $6,499.98 

FLANIGAN, KATHERINE V SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 .. 728.25 
FRAZEP, SAPA E SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 AND SECTY I 

PRESS AIDE, FROM OCT. 1 4,079.52 

FUIMARELLO, HELEN SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 .... 403.08 

HOFFMANN, SHELVA R SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 1 2,100.00 

LUCEY, NORA SECRETARY, 4,223.52 

MAZZACANO, MARY SECY-DISTRICT OFFICE, 2,782.50 

MITCHELL, ANNE E CLERK, TO AUG. 31 520.00 

NACCARATO, JOHN J DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE, FROM JULY 1 

TO SEPT. 30 AND DIST ADM, FROM OCT. 1 5,262.51 

RATHKOPF, CHRISTINA L CLERK, 2,927.40 

REGENBOGEN, LAURIE B SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 1,137.58 

ROWE, ARLENE JOY SECRETARY, 3,250.02 

SNYDER, DAVID I CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TG AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

TILLAPAUGH, MARTIN CLERK, TO JULY 31 220.00 

OFFICE OF HON. 0. C. FISHER 

CHANOLER, ED SPECIAL ASST, 9,616.50 

CHINNIS, ANN S CLERK, TO JULY 19 147.78 

DE8RIYN, RAYMOND J, JR CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

DURUY, PAULINE HOFHLER 9,616.50 

GALLO, GRACE 6,744.76 

HEINZE, N CAROLYN CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 100.00 

HUCKABEE, GERRY N SECRETARY, 1,900.02 

INGRAM, JUNE SECRETARY, 5,500.02 

KIKTA, MILDPEO SECRETAPY, 6,400.02 

MCKEF, MATTIE MAE SECRFTARY, 6,400.02 

NIXON, VICKI H 6,400.02 

PAULY, HELEN S ADM ASST, 13,450.02 

STAFFORD, EMILY S CLERK, 1,399.98 

ZERTUCHE, MARIA SECRETARY 1,900.02 

OFFICE OF HON. DANIEL J. FLOOD 

ALTMAN, RICHARD H CLERK, 3,086.34 

CASEY, LAWRENCE J PRESS SECTY, ^ 4,231.08 

CLARK, MICHAEL A PRESS ASST, 4,231.08 

DOAN, TESSA LOUISE ASST SECTY, 3,459.18 

ELKO, STFPHEN B ADM ASST, 14,500.02 

HANOVER, ROBERT n CLERK, 5,212.92 

HORVATH, ELIZABETH CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

JUNES, HUGH T CLERK, 4,539.66 

REISS, FLORENCE D SECRETARY, 2,399.40 

SHEERIN, SARAH MARIE SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 10 2,466.68 

SOKOL, ROSEMARIE CLERK, 1,502.94 

THOMAS, DOUGLAS CLERK, 3,183.00 

TOMASCIK, HELEN M EXEC SECTY, 14,031.90 

YOURISHIN, 1 FONA M SECRETARY, 5,792.46 

OFFICE HP HON. WALTER FLOWERS 

BOYD, MARTHA M SECRFTARY, TO OCT. 31 AND SECTY £ 

CASEWORKER, FROM NOV. 1 3,650.00 

BURNS, BEVERLY C SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 ANO EXEC 

SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 1 5,458.35 

CHRISTIAN, JOHN M EXEC ASST, TO NOV. 1 AND EXECUTIVE 

ASST, FROM NOV. 2 13,348.61 

DEARM4N, ANDREW J, JR 4,779.12 

DELOACH, MARY B CLERK, TO NOV. 30 AND CASE WORKER, 

FROM OEC. 1 2,999.98 

EATON, EMMFTT W, JR 3,862.20 

FLANAGAN, MARY PALMER CLERK, 5,374.98 

GRANT, LORRAINE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

SECRFTARY, FRO^ DFC. 1 700.00 

HILL, WILLIAM R, JR SFCRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 .... 166.67 

MILLER, JOHN C H, JR AOM ASST, TO NOV. 30 10,173.35 

MILLER, SUSAN R CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 333.33 

ROSS, WRIGHT H, III CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 333.34 

SPENCER, WILLIE DAWSON 3,139.56 



71-124 O - 72 



44 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. WALTER FLOWERS - CONTINUED 

STULLf SUSAN LEE SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 16 TO NOV. 1 .. 

THOMAS, CHARLES W 

WHEELER, WINSLOW T SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 ... 

WOOD, BOBBY C 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN J. FLYNT, JR. 

AKIN, JOE B 

3ELL, CATHERINE GENEVA STAFF MBR , 

CHEW, MAXINE PFEIL STAFF MEMBER, 

FREEMAN, DAVID F STAFF MEMBER, FROM JULY 1 

HAMMOND, ROBERT M, JR CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 .... 

JOINER, RAE C 

JONES, MARY LANGSTON TO AUG. 15 

LUCAS, MARY LOU . PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

MCCORD, LINA MAITLAND STAFF MEMBER, FROM JULY 1 

PARROTT, REBECCA K STAFF MBR, TO JULY 31 

REDMAN, CHARLES I, JR ADM ASST, 

STANLEY, LILA GAIL STAFF MBR, 

VALE, MARIE F SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 

WALL, ROBERT E CLERK, 

OFFICE OF HUN. THOMAS S. FOLEY 

CULHANE, MARGARET M STAFF ASST, 

FALKNOR, RICHARD W C SPECIAL ASST, TO NOV. 30 

FIRST, WILLIAM L 

GERWIN, LESLIE E STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 

HANSEN, ARTHUR MICHAEL DISTRICT ASST, 

HARRINGTON, TONI T SECRETARY, TO NOV. 14 

HOLLEY, THOMAS W 

KIEFFER, JOSEPH D CLERK, FROM NOV. I TO NOV. 30 

LARSON, LYNN MARIE SECRETARY, 

MAUK, MARILYN D SECRETARY, 

MCELVEY, SANDRA W SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 20 

MOODY, JAMES J CLERK, FROM NOV. 23 

MOOS, ANGELA THANE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 .... 

RINGER, JEAN C EXEC SFCRETARY, 

SHEPHERD, KATHERINE SECRFTARY, 

STROHMAIER, GARY F SPECIAL ASST, FROM DEC. I 

VIDET, POTE PUNYAGUPTA STAFF ASST, TO SFPT. 17 

OFFICE OF HON. GERALD R. FORD 

ANTOR, BFTTE M SECRFTARY, FROM AUG. 3 

BUNOA, ROBERT A CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

COYKENDALL, LESTER CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

UUKOV, ESTHER SECRETARY, 

FOOTE, GORDON DAVID CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 

HANCOCK, JEANNE E CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 

HESSLFR, DOROTHY E SECRETARY, 

JAGGER, WILLIAM EDWARD CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

KAMSTRA, ANNE F SECRETARY, 

KILMER, RUTH M SECRETARY, 

LEONARD, MILDRED FXEC SFCTY, 

MILNE, CHARLES CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

ROBBINS, EVELYN M CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

SCHFLLENBERG, ROBERT W CLFRK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

TURKENBUPG, THERESE J SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 

VALENTI, BARBARA ANNE CLEPK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

VANDERTILL, GORDON E SPECIAL ASST, 

WESTFIELD, ELAINE M SECRETARY, 

WILSON, JOSEPHINE E LEGIS ASST, 

ZEEFF, GEORGE F CLERK, FROM JULY I TO JULY 31 

ZINN, MARY JANF CLFRK, TO AUG. 31 



$881.67 

7,159.74 

708.33 

6,960.36 



3,600.00 

2,700.00 

4,200.00 

3,000.00 

450.00 

3,600.00 

1,187.51 

9,400.02 

4,091.67 

750.00 

10,849.98 

6,308.35 

3,750.00 

6,750.00 



5,526.48 

10,505.40 

12,606.48 

700.00 

10,500.00 

3,232.20 

600.00 

291.67 

3,750.00 

3,996.00 

2,244.46 

863.21 

450.00 

7,003.50 

4,861.02 

1,583.33 

1,094.58 



2,899.71 
400.00 
400.00 

6, 160.02 

600.00 

600.00 

4,500.00 

900.00 

5,232.48 

6, 160.02 

9,124.98 

400.00 

400.00 

400.00 

3,750.00 

400.00 

9,280.02 

2,110.02 

9, 108.48 

400.00 

600.00 



45 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM D. FORD 



BLANK, JOANNA JUNE 
BRANSON, MEREDITH P 
BUTLER, DIANE 

CERTAIN, STEPHANIE L 
COOK, MARTHA A 
DOMKE, MACDONALD 

ELDRED, CYNTHIA L 

HATCHER, ALFRED T 
JOLLY, THOMAS R 
MARGETICH, HANNAH B 
MCKNIGHT, PATRICIA M 
MONOLIDIS, THEODORE 
NESVET, JEFFREY L 
OTOOLE, JAMES P 
OTT, STEFANIE 
RATHBUN, FRANK H 
SCZRRIA, THEODORE 
TALLMADGE, PATRICIA 

URBAN, JOAN L 
WAINIO, HELEN B 



SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 1 $308.00 

LEGIS AIDE, FROM JULY 1 A, 700. 00 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM SEPT. 20 TO NOV. 

30 1,972.21 

SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 2,307.00 

SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 19 ... 1,361.11 
CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 17 TO 

AUG. 6 200.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

JULY 16 160.00 

DIST REP, FROM JULY 1 8,768.92 

LFGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 4,716.66 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM JULY 1 4,804.02 

RECEPTIONIST, FROM JULY 1 3,699.98 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM JULY 1 2,928.34 

SPECIAL ASST, 1,625.00 

RESEARCH AIDE, 1,350.00 

PERS SECTY, FROM JULY 1 5,199.98 

ADMIN ASST, 13,809.72 

SPECIAL ASST, TO JULY 31 775.00 

DISTRICT SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 1 4,656.49 

CASE WORKER, FROM JULY I 5,250.02 

DISTRICT SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 1 5,710.83 



OFFICE OF HON. EDWIN B. FORSYTHE 

ARMSTRONG, DUKE J CLERK, FROM NOV. I TO NOV. 30 

BROWN, DOROTHY LEE CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM 

NOV. 5 

BROWNE, WILLIAM V ADM AIDE, 

CORTELYOU, W P CLERK, FROM NOV. I TO NOV. 30 

DARLINGTON, REBECCA TYPIST, 

FRANKLIN, LYNNE M CLERK, FROM JULY 1 

FRIEDLANDER, BERNICE CLERK TYPIST, 

GATTY, ROBERT C LEGIS AIDE, 

JAGO, MARGARET K 

KERVIN, PAMELA A CLERK-TYPIST, 

LANE, STANLFY W 

LEWIS, CLEMENT B, JR TO JULY 31 

MCGANN, MARY B SECRETARY, 

MICHAUX, FPANCINE E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 7 

MORF, BARRETT ANN CLERK-TYPIST 

OKELLY, JANE D CLERK, 

PROKOP, JUDITH ANNE CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND CLERK-TYPIST, 

FROM AUG. 5 TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC. 1 
WETTLIN, DANIEL F, JR FROM JULY 1 

OFFICE OF HON. L. H. FOUNTAIN 

BAYOL, MARGARET S SECRETARY, 

BEST, HELEN H SECTY, FROM SEPT. 20 

DANIEL, TED L EXEC ASST, 

LEMLY, LOUISE C SECRETARY, 

LILES, LUCY G DISTRICT SECRETAPY, 

LUCAS, ANNETTE FAIRLESS CLERK, 

MACNAIR, GRETCHEN G SECRETAPY, 

MATTHEWS, BOBBY LYNN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 17 

PITTMAN, WALTER J AD" ASST, 



500.00 

5, 170.91 
12,900.00 

200.00 
3,900.00 

600.00 
7,800.00 
9,600.00 
2,750.02 
3,600.00 
1,500.00 

416.67 
6,600.00 

370.00 
3,300.00 
2,250.00 

3,060.00 



8,749.98 
1,122.21 
9, 799.98 
5,445.00 
4,699.98 
3,750.00 
3,499.98 
470.00 
11,500.02 



46 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. DONALD M. FRASER 

BINDER* LOIS 

CASEY, CAROL F STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 2 TO AUG. 31 AND 

FROM DEC. I 

CHANCE, CAROL SFCRETAPY, TO SFPT. 30 AND STAFF ASST, 

FROM OCT. 1 

CHASE, MARGARET ANN SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 15 

ELLIOTT, GERALD R STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 

FLEISCHHACKEP, V M STAFF ASST, 

GOODELL, JOHN H CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 

GOODELL, STEPHEN STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 16 TO OCT. 31 . 

GRANESE, NANCY L STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 1 

HAMERMESH, LAWRENCE A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 

HEGBURG, ALAN S STAFF ASST, TO NOV. 10 

HERSTAND, MARC DAVID STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND 

FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

HOTTINGER, JOHN C RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 

KNIGHT, RUTH L STAFF ASST, FROM NOV. 16 

KRATTLI, VERNA KAY SECRETARY, 

MACIVER, DALE ADM ASST 

MCFADDEN, JUDITH N STAFF ASST, 

NATHANSON, IRIC 

OHRIEN, GEORGIA MARY STAFF ASST, 

PARLIAMENT, STEPHEN B STAFF ASST, FROM NOV. 1 

PAULUS, JUDITH A STAFF ASST, TO OCT. 31 

W0NNE8ERGER, ELSIE J SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. PETER H. B. FRFL INGHUYSEN 

ANDRUKITIS, BARBARA SECRETARY TO ADM ASST, 

ARMSTRONG, CATHEPINE B STAFF ASST, 

CLAPP, VIRGINIA L RESEARCH SECTY, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

HAMILTON, SUSAN L LEGISLATIVE SECRETARY, 

HERBERT, WILMA G DISTRICT SECRETARY, 

JACOBSTEIN, CHARLOTTE H RECEPTIONIST, To SEPT. 30 AND LEGIS 

TYPIST, FROM OCT. 1 

JOHNSON, VIRGINIA R DISTRICT SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 AND 

FROM AUG. 5 

KENDALL, WILLIAM T ADM ASST, 

KROL, YOLANDA LOUISE STAFF ASST, 

OWENS, WILLODEAN MAIL 6 FILE SECPETARY, 

PETRDFF, JOYCE ANN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

SCHWEICKERT, PHYLLIS P SECRETARY, 

STRAUS, RICHARD BRUCE LEGIS ASST, FROM DEC. 8 

TONICH, DOROTHY G DISTRICT SECPETARY, 

WATERS, JOHN A CLERK, FROM NOV. I TO NOV. 30 

WEISBROD, HANNO C LEGIS ASST, TO OCT. 31 AND LEGIS AIDE, 

FROM DEC. 1 

OFFICE OF HON. BILL FRENZEL 

CHRISTENSEN, MAYBETH A DISTRICT MANAGER, 

CLEMENSON, PATRICIA JU CLERK, FROM SEPT. 2C 

DOWIAK, ELIZABETH D CASE WORKER, FROM JULY 1 

EVELAND, PATRICIA C PERSONAL SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 

GERTZ, CHERYL A CLERK, FROM AUG. 3 TO NOV. 30 

HAYSLETT, SANDRA M CLERK, FROM JULY 13 TO AUG. 2 

KLUG, SANDRA OARLENE DISTRICT MGR , FROM JULY 1 

KROGSENG, DAVID N ADM ASST, TO JULY 17 

MCCRIGHT, KATHLEEN A EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 

NORTHCOTT, JOHN H RESEARCH DIR TRAINEE, FROM DEC. 1 .... 

OLSON, MARK W LEGIS DIR, FROM JULY 1 

PETERSEN, SUSAN J CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 28 AND 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

RICHARDSON, WILLIAM B CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 



$5,800.02 

1,241.21 

4,072.50 

1,675.00 

2,388.50 

6,199.98 

166.67 

435.00 

2,304.33 

600.00 

4,694.43 

1,050.00 
833.35 
843.75 
4,275.00 
9,000.00 
2,624.98 
7,291.68 
3,575.01 
3,044.97 
3,000.00 
6,199.98 



5,400.00 
6,000.00 
1,750.00 
4,500.00 
3,000.00 

3,250.02 

4,644.46 

14,500.02 
6,000.00 
1,900.02 

450.00 
7,000.00 

638.89 
4,958.35 

516.67 

5,624.99 



3,633.33 

785.54 

4,583.33 

4,041.68 

930.00 

200.00 

3,783.33 

1,369.45 

4,041.68 

600.00 

7,583.33 

1,180.00 

3,000.00 



47 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. BILL FRENZEL - CONTINUED 



SANDBO, MARIT E EXFC DIRECTOR, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 

AND OFFICE MANAGER, FROM DEC. 1 

SOLAND, CAROL A OFFICE MANAGER, 

SPOOR, MELANI6 G CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

THORPE, JOSFPHINE B RECEPTIONIST, 

TSCHOHL, JOHN S DISTRICT MANAGER, TO AUG. 31 AND 

DISTRICT DIRECTOR, FROM OCT. 1 

WILLOW, RICHARD D STAFF DIRECTOR, FROM JULY 1 

OFFICE OF HON. LOUIS FREY, JR. 

AMANN, KATHE"INE E FROM DFC . 1 

BERRY, OEBOPAH S FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

CALLOWAY, MAXWELL R FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

DALEY, FRANK J, JR 

DRAGE, THOMAS B CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

FOLKMAN, CLAUDIA FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

GIUSTI, DEIRDRF A FROM JULY 12 TO AUG. 11 

HOLLINGSHEAO, J C FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

H'JERTA, JOHN L, JR FROM DEC. 1 

JORDAN, CAROLYN L < 

JUAREZ, OSCAR F AO" ASST, 

KIRWAN, GLENNA L SECRETARY 

KNOP, JOHN RICHAPD LEGIS ASST, 

LACY, MYRTLE M 

MOGEF, IRENE C FROM DEC. 1 

MIXER, RANDI M FROM JULY 1 

MOORE, REBECCA N 

PICKETT, ANNE CALDWELL EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 

SARGENT, WILLIAM K PRESS ASSISTANT, 

SPURGEON, JAMES H, II SUMMER INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

STERN, DATTY C TO SEPT. 30 

THOMAS, EVELYN DELORES FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

WALTERS, PAMELA M TO NOV. 30 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES G. FULTON 

CAMERON, MARTHA E ADM ASST, 

CHEN, DOROTHY ELLEN SFCETARY, 

CONNOLLY, KATHLEEN ANN STEN0G APHER , TO AUG. 31 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 

FRANKE, FREDERICK, JR ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 .... 

FRICK, FRANCES D CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 

GILLIS, SHARON R ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 .... 

IMBER, ASF 

IMBER, DELORES A CLF"K, FROM SEPT. 1 

MACOM, RICHARD LEE ASSISTANT, TO SEPT. 30 

MARYN, MAPGOT M ADMIN SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 AND FROM 

OCT. 16 

MCPHERON, BARBARA SECRETARY, TO NUV. 30 

MCPHERON, RITA M FXEC SECRETARY, 

MCPOYLE, DAMEL H CLERK, FRCP SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

"IECKA, BETTY LOIJ SECRETARY-CLEPK , 

ROTHROCK, KAPEN ANN RECEPTIONIST-SECRETARY, 

SAKLAS, DOLliRES SECRETARY, 

SCHERER, LINDA ANN CLERK-TYPIST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 . 

S r HERER, LOPRAINE C RECEPT TEL OPR, FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 15 

SCHIPANI, JUDITH ANN STENOGRAPHER 

SMITH, M4RG«PET A AIO^, TO JULY 31 

WHITEHILL, ROBERT S ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD FULTON 

BEEZLEY, GA*Y T PRESS AIDE, FROM AUG. 16 

BRAWLEY, HIRAM w SPFCIAL ASST, TO AUG. 15 

COX, MATTYE P SETRfcTAPY, 

DRAKE, JAMES E 

FRITH, OLLIE T SECRETARY, 

GENTLE, BE"NICE K 

GREGORY, DONALD CLERK, FPOM JULY 1 TP SFPT. 30 

HARRIET, EDITH S c CRFTAt!Y 

HUPVITZ, JEANNE R 



$4,791.68 

3,949.98 

716.67 

3,783.33 

2,133.34 

13,000.02 



425.00 

250.00 

1,866.47 

6,761.15 

450.00 

250.00 

250.00 

250.00 

166.67 

3,649.98 

14,500.02 

5,633.33 

11,332.97 

3,469.37 

558.33 

3,368.57 

4,000.02 

5,733.35 

6,083.33 

250.00 

1,674.99 

250.00 

3,250. 



,00 



14,500.02 
3,275.00 

2,600.00 

317.93 

600.00 

775.00 

11,088.42 

5,846.72 

1,575.00 

1,950.00 
2,750.00 
4,999.98 

975.00 
3,600.00 
3,600.00 
2,700.00 

542.93 
1, 300.00 
2,550.00 

600.00 
2,500.00 



3,749.99 
1,588.76 
4,962.00 
14,500.02 
3,146.52 
3,962.52 
2,325.00 
5,272.98 
4,213.50 



48 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD FULTON - CONTINUED 

JONFS, DELORES JEAN SECRETARY, $3,475.02 

LANCASTER, ANITA TO JULY 31 601.00 

NELSON, LULA BLACK OPFICE MGR , 5,521.8? 

PRESLEY, ODUS E SPECIAL ASST, FROM JULY 1 6,289.33 

ROLLINS, PAULA CLERK, FROM NOW. 1 1,000.00 

THORNTON, WYADINE F SECRETARY 6,124.50 

WALKER, WEIOA FRANCES CONGRESSIONAL INTFRN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

SECRFTAPY, FROM SFP T . 1 TO OCT. 31 ... 1,700.00 
WILSON, AUGUSTA E PESFARCH ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

AND SPECIAL ASST, FROM DEC. 1 2,100.00 

OFFICE OF HON. DON FUOUA 

ARRINGTON, LARRY W SPEC PROJECTS ASST, TO AUG. 20 666.67 

BAILEY, JUNE E 2,367.90 

BARNES, CAROLYN J 4,196.82 

CHALKER, CHARLES W 4,445.3+ 

DEMONTMOLLIN, STEPHEN 7,249.9a 

FISHER, RUTH W PERSONAL SECRETARY, 7, 500.00 

GRFVE, CECELIA C SECRETARY, 4,^.49.98 

HICKS, THOMAS P 8,560.32 

MALONEY, ELIZABETH L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 28 580.00 

MCKAY, JOAN S 4,813.92 

SCHECK, JAY T, JR SPECIAL ASST, 9,499.98 

SCUDDER, ANN HAMILTON 4,608.18 

STENSGAARD, ELIZABETH 1,763.82 

WADSWORTH, HERBERT, JR 12,499.98 

OFFICE OF HON. NICK GALIFIANAKIS 

ANLYAN, WILLIAM G, JR CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 29 590.00 

BARNETT, RETTY F SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 15 ... 649.99 
ROICE, DONA SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND SECTY, FROM 

OCT. 16 2,333.35 

BOOKER, VIRGINIA GRIER LEGIS AIDE, TO SEPT. 11 1,498.88 

BROWN, DEBORAH C SECTY, FROM SFPT. 13 1,910.01 

FLETCHER, BARBARA M EXEC SECRETARY, 5,326.98 

HALL, CAROL G SECTY, 3,519.98 

HAMLET, ANN T DTST OFF LIAISON OFFICER, 2,043.07 

HONEYCUTT, CAROLYN H SECRETARY, 3,750.65 

LASHLEY, ANN ROBERTA LEGIS SFCRETARY, 3,854.16 

MCPHERSON, WILLIAM V, JR DI ST ADM ASST, 7,149.98 

MICHAUX, ERIC C DISTRICT LIAISON OFFICER, 3,050.00 

PETHICK, GEORGE T SPECIAL ASST, FROM AUG. 1 5,883.35 

PETIT, MICHAEL D LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 ... 1,000.00 

REID, BALDWIN HORN LEGIS SECPETARY, 3,483.33 

REUSING, MICHAEL V DIST LIAISON OFFICER, 3,583.33 

ROLL, BETSY WELLS ADMIN SECRETARY, 4,162.88 

STILLEY, EVELYN H AGENCY LIAISON OFFICER 4,650.00 

SUGG, MARGAPFT JOYCE ADM ASST, 9,250.02 

WEIR, LUCY ANN OISTPICT LIAISON OFFICER, 4,226.50 

OFFICE OF HON. CORNELIUS E. GALLAGHER 

BICKETT, CHARLOTTE C PEPSONAL SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 18 1,841.66 

CARROLL, NEIL J DISTRICT SECRETARY, 6,949.98 

COOK, MICHAEL ASST LEGIS AIDE, 4,241.67 

ORAKE, NANCY GARROTT CASE WORKER G RECEPTIONIST, TO NOV. 30 

AND RECEPTIONIST f. DEPT ASST, FROM 

DEC. 1 5,291.67 

FRANK, ROBERT CLERK, 1,600.02 

HENNESSEY, ARLENE M EXECUTIVE ASST, FROM NOV. I 2,483.34 

HENNESSFY, PATRICIA R DEP ASST, FROM JULY 1 4,950.00 

HUNT, ROBERT A LEGIS ASST, 7,000.02 

JACKSON, GREGORY J CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 1,275.00 

KIM, KWANG EXFC ASST, TO NOV. 30 5,458.35 

MAY, ELIZABFTH ADM ASST, 14,500.02 

MCCASSIE, MARY SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 .... 500.00 
MULLANAPHY, LOIS A DIST SECTY, TO NOV. 30 AND SECRETARY, 

FROM DEC. 1 5,249.99 

WITTER, CHARLES P SPECIAL ASST, FROM DEC. 1 1,291.67 



49 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD A. GARMATZ 

BAGINSKI, THERESA B STAFF ASST, TO OCT. 31 

ENGELHARDT, HILOA A STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 

HART, PAULA A SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 . 

HOFFER8ERT, LOUIS T, JR 

KOCHANSKI, JEROME J STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 1 

LASSER, MARILYN SECRETARY, 

LEBEAU, JOSEPH A FROM OEC . 1 

LIDINSKY, RICHARD A, JR STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM NOV. 1 

MCCLAIN, MICHELE J STAFF ASST 

RIOOLFI, FRANK ANTHONY STAFF ASST, FROM NOV. 9 TO NOV. 30 

SLIFKER, VICTORIA M SECRETARY, 

SZULINSKI, JANE A STAFF ASST, TO SEPT. 30 

TRACY, JANICE E SECRETARY 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH M. GAYDOS 

CLOSSIN, RICHARD E PRESS SECRETARY, 

CROSS, RITA M CLERK-TYPIST 

DIMARCO, PATRICIA OIST OFFICE SECTY, 

GEORGE, MAE OLA CLERK, 

GER9A, RALPH R PUBLICATIONS ASST, FROM JULY 1 .... 

GILMORE, JOYCE W CLERK, 

HANBURY, SANDRA D EXEC SECRETARY, 

JACOBSON, JONNELL CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 .. 

JONES, PHYLLIS SUSAN CLERK TYP I ST-PECEPT , , 

MANOELLA, BERNARD A 

MARINO, PATRICIA ANN CLERK TYPIST, 

NIGRISS, FRANK S PUBLICATIONS ASST, FROM JULY 1 .... 

STAISEY, WINIFRED H EXEC SECTY, 

ZAJICEK, JOSEPH R DISTRICT ADM IN I SI P ATOR , 



$4,769.68 
6,000.00 
7, 140.00 
8,500.02 
6,360.00 
8,056.02 
1,785.00 
2,384.84 
5,830.02 
1,309.00 
3,717.48 
6,360.00 
8,056.02 



7,950.00 
2,400.00 
4,650.00 
3,400.02 
2,695.98 
4,549.98 
6,600.00 
450.00 
3,499.98 
12,450.00 
3,000.00 
4,800.00 
4,800.00 
9,949.98 



OFFICE OF HON. TOM S. GETTYS 

BOULWARE, BARBARA JEAN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

JULY 4 

BURNS, GEORGIANNA C CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

BUTTS, ROBERT V CLERK, FPOM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

CANNON, MARY ANN CLERK, 

CHADWICK, BETTY A CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TC AUG. 31 

COTTY, WILLIAM F TO AUG. 20 

GULP, OOROTHY ANN CLERK, FROM AUG. I TO AUG. 31 

FRIEDMAN, BELINDA CLfcRK, FROM JULY 6 TO AUG. 6 

KELLEY, LYNDALL J CONGRESSIONAL INTFRN, FROM JULY 5 TO 

AUG. 15 

LAWSON, HAROLD ARTHUR 

LEE, NELL S 

LLOYD, KEITH E CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

RHOOES, ROBERT E L CLERK, 

RICKER, BEVERLY DIXON CLERK, 

ROBERTS, LINDA J CLFRK, 

SAMOSON, DEBORAH ELLEN 

STEGALL, SHIRLEY W 

STREATER, JAMES A, JR FRUM AUG. 7 TO SEPT. 6 

THOMPSON, DALE E CLERK, FROM SFPT. 22 TO OCT. 31 

VAUGHN, PATT1 C CLCRK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

WARD, ROBERT M 

WIN3URN, JOHN P CLERK, 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT N. GIAIMU 

AP0NH4LT, KAY A 

CAMPBELL, CHARLOTTE RECEPTIONIST, FROM AUG. 30 TO SEPT. 30 

AND FROM OCT. 5 

HONEYCUTT, LYNN C LEGISLATIVE AIDE, 

HOOK, DERORAH MARIE SECRtTARY, 

HYDE, FREDERICK H, III PRISS SECY, TO AUG. 31 ANO STAFF ASST, 

FROM OCT. 1 

KELLY, ELIZABETH LLOP RECEPTIONIST, TO AUG. 15 

LANE, LAURENCF F LFGIS ASST, TO DEC. 12 

MERRIAM, LAURA E CONG»FSS I ONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 22 

MOORE, FRAN<"IS J 

NAPOLI, TFRESA J STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 

NIXON, D EILEEN ADM ASST, 

PARIS, NANCY S TYPIST, 



40.00 
500.00 
500.00 

4,849.98 
500.00 

1,988.82 
500.00 
516.67 

410.00 

4,250.34 

2,085.79 

500.00 

7,200.00 

4.699.9P 

5,200.02 

3,862.20 

3,066.72 

625.00 

812.50 

500.00 

7,070.46 

2,188.34 



3,052.20 

2, 112.52 
5,034.93 
3,349.98 

3,617.79 
812.51 

5,220.02 
520.00 

7,637. 16 

750.17 

14,500.02 

3,387.73 



50 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT N. GIAIMO - CONTINUED 

SCARPULLA, A THOMAS $8*422.26 

TOLOMEO, MARTIN E, JR STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 2,166.68 

VALLANCE, SHIRLEY M STAFF ASST, 5,240.48 

OFFICE OF HON. SAM GIBBONS 

ALCALDE, HECTOR ADMIN ASST, 14,500.02 

BUTLER, OIANE RESEARCH ASST, FROM DEC. 1 TO DEC. 14 77.78 

CLARK, LINDA C SECTY, FROM NOV. 16 TO NOV. 30 354.17 

DYE, ROY AUGUSTUS, III RESEARCH ASST, FROM NOV. 1 1,666.66 

FERNANDEZ, MARGARET CLERK, 2,284.68 

HAMILL, PHOEBE B CLERK, TO NOV. 15 3,187.49 

HARFORD, PATRICIA CLERK, 5,791.65 

HEATH, CAROLYN K 5,199.62 

HOUGE, LINDA SUE LEGIS RESEARCHER, FROM SEPT. 1 4,158.34 

HOWLETT, NELL J LEGIS. ASST., 9,333.35 

JOHNSON, FRANCES MINA CLERK, TO DEC. 14 3,188.87 

KAMM, LINDA HELLER LEGIS COUNSEL, TO AUG. 31 1,666.66 

MERRILL, FREDERICK, JR RESEARCH ASST, FROM DEC. 1 641.67 

NIELSEN, SIGNE B CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 31 300.00 

OBANNON, DONA SPECIAL ASST, TO JULY 31 AND RESEARCH 

ASST, FROM AUG. I 10,108.35 

OLEARY, MICHAEL J CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,000.00 

REA, ELIZABETH L CLERK, TO AUG. 31 594.75 

RENZ, CAROL ANN CLERK, 3,750.00 

SMITH, TIMOTHY G RESEARCH ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,000.00 

STEVENSON, MERRIL LEGISLATIVE CLERK, FROM DEC. 15 399.64 

STEWART, JANIS E 4,410.44 

URETTE, KARFN S CLERK, TO AUG. 31 666.66 

WILEY, KATHRYN E CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 166.67 

OFFICE OF HON. BARRY M. GOLDWATER, JR. 

BETTCHER, NANCY L DISTRICT SECRETARY, 4,450.00 

CHAFFERS, JAMES OLEARY STAFF ASST, TO SEPT. 30 1,200.00 

COX, JOHN E, JR 9,368.20 

DAZE, DAVID TIMOTHY STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 AND 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM DEC. 1 3,666.67 

OOCKEN, DARLENE S CLERK-TYPIST, TO NOV. 30 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 1 3,124.98 

ELLERTON, SIGNY S PRESS SECRETARY 5,042.62 

GAUL, EMMY LOU CASEWORKER, 4,500.00 

HAVLICEK, JANE E CLERK, FROM JULY 5 TO OCT. 31 AND 

PERSONAL EXEC SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 1 . 5,014.41 

JOHNSON, JEANNE PUBLIC RELATIONS SECY, 4,999.98 

MCCLAIN, WILLIAM 10,399.98 

NEEDHAM, LAURIE A LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, 7,500.00 

NEWMAN, KATHRYN L SECTY, TO AUG. 31 800.00 

PHILLIPS, CAROLINE A SECRETARY, 3,093.32 

RUTHERFORD, MARY F SECRETARY, 4,500.00 

SAUNDERS, DEBRA JO 4,299.66 

SOMERVILLE, CAPOL B CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

SWAJIAN, CATHERINF M SECTY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 400.00 



OFFICE OF HON. HENRY B. GONZALEZ 



BARPINGER, JAMES A 
BEAGLE, CAROLYN SUE 
BEAGLE, GAIL J 
BPAMSON, DAVID HENRY 
CALDWELL, REPNADFTTE 
CANTU, RAYMOND I, JR 



CIDOIO, WAYNE W 



CLAYTON, CORA FAYE 
DELEON, IRMA 



GENERAL AIDE, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 20 

TYPIST, FROM JULY 15 TO JULY 31 

ADM G PRESS ASST 

AIDE, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

CASEWORKER C GFN OPER MGR, 

GENERAL AIDE-FILE CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 
AND STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

AND FROM NOV. 1 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 31 AND 
ASST-PRESS AIDE, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 

6 

CHIEF CASEWORKER-DISTRICT, 

CASFKORKFR, FROM DEC. 20 



972.22 
155.56 

14,500.02 

833.34 

4,999.98 



3,700.00 



1, 100.00 

5,433.32 

238.33 



51 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. HENRY B. GONZALEZ - CONTINUED 



GONZALEZ, MARY JESSIE 

MENA, HORTENCE G 
MOONEY, CHRISTINA L 
MORTON, VIRGIE B 
RODGERS, BRENOA R 
SMALLWOOD, MURIEL D 
SMITH, DORIS G 
SOLOMON, TRUDY L 



TAMEZ, LUZ G 
THOMAS, WILLIAM 
VASOUEZ, PATRICIA M 

WONG, ELLA M 



SECTY, TO AUG. 31 AND ASST - HOME 

OFFICE, FROM SEPT. 5 

LEGIS AIDE, 

SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 15 TO DEC. 18 ... 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM DEC. 15 

CASEWORKER, TO DEC. 2 

SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 14 TO OCT. 31 .. 

SECTY, FROM SEPT. 14 

GENERAL AIDE, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 
AND CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 
TO AUG. 15 AND FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 
DIRECTOR DISTRICT OFFICE, 

RESEARCH 6 LEGIS AIDE, FROM JULY I TO 
AUG. 18 

RECEPTIONIST-SPANISH WRITER, 



$3,988.88 
5,500.02 
151.11 
53.33 
2,418.07 
1,044.45 
2,675.00 



874.32 
8,749.98 
1,174.99 

1,106.67 
4,750.02 



OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE A. GOODLING 



BRENDLE, MURIEL P 
BRUEGGEMAN, EDITH R 
BYNAKER, MARY ROSALIE 
FETTER, LUCILLE F 
KLINE, PAUL A 
MOPSIK, LOUISE A 
NEWCOMER, NANCY A 
PEIFFER, PERRY A 
RAVER, BARBARA E 



1,663.98 
3,730.50 
5,810.94 
3,730.50 
13,008.78 
1,196.64 
5,810.94 
8,454.72 
8,454.72 



OFFICE OF HON. ELLA T. GRASSO 



BUTKUS, RAYMOND T 
DOBEK, R08FRT F 
FORAND, EDWARD J, JR 
GILES, BFTTY E 
GLENDENING, BETH A 
GRZEBIEN, JOHN CHARLES 
HEINTZ, HAROLD F 
HERSHMAN, MURRAY JOHN 

HOROWITZ, ARLENE 
KAMINSKI, DOROTHY ROSE 
KUCZYNSKI, JOHN R 
LAFFERTY, GARY J 

LEVINE, ARLENE E 

LEWINSOHN, NANCY 
LOPEZ, MAPIA I 
M4L0NE, DAVID T 
MANCUSO, FRANK 
MCCAFFERY, DOROTHY KANE 
NEGLEY, STEPHANIE C 
OCASIO, LILA 3 

RAFTERY, KATF C 
RI ISKA, WILLIAM 
SIKORA, BARBARA JEAN 
SULLIVAN, EDWARD E 
SWICKLAS, JOHN G, SR 
TERRY, DIANE M 
TOAL, JOHN C 
VAUGHN, MARC I A L 
WELZ, ANN M 
WURTZ, EDWARD A 



RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 200.00 

LEGIS ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 3,000.00 

LEGIS-PRESS ASST, 4,999.98 

EXEC SECTY, 6,750.00 

RFSEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 200.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 31 300.00 

ADMIN AIDE, FROM AUG. 6 5,840.26 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 TO 

AUG. 31 300.00 

LEGISLATIVE SECTY, FROM DEC. 6 555.56 

STAFF ASST, 3,600.00 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 200.00 
RESEARCH ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 

30 200.00 

STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

ANO DISTRICT AIDE, FROM OCT. 1 2,333.34 

ADM ASST, 11,416.68 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 200.00 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 200.00 

DISTRICT ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 999.99 

STAFF ASST, 1,999.98 

SECRETARY-CASEWORKER, 4,350.00 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 

30 200.00 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 200.00 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 200.00 

RECEPTIONIST, 3,750.00 

STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 1,999.98 

ADM AIDE, FROM OCT. I 750.00 

LEGIS SECRETARY, TO NOV. 22 3,037.24 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO DEC. 3 . 489.99 

CLFRK-TYPIST, FROM JULY 1 3,250.02 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 200.00 

RESEARCH ASST, TO AUG. 31 1,050.00 



52 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. KENNETH J. GRAY 



BERGIN, MARGARET J ADM ASST, 

BRADEN, A FRANK AOM ASST, TO SEPT. 30 AND STAFF ASST, 

FROM OCT. 1 

CARLTON, OAVIO S, JR ASSISTANT, 

DARBY, RICHARD A ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 1 

GAYER, PAUL WILLIAM ASST, 

GRAY, THOMAS W DIST OFFICE MGR , 

MYERS, MELANIE R STENOGRAPHER, 

OTTERSON, VIRGINIA STENOGRAPHER, 

PEARLMAN, ROP I N JOY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

RUPERT, CARLA RAE CLERK-RECEPTIONIST, FROM JULY 1 

RUSHING, CHLOE STENOGRAPHER, 

SPENCER, DIXIE J STENOGRAPHER, 

THOMSON, SARA F RECEPTIONIST, FROM JULY I TO NOV. 19 . 

TILL8ERG, MARLENE K RECEPTIONIST, FROM NOV. 20 

WILKINSON, SHERRILL I STENOGRAPHER, 

WILLIS, TRUDY D CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 

OFFICE OF HON. EDITH GREEN 

BALLARD, BLAND 

BLACK, SUZANNE STAFF ASST, 

CANNON, JANINE V 

CROSS, MALCOLM H LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 

HABEREK, JUDITH STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 15 

HENSLEY, MARGARET M STENOGRAPHER, 

JAY, CHRISTOPHER E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 28 

MCKAY, DELORA F SECRETARY, 

RICARO, RICHARD J ADM ASST, FROM JULY 3 

SCHWARTZ, RONALD RESEARCH ASST, FROM OCT. 1 

SHORT, ROBERT L STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 

STAPLETON, MARILYN RAE STAFF ASST, 

SWAN, STANLEY N 

WAHLER, LINDA S SECRETARY, 

YORK, TRUDI F STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 14 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM J. GREEN 

BUSSE, GRACF ELLEN CLERK, 

COLLINS, JOHNSTON E, JR CLERK, 

DYE, ROY AUGUSTUS, III RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

EISENBERG, WARREN W CLEPK, TO NOV. 14 

GLANCEY, DAVID B CLERK, FROM DEC. 11 

GOWEN, THOMAS LEO CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

HEALY, ROBERT L CLEPK, TO JULY 31 

KILOOO, JOAN CARLEY CLERK, 

LOMUS, JOAN B CLERK, 

LUBELL, STEPHEN K CLERK, FROM NOV. 15 

OAKES, E DENNIS, JR CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 

PARSONS, ROSEMARY T CLFRK, 

SULLIVAN, ESTFLLE T CLERK 

WHITE, EVELYN J CLERK, 

WHITE, F JOHN CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES H. GRIFFIN 

ALFORD, BARBARA ANN SECRETARY, 

BELL, JANE H SECRETARY, 

ELLIS, CATHEPINE C SECRETARY, 

HARPER, MARTHA CLAIRE SECRETARY, 

HINSON, JON CLIFTON ADMIN ASST, 

JOSFPH, ALBFRT DAUL STAFF ASST, 

NEWCOMB, R HUGO, JR LEGIS ASST, TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC. 5 

PERRY, PATRICIA ANN SECRETARY, 

SHATTLES, OTIS S STAFF ASST, 

SMITH, JOHN T 



*9,017.58 

6,450.00 
8,676.90 
1,173.33 
3,988.26 
9,159.54 
4,774.20 
3,979.80 

750.00 
4,399.98 
4,368.18 
4,774.20 
3,191.21 

908.07 
4,774.20 
1,050.00 



6,860.52 
6,750.00 
3,125.01 
7,000.02 
3,022.24 
2,154.00 

580.00 
6,296.52 
8,903.97 
2,525.01 

333.34 
7,150.02 
8,650.02 
4,034.88 
1,222.22 



4,789.60 
6,333.35 
1,000.00 
8,188.87 
722.22 
1,041.67 
1,000.00 
6,291.68 
2,870.83 
1,661.11 
1,250.00 
3,166.65 
4,966.02 
7,541.67 
2, 124.99 



4,750.02 
5,650.02 
8,650.02 
5,650.02 
10,750.02 
2,000.01 
5,866.67 
5,250.00 
9,400.02 
3,250.02 



53 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. MARTHA U. GRIFFITHS 

ANGLIN, ANDREA N SECRETARY, FROM OCT. I $2,479.16 

RAKER, MARGARET N SECRFTAPY, FROM OCT. 1 1,031.80 

8ARNA, RUTH E SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 15 .... 1,050.00 

BERNHARO, MARY E SECTY, 7,125.00 

BROOOWICZ, E IRENE SECTY, FROM NOV. 8 1,251.38 

GERMAN, MARY ANN 3,967.32 

KELLY, MAURA P 7,502.82 

KESSEL, JOHN TO AUG. 31 1,500.34 

MIKULICH, MARILYNNE 10,502.40 

PIOGEON, JAMES M SECRETARY, 4,198.35 

PUGLISI, LUCILF CLERK, TO OCT. 15 1,804.25 

SILVANI, CAROL JEANNE SECTY, TO SEPT. 30 2,124.99 

SIZEMORE, ELIZABETH A SECRETARY, FROM JULY 5 TO OCT. 31 .... 2,786.01 

STOBIERSKI, STEPHANIE CLERK, TO OCT. 31 5,360.12 

SWIGART, PATRICIA A SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 3,958.35 

VANCOVEROEN, NANCY CLERK, 3,405.12 

OFFICE OF HON. H. R. GROSS 

GEBHARD, CHARLIE 2,968.56 

GOOOMAN, YVONNE R STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 7,900.02 

JAEGER, GENEVA STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 6,000.00 

MCDARGH, OOROTHY R STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 7,900.02 

MORRISON, JULIAN K ADM ASST, FROM JULY 1 14,500.02 

UHLENHOPP, CLFTUS RAY STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 15 2,944.43 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES R. GROVER, JR. 

BELL, BILLIE JEAN SECRETARY, 4,288.98 

8UCHMAN, WILLIAM E SPEC ASST, 2,569.02 

DIRKES, EDITH B SECRETARY, 2,650.02 

FERRARO, ANTHONY J 2,568.12 

GAGGIN, ERVINE A ; 2,568.12 

HALLAHAN, JOHN T SPEC ASST, 4,936.50 

KENNEDY, BRUCE SPECIAL ASST, 2,623.82 

KING, BRENDA J SECRETARY, 5,470.27 

MARKOWITZ, SAMUEL SPEC ASST, 8,095.50 

MITCHELL, COLLEEN SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 708.33 

PAPWORTH, MARY J AOM ASST, 14,493.32 

PROULX, LORRAINE M SECRETARY 4,750.02 

SCHACK, ELISABETH H SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 15 1,022.23 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES S. GUBSER 

ANDERSON, FRANCIS, III RESEARCH CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 500.00 

ANDERSON, LEOTA V CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 600.00 

BLOOMFIELD, MARK RESEARCH CLERK, TO SEPT. 15 2,708.33 

CHAPPELL, MARTIN N CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 500.00 

COKER, DELORES S CLERK, 4,541.40 

CONWAY, CATHERINE CLERK, 2,423.16 

DIAS, FRANCES K TO SEPT. 26 2,610.85 

GORDON, JEAN E ADM ASST, 14,500.02 

GOSPODNETICH, ELLEN MAE CLERK, 7,099.98 

HERZ, LYOIA JEAN CLERK, 6,008.58 

MARCEAU, MADELEINE M EXEC SECRETARY, 9,600.00 

MENAGH, JOAN C SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 1 1,800.00 

MICHALOWSKI, THELMA S CLERK, 6,008.58 

SCHMIDT, GERTRUDE H CLERK, 2,400.00 

SMITH, LYNN KATHRYN CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 



54 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. GILBFRT GUDE 



BINGLEV, BARBARA CLERK, 

BROWN, MARY Z CLERK, 

CARHTHERS, LESLIE A CLERK, TO JULY 3 

CARROLL, JUDY D CLERK, 

CLAIR, VENITA R CLFRK, 

FARR, JOHN f), III CLFRK, TO NOV. 30 AND LEGIS AIDE, FROM 

DEC. 1 

FINNEY, NANCY JEAN CLERK, FROM JULY 12 

FITTS, FREDERIC PERRY CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

GOLDBERG, THOMAS R CLFRK, FROM AUG. 15 TO SEPT. 19 

GRIGG, WILLIAM M PRESS ASST, 

HAWK, GORDON L CLERK, 

HYDF, JAMES F C, lit CLFRK, FROM JULY 11 TO AUG. 14 

HYSER, FREDERICK M CLFRK, FROM SEPT. 20 

KAPPER, ROBERTA F CLERK, 

LYONS, JOHN F, JR LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 5 

MANNINA, GEORGE J, JR STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 20 

PLASTER, ANNE A CLERK, FROM OCT. I 

POWFLL, SANDRA J CLERK, 

REINSCH, WILLIAM A CLERK, TO SEPT. 12 

RUSSELL, WILLIAM B CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 10 

SMITH, MARILYN MUIR CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 10 

STEINLE, SUSAN MARIE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 21 AND 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 21 TO SEPT. 20 

OFFICE OF HON. G. ELLIOTT HAGAN 

BLANKENSHIP, LEWIS C 

BLY, MARY S FROM JULY I 

BRANTLEY, RABUN L FROM JULY 1 

B»INSON, WILLIAM K 

GIOLITO, CAROLYN H 

HOHNADEL, JOHNNIE B 

HOLAYTER, PEGGY L TO DEC. 8 

JOPQAN, MARY ELLEN TO SEPT. 30 

PRICE, RALPH C, JR FROM JULY 5 

RAKOW, MIRIAM WOLMAN 

STUBBS, GLADYS G 

TREAOO, CHARLES W 

WRZFSINSKI, ROBERT 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES A. HALEY 

BLOODWORTH, BURNETT S CLERK, 

CAREY, EDNA G 

GIFNAU, HELEN B CLERK, 

HAMILTON, JOSEPH G 

HOOD, R ELMO CLERK, 

JONES, ROY, JR CLERK, 

KROHNGOLD, NANCY R CLERK, FROM NOV. 15 

LTBBY, LINDA RUTH CLERK 

MACNICHOL, MARILEE B 

MCPEFK, KATHY LYNN CLERK, TO AUG. 22 

METCALF, SANDRA MARIE CLERK, 

MYERS, ALICE V 

PAPAJ, DIANE L CLERK 

WERNER, PAULA P CLFRK, TO SEPT. 7 

OFFICE OF HON. DURWAPD G. HALL 

APPFLQUIST, CAROL L SUMMEP INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

BARBARICK, OTIS L 

BOCCUCCI, CAROLYN RFCFPT IONI ST , TO OCT. 31 AMD CLERK, 

FROM NOV. I 

BROOKS, GALE SECRETARY, TO OCT. 14 

CASE, DIANN GAIL CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 



t4.099.98 

4,350.00 

132.50 

3,649.98 

8,500.02 



.00 
,89 



3,700. 

3,263. 
400.00 
204.16 

8,250.00 

14, 100.00 

292.77 

673.33 

4,600.02 

6, 194.46 

2,665.29 
750.00 

4,000.02 
720.00 
133.33 

2,061.10 

660.00 



2,500.02 
5,679.84 
3,750.00 
6,081.28 
6,750.00 

13,096.50 
3,730.54 
1,104.99 
2,444.46 
7,528.98 
1,153.50 
2,500.02 

11,250.00 



4,162.50 
3,183.24 
4,539.66 
2,040.18 
8,997.18 
5,489.39 
332.23 
3,516.65 

11,788.55 
1,112.23 
5,316.41 

12,256.20 
3,475.00 
1,302.77 



450.00 
5,728.56 

3,533.34 
2,282.21 

1,725.00 



55 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. DURWARD G. HALL - CONTINUFD 



CRUME, BONNIE JFANE SECRETAFY, 

Hb'NSON, GERALD L PRESS SECPETAPY, TO SEPT. 30 AND ADM 

ASST, FROM OCT, 1 

MCDONALD, ANN SECRETARY, 

MEUSER, ROBERT W CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

MILLER, JANET K CLERK, FROM OCT. 20 

ROBINETT, JAMES L, JR ADMIN ASST, TO DEC. 10 

WATKINS, FRANCES A FXEC SECPFTAMY, 

WHITEHEAD, PEGGY LOU SECRFTARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. SFYMOUR HALPEPN 

ACKERMAN, BFTTE JANE CASE WORKER, 

ANAN, VICTORIA PECEPTI ONI ST-SECY , TO NOV. 13 AND 

StCTY, TROM NOV. 14 

BROWN, RICHARO A FROM OCT. 1 

BURNETT, JOHN S SPECIAL ASST, FROM AUG. 1 

BURRIS, MARGARET EXEC SECRETARY, FROM JULY 12 TO NOV. 

10 

CHwAT, JOHN STEVEN SP ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 15 

CREWS, PAULINE H SP ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 .... 

EMBREY, PAMELIA ANN SECRETARY, TO NOV. 13 AND SECTY, FROM 

NOV. 14 

FEUERS, ALLISON SPECIAL ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 . 

FINNEY, ALISON W CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

GARAUFIS, DEMETRIA G SECTY-DIST OFFICE, TO SEPT. 30 AND 

FROM OCT. 5 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 
GIFFEN, LEWIS S SPECIAL ASST-0 I STR I CT , FROM NOV. I TO 

DEC. 15 

GLICK, RICHARD I SP ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 .... 

JCHNSON, THFODORE W SPECIAL ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 9 . 

KAMBER, VICTOR S ADMIN ASST, 

MAGGIORE, RICHARD J SP ASST - DISTRICT, FROM JULY 1 

MCGANN, VIRGINIA M SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 15 .... 

MEHLMAN, FREDERICK K SPECIAL ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 . 

MOORCONES, ANN E LEGIS ASST, FROM NOV. 11 

PAUL, A JENNIFER SECTY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

OUINN, JAMES V LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 6 

RANK, LINDA A SECTY, FROM JULY 16 

SCHLEGFL, PAUL SPECIAL ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

AND FROM NOV. 16 

SCLAFANI, FRANCES A SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 20 .... 

SEIBERT, DIANE SEC RET AR Y-DI ST OFFICE, 

SEMENIUK, LUCILLE A SECTY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

SIMMONS, LUIZ P. SPECIAL ASST, TO JULY 31 

OFFICE OF HON. LEE H. HAMILTON 

DAVIDSON, MARJORIE L TO SFPT. 29 

ERASER, LORAN G PUBLICATIONS ASST, FROM OCT. 1 

GRAY, SHIRLEY 

HAVERKAMP, JAMES A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 29 

HOUFF, ROXIE LEE OFFICE MANAGER, TO OCT. 31 AND 

SECTY-OFFICE MGR, FROM NOV. 5 

MCCAULAY, JOHN T RESEARCH ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

MCFALL, D MARC CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 

MCFALL, DAVID M ADM ASST, TO SFPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 5 

MULRY, NANCY I CASEWORKER, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

5 

OLINS, NANCY J SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 ... 

PORTER, DAVIO H FIELO REP, TO JULY 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 

RASMUSSEN, ERIK M 

RECMOND, PATRICK H 

RUSSELL, PATRICIA A 

SASSOON, ALEXANDRA R SECRETARY, 

SKELSEY, ANNF TIPTON SECTY, FROM OCT. 1 

SMITH, PHYLLIS A SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND 

FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

STAUNTON, CHARLES B CLERK, 

SULLIVAN, MARY K 



$5,500.02 

11,475.00 

4,999.98 

450.00 

1,341. 12 

11,555.57 
8,850.00 
1,849.98 



4,500.00 

4,252.21 

3,500.00 
3,600.00 

3,235.73 

3,256.67 

500.00 

3,739.18 
300.00 
450.00 

4,475.01 



723. 

300. 

1,516. 

12,761, 

3,750. 

625. 

400.00 
1, 180.55 

300.00 
6,319.43 
3,887.50 



,45 
.00 
.67 
, 10 

,00 
,00 



1,941 
622 

3,243 
300 



67 
,22 
,09 
,00 



1,854.17 

1,875.00 

2,950.02 

590.00 

5,622.20 

1,300.00 

649.33 

13,395.54 

3,960.00 
1,625.01 
1,400.00 
6, 199.98 
10,900.02 
3,850.02 
4,000. 
1,550. 



.0? 
,01 



1,950.00 
2,199.99 
3,750.00 



56 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. LEF H. HAMILTON - CONTINUED 

WATSON, JUDY CAROL CLERK-DISTRICT, FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 $1,100.00 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN PAUL HAMMER SCHMI DT 

ANDERSON, JOAN B SECTY-CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 .. 

APPERSON, THERESA ANN SECRETARY-CLERK, 

BROWN, RACHEL T CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

BURKE, GARY L ADM AIDE, 

CAROIN, CARL WILLIAM ADM ASST, 

KELLEY, PATSY RUTH CLERK, 

KIRKMAN, HELEN W OFFICE MANAGER, TO SEPT. 30 AND OFF 

MGR E DEPT ASST, FROM OCT. 5 

KIRKMAN, JOHN P. FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

KOERBER, VIOLET C LEGIS SECY, TO OCT. 31 

LANTZ, ARCHIE LEE DISTRICT ASST, 

MAUS, JANET N LEGISLATIVE ASST, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 

30 AND FROM DEC. 5 

MCGFF, IRENE C CLERK-SEC, FROM NOV. 6 TO NOV. 30 .... 

MILLS, CAROLINE J SECRETARY, 

NEFF, BARBARA LEE SECRETARY-CLERK, FROM JULY 5 

REID, REBECCA J SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 27 

ROBERTSON, ARTHUR DALE CLERK-LIAISON AID, 

SANDERSON, BEVERLY C SECRETARY-CASEWORKER, TO NOV. 19 

WEHNER, PAMELA ANN CLERK-SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 1 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES M. HANLEY 

BRIGHT, NORMA J 

COSTELLO, J DANIEL 

DANIELS, JOHN R FIELD REP, 

DEYULIA, THOMAS R 

KINSELLA, MICHAEL T RESEARCH ASST, 

LINCK, KATHLEEN RESEARCH ASST, TO AUG. 10 

LOWN, ANN S 

MAHONEY, JOHN F 

MCCALL, JULIE W 

ODONNELL, KEVIN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

RESEARCH CLERK, FROM SFPT. 1 

RICHARDSON, GEORGE M 

RYAN, CATHERINE L 

RYAN, JAMES P FIELD REP., 

SWIFT, CYNTHIA J CASE WORKER, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 

5 

WARNE, ROBERT A 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD T. HANNA 

ADLER, HOWARD LEGIS ASST, 

BAILEY, KIPP COHOON SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 

BARON, JACQUELINE R FROM JULY 1 

BEEKMAN, JOHN ANDREW FROM JULY 1 

BELOW, WILLIAM C TO AUG. 31 

COUSINS, JAMES H STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND 

LEGIS ASST, FROM SFPT. 1 

DAVIS, BRIGID H FROM JULY I 

DIENSTFREY, STEPHEN J CONGRESSIONAL INTEPN, TO AUG. 29 AND 

STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 

GAILOR, AUDREY C SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND 

STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 

HARRELSON, MARY ALINE RECEPTIONIST, FROM OCT. 6 

KAEMPF, HELFN M SECPFTARY, FROM SFPT. 1 

LANK4RD, THOMAS ALAN 

LAZAR, JOYCF D FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

NOZFRO, VICTOPIA FROM JULY 1 

OCONNOR, MARGARET B TO AUG. 31 

OSBOURNE, CAROLYN M PERSONAL SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 

SAVAGE, MAXINE A FROM JULY 1 

TWOMBLY, MARGARET ANN FROM JULY 1 

WILSON, WANDA CAROL FROM JULY 1 



450.00 
4,300.02 
1,133.34 
3,124.98 
14,500.02 
3,941.66 

8,946.67 

203.25 

3,333.32 

5,916.67 

2,205.55 
486.11 
3,600.00 
5,074.36 
1,570.84 
3,450.00 
3,243.33 
1,416.66 



6,649.98 
8,100.00 
1,000.02 
8,500.02 
4,596.48 
433.33 
4,849.98 
14,500.02 
4,999.98 

1,210.00 
1,249.98 
3,799.98 
2,250.00 

5,475.54 
2,099.46 



2,583.33 
3,388.35 
2,371.98 
14,500.02 
1,250.00 

4,286.49 
3, 180.00 

3,254.39 

2,600.00 
1,416.67 
1,855.00 
8,500.02 
530.00 
4,663.98 
1,666.66 
4, 134.00 
4,663.98 
1,833.50 
4,663.98 



57 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JULIA BUTLER HANSEN 

BAILEY, ROBERT C WESTERN ADM ASST, $10,115.52 

BENNETT, MICHAEL C STAFF ASST, 7,000.02 

BUTTERFIELD, RHONOA F STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 1 902.15 

CARLSON, ROY F ADMIN ASST, 1*, 491. 98 

DEJARNATT, SUSAN STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 551.82 

EDWARDS, CYNTHIA B STAFF AIDE, 3,602.28 

HARTZOG, GEORGE B, III CLERK, TO AUG. 18 640.64 

HEDLUND, CAROLINE IRIS STAFF AIDE, 3,750.48 

MERRILL, FREDERICK, JR ASST, TO SEPT. 30 3,000.00 

NEILSON, JENNIFER J STAFF ASSISTANT, 5,553.25 

SPRINGER, PATRICIA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

STARLING, DEBORAH ANN STAFF AIOE, 3,602.28 

TURNER, MARGARITA V EXEC SECRETARY, 7,422.00 

OFFICE OF HON. ORVAL HANSEN 

ALLEN, JOAN B 3,450.12 

BLANDFORD, JULIE CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,740.25 

OAGNEY, LOUISE H EXEC SECRETARY, 8,299.98 

HEARN, WINONA M 3,450.12 

INNES, ANDREA L PRESS ASST., 4,500.00 

MAHONEY, CHRISTINE M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 765.96 

MATTHIAS, EDNA F SECRETARY 3,600.00 

MCCAMPBELL, EVELYN M CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 621.00 

MELROSE, MARY K TO AUG. 31 1,216.66 

NEEL, ANNE C CLERK, 3,525.00 

NOTESTINE, DIANE M FIFLO SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 2,575.00 

OLSON, EVELYN H CASE WORKER, 7,000.02 

OXFORD, DAVID A LEGIS ASST 7,050.00 

POZELL, JOSEPH CLERK, 3,600.00 

REID, ROBIN SECRETARY, 3,600.00 

SHADDUCK, LOUISE ADM ASST, 14,500.02 

STOUT, ELLA R CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 1,700.01 

OFFICE OF HON. MICHAEL HARRINGTON 

ASH, AOFLE L CLERK, 1,917.48 

8ERMAN, ROGER L CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,000.00 

BRADY, KILLIAN J, JR CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 2,000.17 

COOK, SUSAN K CLERK, FROM OCT. 25 TO NOV. 24 AND 

F*OM DEC. 1 867.80 

DORFSMAN, MICHAEL J CLERK, FROM JULY I TO JULY 15 AND FROM 

AUG. 16 3,750.00 

FRANK, BARNEY CLERK, FROM JULY 3 TO OCT. 31 AND 

ADMIN ASST, FROM NOV. 1 11,813.04 

HEALEY, JOHN CLERK, 7,953.00 

JOHNSON, DAVID T CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 15 AND FROM 

AUG. 16 TO SEPT. 15 AND FROM OCT. 16 

TO OCT. 31 2,333.31 

LARSEN, ALLISON L CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,115.00 

MCDONALD, JOHN L, JR CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 24 1,205.41 

MCDOWELL, SOPHIA F CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1, COO. 00 

MILDEN, RANDY SUE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

MOORCONES, ANN E CLERK, TO JULY 31 625.08 

NELSON, CANDICE JEAN CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 1,626.00 

REGAN, MARY C CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 2,757.68 

ROY, MARGARET ELAINE 3,919.02 

SACKS, DAVID CLERK, FROM DEC. 16 264.14 

SCHUKER, JILL ANITA CLERK, 5,522.52 

SCOULOGENIS, CATHERINE CLERK, 3,183.00 

SHARKEY, MARGARET P CLERK, 4,813.98 

SPENCER, MARIA G CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 625.08 

SULLIVAN, CHRISTINE B CLFRK, FROM JULY 1 5,087.60 

VITALI, SAMUEL A CLERK, FROM JULY 16 TO AUG. 15 AND 

FROM SEPT. 16 TO OCT. 15 AND FROM NOV. 

16 TO DEC. 16 303.33 

WALMSLEY, LLOYD A CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OEC. 1 ... 2,757.68 

WASSERMAN, WILLIAM S ADM ASST, TO JULY 2 37.98 

WEBER, JOSEPHINE CLERK, FROM NOV. 25 1,108.33 

WEISBERG, STUART E CLERK, FROM JULY 16 TO AUG. 15 1,200.00 

WILLIAMSON, MARY E CLERK, TO NOV. 30 1,958.30 



58 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31. 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM H. HARSHA 

ARMISTEAO, MARY JEAN $8,300.10 

CHAPLA, PATRICIA ELLEN 4,496.76 

COX, MARIANNE SCHALBERT TO OCT. 17 2,673.07 

DAWSON, CAROL P SECRETARY/RECEPTIONIST, FROM OCT. 8 .. 1,613.88 

FERGUSON, JOAN L SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 500.00 

FINKEN, MARGARET V CASEWORKER, A, 620.00 

GABRIELSON, THERESA E 9,250.02 

HARMON, MARGARET E 7,872.96 

HOLMES, MARY M 4,282.50 

LIGHTFOOT, JAMES E, JR 01 ST ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 15 ... 750.00 

MCEWEN, ROBERT DOUGLAS CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 31 AND 

FROM JULY 23 TO SEPT. 15 1,466.67 

MURRAY, JAMES ALLEN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 2 TO 

AUG. 29 AND CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO 

SEPT. 11 399.17 

PALMER, JACQUELINE P SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 15 1,812.50 

SPRINKLE, LOUISE F 3,412.86 

STINER, JAMES E, JR 7,422.00 

TROLLINGFP, BARBARA A 3,019.02 

WOODS, SHEILA K CLERK, FROH SEPT. 24 1,050.83 

YATES, NADINE SANOERS CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 1,666.66 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES HARVEY 

BOYCE, ELIZABETH B STAFF ASST, FROM NOV. 15 958.33 

COROEN, JAMES T DISTRICT REP, 3,799.98 

DAWSON, CAROL KNAPE SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

DIGBY, JAMES K STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 ... 583.33 

EDWARDS, E NFEL, JR PRESS t LEGIS AIDE, TO SEPT. 30 AND 

LEGIS ASST, FROM OCT. I 4,550.01 

EVERFTT, CAROLYN A SECTY, FROM OCT. 1 1,875.00 

FALKENBERG, BRUCE STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 1 2,546.66 

GOSS, JEAN R SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

GUBACK, IRFNE L PERSONAL SECRETARY, 8,350.02 

HESS, DIANE K SECRETARY, 4,549.98 

JONES, JEFFFRY P STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

LAUX, DENISE PEARCF SECRETARY, 2,599.98 

LOMAX, HELEN L SECRETARY, 6,349.98 

LOOPER, JANET A SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 .... 1,300.00 

RUBLE, DEBRA ANN SECRETARY, 3,900.00 

SPARLING, JAMES M, JR ADMIN ASST, 14,500.02 

WEINBERG, MICHAEL A LEGIS ASST, FROM SEPT. 15 4,583.34 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES F. HASTINGS 

BRADLEY, CLARE L FXEC SECTY, 10,950.00 

CARY, MATTHEW J LFGIS ASST, 4,750.02 

FORD, ARLENF R CLERK, 2,800.02 

GERRINGER, CLAIR G CLERK, 3,850.02 

HAMILTON, SUE M DIST REP, 4,200.00 

JOHNSON, SPENCER C LEGIS ASST, 7,500.00 

JONES, LEONARD B CLERK, 949.98 

NICHOLS, MARY E CLEPK, 9,799.98 

POKRANDT, CHARLES H PRESS SECTY, 8,500.02 

RAEON, RICHARD J CLERK, 1,795.98 

TEAGUE, HOUSTON L ADM ASST, 11,149.98 

TIERNEY, JOSEPH W, JR CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

WEIL, S«LLY L CASEWORKER, 4,500.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM 0. HATHAWAY 

BACHRACH, ELINOR R LFGIS AIDE, FROM AUG. 1 5,000.00 

BOISCLAIR, SUZANNE 4,681.20 

CARTER, DAVIS BLAKF FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 500.00 

CLARK', CLARFNCF P 2,506.02 

OOWLING, RICHARD J TO JULY 31 1,239.28 

DREW, N'JRMAN E 8,140.92 

DYE, SHARON S SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 291.67 

GAMACHE, ALBERT P 13,671.66 

GANNON, LORETTA A C LFRK-T YP I ST , FROM DEC. 1 1,000.00 

LARRABEE, ROBFPT R CIERK, FROM JUt Y 1? TO AUG. 31 530.83 

MCNALLY, ELIZABETH A SFCRETARY 7,000.02 

MILLER, JANFT CLEPK, FROM SEPT. 1 1,733.32 

MITCHELL, KATHPYN CASFWOPKER, 4,999.98 



59 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM D. HATHAWAY - CONTINUED 

OCONNOR, J TIMOTHY PRESS ASST, FROM AUG. 1 $5,416.65 

POLIQUIN, LOUISE G 2.664.78 

SHEEHAN, FRANCES E LEGIS ASST, 7,000.02 

SILVER, WARPEN M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 600.00 

TRIPP, MARTHA JEAN SECRETARY 2,299.98 

OFFICE OF HON. AUGUSTUS F. HAWKINS 

BARBEE, JUANITA E CLERK, 12,000.00 

BOYO, DOROTHY E CLERK, 6,196.02 

BROWN, GEORGE E, JR CLERK, 1,000.02 

COOPER, DORIS FAYE CLERK, TO JULY 31 433.33 

COPE, JOHN, JR CLERK, 6,000.00 

DAVENPORT, RUBY B CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,524.99 

FERRELL, ESTHER N CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 962.49 

FRITZ, SYLVIA CLEPK, FROM NOV. 1 TO DEC. 12 560.00 

HIGGINBOTHAM, MARYF 7,999.98 

HOWELL, BRENOA JO CLFRK, FROM DEC. 13 240. OC 

KNOX, CHARLES E CLERK, 14,500.02 

LEWIS, DALE ANN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

MAYNARD, MATTIE L FROM JULY 1 6,579.15 

RACHAL, MAMIE RUTH CLERK, 1,066.68 

RAY, JOSEPH E, JR CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 800.00 

ROBERSON, DEBORAH G CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 320.83 

WALKER, ROOSEVELT CLERK 1,050.00 

WILSON, STEPHEN C CLERK, 4,999.98 

WOODWARD, EDNA C CLERK, 4,500.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WAYNE L. HAYS 

ARTER, WILLIAM A 3,442.08 

BLAKE, ELIZABETH A 4,153.32 

BLAKE, RICHAPD BRADLEY ASST CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 1,083.34 

BOHATCH, THERESE IRENE CLERK-TYPIST, TO AUG. 31 900.00 

DIXON, LEE J CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 600.00 

HESLIN, H ELAINE EXEC SECRETARY, 9,271.98 

JOZWIAK, MARILYN SUE CLERK, 3,146.58 

LENTINA, LYNNETTE M CLERK, 4,248.24 

LITTEN, EVELYN JEAN 4,711.08 

LONG, KENNETH OWEN 3,366.72 

PAPPAS, CAROL L SECRETARY, 4,999.98 

PEAK, PATRICIA E PEPSONAL SECRETARY, 7,917.42 

PEKAR, DFATRA IRENE 4,986.00 

VANNELLE, FRANK 6,543.66 

OFFICE OF HON. F. FDWARD HEBERT 

ALLEN, CLIFTON CLERK, 1,999.98 

BUPGUIFRES, VIRGINIA R EXEC SECRETARY, 12,300.00 

BURNETT, LOU GEHRIG PRESS ASST, 7,099.98 

COFFEY, LEONARD J CLERK, 2,299.98 

CORPICK, ANN M CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 4,000.00 

OASHIELL, NANCY IRWIN SECTY, FROM DEC. 1 666.67 

GIANNOBILE, PATSY A CLERK, 3,000.00 

GRABER, ALBERT L, JR CLERK, 1,000.02 

GRAYSON, MARY DALE CLERK, TO AUG. 20 541.67 

HUY, ALICE F SECRETARY, 6,199.98 

MIRE, CLAIRE P CLERK, 1,000.02 

MOORE, ALMA B SECRETARY, 7,000.02 

SWANN, MARY V AOMIN ASST 14,500.02 

WOLFE, JESSY L SECRETARY, 5,500.02 

OFFICE OF HON. KEN HECHLER 

ATWOOD, JANNA C FROM DEC. 1 683.33 

3R0H, SUSAN M 4,540.02 

BRUCE, LAWRENCE E, JR FROM SEPT. 1 4,833.32 

BUTLER, PATRICIA ANN FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,070.92 

ESHENBAUGH, REBECCA L STAFF ASST 3,988.50 



71-124 O - 72 



60 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. KEN HECHLER - CONTINUED 



ESPOSITO, JOHN V 

ESTE°, EUGENIA C 

FITTRO, JAMES A 

GLOO, AMANDA W FROM SFPT. 1 TO SFPT. 30 

GOODRICH, ROBERT A, JR FROM AUG. 1 

GRANT, OAVNA FRANCES CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 17 TO 

AUG. 31 AND FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 

HEIRONIMUS, RICHARD, JR TO AUG. 8 

HELME, EDWARD A INTERN, TO JULY 31 

KESSINGER, NANCY B FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

LEONARD, RICHARD H PRESS SECRETARY 

LIVELY, RONALD L 

HAROLD, RICHARD L FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

MCCORMICK, DIANN 

MILLER, MARY MARGARET 

RADER, FREDERICK A FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

ROACH, JUDY DIXON FROM AUG. 9 

ROSENBLUM, CARLA J CLFRK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

SKEEN, VIRGINIA 

TONKOVICH, DANIEL R TO AUG. 31 

OFFICE OF HON. MARGARET M. HECKLER 

BARTHOLOMEW, SHIRLEY L CASE ASST, TO NOV. 16 

CABRAL, EDWARD DIST AIDE, FROM AUG. 1 

CLAPP, VIRGINIA L SECTY, FROM NOV. 17 TO NOV. 25 

CURRAN, EDWARD B SPECIAL ASST, 

DFLANEY, JAMES E STAFF ASST, TO SEPT. 30 AND LEGIS 

ASST, FROM OCT. 1 

DUFAULT, KENNETH DIST AIDE, FROM AUG. 1 

EDMONDS, JANET M DISTRICT STAFF ASST, 

EDMONDS, NANCY ELLIS DIST ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 .... 

GRAVES, W LARRY LEGIS ASST, TO SEPT. 30 

HORNER, JOHN R STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND 

CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 

IRION, DONALD C CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 16 TO AUG. 31 .. 
ISBER, CAROLINE STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 AND DIST ASST, 

FROM SEPT. 1 

LESAGE, MARVIS F DISTRICT STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 

RAYBALL, JOSEPH C, SR ADM ASST, 

READE, ARTHUR I, JR DIST ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND 

FROM NOV. 1 

RICE, EDMUND B STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 1 

RUOASILL, JOAN M SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 26 

SHACKELFORD, LAURA L PERSONAL SECTY, FROM DEC. 1 

TILTON, VIRGINIA ROSE PERSONAL SECTY, TO NOV. 30 

TYSON, PATTI BIRGE EXEC ASST, 

WARE, MARGARET J STAFF ASST, TO NOV. 16 AND LEGIS ASST, 

FROM NOV. 17 

WHITE, ROBIN LANE RECEPTIONIST-SECRETARY, TO NOV. 16 AND 

CASE ASST, FROM NOV. 17 



$4,080.00 

4,540.02 

4,333.98 

416.67 

2,630.08 

800.00 
423.28 
625.00 

1,166.66 
10,374.00 

4,400.00 
833.33 

5,792.52 

3,600.00 
416.67 

2,366.67 
820.00 

6,561.48 

1,360.00 



3,400.00 

833.35 

130.00 

12,498.00 

3,750.00 
4,166.65 
3,499.98 
300.00 
3,375.00 

1,408.33 

600.00 

3,833.33 

1,200.00 
12,649.98 

1,567.23 

1,500.00 

655.55 

625.00 

3,750.00 

8,749.98 

3,561.10 



OFFICE OF HON. H. JOHN HEINZ III 



BODE, JOANNE 
CHIRDON, JANICE A 
CONNELLY, MAUREEN R 
EISENBERG, WARREN W 
MARTZ, RUSSELL D 
MCDOWELL, PATRICIA K 
MCGREGOR, JAMES R 
SENANIS, DOLORES M 
SHANKO, JUDITH A 
SIEGEL, RICHARD J 
SIRIANNI, DOMINIC C 
WADLEY, DOROTHY C 
WARDROP, CONSTANCE V 
WHITMER, GEOPGE R 



CLERK, 
CLERK, 
CLERK, 
CLERK, 
CLERK, 
CLERK, 
CLERK, 



FROM DEC. 

FROM NOV. 

FROM NOV. 

FROM NOV. 

FROM NOV. 

FROM NOV. 

FROM NOV. 
CLERK, FROM DEC. 
CLERK, FROM NOV. 

FROM NOV. 

FROM NOV. 

FROM NOV. 

FROM NOV. 

FROM NOV. 



CLFRK, 
CLERK, 
CLERK, 
CLERK, 
CLERK, 



8 511.11 

3 1,006.94 

2 2,212.50 

15 3,705.56 

2 3,163.05 

3 1,868.89 

2 3,126.67 

1 100.00 

3 1,006.94 

3 2,062.23 

3 1,466.11 

2 841.12 

2 518.88 

3 1,675.56 



« 61 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. HENRY HELSTOSKI 



BRZOSTOWSKI, JOSEPH S LEGISLATIVE DIRECTOR, TO DEC. 12 AND 

CONSULTING ASST, FROM OFC . 13 

CAPAZO, JUDITH CLERK-TYPIST, TO DEC. 12 AND SECTY, 

FROM DEC. 13 

CASSELLA, STEFAN D CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

CLARK, LINDA C SECTY, FROM OCT. I TO OCT. 31 

CONLON, RICHARD P RESEARCH ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

DEFALCO, NATALIE CLERK, DIST OFFICE, 

DUNN, KATHLEEN SUE SECRETARY, FPOM NOV. 1 

ENGLISH, ALYCE M SECRETARY, 

GREER, FRANKLIN CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

HAYSTEAD, PATRICIA H P CLERK-TYPIST, TO DEC. 12 AND SECTY, 

FROM DEC. 13 

KELLEY, SHIRLEY A SECRETARY, 

LINAHAN, EILEEN AGNES SECRETARY, TO OCT. 19 

MAZELLA, HELEN RECEPTIONIST, 

PORRO, ALFRED A, JR ADM ASST, 

SCHAMBERG, ALAN CLERK-DIST OFFICE, 

SHAFER, ANNETTE A SECRETARY, 

SHEA, RICHARD J LEGIS ASST, FROM OCT. 28 

STARACE, JEANNE DISTRICT SECTY, FROM DEC. 13 

SULLIVAN, JOSEPH T ADMIN DIRECTOR, 

OFFICE OF HON. DAVID N. HENDERSON 

BARKER, HOWARD R 

BELL, VIRGINIA H CLERK, FROM JUl Y 1 

BOWEN, KATHPYN 

DENNING, UONNA LEE 

MCGOWEN, MARIE W 

ROBERTS, FRANCES NIXON 

STEPHENS, MARY WINSTON CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 31 

VONOESEN, ALICE ELAINE ' 

WHITLEY, CHARLES AOMIN ASST, 

OFFICE OF HON. FLOYD V. HICKS 

BROZ, VICTOR RUDOLPH LEGIS ASST, 

FLANAGAN, JOHANNA P SECRETARY, 

FURSETH, DALIS M SECRETARY, 

GLICKFELD, CAROLE L STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 1 

HELLFS, META EMMA SUE LEGIS 4SST, 

JACKSON, BARRIF R 

KALIVAS, DEAN S STAFF ASST, 

PUISH1S, SHIRLEY A 

SMITH, LEONARD R, JR STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 AND FROM OCT. 1 

SUDOW, ELLEN L PESEAPCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 

TRICH, MARY FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 23 

WHITE, RICHARD W CLERK, FROM JULY 15 TO AUG. 19 

OFFICE OF HON. LOUISE DAY HICKS 

BARNA, SARA A SECRETARY, 

BENNETT, ANNE LOUISE AIDF, 

BISHOP, HEN»Y CONG AIDF, 

OAPCY, JOHN FRANCIS CONG. AIDE, 

EAGAR, MARY KATHLEEN SECRETARY, 

FITZGERALD, JEANNE M CONG AIDE, 

HAHN, MARY SUSAN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

HENDERSON, WILLIAM F, JR CONG AIDF, 

JOYCE, ELEANOR M CONGRESSIONAL A I OE , 

LUCCIOf RICHARD A AIDE, 

LYNCH, WILLIAM G CONGRESSIONAL LIAISON OFFICFR, 

MCDONOUGH, THOMAS F AIDE, 

MCNULTY, ROBERT J LEGIS ASST, 

PECEVICH, LOUISE ANN CONG AIDE, FPOM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 15 ... 

STOWE, )OROTHY A AIDE, FPOM NOV. 3 

WALSH, THOMAS D CONGPE SS ICINAl AIDE, 

WHELAN, MARIE C FXFC ASST 



8,825.71 

3,832.52 

450.00 

350.00 

449.00 

1,450.02 

1,453.34 

6,387.50 

449.00 

3,662.52 
5,137.52 
3,938.34 
4,950.00 
9,499.98 
2,550.00 
4,284.98 
2,212.51 
100.00 
9,539.48 



12,000.00 
3,250.02 
6,661.20 
5,810.94 
2,740.74 
9,458.46 
300.00 
3,874.98 

14,500.02 



4,050.02 
2,250.00 
3,499.98 
3,000.00 
6,000.00 
7,750.00 
7,000.02 
7,494.48 
3,832.51 
3,000.00 
230. CO 
486.11 



.00 
.02 
,02 
,02 
,22 
.00 



3,900. 
4,000. 
2,500. 
2,500. 
7,226. 
6,000. 

450.00 
3,250.02 
2,500.02 
8,500.02 
3, 100.02 
3,000.00 
10,500.00 
1,250.00 
1,288.89 
3,750.00 
4,999.98 



62 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. ELWOOO HILLIS 



BFNJAMIN, 
BURKE, NAP 
CARROLL, M 
DRIVER, BE 
FALCONE, H 
FELABUM, L 
GLAZIER, S 
GR1MSLEY, 
GUOGEL, PI 
LOUNSBURY, 
LOWENBACH, 
PARKE", PA 
ROWE, PATR 
RUBY, DONA 
SMITH, DAN 
THOELKE, B 



AARON M 

GOT MCGECRGE 

APY JANE 

TTY J 

ARIA JOANNE 

IMDA M 

ARA FLLFN 

C CLOTELLE 

CHARD E 

SARI ANN 

J ROBFRT 
ULA MICHELLE 
IK H 
LD W 
IEL B 
APBARA A 



WATSON, JUDITH 
WILLIAMS, PATRICIA LEE 



OFFICE OF HON. LAWRENCE J. 

BERRY, NANCY T 
CLARK, JANICE ANN 
COTTER, JOHN B, JR 
DELANO, TONI ANN 
FEENEY, BARBARA LYNN 
FERNANDES, ROSITA L 
HAHN, JENNIFER L 

HOFFR, ANITA M 
HOLCOMB, GERARD F 
JUOKINS, OLIVIA S 
KALLINA, BEATRICE L 
KERNKAMP, MARION R 
LONG, BRENDA L 
MCDONOUGH, MARY ALICE 
MILLER , JOAN C 
MODLY, ILONA M 
RESNICOFF, STFVFN HY 
ROYLANCE, MAPILYN 
SANDERS, ROSE MARIE 
SPARKES, JEAN M 

THREATTE, JAMES C 
TUCKMAN, MORTON C 
WHITEHEAD, MARGARET S 



CLERK, FROM SFPT. 1 

CLERK , 

SPECIAL PROJECTS ASST, TO AUG. 31 .... 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 

CLERK, 

CLERK, TO JULY 16 

CLERK, 

a i-pk, 

FIELD MAN, FROM NOV. 1 

CLERK, 

CLERK, TO AUG. 13 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 7 

ADMIN ASST, 

CLERK, TO AUG. 13 

CLERK, TO OCT. 31 AND PERSONAL 

SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 1 

LEGIS AIDE, FROM JULY 19 

CLERK, 

HOGAN 

PRESS AIDE, FROM NOV. 3 

RECEPTIONIST, TO AUG. 31 

PRESS SECTY, FROM JULY 1 

SECTY, FROM DEC. 13 

RECEPTIONIST, FROM JULY 1 

SECRET APY, 

PRFSS AIDE, TO NOV. 14 AND 

LEGISLATIVE AIDE, FROM NOV. 15 

CLFRK-TYPIST, FROM AUG. I TO OCT. 31 . 

SPECIAL ASST, 

RECEPTIONIST, FROM JULY 1 

PRFSS AIDE, FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 15 ... 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM JULY 1 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM OCT. 4 

CI FPK-TYPIST, 

SECRETARY-RECEPTIONIST, FROM JULY 1 .. 

ADM ASST, 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

LEGIS SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 22 

SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 1 

CASE WORKER, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 

AND ADM ASST, FROM DEC. 1 

SPECIAL ASST-PROJECTS, TO NOV. 30 .... 

CONSULTANT, FROM OCT. I 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM OCT. 18 TO NOV. 12 



«2, 



166.68 
349.98 
700.00 
066.68 
299.98 
346.67 
033.34 
550.00 
500.00 
249.98 
656.94 
666.68 
058.35 
500.02 
621.11 

599.98 
725.00 
850.00 



1,208.33 
1,000.96 
4,755.56 
325.00 
3,208.83 
5,072.88 

3,983.89 

780.00 

3,115.00 

5,072.88 

1,983.32 

6,516.68 

1,450.00 

3,208.83 

4,403.94 

7,500.00 

450.00 

1,845.00 

683.33 

6,339.45 
8,351.65 

1,500.00 
486.11 



OFFICE OF HON. CHET HOLIFIELD 

BRANSCUM, MARILYN A SECRETARY, , 

CHAPEL, ANTOINETTE T SECRETARY, 

HARDY, LEROY C ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 1 , 

HOLIFIELD, VERNICE RECEPTIONIST-CLERK, 

KLEIN, ADAM J ADM ASST, FROM JULY 1 , 

MILLER, LINDA L SECRETARY, , 

ODEMAR, FLORENCE M SECRETARY, , 

OOONNELL, WILLIAM C DIST REP, 

PATRONITE, JANE H , 

PHILLIPS, LILIAN M SECRETARY 

STRANSKE, TIMOTHY W CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 ..... 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK HORTON 

BRANDS, SUSAN H OFFICE MANAGER, 

COOPER, WAYNE L EXEC ASST, , 

COWDERY, PAMELA OFFICE ASST, FROM OCT. 1 

DUNN, EDWARD W SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 

FISCHETTI, TERESA E RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

FLING, KAREN J LEGIS SECTY, FROM JULY 20 

GOLDMAN, JOYCE F MEDIA ASST, 



5,411.88 
3,949.98 
4,800.00 
5,342.64 

12,499.98 
5,411.34 
9,607.80 

11,250.00 

625.02 

6,683.28 

450.00 



5,671.02 
6,404.18 

529.17 
1,425.01 

600.00 
3,130.54 
4,050.00 



63 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK HORTON - CONTINUED 

GOTTFRIED, ELLEN J DIST OFFICE ASST, FROM SFPT. 1 TO 

SEPT. 30 $300.00 

HAMBURGER, THOMAS K DIST OFFICE ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 

4 374.00 

HIGGINS, JEAN B CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 27 TO 

AUG. 15 190.00 

KELLY, ARTHUR W SPEC ASST, 5,194.02 

LAUMAN, LINDA J FED LIAISON SFCTY, 4,504.98 

LOVENHEIM, DAVID ADM ASST, 14,500.02 

MACDONALD, MARGUERITE CONGRESS I UNAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

JULY 26 260.00 

MARTIN, FRANCIS X, JR LEGIS SECTY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 16 .. 315.56 

MCNEICE, NIKKI D LEGIS SfcCTY, 4,249.98 

NEWTON, JOYCE H FED LIAISON SECTY, 5,458.98 

NORMENT, LUCYNA B RECEPTIONIST, 3,925.02 

OHAGAN, NOREEN A SECRETAPY, 3,491.68 

SCULLY, CAROL ANN DIST OFF SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

TAMMEN, SUSAN SMITH LEGIS AIOE, 4,750.02 

OFFICE OF HON. CRAIG HOSMER 

BECKER, CLARE E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 28 580.00 

DONNELLY, GARY W CLERK, 4,650.00 

FINLAYSON, ELIZABETH FROM JULY 1 5,749.98 

HANCHETT, JAMES G 11,166.67 

HARVEY, MARTHA JANE 4,099.98 

HATHAWAY, MICHAEL D CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 600.00 

KAR8ER, PATRICIA ANN 4,650.00 

KARRER, PHILLIP A CONSULTANT, FROM OCT. 1 3.C0C.00 

LUKEN, DAVID W 3,900.00 

PRESTON, VERN 9,999.98 

SPARSHOTT, FRANCES L FROM JULY 1 6,666.68 

WICKHAM, MARJORIE A FROM JULY 1 7,066.65 

YOUNG, MADDIE L FROM JULY 1 5,200.02 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES J. HOWARO 

ANNATONE, SUSAN FROM AUG. 25 TO DEC. 7 2,002.77 

BALDWIN, PATRICIA L CONGRESSIONAL INTFRN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 600.00 

BLADES, NANCY FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 6 480.00 

BRYSON, JOY BRISTOL CLERK, FROM AUG. 17 2,783.89 

COROES, FRANCINE M RESEARCH ASST, 666.67 

CtlX, MARY JANF 8,310.00 

DUFFY, JOHN A 3,955.02 

EDWARDS, LILLIAN E 2,350.02 

HIGGINS, KATHLEEN SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 333.33 

MATWIEJUK, HELEN RECEPTIONIST, FROM NOV. 22 758.33 

MCCLUNG, ROBIN W TO SEPT. 17 1,927.13 

MUTZ, FRED J LEGISLATIVE ASST, 12,720.00 

SEVIER, LISA SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO DEC. 7 .... 2,290.27 

SHERK, SUSAN D 4,412.50 

SHERMAN, MARILYN J TO AUG. 13 1,076.19 

SULLIVAN, TIMOTHY F 13,789.98 

THOMPSON, J CARROLL CASEWORKER, TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 5 5,306.12 

WFST, EONA F 4,455.00 

WEST, JERRY W 1,510.02 

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

CLARK, KIM AOMIN ASST, 12,974.52 

COLFMAN, J MICHAEL CLFRK, TO AUG. 16 894.44 

FALWELL, GARY E CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 1,666.68 

FORD, JEANNE B CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 2,500.00 

KAVPUCK, DEBORAH CLERK, TO SEPT. 5 1,456.72 

LUNIN, BARRY J CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 800.00 

LYNCH, MARGARET H EXEC SECRETARY, 9,280.62 

PEARL, WILLIAM DAVID CLERK, FROM AUG. 16 2,025.00 

ROPER, CAROLINE D 4,000.02 

SHAMBERGER, JAMES M LEGIS ASST, 8,300.10 

WILSON, FRANCIS M 7,872.96 



64 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM L 



. HUNG 



ATE 



BENN, HILDA E SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 .... 

BROMBERG, MARLYS L SECRETARY, 

CLARK, LINDA C CLERK, TO JULY 31 

CONLON, RICHARD P RESEARCH ASSISTANT, TO JULY 31 , 

COOK, CLAIR M RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

COWDEN, ARTHUR M CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 , 

OEW, BEATRICE V SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 20 TO NOV. 11 .. 

DRULMAN, DOROTHY T SECTY, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 , 

DRURY, CLAIRE TELMANIK SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 27 TO NOV. 30 ., 

EBY, MARY NAOMI SECRETARY, 

KESSLER, VICTORIA M SECRETARY, , 

LEMBO, ROBERT A CLERK, TO AUG. 15 , 

L1GG0N, MARY LOU PERSONAL SECY, 

LOTTMANN, PAMELA C SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 15 , 

MCBRIDE, PATRICIA ANN CLFRK, TO NOV. 30 AND CASE WORKER, 

FROM DEC. 1 , 

PAGNELLA, ROSETTA ANN ADM ASST, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 5 , 

PANNETON, SANDRA N SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 13 , 

ROSS, MARION CHAMPLEE SECRETARY, , 

SCHIEFFER, JANET MARIE DISTRICT SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND 

SECTY, FROM DEC. 1 , 

SLATER, WILLIAM DIST REP, , 

STEINER, WELDON H PRESS SEC, , 

STRAUBE, JOYCE MARIE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 16 TO AUG. 31 .., 

STRAUBE, KAREN SUE SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 , 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN E. HUNT 

3ELLIS, KENNETH LEGISASST, , 

COSTELLO, RUTH SECRFTARY , 

DONAHUE, KATHY CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 , 

GILLESPIE, FLORENCE M , 

GLICKSMAN, MARIE A SECRETARY, , 

GLINES, CARL R, JR PRESS SECTY, , 

MACNEIL, ELWELL DIST REP, , 

MILLS, ROBERTA J CLERK, , 

MUHRFELD, JOHN H DIST RFP, 

RITCHEY, JUDITH G PERS SECTY, , 

SOHL, NANCY ADM ASST, i 

STOFRRLE, LOUISE J SECTY-CLERK, 

TREW, MARGIE H SECTY-CASE WORKER, , 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD HUTCHINSON 

BENDER, HELFN B , 

GAULDIN, WILLIAM W, JR I 

HERSH, PHYLLIS M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 14 .... 

MEIER, DOLORES ANN SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 9 

MORGAN, HOLLIS W 

MORGAN, LARRY L PRESS SECRETARY, i 

PHILLIPS, JUANITA , 

RIBAUDO, MELISSA JAYNE TO AUG. 31 i 

SCHULTZ, A G i 

STOCKMAN, STEVE W SUMMER INTERN, TO AUG. 6 , 

UPTON, BETSY I TO AUG. 6 , 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD H. ICHORD 

ALLIGER, CAROL S SECTY, FROM AUG. 1 , 

3ELSHE, JOYCE 

CARTFR, MARY BUSCH MEDIA CONSULTANT, FROM DEC. 1 , 

CYRQN, MAUREEN DOYLE RECEPTIONIST, TO JULY 17 I 

HANEY, JEWFLL M , 

HARBAUGH, EILEEN 

HENORIX, KARYL KAY SECRETARY, 

HERZIG, NANCY G 

ONEILL, KATHRYN H , 

PATTIE, BETTY POGUE SFCRETARY, 

RANDOLPH, JOSEPHINE S SECRETARY , 

SPONSLER, BILLY C 

WAGNER, MARY LOU SECRETARY, FROM JULY I TO AUG. 31 .... 

WEKENBORG, VIRGINIA 

WHARTON, PATTY JO 



$300.00 

1,950.00 

400.00 

200.00 

200.00 

400.00 

1,473.34 

646.00 

1,813.33 

6,611.48 

5,450.00 

450.00 

7,250.00 

1,303.33 

4,025.00 

12,050.00 

500.00 

6,893.58 

1,850.00 
4,591.40 
5,191.40 

600.00 
2,887.50 



7,660.02 
4,035.00 
900.00 
2,561.22 
4,035.00 
4, 197.48 
5,602.50 
4,035.00 
6,229.98 
5,275.02 
11,520.00 
1,872.48 
7,660.02 



6,000.00 

7,430.76 

440.00 

3,000.00 

9,375.30 

8,215.02 

3,183.00 

1,501.78 

14,491.92 

390.00 

390.00 



3,416.65 
2,546.58 
1,000.00 
381.79 
2,480.70 
2,546.58 
4,500.00 
3,400.02 
4,162.50 
4,500.00 
5,567.52 

13,990.08 
387.44 

14,073.72 
5,022.60 



65 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31. 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. ANDREW JACOBS, JR. 



AGRESTA, ANGELA 
ANDERSON, ELEANORA M 
APPLEGATE, RICHARD A 
APPLEWHITE, JAMES R 
BLOOM, ANDREA K 
CARSON, JULIA M 
CARSON, TANYA T 
COELHO, PHYLLIS E 
DEANE, MARY K 
DOUGLAS, RODNEY L 
HAGGERTY, JUDSON F 
HEUSER, ALICE M 
MAHERN, LOUIS J, JR 
MYERS, RUFUS H, JR 
SCHREIBER, WILLIAM M 
SEIOENSTICKER, JAMES f 
SIMONS, ROBERTA . 
SINEX, ELLEN J 
STREETER, ELIZABETH B 



TO SEPT. 10 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 24 

ASSISTANT, 

ASSISTANT, 

CLERK, FROM JULY I TO JULY 31 ... 

ASSISTANT, 

CLERK, FROM AUG. I TO NOV. 30 ... 

SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY, 

CLERK, 

CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 

LEGIS. ASST., 

ADM ASST, 

LEGIS ASST, 

SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 1 ., 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 10 ... 
CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 



111 

3, 
4, 

7, 
It 
5, 
3, 
1, 
2, 

9, 
10, 
7, 
3, 
1, 



243.60 
565.83 
400.02 
750.02 
500.00 
150.02 
700.00 
749.98 
600.00 
800.00 
842.02 
433.33 
499.98 
000.02 
999.98 
959.28 
625.01 
200.00 
450.00 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN JARMAN 

BOYDSTON, JOYCE W 
CRUICKSHANK, JAMES 
HAMBERG, MILDRED G 
HASLUP, GRETLYN Z 
MCCUE, ELLEN H 
MOSHER, JUANITA 
MURRAY, C J 
SEEFELOT, BONNIE LEE 



CLERK, 6,000.00 

CLERK, 3,350.01 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, 12,850.02 

CLERK, 6,000.00 

SECRETAPY, 10,249.98 

13,549.98 

CLERK, 4,300.02 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, 13,150.02 



OFFICE OF HON. ALBERT W. JOHNSON 



CRIVELLA, BARBARA 
DODOS, ELIZABETH JANE 
GOOONOE, NANCY OEE 

HEISTFR, MARY E 

JESBERGER, MARY LOU 

LEWIS, WINIFRED R 
P0B3, ROBERT C, JR 
ROBERTS, MELINDA L 
WELLS, PAULINF G 
WOLFE, STEPHEN L 
WOOLRIDGE, NANCY J 



EXEC SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 8,388.84 

LEGIS CLERK, FROM JULY 1 4,882.50 

SECRETAPY, FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 AND 

FROM NOV. 5 3,539.77 

CASFWORKER, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 ANO 

FROM AUG. 5 4,815.89 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 .... 550.00 

SECPETARY, FPOM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 .... 381.82 

ADMIN ASST, FROM JULY 1 8,250.00 

SECRETAPY, FPOM SEPT. 1 2,166.68 

DIST OFF SFCPETAPY, 5,985.00 

OIST OFF ASST, 5,650.92 

SECRETARY, 3,775.98 



OFFICE UF HON. HAROLD T. JOHNSON 



BARNES, 

BENSKIN, 

BOONE, F 

BRAUN, J 

BUTTERWn 

OELLER, 

HUBRARD, 

KOLICH, 

MORSE, G 

PER EON I A 

SANTANGE 

SCHNEIDE 

WATSON, 



OWIGHT H 

JOAN M 
RANGES K 
UANITA DELL 
RTH, RUTH 
WILLIAM P 

EILEEN V 
JANE C 
ER7RU0E M 
DAVID S 
LO, LYNN P 
R, PAULA E 
EUGENE E 



SECRETARY, 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 16 

SECRETARY, 

CLERK, TO SEPT. 15 .. 

SECPETARY, 

TO NOV. 30 



13,990.08 
4,958.33 
4,368.18 
4,196.82 
7,131.36 
2,916.66 
3,235.32 
3,629.58 
3,954.30 
1,250.00 
4, 107.48 
4,011.60 

10,413.54 



66 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES RAPER JONAS 

BARRON, MARY C SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 6 $1,631.67 

BOTTS, ELIZABETH E SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 6,000.00 

BOWLES, LAWRENCE L AOMIN ASST, FROM JULY 1 9,000.00 

CORDES, ELIZABETH M SECRETARY, 4,450.02 

FIRKIN, OONNA K SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 9 1,685.57 

HATFIELD, JANE S SECTY, TO JULY 15 AND FROM SEPT. 1 ... 2,475.00 

JONES, G SHIRLEY EXECUTIVE SFCRETARY, 6,795.00 

LIVENGOOD, HELEN A SECRETARY, 5,625.00 

MALLISON, ALMETA SECRETARY, 1,060.02 

POOLE, EVELYN MAXINE SECRETARY, 4,450.02 

SIMPSON, ROXIE C SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 2,220.00 

OFFICE OF HON. ED JONES 

CASH, JEAN LOUISE SECTY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 1,749.99 

CASHDOLLAR, ROBERT A STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM NOV. 1 1,833.34 

CHAMBERS, RAYBON C CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM AUG. 15 TO SEPT. 7 858.88 

FREEMAN, R S FIELD SECTY, TO AUG. 31 AND OFFICE 

MGR, FROM SEPT. 1 5,681.46 

HANNUM, VIVIFNNE B SECRETARY, 4,906.08 

HARPOLE, JACOUELYN D SECRETARY, 5,111.76 

LANCASTER, RAY H 9,347.16 

MCCAFFREY, BETTYE J 2,130.96 

MCCULLOUGH, STEVEN R OFFICE PAGE, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 .. 533.33 

MCLEAN, DAWN P SECTY, TO OCT. 31 2,000.00 

MCLEAN, WOODFEN 13,671.66 

NORTON, JAMES F, JR OFFICE PAGE, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 .. 533.33 

PEELER, ALFRED W 3,442.08 

PERRY, LINDA S 6,173.28 

READER, MAPIBETH SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 1 583.33 

RUBERRY, MARY JANE SECRETARY, 3,499.98 

SEDBERRY, CARLTON N, III OFFICE PAGE, FROM NOV. 1 1,066.66 

SMITH, JIMMY C OFFICE PAGE, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 .. 533.33 

SWITZER, PONNIE PARK OFFICE PAGE, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 533.33 

THOMAS, GEORGE C 3,442.08 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT E. JONES 

ANDREWS, GEORGE W, III CLERK, FROM AUG. 2 TO SEPT. 30 1,475.00 

BAINE, CHARLES N CLERK, 1,060.02 

BEARD, MARILYN M SECRETARY, 8,291.67 

DUOA, MARGARET C CLERK, TO NOV. 30 AND SECRETARY, FROM 

OEC. 1 3,941.65 

MACHEN, JYLES DIST REP., 10,500.00 

MILSTEAO, GEORGE L ADM ASST, FROM JULY 1 14,250.00 

NOLEN, EDO CLERK, 2,691.68 

RASBURY, WILDA DIANE SECRETARY, 4,416.67 

RASCO, WILLIAM EARL LEGIS ASST., 11,083.32 

THROSSELL, JUDY LYNN SECRETARY, 4,566.67 

YOUNG, C GAFFNEY SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 625.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WALTER B. JONFS 

CURRY, GLORIA F PERSONAL SECRETARY, 6,994.57 

HARDEE, MARGARET W TO OCT. 31 1,560.20 

LEWIS, KAY ISLEY 1,663.98 

LUPTON, FLOYD J ADMIN ASST, 14,500.02 

OGLESBY, GENE H 1,971.78 

ONEAL, JANIE T SECRETARY, 4,875.13 

PATRICK, MILDRED G SECRETARY, 5,464.50 

POU, MARY SPOTTSWOOO SECRETARY, 4,122.77 

RUCKEP, PHYLLIS T SECRETARY, 6,143.35 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH E. KARTH 

ANTHONE, SUSAN P SECRFTAPY, TO SEPT. 30 AND CASE 

WORKER, FRCM OCT. 1 4,125.00 

8ECKMAN, KATHRYN L SECRETARY, 5,039.94 

DILLON, ELIZABETH ANN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

SECRETAPY, FROM AUG. 16 TO AUG. 31 ... 866.67 

HAMILL, JOHN RANSOM LEGIS ASST, 8,962.02 

HECHT, MARY ANN SECRETARY, 1,000.02 



67 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH E. KARTH - CONTINUED 

HESS, ROBERT E ADM ASST, $14,500.02 

RADMAN, MARY ELLEN SECRETARY, 5,377.26 

ROSENBAUM, BARBARA J SECRETARY, 4,505.40 

SUDOW, ELLEN L RESEARCH ASST, 1,000.02 

SULLIVAN, JANICE L SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 3,584.84 

TONAT, EDWARD LEGIS ASST, 13,469.88 

WEITZELL, PATRICIA J SECTY, FROM OCT. 21 1,959.98 

YOUNG, ROBERT E LEGIS ASST, 1,999.98 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT W. KASTENMEIER 

APPLEBAUM, STEWART H CLERK 6,750.00 

BOHMRICH, SUSAN L CLERK, FROM AUG. 16 2,775.02 

BROSSOW, NANCY JEAN CLERK, FROM JULY 23 3,247.80 

BURNS, MARILYN RUTH CLERK, 7,099.98 

CARR, JUDITH A CLERK, 5,200.00 

DAUGS, PALMER F CLERK, TO OCT. 3 2,325.00 

DYE, SHARON S OFFICE MGP , FROM NOV. 1 1,600.00 

FESTGE, OTTO SECTY, FROM AUG. 30 TO AUG. 31 AND 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND 

FROM OCT. 1 5,900.98 

GREER, FRANKLIN CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 15 545.84 

HERMANN, BEATRICE V CLERK, TO AUG. 15 616.67 

KRAUSE, PATRICIA A CLERK, TO JULY 31 800.00 

MAURER, LEONARD L CLERK, 7,500.00 

MCGLYNN, MAUREEN ANN CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 200.00 

MYERS, SHIRLEY ANN CLERK, FROM JULY 1 2,850.00 

NAGER, NORMA CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 5 . 3,606.13 

OSHIKI, KAZ AOM ASST, 13,950.00 

SCHAEFER, DAVID R CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 750.00 

SLAUGHTER, GENE K CLERK, FROM AUG. 16 TO DEC. 20 544.46 

VUKELICH, HELEN G CLERK, TO AUG. 29 AND FROM SEPT. 1 ... 1,790.00 



OFFICE OF HON. ABRAHAM KAZEN, JR. 



DURBANO, LILLIAN 
FLEMING, ROBERT H 
GRAY, ANITA D 
HACKLER, NORMA JEAN 
HENDERSON, WALLACE D 
MADISON, NANCY P 
MARTINEZ, ALFONSO A 
MURRAY, PATRICIA A 
PITTMAN, STELLA T 
SCHWARZ, KAREN A 



SECRETARY, 9,065.34 

ADM ASST, 12,193.68 

SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 .... 516.67 

STENO-CLERK, 2,985.66 

FIELD REP., 5,273.46 

STENOGRAPHER, 4,711.08 

RESEARCH CLERK, 6,369.06 

EXEC. SECRETARY, 9,478.62 

SECRETARY 5,593.50 

SECRETARY, 5,169.66 



OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM J. KEATING 



JR 



ARCHIBALD, CORINNE 
BLOCK, LOUIS THOMAS 
BOISSEAU, FITZ P, III 
BROWNE, CECILIA 
CRUDUP, JANE E 
DEHNER, WALTER J, 
DOYLE, JOAN ANNE 
FITTING, JOAN 
HAYDEN, HELEN E 
HAYES, THOMAS A 
HUBBLE, GAIL P 
MUETHING, DAVIO L 
NIEBEL, JANET LEE 

OTT, ROBERT B, JR 
PORTFR, JOSEPH M 
OUINLAN, JEANNE F 



RIVERS, JOHN R 



RUSSELL, JOHN K 
SAUNDERS, KAYE MARLENE 



RECEPTIONIST/SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 13 . 

LEGISLATIVE ASST, 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 23 

OFFICE CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 . 

SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 7 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

OFFICE CLFRK, FROM NOV. 13 

CASE WORKER, TO DEC. 3 

SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 16 

ADM ASST, 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, TO OCT. 16 

CLERK, FROM JULY I TO OCT. 31 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO 

DFC. 15 

OFFICE ASST, FROM SEPT. 9 TO NOV. 15 . 

RESEARCH ASST, TO JULY 31 

SECRETARY RECEPTIONIST, TO NOV. 30 AND 
PERSONAL SECRFTARY/OFF MANAGER, FROM 

DEC. 1 

RESEARCH ASST, TO NOV. 30 AND LEGIS 

AIDE, FROM DEC. 1 

PRESS ASST, 

SECRETARY, 



938.89 
4,437.52 

230.00 

375.00 
2,311.65 
1,300.00 

293.33 
3,400.02 

312.50 

11,250.00 

2,650.00 

1,000.01 

4,354.19 
372.24 

662.50 



3,916.67 

4,041.68 

10,000.02 

3,499.98 



68 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM J. KEATING - CONTINUED 



SCOTT, SUSAN A DIST ASST, *4,249.98 

SUNDERMANN, MARY E SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 9 TO OCT. 9 .... All. 33 

TPAUTH, JOSEPH L, JR DISTRICT MANAGER, A, 425. 00 

WILLKE, MARIE SECTY, TO AUG. 31 953. 34 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES KEE 

BEANE, LINOA H 4,606.08 

BLIZZARD, GEORGE D 4,282.68 

30YD, ROXIE 4,606.08 

COOK, KIRSTEN M CLERK, 11,125.58 

GRANT, DELLA M CLERK, 6,750.00 

HARRIS, DOUGLAS L CLERK, 1,000.02 

LINCOLN, EVELYN 13,663.74 

SCOTT, LEONARD V 1,443.42 

SWAM, VIRGINIA C 1,145.58 

THOMPSON, LINDA K CLERK, 4,099.98 

TRIMBLE, GLORIA JEAN CLERK, 4,351.18 

TSUTRAS, FRANK G 13,671.66 

OFFICE OF HON. HASTINGS KEITH 

BURPEE, WILLARD A LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 4,716.65 

CHARRON, RHEA IRENE SECRETARY 1,300.02 

COUTO, ROBERT SPECIAL ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 3,583.32 

DEGNER, DONNA M EXEC SECTY, 4,300.02 

DOHERTY, ANNA H SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 583.33 

ELDRIDGE, JOHN C SPECIAL ASST, 3,499.98 

FOWLER, JOHN N SPECIAL ASST, FROM DEC. 1 700.00 

FRANKLIN, THERESA A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 23 TO 

AUG. 20 280.00 

GABAUER, PETER A, JR LEGIS ASST, FROM OCT. 12 2,075.00 

JAYNES, DAVID W ADMIN ASST, FROM JULY 1 9,920.67 

KELLEY, KAREN P FRCM SEPT. 1 866.68 

MAUS, LARRY E STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 1 648.99 

NIFMI, ALAN V LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 18 ... 1,035.53 

OTT, CHRISTINA G CASE WOPKEP, FROM JULY 1 4,999.98 

OWENS, KEVIN F SPECIAL ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 . 783.33 

PRINCE, OIANF E PERSONAL SFCTY, 4,999.98 

SHEETS, JULIE ANN LEGIS ASST, 4,500.00 

SIEGRIST, ROBERT R ASST FOR PUBLIC AFFAIRS, FROM JULY 1 . 9,166.66 

STANZIONE, RICHARD D LEGIS ASST, TO SE D T. 30 2,450.00 

SYLVIA, OTILIA SECRETARY, 4,350.00 

WAGNER, AUGUSTUS F, JR ADMIN ASST, FROM JULY 1 9,041.68 

WILLIS, M I"ENE SPECIAL ASST, FROM AUG. 19 TO AUG. 31 234.67 

WIRZB'.JRGER , MAPK F FROM SEPT. 1 TU NOV. 30 650.01 

OFFICE OF HON. JACK F. KEMP 

ARMSTRONG, JUDITH B LEGIS SECRETARY, 4,999.98 

8R0WNFELD, ALLAN SPECIAL ASST, FRCM JULY 15 TO SEPT. 15 660.83 

CONCANNON, DAVID J, JR DIST LIAISON PEP, FROM NOV. 15 1,533.33 

CROMWELL, JAMES H ADM ASST, 13,500.00 

FEPENCHAK, RUTH SECRETARY, TO JULY 10 180.56 

GENRICH, CHARLES HAROLD STAFF ASST 1,999.98 

GORSKY, RICHARD STAFF ASST 1,999.98 

HILL, NANNIE L CL ERK- TYP I ST , 3,188.31 

HOSTA, VERNE L STAFF ASST 1,999.98 

KORN, LINDYSUE SECRFTARY, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 .... 555.23 

LABELLE, SUZANNE A SECTY, FROM DFC. 1 374.67 

LANE, JACQUFLINF SECRETARY, FPU" JULY 6 5,750.00 

OLMAN, MARYFLLEN CASEWORKER, 4,999.98 

PARSONS, DAPLENE I RESEARCH ASST, 6,416.65 

REYNOLDS, ELIZABETH A PEPS SECRETARY, 5,500.02 

ROTTERMAN, LOUIS J PRESS ASST., FROM JULY 1 8,500.02 

RUTKOWSKI, EDWARD J DIST REP, 4,000.02 

TOMCZAK, LOIS A DISTRICT SECRETARY, 4,000.0? 

VIEHE, JAMES FDWARD CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

VOLKFR, CAP( L A DISTRICT CASEWORKER, TO NOV. 14 2,605.54 



69 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. r .ARLETON J. KING 

BERG, GEORGE L, JP ADMIN ASST, S14,500.02 

DYE, CHARLOTTE A PFPSONAL SECRETARY, 5,800.02 

FRYLING, SHERRILL E SECRETARY, FPOM JULY 12 3,755.57 

GRIMES, PEGGY A SECRETAPY, 3,795.47 

HOLAHAN, NANCY ANN SECRETAPY, 1,800.00 

MURPHY, JAMES A, JP FIELD PEP, , 7,350.00 

PAINE, FUSTIS 2,905.32 

RIELY, JOHN P 4,44<t.3R 

SOVICH, MARLENE A SFCRETAPY, FROM OCT. 11 1,444.45 

STOKES, VENA DIANE SECRETAPY, TO JULY 14 311.11 

SZEKELY, JULIA TO OCT. 2? 2,091.90 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN C. KLUCZYNSKI 

ANDREWS, PETER JOHN CLFRK, 4,099.98 

BLEECKER, LYNN G SECRETAPY, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 AND 

CLERK, FROM DEC. I 1,316.00 

GEORGALAS, ELEANOR SECRFTARY, TO NOV. 30 AND CLERK, FROM 

DEC. 1 7,311.00 

GEWIRTZ, SARAH JANE CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TC NOV. 30 4, 16ft. 65 

MALUSKA, ANNE V SECRFTARY, TO NOV. 30 AND CLERK, FROM 

DEC. 1 4,081.85 

MITTELSTAEDT, PEARL SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND CLERK, FROM 

DEC. I 7,462.00 

NICHOLS, ANN A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

PALYS, PAUL G CLERK, 5,012.85 

PEARSON, BEVERLY EXEC SECTY TO LEG ASST, 13,556.66 

PIENCZAK, EDWARD J ASSISTANT, TO NOV. 30 AND ADMIN ASST 

DISTRICT CFF, FROM DEC. 1 13,429.17 

SALMON, JOHN J CLFRK, TO JULY 31 916.67 



OFFICF OF HON. EDWARD I. KOCH 



ADLER, DOUGLAS OCHS 

ALTMAN, RUTH S 
ARLT, RONAY 
BENNETT, CHARLES F 

3FRNUTH, PETER K 
BLUM, MONICA INGRID 
BRANTLEY, CARLOTTA / 
BROWN, DAVID W 
COFFEY, DIANE M 



DEELY, CATHARINE B 
DOWNEY, BARBARBA JEAN 
GUENTERT, BAPBARA J 

MILLER, DONNA M 
PALMER, ANNE J 
SAMMON, VIRGINIA C 

SILVERMAN, SUE W 

SOODAK, IRIS 
WINKLER, WENDY CAROL 



STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 AND CLERK, FROM 
OCT. 1 TH OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 .... 

STAFF ASST, 

STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 16 TO 

AUG. 15 

STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 

STAFF ASST, 

STAFF ASST, 

COUNSEL, 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 1 TO 
NOV. 30 AND PERSONAL APPTS SECTY, FROM 

DEC. I 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 15 

STAFF ASST, 

STAFF ASST, TO OCT. 31 AND ASST CASE 

WORKER, FROM NOV. 1 

STAFF ASST, TO OCT. 31 

STAFF ASST, TO OCT. 31 

CLFRK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND 

LEGIS STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 1 

STAFF ASST, TO OCT. 31 AND 

LEGIS-STAFF ASST, FROM NOV. 1 

STAFF ASST, FROM NOV. 1 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 4 TO OCT. 31 



617.66 
4,250.00 
9,592.67 

300.00 

8,900.00 

5, 100.00 

4,350.00 

14,400.00 



1,655.83 

150.00 

5,050.00 



3,720, 
2,027, 
3,200, 



2,276.00 

3,660.00 

1,000.00 

945.76 



OFFICE OF HON. DAN KUYKENDALL 



ALLOERDICE, MICHAEL 
CARTER, PHYLLI S ANN 



DEES, FRANKIE LEE 
OINEEN, MICHAEL F 
FRIBERG, GREGORY N 
GREENER, CYNTHIA E 
KILLERREW, MAEOLA L 
LABARCA, HELEN CHRISTINE 
LEAKE, VIRGINIA 
MEANS, JOHN N 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 . 1,141.67 

SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 10 TO SEPT. 30 

AND STAFF ASST FOR PUBLIC REL, FROM 

OCT. 1 2,300.00 

DISTRICT SECRFTARY, FROM JULY 1 3,750.00 

AOMIN ASST, 8,250.00 

CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 400.00 

SECTY, TO AUG. 31 500.00 

SECTY, TO AUG. 31 800.00 

SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

SECRETARY, 5,299.98 

PRESS SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 7,999.98 



70 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. DAN KUYKENDALL - CONTINUED 



PARKER, KAREN ELIZABETH 
POWELL, M ELIZABETH 
REDDITT, EDWARD E 



STONE, GUY 

TOMLINSON, SHIPLEY S 
VULEV ICH, HFLEN E 
WADE, FRANCFS PATRICIA 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN KYL 

ADAMS, SANDRA PICKENS 
ATKINS, NEDRA P 
CALDWELL, GILBERT R, . 
CREWS, WILLIAM W 
EATON, ROBERT J 
MINCKS, BRYAN H 
MORROW, JCHN A 
NESS, JOHN W VAN 
PADOVAN, EDNA 
ROGERS, HAROLD D 
ROGERS, MARGARET C 
WALLER, BRADLEY TODD 



FROM JULY 1 

PERS 6 APPT SECRETARY, 

COMMUNITY SERVICE OFF REP, FROM JULY 1 
TO NOV. 30 AND COMMUNITY SERVICE 

OFFICER, FROM DEC. 1 

FIELD REP, 

SECTY , 

SECRETARY, 

FROM JULY 1 

INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

INTERN, FRCM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

FROM AUG. 1 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 7 

INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 



$4,450.02 



5,583.35 
10,425.00 
1,200.00 
5,299.98 
4,450.02 



5,170.80 
5,170.80 

300.00 

300.00 
8,040.18 
3,125.00 
1,330.00 

300.00 
7,838.64 
9,824.10 
4,541.40 

300.00 



OFFICE OF HON. PETFR N. KYROS 

ADAMS, NANCY E SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 ... 

BELL, WILLIAM A, JR LEGIS ASST 

CANADAY, ALYCE D ADM ASST, 

CHILDS, ARTHUR P STAFF ASST, 

CHILOS, CANDICF S SECTY, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

CURTIS, GAIL PATRICIA STAFF ASST, 

GRKAVAC, OLGA STAFF ASST, 

KURRUS, ROBERT M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 21 .... 

LURING, ANN F RECEPTIONIST, TO SEPT. 30 AND STAFF 

ASST, FROM OCT. 1 

MHRONG, MARGARET H STAFF ASST, 

MOULTON, SANDRA L STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 1 

PELTON, FLEANOR B STAFF ASST, 

PLANTt, JEROME G 

RICHARDS, COPY L STAFF ASST 

SAVAGE, HELEN J STAFF ASST, 

OFFICE OF HON. EARL F. LANDGREBE 

BONSIO, L WILLIAM, JR RESEARCH SPECIALIST, FROM DEC. 1 .... 

CARRIER, GERALD L PRESS SECTY, FROM JULY 1 TO DEC. 21 . 

DINSE, NANCY HELEN SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 

QROMPP, MICHAEL R CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

FASFL, DEBORAH OEE CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

GORDUN, ANNE E SECRETARY, 

GR1ESFR, REBFCCA S CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

GRUVERMAN, JACKI LEE SECRETAPY, FROM JULY 1 

HIONEK, ROY H FIELD REP 

KFLLEY, CHRISTINF E SECTY, 

KELLY, MARY P CLERK, FRCM SFPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

MARTIN, RAY CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

MARTIN, WENDELL R CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

MATTESON, J KIPSTAN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

JULY 31 

MATZAT, DOLORES F CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SFPT. 30 

MCRRFLL, MARY SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 

MITCHELL, OVETA F SECTY, FROM AUG. 1 

MURTAUGH, JAMES F 

REICHERT, DONALD E CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

ROBINSON, MARGARET Z SFCRFTARY, FROM JULY 1 

SMITH, BETTE N SECRETARY, FPOM JULY I 

STRALEY, MAPCEIL H SPFCIAL PROJECT, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 

31 

THOMAS, BRENDA KAYE 

WALL, WILLIAM L, JR LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 12 



500. 10 

8,774.22 

12,891.96 

4,711.08 

538.50 
7,000.02 
4,875.00 

510.00 



,00 
.98 
,76 



2,925. 
1,624. 
1,358. 
6,499.98 
10,127.94 
4,749.99 
5,500.02 



300.00 

8,556.27 

5,379.66 

220.00 

220.00 

3,499.98 

220.00 

5,281.74 

6,000.00 

3,750.00 

220.00 

220.00 

220.00 

300.00 
165.00 
4,499.70 
2,750.00 
2,005.98 
220.00 
4,749.72 
4,007.70 

1,000.00 
2,005.98 
6,572.24 



71 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. PHIL M. LANDRUM 

BRAMBLETT, SANDRA G CLERK-INTERN, TO AUG. 31 $1,200.00 

CHAPPELL, ANN 8,270.82 

ELBERFELO, KATHERINE A CLERK, FROM JULY 15 3,320.00 

FLEMING, ELIZABETH M 8,422.14 

HEFNER, RONNIE B TO AUG. 31 1,699.54 

JENKINS, EDGAR L 7,035.12 

MARTIN, JOHN M, III CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,127.84 

THORNTON, THOMAS T, JR 4,974.96 

VANLANDINGHAM, MARIAN WRITER, FROM JULY 1 1,800.00 

WARREN, WILLIAM C CLERK, 7,000.02 

OFFICE OF HON. DELBERT L. LATTA 

BUKCHELL, KAYE M 10,500.00 

CLARK, PHYLLIS ANN 3,602.28 

DEAN, SUE E APPTS SECY-RECEPTIONIST, 4,200.00 

OOUGHERTY, DEBORAH A CLERK-TYPIST, TO AUG. 15 750.00 

EDWARDS, CAROLYN JEAN SECRETARY, 5,522.70 

FORSYTH, GORDON J LEGIS ASST, FROM DEC. 13 825.00 

KOERBER, VIOLET C CLERK-LEGIS AIDE, FROM NOV. 1 1,833.34 

MANCUSO, AMELIA 6,000.30 

MAYS, JANE E CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 1,083.34 

THOBURN, CARL L RESEARCH ASST, TO AUG. 15 1,875.00 

WEINSTOCK, JOAN CLERK-SECTY, FROM JULY 1 4,200.00 

WILSON, MARY FAITH CLFRK, TO OCT. 31 3,000.00 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT L. LEGGETT 

ARCHER, JOSEPH ALLAN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 7 70.00 

AUGLIERE, VINCENT J CONSULTANT, FROM DEC. 1 100.00 

BACA, ANNA R SECRETARY, 1,900.02 

BEEKMAN, ROBERT EARL FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 800.00 

BELOW, WILLIAM C CLERK, TO OCT. 31 666.68 

CHAFFEE, OWEN ADMIN ASST, FROM JULY 1 13,363.02 

COAKLEY, JAMES J DIST REP, 14,500.02 

ELMGREN, CATHERINE ANN SECTY, FROM OCT. 16 1,445.42 

GREENE, LYNDON E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 8 TO 

AUG. 15 380.00 

HARPER, VIRGINIA SECRETARY, 4,042.50 

KEEGAN, JOYCE A 5,132.52 

KRONFELD, LEOPOLD J LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 ... 2,206.92 

LEMAS, ELIZABETH SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 1 200.00 

MINDEL, WILMA R SECRETARY, 5,655.00 

OBRIEN, DOROTHY C OFFICE MGR, FROM JULY 1 11,302.28 

PHILLIPS, TEDDIE B SECRETARY, 3,892.50 

POTTS, JO ANN SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 15 .... 2,023.59 

SHERMAN, ROBERT 7,217.52 

OFFICE OF HON. ALTON LENNON 

BUTLER, ANNE R 6,850.02 

CAMPION, GEORGIA B ADMIN ASST, 14,500.02 

JONES, DOUGLAS J 10,249.98 

KNIGHT, CATHARIN FROM SEPT. 7 2,375.00 

MCCORKLE, GAYLE C 3,750.00 

MCLEAN, JEAN 7,999.98 

SCOTT, LYLLIAN GRAY CLERK-SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 541.67 

WALKER, CHRISTINE B 6,250.02 

OFFICE OF HON. NORMAN F. LENT 

BAKER, FDYTH KNAPP LEGIS AIDE, FROM SEPT. 1 2,166.68 

80ATRIGHT, PEED H PRESS ASST, 4,999.98 

EUSELL, RALPH JAMES, JP ADMIN ASST, 14,469.00 

JASPAN, ARTHUR W LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY I 2,500.02 



72 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. NORMAN F. LENT - CONTINUED 

KLOOS, SUSAN K STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 $4,316.65 

LANGFORD, CAROLYN LEE STAFF ASSISTANT, 4,504.98 

LORD, CHRISTOPHER D STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 2,874.22 

MARTIN, EDWARD J STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 

AND FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 883.32 

MARTIN, TONI MELISSA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

MINOGUE, MAPY JANE STAFF ASST, 4,027.98 

MORRIS, BARBARA ANN STAFF ASST, 5,830.02 

NORRIS, CECELIA H OFFICE MANAGER-SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 . 2,473.34 

OVERGAARO, RICHARD L COMM REL AIDE, FROM SEPT. 1 2,766.68 

ROMAN, ROBERT D DIST REP, 6,693.33 

SCOTT, LILLIAN S PUBLIC RELATIONS ASST, TO OCT. 31 .... 2,320.83 

TAT, MARILYN CRAWFORD STAFF ASST., 6,360.00 

WEISS, CHARLES W STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 1,824.99 

WEISSER, ARLENE L RESEARCH ASST, FROM OCT. 1 1,700.01 

OFFICE OF HON. ARTHUR A. LINK 

BACKES, JACQUELINE SECRETARY, 3,850.02 

BOE, AUDREY S SECRETARY, 4,235.00 

CAMERON, ROSALIE P SECRETARY, 4,849.98 

ECKELBERG, DUANE CLERK, TO NOV. 30 AND ASST CLK, FROM 

DEC. 1 4,184.60 

JONES, DOROTHY M SECRETARY, 5,950.02 

KALDAHL, THERMAN C ASSISTANT, 7,784.35 

KING, ALICE C SECRETARY, TO NOV. 15 1,642.50 

NORSWORTHY, OLIVER D CLERK, 1,350.00 

ROBERTS, BARBARA JANE SECRETARY, 3,100.02 

RUSTAD, WALLACE ASST TO MBR, 11,659.98 

SCOUTON, WILLIAM ASSISTANT, 11,659.98 

VALFU, ROBERT L ASSISTANT, 8,354.15 

WHEELIHAN, JOHN P, JR CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 21 510.00 

ZOLLER, WANDA RENEE SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 17 410.67 

OFFICE OF HON. SHERMAN P. LLOYD 

AHLSTROM, ARDETH M 4,650.00 

ANDERSON, ROBERT M 2,402.40 

OWAN, JOHN FRANCIS CLERK, 7,350.00 

GILLETTE, FAY CLERK, 2,400.00 

GOATES, ROMA T CLERK, 4,950.00 

HANSEN, ROYAL IVORY CLERK, TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 .... 1,925.00 
HATHAWAY, MICHAEL D PROFESSIONAL STAFF, FROM OCT. 1 TO 

OCT. 31 566.67 

JONES, GORDON S CLERK, 6,900.00 

LOVELL, JOAN CLERK, FROM OCT. 2 1,730.54 

MCCRANEY, DAVID L CLERK, FROM JULY I 4,539.60 

MUSGROVE, MYRA JEAN CLERK, 3,000.00 

ROLLO, JOHN M CLERK 4,738.35 

SHORES, SUSAN CLERK, TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC. 5 .... 4,629.17 
THOMPSON, LINWOOD C CLERK, TO SFPT. 30 AND FROM NOV. 1 TO 

NOV. 30 1,800.00 

TURNER, RITA J TO SFPT. 30 2,125.17 

WINCGAP, PAUL W CLERK, TO OCT. 31 AND ADMIN ASST, FROM 

NOV. 1 11,566.67 

OFFICE OF HON. CLARENCE 0. LONG 

AYCOCK, JANE B CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 120.00 

94CHARACH, DFBORAH SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 2 2,897.20 

DAVIDSON, MAPGAPET S 4,667.02 

GOMILLION, WILLIAM P CLERK, TO JULY 31 200.00 

HAMMERS, JFAN CASF WORKFR, 4,999.98 

HENRY, MARY V LEGIS SECTY, TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 

5 4,245.00 

HOPE, EL17A6ETH MOSLEY SECRETARY, 6,499.98 

HORNEY, GEORGE BRENT DISTRICT REP, FROM JULY 1 6,574.98 

LEHMAN, SUSAN N APPT SECTY, FROM JULY 6 3,645.83 

MACMICHAEI., BAR°Y LYNN APPOINTMENTS SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO 

SEPT. 30 AND PRESS ASST, FROM OCT. 1 . 4,679.01 

M4SJR, LAUREN J RECEPTIONIST, FROM AUG. ? -2,690.30 

PITTS, LINDA W TO AUG. 6 730.00 



73 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CLARENCE D. LONG - CONTINUED 



PLATT, ELIZABETH S PRESS SECRETARY, 

REVELLS, MARSHA CLERK-TYPIST, 

ROBERTS, PATRICIA A LEGIS SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 7 

SELTZER, GREGORY N INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

SMITH, SUSAN G TO SEPT. 30 

STOCKTON, PETER H SPEC INVESTIGATOR, FROM OCT. 2 

THOMAS, JEANETTE HAYS TO JULY 6 

TOLLERTON, KATHRYN R LEGIS ASST, 

WEINBLATT, STUART G CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

OFFICE OF HON. SPEEDY 0. LONG 

BRADY, THOMAS FLOYD CLERK, 

BRIDGES, EDYTHE M CLERK, 

CARROLL, LANETTE CLERK, TO SEPT. 3 

COUVILLION, DAVID IRVIN 

DAVID, SUSAN CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

GUM, CYNTHIA R CLERK, 

HICKS, CARLTON JAMES CLERK, 

HILDERBRAND, PRISCILLA 

HODGES, BERTICE G CLERK, 

PIPER, CATHERINE B CLERK, 

SMITH, ALVA C, JR CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 

SMITH, SONDPA ANN CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 

SWOR, MATTIE LOU CLERK, 

TARVER, JOHN R CLERK 

WILSON, JUANITA ANN CLERK, 

OFFICE OF HON. MANUEL LUJAN, JR. 

CORTEZ, WILLIAM P CLERK, 

CRANDALL, QUENTON K FROM JULY 1 

DAUM, JACK D CLERK, 

ECONOMIDES, KATHERINE FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

HACKNEY, HARRIETT P CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

HEAVNER, DONALD W, SR SPEC PROJ ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

HERRING, BEVERLY A SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 

KERNS, DIANA C CLERK, 

KERSNER, JUDITH D CLERK, 

LEGER, ANTONIO C FIELD REP, 

MARTINEZ, KATE L TO AUG. 31 AND FPOM JUNE 1 TO AUG. 15 

MORGAN, MARTHA B SECRETARY, 

MUNSEY, DIANA M SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 

PAPO, PEGGY ANN LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 

PRESSON, G EDWARD CLERK, F"OM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

SALAZAR, LUCY M DIST SECRETARY, 

VIGIL, ROSINA G CASEWORKER, 



t 4*241.64 

3,250.02 
2,216.65 

800.00 
2,547.48 
6,427.79 

273.33 
7,999.98 

450.00 



6,949.98 

3,349.98 

735.00 

10,375.02 
700.00 
4,500.00 
4,800.00 
4,000.02 
3,349.98 
4,500.00 
1,800.00 
1,400.00 
4,500.00 

10,999.98 
4,000.02 



1,800.00 

14,500.02 

10,807.06 

300.00 

400.00 

1,000.00 

3,850.00 

4,107.76 

4,300.00 

2,206.30 

1,050.00 

2,800.00 

4,600.00 

5,099.98 

1,393.93 

4, 137.70 

4,349.98 



OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT MCCLORY 



ANDREWS, GAIL C 
BAGGE, CAROL 
BITNER, BETTY JANE 
BRAXTON, JUANITA D 
CHANDLER, LAURA E 
COLEVAS, GERALOEAN J 
CORBIN, EULALIA 
CRAIG, RAYMOND L 
FISHER, NED LAWRENCE 
HILL, MARY C 
KENNEY, VIRGINIA 
KIERNAN, FRANCES B 
LEASON, JULIA E 
MORROW, JEAN E 
NIEMAN, TIMOTHY PAUL 

OBRIEN, CAROLYN JEAN 
RUOD, ALETHEA S 

SPEYER, BARBARA KAY 
STONHAM, MARIETTA H 
WARD, EDWARD J 



SUMMER INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 675.00 

SUMMER INTERN, FROM JULY 16 TO AUG. 15 598.33 

TO AUG. 31 483.96 

SECPETAPY-RECEPTIONIST, 3,000.00 

INTERN, FROM SEPT. 13 1,559.99 

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 7,750.02 

DISTRICT ADMIN ASST, 7,987.50 

EXEC ASST, TO JULY 15 833.34 

TO AUG. 31 946.80 

FROM OCT. 18 1,926.40 

FROM SFPT. 1 1,283.96 

6,3 75.00 

RECEPTIONIST, 3,750.00 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, 6,625.02 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

SUMMER INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 900.00 

SECPETARY-STENO, TO JULY 15 300.00 

SECFTAPY, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

20 4,606.37 

FPPM NOV. 15 664.44 

STAFF ASST 6,265.02 

FROM SEPT. 1 1,733.32 



74 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT MCCLORY - CONTINUED 



WEYLANO, JOHN L LEGIS ASST, 

WEYLANO, LINDA CAROL FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

ZIMMETT, MARK P INTERN, TO SEPT. 7 

OFFICE OF HON. PAUL N. MCCLCSKEY, JR. 

BETHRAY, CONSTANCE M PERS SECTY, 

BROWN, DAVID S J 

BRUNE, JANET STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 

BRYANT, PHILIP G STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 ... 

CANBY, ANNF P 

DEVOY, ROBERT TYNAN, JR STAFF ASST 

FARLFY, JANET LOUISE FIELD SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 

30 AND STAFF ASST, FROM DEC. 1 

HOMANS, LUCY ALDRICH STAFF ASST, TO NOV. 12 

LAFOND, PAUL DECFLLE 

MILLER, JANE M STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

5 

MONTEITH, MICHAEL S STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 ... 

MOORE, ELIZABETH S FIELD ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 AND 

STAFF ASST, FROM DFC. 1 

MURPHY, GEORGE E, JR PRESS ASST, FROM OCT. 15 

NAEHR, CAROL SUSAN SECRFTARY, TO JULY 31 AND STAFF ASST, 

FROM AUG. 1 TO NOV. 19 

NIKLAUS, DAVID C 

PEARSON, JANET P STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 ... 

SCHMIDT, ROBIN STAFF ASST, TO OCT. 14 

SHERWOOD, ANNE 

STEPHENSON, RICHARD G CONGRF SS I ONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

WILSON, JOHN LEWIS 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES A. MCCLURE 

ANCHUSTEGUI, NINA M SECRETARY, 

BACKER, SHERRILL A SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 

BEATTY, BARBARA SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 20 

COLLINS, JANE HAMPTON SECRETARY, 

CUMMINGS, LOUELLA C SECRETARY, 

DAHL, HELEN G SECRETARY, FROM JULY 13 

GOLLER, JAMES A DIST ASST, 

HANFORO, DOROTHY J SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 1 

HATHAWAY, MICHAEL D DIRECTOR EN £ RES TSK FCt FROM SEPT. 1 

TO SEPT. 30 AND DtR-TSK FCE-ENERGY £ 
RES, FROM NOV. 1 

JOHNSON, RUTH V SECRETAPY, 

KEITHLY, CAROLYN JANE SECRETARY, 

LEWIS, RAYMOND K LEGIS ASST, FROM SFPT. 24 

MATTMILLER, NIKI CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 28 

MCKAY, DORTHY M CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 

SLOVER, LILA J SECRETARY, 

THOMAS, PHYLLIS E SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 4 

THOMPSON, RICHARD K ADM ASST, 

TIMOTHY, ALAN R CLERK, TO AUG. 23 

TURNER, LINDA C SECRETARY, 

WARE, MARY ELIZABETH SECTY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

WINTERS, JUDY K SECRETARY, TO AUG. 16 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN Y. MCCOLLISTER 

BLOODWORTH, REBECCA SECRETARY, 

BOJOWSKI, DIANE A CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 

HAGEL, CHARLES T CLERK, FROM JULY 22 TO SEPT. 14 AND 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM SEPT. 15 

HARVEY, H MICHAEL ASST LEGIS ASST, TO JULY 15 

JUAREZ, JOSEPH J STAFF AIDE, 

KRONBERG, WENDELL A CLERK, 

MATSON, PATRICIA JO RESEARCH ASST, 

MCCORNACK, GREGG C CONSTITUENT RELATIONS ASST, 

PEACOCK, CATHERINE M LEGIS SECTY, FROM JULY 15 

PETERS, PAUL F LEGIS ASST, 

ROMANS, RONALD C ADMIN ASST, 



$6,499.98 

1,766.07 

893.33 



5,816.68 
4,083.33 
4,350.00 
658.33 
5,366.68 
3,916.68 

4,366.66 
2,609.34 
8,350.02 

3,486.66 

500.00 

4,366.66 
3, 166.67 

3,365.27 

8,766.66 
383.33 
346.67 

5,366.68 
450.00 

3,966.68 



4,249.98 
2,124.99 
1, 128.12 
3,949.98 
3,258.33 
3,033.35 
11,500.02 
1,100.00 



1,022.66 

3,400.02 

3,250.02 

3,189.13 

580.00 

600.00 

3,949.98 

1,570.84 

12,150.00 

956.95 

4,366.65 

375.00 

920.00 



3,419.73 

900.00 

2,120.00 

520.83 

1,200.00 

1,200.00 

5,250.00 

5,500.02 

4,008.88 

10,750.02 

12,499.98 



75 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN Y. MCCOLLISTER - CONTINUED 



RUBIN, MARK LEE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 18 TO 

AUG. 31 

SHEAKS, MARCH T SECRETARY, 

SISSON, SANOPA KAY OIST FIELD REP, 

SWAIN, NAOMI JANE CLERK, FROM JULY L 

TAYLOR, MONTF DISTRICT REP, 

WESTNER, FRANCES C OFFICE MANAGER, .. 

OFFICE OF HON. MIKE MCCORMACK 

ARRAMS, POYE LYNN SECY-RECEPTIONIST, FROM SEPT. 20 

ALEXANDER, NANCY C CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 5 .... 

ANDELIN, JOHN P, JR STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 1 

BACON, BARBARA B CLERK, FROM JULY I 

BEATY, ORREN, JR LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 15 .. 

ELLIS, JERRY ANN ASST DISTRICT REP, FROM SEPT. 1 

FALKNOR, RICHARD M C ADM ASST, FROM DEC. 1 

HARRINGTON, TONI T SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 15 

HARPIS, DANIEL S, JR CONSULTANT, FROM DEC. 1 

HUNT, THOMAS E PRESS ASST, FROM JULY 1 

INGELS, GAIL M CLERK, FROM SEPT. 15 

LEWIS, M CAROL STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 

MERRILL, FREDERICK, JR RESEARCH ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

NILAN, JUDITH LYNNE CLERK ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 

NOWAKOWSKI, PAGNAR F AOMIN ASST, 

PARGAMENT, EDYTHF A STENOGRAPHER, TO SEPT. 30 AND 

CONFIDENTIAL SFCRETARY, FROM OCT. 1 .. 

PRYNF, FRIC BRUCE STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 ANO 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 TO 

AUG. 15 

RAWSON, WILLIAM RANDALL STAFF ASST, TO NOV. 14 AND RESEARCH 

ASST, FROM NOV. 15 

STROHMAIER, GARY F DIST REP, TO NOV. 30 

STRDHMAIEP, SHERRY A DISTRICT SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 

VERNIER, HARVEY D ASST OIST REP, 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM M. MCCULLOCH 

BRUSH, MARGIE B 

CAMPBELL, CHRISTINA CLERK, FROM JULY 1 

DIENFR, NANCY L CLERK, FROM DEC. 6 

DUCIBELLA, SHARON R TO JULY 31 

GELCHION, RAYMOND W CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

GILLAPD, JAMES R CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

HANNANT, SANDY CLERK, FROM JULY 16 TO NOV. 20 

PAGE, VERA W . SECTY, FROM JULY 1 

RING, STEPHEN W FROM SEPT. 10 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH M. MCDADE 

BELLIZZI, JANET CLERK, FROM OCT. 26 

CAHILL, MARY E CASEWORKER 

CORRIGAN, ANNE W SPEC ASST-LEGI SLAT I VE , FROM DEC. I ... 

EDMUNDSON, MARGERY C RECEPTIONIST, 

GOINS, LOUISE OFFICE MANAGER, FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 16 

KROPP, EDITH M CLEPK, FROM DEC. 2 

LFTTIERI, FRED F FIELD REP, 

MOSER, GERTRUDE L EXEC SECRETARY, 

OGORMAN, FRANCIS E ADMIN ASST, 

REESE, ROBERT H 

ROUP", GREGCRY A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 

RUSSEN, MICHAEL S FIELD REP, 

TAUBFR, KAREN L SECRETARY, 

WRIGHT, MARY AGNFS OFFICE MANAGER, FROM OCT. 17 



$430.00 
4,999.98 
5,500.02 
1,200.00 
6,750.00 
6,499.98 



1,683.33 
3,526.67 

300.00 
6,000.00 
4,375.00 
1,400.00 
2, 166.67 
1,150.00 

265.33 
8,499.98 

353.33 

600.00 
2,000.00 

500.00 
14,361.96 

5,700.00 



950.00 

4,487.45 

6,250.00 
2,500.00 
2,590.00 



1,145.58 

5,500.02 

347.23 

692.22 

1,050.00 
1,050.00 
2 f 222.20 
10,500.00 
1,110.00 



1,209.72 

4,882.44 

1,250.00 

4,556.76 

7,566.92 

483.33 

4,762.50 

10,025.94 

14,491.98 

1,332.78 

600.00 
7,069.62 
3,750.00 
1,850.00 



OFFICt OF HON. JACK H. MCDONALD 



CASSFQY, L niANNE 
CJOK, CLAIR M 
FITZGERALD, LAURENCE F 



LEGIS. ASST., 6,000.00 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 191.67 

AOMIN ASST, 14,500.02 



71-124 O - 72 - 6 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE nF HON. JACK H. MCDONALD - CONTINUED 

KAMPMANN, MARION RESEARCH ASST, FROM OCT. I 

KAUL, LA VONNE SECTY, 

KELLY, JANET MARIE TYPIST, 

MCKEOUGH, MARY T SECRETARY-CASEWORKER, 

MILNE, J RICHARD RESEARCH ASST, FROM NOV. 10 

MOGLE, JEAN E SECRETARY, 

PHANEUF, CAROL L SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 

SCUPHOLM, PAUL T DISTRICT ASST, 

SHELTON, EARLINE EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 

TEDFORD, JERF L SECRETARY, FROM JULY I 

WOLFF, RICHARD F RESEARCH 6 PRESS ASST, 

OFFICE QF HON. ROBERT C. MCEWFN 

BELL, OONNA M SECRETARY, 

BRICK, CARY R ASST, TO SEPT. 18 

CAMPANELLA, BERNARD J PRESS ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 

CONDO, JOSEPH A INTERN, TO AUG. 31 

DEUVAL, ERNFST J ASST, 

MEIKLEJOHN, DAWN H STAFF ASST, 

MELLON, JOHN E ADM ASST, 

RATTI, JOY CASE WORKER, 

WARREN, SUSAN L SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN J. MCFALL 

ABRAHAM, JOHN L CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 ... 

AL8ERTSEN, MARY C CLERK, 

BARNES, RAYMOND F CLERK, 

COBEY, CHRISTOPHER E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

CROWNOVER, JOAN F CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 

DAWSON, ELIZABETH ANN CLERK, 

EDLUND, DAVID DENNIS CLERK, 

KEEGAN, PATRICIA M CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 

MABRY, SANDRA S CLERK, 

NUTTER, SUZANNE L CLERK, 

OLHASSO, JOHN J CLERK, 

OLYMPIUS, SH1RL CLERK, 

RUFFIN, POSETTA MARIE CLERK, 

STEVENS, ALICE K CLERK, 

WILBER, A LEE CLERK, 

WILSON, CATHERINE E CLERK, 

WING, DELORES MAE CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 ... 

WING, JAMES KENNETH CLERK, 



$1,299.99 

1,350.00 
3,408.32 
4,650.00 
1,416.66 
2,149.98 
3,599.98 
7,849.98 
10,000.02 
3,700.02 
9,300.00 



6,250.02 
3,076.66 
4,000.00 
666.66 
7,500.00 
3,600.00 
14,449.98 
4,249.98 
3,600.00 



125.00 

4,813.92 

14,500.02 

450.00 
2,385.96 
5,230.20 
4,291.65 
1,083.34 
2,013.66 
4,000.02 
7,422.12 
2,480.70 
4,003.62 
8,095.38 
5,893.02 
4,093.24 

670.32 
3,345.83 



OFFICE OF HON. K. GUNN MCKAY 



ALLEN, NANCY CAROL 

BARRATT, THOMAS H 
BEAL, RICHARD S 
BROWN, HELEN BETH 

CLARK, KRISTINA A 

GALLEGOS, KATHLEENE T 

GUNN, THOMAS J 
HIGGINSON, ROBERT E 
HUNTER, BRUCE C 
JANSSON, ANNETTE 
JENSEN, MILES PETER 
JONES, DENTON L 
MONSEN, J SHELDON 
MONTGOMERY, JUDY G 
PRUSSE, KATHLEEN 
ROYLANCE, MARILYN 
TAYLOR, STANLEY A 
THOMAS, DAVIO GLENN 

VINCENTI, SHELDON A 



EXEC SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND 

PERSONAL SECTY, FROM DEC. 1 

STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 13 TO NOV. 30 . 

RES CONSULTANT, 

UTAH FIELD REP, TO NOV. 30 AND 
DISTRICT OFFICE MANAGER, FROM DEC. 1 . 
SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 AND OFFICE MGR, 
FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 
CASE WORKER, TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC. 

5 

SUMMFR INTERN, TO AUG. 31 

OISTRICT REP, 

STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM DEC. I 

SECRETARY, 

SUMMFR INTERN, TO SEPT. 15 

STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 17 

PRESS SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 .... 

SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 

STAFF ASST, FROM NOV. 1 

ADMIN ASST, FROM JULY 1 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 21 AND 
ASST FIELD OFFICE DIR, FROM OCT. 1 TO 

OCT. 31 

LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 



3,916.67 

780.00 

4,099.98 

1,500.00 

4,141.34 



4,888 

866 
1,800 

750 
2,700 
1,083 
2,080.00 
8,299.99 

500.00 

3,416.65 

1,366.66 

13,525.00 



1,268.01 
12,083.32 



77 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. K. GUNN MCKAY - CONTINUED 

YOUNG, DOLLY G OIST OFFICE MGR, $3,291.68 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES D. "MIKE' MCKEVITT 

BARNETT, JUDITH LYNN STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 1 4,750.02 

BERGER, MARSHA P DIST SECTY, FROM SEPT. 15 TO NOV. 30 

AND DIST OFFICE MGR, FROM DEC. 1 2,016.67 

BUTLER, CORALIE CAREY RECEPTIONIST, FROM JULY 1 4,000.02 

CARVER, CANDACE E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 28 580.00 

COLEMAN, CARL CHENNY PRFSS E LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 10,999.98 

DENT, JANET CASE WORKER, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 .. 1,750.00 

FITZPATRICK, PAUL A LEGISLATIVE ASST, 3,499.98 

HATHAWAY, MICHAEL D DIP TASK FCE ENERGY C RESOURCE, FROM 

JULY 1 2,650.00 

KEMP, SARAH JANE PERSONAL SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 6,000.00 

MCMANUS, JOAN L STAFF ASST, TO SEPT. 30 750.00 

SIMONS, EDWARD A ADMIN ASST, FROM JULY I 13,000.02 

SNEIDER, TERRI LYNN LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 6,250.02 

STOCKMAR, J BRIAN STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 ... 666.67 

UNDERWOOD, BROOKE E DIST OFFICE SECTY, FROM DEC. 3 373.33 

VANSCHAACK, SUSAN STAFF ASST, TO SEPT. 30 600.00 

WEDOLE, MARY L CASE WORKER, FROM OCT. 25 2,016.67 

WIGLE, EDWIN C DISTRICT REP, 7,249.98 

WILCOX, NETTIE E SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 .... 100.00 

YOUNG, NANCY L CLERK, 2,160.00 

OFFICE OF HON. STEWART P. MCKINNEY 

ARNOLD, ERNEST M, JR BRIDGEPORT REP, 2,119.98 

BISACCA, GEORGE R DISTRICT REP, 6,625.02 

CHAVES, BARBARA COLE OFFICE MANAGER, 7,155.00 

DALY, CHRISTOPHER J STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 . 378.00 

DONOVAN, PATRICIA J CASE WORKER, FPOM JULY 1 3,750.00 

FELDMAN, LAWRENCE I CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

FICKER, LOIS CASEWORKER, FROM JULY 1 4,744.98 

FLOM, MURRAY G STAFF AIDE, FROM JULY 10 TO AUG. 31 .. 750.00 

FOLEY, KEVIN M RESEARCH ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM 

nCT. 1 1,664.00 

GRAY, LESLIE B CASE WORKER, FROM SEPT. 1 2,500.00 

GRAY, WENOELL ANN RECEPTIONIST, TO JULY 9 198.75 

KELLY, DOROTHY A AIDE (DIST), FROM JULY 1 3,975.00 

LEHRMAN, LYNDA ANN RECEPTIONIST, 3,750.00 

LONG, MARY JEAN CLERK-TYPIST, 3,975.00 

MCGFE, JOSEPH J LEGISLATIVE AIDE, 4,770.00 

MCKIF.RNAN, GERALD J PRESS AIDE, 8,745.00 

MICHA'JD, LINDA A °RESS SECRETARY, 3,975.00 

NORTON, THOMAS E ASST, 4,770.00 

ROYAK, HELEN M CLERK TYPIST, 2,385.00 

SANGIOVANNI, WILLIAM F DISTPICT REP, 7,684.98 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN L. MCMILLAN 

BURR, OAVID E CLFRK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

CARTER, J ROBERT, JR 5,273.46 

COOLER, STEVEN D MESSENGER, FROM JULY 6 TO JULY 31 .... 347.23 

DEBERRY, CAROLYN W 10,318.32 

OUCKER, CHARLES B ASST CLFRK, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 .. 1,500.00 

GERRALD, VANOA SUF 3,327.90 

GRAHAM, LFNWOOD CLFR K-MF SSENGER , FROM OCT. 1 1,500.00 

HILL, JOAN 4,711.08 

HURSEY, BARBARA JANE CLERK, FPOM JULY I TO SEPT. 10 972.23 

LATHE, SANORA J CLERK, FROM JULY 1 3,250.02 

MATTHEWS, R CURTIS 6,369.06 

MCGEF, MAJOR L 12,718.56 

PAYNE, MICHAEL LEWIS CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

ROGERS, AILEEN VICTORIA 3,012.54 

ROGERS, FRANK 0, JR CLERK TYPIST, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 10 888.89 

SAULS, PAT TO JULY 5 130.86 

SPODNTS, TRENT CLFRK, TO AUG. 31 483.33 

STEADMAN, ANNE W 5,792.46 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. TORBERT H. MACDONALD 



ALLEN, JANICE CAROL LEGIS ASST, $4,249.98 

BOWEN, ANNE M STAFF ASST 3,450.00 

CAGNO, HELEN STAFF ASST, 3,250.02 

CARNEY, ELEANORE M STAFF ASST, TO SEPT. 13 AND RESEARCH 

ASST, FROM SEPT. 14 5,837.23 

CHILES, ELIZABETH 2,911.62 

CONELL, JOSFTTE E STAFF ASST, 3,000.00 

CROKEN, JOSEPH E ADM ASST, 14,449.98 

PATMAN, MARY ANN SECRETARY, 8,449.98 

PIKKFRT, MAY ANNE SECRETARY, 4,750.02 

SHOOSHAN, HARRY M, III ADM ASST, 9,000.00 

SINCLAIR, LUCY M SECRETARY, 7,500.00 

OFFICE OF HON. RAY J. MADDEN 

BURDINE, ANTHONY A CLERK, 3,599.98 

OURRETT, VIPGINIA M SECRETARY, 6,750.00 

EVERETT, DOROTHY J SECRETARY, 6,750.00 

FEARS, JELLENA SECRETARY, 4,882.50 

JEHLE, PATRICIA A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

RADULIC, PAUL CLERK, TO OCT. 28 1,507.13 

SOBEK, MARY EXEC. SECRETARY, 13,480.02 

TURNER, VIRGINIA P AOM ASST, 14,500.02 

OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE H. MAHON 

BOYLE, HELEN G CLERK, 8,629.38 

FURGESON, JIM A CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,900.00 

GEORGE, MARIE R CLFRK, TO AUG. 31 1,833.34 

GRIFFITH, ROSE JEAN CLERK, 3,039.36 

GURREN, MARY ELLEN CLERK, 4,368.18 

KAYALI, GAY NELL CLERK, 4,182.79 

LAMBERT, HERMAN L CLERK, TO JULY 3 99.00 

LANGSTON, DAVID R CLFRK, FROM NOV. 1 360.00 

MARTIN, DOROTHY S CLERK, 8,629.38 

PETERSON, ANNALEE CLERK, 7,659.78 

UMPHLETT, ANITA K CLERK, 5,567.52 

WILLIAMS, RITA CAROL CLERK 6,';99.98 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM S. MAILLIARD 

ADKINS, LINDA LEE LEGISLATIVE ASST, 4,016.68 

BENESCH, VALLI DIANE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 700.00 

BUSHA, ROBERT W SPECIAL ASST, TO NOV. 30 AND ADM ASST, 

FROM DEC. I 8,062.48 

DENT, MAPY P EXEC. SECRETARY, TO JULY 14 AND SECTY, 

FROM JULY 15 1,592.78 

DOUGHERTY, DEBORAH A CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 566.67 

HARRISON, GWEN K CASE WORKER, 6,000.00 

HOLMES, CHRISTIAN, IV SPECIAL ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 

AND FROM DEC. 5 6,000.00 

KOSHLAND, JAMES M CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 750.00 

MAGEE, MAPY ELLEN CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 1,950.00 

MONK, BARBARA B SECRETARY, 4,999.98 

MURPHY, LUCILLE E SECRETARY, 4,750.02 

OTSEA, MARION E DIST. REP., 3,750.00 

ROACH, CAROLYN A SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND PERSONAL 

SECTY, FROM DEC. 1 3,933.33 

RUSSELL, MARY SECRETARY, 3,625.00 

SAHLBERG, LINDA J RECEPTIONIST, 3,900.00 

SCHILLING, LUCINDA S CASE WORKER, 3,625.00 

SHERMAN, MICHAEL BRUCE CLFRK, TO JULY 31 500.00 

STRATTON, LISA B SECRETARY, 3,325.00 

TOUPIN, JAMES A CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 750.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES R. MANN 

BOYCE, SHELBY H CLERK, FROM JULY 1 2,615.82 

BROWN, LARRY CLERK, FROM SEPT. 15 806.67 

BRYSON, WILLIAM J FIELD REP., 11,132.52 

DAISLEY, THOMAS F FIELD ASST, TO JULY 31 600.00 

DAVIS, WILLIAM E LEGIS ASST, FROM AUG. 1 6,000.00 



79 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES R. MANN - CONTINUED 

FARNSWORTH, JAMES F CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 15 AND CLERK, FROM AUG. 16 TO 

SEPT. 30 $1,245.83 

FUNDERBURK, GEORGE N CLERK, TO AUG. 31 2,120.12 

GAMSTON, LANCEE JO CLFRK, 3,751.02 

HUNT, WILLIAM H CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 15 431.82 

MCKEOWN, SAMUEL R 11,944.14 

MOSES, MARJOPIE DARROW CLERK, TO JULY 31 642.67 

PICKENS, JOYCE K SECRETARY, 4,150.02 

SATTEPFIELD, BETTY W CLERK, 1,000.02 

SEELEY, ELIZABETH A OFFICE MGR . , 9,065.34 

SMITH, VIVIAN H CLERK, 1,800.00 

THOMASON, JOHN LEONARD CLERK, 1,313.34 

THOMPSON, DALE E SPECIAL ASST, FROM NOV. 1 1,233.33 

THREATT, JANE R CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 1,200.00 

TODD, ANN GARLINGTON CLERK, 3,914.52 

WHAM, DAVID B LEGIS ASST, 4,515.60 

OFFICE OF HON. DAVE MARTIN 

BRAYTON, ROBERTO 12,364.74 

HARMISH, RENO L, III CLERK, FROM SEPT. 17 693.33 

HORNBACHER, JOSEPHINE 4,616.76 

KOTSIOPULOS, ANNE CLERK, TO AUG. 23 706.67 

MAYER, ALICE H SECTY, FROM DEC. 15 444.44 

MOUNTFORD, WILLIAM E 2,402.40 

OOGAARD, JOHN E 10,722.42 

POLLY, JUDY T 3,405.12 

SAYLER, MARILYN J 7,953.00 

SKOLE, JUNE T 5,976.30 

OFFICE UF HON. ROBERT B. (BOB) MATHIAS 

ABELL, MARGARET T CASE WORKER, TO NOV. 30 2,708.35 

ALLEN, BARBARA J RECEPTIONIST SECRETARY, 4,249.98 

CROFT, LUCY L LEGIS SECRETARY, 4,249.98 

EARL, MARGARET K CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 600.00 

HOUSER, LAURETTA M DI ST SECRETARY, 4,999.98 

JENNINGS, ROBERT E DIST REP, 11,899.98 

LAKF, JAMES H ADM ASST, 14,500.02 

MALUTT, RUTH ANN OFFICE MGR, 6,795.48 

MCCALL, PAULETTE MAY SECRETARY, 3,250.02 

MOORE, DOROTHY S DIST SECRETARY, 5,050.02 

PARKER, DENNIS ALLEN PRESS SECRETARY, 9,250.02 

RECCE, SUSAN ELIZABETH SECRETARY, 3,250.02 

ROSENBERRY, JANET E SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 1 525.00 

OFFICE OF HON. DAWSON "ATHIS 

BALLENGER, DOROTHY SECRETARY, 6,140.56 

ELLIS, JOHN W 14,500.02 

GAY, NORMAN F DIST AIDE, TU NOV. 14 AND DIST AIDE 

TO DIST COORD, FROM NOV. 15 6,883.31 

OSCOTT, DOROTHY H DISTRICT SECRETARY CLERK, TO NOV. 14 

AND SEC-CLK TO ASST OIS COOR, FROM 

NUV. 15 3,076.66 

PERRY, 30MNIE PATRICIA TYPIST-CLERK 4,249.98 

°ICKLE, EARL F DISTRICT CLERK, 1,800.00 

ROLLINS, LEXINE SECRETARY, 6,550.02 

TERRY, BEBE B SECRETARY, 6,550.02 

WATTS, GEORGE B LEGIS ASST, 11,749.98 

OFFICE OF HCN. SPARK M. MATSUNAGA 

BUTO, ANN A STAFF ASST, 2,500.02 

HENiJFRSON, ELMA C 5,749.98 

HUWARD, EDWARD F 5,749.98 

INAGAKI, HIDEKO STAFF ASST, 2,880.00 

KARo, GLADYS MARIE STAFF ASST, 3,900.00 

KATAYAMA, CHERRY M ADM ASST, 8,490.00 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. SPARK M. MATSUNAGA - CONTINUED 



KINOSHITA, IRIS A 

KUWAYAMA, FUMIKO 

KWOCK, KATHLEEN K L 
MATSUNAGA, ANDREW T 
MIYASAKI, GRACE S 
MOLINA, MATILDA M 
NAHM, DAVID S 
OKINAGA, LAWRENCE S 
WATSON, DAVID W 
YAMASAKI, ELAINE M 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 20 

STAFF ASSISTANT, TO SEPT. 30 AND ASST 

ADMIN AIDE, FROM OCT. 1 

STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 19 

DIST OIRECTOR, 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

STAFF ASST, 

STAFF EXECUTIVE, 

STAFF ASST, TO OCT. 31 

STAFF ASST, FROM NOV. 1 

DIST SECRETARY, 



$2,764.33 

3,000.00 

865.67 

6,000.00 

4,500.00 

3,900.00 

14,100.00 

1,397.32 

398.66 

4,999.98 



OFFICE OF HON. WILEY MAYNE 

ANDERSON, JAMES S CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 15 AND CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO 
SEPT. 30 

BASS, JOYCE E SECRETARY, 

BRABEC, MILO FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, 

DYKHOUSE, DOROTHY J SECRETARY, 

HEINE, KRISTINE ELLEN CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 11 

KNAPP, ROGER C LEGIS. ASST., 

LINDGREN, ELSA A CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 

PAVLIK, GEORGE A 

RUTKOFF, EMARICE SECRETARY, 

SEECK, JOHN W CLERK, TO JULY 15 

SNIDER, RALPH CLERK, FROM JULY 26 TO AUG. 28 

SULLIVAN, DONALD D SPECIAL ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

AND EXEC SECTY, FROM SEPT. 1 

WATSON, JACK W ADMIN. ASST., TO SEPT. 14 

WEIR, JESSIE MEANS 

OFFICE OF HON. ROMANO L. MAZZOLI 

BAUGHMAN, ROBERT J ADM ASST, 

CUMMINS, JOHN RAYMOND CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 AND 

LEGIS AIDE, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 15 . 

DADDARIO, OLIVE J EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 

DONNELLON, CATHERINE M SECRETARY, 

GAGLIARDI, VICTORIA A SECRETARY, 

HAUSLER, RICHARD W STAFF ASST, TO SEPT. 26 

HOOPER, M DALE STAFF ASST, 

IRVIN, JESSIE S DIST OFFICE REP, 

KILROY, JOHN L, JR DISTRICT REP, 

KIRSCHTEN, JOSEPH D STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 27 

LITTLE, JANE SECRETARY, 

MATTINGLY, CHARLES B STAFF ASST, TO SEPT. 30 AND DISTRICT 

REP, FROM OCT. 1 

NIELSEN, ELOISE G STAFF ASST, 

NOEL, CECIL H DIST OFFICE REP, 

PITT, RICHARD MICHAEL STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 

PRESSMA, STUART I STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 

SCHULTE, PAUL J STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 1 

STAAB, MARGARET E SECTY, 

OFFICE OF HON. LLOYD MEFDS 

HOUSER, MARK, JR LEGIS ASST, 

JOSEPH, MILDRED L TYPIST, FROM DEC. 9 TO DEC. 17 

MARTINEZ, MARY M EXEC. SECRETARY, 

MAYER, MARTHA E RECEPTIONIST, 

MERRILL, FREDERICK, JR ASSISTANT, 

MOONEY, PATRICIA S DIST. SECRETARY", 

08RIEN, KEVIN ROBERT RESEARCH ASST, TO AUG. 31 

PETERSEN, BARBARA A SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 23 

PONDER, STEPHEN E RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 14 TO AUG. 31 

AND STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 

PRICE, JAMES S FROM JULY 1 



600.00 
3,279.17 
8,700.00 
6,898.98 

300.00 
7,249.98 

300.00 
9,973.80 
3,000.00 

216.66 

476.66 

9, 166.68 
2,055.55 
3,183.24 



10,069.98 

850.00 
7,000.02 
4,249.98 
2,500.02 
1,720.00 
7,999.98 
1,800.00 
3,180.00 
4,961.10 
4,000.02 

2,150.01 

5,749.98 

7,684.98 

800.00 

600.00 

300.00 

3,499.98 



7,200.00 
193.12 
5,449.98 
4,650.00 
4,600.02 
3,750.00 
1,200.00 
2,133.33 

4,813.33 
11,478.98 



81 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. LLOYD MEEDS - CONTINUED 



RICHARDSON, MARY ANNE 

ROGERS, INGRIO A 
SAARI, LEONARD W 
SANOER, STEPHEN D 
WHITTAKER, JOHN A, IV 
WRIGHT, GERTRUDE L 



SECTY, TO AUG. 31 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 TO AUG. 15 $650.00 

SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 ANO FROM DEC. 27 1,013.33 

ADM ASST, FROM JULY 1 11,749.98 

RESEARCH ASST, 6,250.02 

STAFF ASST, TO SEPT. 13 1,095.00 

CASE WORKER, 5,299.98 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN MELCHER 



ASBILL, MARYANN M 
BALLARD, DORIS C 
BOLANO, JOHN F 
BOYLAN, VIRGINIA W 
BROWN, DAVID R 
CEROVSKI, BETTY G 
GIBSON, DOROTHY L 
HART, SUSAN EOGERTON 
HOTTINGER, JOHN C 
LEITCH, LINDA LEE 
MCCORMICK, MARCIA C 
OBRIEN, KRISTY 
RIECKMANN, CARL H 
SCHMITT, VICTOR W 
SCHULENBERG, JAMES E 
STONG, BENTON J 
THOMPSON, BETTY M 

TRUNKLE, HELEN E 
VOLSKY, JANINE 

WILLIAMS, PAT 



CLERK TYPIST, FROM NOV. 10 595.00 

SECRETARY, 4,450.02 

FIELD REP, 1,440.00 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM OCT. 11 2,844.45 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,800.00 

FIELD REP, 1,650.00 

CLERK, 3,165.00 

CLERK, TO JULY 31 166.67 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM OCT. 1 1,500.00 

CLFRK-TYPIST, FROM SEPT. 11 1,833.33 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 3,499.98 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

PRESS ASST, 6,252.50 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,200.00 

DIST REP 7,666.68 

ADM ASST, 9,250.02 

CLEPK-STENO, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 

AND SECRETARY, FROM OCT. I 3,675.00 

SECRETARY, 3,499.98 

SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 AND OFFICE 

MANAGER, FROM NOV. 1 5,100.00 

LEGIS ASST, TO OCT. 10 5,000.00 



OFFICE OF HON. RALPH H. METCALFE 



ALFORD 

BLAKEN 

CONLON 

CONROY 

LETT, 

LEWIS, 

MILES, 

OWENS, 

PICOU, 

PUTMAN 

RAUTEN 

SMITH, 

WALL 

WILLIA 

WILLIA 

ZEPHYR 



JR 



PATRICIA G 
EY, JEAN C 

HELEN M 
, COLEMAN J 
FRANKLIN T, 

CLEOMINE B 

DOROTHY M 

ANNA L 

THOMAS 
, CHERYL E 
BERG, STEVEN A 

CLARENCE, SR 
FREDERICK P 
MS, DIANE M 
MS, NORMA 
, AUBREY E 



PRESS AIDE, FROM OCT. 1 2,124.99 

RECEPTIONIST-SECTY, FROM AUG. 1 3,541.65 

ASSISTANT, FROM NOV. 1 2,000.00 

ADM ASST, FROM AUG. 1 6,250.00 

EXEC DIRECTOR, FROM AUG. 1 6,458.35 

LEGIS ASST, 7,757.22 

CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 2,500.02 

CLERK, 4,350.00 

STAFF ASST, 3,750.02 

CLERK, 4,099.98 

STAFF ASST, 4,500.00 

CLFRK, 4,800.00 

STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 1 2,083.35 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

SECRETARY, 7,757.22 

INFO SPECIALIST, TO JULY 31 958.33 



CTFFICE OF HON. ROBERT H. MICHEL 



ADAMS, STEPHEN T 
ANDERSON, JACK 
CARLIN, EVALENA G 
COULSON, URSULA E M 
JAMES, RUSSELL L 
MEINEN, BARBARA ANN 
MILLS, JOE MARTIN 

PERRY, JULIE M 
VINOVICH, RALPH 
YARD, SHARON G 



LEGIS ASST, 

DIST SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY, 

FIELD REP., 

SECRETARY, 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 

SECRETARY, 

EXEC SECRETARY, 



9,875.02 
1,778.43 
5,483.35 
9,000.00 
13,750.02 
4,000.02 

600.00 

2,958.33 

13,999.98 

9,666.65 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ABNEP J. MIKVA 

ABRAHAM, JOHN L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 $600.00 

ADAMS, KENNETH L LEGIS ASST, 6,093.77 

BARROW, MATTIE H AIDE, 4,362.48 

BRYANT, SHIRLEY MAY CONGRESSIONAL AIDE 3,465.40 

DAVIS, LEON EXEC ASST 7,875.00 

ERMOYAN, EUGENIE ADMIN ASST, FROM JULY 1 11,324.98 

GRATSIAS, ZOE EXEC ASST, 4,962.48 

JOHNSON, JEAN FROM JULY 1 4,208.35 

KRAUSEt PATRICIA A AIDE, FROM SEPT. 1 1,830.72 

MARCO, JOHN M EXEC ASST, 6,108.32 

NORALS, DOROTHY J FROM JULY 1 4,000.00 

ROESS, CHRISTINE EXECUTIVE ASST, FROM JULY 1 5,156.25 

WILLIAMSON, BRAOY, JR PRESS AIDE, FROM JULY 1 6,458.32 

WRIGHT, ALICF C EXECUTIVE ASST, 4,800.00 

OFFICE OF HON. CLARENCE E. MILLER 

BERENS, RANDALL RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 1,193.67 

BROWN, DAVID LEGIS ASST, 5,990.01 

COOPER, MILDRED M DIST SECY, FROM SEPT. 8 1,860.00 

COTTON, KATHRYN F SECRETARY, 4,068.74 

DORAN, TIMOTHY NEIL FIELD REP, FROM JULY 1 TO DEC. 9 3,816.00 

DUNIGAN, GEORGE F, JR RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 TC SEPT. 7 1,712.23 

HANCOCK, NANCY M RECEPTIONIST, FROM JULY 1 3,150.00 

HARMONY, SALLY J SECRETARY, 4,990.02 

HERLONG, BETTY SECY, 3,600.00 

KEELEY, MAUPEEN C R ECEPT ION I ST-SECTY , TO NOV. 13 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 14 3,550.26 

RAOEBAUGH, MELCHA T SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 2,531.66 

REINTSEMA, ROBERT A AOMIN ASST, 13,017.77 

ROOSA, MEREDITH ANN SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 5 527.22 

STRAW, PHILIP KEITH RESEARCH ANALYST, 5,328.26 

TODD, ARTHUR WAYNE 9,454.98 

WINNER, NANCY LOUISE CLERK TYPIST, FROM DEC. 1 TO DEC. 4 .. 70.00 

ZEPH, BARBARA K SECRETARY, 3,750.00 

OFFICE OF HON. GEORGE P. MILLER 

BENTON, GARNETTE S CLERK, 6,720.00 

3R0MLEY, JACOUFLINE C CLERK, TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 5 .... 6,742.98 

COON, BELLE C CLERK, FROM JULY 1 840.00 

DOYLE, JOHN ADM ASST, 6,499.98 

DRFWRY, JUDITH H CLERK, TO OCT. 31 AND CASEWORKER, FROM 

NOV. 1 2,786.66 

GUTHRIE, YVONNE K CLERK, 6,720.00 

LARSON, KENNETH THOMAS CLERK, 6,000.00 

LEWIS, CATHERINE A CLERK, 1,080.00 

MILLER, ESTHER P CLERK, 7,660.02 

REEO, LENA T SECRETARY, 6,720.00 

WISNIEWSKI, EUGENIA CLERK, 6,720.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WILBUR D. MILLS 

ARNOLD, BLAIR STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 1,127.84 

BURNS, ALICF ANN STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 1 3,300.00 

CAZER, JIM G STAFF ASST, TO DEC. 15 3,300.00 

COBLENZ, WILLIAM A STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 ... 2,020.92 

GOSLIN, BEVERLY JAN STAFF ASST, 3,950.00 

GOSS, OSCAR E ADMIN ASST, 13,699.98 

HOLT, LYDA SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 .... 833.33 

IRELAND, JANICE MARIE PERSONAL SECRETARY, 7,999.98 

MCDOUGAL, DOLORES W STAFF ASST, 4,200.00 

STEVENS, AVINELL W STAFF ASST, 4,999.98 

THOMASSON, PATSY L STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 1,666.66 

TYLER, WILLIAM D STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 3,333.32 



83 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. WILBUR D. MILLS - CONTINUED 

WEBB, OOTT STAFF ASST , 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM 0. MILLS 

FRENCH, DIANE B CASE WORKER, FROM JULY 1 

GLOVER, JAMES E ADM ASST, 

GORE, CYNTHIA W TO OCT. 15 

HURLEY, HYLA H 

HURLEY, KIRK L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

MCPHERSON, VIVIAN L FROM JULY 1 

MONTGOMERY, HFNRY W PRESS AIDE, FROM JULY 1 

MOSKOWITZ, SHARON L RECEPTIONIST, FROM OCT. 1 

MUNSON, ANNE C 

NEWCOMB, GAIL LEONARD SECTY 

NISS, MARY MADELEY TO JULY 31 

ROBINSON, CALDWELL C FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

SHERIDAN, JULIANN SECRETARY 

SOMERS, SUSAN SFCTY, 

TOWERS, CLAIRE L SECRETARY, 

WEBSTER, JAMES L 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH G. MINISH 

GREEN, SHIA PRESS ASST, TO AUG. 31 

HOGAN, RALPH J 

KOREJWO, IDA L 

LOFTUS, ROBERT E LEGIS ASST, 

MAITLIN, LYNN ASST SECRETARY, 

POLLARD, MARCIA H SECRETARY, 

PRIDE, LILLIAN VIRGINIA CLERK-TYPIST 

PUZO, JOSEPH 

SINA, DAVID PETER EXEC SECY, FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 15 .... 

STACK, MARGARET A EXEC SECRETAPY, 

SULLIVAN, MARGARET M ADM ASST, 

TRINDEL, REBECCA ANN ASST SECRETARY 

WALKER, DOUGLAS W CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 31 

OFFICE OF HON. PATSY T. MINK 

AKAHOSHI, DAISY SECRETAPY, 

DION, BRIAN PAUL LEGIS AIDE, FROM AUG. I TO AUG. 31 AND 

LEGIS RESEARCHER, FROM SEPT. 1 

GYORGY, JANE ELIZABETH CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

HIGAKI, JEAN A LEGIS AIDE, FROM OEC. 1 

ING, EDWIN T C CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

JAVINAR, ELENA M CLERK TYPIST, FROM NOV. 1 

JOHNSON, OSCAR M ADMIN ASST, 

LEE, DAVIO B LEGIS AIDE, FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 AND 

RESEARCHER, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 ... 

LEWIS, HELEN ELSABETH PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

MATSUMOTO, KATHLEEN S SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 

MIYAZAKI, DIANE H CLERK TYPIST, FROM SEPT. 1 

MURAYAMA, ALICE Y SECRETARY, 

NAKANISHI, RALPH T ADM ASST (DIST), 

ROWE, KATHLEEN B CLERK-TYPIST, TO AUG. 31 AND SECTY, 

FROM SEPT. 1 

SEIKI, RUSSELL RAY LEGIS ASST, TO JULY 31 ANO FROM AUG. 6 

TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC. I 

TANAKA, LENA T SECRETARY, 

TOMITA, LANI ANN LEGIS ASST, 

UESATO, PHILIP S LEGIS ASST, 

YASUTAKE, SUSAN S SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 

YOSHII, MINORU LEGIS AIDE, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 



$8,899.98 



4,130.57 

10,000.02 

2,041.65 

6,000.00 

450.00 

5,120.31 

7,500.00 

It 749.99 

5,478.33 

3,799.98 

750.00 

1,000.00 

2,350.02 

2,899.98 

3,799.98 

10,000.02 



1,090.00 
2,005.98 
5,072.88 
6,955.20 
3,250.02 
4,367.52 
3,250.02 
2,892.66 
2,083.33 
7,131.36 
14,491.92 
3,343.38 
300.00 



5,599.98 

2,700.00 
400.00 
391.00 
450.00 

1,300.00 
12,499.98 

1,631.33 
5,599.98 
541.67 
2,332.00 
5,149.98 
7,500.00 

3,333.32 

3,916.67 
5,149.98 
6,000.00 
3,666.66 

2,800.00 
200.00 



OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM E. MINSHALL 



BLUM, BARBARA B 
BROKAW, PAUL 
COOMBE, PATRICIA J 



CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 



936.00 
13,212.00 
14,142.00 



84 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM F. MINSHALL - CONTINUED 



HARRIS, LYNN L 

HASSING, MARY J 
MAHONEY, MARTHA L 
MINNERY, GERALD M 
NOVARIO, LOUIS N 
OCONNOR, PATRICIA J 
QUATTLEBAUM, JUDITH H 
RUSH, JUDITH J 
SCHNEIDER, SALLY A 
SPANGLER, BARRY L 
VACCARO, PATIENCE S 
VANDERPLAS, MARNIX J 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 AND 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. I TO OCT. 31 

CLERK, 

CLERK, 

CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 

CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 

TO AUG. 31 

TO AUG. 31 



*l,550.00 
3,722.00 
4,496.00 
8,490.00 
2,874.00 
1,300.00 
3,180.00 

14,142.00 

4,734.00 

380.00 

1,532.00 

354.00 



OFFICE OF HON. PARREN J. MITCHELL 



ADAIR, AUGUSTUS A 
BACON, ELINOR RUTH 
BROWN, SELMA CARTER 
COOPER, SKYLER G 
CRAIG, JACOUFLINE W 
OUTCH, THERESA C 
FLEMING, BEVERLEY B 
FREELAND, JOYCE L 
GOINES, THOMAS K 
HOUSTON, GEPALDINE 
KETRON, ANN MARIE 
MCCAFFREY, PATRICK J 
MINOR, GEORGE M 
PATTERSON, PHYLLIS 
PUGH, CLIFFORD J 
R ICH, EVA MAE 
ROBINSON, JOHN C 
SISSMAN, MARK 
SUDOW, ELLEN L 
WEINER, BARBARA A 
WHITE, BLAINE A 



RESEARCH ASST, FROM OCT. I TO OCT. 31 658.33 

LEGIS AIDE, TO AUG. 31 2,208.34 

STAFF ASST (CASEWORK), 4,717.02 

STAFF ASST (CASEWORK), 5,565.00 

CASE WORKER, FROM NOV. 12 TO NOV. 30 . 390.56 

DISTRICT OFFICE MANAGER, 6,625.02 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM NOV. 1 750.00 

STAFF ASST (CASEWORK), 4,717.02 

LEGIS AIDE, FROM SEPT. 1 3,000.00 

EXEC SECTY / OFFICE MGR , 6,784.02 

CLERK TYPIST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 750.00 

PRESS ASST, FROM JULY 5 2,557.87 

ADMIN ASST, 12,499.98 

ASST TO ADM ASST, TO AUG. 31 1,660.66 

LEGIS AIDE, 5,299.98 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM SEPT. 1 1,600.00 

PRESS ASSISTANT, TO SEPT. 30 600.00 

STAFF ASST (CASEWORK), 5,299.98 

ASST, FROM DEC. 1 616.67 

LEGIS SECRETARY, 3,763.02 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 AND 

RESEARCH AIDE, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 933.33 



OFFICE OF HON. WILMER MIZELL 

BEABOUT, WILMA JANET CLERK, 

BOONE, BARBARA JEAN CLERK, 

BURROW, JAMES RAY CLERK, 

BUTLER, PATRICK HAROLD CLERK, 

GEE, M ELIZABETH CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 6 

JENSEN, DOROTHY M CLERK, FROM OCT. 21 

JOINES, DOUGLAS H CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

LOPP, JAMES IRVIN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 16 TO SEPT. 5 

MAY, VIRGINIA LUCILLE CLERK, 

MCMULLEN, ELIZABETH CLERK, FROM SEPT. 22 

PHILLIPS, WILLARD L, JR ADM ASST, FROM JULY 1 

RICHARDSON, SCOTT H CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 

SCULL, SUSANNE E CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

SHEAR, LAVONDA S CLERK, 

SHEAR, VFRA CLERK, FROM JULY 1 

SMITH, NANCY CARROLL CLERK, FRCM JULY 1 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT H. MOLLOHAN 

BOROWSKI, LINDA SUE CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

BUTCHER, ROBERT TERRY • CLFRK, FROM DEC. 1 

CLARK, NELLIE V CLERK, 

OAVOLI, GLORIA VICTOR CLERK, 

OOEPKEN, KATHY K CLERK, 

DUNCAN, JOHN CLERK, 

FACEMIRE, JAMES M CLERK, TO JULY 31 

FRY, MARGUERITE L CLERK, TO NOV. 14 

INGRAM, C LOUISE 

LESTER, KENNETH D CLFRK, 

MUNCY, PATRICIA R CLERK, FROM OCT. 18 



6,054.08 
3,797.66 
7,837.16 
7,422.00 

949.65 
1,050.00 

700.00 

816.67 
4,183.52 
1,787.51 
13,968.54 
3,365.37 
500.00 
7,049.48 
3,651.44 
5,239.88 



600.00 

575.00 

2,899.98 

3,000.00 

2,875.00 

5,299.98 

282.66 

4,489.99 

5,100.00 

10,699.98 

3,041.67 



85 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT H. MOLLOHAN - CONTINUED 



MUNSEY, FRANCES J 

NICHOLSON, EDITH I 
NORTON, BETSEY S 
NUZUM, MELISSA E 
SHANNON, KAREN M 
SNODGRASS, KATHY / 
TAYLOR, BONNIE L 



ADM SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 AND CLERK, 

FROM NOV. 1 $9,408.35 

CLERK, 6,150.00 

CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 3,750.00 

CLERK, FROM NOV. 8 1,104.17 

CLERK, FROM OCT. 19 1,680.00 

CLERK, 4,999.98 

CLERK, TO NOV. 7 2,610.57 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN S. MONAGAN 



BLATZ, JOHN B, III 
BOHAN, MARGARET M 
BUTLER, GEORGE H 
CAMPION, EDMUND M 
CARLSON, JOHN A 
CLIFFORD, THOMAS P 
DONAHUE, JOHN M 

DONAHUE, JOSEPH P 
ELDER, LAURA F 
GRICKIS, HELEN A 
INGELS, ANNA B 
KEATING, JANE E 
LAWLOR, JAMES J 
MCGRATH, ANN M 
MOORE, EDWIN J T, JR 
RENDELL, RICHARD G 
SACHS, TERRY L 
STAHR, JOHN T 
TIDMAN, REBECCA I 
TRINGE, WILLIAM A, JR 
WALZER, ROY S 
ZARROW, AMY LEVY 



LEGIS INTERN, FROM AUG. 17 TO AUG. 31 204.17 

3,400.02 

LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY I 4,583.32 

FIELD REP, 3,400.02 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM JULY 1 6,900.00 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 375.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 15 TO 

AUG. 15 310.00 

ADMIN ASST, 14,500.02 

EXEC SECRETARY, 6,475.02 

SECRETARY, 5,374.98 

SECRETARY, 4,335.00 

SECRETARY, 5,650.02 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 833.33 

4,500.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 14 140.00 

LEGIS ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 ... 833.33 

CLERK, 1,208.32 

LEGIS ASST, 4,500.00 

SECRETARY, TO DEC. 14 3,166.13 

LEGIS ASST, TO AUG. 16 1,341.67 

LEGIS INTERN, FROM AUG. 17 TO AUG. 31 204.17 

SECTY, FROM DEC. 15 288.89 



OFFICE OF HON. 



< SONNY) MONTGOMERY 



AINSWORTH, WILBURN, JR 
BURSON, MARY DOUGLAS 
CLEMANDOT, ANDRE, JR 
GREGORY, PATRICIA M 
GRIFFIN, JENNY LYNN 
GRUBBS, KAYE BELL 
HALL, SARA EMMA 
KAHLMUS, SUSAN H 
MOORE, ELLEN ELIZABETH 
NOE, JEANETTE F 
ORR, ANDERSON J, JR 

SHAMBURGER, CHARLES, JR 



ADM ASST, 12,250.02 

STAFF ASST, 4,849.98 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 12,000.00 

STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 16 3,000.01 

CLERK-DISTRICT OFFICE, FROM JULY 1 ... 1,000.02 

STAFF ASST, 5,950.02 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,050.00 

CLERK, TO JULY 31 525.00 

STAFF ASST, 4,000.02 

STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 1 5,299.98 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, FROM JUNE 7 TO AUG. 31 1,100.00 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 4,750.00 



OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM S. MOORHEAD 



ABRAHAM, JOHN L 
BLUETT, FLORENCE V 
BUTLER, DIANE 
CARTER, DAVIS BLAKE 
COHEN, MOLLIE D 
CONLON, RICHARD P 

HECHTMAN, LINDA 
KIER, MADALENE 
KRONFELO, LEOPOLD J 
MALONI, WILLIAM R 
MARTIN, KATHERINE 
MILLER, HARRIS N 
OTEY, LA VERNE L 
POMPER, CAROL J 
SHORE, NATHANIEL 
STOCKTON, PETER D H 
TYRRELL, CYRIL M, JF 
WADLEY, DOROTHY C 



FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 19 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM DEC. 2 

FROM OCT. 1 

ADM ASST, 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM AUG. 1 TO 
SEPT. 30 

FROM OCT. 20 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM SEPT. I 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 
CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 .... 

SECRETARY, FROM JULY 5 

ASST - DIST., 

SPECIAL ASST, TO SEPT. 30 

TO SEPT. 30 

TO NOV. 30 , 



686. 11 

5,273.46 

96.67 

1,593.34 

11,424.00 

200.00 

5,782.22 

4,250.88 

2,563.88 

6,918.84 

577.82 

450.00 

5,325.36 

3,960.91 

11,438.04 

5,508.99 

1,110.79 

3,611.60 



86 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS E. MORGAN 



BAUMGARTNER, PEGGY R 
BOYD, THOMAS H 
COTTER, MARY ALICE 
FURIN, THERESA A 
KING, GERTRUOE 
MORGAN, JOHN R 
SAHADY, GEORGE 
SERRINO, ANTHONY F 
SMITH, SUSAN ELEANOR 
STOREY, WALTER J 
WEINER, JOHN H 
YESH, CONSTANCE LEE 



CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

CLERK, 

CLERK, 

CLERK, , 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

ADM ASST, 



$2, 
1, 

It 
14, 
3, 
3, 
3, 
5, 
1, 
1*. 
6, 



000.00 
430.76 
450.00 
890.72 
324.64 
358.80 
818.46 
358.80 
021.04 
000.00 
491.92 
185.76 



OFFICE OF HON. F. BRADFORD MORSE 



AMES, PATRICIA 
CHAPUT, SUSAN C 
EBERT, JOAN M 

ENGLESBERG, JUDITH 
FARRELL, ALICE E 
FLYNN, ARTHUR 

GIARRUSSO, HELEN 
HOWARD, MARY J 
KATZ, BEVERLY F 
MAYMAN, TOBY E 
MCCARTHY, DAVID F 
MCINERNEY, MARY P 
PERRON, RONALD 
PICKMAN, DAVID 
RICHARDSON, DOROTHY . 
ROBINSON, MARK N F 
ROTH, MICHAEL DUNDON 
ROTHERMEL, TIMOTHY S 
SUSSMAN, RONALD MARK 
WELLS, JOHN M 
WETHERBEE, MARCIA L 
WHITE, RICHARD A 
WINTHROP, GRANT F 



STAFF 

SPEC 

SPECI 

ASST, 

LEGIS 

DISTR 

SPECI 

AIDE 

DISTR 

EXEC 

STAFF 

LEGIS 

SPECI 

PERSO 

SPECI 

TO SE 

SPECI 

OFFIC 

CONGR 

ADM A 

CLERK 

SPECI 

STAFF 

CLERK 

SPECI 



ASST, 3,700.02 

ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 .... 250.00 
AL ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND LEGIS 

FROM SEPT. 1 5,583.34 

ASST, FROM SEPT. 16 3,500.00 

ICT OFFICE MGR, 6,300.00 

AL ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND AOMIN 

DIST AFFAIRS, FROM SEPT. I 5,451.66 

ICT OFFICE MGR, 3,900.00 

ASST, 7,683.35 

ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 997.65 

ASST, TO AUG. 31 2,341.67 

AL ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 900.00 

NAL SECRETARY, 6,049.98 

AL ASST, 2,749.98 

PT. 30 4,503.54 

AL ASST, FROM NOV. 1 TO DEC. 12 . 897.86 

E TRAINEE, FROM OCT. 1 1,783.33 

ESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 29 590.00 

SST, 8,766.67 

, FROM SFPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 300.00 

AL ASST, TO JULY 31 1,501.17 

ASST, 3,400.02 

, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 300.00 

AL ASST, FROM SEPT. 16 2,625.00 



OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES A. MOSHER 



BILIOAS, BESS 
CASEY, F ROBERTA 
CLAGETT, PATRICIA 
GLICKMAN, ROSS B 
JONES, THADDEUS 
LITMAN, DOROTHY W 
MYERS, DAVID A 



NUTT4LL, BETTE J 
PORKOLAB, ALFREO 
RICHMOND, GUY L 
ST. MARK, JOSEPH JAMES 
SWAIN, EDITH FRANCES 
WELCH, BETTE B 
WOOD, MILDRED S 



SECRETARY, 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

RECEPTIONIST-SECTY, TO OCT. 15 

INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 15 

AIDE TO DIST REP, 

DIST REP, 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 
INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND 

FROM SEPT. 7 

SECRETARY, 

DIST ASST, 

INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

LEGIS ASST, 

SECRETARY, 

ADM ASST, 

SECRETARY, 



6,683.28 
9,168.66 
1,895.85 
1,208.33 
600.00 
6,273.06 



1,888.83 
4,081.02 
6,019.92 
650.00 
5,420.52 
4,368.18 
13,663.86 
5,221.27 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN E. MOSS 

AUGUST, CAROL ANN 
BENSON, KATHLEEN BARRY 
DUVAL, VALERIF 
GOODIN, EOWARD J, JR 



SECTY, FROM JULY 1 949.98 

SECRETARY, 5,449.98 

ASSOC LEGIS ASST, 6,199.98 

ASSOC LEGIS ASST, 6,199.98 



87 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN E. MOSS - CONTINUED 

HINKLE, PAUL DAVIO ADMASST, S14,500.02 

HOBBIE, OLIVIA SECRETARY, 6,049.98 

LAROCHE, PATRICIA M 01 ST SECTY, 4,999.98 

MADDEN, RITA F FILE CLERK, 1,800.00 

PFAFF, BARBARA SECRETARY, 4,549.98 

PFEIFER, JEFFREY S CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 29 590.00 

RATLIFF, MOINA E SECRETARY, 6,199.98 

STICKLOR, BARBARA J SECRETARY, 3,199.98 

STUART, WANDA JUNE SECRETARY, 2,899.98 

WYMORE, A L DIST REP 11,400.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN M. MURPHY 

ALAFOGINIS, ANGELA CLERK, 3,124.98 

BECK, ROBERTA F 1,172.52 

DENSON, KATHLEEN T CLERK, 4,249.98 

FITZPATRICK, DOROTHY FROM NOV. 1 333.34 

FRANK, JULIA P 4,000.02 

. GAETA, ANTHONY R CLERK, 13,000.02 

GATEWOOD, CAROLINE V CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

LAROCCA, JAMES L CLERK, TO OCT. 31 5,666.68 

MAGUIRE, JOHN A CLERK, 4,750.02 

MARCIGLIANO, LUCRETIA CLERK, 2,749.98 

PERIAN, CARL LEWIS 12,499.98 

PIPER, JUDITH W CLERK, 4,500.00 

POLLOCK, DFBORAH JOY CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,041.66 

SCALI, GLORIA CLERK, 2,700.96 

SHARP, LYNN CLERK, 5,200.02 

SORGE, LORRAINE 1,172.52 

STONKUS, VIRGINIA S CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 2,050.00 

TANNENBAUM, BFRNARD FROM NOV. 1 2,500.00 

OFFICE OF HON. MORGAN F. MURPHY 

AGNEW, DONALD W 1,999.98 

BEARD, CORINNE W SECRETARY, 4,999.98 

CALLAHAN, EUGENE G ADM ASST, 13,200.00 

CELMER, CECELIA SECTY, FROM NOV. 1 1,000.00 

DALEY, LORETTA M SECRETARY, 4,999.98 

DREIER, FLORA B CASEWORKER, TO AUG. 31 1,750.00 

FENNELLY, MARJORIE CASE WORKER, 2,500.02 

FLETCHFR, CYNTHIA A EXEC SECRETAPY, 10,000.02 

HERRING, CONSTANCE M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 600.00 

HIGLEY, MARY LOUISE CLFRK, 5,250.00 

JOHNSON, GLORIA P CLERK, 2,500.02 

MCHALE, ALVINA M LEGIS ASST, 5,500.02 

MCHALE, ANTHONY AIDE, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM NOV. 1 2,166.66 

MORRISSEY, DANIEL J RESEARCH ASST, FROM OCT. 1 324.99 

OBREBSKI, ELIZABETH M FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 250.00 

PEERLESS, EILEEN CASE WORKER, FROM SEPT. I 3,166.68 

PHELAN, BRIAN P RESEARCH ASST, FROM OCT. 1 682.50 

ROPER, KATHERINE G CLFRK, 3,499.98 

SOBOLEWSKI, PATRICIA A FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,500.00 

TRILLA, LINDA M TO SEPT. 30 1,625.01 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN T. MYERS 

AHEARN, CAROLYN SUE SECRETARY, 4,675.02 

OENNING, DANIEL B RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY I 5,112.48 

DURKOTT, JANE SAMUELSON CLERK, 3,291.68 

GALLOWAY, ALICE M CLERK, 4,200.00 

HARDMAN, JOSEPH ALBERT CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 28 580.00 

HARDMAN, RONALD L LEGIS ASST, 11,149.98 

JESSUP, DOROTHY ADM ASST, 14,500.02 

LITTLE, DARYL RAY 5,170.02 

MCCAULEY, MARLENE B CLERK, 3,850.02 

NORBET, NELLIE W CASE WORKER, 5,687.52 

ROUSE, GEORGE ROBERT CLERK, 1,680.00 

ROWE, EUNICE MILDRED CASE WORKER, 7,420.02 



88 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM H. NATCHER 



CHISWELL, MELINDA ANN 
ORUMMONOt SHIRLEY M 
OEOGHEGAN, JENNIE H 
HAMPSON, HELEN C 
NEWTON, VIRGINIA B 
TABOR, ESTA 
YATES, LOUISE A 



TO AUG. 31 



$3,665.28 
6,786.93 
4,201.80 
7,375.33 
7,276.09 
1,982.33 
4,167.31 



OFFICE OF HON. LUCIEN N. NEDZI 



BECK, ELSFY MARIF 
BLACK, S H 
BUIER, HELEN 
BURKE, NANCY JANE 
CAMINSKY, JEFFREY W 

CICETTI, PAMELA 
CONLON, RICHARD P 
OONAHUE, PAUL MICHAEL 
FLANAGAN, MARY E W 
GARNETT, JEAN 
HOLLIS, ELAINE 
JASON, SUSAN M 
KACZMAREK, ZYGMUNO R 
KOSIBA, RENATA A 
PYRROS, JAMES G 
STOCKTON, PETER D H 
TULLY, MONICA ANNE 



4,84 9.98 

LEGISLATIVE ASST, TO AUG. 15 1,250.00 

SECRETARY, 2,287.50 

STAFF ASST, FROM NOV. 1 1,166.66 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 TO 

AUG. 31 300.00 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 4,091.67 

STAFF DIRECTOR DGS , 2,500.02 

ADM ASST, 7,500.00 

EXEC. SECRETARY, 5,749.98 

SECRETARY, 4,133.33 

SECRETARY, 1,837.50 

STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 15 874.99 

ADM ASST, 5,500.02 

STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 6 1,652.77 

ADM ASST, 14,500.02 

FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 1 1,091.92 

SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 3,233.32 



OFFICE OF HON. ANCHER NELSEN 



AABER 
COLBY 
DUNST 
EMSTA 
FENDE 
JEHLE 
JONES 
OLSEN 
OLSON 
PAREL 
SEGER 
WELTY 
WOLGA 



G, MAY LAURETTA 
, VERGIE LEE 
EDTER, CARL F 
0, WILLIAM R 
R, JUDITH A 

PATRICIA A 

CATHERINE DEAN 

EVELYN F 

DONALD W 
, JAMES DONALD 
MARK, HOWARD S 

HARRY R 
MOT, SUSAN C 



PFRS SECTY, 8,755.98 

SECRETARY, 5,272.98 

DIST REP, TO OCT. 31 666.68 

DISTRICT REP, FROM OCT. 25 2,750.00 

SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 180.00 

CLERK, 1,764.00 

PRESS SECTY, 7,483.50 

ADM ASST, 14,500.02 

SPECIAL ASST, 8,935.98 

RESEARCH ASST, 7,200.00 

CLERK, TO SEPT. 11 887.50 

SECRETARY, 4,249.98 



OFFICE OF HON. BILL NICHOLS 

CALLAWAY, BETTY ALLEN 
FITZ, OAVID ALLAN 
GODBEE, ELIZABETH 
HAND, BOB 
LETT, WINSTON f 
MCBRIOE, DEBORAH R 
MCCULLARS, SUANNE F 
MERCHANT, FLORA 
PATRICK, SHARON S 
RICE, MARY ELVA 
ROSWELL, ANN D 
SALVIA, JEANNE M 
SMITH, ANNETTE W 
TIPPETT, PATRICIA LEE 



CLERK, 

PRESS SECRETARY 

SECRETARY, 

STAFF MEMBER, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 21 

CASE WORKER, 

SECRETARY, 

CLERK, 

TYPIST, FROM OCT. 23 TO NOV. 30 

CLERK- TYPIST, 

SECRETARY, 

TYPIST, 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 



3,177.78 
8,213.68 
1,992.00 
9,027.88 
1,360.00 
4,357.50 
3,448.64 
3,734.46 
126.67 
8,574.82 
4,357.50 
4,976.68 
1,635.04 
3,320.00 



OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT N. C. NIX 



ELLIAN, HAIG 
FORREST, MARK 
JACKSON, PICAPDO C 
JENIOUS, CYRILL OMARR 
LANE, OLYMPIA 
LLOYO, MAX T 
LOCKARD, JOSEPH F 
MCGOWAN, MARY E 
MCINTYRE, WILLIAM J 



INFO CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 20 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM JULY 1 

CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 



7,917.42 
1,311.12 

6,019.92 
7,157.76 
2,804.58 
3,991.50 
339.42 
5,923.92 
10,365.48 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT N. 



NIX - CONTINUED 



PETIT, MICHAEL ASSISTANT, TO SEPT. 30 $2,250.00 

SOUTHERLAND, BEVERLY T ASST, FROM OCT. 2L 388.90 

SOUTHERLANO, JAMES F STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 1 2,250.00 

VASS, JUANITA 5,871.54 

WHITE, CHARLES EDWARD 7,748.34 

WILLIAMS, HARRY T 4,453.92 

OFFICE OF HON. DAVID R. OBEY 

BEDFORO, CHERYL L RECEPTIONIST-SECRETARY, 4,050.02 

CHASE, NANCY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK SECY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 . 1,147.33 

CONLON, RICHARD P RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

AND FROM SEPT. 1 641.67 

OAHL, LAWRENCE E FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, FROM JULY 1 .... 3,300.00 

EARL, SHEILA C SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 1,697.00 

HAGENGRUBER, DONALD L CLERK, TO AUG. 31 550.00 

LARSON, BEATRICE C CASEWORKFR, 7,050.00 

MADISON, JERRY M DI STP IC T .SECRET ARY , FROM JULY 1 10,999.98 

MILLER, ROBFRT N RESEARCH AST, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 . 697.33 

OHARA, KATHLEEN A OFF MANAGER-PERS SECRETARY, FROM JULY 

1 6,050.00 

REIVITZ, LINDA LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 8,050.00 

SPENCER, WINIFRED A SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 2,800.02 

STITT, LYLE H ADMIN ASST, FROM JULY 1 11,447.31 

STURGES, GERALD D LEGIS ASST, 8,647.33 

WATSON, GERALYN SECRFTARY, 4,050.02 



OFFICE OF HON. JAMES G. O'HAPA 



BARBOUR, NANCY R SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 .... 

BICE, MARY E SECTY, FROM JULY 1 

BONNIS, KARFN JEAN SECTY, FROM AUG. 17 

BOYCE, KATHARINE R SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 23 

BRUFF, JOHN B 

FINK, DAVID HOWARD CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 

FLETCHER, FAITH ANN TO NOV. 13 

FRUSH, BARBARA A SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 5 

GODFREY, JANE E SECRETARY, FROM JULY 12 

GRADER, BETTY L TO NOV. 30 

HOLYCROSS, BLANCHE V SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 

MCGLINCHEY, MAURFEN SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 

NEWMAN, DANIEL P CLFRK, 

SHANDS, WILLIAM E ASSISTANT, 

SMITH, DIANE CECELIA SECTY, 

SMITH, ELIZABETH MARIE EXEC SECRETARY, 

ZACK, EUGENE C ADM ASST, FROM DEC. ?2 

OFFICF OF HON. ALVIN E. O'KONSKI 

DIERKING, ROBERT CLERK, 

D'JFEK, PAUL C ADM. ASST 

HFNITZ, DIANA L CLERK, 

KAPPUS, JAMFS F CLERK-TYPIST, FROM SEPT. 1 

LADIN, HAROLD CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

MARTY, MARY E HOME OFFICE CLERK, 

OKONSKI, VERONICA H CLERK, 

ROWE, MARY S CLFRK, 

SIMMONS, JAMES WARREN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

TEITGEN, ELIZABETH S CLFRK, 

ZESZUTEK, JANICE CLERK, 



125.00 
3,510.00 
2,233.33 

633.33 
5,794.44 

600.00 
2,341.33 
5,017.07 
3,286.09 
3,494.75 
3,033.35 
2, 166.68 
8,027.28 
10,000.02 
2,650.02 
7,000.02 
500.00 



9,499.98 

13,746.00 

5,800.02 

4,500.00 

2,250.00 

1,950.00 

10,050.00 

9,250.02 

450.00 

8,400.00 

5,299.98 



OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS P. O'NEILL, JR. 

BRAND, STANLEY RESEARCH ASST, TO NOV. 30 AND LEGIS 

ASST, FROM DEC. 1 

CPANSHAw, DOROTHY J CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 21 AND 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 
30 

DRAGO, NICHOLAS V LEGIS AIDE, 



4,288.35 



801.67 
4,249.98 



90 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS P. O'NEILL, J". - CONTINUED 

G4NN0N, FRANCINE M ASST SECTY .' $4,750.02 

GREENSP4N, HOWARD RESEARCH ASST, FPOM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

AND FROM DEC. 1 540.99 

JONES, MARY-ALYCE F ASST SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

KELLY, DOROTHY M PERSONAL SECTY, 8,500.02 

LYNCH, KEVIN JOHN LEGIS AIDE, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 874.98 

HEEH4N, TIMOTHY F, JR LEGIS ASST, 6,000.00 

MOYNAGH, JOHN R, III RESEARCH ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 1,166.68 

MULLEN, THOMAS H ADM ASST, 11,500.02 

PQTQPE, PATRICIA A ASST SFCRETARY, 4,249.98 

RAMSEY, MICHELE A RESEARCH ASST, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 291.67 

RO..AN, JAMES P ASSISTANT, 9,499.98 

SNOW, DOLOR c S C EXEC. SECTY 8,500.02 

SULLIVAN, GAIL F RFSFARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 TC AUG. 31 874.98 

SYLVESTER, ISABELLE A ASST SECTY, FROM SEPT. 1 1,166.60 

OFFICE OF HON. OTTO E. PASSMAN 

ARMITAGE, ROBBYE SECRETARY 4,000.02 

8APKLEY, VICTORIA LOU CLERK, TO OCT. 31 1,666.68 

BENNETT, MELANIE ANNE SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 1,500.00 

BRACKETT, THOMAS H PUBLIC REL AIDE, 1,750.02 

CORRETT, JOAN A SECRETARY, 7,083.34 

EDWARDS, VICKI LYNN CLERK, 2,100.00 

GRIMES, MARY SIKORA SECTY, FRO" AUG. 1 5,895.84 

LINGLE, MARY R SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 2, 375. CO 

LIPP, LUCY F SECRETARY, 4,999.98 

PASSMAN, OTIS J SPECIAL ASST, 4,750.02 

ROGERS, HELENA SECRETARY, 1,500.00 

SHEPPARD, FREDA J SECRETARY 6,500.02 

WILLIAMS, MARTHA K ADM ASST, 14,500.02 

WINN, DAVID M SECTY, FROM DEC. 1 1,000.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WRIGHT PATMAN 

ANDROS, EUGENIA CLERK, 4,80C00 

BALDUS, RATRICIA M CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 2,375.01 

BROWN, CHARLES W CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 600.00 

COOPER, EILEEN BETSY CLERK, 5,200.02 

COUNCILL, OOROTHY F SECRETARY, 11,100.00 

FISHER, BRADY ALAN CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 1,500. CO 

FLANARY, DONALD H, JR CLERK, TO SEPT. 15 1,250.00 

GIST, GWENDOLYN K CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 500.00 

HAMPTON, ADPIENNE ANN CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 1,500.00 

IVEY, JERRINE B CLERK, 3,150.00 

OROURKE, JOANNA G CLERK 4,849.98 

PHILLIPS, MARIANNE W CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 8 200.00 

ROTA, SHELVA JEAN CLERK 2,689.58 

SHACKLETTE, BARON I ADM ASST, 14,500.02 

SHACKLETTF, C P CLERK, 10,412.52 

THOMPSON, BILLY H CLERK, TO NOV. 30 2,625.00 

WELCH, STEPHEN MARK CLERK, TO SEPT. 15 1,250.00 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD J. PATTEN 

BROWN, OLGA JAMISON 10,722.48 

CALLAS, STEPHEN G 14,491.98 

COHEN, MARK D SUMMER INTERN, TO AUG. 31 87C.00 

DEG4S0N, JOANN M CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 1,625.01 

DONELON, FRED J DISTRICT AIDE, FROM SEPT. 1 1,176.00 

DONOHUE, RICHARD C INTERN, TO AUG. 31 1,200.00 

DUBESTER, ERNEST W INTERN, TO AUG. 31 870.00 

GERR, HAROLD JAY SUMMER INTERN, TO AUG. 31 870.00 

GIBBS, KAREN MARIE CLFRK, FROM JULY 1 5,982.50 

HOLTON, SHARON A CLERK, FROM SEPT. 27 1,566.67 

JACKO, JOHN J DISTRICT AIDE, FROM JULY 1 2,350.00 

JOSE, PATRICIA ANN FROM JULY 1 6,616.34 

LADEN, GARY MARK SUMMER INTEPN, TO AUG. 31 870.00 

LOWENKOPF, LEO S 3,648.48 

MULLEN, EDWARD R SUMMFR INTERN, TO AUG. 31 870.00 

OGRADY, CONSTANCE M DIST AIDE, FROM SEPT. 1 1,109.32 



91 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD J. PATTEN - CONTINUED 



OWEN, SAMUEL P UlST AIDE, FROM SEPT. 1 *.. 

PATTEN, ANNA 

SCALA, GRACE E CLERK-DISTRICT, FROM DEC. 1 

SPERBER, MARK DAVID INTERN, TO AUG. 31 

STOUKAS, ANMARIE T DISTRICT AIDE, FROM SEPT. 1 

ZARROW, AMY LEVY CLERK, FROM SEPT. 15 TO DEC. 14 

ZYSKOWSKI, JANET M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

OFFICE UF HON. THOMAS M. PELLY 

AMOS, OSCAR A SECRFTARY, 

BAUER, MARGARET L SECRETARY, 

HUGHES, JAMES ' PRESS SECRETARY, 

MASON, FLIZABETH ANNE SECRETARY, 

MAYHEW, PATRICIA W SECRETARY 

MCKAY, MICHAEL D CLERK, FROM JULY 1 

PORTER, ADEL SECRETARY, 

SMITS, TED A DISTRICT REP, 

WOLFE, JOHN W CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

YOUNG»1AN, ALBERT A CLERK, 

OFFICE OF HON. CLAUDF PEPPER 

ABELITIS, FRANCES V CLERK, FRCM NOV. 16 

BEDELL, ELIZABETH B SECRETARY, 

BOYSFN, MARY R CLERK, FROM SEPT. 24 TO SEPT. 30 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 7 

CAMPBELL, FRANCES H SECRETARY, 

CHENAULT, MARY LILLIAN SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND SECTY TO 

ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 

DICKSON, CHARLOTTE G SECRETARY, 

DICKSON, MARGARET M RECEPTIONIST, 

GESUNDHEIT, NEIL CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 26 TO 

AUG. 31 

GIBSON, GERALDINE A TYPIST-CLERK, 

LASSER, AMELIA T LEGIS AIDE, 

MARSCH, REGINA CLERK, 

OWENS, ROBERT CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 10 AND 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 13 TO SEPT. 30 

REED, HELEN L FILE CLERK, TO SEPT. <. 

SIMON, VICTORIA CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

SOUTHERLAND, JAMES F ADM AIDE, TO NOV. 7 AND STAFF ASST, 

FROM NOV. 8 

UNGAR, CHERYL G CLERK, 

VAUGHN, C ELLIS DISTRICT AIDE, 

WALLER, MILDRED EXEC ASST 

WYCHE, PAUL H, JR LEGISLATIVE ASST, FROM NOV. 8 

ZACK, STEPHEN NEAL LEGIS AIDE, FROM DEC. 16 

OFFICE OF HON. CARL D. PERKINS 

ABSHER, JOHN JACK CLERK, TO JULY 6 

BLAKE, LUCILLE H FXEC SECRETARY, 

8RANHAM, LAWRENCE CLERK, 

BROWNSTEIN, ESTHER S 

CASTORO, ELSA R SECRETARY, 

DAVIDSON, LILLIAN W SECRETARY, 

EPPERSUN, RUTH M SECRETARY, 

FOTIS, STEPHEN FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

FREDERICK, CONSTANCE E OFFICE ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 

JEWELL, CHARLOTTE R SECRETARY, 

MILLER, W KFNNETH CLERK, 

°IEPER, M&RY JOE SECRFTAPY, TO OCT. 31 

ROBEY, PATRICK PENN CLERK, TO AUG. 26 

SCALLAN, PAMELLA M SECRETARY, 

SMITH, SHARON D FROM JULY 7 

TODO, GERTRUDE D SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 

VANCE, BILLY F CLERK, TO AUG. 26 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, FROM JUNE 12 TO AUG. 26 

WEINBERG, LOIS SFCRETARY, TO AUG. 20 



$1,176.00 

6,055.02 

600.00 

870. OC 

1,411.68 

1,800.00 

450.00 



7,399.98 
4,249.98 
14,500.02 
4,200.00 
4,875.00 
2,566.66 
6,150.00 
7,800.00 
900.00 
1,000.02 



1,405.35 
7,289.88 

1,376.55 
6, 185.76 

4,961.14 
5,854.08 
3,606.18 

350.00 
3, 183.00 
5,756.20 
2,502.66 

400.00 

1,339.56 

425.98 

8,233.35 
4,813.92 
4,213.98 
10,816.98 
1,766.67 
416.67 



91.20 
8,927.58 
2,283.42 
8,210.35 
6, 194.46 
5,619.48 
5,792.46 
970.00 
3.540.0C 
5,273.46 
2,428.38 
3,515.64 
1, 120.00 
5,830.02 
4,620.00 
2,957.04 

1, 120.00 
884.65 



71-124 O - 72 



92 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JERRY I. PETTIS 



BARNES, DIANNE H 
DALY, CLAUDIA ELLEN 
FITTS, SUSAN M 
HAGGART, KENNA TAYLOR 
JANKA, LINDA 
JONES, HELEN E 
KANNENBERG, HOLLY A 

KOTZ, MERRY K 
LEONARD, WILLIAM R 

NEGRETE, EDWARD V 
PERRY, LOIS H 
PETRIE, DEBORAH J 
PICKETT, CHRISTINE ANN 
SHUPP, BETTY L 
TERHEYDEN, WILLIAM F 
WOODRING, JOANN ROBERTA 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 . 

DIST SFCRETARY, 

CLERK-TYPIST, TO NOV. 30 AND 
SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 1 

ASSISTANT, TO NOV. 30 AND SPECIAL 
ASST, FROM DEC. 1 

LEGIS ASST, 

CASEWORKER, FROM AUG. 15 

CLERK TYPIST, 

SECTY, 



754.64 
044.38 
313.00 
779.12 
450.00 
225.02 

128.35 
113.47 

045.82 
001.88 
435.68 
288.90 
644.43 
500.02 
001.88 
850.00 



OFFICE OF HON. PETER A. PEYSER 



BARRY, THEODORE L 
BRENNAN, KATIE S 
BROSNIHAN, VIRGINIA f 
DINGMAN, RICHARD B 
DRAKE, JANE B 
FISCHER, STUART M H 

GREIF, LEOPOLD H 

HAYNES, ROBERT E, JR 
HOLSTEIN, JOYCE T 
HURLEY, JOHN R 
JACKSON, WARREN G 

JENKINS, CARLA S 
LANG, RICHARD A, JR 

MARAIO, JENNIFER S 
MARSTON, LANCE 
MOROCH, MAUREEN ANN 
NAAR, JOSEPH L 
NAU, SUZETTF B 
OVEROCKER, LYNDA R 
PEARL, MARY CORLISS 
PORTMAN, MERRILL A 
POWER, SUSAN H 
WEHNER, PAMELA ANN 



PRESS ASST, FROM NOV. 1 1,814.58 

CLERK, 2,831.33 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, 6,000.00 

STAFF COUNSEL, FROM OCT. 17 4,869.84 

DISTRICT MANAGER, 5,749.98 

CLERK, TO AUG. 13 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 TO AUG. 15 736.67 

LEGIS ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND STAFF 

COUNSEL, FROM SEPT. 1 8,677.00 

CLERK, TO AUG. 20 AND FROM DEC. 1 .... 922.22 

DIST ASST, TO OCT. 1 505.57 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 25 892.23 

DIST CONSULTANT, FROM OCT. 17 TO NOV. 

17 1,240.00 

OFFICE MANAGER/CASEWORKER, 6,250.02 

DIST CONSULTANT, FROM OCT. 17 TO NOV. 

17 1,446.66 

DIST ASST, FROM AUG. 27 2,328.43 

ADM ASST, TO OCT. 31 9,641.68 

SECTY, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 6 850.00 

SPECIAL ASST, 4,000.02 

SECRETARY, 4,180.02 

RECEPTIONIST, 4,024.98 

TO AUG. 18 693.33 

DIST CONSULTANT, FROM DEC. 1 1,200.00 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 8 784.71 

PRESS ASST, TO OCT. 8 2,275.79 



OFFICE OF HON. 



BIJSHELL, LINDA K 
CRAFT, MARY ELIZABETH 
DRUMMOND, CLIF 
ELLIOTT, DOROTHY J 
GREGORY, JANICE M 
LOPEZ, HERMINIA 
MOORE, CLAUDIA G 
MORTON, JOSEPH CRAIG 
PAYTE, LORETTA H 
PHENIX, GEORGE R 
PROFFITT, ROBERT A 
RICHESON, JILES DAVID 
ROBERTS, SUSAN R 
SHULMAN, MOLLY 
SIMON, SUSAN 
WEST, DAVID R 

WILLIAMS, NANCY N 



CLERK, FROM JULY 1 3,935.75 

CLERK, 3,935.75 

7,366.93 

CLERK, 3,649.98 

CLERK, 4,950.00 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 2,876.08 

CLERK HIRE, FROM NOV. 1 1,400.00 

CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 150.00 

CLERK, 7,750.02 

CLERK, 11,201.75 

CLERK, FROM AUG. I TO SEPT. 30 2,000.00 

8,022.83 

CLERK, TO JULY 13 281.67 

CLERK, 5,950.02 

CLERK, 4,399.98 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 TO AUG. 15 1,000.00 

CLERK, FROM OCT. 25 TO OCT. 31 120.00 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. OTIS G. PIKE 

ANDERSON, BARBARA A DIST OFFICE SECY. $5,251.14 

BLACKSTONE, MARGARET L CLERK, TO SEPT. 15 1,083.32 

CONKLIN, BLANCHE A 1,451.88 

DONNER, AARON B 4,397.75 

KEMP, PATRICIA ANNE SECTY, FROM AUG. 1 3,791.25 

KENNY, ROSELYN 8,012.21 

MCLAUGHLIN, SHARON A SECRETARY, 3,784.38 

ORR, BETTY L 5,963.93 

QUINN, JOSEPH R 2,652.12 

TOPF, MARGERY ELLEN TO SEPT. 30 2,525.01 

WALOBAUER, ROBERT T 2,652.12 

WARING, SNOWDEN W CLERK, FROM SEPT. 20 TO NOV. 10 AND 

FROM DEC. 6 1,018.05 

WOOLBERT, MAYBELLE S 12,108.61 

ZEGEL, VIKKI ADRIENNE CLERK, 1,666.68 

OFFICE OF HON. ALEXANDER PIRNIE 

BENNETT, DOUGLAS P LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, 7,099.98 

BERGIN, JOHN W 2,072.10 

BOEHLERT, SHERWOOO L EXEC ASST, 14,500.02 

BOWEN, JOYCE SECRETARY, FROM JULY I 3,431.27 

DAVIES, D REGINALD FIELD REP, 2,250.00 

EPPOLITO, JOSEPH N 3,250.02 

NAEGELE, JANICE G DISTRICT SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO 

NOV. 30 AND DIST OFFICE SUPERVISOR, 

FROM DEC. I 2,083.33 

PINTO, JOHN G FIELD REP., 1,000.02 

RACKLEY, SANDRA T 4,618.75 

SAUSVILLE, BEATRICE M SFCRET AG Y-CASE SPECIALIST, 7,500.00 

SAVAGE, JAMES W CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

SHEPARD, MARIANNA H PERSONAL SECRETARY, 7,500.00 

VRAKATITSIS, ZOE DISTRICT SECRETARY, TO OCT. 18 2,430.00 

OFFICE OF HON. W. R. POAGE 

BLAKE, CHARLES EDWARD 9,616.44 

BLAKE, NAOMI MC M 1,000.02 

BUTLER, CHARLES R, JR FROM SEPT. 1 2,000.00 

GLASS, CHLOE M 6,750.00 

HASTINGS, JOHN A, JR FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 750.00 

HEN1NGT0N, CLARENCE D FROM JULY 1 9,616.02 

HOLSTEAD, ELLA K 8,558.16 

KENNEDY, JOAN E FROM OCT. 15 TO NOV. 30 255.56 

LAIR, RUTH 9,616.44 

PATTIE, LOVE M 9,289.20 

SCHUSTER, CARRO LEE FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 1,000.00 

STEWART, EPA 5,031.62 

VICK, MICHAEL RAY FROM JULY 1 1,000.02 

OFFICE OF HON. BERTRAM L. PGOELL 

ALPERT, SHERMAN CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 958.33 

ANFANG, MIRIAM SECTY, FROM AUG. I TO NOV. 30 3,541.66 

CLFVELAND, LINOA S SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 1 2,000.01 

DERBY, ANN R SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 2,850.00 

FELDMAN, JANE SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 4,000.02 

GEL3ARD, RUTH F 4,501.02 

GERSER, LOUIS MEYER LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY I 6,000.00 

GROSSMAN, JUDITH SECTY, 3,499.98 

HANSEN, HANS I FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 666.67 

JACKNIS, NORMAN J CLERK, FROM OCT. I TO OCT. 31 AND FROM 

DEC. I 1,308.33 

MADDEN, MURIEL P 5,835.60 



94 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. BERTRAM L. PODELL - CONTINUED 



MICKENBERG, IRA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. I TO SEPT. 30 

MILLER, JOHN CLERK, TO NOV. 30 

MURPHY, PEGGY , 

MURRAY, SALLY L SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 .... 

PARKER, JOHN CLERK, 

ROLOAN, IDA SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 1 

ROSENBERG, SHERRY SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 TO NOV. 30 .... 

ROSENTHAL, HERBERT M CLERK, FROM DEC. I 

SCHNEIER, MARTIN CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 

TENENCOFF, SAMUEL CLERK, FROM JULY I 

WALTERS, MONICA MAY SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 .... 

WEISBRODT, SHIRLEY SECTY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

WILBURN, JOHN A CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

WYGODA, GERALD H EXEC ASST, FROM JULY 1 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD H. POFF 

ANDERSON, VIVIAN 

BAUMGARDNER, DOUGLAS K CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND CONGRESSIONAL 

INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 TO AUG. 15 

BOWMAN, RANDAL RAY CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND STAFF AIDE, FROM 

AUG. 1 

HATCHER, MARY SUZANNE CLERK, 

HUMPHREYS, ROBERT W STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 

JARRATT, MARY C PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

MCKENNA, JOYCE LEE CLERK, 

WHITE, JOHN THOMAS, II ADM ASST, 

WOHLFORD, MARY ANN DISTRICT SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. WALTER E. POWELL 

ANDERSON, MARY R CLERK-TYPIST, FROM DEC. 10 

BRILL, VIVIAN R DIST SECTY, FROM DEC. 1 

CASE, KATHLEEN MARIE SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM DEC. 

16 

CHAPPELL, ROBERT K FIELD REP, FROM SEPT. 7 TO DEC. 6 .... 

COSSABOOM, BRUCE PRESS AIDE, FROM JULY 1 

CRAMER, FRED BRUCE DISTRICT ASST, FROM JULY 1 

FENING, DANIEL K INTERN, TO AUG. 31 

FIERCE, DONALD L SPECIAL ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 

AND EXEC ASST, FROM DEC. 1 

FRIEND, JAMES SCHAMP SPECIAL ASST, 

HEINKEL, CONSTANCE JEAN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

KENNA, DIANE M SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 13 TO NOV. 30 .. 

LACHSTADTER, LOIS L SPECIAL ASST, 

LYONS, HELEN E CLERK-TYPIST, FROM DEC. 10 

MOLINSKY, GARY M STAFF ASST, FROM DEC. I 

MOORHEAD, RANDALL B INTERN, FROM JULY 2 TO SEPT. 10 

NORTON, DONNA K LEGIS ASST, 

PERRY, FRANKLIN D DISTRICT AIDE, TO AUG. 31 

RAWLETTE, KATHLEEN A RECEPTIONIST, FROM JULY I TO JULY 31 

AND SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 

RISOON, MARTHA D SECTY, FROM JULY 1 TO DEC. 3 

SCHROTE, RACHEL D CLERK TYPIST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 . 

STEVENS, JOY STELLA CLERK TYPIST, TO JULY 31 AND 

CASEWORKER, FROM AUG. 1 

WARD, CLAIRE ELLEN DIST SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 



$800.00 

583.33 

8,260.56 

1,216.47 

4,650.00 

1,083.34 

4,865.88 

1,216.47 

533.33 

4,500.00 

666.67 

958.33 

700.00 

6,000.00 



950.00 

4,941.65 
6,893.52 
5,500.02 
6,893.52 
6,893.52 
14,500.02 
6,893.52 



350.00 
500.00 

2,479.16 

4,400.01 

4,999.98 

10,433.32 

450.00 

4,833.35 

12,600.00 

450.00 

2,058.34 

1,200.00 

350.00 

750.00 

596.67 

5,899.98 

3,433.34 

3,300.00 

2,807.50 

150.00 

5,066.65 
3,066.65 



OFFICE OF HON. RICHARDSON PREYER 



CLINARD, LYNN STEWART 

DAVIS, PATRICIA ELEANOR 
DORSEY, MIRIAM J 
ELMORE, ANN E 
GRUBBS, ETHEL B 
HEMPHILL, W LEE, II 
HIGGINS, JOHN T, JR 
JONES, DREWPY JAMES 
LAMBETH, THOMAS W 
LUCAS, WILLIAM ERNEST 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY I TO 

AUG. 31 

CLERK, 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM SEPT. 8 

CLERK, FROM JULY 19 TO AUG. 31 

CLERK, TO JULY 18 

LEGIS ASST, 

CLERK, TO JULY 18 



600.00 
3,000.00 
4,500.00 
1,255.54 
5,800.02 

728.00 

344.00 

6,000.00 

13,750.02 

318.00 



95 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARDSON PREYER - CONTINUED 



MILLER, LANE W 
PRUITT, BERNICE 

REAGAN, WALKER, III 
SCHECTER, IRENE D 

STERN, SIDNEY J, III 
THOMAS, KAREN 
WOMACK, JAMES 

WOMBLE, HAZEL WHEELER 



CLERK, FROM JULY 19 TO AUG. 31 

CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND SECTY, FROM AUG. 

5 

CLERK, FROM JULY 19 TO AUG. 31 

SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 7 AND 

FROM SEPT. 7 

CLERK, TO JULY 18 

CLERK, TO OCT. 31 AND SPECIAL ASST, 
FROM NOV. 1 



6,722.76 

728.00 

3,361.09 

318.00 

3,199.98 

3,423.34 

4,150.02 



OFFICE OF HON. MELVIN PRICE 



BERRY, LYNN 
HART, WILLIAM K 
HICKMAN, SCOTT 
JOTTE, EUGENE T 
LOUGHRY, JAN 
MORRISON, MARGARET E 
NORTHINGTON, JAMESETTA 
PRICE, RAYMOND A 
PUENT, PATRICIA ANN 
RAY, DEHAVILLAND 
SCRIVNER, PETER C 
WRIGHT, CAROLE L 



CLERK, TO AUG. 31 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 



ADMIN ASST, 



600.00 
3,750.00 

450.00 
6,264.30 
6,264.30 
6,264.30 
6,264.30 
6,264.30 
3,183.00 
4,308.24 
14,491.92 
6,264.30 



OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT D. PRICE 



CLEMENT, AUORAY LEE 
DAVIS, CATHERINE E 
ELKINS, SHERRI L 
FORREST, ALBERTA SUE 
GUTHRIE, GINGER DEE 
HAMMOND, BARBARA ANN 
HANCHETT, JANE E 

HOUSE, KATIE TANNER 
JAMEISON, JOHN H, JR 
KNIGHT, THOMAS D 
LANEHART, CHARLES W 
MARTINSON, RONALD L 

MCMAHON, BARBARA ANNE 
MOORE, THERESA E 
PAYNE, JANET G 
REECE, FOREST W, JR 
SANFORO, W1LMA JO 
SWIFT, JOY J 
THAYER, MADALIN J 
WENTWORTH, JEFFREY 
WYATT, JOHN M 



CLERK, TO SEPT. 20 2,355.55 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 7 2,660.00 

SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 1,400.00 

CLERK, 5,954.94 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 23 76.67 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 160.00 

CLERK, TO OCT. 31 AND SPECIAL ASST, 

FROM NOV. 1 3,966.65 

FROM DEC. 1 550.00 

7,185.38 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 1,080.00 

CLERK, 7,000.02 

CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 ANO 

ADMIN ASST, FROM DEC. 1 4,166.66 

CLERK, 6,787.80 

CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 19 566.23 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 400.00 

CLERK, TO DEC. 5 9,676.34 

CLERK 4,121.82 

CLERK, 3,708.06 

CLERK, 5,333.33 

FROM DEC. 18 650.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 



OFFICE OF HON. DAVID H. PRYOR 



BONDY, BEVERLY 
BURKE, BRYAN L, JR 
COLLINS, THEDFORD LAVON 
CULPEPPER, DONALD B 
DOUGLAS, JAMES PAUL 
FOWLER, JAMES M 
HENRY, 'JOHN HUGH 
HUGHES, ELEANOR P 
JOHNSON, LEWIS J 
JONES, LINDA T 
KENNER, MARY VIRGINIA 
MACQUEEN, CANDACE 
NEMIR, RALPH WOOD 
OWEN, M JANICE 
RANCHINO, JAMES L 
SIMPSON, PEGGY 
STOLZ, CAROL M 



CLERK, 

CLERK, TO AUG. 20 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 20 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

ADMIN ASST, FROM JULY 1 

CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 

CLERK, FROM DEC. 17 

CLERK, 

CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 

CLERK, FROM JULY 15 

CLERK, 

CLERK, FROM JULY 15 TO SEPT. 15 



4,075.02 

833.33 

4,153.32 

1,000.00 

841.67 

500.00 

12,400.02 

1,500.00 

280.00 

4,099.98 

1,500.00 

900.00 

3,266.67 

4,750.02 

1,626.67 

5,056.56 

5,712.12 



96 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. DAVID H. PRYOR - CONTINUED 

TATEi RUTH G CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 5 $408.33 

TRIB8LE, PATRICIA R 7,501.63 

TRULOCK, JEFFREY M CLERK, FROM JULY 15 TO JULY 31 266.67 

TUCKER, WILLIAM J TO NOV. 30 2,603.70 

ZEIOLER, HELEN M CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 900.00 

OFFICE OF HON. ROMAN C. PUCINSKI 

BOCHNIK, BERNICE 6,000.00 

BOOTHE, EVELYN MB TO SEPT. 30 2,499.99 

CARMODY, PATRICIA M 6,499.98 

CRITES, CYNTHIA A ADM ASST, 8,749.98 

DISIMONE, RITA L 6,250.02 

DOERFLEIN, PUTHM RECEPTIONIST, 4,800.00 

HAVILAND, ELLEN V 2,500.02 

KUTA, PATRICIA A 6,250.02 

LEO, MILLIE JEANNE STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 AND RESEARCH 

ASST, FROM DEC. 1 1,500.00 

SACHAY, JAMES E 8,749.98 

STANIEC, LILLIAN V 6,750.00 

STEFANOWICZ, CANDICE CLERK-TYPIST, FROM AUG. 1 2,500.00 

TOMS, RUSSELL STAFF ASST, 3,000.00 

WILCZYNSKI, MARLENE J CLERK, 600.00 

WISNIEWSKI, THOMAS J CLERK, 1,850.00 

WRIGHT, JANET M CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 600.00 

OFFICE OF HON. GRAHAM PURCELL 

BALCH, KATHFRINE L SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 1,431.00 

BLACKWELL, LINDA LYONS PRESS ASST, 4,000.02 

BRICKELL, MARION EXEC SECTY, 8,095.50 

CLAASSEN, TERRY L LEGIS ASST, 5,039.52 

HANES, WILLIAM T, JR TO JULY 31 2,415.33 

HIGGINS, BETTY J 5,619.48 

HOFFMAN, HATTIE BELLE SECRETARY, 1,800.00 

KADAR, GEZA, JR STAFF ASST, 3,417.58 

PORTIS, SUSAN K SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 15 .... 287.50 

RAINBOLT, JOHN V ADM ASST, 12,727.02 

ROBERTS, PEGGY J TO AUG. 31 1,372.84 

RUTENBAR, MARSHA L SECTY, FROM SEPT. 1 1,000.00 

SCARBOROUGH, M KENNETH DISTRICT ASST 4,066.68 

SIMS, IRIS A SECRETARY, 3,600.00 

STEPHFNS, ELMER LEWIS DIST REP, FROM AUG. 1 10,749.59 

TOBOLOWSKY, IRA E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY I TO 

AUG. 15 450.00 

WEBER, CAROL A SECTY, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND 

RECEPTIONIST, FROM OCT. 1 2,324.99 

WHITE, JEANETTE ELAINE SECRETARY, 5,619.48 

OFFICE OF HON. ALBERT H. QUIE 

ANDRES, 8ILL JOSEPH COLLEGE INTERN, FROM DEC. 6 250.00 

BARTFLL, JO ANN E SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 4,000.02 

DALFIOEN, MARY C PERSONAL SECTY, 3,775.00 

DIPAOLJ, CHERYL ANN SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 3,799.98 

FETTE, EVELYN M DIST OFFICE SECRETARY, 3,848.77 

HALL, KFITH E LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, 11,500.02 

JOHNSON, ROGER K DIST REP., 7,982.52 

KOEMPEL, MICHAEL LEE RESEARCH ASST, TO AUG. 31 1,250.00 

KORFHAGE, GLENN H SUMMER INTERN, TO AUG. 25 733.33 

LOEN, VERNON C 14,500.02 

NARUTA, ANNE P CASEWORKER, 5,899.98 

REDALEN, LINDA KAY STENO- SECP ET AP Y , FROM SEPT. 1 2,500.00 

RUNNINGEN, POGER INTERN, FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 900.00 

SIMONDS, CAROL A SECRETARY, 5,854.02 

TROTTER, LINDA L STENOGRAPHER, 4,249.98 



97 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES H. QUILLEN 



BROWN, MARY LUELLA 
CRIST, GLORIA R 
DAVIS, MARYLEE 
FREEHOFF, PATRICIA A 
FRENCH, KATHRYN HYDE 
HAMBLEN, CAROLE M 
HYOER, PATRICIA D 
LIGHT, FRANCES HAUN 
MCINTURFF, ROBERT N 
MILLER, JAMES EMILUS 
MORTON, OIANNE N 
PLESS, LYNOELL S 
PRICE, MARY LOU 
RILEY, IDA J 
SIVERT, SUSAN 
TAYLOR, HUGH, III 
THORNBERRY, KATHY L 
WAGNER, CHARLES K 
WHITE, SARAH ELIZABETH 



SECRETARY, 

SECTY, FROM AUG. 1 

SECTY, TO AUG. 3-1 

SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 15 

SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY, 

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 

FIELD REP, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, 

SECRETARY 

SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 

SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY, 

CONGRFSSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 . 

SECTY, TO AUG. 14 , 

CLERK, 

SECRETARY, 



,035, 
,450. 
,000, 
,195. 
,180, 
,900. 
,035, 
,274, 
,592, 
,299, 
,999, 
,550, 
,300, 
,293, 
,247, 
450, 
547, 
,862, 
,816, 



OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS F. RAILSBACK 



BECKETT, DEBORAH K 
CARR, CYNTHIA ELAINE 

CORWIN, DARLENE FAY 
DUTTON, KAREL H 
ELSBURY, SUE ELLEN 
FRISK, MILDRED D 
GALLAGHER, FLORENCE M 
HANKINS, GROVER G 



HERMELIN, WILLIAM M 
MCCARTHY, ROBERTA B 
MCLEAN, UNA M 
OLSON, CRAIG R 

PEERLESS, EILEEN 
POLK, WILLIAM BENJAMIN 
REID, REBECCA J 
STONKUS, VIRGINIA S 
VALENTINE, PATRICIA ANN 
WHITCOMB, CAROL L 
WICHSER, PATRICIA ANN 



SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 .... 
SECRETARY, TO AUG. 20 AND FROM SEPT. 1 
TO SEPT. 27 

PRESS SECRETARY, 

STAFF SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 1 

SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY, 

RESEARCH ASST, TO JULY 10 AND 
CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 1 TO 

JULY 10 

ADMIN ASST, 

SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 21 

SECRETARY, 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 11 TO 

AUG. 15 

TO AUG. 31 

DISTRICT REP., 

SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 28 

INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 7 

SECRETARY, TO AUG. 29 

SECRETARY, 

LEGIS SECY, FROM SEPT. 27 



390.00 

890.00 
4,532.70 
4,750.02 

238.00 
5,772.72 
4,532.70 



215.56 

10,000.02 
2,083.33 
8,510.52 

350.00 
1,583.66 
9,827.10 
1,937.50 

101.11 
1,485.72 
4,249.98 
3,002.77 



OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM J. RANDALL 



BARGER, DENNIS D 
BAUMGARNER, JAMES 
BONKOSKI, ALLIE 
BRELSFORD, JOHN 
8RIGHTMAN, LUCY C 
CHAPMAN, GRACE E 
CLAGETT, ELIZABETH H 
CLAYMAN, MARJORIE M 
DECLERCK, MARY ANN 
DEWALT, SHIPLEY ANNE 
GEORGE, DOROTHY PEARL 
HAAS, BETH R 
HAYES, PATRICK M 
HOCKER, IRAH E 
HOLDEN, VICKIE L 
HUGHES, CAREY M 
JUSTICE, HAZEL R 
LAPORTE, GERALD J 
LEIBSTONE, MARVIN A 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 441.67 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 391.67 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 883.34 

CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 883.34 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 441.67 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 441.67 

SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 400.00 

CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 883.34 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 441.67 

CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 441.67 

CLERK, 4,860.00 

9,938.52 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 358.33 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 333.33 

SECRETARY, 4,999.98 

CLERK, 3,499.98 

CLERK, 4,500.00 



98 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM J. RANDALL - CONTINUED 

LEWIS, AGNES I CLERK, FROM JULY I TO JULY 31 

MCMURDO, SARAH A CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

MITCHELL, DONNA L 5 

POISAL, GLADYS A CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

RAVEILL, NANCY A CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 

SCOTT, SANDRA KAY CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

THOMPSON, MARGARET G CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1 

THOMPSON, MORGAN E CLERK, 3 

WASSERMAN, ELIZABETH L 5 

WRIGHT, ELIZABETH M 2 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES B. RANGEL 

ARTIS, RUTH STAFF ASST, FROM DEC. 1 

BELL, VIRGINIA LEE DIST ADMINISTRATOR, 

BELLAMY, JAMES J STAFF ASST, 

BLASINI, CARLOS STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 1 

BRADLEY, PATRICIA SECRETARY, 

BROYDRICK, LYNN LEVIN STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 

CLARK, HILTON B STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 .. 

FOSTER, ALFRED N STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

FREEDMAN, EPIC H STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 

GREENE, ELOIS T STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 .. 

GUYTON, GUY A STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 

HENDERSON, LUCILLE STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 

JONES, VIVIAN E EXEC SECTY, 

MCINTOSH, EUGENE E STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 

MILLS, ROGER LEGIS ASST, TO SEPT. 30 

PROCOPE, JONELLE A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 20 

RODRIGUEZ, RAMON STAFF ASST, 

SENA, WILMA JOYCE STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 

30 

SWYGERT, H PATRICK ADMIN ASST, 

VILLEGAS, RACHEL STAFF ASST, 

WATERS, ROBERT J STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 

WILLIAMS, ROY E STAFF ASST, 

YOUNG, BRENDA K STAFF ASST, 

ZAPATA, FELIX R STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN R. RARICK 

ASHMORE, JAMES N LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 

BANKSTON, PFGGY M 

BROOKS, MAMIF LEE EXEC SECRETARY, 

CROWE, VERONICA SECRETARY, 

FARR, CAROLYN F STAFF ASST, 

HAMMONS, GAYLE N SECRETARY, 

HAVERKAMP, TRINETTE J CONGP t SS I ONAL INTERN, TO JULY 31 .... 

HINES, CLAYTON ASST SVC REPRESENTATIVE, 

JOHNSON, WILLIE V I 

MACMURDO, CHARLES SPECIAL ASST, 

MILLS, LINDA F PR SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 

MORAN, MARGARET JANE PUB REL SECTY, FROM AUG. 1 

SANDAHL, VIRGINIA C 

SMITH, MERKEL L CONG SVC OFFICER, 

VARNADO, PATSY KAY RECEPTIONIST, 

WILKERSON, VERNICE ASST SERVICE OFFICER, 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS M. REES 

BAMBERG, GARY A SPECIAL ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 4,666.68 

BANES, CATHERINE L SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND DIST OFC 

MGP, FROM SEPT. 1 4,426.68 

CHEELEY, MARY LILLIAN SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND LEGIS ASST, 

FROM SEPT. 1 3,733.32 

CLOW, LISA M 4,095.00 

DAVIS, KAYE EDWARDS 5,500.02 

FAULSTICH, JANET K FROM JULY 1 8,795.43 

FISHMAN, JOEL FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 2,450.00 



1383.33 
366.67 
032.08 
383.33 
441.67 
683.34 
733.34 
550.02 
032.08 

,664.78 



832.66 
9,000.00 
3,833.34 
1,875.00 
4,500.00 
2,333.32 
1,416.67 

791.00 
2,666.68 

832.66 
3,791.67 
2,500.02 
6,000.00 

625.00 
2,124.99 

500.00 
2,500.02 

832.66 
12,499.98 
3,499.98 
1,415.34 
2,500.02 
3,624.99 

750.00 



6,600.00 
2,816.70 
7,568.75 
3,631.56 
4,350.00 
3,049.98 

300.00 
2,749.98 
3,685.02 
8,500.02 

651.58 
2,933.35 
4,162.50 
8,306.58 
1,950.00 
4,200.00 



99 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. THOMAS M. REES - CONTINUED 

FRISBEE, STEPHEN V SPECIAL ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND CASE 

WORKER, FROM SEPT. 1 $3,966.68 

GREENBERG, JAN SECTY, FROM AUG. I TO AUG. 31 300.00 

HARDY, LEROY C SPECIAL ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 651.67 

KLINE, RICHARD A SPECIAL ASST, FROM JULY 1 6,760.08 

LARKINS, KRISTA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 20 500.00 

LAROCCA, DALE LESLIE 4,095.00 

MAUER, DAVID H SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 21 TO 

AUG. 31 500.00 

MERRILL, FREDERICK, JR RESEARCH ASST, FROM OCT. 1 1,950.00 

MOLLOY, ELEANOR M 4,180.02 

MONACO, VIRGINIA CAROL 4,540.02 

SOLOW, MARY J 4,540.02 

SOMMERS, ARLENE 5,689.98 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLOTTE T. REID 

BENSON, HAZEL M CLERK, 2,824.68 

CAREY, JEAN D CLERK, 5,619.48 

CAREY, PATRICIA ANNE CLERK, TO JULY 31 426.00 

CRAWFORD, JAMES LEE CLERK, TO OCT. 31 1,242.36 

OICKSON, ALLAH F SECRETARY, 9,005.04 

LUSKEY, CHARLENE E CLERK, 5,950.08 

MACAULAY, JOSEPH H ADM ASST, TO OCT. 25 9,258.73 

QUINNEY, MARILYN R CLERK, 7,483.62 

RAUSCHER, JEAN CLERK, TO OCT. 31 983.68 

SIMPSON, JOHN B LEGIS ASST 10,508.76 

WAGLEY, DORIS ANN CLERK, 5,515.68 

WIPFLER, ALICE F CLERK, TO AUG. 13 824.51 

OFFICE OF HON. OGOEN R. REID 

BERDE, CAROL T ADM ASST, FROM JULY 1 9,044.97 

COHEN, JUDITH SUSAN PRESS ASST, FPOM OCT. 1 2,000.01 

EMMONS, NATHANIEL F EXECUTIVE ASST 7,954.38 

GANTZ, KIM ELIZABETH CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 21 510.00 

HELMS, JUDITH S CASE WORKER, FROM JULY 26 3,444.46 

KITZMILLER, W M SPECIAL ASST, FROM NOV. 15 153.33 

MICHELMAN, PEGGY C DIST OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR, 9,591.60 

NAPOLITANO, ANTHONY DISTRICT ASST, FROM JULY 1 1,944.36 

NELSON, CHRISTOPHER D W PRESS SFCRETAPY, TC SEPT. 30 2,120.01 

RATNER, CELITA CASEWORKER, TO JULY 23 549.45 

SCHEID, JUDITH M STAFF ASST, 5,377.20 

SPAULDING, JOAN E PERSONAL SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 5,608.02 

STEIN, BARBARA E STAFF ASST. DIST OFFICE, 4,876.02 

STRAND, GWENDOLYN RECEPTIONIST, FROM JULY 1 4,254.30 

UELLENDAHL, WILMOTH C STAFF ASST-D I STRICT OFF, 2,914.98 

VOSE, LINDA ROMAINE 5,688.66 

WILKIE, EDITH B LEGIS ASST, 4,936.14 

OFFICE OF HON. HENRY S. REUSS 

BOOKER, GARVILL LEON CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 9 TO 

AUG. 15 370.00 

COOPER, MARILYN N DISTRICT AIDE, FROM JULY 1 3,885.33 

DANNHEISSER, RALPH LEGIS ASST, 8,500.02 

EHRHART, DEBORAH M CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 500.00 

FRIEDER, JUDY MORRIS PRESS SECRETARY, 5,500.02 

GARDNER, CHARLES S RESEARCH ASST, FROM DEC. 1 490.99 

GOENS, RICHARD W DISTRICT STAFF ASST, 1,000.02 

GOODELL, JOHN H PESE?R<"H ASSISTANT, FROM NOV. 1 TO 

NOV. 3C 465.99 

GROBE, ROSE AIDE (DIST), FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 . 600.00 
GROVES, LINOA LEE PERS SECY TO ADM ASST, TO NOV. 30 AND 

PERSONAL SECTY TO AA, FROM DEC. I .... 4,291.65 

JENSEN, AUDREY G DIST ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 .... 332.66 

NICOLAS, VERONIKA K SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 15 1,562.50 



100 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. HENRY S. 

OSHEA, MAURA E 

PEARSON, CONSTANCE M 
PISZCZEK, BONNIE J 
ROBINSON, OONALO L 
ROBINSON, SARA MOORE 
ROTHSCHILD, JOHN E 



SIMON, LILLIAN P 
SPRACKER, STANLEY M 
TEHAN, ROBERT E, JR 
VERDIER, JAMES M 
VERDIER, STEPHEN J 



REUSS - CONTINUED 

SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 AND 
PERSONAL SECTY TO MC, FROM DEC. 1 .... 

RECEPTIONIST-APPTS SECY, 

AIDE (DIST), FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 .. 

AOM ASST, 

LEGAL ASST, 

AIDE - MILWAUKEE, FROM SEPT. 1 TO 
SEPT. 30 AND DISTRICT ASST, FROM OCT. 

I TO OCT. 31 

SECRE TARY , 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 8 

DISTRICT OFFICE SECY, 

LEGIS ASST, 

CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 



»4, 291.65 

5,541.68 

200.00 

12,750.00 
5,708.33 



733.33 
3,791.67 

80.00 

1,650.00 

8,750.02 

200.00 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN J. RHODES 

ALKIRE, ALMA ASENATH 
ALLEN, RICHARD F 
CORBETT, MARGARET E 
DECENZO, RITA M 
DORNAN, JAMES E, JR 

FIGLER, JEFFREY DAVID 
MCCONNELL, ROBERT A, J« 
POSEY, CLARA BERNICE 
PROUTY, PERPIE LEE 
RAY, OLIVE N 
RING, STEPHEN W 
RUBINO, STEPHEN CARL 
SCANLAN, ROBERT J 
STEWART, ANN CECELIA 
VONDORN, LUCYLE S 



ADM ASST, 13,478.10 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 22 520.00 

SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 200.00 

SECRETARY, 9,185.88 

RESEARCH ASST, TO OCT. 31 AND FROM 

NOV. 5 1,830.99 

INTERN, TO AUG. 27 570.00 

LEGIS AIDE, 7,856.95 

SECRFTARY, 7,659.78 

SECRETARY, 4,249.98 

RECEPTIONIST, 6,473.76 

INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

CLERK, 1,000.02 

DIST REP., 8,495.88 

SECRETARY, 2,385.00 

SECRETARY, 2,925.00 



OFFICF OF HON. DONALD W. RIEGLE, JR. 



BLAKE, CARL W 
BOYCE, ELIZABETH B 
BRUNELL, OAVID D 
DAUNIS, JOY ANNE 
FINKELSTEIN, LISA 
GORDON, JAMES M 
HOGAN, M ANGELA 

HOTCHKISS, NANCY 
KENERSON, MARTHA LYNNE 
NILES, ROBERT JARMAN 

NOTHOFF, KATHERINE J 
PATCHELL, LINDA 
PRITCHARD, BARBARA J 
SADLER, KATHLEEN 
SHARP, JAMES 
VISSER, PAUL C 

WEST, NANCY L 



ADMIN ASST, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 5 14,177.80 

LEGIS ASST, TO OCT. 31 2,333.32 

13,663.98 

STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 3,250.02 

LEGIS ASST, FROM OCT. 7 2,566.66 

STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 ... 408.33 
ASST URBAN AFFAIRS, TO JULY 31 AND 

FED AID ASST, FROM AUG. 1 5,158.33 

SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 2,333.08 

CASE WORKER, 3,831.80 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 28 AND 

STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. I TO OCT. 31 ... 925.00 

DIST STAFF ASST, 3,166.66 

CASEWORKER, TO SEPT. 30 1,749.99 

4,007.76 

EXEC SECRETARY, 4,749.99 

DIST REPRESENTATIVE, FROM NOV. 1 2,333.34 

DISTRICT ASST, TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM 

NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC. I .... 5,181.17 

STAFF MEMBER, 4,867.95 



OFFICE OF HON. RAY ROBERTS 

ABBOTT, CARROLL 
ALLEN, ELRY T, JR 
AUSTIN, VICKY LYNN 
BOYER, LINDA A 
GEARY, JOHN EOWARD 
GLOVER, MARTHA ANN 
GRIFFITH, WILLIAM R 
HILLFY, KATHLEEN M 
HUNT, JACLYN A 
JONES, ROLAND C, JR 
KIMBROUGH, LORRAINE M 
MCCALEB, MARJORIE B 
OLSEN, MARTHA L 



CLERK, TO SFPT. 15 3,750.00 

CLERK, 6,000.00 

CLERK, 4,399.98 

CLERK, 5,250.00 

CLERK, FROM NOV. 9 1,040.00 

CLERK, 6,049.98 

CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 2,124.99 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 27 1,853.90 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 15 2,682.24 

CLERK, 7,000.02 

SECRETARY, 9,850.02 

CLERK, 5,149.98 

CLERK, 3,000.00 



101 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. RAY ROBERTS - CONTINUED 



RICHARDSON, JEAN ANN CLERK, 

WILLIS, CATHERINE H CLERK, 

OFFICE OF HON. J. KENNETH ROBINSON 

BEAN, MATILDA C SECRETARY, 

BRENGLE, FRANCES L STENOGRAPHER, 

BURKHOLDER, BETTY B STAFF ASST, 

CRANOALL, JANNA SEFCIK RECEPTIONIST, 

DANIELS, JANICE ELLEN CLERK-TYPIST, 

FERNALD, JAMES A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 26 TO 

AUG. 31 

HINES, RUBYE 8 SECRETARY, 

HUTCHINSON, HARVEY E STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 

KARD, SUSAN H CLERK TYPIST, 

KOSKI, JEANNE CLERK, FROM JULY 1 

MATHISEN, CHRIS ADMIN ASST, 

MCMAHON, JAMES V STAFF ASST, 

SMITH, RODGER LEO CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

JULY 25 

TANCYUS, JACOUELYNE M SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. HOWARD W. ROBISON 

BARKER, PEGGY JAYNE CLFRK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

BLAKESLEE, ANNE C FROM JULY 1 

BOSMAN, ROBERT A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

CALKINS, JOHN T 

CROWLEY, JOSEPH E 

FENMORE, JOYCE R CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

FITZGERALD, KAREN S PEPS SECTY, 

HINRICHSEN, HELENE 

INGRAHAM, CHARLES ADM ASST 

ORASIN, CHARLES J CLERK, FRCM SEPT. 8 

PHILIPSBOPN, HELEN W SPECIAL ASST, 

SIEGEL, LAWRENCE E LEGIS ASST, 

TOBEY, ALBERT T CLERK, 

WALSH, ANNE MARIE 

WEINBERG, MICHAEL A ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

OFFICE OF HON. PETER W. RODINO, JR. 

ARMSTRONG, SHEILA CLERK, 

BAUMGART, MERLE D ADMIN ASST, 

3RAUNSTEIN, SUSAN CLERK, FRCM SEPT. 1 

DANDRE, LOIS CLERK, 

DFCHAMBEAU, SONJA L CLERK, 

DENEV, EVA J CLERK, 

REYNOLDS, DOROTHY 

SCOTT, JEANNE A CLERK, 

SHUSTAK, ERWIN J CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 TO 

AUG. 31 

SINCAVITZ, SANDRA 

SPINELLI, LAWRENCE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 28 

STANGO, MARGARET A 

SURIANO, ANTHONY M ASSISTANT-CLERK, 

TROLLINGER, PATRICIA M 

WALSH, KAREN L CLERK, 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT A. ROE 

BECK, VICTORY S SECRETARY, 

BURKE, WILLIAM V 

CASALE, MICHAEL 

CRAIG, THOMAS F CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLEPK, FROM DEC. 1 

DEROSA, ANGELA 

GONZALEZ, MILDRED L CLERK, 

GURISIC, GRACE A 

JOHNSON, GLENN D CLERK, 



$3,750.00 
3,600.00 



5,740.50 
1,872.00 
3,600.00 
4,093.98 
3,349.98 

350.00 
4,995.00 
6,558.32 
3,349.98 
600.00 
14,500.02 
5,749.98 

250.00 
2,100.00 



500.00 
3,550.00 

700.00 
2,652.12 
8,440.43 

500.00 

5,599.98 

1,663.98 

12,833.32 

721.96 
7,000.02 
5, 166.65 
5,832.65 
4,428.24 
1,270.83 



3,000.00 
9,499.98 
2,500.00 
6,499.98 
4,000.02 
6,499.98 
3,490. 14 
1,750.02 

300.00 
5,703.90 

280.00 
6,428.58 
9,499.98 
5,040.24 
4,750.02 



4,000.02 
6,107.34 
4,779.12 

800.00 
5,533.31 
2,749.98 
5,366.64 

4,000.02 



102 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT A. ROE - CONTINUED 



KATZ, LINDA FILEEN 
MADOFF, FLORENCE 
MARAZZO, KATHRYN M 
MCLELLAN, BRUCE M 
ORTIZ, VIRGINIA CLAIRE 
ORTMAN, RUSSELL C 
WENTZ, OLGA S 



CLERK, ..., 
CLERK, .... 
CLERK, .... 

TO NOV. 30 



$1,145.58 
4,249.98 
7,916.67 
4,000.02 
5,162.64 
6, 194.15 
8,503.44 



OFFICE OF HON. PAUL G. ROGERS 

BRAGG, REBECCA LEAH 
CALLAHAN, LINDA G 
COLLINS, PAULINE V 
DARLSON, JOHN A 
GLISSON, JO ANNE 
GRILL, ELIZABETH MARY 
HEWITT, JOHN W 
JOHNSTON, ROBERT M 
MAHER, ROBERT W 
MICA, DANIEL A 



MORSE, KEVIN PAUL 



REED, CAROL D 
ROOD, JACQUELINE N 



STARKEY, BETTE A 
WRIGHT, ERNEST M, JR 



SECRETARY-DISTRICT OFFICE, 

SECRETARY, 

ADM ASST, 

RECEPTION I ST-SECRETARY, 

TO AUG. 15 

LEGIS ASST, 

ADMIN ASST, 

DIST OFFICE ASST, TO NOV. 30 AND DIST 

ASST, FROM DEC. 1 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 19 TO 

AUG. 15 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 18 AND 
ASST SECRETARY, FROM JULY 19 TO AUG. 

18 AND FROM SEPT. 13 

SECY-RECEPTIONIST, 

OFFICE ASST, FROM JULY 15 TO AUG. 31 . 



5,061.12 
2,713.90 
3,943.44 

10,399.85 

3,458.35 

6,581.34 

450.00 

4,000.02 

12,101.76 

7,279.82 

270.00 
8, 131.44 



1,080.01 

5,061.12 

383.33 



OFFICE OF HON. TENO RONCALIO 



ARNOLD, OLGA MOORE 

BACLAWSKI, MATTHEW 
BAGLEY, WILLIAM D 

BURWFLL, MARGARET MARIE 

CHORNEY, DAVID N 

FRANKS, JACQUELINE RAE 

GAGE, LEONA S 
GENTRY, CHARLES WAYNE 
GROSSMAN, LEONARD 
HERNANDEZ, LISA 
HINCKLEY, C S 
KARPAN, KATHLEEN M 
LEIMBACK, HARRY E 
MCDANIEL, RODGER E 

MEYER, MARY ETTA 

RICHARD, LORETTA 

RIKARD, CATHERINE B 

RINGOLSBY, TRACY L, JR 

VINICH, MIKE M 
WINGFRTER, TERRY 

WORTH, LARRY G 



RESEARCH CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 

30 AND RESEARCH ASST, FROM DEC. 1 .... 1,250.00 

DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE, 3,000.00 

FIELD REP., FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND 

ADMIN ASST, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 ... 2,391.67 

CLERK TYPIST, TO OCT. 31 AND ASST 

OFFICE MGR, FROM NOV. 1 4,200.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

RESEARCH CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,150.00 

CLERK-TYPIST, TO OCT. 31 AND 

ASSISTANT PRESS SEC, FROM NOV. 1 4,500.00 

SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 TO NOV. 30 .... 1,000.00 
FIELD REP, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 .... 700.00 

RESEARCH ASST, 4,966.68 

SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 2,300.00 

AOMIN ASST, FROM DEC. 1 1,641.67 

PRESS SECRETARY, 9,100.02 

ADM ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 1,458.33 

FIELD REP, TO AUG. 31 AND FIELD 

OFFICE MGR, FROM SEPT. 1 4,000.00 

SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 AND LEGISLATIVE 

ASST, FROM NOV. 1 9,100.02 

RECEPTIONIST-SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 AND 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM NOV. 1 4,454.08 

SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 AND OFFICE MGR, 

FROM NOV. 1 7,333.35 

FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, FROM AUG. 1 TO 

AUG. 31 500.00 

ADM ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 .... 4,777.66 
FIELD REP, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND 
CLERK, FROM SEPT. 16 TO OCT. 31 AND 

FROM NOV. 1 2,200.00 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 900.00 



OFFICE OF HON. FRED B. ROONEY 
ANELLO, DIANE D 



BAURKOT, SUSAN G 
CANDAGE, MARY-ELLEN 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 
AUG. 15 AND FROM AUG. 20 TO AUG. 31 .. 



FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 20 



633.33 

4,505.34 

833.33 



103 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. FRED B. ROONEY - CONTINUED 



DOLING, LEIGH SHARON FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 , 

EDGERLEY, CANDACE S 

ETTINGER, CHARLES W 

GERHART, MILDRED K , 

GOMBOSI, LOUIS 

GRIM, OTTILIE DENISE 

HICKEY, ANN 

HUBER, RAY A , 

10UKAS, CONRAD HAWK 

KERR, JOHN M TO AUG. 31 

KOVACS, WILLIAM L TO OCT. 31 , 

NOLL, MARGUERITE D 

SAHAYDAK, PHILLIP FROM DEC. I 

SALMON, JOHN J FROM OCT. 1 

THEVENET, SUSANNE D TO DEC. 15 , 

WILLETS, ELMORE A, III 

YOHE, JOHN ARTHUR TO AUG. 15 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN J. RCONEY 

BASILE, MILLIE 

BYRNE, EDWARD D CLERK, 

DENAVE, SALVATORE CLERK, 

ELLER, MARK A CLERK, 

GALLO, JOHN N 

GIBLIN, MAfc H CLERK, 

HIRSCH, BERTHA 

JACKSON, JACOULYN R CLERK, FROM JULY 19 

MILLER, MARY A EXEC SECRETARY, 

NIVENS, JENALFE D ADMIN ASST, 

RAinLA, ANTHONY 

SCHER, JOSEPH CLERK, 

SHAW, SUSAN L CLERK 

OFFICE OF HON. BENJAMIN S. ROSENTHAL 

RARASH, PETFR S LEGIS ASST 

BLOOMFIELD, DOUGLAS M LFGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, 

CHRISSOS, LOUISE J 

CRONHEIM, ALAN J CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 ... 

DAVIS, MARY W 

GOLDENTHAL, MICHAEL B 

GRELL, BARBARA G STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 

HANDS, SUSAN V STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 17 TO JULY 31 

HOCHBEPG, HENRY STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 . 

MANCINI, THERESA STAFF ASST, FROM JULY I TO SEPT. 30 

METZGER, ILSE STAFF ASST, FROM NOV. 1 

NEGLEY, MARY CHRISTINE STAFF ASST, 

OBRIEN, KAREN R STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 

0"TFGA, ELIZABETH LEE STAFF ASST, 

POLITI, JUNE E STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 

ROSENRACH, DEAN J STAFF ASST, TO JULY 16 

ROSENBERG, PETER D STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 . 

SCHACHTER, ANN 9 STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 

SIFOLECKl, FPANCINE H STAFF ASST, 

WILLIAMS, ANNF D STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 . 



$1,882.03 
4,351.08 
4,093.98 
4,042.50 
5,040.30 
3,375.00 
5,100.00 

11,749.98 
5,950.02 
800.00 
1,939.68 
7,748.34 
1,098.58 
3,000.00 
4, 104.45 
3,499.98 
750.00 



3,474.12 
8,629.38 
3,093.00 
7,775.04 
3,281.64 
5,413.98 
2,381.70 
1,916.03 
7,846.20 
14,491.92 
2,670.96 
3,809.94 
5,749.20 



10,500.00 

6,062.49 

6,860.58 

450.00 

11,998.62 

9,241.38 

3,416.66 

140.00 

208.33 

624.99 

416.66 

4,165.02 

3, 750.00 

3,000.00 

833.32 

165.34 

600.00 

2,749.98 

5,500.02 

291.67 



OFFICE OF HON. DAN RCSTENKOWSKI 



ANTONUCCI, MARLENE 
BURTON, DONNA 
CHMIELFWSKI , NANCY / 
DRAGON, MICHAEL 
FLETCHER, VIRGINIA ( 
GABINSKI, LEO 
GOGOLA, PHILLIP 
HEALEY, JAMES C, JR 
HOJNOWSKI, JOANNA 
JASNOWSKI, CARROLL I 
KIANKA, BARBARA R 
LEVIN, LFUNARD L 
LIF3ERMAN, KAREN J 



FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

FROM JULY 1 

FROM fl r T. I , 

FROM SEPT. 1 , 

FRC'M SEPT . 1 , 



6,403.50 
2,500.67 
2,910.00 
7,410.02 
6,499.98 
1,249.98 
3,060.00 
8,749.98 
1,328.01 
4,512.48 
900.00 
4,436.00 
2,000.00 



104 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. DAN ROSTENKOWSKI - CONTINUED 

NEGA, SALTER J $13t000.02 

f>HELAN, BRIAN P CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

SALMON, JOHN J CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO SFPT. 30 1,085.34 

SHERVIN, ELEANOR D FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 500.00 

SOBOLEWSKI, PATRICIA A FROM AUG. 1 TO' AUG. 31 300.00 

STUMP, MARY JUDITH FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 500.00 

TUCK, PATRICIA A CLERK TYPIST, 3,400.02 

OFFICE OF HON. J. EDWARD ROUSH 

AMES, SUSAN J CASE WORKER, 4,249.98 

8ARNETT, CAROLYN SECRETARY, 3,400.02 

COLER, THOMAS E ADMIN ASST, 8,749.98 

CRAIG, TIMOTHY R CONGRF SSI ONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 20 AND 

STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 8 TO NOV. 30 .. 915.00 

DELAPLANE, MARY ALYCE SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

DESISTI, JUDITH ANN SECRETARY, 4,108.35 

KENNELL, SUSAN JANE CASE WORKFR, 4,249.98 

METTLER, JOSEPH H FIELD SECRETARY, 1,800.00 

MORRISON, JAMES 8 FIELO SECRETARY, 7,358.33 

OCALLAGHAN, PHYLLIS LEGIS ASST, 8,541.65 

R0TH8ERG, DEBORAH A LEGIS RESEARCH ASST, TO JULY 31 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM AUG. I 3,808.35 

RUEKBERG, JILL SECRETARY, 3,600.00 

STEWART, LOIS J SECRETARY, 4,500.00 

TERRETTA, DOROTHEA ANN CLERK, 810.00 

WELCH, NANCY A PRESS AIDE / SECRETARY, 3,708.33 

YEHL, MARY ARLEEN SECRETARY, 2,825.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN H. ROUSSELOT 

ADAMS, MARIE E SECRFTAPY, FROM JULY 1 6,250.02 

BOYD, DOUGLAS R YOUTH COORDINATOR, FROM SEPT. 1 800.00 

BUERGER, MARTIN E CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 750.00 

BYERS, WILLIAM 3,002.88 

CRUTCHFIELD, JOANN R CLERK-TYPIST 600.00 

CURLL, DOROTHY KELLER SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 4,099.98 

EMERSON, ELEANOR L B CLERK TYPIST, FROM SEPT. 22 TO NOV. 19 1,288.89 

GIBSON, JAMES CLERK/ASSISTANT, 2,625.00 

HARPER, H DONALD ADM ASST, 13,130.16 

JENKINS, KAREN L CLERK-TYPIST, FROM DEC. 6 468.75 

KAZEN, DIANE C SECRETARY, 2,800.00 

KRAUEL, KATHRYN A SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 5,500.02 

LEMASTERS, B VYONNE EXEC SECRETARY, 6,675.08 

MACLEAN, MALCOLM J, JR PRESS ASST, FROM JULY 1 4,375.02 

MICHALESKI, NANCY POPE LEGIS SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 6,250.02 

NONNENMACHER, NICHOLAS LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 7,999.98 

SEVRENS, GLENN DOUGLAS CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

SULLIVAN, VIRGINIA C CLERK-TYPIST, TO SFPT. 10 1,555.56 



OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM R. ROY 



AITKEN, JUDITH BURRUS 

ANDERSON, THAINE C 
8ERSCHEIDT, TIMOTHY R 

BILES, BRIAN 
BROADNAX, WALTER D 
CARTER, DAVIS B 
DUFFENS, MADELINE A 
ELLINGER, JEFF 
FAIRBANK, DIANE 
FLEMING, RICHARD L 
HANSON, MARK K 
HOIZMEISTER, LORETTA M 
JOHNSON, CATHERINE C 
KRUSE, LINDA ANNE 



CASE WORKER, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 

AND OFFICE MANAGER, FROM DEC. I 4,191.68 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

PRESS ASST, TO AUG. 31 ANO SPECIAL 

ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 3,200.00 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM AUG. 1 5,000.00 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM SEPT. I TO OCT. 31 1,308.33 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM NOV. 1 1,000.00 

CLERK, 2,675.00 

CLERK, FROM OCT. 5 931.67 

CASE WORKER, FROM OCT. 15 1,426.66 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,050.00 

STAFF ASST, TO JULY 15 150.00 

SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 1,750.00 

SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 3 1,320.00 

LEGIS SECTY, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 

AND LEGIS ASST, FROM DEC. 1 3,833.33 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM R. ROY - CONTINUED 



MILLERf CLAUDIA CASE WORKER, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 

AND LEGIS ASST, FROM DEC. 1 $3,833.33 

NEISES, THERESA G EXEC SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 7,400.02 

PENDERGAST, PAUL E AOMIN ASST 13,899.34 

ROSE, JAMES L DISTRICT ADMIN ASST, 14,154.33 

SEITZ, PATRICIA ANN LEGIS ASST, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

VANDYKE, KATHARINE CLERICAL ASST, TO OCT. 31 933.34 

WATSON, TERRY D RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,325.00 

WHEELER, CAROL ANN CLFRICAL ASST, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

OFFICE OF HON. EDWARD R. ROYBAL 

AVILA, EDWARD J FIELD DEPUTY, 6,299.98 

GARCIA, MARILYN L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 6 TO 

AUG. 31 AND INTERN, FROM SEPT. I TO 

SEPT. 30 1,050.00 

GARCIA, YVONNE 2,400.00 

HOLMES, HUGH H, lit TO SEPT. 30 900.39 

HUREVITZ, LINOA BETH FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 19 884.73 

IGNATIUS, CLARA 9,492.84 

LUKASAVICH, FLIZABETH TO AUG. 31 1,450.00 

MALDONADO, DANIEL C FROM JULY 1 7,249.98 

REA, VERA J FROM JULY 1 5,100.16 

ROMERO, HELFN FROM JULY 1 4,822.50 

STARK, SYLVIA D 3,720.00 

STERLING, BARBARA E 6,180.00 

WASHINGTON, JACQUELINE SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 9 3,155.57 

OFFICE OF HON. HAPOLO L. RUNNELS 

ALMANZA, MAPIA AVITA CLERK, 3,000.00 

ANAYA, JOHN A CLERK, TO AUG. 15 787.50 

8RYAN, JETER W AREA REP, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 ..... 5,000.00 

CAMP, DONALD CLAYTCN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 29 590.00 

CHILORESS, SHIRLEY C RECEPTIONIST, FROM JULY 1 3,600.00 

OENISON, JIM AREA PEP, 6,300.00 

DUDLEY, OBERT NORLAN AREA REP, FROM DEC. 1 1,000.00 

GLIDOEN, TIMOTHY W LECIS ASST, 8,100.00 

GOULO, JUDITH D CLERK-TYPIST, FROM NOV. 15 996.67 

HAPKF, LILY CAROLYN SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 4,350.00 

HAPKE, RICHARD DWAIN ADMIN ASST, 12,000.00 

HENNESSEE, DAVID A PRESS AIDE, FROM DEC. 1 833.33 

MAYNEZ, ROSFMARIE SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 4,350.00 

MICHAEL, JOSEPH TOBIAS AREA PEP, FROM JULY I 6,000.00 

PUTMAN, NETTIE LOUISE SFCRETAP.Y, 2,100.00 

SEDILLO, FILO M, JR FIELD REP., 3,450.00 

SMITH, KAYE YVCNNE PERSONAL SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 2,100.00 

VALENCIA, RUDOLPH K AREA REP, FROM JULY I 4,800.00 

OFFICE OF HON. PHILIP E. PUPPE 

DAWSON, JO ANNE B SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 6 500.00 

DOUGLAS, HUBFRT GENE, II ASST, FROM JULY 1 2,580.01 

ENRIGHT, KATHERINE ANNE CASEWORKER, 3,499.98 

ESCH, EMILY SUSAN SEtTY, TO JULY 21 262.50 

FARRAND, CHRISTOPHER ADMIN ASST, 12,250.02 

GUSLER, DOROTHY J PROJECTS ASST, FROM JULY 1 5,749.98 

HAODEN, STEVEN C STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 ANO 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM DEC. 1 375.00- 

HILLEGONOS, PAUL C STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 AND LEGIS ASST, 

FROM SEPT. 1 4,566.68 

KPOLL, THOMAS J STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 ... 225.00 

LASKO, CAROL JOAN CASE WORKER, 4,549.98 

MILLER, KATHLEEN A PERSONAL SFCTY, FROM AUG. 7 3,200.02 

MORGAN, ANDREA L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

NICHOLLS, OALE WILLIAM ASST, FROM JULY I TO AUG. 8 1,076.67 

PREWITT, ELIZABETH LEGIS SECTY, 3,499.98 

PHEAULT, EVELYN RUTH SECRETARY 3,270.00 

ROBERTS, LFSLIE FORD STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO DEC. 15 ... 3,825.00 

TAHTINEN, JENNIFER L PERSONAL SECRFTARY, TO SEPT. 13 2,138.70 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. PHILIP E. RUPPE - CONTINUED 
WASELL, MILLICENT A 
WEINBERG, MICHAEL A 



RESEARCH ASST, TO JULY 31 AND FROM 

SEPT. 1 $4,687.50 

STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 ... 900.00 



OFFICE OF HON. EARL B. RUTH 

BELL, MARILYN R CLERK, 

BENTON, CAREY E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 16 TO SEPT. 30 , 

DEARBORN, MARY CLERK, , 

DUNGAN, DEADERICK C CLERK, , 

GANO, LINDA R CLERK, TO NOV. 14 , 

GOODRICH, GLENDA M CIERK, FROM OCT. 18 

HILL, MARY C CLERK, TO OCT. 17 , 

INMAN, RUTH CLERK, , 

JOHNSON, CYNTHIA CLERK, 

LOPP, JAMES IRVIN CLERK, FROM SEPT. 6 , 

MACKERT, LILLIE F H CLERK, , 

MARTIN, NORMAN D LEGIS ASST, , 

MCALPINE, BENNY A CLERK, TO SEPT. 15 , 

NORTHERN, JAYNE CLERK, , 

REED, KAREN CLERK, FROM NOV. 15 , 

THAYN, JUNE B ADM ASST, . 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM F. RYAN 

BARRETT, CHERYL MARDIS SECRETARY, , 

BFNBGW, CHRISTOPHER H STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 .., 

CLARK, DORIS L STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 ... 

DAVID, MICHAEL ALLEN STAFF AIDE, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 .., 

DIAZ, SYLVIA C SECRETARY, , 

EDWARDS, MICHAEL DtAN STAFF ASST, , 

EGLIT, HOWARD LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 ., 

GROSS, SUSANNAH D DISTRICT ASST, , 

GUTMAN, JEFFREY STEIN STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 1 , 

HALBERSTADT, MIRIAM STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 .. 

KARDEMAN, RITA STAFF ASST, , 

KAY, ANNE SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 1 TO DEC. 5 ..... 

LANDER, DAWN G SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 .. 

MARSHALL, JOSEPH R STAFF ASST, FROM JUIY 1 , 

MAYO, BARBARA L CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 , 

MILLER, LYNN E SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 19 , 

MORGAN, JENNIFER SUE STAFF ASST, TO NOV. 30 AND SECRETARY, 

FROM DEC. 1 

NEAL, MOLLIE J SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 18 ..., 

PINS, TRAUDE STAFF ASST, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 .. 

POSIN, DANIEL Q, JR LEGISLATIVE ASST, FROM NOV. 1 , 

POWERS, SHARON CECELIA SECRETARY, , 

ROBINSON, JEFFREY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 29 ..... 

TEUTSCH, ERIKA ADMIN ASST, , 

VINCENT, MARY E SECRETARY, , 

OFFICE OF HON. FERNAND J. ST. GERMAIN 

BAMBER, RUTH H PERSONAL SECTY, , 

BROCK, PATRICIA A SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 1 

DEMERS, JANICE H SECRETARY, , 

FLEMING, GEOFFREY E PAGE, FROM JULY 14 

GAUGHAN, JUDITH A SECRETARY, FROM JULY 7 

GREENE, JANET ANN SECRETARY, , 

HUNTER, BARBARA J SECRETARY, TO JULY 5 , 

LIARD, IRENE C SECRETARY, , 

MAHONEY, MICHAEL JOHN AIDE, , 

PARTINGTON, WILLARD F DISTICT OFFICE EXEC SECRETARY, , 

PGLICASTRO, THOMAS F ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 1 , 

RFILLY, JAMCS E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 AND 

STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 , 

RODIO, JOSEPH J CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 , 

RONAN, CATHERINE M SECTY, FROM JULY 19 , 

SCANLON, JOSEPH ADMIN ASST, , 



5,399.98 

1,050.00 
1,200.00 
5,325.40 
3,350.00 
1,560.00 
2,675.00 
3,388.35 
3,576.23 
2,208.33 
4,919.18 
8,849.98 
1,988.75 
3,461.23 
1,122.23 
14,500.02 



3,957.48 

257.00 

1,103.90 

150.00 

4,525.02 

6,132.50 

4,545.76 

5,912.52 

3,610.25 

1,103.90 

2,573.25 

436.67 

560.00 

2,899.98 

1,091.33 

1,357.00 

3,361.34 

2,548.00 
815.75 

2,500.00 

5,497.50 

590.00 

10,534.98 

5, 187.48 



3,499.98 
1,820.01 
4,099.98 
3,139.15 
3,383.31 
4,999.98 
112.15 
4,054.98 
4,999.98 
5,666.65 
1, 170.00 

2,073.32 
1,166.66 

3,375.00 
10,125.00 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. FERNAND J. ST. GERMAIN - CONTINUED 



SHELTON, JOWANDA 



SUGARMAN, JOEL S 
WINN, DONALD J 



SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 AND EXEC 

SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 $7,433.33 

ASSISTANT, FROM DEC. 13 650.00 

LEGIS ASST, TO NOV. 30 5,833.35 



OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES W. SANDMAN, JR. 

COLDREN, JAMES FREDRICK PRESS 6 LEGIS SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 

AND PRESS SECTY, FROM DEC. 1 

CORRADO, JANICE 

CORTESF, CYNTHIA K SECRETARY, 

DAVIS, NATHAN W, JR DISTRICT REP, 

HARP, JOHN A CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

HUNT, EDWIN W DISTRICT REPRESENTATIVE, TD SEPT. 30 

AND DIST EXEC SECTY, FROM OCT. 1 

JIMERFIELD, JOYCE E SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 

MATALUCCI, PHILIP R DISTRICT SECTY, 

MORRELL, BERNICEHAND DIST. SECRETARY, 

MURPHY, JOSEPH V 

RHODES, DONALD C DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH, 

ROBERTS, FLORENCE S DIST SECRETARY, 

SPOLTORE, JOHN J DISTRICT SUPERVISOR, 

STAHL, CLAIRE SECRETARY, 

TIDMAN, REBECCA I APPOINTMENTS SECTY, FROM DFC. 15 

VAGNOZZI, DOROTHY W ADM ASST, 

VANDER8ILT, MARJORIE W RECEPTIONIST-SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND 

LEGIS ASST, FROM DEC. 1 

OFFICE OF HON. PAUL S. SARBANES 

ABATO, KIM ANN FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

ARCHIBALD, JAMES K RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 

CARR, CATHERINE JUDITH SECRETARY, 

FARAONE, BARBARA S SECRETARY, 

GRAMS, BRUCE W CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

GRECO, MICHAEL R FROM JULY 1 TO DEC. 6 

KERR, CHARLES M FROM JULY 1 

KILADIS, NICHOLAS J ADMIN ASST, 

LAZEROV, JEANIE M CASEWORKER, 

LINTZERIS, LINDA J FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

LUCKI, MARY ANN SECRETARY, 

MARUDAS, PETER N ADMIN ASST, FROM DEC. 7 

MILLER, MURRAY LEROY RESEARCH ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 

MILLHISER, FREDERICK R LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 

MURNAGHAN, SHEILA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 29 

NEVILLE, ANTHONY E FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

PHILLIPS, SUSAN GOFF PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

ROSS, DOROTHY MAE RECEPTIONIST, 

SCHLOEDER, NICHOLAS M 

SCHMIO, PATRICIA ANN CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JULY 1 

OFFICE OF HON. DAVID E. SATTER F I ELD , III 

CAMPEN, OONALO 0, JR RESEARCH ASST, FROM AUG. 1 

CRANDALL, JOHN EMORY CLERK 

GAUJOT, D1ANNA SUE CLERK, FP.OM JULY 15 TO DEC. 6 

GIBSON, ROSS S, JP TO NOV. 15 

GLENN, MARTHA COLE CLFRK, 

HAAR, MARGARET COLWELL CLFRK, 

JAMISON, DOROTHY A 

MINTFR, ANNABELLE C CLERK, 

PEIGHARD, GARY LEE CLERK, 

TAYLOR, JOHN D 

TROY, PHYLLIS N 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN P. SAYLOR 

ASHSY, VIRGINIA C 

BAUMGARTNER, PEGGY R CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 

BLACKFORD, DAVID W CLERK, 

DAVIS, MAPILYN T CLERK, FPOM JULY 1 



8,541.65 
1,663.98 
3,499.98 

4,200.00 
450.00 

2,900.01 
3,000.00 
2,500.02 
2,691.68 
3,959.28 
4,500.00 
4,000.02 
8,400.00 
5,250.00 
333.33 
8,833.32 

3,983.33 



400.00 
6,250.00 
2,100.00 
1,744.98 
2, 100.00 
5,662.50 
6,250.00 
8,899.98 
5,250.00 

400.00 
3,583.33 
1,650.00 
2, 100.00 
6,749.98 

590.00 
1,000.00 
4,500.00 
4,000.02 
4,800.00 
3,250.02 



4,625.00 
4,099.98 
2,958.33 
5,812.52 
5,149.98 
5,149.98 
6,799.98 
4,000.02 
1,000.02 
14,500.02 
7,000.02 



5,625.00 
1,500.00 
2,850.00 
4,249.98 



71-124 O - 72 - 8 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN P. SAYLOR - CONTINUED 

DUNBAR, ANN ADM ASST, 1 14, 449. 98 

FOX, HARRY M ADM ASST, 14,449.98 

GENTRY, RICHARD H 9,250.02 

LOHR, WILLIAM A 5,899.98 

SPALDING, AMY MARIA 4,950.00 

SUTER, JOANNE MARIE 5,400.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM J. SCHFRLE 

BREHENY, PATRICK J 8,501.11 

CROSSON, MATTHEW T CLERK, TO JULY 31 600.00 

DANOWITZ, JOAN M SECPETAPY, TO JULY 31 666.67 

DOLAN, JOHN T CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 12 78.87 

DRURY, CLAIRE TELMANIK CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 833.33 

FELD, MICHAEL J 8,501.11 

FISCHER, ANNE M 5,646.23 

FORRISTALL, GERALDINE CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 2,500.00 

FRANZ, DENISE M CLERK, FROM AUG. 16 1,698.22 

GOOS, JEANNE K CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,410.00 

GOOS, MARCIA L CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,410.00 

GRAFF, ANN WHEATON CLERK, TO NOV. 30 3,583.35 

HULTMAN, CALVIN 11,374.85 

OHMAN, SUSAN HARTWELL CLERK, FROM SEPT. 20 2,069.44 

OLDEROG, CLARA MARIE 3,506.16 

PICKENS, DENNIS J CLERK, FROM OCT. 14 583.92 

PRATT, 8ARBAPA J CLERK, 4,333.35 

SCALLY, SUSAN E 5,167.45 

WILLIAMS, LUCILLE M 4,007.76 

OFFICE CF HON. JAMES H. SCHEUER 

ABRAMS, DORIS CASE WORKER, 3,810.00 

AOESNIK, BARRY CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY I TO 

AUG. 15 450.00 

BELLIZZI, JANET SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 25 ... 1,023.61 
BROWN, RICHARD A SPECIAL ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 

AND ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 AND 

FRCM DEC. 1 11,000.02 

CASTALDO, FRANCES SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND 

ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 26 2,168.25 

COHEN, DAVID M ADM ASST, 9,980.85 

COX, BARBARA A SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 .... 740.83 

GOGGIN, DOROTHY C SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 1,200.00 

GOLDEN, MARTHA A OFFICE MGR., 5,685.29 

GOLOMBEK, EUGENE W SPECIAL ASST, FROM OCT. 1 3,127.50 

GOTTLIEB, GERTRUDE ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. I TO NOV. 13 .... 504.53 

KENNEDY, MARGARET SECY / CASE WORKER, FROM JULY 1 3,182.63 

KERR, GORDON C LEGIS ASST, 5,130.55 

KOENIG, JEROME A SPECIAL ASST, FROM DEC. 6 763.89 

MURPHY, EUGENE J EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT, TO JULY 31 AND 

FROM AUG. 5 TO NOV. 30 7,948.87 

NAJAR, BARBARA ELISSE CASE WORKER / SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 .. 1,375.83 

PARDES, LILLIAN SECRETARY, 3,539.97 

PATTERSON, ELLEN PEPS SECTY, 4,500.00 

RATCHFORD, C KEITH ASSISTANT, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 .. 230.00 

RICHARDSON, ARTHUR COMMUNITY ASST, FROM DEC. 1 416.67 

RONA, RICHARD C STAFF ASST, 1,200.00 

RUBIN, ROSLYN ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. I TO NOV. 30 AND 

COMMUNITY AIDE, FROM DEC. 1 1,910.83 

SCHNEIGER, FRANK SPECIAL ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 . 1,050.58 

THOMAS, LARRY L SPECIAL ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 102.50 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN G. SCHMITZ 



ALLEN, MARY LOUISE 
BEYER, BARBARA M 
BURNS, PHEBE ANN 
CARROLL, WARREN H 
COLEMAN, TERRY LYNN 
EVANS, BRADLEY WARREN 
GEIER, ROBERT A 
GILLENWATFPS, JAYNE E 



CLFRK, TO SEPT. 9 1,787.58 

CASE WORKER, 6,250.02 

CLERK, FROM OCT. 7 1,696.32 

LEGIS ASST, FROM AUG. 1 7,010.40 

CLERK-TYPIST, 3,634.98 

CLERK, TO JULY 31 200.00 

ADM ASST, 14,112.48 

5,700.00 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN G. SCHMITZ - CONTINUED 



GUMAERf DAVID E 
LEAMAN, ROBERT H 
MCCOHBS, MADELINE 
PACE, E JUSTINE 
RINALDI, PATRICIA V 
SHEFLETT, GERALDINE 
SMITH, RANDALL G 
STARK, PETER M 
VOIT, WILLARD S 



RESEARCH ASST, FROM DEC. 1 $1,135.42 

OIST STAFF ASST, FROM DEC. 1 1,000.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 28 580.00 

CASE WORKER, 6,250.02 

CLERK, 4,024.98 

CLERK, TO JULY 31 800.00 

OIST RESEARCH ASST, 5,074.98 

RESEARCH ASST, TO NOV. 30 5,677.10 

DIST REP 9,537.50 



OFFICE OF HON. HERMAN T. SCHNEEBELl 



CALDWELL, PAUL E, III 
COURTNEY, HUSTON S 
EDLER, LOUISE VOGT 
FRA7ER, JEANNETTE W 
GOHL, EARL F, JR 



KNOUSE, MARK STEPHEN 
LITTLE, C DANIEL 
MASCOLINI, MARK V 



PARR, BETHANY RHYS 
PICCOLA, JEFFREY E 
QUINN, HENRIETTA 
RUNFOLA, MARY C 
SHIPMAN, DAVID C 
STAPLES, HELEN T 
SULLIVAN, PAMELA J 
SWANK, JOHN N 

VANNUCCI, ALBERT P 
WERTZ, M WILLOIS 
ZLOGAR, FRANK W 



INTERN, FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 27 

SUMMER INTERN, TO JULY 16 

SECRETARY, 

EXEC SECRETARY, 

SUMMER INTERN, TO JULY 16 ANO 
CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JUNE 7 TO 

JULY 16 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 

CLERK-DISTRICT REP, 

SUMMER INTERN, FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 31 
AND CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 17 

TO AUG. 21 

SUMMER INTERN, TO JULY 16 

CLERK IPART TIME!, FROM NOV. 1 

CLERK, FROM NOV. 15 

SECRETARY, 

INTERN, FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 27 

SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY, 

PRESS AID, TO NOV. 14 ANO PRESS 

ASSISTANT, FROM NOV. 15 

SUMMER INTERN, TO JULY 16 

SECRETARY, 

INTERN, FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 27 



546.67 
213.33 

4,962.48 
10, 118.79 



213.33 

1,300.00 
7,377.48 



546.67 

213.33 

466.66 

766.67 

8,159.39 

546.67 

7,372.84 

7,372.84 

5,902.78 
213.33 

8,308.50 
546.67 



OFFICE OF HON. FRED SCHWENGEL 



BURGER, BETTY M 
CAMPBELL, CHARLES 
CHAPMAN, STEVEN G 
CLARK, A P 
CORNICK, SUSAN ANN 
GUENTHER, CYNTHIA 
HOFFMAN, RUTHANN 

KREWSON, LYLE R 
LINN, SHIRLEY J 
MCCARTNEY, MOLLY ANN 
MCFARLIN, LAVONNE G 
MCINNIS, MARY 
NUSS, BETTY J 
PARKIN, JERRY 
PRIESTER, HELEN 
REEVES, LINDA L 
SCHIMMEL, ALLAN 
SCHOONOVER, CHOI L 
SEARS, WENDY EASTLAND 
TRENT, WILLIAM B, JR 
WIGGINS, RONITA S 



SECRETARY, 6,000.00 

LEGISLATIVE ASST., 10,138.26 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM AUG. 7 TO SEPT. 30 283.95 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM SEPT. 8 847.50 

SECRETARY, 4,950.00 

SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 7 2,216.65 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 .. 675.00 

FIELD REP, 5,700.00 

SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

SECTY, TO AUG. 2? 866.67 

SECRETARY, 3,750.00 

RESEARCH *SST, FROM NOV. 1 1,666.66 

SECRETARY, 4,200.00 

RESEARCH ASST, TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

SECTY, TO AUG. 7 616.67 

4,750.02 

ADM ASST., 12,750.00 

SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 4 888.90 

SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 7 2,216.65 

RESEARCH ASST., FROM SEPT. 7 855.00 

SECRETARY 3,499.98 



OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM L. SCOTT 



CRONIN, VICKI T 
DAVIS, JACK C 
FITTING, JOAN 
HANCOCK, PEARL H 
HART, FLORENCE ELLEN 
HEINEY, DELPHINE 
HOPE, OOROTHY C 
MAUS, JANET N 



FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 . 
ADM ASST, 

LEGIS AIDE, FROM DEC. 15 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, 

CASE WORKER, 

ASSISTANT, TO OCT. 31 ... 



2, 
lit 

4, 
5, 
4, 
5, 
3, 



375.01 
250.00 
422.22 
656.72 
875.02 
791.68 
791.65 
750.00 



110 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM L. SCOTT - CONTINUED 

MCCORMICK, JAMES H STAFF ASST, $11,083.34 

OTTERBEIN, REBECCA W SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 1 750.00 

SCHARFEN, NANCY S RECEPTIONIST, FROM NOV. 17 916.67 

SCOTT, GRACE L 7,249.98 

SITNIK, PETER S FROM JULY 1 5,250.00 

SULLIVAN, BARBARA J CONGRESS I ONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

AND FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 28 2,227.77 

WALIA, CAROL S SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM NOV. 1 983. 34 

MEDDLE, MARY L CASF WORKER, TO OCT. 24 3,441.68 

OFFICE OF HON. KEITH G. SFBELIUS 

DEVLIN, MERRY M SECRETARY 5,950.02 

DOOD, DIXIF LEE 4,491.66 

EASTIN, ROBERT E DISTRICT ADMIN ASST, 9,383.33 

HACKNEY, HARRIETT P CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 400.00 

HARKNESS, ROBERT B CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 541.67 

HATTAN, SUSAN KAY CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 541.67 

JORGENSON, JO ANN CLERK, 1,800.00 

MORELAND, WILLIAM D SPEC PROJECT RESEARCH, FROM SEPT. 1 TO 

SEPT. 30 AND FROM DEC. 1 1,458.33 

OLIVER, CHLOE ELLYN 5,950.02 

REEDY, KAREN SUE 3,508.32 

ROBERTS, CHARLES P ADMIN ASST, 13,000.02 

ROBERTS, CHARLES W SPECIAL PROJECT RESEARCHER, FROM OCT. 

1 TO OCT. 31 1,000.00 

SCHMIDT, CHARLES C CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 541.67 

SCHMUTZ, DALE R CLERK, FROM SEPT. 15 2,767.77 

STAFFORD, SUSAN ANN CLERK, FPOM JULY 1 TO JULY 15 270.84 

SULLIVAN, ANN ALGOTT OFFICE MANAGER, 7,900.02 

THOMPSON, MELVIN E LEGIS ASST, 7,000.02 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN F. SEIBERLING 

ARMATTA, JUDITH D ASST CASE WORKER, 4,750.02 

KILLINGS, LINDA LEGIS ASST, 9,000.00 

CHASE, DALE HERBERT CLERK, 2,251.11 

CHISOLM, WTLDA E EXEC SECRETARY, 6,250.02 

EARHART, PHYLLIS K CLERK, 1,200.00 

GOFF, JAMES C DISTRICT AIDE, 13,650.00 

KIEPNAN, MICHAEL PRESS AIDE, TO JULY 16 377.78 

LEVINGSTON, ROBERT LEE STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 500.00 

MANSFIELD, DONALD W ADMIN ASST, 10,249.98 

MASER, LAUREN J PRESS AIDE, FROM JULY 12 TO JULY 31 .. 274.44 

ROBERTS, JAMFS GORDON CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 23 530.00 

SHENDER, STEPHEN REED PRESS AIDE, FROM AUG. 14 3,234.71 

SIMONDS, MIRIAM STAFF ASST, FPOM SEPT. 1 1,000.00 

THEIL, LYNDA P CASE SUPERVISOR, 5,250.00 

WAGAN, SHARLENE SANDRA RECEPTIONIST, TO SEPT. 15 AND 

RECEPT-CASE WORKER, FROM SEPT. 16 .... 3,143.84 

WARREN, NANCY M LEGISLATIVE SECRETARY, 5,250.00 

WILLINGHAM, LINDA LEE OFFICE MANAGFR, 4,000.02 

OFFICE OF HON. GFOPGE E. SHIPLEY 

BYRO, JERRY FRANK CLERK, 5,565.00 

COOPER, CYNTHIA S CONGRESSIONAL INTEPN, TO AUG. 28 580.00 

DONNELLY, LINDA JEAN RECEPTIONIST, 3,000.00 

ECKL, GOLDIE MAE ADM ASST 11,089.02 

GI3S0N, CHARLFS L CLERK, 6,578.52 

GIBSON, DOLPPES I SFCRFTARY, 9,064.98 

HAYES, KENNETH BLANE DIST AIDE, 14,089.98 

KINCHELOE, J GORDON CLERK, FROM JULY 1 2,142.48 

SMILEY, KATHLEEN EXEC SECPFTARY 4,731.00 

WATSON, DONALD HUGH ADM ASST, 14,483.58 



Ill 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD G. SHOUP 



ALLISON, ANDREW G, JR 
ANDERSON, RENE LYNN 
ARMSTRONG, DUKE J 
BAKER, LUCILLE M 
RARRETT, ROBERT R 

BARTA, PEGGY L 

BEGG, MAE ARLINE 
BRASS, MARTHA POOL 
BROOKS, JANICE 

BYROf DONALD L 
DILLON, SUSAN ROSE 
DREHER, CHESTER R 
HAINSWORTH, BRAD E 
HAINSWORTH, JACOUFLIN W 
HONKALA, RUDOLF A 
JONES, SARAH M 
JULIAN, CHESTER ROY 
MACKAY, MARGARET T 
REDMOND, JAMFS H 



RIEDEL, KATHLEEN ANNF 
SAVAGE, ROBERT JOHN 

SULLIVAN, FRANCIS J 

SULLIVAN, MAUREEN F 

WALTERS, PAMFLA M 



RESEARCH STUDIES ASST, FROM OCT. I ... $300.00 

SECRETARY, FROM JULY I TO DEC. 15 .... 2,750.00 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 750.00 

SECRETAPY, FROM NOV. 1 1,660.00 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 1 TO 

OCT. 31 1,000.00 

ASST PRESS AIDF, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 

30 AND SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 1 1,060.00 

SECTY, FROM AUG. 6 TO OCT. 31 1,416.67 

SECRETARY, 3,060.00 

CLERK-SECTY, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 

AND SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 1 3,310.02 

LEGIS AIDE, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 .. 300.00 

CLERK TYPIST, TO JULY 31 500.00 

DISTRICT PEP, 7,809.99 

ADM ASST, TO AUG. 15 3,312.50 

TYPIST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 500.00 

LEGIS ASST, 9,600.00 

CASE WORKER, 6,559.98 

ADM ASST, FROM SEPT. 27 6,848.90 

CLERK, FROM JULY I TO NOV. 30 4,166.65 

STAFF PRESS ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 

31 AND PRESS AIDE, FROM NOV. I TO NOV. 

30 AND FROM DEC. 1 4,559.99 

SFCRETARY-PRESS ASST, TO SEPT. 24 .... 1,866.68 
CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

LEGIS INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 . 750.00 
LABOR-RESEARCH, FROM AUG. 16 TO SEPT. 

30 450.00 

DISTRICT OFFICE, TO NOV. 30 AND 

SECRFTARY, FPOM DEC. 1 3,110.00 

SECTY, FROM DEC. I 768.33 



OFFICE OF HON. GARNER E. SHRIVER 



AITKEN, DORIS B 
CLAASSEN, BARBARA G 
CURRY, MARY E 
FAIRCHILO, JIMMY PAY 
GIBSON, JOSEPHINE C 
GUERRANT, JFANNE T 
HANSON, VERA LOUISE 
HARDER, CARL F 
HARVEY, THOMAS MARTIN 
KEIM, LINDA ZOE 

LA^ENDOLA, ANNA L 
LANGENWALTER, NANCY 
LANGSTON, ELIZABETH B 
MCPEAK, DOROTHY 
ROSEN, LESTER L 
SHERMAN, MARILYN J 
WILLIAMS, HARRIET C 



OFFICE OF HCN. ROBERT L. 

ALLEN, GEORGE F 
ALLEN, JOHN H 
BUTLER, ALMA D 
CHRISTIE, NELLA A 
FOSTER, ANN KELLEY 
GALLOWAY, JUDITH T 
LAMB, BETTY R 
MCCORQUODALE, ANN 

SPRACHER, SARA E 
SWEET, BETTY J 



CLERK TYPIST, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 , 

CLERK-TYPIST , 

CLERK, FPOM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 , 

LEGIS ASST, , 

DIST SECRETARY, , 

DIST SECRETARY, , 

DIST RFP., 

FIELD PEP., , 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 , 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 TO 

AUG. 31 

SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 , 

CLK-TYPIST, FROM DEC. 6 , 

SECRETARY, , 

SECTY, FROM DEC. 1 , 

ADM ASST, , 

SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 1 , 

SECRETARY, , 

SIKES 

STAFF ASST, 

LEGIS ASST, , 

ADM. ASST., 

EXEC. SECRETARY, , 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 22 , 

SECRETARY, TO AUG. 15 AND FROM OCT. 1 

SECRETARY, TO JULY 20 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 29 AND 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

SECRETARY, , 

SECRETARY, , 



666.67 
3,600.00 

500.00 
7,800.00 
4,249.98 
4,500.00 
4,249.98 
4,249.98 
1,000.00 

300.00 
3,966.68 

500.00 
7,900.02 
1,041.67 
14,500.02 
1,583.34 
4,950.00 



2,700.00 
7,272.00 
13,477.98 
8,800.02 
2,200.01 
2,112.12 
650.45 

840.00 
5,601.00 
4,911.48 



112 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT L. F. SIKES - CONTINUED 

TIMMONS, JEANNE SECRETARY, $5,449.98 

WHELAN, HARRIET SECRETARY, 5,680.02 

OFFICE OF HON. 8. F. SISK 

AMARANTE, ROBERT F CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 11 TO 

AUG. 15 AND CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO 

SEPT. 15 400.00 

BESSER, ELLA LOUISE CLERK, 5,041.65 

CARLE, EUNICE G CLERK, 4,338.00 

CHRISTIE, WILLIAM M CLERK, 6,128.20 

CLOUGH, BETTY L CLERK, 5,605.67 

COELHO, ANTHONY L ADM. ASST., 14,500.02 

DARLING, BERNARD B CLERK, 9,083.33 

FOWLER, RICHMONO R STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 3,166.66 

GIBSON, SHIRLEY G CLERK, 1,663.98 

GRADY, JOHN T CLERK, 2,584.50 

GUINN, ELIZABFTH L CLERK, 5,614.50 

HOAK, W DAVID CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 10 100.00 

IRVIN, GLADYS E CLERK, TO AUG. 31 492.84 

LAMBRECHT, GWEN L CLFRK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 395.83 

LUTY, GWENDOLYN H 5,318.57 

MILES, AMANDA S CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 395.83 

MILLS, ELNORA 4,234.92 

NAHIGIAN, ARCHIE H, JR CLERK, FROM SEPT. I TO NOV. 30 768.71 

RASMUSSEN, BRUCE D CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 1,300.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JOE SKUBITZ 

BAIR, KATHLEEN G CLERK, FROM JULY 15 TO AUG. 31 613.33 

BALL, WILLIAM J CLERK, FPOM JULY 15 TO AUG. 31 613.33 

BARRY, MARGARET R 4,881.02 

COOPER, EDWARD LEGIS ASST, 13,631.00 

DUKE, AUDREY L * 6,506.00 

HUNT, DONALD L CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 800.00 

HIMME, SALLY BALCH 4,755.98 

JONES, GARNETTE 6,606.02 

KENSETT, SUSAN D CLERK, FROM JULY 15 TO AUG. 31 613.33 

KIDD, LOUISE 4,881.02 

KROPP, MARILYN CLERK, TO JULY 14 186.67 

LEMFRT, BULA 4,506.02 

MAROEN, MICHAEL C 4,755.98 

MITCHELSON, MARY CLERK, TO JULY 14 186.67 

MORRIS, JOHN R CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

PENNINGTON, VIRGINIA L 4,506.02 

RHODES, DAVID R CLERK, TO JULY 14 186.67 

SANDEFUP, SARAH ANN FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 725.00 

SCOTT, JOHN RANDALL CLERICAL STAFF, 3,531.02 

SHERWOOD, DAVID L CLERK, TO JULY 14 186.67 

SHUTE, WILLIAM H 4,331.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN SLACK 

BAILEY, JEWELL ASST, FROM OCT. 1 1,500.00 

BAILEY, MARY KATE SECRETARY, 5, 250*00 

BECKER, PAUL H ADM ASST, 14,350.02 

GATEN, LEO P CLERK, 3,066.68 

HODGES, REBECCA S RECEPTIONIST, 2,850.00 

HUNTER, EVA LORRAINE SECRETARY, 5,350.02 

JENKINS, JOYCE E SECRETARY, 4,350.00 

LEWIS, ZYLPHIA ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 1 1,200.00 

MANKIN, NANCY ANN OFFICE MGR , 9,049.98 

RINGFL, ELEANOR C ASST, FROM DEC. 1 400.00 

ROBERTS, MARTHA V SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 2,200.00 

SACKETT, MICHELLE E SECRETARY, 5,800.02 

SCOTT, PHYILIS JEAN SECRETARY, 3,500.00 

SKIDMORE, KAREN LYNN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

STARKS, NANCY M ASST, FRUM NOV. 1 800.00 

STEPHENSON, BYRON J CLERK, TO AUG. 3 605.00 

THOMASSON, ROBERT B ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 1 1,500.00 

WHITTINGTON, PAUL J ASSISTANT, FPOM JULY 1 3,900.00 



113 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. H. ALLEN SMITH 

ANDERSEN, ALICE K i9,904.46 

BRUNER, MARY G 7 t 352.21 

GRIBBEN, SANDRA M TO SEPT. 18 3,250.00 

HART, MARGARET N 8,330.00 

HEARN, IRENE F CLERK, 3,600.00 

KELLEY, SALLY E CLERK, 5,319.44 

SKINNER, MARY W CLERK, 2,500.02 

SMITH, ELIZABETH MCKAY 7,053.34 

WATKINS, OLGA E 7,166.13 

OFFICE OF HON. HENRY P. SMITH, III 

CASE, PHILIP A 1,145.58 

CLARK, GEORGE J CLERK, 1,273.50 

CREANEY, IONA w 5,227.92 

FLANIGAN, KATHERINE V CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 625.00 

FORD, CAROL BETH CLERK, FROM NOV. 3 1,288.89 

GILDAR, RUTH ELLEN CLERK, TO NOV. 15 2,700.00 

GLASS, NAOMI CLERK, 8,962.02 

KOOP, ROBERT E CLERK, FROM OCT. 4 3,020.84 

LEWIS, WILLIAM B 8,140.92 

MCDONALD, GLORIA D 2,816.70 

PENNELLA, FLORENCE C CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 9 .... 4,720.47 

PINCHES, RUTH L CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 20 500.00 

PYLES, PAMELA ANN CLERK, FROM AUG. 16 TO NOV. 5 1,866.67 

ROURKE, JUDITH ANN CLERK, 4,660.02 

ROURKE, RUSSELL A 14,500.02 

RUSSO, WILLIAM A CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,381.09 

SEIGEL, MARGUERITE E CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 1,000.00 

SY, ANABELL PLESS CLERK, FROM NOV. I TO NOV. 30 100.00 

SYMES, CHARLES WILLIAM CLERK, TO SEPT. 6 1,320.00 

TOENNIESSEN, CLYDE C 1,800.78 

OFFICE OF HON. NEAL SMITH 

ANDERSON, PHYLLIS S SECRETARY, 4,291.02 

BLEAKLY, JOHN L 9,499.98 

DAWSON, THOMAS H 9,000.00 

FALLON, ADA SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 21 208.33 

KUTISH, JULIE ANN SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 1,066.66 

LARSON, CYNTHIA ANN SECTY, TO OCT. 31 1,733.32 

MCCARTAN, GENEVIEVE SECTY, FROM OCT. 18 '. . 1,013.90 

MCDONNELL, PAUL C 8,250.00 

NETHERTON, DARRELL L CLERK, 3,199.98 

PENCOCK, CAROL ANN SECTY, 2,784.51 

POWER, ROBERT M TO JULY 15 833.34 

SIMPLICIO, NANCY R SECTY, 6,250.02 

STEFFEN, ROZANNE TO OCT. 15 2,100.00 

WEBB, WILLIS DAVID CLFRK, FROM JULY 15 3,043.33 

OFFICE CF HON. M. G. (GENE) SNYDER 

BARNETT, DONALD B FIELD REP, FROM AUG. I 4,166.65 

BOOTH, ANN D 5,446.44 

BURTON, HELEN L 6,508.74 

GEOGHEGAN, LINDA L 3,113.16 

HATHAWAY, MICHAEL D DIR TASK FCE ENERGY E RESOURCE, TO 

JULY 31 725.00 

JORDAN, MAXINE 8,095.44 

MANCHESTER, RUTH 4,962.06 

MEURER, RUTH M 3,113.16 

NORDSTROM, C ALLEN STAFF ASST, 6,499.98 

ROBERTSON, PATRICIA C 4,496.76 

SHAPIRO, REBECCA D TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 5 3,969.45 

TANNER, WILLIAM E 11,998.14 

OFFICE OF HON. FLOYD SPENCE 

COOK, WILLIAM A AOMIN ASST, 14,500.02 

COOPER, LINDA ANN SECRETARY, 3,900.00 

FALLAW, BESSIE S DISTRICT SECRETARY, 6,000.00 

HODGES, ROBFRT H, JR LEGIS ASST, 9,000.00 

JAMES, JFRRY PRESTON RESFARCH ASST, FROM OCT. 1 300.00 



114 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. FLOYO SPENCE - CONTINUED 

KIRVEN, MARY JEAN SECRETARY, $3,300.00 

LEE, LILA VIRGINIA EXEC SECY, 7,800.00 

LIKINS, BARBARA A SECRETARY, 4,999.98 

POWELL, CHESSYE B DIST SECTY, 3,300.00 

RATCLIFFE, JERE B DISTRICT REP, 7,800.00 

RUFF, DAN G, JR CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

SHARPE, SARA W SECRETARY, 3,900.00 

SMITH, CHRISTINA D INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 773.00 

WILLIAMS, DEBORAH KAY SECRETARY, 3,900.00 

WILSON, ADDISON G DISTRICT ASST, 1,000.00 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM L. SPRINGER 

BOECKER, LILA H CLERK, 5,854.08 

80GUE, RICHARD • CLERK, TO AUG. 7 ' 534.44 

BRAY, ALVIN A ADM ASST, 14,491.92 

BURT, EDNA E CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 .... 700.00 

CARR, CYNTHIA ELAINE CLERK, FROM SEPT. 28 1,860.00 

FAWCETT, CHRISTINE M 5,039.94 

FIRKIN, LINDA KAY TO JULY 31 533.33 

GROVES, CAROLYN CLFRK, 4,308.24 

HARN1SH, KAREN E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 24 AND 

CLERK, FROM JULY 25 TO AUG. 23 700.78 

KOHUS, JEAN CLERK, TO AUG. 15 893.75 

LUCHTEFELD, SANDRA S 3,716.52 

PEARSON, JAMES C CLERK, TO AUG. 14 635.55 

SPRINGER, JOANNE CLERK, TO AUG. 31 800.00 

SWANSON, BETTY ANNE CLERK, 6,578.58 

TRALKA, JANE E 5,623.44 

YATES, CARLA VIRGINIA TO AUG. 24 1,114.96 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT T. STAFFORD 

AIDT, LUCILLF LAURA TO SEPT. 30 3,450.00 

BATHAUNG, LINDA D SECTY, TO AUG. 31 966.66 

BISHOP, EARLE J DISTRICT REP, TO NOV. 30 3,166.65 

DALEY, ROSEMARY TO SEPT. 30 2,949.99 

FRESHMAN, JOHN D LEGIS ASST, TO SEPT. 30 3,000.01 

HAMPTON, SUSAN GALE SECRETARY, 3,750.00 

HERBITS, STEPHEN E RESEARCH ASST, TO SFPT. 30 1,875.00 

HOUSTON, NEAL J ADM ASST, TO SEPT. 21 6,525.01 

LUPTON, JEAN W TO SEPT. 30 3,450.00 

MERRITT, KATHERINE B TO SEPT. 30 3,350.01 

RUSSO, WILLIAM A CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 1,299.99 

OFFICE OF HON. HARLEY 0. STAGGERS 

RURTOM, JOHN I CLERK 6,630.90 

DOWNS, CATHERINE D J CLERK, FROM AUG. 23 1,955.54 

FURFARI, MARGUERITE ADM ASST, 14,491.92 

GRONDALSKl, JEAN F CLERK, TO AUG. 15 712.50 

JOHNSON, WILLIAM H CLERK, 3,000.00 

JORDAN, PHILIP B, JR CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 3,333.32 

MCELV4IN, CAROLE A CLERK, 7,724.16 

MEDLIN, LOUISC D CLERK, 4,894.68 

OATES, ETTA M EXEC SECTY, TO AUG. 31 4,492.72 

OLSON, NORA M CLERK, TO JULY 31 600.00 

SANDERS, JOHN K CLERK, 8,996.46 

VARNER, JEAN G CLFRK, 6,436.67 

OFFICE OF HON. J. WILLIAM STANTON 

RUKLAD, WILLIAM, JR 2,588.82 

CONNELL, JEAN SECRETARY, 4,250.34 

CONNELl , MARY T CONGP ESS I PNAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

COOK, LINDA F COMMITTEE ASSISTANT, 4,999.98 

COURT, EVELYN L 3,674.40 

DODD, JULIE W SECRETARY, 3,850.02 

GRAY, ARLCNE A 7,838.64 

HARDGROVE, ROBERT F LFGIS E PRESS ASST, 8,604.18 

MCGLOON, SHIPLEE E 13,671.66 



115 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. J. WILLIAM STANTON - CONTINUED 

MCILWAIN, CAROL N CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 $416.67 

REILLY, PATSY M SECRETARY, 3,903.35 

SULLIVAN, MARY ELLEN SFCTY, TO AUG. 15 750.72 

TU8RI0Y, NANCY H SECRETARY, 5,503.80 

WHITESIDE, LILLIAN R 7,737.96 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMES V. STANTON 

BURTON, ALICE ELIZABETH STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 866.66 

CALANDPA, MARIE THERESE STAFF ASST, A, 000.02 

CORRIGAN, THOMAS STAFF ASST, 1,800.00 

COYNE, PATRICIA M STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 ANO SECRETARY, 

FROM SEPT. 1 3,166.68 

OURKIN, CATHERINE M STAFF ASST, 4,999.98 

HADACEK, HELEN A STAFF ASST, 3,550.02 

KELLY, MARY HELEN PERSONAL SECRETARY, 6,750.00 

KELLY, ROBERT J STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 1 1,500.00 

KIEFFER, JOSEPH D STAFF ASST, FROM DEC. 1 433.33 

MCGINTY, JOHN J STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 2,000.00 

OMALLEY, NEIL R STAFF ASST, 3,750.00 

PAUL, JENNIE LOU STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 27 TO OCT. 15 . 190.00 

PORTER, ALAN C STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 1,200.00 

SANTANGELO, JOYCE L CASE WORKER 5,308.08 

SUGARMAN, JOEL S PRESS AIDE, TO SEPT. 22 2,961.10 

SWEENEY, MICHAEL A CONG ASST, 10,000.02 

TORRES, ENID M STAFF ASST, 3,250.02 

VARGO, JOHN E RESEARCH ASST, TO SEPT. 30 AND LEGIS 

ASST, FROM OCT. 1 4,462.50 

WATZMAN, SANFORD ADMIN ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 8,333.32 

OFFICE OF HON. TOM STEED 

ASHER, WARREN R, JR STAFF MEMBER, 3,499.98 

CARR, MYRTLE E OFFICE CLERK, 1,000.02 

CLARK, WILLIAM VAUGHN STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 2,197.32 

FOGLEMAN, THELMA C SECRETARY, 9,049.98 

GREEN, ANNE RALLS OFFICE CLERK, 3,750.00 

HAWES, MARY OFFICE CLERK, 8,250.00 

HENSON, J ROGER STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 750.00 

LINVILLF, ALBERTA S OFFICE MANAGFR CLERK, 9,250.02 

LOGAN, JAMES WILLIAM STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 16 267.31 

LYNCH, KATHLEEN W OFFICE CLERK, 8,250.00 

MOUNT, D'ANNE OFFICE CLERK, 3,649.98 

MULOROW, FISHER OFFICE CLERK, 1,000.02 

NELSON, JOHN M OFFICE CLERK, 3,000.00 

RAIBOURN, DEE OFFICE CLERK, 2,250.00 

RICHARDSON, TRUMAN ADM ASST, 14,500.02 

ROBERSON, MARTIN R CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 



OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT H. STEELE 



ASSELIN, JOHN T 

BERG, EARL H, JR 
CHORBAJIAN, ROSALIE 
EVANS, LLOYD P, JR 
HUNNICUTT, JUNE H 
JOHNSON, KAREN LOUISE 
KERR, RICHARD 
MCCLENDON, ELLEN L 
MCGOWAN, RICHARD J 
MOORE, NANCY ANN 
NAGY, GERALD P 

ROBBINS, JANE T 



SCHWARTZ, LEWIS G 
SFVIER, LISA 
SKOLEM, L ILLIAN M 
STONE, ROGER J, JR 
SUNTUP, CYNTHIA BELLE 



DISTRICT ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 1 TO 

OCT. 17 

ADMIN ASST, FROM OCT. 9 , 

ADM SECTY, , 

ADMIN ASST, 

SECRETARY-RECEPTIONIST, 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 ..... 

SPECIAL ASST, 

SECRETARY, 

COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR 

DIST EXEC SECRETARY, 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM SEPT. 20 TO SEPT. 

30 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM SEPT. 27 TO SEPT. 
30 AND LEGIS ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO DEC. 

2 

RESEARCH ASST, TO JULY 31 

LEGIS ASST, FROM DEC. 7 

DIST SECTY, 

CLERK, FROM DEC. 7 

DISTRICT SECRETARY, 



708.33 
3,416.67 
6,750.00 

10, 162.12 

3,541.65 

450.00 

4,999.98 

3,547.98 

13,000.02 
4,500.00 

145.83 



2,858.88 
500.00 
566.66 

3,400.02 
160.00 

3,600.00 



116 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT H. STEELE - CONTINUED 



VINCENT, FIOELIS M 
WALLER, BETTY JO 
WEBSTER, SARAH KNOX 
WILSON, BRUCE A 



SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 27 TO OCT. 6 ... $354.17 

SECRETARY, 4,450.02 

DIST SECTY, TO SEPT. 16 1,224.44 

EXEC ASST, TO SEPT. 26 5,972.21 



OFFICE OF HON. SAM STEIGER 



BUHLER, MICHAELA E 
BURDEN, DANA W 
CHRISTIANI, JOHN J 
CORR, CHRISTOPHER J 
FROST, BARBARA H 
HAILEY, DONNA LYNNE 

HAMMOND, BARBARA ANN 
HAYS, RORY C 
HENDERSON, MARION 
HOLDERFIELD, DOROTHY 
JARVIS, MICHAEL A 
LOMAX, BEVERLEY C 
MADREN, BETTY G 
OCONNELL, MARY E 
OUIF, JENNIFER P 
ROSENBLATT, PAUL G 
WYKOFF, MADELINE R 



CLERK, 1,536.52 

CLERK, 9,000.00 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO NOV. 30 1,200.00 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 5,000.00 

CLERK, 3,948.48 

CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 5 TO 

DEC. 12 3,493.12 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 4,249.98 

CLERK, FROM DEC. 13 375.00 

CLERK, 5,250.00 

CLERK, FROM NOV. 15 1,022.23 

9,585.78 

CLERK, FROM JULY I 4,350.00 

CLERK, 3,657.00 

CLERK, 5,065.50 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 20 500.00 

CLERK, 11,145.02 

CLERK, 4,081.02 



OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM A. STEIGER 



BAISE, 

COHEN, 

CORMAN 

DRUMMY 

OYKSTR 

EFFRON 

FERGOT 

HOON 

HURLEY 

PEIGLE 

PUGH, 

ROBSON 

SCHILL 



GREGORY W 
WILLIAM E 
EY, THEODORE M 
, MAUREEN 
A, JAMES H 

ANDREW S 

LOA M 
MICHAEL JAMES 

CHARLES A 
R, SARA L 
THOMAS R 
, JOANNE MARIE 
ING, PAUL R 



SEEFELDT, FREDERIC 
STEEN, JAMES ERIC 
VARGO, NANCYE S 
WALKER, SUSAN R 
WOLF, KAREN J 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

LEGIS AIDE, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 1,300.00 

EXECUTIVE ASST, TO AUG. 31 1,583.33 

ADM ASST, 9,492.90 

PRESS ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 3,900.00 

RESEARCH ASST, TO AUG. 31 1,416.66 

ASST SECRETARY - DIST., FROM JULY 1 .. 4,249.98 

LEGIS AIDE (PART-TIME), 3,228.76 

LEGIS ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 4,323.32 

CASEWORKER, 8,629.50 

LEGIS AIDE, FROM SEPT. 1 3,466.68 

SECRETARY-RECEPTIONIST, FROM JULY I .. 4,099.98 

LEGISLATIVE AIDE, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 

31 AND LEGIS COUNSEL, FROM SEPT. 1 ... 4,614.38 

DISTRICT SECRETARY, 6,371.52 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 750.00 

CLERK, 5,195.52 

SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 3,600.00 

SECRETARY, 4,500.00 



OFFICE OF HON. ROBERT G. STEPHENS, JR. 



BARFIELD, PATRICIA A 
BENTLEY, ELLEN S 
BOYD, MARY STOWE 
ELDER, DAVID MAYNE 
HOGBERG, BARBARA J 
PEDDY, CLYDE H 
ROBERTS, NELL FORREST 
STRICKLAND, ANN LYON 
WYNN, MARTHA EVELYN 



CLERK, 

CLERK, TO AUG. 8 

ADM ASST, 

FROM JULY 5 

CLERK, TO SEPT. 7 

CLERK, 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 7 



3,666.67 

527.78 

5,301.36 

14,500.02 

4,715.82 

5,219.76 

1,116.67 

4,271.40 

513.89 



OFFICE OF HON. LOUIS STOKES 



BROOKS, SAMUEL J, JR 
BURNS, MAXINE ISAACS 
DAVIS, KAY D 
FITCH, CLARENCE E 
GANGER, KATHY J 
GILBERT, JEWELL 
HARPER, JAMES C 
HEGGS, OWEN L 
JONES, CAROL S 



SPECIAL ASST, FROM JULY 1 8,573.05 

SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 4,000.02 

SECTY, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 13 1,419.44 

ADM AIDE, ' 9,007.08 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

SECRETARY, 4,093.92 

ADMIN ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 9,540.01 

ADM ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 3,650.00 

SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 528.00 



117 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. LOUIS STOKES - CONTINUED 

JONES, THFLMA M SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 3i AND 

FROM DEC. 1 $886.98 

KISNER, SARAH L SECRETARY, FROM JULY 5 3,572.22 

LEATHERBFRPY, WILBUR LEGIS ASST, FROM AUG. 1 5,833.35 

LEONARD, JOHN S SPECIAL ASST, 4,300.02 

LESTZ, MARY SECTY, FROM OCT. 13 TO NOV. 12 520.00 

LIGGINS, BRENDA G SECRETARY, TO OCT. 15 AND FROM NOV. 1 4,197.88 

MATUSZEWSKI, EDWARD F MILITARY ASST, 1,872.60 

NOKES, ARTHUR W SPECIAL ASST, FROM OCT. 1 750.00 

SKIBA, JANICE KITZMAN CASEWORKER, 5,377.26 

WEEDEN, JOHN T 1,860.66 

OFFICE OF HON. SAMUEL S. STRATTON 

BACON, CAROLE M SECRETAPY, TO NOV. 30 3,125.00 

HASKELL, M ANNE CLERK, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

HOLT, HILL B ADM ASST, 12,060.00 

HORAN, CATHFRINE V EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 8,550.00 

LESLIE, MARY B SECRETARY, 5,689.98 

LILLIBRIDGE, JEANNE T DISTRICT SECRETARY, 6,300.00 

MOTT, ROGER A FILE CLERK, 3,000.00 

PEARSON, RONALD M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 25 250.00 

REILLY, ROBERT W FIFLD REP, 3,975.00 

SAGUTO, MOLLY C DAY PERSONAL SECRETARY, 7,525.02 

SCHELL, MICHAEL LEGIS ASST, 5,397.52 

SCOTT, MARTHA M SECRETARY, FROM OEC. 1 608.33 

SUBER, DOROTHY ANN STENOGRAPHER, 3,979.98 

VAVALA, ROY FIELD REP, TC OCT. 31 AND DISTRICT 

SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 1 4,250.02 

WAXLER, MARK ALLEN CONGRESS I ONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 26 TO 

AUG. 31 350.00 

WOOD, IRENE ROGERS SECRETARY 3,541.65 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK A. STUBBLEFIELO 

CLEMENTS, PATRICIA V SECRETARY 5,588.58 

HARDING, MARGARET K 13,387.56 

MCELRATH, TOM L FROM JULY 1 1,077.48 

PRUYN, ENEZ D 8,354.16 

ROGERS, JANE H CLERK, 2,612.18 

SLEDD, WILLIAM T, JR CLERK, 1,000.02 

SWEENEY, DOROTHY E 4,877.04 

THORNTON, BETTY J CLERK-TYPIST, FROM DEC. 1 500.48 

WINTERS, MARY REX CLERK, 4,803.60 

OFFICE OF HON. W. S. (BILL) STUCKEY, JR. 

BRIDGES, ED LYNN PRESS AIDE, FROM NOV. 1 2,000.00 

CADWELL, JACKIE P CLERK, 4,750.02 

DYKAS, CHARLES F CLERK, 3,799.98 

FAIRCLOTH, DAVID WARREN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 5 50.00 

GERTH, DOROTHY ANN CLERK, TO NOV. 30 AND CASE WORKER, 

FROM DEC. 1 5,649.98 

HALL, LYDIA CABLE CLERK-TYPIST, FROM SEPT. 1 2,500.00 

HEATH, HERM^N DUWARD CLERK, 3,550.02 

HEDGEPETH, WILLIAM B TO OCT. 31 1,040.92 

JERNIGAN, WALLACE L ADM ASST, 14,500.02 

MCVEIGH, NORMAN SHAW C.ONGPE SS IONAI INTERN, FROM JULY 6 TO 

AUG. 15 400.00 

MEWBORN, MARTHA SUE CLERK, TO NOV. 30 AND DIST OFFICF MGR, 

FROM DEC. 1 5,350.00 

PERLMAN, RODNEY M CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 AND AIDE, FROM OCT. 

1 TO OCT. 31 1,700.00 

PRICE, JANE WILDER CLERK, TO NOV. 30 AND PROJECT SECTY, 

FROM DEC. 1 3,925.00 

ROBERTS, JOE M, JR CLERK, 11,050.02 

TAYLOR, WILLIAM W CLERK, TO OCT. 31 AND DISTRICT AIDE, 

FROM NOV. 1 5,324.98 

WEST, SHARON H CLFPK, TO AUG. 21 2,181.66 



118 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. LEONOR K. (MRS JOHN B.) SULLIVAN 



CALLIER, SANDRA SUE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

FOGLEMAN, OLA M SECRETARY, 

FRYE, CLAIRE TAYLOR SECRETARY, 

FUERST, MARY JEANNE CLERK, TO AUG. 21 

GLYNN, MARY CAY SECRETARY, 

HEWEY, FRANK B SECRETARY, 

LARUSSA, BERNICE A SECRETARY, 

LYNCH, MAPIE SECRETARY, 

PEACOCK, ELIZABETH B SECRETARY, 

PETERSON, IRENE L ADM ASST, 

SILVERS, MARIF SECRETARY, 

WALL, OLIVE M SECRFTARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. JAMFS W. SYMINGTON 

BFNTLEY, SARAH CHRISTY STAFF ASST, 

BROWN, JAMES P DISTRICT ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 1 

CHRISTIAN, GARY W CONGRF SS I ONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 10 

CONLON, RICHARD P STAFF DIRFCTOR, 

ERNST, THOMAS JOHN LEGIS ASST, FROM DEC. 1 

HANSEN, NANCY ELIZABETH SECRETARY, 

HILTON, JCHN E STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 

HOUGHTON, CHARLES G, III ADMIN ASST, FROM JULY 1 

HUBBARD, MARSHA ANN STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 

IGLAUER, PEGGY STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 

KURZ, JUDITH ANN SECRETARY, 

MCDONALD, JAMES L STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 

MONTGOMERY, JANE MARY PRESS ASSISTANT, TO NOV. 30 

PRAGER, ROLLINDE STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 

SANTOS, MIRIAM M 

SELDEN, DAVID A STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND 

FROM SEPT. 1 

TIEDE, MARSHA A OFFICE MANAGER, 

WELEK, MARY KATHRYN STAFF ASST, 

WEYFORTH, MARY ANN LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 ... 

WILKES, ANN M SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. BURT L. TALCOTT 

APOLLO, VALERIE S STAFF ASST, 

BATT, BEVERLY JO STAFF ASST, TO JULY 21 

BOGAN, MIRIAM ANN CLERK TYPIST, TO AUG. 13 

BURKE, SALLY J STAFF ASST, 

CODY, JAMES EDWARD DIST REPRESENTATIVE, 

DISON, MARITHA STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 AND STAFF 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 5 

DONAHUE, THERESA B 

FISCHER, FREDA H 

FLATLEY, VIRGINIA F STAFF ASST, 

GARVEY, PATRICIA E STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 ... 

GARVEY, PATRICIA E STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 1 

HONEY, CAROL S STAFF ASST, 

HUGHES, DAVID KANTZ CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

KIOD, SANDRA LYNN CLERK-TYPIST, FROM AUG. 26 

LABARCA, HELEN CHRISTINE STAFF ASST, FROM DEC. 13 

MACNELIS, WILLIAM J ADMIN ASST, 

MCBRIDE, JEANNE E STAFF ASST, 

PREVE, BARBARA STAFF ASST, TO DEC. 17 

OFFICE OF HON. ROY A. TAYLOR 

BOBROWSKI, TEMPIE M EXEC SECRETARY, 

CHEPP, DOROTHY E SECRETARY, '. 

COLTON, SARAH P CLERK, FROM AUG. 17 

ENGLISH, FRANCES F SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND CONG AIDE, 

FROM DEC. 1 

HEDGECOCK, PUTH V SECRETARY, 

HOOKER, CORNELIA L PERSONAL SECTY 

HURD, LESLIE JEAN SECRFTARY, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 16 .... 

MALLONEE, THOMAS L DIST ASST, 

MUSE, JEANNE WHITNEY SECTY, 

SHAW, LUTHER W ADM ASST, 

STOKES, LINDA KAY SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 



450.00 
273.46 
950.08 
765.00 
840.55 
095.44 
090.10 
059.66 
584.86 
629.38 
962.06 
451.44 



4,999.98 
4,833.33 

400.00 
1,200.00 
1,166.67 
4,000.02 

200.00 
9,124.99 
5,416.66 

300.00 
4,366.65 

200.00 
4,491.65 

441.67 
7,502.82 

1,408.32 

5,500.02 
6,250.02 
6,383.33 
3,400.02 



6,000.00 

533.62 

728.61 

5,506.98 

5,500.02 

4,932.33 
7,168.02 
2, 119.68 
7,237.02 

650.00 
3,250.00 
2,225.40 

450.00 
2,118.04 

390.00 

11,778.18 

4,813.92 

3,618.33 



6,975.00 
5,425.02 
2,605.54 

4,391.65 

5,275.02 

6,195.00 

894.44 

10,255.02 
2,500.02 

14,492.52 
1,000.00 



119 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. ROY A. TAYLOR - CONTINUED 

WILLIAMS, MARILOU H SECRETARY, 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES M. TEAGUE 

GERRICK, SUSAN CLERK, 

JOHNSON, KIMBERLY ANN SECRETARY, 

KEITH, KATHRYN M CLERK, 

KELLEY, OIANE R CLERK, 

LESTER, BARBARA J INTERN, TO AUG. 22 

MACDONALO, MARY SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 

OCONNELL, JESSIE L CLERK, 

OMALLEY, CHARLOTTE C SECRETARY, 

OTT, MILA LEE INTERN, TO SEPT. 30 

PENN, REMONA V CLERK-TYPIST, 

RICHARDS, STANTON M CLERK, FROM SEPT. 19 

RICHARDSON, RUBY J SECRETARY, 

SEEGER, CHARLES M LEGIS ASST, FROM JULY 1 

SEEGER, CHRISTOPHER C LEGIS ASST, FROM DEC. 20 

SHINODA, IRENE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 25 

WALTERS, THERESA F SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND STAFF ASST, 

FROM DEC. 1 

WINKLER, MONTGOMERY K CLERK, 

OFFICE OF HON. OLIN E. TEAGUE 

BALE, MARGARET J SECRETARY, 

BROOKS, LEILA W SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 

CASEY, SHAWN R CLERK, TO JULY 31 , 

COOPER, DON CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 

CORBETT, MARY JO SECRETARY, 

CULLINAN, GERALD CLERK, 

OAVIS, BILLY GLENN CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 

DEBUS, UTE CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 , 

DROZD, LEON F, JR CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 , 

FLETCHER, HELEN LEE CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 

GARRETT, JUDITH ANN CLFRK, FROM SEPT. 2C , 

HOWARD, MARY BEVERLY 

LAWRENCF, JOHN WEBB CLERK, , 

LOCKETT, AUDREY A SECRETARY, 

MEADOWS, JANE SUSANNE CLFRK, TO JULY 31 

MEADOWS, SYLVIA ELISE STENOGRAPHER, FROM SEPT. 1 

RUDDER, ROBERT D CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 , 

VONBRAUN, IRIS CAREEN CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN H. TERRY 

BENEDICT, CAMERON R RESEARCH ASST, FROM SEPT. 18 

BORTH, DOROTHY D OFFICE MANAGER, TO JULY 31 

CADIN, CHRISTOPHER J CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 , 

EMERY, NANCY BAKER CLFRK, FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 

FALLON, THOMAS J CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

FOTI, MARY G LIAISON OFFICER, 

GOLDMAN, HARRY H CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 

GSUM, IVA HELEN SECRETAPY, TO AUG. 20 

HABLE, VIRGINIA A CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

HARPSTER, INGRID G A SECTY, FROM SEPT. 1 , 

HILLIARD, SUSAN LFGIS SECRETARY, 

JUHNSON, H DOUGLAS, JP SECRETARY, 

JUTTON, ARTHUR A DIST REP., 

KEEPER, L JOANNE SECRETARY, 

LEVINTHAL, JEAN ANN CLERK, TO JULY 31 

LFYDEN, JOHN FRANCIS CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 ..... 

LOOMIS, DOROTHY S SECPFTARY, .- 

MINTER, ELIZABETH ANN CASEWORKER, 

NORMAN, PAUL CHASE CLERK, 

NOZZOLIO, MICHAEL F CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

NURSE, PAMELA A CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

SEXTON, THOMAS J, JR RESEARCH AIOF, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

SHEFLETT, GtRALOINE W OFFICE MGR , FROM AUG. 1 

SMITH, FREDERIC N AD« ASST 



$4,540.02 



4,719.66 

4,375.02 

7,988.64 

3,835.44 

520.00 

572.01 

4,256.82 

6,515.16 

900.00 

3,499.98 

1,020.00 

4,500.00 

6,682.15 

366.67 

550.00 

5, 163.70 
14,500.02 



10,950.00 
1,061.51 

583.33 
1,825.05 
4,932.12 
1,485.96 
1,749.99 
2,400.47 
2,333.32 
2,721.80 
2,048.04 
2,930.64 
4,316.75 
6,369.06 

583.33 
1,133.32 
1,749.99 
1,824.99 



2,761.40 

It 148.33 

541.67 

1,800.00 

541.67 

3,763.24 

258.33 

956.95 

304.17 

2,970.82 

4,033.75 

1,000.02 

6,448.78 

6,952.48 

300.00 

600. OC 

2,780.82 

5,783.34 

1,249.98 

600.0C 

400.00 

708.33 

4,238.47 

12,569.15 



120 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN H. TERRY - CONTINUED 

STRINGFELLOW, WENDELL CLERK, FRO* SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND 

FROM DEC. I $1,083.34 

THOMPSON, RICHARD LEON EXEC ASST, 7,053.32 

OFFICE OF HON. FLETCHER THOMPSON 

AGNEW, LEA E RECEPT ION I ST-STENO, 5,228.76 

BURKITT, NOPA K STENOGRAPHER, 3,000.00 

BYRD, JASPER CLERK, FROM NOV. I 600.00 

CARDACI, FLORENCE T STENOGRAPHER, 5,228.76 

CZUPRYNA, LINDA MARIE SECTY-CLERK, 3,600.00 

GUILLIAMS, ERNEST E, III ASST, TO AUG. 12 525.00 

HENSCHE, LE ANN R 4,962.06 

KITCHIN, LOUIS L, JR BRANCH OFFICE MGR, 10,000.02 

LATHAM, JOSEPH AL, JR CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 11 110.00 

MOORE, CHARLOTTE RECEPTIONIST, 4,962.06 

MUNFORD, ROBERT D CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 19 TO 

AUG. 28 400.00 

PARKER, THOMAS C, JR SPECIAL ASST, TO NOV. 30 AND ADMIN 

ASST, FROM DEC. 1 6,208.32 

RICE, ROMAN K, III DISTRICT FIELD REP, 5,500.02 

ROCK, MARY J SECRETARY, 4,249.98 

STECKBECK, GFRTRUDE R LEGIS ASST, 6,000.00 

TUCKER, SUSAN STENOGRAPHER, 4,249.98 

WILLIAMS, MARY CLAUDINE CLERK, 3,000.00 

OFFICE OF HON. FRANK THOMPSON, JR. 

BLAUSTEIN, HARPIET H SECRETARY, 7,272.24 

BROWN, CHRISTOPHER N CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 700.00 

COHEN, CAROLYN EILEEN SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 5,812.02 

COHEN, STEVEN M STAFF ASST, 5,500.02 

OEGASPERIS, REGINA CLERK, 1,324.98 

DEITZ, WILLIAM T ADM ASST 14,491.92 

HEDDEN, JAMES C FROM JULY 1 3,002.88 

LANGLEY, DORRIE L SECRETARY, 4,003.58 

MATCHO, CHERYL G SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 3,902.02 

NAVIN, ROBERT F, JR CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 380.00 

NEWBOULD, PETER E CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 500.00 

PADGETT, FAYE M CASE WORKER, 7,881.84 

PUTTERMAN, JULIE S CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 31 300.00 

REVFLES, ROBERT A EXEC SECTY, 14,391.54 

SAAMS, VIRGINIA M CLERK, 3,546.72 

SHAICH, RONALD M CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 17 AND 

FROM NOV. 8 833.34 

URKEN, IRVIN S CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 TO 

AUG. 15 300.00 

OFFICE OF HON. VERNON W. THOMSON 

AUTH, KAREN M 3,648.60 

DENNIS, WILLIAM J, JR FROM JULY 1 7,500.00 

FOLEY, JOSEPHINE F 5,429.16 

GILLIGAN, JEAN W 9,444.24 

HANNFMAN, RICHARD L PRESS ASST, 8,550.00 

HENRY, KERMIT F 1,171.14 

LEE, ELLIS A 8,139.79 

MOLSTAD, ROBERT J INTERN, TO AUG. 31 900.00 

PROSSER, CLIFFORD L, JR 1,000.02 

RUSSELL, CHPISTINE A INTERN 3,166.68 

WEIDENKOPF, ALICE A 9,168.66 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES THONE 

ARMSTRONG, NANCY JEAN CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 15 AND 

SECTY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 310.00 

BEAM, CLARENCE ARLFN DIST REP, 2,400.00 

BECK, JOANNA E ASSISTANT, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 .... 533.33 

BERG, ANNE ALLISON RECEPTIONIST, 3,499.98 

BOWEN, PHILLIP JOHN SPECIAL ASST, TO AUG. 15 987.49 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES THONE - CONTINUED 



BRUCE, IMOGENE P 
BURLEIGH, OANIEL C 
CAMP, JON 



DOUGLAS, SUSAN 
HALTERMAN, RACHEL 
HASSELBALCH, MARILYN 
JOHNSON, LOWFLL C 
JORGENSEN, GERALD R 
KENNA, DIANE M 
KIRK, PENNY L 
MOONEY, DOROTHY J 
PALMER, WILLIAM H 
PARDE, FRANCEIL M 
PECKHAM, VICTORIA B 
SEACREST, KENT H 
SHEEHY, MICHAEL W 



DIST SECRETARY, 

ASST, TO AUG. 15 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 16 TO 
AUG. 15 AND ASSISTANT, FROM AUG. 16 TO 

AUG. 31 

CASEWORKER, 

EXEC SECTY, 

SECRETARY, FROM JULY I TO JULY 19 .... 

FIELD REP, FROM JULY I 

SPECIAL ASST, 

SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 10 ... 

SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 16 TO AUG. 31 ... 

EXEC ASST, 

SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 1 

LEGIS SECRETARY, 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 15 . 
ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 6 



$3,997.50 
350.01 



458.34 
5,250.00 
7,500.00 

380.00 
2,899.98 
8,250.00 

763.89 
3,874.98 

429.17 

12,300.00 

1,033.34 

6,250.02 

712.50 

684.73 



OFFICE OF HCN. ROBERT 0. TIERNAN 



ALLARD, DONNA MARY 
BREMNER, WILLIAM C 
CLEMENT, EDWARD F 
CONLEY, PATRICK T 
DAVIS, JOAN B 

FARRELL, MARY R 
HAGAN, WILLIAM, II 
KEFALAS, DULORES C 
KENNY, JOHN V 

KILMARTIN, KATHLEEN M 
MARGESON, ANDREW JAMES 

MASTRONARDI, ANNA D 
MCALLISTER, JOSEPHINE 
MEEHAN, DIANA W 
MURPHY, ANNE G 
OMALLFY, PAUL F 

PESATURO, GAELE S 
SCANLCN, ROBERT E 
SMITH, MATTHEW J 
WELCH, FRANCIS C 



CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

DISTRICT ASST, TO OCT. 31 

CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 

SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND LEGISLATIVE 

SECRETARY, FROM DEC. I 

SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 

LEGISLATIVE ASST, TO JULY 31 AND FROM 
AUG. 5 TO SEPT. 19 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 
LEGIS AIDE, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 . 

SECRETARY, 

PERS SECTY, 

STAFF ASST - SPEECH WRITER, FROM NOV. 

1 TO NOV. 30 

SECRETARY, 

WRITER, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 AND FROM NOV. 6 



1,017.82 
1,233.32 

10,593.36 
600.00 

3,314.15 

3,958.35 
9,913.92 
4,153.32 

1,885.11 

850.00 

816.67 
4,877.04 
5,522.70 
4,606.08 
6,173.28 

366.67 
3,791.67 
7,226.22 

366.67 
2,490.17 



OFFICE OF HON. MORRIS K. UDALL 



AULT, GEOFFREY C 
BEATY, OPPFN, JR 
BOUCHARO, BRUCE E 
BRACY, TERRENCE L 
DYE, ROY AUGUSTUS, I 
FELIX, FRANK J 
FITCH, ALANAH 
HANLEY, LINDA T 
JACKSON, DOLORES A 
KELL, BONNIE C 
LANGSTON, LINDA M 
LEWIS, ROGER K 
PRAY, PRIOR 
ROGERS, LORRAINE G 
STEINMAN, STANLEY J 
THOMAS, PAMELA W 
VANASDALL, WILLARD 
WALSH, EDWARD J 
WHtELER, ELLEN K 

WYNGAARD, TIMOTHY J 



CLERK, TO AUG. 15 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 

CLERK, 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 

CLERK 

CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

CLERK, FROM JULY I 

CLERK, 

CL ERK , 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 

CLERK, 

CLERK, 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 2 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 28 AND 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 16 TO SEPT. 30 



225.00 
3,979.17 
1,833.34 

11,250.00 
1,000.02 
1,950.00 
900.00 
3,900.00 
4,504.98 
6,264.00 
5,825.00 

11,495.82 
3,762.54 
3,049.98 
3,600.00 
2,145.00 
200.00 
1,000.00 

730.00 
2,250.00 



122 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. AL ULLMAN 

ARONSON, JACQUELINE C SECRETARY, $4,416.67 

CHAVEZ, ADELENE C SECRETARY, 5,475.00 

CHERNIKOFF, BONNIE SECRETARY, 5,425.02 

CLUM, LORRAINE E SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 1 1,845.00 

CONFORTI, PEGGY R SECRETARY, 5,269.98 

CONMY, JAMES M PRESS SECTY, TO NOV. 30 ANO PRESS 

ASST, FROM DEC. I 5,782.02 

COX, LOREN CHARLES ADM ASST, 11,811.68 

HAIGHT, ISABELL M SECRETARY, 2,715.66 

HUMMEL, NEIL CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 AND 

STAFF ASST, FROM JULY I TO NOV. 30 ... 2,166.65 

MANUEL, AUDREY K APPT SECRETARY, 7,150.02 

MCLEES, SUZANNE E STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 430.00 

PENNELLA, CAROL A SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 .... 2,350.00 

POWELL, MARSHA SECRETARY 4,195.02 

ROSENBERG, GAIL S SECRETARY, 4,765.02 

OFFICE OF HON. LIONEL VAN DEERLIN 

AKERSTEIN, WILLIAM J CLERK, 4,999.98 

CULBERTSON, CAMDEN CLERK-TYPIST, TO NOV. 30 500.00 

DELAY, JANET L CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 1,325.01 

KLEIN, CAROLE J CLERK-TYPIST-SECY, FROM DEC. 1 208.33 

KNIGHT, MONA D CLERK-TYPIST, 4,624.98 

LINK, MARY JANE CLERK-TYPIST, FROM OCT. I 999.99 

MCAFEE, MATTIE L CLERK-TYPIST, 2,100.00 

MCLA°EN, JOHN H LEGIS ASST, 10,999.98 

MOORE, MARGARET W SECRETARY, 7,249.98 

PFEIFFER, KAREN W CLERK-TYPIST, 3,750.00 

PIENTA, LILLIAN L CLERK-TYPIST, 4,000.02 

RHODES, ROBERT RAMON DISTRICT FIELD REP, 11,500.02 

SMITH, SIEGMUND W AOMIN ASST, 12,499.98 

STASZEWSKI, CAROL A CL ERK- TYP I ST , 5,749.98 

TAYLOR, CHARIS R CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 600.00 

OFFICE OF HON. GUY VANDER JAGT 

CANTRELL, JEROME J CLERK, 649.98 

DOYLE, MOLLY CLFRK, FROM OCT. 4 TO NOV. 13 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 14 1,741.94 

FOX, JUDITH L TO AUG. 10 1,411.11 

FPOME, MICHELE L CLERK, TO AUG. 15 162.50 

GIBSON, JAMES F CLERK, 9,488.88 

GIBSON, NANCY L CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 1,111.00 

H4WLEY, JONATHAN P LEGIS ASST, 13,788.35 

HUNTER, JOHN W CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 866.68 

HUNTER, NAN S SECRFTAPY, FROM AUG. 11 TO OCT. 3 .... 672.22 

KNILL, BONNIE JEAN 1,404.59 

LUYENDYK, CHARLES W CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 216.66 

MARTIN, SARAH M SECRETARY, 9,790.28 

MCCLELLAND, J F, III CLERK, FROM JULY 1 649.98 

NAGtLVOQRT, BERNARD C ADM ASST, 14,500.02 

PAVLIC, JANE V 5,390.56 

RAYMOND, BRUCE M 1,404.59 

ROBERTSON, SUSAN 5,773.89 

SAUNDERS, RICHARD, JR CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 216.66 

SHEAFFER, JOHN CLERK, FROM SFPT. 20 TO NOV. 8 AND 

FROM DEC. 1 279.58 

WHITLOCK, J WILLIAM CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 31 600.00 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES A. VANIK 

BLOCK, BRUCE ALAN STAFF ASST, FROM DEC. 1 500.00 

BOLTON, STEPHEN TIMOTHY STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 751.18 

DEITRICK, SALLY LYNN STAFF ASSISTANT, 3,194.28 

EDWARDS, PATRICIA STAFF ASST, 3,566.67 

FAULB, SUSAN STAFF ASST, FROM SFPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 .. 1,666.66 

HABBERT, REBFCCA J STAFF ASST, FROM DEC. I 500.00 

HOWLEY, THOMAS R CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 ANO 

STAFT ASST, FROM SFPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 . 700.00 

JONES, SAMUEL CRAIG STAFF ASST, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 ... 1,297.30 

KASELAK, JOSEPH E STAFF ASST, 7,255.20 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES A. VANIK - CONTINUED 

KONDASt LAURA J STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 .. $1,963.84 
KRASNER, OIANE L STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND 

FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 677.97 

KRETCHMER, KATHY STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 ... 551.18 

MANCINO, DOUGLAS M STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 751.18 
MARCUS, NANCY ELLEN STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 AND 

FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 2,423.17 

MCNAUGHTON, PATRICIA STAFF ASST, 3,494.36 

MILCOFF, LAUREL STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 2,400.00 

PEDLEY, JAMES K STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 2,400.00 

RILFY, JOHN STAFF ASST, 3,897.82 

ROBINSON, WILLIAM L STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 ... 1,250.00 

STRANGE, JAMES KENNETH STAFF ASST, FROM DEC. 1 955.95 

SUGIUCHI, CAROLYN J STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 ... 1,415.33 

TALISMAN, MARK E STAFF ASST, TO SEPT. 20 6,440.85 

TERNANSKY, STELLA N STAFF ASST, 3,242.10 

THOMAS, SHEILAH N STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 2,101.72 

TINIANOW, JERRY C STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 199.56 
VAUGHAN, WILLIAM K, JR STAFF ASST, TO OCT. 31 AND 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASST, FROM NOV. 1 10,132.64 

WYSOCKI, LAURELIE STAFF ASST, TO OCT. 31 AND OFFICE 

MANAGER, FROM NOV. 1 6,470.62 

OFFICE OF HON. VICTOR V. VEYSEY 

ABERNATHY, GARY MICHAEL PRESS SECRETARY, 7,139.98 

ALESHIRE, DAVID J INTFRN, FROM JULY 5 TO AUG. 14 400.00 

CANNON, BETTY JO SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 .... 160.00 

DICKERSON, NANCY INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 16 160.00 

DORKINS, TERRY LEE SECRFTARY, 4,999.98 

EBERLE, HAROLD F, JR ADM ASST, FROM SEPT. 16 8,424.22 

GRAHAME, MARTHA W LEGIS SECY, FROM SEPT. 23 2,722.21 

HAGFRTY, KENNETH C LEGIS ASST, 7,260.02 

HOLL INGSWORTH, DAN DISTRICT REP, 6,544.98 

JAMES, DORA L CASEWORKER-SECRETARY, 6,065.02 

LOGAN, STEPHEN BENTON INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

JULY 9 190.00 

MCNFECE, JOHN B INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 16 160.00 

MILLER, SUE A DISTRICT OFF SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND 

DIST OFFICE MGR, FROM SEPT. 1 3,280.00 

PARKS, PAMELA EXEC SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 1,766.66 

RILEY, MARY ELIZABETH DIST COORDINATOR, 6,469.98 

STRICKLAND, REGINALD DIST REP, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 458.59 

SWAJIAN, CATHERINE M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 12 TO 

AUG. 17 360.00 

TUCKER, JOHN A, JR ADM ASST, TO SEPT. 15 6,029.18 

UNGER, VERA LEE SECRETARY, 3,250.00 

WEISSMAN, ALICE J SECRETAPY, 3,833.33 

WILLIAMS, JOANNA RUTH DIST OFF SECRETARY, 3,305.00 



OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH P. VIGORITO 



ANDREWS, MICHAEL PAUL 

CAPUTO, LANA 

CLEIS, WILLIAM EAPL 

COLE, CHARLES HOWARD 
DEPLATCHETT, SUSAN E 
DOWLING, CATHERINE ANNE 
ERDMAN, EVA 
HOWELL, KAREN R 
J3BES, MARY MARGARET 
KENNEDY, R GOROON 
KOZIARA, ANGELINE 

KURPIEWSKI , SYLVIA M 
LAVISH, SANDRA JEAN 
LOVE, JACQUELINE A 
LOWRY, PAMFLA SUE 
MONAGHAN, FRANCES T 
NOVAK, MARGARET E 
OSULLIVAN, MARIANNE E 



STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 . 250.00 

SECTY, FROM DEC. I 600.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 AND 

STAFF AIDE, FROM AUG. 7 3,030.00 

STAFF AIDE, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 ... 500.00 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 . 1,200.00 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM OCT. 16 1,375.00 

SECRETARY, TO OCT. 15 2,162.50 

CASEWORKER, TO JULY 31 725.00 

TYPIST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

STAFF AIDE, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 ... 1,000.00 
CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

AND SECTY, FROM SEPT. 1 2,800.00 

SECRETARY, 3,600.00 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM OCT. 1 1,650.00 

TYPIST, FROM SEPT. 1 1,300.00 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 . 800.00 

SECTY-RECEPTIONIST, 4,350.00 

LEGIS SECTY, 4,350.00 

CASEWORKER, FROM OCT. 1 2,175.00 



71-124 O - 72 - 



124 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. JOSEPH P. VIGORITO - CONTINUED 



PEl ADEAU, MAPIUS B PRESS SECTY, 

PETRINI, JOANNE K CLERK TYPIST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

AND SR TYPIST, FROM SEPT. 1 

POTTER, GLORIA J CLERK TYPIST, FROM NOV. I TO NOV. 30 . 

ROHA, THOMAS A CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

RUYAK, ROBERT STAFF AIDE, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 ... 

SCHLEICHER, JAMES G STAFF AIDE, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 . 

SCHUVILLE, RAYMOND G STAFF AIDE, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 

SIMONETTA, MARIE J CLERK-TYPIST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 . 

SKARICA, NATALIE CLERK-TYPIST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

SWANSON, LILLIAN A CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 . 

TURNER, PAULINE M STAFF AIDE, FROM DEC. 1 

WALSH, ELEANOR S SECRETARY, 

WELCH, HELENE PATRICIA CLERK-TYPIST, TO SEPT. 30 

WIESFN, THOMAS J STAFF AIDE, FROM JULY 1 

OFFICE OF HON. JOE D. WAGGONNFR, JR. 

BATT, DAVID L CLERK, FROM JULY 1 

RATT, JOYCE D CLERK, 

BULCAl), DOUGLAS W CLERK, 

DIAR, PAMELA KAY CLFRK, FROM JULY 1 

HACKETT, ELAINE AIKEN CLERK, FROM SFPT. 27 

HARDAWAY, MARGARFT CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

HOPPER, HATTIE CLERK 

KENT, DAVID CLERK, FROM JULY 5 

KRAMER, CLAIRE R CLFRK, 

MCINERNEY, RERA M CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 

PAYOR, PAULETTE CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

ROBICHEAUX, VIRGINIA D CLERK, FROM SEPT. I 

RUTHERFORD, JANICE B CLERK, 

THOMAS, BILLIE D CLERK, 

OFFICE OF HON. JEROME R. WALDIE 

BAINE, CHARLENE STAFF AIDE, 

BIANCALANA, LOLA M DIST SECRETARY, 

CARROLL, IRENE J DIST OFFICE ASST, 

COLARICH, MARCELLA B STAFF ASST, 

CPOSSLAND, MARLENE J STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 

DAVIS, ELIZABETH JOY DIST STAFF AIDE, TO AUG. 15 

DEMAYO, SOPHIE TO SEPT. 8 

EISEN, ESTELLE F STAFF AIDE, TO JULY 11 

ERPELDING, °ATRICIA C DISTRICT OFFICE AIDE, FROM AUG. 16 TO 

NOV. 19 

EVANS, ORDEAN DIST OFFICE ASST, 

FFGEL, JOAN C ASST SECTY, FROM SEPT. 27 

FERGUSON, ERWIN A DIST REP., 

FINDLEY, THOMAS W STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SFPT. 30 . 

GPABOWSKI, SUE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 15 

GREEN, MICHAEL D ST/>FF ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 10 ... 

LEWIS, MIRIAM ELIZARETH 

LOWF, MARTHA M FROM JULY 1 

MARIN, IR^ME STAFF AIDE - DIST OFF, FROM DEC. 1 ... 

NEUMAN, ROBFPT A LEGIS ASST, FROM OCT. 1 

OBRIEN, SHEILA M ASST SECRETARY 

ROBERTS, KEITH STAFF ASST, FROM DEC. 1 

SCH°F!BER, ANN F EXEC. SECRETARY, 

STEEPER, SCOTT C STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 . 

THOMSON, DEBORAH RAE FILE CLERK, FROM AUG. 16 

WARD, VIRGINIA JO ASST SECTY, FPON NCV. 22 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM C. WAMPLFR 

COUNTISS, ARTHUR A, JP MGP-DIST OFFICE, FROM SEPT. 1 

DOTSON, JAMES RAY ADMIN. ASST., 

ENGLEHART, MARION E SECRETARY, 

FPEEMAN, ISAAC S MANAGF" , DIST OFFICE, TO AUG. 31 

GILLENWATER, MARTHA J SECFTAPY, 

GILLESPIE, DONALD M FIELD PEP., 

HARSHRAPGEP, JEANNIE C SECRETARY, 



$8,100.00 

3,200.00 

600.00 

1,100.00 

600.00 

1,000.00 

1,000.00 

700.00 

1,500.00 

1,500.00 

2,000.00 

5,250.00 

1,425.00 

3,000.00 



10,500.00 
1,450.02 

10,249.98 
4,800.00 
2,219.43 
1,000.00 
6,850.02 
1,606.67 
1,549.98 
2,896.26 
1,000.00 
3,200.00 
5,400.00 
7,750.02 



2,994.37 
5,374.98 
1,200.00 
3,949.98 
1,210.84 

750.00 
1,617.90 

220.00 

1,566.67 

3,949.98 

1,958.33 

11,749.98 

833.33 

450.00 
1,518.89 
4,200.00 
3,649.98 

450.00 

2,499.99 

3,510.40 

1,116.67 

11,749.98 

583.33 
2,250.00 

780.00 



5,052.68 

11,469.00 

5,671.02 

2,526.34 

4, 134.00 
5,458.98 
2,544.00 



125 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM C. WAMPLfcR - CONTINUED 

LAMBERT, GLENOA A SECRETARY, $3,445.02 

LINDAMOOD, GORDON W FIELD RFP., 4,929.00 

MILLFR, JOSEPHINE L SECRETARY, 1,080.00 

OGDEN, MARILYNN L SECRETARY, 6,519.00 

RASNICK, MYPNA C SECRETARY, 5,458.98 

SOUDER, NANCY M SECRETARY, 5,724.00 

ZAPFRT, THERESA M SECRETARY, ' 6,730.98 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN WARE 

BALDWIN, PAMELA LYNN SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 1,674.99 

BAUMGARTNER, PEGGY R SECRFTAPY, TO AUG. 31 1,916.66 

DESMOND, JAMES L CLERK, 840.00 

GRAFTON, HARRY C, JR EXEC. ASSISTANT, 12,487.02 

HACKNEY, HARRIETT P SECTY, FROM DEC. 1 600.00 

IRWIN, IRMA J SECRETARY, 6,360.00 

PAIGE, MARGARET A SECTY, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 700.00 

PITT, THOMAS A STAFF MBP . , 4,961.38 

RAMSEY, S JFAN SECRETARY, 3,451.38 

ROSS, ELFANOR R SECRETARY 3,000.00 

SCATTERGOOD, ANNR 5,712.12 

SPEAKMAN, JAMES D EXEC. ASSISTANT, 9,039.18 

V4NSANT, NANCY JANE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

WEAVER, SALl IE K 13,671.66 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN C. WATTS 

BANE, CORA C TO DEC. 4 9,881.36 

HALLEY, ELINORE A TO DEC. 4 4,858.85 

HENDERSON, NANCY M TO DEC. 4 8,673.84 

HERIOT, LORENE E TO NOV. 7 4,471.75 

HURTIG, ARLENE H TO DEC. 4 4,340.13 

LEONARD, WILLIE M TO NOV. 7 1,880.15 

MORRIS, JAMFS N TO DEC. 4 6,929.13 

RAVEL, 8ETTIE TO NOV. 7 5,358.85 

WOOD, KENNETH COLEMAN CLERK, TO NOV. 7 1,411.10 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES W. WHALEN, JR. 

BEATY, SUSAN RAYE CLERK-SECRETARY, 3,250.02 

BROWN, CHRISTINE S CLERK-SECRETARY, 3,797.64 

FRANK, ALFRED S, JR ADMIN ASST, 11,422.44 

G4R3ER, LYNN CLFRK-SECRE TAR Y , 4,363.98 

HARRINGTON, HnPE R SECRETARY, 5,000.94 

H r NTZ, HAPRIET L C LFRK-SECRETARY , 6,624.84 

LEWIS, WILLIAM J, III CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

LOWREY, GEORGE M 5,502.24 

MILES, BEVFRLY ANN CLERK-SECRETARY, 3,147.60 

MOONEY, PATRICIA A LEGIS ASST, 6,697.20 

RENDON, MARTIN CLERK, 1,436.66 

STEPONKUS, WILLIAM P 11,422.44 

THURSTON, HAROLD, III STUDENT ASST, FROM NOV. 8 176.67 

WICK, WILLIAM DAVID CLERK, 1,515.60 

WIEDMAN, WANDA L CLERK-SECRETARY, 6,248.22 

OFFICF OF HON. J. IRVING WHALLFY 

COLLARY, D ROBERT TO JULY 31 590.00 

DESHAY, J D FROM JULY 1 7,757.52 

ENCE, RONALD K FROM JULY 1 7,560.00 

FIELDS, LARRY FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 2,233.32 

GINGRICH, JAY H CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

HELSEL, DANIEL TO AUG. 10 1,731.11 

KOGUT, JULIA W FROM JULY 1 10,297.50 

LESKO, GILDA L 7,887.48 

MITCHELL, PFTE P FROM AUG. 9 TO NOV. 30 3,696.00 

ROBINE, JAMES P FROM NOV. 1 2,366.67 

SEESE, JUDITH 2,196.48 

SILVER, JAMES D FROM NOV. 15 345.00 

SMITH, BARBARA R 3,100.02 

TROXELL, D HAROLD 5,161.02 



126 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31. 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. J. IRVING WHALLEV - CONTINUED 

ZYGMUNT, VICTORIA H . FROM JULY 1 $5,319.48 

OFFICE OF HON. RICHARD C. WHITE 

AITKEN, NANCY L CLFRK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 666.67 

ARMSTRONG, SARAH V STAFF ASST, TO SEPT. 23 2,374.71 

BRYSON, M CONREY ADMIN ASST 8,741.21 

BURTON, IRENE STAFF ASST, 6,799.98 

CHUN, KAREN M S H STAFF ASST, 4,458.32 

DAFFRON, JESSE L STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 4,541.66 

FIERRO, ENRIOUFTA G STAFF ASST, 4,662.48 

GONZALEZ, ALEXANDER R STAFF ASST, TO SEPT. 5 1,155.55 

GUEVARA, GLORIA A STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 6 2,875.00 

HUDSON, WILLIAM M CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 15 450.00 

JAMES, 9ETTIE J SECRETARY-STAFF ASST, 5,299.98 

LOPING, TONDRIA STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

27 3,033.33 

MARSH, MARY ALEXANDREA STAFF ASSISTANT, TO JULY 16 333.33 

MOORE, BAPPON B 4,141.65 

NEMESNYIK, ILONA J FROM AUG. 8 3,479.17 

ORTEGA, PATRICIA G FROM AUG. 20 TO SEPT. 20 559.72 

POAGE, ALLAN L STAFF ASST, 2,824.98 

POTTER, BARBARA J STAFF ASST-SECP ET AR Y, 4,662.48 

SPCNBERG, RONALD T FROM JULY 17 TO AUG. 19 550.00 

TIPTON, PAUL S STAFF ASST, 6,256.53 

WORRALL, DONNA STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 20 2,244.46 

WOTIPKA, ANNE STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 ... 500.00 



OFFICE OF HON. G. WILLIAM WHITEHURST 



AMFS, MATTIf LOUISE 
BRASWELL, VAN P 
CARL, LYANNE T 
COE, PAULA 
ORAGO, CHARLES G 
GOLDBERG, MAY ROSE 
HACKNEY, HARRIETT P 
MALHON, K WAYNE 
OBRIEN, MARY K 
PELECANOS, EVANGELINE 
POWELL, VICTOR D 
SHAFFER, GWENDLYN G 
SMALL, SARA MARGARET 
STAFFORD, ROSEMARY J 
THOMPSON, R BURNETT 
TOWFRS, KATHLEFN M 
WASSERMAN, VERENA C 



SECTY, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 125.00 

CLERK, TO SEPT. 8 1,133.33 

SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 16 TO AUG. 31 ... 95.84 

SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 10 1,110.00 

LEGIS ASST, 9,556.14 

SECRETARY, TO AUG. 15 287.51 

CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 400.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

SECRETARY, 5,149.98 

SECRETARY, 4,025.02 

PRESS ASST, 9,556.14 

5,619.48 

SECTY, TO SEPT. 3 1,050.00 

SECRETARY, 6,369.06 

ADMIN ASST 14,500.02 

RECEPTIONIST, 4,750.02 

SECRETARY, 4,093.98 



OFFICF OF HON. JAMIE L. WHITTEN 



ALVIS, R EVELYN 
BISHOP, MARION F 
DAVIS, LILA LYNETTE 
DUKE, LEONARD C 
ELL IOTT, BENTON W 
FOSHEE, JANE CAROL 
GODWIN, EVELYN P 
HUGHES, MORFLLA K 
JOHNSON, VIRGINIA S 
MULLEN, CATHERINE 
PALMER, LINDA JOAN 
PARKHURST, SHERYL ANN 
SANDERS, MARY ALICE 
SNEED, MARY ALICE 
WATSON, ANN T 



CLERK 

ASSISTANT, 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 .., 

CLERK, 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

CLERK, , 

CLERK, 

CLERK, FROM DEC. 6 .... 

CLERK, TO JULY 11 

ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 1 
FROM NOV. 1 

ASSISTANT, TO OCT. 31 , 



4,626.24 
14,282.82 
2,666.68 
1,663.98 
3,643.30 
1,127.84 
5,200.44 
2,181.54 
6,683.28 
2,423.16 
694.44 
263.28 
9,616.44 
1,416.66 
3,956.68 



127 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF HON. WILLIAM B. WIONALL 



ASCHENDORFF, MURIEL 
GASTON, SARAH J 
JOHNSEN, WALTER C 
JUCEAM, MICHAEL 
MCDONOUGH, VIRGINIA M 
MILNES, MARGARET M 
REINHOLD, CARL D 
RUBINOFF, ARNOLD E 
SHAY, BEVERLY J 
WASHINGTON, SAMUEL A 
WEAVER, BETTY A 



OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES E, 

BARTHOLOMEW, SHIRLEY L 
CASTRO, FORTUNATO 
DRESSEN, JANE B 
DURCH, WILLIAM J 
GRIFFITH, LAWRENCE T 



HAMMOND, JUDY 

HATHAWAY, MICHAEL D 

HAYDEN, HELEN E 
LANCASTER, WILLIAM H 

LEE, WENDY J 

LICHT, LOUIS F, III 
LIEBERG, GLADYS MAY 
LOWE, PEGGY M 
MORAN, ROSA ELVA 

ROWLAND, JPATRICK 
SAGAR, DEAN M 
STANALANO, SONDRA L 
TALKINGTON, MARYLEE 
TURMALA, JEAN T 
WILLIAMS, KATHLEEN S 



OFFICE OF HON. LAWRENCE G 

BAILEY, JO ANN MARIE 
BLASCHKE, JUDITH WOODS 
BROOKES, JAMES E 
CLEMENT, DAVID D 
DITZLER, CAROL A 

FORSYTH, GORDON J 
GOODSTEIN, RICHARD 

MANN, PAMFLA J 
M3RR0NE, JOANNE 
NOBLE, IRENE E 
NOCITO, COLLEEN 
OREILLY, KEVIN THOMAS 
PAGE, MARY JEAN 
ROBINSON, ROBERT B 
SANDRI, HENRY J, JR 
SCALONE, CHAPLFS M 
WIFSMAN, ANITA W 
WINTHER, PHILLIP P 
YANKOSKI, JOSEPH 



CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 28 

STUDENT INTERN, TO AUG. 23 

STUDENT INTERN, TO AUG. 23 

EXEC SECRETARY, 

CLERK, TO SEPT. 7 

CLERK, 

WIGGINS 

CASEWORKER, FROM NOV. 17 

COMMUNITY REP, 

ASST DIST REP, 

STAFF ASST, 

ASSISTANT, FROM JULY I TO JULY 31 AND 
CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 TO 

AUG. 31 

PRESS AIDE, TO OCT. 31 AND PRESS ASST, 

FROM NOV. 1 

DIR TASK FCE ENERGY t RESOURCE, FROM 

JULY 1 

SECRETARY, TO DEC. 15 

DIST REP, TO OCT. 31 AND DISTRICT REP, 

FROM NOV. 1 

ASST DIST REP, TO NOV. 30 AND ASST 

DISTRICT REP, FROM DEC. 1 

LEGIS RESEARCHER, TO AUG. 20 

LEGIS ASST, 

SECTY, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 30 

SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 AND CLERK, FROM 

NOV. 1 

ADMIN ASST, 

RESEARCH ASST, FROM AUG. 23 

SECRETARY, 

SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 1 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 31 AND 
FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

, WILLIAMS 

LEGISLATIVE SECRETARY, 

CASE WORKER, FROM JULY 1 

ADM ASST, 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM DEC. 13 

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND 

EXEC ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 

PRESS ASST, FROM JULY 11 TO DEC. 12 .. 
CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 6 AND 
OFFICE ASST, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 .. 

RECEPTIONIST, FROM JULY 1 

PRESS SECRETARY, FROM JULY 8 

SECRETARY 

SECRETARY, 

OFFICE ASST, TO AUG. 31 

STAFF ASST, FROM DEC. 1 

SPECIAL ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 

OFFICE ASSISTANT, TO SEPT. 30 

SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 

SENIOR SECRETAPY, 

SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 

SPECIAL ASST, 



464.56 
720.34 
580.00 
574.17 
438.46 
975.58 
203.22 
574.17 
500.02 
246.94 
000.02 



1,166.67 
1,033.35 
4,515.40 
1,950.00 



900.00 
4,620.00 

10,685.10 

3,840.00 
666.67 

9,058.35 
300.00 

810.00 

13,405.85 

3,250.00 

4,275.85 

112.00 
4,710.00 

812.00 



4,883.32 
5,133.33 

8,500.02 
750.00 

7,533.32 

7,600.00 

460.00 

4,375.00 

4,109.70 

2,374.98 

3,724.98 

600.00 

100.00 

560.00 

975.00 

2,599.98 

5,441.67 

5,050.02 

3,325.02 



128 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. BOB WILSON 



BURNETT, ELIZABETH A TO AUG. 13 SI, 692. 63 

BUPWFLL, BEULAH M CLERK, 1.744.98 

CARROLL, ARLENE R SECRETARY 4,980.00 

CASEY, DAVIO S CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

DUFFIELD, PHYLLIS R SECRETARY, 3,900.00 

HALL, JOELLE K SECRETARY, 2,914.98 

HEATH, KAREN S SECRETARY, 7,022.52 

LYNCH, LOUISE CLERK, 3,019.98 

MILLER, LINDA CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 15 450.00 

NASH, ELLEN CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 30 900.00 

OOONNELL, MARJORIE SECRETARY, 9,015.00 

PARHAM, CATHERINE C SECRETARY, 9,540.00 

SEMBOWER, BELINDA SUE SECTY, FROM SFPT. 1 2,726.26 

TSOMPANAS, PAUL L ADM ASST, 14,500.02 

YOUNG, MARGARET M SECRETARY, 11,659.98 

OFFICE OF HON. CHARLES H. WILSON 

BANKS, P GRFGORY PRESS ASST, FROM SFPT. 27 2,611. 

8RADBY, HELEN K D CLERK, 4,450, 

BRAND, HUGH M, JR TO AUG. 31 800, 

BUTLER, DIANE RESEARCH ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO NOV. 15 1,041, 

CAREY, ROBERT H PRESS ASST, TO SEPT. 26 2,866. 

CARL, LYANNE T SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 1 2,500. 

COLOMBO, ADELIA N SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 1,850.01 

DONOVAN, NORA E FROM NOV. 16 TO DEC. 15 300.00 

DYE, SHARON S OFFICE MANAGER, FROM DEC. 15 325.33 

FORDIANI, ROBERT ADMIN ASST (DIST OFF), 10,150.02 

GEORGE, MYPTIS L SECTY, FROM DEC. 11 466.67 

GFRSH, MARK RESEARCH ASST, FROM SEPT. 16 TO NOV. 

15 1,250.00 

GODWIN, JACOUELYN P SECRETARY, TO OEC. 10 3,555.57 

HOOBLER, DIANE K FROM NOV. 16 TO DEC. 15 300.00 

KELLY, PETER 0, III STAFF ASST, TO SEPT. 15 1,562.50 

LEWIS, HAZFI. C CLERK, FROM JULY 16 TO JULY 31 500.00 

MARSHALL, STEPHEN A FROM NOV. 16 TO DEC. 15 300.00 

MINTO, ROBIN H CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

MONTESI, ANNA LEE EXEC SECRETARY (DIST OFF), 6,000.00 

MURPHY, NORMA MARY EXEC SECRETARY (WASH OFF), 9,000.00 

NAVARRO, JESS CLFRK, TO JULY 15 500.00 

PONTIUS, JOHN SAMUELS LEGIS ASST, 7,500.00 

ROGERS, LEE FROM AUG. 1 5,000.00 

SCANLAN, SUSAN P FROM NOV. 16 TO DEC. 15 300.00 

SIMON, DIANE A SECRETARY, 3,750.00 

STOCKTON, KAROLE SECTY, FROM OCT. I 1,875.00 

TIPPETT, LA DONNA MARY SECRETARY, TO JULY 31 666.67 



OFFICE OF HON. LARRY WINN, JR. 

ALOERSGN, MARCIA L CLERK, TO OCT. 31 AND RESEARCH CLERK, 

FROM NOV. 1 

BOND, RICHAPO L 

BRIER, MARSHALL W, II 

DIEMFR, SUSAN R CLERK, FROM SEPT. 21 TO DEC. 16 

ELDER, NAN ORR 

HENRY, ANNE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 .... 

HOLMES, JEAN TROTTER 

MERRITT, GILBERT R 

NELSON, STEPHEN CLERK, TO AUG. 31 , 

RHODES, DAVID R CLERK, FROM JULY 15 TO AUG. 31 

ROWE, LOU ANN CLERK, 

SMITH, EFFIC MARLENE CLERK, 

SZULSKI, MARY ANN i 

WASHBURN, D GAY CLFRK, 

OFFICE OF HON. LESTER L. WOLFF 

BROWN, JOY MAYES STAFF ASST, FROM DEC. 1 , 

CACCIOLA, JOAN M STAFF ASST, TO SEPT. 30 

CONDON, SHEILA A STAFT ASST, FROM OCT. 1 

DFMESJUITA, JEAN R DEPUTY EXEC ASST, FROM JULY 1 , 

EDSTROM, EDWARD W SPECIAL ASST, FROM AUG. 1 .., 

GOLDEN, RHODA STAFF ASST, , 

HICKMAN, WILLIAM R, JR STAFF, , 



3, 166.66 

14,491.92 

10,000.02 

745.34 

5,252.40 

450.00 

4,771.08 

5,906.46 

1,000.00 

613.33 

4,705.68 

4,249.98 

3,805.62 

4,750.02 



540.00 
750.00 
1,755.00 
14, 102.00 
4,500.00 
3,125.00 
2,520.00 



129 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. LESTER L. WOLFF - CONTINUED 

KIMBALL, ALBERT F EXEC ASST, $8,092.00 

LEVINE, HENRY D STAFF ASST, TO SEPT. 30 1,260.00 

MASER, SHELBY R STAFF ASST, 4,410.00 

MILLER, GLORIA CLERK, 3,144.00 

OWENS, ROBERT STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 1 2,007.00 

PASTER, HOWARD G ADM ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 15 9,728.00 

PEPLOE, EILEEN M STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. 1 750.00 

POWELL, NINA B STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 1,800.00 

ROBERTS, SARAH K EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, 5,100.00 

ROBINSON, BONNIE R RECEPTIONIST, 4,200.00 

ROSS, BENJAMIN IRA CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

STEPHENSON, LAURA P LEGIS ASST, TO JULY 31 950.00 

THOMSON, W CAMPBELL STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 1,152.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JIM WRIGHT 

BIARD, DOROTHY A LEGIS ASST, 5,584.86 

80DIF0RD, JIMMIE LEE 8,056.98 

BUCK, KATHERINE E CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 AND 

SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 16 2,086.12 

BYBEE, MARTHA N TO NOV. 30 3,750.85 

GEE, PATSY MARIE 2,702.76 

KANTOR, SUSAN SECRETARY, TO AUG. 15 495.37 

LAMB, JAMES BRITTON STAFF ASST, 4,000.02 

LENIHAN, NANCY B SECRETARY, 4,666.50 

LUMLEY, BARBARA R SECRETARY, 4,240.02 

LYNAM, MARSHALL L 14,491.92 

MIDDLETON, DON R STAFF ASSISTANT, 5,377.26 

MITCHELL, KATHERINE G 7,272.24 

PERRY, PATRICIA A 4,136.82 

SHOSID, JOE L 7,435.68 

YOUNGBLOOD, MARJORIE B SECTY, FROM DEC. 1 750.17 

OFFICE OF HON. WENDELL WYATT 

CARLSON, LOUISE SECRETARY, 9,222.00 

HEDGES, VIRGINIA M 4,504.98 

HFNNIGE, LUCILLE M 4,822.98 

HOYT, CHARLES T FROM JULY 1 13,671.66 

JfcPSEN, DONALD C 8,479.98 

KEMP, L STANLEY ADMIN ASST, 14,469.00 

LEMAN, CHRISTOPHER K CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 450.00 

PEARSE, ALBERTA M 6,148.02 

SEEBORG, HANNAH 1,000.02 

SOUDERS, GENE T FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 308.33 

STEPHENS, LUCILLE MAE 4,081.02 

TARBELL, JAMES FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM DEC. 1 1,541.65 

TILLINGHAST, ESTHER 6,148.02 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN W. WYDLER 

BELTRONE, ARTHUR A, JR ASSISTANT, FROM AUG. 1 TO NOV. 30 .... . 3,454.97 

DAVIS, GLORIA J 4,226.10 

DIXON, SUSANNA CLERK, 3,499.98 

GOERTLER, JOHN L 3,506.16 

HAMILTON, GENE M ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 1 3,007.14 

HOPPEL, ELIZABETH D ADM ASST, 13,270.02 

JOHNSON, VIPGINIA CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND FROM 

NOV. 1 1,866.66 

CLFRK, 3,750.00 

CASE WORKER, 7,950.00 

SECRETARY 7,639.98 

5,340.00 

CLERK, 3,475.02 

CLERK, 3,979.98 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. B 380.00 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM AUG. 9 TO 

AUG. 31 220.00 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 1,851.65 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 3,250.02 



KEANE, 


MAURFEN H 


NAGEL, 


N B 


PERSHING, GLORIA I 


PORTER 


, ARIANNA 


RFILLY 


, HELEN M 


RUBENFELD, HENRIETTA 


SHANE, 


PETER M 


SMITH, 


GREGORY S 


SOLARI 


, MARY V 


WHITE, 


ANN S 



130 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. CHALMERS P. WVL I E 



8AY, CAROLYN M SECTY, 

BRADFORDt NANCY R SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 15 .... 

EPSTEIN, JOAN SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 26 

FOULK, JACK M 

HUDSON, NINA TO NOV. 30 

LYNN, PAMELA W CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 13 

MASON, RUTH ANN SECTY, 

RAWL, DIANNE LEE LEGISLATIVE SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 27 .. 

WALLEY, CATHI M SECRETARY-LEGISLATIVE, FROM JULY 1 TO 

NOV. 30 AND SECTY, FROM DEC. 1 

WEBSTER, RUTH N 

WEGNER, CHARLES W, JR LEGIS ASST, 

OFFICE OF HON. LOUIS C. WYMAN 

ATCHESON, KRISTIN LEE RECEPTIONIST-SECY, 

BENNETT, CARO A 

BROWNING, SARAH L SECTY, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

COOPER, THOMAS J STAFF ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 

DICKINSON, DOROTHEA EXEC SECRETARY, 

DIETTERLE, PAUL HENRY DISTRICT ADMINISTRATOR, 

HARRANT, JOHN D LEGIS ASST, 

HATFIELD, CHARLES, III CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 15 

HILBER, SARA E SECRETARY, 

HOYT, NORA MAE STAFF ASST, 

KOTSONIS, L RUTH DIST SECRETARY, 

LARISON, KAPEN D SECRETARY, 

LEFFLER, MICHELLE LEGIS SECRETARY., 

MARTIN, HELEN B 

ONEIL, ELIZABETH C DISTRICT ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 

PACKARD, NORMAN A STAFF ASST (DIST), 

PEASE, ALLEN G 

SCHIAPPA, GERARD F ADM ASST, 

OFFICE OF HON. SIDNEY R. YATES 

ALLEN, BARBARA W CLERK, FROM NOV. 20 

BAIN, MARY ANDERSON 

BERGAN, HAROLD CLERK, 

FERENCZ, ROBERT A CLERK, FROM JULY 12 TO AUG. 13 AND 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 12 TO 
AUG. 13 

FISHER, JUDITH B CLERK, TO OCT. 17 

KINZER, PHYLLIS C STAFF ASST, 

MANIKAS, PETER M CLERK, FROM OCT. 27 TO NOV. 30 AND 

LEGISLATIVE ASST, FROM DEC. 1 

MANSBACHER, URSULA CLERK, 

MERLO, JOAN MARIE CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 7 

MICKELSON, JUDITH MARCY CLERK, TO JULY 31 

MOORHOUS, MARGARET H TO OCT. 31 

NADLIN, EDNA A CLERK, 

NOGUCHI, BETTY M 

PLAINE, LLOYD LEVA 

SCHNITZ, T JANET 

STEWART, ANNE D CLFRK, FROM OCT. 23 

STUART, ETHEL P CLERK, TO NOV. 30 



$3, 

2, 
1, 
9, 
2, 

5, 
1, 



7, 



888.33 
245.85 
263.88 
550.02 
652.50 
430.00 
013.45 
333.33 

300.02 
936.14 
041.68 



4,750, 
3,862. 

671. 

671. 
8, 100, 
4,999. 
5,250, 

450, 
5,749, 
1,000, 
2,749, 
3,649, 
4,750, 
3,538, 
2,685, 
1,399, 
5,162, 
11,749, 



1,195.83 

11,998.62 

6,499.98 



471.11 
3,269.46 
4,019.60 

1,470.32 

4,200.00 

493.33 

368.33 

5,108.24 

5,500.02 

5,613.24 

3,813.72 

832.80 

1,983.33 

3,375.00 



OFFICE OF HON. GUS YATRON 



CAMNER, ELLEN M 

CASTLEBERRY, LUELLA B 
CRANDALL, JAMES A 
DIBLASI, MARIE E 
GEMMELL, JOSEPH P 
GRAY, ANN DORAN 
IMBER, JUDITH ELLEN 
PAULL, GEORGE 
RADESKY, KATHY M 
ROBERTSON, MARY B 
SAHM, SHARON M 
SAUERS, LOUIS M 
STEVENS, VERONICA T 



LEGIS ASST, TO SFPT. 30 ANO FROM OCT. 

5 5,866.67 

CASE WORKER, 4,916.65 

LEGIS ASST, 4,999.98 

CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 2,250.00 

CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 5 ... 8,076.96 

CLERK, TO AUG. 21 AND FROM SEPT. 9 ... 1,401.40 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 15 150.00 

2,664.78 

RECEPTIONIST, 3,250.02 

ADMIN ASST 9,682.02 

SECRETARY, 2,749.98 

ADM AIDE, 6,375.00 

OFFICE MANAGER, FROM JULY 1 4,500.00 



131 . 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. GUS YATRON - CONTINUED 

WAGNER, DAVID G CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, FROM JULY 16 TO 

AUG. 29 $440.00 



OFFICE OF HON. C. W. BILL YOUNG 



ARNOLD, PAULINE ANN 
AYER, LORRAINE M 
CRETEKOS, GFORGE N 
GREGORY, DOUGLAS M 
HIGHFIELD, DEBORAH S 
HOLWERDA, DAVID GUY 
MACKINNON, CYNTHIA J 
MCKINNON, GENEAN H 

MILLER, BARBARA H 
MILLER, FRANCES V 
NELLIUS, RICHARD 
NESBIT, MARY C 
RANTZ, ROLAND H 
SPITZIG, ANNIE RUTH 
WAHLER, ALICE S 



CLERK (SECRETARY), 3,750.00 

SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 29 711.11 

STAFF ASST, 4,999.98 

DISTRICT ASSISTANT, 6,000.00 

CLERK-SECTY, TO NOV. 30 2,916.65 

CLERK, 2,500.02 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

CLERK, TO NOV. 9 AND CLERK-SECTY, FROM 

NOV. 10 3,212.50 

LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, 6,000.00 

CLERK-SECRETARY, TO NOV. 10 2,888.90 

SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 12,499.98 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, 7,249.98 

CLERK, 1,431.00 

CLERK (SECRETARY!, 3,750.00 

CASE ASSISTANT-CLERK, 7,875.00 



OFFICE OF HON. JOHN YOUNG 

FISHER, NANCY RUTH 
FRY, PHILOMENA C 
GARDNER, COLLEEN E 
HAGAN, FRANCES B 
HUGHES, GAIL F 
MASUR, SHURLEY 
MCADAMS, HARRY E 
ONEIL, DOREEN 
PRENOERGAST, JOSEPH T 

RESLER, BARCLAY T, II 



YRUEGAS, GLORIA 



LFGIS RESEARCH CLERK, 

PERS SECTY-ADM AIOE, 

CLERK, TO JULY 5 

SECTY-CLERK (LEGIS), 

DIST OFFICE MGR, 

ADM ASST, 

ADM AIOE, 

CLERK, TO OCT. 31 AND LEGISLATIVE 

ASST, FROM NOV. 1 

CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO JULY 31 AND 
CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM 
NOV. 1 



6,137.84 
8,397.48 
5,614.78 
83.40 
4,831.02 
4,642.50 
14,500.02 
7,872.48 

6,408.32 



3,341.67 
5,081.04 



OFFICE OF HON. CLEMENT J. ZABLOCKI 



BERDES, GEORGE R 
CONNOR, INEZ E 
GOODMAN, MARGARET G 

HOUGE, LINDA SUE 
JAC09Y, PATRICIA ANN 
MERKI, JANIS S 
NORRIS, CHARLOTTE N 
OSBOURNE, GAYLE V 
PATTON, JEANNE M 
SCHIERA, JUDITH S 
^PALATIN, IVO JOSEPH 
SYLVESTER, PATRICIA ( 
WOZINSKI, LEONNE D 



ADM ASST, TO SEPT. 7 4,820.27 

SECRETARY-CASE WORKER, 4,099.98 

FILE CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND LEGIS ASST, 

FROM SEPT. 1 4,066.68 

LEGIS ASST, TO AUG. 31 1,983.34 

PART-TIME SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 2,050.02 

ASST TO ADM ASST, 4,300.02 

PERSONAL SECRETARY, 8,250.00 

FILE CLERK, FROM AUG. 3 2,548.90 

FILE CLERK-TYPIST, TO AUG. 20 916.67 

SECRETARY-DIST OFF, 4,399.98 

ADM ASST, FROM SEPT. 20 4,629.17 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM SEPT. 16 TO NOV. 30 250.00 

SECRETARY-DISTRICT OFF, 3,550.02 



OFFICE OF HON. ROGER H. ZION 

ARNOLD, WAYNE LOUIS 
BECKER, SARAH R 
BELL, BELDEN HILL 
BROWNING, ELIZABETH G 
COOPER, HARRY A 
CRANEY, LINDA KAY 
OODDS-JONFS, MARGARET 
FOERTSCH, SUZANNE 
GERMANN, KAREN LOUISE 
HARGRAVE, SUSAN MARY 
HARRIS, MARY ANGELA 
JUNK, ROBERT C 
MATER, JANET E 



CLERK-TYPIST, FROM SEPT. 13 864.00 

CASE WORKER, 4,249.98 

LEGIS ASST, 11,400.00 

SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 7 967.77 

CO-OPDINATOR OF FIELD OFFICE, 11,599.98 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 . 416.67 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM SEPT. 8 1,569.46 

RECEPTIONIST-SECTY, FROM JULY 8 3,604.17 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 7 . 513.89 

CLERK-TYPIST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 . 416.67 

PRESS SECRETARY 6,750.00 

ADM ASST, 13,399.98 

TO JULY 31 551.18 



132 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF HON. ROGER H. ZION - CONTINUFO 

MCCUROY, GLENN LINCOLN CLERK-TYPIST, FROM AUG. I TO SEPT. 7 . $513.89 

OWEN, VIRGINIA G OIST OFF MANAGER, 4,249.98 

RAMSEY, HARVEY K FIELD REPRESENTATIVE, 1,312.52 

RARIDEN, DAVID S CLERK-TYPIST, FROM AUG. 1 TO SEPT. 7 . 513.89 

SCHIFFER, PAMELA L CLERK-TYPIST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 . 416.67 

VAUGHAN, JERRY S CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 31 600.00 

OFFICE OF HON. JOHN M. ZWACH 

BAHL, DOUGLAS DUANE CLERK, 1,350.00 

BOTZEK, GARY WAYNE CONGRESSIONAL INTERN, TO AUG. 28 580.00 

GRAF, ARTHUR A, JR ADM ASST 13,550.00 

JOHNSON, CAROL SECRETARY, TO NOV. 30 AND LEGIS SECTY, 

FROM DEC. 1 5,575.00 

KNEVEL, RUTH DIST SECTY, 3,674.98 

MAUS, LOUISE LEGIS ASST, 4,974.98 

MCCOACH, PAMELA SUE "ERSONAL SECTY, 4,500.00 

POWELL, MARY BRYAN RECEPTIONIST, TO OCT. 31 AND 

RECEPTIONIST/SECRETARY, FROM NOV. I .. 3,583.32 

SHFY, MICHAEL E DISTRICT ASST, 7,300.02 

TISCHLER, JOHN F PRESS ASST, 9,499.98 

WEBB, CHARLOTTE ANN SECRETARY, 5,500.02 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF THF SPEAKER 

ADAMS, IRIS J 
GIRVIN, PAULINE 
HANNEY, ELIZARETH L* 
JEFFERS, DAVID R 
KFISER, JUSTIN R 

KERR, ROBERT S 
KITCHENS, TAMARA 
KWUCK, KATHLEEN K L 
LAWTON, JANE E 
LIPSEN, JANICE CHARNA 
MCCLURE, JAMES H 
MULVEY, MARIA M 
RITTER, POLLY 
ROBERTSON, DEBORAH JAN 
SHAW, GARY E 
STFPHENS, J GORDON, JR 
THOMSON, SUE PARK 
TOLSON, EARL E 
TONUBBEE, SHFRRY E 
UNOERWOOD, NANCY JANE 
WARD, CHARLES LELAND 



OFFICE OF THE PARLIAMENTARIAN 

BROWN, WILLIAM H, JR 
COCHRANE, WILLIAM P 
DESCHLER, LFWIS 
JOHNSON, CHARLES W, III 
METZGER, JOSEPH F 



COMPILATION OF PRECEDENTS 
EDDY, JOAN D 

CHAPLAIN 

LATCH, EDWARD G 

OFFICE OF THF CLERK 

ALBERT, JOAN M 
ALLEN, BARBAPA W 
ALLEN, PETEP H 
ALLEN, ROBERT E 
ALLISON, FRANCES S 
ANDERSON, HARRY P 
ANGLIN, BYRON C 
ANNFTT, ANNE DILKS 

AYER, STANLEY H 
BARNES, TIMOTHY J 
BATTLE, AILEEN LOUISE 
BATTLE, HARRY MOSS, JR 
BATTLE, THOMAS 
BEITEL, MARCEL L 
BELL, EDWARD G 
BERRY, AMANOA E 
BERRY, ROBERT E 
BLEVINS, RODNEY T 
BOAZ, DAVID D 
BODINE, FREDERICK H 
BOUCHARD, CATHERINE A 
BOWLES, GFRALD ALLEN 
BRAZEAL, DAVID L 
BREECE, KATIE K 
BRENNAN, MARGARET E 
BROWN, ALICE N 
BRUSSO, MARGARET C 
BULLINGTON, MARY A 



CLERK, 

CLERK, 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 20 TO OCT. 31 

CLERK, FROM DHC. 1 

CLERK, TO JULY 31 AMD PRESS SECRETARY, 

FROM AUG. I 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 20 

CLERK, FROM AUG. I 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 20 

STAFF, 

CLERK, 

CLERK- MESSENGER, 

CLERK, TO JULY 31 

CLERK, 

CLERK, 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

CLERK, 

MESSENGER NO. 1, 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 13 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASST., 

ASST PARLIAMENTARIAN, 

ASST PARLIAMENTARIAN, 

PARLIAMENTARIAN, 

LAW ASSISTANT, 

CLERK, 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, 

CHAPLAIN, 

CLERK, FROM SEPT. 23 

ASSISTANT CHIEF, TO NOV. 19 

ASST DIRECTOR, 

ENROLLING-DIGEST CLERK, FROM JULY 1 .. 

STENOGRAPHER, 

FOREMAN, MESSENGER-LABORER, 

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN, 

CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND ACCOUNTS CLERK, 

FROM AUG. 1 

WAREHOUSE CLERK-OFF OF CLERK, 

STENOGRAPHER, FROM AUG. 6 TO SEPT. 15 

SECRETARY, 

LABORER, 

CARPET LAYER 

BILL CLERK 

FILE CLERK, LIB-DOC ROOM, 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 

READING CLERK (MIN), FROM JULY 1 

APPRENTICE LOCKSMITH, 

CLERK, TO AUG. 8 

CARPET LAYER, 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 

MESSENGER, FROM AUG. 1 

SENIOR PROGRAMMER, TO NOV. 30 

SALES CLERK, 

PERSONNEL CLERK, 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 



S7.999.98 

7,000.02 

911.12 

20.00 

6,532.82 
1,122.21 
4, 166.65 
2,244.46 
7,000.02 

10,000.02 
5,464.56 
1,166.67 
4,200.00 
6,300.00 
750.00 
400.00 
6,875.02 
4,606.08 
3,497.35 
1,848.78 

18,000.00 



18,000.00 
18,000.00 
21,095.94 
11,500.02 
9,674.40 



7,101.60 



9,884.40 



2,122.26 
3,975.40 
6,692.52 
9,352.50 
4,614.48 
3,994.50 
6,177.48 

4,559.40 
4, 189.04 

866.23 
4,486.50 
3,227.84 
4,694.15 
8,583.00 
4, 155.48 
4,797.00 
13,230.48 
4,054.50 

714.30 
4,833.99 
4,059.00 
2,819.60 
5,717.90 
4,155.48 
7,308.48 
4,797.00 
4,797.00 
4,797.00 



134 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE CLERK - CONTINUED 



BURKHOLOER, BETTY JANE 

BURKS, GEORGE M 
BUSH, CLEVELAND 
BUTTS, ALFRED 
BYRD, JACQUELINE OEAN 

CADY, JAMES E 
CALGARO, JOHN 
CAMPBELL, ADELIA ANNE 
CANDLER, BENJAMIN P 
CAYLOR, CLARENCE C 
CAYLOR, WILLIAM S 
CEFALO, MICHAEL J 

CHRISTIANSON, CURTIS A 
CLAGETT, JOHN H, III 
CLARK, DOROTHY R 
CLARK, LINDA PRICE 
CLARK, PAUL M 
CLARKE, WILLIAM B 
CLEMENT, DAVID 
CLEMENT, TIFFANY L 
COLLEY, WILFRED R 
CONNORS, JERRY C 

COOKE, JOHN WILSON 
COOKE, THOMAS C 
COOPER, WENOELL H 
COPENHAVER, ROGER D 
CORBIN, ALVIN L, JR 
CRAM, JANE 
CRESSFLL, CHARLES E 
DADE, ALFOED 
DECKER, DONALD LEE 
OEFILIPPO, LOUIS J 
DFLBALZO, FRANCIS A 
DENDY, DALLAS L, JR 
DODDRIDGE, KATHLEEN M 
DOLEN, JANNIE A 
DOWNS, JIMMY M 
DREWIEN, RICHERT JAMES 
DUNGAN, PAULINE Z 
EARL, LOUISE M 
EASTERDAY, LESTER W 
EVANS, MARVIN R 
FENSTERMACHER, MARY R 
FERGUSON, FRANCIS X 
FERNEAU, H ROBERT 
FIEDLER, RUBY ANN 
FLAHERTY, MICHAEL P 
FOLEY, AILEEN M 
FORD, THELMA E 
FOSTFR, FRANK E 
FOXX, RICHARD ALLEN 
FRATANTUONO, GAYLE W 
FREDERICK, LEROY 
FPIT7INGER, HARRY T 
GAINES, ELENITA C 
GARCIA, TONY E 
GA"NER, JAMES I 
GERBER, WILLIAM 
GIBSON, DON C 
GILL, BETTY ULAINE 
GLORIJS, NANCY C 
GOLDBECK, EILEEN M 
GORDON, GLADYS B 
GRAVES, JOSEPH DANIEL 
GRAY3ILL, MICHAEL A 
GREENE, PATRICIA APCAR 
GRILLO, ROBERT 
GROGG, EDWARD RAY 
GRU3BS, RALPH Y 



PAYROLL CLERK, TO OCT. 31 AND SENIOR 

PAYROLL CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 $6,910.68 

LABORER, 3,707.52 

REPAIRMAN (ELEC TYPEWRITER), 5,035.02 

CLERK-DRIVER, FROM JULY 1 A, 155.48 

ACCOUNTS CLERK, FROM JULY I TO JULY 31 

AND SR ACCOUNTS CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 ... 5,080.58 

ASSISTANT TO BILL CLERK, FROM OCT. 15 2,173.60 

FIELD OPERATIONS MGP 5,589.48 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, FROM OCT. I 2,029.50 

PROGRAMMER, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 30 ... 5,025.85 

CARPET LAYER, 4,723.98 

FOREMAN-CARPET SHOP CLERK, 5,740.98 

CHIEF, TO NOV. 14 AND ASSISTANT CHIEF, 

FROM NOV. 15 6,861.48 

ASSISTANT TALLY CLERK, 12,474.48 

LABORATORY TECHNICIAN, FROM NOV. 1 ... 1,961.00 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,797.00 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,059.00 

AUDIO SPECIALIST, 7,060.02 

ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN, 6,324.48 

ASSISTANT CHIEF, TO DEC. 12 6,175.33 

CLERK (TEMP EMPL), TO JULY 31 563.92 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 15,032.52 

SENIOR EMPLOYEE BENEFITS CLERK, FROM 

NOV. 15 1,710.31 

LABORER, FROM SEPT. I 2,129.00 

LABORER, TO AUG. 31 1,108.34 

SALES CLERK, 4,284.00 

ASSISTANT CHIEF, 7,030.98 

ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN, FROM OCT. 15 .... 2,173.60 

STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM JULY I 8,552.52 

TYPEWRITER REPAIRMAN, 5,035.02 

JANITOR LABORER, 3,456.48 

REPAIRMAN-WORKING SUPERVISOR, 5,764.50 

UPHOLSTERER, 4,723.98 

ASSISTANT JOURNAL CLERK, 7,565.75 

ASST ENROLLING-DIGEST CLERK, 6,889.73 

VOUCHER CLERK, 3,931.70 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,059.00 

LABORER, TO SEPT. 17 1,422.37 

MESSENGER-LABORER, TO AUG. 20 887.08 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,797.00 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,797.00 

CARPET LAYER, TO AUG. 31 1,351.50 

SENIOR AUDIT CLERK, 7,707.00 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,155.35 

MESSENGER-LABORER, 3,456.48 

ASST. ENROLLING-DIGEST CLERK, 9,558.00 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,059.00 

LIBRARY ASSISTANT, 5,442.48 

SENIOR CLERK, 6,031.02 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,797.00 

FINISHER, 5,238.48 

MESSENGER-LABORER, 3,325.02 

PAYROLL CLERK, 4,486.50 

ASST FOREMAN 4,098.25 

UPHOLSTEPER, 5,238.46 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,797.00 

FINISHER, 5,238.48 

LABORER, FROM SEPT. 10 1,969.33 

CLERK, 4,284.00 

SENIOR ACCOUNTS CLERK, 8,552.52 

OPERATOR, TO NOV. 30 3,334.35 

SECRETARY-RECEPTIONIST, 4,872.48 

SECRETARY, 5,515.50 

CHIEF-OFFICE EQUIP. SERVICE, 9,159.48 

LABORER, 3,456.48 

PAYROLL CLERK, FROM JULY 1 4,486.50 

SECRETARY, 7,030.98 

CLERK-MESSENGER, TO NOV. 30 2,829.94 

ASSISTANT FOREMAN CARPET SHOP, 5,453.68 

CAMERAMAN, '. . . 7,795.02 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE CLERK - CONTINUED 



GUNTER, TIMOTHY E 

GUTHRIE, BENJAMIN J 
HACKNEY, CHARLES W, JP 
HAKE, IVAN W 
HARDY, HOWARD D 
HARRIS, SHIRLEY L 
HARTNETT, WILLIAM W 
HAWKINS, MICHAEL 
HAYDEN, MARILYN R 
HAYS, PAUL 

HENDERSON, BERNARD L, « 
HENSHAW, EDMUND L, JR 
HENY, MICHAEL, JR 
HICKEY, BARBARA ANN 
HILL, WILLIAM R 

HOLLIDAY, WILLIE 
HOYE, FRANCIS P 
HUESTER, BETTE W 
HUFF, KENT W 

INGE, CLAUDE 

INGE, EDWARD 
INGRAM, JOHN D 
JACKSON, HERBERT E 
JACKSON, MC ARTHUR 
JACOBS, ROBERT B 
JENKINS, JOHN P 
JENNINGS, W PAT 
JERNIGAN, HELEN 
JOHNSON, MARY F 
JOHNSON, MICHAEL E 
JOHNSON, WILLIAM C 
JONES, DAVID L 
JONES, DONNA R 
JOSEPH, EUGENE E 
KELLAHER, EDWARD T 
KELLEY, ROBERT J 
KLEIN, KATHFP. INE W 
KNOUS, ROBERT LEE, JR 
KOLZAK, STEPHEN F 
KOSTELNICK, JOHN M 
KOVACS, AKOS 
LADD, PHILLIP B 
LADD, THOMAS E 
LANE, ESTHER C 
LARK, RONALD M 
LASSITER, PAULETTE A 
LEE, BILL R 
LEFTWICH, CHARLES H 
LIESCH, JOHN J 
LIND, DOROTHEA M 
LITTLE, JAMES, JR 
LLOYD, MARY ANN 
LONG, JOHN ROBERT 
LONG, PATRICIA A 
LONG, THOMAS V 
LYNN, JOHN R 
MALIN, JAMES W 
MALLONEE, RONALD M 
MANLEY, MARY AGNES 
MARRS, WILLIAM C 
MAYER, RONALD 

MCCREE, DON ALLEN 
MCDANIEL, DWIGHT S 
MCFADDEN, AUSTIN A 
MCKAY, GORDON ANDREW 

MEHL, ERIC SCOTT 
MEHOK, JOHN CHARLES 
MELVIN, GARFIELD D 
MENDENHALL, EMMA C 



PROGRAMMER TRAINEE-OPERATOR, TO NOV. 

30 $4,290.00 

DIRECTOR OF LEGIS PROCESSES, 12,512.52 

READING CLERK, 13,230.48 

CABINETMAKER, 5,740.98 

LABORER, 3,303.10 

BOOKKEEPING MACHINE OPERATOR, 4,189.04 

ELECTRONIC SPECIALIST, FROM JULY 1 ... 11,218.02 

MESSENGER-SERVICEMAN, 4,098.25 

GENERAL CLERK, TO SEPT. 3 1,570.28 

ASSISTANT BILL CLERK (MINI, 7,200.00 

STENOGRAPHER, TO AUG. 15 974.51 

FILE CLK, 4,927.98 

ACCOUNTS CLERK, 5,295.48 

FILE CLERK, FROM JULY 14 3,616.50 

SYSTEMS ANALYST, FROM JULY 1 TO NOV. 

30 6,475.00 

CHIEF-STOCKROOM UNIT, 4,519.92 

JOURNAL CLERK, 13,230.48 

CLERK, 4,764.98 

SENIOR PROGRAMMER, TO OCT. 31 AND 

PROGRAMMER, FROM NOV. 5 TO NOV. 30 ... 5,565.42 

APPRENTICE UPHOLSTERER CLERK, FROM 

JULY I 4,222.02 

ASST FIELD OPR MGR CLERK, 4,648.17 

LABORER, 3,456.48 

LABORER, 3,456.48 

LEADING MAN, 3,707.52 

COORDINATOR OF OPERATIONS, 5,442.48 

TALLY CLERK, 11,083.98 

CLERK OF THE HOUSE, 19,999.98 

CLERK, 4,906.04 

CLERK, 4,743.48 

MESSENGER, FROM SEPT. 20 1,898.53 

LABORER, 3,359.35 

FINISHER, 4,545.00 

SALES CLERK, 4,155.48 

MESSENGER LABORER, 3,707.52 

CHIEF-PROPERTY SUPPLY, 9,544.98 

SR EMPLOYEE BENEFITS CLK, TO NOV. 7 .. 5,080.00 

SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 24 801.26 

RECORD CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 2,574.00 

CLERK-MESSENGER, FROM DEC. 20 206.77 

FOREMAN, FROM SEPT. I 3,691.68 

MASSEUR, 4,222.02 

CHIEF, TO NOV. 30 8,002.28 

METHODS f. SYSTEMS ANALYST, FROM JULY I 11,218.02 

SECRETARY, 5,148.00 

FINISHER-FINISHING SHOP, 5,035.02 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,127.84 

REPAIRMAN AUTO TYPEWRITER, 5,274.48 

LABORATORY TECHNICIAN, TO JULY 23 .... 808.13 

CARPET LAYER PROP. SUPPLY CLER, 4,815.90 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS CLERK, 5,589.48 

CLERK, TO AUG. 15 845.88 

TELEPHONF OPERATOR, 4,059.00 

MESSENGER, TO JULY 31 563.92 

ASST COORD OPERATIONS, 4,614.48 

SALES CLERK, 4,155.48 

RETIREMENT ADVISOR, 3,723.48 

SUPERVISOR, FROM NOV. 10 2,153.19 

PROGRAMMER, TO NOV. 30 4,290.00 

TELEPHONE OPFRATOR, 4,059.00 

STENOGRAPHER, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 10 1,515.90 

AUDIO SPECIALIST TRAINEE, TO NOV. 30 

AND AUDIO SPECIALIST, FROM DEC. 1 .... 6,031.02 

LABORER, 3,325.02 

CLERK MESSENGER, 3,493.02 

REPAIRMAN OFF EOP ICLERK), 5,238.48 

ASSISTANT CHIEF, TO NOV. 14 AND CHIEF, 

FROM NOV. 15 6,692.52 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,127.84 

CABINETMAKER, 5,238.48 

LABORER (LEADING MAN), 3,707.52 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,797.00 



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SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE CLERK - CONTINUED 



MENSAH, KINGSTON A 
MILES, CATHERINE J 
MILLER, BENNY BRANDT 
MILLER, JAMES R 
MINNIX, WARREN E 
MITCHELL. ARLEN V 
MOAKLER, MARY D 
MOLLOY, JAMES T 
MONNETT, LARRY EDWARD 
MOODY, WILLIAM C 
MORGAN, SARA 

MORRIS, IRENE J 
MORRIS, THERON E 
MOSELEY, ROBERT M, SR 
MOTLEY, ROBERT L 
MURPHY, LONZIE 
MURRAY, MICHAEL LEO 
NELSON, PAUL N 
NEWSOME, JAMES L 
NICKELSON, ELKANIE 
NIXON, HARRISON C 
NOBLES, THOMAS STEVEN 
NORRIS, ROBERT LEE 
NUGENT, ETHEL E 
OLSON, VIRGINIA 
ONEAL, CORNELIUS 
OPAUSKI, MICHAEL E 
OSULLIVAN, BERNARD 
OVERCASH, CONSTANCE 
PALMER, JOHN LOUIS 
PASCOE, R F 
PATE, JO ANNE 
PATTERSON, ROBERT T 
PATTRIDGE, LYNNE E 
PAXTON, FRANCES D 
PEARSON, EDWIN E 
PETTIS, FREDERICK R 
PHIPPS, ROBERT R 
PICKERAL, CATHERINE G 
PICKETT, DIANE BRUCE 
PIEKNIK, JEAN 
POLEN, EDWARO P 
POPE, JUSTINE KAY 
POPP, DANIEL HERBERT, JP 
PURTELL, DORA ANN F 
OUISENBERRY, LARRY D 
RADFR, ROBERT LAWRENCE 
RAGSDALE, JFRRY A 
RAINES, ROBERT FONZO 
RAPPAPORT, MICHAEL 
REID, HOLL IS C 
RHOADS, PHILIP S 
RICHARDSUN, GEORGE H 
RICHARDSON, JAMES B 
RICHMOND, THOMAS J 
RIDGELL, LIONFl B 
ROBBINS, NEIL K 
ROUMEL, ANGELINA 
RUBl E, CARl R 
RUCCHIO, ROSEMARY 
RUIT, THOMAS 
SARTORI, JOAN ANN 
SCHAEFLE, CAROLINE R 

SCHROEDER, WALTER F 
SCHULKE, HERBERT A 
SCOTT, WILSON M 
SEPESY, RICHARD F 
SHEFFIELD, FRANK 
SHIPLEY, JOHN RUSSELL 
SHROPSHIRE, JONAH T 
SMITH, JAMES RALPH 
SMITH, JOHN F 
SMITH, KATHPYN A 



CARPENTER, FROM OCT. 1 $2,182.74 

BOOKKEEPER, 6,159.00 

CHIEF, 8,583.00 

REPAIRMAN-AUTOMATIC TYPE, 5.274.48 

ASST JOURNAL CLERK INDEXER MIN, 5,417.98 

CHIEF-ACCOUNTS UNIT, 7,660.02 

CLERK-TELEPHONE. 4,284.00 

CHIEF-FINANCE OFFICE, 12,080.52 

LABORER, 3,325.02 

DIRECTOR, 8,775.00 

CHIEF, LIBRARY-DOCUMENT ROOM, FROM 

JULY 1 8,968.02 

OPERATOR, TO NOV. 30 3,248.35 

ASSISTANT TALLY CLERK, 6,736.64 

REPAIRMAN-ELECTRIC TYPEWRITER, 5,035.02 

CABINETMAKER, 5,238.48 

LABOR FOREMAN, 4,545.00 

SALES CLERK, FROM AUG. 19 , 2,858.55 

MESSENGER, 3,714.00 

TYPEWRITER REPAIRMAN, 4,545.00 

LABORER, 3,325.02 

INVENTORY CONTROL CLK-CLERK, 4,189.04 

MESSENGER, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 18 .... 902.27 

FINISHERS HELPER, 4,054.50 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,797.00 

ASST CHIEF TELEPHONE OPER, 5,904.00 

LABORER, 3,456.48 

ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN, 5,883.00 

RECORD CLERK, TO SEPT. 6 1,887.60 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,059.00 

LABORER, 3,456.48 

STOCK CLERK PROP SUP CLERK, 4,721.98 

SALES CLERK, 5,056.02 

MANAGER INVENTORY CONTROL, 5,295.48 

SALES CLERK, TO JULY 2 43.31 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,797.00 

ASST. DISBURSING CLERK, 9,736.98 

LABORATORY TECHNICIAN, 5,736.00 

FOREMAN-CABINET SHOP, TO JULY 31 998.67 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,797.00 

SECRETARY, 5,442.48 

AUDIT CLERK, 5,589.48 

ASSISTANT CHIEF-PROP. SUPPLY, 8,044.98 

SECRETARY, 5,148.00 

CAMERAMAN, 5,883.00 

SUPERVISOR ADMINISTRATIVE DIV, 8,957.52 

PERSONNEL CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 747.75 

CARPET LAYER, 4,222.02 

MESSENGER, 3,604.02 

LABORER, FROM JULY 1 3,193.50 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,127.84 

CLERK, FROM JULY 6 TO AUG. 8 620.31 

AUDIO SPECIALIST, FROM JULY 19 4,633.20 

LABORER, 3,325.02 

ASSISTANT BILL CLERK, 6,692.52 

CLERK-MESSENGER, 4,045.02 

FOREMAN-FINISHING SHOP, 5,992.02 

CHIEF-ENGINEERING SECTION, 8,448.48 

PAYROLL CLERK, 5,148.00 

SENIOR ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN, 7,075.11 

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS CLERK, 4,872.48 

ASST FORMAN, 5,330.63 

TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,059.00 

SENIOR PAYROLL CLERK, TO OCT. 31 AND 

ASSISTANT TALLY CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 ... 2,291.52 

CLERK (TEMP EMP), TO AUG. 31 1,299.34 

CLERK, FROM AUG. 9 TO AUG. 31 413.54 

CAMERAMAN, 5,883.00 

CABINETMAKER, 5,238.48 

MESSENGER-LABORER, FROM SEPT. 20 1,791.91 

UPHOLSTERER, 5,238.48 

ASSISTANT BILL CLERK, TO NOV. 30 5,577.10 

LEADING MAN, 3,707.52 

LABORER, 3,359.35 

PROGRAMMER, TO NOV. 30 5,001.18 



137 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF THF CLERK - CONTINUED 

SMITH, LISTER FILE CLERK, FROM SEPT. 8 TO SEPT. 10 . $23.69 

SMITH, M KENNETH P4PEP £ PRINTING CLERK, 4,872.48 

SNOAO, CHARLES W AUDIT CLERK, 4,872.48 

SNOW, WILLIAM OONALD UPHOLSTERER, 5,238.48 

SPASARO, MARGUERITE V RECEPTIONIST, FROM NOV. 3 1,256.03 

STCLAIR, NOAH M PROGRAMMER, TO NOV. 30 4,916.48 

STEPHENSON, HOWARD B UPHOLSTERER, 5,489.52 

STEPHENSON, JAMES W FOREMAN-UPHOLSTERY SHOP, 5,992.02 

STERLING, CHARLES W, JR RE PAI RMAN-OFF EQP. ICLERK) 5,489.52 

STOFEL, OWEN SENIOR ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN, 6,692.52 

SWIFT, BEATRICE M TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,059.00 

TAYLOR, AVON LABORER, 3,325.02 

THOMAS, EDWARD A HELPER UPHOLSTERY SHOP CLERK, 3,456.48 

THOMAS, LEE ASSISTANT JOURNAL CLERK (MINI, 10,921.98 

TOLIVER, JAMES HELPER CABINET SHOP CLERK, 3,456.48 

TOMANIO, MICHAEL SR PROGRAMMER £ SYST ANALYST, TO NOV. 

30 5,875.11 

TRAMMELL, SUSAN T RECEPTIONIST, FROM JULY 6 TO SEPT. 4 

AND GENERAL CLERK, FROM SEPT. 5 4,168.98 

TREASURE, GFORGE R ASSISTANT TO BILL CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 

AND FILE CLERK, FROM OCT. 27 4,215.53 

TSOUROUNIS, GEORGIA ACCOUNTS CLERK, FROM JULY 1 4,486.50 

UPFQLD, D LOUISE TELEPHONE OPERATOR, 4,155.35 

VANN, BEN JAMES LEADING MAN, 3,707.52 

VANN, DEVON C FINISHER'S HELPER, 3,303.10 

VASS, ALICE V ACCOUNTS CLERK, 5,515.50 

WALKER, CHRISTIAN L CHIEF, PRODUCTION SEC, 7,770.00 

WALLACE, ALFONZA LABORER, 3,456.48 

WANAMAKER, ANNE L CLERK, 6,215.86 

WARLEY, WALTER A LABORER, 3,325.02 

WATSON, JEFFREY J CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,127.84 

WEAVER, WARD JOHN UPHOLSTERER, 5,238.48 

WEED, HENRY M CARPENTER, 4,783.98 

WELLMON, REX HAROLD MESSENGER, FROM JULY 1 3,952.92 

WELLS, LINDA E MACHINE OPR / MESSENGER, 3,898.02 

WHEATLEY, HARRY F LABORER, TO AUG. 31 AND CARPET LAYER, 

FROM SEPT. 1 3,699.66 

WHITE, JAMES A CLERK, TO AUG. 31 1,127.84 

WHITE, RODRICK J CLERK (TEMP EMPL), TO AUG. 22 977.46 

WHITE, WALTER M LABORER, FROM SEPT. 18 1,827.39 

WHITLEY, JACK LEE, SR APPRENTICE, FROM OCT. 11 1,727.55 

WILEY, JEANETTE W PERSONNEL CLERK, TO OCT. 31 AND 

PAYROLL CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 4,964.32 

WILLETT, WILLIAM W ASSISTANT UPHOLSTERER, 5,238.48 

WILLIAMS, JAMES M, SR STOCK CLERK, 3,714.00 

WILLIAMSON, ELEANOR L SENIOR PERSONNEL CLERK, 8,891.52 

WILLS, HAROLD JOSEPH MASTERLOCKSMTH PROP SUP CLERK, 5,740.98 

WISE, THOMAS CLAYTON STOCK CLERK, 3,919.52 

WOHL, PAUL LEGAL COUNSEL, 12,320.52 

WOOD, KATHRYN H SALES CLERK, FROM JULY 7 TO AUG. 18 .. 909.54 

WOOOBURN, WALTER A LABORER, FROM JULY 1 3,193.50 

WOODWARD, WILLIAM R RE PAI RMAN-OFF EOUP (CLERK), 5,238.48 

WORTMAN, STANLEY J ASST MGR INVENTORY CONTROL, 4,486.50 

YOUNG, RAY M PURCHASING CLERK, 8,144.52 

ZIMMER, MARILYN A FILE CLERK, FROM NOV. 23 822.92 

OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS 

ABERNATHY, GILBERT H LT, 9 ( 

ABERNETHY, THOMAS F PRIVATE, FROM SEPT. 27 2, 

ADAMS, JAMES W PRIVATE, FROM SEPT. 27 2, 

AGNER, DAVID W PRIVATE, FROM OCT. 25 li 

AKERS, JAMES EDWARD PRIVATE, 5, 

ALCORN, PAUL RAY PRIVATE, 5, 

ALEXANOER, DONALD E PRIVATE, 5, 

ALEXANDER, EDWARD P PRIVATE, FROM OCT. 11 1, 

ALLAN, SHOREY CHAD PRIVATE, FROM AUG. 30 2, 

ALLWARD, DENNIS D PRIVATE, FROM SEPT. 27 2, 

ANDERSON, CHARLIE PRIVATE, 5, 

ANDREWS, HIPAM E, III PRIVATE 4, 

ARRINGTON, ANDREW J, JR PRIVATF, 5, 

AUSTIN, DONALD ELTON PRIVATE, FROM NOV. 29 

BACKMAN, SAMMY LEON PRIVATE, 5, 

BAGIS, WILLIAM DENNIS PRIVATE, 4, 



075.10 
248.17 
248.17 
578.50 
037.96 
617.60 
482.80 
913.33 
893.92 
248.17 
199.24 
795.59 
253.64 
765.33 
062.62 
696.23 



138 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS - CONTINUED 

RAGLEY, MICHAEL M PRIVATE, FROM AUG. 30 TO SEPT. 7 

BARCUS, CHARLES E PRIVATE, 

BARRETT, LEO R PRIVATE, 

BARTRAM, FRED VERNON PRIVATE, 

BEHRENS, WALTER J BOOKKEEPER, 

BELL, HERBERT MILO, JR PRIVATE, 

BELL, LEWIS W PRIVATE, 

BENNETTE, LAVAN T SERGEANT, 

BENSON, WALTER E PRIVATE, FROM SEPT. 27 

8ERMAN, RONALD L PRIVATE, 

8EUCHERT, JEROME J, JR PRIVATE, FROM AUG. 30 

BIEDENHARN, WILLIAM G PRIVATE, FROM AUG. 30 

BLACK, CLARENCE MANNIE PRIVATE, 

BLAKE, CALVIN J PRIVATE, 

BOND, GEORGE H PRIVATE, 

BOROWSKI, MICHAEL A PRIVATE, 

BOSWELL, WILLIAM C PRIVATE 

BOWERS, ALLEN PRICE SGT, TO JULY 15 AND LIEUTENANT, FROM 

JULY 16 

BOWLING, BENJAMIN F PRIVATE, 

BREY, J D PRIVATE, 

BRIERLY, LEE ALVA PRIVATE, TO JULY 31 AND TECHNICIAN, 

FROM AUG. 1 

BRIGGS, JAMES E PRIVATE, TO OCT. 19 

BROOKS, BARRY L PRIVATE, 

BROWN, DALE EDWARD PRIVATE, FROM SEPT. 13 

BROWN, HENRY, JR PRIVATE, 

BROWN, KEITH C PRIVATE, FROM OCT. 25 

BRYAN, IVAN PRIVATE, FROM NOV. 8 

BRYANT, WILLIAM B, SR PRIVATE, 

8UCKLEY, DESALES H PRIVATE, TO JULY 15 AND SERGEANT, FROM 

JULY 16 

BURGESS, L MICHAEL PRIVATE, 

BURKHEAD, KENNETH L PL A I NCLOTHE SMAN , 

BUSTER, THEODORE J PRIVATE, 

BUTLER, MELVIN JERCME PRIVATE, 

CAGIGAS, JAIME J PRIVATE, 

CAINE, JOHN PRIVATE, FROM JULY 15 

CAMERON, THEODORE S PRIVATE, 

CAMPBELL, HARRY R SGT, 

CANNADY, WILLIAM F, JR PRIVATE, FROM NOV. 8 

CARVER, GtURGE BRYAN LT, 

CASHDOLLAR, VIRGINIA L CLERK, FROM NOV. 12 

CHELF, FRANK, JR PRIVATE, 

CHICK, ROLAND EVERETT PRIVATE, FROM OCT. 11 

CHRISTIAN, DAVID K PRIVATE, 

CHRISTIAN, JOHN JOSEPH PRIVATE, 

CLANCY, ROBERT J PRIVATE, FROM AUG. 16 

CLEM, JOHN HENRY, JR PRIVATE, TO NOV. 30 AND TECHNI C I AN-K9, 

FROM DEC. 1 

CLINE, WILLIE PAUL PRIVATE, 

CLINTON, KERMIT H PRIVATE, TO JULY 15 AND SERGEANT, FROM 

JULY 16 

COHILL, PAUL DOUGLAS PRIVATE, FROM JULY 15 

COLINET, DOMINICK PRIVATE, 

COOK, KENNETH PRIVATE, FROM SEPT. 27 

COOKSEY, ROBERT H TELLER, FROM JULY 26 

COOPER, ARTHUR L PRIVATE, FROM DEC. 1 

COOPER, LEON C PRIVATE, TO JULY 15 AND SERGEANT, FROM 

JULY 16 

CORSETTI, STEVAN J PRIVATF, 

COSGROVE, PHILIP J PRIVATE, 

COX, LARRY OWAIN PRIVATF, 

CROWELL, BETTINA L PRIVATE, 

CROWL, JOHN LEE, JR PRIVATE, FROM NOV. 29 

CULMER, CALVIN PRIVATE, 

CURRIE, BRUCE ALAN PRIVATE, 

CUR«Y, OAVIO A PRIVATE, FROM JULY. 1 TO JULY 15 AND 

SERGEANT, FROM JULY 16 

CURTIS, MONTE E PRIVATE, 

DAMERON, JAC.FS GARY PRIVATE, TO JULY 31 AND TECHN I C I AN-K9 , 

FROM AUG. 1 

DANIELS, CARLSON B, JR PRIVATE, 

DANIELS, JOHN E PRIVATE, 

DAVIS, HAROLD G PRIVATE 



$191.34 
4,652.76 
4,690.02 
5,644.56 
7,501.50 
5,482.80 
5,725.44 
7,409.54 
2,248.17 
5,435.62 
2,893.92 
2,893.92 
4,683.81 
5,435.62 
5,556.94 
4,997.52 
5,545.45 

8,718.75 
5,354.74 
5,224.08 

5,716.16 
3,693.09 
5,310.42 
2,583.00 
5,637.82 
1,578.50 
1,267.58 
5,285.58 

7,045.88 

5,186.82 

5,435.70 

5,509.76 

5,374. 

5,031. 

4,081. 

4,652. 

7,570.12 

1,267.58 

9,232.88 

1,221.33 

5,062.02 

1,913.33 

5,489.54 

5,570.42 

3,228.75 

5,658.88 
5,556.94 

7,466.48 
4,069.53 
5,455.84 
2,248. 17 
5,763. 
717. 



.96 
.57 
.95 
.76 



,00 
.50 



,52 
17 
,73 
.08 
.56 



6,526. 
5, 155. 
5,356. 
4,603. 
5,644. 

765.33 
5,043.99 
5, 130.93 

7,286.80 
5,248.92 



5,738. 
5,749. 
5,678, 
5,496. 



139 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS - CONTINUED 



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j 

JR 



JR 



OAVISt HUGH F 
DAVIS, JERRY LEROY 
DELUCCA, JOHN J 
DITZLER, CLYDE WILMER 
DOBBS, WILLIAM MAYO 
DODERER, ARTHUR E, JR 
DODSON, GEORGE A 
DORFMAN, LOUIS E 
DOSS, HORACE SEAY 
DOUGHERTY, JOSEPH M 
DOWELL, RAYMOND R 
DOYLE, JOHN DONALD 
DUFFY, ROBERT A 
DUNN, ARTHUR JOSEPH 
DURFKA, ANDREW J, JR 
EADES, RODNEY C 
EAOES, RONALD E 
EAKLEY, FRANCIS A 
EATON, CHARLES A, 
EDL, ERWIN L 
EDWARDS, CHARLES 
ELLIOTT, GEORGE, 
EMORY, WILLIAM H 
ESCALADA, BENITO 
EUILL, JOHN W 
EVANS, MILTON J, 
EVANS, ROBERT W 
FALLON, HAROLD G 
FARLEY, BILLY JAMES 
FARRELL, CARROLL J 
FERE6EE, CYRIL ANDREW 
FIELDS, GILBERT E 
FINN, RICHARD J 
FISCHER, DUAINE K 
FITCH, LANCE, JR 
FLEMING, JAMES M 
FOR8FS, HERBERT E 
FOSTER, CHARLES D 
FRALEY, GERALD J 
FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN T 
FRASIER, BENJAMIN, JR 
FULGHUM, HFNRY G 
FULLER, TERRY D 
FURK, JOHN A 
GAOONAS, DEMETRIOS J 
GAINER, ROBERT LEE 
GALIFARO, THOMAS J, JR 
GARRETT, ROBERT 
GASSER, CHARLES E 
GASSETT, EARL D 
GIARDINO, RALPH A 
GIBBS, THOMAS V 
GILL, EDGAR, JR 
GILPIN, MARVIN EARL 
GLASCOE, LEO 
GOAD, OSCAR HERMAN 
GOCHENUUR, HARRY I, JR 
GORDON, DONALD J 
GORMLEY, JAMES THOMAS 

GOSSAGE, WM J, JR 
GRAY, WILLIAM LESLIE 
GRILLO, JOSEPH R 
GRIMES, SYLVESTER R 
GROVES, RICHARD C 
GURZELL, DONALD A, SR 
HALL, CALVIN B 

HALL, JOHNNIE W 
HANCOCK, CLEO E, JR 
HANNA, JOHN 
HANNELD, MICHAEL ROY 
HANSON, JOHN B 
HARDESTY, MICHAEL S 
HARDING, KENNETH R 



PRIVATE, $5,321.04 

PRIVATE, 5,368.22 

PRIVATE, 5,664.78 

PRIVATE, 4,652.76 

PRIVATE, 5,536.72 

PRIVATE, 5,137.14 

PLAINCLOTHFSMAN, 5,128.20 

PRIVATE, 5,563.68 

PRIVATE, 5,738.92 

PRIVATE, 5,871.18 

PRIVATE, 5,590.64 

PRIVATE, 5,482.80 

PRIVATE, TO SEPT. 9 2,607.24 

PRIVATE, 5,482.80 

PRIVATE, TO JULY 25 1,147.93 

PRIVATE, 5,894.76 

PRIVATE, 5,810.52 

PRIVATE, TO JULY 2 476.32 

PRIVATE, 5,590.64 

PRIVATE, 5,671.52 

PRIVATE, 5,173.80 

PRIVATE, FROM JULY 1 5,756.38 

PRIVATE, 5,415.99 

PRIVATE, 5,631.08 

PLAINCLOTHESMAN, 5,651.50 

PRIVATE, FROM NOV. 8 1,267.58 

SERGEANT, 7,310.75 

PRIVATE, 5,314.30 

PRIVATE, FROM DEC. 1 717.50 

PRIVATE, 5,577.16 

PRIVATE, 4,646.55 

PRIVATE, 5,242.11 

PRIVATE, 5,529.98 

PRIVATE, 4,665.18 

PRIVATE, 5,451.09 

PRIVATE, TO AUG. 31 1,832.44 

PRIVATE, 5,401.92 

PRIVATE, 5,482.80 

SGT, 7,009.17 

PRIVATE, TO JULY 4 691.83 

PRIVATE, 4,674.00 

PRIVATE, FROM JULY 1 5,963.44 

PRIVATE, FROM OCT. 25 TO DEC. 5 980.58 

PRIVATE, 5,159.28 

PRIVATE, 5,556.94 

PRIVATE, 4,665.18 

PRIVATE, FROM AUG. 16 3,228.75 

PRIVATE, 5,211.06 

PRIVATE, 5,211.06 

SGT, 8,617.43 

PRIVATE, 5,455.84 

PRIVATE, 5,536.72 

PRIVATE, 5,478.05 

PRIVATE, 5,509.76 

BOOKKEEPER, FROM JULY 1 6,324.48 

SERGEANT, 6,974.50 

PRIVATE, 4,801.80 

PRIVATE, FROM OCT. 11 1,913.33 

PRIVATE, TO JULY 15 AND SERGEANT, FROM 

JULY 16 7,019.97 

PRIVATE, 5,610.86 

PRIVATE, 5,273.16 

PRIVATE, 5,583.90 

PRIVATE, 5,476.06 

PRIVATE, 6,011.24 

PRIVATE, 4,652.76 

PRIVATE, TO JULY 15 AND SERGEANT, FROM 

JULY 16 6,838, 

PRIVATE, 5,321. 

PRIVATE, 5,075. 

PRIVATE, 5,246, 

PRIVATE, 5,496. 

PRIVATE, 5,590. 

PRIVATE, FROM JULY 16 4,045, 

SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 8,044.98 



71-124 O - 72 - 10 



140 

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

TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS - CONTINUED 

HAROISON, RICHARD L PRIVATE, $5,030.97 

HARDMAN, GEORGE P PRIVATE, FROM AUG. 16 3,228.75 

HARDWICK, BRUCE PRIVATE, 5,563.68 

HARRAH, WILLIAM M, JR PRIVATE, FROM AUG. 30 2,893.92 

HARRELL, FREDRICK H, SR PRIVATE, 5,307.56 

HARRIS, DANIEL W PRIVATE, 4,671.39 

HAYES, KENNETH W PRIVATE, 5,503.02 

HEATH, GARY L PRIVATE, FROM SEPT. 27 2,248.17 

HENRY, JOSEPH PRIVATE, TO JULY 24 574.00 

HENSLEY, FLOYD E PRIVATE, 5,934.38 

HERRMAN, PAUL Z, JR PRIVATE, 5,496.28 

HICKS, HAROLD DEAN, SR PRIVATE, 4,665.18 

HIGDON, GERALD NORRIS PRIVATE, 5,523.24 

HILL, CHARLIE R SERGEANT, 7,409.54 

HILL, WOODROW THOMAS, JR PRIVATE, 5,099.88 

HINES, HOWARD R PRIVATE, 5,224.08 

HIPSLEY, WILLIAM A PRIVATE, 5,442.36 

HOLBROOK, JESSEE L, SR PRIVATE, 4,652.76 

HOLIDAY, JESSIE G PRIVATE, 4,652.76 

HOLLAR, ROBERT F PRIVATE, FROM OCT. 11 1,913.33 

HOLLOWELL, NATHAN S PRIVATE, FROM SEPT. 13 2,583.00 

HOTZE, STOCKTON M ASSISTANT CASHIER, 10,314.00 

HOWARD, RONALD L PRIVATE, FROM OCT. 25 1,578.50 

HOWELL, HERBERT H PLA I NCLOTHE SMAN , 5,991.78 

HOY, EDWARD M PL A INCLOTHE SMAN , TO JULY 31 1,125.40 

HUFF, WILLIAM L PRIVATE 5,633.07 

HUGHES, GEORGE W PRIVATE, 6,003.96 

HUGHES, JOSEPH A PRIVATE, 5,590.64 

HULL, WILLIAM R, III PRIVATE, FROM AUG. 16 3,228.75 

HUNT, JOHN MESSENGER-JANITOR, 3,714.00 

HUP°, MICHAEL E PRIVATE, TO JULY 31 AND TECHNICIAN K9, 

FROM AUG. 1 5,648.76 

HURLDCK, WARREN L PRIVATE, TO JULY 31 AND 

PLAINCLOTHESMAN, FROM AUG. 1 5,075.36 

IORIO, D THOMAS PAIR CLERK TO THE MAJORITY, 15,168.60 

IVEY, JAMFS RAYMOND PRIVATE, FROM NOV. 29 765.33 

JACHIMUWICZ, ALFRED L PRIVATE, 5,631.08 

JACKSON, CLARENCE W PRIVATE, FROM SEPT. 27 2,248.17 

JACKSON, DAPRYL JOSEPH PRIVATE, 5,590.64 

JACKSON, GEORGE W PRIVATE, FROM NOV. 29 765.33 

JAMES, RICHARD T PRIVATE, FROM SEPT. 13 2,583.00 

JAMES, ROBERT A PRIVATE 5,637.82 

JENKINS, ARCHIE B PRIVATE, 4,997.52 

JENKINS, CARLETON C PRIVATE, 5,462.58 

JENKINS, CECIL WARD PRIVATE, 5,664.78 

JENKINS, HAROLD PRIVATE, 6,160.30 

JENKINS, HENRY PRIVATE, 4,680.74 

JENKINS, THOMAS L, III PRIVATE, 5,624.34 

JERVIS, CARNIE J PRIVATE, TO OCT. 5 3.24P.67 

JOBBER, CLAUDE R PRIVATE, FROM AUG. 30 2.R93.92 

JOHNSON, CLINTON S, JP PRIVATE, 5,644.56 

JOHNSON, JOSEPH ALLEN PRIVATE, 5,644.56 

JOHNSON, THOMAS PRIVATE, 5,408.66 

JOHNSON, THOMAS L LIEUTENANT, 9,270.36 

JOHNSON, WALTER F PRIVATE, 5,833.28 

JOHNSON, WILLIAM RETIREMENT OFFICER 10,314.00 

JOHNSON, ZEAKE W, JR SERGEANT AT ARMS, 19,999.98 

JONES, CHARLES THOMAS PRIVATE, FROM SEPT. ?7 2,248.17 

JONES, ERNEST, JR PRIVATE, 4,491.30 

JONES, NAUOAIN J, JR PRIVATE, 5,570.42 

JURCICH, LAWRFNCE R PRIVATE, 5,368.22 

KAHLFR, JACK W PRIVATE, TO JULY 31 AND 

PLAINCLOTHESMAN, FROM AUG. 1 6,508.02 

KANTRIM, ANTHONY T PRIVATE, 5,835.27 

KARN, JUANITA L PAYROLL £ REPORTS CLERK, FROM JULY 1 . 6,177.48 

KAVAL, WILLIAM G, JR PRIVATE, TO JULY 31 AND TECHNICIAN, 

FROM AUG. 1 5,999.24 

KELLER, STEPHEN E PRIVATE, 4,665.18 

KELLY, KENNETH H PRIVATE 5,536.72 

KENNEDY, DONALD G PRIVATE •.... 4,702.44 

KENTES, MICHAFL, JR PRIVATE, FROM SEPT. 27 TO NOV. 16 .... 1,195.84 

KERRIGAN, FRANK ANDREW SE"GFANT, 7,564.76 

KIFFR, JOHN WILLIAM PRIVATE, 5,132.32 

KIFER, KENNETH L, JR PRIVATE, 5,155.17 

KIMMEL, CHARLFS B, SR PRIVATE, 5,786.10 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS - CONTINUED 

KINDSVATTER, CHARLES PRIVATEt TO OCT. 31 AND 

TECHNICIAN-SPECIALIST, FROM NOV. I ... $6,549.00 

KIRKLANO, JOHN H PRIVATE, 5,516.50 

KITCHEN, DENNIS WAYNE PRIVATE, 5,644.56 

KITCHEN, SHIRLEY DAVID PRIVATE, FROM NOV. 29 765.33 

KNAPP, RONALD S PRIVATE, 4,839.06 

KOST, GEORGE W, JR PRIVATE, 5,536.72 

KRENN, AOOLPH A PRIVATE, 6,773.46 

KRUK, ANDREW PRIVATE, 5,644.56 

LABPUSCIANO, FRANK F, JR PRIVATE, 5,105.49 

LANE, CARL JIM PRIVATE, FROM NOV. 8 1,267.58 

LANGFORD, PAUL F PRIVATE, 5,644.56 

LANOSTON, EDWARD R, SR PRIVATE, 5,556.94 

LARSON, RONALD K PRIVATE, FROM OCT. 25 1,578.50 

LAUZIERE, JAMES EARL PRIVATE, 5,384.94 

LAWLER, JOHN F PRIVATE, 5,136.54 

LENAR, WALTER A, SR PRIVATE, 4,603.08 

LESCHNER, GARY RAYMOND PRIVATE, 5,304.81 

LINDSAY, ELWOOD W PRIVATE, 5,664.78 

LINGENFELTER, JAMES F PRIVATE, 5,408.66 

LITTLE, JOSEPH R PRIVATE, FROM DEC. 1 717.50 

LIVENGOOD, JASON E PRIVATE, FROM JULY 1 4,503.72 

LOCHRIDGE, WILLIAM F PRIVATE, 5,449.10 

LOCKHART, LARRY G PRIVATE, 5,509.76 

LONG, GEORGE F, II PRIVATE, FROM NOV. 29 765.33 

LONG, PAUL DEAN PRIVATE, TO NOV. 30 AND TECHN IC I AN-K9, 

FROM DEC. 1 5,530.82 

LODMIS, EARL F, JR PLA INCLOTHESMAN , TO JULY 15 AND 

SERGEANT, FROM JULY 16 6,637.54 

LOPEZ, EDWARD F PRIVATE, 5,298.00 

LOUVIERE, JOSEPH PRIVATE, 5,698.48 

LOVINGOOD, HAROLD H PRIVATE, 5,604.12 

LOWMAN, DONALD PRIVATE, FROM NOV. 29 765.33 

LUND, PAUL L SERGEANT, 7,826.99 

LYNCH, JOSEPH ALAN PRIVATE, 5,752.40 

MACFARLANE, GEORGE D SGT, 7,504.16 

MALLON, CHARLES A TELLER, 7,876.02 

MANGAN, JOSEPH PATRICK PRIVATE, 5,644.56 

MANUEL. ROY M PRIVATE, 5,676.36 

MARSHALL, ROBERT L PRIVATE, 5,503.02 

MARTIN, CLAPENCE J PRIVATE, 4,975.68 

MARTIN, JAMES T PRIVATE, 6,109.62 

MARTIN, ROBERT PRIVATE, 5,516.50 

MATTALIANO, PETER F PRIVATE, TO JULY 15 AND SERGEANT, FROM 

JULY 16 6,709.73 

MAYERS, CSCAR S, SR PRIVATE, 5,604.12 

MAYNUR, JAMES B PRIVATE, 4,690.02 

MCCARTHY, JOHN R PRIVATE, 5,331.98 

MCCOY, PHILLIP L PRIVATE, 5,374.96 

MCCRFE, GEORGE, JR PRIVATE, FROM OCT. 11 1,913.33 

MCCULLOCH, FRANK H PRIVATE 335.34 

MCDONALD, WIL3ERT CAPTAIN, 11,050.88 

MCFALLS, WILLIAM J PRIVATE, 5,341.26 

MCGILL, PAUL R PRIVATE, 5,469.32 

MCGRAW, CARL L PRIVATE, 4,652.76 

MCGUINN, CARROLL DAVIS PRIVATE, TO JULY 8 675.71 

MCKENZIE, RONALD RAY PRIVATE, 283.08 

MCMANIOUS, WILLIAM R PRIVATE, TO SEPT. 30 2,606.60 

MCNAIR, SAMUEL PRIVATE, 5,565.67 

MCNELIS, JAMES B PRIVATE, FROM DEC. 1 717.50 

MCQUAY, EDWIN PRIVATE, 5,149.56 

MELLER, GORDON K PRIVATE, 5,233.42 

MERZ, CARL J PRIVATE, FROM SEPT. 27 2,248.17 

MESTRE, WALTER A PRIVATE, FROM OCT. 25 1,578.50 

MICER, RICHARD W PRIVATE, TO JULY 31 AND TECHNICIAN, 

FROM AUG. I 5,979.02 

MILLER, DAVID V PRIVATE, 4,969.47 

MILLER, KENNETH B, SR PRIVATE, FROM JULY 2 4,479.80 

MILLS, CHARLES J PRIVATE, 5,558.93 

MINNICK, STANLEY E PRIVATE, 5,428.88 

MINNIX, J SGT 8,796.09 

MOE, DAVID LOREN PRIVATF, TO NOV. 28 4,544.03 

MOHLER, CLAUCUS CLAY PL AI NCLOTHESMAN , 5,231.65 

MONTGOMERY, EDGAR H PRIVATE, 5,012.94 

MOORE, BENJAMIN J, JR PRIVATE, 4,652.76 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS - CONTINUED 



MOORE, 


SHIRRELL 


GENE 


MOORE, 


THOMAS P 




MORELL I 


, JOHN J 




MORRIS, 


LINOER, 


JR 


MORRISON, EVERT 


E 


MORRISON, MICHAEL P 



MOSS, DICKIE LEE 
MUCKER, FLOYD K 
MULCAHY, JAMES P 
MULLER, MATHIAS B 
MULVEY, THOMAS J 

MURPHY, JOHN F 
MURRAY, GERALD E 
MUTTER, GERALD WAYNE 

MYERS, FREDERICK J 
NASHWINTER, HOWARD L 
NEELY, ERNEST W 
NEVITT, RICHARO E 



NICHOLAS 

NIXON, J 

NOE, THE 

NOLAN, P 

NOWDEN, 

OATIS, L 

OCONNUR, 

OCCNNOR, 

OKEEFE, 

ONOFRIO, 

ORTIZ, M 

OSBORN, 

OTT, PHI 

PARKER, 

PARKER, 



FRANCIS 

AMES EDGAR 

ODORE J 

ATRICK JOSEPH 

CLARENCE W 

OUIS A 
JOHN P, SR 
MICHAEL F 

JOStPH E, JR 
THOMAS 

ARSHALL S 

WILLIAM W 

LIP M 

HORACE LEE, 

MELVIN F 



JR 



PARKS, CHARLES R 

PARKS, KENNETH DARREL 
PASHKOVSKY, STEPHAN 
PATR ICK, JERRY D 
PATTERSON, RONALD 
PAYNE, WILMER ORION 

PEACOCK, RAYMOND B 
REPLA, RONALD J 
PINNIX, JAMES P 
PIPER, DANIEL R 
POND, HOWARD F 
POSTON, DONALD J 
POWELL, ALBERT D 
POWELL, JOSEPH L 
PRICE, HERBERT C 
PRITTS, FREDERICK F 
PROCTUP, FREDERICK 
PULLEN, MAX B 
PURDY, DONALD C 
PURDY, WILLIAM C 
QUINNEY, ROBERT 
RAIDEN, ELWYN G 
RAINES, CHAPLCS H 

REDDICK, GEORGE D 
REED, STEPHANIE W 
REITH, GRAHAM F 
RENEHAN, JOHN RUSSELL 
REUSS, ROBERT R 
REYNOLDS, KENNETH S 
RHODEN, GERRY FRED 



RHUBOTTOM, THOMAS A 
RICCI, DOMINIC PAUL 



PRIVATE, FROM AUG. 30 

PRIVATE, FROM JULY 2 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PR I VATE , 

SGT, TO JULY 15 AND LIEUTENANT, FROM 

JULY 16 

PRIVATE, FROM JULY 1 

PRIVATE, FROM SEPT. 27 

PRIVATE, FROM NOV. 29 

PRIVATE, FROM JULY 1 

PRIVATE, TO JULY 15 AND SERGEANT, FROM 

JULY 16 

PRIVATE, FROM SEPT. 13 

PRIVATE, FROM OCT. 25 

PRIVATE, TO NOV. 30 AND TECHNIC I AN-K9, 

FROM DEC. 1 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

SERGEANT, TO JULY 15 AND LIEUTENANT, 

FROM JULY 16 

SERGEANT, 

PRIVATE, FROM AUG. 30 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

SERGEANT, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, TO SEPT. 18 

PRIVATE, FROM NOV. 8 

LT, TO AUG. 31 

PRIVATE #28, FROM JULY 15 

PRIVATE, FROM AUG. 30 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, TO SEPT. 30 AND TECHNICIAN 

(SPEC), FROM OCT. 1 

SGT, TO JULY 1.5 AND LIEUTENANT, FROM 

JULY 16 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, FROM OCT. 25 

PRIVATE, TO JULY 31 AND TECHNICIAN, 

FROM AUG. 1 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, FROM AUG. 16 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

LT, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, FROM NOV. 1 

SGT, 

BANK MANAGER, 

PRIVATE, TO JULY 31 AND TECHNICIAN 

FROM AUG. 1 

PRIVATE, FROM AUG. 30 

CLERK-BANK, TO SEPT. 20 

PRIVATE, FROM AUG. 16 

SGT, 

SPECIAL OFFICER, 

PRIVATE, FROM NOV. 8 

PRIVATE, TO JULY 31 AND TECHNICIAN, 
FROM AUG. 1 TO NOV. 30 AND 

TECHNICI AN-K9, FROM DEC. 1 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE 



12,893.92 
4,479.80 
5,240.16 
5,658.04 
5,666.77 

8,857.27 
4,503.72 
2,248.17 
765.33 
4,528.56 

7,216.80 
2,583.00 
1,578.50 

5,591.48 
5,469.32 
5,635.28 
5,579.15 

8,777.68 
7,717.04 
2,893.92 
5,610.86 
4,658.97 
7,452.67 
5,462.58 
4,652.76 
2,411.98 
1,267.58 
2,959.56 
4,081.95 
2,893.92 
5,503.02 
5,631.08 

5,727.96 

8,923. 14 
5,442.36 
5,236.50 
5,204.85 
1,578.50 

5,770.08 
5,287.34 
3,228.75 
5,503.02 
5,807.40 
5,536.72 
5,685.00 
5,118.51 
5,260.38 
8,844.15 
490.59 
5,343.25 
18.63 
5,368.22 
1,435.00 
6,888.00 
15,547.02 

5,898.14 
2,893.92 
2,108.21 
3,228.75 
7,563.51 
9,254.03 
1,267.58 



6,039.68 
5,255.13 
5,415.40 



143 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS - CONTINUED 



RICHARDSON, EDDIE 
RILEY, CALVIN H 
RINALDI, JOHN, JR 

ROBINSON, THOMAS 
RODGERS, ANTHONY 
ROGERS, JOSEPH E 
ROLLISON, OTIS LUTHER 
ROUP, HAROLD LESTER 
RUCCHIO, EUGENE J 
RUFFATTO, JOHN B 
RUSSELL, DONALD F 
RUTHERFORD, RAYMOND W 
SAGE, GEORGE B 
SALINAS, RAUL G 
SALYER, GEORGE R, JR 
SANDERFER, BENJAMIN A 
SAUNDERS, MICHAEL J 
SCALZO, RALPH R 
SCHAAP, JOSEPH R 

SELPH, ANDREW J 
SETTLE, CHARLES F 
SHACKLETTE, HOMER A 
SHAPIRO, JAMES A 
SHEA, JOHN B 
SHEEHY, ELIZABETH 
SHELTON, HUGH F 
SHOEMAKER, MELVIN R 
SHUGARS, JOHN HENRY 

SIMON, EDWARD J 
SINGLETON, JOHN B 
SINGLETON, PAUL B 
SLEZAK, THOMAS J 
SMITH, GARY R 
SMITH, JAMES DARRELL 
SMITH, LEE A 
SMITH, LIDOELL 
SPOCK, WILLIAM HENRY 
STANKOWSKI, CHESTER S 
STARKEY, JACK W 
STARR, LARRY P 
STCLAIR, GEORGE W 
STEELE, MARVIN E 
STEVENS, RUSSELL EDWIN 

STEVENS, WILLIAM E, JR 
STROMSKI, JOHN P 
STRONGIN, HERBERT 
STUCK, ROBERT L 
SUTHERLAND, VICTOR P 
SWANN, JOHN B 
SWANSON, LENNART P 
TARRANCE, JACK R 
TATE, NORMAN A, JR 
TAYLOR, LEROY GARFIELD 
TERI, ULDERIGO GINO 

TERIO, CHARLES J, III 
TESTER, JACK G 
THOLEN, TED GERHARD 
THOMAS, JAMES 
THOMPSON, ARTHUR JOHN 
THOMPSON, MICHAEL J 
TIOWELL, LESTER L 

TILLER, JEARLINE 
TOMASKO, EDWARD A 
TOMLIN, KENNETH ALDEN 
TOVEN, ALBERT P 
TREW, WILLIAM L, JR 
TPOLLINGER, JAMES T 
TURNER, ROBERT C 
TWOMBLY, DONALD P 



PRIVATE $5,633.07 

PRIVATE, 4,652.76 

PRIVATE, TO JULY 15 AND SERGEANT, FROM 

JULY 16 6,939.12 

PRIVATE, 4,801.80 

PRIVATE, TO NOV. 15 4,110.57 

PRIVATE, 5,651.30 

PRIVATE, 5,577.16 

PRIVATE, 5,725.44 

LT, 8,680.32 

SGT, 7,704.66 

PRIVATE, 5,792.84 

PRIVATE, 5,653.29 

PRIVATE, FROM JULY 2 4,479.80 

PRIVATE, 5,031.57 

PRIVATE, 5,974.84 

PLAINCLOTHESMAN, 5,128.20 

PRIVATE, 5,230.29 

SGT, 8,701.86 

SGT, TO OCT. 31 AND LIEUTENANT, FROM 

NOV. 1 8,058.20 

PRIVATE 5,570.42 

PRIVATE, FROM AUG. 30 2,893.92 

PRIVATE, 5,523.24 

PRIVATE, 5,415.40 

PRIVATE, 5,025.36 

SECRETARY, 5,736.00 

PRIVATE, 5,408.66 

PRIVATE, 4,801.80 

PRIVATE, TO JULY 31 AND TECHNICIAN, 

FROM AUG. 1 5,655.50 

PRIVATE, 5,633.07 

PRIVATE 5,577.16 

PRIVATE, 5,599.37 

PRIVATE, 5,192.43 

PRIVATE, 5,280.60 

PRIVATE, 5,166.02 

PRIVATE, 5,374.96 

PRIVATE, FROM AUG. 16 3,228.75 

PRIVATE, 5,644.56 

PRIVATE, 5,583.90 

PRIVATE, 5,476.06 

PRIVATE, TO NOV. 30 5,007.10 

PRIVATE, FROM AUG. 30 2,893.92 

PRIVATE, 5,462.58 

PRIVATE, TO JULY 31 AND TECHNICIAN, 

FROM AUG. 1 5,722.90 

PRIVATE, 5,374.96 

PRIVATE, FROM NOV. 8 1,267.58 

SGT, 7,249.88 

PRIVATE, 5,408.66 

PRIVATE, TO NOV. 23 4,474.85 

PRIVATE, 5,579.15 

PRIVATE, FROM JULY 15 4,069.53 

PRIVATE, 5,310.42 

PRIVATE 5,291.79 

PRIVATE, 5,155.17 

PRIVATE, TO JULY 15 AND SERGEANT, FROM 

JULY 16 7,027.27 

PRIVATE 5,449.10 

PRIVATE, 5,529.98 

PRIVATE, 5,130.33 

PRIVATE, 4,652.76 

PRIVATE, 5,354.74 

PRIVATE, 5,597.38 

PRIVATE, TO JULY 15 AND SERGEANT, FROM 

JULY 16 7,148.76 

PRIVATE, 4,652.76 

PRIVATE 4,652.76 

PRIVATE, FROM DEC. 1 717.50 

PRIVATE, FROM NOV. 8 1,267.58 

PRIVATE, 5,865.64 

CAPTAIN, 11,192.78 

PRIVATE, 4,975.68 

PRIVATE, 5,334.52 



144 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS - CONTINUED 



TWOMBL 

UMLOR, 

VANDUS 

VANFLE 

VETH, 

VEVERS 

VOIGT, 

WALCKE 

WALLAC 

WALTER 

WARNER 



Yi WARREN EUGENE 

ELWIN LEON 
ER, OULAN W 
ET, VIRGIL LEON 
THEOOORE PHELPS 
, FRANK H 

ROLAND FRANCIS 
R, RODGER T 
E, LITTLETON, JR 
S, CHARLES A, JR 
, FRANCIS D 



WATERS, WILLIAM E 
WEAVER, JOHN 
WELCH, FRANCIS W, III 
WELCH, RALPH R 
WELCH, WILLIAM P 
WELLS, HERBERT J 

WESTNER, WILLIAM J 
WHEELER, W CRAIG 
WHITE, ETSON D 
WHITT, JAMES 
WHITTINGTON, JOSEPH L 
WIDO, PETER JOSEPH 
WIEBKE, RAYMOND FRED 
WIE80L0, RALPH H D 
WILLOUGHBY, CHARLES M 
WILSON, H ELDRED 
WILSON, LLOYD E 
WOMFRSLEY, JOHN T 
WOODEN, DEAN BRUCE 



WYCOFF, CARROLL 0, JR 
YOHN, MICHAFL GENE 
YORKMAN, CLIFTON E 
YOUNG, ROBERT W 
YOUNGER, HAROLD C 
ZIEMBA, FRANK M, JR 



PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, FROM AUG. 16 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, FROM JULY 15 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, FROM JULY 16 

PRIVATE, FROM NOV. 8 

PRIVATE, FROM NOV. 29 

PRIVATE, FROM JULY 16 

PRIVATE, TO DEC. 13 

PRIVATE, TO JULY 15 AND SERGEANT, FROM 

JULY 16 

SGT, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, TO JULY 31 AND TECHNICIAN, 

FROM AUG. 1 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

DEPUTY SGT AT ARMS-CHG OF MACE, 

PR I VATE , 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, FROM SEPT. 27 

PRIVATE, FROM OCT. 25 

PRIVATE, FROM AUG. 30 

ASSISTANT CASHIER, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, TO JULY 31 AND TECHNICIAN, 
FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND SERGEANT, 

FROM NOV. 1 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, TO JULY 31 

PRIVATE, 

LIEUTENANT, 

PRIVATE, 

PRIVATE, 



$5,273.16 
3,228.75 
5,310.42 
A, 069. 53 
5,248.92 
4,045.61 
1,267.58 
765.33 
4,045.61 
4,624.99 

7,035.58 
7,550.24 
5,199.24 
5,509.76 
5,503.02 
5,211.06 

5,850.96 
5,287.34 
5,081.25 
5,589.48 
4,646.55 
5,422.14 
5,361.48 
2,248.17 
1,578.50 
2,893.92 
10,699.02 
5,914.16 
5,891.40 



6,024.50 
5,093.07 
2,025.90 
5,617.60 
9,343.80 
4,677.60 
5,577.16 



OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER 
AKERS, WINNIE B 



AKERS, WINNIE B 
ALLEN, JOHN MERLE 
ALVEY, CHARLES WAYNE 
ANDERSON, DONNALO K 
ARBOGAST, TIMOTHY T 
ARMSTRONG, SAMUEL T 
ARR1AGA, JOHN EDWIN 
ATTMAN, GARY LEE 

AUNE, DAVID PAYTON 
BADALSON, FRANK 
BAINE, CHARLES N 
8ALES, STEPHEN A 
BANKS, THURMAN J 
BARBER, MAX M 
BARBERO, ANTONINO 
BAROSLEY, LANCE WILLIAM 
BARNES, FRANK ALVERON 
BARNETT, KENNETH R 
BARRIERE, BRENT B 
BASARAN, AYSEN 
BASINGER, MILDRED R 
BASS, GEORGE MARTIN 

BASS, JAMES MELVIN 
BASS, PAUL JOSEPH 
BEATLEY, PAUL KEVIN 
BEAUMONT, STEPHEN C 



COUNTER, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 12 
TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 26 TO OCT. 

31 AND FROM NOV. 6 TO OCT. 30 2,393.00 

COUNTER, FROM DEC. 2 651.70 

BARBER LONGWORTH, 3,994.50 

ASST CHIEF-MACHINE UNIT, 4,872.48 

ASST MAJ CHIEF-FLR TEL SER, 7,707.00 

GALLERY CHECKROOM ATTENDANT, 4,596.00 

INSERTER, FROM SEPT. 15 1,992.52 

PAGE, TO AUG. 31 1,127.84 

PAGE, TO JULY 7 AND DOCUMENT ARI AN 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 8 2,284.27 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 8 TO SEPT. 30 432.34 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 8 2,124.10 

DOORMAN-FLOOR, 4,703.67 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 8 TO OCT. 31 996.26 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 8 TO SEPT. 30 432.34 

ASSISTANT, 8,044.98 

JANITOR, FROM SEPT. 7 2,022.55 

COUNTER ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 25 . 595.00 

MESSENGER, 3,604.02 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 8 2,124.10 

PAGE, TO AUG. 24 1,015.06 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 3,898.02 

SECRETARY 6,766.02 

MACHINE OPERATOR, FROM JULY 2 TO AUG. 

31 AND FROM SEPT. 3 TO SEPT. 10 1,450.94 

DOORMAN, 3,898.02 

PAGE, TO AUG. 31 1,127.84 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 13 2,030.11 

PAGE, FROM NOV. 1 1,127.84 



145 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER - CONTINUED 



8EB0UT, DENNY LEE 
BFCHTEL, FRANK A 
BELIN, JOHN 
BELL, GOLDA S 
BENNETT, GERALD EDWIN 
8ERGIN, ROBERT J 
BERRY, SCOTT KARL 
flIANCHI, DAVID WINTHROP 
8ISSELL, MOLLIF BRYDEN 
3JELL0S, ELI S 
BLEDSOE, CAROLYN ANN 
BLEDSOE, GRACE POE 
9LOYER, JUHN HOLL I S 
BLYTHE, LARRY 
BOATWRIGHT, BRUCE C 

SOLOING, FRANCES CLARA 
BOLYARD, DAVID R 
BOLYARD, DAVID R 
BOMBYK, RICHARD J 

90NFIGLIO, JOSEPH F, JR 
BOUTTE, JOHN D, JP 
BRADDY, JOHN H 
BRADSHER, J DONALD, JP 
BRAMLITT, STEPHEN A 
BREWSTER, PATRICK G 
9RIDGEWATER, JOHN R, II 
BROOKFR, GEORGE P 
8ROOKER, WILLIAM H 
BROOKS, BERNARD EUGENE 
BROOKS, CLIFFORD C, JR 
BROUKS, LEWIS C E 
BROWN, FRANCES K 
BROWN, MALCOLM S 
BROWN, MILDRED 
BROWN, ROBERT L 
BROWN, THOMAS L 
BROWNE, JAMES E 
8RYSON, ALBERT D 
BUDO, JOSEPH 
BUOO, MARIE 
3URNESS, ROBERT A 

9URNSIDE, CONRAD S 

CALLIS, LEON T 
CANNON, THOMAS M 
CANTRELL, FORREST C, JR 
CAREY, DELLA T 
CAREY, LAWRENCE H 
CARTER, JAMFS LEE 
CARTER, LILLIE INEZ 
CARTER, LUCILLE KETCHUM 
CASTILLO, MAYBELLE 
CHAFFIN, WILLIAM R 
CHAPA, EUGENE A, JR 
CHAPTAK, LOUISE M 
CrilPOURAS, TOULA 
CHKISTAKOS, ANNA 
CIPRIUTTI, CHARLES 
CLARK, JAMES T 
CLARK, MELBA MARIE 
CLEMrfER, PUETT JENNINGS 
CLOSE, J JEFFREY 
COCHRAN, STEPHEN 



COCHRAN, STFPHFN 

COFIELD, RUSSFLL 
COLEMAN, ROBERT C 
CONYERS, DRAYNE 
CORVIN, TOMOE NAKAMURA 



COUNTER ASSISTANT, $4,284.00 

ASSISTANT CHIEF, 10,156.50 

LABORER 3,325.02 

MACHINE ASST, 3,963.36 

MECHANIC, TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 2 . 4,519.75 

SPEAKERS PAGE, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,342.34 

PAGE-TELEPHONE, FROM SEPT. 8 2,124.10 

PAGE, TO AUG. 31 1,127.84 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 4,060.56 

CHIEF, 12,786.00 

COUNTER, FROM NOV. 22 733.10 

CLERK, TO JULY 13 316.04 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 3,898.02 

PAGE, FROM DEC. 1 563.92 

GENERAL CLERK, TO NOV. 30 AND COUNTER 

ASSISTANT, FROM DEC. 1 3,962.35 

MESSENGER, 3,401.77 

BARBFR, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 613.92 

BARBER, FROM AUG. 1 3,069.60 

PAGE-TELEPHONE, FROM SEPT. 17 TO NOV. 

14 1,090.24 

PAGE, TO AUG. 31 1,127.84 

PAGE (FLOOR), FROM JULY 1 3,383.52 

PAGE-BENCH, TO JULY 31 563.92 

PAGE-BENCH, TO JULY 31 563.92 

PAGE, FROM NOV. I TO NOV. 30 563.92 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 8 2,124.10 

PAGE, FROM DEC. 1 563.92 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 3,456.48 

BALING MACHINE OPERATOR, 3,850.98 

JANITOR, FROM JULY 3 3,288.07 

LABORER, 3,456.48 

LABORER, 3,456.48 

MESSENGER, 3,604.02 

BARBER CAPITOL, 3,994.50 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, 3,714.00 

LABORER, FROM OCT. 8 1,472.56 

LABORER, FROM SEPT. 1 2,129.00 

LABORER, TO AUG. 31 1,152.16 

CHIEF-GALLERY DOORMAN, 6,766.02 

LABORER, 3,456.48 

INSERTER, 4,045.02 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, TO NOV. 30 AND FROM 

DEC. 4 3,560.45 

INSERTER, FROM JULY 2 TO JULY 31 AND 

FROM AUG. 2 TO SEPT. 7 1,221.82 

ASST CUSTODIAN, 3,850.98 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 8 TO OCT. 31 996.26 

PAGE, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 563.92 

MANICURIST LCNGWORTH, 3,456.48 

CHIEF BARBER LONGWORTH, 4,222.02 

DOURMAN FLOOR, 4,541.52 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 4,027.02 

ATTENDANT, 3,493.02 

COUNTER, 3,604.02 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 8 TO OCT. 31 996.26 

PAGE, TO AUG. 31 1,127.84 

LEDGER CLERK, 4,284.00 

COUNTER, 3,963.36 

ATTENDANT LADIES ROOM, 3,714.00 

DOORMAN-GALLERY, 4,541.52 

DOORMAN-GALLERY, 4,155.48 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 4,262.58 

DOORMAN, 3,898.02 

COUNTER ASST, FROM JULY 6 TO OCT. 23 . 2,570.40 
WRAPPER, FROM JULY 2 TO JULY 31 AND 
FROM AUG. 2 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 
2 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 3 TO SEPT. 

31 2,161.68 

WRAPPER, FROM NOV. 3 TO NOV. 30 ANO 

FROM DEC. 2 1,071.44 

LABORER, 3,456.48 

TELEPHONF ASSISTANT (MINI, 5,295.48 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 5,056.02 

MESSENGER, 3,412.11 



146 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER - CONTINUFD 



CRAWFORD, JAMES A 
CRAWFORD, VINCENT P 
CRIPPEN, WILLIAM T 
CRONIN, GEOFFREY D 
CROSS, CARL E 
CUBERO, AUREA ESTHER 
CUBERO, FRANK 
DADE, ROGER L 
DAVIDSON, GREGORY R 



DA VI S, 

D4VIS, 

OAVIS, 

OAY, C 

DERR IC 

DEVANE 

DEVL IN 

DINGEL 

DIPAUL 

OIPOMP 

DORSEY 

DOWNS, 

DUNN, 

EALEY, 

EARL, 

EARLE, 

EDMOND 



ESTES 0, JR 

JAMES FREDERIC 

TEVIS LEE 
LARENCE T 
K, THOMAS SCOTT 
, RAPHAEL 

LAWRENCE M 
L, JUHN DAVID, I 
A, SALVATORE J 
0, JOSEPH 
, REGINA 

PHILLIP 
KENT WILLIAM 

BEN, JR 
WALTER STANLEY 

GARY BRYAN 
S, HARLAN H 



ENRIGHT, JAMES M 
EUBANK, KENNETH E 
EVANS, TOM HUGH 
EZELL, MATTIE MARIE 
FARRELL, CATHERINE ANN 
FEATHERSTONE, ROBERT G 
FELIX, FRED PURVIS 
FINE, RICHARD S 
FLEETON, CHARLES P 
FLEMING, THOMAS E, JR 
FLOYD, THERESA E 
FORD, CALVIN 
FORD, CARL D, JR 



FOX, THOMAS WARREN 
FRAZIER, CHARLES E 
FREEMAN, PATRICIA E 
GALLEGOS, JERRY LYNN 
GARCIA, GARY RICHARD 
GEARY, JOHN EDWARD 

GELLER, DONALD E 

GILLESPIE, THOMAS, JR 
GILMAN, RICHARD HAYES 
GLICK, JONATHAN A 
GOWEN, DORIS L 
GRADESS, JEROME ROBERT 
GRAHAM, RUSSELL D 
GRANARA, J RALPH 
GREENE, ROBERT R 
GRIFFIN, PAUL WILLIAM 
GUIFFRE, ROBERT E 

HAARDT, JAMES E 



HAILEY, LESTER P, III 
HALE, DENNIS DANE 
HALL, MANASSES 



LAbOPER, 

LABORER, 

MESSENGER COUNTER CLERK 

COUNTER ASST, FROM JULY 26 TO AUG. 14 

LABORER CUSTODIAL FORCE, 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

SUPERVISOR PAGES CLOAKROOM, 

CHIEF PACKAGE UNIT, 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, FROM SEPT. 1 TO 
SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 10 TO OCT. 31 

AND FROM NOV. 15 

PAGE-TELFPHONE, FROM SEPT. 8 

PAGE, FROM JULY 1 

MESSENGER, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 9 

CHIEF 

DOORMAN, 

STOCK CLERK, 

MESSENGER, FROM JULY 2 TO AUG. 31 .... 

PAGE-TELEPHONE, TO SEPT. 16 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 

BARBER CANNON, 

COUNTER, TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 2 .. 

PAGE, TO AUG. 31 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 8 TO NOV. 30 

LABORER, 

DOORMAN, 

PAGE, TO AUG. 31 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, TO JULY 5 AND 
GENERAL CLERK, FROM JULY 8 TO JULY 31 
AND FROM AUG. 8 TO NOV. 30 AND 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, FROM DEC. I 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, FROM DEC. 6 

PAGE, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

PAGE, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, TO JULY 31 

INSERTER, TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC. 2 . 

CHIEF BARBER RAYBURN, 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 

PAGE, FROM NOV. 1 

LABORER, FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 4 

DOORMAN (GALLERY), FROM JULY 1 

MACHINE ASSISTANT 

LABORER, 

GENERAL CLERK, TO JULY 7 AND FROM AUG. 
1 TO NOV. 30 AND COUNTER ASSISTANT, 

FROM DEC. 1 

BARBER LONGWORTH, 

DOORMAN-GALLERY, 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

FOURTH ASST SUPERINTENDENT, 

PAGE-TELEPHONE, FROM NOV. 15 

MFSSENGFR, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 3 

TO NOV. 3 

MESSENGER, FROM SEPT. 22 TO OCT. 31 

AND FRUM NOV. 9 

ASST STOCK CLERK, 

PAGE-BENCH, TO JULY 31 

PAGE-BENCH, TO JULY 31 

SECRETARY, 

DOORMAN-FLOOR, 

PAGF, TO AUG. 31 

DOORMAN-FLOOR, 

LABORER, 

DOORMAN, 

JANITOR, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 AND 

MACHINE OPERATOR, FROM OCT. 1 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, FROM AUG. 2 TO OCT. 
31 AND FROM NOV. 3 TO NOV. 30 AND FROM 

DEC. 3 

PAGE, FROM NOV. 1 

PAGE, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

LABORER, 



43,456.48 
3,456.48 
3,742.98 
452.20 
3,456.48 
4,284.00 
5,250.00 
4,721.98 



1,882.35 
2,124.10 
3,383.52 
3,251.39 
9,805.98 
3,898.02 
4,593.15 
1,109.04 
1,428.60 
4,317.56 
3,994.50 
3,612.72 
1,127.84 
1,560.18 
3,456.48 
4,027.02 
1,127.84 



3,778.17 

595.00 

563.92 

563.92 

600.67 

3,693.37 

4,222.02 

4,317.56 

1,127.84 

1,135.47 

3,898.02 

3,632.74 

3,456.48 



3,464.27 
3,994.50 
4,155.48 
3,898.02 
5,705.94 
864.68 

2,274.47 

1,710.56 
3,898.02 
563.92 
563.92 
5,236.65 
4,284.00 
1,127.84 
4,669.98 
3,456.48 
3,898.02 

3,676.02 



2,725.60 

1,127.84 

563.92 

3,456.48 



147 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER 

HAMMILL, JAMES FRANCIS 

HAMPSHIRE. ALEXANDER 

HANSBOROUGH, MORRISON 
HARE, CATHERINE K 
HARRIS, LOGAN, JR 
HARRISON, ANNA 
HARTMAN, GREGORY L 
HATCHETT, ROBERT E 
HAWKINS, JAMES R 

HAYES, CHARLES 
HAYNESWORTH, PEGGY L 



HAZLERIG, JI 
HENNESSEE, D 
HENSON, JAME 
HERRINGTON, 
HICKS, LUKE 
HILL, BESSIE 
HILL, RONNIE 
HIMMELFARB, 
HOAG, CHARLE 
HOCKENBERRY, 
HOHNADEL, HA 
HOL8ERT, HEL 
HOLDER, TIMO 
HOLLOWELL, F 
HURNEY, GRAC 
HOWARD, JAMF 
HOWARD, KEVI 
HUBBARD, WIL 



MMY R 
AVID A 

s w 

JOHN MARK 
H 

B 

DEVAN 
EDWARD 
S L 

DANIEL V 
ROLD 
EN RUTH 
THY SCOTT 
RANK LEE 
E I 
S, JR 
N ALAN 
LIAM K 



HUMMEL, NEIL D 
HUNDLEY, JEANNE C 
ILLSLEY, THAYER V 
INMAN, FRANK EDWIN 
JACKSON, JAMES E 

JACKSON, JAMES R 
JACKSON, JOHN EDWARD 
JENKINS, MORRIS JOE 
JENKINS, RICHARD E, JR 
JERNIGAN, WARPEN H 
JEWELL, WILL H 
JOHNSON, CARLOS R 
JOHNSON, DOROTHY L 
JOHNSON, ROBERT H 
JONES, KENNFTH LENDON 
JONES, MARTHA JANE 
KAYE, JOSEPH ANTHONY 



KAYE, JOSEPH ANTHONY 



KEAHE 
KENDA 
KENOR 
KILLI 
KINKE 
KIRKL 
KIRKL 
KIRKL 
KIRKL 
KLABZ 
KNOBL 
KNOTT 
KOCH, 
KORGE 
KU8AT 



Y, THOMAS M 
LL, PAUL WILLIAM 
ICK, JAMES M, JR 
ON, WILLIAM F 
AD, DANIEL G 
AND, DOROTHY M 
FRANKLIN E 
HARPY M 
TIMOTHY 
RICHARD W 
ERNESTINE 
JR 



AND, 

AND, 

AND, 

UBA, 

AUGH, 

, JAMES H, 

CHARLES 
, CHRISTOPHER G 
, J MICHAEL 



KUSER, EUGENE J 
LAMB, WILLIAM BONNER 



CONTINUED 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 4 TO JULY 

31 AND FROM AUG. 3 TO AUG. 20 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 3 TO JULY 

31 

BARBER CAPITOL, 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, FROM NOV. 15 

DOORMAN, FROM JULY 1 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

PAGE OVERSEER, 

LABORER, 

TRUCK DRIVER, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM 

SEPT. 12 TO SEPT. 30 

LABORER, 

MESSENGER, FROM JULY I TO NOV. 30 AND 

FROM DEC. 2 

PAGE, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

DOORMAN, TO NOV. 30 

JANITOR, TO AUG. 31 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 8 TO OCT. 31 

STAFF ASSISTANT-IMM. OFF. OKPR, 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

PAGE, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

MESSENGER, FROM JULY 2 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, FROM DEC. 1 

ASST SUPERINTENDENT, 

INSERTER, 

PAGE, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

PAGE, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

DOORKEEPER (GALLERY), FROM JULY 1 .... 

PAGE-BENCH, TO JULY 31 

WRAPPER, FROM AUG. 3 TO AUG. 31 AND 

FROM SEPT. 4 TO SEPT. 17 

DOORMAN, FROM DEC. 1 

ASSISTANT CHIEF, 

FIRST ASST SUPERINTENDENT, 

PAGE-BENCH, TO JULY 31 

INSERTER, FROM OCT. 18 TO OCT. 31 AND 

FROM NOV. 2 

FOREMAN, 

LABORER, 

MESSENGER, FROM JULY 15 TO AUG. 20 ... 

GENERAL CLERK, 

CHIEF FLOOR DOORMAN, 

MACHINE OPERATOR, FROM JULY 1 

PAGE, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

LABORER, 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 8 TO SEPT. 30 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

MACHINE OPEPATOP, FROM JULY 4 TO JULY 
31 AND FROM AUG. 6 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM 
SEPT. 3 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 3 TO 

SEPT. 31 

MACHINE OPERATOR, FROM NOV. 3 TO NOV. 

30 AND FROM DEC. 3 

DOORMAN, 

MESSENGER, TO AUG. 31 

PAGE, TO AUG. 31 

DOORMAN, TO OCT. 25 

PAGE, TO AUG. 31 

INSERTER, 

BARBERSHOP ATTENDANT RHOB, 

BARBERSHOP ATTENDANT LHOB, 

BARBERSHOP ATTENDANT CHOB, 

DOORMAN, FROM DEC. 13 

INSERTER, 

DOORMAN-FLOOR, FROM JULY 1 

DOORMAN-FLOOR, 

PAGE, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

INSERTER, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 2 

TO AUG. 18 

CHIEF BARBER CANNON, 

PAGE, FROM JULY I TO AUG. 31 



$845.88 

560.62 
4,222.02 

864.68 
4,284.00 
4,134.07 
3,898.02 
3,456.48 

1,753.14 
3,456.48 

3,584.00 
1,127.84 
3,248.35 
1,064.50 

996.26 
6,913.02 
4,134.07 
1,127.84 
4,284.00 
3,364.72 

714.00 
5,883.00 
3,714.00 

563.92 
1,127.84 
4, 134.07 
3,898.02 

563.92 

789.48 

649.67 

6,766.02 

10, 199.34 

563.92 

1,353.40 
4,222.02 
3,456.48 

676.71 
4,265.52 
6,471.48 
3,564.00 
1, 127.84 
4,520.02 
3,456.48 

432.34 
4,284.00 



2,416.20 

1,284.97 
3,898.02 
1, 127.84 
1,127.84 
2,490.40 
1, 127.84 
3,333.52 

3, 193.50 
3,193.50 
3,193.50 

389.80 
3,49 3.02 

4, 155.48 
4,412.52 
1,127.84 

883.47 
4,222.02 
1,127.84 



148 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER - CONTINUED 



LANE, RUSSELL 
LASCH, RONALD 

LAUREL, OSCAR M, JR 

LAWSON, GLENN E 

LEVINE, ARTHUR E 
LITCHFIELD, WILLIAM G 
LITTLE, JOHN B, JR 
LIVINGSTON, HARRY M 
LLOYD, HOWARD P 
LOMENICK, ROBERT H 
LOVE, PERCY E 
MACINNIS, WILLIAM J 
MADDEN, JOHN THOMAS 
MAGRUOER, NATHANIEL E 

MAGUIRE, WILLIAM A 
MALONE, STEPHEN ERIC 
MALRY, CHARLES BILLY 
MANDEL, IRVIN 
MARSHALL, DOUGLAS W 
MARSTON, CHARLES 
MATSUNAGA, KEENE GORO 

MAXWELL, PRENTICE 
MAY, C LARRY 
MCCLAIN, ADDIE M 
MCCOWN, GEORGE W 
MCCOY, WILBERT 
MCCREADY, DAVID R 
MCCREARY, JOHN J, III 
MCDOWELL, SUNEE 
MCFAODEN, MICHAEL P 
MCGEEHAN, WILLIAM J 
MCHALE, JOHN G 

MCINTYRE, JOHN H 
MCKENZIE, CURTIS L 
MCMILLIAN, GARFIELD F 
MEEK, DAVID M 
MELLODY, CHARLES JAMES 
MELVILLE, DAVID R, JR 
MENAUGH, ROBERT M 
MERSKY, RANDY JEFF 
METCALF, ERNEST 
MICHAELSON, MANUEL 
MICHAELSON, ROBERT S 
MICHELSEN, RICHARD B 

MIDDLEBROOKS, JAMES A 

MILLER, ALBERT LOUIS 



MILLER, ALBFRT LOUIS 
MILLER, JOHN HARVEY 
MILLER, WILL IAM M 
MILLS, MICHAEL, JR 

MITCHELL, JOHN H, JR 
MOBLEY, JACK D, JR 

MOBLEY, MARY LOU 
MOLEY, DANIEL J 
MONAHAN, JOHN LEO 
MORRIS, YVONNE 
MOSS, MARY LAURA 
MOTT, VENETTA M 



MOTT, VENETTA M 



MDUTON, LAURA D 
MIJNSON, CAROLINE J 



LABORER, S3, 456. 48 

MINORITY CHIEF, 8,787.00 

PAGE-BENCH, TO JULY 31 563.92 

INSERTER, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 2 

TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 2 3,345.92 

GENERAL CLERK, TO JULY 31 649.67 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 8 2,124.10 

DOORMAN, 3,898.02 

BUDGETARY & OPER.OFF DOORKPR., 14,044.98 

MESSENGER, FROM JULY 2 3,364.72 

PAGE, FROM DEC. 1 563.92 

LABORER, 3,456.48 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 5,056.02 

PAGE, TO AUG. 31 1,127.84 

JANITOR, FROM OCT. 19 TO OCT. 31 AND 

FROM NOV. 2 1,259.66 

DOORMAN-GALLERY, . 4,798.98 

COUNTER, FROM JULY 1 TO SEPT. 26 1,616.57 

LABORER, 3,456.48 

DOORMAN, 4,027.02 

PAGE-TELEPHONE, FROM SEPT. 8 2,124.10 

2ND ASST SUPERINTENDENT, 8,042.04 

MESSENGER, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 2 

TO AUG. 31 1,109.04 

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT, 6,362.87 

ASSISTANT, 7,060.02 

CLERK-OFFICE OF THE CHIEF, FROM AUG. 2 2,800.80 

INSERTER, 3,963.36 

LABORER, 3,456.48 

INSERTER, 3,742.98 

PAGE, 3,383.52 

INSERTER, 3,412.11 

DOORMAN, 3,898.02 

CHIEF BOOK UNIT, 4,006.98 

MESSENGER, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 AND 

FROM AUG. 2 TO AUG. 31 1,109.04 

LABORER, 3,456.48 

PAGE, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,127.84 

BARBER RAYBURN, 3,994.50 

PAGE, 3,383.52 

FLOOR TELEPHONE ASSISTANT, 5,295.48 

DOORMAN, TO SEPT. 6 1,429.27 

CHIEF, 11,489.88 

PAGE, FROM NOV. 1 1,127.84 

MESSENGER, 3,714.00 

ASSISTANT, 10,206.37 

PAGE-BENCH, TO JULY 31 563.92 

MESSENGER, FROM OCT. 13 TO OCT. 31 AND 

FROM NOV. 3 1,428.59 

PAGE-TELEPHONE, FROM SEPT. 8 TO SEPT. 

30 432.34 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, TO JULY 31 AND FROM 

AUG. 2 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 2 TO 

SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 3 TO SEPT. 30 . 2,843.72 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, FROM DEC. 2 580.65 

MESSENGER, FROM SEPT. 27 TO SEPT. 30 . 75.19 

DOORKEEPER- H. OF PEP., 19,999.98 

COUNTER, FROM JULY 2 TO JULY 31 AND 

FROM AUG. 5 TO AUG. 31 1,033.85 

PAGE, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,127.84 

MACHINF OPERATOR, TO OCT. 31 AND FROM 

NOV. 2 4,038.19 

MACHINE OPR, 4,027.02 

CHIEF CUSTODIAL FORCE, 2,656.02 

LEGISLATIVE ANALYST, 14,491.98 

CHIEF-MANUEL PROCESSING UNIT, 4,721.98 

MESSENGER, FROM SEPT. 1 2,284.27 

INSERTER, FROM JULY 6 TO JULY 31 AND 
FROM AUG. 14 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 
6 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 5 TO SEPT. 

31 2,032.83 

INSERTER, FROM NOV. 6 TO NOV. 30 AND 

FROM DEC. 2 1,208.60 

MESSFNGER, 3,742.98 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 4,134.07 



149 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER - CONTINUED 



NAHIGIAN, ARCHIE H, JR 
NEBElt FRANCES L 
NEVILLE, OAVID LYLE 
NEWMAN, THOMAS P 

NOLL, DENNIS 
NOLL, JOHN M 
NORMILE, MICHAEL C 
NUZZO, JAMES L 
OAKLEY, TERRY EUGENE 
08ERMAN, IRVIN 
OMALLEY, ROBERT J 
ONEILL, SOPHIE C 
OSBORNE, JAMES GARLAND 
OSWALT, ROBERT DOW 

OUIMET, VICTOR R 
OWEN, JAMES LYLE 
PAPAZIAN, GERALD S 
PARKER, HARRY F, JR 
PARKER, MILLIE E 
PARRISH, JAMES E, JR 

PARTRIDGE, MICHAEL A 

PASTIS, GUS V 
PASTIS, MARIA K 
PAWLIK, CHARLES F 
PERRY, RANDALL 
PHILLIPS, THOMAS E, JR 
PIRTLE, BRUCE TIMOTHY 
PITTS, WILLIAM R, JR 
POORE, THOMAS PRESTON 
POPPS, DEAN G 
PORSCHE, ALVIN J 
PORTER, JAMES C, JR 
POTTS, RAYMOND D 
PRELOH, ELLEN 
PRICE, WILLIAM M 
PURCELL, JAMES D 
QUATTRONE, FRANK J 
QUATTRONE, JOSEPH P 
RA3ELO, TEREZINHA 



R4CKEY, ELEANOR JOYCE 

RAITHEL, ALBERT L, III 
RANCOURT, CPAIG J 
RANDALL, LOU 
RAPQNE, JAMES J, JR 
REGALIA, OPAL L 
REIOY, MARY 
REZ, DONALD 
R ICHARDSON, KAY C 



RICHARDSON, KAY C 
RICHARDSON, YVONNE S 



RICHARDSON, YVONNE S 
RIDGEWAY, MARIE D 
RIOILLA, JOHN T 
RIMES, BOYD T 
RIVERA, MARIO S 
ROBERTSON, ARTHUR B, 
ROBERTSON, TURNER 
ROBINSON, CONSTANCE \ 
ROBINSON, GEORGE L 
RODRIGUEZ, MITCHELL 
ROEBUCK, RAYMOND H 



PAGE, TO AUG. 31 $1,127.34 

ASST CLERK (JOB ORDERS) 4,134.07 

INSERTER, TO AUG. 13 808.28 

MESSENGER, FROM SEPT. 13 TO OCT. 31 

AND FROM NOV. 3 1,992.51 

PAGE, TO AUG. 31 1,127.84 

ASSISTANT CHIEF OF OPERATIONS, 7,002.73 

DOORMAN, FROM JULY 19 TO SEPT. 4 996.16 

PAGE-BENCH, TO JULY 31 563.92 

PAGE-TELEPHONE, TO AUG. 31 1,127.84 

ASST CHIEF DOORMAN-GALLERY-DKP, 5,163.42 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 9,544.98 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 4,134.07 

CHIEF OPERATIONS SECTION, 8,935.85 

COUNTER, FROM NOV. 11 TO NOV. 30 AND 

FROM DEC. 2 921.07 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 4,486.50 

MACHINE OPERATOR 4,027.02 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 8 2,124.10 

COUNTER ASST, 4,284.00 

MESSENGER, 3,742.98 

PAGE-TELEPHONE, TO AUG. 31 AND PAGE 

OVERSEER, FROM SEPT. 1 3,726.52 

PAGE, TO AUG. 31 ANO SPEAKERS PAGE, 

FROM SEPT. 1 3,726.52 

DOORMAN, FROM SEPT. 14 TO OCT. 14 .... 737.80 

MESSENGER, 3,963.36 

DOORMAN, 4,027.02 

PAGE, TO AUG. 31 1,127.84 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 8 TO SEPT. 30 432.34 

PAGE, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,127.84 

ASSISTANT MINORITY CHIEF, 6,861.48 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 4,284.00 

DOORMAN, 3,898.02 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 8 904.40 

WRAPPER, TO JULY 31 563.92 

PAGE OVERSEER, TO AUG. 31 1,299.34 

TELEPHONE CLERK, 5,108.50 

PAGE, TO AUG. 31 1,127.84 

PAGE, FROM DEC. 1 563.92 

ASST CHIEF MACHINE UNIT, 4,614.48 

BARBER, 3,724.11 

MACHINE ASST, FROM JULY 2 TO JULY 31 
AND FROM AUG. 2 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM 

SEPT. 2 3,327.12 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, TO NOV. 30 AND FROM 

DEC. 2 3,501.98 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 23 1,860.39 

MESSENGER, TO AUG. 31 1,127.84 

DOORMAN GALLERY, 4,669.98 

PAGE OVERSEER, 3,898.02 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 4,134.07 

RECEPTIONIST-STATUARY HALL, 3,963.36 

PAGE, TO AUG. 31 1,127.84 

COUNTER, FROM JULY 3 TO JULY 31 AND 
FROM AUG. 9 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 
5 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 2 TO SEPT. 

31 2,166.50 

COUNTER, FROM NOV. 6 TO NOV. 30 AND 

FROM DEC. 2 1,114.20 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, FROM AUG. 9 TO AUG. 
31 AND FROM SEPT. 3 TO SEPT. 30 AND 
FROM OCT. 2 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 2 

TO OCT. 30 2,030.10 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, FROM DEC. 2 545.12 

CLERK, 5,417.98 

PAGE-9FNCH, TO JULY 31 563.92 

DOORMAN, 3,931.70 

PAGE-TELEPHONE, FROM DEC. 1 563.92 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 8 2,124.10 

SUPERVISOR PAGES MAJORITY, 11,925.00 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 4,060.56 

DOORMAN GALLERY, 5,056.02 

PAGE-DOCUMENTARIAN, 3,383.52 

SNACK BAR ATTENDANT DEM, 3,604.02 



150 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER - CONTINUED 



ROOS, RALPH E 
ROSAMILIA, STEVEN J 

ROSE, ALAN LOUIS 
ROTA, ROBERT 
ROWAN, ALFRED WAYNE 
RUSS, ERNEST J 
RUSSELL, ROBERT RAILEY 
SACHS, DAVID M 
SAMPLE, OKIE LUE 
SANDERS, ALAN E 
SANDERS, GEORGE E 
SCOTT, RICHARD L 

SCOTT, STELLA M 

SEWELL, HELEN WINFIELD 
SHEA, CHRISTOPHER 
SHEPARD, KATHERINE C 
SHORT, ROBERT L 
SHULMAN, MICHAEL J 
SHUMAVON, DOUGLAS 
SIKES, WILLIAM M 
SIMMONS, MILES D 
SIMMONS, ROBERT W, JR 

SIMPSON, DONITA T 
SISISKY, RICHARD 
SLEMP, C B, II 
SMALL, HERBERT 

SMITH, EUGENE F 

SMITH, FREDERICK M 

SMITH, HENRY 
SMITH, JEAN K 
SMITH, JOBY 
SNELL, CHARLES F 
SNYDER, CHARLES W 
SOMMERS, CARL E 
SOUTHERLAND, ELONZIA B 
SPEIGHT, BARNEY H 
SPENCER, EDNA E 
SPIVEY, SAMUEL P, JR 
SPRAGUE, TERRY EARL 

STAMPER, DAVID 
STAPLES, PAUL 
STEHLIK, KERRY JOHN 
STEPHENS, LAWTON EVANS 
STOLBERG, JAMES LA RUE 
STRUYK, RICHARD, JR 
SULLIVAN, DANIEL W 
SUTT, ROBERT THEODORE 
SUTTER, RENEE K 

SWAN, EVELYN J 
TALPERT, JAMES NELSON 
TANNENBAUM, PHILIP L 
TAYLOR, CHARLES HENRY 
TEAR, THOMAS H 
TERRY, ROSA L 
THOMAS, GREGORY L 
THOMAS, HAROLD L 
THOMAS, ROBERT JOSEPH 
THOMASON, RONALD J 
THOMPSON, HFNRY H 
THOMPSON, RONALD G 
TIBBS, HARRY 
T IDD, BETTY A 
TOLSON, SYDNEY 
TOLSON, WILLIAM M 



DOORMAN, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, TO JULY 31 AND FROM 
AUG. 12 TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 4 .. 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 8 

MAJORITY CHIEF, FLR TEL SER, 

DOORMAN-FLOOR , 

DOORMAN-GALLERY, 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 8 

ATTENDANT LADIES ROOM, 

DOORMAN-GALLERY, 

MACHINE ASST, 

MESSENGER, FROM SEPT. 21 TO OCT. 31 

AND FROM NOV. 2 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 

31 AND FROM NOV. 6 TO NOV. 30 

SNACK BAR ATTENDANT REP, 

PAGE, FROM JULY 1 

CHIEF-MACHINE UNIT, 

DOORMAN, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, FROM NOV. 8 

DOORMAN, 

DOORMAN, FROM JULY 1 

FILE CLERK, 

MESSENGER, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 8 

TO AUG. 31 

MACHINE ASST, 

PAGE-NEWSPAPER-BENCH, FROM SEPT. 8 ... 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 

JANITOR, TO JULY 31 AND FROM AUG. 2 TO 

SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 2 

MESSENGER, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 AND 
FROM NOV. 3 TO NOV. 30 AND FROM OEC. 4 
CHIEF-DELIVERY UNIT, TO SEPT. 30 AND 

FROM OCT. 2 

RAPBERSHOP ATTD CAPITOL, 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, 

MACHINF OPERATOR 

PAGE, TO AUG. 31 

COUNTER ASST, TO NOV. 28 

GENERAL CLERK, FROM JULY 1 

BARBER RAYBURN, 

DOORMAN, FROM SEPT. 1 

INSERTER, 

DOORMAN, FROM SEPT. 8 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 5 TO AUG. 

2 

PAGE, FROM NOV. 1 

PAGE, TO JULY 31 

PAGE-TELEPHONE, TO AUG. 31 

PAGE, TO AUG. 31 

WRAPPER, 

WRAPPER, FROM SEPT. 22 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 8 

BARBER-CAPITOL, 

MACHINE ASST, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

AND FROM DEC. 6 

MANICUPIST RAYBURN, 

3RD ASST SUPERINTENDENT, 

RECEPTIONIST-PRAYEP ROOM, 

SNACKBAR ATTENDANT PEP, 

SUPERVISOP PAGES MINORITY, 

COUNTER, FROM JULY 1 

LABORER, 

LABORER, TO JULY 31 

PAGE, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 30 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 20 

PAGE, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

PAGE-DOCUMENTARI AN, TO AUG. 31 

LABORER, 

INSERTEP, 

LABORER, 

COUNTER ASSISTANT, 



$649.67 

3,120.36 
2,124.10 
8,957.52 
4,027.02 
4,284.00 
4,284.00 
2,124.10 
3,934.50 
4,189.04 
3,604.02 

1,860.93 

2,903.24 
4, 155.48 
3,493.02 
5,319.98 
1,342.34 
1,261.40 
4,060.56 
4,284.00 
5,314.02 

996.26 
3,622.35 
2,124.10 
5,570.52 

3,418.08 

2,161.69 

4,695.63 
3,193.50 
3,714.00 
4,189.04 
1,127.84 
3,522.40 
4,412.52 
3,994.50 
2,598.68 
3,714.00 
2,447.09 

526.32 
1,127.84 

563.92 
1,127.84 
1,127.84 
3,383.52 
1,860.94 
2, 124.10 
3,879.59 

1,033.85 

3,456.48 

7,122.54 

3,714.00 

3,604.02 

10,314.00 

3,493.02 

3,325.02 

576.08 

563.92 

1,898.53 

563.92 

1, 127.84 

3,456.48 

3,825.00 

3,456.48 

4,575.06 



151 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER - CONTINUED 



TONKOVICt MICHAEL A 



TONUBBEE, SHER 
TRULOCK, JEFFR 
TRUSLOW, JOHN 
TUNSTALL, FORR 
TURNER, ROBERT 
TUSCANO, ANNA 
UDELL, GILMAN 
UDELL, GILMAN 
VESTLEt MICHAE 
VICTORSON, MIC 
VITALE, MICHAE 
WAOOY, EDWARD 
WALKER, JAMES 
WALLS, LORRAIN 
WEEKS, GEORGE 
WEKFNBORG, JAM 
WEST, BENJAMIN 
WHITE, GEOFFRE 
WHITEHEAD, JAU 
WIGFALL, ANN B 
WILKERSON, AUB 
WILLIAMS, CALV 
WITHERSPOON, F 
WITKOWSKI, MAT 



RY E 
EY M 
W 
EST C 

A 
M 
G 

G, JR 
L STEVEN 
HAEL B 
L J, JR 

BRADLEY 
E V 
E, II 
ES H 

C 
Y G 
DON C 
ELLE 
REY P 
IN A 
RED 
THEW J 



YESH, ROBERT T 
YOUNG, CHARLIE LOUIS 
YOUNG, J THOMAS 
YOUNG, ROBERT F 

ZABLOCKI, JOSEPH PAUL 
ZEPFZAUER, MARK 
ZURZOLO, JOSEPH PAPICF 
ZWIBEL, ALLAN 



OFFICE OF THE POSTMASTER 

AHERN, ROBERT A 
ALSTERDA, JOHN, JR 
BARNES, DENNIS PAUL 
BARNES, RAYMOND M 
BASS, WILLIAM C 



BISHOP, 

BLANK, 

BOUCHLI 

BOWIE, 

BOWMAN, 

BOWMAN, 

BOYDSTO 

BRAITHW 

B"AUN, 

BROWDER 

BROWDER 

BULLOCK 

BYSTROM 

CARTER, 

CASEY 



III 



EDWARD 
JOHN H 
S, MICHAEL 
ERNEST P 

GEORGE M, 

MARY C 
N, C ELMO 
AIT, DELTON B 
JOSEPH A, III 
, THOMAS D 
, WILLIAM R 
, JOHN H, JR 
ERIC JOHN 

CHARLES DAVID 
PATRICK F 



CHILDS, MICHAEL E 
COLE, H MILTON, JR 
COMELLI, JOSEPH CARL 

CONNORS, WILLIAM B 



COUREMBIS, LLOYD L 
CRAVEN, FRANCIS X 
CREECH, VICTOR H, III 
DAURIA, ALFRED J 
DAVIDSON, WILLIAM B 



COUNTER ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 8 TO NOV. 

17 

MESSENGER, TO JULY 31 

MESSENGER, TO JULY 12 

DOORMAN-GALLERY , 

CHIEF BARBER CAPITOL, 

DOORMAN, 

MESSENGER, 

SUPERINTENDENT 

DOORMAN, TO AUG. 29 

PAGE-BENCH, TO JULY 31 

PAGE, FROM JULY 8 

PAGE, TO AUG. 31 

LABORER, 

PAGE, TO AUG. 31 

WRAPPER, 

DOORMAN, 

MECHANIC, 

SUPERINTENDENT, 

PAGE, FROM SEPT. 8 

PAGE, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, 

LABORER, 

LABORER, 

MESSENGER SPEAKERS ROOM, 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, TO JULY 31 AND FROM 

AUG. 2 TO AUG. 18 

DOORMAN (GALLERY), 

LABORER, 

MESSENGER, FROM OCT. 1 

BALING MACHINE OPERATOR, TO AUG. 31 

AND FROM SEPT. 2 

PAGE-BENCH, TO JULY 31 

PAGE-TELEPHONE, FROM SEPT. 8 

MACHINE ASSISTANT, 

MACHINE OPERATOR, 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, FROM JULY 1 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, FROM NOV. 22 

MAIL CLERK, TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 2 

TO NOV. 30 ANO FROM DEC. 2 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, TO JULY 15 

MAIL CLERK, 

DAY SUPERVISOR, 

MAIL CLERK, 

SECRETARY, 

ASSISTANT POSTMASTER 

MAIL CLERK, 

FOREMAN EVENING, 

MAIL CLERK, TO AUG. 8 

MAIL CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 

MAIL CLERK, TO SEPT. 23 

LABORER, FROM NOV. 6 

MAIL CLERK, TO AUG. 22 

MAIL CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 
2 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 6 TO NOV. 

30 AND FROM DEC. 8 

MAIL CLERK, FROM AUG. 9 TO SEPT. 6 ... 

MAIL CLERK, FROM SEPT. 24 

MAIL CLERK, TO OCT. 17 AND COUNTER 

CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 

MAIL CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 
5 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 9 TO NOV. 

30 AND FROM DEC. 3 

MAIL CLERK, FROM AUG. 23 

MAIL CLERK, 

CLERK IN CHARGE, 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK 



$952.00 

490.33 

225.57 

4,541.52 

4,222.02 

3,931.70 

3,714.00 

13,711.50 

1,319.97 

563.92 

3,251.94 

1,127.84 

3,456.48 

1,127.84 

3,742.98 

3,898.02 

4,723.98 

11,454.12 

2,124.10 

563.92 

3,714.00 

3,456.48 

3,456.48 

3,604.02 

883.47 
4,027.02 
3,456.48 
1,691.76 

3,437.28 

563.92 

2, 124.10 

3,825.00 
4,284.00 



3,931.70 

4,027.02 

4, 155.48 

844.57 

3,854.72 
4,391.10 

324.84 
3,898.02 
5,295.48 
4, 189.04 
6,471.48 
8,583.00 
4,284.00 
5,001.00 

850.15 
1,299.34 
1,797.42 

898.94 
1,126.10 



3,616.50 

606.36 

2, 100.60 

3,769.72 



3,627.09 
2,955.01 
3,898.02 
4,486.50 
4, 134.07 
3,898.02 



152 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE JF THE POSTMASTER - CONTINUED 



DEAN, DENNIS 
DOPSON, JOE 
DUNPHY, DENNIS 

EVERETT, WILLIAM R, Jf 
FREEMAN, JAMES M 
GARNER, RICHARO 
GEARY, ROBERT L 
GEORGE, THOMAS A 
GIBSON, ROBERT P 
GIBSON, WILLIAM L 
COMBOS, DAVID 
GOULD, CLAUDE LEE 

GROW, HAROLD L 
HAGAN, CHAPLFS F 
HARTER, JOHN A 

HATFIELD, BARRETT 
HINES, HARRY J 
HODGENS, RICHARD NEIL 
HUBBA'O, WILLIAM 
HUNT, DAVID M 
HUNT, RONALD C 
JAMES, DOUGLAS S 
JOHNSON, JAMES E 

JOHNSON, JOHN NEAL 
KELLY, DAVID 8 
KENNAMER, VICTOR 
KESSLER, BENJAMIN B 
KILCULLEN, DONALD 
KINCHELOE, JAMFS G, Jf 
KING, KENNETH J 
KNIGHT, TERFANCE F 
KRAMER, RFYNOLO D 
KUSHNIR, ANDREI 
LANDON, JOHNIF A, JR 
LATYN, MICHAEL 
LONG, OLIVFP 
LOWREY, WILL I AM J 
MARTIN, ROBFRT 
MAY8ERRY, JAMES B 
MCCOY, MOSE, JR 
MCCULLOCH, JAMES L 
MCEWEN, CHARLES 
MCNFELY, JAMES P 
MCRAE, JOHN G 
M08LEY, JAMFS A 
MOORE, JOSFPH F, JR 

MORRIS, H H 
NARGI, ROBERT 
NEELY, ROBFRT 
NOLEN, JOHN V 
NORTHINGTON, M 
OLCHAK, ROBFPT G 
OLCHAK, SEYM1UP 
PACKRALL, JOHN, JR 
PARKER, C L 
PAXTON, WILLIAM f 
PERKINS, REATHA 
PERRY, ORAN GARLAND 
PORTER, PEED J 
RAOFORD, THURMON L, Jf 
RAINWATER, JFPRY L 
RICHARDS, JOHN G 
POBFRSON, GARY K 
ROBFRTS, JOSFPH D, II 
ROGERS, LAWSON S 



MAIL CLERK, FROM JULY 16 TO AUG. 19 .. 

MAIL CLERK, FROM SEPT. 22 

MAIL CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 31 AND 

FROM NOV. 3 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLFRK, 

MAIL CLERK, FROM OEC. 1 

LABORER, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 2 

NIGHT SUPERVISOR, 

MAIL CLERK, FROM JULY 7 

MAIL CLERK, FROM OCT. 12 TO NOV. 12 .. 
LABORER, FROM JULY 15 TO SEPT. 30 AND 

FROM OCT. 3 

CLERK IN/'CHARGF, 

MAIL CLERK, TO AUG. 15 

MAIL CLERK, TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 

2 TO OCT. 31 AND FROM NOV. 5 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, FROM SEPT. 7 

MAIL CLERK, FROM AUG. 16 

LABORER, TO NOV. 5 

MAIL CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 8 .... 

MAIL CLERK, FROM AUG. 20 

MAIL CLERK, FROM JULY 13 

MAIL CLERK, FROM OCT. 12 TO OCT. 31 

AND FROM NOV. 3 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, TO OCT. 5 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, TO JULY 6 

MAIL CLFRK, TO AUG. 22 

MAIL CLERK, 

COUNTER CLERK, FROM DEC. 2 

MAIL CLERK, TO SFPT. 17 

MAIL CLFRK, FROM JULY 1 

MAIL CLERK, FROM AUG. 24 

MAIL CLERK, TO SEPT. 6 

LABORER, TO AUG. 31 

COUNTER ASST-CANNON BLDG., 

MAIL CLERK, FROM SEPT. 24 TO NOV. 30 . 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, 

CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, ; 

MAIL CLERK, TO AUG. 15 

MAIL CLERK, FROM JULY 2 TO OCT. 31 AND 

FROM NOV. 4 

POSTMASTER H OF R, 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLFRK, 

MAIL CLERK, TO SFPT. 30 

COUNTER CLERK-CANNON BLDG, 

LABORER, FROM SEPT. 1 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK 

COUNTER CLERK CAPITOL, TO OCT. 31 .... 

MAIL CLFRK, FROM SFPT. 7 

CLFRK IN CHARGE CAP PO, 

MAIL CLERK, 

MAIL CLERK, TO OCT. 11 

MAIL CLERK, t SFPT. 11 

MAIL CLERK, FROM AUG. Q 

MAIL CLERK, FROM OCT. 18 

MAIL CLERK, FROM AUG. 16 

MAIL CLERK, FROM SEPT. 7 

MAIL CLERK, FROM JULY 3 TO AUG. 31 AND 
FROM SEPT. 2 TO SFPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 
2 



$736.30 
2, 143.91 

3,982.27 
3,931.70 
4,284.00 
3,898.02 

649.67 

32.69 

5,883.00 

3,892.79 

671.33 

2,982.06 

5,001.00 

974.51 



16 

.52 



3,915. 
4,541. 
2,468.75 
3,020.26 
2,043.04 
822.92 
2,836.89 
3,745.65 

1,667.49 
4,060.56 
2,057.29 
5,570.52 
4,798.98 

129.93 
1,126.10 
3,898.02 

648.30 
1,667.49 
4,155.48 
2, 750.27 
1,429.27 

980.66 
4,412.52 
1,450.93 
3,919.52 
4,412.52 
4,027.02 
4,060.56 
4,412.52 
3,919.52 

974.51 



4,042.44 
15,750.00 
4, 198.35 
3,898.02 
1,949.01 
4,284.00 
1,961.32 
4,412.52 
4,284.00 
3,113.32 
2,550.45 
5,386.98 
3,898.02 
2, 187.22 
1,639.11 
3,075.11 
1,580.86 
3,246.56 
2,468.75 



4,314.47 



153 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICF OF THE POSTMASTER -CONTINUED 



ROSS, PETER MAIL CLERK, FROM JULY 3 TO OCT. 31 AND 

FROM NOV. 3 TO NOV. 30 AND FROM DEC. 3 $3,924.90 

RQWEN, RRUCE R MAIL CLERK, 3,898.02 

SAMS, THOMAS P MAIL CLERK, ■ 4,317.56 

SARDEGNA, RICHARD B MAIL CLERK, FROM JULY 1 4,284.00 

SAWYER, MICHAEL MAIL CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 2,598.68 

SCHULZ, RICHARD W, JR MAIL CLFRK, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM SEPT. 

3 TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 3 TO OCT. 

31 AND FROM NOV. 5 TO OCT. 30 3,480.98 

SCHULZ, "MCHARD W, JR MAIL CLERK, FROM DEC. 3 686.39 

SHEPHERD, C ANDREW, JR MAIL CLERK, FROM SEPT. 7 2,468.75 

SHIRAIi WFSLEY MAIL CLERK, 3,931.70 

SLUSHCR, LANNY MAIL CLERK, FROM JULY 1 4,027.02 

SMITH, JAMES C MAIL CLERK HOUSE POST OFFICE, 4,798.98 

SNEAQ, TILLMAN, III MAIL CLERK, FROM AUG. 9 TO SEPT. 12 .. 736.30 

SPEIGHT, STEPHANIE MAIL CLERK, FROM JULY 9 3,724.78 

STAFFIERY, ANTHONY J MAIL CLERK, FROM SEPT. 13 TO NOV. 30 

AND FROM DEC. 4 2,273.84 

STOVER, STERLING MAIL CLERK, TO AUG. 15 974.51 

STREETT, RICHARD MAIL CLERK, 4,284.00 

THURMAN, PAUL L, JR MAIL CLERK, FRGM JULY 1 4,027.02 

TRI, GLEN NICHOLAS MAIL CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 8 .... 178.98 

VINSON, JOHN RENEDICT MAIL CLERK, TO SEPT. 7 1,450.93 

VOGT, JAMES C MAIL CLERK, FROM SEPT. 13 2,338.81 

WALKER, FRANKLIN S FOREMAN MAIL PLATFORM, 5,257.98 

WALKER, STEWART P. CLEPK IN CHARGE, 4,743.48 

WEBB, MARK MAIL CLERK, TO AUG. 15 974.51 

WILD, CLAUDE C, III MAIL CLFRK, TO AUG. 8 822.92 

WINN, DAVID M MAIL CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 ... 1,299.34 

ZINIEWICZ, GORDON L MAIL CLERK, 4,027.02 

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 SEC. 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 

PECORE, PEGGY L STAFF ASSISTANT (CI, 8,558.16 

PREZIOSO, BETTY M STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 8,558.16 

SHARP, LACEY C GENERAL COUNSEL (P), 16,004.82 

VACIN, LYDIA STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 8,558.16 

WEST, FOWLER C ASSISTANT STAFF CONSULTANT (P), 12,499.98 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES 

BLANOFORD, JOHN P CHIEF CCUNSEL(P), 18,000.00 

BRITTON, DOROTHY R SECRETARY (CI, 9,124.98 

BROWN, EMMA M SECRETARY (C), 5,700.00 

COOK, WILLIAM H COUNSEL (P), 17,950.02 

DEAKINS, JAMES A BILL CLERK (CI, 6,900.00 

ELLIS, L LOUISE SECRETARY (C), 9,124.98 

FORD, JOHN JOSEPH PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER (P), 16,000.02 

GORE, BRENDA J SECRETARY (C), 5,700.00 

HARDY, ISSIAH MESSENGER (C), 4,950.00 

HOGAN, WILLIAM H, JR COUNSEL IP), 11,500.02 

JUHNSON, EDNA E SECRETARY (C), 9,124.98 

JONES, NANCY SUE SECRETARY (C), FROM JULY 1 4,750.02 

KALINOWSKI, BERNIECE SECRETARY (C), 9,124.98 

MARSHALL, RALPH PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER (PI 14,500.02 

MCDONALD, INNIS E SECRETARY (C), 6,850.02 

MORGAN, EARL J PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER (PI, 17,950.02 

NORRIS, GEORGE COUNSEL (P), 13,924.98 

SHUMATE, J F, JR COUNSEL (PI, 13,924.98 

SLATINSHEK, FRANK M ASSISTANT CHIEF COUNSEL (P), 18,000.00 

STUCKSTILL, ONETA L EXECUTIVE SECRETARY (P) 12,499.98 

SVENDSEN, DORIS S SECRETARY (C), TO NOV. 30 7,604.15 

WILLETT, ANN R SECRETARY (CI, 5,700.00 



154 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY 

FINK, ORMAN S MINORITY PROF STAFF MEMBER <P), $18,000.00 

GELLMAN, RENET COUNSEL (C), 18,000.00 

HOLSTEIN, CHARLES B PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER IC), 17,463.00 

LAYTON, MARY w SECRETARY TO MINORITY <C>, 10,754.58 

LEWIS, JOSEPH C PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER IP), 18,000.00 

NELSON, PAUL CLERK £ STAFF DIRECTOR (P), 18,000.00 

NORTHUP, GRAHAM T PROF STAFF MBR (MIN) (C), 18,000.00 

PRINS, CURTIS A CHIFF INVESTIGATOR (P), 16,391.04 

VAUGHN, DONALD G ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (C) 9,297.84 

STANOING COMMITTEE ON THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 

ALEXANDER, BETTY C ASSISTANT CLERK (C), 8,095.44 

BROYHILL, BROWARDINE R CLERK ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 

31 3,666.68 

CLARK, JAMES T CLERK (C), 14,977.38 

GARBER, HAYDEN S COUNSEL (P), 14,115.54 

GARNER, MARCELLUS C, JR ASSISTANT CLERK (CI, TO SEPT. 10 2,138.90 

GASOUE, CLAYTON D STAFF DIRECTOR (P), 12,161.10 

HILDER, LEONARDO INVESTIGATOR IP), 10,875.24 

HILL, TERRY D PUBLIC RELATIONS AST CLERK (C), FROM 

OCT. I 2,750.01 

HOGAN, JOHN E MINORITY COUNSEL (C), 12,718.56 

KELLY, PATRICK E ASSISTANT COUNSEL (P), 7,500.00 

LITTLE, PAUL YATES SPECIAL CONSULTANT (C), FROM OCT. 1 .. 5,000.01 

STEINKULLER, OTHELLC ASSISTANT CLERK (C), 8,756.16 

THORNTON, PEGGY L ASSISTANT CLFRK (C), TO AUG. 31 2,698.48 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR 

ANDRINGA, ROBERT C MINORITY STAFF DIRECTOR (C), FROM NOy. 

1 5,166.66 

BAKER, DONALD M CHIEF CLK-ASSOC COUNSEL IP), 18,000.00 

BERENS, DONALD F ADM ASST (C) 12,300.00 

BERNSTEIN, MICHAEL J MIN COUNSEL FOR LABOR (P), 18,000.00 

04RGANS, LOUISE M CLERK £ RESEARCH DIRECTOR IC), 18,000.00 

GAUL, WILLIAM F ASSOCIATE GENERAL COUNSEL (P), 18,000.00 

HEERLEIN, CRAWFORD C MINORITY CLERK IC), TO OCT. 31 10,601.32 

RADCLIFFE, CHARLFS W MIN COUNSEL FOR EDUC (P), 18,000.00 

REEO, HARTWELL DUVALL GENERAL COUNSFL (P), 18,000.00 

REEVES, BENJAMIN F ASST TO CHA I PMAN-ASST CLK (P), 18,000.00 

SULLIVAN, AUSTIN P, JR LEGISLATIVE SPECIALIST (C) 16,500.00 

WRIGHT, LOUISE M ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT (C), 12,373.02 

WYMAN, MARIAN RUTH SPECIAL ASST TO CHAIRMAN (C), 15,936.00 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN ATFAIRS 

ABBRU7ZESE, PETER A STAFF CONSULTANT IP), FROM OCT. 1 .... 6,000.00 

30YER, ROBERT KENT STAFF CONSULTANT IP), 10,000.02 

BRADY, JOHN J, JR STAFF CONSULTANT (C), FROM JULY 1 .... 13,000.02 

BROWN, JEAN SMITH STAFF ASST (C), 6,823.08 

BULLOCK, ROY J STAFF CONSULTANT (P), 18,000.00 

CHESTER, JOHN CHAPMAN STAFF CONSULTANT (P), 13,000.02 

CROMER, HARPY C STAFF CONSULTANT (P), 17,671.62 

CZARNECKI, MARIAN A STAFF CONSULTANT (P), 17,671.62 

MATTAS, HELEN C STAFF ASST IC), 11,704.80 

MCCRACKEN, DORA B STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 8,629.33 

NIGH, CLARA JUNE SENIOR STAFF ASSISTANT (C), TO SEPT. 

30 6,578.07 

UBRIFN, MARY L STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 10,445.28 

PEAK, PAULA L STAFF ASST (C), 8,629. 38 

SULLIVAN, JOHN H STAFF CONSULTANT (C), FROM JULY 1 .... 13,000.02 

WESTPHAL, ALBERT C F STAFF CONSULTANT IP(, 18,000.00 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS 

ABBOTT, ANNIE M STAFF MEMBER (C), ... . . . 6,919.92 

ARMSTRONG, CLARA K MINORITY PESFARCH ASST (C), 7,810.62 

CARLSON, JOHN P MINORITY COUNSFL (P) 18,000.00 

CASH, CATHERINE S STAFF MEMBER (C) 6,955.20 

COP^NHAVER, WILLIAM H MINORITY PROF STF MBR (P), 14,358.12 

DAVIS, CHRISTINE RAY STAFF ADMINISTRATOR (P), 18,000.00 

FELDOTTO, DOIORFS STAFF MEMBER (C), 8,756.16 



155 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



STANDING COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS - CONTINUED 



JARVIS, MARILYN F 
LANIGAN, JAMES A 
MCLACHLAN, ANN E 
ROBACK, HERBERT 
ROMNEY, MILES Q 



STAFF MEMBER (C», , 

GENERAL COUNSEL (P), , 

STAFF MEMBER (C)t , 

STAFF DIRECTOR (P) , 

ASSOCIATE GENERAL COUNSEL (P), 



$7,527.66 
18,000.00 
8,487.00 
18,000.00 
16,021.98 



STANDING COMMITTEE ON HOUSE ADMINISTRATION 



BLAIR, JOHN G 

FREED, LOUIS I 
GRAY, ROBERT D 
MILLER, MELVIN M 
MURPHY, RALPH W 
RYAN, FRANK BEALL 
SILVERMAN, LOUIS 
STOLLE, MARY F 
VARGAS, JUDITH LEONARD 
WALKER, JOHN T 
WILSON, EVELYN HANGE 
WOLMAN, DAVID S 



ASSISTANT-STAFF DIRECTOR (C), FROM 

JULY 1 13,000.02 

ASST STAFF DIRECTOR (C), 16,249.98 

CHIEF AUDITOR (P), 15,901.80 

MINORITY CLERK (P), 15,738.66 

ASSISTANT CLERK-MINORITY (PI, 10,000.02 

DIRECTOR INFO SYSTEMS (PI, FROM JULY 1 18,000.00 

STAFF ASST (C), 9,616.44 

ASST CLERK (C), 6,438.90 

ASSISTANT CLERK (C), 3,988.26 

STAFF DIRECTOR (P), 18,000.00 

ASSISTANT CLERK (C), 6,062.50 

PERSONNEL ANALYST (P), 15,738.66 



STANDING COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR AND INSULAR AFFAIRS 



BARTON, DIXIE S 
CASEY, JIM T 
FREEMAN, PATRICIA B 
GANTS, ROBERT M 
GARDNER, SUSAN W 
LEPPERT, CHARLES, JR 
MCELVAIN, LEE 
MCFARLAND, SIDNEY L 
MURRAY, PATRICIA ANN 
SANDY, KATHLEEN V 
SHAFER, WILLIAM L 
SIGLER, LEWIS A 



CLERK (C), FROM JULY 1 10,000.02 

CONSULTANT ON IRRIG/RECL (PI, 15,499.98 

CLERK (C), FROM JULY 1 9,000.00 

MINORITY STAFF MEMBER (PI, 10,500.00 

CLERK (CI, 7,500.00 

MINORITY COUNSFL (P), 16,000.02 

ASST COUN S CONSLT PKS/REC (PI, 14,500.02 

STF DIR 6 CHIEF CLK (C), 18,000.00 

CLERK (C), FROM JULY I 10,000.02 

CLERK (CI, TO SEPT. 30 AND FROM OCT. 5 7,333.33 

CON MIN MIN E LAND (P), 17,254.32 

COUNSEL £ CONSLT I ND AFF (P), 17,500.02 



STANDING COMMITTEE ON INTERNAL SECURITY 



CUNNINGHAM, ANNIEL 
DAVIS, GLENN E 
HECHT, WILLIAM H 

HORNER, ROBERT M 
KING, V BERNICE 
MATTHEWS, RUTH I 
NITTLE, ALFRED M 
ROMERSTEIN, HERBERT 

SANDERS, DONALD G 
SCHULTZ, RICHARD L 
SHAW, WILLIAM G 
VALENTE, MAPY MYERS 
WHITE, DEWITT 



CHIEF - FILES & REFERENCE (C), 8,567.10 

EDITORIAL DIRECTOR (PI, TO NOV. 30 ... 12,884.05 
EXECUTIVE STAFF ASSISTANT (P), FROM 

DEC. 1 2,458.33 

CHIEF INVESTIGATOR (CI, 12,336.00 

FINANCIAL SECRETARY (CI, 8,453.04 

CLERK (C), 12,000.00 

LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL (PI, 14,842.26 

CHIEF MIN INVESTIGATOR (PI, FROM OCT. 

1 7,250.01 

CHIEF COUNSEL (PI, 17,315.16 

ASSOC CHIEF COUNSEL (PI, 13,663.86 

DIR OF RESEARCH (CI, 12,625.80 

ADMINISTRATIVE SECRETARY (CI, 9,134.22 

MINORITY LEGAL CGUNSEL (PI, FROM OCT. 

18 6,019.36 



STANDING COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE 



BERRY, LEWIS E, JR 
BORCHART, KURT 
BURSON, MARION M 
COLLIE, HAZEL J 
CURTIS, CHARLES B 
DINKINS, ELEANOR A 
DIXON, WILLIAM J 
GUTHRIE, ROBERT F 
JOHNSON, MARCELLA F 
MAHON, FRANK W 
MENGER, JAMES M, JR 
PAINTER, KENNETH J 
RYAN, MARY 



MINORITY COUNSEL (C), 18,000.00 

PROF STAFF MBR (P|, 18,000.00 

STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 15,037.14 

STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 9,332.28 

PROFESSIONAL STAFF MBR (PI, 17,500.02 

CLERICAL ASST (CI, 7,422.00 

PROF STAFF MEMBER (P(, 18,000.00 

PROF STAFF MEMBER (PI, 18,000.00 

ASSISTANT CLERK (C), 9,375.30 

PRINTING EDITOR (CI, 9,895.08 

PROF STAFF MEMBER (PI, 18,000.00 

1ST ASST CLERK (C), 15,037.14 

CLERICAL ASST (C), 7,422.00 



71-124 O - 72 - 11 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE - CONTINUED 

THOMASt EDWIN EARL STAFF ASST (C), »6, 981.60 

WILLIAMSON, WALTER E CHIEF CLERK (CI, 18,000.00 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY 

ALLEN, CARRIE LOU CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (C), 7,659.78 

BELAND, LORRAINE W CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (CI, 7,659.78 

8ENN, DONALD G ASSOCIATE COUNSEL (PI, 15,000.00 

BURAK, GERTRUDE CLARA CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (CI, 8,095.44 

CALDWELL, JANE C CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (C), 9,099.78 

CHRISTY, FRANCES CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (CI, 9,921.24 

CLINE, GARNER J COUNSEL (P), 15,528.66 

DICK, BESS EFFRAT STAFF DIRECTOR (P), 18,000.00 

EISENBERG, ROBERTA E CLERICAL STAFF (C), 7,659.78 

FUCHS, HERBERT COUNSEL (Pt, 17,463.00 

HARKINS, KENNETH R CHIEF COUNSEL (P) ANTITRSUB, TO SEPT. 

8 6,705.64 

JETT, R FREDERICK COUNSEL (C), 14,157.36 

SHATTUCK, WILLIAM P COUNSEL (PI, 15,528.66 

ZEIFMAN, JEROME M COUNSEL (C), 15,000.00 

ZELENKO, BENJAMIN L GENERAL COUNSEL (PI, 17,750.22 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON MERCHANT MARINE AND FISHERIES 

BARKER, VERA SECRETARY (CI, 8,774.22 

CASEY, RALPH E CHIEF COUNSEL (P), 18,000.00 

CORRADO, ERNEST J - COUNSEL (PI, FROM JULY I 13,500.00 

DENNIS, ALBERT J INVESTIGATOR (CI, 10,127.94 

EVERETT, NED P COUNSEHPI, 15,088.02 

MCELROY, ROBERT J CHIEF CLERK (CI, 17,045.64 

NOAH, VIRGINIA L SECRETARY (CI, 8,308.98 

ROUNTREE, WILLIAM C MIN COUNSEL (PI, 9,000.00 

SHAROOO, RICHARD N MINORITY COUNSEL (PI, 13,015.80 

STILL, FRANCES ASSISTANT CLERK (CI 9,168.66 

SUTTER, LEONARD L, JR COUNSEL (PI, 12,250.02 

WINFIELD, W B CLERK (CI, 11,867.76 

STANOING COMMITTEE ON POST OFFICE AND CIVIL SERVICE 

RRAY, BUN BENTON, JR ASSOCIATE STAFF DIR (P), 17,749.98 

FORTUNE, FRANCIS C COORDINATOR (CI, 14,299.98 

GAUGHAN, VINCFNT M STAFF DIR £ SPFC COUNSEL (CI, 17,500.02 

IRVINE, WILLIAM A ASSISTANT STAFF DIR (PI, 17,749.98 

KAZY, THEODORE JAMES SENIOR STAFF ASST (P), 17,749.98 

LOCKHART, ROBERT E ASSISTANT COUNSEL (PI, 13,066.67 

MARTINY, JOHN H CHIEF COUNSEl (PI, 18,000.00 

SIMONS, BLANCHE M SECRETARY (C), 8,299.98 

SMIROLDO, VICTOR C COUNSEL (PI, 17,749.98 

THORNTON, ELSIE E CHIEF CLERK (CI, 12,250.74 

WELLS, BARBARA MEGEE SECRFTARY (C), 8,749.98 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS 

BEAM, DOROTHY A EXECUTIVE STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 11,023.98 

BUCKLEY, MERIAM RUTH STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 9,194.52 

CARROLL, STERLYN B STAFF ASSISTANT (CI, 7,684.98 

EDELMAN, LFSTER COUNSEL (PI, 16,000.02 

ENFIELD, CLIFTON W MINORITY COUNSEL (PI, 18,000.00 

OBERSTAR, JAMES L ADMINISTRATOR (CI, 16,006.02 

RIVARD, LLOYD A ENGINEER CONSULTANT (PI, 16,000.02 

SCHWARTZ, CARL H, JR CONSULTANT (PI, 7,374.00 

SULLIVAN, RICHARD J CHIEF COUNSEL (PI, 18,000.00 

WOOD, GORDON E PROF STAFF MBR (MINI (PI, 10,407.48 

YOUMANS, ERLA S MIN EXEC STAFF ASSISTANT (CI, 9,250.02 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON RULES 

BATTLE, LAURIE C STAFF OIR £ COUNSEL (PI, $18,000.00 

8UN0ICK, MARGARET ANNE SECRETARY (C), TO NOV. 30 AND STAFF 

ASSISTANT (CI, FROM DEC. 1 A, 975.00 

CULLEN, JONNA LYNNE SECRETARY (C), TO NOV. 30 AND STAFF 

ASSISTANT (C), FROM DEC. 1 7,447.52 

FORREST, MAPY S ASSISTANT COUNSEL (P), TO NOV. 30 AND 

ASST COUNSEL-RFS ANALYST (P), FROM 

DEC. 1 10,830.38 

HYNES, ROBERT D, JR MINORITY COUNSEL IP), 17,419.50 

WATTS, WINIFRED L SECRETARY (C), TO NOV. 30 AND PROF 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASST (P), FROM DEC. I . 8,266.10 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND ASTRONAUTICS 

CARSTARPHEN, JOHN A CHIEF CLERK £ COUNSEL (CI, 17,906.52 

CASHMAN, KIERAN U SECRETARY (C), 5,558.88 

DELRIEGO, JOSEPH MINORITY STAFF (P), FROM OCT. 11 4,888.88 

DODSON, EMILY SECRETARY (C), 6,884.70 

DUCANOER, CHARLES F EXEC DIR CHIFF COUNSEL (P) 18,000.00 

HAMMILL, FRANK R, JR COUNSEL (PI, 17,193.42 

ROBERT, MARY ANN SECRETARY (CI, 7,184.16 

RODGERS, CAROL F SECRETARY (C), 6,718.20 

STAFFORD, JUNE C SECRETARY (CI, 6,718.20 

SWAOTZ, CARL MINORITY STAFF (C) 11,250.00 

WILSON, JAMES E, JR TECHNICAL CONSULTANT (P), 16,416.84 

YFAGER, PHILI° B COUNSEL (PI, 17,906.52 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON STANDARDS OF OFFICIAL CONDUCT 

ALLETT, ROBERT G SENIOR STAFF MEMBER (CI, 17,002.14 

MACKENZIE, MARIANN R SECRETARY (C), 10,000.02 

SWANNER, JOHN M STAFF DIRECTOR (PI, 18,000.00 

WHITTINGTON, TEMPIE W CLERK (C), 4,999.98 

WOLFE, BENNETT ASSISTANT STAFF DIRECTOR (PI, 15,028.68 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON VETERANS' AFFAIRS 

BIONDI, HELEN A ASSISTANT CLERK (CI, 10,843.02 

COLBY, MORVIE ANN CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (C), 7,272.24 

FISHER, GEORGE W CLERK (CI, 17,463.00 

GOTTSCHALK, ARTHUR M PROFESSIONAL AIDE (PI, 10,500.00 

HOLDEN, JOHN R PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER (PI, 15,494.76 

KIDD, MARJOPIE J CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (C>, 6,955.20 

KIRBY, BILLY E PROFESSIONAL AIDE <P», 15,494.76 

KNAPP, DONALD C COUNSEL (PI, 18,000.00 

MATTHEWS, ALICE V CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (CI, 7,483.62 

MEADOWS, OLIVER E STAFF DIRECTOR (P|, 18,000.00 

WILTON, PATRICIA J CLERK STENOGRAPHFR (CI, 5,481.06 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS 

BAKER, JOHN PATRICK ASSISTANT CHIEF COUNSEL (P), 17,089.14 

BURKETT, FLORENCE U STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 7,395.00 

BUTLER, VIRGINIA M STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 8,790.00 

BYRO, WILLIAM C STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 5,962.50 

CRANE, MARIE ANN STAFF ASSISTANT (C), FROM JULY 1 7,000.02 

FITZGERALD, MARY C STAFF ASSISTANT (CI, 5,244.24 

FULLERTON, WILLIAM D STAFF ASSISTANT (C), FROM JULY 1 16,487.52 

GANGER, MAXINE H STAFF ASSISTANT (CI, FROM OCT. 18 TO 

OCT. 31 375.56 

GREENE, HUGHLON DOCUMENT CLERK (CI, 7,395.00 

HAWKINS, CHARLES E STAFF ASSISTANT (CI, FROM JULY 1 17,089.14 

HILL, ROBERT B PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANT (PI, 11,805.00 



158 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

STANOING COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS - CONTINUED 

JACKSCN, MARY STAFF ASSISTANT (C», FROM JULY 1 TO 

OCT. 14 S?, 888. 88 

KAGAN, GRACE G STAFF ASSISTANT (C)t 8,790.00 

KANE, WILLIAM T PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANT (P), 15,738.66 

KELLEY, JAMFS W PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANT (P), FROM JULY 

1 16,487.52 

KENDALL, JUNE STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 10,242.48 

LAMAR, HAROLD T PROFESSIONAL ASSISTANT (P), FROM JULY 

1 16,487.52 

LIEBLICH, ELIZABETH W STAFF ASSISTANT (C), FROM JULY 1 3,650.00 

LITTLE, WALTER B DOCUMENT CLERK (C», 7,395.00 

MARTIN, JOHN M, JR CHIEF COUNSEL (P), 18,000.00 

MATTHEWS, MARY MONCURE STAFF ASST (C), TO SEPT. 6 2,109.54 

RATLIFF, VIVIAN JEAN STAFF ASSISTANT (C», 5,127.48 

SHAVER, GLORIA STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 8,524.98 

SINGLETON, ARTHUR L, JR PROFESSIONAL STAFF IP), 14,569.74 

SONNETT, ELIZABETH E STAFF ASSISTANT (C) 7,395.00 

STERN, PATTY C STAFF ASSISTANT (C), FROM OCT. 1 2,124.99 

THOMAS, OANNA K STAFF ASSISTANT (C), FROM AUG. 1 3,854.15 

VANDERSCHAAF, JUDITH H STAFF ASSISTANT (C), 5,130.00 

VAZIS, CAROLE M STAFF ASSISTANT JO, 6,099.12 

WEINSTEIN, KAY ANNE STAFF ASSISTANT IC), FROM NOV. 15 .... 1,427.03 

WILBUR, RICHARD C PROFESSIONAL STAFF (P), 18,000.00 

STANDING COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS 

ALLEN, GEORGE F CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 7,000.02 

BLUM, BARBARA B CLFRK-STENO/R ANK MIN MBR SUBCO, TO 

AUG. 31 2,239.40 

BOLING, WILLIAM G STAFF ASSISTANT, 12,831.17 

BOND, MARY ANN CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 5,449.98 

BUHRMAN, LETA M CLK-STENO TO SUB-COMM/CHAI R MAN, 6,953.05 

CHOUINARD, GERARD J CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 7,078.05 

COUPE, KATHFPINE D CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (MIN), 6,718.20 

CROSBY, SAMUFL W SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 8,400.00 

DYER, JAMES W CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 5,565.00 

EHRINGHAUS, PFGGY C CLERK STENOGRAPHER (MINI, 6,718.20 

EVANS, GEORGE E STAFF ASSISTANT, 15,921.46 

FARMER, PAUL V ASSISTANT EDITOR, 8,854.88 

FOSTER, ROBERT B STAFF ASSISTANT, 12,582.08 

GARRETSON, T R CLERK-STENOGRAPHER (MIN), 6,718.20 

GARRITY, JOHN M STAFF ASSISTANT, 12,582.08 

GRIFFIN, HAROLD H MINORITY CLERK, 13,500.00 

GUNNELS, AUBREY A STAFF ASSISTANT, 16,457.52 

GUNSHOWS, DANIEL V CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 5,576.83 

HARDIN, RUSSELL, JR CLERICAL ASSISTANT <C), FROM OCT. 1 .. 3,500.01 

HARDY, THOMAS H CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 6,000.00 

HICKEY, GEMMA MAUREEN CLERK-TYPIST, 3,589.20 

HOWE, JAY B STAFF ASSISTANT, 17,497.74 

JOHNSTON, CAROLYN J CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 6,000.00 

KEHL, DAVID K CLK-STENO/R ANK MIN MBR SUBCOMM, 6,600.00 

KEYSER, VIRGINIA M CLERICAL ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 18 2,129.17 

KINGFIELD, THOMAS J STAFF ASSISTANT, 10,352.74 

LAMENDOLA, ANNA L CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, FROM NOV. 1 1,983.34 

LINEBERRY, LAURA E CLERK-STENOGRAPHFR , 6,360.36 

MABRY, SAMUEL A CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 7,000.02 

MAINLAND, KEITH F STAFF ASSISTANT, TO JULY 31 AND STAFF 

ASST TO CHAIRMAN, FROM AUG. 1 15,921.46 

MCCAY, NORMA J CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, TO OCT. 31 3,333.32 

MEREDITH, MILTON B SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 11,812.54 

MICHALAK, GARY C STAFF ASSISTANT, 6,615.76 

MILLER, LAWRENCE C EDITOR, 12,831.17 

MIZELLE, DEMPSEY B STAFF ASSISTANT, 9,894.39 

MORRISON, B ENID STAFF ASSISTANT (MIN), 9,903.78 

MOYFR, ROBERT M STAFF ASSISTANT, 17,497.74 

MURPHY, PETFR J, JR STAFF ASSISTANT, 15,331.97 

NEIL, HENRY A, JR STAFF ASSISTANT, 16,832.52 

NICHOLAS, ROBERT C, III STAFF ASSISTANT, 10,227.74 

NIELSON, BYRON S STAFF ASSISTANT, 6,194.46 

PLASHAL, JOHN GALVIN STAFF ASSISTANT, 6,718.20 

PRESTON, SAMUEL R STAFF ASSISTANT 17,497.74 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



STANDING COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS - CONTINUED 

RASH, RONALD A CLERK-STENO SUB/C IND OFF MIN, TO 

SEPT. 15 

RICH, NAOMI A CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 

RICHBOURG, DONALD E STAFF ASSISTANT, 

RIZ7UTTO, VINCENT CLERK STENOGRAPHER, 

SADY, FRANCIS W ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 

SAHLIN, KARFN L CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, FROM JULY 1 .... 

SHULAW, DALF M CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 

SILSBY, EARL C STAFF ASSISTANT, 

SKARIN, G HOMFR STAFF ASSISTANT, 

SMALLWOOD, MARY H CL ERK-STFNOGRA PHER (MAJ), 

SMITH, AUSTIN G CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 

SNODGRASS, CHARLES W STAFF ASSISTANT, 

SPILLAN, HUNTER L STAFF ASSISTANT, 

STFELE, LINDA L CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 

TATE, FORREST 0, JR CLFRK STENOGRAPHER, 

THOMAS, RANDOLPH MESSENGFP, 

THOMSON, PAUL E STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM AUG. 22 

URIAN, GEORGE A STAFF ASSISTANT, 

VACCARO, PATIENCE S C LERK-STENOGP APHER , FROM SEPT. 1 ... 

VOYTKO, CATHERINE M CLERK STENOGRAPHER, 

WALKER, ROBEPT MICHAEL CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 

WALLACE, BARBARA f CL ERK-STFNOGR APHER , 

WALSH, JOHN F CLERK STENOGRAPHER, 

WILHELM, EUGENE B STAFF ASSISTANT, 

WILLSON, J DAVID STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM NOV. 14 

WILSON, PAUL M CLERK £ STAFF DIRECTOR, 

WOOD, THAYEP A STAFF ASSISTANT, 

SPECIAL AND MINORITY EMPLOYEES 

BARTLETT, JOE 1 (A) FLOOR ASST TO THE MIN., 

BONSELL, WILLIAM R FLOOR ASST TO THE MINORITY, 

HARTMANN, ROBERT T FLOOR ASST TO THE MINORITY, 

KENNEDY, WALTER P PAIR CLERK TO THE MINORITY 

WILLIAMS, JOHN J STAFF DIRECTOR TO THE MINORITY, .... 

WINEBRENNFR, TOMMY LEF FLOOR ASST TO THE MINORITY, 

DEMOCRATIC STEEPING COMMITTEE 

BARRIERF, JOHN E CLERK-OEM STEERING COMM, 

VAUGHN, IRIS W ASSISTANT CLERK, 

REPUBLICAN CONFERENCE 

MANN, JAMFS E EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, 

PHILLIPS, MARTHA H STAFF RESEARCHER CLK STENO., 

OFFICF OF THE MAJORITY FLOOR LEADER 

BASS, AVANELL K SECRETAPY, , 

BATCHELLER, JEAN C APPOINTMENTS SECRETARY, FROM OCT. If 

BOGGS, CORINNE C SFCRETARY 

DFBUYS, HARPY D CLF"K, , 

DILLON, DIANNF M ASST LEG CLERK, 

HYMFL, GARY G ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 

NICKENS, JAMES T CLFRK, 

POLITO, ROSE E CLERK , 

RIVERS, RICHARD R PRESS AIDE, 

ROSAS, DORIS E OFFICE MANAGER, TO AUG. 31 

OFFICF OF THF MINORITY FLOOR LEADER 

KRU»D, CHARLFNE C CLFRK, , 

MFSSERSMITH, NETA C CLERK (STAT), 

MEYER, FRANK ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, , 

MILTICH, PAUL A PRFSS SFCRETARY, , 

WILLIS, GFORGF W FL FRK-MF SSENGER , 



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$2,624.68 
6,369.06 

10,352.74 
6,718.20 
7,355.21 
7,000.02 
6, 173.76 

15,921 

17,497 
7,000 
7,355 
9,600.00 

16,875.44 
6,718.20 
6,718.20 
5,574.39 
5,554.18 
9,894.39 
4,000.00 
6,718.20 
6,000 
4,999 
6,718 

17,497 
2,715 

17,671 
8,057 



18,000.00 
17,008.02 
18,000.00 
14,606.82 
17,360.76 
14,698.26 



18,000.00 
8,059.50 



10, 123.08 
8,059.80 



7,000.02 
2,838.90 
6,683.28 
4,813.92 
4, 813.92 
18,000.00 
5,854.08 
6,917.64 
8,469.18 
2,653.98 



4,500.00 

5,792.52 

18,000.00 

17,419.50 

5,232.48 



160 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICE I1F THE MAJORITY WHIP 



BATTLE, ANNE RESFARfH ASST, FROM SEPT. L TO OCT. 31 

BRAND, ELLEN S ASSISTANT SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 1 TO 

NOV. 30 

CARVER, JOHN J RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM NOV. 1 TO 

NOV. 30 

CLIFFORD, SUSAN M CLERK TYPIST, 

CONNORS, JERRY C ASSISTANT, TO NOV. 14 

DESIMONE, EMILY RECEPTIONIST 

DIEHL, LEO E ADM ASST, 

OINNEEN, MARGARET R ASSISTANT SECRETARY, TO OCT. 31 

GRANARA, J RALPH ASSISTANT, FROM DEC. 1 

GUREN, JON RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM AUG. 1 TO 

SEPT. 30 

HANNON, JAMES T ASSISTANT, FROM NOV. 15 TO NOV. 30 AND 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM DEC. 1 

KFLLY, JOHN F CLERK, FROM DEC. 1 

KOLZAK, NANCY E CLERK TYPIST, FROM OCT. 1 

KURLAND, JUDITH LEGIS ASST, TO JULY 31 

LAMKIN, LEONARD ASSISTANT, 

LINNEHAN, CLAIRE G ASSISTANT SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 1 

MCOUAID, CARLA K SECRETARY, 

MELCONIAN, LINDA JEAN LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, FROM JULY I ... 

MOYNAGH, JOHN R, III CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 

WEISS, STEPHEN ARIEL RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM AUG. 1 TO 

SEPT. 30 

WHITE, SCOTT BENNETT RESEARCH ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 TO OCT. 31 

WHITNEY, ALAN JOSEPH LEGISLATIVE AIDE, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 

31 

OFFICE OF THE MINORITY WHIP 

BURROUGHS, ANN V SECRETARY, 

GROSSEN, LAURA A SECRETARY, 

MARKERT, MAPGARET H SECRETARY, 

PITTS, FLORENCE G CLERK, 

PITTS, WILLIAM R ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 

SPAULOING, MARY M SECPETARY, FROM JULY 1 

SPRINGER, JAMES H CLERK, 

THOMAS, ELEANOR C CLERK, 

MAJORITY ANO MINORITY PRINTING CLERKS 

LANKFORD, THOMAS J PRINTING CLERK (MINORITY), 

RAMAGE, DAVID R PRINTING CLERK (MAJORITY!, 

OFFICE OF ATTENDING PHYSICIAN 

MORAN, ROBERT FRANCIS TECHNICAL ASST., 

OFFICIAL RFPORTERS OF DEBATES 

BATTAGLIA, FRANK E CHIEF REPORTER, 

BEDELL, DOROTHY E EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 2, 

DOUGLASS, BETTY J EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 1, 

EAGAR, EDWARD R, JR 2ND ASSISTANT CLERK, 

GALLAGHER, ANOREW F EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 6, 

GRUBBS, WALTON H EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 7, 

HAMMER, VIRGINIA C EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 4, 

LEA, JAMES W CLK, OFFICIAL REP OF DEB, 

MONTGOMERY, DARREIL L EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 5, 

MORSE, WILLIAM L OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 3, 

MOYER, EDNA C OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 2, 

NEIL, FAYE G EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 3, 

RUND, JACK OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 4, 

SERLES, JULIAN R, JR OFFICIAL REPOR T ER NO. 5, 

SWEENEY, JOSEPH J OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 1, 

TUCKER, CLEVELANO OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 6, 

WHITE, EDWAPD 1ST ASST CLK, OFF REP OF DEB, 



633.34 

433.33 
2, 175.00 
3,634.71 
4,275.02 

18,000.00 

1,450.00 

813.74 



633.33 

750.67 

433.33 

950.01 

1,375.00 

3,000.00 

675.00 

4,974.98 

5,391.67 

183.33 

866.66 
333.34 



4,849.98 

3,600.00 

5,899.98 

941.34 

18,000.00 

5, 106.00 

881.82 

1,315.74 



5,793.66 
5,793.66 



10,413.54 



17,671.62 
7,483.62 
7,483.62 
7,748.34 
7,483.62 
7,483.62 
7,483.62 

11,932.92 
7,483.62 

17,463.00 

17,463.00 
7,483.62 

17,463. 

17,463. 

17,463. 



,00 
,00 
,00 
17,463.00 
8,756.16 



161 

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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

OFFICIAL COMMITTEE REPORTERS 

CANTOR, ROBERT G OFFICIAL PEPORTFR, $16,245.12 

CARR, JOHN I, JR OFFICIAL REPORTER, 16,245.12 

COCHRAN, ROBERT C OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 7, 16,245.12 

DONOCK, MARY JANE EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 2, 7,483.62 

DUOLEY, CHARLES C OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 3, 16,245.12 

GIMELLI, JOSEPH J OFFICIAL REPORTFR NO. 1, 16,245.12 

HAROIN, RUTH W EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 6, 7,483.62 

HARKINS, BARBARA R EXPERT TRANSCRIBER 80.01 

HOOKS, JO ANN FXPER TRANSCRIBER *9, 7,483.62 

JOHNSON, ALLENE G EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 4, 7,483.62 

LUSHIN, RAYMOND H OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 4, 16,245.12 

MCMURRAY, E HOMER CLERK, 9,271.98 

MORGAN, PHYLLIS V EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 7, 7,483.62 

ORNSTEIN, ALEXANDER S EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 3, 7,483.62 

PAPICH, ANTON, JP OFFICIAL REPORTFR NO. 6, 16,245.12 

SHIRLEY, FRANCIS G EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. I, 7,483.62 

STAHL, MARY R EXPERT TRANSCRIBER, 7,483.62 

TARTARO, ANTHONY F OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 5, 16,245.12 

TYNDALL, DOROTHY M EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 8, 7,483.62 

VELEY, KARL F OFFICIAL REPORTER NO. 2, 16,245.12 

VOCE, VIOLET R OFFICIAL REPORTER NO 8, 16,245.12 

WEISSMEYER, JOSEPH J EXPERT TRANSCRIBER NO. 5, 7,483.62 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS 

ANDERSON, CORNELIUS R DIRECTOR-SURVEYS £ INV STAFF, 15,900.00 

DAMERON, JANET L CL ERK-STENOGP APHER , 4,831.02 

DEW, BEATRICE V CI FPK-STENOGRAPHER , FROM NOV. 12 1,429.17 

KIRKPATRICK, LEROY R ASST DIR-SURVEYS £ INV STAFF, 14,800.02 

LAW, WILLIE C ASST DIR-SURVEYS £ INV STAFF 13,549.98 

MAY, FRANCES STENOGRAPHER 6,360.36 

SAUEP, MARY ALICE STENOGRAPHER, TO JULY 31 AND 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, FROM AUG. 1 7,320.90 



OFFICE OF THE LEGISLATIVE CCUNSEL 



AOAMS, WILLIAM P 
AIN, ROSS DAVID 
HARROW, M POPE, JR 

BELLIS, M DOUGLASS 
CARPER, DAVID B 
COLEMAN, RONALD DICK 
CONBOY, MARY 
CRAFT, EDWARD 
ESTEP, JAMES M 
FILSON, LAWRENCE E 
FREEMAN, LINDA GREY 
GIBSON, BETTY L 
GSCHEIOLE, MARIANNE J 
HALPERT, STUART D 
HUSSEY, WARD M 
MAGGS, ROPERT W, JR 
MAINIERI, GIULIA PAT 
MCGAHAN, SAMUEL L 
MEADE, DAVID E 
MONTAGUE, KATHLEEN M 
MOWSON, ROBERT L, JR 
NEWLANDS, BRUCE WILLIAM 
NORDHAUS, ROBERT R 
RICHARDSON, LYNNE 
SENGER, J MICHAEL 
SKINNCP, GEORGE S 
SMITH, SANDRA K 
STOLZER, PAUL E 

WEINHAGEN, ROBERT F, JR 
WILLIAMSUN, F SUSAN 
WILSON, WILLIAM S, JR 
YOUNG, ROGER OONALD 



ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 18,000.00 

LAW ASSISTANT, FROM SEPT. 1 5,000.00 

LAW ASSISTANT, TO JULY 31 AND 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL, FROM AUG. 1 10,166.65 

LAW ASSISTANT 7,500.00 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 18,000.00 

LAW ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 1 7,500.00 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 3,583.59 

LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL, 19,999.98 

CLFPICAL TECHNICIAN, FROM NOV. 1 554.66 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 18,000.00 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 5,610.33 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 4,961.83 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 8,839.50 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 11,453.72 

DEPUTY LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL, 18,000.00 

LAW ASSISTANT, TO NOV. 30 6,273.05 

ASSISTANT CLFRK, FROM OCT. 5 1,887.21 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 8,884.36 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 15,852.26 

LAW ASSISTANT, FROM AUG. 1 6,250.00 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 18,000.00 

CLFRICAL TECHNICAN, 2,474.67 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 14,677.46 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 4,163.30 

LAW ASSISTANT, 8,337.96 

ASST COUNSEL, 18,000.00 

ASSISTANT CLFRK, 5,984.03 

CLERICAL TECHNICIAN, FROM OCT. 5 TO 

OCT. 6 18.49 

LAW ASSISTANT, 8,337.96 

FILE CLERK, 3,250.02 

CLFRK, '.... 11,187.54 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 14,402.31 



162 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE 



BAXLEY, MILDRED P STAFF ASSISTANT, 

COONS, NANCY C STAFF ASST, TO JULY 15 

FARMARCO, DORIS LUCRE STAFF ASSISTANT, 

MAGINNISS, BERTHA W STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 16 

SHAW, MARY P STAFF ASSISTANT, 

SWISCHER, DOPISR STAFF ASSISTANT, 

WATSON, BERT ALLAN STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 1 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES 

3ECK, ROSE C SECRETARY, 

BOVA, JOYCE C SECRETARY, 

CANTUS, H HOLLISTER PROF STAFF MBR, 

LALLY, JOHN F ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 

MOORE, SALLY A SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 

RANSOM, RICHARD A PROF STAFF MEMBER, 

REDDAN, JOHN T M COUNSEL, SUBCOMMI TTEE , 

RIVERS, L MENDEL, JR CLERICAL STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM SEPT. 9 

TO NOV. 20 

SAUNDERS, SANFORD T SECURITY OFFICER, 

SHORT, WILLIAM B, JR CLERICAL STAFF ASST, 

TOLERTON, ADELINE CLERK, 

TROWBRIDGE, DIANE W SECRETARY, 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY 

ALLEN, ROSE MARIE ASST CLERK, FROM JULY 26 

BARNES, RICHARD C ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM JULY 1 

BOYLE, TERRENCE MINORITY COUNSEL, 

BRAUNSTEIN, HARVEY PROFESSIONAL STAFF MBR, TO NOV. 2 .... 

CHAILLET, L MARIF MINORITY SECRETARY, 

CLARKSON, WANDA JEAN SECRETARY, 

COUCH, DAVIS COUNSEL, FROM NOV. 1 

DARISTA, JANE W RESEARCH ASSISTANT, 

DOUGHERTY, DOLORES K RESEARCH ASSOCIATE, 

DRIGGERS, SUSAN E SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 15 

ELEY, PATRICIA A ASSISTANT CLERK, 

FERGUSON, ALLEN R ECONOMIST, TO JULY 15 

FOWKES, CAROLE ANN SECRETARY, TO JULY 7 

GLICK, DAVID COUNSEL, 

GROSS, GEORGE COUNSEL, 

HIGHTOWER, EMILY M SECRETARY, 

HITZ, HELEN ADM ASST, 

HOFF, LINDA LEAH SECRETARY, 

HOLMES, MARY ANN SECRFTARY, FROM AUG. 1 TO OCT. 31 .... 

IRELAND, CASEY MINORITY STAFF MEMBER, 

JASINSKI, JOSEPH J PROF STAFF MEMBER, 

KESFCKER, MARY HELEN SECRETARY, 

KIRK, MARY E ASSISTANT CLERK, 

LEARY, MARGARET J SECRETARY, 

LEMOV, MICHAEL R COUNSEL, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 23 

MCKEEVER, BENJAMIN B ASST COUNSEL, 

MCMURRAY, GERALD R RESEARCH ASSISTANT, 

MEEK, KELSAY R PROFESSIONAL STAFF MBR, 

MITCHELL, MILDRED S ASSISTANT CLERK, 

NEIMAN, RICHARD HOWARD ASSISTANT CLERK, 

PAYNE, CLIFFORO E, JR ASSISTANT CLERK, 

PEABODY, GAYLE L SECRETARY, 

RAYHAWK, MARGARET L RESEARCH ASSOCIATE, 

RUSS, YAN MICHAEL MINORITY STAFF MEMBER, 

SHOEMAKER, ALICIA F MINORITY STAFF SECRETARY, 

SMITH, CATHERINE M MINOPITY SECRETARY, 

SMITH, JEANNE C SECRETARY 

STABLER, ELIZABETH PROF STAFF MEMBER, 

TABAK, GARY COUNSEL, TO SEPT. 13 

THUROW, LESTER C PROFESSIONAL STAFF MBR, TO NOV. 30 ... 

TORRANCE, ROBFRT E ASSISTANT CLFRK, TO JULY 16 

WARDER, CATHERINE L SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 3 

WINN, DONALD J PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER, FROM DEC. 1 

YOUNG, DORIS M ASSISTANT CLERK, 



$8,558.16 
438.02 
6,360.36 
4,818.17 
6,360.36 
5,897.70 
5,256.18 



6,850.02 

4,774.98 

9,250.02 

14,500.02 

4,750.02 

13,300.02 

17,950.02 

720.00 
6,900.00 
7,500.00 
6,000.00 
4,662.52 



5,597.21 

10,000.02 

11,132.52 

4,575.00 

5,766.48 

5,808.06 

2,833.34 

3,665.58 

8,756.16 

1,547.70 

5,065.86 

1,500.00 

123.79 

18,000.00 

18,000.00 

7,500.00 

9,289.20 

5,204.28 

1,850.01 

18,000.00 

15,400.02 

4,496.76 

5,204.28 

9,220.32 

2,101.93 

12,499.98 

16,219.38 

13,750.02 

9,220.32 

2,925.30 

4,323.12 

4,771.08 

8,077.62 

10,722.42 

10,722.42 

4,771.08 

5,599.98 

12,499.98 

4,557.24 

15,000.00 

397.43 

1,662.51 

1,208.33 

8,522.58 



163 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER SI, 1971— Continued 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



BLANTCN, DEBORAH JANE 
BROYHILL, BROWARDINE R 
BUTLER, CAMILLE G 
HILL, TERRY D 

HOFFMANN, MARGARET G 
HOWARD, IRENE V 
LEKTRICH, PETER 
LITTLE, PAUL YATES 

MARTIN, LELIA C 
MOORE, REBECCA D 
TURLEY, WHITNEY L 
WORSHAM, WANDA MARIE 



TO AUG. 10 1722.23 

CLERK ASSISTANT, FROM NOV. 1 1,833.34 

SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 2,636.73 

PUBLIC RELATIONS (ASST CLERK), FROM 

JULY 1 TO SEPT. 30 2,750.01 

LEGISLATIVE ASST, 6,000.00 

LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 12 .. 4,694.43 

ANALYST, FROM OCT. 1 TO NOV. 30 1,333.34 

SPECIAL CONSULTANT, FROM JULY 1 TO 

SEPT. 30 5,000.01 

FILE CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 1,000.00 

RESEARCH TECHNICIAN, FROM JULY 1 6,000.00 

CLERK, 9,065.34 

SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 1 878.91 



INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR 



ABSHER, JOHN JACK 
AGREE, ANDREW M 



ALLER, CURTIS C 
AMIDON, LOUISE t 



ANDERSON, 
ANDRINGA, 



VANCE J 
ROBERT C 



ANSHELES, CAROLE J 

BALDWIN, GOLDIE A 
BALTRYM, ARTHUR R 

BARKER, DEAN GREGORY 

BEAUMONT, JEUNESSE M 
BOWFN, LORETTA A 
BROWN, MARGARET SUE 
CABLE, WILLIAM H 

CORNETT, ELIZABETH A 
CORNWELL, LFLIA T 
CRUD'JP, JANE E 

DANNENHAUEP, MERCEDES 
DAVIS, NANCY L 
DRYDEN, STEPHEN J 
DUFFY, HUGH G 
DUNCAN, JACK G 
FEDER, HARRY M 
FIELDS, ADRIENNE 
FINKE, LOUISE W 



FRANKL IN, ALFRED C 
FRANKLIN, GEORGE A 
GASKINS, EYDIE 
GrRBE», THOMAS J 
GERHARDT, ANITA M 
GFRSON, BARBARA 
GIBBONS, KATHEPINt C 
GLEICHNER, GLORIA 

GORDON, SCOTT LHORMEP 
GREENBERG, DANIEL A 

H^BEREK, JUDITH 
HARRISON, JAMES B 
HILLENMEYER, ERNFST B 
HOGAN, HAORY J 
HONICK, E"K 
JENNINGS, JOHN F 
JOLIVETTE, SUPHI4 JO 
KEENEY, THTMAS C 

KENDR ICK, KAK IN MARIE 
KFNNAN, CHRISTOPHER J 



ASST CLERK, FROM JULY 7 TO JULY 31 ... 380.00 
ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM AUG. I TO SEPT. 

30 950.00 

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR, TO SEPT. 22 8,200.00 

ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 

31 400.00 

COUNSEL, FROM NOV. 1 3,333.34 

MINORITY LEGIS ASSOC, TO SEPT. 30 AND 

MINORITY STAFF DIRECTOR, FROM OCT. 12 

TO OCT. 31 8,740.35 

ASSISTANT CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM 

DEC. 20 1,124.17 

LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, 7,800.00 

ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM AUG. 9 TO SEPT. 

22 AND LEGISLATIVE ASST, FROM SEPT. 23 2,840.00 

ASSISTANT CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND FROM 

OCT. I TO OCT. 4 538.33 

CLERK, 8,052.48 

CLERK, 7,281.00 

SPECIAL ASSISTANT, FROM NOV. 15 1,788.89 

LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, TO SEPT. 30 AND 

COUNSEL, FROM OCT. 1 9,150.00 

AA £ SECY TO CHIEF CLERK, 8,755.98 

ADM ASST £ SECRETARY, 7,800.00 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM AUG. 1 TO 

SEPT. 6 720.00 

CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 1,193.56 

SECRETARY, 4,999.98 

ASST CLERK, TO JULY 31 475.00 

COUNSEL, 12,623.52 

COUNSEL, 11,954.67 

ASST CLERK, TO JULY 5 79.17 

CLK t ADM ASST, 7,882.02 

SECRETARY, MINORITY, TO SEPT. 30 AND 
ASST TO MINORITY STAFF DIR, FROM OCT. 

1 7,192.98 

COUNSEL, FROM SEPT. 9 6,222.24 

ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM SEPT. 1 1,076.67 

ADMIN. ASSISTANT, 7,800.00 

ASSISTANT CLERK, 6,510.50 

MIN. RESEARCH ASST., 6,115.98 

ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 500.00 

RESEARCH ASST, 7,200.00 

ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM OCT. 12 TO OCT. 

13 50.00 

ASST CLERK, TO JULY 31 475.00 

STAFF ASSISTANT, FPOM JULY 1 TO AUG. 

15 2,250.00 

STENOGRAPHER, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 14 . 762.67 

STAFF DIRECTOR, 13,150.02 

ASST CLERK, TO JULY 31 475.00 

LEGAL COUNSEL, TO DEC. 21 11,874.98 

STAFF ASSISTANT, FPOM DEC. 1 750.00 

COUNSEL, 12,486.44 

SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 15 TO 

SEPT. 30 1,247.77 

JUNIOR RFSEARCHER, FROM SEPT. 13 1,950.01 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM DEC. 1 650.00 



164 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR - CONTINUED 



KINGt JOAN MARIE ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 

KIRKGASIER, SALLY K RESEARCH ASST, 

KISLA, ALEXANDRA J CLERK, 

KOTERSKI, CAROL E RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM AUG. 1 TO 

AUG. 31 

KRIVIT, DANIEL H COUNSEL, 

LADNIER, CATHERINE RESEARCH ASST, 

LAVOR, MARTIN L MINORITY LEGISLATIVE ASSOC, 

LIPPMAN, S G SPECIAL COUNSEL, AND FROM FEB. 1 

LLOYD-JONES, DAVID A RESEARCH STAFF ASSISTANT, TO NOV. 30 . 

LORD, THORN P RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM DEC. 1 

MAYNARD, MATTIE L RESEARCH ASSISTANT, 

MCANDREW, MARY RESEARCH COORDINATOR, 

MCATEER, JULIE D STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM NOV. 21 

MELILLO, DIANE ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM OCT. 1 TO OCT. 

31 

MILLER, JOHN C MIN ASSOC COUNSEL/LABOR, 

MILLER, W KENNETH ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 

MILLS, SHIRLEY R SECRETARY, 

MITCHELL, COLLEEN ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM OCT. 12 TO OCT. 

16 

MOIR, BRUCE D RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 1 TO 

AUG. 13 

NEWBOULD, PFTER E ASSISTANT CLERK, TO JULY 31 AND FROM 

SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 15 

ORTH, CHRISTINE MARIE ASSISTANT CLERK, 

OWENS, ANN NICHOLSON STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 18 

PAINTER, TONI E SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 

PETERS, BRADLEY GENE ASSISTANT CLEPK, TO JULY 31 

PINKARO, DAVID ASST CLERK, TO AUG. 15 

POLLITT, DANIEL H SPECIAL COUNSEL, 

POLLITT, PHOEBE ASST CLERK, TO AUG. 8 

PUTNAM, DAVID S STAFF ASST TO THF ASSOC GEN.C, 

RAUTKE, BARBARA ANNE ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM OCT. I TO OCT. 

12 

RISDON, ANNE WM ASSISTANT CLERK, TO AUG. 31 AND FROM 

DEC. 1 

RISDON, MARTHA D ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM DEC. 27 

RODRIGUEZ, SILVIA J SECRETARY, MINORITY, 

ROMANO, CATHERINE R RESEARCH ASST, 

SCHOTT, PETER ASSISTANT CLERK, 

SHAW, DAVID S ASST CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 ... 

SHULER, MARY L SECRETARY, 

SKOFIFLD, WILLIAM H ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 

31 

SMOKEVITCH, JOHN M MINORITY COUNSEL, FROM DEC. 15 

SPEIGHT, BARNEY H STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 ... 

STEPHENS, CARROLL U ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 TO NOV. 

30 

STRUNK, DOROTHY L SECRETARY, 

SULLAM, BRIAN ELIOT ASSISTANT CLERK, TO AUG. 15 AND 

JUNIOR RESEARCHER, FROM SEPT. 14 

SULLIVAN, KATHLEEN M ASST CLEPK, FROM SEPT. 1 

TAYLOR, DENNIS J ASSOCIATE COUNSEL-MINORITY, TO OCT. 31 

AND FROM DEC. 1 

TEETS, ELNORA HELEN CLERK, 

TERHORST, MARGARET F ASSISTANT CLERK, TO AUG. 20 

THOMSON, JEANNE E LEGISLATIVE ASSISTANT, 

TOWER, MARK LESLIE ASSISTANT CLERK, TO JULY 31 

VAGLEY, ROBERT E DIRECTOR, 

VANTURE, PAUL S STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 1 

WALKER, GLADYS M CLERK, 

WARREN, JOHN EVERETT JUNIOR RESEARCHER, TO AUG. 31 AND 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM SEPT. 1 

WEIS3FRG, SUSAN L ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM OCT. 12 TO OCT. 

18 

ZAPPALA, CHARLES R ASSISTANT CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS 

ABBRUZZESb, PETER A STAFF CONSULTANT, TO SEPT. 30 

ATWATER, ARLENE M STAFF ASST, 

BENSON, MFLVIN STAFF CONSULTANT, 



$400.00 
6,000.00 
7,945.19 

500.00 

13,312.98 

3,933.35 

13,674.00 

4,882.02 

5,150.40 

625.00 

600.00 
4,562.15 

780.00 

100.00 

14,500.02 

600.00 

7,800.00 

125.00 

388.19 

487.50 
3,791.67 
1,662.77 
2,422.00 

375.00 

712.50 
4,666.98 

411.67 
4,857.00 

40.00 

1, 166.66 
72.22 

4,771.02 

4,505.52 

3,522.00 

475.00 



6,526.02 

475.00 

888.89 

1,300.00 

200.00 
6,115.98 

2,139.17 
2,333.32 



,88 
,00 
.67 



9,678. 

6,000. 

541, 

9,547.50 

375.00 

15,495.00 

7,500.00 

4,291.65 

4,860.00 

140.00 
1,083.34 



6,000.00 
4,833.35 
14,876.16 



165 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS - CONTINUED 



BERDES, GEORGE R 

BIERMAN, EVERETT E 
BOETTCHERt ROBERT B 
BUTCHER, GOLFR TEAL 
CLEMENT, AUDRAY LEE 
COWELL, KENNETH W 
DONNEL, CATHERINE ANN 

FINLEY, ROBERT MICHAEL 
FURNIER, SHIRLEY A 
HACKETT, CLIFFORD P 
HILL, EMMA WILLIS 
KREMPOSKY, ALBERT F 
KUWIK, BERNADETTE M 
LEVY, CHARLES S 
LLOYD, HENRY M 

SCHUPP, FRANKLIN J 
SHIRKEY, THELMA H 
SNYDER, CHARLES W 
SPARKS, RAY 
VANDUSEN, MICHAEL H 
WITTER, CHARLES P 

WYNN, DONNA GAIL 



SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF CONSULTANT, FROM 

SEPT. 8 47,847.21 

STAFF CONSULTANT, 14,157.36 

SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF CONSULTANT, 11,250.00 

SUBCOMM STAFF CONSULTANT, 12,499.98 

STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 21 2,916.67 

CLERICAL ASSISTANT, TO OCT. 31 3,220.68 

STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 18 TO OEC. 

12 1,604.17 

SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF CONSULTANT, 10,350.00 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 6,499.98 

SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF CONSULTANT, 12,499.98 

SPECIAL ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 13 668.89 

SPECIAL ASST, TO AUG. 31 933.34 

STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 28 4,462.50 

SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF CONSULTANT, 10,000.02 

SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF CONSULTANT, FROM 

DEC. 1 2,083.33 

STAFF CONSULTANT 17,932.92 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 4,858.00 

CLERICAL ASSISTANT, FROM NOV. 29 853.33 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 9,013.68 

SUBCOMM STAFF CONSULTANT, 10,000.02 

STF MBR SPEC STUDIES SUB COMM., TO 

NOV. 30 8,333.35 

STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM DEC. 22 212.50 



INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS 



BAKER, MABEL COLLIER 
BAYNARD, ERNEST C 
BUCKLEY, JEREMIAH S 
BUHLER, WARREN BAXTER 
CAMERON, JANE G 
CLESNER, HERSCHEL F 

CORNISH, NORMAN G 
OAHLIN, DOUGLAS G 
DAVENPORT, SHIRLEY A 
DOOSON, JOHN L 
DOTY, MARTHA M 
DOTY, RALPH T 
FINNEGAN, DAVID B 
GOLDBERG, DELPHIS C 
GOLDHAMMER, GILBERT S 
GOLDHAMMER, MARGARET M 
GROSS, MICHAEL B 
GYORY, JAMES L 
HAGA, MARY ETTA 
HENDERSON, ELMER W 
HIGGINBOTHAM, LYNNE 
HORSMON, PAMELA R 
HUMRER, ELYNOR 
INDRITZ, PHINEAS 
INTRIAGO, CHARLES A 
JOHNSON, JANE F 
JOHNSON, VERONICA B 
JONES, MARY GEORGE 
KOEBERLEIN, CATHERINE 
LANDS8ERG, JEAN E 
LUMAN, JOSEPH C 
MALONI, WILLIAM R 
MILEK, MARY ELIZABETH 
MOORE, WILEEN 

MUTINO, PAUL ANTHONY 
NAUGHTON, JAMES R 
NICOLAS, VERONIKA K 
PHILLIPS, WILLIAM G 
RIDGELY, JOHN PAUL 
RUBIN, GLORIA ANN 
SAUNDERS, THOMAS H 
SCHEIBER, JOSEPHINE 
STEPHENS, C DON 



STAFF MEMBER, TO JULY 15 431.52 

STAFF ADMINISTRATOR, 15,528.66 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 6,250.02 

MINORITY STAFF MBR, 9,000.00 

SECRETARY, 4,000.02 

COUNSEL, SPEC STUDIES SUB/C, TO SEPT. 

30 7,112.13 

DEPUTY STAFF DIRECTOR, 15,528.66 

STAFF ATTORNEY-MIL. OPER., 11,680.38 

SECTY, TO DEC. 12 3,824.98 

CLERICAL STAFF, TO NOV. 30 4,279.25 

CLERK, 4,500.00 

CLERICAL STAFF, 3,674.28 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 12,726.84 

PROF STAFF MEMBER, 15,528.66 

CONSULTANT, 10,122.66 

CLERK, 4,196.82 

LEGAL ASSISTANT, TO DEC. 3 5,967.15 

INVESTIGATOR, FROM AUG. 2 6,001.37 

CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, 4,999.98 

COUNSEL, 16,219.38 

CLERK STENOGRAPHER 6,955.20 

CLERK STENOGRAPHER, 4,999.98 

SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 1 1,416.66 

COUNSEL, 15,528.66 

ASST COUNSEL. 10,342.14 

SECRETARY, TO OCT. 20 2,597.21 

CLERK, 7,810.62 

SECRETARY, 4,249.98 

RESEARCH ASSISTANT, 8,015.28 

STENOGRAPHER, FROM JULY 19 TO AUG. 31 991.73 

DEFENSE ANALYST, 11,021.27 

PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER, TO AUG. 31 3,459.42 

SECRETARY, 3,750.00 

STENOGRAPHER, TO OCT. 31 AND CLERK, 

FROM NOV. 1 3,962.30 

COUNSEL, 9,250.02 

COUNSEL, 15,528.66 

STENOGRAPHER, FROM SEPT. 20 2,384.88 

SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF DIRECTOR, 15,528.66 

INVESTIGATOR, 10,413.54 

CLERK, 4,351.08 

MINORITY STF MBR, 8,611.56 

RESEARCH ANAYLST, 7,997.52 

RESEARCH ANALYST, 10,397.70 



166 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS - CONTINUED 



STEWART, ERSKINE 
STILL, RICHARD L 
TURK, FRANCES M 
WALLICK, RUTH M 
WASSERMAN, JACOB N 
WHITTINGTON, HAROLD 
ZINGER, CLEM L 



ACTING SUBC STAFF DIRECTOR, $9,895.08 

SUBCOMMITTEE STAFF DIRFCTOR, 13,750.02 

CLERK, A, 999. 98 

STENOGRAPHER, FROM JULY I 5,875.38 

COUNSEL, 14,282.82 

PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER, 7,762.41 

PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER, FROM AUG. 2 5,790.54 



INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON HOUSE ADMINISTRATION 

ARROWSMITH, CHARLES N SYSTEMS ANALYST, 

BOHATCH, COLFTTE KAY ASSISTANT CLFRK, 

BOOS, JOHN L CLERK SUBCOM-LIB. K MEMORIALS, 

6RAZEAL, DAVID L SENIOR PROGRAMMER, FROM DEC. 1 

BURCK, RORERT A ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM JULY 1 

BURNS, JOSEPH L SENIOR SYSTEMS SPECIALIST, FROM JULY 

12 

BUSSEN, PAMELA M ASST CLERK, 

CANDLER, BENJAMIN R PROGRAMMER, FROM DEC. 1 

FOSTER, THOMAS S, SR ASSISTANT CLERK, 

GAUJOT, DIANNA SUE ASST CLK, TO JULY 15 

GAUTHIER, ANTOINETTE P CLERK TYPIST, FROM DEC. 1 

GIBSON, CHERYL L ASSISTANT CLFRK, FROM NOV. 29 

GILL, BETTY ULAINE KEY PUNCH OPERATOR, FROM DEC. 1 

GLAUBERMAN, STEVEN L ASSISTANT CLERK, TO AUG. 31 

GUNTER, TIMOTHY E COMPUTER OPERATOR, FROM DEC. 1 

HART, THOMAS J PRINTING CLERK, 

HILL, WILLIAM R SENIOR PROJECT LEADER, FROM DEC. 1 ... 

HOLES, JUDITH KAY ASSISTANT CLERK (C), 

HUFF, KENT W MANAGER OF OPERATIONS, FROM DEC. 1 ... 

JAYNES, GURNEY S ASSISTANT CLERK, FPOM JULY 1 

KAISER, CHARLES R ASST CLERK, TO AUG. 13 

LAOD, PHILLIP B INFORMATION SYSTEMS SPECIALIST, FROM 

DEC. 1 

LAMB, BETTY R ASSISTANT CLERK, 

LASSER, DANIEL W MG» ANALYSIS € PROGRAMMING, FROM DEC. 

6 

LATHAM, THOMAS W CHIEF CLERK, 

LEA, DOUGLASS PRINTING CLERK, TO NOV. 19 

LEWIS, BARBARA D ASSISTANT CLERK, 

LUCAS, YOHANNA ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM OCT. 27 

MALLONFE, RONALD M PROGRAMMER, FROM DEC. 1 

MERRICK, CURTIS L SYSTEMS PROGRAMMER, FROM DEC. 20 

MILLER, CORBIN R, JR TO AUG. 31 

MOFFITT, CHARLES T ASST CLERK, FROM SEPT. 27 

MORRIS, IRENE J KEY PUNCH OPERATOR, FROM DEC. 1 

MUMMA, ROBERTS J COMPUTER CONSOLE OPERATOR, FROM DEC. I 

PAKA, VINCENT J ASSISTANT CLFRK (PRINTING), FR.OM NOV. 

2 9 

PATTRIDGF, LYNNE E ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM NOV. 1 

ROBINSON, STUART M INFORMATION SYSTEMS SPECIALIST, FROM 

DEC. 7 

SHAR", RFTTY J ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM SEPT. I 

SMITH, KATHPYN A SYSTEM ANALYST, FROM DEC. 1 

STCLAIR, NOAH M PROGRAMMED, FROM OFC. 1 

STRAW, SAIJNDRA M ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM SEPT. 20 

SULLIVAN, FRANK, JR ASSISTANT CLERK, FROM SEPT. 7 TO OCT. 

7 

TANGRETTI, THOMAS A ASST CLERK, 

TOLSON, JOHN PAUL ASST CLERK, 

TOMANIO, MICHAEL SENIOR PROGRAMMER, FROM DEC. 1 

WATTERSON, EARL INFORMATION SYSTEMS SPECIALIST, FROM 

NOV. 11 

WHITEKO, MARLENE F ASSISTANT CLEPK, TC SEPT. 3 

WILKIE, CURTIS CARTER LEGIS ASST (PRINTING), TO SEPT. 30 ... 

YOUNGBLOOD, VELMA T ASSISTANT CLERK, 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE CN INTEPIOR AND INSULAR AFFAIRS 

BECKER, MARSTON L PRINTING CLEPK, 

CONKLIN, CHAPLES P SP COUNSEL PUB LNDS/ENV MTRS 

DROTOS, BERTHA D CLFRK, FROM NOV. 1 

GADDIS, EDWARD MESSENGER, 



9,499.98 
3,083.33 
7,833.32 
1,143.58 

6,000.00 

12,440.26 

2,899.98 

1,005.17 

9,007.08 

304.76 

600.00 

702.22 

671.17 

899.17 

858.00 

2,627.10 

1,295.00 

6, 124.98 

1,143.58 

6,250.02 

430.00 

1,628.83 
6,250.02 

1,597.23 
8,125.02 
5,096.67 

5,500.02 

1,600.00 

858.00 

534.72 

1,000.00 

4,438.90 

649.67 

700.00 

1,066.67 
1,500.00 

1,433.34 
2,666.68 
1,005.17 
1,005.17 
1,823.62 

1,214.17 
8,325.00 
3,000.00 
1,200.00 

2,638.88 
1,050.00 
3,525.00 
5,083.32 



8,500.02 

16,000.02 

1,666.66 

4,999.98 



167 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON INTERIOR ANP INSULAR AFFAIRS - CONTINUED 



JAPVIS, INEZ H 
LANE, MARSHA L 
LARSON, NANCY LOU 
THOMAS, WILLIAM G 
WADDELL, MIRIAM L 
WEIDENFELD, EDWARD 



CLERK, 

CLERK, 

CLERK, 

CONSULTANT/TFP.R AFFAIRS, 

CLFRK, 

COUNSEL ON ENERGY MATTERS, FROM DEC. 1 



$7,500.00 
6,750.00 
6,750.00 

14,500.02 
7,000.02 
2,416.67 



INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE CN INTERNAL SECURITY 



APPFLL, VICTORIA R 
ARMSTRONG, GEORGE C 
BAGWELL, BARBARA B 
BECK, MARTHA MOON 
BELBACK, PATRICIA A 
BIGGERSTAFF, MARGIE D 
BONNEVILLE, CHARLES L 
BUTLER, DANIEL 
COIL, S JANICE 
CROCITTO, RUTH ANN 
DANIELS, SUSAN KAY 
DOYLE, FLORENCE B 
EDINGER, ELIZABETH L 
FERRY, DANIEL R 
FOY, ANDREA T 
GALLAGHER, JAMES L 
GITTINGS, HELEN M 
HARRISON, SHEILA 
HECHT, WILLIAM H 
HURWITZ, ISOBEL 
IVORY, LEO WILLIAM, JR 
JAECK, DORIS R 
JAMES, MILOPED V 
KELLER, JOAN L 
LEWIS, JOHN F 
MAGGIO, ANITA SARAH 
MASINO, VIRGINIA 
MUFFLEY, DAVID E, JR 
NORUSIS, R ICHARD R 
ONTRICH, MAUREEN P 
PFAFF, ALMA T 
PIXLEY, PEGGY F 
POOLE, WILLIAM T 
POOS, ROBERT 
POTT, STUART 
RIGG, OAVID H 
ROLLINS, AUDREY L 
ROMFRSTEIN, HERBERT 
ROMINES, S H 
RUSSELL, KAREN SUE 
SHAW, RICHARD A 
SOLOMON, ALBERT H, JR 
SPENCER, JEANNE L 
SPIRT, LINDA E 
STRATTON, JOHN N 
SWEENY, BARBARA C 
THACH, JOSEPH E, JR 
WATSON, FRANCIS M, JR 



CLFRK, TO AUG. 22 693.33 

INVESTIGATOR, 7,249.98 

INFORMATION CLASSIFIER, FROM SEPT. 20 1,823.62 

INFORMATION CLASSIFIFP, TO JULY 23 ... 441.02 

STENOGRAPHER, 4,249.98 

SECRETARY, 5,046.78 

INVESTIGATOR, 7,953.00 

ASSISTANT DOCUMENT CLERK, 4,996.68 

SECRETARY, 5,731.86 

INFORMATION ANALYST, 3,813.72 

INFORMATION ANALYST, 4,411.08 

SECRETARY, 4,788.18 

EDITOR, 7,748.34 

ASST COUNSEL, 9,280.62 

INFORMATION CLASSIFIER, 3,250.02 

RESEARCH ANALYST, 8,220.00 

RESEARCH ANALYST, 8,915.40 

CLERK-TYPIST, 3,250.02 

EXECUTIVE STAFF ASSISTANT, TO NOV. 30 12,291.65 

INFORMATION CLASSIFIER, 3,563.70 

ASST DOCUMENTS CLERK, 3,093.00 

INFORMATION ANALYST, 5,057.22 

CLERK TYPISTS, 3,546.72 

SECRETARY, 5,146.02 

COORDINATING EDITOR, 13,780.98 

CLERK, 3,250.02 

RECEPTIONIST, 4,248.24 

DOCUMENT CLERK, 4,882.44 

INVESTIGATOR, FROM OCT. 9 3,530.57 

INFORMATION ANALYST, 4,445.34 

RESEARCH ANALYST, 5,525.77 

EDITORIAL CLERK, 5,057.22 

RESEARCH ANALYST, 6,883.20 

RESEARCH ANALYST, 9,280.62 

INVESTIGATOR, 6,456.36 

INFORMATION CLASSIFIER, TO AUG. 15 ... 600.00 

SECRETARY, 4,513.92 

INVESTIGATOR, TO SEPT. 30 4,261.29 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL, TO SEPT. 30 4,640.31 

INFORMATION CLASSIFIER, 3,563.70 

INVESTIGATOR, 8,774.22 

INVESTIGATOR, 10,000.02 

STENOGRAPHER 4,249.98 

SECRETARY, 4,848.41 

INVESTIGATOR, 7,953.00 

CLERK STENOGRAPHER, 4,376.82 

RESEARCH ANALYST, 7,999.98 

RESEARCH SPECIALIST, FROM DEC. 15 .... 917.33 



INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND FOREIGN COMMERCE 



BARRETT, MICHAEL F, JR 
BOUCHARD, ANNFTTE M 
BRODEP, JAMES F 
BULLARD, BARBARA L 
CARY, WILLIAM L 

CONNOR, JAMES R 
DODGE, SYLVIA S 
DRUHAN, WILLIAM T 
DUBINO, HELEN M 
DUFF, MICHAEL J 
EASTMAN, ELIZABETH A 
ELEY, RANDALL R 



ATTORNEY, 12,712.89 

CLERICAL ASSISTANT, FROM DEC. 2 725.00 

SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 13,427.55 

CLERICAL ASST, MIN, 6,211.92 

SPECIAL CONSULTANT, FROM JULY 1 TO 

JULY 31 3,000.00 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 13,065.30 

CLERICAL ASST, TO SEPT. 15 2,333.33 

STAFF ASST/INVESTIGATIONS, 14,090.46 

STAFF ASST, MIN, 14,731.91 

STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 1? ... 3,400.00 

CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 6,630.90 

INTERN, TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 



168 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31. 1971— Continued 



INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE ANO FOREIGN COMMERCE - CONTINUED 

FISHER, JUDITH B CLERICAL ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 18 $2,230.56 

FLUES, BARBOURA C CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 5,500.02 

GRAHAM, WALTER J, JR STAFF ASSISTANT, 12,872.52 

GREENE, HENRY THOMAS MINORITY STAFF ASSISTANT, 10,000.02 

KELLEY, JOSEPH T MESSENGER, TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

KIRCHENBAUER, DIANE G CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 5,749.98 

LANTZ, LINDA F CLERICAL ASSISTANT (MINORITY), FROM 

AUG. 1 3,676.70 

LAWTON, STEPHAN E STAFF ASSISTANT, 12,872.52 

LEBBON, ANNE P CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 4,450.02 

LEMOV, MICHAEL R COUNSEL, FROM AUG. 1 10,727.10 

MANELLI, DANIEL J ACTING CHIEF COUNSEL/INV, 16,000.02 

MCCARTHY, VIOLET M CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 5,889.00 

MCGRATH, ALBERT J SPECIAL ASST, FROM AUG. 9 5,601.09 

MCMULLEN, OARLENE G CLERICAL ASSISTANT MIN, 4,033.98 

MOSHER, RUSSELL D STAFF ASST/ INVEST I GATI UNS , 5,238.84 

PAINTER, WILLIAM HALL SPECIAL COUNSEL, 17,500.00 

PAOLA, ELIZABETH G CLERICAL ASST/ I NVE ST IGAT I ONS , 7,422.00 

PARKER, MICHAEL J ATTORNEY, 10,999.98 

QUINN, JUDITH ANN CLERICAL ASST, FROM JULY 19 3,824.98 

RAABE, MARK J ATTORNEY, 12,943.48 

ROWEN, HARVEY A STAFF ATTORNEY, FROM AUG. 1 9,375.00 

SCHRAM, A RENNETT MINORITY STAFF ASST, 10,000.02 

SHUMAKER, DENNIS C CLERICAL ASSISTANT, 3,716.52 

SMETHURST, BENJAMIN M SPECIAL ASSISTANT, 14,090.46 

STERN, RORERT L SPECIAL CONSULTANT, FROM JULY 27 11,763.91 

SWEENEY, ROBERT P STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 31 1,833.34 

TAYLOR, MICHAEL A STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 2,145.42 

TRETTER, DIANE R CLERICAL ASST (MIN), TO JULY 31 779.46 

VASILLOPULOS, C STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM JULY 6 TO AUG. 9 1,086.11 

WOOD, JUDITH ANNE CLERICAL ASST, 4,750.02 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY 

BELL, JOANNE E CLERICAL STAFF, 3,843.46 

CHELLMAN, PEARL L CLERICAL STAFF, 4,999.98 

CHILES, ODIA R SUMMER INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

COHEN, DANIFL L ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 6,583.32 

DALLEY, GEORGE A ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 9,250.02 

EGLIT, HOWARD ASSISTANT COUNSEL, FROM OCT. 1 5,000.01 

ENDRES, ARTHUR P, JR ASST COUNSEL, 7,000.02 

FARR, JAMES B MESSENGER-CLERK, 3,275.02 

FRANK, MATTHEW MICHAEL SUMMER INTFRN, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 13 430.00 

GAFFNEY, MARY SHEA CLERICAL STAFF, 4,675.83 

GARRISON, SAMUEL A, III ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, 9,499.98 

GOLDMAN, DAVID J SUMMER INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

HAAROT, ALMA B CLERICAL STAFF, 6,369.06 

HAMLIN, ALICE F CLERICAL STAFF, TO OCT. 10 2,166.67 

HOFFMAN, HERBFRT E COUNSEL, 17,250.00 

JACKSON, ALICE M CLERICAL STAFF, FROM SEPT. 27 2,219.43 

JOHNSON, FLORENCE C CLERICAL STAFF, 4,770.00 

JOSEPH, ALFRED S, III ASST COUNSEL, FROM JULY 1 9,250.02 

KAHN, JUDITH B CLERICAL STAFF, 3,709.98 

KELEMONICK, MICHAEL CLERICAL STAFF, 6,718.20 

MCGRADY, FLORENCE T CLERICAL STAFF, 6,718.20 

MOONEY, THOMAS E ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 10,500.00 

PAULEY, ROGER A ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, TO JULY 31 2,500.00 

POLK, FRANKLIN G ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, 15,000.00 

PRATT, RUTH T CLERICAL STAFF, 5,500.02 

SOURWINE, MARY G CLERICAL STAFF, 6,600.00 

TAKATA, KEITH A SUMMER INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 600.00 

TISCHBEIN, ANNELIE E CLERICAL STAFF, 4,750.02 

VANCE, LOUIS S MESSENGER, 4,719.66 

VIENER, NANCY L CLERK, TO AUG. 16 332.23 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE CN MERCHANT MARINE ANO FISHERIES 

BARNES, NORMAN MICHAEL INVESTIGATOR, 5,065.86 

DICKERSHN, PAULINE M SECRETARY . 7,775.04 

GERSH, MARK RESEARCH ASST, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 1,000.00 

HEATER, ELIZABETH D STAFF ASST, FROM OCT. I 3,249.99 

HEYWARD, FRANCIS D COUNSEL, 13,000.02 

HOFFMAN, RUTH I ASST CLERK, 4,999.98 



169 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON MERCHANT MARINE AND FISHERIES - CONTINUED 



LAROCCA, JAMES L CLERK-SUBCCM ON PANAMA CANAL, FROM 

NOV. 1 

MOHLEP, ELEANOR P 

NEVITT, BETTY ANN SECRETARY, FROM JULY I 

POTTER, FRANK M, JR COUNSEL, 

SANTO, ALFRED RONALD ASST COUNSEL, 

SUDOW, ELLEN L RESEARCH ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

SUMMERS, LUCYE L SECRETARY, 

WATT, DONALD A EDITOR, 

WATT, RONALD ASSISTANT CLERK, 

WOJCIK, JANE C SECRETARY, 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON POST OFFICE AND CIVIL SERVICE 

ARTZ, DAVID J INTERN, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 31 , 

BARTON, RICHARD STAFF ASST, 

BATES, KATHRYN E SECRETARY, 

BEBICK, JOAN E SECRETARY, TO JULY 1 

BETHEA, BARBARA FAYE JR STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 1 

BLACKMORE, RUBY MARINA STAFF ASST, TO JULY 31 

BORGER, OEANNE L SECRETARY, 

BROWN, LORRAINE L SECRFTARY 

CAMHI, STANLEY A INTERN, FROM NOV. 1 

CIARAVELLA, JO ANN SECRETARY, 

COULTRAP, RAY H STAFF ASST. MIN., 

DEVLIN, RALPH J STAFF ASST/RET , I NS , HB SUB/C, 

DIAMOND, ELAINE L SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 1 

EISEN, ESTELLE F SECRETARY, FROM JULY 19 TO NOV. 7 .... 

FENSTERMACHER, FREDR1C INTERN, TO AUG. 9 

FERDON, JULIE SUMMER INTERN, TO AUG. 31 

FINDLEY, THOMAS W STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 1 

FUSSELL, GLENDA J SECRETARY, 

GABUSI, JOHN STAFF ASSISTANT, 

GOULD, GEORGE B STAFF ASST, 

GRIFFITH, THOMAS BEALL SUMMER INTERN, TO AUG. 31 

HARDING, DELOIS SECRETARY, 

HITCHCOCK, JOHN E INTERN, TO AUG. 9 

HOWARD, ALTON M PRINTING EDITOR, 

JACOVITZ, RICHARD H INTERN, FROM NOV. 1 

KENNEDY, THOMAS R STAFF ASSISTANT, 

MEYER, ROBERT JAMES SUMMER INTERN, TO AUG. 22 

MILLER, MICHAEL D SUMMER INTERN, TO AUG. 29 

MOORE, ROBERT M SUMMER INTERN, TO SEPT. 6 

MYERS, LOIS G SECRETARY, 

NAPIFR, MARGARET G SECRETARY, 

NEUMAN, ROBFRT A STAFF ASST 

PENDLETON, MARIA R DOCUMENT CLERK, 

PETERS, DOROTHY L ASST DOCUMENT CLERK, 

RAYM0N9, ANTHONY JOHN STAFF ASST MIN, 

SNIPES, JUSTINE P SECRETARY, 

SPENCER, WALTER A, JR INTERN, TO AUG. 9 

STEEPER, SCOTT C INTERN, FROM JULY 1 TO JULY 31 

THAYER, TED J RESEARCH ASSISTANT, FROM SEPT. 1 

WARD, SARA L SECRETARY, 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS 

BARNETT, PICHARD C MINORITY STAFF ASST, 

BOURKE, STEVEN H STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM AUG. 23 

CARRIER, JOHN P STAFF ASST, TO AUG. 15 

CLEMENTS, PEGGY LYNN STAFF ASSISTANT, 

CONSTANDY, JOHN P ASST CHIEF COUNSEL, TO AUG. 15 

CONSTANDY, PUTH TECHNICAL CONSULTANT, FROM OCT. 15 ... 

CORCORAN, WILLIAM M STAFF ASSISTANT, 

COSTELLO, PUTH S STAFF ASST, 

DAHLSTEDT, CAROL L SECRETARY, 

DAMICO, SALVATORE J ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, 

DOUGHERTY, THOMAS R STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM AUG. 1 TO AUG. 

31 AND CLERK SUBCOMM RIVERS £ HARBORS, 
FROM SEPT. 1 

DOWNIE, MARTHA E MINOPITY STAFF ASSISTANT 

EABY, JOYCE T STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 12 TO AUG. 13 .. 

EDLER, HENRY G PROJECT COORDINATOR, FROM OCT. 14 .... 



$3,000.00 
5,307.96 
4,999.98 
9,000.00 
7,999.98 
1,000.00 
6,159.60 
9,582.00 
3,375.00 
7,386.72 



283.33 

11,100.00 

6,255.00 

28.33 

1,500.00 

500.00 
5,875.02 
4,953.42 

500.00 
5,005.02 
7,099.98 
14,100.00 
1,200.00 
2,361.67 

422.50 

600.00 

2,499.99 

3,600.00 

12,510.00 

12,512.52 

600.00 
4,950.00 

422.50 
9,600.00 

500.00 
12,220.02 

693.33 

786.67 

898.33 
6,400.02 
5,400.00 
7,504.98 
8,250.00 
7,099.98 
11,749.98 
7,131.36 

422.50 

291.67 
4,666.68 
7,975.02 



5,235.00 
6,222.21 
2,250.00 
5,749.98 
4,400.00 
4,644.44 
2,599.98 
7,420.02 
6,250.02 
15,000.00 



7,500.00 

6, 750.00 

711.11 

7,058.33 



170 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC WORKS - CONTINUED 



GANUN, AGNES M 
GAUGHAN, ROSEMARI 6 

HAY, BETTY 
HILL, PATRICIA A 
ITALIANO, JOSEPH A 
JONES, BRENDA G 
JUTRO, PETER R 
KARSEBOOM, GEORGE P 
KAUSCH, EMILY B 
KEENEY, KATHRYN M 
KILEY, ELIZABETH HALL 
KNIGHTEN, SHIRLEY R 
KOPECKY, GEORGE M 
LAWRENCE, ROBERT G 
LOFTUS, ROBERT F 
LORENZ, CARL J, JR 
LYNCH, MARIE MURPHY 
MARSHALL, ROBERT G 
MAY, WALTER R 
MCCARTHY, MARGARET F 
MILLER, MACHELE J 
NOLEN, WILLIAM 
OHARA, JOHN P 
PEET, RICHARD C 
SPENCE, ROBFPT F 
STEIN, TOBY J 
VANSANT, CYNTHIA J 
VITAL I, NANCY 

WEBER, CAROL A 

WILL I AMS, LINDA L 
WILLSE, SHERMAN S 
YATES, PAUL P S 



STAFF ASSISTANT, S6.473.82 

STAFF ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 20 AND FROM 

SEPT. 8 2,004.72 

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT, 7,500.00 

MINORITY STAFF ASST, 4,999.98 

EDITORIAL ASST, 9,349.98 

MINORITY STAFF ASST, 4,500.00 

STAFF ASSISTANT, TO SEPT. 18 1,664.00 

PROFESSIONAL STAFF MEMBER, FROM NOV. 8 3,975.00 

STAFF ASSISTANT, TO JULY 11 341.30 

CHIEF CLERK, 8,850.00 

STAFF ASST, FROM SEPT. 3 2,786.10 

STAFF ASSISTANT, 6,250.02 

CHIEF INVESTIGATOR, 16,710.48 

ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, 15,586.02 

TECH STAFF ASST, 14,500.02 

ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, 15,000.00 

CLERK SUB FLOOD CON C INT DEV, 6,100.02 

CLERK, TO AUG. 31 2,207.40 

CHIEF COUNSEL, 18,000.00 

STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 13 1,733.34 

STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 2 1,977.79 

INVESTIGATOR, 10,000.02 

ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, 15,000.00 

ASST MIN COUNSEL, 15,460.86 

SUBCOMMITTEE CLERK, 8,629.38 

RESEARCH ASST, 3,745.02 

STAFF ASST, 4,249.98 

STAFF ASSISTANT, TO JULY 31 AND CLERK 

SUBCOMM BLDGS t GROUNDS, FROM AUG. 1 . 5,605.39 

STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM SEPT. 1 TO SEPT. 

30 70B.33 

MIN STAFF ASST, 5,599.98 

PROFESSIONAL STF MBR, 15,000.00 

PROF STF MBR MIN, 14,399.94 



INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE AND ASTRONAUTICS 



BOONE, WILFRED H 
DICKINSON, PHILIP P 
DUNPHY, COLLEEN P 
GIROUX, FRANCIS J 
GOULD, HAROLD A 
HINES, RICHARD PAUL 
HOLMFELD, JOHN D 
JACKSON, BARBARA JEAN 
KERNAN, ELIZABETH S 
NICHOLS, K GUILD, JR 
NUCCIARONF, A PATRICK 

OUIGLEY, DENIS C 
RATCHFURD, J THOMAS 
REES, MARTHA N 
SCHWARTZ, PATRICIA J 
WELLS, WILLIAM G, JR 



TECHNICAL CONSULTANT, 17,906.52 

TECHNICAL CONSULTANT, 14,232.66 

CLERK-TYPIST, TO SEPT. 17 898.33 

CLERK, 8,756.16 

TECHNICAL CONSULTANT, 16,416.84 

STAFF CONSULTANT, 16,416.84 

SCIENCE POLICY CONSULTANT, FROM OCT. 9 5,466.67 

SECRETARY, 4,771.08 

SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH ASST, 8,077.62 

STAFF CONSULTANT, TO SEPT. 30 4,640.31 

ASSISTANT PUBLICATIONS CLERK, FROM 

OCT. 21 933.33 

PUBLICATIONS CLERK, 7,104.90 

SCIENCE CONSULTANT, 14,893.14 

SECRETARY, 6,430.14 

SECRETARY 4,953.42 

TECH CONSULTANT, 13,663.86 



SELECT COMMITTEE ON CRIME 



ARRAMS, STEPHEN N 
ALLEN, STUART R 
APPIEBY, M IRENE 
BARBATOE, RONALD 

BECCACCIO, LIVIO I 

BEDELL, LEROY C, . 

BLOMMER, MICHAEL V 
BOYSEN, MARY R 

CANTY, MARIAN 



COLL ISON, FREDER ICK B 
COOK, MARTHA A 



PRESS ASSISTANT, TO AUG. 31 

CHIEF INVESTIGATOR, TO NOV. 30 

SECRETARY, FROM AUG. 19 

ASSISTANT COUNSEL, FROM JULY 1 TO OCT. 

31 

INVESTIGATOR, FROM JULY 26 

INVESTIGATOR, 

ASSOC CHIEF COUNSEL, FROM JULY 1 

SECRETARY TO ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, FROM 

NOV. 8 

SECY TO THE CHAIRMAN, TO SEPT. 30 AND 
STAFF ASSISTANT TO CHAIRMAN, FROM OCT. 

1 

INVESTIGATOR, 

SECRETARY, FROM SEPT. 20 



1,769.36 

11,046.00 

3,050.65 

6, 187.08 

8,611.13 

8,500.02 

13,249.98 

1,722.50 



6,104.04 
7,025.64 
2,525.00 



171 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

SELECT COMMITTEE ON CRIME - CONTINUED 



CRIBBEN, JOSEPH M ASSO CHIEF INVESTIGATOR, TO JULY 12 , 

DONOVAN, JAMES P INVESTIGATOR, FROM JULY 1 

DORY, ELSWOPTH D INVESTIGATOR, , 

DOUGLASS, MIRIAM E SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 7 , 

DOWNEY, MARY FAYE SECRETARY, FROM JULY 1 , 

DURAN, LINA MABEL SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 AND STAFF 

EXECUTIVE SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 1 .... 

EDWARDS, HAZEL K SECRETARY TO EXEC DIR, , 

GERSON, ROBERTA S SECRETARY TO THE CHIEF COUNSEL, TO 

AUG. 16 , 

GOULART, MARY M FINANCE OFFICER, , 

GREY, EVELYN SAVAGE RESEARCHER, FROM OCT. 6 

HASTINGS, DEBORAH RESEARCH ASSISTANT, TO SEPT. 6 

HESTER, PATRICIA C SECRETARY, TO OCT. 4 

LORMAN, ALVIN J INVESTIGATOR, TO AUG. 26 

MADDEN, RAPHAEL J RESEARCH ASSISTANT, 

MCKENNA, ROBERT E INVESTIGATOR, FROM JULY 26 

MORSE, HELEN JOYCE SECRETARY, FROM DEC. 8 

NOLDE, H CHRISTOPHER ASSOCIATE COUNSEL, 

OTTERS, N ROSS INVESTIGATOR, FPOM AUG. L 

PEPITO, PAUL L CHIEF COUNSEL, TO SEPT. 7 

PETIT, MICHAEL PRESS OFFICER, FROM SEPT. 15 

PHILLIPS, JOSEPH A CHIEF COUNSEL, FROM CCT. 8 

POORE, MARY G OFFICE MANAGER, TO AUG. 31 

RADDING, ANDREW ASSISTANT COUNSEL, 

REEPING, PAULINE B SECRETARY TO CHIEF COUNSEL, FROM NOV. 

2 

ROSE, JORDAN P ASST COUNSEL, TO OCT. 31 

SBARRA, THERESA A SECRETARY, FPOM OCT. 4 : 

SCHAUER, MARGARET M SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 AND RESEARCH 

ASST, FROM SEPT. 1 

SULLIVAN, THOMAS K INVESTIGATOR, FROM JULY 26 

SELECT COMMITTEE ON THE HOUSE RESTAUPANT 

CAMPBELL, THOMAS J STAFF DIRECTOR, 

CROWE, JUDY A SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 30 

PUTNINS, PATRICIA S SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 1 

SELECT COMMITTEE ON SMALL BUSINESS 

CARPENTER, MARGARET L SFCRETARY MINORITY, TO JULY 16 

CLARK, WILLIAM VAUGHN STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 .. 

OICK, MONA BIDOLE SECRETARY, 

EMERSON, RALPH W INVESTIGATOR, FPOM NCV. 1 

FINN, JOHN M MINORITY COUNSEL, 

FOUTCH, MYRTLF RUTH CLERK, 

GILBERT, NORMA J SECRETARY, FPOM JULY 1 TO OCT. 12 ... 

GOULD, JUSTINUS COUNSEL, 

GREENBERG, HOWARD STAFF DIPECTOR, 

JORDAN, DOROTHY M SECRETARY, 

KEEL, WILLIAM A, JR RESEARCH ANALYST, 

KINKEAD, LINDA W SECRETARY, 

OAKLEY, MILLARD VAUGHN GENERAL COUNSEL, FROM DEC. 1 

ODEN, THOMAS J COUNSEL, TO AUG. 7 

OWENS, MARY EILEEN CL FRK-T YP I ST , 

PARRISH, EMILIA E SECRETARY 

PENNINGTON, LESLIE R PRINTING EDITOR, 

PHALEN, JAMES R ASST MIN COUNSEL, 

POWERS, THOMAS G COUNSEL, FROM AUG. 16 

QUALLS, JAMES F, JR STAFF ASST, FROM JULY 1 TO AUG. 31 .. 

RAWLS, WILLA C SECRETARY (MIN), FROM JULY 17 

RAYRJRN, JOHN K COUNSEL, 

ROBINSON, HENRY A COUNSEL, TO OCT. 31 AND DEPUTY 

GENERAL COUNSEL, FROM NOV. 1 

ROE, DONALD B COUNSEL, 

ROMANESK, BFRNADETTE STAFF ASST, MIN, 

SANTORO, CHRISTINE A SFCRETARY, 

SPAKES, LINDA LOUISE STAFF ASSISTANT, TO OCT. 31 AND CASE 

WORKER, FPOM NOV. I 

WATSON, DONNA M SECPETARY, 



*824.86 

10,000.02 

8,500.02 

666.66 

4,249.98 

5,934.75 
5,619.48 

1,495.54 
7,500.00 
2,715.27 
2,108.33 
2,348.31 
2,621.77 
3,716.52 
8,611.13 
479.17 
12,660.78 
8,333.35 
6,700.00 
5,888.90 
8,300.00 
1,950.70 
8,042.04 

2,081.38 
5,836.84 
1,812.50 

5,614.20 
8,611.13 



9,547.50 
1,879.50 
1,879.50 



468.75 
1,333.34 
3,499.98 
4,000.00 

11,500.02 
9,482.52 
2,125.00 

15,927.54 

18,000.00 
3,666.68 

18,000.00 
6,133.80 
3,000.00 
1,931. 
3,141. 
6,019.62 
9,394.38 

10,500.00 

5,250.02 

900.00 

4, 104.87 

10,416.68 



,07 
.08 



16, 118.36 
9,394.38 
5,205.19 
3,929.40 

4, 166.68 
4,484.52 



71-124 O - 72 - 12 



172 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE ON VETERANS' AFFAIRS 



BASKIN, COUPTNAY E CLERK-STENOGRAPHER, TO AUG. 31 SI, 

FLETCHER, HELEN LEE CLERK STENOGRAPHER, TO JULY 31 

GILLIAM, VANCE L RECORDS CLERK, 4, 

GRAVES, CANDIS LEE CLERK-STEN.OGRAPHER , 4, 

HOWARD, PHILIP E INVESTIGATOR, 15, 

POWELSON, AUDREY A CLERK STENOGRAPHER, 5, 

SCHWALL, RITA W CLERK-STENO, 5, 

WOOTTON, MICHAEL J INTERN, TO NOV. 30 2, 

MISCELLANEOUS 

BROOKS, ROGER C CHAUFFEUR, 

FISCHER, JOSEPH LAW REVISION COUNSELt 

FRAZIER, RICHARD D CHAUFFEUR, 

GALLO, THERESA M SECRETARY (C), FROM AUG. 2 

GOUDELOCK, VERA CLERK STENOGRAPHER, FROM JULY 1 .... 

KIRCHEN, SARAH J CLERICAL STAFF, FROM NOV. 1 

NICKENS, GEORGE IRVIN CHAUFFEUR, 

VANBUSKIRK, ERNEST F COPY PREPARER, FROM JULY 1 

WILLETT, EDWARD F, JR ASST LAW REVIS COUNSEL DC CODE, .... 

OFFICE OF FORMER SPEAKER 

FITZGERALD, T EDWARD ADM ASST TO FORMER SPEAKER, 

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, 

BIRD, MICHAEL D ECONOMIST, 

BUCKBERG, ALBERT ECONOMIST, 

CHABOT, HERBERT L ATTORNEY, 

CONNAUGHTON, ANASTASIA STATI ST I CAL CLERK, 

DALEY, JAMIE L SECRETARY, 

DELCARMEN, AMELIA SECRETARY, 

DUBROFF, HAROLD ATTORNEY, 

EMORY, MEADE ATTORNEY, 

EVANS, DONALD C, JR ATTORNEY, 

FEFFERMAN, ARTHUR S CHIEF ECONOMIST, 

FINK, JOSFPH E STATISTICAL CLERK, 

FRASER, WANDA D SECRETARY, TO NOV. 13 

GATTIE, MARY W SECRETARY, 

GERHANIS, JOHN J STATISTICAL ANALYST, 

HERIOT, LORENE E SECRETARY, FROM NOV. 8 TO DEC. 22 .. 

KELLER, KATHERINE W SECRETARY, TO AUG. 31 

KLUD, LEON W ECONOMIST, 

MALCOM, SHARON F SECRETARY, 

MATTHEWS, JUNE M SECRETARY, 

MCCAWLEY, HARRISON B ATTORNEY, 

MCDERMOTT, JOANNF B SECPETAPY, 

MILLER, JAC0UEL1NF L SECRETARY, TO SEPT. 7 

N4GR0, BLANCHE F STENO t ASST CLERK, 

PFEIFFER, JACQUELINE S SECRETARY, FROM OCT. 11 

ROWZIE, MARCIA BAILEY SECRETARY, 

SAVAGE, LINDA R SECRETARY, 

SHAPIRO, BERNARD M ATTORNEY, 

SMYERS, ROBERT R ATTORNEY, 

SPELLMAN, JOSEPH P ATTURNEY 

SYMONS, JAMES H STATISTICAL ANALYST, 

TOMASULO, NICHOLAS A ATTORNEY, 

WHEELER, JAMES E ACCOUNTANT, 

WOODWORTH, L N CHIEF OF STAFF, 

JOINT COMMITTEE ON DEFENSE PRODUCTION 

AULT, GEORGE T PROF. STAFF MEMBER 10,572.24 

BREWTON, CHARLES S GENERAL COUNSEL, 15,257.46 

COPELAND, CAPY H PROF. STAFF MEMBER, TO OCT. 31 AND 

ASSISTANT STAFF DIRECTOR, FROM NOV. 1 10,462.70 

FCHOLS, MATTIE I SECRETARY, 5,472.42 

HALL, JOHN P. STAFF ASSISTANT, FROM OCT. 29 1,033.33 



166.66 
544.36 
333.92 
488.24 
393.06 
481.06 
224.98 
916.65 



7,395.54 
17,419.50 
7,395.48 
3,725.00 
8,273.40 
1,401.80 
6,976.92 
8,629.38 
14,048.58 



5,792.46 
5,792.46 



18,000.00 

8,638.98 

16,960.02 

13,999.98 

13,999.98 

14,050.02 

10,445.52 

5,700.00 

5,149.98 

10,500.00 

14,050.02 

10,500.00 

18,000.00 

10,445.52 

3,509.74 

5,963.77 

13,249.9B 

1,437.49 

816.66 

9,250.02 

4,099.98 

5,250.00 

12,373.02 

8,050.02 

1,861. 10 

6,199.98 

2,377.79 

5, 149.98 

6,349.98 

11,925.00 

16,811.52 

10,827.00 

16,177.02 

16,819.98 

10,000.02 

19,999.98 



173 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

JOINT COMMITTEE ON DEFENSE PPOOUCTION - CONTINUED 

LUMER, JOEL V STAFF ASST, TO SEPT. 15 $1,250.00 

MCDANIEL, HFLEN CLERK ASSISTANT, TO SEPT. 30 1,500.00 

WARREN, HAROLD J CLERK AND COUNSEL, TO OCT. 31 AND 

STAFF DIRECTOR AND COUNSEL, FROM NOV. 

1 15,528.66 

JOINT COMMITTEF ON CONGRESSIONAL OPERATIONS 

BERARDUCCI, VILMA CLERK <C», TO SEPT. 15 1,666.67 

BERNARD, MARY E CLERK (C), FROM JULY 12 3,369.43 

BUTLER, FRANCIS JOSEPH CLERK (CI, TO NOV. 30 3,750.00 

GOOCH, RAYMOND L STAFF COUNSEL IP), FROM JULY 1 13,673.63 

HENNELLY, JAMES J CLERK (CI, TO AUG. 9 442.00 

KELLEY, ROBERT J CLERK, FROM NOV. 8 2,355.55 

MACHOWSKI, JAMES S CLERK, FROM DEC. 28 58.33 

MASTERS, NICHOLAS A STAFF DIRECTOR (PI, TO SEPT. 30 8,000.01 

MCALLISTER, JAMES F ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER, FROM DEC. 1 .. 2,483.33 

HEADER, GEORGE STAFF COUNSEL (PI, 11,172.00 

PETERS, EUGENE F EXEC DIR (PI, 18,000.00 

SNOW, GERARO C CLERK, FROM DEC. 23 166.67 

TACHERON, DONALD G DIRECTOR OF RESEARCH (PJ 16,000.02 

WATKINS, CYNTHIA K CLERK (CI, FROM JULY 1 5,250.00 

ZELTNER, LYNN GAYLE CLERK, FROM DEC. 28 54.17 



TOTAL $43,356,143.66 



174 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



HOUSE RESTAURANT 

AIELLO, EMMA G. 
ALLEN, FRED F. 
ALSTON, DOROTHY M. 
ALTIERI, ANTHONY P. 
ATKINSON, ALLAN E. 
BALL, LAWRENCE P. 
BARNES, ROSE P. 
BATTLE, JOHN H. 
BATTS, WILLIAM E. 
BEACHEM, ARLENE R. 
BEAN, LEROY H. 
BELL, HERMAN W. 
BENJAMIN, MARY S. 
BENNETT, VERONICA 
BEST, LINDA G. 
BEST, PERVILLA 
BEY, CLOTHIE M. 
BONANNI, PASQUALE 
BONNER, DOROTHY N. 
BOOTH, DAVID K. 
BOWLING, LAURA F. 
BOYD, FLORENCE 
BOYD, ROBERTA 
BRADLEY, PETER, JR. 
BRANT, CHARLES 
BRASWELL, ROBERT, SR. 
BROOKS, ANTHONY W. 
BROOKS, CHARLES R. 
BROOMFIELD, FREDERICK R. 
BROWN, CLARENCE R. 
BROWN, ROSA LEE 
BRYANT, GLORIA M. 
BRYANT, LAWYER, JR. 
BUTLER, CHRISTOPHER A. 
BUTLER, FERDINAND J. 
BUTLER, SYLVIA C. 
BYRD, LESSIE MAE 
CANALES, ENRIQUE G. 
CANNADAY, MARY F. 
CARROLL, MARIE R. 
CATON, CAROL JEAN GILBERT 
CHAMBERS, THOMAS F. 
CHANDLER, KATIE M. 
CHERRY, DELOIS 
CLARK, LOU V. 
CORBIN, JON X. 
COVERT, WILLIAM, JR. 
COWAN, KERMIT A. 
CRAWFORD, DELORES 
CRISS, FRANK E. 
CROWDER, FREDDIE 
CROWE, SARAH 
CURRAN, ANNA 
CURTIS, PATRICK W. 
DAWSON, RACHEL 
DOUGLAS, JEROME B. 
DRAYTON, LILLIE ANN 
DUNNE, JESSIE E. 
DURHAM, FLORENCE M. 
EDWARDS, EMMA JANE 
EDWARDS, YANK 
ESPEY, SUSAN J. 
FELTON, JAMES, JR. 
FERGUSON, ODESSA 
FINCH, DWIGHT R. 
FONG, MEE NGOR 
FORD, EMMA G. 
FORD, ROBERT L. 
FORTUNE, LUCILLE T. 
FOSTER, ETHEL C. 
FOSTER, MICHAEL B. 
FUNDERBURKE, ZULEE 
GALMON, JANIE M. 
GAMBLE, JAMES E. 
GOINS, HARMON, JR. 
GORDON, FANNIE F. 
GRAHAM, ZEMAR E. 
GRAY, BERTHA L. 



COUNTER GIRL 

WAITER 

WAITRESS 

UNIT STOREROOM MANAGER. . 

WAITER 

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICER.. 

WAITRESS 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL. . 
KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL.. 

GRILL GIRL 

WAITER 

BUSBOY 

COUNTER GIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL.. 

BUSGIRL 

BUSGIRL 

FOOD SERVICE WORKER 

CHEF 

GRILL GIRL 

WAITER 

COUNTER GIRL 

WAITRESS 

COOK HELPER 

BAKER'S HELPER 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL.. 

WAITER 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL.. 
KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL . . 

WAITER 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL.. 

COUNTER GIRL 

COUNTER GIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL.. 
KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL.. 

WAITER 

BUSGIRL 

FOOD CHECKER 

FOOD SERVICE WORKER 

CASHIER 

ACCOUNTING CLERK 

CASHIER 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL.. 

COOK'S HELPER 

COUNTER GIRL 

CASHIER 

WAITER 

WAITER 

GENERAL MANAGER 

BUSGIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL.. 

COUNTER MAN 

CASHIER 

CASHIER 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL.. 

COUNTER GIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL.. 

CASHIER 

PANTRY SUPERVISOR...^... 

FOOD SERVICE WORKER 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL. . 

COOK'S HELPER 

CASHIER 

WAITER 

COUNTER GIRL SUPERVISOR. 
KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL.. 
KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL.. 

COUNTER GIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL.. 

CASHIER-HOSTESS 

BUSGIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL.. 

BUSGIRL 

GRILL GIRL 

WAITER 

BUSBOY 

BUSGIRL 

COOK 

BUSGIRL 



$3,259. 
2,kkk. 

903. 
5,286. 

37 1 *. 
8.U6U. 

785. 
2,1*21. 
2,338. 
2,636. 
1,367. 

695. 
2,276. 
1,1*33. 

29I*. 

263. 

50. 

8,1*11. 

1,618. 

10U. 
1,119. 
2,666. 
3,921. 
2,196. 

599. 

813. 
1,371. 
2,U59. 

130. 

85k, 
2,1*35. 
1,199. 

620, 
2,31*8. 

826. 

939. 
2,717. 
3,279. 
3,081*. 
1+.233. 
1,029. 
2,223, 
2,952, 
9, 
2,893, 

ta3. 

868, 
11,636, 

103, 

395, 
2,868, 
3,8ll*, 
3,705 
1,110, 
l,5l*7, 

998, 
2,339 
2,61*1. 
2,3l*2 
2,563, 
2,717, 

1,201 
2,513, 
3,855, 
21*, 
2,1+95 
2,582 

907, 
3,851, 
2,330, 

239, 
1,215, 
2,829, 
1,061*. 

888, 
1,389, 
it, 1+96. 
2,322, 



8lt 



175 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



HOUSE RESTAURANT (CONT'D) 

GRAY, CELESTINE 
GRAY, JAMES 
GREEN, LUCY F. 
GREENE, LARRY 
GROSS, JUANITA 
GRYMES, DORIS M. 
HALL, ELIJAH 
HAGMAN, MARLENE J. 
HARDY, GREGORY 
HARE, CATHERINE 
HARE, JOHN C. 
HARPER, LARRY D. 
HAWKINS, ANNA V. 
HENDERSON, EVA 
HENSON, EUGENE R. 
HERNDON, GERALD W. 
HERRING, WILBERT 
HIGHTOWER, VADA S. 
HINES, MONTELLE M. 
HUDSON, MAE 
HUGHES, CORNELL R. 
HUNT, JAMES B. 
HUNTLEY, DOROTHY M. 
HUY, HEINZ H. 
JACKSON, BEATRICE M. 
JACKSON, GLORIA 
JACKSON, MELVIN A. 
JACKSON, WENDALL G. 
JOHNSON, ABE 
JOHNSON, JANE R. 
JOHNSON, MAE 
JOHNSON, MARY F. 
JOHNSON, NATHANIEL L. 
JOHNSON, WILLIAM H. 
JONES, LCRNA L. 
JONES, WILLENE 
JONES, WILLIE A. 
KELLY, RICHARD W. 
LAMAY, VINCENT 
LATSON, MIRIAM 
LEAKIN, EVELYN K. 
LEE, HILTON 
LEE, MILDRED E. 
LEE, OBADIAH 
LEE, OLGA E. 
LEWIS, WILSON 
LITTLE, EMMA M. 
LOWE, LANNIE M. 
LOWMAN, JOSEPH L 
LYNCH, CECILIA 
LYONS, LOUISE 
MANLEY, ALVESTA 
MANLEY, ROBIN G. 
MARSHALL, BARBARA ANN 
McCAIN, JANICE D. 

mccain, marion w. 

McCOMBS, MARSHALL D. 
McCORD, STANLEY 

Mccormick, joseph b. 
Mcknight, mary e. 
Mcpherson, charles e. 
miller, leonard j. 
minor, barbara ann 
monroe, willie j. 
moore, rosa lee 
morrow, frank b. 
moy, ellen 
mulkey, shirley l. 
murphy, joel 
nelson, edward t. 
nesmith, peter 
newkirk, elsie m. 
nickelson, alex e. 
ortte, charlotte e. 
otterson, douglas s. 
palmer, geneva 
perry, matthew 



BUSGIRL 

WAITER 

COUNTER GIRL 

BUSBOY 

BUSGIRL 

COUNTER GIRL 

STOREROOM ASSISTANT 

BUSGIRL 

BUSBOY 

BUSGIRL 

WAITER 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

COUNTER GIRL 

COOK .. 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

FOOD SERVICE WORKER 

SENIOR ACCOUNTING CLERK 

BUSGIRL 

GRILL GIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

BUSGIRL 

BAKE SHOP MANAGER 

COUNTER GIRL 

COUNTER GIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

COOK'S HELPER 

SALAD GIRL 

SALAD GIRL 

BUSGIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

CASHIER 

PANTRY SUPERVISOR 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

CAFETERIA MANAGER 

UNIT STOREROOM MANAGER 

BUSGIRL 

SECRETARY TO GENERAL MANAGER. 

BUSGIRL 

BUSGIRL 

WAITER 

LEAD COUNTER GIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

COOK'S HELPER 

BUSGIRL 

COOK 

COUNTER GIRL 

GRILL GIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

COUNTER GIRL 

GRILL GIRL 

BUSGIRL 

BUSGIRL 

WAITER 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

ASSISTANT CATERING MANAGER... 

COUNTER GIRL 

WAITER 

WAITER 

BUSGIRL 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 

LEAD KITCHEN WORKER 

CAFETERIA MANAGER 

BUSGIRL 

COOK'S HELPER 

FOOD SERVICE WORKER 

WAITER 

BAKER 

COUNTER GIRL 

CHEF 

BUSGIRL 

UNIT STOREROOM MANAGER. ...... 

SUPERVISOR CASHIER 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 



516.00 
U21.77 
819.33 
51*2.89 
200.1+8 
996.U0 
525.68 
8.52 
319.50 
811.18 
320.96 
119.81 
1+89.20 
078.20 

67.36 
111.29 
.866.52 
308.80 
297.89 
590.00 
570.58 
532.55 
756.70 
056.OO 
71+5.86 
602.76 
799.28 

1+5.80 
,115.30 
,90U.ol+ 
,262.1+5 
331.75 
,111.09 
,029.61 
,81+1.92 
7I+2.09 
80I+.00 
,372.80 
,731.1*3 
,726.56 
,857.60 
186.38 
,111.20 
,1+57.81 
927.87 
,651*. 28 

,1*12.80 

,372.57 
,818.33 
,666.60 
,698.80 
288.62 

16U. 55 
996.15 
256.67 

,11*0.1*0 

73.1*1* 
,91*6.15 
,502.1*0 
,301*. 17 
,21+5. 80 
633.69 
,785.81+ 
,865.62 
,082.50 
,892.00 
,1*03.1+1+ 
,368.95 
,863.16 
,363.33 
,920.02 
,1+19.21+ 
,857.60 
,221.57 
,l+8l+. 01+ 
,552.88 
,ll+9.01 



176 



SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM JULY 1 
TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



HOUSE RESTAURANT(CONT'D) 

PERRY, TERRITA 
PETERSON, JOHN E. 
PETINAUD, ERNEST 
PEZZELLA, NICHOLAS H. 
PHILLIPS, JAMES L. 
PICKETT, JAMES L. 
PLIGHT, JOSEPH 
PORTON, HENRY 
PRICE, HAROLD E. 
PRIESTLEY, SHERMAN J. 
PRINCE, SAMUEL 
PROCTOR, MARY E. 
QUEEN, THELMA 
RAINES, ELIZABETH R. 
RANDOLPH, JANET L. 
RICHARDSON, NINA A. 
RICHMOND, LILLIE J. 
ROBERTS, ROY G. 
ROBINSON, BETTIE C. 
ROBINSON, LINWOOD,JR. 
RODRIGUEZ, GONZALO A. 
ROGERS, DORIS 
ROSASCO, FRANCES S. 
ROSCOE, MAGNORA 
ROSEBERRY, WILLIE H. 
ROSS, NELLIE 
ROSS, WILLIE J. 
SANDERS, BETTIE L. 
SELLERS, CATHERINE 
SEXTON, RUTH L. 
SHEPARD, GRACE 
SHIVERS, JOAN M. 
SINGLETON, LEE ANDREW 
SMITH, BETTY J. 
SMITH, CLARA E. 
SMITH, FLORENCE 
SMITH, GRACE H. 
SMITH, LARRY B. 
SMITH, MATTIE L. 
SMITH, MILTON C. 
SNYDER, BONITA L. 
STANTON, MOZELL 
STEWART, GENEVA 
STONE, AGNES 
TAYLOR, PEGGY R. 
TAYLOR, SHIRLEY D. 
TAYLOR, WALTER B. 
TEASLEY, MORTON 
THOMAS, ETHEL R. 
THOMPSON, EVA 
THOMPSON, MAGGIE 
TODD, AARON E. 
TOON, EUGENE L. 
TRAMMELL, CARRIE 
TRILLI, DESTA R. 
TRITSCH, THOMAS F. 
TROTTER, GARFIELD 
WALKER, ANN W. 
VALENTINE, ALBERT M. 
WALTMAN, JOHN H. 
WALTON, BEATRICE 
WARLEY, KATHERINE 
WASHINGTON, GLORIA J. 
WASHINGTON, MERVYN L. 
WATTS, MARY L. 
WAYMAN, CAROLYN H. 
WELCH, JOAN E. 
WHEATLEY, LAURA M. 
WHITAKER, LARRY A. 
WHITE, ADELL 
WHITE, JOSEPH 
WHITE, SAMUEL T. 
WICKER, PRISCILLA ANN 
WILKINSON, HELEN 
WILLIAMS, EDDIE M. 
WILLIAMS, EUGENE 
WILLIAMS, GERALDINE 
WILLIAMS, HELEN R. 



BUSGIRL $1,258.31 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 2,746.28 

HEAD WAITER 5, 857.60 

COOK llU . 86 

WAITER 955 . 

COUNTER MAN ' 2,653. 

COOK'S HELPER 3,162, 

UNIT STOREROOM MANAGER 6,785 . 

WAITER 851. 

WA ITER 2 , 035 . 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 1,5^9. 

COUNTER GIRL 896, 

BUSGIRL 2,226, 

COUNTER GIRL SUPERVISOR 3,191. 

BUSGIRL 4l6 , 

ACCOUNTING CLERK 3,875, 

COOK'S HELPER 3,398 

CASHIER 3 , 892 , 

BUSGIRL 1,401, 

WAITER 273 

UNIT STOREROOM MANAGER 746, 

WAITRESS 2,801 

CLERICAL ASSISTANT 2,490 

BUSGIRL 710 

WAITER 781 

FLOOR SUPERVISOR- RELIEF CASHIER 3,392 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 393 

COUNTER GIRL 2,275 

CASHIER SUPERVISOR 3,522 

CASHIER 2 , 4 31 

FOOD CHECKER 2,48l 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 673 

COOK'S HELPER 2,964 

BUSGIRL 2,271 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 580 

LEAD KITCHEN WORKER 2,6l4 

GRILL GIRL 2,8l6 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 651 

CASHIER 879 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 65 

KITCHEN WORKER- RELIEF COUNTER GIRL 2 , 164 

SALAD GIRL 2,635 

BAKER'S HELPER 2,790 

FOOD CHECKER 1,237 

COUNTER GIRL 2,109 

BUSGIRL 472 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 706 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL l63 

SUBSTITUTE COUNTER GIRL 39 

SALAD GIRL 2,234 

COOK 4 , 106 

WAITER 721 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 702 

COUNTER GIRL 2,998 

ACCOUNTING OFFICER 6,630 

ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER 4,866 

WAITER 1,0U7 

CAFETERIA MANAGER 937 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 2,988 

CAFETERIA MANAGER 6,044 

SALAD GIRL 2,542 

ASSISTANT MANAGER-RELIEF CASHIER 3,103 

COUNTER GIRL 2,5*19 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 2,344 

CASHIER 724 

COUNTER GIRL 92 

CLERK 273 

CASHIER 2 , 621 

BUSBOY 593 

BUSGIRL 1,258 

BUSBOY 784 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 470 

BUSGIRL 624 

SUPERVISOR-CASHIER 3 , 532 

CHEF 5,381 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 2,320 

BUSGIRL 2,302 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 1,589 



177 



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TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



HOUSE RESTAURANT (CONT'D) 

WILLIAMS, RUTH 
WILSON, CHARLES W. 
WILSON, GEORGE F. 
WILSON, PATRICIA ANN 
WILSON, REGINALD T. 
WISE, MABEL V. 
WOOD, SARAH E. 
WOODS, JAMES H. 
YOUNG, IRELIA 
YOUNG, MARY E. 



SALAD GIRL $2,0l*l*.26 

WAITER 1 , 062 . 90 

WAITER 1,03A. 62 

BUSGIRL 857. 36 

WAITER 221 . 00 

KITCHEN WORKER GENERAL 1,691.17 

GRILL GIRL-COUNTER GIRL 2,709.1*7 

WAITER 1 , 348 . 19 

COUNTER GIRL 2,276.02 

COUNTER GIRL 1,830. 7U 

TOTAL $500,92U. 52 



\ 
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. 
MfcMILLIAN, GARFIELD F. 
QUATTRONE, JOSEPH P. 
SOUTHERLAND, ELONZIA B. 
SWAN, EVELYN 
SUTT, ROBERT T. 
TUNSTALL, FORREST C. 



BARBER 

BARBER 

BARBER. . . .'. 
MANICURIST. 

BARBER 

BARBER 

BARBER 

BARBEE 

BARBER 

BARBER 

BARBER 

BARBER 

BARBER 

MANICURIST. 

BARBER 

BARBER 

TOTAL 



fc 826.51* 

1*76.62 

550.85 

21*8.38 

929. 31* 

1,171*. 1*1 

1*33.28 

785.67 

573.06 

852.26 

753.70 

696.76 

368.38 

57.75 

1,096.56 

1,926.05 



$11,739.61 



178 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

Date No. SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

OFFICE OF THE SPEAKER 

Salaries for 6 months.. $100,305.76 

Refunds and adjustments (200.00) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 100,105.76 

OFFICE OF THE PARLIAMENTARIAN 
1971 
Sept. 30 2228 Lewis Deschler , for the preparation of the "Digest of Rules of the U.S. House of Representa- 
tives," authorized by the Legislative Appropriation Act of 1971, P.L. 92-51, approved 

July 9, 1971 2,000.00 

Salaries for 6 months 78,270.36 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 80,270.36 

COMPILATION OF PRECEDENTS OF HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 

Salaries for 6 months 7,101.60 

OFFICE OF THE CHAPLAIN 

Salaries for 6 months... 9,884.40 

OFFICE OF THE CLERK 

July 8 137 Macy B. O'Brien, payment of unpaid compensation due to the death of Richard W. O'Brien. 495.20 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 495.20 

Salaries for 6 months 1,390,054.13 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 1,390,054.13 

OFFICE OF THE SERGEANT AT ARMS 

Nov. 4 3171 Mary-Ann Caporossi and Jo-Ann Bassing, payment of unpaid compensation due to death 

of Thomas Onofrio 188.60 

12 3337 Marjorie J. McManious, payment of unpaid compensation due to the death of William 

Russell McManious 181.77 

Salaries for 6 months... „• 2,048,832.82 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations ..2,049,203.19 

OFFICE OF THE DOORKEEPER 

Refunds and adjustments (264.98) 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations (264.98) 

Salaries for 6 months 1,386,149.24 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 1,386,149.24 

OFFICE OF THE POSTMASTER 

Salaries for 6 months.. 21.45 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 21.45 

Substitute messengers: 

July 30 716 Robert A. Ahem 80.83 

717 William Hubbard 145.49 

718 James G. Kincheloejr 16.17 

719 Johnny G. McRae... 16.17 

Aug. 31 1418 Michael T. Bouchlis 107.77 

1419 Ernest Bowie 161.66 

1420 Delton B. Braithwait - 161.66 

1421 Joseph A. Braun _ _ 32.33 

1422 Joseph Comelli 21.55 

1423 FrancisX. Craven _ _ 161.66 

1424 Richard N. Hodgens 37.72 

1425 Reynold D. Kramer _ _ 59.28 

1426 James B. Mayberry - - 70.05 

1427 Robert NargL. 59.28 

1428 Orlandus M. Northington... 75.44 

1429 Oren G. Perry 150.88 

1430 Richard C. Streett 32.33 

1431 John B.Vinson 37.72 



179 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

Date No. SAURIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

OFFICE OF THE POSTMASTER— Continued 
1971 

Oct. 4 2400 George M. Bowman $80.83 

2401 Delton B. Braithwait. 129.33 

2402 William L.Gibson. 113.16 

2403 Richard Hodgens 161.66 

2404 William Hubbard 113.16 

2405 DouglasS. James 32.33 

2406 Mose McCoy. _ ._ 161.66 

2407 Joseph F. Moore 64.66 

2408 William E. Paxton.... 53.89 

2409 Oren G. Perry 37.72 

2410 Joseph D. Roberts 16.17 

2411 Richard C. Streett 64.66 

29 2941 George M. Bowman 137.95 

2942 Richard Hodgens 172.44 

2943 Douglas S.James 34.49 

2944 Mose McCoy - 245.25 

2945 Johnny G. McRae 19.16 

2946 Joseph F. Moore 19.16 

2947 Joseph D. Roberts 34.49 

2948 Richard C. Streett.... _ 68.98 

Nov. 30 3770 George M. Bowman 103.46 

3771 EricJohn Bystrom 114.96 

3772 Lloyd Courembis 34.49 

3773 Richard Hodgens 103.46 

3774 Mose McCoy _ 34.49 

3775 Joseph F. Moore 84.30 

3776 Orlandus Marvin Northington 68.98 

3777 Robert G. Olchak 49.82 

3778 Richard B. Sardegna 84.30 

3779 Richard C. Streett 68.98 

Total paid substitute messengers 3,936.38 

Salaries for 6 months... 381, C53. 67 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 384,990.05 

COMMITTEE EMPLOYEES 

Refunds and adjustments 3,400.00 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 3,400.00 

Salaries for 6 months 3,724,518.78 

Refunds and adjustments 2,333.32 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations. _ 3,726,852.10 

MINORITY EMPLOYEES 

Salaries for 6 months 99, 673. 86 

HOUSE DEMOCRATIC STEERING COMMITTEE 

July 2 24 IBM Corp., rental for MC Selectric typewriter, May 1971 175.00 

19 371 John E. Barriere, reimbursement for expenses incurred as clerk of the committee, April- 

June 1971__ -.-- 48.55 

372 Iris W. Vaughn, reimbursement for expenses incurred as secretary of the committee, 

April-June 1971 30.80 

20 386 International Press Clipping Bureau, Inc., reimbursement for clipping service, June 18, 

1971 775.00 

Aug. 3 864 IBM Corp., rentaf for MC Selectric typewriter, June 1971 175.00 

6 983 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, November 1970 and 

January-April 1971 33.00 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 1,237.35 

July 20 377 District Delivery Service, for New York Times, July-September 1971 21.50 

Sept. 15 1890 IBM Corp., rentai for MC Selectric typewriter, July 1971 175.00 

27 2120 District Delivery Service, reimbursement for New York Times, October-December 1971... 13. 75 

2125 IBM Corp., rental for MC Selectric typewriter, August 1971 175.00 

Oct. 22 2790 John E. Barriere, reimbursement for expenses incurred as clerk of the committee, July- 
September 1971 - 39.68 

2791 Iris W. Vaughn, reimbursement for expenses incurred as secretary of the committee, July- 
September 1971 17.20 

Dec. 1 3904 Congressional Quarterly Service, 1-year renewal 7o'nn 

3917 Majority Room, miscellaneous printing services, Sept. 30, 1971 - 13. 00 



180 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

Date No. SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

HOUSE DEMOCRATIC STEERING COMMITTEE— Continued 
1971 

Dec. 20 4521 District Delivery Service, subscription to New York Times, January-March 1971... $21.50 

IBM Corp., rental for MC Selectric typewriter installed in Speaker's office: 

4532 October 1971 _ 175.00 

4533 September 1971 _ 175.00 

29 4923 National Journal, 2-year renewal subscription 375.00 

Salaries for 6 months.. _ 26,059.50 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 27,405.13 

HOUSE REPUBLICAN CONFERENCE 

Reimbursement to stationery account: 

July 2 25 John B.Anderson, M.C., June 8, 1971 162.73 

26 Barber B. Conable, M.C., June 8, 1971 23.76 

27 John J. Rhodes, M.C., May 1971 _ 18.43 

6 89 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, April 1971 44.50 

9 153 Barber B. Conable, M.C., reimburse stationery account 15.27 

15 335 New York Times, subscriptions, January 1971 150.00 

Little, Brown & Co., 1 copy of Labor Law Cases, May 28, 1971 16.99 

Congressional Information Service, subscriptions and binders, June 14, 1971 560.00 

Washington Post, 2 subscriptions, June 30-Dec. 31, 1971 45.00 

District Delivery Service, 4 subscriptions to New York Times, July-September 1971 113.50 

20 387 John B. Anderson, M.C., reimburse stationery account 32.76 

22 474 Human Events, subscription for 67 issues 15.00 

Brookings Institution, books and pamphlets 16.C8 

476 International City Management Association, 1971 Municipal Year Book 17.50 

Government Printing Office, 2 books for Research Committee 2.00 

Congressional Quarterly, 2 books 12.95 

Brookings Institution, subscription 5.00 

27 522 John J. Rhodes, M.C., reimburse stationery account 10.71 

585 American Bar Association, Criminal Stds. Study 14.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., long distance calls, May 1971 55.55 

Minority Room, miscellaneous printing services. _ 268.35 

28 667 Xerox Corp., meter usage.. _ 199.39 

Aug. 18 1204 EPRC Publications, copy of Alternative Futures for Learning 5.00 

McGraw Hill Publications Co., 1 copy of Electrical World 10.00 

Oil & Gas Journal, 1-year subscription. 30.00 

National Associations of Educational Broadcasters, 3 publications... 9.00 

31 1433 Barber B. Conable, M.C., reimbursement for stationery expense, May 1971 4.00 

Sept. 1 1623 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, June 1971... 47.83 

9 1781 Minority Room, miscellaneous printing services, June 1971 455.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

1796 Discount chargeback, July 30, 1971 6.17 

15 1895 Past due bill for meter usage and equipment placemsnt, May-June 1969... 90.00 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 2,456.47 

Reimbursement for stationery expenses : 

Aug. 26 1354 John J. Rhodes, M.C -- 21.90 

1355 John B. Anderson, M.C -... -- 92.77 

31 1434 Barber B. Conable, M.C, July 1971 - — 23.58 

Sept. 2 1675 Gallup Management Research, Inc., 1 copy of Gallup Opinion Index 28.00 

Congressional Staff Directory - -- 9-85 

American Association of School Administrators, 1 copy of Man, Education and Man- 



power. 



6.00 



Visual Systems Co., Inc., art supplies for charts 43.70 

3 1708 Chesapeake* Potomac TelephoneCo.,official telephoneservice,July 1971 45.09 

7 1716 Congressional Quarterly, 1-year subscription 144.00 

Ancorp National Services, Inc., 6-month subscription to Chicago Tribune 39. 00 

Washington Post, subscription, Aug. 31, 1971-Feb. 29, 1972 67.50 

Sidney Kramer Books, 1 copy of Private Wealth and Public Education 12.95 

Library of Contemporary Education - - 15.36 

Reimbursement to stationery account: „ ,. 

9 1779 John B.Anderson, M.C. - - 39.54 

1780 Barber B. Conable, M.C - 29.47 

1782 Minority Room, miscellaneous printing services, July 1971 -- 31b. 20 

10 1808 Savile Book Shop, Inc - --- 7.45 

Sidney Kramer Books -- - oinn 

Human Events, subscription j - ««S2 

15 1896 XeroxCorp., past due bills.. - - «f-Jf 

24 2106 John J. Rhodes, M.C, reimburse stationery account 23.1b 

Oct. 22 2799 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service ooo'nn 

2830 Congressional Quarterly Service, 2 subscriptions 288.00 

Nov. 5 3195 District Delivery Service, 3-month subscription to New York Times, October-December • 

1971- - 113.50 

American Society for Public Administration, subscription 25. 00 

Congressional Quarterly, Inc., subscription - - - - **. 8b 

Minority Room, miscellaneous printing services. - JS'oi 

12 3345 John B. Anderson, M.C, reimbursement for miscellaneous stationery items icfni 

3346 Minority Room, miscellaneous printing services 261. Ob 



181 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 



Date No. SAURIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

HOUSE REPUBLICAN CONFERENCE— Continued 
1971 

Nov. 19 3653 Xerox Corp., meter usage $444.55 

Congressional Quarterly, I nc, Guide to the Congress of the U.S 35. 00 

26 3730 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service.. 90.88 

Center for Law & Education, Peaceful Uses of Educational Vouchers .75 

Dec. 2 4031 Reimburse stationery account: 

John B. Anderson, M.C 32.41 

John J. Rhodes, M.C. _ 12! 37 

Barber B. Conable, M.C !!!__!" 22! 71 

4032 Ripon Society, Ripon Forum. " lo!6o 

Newsweek, 3-year subscription. _ _ " 28! 00 

National Journal, 2 subscriptions .. .. 200.00 

10 4228 Xerox Corp., meter usage '_ 303! 78 

Reimburse stationery account: 

16 4434 Barber B. Conable, M.C. 12.93 

John B. Anderson, M.C 64 93 

20 4650 John J. Rhodes, M.C _ !_."/... 11.97 

22 4700 Minority Room, miscellaneous printing services _ _ 54.05 

4735 American Political Report, 1-year subscription 85. 0G 

Chicago Tribune, 1-year subscription. 52.00 

National Association of Educational Broadcasters, 1-year subscription. _ 10.00 

4736 Reimburse stationery account: 

John B. Anderson, M.C _ _ 27.60 

Barber B. Conable, M.C _ 15.13 

4746 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service 93.27 

John B. Anderson, M.C, reimburse stationery account 45.55 

28 4772 Broadcasting, 1-year subscription... _ 14.00 

District Delivery, subscriptions 113.50 

Congressional Quarterly, binders _ 15.00 

R. R. Bowker Co., Who s Who in American Politics _ 29.50 

Salaries for 6 months 18, 182.88 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations... 22,475.24 

MAJORITY LEADER 
Hale Boggs, M.C: 

Official expenses for the months of— 

Aug. 2 859 July 1971. _. 250.00 

Sept. 1 1647 August 1971.... "" "" 250.00 

Oct. 7 2496 September 1971. . . . 250.00 

Nov. 3 3095 October 1971.. " . "., 250.00 

Dec. 2 4017 November 1971 . . 250.00 

20 4478 Decemberl971 250.00 

Salaries for 6 months 68,044.92 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations... 69,544.92 

MINORITY LEADER 
Gerald R. Ford, M.C: 

Official expenses for the months of— 

July 30 734 July 1971 . . 250.00 

Sept. 7 1714 August 1971.. 250.00 

Oct. 1 2392 September 1971 _ 250.00 

Nov. 9 3222 October 1971. . 250.00 

30 3740 November 1971. . . 250.00 

Dec. 20 4479 December 1971 250.00 

Salaries for 6 months... _ 50,944.50 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 52,444.50 

OFFICE OF THE MAJORITY WHIP 

Salaries for 6 months _ 52,032.45 

OFFICE OF THE MINORITY WHIP 

Salaries for 6 months 40,594.86 

MAJORITY AND MINORITY PRINTING CLERKS 

Salaries for 6 months _ 11,587.32 

OFFICIAL REPORTERS OF DEBATES 

Salaries for 6 months 203,272.38 

OFFICIAL REPORTERS TO COMMITTEES 

Salaries for 6 months ._ 80.01 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations... 80.01 

Salaries for 6 months 246,559.38 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 246,559.38 



Date 


No. 


1971 




July 2 


16 




17 




18 




19 




20 




21 




22 




23 


15 


252 



182 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS 

Brookings Institution, 1 copy of Setting National Priorities, 1972, June 7, 1971 $3. 13 

Consumer & Marketing Service, USDA: 

Reimbursement for personnel services- 
July 1-Oct. 23, 1970 . .. 7,664.72 

July 12-Aug. 7,1970- _ _ 1,257.00 

Federal Bureau of Investigation, reimbursement for personnel services. May 1971 . 54,130.03 

General Services Administration, miscellaneous stationery items, Apr. 26, 1971 12. 94 

U.S. Department of Agriculture: 

Reimbursement for personnel services — 

Jan. 1-Feb. 19, 1971 . 2,524.31 

Feb. 22-Apr. 30, 1971 __ _ 1,998.62 

U.S. General Accounting Office, reimbursement for personnel services, April 1971 1,677.80 

Leroy R. Kirkpatrick, 3+ days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 
round trip, from Washington, D.C., to San Antonio, Tex., June 20-23, 1971; and ground 

transportation in Washington, D.C., December-June 1971 171.75 

19 353 Cornelius R. Anderson, 6+ days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 
round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Los Angeles, Calif., June 4-19, 1971; and ground 

transportation in Washington, D.C., April-June 1971__ ._ 357.29 

Frank Parsons Paper Co., Inc., paper supplies, May 31, 1971. 34.72 

American Photocopy Equipment Co., machine repair, June 30, 1971 15.00 

General Services Administration: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, June 7, 1971.. _ _ 11.46 

Reimbursement for personnel services, Aug. 17, 1970-Feb. 26, 1971 12,667. 17 

Xerox Corp., meter usage, Apr. 28-May 28, 1971. 146.02 

Federal Bureau of Investigation, reimbursement for personnel services, June 1971 60,279.80 

National Airlines, Inc., official travel for Members and staff, June 15, 1971 . 11. 18 

General Services Administration, reimbursement for car furnished staff member for travel 

on official business, April 1971 _ 152.71 

Pacific Southwest Airlines, official travel for Members and staff, June 1971 _. 16.00 

U.S. General Accounting Office, reimbursement for official travel expenses, May 2-20, 1971. 701. 42 

Northwest Airlines, Inc., official travel for Members and staff, June 1971 680.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service- 
April 1971.. _ __ 14.62 

May 1971. _ 45.61 

General Services Administration, reimbursement for cars furnished staff members for 

travel on official business, Mar. 22-31, 1971 90.41 

Xerox Corp., meter usage, June 1971 163.19 

Avis Rent-A-Car System, Inc., reimbursement for car furnished staff member on official 

business, Apr. 12-15, 1971 69.44 

General Services Administration: 

Reimbursement for cars furnished staff members on official business- 
June 13-16, 1971 65.93 

Apr. 12-16, 1971 71.61 

Jan. 21-22 and Apr. 11-14, 1971 62. 13 

June 15-17, 1971 20.66 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, Aug. 18, 1971 125. 81 

General Services Administration: 

Reimbursement for cars furnished staff members on official business- 
Apr. 14-16,1971 45.54 

June 19-23, 1971 64.81 

June 2-4, 1971.... 45.38 

June 14-15, 1971 94.06 

June 13-19, 1971.... _ _ 95.61 

Reimbursement for personnel services: 

U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, May-June 1971.. 2,275.55 

Central Intelligence Agency, Mar. 22-June 30, 1971 5,770.44 

National Bureau of Standards, June 14-30, 1971... 1,542.00 

U.S. Department of the Interior, Feb. 23-June 30, 1971 __ 5,836.29 

Refunds and adjustments (44.00) 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 160,968.16 

Advance of travel funds for official trip, Aug. 4, 1971: 

Aug. 13 1150 Cornelius R. Anderson . _ 750.00 

1151 Leroy R. Kirkpatrick _ _ 750.00 

Sept. 1 1637 Xerox Corp., installation of Xerox developer, June 24, 1971 _ 13.30 

8 1725 Willie C. Law, 5+ days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on official travel, 

from Washington, D.C., to Dallas and San Antonio, Tex., Aug. 1-6, 1971 212.25 

9 1769 Braniff Airways, Inc., official travel for Members and staff, July 21, 1971.... 274.00 

1770 Federal Bureau of Investigation, for personnel services, July 1971... 59,767.46 

1771 General Binding Corp., 500 Cerlox plastic bindings, July 29, 1971 32.15 

1776 General Services Administration, miscellaneous office supplies, July 15, 1971. 29.76 

National Aeronautics & Space Administration: 

Reimbursement for personnel services— 

1777 July 1971 - 717.95 

1778 July 5-31, 1971 1,817.85 

1795 Xerox Corp., meter usage, July 1971 142.10 

24 2103 Federal Bureau of I nvestigation, personnel services, August 1971 70, 643. 15 

2104 Hertz Corp., reimbursement for car furnished staff member on official business, Aug. 29- 

Sept.3, 1971 123.46 





20 


384 




27 


518 

519 

520 




28 


666 


Aug. 


3 


861 
862 




5 


921 

922 
923 
924 




6 


981 
982 




1/ 


1182 




18 


1236 


Sept, 


. 9 


1768 

1772 
1773 
1774 
1775 
1783 




15 


1899 


Oct. 


18 


2578 


Nov. 


10 


3291 
3292 
3293 




1? 


334? 


Dec. 


14 


4352 
4362 
4365 



183 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS— Continued 

National Aeronautics & Space Administration, for personnel services, July 1971 $1,065.44 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, July 1971 40. 15 

Barton, Duer & Koch Paper Co., mimeo paper, July 20, 1971 49.20 

National Aeronautics & Space Administration: 
Reimbursement for personnel services- 
August 1971 666.50 

Do ._ ._ 2,254.13 

Aug. 2-6,1971 .-.. 890.98 

U.S. General Accounting Office, official travel for Members and staff, Aug. 2-5, 1971 249.42 

Willie C. Law, advance of travel funds for trip to the Far East on official business, Oct. 12, 

1971. __ .... 750.00 

Xerox Corp., meter usage, July 30-Sept. 5, 1971 94.60 

Cornelius R. Anderson; 31J4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on 
travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to London, England; Stuttgart, Heidelberg, 
Frankfurt, Berlin, Hamburg, Wiesbaden and Munich, Germany; Copenhagen, Denmark; 
and Newport News, Va., Aug. 20-Sept. 24, 1971 — 

Per diem expenses 1,122.25 

Less advance travel funds _ 750.00 



Date 


No. 


1971 




Sept. 24 


2105 


30 


2232 


Oct. 18 


2577 




2579 




2580 




2581 




2582 


20 


2786 


22 


2810 


27 


2868 



372. 25 



2869 Leroy R. Kirkpatrick, 34 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 
round trip, from Washington, D.C., to London, England; Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Heidelberg, 
West Berlin, Wiesbaden and Munich, Germany; and Madrid, Spain, Aug. 20-Sept. 23, 
1971 — 

Per diem expenses. $1,163.25 

Less advance travel funds 750.00 

413.25 

Nov. 10 3289 Federal Bureau of Investigation, reimbursement for personnel services, September 1971_. 73,798.10 
General Services Administration: 
3290 Reimbursement for cars furnished staff members for travel on official business, Aug. 

1-6,1971 __ 65.35 

3294 Miscellaneous stationery items, Aug. 12-19, 1971 39.93 

National Aeronautics & Space Administration: 

Reimbursement for personnel services— 

3295 September 1971 ___ .....•_. 2,254.13 

3296 Do 780.45 

Reimbursement for cars furnished staff members for travel on official business: 

12 3339 Avis Rent-A-Car, Sept. 26, 1971.. 18.50 

3340 General Services Administration, Sept. 1-4, 1971 __ 29.95 

3341 National Airlines, Inc., official travel for Members and staff, Sept. 24,1971 54.00 

30 3750 General Services Administration, reimbursement for personnel services, July 19-Oct. 16, 

1971 6,174.27 

Reimbursement for cars furnished staff members for travel on official business: 

3751 General Services Administration, Aug. 28-Sept. 1, 1971 41. 12 

3752 Hertz International, Ltd., Oct. 12-15, 1971 65.79 

3753 Hertz Corp., Oct. 3-7, 1971... 91.31 

3754 National Aeronautics & Space Administration, reimbursement for personnel services, 

Sept. 7-16, 1971. 1,328.83 

Dec. 1 3896 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, August 1971 61.45 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage— 

3979 September 1971.... , .--- 58.20 

4229 October 1971 - - 95.04 

Reimbursement for personnel services: 
14 4353 Central Intelligence Agency, July 1-Oct. 1,1971 5,296.14 

4354 Defense Contract Audit Agency, Sept. 27-Oct. 31, 1971.... 2,457.25 

4355 Federal Bureau of Investigation, October 1971 81,235.20 

Reimbursement for cars furnished staff members for travel on official business: 

4356 General Services Administration, Aug. 2-4, 1971 40.95 

4357 Hertz Corp., Nov. 3-4, 1971. ---. 30. 53 

4358 Headquarters, U.S. Army Audit Agency, reimbursement for personnel services, Oct. 12-31, 

1971 ! ----- 726.31 

4359 National Journal, 1-year subscription beginning Jan. 1, 1972 200.00 

Reimbursement for personnel services: 

National Aeronautics & Space Administration: 

4360 October 1971 — - 1,038.75 

4361 Do __- - 2,254.13 

4363 Naval Audit Service, Oct. 12-31,1971 937.44 

4364 Pan American World Airways, Inc., official travel for Members and staff, Oct. 12, 1971 4,153.12 

Reimbursement for personnel services: 

4366 U.S. Department of the Interior, July 1-Aug. 21, 1971 - - 1,855.92 

4367 Department of the Treasury, July 25-Sept. 30, 1971 3,882.34 

20 4492 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, September 1971 23.74 

4560 Cornelius R. Anderson, 3JK days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on 

travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Los Angeles, Calif., Honolulu, Hawaii, and 

Hong Kong, Oct. 20-Nov. 19, 1971 1. 101. 50 

4561 Leroy R. Kirkpatrick, 5% days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, 

round trip, from Washington, D.C., to San Juan, P.R. and St. Croix, V.I., Nov. 28-Dec. 3, 

1971....:.. . - 247.65 



184 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

Date No. SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS— Continued 
1971 
Dec. 22 4699 Willie C. Law, 32^£ days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round 
trip, from Alexandria, Va., to Los Angeles, Calif., Honolulu, Hawaii, Bangkok, Thailand, 
Hong Kong, Seoul, Korea, and Tokyo, Japan, Oct. 21-23, 1971, plus ground transporta- 
tion for September-November 1971 — 

Total travel expenses _ $1, 106.60 

Less advance travel funds 750.00 

$356. 60 

29 4851 Agency for International Development, reimbursement for personnel services. Sept. 13- 

Oct. 2,1971 2,000.39 

4852 Avis Rent-A-Car System, Inc., reimbursement for car furnished staff member for travel on 

official business, Dec. 3-7, 1971. _ 83.96 

Reimbursement for personnel services: 

4853 Defense Contract Audit Agency, Nov. 1-30, 1971 2,162.38 

4854 DHEW-HSMHA-NCHSRD, Aug. 15-Sept. 30, 1971 4,241.45 

4855 Federal Bureau of Investigation, Nov. 1-30, 1971. 102,805.59 

General Services Administration: 

Reimbursement for car furnished staff member for travel on official business— 

4856 Aug. 18-20. 1971 69.67 

4857 Oct. 3 and 5, and Sept. 12 and 18,1971 _ 485.54 

Reimbursement for personnel services— 

4858 Oct 17-Nov. 13, 1971... 1,828.01 

4859 Oct. 18-Nov. 13,1971 _ _. 2,024.33 

4860 Headquarters, U.S. Army Audit Agency, reimbursement for personnel services, Nov. 1-30, 

1971_ _ _ .._ 1,229.14 

4861 McGraw-Hill Publications Co., 1-year subscription to Aviation Week _ 20.00 

4862 Military Airlift Command, official travel for staff members, Nov. 17, 1971 50.00 

National Aeronautics & Space Administration: 

Reimbursement for personnel services— 

4863 Oct. 4-29, 1971 _._ _ 2,794.13 

4864 Nov. 1-30, 1971.... _ 1,243.05 

4865 Do... 2,254.13 

4866 General Accounting Office, official travel for staff members, Aug. 20-Sept. 24 and Oct. 

12-21,1971 2,586.41 

4867 U.S. News & World Report, 15 1-year renewal subscriptions for 1972 180.00 

General Services Administration: 

Miscellaneous stationery items— 

4913 Oct. 7,1971 _ _ _ 5.70 

4914 Sept. 28-29,1971.... _ _ 31.93 

Northwest Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff— 

4925 Aug. 17,1971 _ _ 2,294.40 

4926 Nov. 23,1971 243.00 

Salaries for 6 months _ 64,191.45 

Refunds and adjustments (81.10) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 525,656.90 

OFFICE OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL 

July 2 55 Beverly Martinez, services rendered under contract, June 10-30, 1971 428.75 

6 86 Bureau of National Affairs, Inc., 1 copy of Developing Labor Law, June 14, 1971 24.85 

88 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, May 1971 13.20 

8 131 West Publishing Co., miscellaneous publications, June 11, 1971 1,503.50 

27 521 Selective Service Law Reporter, vol. 4, June 10, 1971 _ 40.00 

Aug. 5 925 H. W.Wilson Co., 1-year subscription to Index to Legal Periodicals, July 1971-72 35.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage— 

6 973 January-March 1971 2,352.16 

974 June 1971 979.79 

979 April-June 1971 1,496.15 

984 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, June 1971. 4.45 

10 1064 Office Supply Service, miscellaneous stationery items, June 1971 443.52 

13 1152 West Publishing Co., Lockhart K & C Const AC 3d, June 30, 1971 17.50 

Sept. 15 1898 Xerox Corp., developer, June 3,1971 42.75 

Oct. 22 2829 West Publishing Co., U.S. Code Annotated— complete set with 1970 pocket parts, June 22, 

1971 378.00 

Refunds and adjustments (33.00) 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 7,726.62 

WilliamS. Wilson, reimbursement to petty cash fund, July 7, 1971 100.00 

Dennis & Co., Inc., Georgetown Law Journal, vol. 46, Nos. 2 and 3, July 7, 1971 — 7.50 

Wall Street Journal , 2-year subscription, September 1971-72— - 68. 00 

Shepard's Citations, vol. 2, 1943-71 supplement to Case Edition 1943 and vol. 3, Case Edi- 
tion 1943-71, Aug. 3, 1971 - — - 65.00 

Sept. 14 1862 Government Printing Office, 1-year subscription of monthly Catalog of U.S. Government 

Publications. Aug. 5, 1971.. _ _ ---- ---- 7.00 

1863 Harvard Law Review, vol. 85 of Harvard Law Review, Sept. 3, 1971 12.50 



July 


20 


385 


Aug. 


3 


863 




17 


1183 




26 


1356 



185 

SALARIES OF OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES FROM 
JULY 1 TO DECEMBER 31, 1971— Continued 

Date No. SALARIES AND EXPENSES— OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES Amount 

OFFICE OF THE LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL-Continued 

1971 Office Supply Service, office supplies: 

Sept. 15 1892 July 1971 $57 86 

1893 August 1971 _.. 144.90 

1900 West Publishing Co., 1 copy each of Federal Supplement 317-321 and Federal Reporter 

431-435, July 29, 1971 _ 140.00 

22 2019 Government Printing Office, 20 copies of Government Organization Manual, Aug. 31, 1971. 60.00 

28 2187 Xerox Corp., meter usage and accessory basic use charge, July-August 1971 1,231.51 

Oct. 4 2418 Commerce Clearing House, Inc., 1-year subscription to Taxes, The Tax Magazine, August 

1971-72 __.. 15.00 

18 2583 American University Law Review, 1 copy of The Modernization of Justice in the District 

of Columbia, part II, Sept. 17, 1971 .._ .".. 2.50 

2584 New York University Law Review, April 1971 Law Review, Sept. 20, 1971... 2. 50 

22 2811 Xerox Corp., reimbursement for discounts taken past allowable time, Sept. 18, 1971.. 72.74 

Nov. 10 3297 Xerox Corp., meter usage, Oct. 9, 1971 942.51 

12 3343 Commerce Clearing House, Inc., 2 copies of Congressional Index 1972, Nov. 5, 1971 340.00 

3344 Shepard's Citations, Shepard's U.S. Administrative Citations— Bound Supplement, Nov. 5, 

1971 35.00 

Reimbursement of expenses incurred on official committee business, Nov. 9-10, 1971: 

17 3424 Lawrence E. Filson 70.99 

3425 RobertR. Nordhaus.... 67.86 

3486 Xerox, foot pedal switch, Oct. 31, 1971 __ 20.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 

3499 August 1971 29.80 

3500 September 1971 1.05 

3529 Office Supply Service, miscellaneous supplies, September 1971 _ 69.31 

19 3618 Lawrence E. Filson, reimbursement of expenses incurred on official committee business, 

Nov. 15-16, 1971.. ._ 49.53 

3622 Harvard University, Harvard Journal on Legislation, Oct. 15, 1971 7. 50 

24 3700 Roger D. Young, reimbursement of expenses incurred on official committee business, 

Nov. 15-16, 1971 44.78 

Dec. 3 4042 David E. Meade, reimbursement for expenses incurred on recruiting trip to the Universities 
of Southern California, U.C.L.A., Berkeley, Stanford, and Hastings, Calif., Nov. 10-20, 

1971. _ 334.50 

8 4096 Commerce Clearing House, Inc., Code and Regulations 1972, Nov. 5, 1971 64.00 

4097 Lawrence E. Filson, reimbursement for expenses incurred on recruiting trip to Yale Uni- 

versity, New Haven, Conn., Nov. 28-29, 1971 66.35 

4098 Ward M. Hussey, reimbursement for expenses incurred on recruiting trip to Universities of 

Southern California, U.C.L.A., Berkeley, Stanford, and Hastings, Calif., Nov. 9-21, 1971. 350.26 

4100 Roger D. Young, reimbursement for expenses incurred on recruiting trip to Yale University, 

New Haven, Conn., Nov. 28-29, 1971 _ _.. 72.21 

4101 Office Supply Service, miscellaneous stationery items, October 1971 1 118.39 

10 4227 Xerox Corp., meter usage, October 1971 808.84 

20 4526 Eastern Airlines, Inc., official travel for staff, Nov. 15, 1971 152.00 

4537 Penn Central Transportation Co., official travel for staff, Nov. 9, 1971 34.00 

29 4936 Office Supply Service, miscellaneous stationery items, November 1971 76.08 

4943 West Publishing Co., 1 copy each of United States Code Annotated Index D & K, Federal 

Reporter vol. 441, and Federal Supplement vols. 325 and 326, Nov. 24, 1971... 53.00 

Salaries for 6 months _ 305, 150.88 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations : 310,945.85 

ATTENDING PHYSICIAN— TECHNICAL ASSISTANT 

Salaries for 6 months - 10,413.54 

TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS. SALARIES AND EXPENSES-OFFICERS AND EMPLOYEES 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations. __ _ 176, 120.28 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 10,807,217.16 

Total 10,983,337.44 



1971 




Sept. 23 


2043 


Oct. 4 


2393 




2394 


Nov. 12 


3335 




3336 


26 


3726 


Dec. 10 


4186 




4187 



186 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. CLERK HIRE, MEMBERS, RESIDENT COMMISSIONER, AND DELEGATE Amount 

Refunds and adjustments ($39.08) 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations (39.08) 

Salaries for 6 months 2,368.08 

Refunds and adjustments (846.00) 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 1,522.08 

Agnes J. Higgins: 

Payment of unpaid compensation due to the death of Mary C. Higgins 1, 592. 44 

Lullis K. Cook, payment of unpaid compensation due to the death of Clair M. Cook 115. 00 

Lewie Tabor, payment of unpaid compensation due to the death of Esta Tabor. 537.51 

Natole G. Brais, payment of unpaid compensation due to the death of Janet O. Dent 525.00 

Mary Giffen Wheeler, payment of unpaid compensation due to the death of William W. 

Giffen _ 1,575.00 

Julie Nakkula, pay ment of unpaid compensation due to the death of Walter G. Nakkula 43.06 

Helen M. Alberts, payment of unpaid compensation due to the death of Alfred E. Alberts 304. 05 

Barbara D. Bremner, payment of unpaid compensation due to the death of William C. 

Bremner 51.39 

4188 Thomas B. and Nellie V. Jimerfield, payment of unpaid compensation due to the death of 

Joyce E. Jimerfield 275.00 

Salariesfor 6 months 28,346,705.78 

Refunds and adjustments... (15,508.36) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 28,336,215.87 

ATTENDING PHYSICIAN 

1971 

July 6 107 Air Products & Chemicals $4.45 

A. J. Buck &Son, Inc. •_ 56.40 

Arcum Pharmaceutical Corp 36.00 

Cenco 226.95 

Eli Lilly & Co... ._ 256.08 

Scientific Products 42.16 

108 Bialek's Medical Arts Pharmacy 1,365.03 

Woman Surgical Supply Co 6.95 

Parke-Davis 15.66 

Smith, Kline & French _ _._ 124.13 

19 368 Robert F. Moran, reimbursement for expenses incurred purchasing supplies for the office 

of Attending Physician, June 17-29, 1971 23.48 

26 504 A. J. Buck& Son, Inc 48.95 

Beuchler's 31.50 

Canalco.... 138.00 

Curtin Scientific Co 80.00 

Lewis Associates, Inc 28.00 

Picker Corp. 35.20 

29 700 Rufus J. Pearson, M.D., reimbursement for official travel expenses, 1 way, to attend the 

American College of Physicians, Advances in Internal Medicine— Perspectives and 

Horizons, from Washington, D.C.,to Banff, Canada, June 22-25 and 28-30, 1971. 556.50 

Aug. 9 1021 Commanding Officer, National Naval Medical Center 2,887.86 

Henry B. Gilpin Co.... 230.79 

Polaroid Corp 220.00 

Schering _ 84.94 

Wyeth Laboratories 135.36 

Scientific Products... 12.50 

11 1117 Johnson & Johnson.. 276.23 

Merck, Sharp & Dohme 145.35 

S. Livingston & Son. Inc 336.00 

S & W X-ray Chemical Service, Inc 52.90 

Sept.22 2008 Air Products & Chemicals. 28.14 

Bialek's. 656.83 

Cenco 502.00 

Defense Personnel Support Center 302.70 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations. 8,947.04 

July 29 699 Rufus J. Pearson. M.D., reimbursement for official travel expenses, 1 way, to attend the 
American College of Physicians, Advances in Internal Medicine— Perspectives and 

Horizons, from Banff, Canada, to Washington, D.C., July 1-3,1971 277.38 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, July 31, 1971 : 

30 724 PaulC. Carpenter, M.D... 200.00 

725 James A. Gary 200.00 

726 Millard J. Gomez 200.00 

727 Richard L. Mallea 200.00 

728 R.J. Pearson, M.D., allowance as Attending Physician, as authorized, July 31, 1971 1,000.00 



187 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. ATTENDING PHYSICIAN Amount 

1971 Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, July 31, 1971: 

July 30 729 J. Brian Sheedy, M.D $200.00 

730 Ellsworth J.Shegonee 200.00 

731 William F. Wroda 200.00 

Aug. 11 1118 Henry B. Gilpin Co - - 526.40 

Parke-Davis 1,170.00 

Worthington Biochemical Corp 42.75 

17 1193 Robert F. Moran, reimbursement for expenses incurred purchasing supplies for office of 

Attending Physician, July 6-28, 1971 99.01 

1194 J. Brian Sheedy, M.D., reimbursement for expenses incurred on official travel to Denver, 

Colo., to attend American College of Physicians, Post Graduate Course, July 25-29, 1971 . . 437. 00 
Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, Aug. 31, 1971: 

31 1410 Paul C. Carpenter, M.D - 200.00 

1411 James A. Gary . 200.00 

1412 Millard J. Gomez 200.00 

1413 Richard L. Mallea. - 200.00 

1414 R. J. Pearson, M.D., allowance as Attending Physician, as authorized, Aug. 31, 1971 1, 000. 00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, Aug. 31, 1971 : 

1415 J. Brian Sheedy, M.D 200.00 

1416 Ellsworth J.Shegonee 200.00 

1417 William F. Wroda 200.00 

Sept. 22 2005 Ayerst Laboratories _. 79.79 

SchsringCorp _ 351.63 

Charles C. Thomas, Publisher - 21.92 

Wyeth Laboratories _ - 148.22 

Year Book Medical Publishers.. _ _ 14.05 

McGraw-Hill Book Co 14.11 

2006 A.J. Buck - 136.55 

A. H. Robins... 28.22 

Eaton Laboratories.. 427.91 

E. R. Squibb & Sons, Inc 160.75 

Henry B. Gilpin Co 241.37 

Lange Medical Publications _ 8.30 

2007 Commanding Officer, National Naval Medical Center _. 1,782.00 

Scientific Products... 5.75 

S & W X-rav Chemical Service 34.75 

W. B.Saunders Co 86.85 

Westwood Pharmaceutics, Inc... 121.95 

24 2055 Robert F. Moran, reimbursement for expenses incurred purchasing supplies for office of 

Attending Physician, Aug. 4-Sept. 13, 1971. 99. 12 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, Sept. 30, 1971 : 

30 2197 Paul C. Carpenter, M.D 2G0.00 

2198 James A. Gary 200.00 

2199 Millard J. Gomez. 200.00 

2200 Richard L. Mallea 200.00 

2201 R.J. Pearson, M.D., allowance as Attending Phsyician, as authorized, Sept. 30, 1971 1,000.00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, Sept. 30, 1971: 

2202 Ellsworth J. Shegonee 200.00 

2203 J. BrianSheedy, M.D... - 200.00 

2204 William F. Wroda.... 200.00 

Oct 18 2575 Robert F. Moran, reimbursementfor expenses incurred purchasing supplies for office of the 

Attending Physician, Sept. 28-Oct. 1, 1971.. 58.61 

19 2648 Dorsey Laboratories - - 359. 10 

District Wholesale Drug Corp.. 553.62 

Mead Johnson Laboratories 87.28 

Pfizer Diagnostic Division. 110.50 

S & W X-rav Chemical Service, Inc. - 54.00 

William H. Rorer, Inc.. - 40.10 

22 2841 Robert F. Moran, reimbursement for expenses incurred purchasing supplies for office of 

the Attending Physician, Oct. 1-14, 1971. - 74.08 

27 2880 Bethmont Surgical Supply Co. - 32.00 

Ciba Pharmaceutical Co --- 57.74 

Commanding Officer, National Naval Medical Center.. 1,870.93 

Geigy Pharmaceuticals.. 51.22 

Roche Laboratories - 103.49 

Stuart Pharmaceuticals... - - 98.08 

28 2885 Arcum Pharmaceutical Corp - 91-20 

Eaton Laboratories 188. 16 

Miller-Morton Co. - - 12-65 

Physio-Control Corp... - - 2,725.00 

Economics Press, Inc --- 30.96 

Year Book Medical Publishers... _ - 3.00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, Oct. 31, 1971: 

29 2926 Paul C. Carpenter, M.D. - 200.00 

2927 James A. Gary 200.00 

2928 Millard J. Gomez 200.00 

2929 Richard L. Mallea , 200.00 

2930 R.J. Pearson, M.D., allowance as Attending Physician, as authorized, Oct. 31, 1971 1,000.00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, Oct. 31, 1971 : 

2931 J. Brian Sheedy, M.D 200.00 

2932 Ellsworth J. Shegonee 200.00 

2933 William F. Wroda - - 200.00 

71-124—72 13 



188 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. ATTENDING PHYSICIAN Amount 

1971 

Nov. 8 3199 American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Inc $19.80 

American Medical Association ... 5.00 

Chattanooga Pharmacal Co 22.32 

Commanding Officer, National Naval Medical Center 1,615. 52 

Scientific Products 320.40 

W. B.Saunders Co 21.35 

23 3687 Robert F. Moran, reimbursement for expenses incurred purchasing supplies for office of 

the Attending Physician, Oct. 20-Nov. 15, 1971 47.13 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, Nov. 30, 1971: 

30 3741 Paul C. Carpenter, M.D 200.00 

3742 James A. Gary - .- 200.00 

3743 Millard J. Gomez_ 200.00 

3744 Richard L Mallea 200.00 

3745 R. J. Pearson, M.D., allowance as Attending Physician, as authorized, Nov. 30, 1971 1,000.00 

Allowance as ?n assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, Nov. 30, 1971 : 

3746 J. BrianSheedy, M.D 200.00 

3747 Ellsworth J. Shegonee 200.00 

3748 William F. Wroda - 200.00 

Dec. 10 4196 Commanding Officer, National Naval Medical Center 2,250.32 

Dorsey 1,102.50 

Profexray - 59.00 

Roche Laboratories 127.23 

Wyeth Laboratories.... 328.34 

Year Book Medical Publishers 15.00 

4197 Curtin Scientific Co 76.00 

E. N. Rowell Co., Inc 216.00 

J. A. Preston Corp 55.21 

Schering Corp 732. 55 

UDj'ohn Co — - -- 90.43 

Worthington Biochemical Corp 66.23 

4198 A. J. Buck & Son 190.85 

Bialek's Medical Arts Supply 24.16 

Drug Topics Red Book 30.00 

Scientific Products 301.78 

S & W Chemical Service, Inc.. 43.00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, Dec. 31, 1971: 

20 4480 Paul C. Carpenter, M.D 200.00 

4481 James A. Gary.. 200.00 

4482 Millard J. Gomez 200.00 

4483 Richard L Mallea 200.00 

4484 R. J. Pearson, M.D., allowance as Attending Physician, as authorized, Dec. 31, 1971 1,000.00 

Allowance as an assistant to the Attending Physician, as authorized, Dec. 31, 1971: 

4485 J. Brian Sheedy, M.D.... 200.00 

4486 Ellsworth J. Shegonee 200.00 

4487 William F. Wroda.. 200.00 



Total paid from 1972 appropriations 35,077.62 

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 

SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, AND SERVICES 
1971 

July 2 43 Bell & Howell Co., 10 rolls of MD3 film and processing, Sergeant at Arms, May 26, 1971.. $48. 40 

47 Rentex Linen Service, Office of the Doorkeeper, May 1971 79.80 

68 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, reimbursement for medical services fur- 

nished by the Public Health Service Outpatient Clinic to employees of the Office of the 

Doorkeeper, March-April 1971 300.00 

69 Rentex Linen Service, Office of the Doorkeeper, March-April 1971.. 85.80 

6 72 Architect of the Capitol, gasoline, House Post Office, March-April 1971 36.17 

106 Arlington Paper Supply Co., Inc., paper cup dispensers 25. 50 

George R. Keller, Inc., solvent 126.22 

S. Freedman & Sons, Inc., supplies 574.94 

Colgate-Palmolive Co., hand soap 116.62 

Ancorp National Services, Inc.: 

Newspapers furnished the Speaker's Lobby— 

8 132 June 197L. 258.40 

133 May 1971... - 258.40 

9 173 Ace Federal Reporters, Inc., stenographic reporting, Mar. 23-Apr. 27, 1971 225.50 

174 John W. McCormack, M.C., reimbursement for official office expenses incurred outside the 

District of Columbia, quarterly period ending June 30, 1971, pursuant to H. Res. 1238,91st 

Congress 300.00 

175 Office of Sergeant at Arms, to restore and adjust trust fund account provided for by H. Res. 

465, P.L. 624,84th Congress, July 1, 1970-June 30, 1971 4.54 

15 332 National Cash Register Co., forms. -. - 233.01 

R. J.Sachs, repair and antique frames 255.00 

Allied Plywood Corp., plywood for cabinetry 781. 70 

West Publishing Co., U.S. Code Annotated ---- 18. 00 

334 Sears, Roebuck 6 Co., towels and sheets 187.20 

Hermes Plastics, Inc., engraving supplies 11.31 

Crown Supply, Inc., custodial supplies — 130.09 



189 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, AND SERVICES— Continued 
1971 
July 20 397 Office Supply Service, for stationery supplies furnished committees, officers of the House 

of Representatives, and others, June 1971 _.. $13,918.36 

399 John W. McCormack, M.C., reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District 

of Columbia, quarter ending June 30, 1971, pursuant to H. Res. 1238, 91st Congress 144. 30 

21 430 Xerox Corp., supplies and materials, March-June 1971 1,060.38 

Diebold, Inc., repair files 21.45 

Hay Rubber Stamp Co., notary stamp 3. 60 

Lamb Seal & Stencil Co., Inc., pocket notary seal 12.00 

Press Association, Inc., special city wire service, February-May 1971 528. 00 

S.C.M. Corp., repair calculators, April-May 1971 _ 36.90 

Washington Capital News Service, wire service, March-June 1971 360. 00 

462 Library of Congress, lamination of Members' ID cards, April-June 1971 11. 50 

463 Northwest Airlines, Inc., official travel for staff, Office of the Clerk, Mar. 1, 1971 176.00 

Penn Central Transportation Co., official travel for staff, Office of the Clerk — 

464 Apr. 30,1971 34.00 

465 Feb. 5, 1971 34.00 

26 505 George F. Cake Co., ammunition for training and issue to new men 980.00 

Cappet Corp., canned dog food, dishes, dog combs and brushes 176.57 

Philips Police Equipment Co., rawhide thongs and rubber rings for batons for new men... 57.78 

Wayne Feed Supply Co., dry dog food 63.00 

507 A & N Trading Co., Inc., 7 pairs of boots for K-9 training uniform. 106.06 

Commercial Uniform Sales Corp., shirts, trousers and caps for K-9 training uniform 218. 75 

Fargo International, blackjacks, conical batons and holsters 1,797.60 

Potomac Rubber Co., 126 police raincoats with 88 on back order 2,376.36 

Simon Atlas Sons, Inc., 200 Smith & Wesson service revolvers ._ 12,000.00 

27 604 Eastern Airlines, Inc., official travel for staff, Office of the Clerk, May 18, 1971 26. 00 

28 653 IBM Corp., transportation charge for equipment 7.50 

672 Xerox Corp., meter usage 17.46 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service 18.95 

681 Architect of the Capitol, gasoline and oil, Office of theCierk, May-June 1971 57.92 

Informatics, Inc.: 

For services rendered as per contract— 

684 May 1-28,1971 4,923.29 

685 Mar. 27-Apr. 30,1971... 7,530.81 

29 694 Supreme Equipment & Systems Corp., file boxes 59.40 

Memorex Corp., magnetic tape and cartridges 750.00 

IBM Corp., tab cards 130.60 

30 720 Empire Laundry, Inc., laundry service furnished to the House of Representatives as per 

contract, June 1971 4,403.03 

723 Chemistry Hall Laboratories, Inc., supplies 452.50 

Dixie Janitor Supply Co., Inc., steel hampers 64.09 

Aug. 3 886 Health, Education, & Welfare, medical services 468.00 

4 914 A. B. Dick Co., paper and toner 233.50 

Miles Glass Co., glass tops for desk and credenza 93.00 

5 917 Westvaco, corrugated boxes 640.42 

Supreme Equipment & Systems Corp., label holders for file system 25. 00 

10 1052 General Services Administration, health benefits instructions, Mar. 31, 1971.. 2.20 

1054 West Publishing Co., miscellaneous publications, Committee on the Judiciary, May 27, 

1971 1,244.50 

1057 Moore Business Forms, Inc 155.38 

11 1122 Informatics, Inc., for services rendered under contract, Office of the Clerk, May 29- 

June25, 1971 2,666.88 

17 1179 Erdman Mfg. Corp., 1 dozen street leads for K-9 dogs 36.00 

Hermes Plastics, Inc., 500 silver and 100 gold name plates 231.30 

Muscatello's, sew 72 Sergeant strips and 214 flag pins 179.00 

18 1203 V. H. Blackinton & Co., 199 sets of Private, 11 sets of Sergeant, and 4 sets of Lieutenant 

badges 5,023.45 

Fargo International, 214 batons... 353. 10 

G & G Co., 250 Sergeant chevrons. 125.00 

25 1296 Architect of the Capitol, gasoline, House Post Office, May-June 1971 36.63 

31 1466 Libraryof Congress, laminationof ID cards, Committee on House Administration, July 1971.. 3.00 

West Publishing Co.: 

1468 U.S. Code Annotated, Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs 378.00 

Sept. 9 1759 Pursuant to P.L. 90-392, providing for the procurement of the U.S. Code Annotated 

for Members of the House of Representatives, Mar. 30-June 11, 1971 16, 590. 00 

14 1872 Burroughs Corp., 20 rolls of paper, Sergeant at Arms, Sept. 3, 1971 50.40 

20 1961 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co., official telephone service, Joint Committee on 

Congressional Operations 47. 20 

22 2039 EveningStar Newspaper Co., aavertisements, Office of the Clerk, June 20, 1971 94.24 

27 2144 Office Supply Service, miscellaneous stationery items furnished John W. McCormack, 

M.C.Jan. 7, 1971 29.24 

Oct. 4 2396 G. & G. Co., Inc., shirts, visibility jackets, gloves and cap covers, neckties, caps, scarves. 

sergeant chevrons and sew-on chevrons 12, 382. 90 

Muscatello's, 214 pairs of summer trousers 3,370.50 

Potomac Rubber Co., 88 pairs of police raincoats 1,659.68 

RCA, 20 radio earphones. 220.00 

Wayne Feed Supply Co., 12 50 lb. bags of dog food and 25 packages of pet tablets 97.75 

22 2846 Jimmie Muscatello's, 22 complete guide uniform sets 4,675.00 



190 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, AND SERVICES— Continued 
1971 
Nov. 16 3414 G &G Co., Inc.: 

26 3731 214 winter trousers and blouses _ $14,423.60 

214 summer trousers _ 2,675.00 

General Services Administration, 214 clothing lockers and 216 binders for police training 

manuals 4,870.00 

Dec. 8 4166 Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, reimbursement for medical services fur- 
nished U.S. Capitol Police Board, June 1971 576.00 

Refunds and adjustments... 166.50 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations _. 130,437. 13 

July 30 722 J. Milton Baker Co., supplies 131.77 

IBM Corp., tab cards 399.86 

S. Freedman & Sons, Inc.: 

White sand... 25.54 

iAufi. 3 :387 Papertowels 225.22 

"904 Dixie Janitor Supply Co., Inc., waste receptacles _ 7.06 

D.E. Otley, parts 2,656.32 

W. W. Grainger, Inc., tools and parts _ 83.56 

4 915 Vestal Laboratories, cleaning supnlies 44.25 

Colgate-Palmolive Co., discount chargeback _ 2.38 

General Fireproofing Co., glides 33.75 

5 918 Supreme Equipment & Systems Corp., shelves for Supreme files.. 15.21 

Elman Labels & Paper Products, tape reel labels 56.92 

S. Freedman & Sons, Inc., paper towels.. _ _ 450.44 

963 Raleigh's, official uniform for chauffeur, Office of the Clerk, July 29, 1971 200.95 

6 994 William M. Miller, to establish change fund for House barbershops, Aug. 6, 1971 100.00 

10 1053 Bell & Howell, film duplication, Sergeant at Arms, July 22, 1971 23.76 

1058 Moore Business Forms, Inc 967.21 

12 1146 Humble, gasolina. Office of the Clerk, July 30, 1971 6.38 

17 1176 Office Supply Service, for stationery supplies furnished committees, officers of the House 

of Representatives, and others, July 1971 6, 171.78 

20 1249 Harold Wills, 7 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, 

from Washington, D.C., to Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 9-15, 1971 357.00 

24 1263 Potomac Rubber Co., Inc., rubber mats 76.80 

Myra Deane Co., supplies for Members' bath 27.00 

Craft House, catalog 2.50 

General Fireproofing Co., chairs 1,971.56 

1290 Ancorp National Service, Inc., for newspapers furnished Speaker's Lobby, July 1971 258.40 

25 1314 Westvaco, corrugated boxes 1,435.50 

Dixie Janitor Supply Co., Inc., mop refills 28.22 

S. Freedman & Sons, Inc., toilet tissue 207.16 

31 1467 Library of Congress, lamination of ID cards, Committee on House Administration, June 

1971 2.00 

1486 Empire Laundry, Inc., laundry service furnished to the House of Representatives as per 

contract, July 1971 4,264.87 

Sept. 9 1758 Health, Education, and Welfare, reimbursement for medical services, House of Represent- 
atives Restaurant...- - - 192.00 

1760 West Publishing Co., miscellaneous volumes of U.S. Code Annotated, July 7-9, 1971 1,902.00 

13 1828 Humble, gasoline, Office of the Clerk, August 1971 29.34 

1846 T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc., corrugated boxes 225.74 

NCR Systemedia Div., pressure sensitive labels 58.02 

Glass Distributors, Inc.. mirror 27.72 

Miles Glass Co., glass desk top 57.50 

14 1871 Burroughs Corp., 100 rolls of adding machine paper, Sergeant at Arms, Sept. 2, 1971 20.10 

1873 Steuart Motor Co., service and repair of official car, Office of Postmaster, Sept. 8, 1971 80.68 

15 1901 American Floor Products Co., rubber floor mats. _ 658.71 

16 1931 Office Supply Service, stationery supplies furnished committees, officers of the House of 

Representatives and others, August 1971 5,473.63 

17 1935 Moore Business Forms, Inc 1,230.58 

TAB Products Co., data cabinet and tape racks 252.32 

West Publishing Co., U.S.C.A. (5 volumes) 20.00 

IBM Corp., black ribbons.. 124.20 

1941 Memorex Corp., magnetic tape _ 862.40 

S. Freedman & Sons, Inc., papertowels.. 225.22 

Frank W. Winne & Son, Inc., cotton twine 332.48 

Baer-Slade Corp., mops - 306.00 

Arlington Paper Supply Co., Inc., paper cups.. 397.50 

22 2040 Washington Post Co., advertisements, Office of the Clerk 56.32 

28 2155 Office Supply Service, service and parts on I BM equipment furnished John W. McCormack, 

M.C., Aug. 3, 1971. 17.10 

2156 Times Picayune Publishing Co., 1-year subscription, Sept. 18,1971-72.. 55.20 

2157 Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Co., 11 copies of Federal Code Annotated, 1971-72 

Supplements, July 2, 1971 660.00 

American Bank Stationery Co. : 

2158 25 pt. blue unilexhomestyle covers, Sergeant at Arms, Sept. 7, 1971 287.24 

2159 17 pt. blue unilex end stub covers, Sergeant at Arms, Sept. 2,1971 696.24 

2160 End stub pocket, and homestyle desk checks, Sergeant at Arms, Aug. 30, 1971 2, 479. 90 

2161 IBM Corp., equipment rental, July-August 1971 1,260.57 

30 2220 Empire Laundry, Inc., laundry service furnished to the House of Representatives as per 

contract, August 1971... 3,780.08 



191 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, AND SERVICES— Continued 
1971 

Oct. 1 2387 General Services Administration, work gloves --- $33.60 

Lawyers Co-Operative Publishing Co., American Jurisprudence, vol. 58 — 22.50 

T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc., sealing tape 1,514.25 

7 2457 Shepard's Citations, vol. 2, 1943-71, supplement to Case Edition 1943, and vol. 3, Case 

Edition 1943-1971, Committee on the Judiciary. July 31, 1971 75.00 

18 2600 Bell & Howell, 10 rolls of MD3 (film, and processing, Sergeant at Arms, Sept. 23, 1971 48.40 

2601 Empire Laundry, Inc., laundry service furnished to the House of Representatives as per 

contract, September 1971 3,545.54 

2602 Humble, gasoline, oil and servicing, Office of the Clerk, September 1971 42.60 

Architect of the Capitol: 

22 2793 Gasoline and oil, Office of the Clerk, July-August 1971 __ 41.02 

2794 Gasoline, House Post Office, July-August 1971 32.84 

2844 Lee D. Butler, Inc., auto repairs, Office of the Clerk, Sept. 21 Oct. 8, 1971 31.10 

2845 Library of Congress, lamination of ID card, Committee on House Administration, Sept. 28, 

1971 --- I- 50 

2852 John W. (VlcCormack, MC, reimbursement for official office expenses incurred outside the 
District of Columbia, quarterly period ending Sept. 30, 1971, pursuant to H. Res. 1238, 

91st Congress - -- 300.00 

27 2876 U.S. Steel Supply Div., copper strapping .- 516. 60 

Westvaco, corrugated boxes J™, ob 

2877 S. Freedman & Sons, Inc., custodial supplies «"35 

NCR Systemedia Div., supplies J*« 

Hermes Plastics, Inc., engraving supplies 467. 11 

2879 Tab Products Co., special 20 drawer file. - »i46 

J. Milton Baker Co., cleaner l\ J> 

Nov. 1 3059 Vestal Laboratories, janitorial supplies 53. 02 

Advanced Equipment Co., Inc., casters *'m 

Lawyers Co-Operative Publishing Co., vol. 59, American Jurisprudence 22. 50 

W. W. Grainger, Inc., portable air compressor with accessories 313 .46 

Bell & Howell, parts _ 371.50 

3 3138 Health, Education, & Welfare, reimbursement for medical services, House of Representa- 
tives Restaurant 1,020.00 

9 3221 Office Supply Service, stationery supplies furnished committees, officers of the House of 

Representatives and others, September 1971 6, 295.62 

10 3233 IBM Corp., transportation charges 32 - 0U 

3283 Office Supply Service, for stationery supplies furnished John W. McCormack, M.C., Sept. 3, 

1971___ 21 - 38 

Ancorp. National Services, Inc.: 

Newspapers furnished the Speaker's Lobby — „ ro 

3309 August 1971 258.40 

3310 September 1971 - --- Z?,?- 4 " 

3311 Burroughs Corp., paper supplies, Sergeant at Arms, Oct. 27, 1971 2d. 20 

3312 Patterson Glass, Inc., replacement of glass broken in Publications Distribution Service, 

Oct. 18,1971 „ l*-45 

3313 West Publishing Co., 379 U.S. Code Annotated Index, D-D (2 vols.), Oct. 20, 1971 3,032.00 

16 3360 Benjamin J.Guthrie, reimbursment for 18 Xerox reproductions, Office of the Clerk, Nov. 8, 

1971 10.80 

3370 Humble, gas, oil, etc., for official automobile, Offbe of the Clerk, October 1971 29.49 

3372 United Air Lines, Inc., official travel for staff, Office of the Clerk, August 1971 98 .00 

3378 T. A. Cantweli Paper Co., Inc., corrugated boxes 1. 2 °6. 17 

Bell & Howell, parts '"5.60 

Humble Oil & Refining Co., gear and motor oil - *5. 32 

IBM Corp., blank checks - „ °l^li 

3396 West Publishing Co., 384 U.S. Code Annotated Index, A-B, and C (2 vols.), Sept. 16, 1971. 3, 072. 00 

3416 Burroughs Corp., 12 ribbons, Sergeant at Arms, Oct. 4, 1971 28.80 

3417 Empire Laundry, Inc., laundry service furnished to the House of Representatives as per 

contract October 1971 .. ---- 3,701.69 

3418 Lawyers Co-Operative Publishing Co., 11 Federal Code Annotated, vols. 8-9, Oct. 10, 1971. 330.00 

17 3485 John W. McCormack, M.C., reimbursementfor officialtelephone serviceoutside the District 

of Columbia, quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971, pursuant to H. Res. 1238, 91st Congress.... 144. 30 

18 3536 Lawyers Co-Operative Publishing Co., American Jurisprudence 2d— 51-55.. Ill' no 

New Hermes Engraving Machine Corp., engraving supplies J*. 78 

Chemistry Hall Laboratories, Inc., concentrated hand soap ™-™ 

Dixie Janitor Supply Co., Inc., 2 cases polyliners... - *.a 

S. Freedman &Sons, Inc., trash can liners o, oc 

23 3691 W. B.Skidmore Co., Inc., repair Widgit - -- 3 1- 25 

3692 Office Sucply Service, stationery supplies furnished committees, officers of the House of 

Representatives and others, October 1971 -- ;'„5o'nn 

24 3718 West Publishing Co., 379 U.S. Code Annotated Index, L-R (2 vols.), Nov. 15, 1971... . 3 .P, 3 ,2.00 
26 3723 S. Freedman & Sons, Inc., paper towels - n\A 

West Chemical Products, Inc., liquid soap - - -- II n 

Morris & Echels, Inc., coat hangers... ci ?n 

Frager's Hardware, brushes and knives - - 61. 20 

Moore Business Forms, Inc - 104.39 



192 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, AND SERVICES— Continued 
1971 

Nov 30 3769 Architect of the Capitol, gasoline and oil, Office of the Clerk, October 1971 $55.67 

3783 Frank W. Winnie & Son, Inc., cotton twine . 351.28 

Moore Business Forms, Inc 202. 95 

E. H. Walker Supply Co., Inc 67.03 

S. Freedman & Sons, Inc., supplies _ 207. 16 

Caoitol Hill Movers, use of truck and driver to move furniture 76. 00 

3787 International Autopen Co., rental of 12 signature machines 600. 00 

ITEL Corp., rental of 2 automatic typewriters and accessories, November 1971.. 688. 00 

Magnavox Systems, Inc., rental of 5 facsimile transceivers, November 1971 427. 50 

Graphic Sciences, Inc., rental of 63 facsimile transceivers, July-November 1971 3, 122. 57 

IBM Corp., rental of 5 MTSTs and 9 Mag Cards, September-October 1971. 3, 320. 23 

WPPI, Inc., rental of 8 Editypers with accessories, November 1971... 1,733.47 

Dec. 1 4008 Capitol View Service, automobile repair, Office of the Postmaster, Nov. 5, 1971 37.95 

3 4069 General Electric Co., new refrigerator and freezer 234. 00 

Rapidprint Time Recorders, Inc., balance due on automatic time stamp 2.02 

Crown Supply, Inc., ropes and hooks 455.40 

4078 West Publishing Co., USCA annotated (2 vols.) 8.00 

S. Freedman &Sons, Inc., paper towels 225.22 

Westbaco, corrugated boxes 1, 504. 52 

Didde-Glaser, Inc., parts for collator 161. 50 

s 4164 G&G Co., I nc, 1,688 long sleeve shirts and 8 Sgt. chevrons 8,530.40 

4165 Humble, gasoline, Office of the Clerk, Nov.30,1971 14.48 

4167 Department of Health, Education, & Welfare: 

Reimbursement for medical services furnished, U.S. Capitol Police Board- 
July 1971 460.00 

August 1971 600.00 

10 4273 Empire Laundry, Inc., laundry service furnished the House of Representatives as per con- 
tract, November 1971 4,331.45 

14 4315 Office Supply Service, stationery supplies furnished committees, officers of the House of 

Representatives and others, November 1971 6,606.67 

4316 Health, Education, & Welfare, reimbursement for medical services, House of Representatives 

Restaurant 640.00 

4319 George R. Keller, Inc., supplies. 30.44 

Bell & Howell, parts 36.80 

4349 T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc., tape... 1,052.77 

17 4459 U.S. Capitol Historical Society, historical calendars 62,856.00 

T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc., corrugated boxes 388.67 

4460 George R. Keller, Inc., supplies 12.87 

T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc., corrugated boxes.. 299.49 

20 4542 Office Supply Service, stationery supplies furnished John W.McCormackM.C, Oct. 8,1971.. 6.12 

Ancorp National Services, Inc.: 

Newspapers furhished the Speaker's Lobby— 

22 4725 October 1971.. 258.40 

4726 November 1971 258.40 

29 4893 Moore Business Forms, Inc., continuous W-2 forms 579.36 

4894 Bell & Howell, 2 projection lamps, Sergeant at Arms, Dec. 3, 1971 8.00 

4900 Architect of the Capitol, gasoline and oil, House Post Office, September-October 1971 43.76 

30 4958 U.S. Capitol Historical Society, historical calendars 50,634.00 

Bell & Howell, supplies .. 80.10 

T. A. Cantwell Paper Co., Inc., supplies _ 360.88 

Exide Power Systems Division ESB, Inc., supplies 128.48 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations. 235,643. 11 

EQUIPMENT 
IBM Corp.: 

July 2 44 Additional billable time for 1971.. 195.47 

45 Monthly rental, May 1971 21,651.00 

Machine servicing 224. 28 

46 Systems engineering service reported through- 

Mar. 26, 1971..... 1,211.00 

Feb. 26, 1971 - 1,015.00 

Bell & Howell: 

21 459 PMA renewal, Sergeant at Arms, January-June 1971 85.63 

460 New inserting machines.. _ 44,030.92 

IBM Corp.: 

461 Monthly rental, June 1971 21,651.00 

28 654 Systems engineering services reported through Apr. 30, 1971 2,940.00 

655 National Cash Register Co., 3 1-month equipment rentals, June 1971 3,060.50 

Ford Motor Co.: 

Auto rental, January-June 1971— 

656 Office of the Clerk - 500.00 

657 Office of the Sergeant at Arms 425.00 

658 Office of the Postmaster 375.00 

Aug. 2 847 A. B. Dick Co., 1 duplicator ™c' ™ 

Burroughs Corp., 1 adding machine 205. 00 

Business Equipment Center, 5 Stenorettes, 1 Sony, and 1 Uher 1,887.07 

Epsco, Inc, 7 Editypers - 32,340.00 

Elliott Business Machines, 1 adding machine. 1,0 J:n ™ 

Gestetner Corp., 1 duplicator --- ° 50.00 

IBM Coro., 32 typewriters and 1 dictating machine 16, 075.28 

Smith-Corona Marchant.l typewriter 213.98 



193 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

EQUIPMENT— Continued 
1971 

Aug. 3 888 Allen Service Center, Inc., Berg Gibson charger $763.00 

I BM Corp , for Systems Engineering Services reported through— 

889 June25, 1971.... 7,455.00 

890 May 28, 1971 4,333.00 

10 1051 Burroughs Corp , payment due on service contract to cover banking machines in Office of 

Sergeant at Arms, March-June 1971 254.93 

11 1114 A 6 Dick Co , 1 Lectrojog 131.90 

Epsco, Inc., 1 Edityper 4,620.00 

IBM Corp , 13 typewriters, 1 dictating unit and 1 transcribing unit 7, Oil. 00 

Scriotomatic, Inc , 2 addressing machines. 2, 165.04 

18 1238 A. B. Dick Co., 3 mimeos and 2 offsets 5,355.63 

Business Equipment Center, 3 Uhers, 2 Sonys, and 1 Stenorette 1, 723. 59 

Elliott Business Machines, 1 filing tray 196.00 

Ford Industries, Inc , 1 Code-A-Phone 759.50 

Gestetner Corp., 2 duplicators 1,700.00 

IBM Corp., 58 typewriters, 8 transcribers, and 7 dictating machines 36, 437. 50 

Royal Typewriter Co., 2 adding machines and 1 typewriter 656. 10 

Singer/Friden Div., 1 adding machine 220. 50 

Smith-Corona Marchant, 3 typewriters and 2 calculators 1, 020. 04 

27 1391 Royal Office Typewriters, 1 typewriter. 441.00 

Epsco, Inc., 1 Edityper with accessories 4,620.00 

Remington Rand, 1 adding machine 213. 02 

Dictaphone Corp., 1 combination dictation/transcription unit 511. 31 

IBM Corp., 5 typewriters 2,295.00 

Sept. 1 1646 A. B. Dick Co., 1 offset, 1 Lectro-jogger, and one mimeo. 2,425.59 

IBM Corp., 9 typewriters 4,194.00 

Royal Typewriter Co., 10 typewriters 3,645. 00 

3M Business Products Center, 1 photocopier 302.68 

IBM Corp.: 

9 1762 Additional billable time, June 1971 390.23 

15 1880 4typewriters 1,836.00 

Smith-Corona Corp., 1 typewriter... 227.48 

3M Business Products Center, 1 copier _ 357. 88 

International Autopen Co., 1 signature machine 1,050.00 

Scriptomatic, Inc., 1 addressing machine 1,087.75 

30 2224 IBM Corp., 4 typewriters, 1 dictating unit, and 1 transcribing unit 2,853.00 

Itel Corp., 3 852-word processing units. 14,010.00 

Monroe Co., 1 adding machine 193.60 

Olivetti Corp., 1 adding machine 202.50 

Oct. 7 2459 Automated Business Machines, rental of 4 automatic typewriters, June 1971 571.80 

19 2762 Xerox Corp., rental of 4 telecopier units, June 1971 151.43 

Nov. 3 3120 Elliott Business Machines, 1 Zipeze addresser 59.95 

Gestetner Corp., 1 automatic interlever 74. 50 

IBM Corp., 1 typewriter 459.00 

5 3194 International Autopen, 3 autopens 3, 157.50 

IBM Corp.. 2 typewriters 936.00 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 271,686.43 

Communication Equipment & Engineering Co., sample display module 4, 917. 55 

Business Equipment Center, 1 Stenorette 300. 15 

A. B. Dick Co., 1 duplicator, 1 folder and 1 Lectrojog 1, 034. 35 

Burroughs Corp., 1 adding machine 205. 00 

IBM Corp., 1 typewriter 486.00 

1116 A. B. Dick Co., rental of 3 copiers, July-August 1971 113. 55 

International Autopen Co., rental for 2 autopen signature machines, July 1971 100. 00 

Epsco, Inc., rental for auxiliary reader for Edityper, July 1971 45. 54 

ITEL, rental of auxiliary reader and Formaliner, August 1971 52. 00 

Sept. 1 1604 A. B.Dick Co., 2 offsets 3,124.84 

Business Equipment Center, 2 dictating units 552. 30 

Gestetner Corp., 2 mimeos 1,810.00 

IBM Corp., 1 typewriter 631.50 

1644 A. B. Dick Co., rental of 1 photocopier, July 1971 37. 85 

International Autopen Co., rental of 1 signature machine, August 1971 50. 00 

Magnavox Systems, Inc., rental of 6 Magnafax Telecopiers, August 1971 256. 50 

9 1761 ABC Supply Co., Inc., sterilizers and vacuums for House Barbershops 1,945.08 

IBM Corp.: 

1764 For systems engineering service reported through July 30, 1971.. 20, 214. 00 

1765 Equipment rental- 

July 1-31, 1971.. 21,651.00 

July 14-31, 1971 305.40 

July 15-31, 1971 89.83 

Additional billable time, July 1971 818.97 

13 1842 Rental of 2 Mag Card Selectric tyoewriters, July 1971 254.22 

Rental of 1 MTST and 4 Mag Card Selectric typewriters, August 1971 1,277.21 

15 1882 Purchase of 3 typewriters and 1 transcribing unit 1,777.00 

Smith-Corona Corp., 1 typewriter 213.20 

Singer-Friden Div., 1 adding machine 220.50 

Business Equipment Center, 9 tape recorders and 1 dictating unit 2, 855. 12 



July 


28 652 


Aug. 


10 1050 




11 1115 



194 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

EQUIPMENT— Continued 
1971 

Sept. 24 2059 A. B. Dick Co., 4 duplicators, 4 Lectrojoggers, and 1 folder $7, 446. 18 

Business Equipment Center, 1 recorder and 1 dictating unit... 402. 39 

Gestetner Corp., 2 duplicators 1,806.75 

IBM Corp., 1 typewriter and 1 dictating unit 859.00 

Remington Rand Corp., 1 adding machine 213.02 

Scriptomatic, Inc., 1 addressing machine 1,087.75 

2060 Automated Business Machines, rental of 17 automatic typewriters, July-August 1971 3,240.19 

28 2149 Xerox, rental of 93 photocopiers, June 1971 3,845.92 

30 2225 Magnavox Systems, Inc., rental of 1 facsimile transceiver, July-August 1971 85.50 

A. B. Dick Co., rental of 3 photocopiers, August 1971 113. 55 

International Autopen Co., rental of 2 signature machines, August 1971 100.00 

3M Business Products Sales, Inc., rental of 12 photocopiers, July-August 1971 840.64 

ITEL Corp., rental of 1 automatic typewriter and accessories, August 1971 174.21 

Oct. 4 2412 Xerox Corp., rental of 89 photocopiers, July 1971 4,676.66 

7 2460 Michael Business Machines, electric shredder with accessories 443.16 

13 2552 IBM Corp., rental of 14 Mag Cards and 3 MTST, September 1971 4,400.36 

International Autopen, rental of 1 signature machine, September 1971 50.00 

WPPI, rental of 5 automatic typewriters with accessories, August-September 1971 1,199.88 

A. B. Dick Co., rental of 3 photocopiers, September 1971 113. 55 

Graphic Sciences, rental of 28 facsimile transceivers, July-September 1971 3, 646. 59 

19 2644 IBM Corp., equipment rental, August 1971 22,314.00 

20 2782 Xerox Corp.: 

Rental of 25 photocopiers, July 1971 _ 1,225.48 

Rental of 2 telecopier units, July 1971 ._ 73.72 

California State, local and county taxes for telecopier unit 2.09 

28 2887 International Autopen Co., rental of 3 signature machines, September 1971 150.00 

3M Business Products Sales, Inc., rental of 5 photocopiers, September 1971 291.00 

IBM Corp., July rental of 2 Mag Cards and August rental of 1 Mag Card _._ 589.17 

Automated Business Machines, Inc., rental of 16 automatic typewriters, September 1971.. 2,947.96 

N 3 3114 IBM Corp., rental of 8 Mag Cards and 1 MTST, September 1971 1,725.20 

ITEL, rental of 1 automatic typewriter and ITEL accessories 487.00 

Magnavox Systems, Inc., rental of 13 facsimile transceivers, September 1971 470. 25 

3115 Elliott Business Machines, 1 addresser and 1 cabinet _. 1,840.00 

ITEL Corp., 13 automatic typewriters.. _ _ 57,650.00 

3116 3M Business Products, Inc., rental of 19 photocopiers, September 1971 1,002.34 

International Autopen Co., rental of 3 signature machines, September 1971 150.00 

ITEL Corp., rental of 1 automatic typewriter, September 1971 252.00 

3139 IBM Corp., rental of 2 IBM Mag Cards, September 1971 548.33 

5 3186 Graphic Sciences, Inc., rental of 34 facsimile transceivers, September-October 1971 1, 849. 17 

WPPI, rental of 8 automatic typewriters, October 1971 _ 1,402.39 

A. B. Dick, rental of 4 photocopiers, October 1971.. 151.40 

IBM Corp., rental of 2 MTSTs.and 2 Mag Cards, August and October 1971... 945.00 

International Autopen, rental of 2 signature machines, October 1971 100.00 

3189 IBM Corp., 2 typewriters 954.00 

Sperry Rand Corp., 1 adding machine _ 213.02 

3192 A. B. Dick Co., 1 Lectrojogger _ _._ 131.90 

Business Equipment Center, 1 dictating unit, 1 combination unit, and 5 tape recorders 1, 752. 46 

Dictaphone, 1 transcribing and 2 dictating units _._ 1,396. 50 

IBM Corp., 32 typewriters. 15,273.00 

Royal Typewriter Co.,1 adding machine _._ 107. 55 

8 3216 Senate Motors, Inc., repair truck, Office of the Clerk, Oct. 19,1971 8.66 

16 3374 Didde-Glaser, Inc., 8-station collator with accessories 15,119.00 

Beane Commercial, dishwashing unit 357.45 

3419 Rapiclprint Time Recorders, Inc 200.23 

Dec. 1 4009 IBM Corp.: 

Equipment rental, September 1971 22,160.00 

Do . 154.00 

Additional billable time, August 1971. 770.70 

2 4020 A. B. Dick Co., 1 offset unit and Holder. _._ 1,946.59 

Business Equipment Center, 4 tape recorders 1, 151.37 

Elliott Business Machines, 1 addressing machine 1,230.25 

Gestetner Corp., 2 mimeographs 1,700.00 

International Autopen, 1 Autopen. 1,050.00 

IBM Corp., 3 typewriters, 1,570.50 

Royal Office Typewriters, 1 typewriter 438.60 

4034 A. B. Dick Co., 1 electro-jogger, 1 offset press and 1 offset Model 326 3,446.56 

Dictaphone Corp., 1 transcriber, Model 852 465.50 

Film Center, 1 Da-Lite 55.65 

Gestetner Corp., 2 460 mimeographs 1,700.00 

International Autopen, 1 Autopen 1,050.00 

IBM Corp., 10 typewriters 4,801.50 

Pitney- Bowes, Inc., 1 letter opener 288.00 

Royal Office Typewriters, 3 typewriters _ 637.65 

3 4048 IBM Corp.: 

Equipment rental, October 1971 22,160.00 

Do ... 154.00 

Additional billable time, September 1971 1,029.13 

6 4081 Automated Business Machines, Inc., rental of 19 automatic typewriters, October 1971 4,295.54 

ITEL Corp., rental of 2 automatic typewriters and accessories, October 1971 688.00 

Magnavox Systems, Inc., rental of 11 facsimile transceivers, October 1971 470.25 

3M Business Products Sales, Inc., rental of 33 copiers, October 1971 1,859. 14 

8 4123 Sears, Roebuck & Co., range 155.00 



195 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 



EQUIPMENT— Continued 
1971 

Dec. 8 4125 A. B. Dick Co., 1 mimeo, 1 offset and 1 jogger - - ^M 4 , 

Burroughs Corp., 1 adding machine - fSc'S? 

Business Equipment Center, 2 tape recorders and 4 dictating units 1,885. 27 

International Autopen, 1 Autopen - i'25,22 

IBM Corp., 7 typewriters... - - ?' 2 ?HP 

ITEL Corp., 1852... - - — *. 670. 00 

Monroe International, 1 adding machine Jot on 

National Cash Register Co., 4 cash registers 5, 227. 20 

Smith-Corona Corp., 2 calculators - .J-fsr™ 

10 4193 IBM Corp., equipment rental, September-November 1971 14,594.19 

A. B. Dick Co., rental of 4 photocopiers, November 1971 132. 47 

International Autopen, rental of 12 signature machines, November 1971. 700. 00 

4195 Business Equipment Center, 1 Sony tape recorder - 117. 56 

Dictaphone Corp., 3 dictating units and 2 transcribers 3,258.50 

IBM Corp., 20 typewriters and 2 dictating units 10, 262. 00 

Monroe International, 1 adding machine -- 1?5'?2 

14 4287 IBM Corp., equipment rental, October-November 1971 o'/Zt'o! 

3M Business Products Sales, Inc., equipment rental, September-November 1971 2, 457. 33 

4314 Advanced Equipment Co., Inc., new box trucks cnn'nn 

28 4769 International Autopen, rental of signature machines, October and December 1971 500. 00 

IBM Corp., rental of MTST's, October-November 1971 SzV 11 

ITEL Corp., rental of 2 automatic typewriters and accessories, December 1971 985. 42 

Automated Business Machines, rental of 21 automatic typewriters, November 1971 4, 561. 01 

Magnavox Systems, Inc., rental of facsimile transceivers, July-November 1971. 2,873.43 

Graphic Sciences, Inc., rental of facsimile transceivers, November-December 1971 3,309.65 

WPPI, rental of 16 automatic typewriters, December 1971 2. 960. 93 

Refunds and adjustments - (10.00) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 381,067.79 

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE 

July 8 139 Apeco, May 1971 - 15.00 

Dremel Mfg., Co., June 1971 - 73.10 

ITEL Corp., June 1971 20.00 

3M Business Products, Inc., May 1971 JJ.Z4 

Royal Typewriter Co., May 1971. _ 24.61 

SCM Corp., May-June 1971 -— 75.50 

9 176 Cummins-Chicago Corp., preventive maintenance inspections per contract for fiscal 1971, 

Sergeant at Arms, June 30, 1971.. 30.00 

177 W. B.SkidmoreCo.,lnc.,repairWidgit *}■« 

21 458 American Printing & Duplicating Equipment Co., repairs for collating machines ^^4. 63 

Aug. 4 909 A. B.Dick Co --- 695.71 

Addressograph Multigraph Corp - ™r'«5 

American Supply, Inc 395. 44 

Ames Supply Co 246.42 

Apeco.. --- 45 .00 

Buckeye RTbbon & Carbon" Co.".-- ^--" ------- - con'ic 

Business Equipment Center Ltd - - 580 .15 

Dictaphone Corp _ - --- 33 .60 

Elliott Business Machines, Inc 242.18 

IBM Corp . ll2 \l-% 

Lanier Business Products --- J-|. 00 

Mid-Atlantic Industries _ 15-00 

Pitney-Bowes, Inc J5" 22 

Remington Rand.-- „ 16.34 

Royal Typewriter Co --- - 22'™ 

Scriptomatic, Inc - J5?"99 

Friden Div., The Singer Co '04. 50 

Smith-Corona Marchant - 28.80 

Washington Impression Products, Inc - -- 19- 75 

10 1049 American Printing & Duplicating Equipment Co., Inc., service to collator ™oo 

30 1397 Addressograph Multigraph Corp -.- - --- 78.88 

Dictaphone Corp 154. 92 

Elliott Business Machines.. - --- 76.64 

Gestetner Corp — 3 ?? ™ 

International Autopen --- 45.00 

ITEL Corp 1,427.70 

3MCo...._ - 291.59 

Remington-Rand Corp. - 28.00 

Scriptomatic, Inc 66.60 

Singer-Friden.. - 141.50 

Smith-Corona Marchant 120.70 

Standard Register Co --- 21.25 

Thomas A. Edison Industries - 16. 50 

IBM Corp.: 

Sept. 9 1763 January 1971 582.52 

February 1971 647.25 

March 1971 647.25 

April 1971 _ .- 705.91 

May 1971 757.25 

June 1971. - 757.25 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE— Continued 
1971 IBM Corp.: 

Sept. 9 1766 June 10, 1970 .._ $18.00 

Dec. 23,1969 _ _ _. 18.00 

July 30-31, 1971 36.44 

June 15, 1971 _ __ 193.30 

May 30, 1971... _._ _ _ ._ 121.70 

Aug. 17,1971 _._ _ ._ 114.15 

1767 Aug. 20,1970 55.80 

Aug. 6, 1970 59.40 

Apr. 2, 1970 21.60 

Jan. 28, 1970 83.00 

Dec. 17, 1969 50.40 

Nov. 17, 1969.... 18.00 

Refunds and adjustments. _ (33. 16) 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 11,914.90 

Aug. 5 916 Best Brands, Inc., overhaul polisher 65.00 

D. E. Otley, repair parts for folding machines 114.96 

25 1310 W. B.Skidmore Co., Inc., repair Widgit .. 25.00 

30 1395 A.B.Dick 718.13 

Ames Supply Co _ 395.72 

Business Equipment Center 620.58 

3M Co 103.04 

Pitney-Bowes.... _ 22.50 

Remington-Rand Corp 18. 59 

Smith-Corona Marchant _ _ 83.50 

Standard Duplicating Machine Agency 16.60 

31 1487 Hancock's, repair vacuum cleaner 33.55 

Sept. 1 1603 Bell & Howell, parts 102.70 

American Printing & Duplicating Equipment Co., Inc., service to collator 33. 00 

W. B. Skidmore Co., Inc., service 3 Widgits _ ._ 59.67 

15 1881 Apeco, July 1971 15.00 

Dictaphone Corp., July 1971 132.40 

International Autopen, August 1971 _ 17. 50 

ITEL Corp., August 1971 40.00 

3M Corp., July 1971 _._ _ 106.91 

Remington-Rand Corp., August 1971 _ 53.76 

Royal Typewriter Co., August 1971... 22.50 

SCM Corp., August 1971 66.00 

Singer-Friden, Inc., July 1971 86.44 

Washington Impression Products, Inc., July 1971 19. 95 

1883 Potomac Industrial Trucks, Inc., service to forklift 608.94 

W. B. Skidmore Co., Inc., service to Widgit. 46.00 

1903 Sfrombarg Products, MITE Corp., service 2 time-stamp machines 27. 00 

Bell & Howell, service and parts for inserting machines 25.40 

16 1932 W. W. Grainger, Inc., parts 138.82 

22 2011 W. B.Skidmore Co., Inc., repair Widgits 50.00 

2038 Diebold, Inc., repairs to automatic file cabinet, Aug. 10, 1971 20.55 

24 2054 Senate Motors, Inc., maintanance repairs to truck, Office of the Clerk, Sspt. 20, 1971.. 45.57 

Oct. 1 2383 Diebold, Inc., repair sliding cover lock en automatic file cabinets, Sept. 23, 1971.. 31.25 

8 2503 A. B. DickCo... 625.78 

American Supply, Inc _ 20.98 

Business Equipment Center, Ltd. 165.59 

Dictaphone Corp 65. 25 

Elliott Business Machines, Inc _ 390.55 

GSA: 

Kansas City, Kans _ .84 

New York City .50 

Fort Worth, Tex 65.50 

Washington, D.C - 113.70 

IBM Corp.... _ _ 29.24 

International Autopen 18.00 

3MCo 114.32 

Paul H. WarresCo 40.00 

Remington- Rand 15.00 

SCM Corp.. 31.00 

Victor Comptometer Corp 5.50 

W. W. Grainger, Inc _ 28.58 

19 2647 A. B.Dick Co., 1 duplicator and 1 jogger 1,789.24 

Business Equipment Center, 1 combination and 1 transcribing unit 581. 30 

Dictaphone, 1 dictating and 1 transcribing unit 931.00 

Elliott Business Machines, 1 Zipeze addresser 56.95 

IBM Corp., 1 transcribing and 2 dictating units 1,473.00 

28 2920 W. B.Skidmore Co., Inc., repair Widgit _ 52.00 

Hancock's Sales & Service, repair vacuum cleaner .- 17. 50 

2924 Lamb Seal & Stencil Co., Inc., repair Notary Seal 5. 50 

W. B. Skidmore Co., Inc., repair Widgit 18.75 

Nov. 18 3540 American Printing & Duplicating Equipment Co., Inc., repair New Jersey stitcher on col- 
lator . ... ... 25.00 

Potomac Industrial Trucks, Inc., repair fork lift. 63.00 

3544 W. B.Skidmore Co., Inc., repair Widgit - 31.25 

19 3614 A. B.Dick Co., September 1971 716.90 

American Supply, Inc., September 1971 184.90 



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Date 



No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE— Continued 
1971 

Nov. 19 3614 Ames Supply Co., August-September 1971 ^2"?? 

Business Equipment Center Ltd., September 1971 170. 15 

Elliott Business Machines, Inc., October 1971. - 92.93 

Gestetner Corp., July-August 1971 -- 244 -^ 

IBM Corp., September 1971 856. 40 

International Autopen, September 1971 30 .00 

Mid-Atlantic Industries, Inc., September 1971 37.84 

Remington-Rand, September-October 1971 -- 200. 02 

Royal typewriter Co., September 1971 - -- U./b 

Scriptomatic, Inc., July-August 1971 - 49.44 

Thomas A. Edison Industries, September 1971 HS 

Smith-Corona Marchant, September 1971 33.00 

W. W.Grainger, Inc., October 1971 55.53 

30 3786 Hancock's Vacuum Sales & Service, repair vacuum 'O.ZO 

Bell & Howell, motor brushes - 25. 80 

Machinists, Inc., repair of Diamond paper cutter 9 4.50 

W. B. Skidmore Co., Inc., repair Widgits and Big Joe --- 173.70 

Dec. 2 4022 Ames Supply Co., October 1971 261.27 

Apeco, August 1971 -.- 139.97 

Elliott Business Machines, October 1971 ■ ic 

Royal Typewriter Co., October 1971.. 17.35 

4035 Elliott Business Machines, October 1971 138.70 

GSA, October 1971 6.75 

3M Co., September 1971 144.64 

Monroe Calculator Co., September 1971 15.50 

Singer Co., July 1971 17.00 

10 4194 Business Equipment Center, Ltd., October 1971 21.70 

International Autopen, August 1971 15-00 

IBM Corp., October 1971 924.61 

SCM Corp., October-November 1971 85.35 

Singer Co., September-October 1971 62.75 

Scriptomatic Corp., September 1971 ^ 4 -;p 

14 4318 James A. Edgerton & San, Inc., service Bunn tying machine 54 'o? 

Machinists, Inc., service Diamond paper cutter 20.25 

16 4427 American Supply Co., November 1971 128.40 

Gestetner Corp., September-October 1971 247. 55 

Remington-Rand Corp., September and November 1971 33.34 

Singer-Friden Corp., October 1971 26.24 

Smith-Corona Marchant, November 1971 85.27 

22 4737 A. B. Dick Co., credit for service billed in error, October 1971 710.45 

American Supply, Inc., November 1971 131.00 

Burroughs Corp., November 1971 25.00 

Dictaphone Corp., September 1971 80.25 

International Autopen Co., November 1971 30.00 

Royal Typewriter Co., November 1971 16.00 

Singer-Friden, July and September 1971 82.19 

Smith-Corona Marchant, November 1971 16.50 

WPPI, November 1971 36.50 

28 4768 Ames Supply Co., November 1971 242.67 

Business Equipment Center, October-November 1971 254.92 

Thomas A. Edison Industries, November 1971 21.65 

Pitney-Bowes, October 1971 17.00 

Singer-Friden Div., June- August 1971 327.77 

Washington Impression Products, November 1971 15.00 

29 4892 Cummins-Chicago Corp., regularly scheduled preventive maintenance inspection, as per 

annual contract, Sergeant at Arms, Dec. 3, 1971 30.00 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 19,187.60 

GRATUITIES 
For payment of a gratuity: 

July 2 48 Edith A. Monzel, due to the death of L.Vincent Monzel 29,000.00 

8 140 Macy B. O'Brien, due to the death of Richard W. O'Brien 4,952.00 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 33, 952. 00 

For payment of a gratuity: 

Sept. 22 2041 Agnes J. Higgins, due to the death of Mary C. Higgins 17,516.84 

Oct. 1 2384 Lullis K. Cock, due to the death of Clair M.Cook 1,245.86 

7 2462 Lewie Tabor, due to the death of Esta Tabor.... - -- 12,094.02 

Nov. 3 3110 Byrel Hittson, due to the death of Fred T. Ward 26,828.10 

3111 Marjorie J. McManious, due to the death of William R. McManious.. - 3,895.00 

11 3325 Mary Giffen Wheeler, due to the death of William W. Giffen 11,375.00 

16 3371 Natole G. Brais, due to the death of Janet O. Dent - 1,750.00 

23 3693 Julie Nakkula, due to the death of Walter G. Nakkula. 8,395.86 

Dec. 3 4049 Helen M. Alberts, due to the death of Alfred E. Alberts 6,081.00 

For payment of a gratuity due to the death of Joyce E. Jimerfield: 

4050 Nellie V. Jimerfield - 1,875.00 

4051 Thomas B. Jimerfield 1,875.00 

8 4168 Barbara D. Bremner, for payment of a gratuity, due to the death of William C. Bremner.. 924.99 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 93,856.67 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



SALARIES-HOUSE RESOLUTION 
Salaries for 6 months _ $195,733.59 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 195,733.59 

1971 
Nov. 4 3172 Mary-Ann CaDorossi and Jo-Ann Bassing, reimbursement of unpaid compensation due to 

the death of Thomas Onofrio 130.56 

Salaries for 6 months 264,550.47 

Refunds and adjustments (300.00) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations. 264,381.03 

OFFICIAL BONDS 

July 2 49 Wm. Tyler Page, Jr., renewal premium, public official bond... 27.00 

Washington Insurance Agency, Inc.: 

50 Renewal of blanket bond for the Clerk of the House of Representatives, May 15, 1971 .. 1, 809. 00 

Aug. 31 1469 Bonds for clerks in charge of House Post Office, July 16, 1971 130.00 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 1,966.00 

July 19 374 Raymond A. Dufour & Co., Inc., renewal of District of Columbia notary bond for Don C. 

Gibson, Office of Finance, July 15, 1971 10.00 

Dec. 22 4727 Washington Insurance Agency, rider increasing bond for clerk, Office of the Postmaster, 

Dec. 10,1971 _ _ 45.00 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 55.00 

INTERPARLIAMENTARY RECEPTION 



Dec. 8 4169 



22 4728 



House of Representatives Restaurant: 

Official coffee hosted by Hon. Benjamin S. Rosenthal, Chairman, Subcommittee on 
Europe, honoring four parliamentarians from Turkey, Committee on Foreign Affairs, 
Oct. 12, 1971.... _ 46.20 

Informal coffee hosted by Hon. Benjamin S. Rosenthal, Chairman, Subcommittee on 
Europe, and Hon. Lee H. Hamilton, Chairman, Subcommittee on the Near East, to 
discuss Soviet-American relations with Valentin M. Berezhkov, chief editor of 
"USA— Economy, Policy, and Ideology", the journal of the newly established 
Soviet I nstitute of the USA, sponsored by the Soviet Academy of Science, who was 
visiting the United States, Committee on Foreign Affairs, Oct. 19,1971 6.60 

Official luncheon in honor of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Korea, 
hosted by Hon. Carl Albert, and Hon. Cornelius E. Gallagher, Chairman, Sub- 
committee on Asian and Pacific Affairs, Committee on Foreign Affairs, Sept. 22, 1971. 282. 10 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 334.90 



MEMBERS' DISTRICT OFFICE RENTALS 
Members' district office rentals for June 1971: 



1971 
July 1 



Lessor 



Congressman 



Great Bridge Developers Watkins M. Abbitt 

George Abbitt, Jr.. do._ 

B.M.L. Co James Abourezk 

Educational Alliance, Inc Bella S. Abzug 

Louis DsSena & C. Benedict Mauro Joseph P. Addabbo... 

Arkansas State University Bill Alexander 

Pacific Trade Center Glenn M. Anderson.. 

Rock River Savings John B. Anderson 

John E. Sloan, J r William R. Anderson.. 

Mabel Finlayson George W. Andrews... 

Sam & Abe Brenner John M. Ashbrook 

MYCO, Inc do 

840 Grand Concourse Associates... Herman Badillo 

P. T. Love.. _ LaMar Baker... 

Holiday Office Park Associates Bob Bergland 

Betty M. Drake _ Jackson E. Betts 

Mid-Ohio Bldg. Corp do 

Frank Pedatella Mario Biaggi. 

M. & M. Holding Co Edward G. Biester, Jr. 

Libtul Realty Co., Inc Jonathan B. Bingham. 

David Harrison, Jr., d.b.a. Branchdale Bldg.. Ray Blanton... 

Linbeck Enterprises, Inc Frank T. Bow 

Mort Under & Associates John Brademas 

Abe Rothstein Frank J. Brasco 

Forum Realty Corp William G. Bray 

Romeo Gadoua Wm. S. Broomfield 

Office Centers, Inc. Clarence J. Brown 

Kenneth H. Krum Garry Brown 

Pado, Inc., Investment Co James T. Broyhill 

Triplett Realty Co ..do 



$120. 00 
75.00 
113.00 
200. 00 
100. 00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
160. 00 
200. 00 
150. 00 
100. 00 
100. 00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
150.00 
60.00 
62.50 
200. 00 
100. 00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
100. 00 
100.00 
70.00 
133.00 



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DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for June 1971 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1971 

July 1 1 Dominion Management Co Joel T. Broyhill $200. OCT 

A. Gray Boylston J. Herbert Burke.. 165. 00 

Smith-Devine Real Estate Janes A. Byrne 100.00 

Clavin Real Estate Hugh L. Carey 200.00 

Eastwood Mall, Inc Charles J. Carney 170.00 

B., K., & R. Burdman.... ...do 30.00 

Edwin Roberts Tim Lee Carter 100.00 

Walter G. Nakkula. Elford A. Cederberg 65. 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 _. 120.00 

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 O. Conte 200.00 

KGS Co John Conyers, Jr _. 200.00 

Victory Professional Bldg 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.. 200.00 

Village Professional Bldg... Glenn R. Davis 200.00 

Ouinco, 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 

Mid-Wayne Corp John D. Dingell. 200.00 

H. Wilson & Stephen G. Guernsey John G. Dow 137.50 

W. C. McGuffey, Jr John Dowdy. 140.00 

In Town Realty Trust Robert F. Drinan 200.00 

Mrs. Lynn Sheeley, Sr John J. Duncan. 200.00 

Arnold Goldsborough Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont 200.00 

Morvel Realty Co., Inc.. Florence P. Dwyer.. _ 200.00 

Pacific Property Management Co Don Edwards 200. 00 

Lloyd Andrus Edwin W. Edwards 150.00 

Mitchell Corp Jack Edwards 65.00 

First Federal Savings & Loan Assn... do 135.00 

Do Joshua Eilberg 200.00 

Wendell W. Hobbs Marvin L. Esch 175.00 

Cunningham Drugstores, Inc do 25.00 

William M.Sinclair Co.... Walter E. Fauntroy 250.00 

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. Flynt, 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, Inc do 116.67 

Rory Associates, Inc Cornelius E. Gallagher 150.00 

224 Fifth Ave., Inc... _ Joseph M. Gaydos... 200.00 

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 200.00 

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, 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 

Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co Orval Hansen 50.00 

First Security Bank of Idaho do 117.00 

Batavia Professional Bldg.. William H. Harsha 140.00 

CMP Realty Co James Harvey. 190.00 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for June 1971 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1971 

July 1 1 Allegany Estates Corp. James F. Hastings... $145.00 

Canal National Bank _ William D. Hathaway 200.00 

Broadway Manchester Bldg. Corp Augustus F. Hawkins 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 __ 200.00 

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 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 

Jerome Wallach do 100.00 

Indiana National Bank Andrew Jacobs, Jr 200.00 

Morton & Tumipseed_ Ed Jones.. 100.00 

J. I. Morgan Estate Walter B. Jones 125.00 

Buklor, Inc Robert W. Kastenmeier 75.00 

Tower Life Bldg Abraham Kazen.Jr 200.00 

Mace Bldg Hastings Keith 175.00 

J. P. McGirrCo., Inc Carlton J. King.. 150.00 

Joseph Harnik John C. Kluczynski 150.00 

Knox Broadcasting, Inc Peter N. Kyros 200.00 

Ronald D. Jacobson.. Earl F. Landgrebe 200.00 

Bank of Wood County Delbert L. Latta._ _ 84.00 

Tennessee St. Professional Center Robert L. Leggett 200. 00 

Peoples Savings & Loan Assn Alton Lennon._ 115.00 

County Federal Savings & Loan Assn Norman F. Lent 200.00 

Jena Insurance Agency, Inc _ Speedy O. 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 

Northeastern Pa. National Bank & Trust Co.. Joseph M. McDade 175. 00 

Farmington Holding Co Jack H. McDonald 200. 00 

Ogdensburg Trust Co.. Robert C. McEwen 100.00 

John Burnett John J. McFall 200.00 

First Security Bank of Utah K. Gunn McKay... 75.00 

John Porcelli & Associates... Stewart B. McKinney 200.00 

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 

Kuhio Auto Repair, Inc Spark M. Matsunaga 100.00 

Commonwealth Bldg., Inc Romano L. Mazzoli 107.00 

Rocky Mountain Fire & Gas Co John Melcher.. 60.00 

Collier-Lewis Realty Co... Ralph H. Metcalfe 200. 00 

First National Bank of Peoria Robert H. Michel 200. 00 

Albert Lencioni.. Abner J. Mikva... _ 150.00 

Alameda TimesStar George P. Miller 200.00 

Harry Amsterdam. Joseph G. Minish 150.00 

T. Tomita, Inc Patsy T. Mink 200.00 

Mallen Realty Trust... F. Bradford Morse 95.00 

Lowell Sun Realty Co... do 104.00 

Alfred & Jean J. Porkolab Charles A. Mosher____ 120.00 

W. W. Stogsdill John T. Myers 35.00 

Rufus Brandenburg William H. Natcher 105.00 

William Parker Lucien N. Nedzi... _. 120.00 

Citizens Bank AncherNelsen 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 200.00 

Ouachita National Bank Otto E. Passman 150.00 

E. & W. Professional Building Jerry L. Pettis 50.00 

242 Building ...do 150.00 

Phelps Dodge Cable & Wire Co Peter A. Peyser 200.00 

Hahn Real Estate, Inc Alexander Pirnie 100.00 

NatChanelis .. Bertram L. Podell 200.00 

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 _. 200.00 

Roeder Building Corp Charlotte T. Reid. 175.00 

Ahrle Properties Ogden R. Reid 200.00 

Irvin B. Charne Henry S. Reuss 200.00 

Whaley Memorial Foundation Donald W. Reigle.Jr 200.00 

Farmers & Merchants National Bank .- J. Kenneth Robinson 130.00 

Law Building, Inc Paul G. Rogers 220.00 



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DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for June 1971 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1971 

July 1 1 Rose Kokot Fred B. Rooney $175.00 

Leonard L. Levin Dan Rostenkawski. __ __ __ 200.00 

Grand Lake Corp. of Indiana . J. Edward Roush ._ 135.00 

F. G. & H. J. Kennedy John H. Rousselot 200.00 

Homes International, Inc. William R. Roy 200. 00 

First National Bank of Dona Ana County Harold Runnels _. 100. 00 

Mary Ruth McCrory ...do 100.00 

Home Savings & Loan Assn Earl B. Ruth 112 00 

1145 Fox St. Corp William F. Ryan 160.00 

Ackerman Realty Co Charles W. Sandman, J r 125.00 

Salvatore & Rose Consalvo, Sr do 50. 00 

Emma M. Butler... Paul S. Sarbanes 200.00 

Sail on Realty Corp James H. Scheuer 135. 00 

Henry Michel, Inc .do 65.00 

Campus Development 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. 35.00 

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 

Harold L. Sturdevant do 100.00 

Eight-Tnirty, Inc.. Garner E. Shriver 200 00 

Robert B. Lambert JoeSkubitz. 90.00 

Roy R. Robe... ._ do 50.00 

Niagara Mohawk Power Corp Henry P. Smith III 140.00 

Insurance Exchange Bldg Neal Smith 195.00 

Bryson Land Co., Inc M. G. (Gene) Snyder _. 130.00 

Mrs. HubS. Covington... Floyd Spence 100.00 

Champaign National Bank William L. Springer 200.00 

Arthur E. Crowley & Earle Bishop Robert T. Stafford 75.00 

Andrew & Helen A. Detch. Harley O. Staggers. 207.00 

Coral Ridge Bldg. Co J. William Stanton.. 200.00 

Masonic Temple Assn Tom Steed... 85.00 

George & Olvna M. Faubion, Jr do 100.00 

Evelyn P. Lonergan Robert H.Steele 200.00 

Southern Mutual Insurance Co Robert G. Stephens, Jr 200.00 

Henry J. Matt Louis Stokes 200.00 

Professional Bldg 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 

Farmers & Merchants Bank.. Vernon W. Thomson 75^00 

Samuel Nardone & Co Robert O. Tiernan 20o!o0 

Margaret Stegeman Maentz Guy Vander Jagt 50.00 

University Park Professional Bldg. _ .do 140.00 

Hilltop Management Co Charles A. Vanik. 200.00 

Edgar E. Pankey & Floyd A. Blower Victor V. Veysey 200.00 

David L. Ekker Joseph P. Vigorito 150.00 

John Doles, J r Joe D. Waggonner, Jr 100.00 

James D. & Diane Y. Martin Jerome R. Waldie 200.00 

Jim Dougherty William C. W3mpler 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 

Township of Springfield 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 200.00 

Colonial Berk Real Estate Co.. Gus Yatron _. 100.00 

Leona Wozinski Clement J. Zablocki.. 150.00 

Harvey K. Ramsey Roger H. Zion 80.00 

9 178 Lucille & Howard Whittingham. Goodloe E. Byron... 213.33 

(Apr. 26-June 30) 

179 Law & Finance Bldg. of Greensburg, Inc John H. Dent 210.00 

180 Andrew McNally John N. Erlenborn 200.00 

181 Harry J. Goeringer & Sons Daniel J. Flood 125.00 

(May) 

182 James Mulholland Craig Hosmer... 172.00 

183 Peter J. Grewach. William L. Hungate 450.00 

(April-June) 

184 Hamlin Bank & Trust Co Albert W. Johnson 35.00 

185 Joseph F. Dobias William B. Widnall 100.00 

19 375 Levy, Levy, Albert & Marcus Frank Thompson, Jr 200.00 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for June 1971 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1971 

July 29 714 Jansen Chapman Jack Edwards $65.00 

715 Ted Simola Teno Roncalio... 1,200.00 

(January-June) 

Aug. 3 891 Loyola Federal Savings & Loan Assn William O. Mills 240.00 

(May25-June30) 

10 1056 Professional Property Management Co Ronald V. Dellums 240.00 

(April-June) 

Oct. 22 2847 Court Plaza, Ltd _.. Thomas N. Downing. 1,200.00 

(January-June) 

2849 Harry J. Goeringer & Sons ._ Daniel J. Flood 250.00 

(April and June) 

Nov. 10 3234 B.M.L Co __ James Abourezk 60.00 

(April-June) 1 

Refunds and adjustments _ (65.00) 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 44,011.08 

Members' district office rentals for July 1971 : 

Lessor Congressman 

Aug. 4 846 Great Bridge Developers Watkins M. Abbitt 120.00 

George Abbitt, Jr .do 75.00 

B.M.L. Co.. -.- James Abourezk 113.00 

Educational Alliance, Inc _. Bella S. Abzug.. _ 200.00 

Louis DeSena & C. Benedict Mauro.... Joseph P. Addabbo 100.00 

ArkansasState University - Bill Alexander 200.00 

Pacific Trade Center Glenn M. Anderson 200.00 

Rock River Savings.. John B. Anderson 160.00 

John E.Sloan, J r 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 200.00 

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 Bldg.Corp _. do 62.50 

Frank Pedatella Mario Biaggi 200.00 

M. & M. Holding Co Edward G. Biester, Jr 100.00 

Libtul Realty Co., Inc Jonathan B. Bingham 200.00 

David Harrison, Jr., d.b.a. Branchdale Bldg... 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 Coip William G. Bray 200.00 

Romeo Gadoua... Wm. S. Broomfield 200.00 

Office Centers, Inc Clarence J. Brown 100.00 

Kenneth H. Krum Garry Brown _. 100.00 

Pado, Inc., Investment Co James T. Broyhill 70.00 

Triplett Realty Co do 133.00 

Dominion Management Co Joel T. Broyhill 200.00 

A.Gray Boylston J. Herbert Burke.. 165.00 

Smith-Devine Real Estate James A. Byrne 100.00 

Lucille & Howard Whittingham Goodloe E. Byron 100.00 

Calvin Real Estate.... Hugh L. Carey 200.00 

Eastwood Mall, Inc.. Charles J. Carney 170.00 

B., K.,& R. Burdman. ...do 30.00 

Edwin Roberts Tim Lee Carter 100.00 

Walter G. Nakkula.... Elford A. Cederberg 65.00 

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. 120.00 

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. Coimer 75.00 

First Agricultural National Bank Silvio O. Conte.. 200.00 

KGS Co John Conyers, Jr 200.00 

Victory Professional Bldg 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. 200.00 

Village Professional Bldg Glenn R. Davis 200.00 

Quinco, Inc Eligio de la Garza 100.00 

Charles W. Schaefer James J. Delaney _ 150.00 

Cascade Offices Co John Dellenback U, r .. 00 



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DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for July 1971 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1971 

Aug 4 846 Professional Property Management Co Ronald V. Deilums $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 

H. Wilson & Stephen G. Guernsey John G. Dow 137.50 

W. C. McGuffey, Jr John Dowdy 140.00 

In Town Realty Trust Robert F. Drinan 200.00 

Mrs. Lynn Sheeley.Sr John J. Duncan 200.00 

Arnold Gold:borough Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont 200.00 

Morvel Realty Co., Inc Florence P. Dwyer 200.00 

Pacific Property Management Co Don Edwards 200.00 

Lloyd Andrus Edwin W. Edwards 150.00 

Mitchell Corp Jack Edwards 135.00 

Jansen Chapman ..do 65.00 

First Federal Savings & Loan Assn.. Joshua Eilberg - 200.00 

Wendell W. Hobbs.... - Marvin L. Esch_. 175.00 

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. Flynt, 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, Inc ...do -- 116.67 

Rory Associates, Inc Cornelius E. Gallagher 150.00 

224 Fifth Ave., Inc. Joseph M. Gaydos - 200.00 

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. 200.00 

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, 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 

Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co Orval Hansen - 50. 00 

First Security Bank of Idaho do 117.00 

Batavia Professional Bldg William H. Harsha 140.00 

CMP Realty Co James Harvey 190. 00 

Allegany Estates Corp. James F. Hastings 145.00 

Canal National Bank. William D. Hathaway ?™S° 

Broadway Manchester Bldg. Corp Augustus F. Hawkins 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... 200.00 

Fanning Starkey Co Floyd V. Hicks 200.00 

Union Bank & Trust Co Elwood Hillis i™ £2 

Iverson Mall Joint Venture Lawrence J. Hogan 7™'™ 

Home Savings & Loan Assn Chet Holified ^ 99 

One Fourteen Corp John E. Hunt - 100-00 

Robert Boakes do 100.00 

Houston Realty Investment Co Richard H. Ichord 1 2S" SS 

Jerome Wallach 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 

Buklor, Inc Robert W. Kastenmeier 75.00 

Tower Life Bldg.. Abraham Kazen, Jr 200.00 

Mace Bldg .. Hastings Keith 175.00 

J. P. McGirrCo., Inc.. CarletonJ. King — - 150.00 

Joseph Harnik._ John C. Kluczynski 150.00 

Knox Boradcasting, Inc.. Peter N. Kyros o 00 ™ 

Ronald D. Jacobson.... Earl F. Landgrebe 200 -99 

Bank of Wood County Delbert L. Latta. ■ 84.00 

Tennessee St. Professional Center Robert L. LeggetL. 200.00 

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DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for July 1971 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1971 

Aug. 4 846 Peoples Savings & Loan Assn Alton Lennon... $115.00 

County Federal Savings & Loan Assn Norman F. Lent 200.00 

Jena Insurance Agency, Inc ... Speedy O. 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 

Northeastern Pa. National Bank & Trust Co.. Joseph M. McDade 175. 00 

Farmington Holding Co . Jack H. McDonald 200.00 

Ogdensburg Trust Co Robert C. McEwen 100.00 

John Burnett.. John J. McFall 200.00 

First Security Bank of Utah K. Gunn McKay 75.00 

John Porcelli & Associates .. Stewart B. McKinney 200.00 

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 

Kuhio Auto Repair, Inc. Spark M. Matsunaga 100.00 

Commonwealth Bldg., Inc Romano L. Mazzoli 107.00 

Rocky Mountain Fire & Gas Co.. John Melcher _. 60.00 

Collier-Lewis Realty Co Ralph H. Metcalfe 200.00 

First National Bank of Peoria.. Robert H. Michel 200.00 

Albert Lencioni Abner J. Mikva ._ 150.00 

Alameda Times Star. George P. Miller 200.00 

Loyola Federal Savings & Loan Assn... William O. Mills 200.00 

Harry Amsterdam _ _ Joseph G. Minish 150.00 

T. Tomita, Inc Patsy T. Mink 200.00 

Mallen Realty Trust.. F. Bradford Morse 95.00 

Lowell Sun Realty Co _ do 104.00 

Alfred & Jean J. Porkolab Charles A. Mosher 120.00 

Rufus Brandenburg William H. Natcher 105.00 

William Parker.... Lucien N. NedzL. 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 200.00 

Ouachita National Bank Otto E. Passman 150.00 

E. & W. Professional Building. Jerry L. Pettis.... 50.00 

242 Building. do 150.00 

Phelps Dodge Cable & Wire Co Peter A. Peyser. 200.00 

Hahn Real Estate, Inc Alexander Pirnie 100.00 

Nat Chanelis Bertram L. Podell. 200.00 

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 Win. J. Randall. 20.00 

Kenwood Holding Corp., Inc Charles B. Rangel 200.00 

William Horowitz Thomas M. Rees 200.00 

Roeder Building Corp Charlotte T. Reid - 175.00 

Ahrle Properties Ogden R. Reid -... 200.00 

Irvin B. Charne... Henry S. Reuss.... 200.00 

Whaley Memorial Foundation Donald W. Riegle.Jr 200.00 

Farmers & Merchants National Bank J. Kenneth Robinson 130.00 

Law Building, Inc Paul G. Rogers 220.00 

Ted Simola Teno Roncalio 200.00 

Rose Kokot.. Fred B. Rooney... 175.00 

Leonard L. Levin Dan Rostenkowski 200.00 

Grand Lake Corp. of Indiana J. Edward Roush 135.00 

F. G. & H.J. Kennedy John H. Rousselot.. ...- 200.00 

Homes International, Inc William R. Roy 200.00 

First National Bank of Dona Ana County Harold Runnels... 100.00 

Mary Ruth McCrory. ...do 100.00 

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 Consavo, Sr... do 50.00 

Emma M. Butler Paul S. Sarbanes 200.00 

Sailon Realty Corp James H. Scheuer. 135.00 

Henry Michel, Inc. do _ 65.00 

Lot #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 - 35.00 

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 

Eight-Thirty, Inc Garner E. Shriver 200.00 

Robert B. Lambert.. Joe Skubitz 90.00 

Roy R. Robe.... -do 50.00 

Niagara Mohawk Power Corp Henry P.Smith III - - 140.00 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for July 1971 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1971 

Aug. 4 846 Insurance Exchange Bldg... Neal Smith-. $195.00 

Bryson Land Co., Inc. M. G. (Gene)Snyder 130.00 

Mrs. HubS. Covington Floyd Spence 100.00 

Champaign National Bank William L. Springer 200.00 

Arthur E. Crowley & Earle Bishop Robert T. Staffed 75.00 

Andrew and Helen A. Detch Harley O. Staggers 135. 00 

Coral Ridge Bldg. Co J. William Stanton 200.00 

Masonic Temple Association Tom Steed 85.00 

George and Olvna M. Faubion, Jr do 100.00 

Evelyn P. Lonergan.... Robert H. Steele 200.00 

Southern Mutu.il Insurance Co. Robert G. Stephens. Jr 200.00 

Professional Bldg 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 

Farmers & Merchants Bank Vernon W. Thomson... 75. 00 

Samuel Nardone & Co Robert O. Tiernan 200.00 

Margaret Stegeman Maent? Guy Vander Jagt.. 50. 00 

University Park Professional Bldg do... 140.00 

Hilltop Management Co Charles A. Vanik 200.00 

Edgar E. Pankey & Floyd A. Blower Victor V. Veysey 200.00 

David L. Ekker Joseph P. Vigorito 150.00 

John Doles, J r 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 

Township of Springfield 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... 200.00 

Colonial Berk Real Estate Co Gus Yatron 100.00 

Leona Wozinski Clement J. Zablocki 150.00 

Meridian Corp Roger H.Zion. 65.00 

5 946 Law & Finance Bldg. of Greensburg, Inc John N. Dent 210.00 

947 James Mulholland Craig Hosmer 172.00 

948 Hamlin Bank & Trust Co... Albert W. Johnson. _ 35.00 

949 Levy, Levy, Albert & Marcus Frank Thompson, Jr 200.00 

950 Joseph F. Dobias William B. Widnall 100.00 

10 1055 Michael J. Kane William A. Barrett 200.00 

12 1149 Andrew McNally.. John N. Erlenborn 200.00 

Members' district office rentals for August 1971: 

Lessor Congressman 

Sept. 1 1602 Great Bridge Developers Watkins M. Abbitt 120.00 

George Abbitt, Jr.... --do 75.00 

BM.L. Co James Abourezk 113.00 

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 

MYCOJnc do 100.00 

840 Grand Concourse Associates... Herman Badillo. 200.00 

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 Bldg. Corp do 62.50 

Frank Pedatella Mario Biaggi 200.00 

M. & M. Holding Co - Edward G. Biester, Jr 100.00 

Libtul Realty Co., Inc Jonathan B. Bingham 200.00 

David Harrison, Jr., d.b.a. Branchdale Bldg.. 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 Really Corp William G. Bray.. 200.00 

Romeo Gadoua. Wm. S. Broomfield. 200.00 

Office Centers, Inc.. Clarence J. Brown 100.00 

Kenneth H. Krum Garry Brown 100.00 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for August 1971 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1971 

Sept. 1 1602 Pado, Inc., Investment Co James T. Broyhill $70.00 

Triplett Realty Co do 130.00 

Dominion Management Co... Joel T. Broyhill 200.00 

A. Gray Boylston J. Herbert Burke 165.00 

Smith-Devine Real Estate. James A. Byrne 100.00 

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 30.00 

Edwin Roberts Tim Lee Carter 100.00 

Walter G. Nakkula Elford A. Cederberg 65.00 

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 120.00 

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 

Norman G. Christy. James M. Collins 200.00 

Lex Terrae, Inc William M. Colmer 75.00 

First Agricultural National Bank. Silvio O. Conte 200.00 

KGS Co. John Conyers.Jr 200.00 

Victory Professional Bldg 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 

Village Professional Bldg Glenn R. 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 

Wescott 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 John D. Dingell 200.00 

H. Wilson &Stephen G. Guernsey John G. Dow 137.50 

W. C. McGuffey.Jr John Dowdy 140.00 

In Town Realty Trust Robert F. Drinan 200.00 

Mrs. Lynn Sheeley.Sr John J. Duncan 200.00 

Arnold Goldsborough Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont 200.00 

Morvel Realty Co., Inc Florence P. Dwyer 200. 00 

Pacific Property Management Co Don Edwards 200. 00 

Lloyd Andrus Edwin W. Edwards 150.00 

Mitchell Corp.. Jack Edwards 135.00 

Jansen Chapman. ..do 65.00 

First Federal Savings & Loan Assn Joshua Eilberg 200.00 

Wendell W. Hobbs Marvin L. Esch 175.00 

Cunningham Drug Stores, 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. Flynt, 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, Inc. do - 116.67 

Rory Associates, Inc.. Cornelius E. Gallagher 150.00 

224 Fifth Ave., Inc Joseph M. Gaydos 200.00 

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.. 200.00 

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, 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 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 



Northland Television, Inc - Alvin E. O'Konski 



Members' district office rentals for August 1971— Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1971 

Sept. 1 1602 George F. Hanigan Julia Butler Hansen $1 99" 99 

Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co Orval Hansen 50.00 

First Security Bank of Idaho do - }i„22 

Batavia Professional Bldg William H. Harsha... 140.00 

CMP Realty Co James Harvey 190.00 

Allegany Estates Corp James F. Hastings 145. 00 

Canal National Bank .. William D. Hathaway.... 252" 22 

Broadway Manchester Bldg. Corp Augustus F. Hawkins 200. 00 

Frank M. Huff.. - - Wayne L Hays 200.00 

Mid-Town Real Estate Co Ken Hechler o°9'22 

One Washington Street Co Margaret M. Heckler.... 200.00 

Rutherford East, Inc Henry Helstoski... 200.00 

Fanning Starkey Co Floyd V. Hicks.. 200.00 

Union Bank & Trust Co Elwood Hillis J?X-£2 

Iverson Mall Joint Venture Lawrence J. Hogan. 200. 00 

Home Savings & Loan Assn Chet Holified Jx„ 22 

One Fourteen Corp John E. Hunt. J22'22 

Robert Boakes do 100.00 

Houston Realty Investment Co Richard H. Ichord. 100. 00 

Jerome Wallach do 100.00 

Indiana National Bank Andrew Jacobs, Jr ,22' 22 

Morton & Turnipseed Ed Jones 100. 00 

J. I. Morgan Estate.... Walter B.Jones 125. 00 

Buklor Inc Robert W. Kastenmeier 75.00 

Tower Life Bldg Abraham Kazen.Jr ?99" 99 

Mace Bldg Hastings Keith 1/5.00 

J. P. McGirrCo., Inc Carleton J. King 150. 00 

Joseph Harnik. John C. Kluczynski lo2'22 

Cooper Realty Co... Dan Kuykendall 1»2. bO 

Knox Broadcasting, Inc.. Peter N. Kyros 2UU. 00 

Ronald D. Jacobson. Earl F. Landgrebe. ^V'22 

Bank of Wood County... Delbert L Latta 84.00 

Tennessee St. Professional Center Robert L. Leggett. „cnn 

Peoples Savings & Loan Assn Alton Lennon Un'22 

County Federal Savings & Loan Assn Norman F. Lent ioc"22 

Jena Insurance Agency, Inc Speedy O. Long.. --- }„„ „2 

T. N. Fidel Manuel Lujanjr 100.00 

Borel Estate Co Paul N. McCloskey, Jr 200.00 

Simplot Realty Corp James A. McClure 190. OU 

Northeastern Pa. National Bank & Trust Co. Joseph M. McDade. - 1/5. UU 

Farmington Holding Co Jack H. McDonald 200.00 

Ogdensburg Trust Co... Robert C. McEwen - 100.00 

John Burnett John J. McFall 200.00 

First Security Bank of Utah K. Gunn McKay 75.00 

John Porcelli & Associates Stewart B. McKinney... 200. UU 

Robert N. Richardson John L McMillan 125. UU 

Glen D. Crumal Robert B. (Bob) Mathias 165.00 

Gibson Products Co. of Albany Dawson Mathis — 200.00 

Kuhio Auto Repair, Inc Spark M. Matsunaga 

Commonwealth Bldg., Inc Romano L. MazzolL. 

Rocky Mountain Fire & Gas Co John Melcher. 

Collier-Lewis Realty Co Ralph H. Metcalfe 



100.00 
107.00 
60.00 
200. 00 



uumigi -Lewis ixscmy UU "°T v,i~u,.. 

First National Bank of Peoria Robert H. Michel 200.00 

Albert Lencioni Abner J. Mikva.. 

Abraham Kofman George P. Miller. 



150.00 
200.00 



nuionaiN rwiiiian «^« 16 « .-. 

Loyola Federal Savings & Loan Assn William O. Mills ,"2'22 

Harry Amsterdam Joseph G. Minish. 

T. Tomita, Inc.. Patsy T. Mink — 

Mallen Realty Trust F. Bradford Morse.... 

Lowell Sun Realty Co do.... 104.00 

Alfred & Jean J. Porkolab Charles A. Mosher 

Rufus Brandenburg. William H. Natcher 

William Parker Lucien N. Nedzi 



150. 00 
200. 00 
95.00 



105.00 
120. 00 



vvinidMi rainei l.u\,igii m. mcuu 

Citizens Bank Ancher Nelsen 

Equitable Realty Corp.... Robert N. C. Nix. 

William Ross & John B. Bruff - James G. O'Hara. 



150.00 
200.00 
200. 00 



Ouachita National Bank Otto E. Passman. - 1 22 - 22 



E. & W. Professional Building Jerry L. Pettis 

242 Building. - --do 

Phelps Dodge Cable & Wire Co - Peter A. Peyser... 

Hahn Real Estate, Inc Alexander Pirnie.. 

Nat Channelis Bertram L. Podell. 

Joseph & Marilyn Bacher Walter E. Powell... 

S.J.M. Bldg. Corp Roman C. Pucinski... 

Preston Tower Graham Purcell.. - 200.00 

Fred W. Schuster.... Albert H. Quie 138.00 

Welty Bros. Auctioneers, Inc Wm. J. Randall 

Kenwood Holding Corp., Inc Charles B. Ran 



50.00 
150. 00 
200. 00 
100.00 
300. 00 
200. 00 
200. 00 



20.00 
200.00 



William Horowitz - Thomas M. Rees 200. UU 



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DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for August 1971 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1971 

Sept. 1 1602 Roeder Building Corp.. Charlotte T. Reid $175.00 

Ahrle Properties Ogden R. Reid 200.00 

Irvin B. Charne Henry S. Reuss. _ 200.00 

Whaley Memorial Foundation Donald W. Riegle.Jr 200.00 

Farmers & Merchants National Bank J. Kenneth Robinson - 130.00 

Law Building, Inc Paul G. Rogers 200.00 

TedSimola. Teno Roncalio 200.00 

Rose Kokot. Fred B. Rooney.. 175.00 

Leonard L. Levin Dan Rostenkowski. 200.00 

F. G. and H.J. Kennedy John H. Rousselot. 200.00 

Homes International, Inc William R. Roy.. 200.00 

First National Bank of Dona Ana County Harold Runnels 100.00 

Mary Ruth McCrory do 100.00 

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 and 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 65.00 

Lot #2 Co John G. Schmitz... 200.00 

Fidelity National Bank of Pennsylvania Herman T. Schneebeli 163. 75 

Union Bldg. Co _ Fred Schwengel 200.00 

Hays Bancorp Keith G. Sebelius _ 100.00 

Richard D. Boyd do _ 35.00 

Grant Washington Professional Bldg John F. Seiberling 200.00 

Jo Ann Watson _ George E.Shipley 200.00 

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. Robe ...do 50.00 

Niagara Mohawk Power Corp Henry P. Smith III... 140.00 

Insurance Exchange Bldg _ NealSmith... 195.00 

Bryson Land Co., Inc M. G. (Gene) Snyder 130.00 

Mrs. HubS. Covington Floyd Spence 100.00 

Champaign National Bank. _ William L. Springer 200.00 

Arthur E. Crowley & Earle Bishop Robert T. Stafford 75.00 

Andrew & Helen A. Detch. Harley O. Staggers . 135.00 

Coral Ridge Bldg. Co J. William Stanton 200.00 

Masonic Temple Assn Tom Steed 85.00 

George & Olvna M. Faubion, Jr do 100.00 

Evelyn P. Lonergan ... .. Robert H. Steele 200.00 

Southern Mutual Insurance Co Robert G. Stephens, Jr 200.00 

Professional Bldg Frank A. Stubblefield... 100.00 

Stuckey Development Corp W. S. (BilHStuckey, 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 _ Roberto. Tiernan.. 200.00 

Margaret Stegeman Maentz.. Guy Vander Jagt _ 50.00 

University Park Professional Bldg .. ..do. 140.00 

Hilltop Management Co. __ Charles A. Vanik 200.00 

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 

Township of Springfield 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 200.00 

Colonial Berk Real Estate Co Gus Yatron 100.00 

Leona Wozinski Clement J. Zablocki 150.00 

Meridian Corp Roger H. Zion - 65.00 

13 1830 Michael J. Kane. William A. Barrett 200.00 

1831 Andrew McNally John N. Erlenborn 200.00 

1832 Hamlin Bank & Trust Co. Albert W. Johnson 35.00 

1833 Levy, Levy, Albert & Marcus Frank Thompson, Jr 200.00 

1834 Edgar E. Pankey & Floyd A. Blower Victor V. Veysey.... 200.00 

1835 Park View Professional Centre do. 87.50 

1836 Joseph F. Dobias William B. Widnall.... - 100.00 

16 1933 James Mulholland Craig Hosmer -- 172.00 



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DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for September 1971: 

Lessor Congressman 

1971 

Oct. 1 2358 Great Bridge Developers Watkins M. Abbitt $120.00 

George Abbitt, Jr.. do 75.00 

B.M.L. Co . James Abourezk 113.00 

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, J r 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 200.00 

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 Bldg. Corp... ..do 62.50 

Frank Pedatella Mario Biaggi 200.00 

M. & M. Holding Co Edward G. Biester, Jr 100.00 

Libtul Realty Co., Inc Jonathan B. Bingham. 275.00 

David Harrison, Jr., d.b.a. Branchdale Bldg_. 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 222.00 

Romeo Gadoua Wm. S. Broomfield 290. 00 

Office Centers, Inc Clarence J. Brown 100.00 

Kenneth H. Krum. Garry Brown 100.00 

Pado, Inc., Investment Co James T. Broyhill 70.00 

Triplett Realty Co do 136.00 

Dominion Management Co Joel T. Broyhill 411.94 

A. Gray Boylston J. Herbert Burke 165.00 

Smith-Devi ne Real Estate. James A. Byrne 100.00 

Lucille & Howard Whitlingham 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 30.00 

Edwin Roberts Tim Lee Carter 100.00 

Walter G. Nakkula Elford A. Cederberg 65.00 

Edgar & Margaret M. Dunn, Jr Bill Chappell, Jr 200.00 

OttoG. Moses Shirley Chisholm 200.00 

Eureka Inn Don H. Clausen 80.00 

Wells Fargo Bank. ....do... 170.00 

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 

Norman G. Christy James M. Collins 200.00 

Lex Terrae, Inc William M. Colmer 75.00 

First Agricultural National Bank Silvio O. Conte 200.00 

KGS Co John Conyers, Jr 200.00 

Victory Professional Bldg James C. Corrnan 100. 00 

Abe Vickter do 100.00 

Chrispaul Corp Lawrence Coughlin 200. 00 

First National Bank of Mt. Prospect Philip M. Crane 350.00 

Village Professional Bldg Glenn R. Davis 200.00 

Qunico, Inc Elgio 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 

H. Wilson & Stephen G. Guernsey John G. Dow 137.50 

W. C. McGuffey, Jr John Dowdy 140.00 

In Town Realty Trust. Robert F. Drinan 200.00 

Mrs. Lynn Sheeley, Sr John J. Duncan 200.00 

Arnold Goldsborough Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont _ 200.00 

Morvel Realty Co., Inc Florence P. Dwyer 200.00 

Pacific Property Management Co Don Edwards 200. 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 Eilbeig 200.00 

Wendell W. Hobbs Marvin L. Esch... 175.00 

Cunningham Drugstores, Inc ...do 25.00 

William M.Sinclair Co Walter E. Fauntroy 125.00 

Western Catholic Union Paul Findley 110.00 



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DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for September 1971 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

Oct. 1 2358 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. Flynt, 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, Inc do 116.67 

Rory Associates, Inc Cornelius E. Gallagher.. 150.00 

224 Fifth Ave., Inc _ Joseph M.Gaydos.. 200.00 

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 200.00 

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._ 150.0J 

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 Bldg William H. Harsha 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 Bldg. Corp Augustus F. Hawkins 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 200.00 

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 Holifield. 192.00 

One Fourteen Corp John E. Hunt 100.00 

Robert Boakes. do. 100.00 

Houston Realty Investment Co Richard H. I chord 100.00 

Jerome Wallach .do 100.00 

Indiana National Bank _ Andrew Jacobs, Jr _ _ 200.00 

Morton & Turnipseed EdJones... _ 100.00 

J. I. Morgan Estate Walter B. Jones... 125.00 

Buklor, Inc. Robert W. Kastenmeier. __ 75.00 

National Mutual Benefit do 100.00 

Tower Life Bldg. _ _ Abraham Kazen, Jr 200.00 

Mace Bldg _ Hastings Keith.. 175.00 

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 O. and Doris L. Mellon do 300.00 

Bank of Wood County Delbert L. Latta 84.00 

Tennessee St. Professional Center Robert L. Leggett 200.00 

Peoples Savings & Loan Assn Alton Lennon 115.00 

County Federal Savings & Loan Assn Norman F. Lent 250.00 

Jena Insurance Agency, Inc Speedy O. 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. 306.67 

Northeastern Pa. National Bank & Trust Co. Joseph M. McDade 175.00 

Farmington Holding Co Jack H. McDonald.. 200.00 

Ogdensburg Trust Co Robert C. McEwen 100.00 

John Burnett. 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 300.00 

Robert N. Richardson John L McMillan.... 125.00 

Glen D. Crumel Robert B. (Bob) Mathias 165.00 

Gibson Products Co. of Albany.. Dawson Mathis. 200.00 

Kuhio Auto Repair, Inc Spark M. Matsunaga 100.00 



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DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for September 1971— Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1971 

Oct. 1 2353 Commonwealth Bldg., Inc ... Romano L. Mazzoli. $107.00 

Rocky Mountain Fire & Gas Co John Melcher 60.00 

Collier-Lewis Realty Co Ralph H. Metcalfe... 200.00 

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 O. 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 and Jean J. Porkolab. Charles A. Mosher 120.00 

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 - - 500.00 

Quachita 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 300.00 

Hahn Real Estate, Inc Alexander Pirnie 100.00 

NatChanelis Bertram L. Podell 300.00 

Joseph and Marilyn Bacher - Walter E. Powell... - 200.00 

S.J. M. Bldg. Corp Roman C. PucinskL. 200.00 

Preston Tower.. Graham Pursell - 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... - 200.00 

Roeder Building Corp.. Charlotte T. Reid 175.00 

Ahrle Properties Ogden R. Reid -- 350.00 

Irvin B.Charne.. - Henry S. Reuss.... 200.00 

Whaley Memorial Foundation - Donald W. Riegle, Jr 200.00 

Farmers & Merchants National Bank J. Kenneth Robinson 130.00 

Law Building, Inc - Paul G. Rogers - -- 240.00 

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 400.00 

F. G. & H.J. Kennedy John H. Rousselot 200.00 

Homes International, Inc... William R. Roy.. 500.00 

First National Bank of Dona Ana County Harold Runnels - 100.00 

Mary Ruth McCrory do.... — 100.00 

HomeSavings & 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 — 255.00 

Lot#2Co John G.Schmitz 200.00 

Fidelity National Bank of Pennsylvania Herman T. Schneebeli... 163.75 

Union Bldg. Co Fred Schwengel 300.00 

Hays Bancorp Keith G. Sebelius 100.00 

Richard D. Boyd do 35.00 

Grant Washington Professional Bldg John F. Seiberling 300.00 

Jo Ann Watson George E. Shipley 200.00 

Pitney Bowes, Inc Richard G. Shoup. 100.00 

Eight-Thirty, Inc Garner E. Shriver... 200.00 

Robert B. Lambert JoeSkubitz 90.00 

Roy R. Robe do.... 50.00 

Niagara Mohawk Power Corp Henry P.Smith III... 140.00 

Insurance Exchange Bldg NealSmith 195.00 

Bryson Land Co., Inc M. G. (Gene) Snyder 130.00 

Mrs. Hub S. Covington... Floyd Spence.. 100.00 

Champaign National Bank William L. Springer. 200.00 

Arthur E. Crowley & Earle Bishop Robert T. Stafford 75.00 

Andrew & Helen A. Detch Harley O. Staggers.. 135.00 

Coral Ridge Bldg. Co J. William Stanton... 200. 00 

Masonic Temple Assn.. Tom Steed 85.00 

George & Olvna M. Faubion, Jr.. do 100.00 

Evelyn P. Lonergan... Robert H.Steele.. _. 200.00 

Southern Mutual Insurance Co. Robert G.Stephens, Jr 250.00 

Professional Bldg 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 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for September 1971 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1971 

Oct. 1 2358 American Amusement Co Charles M. Teague $100.00 

Farmers & Merchants Bank Vernon W. Thomson 75.00 

Samuel Nardone & Co Robert O. Tiernan 200.00 

Margaret Stegeman Maentz Guy Vander Jagt 50.00 

University Park Professional Bldg 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 JohnWare... 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 

Township of Springfield Lawrence G. Williams. 200.00 

Janet C. Medina.. Charles H. Wilson 150.00 

Albert Kimball & Michael Salomone.. Lester L. Wolff 200.00 

Minlhorn Prop3rties Wendell Wyatt.. 150.00 

Homeway Realty Corp John W. Wydler 500.00 

Colonial Berk Real Estate Co Gus Yatron 100.00 

Leona Wozinski Clement J. Zablocki.. 150.00 

Meridian Corp Roger H. Zion 65.00 

2385 Law & Finance Bldg. of Greensburg, Inc John H. Dent 260.00 

(August) 

7 2500 Do. John H. Dent 260.00 

2501 Joseph Dobias William B. Widnall 100.00 

8 2512 Michael J. Kane. William A. Barrett _. 200.00 

2513 Andrew McNaMy... John N. Erlenborn 200.00 

2514 William Walters Co.. Craig Hosmer 172.00 

2515 Levy, Levy, Albert & Marcus Frank Thompson, Jr 200.00 

2848 Court Plaza, Ltd Thomas N. Downing. 400.00 

(July-August) 

22 2850 Harry J. Goeringer & Sons. Daniel J. Flood... 125.00 

(July) 

Members' district office rentals for October 1971: 

Lessor Congressman 

Nov. 1 3051 Great Bridge Developers Watkins M. Abbitt 120.00 

George Abbitt, Jr do 75.00 

B.M.L. Co. . James Abourezk.. 113.00 

Educational Alliance. Inc _ Bellas. 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 200.00 

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 Bldg. Corp do.... 62.50 

Frank Pedatella Mario Biaggi 200.00 

M. & M. Holding Co Edward G. Biester, Jr 100.00 

68 E. Court St.. Inc.. _ ...do.. 200.00 

Libtu! Realty Co.. Inc Jonathan B. Bingham. 237.50 

David Harrison, Jr., d.b.a. Branchdale Bldg.. Ray Blanton 200.00 

Linbeck Enterprises, Inc Frank T. Bow 200.00 

Mort Linder & Associates . John Brademas 200.00 

AbeRothstein Frank J. Brasco 200.00 

Forum Realty Corp William G. Bray 211.00 

Romeo Gadoua ._ Wm. S. Broomfield 350.00 

Office Centers, Inc Clarence J. Brown.. _ 100.00 

Kenneth H. Krurn.. _ Garry 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.. 400.00 

Lucille & Howard Whittingham Goodloe E. Byron... 100.00 

Clavin Real Estate Hugh L. Carey 200.00 

Eastwood Mall, Inc Charles J. Carney 170.00 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 



Members' district office rentals for October 1971 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1971 

Nov. 1 3051 B., K., & R. Burdman.. Charles J. Carney $480.00 

Edwin Roberts Tim Lee Car er_._ 100.00 

Edgar and 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.h.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 O. Conte_ 200.00 

KGS Co John Conyers, Jr. 200.00 

Victory Professional Bldg 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 Bldg Glenn R. 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 

Allan 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 

H. Wilson & Stephen G. Guernsey.. John G. Dow .- 137.50 

W. C. McGuffey, Jr John Dowdy 140.00 

Court Plaza, Ltd Thomas N. Downing 400.00 

In Town Realty Trust Robert F. Drinan 200.00 

Mrs. Lynn Sheeley, Sr John J. Duncan 200.00 

Arnold Goldsborough Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont 500.00 

Morvel Realty Co., Inc Florence P. Dwyer 200.00 

Pacific Property Management Co... Don Edwards... 200.00 

Lloyd Andrus _ Edwin W. Edwards 150.00 

Jensen Chapman Jack Edwards. - 65.00 

Mitchell Corp do.. --- 135.00 

First Federal Savings & Loan Assn Joshua Eilberg 200.00 

Wendell W. Hobbs Marvin L. Esch 175.00 

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, J r 125.00 

John I. Smith, Sr -do 75.00 

Navarro Travis Corp O. C. Fisher 200.00 

E. G. Harper John J. Flynt, 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, Inc do 116.67 

Rory Associates, Inc. Cornelius E. Gallagher 150.00 

224 Fifth Ave., Inc - Joseph M. Gaydos 200.00 

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 - 200.00 

Phyllis Z. Brinkrant Martha W. Griffiths... _ J 50 - 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 I RR 

Robert P. Long Associates, Inc do ,99 

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 ?RR" RR 

George F. Hanigan Julia Butler Hansen. 1 RR" RR 

Twin Falls Bank & Trust Co. Orval Hansen. --- ,9-99 

First Security Bank of Idaho do - }\lnn 

Batavia Professional Bldg William H. Harsha. 

CMP Realty Co James Harvey 

Allegany Estates Corp James F. Hastings 



190. 00 
145. 00 



Canal National Bank.l".'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. William D. Hathaway. 200.00 



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DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for October 1971 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1971 

Nov. 1 3051 Broadway Manchester Bldg. Corp Augustus F. Hawkins $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 200.00 

Fanning Starkev 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 Boakes do _ 100.00 

Houston Realty Investment Co Richard H. Ichord 100.00 

Jerome Wallach ....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 Bldg Abraham Kazen, Jr 200.00 

Mace Bldg Hastings Keith 175.00 

5820 Main St., Inc Jack F. Kemp. 600.00 

J. P. McGirrCo., Inc Carleton J. King 150.00 

Joseph Harnik. John C. Kluczynski 150.00 

Cooper Realtv Co Dan Kuykendall 182.50 

Knox Broadcasting, Inc Peter N. Kyros 200. 00 

Ronald D. Jacobson Earl F. Landgrebe 200. 00 

Jack O. & Doris L. Mellon do 150 00 

Bank of Wood County Delbert L. Latta.... 84.00 

Tennessee St. Professional Center Robert L. Leggett.. 200.00 

Peoples Savings & Loan Assn Alton Lennon... 115.00 

County Federal Savings & Loan Assn Norman F. Lent. 250.00 

Jena Insurance Agency, Inc Speedy O. Long 125.00 

T. N. Fidel Manuel Lujanjr. 100.00 

Borel Estate Co Paul N. McCloskeyJr 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 200.00 

Ogdensburg Trust Co _ Robert C. McEwen 100.00 

John Burnett 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 

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 500.00 

First National Bank of Peoria Robert H. Michel 200.00 

Albert Lencioni AbnetJ. Mikva _ 150.00 

Abraham Kofman.. George P. Miller 200.00 

Loyola Federal Savings & Loan Assn William O. Mills 200.00 

Harry Amsterdam Joseph G. Minish 150.00 

T. Tomita.lnc. Patsy T. Mink... 200.00 

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 

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 

Hahn Real Estate, Inc _ Alexander Pirnie 100.00 

NatChanelis 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 200.00 

Roeder Building Corp Charlotte T. Reid 175.00 

Ahrle Properties. Ogden R. Reid 350.00 

Irvin B. Charne Henry S. Reuss 200.00 



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DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for October 1971 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1971 

Nov 1 3051 Metropolitan Bldg Donald W. Riegle, Jr $692.04 

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 100.00 

Home Savings & Loan Assn Earl B. Ruth 112.00 

1145 FoxSt. 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 #2 Co - John C. 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 35.00 

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 

Eight-Thirty, Inc Garner E. Shriver... 200.00 

Robert B. Lambert Joe Skubitz - 90.00 

Roy R. Robe - -do 50.00 

Niagara Mohawk Power Corp Henry P. Smith III 140.00 

Insurance Exchange Bldg Neal Smith 195.00 

Bryson Land Co., Inc M. G. (Gene) Snyder... 130.00 

Mrs. Hub S. Covington Floyd Spence 100.00 

Champaign National Bank William L. Springer _ _. 200.00 

Andrew & Helen A. Detch Harley O. Staggers 135.00 

Coral Ridge Bldg. Co J. William Stanton.... 200.00 

Masonic Temple Assn Tom Steed 85.00 

George & Olvna M. Faubionjr do 100.00 

Evelyn P. Lonergan Robert H. Steele 200.00 

Southern Mutual Insurance Co Robert G. Stephens, Jr 225.00 

Goodman Development Co., Inc Samuel S. Stratton.. 50.00 

Professional Bldg 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 

Farmers & Merchants Bank Vernon W. Thomson 75.00 

Samuel Nardone & Co Robert O. Tiernan. 200.00 

Margaret Stegeman Maentz.. Guy Vander Jagt... - 50.00 

University Park Professional Bldg 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 - ,? 7- ™ 

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 450.00 

Township of Springfield... 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 

3 3113 Hamilin Bank & Trust Co Albert W Johnson 35.00 

10 3235 B M L Co James Abourezk 80.00 

(July-October)i 

3236 William N. Caton JoeSkubitz... 110.00 

(September-October) 



i To adjust rent reimbursement 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Members' district office rentals for October 1971 — Continued 



Lessor 



1971 




Nov. 11 


3326 




332/ 




3328 




3329 




3330 


17 


3484 


18 


3b4b 



Dec. 1 



Congressman 



Michael J. Kane William A. Barrett... 

Law & Finance Bldg. of Greensburg, Inc John N. Dent 

James Mulholland Craig Hosmer. 

Andrew McNally John N. Erlenborn... 

Hamlin Bank & Trust Co Albert W. Johnson... 

Joseph F. Dobias William B. WidnalL.. 

Peter J. Grewach William L. Hungate.. 

(July-September) 

Members' district office rentals for November 1971 : 



Lessor 



Congressman 



Great Bridge Developers Watkins M. Abbitt 

George Abbitt, J r_ do 

B.M.L. Co James Abourezk 

Dakota West Corp ..do 

Educational Alliance, Inc Bella S. Abzug 

Louis DeSena & C. Benedict Mauro Joseph P. Addabbo... 

Arkansas State University. Bill Alexander 

Pacific Trade Center.. Glenn M. Anderson... 

Rock River Savings John B. Anderson 

John E. Sloan, Jr William R. Anderson.. 

Mabel Finlayson George W. Andrews... 

Sam & Abe Brenner John M. Ashbrook 

MYCO, Inc. do 

840 Grand Concourse Associates... Herman Badillo 

P. T. Love LaMar Baker 

Holiday Office Park Associates. Bob Bergland.. 

Betty M. Drake Jackson E. Betts 

Mid-Ohio Bldg. Corp .do.. 

Frank Pedatella Mario Biaggi.. 

M. & M. Holding Co. Edward G. Biester, Jr. 

68 East Court St., Inc do 

Libtul Realty Co., Inc Jonathan B. Bingham. 

David Harrison, Jr., d.b.a. Branchdale Bldg.. Ray Blanton 

Linbeck Enterprises, Inc Frank T. Bow 

Mort Linder & Associates John Brademas 

Abe Rothstein Frank J. Brasco 

Forum Realty Corp William G. Bray 

Romeo Gadoua Wm. S. Broomfield 

Office Centers, Inc Clarence J. Brown 

Kenneth H. Krum Garry Brown 

Pado, Inc., Investment Co James T. Broyhill 

Triplett Realty Co do 

Dominion Management Co.. Joel T. Broyhill 

A. Gray Boylston J. Herbert Burke 

Smith-Devine Real Estate James A. Byrne 

Lucille & Howard Whittingham Goodloe E. Byron 

Clavin 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 Chappell, Jr 

Otto G. Moses Shirley Chisholm 

Eureka Inn _. Don H. Clausen 

Wells Fargo Bank _ 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... 

John Storcel Harold R. Collier 

Norman G. Christy James M. Collins 

Lex Terrae, Inc.. William M. Colmer 

First Agricultural National Bank Silvio 0. Conte 

KGS Co... John Conyers, Jr 

Victory Professional Bldg James C. Corman 

Abe Vickter.. do 

Chrispaul Corp. Lawrence Coughlin 

First National Bank of Mt. Prospect... Philip M. Crane 

Village Professional Bldg Glenn R. Davis 

Quinco, Inc Fligio ds 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 



$200. 00 
260. 00 
172.00 
200. 00 
35.00 
100. 00 
450. 00 



120.00 

75.00 
133. 00 
300. 00 
200. 00 
100.00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
160. 00 
200. 00 
150.00 
100.00 
100. 00 
500. 00 
200. 00 
150.00 

60.00 

62.50 
200. 00 
100. 00 
100. 00 
237. 50 
200. 00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
211.00 
350. 00 
100. 00 
100.00 

70.00 
133.00 
305.97 
165.00 
200. 00 
100. 00 
200. 00 
170.00 
180.00 
100. 00 
200.00 
200. 00 

80.00 
145.00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
175.00 
150. 00 
200. 00 

75.00 
200. 00 
200. 00 
100.00 
100. 00 
200. 00 
350. 00 
200. 00 
100.00 
150.00 
165.00 
80.00 
200. 00 
100. 00 
200. 00 
150.00 

50.00 
200. 00 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for November 1971 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1971 

Dec. 1 3886 H. Wilson & Stephen G. Guernsey John G. Dow _. $137.50 

W. C. McGuffey, Jr John Dowdy 140.00 

Court Plaza, Ltd Thomas N. Downing 20o! 00 

In Town Realty Trust Robert F. Drinan 200.00 

Lacava-Paino Realty Trust ...do. 300.00 

Mrs. Lynn Shee'ey, Sr John J. Duncan 200. 00 

Arnold Goldsborough Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont 500.00 

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 15o!oO 

Jansen Chapman... Jack Edwards 65.00 

Mitchell Corp do 135.00 

First Federal Savings & Loan Assn Joshua Eilberg 425. 00 

Wendell W. Hobbs Marvin L. Esch 625. 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. Flynt, 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 Freyjr 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.. .. 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, 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 

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 Bldg.. William H. Harsha 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 Bldg. Corp Augustus F. Hawkins 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. 650.00 

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 Boakes.. do 100.00 

Houston Realty Investment Co Richard H. fchord 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 Bldg Abraham Kazen, Jr 200.00 

Mace Bldg.. 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 Eail F. Landgrebe 200.00 

Jack O. & Doiis L. Mellon do 150.00 

Bank of Wood County Delbert L. Latta . 84.00 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for November 1971 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1971 

Dec. 1 38S6 Tennessee St. Professional Center Robert L. Leggett $200.00 

Peoples Savings & Loan Assn Alton Lennon 115.00 

County Federal Savings & Loan Assn Norman F. Lent 250.00 

Jena Insurance Agency, Inc _. Speedy O. 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 500.00 

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. Crutial 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 O. 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 

Mallen Realty Trust F. Bradford Morse 95.00 

Lowell Sun Realty Co do 104.00 

Alfred & Jean J. Porkolab Charles A. Mosher.. 120.00 

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 

Hahn Real Estate, Inc Alexander Pirnie 100.00 

Nat Chanelis 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 800.00 

Roeder Building Corp Charlotte T. Reid 175.00 

Ahrle Properties Ogden R. Reid. 350.00 

Charne, Glassner.Tehan.Clancy&Taitelman. Henry S. Reuss 500.00 

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 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.... 150.00 

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 

Eight-Thirty, Inc Garner E. Shriver 200.00 

Robert B. Lambert JoeSkubitz 90.00 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Members' district office rentals for November 1971 — Continued 

Lessor Congressman 

1971 

Dec. 1 3886 Roy R. Robe __ Joe Skubitz $50.00 

William N. Caton... do__ 55.00 

Niagara Mohawk Power Corp. _. Henry P. Smith III ___ 140.00 

Insurance Exchange Bldg.. Neal Smith... 195.00 

Bryson Land Co., Inc M. G. (Gene)Snyder 130.00 

Mrs. HubS. Covington Floyd Spence 100.00 

Champaign National Bank William L. Springer 200.00 

Andrew & Helen A. Detch Harley 0. Staggers 135.00 

Coral Ridge Bldg. Co.. J. William Stanton 200.00 

Masonic Temple Assn Tom Steed 85.00 

George & Olvna M. 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 Bldg __ 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 

Farmers & Merchants Bank Vernon W. Thomson 75.00 

Samuel Nardone & Co Robert O. Tiernan 200.00 

Margaret Stegeman Maentz _ Guy Vander Jagt._ 50.00 

University Park Professional Bldg 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 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 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. 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 4274 Joseph F. Dobias William B. Widnall 100.00 

14 4350 Michael J. Kane WiHiam A. Barrett 200.00 

4351 Hamlin Bank & Trust Co Albert W. Johnson 35.00 

20 4565 Andrew McNally John N. Erlenborn 200.00 

4566 Harry J. Goeringer & Sons Daniel J. Flood 250.00 

(October-November) 

4567 James Mulholland Craig Hosmer 172.00 

4568 Commonwealth Bldg., Inc Romano L. Mazzoli 107.00 

(October) 

4569 Levy, Levy, Albert & Marcus Frank Thompson, Jr. 200.00 

22 4729 Law & Finance Bldg. of Greensburg, Inc John H. Dent 260.00 

Refunds and adjustments (200.00) 



Total paid from 1972 appropriations 221,306.09 

OFFICIAL OFFICE EXPENSES 

Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
June 30, 1971: 

Congressman 
1971 
Dec. 3 4054 Philip E. Ruppe (quarterly periods endingSept. 30 and Dec. 31, 1967; Mar. 31 and June 30, 

1968). 1,200.00 

4055 Philip E. Ruppe (quarterly periods ending Sept. 30 and Dec. 31, 1968; Mar. 31 and June 30, 

1969) _ ... _ 1,200.00 

4056 Philip E. Ruppe (quarterly periods endingSept. 30 and Dec. 31,1969; Mar. 31 and June 30, 

1970) 1,200.00 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations. 3,600.00 

July 1 2 Bill Chappell, Jr 300. 00 

4 John B. Anderson 300.00 

William R. Anderson 300.00 

71-124 — 72 15 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending June 30, 1971 — Continued 

Congressman 
1971 

July 1 4 Wayne N. Aspinall $300.00 

WalterS. Bating _ 300.00 

Alphonzo Bell 300.00 

Edward G. Blester, J r 300.00 

Frank T. Bow 300.00 

William G. Bray_ 300.00 

Jack Brinkley 300.00 

Wm. S. Broomfield 300.00 

Bill D. Burlison 300.00 

James A. Byrne 300.00 

Earle Cabell _ 300.00 

Charles J. Carney 300.00 

Elforcl A. Cederberg 300.00 

Charles E. Chambeilain__ _ _ 300.00 

DelClawson _._ 300.00 

James C. Corman 300.00 

Lawrence Coughlin 300.00 

Dominick V. Daniels 300.00 

George E. Danielson _ 300.00 

Frank E. Denholm _ 300.00 

David W. Dennis (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1971>_ _ . 300.00 

David W. Dennis _. 300.00 

John H. Dent 300.00 

Charles C. Diggs, Jr 300.00 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn 300.00 

Florence P. Dwyer 300.00 

Bob Eckhardt 300.00 

Jack Edwards _._. 300.00 

Marvin L. Esch 300.00 

Edwin D. Eshleman... 300.00 

Walter E. Fauntroy (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1971) 300.00 

O. C. Fisher 300.00 

James G. Fulton 300.00 

Kenneth J. Gray... 300.00 

Charles S.Gubser 300.00 

Seymour Halpern _ 300.00 

Orval Hansen ..-. 300.00 

William D. Hathaway.. _ 300.00 

Henry Helstoski 300.00 

Chet Holifield _ _ 300.00 

Edward Hutchinson 300.00 

Albert W.Johnson 300.00 

Edward I. Koch _ _ 300.00 

Norman F. Lent... ._ 300.00 

James A. McClure 300.00 

John Y. McCollister 300.00 

Mike McCormack 300.00 

Ray J. Madden... 300.00 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias 300.00 

Romano L. Mazzoli 300.00 

Lloyd Meeds _ 300.00 

John Melcher 300.00 

George P. Miller 300.00 

William O. Mills 300.00 

William E. Minshall 300.00 

F. Bradford Morse. _ _ 300.00 

John E. Moss. 300.00 

William H. Natcher -- 300.00 

Robert N. C. Nix 300.00 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr ---- 300.00 

Otto E. Passman 300.00 

Edward J. Patten - 300.00 

Peter A. Peyser... _ 300.00 

W. R. Poage -- 300.00 

Richard H. Poff -- 300.00 

Graham Purcell --- 300.00 

Paul S. Sarbanes _ _ - 300.00 

George E.Shipley.. - 300.00 

John M. Slack _ — - 300.00 

Tom Steed _ 300.00 

Robert H.Steele... 300.00 

Leonor K.Sullivan -- 300.00 

James W.Symington 300.00 

Lionel Van Deerlin... - - 300.00 

Jerome R. Waldie _ 300.00 

Charles W.Whalen, Jr.. 300.00 

G. William Whitehurst - 300.00 

Bob Wilson _ 300.00 

Charles H.Wilson - 300.00 



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Amount 



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ending June 30, 1971 — Continued 



1971 
July 1 



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51 




52 


6 


105 


7 


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Jim Wright (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1971) $300.00 

Wendell Wyatt _ "__"_ 30o'o0 

John W. Wydler 300 0O 

John Young _ ~~~ 300' 00 

Clement J. Zablocki 300 00 

William E. Minshall (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1§71)__ '.'.11'.." Ill 300.00 

John G. Dow __ _ 300 00 

John Buchanan.. __ ~~ 300' 0O 

Thomas G. Abernethy _ __ 111. Ill 300! 0O 

James Abourezk _ llllll''. " 300 00' 

BrockAdams "" 300' 0O 

Joseph P. Acldabbo ...Ill 300' OO 

Glenn M. Anderson llllllllll.lll 300.00 

Geo rge And rews 111111111' " 300' 00 

Frank Annunzio _._ llllllll.lllll 300! 00 

Herman Badillo __ 111'.".'.'.' '" 300' 00 

LaMar Baker _ llllllllll " 300 00 

Willia-n A. Barrett . "" 30000 

Nick Begich llllllllll 300i 00 

Tom Bevill 300 00 

Mario Biaggi 300 OO 

Edward P. Boland 300 00 

Joel T. Broyhill... _ lllllllllllll~.il 300! 00 

Omar Burleson _ ._ _ 300 00 

Phillip Burton 111. '.llllllllll S.lll 30o! 00 

Goodloe E. Byron 300 00 

Patrick T. Caffery --™™"""™"""I 30o! 00 

Hugh L Carey 300.00 

Emanuel Celler _ 300 00 

James C. Cleveland 1 300 00 

Harold R. Collier "" 300 00 

James M. Collins " " 300 OO 

Jorge L. Cordova. 300' 00 

W. C. (Dan) Daniel.. __ 300.00 

John Dellenback 300.00 

Edward J. Derwinski I 3000O 

John D. Dingell "_ 300!00 

Robert F. Drinan.. 300.00 

Ed Edmondson 30o!0O 

Edwin W. Edwards ~~ 300! 00 

John N. Erlenborn 300 00 

Frank E. Evans 300!00 

Hamilton Fish, Jr _ 300 00 

Gerald R. Ford llllll 30o!o0 

William D. Ford _ 300 00 

Don Fuqua llllll 30o! OO 

Cornelius E. Gallagher. 300.00 

Edward A. Garmatz 300.00 

Charles H. Griffin " 3000O 

James A. Haley j... llllllllll 30o!oo 

Lee H. Hamilton :... ... 300 00 

James M. Hanley " 3000O 

James Harvey . 300.00 

James F. Hastings 300.00 

Augustus F. Hawkins 300.00 

Elwood Hillis.. ~ 300 00 

Craig Hosmer.... llll'Jlllllllllll 300! 00> 

James J. Howard 300.00 

William L. Hungate " 300! OO 

Andrew Jacobs, J r 300.00 

Harold T. Johnson "~ """ 300!oo 

Robeit E. Jones __ _ _ """" 300 OO 

Joseph E. Karth _. l.llllllllllllllllllllllll 300. 00 

Robeit W. Kastenmeier 300. OO 

Abraham Kazen, Jr. _._ 300 00 

Carleton J. King _._ 300.00 

Dan Kuykendall 300 00 

Peter N. Kyros llllllllllll 30o! 00 

Alton Lennon. 300.00 

Clarence D. Long.. _ llllllllllll".' I" 1 300.00 

Robeit McCloiy 300 00 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr _._ " 300'0C 

John L. McMillan _ _ 300.00 

Torbert H. Macdonald _ "." " 30o! 00 

James R. Mann - - - - 300 OO 

Ralph H. Metcalfe _ 300 OO 

Robert H. Michel 300 OO 

Wilbur D. Mills 300 OO 

Patsy T. Mink llllllllllllllllllllllll Ill 300^00 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending June 30, 1971 — Continued 



1971 
July 7 



Congressman 



113 



Robert H. Mollohan 

John S. Monagan 

G. V. (Sonny) Montgomery 

Thomas E. Morgan 

Lucien N. Nedzi 

James G. O'Hara 

Wright Patman 

Thomas M. Pelly 

J. J. Pickle... 

Otis G. Pike 

Tom Railsback 

Peter W. Rodino, Jr 

Paul G. Rogers 

Fred B. Rooney 

Benjamin S. Rosenthal 

J Edward Roush 

William J. Scherle 

Keith G. Sebelius 

Richard G. Shoup 

Garner E. Shriver 

J. William Stanton 

James V. Stanton 

Robert G. Stephens, Jr 

Roy A. Taylor. 

John H. Terry 

John Ware 

John C. Watts. 

J. Irving Whalley (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1971). 

J. Irving Whalley 

Jamie L. Whitten 

Chalmers P. Wylie.. 

Gus Yatron 

12 190 Bill Alexander _ 

Bill Archer... 

John M. Ashbrook _ 

Page Belcher 

Joh'i A. Blatnik 

Hale Boggs.. 

Richard Boiling 

John Braclemas 

John W. Byrnes 

Don H. Clausen 

Barber B. Conable, Jr 

Silvio 0. Conte 

Glenn R. Davis.. 

Samuel L. Devine 

Thomas N. Downing 

:Dante B. Fascell 

Thomas S. Foley 

Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen 

Nick Galifianakis 

Joseph M. Gaydos 

TomS.Gettys 

Robert N. Giaimo 

Sam Gibbons 

Ella T. Grasso 

James R. Grover, Jr 

Gilbert Gude 

Durward G. Hall 

John Paul Hammerschmidt 

Walter B. Jones 

Hastings Keith 

John C. Kkiczynski 

Earl F. Landgrebe _ 

Phil M. Landrum.. 

Robert L. Leggett... 

Sherman P. Lloyd 

Joseph M. McDade 

John J. McFall 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt 

Stewart B. McKinney 

WilliamS. Mailliard 

Dave Martin — 

Clarence E. Miller 

WilliamS. Moorhead.. 

Alexander Pirnie 

Walter E. Powell 

Wm. J. Randall 

Charles B. Rangel 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending June 30, 1971 — Continued 



1971 

July 12 



Congressman 

190 ThomasM. Rees. $300.00 

Charlotte T. Reid _ 300.00 

John J.Rhodes... - 300.00 

Ray Roberts 300.00 

J. Kenneth Robinson 300.00 

Howard W. Robison 300.00 

Earl B. Ruth... 300.00 

David E. Satterfield III 300.00 

James H.Scheuer 300.00 

William Lloyd Scott 300.00 

B. F.Sisk 300.00 

Louis Stokes 300.00 

Samuel S.Stratton 300.00 

Frank A. Stubblefield 300.00 

Joe D. Waggoner, Jr _ 300.00 

Richard C. White 300.00 

William B. Widnall 300.00 

Charles E. Wiggins 300.00 

Larry Winn, Jr 300.00 

Lester L. Wolff 300.00 

Sidney R. Yates. ___ 300.00 

224 Parren J. Mitchell 300.00 

247 WatkinsM. Abbitt 300.00 

Carl Albert... 300.00 

Mark Andrews 300.00 

Ray Blanton... 300.00 

Donald G. Brotzman 300.00 

Bob Casey 300.00 

Donald D. Clancy. 300.00 

William M. Colmer. 300.00 

Philip M. Crane 300.00 

Mendel J. Davis _ 300.00 

ThaddeusJ. Dulski 150.00 

John J. Flynt, Jr _ 300.00 

L. H. Fountain 300.00 

Wayne L. Hays 300.00 

r. Edward Hebert 300.00 

David N. Henderson 300.00 

Louise Day Hicks.. 300.00 

Frank Horton 300.00 

Charles Raper Jonas 196.68 

William J. Keating 300.00 

Jack F. Kemp. 300.00 

Speedy O. Long 300.00 

John M. Murphy 300.00 

Morgan F. Murphy 300.00 

David R. Obey 300.00 

David Pryor 300.00 

Robert A. Roe (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1971) 300. 00 

John J. Rooney.. 300.00 

Harold Runnels 300.00 

Herman T. Schneebeli. 300.00 

Henry P.Smith III 300.00 

Floyd Spence 300.00 

William A. Steiger 300.00 

Robert O. Tiernan 300.00 

Charles A. Vanik 300.00 

Joseph P. Vigorito 300.00 

William C. Wampier 300.00 

Lawrence G.Williams ._ 300.00 

509 Charles E. Bennett 300.00 

Bob Bergland 300.00 

Jonathan B. Bingham 300.00 

J. Herbert Burke.... _ 300.00 

John N. Happy Camp (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1971) 300.00 

John N. Happy Camp 300.00 

John C. Culver. 300.00 

John W. Davis 300.00 

Eligio de la Garza (quarterly periods ending Mar. 31 and June 30, 1971) 600.00 

Ronald V. Dellums.. 300.00 

William L. Dickinson 300.00 

Walter Flowers . 300.00 

Bill Frenzel 300.00 

George A. Goodling. 300.00 

Martha W. Griffiths 300.00 

Michasl Harrington.. 300.00 

John E. Hunt 300.00 

Richard H. Ichord ... ... 300.00 

Ed Jones 300.00 



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Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending June 30, 1971 — Continued 

Congressman 
1971 

July 26 509 James Kee.. ........ . $300.00 

Arthur A. Link 300.00 

Manuel Lujan. Jr. (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1971) 300.00 

Manuel Lujan, Jr 300.00 

Spark M. Maisunaga 300.00 

Wiley Mayne 300.00 

Albert H. Quie 300.00 

Donald W. Riegle.Jr 300.00 

Teno Roncalio (quarterly periods ending Mar. 31 and June 30, 1971).. 600.00 

William R. Roy . 300.00 

John P.Saylor 300.00 

John G. Schmitz 300.00 

William L. Springer 300.00 

SamSteiger 300.00 

Burt L. Talcott 300.00 

Frank Thompson, J r 300.00 

Vernon W. Thomson . . 300.00 

Al Ullman (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1971) 300.00 

Al Ullman 300.00 

Jim Wright 300.00 

C. W. Bill Young 300.00 

28 637 Bellas. Abzug 300.00 

James T. Broyhill 300.00 

Frank M. Clark... 300.00 

Edwin B. Forsythe 300.00 

Louis Frey, Jr 300.00 

William J. Green 300.00 

Margaret M. Heckler. 300.00 

Floyd V. Hicks 300.00 

John Jarman 300.00 

Delbertl. Latta.. _. 300. CO 

Dawson Mathis 300.00 

Jerry L. Pettis 300.00 

Melvin Price _ 300.00 

Fernand J. St Germain 300.00 

Charles M. Teague 300.00 

Guy VanderJagt 300.00 

Victor V. Veysey. 300.00 

Aug. 2 848 Ben B. Blackburn 300.00 

3 901 Jackson E. Betts (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1971) 4.50 

Jackson E. Betts 4.50 

John Conyers, Jr 300.00 

Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont 300.00 

Don Edwards... 300.00 

Donald M. Fraser 300.00 

Richard T. Hanna 300.00 

Jack H. McDonald. _ 300.00 

Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell. 300.00 

Richardson Preyer ._ 300.00 

James H.Quillen 300.00 

M.G. (Gene) Snyder 300.00 

Fletcher Thompson.... 300.00 

Roger H. Zion 300.00 

10 1060 JamesA. Burke 300.00 

John Dowdy. 300.00 

Edith Green 300.00 

William F. Ryan 300.00 

John F.Seiberling 300.00 

13 1166 William (Bill) Clay 300.00 

JamesJ.Delaney 300.00 

JoeSkubitz 300.00 

23 1258 Shirley Chisholm -- - 300.00 

Barry M. Goldwater, Jr 300.00 

John W. McCormack (quarterly period ending Dec. 31, 1970) 21.50 

AbnerJ. Mikva. 300.00 

John R. Rarick... -... - -— 300.00 

John H. Rousselot 300.00 

Sept. 3 1703 Garry Brown.. — - - - 300.00 

Joshua Eilberg (quarterly periods ending Mar. 31 and June 30, 1971) 600.00 

G. Elliott Hagan 300.00 

John T. Myers 300.00 

Roman C. Pucinski (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1971).... 300.00 

Roman C. Pucinski - 300.00 

Ogden R. Reid... - — 300.00 

Edward R. Roybal - 300.00 

14 1857 Les Aspin (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1971) 300.00 

Les Aspin - -- 2 ?3-5i 

Do 16.99 

Paul Findley - 300.00 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending June 30, 1971 — Continued 

Congressman 

Claude Pepper $300.00 

Louis C.Wyman 300.00 

Robert Price 300.00 

Bill Nichols 300.00 

Dan Rostenkowski.. 300.00 

Dan Rostenkowski (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1971) 300. 00 

Charles Thone.... 300.00 

Thomas L. Ashley 300.00 

Joe L. Evins . 300.00 

John J. Duncan 300.00 

Robert C. McEwen 300.00 

Morris K. Udall 300.00 

Neal Smith.. 300.00 

Tim Lee Carter (quarterly periods ending Mar. 31 and June 30, 1971) 600. 00 

Henrv S. Reuss (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1971) 300. 00 

HenryS. Reuss... .. 300.00 

Lawrence J. Hogan 300.00 

Charles A. Mosher (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1971) 300. 00 

Charles A. Mosher -- 300.00 

W. S. (Bill)StuckeyJr 300.00 

Daniel J. Flood (quarterly periods ending Dec. 31, 1970; Mar. 31 and June 30, 1971) 900.00 

Philip E. Ruppe (quarterly periods ending Sept. 30 and Dec. 31,1970; Mar. 31 and June 30, 

1971) 1,200.00 

George Mahon (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1971) 30.00 

Ken Hechler (quarterly periods ending Mar. 31 and June 30, 1971) --- 600.00 

K. Gunn McKay 300.00 

John M. Zwach (quarterly period ending Mar. 31, 1971) 254.78 

John M. Zwach - 284. 63 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations - 128, 546.59 



1971 




Sept. 14 


1857 


17 


1938 


21 


1976 


24 


2056 


27 


2145 


Oct 7 


2502 


13 


2558 


22 


2851 


Nov. 3 


3140 


10 


3237 


18 


3552 



23 3596 



Dec. 3 



4052 
4057 



14 4279 
30 4968 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
Sept. 30, 1971: 

Congressman 

Sept. 28 2148 Otto E. Passman 

30 2226 James C. Corman _ 

2227 Charles W. Sandman, Jr... 

2241 Julia Butler Hansen.. 

Oct. 1 2359 William R.Anderson 

George And rews 

John M. Ashbrook --■ 

Wayne N. Aspinall 

Walters. Baring.. ._ 

Edward G. Biester, Jr... 

John A. Blatnik 

Wm. S. Broomfield... 

Phillip Burton - 

Charles J. Carney - 

Charles E. Chamberlain - 

Harold R. Collier. - - 

Silvio O. Conte --- -■ 

Lawrence Coughlin - 

John C. Culver 

Mendel J. Davis - ■ 

Frank E. Denholm -- ■ 

Charles C. Diggs, Jr - ■ 

Thomas N. Downing - 

Florence P. Dwyer 

Bob Eckhardt 

Ed Edmondson 

Jack Edwards 

Edwin D. Eshleman - --• 

Gerald R. Ford 

William D. Ford 

Kenneth J. Gray 

Martha W.Griffiths... 

Lee H. Hamilton - 

John Paul Hammerschmidt 

James F. Hastings 

William D. Hathaway.. 

Chet Holifield 

Peter N. Kyros 

Phil M. Land rum --- 

Alton Lennon ■ 

Norman F. Lent 

Robert McClory - --• 



300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 



226 



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Date 



No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1971 
Oct. 1 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending Sept. 30, 1971 — Continued 

Congressman 

2359 Paul N. McCloskey, Jr 

Stewart B. McKinney 

John L. McMillan _".._". 

Dave Martin. 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias ""IV".!""'.'.'".'.'. 

Romano L. Mazzoli 

Lloyd Meeds '.'."'. 

John Melcher 

George P. Miller __ __."_" """'/.'.'.'.'.'. 

Joseph G. Minish._ _ 

F. Bradford Morse.. 

John E. Moss _ 

John M. Murphy 

William H. Natcher 

Robert N. C. Nix _ 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr 

Edward J. Patten 

W. R. Poage 

Richard H. Poff... _ '"//////////.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 

Graham Purcell _ _ 

John R. Rarick _ _ 

Thomas M. Rees... . 

Charlotte T. Reid ___ 

Robert A. Roe 

PaulS. Sarbanes _ 

Richard G. Shoup __ 

Joh n Slack _ _ 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr... 

William C. Wampler. 

William B. Widnall 

Charles H. Wilson 

Wendell Wyatt 

John W. Wydler _ 

John Young 

2360 Fred Schwengel 

2391 John H. Buchanan _ 

2436 Seymour Kaipern 

2439 Brock Adams 

Glenn M. Anderson 

Mark A nd rews 

Bill Archer 

Les Aspin _ 

Herman Badillo 

Nick Begich 

Page Belcher 

Alphonzo Bell 

Tom Bevill 

Edward P. Boland _ 

John Brademas. .... . . ... 

William G. Bray _ _ 

Jack Brinkley... 

Joel T. Broyhill _ _ 

J. Herbert Burke _ 

Omar Burleson . .... 

Bill D. Burlison ._ _ 

James A. Byrne 

Goodloe E. Byron 

Patrick T. Caffery 

Emanuel Celler 

James C. Cleveland . 

W. C. (Dan) Daniel _ 

George E. Danielson 

Glenn R. Davis 

Eligio de la Garza 

John Dellenback.. 

Edward J. Derwinski 

William L. Dickinson. 

John D. Dingell 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn_ 

Edwin W. Edwards 

John N. Erlenborn 

Frank E. Evans 

Hamilton Fish, Jr_ 

Cornelius E. Gallagher _ 

Joseph M. Gaydos 

Charles H. Griffin 

James A. Haley ._ 

Durward G. Hall 

James M. Hanley .-. 



$300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300.00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 0i 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300.00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300.00 
300.00 
300.00 
300. 00 
300.00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300.00 
300.00 
300.00 
300.00 
300. 00 



227 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



1971 
Oct. 5 



2439 



2442 
2488 
2492 



Amount 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending Sept. 30, 1971— Continued 

Congressman 

James Harvey $300.00 

F. Edward Hebert.... - 300.00 

Henry HelstoskL. 300.00 

Elwood Hillis - - ---- 300.00 

Craig Hosmer - ---- 300.00 

James J. Howard - - 300.00 

Edward Hutchinson... - - - - 300.00 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr 300.00 

Robert E.Jones.. -- - 300.00 

Joseph E. Karth - ----- 300.00 

Abraham Kazen.Jr - - 300.00 

Edward I. Koch 300.00 

Dan Kuykendall - - 300.00 

Robert L. Leggett — - --- 300.00 

Clarence D. Long - - 300.00 

Mike McCormack.. - ---- 300.00 

Torbert H. Macdonald - ..- - 300.00 

William S. Mailliard - --- - 300.00 

James R. Mann.. - 300.00 

Spark M. Matsunaga oSx'xS 

Wiley Mayne.... - - - 300.00 

Ralph H. Metcalfe - - 300.00 

Robert H. Michel -— - - ---- 300.00 

G. V. (Sonny) Montgomery - 300. 00 

Thomas E. Morgan - 300.00 

Bill Nichols - ---- 300.00 

James G. O'Hara — - 300.00 

J. J. Pickle - 300 00 

Alexander Pirnie - ™-™ 

Melvin Price - — 300.00 

James H. Quillen 300.00 

Tom Railsback - --- 300.00 

Donald W. Riegle.Jr - 300.00 

J. Kenneth Robinson — - 300.00 

Howard W. Robison - 300.00 

Fred B. Rooney — 300.00 

Benjamin S. Rosenthal. -- 300.0U 

David E. Satterfield III — 300.00 

William J. Scherle... - 300.00 

William Lloyd Scott — 300.00 

Keith G.Sebelius.... - 300.00 

George E. Shipley 300.00 

B. F.Sisk 300.00 

J. William Stanton. 300.00 

Robert H.Steele... — - --- 300.00 

James W.Symington 300. Ui, 

Charles M. Teague - — - - 300.00 

John H. Terry.. 300.00 

Charles A. Vanik - -- 300.00 

Victor V.Veysey 300.00 

Joseph P.Vigorito - 300.00 

John Ware... 300.00 

Charles W. Whalenjr 300.00 

Richard C. White - 300.00 

G. William Whitehurst - - --- 300.00 

Jamie L. Whitten ._ - - - ------ 300.00 

Larry Winn, Jr - 300.00 

Chalmers P. Wylie. - --- 300. 0q 

GusYatron... 300.00 

Wayne L. Hays - -- 300.00 

Bill Chappell, Jr - 300.00 

James Abourezk - j""? 

Joseph P. Addabbo... - 300.00 

LaMar Baker.. _ - - 300.00 

Jonathan B. Bingham 300.00 

HaleBoggs - — 300-00 

Frank J. Brasco - - - 300.00 

Elford A. Cederberg - - 300.00 

JohnConvers. Jr - 300.00 

Jorge L. Cordova.. — - 300.00 

Philip M. Crane.. - 300.00 

Samuel L. Devine ---- 300.00 

Robert F. Drinan 300.00 

Marvin L. Esch - 300.00 

O.C.Fisher - - 300.00 

Thomas S. Foley - ---- J°0-°° 

Edward A. Garmatz - - 300.00 

Henrv B.Gonzalez --- 300.00 

James R. Grover, Jr - 300.00 

Charles S.Gubser _ 300.00 



228 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1971 
Oct. 7 



2492 



2516 
2550 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending Sept. 30, 1971— Continued 

Congressman 

Richard T. Hanna 

Augustus F. Hawkins 

David N. Henderson _ _ 

Louise Day Hicks _ 

Albert W. Johnson _ 

Harold T. Johnson 

James Kee _. 

John C. Kluczvnski . . 

Clarence E. Miller 

Patsy T.Mink. 

William S. Moorhead _ 

Morgan F. Murphy ___ _ 

John Myers ___ 

Thomas M. Pelly 

Claude Pepper 

Peter A. Peyser. . . 

Otis G. Pike 

David Pryor 

Albert H. Quie 

John J. Rhodes 

Peter W. Rodino, Jr __ 

John J. Rooney __ 

Dan Rostenkowski 

John H. Rousselot ... . 

Earl B. Ruth 

John G. Schrritz 

Tom Steed 

William A. Steiger 

Leonor K. Sullivan 

Roy A. Taylor 

Vernon W. Thomson 

Charles Thone 

Lester L.Wolff 

Clement J. Zablocki . 

Parren J. Mitchell 

John B. Anderson _ 

Thomas L. Ashley . . . 

William A. Barrett 

James A. Burke __ _. . 

Earle Cabell 

Del Clawson _._ 

Dominick V. Daniels 

John Dowdy 

Thaddeus J. Dulski _ 

Don Edwards _ 

Ella T. Grasso 

Gilbert Gude 

Charles Ra per Jonas _._ _ 

William J. Keating.. . 

Delbert L. Latta _._ 

Sherman P. Lloyd . 

John J. McFall : 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt _ 

Robert H. Mollohan.. 

Paul G. Rogers 

J. Edward Roush 

Harold Runnels.. _._ _ 

William L. Springer _ 

Louis Stokes 

Samuel S. Stratton 

Frank A. Stubblefield 

Bob Wilson _ 

Lionel Van Deerlin.. _ 

Thomas G. Abernethy 

Bill Alexander 

Charles E. Bennett _ 

Bob Bergland. _ _ 

Richard Boiling _ _ _ 

Clarence J. Brown... 

Garry Brown 

James T. Broyhill.. _. 

Bob Casey _ _ 

Barber B. Conable, Jr 

John W. Davis. 

David W. Dennis 

Joe L. Evins 

Walter Flowers 

Nick Galifianakis 

Orval Hansen 



2576 
2857 



$300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300.00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 30 
300.00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300.00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
150.00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
201.00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
291.46 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
130.00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 
300. 00 



229 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 



Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period 
ending Sept. 30, 1971— Continued 

Congressman 

1971 

Oct. 26 2857 Floyd V. Hicks. - - ^00.00 

Frank Horton -— -— 300.00 

John E. Hunt - — - 300.00 

JohnJarman - — - — - 300.00 

Ed Jones 300.00 

Earl F. Landgrebe 300.00 

Speedy O. Long .... 300.00 

Dawson Mathis 300.00 

William O. Mills -- — - ?00- 00 

Wilmer D. Mizell - 300.00 

John S. Monagan - 300.00 

Walter E. Powell - - --- 300.00 

Ogden R. Reid._ - 300.00 

James V.Stanton - 300.00 

Fletcher Thompson 300.00 

GuyVanderJagt.. 300.00 

Lawrence G.Williams - 300.00 

27 2866 Hugh L.Carey... 300.00 

28 2913 Manuel Luian, Jr.. 30U.UU 

2934 Watkins M. Abbitt 300.00 

RayBlanton 300. Ou 

James M. Collins 300.00 

Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont... 300.00 

Dante B. Fascell -- 300.00 

Edwin B. Forsythe 300.00 

Donald M. Fraser... - 300-00 

Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen ■ 

Bill Frenzel — - M-™. 

Tom S. Gettys 300.00 

George A. Goodling — 300.00 

Edith Green 300.00 

Michael J. Harrington. 300.00 

William L. Hungate 300.00 

Jack F. Kemp.... 300.00 

James A. McClure 300.00 

David R. Obey 300 .00 

Wm.J. Randall 300.00 

Fernand J.St Germain ---- 300.00 

Herman T. Schneebeli _ 300.00 

Sam Steiger 300.00 

Burt L.Talcott 300.00 

Jerome R. Waldie - 300.00 

Charles E. Wiggins - - — 300.00 

Louis C. Wyman.... - 300.00 

C. W. Bill Young.... 300.00 

Nov. 2 3092 Bsn B. Blackburn 300.00 

3 3121 Carl Albert 300.00 

Frank Annunzio ,™'™ 

John W. Byrnes... - — - 300.00 

Donald D. Clancy 300.00 

John J. Duncan 300.00 



John J. Flynt, Jr. 



300. 00 



Richard H. Ichord 300.00 

Robert C. McEwen - - 300.00 

H=nry P.Smith III 300.00 

Morris K. Udall ---- 300.00 

Sidney R. Yates 300.00 

10 3315 John N. Happy Camp ---- }°°™ 

Shirley Chisholm - — 300.00 

Don H. Clausen --- 300.00 

Dan Fuqua -- - 300.00 

Barry M. Goldwater, Jr 300.00 

William J. Green 300.00 

Walter B.Jones 300.00 

John Y. McCollister - -- 300.00 

Joseph M. McDade.. - 300.00 

James H.Scheuer. --- 300.00 

Garner E.Shriver - 300.00 

Neal Smith. - 300. CO 

Robert G. Stephens, Jr.. - -- 300.00 

Nora M. Watts (Executrix of the estate of John C. Watts) 300. 00 

Jim Wright.. - -- 300.00 

18 3551 TimLeeCarter - 300.00 

William (Bill) Clay 300.00 

John H. Dent 300.00 

Paul Findley 300.00 

Sam Gibbons -- 300.00 

Robert W. Kastenmeier 300.00 



230 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Official office expenses incurred outside the District of Columbia, quarterly period ending 
Sept. 30, 1971— Continued 

Congressman 
1971 

Nov. 18 3551 Ray J. Madden.. _._ . $300.00 

AbnerJ. Mikva 300.00 

William E. Minshall 300.00 

Richardson Preyer... 300.00 

Henry S. Reuss . 300.00 

Ray Roberts . . 300.00 

Edward R. Roybal . 300.00 

M. G. (Gene) Snyder. ._ ... 300.00 

Floyd Spence 300.00 

23 3695 Mario Biaggi . . 300.00 

Frank T. Bow 300.00 

John G.Dow.. 300.00 

Lawrence J. Hogan . . 300.00 

Hastings Keith.. .. 300.00 

Carleton J. King.... 300.00 

Charles A. Mosher... 300.00 

Lucien N. Nedzi _ _ 300.00 

Jerry L. Pettis 300.00 

Teno Roncalio 300.00 

William R. Roy _ _. 300.00 

W. S. (Bili)StuckeyJr 300.00 

Robert O. Tiernan 300.00 

Al Ullman _ 300.00 

30 3782 Margaret M. Heckler. _ 300.00 

Arthur A. Link 300.00 

Charles B. Rangel 300.00 

Philip E. Ruppe _ 300.00 

Dec. 1 4011 Ronald V. Dellums _ _ 300.00 

3 4053 Daniel J. Flood _ 300.00 

14 4280 Louis Frey, Jr 300.00 

George Mahon. 18.83 

William F. Ryan 300.00 

30 4969 BellaS. Abzug 300.00 

Walter E. Fauntroy 300.00 

I.. H. Fountain. 300.00 

Ken Hechler 300.00 

Jack H. McDonald 300.00 

K.Gunn McKay 300.00 

Wright Patman 300.00 

Roger H. Zion 300.00 

John M. Zwach.... 289.99 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 118,981.28 

OFFICIAL TELEPHONE EXPENSE 

Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for the 
cuarter ending June 30, 1971: 

Congressman 

Henry B. Gonzalez (quarter ending June 30, 1970) $212.81 

Glenn M. Anderson (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1970) (supplemental) 145.00 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations _ 357.81 



1971 
Oct. 27 
Nov. 18 


2870 
3546 


July 1 

6 
7 


3 

12 

84 

112 



Bill Chappelljr. 346.63 

Seymour Halpern . ... ._ 366.85 

Fred Schwengel _ 312.16 

Jackson E. Betts (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971)... 63.03 

Edward G. Biesterjr __ 296.03 

Frank T. Bow 304.69 

George E. Danielson (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) __ 35.69 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn _ 169. 13 

Marvin L. Esch (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 300.00 

Edwin D. Eshleman _ _ _ 212.42 

Harold T. Johnson... _ _ 241.57 

Ed Jones (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 226.57 

Ralph H. Metcalfe (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 214.50 

Roman C. Pucinski (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 300.00 

W. S. (Bill )Stuckey, Jr. (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1970)... 181. 21 

W. S. (Bill) Stuckey, Jr. (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971). 255.65 

12 196 Fred B. Rooney.. 366.92 

13 197 George W. Andrews 54.21 

William A. Barrett 277.94 

Nick Begich.. _ 450.00 

Mario Biaggi 450.00 

Joel Broyhill 241.60 

Elford A.Cederberg.. 39.73 

James M. Collins. 372.05 



231 

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, 1971 — Continued 

Congressman 
1971 

July 13 197 Lawrence Coughlin. ... - $338.45 

Geoige E. Danielson.. - . 450.00 

Gerald R. Ford 292.61 

Norman F. Lent 357.07 

Mike McCormack.. _ 305.58 

Ralph H. Metcalfe — - 436.94 

Joseph G. Minish 153.60 

G. V. (Sonny) Montgomery 257.89 

Alexander Pirnie 314.88 

James H. (Jimmy) Quillen _. 450.00 

Keith G. Sebelius 278.23 

George E.Shipley 450.00 

H. Allen Smith _ 149.59 

Neal Smith 168.16 

Floyd Spence (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 300.00 

HarleyO. Staggers _._ __ 72.19 

Tom Steed 184.39 

Robeit H.Steele. - 428.18 

Jerome R. Waldie 450.00 

Larry Winn, Jr 218.66 

Wendell Wyatt... _._ 450.00 

Gus Yatron 258.88 

14 228 John Buchanan 327.15 

19 346 Joseph P. Addabbo __. 325.11 

Frank Annunzio 249. 54 

LesAspin (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 300.00 

Les Aspin 357. 84 

Ray Blanton 299.77 

John A. Blatnik.. 268.02 

Edward P. Boland 375.69 

Jack Brinkley .... 339.79 

Jorge L. Cordova 294.09 

Wiiliam R. Cotter 298.00 

Philip M.Crane 389.06 

Samuel L. Devine_ _ 215.39 

Edwin W. Edwards 305.71 

Frank E. Evans (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) (supplemental).. 3. 50 

Frank E. Evans.. 270.02 

O.C.Fisher 329.10 

Don Fuqua 418.08 

Joseph M. Gaydos 389.69 

Ella T. Grasso 450.00 

James R. Grover, Jr _ 340.76 

William H. Harsha... 145.84 

Wayne L. Hays.... 301.80 

David N. Henderson 166.99 

Elwood Hillis _ 380.60 

Abraham Kazen, Jr 238.10 

William J. Keating... 272.67 

Jack F. Kemp 332.04 

Phil M. Landrum 85.86 

John J. McFall 307.00 

Stewart B. McKinney. 450.00 

Torbert H. Macdcnald. 280. 13 

Edward J. Patten.... 190.57 

Thomas M. Pelly 185.75 

Melvin Price 204.80 

David Pryor (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 300.00 

Graham Purcell _ 445.04 

Henry S. Reuss 209.42 

J. Kenneth Robinson 225.40 

Robert A. Roe (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 67.02 

John J. Rooney 182.00 

Eail B. Ruth 120.18 

Herman T. Schneebeli 286.37 

Richard G. Shoup _ 350. 18 

James V.Stanton.. 267.52 

William A. Steiger 342.01 

Leonor K.Sullivan 104.32 

James W. Symington _ 276. 10 

John H.Teiry 450.00 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr.. 183.99 

Lawrence G. Williams ._ 410. 56 

Sidney R. Yates (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 300.00 

Clement J. Zablocki 142.11 

20 404 James Abourezk (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 30.85 

James Abourezk 450.00 

Walters. Baring 284.73 

Richard Boiling 314.94 



232 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1971 
July 20 



404 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for 
the quarter ending June 30, 1971 — Continued 

Congressman 

Frank J. Brasco 

Wm.S. Broomfield 

Bill D. Burlison 

Phillip Burton 

Bob Casey 

James C. Cleveland 

Eligio de la Garza, 

Edward J. Derwinski 

John G. Dow 

Bob Eckhardt 

Jack Edwards 

Dante B. Fascell 

William D. Ford 

Tom S. Gettys 

Charles H. Griffin 

James A. Haley 

Seymour Hal pern (supplemental) . 

Orval Hansen 

F. Edward Hebert _ _ 

John E. Hunt 

Joseph E . Karth _ _ 

Dan Kuykendall 

K. Gunn McKay (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971).. 

John L. McMillan 

Thomas E. Morgan 

John M. Murphy 

Richardson Preyer 

Peter W. Rodino, Jr 

Robert A. Roe 

Philip E. Ruppe (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 

Robert L. F. Sikes 

Roy A. Taylor 

Frank Thompson, Jr ._ __ 

Joseph P. Vigorito 

John C. Watts _ 

Richard C.White 

26 512 Watkins M. Abbitt 

Thomas G. Abernethy 

Bill Archer 

John M. Ash brook 

Thomas L. Ashley 

Bob Bergland (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 

Jonathan B. Bingham 

Omar Burleson _ 

Earle Cabell 

Don H. Clausen 

Barber B. Conable, Jr 

W. C. (Dan) Daniel (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) (supplemental) 

W. C. (Dan) Daniel. 

Glenn R. Davis 

James J. Delaney __ 

Joshua Eilberg (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971). _ 

Edwin D. Eshleman (supplemental) 

Bill Frenzel 

Edward A. Garmatz 

Durward G. Hall 

Lee H. Hamilton 

Michael Harrington 

James Harvey - 

James F. Hastings 

Frank Horton 

James J. Howard 

Richard H. Ichord 

K. Gunn McKay __ 

John S. Monagan 

F. Bradford Morse. - - 

W. R. Poage _ - 

Charlotte T. Reid 

J. Edward Roush.. - 

Harold Runnels - - 

John M. Slack _ 

Robert T. Stafford - 

J. William Stanton - 

Louis Stokes _ - 

Ben B. Blackburn - 

Patsy T. Mink... 

Bella 3. Abzug.. _ 

LaMar Baker - 

Page Belcher - 

Tom Bevill 



Aug. 2 



849 
852 
855 



$237. 20 
277.05 
182. 89 
324. 23 

309. 30 
406. 55 
138. 15 
393. 00 

310. 27 

305. 65 
351.66 
372. 80 

259. 82 
167. 33 
323.74 
190.26 

33.20 
273. 85 
311.82 
279. 86 
233.02 
339. 46 

76.77 
164. 29 

42. 85 
450. 00 

260. 94 
271.03 
381.74 
260. 81 
210.57 
300. 69 
143. 04 
277. 94 
158.74 
224. 95 
450. 00 

4.91 
270.25 
289.90 
224. 80 
203. 50 
450. 00 
208. 65 

306. 75 
450. 00 
132.12 

22.00 

227. 52 

228. 38 
60.00 

300. 00 
35.80 
387. 54 
184. 78 
190.76 
450. 00 
352. 30 
163.95 
263. 72 
309. 06 
261.16 
235. 63 
272.21 
327. 69 
450.00 
116.10 
291.84 
324.63 
450. 00 
186.90 
90.22 
340.75 
258. 47 
412.40 
360. 21 
450. 00 
405.60 
236.95 
297. 28 



233 



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Date 



No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1971 
Aug. 2 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for 
the quarter ending June 30, 1971 — Continued 

Congressman 

855 Jack Brinkley (supplemental) --- 

James T. Broyhill -- - 

Goodloe E. Byron (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 

John N. Happy Camp... 

Hugh L. Carey - - 

Charles J. Carney.- — 

John Dellenback ---- 

William L. Dickinson (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971)... 

John N. Erlenborn -- - 

Frank E. Evans (supplemental) - 

Walter Flowers --- - 

Edwin B. Forsythe - --- 

Nick Galifianakis - -- - -- - 

Michael Harrington (supplemental) 

Ken Hechler 

John Jarman 

Clarence D. Long 

Mike McCormack 

Williams. Mailliard 

Dawson Mathis (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 

Lloyd Meeds 

James G. O'Hara 

J.J. Pickle. __ 

Paul G. Rogers 

Dan Rostenkowski 

Fernand J.St Germain 

William Lloyd Scott -- 

Garner E. Shriver 

B. F. Sisk 

Charles A. Vanik --- 

Richard C.White - 

Lester L. Wolff 

Jim Wright 

Sidney R.Yates 

3 906 Roman C. Pucinski -- 

907 John R. Rarick 

■5 966 Brock Adams -- 

Jackson E. Betts 

J. Herbert Burke 

John N. Happy Camp (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 

Donald D. Clancy - - 

Silvio 0. Conte - -■ 

John Conyers, Jr. (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 

FisrreS.(Pete) du Pont - --- -- 

Joshua Eilberg 

John J. Flynt, Jr -- 

Gerald R. Ford (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970). 

Gerald R. Ford (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1970) --- 

Gerald R. Ford (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) --- - 

Gerald R. Ford • 

George A. Goodling -- 

Ri:hard T. Hanna. - 

Floyd V. Hicks - 

Peter N. Kyros (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1970), 

Robart McClory 

Jack H. McDonald. — 

Spark M. Matsunaga -- -- - — 

Romano L. Mazzoli 

Clarence E. Miller.. - 

George P. Mill sr 

Wilner (Vinegar Bend) Mizell (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 

Al vin E. O'Konski (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 

Alvin E. O'Konski - - - --- 

Petsr A. Peyser -- --„---,- - 

Walter E. Powell (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) -■ 

John J. Rhodes - 

Howard W. Robison.. - --■ 

Robert A. Roe - - --■ 

Benjamin S. Rosenthal • 

Paul S. Sarbanes.. -- -- 

John G. Schmitz - - - --• 

Fletcher Tnompson.. - - 

Charles W. Whalen, Jr.. 

G.William Whitehurst - 

Jamie L. Whitten... 

Bob Wilson - 

19 1242 John M. Ashbrook (supplemental)... -• 

Hale Bogg; - --- 

John Brademas -- - --■ 

William G. Bray - --- 



$28.80 
450. 00 
253. 15 

71.15 
362.55 
237.84 
361.88 
300. 00 
319.03 
108.00 
356.68 
410.81 
450.00 

97.70 
450.00 

239. 25 
450. 00 

6.30 
369. 85 
171.50 
159.95 
450. 00 
287. 39 
281.54 
450. 00 
450. 00 
156. 39 
252. 80 
260. 10 
307.59 

18.90 
450. 00 
450. 00 
328. 86 
413.36 
369. 14 
412.25 

63.03 
283. 32 

63.80 

240. 41 
383.09 
300. 00 
450.00 
361.11 
319.77 

20.00 
60.00 
60.00 
55.50 
316.42 
450. 00 
329.91 
300. 00 
427.36 
450. 00 
422.46 
197.97 
219.61 
266.26 
277. 02 
300. 00 
450. 00 
412.03 
300. 00 
182. 54 
102.90 
67.50 
108. 82 
365. 74 
450.00 
307.43 
237. 73 
265. 68 
38.34 
239. 00 
14.85 
327.57 
231.48 
307.95 



234 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1971 
Aug. 19 



1242 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for 
the quarter ending June 30, 1971 — Continued 

Congressman 

Jack Brooks 

Donald G. Brotzman (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 

James A. Burke 

Del Clawson 

Robert J. Corbett.... _ _._ 

Dominick V. Daniels _ 

Charles C. Diggs, Jr. 

John Dowdy... 

Thomas N. Downing. 

Hamilton Fish, Jr 

Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen 

Louis Frey, Jr _ 

James G. Fulton 

Edith Green 

Martha W.Griffiths 

Gilbert Gude _ 

John Paul Hammerschmidt (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 

Margaret M. Heckler _ 

Henry Helstoski _ 

Craig Hosmer. 

Abraham Kazen, Jr. (supplemental) 

Hastings Keith 

Carleton J. King. _ 

Edward I. Koch 

John L. McMillan (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 

John L. McMillan 

James R. Mann 

Wiley Mayne 

Robert H. Michel 

Robert H. Mollohan _ 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr 

Claude Pepper 

Wm.J. Randall 

Philip E. Ruppe 

William F. Ryan (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 

Charles W. Sandman, Jr 

John F. Seiberling 

JoeSkubitz 

M. G. (Gene) Snyder 

Frank A. Stubblefield 

Victor V. Veysey 

20 1247 Charles E. Bennett 

Frank M. Clark (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1970) 

John W. Davis 

John H. Dent 

Charles S. Gubser.. 

G. Elliott Hagan (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1970) 

G. Elliott Hagan (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 

G. Elliott Hagan 

Robert L. Leggett 

K. Gunn McKay (supplemental) 

William 0. Mills 

William S. Moorhead 

William H. Natcher 

OtisG. Pike 

Walter E. Powell 

Donald W. Riegle, Jr 

Henry P. Smith III _ 

Henry P. Smith III (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 

Floyd Spence ._ 

William L. Springer (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 

William L. Springer 

Lionel Van Deerlin 

John E. Moss.. 

Herman Badillo 

Garry Brown 

John W. Byrnes. 

Charles E. Chamberlain 

Frank M. Clark (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 

James C. Corman _ - 

Robert F. Drinan 

Thomas S. Foley 

Donald M. Fraser 

Robert N. Giaimo 

John Paul Hammerschmidt 

Chet Holifield 

Andrew Jacobs, J r - 

Earl F. Landgrebe... 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias 



1311 
1383 



$251.40 

273. 27 
413.11 
204. 07 
273.45 
245.97 
450. 00 

85.76 
450. 00 
450. 00 

278. 27 
450. 00 
367. 99 
306. 94 

182. 81 
337. 34 
213.10 
450. 00 
450. 00 
272.35 
123. 80 
450.00 
251.56 
324. 20 

20.00 
20.00 
445. 48 
178.95 
304. 50 
402. 35 
327. 78 
333. 55 
107. 93 
93.65 
300. 00 
301.98 
321.18 
234. 44 
244.21 
110.42 
450. 00 
222. 30 
300. 00 
276. 00 
450. 00 
256. 83 
255. 39 
279.29 

279. 03 
370. 69 

51.95 
77.25 
191.47 
98.34 
188. 71 
450. 00 

274. 68 
110.18 
103.07 
272.01 

20.00 

183. 52 
450. 00 
364. 20 
450. 00 
201.44 
256. 46 
213. 56 
300. 00 
307.92 
450. 00 
355. 40 
265. 64 
275.20 
193.88 
405. 70 
155.70 
293. 57 
400. 17 



235 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for 
the quarter ending June 30, 1971 — Continued 

Congressman 
1971 
Aug. 27 1383 Morgan F. Murphy... - - 

Tom Railsback - 

John H. Rousselot... 

Samuel S. Stratton - 

Charles E. Wiggins - 

Louis C.Wyman (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971). 

Louis C. Wyman.. - 

Sept. 3 1704 William J. Green.. 

James Kee 

Sherman P. Lloyd (quarter ending Mar. 30, 1971) (supplemental) 

Speedy 0. Long 

Roman C. Pucinski (quarter ending Sept. 30,1970) 

RomanB. Pucinski (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1970) 

OgdenR. Reid 

Edward R. Roybal... - 

James H.Scheuer 

Charles H.Wilson _ - 

JohnW.Wydler _ 

C.W. Bill Young(quarter ending Mar. 31,1971) _. 

7 1713 Parren J. Mitchell (quarter ending Mar. 31,1971)... 

14 1859 Bella S. Abzug(quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 

Bill Alexander 

William R.Anderson.. - 

Mark Andrews 

ClarenceJ.Brown. 

Shirley Chisholm.. 

Frank M.Clark.. 

JohnConyers.Jr. (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1970) 

Marvin L. Esch 

Kenneth J. Gray 

William L. H ungate 

Walter B. Jones 

Sherman P. Lloyd 

James A. McClure 

Jerry L. Pettis 

Sam Steiger. _ 

Robert G. Stephens, J r 

C.W. Bill Young - 

16 1912 James C. Corman (supplemental). 

John G. Dow _ 

Don Edwards... 

Paul Findley.. 

L. H. Fountain. 

Richa rd H . Fulton 

James M. Hanley 

Law rence J . H ogan 

Ed Jones 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt __ 

John Melcher (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 

John Melcher 

Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell 

Lucien N. NedzL 

Ray Roberts... 

David E. Satterfield III. 

William J. Scherle 

17 1939 Robert Price (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 

1940 Robert Price (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1970) 

21 1977 Bill Nichols (quarter ending Mar. 30, 1971) (supplemental) 

1978 Bill Nichols. 

27 2119 John B. Anderson 

John D. Dingell 

Sam Gibbons 

William D. Hathaway... _ 

John C. Kluczynski 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr 

John Y. McCollister _ 

Stewart B. McKinney (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) (supplemental) 

David Pryor 

Albert H. Quie. 

Thomas M. Rees... _ 

John F. Seiberling (supplemental) 

W. S. (Bill) Stuckey, Jr 

J ohn Ware 

Oct. 5 2435 John Conyers, Jr. (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 

William D. Hathaway (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 

Joseph M. McDade 

Charles B. Rangel 

Donald W. Riegle, Jr... 

Charles W. Sandman, Jr. (supplemental) 

Roger H. Zion 

71-124—72 16 



$230.61 
198.80 
450. 00 
146.51 
450.00 
300. 00 
450. 08 
275.29 
401.91 

21.75 
246. 46 
300. 00 
300. 00 
450. 00 
315.36 
450. 00 
409. 84 
330. 10 
300. 00 

78.06 
300.00 

53.42 
343. 46 
351.78 
296.63 
359.07 
324.60 
300. 00 
270. 67 
438. 82 
292.13 
111.93 
231.77 
371.76 
450. 00 
440. 55 
339.64 
423. 30 
111.41 
110.27 
450. 00 
305. 36 
221.23 
336.70 
283. 52 
283. 39 
295.64 
231.34 

16.61 
168.09 
251.67 
141.68 
211.49 
133.20 
321.52 
300. 00 
300. 00 

20.00 
294. 54 
322.72 
257. 54 
359. 40 
324. 25 
252.78 
325.92 
214. 17 
185. 47 
310.69 
204.97 
450. 00 

29.90 
319.95 
169. 90 
300. 00 
295.00 
250. 82 
388. 30 

75.00 

80.47 
210. 76 



236 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for 
the quarter ending June 30, 1971 — Continued 



1971 
Oct. 12 2542 



13 2559 



22 2853 
26 2852 



27 
Nov. 1 


2871 
3060 


9 


3223 




3226 


18 
19 


3547 
3548 
3616 



26 3727 



Dec. 3 4039 



8 4173 

17 4455 

4466 



20 4488 
23 4758 

29 4954 
4955 

30 4970 



Congressman 

Glenn M. Anderson $349. 15 

Goodloe E. Byron _ 256.55 

Harold R.Collier 237.63 

W. C. (Dan) Daniel (supplemental) 22.00 

Charles B. Rangel (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971). 300.00 

Charles B. Rangel (supplemental). 31.67 

Edward P. Boland (supplemental) 39.69 

Frank E. Evans (supplemental) 3.50 

Mike McCormack (supplemental) 52. 50 

Dawson Mathis 157.04 

John Melcher 48.70 

John Myers 157.00 

D3vid R. Obey.... 427.48 

William A. Steiger (supplemental) 30.00 

Joe L. Evins __ 100.12 

James C. Cleveland (supplemental). _ 43.45 

Henry B. Gonzalez 216.18 

J. Kenneth Robinson (supplemental) _ 107.52 

J. Edward Roush (supplemental).. _.. 30.60 

Gus Yatron _. 6.30 

Guy VanderJagt 257.45 

John Conyers,Jr 350.76 

John L. McMillan (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1970) 20.00 

Charles Thone_ 101.60 

Robert O. Tiernan 376.44 

Manuel Lujan, Jr 264.37 

John L. McMillan 26.86 

Benjamin S. Rosenthal (supplemental) _ _. 261. 11 

Mendel J. Davis.... 189.40 

George A. Goodling.. 12.42 

Robert C. McEwen _. 283.07 

Glenn M. Anderson (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1970) 32.95 

Glenn M. Anderson (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1970)... 36.85 

Glenn M. Anderson (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 74.39 

Glenn M. Anderson _. 12.71 

William (Bill) Clay. 166.41 

Louis Frey, Jr (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 300.00 

Barry M. Goldwater, Jr 314.57 

Augustus F. Hawkins. 268.29 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr. (supplemental). 109. 95 

Peter N. Kyros (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 300.00 

William E. Minshail 354.75 

George E.Shipley (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 300.00 

Goodloe E. Byron (supplemental) 30.80 

Thaddeus J. Dulski 86.28 

John J.Duncan 298.00 

Charles A. Mosher --- - 237.57 

Teno Roncalio 100. 58 

Morris K. Udail... 450.00 

William L. Clay (quarter ending Dec. 31, 1970) 86. 16 

William L.Clay (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 94.87 

John G. Dow 29.46 

Burt L. Talcott 253.98 

Al Ullman 239.72 

David W. Dennis. -- 397.89 

Ronald V. Dellums (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 300.00 

Carl Albert ._ 133.89 

Tim Lee Carter (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 188.02 

Tim Lee Carter — 251.88 

John J. Duncan (supplemental).. - 3.37 

Marvin L. Esch (supplemental) 135. 38 

George Mahon (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971).. - 65.49 

George Mahon 64.50 

Abner J. Mikva (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971). 300.00 

AbnerJ. Mikva.. 276.59 

Chalmers P. Wylie 178.21 

Robert Price... -... - 335.25 

Parren J. Mitchell... -90 

Cornelius E. Gallagher (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 90. 15 

Cornelius E.Gallagher .--- 131.82 

William F.Ryan _ 450.00 

John M.Zwach (quarter ending Mar. 31, 1971) 229.38 

JohnM.Zwach.. - 203.51 

Refunds and adjustments.. ' (124.50) 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 128, 146. 47 



i Includes refund of $108.00 from Congressman Frank E. Ev3ns. 



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Date 



No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for the 
quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971: 

Congressman 

1971 ctoq i 37 

Sept.28 2147 Otto E. Passman - - - 393' 94 

Oct. 1 2361 Fred Schwengei - " 340' 85 

5 2434 Edward G. Biesterjr - - 410'78 

LawrenceCnughlin - - 257' 47 

Edwin D. Eshleman - - - " 997' fi? 

William D. Ford -- --- -- 14? 15 

William H.Harsha 21272 

Harold T. Johnson -- 450' 00 

N or ma n F. Lent - - one" nn 

Sherman P. Lloyd.. - — — ffi jg 

loseph G. Minish -- 35?' 42 

7 2487 Bill Chappell, Jr — - - -- 371' 79 

12 2540 Charles W. Sandman, J r --- 86 45 

13 2551 lulia Butler Hansen 349 " 12 

2551 Brock Adams - qsi'm 

loseph P. Addabbo Sr 52 

John M. Ashbrook 311 12 

Frank J. Brasco 4 IK 99 

William G. Bray - \fi M 

loel T Broyhill 450 00 

Philip M. Crane - — ??k'?3 

W. C.(Dan) Daniel - 272 99 

George E. Danielson 45000 

Robert F. Dtinan 345 ' gg 

Joshua Eilberg 337 94 

John N. Erlenborn - 450' 00 

Hamilton Fish, Jr 380 90 

Andrew Jacobs Jr 220.' 80 

Joseph E. Kartn g5 3i 

Phil M Landrum 366 ; 08 

Robert L. Leggett 43g 13 

K.Gunn McKay - 4S0' 00 

StewartB. McKinney 450'00 

G. V. (Sonny) Montgomery --- 450' 00 

John M. Murphy - 333 51 

Alexander Pirnie - 245' 70 

Melvin Price — - — 450 00 

Graham Purcell 77 25 

Howard W. Robison — j7g' 74 

John J. Rooney 3 g2~ 3 g 

William J. Scherle 231 55 

Keith G.Sebelius — 408 38 

John F. Seiberling... " 450' 00 

George E.Shipley 203*95 

Neal Smith -- 214' 44 

Tom Steed - 450 00 

Robert H.Steele - - " 430' 21 

William A.Sterger - - - 450' 00 

John H. Terry - - 245 56 

Larry Winn, Jr - 140*77 

Clement J. Zablocki... - 37008 

14 2560 Fred B. Rooney — - - 245'91 

2561 Seymour Halpern -- 54 " 2 i 

18 2565 George W. Andrews ,/gc 

John M. Ashbrook (supplemental) - 269'98 

William A. Barrett - 323 ' 94 

John A. Blatnik — - 307 26 

Edward P. Boland - - — 27671 

Wm.S. Broomfield.. 227 02 

Bill D. Burlison .... -- - ~ 2 l' 62 

James C.Cleveland (supplemental) - 29l' 95 

William R. Cotter.. ._ 26167 

Glenn R. Davis... 41772 

Edward J. Derwinski --- 205' 63 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn - — 222 52 

Frank E. Evans - 36101 

Walter Flowers - - 397' 04 

Joseph M.Gaydos 450'00 

Ella T. Grasso 328' 08 

James R. Grover, Jr — - - 157*49 

David N. Henderson - 40189 

Chet Holifield - --- 247' 60 

Abraham Kazen, Jr 317.' 84 

Dawson Mathis ^ qq 

Peter A. Peyser. 28044 

Paul G. Rogers - - -- 242' 74 

Earl B. Ruth - — 2 0'00 

John F. Seiberling (supplemental) - --- 163' 07 

William L. Springer - - 



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Date No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



1971 
Oct. 1812565 



2568 
20 2763 
27 2863 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for 
the quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971 — Continued 

Congressman 

Harley 0. Staggers $79.75 

James W. Symington 285.80 

Charles M. Teague 450.00 

Lester Wolff 450.00 

Wendell Wyatt 450.00 

GusYatron 264.73 

John Young 129.30 

Seymour Halpern (supplemental) 69.60 

Thomas G. Abemethy 35.39 

Nick Begich 396.35 

Edward P. Boland (supplemental). 20.46 

Richard Boiling... 332.47 

Jack Brinkley 353.20 

Goodloe E. Byron... 330.65 

James C.Cleveland 238.22 

Lawrence Coughlin (supplemental) 26. 15 

Eligio de la Garza 251.06 

O.C.Fisher — - 369.97 

Charles H. Griffin... 324.58 

Martha W. Griffiths 161.49 

James A. Haley - 175.61 

Orval Hansen 283.15 

James F. Hastings.. 315.64 

Wayne L. Hays 450.00 

Henry Helstoski 450.00 

John E. Hunt 255.91 

Lloyd Meeds. - 351.31 

Ralph H.Metcalfe 450.00 

William O. Mills 450.00 

F. Bradford Morse 450.00 

Thomas E.Morgan 40.32 

Thomas M. Pelly - 175.53 

J. J. Pickle 312.95 

Ogden R. Reid... - 450.00 

J. Kenneth Robinson. -... 225.97 

J. Kenneth Robinson (supplemental).. 21.62 

Robert A. Roe 440.96 

J. Edward Roush -- 229.25 

John H. Rousselot. 450.00 

B. F.Sisk.. 293.89 

Fletcher Thompson 323.41 

Jerome R. Waldie. .-.. 450.00 

Lawrence G. Williams 395.43 

John E. Moss 278.33 

LaMar Baker 384.80 

Page Belcher - 241.66 

Tom Bevill - — 357.09 

Jonathan B. Bingham ..-. 450.00 

Clarence J. Brown -- 313. 15 

James T. Broyhill 434.28 

J. Herbert Burke - 355.86 

Omar Burleson .--- 198.89 

Phillip Burton 236.49 

DelClawson... 173.34 

James M.Collins -- 450.00 

Pierre S. (Pete) du Pont .-.. 408.71 

Edwin D. Eshleman (supplemental) 35.80 

Frank E. Evans (su pplemental 3. 50 

O. C. Fisher (supplemental) - 6.50 

Edwin B. Forsythe — 450.00 

Donald M. Fraser 343.46 

Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen 302.91 

Bill Frenzel _ 365.80 

Edward A. Garmatz 191.44 

TomS. Gettys .- 207.52 

Edith Green.... - 320.00 

Durward G.Hall - 199.31 

LeeH. Hamilton - --- 450.00 

Orval Hansen (supplemental) - -- 61.06 

Elwood Hillis --- - 342.13 

James J. Howard -- 315.02 

William L Hungate - - 315.74 

Dan Kuykendall 450.00 

Mike McCormack 274.34 

K. Gunn McKay (supplemental) 11. 87 

John L McMillan. _ -. 275.73 

WilliamS. Mailliard 326.07 

Patsy T. Mink 360.21 

David R. Obey. 450.00 



Nov. 1 



2865 
3083 



239 



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 Sept. 30, 1971 — Continued 



1971 

Nov. 1 



Congressman 

3083 Edward J. Patten ._ $220.20 

W. R. Poage 117.37 

HenryS. Reuss... 221.24 

John M. Slack 188.76 

Robert T. Stafford _ - 91.55 

J. William Stanton 450.00 

James V. Stanton 299.38 

Roy A. Taylor 307.12 

Frank Thompson, Jr 136.02 

Charles E. Wiggins 434.67 

Bob Wilson 242.05 

3091 Ben B. Blackburn - 412.56 

3224 Frank Annunzio 280.16 

Ray Blanton 286.17 

John Brademas _ 263.87 

Charles J. Carney 384.0 

Silvio 0. Conte 323.50 

Mendel J. Davis __ 333.55 

John Dellenback 450.00 

Edwin W. Edwards. 371.90 

Dante B. Fascell 332.45 

George A. Goodling.. _ 314.29 

Richard T. Hanna — 390.91 

F. Edward Hebert 342.87 

Frank Horton ... 295.80 

Jack F. Kemp 322.69 

Carleton J. King 309.16 

Robert McClory 450.00 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt 366.05 

Spark M. Matsunaga. 419.28 

Romano L. Mazzoli. 277.15 

John Melcher 180.00 

Robert H. Mollohan 409.03 

JohnS. Monagan 292.54 

Morgan F. Murphy 299.88 

James H. (Jimmy) Quillen 450.00 

John R. Rarick 450.00 

J. Kenneth Robinson (supplemental) 38.95 

Benjamin S. Rosenthal 133.02 

Harold Runnels 450.00 

Fernand J. St Germain 450.00 

Paul S. Sarbanes - 450.00 

Herman T. Schneebeli - --- 293.50 

William Lloyd Scott 158.24 

Charles A. Vanik 217.01 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr - 192.63 

Charles W. Whalen, Jr.... - 271.80 

G. William Whitehurst _ 260.09 

Jim Wright 450.00 

Sidney R. Yates 374.18 

3240 Charles H. Wilson 422.11 

"3353 Bill Archer — 315.70 

Thomas L. Ashley. _ _. 257.04 

Herman Badillo 450.00 

Walters. Baring. _ 337.22 

Garry Brown 230. 67 

John N. Hapoy Camp - 69.55 

Elford A. Cederberg 47.04 

Charles E. Chamberlain — - 194.94 

Barber B. Conable.Jr 130. 67 

James J. Delaney 60.00 

John Dowdy 91. 59 

Thomas N. Downing.. 450.00 

Bob Eckhardt 302.40 

Jack Edwards.. 355.74 

John J. Flyntjr - - 386.42 

L. H. Fountain _ _. - 280.46 

Don Fuqua - 427.02 

Barry M. Goldwater, Jr - 450.00 

John Paul Hammerschmidt 191.45 

Floyd V. Hicks... __ 376.35 

Louise Day Hicks 120.60 

John Jarman _ 233.45 

Hastings Keith 440.11 

James A. McClure. 381.96 

James R. Mann 423.33 

Wiley Mayne - 245.61 

Robert H. Michel.... - - 305.89 

Claude Pepper 450.00 



240 



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 Sept. 30, 1971 — Continued 



1971 

Nov. 15 



Congressman 



3353 



19 3655 

3656 

22 3658 



OtisG. Pike 

Charlotte T. Rerd 

Donald W. Riegle, Jr _ 

Peter W. Rodino, Jr.. 

Benjamin S. Rosenthal (supplemental). 

Dan Rostenkowski 

David E. Satterfield III 

James H. Scheuer 

Garner E.Shriver 

Henry P.Smith III 

Samuel S. Stratton _ _ 

Leonor K. Sullivan 

Joseph P. Vigorito 

Nora M. Watts (executrix of the estate of John C. Watts). 

Jamie L. Whitten .... 

C.W. Bill Young 

Charles S. Gubser ...... 

John W.Wydler 

John B. Anderson 

William R. Anderson _ 

Mario Biaggi 

Hale Bnggs 

Frank T. Bow 

John W. Byrnes 

Bob Casey 

Shirley Chisholm . . 

Donald D. Clancy 

lames C. Corman 

Paul Fincilev 

Richard H. Fulton 

Robert N. Giaimo 

Kenneth J. Gray 

James Harvey _ 

Craig Hcsm°r 

Richard H. Ichord 

James Kee _ 

Clarence D. Long. _ _ 

Robert B. (8ob)~Mathias 

William E. Minshall 

William S. Moorhead 

William H. N*tcher 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr 

Jerry L. Pettis... 

Richardson Preyer __ 

Ray Roberts 

J. Edward Roush (supplemental). 

Edward R. Roybal 

Robert G. Stephens Jr... 

Louis Stokes 

Lionel Van Deerlin 

Richard C. White 

Dec. 3 4067 James A. Burke 

John Conyers, Jr 

Jorge L. Cordova. -. 

John W. Davis 

Samuel L. Devine.. 

John G. Dow.. 

John J. Duncan 

Don Edwards 

Joe L. Evins 

Gerald R. Ford 

Nick Galifianakis 

Michael J. Harrington 

Abraham Kazen.Jr. (supplemental).. 

William J. Keating.. _ 

Earl F. Landgrebe 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr... 

John J. McFall. 

George P. Miller 

Charles A. Mosher 

Lucien N. Nedzi 

James G. O'Hara 

Walter E. Powell 

Wm. J. Randall.. 

Thomas M. Rees 



$173.36 
450. 00 
450. 00 
244. 62 
254.44 
450. 00 
133.60 
450. 00 
2S1.55 
125.29 
167. 56 
119.65 
285.17 
215.00 

38.34 
391.45 
274. 43 
340.90 
282. 43 
450. 00 
450.00 
331.41 
346.69 
280.96 
301.90 
363.58 
299.40 
435. 53 
450. 00 
369.95 
258.06 
391.21 
171.62 
269.43 
284. 88 
450. 00 
450. 00 
450.00 
311.15 
204.21 

99.03 
326. 73 
387. 51 
255.33 
212.00 
153.00 
360. 09 
450. 00 
297. 49 
450. 00 
262. 51 
365.78 
403.30 
256. 11 
259.71 
241.90 
450. 00 
400. 60 
450. 00 
198.01 
227. 37 
450. 00 
450. 00 
123. 80 
413.20 
450.00 
426. 70 
142.08 
281.38 
214.77 
151.74 
450. 00 
450. 00 
95.25 
450.00 



241 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 



Reimbursement for official telephone service outside the District of Columbia for the 
quarter ending Dec. 31, 1971: 

Congressman 
1971 

Dec. 3 4067 Charlotte T. Reid - 5 ™"2I 

Teno Roncalio (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971). 136 .9b 

Philip E. Ruppe (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 419. 81 

John G. Schmitz (ouarter ending Sept 3G, 1971) 350. 32 

Robert L F. Sikes (quarter ending SeDt. 30, 1971).. --- 258. 03 

Joe Skubitz (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 294. 61 

Floyd D. Spence (quarter ending Sept. 30. 1971) — 307.45 

Sam Steiger (quarter ending Sept. 30 1971) - 450. 00 

Al Ullman (quarter ending Sept. 3C, 1971) 230. 94 

Guy Vander Jagt (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) »8.82 

8 4174 David W. Dennis (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 371- 89 

14 4368 Watkins M. Abbitt (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971).. — - - -- f50. 00 

Carl Albert (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 139.57 

Hugh L. Carey (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971).. 2?H; 

Harold R. Collier (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1S71) 259.72 

Dominick V. Daniels (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 219.92 

James M. Hanley (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) - - "3.0U 

Louise Day Hicks (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971). «;„5 

Chet Holifield _ 4d.9U 

Speedy O. Long\"qulrYerVndiVg"sVpYYo",T9"7Y)".""" 297.71 

Manuel Lujan, Jr. (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) H^'it 

John J. McFall (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) (supplemental) _ iii'it 

George Mahon (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) '"• 2b 

Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) Mizell (cnarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 272.33 

Albert H.Quie (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 202 . 89 

Charles B. Rangel (quarter end,ng Sept. 30, 1971) ™i ,r 

M.G. (Gene) Snyder (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 39/. 16 

John Ware (quarter ending Sept. 3G, 1971)... fC9 .45 

16 4426 Walter B. Jones (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) i,nno 

17 4477 John H. Buchanan (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) — - - 3 ^'?° 

23 4759 Parren J. Mitchell (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) b ° • b 3 

4760 Parren J. Mitchell .f 6 - 50 

29 4956 Cornelius E.Gallagher (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) ™H, 

30 4960 Otto E. Passman _ -- ™.4/ 

4972 Glenn M. Anderson (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) ---- — 219. 15 

Jack Brooks (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) i nc 'oi 

Tim Lee Carter (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) yu'qi 

Lawrence Coughlin. -- o-Jneo 

John D. Dingell (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) -- ^'?, 

Marvin L. Esch (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) •* 

Thomas S. Foley (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) »•" 

Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen -- ?'■" 

Louis Frey, Jr. (quarter ending Sept. 30,1971) - - - 25?" H« 

William J. Green (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) -- ,™ ,7 

Gilbert Gude (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) 224. 1/ 

Ken Hechler (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) ^ A 

John J. Rhodes (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971). • 

William F. Ryan (quarter ending Sept. 30,1971) «• " 

Frank A. Stubblefield (quarter ending Sept. 30, 1971) -- « ,n\ 

Refunds and adjustments 



(6.30) 



Total paid from 1972 appropriations 107, 155. 03 

OFFICIAL MEMBERS' TRANSPORTATION EXPENSES 

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: 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1971 

July 1 7 Bill Alexander 1st, Ark June 18-20, 1971 170.40 

NickBegich. _ At Large, Alaska May 26-31, 1971.... 659.60 

John Brademas 3d, Ind - May 7-9, 1971... 162.00 

JamesA. Burke 11th, Mass.... May 22-23, 1971 126.56 

Earle Cabell.. 5th, Tex. _ May 13-17, 1971 226.00 

Elford A. Cederberg 10th, Mich - June 18-20, 1971.. 111.00 

Barber B. Conable, Jr 37th, N.Y Apr. 30-May 3, 1971 70.32 

Do do . May6-9,1971 75.32 

Do""" " " do May 20-21, 1971. 74.32 

Do do June 4-7, 1971.. 74.32 

Do do . . . June 11-13, 1971 74.32 

Do do June 24-26, 1971 98.16 

George E. Danielson 29th, Calif June 10-14, 1971 400.96 

William L. Dickinson 2d, Ala May 21-23, 1971... 183.30 

Do do June 18-22, 1971 150.00 

Paul Findley 20th, III. Apr. 13-14, 1971 143-00 

Do do June 10-12, 1971 144.00 



242 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
43b and 43b— 1, as amended — Continued 





Congressman 


Congressional district Date 




1971 










July 1 


7 Gerald R. Ford 


. 5th, Mich 


June 18-19, 1971 


$134.40 




William D. Ford 


. 15th, Mich 


June 16-17, 1971. 


95.00 




Bill Frenzel 

Louis Frey, Jr 

Don Fuqua 


. 3d, Minn. 


June 5-10, 1971 


162.29 




. 5th, Fla 

. 2d, Fla.... 


June 10-13, 1971__ 


162. 04 




May 27-June 1,1971 


148. 00 




Barry M. Goldwater, Jr... 


. 27th, Calif 


June 17-20, 1971 


388. 00 




Richard T. Hanna 

James F. Hastings 


. 34th, Calif 

. 38th, N.Y... 


June 17-21, 1971 


388. 00 




June 18-21,1971 


105. 00 




William L. Hungate 

Richard H. Ichord 


. 9th, Mo 

. 8th, Mo 


June 4-8, 1971 


230. 16 




June 19-20, 1971 


192. 80 




Robert W. Kastenmeier. . 


_ 2d, Wis _. 


June 18-20,1971 


143. 00 




Abraham Kazen, Jr 


. 23d, Tex 


June 18-20,1971.. 


284.72 




Robert McClory 


. 12th, III 


May 17-18,1971 


107. 52 




Mike McCormack 


. 4th, Wash. 


June 10-15, 1971 


451. 12 




Dave Martin 


. 3d, Nebr__ 


June 10-13, 1971 


277.60 




Robert B. (Bob) Mathias. 


. 18th, Calif.. 


June 11-21, 1971 


388. 00 




Wiley Mayne 


. 6th, Iowa. 


June 18-20, 1971 


240. 80 




Thomas M. Pelly 


. 1st, Wash 


June 10-21,1971.... 


463. 40 




Walter E. Powell 


. 24th, Ohio 


1971 


750. 00 




Robert D. Price 


. 18th, Tex 


June 17-20,1971 


270. 24 




Graham Purcell ... 


. 13th, Tex 


Apr. 13-18, 1971 


252. 16 




Do 


do 


Aor.22-24, 1971 


252.16 




Tom Railsback 


_ 19th, III 


Apr. 7-10, 1971 


145.68 




Henry S. Reuss . .. .__ 


. 5th, Wis 


June 18-20,1971 


111.00 




Dan Rostenkowski. __ . 
William R. Roy 


. 8th, III 


June 11-15, 1971 


196. 70 




_ 2d, Kans 


Feb. 5-15,1971 


298. 28 




Do 


do 


Feb. 25-Mar. 1.1971 


298. 28 




Harold Runnels 


. 2d,M. Mex 


Feb. 10-17, 1971 


314.35 




Fred SchwengeL 


_ 1st, Iowa 


June 3-5, 1971 


155.88 




Tom Steed 


. 4th.0kla.* 


Jan. 10,1971 


111.37 




Do 


do* 


Mar. 7, 1971 


114.37 




Robert G. Stephens, Jr... 


. 10th, Ga 


Jan. 18-19,1971 


144.20 




Do 


do*.. 


Jan. 20, 1971 


72. 10 




Do 


do 


Feb. 23-Mar. 6, 1971 


149.98 




Do 


do* 


Mar. 21, 1971 


74.99 




Do 


do... 


May 6-10, 1971 


144. 20 




Do 


do 


June 4-14, 1971... 


149. 98 




John H. Terry 


. 34th, N.Y _ 


Jan. 22-25, 1971 


107.32 




Do... 


do 


Feb. 4-8, 1971 


91.88 




Do 


do 


Apr. 22-26, 1971 


76. 68 




Jerome R. Waldie 


. 14th, Calif 


Apr. 21-May2, 1971 


328. 00 




Larry Winn, Jr 


. 3d, Kans 


June2-3, 1971 


148. 00 




Wendell Wyatt 


. 1st, Oreg 


June 17-20, 1971. 


412.36 




Clement J. Zablocki 


_ 4th, Wis. 


Apr. 30-May2, 1971 


106.60 




Do _ 


do 


May 14-16, 1971.. 


113.60 




Do 


do 


May 27-31, 1971 


113.60 




Do._. 


do. 


June4-6, 1971 


128.60 


7 


115 John H. Rousselot 


. 24th, Calif 


June 20-25, 1971 


404. 32 


8 


142 Joe D. Waggonner, Jr 


. 4th, La 


Feb. 19-21, 1971 


209. 59 




143 Do 


do 


Apr 7-18, 1971 


263. 92 




144 Do... 


do 


._ Apr. 23-25, 1971. 


209. 59 




145 Do . 


do 


May 21-31, 1971 


218.00 


9 


161 LaMar Baker 


. 3d, Tenn 


June 25-27, 1971 


145.44 




Alphonzo Bell 


. 28th, Calif 


June 24-27, 1971 


388. 00 




Charles E. Bennett 


. 3d, Fla 


June 24-27, 1971 


113.00 




Tom Bevill 


. 7th, Ala 


Mar. 12-16,1971. 


103.50 




Do.. 


do 


Apr. 22-26, 1971 


107. 00 




John A. Blatnik 

John Brademas. _ 


. 8th, Minn 


... . June 26-27, 1971... 


216.00 




. 3d, Ind 


June 25-27, 1971.... 


153.00 




Wm. S. Broomfield 


. 18th, Mich 


June 25-26, 1971 


96.00 




Garry Brown 


. 3d, Mich 


_ May 12-16,1971 


145. 76 




Do 


do 


June 3-6, 1971... 


141.80 




Phillip Burton 


. 5th, Calif 


June 24-27, 1971 


399. 52 




Del Clawson. 


. 23d, Calif 


June 25-27, 1971.... 


400. 24 




John C. Culver... 


. 2d, Iowa 


June 18-21, 1971.. 


174.00 




Silvio 0. Conte 

Do 


1st Mass.* 


May 22 1971 


52.75 




do 


May 27-June 1, 1971 


91.80 




Do... 


.do... 


June 25-28, 1971... 


98.65 




John Dellenback 


_ 4th, Oreg 


June 10-14,1971 


388. 00 




Bob Eckhardt... 


. 8th, Tex 


June 4-7, 1971 


246. 00 




Ed Edmondson 


. 2d, Okla 


June 24-27, 1971 


206. 00 




John N. Erlenborn 

Thomas S. Foley 


. 14th, III.. 


June 17-22,1971.. 


132.00 




_ 5th, Wash 


June 25-27, 1971 


413.00 




Sam Gibbons... 


_ 6th, Fla 


June 17-22, 1971... 


175. 16 




Do.... 


do.... 


June 24-28, 1971... 


176. 00 



*One way. 



243 



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 Z U.b.U 
43b and 43b-l, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

Ju!y 97 9 161 Barry M. Goldwater, Jr.... 27th, Calif June 24-28 1971.. _ $310 00 

Charles H. Griffin 3d, Miss June 23-27, 1971... 178.00 

Charles S.Gubser 10th, Calif June 24-26, 1971... 414.40 

James M. Hanley... .. 35th, N.Y. .. - Apr 8-18, 971........... 93.96 

do:::: ::::::::::::d :::: :: June 25-27,1971...... n.% 

m. 00 

132.40 
174.24 



ElwoodHillis 5th, Ind — une 24-29, 97 

Chef Holifield 19th, Calif June 24-27 97 

William L. Hungate 9th, Mo. -- June 18-20, 1971 



106. 80 
106. 80 
106. 80 



Robert E.Jones... ..8th, Ala - - May 27-June 7 1971 

Carleton J. King... 30th, N.Y une 18-21 1971 17 80 

Dan Kuykendall 9th, Tenn.. ----- une 5-8 1971 122.00 

Peter N. Kyros 1st, Maine une 11-13.1971 - 143.64 

Speedy O.Long 8th, La.* - June 1, 197 — 87.60 

Romano L. Mazzoli 3d, Ky June 24-28 1971 60.82 

Ralnh H Metralfp 1st III --- May 23-27, 1971 J* t>- ou 

Ralph H. Metcalte - 1st, w. _.. June 24-27, 1971 146.60 

James G:6 ; Ha"ra;::::::::i2th, Mich..... May 3C 1. 1971-- - 

n n do June 17-18, 1971 

Do " do June 26-28, 1971 

Tom Railsback 19th, III.* ] U "f M 7 }™"" 340 00 

John J. Rhodes.... 1st, Ariz une 24-27, 1971..... 34U. UU 

Peter W.Rodino, Jr. 10th, N.J 971 --- '« 

TenoRoncalio.... At Large, Wyo - June 24-27 197 ... 266.32 

J. Edward Roush 4th, Ind.... June 18-21, 1971.... 158.0J 

Earl B. Ruth 8th, N.C.... - Feb. 10-15 1971 91-08 

n n do Mar. 12-14, 1971... aj-UB 

K— " —"do""" April 8-18, 1971... - 91.08 

So— do"::::::::::: :.: May e-io, 1971 bub 

do::: -^i^^W-,— |};g| 

165'. 60 
173.06 
369. 24 
215.00 

80.00 
105. 20 
316. 00 

72.50 
Leonor K.Sullivan... .. ^S:l^:":~:"::::::": Apr £l9, 23-26, May 20- 416.00 

John H.Terry 34th, N.Y Mar.'l6-18, 1971 103 68 

Vernon W. Thomson 3d, Wis June 25-26, 1971 - 164.80 

Morris K. Udall 2d, Ariz.... une 25-26, 1971 

AlUllman 2d,Oreg June 24-27, 1971 

Victor V.Veysey.. 38th, Calif June 10-20, 1971 

Bob Wilson 36th, Calif June 25-26, 1971 

Jim Wright 12th, Tex... June 18-20, 1971 

C.W.Bill Young 8th, Fla.. - June 10-14 1971 

189 JohnMelcher.... 2d, Mont May 20-23, 1971 -------- 

229 John H. Buchanan 6th, Ala May 22-J une 30, 1971 

248 James Abourezk.. 2d,S.Dak June 4-7 ,1971-- 278. 50 

r> d.i.i,„. u ni/io lune ?5-2fi. 1971 ^Uo. UU 

108. 00 
107. 50 
91.39 
70.00 
207.60 



5 do" June 24-28, 1971 

WilliamTsclieMe".. :.:... 7th, Iowa June 24-27, 197 1 — 

George E- Shipley 23d, III --- June 18-21, 1971... 

Richard G. Shoup 1st, Mont... June 17-20, 1971... 

Garner E. Shriver... 4th, Kans June 25-27 19/1. .. 

James V.Stanton 20th, Ohio J " ne , 4 „~y 9 7oVi~~ 

Robert H. Steele 2d, Conn May 18-27, 1971.-- 

Sam Steiger 3d, Ariz.... Apr. 29-May 2 ,1971 

Samuel S. Stratton 29th, N.Y... June 29-30, 1971 



425. 04 
434. 56 
398. 00 
242. 80 
132.00 
269. 88 
195.70 



Page Belcher 1st, Okla June 25-26, 1971 

Jack Brinkley 3d,Ga... i. une ,^S 7 ',W, " 

Tom S.Gettys 5th, S.C May 14-21 1971 ... 

Do do June 25-29, 1971... 

Ella T. G"ra"s"soV_V."."::::::"6t"h, Conn June 10-14, 1971--. 

F. Edward Hebert 1st, La — May 26-June i 6, 1971— 

William J. Keating 1st, Ohio.... June 4-7, 1971 - 81." 

J. J. Pickle 10th, Tex - June 24-28 971 255. 20 

Wm. J. Randall 4th, Mo.* June 30, 1971 "b. oi 

LouisStokes 21st, Ohio - June 4-6, 1971 8/. « 

BurtLTalcott..... 12th, Calif June 9-15, 1971 362.5b 

Robert O. Tiernan 2d, R.I — May 13-17 ,1971 - 



Do. .-do. June 17-21, 1971. — 114. 50 



Lionel Va"nDee7lin.":::::"37th,Cafif::::::--- - June 26-27 1971. 

Sidney R. Yates 9th, III May 20-24 1971 

Do do June 24-27, 1971. 

is 249 cari AibeVt::::::::::::.. §8, bwa.* — J . une JM;? 7 }^,-- 

Do do June 18-20, 1971. 

Alphonz"o"Beir_".".":::::::"28th, Calif.* June 30,1971 

George E. Danielson 29th, Calif.... - June 18-21, 1971. 

Frank E. Denholm 1st, S. Dak June 25-29, 1971. 

Donald M.Fraser... 5th, Minn.* June 24, 1971 

Richard H. Fulton 5th, Tenn... - June 17-21, 1971. 



320. 00 
117.00 
117.00 
111.00 
236. 32 
194. 00 
400. 96 
274.93 
151.33 
126.00 



*One way. 



244 

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 

1971 

July 15 249 Robert L. Leggett 4th, Calif June 14-17, 1971 $414.26 

David IN. Henderson 3d, N.C Mar. 12-15, 1971 79.80 

Do do Apr. 2-5, 1971 79.80 

Do do May 7-10, 1971 79.80 

Do do June 4-7, 1971 79.80 

Louise Day Hicks 9th, Mass Feb. 22-25, 1371 .. 86.00 

Do do Mar. 8-11, 1S71 86.00 

Do do Apr. 26-29,1971 86.00 

Do do May 13-16, 1971 86.00 

Morgan F. Murohy 3d, III _ June 13-18, 1971 196.58 

HenrvS. Reuss 5th, Wis June 25-27, 1971 108.00 

John J. Rhodes 1st, Ariz.* June 30, 1971 170.00 

Robert T. Stafford At Large, Vt Juna 10-13, 1971 127.92 

Charles A. Vanik 22d, Ohio June 18-20, 1971 - 80.00 

26 508 John B.Anderson 16th, III.* June 30, 1971 75.60 

John M.Happy Camp 6th, Okla Aor. 29-May 2, 1971 238.80 

David W. Dennis.. 10th, Ind Apr. 8-18, 1971 148.70 

Don Fuqua 2d, Fla Apr. 15-18, 1971 140.00 

Do do Apr. 29-May 2, 1971 148.00 

Ed Jones 8th, Tenn May 12-16, 1971. 116.00 

Do do June 9-15, 1971 213.00 

John C. Kluczynski 5th, III Apr. 1-7, 1971.. 124.00 

Do.... do May 13-17, 1971 192.88 

Do do June 21-24, 1971 132.00 

James A. McClure 1st, Idaho*... June 29, 1971.. 172.00 

John Y. McCollister 2d, Nebr Apr. 16-19, 1971.. 296.52 

W. R. Poage 11th, Tex Feb. 10-15, 1971 190.00 

Do do Apr. 4-7, 1971 195.00 

Do do May 27-31, 1971 202.00 

Do do June 4-8, 1971 204.00 

Philip E. Ruppe 11th, Mich June 16-19, 1971 200.66 

Do do* June 30, 1971... 117.60 

Robert G.Stephens, Jr.... 10th, Ga.* June 30, 1971 74.99 

Charles E.Wiggins 25th, Calif.* May 14, 1971 194.00 

30 735 Glenn M.Anderson 17th, Calif June 24-28, 1971 398.56 

JohnConyersJr 1st, Mich June 25-28, 1971 141.38 

Louise Day Hicks 9th, Mass _ June 17-21, 1971 84.00 

Delbert L. Latta 5th, Ohio May 28-31, 1971 128.50 

Jack H. McDonald 19th, Mich June 18-20, 1971... 150.06 

Lucien N. Nedzi 14th, Mich June 25-28, 1971 142.98 

Edward R. Roybal 30th, Calif May 20-24, 1971 388.00 

Fernand J. St Germain... 1st, R.I Apr. 22-27, 1971 105.60 

Do do.... _ May20-25, 1971 105.60 

Do do June 17-22, 1971 105.60 

Roy A. Taylor 11th, N.C June 4-6, 1971 87.40 

Charles Thone 1st, Nebr June 18-20, 1971 208.00 

Aug. 2 850 Ben B.Blackburn 4th, Ga May 15-19, 1971 164.02 

3 897 Marvin LEsch 2d, Mich Jan. 23, 1971.. 96.00 

Do _. do Mar. 20 21, 1971 96.00 

Do do Apr. 29-May 1, 1971 136.60 

Do ..do June 8-9, 1971 102.00 

Do do June 13-15,1971 102.00 

John Y. McCollister... ._ 2d, Nebr June 10-14, 1971 _. 156.00 

James V. Stanton 20th, Ohio... _ June 24-28, 1971 80.00 

Jerome R.Waldie 14th, Calif June 3-6, 1971 347.00 

Charles E.Wiggins.. 25th, Calif. Apr. 11-18, 1971 366.00 

5 955 Charles C. Diggsjr 13th, Mich.* June5,1971 48.00 

11 1066 James A. Burke 11th, Mass June 18-20. 1971 126.56 

Earle Cabell.... 5th, Tex.* June 27, 1971... 88.00 

David W. Dennis 10th, Ind June 24-28, 1971 101.88 

John J. Flynt.Jr. 6th, Ga... Jan. 22-25, 1971 165.34 

Do do. Feb. 12-17, 1971... 165.34 

Do ....do.. _. Mar.27-29, 1971 165.34 

Do.... do Apr. 7-11, 1971 165.34 

Do.. ..do.... May 14-17,1971.... 165.34 

Do.. do June2-6, 1971 _ 165.34 

Edith Green. 3d, Oreg. June 17-21, 1971 388.00 

John Meicher.. 2d, Mont.*... June 30, 1971.. 129.60 

Joseph P. Vigorito... 24th, Pa Jan. 22-25, 1971 92.04 

Do do Feb. 11-16, 1971 92.04 

Do do Mar.19-23, 1971... 92.04 

Do do Apr. 7-19, 1971.. 92.04 

Do do. May 13-17, 1971... 92.04 

Do do June 18-22, 1971 92.04 

Charles E. Wiggins 25th, Calif.* May 17, 1971. 194.00 

*One way. 



245 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



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 

1971 

Aug. 17 1195 Mark Andrews 1st, N. Dak Mar. 13-21, 1971 $208. 00 

Bob Bergland 7th, Minn June 4-7, 1971. 356. 76 

Ronald V. Dellums 7th, Calif... Mar. 11-15, 1971 386.00 

Do do Apr. 23-26, 1971.... 386.00 

Do" do May 13-17, 1971 408.00 

Do"" " do " June9-14, 1971 408.00 

David W. Dennis iotri, Ind. Apr. 30-May 2, 1971 104.52 

William D Ford . .. 15th, Mich May 14-June 28, 1971 95.00 

John Paul Hammer- 3d, Ark Jan. 22-Feb. 1, 1971 288.24 

SC Do idt do Feb. 15-27, 1971 288.24 

Do do Mar. 3-14,1971 288.24 

Do "do.I.I— Apr. 7-19, 137L 288.24 

Do do May 26-June 1.1971 288.24 

Do do June 24-28, 1971 288.24 

Sherman P. Lloyd 2d, Utah June 11-13, 1971... 325.00 

Ray J. Madden. 1st, Ind Apr. 9-18, 1971.... 174.30 

Do do May28-June2, 1971 174.30 

Do"" "" """ do June 23-28, 1971... 174.30 

Guy VanderJagt 9th Mich May 28-June 1, 1971.. 152.92 

Donald W.Riegle.Jr 7th, Mich May 7,1971 96.00 

Do ..do May 21-23, 1971.. 110.40 

Do""" do June 10-11, 1971 110.40 

Do"" .do... June 18-19, 1971.... 109.40 

23 1262 William (Bill) Clay 1st, Mo May 21-24, 1971 212.80 

Do .do June 11-15, 1971.. 212.80 

G. Elliott Hagan.... 1st, Ga Jan. 28-Feb. 1, 1971 153.46 

Do do Feb. 11-22, 1971 153.46 

Do"" do Mar. 18-22, 1971.. 153.46 

Do"" .. ..do Apr. 8-19, 1971 153.46 

Do" do May6-10,1971 153.46 

Do""" do May 27-June 1, 1971 153.46 

Margaret M. Heckler 10th Mass.... Mar. 11-15, 1971.... 130.60 

Do do. Apr. 7-19, 1971 130.60 

Do"" do May 27-June 1, 1971 130.60 

Do do.. June 10-14, 1971 130.60 

Robert L. Legeett 4th. Calif. May 14-18, 1971 414.26 

AbnerJ.Mikva 2d, III. _._ May 21-24, 1971.... 112.80 

Do .-do June 19-20, 1971 104.40 

Donald W. Rieglejr 7th, Mich. June 7-8, 1971. 110.40 

W. S. (Bill) Stuckey.Jr 8th, Ga Apr. 1-12, 1971. - 175.06 

Do .do May 7-9, 1971 175.06 

Do do June 17-21, 1971. - 175.06 

Guy VanderJagt.. 9th, Mich June 24-28, 1971.... 140.80 

31 1488 James Abourezk.... 2d,S.Dak June 25-27, 1971 293.50 

Leslie C.Arends 17th, III.. _ Jan. 13-15, 1971 - 142.16 

Do do Feb. 4-7, 1971... 148.08 

Do do Feb. 26-Mar. 2, 1971 142.16 

Do do Mar. 14-16, 1971. 142.16 

Do ...do Mar. 19, 1971 140.00 

Do do ._ Mar. 25-27, 1971 142.16 

Do do Mar. 31-Apr. 3, 1971 142.16 

Arthur A. Link 2d, N. Dak June 25-27, 1971. - 399.28 

Sept. 8 1730 John R. Rarick.. _. 6th, La May 27-30, 1971 177.00 

1731 Jerome R. Waldie. 14th, Calif... June 24-27, 1971.. 325.00 

9 1736 Lionel Van Deerlin 37th, Calif May 27-31, 1971 3^0.00 

14 1858 Paul Findley 20th, III May 20-22, 1971 128.00 

James Harvey 8th, Mich Feb. 10-14, 1971.. 117. 24 

Do do _. Mar. 11-12, 1971 - 117.24 

Do ..do. Apr. 2-3, 1971. 113.12 

Do do .. May 1-2, 1971 126.00 

Do "" " " .do June2-6,1971 167.08 

William D. Hathaway 2d, Maine Feb. 27-Mar. 1, 1971 145.00 

Do do Mar. 16-18, 1971. 118.00 

Do " do Apr. 12-18, 1971 141.00 

Do" "" do Apr. 29-May2, 1971 132.00 

Do" do .. .. May 9-10, 1971.. 112.00 

Do" do May 27-June 1, 1971 142.00 

Do"".; """ " .do June 5-6, 1971.. 103.00 

21 19741 Bill Nichols. 4th, Ala June 17-21, 1971 198.10 

1975 i Do do May 13-17, 1971 198.10 

2003J Leslie C.Arends... 17th, III Apr. 30-May 1, 1971 142.16 

Do do . May 27-29, 1971 150.16 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn. 3d, S.C— June 10-14, 1971 109.20 

Do . . .do June 26-30, 1971... 130.90 

Earl F. Landgrebe 2d, Ind. June 10-14, 1971 114.60 

Wendell Wyatt.. 1st, Oreg Apr. 8-12, 1971 319.86 

Clement J. Zablocki 4th, Wis Apr. 8-18, 1971 222.64 



246 

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 distric 


t Date 




1971 












Sept. 22 


2012 


Hastings Keith 


... 12th, Mass 


May'6-10, 1971.. 


$83. 20 


23 


2049 


John H. Buchanan 


... 6th, Ala 


June 26-27, 1971 


110.00 


28 


21 bU 


Hastings Keith. 


... 12th, Mass _ 


June 17-22, 1971 


83.20 


Oct. 1 


2413 


Lee H. Hamilton 


... 9th, Ind _ 


May 27-29, 1971 


112.00 






Do 


do 


June 10-13, 1971... 


112.00 






Delbert L Latta 


... 5th, Ohio 


June 11-13, 1971 


128. 50 






Do 


do 


June 19-20, 1971... 


128.50 






James W. Symington... 


... 2d, Mo 


May 6-10, 1971 


150. 00 


8 


2bl/ 


Harold R.Collier 


... 10th, III 


May26-June 1, 1971 


141.80 






Do. 


do 


June 4-7, 1971 


141.80 






Charles C. Diggs, Jr 


... 13th, Mich.* 


Apr. 19,1971 


45. 00 




2785 


James A. McClure... 
Wright Patman. 


... 1st, Idaho*' 


June 29, 1971 


28.00 


20 


... 1st, Tex 


May 1-15, 1971 


303. 84 






Jerry L. Pettis 


... 33d, Calif 


June 24-28, 1971 


388. 00 






Guy Vander Jagt 

Do... 


... 9th, Mich 


.. Jan. 13-15, 1971 


137.92 




do 


May 13-18, 1971 


116.60 


22 


2/92 


Tom Steed 


... 4th, Okla 


June 18-20 1971.. 


240. 74 


Nov. 1 


30b3 


Jack Brooks... 


... 9th, Tex 


Apr. 21-25, 1971 


232. 00 






Do 


do 


June 11-13,1971 


245. 00 






Edward R. Roybal... 


... 30th, Calif 


June 26-28, 1971 


310.00 






JoeSkubitz 


... 5th, Kans 


Jan. 28-30, 1971 


184.74 






Do 


do... 


Mar. 28-29,1971.. 


186. 07 






Do 


..do 


Apr. 23-24, 1971 


200. 47 






Do... _. 


do _ 


May 11-12, 1971 


138.40 






Do 


._ .do 


May 23-26, 1971 


212. 84 


2 


308/ 


Ben B. Blackburn... 


... 4th, Ga. 


Feb. 24,1971 


121. 00 




3088 


Do 


do 


Feb. 21-23, 1971 


121.00 




3089 


Do... 


__do 


Apr. 23-25, 1971 


121.00 




3090 


Do 


do 


Feb. 18-20,1971 


121.00 


3 


3166 


John J. Duncan 


... 2d,Tenn 


Apr. 7-18, 1971 


126. 24 






Do.... 


do 


May 27-June 1,1971 


126. 24 






Do 


do 


June 10-13, 1971 


126. 24 






William R. Roy 


.. 2d, Kans. 


Apr. 7-14, 1971 


298. 28 






Do 


do.... 


May 13-31,1971 


298. 28 






Do 


do.. 


June 25-28, 1971 


298. 28 


11 


3319 


Don H. Clausen 


... 1st, Calif 


May 27-31, 1971 


431.08 






Do 


do 


June 10-13, 1971. 


411.56 






Dawson Mathis 


... 2d,Ga 


Mar. 26-28, 1971 


136.40 






Do 


do 


Apr. 16-18,1971.... 


140. 96 






Do.. 


do 


May 7-8, 1971 


120.96 






Do 


do 


May 28-June 1,1971. 


122.40 






De 


do 


June 25-27, 1971 


125.40 






Sam Steiger 


... 3d, Ariz 


June 23-25, 1971... 


334. 00 


12 


3332 


Bill Chappell, Jr 


... 4th, Fla 


Nov. 5-8,1971 


226. 00 


16 


336/ 


David R. Obey 


... 7th, Wis 


._ Mar. 25-30, 1971 


151.00 




3368 


Vernon W. Thomson... 


... 3d, Wis... _ 


June 14-15, 1971. 


149.80 


18 


3612 


Silvio O. Conte 


... 1st, Mass.*.. 


June 3, 1971 


52. 75 






Do. __ 


.do* 


June 16, 1971. 


48.30 






Albert J. Mikva 


... 2d, III. __ 


May 7-8, 1971 


110.40 






William E. Minshall 


... 23d, Ohio 


Jan. 29-31, 1971... 


91.32 






Do.. 


do... _ 


Feb. 11-16, 1971 


91.32 






Do.... 


do 


Mar. 20-23, 1971 


91.32 






Do 


do 


.. Apr. 2-5, 1971... 


91.32 






Do 


do. 


May 1-3, 1971 


91.32 






Do 


..do 


.. June 25-28, 1971.. 


91.32 






Neal Smith 


... 5th, Iowa 


.. May 27-June 1, 1971 


272.64 






Floyd Spence 


... 2d, S.C... 


Jan. 14-18, 1971.. 


74.00 






Do 


do 


Jan. 22-25, 1971 


74.00 






Do 


do.. 


._ Jan. 29-Feb. 1, 1971 


74.00 






Do 


do 


. Mar. 5-8, 1971 


74.00 






Do. 


do 


Mar. 26-30, 1971 


74.00 






Do.. 


_ do 


.. May 7-10, 1971 


74.00 






Do _ 


do 


.. June 11-14, 1971. 


74.00 


26 


3/24 


Delbert L. Latta 


... bth, Ohio* 


June 25, 1971 


64.25 






Ancher Nelsen 

Claude Pepper 


... 2d, Minn 


. June 18-21, 1971.. 


161.60 




... 11th, Fla 


.. Feb. 25-28, 1971 


138.00 






Do 


do. 


.. June 18-21, 1971 _ 


146. 00 


Dec 14 


4320 


William G. Bray 


... 6th, Ind 


Mar.26-29, 1971 


119.08 






Do 


do 


Apr. 1-4, 1971 


10/. 08 






Do 


do 


May 13-17, 1971 


9/. 08 






Do.... 


do 


May 20-24, 1971... 


108.08 






Do 


do. 


June 10-14, 1971... 


108. 08 






Do 


do 


June 18-21, 19/1 


108.08 






Do.. 


do 


June 24-28, 1971 


108.08 






Do 


.do 


June 28-30, 1971 


119.08 



1 Supplemental'to voucher'No. 508. 
*One way. 



247 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date 



No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
43b and 43b— 1, as amended — Continued 



1971 
Dec. 14 



Congressman 



Congressional district 



Date 



4320 Charles C. Diggs, Jr 13th, Mich June 24-27, 1971. 



William Stanton. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do. 
Do_ 
Charles E. Wiggins. 



11th, Ohio Jan. 29-Feb. 1, 1971. 

do Feb. 11-15, 1971.... 

. .. do Apr. 23-26, 1971 

do May 26-June 1, 1971. 

... do June 25-28, 1971.... 

25th, Calif.... June 10-14, 1971 

Roger H. Zion". 8th, Ind Feb. 24-Mar. 1, 1971. 

Do do.. June 17-21, 1971 

15 4402 Edward Hutchinson 4th, Mich Feb. 26-28, 1971 

Do do Apr. 8-16, 1971 

Do ..do _ - Apr. 23-25, 1971 

Do -.do May 10-11, 1971 

Do do May 20-23, 1971 

4416 Harold R.Collier. 10th, III Jan. 22-26, 1971 

Garner E. Shriver... 4th, Kans Jan. 27-31, 1971 

Do do*. Mar.2,1971 

23 4750 Bill Alexander 1st, Ark May 28, 1971 

4751 Do do Mar. 19, 1971. 

4756 Alton Lennon 7th, NX. ..-- Feb. 10-17, 1971 

Do ....do Mar. 5-7,1971 

Do .. do _ Apr. 8-19, 1971 

Do ...do May 7-10, 1971 

Do do... May 27-June 1, 1971. 

Do do June 12-15, 1971 

James G. 6'Hara 12th, Mich May 6-7, 1971 

27 4762 John H. Buchanan 6th, Ala Mar. 12-28, 1971 

28 4809 Bill Archer... 7th, Tex.*.. Apr. 11, 1971 

Robert C. McEwen 31st, N.Y Mar. 26-29, 1971.... 

Do do May 14-18, 1971 

Do do June 4-7, 1971 

Do do - June 25-29, 1971 

Tom Railsback 19th, III May 30-June 2, 1971. 

Edward R. Roybal 30th, Calif -.. May 31-June 6, 1971. 

4810 John T. Myers 7th, Ind May 28-31, 1971 

Refunds and adjustments - --- 



$96. 00 

97.52 

97.52 

97.52 

97.52 

97.52 

388. 00 

96.85 

102. 85 

118.00 

170.87 

128.00 

126. 00 

117.00 

196.98 

180. 00 

193.20 

165.60 

168. 00 

87.72 

87.72 

87.72 

87.72 

87.72 

87.72 

100. 80 

119.00 

117.60 

113.04 

136.60 

124.36 

108.04 

153.68 

270. 00 

168. 00 

' (70. 55) 



Total paid from 1971 appropriations. - 74,931. 12 



July 10 191 

13 226 

14 235 

15 257 
19 344 



John Young 14th, Tex 

Charles H.Wilson 31st, Calif 

Bill Chappell, Jr 4th, Fla 

Otto E. Passman 5th, La 

John B. Anderson. 16th, III.* 

William R.Anderson 6th,Tenn 

Frank Annunzio 7th, III 

Bill Archer.. 7th, Tex 

Les Aspin 1st, Wis 

Walter S. Baring At Large, Nev. 

Alphonzo Bell 28th, Calif.*.. 

Charles E. Bennett 3d, Fla 

Wm.S. Broomfield 18th, Mich.... 

J. Herbert Burke 10th, Fla 

Omar Burleson 17th, Tex 

Bill D. Burlison 10th, Mo 

Phillip Burton 5th, Calif 

John N. Happy Camp 6th, Okla 

Del Clawson.. 23d, Calif 

James M. Collins 3d, Tex 

Barber B.Conable.Jr 37th, N.Y 

James C. Corman 22d, Calif 

Glenn R. Davis 9th, Wis 

Eligio de la Garza 15th, Tex 

Edward J. Derwinski 4th, III 

Robert F. Drinan 3d, Mass 

O. C. Fisher 21st, Tex 

Gerald R. Ford _. 5th, Mich 

Donald M. Fraser 5th, Minn 

Louis Frey, Jr 5th, Fla 

Richard H. Fulton 5th, Tenn 

Don Fuqua 2d, Fla_ 

Sam Gibbons 6th, Fla 

Do do 

Barry M. Goldwater, Jr... 27th, Calif 

Do .. ...do 



July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 
July 



10-11, 1971. 
1-7,1971— 
1-5,1971... 
1-6,1971... 

1,1971 

1-6,1971... 
9-10,1971.. 
2-5, 1971... 
1-6,1971... 
1-9,1971... 

5,1971 

8-11,1971.. 
4-5,1971... 
1-£,1971.__ 
2-4,1971 — 
1-6,1971... 
7-10,1971_. 
10-11, 1971. 
2-6,1971... 
8-11,1971.. 
8-12,1971.. 
1-10,1971.. 
1-6,1971... 
1-12,1971.. 
9-12,1971.. 
2-5, 1971... 

2,1971 

5-6,1971... 
1-6,1971— 
1-7,1971... 
1-7,1971.. 
2-7,1971... 
1-6,1971... 
8-12,1971.. 
l-€, 1971... 
8-11,1971.. 



276. 00 
540.11 
228.00 
265.68 

75.60 
190.32 
144.75 
249. 00 
115.04 
379. 00 
194. 00 
104.00 

96.00 
186.00 
254. 44 
233. 16 
399. 52 
240. 52 
322.24 
176.00 

98.16 
438. 00 
144.00 
352.98 
184. 42 
119.90 
253. 28 
141.60 
149. 00 
170. 00 
126. 00 
156. 00 
157.00 
176. 00 
388.00 
388. 00 



i Includes refund of $2.00 from Congressman Clement J. Zablocki; 
$62.55 from Congressman Spark M. Matsunaga. 
* One way. 



i.OO from Congressman Victor V. Veysey; and 



248 



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 



1971 
July 19 



Congressman 



Congressional district 



344 



345 
20 376 
22 469 
29 688 



Henry B. Gonzalez 20th, Tex 

Edith Green 3d, Oreg 

James A. Haley 7th, Fla 

Durward G. Hall 7th, Mo 

Lee H. Hamilton 9th, Ind 

Augustus F. Hawkins 21st, Calif 

Floyd V. Hicks 6th, Wash ... 

Frank Horton 36th, N.Y 

Craig Hosmer 32d, Calif 

Harnld T. Johnson 2d, Calif 

Abraham Kazenjr 23d, Tex 

John Kyi 4th, Iowa 

lohn J. McFall 15th, Calif 

Torbert H. Mcdonald 7th, Mass 

William S. Mailliard 6th, Calif.*... 

Do do....... 

James R. Mann. 4th, S C . 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias... 18th, Calif.... 

Lloyd Meeds.. __ 2d, Wash 

Ralph H. Metcalfe 1st, III 

JohnS. Monagan 5th, Conn 

William H. Natcher _. 2d, Ky 

Carl D. Perkins 7th, Ky 

Wm. J. Randall... 4th, Mo 

Charlotte T. Reid 15th, III 

HenrvS. Reuss 5th, Wis 

Do.. do 

John J Rhodes 1st, Ariz.* 

Teno Roncalio At Large, Wyo. 

John G. Schmitz. 35th, Calif 

Fred Schwengel... 1st, Iowa 

Richard G. Shoup 1st, Mont 

Robert G. Stephens, Jr 10th, Ga.* 

Charles M. Teague 13th, Calif 

Vernon W. Thomson 3d, Wis 

Richard C. White 16th, Tex 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr 4th, La._ 

Julia Butler Hansen. 3d, Wash 

George W. Andrews 3d, Ala 

Bob Bergland 7th, Minn 

Hale Boggs. 2d, La 

Richard Boiling 5th, Mo 

John Brademas 3d, Ind... 

Patrick T. Caffery 3d, La 

James C. Cleveland... .. 2d, N.H 

Philip M. Crane 13th, III 

John Dellenback... 4th, Oreg 

Frank E. Evans 3d, Colo 

Dante B. Fascell 12th, Fla 

Louis Frey, Jr . . 5th, Fla 

Sam Gibbons.. 6th, Fla .. 

Martha W. Griffiths.. 17th, Mich 

Augustus F. Hawkins 21st, Calif 

Chet Holifield 19th, Calif 

Robert W. Kastenmeier... 2d, Wis 

Do do 

Jack F. Kemp... 39th, N.Y 

Phil M. Landrum... 9th, Ga... 

Robert McClory. 12th, III 

James A. McClure... . 1st, Idaho* 

Jack H. McDonald 19th, Mich 

Dave Martin 3d, Nebr 

Spark M. Matsunaga 1st, Hawaii 

Wilbur D. Mills. 2d. Ark 

J. J. Pickle 10th, Tex 

W. R. Poage 11th, Tex 

Do do .. 

Henry S. Reuss 5th, Wis 

Philip E. Ruppe 11th, Mich.*... 

Robert L. F. Sikes 1st, Fla._ 

Roy A. Taylor. 11th, N.C 

Frank Thompson, Jr 4th, N.J 

Charles Thone.. 1st, Nebr 

William C. Wampler 9th, Va 

Charles E. Wiggins 25th. Calif 



Date 

. July 9-11, 1971 

. July 3-7, 1971 

. July 1-6,1971 

_ July 1-6,1971 

. July 1-5,1971 

. July 1-5,1971 

. July 1-6,1971 

. July 1-3,1971 

. July 1-6, 1971.. 

. July 1-6, 1971 

. July 1-5,1971 

. July 1-5,1971 

. July 2-5, 1971 

. July 2-6, 1971 

. July 2, 1971 

. July 6, 1971 

. July 1-13, 1971 

. July 1-6, 1971 

_ July 2-6, 1971 

. July 8-11, 1971 

. July 8-11, 1&/1 

. July 9-10, lf-71 

. July 2-5, 1971 

. July 10-11, 1971 

. July 9-11, 1971 

. July 2-5, 1971 

. July 8-11, 1971 

. July 6, 1971... 

. July 1-5, 1971 

. July 8-11, 1971 

. July 1-5, 1971 

. July 2-5, 1971 

. July 5, 1971. 

. July 2-6, 1971.. 

. July 9-11, 1971 

. July 1-4, 1971 

. July 1-5, 1971 

July 2-18, 1971 

. July 1-7, 1971 

. July 1-6, 1971 

. July 15-17, 1971 

. July 9-10, 1971 

. July 16-18, 1971 

. July 1-11, 1971 

. July 8-12, 1971 

. July 16-19, 1971 

. July 1-5, 1971. 

. July 10-12, 1971 

. July 15-18, 1971 

. July 16-18, 1971 

. July 15-19, 1971 

. July 15-19, 1971 

. July 15-18, 1971 

. July 14-19, 1971 

. July 2-4, 1971 

. July 17-18, 1971 

July 9-11, 1971 

July 15-19, 1971 

July 10-12, 1971 

July 6, 1971.. 

July 1-5, 1971 

July 15-18, 1971 

July 3-12, 1971 

June 30-July 5, 1971. 

July 8-12, 1971 

July 1-5, 1971.. 

July 9-11, 1971 

July 16-18, 1971 

July 11, 1971. 

July 1-10,1971. 

Jujy 11-12,1971 

1971 

July 9-11, 1971 

July 15-19, 1971 

July 1-5, 1971 



$258. 00 
388. 00 
183. 94 
294. 50 
156. 86 
398. 00 
388. 00 
95.88 
402. 00 
359.30 

248. 00 
268. 66 
388. 00 
131.44 
194. 00 
194. 00 
127.06 
388. 00 
398.80 
146.60 

94.86 

94.00 
135.48 
136.51 
145.40 
110.00 
110.00 
170. 00 
240. 32 
403. 60 
154.88 
363. 84 

74.99 
388. 00 
164.80 
247. 00 
232. 60 
410.44 
205. 92 
391.24 
204. 84 
198.40 

96.00 

249. 20 
110.80 
104. 40 
388. 00 
285. 00 
198.64 
170.00 
176.00 

96.00 
398. 00 
388. 00 
164. 00 
148.00 

89.28 
126.00 
107.52 
200. 00 
150.06 
315.00 
711.48 
178.00 
255.20 
202. 00 
204. 00 
110.00 
113.40 
238. 08 

87.40 
750. 00 
208. 00 

96.60 
388. 00 



•One way. 



249 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date 



No. 



MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 



Amount 



Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
43b and 43b— 1, as amended — Continued 



1971 
July 29 



Aug. 2 



Congressman 

683 Charles H. Wilson 

Jim Wright 

Sidney R. Yates 

851 Ben B. Blackburn 

913 Brock Adams 

Frank Annunzio 

Bill Archer 

James C. Corman 

John W. Davis 

John Dellenback 

Thomas S. Foley 

William D. Ford 

Donald M. Fraser 

Bill Frenzel 

Tom S. Gsttys 

Sam Gibbons 

Barry M. Goldwater, Jr 

Kenneth J. Gray 

Orval Hansen 

Harold T. Johnson 

John Y. McCollister 

K. Gunn McKay 

lames D. (Mike) 

McKsvitt. 
William S. Mailliard 

Do 

Wiley Mayne 

Wilbur D. Mills 

James G. O'Hara 

Carl D. Perkins... 

Robert Price 

Albert H. Quie 

Charlotte T". Reid 

Ogden R. Reid 

Frank A. Stubblefield 

Wendell Wyatt 

C. W. Bill Young. 

5 954 Charles C. Diggs, Jr 

13 1163 Julia Butler Hansen. 

17 1177 Thomas G. Abernethy 

Wayne N. Aspinal I 

LaMar Baker 

Alphonzo Bell 

John A. Blatnik.. 

Donald G. Brotzman 

Do 

Omar Burleson 

Patrick T. Caffery 

Harold R. Collier 

John Conyers, Jr.. 

Philip M. Crane.. 

David W. Dennis 

John Dowdy 

Ed Edmondson.. 

Jack Edwards 

Do 

Marvin L. Esch 

Dante B. Fascell... 

John J. Flynt, Jr 

Donald M. Fraser.. 

Edward A. Garmatz 

David N. Henderson 

Richard H. Ichord 

Robert E. Jones.. 

Walter B. Jones 

Robert W. Kastenmeier 

Abraham Kazen.Jr 

Carleton J. King 

Dan Kuykendall 

James R. Mann 

Romano L. Mazzoli 

John Melcher 

G. V. (Sonny) Montgomery. 



Congressional district 



31st, Calif. 
12th, Tex__ 
9th, III.... 

4th, Ga 

7th, Wash. 
7th. III.... 
7th, Tex... 
22d, Calif.. 
7th, Ga.... 
4th Oreg.. 
5th, Wash. 
15th, Mich. 
5th, Minn.. 
3d, Minn.. 
5th, S.C... 

6th, Fla 

27th, Calif. 
21st, III... 
2d, Idaho.. 
2d, Calif... 
2d, Nebr__ 
1st, Utah.. 
1st, Colo.. 



6th, Calif.* 
....do*... 
6th, Iowa.. 
2d, Ark... 
12th, Mich. 
7th, Ky..._ 
18th, Tex._ 
1st, Minn.. 
15th, III... 
26th, N.Y.. 
1st, Ky.... 
1st, Oreg.. 
8th. Fla... 
13th, Mich. 
3d, Wash.*. 
1st, Miss.. 
4th, Colo.. 
3d, Tenn_. 
28th, Calif. 
8th, Minn.. 
2d, Colo... 
....do.... 



17th, Tex. 
3d, La..... 
10th, III.. 
1st, Mich.. 
13th, III... 
10th, Ind. 
2d, Tex... 
2d,Okla._ 
1st, Ala... 
....do... 
2d, Mich.. 
12th, Fla.. 
6th, Ga... 
5th, Minn. 
3d,Md... 
3d,N.C... 
8th, Mo... 
8th, Ala... 
1st, N.C... 
2d, Wis... 
23d, Tex. _ 
30th, N.Y.. 
9th, Tenn. 
4th, S.C... 
3d,Ky... 
2d, Mont.* 
4th, Miss. 



Date 

uly 14-20, 1S71. 
uly 9-10, 1971.. 
uly 8-11, 1971.. 
uly 23-31, 1971. 
uly 1-4,1971.... 
uly 23-24, 1971. 
uly 22-24, 1971. 
uly 22-26, 1971. 
uly 14-15,1971. 
uly 22-26, 1971. 
uly 9-11, 1971 . 
uly 23-26. 1971. 
uly 8-12, 1971 . 
uly 23-25, 1971. 
uly 9-11, 1971.. 
uly 22-26, 1971. 
uly 16-19. 1971. 
uly 1-5, 1971... 
uly 22, 1971.... 
uly 25-26, 1971. 
uly 3-12, 1971.. 
uly 1-6, 1971... 
uly 22-26, 1971. 



uly 
uly 
uly 
uly 
uly 
uly 
uly 
uly 
uly 
971 
uly 
uly 
uly 
uly 
lug. 
uly 
uly 
uly 
uly 
uly 
uly 
uly 
uly 
uly 
uly 
uly 
Aug. 
uly 
971 
uly 
uly 
uly 
uly 
uly 
uly 
uly 
971 
uly 
uly 
uly 
971 
uly 
uly 
uly 
uly 
uly 
uly 
uly 
uly 



22, 1971... 
26,1971... 
2-11, 1971. 
22-26,1971. 
26,1971.... 
15-19, 1971. 
16-18, 1971. 
15-18, 1971. 
23-25, 1971. 



1-13,1971. 

22-26,1971 

23-25, 1971. .. 

31, 1971 

5, 1971 

29-Aug. 3, 1971. 
30-Aug. 1, 1971. 

1-7, 1971 

29-Aug. 1, 1971. 

23-26, 1971 

22-25, 1971 

30-Aug. 1, 1971. 

23-26, 1971 

21-26,1971 

1-6, 1971. 

23-28, 1971 

1-2, 1971 

31-Aug. 2, 1971. 



31-Aug. 2, 1971. 

2-6, 1971 

31-Aug. 2. 1971. 

15-17, 1971 

31-Aug. 1, 1971. 

10-12,1971 

17-19,1971 



1-6, 1971... 
23-25, 1971. 
1-11, 1971.. 



31-Aug. 1, 1971. 

22-25, 1971 

9-12, 1971 

8-12, 1971 

22-27, 1971 

15-19, 1971 

11, 1971. 

23-28, 1971 



$388. 00 
242. 80 
102.00 

164. 02 
403. 00 
144.75 
236. CO 
408. 00 

98.00 
388. 00 
373.00 

95.00 
149.00 
155.60 
107. 50 
176.00 
388. 00 
216.88 
349. 25 
399. 75 
156.00 
270.80 
264.00 

194.00 
194.00 
200.40 
178.00 
106.80 
135.48 
270.24 
166.16 
145.40 
750. 00 
208. 32 
415.36 
170.00 
48.00 
206. 24 
224. 88 
317.00 
145.44 
388. 00 
232. 00 
271.20 
271.20 
254. 44 
184. 00 
141.80 
141.38 
104. 40 
105.48 
750. 00 
206. CO 
252.60 
136. 00 
136.60 
198.64 

165. 34 
149.00 
750.00 

79.80 
192. 80 
174. 24 
750. 00 
148. 00 
248.00 
117.80 
227. 88 
127.06 
160.82 
129.60 
144.00 



"One way. 



250 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM C0NT8NGENT 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 



1971 
Aug. 17 1177 



1180 
1197 



18 1199 

19 1243 

23 1259 

24 1265 



25 1312 

26 1357 
30 1396 

Sept. 2 1674 



Congressman 



Congressional district 



Alexander Pirnie 32d, N.Y.. 

Melvin Price 24th, III.. 

Do do... 

David Pryor 4th, Ark.. 

Henry S.Reuss 5th, Wis.. 

Dan Rostenkowski 8th, III... 

Keith G. Sebelius 1st, Kans. 

Do do... 

George E.Shipley 23d, III... 

Charles M. Teague 13th, Calif 

Victor V. Veysey 38th, Calif 

Sidney R.Yates 9th, III... 

Otto E. Passman 5th, La... 

Wm. S. Broomfield 18th, Mich 

Bob Casey 22d,Tex_. 

George E. Danielson 29th, Calif 

Eligio de la Garza 15th, Tex. 

David W. Dennis 10th, Ind. 

John N. Erlenborn 14th, III.. 

Donald M. Fraser 5th, Minn. 

Sam Gibbons 6th, Fla_ . 

Ella T.Grasso.. 6th, Conn. 

Charles H. Griffin 3d, Miss.. 

John Paul Hammer- 3d, Ark... 
schmidt. 

John Jarman... 5th, Okla. 

PhilM.Landrum 9th,Ga.._. 

Sherman P.Lloyd 2d, Utah.. 

Ray J. Madden 1st, Ind.. 

Morgan F. Murphy 3d, III 

Carl D. Perkins 7th, Ky._. 

Albert H.Quie 1st, Minn 



Date 

uly 2-11, 1971 

uly 1-6, 1971 

uly 16-17, 1971..... 

uly 22-24, 1971 

uly 22-26, 1971 

uly 22-26, 1971 

uly 15-18, 1971 

uly 22-25, 1971 

uly 1-6, 1971 

uly 23-27, 1971 

uly 8-11, 1971 

uly 1-6,1971 

Aug. 5-16, 1971 

Aug. 6-9, 1971 

uly 22-26, 1971 

July 22-26, 1971.... 
uly 31-Aug. 2, 1971. 

uly 15-18, 1971 

uly 30-Aug. 1, 1971. 

uly 22-26, 1971 

uly 31-Aug. 2, 1971. 

uly 15-19, 1971 

Aug. 2-4,1971 

uly 1-7, 1971 



Dan Rostenkowski 8th, III. Aug. 1-6, 1971 



uly 22-25, 1971 

uly 30-Aug. 3, 1971. 

uly 22-25, 1971 

uly 2-6, 1971 

uly 12-16,1971 

uly 31-Aug. 1,1971. 
uly 30-Aug. 1, 1971. 



uly 30-Aug. 2,1971. 

Aug. 6, 1971... 

uly 22-25, 1971 



Philip E. Ruppe 11th, Mich. 

Robert G. Stephens, Jr 10th, Ga.*_ 

LouisStokes 21st, Ohio. 

William C. Wampler 9th, Va.* Aug. 1, 1971 

Do do* Aug. 5, 1971 

Jamie L. Whitten 2d, Miss Aug. 1-3, 1971 

Bill Chappell, Jr 4th, Fla... Aug. 6-10, 1971 

John Young 14th, Tex. Aug. 11-18 1971 

JohnS. Monagan... _ 5th, Conn.... Aug. 6-16, 1971 

Mark Andrews 1st, N. Dak July 30-Aug. 2, 1971. 

Charles E. Bennett 3d, Fla Aug. 7-11, 1971 

William (Bill) Clay 1st, Mo _ July 16-20, 1971 

Edward J. Derwinski 4th, III Aug. 6-13, 1971 

Don Fuqua 2d, Fla Aug. 5-11, 1971 

Kenneth J. Gray.. 21st, III Aug. 6-9, 1971 

G. Elliott Hagan 1st, Ga._ July 3-7, 1971 

Do -do. July 30-Aug. 2, 1971. 

Margaret M. Heckler 10th, Mass July 1-6, 1971 

Craig Hosmsr 32d, Calif.* Aug. 6, 1971. 

William L. Hungate 9th, Mo Aug. 7-12, 1971 

Robert L. Leggett 4th, Calif July 2-6, 1971 

Do do Aug. 6-10, 1971 

Lloyd Meeds 2d, Wash.... Aug. 8-17, 1971 

Abner J. Mikva 2d, III... July 4-5, 1971 

Tom Railsback 19th, III July 31-Aug. 2, 1971. 

Wm. J. Randall 4th, Mo.* Aug. 5, 1971 

J. Edward Roush.. 4th, Ind July 16-13, 1971 

William A.Steiger 6th, Wis July 4-5, 1971 

Guy Vander Jagt 9th, Mich. July 15-19, 1971 

Richard C. White 16th, Tex Aug. 8-13, 1971 

Bob Wilson 36th, Calif.. Aug. 5-6, 19/1 

Robert F. Drinan.. 3d, Mass Aug. 7-11, 1971 

John H. Rousselot.. 24th, Calif July 5-Aug. 6, 1971.. 

John Buchanan 6th, Ala. Aug. 7-28, 1971 

James Abourezk 2d, S. Dak July 22-25, 1971.... 

John B. Anderson 16th, III Aug. 15-16, 1971.... 

Walters. Baring At Large, Mev Aug. 10-22, 1971.... 

Page Belcher.. 1st, Okla Aug. 2, 1971 

Jackson E. Betts 8th, Ohio Aug. 6-23, 1971 

John W. Byrnes 8th, Wis.* Aug. 8, 1971 

George E. Danielson 29th, Calif - Aug. 6-20, 1971 

Donald M. Fraser 5th, Minn.* - Aug. 5, 1971 



$101.50 
211.56 
157.00 
178.00 
110.00 
196.70 
354. 24 
354. 24 
173.06 
388. 00 
417.56 
102.00 
265. 68 

96.00 
197.20 
400. 96 
280. 80 
103.80 
117.00 
149. 00 
176. 00 

70.00 
178. 00 
288. 24 

227.20 
126. 00 
325. 00 
174. 30 
196. 58 

76.00 
183.20 
196. 70 
219. 20 

74.99 

81.92 

48.30 

48.30 
177.60 
228. 00 
282. 00 

94.86 
247.20 
113.00 
212.80 
184.42 
230. 76 
216.88 
153.46 
153.46 
130. 60 
201.00 
132.40 
414.26 
414.26 
320. 80 
119.40 
153.68 
136.51 

82.00 
161.00 
143.92 
260. 00 
398. 00 

97.90 
732. 80 
195.70 
296. 00 
151.20 
450. 40 
206. 00 
124.14 

88.50 
400. 96 

95.40 



*One way. 



251 

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 

1971 

Sept. 2 1674 Charles S. Gubser 10th, Calif Aug. 8-19, 1971 $414.40 

Augustus F. Hawkins 21st, Calif Aug. 15-18, 1971 400.00 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr 11th, Ind Aug. 6-17, 1971 147.50 

William J. Keat ; ng 1st, Ohio July 9-12, 1971 92. 52 

Do do Aug. 3-4, 1971 81.52 

Robert McClory 12th, III July 30-Aug. 1, 1971 107.52 

James G. O'Hara 12th, Mich- Aug. 14-15, 1971 106.80 

Al Ullman 2d, Oreg Aug. 7-13, 1971 458.56 

Charles E. Wiggins 25th, Calif.* Aug. 7, 1971 350.09 

Larry Winn, Jr 3d, Kans July 22-25, 1971 163.95 

1701 Bill Archer. 7th, Tex Aug. 6-14, 1971. 249.20 

8 1721 John E. Moss 3d, Calif Aug. 6-Sept. 7, 1971 422.60 

9 1735 Hale Boggs.... 2d, La Aug. 25-27, 1971 194.84 

John Brademas 3d, Ind Aug. 6-9, 1971 170.00 

Wm. S. Broomfield 18th, Mich Aug. 26-27, 1971 96.00 

James A. Burke 11th, Mass July 2-5, 1971 126.56 

Do do Aug. 7-22, 1971 126.56 

Omar Burleson 17th, Tex.. Aug. 5-22 1971 397.44 

Bill D. Burlison... 10th, Mo Aug. 6-Sept. 2, 1971 233. 16 

Barber B. Conable, Jr 37th, N.Y .... Aug. 6-29, 1971 98. 16 

Glenn R. Davis 9th, Wis Aug. 6-31, 1971 227.64 

Joshua Eilberg 4th, Pa 1971 750.00 

Thomas S. Foley 5th, Wash July 31-Aug. 1, 1971 363.00 

Barry M. Goldwater, Jr.... 27th, Calif.* _.__ Aug. 1, 1971 194.00 

James A. Haley 7th, Fla Aug. 16-26, 1971 184.27 

Durward G. Hall 7th, Mo Aug. 6-30, 1971 294.50 

Orval Hansen... 2d, Idaho... Aug. 6-30, 1971 574.51 

JohnJarman 5th, Okla Aug. 13-25, 1971.. 227.20 

Robert E. Jones 8th, Ala Aug. 6-30, 1971 174.24 

Robert W. Kistenmeier... 2d, Wis Aug. 21-29. 1971 164.00 

Jack F. Kemp 39th, N.Y.* Aug. 6, 1971 44.64 

Dan Kuykendall 9th, Tenn Aug. 12-18, 1971 227.88 

Peter N. Kyros 1st, Maine Aug. 19-Sept. 5, 1971 143.64 

John J. McFall 15th, Calif _. Aug. 14-28, 1971 310.00 

Do do Aug. 30-Sept. 1, 1971 388.00 

Romano L. Mazzoli 3d, Ky July 29-Aug. 2, 1971 160.82 

John Melcher 2d, Mont July 15-Aug. 20, 1971 397. 72 

Thomas E. Morgan 26th, Pa 1971 750.00 

John R. Rarick 6th, La... July 31-Aug. 1, 1971 200.00 

Donald W. Riegle, Jr 7th, Mich July 4, 1971 99.40 

James V.Stanton 20th, Ohio July 1-6, 1971 72.00 

Robert H. Steele 2d, Conn July 1-6, 1971 90.00 

Do do July 15-19, 1971 90.00 

Samuel S. Stratton 29th, N.Y Aug. 24-31. 1971 116.74 

Charles M.Teague.. 13th, Calif Aug. 6-24, 1971 349.00 

Vernon W. Thomson 3d, Wis Aug. 7-28, 1971.. 244.14 

Al Ullman 2d, Oreg Aug. 20-27, 1971 432. C4 

Charles W. Sandman, Jr.. 2d, N.J 1971 750.00 

Julia Butler Hansen 3d, Wash.* Sept. 3, 1971.... 204.20 

Bill Chappell, Jr 4th, Fla... Sept. 1-7, 1971.. 228.00 

George Andrews 3d, Ala Aug. 6-Sept. 6, 1971 _. 205.92 

Wiley Mayne 6th, Iowa July 16-25, 1971 236.60 

Brock Adams 7th, Wash Aug. 16-26, 1971 403.00 

William R. Anderson 6th, Tenn Aug. 5-9, 1971 190.32 

Tom Bevill 7th, Ala Aug. 6-Sept. 3, 1971.. 169.48 

Jack Brinkley 3d, Ga July 16-19, 1971 108.00 

Do... .do Aug. 6-Sept. 8, 1971.. 108.00 

Del Clawson 23d, Calif.*... Sept. 7, 1971 200.12 

Jack Edwards 1st, Ala Aug. 29-Sept. 7, 1971 252.60 

Frank E. Evans... _. 3d, Colo Aug. 8-22, 1971 306.00 

Paul Findley 20th, III. July 1-5, 1971 128.00 

O. C. Fisher 21st, Tex Aug. 6-Sept. 3, 1971 224.28 

Louis Frey, Jr 5th, Fla Aug. 7-8, 1971 170.00 

Jamss Harvey... _. 8th Mich July 8-12, 1971. 138.00 

Do. do... July 26-31, 1971.... 167.08 

Do. do Aug. 8-12, 1971. 123.24 

Do ....do. Aug. 20-23, 1971 167.08 

Augustus F. Hawkins 21st, Calif Aug. 31-Seot. 4, 1971 398.00 

Floyd V. Hicks 6th, Wash.* Sept. 6, 1971 199.00 

Elwood Hillis 5th, lnd__ Aug. 1-5, 1971 161.12 

Frank Horton. 36th, N.Y Aug. 21-Sept. 5, 1971. 95.83 

Abraham Kazenjr 23d, Tex Aug. 25-Sept. 5, 1971 248.00 

John Kyi. 4th, Iowa Aug. 6-Sept. 7, 1971 268.66 

Sherman P. Lloyd 2d, Utah Aug. 6-Sept. 7, 1971 562.80 

James A. McClure 1st, Idaho July 23-26, 1971 344.00 

JamesR.Mann 4th, S.C Aug. 5-8, 1971 127.06 



10 


1807 


13 


1838 




1840 




1854 


14 


1874 


15 


1877 



'One way. 

71-124 — 72 17 



252 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
43b and 43b— 1, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1971 

Sept 15 1877 Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.. 18th, Calif Aug. 6-Sept. 4, 1971. _ $378.00 

G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery. 4th, Miss Aug. 23-Sept. 2, 1971 178.00 

William H. Natcher 2d,Ky Aug. 6-Sept. 6, 1971 159.84 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr 8th, Mass July 1-5, 1971. 126.60 

Do . do Aug. 5-Sept. 7,1971 126.60 

Albert H. Quie 1st, Minn Aug. 6-Sept. 6, 1971 305.32 

Tom Raiisback 19th, III July 22-26, 1971 153.63 

Do do* Aug. 19,1971 117.16 

John R. Rarick 6th, La Aug. 7 Sept. 7, 1971 295.68 

Thomas M. Rees 26th, Calif Aug. 8-13, 1971 388.00 

Garner E.Shriver 4th, Kans Aug. 7-Sept. 5, 1971 338.44 

H Allen Smith.. 20th, Calif Aug. 6-Sept. 4, 1971 393.00 

William A. Steiger 6th, Wis July 29-30, 1971 158.00 

Do do. July 30-Aug. 1.1971 161.00 

Roy A. Taylor 11th, N.C Aug. 10-Sept. 7, 1971 119.14 

Morris K. Udall 2d, Ariz Sept. 4-7, 1971 ._ 459. 92 

Joe D. Waggonnerjr 4th, La July 22-26, 1971 221.60 

Jim Wright 12th, Tex Aug. 26-28, 1971 242.80 

15 1902 Robert Price 18th, Tex Aug. 21-Sept. 5, 1971 192.24 

16 1914 James C. Corman ._ 22d, Calif Aug. 6-Sept. 6, 1971 _ 707.78 

21 1972 Bill Nichols 4th, Ala Aug. 6-Sept. 13, 1971 198.10 

1973 Do do July 1-12, 1971 198.10 

22 2014 Samuel L. Devine 12th, Ohio ...1971 750.00 

2017 Julia Butler Hansen 3d, Wash Sept. 14-21, 1971 410.44 

23 2045 Thomas G. Abernethy 1st, Miss.. Aug. 6-Sept. 7, 1971 224.83 

Bill Alexander 1st, Ark Aug. 5-Sept. 8, 1971 165.60 

John B. Anderson 16th, III Aug. 31-Sept. 1, 1971. 151.20 

Charles F. Bennett 3d. Fla Sept. 9-10, 1971 116.20 

Richard Boiling 5th, Mo Sept. 11, 1971 194.80 

Patrick T. Caffery.. 3d, La Aug. 5-Sept. 12, 1971 181.00 

Elford A. Cederberg 10th, Mich Aug. 6-14, 1971 169.52 

James C. Cleveland 2d,N.H_. Aug. 2-4, 1971 110.80 

William M. Colmer 5th, Miss.* Aug. 7, 1571 72.80 

Do do* __.- Sept. 12, 1971 71.30 

John W. Davis 7th, Ga._. Aug. 12-16, 1971 98.00 

Frank E. Denholm. lst,S. Dak Aug. 26-Sept. 8, 1971 274.93 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn. 3d,S.C July 15-17, 1971 107.00 

Do -do. _ Aug. 2-6, 1971 109.20 

Dante B. Fascelf 12th, Fla Aug. 6-Sept. 7, 1971 178.64 

Bill Frenzel 3d, Minn Aug. 8-30, 1971 170.00 

Richard Fulton 5th, Tenn July 31-Aug. 2, 1971 126.00 

Ella T. Grasso 6th, Conn.*. Aug. 5, 1971 35.00 

Edith Green. 3d, Oreg Aug. 28- Sept. 13, 1971 388.00 

Charles H. Griffin 3d, Miss Aug. 17 Sept. 6, 1971 226.50 

Do do Sept. 9-14, 1971 226.50 

Richard f. Hanna 34th, Calif July 31-Aug. 2, 1971 388.00 

F. Edward Hebert ... 1st, La. Aug. 5-Sept. 12, 1971 207.60 

William L. Hungate 9th, Mo Sept. 1-7,1971 132.40 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr 11th, Ind Sept. 9-12, 1971 90.00 

EdJones 8th, Tenn July 22-30, 1971.. _ 213.00 

Do do Aug. 6-Sept. 7, 1971. 213.00 

CarletonJ. King 30th, N.Y Aug. 6-Sept. 5, 1971 117.80 

Robert McClory.. 12th, III. _. Aug. 6-22, 1971 206.60 

K. Gunn McKay ... 1st, Utah Aug. 5-Sept. 5, 1971 567.32 

George Mahon 19th, Tex Aug. 13-Sept. 4, 1971 203.00 

George P. Miller... 8th, Calif Aug. 6-Sept. 7, 1971 395.00 

Wilbur D. Mills.. 2d, Ark Aug. 5-Sept. 7, 1971 178.00 

Morgan F. Murphy 3d, III. Aug. 2-6, 1971 196.58 

Lucien N. Nedzi 14th, Mich.. Aug. 6-Sept. 6, 1971 142.98 

David R. Obey 7th, Wis.. _ Aug. 13-Sept. 6, 1971 257.50 

Carl D. Perkins 7th, Ky. Aug. 6-Sept. 6, 1971 _ 135.43 

Alexander Pirnie. 32d, N.Y Aug. 6-23, 1971... 101.50 

HenryS. Reuss... 5th, Wis Sept. 10-12,1971 112.00 

Harold Runnels.. 2d,N.Mex_. _. Aug. 5-Sept. 9, 1971 297.20 

William J. Scherie 7th, Iowa Aug. 7-Sept. 7, 1971 309.64 

Fred Schwengel.... 1st, Iowa Aug. 6-13, 1971 154.88 

George E.Shipley 23d, III - Aug. 6-Sept. 13, 1971 174.86 

Richard G.Shoup. 1st, Mont Aug. 6-Sept. 7, 1971 392.80 

Robert T.Stafford-- At Large, Vt Aug. 13-Sept. 7, 1971 131.32 

Frank A. Stubblefield 1st, Ky. Aug. 7-Sept. 11, 1971 208.32 

Charles A. Vanik 22d, Ohio July 3-4, 1971 _ 80.00 

William C. Wampler 9th, Va Sept. 10-12, 1971. 96.60 

Jamie L. Whitten 2d, Miss. Aug. 8-29, 1971 214.08 

Larry Winn, Jr 3d, Kans. Aug. 24 Sept. 4, 1971 148.00 

Clement J. Zablocki 4th, Wis - Aug. 6-Sept. 6, 1971 222.64 

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253 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
43b and 43b— 1, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1S71 

Sapt. 27 2139 John Young 14th, Tex Sept. 24-27, 1971... $319.00 

23 2146 Otto E. Passman 5th, La _ Sept. 23-27, 1971 265 68 

2154 Page Belcher 1st, Okla... Aug. 7-Sept. 7, 1871 206 00 

Bob Bergland. 7th, Minn Aug. 5-16, 1971 331.24 

Do do Sept. 1-8, 1971.. 391.24 

James M. Collins 3d, Tex Sept. 10-12, 1971 176.00 

John Conyets.Jr 1st, Mich Aug. 6-30, 1971 141.38 

Jorge L. Cordova (Res. Comm.) P.R.. Aug. 6-Sept. 7, 1971 243.00 

David W. Dennis 10th, Ind Aug. 6-Sept. 12, 1971 144 38 

Bob Eckhardt 8th, Tex.* Sect. 12, 1971 123.00 

John N. Erlenborn. 14th, III Aug. 30-Sept. 3, 1971 132.00 

Louis Frey, Jr 5th, Fla Sept. 10-12, 1971 . 170 00 

Sam Gibbons... 6th, Fla Aug. 5-Sept. 6, 1971 188.16 

Henry B. Gonzalez 20th, Tex... Sept. 9-12, 1971.... 233.00 

H. R. Gross 3d, Iowa Aug. 5-Sept. 2, 1971 '63.50 

Do do Sept. 6, 1971 134.00 

Charles S. Gubssr... 10th, Calif Sept. 1-12, 1971.... 409 12 

Durward G. Hail 7th,Mo___ Sept. 9-13, 1S71 294*50 

Hastings Keith 12th, Mass July 22-26, 1971 83*20 

Do... do Aug. 5-Sept 7, 1971 83 20 

James A. McClure 1st, Idaho Sept. 10-12, 1971 363 00 

Torbert H. Macdonald 7th, Mass Sept. 9-14, 1971. 131*44 

Dave Martin 3d, Nebr Aug. 6-Sept. 12, 1971 256*00 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.. 18th, Calif Sept. 11-12, 1971 388*00 

James G. O'Hara 12th, Mich Sept. 5-6, 1871- i06*80 

Wm. J. Randall 4th, Mo.*... Sept. 5, 1371 .. . 36* 51 

Charlotte T. Raid 15th, III Aug. 6-Sept. 7, 1971 „ 145*. 40 

Teno Roncalio At Large, Wyo Aug. 6-Seot. 5. 1971... ?66 32 

Dan Rostenkowski 8th, III Sept. 11-16, 1971 196*70 

Edward R. Roybal 30th, Calif... Aug. 7-Sept. 12, 1971 ?02*66 

Earl B. Ruth 8th, N.C July 2-6, 1971.. 9l"08 

Do do July 22-25, 1971 9l"08 

Do do Sept. 10-12,1971 9l'08 

John G. Schmitz 35th, Calif Sept. 10-12, 1971 /.03*60 

Sam Steiger 3d, Ariz _ Aug. 6-Sept. 5, 1971 593*52 

Robert G. Stephens, Jr.... 10th, Ga.* Sept. 13, 1971 74*99 

Vernon W. Thomson 3d, Wis Sept. 12-14, 1971 19200 

30 2240 Carl Albert 3d, Okla Sept. 17-19, 1971.... 228*3' 

William R. Anderson 6th, Tenn _ Sept. 9-13, 1971. 190 32 

Frank Annunzio 7th, ML. _ Sept. 17-18, 19/1.. 144*75 

LesAspin... 1st, Wis Aug. 6-Sept. 8, 1971 113*20 

LaMar Baker 3d, Tenn __ Sept. 10-13, 1971 145 44 

Walters. Baring At Large, Nev Sent. 1-10, 1971 381 60 

John A. Blatnik 8th, Minn Aug. 6-Sept. 12, 1971.. 209 00 

Hale Boggs 2d, La Sept. 7-S, 1971... 204*84 

Do.. ...do Sept 10-12, 1971 204 84 

Richard Soiling 5th, Mo Sept. 13, 1971 196 60 

John W. Byrnes.. 8th, Wis.. Sept. 16-18, 1971 . 182*00 

Del Clawson 23d, Calif Sept. 16-19, 1971. . 400 24 

John C. Culver 2d, Iowa.. Aug. 22-Sept. 12, 1971 156. CO 

George E. Danielson 29th, Calif Sept. 3-7, 1971.... 400 -6 

John Dellenback 4th, Oreg Sept. 16-19, 1971 435 00 

Edward J. Derwinski 4th, III _ Sept. 10-13, 1971 184 n 

William L. Dickinson 2d, Ala July 3-7, 1971. 156 72 

Do __..do July 3-Aug. 2, 1971... 158.52 

Do. ._ .do* Sept. 6, 1971 88. CO 

Robert F. Drinan 3d, Mass... Sept. 20, 1971 97. SO 

Dante B. Fascell 12th. Fla Snot. 17-20, 1971 198. ^4 

Bill Frenzel.. 3d, Minn Sept. 17-19, 197L. 162.60 

Henry B. Gonzalez 20th, Tex Sept. 16-19, 1971.. 258.00 

Martha W. Griffiths 17th, Mich.... Sept. 16-21, 1971 96.00 

CharlssS. Gubser 10th, Calif.. Sept. 16-20, 1971.... ^14.40 

John Paul Hammerschmidt 3d, Ark Aug. 27-31, 1971 297.84 

Joseph E. Karth 4th, Minn.... Sept. 16-19,81971 186.00 

Abraham Kazenjr 23d, Tex... Sept. 17-19,'l971 282.08 

Jack F. Kemp 39th, N.Y... Sept. 17-19, 1971 89.28 

Jack H. McDonald 19th, Mich.... Aug. 6-11, 1971 150.06 

John S. Monagan.. 5th, Conn Sept. 19-22, 1971 94.86 

William H. Natcher 2d, Ky__ Sept. 17-19, 1971.. 141.36 

Lucien N. Nedzi 14th, Mich Sept. 18, 1971. 106.00 

Bill Nichols 4th, Ala Sept. 17-20, 1971 198.10 

Thomas M. Rees 26th, Calif Sept. 5-10, 1971 398.00 

John G. Schmitz 35th, Calif. Sept. 17-19, 1971. 403.60 

Richard G. Shoup 1st, Mont.. Sept. 15-13, 1971 340.80 

Robert L. F. Sikes 1st, Fla Aug. 7-30, 1971. 238.08 

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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-i, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1971 

Sept. 30 2240 B. F. Sisk 16th, Calif Aug. 9-Sept. 13, 1971 $420.00 

Fletcher Thompson 5th, Ga... July 22-Aug. 3, 1971 165.44 

Do ...do _ Aug. 5-Sept. 7,1971 165.44 

Do do _ Sept. 10-12, 1971 165.44 

Morris K. Udall 2d, Ariz Sept. 16-20, 1971 332.00 

Larry Winn, Jr 3d, Kans _._ Sept. 17-19, 1971 148.00 

C. W. Bill Young.. 8th, Fla... Sept. 13-14, 1971.. 170.00 

Oct. 1 2386 Bill Archer.. 7th, Tex Sept. 23-26, 1971.... 249.20 

Bill D. Burlison 10th, Mo Sept. 16-22, 1971 233. 16 

Phillip Burton 5th, Calif Aug. 28-Sept. 6, 1971 399.52 

Do ...do.. Sept. 16-19, 1971.. 403.06 

James C. Cleveland. 2d, N.H.. Sept. 9-14, 1971.. 110.80 

John C. Culver 2d, Iowa Sept. 16-20, 1971 180.00 

Hamilton Fish, Jr 28th, N.Y _ July 8-13, 1971 80.00 

Do do Aug. 2-5, 1971 80.00 

Thomas S. Foley. 5th, Wash Aug. 24-Sept. 6, 1971 363.00 

Gerald R. Ford 5th, Mich.* Aug. 8, 1971 47.00 

Do - do* Sept. 5, 1971 47.00 

William D. Ford .... 15th, Mich Sept. 3-7, 1971 140.38 

Do do Sept. 15-16, 1971.... 95.00 

Do" do Sept. 19, 1971 95.00 

Don Fuqua .... 2d, Fla Sept. 17-18, 1971 156.00 

Barry M.Goldwater, Jr... 27th, Calif.* Aug. 7, 1971.. __ 194.00 

Do do*.. Sept. 20, 1971. 194.00 

Kenneth J. Gray..... 21st, III Sept. 2-7, 1971.. 216.83 

Lee H. Hamilton 9th, Ind Sept. 17-19, 1971 112.00 

James F. Hastings 38th, N.Y... July 9-12, 1971.... 98.00 

Do do July 30-Aug. 2, 1971 98.00 

Richard H. "ichord. _. 8th, Mo Aug. 13-Sept. 11, 1971 192.80 

William J. Keating 1st, Ohio... Sept. 23-28, 1971 81.52 

Peter N.Kvros 1st, Maine Sept. 10-12, 1971... 143.64 

Phil M. Landrum. 9th, Ga. Sept. 9-13, 1971 126.00 

John Y. McCollister 2d, Nebr Aug. 6-Sept. 8, 1971 321.52 

Dave Martin 3d, Nebr Sept. 23-25, 1971.. 310.00 

Dawson Mathis 2d, Ga Aug. 6-Sept. 8, 1971 197.28 

Ralph H. Metcalfe 1st, III Aug. 9-31, 1971 187.90 

Do do Sept. 16-19, 1971 146.60 

Patsy T. Mink .... 2d, Hawaii Sept. 17-21, 1971... 713.26 

G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery. 4th, Miss Sept. 23-25, 1971 177.00 

Robert D.Price 18th, Tex Sept. 16-20, 1971 270.24 

Graham Purcell 13th, Tex July 29-30, 1971 262.00 

TenoRoncalio At Large, Wyo Sept. 24-26, 1971.. 240.32 

Robert G.SteDhens, Jr.... 10th, Ga.* Sept. 23,1971 74.99 

LouisStokes 21st, Ohio Aug. 19,1971 81.92 

Frank A. Stubblefield 1st, Ky Sept. 17-21, 1971 208.32 

James W.Symington 2d, Mo July 24-25, 1971... _. 158.00 

Do do Sept. 17-21,1971.... 158.00 

Burt L. falcott. 12th, Calif July 17-20, 1971... 397.36 

Do ..do Sept. 9-14,1971.. 398.92 

Charles Tiione 1st, Nebr Aug. 27-30, 1971 208.00 

Do -do Sept. 16-19,1971 208.00 

Morris K. Udall 2d, Ariz... Sept. 23-26, 1971 332.00 

Lionel Van Deerlin 37th, Calif Sept. 16-21,1971 320.00 

Jerome R. Waldie 14th, Calif.... July 15-18, 1971.... 325.00 

Charles H. Wilson 31st, Calif... Sept. 23-26, 1971 388.00 

Sidney R. Yates 9th, III Sept. 17-21, 1971... 132.00 

5 2440 John H. Rousselot. 24th, Calif. Sept. 21-23, 1971 404.32 

2441 Do do Sept. 27-Oct. 1, 1971 404.32 

7 2486 Bill ChappeM, Jr 4th, Fla Oct. 1-4, 1971 228.00 

8 2538 John Young 14th, Tex.* Oct. 5, 1971 151.00 

12 2539 Brock Adams 7th, Wash Sept. 21-29, 1971 403.00 

Glenn M.Anderson 17th, Calif July 22-26, 1971.... 398.56 

LesAspin _ 1st, Wis.. Sept. 24-27, 1971 143.64 

LaMarBaker... 3d,Tenn... Aug. 7-Sept. 8, 1971 145.44 

J. Herbert Burke.... 10th, Fla... Sept. 23-26, 1971 186.00 

Patrick T. Caffery 3d, La Sept. 16-21, 1971 184.00 

Harold R. Collier 10th, III. Aug. 5 Sept. 9, 1971 196.98 

Do do Sept. 23-27, 1971 141.80 

John C. Culver 2d, Iowa Sept. 23-26, 1971 133.00 

Eligiodela Garza 15th, Tex.. Sept. 1-2, 1971 291.30 

Ronald V. Dellums 7th, Calif. Sept. 16-20, 1971 398.00 

Charles C. Diggs, Jr 13th, Mich.*. July 9, 1971.... 48.00 

Do do* Sept. 12, 1971.. 48.00 

Bob Eckhardt 8th, Tex Sept. 23-27, 1971.. 246.00 

Joe L. Evins 4th, Tenn July 30-Sept. 9, 1971. 156.24 

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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 

1971 

Oct. 12 2539 Louis Frey, Jr 5th, Fla. Sept. 23-26, 1971 $170.00 

Charles H. Griffin 3d, Miss Sept. 16-22, 1971 178.00 

Charles S. Gubser 10th, Calif Sept. 23-27, 1971 414.40 

James M. Hanley 35th, N.Y July 23-26, 1971 93.96 

Do do Aug. 6-Sept. S, 1971 93.96 

Do .do Sept. 17-20, 197i__ 93.96 

Orval Hansen 2d, Idaho* Sept. 23, 1971 200.72 

James F. Hastings 38th, N.Y Sept. 23-25, 1971 98.00 

Elwood Hillis 5th, I nd July 22-26, 1971 161.12 

Do do Sept. 24-29, 1971 161.12 

Richard H. I chord" 8th, Mo Sept. 23-25, 1971 192.80 

Robert E.Jones 8th, Ala Sept. 5-13,1971 174.24 

Carleton J. King 30th, N.Y Sept. 24-26, 1971 117.80 

Dan Kuykendall 9th,Tenn Sept. 17-19,1971 156.00 

Phil M. Landrum 9th, Ga Sept. 16-20,1971 126.00 

Speedy O. Long 8th, La Sept. 19-20, 1971 234.80 

K. Gunn McKay 1st, Utah Sept. 17-20, 1971 270. 80 

William S. Mailliard 6th, Calif.*. Aug. 5, 1971 194.00 

Do do* SeDt. 7,1971 194.00 

Do do* Sept. 25, 1971 194.00 

Do do* Sept. 26, 1971 194.00 

Wiley Mayne 6th, Iowa Aug. 7-Sept. 12, 1971 323. 16 

Robert H. Michel. 18th, III July 6-16, 1971 204.62 

Do ... do. July 19-Aug. 6, 1971 204.62 

Do do Sept. 6-16, 1971 204.62 

Morgan F. Murphy 3d, III. Sept. 13-17, 1971... 196. 58 

Carl D. Perkins.... 7th, Ky Sept. 24-26, 1971 83.00 

J. J. Pickle 10th, Tex Sept. 17-28, 1971 255.20 

Alexander Pirnie 32d,N.Y Sept. 24-26, 1971. 101.50 

Wm. J. Randall 4th, Mo.* Sept. 16, 1971 136.51 

Charlotte T. Reid 15th, III Sept. 17-19, 1971 145.40 

Edward R. Roybal. 30th, Calif July 1-6, 1971 388. 00 

Philip E. Ruppe 11th, Mich... Aug. 5-Sept. 10, 1971 254. 05 

Charles A. Vanik 22d, Ohio Sept. 17-19, 1971 80. 00 

JoeD.Waggonner.Jr 4th, La... Sept. 17-19, 1971 209.60 

Richard C. White... 16th, Tex Sept. 17-20, 1971.... 240. 00 

C. W. Bill Young 8th, Fla Sept. 24-28, 1971 170. 00 

2545 James C.Corman. 22d, Calif Oct. 6-11, 1971 408.00 

2547 Otto E. Passman 5th, La Oct. 1-9, 1971 265.68 

15 2562 John H. Buchanan 6th, Ala Sept. 12,1971 110.00 

19 2542 Orval Hansen.. 2d, Ohio Sept. 30-Oct. 3, 1971 393.00 

20 2766 LesAspin 1st, Wis Oct. 1-4. 1971 148.80 

Alphonzo Bell... 28th, Calif Sept. 30-Oct. 3, 1971 388.00 

John Brademas 3d, Ind Sept. 10-13, 1971 166.00 

James A. Burke 11th, Mass Sept. 23-26, 1971 126.56 

Elford A. Cederberg. 10th, Mich Sept. 24-26, 1971 98.96 

Barber B. Conable, Jr 37th, N.Y Sept. 17-20, 1971. 74.32 

John Conyers.Jr.. 1st, Mich Sept. 24-27, 1971 141.38 

Eligio de la Garza 15th, Tex Aug. 23-31, 1971 374.13 

Edward J. Derwinski 4th, III... Oct. 1-4, 1971 iS4.42 

Charles C. Diggs, Jr 13th, Mich.* Sept. 14, 1971 48.00 

Don Edwards 9th, Calif Oct. 1, 1971 403.60 

Ella T. Grasso 6th, Conn Sent. 16-22, 1971 70.00 

Kenneth J.Gray..- _ 21st, III Oct. 1-5, 1971 216.88 

Durward G. Hall 7th, Mo Oct. 1-4, 1971 294.50 

Richard T. Hanna.. 34th, Calif Sept. 30-Oct. 4, 1971 388.00 

James F. Hastings... 38th, N.Y Oct. 1-4, 1971 98.00 

F. Edward Hebert 1st, La Sept. 23-27, 1971 207.60 

Do do Sept. 30-Oct. 3, 1971 207.60 

David N. Henderson 3d, N.C July 8-13, 1971 79.80 

Do do Aug. 5-28, 1971 79.80 

Do do Sept. 16-20, 1971 79.80 

Sherman P. Lloyd... 2d, Utah Sept. 24-26, 1971 325.00 

K. Gunn McKay... 1st, Utah Sept. 30-Oct. 3. 1971 270.80 

James R.Mann. 4th, S.C Sept. 16-22, 1971 127.06 

Romano L. Mazzoli 3d, Ky Sept. 17-20, 1971.. 160.82 

Lloyd Meeds 2d, Wash Sept. 24-27, 1971 320.80 

William H. Natcher.. 2d, Ky Oct. 1-3, 1971 141.36 

Albert H. Quie.. 1st, Minn Sept. 10-12, 1971. 147.28 

Keith G. Sebelius 1st, Kans Sept. 15-19, 1971 354.24 

Do do Sept. 24-26, 1971 354.24 

Tom Steed 4th, Okla July 1-6, 1971 240.74 

Do do Aug. 3-Sept. 3, 1971 240.74 

Do do Sept. 26-28, 1971.. 240.74 



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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.C. 
43b and 43b-l, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1971 

Oct. 21 2787 Thomas G.Abernethy 1st, Miss Oct. 7-12, 1971 $224.88 

Brock Adams 7th, Wash Oct. 9-12, 1971 403.00 

Bill Archer 7th, Tex Oct. 7-10, 1971 249.20 

Alphonzo Bell 28th, Calif. Oct. 7-11, 1971 388.00 

Charles E. Bennett 3d, Fla Oct. 11-12, 1971 .. . 108.00 

Richard Boiling 5th, Mo Oct. 8-12, 1971... 194.80 

Jack Brinkley 3d,Ga__ Oct. 7-12, 1971... 108.00 

Garry Brown 3d, Mich July 13-14, 1971 132.00 

Do do Sept. 4-8,1971 . 144.38 

Earle Cabell 5th, Tex Oct. 11, 1971 113.00 

Bob Casey 22d,Tex.* Aug. 17, 1971 98.60 

Do do... Sept. 23-26, 1971 197.20 

Do do*.. Oct. 5,1971 98.60 

Do do Oct. 3-10, 1971 197.20 

Philip M.Crane 13th, III Sept. 30 Oct. 4,1971 104.40 

George E. Danielson 29th, Calif Sept. 17-21, 1971.... 400.96 

Glenn R.Davis 9th, Wis Oct. 7-12, 1971 144.00 

Robert F. Drinan 3d, Mass Oct. 7-11, 1971 110.70 

Bob Eckhardt 8th, Tex do 246.00 

JoeL. Evins 4th,Tenn Sept. 24-Oct.9, 1971 156.24 

Hamilton Fish, Jr 28th, N.Y Sept. 23-27, 1971 80.00 

Do do Oct. 8-12, 1971 80.00 

Walter Flowers 5th, Ala.. Aug. 6-21, 1971 228.00 

Do do Sept.2-6 1971 227.28 

Bill Frenzel 3d, Minn. Sept. 30 Oct. 2, 1971 153.20 

Henry B.Gonzalez 20th, Tex .__ Oct. 1-3, 1971 258.00 

Martha W. Griffiths 17th, Mich Oct. 7-12, 1971 96.00 

Frank Horton 36th, N.Y... Sept. 23-26, 1971 95. 88 

Do __..do Oct. 7-10, 1971 95.88 

Craig Hosmer 32d, Calif. do 402.00 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr 11th, lnd.*._ Oct. 9,1971 45.00 

Manuel Lujan, Jr 1st, N. Mex... Oct. 1-6, 1971 202.00 

Do do Oct. 7-11, 1971 272.00 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt. 1st. Colo Oct. 9-10, 1971 264.00 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.. 18th, Calif Oct. 7-11, 1971 332.00 

Wright Patman 1st, Tex Aug. 21-Sept. 3, 1971 303.84 

Jerrv L. Pettis 33d, Calif July 22-25, 1971 388.00 

David Pryor 4th, Ark July 17-18, 1971 178.00 

Do do Aug. 6-Sept. 6, 1971 291.24 

Do do Oct. 1-4,1971 176.00 

Tom Railsback 19th, III.* Sept. 30, 1971 117.16 

RayRoberts 4th, Tex.* Oct. 10,1971 121.40 

Dan Rostenkowski 8th, III Oct. 4-8, 1971 196.70 

J. Edward Roush 4th, Ind Sept. 23-26, 1971 96.00 

Harold Runnels 2d, N. Mex Sept. 30-Oct. 5, 1971 310.00 

William J. Scherle 7th, Iowa. Oct. 7-11, 1971 188.60 

JohnG.Schmitz 35th, Calif Oct. 8-11, 1971 403.60 

Garner E.Shriver 4th, Kans Oct. 8-13, 1971 216.00 

TomSteed 4th, Okla Sept. 16-20, 1971 240.74 

Robert H.Steele 2d, Conn Sept. 13-16, 1971 90.00 

Do do Sept. 28-Oct. 1, 1971 90.00 

Do... do Oct. 5-7.1971 90.00 

Roy A. Taylor.. 11th, N.C Oct. 8-11, 1971 90. 4o 

Morris K. Udall 2d, Ariz Oct. 7-12, 1971 332.00 

William C. Wampler 9th, Va... Oct. 1-3,1971 96.60 

WendellWyatt lst.Oreg. Oct. 7-11, 1971 412.36 

C. W. Bill Young 8th, Fla Oct. 4-5,1971 170.00 

28 2914 Thomas S.Foley. ...5th, Wash Sept. 24-27, 1971 429.00 

29 2935 James C.Corman... 22d, Calif Oct. 19-25, 1971 408.00 

2940 John B.Anderson 16th, III Sept. 6-7, 1971 121.20 

Frank Annunzio 7th, III Oct. 14-18, 1971 144.75 

Page Belcher 1st, Okla.* Oct. 17, 1971 103.00 

John Brademas. 3d, Ind. Oct. 15-16, 1971 166.00 

Jack Brooks.. 9th, Tex Aug. 7-Sept. 1, 1971 245.00 

Do do Sept. 10-12, 1971 244.00 

Do...".".". .do _. Sept. 21-22,1971 244.00 

Do do. Oct. 2-3,1971 244.00 

Wm.S.Broomfield 18th, Mich Oct. 15-17, 1971 96.00 

Phillip Burton.. 5th, Calif Oct. 7-11, 1971. 399.52 

James C.Cleveland 2d,N.H Oct. 7-12, 1971 110.80 

James M. Collins 3d,Tex Sept. 23-26, 1971 182.50 

Do .do Oct. 15-17, 1971. 176.00 

Philip M.Crane 13th, III. Oct. 15-19, 1971 98.40 

George E. Danielson 29th, Calif Oct. 14-18, 1971 400.96 

Eligio de la Garza 15th, Tex Oct. 7-18, 1971... 280.09 

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257 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 



1971 
Oct. 29 2940 



Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members, round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 
43b and 43b— 1, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 



388. 00 
398. 00 
132.40 



Ronald V. Dellums.. 7th, Calif.. Oct. 7-11. 1971 $398.00 

Frank E. Denholm lst.S. Dak Sept. 17-20, 1971. 278.93 

William L. Dickinson 2d, Ala Sept. 24-28, 1971... 141.00 

Frank E.Evans 3d, Colo.. Oct. 15-17 1971 285.00 

Dante B. Fascell. 12th, Fla Oct. 7-11, 1971 198.64 

Walter Flowers. 5th, Ala Sept. 16-19, 1971 153.40 

Donald M. Fraser 5th, Minn Sept. 14-15, 1971. 149.00 

Do do Oct. 16-17, 1971 189.00 

Tom S. Gettys."-"." -"-"."-"-"-" "Mh", S.C Oct. 8-15, 1971 107.50 

Sam Gibbons.... 6th, Fla... Oct. 8-12, 1971..... 176.00 

Barry M.Goldwater, Jr.... 27th, Calif Oct. 1-4, 1971. 388.00 

Edith Green. 3d, Oreg Oct. 8-12, 1971.. 388.00 

James A. Haley. 7th, Fla... Oct. 6-12, 1971 164.75 

Richard T. Hanna.. 34th, Calif Oct. 14-18, 1971 

Augustus F. Hawkins 21st, Calif... - Oct. 10-15, 1971 

William L. Hungate 9th, Mo Oct. 7-11, 1971 

JohnJarman 5th, Okla do. ZZ/.ZO 

Harold T. Johnson 2d, Calif.... .- Oct. 16-17, 1971 401. 20 

Joseph E. Karth 4th, Minn do lob.OO 

William J. Keating. 1st, Ohio Oct. 14-18, 1971 81. H 

Robert McClory 12th, III. Oct. 15-16, 1971 107.52 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr.... 11th, Calif July 8-10, 1971----- 388.00 

Do do .... July 30-Aug. 1,1971. 388.00 

Do " do """ Aug. 10-Sept. 8, 1971 388.00 

Do"" do" """ Sept. 17-19, 1971 388.00 

Do do " Oct. 3-4, 1971... 388.00 

do ".""do"".;:::.... oct. u-ie, 1971 moo 

Jack H. McDonald 19th, Mich Sept. 17-21, 1971 150.06 

JohnMelcher 2d, Mont. - July 23-26, 1971.... 275.20 

JohnS. Monagan 5th, Conn Oct. 14-17, 1971 94.86 

G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery. 4th, Miss Oct. 7-9, 1971 1/4.00 

William H.Natcher 2d, Ky Oct. 15-17, 1971 141.36 

Thomas M.Pelly. 1st, Wash Oct. 8-18, 1971.. - 463.40 

Carl D.Perkins.. 7th, Ky... Oct. 15-16, 1971. 87.50 

Jerry L. Pettis. 33d, Calif Oct. 14-16, 1971 388.00 

J. J. Pickle 10th, Tex.*... Oct. 7, 1971 — 127. oO 

W.R.Poage 11th, Tex Oct. 10-15, 1971. 200.00 

Melvin Price.. 24th, III.. - Aug. 25-Sept. 6, 1971 211.56 

Do do Sept. 24-26, 1971. 1 57. 00 

Robert D. Price. 18th, Tex Oct. 7-10, 1971. 270.24 

Graham Purcell 13th, Tex.. Oct. 14-17, 1971 264.40 

Teno Roncalio... At Large, Wyo do ,7X„„ 

Harold Runnels 2d,N.Mex... Oct. 15-17, 1971 310.00 

Fernand J. St Germain... 1st, R.I July 15-20,1971.. 105.60 

Do do Aug. 5-30,1971._ 105.60 

Do "do"" Sept. 16-21, 1971... - 105.60 

SamSteiger 3d, Ariz Oct. 8-12, 1971 334.00 

Samuel S.Stratton. 29th, N.Y. Oct. 9-11, 1971 72.90 

Lionel Van Deerlin 37th, Calif Oct. 14-18, 1971 320. 00 

Jamie L.Whitten 2d, Miss do 214.08 

Bob Wilson... 36th, Calif July 3-6, 1971 398.00 

Do do Sept. 11-13, 1971 398.00 

Larry Winn, Jr 3d, Kans - Oct. 14-16, 1971 176.85 

Wendell Wyatt 1st, Oreg.. Oct. 14-19, 1971 376.36 

Nov. 2 3084 John H. Buchanan 6th, Ala Oct. 23-26, 1971 195.70 

3085 Ben B. Blackburn 4th, Ga Sept. 14-15, 1971 129.00 

3086 Do do Sept. 17-26, 1971 164.02 

4 3168 BrockAdams. 7th, Wash Oct. 21-25, 1971 403.00 

Carl Albert.. 3d, Okla.*... Oct. 24, 1971 144.20 

Bill Alexander 1st, Ark Oct. 7-11, 1971 170.28 

Mark Andrews 1st, N. Dak.* Oct. 11, 1971 126.00 

Do do* Oct. 13, 1971 1 0.00 

Charles E. Bannett 3d, Fla - Oct. 21-23, 1971 113.00 

Jackson E. Betts. 8th, Ohio Oct. 21-26, 1971... 89.80 

Hale Boggs.... 2d, La Oct. 22-24, 1971- - 204.84 

Garry Brown 3d, Mich... Aug. 6-17, 1971... 126.92 

J. Herbert Burke 10th, Fla Oct. 22-25, 1971 186.00 

Bill D. Burlison 10th, Mo... Oct. 21-27, 1971 233.16 

John W. Byrnes 8th, Wis.* Oct. 15, 1971 89.00 

Earle Cabell _ 5th, Tex Oct. 21-26, 1971 226.00 

Elford A. Csderberg 10th, Mich Oct. 22-25, 1971 90.00 

Jorge L Cordova (Res. Comm.) P.R.... Oct. 22-25, 1971 198.00 

John J. Duncan.... 2d, Tenn July 1-5, 1971 - 126.24 

Do . . . do Aug. 23-Sept. 6, 1971 126.24 

Do .."."....do - Sept. 23-26, 1971.... 126.24 

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258 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FOND 

Date No. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amouni 

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— 1, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 
1971 

Nov. 4 3168 Don Edwards 9th, Calif Oct. 22-25, 1971... $394.00 

Jack Edwards 1st, Ala __ Oct. 22-27, 1971 176.00 

Charles S.Gubser 10th, Calif Oct. 22-25, 1971 414.40 

Lee H. Hamilton 9th, I nd _ Oct. 21-24, 1971 112.00 

Chet Holifleld 19th, Calif _ Oct. 15-17, 1971 388.00 

Richard H. Ichord 8th, Mo Oct. 23-25, 1971 192.80 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr 11th, Ind.* Oct. 21, 1971 45.00 

Jack F. Kemp 39th, N.Y Oct. 21-25, 1971 89.23 

John C. Kluczynski 5th, III... July 12-15, 1971 132.00 

Do do Aug. 6-23, 1971 192.88 

Do do.... Sept. 16-21, 1971 132.00 

John Kyi 4th, Iowa Sept. 16-20, 1971 208.40 

Do do Oct. 22-24, 1971 208.40 

Peter N. Kyros 1st, Maine Oct. 14-16, 1971 143.64 

Do do Oct. 28-31, 1971 143.64 

James A. McC lure. __ 1st, Idaho.. Oct. 21-25, 1971.. 358.00 

Torbert H. Macdcnald 7th, Mass Oct. 21-26, 1971 131.44 

Lloyd Meeds 2d, Wash do.. 398.80 

Ralph H. Metcalfe.. 1st, III Oct. 20-23, 1971 146.60 

George P. Miller 8th, Calif.. Oct. 22-25, 1971 395. CO 

Wiiliam H. Natcher 2d. Ky Oct. 22-24, 1971 141.36 

Albert H. Quie 1st, Minn Oct. 15-17, 1971 160.68 

William J. Randall 4th Mo.* Oct. 24, 1971. 136.51 

HenryS. Reuss 5th, Wis Oct. 21-25, 1971 106.00 

John J. Rhodes 1st, Ariz Oct. 22-25, 1971 340. CO 

William R. Roy 2d, Kans July 1-6, 1971 298.28 

Do... do. Aug. 6-Sept. 8, 1971 298.28 

Do... _ .do _ Sept. 16-20. 1971 298.28 

Do... do.... Oct. 7-12, 1971 298.28 

Do do. Oct. 15-18. 1971 298.28 

JohnG. Schmitz 35th, Calif Oct. 22-25, 1971 403.60 

Fred Schwengel 1st, Iowa _ Oct. 21-25, 1971.... 160.88 

Garner E. Shriver 4th, Kans Oct. 22-26, 1971 216.00 

William A. Steiger 6th, Wis.. Sept. 16-19, 1971 161.00 

Al Ullman 2d, Oreg Oct. 14-18, 1971 403.72 

Charles A. Vanik 22d, Ohio Oct. 8-11, 1971. 101.48 

Victor V. Veysey 38th, Calif Aug. 5-Sept. 7, 1971 372. 16 

Do _ ...do Sept. 17-20, 1971 396.06 

Do .do Sept. 24-26, 1971 442.10 

Do do Oct. 7-11, 1971 458.28 

JoeD. Waggonner, Jr 4th, La. Oct. 21-25, 1971 221.60 

Richard C. White 16th, Tex... _ Oct. 21-26, 1971... 284.00 

Jamie L. Whitten 2d, Miss _ Oct. 23-26, 1971 177.60 

Sidney R. Yates 9th, Ml Aug. 5-Sept. 10, 1971 117.00 

5238 Nick Begich At Large, Alaska Oct. 7-9, 1971 __ 662.71 

3239 Charles H. Wilson 31st, Calif.. Oct. 27-Nov. 2, 1971 388.00 

il 3331 John H. Rousselot 24th, Calif Nov. 5-8, 1971.... 404.32 

12 3351 Thomas G. Abernethy 1st, Miss Oct. 21-26, 1971 224.88 

Do do Oct. 28-Nov. 2, 1971 224.88 

Glenn M. Anderson 17th, Calif. Sept. 9-12, 1971 398.56 

Do .do Sept. 23-28, 1971 398.56 

William R. Anderson 6th, Tenn... Oct. 2-5, 1971 190.32 

Frank Annunzio 7th, III Oct. 28-Nov. 1. 1971 144.75 

Nick Begich At Large, Alaska Oct. 28-31, 1971 601.50 

Tom Bevill 7th, Ala. Oct. 14-18, 1971 138.00 

Do do _ Oct. 28-Nov. 2, 1S71 107.00 

Richard Boiling. 5th, Mo Oct. 24-25, 1971 197.20 

Jack Brinkley 3d,Ga Oct. 28-Nov. 1, 1971 108.00 

Wm.S. Broomfield 18th, Mich Oct. 28-30, 1971... 96.00 

James A. Burke 11th, Mass Oct. 22-25, 1971 126.56 

Omar Burleson 17th, Tex.*... Oct. 24, 1971.. 127.52 

Phillip Burton 5th, Calif Oct. 24-28, 1971 399.52 

Patrick T. Caffery 3d, La Oct. 7-10, 1971 168.00 

John N. Happy Camp 6th, Okla Sept. 23-26, 1971 260.00 

Don H.Clausen 1st, Calif July 9-11, 1971 470.08 

Do do Sept. 23-26, 1971 451.48 

Silvio O. Conte 1st, Mass.* July 11, 1971 52.75 

Do... do Aug. 22-25, 1971 91.80 

Do do* Sept. 17,1971 43.90 

Do... do* Oct. 16,1971 45.90 

Glenn R.Davis... 9th, Wis Oct. 30-31, 1971 144.00 

John Dellenback 4th, Oreg Oct. 7-11, 1971 406.00 

Do... ....do Oct. 28-31, 1971 388.00 

Jack Edwards 1st, Ala Oct. 28-31, 1971 176.00 

Marvin L. Esch 2d, Mich Oct. 15-17, 1971 136.60 

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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 

1971 

Nov. 12 3351 O.C.Fisher 21st, Tex .. Oct. 21-25 1971 $244.64 

Richard H. Fulton 5th,Tenn Oct. 14-18, 1971 126.00 

Ella T. Grasso 6th, Conn Oct. 26-23, 1971 70.00 

Edith Green. 3d, Oreg. Oct. 29-Nov. 1, 1971 388.00 

Richard T. Hanna 34th,Calif__ Oct. 28-Nov. 2, 1971 388.00 

F. Edward Hebert 1st, La.* Oct. 21, 1971 103. SC 

Elwood Hillis 5th, Ind Oct. 28-31, 1971. 181.12 

Frank Horton.... 36th, N.Y Aug. 26-28, 1971 95.88 

Craig Hosmer 32d, Calif.* Oct. 21, 1971 201.00 

Andrew Jacobs, Jr 11th, Ind _.. Oct. 29-Nov. 2, 1971 101.00 

Robert E. Jones 8th, Ala Oct. 22-26, 1971 174.24 

Carleton J. King 30th, N.Y Oct. 1-4, 1971 117.80 

Dan Kuykendall 9th, Tenn - Oct. 21-22, 1971 156.00 

Phil M. Landrum 9th, Ga Oct. 21-25, 1971 126.00 

Manuel Lujan, Jr... 1st, N. Mex Oct. 27-31, 1971 234.00 

John Y. McCollister 2d, Nebr Oct. 8-12, 1971 156.00 

Do. do Oct. 29-Nov. 1, 1971 156.00 

George H. Mahon 19th, Tex..__ Oct. 21-23, 1971... 223.00 

Dave Martin 3d, Nebr Oct. 7-11, 1971 183.20 

Romano L. MazzolL. 3d, Ky Oct. 7-12, 1971 160.82 

AbnerJ. Mikva.. 2d, III Oct. 8-10, 1971 125.40 

Do do ._ Oct. 12-13, 1971 104.40 

Do. ..do Sept. 20-21, 1971 112.80 

Patsy T. Mink 2d, Hawaii.... Oct. 22-25, 1971 748.46 

F. Bradford Morse 5th, Mass 1971 750.00 

Morgan F. Murphy 3d, III. Oct. 12-15, 1971 196.58 

David R. Obey 7th, Wis.. Sept. 10-11, 1971 151.00 

Do... do. Oct. 24-26, 1971.... 137. 0G 

Carl D. Perkins. 7th, Ky Oct. 22-25, 1971 135. 48 

J.J. Pickle 10th, Tex Oct. 21-24, 1971 255.20 

David Pryor 4th, Ark Oct. 9-10, 1971 207.00 

John J. Rhodes 1st, Ariz... Oct. 28-31, 1971 276.00 

Edward R. Royba! 30th, Calif Oct. 8-11, 1971 388.00 

William J. Scherle 7th, Iowa Oct. 21-26, 1971... 309.64 

Nea! Smith 5th, Iowa July 1-5, 1971 272.64 

Do do Aug. 6-Sept. 6, 1971 272.64 

Do. do. Aug. 23-28, 1971 187.52 

Do.... ....do Oct. 8-12, 1971.... 272.64 

Do . . do Oct. 22-26, 1971 272.64 

James V.Stanton. 20th, Ohio. Aug. 6-Sept. 6, 1971 91.13 

Robert G. Stephens, Jr.... 10th, Ga Sept. 20, 1971 152. 20 

Do do* Oct. 31, 1971... 74.99 

LeonorK. Sullivan 3d, Mo. 1 .. July 1-6, 15-18; Aug. 15- 712.20 

30; Sept. 24-27, 1971. 

Roy A. Taylor.... . 11th, NX Oct. 22-25, 1971.... 90.40 

Charles M. Teague 6th, Tex Oct. 15-18, 1971 388.00 

Charles Thone 1st, Nebr Oct. 28-31, 1971.. 208.00 

Jerome R. Waldie 14th, Calif July 31-Aug. 1, 1971 285.00 

Nora M. Watts (Executrix 6th, Ky 1971 750.00 

of the estate of John C. 
Watts) 

Jamie L.Whitten .. . 2d, Miss.. Oct. 29-Nov. 2, 1971 214.08 

Sidney R. Yates 9th, III Oct. 28-31, 1971 117.00 

16 3369 Neal Smith.. 5th, Iowa July 30-Aug. 2, 1971 187.52 

3421 John E. Moss.... 3d, Calif Nov. 11-15, 1971 426.60 

17 3422 Otto E. Passman . . . 5th, La _ Nov. 5-8, 1971 265.68 

3531 James C. Corman 22d, Calif. Nov. 5-7, 1971. 408.00 

3533 Charles H. Wilson 31st, Calif Nov. 11-15, 1971 388.00 

18 3549 H.John Heinz ML. 18th, Pa 1971 750.00 

3613 Robert H. Steele . 2d, Conn Oct. 14-28, 1971... 93.00 

19 3651 Glenn M. Anderson 17th, Calif Oct. 21-25, 1971 398.56 

William R. Anderson .. 6th, Tenn Oct. 26-Nov. 1, 1971. 190.32 

Frank Annunzio.. . 7th, III... ._ Nov. 5-8, 1971.. 144.75 

LesAspin... 1st, Wis Nov. 4-7, 1971 144.48 

Charles E. Bennett 3d, Fla Nov. 5-7, 1971 119.00 

Tom Bevill 7th, Ala Nov. 6-9, 1971.. 154.48 

Garry Brown.... ..3d, Mich.. Oct. 7-12, 1971. 141.92 

Earle Cabell 5th, Tex... Nov. 3-7, 1971 226.00 

Tim Lee Carter 5th, Ky July 15-19, 1971.. 185.28 

Do. do _ __ Aug. 23-Sept. 12, 1971 185.28 

Do do Sept. 16-20,1971.. 185. 2S 

Do do - Oct. 8-12, 1971 185.28 

Do do Oct. 22-26, 1971 185.28 

Elford A. Cederberg 10th, Mich... Nov. 4, 1971 98.96 



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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 

1971 

Nov. 19 3651 William (Bill) Clay.. 1st, Mb Sept. 9-13, 1971 $212.80 

Do do Oct. 1-5,1971 212.80 

Do do Oct. 28-Nov. 1, 1971 212.80 

James C. Cleveland 2d, N.H Nov. 5-8, 1971 110.80 

Harold R. Collier. 10th, III Oct. 28-Nov. 1, 1971. 141.80 

William M. Colmer 5th, Miss Oct. 29-Nov. 3, 1971 145.60 

JohnConyers, Jr 1st, Mich Oct. 15-18, 1971. 141.38 

Jorge L. Cordova.... (Res. Comm.) P.R Nov. 5-7, 1971 198.00 

Edward J. Derwinski 4th, III Nov. 4-7, 1971. 184.42 

Wm. Jennings Bryan Dorn. 3d, S.C Oct. 7-12, 1971. 109.20 

Do do Oct. 14-18, 1971. 109.20 

JoeL. Evins.... 4th, Tenn Oct. 22-31, 1971 156.24 

Paul Findley 20th, ML... July 8-11, 1971... 128.00 

Do do.._ Aug. 6-9, 1971 128.00 

Richard H. Fulton. 5th, Tenn Nov. 5-8, 1971. 126.00 

Don Fuqua 2d, Fla... Oct. 28-31, 1971. 148.00 

Do do Nov. 5-7, 1971.... 148.00 

Henry B. Gonzalez 20th, Tex do.. 233.00 

Kenneth J. Gray 21st, III. Nov. 5-9, 1971.. 216.88 

Martha W. Griffiths 17th, Mich.. Aug. 5-Sept. 7, 1971 96.00 

Do do.... Nov. 4-7, 1971 96.00 

H. R. Gross.... 3d, Iowa Oct. 23-24, 1971 134.00 

Durward G. Hall 7th, Mo Nov. 4-8, 1971. 294.50 

James F. Hastings 38th, N.Y Nov. 5-7, 1971 98.00 

William D. Hathaway 2d, Maine . July 1, 1971.... 94.00 

Do do July 4-5, 1971 103.00 

Do do.. .. July 16-19, 1971... 130.00 

Do .do July 23-24, 1971. 119.00 

F. Edward Hebert... 1st, La. Nov. 4-7, 1971 207.60 

Joseph E. Karth 4th, Minn.* Nov. 5, 1971. 93.00 

Robert McClory.... 12th, III... Nov. 5-7, 1971 _ 107.52 

James D. (Mike) McKevitL 1st, Colo.. . do 264.00 

Torbert H. Macdonald 7th, Mass. .. .. Nov. 5-8, 1971 131.44 

JamesR.Mann 4th, S.C. . .. Oct. 7-12, 1971 127.06 

Robert B. (Bob) Mathias.. 18th, Calif Oct. 29-Nov. 2, 1971. 425.92 

Lloyd Meeds 2d, Wash. 1 . . ... Sept. 24-27, 1971 78.00 

William E. Minshall 23d, Ohio... . ... July 9-12, 1971 _. 91.32 

Do ...do Aug. 27-Sept. 2, 1971. 91.32 

Do do Sept. 5-9, 1971 91.32 

Do do Oct. 14-18, 1971.. 91.32 

Do.. _ ...do. Nov. 5-8, 1971.. 91.32 

John S. Monagan 5th, Conn Nov. 5-7, 1971.. 94.86 

G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery. 4th, Miss Nov. 3-6, 1971 170.00 

J.J. Pickle... 10th, Tex.* . Nov. 4, 1971 127.60 

Alexander Pirnie 32d, N.Y Nov. 4-7, 1971 101.50 

Albert H. Quie 1st, Minn Oct. 28-31, 1971 182.72 

RayRoberts. 4th, Tex.. Nov. 4-7, 1971 241.60 

Dan Rostenkowski 8th, III . Nov. 5-7, 1971.. 196.70 

J. Edward Roush 4th, Ind. Oct. 28-31, 1971 96.00 

Philip E. Ruppe 11th, Mich Nov. 4-8, 1971. 232.98 

George E. Shipley. 23d, III. Sept. 24-27, 1971 174.85 

B.F.Sisk.... .16th, Calif Nov. 4-7, 1971.. 420.00 

Floyd Spence... 2d, S.C... July 9-12, 1971 74.00 

Do do Sept. 10-13, 1971 74.00 

Do _ do Sept. 17-20, 1971 74.00 

Do. do. Nov.5-7,1971. 74.00 

LouisStokes 21st, Ohio Sept. 16, 1971.... 81.92 

Do do Oct. 8, 1971 81.92 

Morris K.Udall... 2d, Ariz Nov. 4-6, 1971 332.00 

Richard C. White 16th, Tex Nov. 4-7, 1971.. 298.00 

Wendell Wyatt 1st, Oreg do 412.36 

26 3736 Carl Albert 3d, Okla Nov.5-7,1971 242.40 

Bill Alexander. 1st, Ark Nov. 4-6, 1971 165.60 

Mark Andrews.. 1st, N. Dak.*.... Nov. 5, 1971 120.00 

Do do Nov. 11-14, 1971. 170.00 

Bill Archer.... 7th, Tex Nov. 11-13, 1971 249.20 

LaMar Baker... 3d, Tenn Nov. 6-9, 1971 145.44 

Walters. Baring.. At Large, Nev Oct. 28-Nov. 2, 1971.. 390.00 

Alphonzo Bell _. 28th Calif Nov. 11-14, 1971 388.00 

Charles E. Bennett. 3d, Fla Nov. 13-15, 1971 113.00 

Bob Bergland 7th, Minn Oct. 21-25, 1971 230.00 

Do.. do Nov. 5-8, 1971 230.00 

Hale Boggs 2d, La Nov. 6-7, 1971 204.84 



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261 

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 

1971 

Nov. 26 3736 Donald G. Brotzman 2d, Colo Aug. 25-Sept. 6, 1971 $271.50 

Do . . do Sept. 10-11, 1971 271.50 

Do do Sept. 24-26, 1971... 271.50 

Do do . ... Oct. 29-31, 1971 202.50 

Del Clawson.... 23d, Calif Nov. 9-14. 1971.. 400.24 

Philip M. Crane 13th, ML. Oct. 27, 1971 104.40 

George E. Danielson 29th, Calif Nov. 5-9, 1971. 400.96 

John W. Davis 7th, Ga Sept. 16-21, 1971... 96.00 

Do .do .- Oct. 28-31, 1971.. 97.00 

Thaddeus J. Dulski 41st, N.Y.. 1971 750.00 

Edwin W. Edwards 7th, La. Oct. 18-19, 1971.... 324.43 

Dante B. Fascell.. 12th, Fla Nov. 12-15, 1971 199.64 

LouisFreyJr 5th, Fla Oct. 28-Nov. 1, 1971 170.00 

Charles H. Griffin. 3d, Miss Oct. 15-17, 1971 178.00 

Charles S.Gubser 10th, Calif Nov. 2-11, 1971 414.40 

Richard T. Hanna 34th, Calif Nov. 11-14, 1971 388.00 

Orval Hansen 2d, Idaho. Nov. 11-16, 1971 350.00 

F. Edward Hgbert 1st, La Nov. 11-15, 1971 207.60 

Richard H. Ichord 8th, Mo Nov. 12-14, 1971 192.80 

Charles Raper Jonas 9th, N.C 1971 750.00 

Abraham Kazenjr 23d, Tex Nov. 10-14,1971 284.72 

William J. Keating 1st, Ohio.... Nov. 5-8, 1971.. 82.52 

Jack F. Kemp 39th, N.Y.... Nov. 5-7, 1971 89.28 

John Kyi . 4th, Iowa Oct. 21-Nov. 1, 1971 208.40 

Earl F. Landgrebe 2d, Ind... Sept. 12-16 1971 104.88 

Do do Seot. 24-26, 1971 109.68 

Do do --. Oct. 12-15, 1971 104.88 

Delbert L. Latta _. 5th, Ohio* July 11, 1971.. _ 64.25 

Do... . . do July 15-Aug. 1, 1971 128.50 

Speedy O. Long 8th, La.* Nov. 14, 1971 134.52 

Manuel Luian.Jr 1st, N. Mex Nov. 11-14, 1971 234.00 

Mike McCormack 4th, Wash Oct. 20-25, 1971 451.12 

Do do Nov. 11-14,1971 407.20 

Jack H. McDonald 19th, Mich Oct. 8-11, 1971 150.06 

Do do Nov. 12-14, 1971 150.06 

Williams. MaiHiard 6th, Calif.* Nov. 11, 1971 194.00 

Do do* Nov. 14,1971 194.00 

Spark M. Matsunaga 1st, Hawaii Nov. 12-14, 1971 710.81 

John Melcher 2d, Mont* July 18, 1971 117.00 

Do.. do* Oct. 28,1971 117.00 

Patsy T. Mink 2d, Hawaii Nov. 12-14, 1971 702.46 

Ancher Nelsen 2d, Minn July 1-6, 1971 161.60 

Do do __._ Aug. 6 Sept. 8, 1971 161.60 

Do do _ Sept. 17-19, 1971 161.60 

Do.. ..do Oct. 7-11, 1971 161.60 

Thomas M. Pelly 1st, Wash Nov. 6-16, 1971 463.40 

Claude Pepper.... 11th, Fla Aug. 6-11, 1971 166.00 

Do.. do Oct. 15-17, 1971 166.00 

David Pryor 4th, Ark Nov. 1-2, 1971.. 178.00 

Tom Railsback 19th, III. Oct. 7-12, 1971. 143.68 

Do . do Oct. 28-Nov. 1, 1971 153.68 

Do do Nov. 11-15, 1971 119.68 

Thomas M. Rees 26th, Calif. _ Nov. 1-7, 1971 349.00 

HenryS. Reuss 5th, Wis Nov. 11-12, 1971 112.00 

Garner E.Shriver... 4th, Kans Nov. 11-14, 1971. 227.00 

SamSteiger 3d, Ariz Nov. 12-14, 1971 334.00 

Samuel S.Stratton 29th, N.Y. Nov. 12-15, 1971 72.50 

W. S. (Bill) Stuckey, Jr... 8th, Ga July 16-18, 1971. 175. 06 

Do .do Aug. 27-29, 1971 175.06 

Do do Sept.24-27, 1971 175.06 

Do .do. Oct. 7-11,1971.... 175.05 

Fletcher Thompson 5th, Ga Sept. 24-26, 1971 165.44 

Do do Oct.8-10, 1971.... 165.44 

Robert O. Tiernan. 2d, R.I July 15-20, 1971.. 114.50 

Do do.. Aug. 6-11, 1971. 114.50 

Do.. ....do.. Sept. 16-21, 1971 114.50 

Do ....do Oct. 7-12, 1971 114.50 

JoeD. Waggonnar.Jr 4th, La.. Nov. 12-14, 1971. 221.60 

William C. Wampler 9th, Va Nov. 12-15, 1971.. 96.60 

Jamie L.Whitten 2d, Miss Nov. 8-15, 1971. 214.08 

C. W. Bill Young 8th, Fla.. Nov.6-7, 1971 170.00 

30 3785 John E. Moss... 3d, Calif.. Nov. 19-28, 1971.... 422.60 

3788 John Young 14th, Tex Nov. 25-28, 1971. 323.00 

Dec. 1 4010 Ronald V. Dellums 7thCalif.. Nov 12-15. 1971... 408.00 

2 4038 John H. Rousselot 24th, Calif. Nov. 29-Dec. 2, 1971 404.32 

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262 

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 

1971 

Dec 3 4040 John M. Zwach 6th Minn Feb. 10-15, 1971 $157.20 

Do do._ Apr. 23-25, 1971... 176.40 

Do.. ..do.. May 27-31, 1971 146.00 

Do... ....do June 10-13, 1971.. 146.00 

Do do June 18-20, 1971... 146.00 

Do do June 24-27, 1971. 146.00 

6 4080 Thomas G Abernethy 1st Miss Nov. 18-29, 1971.. 224.88 

James Abourezk 2d,S. Dak..._ July 2-5. 1971 278.50 

Do do Sept 24-26,1971... 278.50 

Thomas L. Ashley 9th, Ohio July 23-25, 1971 118.32 

Do... do Aug. 27-29, 1971 118.32 

Do... do Sept 13-20,1971 118.32 

Do do.. Oct. 23-25. 1971. 118.32 

Do do Nov. 19-21, 1971 118.32 

Jackson E. Betts 8th, Ohio Nov. 18-17, 1971 69.00 

Tom Bevill 7th, Ala Nov. 22-24, 1971 104.00 

John A. Blatnik 8th, Minn.*. Oct. 17, 1971 93.00 

Earle Cabell 5th, Tex Nov. 14-15, 1971 226.00 

James M. Collins 3d, Tex.. Nov. 8-10, 1971 176.00 

John W.Davis 7th, Ga Aug. 28-30, 1971 96.00 

Eligio de la Garza 15th, Tex Oct. 29-31, 1971 284.40 

Paul Findley 20th, III... Sept. 17-19, 1971.... 150.00 

Daniel J. Flood 11th, Pa 1971.. 750.00 

Thomas S. Foley 5th, Wash Oct. 29-31, 1971 408.00 

Gerald R. Ford 5th, Mich.... Oct. 22-23, 1971.. 96.00 

Do .do*... Nov. 1-2, 1971 99.00 

Do do* Nov. 6-7, 1971. 48.00 

Donald M. Fraser 5th, Minn Nov. 11-14, 1971 150.80 

Louis Frey.Jr 5th, Fla... Nov. 5-8, 1971 170.00 

FloydV. Hicks 6th, Wash... Nov. 19-28, 1971 393.00 

Frank Horton 36th, N.Y Nov. 21-23, 1971 95.88 

Craig Hosmer.... 32d, Calif.*. Nov. 21, 1971 201.00 

Do ...do* Nov. 27, 1971.. 201.00 

William L. Hungate 9th, Mo Nov. 19-24, 1971 149.40 

Joseph E. Karth.. 4th, Minn Nov. 19-20, 1971 186.00 

Paul N. McCloskeyJr.... 11th, Calif Nov. 18-20, 1971. 388.00 

John J. McFall 15th, Calif... Nov. 18-24, 1971. 388.00 

K.Gunn McKay 1st, Utah Nov. 11-16, 1971 270.80 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt. 1st, Colo.. Nov. 11-18, 1971 264. 00 

AbnerJ. Mikva.. 2d, III. Oct. 28-31, 1971 124.80 

Wilbur D. Mills 2d, Ark.* Nov. 9, 1971 78.00 

G.V. (Sonny) Montgomery. 4th, Miss Nov. 22-27, 1971 178.00 

David Pryor 4th, Ark Oct. 29-30, 1971 178.00 

Do do Nov. 19-20, 1971 178.00 

J. Edward Roush 4th, Ind Nov. 12-14, 1971 95.00 

SamSteiger 3d, Ariz. Nov. 19-21, 1971 334.00 

Burt L. Talcott _ 12th, Calif Oct. 6-11, 1971 406.48 

Charles M. Teague _ 13th, Calif _ Nov. 18-23, 1971 388.00 

Lionel Van Deerlin 37th, Calif Nov. 19-24, 1971 359.00 

Jerome R. Waldie. _ 14th, Calif Sept. 16-19,1971... 325.00 

John M. Zwach 6th, Minn July 1-5, 1971 146.00 

Do _ do... Aug. 6-Sept. 6, 1971 318.66 

Do.... _ _. do Sept. 23-27, 1971 146.00 

Do do. Oct. 21-25, 1971 146.C0 

Do do. .. .. Nov. 12-16, 1971 146.00 

4083 John H. Buchanan 6th, Ala Nov. 20-24, 1971 195.70 

7 4085 Jack Brinkley 3d,Ga Dec. 3-5, 1971 108.00 

4086 Jam=s C. Corman 22d, Calif _. Dec. 3-5, 1971... _ 408.00 

4087 Charles H. Wilson 31st, Calif Nov. 20-Dec. 1, 1971.. 520.67 

8 4099 John Young. ..14th, Tex _. Dec. 3-5, 1971 279.52 

9 4180 Otto E. Passman. 5th, La Dec. 3-6, 1971. _. 265.68 

10 4135 Charles S.Gubser 10th, Calif Nov. 30-Dec. 6, 1971 414.40 

13 4276 Dan Rostenkowski . 8th, III . . Dec. 2-13, 1971 196.70 

4277 Carl Albert 3d,Okla.* Nov. 21, 1971 149.00 

John B. Anderson 16th, III Nov. 15, 1971 151.20 

Mark Andrews... 1st, N. Dak.* ..Nov. 7,1971 113.00 

Wayne N. AspinaU.... 4th, Colo Nov. 21-29, 1971.. 334.00 

Nick Begich At Large, Alaska Nov. 19-24, 1971 662.71 

Page Belcher... 1st, Okla Nov. 20-27, 1971 206.00 

Hale Boggs 2d, La.. Nov. 21-24, 1971 204.84 

Richard Boiling.. 5th, Mo Nov. 14-15, 1971... _ 197.20 

William G. Bray 6th, Ind July 1-5, 1971 97.08 

Do... ...do July 8 12, 1971 108.08 

Bill D. Burlison 10th, Mo... Nov. 25-29, 1971. 233.16 

BobCasey.. 22d,Tex... Nov. 22-23, 1971 197.20 

Elford A. Cederberg 10th, Mich. Nov. 22-26, 1971. 100.00 

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263 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No . MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS Amount 



1971 



Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for Members round trip, 
between Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by I U.SX. 
43b and 43b-l, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 



3 4277 Barber B.Conable, Jr. ... 37th. N.Y.. Oct. 15-18 1971 $74.32 

n n do. - - NOV. 3-0, 13/1 01. o£ 

Jorge L"C6rdova" ""I" "(Res. Com'm.) P.R Nov. 22-29 1971 193.00 

Glenn R. Davis...: 9th, Wis Nov. 25-28, 97 144.00 

John W.Davis 7th, Ga Nov. 19-2. 1971 97.00 

Charles C.D, gg s, J...... 13lh, Mich.* g^^........™. JJ. 00 

Robert F;Driiin:::::::::3dVMa«::: Nov. 25-29, 1971 m.oo 

BobEckhardt 8th, Tex Nov. 9-28, 97 246.00 

Hamilton Fish, Jr 28th, N.Y Nov. 19-28 1971 80.00 

TomS.Gettys 5th, S.C Nov. 5-8, 1971 107.50 

Kenneth J. Gray 21st, 111 Dec. 3-6 1971 216.88 

James A. Haley... - 7th, Fla... Nov. 19-29, 97 .. 184.27 

Augustus F.Hawkins..... 21st, Calif. — - Nov. 22-25, 97 398.00 

Elwood Wilis... 5th, Ind... Nov. 11-16, 97 161.12 

Richard H. Ichord 8th, Mo.... Nov. 22-25 1971 192.80 

Harold T.Johnson ...2d, Calif Nov. 19-28, .97 403.95 

CarletonJ. King 30th, N.Y - Nov. 12-15 197 117.80 

Dan Kuykendall..... 9th,Tenn Nov. 20-28, 197 227.88 

John Kyi 4th, Iowa - Nov. 2-14 97 208.40 

n n do - -- Nov. 19-25, 1971 ^b8. bb 

speedy o:Lon g ::::::::::"8"th7La::::::::::::::::: Nov. 19-28, 1971... 259.04 

Sherman P. Lloyd 2d, Utah Nov. 19-24, 971 334.60 

Manuel Lujan.Jr 1st, N. Mex...._ Nov. 19-28, 97 2,4.00 

John Y. McCollister 2d,Nebr Nov. 20-27, 197 321.52 

Mike MrCormack 4th, Wash Nov. 19-29 197 425.80 

Ray J. Madden 1st, Ind Aug 6~Sept 7 19/1 J/o.80 

nn do Sept. 9-16, 1971 l/b.8U 

Do""- '"do _ Oct. 8 14,1971 176.80 

James OYnn";.""::: tth,~S.c\\\\\\\\\-" Nov. 18-29, 1971. . . 127. 06 

Dave Martin 3d,Nebr Nov. 22-28 19/ ... 265.50 

Romano L. Mazzoli 3d,Ky Nov. 20-28, 97 160.82 

lloyd Meeds 2d, Wash ----- Nov. 22-25, 197 ..... ^98. 80 

JohnMelcher 2d, Mont Nov 11-15, 1971 328.20 

Robert H. Michel... _. 18th, ........ ......... Se^O-OcU, 1971... 



Paul G."R"o"gers":::::::::"9fh7FiaV:::: no V . 23-28, 1971. 



Do. 



204. 62 



.. Nov. 1-12, i97iv:::::::::: 204.52 

patsy t: MTnk":::::::::::"2d;Hawaii. nov. 20-28, 1971... 702.46 

James G.O'Hara 12th, Mich Nov 20-24 1971... 06.80 

Claude Pepper 11th, Fla May 13-16 1971 146.00 

Iprrv L Pettis 33d Calif Nov. 19-28, 1971 233.00 

J J Pickle 10th Tex ._ Oct. 28-Nov. 8, 1971 197.20 

ai eiaderpir-nie::::::::: 32d%.Y:::":::: n ov . 22-30, 1971 101.50 

Graham Purcell 13th, Tex July 30 Aug. 3, 1971. 264.40 

n n do* Oct. 8, 1971 116.00 

Do"" do*"" Oct. 14, 1971 137.00 

On" do Oct. 28-31, 1971 276.00 

n° " do" " Nov. 4-8,1971 214.40 

Do"" do* Nov.9,1971 109.00 

Do"" do — Nov. 12-15, 1971 232.00 

do do ::::::: nov. 18-21; 1971 182.00 

johnR."Rarick"":::::::"6th:La.:::: nw. 5-7 1971 — 

Donald W. Rieglejr 7th, Mich July 31, 1971 



110.40 



IYIIUII juij *ji, *-' *■ 

do Sept. 5-6, 1971 109-20 

Do"::::::::::::::::::::^::::::::::::::: oct. n-12. 1971 117.00 



138.00 

wiliiam j. scheVie:::::::: 7th": iowa"::::::::::::::::::: n ov . 20-29,' (971 309.54 

Harold Runnels 2d, N. Mex Nov. 12-28. 97 335.20 

Fred Schwengel 1st, Iowa Nov. 19-24 1971 4.88 

Garner E. Shriver 4th, Kans July 16-19 1971--- 



do " Nov. 23-29, 1971V.V. 170.00 

97.52 



J. William s"tanton:V.V:::"Iith, Ohio July 2-6 1971 

Do do July 16-19, 1971 97.52 

do ".::::: do... Aug. 23-sept. s. 1971 — 97.52 

Do ." do Sept. 24-27, 1971 97.52 

Do do Oct. 2-4. 1971. 97.52 

sam stei g ef:::::::::::::"3d: Ariz:::::::::: oct. 22-24 1971-- 334.00 

Samuel S Stratton 29th, N.Y... Nov. 22-25, 97 5.09 

Roy A. Taylor 11th, NX..... Nov. 19-28, 1971 119.14 

Jamie L. Whitten 2d, Miss Nov. 23-30, 1971 250.56 

Charles E.Wiggins 25th, Calif July 15-18 1971 388.00 

Do do* Aug. 16, 1971 w-UU 

Jim WrighL 12th", Tex Nov. 23-25, 1971 

Wendell Wyatt... 1st. Oreg_. Nov. 11-14, 1971 



242.80 
415. 36 



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264 

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 

1971 

Dec. 13 4277 Roger H. Zion 8th, I nd July 8-12, 1971 $102.85 

Do do July 15-19, 1971 102.85 

Do do.. July 15-24, 1971 102.85 

Do do... July29-Aug. 2, 1971. 102.85 

Do do Sept. 16-20, 1971 102.85 

Do do Oct. 1-4, 1971 102.85 

Do do Oct. 15-18, 1971 102.85 

15 4401 Edward Hutchinson 4th, Mich July 1-5, 1971 126.00 

Do do Aug.9-25, 1971.. 172.39 

Do do Sept. 23-26, 1971 126.00 

Do do Oct. 1-3,1971 126.00 

Do.. do Oct. 7-11, 1971 126.00 

Do do Nov. 11-14, 1971 127.00 

Do do... Nov. 22-26, 1971 131.00 

4403 David W. Dennis 10th, Ind... Nov. 4-7, 1971 101.88 

4404 Do do Nov. 19-20, 1971 112.56 

4405 Do do Sept. 8-10, 1971 118.80 

4406 Do do Oct. 1-3,1971 104.52 

4415 BHIChappsll/Jr 4th, Fla_. Dec. 3-6, 1971 228.00 

4418 Ronald V. Dellums. 7th, Calif do 408.00 

16 4429 Bill Alexander 1st, Ark Dec. 3-6, 1971 172.80 

Glenn M. Anderson 17th, Calif Nov. 19-29, 1971 398.56 

LesAspin 1st, Wis Dec. 3-6, 1971 146.64 

Alphonzo Bell 28th, Calif.... Dec. 2-5, 1971... 388.00 

Charles E. Bennett 3d, Fla Dec. 3-5, 1971 113.00 

William G. Bray.. 6th, Ind Oct. 7-11, 1971 97.08 

Do do Oct. 14-18, 1971 97.08 

Win. S. Broomfield 18th, Mich...- Dec. 3-4, 1971 96.00 

Donald G. Brotzman 2d, Colo Dec. 3-5, 1971 276.24 

Phillip Burton 5th, Calif Nov. 21-Dec. 5, 1971 400.36 

Earle Cabell 5th, Tex.* Nov. 24, 1971 115.50 

Patrick T. Caffery 3d, La Nov. 5-9, 1971 184.00 

Harold R. Collier 10th, 111.. Nov. 21-29, 1971 141.80 

William M. Colmer 5th, Miss Nov. 19-30, 1971.. 145.60 

Philip M. Crane.. 13th, III Dec. 3-4, 1971 104.40 

Dominick V. Daniels 14th, N.J 1971 750.00 

George E. Danielson 29th, Calif. Nov. 22-28, 1971 400.96 

David W. Dennis... 10th, Ind. _. Nov. 21-28, 1971 135.74 

Edward J. Derwinski 4th, III Dec. 3-6, 1971 184.42 

John J. Duncan.. 2d,Tenn Oct. 7-11, 1971 126.24 

Do do Nov. 20-28, 1971 126.24 

Ed Edmondson 2d, Okla Oct. 31-Nov. 2, 1971 214.00 

Frank E. Evans 3d, Colo Nov. 19-23, 1971. 264.00 

John J. Flynt, Jr 6th, Ga Aug. 7-22, 1971 165.34 

Do .do Sept. 24-29, 1971.. 165.34 

Do.. do Oct. 28-31,1971 165.34 

Do. .do Nov. 19-28,1971... 165.34 

Bill Frenzel 3d, Minn Nov. 22-24, 1971... 158.00 

Cornelius E. Gallagher 13th, N.J 1971 750.00 

Sam Gibbons.. 6th, Fla... Nov. 12-16, 1971 183.00 

Do .do. _ Dec 3-5,1971 183.00 

Ella T. Grasso 6th, Conn Nov. 11-15,1971 70.00 

Charles H. Griffin 3d, Miss Nov 19-29,1971 267.00 

Martha W. Griffiths 17th, Mich Dec. 2-6, 1971 96.00 

Durward G. Hall. 7th, Mo.... do 294.50 

Lee H. Hamilton.... 9th, Ind Nov. 6-7, 1971 112.00 

Do do. Nov. 21-24, 1971 112.00 

Orval Hansen.. 2d, Idaho... Dec. 3-4, 1971 353.00 

James F. Hastings.. 38th, N Y Dec 3-5,1971 98.00 

F. Edward Hebert 1st, La.. Nov. 18-Dec 5, 1971 207.60 

Floyd V. Hicks 6th, Wash Dec. 2-5, 1971.— 549.55 

Robert E. Jones 8th, Ala. Nov. 19-28, 1971 174.24 

William J. Keating 1st, Ohio Dec. 2-6, 1971.... 81.52 

Delbert L. Latta 5th, Ohio.... Sept. 20-23, 1971. 128.50 

Robert L. Leggett 4th, Calif.. Sept. 10-12, 1971 414.26 

Do.. .do. .... . Oct. 14-17, 1971.... 414.26 

Do .do Nov.5-7,1971 414.26 

Speedy O.Long 8th, La Dec.3-5, 1971 211.60 

James A. McClure 1st, Idaho Dec. 2-7, 1971 344.00 

George Mahon... 19th, Tex Nov. 20-24, 1971.... 252.00 

Dave Martin 3d, Nebr Dec.3-5, 1971 250.64 

Wiley Mayne 6th, Iowa Nov. 20-29, 1971 202.40 

Ralph H. Metcalfe 1st, III Nov. 11-15, 1971. 146.60 

Patsy T. Mink... 2d, Hawaii Dec. 3-5, 1971 740.46 

Morgan F. Murphy .. . 3d, III... Nov. 15-19, 1971 196.58 

Bill Nichols 4th, Ala Oct. 1-4, 1971... 198. 10 

Do do Nov. 5-8, 1971 198.10 

Do do Dec. 10-13, 1971 198.10 

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265 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Data 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 

1971 

Dec 16 4229 Edward J. Patten 15th, N.J 1971 $750.00 

Robert Price 18th, Tex Oct. 14-18, 1971 270. 24 

Do do Nov. 20-24, 1971 269.04 

Do do Dec. 2-4, 1971... 270.24 

Albert H. Quie... 1st, Minn Nov. 11-14, 1971 172.40 

John J. Rhodes 1st, Ariz Nov. 25-Dec. 1, 1971 340.00 

Ray Roberts 4th, Tex Nov. 11-21, 1971.. 241.60 

Do do* Dec. 2, 1971 120.80 

Harold Runnels 2d, N. Mex Dec. 2-5, 1971 300.00 

Philip E. Ruppe... 11th, Mich Dec. 3-6, 1971.. 197.00 

Earl B.Ruth 8th, N.C Oct. 8-10, 1971 91.08 

Do ..do Nov. 5-8,1971.. 91.08 

Do do Nov. 19-28, 1971 91.08 

John P. Saylor 22d, Pa 1971 750.00 

William J. Scherle 7th, Iowa Dec. 4-5, 1971 194.12 

Keith G. Sebelius 1st, Kans... Dec. 3-5, 1971 354.24 

Do - -.do - Nov. 13-16, 1971 354.24 

NealSmith 5th, Iowa Nov. 20-28, 1971. 272.64 

Floyd D.Spence 2d,S.C Dec. 4-5, 1971 78.00 

Robert H.Steele.. 2d, Conn Nov. 18-Dec. 6, 1971. 93.00 

LouisStokes 21st, Ohio Nov. 21-23, 1971 81.92 

Frank A. Stubblefield 1st, Ky Oct. 14-18, 1971 208. 32 

Do do Nov. 19-28, 1971 208.32 

James W.Symington 2d, Mo.. Sept. 9-10, 1971 124.00 

Do do Oct. 29-Nov. 1,1971 158.00 

Do"" do Nov. 6-8,1971.. 158.00 

BurtL Talcott 12th, Calif Nov. 20-23, 1971 426.36 

Al Ullman 2d, Oreg Nov. 18-22,1971 407.92 

Charles A Vanik. 22d, Ohio Nov. 20-24, 1971.. 80.00 

William C' Wampler 9th, Va Dec. 3-6, 1971 96.60 

Charles E Wiggins 25th, Calif. Sept. 30-Oct 3,1971 388.00 

Bob Wilson 36th, Calif Oct. 21-24, 1971.. 398.00 

Do do Nov. 12-14, 1971.. 398.00 

Larry Winn.Jr 3d, Kans.. Nov. 19-29, 1971. 148.00 

17 4474 Fletcher Thompson 5th, Ga Oct. 16-17, 1971 _. 165.44 

4475 Do do Dec. 11-12, 1971 165.44 

20 4570 JohnS. Monagan.... 5th, Conn Dec. 10-12, 1971 94.86 

22 4739 John H. Rousselot 24th, Calif Nov. 28-Dec. 11, 1971 404.32 

4740 John Young.. 14th, Tex.* Dec. 21, 1971 141.00 

23 4752 James T. Broyhill 10th, N.C... 1971... 750.00 

27 4763 John H. Buchanan 6th, Ala Oct. 1-2, 1971 118.40 

4764 John E. Moss 3d, Calif.* Dec. 11, 1971... 211.30 

28 4766 Thomas G. Abernethy 1st, Miss Dec. 2-6, 1971... 224.88 

Bill Alexander 1st, Ark.* Oct. 26, 1971 82.80 

Do do Nov. 14-15, 1971 176.60 

Do - do Nov. 22-27, 1971 165.60 

William R. Anderson 6th, Tenn Dec. 2-6, 1971 190.32 

LaMar Baker 3d, Tenn Dec. 2-4, 1971.. 145.44 

John Brademas 3d, Ind Nov. 20-23, 1971 132.00 

J. Herbert Burke. 10th, Fla_... Dec. 11-13, 1971.. 186.00 

James A. Burke 11th, Mass Nov. 21-28, 1971 126.56 

Omar Burleson 17th, Tex.* Nov. 20-28, 1971... 142.20 

John N.Happy Camp 6th, Okla Oct. 15-17, 1971 251.80 

Do do Nov. 6-8, 1971. 251.80 

Do" " do Nov. 12-14,1971... 243.60 

Do" do.. .. Nov. 18-28, 1971.... 251.80 

Tim Lee Carter.... 5th, Ky... Dec. 2-6, 1971. 185.28 

James C. Cleveland 2d, N.H Dec. 2-6, 1971 110. 80 

John Conyers, Jr.. 1st, Mich. Nov. 21-28, 1971 141. 38 

John C. Culver 2d, Iowa... Oct. 7-12, 1971.. 174. 00 

Do .do Nov. 11-14, 1971 186.00 

William P. Curiin, Jr 6th, Ky... 1971 750.00 

Frank E. Denholm 1st, S. Dak Dec. 3-5, 1971 281. 93 

Thomas N. Downing 1st, Va 1971 750.00 

John N. Erlenborn 14th, III Oct. 21-24, 1971 132.00 

Do . do Nov. 19-20,1971. 132.00 

Do " do Nov. 28-29,1971... 132.00 

Do do Dec. 11-13.1971 102.00 

Marvin LEsch 2d, Mich July 5, 1971 102.00 

Do do Sept. 12-14, 1971 102.00 

Do do Sept. 18-19, 1971 102.00 

Do . . do Oct. 1,1971.. 102.00 

Do do Nov. 19-20,1971. 91.00 

O. C. Fisher 21st. Tex Dec. 11-12, 1971 253.28 

L. H. Fountain 2d, N.C 1971 750.00 

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266 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUtiO 

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 

1971 

Dec. 28 4766 Bill Frenzel.. 3d, Minn Dec. 3-6, 1971 $154.40 

Barry M.Goldwater, Jr.... 27th, Calif Oct. 21-25, 1971 388.00 

Do do* Nov.27, 1971 194.00 

Edith Green... 3d,Oreg Nov. 12-14, 1971 388.00 

F. Edward Hebert 1st, La.* Dec. 9, 1971 103.80 

JohnJarman 5th, Okla Nov. 11-14, 1971 227 20 

Joseph E. Karth 4th, Minn... Dec. 10-14, 1971 243 16 

Alton Lennon 7th, N.C.. Aug. 7-Sept. 7, 1971 87 72 

Do ....do Sept. 17-19, 1971 87.72 

Do ..do Oct. 8-12, 1971 87.72 

Do... do. Nov. 17-19, 1971... 87.72 

Do ..do Nov. 20-29, 1971 . 87.72 

Paul N. McCloskey, Jr 11th, Calif Dec. 4-5, 1971 . 388 00 

Mike McCormack 4th, Wash Dec. 9-10, 1971 388 00 

Mike McKevitt.... 1st, Colo Dec. 2-7, 1971. . 264 00 

Ralph H. Metcalfe 1st, III Nov. 28-Dec. 2, 1971 146 60 

William S. Moorhead 14th, Pa... 1971 750 00 

Ancher Nelsen 2d, Minn Dec. 10-13, 1971 161 60 

James G. O'Hara 12th, Mich Oct. 14-17, 1971 95 80 

W. R. Poage 11th, Tex.* Nov. 29, 1971. _ 102.00 

Do... do __ Dec. 11-14, 1971 200.00 

Ray Roberts 4th, Tex Dec. 10-12,1971. 207 20 

J. Edward Roush 4th, Ind Dec. 13-16, 1971 131 17 

Edward R. Roybal 30th, Calif Dec. 10-13, 1971 .. 388 00 

Harold Runnels 2d, N. Mex Dec. 10-12, 1971 297 20 

Philip E. Ruppe 11th, Mich July 22-26, 1971. . .. 210 00 

Do do Sept. 30-Oct. 3, 1971 150.00 

John G. Schmitz _._. 35th, Calif __ Dec. 3-5, 1971 403 60 

Richard G. Shoup 1st, Mont Nov. 18-23, 1971 311 00 

Robert L F. Sikes. 1st, Fla Sept. 15-21, 1971 238 08 

Do do Oct. 1-10. 1971 238.08 

Do do... _. Nov. 18-28, 1971 238.08 

Burt L. Talcott 12th, Calif Dec. 9-11, 1971... 406.12 

Charles Thone 1st, Nebr __ Nov. 5-7, 1971 208.00 

Do. do Dec. 2-5, 1971 208.00 

Morris K. Udall 2d, Ariz Dec. 9-12, 1971 332.00 

Lionel Van Deerlin 37th, Calif Dec. 10-12, 1971 . 320.00 

Joe D. Waggonner, Jr 4th, La._ Dec. 2-6, 1971 196.60 

Jerome R.Waldie.. 14th, Calif Oct. 7-11, 1971 325.00 

Jamie L. Whitten 2d, Miss Dec. 7-8, 1971 138.00 

Jim Wright... 12th, Tex Dec. 7-11, 1971 242.80 

Sidney R. Yates. 9th, III Nov. 18-28, 1971 . 132.00 

Do ...do Dec. 10-11, 1971 102.00 

John M. Zwach... 6th, Minn Dec. 2-5, 1971 146.00 

4811 John T.Myers 7th, Ind July 1-5, 1971 168.00 

4812 Do do Aug. 6-Sept. 6, 1971 168.00 

4813 Do... do Sept. 24-28, 1971 168.00 

4814 Do __ ..do Oct. 14-18, 1971. 168.00 

4815 Do do Nov. 26-28, 1971.. 168.00 

4816 Do _._.do _ Dec. 17-22, 1971 168.00 

30 4959 JamesAbourezk 2d, S. Dak Dec. 16-22, 1971 . . 429.40 

Carl Albert.. __ 3d, Okla Dec. 17-19, 1971 ... 214.00 

John B.Anderson 16th, III Dec. 13-15, 1971 . ... 151.20 

Bill Archer 7th, Tex Dec. 16-20, 1971 249.20 

Leslie C. Arends 17th, III Sept. 17-18, 1971... 162.00 

Do. do Nov. 13, 1971 150.16 

Do... do Pec. 8-9, 1971... 162.00 

Thomas L. Ashley 9th, Ohio Dec. 11-12, 1971 118.32 

Haie Boggs 2d, La... Dec. 18-20, 1971 201.00 

BobCasey 22d, Tex.* Dec. 8, 1971 98.60 

Do.. ...do. Dec. 14-18, 1971... 197.20 

Philip M. Crane 13th, III Dec. 18-20, 1971.. 104.40 

Ronald V. Dellums 7th, Calif. _ July 16-20, 1971... 408.00 

Do do Oct. 22-24, 1971 408.00 

Jack Edwards. 1st, Ala Dec. 17-23, 1971 252.60 

O. C. Fisher 21st, Tex Dec. 16-17, 1971... 271.64 

Augustus F. Hawkins 21st, Calif Dec. 17-21, 1971 398.00 

Richard H. Ichord 8th, Mo Dec. 11-12, 1971... 192.80 

Robert W. Kastenmeier... 2d, Wis Sept. 5-7, 1971 158.00 

Do.. do Oct. 1-3, 1971 108.00 

Do ....do Dec 14-16,1971 164.00 

Abraham Kazen.Jr 23d, Tex Dec 17-19,1971.. 248.00 

Peter Kyros 1st, Maine Dec 4-6,1971 143.64 

Phil M. Landrum 9th, Ga Dec 8-11, 1971... 126.00 

Robert L. Leggett 4th, Calif... Dec 10-13,1971... 414.26 

Speedy O. Long... 8th, La.* Dec. 15,1971 134.52 

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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— 1, as amended — Continued 

Congressman Congressional district Date 

1971 

Dec. 30 4959 Robert McClory. 12th, III Dec 19-30, 1971 $206.60 

Robert C. McEwen 31st, N.Y July 15-19, 1971. . . 113 60 

James D. (Mike) McKevitt. 1st, Colo Dec 10-14,1971 212 CO 

James R. Mann 4th,SC* Dec 15,1971 63 47 

Patsy T. Mink _ 2d, Hawaii * Dec 10,1971 35123 

James G. O'Hara 12th, Mich * _ .Nov 13,1971 53 40 

Thomas P. O'Neill, Jr 8th, Mass Sept 24-27,1971 126 60 

Do. ....do Oct. 21-26, 1971.... 126 60 

Do _..do Nov. 23-29, 1971 126.60 

Tom Railsback 19th, 111 * Dec 13,1971 76 84 

Wm. J. Randall 4th, Mo.* Dec. 11, 1971 . 136 51 

William J. Scherle 7th, Iowa. Dec. 10, 1971 183 20 

H.Allen Smith 20th, Calif.*... Dec. 11, 1971 194 00 

J. William Stanton 11th, Ohio Dec. 16, 1971 91 04 

SamSteiger 3d, Ariz... Dec. 9-11, 1971 334 00 

Robert G. Stephens, Jr 10th, Ga Nov. 12-14, 1971 152 20 

Do... _._.do._ Nov. 21-28, 1971 149.98 

LouisStokes 21st, Ohio... Dec. 14-15, 1971.. 81 92 

Vernon W. Thomson 3d, Wis ._ Nov. 20-23, 1971 166 80 

Charles A. Vanik 22d, Ohio Dec. 15-19, 1971 80 00 

4971 Julia Butler Hansen 3d, Wash.* Dec. 14, 1971 206.24 

Net refunds and adjustments _ i(8.00) 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 324,497.08 

OFFICIAL EMPLOYEES' TRANSPORTATION EXPENSES 

Reimbursement for official transportation expenses for employees, round trip, between 
Washington, D.C., and congressional district as authorized by 2 U.S.C. 127a: 

Congressional 
Employee Congressman district Date 

1971 

July 2 70 Alice L. Abernethy Thomas G. Abernethy.. 1st, Miss May 15-June 22, $224 88 

1971. 

Sharon E.Oper... Bella S. Abzug 19th, N.Y June 11-13, 1971 68.00 

Donald R. Wolfensberger John B. Anderson 16th, III.* Apr. 30-May 2, 1971 48.00 

Robert G. Lange. _. Les Aspin _ 1st, Wis June 4-13, 1971. 108.80 

Mildred Akin Hugh L. Carey.. 15th, N.Y May 14-17, 1971 69.88 

Frank H. Rathbun William D. Ford 15th, Mich.. .. June 15-20, 1971 140.38 

Nancy Van Coverden... Martha W. Griffiths 17th, Mich.. May 12-16 1971 74.00 

James Milton Sparling, James Harvey 8th, Mich Apr. 13-15, 1971 167.08 

Jr. 

Do ..do do June 1-6, 1971 . 167.08 

Alyce D. Canaday Peter N. Kyros 1st, Maine June 9-13, 1971. 143.64 

Jack Crandall Manuel Lujan, Jr. 1st, N. Mex June3-6,197i 272.00 

Frances H. Light.. James H. (Jimmy) 1st, Tenn June 9-13, 1971 102.72 

Quillen. 

Paul E. Pendergast William R. Roy 2d, Kans . June 14-20, 1971 298 28 

Christopher Farrand Philip E. Ruppe 11th, Mich June 2-5, 1971 206.12 

Frederic N.Smith John H. Terry 34th, N.Y... June 7-9, 1971 73.20 

9 188 Larry Bodinson Richard Boiling 5th, Mo June 15-21 1971 192 52 

Michael A. Forgash Elford A. Cederberg.... 10th, Mich June 24-27, 1971 169.52 

Richard E. Powell David W. Dennis 10th, I nd June 16-26, 1971 135.50 

George W. Jackson Edwin D. Eshleman 16th, Pa.. June 2, 1971 27.96 

Do ..do do. Junel7, 1971 27.96 

Robert E. Hess Joseph E. Karth 4th, Minn June 23-29, 1971 186.00 

Robert J. Baughman Romano L. Mazzoli 3d, Ky... June 24-27 1971 160 82 

Mike Vinich... Teno Roncalio At Large, Wyo.. May 24-June 24, 430.70 

1971. 

Robert A. Geier John G. Schmitz 35th, Calif.... June 19-25, 1971 397.60 

15 327 Hector Alcalde. __ Sam Gibbons 6th, Fla.* June 23, 1971 123.84 

328 Carl W. Cardin John Paul Hammer- 3d, Ark. Feb. 10-24, 1971 288.24 

schmidt. 

Do do ..do. Apr. 8-19, 1971 288.24 

Kaz Oshiki Robeit W. Kastenmeier. 2d, Wis.* June 16, 1971 112.93 

James J. Coakley Robeit L. Leggett 4th, Calif.* June 26, 1971 381.64 

Joseph E. Croken Torbert H. Macdonald _. 7th, Mass ... June 10-16, 1971 131.44 

Peter Barash Benjamin S. Rosenthal 8th, N.Y June4-6 1971 70.00 

Jere B. Ratcliffe Floyd D. Spence 2d,S.C . Jan. 20-22, 1971 127.78 

23 477 John Thorne... James Abourezk 2d,S.Dak June 17-24, 1971 269.50 

Robert C. Ruben James C. Corman 22d, Calif.*. . June 12, 1971 353.47 

James J. McCabe Thaddeus J. Dulski 41st, N.Y June 15-18, 1971 96.62 

Jean Johnson Abner J. Mikva 2d, III June 23-27, 1971 139.25 

Marion F. Bishop Jamie L. Whitten 2d, Miss.* June 21, 1971 125.28 



i Includes refund of $12.00 from Congressman Charles H. Wilson. 
* One way. 

71-124 — 72 18 



268 

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 

1971 

Aug. 3 892 D. Eileen Nixon Robert N. Giaimo 3d, Conn.*. June 26, 1971 $35.00 

893 Vernice Holifield.. Chet Holifield 19th, Calif.* June 24, 1971 145.50 

896 Herb Wadsworth Don Fuqua. 2d, Fla.* June 14, 1971 97.68 

Donald Ruby Elwood Hillis 5th, Ind.* June 30, 1971 80.56 

11 1063 Mary Lou Lucas John J. Flynt, Jr 6th, Ga Apr. 1-13, 1971 165.34 

Margaret J.Sugg Nick Galifianakis 4th, N.C June 11-30, 1971 70.54 

Barbara M. Fletcher do ...do June 18-30, 1971 70.54 

Willard L.Phillips, Jr... Wilmer (Vinegar Bend) 5th, N.C Feb. 24-25, 1971 52.00 

Mizell. 

Donald Rhodes... Charles W. Sandman, 2d, N.J June 2-4, 1971 60.66 

Jr. 

Maureen Drummy Sam Steiger 6th, Wis Dec. 13-26, 1970 119.00 

18 1198 J. Dale Thorn Edwin W. Edwards 7th, La May 27-June 21, 324.48 

1971. 

Virginia P. Turner. Ray J. Madden 1st, Ind Oct. 29-Nov. 6, 1970. 169.80 

24 1291 Hugh G. Hart, Jr Earle Cabell 5th, Tex Apr. 6-13, 1971 350.88 

Jeannette Cantwell John D. Dingell 16th, Mich Apr. 12-19, 1971 136.20 

Louise Shadduck Orval Hansen 2d, Idaho* Apr. 29, 1971 282.34 

Wallace LJernigan W.S. (Bill) Stuckey, Jr. 8th, Ga Apr. 10-20, 1971 175.06 

Do do. do May 10-21, 1971 175.06 

Jon Hawley Guy Vander Jagt 9th, Mich.* June 30, 1971 72.00 

Sarah Margaret Martin. _do_ do*. do.. 72.00 

Leonard R.Smith Floyd V. Hicks... 6th, Wash.* June 2, 1971 356.80 

Thomas O. Kay John H. Buchanan 6th, Ala June 21, 1971. 142.00 

Ray A. Huber Fred B. Rooney 15th Pa May 21-23, 1971 51. 12 

Do do do June 11-13, 1971.... 51.12 

R. Burnett Thompson... G. William Whitehurst.. 2d,Va Jan. 8-10, 1971 55.80 

Dana W. Burden. Sam Steiger 3d, Ariz.* May 28, 1971 296.76 

Mark E. Talisman Charles A. Vanik 22d, Ohio. Apr. 2-4, 1971. 76.00 

Carolyn J. Smith Shirley Chisholm 12th, N.Y.* June 17, 1971. 34.00 

William L. First Thomas S. Foley 5th, Wash.* June 10, 1971 326.26 

William T. Deitz. Frank Thompson, Jr... 4th, N.J. May 6-7, 1971 47.30 

David Pickman F. Bradford Morse 5th, Mass Jan. 29, 1971 72.00 

George Dunigan __ Clarence E. Miller 10th, Ohio* June 4, 1971. 51.91 

Baron I. Shacklette Wright Patman.. 1st, Tex Apr. 9-12, 1971 260.24 

Rochella Sue Gerger.... Bdl Archer 7th, Tex Apr. 8-12, 1971 183.20 

Alma D. Butler... Robert L. F. Sikes 1st, Fla.* Jan. 23, 1971. 119.94 

Helen M. Tomascik Daniel J. Flood 11th, Pa Mar. 19-22, 1971 57.00 

Do ..do ....do June 18-21, 1971 57.00 





27 


1385 


Sept 


. 1 


1649 




13 


1837 
1852 


Oct. 


4 


2415 




28 


2915 


Nov. 


10 


3314 




24 


3719 


Dec. 


17 


4456 
4457 




23 


4753 
4754 



Total paid from 1971 appropriations 11,293.96 



July 23 473 Robert C. Ruben James C. Corman 22d, Calif.* July 6, 1971 353.47 

David C. Pruitt III Jack Edwards.... 1st, Ala July 7-14, 1971 252.60 

Hector Alcalde Sam Gibbons. 6th, Fla.*. July 5, 1971 123.84 

KazOshiki Robert W. Kastenmeier. 2d, Wis.* July 5, 1971 112.25 

James J. Coakley Robert L. Leggett 4th, Calif.* July 3, 1971 376.64 

Major L. McGee. John L. McMillan. 6th, S.C _. July 1-6,1971 102.60 

Marion F. Bishop Jamie L. Whitten. 2d, Miss.* July 1, 1971 125.28 

Aug. 3 895 Arlene L Glinka. Harold R. Collier 10th, III.. July 8-13, 1971 119.90 

Donald Ruby Eiwood Hillis 5th, Ind.* July 12, 1971.. 80.56 

Lawrence L Bowles Charles Raper Jonas... 9th, N.C... July 9-12, 1971 110.98 

Daisy Akahoshi... Patsy T. Mink. 2d, Hawaii* July 9, 1971. __ 217.00 

900 Michal Sue Prossar Bill D. Burlison 10th, Mo July 1-8, 1971 224.16 

Vernice Holifield Chet Holifield 19th, Calif.* July 19, 1971 145.50 

Mary Jean Long.. Stewart B. McKinney. . 4th, Conn.* July 26, 1971 35.00 

Neal J. Houston Robert T. Stafford At Large, Vt July 23-26, 1971 130.92 

Robert F. Hardgrove.... J. William Stanton 11th, Ohio July 21, 1971 97. 52 

William J. Akerstein.... Lionel Van Deerlin 37th, Calif July 6-17, 1971 280. 00 

Eva M. Erdman Joseph P. Vigorito 24th, Pa. July 25, 1971 55.00 

Jack M. Foulk... Chalmers P. Wylie 15th, Ohio. July 15-18, 1971 100. 12 

5 959 John W. Ellis Dawson Mathis 2d,Ga July 16-26, 1971 196.78 

11 1067 William Joslin James C. Cleveland.... 2d, N.H July 1-11, 1971 141.00 

Gwendolyn W. W. C. (Dan) Daniel 5th, Va July 22-Aug. 1, 1971. 63.60 

Thurman. 

John P. Hanley... Glenn R. Davis.. 9th, Wis July 9-11, 1971 144.00 

Minoru Yoshii. Patsy T. Mink. 2d, Hawaii July 6-25, 1971 428.25 

18 1200 JohnL.Gamble Ray Blanton 7th, Tenn.* July 20-30, 1971 103.68 

John C. H. Miller, Jr.... Walter Flowers 5th, Ala July 16-Aug. 2, 1971. 210.94 

Robert Valeu... Arthur A. Link 2d, N. Dak July 11-18, 1971 204.68 

ZoeGratsias.... AbnerJ. Mikva 2d, III July 25-Aug. 1, 1971. 122.00 

J. Rav Dotson William C. Wampler... 9th, Va July 30-Aug. 1. 1971. 96.60 

E. A. 'Ferguson Jerome R. Waldie 14th, Calif July 5-19, 1971 744.96 

24 1292 Peter E. Gruenstein Les Aspin 1st, Wis.. July 30-Aug. 1, 1971. 126.10 

Janet Kuhn Alphonzo Bell 28th, Calif Aug. 4-12, 1971 395. 50 

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269 

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 

1971 

Aug. 24 1292 James L. Oberstar John A. Blatnik 8th, Minn Aug. 12-14, 1971 $146.00 

Glenda Reed John W. Davis 7th, Ga Aug. 3-8, 1971 98.00 

Albert P. Gamache William D. Hathaway... 2d, Maine. July 3-12, 1971 171.72 

Louise Shadduck Orval Hansen 2d, Idaho* July 31, 1971.. 282.34 

Ronald C. Romans John Y. McCollister 2d, Nebr. Aug. 1-14, 1971 307. 52 

Jenalee D. Nivens John J. Rooney 14th, N.Y Aug. 14-15, 1971 62.00 

Sarah Margaret Martin.. Guy Vander Jagt 9th, Mich.* July 1, 1971. 48.00 

Jon Hawley do ..do.. do 48.00 

Peter Kelly Charles H. Wilson 31st, Calif July 20, 1971 540.11 

Gerard F. Schiappa Louis C. Wyman 1st, N.H.. Aug. 1-7, 1971 131. 70 

Sept. 2 1676 Donald M. Zahn Jackson E. Betts 8th, Ohio Aug. 12-19, 1971 124.14 

Donald Lee Johnson.... John Dowdy... 2d, Tex July 28-Aug. 9, 1971. 346.68 

George S. Trees, Jr John N. Erlenborn 14th, III Aug. 13-15, 1971 102. 00 

James E. Drake Richard H. Fulton 5th, Tenn Aug. 22-26, 1971 171.36 

Jean E. Morrow Robert McClory 12th, III... Aug. 18-24, 1971 206.60 

Peter C. Scrivner Melvin Price 24th, III Aug. 17-20, 1971 118.00 

William M.Hermelin.— Tom Railsback 19th, 111 Aug. 8-13, 1971 160.20 

C. Patrick Roberts Keith G. Sebelius 1st, Kans Aug. 7-22, 1971 354.24 

Thomas L. McElrath.... Frank A. Stubblefield.. 1st, Ky.* July 7, 1971 104. 16 

PaulS. Tipton Richard C. White. 16th, Tex. Aug. 11-23, 1971 506.16 

Marshall L. Lynam Jim Wright.. 12th, Tex.* Aug. 16, 1971.. 95.20 

8 1723 Russell A. Rourke Henry P. Smith III 40th, N.Y Sept. 2-7, 1971 104.62 

13 1839 RoyF.Carlson Julia Butler Hansen. ... 3d, Wash Aug. 25-Sept. 3, 1971. 404.68 

1853 Rita Carol Williams George H. Mahon 19th, Tex Aug. 13-Sept. 4, 208.08 

1971. 

14 1860 Janean L. Mann... John H. Buchanan 6th, Ala. Aug. 19-29, 1971 195.60 

1861 Davis B. Carter Jack Brooks 9th, Tex.. July 26-27, 1971 246.00 

David J. Umansky Joshua Eilberg 4th, Pa Aug. 13-23, 1971 34.56 

Richard Willow. Bill Frenzel 3d, Minn Aug. 18-30, 1971 296.22 

Oscar F. Juarez Louis Frey, Jr... 5th, Fla Aug. 18-27, 1971 233.40 

Barrie R.Jackson Floyd V. Hicks... 6th, Wash.* Aug. 5, 1971 358.00 

Thomas E. Hunt Mike McCormack _ 4th, Wash July 9-Aug. 19, 1971. 683.74 

Donald O. Suliivan Wiley Mayne 6th, Iowa Aug. 6-24, 1971 323.01 

Robert J. Baughman Romano L. Mazzoli 3d, Ky Aug. 13-23, 1971 160.82 

Brian D. Dion Patsy T. Mink 2d, Hawaii* Aug. 2, 1971... 217.78 

Jean T. Holmes.. Larry Winn, Jr 3d, Kans Aug. 8-25, 1971 151.00 

1875 Elizabeth S. Neale Bill Alexander 1st, Ark... Aug. 28-31, 1971 142.40 

Henry R. Lambert Glenn M. Anderson 17th, Calif Aug. 14-30, 1971 398.56 

William H. Cleary Wayne N. Aspinall 4th, Colo Aug. 8-29, 1971 318.96 

Eugene Kennedy Nick Begich At Large, Aug. 20-Sept. 6, 603.06 

Alaska. 1971. 

Ron Schrader.. Bob Bergland 7th, Minn Aug. 28-Sept. 3, 341.48 

1971. 

Betty S. Johnson Tom Bevill 7th, Ala... Aug. 6-15, 1971 147.25 

Anita S. Charles Del Clawson 23d, Calif Aug. 19-Sept. 6, 400.24 

1971. 

John R. Buckley Dante B. Fascell 12th, Fla Sept. 3-7, 1971 167.00 

Robert J. Wichser Paul Findley 20th, III. Aug. 15-18, 1971 116.50 

Helen S. Pauly.. _. O.C.Fisher... 21st, Tex Aug. 6-28, 1971 308.28 

Mattie Mae McKee.. .do do Aug. 7-Sept. 6, 1971. 250.00 

James E.Stiner, Jr William H. Harsha 6th, Ohio Aug. 17-23, 1971 112.38 

Shirley A. Puishis Floyd V. Hicks 6th, Wash.* Sept. 6, 1971... 199.00 

Woodfen McLean Ed Jones... 8th, Tenn Aug. 4-Sept. 5, 1971. 213. 00 

Ray Lancaster do do Aug. 14-Sept. 6, 213.00 

1971. 

Thomas W. Lambeth.... Richardson Preyer 6th, N.C Aug. 23-Sept. 7, 77. 98 

1971. 

Forest W. Reece, J r Robert Price 18th, Tex Aug. 18-Sept. 4, 403.80 

1971. 

Lester Rosen Garner E. Shriver 4th, Kans Aug. 29-Sept. 4, 202.50 

1971. 

Charles M. Seeger Charles M. Teague 13th, Calif Aug. 13-28, 1971 349. 00 

Richard L Hanneman... Vernon W. Thomson... 3d, Wis Aug. 6-26, 1971 149.80 

James Conmy Al Ullman 2d, Oreg Aug. 25-Sept. 2, 380. 56 

1971. 

1876 Christian R.Holmes IV.. William S. Mailliard.... 6th, Calif.* Sept. 6, 1971 160.00 

21 1984 John W. Ellis Dawson Mathis.. 2d, Ga.. Sept. 7-20, 1971 196.78 

22 2016 JamesAustin Mark Andrews 1st, N. Dak July 30-Sept. 5, 337.02 

1971. 

Rosalie Sevier Page Belcher 1st, Okla.* Aug. 7, 1971 103.00 

Randolph H. Parro Patrick T. Caffery 3d, La July 31-Aug. 17, 314.40 

1971. 

Douglas L. Francisco.... Tim Lee Carter 5th, Ky.. Aug. 23-31, 1971 185. 28 

Katnerine Clyde James M. Collins 3d, Tex July 20-27, 1971 176.00 

Richard R. Fausset do ..do July 20-Aug. 3, 1971. 176.00 

•One way. 



270 

DETAILED STATEMENT GF 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 

1971 

Sept. 22 2016 Nan Heim John Dellenback 4th, Oreg Aug. 5-22, 1971 $388 00 

Robert J. Connor Bob Eckhardt 8th, Tex.*. Sept. 1-4, 1971 182 52 

Jean E. Gordon... Charles S. Gubser 10th, Calif Sept. 1-12, 1971 388.00 

Clifton Allen... F. Edward Hebert 1st, La.* Aug. 6, 1971.. 133.92 

George L Berg, J r Carleton J. King 30th, N.Y Sept. 1-8, 1971 .. 117.80 

James H.Lake Robert B. (Bob) 18th, Calif. Aug. 3-Sept. 8, 1971 720.64 

Mathias. 

Beverly Jan Goslin Wilbur D. Mills 2d, Ark.*... Sept. 6, 1971 69 00 

David M. Elder Robert G. Stephens, 10th, Ga Aug. 1-Sept. 7, 1971. 149.98 

Jr. 

William P.Steponkus... Charles W.Whalen, Jr.. 3d, Ohio Aug. 10-17, 1971. 126.26 

Mary Angela Harris RogerH.Zion 8th, Ind Aug. 23-Sept. 1, 1971 190.80 

28 2151 Robert H. McFadden... Charles E. Chamberlain. 6th, Mich Sept. 13-15, 1971 . 90.00 

Trent Lott William M. Colmer 5th, Miss Aug. 8-Sept. 10, 1971 263.52 

E. Irene Neese._ Thaddeus J. Dulski 41st, N.Y.. Sept. 2-7, 1971 96.62 

Frank Meyer Gerald R. Ford 6th, Mich Aug. 21-Sept 8.1971 173.00 

Barbara A. Morris Norman F. Lent 5th, N.Y Sept. 10-14, 1971 74.72 

Laurence F. Fitzgerald.. Jack H. McDonald 19th, Mich Sept. 16-19,1971 150.06 

Donald Rhodes Charles W. Sandman, Jr 2d, N.J Sept. 10-11, 1971.. . 60.66 

JereB. Ratcliffe Floyd Spence 2d,S.C July 14-19,1971 127.78 

Neal J. Houston. _. Robert T. Stafford AtLarge.Vt Sept. 15-16,1971 130.92 

Margaret K.Harding Frank A. Stubblefield... 1st, Ky_ Aug. 6-22, 1971 214.02 

Do do do* Aug. 28, 1971 107.01 

William H. Palmer Charles Thone lst.Nebr Aug. 13-Sept. 10,1971 320.13 

L.Stanley Kemp Wendell Wyatt 1st, Oreg Sept. 8-16, 1971 388.00 

Oct. 4 2414 Carolyn J. Smith Shirley Chisholm 12th, N.Y.* Aug. 12,1971 34.00 

Celia Hare Martin Eligio de la Garza 15th, Tex Aug. 7-Sept. 25, 1971 291.50 

Donald R.Hopkins Ronald V. Dellums 7th, Calif July 7-11, 1971 408.00 

GaryK. Madson Paul Findley 20th, III Sept. 16-20,1971.... 212.13 

William L. First ThomasS. Foley 5th, Wash.* July 9, 1971 326.26 

Patricia D. Hyder James H. Quillen lst.Tenn Sept. 1-5, 1971 102.72 

William T. Deitz Frank Thompson, Jr.... 4th, N.J Sept. 4-9. 1971 47.30 

19 2643 James C.Marshall Alphonzo Bell 28th, Calif Oct. 3-7, 1971 388.00 

20 2764 A.G.Schultz Edward Hutchinson 4th, Mich Oct. 9-10, 1971 132.40 

2783 JamesA.Wise. William R. Anderson... 6th,Tenn July 21-26, 1971 190.32 

DeniseGladue Mark Andrews. 1st, N. Dak Aug. 6-28, 1971 338.12 

George C. Armstrong. .. John M. Ashbrook 17th, Ohio Aug. 30-31, 1971 66.00 

Electra C. Wheatley ...do do.... Aug. 29-31, 1971.... 102.86 

Arlo T. Wagner.. Donald D. Clancy 2d, Ohio Sept. 23-28, 1971.... 76.00 

Jeannette Cantwell John D. Dingell 16th, Mich Sept. 13-29, 1971.... 136.20 

Billy C. Sponsler Richard H. Ichord 8th, Mo Sept. 19-20, 1971.... 158.80 

Douglas J. Jones. Alton Lennon 7th, N.C Aug. 16-28, 1971 87.72 

Jean McLean.. do do Aug. 9-Sept. 7, 1971. 87.72 

Chloe M. Glass.. W. R. Poage... 11th, Tex__ Aug. 7-17, 1971 369.30 

Ken Scarborough. Graham Purcell 13th, Tex Sept. 8-16, 1971 293.94 

Richard D. Hapke. Harold Runnels 2d, N. Mex Aug. 11-Sept. 9, 1971 364.00 

Chester R. Dreher Richard G. Shoup 1st, Mont Sept. 26-Oct. 2, 1971. 332.00 

Marion F. Bishop Jamie L. Whitten 2d, Miss July 31-Aug. 30,1971. 250.56 

2784 John J. King. James A. Burke 11th, Mass Sept. 23-26, 1971.... 126.44 

Bernard A. Mandella... Joseph M. Gaydos 20th, Pa Sept. 30-Oct.4, 1971. 61.34 

Hortence G. Mena Henry B. Gonzalez 20th, Tex.* Aug. 6-24, 1971 109.00 

Mollie D. Cohen William S. Moorhead... 14th, Pa Sept. 30-Oct. 1, 1971. 74.00 

Michael J. Feld William J. Scherle 7th, Iowa Sept. 18-Oct. 4, 1971. 309.64 

Gordon Charles Kerr.... James H. Scheuer 22d, N.Y Sept. 25-29, 1971.... 74.88 

Paul G. Rosenblatt Sam Steiger 3d, Ariz.* Aug. 13, 1971 297.00 

Catherine C. Parham .. Bob Wilson. 36th, Calif Sept. 3-Oct. 3, 1971.. 398.00 

26 2856 John Rainbolt.. Graham Purcell ..13th, Tex Oct. 10-13, 1971 224.28 

27 2864 Paul D. Hinkle John E. Moss 3d, Calif.* Oct. 19, 1971 342.93 

2867 J. Richard Sewell Charles E. Bennett 3d,Fla... Oct. 4-7, 1971 115.00 

Shirley Downs Shirley Chisholm 12th, N.Y.* Sept. 10, 1971 42.00 

Thaddeus Garrett. do. .do* Oct. 1, 1971 42.00 

George R. Wolfe Samuel L. Devine 12th, Ohio Sept. 22, 1971 66. 00 

David T. Daze Barry M. Goldwater, 27th, Calif July 4-Aug. 1, 1971.. 727.80 

Jr. 

KazOshiki... . Robert W. Kastenmeier. 2d, Wis Aug. 14-28, 1971.... 231.30 

Monica Ingrid Blum Edward I. Koch 17th, N.Y Oct. 5-6, 1971 54.00 

Charles E. Blake.... W. R. Poage 11th, Tex.* Jan. 20 and Aug. 19, 369.30 

1971. 

Chester Roy Julian Richard G. Shoup 1st, Mont Oct. 6-13, 1971 332.00 

Nov. 1 3056 David M. McFall Lee H. Hamilton 9th, Ind. Sept. 15-17, 1971.... 116.60 

Lynda Ann Lehrman Stewart B. McKinney.. 4th, Conn.* Sept. 26-Oct. 3, 41. 50 

1971. 

James O. Hughes Thomas M. Pelly 1st, Wash Oct. 9-18, 1971 314.00 

Allan Schimmel Fred Schwengel 1st, Iowa Sept. 24-Oct. 10, 232.26 

1971. 

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271 

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 

1971 

Nov. 1 3056 William E. Tanner M. G. (Gene) Snyder.. . 4th, Ky July 23-26, 1971 $155.06 

Charles Hoyt Wendell Wyatt 1st, Oreg.*. Oct. 14, 1971.. _ 194.00 

Mary Anderson Bain.... Sidney R. Yates 9th, ML... Sept. 30-Oct. 7, 138. 7o 

1971. 

8 3217 AdrianWinkel Phillip Burton 5th, Calif Oct. 7-15, 1971 388.00 

Joseph E. Croken Torbert H. Macdonald.. 7th, Mass Oct. 1-4, 1971 131.44 

Esther P. Miller. George P. Miller 8th, Calif Aug. 13-Oct. 25, 274.50 

1971. 

Dorothy J. Gusler Philip E. Ruppe 11th, Mich Oct. 14-17, 1971 174.00 

Joseph Scanlon . .. Fernand J. St Germain. 1st, R.I Oct. 18-21, 1971 105.60 

Goldie Mae Eckl George E.Shipley 23d, III Aug. 16-23, 1971.... 174.86 

LesterRosen . .. Garner E. Shriver _ 4th, Kans Oct. 6-13, 1971 196.00 

CharlesHoyt Wendell Wyatt 1st, Oreg.*. Oct. 21, 1971 194.00 

11 3318 Alice L. Abernethy Thomas G. Abernathy.. 1st, Miss Oct. 21-Nov. 3, 1971. 224. 83 

Robert L. Tonsing . Donald G. Brotzman..- 2d, Colo.* Oct. 29, 1971 221.03 

Joan M. Southard John N. Happy Camp.. 6th, Okla Oct. 7-14, 1971 243.60 

Stanley W. Hulett Don H. Clausen 1st, Calif Aug. 10-Sept. 5, 365.58 

1971. 

Victor Kamber Seymour Halpern 6th, N.Y Oct. 25, 1971 87.50 

Georee Dunigan Clarence E. Miller 10th, Ohio* Aug. 9, 1971.. 51. V. 

William R. Emstad Ancher Nelsen 2d, Minn Oct. 26-29, 1971 228.24 

Linda R. Reivitz David R. Obey 7th, Wis. Aug. 23-30, 1971 257.74 

Williard F Partington... Fernand J. St Germain. 1st, R.I Oct. 26-29, 1971 105.60 

Rachel Halterman Charles Thone 1st, Nebr Oct. 21-31, 1971 185.00 

19 3557 William P. Hojnacki John Brademas 3d, Ind Nov. 6-7, 1971 A 3 ?- 22 

Robert L. Tonsing Donald G. Brotzman... 2d, Colo.* Nov. 6, 1971 221.03 

Hugh G. Hart, Jr Earle Cabell 5th, Tex Aug. 9-18, 1971 350.88 

Joaqufn A. Marquez ... Jorge L. Cordova (Res. Comm.) Nov. 5-7, 1971 198.00 

P.R. 

FrankA. Madden Dominick V. Daniels... 14th, N.J Oct. 25-Nov. 2, 1971. 63.90 

Barbara J. Williams.... Ronald V. Dellums 7th, Calif Oct. 29-31, 1971 408.00 

Norma Autrey Wm. Jennings Bryan 3d,S.C Oct. 20-23, 1971 130.90 

Richard H.White, Jr.... Ed Edm'ondson 2ri,Okla Oct. 29-Nov. 3, 1971. 222.00 

Roberts T. Jones Marvin L. Esch... 2d, Mich Sept. 23-Oct. 12, 143.32 

1971. 

D. Eileen Nixon Robert N. Giaimo 3d, Conn Nov. 1-3, 1971 70.00 

James G. Hanchett Craig Hosmer 32d, Calif Oct. 19-Nov. 5, 1971. 541.75 

RufusH. Myers, Jr Andrew Jacobs, Jr 11th, Ind ._ Nov. 1-6, 1971... ... 90. 0o 

Richard A. Applegate do ....do* Nov. 5, 1971 73.75 

Ann Garlington Todd... James R. Mann.. 4th, S.C Sept. 23-Oct. 3, 127.06 

1971. 

Lancee Jo Gamston do do. Oct. 1-11, 1971 127.05 

Paul Brokaw... William E. Minshall 23d, Ohio Nov. 3-9, 1971. 100.62 

Peter Stockton William S. Moorhead... 14th, Pa Sept. 27, 1971 68.00 

Paul E. Pendergast William R. Roy 2d, Kans Oct. 28-Nov. 1, 1971. 298.28 

Richard L. Bond Larry Winn, Jr 3d, Kans Oct. 31-Nov. 3, 1971. 148.00 

24 3698 Ronald A. Michieli . . Wayne N. Aspinall 4th, Colo Oct. 30-Nov. 4, 1971. 238. Oo 

J. Richard Sewell Charles E. Bennett 3d, Fla Nov. 2-14, 1971 188.80 

Morton L Linder John Brademas 3d, Ind Oct. 6-8, 1971 156.00 

Florence O. Timko Bob Casey 22d,Tex Aug. 29-Oct. 11, 200.00 

1971. 

Rose M. Meloney Dominick V. Daniels.. 14th, N.J. Oct. 27-Nov. 1, 1971. 63.90 

E. M. Hutton Thomas N. Downing. __ 1st, Va Oct. 7-11, 1971 45.60 

Do do do Nov. 12-15, 1971.... 45.60 

Lina Maitland IvlcCord.. John J. Flynt, Jr 6th, Ga Aug. 6-Oct. 7, 1971.. 165.34 

Dale Maclver Donald M. Fraser 5th, Minn Nov. 11-15, 1971.... 147.44 

Bernard A. Mandella... Joseph M. Gaydos 20th, Pa Nov. 12-16, 1971 61.3a 

Alice V. Myers. James A. Haley 7th, Fla Oct. 3-17, 1971 163.00 

Marilee B. MacNichol do ..do Oct. 21-26, 1971 164.12 

Thomas A. Hayes William J. Keating 1st. Ohio Oct. 12-14, 1971 76.00 

James K. Archibald Paul S. Sarbanes 4th, Md Nov. 15, 1971. 10. 3^ 

Do do do Ncv. 16, 1971 10.32 

John D. Taylor David E. Satterfield. 3d,Va Oct. 8-11, 1971 28.56 

Hi- 
Do do ..do Oct. 29-Nov. 1 : 1971. 28.56 

Veronica Stevens Gus Yatron 6th, Pa Sept. 7-9, 1971 39.24 

Joseph P.Gemmell do do Oct. 11-13, 1971 39.24 

Charlotte N. Norris . Clement J. Zablocki. .. 4th, Wis Oct. 22-Nov. 8, 1971. 222.64 

3720 Terrence L. Bracy. Morris K. Udall 2d, Ariz Oct. 27-Nov. 7. 1971. 232.00 

Dec. 8 4126 C. Edward Forehand II.. Watkins M. Abbitt 4th, Va Sept. 17-20, 1971.... 49.63 

Do do do Nov. 12, 1971. 49.68 

Marjorie L. Baring Walter S. Baring- At Large, Nev... Nov. 7-20, 1971 378.00 

Edythe Edwards James T. Broyhill 10th, N.C Nov. 19-20, 1971.... 80.00 

Arlo T.Wagner Donald D. Clancy 2d, Ohio Nov. 16-18, 1971 76.00 

*One way. 



272 

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 

1971 

Dec. 8 4126 Michael Petrina Silvio 0. Conte 1st, Mass Nov. 11-13, 1971 $108.04 

Jesse Gonzales Eligio de la Garza 15th, Tex, Oct. 17-25, 1971 45S.9S 

Joan M. Kunkel John G. Dow_ 27th, N.Y Oct. 17-20. 1971 85.92 

Robert J. Connor Bob Eckhardt 8th, Tex.* Nov. 25, 1971 182.52 

Iric Nathanson Donald M. Fraser 5th, Minn Aug. 14-Sept. 6, 1971. 301.80 

A. S. F. Imber James G. Fulton __ 27th, Pa.. Sept. 13-16, 1971.... 60.28 

Do _...do do Oct. 5-7, 1971 60.28 

Louise Shadduck Orval Hansen. 2d, Idaho Sept. 8-27, 1971 247.00 

Raymond F. Barnes John J. McFall. 15th, Calif Nov. 15-24, 1971 404.56 

JamesH.Lake Robert B. (Bob) 13th, Calif Nov. 3-22, 1971 715.40 

Mathias. 

Ralph Vinovich. Robert H. Michel 18th, III Nov. 7-15, 1971 204.62 

Martha Mahoney William E. Minshall 23d, Ohio Nov. 11-15, 1971 100.62 

W. E. Ainsworth.Jr G. V. (Sonny) 4th, Miss Nov. 19-28, 1971.... 236.02 

Montgomery. 

John T. White II Richard H. Poff 6th, Va.. Oct. 15-17, 1971 70.80 

O.Ann Dunbar JohnP.Saylor 22d, Pa. Aug. 11-16, 1971.... 43.56 

George R. Berdes Clement J. Zablocki.... 4th, Wis Aug. 7-Sept. 5, 1971. 221. 54 

15 4412 John Thome.. James Abourezk 2d, S. Dak Aug. 15-22, 1971 280.00 

J. David Keaney Edward P. Boland 2d, Mass Sept. 21-22, 1971.... 106.34 

Patrick J. Donoghue... do... do Sept. 23-Oct. 4, 105.34 

1971. 

Thomas E. Hooker Bill Chappell, Jr 4th, Fla... Nov. 12-27, 1971.... 205.64 

David J. Umansky Joshua Eilberg 4th, Pa Nov. 21-24, 1971 39.24 

Lawrence L Bowles Charles Raper Jonas... 9th, N.C Nov. 18-22, 1971 110.98 

Thomas A. Hayes William J. Keating 1st, Ohio Nov. 16-17, 1971 83.05 

Paul W. Winegar Sherman P. Lloyd 2d, Utah. Nov. 21-30, 1971 563.40 

Eulalia O. Corbin Robert McClory 12fh, III Sept. 27-Nov. 27, 206.60 

1971. 

Laurence F. Fitzgerald,. Jack H. McDonald 19th, Mich Oct. 29-Nov. 1, 1971. 150.06 

George Phenix J. J. Pickle 10th, Tex Aug. 7-Sept. 4, 1971. 393.36 

Do do ..do Nov. 14-28, 1971 393.36 

SharonAnne Otis G. Pike.. 1st, N.Y Nov. 19-28, 1971 58.00 

McLaughlin. 

Roger K.Johnson. Albert H. Quie 1st, Minn. Oct. 31-Nov. 12, 136.00 

1971. 

Carl W.Blake Donald W. Riegle, Jr... 7th, Mich Nov. 15-19, 1971 157.04 

Linda Armstrong Boyer. Ray Roberts 4th, Tex Nov. 6-21, 1971 191.60 

Maritha Dison.. Burt L. Talcott 12th, Calif Oct. 6-28, 1971 388.00 

Richard L Thompson... John H. Terry 34th, N.Y Oct. 29-Nov. 3, 1971. 94. 56 

17 4467 Rochella Sue Gerger.... Bill Archer 7th, Tex.. Sept. 16-22, 1971.... 193.20 

Charles A. Frandolig.... Bob Casey 22d, Tex.* Nov. 19, 1971 97.20 

Richard Willow. Bill Frenzel 3d, Minn Dec. 1-4, 1971 157. 15 

Herb Wadsworth Don Fuqua. 2d, Fla Oct. 9-22, 1971 195.36 

Clifton Allen.... F. Edward Hebert 1st, La Nov. 19-Dec. 5, 1971. 267.84 

Warren Eisenberg H. John Heinz III 18th, Pa Nov. 15-17, 1971.... 62.38 

Do _...do ...do Nov. 23-26, 1971.... 62.38 

Barbara A. Morris Norman F. Lent 5th, N.Y Nov. 24-Dec. 5, 1971. 72. 12 

JamesS. Friend Walter E. Powell 24th, Ohio. Oct. 5-11, 1971 134.66 

Harry M. Fox John P. Saylor 22d,Pa Dec. 3-6, 1971 43.56 

Earl H. Berg Robert H. Steele 2d, Conn _. Dec. 4-5, 1971 75.00 

20 4571 FloydJ. Lupton Walter B. Jones 1st, N.C July 22-26, 1971 69.30 

4572 Do... do ...do Nov. 24-29, 1971.... 69.30 



Total paid from 1972 appropriations.. 54,306.94 

Paid from 1970 appropriations 3,957.81 

Paid from 1971 appropriations 1,032,619.27 

Paid from 1972 appropriations _ 1,820,772.52 

Total 2,857,349.60 

STENOGRAPHIC REPORTS 

Stenographic reporting: 

Reporter Committee Date 

1971 

July 6 81 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor Mar. 17, 1971 $293.55 

Inc. 

82 Do ....do Apr. 21, 1971 39.90 

83 Do .do. Apr. 22, 1971.... 131.10 

15 258 Ace Federal Reporters, Appropriations Mar. 8, 1971 393.25 

Inc. 

*One way. 



273 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. STENOGRAPHIC REPORTS Amount 

Stenographic reporting — Continued 

Reporter Committee Date 

1971 

July 15 259 Ace Federal Reporters, Inc. House Administration Apr. 6-Mav 4, 1971.. $151.25 

260 Do__ _ Library (Joint) May 5, 1971. 148.50 

261 Do House Administration 74.25 

270 Alclerson Reporting Co., Education and Labor Apr. 28, 1971 285.00 

Inc. 

271 Do do... Apr. 22-29. 1971 855.00 

272 Do .... do Apr. 28, 1971 447.45 

273 Do ..do... --.. May 5, 1971 183.00 

274 Do ..do May 10, 1971 153.90 

275 Do do.... _.._ May 11-14, 1971 459.00 

276 Do" ..do May 11, 1971 74.10 

277 Do"" do.. May 12-27 1971 1,268.25 

278 Do Foreign Affairs Apr. 28, 1971.. 373.10 

279 Do do June 2, 1971 256.50 

280 Do ...do May 12-26, 1971 1,275.10 

281 Do do May 18, 1971 381.30 

282 Do do May20,1971 107.25 

283 Do. Judiciary May 26, 1971 374.85 

284 Do ....do -..- May26-June3,1971 682.20 

285 Do Merchant Marine and Fisheries.. Mar. 23, 1971 5.50 

286 Do Ways and Means.. Apr. 26-May 3, 1971 871.75 

287 Do do Apr. 6-22, 1971 1,454.75 

288 Do do . .. May 4-12, 1971 1,515.25 

289 Do do May 17, 1971 277.75 

290 Do do ..May 18, 1971 261.25 

291 Do... do June 2-3, 1971 785.40 

292 Do ...do June 3, 1971 38.50 

301 District Reporting Co Government Operations. Mar. 25, 1971 27.00 

302 Do... .. . do Apr. 6, 1971 55.00 

303 Do .do Apr. 20-21, 1971 533.25 

304 Do... ...do Apr. 22,1971 41.25 

305 Do do May5, 1971 55.00 

306 Do.. .. do May 3-6, 1971.. 1,179.90 

307 Do do May 18, 1971 115.50 

308 Do.. .do. May 24,1971.... 291.60 

309 Do do.... June2-8,1971 1,719.90 

311 Hoover Reporting Co., Inc.. House Administration Mar. 10, 1971 60.75 

312 Do .do Mar. 16, 1971 203.50 

313 Do do Apr. 28,1971. 18.00 

314 Do Merchant Marine and Fisheries.. May 6, 1971 186.30 

315 Do House Administration May 11, 1971 151.20 

316 Do do.. May 12, 1971 123.75 

317 Do... Merchant Marine and Fisheries.. May 18, 1971 173.25 

318 Do .do. May 24, 1971 248.40 

319 Ward & Paul Agriculture May 10, 1971 35.70 

320 Do do . . May 12-19, 1971 300.90 

321 Do Interior and Insular Affairs May 13-20, 1971 672.00 

322 Do Banking and Currency May 18-20, 1971 746.70 

323 Do Interior and Insular Affairs May 18, 1971 37.70 

324 Do .do May 26-June 9, 1971 225.60 

325 Ward, Smith, Paul & Interstate and Foreign May 3-7, 1971 914.85 

Alderson. Commerce. 

326 Do.. do May 10-13, 1971 1,054.50 

27 538 Ward & Paul District of Columbia May 11-17, 1971 474.75 

541 Alderson-Monick Report- Post Office and Civil Service Apr. 28, 1971.. 132.75 

ing Co. 

542 Do do. Apr. 29, 1971 42.75 

543 Do. do.. -... May 3-24, 1971 211.25 

544 Do do. May 5, 1971 38.25 

545 Do do. May 6, 1971 90.75 

546 Do do. . .. May 7-26, 1971 407.25 

547 Do do. May 11-18, 1971 409.50 

548 Do... _ ....do May 18, 1971 146.25 

551 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor Apr. 27, 1971 197.65 

Inc. 

552 Do.. do Apr. 27-May 10, 1971 1,958.40 

553 Do do May4,1971 99.75 

554 Do do do 184.25 

555 Do.. do do - 216.00 

556 Do Judiciary June 3, 1971 183.60 

557 Do Education and Labor May 5, 1971 65.55 

559 Do do May6,1971 196.65 

560 Do do May 13-14.1971 594.00 

561 Do do May 21, 1971 140.40 

562 Do Foreign Affairs Mar. 2, 1971 324.50 

563 Do do . Mar. 18, 1971 200.75 

565 Do ...Judiciary Apr. 27-28, 1971 346.20 

566 Do do Apr. 29-May 5, 1971 390.15 

567 Do do. . . May 5, 1971 150.45 

568 Do do May 6, 1971 142.80 

569 Do do. May 26, 1971 181.05 



274 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 




STENOGRAPHIC REPORTS 




Amount 




Stenographic reporting — I 


Continued 








Reporter 


Committee 


Date 




1971 










July 27 570 


Columbia Reporting Co., 


Armed Services 


. Apr. 21, 1971 


$38. 25 


571 


Do . 


do 


. Apr. 28, 1971.. 


22. 50 


572 


Do 


do 


. May 4-19, 1971 


777. 00 


573 


Do_ 


do__. 


. May 11,1971 


36. 00 


574 


Do 


do 


do 


29. 25 


575 


Do 


.do 


. May 13,1971, 


173.25 


576 


Do 


do. 


. May 25, 1971 


9.30 


577 


Do.... 


.do 


. Apr. 29,1971.. 


11.00 


578 


Do... 


do 


. Apr. 26-May 4, 1971 


1,561.35 


579 


Do 


do.. 


. Apr. 20-22, 1971 


290. 10 


580 


Do.... 


do 


. May 5-12, 1971 


1,095.90 


581 


Do 


do 


. May 6,1971 


104. 50 


582 


Do 


do 


. Mar. 23-24, 1971 


518.40 


583 


Do... 


do 


. May 25, 1971 


24.75 


584 


Do... 


do 


do 


74.25 


28 646 


Do.. 


do 


. Mar. 29-Apr. 28. 1971 


1,199.55 


647 


Do.. 


. Science and Astronautics 


. Apr.20, 1971 


159.-50 


648 


Do 


. Armed Services ... . _. __ 


. May 17-20,1971 


684. 75 


649 


Do 


do 


. Apr. 29 -May 7, 1971 


1,118.10 


650 


Do 


. Science and Astronautics __. _. 


. Apr. 29, 1971 


123.75 


Aug. 6 1002 


Alderson Reporting Co., 


Education and Labor 


. May 12, 1971 


205. 20 


1003 


Do 


. Foreign Affairs 


. Mar. 31-Apr. 6, 1971 


1, 405. 50 


1004 


Do 


. Veterans' Affairs. .. 


. May 25-27, 1971 


580. 80 


1005 


Do 


do 


. May 11-24. 1971... 


1, 039. 20 


11 1071 , 


Qlderson-Monick Report- 
ing Co. 


Post Office and Civil Service 


. June 22, 1971.... 


150.75 


1072 


Do 


do 


. June 10, 1971. 


45.00 


1073 


Do 


do 


. June 23, 1971- 


5.50 


1074 


Do 


do 


June 8-21, 1971.... 


778. 50 


1075 


Do 


do 


. June 24, 1971 


108. 00 


1076 


Do 


.do _. 


June 17, 1971 


83. 25 


1077 


Do 


do 


June 2, 1971 


175.50 


1078 


Do __ 


do ... .... 


do 


184.50 


1079 


Do 


do 


. June 14, 1971 


411.75 


1080 


Do 


do 


. June 3, 1971 


60.75 


1081 


Do 


do 


. June 23, 1971 


162. 00 


1082 


Do 


do 


do -. 


18. 00 


1083 


Do 


.do 


. June 22, 1971 


135.00 


1087 


District Reporting Co 


. Government Operations 


. June 8,1971.... • 


74.25 


1088 


Do.. 


do 


. June 15,1971. 


16. 50 


1089 


Do 


do. 


. June 14-16, 1971 


724. 50 


1090 


Do 


do.. 


. June 14, 1971 


143. 10 


1091 


Do 


. do . 


do 


3.20 


1092 


Hoover Reporting Co., Inc 


. Public Works 


. Feb. 18,1971... 


197.20 


1093 


Do 


_ do 


_ Mar. 15-17,1971- 


820. 80 


1094 


Do 


do 


. Mar. 15-19,1971 


1,425.60 


1095 


Do... 


do 


. Mar. 22, 1971 


26.10 


1096 


Do.. 


do 


. Mar. 24, 1971 


185.60 


1097 


Do.. 


do 


. Mar. 29,1971 


206. 40 


1098 


Do 


do 


. Mar. 30,1971 


307.20 


1099 


Do 


do.. 


. Apr. 20, 1971. 


176.90 


1100 


Ward & Paul 

Do 




- June 1-2, 1971 

. May 24-26, 1971 


272.85 


1101 


. Banking and Currency 


635.55 


1102 


Do.. _. 


do.... 


. June 2-8, 1971 


338. 35 


1103 


Do 


do.... 


. June 10, 1971 


175.20 


1104 


Do... 


do 


. June 15, 1971. 


107. 10 


1105 


Do 


. District oi' Columbia 


. May 25-June 10, 1971 


216.00 


1106 


Do __. 

Do 


do ... 

......do 


June 11, 1971 


184. 50 


1107 


. June 15-18 1971 


330. 75 


1108 


Ward. Smith, Paul & 
Alderson 


Interstate and Foreign 
Commerce 


June 16-30,1971. 


621.30 


1109 


Do.... 


do 


. June 28-30, 1971 


1,296.75 


18 1213 


Alderson Reporting Co., 


Education and Labor 


. May 17-June3, 1971 


663.00 


1214 


Inc. 
Do.. 


do 


May 12,1971... 


225. 15 


1215 


Do 

Hoover Reporting Co., Inc. 




. June 8, 1971 

. May 13,1971 


153.60 


1217 


. Merchant Marine and Fisheries. 


74.25 


1218 


Do 


do 


. June8,1971 


197. 10 


1219 


Do... 


do.... 


. June 15, 1971. 


49.50 


1220 


Ward & Paul 




June29, 1971 


433. 20 


1222 


Do.. 


Interior and Insular Affairs 


. May 24-June 10,1971 


1, 084. 80 


1223 


Do_ 


do... 


. June 3, 1971 


63.80 


25 1326 


Alderson Reporting Co., 
Inc. 
Do 




. June 2-3, 1971 


259. 35 


1327 


do 


. June 10 ,1971 


116.85 


1328 


Do... _._ 


. Judiciary - 


. June 16-17, 1971 


204. 00 


1329 


Do.. 


do 


. June 9-10, 1971 


303.45 


1330 


Do 


do. 


. June 23-24, 1971 


321. 30 



275 

DETAELED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. STENOGRAPHIC REPORTS Amount 



Stenographic reporting — Continued 

Reporter Committee Date 

1971 

Aug. 25 1336 Hoovsr Reporting Co., Appropriations Apr. 27-29, 1971 $1,355.75 

1337 "do do Apr. 1-5, 1971 682.00 

1341 Ward, Smith, Paul & fntsrstate and Foreign Com- May 24-June 10, 1971 3,169.20 

Alderson. merce. 

13^2 Do do May 18, 1971 379. Od 

1343 Do .'.'.'. do June 15-17, 1971 877.80 

26 1347 Ward & Paul Interior and Insular Affairs June 23, 1971 163.20 

1348 Do do June 29-30, 1971 638.40 

1349 Do" do June 30, 1971 11.60 

Sept. 11611 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor... May 20, 1971.. 136.80 

Inc 

1612 bo . do .May 21, 1971 .... 140. 4o 

1613 Do -. - -do _ Junel0,1971 216.00 

1614 Do" do June 17, 1971. 36.90 

1615 Do do June 22, 1971 79.20 

1616 Do Foreign Affairs.. Mar. 23, 1971 363.00 

1617 Do do June 1,1971.... .-.. 2/3.90 

1618 Do do June 17-24, 1971 539.25 

1619 Do"." do June 17, 1971 219.45 

1620 Hoover Reporting Co Inc. Merchant Marine and Fisheries.. May 25-26, June 2, 1971... 486.75 

1621 Do do June3-16, 1971 988. ^0 

1622 Do. Appropriations Apr. 22-26, May 3, 1971.... 660. CO 

24 2073 Columbia Reporting Co., Armed Services _ June 3, 1971 108.45 

Inc. .,,- „»■ 

2074 Do do June8,1971 115.65 

2075 Do ....do do 69.75 

2076 Do . . ..do _ June 9, 1971. 38.25 

2077 Do ..do June28,1971 119.25 

Oct 5 2421 Ward & Paul Interior and Insular Affairs June 21-28, 1971 826.50 

19 2672 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor May 19, 1971 481.65 

Inc. ,„,. .. 

2673 Do do June 30, 1971. 125.40 

2674 Do -do May6,1971 133.95 

2676 Do Foreign Affairs.... June 22, 1971... 361.95 

2677 Do do -do 224.10 

2678 Do . do June 2, 1971. — - 340.30 

2679 Do. do June 30, 1971 79.75 

2684 Do Judiciary June 10, 1971.... 206. 55 

2685 Do .do June2,1971 - 323.85 

2686 Do do June 19, 1971 - 311.10 

2687 Do do June 23 and 30, 1971 464.10 

2688 Do.... do .- June 9, 1971 — 150.45 

2697 Do Veterans' Affairs June 22,1971. 100.80 

2701 Alderson-Monick Report- Post Office and Civil Service Apr. 21-22, 1971 418.50 

ing Co 

2702 Do' do Apr 27-28, 1971 306.00 

2703 Do do May 11 and 17,1971 270.00 

2711 Columbia Reporting Co., Armed Services... June 9-25, 1971 1,459.50 

Inc. ,, oc 

2712 Do do _. June 28, 1971 - 41.25 

2737 Hoover Reporting Co., Merchant Marine and Fisheries.. June 2, 1971 187.00 

Inc. ,.„ „ 

2738 Do do.. June 28, 1971... 132.^0 

2739 Do .do. _ Junel7,1971 96.25 

2740 Do do... June 30, 1971. - 91-80 

2748 Ward & Paul... District of Columbia June 21-22, 1971 288.00 

2761 Ward, Smith, Paul & Interstate and Foreign Com- June 24, 1971 185.25 

Alderson. merce. 

20 2775 Ward & Paul Interior and Insular Affairs June 14-15, 1971 446.40 

2778 Ward. Smith, Paul & Interstate and Foreign Com- June 22, 1971. __ 17.10 

Alderson. merce. „_ „ r 

2780 Do . do June 24, 1971 37. C5 

2731 Do do.. June 22-24, 1971 573.55 

Nov. 3 3142 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor June 22, 1971 199.50 

3145 Do... Foreign Affairs June 29, 1971 202.50 

3146 Do . do June 29, 1971 121. CO 

3152 Do... Ways and Means June 7-9, 1971.. 1,986.60 

3153 Do do. June 10-16,1971 2,339.70 

3154 Do . do June 22, 1971 49.50 

3155 Do do June 17-28, 1971 1,440.00 

3161 Hoover Reporting Co., Inc. Merchant Marine and Fisheries.. June 23, 1971 71.50 

3162 Do do... June 29, 1971. 195.25 

18 3576 Alderson-Monick Re- Post Office and Civil Service May 19-26, 1971. 540.00 

porting Co. 

3582 Columbia Reporting Co., Armed Services June 10-23, 1971 20.25 

Inc. „„ r . 

3585 Do do. June 10, 1971 60.50 

3611 Ward, Smith, Paul & Interstate and Foreign Com- June 30, 1971 379.05 

Alderson. merce. 



276 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



STENOGRAPHIC REPORTS 



Amount 



1971 
Dec. 1 3954 

3960 
20 4576 
4577 
4588 
4589 
4590 
4591 
4592 
4593 
4594 
4595 
4595 
4597 
4598 
4599 
4600 
28 4788 
479C 



Aug. 18 1216 

1221 

25 1332 

1340 

1350 
1351 
1352 
Sept. 9 1755 
24 2C61 
2062 
2063 
2064 
2070 

2078 

2079 
2080 
2081 

2098 

2099 
2100 
2101 
2102 
28 2185 



Stenographic reporting — Continued 
Reporter 



Committee 



Date 



Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor... Apr. 1, 1971 

Inc. 
Do. Foreign Affairs June 23-30, 1971 

Hoover Reporting Co., Inc. Merchant Marine and Fisheries.. June 22-24, 1971 

Do __do__ June 28, 1971. __ 

Do Public Works.. June 10-17, 1971.... 

Do do. Mar. 10-11, 1971 

Do do Apr. 27, 1971 

Do.... .do May 18-21, 1971 

Do— do June 15-24, 1971 

Do do May 25-26, June 2-24, 1971. 

Do do June 16, 1971 

Do _ .do. Mar. 23, 1971. 

Do do June 23, 1971 

Do.. do June 14, 1971 

Do do May 20, 1971 

Do do ..do 



.do June 21. 1971. 

.do May 4-6, 1971. 

.do May 14, 1971. 



$139.65 

804. 60 

675.00 

5.50 

310. 30 

727. 20 

101.50 

734. 40 

1,905.60 

2,580.00 

89.90 

208. 80 

142.10 

194.30 

372.00 

2.90 

33.60 

411.80 

398. 40 

(166.50) 



Refunds and adjustments. 
Total paid from 1971 appropriations. 94,380.80 



District Reporting Co Government Operations 

Ward & Paul Bankingand Currency 

Alderson-Monick Post Office and Civil Service 

Reporting. 

Ward & Paul District of Columbia 

Do Interior and Insular Affairs 

Do do 

Do.. do 

Do Agriculture 

Do... do 

Do... do 

Do Bankingand Currency 

Do do 

Hoover Reporting Co., Merchant Marine and Fisheries.. 

Inc. 

Armed Services. 



Interstate and Foreign 

Commerce. 
Education and Labor. .. 



Oct. 5 



2422 
2423 
2424 
2425 
2426 
2427 
2428 
2429 
2430 
2431 
2432 
19 2675 

2680 
2681 
2682 
2683 
2689 
2690 
2691 
2692 
2693 
2694 
2695 
2696 
2698 
2699 



Columbia Reporting Co., 
Inc. 

Do. 

Do... 

Ward, Smith, Paul & 

Alderson. 
Alderson Reporting Co., 
Inc. 

Do Foreign Affairs 

Do do 

Do .do 

Do__ do. 

Columbia Reporting Co., Armed Services 

Inc. 
Ward & Paul District of Columbia 

Do Interior and Insular Afairs. 

Do District of Columbia 

Do Agricultu re. 

Do _._ Interior and Insular Affairs. 

Do ...do 

Do ...do 

Do... do 

Do do 

Do... do 

Do do 

Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor 

Inc. 

Do Foreign Affairs... 

Do do 

Do ...do _ 

Do do 

Do.. Judiciary _ 

Do ...do 

Do... .do 

Do do. 

Do... do 

Do .do 

Do .do 

Do do _ 

Do Ways and Means. 

Do do 



uly 13-15, 1971. 
Aug. 3-5,1971.. 
uly 9, 1971 



uly 1,1971. 



uly 7-8, 1971. 

uly 6. 1971 

uly 1. 1971 



uly 9. 1971. 
uly 7, 1971. 
...do 



uly 8-9, 1971. 
uly 6-9, 1971. 
uly 28, 1971. 
_._do_ _ 



uly 1-6,1971... 

uly 7, 1971 

uly 13-15, 1971. 

uly 28-29, 1971. 

uly 13-15, 1971. 

uly 13-14,1971. 
Aug. 5,1971.... 
Aug. 2-4, 1971.. 
"uly 13. 1971 



uly 26, 1971 

uly 13, 1971 

uly 12,1971 

uly 28-30, 1971 

uly 1, 1971 

uly 12-16, 1971 

uly 14, 1971 

Aug. 3-5, 1971 _. 

Aug. 2-3 and 22, 1971. 

uly 26-30, 1971 

uly 28, 1971 

uly 29, 1971 



uly 7-8, 1971. 
do. 



uly 12, 1971 

uly 15 and 19, 1971. 

uly 13,1971 

uly 29, 1971. 

Aug. 4-5, 1971. 

uly 14,1971 

uly 12,1971 

uly 19-22,1971 

uly 21-22, 1971 

uly 21, 1971 

uly 21-22, 1971 

uly 8, 1971 



585.90 

239.40 

85.25 

240. 75 
168. 20 
2.40 
276. 00 
920. 55 
265. 20 
397.80 
1,212.75 
749. 55 
256. 50 

54.90 

262. 35 

63.00 

775. 20 

368. 50 

669. 75 
496. 15 

77.05 
951.90 

60.75 

146.25 
165.30 
153.00 
520.20 
55.10 
571.20 
117.60 
466. 90 
446. 40 
1,317.60 
180. 00 
482. 40 

283. 25 

591.75 

146. 40 

348.30 

91.80 

198. 90 

359. 55 

76.50 

99.45 

1,422.90 

321.30 

117.30 

214.50 

181.50 



277 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. STENOGRAPHIC REPORTS Amount 



Stenographic reporting — Continued 

Reporter Committee Date 

1971 

Oct. 19 2704 Alderson-Monick Report- Post Office and Civil Service July 8, 1971 $72.00 

2705 '"do 3 '. — - --do July 7-8, 1971 294.75 

2706 Do do July 28, 1971 85.50 

2707 Do do July 15, 1971 2.75 

2708 Do do July 29, 1971 72.00 

2709 Do ..do July 20-21, 1971. 189.00 

2713 Columbia Reporting Co., Armed Services July 29, 1971. 146.25 

2714 '"no do July 13-14, 1971 170.55 

2715 Do"" do July 19-20, 1971 396.00 

2716 D*:™:::::::::::::::::**..:...... ,B| *?'A£ L — ,H2 

2717 Do do. Aug. 5, 1971 15.75 

?7ia nn do - -do b/. 51) 

279 do So I:::::::::::::.:::::: Juiy28,i97i 78.75 

2720 Do""" do" July 21-22, 1971 335.55 

2721 Do:::;::::::::::::::::::do;: Aug. 2,1971 — mso 

2722 Do - ..do..-. - Aug. 4, 1971 50.85 

2727 District Reporting Co Government Operations July 27, 1971 iiHJ! 

2732 Do do July 21-22, 1971.— - 745.20 

2733 do" :::::ido jmy 12. 1971 iu.n 

2741 Hoover Reporting Co., Inc. Merchant Marine and Fisheries-. Julv 20-22, 1971 54 2'S? 

2742 Do....... do....- July 7, 1971.- 2.75 

2743 Do do _-.do... - /U.^u 

2744 Do::::::::::::::::::::..do... j u i y 12-13 1971 599.50 

2745 Do do..... July 8, 1971 210.60 

2746 Do do July 28, 1971 104.50 

2747 Do""""::::;:;::;::::::::dS:;::;::: juiyV^i 239.25 

2749 Ward & Paul . Banking and Currency July 16, 1971 ?S,2c 

2750 Do do... July 28 1971 37.35 

2751 Do do July 19-20, 1971.... 1,193.85 

2752 Do::::::::::::::::::::::do:....... j u i y 21,1971 200 

2753 Do District of Columbia July 2, 1971 -- Ij'-* 

2757 Ward, Smith, Paul & Interstate and Foreign July 25, 1971 39. 9U 

Alderson. Commerce. . ., .„ ... „ c 

2758 Do do... July 6 and 13-14 1971 413.25 

2759 Do do July 27-29 and Aug. 3-4, 1,051.65 

1971. 

2760 Do do July 27-30, Aug. 2 and 5, 1,248.30 

1971. 

20 2771 Ward&Paul Agriculture July 12-16, 1971 — llZ .?H5 

2772 Do .do July 19-22 1971... 856.80 

2773 Do Banking and Currency Sept. 8-lo, 1971 3, ™ES 

2774 Do. ..do Sept. 15 and 17 1971 799.50 

2776 Do Interior and Insular Affairs July 19-23, 1971 ''raSc 

Nov. 3 3143 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor. July 15, 1971 2/8.U5 

3144 'V... ...do July 12-13 1971 398 65 

3147 Do Foreign Affairs - July 27, 1971 202.50 

3148 Do do July 20-21, 1971 278.10 

3149 Do .do.. JulyS, 1971 1^6.75 

3150 Do .....do.. July 29, 1971 27.00 

3151 Do ...do July 26, 1971 336.30 

3156 Do... Ways and Means July 7, 1971... 167. 75 

3157 Do ..do July 28-Aug. 3, 1971 539.00 

3158 Do. - do.. July 12-20 1971 759 00 

3163 Hoover Reporting Co., Merchant Marine and Fisheries.. Aug. 3-5, 1971 sv£..tv 

3164 '"Do... do._ Julv 14,1971 129.25 

3248 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor. July 22, 1971 '^5 

.do July 12, 1971... 139-65 



Inc. 
3249 Do. 



3256 Doi:::::::::::::::::::::d6:::::::::::: ~ jmys:im ._.— , 242.00 

3254 Ward, Smith, Paul & Interstate and Foreign Com- Sept. 14-21, 1971.. 1,433. iu 

Alderson. merce. ..„„.«,, n ocq en 

3255 Do. do Sept. 15-30, 97 1. HM 

3256 Do .do Sept. 14-30, 1971 LfJ^Zg 

3257 Do.. do - Oct. 4-7, 1971 686.85 

3258 Do.. .do - Oct. 12-15, 1971 M|Hn 

3259 Do.. do - Sept. 9,1971 153.90 

3260 Do. do Sept. 28-29, 1971 584.25 

18 3558 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor.. Sept. 14-16, 1971 ^b.BU 

3559 '"Do do Sept. 30, 1971 278.05 

3560 Do do... - — - Sept. 23,1971 ... 338.35 

3551 Do do .- - Sept. 22-Oct. 1, 1971- 584.25 

3562 Do do - Oct. 6, 1971— — - 190.95 

3563 Do do July 14, 1971 24.75 



278 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. STENOGRAPHIC REPORTS Amount 

Stenographic reporting — Continued 

Reporter Committee Date 

1971 

Nov. 18 3564 Alderson Reporting Co., Inc. Foreign Affairs Sept. 14, 1971 $242.25 

3565 Do do _ Sept. 21-30, 1971 350.55 

3566 Do .do.-. Sept. 23, 1971... 63.25 

3567 Do do Sept. 22, 1971 99.00 

3568 Do do Sept. 23.1971 108.00 

3569 Do do. Sept. 28, 1971 162.00 

3570 Do. do Sept. 20, 1971 214.50 

3571 Do. Ways and Means July 25-27, 1971 ... 321.75 

3572 Alderson- Monick Post Office and Civil Service July 22, 1971 31.50 

Reporting Co. 

3573 Do ....do Julv 13-19, 1971... 249.75 

3577 Do do July 12-20, 1971... 335.25 

3578 Do _.do ___. July 27, 1971 65.25 

3579 Columbia Reporting Co., Science and Astronautics. .. Aug. 3, 1971 121.50 

Inc. 

3580 Do Armed Services July 19, 1971 8.25 

3581 Do do July 29-Aug. 4, 1971 492.55 

3584 Do Science and Astronautics July 22, 1971 49.50 

3589 Ward & Paul Agriculture.. Sept. 15-16, 1971 379.95 

3590 Do do Sept. 13-14, 1971.... 198.90 

3591 Do do Sept. 16, 1971 48.45 

3592 Do do_ Sept. 15, 1971 43.35 

3593 Do do Oct. 6-14, 1971 293.25 

3594 Do do Seot. 20-Oct. 1, 1971 2,236.35 

3595 Do Banking and Currency Sept. 23, 1971 164.00 

3596 Do do.. Sept. 22, 1971 554.85 

3597 Do ..do Sept. 29, 1971... 164.00 

3598 Do do Oct. 4-7, 1971 1,482.30 

3599 Do District of Columbia Sept. 8, 1971 164.25 

3600 Do. Interior and Insular Affairs Sept. 9-10, 1971 _... 352.40 

3601 Do. ...do... -. Sept. 13-14, 1971 501.60 

3602 Do.. do... Sept. 16-17, 1971... 160.80 

3603 Do _ do. ._ Oct. 4-5,1971 377.00 

3604 Do. _._ ...do Oct.7,1971... 170.40 

3605 Do ...do Oct. 6-13, 1971 230.40 

3606 Do do Oct. 14,1971 417.60 

3607 Do do Oct. 18-19, 1971 249.60 

3608 Do do Sept. 27-28, 1971 377.00 

3609 Do.... do Sept. 29, 1971___ 134.40 

3610 Do do Sept. 20-30, 1971 1,048.80 

Dec. 1 3941 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor Sept. 16, 1971... _ 136.80 

Inc. 

3942 Do do July 21-22, 1971 302.10 

3943 Do.. __do Sept. 20,1971 247.95 

3944 Do do July 30, 1971. 110.55 

3945 Do Judiciary Oct. 6, 1971 229.50 

3946 Do do Sept. 29-30, 1S71 892.50 

3947 Do do Sept. 10,1971 94.35 

3948 Do do Sept. 9, 1971 _.__ 175.95 

3949 Do do Sept. 21-29, 1971 930.75 

3950 Do do Sept. 30, 1971. 224.40 

3951 Do .do Oct. 13,1971 193.80 

3952 Do Ways and Means.... Sept. 20-29, 1971 1,487.90 

3953 Do _.do Sept. 13-15, 1971 1,812.60 

3955 Do_. Education and Labor... Sept. 22, 1971 308.20 

3956 Do_ ..do _ Sept. 21-29, 1971 310.65 

3957 Do do.___ _ Sept. 30-Oct. 7, 1971 974.85 

3958 Do do.... -. Sept. 29, 1971. 599.65 

3959 Do.... do Oct. 12-14, 1971... _.. 504.45 

3961 Do Ways and Means Sept. 8-9, 1971 1,052.10 

3964 Ward & Paul District of Columbia Oct. 18, 1971 40.50 

14 4375 Acme Reporting Co ...do Nov. 11, 1971.. 90.00 

4376 Alderson Reporting Co., Judiciary Oct. 14-15, 1971.. 512.55 

Inc. 

4382 Do Education and Labor Oct. 7-19, 1971 213.75 

4383 Do do... Oct. 20 21, 1971 444.60 

4384 Do Foreign Affairs Oct. 6-12, 1971 583.95 

4389 Hoover Reporting Co. Inc- Merchant Marine and Fisheries. Sept. 10, 1971 253.80 

4390 Do.... ...do_ Sept. 9-23, 1971. 1,787.40 

4391 Do . ...do. Sept. 20-24, 1971 577.80 

4392 Do do Sept. 21-22, 1971 279.00 

4393 Do... ...do... Sept. 27, 1971.... 63.25 

4394 Do do. Oct. 4, 1971 71.50 

4399 Ward & Paul Agriculture Oct. 4-6, 1971 660.45 

4400 Do.... Interior and Insular Affairs Sept. 10-30, 1971... 107.30 

20 4578 Hoover Reporting Co., Inc. Merchant Marine and Fisheries.. Sept. 16, 1971. 156.60 

4579 Do.... do Oct. 5-28, 1971 1,641.60 

4580 Do. _ do _ Oct. 19, 1971 184.25 

4581 Do do_ Nov. 5, 1971 22.00 

4582 Do _.do Oct. 29, 1971... 391.50 



279 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. STENOGRAPHIC REPORTS 



4609 
4610 
4611 



Stenographic reporting — Continued 

Reporter Committee Date 

1971 

Dec. 20 4583 Hoover Reporting Co., Inc. Merchant Marine and Fisheries.. Nov. 1-9, 1971 $???•?„ 

458d Do do Nov. 2, 1971 242.00 

4585 Do • do Nov. 3-18, 1971 532.95 

4586 Do -do Nov. 5, 1971... 197.10 

4587 do :::::. ...do n ov . 11,1971 — 112.75 

4601 Do . Public Works Oct. 5, 1971 76.80 

4602 Do -do JulyS, 1971. 234.90 

4603 Do do..... Sept. 23, 1971 336.00 

4604 Do do.... Nov. 4-10, 1971..... 527.80 

4605 Do do Oct. 28, 1971 249. A0 

4606 Do do Sept. 13-24, 1971 3,247.20 

4607 Do ....do July 13-Aug. 5, 1971 3,172.80 

4608 Do"" — -do Nov. 9, 1971 132.00 

Do"" —-do July 7,1971. - 237.60 

Do - Merchant Marine and Fisheries.. Nov. 16, 1971 236.50 

Do Public Works.... July 29, 1971... 23.20 

Do .. do Sept. 28-29, 1971.. 400.80 

4613 Do .... do Sept. 22, 1971 127.20 

4614 Do do July 21, 1971 43.50 

46 5 Do —do July 27 1971 - 43.20 

4616 Do -—do Oct. 19, 1971 - 191.40 

4617 Do " do Oct. 21, Nov. 4-9,1971 168.20 

4618 Ward, Smith, Paul & Interstate and Foreign Oct. 26-Nov. 8, 1971 772.35 

Alderson. Commerce. „_,„ „. 

4619 Do do Nov. 9-10, 1971... 379.05 

4620 Do "....do - Nov. 9-11, 1971 795.15 

4621 Do do Oct. 21-Nov. 11,1971 _ 1,393.65 

46?2 Do""""""-— —-—do Oct. 22, 1971..... 424.65 

4624 Alderson Reporting Co., Ways and Means Oct. 7-14, 1971 756.25 

4641 "do Education and Labor Oct. 28, 1971 290.70 

4642 Do" -do.... Nov. 9-16, 1971 316.35 

4643 Do"" Foreign Affairs. __ Nov. 9-10, 1971 634.95 

4644 Do""" Veterans' Affairs Oct. 13-28, 1971 336.00 

4645 Do WaysandMeans Oct. 19-28, 1971 1,932.00 

21 4679 Ward & Paul Agriculture.... Nov. 18, 1971 91-80 

4680 Do do.. Nov. 1-11, 1971 91 i' S2 

46S1 Do Banking and Currency Nov. 2, 1971 8.25 

4682 Do" District of Columbia.. Nov. 15, 1971 126. 00 

4683 Do Government Operations Nov. 3-11, 1971. 760. 95 

4684 Do"" - --do Nov. 4,1971 189.00 

4685 Do Interior and Insular Affairs Oct. 21-26, Nov. 11, 1971... 912.00 

4686 Do do.. Nov.3,1971 117.60 

4687 Do" -do Oct. 27, 1971 100.80 

4688 Do do Oct. 28, Nov. 12, 1971 504.00 

4689 Do" " -do Nov. 8-9,1971 — 542.40 

4690 Do" """""-— do - Nov. 10,1971 163.20 

28 4775 Alderson Reporting Co., Education and Labor Oct. 28, Nov. 4, 1971 259.35 

4776 Do Foreign Affairs Nov. 8, 1971 57.75 

4777 Do Judiciary. — Oct. 27, Nov. 3-11, 1971— 1,065.90 

4778 Do io Nov. 10, 1971 209.10 

4779 Do do" . Oct. 27, 1971 198.90 

4780 K::::::::::::::::::::::do.::::....„. n ov . 10,1971 — 214.20 

4781 Do do Oct. 27, 1971 191-25 

4782 Do do - Nov. 10, 1971 183.60 

4783 Do do . Oct. 21, 1971 132.60 

4784 Do WaysandMeans Nov. 2-5, 1971 H™ ™ 

4785 Do do Nov. 8-12, 1971. 2,430.00 

4786 Do""":-.""".".".-".".".".".do."— ". Nov 15-18 1971 1,848 00 

4791 Hoover Reporting Co., Inc. Public Works July 17, 1971... ^b.bu 

4792 Do do .... July 23, 1971 - 252.00 

4793 Do::::::::::::::::::::::do::::::::::::.::.. Oct '12-13,1971 seg.so 

4795 Ward & Paul Agriculture Nov. 29, 1971 232. Ub 

4796 Do Banking and Currency Nov. 3-11, 1971 M«,,X 

4797 Do..... do Nov. 16,1971..... 344.40 

4798 Do do Oct. 26, 1971 344.25 

4799 dS:::..:::::::::::::::::™::.::::.::::.::.::;::.: oct. 27-n ov . 2, wi — 1,773. 

4800 Do District of Columbia. Nov. 10, 1971 139. bU 

4801 Do do... Nov. 30-Dec. 3,1971 598 bp 

4802 Do Government Operations... Nov. 10, 1971 c\lnn 

4803 Do ... Interior and Insuiar Affairs Nov. 16-19, 1971 olb. UU 

4804 Do do -..do «./U 

4806 Ward, Smith, Paul & Interstate and Foreign do - /<w.oo 

Alderson. Commerce. — Q Q . 

4807 Do.... ...do.. Nov. 18-19. 1971... 739.80 

4808 Do. do Nov. 12, 1971 270^75 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 120,337.20 



280 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTJNGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

1971 COMMITTEE ON AGRICULTURE 

July 21 454 Brookings Institution: 

1 copy of Farm Subsidies, June 1G, 1971.. $1.18 

27 5S6 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, May 31, 1971 24. 12 

612 Majority Room: 

Miscellaneous printing services, Mar. 1, 1971 1.50 

28 665 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, April-May 1971 70.98 

ept 1 1624 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 30, 1971 20.20 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 117.98 

5 days per diem incurred on travel from Washington, D.C., to Bakersfield, Fresno, and Chico, 
Calif., and return, July 22-27, 1971: 

Au? 28 1358 Thomas G. Abernethy, M.C. 175.00 

1359 Frank E. Denholm, M.C.._ __ 175.00 

1360 Christines. Gallagher... 175.00 

1361 George A. Gcodling, M.C 175.00 

1362 Arthur A. Link, M.C 175.00 

1363 Robert B. (Bob) Mathias, M.C: 

3 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to Fresno, Calif., and 
return, July 23-25, 1971 105.00 

1364 Robert Price, M.C: 

3 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to Fresno and Chico, 

Calif., July 24-26, 1971 105.00 

5 days per diem incurred on travel from Washington, D.C, to Bakersfield, Fresno, and 
Chico, Calif., and return, July 22-27, 1971 : 

1365 B. F. Sisk, M.C ...- 175.00 

1366 Frank A. Stubblefield, M.C 175.00 

1367 Joseph P. Vigorito, M.C _ 175.00 

31 1435 Imperial Bus Co.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, July 23-25, 1971. 596.60 

Sept. 2 1679 John Melcher, M.C: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C, to Houston, McAllen, and Austin, Tex., July 19-22, 1971 146.77 

1689 W. R. Poage, M.C: 

5 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington D.C, to Los Angeles, Bakersfield, Chico, and San Francisco, Calif., 

Dallas and Waco, Tex., July 22-27, 1971 132.00 

1681 Fowler C. West: 

5 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington D.C, to Los Angeles, Bakersfield, Chico, and San Francisco, Calif., 

July 22-27, 1971... 175.00 

16 1918 Greyhound Lines-West: 

Official travel for Members and staff, July 26, 1971 258.00 

1919 Greyhound Airport Service: 

Official travel for Members and staff, July 22 and 27,1971 75.00 

1920 Majority Room: 

Miscellaneous printing services, July 30, 1971 2.00 

20 1958 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July 31, 1971 32.38 

Oct. 22 2819 Xerox Corp.: „„ 

Meter usage, July-September 1971 101. 2Z 

Nov 1 3069 Thomas G. Abernethy, NIC: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.C, to 

Greenville, Miss., Oct. 12-13,1971. 186.00 

12 3338 Doris L. Barbour (guardian of Elise Rose Ward): 

Payment of unpaid compensation due to death of Fred T. Ward 245.78 

16 3384 Majority Room: 

Miscellaneous printing services, Sept. 2 and 23, 1971 4.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 

17 3501 Aug. 31,1971. - - -- 4.51 

3502 September 1971 - 20.95 

Dec. 1 3905 Congressional Quarterly, Inc.: 

1 copy of Guide to Congress, October 1971 35.00 

20 4527 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: „„.„„„ 

Official travel for Members and staff, Sept. 15, 1971.. 3,840.00 

29 4902 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, October 1971.. 29.66 

Salaries for 6 months - --- 37,688.95 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 45, 183. 82 

COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES 
Sept. 1 1638 Xerox Corp.: ... _„ 

Meter usage, July 30-Dec. 10, 1969 168.38 

Total paid from 1970 appropriations 168.38 



281 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 



COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES— Continued 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
1971 Official telephone service- 
July 6 90 Apr. 30,1971.. $49.91 

91 May 31,1971.... -- - 67.15 

21 411 Doral A. Hupp: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from McLean, Va., to Washington, D.C., round trip, 
June 30, 1971 --- 22.40 

433 Eugene B. Brownell: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Appleton, Wis., to Washington, D.C., round 
trip, June 21-22, 1971 196.00 

434 Raymond J. Howard: 

Marshal's tee and mileage for service of subpoena, June 15, 1971... 27.20 

435 IBM Corp.: 

Transportation charges for 1 MAG card, June 29, 1971 31.96 

27 523 American Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, May 11,1971 204.00 

587 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, May 3-27, 1971 - 11.70 

617 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, June 30, 1971 81. 16 

28 624 IBM Corp.: 

Rental of MT Selectric typewriter, June 14-30, 1971... 99.17 

659 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, April-May 1971 -- 66. 67 

Aug. 6 985 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 2-28, 1971 53.80 

9 1014 Penn Central Transportation Co.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, May 11, 1971 54.00 

Sept. 1 1625 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 3-28, 1971 - 13.35 

1651 American Air Lines, Inc.: ,--,„„ 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 2-4, 1971_ 136.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage— 

15 1897 June 1971 --- - -- 100.38 

Dec. 3 4060 Do - 60.00 

Columbia Reporting Co., Inc.: 
Stenographic reporting— 

14 4385 June 24, 1971... - 68.75 

4386 June 30, 1971 U5-50 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations. 1,464. 10 

Travel expenses and witness fees, round trip, from Washington, D.C.to: 
Aug. 10 1025 Harry Axt, Newark, N.J. July 20-21, 1971 92.00 

1026 Doral A. Hupp, McLean, Va., July 20, 1971 - 22.40 

1027 Byron L. Wipple, Appleton, Wis., July 19-21, 1971 — - 216.00 

17 1173 Raymond J. Howard: 

Marshal's fee for service of subpoena, July 15, 1971.. - -.- Z6.72 

31 1436 Page Harland Holmes: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Boston, Mass., to Washington, D.C., round 

trip, July 20-22, 1971 — - ---- 136.00 

IBM Corp.: 

1437 Delivery charge for typewriter, July 16, 1971 — -, i 

1438 Transportation charges for equipment delivered, July 29, 1971 -.. 31.96 

1439 Arthur Jones: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New York City to Washington, D.C., round 

trip, July 20-21, 1971 96.88 

Sept. 14 1864 Electronic News: 

1-year subscription, September 1971-72 5.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service— 

15 1884 July 6-28, 1971 - 20.85 

1885 June 29-July 16, 1971.. 43.34 

1891 IBM Corp.: 

Rental of MC Selectric typewriter, July 1971 175.00 

1894 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, July 1971 - 23. 81 

IBM Corp.: 

Rental of MC Selectric typewriter— 
1905 July 1971.... - -- ^5. 00 

27 2126 August 1971.. - 1/5-00 

2127 Do - I 75 - 00 

2140 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, August 1971 55.28 

28 2166 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usaga, Aug. 30, 1971 - 58.20 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service— 

Oct. 22 2796 Aug. 6-30, 1971... - 22.00 

Nov. 17 3503 Aug. 10-26, 1971 - -- 37.70 

3504 Sept. 1-27, 1971.... 30.60 

3505 Sept. 1-21, 1971 - - 50.45 



282 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON ARMED SERVICES— Continued 

Xerox Corp.: 
1971 Meter usage- 
Dec 3 4058 Sept. 15-Oct. 1,1971 __ $21.69 

4059 June 30-Aug. 31, 1971 82.71 

4061 Aug. 31-Sept. 15, 1971 53.64 

4062 Equipment placement charge, Sept. 27, 1971. 18.00 

4063 Meter usage, October 1971 100.31 

10 4204 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, Oct. 12-28, 1971 15.95 

4221 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, Sent. 28-Oct. 18,1971 83.09 

Columbia Reporting Co., Inc.: 
Stenographic reporting— 

14 4387 July 20-22, 1971 1,169.10 

4388 July 19,1971 146.55 

20 4493 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service. Oct. 1-22,1971 28.80 

IBM Corp.: 

Rental of MC Selectric typewriters — 

4528 November 1971 175.00 

4529 Do 175.00 

4530 October 1971 - 175.00 

4531 SeDtember 1971 175.00 

29 4937 Office Supoly Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, November 1971 16.85 

Salaries for 6 months 97,157.62 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations 101,269.33 

COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY 
July 1 11 John Zuccotti: 

Partial payment for services rendered under contract agreement 7,000.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, statement dated— 

6 92 Apr. 30, 1971 — 1.20 

93 Mar. 31,1971 86.90 

8 135 The Bond Buyer: 

1-year subscription to The Weekly Bond Buyer 133.44 

U.S. Department of Agriculture: 

1 copy of Toward Policies for Balanced Growth 4.00 

13 227 Paul Nelson: 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, July 8, 1971 89.50 

14 235 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Dec. 14, 1970 120.00 

237 Library of Congress: 

For terminal installed, May 31, 1971 284.00 

21 406 Chesaoeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, April 1971 299.85 

The Wall Street Journal: 

Annual subscription 32. 00 

407 Capita! News Co.: 

For delivery of New York Times during May-June 1971 87.00 

Singsr-Friden Division: 

Supplies 3 - 60 

National Planning Association: 

Publication 2.64 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage , May 197 1 111.31 

Sidney Kramer Books: 

Publication 7.40 

412 George Gross: j . , 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Miami, Fla., June 25-28, 1971 78.50 

436 Allegheny Airlines, Inc.: ^ n 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 12-16, 1971 44.00 

27 524 Gerald McMurray: 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, June 30, 1971 8d.2b 

28 625 Curtis A. Prins: _, . 

5 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Houston, Tex., June 17-21, 1971 208.00 

29 697 Michael Lipsky: Ann nn 

Payment for services rendered under contract, June 1, 1971 400. UU 

Aug. 6 972 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, June 1971 - - 1,022.60 

1006 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1971 - - -- 234. 18 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, June 1971 - - ISi.Hi. 

1007 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, May 1971 - 216. bl 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, March-May 1971 --- 2,500.20 



283 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY— Continued 
1971 
Aug. 6 1007 Library of Congress: 

Official telephone service, May 1971 $4.50 

9 1011 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff _ 186.00 

1012 Library of Congress: 

For terminal installed, June 1971 290.00 

1018 Xerox Corp.: 

Meier usage, March-May 1971 633. 12 

Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, May-June 1971 136. 50 

1019 Luce Press Clippings: 

Services rendered, June 1971 284. 25 

Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, June 1971 364. 31 

Commerce Clearing House, Inc.: 

Subscription to Private Foundations Reports 150. 00 

1022 Congressional Quarterly, Inc.: 

2 books for official committee use 12.00 

Capital News Co.: 

Delivery of New York Times, May-June 1971 30. 00 

Singer: 

6 rolls of adding machine tape, June 8, 1971 1. 80 

International City Management Association: 

1971 Municipal Year Book, May 5, 1971 17.50 

Official telephone service- 
Library of Congress, May 1971 4.50 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

May 1971 316.34 

18 1202 June 1971 389.45 

Western Union: 

Official telegram service, June 1971 6.48 

1233 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 30, 1971... 632. 00 

31 1440 Luce Press Clippings, Inc.: 

Services rendered, May 1971 ._ 205.50 

1473 Fortune Directory: 

4 copies of the Directory, June 4, 1971 15.00 

Sept. 1 1633 Library of Congress: 

Telephone services rendered, June 1971 4.50 

1659 Penn Central Transportation Co.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 1971 54.80 

20 1962 Library of Congress: 

Telephone services, June 1971 4. 50 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 17,024.66 



July 21 429 District Delivery Service: 

Delivery services, July-September 1971 17.60 

Superintendent of Documents: 

Copy of Title 24 of Code of Regulations, Housing & Housing Credit.. 2.75 

Aug. 5 926 Paul Nelson: 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, July 29, 1971 89. 15 

6 976 Xerox Corp.: 

Supplies ___ 148.46 

9 1016 District Delivery Service: 

Renewal subscription to New York Times (Sunday) 54.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Supplies 24.08 

1017 Public Documents Distribution Center: 

1 copy of U.S. Government Organization Manual 3.00 

Business Week Letter: 

Subscription 36. 00 

12 1127 George Gross: 

1 day per diem and miscellaneous expense sincurred on travel, round trip, from Wash- 
ington, D.C., to Buffalo, N.Y., July 29, 1971 45.00 

24 1266 Gerald McMurray: 

3 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to Montgomery, Ala., and 

return, Aug. 9-11, 1971 105.00 

26 1368 Travel expenses and witness fees, round trip, Aug. 5, 1971, from Washington, D.C.to: 

P. E.H.Brady, Toronto, Canada 129.68 

1369 Morton J. Schussheim, Philadelphia, Pa... 52.40 

1370 Warren Smith, Ann Arbor, Mich 139.52 

1371 George Sternlieb, New Brunswick, N.J 66.56 

1372 Robert C. Weaver, New York City 77.12 

1380 Dick Lam: 

Payment for services rendered under contract, July 1,1971 1,200.00 

30 1400 Benjamin B. McKeever: 

3 days per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to Montgomery, Ala., and 
return, Aug. 9-11, 1971 105.00 

71-124 — 72 19 



284 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES 



Amount 



1971 
Sept. 1 1632 

1640 

2 1669 



3 1705 



1706 



8 1719 



1724 



COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY— Continued 

Library of Congress: 

For terminal installed, July 31, 1971 $296.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, July 1971 589.80 

Washington Post: 

3 1-year subscriptions, Aug. 12, 1971-72 135.00 

West Publishing Co.: 

Code revisions for 1971 189.50 

Luce Press Clippings, Inc.: 

For service during July 1971 -- 319.75 

Xerox Corp.: 

Supplies.... - - - 89.80 

Congressional Quarterly, Inc.: 

For 2 books - - - - 8.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, July 1971 147.45 

American Banker: 

1-year subscription -- 125.00 

Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, July 1971 . 216.56 

Majority Room: 

Miscellaneous printing services, July 1971.. 5.00 

Office Supply Service: 

Miscallaneous stationery items, June 1971 26.64 

Business Equipment Center, Ltd.: 

For Stenorette tapes 23.90 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, July 1971 154.96 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July 1971 239.47 

Prentics-Hall, Inc.: 

Handbook Housing Law Supplement 22.80 

Benjamin B. McKeever: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Boston, Mass., Aug. 29-31, 1971 114.00 

David Glick: 

7 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to San Francisco, Sacramento, Fresno and Los Angeles, Calif., 

Aug. 22-28, 1971 - 256.00 

Paul Nelson: 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, Sept. 8, 1971 86.62 

Institute for the Comparative Study of Political Systems: 

Publication, Argentina Mosaic of Discord, Aug. 12, 1971 2.30 

Year, Inc.: 

1 copy of News Front Directory, Aug. 20, 1971 39.92 

Sidney Kramer Books: 

Publication, Financial Performance of Conglomerates, Aug. 26, 1971 12.00 

Ancorp National Services, Inc.: 

Subscriptions to New York Times, July-September 1971 130. 50 

Wisconsin Law Review: 

Volume 1970, No 3, Aug. 19, 1971. 3.00 

Overseas Development Council: 

1 copy of Monograph No. 4, Aug. 12, 1971 1.14 

Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development: 

2 publications for official committee use, Aug. 11, 1971 8. 10 

John E. Barriere: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, one way, from New York City to Wash- 
ington, D.C., Sept. 2, 1971 96.00 

Washington Banktrends, Inc.: 

1-year subscription, Aug. 26, 1971-72. 44. 54 

Editor & Publisher: 

1971 International Year Book, Aug. 26, 1971 --- 14.00 

Congressional Quarterly, Inc.: 

1 copy of Washington Lobby, Aug. 26, 1971 4.95 

Cheaspeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July 1971 265.76 

Curtis A. Prins: 

6 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington D.C., to Las Vegas, Nev., Aug. 28-Sept. 2, 1971 230.00 

Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, July 1971 625.56 

Luce Press Clippings, Inc.: 

Services rendered, August 1971. 252.25 

George Gross: 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from Wash- 
ington, D.C., to Akron, Ohio, Sept. 14-15, 1971 87. 50 

Library of Congress: 

For terminal installed, Aug. 31, 1971 302.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, August 1971 j 68.53 

National Association of Home Builders: 

1 copy of New Mortgage Market, Aug. 30, 1971 4-00 



13 


1814 




1815 


14 


1865 


15 


1904 



16 1911 

1921 

17 1936 



20 1943 

21 1999 

24 2407 

27 2129 

30 1230 



285 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No . SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 



COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY— Continued 

1971 

Oct. 7 2445 Delta Air Lines, Inc.: , „. nn 

Official travel for Members and staff, Aug. 9, 1971 --- «uo. OU 

2463 George Gross: , . . . , 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, trom 

Washington, D.C., to Columbus, Ohio, Sept. 24-25, 1971 91-25 

2464 Benjamin B. McKeever: 

1 day per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, trom 
Washington, D.C., to Newark, N.J., Sept. 27, 1971... - 50-20 

18 2585 United Air Lines, Inc.: 78 m 

Official travel for Members and staff, Sept. 20, 1971.. - '»-0U 

19 2605 Thomas L. Ashley, M.C.: ,„,.■_, no »„ m*.™ 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Chicago, 

III., Sept. 30-Oct. 1, 1971 — m - b0 

2606 George Gross: . . . . . . 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Chicago, 111., Sept. 30-Oct. 1, 1971 82.50 

^Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Rockford, 

Champaign and Peoria, III., Sept. 15-24,1971..... 452.70 

2608 Gerald R. McMurray: , 7 ,. 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, Oct. 8, 1971 "•° , » 

2609 Partial payment for services rendered under contract, Sept. 30, 1971. .....— - 1,500.00 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, New York City to Washington, 

2610 Aug. 19, 1971 - - 84.50 

2611 Aug. 2,1971 - — /b - bu 

22 2797 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: _ 

Official telephone service, August 1971 --- wi.io 

2813 Xerox Corp.: cr.o 7 o 

Meter usage, August 1971 - - - sjo." 

2820 House & Home: ,„.,„,, is nn 

1-year subscription, January 1972-73 13 - uu 

2831 American Airlines: q o nn 

Official travel for Members and staff, Aug. 29, 1971 9 »- uu 

2832 Singer-Friden Div.: 97 77 

Service to calculator on loan to committee, July 12, 1971. "•" 

28 2893 Ben B. Blackburn, M.C.: „ ... - « , , 

3 days per diem incurred on travel, trom Washington, D.C., to Miami, Fla., and return, 

Oct. 6-8, 1971 — - ---- 10b - UU 

2894 Terrence Boyle: , . , 

5 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, trom 

Washington, D.C., to Miami, Fla., via Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 6-11,1971 ...— 240. 05 

Per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, 

D.C., to Miami, Fla.: 01 7n 

2895 Casey Ireland, 2 days, Oct. 7-8, 1971 — °£- '" 

2896 Gerald McMurray, 3 days, Oct. 6-8, 1971 — fArXX 

2897 Robert G. Stephens, Jr., M.C., 5 days, Oct. 7-11, 1971 - - l»-"° 

29 2937 Overseas Development Council: K? 

Development Paper No. 6, Sept. 15,1971... - -- • X>L 

Xerox Corp.: ,« q? 

Freight charges, Aug. 9, 1971 - - - " r£ 

2938 Servicing of machines, September 1971 - loa.oo 

Ancorp National Services, Inc.: ,c m 

For services rendered, September 1971 - LD - VV 

Nov. 5 3178 District Delivery Service: 17 fin 

Subscription, October-December 1971. - W - DU 

Economist Newspaper, Ltd.: .„ Q0 

For annual renewal - - 

Easibind Limited: c no 

For two binders for Economist magazine - - -- J - u " 

Superintendent of Documents, GPO: „., nn 

1970 Census of Housing Final Reports - aid.uu 

Ancorp National Services: en nn 

Subscription, July-August 1971 - — - - JU - UU 

3179 Paul Nelson: q7 fin 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, Nov. 1, 1971 - -- 3/ - ou 

3196 Congressional Quarterly Service: ,,- nn 

Guide to the Congress of the United States - - d3 - uu 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: »., ,. 

Official telephone service, August 1971 --- w-ai 

8 3201 George Gross: . , 

2 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, trom 
Washington, D.C., to New Haven, Conn., Oct. 22-23,1971 - W - M 

3202 Bob Thomas: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round,. rip, trom 
Washington. D.C., to Miami, Fla., Oct. 7-9, 1971 - llb - uu 

10 3275 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: _,,„,, r? nn 

Official travel for Members and staff, Sept. 27, 1971 - ^- w 

3298 Lester C. Thu row: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Cambridge, Mass., to 

Washington, D.C., Oct. 6-8, 1971 — - "^ D0 



286 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date 



No. 



SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES 



Amount 



1971 

Nov. 10 


3299 


16 


3387 




3389 


17 


3487 




3506 




3519 




3521 




3530 


18 


3587 


19 


3652 



26 3732 
30 3755 



Dec. 1 3887 
3889 
3906 
3921 



COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY— Continued 

Trans World Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Aug. 19, 1971 $452. 00 

Library of Congress: 

For terminal installed, September 1971 _ 302.00 

Luce Press Clippings, Inc.: 

For services during September 1971 203. 50 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage 558.72 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, statement dated September 1971 298.05 

Congressional Quarterly Service: 

Subscription renewal 144.00 

Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Sept. 15, 1971 _ 196.00 

Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, September 1971 62.95 

Ward &Paul: 

Stenographic reporting, Sept. 27, 1971 262.50 

Library of Congress: 

Official telephone service, July-September 1971... 13. 50 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, September 1971 274. 13 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, September 1971 139.68 

Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.: 

For renewal subscription to U.S. Law Week 158.00 

Library of Congress: 

Official telephone service, July-September 1971 13. 50 

Joseph J. Jasinski: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Mew York, N.Y., Nov. 14-16, 1971 125.37 

Official travel for Members and staff: 

Allegheny Airlines, Inc.; Oct. 20, 1971. __ 70. 00 

American Airlines, Inc., Sept. 29, 197L. 132.00 

Eastern Airlines, Oct. 6, 1971... 1,152.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, September 1971 75.63 

Ward & Paul: 

Stenographic reporting, Oct. 8, 1971 1,101.60 

Luce Press Clippings, Inc.: 

For services during October 1971 249. 25 

The Golembe Reports: 

For renewal subscription to November 1972... 120.00 

Ancorp National Services, Inc.: 

3-month newspaper subscription, October-December 1971 130. 50 

National Journal: 

For continuation of weekly service for 1 year 200. 00 

Xerox Corp.: 
Meter usage for 36C0 machine: 

Full committee, October 1971 558.72 

Housing subcommittee, October 1971 139.68 

Western Union: 

Official telegram service, Dec. 3, 1971... 85.47 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage for 660 machine, October 1971. 124.87 

Library of Congress: 

For telephone services, October 1971 4.50 

George Gross: 

4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Miami, Fla., Nov. 12-15, 1971. 149. 50 

Casey Ireland: 

9 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Miami, Fla., and New York City, Nov. 12-22, 1971 346. 00 

Brookings Institution: 

1 copy of Setting National Priorities 1972, Dec. 8, 1971 3. 13 

National Urban Coalition: 

1-year subscription to City Magazine, Dec. 8, 1971 10. 00 

Ancorp: 

Newspaper subscription for October-December 1971. 45. 00 

Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, October 1971 -- 89.90 

Benet D. Gellman: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to San Francisco, Calif., Nov. 28-30, 1971... 115. 80 

Lawrence G. Williams, M.C.: 

6 days per diem incurred on travel, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Miami, Fla., 

Nov. 21-26, 1971 - — 210.00 

Paul Nelson: 

Reimbursement to petty cash fund, Dec. 6, 1971 92. ol 

Eastern Airlines: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Oct. 6, 1971 186. 00 



3963 
2 4027 



3 4064 
4070 



4072 

8 4102 
4103 
4131 



4170 

4171 

4172 
10 4215 



287 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No . SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON BANKING AND CURRENCY— Continued 
1971 
Dec. 10 4217 Library of Congress: 

For ATS usage, Oct. 31,1971 — 5308.00 

4224 United Airlines, Inc.: 1C0 nn 

Official travel for Members and staff, Sept. 14 ar.d 23, 1971 .... ... 1". uu 

8 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from Wash- 
ington, D.C., to Honolulu, Hawaii, Nov. 26-Dec. 3, 1971: 

4241 Terrence Boyle »'•"" 

4242 George Gross J44. bu 

John E. Zuccotti: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip from New York City to Wash- 
Dn, D.C. 



4243 Oct. 6,1971. 



76.50 



Sent 29 1971 76.50 

4245 Remainder of payment for services rendered under contract, Dec. 2, 1971.. 1,500.00 

14 4300 John E. Barriere: ,».,., u- _» ■**»«■, 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Nash- 

ville.Tenn., Nov. 23-29,1971 341 - 20 

4321 Benjamin B. McKeever: 

9 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C, to Honolulu, Hawaii, Nov. 26-Dec. 4, 1971 Sil.UU 

16 4431 Government Printing Office: , 7 , 

1 copy of Pocket Data Book, USA 1971, Oct. 27, 1971 \-'* 

1-year subscription to HUD Challenge J - uu 

Library of Congress: . r n 

For telephone services, October 1971 *■ 3U 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service— Q , . 

Housing subcommittee, October 1971 ™S 

20 4494 Full committee, October 1971 - _/u.au 

4536 National Airlines, Inc.: isc nn 

Official travel for Members and staff, Nov. 12, 1971 lob.uu 

4562 George Gross: ,,,_•, n <•> *„ m_, 
Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to New 
York City, Dec. 6-7, 1971 ul -™ 

4651 Casey Ireland: . . . 

8 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington D C, to Honolulu, Hawaii, and return via Los Angeles, Calif., Nov. 27- 
Dec. 6,1971 - — J0S - 3U 

4652 John Zuccotti: ... , ., v , ^ t » ,a;,.u 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from New York City to Wash- 

ington.D.C, Nov. 30, 1971 SA " 

29 4920 National Airlines, Inc.: „„ nn 

Official travel for Members and staff, Nov. 12, 1971 «»•"" 

Salaries for 6 months noa hr\\ 

Refunds and adjustments — V"- ""- 1 



Total paid from 1972 appropriations 

COMMITTEE ON DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA 



355, 525. 39 



July 27 526 Minority Room: _ ln 0Q 

Miscellaneous printing services, Feb. 1, 1971 lu - uu 

28 664 Xerox Corp.: . qR 17 

Meter usage and 1 Auditron device, May 1971... -- 33 - « 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service— ., ln 

Dec. 20 4497 Feb. 28-June 30, 1971 — "■$" 

4498 Jan. 3,1971... - — - ---- x - au 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 12 °- 12 

July 22 470 Wil %™ y C _ |e C «- ga| serv ices pursuant to H. Res. 28, 92d Cong.Jiily 20, 1971 15,000.00 

Aug. 26 1376 Fred M. Vmson oV Jr.:^ ^.^ ^^ ^ R . ^ ^ ^ .^ J(j|y ^ ^ 15000 nn 

Oct. 22 2816 Xerox Corp.: ,., ,r 

Meter usage, June 1 97 1 iql - 43 

Dec. 20 4499 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: _ ln 

Official telephone service, July 31, 1971 01434 

Salaries for 6 months i'ccc" cs 

Refunds and adjustments _____ 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations . 75, 724. 57 

COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR 

Xerox Corp.: 7 c nn 

Sept. 28 2167 Equipment rental, July 1970 '£•"" 

Nov 17 3490 Reimbursement for rental deduction, May 15, 1970 3a -" 



Total paid from 1970 appropriations. 



113.25 



288 
DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR— Continued 
1971 
July 2 56 Mario Biaggi, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New 
York City, May 20-22, 1971 $60. 00 

57 James B. Harrison: 

Reimbursement for official local travel expenses, round trip, June 4-18, 1971.. 10.00 

58 Violet R. Voce: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Honolulu , 

Hawaii, May 27-June 1, 1971. 693.97 

6 87 Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.: 

Subscription to Labor Relations Reporter, June 1971-72 215. 00 

Xerox Corp.: 

8 116 Meter usage, May 1971. 228.11 

117 Do 446.75 

9 162 John Brademas, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Chicago, 
III., June 12-14, 1971 281.85 

163 Orval Hansen, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Chicago, 

III., June 13-14, 1971 191.50 

John F. Jennings: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to— 

164 Boston, Mass., June 3-4, 1971 146.00 

165 New York City, May 20-21, 1971 138.50 

Alexandra J. Kisla: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to— 

166 Boston, Mass., June 3-4, 1971 146.00 

167 New York City, May 20-21, 1971 158.40 

168 Roman C. Pucinski, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for officia travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Boston, 

Mass., June 3-4, 1971 157.00 

Charles W. Radcliffe: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to— 

169 Atlanta and Albany, Ga., June 10-11, 1971 229.00 

170 Boston, Mass., June 3-4, 1971. 171.40 

13 202 Shirley Chisholm.M.C: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, 2 round trips, Washington, D.C., to New 
York City, May 19-20 and June 24-29, 1971 __ 104.00 

203 Jack G. Duncan: 

Reimbursement for official local travel expenses, round trip, May 3-12, 1971 8.00 

204 Augustus F. Hawkins.M.C: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New 
York City, June 24-27, 1971 204.80 

205 David Lloyd-Jones: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Chicago, 
III., June 12-14, 1971 234.35 

206 Mattie L. Maynard: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New 
York City, June 24-27, 1971 202.00 

14 238 Congressional Quarterly Service: 

Subscription, July 1971-72 144.00 

16 336 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, April 1971 277.25 

Western Union: 

Official telegram service, April 1971.. 362.56 

District Delivery Service: 

Newspaper delivery 21.50 

20 388 Louise M. Dargans: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New 

York City, June 24-27, 1971 230.16 

389 Ann Rader: 

Stenographic services rendered, Mar. 12-13, 1971 5.00 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New York 
City: 
401 Austin P. Sullivan, Jr., June 25-26, 1971.. 133.70 

21 413 Herman Badillo, M.C., June 24-27, 1971. 53.76 

414 Martin L. LaVor, June 24-26, 1971 169.90 

Victor V. Veysey, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses— 

415 Los Angeles, Calif.; Hawaii; and Washington, D.C., May 28-June2, 1971 773.84 

416 Washington, D.C., to New York City, and return, June 24-26, 1971 134.00 

428 John F.Jennings: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Atlanta, 
Ga., June 10-11, 1971 - 261.90 

437 American Association of State Colleges and Universities: 

Guide to Federal funds for urban programs at colleges and universities, June 1971... 3.00 

438 Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.: 

1 copy of Developing Labor Law, June 23, 1971 24.85 

439 Congressional Staff Directory: 

1 copy of Congressional Staff Directory, June 29, 1971 9-00 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New York City: 

23 485 Earl F. Landgrebe, M.C., June 24-27, 1971.... 131.00 

27 528 VictorV. Veysey, M.C., May 20-21, 1971 - - 103.00 



289 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date 



No. 



SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES 



1971 
July 27 



28 



Aug. 



528 

549 
550 
558 



588 
589 
590 
591 
592 
593 
626 

627 



668 
669 



673 
674 
930 



971 





986 




987 




997 


11 


1069 


13 


1153 


18 


1224 




1225 




1226 




1227 




1228 




1229 




1237 



26 
Sept. 9 



Oct. 19 

Nov. 3 

10 



24 1271 
1273 



25 1299 



1320 
1321 
1322 
1378 



1744 
1745 



1964 
1965 
2083 



2655 
3141 
3284 



Amount 



17 3442 



COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR— Continued 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting— - R97 nn 

Apr. 9, 1971... *627.00 

Apr. 12. 1971 - - - - J24.65 

May 7, 1971 - 413 - lu 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service— .. „ 

Minority staff. May 1971.. _. _*■ Q 

Select Education Subcommittee, May 1971... ''•« 

General Labor Subcommittee, May 1971 Viva. 

Select Labor Subcommittee, May 1971 - — °{-°° 

General Education Subcommittee, May 1971. oooi 

Agricultural Labor Subcommittee, May 1971 "• 3:) 

Maxine M. Madden: cnc Qri 

Stenographic reporting, May 7-8, 1971. — - - — bUb - 9U 

Government Printing Office: „_ .«„ ? nn 

1 copy of Code of Federal Regulations, Title 29, May 28, 1971 3.uu 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service— ,. nR 

Mayl971 (fcVS 

May 4-27, 1971 - - - d9 ' /1 

Western Union: 

Official telegram service— 10C , n 

April 1971 - "6.30 

May 1971 - -- cil/ - t>s 

Roman C. Pucinski, M.C.: ....,,.._. r> ^ . n »i, ,, 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Atlanta 

and Albany, Ga„ June 10-11, 1971 - - «°- uu 

Xerox Corp.: „ Q 99 

Meter usage, March 1971 taa.u. 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service— , Q , n 

Apr. 6-June 20, 1971 - - *f tf 

May 1971 263 - 54 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: Qln nn 

Stenographic reporting, May 10, 1971.... - - 81U - UU 

Affiliated Court Reporters: . Q7 R , 

Stenographic reporting, May 24, 1971. _ <ra/.oa 

International City Management Association: 

1 copy of 1971 Municipal Year Book, May 1971 l >-™ 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1971— q . « 

Full committee - - — 1 5 , S 

General Labor Subcommittee - - - ai'sr 

Special Education Subcommittee --- ?i '?? 

Agricultural Labor Subcommittee... .*£■ |? 

General Education Subcommittee {a!" « 

Select Education Subcommittee - - ld4, /D 

Xerox Corp.: ,-,-, »* 

Meter usage, May-June 1971 - - - - - ui.w 

Minority Room: , K7 

Miscellaneous printing services, May 21, 1971 - 1 - D/ 

Louisville Courier-Journal: „ ., 

1-year subscription, May 1971-72 - D8 - bD 

Jack G. Duncan: 9 nn 

Local transportation expenses incurred on official business, June 8, 1971 <-. uu 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 30,1971 — 7 _ fi , 

Select Labor Subcommittee - -- '-Si: 

Minority staff ---- g-{K 

Do. - 52 - 80 

James H. Scheuer, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New York 

City, June 25-26, 1971 5A0U 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: ,„,- nn 

Stenographic reporting, June 14, 1971 mxw 

Council on Economic Priorities: ,,. nn 

1-year subscription, June 1971-72 "- uu 

House Postmaster: 

Postage stamps for official committee business— .„ „ 

June 1971 - -- if^ 

Do 52 - 00 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: , c7 nn 

Stenographic reporting, Mar. 20,1971 - - <tt/.uu 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting— . cn1 QC - 

June 25-26, 1971 - - }'«a an 

May 21 and June 4, 1971.... - - l,533.du 

Xerox Corp.: 1R oi 

Reimbursement for disallowed discount, June 1971. 1D -° l 

Roman C. Pucinski, M.C.: ..,.._. „« . >■ 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to New 

York City, May 20-21, 1971 154 - 00 



290 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR— Continued 
1971 
Dec. 1 3923 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, June 1971 $225.60 

Total Daid from 1971 appropriations 17,398.99 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Berkeley, Palo 
Alto, and Los Angeles, Calif., July 8-12, 1971: 

July 16 339 JackG.Duncan 526.25 

340 Christine Marie Orth_ 516.00 

20 378 District Delivery Service: 

3-month subscription to New York Times, July 1, 1971 _ _ 29.75 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to San Francisco 
and Los Angeles, Calif., July 8-12, 1971: 

23 483 Robert C. Andringa 517.50 

484 John Brademas, M.C 524.80 

486 Martin L. LaVor (July 8-11, 1971).... 499.40 

27 527 Alphonzo Bell, M.C 388.00 

Aug. 3 865 Orval Hansen, M.C: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Los 

Angeles, Calif., July 8-12, 1971 520.10 

5 929 Christine Orth: 

6 TDK cassettes for official committee business, July 10, 1971 27.79 

24 1268 Dan W. Benedict: 

2 copies of Memorandum Opinion and Order, USA vs. Texas Education Agency, et al., 

July 27, 1971 12.00 

Commerce Clearing House, Inc.: 

1269 Partial payment for 1-year subscription to Employment Safety & Health Guide, July 

1971-72 100.00 

1270 Do 50.00* 

1272 Minority Room: 

Miscellaneous printing services, July 1, 1971 2.02 

25 1300 JackG.Duncan: 

Reimbursement for official local travel expenses, round trip. July 7-23, 1971 6.00 

1301 Wall Street Journal: 

1-year subscription, August 1971-72 35.00 

26 1377 James H. Scheuer, M.C: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to San 

Francisco and Los Angeles, Calif., July 8-11, 1971 472.00 

Sept. 1 1639 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, July 1971 345.05 

9 1746 Swingline, Inc.: 

1 No. 13 follow block, Aug. 24, 1971 .58 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service — 

1784 Special Education Subcommittee, July 1971 4.80 

1785 Select Education Subcommittee, July 1971 85.75 

1786 Agricultural Labor Subcommittee, July 1971 107.35 

1799 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, July 5-30, 1971 _ 204.84 

David Lloyd-Jones: 

20 1945 Taxi fares for official subcommittee business, Aug. 12, 1971 2.00 

1946 Reimbursement for purchase of tape recorder batteries for official business, Aug. 12, 

1971 8.64 

1966 House Postmaster: 

Postage stamps for official committee business, July 1971.. _ 59.90 

21 1983 Dennis J. Taylor: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to New 
York City, Sept. 16-17, 1971 _ 148. 10 

22 2023 Ward & Paul, Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting, September 1971 490. 20 

30 2231 District Delivery Service: 

Newspaper deliveries, October-December 1971 _ 21.50 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service- 
Full committee, July 1971 127.68 

2233 General Labor Subcommittee, July 1971 65.73 

2234 Select Labor Subcommittee, July 1971 _ 141.16 

2235 Minority staff, July 1971 _ 58.81 

Oct. 1 2366 Jim Harrison: 

Reimbursement for official local travel expenses, round trip, Aug. 16-Sept 8, 1971 12. 50 

7 2467 Alexandra J. Kisla: 

Reimbursement for official local travel expenses, round trip, Oct. 22,1971 2.50 

8 2522 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co: 

Official telephone service, July 1971 124.64 

2525 District Delivery Service: 

Payment for 3-month delivery of New York Times, October-December 1971 21. 50 

2530 Xerox Corp.: 

Rental of 400 Telecopier, Aug. 16-Sept. 30, 1971 66.90 

18 2586 McGraw Hill, Inc.: 

1 copy of Keystone Industry Manual, September 1971 60.48 

19 2615 John F. Jennings: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to New 
York City, Sept. 16-17, 1971 165.00 



291 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



0ate No . SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 



COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR— Continued 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

1971 Official telephone service, August 1971— , 

Oct 22 2798 General Labor Subcommittee.. - - - * i c qq 

2800 Special Labor Subcommittee - - incon 

2801 Agricultural Labor Subcommittee _ - iua.su 

2812 Xerox Corp.: ,.,. fi . 

Meter usage, September 1971 - - 1*0.00 

2833 Academe Executive Services: ... nn 

Reimbursement for transcription of tapes, September 1971... -- ist.uu 

2834 Office Supply Service: ,- ., 

Miscellaneous stationery items, July 1971 DD - 13 

iNov. 1 3076 Peter A. Peyser, M.C.: ■»»•♦« 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to 

New York City, Sept. 16-17,1971.. — - w - uu 

4 3169 Jack G. Duncan: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to 

Chicago, III., Nov. 1-2, 1971 ul -™ 

3170 Christine M. Orth: .,,..■■. r> n *„ 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to 

Chicago, III, Nov. 1-2,1971 ^ 6 - bu 

10 3247 Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: ,, 7 7I - 

Stenographic reporting, July 20, 1971 ---- iLI • n 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service— 7 , n 

3261 Special Education Subcommittee, August 1971. _ «•■»} 

3262 Select Education Subcommittee, August 1971 **• "' 

3263 Select Labor Subcommittee, August 1971 iso. ics 

3285 Xerox Corp.: 17R 7 , 

Meter usage, Sept. 16,1971... - -- - -- l/b - /i 

3305 National Journal: 1Kn nn 

1-year subscription, Oct. 6,1971-72 - -- 150 - 00 

12 3352 Dennis J. Taylor: ... _ 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.O., to 
Boston, Mass., Oct. 21-22,1971.. - - 191 -^> 

16 3357 Robert E.Vagley: . 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.U, to 
Los Angeles, Calif., Oct. 28-30, 1971 493.00 

3391 District Delivery Service: _. ,- 

Subscription to New York Times, October-December 1971 - <^.ou 

3392 New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations: 

2 copies of Nelkin— On the Season, Sept. 27, 1971 *■ « 

17 3433 Alphonzo Bell.M.C: „, .. . _ . . 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to 
Los Angeles, Calif., Oct. 28-31,1971 - ---- 388 - 0u 

3434 John Brademas, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for officia Itravel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to 
Chicago, III., Nov. 1-2, 1971 - ---- 210 - 90 

3435 Adrienne Fields: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.O., to 
Los Angeles, Calif., Oct. 28-30, 1971 - - 498 - 40 

3436 Thomas J. Gerger: ,., u - _. r, o .„ 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.U, to 
Boston, Mass., Oct. 21-22, 1971 191 - 00 

3437 Orval Hansen, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to 
Chicago, III., Nov. 1-2 1971 — 202 - 00 

3438 Augustus F. Hawkins, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to 
Los Angeles, Calif., Oct. 28-30, 1971... --- 388 - uu 

3439 John F. Jennings: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to 
Boston, Mass., Oct. 21-22, 1971 - 180 - 0u 

3440 Alexandra J. Kisla: , . , ,., . n ^ .„ 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.O., to 
New York City, Sept. 16-17, 1971 - - ™ 7 - m 

3441 John C. Miller: . , „, . .. . 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to 

Los Angeles, Calif., Oct. 28-31, 1971 _ 500.15 

Roman C. Pucinski, M.C.: , 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to— 

3443 New York City, Sept. 16-17,1971 - - } 4 '-0« 

3444 Boston, Mass., Oct. 21-22, 1971 loS - uu 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage— , 7C „,- 

3488 Select Education Subcommittee, September 1971.... ,nn'nn 

3489 General Education Subcommittee, September 1971... - ,Tk 17 

3491 Full committee, September 1971.. T,, 70 

3492 Special Education Subcommittee, September 1971 H n n 

3493 Agricultural Labor Subcommittee, October 1971.. — ■ ^ s - uu 



292 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. 



SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES 



Amount 



1971 
Nov. 17 


3507 
3508 
3509 
3510 
3511 


18 


3512 
3513 
3556 


23 


3668 




3669 




3670 



3671 



26 3725 



Dec. 1 



3897 
3898 
3914 



COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR— Continued 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service- 
Special Labor Subcommittee, September 1971 $114.51 

Select Education Subcommittee, September 1971 - 55.01 

General Education Subcommittee, July 1971 297.18 

Special Education Subcommittee, September 1971 13. 60 

General Education Subcommittee — 

August 1971 ..-. -.. 84.75 

September 1971 - 113.98 

Agricultural Labor Subcommittee, September 1971 -- 90. 05 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting, Sept. 17, 1971 .. - 433.20 

Lloyd Meeds, M.C.: 

1 day per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from Wash- 
ington, D.C.to Chicago, 111., Nov. 1-2,1971 43.00 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to 

Chicago, III., Nov. 1-2, 1971 --- 132.00 

Martin L. LaVor: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Chi- 
cago, III., Nov.2, 1971 - - -- 178.00 

JohnH. Dent, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to Los 

Angeles, Calif., and Pittsburgh, Pa., Oct. 28-30, 1971 480.00 

Jack G. Duncan: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.C.to New 

York City and Boston, Mass., Nov. 19-22, 1971... 290. 50 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service- 
General Labor Subcommittee, September 1971 66. 98 

Full committee, September 1971 104.37 

National Journal: 

1-year subscription, January 1972-73 - 200.00 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, Nov. 9, 1971.... 97.00 

William L. Clay, M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C.to Los Ange- 
les, Calif., Oct. 28-31, 1971 501.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service- 
Minority staff, September 1971 52.76 

Full committee, August 1971 74.33 

Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, October 1971 249.12 

Orval Hansen, M.C: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Boston 

and New York City, N.Y., Nov. 19-22,1971 244.27 

Daniel H. Krivit: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to New 

York City, Nov. 16-17,1971 132.00 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.C, to Boston, 
Mass., and New York City, Nov. 19-22, 1971: 

Charles W. Radcliffe 269.20 

Christine M. Orth. 250.00 

Peter A. Peyser, M.C 129.00 

House Postmaster: 

Postage stamps for official business, September 1971 22. 50 

Do 10.00 

Eric Honick: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to New 

York City, Dec. 9-10, 1971 128.30 

Charles W. Radcliffe: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to Portland, 

Oreg., Dec. 5-7,1971 518.00 

Robert E. Vagley: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C, to New 

York City, Dec. 9-10, 1971 133.00 

Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 
Official telephone service- 
General Labor Subcommittee, October 1971 100.62 

Full committee, October 1971 111.91 

Select Education Subcommittee, October 1971 88.80 

General Education Subcommittee, October 1971 65. 12 

Agricultural Labor Subcommittee, October 1971 144. 25 

Special Education Subcommittee, October 1971 8.36 

Select Labor Subcommittee- 
September 1971 178.97 

October 1971 216.77 

Special Labor Subcommittee, October 1971 239.09 

Minority staff, August 1971 12.33 

District Delivery Service: 

Subscription to the New York Times — 

November-December 1971.. 23.00 

January-March 1971 21.50 

Western Union: 

Official telegram service, October 1971 14.09 



3 4065 
8 4107 



10 4205 
4206 
4230 



4246 



4247 



4248 

14 4281 
4326 

4369 
4370 

15 4413 



17 4436 



4437 



20 4500 
4501 
4502 
4503 
4504 
4505 

4506 
4507 
4508 
4509 



4522 
4523 
4551 



293 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR— Continued 
1971 
Dec. 20 4553 Xerox Corp.: 

Supplies for Xerox 400 Telecopier, Oct. 31,1971. - $10.00 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to San 
Francisco and Los Angeles, Calif., Dec. 9-14, 1971: 

4563 Jeunesse M. Beaumont 576.20 

4564 Hugh G. Duffy.. 624.60 

4653 Vance J. Anderson: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New York 

City, Dec. 9-10, 1971 _. 136.90 

4671 District Delivery Service: 

Newspaper delivery, January-March 1971. 21.50 

22 4748 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Minority staff, October 1971.. 7.85 

Do.....! 77.81 

Western Union: 

Official telegram service, minority staff, October 1971 10.37 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, from Washington, D.C., to San 
Francisco and Los Angeles, Calif., Dec. 9-14, 1971: 

28 4835 Alphonzo Bell, M.C - 458.00 

4836 John C. Miller _ - 599.35 

4837 Frank Thompson, Jr., M.C: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to Los 
Angeles, Calif., Dec. 12-15, 1971. 504.00 

4838 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, October 1971 298.27 

Servicing, Nov. 10, 1971... 42.54 

29 4870 Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.: 

1-year subscription, Nov. 26,1971-72... - 176.00 

4871 Hudson Dispatch: 

1-year subscription, Aug. 17, 1971-72 36.00 

4872 Jersey Journal: 

1-year subscription, December 1971-72... 24.00 

4873 Journal of Law and Education: 

Subscription, November 1971-72 20.00 

4924 National Journal: 

1-year subscription, January 1972-73 200.00 

Western Union Telegraph Co.: 
Official telegram service— 

4945 Minority staff, August 1971. 2G1.73 

4946 General Labor Subcommittee, Aug. 31, 1971 4.02 

4947 Full committee, September 1971 34.11 

Salaries for 6 months 409,111.97 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations. 43 3, 389. 08 

COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS 
July 2 59 Caroline Hunter: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Boston, Mass., to Washington, D.C., round 
trip, May 5, 1971 - - — 124.88 

13 207 Jennifer Davis: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New York City, to Washington, D.C., round 
trip, June 16, 1971 76.00 

14 239 Majority Room: 

Miscellaneous printing services, April 1971 4.50 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 
Stenographic reporting— 

15 262 May 25, 1971 178.80 

263 May 19, 1971 - 159.50 

264 May 17, 1971 153.00 

265 May 12,1971 _ - - 93-50 

266 May 11, 1971 - 179.55 

267 June 8, 1971 195.20 

268 May 4-5 and 11-12,1971... - 818.10 

21 440 Thulani Gcabashe: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Atlanta, Ga., to Washington, D.C., round trip, 

June 2, 1971 148.90 

28 628 Argus South African Newspaper Ltd. : 

1-year subscription to airmail edition of The Star, Johnannesburg, South Africa, June 

1971-72 .-.- -- 21.00 

629 Fred Warner Neal: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Ontario, Calif., to Washington, D.C., round trip, 

June 18, 1971 _. - 425.50 

675 Western Union: 

Official telegram service, April 1971.. - 4.11 

Aug. 3 867 William H. Booth: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New York City, to Washington, D.C., and re- 

turn, June 30, 1971... 72.00 

868 ITT World Communications, Inc.: 

Official telegram service, June 3, 1971 7.95 

988 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, May 1971 190.78 



294 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS— Continued 
1971 
Aug. 6 996 Majority Room: 

Miscellaneous printing services, June 1971.. $88. 59 

10 1032 Joel Carlson: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New York City, to Washington, D.C., and re- 
turn, June 16, 1971 76.88 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 
Stenographic reporting— 

18 1205 May 20, 1971 208.80 

1206 June 2-16, 1971 909.90 

1230 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, June 1971 281.61 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 
Stenographic reporting — 

25 1325 June 7, 1971 264.00 

Sept. 1 1608 June 10, 1971 150.45 

1609 June 11,1971 273.90 

1610 June 14, 1971 258.00 

2 1689 Gisbert H. Flanz: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New York City to Washington, D.C., round 

trip, June 10,1971 __ 30.88 

22 2024 Robert R. Bowie: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Boston, Mass., to Washington, D.C., round 

trip, June 18, 1971 124.88 

24 2084 Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting, June 7, 1971 115. 50 

Oct. 7 2448 Gidon Gottlieb: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New York City to Washington, D.C., round 

trip, May 11, 1971 76.88 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 
Stenographic reporting — 

19 2656 June 8, 1971 143.00 

2657 June 30, 1971 167.40 

2658 June 18, 1971 192.00 

2659 June 9, 1971 158.60 

Dec. 1 3930 June 10, 1971 _...-. 145.80 

Refunds and adjustments.. (3,400.00) 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 3,120.34 



July 29 704 Oliver K. Marshall: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Colorado Springs, Colo., to Washington, D.C., 

round trip, July 12, 1971.... 243.20 

Aug. 3 866 Robert W. Bechtel: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New York City, to Washington, D.C., round 

trip, July 15, 1971 76.00 

5 931 Morgan F. Murphy, M.C.: 

1 day per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to New York City, July 23, 1971 40. 00 

10 1028 Willis Armstrong: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Bailey Island, Maine, to Washington, D.C., 

round trip, July 20, 1971. 134.80 

1029 Francis Bator: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Cambridge, Mass., to Washington, D.C., 
round trip, July 20, 1971 112.25 

1030 John J. Brady: 

1 day per diem incurred on travel, from Washington, D.C., to New York City, July 23, 
1971 _ 35.00 

1031 John Franklin Campbell: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New York City, to Washington, D.C., round 
trip, July 13, 1971 76.88 

1033 Maurice J. Goldbloom: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New York City, to Washington, D.C., round 
trip, July 14,1971 76.80 

1034 Gabriel Jackson: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from La Jolla, Calif., to Washington, D.C., round 

trip, July 21, 1971. 427.00 

13 1154 Foreign Affairs: 

1-year subscription to Foreign Affairs Quarterly, August 1971-72... 10. 00 

1155 Economist Subscription Department: 

1-year subscription, October 1971-72 48.00 

17 1174 Douglas G. Chapman: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Seattle, Wash., to Washington, D.C., round 

trip, July 26, 1971 _. 344.28 

1175 Scott McVay: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Princeton, N.J., to Washington, D.C., round 

trip, July 26, 1971 50.00 

24 1274 Jerome Fried: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Blacksburg, Va., to Washington, D.C., round 

trip, July 27, 1971 _. _. 81.68 

1275 Norman D. Palmer: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Devon, Pa., to Washington, D.C., round trip, 
July 27, 1971.. _ 43.10 



295 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No . SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS— Continued 
1971 
Aug. 25 1302 Fo^f." ye ^^ cription t0 Fore|gn Affairs Quarterly, July 1971-72 $10.00 

1303 Mar ^™l£ a V™^sesand wjtness fees, from Downsview, Canada, to Washington, D.C., 



round trip, July 14,1971. 

Perlmutter: 

ravel expenses and witnf 

round trip, July 14, 1971. 



1304 A" 10 ^^," 1 ^-^ and witness fees> from Cambridge, Mass., to Washington, D.C., 



1305 Geor f ra L ; e f ™ a ^ n3SS and witness fees, from New York City, to Washington, D.C., round 

trip, July 25,1971 

1306 phlll ! r ^J e a | lb e ° x t | j enses and wjtness fees, from New York City, to Washington, D.C., round 

trip, July 20, 1971 - 

30 1403 willia T ^ av P g, B e u x n p d e y n : ses and wjtness fees, from Boston, Mass., to Washington, D.C., round 

trip, July 20, 1971 — - 

1404 Howard JJtajgJ^ and wjtness fees> from Bar Harbor , M aine, to Washington, D.C., 
round trip, July 22, 1971 

31 1443 JamnKntaad^^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ Sou{h g^ ^ {o Wasnlngtoni D c round 

trip, July 28, 1971 

1444 ""^aXxpSses and wjtness fees> , rom Honolulu, Hawaii, to Washington, D.C., round 

trip, Aug. 4, 1971 

1445 Mark T P a e ^ m e a x n p : enses and witness , e e Si f rom Pittsburgh, Pa., to Washington, D.C. , round 

trip, Aug. 4, 1971. - 

1446 A^'P^^^J-.jes and witness fee s, from Cleveland, Ohio, to Washington, D.C, round 



127. 00 

127. 00 

62.00 

76.88 

96.00 

157.00 

148.75 

467. 02 

73.52 

104.00 
Travel expenses and witness fees, round trip, from Washington, D.C. 

Sept 2 1690 Hendrik Houthakker, North Pomfret Vt. July 22, 1971 -- ^i.uu 

V ' 1691 George Rentz, Palo Alto, Calif July 15 1971 «'•« 

1692 loseph L. Ryjn, Cambridge, Mass., July 28 1971 - |"»-« 

i693 Nadav Safrai, Harrisville, N.H., Aug. 3, 1971 nili 

14 1867 John Bryant, New York City, Aug. 4 1971 - — - '£.os 

16 1922 John Nicolopoulos, New York City, July 14, 1971 — /D - 00 

22 2025 ITT World Communications Inc.: .. „. 

Official cable service, July 5, 1971 — 

2026 Gar y T G r a PPf r e t xpenses and witness {eeS| from Chicago, III., to Washington, D.C, round trip, 

July 27, 1971 

Aldsrson Reporting Co., Inc.: 
Stenographic reporting— 
24 2085 July 13-15,1971 - - ---- 

2086 July 27-28, Aug. 3, 1971 - - - 

2087 July 22, 1971 - - -- 

2088 July 15,1971 — 

2089 July 27, 1971 -- --- 

2090 Aug. 3,1971 - 

2091 July 27, Aug. 4,1971.. — - - 

2092 July 9, 1971 — " 

2093 July 14-19, 1971.... - - - 

2094 Aug. 3,1971 - - - - 

2095 July 30, 1971 - - - 

2096 Aug. 3,1971 - " 

2097 July 12,1971.. - - --- - 

2108 Helen Vlajjhos:^^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ p.^ ^ Washingtoni DX ., round 

trip, Sept. 9, 1971 - - 

27 2134 Majority Room: 

Miscellaneous printing services, July 26, 1971 - 

30 2206 Marian d A ys C p ^ , d e ^ : incurredontrave ,, rom Washington, D.C, to Panama City, Panama, 

and return, Sept. 15-19,1971 - --- 

2236 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. : 

Official telephone service, July 1971 - 

Oct. 7 2445 Rich f r d J e 00 e P x e p r ensesandw|tnessfeeSifrorn New Haven,Conn.,to Washington, D.C, round 

trip, Sept. 16,1971 -- - - - 

2447 Richar r d v G e ard x n p e e r nses and wjtness fees> , rom New York City to Washington, D.C, round 

trip, Sept. 16,1971 - 

2449 Lub0 T s r V ve ^ e e )|[ penses and wjtness fees _ from Roch ester, N.Y., to Washington, D.C, round 

trip, Sept. 21,1971 - 

2468 R ^^ 80 ^^ and misC eiianeous expenses, incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C, to Chicago, III., Sept. 18-19,1971 



122.00 



453. 60 


604. 80 


383.40 


137.70 


162. 45 


178. 20 


380. 25 


204. 00 


460. 05 


169. 60 


120.00 


75.60 


612.90 


58.50 


28.78 


200. 00 


359. 08 


92.96 


77.12 


84.00 


73.50 



296 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS— Continued 
1971 
Oct. 7 2469 Paul Findley M.C.: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, from Ottawa, Ontario, to Washington, D.C., 
Sept. 27,1971 $68.04 

18 2587 Ancorp National Services, Inc.: 

2 subscriptions to New York Times, January-November and September-November 1971. 128.25 
2588 Aleksei Levin: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New York City to Washington, D.C., Sept. 21, 

1971 40.00 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 
Stenographic renorting — 

19 2660 July 19,1971 199.80 

2661 July 12, 1971 167.40 

2662 July 20, 1971. __ __ _ 258.00 

2663 July 20-22, 1971. 515.70 

2664 July 29, 1971__ 192.00 

2665 July 7, 1971 _ 118.25 

2666 July 21, 1971 _ _ 216.00 

2667 July 12,1971 78.30 

2668 July 27, 1971 _ 201.45 

2669 July 1, l97i 189.75 

28 2903 Clifford P. Hackett: 

Reimbursement for official travel expenses, round trip, Washington, D.C., to New York, 

N.Y. Oct. 8-9,1971 101.08 

Nov. 16 3393 Malcolm H. Kerr: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Los Angeles, Calif., to Washington, D.C., and 
return, Sept. 30, 1971 _ 352.00 

17 3476 Michael H. Van Dusen: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Boston, Mass., Oct. 29-31, 1971 _ 119.50 

3514 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, August 1971 227.84 

3522 Eastern Airlines Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, July 23, 1971 156.00 

3527 Majority Room: 

Miscellaneous printing services, Sept. 1-14, 1971_ 59. 50 

18 3557 Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting, July 28, 1971 231.80 

19 3630 Richard Pipes: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Boston, Mass., to Washington, D.C., and re- 
turn, Oct. 20, 1971.. 104.00 

3631 Savile Book Shop: 

Book entitled "Agrarian Problems and Peasant Movements in Latin America," 

Oct. 16, 1971. _ 2.95 

30 3757 Vernon V. Aspaturian: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from University Park, Pa., to Washington, D.C., 
and return, Oct. 21, 1971 63.44 

3758 Shlomo Avineri: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Hartford, Conn., to Washington, D.C., and 
and return, Oct. 28, 1971 102.32 

3759 Roman Kolkowicz: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Los Angeles, Calif., to Washington, D.C., 
and return, Oct. 21, 1971 341.50 

3760 David S. Landes: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Boston, Mass., to Washington, D.C., and 

return, Nov. 2, 1971. .__ 113.50 

Dec. 1 3899 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, September 1971. 437.29 

3910 Eastern Airlines: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Sept. 18-19, 1971 102.00 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 
Stenographic reporting — 

3930A Sept. 16, 1971 104.50 

3931 Sept. 23, 1971. 181.05 

3932 Sept. 9-15, 1971 .- 345.60 

3933 Sept. 16,1971. 359.10 

3934 Sept. 21, 1971 262.65 

3935 Sept. 9-13, 1971 285.60 

3936 Sept. 9, 1971 148.50 

3937 Sept.30-Oct. 5, 1971 394.20 

3962 Sept. 21, 1971 194.30 

3974 Robert B. Boettcher: 

7 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to New York, N.Y. Nov. 11-17, 1971 256.00 

3978 Michael H. Van Dusen: 

4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Denver, Colo., Nov. 10-13,1971... 153.50 

3986 John C. Campbell: 

Travel expenses and witness fee, from New York, N.Y., to Washington, D.C., round 
trip, Nov.3, 1971 76.00 

3987 New York Times Library Services & Information Div. : 

1-year subscription to semi-monthly index, January-December 1972. 87.50 



297 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No . SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN AFFAIRS— Continued 

1971 
Dec. 8 4136 Lincoln BloomfieW^ ^ ^^ from ^^ m ^ ^ Washingt0lli D . C ., round 

trip, Oct. 14, 1971 - 596.00 

413 af Travel°expenses and witness fee, from Birmingham, Ala., to Washington, D.C., round 

trip, Nov. 9, 1971 - 13u - 00 

4138 Hans T Mor^enthau: es ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Cjty> ^ Wasnjngtoni D . C ., round 

trip, Nov. 10, 1971 --- 76 - 00 

4139 Hu 2 h T P a ^j c ex - pensesandwJtnessteepfromNewHaven conn., to Washington, D.C, round 

trip, Nov. 4, 1971 - - - 9Z - 96 

4140 Edwl ^ r JgfJpen ses an d witness fee, from Boston, Mass., to Washington, D.C, round 

trip, Nov. 8, 1971 - - - n3 - 50 

4141 Robert ^ SMJJPJIIj: an(J wjtness fee _ {rom Berkeleyp Ca |if., to Washington, D.C, round 

trip, Nov. 8, 1971 - 348 - 70 

4147 Euge ^ r e avele x S g^ sesandwitnessfeei from New Haven, Conn., to Washington, D.C, round 

trip, Nov. 3, 1971 90 - 00 

10 4219 Majority Room: 1£fl , n 

Miscellaneous printing services, October 1971 - itsu.su 

4225 Wall Street Journal: „,,„,,,- n nn 

1-year subscription, Dec. 21, 1971-72 •"• 00 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting— , 7 . 

H 4377 Oct. 20-26, 1971 |74. 85 

4378 Oct. 19-21, 1971 - — - 3 "-60 

4379 Oct.21.1971 ... 159.50 

4380 Oct. 13-14,1971 - 446.40 

4381 Oct. 18-19, 1971 - - Z41 - 80 

17 44 DouE T f ave - , expenses and witness fee, from Richmond, Va., to Washington, D.C, round 

trip, Dec. 6, 1971— — - - 45 - 44 

20 4510 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, October 1971 - 4/b - M 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting— .. 

4625 Nov. 3, 1971 - - - j* 9 -" 

4626 Nov. 4, 1971.. — - - — J™-" 

4627 Oct. 28, 1971 - — - 104 -=5 

4628 Nov. 4, 1971 - .$•« 

4629 Oct. 12, 1971 "£ 2b 

4630 Nov. 2-3, 1971 - - f Z -\° 

4631 Sept. 27, 1971 - — I? 4 - 4 ° 

4632 Nov. 12,1971 - ili -™ 

T^aveTexpenses and witness fees, from New York City, to Washington, D.C, round 

trip, Nov. 2, 1971_. 74 - °° 

° S Travel expenses and witness fee, from Manhattan, Kans., to Washington, D.C, round 

trip, Oct. 5, 1971.... - 234 - 0Z 

3r Travel expenses and witness fee, from New York City, to Washington, D.C, round 

trip, Nov. 12, 1971 -- 7b - 0U 

^TraveTejJenses and witness fee, from Boston, Mass., to Washington, D.C, round 

trip, Nov. 4, 1971. — — - 107 - 10 

Alderson Reporting Co., Inc.: 

Stenographic reporting— 1Q . .„ 

28 4773 Oct. 28,1971_.. - - — - J 94 - 4 " 

4774 Nov. 2-8, 1971 - - bU8 - b:) 

° "Travel expenses and witness fee, from New York City, to Washington, D.C, round 

trip, Nov. 3, 1971— - — - — - 76 - 88 

4907 Eastern Airlines: .„, lc . nn 

Official travel for Membersand staff, October 1971- - /b - uu 

4930 Majority Clerk: ,„ ,„,, ,c 9 c 

Miscellaneous printing services, Oct. 26-Nov. 18, 1971 - «•" 

4948 Western Union: ,, fi7 

Official telegram service, September-October 1971 - — on?' a? 

Salaries for 6 months - - - Je nnn run 

Refunds and adjustments. l b ' uuu - uu ^ 

Total paid from 1972 appropriations — - - 195, 275. 66 



298 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS 

1971 Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Co.: 

July 2 28 U.S. Supreme Court Digest replacement volumes 5, 6, and 6A, June 11, 1971 $45.00 

29 1971 Supplements, U.S. Lawyers Edition, Index to Annotations, and American Law 

Reports, 2d Later Case Service, June 4, 1971 24.50 

6 100 Majority Room: 

Miscellaneous printing services, May 31, 1971 3.00 

13 208 JeremiahS. Buckley: 

Expenses incurred in connection with official subcommittee business, Apr. 16-June 29, 

1971 12.28 

Charles A. Intriago: 

6-f days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to— 

209 Dallas, Tex.; Albuquerque, N. Mex.; Chicago I II.; and lndianapolis,lnd.,June21- 

26,1971 _.__ 288.31 

210 Montgomery, Ala., June 29-30, 1971 _ 38.45 

District Reporting Co.: 

Stenographic reporting— 
15 293 Apr. 6, 1971 150.75 

294 Do... 24.75 

295 Apr. 21-22, 1971 335.25 

296 Apr. 28,1971.... 144.00 

297 May 3-4, 1971. _ 380.25 

298 May 20, 1971 _. 275.00 

299 May24, 1971. 168.75 

300 May 3-26, 1971 888.75 

21 417 James R. Naughton: 

Expenses incurred in connection with official subcommittee business, Feb. 23-May 17, 
1971. _ 37.93 

27 594 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, May 1971 194. 55 

605 Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Co.: 

1971 Supplement to American Jurisprudence 1st and 2d, June 18, 1971 60.00 

609 Library of Congress: 

For terminal installed, May 31, 1971 314.00' 

619 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, June 1971 188.97 

28 662 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, May 1971 38.80 

676 Western Union: 

Official telegram service, May 1971 4.65 

Aug. 5 932 Julius Epstein: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from San Francisco, Calif., to Washington, D.C., 

round trip, June 28, 1971 _ 353.00 

6 977 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, June 1971 45.25 

9 1010 Eastern Air Lines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 1971.. _ 114.00' 

District Reporting Company: 
Stenographic reporting — 

11 1085 June 3-14,1971 1,037.25 

1086 June 15,1971.... 243.00 

17 1184 Erskine Stewart: 

Transportation expenses in and around the Washington, D.C., area and photographic 

and stationery supplies, May 26-June 25, 1971 17.36 

District Reporting Co.: 

Stenographic reporting— _ 

25 1333 June 23-30, 1971 --- 1,932.75 

1334 June 29, 1971 — - 238.50 

1335 July 1, 1971 - --- 231.75 

Sept. 1 1626 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, May 13-July 12,1971 - 391.99 

1660 Trans World Airlines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, June 1971 289. CO 

20 1947 Martha M. Doty: 

Reimbursement for stamps purchased for official subcommittee business June 1971.. 14.26 

22 2031 United Air Lines, Inc.: ,,-„„, 

Official travel for Members and staff, May 4,1971 - 158.00 

2042 Joseph W. Bishop, Jr.: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from New Haven, Conn., to Washington, D.C., round 
trip, June 23-24, 1971 - - _ H2.72 

Total paid from 1971 appropriations 8,796^77 

District Delivery Service: 

July 20 379 Subscription renewal to New York Times, daily only, July-September 1971 ^J.bu 

380 Do.. 21.50 

New York Times: 

1-year subscriptions— ,. .. 

21 442 Aug. 3, 1971-72, and Apr. 10,1972-73 76.00 

443 July 30, 1971-72 — - - 75 - 00 ' 



299 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 



Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS— Continued 
1971 
July 27 529 Charles A. Intnago: 

3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Wheaton, Md., to Tallahassee, Fla., July 5-8, 1971. _._ $119.66 

606 Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Co.: 

1971 Supplements to U.S. Supreme Court Digest, July 9, 1971.. 25.00 

Aug 13 1160 Federal Publications, Inc.: 

Yearbook of Procurement Articles, vol. 7, July 16, 1971 56.00 

17 1185 Erskine Stewart: 

Official expenses incurred in connection with subcommittee business, July 7-13, 1971. 6. 57 

1186 Allan C. Hubanks: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Tallahassee, Fla., to Washington, D.C., round 
trip, July 20-21, 1971 150.72 

18 1234 Eastern Airlines, Inc: 

Official tra»el for Members and staff, July 1971 138.00 

24 1276 Norman G. Cornish: 

Reimbursement for certified copies of articles of incorporation of 3 New York foreign 
exchange dealers under subcommittee investigation in connection with black 
market currency manipulation in Southeast Asia, July 30, 1971. __ 36. 50 

24 1277 Library of Congress: 

For ATS usage, June 1971 296. 0G 

25 1307 Johathan N. Boyce: 

Travel expenses and witness fees, from Portland, Oreg., to Washington, D.C., round 

trip, Aug. 3-4, 1971 367.30 

31 1447 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, July 1971 1, 365.27 

1475 Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Co.: 

1 copy of American Jurisprudence 2d, vol. 57, July 16, 1971 15.50 

Sept. 20 194S Martha M. Doty: . 

Reimbursement for stamps purchased for official subcommittee business, July- 
August 1971 - .- -- 2.64 

21 1987 Richard L Still: 

4 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to Baton Rouge and New Orleans, La., Aug. 23-27, 1971 161.00 

22 2027 Equity Publishing Corp.: 

Virgin Islands Current Cases, Service vol. 8, unit 1, Aug. 19, 1971 22.50 

2028 GSA: 

FTS after hour service, August 1971 30.00 

2029 House Recording Studios: 

Re-recording and duplicating of tapes, July 1971 12.00 

2030 Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Co.: 

Renewal order for Continuations to Lawyers Co-operative Publications for fiscal year 

1972, Aug. 20,1971 676.20 

District Reporting Co.: 

Stenographic reporting— 

24 2071 Aug. 2-5,1971 - 583.20 

2072 Aug. 4, 1971 - HO. 80 

27 2121 District Delivery Service: 

SuDscription renewal for New York Times, October-December 1971... 21.50 

2123 Eastern Airlines, Inc.: 

Orficial travel for Members and staff, September 1971 141.05 

Library of Congress: 

For terminal installed — 

2130 July 31,1971 — — 302.00 

2131 Aug. 31,1971 - - -- 302.00 

2142 Office Supply Service: 

Miscellaneous stationery items, August 1971 88. L°, 

28 2165 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, July 1971 63.84 

2178 Delta Air Lines, Inc.: 

Official travel for Members and staff, Aug. 23, 1971 169. 00 

2179 Xerox Corp.: 

Meter usage, August 1971... 3b. 8U 

30 2207 Charles A. Intriago: 

3+days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Wheaton, Md., to Washington, D.C.; Columbus, Ohio; and Minneapolis, Minn., 

Sept. 14-17, 1971.. _ .— 126.70 

2237 Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co.: 

Official telephone service, July 1971 - - 615.37 

Oct. 7 2450 Dictaphone: 

2 chin band tubes for Dictaphone transcribing machines, Sept. 10, 1971 I. io 

Jeremiah S. Buckley: 

2470 3 days per diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to Detroit, Mich., Sept. 20-22, 1971 134.00 

2471 Reimbursement for official local travel expenses, July-September 1971 10.50 

2472 Charles A. Intriago: 

2<± days p=r diem and miscellaneous expensss incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C.to Little Rock, Ark., Sept. 20-22, 1971 85.25 

2481 Delphis C. Goldberg: 

4 days par diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 
Washington, D.C., to San Juan, P.R., Sept. 12-15, 1971... 154. 75 

2482 James L. Gyory: j . „ „, ,„_, 

Reimbursement for official local travel expenses, round trip, Aug. 9-31, 1971 2b. oU 

71-124 — 72 20 



300 

DETAILED STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS FROM CONTINGENT FUND 

Date No. SPECIAL AND SELECT COMMITTEES Amount 

COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS— Continued 
1971 
Oct. 18 2589 GSA: 

FTS after hour service, September 1971.. $30.00 

2590 Charles A. Intriago: 

Reimbursement for duplicating fees, Sept. 16, 1971 3. 20 

19 2616 Jacob N. Wasserman: 

y 2 day psr diem and miscellaneous expenses incurred on travel, round trip, from 

Washington, D.C., to New York City, Oct. 4, 1971 49. 50 

District Reporting Co.: 

Stenographic reporting— 

2723 July 9-12. 1971. 531.00 

2724 July 7, 1971.. 155.25 

2725 July 8, 1971.. _ 110.25 

2726 July 29, 1971.., 356.40 

2728 July 20-29, 1971. 1,626.75 

2729 July 13-22, 1971 1,620.00 

2730 Aug.3, 1971 519.75 

2731 July 30, 1971. 198.00 

22 2795 District Delivery Service: 

Subscription renewal to New York Times, October-December 1971 21. 50 

2808 Wall Street Journal: 

1-year subscription to Wall Street Journal, Oct. 27, 1971-72 35.00 

Nov. 1 3077 Jacob N. Wasserman: 

Reimbursement for official local travel expenses, round trip, Aug. 17-Sept. 28, 1971.. 18. 10 

8 3204 Martha M. Doty: 

Reimbursement for stamps purchased in connection with offic